Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/01734
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 29, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:01734
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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$ .,Strong objection to more animals .William H. Hall, Sr. for special use Zoning Director L.M. Gaines sub
.to an already lltlal allowing: gasoline tanks on the same mitted his monthly report showing a
area on Crystal Lake brought defeat location. The second petition hearingwill total of $731.224 in building permit'
Tuesday night to a petition filed by be heard only if the first petition sewed Including five single! ) family
,Bradford County Zoning Board chairman 19 denied.An dwelling, 1180,20016; mobile home,
Jerome Johns for reclassificatlon Initial review was made of a plat $98,000; Salvation Army Camp,
'1 I of five acres just west of his home for Pinesong subdivision on Wilson $299,830; two commercial. $34.... ;
1 from RIA (residential) to OR (open Boated by James A. Griffin. ,and miscellaneous, $117,830.
1 rnral) The subdivision with streets already
jta his preliminary remark, Johns paved according to county specifications The next meeting was let for Dec
v ti aid he had "no desire to downgrade consist of 24 loll of from three- 20 since the regular meeting date fall
:'1 R i the area," but wished to keep a pony fourth acre up to 1.2 acres. on Christmas day.
ort the lot for the use of his grandson.
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lie Boone of Crystal ,Lake .
.j presented a petition with 57 names opposing Up Tuesday in Lawtey
the j proposed>> change. Boone : ; !
4 Id homeowner in this residential
neighborhood already have enough I,
\problems with flies from "the nearby0np Three offices are up for grabs Tues- and so rather than run against Bennett ,.
and chicken farm in the area, day/Dec. 4, In the city election at she chose Scott. \ .,
-a d that more animal would only Lawtey with the race between Police Chief Jordan says Scott opposes
;create more problem Chief M.M. Jordan and former CETA "
,Mn. Virginia Chappell, a near policeman? Dave Huber heading the him.Mayor Scott says the differences '
;::;Almost $ jMfighbor of Johns, said she too had lilt. between he and Jordan arose when I.
., 4 ,children: interested In animals, but.bad Mayor-Commissioner Robert Scott the chief wanted the council to place
". '. 'J. refrained from keeping horse or the only black in city government anathe former CETA patrolman Charles. -.' ..
As Good cow* on her property' because she dean of the city commission is ep- Carter the city payroll. Scott,acid
-. :knew they would become a nuisance posed( by Mrs. Barbara Jordan, a tan council had been over the budgetto
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.:: 4 s trf other residents. "H you ask for a former council member and the wife cut out any fat and that he asked
; i change to keep hones and cow. I of Chief Jordan. Scott has served 14 Jordan where he could find to cut the
:;As Snow! .may be up here asking for a change yean on the council, longest of any
also. she told Johns. member. Mrs. Jordan served eight /dee page I )

,Other In the large group, which yean before being defeated four
Crisper weather Is making its # .almost filled the hearing room, speak- yean ago by Buster Bennett. -.

presence felt and the Inevitabletide ring in opposition to the petition. were Councilman Marvin Rosier is being \vfJjr, 30 uw vCrtcrTHURSDAY. :
of leaves are making their Wayne Hall, who said hisnon'rides
,horses:but does not keep them on the Leslie Phillip\ Rosier
park in almost everybody' yard. coming
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and ,Mrs. .BUlie Cannon,
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as demonstrated Ly'' ion If Ryan. Chad arid Stacey Reddish 'i Following the discussion, zoning unopposed and slated for new
IN the accompanying photos. 1 member Art Schulz moved to deny terms. Bennett Is slated for his third j
the petition "in view of the large term and Mrs. Shuford her fourth !
'. Chad and Stacey dutifully rake l,1y tti number of persons opposed to It".The term. ,
the leaves up. much to their motion was approved by five Polls will be open from 7 a.m.until J >I

younger brother, Ryan's members with Johns abstaining due p,m. Tuesday.
delight. to "conflict of interest." Chief Jordan Is the town's senior
Due to a tie vote, the petition of public official. He has been the chief
Now thl.la'what call fun.
you James D. Bennett for change In coning law enforcement officer In Lawtey for
Who cares if all* the work, f on onf .hallacre from RlA to RlC the past 18 years, going back to when

: Is destroyed In funmaklng? ow to permit placement of mobile home It was a one-man department. Jordan .NOV. nDlitrlctTltlol ;,
Ryan explore the many potllba. k I in a residential area, will be sent to also served In the dual capacity of fire !

: cities for play Inherent |In the the County Comnmission without chief for years; he started the c..,.....A4......, .
recommendation. Bennett who made Volunteer Fire
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perennial pile of leaves ,' the request in order to move his aged and built the first fire house. ttMAJM.School j

(bottom photos) and shows that parents onto the property,will appear The recent police controversy pro- t.."' 00k.iSIDAY.04 I
there are more ways to r before the Commission at its Dec 3 bably will play as big a role in Tues !

fake leaves than using Justa meeting fora final decision. The pro'perty day's vote as anything else. Chief SATURDAY, 1 1JmYHIDIC.J
& located 8 miles south of Jordan and Mayor Scott have had :
oT rake. The cool
plain Starke off old SR-loo. \ their ;differences-over the past few
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weather and crunchy leaves ,
years, and the chief's wife is running
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ar*'obviously Irresl stable Three neW petitions for hearings at against Scott. .

to Ryan... the Dec. 20 meeting were. approvedfor With some 680 Lawtey voters black ':OvA.M.4iOOrjM.SATURDAY \
almost evenly divided between
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and white winner In the JordanScottrace ; I
too (photo at right off Grif- DISC.
4$ William Canon three acres depends on which candidate can
AJUttle. nap after the I in.t fis Loop from OR to RIC to place an pull votes from the 'other's camp, OARAOI SALT I ICe. I
additional mobile home. Scott has said. "ed'' .AullllN'f Bradford' .
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strenuous < > was Just \
Mrs. Jordan served the councilfor .V...fI,.0." ;
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'too much to resist. Ryan William H. Hall, Sr., 1 acre at Intersection eight years before being defeated he0..ne..UntllTf
that fall leaves are useful of SR-18 and 100 from four years ago by councilman Bennett ArFlrohoutoGrondtWoMonSta.. "' I '
Jor all sorts of things Includinga BR3.1.1 to BH to InstaU gasoline tanks Mrs. Jordan has said she likes ;

dream or two. at his neighborhood store. Bennett's judgement on the council Nor tntfffHon," Station.I ::. i' ir 1
and that IS why she chose not to run j
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the season to spend money,and 0(30 A.M.. j.Court j.

for Florida Power Light customers Nws.HN.... \J I fla.A.y I
In Bradford County, 'tis the season to .. '.' .1 :
receive refunds. .
Some 2,223 customers received CIty Coumll MootingCltyMH t
their with 7i30 P.M; :.
November light bills a I
notice explaining the refund creditedto '::
their account. Average refunds
i amount to MO-FPL Is refunding .. SBEPAY.QiC.L. : .
JO.471ln1he! county Chombor o The refund Is the result of a Florida sa.deiG....'- o;; -,I,1 1

Public Service Commission Jan.S ruling I

ordering that refund to 11)11*Gordon......Rottooroirt. .

I Vey to Get New, Hearing from District III Boarddamages service non-city to residents supervisor Dan Kilbourne be, the, franchise customer! According I....MootlNowCMvHofl.CIty,,c-dl,,

charge hat been billed to all 7100,.M.

Th* District HI Mental. Health saying \ey; should be given a proper personnel committee hearing 'held from the District III Board, customers for several years. ....... i iO..w.sMosaq ; 1
Board=voted Monday; Nov. 2G, to hearing under MW Administrative August I in Lake Butler. The seven the B-U Guidance Clinic and Lennon. "The PSC has jumped back and I '
'jzranLa formal hearing of grievances Procedures Act LaCoe argues the hour hearing resulted In the denial of forth several times on this 'Issue and '
to :psychologist Dr. Joseph Vey board is not subject to the same Vey'a request for reinstatement by what we need i 1:1: a court ruling determining ......... 1'1M J School" .... ,
aealnstthe: Bradford-Union Guidance regulations. set for state agencies the full B-U Clinic Board and the Index... how we are to bill the franchise ,,: .'.

.Clini(!r because it la a private non-profit subsequent appeal to the district men- 'TwoECTIONSSECTION charges," said Kilbourne.The ," .
-' tal health board which refused hear billed to non-city '
organization to charges .
clinic .. AtSociety..Pages ,ACourtesy'Of .
director Vey)firedIn Dr. ,William June Lennon.1978 by..won a .FoUowingthe'tboard"aecwon J'' } ; I on Vey : "' SA-/A residents had 'been held in an escrow'' 'I'I 4 1, I"SIfCKI, \ :. ,n,'.,\',., '.. ",." .. ,. '..
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4Utrtcrcourt decision Noy. 8, for the Vey it voted to change their grievance A SI million dollar lawsuit filed in editorial. .. . l>a..4A account ruling was, ": I'ILtHIC
of interestwas .
formal hearing. procedures making ,It .difficult for federal court in Jacksonville la still News.' Pales ,A-2A.14A down. Accrual 0 percent ". ,
Board attorney Norm LaCoe said state employee to seek district board pending and will be pursued keaal a. Real Kit. Pa.e UA&14A added to the monies to be refunded SSfWofStarK.
Kilbourne said j
other hearings. regardless of the outcome of the meDtal -
board had few alternatives
The refunds are figured on a Hw 30< & ;6-4.6018 .5 I ,
,than to grant Vey a hearing saying Lennon nred.Vey,: for allegedly using health board hearing according to seCTION Bt y ,, I ,'. I ,.
the court decision "waa the last thing profanity, ,while ,counseling a Vey's attorney Rodney: Smith. Sport... '...* ,..2..4.-..... percentage basis according to !CeyaH.IQMa 1
on earth I expected them to do." teenage client and improper the lawsuit ask for "actual Clalilfledl.. .. .. .. .... ,.,..1'Obit"aI. kilowatt usage for the month of M_y 100 And ai-A" S' .';::;:: i '
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The court ruled against the board behavior.Vey.protested.bis.firing at a". genera,punitive and compensatory .*. Page*. September. explained. : f: ,, .

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TELEGRAPH :: <>: ,1 }Vovenrl 21.1171

. Local Man Nettecl( in Jamaican Drug :Arrest,

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A Starke man Billy Gordon Griffith. In Oracabessa. Jamlca, police there titled William Dekle and Sutton as Lake City man beUayed to be involved +
,39,U one of three men arrested in said. They were charged with Illegal two of three men present when the with drug smuggling.The nri'd
Jamaica over the weekend and charged entry into Jamaica, possession of plane was purchased In SmiUivUle, investigator said Austin Vb w
with attempting to smuggle marijuana marijuana, and attempting to export Texas,July 30. authorities investigated the aircraft
out of the country after a plan marijuana. Jamaica police Identified The third man identified himself as sale because it was suspicious. Iw ,,, ? ad4xu +
carrying 1,240 pounds of pot was" seiz the men according to a United Press "Charles Williams of Jacksonville," He said his office had been (In frequent
International article by Michael O. according to George Cant head of contact with Florida officials
ed.The Fowler. Airport Services Inc. of Smithville, lately because law enforcement
other two arrested are WilliamE. William Dekle was Identified Mon tho firm that sold the plane. is
Dekle, 30, a Lake City pilot ar day by Texas investigators. one of pressure apparently forcing wouldbe -
drug smugglers out of state to buy
rested in StMary's Parish in \northeastern three men present when the airplane A Federal Aviation Administration airplanes
Jamaica after a twin- was purchased In Smithville, Texas official said the plane was still
engine Beechcraft laden with mari- July 30 for 175.000 cash. registered to Airport Services. "We are seeing quite a few folks '
juana landed at a little-used rural The plane was seized at the remote Gant said "Williams" paid for the from Florida now that the heat's on .
airstrip. William Dekle Is the brother Boscobel Airstrip carrying 1,240 plane with 175,000 in$100 and$50 bills. (tin Florida)," he said. ''They are ......, ., ,>, .
of Robert Dekle.an assistant state attorney pounds of marijuana, Jamaican The Austin investigator, who asked purchasing aircraft here and utilizing ;oP't.> ; (" ; '" ,
in the Third Judicial District. police said. not to be Identified, said Texas the aircraft there. r oA 1.I: .
Third man arrested was Live Oak An Investigator with the Austin authorities, working with the Florida "It seems to be the coming thing: If '& I.j -.. 'r:,
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farmer Lloyd Sutton, 34. Texas Organized Crime Control Unit Department of Law Enforcement, got heat you've got to ... ''I\\\,'''".' '"

The three men were in jail Monday told UPI that investigators had iden determined that "Williams" was a dissipate it," he said. ...... :' "

A Monday afternoon accident on Call Street damaged three can but no people.
WomanThe Damages the three vehicles was estimated at 11.550.Onedriver. Maria Arner
. State toSeek Death Penalty in Murder of Stephenson was cited for violation of right-of-way. I

state will be leaking the death cult Judge Osee Fagan set the beaten to death Oct. 28 and had more tortured while still alive," Elwell
penalty against Harold T. Rlggson January trial date after a written plea than SO shallow puncture wounds in said. been 3 Cars Involved in Call Street Wreck -
has held without bondin
of innocent was submitted by public her upper torso. Riggson
when, Ia murder,trial begins Jan. 21, /
a prosecutor said Monday. defender Shon Saxon. the Bradford County jail since his A late afternoon accident Mondayon Volkswagen, which then J hit a 1978
Kiggson, 48, was arraigned Monday Nancy Lee May Pelham 31, who "We're going to seek the death arrest by Starke police last month, Call Street damaged three can but Chevrolet parked In front of Koch' ,
for the first-degree murder of his had lived with Riggson since his penalty said Assistant State Attorney but he may be returned to prison if hisparole there were no Injuries. Drugstore on Call Street: 'The
common-law wife a month ago. Cir release from prison last January was Tom Elwell, "because of the is revoked, as Is being sought Maria Amer Stephenson,of Starke, Chevrolet is owned by Frank BeU, of
heinous nature of the crime." by the Department of Corrections.Bill was attempting to turn her 1978 Lawtey.Estimated. '
Hicks, district probation super Chrysler left onto Call Street from damage to the vehicles.
An autopsy attributed the woman's visor, said he is seeking a revocation Court Street. A 1974 Volkswagen, totaled at$1,500. ": :;
. Phone Customers Due RefundCustomers death to massive Internal bleeding because of allegations Riggson had a driven by Patricia Modesitt, of Ms. Stephenson was cited. for.violation .-
from crushed and beat Ms. Pelham. '
a chest. pocketknife ""
Starke was traveling east on Call of right-of-way .,.. ..
of Continental must Issue refunds If they overridethe Riggson was paroled Jan. 2 after Street. The Chrysler hit the ,.:.
Stewart noted. However, the puncture wounds, serving nine years of a 15-year
will be profit ceiling
Telephone Company receivinga each about one-eighth-inch deep, In- sentence for the 1970 robbery of
refund In their December bill, an- "We are indeed pleased to be in a dicated Ms. Pelham "was probablyFour Gainesville man which netted $10.03 .. .. .
nounced Gene Stewart, state
service position to give our customers this re Christmas Parade :. .
customer manager. Coming ;
fund. The amount of each refund will :

This is the second refund Continental vary from $10.64 to$8.13 for residence Four Trials Set Beginning Monday
has made to its customers this customers and from $21.09 to $15.15for
the first refund being- in business customers depending on Just eight entries have signed up to date for the annual .
year the class of service and the rate trials are scheduled for circuit bing another inmate, Michael Hall in Christmas the Bradford Chamber of-
January. Continental was ordered to group the FSP Lusk is servingthree parade sponsored by
court with jury selection to begin for dining room.
for each customer.
refund their excess profits to the Commerce.The .
all trials Monday Dec. 3. life sentences from Dade County
some 13,000 customers by the Florida "I'm especially pleased that we are for murder and two counts of arm parade will start at 10 a.m. next Saturday, Dee 8, lit .
Public Service Commission last year. able to make the refund In Decmeber Bobby Earl Lusk, a Florida State ed robbery. Bradford Square and then wind through downtown Starke
Christmas Prison Inmate, will face trial for .
to help offset those extra a "
According to Stewart, Continental Deadline to register an entry is noon next Friday, Dec. 7:
expenses we all have, Stewart con- 1978 Thanksgiving Day murder inside Ricky D. Rogers, 17, Is scheduled
surpassed the profit ceiling established cluded. the prison. Lusk .is charged with stab- for trial on charges of grand theft and Businesses, clubs, organizations, and individuals are in-
by the PSC by $143,394. The refund burglary in connection with the Oct. 4 vited to enter the Christmas parade with a float, a car,

customer's will be reflected December as bills.a credit to Back Yard Fish Fry Set By First Baptist theft of former commissioner JosephWarren's truck,' or you can walk. The more the merrier, says
Chamber excecutive Bill Wilson.

Stewart said the PSC Is In- Friday evening at 6:00: P.M. there The chief cook Is Bro. Charlie Hut- Correctional Bruce Movers.Institute{20,a correctional former Lawtey of- Wilson urges entrants to come in to the Chamber officeas

vestigating rates for Intrastate toll will be a fish fry in the backyard of cheson assisted by such efficient iicer, taces trial on charges of In- soon as possible. If you would like to be in the parade,
calls and will probably recommend a the First Baptist Church of Starke. cooks as Bro. Monk Dinklns, Bro. troduction of contraband. He was arrested please call or come by the the Chamber office," Wilson:
lowering of the toll call rates. Stewart The fish are provided by all of the Eldon Sapp, Bro. Hugh Hahn and Aug. U for illegally bringing .
asks. The office is at 202 S. Walnut Streets phone 964-5278. ;
speculated if the toll rates are "expert fisherman" of First Baptist others. eight grams of marijuana into the ,
lowered customers will not be receiv- Church. Other delicacies are provided This is an annual event in the fall of prison. Entries thus far total only eight: Grace Baptist

ing a refund next year. by the various Sunday School the year to promote fellowship amongthe Lois Taylor, of Lawtey, charged Children's Church, Bradford Roping Club, the City 'of '
All phone companies In Florida Departments. families of the church. with forgery and grand theft In con- Hampton (3 entries) Volunteers of America,' St.Edward's .

nection with an August 1977 incident Catholic Church, and Bradford County Timber Wolves CB i
Involving a $782 check: from the Club. .
Florida Bank in Jacksonville, will
also face trial in circuit court.In The 'parade will begin at Bradford Square Shopping':
Center and down US-301 to Walnut Street north:
) of % "increase. other court action: proceed go
The 'bargain' 1/4 more. distance wipes your savings
John Warren Wilkinson of Jacksonville up Walnut to Madison, turn right on Madison to Thompson'Street
All of us look for bargains these days. Nobody can do more for your was found guilty of grand theft.A left on Thompson to Call Street, left on Call to .

... It just makes sense. But we have to look money than the Florida National pre-sentence investigation was Orange Street, left on Orange to Madison, and back out to :.

carefully at those 'bargains.: Are they people.Because they can give you the ordered. found guilty 301 and the shopping center. .

Parrish 34, was
Ronald ,
..-If really a savings? Or do they cost us convenience of saving where you bank of perjury and a pre-sentence in- Cash prizes wIll be awarded for the first, second, ''and : I. ,

... money? and more. vestigation was ordered. third place winners. .:

For instance,let's look at the 1/4% The Florida National people can \ T.... :Il', ..._ 1--'\I""IP"I\->...:.....". ..."'"&A .i r..M'' ' NH..I p. i J i.. UiHospital ;

dfl more interest paid by savings and ..< develop a custom' ,savings program iGrp $* :{ .' .- .... t f' Audit" Report" t ")2'\t1<, i.
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4 loan associations than by banks.-On a you. that makes y tih coney work its J" ( ,"'.. LOG HOME SALEUP 'Accepted .,,1

account of SI.000. that hardest. For needs your goals,what f .
passbook savings 53% PER YEAR In a brief meeting Monday night, the rescue unit was operating at
about S2.50 more per year. you want your money to do now and t the Bradford County Hospital board $67,228 over incoming revenue. '".

But saving at a separate place from in the future. Get your share of this business accepted the 1978-78 audit,set Dec. 17 In other business, hospital' 'ad'ministrator "
la Florida.EUREKA for the next board meeting,and heardof Dave Libby said remodel-
.. now
extra And These days it makes more sense
where you bank means trips. ... plans for remodeling. ing of rooms would start during the
gasoline costs about 51.00 a gallon. Just a than ever to get to know your bank. The LOG HOMESWill month of December, since the patient .
CPA John Wltlow Sr., of Willow & count is to be down during
couple of gallons a year for the added people who do more. t't select a deator for this area In Willow in Jacksonville, presented the that time.expected Libby said painting,

the next 30 days. No trade or finanical audit for September 1978 plastering and some carpentry work
f.. skills required. '5900 secures and 1979, saying the hospital's will be done. ".'
<' deaior hip finances were in "good condition." Board member Joseph Stephen; ..

YOUR WAY TO Patient revenue was up $413,000 son's appointment expires Nov. 31
over last year and Willow attributedthe and his reappointment remains'con- t
SOME TALK raise to increased utilization ofpatient tingent upon Stephenson's commit.t
collect, Mr. Hosklns services. The largest increase ment. He said he has other obligations'
'li 1-813-576-6664 In revenue was seen in the use of In- and may not be able to return to the. ,
ON MAXINE YOUR a A.M. s P.M. travenous solutions,which went from board.
d Eureka Log Homes Inc. $8,249 last year to $36,369 this year.
Assets for the total at $1.3
070Q Kog r Blvd. "The dictate of the heart are .
million, up over last year's $1.2 .
MONEY WORK SI. Fl 1.. 33702 the voice of fate." Schiller'
__..Petersburg............ -.ro.... .._ million.The audit figures also showed

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Pay Raises Going to Four Gas Department Employees -

vote, city conuni eron rs the pay raises be shelved until a pro Schaefer disagreed,saying it would stages, Lucas told commissioners. paid after seven days off the Job. .Using Juvenile offenders for
at Tuesday night's( meeting blem with the poMco departmentcould cost anywhere from $10,000 to 13.000 Lucas asked that a meeting of the Silcox suggested the matter be maintenance work through BMttaftlUi .
_f for four gas department be settled. Commissioner for the move, adding he didn't think utility commission be set up with Be* taken on an Individual basis, to which and Rehabilitative Services program :
Charles Schaefer also objected to the moving the old city nail would be cant Hammock ft Ruckman so City Attorney George Pierce replied underwent considerable: discussion,
,; ding the pay raise ComIiduIoaer pay raises. worth the expense. details of the both the sewer "that can't be done." Pierce said he with Silcox asking that the city use
Wilbur Waters said the rehabilitation and spray Irrigation would look Into the matter and see the youths. i
needed to make the four In other business, commissioners: Consulting engineer Jim Lucas, of projects can be reviewed. what could: be done to eliminate
iiere salaries equitable with Bessant, Hammock & Ruckman. ask- employees' freekwding. responsible for some of the r
Raises will range from Voted 4-1 to move the old city hall ed for a resolution to allow for the i Employees out on workman's kids and I think this is a good way to
week and add $46.34 a to the Edwards Road complex and to final grant application for the$180,000 compensation are taking advantageof Clean up the streets of Starke was help them out" Silcox said. \
meek! to the budget. The pay raise Is in take bids on the old police depart sewer rehabilitation project which the city. Edwards announced to the plea by Silcox. Representative After the pros and cons of using the
addition to the:percent pay Increase ment. Schaefer suggested the old commissioners unanimously adopted. commissioners and asked that for the upcoming Parade of Homes Juvenile offenders to work around the
I G&MCCdlnto the i9tw budget. The pay police department be sold that Lucas explained the resolution simply something be done about the current would! assist Silcox if the city city, the city clerk told Silcox they
raises-are retroactive to Oct. I, salvageable parts. It was agreed allowed the engineers to send in the policy allowing injured employees to them in cleaning up were already being worked in the ci
Objecting .trenou lYJ City Clerk bids would be taken at the next final application forma to the Environmental draw full pay from the city for an In- some of the roadsides and vacant Iota ty.
Merrill: Edwards said giving the regular commission meeting. Protection Agency for definite period. in the city. The matter was later turn-
raises was "opening a can of worms" Bids had been let on moving the old approval to begin construction. The "If we paid only 60 percent of their ed over to the county, but Silcox asked And, all kidding aside, Attorney
and it would create considerable problems City hall, however, no action had been EPA will be financing $139,000 of the salary,a lot of the injured folks would that all people do their part in beautifying Pierce asked that the Christmas
when other employees foundou.about taken. Edwards said the building sewer rehabilitation project. come back to work a lot quicker: Edwards the downtown area. lights be put up a month before
\ it. could be moved for approximately noted, adding that according to "I would like to see this done In Christmas rather than a month after.
.yo.r-Commissioner Vernon $6,000, according to low bidder P.K. Engineering plans for the spray Irrigation workman's comp, only 60-70 percent voluntary cooperation with the city," Silcox said he would see that it was
Silcox also objected and asked that Hunt, of Cross City sewer system are in the final pf the employee salary need to be Silcox said. done,

I Chamber to Elect Six Board Members Tha Jvj ifkth !

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i ix,1 j>ew. members will be elected to Rex Smith, local realtor and like to have something like ,
the Board of Governors of the Starkef.iidfpJd Farmbest executive, Jim ."agreed Chamber President "
: County Chamber of Commerce Montgomery Ward, He'd like to know
in voting under way now. Reynolds of Starke Home people here want to be a 1 1 e : .
fiber members are asked to Peek, Wolbert and community for Gainesville
return marked ballots not later than current members of the or whether they
midnight Friday, Nov. 30, to the Governors. to out after Industry and a
Chamber office. Winners will be announced Going off the board will tax base.
at the regular meeting of the James Hester, Steve
Board of Governors next Tuesday, Spengler, and Shop at Home I
Dec. 6, at noon at the Garden Pearson. member Jimmy Peek 1' !f.
Restaurant. The six new members the board that it doesn't
: On the ballot for re-election are S.L.. three-year terms go outside the local community
(jimmy Peek, retired president ofthe .
Florida Bank at Starke; J.J. State of County also reminded merchants }i
Wolbert, Starke attorney; Morris To Be Offered at stock merchandise if they / 1' ,
Williams, owner of Bradford Fur- A state-of-the-county the public to shop at home.
diture.: o.; Floyd Settles of TG&Y would be a good item to I"
Bill Alderman\ of Bradford Abstract, agenda of the annual 1 i i'I ;
John Smith of Farmers Mutual Exchange Chamber of Commerce in I
; Andy Jordon of Jordon In- Sharon Williams of
surance Co., Roger Jones of National niture suggested to the ESTABLISHED 19041
'Protein., Walter Ripke of Owen Joist Governors meeting Nov. 6.

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Prison Investigating UCI Prison j I

Shooting. of FSP Inmate Arrested After Shop & Compare. We don't think you can [

!'The shooting of a Florida State A guard at Union find higher quality, lower prices, bigger
Prison inmate Sunday is still under stitution was arrested last
investigation, prison officials said day morning and charged selections or better service anywhere!
Tuesday afternoon. troduction of contraband into
David Lowndes, 37, of Boca Raton prison.Tom.
was shot( once in the arm and once In Gregory Bailey, 24, of Hop on down to Badcock .
the leg by a zip gun (handmade pellet was arrested by Union
gun) shortly after 1 p.m Sunday In a sheriffs deputies at UCI a ,See for you rself! Drop By And Pick Up Your Free Calendar
confinement Officials said.
prison: area. report
described the wounds as superficialand After entering the prison "\ And Farmer ,Almanac ,
Lowndes was treated at the ing of a search of personnel 1IJ III> .
prison hospital.According bolted and ran from \ 1i"" ,; All T.V.llated I sutw ACTION
are 1000Solid State I
to John Anderson FSP ducting the search, the report I -q / .... ,
administrative assistant, Lowndeshas Correctional officers ;-., 1."< ./.. I.P.opl. Who/ measured diagonally ,..,. .. .......
refused to talk to investigators. It Bailey said they saw .him __ ..a_.po,. ." c.l.l,
unknown if Lowndes was assualtedor brown bags Into"the Shrubs ::-: GENERAL -
the wounds were self-inflicted, the caughUilm In the ; -' 11' ;. ...,.' ., .., ''"''t..
Anderson sald.IN..eaport has been" "tng-lJt ales BW lost diM V 11F1(1'1I e
found. ministration building, ac
Lowndes Is serving a six-month to the report. M D R Ie.
thr --y ar prison sentence for a 1977 The bags contained 140 i
and small
marijuana possession conviction. amphetamines a I
marijuana. o Operates on 115 Y. AC or 12 V. DC 0 In-line picture tube system
"'"I UHF ft VHF antenne! o Black matrix picture tub

Fire'bamages Hampton Outreach $13925

:;;'.; Rendering Plant Asks for Help r $3492

A1 afternoon fire believedto '. ..... 19" COLOR TABLE! T.V.ChromaColor .
Thursday The Bradford County : ; : .;.X.; .V.--, / Jij h 19" PORTABLE T.Y.
haye started from a grease cooker Outr.ch Center needs the !i e system Sel'
e volume control
causedapproximately $50,000 In community in obtaining MA1TAa + ''ll I Power Sentry energy saver o Gulck-on forget picture s
damages at Griffin Industries in necessary non-food items rycar"I'd
Hampton. replenish our local Food !?
Tfpr') :were no injuries. Plant personnel to provide Christmas $49995 7995.prea arvifo N f,
had left about an hour before needy people in Bradford
the Iiiie'started.Hampton Last year, we obtained a toS
Marshal Fred Phillips ment grant to establish a
notified the Bradford County in our center and to buy a
Volunteer Fire Department around for storing perishable } (!iIJ
2:30: p.m. Thursday. When they arrived food has been distributed in PHILCD
to aid the Hampton Volunteer Fire County and we have found T.V.non
Department, Bradford fire fighters will not get another grant to r TABLE
caned in the Waldo and Brooker fire
stock. . .. Auto-lock channel tuning 16". B I W PORTABLE T.Y. Buck *WIIN.Ty
to assist. Bradford fire ,0
departments Letters are being sent out to
ch&f Harry Green estimated It took churches and stores in our ... o Aulo-lint djuitnumt 19,000 volt chassis 16" !
anhour: to extinguish the fire. ask for assistance in this ,oPlug.lnmodul.. .........
Roger Jones, general plant Boxes will be placed in $39921 -
manager, said the exact cause of the stores starting November 28, V T.. .". ,$17095
firs is still under investigation. "It tinuing thru December 7, T
could have been one of the cookers or asking individuals to '
it could have been an electrical short item of food to fill the boxes _.--
W :just don't know." then be collected and
"three! cookers were damaged in the pantry. 19" REMOTE CONTROL 19" 8 a WPORTABLE RCA '
fire but the plant was back in operation The food collected In this I COLOR T.V.e T.V. Black
Friday. be used solely for persons in 20,000 volt chassis White TV
green said the damages were County that qualify for aid in PHILfOC Color-Rite auto. color system '0 PI u g-In modules I Io 19"
relatively light saying the machinery and to make up as many electronic VHF/UHF tuning
.suffered the most destruction. Baskets for elderly clients $199
county as we can. $5795T
.. Please Bradford County

Woman Arrested share of "Forgotten People' 1 -
would like to show them that
| For Shoplifting ple of Bradford County
A:25-year-old Starke woman was ar.> For information, please
resled Tuesday afternoon on charges Cummings, 9040096.Child RCA

of'shoplifting.vonne M. Reed P.O. Box II, was a XL-10fl r .
arrested by Starke police officer Care Food 25"

leave Es&n Mosher Eckerd's: after Drug she Store attempted without to Program / A ..........

paying for eight GAF 'View Master '
slide The S.R.E.C. Headstart _:!

Ms. Reed was released on her own the Program.of the -.-.-.
food and -.---,-------
recognizance price meals will be made .
3 children who qualify for

at the centers listed below .Mr :iIi ., ." ,
Two Cars Involved provided without regard

creed, color, sex. or national li $74995
US-301 Wreck
| In The centers are: Bradford, A la lan $6392
bia. Hamilton Lafayette e 99rwy 2WT 5JWT.
Air accident on rain-slick roads Sun- and Union Counties. 2S* CONSOLE COLOR T.V.Aulomlle ay CONSOLE COLOR T.V, ,.
da night left two can totaled and one color control
person slightly Injured. e Color-Rne euto. color system In-line picture tube system
TILE BRADFORD Black maids picture Job* e Black mstrln picture tube
Elsie Lovenia Crosby, of Starke + Black matrix picture tube
was traveling north on US-301 In her COUNTY J
lW71 Dodge station wagon and attempted PaWl etl every T. .** T nmTetTMU
at 131 W. Call Street
::*) make a left turn onto Edwards f MM, i
Rod around 8:30 p.m.A 1m International 8UrkeP Florida*2U: BadcOC'tc. '
truck driven by DJura Novak, ,-' 'allieri I R
Second Oass ,.tari la Fomou DoubleGUARANTEE
of Starke. was traveling south on I \ f
U&ooi when it was struck by Ms.Crojby's Starke.FtarMaSubserlptioa ;
vehicle.The truck then spun i t
around coming to rest on the north Rates -r .f C.I. e.........
side< of l7S-301. 11 trade area: !.,..per, ,. $.Hlfe.ll.... f VlMlflMM 128 S, W a! atSt.Stark ., F1a. I
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bruises uAo. months M ? S Baked
Ms. Crosby sustained slight kv ,.' '...1 d..t.r, V 984-5289
anctwa.:: given first aid by Bradford ...d If'" .... ........ i .
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Pale tA TELEGRAPH November 21.1m

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' w Rowe String Quartet Plays to Attentive Audience



Corn fields and rural letting as a
backdrop did not detract from the
Old Message New MeaningWith thoroughly 'enchanting performance

given by the Rowe String QuartetTuesday
night at the starke Woman's
Club.A .
the economy showing the first signs of a long-expected

downturn, there is more reason than ever before to do your small but attentive audiencewas
Christmas shopping "at home" this year.A treated to the extraordinarytalents
of the Rowe Quartet resident 1 1i

brief on-site review of local stores indicates that their teaching University ensemble of Buffalo's of the Music State

management has gone all-out this year in gathering togetherand Department-the second performancein
attractively displaying Christmas merchandise to please the Santa Fe Community College

every taste and fit every pocketbook, from the fattest to the Fall Festival of the Performing Arts

slimmest. The concert was made possible in
part by a grant from the National En- L
Those who say they can't find what they want in Starke dowment for the Arts through the

stores are usually those who have not made a sincere effort to Southern Fine Arts Federation of 4 >,
find out what is being offered here. With the additional motiveof which the Fine Arts Councli'of SM HMSw r

saving expensive gas that can make shopping out of town Florida is a member.

more costly (not even counting the additional time that is The four finely tuned musicians

wasted), there.is more reason than ever before to give our local delivered a range of musical experiences "rr
merchant the break he needs for investing his time and moneyin with delicate and well-

an effort to gather useful and attractive merchandise for mastered harmony. The transitions r, b
from Haydn to Ravel were done witha
Christmas giving. reaervecllntenaity.

It's the old question of the chicken and the egg. Our local One piece.Quartet No. t, by Argentine -
merchants cannot afford to offer a wide variety of Christmas composer Alberto Glnastera was
merchandise unless they are reasonably sure that they will be most impressive. Violinist Palricio

given a fair shot at the dollars that are all too often spent out of Cobol described and the ima piece as" 4 .
town for the same items that can be obtained locally, and oftenat Reminiscent"Inspirational of Stravinksyrs, contem- r r.-. _
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a lower price, in our own stores. porary classical music, the four-part
composition employed a variety of
which took the listener The Rowe String Quartet In performance at the Starke Woman's Club. From I
There is everything to gain and nothing to lose by shoppingat through
the folk history of Argentina- left to right first violinist Patricio Cobos. wlollnArlt'ne DiCecco. violoncello.Luca : .
home-whether for Christmas or any other time. Try it this through the wildness of the Argentine DICecco.: and viola. Pamela Ben jamIa-.
Christmas season and see if you're not convinced. plains and gauchos (cowboys) to the
Calmo s portico of the 102-degree heat
and buzzing flies of a relentless, exuberance and elegant formality. violins, Pamela Benjamin on viola peared in Australia, New Zealand.
Argentine summer. Each piece allowed for Jin'expression and Luca DiCecco,violonceila.Formed Africa and South America: Successors
Words Versus BattleshipsPerhaps of communonn and individualismthat in 1973. at the University of North to the Budapest and
The ensemble played with virtuosi Is integral in classical music and Carolina, the quartet was named in Cleveland Quartets, the Rowe
ty that demanded the audience's which the Rowe Quartet has honor of Charlotte industrialist Oliver Quartet was appointed Slee Quartet-
concentration-which was given with mastered with finese. Regan Rowe.In in-Residence at the State University
Thanksgiving would have been even more ap- only a few minor distractions. Their The quartet Is comprised of addition to four years touring the of New York at Buffalo in September
propriate this week than last with the first indication of a music poured forth with a restrained. Patricio Cobos and Arlene DiCecco on United States, the quartet has ap- 1976. .i
breakthrough in the US-Iranian stalemate coming in the an-
nouncement Tuesday of the United Nation's Security Council ---

meeting to discuss the escalating crisis. Letters to the EditorALL County Agents .

The situation had reached the point where threats and .

counter-threats and even overt moves toward preparation for apossible SOME STUDENTS Notebook ,

war that might endanger world peace were developing MUST BE SIGNEDIf SHOW APPRECIATIONDear by Bobby Taylor '

into a one-upmanship game that, if prolonged, could not end in the person who came to The ____ :Phone M44280 s=

anything but disaster.On Telegraph office and left a Sir: week may have seen a sign on a car .
letter pertaining Monday of the that said "Happy Birthday. Mrs. J. Whether you are beginning a landscape -
the American side the minimum basic need is for the Starke Fire Department will come All too often 'we hear about the Becker." That sign along with a or adding to an existing'one.,_
safe release of hostages, taken by Iranian students in violationof back in and sign his name to the let apathy and lack of respect and appreciation cake, a necklace and a dozen long- your major expenses will probably ben
be on the part of our stemmed red results of purchasing trees and shrubs. So,
ter, we will glad to publish it in our younger roses were a
international law, without basically compromising letters column. Since the person at generation. Without a doubt we do "conspiracy" of several BUS it's important that you know how to
" Washington's perceived role as a greater power or the principle our reception desk was busy at the have problems, but for the most part students. take care of new shrubbery from the _
.. of offering asylum for the ailing Shah of Iran, in spite of alleged moment >t was not noted that the letter our community can be proud of our day you bring it home from :the
crimes. was not signed before the writer teenagers.As a teacher at BUS I have This is one birthday I will not nursery. First and foremost, this
. had left it and departed. seen many acts of kindness on the forget. Thank you Donna. Brenda means correct planting methods..In ..
part of the students. Sheila and fellow students for showing fact the way you plant new trees and
On the Iranian side, the minimum basic need is one of According to general newspaper that Bradford County does have shrubs has a lot to do with the way '

recognition-direct or indirect-from the U.S. that the Iranians practice all letters must carry the For instance, those of you who students who still care. they'll look for many years to come..
.. have a case when they argue that the Shah is a criminal who signature and address of the writer at traveled 301 past_the high school last Judy Becker
has endangered and corrupted the Persian national culture and the time they are submitted. On request One of the most common questions"
., of the writer we will omit his I'or .. about, planting: shrubs is when to'
identity. *
,' \ her name in the paper;simply signing plant. Usually late fall and wlnter'are'the
" FORESTRYB recommended times for adding'new
the letter "Concerned Citizen" or
With neither side i willing to give ground, and unable to do so some such nom-de-plume, but we plants to the landscape. So. if

. without losing face, matters continued to go from bad to worse must have the writer's name on file in IN BRADFORD COUNTY Mark Fries you're thinking about getting some
with these developments in the standoff during the past three the event some statements in the! let new shrubs into your landscape now -,.
ter are debatable and may be would be the time to do it. There are a 4
weeks: challenged later by the person or few- exceptions to- --this"F --- '

at military action to secure release of the organization against whom charges Ask a realtor how much trees add to- several hundred dollars In appeal and rule..evergreens for example, areJJ
-Hinting possible in the letter are directed. The paper the value of land and he'll probably desirability to a landowner or pro- best planted In August or early'q
hostages, the U.S. had moved naval units toward the ArabianSea must know the Identity of the person tell you he doesn't know. But, he'll spective buyer. Most people I would September, and palms should btf :f
and the Gulf as evidence of its preparedness to use means making such charges,whether true or quickly add that there's no question say, like greenery" planted.in the summer during 'thevdrainy :-
other than negotiation if any American hostage was harmed. they DO add value. season. .-; : :
false.We "We feel there are four basic
have this situation times and procedures can IE
explained "
on Planting
has The Florida Division of Forestry categories of landowners, says
Ayatollah Khomeini Iran's apparent strong man,
several occasions but occasionallywe Bethea. "There those who also vary depending on how the plant ;
believes this too and for that are people
sought to turn the entire moslem world against the U.S., but still receive anonymous letters. it has launched ,a sweeping programto reason own land to actively use it. either as is grown and packaged at .the::
with minimal effect at the government level. Some of them are Some of these we would like very encourage landowners to plant an agricultural site a location for a nursery Plants are usually prepared.:.
sympathetic, however, toward Khomeini for having forced the much to publish but cannot do so trees. business or residence,or for a recrea for shipping in one of four ways:they ,. =SJ-
because we have no way of knowingthe tionarea.Secondly, there-arepeople-_ -may be-bare-root, which-is-when-the -
U.S. (as a symbol of western "superiority") into an apparently be ""
identity of the writer. Please Of the Division has'appealed who use,land In a speculative way roots are bare of all soil.They may
impotent standoff. remember this regulation when -- balled and burlapped, where most of .
:I for half a century to rural lan- their motive is to eventually sell It for
"taking your pen in hand" to explain the root and soil mass is dug intact *,
The third consists of -
downers with idle land to plant treesas profit. group people
And here the matter stood until Monday when Kurt
matters that you think should be commercial But the who have plans to build on the and wrapped in burlap. Or the plant -.
Waldheim, secretary-general of the United Nations Security known to the public.All you need to do rent a campaign goes crop.far beyond that.cur- land in the! near future and then there may come as packaged bareroot.in ;: t
Council, called for a meeting to discuss the crisis which he call- is sign the letter with the"notation are those who plan to build on the land which case all the soil is removed: :.:..
ed "the most serious threat to peace" since the 1962 Cuban "please withhold signature. We can "We think trees are good for at a later date."Regardless, from the roots and the roots vre then'wrapped -
fully understand why on some occasions in sawdust bark or peat
Florida, regardless of why they'replanted.
missile confrontation. the writer would want his name of which fall moss. The fourth variation is the container -.
says Division Director John group you
Although Iran is not member of the U.S. Security Council withheld to avoid embarrassment to Belhea. "If they're planted in a yard in, the Division of Forestry feels it grown disturbed the .root, :,
a himself or recrimination against.himself add if In can be beneficial for to plant system is not until planting
they they're placed
beauty .
U.S. officials have to its defending itself at a members of his family. .
no objection or an old field they prevent erosion trees. Maybe not as a commercial time. :
Security Council session which hope will focus on the issueof The name would be withheld unless but to shade for
they clean the air and water and add valueto crop or any A be in of
the American hostages. Although the Security Council issueda some action on the were basis brought of statements against that the the land, and if they're planted on of the reasons already discussed. these plant four may ways. The prepared exact method any of _

statement two weeks ago urging Iran to release the American paper might have been made that were not land that will someday be Subdivided We're just convinced trees." you can't go packaging will depend on .the.'t
the formal and therefore into a residential area they do. all wrong planting characteristics of each
hostages, U.S. hopes for a more more factual. particular
binding statement' from the new discussions. The Editors these things. The Division stands ready to help in plant as well as production and shipping -*,""<
considerations. For the most
"There's no question that trees and areas other than tree planting too. If .:
COMPLAINTS ; part bare-root packaged bare-root..
Another indication of hope in the situation is the expected COVERAGEDear ABOUT all the amenities associated with you already own property: with trees and balled and burlapped plants will
arrival of the Iranian Foreign Minister Bani Sadr in New York them, make a piece of property more growing on it. the Division can help have a higher survival rate if they are;

City within the next two weeks. Although his visit may largely Editor: desirable valuable" says and Richard therefore Boutin more a you determine for pulpwood how or much logs.they'reworth Or a planted in the late fall and winter. ... .

be for propaganda purposes, since he plans to explain Iran's I am writing In reference to a complaint registered MIA Appraiser in forester can advise you on which ".
stand to the American people and "prove" the justness of the to the Sports section of our local Tallahassee. trees to cut and which to leave to The next thing we need to discuss la '
preparation of the planting site You
newspaper. enhance the value of the land for
Iranian demand for extradition of the Shah, it is a breakthrough should prepare the site well in .advance -
indicating that at least the Iranians are willing to debate. First let me say I think we have one "There's no formula for saying how residential use.Assistance so that it will be ready for the-
of the finest newspapers around"Maybe much value they add because unless \
new plant as soon as bring it '
I've never paid so much attention you're talking about timber for with Insect and disease home.If you
These developments were much more encouraging than the to the sports section of the paper pulpwood or lumber, the worth of the problems and prescribed burning is
hints that America might have to resort to military force if the until my son started to high school trees Is In the Intangible amenities also available.The you procrastinate even a.few *;i

remaining hostages in Iran are not freed. The question naturally this year I have noticed (along with they create-beauty, shade serenity.It's days that healthy plant you bought at _
arises-what military action could the U.S. take that would some other tsthat our JV's and a simple thing to say how much a county forester in Bradford the garden center could be In-pooc".-
not our Ninth Graders were not getting stand of trees is worth for pulpwood.but County Is located in the Agriculture shape before it ever reaches its new
prove counterproductive during the present circumstances very good coverage. it's a far more difficult thing to Center next to .the fair grounds in home In your landscape. So,take lit-. .,
of non-negotiation. Even though battleships would pose a place a value on aesthetic benefits. Starke. His phone number 964-6280. tie extra time in preparation. '. ,, :
definite threat to Iran, we can only assume that the Iranians But what really blew my mind was extension 219. ; ;;
would carry out their threat to execute the American hostages. our Homecoming Activities: coverage''; William Durham a member of the One important step in preparation .
It was terrible! Association: of Indenpendent Fee Appraisers is digging the hole. Make sure you dig- _i
: In situations such as this, the rattling of swords does no I saw plenty of the newspaper staff in Dade County, put it this' the hole deep enough. It should be At! .
good since we are dealing with fanatics to whom martyrdom for at both the Tornado Whirl and theerne way: least six inches deeper and wider on. --
I there would all sides than the root mass of.the.;
their beliefs is so thought really
considered honor. to such
an Responding nationalistic ''The value Is In the sides of the hole
good in the news.I desirability. plant. Keep the going,; -
;i : fervor with military force is nonproductive. Such use You can't say'that tree cost me$23 to There are more than 58 mil- straight up and down, rather than -
: of force would only inflame passions already at a fever heat. think there was an injustice shown buy and$10 to plant so that adds$33 to lion families In America: sloped. At the bottom, loosen several?
The depth of Iranian hatred of the Shah and his repressions has to our ninth and tenth grade the value of the lot.' It may be worth 63 percent of them Inches of soil to allow for root develop... ,
| princesses. There wasn't even a pici include children under:, 1 a. ment. .'.,
I' never fully been understood in the United States. That hatred lure of them In the paper! I think this
j has now reached the boiling point and is being used by Iran's is bad for the kids. After an.'they are

religious leaders for their own political purposes. If the U.S. the future of BUS and our community .

:1 should rush in now with some show of force no matter how successful ,, pRIQ+ l: 59ADFORD C'OfJ 4' .
it In my opinion there could have beena 1 I } .- .- --'- .... ---
I| militarily, would be fatal to our ultimate objective of 4 .
lot leas of the surrounding schools! :. .,
; freeing the hostages, and would also hurt our image in the eyes activities covered and a lot more of '''''. .. .... 1itirap-1t-",I .. .,TJ ..,
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of the world rather than improve it.ft ..
: our local school covered (especialy ; ,, ..
"' for the one event that means so much>1 I'I''. t"l 0 4 : :' ':1
}! The action of the U.S.'Security Council seems to be one that to ua all. HOMECOMING 11)I I am not t ;SINCE .187$ *

I,. : provides an acceptable alternative to an otherwise hopeless covering the surroundinschools +S' M-: tf 011 BOB O. FERGUSON-JOHNM.MILLER- ,', .
j situation. The discussions might not provide all of the desirable I Just J do not think they should< 'i Publishers '. -t'-.4;.; t

11< .; answers for either the U.S. or Iran, but at least it will give them coverage take precedence over our local school '', published..ck Twr.l.l ea........... se..c.ed 0eu.......... .Pest OkMa.0ruo.....e.d.e Act"Mwel 1.1m .,.: .. ;.. '"
chance to air their grievances in the Security Council rather ,< >
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Q/aJyt Wooty Soci'ty t!:Jitot 964.7608 r 'I d j

J Hospital AuxiliaryHas Barbara Lyle and Gerald Griffis Wed November 17 I

Many Projects Barbara Joan Lyle, daughter of Mr. aqua and white carnations daisies The groom was In the U.S. Cittit i't
P 9 and Mrs Harris Lyle of Portlandof and baby's breath. She wore a matching Guard and attended Lake City College 11 I- ':'
In ProcessA Oregon and Gerald Edwin i daisy with baby's breath In her for a year.Ha is employed at Occidental
Lake City.son of Mr. and Mrs.GeraldD. Chemical Co. ;\

surgicare recovery room stretcher Griffis of Camp Blanding were hair.A reception was held at the horn of The couple met In Hawaii the summer
and IV poles were recommended united in marriage Saturday Nov. 17, the groom's parents. of 7t. "
by Dave Libby hospital administrator at 3 p.m. in the Chapel at Camp Blan- The bride's table was centered witha
to the Hospital Auxiliary ding.Jack Bowman minister of First wedding cake flanked by punch. h
the Baptist church performed the nup bowl and trays of nuts mints and Class oflMO '!
as top of "need" list for future
4 r tials. chips and dip. Mrs. Dan Griffis cut Planning lUunlon I
I, protects.The Dan Griffis attended his brother as the cake and was assisted by Mrs. 'I
i I recommendation was broughtout best man. Bradford High School class of I960
iI i'r; Larry Mercer.
I 1I iI : at the Auxiliary\general which dinner-met at Gloria Griffis. sister-in-law of the The couple residing In Lake City. will meet Tuesday Dec.4,at 8 p.m. at
meeting Monday night
I I groom>> was matron of honor. The bride attended Portland Community the Garden Restaurant to make plans
the Western Steer Steak House.
The bride wore an aqua mid-length College and Northwest College for the 20th reunion. For further Information
also asked for Auxiliary
1 Libby dress and carried of business In Portland contact Brenda Farnsworth.
, 1 member volunteers to assist in the a bouquet pink of

I emergency room. .- _.... I>.. __ u w do:,_. ...,M>, '-"g_ _............01-..
Ii i ti President Doris Overstreet presided -
over the meeting and stated the
i I new drapes for the old wing are In the

I 1 r Ae process 'of being made. She also ;
Ii i ; stated Mr. Libby gave several

I I members an orientation tour of the PRIEST'S IS TRULYYOUR a
I ; hospital on Nov. 9 and was in hopes
other members would take the tour t:
i ? for orientation purposes. I ,
I : I Effie Carter social chairman. ,
I stated the annual Christmas Tea for
i staff members would be held Friday
I 'dfl.I Dec. 14, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. In the '

L Ltn conference room of the hospital. CJIBISTM.IS l.yF
d i
It was brought out that chicken
W '
! soup has been added to one of the rr '
Io.! "," ,
,.J ', .U" I cote machines in the lobby. The
J'. .' I't cracker and cold drink STORE
I .' machines are showing a profit. It was :i iI i !c
II voted coffee should be raised to 25* a I
I cup. Becky Basford hospitality shop
I chairman reports Christmas items

."... ,.; Mr.and Mrs.Raymond Wilkerson have been added to the stock. Muriel tiYllfiT ?_ ;_ NYLINT ZEE TOYS
'I.* ? Wilson
reported the lobby furniture is
Marie< Hardee and Raymond Wilkerson being refinished and reupholstered. 4.'t. ,. .t.;!; FARM SET HIGHWAY SONO'ZEi \
Mrs. W.H. Thomson and Mrs. PATROL SET -GUN SET A
Elizabeth Walker have been added as ." ; o
'Vled Nov. 10 at United Pentescostal M5.98HANOICRAFT
new members. Ill' 3.98 $3.98MATTEL .ftri.._
Enna Faber gave an Interesting
'United Pentecostal Church in Sheri Waters attended as flower report on the Oct. 29-31 Florida TALKING PRESCHOOL

Starke was the setting of the Saturday girl and Ricky Whitaker was ring- Hospital Auxiliaries Convention heldin FAIRY, QUEEN PHONE LOOK t LISTEN TOYS
Nov. 10 wedding of Marie bearer. Miami at which she and Margie i._ .
Hardee daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Given in marriage by her father the Jones attended as delegates.It '3 98 : Mother, Coot.Soy. .,S .
Luther B. Hardee of Starke to'Raymond bride wore a white satin empire style was voted that future meetings _. The Former Soy { :
F. Wilkerson son of Mr. and gown overlaid with white organza and would start at 6:30: p.m. Instead of 7 OTHER TALKING Print.elia. he. S O A O ;; :v. ,
Mrs. Leon Wilkerson of Lawtey. trimmed with lace. She wore a waist p.m. PHONES .*.t.*4.7OTO/.70_ ether toyi y_".1 O. 7 Rev. Oscar L. Wells performed the length veil and carried a bouquet of y : "
7:30:: p.m. candlelight ceremony roses daisies and pompoms with GAMES BY GAURIEL DOLL COACH 'I
assisted by Rev. Anthony Pemberton. satin streamers.A Woman's ClubPlanning jIE$ H.odech.:4,98 '
Highlighting the altar was an arch reception was held at the church .hn .M ,. ,,. .".k '+ 1Li |\ BySOUTHBEND
of candles' and two candelabras which where Darlene Hardee kept the Sale, .. ,_ 'k \ '9.98 to113.98 e. :
were decorated with an assortment of bride's book at a table where a bud ,. "" \.. DOLL <'; I
hW.nhw n..M .
fl6wcjrjljSharon; vase held an assortment of flowers. Tourand BazaarThe ,S I PLUSH 4 At '6.98
Benita four tiered cake with 'I 't ;
: Teston,organist and A wedding a ANIMALS
{ fountain centered the bride's table MOM OWtl entlVI I GAMES
Turner'soloist, presented a program Club will havea .i/tI I dP' GRAND
Carol Elliott served the cake. .. ..... KUIAN
of-nuptial music. sale Saturday Dec. 8. "OU'.......Ito....... .-... Iw-. ." ,. : PRIX I
Wilkerson served as best Margaret Hardee and Carolyn rummage N.e N 'rr -'''' /
Ravtd( l .... ..... .... '. '
from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. on the comer of IhgI I.r I Ofl tmi d "! 0.4. :: ---,.) ) RACING :
man. Ushers were Dwayne Hardee Hardee presided at the punch bowl. I
awl Earl Wilkerson. Following a wedding trip to North S. Walnut Street and of SR Homes-1O0. will be -D- s 1.19 "AA" 98c '2.98 nw.e ;: SIT
annual Tour
Patricia Whitaker attended asmatron Carolina the couple Is.residing In The Dec. 2 -'1.39 '1.19 0'18.98 No .e 3.98
Raiford. held Sunday. p.m.Club ( *
of honor. Bridesmaids were the Woman's
KAr, .Waters,and JoAnn Jones.They The bride' Is employed at Florida p.m. beginning at THE INCREDIBLE or tl
p. for tea and map of the tour. The i k ? )
w t tired) alike'ln"eml>ire satin; State Prison. 4lr "- { m* ERTL SUPER TRACTORS ,,1.A.it
;1l J.9I'IM ora4 l lqr Correctional The grOCW.iI"&pI'Y..q.p Institution]-"" !"'!12f:!'"} ".-:#'''FeUow tboralstCbuccbbastakaf d'up Hail'oU the twt I IstLntilitis ? .1t"-"IrlJ-'T'; :' !;! ..- t3M fend 400 Ford 1400 :

I 1: completed and landscaped. A mini- "f"fnl1. I W : : '8 14 ,,,.' 0' ', '
: ; bazaar will also be held at the club l' ,0 : I fg.'d0t2tO,210l" l J .98 1A.98 !IV'
Cards fo out / '
Yvonne Hinely and house the same day. Banner,. face, .nOtt..rnil": IKTVl Perm Teyi mr.the.belt.Veu .
: rnrINCMOIILI MUkM(4+OII, neo Hulk.,n...Jvou 1:d '.me can rampaging.! f et th...,et",...r..

: : Berle Seiberlingto Mrs. Leona Dukes, SELCHOW GAMES &ft PUZZLES RIGHTER !i.m. CHESS HASBRO SETS

Wed Dec. 1 Alvin Kirkland Punlet fer Adulti t Children ..

: 98 '1.39-1.59 ? II h 1;;::: 51.29,0'1.98AI.

Yvonne N. Hinely and Berle H. Wed November 1 15 ..Other Ceme Uuuu AI.ether ....... ey H......
Seiberling will be united In marriage

Saturday, Dec I, at 1 p.m. in Mrs* Leona Dukes and Alvin AQUA VtLVA4oz. :
Florahome Methodist Church In Kirkland both of Starke were unitedin PARKER bSki MUSK

Florahome with a reception at 3 p.m. marriage Nov. IS in Kingsland. Ga. BROTHERS JJ. t.to' II.,.
at Sampson Lake Fish Camp,, In the Methodist Church by Rev. 'D I"'h
Yr' ,.' Forest J. Beverly. FAMILY GAMES U. I ( ''!') .- DUMP, A"'h...

The couple are residing at' her home- TiNY TRUCK tso ..

+e Lisa M. Ekard and ;j)a at 617 Pinewood Drive. -soFr I I 2.22 .
I <* On Sunday Nov. 18, Mr. and Mrs. $1 p.98

I J.C. Dukes gave a family dinner party ... .. ACQUA''
Donald Glenn Kelly BOGGLE _
53.98 _.. ..... ... .
for Mr. and Mrs. Kirkland.The 1.1. -. ... -... VELVA
1% centered witha ... .. ..".--' -.-..... -
Wed December15 buffet table was 5.98 r On.e/ ,kr.ly w .- GIFT SITS
..- ..- "-' To fall silk flower arrangement. 010''". Yy u........ n.-.::..:.:...:::..-.-=.:-. ,._ ,0
> Among the 13 attending were Mr. "' '
'"S4>a ed 1-r: Mrs. Norma .Melton The wedding of Lisa Michele and Mrs. Curtis G. Edwards Mr. and \ 1.74 53.96

Mrs'-'lttme: Parsons of Ohio who willbe'ieS Ekard daughter of Mrs. Virginia Mrs. J.W. Dukes and daughters and ...,n'" ." ,,,....... ....
:('ars old In December Sabrina Ekard and the late James E. Ekard of Ronald Kirkland, DOLLS DOLLS DOLLS
Stafford rive months old; standing Starke and Donald Glenn Kelly, son JIII8I' \ PARKER BROTHERS ,........ ........ ,.......-... fo'i i

Mrs. Kob>n Stafford and Leonard of Mr. and Mrs. George D. Kelly Sr \-::--r"- NERF FOOTBALL 1.59 $1.98 $2.98 .I
:.Melton., of Lawtey will take place Saturday. Don Bagwell Honoredby ,,,tougn"he.vv .
I. A foam tootoallthen. *
"' t 3.98u",0 t
Dec. 15, at 7 at the First Baptist ....i.flo pus and: c.. 19.98 41. _
00' p.m. ....., Front $3 98 1
it I lo
F. ,eGenerationsMeet Church Starke with a reception Domlno'sJeam P.rk.b.C.u Gros. Ao. 6 lo grip Adult. e When I It..''.. '. Oolli .MUST hi the Ch...."
following in the church Fellowship

at Melton ]lIa II. .'The Domino's Softball team We Have Everything To cIJ EASY BAKE MINI-WAVE OVEN
All friends and relatives are Invitedto gave .... I
J:1J1J'ifHome attend. their manager. Don Bagwell a dinner TRIM YOUR ,' L...."-. "1 K. .'
Nov. 24 party Friday night. Nov. 16 at the '
r -m 17.98BOXED
111"11a.. W..t.'kt! I'.ll.t', Western Steer Steakhouse. _TR5il1 1 I ... II ., .. .. ,..,. 0),...
Five-generations were representedat and ; .. ..... .
('hrhltlllul.ullcht'OIl: Attending were the 14 players t! _:.:. ... '. "' '''' ''' .h t
'* ,. ... .
an Thanksgiving family getttogether" \\.dnt.lda Ore.3 their husbands. Centering the dining ,.:..:(,:. .:.:;. :.: ..,
Nov. 24 at the
on Saturday, table was a fall arrangement of silk .
horneo.Mr. and Mrs. Otis Mellon 307S. '. W.T. Week. U.D.C. will hold their flowers and foliage donated by Brad G.E. TREE I

Church Street Starke annual Christmas luncheon Wednesday ; ford. Square Florist. 4 LIGHT......SETS...... CHRISTMAS...,
bbr'ifArrS \ Dec. S. at 11:4$ a,m. at the.Holiday The team presented Mr. Bagwell \ re. '6.98 CARDS "
with a Happy Birthday cake and gifts.LLJIa.O.V _.. .... .. ,
Inn. :s- h"....... > M Local 2848 ...
ME .
Mrs. Elzie Sanders will have } ,.,. '998 CHRISTMAS
\:1': ;' : charge of the program. Please make ) 1/ ,_y1t_. "..,.._.....:. __ WRAPPING '1.19 +"se
Installation Dance reservations by calling Mrs. George nr.r/ty .....Sf ...A......... .". w._ten PAPER 2 ".'..,OM.r. ....5.e..4

Roberts. Sr. or Mrs. G.J.'McGnff.Sr.JfMORCLl'B .. RADIO
Fri tI g sows MARX GAMES
7 :
1.w.1 .y, Dec. tAll' _. P. Tommy McLendon of Tallahassee WAGONS .ks..:...... .....- 88" =': t MR. PINBALL
& ..
., visited his parents. Mr.and Mrs. R.P. 101111. ..
of local 2848 ?. '
A'FSCME members
and their fellow state employees are TO MEET DEC. McLendon last week. MOM'8.98TO'24.98 f-.. ..JI k.M?'1.OO. x'1.59ks.:
second annual installa- and Mrs. Elzle Sanders and () :-
invited to the Junior Woman's Club, will meet Judge ":? .,-.
tiorTaance: and 'membership drive Monday Dec 3. at 7:30 p.m. at the family spent Thanksgiving with her "..2'0..1.00 -
kicf.off'party to be held at the !Moose club house. Hostesses will be Becky parents.Mr. and Mrs. H.S.poynter in BICYCLES
LodgeToff SR-l00 east of Starke Fri- Jones and Marie Polk. Jacksonville.Mr. TUB TUG
day"Dec. 7 at 7:30: p.m. on 1:1": *31.98 i.. '42.98 BALL / t BARGE

RWfeshments> will be served and making During Christmas the program items a workshop will be held and Mrs. Holt Craven. Raymer Yv" 4 ..,. .'0..20". '69.98 '2.98 *

mustt-by Wesley Harrison's ,Night, for the Dec.: 0 Mini-Bazaar at( the,M Brown and Mrs. Peggy Beaudrot of .... ., '84 98 4.98.
Tr i ::1J : t. Jacksonville were Sunday guests of .... w. .n' 26' I 4 ,, .. '
An *mbers are urged to attend Woman's Club Tour of Home. ::" Mrs. George Sapp. rtncvcLEs..a.113.98ro'25.98 1't\ .......,......A': :":: Ic
and'SKdw your support for your new "l
officers. Mr. and Mrs. T.H. SladV spent the KMtoMM/1 FOOTBALL AND BASEBALL WOLVERINE' ISIESTII

BIRTHS long families.weekend with Mr. and their Mrs.daughtersand John BANKS L .. & '.*...1..69..98 ,.
... [
? .... ...'21.98
Dl'PMCATE BRIDGE Whechel in Vero Beach and Mf. and .98 lech pm .
f ..... '
CUB itESt'LTSti' Mrs. W.M. O'Brian In Miami. Urwya.r, r r n*,....n-. 2"." l"
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald S. Cobb an FOOTBALLTOY
"Mov -20 results: first Mr. and Mrs.: "- pounce the.birth of a son. Ronald S.\t Mr. and Mrs. Robson Duffy and Mr. CHEST 19.98 -. -";. -'='19.91 "5r24.98? _
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iarlie Riddle second,d.Lucile Green !. Cobb. Jr. born Nov.. I7.at'Shand's' and Mrs. David Byers of Jacksonville
C : third*'. !Marie 5'," Teaching HospiUl.;,'*:*"$I"f;, '.' ?. ..,:. \\I i',;, :' :
aid Ceil Terwillegar: t\were Thursday guests of Mr. and ; You Will Like Shipping With Us,This S ason put 55th Vear'J
Mi1, and Mrs
and Rhea Johnson. Grandparents are Mrs. B.J. Eggers. Th* Eggers also ,
Dent Robert J. Jeffers and Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. John Eg
had as Sunday guest

Mov. 27 results Mr. and Mrs. Cur- .,Worthy Forest Landis Cobb, all and of Lawtey.Henry the late. James gers of Conyers. Ga.. Vjr .VAN H. PRIEST COMPANY :r: ; I A

tI Sanders were first; Rhea Johnsona t 1" Mr.and Mrs.J.D.Odom.;Jr.' ,joineda ;
second Dr. PM..L.
a Lora Francis were Dlinesinger'w'ereS ; family get-together1 Thanksgiving Bf>;:. N v Open On Sunday 11" ';"' .1'

Mrs. James. .. 'r "" '". .j. : Thomson of Doualaiville. I day at the home of their son"in-IaM; II"I'_ ,". If' .''if.T
aid ". .' '' 3.f. and; Mr. and Mrs Larry : }"' 'l:
I (if''' Ga. is spending Thursday to Saturday k daughter ; ,
-_ .,(.,j...: r,., .!" ':IfT'" with his mother Mrs. WH. Thomson. Johnson in Live Oak -1 n J _Ill inimn.imsTBiiTB 1.m 1-[
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PageftA TELEGRAPH November 2*. If7Diane. ,

-- ------s- Bradford County No. 1

In Cancer Quota CollectionsHonoring ,.. ..

the volunteers for Womack. the Beta Club of the Bra..:
American Cancer oeMjr LUtta ford Middle School, Mrs. R.. .
Stump president of the fc owl wilt, Rtt>erdStarfc Golf &tryClu '
gave dinner party Monday eveningat and Lawtey Unlt mite'd.. 7";
." the Fellowship HalL
L Presbyterian Richard Rowe of Palatka, district I

: : m Bradford was honored for being the director, expressed appreciation tI;,
; : first county In the state of Florida to the American Cancer Society for tftr:
reach its quota. Mrs. John Griffin, local activities and hopes that our
treasurer, gave the treasurer' grandchildren wit' be able to live In*..,
report. Mrs. W.H. Thomson receiveda cancer-free socle y. ;

silver Schaeffer pen In appreciation the grout
rr F from the Society: for her work ascrusade Mrs. Riherd
ir rd ; ; chairman.Certificates of appreciation for superior cooperation. In ,
were given! to Mrs. Levon Mrs. Maria Wallace was charge
Andrews Mrs. C.W. Savage, Mrs. of the dinner. r
1 A red and gold color scheme was us ..
Travis Michael GUhooIy, _
woods.Mrs. of ,:
ed in several arrangements
Mrs. meats Franklin Mrs. Juanita
Twin decorated :.
Isaac and J.T. Mur chrysanthemums.
Houston Kelly
brooms were used at the front door
phy. and a large leaf woven of palm fronds

Citations for distinguished service centered with an arrangement of. .- .w
were presented to Mr. and Mrs. strawberries and daisies covered tM

Gilbert Goldwire. Mr. and Mrs. Jim bulletin board. ;. .......,.

.... ...... ....... ...., ." 60..
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Randy and Melaale Wood play with the Ignite Wood family cats. The The tour will aiM feature for public viewing the homes of Donald Ray and Sue /4J(; CofJtfewcfrySL ,: f.l ,T
I Wood home In Country Club Estates adjacent to the Starke Golf and Country Tllley. Joe Reeiie Jess Wolbert. Dr. William Marchece. the new Pine Level -fncI

Club Mill be on the Tour.Home rt Dec. t. BaptUI Church auditorium yu .'.1.

_ Leslie H. Wood, Jr. Home On Woman's Club Tour of Homes Dec. 9 ., lowing ;21 ...H

of the lamps Metallic foil wall The master bedroom and bath is ""
traditional home has a terrace living dining area has a see through one
This of lavendar, blue, green and decorated in a blue color scheme us- Monday Dec. rd x :4m
facing the piney woodland landscaped fireplace which can be enjoyed in the paper ,3 ,
ing flocked metallic wall ., "
silver cover the walls of the girls' paper .
with beautiful flowers, with den at the same time. The den has .
throughout. The two pain of sliding
plenty of room for the family to enjoy built-in book cases and sliding glass bathroom. 11 A.M. 7 P.M. r
doors for closets are mirrors which ;
doors which also offers a lovely view Hal and Randy, twin sons, painted : r!:
outdoor living. the pictures in their nautical make the large room seem even more } .
There la a complete bathroom of the wooded area. The Mediterranean furniture 'd { :
bedroom.The furniture made of anti spacious. Garden Restaurant
Melanie and Dianne twin
located In the nearby garage : :
has double mirrors over the
has double deck beds. The ;
que pine ;
(especially for the children). daughters, share a bedroom. Their dresser.
cross-stitched the white boys made a miniature tree r
the ter.
between grandmother
Sliding glass
decorated with N.F.L. helmets in Blue louvered doors cover the utility
feeing comforters in lavendar on their twin a
and the living room give the -
race shadow box of antique pine. Storage and sewing spaces adjacent to the Conni :line
of the out-of-doors. The spacious beds. She also crocheted lavendar Aewe
kitchen. '
stars, snowflakes and bells for the for toys Is under their identical ben- ru. /,
white Christmas tree. The French ches. Louvered doors are used for the The well Insulated home provides'an
clothes closets. Red, white and blue ideal background for gracious
room Provincial and a furniture wicker lamp complements shade covers the are the colors used by the boys. Southern living and hospitality ...... ..............,.. ... .....,......-

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Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Edwards REGISTER TO WIN
spent Thanksgiving day with their 1--
daughter and family Mr. and Mrs.
Joe Hill in Ocala. DURING ECKERD'S 1000&1 :

Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Norman and : -
sons and David Sapp spent last weekin III STORE CELEBRATIONGrand ;
Clinton Tenn. with Mr. and Mrs.
Junior Harness and Mr. and Mrs. Prize!
J.W Matthews.Mr. .

and Mrs. Marion Eskridge of
Orlando spent Wednesday to Saturday -
with Mr. and Mrs. Homer

)I Stearns.
Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Brannen had

as Thanksgiving day guests Mr and
.__ and son Joshua 1 i
-.. and Lynne Fort of Jacksonville and
Mrs. Jessie Brannen of Barlow.
of choice from Eckerd
8 p. your your
--4 Dr. E.F. Montgomery, Sr., Rev. ..
t cash.
Drug store or $20,000
- ,
E F. Montgomery Jr., Mrs. Horace -
Tolbert, Mrs. George Oldham and
Mrs. Ivan Niblack of Lake City wen'''

I Tuesday,evening dinner guests of the
David Montgomery family 'j'heyalsO
_ attended the presentation of the .11 GENERAL ELECTRIC ;{
Eagle Scout Award to Alan Montgomery INDOOR 1 ::.
afterwards.Miss .
Louise Stern was in Atlanta SPRING EXTENSION I

over the weekend. Sunday, eveningshe SOAP CORDS CC Choose Indoor either set C7 or NO.NO.15 15 Alkaline up now for NO.your 2400B2 battery2nd Stock PRIZE 3rd PRIZE 4th PRIZE 5th PRIZE ?
attended The Virtuoso Pianist a Ice n"Ii'"$ MMDATSUNeti OfTONWHALIft '
concert at Symphony Hall given by Fresh scented 3.5-oz.bar, 6'cord In brown or white. CB Cool Burning set. pOEwGerSedeCghprleSrtmpaasckOIfts. Tqc= ,. ai COLOR! TV fREG
REG. $6.69 CrTAflOtlt uTGN.aaR BOO 0olO'0111 j soaroaoaaOCAs.
Grant Johannesen current presidentof 39 ea. LIMIT 3 REQ. 89 EA. M no CASH; TR,..HiH, OKUM4CASM. ITAMAI .
the Cleveland Institute of Music. PACK) "'" o .tASM ;..:
Monday morning she attended the 3// / 44 OF ... r
99 p.------- .
Master Piano Class given by Mr. 88 t:01l99 5,
Johannesen at Georgia State university BARS 2

He was her former teacher. I I GIANT 1000&1GIVEAWAY 5''

ADi Harry Bryan, wife Lillian and
children Jimmy and Jackie of Pen- I NAME __ ____________ I
sacola were Thanksgiving guests of .
Mr. and Mrs. Walter J. Frick. The I ADDRESS - -- -- I

Jacksonville NAS in two weeks, have SANTA WHITE
:wlt \ I AREA CODE NO -
rented a home on Kingsley Lake. A decoration ----
Black plastic case merry BAVARIAN ;s
for the home. Ta..enaaa.rnlo. -
With matching strap.
Mrs. Marcia Kay Furlong and TI553-10 REQ.$17.99 REQ- n8| PINE 1 $.vw..wma r C4v.ar/o-w ;:"
daughters Deborah and Valarie of -g 39 LIKE I 0 e 'J I9', C.d..I N.g.i.m Mil ECKERDDIUICS I _::
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Gainesville were Sunday visitors of 1488 TREE ,+ vow-aa.aw. h w ..
Mr and Mrs. M.F. Hazen. 1V 4g L
----- DOOR SWAG Aaaemblesinpanels.REG. $49.99 __ _ .I ;>;.1.
The home of Mr. and Mrs. Eldon PRESTOHEATER A 26"festive :
Sapp was the setting for a family reu oreetln.,2.REG.S5.99 > "- OFFICIAL RULES
nion on Thanksgiving day. A covered 3888
dish buffet dinner was served in the Dual element Deluxe IS 1 Register to win by filling out an entry blank available at Eckerd Drugs or "
yard.The approximately 40 attending Portable Heater.NOH16REG. 48 print your name address and telephone number on a piece of paper 2V."
$3'.95 10 II 4Vi and mail to the Eckerd Drug store nearest you. Entries must be received
included Mrs. Heath and Mrs.
Agnes .T by 8.00 .m.Saturday.December 15. 1979 to be lor drawIng .
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Louise Mack of Fort Lauderdale.
3488 ell:;, REPLACEMENTBULBS ( :l 'nt. Winners ol prizes displayed at each store will be drawn from entry
=, III i box at 8:00: p.m on Saturday. December IS. 1979. Winning entries will
Mr. and Mrs. Tillman Hutto of Assorted colors. y r b\! then forwarded to the Jack Eckerd Corporation offices Clearwater,
Jacksonville and Mr.and Mrs.Wayne SETH THOMAS Size C7. Pack of 4 r ; Florida for Grand Prize Drawing at 3 00 p.m.Wednesday December 19
Kinney of Bradenton were Thanksgiving TRAVEL ALARM, REQ $1.19 h 1979.Grand Prize winner will select 1001 different Items-- no two items I
guests of Mrs. Edna Wells and Travatour clocks In /j 1112 OUTDOOR alike..from merchandise in stock" and on display at,,the Eckerd Drug store w
Mrs. Carolyn Redgraves. assorted styles & o z 8S' '; .' 1 nearest winner's home or may accept$$20.000 cash alternative prize.
colors. RED 6.99 I LIGHT SET 4 y No purchase is necessary.You need not be present to win,Winners will be
Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Ritch of Beacon NO.C9 25. notified.All applicable taxes are responsibility of winners.Winners'names
Gainesville were Thanksgivingguests 588 e HEAVY DUTY light set PEG $9.99 I will be posted In stores where required by law.All prizes must be claimed +
of Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Hardy 799 1 January 15. 1980 or prizes are forfeited.Contestants must be 18 years
TREE STAND of age or older to register and win. Employees and IRS dependents of
CNOURREQ Deluxe metal'con employees of the Jack Eckerd Corporation,its subsidiaries and its advertising .
Sen. and Mrs. Charley Johns spent WAN D< strucllonwithwater agency: are Ineligible. Void where prohibited by law. Y

Thanksgiving with their daughter and NO.HB1600REG.$11.99. r well. REQ. $5.99 ,r,: # 'y .. ,
family. Mr. and Mrs. James Cash in WITROECIALR/.ATSOFPIR ,; r
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Orlando.Mr. 9. '
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son. Jerry of with Columbia.his S.C. spent FINAL AmR COST!KtSATt! ..........::7" DELUXE GIFT WRAP .p
Thanksgiving parents. Mr. TREE SKIRT Q Choose from extra- .
and Mrs. G.A.
Decorative accent 0110 32 patterns. r,_ I .
RECORDER REQ. $3.99 '''" k-
Mrs. W.H. Thomson Mrs. James ] for your Christmas 0 _
Blackshear,Mrs.Gerald Moran Mrs. Built-in AC&mlc, tree REQ. $2,69 SONIC .'
Cecelia Terwlllegar and Mrs. Dom wlth> output REG. HASBRO CONTROL
DeSantiago are attending the FFWC
4499 $49 991 VAN
district four President's council 10-LIGHT '"
meeting today, Thursday, at Green ERS ELECTRONIC FIGHTER TRUCKS Remote control vehicle.
Cove Springs KEYSTONE XR308 TREETOP Action toy.Batteries Easy to assemble Batteries not ?
FOOTBALL woi t!Tobrightenyour notincluded.REG, forthepre-achooler. Included x
Mrs. T.W. Stiegler of Lighthouse CAMERA Real game action with ,,: 1 'Christmas. $999 REG. $3.99 REQ$1699
Point. Fla. Is visiting her sister Mrs. Pocket size with bulltIn -N live oame sound REQ. $2.99
Myrwin Long from Tuesday to Thurs flash Uses 110 film. effects. REQ. $24.99 777 299 1'288

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: Mr. and Mrs. R.W. Milner, Jr. and
Beth Francis spent the weekend in
!i" Tallahassee and attended the wedding -
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Mrs. Fred Field of Tampa,Misses THRU. SAT. DEC. 1

Gall Fitzgerald an4..Nvt Jayne
ii: Flynn and Gray Flynn of UF OPEN WEEKDAYS 9 A.M. til 9 P.M. ECKERJ

/ were holiday guests. of Mr and Mrs. SUNDAY 10 A.M. til 7 P.M. (aoonoar] 1lJ'i1IEill[$( DRUGSI
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r 24 Girls and Boys in Saturday's Dream Girl Pageant in National Guard ArmoryTwelve L.I

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new contestants for a total '. : Taylor of Starke and sponsored by r receive a crown banner, flowers, i
of 24 so far, have entered the second .... ... Carter's TV. E j" trophy and ft S cash. First and seconqrunnerstip "
annual Dream Girl Beauty Pageant There are three entries for Little will receive trophies.
which Is Miss Dream Girl, aged 710. New en- .
set for Saturday, Dec. 1, In .
the National Guard Armory on Edwards i or ... ..,1' try this week is Dawn % I I Contestants will be beau.ty
Judged ort
Wang .
I 0 i daughter of Mrs. Brenda of; I ;
Road in Starke. ) i
i, and Girls will
poise personality.
The pageant will begin at 1 p.m. Lake Butler, and sponsored by Handy : "J. ........ \ wear long gowns, boys will wear tl' (
Way Food Previous ,
Stores. "
Admission: is 50 cents at the door. / contestants ". suits. Contestants will each be asked ,
Santa Claus will be a visitor during 1 In are Lisa Burrus 7, daughterof t.-r. one and will model their out-
Mrs.M.A. Jr.of Starke and question i
termission. Photographer R.P. Payne .
fits. No talent Is
McLendon will be present to take pic- Li sponsored by the Looking Glass Styling :: I. necessary. U f
Center in Starke and ,,0 ...
tures of contestants. .. Plata ..., .' M
'-'-- daughter of -
Angela Shannon Davis B
Deadline to enter the 1979 contest ,
Cathy Norman Michael Paula Gueterman Dawn Walling
----- Bryantby ..,........, .. ., ,
The Fishin Shack. Malls Butler, K, daughter of Mr. and <
The Tiny Dream Girl contest.with Mrs. David Gueterman of Keystone {
its four new entrants this week, has a Heights, and Teresa Ann Woody, 17
9 total of 11 so far. New contestants daughter of Mrs. Rachell Williams of;
---- -- -- Esther Starling, 3 daughter of Mr. ,v Lawtey. 0
Lester and Lute Slade and Mrs. Thomas starling of Starke; Winners In. each division will
Teresia Sumner, 3, daughter of Mr.

The Lester Slades and Mrs. Clayton Sumner of Starke; ".....,.. '''''..., ... ,,,,.,
Kelly Sullivan,3, daughter of Mr. and :
Mrs. Douglas Sullivan of Starke, and '
Celebrate 50thAnniversary ..r sponsored the Florida Bank at '
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Starke. and Pamela Forsyth, 8, aloes..:.:,r -rKelly -
Nov. 14 Ester Starling 'leresa' Woodywas daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William V. Joan Butler Teresa Sumner itf" I Sullivan Pamela Forsyte
Forsyth of Starke, and sponsored by r
Lester and Lula Slade of Hampton Wednesday, Nov. 28. Forsyth Plumbing. Previous contestants Chuck and Gayle Davis, and sponsored : :: '

Lake their golden wedding There are four new contestants In are Tosha Suzanne Grace, 4, by Diane s Beauty Shop. ,, .) $ ,
celebrate a surprise supper the Tiny Dream Girl division: Kelly daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Michael C. There are three new entries for the '\.",:.. 1'.1,... Q
Wednesday. Nov. 14, at the Graham Sullivan, 5; Esther Starling 3'*; Grace, and sponsored by Holiday Inn Junior Miss Dream Girl Contest:
Baptist Church. Teresla Sumner, 3, and Pamela For- of Starke; Tammy Jean Starling, 4, Audrie Forsyth 12; Paula Gueter- t
syth, 8. There are two new con- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Craig Starling man 14, and Cathy Norman 15. i
Mr, and Mrs. Slade, life long testants In the Tiny Dream Boy of Starke and sponsored by\The Audrie la.the daughter of Mr. and Daniel Cooney Audrie Forsyth i
residents of Bradford County were DivisionMichael Bryant. 4, and Pastry Shop; Stacy Lee Bryan 4daughter Mrs. William V. Forsyth of Starke I
MichaelBryan and is sponsored by Plumb- I
married Nov. 18. 1929. Daniel Cooney,4. of Mr. and Mrs.
Michael the son of Mr. and Mrs. of Starke and sponsored by ing. Paula Is the daughter of Mr. and Personals
the table Jimmy Bryant of Raiford and spon- Bryan's Gulf Service; Christa Faith Mrs. D.G. Gueterman of Keystone [ I
Centering dining was a
sored by Big A Auto Parts. Daniel lathe Modesitt, SH, daughter of Mr. and Heights. Cathy is the daughter of the "
three-tiered wedding"SO7' cake topped son of Mr.and Mrs.Daniel Cooneyof Mrs. Don Modesitt of Starke, and late Harold Norman and Mr.and Mrs. Ed Dukes of Milton, Mass.spent the Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Wiggins of i <,
with the figure and flanked encircled by Starke and is sponsored by the sponsored by the Florida Bank at Lester Page of Jacksonville and Is weekend with his mother. Mr. Alvin Jacksonville.Mr.and Mrs.Gene Wig- ',
yellow pompoms the by two Bradford County Telegraph. Brian Starke; Leslie Ann Nugent, 3, sponsored by Terwillegar Motors. A Kirkland and Mr. Kirkland. gins of Fairburn, Ga.. Mr. and Mrs. J..
candles. On front of the table
gold Wynn, 3, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne daughter of Leslie and Hannah previous entry in the Junior Miss Don Neel and Mr. and Mrs. Phillip r
was also a large "so" Wynn of Starke and David Prevatt,4, Nugent and sponsored by Mosley's Dream Girl is Kelly Denise Moore, 11, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Montuoro and Nichols were Thanksgiving guests of t
son of Mr. and Mrs.Wayne Prevatt of Tire Co.; Terri Tillman 3, daughterof daughter of Wayne and Cathy Moore daughters of Tampa Mrs. Maxine their parents, Mr.and Mrs. One Wig
Many friends enjoyed the occasion Starke are the two other contestantsin Mr. and Mrs. Randy Tillman and and sponsored by Sun Shine Electric. Hall, Jimmy Hall and daughters and gins. The Gene Wiggins were here for
with),, the couple. the Tiny Dream Boy Contest for sponsored by Sonny's Real Pit Bar-B- Two young ladies have entered the Doris Conway of Gainesville were the long weekend.
ages 3-6. Brian Is sponsored by Que of Jacksonville, and Kerry Fay Miss Dream Girl Division for young Thanksgiving guests of Mr. and Mrs. t,
PigKly-Wlggly. David is sponsored Taylor, 4, daughter of Mrs. Kay women aged 1621. They are Joan Mac Baldwin.USTERINE Miss Vicky Turner and Linn Gillis
of West Palm Beach and Kay Turner
of Jacksonville spent Wednesday to '
Sunday with Mrs. Janet Turner. .1""

Mr. and Mrs. John Greene and son I "..
spent Wednesday to Sunday with her J:
parents, Mr. and Mrs. H.L. Chancey j I .
in Wad.... t. '

Mrs. G.J. McGriff,Sr.was Wednesday -, i '
to Sunday guest of her son and
;11i1 kto family, the McGrlffs, Jr. In
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Thanksgiving holiday guests their .
daughter, Miss Linda Haas and Mark .;
Trimpey of Tampa.

oz sas Mrs. Harriett Carter and son. Jay
of'Austell,Ga. spent the long weekend
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A.G.
Mn.cI"u. Potato Kordite Loudon.

Q f : .a---: 1 tChips LARGE TRASH I/ Mrs.Earl B. Searing had as visitors :
:. last weekend her daughter, Mrs.J.G.
?? --."an,_. :' n Sims and children of St. Mary's Ga.
...." .. LHOfi rM On Monday she had her sister and ,
-. J ... husband, Mr.and Mr. George W. Ar-/ .
y'" .1 r mltage.and her nephew,.Av.. ,
":::.t :::r:... of Lakeland. I .
'1"'"" PLANTERS 33GALLONPEANUT Mrs. Louise Renner was confined in

PLANTERS Bradford Hospital last Wednesday to ,
TRASH Saturday with bronchial pneumonia.Mrs. .

TOOTHPASTE CANDY BAGS and Mrs. Reggie Flynn of j.
MOUTHWASH An old fashioned treat. Plastic construction with Thomasville, Ga spent the weekend
7oz.tube with Fluoride. 18-oz. bottle antiseptic. 8-oz.aerosol 2 types. 8Oz. restackable twin 12-oz. tin. REQ. $1.09 tie-ups. Box of 15. with their parents Mr. and Mrs. I
REG. 69 LIMIT 1 LIMIT 1 : Charles E. Scott In Brooker and Mr. '
and Mrs. George Flynn Jr. in Starke. s

SgeLIMIT119 77eP 69C 790 239'NUT Mrs. One Wiggins Mrs. Don Neel Ii j f I

; and brunch-stork Mrs. Phillip shower Nichols Saturday attended at the a .

Regency Club House In Jacksonville I
for Mrs. Tom Southwell. '

Warren E. Perkins of Gainesville
has been here with his sister, Mrs. \
addition CLAIROL Earl B. Searing for the last three

BLANKET BOWL SET GRILL Brews up to 10 cups.
a f16oz. bottle Gold or blue with NO.CBS700 REQ. $29.99 Miss Kathy Wainwright of Raleigh
I 57 3 types, LIMIT 1 Wooden nut bowl 10"x 17"cast
i. I nylonbinding Full with cracker & WITH SPECIAL N.C. was home visiting friends and
Iron construction. *
== size.REQ.$6.99K49 picks. NO. 610 REG.$8.99 REBATE OFFER I relatives during the Thanksgiving
REG. $6.95 SALE PRICE .... f.1 99 '| Holidays. She will be in Raleigh
SCHICK [99, .8 LESSMFOR.'SMAILIN where she Is in job-training until next

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SUPERIEBLADES REBATE* ....- Supern Twin blade cart. FINAL COST It Mr. and Mrs. Ev Ashton from Montreal -
0 ridges. Pack of 5. AFTER OC99 Canada have been recent
LIMIT 1 _REBATE_ .._., y_ guests of Mr.and Mrs.Drew Reddish.
Mr. Ashton is with DuPont Canada. '

honored with a birthday dinner
ANTISEPTIC SPRAY ACCESSORIES COMBINATION 4-slice"Select- recently) at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
6-oz.bottle with Long sleeve crew Choose from our Ronic cofor con- Drew Reddish. Enjoying the affair
tltbiaeeptli 129 sprayer. 2 types. neck. Assorted j I largeassortment.t handle 4 E255 trol. NO.$21.99 T5228 with her were Mr. and Mrs. W.R.
REQ. $7 99 .
LIMIT 1 colors f., splnrod. Royster Jr. and son Mike, N.
REQ. $5.4sizes. 88 "r '99HAMILTON Augusta, S.C., Mr. and Mrs. Bill Edwards
88"- 699 20PCi. Kingsley Lake and Mrs.Grace
.CUTEX 3 (; I Norris, Starke.

3-oz. bottle.regular :.zr .- Mr. and Mrs. Stan Reddish of Tampa -'
i type. LIMIT 1 ,were Thanksgiving holiday
-.'*.'if" : 29. SCRUNGESCOURING DECORATIVEOIL PLANO BEACH of their parents,Mr.and Mrs.Vent

\ TACKLE BOX SLOW Lewis Kingsley Lake and Mr. and
Mrs. Drew Reddish.
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AFTERSHAVE Scours without s fl / Princess Ann construction.NO. 2000 Economical with i' .................................. .

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I" 2 Cologne.Amber color LIMIT 2t1 Included. NO.443 v WE'RE SORRY ;.
ql collectors LIMIT 1 PEG.$409 REO.$11.99 +
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PRINCE MATCHABELLI time. Thoughtfulness was ex- f

CACHET COLOGNE pressed through food flowers and >at\

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STOOL Stainless bail bearings -' BED In last week's paper. The last '
BOX for quiet per name should be Stables, not Slater. '

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ya, ,l' i'' d. 4yg } na Klvlng: March of Dim*.:
d Senior Citizens of Hampton enjoyed Mrs. Rena Staff of Lake: qty en- 4
pre-Thenksgivlng luncheon Nov. 20 thused the children In the March of
when Connie dark, principal of Dimes when she showed a film to all
I It t q Hampton Elementary School, Packets were
brought them delicious turkey dinners distributed,for pledges! the WalkAThon -
i with all the trimmings. The scheduled for next Tuesday at rl
, meals were prepared by School tho school. Children will walk a mile \ f
Cafeteria Manager, Mrs. Blonnie or more around school grounds
r rI ; Derkman, and her coworkers.
rI I l/4 ( Seventh grade girls who were Hampton Lake News
I & brought to the City Hall by their
to set Thanksgiving.
\ teacher Mrs. Carole Stevenson :
I ( up tables and serve the lunches to 32 Debbie Biaz had a double celebration -
Ii II i ; ft community members were: Regina Nov. 22 when she also celebratedher
4 A d Cannavo. Stephanie Redding, Tracy 17th birthday. Besides her
I I Bees, Michelle Rahme, Brenda parents, Mr.and Mrs. Bernardo Bias,
I I 1n; Bawek, Donna Dorminey and Becky Bernard and Tracy her grandparents .
Young. Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Perea
t L __._ .. .. .... | Bum Hiimninji>nmBjMiiirn>nwiiinmnwiiiriniifinii iiiiiiifliiMilifiii *MMMI The girls enjoyed this experienceand of Orlando Mr. and Mrs. Uoyd Llall
7 appreciated the note of thanks of Miami and Lillian UaU,a University -
II II I 1 5- Grade Chorus Entertains Hampton Parents given them by the president of the of Florida Zoology student, all enjoyed -
Hampton Senior Citizens Club, Mrs. the day with her. She II also
(Kin land i sixth grade students at Hampton Elementary formed a chorus Ban Regina Cannavo. Darren Whllehi.tad Julie hall Frank Sheffield andrinMarlene Evelyn Vaughan. happy to have recently acquired her
under director Billy McRae and sang for their parent Nov. IS In a crowded Wayne Voungblood. On this Tuesday also a number of official driver's license!
audi. IteHum. Third raw Donald Jordan Mike Godv Jody Wadsworth. Brett Russell.. Andy 8 mith.Amy Clark Irving Mires Jr.. delicious turkey lunch. Seventh family of Jacksonville spent
Seatid (l-ri Ann Baker. Tammy Peeples. Shannon Ford. Dawn Anfuso. Brenda Curtis Melissa Williams. Steven Sheppard. Julie Uormlney.rown graders who set tables and assisted in Thanksgiving with his parents Mr.
Frank H Rahme Kim Smith. Randall Gllsson, Stacey Paladtoo. Roger Green Fourth rows Ken Crawford Robin Dshberger. ; ,';Tammy Rhoden. Tonya lie,- serving were: Ann Baker, Teresa and Mrs. James Nessmtih.
KlrkM hums, Paul Bawek. Leslie Brown Sandra Mellon! Laurie Whitehead Andrew Timmons. Mona Croll,Jerome Mitchell. Alan Rogers.Jackie Melton, Elizabeth Ryan Barbara Mr. and Mrs. Harold Crawford
Leslie McKlnney, Jane Meres and Justin Wadsworth. Mitchell. Donna Dorminey Elizabeth Ity Timothy Lrlth. Billy Bauldre and Phillips, Angela Thomas Robyn spent Thanksgiving visiting relativesin

8ecoU| rows Howard Underwood. Patricia Scott Christine' Sherwbi, Teresa Melton. Brown, Christine Sherwin Lori Mix- DeLand.
Slephrtue Redding Michelle Rahmes Becky Young Brenda Bawek Tracy }Mrs.. Carol Stephenson Hampton Elen.tentary teacher, was pianist. on and Marie Innocent. Teresa and Billy Bauldree spent the
I Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Wadsworth and weekend with their sister and
II I family enjoyed Thanksgiving dinnerat brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Thur-
the home of her parents Mr. and man Cutchins, at Marianna.
,III Bojjiby Anderson to Receive High Honor in Masonry Mrs. Joe Sullivan of Waldo. Her
brother and family Mr. and Mrs. Hampton News

RobcH' J. (Bobby) Anderson of Worth Scottish Rite Temple. The member of the Scottish Rite bodies Bobby Sullivan of St. Augustine and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Frieze, Sandy
Lawte\| has been selected to receive honor Is the final one conferred before Consistory Jacksonville, Florida, andthe Mrs. Jack Reed also were there for and Glenn spent Thanksgiving with f L,
one oil the highest honors given to- becoming a 33rd degree Mason. York Rite James Yeager ChapterNo. the visit and meal. Mr and Mrs. John Kuykendall and \
Free Mtosons, the Knight Commander 62 of Lawtey; Morocco Temple, Mr. and Mrs. William Schaub of Mr, and Mrs. Mickey McMillan in :
of the < curt of Honour In the Mother The honor is for Anderson's love of Jacksonville, and the Starke Shrine Crescent City had Thursday turkey Lake City. ;
Swprenj a Council of the World. Masonry in general, Scottish Rite in Club. He Is also a member of the dinner with her sister,Mrs.Josephine Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sheffield, and .)
particular, and his concern and love DAV, VFW, and the Florida Sheriff's Fontaine and JoAnne. Reunion in l'
family, enjoyed a Family
An 1 Injviestiture and conferral will be for his fellowman. Association. Mr. and Mrs. John Bawek Brenda "
held SJ iiirday, Dec. 1, In the Lake Anderson is a 32nd degree Mason a Anderson Is member of the New and Paul, spent the weekend with her Lake imately City 200 Thanksgiving relatives Day Joined Appro-them ,'.

,0_ __ dO. ... .... ..., dU..,..........,. River Congregational Methodist parents, Mr. and Mrs. Otis MlllenbirleOrlando. therel! ?
4 Church. lie has been a member of the In those Thanksgiv
.,, S. rl 8th Masonic District and the Raiford, Mr. and Mrs. George Falrcloth of ing Among with Mr and spending Mrs. E.W. Hodges ""i
lodge F&AM No. 82 for the past 22 Tampa spent Thanksgiving weekend Jr., were Mr. and Mrs. E.W. Hodges,
years. He now serves the Raiford with her daughter and family, Mr. Sr., of Brooker Mr. and Mrs. Jim
Lodge as chaplain. He was Worshipful and Mrs. Kenneth Crawford. Mrs. Rowe and Jenny of Jacksonville, Mr. .
Master In 1987 and 1973 and has Ann Young and daughter; Becky: and Mrs. Glen Davis Tammy and ,;
5 i served on several committees'' appointed a; joined them for the big dinner. Chris of Orange Park Mr. and Mrs. i
by the Grand Lodge of ? Ann Baker spent the long weekend Richard Hunt and Tina, Mrs. Valelta
Florida for the 8th Masonic District.A with Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Hulsey and Lovelace, Mr. and Mrs. Randy
statewioVsemlnar will also be r family of Starke. Hodges and George all]of Gainesville, I
held Dec. 1 and a banquet will honor ,........ Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Dorminey and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Morgan of
Anderson and Chester W. Wright who Bobby Anderson family spent Thanksgiving Day with Starke, Mr. and Mrs. Mark Hodges,
will be celebrating SO years of having Masonic Honor Recipient both their parents and other relativesIn and Aimee Hodges of Starke.
been a 33rd degree Mason. Douglas, Ga. Mr. and Mrs. Robbie Shaller of
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Davis Cindy and Starke Joined the Paul Meng familyfor
Brian, had Thanksgiving meals with
Thanksgiving Dinner.
Vegetable Growers to Meet Tuesdayto the Davis family in Starke and the On Saturday, Mr. and Mrs. Bob
David Brown family.Mr. Perry of Columbus Ohio, arrived to
rt conduct question and answer session and Mrs. C.W. Melton Sr., and
t Area vegetable growers are Invitedto three days with Mr. and Mrs.
; meet Tuesday Dec. 4, at 7:30 p.m. on vegetable production and family, Mr. and Mrs. L.L. Melton Paul Meng and family. Also Joining
in Brooker Elementary School to marketing. spent Thursday with Mr.and Mrs. Irvin them were Mrs. Phyllis McClure
I I e i discuss production, marketing, and Members of the American McConaghy and family of Kasey and Ryan of Tampa who are
and the firm '
t increasing acreage 'according to' Vegetable Cooperative Gainesville spending a week visiting here. Others
Market Manager Bobby Allen. of A. Duda&Sons, Inc. will be presentto C.W. Melton, Jr. and his friend enjoying the visiting were Mr. and !
landwicheii discuss: their future operation in Mike Munoz, of Ft. Stewart Ga., enjoyed Mrs. Bill Meng, Dana and Michael of
/ I Dr. James Montelaro, extension North Florida hand of increasingthe the Thanksgiving weekend with St. Pete Carlton, Angela, and Joyce '
vegetable crop specialist with the acreage through the his parents and other relatives. Meng of Jack5onyilleMMcftn4Mrs.Theron ; : .
Ummwity. o< Florida,,..rUitbwyresent.s,,,* Brooker.market.; .. .A t\llel\"ay. 'f'1" 0 ,.,, lift and Mrs. Lonnie enjoyed Hunter; Adam and Renee of I ,1
? y) Stephanie and Andy, Keystone Heights, and Mr. and Mrs. .

...more on Laivtey (f from page I A) Mr.Thanksgiving and Mrs. Lonnie Day with Redding his parents, Sr., in neighbors.Randy Scoggins and April, their ''

budget. Copies of the budget were Scott says hiring a second Lawtey. On Saturday they visited Mr. Fran Meng returned home Thursday {
given to the chief and to city attorney policeman to earn his salary would and Mrs. Jim Williams.Mr. night following five days with his ;.,
I I 1 I 1 1a Richard Welty, but no funds were turn Lawtey Into a speed trap. Scott and Mrs. David Brown and mother, Mrs. Freda Meng. who
available to place a second: policmanon said he, as chairman of the council Mrs. Mary Beckham spent five recent underwent surgery at St. Vlncent's t
the city payroll, Scott said. cast the/deciding vote to adopt the days with her sister Mrs. Mildred Hospital In Toledo. Ohio. \i
Chief Jordan says Carter would budget as presented when the councU: Hannon of Ft Pierce. They brought Mrs. Fernando Perelra left by Amtrak i)
have earned more than his salary in deadlocked 22. along home some delicious citrus on Tuesday for her home in
liner The differences grew when Chief fruit. Newark, New Jersey, 'after being a
v r Jordan wanted former CETA guest for three,, days at the.Francis j
patrolman Dave Huber fired but the Birthdays* Meng home. ,
BRADF09D SQUARE FLORIST city council refused to fire the CETA Brian and Cindy Davis had a joint ,. .
Be < Ea to go on his CETA contract. Instead, patents Mr. and Mrs. Ed Davis. Turkey ShootSponsored
.j Stance Huber was transferred to the Fire Brian was 8 years old no Nov. 13, and
I .301 { PROFESSIONALS Department for the final three weeksof Cindy celebrated her 7th birthdayNov. '
Ii i II 984-7954 his CETA time and his contractwas 28.Brandy. by ;
I, t not renewed. Phillips was 9 years old
.I Huber, 26, then qualified to run Nov. 21.Michael. : {
t, ..jagainst his former boss. Godwin turned 11 Nov. 22.: KLPOA Dec. 5
Stacy Rhoden celebrated:. her 8th ','
birthday Nov. 24.
'Little Angel NurseryChild Wayne Youngblood enjoyed his 12th A Turkey Shoot will be sponsored ,,
birthday Nov. 24 with his parents, by the Klnli sley Lake, Property :'
Cor*-6 mo.-'yr_. Owners Association all Saturday,
: day
grandparents, ,aunts, uncles and
I Horn ,, W. will Loth your child the basin to cousins. Dec. 8, on the lot in back of the former "
ELUed .nl.r tchoal. Hot m.alt provided. Lu's Tavern building at Kingsley .
School News Lake. The public is invited to attend
fop.rlad and trained t.ocher in Aimee Hodges had a happy day at and participate in this event. :
I II I child,( car. and art.4 roll...Trained. nulrl'* school Nov. 20 when she learned she The KLPOA Christmas Party and !
It t tlorla/* had a baby brother born at Alachua covered dish supper will be held at the
: General Hospital Little Andrew Dean Kingsley Lake civic: center at 6 p.m. k
1109 North KelUr St. Stark Brown weighed 7 lbs 7 oz. He and his Saturday, Dec. IS. A gift exchange .
mother came home on ThanksgivingDayl presided over by Santa Claus will be
*Al .. Phon. <* held during the evening. Each person
I I 964-8187J.... I," :'J 9&4-8940 attending asked to bring a gift forman
or woman, not exceeding $2

\ : 5lf SI: II Missions value. Offering

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RICE r, .1))'<' .' A y, .,''..Membership. Dec.Drive 7 1:30 Kickoff: p.m&tit Installation? s.ra., Maas.' Coda Set Dec. 2-9 I.I I.'

Food S Drink MUSIC iy-mOMTTHAiir an tOO t..t. ,

00' CAN AFFORD :: i ii Furnished""" !j>r. Ing The and annual Prayer Foreign emphasis Missions has been Offer-set :; I t;, ,
'" -, by First Baptist Church of Starke for \ i, ;"
,_ .. . 0 ._ ., 'D, I ;" the week of December 2-9. The "- t s-" -
j i OLD FASHIONEDGOSPEL amount set as a goal to be collected ,
.. . p, l.wif;c \ .: during the month of December for the

\ If You Buy A New Home Before: ,You.' Check".: I .... TENTREVIVAL '.'>',? ; support 250000.The Lottie of Moon foreign Foreign missions Missions\ Is .' ." !

goal for the 37,000 Southern j" t
.. Offering : '"
!. *. '" : *: ., .. ,,' This ; '{ 'j
Churches Ia |
; The, All New 'X". ''j j19SO ,,, .'.,.h.,,..... ".; offering Baptist helps support 40500000.more than 2,900 ;1 i

', 4-. '" 1 ,"t'iI' \ *" missionaries serving 9 countries ;: ',> ;;. "
'; 'around the world. It is almost half of i itw ;

FleetWood Stone Ridge 'a'ai' 1 total foreign missions budget for ; r'

6* .. ., ::';; :1') R. D. Wilson Familyf 'I \j ; Use The year Christmas offering named in 1 1i j ','j',

j i' From John Brown You'll I Be Sorry. ,4 < ,rt Mi .J; Johnny Kitchens Family'Across. .' honor missionary of Miss to Lottie China Moon for who nearly was 40 a i''';,w. :,

i J: DEC. 1 '-, DEC. 14 :; :, i:;C: years.until her She death lived in,in China 1912.from In 1918 1874 ',/ :s. "1 ed.
Proud Of. ,
You'll Be .
The Quality Something Southern Baptista decided to receive .':a''1,'
an annual offering called: the Lottie '
7:30: .P .M. Moon Christmas Offering. Over 403 ,
0,. million dollars have'been received !,;,
I ;: From Farmers Market through special Christmas offerings ',
JOHN BROWN'SMOBILE since It began.' : 1,1
;" ,' v!: ; On,.Hwy" 301 North "., .1 First Baptist ha*'a strong tradition
+ ,, of support for missions various .
CENTERKeystone '
HOME f' SpecialSinging oSpIrltualGHts '''
baste of 1't
ways. Beyond the goal qi ,
$2,50000 Is the challenge: goal of :, : :,
,)",W, ,.Jesus_Exalted' .:/1 270000. The'emphasis this year by I'"' ?.In: r:
*, the church: is for very member to be,, "' -J.
Height : Everyone Welcome\";,"... .,t!< T '1,11 \ .'," Involved,. .K 10 ":s'r',,1
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.",I h.' .,
> c.': ',;. ,, .'',"" ... { Winter Term Sept i" .
) "'",I{4," ,j.' I"; p: : Registration for Santa Fe Community College ',: ''I 1 I

," ."'"' ._ .. -- i Registration for UM WWtapB rm of Gainesville. No appointment fanecessary. classes(UnrJmflm cUsnos for tha Om" Another offerinS.
'iJr' ... ---
Santa Fe Community C6JHt will be time on Friday evening), there iaatoo. .to the courae in ; ;
held at the SFCC office bUJadford The Winter Term run from a morning humanities credit court ciples and 01'-1'( :
High School next Wednesday and 18. (Major Religions of the Twentieth Friday evening
Thursday, Dec. 5 and 6. Applications art! still being accepted Century) on Monday and Wednesday Real) which: la ... .
r for new students for the Winter from 10:30 a.m to 11:43 a.m., and an Estate aajesman's Hc J
The office will be open fo?registration Term. Academic and financial aid afternoon course of Aerobic exercise For more information, stop )
'tom from a a.m. to 4 p.m.both day, counseling are available to new and for women (Wednesday from S p.m Santa Fe Office (op:tX11thStarke \; ,
I with an evening session from,6 p.m. to old students', to 7 p.m.), from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.) or call !
a s. T 8 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 6. f': According to pr. Bernie McFadden
Students may reglsler-: or the 16 this .is the largest and most varied
i courses offered in Stark as well as.. schedule: ever offered In Starke. In addition

,j. those offered at the main campus, In to'a large number of evening I e to" truc S. .

3 3J 3r l'' ,tth.OHIc.ShoI ',' '
p W.Call SI. A pair of great gift Ideas built In the 505' 1;,. i r
Cempl"f.l.nlaa \T"- NAPA tradition of quality. The all new "
Hallmark Cards and Gifts 4x4 pickup features the same I

.-.-.-.-.--..--..-.-.-....u......-.-.-.-.-.-..-.-.-...-....-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.,.-.-.-.-...._._...,._........_._._._._. I seamed-edgesteelconetructlon l r------ 1
+I as Its big brother, the 18 J '
December 4, 1979 At I
Legate wheeler. Both trucks are highly
PUBLIC NOTICE which lima and place all ', I
detailed with windows, complete Interiors,
Th. School Boord of bids received will be
V 0-Tecl. Students Win Awards at lax Fair Bradford County, Slorka, Temple Avenue, Starka, publicly opened and trim and non-toxic exterior finishes. Toys built In # ,,
Florida will hold a Public Florida' read aloud on the follow. the tradition of superior quality at a fair price. :" J
Mooring on consideration This is In compliance Ing I
of propotad additions with Florida Statutes, TO TEAR DOWN OR '
tt Inner of Award of Merit at the Jacksonville Fair are Bradford-Union Vo- lo School Board Chopt.r 120-53 as REMOVE THE OLD *12 OS ',.':' : i
Tech students Tammy Borer for her !Mexican dwarf tree cactus (II..rll, Brett Rul. 6200 'In regard lotha enacted by the 1974 POLICE STATION BLOCK ,. :, i i0eIInty
Perry was' a sweepulake' runner-up for his Afro Jew center: ),and Kay Swisher Secondary Laval Examination Florida Legislature. BUILDING ADJOININGTHE Q1i AlTOfAO11YEPAAT4! '
won, an Award of Merit for her coleti: (Irl/ChU.Other merit award winners not pictured Program. This ft/Thomas I, Casey OLD CITY H"'LL.5UCCESSFUL L 'er'Lt/MM IrrTle :1' I'.: )
are Tina Baile). puny tail palm; and Usa Padillo. euphoria. public hearing will ba Jr., Superlntendenl of BIDDER,
held, December 17. 1979 Schools. ll/2tchg 12/6. TAKES All J JI
ol 7 p.m., in the School The sold city reserves I
Ui"nr"oU.. Instructor of the horticulture claw, said Mudent win I
Board Room of the County the right to accept or reject @ @ II
komrlhing at the fain. They love ue." she aid with a grin. School Administrative any or all bids. I
The student will be packing their plant up again for the state fair beginning Offices. 582 N. Temple CALL FOR BIDS CITY COMMISSION OF Motor Parts Co. Inc. ; : ':" ;
.'rb. 6 in Tampa. Avenue, Starka. Florida Sealed bids will b. CITY OF STARKE, NAPA Starke ,
Copies of this proposed received by the City FLORIDA r : : )
addition to Board Rule Commission of the Cityof Byi: /s/Merrlll Ed. 155 W. Brownies ,
t "Small minds can never handle 6200 may ba obtained Stork., Florida, al the words City Clark, Itchg Static 964.6060 ::
from the Superinten City Hall until 7:00 11/29. ,
Lunch :Menu Dec. 3.7 great themes. St. Jerome ,
dent's office on North p m. on Tuesday
Bradford County Middle

School and All I
Elementary Schools --1

Monday. Dec. 3: Hamburger gravy,
mashed potatoes green beans, Nick's Lawn Service 10th 1980
peaches hot rolls milk ..,,. Ei
Tuesday Dec.: I: Fish portions, & Landscape W INSTANT WINNER 1 1 1 ( OLDSMOBILEWINNER \
cheese grits, mustard greens, fruit '
cup cornbread, milk Yard Clean-Outs,
VWrfnrs>'. l)ec.: S: Beef vegetable
soup peanut butter & jelly; sandwich, Monthly Lawn Service, .
apple crisp: saltines milk J1 Mm COMr A I IT WITH f HI WINNING
Thursday. U('(.6: Bar-B-Cuedbeefon Sprinkler Systems. NUMIERS FOSTf IN IACH STOHI
bun. buttered corn, cabbage slaw,
strawberry shortcake, milk. P. O. Box 773 BETTY MORROIjl.f
Krida). Dec. 7: Fried chicken, mash / JACKSONVILLELA.ENTER .
ed potatoes & gravy, buttered green Starke '.10 00.00 WINNERS Ml OITMtl' AT ITOIII E _
peas, fruit jello, hot rolls milk. 782.3354 ... NMHT -
Piof tball 5' ;: OUR 1980 OLDS


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I the BUS gym (tickets $1.00 for students I.
.. :3 I'.M. BLOTS JV HASKKTBVI.I The J.V. Team faces Eastside alI 2 risfluad
home 'llllllp-
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SKMOKS:: : Last day to turn in your Baby pictures for the Annual. Mrs. '
I Patterson is collecting them. SWEET ... ....-
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_ Tuesday, Dec. I ,rtf Stlyt Fresh Florida Celery 2 suns' !5ttM;('ncqs ....
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HI:: I'.M. JV ROTS IIt\SK.TIi\I.I. against Bishop Kenny home. r Fresh 'f -d II'1
aIn California Cauliflower MM, t, 01.- .;
N I'.M.I BOYSltSln' n\sKI-TlUI.I.: against Bishop Kenny home a'
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Wednesday Dec. I S 3 9 M EARS 10 129 'Chef Size Potatoes uIMINIUMMI ,.4 J"' ,..."' ,...

LB FOR L Fresh ulIMM ;.w.waAYa
Pictures Yellow Onions "' ..
11:1"1! .\.M.I :lU':: I'.M. Cl.l'B AND: SKMOK:: SL'I'KIU.ATIVE:
scheduled throughout the day 400 A la SAVE 40C? aAYf 304 -S.t41:)a9M:
Country Stand Mushrooms u 1'0''WO'
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Fresh Slaw or Salad trLr9! ; :. 'M

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LONG & SHORT ,IM.<. : 79'c fOlD % King Size Bread *.1\ :
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HOE pillsbury
i Tillers Shredders ,wnmtouiiuinAaraniSpaehetti, MNUM' Musselman's. Apple Sauce 2'$18;
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+satwwtas4 14aard'daseNlaalraeb"17 t1rear''''' StarKe Elementary School News '. ,..-c-.c=eNAIrr1trlllgaewast"iPeE4'n'.1\" 11II.cH. I C '\

Date la rememberMonday. tea. W* were very JII'OUd'of then Jenkins' second class .. --
: Dec.bed cards wtUto youngsters and thelwalk the one* that Stephen*, fWa Meleeto and Erie MukParado: David Floyd and WIllIe Hankerson made grade a perfect spelling Taety !r1L rTi reae BaldwhtAirs.
hott&TlMse thee.Their
child brtSifi pas paled -a- Walton. RobImonCalebrating test grade last week. Marie Green
tt. attached signature and comm effort will certainly be appreciated' Mrs. Tetotone's class had a popcorn birthdays this month in and Lisa Green are celebrating birthdays I
t' rttp back to the homeroom by the children In need of the dona party on Tuesday before Thanksgiving Mrs. Winkler's second grade class this month. .
tdachel( I tion. holidays. Christmas records werebrought are Dwight Knowles, Gayle? Douglas, j jii'
'Wednesday Jan. it-There will be in and enjoyed. Stories were Tori Kelly and Angela Parrish. We In Mrs. Vellenga-DeSue'i class the In Wainwright-Adams' first
school, for teachers and students on Class News told by Lesley Padgett, a student in were happy to add two new students children won a popcorn and movie lata the children have finished (
this day Bradford County schools will The TMR and EMR classes of Mrs. Tetstone's room. this month.They are Deitra Williams party. The class earned 2000 points sonalized alphabet books. (
making; { up for hurricane David. Starke Elementary would like to kindly Students celebrating a birthday in and Aubry Watkins Both students arrived over a two week period and the party I 4111 te* were given to the
thank McDonalds, the Klwanls Nov from Mrs. Gay's room are from Jacksonville was given on Tuesday before student*for their workmanship on the ;
The PTA would like to thank alt of club, Women's and Junior Women's Samuel Norris, Douglas Holland From Mrs. Grlffis and Mrs. Thanksgiving holidays we were books rnvitmrauxsrweeh
the members and parents for their Clubs and all that were concerned \
hard.Work In making the Halloween with making the Special Olympics a .
carnival m success.fgrhere success. A very special thanks goes to sssicrlslem eh....csaaslcsea tFearcr.A cN St. Edwards Church News .........- .. -.cMIIIIIIIHMIIII

will be a Christmas programow.Tuesday Mary Strong and her staff who were Ba.... ... ., ed in lace and crewel embroideredwith
,Dec. 18, at 7:30: p.m. The instrumental in organiaalng the ------ ; the Baptismal symbol, dated
program will be under the direction of events. The Annual St. Edward's Bazaar .Donna Samons was In charge of the "candle and Baptismal cloth used during Nov 22, 1q79.Also embroidered on the
<*1r music teacher, Mrs. LaVon The following students participatedIn will be held at the Wlnn Dixie en- decorations. the Baptism. The cloth, a gift of cloth were Sacramental symbols of
Drivas.. Mrs. Drivas and all her the run, dribble and shot contest trance on Friday and Saturday of this Following the Mass parishioners St.Edward's Altar Society,was made Holy Communion, Confirmation, and
students who are in the play are work and received a first prize ribbon: week from 9:00 a.m.; until 4:00: p.m. brought to the altAr their gifts of can by Mrs.Antoinette Coas and Mrs Bet Matrimony,with space provided to be
ijig 'Very hard. The scenery is being Henry Wilkes, Tony Meleclo, Albert Featured items are hand made gift ned and boxed staple items for ty DazlnsU. It was of white linen edg- inscribed at the appropriate dates.
made during art time in the Baugess Bobby WUlingham and Bobby and novelty Items suitable for distribution to the needy, __........ .,
classrooms'I of kindergarten through Jackson from Mrs. Long's class, Christmas presents. The baked goods

fifth grade Please remember' tocome booth will also feature candies and Christening NII C.-c......a BassPiasters -.. I Iby
and enjoy our play! Mrs. Coodall's fourth grade Math Jellies.Prizes.
.iWe want to give a special classes made paper plate turkeys for of$100 and a hand crochetedbed After Mass on Thanksgiving Day.
'!THANKS" to all| of our volunteerswho their Thanksgiving project. Each spread will be given away on Nicholas Charles O'Neal received the Nell Crawford They sure worked hard for their
have given so much of turkey was Judged on workmanshipand Saturday at 4:00: o'clock.Thanksgiving. Sacrament of Baptism. Reverend catch. Sure glad to see Red get some
themselves. We have accumulated originality. The prizes given were Father Martin Jung was the Saturday, Nov. 17 Bradford of that spotlight
968 hours of volunteer time since the McDonald gift certificates and coloring celebrant. Nicholas' was born on Bassmasters held their November In winning this tournament, and
beginning of school. Our children calendars. The winners were Ike November and Is the son of Darrell Tournament on Rodman. also landing the largest bass, The
have really enjoyed seeing volunteers Pernell, Jenny Dayan David Fields, On Thursday a special Thanksgiving and Maura O'Neal of Starke. His Boats were launched at Kenwood Fishin Shack presented Don with a
coming in. Jerry Southard, Randall Polk, Tray Mass was celebrated at St. Ed- sister. Is Molly Rebecca. Landing. Tournament began at 6:30 $40.00 gift certificate.
6The! ,March of Dimes mini walk-a- -Sturgis, Robert Simmons and Dewey- wards Catholic Church bytnepastorf-; Margaret McCarty, aunt of the.hv --=ems and ended at 4 p.m. This is very nice of the Fishin Shackto
'"Inon wa*< a /great success at our Williams. Reverend Father Martin Jung. fant, acted as godmother'I1: e"godfather The Corps of Engineers has raised do this.The .
school. 134. students from grades In Joy Tetstone's second grade Richard Pernlni served as l lector at Is Nicholas' uncle, Mark Mc the water back to the normal level. December Tournament will be
kindergarten through third par. class Super Spellers on Nov. 16 were the Mass. Gift bearers were Jamie Carty. They are supposed to lower it again Saturday, December 1 and will be at
tCipated.{ $765 was donated to our Tommy Balkcom, Lisa Brown, Derrick and Alicia Griffis. Mrs. Antoinette Also attending the Christening were ,the latter part of December. Rodman. Boats will be launched at
students for the March of Dimes. The Long,Robert Hankerson Freddy Coal was the organist. Nicholas' grandparents.. George and Most of the Bassmasters had a Kenwood, tournament will begin at
winners were: Kindergarten,Michael Cain, Vickie McFarlane Ababa Manning Decorations In the church consistedof Peggy McCarty and their children, rough day on Rodman. 6:30 a.m. and end at 4 p.m.
Crawford; first grade, Corey Griffin: Lesley Padgett, Rachel Tyson, assortments of colored leaves. Galen Monica and Joseph McCartyall Dale Johns says he tried everythingin Looking forward to seeing all you
second grade, Greg Thomas and third Jennifer Williams, Cris Dinkins Beneath the altar was a large cornucopia of Clearwater. his tackle box. Bassmasters at this tournament.Don .
grade, Karen Morgan. Greg Thomas Train Blye, Adrian Mosley, Tiffany overflowing with fruits, Following the ceremony Nicholaswas The water is awfully clear in Rod Thompson told me he went ,.
was;the overall winner. He collected Clark Yon>>( Sue Hankerson, David vegetables,nuts and pine cones.: Miss presented with the Baptismal man, and Nov. 17 was one of those upriver to Eureka and fished the swift ,.
clear warm days.At water using a chocolate worm, so my'' r1;
four P.M. all Bassmasters guess Is that if he tells his fish tales "
returned to Kenwood for the weigh-in. like most fishermen, you had better .'
After all Bassmasters had weighed go downriver and use a vanilla or
their catch, Don Thompson was the lemon worm. '
1A GREAT GIFT 8OEAHdlVfc winner Red Murphy placed second, Don Is a tough fisherman, "Keep J
Don also landed the 1 largest bass a your eye on him this year".
4tt, pounder. Bass Wishes
Congratulations to Don and Red. Neil Crawford

KI5 lP dm-.a1I Community News .-.. '. ,I Iby

Elizabeth GWalker Mt. Pisgah A.M.E. Church Choir
Phone M4-4MM3 No. will rehearse Saturday 7 p.m.
Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning Wor- ,
?CERTIFICATES IIF'1'1'FIrs1Fu'ITi Card of Thanks ship 11 a.m.Communion will be givenin I
'" AVAILASuINSLOG Thanks to the many friends of the this service. '.
.i:: TO FRIENDS, AND $10.00 S Af ALL late James Brown Family.The family The pastor':and congregation will :
EMPLOYEES Food. Gift Certificates' PANTRY PAIDI STORES is grateful for all the acts of kindness conduct service at Antioch Baptist
AND RELATIVES FOR SPECIALQRQERS ajassr9.ammiiulim shown during our bereavement. Church Sunday, 3 p.m. All membersare
:;FOR HOLIDAYS, GIVE A GIFT OF FOOD!! :(eIh' el..n.ba..i Prayers, food, flowers and cards. invited to attend. >
; BIRTHDAYS CALL 104.783.01tAND _- -- ---- ,.. -- May God continue to bless each of First Born Church of The Living
...... ._ .
SPECIAL EVENTS! EXT 26S -- you. lola Little Brown, wife. 6:30: Bible Study. Fri
: STORES! ASK FOR MS. JOY HOLLY The monthly meeting of the Con- d 7:330mTerc: Service. Sunay

_... ., 4U.ITtMM p MUCH 0000.muM,NOV.M TMMI w.o.Mb.i Nri OY.1t1rn.r.10 MMM.. cerned Citizens of Bradford County' School, 10:30.: Morning Service 11:30.:
U IJ1 Beef Blade Chuck Roast u p.m. In the Day Care Center Room.
.IMBil'lMlll MammunUM <*1"iMBKuimMinWM e I : All members are asked to be present. p.m.Calvary Baptist Church: Prayer
Beef Blade. Chuck Steak is' Greater Bethlehem Freewill Baptist Meeting is held each Thursday, 7:30.: i
till' e t Church Monday, at'8 p.m., Mrs. Church service will be held Sunday
Fresh Pork Steaks law Mamie Mitchell and Mrs Gertrude begining at 5 p.m. Service will be held I
M t u ma wur..elrf" m m till Covington will the on the third Sunday.
sponsor program
Center Cut Pork Chops :: is Itm leading up to our Choir's anniversary. Church of God oC Prophesy' Sunday j
m IUAYii.YI..w1t1r111a. /9m Wed. .School. .a.m. Morning.Worship,11 A
emit 7:30 meeting
m ,MMT ra ra MM i MOM MM $I' Tuesday prayer '
5Qd 7V
Lct sFO: $Chicken; I n..!5--!!,! .. fnw % 7:30: McKay's Circle will meet at Mrs. ..m. Evening Worship 11 a.m. aNew
nr s ,( rMt f Rebecca Allen's. Lee's Circle will Bethel Baptist Church t Each \>' ,
.Pride Sour Cream 68... P meet at Mrs Annie J. Dean's. BIy's Wednesday prayer and Bible Study 7 ,
Pantry.... a,.TNR Daisy CA1R Circle will meet at Bra. and Mrs.Curtis p.m. Number 2 choir will fellowshipat
Pantry Pride Cream Cheese, t.8.t. 3 TO S NALP Hampton's. Thursday, 7:30: Story Philadelphia Baptist Church in
LcSAVG. 3 TO GAl Hour. Friday, 8 p.m. our triple choir Lawtey, Fla. 2 p.m. The president is
Borden Amerrican SingleS' '$138, we CARTa 'anniversary. Saturday, 9:30: annual asking all choir member to meet at
,*,r1.:w' ,Qp 1 church conference. Morning Worship, the church 10:30 a.m.
Pantry Pride Biscuits 4/68* 11 a.m. 4 p.m. Tiny Tots rehearsal. American Legion Post 311: The
eAvE sod A Lr SAVE AOd A Le
6AYE A00 will be held
monthly meeting
w Pli...lmm.1' u ur w Evening Worship, 6 p.m.
Merico Assorted Cookies 98Cwows Church of God In Christ: Tuesday,7 December 4 In the church annex. ,,8.
.,' p.m. Bible Band. Friday, 8 p.m. p.m. at New Bethel Baptist Church.
Dean's'Assorted Dips 3/$1 KNEIPS GOURMET OCEAN TROUT OR YWCC Extravanganza. Saturday, 8 Deacon and Mrs. Royal will attend .i
wrwaar..r..l( Banquet. the Mid-Winter conference for the
i.7s" ajhPrt4$1/ Oscar, Mayer, Braunschweiger 680 CORNEP BEEF BRISKITS TURBOT: FILLETS prayer. Sunday School 9:30.: Morning American Legion in Daytona Friday
IM ear...... f 'OR.OII.III.OII SAYS PEA SSST Worship, 11:30: with Minister Dewey through Sunday.
IM m. M Taste..IIC..Meat Bologna S1 1>s Jimmy Dean Roll Sausage 131 OVIN KOASTIMO 404 A IB 0188 rLASHFROZSN SAVS 000 A LB .'A.J38FJn. I Taylor conducting service. 5:30: Free Canaan True Church of God In I

w ras..* ....... YPWW. Unity Monday, 7 p.m. Prayer Band.
IM mm M n Hams JIM Sunny land"Breakfast} Sausage" 1 1L w..-.. $115-! FRESHLY -. ng, yr --:;': "' Greater Allen Chapel' A.M.E. Tuesday, Choir rehearses. 8 p.m. .
|- PantryPride. .1 IM....... anj Sealtest Cottage Cheese GROUND-- Church: Sunday School, to am.Communion Wed. Tarrying Service 7:30. Friday
w.lrnxlu 78,t Hygrade Hot Dogs ---.. 781 BEEF fTlRe/eee0 Service, 11 a.m. AU members church services. Sunday School !0am.
Old Smithfield Sausage Breakstones Cottage Cheese --
IM mnm. ML.8W. .- are asked to cooperate with these activities Morning Worship 11 a.m. EvenIng j

UN Vegetable u u-M Man Spread $111 Swift's Breakfast Strips (139 1 w/rrw Breakstones Sour Cream G8t .'UMevt.$148LJL .-::141 "118.CENTER of the church for success. Worship 6 p.m. \

W ..258 BREAKFAST ..-.sa.- t J 98e ) JJ
STEAK F & Scat
I SAVE aid A LB OO US.301S.
:_ OR ROAST 7AM.12 P.M. a Wamut, St :
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1 $178 RC or Jillll!

Q b74 rf 1 t i MOTOR OIL $1 It'. OR PEPSI'

c sod SAYE odd A La 3 all. ,. 2. Tax

ICE CREAM Plus Tax.. 18 OZ. .t 8 Dep i iBorden's i


;trr chef FLAKES 12ox BOX 59c. 16oz CAN'LUX 1 $ HALF E sry| 1' eel Ml IK, Gal. $1" $4100 Over Cue Cost II.1!.1I.1I



SAYE Soo 50& 4/.1 24 BAG LB $11ftBest. tAVE4od

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99 Ftbff 9 '
Suave Conditioner **& 129 1

Aim*M.M Toothpaste..., 89" .' r' Pantry-<- WdVdranji Juice .31 1\ .

ria/a. QYthWaSb flu '"' Fid: :"' *1" Pantry"hid..Wt1fPIId f; ; Tsppteg 49 0sTflrra !
Scope Lap
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Alcohol 3"1 $1 zs Sliced 3p1wM.r /
'antlt.pide 1 'Aft Occasion Gift Wrap .waaNea.11.AwM.aaaAnacin ('
Tablets ..IV'Preston.. Anti-Freeze $3" Jera's Frozeir' Pizza. 99wow ..

...... PETIRGXNT w aur' \
Brat StfcV Deodorant .99"', 12 Exposur". Fuji Film 99*. Pantry Pride, 3IIIIfButtlf'' SI" I

...Jnt.maMMMH ti.pirsplfant $1" H"rhinted80wls99*- 84oz $2' 58 'Glad iukit i \eil fags, ;\89 ;; 4e ,

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Brut Spri/Deodorant S111 Christmas Cards 99* 1St t'
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,...M 'III or'- be et .rm? ACTION t.. <: AoWMMi ol1A4WA pcocoo.
w. 10 VN011a1D.DF nxue 4j OWNERS. TAXPAYERS OM' 1179" aoww4.. (ridge ... .... nos
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--,. and oral >nVcat. tor.bees. AMD CITIZiNS OF BRAG it.o.d ..
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lv. ....-, tlardlv.r.4Nlrs It&-A'- IO..rd4U115CrNTOAMP1.r.ONf U/ ., oo.rr.n/.ddr.n.4 Mau.MSw FLORIDA, INCLUDING. 'AMDIf JANAYMOODY CTF FAfMCH.COM yosr..s ... .... .T.dp.d tor dapeyr..M ISth Stark day .ol Ftonda.MavamW. this .
MSW.d .. Max. 21316.NOTICE .
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.r NONRESIDENTS OWNING / th.reef. and.
.A 'wwr y cifili ...... HAV.aMJilS ....,... .", .,.4 fit* PVOPIRTY Oft SUBJECT c... .... "..UI.HOnCI 0* ACTION p/abt p.lNlen.WINES; had and ...d oan.. .. saw Inv"In 1'". "
.....f '._y. ..... Nth ORCMMAMBf *.swM da.d. If Wdum TO TAXATION Of SUITHOnana" TO: Mr. Chart* ferry.F.O. my boon presumed I. / /Otee R. Egan.Of-
AAAJMf T THE the teal of thtoCowtoMNovember ,
: ;, ., .. ,"., N not ,.* 4W, >. THEREIN, AND ALL 10. 337. SondoMrf .. 1979.GU.URT the Court. and ..>.Court curt Judge. 11/22 3tch1v .
,.w.. Her Wdb.w $..... A9VE eWt. -f en d imM betaimeV OTHERS HAVING. OR TOw -, X.dwrka Moody Mhnoto 62M2. S. BROWN. A* baMg ""'" edviMd b .... .
4klte.l"' AW teor... Of fl.lfiw Ml* PfISONSN.M f... LUAU. *,.... ... .....I, M0d.mNtorMmg.MN CLAIMING ANY RKXT, -. .* '0. *>. ,..-.... YOU ARE NOTIFIED Clerk of .... Court. By: ,.,.....w- .4 THE CIRCUIT COURT .
<..I9.' ...y 1Hw.... owl YOU Af HEREBY IITLf Oft INTEREST INPROPERTY ,......... V0v..$.. hof on oclton lor the lonja Hodget, A*Deputy IT IS ORDERED AND OF THE EIGHTH "
w_ Nwr4wt .,dsgwd..d, .... ne0W YOU All HIfBVMOTVKO CIRCUIT IN :
svu'N HOfHO .._ .. 4wrnNMr1. TO M AF.FICTID Adoption ho boon fned. Clerk. ADJUDGED That: JUDICIAL ,
+11I N dr4 04w hn .. ... .f fh..e of tea 0mcerl.nty .." BY THE ISSUANCE thor o" ctKw and you or* required to II/IS.trisp 2/6.. 1. The State of Florida AND FOR BRADFORD
.. .,..u I d WO1N .... .. K W b. *>*.*4. If .... clexw Htc BY THE HOUSING 1... the .A4op lon of .orvo o copy of your through ... sAt- COUNTY. FLORIDA-. "
,., .Iw1r told. d.A4r .,r.d, th. tecvrllytfwff ....... Jonoy Moody .adVCRNIE ;
,. "yr '..--4 d9..''', F. FINANCE AUTHOR written dofon***, tt any ''N THE ClII"*"" COURT tomey of .... Eighth J.D. ODOM. JR.. -I
< ree k* aWcribed. Th* mbar .... boon bled. Hi. : : :
TV OF BRADFORD to it on pottttonor' attornoy Judicial' Circuit off P. ODOM.
,.....'., 79-44-CT, *
-**dw4by < in ex. Ctfcevf dMnnf ...*,. deliveruff COUNTY OF SINGLE. .._. .. "you' and yaw. .. ...... name and pMjt Inrllifa Hpo. and .... __ Wife. Plaintiff VS '.
my ,.,_ -. C,4 0ie > a. e- cin tarn* of If*. FAMILY MORTGAGEREVINUE ,..,ted ,. trv. copy.4yowwrlnadolma. oddrot.It J.J. WOO JIRT. Of THE STATEOF property owner. taxpayer MARGARETTE t, ; :
tA.M d. crA.4 Fm'vr clam Ie the cfrti/ Ie JR. P.O. BOX 1086. end JOHNSTON. Dfn-' .
,<.., Pf. e OrMM -
p59.r.y fawn r .h. .**>... efwfcvfi .enoM. tea clerk. f* mad l lon I9BO, HEREINAFTER. If .nr ,o If, on .... plaMfllf STAKE FLORIDA 32091.on other 'having or claiming ...,.
9/2 r>. ,,'U4 4 4k VIM to oacft Per.tenef .t ...... CITY OF STARKC .
....*. Ceuroy copy DESCRIBED' ; Oft TO BlAFFECTED orn y or beforo Docembor any right, title or Interett NOTICEOf '
.Iti 'rttlWTI4114A <* ** .. ., '....... n.m. id ...." **. toG municipal corporation of
c.. ,.. I..,.., IN ANY WAY 20 1979, and filo .... in properly' la b* SALE .;
*u .Plaintiff. THE
r n... tnvpnrr y .41voiav. .... Horsds nan. T... All ,.,_ Interettedin THEREBY; .orgo H. Place' P.O. original' with .... clerk of Florida. v*, affected by the iMvanco NOTICE it given.'that, .. ., .
.-.4 d.4.rrJ.Mr.4 p. th. .,... te whom. and each of Drawor 1030 1..tIo.. this court either. beforo STATE OF FLORIDA' andtho told band to Final. '
...... ,...,......,.... .4 You you of revenue pursuant o ; _
thgr wt 4r tyy.n. .... ...... ,. 61.dvsM4 copy of ..... NotK of Ad- are hereby required,, la Hoffrfa W09I and. III* ..rvlc. on petitioner'' taxpayer propertyowner and Mid. band omicipofocted Judgment doted NO*. .
24ah Ii., *' G..s.h' /. "" '"...,..Ioft ho been appear on th. 20th day .... original with .... ottornoy or Immediately and citiion ol tioft __. w to be of- '.. 1979 in Cot, No .
(j.-..... I IY/9 "let ova Mora f Gb..ori wbo5.0dr. mailed or. required, of December, .1979, at dark oi th. ...... styi.
'. It, "". .*>d
..w yr,,,r5r..A Th.MadA,4 72*. ..,..oMtotut > H...$.. FROM THE DATE OF THE the Circuit Court for D..mbr 10 179, entered for tho relief' .uboct owning to taxation property to how couto, if any Judicial Circuit In' and'for .
MMrl Jw0ywd 0 ( .. fh. n.m.d FIRST PUBLICATION OF Bradford County,, oltiorwl.*. o ludgamant demanded ,In .... petition. | there .... .or. thit Bradford County ,
.. ,1f. s'..r ..t. ..dn eM,... d .... p.sonol THIS NOTICE .. file, any Florida, .. th. cour- may b* *nt.r.d egaln d. ...therein, D.'." Court on the 17th. day of Florida In which 'J D. .

,", dw h.grvr.l br M.rI. ,..."'.""' ."1 .t. objection they may Ih.u.. .In Stark. youor. Iho ,..II.f4omoncI.4 WITNESS my. hand and of Doc.. 1979, at 9:00 ODOM. JR.. and-VEII- :
I I... ...,sh err hart! rhodr ...p,,,., or. ... forth hove that challenge. Florida ond show caut In tn. complaint .... soul of told Court on Florida TOTho: and tho State tavorollonpayert clock .P.M. at the Caw NIE P. ODOM Hal W,,.- "
,. d.srdw4Wrir.r MlowMl validity. of the Dec- why .... prayer of the or patlllon.WITNISS November 9, 1979. thaw* In she City' of are the .lolnt.II.cIfttd : '
", -Ji s W defendant 10it .,.jIJ". having d.nrW.1I, the quollf Icollon complaint' filed' 'In the my hand and Gilbert S, Brown, properly S'."' .. Florida why tOld MARGARETTE. L. :.'
r/r< U>. "" '"...,." I.. d.im..r. f demand.gwnN of th. For tonal, obov.-.ntl/l.d' proceeding oho. coal. of told Court on Clerk of .... Court. owners citlient claim and complaint ......''d not bo JOHNSTON .. the

ft I'l'ttl /1s. ..,... w. Repretantatlva, orh.. should not b.gran.d November. '179. BytTona: | Hod....., .othert having or granted end why the Defendant I will tell to
pa/yh. 1 ,."",... of GII...,. S. frown. At ing' any right, title/ or int.r.sl '
,.'......4, WHMIN' THIMOHfHt venue or urltdlction( and tho SingleFamily At Deputy Clerk.' proceeding for sold the highett and, bt :
v...."0 ",...... 'd Cawy. ROM FHf ,the Court, Mortgag Clerk' of sold Court. 1l/l 4tchg '12/6. In property to b.olf.ct.d revenue bond. and told bidder for caw at the ,

"" .dv II'd... DAn Of FNE10451. ALL CLAIMS, Revenue Bond, SerletI9BO SyocI.uloh' M. by tho '..vone. bond anticipation __, East door of the Bradford .
1 Yrr DEMANDS AND OBJIC- Moody A. Daputy Cla'k.lt(4Kh of the Utility Revenue '' .
therein detcrlbad, IN THE CIRCUITCOURT. Bond and revenue bond and told bond. and sold County Courthout .
TIONS NOT 10 FILED/ and Ih. proceeding 11/29. EIGHTH anticipation notet of tho notet, when Ittuod pur- In Bradford' County.; ''
WILL Bl FOREVIR BARRED authorlilng tha ...u."c. JUDICIAL' CIRCUITOF City of Slarko.. wens thereto, and the. Starke. Florida or 1 MX) "
@Itu'l thereof, validated and NOTICE or FLORIDA 'IN AND hereinafter mentioned revenue pledged for the A.M. on Dec. 7, (>>9. "
to/t. ( nnn"Q Data of the flrttpublication confirmed/ such loads 'INTfNTIONTOUtOIJTEW FOR BRADFORD or to ... affected payment thereof should the following detcribeb!.
/ el" obis Notice
: conilitlng of no.s- COUNTY not ... validated a. real' property: :
7 of, Adminlilrallon' ceedlng' 113,000,000 therein prayed, end ..
R..l E/IBt. Broker
No".mbe,29. )"". Single' Family Mortgage NAME Civil Action No. 79.948. The above couto com 2. Tho Clerk. of this Lot One ((1)) and the
MI I H.,." Troll Motel L....... 1./G'ad' ,. Maria Revenue Bond, '.,i.. ,In ,. the marriage of ing on to b. ,heard upon Court b* and h. I. w... 20 feet of lot 2m.. -,
Gillian, A. Pertonal 1980, of The Hauling Furtuant la Section TIMOTHY GRIFFIN husband the complaint this day hereby required to give Block 29. BlontonV Ad'dition .
p0/.e lU J'1'' ..._ 7$23/1{ Repretentatlva of' the Finance Authority' ol' B6S.09 Florida (.o'u..., and CATHERINE( W. filed" herein by the City of notice of such hearing by to the 'Town .el.. :
..,.. of' Hamar W.'ow""d. ,
'Ittfll $IA.I"INO. A........ lye 7 M004 Deceated Bradford County; to be notko It. hereby. given GRIFFIN. wi'.. Starko, o municipal corporation publishing a copy of thlt Hampton at tarn ap, .; ..
dated and to mature al thai tho undersigned NOTICEOF of ord.r In the Bradford pears of record in PJqt) .;
3BR, Fr, B 2 Ac So*000 ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL such time and In such Joteph .. Wilton. R2, SUIT .....''ng to determine Florida theauthority County Telegraph, a Book I, Page 39 .cu :, '.
4BR. FR, I Ac 177,000.3BR REPRESENTATIVE amounts at thai) be fixad Bon SOW Stark. Flo. NO PROPERTYTO of said to newipoper of general rent Public Recordt'ol; ;_.'
LOOK" Stucco, Ac I7S.900 ; J.J. Wol".,', J, City ';"'
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Bradford County
by subs.qu.nr.aoluIlan 32091., doing butlnatt circulation In laid City,
I UN INN I home ,.n lad 'In P O. Bon 'IOH4. .'0'.... Fl : KATHERINE W. GRIF Ittue from lima to timeUtility .r
"IBR, CB, I 1,3 Ac 170.000. ol' plaintiff' prior lathe under tho firm 1 name of Revenue Bondt, In once each week. 'for Florida all In Section'
< tr Only. 11(1tJt 37091. 904/944-9200 delivery thereof; and "WIISON'S. FRAMING. ., FINYOU ARE NOTIFIED the amount of not exceeding three consecutive weak.prior 30. Township 7 SouthRange / '''t '
Pil.rf. miitul pruprr0y linull Acreage for Hornet I 11/77 i Jtchg 11/79, la bear 'Interetl payable ... 2, Ion SOW Slorko. that an action for S3.700.000 and to told 17th day of' 22.Eo.', ; .
/?.,..( *V Trailer, Low Dn. Pay, tamlannually at such Flo. 32091., 'Intendt to dissolution of marriage the authority of told Cityto Dec.. '1979 the first .
'IN THI CIRCUIT rata or rate nol exceeding register told fictitious hat been fil.d against ittua revenue bond publication to bo at 'leott at tot forth in the o;d.t. '
'INN VH'I C II CM/A IP) fin' 10 Ac Shod S70.000 COURT"' ,, EIGHTH 'the maximum name under the provl- you Katharine W. Griffin anticipation, notes In the twenty day. prior to told of Final' Judgment.,: '
"". I fx( ) .<| "It on :3 Ac0: Ac failure' |40.01)0 JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN rota allowable by law' ; a tlon of oloretald' address unknown amount of' not exceeding date; and Doted Nov. 11. T97Qi, '.'.
.,4 /OHIO. 10 Ac Fenced '''.000 AND FOR BRADFORD more particular deicrlp- 110''''.. and you are required to S3.700.000 to determine 3. By such publicationof GILBERT S. BROWN .t?!'
All acreage 10% 'la :70% COUNTY 'lOll IDA. NO. lion of such Bond ".1"" Joteph E. Wilson, ..,v. a copy of yourwrht.n the legality of the proceeding this order oil property CLERK OF THE CIRCUrt+;.' .<>.

INN I MH CM A. Ohndy, ., (46 (fll) la II yr la pay. INS HOUSING 'filed 'In this proceeding Dated this Ooh day ol to II, on the plaintiff' attorney in connectionh.r.wlth, citiient and other having Hodges, DEPUTY. f
I FINANCI AUTHORITY OF November, A 0. .1979 In who.* nam and and the. 'legality ol' the or claiming any right, CLERK. ;tr,.
BRADFORD COUNTY a This order to show Bradford County. .II"/B4tpd odd,..* It Dudley P. Hardy provisions, covenantt tit!., or Interest In said Dote of the (""In \'
public body corporate cauta thai I ... publlthed 11/29. hqul,., PI.rc. S and agreement therein. City or tho taxable property publication of .4hi. ;,< .;
= Plalnlllf In the mannar required therein, shall be Notice, of Sale It Nov. .:,.
= and politic, vt
RALPH BRYAN REAL ESTATE STATE OF FLORIDA AND by 1 75.06. Flo. Stat. and are mad. partial 22 1979 in the Bradford' .,t,.
INS TAXPAYERS PROPIRTV ((1977). ), ,In The Bradford' defendant 10 this pro County h'.greip'h.22 .* : :

1 96 .8788 OWNERS AND County Telegraph' a n "/ 2.chg 1I/J9.. ', .1,oLu
2)01 N. Temple Ave (U... 101' N.) CITIIINS OF BRADFORD newtpapar of ganaral' .'. '.-:y
[B COUNTY .INCLUDING. circulation 'In Bradford' I.
NONRESIDENTS OWNING County, Florida. '.". ,
.. ,
;Or>N 'Oft A H/VliriD'/ riMI, CHOOtl YOUR PLANS AND JICT TO TAXATION Bradford' County, : -;. ..l' I
for NOW Wl MA VI OVII .100 BUILDINO' SITIS ,INClUOINOi THEREIN. ., 01.. Delen.' Florida, this 36th day of : ;- :' i...:

dantt.ORDIR November\ ,.. ,.1 ,,
2 TO SHOW /t/Otteo Pagan, Circuit IT / +(r ,Thnn 'tM

I uu. 4 up *n Baylett Hlghwey' IJ.IOO I ",..w"., CAUSI Judga, 11/29 3tchg
h""",." will I0' *, dawn. 12/\13.

lull In men tettiltleil, .. h.,i.t. 14,100wnei so rr ,

I IliiHiifeil, with U-. dawn ;

1 "s..4 UH 'lewley A,.. I).000 per ..."..0.. t. .IISdown Ontu Roberts FRULKNER REALTY sG4-soss rg j FLORIIAHD REALTY ErWiUCJDti

vr2'l Real! Estate
191 N. Temple' Avenue
ON M" >)$( .> COUN1RV'' CLUB ItlATIS 2:10': N. Temple A...
964-7828 986 N. Temple PHONE 964-7776
FHA-VA t Cenv. Financing Available In Town Ollarlngt:

00x12' *, ) BH ".".. hem .n I ..r. with tateetlami New COMMERCIAL INCOME PROPERTY 4 B Room Con. Blk'' lot 205 N. Temple Starke .. .. .
,,1"( utility ..I..(( |)'.0041. llttlngtIBR Mini Storage II unlit, 400 la. H, off lea ipaco, with" extra large .nough for garden .

... IR, Di, FR, Prong. en .ppros..1 ecret. eH .... 3 B. Room chain link 'fence WE'RE PEOPLE 'IN TOUCH WITH PEOPLE :.
MINOIIIV lANIiNiuk SR llWett, good. buy) .Vertetlle-bulldlngi' an Hwy 301. N with aver 200' fren around 'lot. SEE TODAY FOR VA/FHA 1 CONVENTIONAL
....,.1.. with *0 "fl, .n w.'., ''','00. ...., with office .,ee.. 3 bedroom wood frame' FINANCING' ,
IBR, IB, FR, LR. DR. CB tnttructln, .In '.w'", very 'Weihlngtan St. Let with building t chain' link Lot.

,,INAWNINNY ACNitlfunnily nil' ., teetenebly. priced.lek ,_.......000.'Hw. large
ItiHte Ui(. } ttry. "'....,,, Cape Cal. en 14, ... 301 N appro 2 ecre with" CB home, owner llnencd. 4 B R. English Tudor walking "
.......11..1'.1. mill tret tented. ....,, Butler' t BR, ... L*. OR, CH/A leme ep- dittanca to all .10''. SPECIAL ,f'.

pllantot, CB '.""IVC" .", 'MeI II. Ham Park far ..1.. (412 Wettmorlnd large tot. with...*> h_.. need. I

iAWIIV "100' 200 'lei Hwy 101' NorthPATURI 'c.'n extentlva renovation. . . . .12,100 Cub.
4 .liKduiilul' ".... with 10 ,...n I'r..,, (I.,.. ham* h.", iawtey, INN 11. .ret reem, H/A, ,...*, fence, Country:
In utml ,",,,'"In uriif } ,."..1. ,la h.l lp make. payment*. appro. 1 *ct* let, almett new, Very nit' .I I3BR ,
Only 11 000 with cwner llnanilnf, OF THB WEEK A ',am. haute, on I ac NEW LISTINGS ;

IB, LR, OR, '.. CH/A, garage, an SR117, .n I SR. I Bath C,. with werkthop I rente) cottof. or will N..... finishing SI7.500.' Hlltericelly. tlflnrflcent Fine old. homo SS4 N. Cherry SOretldence ;.
1 ,."Mli "n .I.! l I.... Ul. ,, Intlwil. I BR frame ...".., epprei. 4 .c.... tell. .............. taw down. ,.,_.. Small amt, down and el .... Mr. Carrie Pitch 3-ttery structure built '
'hU tiklwMe. Mlt ((1 BR I IW '.11) 1140 MM ((1 BR 1 ovum mtg. In the IBBOt of curly' ,1_. Total S490 .". ft. 'Including' parch

hI) mwnlrily Interne |4.0.'144,000 O'.hem area, 1 and I *tr. .Ult *n |,...... reed, teim s I 'Mobile Ham ... 1..,., II.1.100. Term. 2 AC.. old. home, good ** 12 .."'. > 2% both 4 beautiful. lots oWner

...11."'.. '.I S acre. 11.000. location financed.
.IIQO"III ANIAlil .3 .bad...... 1 .beth. on I ec,. nice tree.. ".100. Term*. loi on Sampson lol ., .
/ b.avh/v1091.0' with 'Huedynan. .,*.1.." hawio, ..,*..,. Hlghti 3 BR, IB. I*. Fit, Flreplec*. Kitchen. .311,1 Both so city .lei. ..M.... ".900. small down payment. 404 N. Cherry, Inc..... producing 2...." home ."niI..... :

Dining tomb. '1'''' ecr 1 M I Beth ".100. Mo paymantt ed 24SS .... ft. plus perche. featuring I largo idly}
PHU. Huuiti. Mn-Frl ass t. I pm, 'I .kttt .IM cly. paved stn.t. .100. excellent term. ,...onabl.. upttalr I I largo apt. dawnttalr owner financed.;' i':
1..1 III, h... I San II" "...1..'....".
Ida BulUr > .".." ....". opprtvnlly, ) rental.. unlit pIe' ,s .Mobil.. "ham* 12.63. } BR t both, with 3 .utb.lldlngi' Ilc .
IVININOtl. land, tcr4i patch. en rental. .*. er could buy .lot alto, Evening P0... call SMALL TOWN REAL ESTATE BARGAINSs' :

Ixlph" P Iby.O < B...ltef V.",.. P. 040,". BrokenGRI. .Haute beeutHul. Idward" Rd.. 3 BR 2 B CHIAJ.r.: ; i ;
1U 410 LIII''." C. h."." IBR, IB, ..1.... *uttld.sly. en '00.* ,h. 0.l. CH/A. .nee/ .190x1 BO ... hi town. old bulldlngt. .Included.ACRIAOI '. Ph.,..964."" averythlng, ,, ....900. : "",' '

BrkrllimaMB. .. pin, IR 110 ..!. Pearl. Andrew. 944-7719 .11 prime ..... B 3 BR 2 B CHBA rd. 23S S43.SOO.. '
W."ore I ()*u,,ll OHU M*".,., L. 0. Dell 944-7S9I .Bett Kelghborho1. Searing. SI. 3 BR 2 B OUA SA.Mer.tgege. .
.,1110" '.........." 944.111! "". 31 IN. FR, DR, .....,... reem, CHI A"*""ely km, Hwy IOOW-Baulitwl acre.snIp. SI.000. per act*, very ;:
,4400IOsvld pad. to- .4 BR 2 B Wick. IB acre* Rd. Horn with may ..,.ie.
10 atri, mtlly. .1..,..., ,...*.. reed '"-'...., U.....I .B **r.. pettvre l lead high. S .dry ....... Brekerewner.IB .New 3 M 2 B Sol Legion. T_. low $21.000. S
I. 0..1. I,,*. Meaay Vltkl' Pwll County between Relferd' .nd ,.". BvllerWiy acre petlwr* land. .; Sigh ft dry. """t. ..... ....__. .Concrete BJacfc .e>I *cr* Rd.. 14W S24.BOO. .:
""."It'l ".....&. A..*tlet. .e acre*. Mails County: Owner financed.B let 4 Butter Court: S199*. :js

441 lit* .44 ale, Cryil*! ,*". hem tltt, "1'\ ....., OrNft. Lee*. ......with well owner.1 Ine ced.ecr .4V A prime acre |ut off 21S SI2.SOO. fFumlhed
11NI N138NPOR .3'A *. .Mmta *... .......... well teptk, UghtHOMTS MH 1 __. 110 B SR235-mak. oHerfvBeeuMful

I',", ..... el 1 lnd_ .H ....,,1. ....., *. .Imprevemeni pte. -- brlcb. duple 457 Epperte* specious S43.90O.

voun REAL ESTATE NEEDS |**o (. /. .1oeuHfvI lot cCIvIt 200rl24' S5SOO.-t., ;
.c-....... ....... pretty .......* I3OB P.....- T
IN DHADFOnO COUNTY CALL IBR, 11 .ltma, vat* of)<*, t 'from* awl ",,11./....... .d.vW l lCB
gs,ge t..*AMy kultl'' CI .....* with' AC en I.' A.ruttfd I -4 ysd!. pnr_ IfwM. ..... **-,.. p.*.*. fenced B.ltnt .............. ....el.Call ft Bey St. sss..... 1 T
BILL POWELL I ilty t*** ..4 P******. t mall barn. Terntt.Seutl 'MlCemmertlal._.505 ..... an Rd. 16 WIll .. .ta.. 1... \ Bath, fae..4r.* ream, corpus, A/C unit, let .e M t* TevwRl.ger ....Hy SM.000.D :
COMMIRCIAl-ltt' MtlH with. lulMlnf'' tea taroatto*. *tt.BO Term. .lux. MH an Euclid B Epptt* e S*. I
REAL ESTATE .1 IR. I Sat[.. CB. .to.o I ejee..11..... C.HB.A. w/w .(...t. e* Loll C.ne-a *ierel ki .... lln* ....._.. .

HIM r?,,f> f if, t44 444. 14 ht", IS,, I IVSB, id, DR, lr.. Uvndty' ..*.... l.rf*, CHI A. ..<.I esrpM.wB.of --- M FINANCED
I ....., ..lmtl **w sad tp..Hii. .N IR 14. ...........3 SR. I ..*. *.cr.*with lUh p..dt7.100.M.y .3BI LARGE bid1'A" sae awl 5. Irsdl.r4 M .NI. :
tlS. ****. ..>.*..< Me*. J B.. S Beth with. 4 any .M acre pries I' .,. B1N-IC A each side :301.frm :
4R rcio 1 1Ulf. .d. ........ .... sod taab.. S.ac.d. ..
'.toO 4B ..t*, tall Moran Rood. erMl gross eGNoI. .. MilT**,; .... VertatilerI :
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....-c 6almuemwteaMieIDtsabeth e.._nerstrstttwpes.slt9sese 1 aai.ae>gatsem LAWTEYft.WS HI IAlrmt"II-t sp esetesO.e4: ....." 1Im)11! n 1m. C 1fir+e1I11E1t1Mr

.."Phon.782-$30o Terry aurke, and their grandmother Mrs. aaathe.r. Mm. Carl Prevatt a.;.t ..". CedI ........ .. ',;f
Jtye* FWch of Black ber Ga., and Ill ..... dtoner guests of Mr. 1lagtpsed Durban and sons, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Loanki Teeton spent trc w I ..
CHURCH Acnvi' t.biIr aunt' Miss i and and MrST Jack Batea, arvin Rosier Mrs. Harvey Thursday. and Friday with tK3r mother.. >Mra.. B.A St.efem .,
Grace United Methodist 118 Mr. and Mrs. John Farm, of TbaakBgtvtag' of Mr. Williams of Starke and Usa Durban .mother Mrs. Words Mellon their asasohteel ... ,,j
guests at the : JMkAttftille, were Thanksgiving dinher and Mrs J.T. 51Ue1ta their of Jacksonville, were Thanksgiving sister and family, Mr. and Mra. Sanford Mr. and Mrs. Ed Cochran of Largo,
Carol tove with parsonage their were Jim and guests of Mrs. Joyce Futch's mother, Mrs. their db ergue.to of Mr and Mrs. Raymond Stokes and their brothers spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs .
older con "J". new son TonyK.and otlw son and daughter-in-law, Mr. children Mr. and Mrs Ben Padgett Williams of Jacksonville. Lloyd Harris. D.O. Brown.
The Christmas is ILntfMra. Terry Futch and family, of and daughters Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bowman and William David Tomllnson of Mr*. Karl Teston, Mike and Nancy I ,'
ing successfully practice- continu Jacksonville: Beach The occasionwas Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Jerry family were Thanksgiving dinner Lake City, spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. David Gaines of Starke
Annual Christmas heading towardsour to celebrate the Silver Wedding Fishburn. and sons, Charlie and Tommy gunsts of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. their parents Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Foster Hayes of Texas were 1
Dec 23 at 7 program on Anniversary of Mr and Mrs Benton Padgett. a.& Altwater. at the home of theirbrotherioiaw Norman and grandparents Mr. and Thanksgiving dinner guests of Mr. 1. :"
to p.m.Saturday still "Work Futch: which was a surprise part)'. Mr. and Mrs. James Anders and and sister, Mr. and Mrs Truman Norman and great and Mrs. Randy Hayes of Lawtey. t
anyono.who! wants to Day" and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Glance, and family,of Palatka.Mr. and Mrs. John Mrs.Wm. CoMa of Jacksonville,and grandmother Mrs. Carl Prevatt. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee were )
Jects can contact the minister.help with pro their parents Mr. and Mrs.Glance,of Jenkins and family of Milliard. Mrs were supper guests of their mother, Mr. and Airs. Tommy Talley and Thanksgiving dinner guesta of their .
i The church: Palatka, came Friday and their Pauline OToole. of Los Angeles, Mrs R.W. Bowman and brother from family of Jacksonville, spent brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and
follows 9:30 acUvity a.m. Church schedule is as mother, Mrs. Annie Mae Crews enJoyed California, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Anders Satellite Beach., Thanksgiving/ holidays with their Mrs. Robert Whetsel of Keystonevon
10:30: ..Early Church 11:00 school a cookout with l her Sr., and daughter Lisa Mr. and Mrs. Mr.; and Mrs. Tommy Clayton and mother, Mrs. John Tye. Her son and Heights. 1 ,
UMVF 6.00: P.M. : am. Worship and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Henry John Redgrave, and Miss CherrlKedgrave. Tom of Jacksonville and their daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. John1'1e. i '.
Evening Warship Hodges and family. of Houston Texas Mrs. C.R.Crews went to visit '
mother Jr., nddinner family were her ='
.7pm. Tuesday Evening at 7 Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Thomas and gathered at the home of their mother Mr. and Mrs. Bill Woodward, of Tren- Thanksgiving guesta. :
p.m.Evening Practice. Wednesday Jay of Uve Oak were hosts for a and grandmother, Mrs. O.J. Anders ton and enjoyed their Thanksgiving Mrs Wm. Wilson called her au
and Bible 7pm. practice Thanksgiving dinner for Mr.and Mrs. for Thanksgiving dinner on Thursday. dinner with them on Friday.Mr. daughters, Mrs. Del Dougherty, Mrs. AUTO.
The 8pm.MYF will be Gleanings. Bruce Boyer of Tampa Mrs. Fred Mrs W J. Crews, Sr., of Jacksonville and Mrs. O.J. Boyette, Jr. and Jacqueline Lines Miss Doreen Wilson f
skit explaining the Advent presenting a brief Moore and Mr. and Mrs. Michael visited her mother-in-law. Mrs.Pierce daughters were Friday supper guests and son Tunmy Wilson on Sunday in I aw f fCe.1
Season and Moore and daughter Trlsha of Craws last Wednesday. :Mrs. of their mother Mrs.O J. Boyette,Sr. England
the Advent
the lighting Sundays In December.The Candles. during Lawtey. Mr. and Mrs. Danny Thompson Crews went home with her and spent of Lake City. While there they visited Mr. and Mrs. Barry Watts enjoyed By
Methodist Thrift Bryan and Kevin of Jackson Thanksgiving holidays with her son Mr. and Mrs. Earl Boyette and Thanksgiving dinner with their Ross f
Shop will reopen YUle Mrs. Gayle Tudor Scott andBrad and daughter-In-law Mr. and Mrs. Teresa of Columbus Ga. and Mr. brother-in-law and sister. Mr. and
Saturday"Trash and I under a new of Orange Park, Mr. and Mrs. W.S. Crews, Sr. For Thanksgiving and Mrs. Don Boyette and David ofMaeelenn Mrs. G.C. Stanley, of Crescent City Q. When engine 1
location in Treasures" in. a. T.L. Casey of Starke Mr. and Mrs. dinner they Bad her mother, Mrs. )'. and their mother, Mrs. Bessie Watts t my batwouldn't
the new southeast: the yellow house on Johnny Hobbs of Gainesville Mrs. Bryan Whitfield of Campville, Fla.. Miss Wendle Smyth and Band Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wilkison. Jr. growled weakly
Park Streets. corner of Lake and Ann Andrews of Wildwood,Miss Debbie Mrs. Laura Dixon and her daughter Elizabeth Billy HamIlton and ton, and Mr. and Mrs. DanielWUklses start I i
Hour this Saturday Andrews, of Leesburg and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. W.s. Crews Jr., and Billy and mother Mrs. Mabel and daughter of Jacksonville thought the starter t i
from 10 a.m.,Wilkerson until 5pm. and Mrs. Chuck Moore and family of their new son, Jason Williams, of Boyette,- of Jacksonville Mr. and spent Sunday with their parents, solenoid was bad. But j
Terry for the retained the banner Lake City. Jacksonville. Mrs. Pierce Crews Mrs. Merrill McMillan and Hjalmar Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wilkison. Sr. when'I Jumped the solenoid .
drill.PERSONALS. second month In the swdrd Mr. and Mrs D.R. Brown and family visited them while there. Mr. W.S. of Starke were Thanksgiving dinner Col. and Mrs. Wm. Wilson went to 'with a cable the
and their mother, Mrs. Lucille T. Crews Jr., was at one time a resident guests of Cot and Mrs. Wm. Wilson. Ponte Vedra Beach on Friday and engine, still would not I
Ivey, spent Thanksgiving day In of Florida State Farm. lie is a grandson Douglas' Eunice son of Mr. and were dinner guests of Ms. Arnold crank. The starter J
Jacksonville with their sister, Mrs. of Mrs. Whitfleld and Mrs. Pierce Mrs. Emory Eunice of Gainesville, Woolverton. Other guesta were Col.
Mr. and Mrs. C.H.. Brown of Orlando Wyolene Day and son,Keith. They enjoyed spent Thursday and Friday with his Wilson's sisters Miss Erma Wilson motor. la good end the r
were Saturday supper, guests of a turkey dinner at Morrison's.. MMrr.'ad Mrs. Jackie Crews and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold and Miss Mabel Boyette.Mr. battery cables and terminate :
their brother-in-law and sister, Mr. Thanksgiving afternoon. Mr. and sons bad as guests for Thanksgivingdinner Eunice. and Mrs. Eddie Bullard of checked OK. So 1
and Mrs Ixmnie Teston. Mrs Henry Hodges and family's Duane Caley, of Bluffton In- Mr. and Mrs. Ben McCulley were Jacksonville, Tammy Wilkison. Lisa what else I
Mr. and Mrs. M.D. Crapse. Si*.. Mr sister, Mrs. Lola Huay and two dianaat He arrived on Wednesday Nov. Thanksgiving dinner guests of their Felton, Mr. and Mrs. B.L. wukii,
and Mm. Gary Wheeler, and Mr. and daughters of Starke spent Thursday will be here through Friday friends Mr. and Mrs. John Davis of Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Benny WUklson.HI.Mr. A. If,your car hat a starterrelay !
Mrs. Mike afternoon with them. Nov. Mr. and Mrs. Wood Jacksonville.Mrs. your trouble prob.blyle t
Crapse Jr., visited their 30. Bobby and Mrs. Jim McCarley andfamily there. The relay likely wlU I
son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Jones and and boys, of Lawtey. Mr and Mrs. Joyce Futch of Blackshear, of Augusta Ga., were be located on the firewall i f
Mrs. Bruce Crapse and family of family were hosts for a Thanksgiving John C. Wood and son of Jacksonville. Ga., was Friday dinner guest of Mr. Thanksgiving dinner guests of Mr. Find It by tracing the positive !
Jacksonville on Sunday. The occasionwas dinner on Thursday noon. Those present Mr. Frankie Wood, of Starke. and and Mrs. Truman Norman and their and Mrs. Tony Hodges. battery cable. lump the relay \
toh celebrate Mr. Crap e, Sr., were: Mr. and Mrs.Leon Wilkerson Mrs. Darlene Norman and sons of with a heavy cable to check i\
and their'granddaughter Althena Mr.and Mrs. Timothy Wilkerson Lawtey.Mr. for bad relay. If you don't '
Crapse'a birthdays. and family, Mr and Mrs. Earl and Mrs. Wm. J. Wolfe and son have an extra length of battery -
Wayne Massey and daughters Wilkerson and family Mr. and Mrs. Danny,of Cape Coral Fla. stop by cable, disconnect a \
Virginia and ''Audrey spent the David Wilkerson and family, ofStarke. to visit with their mother, : Keystone, Heights Lutheran Church cable from OM -iifle of the 'I
Thanksgiving holidays with his Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Higglnbothara arid' their brotherinlaw relay and touch the end of
brothet .and sister-in-law. Mr. and Wilkerson of Ballard Mrs. Linda and sister Mr. and Mrs. Glen the disconnected cable to the t
Mrs. Daniel Massey and family of Crawford and children of Starke Shuford and daughter Nancy on their SUNDAY SCHOOL ,& BIBLE CLASS 6 P.M. terminal on the other,aide of !

Naples;: : Mrs. Pattie Jones and son, and Mrs. way home from visiting their son, Mr. WORSHIP SERVICE 7 P.M. the relay.at normal If the. a4d.enginecranks this I,
. Ruffels. Fort LauderdaleThanksgiving and Mrs. Wolf and In Wilmington -
Mrs. Joyce Futch of Blackshear, Skip Bobby son Indicate a bad relay which
Ga.. visited her sister Miss Elizabeth dinner guests of Mr. Delaware. Keystone Lion ClubKay.lona should be replacedAstomotiye ;I
Terry Wednesday afternoon. and Mrs. Ronald Johnson were Mr. Mrs. Pierce Crews' brotherinlawMr. Height, Fte. :.

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Futch and and Mrs. Jerry Fishburn and son. Waldo Pringle of Worthington ,4' Call 473.4177, 9 to 5
family of Black Mountain N.C. spent Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dobbs and Chris Springs is a patient in North Florida p.m. Parts Center
the Thanksgiving holidays with their TMC and Mrs. Wayne Gustation and Regional Hospital Gainesville.Mr. .
After 5
parent.,Mr. and Mrs. Willie Green daughter of Pensacola Rev. and and Mrs. O.J. Boyette and 473-2007 p.m. Starke
and family of Starke. Mrs. Lester Austin and family and Cheryl and Angela, Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smith and Billy Ricks of Starke Mr and Mrs.
family and Robert White of Starke Jim Mitchell Giles' Mitchell Dr. "
were Thanksgiving dinner guests of James Mitchell of Ral/ord Mr. and

their Nellie Wilkinson, Mrs. Randy Blom and family, Mr. SANTA FE COMMUNITY i
sister motherbMrs. Boch, and niece, and Mrs. David Albert and family, of COLLEGE .
Miss Lynn Whaley. Jacksonville were Thanksgiving dinner

John And Brenda Redgrave, Miss guests of.Mr. and Mrs.. Andrew "
Sherrl Redgrave of Houston Texas, McCombs. WINTER I REGISTRATION :
grandmother.. Mrs. O.J. Anders James Barnett, of Starke. Mrs. ( !
Roger A. Barnett.. of and "
and Tier daughter Mrs. Pauline Germany ,

Redgrave O'Toole of Los..Angeles. their parents, Mr. and Mrs. H.E. .. :;:r. .1, ,.'. ,, .. .. ., .., !
Calif., were guests of> Mrs. Barnett were supper guests of their ;t. 11' ., "
supper #Io'td' /11 I' .. .i "I ;. : \< \, :
O'Toole's friends Mrs. Ruth Carletonand son-in-law and daughter Mr. and ", I ,
.. '1 t I St tarhi Center : '" ,
friends in Jacksonville on Tues- Mrs. David Huber and family. ...' :' '7- ... ,
day night. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Dyit! were .. III. .., ,"I. <\'\ I !!' I ,
-'Mr. and Mts,.-Relpb'! IfdThh and:.... Thanksgiving dinner guests oTOWET-,_. .."" 'mow, ---;;' ft+..M"",".'Br dfordCountYHlghSd100Ift'"t.5: .' ; :" "" .,'__ i r" "to,. .. .... ',<., ..o" '. / \'i
family of.Black Mountain N.C.AIr. brother and sister-in-law Mr. and : :
Starke Florida aa
and Airs. Benton Futch and soninlawand Brooker Mrs. Lloyd at Hunting Dyal Camp.and family of' ,,oj) .",r> ... ,.....,. '.....'. .v.,..**': 964-6382, ". '.. ." .; t .
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
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Jones of Gainesville Miss .Dolly Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hodges and ; ,,' .
Simpson. Mr. and Mrs. Jones' grandm Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Fishburn ate at : t ''Y n. I I' .' f.,.'> .. I
j<>the.:.tMrs. Regena Kelly of Bono's in Jacksonville Nov. 15 to -.., "I: WINTER TERM, 1980 ,., .'"yt, .. : .\ .J. ':.:: ,1: ,' '
celebrate Mrs. Hodges and Mr. ". ;
i 'tltater:4IIIII I-/ Flshburns birthdays.Mr. 1'. r "
.., and Mrs. Phil Eunice of : .. t '" I
'Ii _. > ; STARKE OFFICE .. :
Ellisville visited their parents. Mr. "
iF Servicemen; and Mrs. Harold Eunice on Thursday Wednesday, December 5 Registration 8:00: a.m. to 1:00: p.m. : ,Yli "

\ afternoon. : : :Thursday, December 6 Registration8:00 a.m. to 1:00: p.m. & 6:00: p.m. to 8:00: p.m. "; \; ;,

ftlipl. Brian Whitney' family Mr. and were Mrs.Thanksgiving David Huber dinner and r:" ":% i:':f.i/ ; ,.Y' Wedr'esday1'January! ) 2 Registration8:00: a.m. to 1:00: p.m. :5i ,x I Ii

lance Corporal Brian A. Whitney, guests of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond E. '".,'' .' I .'tlf <&;: .::.:: ; Thursday, January 3 Registration: 8:00: a.m. to 100; p.m. & 6:00: p.m. to 8:00: p.m .i' .
soiof .
Mr and Mrs. W.E of -
St rke. has been recently assigned Whitney to were Trimble their of Orange sister Park.Barbara Other Ann guests and If'i'i:; ( :.; .,.l ":?:..i f' ',,' Monday... ,. January.. 7 Registration 8:00 a.m.. to tOO,: p.m. & 6:00: p.m. to 8:00: p.m.: i. t; 'i

thfc Second Marine Division ReconBattalion their mother Mrs. Barbara Trimble, ,
In Camp LeJeune, N.C. of Atlanta Ga. :. 'l '" t" WiNTERTERMBEGINS ,' l''
Whitney joined the marine corps in "M and Mrs David Carter of Clay \ Januaryy9 ', r
Wednesday '
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Oc'totier'rm; taking his boot training Hill, were Thanksgiving dinner : Schedule Adjustments 8:00: a.m. }Jooe.1.! ::-: :)r': !-r-1-" :} ': x;1f .

at-Tarris, Island, S.C., then was sent guests of their son-ln-Taw and ..Tliunday'JanuarQl0. ; Schedule Adjustments 8:00: a.m. to 1:00: p.m & 6:00: p.m'to:' #,,.:' J" I
to: San Miguel in the .Philippine Mr. and Mrs. :; ,: .. .. : :
daughter Wayne .'. ,.,. c. 8:00 '.
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lUr.wiil: undergo rigid jungle andsurvlV'al'fraining and sister Mr. and Mrs. Wallace I'JA ; ',, \ < : '," (Last Day To Add Classes) \ ,. "# ., ., ::1
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in the next 12 month Cheerer of Middleburg were their ".:I'.I' '" .. '. ; .
to qualify himself as a combat In- Thursday supper guests. :i'.f.. ... "t jJ #Wednesday, March 26 SPRING HOLIDAY-NO( NIGHT CLASSES).,: .. ;:. I '[ !.,?:-tJ ":4/' i' ; .,' ;. ..
fafttrymans utilizing techniques of Mr. and hfodgee-and ,. .. 't I ,
Mrs "
Henry \ "r.J Thursday' March 27' : SPRING HOLIDAY-NO( CLASSES) <'J :'" ,,
'tin j .the enemy by surprise. family were Thanksgiving dinner r. 4. .F o-.",."
rT' guests of their brother-in-law and /h \; : 'i'. "". Friday-: March 28 SPRING HOLIDAY (NO CLASSES) ., ., .' ,. :AM
Whitney) .attended Bradtord: County sister,Mr.and Mrs Jerry Glance and ." "\. ; %
;'.' ; '' :., Monday April!, 14 Last meeting for Monday night classes t'' I':
schools, participating in JROTC anda family In Palatka. Lee and Angie ; ,
;' ,, 'TuesdayApnJ15 Last meeting for Tuesday night classes < i4 .' '4 1'' ,
standout on Coach Grover Howard'sTrack.Team. Glance came home with Mr. and Mrs. "" ,
Brian would enjoy hearIng Hodges and spent until Friday after- .\ ;< .. Wednesday April' 1'6 Last-meeting for Wednesday night classes a\ ,, 't. ,:'." I ;'.' ) di
from some of his friends. Anyone noon with them. ,
s April 17 Last meeting for Thursday night classes ,
desiring 49,do! so. may write him at: Mrs. Lucille'T. Ivey of Jacksonville !:.. Thursday, ,' ..., :
,spent few days with her son-in- .;: -1: Friday, April 18 Last meeting for Friday night. classes'iCOURSE .'. ,,'.. i'j j1
rA=pl B.A. Whitney. U.S.M.C.ACo law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. D.R. if '_.. ',' j'I '. J .
2nd Re-Con. Bn. Brown. While here she went to the :,( .. 01 ; .' .
Znd.'Marine. F.n.F. doctor in Starke. ,., ;'b. "< {'.. .. / ;;. 1\ 'j 4 1'1 '
Catnp LeJeune..,N.C.'28542. Mr and Mrs. )Hertnie Kelly. were .', ..!...,.j ', s Pi \
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Forty .f the W-member Bradford HIgfa Class of lSt got reacqu.late4;
reminisced", and listened la music from the M's Saturday night at the Stark*.
Golf and Country cub, 'J;

I I First row (I'l'h Jean Dagger Tnainas, (1.arlene Hardy Francis, Charlente-
** _, Dennis a........ FrajtcU. La.......Taylor.. Sandra Carmichael Hariey. Lynda
*; z : Chapman Brown.Ann Elder Dv.....Betty Norman Haaen. Elisabeth Prevatt;
.: : : Unsws Perry.Ferguson.Penny HoUfagsworth F.x Uudn GasUn Norman and Mary Agnes Ma%. .
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Randy Johns.Dorothy Masters SUrllaa,.Pat llmnphrle Alice Faye Newman,
Waters and Joan Campanetla Watson. '-\
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Thompson A.B. Whttehead. Arthur Dodd. Robert Wbltehead. Charley
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came: from Houston.Texas Several'came from Georgia.
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Bradford County High's Tornadoes vert around 65 percent of the turnovers
started their basketball year off on we force into baskets.
the right foot before slipping the second "We Just didn't get the good shots
time out ''while the Indians of against Bronson." Sexton said of the Sllek- t
Keystone Heights High dropped their Tornadoes poor marksmanship. "We 4txoRl4Ark handed
opener in the Clay High Thanksgiving shot 29 more times than we did aI o guard
Tournament in Green Cove last week. against Orange Park but only made Frailer Bass
'"In Tuesday night action the Tor two more points." .f the Tornadoes .
I nadoes outfought Orange Park 44-43 During a scoreless period of four t pick-
In a game that was tight all the way. minutes from 2:30: remaining in the ed Orange
In' Tuesday's nightcap Keystone third period until Just over 6 minutes Park's
Clung to within four points of Clay at remaining in the fourth period the .pockets far
half ((26-30) but allowed the Blue Tornadoes relinquished the slim:3 to S half a doses
'Devils to run off 13 straight points to point advantage they had maintained steals !InBradford's :
start the second half of a 71-53 Devil from the opening period.
j win. During that time Bronson's Barnes .,.41 wlsjver
I r w : c4.r. 'The Tornadoes stay in the 10 team drove for two inside baskets to pull the
j :; ) tournament ended Wednesday nightas the Eagles within three 39-36. Bron- Raiders.Here I
I the class A Bronson Eagles ousted son's Tom Neal hit two baskets from he :.
the cold-shooting Bradford club 5148. the corner his only scoring to put the turns a theft
j ,',Green Cove moved Into the finals Eagles up by one, 41-40. Into a tayiipfr
'opposite St. Augustine which routed But Bradford's Dwayne McBride Iwo .
Bronson In the semi's. The Yellow came right back to rebound his own d points ;
'"Jackets of St. Augustine took the tour- shot and sink the second try to put the P
nament title with their fourth straight Tornadoes up 41-40 with six: minutes
\, :win Saturday nlght-a 62-58 win over left in the game. j jI
? Clay-with Albert Manning bucketing BUS couldn't get organized after ri I
w.w.+ '17 points.The'Jackets had opened the that. With Coach Sexton yelling for :
tourney with an 80-68 win over Live the them to set up and work a play .'
ltlnl up a baseline jumper Is Keystone senior guard Dyal pumped In 21 points, some on In-your-face Jumper Oak{ like Clay a defending district the cold shooting Tornadoes failed to .'
I 1 die l Dyal- behind the screen of teamate Morrey Crav,. like this one. but the Indians fell to Clay High 7153. champ. Lake Weir popped Bronson scratch despite several chances. i
35. 63-53 in the third place game. Finally Barnes sneaked back Inside } 'i -,
for yet another basket to put Bronson
i Rronnon SI Bradford 48 ahead t
42-41. with 4:50: left. Bradford tI
::. 'After leading 10-8 after the first guard Frazier Bass hit the first end ofa I
''''''''''''' period and 29-23 at the half the Tornado two shot foul to tie the score 42-43 at

I !M Full"Wk" jB'k;; ;'b;; : 1 ,and were five eliminated went cold in from the second the tournament half- the Sophomore 4:41: mark.Michael Robinson hit a 4 E- !

o on Tap by Class A Bronson 51-48. bucket with 3:30: left and Bass backedup ,
;s\Bronson's man-to-man defense McBride's fast break miss with a
gave the Tornadoes trouble. The tap-in at 3 minutes to put Bradford .. -- ----.- iJ J!
TFThe first full week of basketball This. Waak'l 0._*. : Eagles took advantage of Tornado back up 44-12.
opens Friday and all the area high Friday;No*. 30"> :. : i.mistakes to press ahead 42-41 with Barnes hit a bucket and then two '
;school teams will get into action loitaloo. .. BRADFORD !kin vanity((1 p.m.). JV ((3)) < '.. : *., 4:50: remaining the fourth period on free throws to tie the game 46-46 with was called for 13 fouls, Bradford It.Robinson's .
:= efore our next edition. UNION toy at Hawthorn JV ((4.JO). lenity (I) > '? an, inside layup by Edwin Barnes. 2:30: left. With 2:08: remaining in the dozen points topped the '
\ Bronson's scoring leader with 19 Tornadoes, while McBride bucketed
: :The calendar for this week'sEballgames >i game Bronson's Dennis Stewart
:: Is listed below. All the Monday, Doc. 395ADFOID-. .. i points. missed the front end of a oneandonebut 10. Kevin Miller and Charles Lee each I

::games are openers-except for the glrli at GHS ".,.Ity (IfTu. ) .:;.,','We hadn't worked against a man- BHS's Keven Miller was called for had eight rebounds to lead In that
for the
department Tornadoes.
;--Keystone boys and girls varsity getting into the lane to rebound too
that the
to-man. To was key
;squads\ and the Tornado boys of Brad- ..... .Doc. 4Wlllttton .- said Coach Mike me Sexton afterwards. quickly and Stewart got another and s radfar4 10 t* 10 t 4S
;::ford who each opened in ThanksgivIng at UNION QlH. vanity ((5)),boy JV ('.JO), bay vanity. ('I)., : ''We were not in as good conditionas made good sinking the next two free fronton I If U IS ftfrWfef
: tourneys last week. Blchop Konny at BRADFORD boy JV ('130), vanity (I) : we will be, and were kind of flat" shots to put Bronson up 4846. &00 ,.......Wes.. 1........ H...... >.*..
;3 All three coaches of the teams that KIYSTONI at Milliard. boy JV ((5)), alrit vanity ((4O). boys vanity (I). Sexton said. The Tornado five hit only Frazier fouled Stewart with 1:44: .L4.w..n....... .*.. ....MM... -1.. .c....... *t4..!*.IM4.TOTAUO4M. ,: :;I
: have already hit the hardwood are in second half left in the game and the Eagle sunk .
:.looking for..tmprovement-and figure '.. percent the hit 13 of 36 a two more free shots to put Bronson up mm*. i.....>.H.. NM....s..w/......
24 They .
: they'll get it. .. average. 5048. MCT.-. ,..M H..14. -.. TOTAL "-"....
baskets the first half a percent
T "I've got a lot of confidence: that this team will' coma,w. .' be a lot better .things go on." Indian, t<' average. .. ; Bass hit to draw BUS within two ........ "" ..,.. '
.": Co ch Coach Brummjtt .Milliard, Tuesday ; Um..JUde .. points..43-SO, but then Barnes...was-' ... ..(
't. round and play-some'gooa-basketbal//1. Tornado M.- promised. Keystone's 'HT'ltw.Tornadoes shot lit :' "'!' ''tiJr7 '.....
.Mike Sexton after his team split two games in the Clay night host was a state class-AA finalist last year but : :21, got 18 offensive reboundsleaving "fouled and hit one free shot to end the Iorntore on tourney... ...., 1>.,
:;Thanksgiving Tournament. The Eastaide team his club 6-8 all stater Isaac McKinnon is now playing basketball for : 30 times they shot and lost the basketball scoring at 5148. ;
3 hosts Friday afternoon clubbed the Tornadoes twice last Central Florida College. : after the first shot.The BUS five Bronson hit 17 of 26 charity shots a
;year and was a 20 game winner but most of the Ram squad "I've been really, really disappointed in our whole tour : also forced Bronson into 17 turnoversbut 63 percent average while BUS shot only (Nee page IB)
',was lost by graduation and at least one starter will be play. nament performance," Keystone Lady Indian mentor : was able to convert only seven of 9 free throws and made. Bronson
ling in the state high school football playffs Friday night. Kathleen Boatwright said after her girls got a 1.2 season : those turnovers into basket,a 40 per
.Students will be let out of school Friday afternoon for the start in the Orange Park girls tournament. But she too sees : cent effort. Coach Sexton counts turnovers
game.' promise of better days. "We Just shot the ball terribly,but I : an Important part of defensive 183 Deer at Standing
their in the think we can improve that in need Bagged ;
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+ BALDWIN The legal deer kill count was up to 183 at Camp Blanding after 16 days of the
THEATRE major hunting season at the game reserve. ,
1 ? Blanding Wildlife Manager Jim SchaU reported the deer count which meant
33 deer were killed and checked through at Blanding last,week ISO deer were
CHEVROLET-OLDSi ,; Stoke 964.5451Fri. .bagged in the first nine days of the hunt season. .
Other totals through Sunday, Nov. 25. read: hogs84, up Just three from the
., Sat.. Sun. total after nine days with the dog hunt areas at Blanding being closed down last i
f i Invites You To four.week; quail- lOG; cat squirrels 1.601; fox squirrels. 102; duckstwo.: and rabbits-

48 turkeys were taken before Thanksgiving. t
: QetAquaintedWith As he had noted last week. Schatz said the game counts represent a slight
w I crease over last year's Camp Blanding totals an increase he attributes to In'I'I
I healthy acorn crop in 1978. Counts were up accross the board after the first
Our Professional Staff STILWELL with the hog kill tally way up. 5
DEALER GENERAL'MOR. ..It'll.tart to slow way down now,"SchaU said Monday evening. "We had a lot \;
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Rated: PG count is 15 deer kills In the reserve. An estimated five hogs were killed and one : .
r SALES AND SERVICE bear was brought down In the week of Nov. 19-25 at Osceola.-The Game Commission e it'
: estimated 850 hunters worked the Osceola reserve during that week. ;

301 DRIVE IN Two 16 point bucks were reported killed in the Osceola. area 1 i'

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Tigers ol Union County High The Tiger coach offffed these cap basketball. He's an Inside player." IRVIN GEORGEThe only VtNaltyReuter. .y.It'I9Itq
lasted some iMerwiuad adian in a sule comments on the 1979-80" .varsity LEN SHIPLEY- transfer who returning starter. A power forward Kevin A.Grim.! *-3
scrimmage TurwUy MCM but go at Tigers: helped the football team. "Len',apretty James $4 Kro
the r aJ HUM Friday najM. New.YiMbaC 3d, good ballhandler." WILLIS HIGHLANDIneligible PerryRufus $-11 JrJr
Ha'. Hornets to their ANTHONY HICKS- senior GREG JONES-Up from the JV. last year. "He's probably the best George VI
baxtetl4aa...... 14v center, a good leaper.. "Hell,help "JW one of the quickest guys en leaper on the team. Greg Willis Jones Highland 11.11. JrSr
us Inside/ the team." JAMES PERRY- who
Game fe*p-m. after a I30: JV ,., .,,,,,." PHILLIP JACKSONApoint; RUFUS GEORGE- The second played with the vanity as a 9th Hen Dennis Shipley Slrmones S10HI l Jr
/' guard... "Quick, he handles the JV graduate. "Rufus was probably grader. "He's probably just got Albritton 4.I rAnthonyllicks
The Mil ham*fame far the Tigers :.! \ ball real good. He'll be,:directingthe : the.top junior varsity player from more natural talent than anybodyout Tony 1-2 Kr
b Twi Uy M. M.Dec 4.with the boys i : offense" j last year." He' a swing-man who here." Jackson 5-t
vanxr CMB Id N up-off at tp-m.feilsaseg --- :, '"",., ; .,! TONY ALBRITTON- "Tony's a could play guard or forward CARLOS JOHARY- The 13th Irvin Phillip : M lrez
a guts; varsity tilt and boys "Probably the I r good leaper. He'll play the second DENNIS SIRMONES for1- man. "He won't dress out unlesswe GeorgeDonald Jones #r
JOe' game best leaper on the "" guard position and wing." )r'K ward. "Probably the. best defensive need him but has helped us in Carlos Johary 8-1 -gsr
Ii KEVIN A. GRIFFIS- returnIng player on the team"Union "
With just one starter back from a team, Tiger practice.
7.1111 unit and no player taller than Coach David lose varsity player who'll man a
varsity of Willis .1' post slot J&
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coach Dand Ron is aiming towards a Highland. < :! ). DONALD JONES"I'm pretty

scrappy-As running as this team balJclub.goes, we're going Irvin. George hit sure it's Donald's first year of Union Teams Win 3 of 5 in PW Bowl!

to be a small team, but we've got for f.5 points per
overall good team quickness." Ross game aIsophomore a
said after watching his split squad on the
battle each: other Tuesday night. For '78 varsity but Is Union. County High School Union Co. Classic II s
us to be any kind of success we're going the only returning 197901910 laskNb.ll Sch.dvl. ,,
to have to play good team darter ..,'.VonKy end Jr.Vanity>.
defense... we just need a good team JV-V.r. County teams won three of
effort all around. Nov M Hawthorn A 4iM I five games In the all-day Union County -
"We're going to need to run to, if DM.4 WHIUrton T H *i30 Classic II at UCiIS Field in Lake ,
somebody slows us down we'll be in Ire Doc. S Hamilton Co. A 440.0 Butler Saturday.The '
trouble. I think we've got a good DM. II ChMlondT* A 4iMDM. I Union Bengal Jr. Pee Wee's, : ",- V
bench well need that to run a lot" Kevin A. Grlffls 14 N.wb.rry H *iNDM. I Pee Wee',and the Occidental Miners "to.itt.ttl'l1: -.
Missing from the Tiger bench will return with varsity > 1r.K, V.".. T A *iMDM. I bantam league team of Union County' r".wsf'' ." '
be three of the top four scorers from experience' : at .39/22 Chrlttmo.Tount,yotPalatkJan. all won games- and the team trophy ep
last year's club, which ended the the post position. 4 C,... CIty T A *iMJon. and individual ribbons that were .A '
season with a 77.56 loss to Jasper In S Hawthorn"T H 4130.0 passed out after each ballgame.
the district tournament. The I J.". 11 Wllli.ton 'T" A *i30Jan. --i e

graduated threesome Leandrew Pre 14 Sakr Co. A 6.30 UC Jr. Pee Wee's 14.Tltusvllle,0The *
), Herschell! Holmes J.". IS ChMland. "r H'i30 IMn. .
ingle (15.0 ppg. Union Jr. Pee Wee Bengals open- ......
(110.3 ppg.), and Joe Jenkins (9.2 22 Nowborry A 6.30 I ed the Classic by defeating the '. If/ L"\AS7'Y"" '
ppg.)I. combined with Irvin George to Jon. 2$ P.K. Vongo'T' H 6.30. IJon. Titusville Steelers 14-0 Saturday mot ... Ip rt
do most of the Tiger scoring Senior Phillip 2* CroMCItyT* H 4:30 IFob. ning. "
George, a 6-0 junior, carried a 9.5 Jackson will be 4 K..t.". A 4i30 After a scoreless first half Kevin scoring norm as a only counted on to stepIn y.b.7/I/y. Hawthorn(Co....Tour.) VIA Simmons scored on a 10 yard plungeto "' '" ', .. ,:! ;
other varsity holdovers are and direct the. r.b.. II Baker Co. i H 6.311 I give the Bengals the lead and Greg \0., '" 4sfJ.iio "
sophomore James Perry and senior Tiger offense ..... 12 Hamilton/ Co. H oilO I Edwards scored in the fourth quarteron -. .1'1) ,. !: -

Kevin A. Griffis. Up from the junior ......... r .' from his point ..... 11 Kyitono H l30rb. I a 10 yard end sweep. ";t" '
varsity club Ross coached last season ,2S/29 District' VIA Defense the to r.," ,
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are Greg Jones and Rufus George, the Steelers spent most of the game In ., '" -', ., .. L1 ''. ;" '..1;.; ,
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giving Ross just five players who licks I tallest In of one short T* ."dle.... Trtpl-hadr with. th* their own territory- thanks to tacklesby ",+. .' 'li ,,.'. a *
were playing the game at UCHS last Tiger team. Girls Vanity playing. at S p.m. Kevin Shealy, Jimmy Waters Lee 'fj' ..... :, > .15 .., c' '. "
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Eight Holdovers Give Baby Tigers UC Girls JV Opens: UCPee Were 13-Savannah '.':,., ','.' ". -. fT--s: h. ......*..... .. "_ d't. .,-.," ', "

I Again the two teams were locked in a -...;:.. ., -
0-0 halftime tie but TD runs of 11 and r. ., .
Experience On Eve of Friday Start A youthful group of Union High three yards by Roscoe: Simmons in '' ", ... ff..f.. '
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junior varsity girls open their basket the second half propelled the Union : (I!", I.. '; ". ..
ball season on the road versut Lake County club past the Savannah ''; : ", '."" ..... .."' .. "..... .,' ," '
An experienced team of Union damentally he's still got a lot to learn City Middle School Thursday, Dec. 6, Patriots 130. ..';,j < ",\\j \' ,"''.'" ,: (<< .' ".:,.;"."\.1'. : ."" .1 .
i County High jayvee's will open its but he's a real good ballplayer, and and visit Newberry Monday Dec. 10, Fred Jackson, Thomas Webb, and .a.'1o.-'t.1': .>_ rsw..w.r; .0 I..,,"..r r. .. ,
season Friday, Nov. 30, with a road Lonnie Griffin ((5-6 freshman), our with a 6:30: game preceding a girls Michael George were credited with a
game at Hawthorne. point guard. Those two are the keys, varsity contest. playing well on offense for the win- Eric Pace boots the ball' out of Bengal territory against 3 5
Head Coach David Ross will be and possibly Tommy Robertson ((5-10 The JV Lady Tigers have just three ners, while Jim Godwin, Javier the rush of the Savannah Patriots. 3:J I
. wearing two hats this year also serv- soph) Inside." girls who were playing ball last Rodriquez, and Sammy McClinton This action came In a Jr. Midget game unit by the g I
.... ing as varsity coach, but where his The first home game for the Baby season, and the 13 girl roster Includes came up with key tackles Inhe\ Georgia team 200. 3
IfiIIiII varsily squad is an inexperienced Tigers will be Tuesday, Dec. 4, nine freshman. shutout victory.
0 bunch his junior varsity unit has a against Williston, with tipoff time Nadine Cummings, Janet Coney, a
wealth of game time. 6:30.: and Sandy Kimball are the Mlddlrburg It t'C!Mitey !Mites 13 Occidental: Miners 37- Live Oak 0 ander, Claude Henderson
. Eight players from the '78 JV which sophomores who played JV ball as With several players missing In the most lopsided game of the Graylon Jones William !
Ross coached are back, including four Union County Joys freshman while the freshman group is because of holiday vacations the day the Occidental Miners bantam Jackson Patrick Lee, Michael
juniors and three freshman who got 7MiOJV! Hosier headed by 5-1 Tammy Barton. Union County Mitey Mites weren'tquite league team of Union County was way Traver. David Waters and :=a

in time with the eighth grade team Robert I lolnirs 5-7 Jr "They're looking better and better enough! for Middleburg Saturday to much for the Live Oak Seminoles, Jamie Whitehead..................... IAn
Ross also coached last round John Holmes 5-8 Jr falling 19-13. the visitors 37-0.
. season JV (and varsity) Coach Mickey crunching awards banquet will be B J
out the JV team. !Mark Dixon S-7 Jr Dempsey said of the young squad. William Floyd's touchdown run Claude Henderson scored on three held Saturday. Dec. 1, at 6 S
"It's going to be an experienced JV I/enniiRoberison 5-III Jr The team has been practicing almost with 43 seconds to go in the third l Ibriif touchdowtvruns..and Tony] Jones p.m. at the National Guard Ar- i
JJ team because of all the juniors, and Tommy ItobertHon 5-10.! So three weeks he said. "The first day quarter gave the Bengals a 13-12 lead and Darren Alexander added scoring mory in Lake City for all Occidental S .i
it'll! have prelly good size to il." Ross Wally l>ila. > -;? ...So there was so many mistakes I got but a 39 yard TD bomb won the game jaunts in the easy win. Miners players. | ,'
said of the Baby Tiger club. "We'll do Curl CleinoiiH $..6 So tired of blowing my whistle but for Middleburg with 5:05: left David Waters, Pat Lee, and Jamie
. the same thing as the varsity- lot of Jerry Greene 5-10 So they're really coming around." The Bengals offense, led by Floyd, Whitehead keyed the defensive Others |
running and good hard-nosed defense. l-onnle Griffin 54)) l-'r Jimmy Murphy, and Phillip Prit- shutout effort, while Graylon Jones In other games Saturday the Savaa-
"The key men for us will be Curt Claude Henderson !)oK Fr Union High Girls chett, drove 40 yards to inside the Dale White, and Robert Webb played nah Patriots city mitey mite chamgb
demons .la R-4 sophomore-- Woody Edwards! 5-1(1( Fr JV Basketball Roster !f Middleburg 20, but was stopped with well on offense. whipped Green Cove Springs 20.0 aril
I Tammy Barton S-l Fr 47 seconds on the clock. selectedfor >
Eight Miners were the Lake City All Stars defeated W
Hawkins M Fr Phillip Joyner John Harrison, and
Paula : the bantam league All Star Bel Med Broncos 14.7Awards
S3Fr Brett Parrish led the UC defense.
Gloria Griffin
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team plays Atlanta BanquetAn ...
Regina Jones S-S Fr Ga. All Stars at 2 p.m.,Saturday awards for all P*
7k** BRING THIS AD*** Jill Carroll S-5 Fr Savannah 20-UC Jr.1\1ldg.tIO
Dec. 1, in Lake City. Warner teams will be held January -
April Hunt S-l Fr The Savannah Patriots city
( Monday & Tuesday MelanleGohagen S-S ;Fr champs, dropped the Union County. They are: Darren Alex. 10, 1980. 1 11II'II

Nadine Cummings S4 80 Jr. Midgets 200. _. ._.. ,-.IA! .'t Jrx ..'. ...IIIIR'W lllf: IftJIJ1I!!
Janet Coney S-7 So Allen Jones Timothy Jackson, and ,
Dec. 3rd & 4th Kim Pace S-8 Fr Jasper White played well on offense

Bobby Jo Grace S-2 Fr said their coaches, while Bob Johns w.f .
Land S-l So Ronnie Woodall, and Mike Bearden
HOURS 10:30 A.M. til
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New ttraaibrea IIIP girts coach.. SkfaadnaJo.rwal8t wffl be leading scorer: MaeHoffi*(13.7 ..... 7 C .y ..... 75ss #?
Frecta 0.IiQ'S shyM doesa. $1 ppg.), leadtcg rebounder Tracy ,... II G".L l.+w N... 7asSD. Union Ciralmly"alAdy Tiger basket ....HIichGir
Hankerson (U4. rpft.). Janet ball team suffered through a Liz Raster
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( Lynn J season Mickey
oI.1 J-"s.....Mat dTSes bava .kayos ppg- per. .._. t7....... Aw f ran year AaaBUUBx -:
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The live freshmen on the'rooter With four starters and tH; .apTtsd
M ol buri epracticeTuesdayherfourthwetks3R ......2A..... ..... i4le Kim CrawfordCall .
beaded by S-S Queenie Berry two other back onDerapsey's := r
1ID.q... girls eeadss5i+g rn- wilt tt*team. are *Who .....29...... N... 731 varsity players ; RacersDehraAIkriUea
last yens VII scmad.. InetBtgig** The Lady Tat es open their should se*plenty of playing time according ..... S. U-task ... 7as Bneup begin the began et=j 1'

nil play a tec r. .*. the 6nt few sessoa at*.*.. Dec. S, to Ca1DeniDea.piDst to Coach dawning.The other .... I -....- 7. High Pk should for KareaWatkaMSaadyParrtaii
freshmen are Loraia Ban and BreadaMack. Away times. S.1E.
the Lady Horriean ofGanerriSe .... 7 SMMF
Tone scvboatores and Ore 7sMII
pmeL The Lady Tigers will the first
Mgh.Returaoc ,.... ... .... get Teresa gkawa ,
beshmea dot the roster and an theLssodahta ..... 735Fob.
Cose Cbewning said the lack of test of how much Improved
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Uut CMC QtevaiC spoked. from last JaneU year's team JV and the lack of depth will be major U U0.11.. *..y 7aS when they host WiHistMTs.Lady Edith Jackass ..
are the leading scorer t : Easier. .... M-M ot.htaGkr.hao
*.7 ) and the leafing refcounderCRttresa problems for the Lady Tornadoes. Devils: Tuesday night at 5 pun. to the Dcaeua Caauttegs

PPfr Woody. IfcJ rpg.). Also Coach Chewning expects the Lady Tiger dm.MI .

5 .1 wifl be Valerie Chandler Hurricanes of GUS and the Lady Bob- "" ....... think we're going to be a lot better
y. returning
...... Hankerson 3J cats of Buchhotz to be the strongest this year" Dempsey 'emphasized 1
(7.7 ) and Judy W......
KENTUCKY FRIED J CHCXENlURCCrS. ). teams in the Bradford district. Other Jvvar.Des. last Tuesday.They're got a totally Starke Rec.Basketball.
IK- Jackson from the JV witha teams ia District 5-AAA include Live 4 WmMMtT* M XDM. different attitude than what they bad ;
.. PCGLYW1GGLY.SONNY'S 11.4 Hope up will be counted: on Oak. Santa Fe, and Eastslde. !. M.Mfcm A tOt last year. They're hustling... they're :

REAL PIT BARB CUE. at pawl PIleaftl"age.guard to direct the offense. "We'll need the support of the student DM. It Oil.rUMp* A X.I playing as a team.all I year" Just The last day to sign up taithe

HURST SHELL STATION. Also: up from last years t-JJV squadholidays body at BKS and ef the community Da. IS lnMilch A X 1Dac. playing together : Starke Recreation: Departmepfji
to have successful season," 17 H1wt11.1R. A teals .aD. Four girls played together aU last youth basketball leagues for".!!fear

ANDREWS DRUGS. conJuded Coach Cbewning. ... ii P.IL y.....,... X. 6ae year starters,as Dempsey neBid.year' olds is Friday.Nov. 30. :3;::31

HOUDAYKMN.GAROCN DM.M K.yN MJwi. ...... squad with young players. There will be three leagues;Aim
RESTAURANT. Are Coming! BUS Gilt Better" .4 OOM dry A X i. ,dix. a MH senior was the leader of for M year olds. 9-tt. and Ubl;iQ

Theresa Wdjr S-7 Sr. JM.a fci>..a..t\- M X .i last dub and Joins returning free of charge. Players eaDdillei' regatfer

BRAMA RESTAURANT. Us Tell You Valerie Cfcaadter" W' Sr. ..... II WMMMi-r A X.I starters Page UcCill and Kim at the Old Armory from S JO

BRADFORD UOTEL AND Let Judy tUakerM M Sr. ..... 14 Hmmnttm c.. A fcMAM. s Crawford' ,, both Juniors and Gail a.m.-9:30 p.m. or at the Pratt $t.

Ja eU Eacley SSr.. IS ChI..... T H X .aMN. Rogers a sophomore. center from 3-5 p.m. 1\(\,,
TORENA MOTEL. About Our 10% Off
Janet Williams 5Jr.. -Anne was the only one that bad of '
.21 M._rtM>i*. H l.MAM. .S Players also must attend one the
9111.1... 0_p., Special Thru OctoberK Mae HeWs S-S Jr. .14 H.K.riT H feM -. ever played ball before and the more following clinics: ..-.-Nov. 29,or Dec;
Lynn Leper S-S s.. ..... 3S P.K.VoT* H X .i or less carried us last season. This" 312Nov. 29, or Dec. 4.13.11Nov'X
1V,, ... Ir/.F.ed4.N SiX .aJ & f Upholstery Tracy Hukeno S-7 8*. .....39 OowCTtrT M X-s year we're playing more tam ball or another date to be announced?

HopeJaeksea S-4 8*. --1..1 ../.T_....... T.LA. Dempsey noted. Games start December 5 at tie-'O1
.J l:._ 4963032w IAnIa Ban 5-4 Fr. Also back from the vanity are
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.0.onion Qoeeaie Berry 5-J Fr. ,.... 14 .*,..D.. A .>Mr 5 Karen Watkins and Sandy Parrish ,
FREE ESTIMATES BremU Mack S-4 Fr. .fcjl /M District with Edith Jackson and Donella CUmmings -

up from the Junior varsity .
squad and Teresa and Patricia Sir '"

mono rounding out the team. jyCirt* Glr. ". g':

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were last season I know that"Dempsey Open December 6 ;_ ::
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YOU MAY 'em bard for four weeks... I'm surprised ; :r"

none of them have quit on me New Keystone High girls JV Coach L
but they're banging in there. I think Bob Smith expected 28 girls out-for- :

they realize we'.. got a balIgamecomJng the first of two tryout days Monday. .
GREAT OPPORTUNITIES IN LASt up Tuesday and they want to after school. down."
be ready too. Smith said hear cut his squad -

"We will do a lot of fastbreaking to 13 girls after Tuesdayssesasioo practice- .

this year... we're going to run all and starting Wednesday
SUNDAY'S GAINESVILLE SUN game long. Most of the schools: we "we'll start to really work 'hant :'

play have got taller teams that we because we'll have a game eight days. .
oJ have...especially P.K.Yonge(a state after that. ; : t
semifinalist last year)." The JV Lady Indians open Tburs-

SECTION. 3, Dempsey said be knows little of day night. Dec. .. at Interlachen..:..; ;
CLASSIFIED WUlistoo a team that didn't field a "We expect to have a good club.-:

... squad last year until the Suwannee because there's a lot of JV people.
Conference Tournament but says back and they had a good club.last .

"This year I expect them to give us a year" Smith said in anticipation of.
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Keystone Indians a AA team In Coach Ron Brummitt of the season- After one quarter Orange Park led row In the second period to keep OP
against a neighbor that annually puts opening! loss. "I didn't see anything Ididn't 11.& At halftime the Raiders were from building on a 12-9 lead
out one of the toughest AAA squads In expect to seebut we were still In front, but just by one at 18-17. The Raiders cored the first five
the state played tough for a hall but more ragged than I thought we'd be. When the third quarter ended It was points 01 the lame behind the outside
let the game get out of a reach with a Clay was certainly a lot more tied 33-33. gunnery 01 Steve Morgan, g.me'abtab
poor third quarter against host Clay prepared for the game than we were.. The last eight minutes meant the scorer marken. Tbe Tor-
I Tuesday night. They did things smoothly and evenly ballgame and the Tornadoes of Bradford nadoes willsel their first shot off
'1 Clay which led by only three after a while we still looked like we were do- won the final quarter 13-10 to eke until nearly two and half minutes
1I I quarter: and by four at halftime ing things by the numbers- we're not out a 40-43 win over the class AAAA were gone in the game and didn't
scored tote first 13 points of the second playing by instinct yet. Raiders of the Gateway Conference score until 3:23 had passed. A short
half In a three minute span to put the "I don't think we looked anything Tuesday night. .
] Indians away. That spurt, during like what we'll look like later, Brum: Two straight steals by Frailer Bass .
which Keystone was twice called for mitt added saying his club has taken and successive buckets from Dwayne
three second violations and threw the great strides in improvement in only McBride keyed the victory as the Tornado contest close. Bass's steal.and driving
bail away three times gave the Blue two practices since the tipoff game. backcourt took charge down the layup gave the Tornadoes their firltJead7
Devils a 43-JW advantage and the Clay outrebounded the Indians 4-.29 stretch. McBride hit from the at the 1:59 mark In the first
game was never again In doubt.At with Smith collaring 13 caroms and corner to push BUS in front 38-39 right quarter, and they stayed In the hunt
the end of the third quarter Clay Stacy Williams getting a dozen. Carr 4:18 left. Bass then came up with despite shooting 38 percent In the first
I was up S3-39. having outscored: the Indians led Keystone In the punishing board back-to-back steals as the Tornadoes ball.
pk 23-13 in the eight minute stanza. war with nine rebounds while Dyal slapped on a 1-3-1 trapping press.The Bradford's marksmanship Improved .
Keystone damped on a fourguardpressure chipped in with seven. Tornadoes convertedneithel' of the to nearly 65 percent in the last half.
attack in the fourth, "I was Impressed with Derrick but steals Into buckets but after Charles "We were patient ot good
and it worked,at least then I expected to be." Brummitt Lee rebounded an OP miss McBride shots against Orange Pare." said
a Indians outscored the 'Devils a-1 durIng said, "He's the type of ballplayer canned a 13 foot Jumper on a pass Tornado Coach Mike Sexton of the
one stretch with a 17 foot Jumper that'll look good for you in a game like from Kevin Muter That bucket gave victory. "1 felt real good about the
by Eddie Dyal cutting the gap to 12points that. He's consistent and he'll battle BuS Its biggest lead of the game. For us.!' getting good percentage
63-51 with 1:33: to go. Dyal underneath." Carr hit four of seven Kame-40-35 with 2:10 to go and the shots la the key. We're going to
keystone's top scorer with 21 1Ioor'lhots and five of seven from the Tornadoes preserved the margin as force some turnovers and of course
markers, and the other guards were charity line. the clock wore down. we need to score: of those turnoversbut
hurrying Clay and at the other end 6-1 As a team Keystone's 17 of 53 OP cut the gap to 42-41 with a when we're not Just run
junior Derrick Carr was asserting shooting figures to an Ice-cold 32 percent bucket at 1:03 but the Tornadoes beat and gun. We need to be able to set up
'BH$;Junior guard Dwayne McBride cradles a rebound against Orange Park. himself inside. Carr popped In seven Clay wasn't much better, hitting the OP press and Edward Hamilton's in our offense, be patient and get a
McBride was the Tornadoes top scorer .In last week's two tournament games of his 13 points in the fourth period, 28, or 36 percent, of 77 attempts. lay-In from Miller made It 4441. good percentage shot. We did that
working inside against &-1 Clay Moments later Hamilton cleared a against Orange Park, especially In
iif!(tki&J\? points including key Junipers In the win over Orange Park.
David Smith who led the .
strongman Keystone II I13 II 1) defensive rebound and McBride was the last half.Irodtord .
.nouicJteTbuilding: ) 'Devils with 27 points. saw 14 I* 23 1i 71 fouled In backcourt. The Junior guard 44Or.n1.iwltl
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Clay regained its composure In the ..><,. .-0_7.1.11. BHS final minute, turning the game back O..m Fro c-_!.. i.mit .... IP..M .**.
JV' ._ throw swishes that upped the count to
; Tip-Off Friday Into a rout. 41.1..N CIIop a..Nl.FF.I 144. lt._TOTMt..lMV/14-U_ 4C-41 with Just 25 seconds left. ..$..... ... FF/L .... la-4. 1r..M. ta..
"I didn't think we played well at all ........ 1a,.. IW11.la.14.11._ ...... _*! s Lee' and Bass led the Tornadoes .FFa. W.w ..... aw FI1. ..... 1 lf..
'. By RlcharclSmlth Coach Stephens' plan for the ., at il-..". !..* .. .. .. M.11.t 1 a,V. I/aM.
year in any department. except maybe > !- > Win ee> with 12 and 11 points respectively 0_. ...' Ab.N lt.. _..t_ FI.'.
Student Journalist TOfAU.-M.It/M.ri.
includes the stressing of fundamentals the last when we went to some while Miller had nine rebounds Lee I//. 1 F4 -.. Fla. Moe .-.-..Miin
With only one returning veteran and getting the players ready for pressure and got some kids in there eight, and McBride seven. Miller "-.".VOTMT lt.. t.P.w ...,.$.
(Cln Williams)' from last year' the varsity in their future years.
7-14 squad 1979 could be a rebuilding The second game of the season for ,
Dint coach Rick Stephensand the BBS Jayvees will be at 6:30: Tuesday
year his vanity eager ,Dec. 4, against the Bishop Kenny
The Baby junior Tornadoes open their Crusaders also in the Bradford High

season Friday Nov. 30, with a 3 p.m. gym.
game against Eastslde in the Bradford -
BUS JV Roster

i The gym.bulk: of this year's JV squad Scott Hudson S-S So
from last Todd Jackson SSo..
wUthdmade: up players
team. The Ronald Davis 5-, So;
year's311 ninth grade
Herbert Hawkins S-10 So.
player moving from the frosh team
Robert 5-8 So.
(Todd Tyson
include the leading scorers '
Eddie Winkler 501. So.
Jackson1;: ppg., and Scott Hudson
Ben Tankard (-3 So.
9.5 and the leading rebounders
Chock Williams (-2 So
Winkler ). Also Joining the JV Eddie Tbompkins3 So.
Keith Jones 5-10 Fr IJ TG&Y :
with a year of ninth grade experience Emmett Watkins 5Fr,'
wilt be Robert Tyson. Ronald Davis Clifford Smith 5f'r.. 4F
and Herbert Hawkins. Freshmen ex
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First off we all want to extend best wishes to Warney Adklnson the Bradford 4 S
High teacher* and basketball coach who suffered a mild heart attack Friday Dress Prints ,
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'... Fprmer Union High sharpshooter Boyzie Perry pumped in 21 points for /' 'I
Daytona Beach Community College in a season opening 94-92 loss to defending, .f I x VV Polyester DoublekniteThere's ,
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11 remember last Summer the 18-year old-and-under group of Keystone, Choose from a super assortment at
Bradford, and Union County players and parents took a baseball vacation to ... 'these low pricesPickadillyThis. I
Montreal. 'fhls season they've planned a Junket to an even more cUslalt comer of 4
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As expected the District 5-AAA representative. Gainesville Eastslde didn't, c : Permanent: press for non- i
. have much trouble nailing down a first playoff win Friday night. The 10-1. Rams 97- I 1.79 1.27 wilting style. t
:- smacked 4-6 North Marion,35-14, probably the weakest team of 18 playoff entrants. Rep.. 1.29 If' ,.. 1 2 7 .J l
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WUUston the 4-AA flag-bearer represented this area's AA district well.
. leading second-ranked Jacksonville Bolles (11-0) moat of the way on the road
. before falling 2114. The Red Devils end 83. BoDes seems headed for a AA title I. y' ,.
. war with| also unbeaten Dunnelloo, the defending champs. I, a
>( EasUide plays at 11-0 but unranked Oviedo Friday night. BUS Coach David ____ T2
I Hurse, who might have seen the Rams at their best when they routed the Tor J8 .Aria! .. .
i nadoes 39-7 early this year,figures the Rams will go one more step, but no fur- .
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i" gatnst Oviedo I think they'll win but against Mlltoa they'll lone," Hurse : i '
:. answered when asked about the Rams playoff chances. U Eastside wins Friday I
; night Uy would meet the winner of the Milton-Jacksonrule Lee encounter to bet .. I ifJ"IfI..L' : ..jj'. .." a r,1 .
played in Milton Friday night. "Lee doesn't stand much of a chance"Horse said ", ". .. H ijl. .
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: of their joad game against the defending state champ Milton Panthers 9-2 thlsyear I ,

; ,with losses against Class-AAAA(oughies Pensacola Pine Forest (visits JsxI TCV'IK :s 'V'"TI..O ",,,CMAIItOI1I.' POLICY''.TCIY'.usy! N N alweye;, ..... 114........... _c.......... In d.j.etj W.sty .Is eus ........ le
Fletcher In the AAAA playoffs Friday) and Choctawhatchee., *rv.n< ..>._...to enter that lwwtlH ? / e
': rMUtan plays a lot of AAAA teams I Just look for Hurley to win It again," -...........--, IHt _......4 .. tnvu .... MI.. w11ee It ...._ e.41NN. ..r ._ ..., ........... ......... .wNyt* _._..... 4e rmtla5 V
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Ladv Indians Get 1 -2'Start In Rue\ .t(t.d OP ,Tflurne\: ''' 'ft"';!1 n'llr.---j: :.,: 1. ', :: -L :iJ.

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:. Mr*. Btte: C. Bell (M> of Rt. S, Mr. Jotwpb Edward Rauler n. 61,
The Keystone High Lady Indianswon "We really didn't play that well at #- L d North the of Brooker died Monday Nov. M, In

one of three games In last week's all in act I've been very disappointed k, :. Sandra "''Nor oridaaRRegionaleHospital in Alachua General Hospital after an apparent -
Park Girls Thanksgiving In the way we looked 1 throughthe ; Gainesville
Orange ? a wood led the Lady Wednesday following a heart attack.
Invitational- enough to please whole tournament Boatwrl t long illness. Mr. Raulerson
Indians with 25 Keystone Box Scores Born in Lake Butler.
Coach Boatwright. said after the Lady Indians followed a Mira. Dell! was born in New
Kathy I points la three Market lived in the area most of his life, He
38-29 win over Jacksonville 4, tourney games. M KtVtTOMl II 11. 1' M Ontario, Canada January 23. 1920. was a member of the Church of God of
Englewood with losses to Orange INOUWOOO 15 1 M > ft She was a member of the Sudan Interior Prophecy in Brooker.

5.OR Park ((51-31) andJax.tournament.In Paxon (40-20). in the markers win came'over In t....".1"4.>tnil.rt4.-......_...w_, _..t.,. Missions of New Jersey and at- Survivor Include: his wife,..Mrs.
the season-opening Englewood. tmtltl f**.X.ii'i*.|.|. tended the Friendship Bible Church of Alamae Green Raulerson of Brooker;
its opener Tuesday night Keystone Heights. For many yean five none Tommy Edward of Ocala
5O moved out to an 11-2 first KimOM .
Keystone 4 M SIOMMOIfAM she and her husband Missionaries
were Gene of Lake Butler. Robert WiUard.
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quarter lead was up 23-8 at the half -""' SCOMIt. --.. *.!.,. e..M.e IIKIVSTOMI to Nigeria Africa moving Jimmy and Randy all of Brooker;
and cruised to an easy victory. All 12 ..*.?.SmMl!.....MMwk-i..WMm/ .*S,_ here in 1971 due to her UI health. mother Mrs. Onnie Raulerson of
Keystone girls played about equallyin /';"" '''''' 141.5.wNr Sll.KlvtTOMS Survivors Include: her husband. Brooker; three brother, Raleigh of
the win.Sandra \ Karen Smith William E. Bell two daughters Ga. ofTbomasville
dal Commerce Floyd ;
'\ 5-IS
Norwood popped in 14 points was second high MX.FAXON II I If *fMVSTOM Grace Bell. Stance and Joy Bell Ga. and Henry of
and led Keystone on the boards ,,'i' scorer behind SCOUM- Im**. S-l-,. N.w..d |.!4. Melrose; one son. John Bell Starke; Brooker four sisters Mr*. Ethel Par-
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against the Lady Rams. Kathy '... Norwood _w. '-',. *iw4 ,-.-.. .. Wife** .-,.,. Wlml.rla1. three brother Alexander
hitting .
rlc' rish of Gainesville Mrs..Estelle
and Wheeler add- i ...VtafrMft t.*... ,
Stephanie i., for II points- Mathewson, Sault Ste. Marie Ontario Latner of Thomasville, Ga., Mrs.
ed six points apiece to the Keystone ;;.... ,. seven against David Mathewson New Retha Rapper of Amerlcus Ga.-and:
Heights cause. \,J.I Jax. Paxon Satur Market Ontario and John
""" Mr*. Lucille Sarber of Orlando..
That victory moved the Lady Indians day night.In Mathewson. Stouville Ontario; one Funeral services were held'

into a semifinal matchup with ,;.",t... squad with seven points in the loss sister Margaret DeBruyne, Ft. Erie, Wednesday Nov. 28, In the Church of
Orange Park the tourney favorites. ," while Norwood was held to four points Ontario. God of Prophecy In Brooker)with Rev.
"It was a war we couldn't" even get but snared 11 rebounds. Beth Walrath Funeral services were held at 11 G.C. Fogarty officiating; Burial

Into our offense Boatwright added five rebounds and Betsy Boat. a.m. Friday Nov. S3, in the Friend- followed in Dedan Cemetery
remembered, as Orange Park the consolation game Saturday wright took in five caroms. ship Bible 1nwch with the pastor, Brooker under the direction of Archer

pressured Keystone throughout the night Keystone's poor shooting doomed Rev. Ralph E. Godwin officiating Funeral Horn of Lake Butler.: .

game Friday with their aggressive the Lady Indians to a 40-20 defeat '.................................,."......... Burial waa In the Keystone Heights .Ii ,
style. Park took a 13 point first at the hands of Jax. Paxon. Cemetery, under the direction of

quarter lead ((19-6) and never looked The Keystone vanity girls play at DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home. Sam C. Rawlins :
Zippy SOcc Power Reed" back in the 51-31 win although the "We shot 37 percent at the free Milliard Tuesday night. Dec. 4, at 6:30:

engine Lady Indians played more even In the throw line (four of 14 to Paxon's 10 of as part of a road trlpleheader. Mr.Sam C. Rawlins 87,of Rt.1.Box
Easy shifting, Vspeed gear the fourth 19)) that's pitiful.. and
second half- 'winning' we shot s.I-x+ Mr.Smith "Smlttey"DeVoe. 434 Lake Butler died Saturday Nov.
box kick quarter 146."Defensively. e-e-npercent from the field" Boat "I don't know that much about Mr. Smith "Smitley" Anderson 24, in Bradford County: Hosptial-after
Primary starting any
gear we hung with them wright moaned, drawing out the field Hilliard except that we beat them DeVoe 67, resident of Starke. died a sudden Illness. .

Hiqh.riser handlebars. pretty well they usually score 70 goal percentage to emphasize her twice last year and I think lost at Friday Nov. 23, following an extended Born in Deland Mr. Rawlins-lived
Low rider saddle points a game," Boatwright said. disgust. "We ran our offense but we least a couple of girls." illness. in the Lake Butler area for the past

Custom tail extension Sandra Norwood and Kathy missed shots every way you could Mrs. Boatwright said of the road test. Born In Beatytown N.J. Mr. three years. He was a retired trailer
Low slung exhaust Redfern again led the Lady Indians miss 'em."We The Lady Indian coach would be DeVoe was a retired supervisor at the manufacturer and a member of the
Sporty hot flame tank decals with seven points apiece with Karen hard-pressed to even give a scouting DuPont Chemical Co. of Starke. He Baptist faith.Survivors .
Complete light and turn Smith adding five markers. Just definetely had a bad night. report for her own squad after Just was the son of the late Arthur and include: his wile Mrs.
signals Two Orange Park starters were lost We could play with Paxon I'd say three games. "Our team Is hard to ; '
8UZUKI&l!'aO Francis Toney DeVoe pioneer Ruth Rawlins of Lake Butler;; :one
for six weeks by injuries in the game within five points if we were playingwell assess after this weekend. We'll Just
residents of N.J. Mr. DeVoe was a son Emory Rawlins of Macon, Ga.;
The Derformet and it showed Saturday night as San-' we'll and they're" as good as any. .team have to wait and see." member of the First Christian Church one step daughter Mrs Elizabeth
dalwood upset the Lady Raiders for I play. The will be Florida Crown
SUZUKI OP STRFIKE game a of Starke. Maggio of Coral Gables; four grandchildren -
.., the tourney title. Karen, Smith topped: the Keystone! Conference contest.
"" :tOl .102 Survivors include: his wife Mrs. and two great grand

Elveria Hocker DeVoe, Starke; one children. ;
daughter Mrs. Celeste Rowe Funeral services were held Mon

Keystone Heights; two sons, Denton day Nov. 26 in Raiford Baptist
DeVoe Starke and Smith DeVoe Fort Church with Rev. Hugh Walters of-

1IEAGLE1 Leavenworth Kan.; three sisters ficiating. Burial followed Jrj _Sapp
t Mrs. Florence Humphries, Lakeland. Cemetery under the directin of ArCher
Mrs. Marjorie Creager Hacketatown. Funeral Home of Lake BuUfrj

GLAS0WAR2SST N.J.;' Mr Virginia Bishop Dover

Iris Swv Stew N.J.; three brothers Arthur DeVoe. Mr. Ellis W. Rohlin 78--- l.

as.s.los.aist Jr., Hacketstown N.J., Adrian Mr. Ellis W. Rohlin. age 78 .of;E.
., DeVoe. Highbridge N.J., Raymond Lakeview Keystone' Heights
and six
DeVoe Starke grand
children. died suddenly Thursday moming'.lItthe ;
Bradford County HOIptal.1n!
Funeral services were conducted at '
11 in the of Starke. ,
a.m. Monday Chapel
Born in Hofors Sweden October 1.
Archer-Tanner Funeral Home with
1901 Mr. Rohlin had lived In.the USA
Rev. Roman cf
Alvarez Pine
for over 70 years moving here from
Level Church
"- Baptist officiating. Castor Valley, Calif in 1967. He was a
Burial was in Lake
Crosby Cemetery
retired District Supervisor JvlOt:the
S 1 a with Archer-Tanner Funeral Home o14
0 1 S. S 1 Pacific Gas & Electric Co. where he
Starke in of .
4 arrangements.Mr.
had worked for over 36 years Mr.

. Rohlin was a member of the Kiwanis

Club of Richmond Calif; a 51: yt a?
TOP MAKER member of Gadsden, Ala. Lodge:.NO.
.Alfred II. Evenhuis. M 236 F.&A.M.; Director of San Pablo
$15X0 TO $17.00
Mr. Alfred H. Evenhuis age 88, of Salesian Boys Club and a member
.. JEANS FOR Mfr the Park of the Palms Keystone the Community Church. .

.. / SALE-PRICED! Heights died at his home Monday Survivor Include: his wife EvelynH.

" morning following a lingering illness. Rohlin; two sons, Ellis M. Rohlin
Born In Kalamazoo. Mich., May 4,
San Mateo "Calir.- and Roger ;C.Rohlln. .
. .5.WERLa.11' 1913 Mr;Evenhuis eame'here3years Arlington( : Va.:;;' mother,
ago. He was a retired building contractor -
Mrs. Emma S. Rohlin Keystone 1
Vet ;
f was a member of the Calvary Heights. ; -

Bible Church of Kalamazoo and at- Funeral services were held'at>. ; 2
Look, manl Moo's rn* Mm tended the Park of the Palms Church. Nov. fol
p.m. Monday 28 in the chapel
1 to pick up a groat pair of here.
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home,with
( ana. MO group ot bnwnad Survivors Include his
and orokm col- : wife JoyceE.
prawaahad Rev. Buddy C. Friedlin officiating.
DiarrnoN AVE! ON APPLIANCES s'onth Hand i Evenhuis; one daughter Dr. L.
A 7 FOOT BEAUTYI) ,f Burial was in Keystone Heights
COLORADO SPRUCE! CALENDAR RADIO FOR PLEASING OITTBIAM'M MEN'S BOYS'PLAID CPO JACKETS log atltoMng* lots and of moil e.ymirEi Ei Ruth Clay Athens Greece; two Cemetery with Masonic Rites. .

31.87 :::.26.83 UPTO 9.88 8.88 7.88 rgs.a-M. Kalamazoo brothers Mich.Edward and Dr.Evenhuis Francis

Evenhuis Ypsilanti Mich.; one Mr.William Blaine Teeter.72: /"
Fir. ralardant polyalhylan. Awaka to mutlcl Snoot bill1200. watt dryor. can opanaror WEREN4e" WEREa41
with stand ,,_.,...bl. raalliml ton month snd day display hamburger makar larrUW buysi BMndd wool plaid In ..aortal cobra etyl.d with sister, Genevieve Mead Kalamazoo Mr. William Blaine Teeter age 72.
2 front chMt pocnata with burton*) flap, nylon % 1M Mich. of High Ridge Estates Lake Geneva

,, :."'.'lIlt.. rRacroRNUJ' ,Ilwd.S.M.LXL .j Funeral services will be held today died Friday morning In the Bradford
4 M yy 4 ..... ;; Thursday Nov. 29, at 1:30 p.m. in the County Hospital in Starke. .Born in
chapel of DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Racine. Wisconsin May 2. 1907 Mr.
Home with Mr. James Gilbert and Teeter moved here eight year ago
A Rev. Byron E. White officiating In- from Chicago. Illinois. He- .wawa
terment will be in Keystone Heights retired machinist a member of the

oo s Cemetery.In Zion Lutheran Church in Gainesville
p v aPs f 0oM lieu of flowers donations may be and attended the Keystone: Height
I D M made to the Park of the Palms Lutheran Church presently meeting

Church for the ministry of Jack and in the Lions Club. .'

c Wil Ruth Spender.Mr. Survivors include: his wife, Elln6r
_- I J amil r W. Teeter; one daughter' MarilynMae
MEN'S 11 QUALITY MEWS WOVEN Teeter Lake Geneva; one son,

PLAID SHIRTS ORS SLACKS .Chester Ivo Larrabee.CS William J. Teeter Schaumburg. I1L 2

r+! d Mr. Chester Ivo Larrabee age 68,. Funeral services were held .Mon-
CHRISTMAS CARDS.- a88 who lived at Rt. 1 Keystone Heights, day. Nov.. 26, in Roselle Illinois with
O JW DISCOUNT PfllCB a Dln at the North Florida Christian Service burial In Memorial Estates
AT SAVINQSIAuortad FLASH BAR OR HEATER! RADIO OR CALCULATOR ( MEN'S Camp died Sunday morning in the Cemetery. DeWitt C. Jones Funeral
Home was in charge of Joca.tar-
Untoonle Veterans Administration
10 Caprlo MEN'S GOLDEN SHORT SLEEVE Hospital .
Card pack C"'I.of sam....... 77 C Pocket In.I..IIC.8 8 Calculator Modal #I l ff. 88 POL UNDERWEAR DRESS SHIRTS{ S.ad.slit Gainesville.Born rangements. .
PRICE Far in Augusta Maine. Sept. 7,
oawgn. DI8C pRIce DISC. PRICE Dl8C. 3 PACM
Portabl.AM/FM/ 3.99 3.97 1911 Mr. Larrabee moved to Florida
SytvanlaFlash '
3pk.papar, 77 C Bar 1 97 f 23 and has lived here for the !Mrs.Gertrude Bryan WlH1anittMrs. .,.'
25 s q n. aulcokxlul flash by a P X 1 -*! fWER6A44- years ago
or Flip
daxgns 1 SNIRTS POLYESTER T.ES..1.M. : past I years. He was a carpenter-
WAS4I" WERE UP TO*!r DISC.PRICE Gertrude Bryan Williams,'age
WERL A4laair \ 11 / millwright trade member of the
20 rnlnlilix 8up.a, Proclor by 90, of Starke. died Monday Nov. trf
.. 9 3i'o 19.96 2-8ilca Tou1M11 Local of and 24.
blinking liw Ml &.Gnc Saw a Carpenters 696 Tampa the Bradford County Hospital following
for Indoors Hwt. member of
WAS ter WA89.e' WAS saes. MEN'S KNIT POLOS. r' 'rll..b was a the First Christian a long illness. Born in Nahiuitd,
Church Starke.Survivors .
NEAT PLACKET STYLE I Ga., Jan. 26. 1889. and a resident of a
BOYS'LONG BOY WESTERN include: his wife, Starke since the year 1900 Mrs: |
I 2.98 SLEEVE SHIRTS JEANS.IRRIGS.3.9 Dorothy L. Larrabee; one daughter Williams was a member of the First 1
I Shirley Jabrae Lake Geneva; one United Methodist Church
WAS.a.M"Tnt,1IIud and-east
97 son Paul A. Larrabee
6 August,
nylon cut for owner and operator of the Magnolia
aotlv comrortl! Handsom Maine; his mother. Sarah M. Lar-
*aoMd.8.M, L.XL. WCRC AAI OUR DMCourr PWOI Hotel for the past 59 years.:She was
( Maine
mil/ rabee. Auburn, ; seven grandchildren
aSpOTOS the widow of the late Arthur Williams I i
and seven great grand
+ NdMPANTHS.PICO. Survivor include five nieces?Mrs

CELLO TAP E, IT. QUAKER STATE EAGLE C or D f SPANISH : *' .OP THREE children.Funeral services were held at 2:00: Gladys Durden, St. Petersburg.:;
'h"xW" CELL BATTERIES TRICYCLE Gertrude Spearman. Lakeland. '
HD30 MOTOR OIL -Mrsy !
10t Nov. 27 in the
p.m. Tuesday, Chapel
L Lois GaUana. Tampa. Mrs.Helda* :
41 69C 19 17.83 r of DeWitt C, Jones Funeral Home,
r WAS 1.44 Felix Tampa and Mrs. Vivian-Bush i
Heights. with Rev. Allan
was WAS7Ar WFRC24'EACH WASJaM( aw Gr On* ato* ins a*. Keystone Gainesville; one nephew;;' Ce'cil+ :
L( 2IJR AM.ootora,kirn. McMillan officiating. Cremation Powers BrooksvUJe. -s-
followed with burial at a later date in .
the North Manchester Cemetery ........... ........ ..... to... ..............., .. ......... i
LADle"KNIT Manchester: Maine. :::
AM TOWEL MATCHING T2" *0" PRINTED are most grateful to Godson the i i
.' DISHCLOTH BLANKETS 4.96 Mrs.Anna Grace Rau gift of friends like you, who h4Vebeeti)
1 OURDWO.PMCC Mrs. Anna Grace Rau. age U,of Rt. so kind and thoughtful during these f.

INDY ROAD 11...."TINA DOLL BOATS OR ( DLLECTORS' DOUASSORTMENT 66C cJw 6.88 'a Poly/eoHon In _LOft 2. Keystone Heights died suddenly hours of sorrow. Your visits\ ., calls';
6 RACING SET COSTUMES WHITE SHARK D18M TOWEL WAS.W i M14w oolrwaSM, L. Thursday afternoon. Born in Pitt- flower and every act of kindneu I
: sburg.Pa. on Aug. 6,1927, she and her' have given us strength and.inspired
10.88 2.96 2 : husband had lived In Seattle, Wash., tlon for the facing of this hour.: -May.<:

OVR DISC. PRICE OUR SC ,nscr OUR DISC PIC' !! OUR DISC. P It .L. IINITIaNLr for many years before coming here 2 God's richest blessings ever be upon ':

years ago. Mrs. Rau waa a member of each of you. ,.;
wrrw Sal
t r hIS h JSIIPW 1 Rap ce the Episcopal Faith. The Family of the late t

; Survivors include her husband Rev. Roosevelt AeU.-S
rw 1fw Richard R. "Dick" Rau; her mother, .
Grace C. Ross of Keystone Heights; -- \1

;;.. one daughter Beverly Ann Sykes of Your, kind expression of food
,r .
4JJrh' Miami; two sons, Brian and Steve flower, prayers, cemetery: assoeia I *
,, poi i ..... 8OIOT ......nw-ee Rau..''both of Seattle; two brothers tlon donations and thoughtfulness t
DLCOLOArL M1SSAICK ST 10SIPIIPPIROeWY" VAleLwt WORK 51408 MIMrfwh111/KPoe ....RauL..UNall1E W'IIOM' John D. Roes of Melrose and James during our time of grief will always be
nuomoq NAmSPeay ASPIRIN Poe T"kna awne wrrM.nn.T04.r.MZiS7.ia. .CM>I.aw asoe < 1gCOTlJllaBI
I M. Ross of DeBary, Via.1 one sister '
I eats ::3:94&1 s:97-: Beverly Hanks of Melrosel; Family of J.C.'Harrtty();
Jf. 1.99 1.19 99 29 9941.09 18,34 7.88 : Graveslde funeral services were .

.., WA. .de' WAS J' WA/ss. WA14tr WAes.M'' WASS...' wgy&e Injnp.O.PRICE OUAOOaPMCE OUMOnaPMCE' held at 3p.m. Sunday in the Elutm 1

\, .,' '. : ,. Cemetery in Melrose with Rev. Bud- We wish to exPress our thanks>i.lyr. ? I: .
W. dy C Fnedlia officiating. Interment all the kind expression of sympathy-

STARKE KEYSTONE HGTS. ": : : was In the family plot with DeWitt C' extended to our family during our regent
Jones Funeral Home in charge the ,
312 W. Madison St. & 100 ''f'!:'."" ': arrangement loss.The Family of Bill Well:

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Monday 7 *J.. Hwy TXAMPOUrMi' New round, OUITARi Model 14134. 1977
north at city limit, lilt $!99.96. Mia .".". Classic electric aouHc

....... Public Auction 1.12 ,IW $399.99. sole ovation with hard caw.
.it:> ..fy PrWoy 7 p.m. end ALziiqjLs $249.99. Phono 1-778-3837 Mint condition. $OS firm.
Jax. TFchgPtNOHOt See ot Mode Musk Shop or
..r, Sunday 7 p.Ift.01141
qW l : ; wekom. 4tpd All kind, hog call Delano Thomas attar S ;
I 122.1' 1113 r -. p wire welded wire, barbwire p.m.. 933-2210... leave

"C'\ PoHrtIm for.Idoriy wood chain link; name and phono. Might
help i
POt $ALI Brown vinyl SCWrNO MACHWI
'1' trade. Will finance tf good
free estimate MANNING
? : at couple Lake ki Geneva.their recline* $75: 19" Quasar SlNOD fUTuaA HOMES FOR RENT WANTED PENCE CO.. 473..IU. credit. Wont to buy D-39
coI .portable T.V. $173; Ono of Singer' flnett Keyttone. TFchg Martin" : I1I1SttdI: ; 11/29
:'t. 4734367.. 2tchg kitchen tatla and four model, Doe oH *rltche* FOR SALE PALMS APARTMINTSi Purniched 0000 PRICES PAID for wed HAVI Bohla or Alls I*, eon- PtMWOODi 1/21on pickup
/ /
chair |4$. 473-3343 Itpd without attachment offldencle and 1 fvtooiw nortMMi If mortgage .....uoItfcu..forftoldorbent cut and ....... $50. Phone
"!; : SAlll AKC Reg. Collie. 1129. Make buttonhole, blind MOBIll HOMER Why pay M opt., weakly or mon to 3/4 paid or more.CH.IN soles. From 79 4 473-474t. "" TFchg
.*. 2 week old, CASH FOR OOLDi Sterling hem, monogram, ttretchtltche more?Ivy direct from foe thly. NEW FURNISHED MOBILE HOMI SAISS bale according to DRAIN FID PORK torfreraar.

'' for ChrUtmo Jwrelry diamonds. coins. *, ate. Sold now for tory. large election of 24. STUDIOS monthly only 944-5606. Open 7 day quality., up lorry LoFoll.tta.Stork. Phone 9644IB2.H22 .
." 473-2584. Itchg dental gold. Will visit your $979. Balance $194.10 or 14. 12 wide. COMMUNITY 2313 N. Temple. Storko. weekly TFchg .. 9646273. TFchg. Stchg 12/6
;lu / homo anywhere. Mr. KIN.man. $13 per month. Will toke MOBILE HOMES SALES US KITCN WANTED Mobil homo OK Wl BUY AND SETA CANS
SKI BOATt 16 ft. flbergla
'. IALII Guinea pig $3.och. 479-109.2/1 Mnchg. older machine a* partial Wl North.Open to dusk NITTI.. One iR lei and tire. Will pick up.OLlN'1 doll'. IfVol 111 Wi I Pecan
i '' 73 boat 74 69 HP QOf
Two dog. Ml lob., apartment, pool. TV. AC, MOBIll HOME
"' IAKI LOTS FOR SAlllKeyttone pormoI1t. for free "ham. 1 to 6 Sunday Phone C., Starke Parmor
angina, gator-nit
utIIIHe Included. SALES 964-5606. 7 *
-old. FREI.473.3I73. Totally Open
yor Height trial and delivery", call 964-8741. TFchgIS Market. "122 Stchg 12/6
t' 11/29. furnlihed. Weokty. men.thfy day a week. TPchg $1.900. Call 964-9764 day
'L: : Beautifully wooded lot on credit managor collect M MOSHU HOMI All. rate. *. TEMPLE MOTEL, CASH FOR COINS. Gold or 431.160 after 1.00 p.m. BQOZS la the Blblef
tlNTl PvrnUhed clear, and bottom ke. 904-374467. tfn 1/29 now insulation i and penal.ing.
Booklet, "A. A Thorn
: .llver
dental TFpd
s 880 Axe. ,
N. Temple starling
-'' | .. Hart Moon ....... Good term or discount for AMERICAN LKMON LINGO New wiring and plum Stork. Phone 964-7397. gold CP crap(NvolypIkd CHAIN LINK PINCI Oath Up". $1.89 to IItumlnator. -
3 baths, tomll,* court, eo h. f to Sacra.with nICe Highway 21 north Saturday bing. two AC. Reasonable. 9/20 TFchg.MIMOSA frame, etc. J.R. Bull- material Do H younoff P. O. Box 992.Oca .
hoof' and 01,. troe overlooking lake 7 p.,,,.and Sunday .2 Phon. '.....,76. 11/1 MANOR MO8IU Ington 964-6250 offer 5:30: and *.... ln.tallatlonavailable. **. ,. 32761. 11/22)
0't' through May from $,..00. $500 p.m. Public Invited, tfnchg FOP HOMI PARK mobile homo p.m. TPchg.It Proa eoHmate 4tpd 12113PIRIW000t
:JOG monthly Cell tampa 'd.I5O-m.C-- FOR RENT Trencher compactor SAll BY OWNItt 24M69doubrewldo and spaces for rant. Phone HandyMan Pence Co. Pinewood with

,: 1 -I39-Mo2I. Itchg.J1/29. clot .lot on ...21 North cement mixer, mobIl. home. 4602912. TFchg take life 964..", TfchtWATSON" plenty of fat. Also. young
'. SAil. Keyitone oreo, S available. Owner- pressure waher lawnmowers On 3 2/3 acre with BOO ft. TWO ROOM UFrOtNCYt 1'corn 1 HOUSI OP hone: Phone 964-5417.

t'" .*. wooded. graded 101_. 473-4379. 2/22 tiller, other on SR 16 I. $27,900. Phone efflcloncy and ohosleeping to love life." VACUUMSi Many brand 1l/292tpdl2/:
Homo or mobIl. tfnchg. garden auto and_true- 964.a695.IS TFchg room. Weekly or of now vacuum. Wed 16 FT. BOATi with running
.*. Tormi. $9.900. FOR SAUl Two acre on tlon tool.. KEYSTONE REN ONI YEAR OLD HOUSE with monthly. Coma to Under. Edgar Lee Matters machine available. Pert light and control $49 or
-: Itchg'11/29 SR.100 near Keystone TALS. Hwy. 21 North, 3 IP. 2 both.. deck. wood Motel., 9Vk,, mile' and accessories for all bet offer. Phone 9647262.
473-299. TFchgKIYSTONI ,'. 9.2 acre North of Storko on US 301.
WANTIDi Houio Height $300 down. $61.88 an.rpl..av.r 404 NW Itchg 11/29
*, roof,repair,barn per month. Phan.473.4058: OAkS. CJoe to Pond, posture' ..Iectrlef."c. TFchg.OARAOI. systems YARD AUi Saturday Dec
Key.tone Ht*., on SR 100. AND OFFICISPACIi PERSONALSERVICES 10th. Ave.. Gainesville' ,
.. painting, room addi or 473-4367 after 6 p.m. High and dry wooded 1/2 *. Phono 964-6741 far rant. Phone phone 376-"10. TFchg I. 9 to 4 p.m. 411 N. St.

., croon porcho *tc. 312912127 pd. acre lot with lako .._. 11/22/tpd 12/20' 964-5361 or .64.6"$. BAHIA HAYl Argentina, Clash" St.. Starka. Itpd 11/29
"r |lob too _II. Mlles LOST. Vlvitor camera. Loft $3.250. Owner salesman, FOREST HDOHTSl 4 mile highly fertlllied. Phone OARAOI SAUl 9 o ">, *" {*
ropalr, on trunk of cor. Ho ten 473-7060 peeves 479-1310. North toward prleon. 3 SR. i1R H1D'APAPTMINTs' 3 1ILL'1IAW SHOPl Completesharpening 964-6071. TFchg. Saturday ovily *>oi"otogoHt
ri ) -3997-c1or. or 473-2803- tlmentol valua. Reward.Mr It/22 2tpd 11/29 2 both. Only $1000 down. room and bath control service circular 8RIC-A-IRAC SHOPS Just *., 1210 Bradford St.

:. 5 p.m. nchg 1/23 *. David Morris Dill SPRINGS' 2 BR. 2 bath. Occupancy 60 day from heat. No chlldon or pot. hand carbide, opening. Hwy 21 North of Itchg 11/29
v, 21 81 Extension. Privacy. 4732565. Itch 11/29. king and quoon model. Full approval dot. Special. Phone 964-8021. 2tchg chain mower blade hollow Keystone Ht. Ceramic, YARD SAlll Saturday Doc
..: 20 mlnutot t. oere of land. Only $979 financing available.' Affordable 1129STARKSi ground and balanced. plaque, doll. Indian I. 1:30...... until 4:30 p.m.
KIYSTONI O.UB Ex.cutiv.hoes.
., ..It Spaed- down and payment under Homo, 931: W. Call Now homo for rent. 100 West turn on Alton
Jackson other Item
.. Leave at Building Jewelry
3 Il. :2 bath den
V Rd. to lit 21 Into flrap""'.. 2 car $229 month for qualified St.. ....5533. 11129 3tchg Owner toy okay' to 1 leae Supply. StarkeorKsy.toneHt. Phone 4737042. 7/36 Ho. then right" on Nell
7<' ... 4 models to oarage.Over buyer. Only one loft. Call 12/13 for 6 mo.toeyear./I.2 TFchgALCOHOLICS TFchg Court. 3rd house. Itpd
1500 ft. Walk
.. from. A* low a* Iq. lob Han! 964-9933 or ROBERTS ROADl 9 milesWest both.brick veneer, located
golf Paved treat. OkT YOU COPY of the
down appliance.. coura. 4733133. P.S. :3 .I. 2 both toward prteon. One In exclusive Saratoga Ht. MOUSi lAVAWAYl
1; If you buy bore only VA-no$1,990 money down.down.Chooa FHA alto available. 1 1/29 3tchg acre estate :3 IIi. 2 both Affordable Home; Phone 964-9148 or 9646582.TFchg Bradford CENTENNIAL County ISSUE.Telegraph Wo Singer Athena Electronic
*. lob Harrli, Af- 12/13
.p' your own color lob HOT fireplace." Payment a*low 964-5533. Payment $325month. still hove a few copies, left 2000"II machine. The
Horn 964-5533
** .
UPHOLSTERY Reotonable month for Minimum 6 mo.
rl*. 473-3133 or 9645533. a* $240 REMODELING BUIIDINO.MPAIRSi In the office. 135 W. Call bet modal Singer moke
/4733133. 11/29 3tcHg 11/29 :3tchg 12/13 price. 473-2033. 4tpd QUALIFIED BUYER. Note: 3 .lea.. Special deal M you Now kitchen, St. Don't miss out on this Need someone to toke
11/13-12/6 other plan available. See or* In market for new bath*,family room, Brick $17 month or
; teiuot You'll get 102 page over pmt
EfiE#- 'model under ontrucrlontoday. home. Call tho Homo Arranger black concrete. Fireplace'
------ of Bradford balance of $487.
lob Norris, pure County pay
Grlllli Con
Affordabla Home. peclallitt.
rp 964-5533.11/29 12/6 history for only' $1. TFpd Original price $990. Will
2tchg Phone 473-2108
931 W. Call St.. 964-9533. ttructlon.
Union Ads toke trada. Phone
11/29 3tchg12/1J or 473-2578. TFahg lIMIROCKi 20 yd. semi
FOR SALE 964.8312.11/29 2tchg 12/6
$190 month. $100 damage
WANTEDi A load AllEN I.
family needing only.
deposit,' Couple only. and oil ,.. of SEVERAL ITMSWHets, kit.
angina ,.
a 4 BR, :3 both home' with TAYLOR lowtey. Phone
chen ooblnot dreer*.
Phone 964-8614
1969 PONTIAC UMANS. or lawn mower repaired In-
Air/hooter work. Good plenty of paco.. Can move 964.761.29 Jtchg 12/6 cluding reborlng. Work 782-3172. TFchg gas heater, chair, pony.
1 In by Christmas "If ROUND BALES OP NAYS $19
FOR SALESIWINO running condition. $375. you con UNFURNISHED HOUSIl 3 SR, done reasonably. Henry camper trailer many other
i'. Carlfillyaw. SR.238 toward. Providence : qualify. Not*! this home I I. kitchen dining room Irving Browder 964-5760. 6/21 aach. Phone Arthur Item. 3 mile Wet of
MACHINE 9 mile houie on 70% finished and the lint room both. Phone Hchg.BtRCH1. Oaiklnc, 782-3140 or ltar.... December I thru
.l' PlambiaJ, SINGER fU'fUaA' left. 4964944.11/29 Itchg. approved buyer will get 964-9333. Itpd 11/29. IPM PUT CONTROL 782-34971 TFchg 10.11/29 :2tpd 12/4

SenrtcD One' of Singer' flnottmodel YARD SALEiSat. Dec. 19 this home. W. will not ONI BEDROOM furnished SiRVKIS OP FLAT 320 N. GARAGE SAlll: 1226 Bradford
: Co. *. Doe all stitches e.m.-5pm. 189 S.E. 5th limit application on this apartment. $100 month. Temple Av.. Phone IAKI HAMPTON OAKS St. Friday and Saturday
Rt 4 Box OOT7 without attachment. A"", ., Mite household booutllvl hamo 1ft walking I Phone 964-6201 after S 964-5934. Household pat South of Storko. US 301. 8 .."'. to S p.m Someof
/).- Lake'Clio 'ia.( 206$. Make buttonhole, blind Item, children clothe, dlitanco of choa,' plus a p.m.ltchg "/29 and termite. nil TFchg 1.8 beautifully wooded .....fthlng. Itpd 11/29
I.: hem, monogram stretch book.. toy. game and bay window for mom and o TWO BEDROOM TRAILER SIWINO MACHINES acres with pond cleared 1972 TRAVEL TRAtURl ..2..
; [ Phone 755-0603 stitches etc. Sold new for ladle.clothe. l l/291tpd. fireplace for dad.''Call or Convenient to hopping 'RIPAIRIDi All make. for building and "eptlc elf-contained. Sloop 4,
If No Answer $579. Balance $154 or $13 I 1969 .FORD LTD Need II>come to Affordable center. No' pets, no ,.and, oiled and ad- tank permit. One aero very good condition.
month. Will toko older r ctarter and carburetor Home*. 531 W. Coll St., children Phone 964-8810. lusted $10. Workguaranteed. homoclto with 171 .... CH After 8 P.M.i' par
machine a* partial pay- good dependabloI 9.533.29' 3tchg Itchg 1129.'UINIIHID James 301. On-half acre lot, Hpd 1129GAIAGI
_to For free homo trial I I traniporatlon. A/C work.. 2/)3): APARTMENT Strickland comer Morgan treed or. untreed your SAlll 823 W.
: | $:JOG. Call 964-5240 after 6p.m No children or pet*. $110 Rd. and Hwy 16. TFchgOFFICI from
call credit 1 I choice, $3,750,
and delivery Cypress St.. 9 a.m. until
,.' or 496-2261, ok for first and lott. Phone MACHINE REPAIR ..
called t Liberal term
manager Lor, 11/22 tfn. 964-7521. Itchg "/29. Phono 964-6502. Starka Friday, Saturday. Small
904-376-4467. tfn 10/18 'pickup and dollvery.11/19 owneraloman. 4737060or boy and adult clothing..

".' ____ __ __ CARS a HELP'WANTED' 4tpd 126.BRADFORD. ova 475.1310.22 much more. Itpd 11/29
2tpd29 INFLATION PtOHTOb Plenty
,U29'.a| i ) ,- I tv 6 TRUCKSOWNIII "itt SfRVrCli Bradford redden- CHRISTMAS(BAZAARt.DM.I. ..J, jpf good fresttgroen Mur Rt
;.A>> : ; n, ':-SEARCH1NGFOR""ARICH) fiat pump-outi. $45. Com.merclal 9 .m- 4 p.,":Hoftcf. ray'* Cardan 714lafayelto
", 6/G'ET and Induitrlal. Ful croft Item, hamburger, '' St., phone
'sf SUPPUMINT YOU RIDM- ly licensed Phone hot dog, chill baked 9647326. "Itchg 11/29
MUST SILLS 1976 MINT or prevent Income 964-8121. TFchg good. Do your hopping GARAGE SAlll Saturday
-' QUICK" FORMULA with CHIVY IUV Pickup 4 cylinder red by becoming on I lndpen- DIVORCES UNCONTESTED with u*. On lot beside Dec. I. 9 O.m. to 5 p.m.
'i( topper. dent carrier for the $85 plus cot. Allen Telegraph office. Santawill Clothing household Item
38.000 mil**. AT AC. ..- Ool esdll. Sun. Mutt b*
Baldwin 4Norn.y,491/2 bo there for
'",, your 609 Melton Terraca,
I ; cellont condition. $3200
;! over... 18 and bondable
.!' firm. Con bo son anytime and have dependabletransportation. St. John Ave.. Palatka children'* pleature. Watch Sterke.ltpd" 11/29
"' Fla. Phone 3257549.11/15 for our parade Saturday
across treat from post office Phone FIRtWOODi $35 per pickup
4tpd 12/6
In Srooker. Phone 964.1170.22 morning. Itpd 11/29 truck load. Phone 9644957
2tchg BABYSITTING In homo:
my CANI SYRUPi Phone
.as.I 25'. TFchg 11/29 or 782-3071. 368 N. Cherry
Monday thru Friday. Prefer
.....5617. 11/29
1972 DOOGSi 4-doot AT RIOISTIREO PHYSICAL to Infant. Phone 9644674 St. Itpd 11/29
) AC, $700. 634: N. Cherry THIRAPISTi Imm.dlot. 964..126.22 2tcKg 12/13 SEWING MACHINIi Sear
./: St.. or phono' 96/-5752. .opening In Golnetvllle and 11/29 GARAGE SAIL by 3'tamllle lest with cabinet. New.

Itchg 11/29 surrounding area. 1.2 e.p. LAWN MOWINOi Acreage Saturday Dec. 1, 9 a.m. to $299. Phone 712.31..'. Itpd
Will TAKI AUTO 01 TRUCK New grad will be con- and lawn. Reotonoblo. S p.m. 4 mile North of 11/29
"', a* port of down payment .Nerd Varied pt.. load; Phone 7823991. 11/22 Starka on US 301.Curtain, YARD SAlll Morgan Rd. off
t :( ) on a now home on your pod. thru geriatric. Phone 2tchg 11/29 dishes. clothe, much 301 N. Friday and Sotur.
.' land or our*. lob Horrlt. 379-7034 for Interview. more to chooto from. Itchg
BASYSimNO IN MY HOMEl day. 9 to S p.m. Shotgun
.. 994333.11/29 2tchg 12/6 "/29 2tchg 12/6 Monday thru Friday 11/29 tool, lawnmower, coffee'
: 1973 DODOI PICKUP 3/4 STATE 'SALES MANAOIRi night" weekend Fenced 1$ ACRI FARMS with haute table. swap light chair

.tout tiro 318 angina. See at, manual Hlmon'' B. The Auto Club of America yard, 4 bedroom, plenty ,trailer on land. Ten pecan ceramic.craft*. noveltle' .
ply *
;; : ) -, _. -or call will provide o salary, ear of room teparaleplayroom. tree Phone 964-8077. more ...11C011on_. Itpd
.. Garage teoy.t expenses. commission, Phone 964-8107. 10/4 TFchg. 11/29
473-4032: after MUST
6p.m. and Insurance for
group 11/22 2tch929 PORK GRAIN FIDi Buy
SELL. $700. TFpd experienced ale. ADDITIONS
REPAIRS RIMODEUNO direct from' form. Killed
; 1971 TOYOTAs by owner. to recruit and SEWING MACHNilSINOMFUTURA
: manager No fob too largo cut and wrapped. 73 centsa
:;!! $3.000. Good condition. train tale people In or too .mall. Flrplac.
Ib. dretied weight.
Phone-5238.Itpd 11/29, Florida. Immediate earn.Ing kitchen etc. WADE lUll ,One of Singer'* finest
1973 TOYOTA TIUCKi Run Phone 782-3639. 11/8 4fpd
a I over $1.000 per CONSTRUCTION lowley. model' Doe all tltche
Advertise good. $1.099. Phone H. F.Clov..ttl. month. Phone Bud Bali cal. 712.3973.29 TFchg 11/29 without attachment
your product or servicein ., 473-4508. lot for Interview AC I AM A TRAINED TEACHER FIRIWOOOl, $39 for half Make. buttonhole. blind

e : the TELEGRAPH. You'll be Itchg 11/29 '409-751-4430. Itpclll29MISCELLANEOUS who will watch teach and cord. Phone 964-1210 otterS hem, monogram, stretch

1976 Bet tun .4 ipeed & air, food your child In my pm.15 4fchg 12/6 ttltche etc. Sold new for
amazed at the results. The few mileage, homo. Phono anytime, $579, Balance' $194 or $13

;'. S299S.00.Adam Auto Sale. 964-8187. It pot 11/29 per month. Will take older
TELEGRAPH puts you in touch Keystone H.Ights75470.. with EXPERIENCED MOTHER VACUUM SUEOVERSTOCKED machine a* partial pay

2 with 27.000 potential buyers. ( Itchg It/29 FRII fenced TO yard GOOD only.HOMe Lovable II would like part-time ment. For free homo trial
babysitting In
my and call credit
1974 Pinto Wagon 31.000. Golden delivery
Watch sales boom ![ mo, old mutt. Part One child $.90 hr., 2
your per collect
,, mile, one owner.$1493.00. Retriever, love' children. hr. Phone 20% OFF
; -SI
or more
: per 9CM ."'7. till 1011W.110rHHfrs
t Sole Phone "
# : Adam Auto *. Ha all that*
964-7379. Itpd "/29CHRISTMAS
'' Bradford County '
'i Keystone Height. 473-4470 964-7379. Itpd 11/29 NEW-USED


1979 Chev. L.... 12.000 h
ytarkol Fla. 964-6305 mile. ".1<<11-. M.849.00. MOBIL! HOMIsmvict *0*. Enotttrt Bulldog Pup. ...... .I .... ..e.Z" ,
Adorn Auto Sale. >OLES MMtfy tor ChrlMnu 80
Keystone Height" 473-4470. B .Chat Presser 'ISO AL YOUNG'S Thru e'"'

i :: 1I129Itchg. *N.Honl Cun Relter. 3 U. N. Hwr. Sot Fast Rotary : .
*!;**. Phone 782-30S4 SrAlt,,. ,.. DrHUng Equipment \
Stereos STATE

...... ....LICENSED
: :: WE PAY CASH Phono Needles ,
: : .
1M .J Pumsa .
tj P BATTERIES Records t* *.**

., ) : $4.50 EI. ::USED'W'SCase Oir Christnas Present T. YOB! 11 New UBX! [

ALUMINUM CANS KnivesIIIIM.r' HIE 12" B/H Portable TV 11
8.rP.nS rvlc6-
22' Ib.., .J I

OTHER METALS Oenrf Ptvtna, $11 rIRIII -- Color Console In Stock E.Z Tams
Hepilr ................_.... i I
SILVER COINSBRADFORD And RMurfMlng. Drlvwy*, Ideal for the kids room
Louise' Starllnotvnln Parking Lot*. Hoed*, I to. .1..8 PANEUNC Mama's kitchen. I 1.1 I PIu Yke!A. ;

( ."..3OftI Cl Mecelonny 9647923"Y II CENTER or { ................. i

INC. (* Heiqhto boor 8A.M.and Altar 8PM. Offer Valid to III New MkSErglonRalodg -

838 N. Tempi Q430e3 : / 4100CAREIX ca lt. .Pmajbig MoMrtg I 12/24/79
1. Kitchen CabiMto | With This Ad. I .. .

WAunIMJDOZUII REGISTERAS OffOBTTUNITtatlve "Y os local. repr**wl- I Counter'r0JMl'I I W. Sowfc WftM w. So And AM Oth r II .5..e..e..es..e.s.s.s .

: AND OIL for one of the no rtion'B lorgest' Inau'raneek Ykl4U efandL, flMticlng Win Approved CnOtf. ranc.

co. The person w* ... .it m tur*,'doing wellIftewhot l| lIaJ1ab1. .,...s.s...
I ftvT'1i/E l1. II. FREE '.J.
tt 1IuIdoz. Wd at present Job yet sot Impatient( with I *w. Invite you to compare our price I I POMP ft SUPPLY

Lars or Small prog'.... No prevnecessary experience Ishow ESTIMATESNYAII'JINlll11 I Hi] on PMeo ,and Quasar Also fiCA a

1 *LanFM 'I \, ,.\LP Bot9aeJi gram: Earn. as while we you t I learn.complete, Benefits training Include pro- Iii I!II.1 Zenith" thru our MWdlebura. 1ItDre.II I ,I 50MPANY.. '

Pond* .t' ;Motor Home Fined group Int., major m x dlcal.,;disability, dental. I .C...: .I Advanced letro.1c.I I ae4 $. Tempt Ave

,, WATERS J and retirement benefl'ft. Excellent opportuntnent I I408. BPHHt I
ThornpvonSt ErCH$ 0044)842Opon'l
418 .
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960.494 t.MaA I ty for future mof101le'1Mr For Interview' toll I bey'A.Weed 16 P.M. 1 dffakll vF1* ;
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JV Boys


Open at Hilliard

Tuesday Night

Keystone High'Baby Indians open
their 1979 JV basketball season on the ii
road Tuesday, Dec. 4, as part of a '.
trlpleheader (boys JV and varsity, \
girls vanity) against Hilliard.
The Baby Indians will be directedby
new coach Rich .King when they
take the court
"I'll tell you,since I'm a new coach
and we've lust practiced together one
day I really can't tell you much,"
King said before practice Monday, 1
"But I will say our program will emphasize
the fundamentals for Coach
Brummitt (varsity coach Ron Drum- 1
mitt.. to get the kids ready for varsity I. U
ball." .79 a.
King said he expected over 25
players out for the team and would 'Tr
carry them all since Keystone High
has no program for seventh, eighth,
and ninth graders. "I'll probably just
dress 15 players out for each game
but I'll keep all of them on the
roster" he said

Keystone Probable High Roster Boys COUNT DOWN CLEARANCE NOW AT

Scott Adams S-R So ,
Clint Blankenvhlp 0O Fr
Kim Bostlrk $-. So
Itob Durocher 5-10 So
Brian Gassrlt I-Z So
Keith Jennings 5-6 Fr G
Mike Lewis -0 Fr :
Jeff!\It'Duflie 5-8 Fr .
Ross Mllllcan 5-10 Fr

Paul Greg Strlnmf'tl Prlt'hard 5-11 5-11 So So 206 W. Madison St. Starke 964-7200 .J

Jrff Stalling 5-10 Fr
Mike Zowarka 5-8 Fr .
Bob Strickland 5-10 Jr
Sam Sibley .-0 Jr
Dean Powers 5-10 Jr Where You Won't FindA

Rotary Scholarship Tent Sale-Red Tag Sale Or Inventory ,Sale. ,M' ',

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Golf Tourney But You Will Find That We '. V '" !

m.' :! "
Dec. 8-9 ,,,,
Set For \ '
',. '. .

8.9 Club.played Scholarship The, at 1st Saturday Starke's Golf Annual Tournament Golf and Starke Sunday and Country Rotary will, Dec.be Will Beat Any Deal In North Florida.1\\1,

Entry deadline for the tournament,
which will benefit the club's scholar
ship fund Is Saturday, Dec. 7. Cost Is

,, $40 with to the half scholarship the entry fee fund money and half going Bring Your Prices In And Let Us Prove It To You.

going for tournament prizes. The

Country Club Is waiving green fees as e e e 8 8 e $ e e $ e e e . e . . . . e . . .
\ a donation. Prizes given will include
I special prizes for designated holes

along Persons the course.wishing to enter can Your Ford dealer is how receiving allowances and special cash

register through golf pro Herb Herresat
the pro shop or mail a check to: ; .>, ,
Starke, Rotary Scholarship Fund, incentives he can pass on to you when you buy selected new """" "
P.O. Box 32J, Starke, Fla. 32091.
Golfers entered take free
can a '
Dec.practice 17.Snow, round during the week of 79 Ford cars & trucks.

DATA POST AA19369OlviftSir.I.
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Ski Trip ---- 111019I

Set in FebruaryThe
I Free Customized
Starke Recreation Departmentis *
offering the chance to get out of the
Paint With
sunshine state-a snow skiing trip to l 60e Job .
North Carolina in February.The i
local recreation department is W Each Purchase
sponsoring a weekend skiing trip to Long b95
the Wolf Laurel Resort north of I This Weekend TERWILLEGAR
Asheville, North Carolina, in
conjunction -
Va 50 206 W. MADISON ST. .
with the Macclenny Recreation 36p5Q STARKE PL :32091 .
I Department for February 1519. G' ocounl 00.OQ Thurs. Fri. & Sat. ., 1. '., H ,,
Starke Rec. Director Cheryl Godwin .
6 '
: .f
said she needs 19 people to committfor uQe S etWQ 1S ,,,.. .
the trip. 1e oo Nov. 29 30 Doc. 1 TO I ALL FORD DEALERS ., t \ ". .
Polder FV'a .
The two groups will leave Friday, ye .r-"
Feb. IS, at 9 p.m. by Trailways bus older \ncef FORD DIVISION IS PLEASED TU ANNUUNCE THE -79 COUNTDOWN
and will return Tuesday Feb. 19, arriving keB Til '?:loft CLEARANCE DEALERSHIP CASH INCENTIVE ON SJl.El.TkD 1979 MODELS. THIS
The cost of the bus trip and rooms in )
resort cabins (four bedroom condominiums MOVING OUT 1V79 CARRYOVER MODBLS
including kitchens) will 6BSW REDUCING YOUR PLUOR CLAN EXPENSE
be 196.27. Ski rental rates for all day IMPROVING% DEALERSHIP PROFITS.DEALERSHIPS

Saturday, Sunday, and Monday are .. ... .,... .. .. WiLL
$55 for adults and $43 for students, : : OP EACH ELIGIBLE !
(with college ID card, etc.). Lessons . ". "._. ." TO THE FOLLOWING SCHcOULEI T *
cost $5.: e..r '
Interested persons should call the PAYMENT LEVEL ELIGIBLE UNITS
rec. department at 964-6792 or come "
by the rec. office at the Old Armoryon ,,110'! MUSTANG WITH '.0 LITER ENGINE
US-301 where brochures and more 138QThuniiftrbird .; : IfcXCLUOING PACE CARl .
information is available. \:' ...d" 4.! :. LIGHT CONVENTIONAL TRUCKS IF-100
THRU 'F-39U WITH 9.0/9.4/6.6L ENGINES

Classes Starke Offered Rec. .j''q!;!. f ....-.-.---..:--,3't'A.a._---..--,".-'-. ... -'.OR....'l ENGINES..... '.----------..---.-
I : :
Acrobatics Courses $8313.00 300 LTD. WITH >.OL ENGINE
Gymnastics classes will be offeredby '.' THUNDERBIHO (EXCLUDING HERITAGE SERIES
the Starke Rec. Department for Discount 1O13.OO :1 'i .-.y..1} 'j.!!. '."' v WITH '.0" ENGINE ";;I' .
,iX' .:: '
boys and 5-17, V "
girls aged starting '" ALL RANCHbROS
. .. 1 .. ., ..
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January 4.Instructor \.. -- -----"::::, ----- ------ ------- ---- --- .------ --
Jean Reid, a certified ., $7300.00 ,, 4"? ; ,! ,1' < ,t f f'LTD -
gymnastics teacher from Gainesvilleand 0400 WITH a.DL. ENGINe
former University of Florida ;: ,,,Ii; i ." Ford Incentive 300.00 *''. LIGHT CONVENTIONAL TRUCKS. CF-100 THRU
'-1501 WITH 7.9L ENGINE
gymnast will teach three classes
(beginners Intermediates, and advanced .-J, ,1< ., ',rr. \'. ..-, ECONOLINEVANS/CLUBWAGONS. ,, WITH 7.'L

) each Friday afternoon star- 'L' fl. &7OOO.OJX ____._______.;...\.L! ;_;_4_____.w_,_.EMGlNI....__.__.._.__._____._....________.____
ting at 3:30: 4:30: and 5:30: upstairs at .
the Old Armory in Starke. Interested
mory recreation office, hours GREATEST SALE Of THE t '01$. > "
1:>>5:30: Monday-Friday.Cost will be ., ,>
t I $15 a month. Students will also need .*.*.;.?.>.v '' ,
leotards and ballet .. ,
or gymnastics B. L. CRUMPTUN '-
I shoes, and a may need a warm-up > '. GENERAL, SALES MANAGe R

; / suit.There will be a class- placement session 1980 F 350 Chassis Cab ': ,> ". FORD PIVIjZON., ; ;' :
Friday,Dec. 14,with students beIng t F : >: ;': :'" :
in of
placed one the three groups. .,
;_" "_ .' .AS LOW AS 1""

The rec.Night department Aerobic Dancing is registering Aux. .Rear Springs/H.D. Front Springs, ;jr tljl", : .o;. tl "" ; "N
,), now for a possible night class: in JL .. 1
aerobic dance excercls to be offered Knitted Seats. Western Mirrors > f '

,I In If January.enough Interest ft Ji shown the Cooling Radiator10,000 GVW' Mi"It;: to choos: $6'60000 '/ :' ;r'. :

; classes wQl) be offered, possibly on ,, ; .
f/; Monday andbr Thursda t nights.A fee V-8 PS,, PB/7:50x16-10 Ply/ 3augesW.1.,.... j,.. from t ;;, ..;, ,,'. \' !': .M'
will be charged, with the amount ;V 'it '1 ..., j r; .", 'I\I '
depending on the number of enrollees. RETAIL .,9500';, '." .... .'f. ".,' .' '. if"<.',," ."7 ,"
interested persona should call
AVM. ;
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