Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/04236
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 13, 1980
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:04236
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November, so far appears on the way to following September and Oc- SECTION Ai
tober aa dry months in this area. Only two-tenths of an Inch has been News .... .. ....,Pages A-lAtA
reported in the county since November 1 and this came at only one fire Editorial !. ,. .........Page 4A
tower, Santa Fe. Society,. .. .....Pages SA-7A
The Brooklyn Lake station near Keystone Heights reports zero rain Correspondence .. Page 7AMA
since November 1, and only 2.2 Inches in October. The lake, which had Sports.... .. ... Pages MA-MA I
been holding its own for several months, has started receding again. Levels Real EI'..,"t -.Page 1A
Kingsley the most stable lake in this area Is at its lowest level in many SECTION Bt The Sweetell'Slra."berriell This Side of Heaven I

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The Florida Forest Service forecast is for Increased cloudiness Friday Classifieds. .... ... .Page 4B&7B 102nd Year STARKE FLORIDA 23 Cents Copy II }
and a chance of rain Saturday with mild temperatures over the weekend. Obituaries.. .. ...........Page. 46 ., 17th Issue. Thursday November 13, 1880 DSPS 062-700

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Homecoming preparations at Bradford High School are winding down with
Homecoming Week activities starting Monday, Nov. 17, and building up to the
big day Friday. Nov. 21. .
,,;. BUS Vice-Principal Charles Thomas and Student Council Homecoming Chair- '
man Bobby Epps, leaders in the buildup for Tornado Homecoming, are both
.' -" stressing community involvement this year. Any organization, group or alumni
,": t \ f class can take part in Homecoming through the parade get for Friday afternoon
Nov. 21. Anyone Interested In entering a car in the parade should contact Greg
Alvarez or Mr. Thomas at the high school as soon as possible. Persons who wishto
enter the parade must notify the school by Tuesday, Nov. 18.
Former BHS Homecoming Queens who contact Mr, Thomas. beforehand willbe
L\\ recognized on game night. '
Entry fee for cars is$3 per vehicle with prizes for the top three being $5, $3, and
$2. School Float competition will be in two divisions a class competition bet-
ween the 9th, 10th, 11th, and 12th grades and competition between school
\ l organizations. The top three winners in both groups will be awarded$Z5,$15: and y\
\ t. $10. '
jI' The BHS Homecoming Committee for 1980 Is: Chairman Bobby Epps, ,
., Secretary Paula Jordan, Dee Gaskins, Kathy Henderson, D.J. Riddick, John '
,: Riggs, Angel Folsom, Linda. Gravel, and Connie Davis. Mr. Thomas Is the Sponsor. -

Homecoming Week Calendar: .1

Monday. Nov. 17- Homecoming Queen and her Court. !
.HATSOCK DAY at BHS,a Student Also, any former BHS Queens who
5 BUS Queens... Council sponsored event where wish to do so will be recognized. They '

Only one of these five 'iiHS coeds will be crowned homecoming"queen next .Chris Hamilton and Melissa Mayo tr>,, ., students wear the wildest and Thomas.iifv should, contact Vice' Principal. Charlie '
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... Thursday night,.at Tornade.WbirL-but..aay ne-ol them would make Ijrfas The entire PHS student body" voted TuMdajr lo deterXlar iFel'queen;butboly r" -wackiest hats of they cgnxlecorata along A HOMECOMING?:biN Eii-" :tJ'" .;
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homecoming queen. They say they went mind who gets the crown. .'' Principal Jim Duncan knows who It Is.He went" teal un iltheiueen In. announo the theme which is I960'Twist Homecoming"'em Twirl sored by the Junior.Class scheduled .1
The candidates are ((1-0t) Becky Cooper, Tammy Baldree Both Starner. ed as the highlight of the Tornado Whirl. i 'am. Beat 'em down, Beat the Pirate after the game. .

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Who is 1980 BUS 'Homecoming Queen ? Treasurer register chance at with at the a cost prizes the of Student,25 a cents free ticket Council to havea to Jhr
'- the game or Tornado Whirl.
One of these five Bradford High coeds Is already the 1980 homecoming queen, 4-H Advisory Council. She was second! runner-up for Strawberry Queen last SKITS TAPED Monday night at
but they won't know which until the end of the annual Tornado, Whirl next year. She Is active in Hope Baptist Church of Theressa. the BHS Library. 9th grade at:5 p.m.;
Thursday night Nov. 20. Beth Starner, daughter of Mr.and Mrs. William E. Starner of the Meng Dairy loth grade at 6 p,m., juniors at 7 p.m., All
Crowning of the homecoming queen Is the traditional highlight of the Tornado Road south of Starke. Beth Is a member of the BHS chorus, the Little Women's and seniors PREPARATION .0 .,
Whirl. Club, and was a cheerleader for three years. She likes cooking, skiing, and dan-, FLOAT at the Srlryry4J'
.The girls all seniors and all 17 years of age, were chosen by their classmates active in the Hampton Christian Church. Fair Grounds from 3-9 p.m.
from a large field. The entire student body has voted Tuesday to determine the Cassandra Hamilton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Irie John Hamilton of
homecoming queen. Principal Jim Duncan counts the votes- only Duncan will Lawtey. Cassandra is a member of the BHS annual staff and the JROTC. She Tuesday, Nov. 18- .
know who the Identity of the homecoming queen and.he won't tell until the very likes to play basketball and to'sew. Cassandra is superintendent of.Sunday DRESS UP DAY at BHS with
end of Tornado Whirl. School and president of the choir at St.Johns Baptist Church. students wearing their "Sunday
On pins and needles this week will be: Best" and again having a chance to ,
Melissa Mayo daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Mayo of Hampton Lake. Junior, sophomore and freshman princesses, a black and a white girl from win tickets to the Whirl) and-or foot- .. .ttf
Melissa Is a four-year cheerleader at BHS and is captain of the squad this year. each classi have been selected in votes by each grade level. They are: ball game. \
She was a District Science Fair winner last year with a project entitled FLOAT. PREPARATION at the
of Cigarette Smoking on Ciliary Action." Melissa likes water skiing and cook-, Juniors Fair Grounds, 3-9 p.m. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 14
Ing, Is a member of the Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA), and is.ac- Laura McRae daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Strickland of Starke. OPEN DATE FOR I
tive In the Madison Street Baptist Church In Starke. .Renee Wlmberly, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Chandler of Starke. Wednesday Nov. 19- BHS FOOTBALL, ,
Becky Cooper daughter of Rev. and Mrs. Bob Cooper of Starke. Becky Is in WESTERN DAY at BHS another REMEMBER -I.i
the BHS Glee Club, is a member of the FBLA, and works In the elections office Sophomores '. Student Council sponsored day which Nov. Homecoming I'
In the Bradford County Courthouse. She likes singing, dancing, horseback Mary Sue Watterson, daughter Mr. and Mrs. F.L: Watterson of Starke.Larraine features student involvement in BHS vs F.rnandin
riding and reading. Becky is active In the First Baptist Church of Starke. Bass daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cornelious, Bass of Starke :western wear. All participants must .. I.
Tammy Baldree daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Baldree of Theressa. register in the Main Office on Western TURKEY SHOOT
Tammy Is vice-president of the Senior Class, a member of FBLA, Is secretary Freshmen .". Day (25 cents) with three winners be- Lawt.y Correctional ,
of Little Women, and Is active In 4-H. Tammy Is state chaplain of the Florida Dana Luke, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Mark Luke of Starke. .10. ing awarded free tickets to the game. Institute
4-H Council Is secretary of the District 4-H Council and the Bradford; County; Sybil Kelly, granddaughter of Mrs. Margarie Kelly of Lawtey, DRESS REHEARSAL for the Tornado PISTOL RANGE.
Whirl at BHS Stadium at 6-30: Off SR-3M Follow Signs I'I
p.m. Ammo Guns Provided

I l Who Ordered Hampton Marshal's Check Withheld? Grounds FLOAT,PREPARATION 3-9 p.m. at the.Fair $1.50SATURDAY.LIQVEMBER, 15 Ie.<

Marhsall Fred Phillips 'Sr. asked Phillips paid an overdue water and he wanted it put In the minutes "I did Davis was upset at the fact that the .DAY OF MOURNING at BHS for the 11130..m.tllPStarke:FISH FRY
council who gave clerk.Wadsworththe telephone bill. not say to hold up his check" Curtis subject was brought. .up at a council visiting Pirates, complete with a Farmer's Market
authority to refuse to give him his Curtis emphatically denied that he M meeting. casket and the buried Pirate. US-301 North H
pay check. Pay day Is every Tuesday had ever told Wadsworth to withholdthe Even after Curtis' statement for the Students should wear black black $J.SO per plates
lor Phillips. marshall's check. Rowland also .minutes Wadsworth stated that he. "We will have to pay for the waterworks .arm bands etc..TORNADO Take Outs Available
denied that he had told Wadsworth. to refused to retract his statements so we might Just as well do it," WHIRL at the BHS sponsored by .
Wadsworth maintained that Coun- withhold the check. Curtis then'etated 'to' Wadswortti Davis says. "This problem should not Stadium, starting should be at 7.30: p.m.by All participants 6:30 Hellbronn Spgs. VFD'
cil chairman Ted Curtis,. Sr. and Phillips stated that Wadsowrth /had. there Is no way under Florida law that be aired at the council meeting so that Included will be present skits, music by I
,no grounds to hold up his check. the entire read about the p.m. MONDAY NOVEMBUU7I it
county can
Councilman Chuck Rowland had told ,an employer can hold up a paycheck. the BHS Band and the crowning of )
him not to give Phillips his check_until Curtis then, made a statement thai Hampton ,businessman George problem,. In the local newspaper." the Homecoming Queen. aRADFORDCOUNTY

"I offer sincere apology. We 'SCHOOL BOARD MEETING.
I Christinas Parade Planned for Dec. 6 had a misunderstanding I do the bestI .SCHOOL Friday. Nov. 21- 7:00: P.M.
can as far as they let me. I was left COLOR SPIRIT DAY at '
BHS, with students wearing scarlet TUESDAY. NOVEMBERS '
completely in the dark as I have no
Starke's 1980 Christmas parade Is made to the Starke Rotary Club and crease on a recommendation on made by' books, records, etc.," Wadsworth, and gray and chanting Beat STARKE COUNCIL {
set December 8.'a Saturday at 10 the Chamber Bd. of Governors outlin- L.M. Gaines in a report of a committee ''God help me, when I leave this Pirates" during class changes. Two M ting-7:00 P.M.
a.m., Chamber of Commerce' ing plans for the coal slurry pipelinefor of Gaines,. Judge Elzie Sanders, office I will have the courtesy to sit students displaying the most school . ,
Manager Bill Wilson announced to the future energy use. t and Dallas Mayo. down with the Incoming city clerk to spirit will receive'a pass to the game. BRADFORDCOUNTYCOMMISSIONER T. ,
.Board Governors' monthly meeting Wilson was Instructed to write let- The committee previously'con- explain the general procedures. : MeetingReorganization7:30
Thursday, Nov. 6? at the Garden ters to the state's congressional sidered giving Wllsod a seven percent Councilwoman Lola Williamson HOMECOMING PARADE startingat p.m.
Restaurant. delegation apprising them that the raise for each of the past three years. 'told the other members of the board 1:10: pm. on US-301 from "
Input from local merchants i Indicates chamber endorses the concept of a But after the committee met the that she went to Wadsworth during Washington St.. THURSDAYNQVEMBER20HOLIDAY !
they want the parade to be coal slurry pipeline. The coal wouldbe recommendation was for a nine per- the day to try to get Phillips' check COUNTRY BAZAAR
held earlier this year. Final plans are liquified and pumped from nor- cent Increase over Wilson's. ,current: but Wadsworth refused to give the GAME NIGHT FESTIVITES start ,7..m.-4p.m. '
being: drawn up for.the. annual event., thern mines for use.In power. plants In salary of $9,550. ,check to,her: with the\ ALUMNI COFFEE and Methodist Fellowship,, Hall'
,. Florida. The governors approved a policy to The matter of where Phillips picksup cookies get-together at the BHS alsoSOUPCHILI I
Increase'Okayed evaluate the salary In future years his weekly check was also discussed Cafeteria at 7 p.m. Senior football LUNCHEON. :
Board Endorses Salary when the budget committee meets In at the meeting. players will be introduced at 750 with II ,.- ip.m.-ti.so '1
Coal Pipeline, ., for WilsonA January. ., Wadsworth told council: that Steve kickoff time II p.m. .
Only seven governors were presentat Clark, the backup police officer wentto The half time presentation of. the /f'f \\f
On a motion by L.M. the nine percent' pay-. increase, .the Now 6 meeting. Present were his mobile home at 6:20: a.m.,.Tuesday -. ; J %
governors endorsed the"concept of retroactive to Jan. .I, 1980;' was 1D
approved President Ray Norman. Steve Den Nov. 11, to ask him for his pat'
coal slurry pipeline which.has: been for' Chamber' Manager. Bill mark. Steve Futch. Ken Platt. L.M. check.' BIIS B'baU Season .' Realtor' ;/ \
proposed for Florida.In : "Wilson. Gaines, Elzfe Sanders Hazel Hardy Wadsworth. upset at developmentsat ((904)) 783-9931 r. ."i
October, a film presentation was, The governors approved! the pay ink' and Jess.Wolbert the meeting, stated he was called, Passes, On Sale HOMES a ton ACKIACIAUTHOmZIO ....j_
**> i >' <\tfr< that morning at 2:30: a.m. on city DIALER
C' ,' Bradford Basketball Coach.
business and then charged Phillips'' High n 1

Bradford Iligli'Students. Have.Battle_ I of,ihc. Burgers,. : .: :. with he came not acting to his residence like a gentleman when. Mike 10 198041 Sexton Tornado has season home passe basketball to the 1"1'l" ldferne
Bradford High students are battling' McDonald's 01 Starke could[Win. ,'a, assigned, a numerical ,value.: .'A' Me- "He almost tore the..do r' ar( my price.games' available, now. at a discount ',L rHOfflea i{
with each other over, of all things cash for their _
class Chicken sandwich
prize foe example, U house "Wadslo\lOrthaays.' *%- be
The;passes can purchased at the
I Hwy 3Sl N. f:O. dos Ikow
hamburgers. i *. worth 5 The class
points. with the
From now until January 1. students The contest work. on a point strucmost Phillips was given his paycheckafter high, School or by contacting Sexton. .y, f33038 ,
points at the end of the contest .. .
council meeting adjourned. $8 students, $12 adults: ,
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2A TELEGRAPH November 13.19x0AX,7 .

'A Alt," Hampton Retains Firm To Bring Books To Date :

Auditor Neil Tucker of Starke, a lions and criticisms In the following been posted to the general ledger.
J r representative of the firm of Davis manner: Substantial additional audit work was
Monk and Farnsworth presented the 1. "Instances were noted where the required due to the. mentioned problems
Hampton City Council with copies of minutes of council meetings were In- ."
the annual audit for the fiscal year complete in their disclosures of coun- "To avoid similar problems In the
197940 at the monthly meeting of cil business. The minutes should in- future, the audit urges the City Clerk '
council Tuesday, Oct. 14. clude all resolutions and or ordinances to request assistance If there are problems
Council was apprised that the book- passed by City Council. A in the bookkeeping or if the correct ,
keeping procedures had to be done In copy of the yearly budget should ac- manner to post specific transactions '
conformance with the Florida. company the minutes of the meeting Is not clear."
Department of Banking and Finance. in which the budget was passed." "Generally accepted accounting
Tucker explained unless the book- "The minutes of Council meetings principles should be adhered to and
keeping books were done In this merely state that bills were approvedfor the Uniform System of Accounts
fashion that the City of Hampton fac- payment. The audit suggests that prescribed by' the State should be
ed the possibility of having revenue the minutes contain a specific followed." I
sharing funds terminated after Dec. reference as to which bills are being 3, "Minutes of council meetings Indicate ,
31 of this fiscal ,year. He cautioned ,paid or a list of the check numbers that a loan was made to the I
they don't have much time. which were'approved by Council for recreation director in the amount of
"It is essential the record keepingbe payment." $300. During our examination we
brought up to date." Tucker says. 2. "The accounting records as sub- found no record of this loan being

After a lengthy discussion council mitted were substantially incomplete repaid through Sept. 30, 1979. We 1
voted unanimously to have Tucker's There were numerous recommend that the Council review I
firm to do the work for the 1900-81 posting errors and the general ledger the current status of this loan and if
fiscal year budget at a cost of$4,000. did not balance. Adjusting journal entries unpaid, pursue collection. The Coun-
The audit lists some recommenda- from.a prior year audit had not cil should consider adopting a formal
policy as to whether such loans will be
made in the future."
4. "We noted a substantial numberof

Hampton Seeking $2322,450 GrantFinal past due accounts In the Water
Fund as of Sept. 30, 1979. We.recommend -
that the Council adopt and en-
steps were taken by the It was pointed out to council the force a collection policy. Regardingpast
Cook's Cooking Hampton City Council Tuesday, Nov. money for the grant if funded, may due accounts at Sept. 30, 1979 the
11, at a public hearing to approve an not be used for resurfacing of roads following recommendations are
Gall Cook shows Cindy Countryman Daphne Hall Justin
how to dehydrate fruit to her Kendrlck. Pam
application for 1232,450$/ Housing and but may be used for reconstruction of made:
kindergarten clans Klrckland Jace Pierce. Eric Mason. Jessica .
at Brooker Elementary.The students Smith Cecil Urban
Development grant to Improve them. A. "Those receivables that are un-
are, .In no particular order: Pam Bryant.Everetl Mitchel. Stanley Larissa Scott, Jeremry Tetstone Lisa Fogerty. road and drainage problems in the city The cost of the fiscal year 1981 collectable at Sept. 30, 1979 should be

grant has been set at $212,450 with written off"
The plan calls for CR-18 Florida $20.000 established for administration 5 B. "Each month a list'of past due.
TEACHER OF THE MONTH Prospect and Pine Streets to have the of the program, making It $232,450 accounts should be submitted to the
roadway reconstructed as part of the grant. Council and those that are uncollec-
Gail Cook Makes Hands-On Fun project and drainage updated. No one spoke out against the grant. lable should be written off monthly;
Kindergarten a Place Final paperwork was finished after and a list of such writeoffs should be
clerk Gordon P. Wadsworth Jr., was spread in the Council minutes."
Brooker kindergarten teacher Gail Each month the Telegraph will county's self study committee. She is County BoardTo ordered by council to go home to br- C. "The Council might consider the
Cook lives up to her name by having a honor the Bradford County Teacher of a member of the Association for ing the city seal to the meeting so the hiring of a collection agency. to collect
different cooking experience in her the Month, as chosen by the Bradford Childhood Education International ReorganizeA paperwork could be finalized. the past due accounts.
class at least once a month. Education Association./ (ACEI and of the Bradford Educa-

Cooking Is just one of the many tion Association (BEA). special l meeting to swear In the - - - - - - - - -
"hands on" experiences Mrs. Cook Mrs. Cook's hobbies Include two new members and reorganize the --- ----------- -- -
provides to try to make school a fun thusiasm engery and reasoning." basketry, biking and "attempting to board Is set at 7:30: p.m. next Thursday -
place to be. While making bread or Mrs. Cook says. jog" with her husband, Jim. In the Nov. 18, according to County
lollipops or ice cream Mrs. Cook's Gail currently holds a Master's future she would like to pursue a Clerk Gib Brown.
four and five year olds are learning Degree In early childhood education specialist or master's degree. In Heretofore the county commissionhas FISH FRYSaturday
among other skills measuring and and in elementary education from the supervision and administration. not reorganized until.January.But -
coordination and developing their University of Florida. She came to For the present though this quality Clerk Brown points out the termsof
vocabulary. Bradford County in 1970 and has seen educator loves teaching in Brooker the new members officially begin
Originally hired for second grade In the emphasis of kindergarten change and speaks highly of the school. Nov. 18 and that a new chairman Sponsored By
Brevard County Mrs. Cook was plac- from social to academic. THis past "There Is a tremendous school should be elected to sign bills.
ed in kindergarten and loved that summer she worked on developingthe spirit and a cooperative group effort According to the "rumor mill,"
level so much that she became cer- Kindergarten Curriculum Guide and Interest in helping children learn. Commissioner E.W. Hodges of Hamp- Heilbronn Springs Fire Department
tified to teach it. for the county. Being a small school helps promote a ton Lake will be the new chairman.
"I truly enjoy teaching This year the school board ap- feeling of 'oneness.' Our faculty and Committee heads, such as the com-
kindergarten and find it very rewarding pointed Mrs. Cook to be one of the staff are very supportive of each missioner who Is over the Road
to see how much the children can three Bradford County members of. other and because of our small size Department will remain the same Nov. 15th
learn and accomplish in the course of the Teacher Education Center (TEC) we have frequent opportunity to know until January. Brown predicts ,
a year. I'm fascinated with the learn- of the eight county Northeast Florida my students' parents Parents are it would be unfair to throw a bran
ing process of four and five year olds Education Consortium. Gail is also in welcome at school, and I enjoy the op-. new commissioner into such a duty. Serving 11:30: a.m. until
and am amazed by their natural en- her fourth year as a member of the portunity to get to know them better." Brown said he has Invited the
members of the new commissioners'
families to attend the swearing-in At Farmers Market

ceremony to be conducted next
i Starke Elementary SchoolMrs. Thursday Hardy. by County Attorney Dudley 301 Starke Fl.

.W.M. Randolph's TMR encourage parents to participate with gratulated for accumulating six The public Is invited.
The TMR class had a delightful their children. New board members are Lawrence .JJ $2.50 ..
outstanding English and/or spelling Donations per..plat h ri 1. '
who beat and
Halloween Oct. MoBlW. veteran current -
party.. 31. They invited Mrs.Patterson's 4th Grade papers: Renee Jewett, Randall L.
Mrs. Long s EMR class to help Spelling Super, Stars.....- DanaB9wen l'I.Polk. Jimmy Underbill. Sherry MatLitox'.IAIOUo.TMiUiaaaaJievin .* boar chairman Dave Shuford for the I .. .-. Take Out Orders;*Tjilabl! .; al, til
them 1 and Homer Hart who : 0,
celebrate which they enjoyed post, :
". .- ., Ed ppuglas. Laurie" Mobjay, L, Blanken- the District 5 seat I 4 t fen*
won 24 votes
very much. Selena Norman, Suzanne Sapp, Bar ship Kim Crawford, Mary Alice Ho- by - - - - - -
The table was decorated with a colorful bara Smith Renee Thomas Matthew wle, Felicia Davis David Marchant, over Wilbur Waters
halloween tablecloth, with a real ,Watson Terry Whitehead, Johnnie Sheila Green Marcia Day Earl Ter-
jack-o-lantern lighted as a center Adkins, Marcia Brown Shari Cam, rell Janet Kennedy Lisa Kennedy
piece, accented with pine cone owls. Renee Hewett Terricena Kitties Chad Reddish and Dawn Robinson.
The refreshments were punch, candies Patricia Parado, Harold Chandler They were each allowed to select an
cupcakes and chips. Each child Felicia Hankerson Donna McKelvy, item from the reward box.
received a special treat. Rachel Allen, Shawna Blom, Angela 0
Special Olympics' Run. Dribble Davis, Karen Hodges Juli Jackson
and Shoot contests turned out to be and Richard LeNeare.Mrs. .
very rewarding for Barona Hender-
son Sylvester Lott and Lamar Mcflelland's 5
Richerson from Mrs. Randolph'sclass Social Studies

; and Travis, Marie, Fernando Students were very interested In the ..
and Lisa from Mrs. Long's class each recent presidential elections. These you savings from $ O.OO. To $150.00 during this} ll

received blue ribbons. Sylvester and were discussed In class. We took our yNF1 g
Barona stole the show) own vote to see how close we reflected t
the national opinion. We didn't come
Mrs.Wlnkler's 2nd Grade too close. 3 classes favored Jimmy
Hoorayl! We finally have our Carter but one 5th grade did preferRonald
Visualtek System for Alex Coleman. Reagan. Abraham Lincoln home at ; N
Springfield Illinois ii the j yti u )in
It's a fantastic help and he is enjoying 'n
house he owned! :o ll Uti
only aver 1
using it. We a
are learning to add two- Mrs. Rrddlnh's 5th Grade 0 ri lot oful
digit numbers horizontally and are The following students were con- od
still working on telling time and coun-
0 o to 1'
ting -
money. r
Super spellers are Matt Barber Andy tt
Goodowns, Randy Pike, Alex u
Porter Andy Smith Brand! Barrett,
Shae Blom Danielle Smith Kim
Wall and Jill Williams.
You Are I7', fi
Invited to Our
Grlfflsl Jenk'ns' 2nd Grade ; w1tl
Our class Is learning to write

sentences. We are also studying com- (Featuring the benefits of....
munication and all the ways people OPEN
communicate. Several children and
parents have purchased books from .
the Book Fair which they were very
excited about. aYy'i'

Marona Henderson has made a

tests.perfect score on the last three spelling HOUSENov. 010

Mr.White's 3rd Grade
Special recognition goes to Norma 20, 1980 11 a.m.. 3 p.m.
Gayle Douglas for bringing the latest
picture from newspapers of Saturn
taken by Voyager I. The picture was At TheOFFICE FIRM
taken Nov. 8, I960 We thank Gayle PILLOW TOPCOMFORT
because this helps us study the -_.
planets with up-to-date information !L
Also, to Renee Mignon Carroll, with SHOP $6995 .4. 9
the help of her mother, for making a : t $119

planet mobile for our classroom.CrawfordShroeger 10 ,

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110 w. Cull: St. 964-5764 M NN ,
3rd Grade ,, .
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In this class these students made .....- Wa N, MrsSel S a.F.,,. .q S.NNM f NNe
100 their np Yn 1NN
percent on spelling test:
Sharon Thomas, Jennifer Williams, REGISTER SUPER FIRM LUXURIOUS SOFT
Lee Ann Scott: Dwight Knowles and FOR ,:
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November 13, 1980 TELEGRAPH Page 31\

Out of Reason Water Bills .I "\ *':"',\ Wildfire,: Control Deal

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Still Plague HamptonOut Offered Lawtey Residents :

Mayor Hank Lott pointed out his r ,
of reason water bills from store was billed for M.ooo gallons of A plan to control the high number of told the count commission. One
Hampton's new water system con- water for Just one restroom. Mayor wild fires In a WO-acre area east of the 24-acre plot in Lawtey has had nine "
tinued to plague city residents and the Lott said he believes the amount railroad tracks In Lawtey was fires and the owner lives In i
town council heard about It again should be 5,400 gallons. a presented Monday, Nov. 3, to the Gainesville, Hayes said. If he could I 1
Tuesday night, Oct. 11. At first the council suggested the I Lawtey City Commission and Bradford get permission to control burn that | ,
Many Hampton residents receiving group go around with the meter Y County Commission.State parcel the problem could be solved In \ i;
the high water bills are simply Ignor- reader to examine the meters. But one trip, rather than nine. I
ing them. Last month the council sedt' McCullough then suggested that a foresters plan'to offer free Hayes, who was assigned here for =
a $30 payment for any bills for meter be brought to city hall and the plowing of fire lanes and free control five years,said he has carried out two I
September and October that were meeting be held at a date to be determined burning to residents east of the such projects in Columbia County '
over that amount.On when all the people can be railroad tracks in Lawtey.:The Division which worked out rather well, so he j j
the recommendation of Lester together at once to go over the water of Forestry will go door to door In thought he'd try the free burning and "; f
McCullough the council will call a billing or water meter problems.The the east Lawtey area In an effort to control plan In Lawtey. I
special meeting of everyone involvedIn council Instructed/ Clerk Gordon get property owners to agree to have Some arrests will be made in the "
the near future, Including engineer Wadsworth to send out bills for Fires Costly.., overgrown areas control burned. Out for starting fires without a ''II:I
Jerome Kelley of Sverdrup Parcels November.A of town property owners will get let- perm, Hayes told the county commission 1//
& Associates Forester Mark Fries explains to the County Commission that the Lawtey area ters requesting permission. '
of Gainesville, meter $258,400 improvement project on It is the first time an Investigator ,
east of the railroad tracks has the highest rate of wild fires In the county. The
reader Kenneth Brown. McCullough the Hampton water works was com has been assigned to Bradford I i
said he will get a friend of his,who Is a pleted In August of this year. Division of Forestry now has an Investigator, Danny Hayes,and plans to start a East Lawtey has the highest rate of County,Fries said. From now on, I
meter reader fur the City of Starke,to The water works was purchased by free control burning program to cut down the fires which are costly to suppress. wildfires in the county, Forester wild fires will be Investigated for f t
meet with the council to try to iron out the city from Arthur Bruno. The town Mark Fries explained to the county possible court action Fries said. ,'; i
recent difficulties. loan and a $167,300 commission Monday morning. Frees
then got a $91,300
McCullough received water Ad- Soil displayed a county with clear Most of the fires are started by Ian- i''
a$99.52 grant from the Farmer's Home Survey Request ApprovedFor map
downers who let a fire get out of hand. ,
bin for September, stating he used ministration to install a new pump plastic overlays for each year with ,
243,494 gallons of water. In October and water lines to Improve water each wild fire indicated by a red dot. Some residents burn to control '
McCullough's\ bill was $72 for 158,000 pressure.The loan is to be repaid overa Subdivision Site in StarkeThe When the overlays were placed on top snakes Hayes explained, adding firedoesn't
used by his family.McCuIIough 40-year period at five percent In- of the county map, the Lawtey area kill snakes :
stated, in his opinion, terest. showed amost solid red, Indicating "
the meters should include a five-digit Wadsworth reported he has col- Bradford County Soil and pleted In 1982 and will tie made part of the highest concentration of wild firesof "It hel County Commissioner quail hunting, too, '
reading instead of a six-digit lected nearly $1,000 in water bills Water Conservation District board at the Resource Conservation Act reportto the entire county going back five Carter quipped Jr.Fries Maxie .i,
readout. since taking office last month. its monthly meeting, Monday, Nov. 10 Congress In 1985. years. told the Lawtey council the t
approved a request by County Royce Joyner reported to the super Such fires are called "incendiary," controlled burning should begin at the 1
Sanitarian Darrell O'Neal to' have a visors that he has been unable to con- and are Illegal Fries said. end of this month and be finished by
I soil survey done of the Wayne tact members of the Union County It Is costing the Division of Forestrya the end of December. DOF hopes to '
Search Here GasA
on for Oil. Douglas property on CR-16 at the board about jointly requesting an up- "tremendous amount" to supress burn 400 of the 640 acres designated as }
limits of Starke. dated of and
West City plat Bradford Union wild fires, Investigator Danny Hayes the wildfire problem area,Fries said.
Information was presented to the' County
Houston, Texas firm has been In The spokesman told the Telegraphthey supervisors that the owners of the Chairman Jim Faulkner stated a --- -- ,
the area during the past week looking have been working their way property plan to build a subdivision'on new plat book needs to be updated
for oil and natural gas, according to a from Tallahassee to Jacksonville 8.79 acres using tt-acre\ lots.The because land has changed hands at a Dr Lounette Eaton, B.S.. D.C.
spokesman for Western Geophysical starting out on US-90 and when they property I Is located on the northwestside record number over the last four or I
firm. got to Lake City detoured on SR-100 of the highway and was formerly five years since the plat book was up- Dr. Wayne C. Eaton, D.C. I
through Columbia and Union Coun- used as Savage Trailer Park. dated
,ties. When they got to Starke, they Bern Smith of the United States
have been working off CR-16, the dirt Department of Agriculture who Keystone Chiropractic ClinicAt
roads north of that highway.The works with the board showed the J'
spokesman stated the workers supervisors a topographic survey on
: using pickup trucks have been string- an embankment type pond site for uanY ai.rss SR-21 North
Ing wires along the side of the road- .
t J V. Edwards Jr.of Brooker in which Maa1MaMaPut
way looking for oil and natural gas. the original pond had washed away Keystone Shops -, Suite 5 I
They indicated that they would go during heavy rains. Smith pointed out .
toward Jacksonville via this area and a design for a stable pond is in pro: Phone 473-3604 !
St. Augustine looking for oil and gress.It .
natural gas. was reported at the meeting that boas on Hours 9 a.m. I p.m. ,and 3 p.m. 6 p.m.: ,
e The workers check vibrations from your
bream have been delivered from the I
four miles deep In the earth. National Fish Hatchery to eight my low- m rfy Mon., Tues., Wed. & Fri. I
The seismographic readings for oil district cooperators. theft )
and natural gas deposits are enteredon Smith reported to the board that he 9 a. m-1 p.m. Thursdays i
a computer system inside for checked the acid alkaline water content Gordon's8th
trucks that the company has and gave pond management In- year of Strict Modern X-Ray Physical'Therapy Facilities f.
available to them. formation to H,G. Williams. M.M. .
The vibrator trucks "
costing Wright, William Watson and Steve -#-
$150.000 each and a computer truck Cardin. ,
Wynn Receives worth over three quarters of a million Smith pointed out that he has begun .
Forestry Award dollars have been In the area since going work on a multi-source Inventory with '
through Union County Tuesday, 177 sampling sites In Clay County and
Travis Wynn.28, of Starke receives Nov. 4,and have been observed In the 105 sites in Bradford County. He add a
Certificate of Merit from Chuck Colbert Starke area since. ed work on this survey will be com- ThERESA [.
,supervisor of Forestry for Brad-
ford and Union County J''
Wynn received the'ceFttticate'7or"his : 4' " '",' .
efforts during 1 1979-ap\ A which \l ry.. aAU a GRATI''TU Trt* ', *_ +,,11'} 't"I...A ..... . ,,' :'1
result ged in his the powir best W.jlltlllnit overall ap-W-1 '? ee'' ':l'' '"11I111 httn.1" ft,',*' I Ito"n., ;:" ., f. ni '1,PART OFYOOR'I .It" .', ,..-: ,N" 1 l

pearance the Gainesville, operation District.and care Travis recordin The Hampton Eleme ntary PTA sincerely thank : }
been with the Division of Forestry for all who assisted in makin ig their Halloween Carnivalom

10 years. He Is the son of Willard successful, including: Fn Starke Ronnie Hall at
Wynn of Starke. Eckerd's, Dwight Sla iter at Food 'N' Scat, BUSINESSThESE11! i l

McDonald's. 301 Quick St,
Wishbone Fried Chicken, Winn Dixie Woodrow Grit

fis ,4t Son Fiberglass KStump's. ; Campground, Leila's

4 Rezoning Bradford Squar e Florist Julia's Flowers, PEOPLE KNOW '

*#&!! !&: "." Bradford County Chap iter Future Farmers ofs .'
America.; Andrews Drug: Looking Glass Jacksoni I'

Applicationsfappiliations., ; Building Supply. i I Drugs Andrews Drugs, 'f: I
: 1 11. :
.' 'r Priest 5 & 10, Bradford Telegraph. Radio Station THAN
fiVi'R \ ."
: WPXE, Denmark's nature Store and Ernestine V Ii

,_ ..-./ for rezoning Denmark Guarantee Fe deral, and Archie Tannerear's. '
we( fe c yeor at the October' M.>- Funeral Home. 'i

meegittg ineXtoArq W.the:All were Bradford given County permission'Zone' From Gainesville: S Ben Campen, Pam : ,n YOU DO.

to OftvAiatftor public hearings at the Croy of Hi Neighbor I Williams Thomas Funeral : : 11 S

bo.tfdwegijilar: ; }meeting' Nov.as."IpJnmjwCasWl : Home Phil Riker and I :Mr- petitioned to tl
ch.tyg Cu ype-hatf'acre parcel three Lumber Supply. Hank D auphinee of Hank's Meat, h,) ,II
miles went of Starke on south side of The Advertiser and Town i I" Country Shopper. They're Communications Gnsiil- t .
SR-.1 f1 .from single! family mobile From Waldo: Al Ki illian of the Waldo Fleam tarts t Continental lelephone.
her* M business\ (foioperation of a Market. Hall fro And they mike solving your
Bobby Produce
> Bobby's near ,I
grotofWe. I WKL&UIS.Yerrl / is \ngi'uonlngon Theressa Comer Suggs fr om IHjpnpton Lake, business. I!

twodi tee,.3,1!,i miles south of Keystone residential From, Hampton: Hai nk LbU and Hank Lett's Yii see,our consultants are {;

Heights,to marine' from Hingisfamily business for Band, Mr and Mrs. I la roll d Waters and family,Royce trained to understand the needs of

camp:The applicant said he propose Joyner and Mrs. T.J. rman! businesses like yours,And they're'X
to sell the property, which is already backed up by a aill 1 team of tele j\
used as a fishing camp, and the new phtttteoznn, : tions speC.dist. : a
owners wanted the zoning change. "- 'I lJe erthey1'' :dY2e)1Klr t
The property was''grandfathered In" business's comnuiniaitjons; ..
under previous zoning. '" requirements. Kr now and forthefuhire.Thenworking
-Leo DeSue, Jr. will advertise to WE'RE TUYERE WHEN closely 4 :
rezone 2'i acres two miles northwest with you theyll develop a system "s.
of County Road 229 from single family YOU NEED US specifically designed to meet 1
mobile homes to commercial for .a th-ihe requirements.) I
warehouse,with half of the facility us- You be surprised how .
ed to store household goods, and the lip may
f i business
ntmy<> your pn Menis' .
other half for mini-storage units. r
Allan T. Leith seeks to rezone half have aHiiniuniGitKnis solutHins ? y
an acre three miles south of Starke off requiring simple changes in It "
US 301 from open rural to retail salesin 1 o rn! procedure. i
a building that once was a feed If adtlitioreil equipment is tt_i
store,but used later for storage.In required: xi'lI'chouse from the /ti
making the department's annual miht irHxiem available,in F'BX i" i
report, board chairman Don Rardon systems and diti termmak rc;. "
noted the cost to the county for fiscal Your} Qminuiniamdiis! Oinsiil- j

1979-80 was$21,292only$3 above the .tants will prepare slat } j
cost for the previous year. supervise installation! smdsee to i it
This year's budget totals $47,680. that yourttpernttxsare 01it

(fully trained j"i
q" t What's' more,theyll' continue to ;
\VTXK ]Now Has work with you fir the life of your
phone system\by 'enikuispit ffl
Satellite Receiver Checking l i efiRoency: and I superVIsIng .
nvuntenance requirements
Announcement was I made by Lee Ready to help with all the arrangements -' Call your wil Continental ,
and John Sanders, owners of Starke It 'Telephone Rismess Office to {
this troubled
radio stations WPXE AM-FM that J during' arrange an appointment
they are now receiving the Mutual We want to help. Because if I
Network programing by satellite time...flowers, funeral' services and all u yauraxmununicthtmssystemisn't
rather than by telephone land lines. .
Most of the programming used by the'details. Rely on us for advice.. '.' 1 waking: fir you it's w%>irking
local stations feature top rated '. against_yoii.

Mutual News programs on the half T.Continental ,

the hour hour.and feature news programs.on DeWitt C.'Jones h

A receiver or disk has been installed J Telephone
behind the southeast end of the ,Ftinerl.Home ;; >nu can always call ell us.:
building on SR-100 at the south city "
limits of Starke,to allow the local Starke : keystone Heights '.' t
facility to receive the signal. 9&4-6200.0 473-3176 ", '
The new' way.the programs are '
received has been In service line'
Thursday,Oct. 30. : I

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..A TELEGRAPH November 13, is"!

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L Blair String Quartet Closes Santa Fe

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Beethoven Britten and Dvorak
They Wanted a Change will be featured composers when the
Blair String Quartet closes out the
Santa Fe College Pall Festival at the
Performing Arts in a concert at the
Almost as many words have which may or may not prove a tions of his supporters' who Starke Woman's Club tonight

been written analyzing what plus. As pointed out by were seeking a change indirection (Thursday) at 8 o'clock. .. '.

happened at the polls on wicker. "He (Reagan) is like- after so many yearsof ,

November 4 and why as were as Carter did that liberal-to-moderate rule in musical The musicians combination, bringing of talent a unique imagination -

written during the long mon- Congress is distinguished today government. Mr. Reagan will and expertise, will make

ths of pre-election campaigning. less by its party iden- have to move surely and swift- two appearances earlier in the day-

Pollsters are busy ex- tification than by its in- ly to produce results that will the first at 1:30 in the BUS auditorium

plaining bow a contest they dependence from party loyalty satisfy these followers. If he for Starke Elementary students and

showed as a photo-finish rightup as well as executive leadership and his appointees are unable again at 12:30 for selected music and

to election eve turned out to ." to produce such results in the humanities students.

be a Republican landslide... face of a so-called mandate
Acclaimed superb instrumentalists
In view of the fact that Mr.
Democrats who outnumber the
political consequences will the quartet maintains an active
Republicans more than two to Reagan for obvious reasons, doubtless be more disastrousto schedule of concerts and recitals

one in the nation are busy explaining shifted his position from con- the Republican party thanif throughout the U.S.
what caused millionsof servative to moderate on
such high hopes bad never Christian Teal rust violinist. was
issues during the cam
their number to defect to many been aroused and encouraged.As soloist with the Colorado Philharmonic -
the opposition... and trium- paign he may now find the and the Richmond Smfonia.

phant Republicans are hailingthe Senate more conservativethan Mr. Wicker points out in
millennium and preparingto he is, unless he changeshis his perceptive "This He was featured with David Nadien
spend their promised ten position back again, now on NBC and was a frequent performerat Kathryn Plummer, viohst has teacher. chamber music performer..
cut. that he is elected problem may heightened the White House during his studied in Siena, Italy and appearedas and as principal cellist with the
percent tax: by the enthusiasm (and
sup- military service. soloist in concerts in New York Oklahoma City Symphony.The .
But GOP Chairman Bill Mr. Wicker also observes port) for Reagan from the so- Boston. and Cincinnati. Prior to joining
Brock and soon-to-be GOP that the stubborn layers of called Moral Majority and Lee Joiner violinist won the the Blair Quartet she was an Santa Fe Festival performances
others of the new oornagainright Denver Symphony Young Artist com- assistant principal viola with the Cincinnati are open to the public with no
majority Senate leader petition while still a student, and a S'mphony.David admission charge. A reception will be
Howard Baker rose above the \ I whose concerns are later violin competition in New York. held following tonight's performancein
general Republican euphoriain ,, more nearly cultural than He is artist-teacher of violin at the Vanderkooi. cellist, was the Woman's Club to give the audience
weekend statements and political. Other than setting a Blair School of Music in Nashville. closely associated for 12 years with an opportunity to meet the

admitted their party must act tone from the top. Presidents Tenn. the musical life of Oklahoma as musirit-

with urgency to deal with the don't actually have the powerto

problems currently facing the VOTfederal affect cultural,
nation--unemployment and philosophical and religious Community

Inflation-and produce the matters, such as the status of
County Agents By
homosexuals in our society
results that voters are expecting and ServiceThe
else Senator Baker the spread of pornography Bobby
or as ,a
said on a Sunday morning TV and the drug culture or the Notebook Starke Ministerial Association!

interview, "we'll deserve to teaching of the theory of Taylor is sponsoring a community!
evolution in our schools. Thanksgiving dinner and service
be out of office. '
These groups exhibiting their Wednesday. Nov. 26, at First United

GOP Representative Jack political clout for the first Methodist Church.

Kemp said, "We'll be a ma- time, apparently think Mr. Quite often vegetable growers and In addition, with roadside markets, The dinner will begin at 6:30: p.m.

jority party when we imple- Reagan can perform such other new or producers different wish to which expand they or feel try it is helpful to have a selection of dif by the youth of Bethlehem Freewill

ment the policies that will br- miracles. have potential for crops our area. Whethera ferent vegetables. If you plan to use Baptist Church First Presbyterian
this type of outlet you should schedulethe Church, First United Methodist
ing about the prosperity and large grower who wants to try a different
But Ronald new crop so that harvest will oc- Church, St. Edward's Roman
full employment without infla- ap- crop from the ones he is accustomed -,
cur with that of other vegetables in Catholic Church, and St. Mark'sEpiscopal
have If parently has lost nothing of to growing, or a smallthere
tion that we promised. our area. Grading sizing and methodof Church.
we fail this will not turn out to bureaucracy that lie the TV and screen appeal that afewethings that is just should starting be considered are packing are often not as stringentfor

be a significant election." in wait for Mr. Reagan on he projected in his early motion before the new venture is actually put this type of marketing althoughcare There will be a donation of $2 requested
January 20 are just as thick picture days.This appeal. into motion. should be taken to offer only to help defray the cost of the
Democratic Senator Gary and resistant as those that whether based on shadow or high-quality vegetables. food. Reservations may be made or

Hart of Colorado, who survived greeted Mr. Carter four years substance, was obvious in the The grower should know his crop.: It Another sales outlet is established tioned tickets churches.picked up The at deadline the above men-Mon
the Republican tide, made ago, and often thwarted him crucial debate with President may not be as well adapted to our buyers and sellers. Although a com day, Nov. 24.Following.
the same point from a different in his announced objectives. Carter, and we hope that it ex- area as we think., available Also vane'tles.cultural modity may be new for a paticular
"I the practices ,tQ1l1p'ment grower it may be produced commercially the dinner there will be
angle: give "Similarly, Wicker sur- tends into his administration. and just general "know now" a
in his area.This offers a chanceto
Reagan administration about mises, "the numerous ag Appeal is always an important may determine whether the ventureis market through an established Singing Thanksgiving service and leaders at 7:30 from p.m.the
13 to 24 months to prove itdoesn gressive interests represented factor whether in sellinga a success or failure. Usually it is sales -organization. Tbese arrangement groups
above mentionelch"nches.-mill.be
'"t. have any answers by sophisticated lobbies in vacuum cleaner to a advisable the to first,start :with Regardless a. small of ? should also be made well &, parlicjLuiUng, in the semceCTh Rev

either.". Washington will remain as housewife, or selling a i.program how acreage much information year may be 'in advance, and the
the buyer IS to grade pack
Presbyterian Church will be delivering
Political pundit Tom Wicker adept as ever at preventingwhat to Congress. If the new available on a particular crop, experience produce.This type outlet may also be the message.All
comments that if-as Reagan they do not want to President can use his appealto is helpful. used on specialty crops or those not

himself has said-the happen-teachers for example cut taxes balance the normally produced in a certain area. citizens of Starke and the surrounding
economy Probably most important is to know
in protecting the new budget, reduce inflation, in- If storage conditions for your' crop area! are invited to both the
was the main issue of the cam- 'your market. Production is only one and the commodities being handledby
Department of Education, or crease employment; and up step toward making financial successof dinner and service. If you cannot
paign.. then Tuesday's vote the established sales organization make the dinner, it is hoped that
deliberate and almost any other group in protecting defense spending at the same a new crop. In order to realize anyreturn compatible, commodity
was not a con- are your may can attend the service as we all join
its appropriation froma time, we wish him well. The for'OW' effort and investment be important in making up mixed God bless-
clusive turn to the right by the together thanking for our
must be able to sell .
President whose announced Nation would be the better for you your produce.often loads. Going through commercial ing. .,
American electorate, nor was Too we run into situations wherea channels usually better ..
of Presi- objective is "getting the it. has made the and isready ;
it merely a rejection grower crop. grading and sizing and some type of a For additional information.eAlleither
dent Carter and his policies. Government off our backs. to harvest but has no market. standard pack.
Tbe market potential should be St. Mark's or First j(United
"Rather says Wicker "it Mr. Reagan will also find Presidents Pay established before the crop is planted. Larger growers can still make Methodist Church,. I. :. x .ncwwsaH

was something of both givingMr out and have to face the harsh The way a commodity is to be direct sales to local wholesalers or ) ansiQ Y.I.
Reagan the chancebutnot reality that the mammoth and On his wayback- Plains marketed will have bearing on the warehouses.This method which may Gun Safety,. -. "' ''IICI noqIJ
the certainty--of "entitlement"programs Ga., it might be someUaonsola- production schedule and harvesting- be very satisfactory, probably re- is. :,. ')i mJb qirlll
ever-growing packing procedure. the greatest amount of attention Encouraged *:n im W9,11
establishing Republican to Jimmy Carter to know quires .
administered in I. ;.it giratedmeniTALLAHASSEEW
of making early arrangementsand ;
political "dominance for yearsto Washington actually absorb that, generally 'speaking. One of the more common sales commitments. Suppliers to retail ith'r'ih9y4avA-8i

come about 75 percent of the federal Presidents don't live as longas outlets for growers producing new outlets must be sure of an adequate Florida hunting season iLwatl'y' \\IiRIr
their contemporaries..nor crops is roadside markets farmers and constant supply of a commodity, way. safe gum j haitdlleg'irohtaNkhHitiii)
Analysis of the vote, which budget without even going as long as vice presidents and markets. and/or U-pick operations yet an oversupply can be very costly.I'll be observed bo the oittdboysiriai'lsa. !'
was a "landslide" in electoral through the appropriation unsuccessful In this type of marketing. schedulingis ;" 'ol.lS: .d OS

votes but far from that in process. presidential' can-- -. very important. A limited amountof be happy to work with you as an "We encourageiaii.'aportabberillhis
popular vote shows President didates. rv, the commodity may sell well over a individual or as a group if you are hunting season to be-very carefavwitfi!
And no one is naive enoughto of their firearms," .
The life-span data comes long period time Harvesting a considering expanding your present -Capt.i-EoVut
Carter and independent can- think that the un- from made large volume over a short period of operations or if you are interested in Tyer, Sr.. -State,Hunter Education
didate John Anderson manageable factors with surveys by a large tune is usually undesirable. a new or different crop in the future. Coordinator with the FtoricbnQinie
insurance company and and Fresh Water FisilC, nlIBBaibH.said.
together won 48 percent of the .
which Mr. and
Carter .
shows that even excluding ndasiliH
electorate who actually voted
Presidents before him, grap- .fives *d' *,) ar:Jmo
presidents'whose '
<'were *
!' pled during theiradministrationstagflation FORESTRY- majority all firearms not
who went to the polls comprised terminated by assassination cidents can be avoided if the simple
of in office our Presidents have principles of safe
only 52.4 percent gun handling are
Americans eligible to vote.E'en decline in productivity, rising not lived oQS long as expected IN BRADFORD COUNTY by Mark Fries observed." according to Cap(.-Tyer'.
energy costs, inner decay of e
nor as long as those they >r
that Mr. 51
at Reagan's
cities welfare fraud and defeated. "Never place a loaded fire rn i In a
of the total is still im- J
percent waste-will, come January 20, .; ,r vehicle.There is no need to load a gun
pressive, but not nearly the "fold their tents and silently On the average,,)>>residents Trees are taken for granted! They ,. removal must be obtained for a price. until it is ready for use. Hunters
"landslide" that his electoralvote steal What for in- live 3.1 years less than they seem to grow without any care. It is Tree removers must take the tree should always make sure the muzzleis
away. down in sections to prevent damage to pointed in a safe direction and
until have taken
made it should have (based not they hiatus
the life
appear.In on
stance will Mr. lines and houses. Most of this
or can tram the landscape that they are power always under control. The finger
explaining the sudden Reagan do about an expected expectancy of their contem- missed. cost could have been prevented if the should be outside the trigger guard:

last-minute change that threw upward surge of 10 to 11 per poraries). Vice Presidents live In Florida the air is always coolerbeneath tree had had yearly inspections and Remember the safety is a mechanical
ed 1.9 less and sprays applied for prevention of insect device and is only as good its
their results off base the. cent in 1981, or an unemployment years unsuc any tree that produces shade. invasion as
operator, Tyer said.
cessful candidates lived 2.6 Do homeowners need to care more for
pollsters blame an 11th hour rate that economy-
their trees asks Robert L. Hartwig
revival of interest in the projecting SRI (formerly years less. prer*dent of the Florida Nurserymenand Gall the oaks.wasps says frequently Robert attack L. Hartwig.manyof ""Persons wishing to learn moreabout

volatile hostage issue which known as the Stanford Since 1932 Presidents have', Growers Association? President of the Florida Nurserymenand safe hunting procedures and
caused dormant anti-Carter Research Institute) predictswill fared somewhat better,.: 1 Without a doubt trees will be longer Growers Association (FNGA). wildlife conservation are asked to

sentiment to flare up with average 15 percent by though they still averaged 18 provided.Bred and They healthier may if need some fertilization care is- Some of the damage caused by this contact fice for their details nearest on safe Commission hunter certi-of-

renewed vigor. This, of 1985 with an inflation rate ris- months less of life than their water and some.spraying in tiny wasp is insignificant. It may be to fication offered through the Hunter
a leaf which falls later without detriment
course, was a temporary ing so fast by then that con- counterparts in the general heavily urbanized areas. People living to the tree. However, some of Education course," Tyer said.

situation and does not mean a sumers will spend their population.If in a country atmosphere have few the wasps cause damage to limbs The
long-term shift in political at- money as soon as they get it to problems with trees. It is the urban which permits diseases invade the course 10 is free and open to all
you're seriously thinking dweller who should be constantly concerned persons years of age and older.
of the A
titude.In avoid further loss in value? inner structural parts tree.
about running for President in about a tree in the yard. weakened branch may break and

And perhaps the most 1984 you might try to get a lot Insects take their toll of trees. damage homes, automobiles or peo

his effort to produce serious problem of all that Mr. of living in between now and north 4 Those are of well you aware who have of the lived Dutch in elm the ple.Scale Letters to the EditorWHY

quick results, Mr. Reagan will Reagan faces in Wicker's opinion then to make up for the years disease which was spread by an in- Insects attack many of our ornamental

have a Republican Senate, is "the outsized expecta you may lose-if elected sect.The country and cities of the northern trees. The golden rain is :NO PARKINGIN
hemisphere was once intensely subject to snow scale and if not controlled FRONT
populated with the elm. Today, it can weaken growth,sap the OF A CIIIRCH
because of the insect,the elm exists in strength of leaves and cause a weak r
very few places. This is a warning root system to develop. Many of the I am an employee in the area of the .:
QRIDI AMA I-iNIP Trees must have some insect control citrus trees in dooryards are plagued First Baptist Church and today I
tIt if they are to continue: to serve a purpose with various types of scale insects.All couldn't find a parking place by my
In the landscape. scales can be successfully controlled building so I parked in front of the
r Qti'iertrap- What insects damage trees in by proper pesticide application on a church on Jefferson Street and was
Ir. .. Florida? What .haiif. told I could not park there.

." ... The bark beetles are a constant: about damage to new growth Since when does the
0 enemy of the native pine. Once the by aphids? This i* a continuous problem church own the
city streets? This
i. jON EOBG.: FERGUSON -JOHN M. MILLER pine has .weakened the bark beetle but easily solved by spraying at people in our building.I was.told to several
seems drawn to it like a magnet the beginning of the new growth
Publisher draws metal The population may be period. There will be no deformed could understand It then

Publoh.d M h YIou......sad..Mrad e..to >4O-.M.r>.,at h.P...Offc.<**..*......suds Act..March*. 1 7M44MS slight at the first infestation. the. leaves or lack of new growth I when funeral as I have seen before. Out was of a
tree .becomes weaker, more beetles aphids are controlled. respect I would not have
s-.c..........M..........s It P_T-.o:M Sic M.rlbs attacks In a short period of time, the Respect and protect your favorite Please see If there is a objected
0utsWe littmmnmi$18,ft V..>:"."*..M. nli. trw Is a skeleton of its former self. tree in the bom ground. Provided this, or some law that states reason for
. tMotI.......de There is cost associated with a dead with the proper! care it can easily park in front of a church you caa't

trey In some areas,. a permit for outlive you and your progeny. -Puzzled ParkerPal.


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Champagne Dinner and Fashion Show

To Be Presented Saturday by Women's ClubsThe fj Ite cl; Z fide

Woman's Club of Starke and Modeling outfits from local stores
the Junior Woman's Club will presenta will be: Lucy White, Becky Roberts,
Champagne Dinner and Fashion' Latain Herres, Karen Andrews,
Show at the Club Building on Saturday Virginia Crawford, Margie Hall, gltllJ'J
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Nov. 15 at 7:00: p.m. Cassle Autry, Nancy Roberts,Sharon : ,
There will be entertainment duringthe Coston, Tara Roberts, Shan Johns, mootflr
dinner with Mrs.Mona Canova ac- Lea Roberts, Joey Herres and Tom Society Fte urewJ.

companying Billy McRae, soloist. my Hardenbrook.
"we're trying to make it a real nice Tickets are $7,SO each and may be -
affair so people will want to come purchased at Stump's DepartmentStore

back next year", says Pat Spengler, Leila's Dress and Gift at Shop the, .. .,...,.1.1.mi .. .. .. .. .
chairman of the budget and finance from members of the club or -,.-- ------,.... 7" '" . ,
committee. door.

19th Annual WorthingtonCivic Methodists To Hold

Myl Jw.y. Altar Society Christmas Bazaar r Holiday Bazaar and
Sheriff Reddish
Planning Parish This Saturday Soup-Chili LuncheonA
Speaks at Little Bazaar Dec. 5-6
Holiday Country Bazaar and
Women's Club MeetingSheriff Jul JulBecky St. Edward's Altar Society made Members of the Worthington Civic Soup-Chill luncheon will be held by
Dolph Reddish gave a their Parish Bazaar Club will hold their 19th annual the ladies of the First United
very Christmas
informative talk on "Self-defense for and dinner at the Christmas Bazaar this Saturday Methodist Church on Thursday Nov.
Young Women in Today's Society" at November meeting Thursday even- Nov. 15, from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. In the' 20, In the Fellowship Hall.
the Little Women meeting at the ing, Nov. t, with the president, Carol Worthington Springs Community The bazaar will be open from ill a.m.

Woman's Club Tuesday night, Nov. 4, Ashline, presiding. Building. i to 4 p.m. and the soup-chllliuncheon
Dazinskl has altar care during There will be free prizes each howl be ,
at 7 p.m. Betty will served from 11 a m. to 1 p.m.
Presiding was the President, Stacy November.At and the raffle for a handmade quilt The luncheon will be $1.50 each.
Denmark. Gina Lane gave the devo- the suggestion of Antoinette will' be held at 3 p.m. Bazaar chairman Carolyn Eaves
tional. Introducing the speaker for the 'Stefanelll. individual members- Raffle tickets for''$1 each are urges everyone to bring their bazaar
program was Robin Tatum. agreed to contribute to the Maryknoll available from Civic Club members.You Items to the church by Monday. Nov.
Following the Secretary's: report by ,Mission International Fund for help to do not have to be present to win. .,ryr 16.
Luncheon will be.served all
Tammy Baldree and the Treasurer's the needy. during
report by Mary Ann Miller, the club Peggy Shaller reported on cards the day. Church of God Ladles
voted to the sent to the sick and bereaved.Reportswere Club members Invite everyone to
following activities
: 1))sponsor To sponsor a Dance Satur- given on the Fall Deanery come and do their Christmas shopp r Hold Annual DinnerThe
meeting recently attended by ing and take advantage of "super
day night, Nov. 8, from 9-12 p.m. anda "
members and dates Hay-ride and members In Live Oak. good bargains. Brenda Thompklns Ladies Auxiliary of the Starke
Cook-out on Nov. 28,' at Tammy Gerri Phillips reported on progressof Vernon Barber Church of God held Its annual potluck
Baldree's home. Mrs. Joan Chitty, plans for the Parish Bazaar planned Mrs. Wayne McCarthy dinner for missions Tuesday, Nov. 4,
Sponsor, announced the reception for December S and eat the front of Brenda Gail Thompkins at 7:30 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall of
honoring the Senior Club State President I Stump's Department Store in Brad- Honored At the church.
Mrs. John Mace, Nov. 11, and ford Square Shopping Center At this Stork Shower. Vernon S. BarberTo The hall was decorated In the traditional
time prizes of $100 and a large hand theme. The din-
the Fashion Show and Dinner on Nov. Wed Nov. 29 Thanksgiving
15. Discussion was held on the made doll house will be given away. Mrs.Wayne McCarthy was honored ner is given each year by the Ladles
Christmas Formal to be held Dec. 12 Members and friends were encouraged Monday evening with a stork shower Mrs. Ernestine W. Thompkins re- In supporting a missionary. At the
for members and their guests. to donate craft or baked goods given by Marcia Hardenbrook and quests the honor of your presence at present time the Ladles support two
The following Chairmen and Committee items as well as help at the time of the Deborah Martin in the home of the the marriage of her daughter,Brenda missionaries.
Members were announced by Bazaar. latter, at 134 E. South Street. Gail, to Vernon S. Barber on Saturday Hostesses for the occasion were I
the President as follows: PRO The Christmas Dinner is set for Upon arrival, Mrs. McCarthy was Nov. 29, at 4 p.m. at Church of Mrs. S.J. Osteen, Mrs. Bill Johnson
GRAMS: Joy St. John, Chairman; December 14 at the local Western presented a baby doll corsage Christ, Brownlee and McMahon and Miss Millie Oicandio After the
Jennifer Nix, Pam Pratt, Deborah Steer Steak House. centered in pink and blue ribbon with Streets, Starke. dinner the Ladies had a prayer ser
Johns, Kim Rieske, Wynette Joiner, The next meeting is scheduled for miniature babry articles on a A reception will follow at R.J.E. vice.
Vickie Carver Vonda .1. December 2 when it was agreed to background of white satin leaves.In High School cafeteria.All .
Kay Ayer,
Sherra Mott and Tina Best. DEVO- Roberts shows what's In have a Kitchen Shower to replenish the party room hung a large friends and relatives are Invitedto Epperson Family ,
store for diners at the Champagne
supplies In the parish hall. white lace umbrella with clusters of attend.
TIONS: Sherra Mott, Chairman; dinner and fashion show at the Holds ReunionThe
Carver At the close of the meeting pink and blue ribbons.
Vickie Baldree
Tammy ,
Wynette Joiner, Gina Lane, Karen Woman's Club Saturday night. Bawek Introduced the guest speaker, The gift table was covered with a annual family reunion of the
Chitty, Mary Ann Miller, Pam Pratt, Lynnell Sapp, who Is employed as the lace cloth centered with an arrangement Miss Sheryl Hill Epperson family was held Saturday,
Tina Best and Jennifer Nix. Emergency Room Supervisor at of silk flowers and burning Luncheon HonoreeMiss Nov. 8, In the Lake Butler Methodist
HOSPITALITY It HOUSE Gina UDC Has ProgramOn Alachua General Hospital in candles in amber cut glass. Wall Church Fellowship Hall with Miss
Gainesville.Mrs. decorations of gold holding burning Sheryl Hill,whose marriage to Katherine Epperson and Mrs. i
Lane, Chairman Lynne Loper, Suzy '
; Gen. Magruder David Silcox will be event of Nov.
Alvarez, Tammy Baldree, Sue Sapp spoke of the history and candles and other artistic arrangements an Georgia Watson as hostesses.
Meadows, Renee Shipman, Vickie A biographical sketch on General importance of Cardlo Pulmonary of candles cast a soft 23, was honored at a luncheon Satur- Several arrangements of mums and
Carver, Robin Stern, Joy St. John, John B. Magruder was presented by Resuscitation In survival of patients.She glow throughout the party rooms. day at the Garden Restaturant. seasonal flowers were used at points :.
Jennifer Nix and Beth Starner. Mrs. Elzle Sanders at the November also emphasized the necessity of The refreshment table was coveredin Hostesses were Mrs. J,R. Wain- of Interest.
SPECIAL PROJECTS: Pam Pratt, meeting of the W.T. Weeks' chapter, adequate training, persistence, and white and blue and held a creative wright, Mrs. Charles Darby, Mrs. Attending from Starke were Mr. j
Chairman Monica Green Paula UDC. held Wednesday afternoon of need for Medical Care Facilities in blue sheet cake covered in white with H.H. Adams, Mrs. O.L. Haynes, Jr., and Mrs. Ronnie Sellers and
Joiner, Suzy; Alvarez, Deborah Johns, last week at the Western Steer Steak treating heart attack victims. ruffle pink and blue trim highlighting Mrs. J.W. Ritch, Mrs. Lou Struth and daughters, Stephanie and Emily, I
Kim Rieski, House. Refreshments were served by the "Welcome Baby" on top. A crystal Mrs. George Miller. Mrs. Bettie Epperson Mizelle, I
Lynn Loper, Wynette
Herbert Thomas presidedover Brown and Ruth bowl held lime with lime The T-shaped dining table held an *
Joiner, Robin Stern, Mary Ann Miller Mrs. hostesses Mary punch punch Raiford Epperson and Mrs. Eva
the meeting. Mrs. Lester Crews, Meng Among guests at the meetingwere ice cream floats. arrangement of pink camellias in a Anderson. Other out-of-town guests
Beth Starner and Paula Joiner, CoChairmen : president, reported on the state con- Lena Dougherty, Peg Trimble, Party games were enjoyed with cut glass bowl at the head table and were Mrs. Cindy Householder and
Roberts vention held Oct. 13-16 In Gainesville.She Pauline Oeschger and Jan Powell. prizes being awarded to Mrs. Lena garlands of ivy interspersed with daughters, Kathye Jo, Kim and .'
Paige Suzy
Alvarez, Robin; Stern, Monica Green, was accompanied by Mrs. Reverend Father Edward Roonneyalso O'Neal, Mrs. Tommy Wilkins, Mrs. camellias ran the length of the side Katma of Bushnell, Dan McKinney of .
Wynette Joiner, Vonda Kay Ayer, Mildred Wetsgerber of Keystone visited the meeting to offer sup- Victor Gingras and Mrs. Richard Mc table..Bridal place cards marked the Suwannee County, Mrs. Lou Rita }
for the seating arrangement for he 24 guests \
and gratitude Williams
Heights. port express Carthy. Williams, Mrs. Christine
Gina Lane, Renee Shipman, Lynn
made for the Christmas him the new Marcia Hardenbrook the which included Mrs. George Roberts,
and Sikes. DANCES Plans were grand reception given as kept gift and sons, Jeffrey and Douglas from
Robin Loper Tatum Shelly and,Vonda Kay Ayer: luncheon to be held Wednesday, Dec. pastor. of St. Edward's.. '| .book.. Sr. and Mrs.. Vernon Silcox, grand- Orange Park. .. .
Co-Chairmen Paula Joiner, Vickie 3, at 11:45 a.m. at the Holiday Inn. :As'a'memento of the occasion, the mother and mother of the prospective Good food was enjoyed and Mrs. I
; Mrs. Walla Lipsey. who has been a"tegulal'tnerpberf4lezhady RKE oi(:,0r:1.: o. S hostesses presented the.honoree with groom, Mildred Rivers led the singing with '
Carver, Shelly Sikes Deborah Johns, !r .,("RT ; fIlVRC"JI", .... I:). ".," ,' < ; The'hostesses presented I \"the .
Kim*'!iRIeske Robin( Stern, : > yearsuWasmade'an '1 a i a baby vaporizer.7"Elks her piano accompaniment.The
i Suzy 1
honorary member. The Starke Church 'br'OodV1I honoree with a sugar bowl to her date for the next reunion was
AlVarez, Paige Roberts, Monica the were observe its annual Homecoming day, chosen china as a memento of the oc ,
Green and Sue Meadows: Hostesses for meeting Lodge News voted on and will be held at the home
The following members Mrs. Lipsey, Mrs.. Lex Green, and Sunday November 16. and casion. of Mrs. Mizelle and Raiford Eppersonin I
new were members
Sunday School will begin at 10:00 Starke Elk Lodge
Mrs. Curtis Starke in June of 1981.
the Club the
accepted upon approval the Northeast
a.m.- Worship Service at 11:00: a.m. ladies attending .
of the Senior Club and Little and dinner on the grounds( at 12:30: district deputy visitation at the Live I ItH1e8t (
Women Sponsors: Robin Stephens, Oak Elk Lodge on Tuesday, Nov. 4,
Terrie Massey, Brenda Langford, SwingersHold p.m.Rev.. Wilmon Smith, pastor of the were: George W. Brown, Bill and 'I f
Norman, Meliss Winkler Cindy Barbecue Sarasota Church of God and former Marian Finucan, J.D. Doyle, Nealy lte
Melissa Mayo, Kathy Grif- pastor of the Starke Church of God, and Rose McConnell, Sam and
fis, Becky Cooper, Charlotte Geiger, Members of the Strawberry Swingers will be the guest speaker in both the Thelma Wise, George and Ada Doml-
Jill Hayes, Valarle Hightower, Mary held a barbecue Friday nightat morning and evening services. nianni, Herb and Maureen Chase,
Wright, Terry Mathews, Susan Sapp, the home of Mrs. A.J. Barry on Special music and special singing John Warren and Dorothy Cook. NEW SHIPMENT-Fresh.
,Lori ,Flynn, Carmen Eaves, Beth Bessent Road. will be presented In both services by 1
Francis, Candlce Stroud, Kim The yard was gayly lighted with tiki the choir and by the special music and Container Grown Bushes
Lawson,Kathy Gillingham, Pam Duffy torchs and strawberry candles.
of the local church.
Diana Crawford and Lisa Lawson. Guests ate at tables set up on the lawn singing Everyone groups' invited to come and t.8.rr' 31I Full Color

Upon payment of their $5 membership or in the house. share with us on this special day of Non Patent
dues to Anne Miller all The 50 the affair Iectlon489
Mary enjoying were praise and Thanksgiving to God for t. "
new members will receive; full from Starke, Gainesville, Hampton, all his bountiful blessings. Varieties
membership privileges. Lawtey, Kingsley Lake and Keystone Rev. Mel Drake -r'DENA

III[,i A/nden" JPam the Pratt, Special, all Project Little Women Chairman Heights. Host Pastor ... ROSE FOOD &INSECTICIDESpecial

[Will' .i be..selling "Homecoming Corsages formula for vigorous growth and I'
for B.H.S.'Homecoming Nov.
20 & 21, for $2.50 each. color plus systemic action Insecticide to
.. ,rJ'heiExICutive.. Board of the Little Vai ,.5fCi1C"I kill sucking & chewing Insects. It goes '
,Women will meet Tuesday night, Nov. 'f"n
through the root system to all parts of
29, at the home of Mrs. Joan Chitty, SAUSAGEliS
,Sponsor and the next regular the plant.

meeting will be Dec., 2,. at the 15 lb.
Woman s Club., 5 lb. Box 398 Q95

Refreshments were served by the ONLY Bag
Officers of the Little Women, following .
I the meeting and program.
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'Beta Sigma Phi HasSpooktacular ITS

Party Cold Weather Drives

Members of Beta Sigma Phi, their PLANT FALL Pests Indoors I,
family and friends enjoyed a Halloween I
party at the home of Robert and KILL THEM OFF WITH t
Linda Bowen on Morgan Road Friday FLOWER

night, Oct. 31.Approximately. BUHLS HIKILL
50 guests enjoyed a BULBS ;

wiener roast with all the fixing and Effective against roaches-ants.'
delicious home made chill. ONION SETS
Next on the agenda was a hayridewith fleas-spiders A others
plenty of spooks along the ride '. VEGETABLEPLANTS 8 Oz. makes a gallon. i

keeping everyone in nightmares for a It- HI-Kill .
week. "
After the hayride everyone ended 8 oz. Reg. 8" :

the fire drinking hot : ANNUALS
HI. .
'and roasting mar- eN 618 :

shmallows experience.to warm them up after the"chilling" 'I" Good Selection 8 oz. Reg. 7'- :

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Beta Sigma Phi held an International :, NOWdCON...... .
Wine It Cheese party for new :
rushees at the home of Diane Hodges RYE', GRASS SEED
Tuesday, Nov. 4. Members of Beta
Sigma Phi and their guests had a I' Winter. green I for yard or pasture.

social Members hour. attending were Diane RAT KILLER 5 lbs.145' 25lbs'fi45

Rose Hodges Smith, Marie, Harriet Wynn, Bryan.Connie Chert Beat .. For a limited time only No coupon necessary' Meal or Pellet. LI ONLY a6 ONLY

Cox;Brenda Slade, Linda Bowen and lib. Box Reg. 3'NOW*

guests Griffis Ella and Hall Elaine, Vicki Griffis.Sparks, Rhonda BREAKFAST HOURS; 6:00-1O:30arn.Mon.thruSat.:: 268 50 Ib.'Bag 18"

Next meeting will be Nov, 18 at the

home of Harriet Bryan. '


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Reddish and Richard Torode Old you
Karen H.lJ ,Wolldl The descendents of Richard and
Mr. and Mrs. Drew Reddish and Bennett had a Bennett reunionMrs
Married Wed Oct. 18 at Heilbron Baptist Church ''Jt. brother. P.D.and son Reddish Mr. and visited Mrs. their Glen in Hilliard on Nov. 9 with 53 attending.

Heilbron Baptist Church Starke, : Reddish In Fayettevllle N.C. from James Burnham of Panasoffkee
was the setting for the marriage of I v I Thursday to Monday. and Mary Runyon of Jennings were
Karen Ann Reddish, daughter of Mr. I weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs.
and Mrs. Lamar Reddish of Starke to Mrs. John W. Griffin and Miss Douglas Hardy. .
Paul Richard Torode of Starke,son of J Lillian Stump attended the Both anniversary -
Mr. and Mrs. John A. Torode of reception In Lynn Haven on J.D.Warren was a
Kingsley Lake. Sunday for Mr. and Mrs. Henry In North Florida Regional Hospital
Fev. Dean Cassels performed the k Anderson.. Thursday to Tuesday.
nuptials on Saturday, Oct. 18,at 7:30: Joseph Morris SandersonMr. .
p d and Mrs. M.J. Sanderson of'
p.m.The chancel area of the church was SIgl Gainesville announce the birth of a
centered with an arch candelabra son, Joseph Morris, born Nov. 7, in
decorated with a spray of mixed I Alachua General Hospital.
greenery flanked by tree candelabras Maternal grandparents are Mr.and
holding sprays of bronze mums. Arrangements Mrs. S.G. Denmark. Paternal grandparents
of bronze mums, peach are Mr. and Mrs. M.A.
carnations, champagne daisies, Sanderson all of Starke.
bronze pompoms and gold buttom The baby joins a sister, Stephanie, .
poms decorated the floor area and a age 4.
greenery garland draped the chancel 040000Robert
rail. Burning tapers and greenery fill- James Rlherd
ed each window of the church to finish Mr. and Mrs. Carl Riherd of
off the bride's candlelight ceremony. Gainesville announce the birth of a
Ray Norman. pianist and Mrs. son,.Robert James, born Nov. 10 In
Sylvia Reddish soloist, presented a Alachua General Hospital.
program of nuptial music. Maternal grandparents are Mr and
Ronnie Norman served as best man Mrs. J.R. Chasteen of Orlando and
and ushers were Johnny and Carl great grandfather is J.R. Chasteen,
Torode, brothers of the groom and Sr. ui Keystone Heights.
Randy and Dean Reddish brothers of Paternal grandparents are Mrs.
the bride and Danny Luke. Joyce Riherd of Starke and I I the late
Margaret Ann Bennett served as .9 k R.M. Riherd. Great: grandmother Is r ty ty.1
matron of honor. She wore a gown of Mrs. C.A. Doke of Alachua.
peach floral silesta featuring a
Blouson top with an empire waist.The Old you know....
skirt was of soft accordian pleats. H:A. Lawson had surgery Tuesday S
Sally Patrick, sister of the Broom 1?+ in North Florida Regional Hospital. .1.1tiK
Nancy Lee Cindy and Sherri Nor p
man,cousins of the bride were atten Mrs. E.P Boland returned to her *-AWAMCSMM -
dants. They wore identical gowns of home In Athens, Ga. Wednesday after
toffee silesta featuring a blouson top 10 days visit with her mother Mr.
with an empire waist. The skirts were H.L. Speer,who was In North Florida
of soft accordian pleats. All the atten- t Regional Hospital last week for tests.
dants carried silk Colonial nosegaysof
rust tiger lilies bronze button Friends of Mrs. Natalie Wood are
poms, peach roses peach daisies and ,. glad to hear she Is doing well after
champagne gypsophilia. -.' in St. Vincent's Hospital last '
Shauna Patrick,niece of the groom, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Torode surgery == ,(
served as flower girl and wore a gownof --- -

champagne embroidered organdywith Rice bags were passed out by Dana SMSHHMMMMMHMVMHMBVaMMMHHMMMeHHMI M WH BHMM II
peach colored underskirt. Norman, Amy Tison, and Tonda
Gary Norman was ringbearer Moore. A to Z Pawn Shop : \
Mrs. Linda Johns directed the wed- Following; a wedding trip to Busch ,, GEFDEN
brie and Keith Reddish assisted the Gardens in Tampa. the couple Is -
with her veil and train. residing at 307 W. Lafayette Street
The bride,given In marriage by her Starke. WHNYS
father, wore a gown of white silk The bride and groom are both i Ku (Waves
organza with a chapel length train.A graduates of Bradford High School. C
sheer organdy inset adorned In chantilly She graduatedin1978andisattending [Gold Class Rings .Wedding Band
lace formed the high neckline Santa Fe Community College at
also trimmed in chantilly lace. The night. She is employed at Guaranty a robert leonar salon
144 W Call 5t .
long straight sleeves were of sheer Federal in Starke. Watches
chantilly lace cuffed at each wrist Mr. Torode graduated from BHS in 984-8348 (ssi
with a tiny ruffle. From an empire 1972! and is self employed at Torode
waist the skirt fell and featured matching Electric and Systems.
lace around the lower portion of ._-_. -
the skirt Down the back of the skirt,a
soft ruffle with lace cascaded to each
side. Her veil was gathered on a
camelot cap of chantilly lace and seed JIM I WALTER OFFERSAnnual
pearls. Trimmed in matching lace,
the veil fell at chapel length.She worea
heart shaped diamond necklace, agift
of the and diamond 1 '
groom earr
ings. She carried a long graceful silk 010 I
cascade of rust tiger lilies peach MOBTGAGE

daisies, bronze button poms, peach .
and champagne gypsophalla.. '
rOBes_ was held in the church Y "
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Fellowship Hajk Mrs- Linda Norman; .. ,- m \ur 03:11T0l1:
aunt of the brine, greeted the guests :- Percentage't''F' ffi ,ttNarvrl. ,
at the the bride's door.book.Mrs.Darlene Hardee kept Rate NA..N C I N'Ib

Placed appoints of interest were ar-
rangements of greenery.The .
serving tables were covered
with"peach flounces overlaid with TO HIS CUSTOMERS
white army-navy cloths. Centeringthe
bride's table was a 3-tier white
wedding cake, made by the bride's
mother, Mrs. Lamar Reddish with
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chosen colors. Between the upper ,; ):;>'f', .,hola'
tiers of the cake was a bouquet of .,r ..bnet"M
fresh flowers In matching colors. On '''0''''
either side of the cake were silver 'n, .I o'qlulO"
branch candelabras holding burning
tapers. Mrs. Linda Patrick and Mrs pit Etoo
Dot Simmons cut the c lte. fen .voll
The punch bowl table held a crystal ) h tbo.9Qants
punch bowl encircled with greeneryand ..\t
flowers of the bride's chosen colors -
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Presiding at the punch bowl were
Mrs. Aleta Salyer Mrs.Alice Oswald, .
and Mrs. Corkie Norman.A ,
table also held a crystal punch As I, .... t"." .,.
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bowl of fresh fruit encircled with .}

greenery fruit .and. grapes. Presiding at the '"7'- :?, "'".-, ...,,, .,,_." ..'. ,, ./..._.
bowl Misses
were Tracy Kelly %&% & .: :: ..., ,'OJ> N '
Lelsel Jones, and Mrs. '
Kelly Kilgo
Christie Torode. > m9ftC4: the PRESIDENT Sedrofflm.:=* Baths SO i

The coffee table held a silver ser '
-n I
vice Kitten and Denmark coffee was Mrs.served Denise by Adams.Mrs. Have you been stymied trying to find financing paCt:J $'aTi0. low building costs. Let us show y4I how:., btlL} .. .

Mrs. Jean Norman and Mrs. Sharon build on your property? There's no such problem',"-: ou can save money. lots of it by doing some '. ',' .,.... ... '"
Spears. at Jim Walter Homes. and it won't cost you an I pfan.otthe- inside finishing yourself. LetjS phoOM I ,
Others assisting in serving were arm and a leg. Jim Walter can build and finance ,! ; :;,the Jim Walter way. how wewill finish your .j

Cassels Mrs. Shirley Mrs.Andrews Betty Cassels Miss ,Selina Mrs. your new home for only 10% annual percentage home to almost any stage, from the "shell'' (unfinished oft ._

Betty Norman, Mrs. Lana Dowdy. rate, not the 11 Vz% that you would have to pay for inside) up to 90% complete. You can ten I "tan
Mrs. Dorothy VanPelt and Mrs. Pam PH.A. mortgage or even more for conventional us how much jpf( (the interior to do, then yojt-take= t

Tison. financing. And, with Jim Walter mortgage financing over and finish the rest. Do the electrical, finish the*J

Did you know.... there are NO points and NO closing costs. You wallboard, install the/ inside doors and trim..*The* ..

only pay for what you get. And, with our almost more you do for yourself, the more you'll save; It's _D t I

Mrs. Bertie and Elieza Holland and instant service, credit approval is usually only a the Jim Walter.Way for you to have more home for) ;
H.L.Holland of Register. Ga. and Mr. matter of a day or two not the red-tape delays that less money. ', ,
and Mrs. Ed Anderson of Statesboro take to month: with
can a or more so
Ga. were last Thursday and Friday institutions.Let up many So if you pwn property and want to build a new Walter Homes for. no-obligation information and
guests of Mr. and Mrs. S.L. Peek, Jr. financing home,come to where 10%annual percentage rate' the cost of building on your property. Call, stop by, I

us show you the more than 20 homes from is no problem. Come to where the cost of or send the coupon to our nearest display park
Lex Sanders In first In the
came which choose. Let us complete buildings low and the value is Come
adult division pool tournament last you may give you high. to Jim today.

week at the Younger Generation

center. Homes built on your property to almost any WE DO IT RIGHT!!!

Commissary Food Store stage from the shell up to 90 complete. ; .
7823017 ....aaa .sa...aaaeae. !. '
Located In old
State Rd. 225(301
........ If ... JIM WAITER HOMES 'IM..I. ,.?..,..,?.,?., .
Open 7.11,7dayseweakCustom W.IJlJaJ. HOMES
Cutting and .-. .'JIf would' like to hove more Information and the 'coot .
Wrapping'for Freezer of building on my property I understand there wouldbe
no obligation to buy and that you would give me .
Fla. 32216 these facts free of charge.
Lunch Moat Specials J Jacksonville .
Fresh Yard Eggs ((1.89 Brawn), ((1.79 NAMI __ .
White) per Hat. Ocala! Fla. 32670
Milk 1.991101. P. o. Box 16965 ADDRESS -..:. .

Pepsi I W 16 o'.I pock P. O. Box 954 Phillips Highway CITY STATI._ ___ 11p._
Coco-Cola .
1.4916 0'8 pack
Telephone (fee neighbor) ..
Old udwalsw Milwaukee IJ 01.12e bottle. Dag 4-./lit pack.2.59 1.99 3001 South Pine St. U.S. No. .1 South If rural) fowls plow give direction' ? --.mow .

All/ Cos Bow 1.31 above coil \ .

Fresh Ground loot 1.49 lb. '' 733-3250 I mm 'ro-erty w .County,
Fresh Fryers .59|lb. PH: 732-3714 PH .
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Leqals' HamPton Hiiights SouthsideElementary

by Dolores Mcng charge. They know how to do It.andre Junior Girl Seoul Troops will be held Elementary PTA will meet In the
Phone 468-1115 willing to take the tie to teach at Hampton Elementary School. At school cafeteria. Parents are Invitedto
NOTICE. : OF ) I Ibis time uniforms and pins will be attend and discuss progress of their
INTENTIONTO 'CIUI"H given to the Brownies In Beverly children with teachers. Future plans School

REGISTER On TuesdayyNov.. 18 the Hampton Club Padgett's 1.t.through 3rd graders. will be made for benefit of students.
FICTITIOUS Hampto4-H Fenton the Junior
Coupon and Refund Club will meet In The Club met on Nov. Kathy sponsors
NAME the City Hall at 1 p.m. Anyone Interested -, 10 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Scouts comprised of 4th through 8th Halloween Carnival Southslde's Halloween Carnivalwas
In saving bill la Waters with 21 young people present grades. Members are busily making Success of the recent PTA CarnivalIs a resounding success thanks to
Pursuant to Section, Invited to attend and on grocery asked? to bring Paul Men*, the guest speaker spokeon puppets and arranging the ceremony attributed to parents friends and the many willing and able workers
BAS 09. Florida Statutes, along food refund the meaning of Citizenship. Connie for the investiture.) merchants as well Individuals. who among the parents and staff. Our
notice Is hereby given any coupons or special thanks to the businesses of the
thai the form they do not expect to use. These Davis, Recreation Leader reportedon worked many hours in making plans .
undersigned will be exchanged for those brought In the Haunted Path venture sponsored Senior Cltlseni and working on the. night of the Car- community who contributed many
EDDIE JOSEPH LEWIS, P. by thd 4-H Club for the Halloween The Hampton Senior Citizens Club nival. Items. Much credit for the success of
O. by other members.
3.W9I.Box sole 207 Stark. FI It Is Interesting to note that the Carnival.As a project members enjoyed a pleasant gathering at their Carnival Chairman, Inger Campenand the carnival goes) to Jim Lawson,

business' under owner the, doing firm originators of this club Edith Smith were asked to advise at least people meeting on Friday In the City Hall. her committee Jolene Friese Mrs. Linda Alday and Mrs. Nancy

name ot EDDIE J. LEWIS and Carolyn Slater regularly save to vote. Refreshments were served Mrs. Mabel Phillips was the lucky Cathy Williams and Carolyn Slater, Bradley who were In charge. The dif
PUIPWOOO P. O. Box from $4 to $10 on each visit to the the close of the meeting.Girl winner of the door prize that day. wish to express their appreciation to ferent arrangement of the area in
207 Stork. Fl.3201 In. grocery store. In addition, Carolyn all who made such a great night pose f. which the carnival was held led to a
tends to register Mid fictitious last week saved some$30 while Edith Scouts Football Fans ble. It was wonderful to sea all the much better low of traffic and ease of
name under the received$63 worth of groceries free of On Nov. 20 at 7:30: p.m. an Investiture Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Wadsworth at- former students attend and enjoy thepupils. participation. The monies raised by
: tended the Florida Georgia football this effort will be used by the
aforesaid' itatule.Dated Meeting of the Brownie and the present .
this 13th day of game In Jax on Saturday. Anapproximall a profit of$1,100 was Southside PTA for the student's

November, 1980, In r-- Did know. .. I realized that evening. benefit.
Storks Bradford County : .
F''.. Lonnie Melton returned home Mon November 18 Is the end of the second
11113..tpd 12/4 I Mr.and Mrs. A.J. Eaves and family Mrs. EmmaRene Weaver returnedlast I day from Bradford' County Hospital 20%Off. six weeks grading period.

were In West Palm Beach Saturdayand Tuesday after three weeks visit where he underwent tests and treat- On All'' Report cards will be sent home with
NOTKIOFPUBUCMtARINO Sunday and attended the weddingof with Mr. and Mrs. James Weaver In 'toient. Card Jeans the students on Monday. Nov. 24.
a niece Tamara Eaves to Paul. Peachtree City Ga. Randy. Hodges Is making steady Many ItyMeRvC.1on/..
Th. District III Mental Koskl on Saturday night. progress at Alachua General and i
Health Board Inc., will Mr. and Mrs. David Eugene Taylorof Hospital. lelle's' November 21 Is the date of the BUS
hold a public hearing lor Mr.and Mrs. Randall Chism visited Oakland City. Ind. were Saturdayto '" Dross 4 Gift Homecoming Parade.The students at
cltlieni of Bradford and their daughter and family Mr. and Wednesday guests of Mr. and.Mrs Birthdays ShopNew Southside will walk downtown with
Union Counties. at the Mrs. Herb Johnson and sons in W.J. Frick., Billy Jordan bad a nice party for their class to view the parade and
Bradford County 'School Tallahassee over the weekend. family friends In celebration of his 9th afterward will be bussed back to the
Board MI North Temple '. Students school In time to board their correct
Avenue In Stark beginning 20%Off The family of Gerald Brown, Sr. Recently coming from Brooker to bus for home. Parents who wish to
at 6:00: p.m. on On All 20% Off take their students to the parade are
treatedd him to a big dinner and Hampton Elementary were Grace
Thursday, November 13 Cord Jeans On All decorated cake for his birthday on Rowe in the 5thlP'ade and her sister encouraged to pick them up from
1980. The purpose of this '. Merry Styles Cord"Jeans Nov. 6.Scott. Barbara In Kindergarten. From school by coming to the office to sign
hearing to create a
forum for privatecltliens. and Many Colorslode's end MenltyIeo. Colors Campen celebrated his 6th Waldo last week came Joey Dixon, a them out.November. I

elected of- Meny. birthday on Nov. 8. 6th grader his brother, Danny in the
Dress*OH Ulle-s 28,'n, 28, there will be no
Iclali, consumer of ser- Patricia Jackson turned e on Nov. 4th grade and another brother,David
Shop school for students due to
'vice. at other to 11. in the 1st grade. On Monday the 4th
enhance the exchange She Andy Smith celebrated his 12th birthday grade welcomed Melissa Schuck Thanksgiving Holidays.Mrs. .
Information. and give allinterested Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lawson of' on Nov. 11. formerly from Los Angeles California Carol Clark fourth grade
persona a Tallahassee and Miss Elizabeth Nov. 13 birthdays are being and Bobby Chewning from! Old language arts class is researching the
Lawson of Lake Wales spent the Leo Champion underwent meaning of Thanksgiving Day then
voice In decisions affec* celebrated today by Glenn Friese who Town Florida.TV.
weekend with their parents Mr. and surgery Friday in North Florida each reading group will write an
ting th*delivery of community Is 8 years old, Brian Davis who Just
mental health Mrs; H.A. Lawson. Mrs.Joe Jordon of Regional Hospital. turned g and Mindy Mersey who Is Celebrities original play which they will perform

and alcoholism "", ''e... Live Oak is spending the week. now 10 old. Miss Claudette Peterson Is preparIng for the class.
The District, Board Is a Mr. and Mrs: C.F. Compton of years her class for a trip to Jacksonvillein Mrs. Donna Gruen's fourth grade

cltlien's group ...pon."* The Starke Woman's Club furnished Blacksburg, S.C. are guests this week Hampton Lake the near future when they plan to language arts class Is writing seedy

ble for a IS county area, aria and crafts for the Special of Mr. and Mrs. R.A. Colson. Welcome to Tommy and LaTrelle participate in a program on Channel stories eerie essays, frightening
and needs the Input of Olympics which were held at Brad- Hamilton and their son David who 4. phrases, and curdling couplets. They
any and all persons I Interested ford High School Nov. 6. Those participating are now living in the former home of will do this in a series of seven exercises
In Its planning Mrs. D.W. WhiAen, starting with exercise one
were: 20%Off C.A. Preisler. We wish them much
and coordinating role. Mrs. Louis T. Young, Mrs' Jack On AllCordJesMS happiness In this lovely home on Assembly of GodHomecoming pumpkinabulary ending with exer-

ll/62tchg 11/13. Trawlck Mrs. Al Kay Carlisle and Lovely Hampton Lakel! Nov. 16 cise six pumpklnadventure. Then
NOTICE OF Mrs. L.H. Jennings. Meny Styles will come an original story.
INTENTIONTO end. assay Color i Happy AnniversaryPaul Mrs. Carolyn Taylor's first grade
REGISTER 20% OH lelle's and Ruth Meng celebrated The Assembly of God Church Rt. 16 class wishes to thank all parents and

,FICTITIOUS On All Dress 4 Gift their 34th Wedding Anniversary on and Weldon Streets will have their teachers who helped to make the
NAME Cord Jeans Shop Sunday Nov. 9. Among those who Annual Homecoming day November "Country Store" at the carnival the
Many Styles them for the weekend were 16, with a group of Gospel singers best ever. The students are workingon
Pursuant to Section, and Many Colors Carlton: Joyce and Angela Meng ofJacksonville from West Florida furnishing good turkey mobiles for hanging decora-
861.09 Florida Statutes, singing for the day. tions. They are also helping to construct
of St. >
toile'sDres.aGif Bill Meng
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Brown enjoyed ,
notice Is hereby given a Rev. Baughman pastor.will bringa bulletin boards with many
and Mrs. Theron
visit with relatives for three weeks In Petersburg Mr.
that th '
timely along with the things that we are thankful for to :
Adam and Renee of
;Shop Hunter Keystone
CARl D. MINX. 109 N. Chicago and Moline, 111. recently. the
Heights Mrs. Beverly Wanner of Gospel group sining. The noon meal carry out Thanksgiving theme In
Temple Ave., Starke, FI
32091. sole owner, doing Mr. and Mrs.J.E. Hardy had guests Mr. and Mrs. F.W. Palmer Sr. Orlando Mr. and Mrs. Randy Scog- will be served to alT the room decorations.

business as CULLIGAN during the weekend: Mr. and Mrs. spent Saturday overnight with Mr. gins April and Erik Mr. and Mrs.Martin .

WATER CONDITION CO. David Mendenhall and daughter David and Mrs. Frank Palmer, Jr. in Meng and Amanda and their
of Starke. Intends to Ashley Miss June Hardy and Jacksonville. youngest ions, Mike and John. They

register sold fictitious Garrett of Atlanta, Mrs. F.W. au had a grand time visiting, dining Did You Know When You Cor*
name under the provisions Mendenhall of Athens Ga., Mr. and and celebrating. That Starke Now Enough To

of aforesaid Mrs. McCullough of Jacksonville Bob .20% Off Bill Meng considered his trip Has a Full Line Send The Very..... 1
statute. Wilson and Mr. and Mrs. Kevin On All specially ev.nUulslnce he was successful of Hallmark. Cards MakeltHellmerkFrom
Doled this 6th day of Wilson of Tampa. Card Jems In bagging three+ wild turkeyson and GlflsT The r hl l it
November A.D. 1980 In Many style Saturday. The Office Shop Office gar
Bradford County. 11/6 Mrs. Emma Tanner of Baldwin and.M.., CoIoro 110 W. Call St.'" ''HOW.Call St. ,,

4tchg 11/27. visited her sister, Mrs. J.H. Fields lelle's -111I.' .,.... Elementary''khol.! ....... Sterke-'*.. *.*..-.7... RETXw

':'m"j1t'w'sl'' n''.a I'INTENTIONTO NOTICE OF wilds; r O:'" d:aoi:\ .1&1Ir..." \ II :.1'1i N ...Jbplethga If .f t r r'I !,III ."Oilit''Iesday'Nov.18 1 PTA !4Meeting, the Hampton" '1' kLfp:1

NAME TERWILL GAR 205 N. T*>mpls Starke

Pursuant to Section Goob f i"t. "
865.09. Florida Statutes, Wayne Douglas Broker-Salesmen I

notice Is hereby given OLb-FASh1oN REAL ESTATE I
that the undersigned, I

4 Box 1402 Stork.. F1 SAILS rf.. .... I ;
32091, Joint owners:doing I II '
business a* FUNtSUlit Telephone-96,64593
GOODIES UNLIMITED. registered collective

Rout 4, Box 1402. REAltt' membership mark FRULKNER II) .
Starke, Fla 32091 Intends 21. which may be used only, :
to register said '!C.1t10ul' Phone 94-7700 by real estate .professionals REF TV =4-sossREALTOR
name under the 393 M.Temple Avenue '
provisions of aforesaid SHOWCASE who, are "- I .J :
statute. Inceme members of the NA, : ..

Dated this 13th day of PROPERTIES.!!!.. with 3 S.Room producing hem Property, en I TlONALASSOCIATlON 221 tefeyene St. Across from WlsneoneApartments Bradford Villa Homos. lessen Rood Starka. Fla,offers

November. A.D. I960 In Realtor acre of land. Assumable. OF REALTORSand, for Rant "beautiful secure, maintenance! free life stylo. Charm
Bradford County.. 11/13. _rtgog.. subscribe to Its ,strict office Space For Rent comfort and quality. describe the t BR I'" B brick.
4Khg i Box 1338 Code of Ethics, townhouses which feature a Great roam, efficient. kitcuatomltod -

Keystone" MOO 32058 19 ...... with 1 were .. -JSR IB, frame In town SM.OOO or Goad ..;_. chen. cebinet and clo_ galore.'I;' Your home CIIn lie
Roberts- blueberry bushes bam .3 SR 2 Ba, C/B hou... very largo outside building Sew to suit your Individuality. Model will'be reedy
473-4903* and horse stalls, 3 sent .... this weekend.. Shown by appointment.
bedroom house. .3 IR I'% ... C/' house, largo.lot Orange Street.
Real Estate I .2 erl IR 1 Ba laura St. garden spot, house completely SPICIAlt
KEYSTONE ARIA OWNER MOVING no" .. MOUND 111 re.dl". *New brick 3 IR 2B 1600 so. ft. CHiA. In city.

.IADfOIOCOUNTY sell 4 bedroom 1% bath C K t .3 IR 2 Ba, Control H/A largo parch .... room en I acre .Nearly now 3 IR I%S. Parkwaod Sub. 32000.Reducedlostweed .
986 N. Temple home *i acre, with fruit In CItv.J Dr. 3 BR 2 B, panel, carpet $30,000. Reduced,
964-7828 MM In Sunrise.Park$9500.00.Lew.lake. .. HOB lot* of extras '3.. 1 Be. .largo ....utl""lot Green Acres. Terms. .*07 Milton Terraco-noariy newmeny' ._.sn.CIOG.
eccaes '2 story Fetch house, next to Fla.. Past Control con .be HANDYMAN SPECIALS
GEOIIOIIOIIIITIASSOC'.TES.-Broker rig were, seed trailers horn*. or. some typo commercial nice also ....
HemesHee I Bradford OBR 4 I aero, Wilson Rood reduced S13.SOO.
with smell amount down.Ivenlngsi 964.5231 Cortege with US' frontage .beautiful Black Creek .
Weekends end Evenings Cell County near ..... ..........' Mlddleburg.I on .eO* W. AdkinsHoue W a 100'' lot $12.100.: ,
... I ''I4 W.Adklns frame 4 BR VAS $".900. Owner fin.
.944-ttM4 1AnnOedwfit.9e4.Ma9 Handy bedroom .
Roberts 4-M9B Judith Plynit Fleas. I
Richard call were with 3 IR Ba. Groan hou... Wilson Rd. ,
Slices.9479l 'If *<... ,In Bradford /rame home. paved road. lwere. ...e. '*>1 W. Adklns :2 ...ce....-........ SIS.OOO.PRf .
patsy actorVwrolo Odom. Broker a5 1 Ie. from home .beautiful oak a .
... Heeding. .94-14 John R.Smith.'.... 217 County flaps per t ORI. Phone. .*......7.. owns will B0.wc.. pee fulV!' Ff O PROPf RriBS'
Pearl Andrews. 947739fialpli '''.000. '30V4 acre with very nice 3 BR I'/ both brick vanes *I* Ac. Brownlea, Rd. Col. homo, .bum stroarn S4SM.
HOMES STARKI stake lot. Keystone area I *Beautiful. take Geneva 300' beech 4 homos- Own. fin
of fruit
variety 4 nut frees. good smell'
Frame .hem en 2 lets whit warehouse-Walnut St. $,600 wad up. F I Acres.with .lot* .. free barn posture' *404 N. Cherry2 largo nicely tur,. ...... Owner fin.
'3BR, IB. brick eke Iet-S04 to 111. $12.00, *Mom 4 3 acres, In Breaker 111.600I
'2SR, IB. Block. Passed 62S Me weed' Dr. *..1..., Classic antebellum' I ..$14.000.
'111.11. LotW.lon"I'. .
'310. 1MB. Block. nice 110 tearing' ... Bryan Real Estate Inflation. I Fighter..3bodreecn.t ,n'A acres with 490 Rice tree trees.Beeutttvl f well 2 I *Fret homo pool workshop. guest house. $....000.,
St pecen sop.
Smell ....". rental. Investment. few price-Cherry I
living room. *ca ranch on Rd 1001. SM.IHM.
m tic tanks, 2 fish ponds, fenced. 4 cress fenced "fitsposture
Frame "home JSRIB. clean a net.-Pre" St. dining room, kitchen corner ..... 131 Johns Drive swimming' peal, thirties .
Frame .home, geed ......". 2BRlB-Perfc PI_. (Cor. US 301A Coif St.) I HI lot |lust raducei Terms. *Hem. wkshp-Rd.1OOW. 3 I.. CMA. PP patio .,..IINI.

.Lore* frame, hem. kj. Vent FlrepkKes-S. Water St. 964-97, ANYTIME .f.m9 '...100. XIB Smell building In good location an Washington' St. forsame *$ SR 2* Rench CHI A 12A for ............22..100.
.4 I.,35. lorf*. screened re*. roam-Searing St. .business.ipeiliiient. :* 121 yr. aid beme(29eO( sq. ft.). Homptwe) 4 3 AeoI3.....
OUT-oP-TOWN HOMES /MONDAY //DA Y f-J p.m. SATUfrOA Y*:.. 'OBR,IB. DevIoI...... Mobile. ...... op*. 1 A.-SRUW I I4BR and $2.SOO Owneffnancas _. .... ..beauty shop 4 barber shop building' for solo.or ACREAGE
from, lorg.lete take. Saner.3SR Sundays by oppofnfmeritJto'pfi ] par could bo chengod t* .noth..type .business, near Hell-.. .2* acres. Rd. 100 W $27.,". Owner fin.nc-d..
I'. Con. a.... In tw, lewtey.JSR. f trfan, REALTOR day ...... T_.. .'44 Ac. lewtey ere formerly' ".... Skin Ledge $40.00
1 ecrwd8low. WATIRFRONT_ SAMPSON lAKIi 4 ..-. lath-24 Far Beglnnert'--3 UO frontage an Hwy 301 N. with .largo C/' .building.. 4 '4.71 Acres Rd.. 230A 4 Wilson Rd. 1.'''.
IB. Snnc. *
appro ........... IVt bets block. .
.. apartment previously Homo's between Sterke 4 40 Acres ....000 1% Interest-Owner fin.M .
'3BR, 2B, three. Flrsplete! M' Seulti.2BR .. M eO DW Mobile Hem* CH4A Kitchen Af .home wttIt, fawned. lewtey. Hampton
yard versatile,. .... will' flnonca.
IB. From large pads SRI1S W.... alienees -$27.1M. Very building. acres- lOO-OW.
.. hsmss .... .. take Rd.'Frame. .. 13 acres 301 4 Morgan Rd. Owner ftnavic $39.00
terte .i... : mobile GRAHAM ROAD. I 11-'_ en 1 Acre -T. f .
workshop, ever 4A-Hempten.Beaurlfut. .. '1..' acres with 12 M MH West .. Sterke. .... acres OrlHIs loop-Hmbor-own. fI... S10.SM.
.4 II.'a. nice ...
.. brick. IOA-W. of lewtey.De $ 7.tIGO. Nmsu'soo. :. .Hampton-let with 12 U MH large pot'". Terms.'A .... acres near Prasbyt.Church 4 I....1...___.,......
.. 4 M4B. op* .XCILUNT'NUOHBORrlOOO 3 BR.2 So.Meek bedroom elder ........ 6asr.e .
with 12 60 built
acre MH with andreen
IIR.I'AS. C Black .... 3A. SR "W. am dining room
Samoa of sand. Paved read
'Brlch. M. 2B. ....... .... 1' A.-'. 1001. ._ Rm. OMA Oarega Neat S40.OOO., .........>. Ie porch Central "/A. only 12.100.80.'Dea't .1 Trailer. .lots Brewnlea' ....."% doper acre ".aoo.
.,--. M. IB. Ig.wutbldg..epn. 4% A..I..... .a.New ,.1 PICAN TRESS ON THIS I ACtl with' 1BR.SBa. miss this 12 M M MH en Vt aero nicely' .landscapedrerd ...BlSO' commercial' an 301-owner fin. S31.MI.Country .

Cypress ......... ....'a.. 10A.-OH Bevless Hwy Modern brick .hems..... Rs.. FPGar$49,90B.. Ownan Flnaetad. ...!.3bodreeffin with family' room, screen perch carport, utility >, Club "let |BV n MT-nlea lecstlon, -SlS.SfrS.
built else.has ,
'2$. 1.. IR. FR, kitchen dining-CryN.l lake A. 1 ACRE MO..I MOMS LOTS $3. OB 4 $....*. "Owe" block roam en motel utility building not attached.arHally -Hampton Oaks lot lit. trees. owner financed-$.aoe.
,.. .
...... .... ... .'. Brick-Country Club areaLot" bam*. ssntral .beat a airM.BOO. "'nI .. '''.100.". ..hiey Call A Water. "lot'2'"* I*' Owner... $''.101.

*...... *A..- SR. 2B -, .... ION. $ .Call It. commercial .let 100'' a '''' 0IUSINUIOPPOlmJNmn- ...., .,.....
'3 '.. IB. IR DR. ee.. I **.. let.-I.R. IOOE low homes new beeves, terns and a.rssg.s. .business. Approximately$ ecres of very nlca.land with single wide
.... 121. Industrial. sits MH HIt IK la. with 4 additional roam .have been
.home .... M aero -
Brick .. 99 Aenaes mee Wlttl Wall. a711i W. Madison. former 5' "'.
..fatters ............. Mobil. sfe-' .
ACREAGE CAll UI AT M .7 sxree 2 traitor hssk...p.. Crosby take. Shores. OK. $.*...W.Kng built, .1.......... .Groat property aerass from HeNday bs--Oweii .....

'L". LIlt- ...... '..... -AFTIR HOURS '"*toy lake er.a'IVi. were with. sepsis tank 4 wan.MOUCID. 1.5t 4 Apt on 31-gorooO poteIotI"-.aw .....;-
.A..I .tafy 0 some hi lewtey Are*. imiae c.Peersen Vicki.Powell | .lu ,*...... *.sj. ft. ca........ on Rd, 11 Owner ..... '

.SVs acres *> Fersytk Rd. Irekcfr/SoletmeeB' Assadata, bedroom t lioth take. I Property' Management Service HoMo(rumor..)4 cetteae on ........ St. Clamors flea.
.6 -off SR231. Office Manager 944aB439A4S3II home wtrh seal"* boat 4 Appraisal 0.04.. Mane four. ..... NIIttII-c.II& & Soy 1111.turf.

.Vt acre Mebll. Heats .let Woodland. Acres.' air, paved drive, beet Bit 41 I Susan M.FeumnerIAI.TOR9e4Ol .... ......... en 301. Seed coda flew.. own .....

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News -
Communitv cerned about the Headstart Program.
- -
School 10 a.m. Morning Worship 11 Blond Eva Risby and Gertrude Cov- County Headstart Center for the han Elder Dean of Starke is the director of
members are asked to attend service sponsored in dicapped children that are enrolled In
Ington a program song. H.
7:30. Federation and Hellen
by Elizabeth G.Walker a.m: Evening Worship the Choir
this Sunday and meet Rev. W.N. God Tuesday 7:30 Prayer Meeting. the Headstart Program. We are very
Church of In
phone M4-M83 Free Canaan True Clark of Lawtey Is the president.
Zanders who has returned for Unity: Monday 7 Prayer Band. Wednesday 8' p.m. Deacon A.C pleased that the community is con
another conference year. We are Choir rehearses p.m. at 6 Carter was speaker for the evening.
Concerned Citizens of Bradford Tuesday p.m. 1011
for successful conferenceyear.
County Inc.. will hold their monthly working. a Tarrying Service 7::30. Friday Church Thursday 7:30 Story Hour. Friday the 8 CHRIST LUTHERAN

meeting Nov. 24 at 7:30: In the gym at The Bradford County Christian Missionary services 7:30.: Sunday 5ohool10 a.m. p.m. Deacon The JohnChoirtwill sell
school. All Interested 11 a.m. Evening speaker.
RJE citizens Morning Worship
and will
Literary Society dinners beginning at noon. Saturday
and members are Invited to attend. Worship 8 p.m. CHURCH
have Service Wednes-
a Thanksgiving will be sold. all
Church of God: dinners p.m. Sunday
The input of citizens Is needed for suc- The Victory Temple
before Nov.
day Thanksgiving Day Members welcome to School teachers are asked to meet in
cess. 26. at Mt. Calvary Baptist Church. 8pm. cordially you 9'30 Sun- Pastor Glen 473-2419
The Bradford County Branch their Worship Service each Saturdayat the pastor's study. Sunday : Schmlege
You invited. The
are speakerwill
day School. 11 Morning Worship,
NAACP will hold its monthly meeting 12 noon.
be Minister who is
Monday Nov. 17,at Ebezener Baptist Dewey Taylor Our Bible Study Is now being held 12:30 Dinner, 6:00: evening Worship.Next .
a member of the Church of God In Monday at 8 p.m.Deacon A.C. Church Service 10:30: AM
Church at 7:30.: All interested citizens Christ. each Tuesday at 7 p.m. Our subject :
and members are invited to attend. for next week will be "What is Carter and Sister Leola McCutchenwill
Dell Chapter lIB OES will meet SehooI9:3O.Ebeneser Baptist Church: Sunday Death?" You will be astonished at the be in charge of the evening with Keystone Lion's Club
Morning Worship 11am.
Davis .
answerl) Rev. LeRoy guest speaker.The
Thursday Nov. 13, at 7:30: in the
The and will
pastor congregation conduct Choir Federation of Starke and .
Bethlehem Freewill Baptist
Masonic Hall Brownlee Street. All Greater
on services Abellne School Resumed I AM
at Baptist Lawtey donated funds to the Bradford *Sunday School and HIM
8 Sisters
'hurch Monday
Members business of vital Impor- Church in Putnam Hall. Communion i p.m.

tance. Service will be held at 6:30.:

Church of God In Christ! Tuesday.7p.m.
Mr. and Mrs. Thedore Morris an- Bible Band at the church. Friday SAVE SAVE SAVE
nounce the engagement and marriageof regular church services. Sunday

their daughter Mary Alice,to Neal School 0:30. Morning Service 11 a.m.
Marshall son of Neal Marshal],Sr.of YPWW 5:30: with Sister Jimmie
Orlando and Mrs. Ranell English of Thomas the
conducting activity.
Starke. The wedding will be Nov.15 at Philadelphia Baptist Church: Mallards B fi ID'
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Thedore 7:30. Sun
Thursday Prayer Meeting
Morris in Lincoln City. A receptionwill day School 10 a.m. Morning Worship East Call St. .Starke
follow immediately after the
11 a.m. Afternoon services 3 p.m. You
ceremony. The public is invited. are. invited.

Antioch Baptist Church: Thursday
Church Activities: 7 7 QUITTING BUSINESS
night p.m.Prayer Meeting. Friday
Pleasant Grove United Methodist p.m. the Choir will sing in Melrose.
Church:$ The funeral service for 5ohooil0 Worship
Sunday a.m. Morning
Willie Mann will be held Saturday Elder Clarence Williams
11 a.m. ,
Nov. 15, at 2 p.m. with Rev. Willie Jr. will preach. The public is invited. SALE .

Stitt officiating. Haile in charge of ar New Bethel Baptist Church: Prayer

rangements. Meeting is held each Wednesday at 7 Shop Early For Christmas
Sunday School 10 a.m. Lovefeast 3 p.m. Sunday Nov. 16, Usher BoardNo. Bargains

p.m. All members are invited.Mt. 1 will participate In the Ushers
Moriah United Methodist Anniversary In Olustee. All ushersare
Church: Choir No. 2 will rehearse asked to cooperate. Lots of Toys afe. Fabrics .Sewing Notions
Wed. 8 p.m.The anniversary of Choir NOTICE Saturday Nov. 15, Joe
No. I will be held Nov. 14 at 8 p.m. All Johnson will at the
Cephus preach
members are Invited to -
cooperatewith Lawtey Recreation Center at 7:30.:
this activity for success. Proceeds will go toward completionof
The Fellowship of Churches will be the

held at Mt. Moriah at 3 p.m. Nov. 23. First center.Born Church of The Living J6 .01. J6 J6 J6 J6 Jt J6 J"J6 ktl. J" J<. Jl J6 J>1 Jl..."Jt .Pl Jt' Jt J4.' W.>"1....4. J<'b.M. Jt' Jl' .'I .*<. J6" J6 J6.
All members are invited to attend. God Bible Fri-
: Tuesday 7:30 Study.
The youth will present a program. day,Tarrying Service. Sunday School HOLIDAY GIFT CERTIFICATES
Greater Allen Chapel AME Church: 10 a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m.
Sunday will start the new conference Evening Worship 7:30. if if if if if if if if if if if if if if if if if if if" if if' if if if if if' if if" if if if if" if' if if

year.Lovefeast Sunday service School 11 a.m.10 a.m.All Church of God of Prophecy: Sunday a Redeemable in Merchandise at all PANTRY PRIDE STORES.

I Lawtey Newsby a 1
Elizabeth Terry Family and the Williams Familywere e
Phone 782-3300 the singers. .

Mrs. O. J. Phillips returned home ...SO WHY '
Sunday Nov. 2. after spending three
Friends of Mrs. Natalie Wood are weeks with her daughter, Mrs. PAY MORE?

glad to hear that she is doing well Elizabeth Redd, of Macon. Ga. Her' SUPER SUPER
after surgery in St. Vincent's HospitalIn son Danny carried her there and
Jacksonville on Thursday, Nov. 6. brought her home. > BAG'ti'iJ DtscounT

Mrs. Pierce Crews and her sister,
CHURCH ACTIVITY: Mrs. Onie Thornton of Starke, visited
First Baptist Church: Rev. M. A. Mr. G. W. of .
their brother Rivers
Wood of Louisville Ala., will speak at I
Graham on Wednesday.We 6 8
the church on Wednesday Nov.26 at 7 are happy to report that Mr. d FR: i) dusam

p.m. Lonnie Teston came through surgery ," Ir \: MW

satisfactorily.Mrs. '" '
PERSONALS: returned SAVE 21" SAVE 20'
Elsie Blair to SAVE 20'
Mr. and Mrs. Jerri Starling, of Lakeland Thursday after a visit with : LE SUEUR
Starke are the proud parents of a
her nephew and niece Col. and Mrs.
daughter, Amy Lynn born Nov. 4 in Wm. Wilson. : PEAS : a= C8D aDJ
Memorial Jacksonville.
Mrs. R. H. Futch who has spent : AVE a0 SAVE al-
Maternal grandparents are Mrs.Jane : E=l
time in Bradford 17oz CAN .
Deal and the late Henry Deal of some County .._ 2 DDozen *fh seasGAVE! SO'PAR PANTRY.... PRIDIPECAN: 1 J i IM
Hospital plans to return to the homeof fj I ,0A. 41u wcHof' "" j"'*0..1'10.1 FRESH. Twirls I "2/-109'
Perry and paternal grandparents are I (ClrlI'IAJOIOI'I) '
1 1
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Starling, of and her Mrs.son-in-law Obed Pauley and,daughter on Monday.Mr. : 1 m JOB : FLORIDATANGERINES' 9 8 .f BAKING $ |D5o !RAVE aa.aooa GOLDEN TOP DUTCH OR PLAIN
Lawtey. Miss Erin Braswell of Indiatlantic : U rP : POTATOES Apple Pie . 990
Miss Elizabeth Terry was a Friday Beach spent the weekend with Ray IY.17.a RAVE!.'.IEOIMM RED GAVE 1l'.PREBHLV PACKAGED .
SAVE 40-
dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Willie of his Col. WITH THIS COUPON GOOD THUMB .ItOV 13 4ul
Wilson the home Sweet
at parents Potatoes Slaw *
Green and his sister, Mrs. Lavonia and Mrs. William Wilson. ::: WITH. MOV ATOBACCO.T SO 19.OR I98O'MORE LIMIT room I M or Salad mo. 48 Fruit Cake I . 199eJ:8"W
Griffis of Starke. They came for her her : ORDER PRODUCTS EXCLUDED. GAVE s"FRESH GAYS IO* 1 LI TRAY SAVE..... 14o.LOAVEI PANTRY PRIDE

and brought her home. mother Mrs. Larry Mrs. Ola Norman Starling and visited ..s...aleft Besese..MONO: Green Cukes. .8 /98* Fresh Mushrooms. 159 Bread (WILL-A-PARD 2139fIIIIIo.

Jack Darley of Weatherford,Texas Mrs. Jerri Starling and the new babyat
spent a week with his brotherinlawand ....
their home In Starke.
Mr. and Mrs. Buster Ben-
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Clayton and son
nett and and OLYMPIC MEAL
Nancy other relatives.Mr. Tom of Jacksonville visited their APPLE PANTRY
and Mrs. Daniel Wilkison and EHS1 RINSO
mother, Mrs. C. R. Crews on Sunday BREAD
daughter Dana of Jacksonville JUICE
afternoon.Mrs. PRIDE p
spent the weekend of Nov. 1-3 with KLEENEX LAUNDRY 'UTOUOCJ"DTO' .
Wendie Smyth and daughter ',,
their Wilkibon parents Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Elizabeth of Jacksonville spent the .rRCt 19 COFFEE TOWELS DETERGENT : -

weekend with her parents Col. and REG.,DRIP OR BIEC.PERK
Mr. and Mrs. Jenkins and Q
Johnny 10lnlRlCt
89 SO. FT.
Mrs. William Wilson. LB BAG 76o BOX
grandsons Donald and Avery Green 640: 20os
Ed Schwartz and son Jason of
and Kyle Jenkins of Milliard were SAVE ao' am C% ANWA so'Z7
Sarasota were guests of Mr.and Mrs. $
Sunday guests of their mother and
James Waters and other relatives
Mrs. O. J. Anders.

Mrs. Danny Luke and daughterErin Friday. S. Waters through and Wednesday.J. son Jason. of Fit- aALt -. "JS

grandmother of Heilbronn, Mrs.Springs Nellie, visited Wilkinsonand her zgerald, Ga., were guests of his ___ SAVE 30. SAVE 10. SAVE 80. GJD3: ,
parents Mr. and Mrs. James Waters
aunt Mrs. Daisy Boch. and other relatives Monday night un- COMPARE as:: "ET ........ '-
Mr. and _
Mrs. H. D. Sheldon of til Wednesday morning.Mr. .. e'L__

Naples, spent the weekend with their and Mrs. Ralph Darley Mrs. SAVE 31' 4?
friends Mrs. Mr.D and R. Brown Mrs. Oscar visited Carter.her Sandra grandchildren Cauley Angie Marla and Darley Justin and Red-two 119 "i- Hormel Chill. 690* Coca Cola JTS, -. :109 Buy 1 Get, .1 'I

mother Mrs. Lucille T. Mon- AVICI BO n.4 PACK.RM.am at
Ivey on of Mr. and Mrs. GAv a' 27 60. Pr. GAVE so'-/Ms BOX AV
ding Starke Vaughn
day at the home of her sister Mrs. Prescott and son Mike, and daughter Aluminum Foll45 so Sunshine Saltines69 Dr. Pepper ..: =.6/-119 ",1IJt!
Wyolene and of
Jacksonville.Mr Day. son Keith Donna of Kingsley Lake Mr. and 'AVBIO190 COUNTSandwich !GAvE 29*.ISM DAIIK OB LIGHT JOAN OP ARC GAVE IT.14o OSAOI BLACXCYE O* FREE"WISE ,." K 1Ir A
Mrs. Frederick Prescott Mr. Russell .31*1 Peas3/l
and Mrs. Hermie Kelly visited Bags590 69 Kidney Beans. Osage Field .
Prescott.. Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson and
their cousin, Mrs. Loca Whitten of GAVE I>"...... !AVI 4**.ISM HOmApple GAVE I.'.n.Horri ,'\ 1.

Lake Butler on Saturday Nov. 1. Joey daughter Bennett Mrs.of Daisy Lawtey Boch,and Mr.Jack and Fruit Punch. .97 '!" Sauce 3lAVI Prune Juice. .,.79AVI (;

Miss Wendy McRae and Jeff Chapman Darley of Weatherford Texas, save"t.00." nOI FAMILY OR 9*.is M WHOLE IBRNILOR CREAM STYLE I..u.PRO PREMIUM

mother.of Miss Jacksonville Vivian Crawford visited at her the gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Baby Shampoo990 "iJ3 Del Monte Corn2/79 Nabisco Saltines. 79
Buster Bennett and Nancy for a fami-
home of Henry Hodges on Sunday RIDGIES
ly re-union on Saturday night.
Henry Hodges and Miss Vivian .".
Mrs. Fred Moore
was a Thursday Crawford visited Mr. and Mrs.
dinner guest of her sister-in-law Mrs.C POTATO
Glance of Palatka
on Saturday night.
Y Mayo of Tampa who is visiting
her sister, Mrs. Mamie Lou Edwards
of Starke. 'L 18-9 CHIPS

Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly visited
Card of Thanks
their sister Mrs. G/ 69
A. P. Hallman of 8oz TWIN PAK

Keystone Heights, on Saturday after- LIMIT-1 PURCHAM Pan PAMILT, .
noon. There is no way really to expressour .
Mrs. Florence Vadenais of Rhode thanks to those who purchased SAVE

Island, is spending a month with her tickets for the Eldon On -
brother-in-law behalf of our family please au. !GAVE:Boa*_PArrrnv" PRIDE SAVE 11: 22oz BTL. SAVE SO 42oi :
and sister, Mr. and accept COMPARE ... "SESAVI 149 PALMOLIVE
1 :
Mix. FRESH '
Mrs. Ben McCulley. 'our gratitude for your participation.The Hot Cocoa START

Mrs. Sally Norman of Yankee Town I" .lift SALAD GAVE 11*.Goes HALVE OR IHJCU: DE"'IR gJ'lT $11.6 COCEftTRATIDDressing. $305

was a Sunday dinner guest of Mr. and Eldon Sapp Family . 86 97 Peaches (DEL MOMTE) 78 DETERGENT .

Mrs. Truman Norman.Mr. !SAVE ID.>!.. AVI.'.Ita CAN HALVE LIT GAVE 20* ,
and Mrs. William Crouse of .Mustard..49059' Pears.69* AJAX 4901 BOX PALMOLIVE Soi '
Cridersville Ohio, are spending some Del Monte ,
time with their son and daughterinlaw GAVE 14*.14M DINT,MOORE LAUNDRY $179 9 *

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Crouse and Edison' Market TOTAL . 762 -9"SAVE28 Beef Stew . .19 DETERGENT SOAP.
family. Other guests were the 4

Mr.Crouses and Mrs.brother-in-law Gene Dubois and also sister of PortionPakMats 301 South CASri 911MU : '; F., .mg. :i5, :OPP .

Cridersville, Ohio. .
Mr. and. Mrs. Ralph Wise and M4-M24 = = you pay BOLD !JobnaOn&John.onl I PAMPERS I
grandsons Kevin and
Craig Chris.
$3.7 I
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Norman and sons Mushroom Stood Onion Sl.ok Flour I ]boa INSTANT I I LAUNDRY U DIAPERS I DIAPERS
Kenny and Davy Mr.and Mrs. Larry Steak, and Popper Sink 24 In MASHED POTATOES S DETERGENT
Brown and daughters. Mr. and Mrs. Pkg ((4 os.siz.) ).. ... 7.99l'kg. WITH THIS COUPON 0000 i I 14 CT.UTIIA A.........,. I
Mitchell Brown and son Johnny Mr. THRU ..D.. NOV. If. 1950. 1--.1: : ""n: t.- ......NOV. l.. ISW I WITH THIS' .COUPON OOOO
All Beef Patties' and Breaded V.al -_ THOU WB0. AOV.so.IMO.
and Mrs. Johnny Griffis and children Ire..as"srrr.... .. _..... 1a.-. .
Paula and Jimmy Griffis and Mrs. ;14 In Pkg.(4( 01..size.,...).. 7.99l'kg. .... ...__. ... .

Purvis Brown gathered at the home of
Mrs. Brown and enjoyed a get- Neck BonM, Pig FM. Pig Tails, Pig
together meal on Sunday.Nov. 9. The tan,and Hog Maw_J lb. Pkg.2.99

occasion was to celebrate Johnny Pkg. .......
Griffis' birthday.Mr. .
and Mrs.Buford Higginbothamand Chicken.Mixed Part 5 lot. 3.99

their daughter Mrs. James
Waters attended homecoming at 1-We__"_'

Beulah Church on Sunday.The Weeks

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School Lunch Menus
Items Requested lloliJayBazoartoAidNeedvouth6

Southside. Starke Lawtey. apricots, cheese rolls, and milk. Thanksgiving) Plymouth turkey tomato gravy, corn on the cob, I l
Hampton. Brooker Elementary Wednesday. Nov.. itt Barbecue on with gravy, Pilgrim cranberry mired fruit, cornbread, and milk.
and Bradford Middle bun French fries, buttered corn, sauce, squaw bread (hot rolls), Wednesday, Nov. 19 Meat loaf, Any type of saleable Items are The group alms to help supply needsof
pineapple tidbits, and milk. macaroni & children in Brad-
Plymouth potatoes or Indian head- cheese green beans, needed for underprivileged
a Holiday Bazaar to be
Schools: Thunday Nov. 20: Macaroni It dressing, Mayflower green peasor hot biscuits, apple pie, and, milk. ford and Union Counties.
sponsored the
Monday. Nov. 17 Sausage, rice &. cheese, bologna cup, turnip broccoli), Pow wow pie (sweet. Thursday, Nov. 20: Vegetable soup, season by the during Buddy Fund Christmas, Inc. The Bazaar will be held Nov. 29 and
tomato gravy, field peas, cheese greens, peaches, cornbread, and potato pie), and papoose! juice pimento cheese sandwich, ap- local non-profit with attorney December 6,13 and 20 at the Bradford
biscuits, fruit cup, and mi k. milk. (milk). plesauce, butterscotch squares,, Jesse Wolbert corporation Square Shopping Center from 9 a.m.
Tuesday. Nov. 18! Chicken & rice, Friday, Nov. 211 (TM menu written and milk. as president. to S p.m.
mixed vegetables, cabbage slaw by Mrs.Cook's Kindergarten class Bradford High School menu Friday. Nov. 211 Chicken w/rlce, 'The public Is asked to help make
at Brooker Elem. School: forLongchamp '"0-' English hot biscuits, peach hamburgers, French fries these sales a success by donating any
REGULARMonday half, and milk.ALACARTE. milkshakes. saleable Items,which may be broughtto
:" :,. :, :,,:.' ':' ::"i ::\.'\ :,:.::" ., :: : :, : ''':::. :'' Nov. 17) Hamburger gravy Wednesday Nov. 11: Pizza, Hamburgers the HRS Youth Services Office 727 I
ir mashed potatoes, mixed French fries, fried. 3. Walnut St., Suite A (next to Bradford -
vegetables hot rolls, pear half, Monday, Nov.17: Hamburgers,pizza, mushrooms, and milkshakes. Square Shopping Center). Persons -
I : (to"lfAtlijlfi 1 ftfM cookie, and milk. French fries, milkshakes. Thursday, Nov.20: Hamburgers,pizza needing pick-up service for their 1
/) 1 "lYf.. .. 1 <'. Tuesday Nov. Mi Sausage rice' & Tuesday, Nov. 18: Cheeseburgers, French fries,fried mushrooms, donations may call 964-8879. l

1"-7-: : : ?: :::; ,/;;,:: :' ',;'::;\ ,:,'.' \' !; ') --- Brooker Newsstudents Friday.and milkshakes.Nov. zl i Corndogs, pizza, used All profits to purchase from the Items bazaars of will food be

ORSAw hamburgers, French fries, clothing, and other necessities for
: ( ',, ,,'," ,, milkshakes. I.
';')' ,.''," ,."'" ',," "; ,' : had a underprivileged children,.:. according
''''' ;'!:::''"' Dates to Remember! of really good time. A few to the sponsors. -
:jraJ t" nJ' ;: '; :,j V \ : Thursday, Nov. 13: Social Studies our lovelies were shown In the -- -
; Telegraph
3r, ii r7 last week. Starke Elementarv School l
.. .. .,< '1It and Science six weeks test. .
: ; 40ur
; featured ,
: i '. ::. and art work,for the .
', : "','I'I'\ : Friday,Nov.J4: Language arts week ---
\ J\, '!; P.E. six weeks test. of Oct. 27.was a drawing with a halloween Mrs. Testone/Mr. Austin, Kitties, Patricia Parado, Audra
; '
2 ,
'AlSor". .. ..., ,,:.. .,..townh! ',, ,,,,'..., ,liSe'l" .. !,.,',., Batfj'aH. ,. ,., l.'2 f' 'i..,' !! Friday, Nov. 14: PTO Middle Melissa theme done in crayon by Miss KindergartenMrs.. Brantley, Harold Chandler, Kim
I> < *,.' May. Our Tetatone and Mr. Austin's Dukes
;, ; ', ',',, '," "J"I" ,;. l l-i; : ';' "': I School Fall Dance, 7-10 middle art work this week, Mitch Gray, FeJecia Hanker-
; :; ; 1,: Admission by Donnie Scroggs, Kindergarten class had candled son, Marvin
was Lane
school and : ap-
"Ja.k age younger outstanding McKelvy.
.'I lt mtVW, ,,, i 4:""fl. 'v i b 'it. i (.il { ,,<.:, paper tn che mask. The proJect ples as a treat on Thursday Oct. 30. Darold McRae Anita.. Moss, Allen
," '' ,",,, ..,..- .,.,.,.." ,;'t "'\li .',', .'fJJ $1.Monday, Nov. 17: Related arts and took two to complete. Congratulations On Friday, Oct. 31, the class had a ;porter, Pam Thornton: Lisa Adkins,
:: 'hI : I. '
/' "i'' math six weeks test. Melissa and onnle! Halloween party. Thanks go to Mrs. ihawna Blom Kevin Crawford
,! Tuesday, Nov. 18: Second six weeks Maria Walker for baking cupcakes. tngela Davis, Richard LeNeave, Cin-
!' : :Homes( \ ends. Our Volunteer Program continues She Is the mother of Johnny Walker. dy Samons, Steven Sweat Jeffery

; i' I Friday, Nov. 21: BHS Homecoming to grow here at BMS. We are very Johnny's grandmother, Mrs. Esther Tyson, Juli Jackson.
', Sanders, also helped. Wesley Norman's Language Leaders
\\1 ''<' I I1 Parade. pleased to welcome Mrs. Harriet Fu- are students
":. ::7(1\: !" '[;',, 1 Tuesday, Nov. 23: Report cards go quay and Mrs. Beverly Williams to mother, Mrs.Annette Norman, who do outstanding work In language.
:964-6853 1 :" home. our volunteer group. The State brought punch and candy for all the This week's leaders .are Benjamin
Starfe:. ., )I Wednesday, Nov. 26-30: Thanksgiving Department of Education held a students. The children sang songs and Hankerson, Laurie Mobley, Selena
Holiday. workshop at Western Steer Nov. 3 for had free time after they enjoyed the Norman, Dana Bowen, Ricky
L the Volunteer Program In Bradford treats. Whitaker, Billy Whitney, Alisa
iS ltJ! The BMS students,faculty and staff County. One of our volunteers, Mrs. Chad Tyler celebrated his fifth bir- Young Marcia Brown, Brian
had a SUPER time Halloween day. It Doris Sandberg, will now be working thday on Nov. 3. Clemons, Kern Fillyaw, Patricia
:",, was costume dress up day and 90 pet. with our recruiting volunteers here at Parado, Audra Brantley, Felecla
of our faculty and staff and many BMS. Lynn Moxley 3rd Grade Hankerson, Katrina McSpadden.
Super! Star Spellers for this week in
spelling classes are: Karen Hodges,Juli Jackson. and Billy

Chris Dinkins, Shane Greene, Starling.
Robert Hankerson, Travis Long,
Shaun Nichols, Sam Norris, Ron Mrs.Strong grad' *S '
Wishart John Loper, James Smith, After polling the 5th graders as a
", For Friends Relatives Employees, Debra Browning. Michelle Connor, whole, it has been discovered that If
these students have it their Jim.
J"f" ll Nr Patricia Rosier, Jamie Bowen, Truln way

Holiday Birthdays & Special Events Chrystal Blye, Sean Allen Powell, Christy, Felecla Barton Aaron, Carla, my the Carter United will States.again be. the presidentof

Ford We would like to welcome Michelle'Kersey '
.\\ ,e 4 FOOD CERTIFICATES AVAILABLE IN DENOMINATIONS OF 95.OO & $10.00 A ISO, Mellclo,Gayle Noy Srlvlbul Douglas, Donna, Kunltha Wtlber- and Trlcla Jones to 5th gradeat
h SPECIAL ORDERS (other than above) CALL 9047831011. EXT. 266. ly, Demetrius Bolton Donnie Francis Starke Elementary.These studentsare
Adrian Mosley. Wade Campbell, in Mrs. Strong's homeroom.Mrs. .
Tara Desue, Angela Parrish, Lesley
LYKES Padgett. Regina Snell Chanda McClelland grade!
EVERYTHING' SELL HAS AMONEY Woods, Mignon Carroll, Evette Cov- The Social Studies classes are stu-
SMOKEDPICNICS ington. dying the growth of our nation In the
0 years following the Civil War. We are
BACK Mrs. White grade 3 learning about such things as Bonanza -
We are presently studying about the farming, cattle ranching, the
GUARANTEE! earth and other planets. The pupils growth of such Industries as mining,
drew pictures showing how the earth timber, steel, meat packing, oil and
SUPER WHOLE SUPFR traps heat, of the nine planets' orbits electrlcty.
6 TO 8 LBSAVERAGE These students
and their were completely up-
PLEASE CTN. NOV lWI'i., : :: .MOV.Is !rsto.. and terested night.in observing Pupils have the effects been In-of assignments with: Hal Social Davis Studies, Rick

Kimutls Penny Hsieh, Lisa Mosley,
sunlight on plants grown In the room -
and the plant set aside without Mary Alice Howel.]
78 The newspaper article and the TV In a"Speak Out America" idea,one
have been timely in of the social studies classes was asked
helping us study '
'LB LB the planet saturn by presenting the U you had one chance to speak up
SAVE 20 A LB new information the satellite has and tell the world what you thought,
20. A LB what would The
SAVE 30' S photographed and sent back to earth. you say? answers
ON ANYCOUNTY : Outstanding students Jason were varied and interesting and can
FRESH FSM1B1 W r MARKET = LINE : Crawford, Donald Francis are, Joseph be found in a special booklet in our
: Wade school. library.
O R Campbell, Kimberly
: Kelly,

RIBLETtlur, 7a't..HOUlTOIeo.MEF. "AS'SJftS. BACON" SLICED. m'tov g.' 8 .Mav_ 5, CHEDDAR:: -Srivibul Norma ,Gayle James Douglas Smith,"Jaruwan Teresa Mrs. B.ReddUh. grade.t,. 'ni( ,.. "., .,...... ;'
: : Bassett,' Alyssa Wessells Freddie The following students were awarded
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Padgett Misses Just 1

Kay Padgett of Lawtey was the only Buchholz-.all games that gave other
contestant to miss on just one of the 12 pickers trouble.
games In the Telegraph Football Con- It was just Mrs. Padgett's! second
test last week, so she's the winner of try at the contest.She said she missed
o the $25 first place check. "two or three" her last times.
Kay's only miss was the Auburn Eight
prognosticators Barbara
win over Southern Mississippi but she Hollingsworth, Brenda Halle, Frank .' ,. .
correctly tabbed the Georigia win Jackson III, Willie Strickland, Keith
over the Gators the BHS loss to Live Tetstone, S.E. Bassett, Adona
Oak, Gainesville High's win over Schaefer, and Bernice Epps missed
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'Dogs Bite Tornadoes; Its

Both teams moved the ball in last goal down there but I felt like we
week's Bradford Tornado Suwannee ar.a a e 0 0. 0 could take it in," Hurse said, adding
Bulldog tangle In Live Oak. U..Oolo e > a 4 It that he would have thrown third
10. Curl M ,i.lltH. ..l on ,
The Tornadoes managed 232 yardsin 10. .....H..&p..f.....OH..,(kick, ......) down to stop the clock if he was after 3 .
total offense, not far off the 10. W......,..*,.. nw(kick, "'0.4') points. Instead he went for 7. "1 felt
Bulldog's 271 total, and when you er.N.rd like the first time down there.we need-
throw in kick return yardage it was o #I.*_. 11..0010" ed more than 3 points." ,
BHS 273 Live Oak 271. 26.100 -r4to. 0a2s Jonathon Johnson took the ensuing
The difference, and the reason the 111 a.aa r4to. II kickoff back 25 yards and Bradfordwas .
youthful Live Oak team came out on 10'10'! cmpl-Mf-Tnt" M-a off on another drive this one '" J" .
41 .
the top side of a 15-0 score in the battleof I." 'a.'we1.10 iwvmr* e covering 49 yards. McBride found a ".,. .. .
2-6 teams, was that the Bulldogs .M.. 1-ma"! crack where there was no hole to go 11 'fi-?** *il-", \l. "" .-
scored on the three occasions they .1 0u./-M S.a yards on a sprint draw and Teston y. irfViiiv '
moved the ball while the Tornadoes came up with a clutch catch on third-

came up empty-handed four times and-six,stretching out while falling to- ,\. r;;
after piercing to within view of the for their third win In four games after grab a 13-yarder to the 13. Again the' : v
goal line. a 18 game dry speIl still had a much going got suddenly tougher for BHS : 11 !t..oA-;
The shutout marked the third more comfortable !HI advantage. as McBride was held to two yards, a del
scoreless effort In four games for BHS Using the straight veer BHS went pass to Johnson was broken up, and a
and meant the Tornadoes have total- nowhere on Its first two possessions.But Goodge-to-Teston toss was In*
ed just six points in that dry spell. after Live Oak took its 3-0 advan- complete. Clark came on again and '}
"We haven't been producing offen- tage the Tornadoes surged back by once more the usually dependablesenior : : .r

sively," shrugged Tornado Coach going to the air and the I. On the se- placekicker misfired, with his Grab that Football!
David Hurse Tuesday. "Anytime you cond play from the new formation 27 yard try shaving just outside the
run up 236 yards you should score Goodge and Teston compiled a 10 right crossbar with 8:06 remaining on This onsldes kick attempt by Macclenny In a ninth grade Also pictured Is Don Green, number 52, Robert' Carver
some points.) yard pass gain, the first BHS completion the clock. game of two weeks ago bounced around a bit before Kevin number t, and Tommy Johnson, number 42, .
Only three times all night did the of the night. On the next play Em- Like clockwork Live Oak reacted to. Johns, number 69, finally grabbed the loose ball for BradTuesday night the young Tornadoes wrapped up their
Bulldogs move the ball fumbling mett Watkins parlayed the sprint the BHS misfortune just at It had done ford. 1980-81 season.
away one series and punting after draw a play borrowed from the after the fumble earlier, driving 80
three plays on their other three playbook of the Marvin Tyson- yards for the clincher. Oliver kept
possessions but when they did go Andrew Carter-Malachi Henry- three times for 32 yards, Allen 9th-Graders dose With WIld .32-26 WinBradford
somewhere with their power-I offense Beaver DeSue I-formation teams of stomped over tacklers for nine on a
they made the full trip. A 77 yard years past, into 8 yards. Goodge went third-and-seven from the BHS 22, and J
first-period drive was capped by an for 8 to midfield on the next play and the ever-present Washington ran High's freshman football team had lost its first Coach Rick Stephens said of the pattern. "Richie threw it
Eddie Curl field goal of 29 yards for a on 2nd-and-10 from the 50 rifled a 46 three times for 22 yards Including the 4 games of 1980 but the young squad made up for all that and it was right there. It was the kind you dream about."
3-0 lead. The Bulldogs made it 9-ztp yard shot to Teston at the four as the seven yard TD jaunt that hung BHS Tuesday night with a season-ending, celebration-starting Lane had already scored on runs of 40 and 20 yards and
with a 64 yard TD trip just before clock wound into the last minute. out to dry with 1:12: left. 32-26 win at Baldwin.A Fender showed some speed on TD keepers of 63 and IS
halftime. It was third and five from This time it was the clock, the The Tornadoes did get close one 73 yard Richie Fender to Eric Lane touchdown bomb stripes. Tom Johnson hauled In a 2-point conversion pass
the BHS 35 when sophomore quarter- busted play Hurse referred to, and a more time as Jordan ran 17 yards with 21 seconds left on the clock gave the BUS team the win from Fender for the other BHS points."I .
back Anthony Oliver dropped a long previous BHS sideline mistake, that with a screen pass to convert a third- in the frantic back-and-forth contest. The youngest Tor- told them all it wasn't just Richie and Eric, It was
bomb to junior Reggie Ford over the helped the 'Dogs keep the Tornadoesoff and-ten and Goodge lofted a 42 yard nadoes had come from down 14-0 to tie the game and the everybody,"a delighted Stephens said from the joyous Tornado
Bradford defenses for a 9-0 advan- the board.. The Tornadoes had pass to Teston. An uneccesary teams traded touchdowns to a 26-26 deadlock. Fieldhouse. Oilier Mh-grade players are: Wayne
tage. earlier used their last timeout of the roughness penalty was tacked on to BHS lost a 26-20 lead In the game's last minute when Cribbs Doug and Don Green, Kevin Johns, Robert Carver,
The clinching score ended the half when defensive captain Kevin slide the scrimmage line up to the 12 Baldwin scored on a long run but the visiting Tornadoes Anthony Luke, Brad Brown, Gerald Pettaway, Brad
longest drive of the night-an 80 yard Reddish saw only 10 men were on the with two seconds left but a GoodgetoJohnson stopped the hosts two point try to stay even at 26. Lane then Russell Randy Davis, Randy Alvarez, RicK: Welch, Billy
offensive that junior Phil Washington field for a punt return. So after try fell incomplete as the returned the kickoff back to the Bradford 25. On first down Rehberg, Randy Balkcom, Jeff Clemons, Rick Wells Andrew
capped with a 7 yard scamper with Goodge was sacked for a four yard Bulldogs poured onto the field to Fender and Lane hooked up for the gamewinner."It Patterson Mike Clark, Tony Hill, Rick Braswell,
1:12Iert. loss BHS had only enough time to rush celebrate. was just down, out, and up Eric just beat 'em." JV Shannon King, and Shawn Struthers.
Live Oak was, just as expected, a off three plays. Dwayne McBride got
football team tailback back to the four but Goodge was tackled -
power running
Joe Washington 28 times for 135 yards for a yard loss on the next play and Parado led; the,unspectacular;;;; ; ; BHS
behind the massive wll of tackle after hurrying his linemen into posi- ground game with a spectacular) Tornadoes i
Brent Hall ((6-2, 240) anu power-back tion to beat the clock was burled at average 8.2 yards a pop on 4 carriers Were "Frustrated Hume Says
Donnie Allen ((5-11, 215)). Throw In a the six by Live Oak's Allen when the for 33 stripes. ....
cutback trap play with Allen thundering pitch man ran the wrong; way. Reddish again led BHS ladders
away from the power side to keep The lack of a timeout Kept the Tor- with 10 primary stops and 2 assists The 15-0 defeat inflicted by' Live times and getting blown out at us our problems were mental. '
the defense from leaning too far nadoes from being able to bring the while Charley Brown totaled 9 tackles Oak last week was another source of Buchholz. It was more out of frustra- "The first play of the game our kick I
frustration for the downtrodden Tornadoes tion than anything else that we playedso returners let the ball between .
towards "Washington's1'destlnatlon"jn.LYOII 'field foal unit on to attempt a being 'and Mark Crews and Emmett drop
: have Live Oak's ....kick-.:we.oould have kicked the field Watkins were_both In en 7 tackles. and BHS football fans. But bad. them. Anytime you see that you know
Bradford on the other hand unleash! Tornado Coach David Hurse said the Hurse' further labeled the game they're not ready to play. Then we .
,' loss was not just the cause of but also "the effort we've had all halfback
ed two new wrinkles in its bid to!snap worst year. had our run the wrong wayon
a three-game losing streak. A 15 .the result of frustration. "Live Oak has improved but not fourth-and-two the first time we
throw passing attack featuring newly- ."I told the yesterday(Monday) thatI that much that we couldn't block 'em. got the ball down there. He was supposed -
discovered receiver Mike Teston and ,Y saw our poor performance at Live I don't want to take anything away to be the ballcarrier! We did
the periodic return to the Iformationfor ,fM1ay Oak as being a result of frustration," from Live Oak, they've come a long the same thing later on In the game.
( the first time this year) helped Hurse said Tuesday. "We had lost so way but we felt like our problemswere "We got about the type of perfor-
the Tornadoes move the ball many close games ((5 by a touchdownor more mental than physical. mance I expected, I knew they were
everywhere but into the endzone.In less)... and then fumbled so many Even though they physically handled down."

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the Reddish-led Tornado defense. But good hits. "
his team-leading total for the year"He's ;
the Tornadoes fumbled after accep-, been our most consistent foot} Reddish was tabbed as Defensive '. ,'"' .
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41, and the Suwannee team pushed 64 Watkins was named best Defensive
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t BBS Girls dose Out ,

. 11-7 Season Yrla : Girls 1-l J .
'j Volleyball tl'w BHS f TourneyThe

n Lady Tornadoes won one
: ,
Santa Fe's high-leaping Lady her shot ricocheted well off the court. ++ and lost one In last week's District
Raiders fed DES a steady of diet of Teamate Terri Thomas didn't give up + 5 Tournament in Gainesville. ;'
spikes and wore down the Lady Tor- on the ball, chasing it Into the stands Here Lorraine Bans sets a hot
nadoes 19-13 15-8 In the District and sending it back Into play with with Terri Thomas left and Vaun
S-AAA, volleyball semifinals at Lisa Alvarez dumping the ball{ back da Brown.right,, watching.
I' Gainesville Buchholz last Thursday.. over. Even that story didn't have a I
y The Lady Raiders, who when In top good ending for BHS for Santa Fe / 11r1.Zialrw
form barrage the opponent with a won the point.In .
spike on nearly all third hits went on Wednesday' first round win
to win the District title the next night BUS was never threatened as Hope
with a bard-fought IH,7.15.1IH4 vic- Jackson served H straight points to l
tory over Buchholz and then won the lead the win. Brown and Thomas both
Region title IW 15-t over Ocala. served four points and Alvarez 3
against the Lady Bulldogs. -' .
Vanguard. Tuesday night, moving \:
their overall record to 252. .f

The BHS girls,who had steamrolled
I v* Oak 15-3 15-3 in Wednesday'sc

117.enlng round, ended their campaign We fill Medicaid prescriptions.We .

"I tell you.what, they're not hurting
for spikes; Bradford senior Terri
Thomas sighed after the Santa Fe EC ic s also honor most Insurance
match.She Vaunda Brown and Hope
Jackson had handed back a bushel of prescription drug
blocks before finally wearing down @ programs.

first after game.an emotion-crushing In the Ask your Eckerd Pharmacist.REGULAR .

BHS foil behind 6-2 In the opener as
Dena Cherry and Felicia Black ham
mered down spikes for Santa Fe but
Thomas shot back a deep spike and
Lorraine Bass served three winnersas

lead deadlock the at Bradford 9-8.and then girls grabbed pulled into their an first 8-8 I I I II I I I l 1

11-10 A Tracy but the Hankerson favored serve Lady.Raiders made it .. ,

pulled back ahead at 1311. Vaunda
Brown stopped that surge blocking a
spike by Black to give the serve backto
BUS and two Hope Jackson ji I I IjIi I
deliveries knotted the score at 13.-13.
But, Santa Fe's Cherry spiked for
sideout and Black sizzled two low
serves that dove between BHS.
defenders to win the game 15-13.
The momentum swung sharply _
away from the BUS girls after the '
near-miss game one. Santa Fe built or _
up leads of 9-1 and 11-4 in the second PEPSI _
game and won 15-6 despite a couple of
I good plays at the net by Brown and a TYLENOL PERT PANTYHOSE VANISH I
one fabulous recovery by Bradford. COLA Light comfortable control Choice
I I The play to remember came when TABLETS SHAMPOO 12-oz..pop-topcans LIMIT of sizes' A colors. BOWL CLEANER.
Black bombed a spike down for what Non-asplnn pain,
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BHS Girls .. . .
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Lady Tornadoes finished Box of 20 LIMIT 1 /! 27'. x 11'. x 29'.. PAPER
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sixteenth in the 19-school District
i 2-AAA cross country run held at St. 14 t1( tllfal i LIMIT 2 2288 ......;";....
Johns River Community College in <"OM C' 9ge P'n '
Palatka last week. COlOSMEOICINITUMS MUl.TIJV -11 a = : ::09.
I >The race marked season's end fort .. ., ..I ""'M'; ." .
both squads as only the top SIX fifties .
\\I and top five individuals qualified for ZIP N FIT DUO TANG
the Region I meet to be held Saturday ANTACID f
in Tallahassee. Pack ol three 12 tabletrolls PORTFOLIOSWITHPOCKETS .
Junior Tiffany Griffis was the top LIMIT 1 PACK PINEAPPLE J tie e lltl: \ .

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C In the 2-mile girls portion with a 13:08: 59'.j : LIMIT .. =.f reportsASaortedcolorsJ .
clocking two minutes behind winner : ;; REQ 39' EACH
Laura Davis of Bishop Kenny, who / 00 1291' j. oot "::.
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11:08 to 11:09 with her stretch drive. I R., LAltGI ItOLL I
r Jennifer Nix was.32nd for BUS with a SUAVE REG 5289 1" .
13:32 time.
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On the side Gerald Gullion BALSAM&PROTEIN.. +!
f 91st In 19:17: to pace Bradford run CONDITIONER GRANADA :..
t ners. Kevin Campbell of Bishop Ken- 16.Ol.bollle Suave PITTED DATES SOLID COLOR LIGHT
t ny ran 14:59: to win the 3-mile race. 2 types LIMIT 1 ,M rNnl 1Y .1... :.Pefectlorsnacksor; sunclMlT.: : I BULBS '
Bishop Kenny won both team titles. 89 j ...r .' ,holiday' baking needs. )rrrmoA'l' Choose; 75 ortOO -
I "I'm real proud of them" Coach '-I ) ..01 I box. REG. 83 ...11: 72'x90 Assorted f I watt LIMIT 1 PACK
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C George Loper said after the last run LIMIT 1 Pr'S '''
I of the high school season for his 0 r 99
j teams. "They ran the best they 499 1
possibly could that day and that's all I PERSONALTOUCH .. .69 :1-, .. 0 + sJ
I could ask of them to do. REFILLS I' ry'
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have before because of the number of i .;_:' 7-OUNCE '
P meets we ran. They made good progress : If WHEAT NUTS y_ r t TREATMENT
f and it certainly looks promising 9Se The knife wild its own Qasaddilivato, help keep
Great for
sntcks self clean 8-oz.
sharpening case carburetor
for next year. I think the program has iii $1.59 *
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c The BHS teams Included no seniors I.. ..... .....
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: JV's Play Well .

II t But Fall 14-0 :_L._ MOLDED 50-QUART -- FISHING DAIWA1600C REEL'b

\\I BUS JV Coach Rick Stephens saw METAMUCIL ICE CHEST Skirted spool with rtiq
his junior varsity team end its 1980 LAXATIVE POWDER 2relreeleablebollles. aluminum body
v season with a loss the Baby Tornadoes 14-oz size, regular or Food tray REO S36 9S. PEG, $2699
\\I seventh in eight games but orange flavor LIMIT 1 gi1
praised the shorthanded squad for (. j

c: 'Thursda an outstanding game in last 5 9 !; ,..._-.'.,,"\ 2988, /

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( beat 14-0,"Stephens said of the game. -
\\I "Two long passes got behind us and .
c; that's what beat us. It was CHI for GRECIAN h"X 80-FOOT e ,
three periods. 'FORMULA GARDEN ,
"We had a total of 14 kids" the 2-oz BRADLEY
cream or 4-oz liquid
Head JV Coach continued. "They had LIMIT 1 formula HOSE GAS GRILL PLANO 5830
30. And the kids were bigger than us Durable,Urecord-belted Automatic &
.as usual but our radial' hose REO $1599 lighter lank..TACKLE BOX
guys played a good 7 stainless steel burners A
game." 24 $16995 Plastic' Construction.

:: noseguard He rated the Vince play Culverson\of quarterback-better ..y., 1288' 13'g9gREG 6AA 3 PEG tray$1199 rust resutanl'

thall.ood"' saying Culveraon
"played the best ballgame around."
.! Others who Played well Included JOHNSON JOHNSON
Melvin Bandies who picked off two DENTAL FLOSS -
Bulldog passes. Larry Long who '50-yds .4 types Have your eyes examined regularly ten
caught three Tornado passes for close LIMIT 1 (iiiII.III! ,
I 'to 40 yards and Bruce Simmons and VISA bn ng your prescnp to69e

well John according Bennett who to Stevens.both ran the ban :: L... :J I aTtCKerd Optical Center .

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Connors our new placektcker Mark /.pIlold 0, pai..d ....pM.11r/111..4'S
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1 I1Jf'it:? (iJrnV(3(7'( ( '? e Youth Flag! .

age divisions In the race which had a coming: borne In
__ male and female running 5,000 meters 26:18 and 2C:20 plus a few local pickups from Starke Football r
Youth and will be each to make i respectively. against a similar crew from Macclen
Basketball playecf 3:15: and 4 p.m. up the teams.
Sign-Ups at the Old Armory. 13-year-old Carle Coburn 'and 10-14 Year Olds|
Underway Practice for 11-13 year olds will be 14-year-old Paul McKinney combined It's Starke Rec. Vs. ny.Men's
The Slarke Recreation Department held on Tuesday Dec. 2 and Thurs for a 43:38 time and first place In the Basketball The Oilers and Dolphins wA winners
Is Just about ready to start its 1980-81 day.Dec.4.Games will begin on Dec. 20-29 age group(combined age)while Macclenny Next WeekA in flag football last Thurfay,
Nov. 24
youth basketball season with 9 starting at 3:15 p.m. Jill Williams 7. and John Crews. 10 week full of competition between Meeting r
registration lasting through All games will held In the Old Armory relayed to first place in the 0-19 age the Starke Rec. Department and its The Starke Recreation DepartmentIn Nov. s- J
DeCember 2. {across from Bradford High. division with a 50:46: total time. counterpart In starts Monday conjunction with Community Oilers 18.Bteekrt*
The program will be for boys and Other Roadrunner tandems were: when two teams of 7-9 old Education plans to have a men's Dan Duffy and Andy Nguy connected -
girls! with age groups being 7-10 and Roadrunners Go Linda DeWitt 13 and George Bowen flag football players from year Starke basketball league this winter. on two TD's and Ngufi hit
11-13. Age determining date is As CouplesIn 26. second In fife 30-39( group and travel to Macclenny to take on Baker An organizational meeting will be Timmy Nugent with another the
November 15, 1980. eighth overall with a 39:02 combination : County teams.The games which will held Monday night Nov.24, at 7 p.m. Oilers broke up a < flrst-ha tan-
hene!Is no charge for the program Gainesville ; Polly Griffis, a, and George include the Colts and Cowboys from at the Old Armory and It is Important doff to win last Thursday. I
but children must wear tennis or 12 members of the Bradford Crews, second In the 20-29's with a Starke plus all stars from the other that anyone interested in fielding a Alvin James ran 30 yards let up
basketball shoes. Roadrunner Club 45:11 effort; and Lynn Loper 16,and local teams, start at 4. team be at the meeting. the Steeler score a 5 yard run Rob I
competed in the
Practice for 7-10 year olds will be Florida Track Club Couples Henry Cooper third In the 20-29 group-' Play continues: all week. All Information. rules fees etc. Spltze. r
Monday, Dec. 1, and Wednesday Gainesville last weekend. Relay in with a 53:13 time. The"Toilet will be discussed. League play wiltbegin I
Dec. 3. Games beginon December 8. Two Roadrunner Club members Andy Lewis 9, and Bowl" Is scheduled Wednesday a In January and end in mid- Dolphins:30.Rams
r r pairs won their Eric Lane 10. ran without oartner game between the Recreation staff March.. John David Francis scored: limes

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film developed and printed..",TODAY AND EVERYDAY. MR. COFFEE

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picture taking. MAKES Nov. 5, to pace the action In fear
-- old flag football.
Brews 2-10 cups coffee to
taste&keeps coffee at serving I Noy.II-
temperature.Safety glass container Cowboys 22.Bues 6 I
.No.CBS900 REG.$38.99 Chuck Mullins and Donnie nets
,,.,. ECKERD'S! aa 1 combined for two TD paal and I
,.,. SALE!PRICE! ..to.to.3l Chuck ran for another scorf the
LESSMFOR.'S! HAIO Cowboys won last Wednesday
t MAIL IN REBATE! ..."1y I Scott Johns threw to Bo BIB for a I
d 35 yard TD for the losers
4 werrrrs A FINAL COST '.
AFTER! 1999
1 REBATE! ....... Colts n-Broncos 14 .
"'$ Mark Strickland figured ery
ef'f Colt score hitting paydlrt k es. t
wYr'rtM once from 40 yards out.and wing a
f to Ed Douglas, for a and I!
MmM touchdown to pace the Colts, I
II 1 Kirby Joe Hildebran twl n 10
SSI] MUNSEY yards for the Bronco TD's. I

EVEREADY Slant style bakes too.flack Bucs 27'Colts Z2 "
20-PAGE "C"or"D"SIZEBATTERIES adjusts.No.BB3CC REG.$44.95
Cowboys 18.Brone.*

ALBUM MAGICUBES For flashlights ancoeces..R radio. $1.19*4 small 9 POOP.

Dry mount album., Blue dot quality. PACK//
Protects photos. 3 cubes flashes. OP / Milo Girl Scout s
188 REQ $2.59 LIMIT 1

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A special thank you to th wing
ALARM CLOCK who contributed to the dlord
24 hour alarm/ system am& Neighborhood Girl See und:
BOXED pm. Can be set at 10 minute Harry Green Auto Parts,HI Electric
Intervals for convenient wake- Acme Hardware D&ending
iy up.No.F.101AREG.$12.99 Service City Powe lent
CHRISTMAS CARDS Employees, Merrill Dees I Mike
Choose traditional or religious cards. Tierney. We appreciate th pport
999 and Interest. '
There has been Brie In-
vestitures being held /where
50OFFMANUFACTURER'S lately. Troop 301 thanks [Starke
Woman's Club for the uf| their \
budding Parents and frieijurnUh-
ed the refreshments for Wheeling
.__ and enjoyed the cerenfC New, Ii __.
=PRICES .. ;i. :;-;.;;; 1"p- r a r9 uuuH+ isc U12pETAIL / / / Brownies Include AI. 1a,. .r I
1. Un.malll.. Candice Roberts Angela fett I.An- ,
drea Hewett, Shannon El. Misty
Fill Cathy Jo Jackson (headers I
GENERAL ELECTRIC 12-SHEETS Linda Roberts and Cneryfss were I''
GALAXY 1500 WATT assisted by LeAnn Gree)Cheryl ,
Lynn Moss. I
GIFTWRAP _, BASEBOARD HEATER Brownie Troop 683: met/he/ First I
United Methodist Church/their/ in-
Assorted holiday aQO Wide angle fan forced Instant heat Ideal
Assorted color lights to pat vestiture. The scouts ma nd served :
beautify your tree. terns. REG. $1.19VELVET 2 199 for new additions&workshops Safety the refreshments andjsented a
.IP tip over switch. No. 7154 REG. $37.99
REG. $6 59 Y puppet show. They alsotde their '
puppets. Invested were un Odom, ,
A 99 88 :. Patsy Cook Emily Crewfelly Ann
Duncan, Brooke Wa Rebecca
t" Phillips Dawn Jackson? Rosalee I .
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Prt0.I :\ # FOOTSAVER, Junior Troop 614 met rntly at the j i

WREATH TJI Starke Fire Departmenhere they ,
I received the 'grand touThe girls

3-LlGHt (h RIBBON ...'Relaxes"et' p P dr with vibrating' warm or massage.cool Lottie left thrilled Williams by the fire si]'on Catfish duty: j

Top your gifts with a personal .1I 2".99 .
Crawford. Thanks I
creative touch. REG. 99
I "" The Neighborhood i ft was well
\Indow, decoration,l" ludes"I 99 attended by scouts Id leders.
Isted. ftEG. 77 c 24 N p Thanks to the Cadettef the work
F \ : they did in the plannirind preparing
.27 dd for the
4 ? 'J 1''' ''V : wide game event.whereiey Evette enjoyedthe learned :

new songs gamesftal I safety,
celebrated Juliette rJs birthday
fcS : and attended brief seins on drug
MILTON BRADLEY abuse sexual aware*, and bike
a_n t.j.y i. safety. Thanks to all Uuper people
ASSORTED' SIMON c \." who gave their Satur morning to

SILVER-TONE ELEC1t10NIC GAME help put this event toger: and makeIt
a success.: Peggy c.e from the
SERVING TRAYS sc. players.Ages1..dt.k..Fot10rrnore Te4l Corner Drug Store Ifiainesville,
; yourconcentraUori -
Joyce Riherd and
HOSPITALITY ,;Batteries Included. pile Meyers
\Great fortheholidays.For ? not from the Bradford Cnty Health
snacks drinks E "" 4.1 ',
serving or GOLD GLASSWARE : Department. Eaton Motr from the
REQ. $7.99 City Police Deportmeirfjalmar M.
1 Assorted crystal'with 249siman! Wilson, Laurie Mull Andrea

588 \ 88 gold-tone trim. REG. $5.09 Eaves and Gwen Gray|the cake. I

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"" The FFANe1 a meeting I

Wednesday J
KODAK ATARI Lorrie elected t
reporter and .Teresa,rlffis was
COLORBURST50 VIDEO elected Club Sweetheart '

COMPUTER The FFA will be buildl:and enter I
CAMERA 1J ing a float in, condition for "
Fixed focus Just alma; SYSTEM Homecoming.: i I
The School Board willI .
stiool.AulomatlC'r oI Comes complete with everything selling 10 .,
lzed prlnleJecllon.Brlght, I you need to turn your home TV s 9W_.,. acres of mature trees. Ftceeds will I
vlewflnder.Easy to use. Into an amusement arcade with go to restoring specific ieas at the
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The Bradford preside
Randy .
2'999. Merritt Is attending Natioii 4
1a 40 tion In Kansas City. On Conven'I''I h I

*"" 'Bradford FFA officers attended '
PORTLANDELECTRONIC Leadership School In Galesvule at
the Kirby-SmiUj Jr. 'Hit School.!
.f 13-INCH Those attending were: ..resident-
Randy Merritt. v-preskht-Bruce
aec/treas.-RaayijLuke I) ,.
Convente"l&easylo, 'Instant on sound. Rep.-Larrle Chappell and 3kil-Eddie ,
use. REOv$1 .99179S Solid state. Barnes. ]T.f t :I'
25999 REG. $299.99'diagonal .Also attending were the districtchairman.l4arkWlIlUmslnd ,:
measure ; .the
dlsirksecreUrv Sheila Suing. t

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:. i I f -- W'- ., ; ,, J Brook'sAdministrati M i illage .

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I Raised
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Clerk Linda Robinson announced to the Council that i he had been con-
\ "c""
f'. ., :. tacted by the Sheriff's Office about
It ,",, ,.. the City Council that the millage for
t tf1" ," : :. the City of Brooker was administratively the warning light on the watertower
\ !: ..1 raised by Tax being out. Miller said that the Federal
iJ. 'i "'""'..';", Assessor Jimmy Alvarez to ;9.38 Aviation Administration 'would fine
I / ;.j1 If the not
'I. .41'1,'; mills. the town light was repaired
J This Increase will raise the same very soon. .
I amount of money, $36,701, for the city Engineer Kelly said that he knew
....... which had been received last year in about the problem and that a painter
'" .. light of the Increase in the homestead scheduled to do touch-up work on the
'. exemption from $5,000 to $15,000 tower would check the 1 lights'when he
which cut the city tax roll. The new was up there this week.
millage rate Is not a tax increase and Kelly said that he had looked at the
no further action Is required of the light with his binoculars and it ap-
y tit council. peared that it had either been shot or -
The millage rate was 2.54 mills. else someone had climbed the tower
The council unanimously agreed to and knocked It over.
rescind an earlier ruling that if a "What we need Is some lights up
member missed a scheduled meeting there before something happens, I
1d that that member would not be paid stated Councilman Steve Nipper.
that month. In its place was Responding to the situation was
substituted the new ruling that only If Councilman Gene Melvin, who
r three regularly scheduled meetings volunteered to climb the tower on
were missed would the councilmannot Wednesday afternoon to check the

be paid. lights.
I Ii !"; .The new pay policy was made Noting that the situation of having'
i YI"t retroactive to the beginning of the farmers going to any hydrant and get
fiscal year In October. ting water for agricultural purposes
Painting up a Storm "One of the best advantages of put- was having the hydrants damaged as
.t I Special Olympian Cindy Cataldo. at left, takes a .put up outside the Middle School gym by the BitS ting In the newer, higher capacity fire well as the possibility of having the I
V break from the basketball paint on the wall mural Art Club. Art Club member Terry Powell watches. hydrants is the reduction in the Insurance water system contaminated by

1.. rates which will probably offset chemicals, moved the Council to r
\ i the increase in the water begin planning to permanently

\ ./ Special Olympians Shoot HoopsBasketball rates.."said engineer Jerome Kelly change the situation. The City Clerk
when asked about the installation of a was asked to contact the Supervisor ,

i Basketball competition was the order of the day for some 80 participants last Thursday, Nov. 6,as the plug In the Shady Oaks subdivisionarea. of the Farmers Market for assistancein
.. placing a permanent source of
Magic for retarded citizens moved into its ninth year in Bradford County with the :
I Joyown navigate through the cone barriers In biggest turnout ever. As usual, the new water system and agricultural water with the appropriate
I competition its components were the major topic state'required one-way I
The local competition held at the Bradford Middle School gym included entrants ef discussion at the regularly scheduled valves. ..
: from Bradford High School, the Middle School, Starke and Brooker Elementary meeting.. Citing his assistance to Alachua I
) Schools, and local group homes including Volunteers of America, Stepping Stone, and final decision of the Council was to County Authorities In their making a I
Sunshine Acres. delay the setting of the plug until it Is $2.8 million drug case along with a I
tr determined if there is enough money separate confiscation of a three acre .
The event served as a practice session for many of the entrants,who will be going to left in the water system funds to acc- field of marijuana Town Marshal
I 1 Lake City Saturday, Dec. 6, for District competition in the Special Olympics program, comodate it. Jerry Miller reported these highlightsto
Ro P which leads up to international competition in many sports. Further news was that the remain- the Council. ,
+ a'4r, 1 J4 l ing 12 hydrants were almost impossible Miller also Indicated that the Divi-
lt "The Special Olympic gives retarded citizens the chance to get out and do
to set without shutting off water to sion of Youth Services and a numberof
things other people are doing County Coordinator Andy Jordan said after watchingthe
., the entire town since the contrac- local citizens had approached him
I' games. Thursday that included run,dribble, and shoot competition from different
torPCI, could not locate the cut-off about juvenilles riding around town
J1J spots on the basketball court. Also 2 of the 3 local basketball teams that will play at
valves. In order to locate the valves, late at night. Miller explained to the
Districts squared off in a practice game. the Clerk was asked to contact PCI Council that since the City had no
I .. and request a bid from them for fin- curfew law, that there was nothing he
Jordan heads up the Special Olympics committee for the Kiwanis Club, which he
: .. ding the location of the valve boxes. could do about the situation.In .
r4 said is taking over the reins of the Special Olympics locally. Kiwanis and the School
I "a. Board co-sponsored the basketball event, with help from many local groups. "Prior to When the City Clerk receives the the Council the
briefing on ac-
this 3 or 4 people were" running the whole thing here in Bradford. It's just not a 3 or 4 having price estimate a special, the meeting Council agreed called to In. tlvites of the Volunteer Fire Depart

1 1I person job anymore. order to authorize the work done, if ment, Chief George Pierce asked for

I ., Special Olympics has offered a plan to organize locally that Includes somewhere in possible. guidance In disbursing the$5 gratuity
I the neighborhood of 11 volunteer positions and Jordan hopes "we carl fill at least 9 of Town Marshal Jerry Miller advised for each fireman who responded to a
i Au RO"I those positions this year. When we do this we will do a better Job of filling the needs we call. The decision was for the Chief to
have locally and also make It easier on everybody. In the past George Loper and Mary Gospel Business decide who was entitled to the money
Strong have really had to do a lot of work. since it had been authorized by the
Men's Fellowship Council for active members of the
i Both again did a great deal towards last Guard as well. who .
department responded.
week's competition, with Loper serving as Others who helped out with the basket- Meets SaturdayThe
I fL Games Director and Mrs. Strong as Proball event were: Dr. Pete Felos and Joyce Full Gospel Business Men's Responding to Clerk Linda Robin-
Director. Rieherd, who gave free physicals to entrants son's question about women In the
grams is interdenominational
Ii ; McDonald's, which donated 150 Fellowship an Volunteer Fire Department, the
of businessmen who working
i are
Jordan added that through Kiwanis Club hamburgers plus cookies and orange group Council unanimously agreed that
for the Lord. Through its business
fund-raisers and greater local volunteer drink; UF Gator basketballer Kenny Me- women were more than welcome in
connections It has International
\ participation he hoped the operation Craney; the Starke Woman's Club; the Jr. the the department.
I ministries world
budget for Special Olympics would greatly Woman's Club; the BHS Art Club; BMS of the countries througout which do not; Further business saw the Council
Increase. "Last year the budget was en- P.E.:teachers; the BMS Beta Club; a 4-H accept ask the City Clerk to forward a letter
.. "1 Calake This With My Eyes Closed" from the School Board and It was group' from Hampton; the Clvltans; missionaries from the denominationshave of agreement to the Clay Electric
already or are being won for
i Even Ida Gator basketball player Km MtCraney couldn't get right around $1,000," Jordan said: "We Presbyterian Youth Group; county Christ through their leaders and the Cooperative, Inc. of Keystone Heights \I
II Brian Ilkon to open his even for the shootinK competition at the hope to get it up to somewhere around Special-Ed teachers; Lori Salazar, who witness of the Christian businessmen.The concerning the status of the franchise '
Special (epics, but Brian had fun just the Ha me. $2,500 this year." The Kiwanis club made signs; BMS Principal Dewey Full Gospel Business Men are not agreement which had been supposedly 'I
: It wastraney's second trip buck to Starke to help with the already donated $150 for registration costs McKinney; and student volunteers from seeking to the established entered into in February. Accor-

i basketba'mpetilion. and money was given by the National the Middle School and High School.to church, but rather oppose to strengthen it by ding to Robinson; there had been
in the and
some mix-up paperwork
Increased support and participation the letter was needed for action by the
of its members locally. Electric Board of Directors during

I : ; Al of Starke to Get 9% Pay Increase month The on Starke the third chapter Saturday meets of each the' Clay their meeting Nov. 24 and 25.

I City Employees month at the Western Steer The salaries of city employeesWillis

Steakhouse at 6.30: p.m. This monthwe Grimes and Paul Prescott were
11 are greatly honored to have.our set and made retroactive to the begin-
: A problejver exclusion of city has received a federal grant to provide be placed in the budget for Im- Dees explained that the plan is to guest speaker, Don Norman.. Rev. ning of the fiscal year in October.
d employees resented by bargaining cities with service at no cost for provements to the city's sewer programs replace two worn/ out lift stations and Norman is a native of South Africa'' Grimes contract was set at $400 per
a I agents not eivmg a nine percent problems of this type. make other necessary repairs.In and is a minister of a church' in month and Prescott's was adopted at
t pay raise farted and minutes of After a brief discussion the com- the electric department the Rhodesia. He has a highly inspiring $100 per month. .
a meeting Itnonth which setup the mission accepted Hardy's offer board authorized the creation of a line testimony about his life in these coun Further action saw the Council

pay raises i corrected Tuesday, foreman's position at a. salary of tries as the comnmunlsts have triedto change its meeting time to 7 p.m.
i Nov. 4, to irde all city employees Bond Trustees $13,111. take. (them over. The Lord has from 7:30: p.m.Concluding .
a by the Starkity Commission. Vice-Mayor Jimmy Crosby The board approved $20,000 for a greatly blessed him and his family, their business, the en-
The matteas called to the attention nominated Brad Carter, son of Brad- special work force to work on city We believe that his testimony will be tire Council of C.J. Stalnaker Chair'
e of the commissioners when ford County Commissioner and Mrs. streets, highways and clean ditches. an Inspiration to you. Reservationsand man, Joe Tolleson, J C. Harrell Gem
Mayor-Corns loner Charles Maxie Carter Jr., to be a bond Crosby pointed out a six man inmate membership Is not required and. Melvin, Steve Nipper, Mayor Blake
I Schaefer pol" 0 t at the Tues. Nov. trustee. work force would be available to the the public Is encouraged to attend our Hamilton and Clerk Linda Robinson

1 4 meeting,thsie Inutes were write Carter is administrative assistant ri 4 4ii' city to assist with the program.. meeting. Dinner. Is at 6:30 p.m. and adjourned with the payment of the
ten up with ord except those to Sonny Strickland, Superintendentat $8,000 was approved to purchase a the speaker will begin at 7:30: p.m. routine bills.
employees rejsi ted by bargaining Florida State Prison. brand new pickup truck for the street

i agents. / department.Edwards .
Starke's buining agent At- Credit Bureau was instructed by the

.torney JJVeit, explained that Commissioner Crosby was given Commissioners to finalize the budget OFFICE EQUIPMENTAND
the bargain) agents for the permission by the board to contactthe and present it for final approval at the
employees are. allowed to accept Credit Bureau of Gainesville to next regular meeting of the board
t anything unlet I was previously gather information about possibly Tuesday, Nov. 18.

bargained for. \ turning over past due bills to the ,
It was eJCplai that IBEW local agency for collection. Crosby statedhe SUPPLIES |
1205 of Gaines represents the would report back to the board .3' w x kk r
J power plant ei yees and the after he gathers the information. .tai BC NativeIs

rf" P.B.A. represent! e Police Department -
? "I have nev seen a labor The Commission approved $70,000 Fall Sale Continues on

a organization reje salary increase 'I Sheriff

and don't anticip any problems," r' "As = !!!!!!!! .

d Wolbert says.Wolbert upl. ed the police Lawtey Asks In CharlotteBradford r FILE

h department cont has expired so r
he could foresee (problem in gran- .
o ting those emplojfe! the nine percent For $430,000BUD .
t; R+lkt' tly County native Glen Sapp CABINETS
pay raise.' I IWolbert was elected Sheriff of Charlotte County -

P was I liructed to contact 'In" the Tuesday Nov. general election I 2 Drawer Letter
the business ? of the electrical
n age Grant by defeating his former boss for
workers union tboard's form him of the .the:Job. r
planemployees raise all city
t nine cent. Lawtey has officially applied for a Sapp lathe son of Mr. and Mrs. L.C.

b a After the matt as clarified, City $4JO.ooo Housing & Urban Develop- Sapp who live on Bayless Highway in ft $11000
Clerk Merrill wards was Inv ment (HUD) grant to improve Bradford County, with Sapp's13yearold .
structed to stri the word excepts streets, drainage, and water lines sister, Angela. ,J'r
from the i minfe- and all city east of the railroad tracks. e L1.
Sappr> running as a Republican,
employees 'wou then get the nine In a unanimous vote Monday night, defeated Incumbent Sheriff Alan
( percent pay, rah Nov. 3, the city commission passed a LaBeau 18,048 votes to 14,271 with the 4 Drawer Letter
resolution and ordinance It
t I II Va L Lots is submitting a preapphcation to HUD total Including absentee vote.Stipp .

r Local reside ttls McKinney appeared for funds to improve the disadvantaged is a former Starke Police Office .r Reg. 175

t before Je board to ask if area occuppied mostly by blacks. a former deputy with the& Bradford '
1 something coun't be done about Eligible only for use in low Income County Sheriff's Department and Sa\e\ $1400"WW
cleaning up a want lot at Pratt and areas, with incomes ranging from .was a Trooper with the Florida .
Polk Streets In je city that obstructs $6,750 to $10,800, a Community Highway Patrol. He has twice been an
traffic from a oncoming traffic. Development Block Is available I.. Investigator with the State Attorney's. .
d He also asketif a similar problem through HUD.
office In the 8th Judicial Circuit In
at Pratt and p age Streets could be Nobody spoke against the proposalin .. Gainesville and Levy County. Sapp 2 USED LETTER SIZEQ
corrected. I two public hearings last month, and
.j ,. Hit and Run... was an Investigator for Sheriff
The board erred the matter to the grant applications procedures are LaBeau for several year alter
: Utility Direct Merrill Dees who was being followed by the council. Mrs. Clarence Cooper who lives on LaBeau was elected to office In 1976. $
instructed to rtJ out a sollltion to the Tract under the proposed plan encompasses Edwards Road picks up pieces of her
I. problem. some 113 residences on the mailbox after it was run ever and defeated two for the *
He opponents
east side of Lawtey. Streets involvedare destroyed by a truck. The truck back nomination In the first
enonnel Second, Third, Fourth, Fifth ed off got up good speed, but still got Republican and the runoff election last
; The board ccepted an offer by Streets, and Jones, Brown and Lee hung up on the mailbox, Mrs Cooper month.primary:' LaBeau defeated one Office .

John Hardy r the North Central Lanes. says. Democratic opponent to. get the Shop
Florida Reil al Planning Council toa The grant would enable Lawtey to The Coopers think they know who of his party
assist the cit with updating penonlIel -' spend funds regularly allocated for' the guilty party Is, but so far haven't.
manual and road repair and improvements been able to have anything done by will
updating Job on remaining Sapp take office Tuesday.
1 city streets not covered by local law enforcement agencies or the January 6. 110 W.. Call St. Starke
Hardy espy ned that the NCFRPC the proposed grant. Poit Office..
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section November II.B 1980Section '..y:4 Qilrgrapl1 1 TIMES

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Chicken Supper Planned for. Saturday rt +,/ .': ,

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Salary Raises, More Respect, I

,Urged for COs at Raiforii L '; Rally WIN

propriate institutions, in addition tot -I\ -H
Sen. Pete Skinner
Encouraged by ti
'Florida State "extra hazardous" prepared last year that would have + .
Prison,as '
and Rep. Frank Williams, both of S1rf't lorIDA
and that all Correctional Of- allocated $3 million for raises, but STJ11f
whom pledged their all-out "the Governor said he wasn't in- A I'RI.... ,
Concerned ficers at those institutions receive '" {f"t .
members of CCCO (
ded compensation in sufficient terested in dealing" with the issue at '1 &
Citizens for Correctional Officers)
that time and therefore would ,
amount "to recognize them for the probably ()
moved forward on two fronts this face." veto the action. Those raises e.:..
daily dangers they .
week in their fight to gain better pay .It'
of the Governor's
are one top j
and a better Image for Correctional The petition also recommends that priorities now, the Lake City senator VNHA 1, ,' .MVO'
Officers in Florida's prison system. all correctional officers, classification added. ,",.;')1&-............,;1
officers, medical personnel, and ..........:.. .
Speaking to a tense and frequently others assigned to work the 4 p.m. to Skinner said his Idea of a pay raise "
applauding crowd that filled the 12 a.m.and the 12 a.m. toll a.m.shifts is an approximate$2,000 hike
a year
Raiford Community Center to receive additional compensation that would bring correctional officer ,.
overflowing last Friday night, both (shift difference). "We recommendthat pay to$12,500 a year, the same as that
legislators promised pay raises and this salary increase plan also in-
of a beginning Florida
better working conditions for thestate's r } clude provisions for longevity pay 'patrolman. Those at "certain Highway 7-S/urto(.fmyMes: age
unarmed COs who say they comparable to the federal pay scale, specified Institutions" would receivean
risk their lives every day they enter and that the pay plan recognize.the additional "high hazard' ," Mary Phillips and Cathy Gcraghty model new T-shirts. on sale at Friday's
the prison gates.Correctional. value of experience and training of Skinner! added. pay rally In support of "unarmed" underpaid correctional officers In Florida's
officer wives, correctional officers at the super- prison system.
spearheading the militant group, visory level. Example: lieutenant, The senator also discussed major
started circulating petitions Mondayto correctional security chief, shift changes in the of court
process Inmates who are armed with knives, other We could have
be sent to the Governor and other supervisors, and correctional officer sentencing under new guidelines zip guns, and other homemade investigator. "
chief I through V, by Including themIn given him the record.
state officials, and scheduled a rallyat which would set forth specific weapons. We have to take being call-
Sheriff John Whitehead's Union this and all future pay plans as penalties for crimes to be followed by
ed sub-human names to our face and "A lot of problems are with the
County farm at 4 Saturday,Nov. I compensation for their services andas Florida judges. disparities "
p.m. Many occur even worse abuses,and all we have to Legislature and the Governor Rep.
15, where chicken will be sold Incentive for lower ranks, as wellas under the of
suppers present system protect ourselves are our wits and our Williams said in summing up.
to help finance CCCO activities.The to provide a better retention of sentencing, which contribute to low "
feet. He asked, "Where Is Girardeau "Politicians understand a vote, and
TeWngltie Story qualified personnel. morale among inmates. He then his ? will listen
getting Information He comes they to those who can
asks that basic
petition the pay Sen. Skinner, a member of the blasted the report of a House committee deliver that
out after hours and talks only to the vote. It's going to take beIng
Correctional Officer I be in-
scale of a Crusading widow of Jim Welch, senate committee corrections, dissolved but headed the
on pro- (now ) at sorriest inmates. To my knowledge, involved In politics. You all have
creased by a minimum of $200 per FSP employee slain by a death row bation and parole, told this group, time by Rep. Arnett Girardeau of he has never Interviewed me or any the power."
month, and that other pay scales be Inmate, tells of her campaign to limit "There will be a pay raise for correctional Duval County, criticizing prison ad-
commensurate. The petition further appeals for Inmates sentenced to elec- personnel; I can guarantee you ministration and calling for the
asks that the..next legislative sessions tric chair. that." Skinner said he had a bill resignation of -
( 1-1-r slat) deli nat.the a Wainwright."The
P' .w.v. g P tions Secretary Louie L. .
report represents the frustration
I 5 Brooker of certain House members whollayen't
Charged Burglary, KidnappingFive been able to get rid of Wainwright -
and I don't give the report
much "Skinner said.
have been Hamilton, 21, of Brooker. James credibility,
Brooker men arrested Rogers was then placed in a dog box
for ordering two other men, Ercel Hamilton is also charged dwtth and transported to Brooker. .
Bennie Davis and Earl Rogers, from aggravated assault of Bennie Davis. Sheriff's deputies headed by Lt. Lauding the objectives of the group
their home at gunpoint and taking The five men were involved in an Glen A. Moore, arrived on the scene Rep. Frank Williams of Starke said, I
Rogers to Brooker in a dog box. altercation with Davis and Rogers, and Rogers was freed from the dog VThls is the beginning of a movement
Charged with burglary and kidnap- according to a spokesman from the box according to the SA spokesman. that"can become something really I
ing are: Alvin Earl Todd 26, a Lake state attorney's office in Starke. big. He predicted the CCCO cam-
Butler native; James Terrance Bass, All five men arrested were arraigned paign for fair treatment and better
21, of Brooker; Thomas Blake The five men went to the residenceof before Bradford County Judge pay for Correctional Officers would
Hamilton 26, of Brooker; James Rogers and Davis at Rt.l, Box 288, EUie S. Sanders who set bond at spread statewide and nationally. "As
Ercell Hamilton, Rt.lr Box 12, Brooker, and ordered them out of the $5,000 on each charge for Bass, T.B. long as you sit down and don't express
Brooker and Zedra Marvin house at gunpoint. Hamilton, J.E. Hamilton, and Z.M. yourselves,you're"going to get what's
dished out to you, Williams warned.

Frank Camp,a prison investigator,
said, "The Governor had his work day
deal. I suggest that members of the

'SUPER"GAS I i '- ,Legislature wprkoneweek T-IIr the

" I prison system, unarmed and. facing

s a

: MILEAGE Hamilton. Todd's bond was set at
$1,050 on each charge but he Is being Legislators Speak lip
held in the Bradford County jail for 10
days at the request of the Parole and
Probation office in Starke as Todd is State Senator Pete Skinner tells packed house, "There'll be a pay raise for
on probation at the present time. The correctional personnel. I can ." Seated on rostrum were
SAVERS others have posted bond and have (from. left) Union County Sheriff John Whitehead, State Representative Frank p
been released from Jail. Williams Rev. O.D. Giles of Starke. CCCO president Martha Nettles Pat
Welch wife of slain correctional officer.


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MPG Florida State Prison Inmate> Ken- Davis was one of 10 Inmates who A week later Davis was apprehended -
) neth Wayne Davis 25, was thwartedIn escaped from FSP last August 9 dur- at the Indiana State Fair where he
a third escape attempt early Monday ing two separate escapes In the was working as a carnival employee.
AM Radio, Defaxe Wheel Coven, $4315 coO Nov. 10, when a routine, largest breakout In the prison's Eight of the nine Inmates) who !
night count showed him missing 'history. escaped with Davis have been recap.
Radial Tires, rated Bass Disc from the T-wtng ..u.. Davis was free for 17 days and got tured. Only Harvey Michael McElroy
Brakesdlthz Inspection of the perimeter fence as far as Indiana, leaving. a string of remains at large from the August
es Tax-Tag & Title showed it had not been cut. showing stolen cars In his path. escape.
Davis was still inside the compound. About 10 days after the Aug S Another escape attempt by Davis
Davis was found unarmed and escape Davis and two other. FSP .Occurred: 1V*years ago in which Davis
without provisions, .on the) roof 45 escapees were caught outside an Indiana was caught In the parking lot In front
... TerwillegarL. minutes after he was found missing. convenience store, but Davis of the prison. '
When found. Davis was sitting and managed t to escape while police were Davis Is serving 23 yean for rob
leaning against a cooling vent He handcuffing his two companions. bery from Dade County ''i
surrendered without. protest, prison

.' Motors' 964.7200 officials Fog caused said. visibility to be about 20 Wainright AnswersCommittee .
percent when Davis was found..
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Officials speculate Davis cut .
206 'W. Madison 'Starke through the-.window of hie first floor Report
cell and. under cover ft.* a thick: fog.
walked about ISO yards around the
building when be climbed a ladd-r ..
attached to the building. ,

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I ObituariesMrs. I ",WamwrigJ ht Agreestol$00-:Ji .# IL ate Li sr riit v-t"' M r lxr, ;. ; ,

I Mrs. Mania.Maggie Griffis,Griffis 73, resident of Kendall Kendall Rowe 21,Rowe of Starke, died Plus Othei r Concessions in Report to Circuit Courtmates ,

Starke, dietf late Monday following Tuesday, Nov. 4, at his home follow
brief Illness. ing a brief illness.
Born In Alabama,Mrs. Griffis move Mr. Rowe was a student at
and a corrections officer since ISO Death Row Inmates
The of Corrections
Department for elsewhere In the in-
ed to Starke when she was a Bradford-Union Vo-Tech School: In ficers duty
young (DOC) has agreed to reduce the three lawsuits were filed by eight In- The three lawsuits filed by the local' stitution. <
girl. She was affiliated with the Pine Starke. mates last May.Secretary Public Defender's\ office in behalf of
'C?number of Inmates in Florida State Continued screening of inmates to
his Mr.
Valley Congregational Church. Survivors include: parents
V Prison, but not as many as ordered by Wainwright submitted a the inmates charged the prison try to identify those who might be
Include of Merritt
Survivors stepdaughter and Mrs. Morris Rowe
: one to Judge Green agreeing to system is Incapable of protecting In-
\Judge R.A. Green, Jr.,according to a suitable for transfer to less secure
Pauline Island. keep
report filed in Circuit Court here Monday the prison population below 1,000 mates from each other. -
Keystone Heights; five sister-In-laws, Funeral services were conducted at prisons.Random
of a "good faith" effort to Wainwright pledged the steps betaken
Nov. 10. shakedowns of cells to cut
Liza Silcox, Susie Milliard, Alice 1:30 Friday Nov. 7 at the First study
p.m A Inmate 22 the violence at the prison and in an effort to reach a suitable
limit new corrections -
1,000 contraband
Swain, Sarah Reynolds, all of Starke, Baptist Church in Merritt Island with down on Including
officers,the closing of two wingsof make a report to the' court with settlement to the suits.These steps Include homemade knives and that have
and Mrs. Gladys Ross of Orlando; burial in Brevard Memorial Garden guns
and a host of nieces and nephews, Cemetery in Cocoa, Fla. Archie Tan- the maximum security prison,ran- 'recommendations td cure the ; : figured In the violence. .
shakedowns, and screening of Inmates violence problem.Wainwright The addition of 22 new correctional ,
several and Funeral Home was in charge of dom Adoption of a plan to obtain national -
grandchildren great ner
for transfer to other prisons, stated In the report thatfull officers by the end of this week to Increase accreditation for all 24 of thestote's
grandchildren. arrangements.Mrs. DOC compliance with Judge Green's of confinementcells '
conducted all are promised by Secretary supervision major prisons.
Funeral services were Lessle Lee Silcox: Louie Lee Wainwright.Low recommendations, which include the and a request to the Florida
Pine Wednesday, Nov. 12, at 2:30 p.m.Church at Mrs. Lessie Lee Silcox, 83, of salary has been cited by Wainwright 750-lnmate limit, would be Legislature for more money for addi-
with Rev.Valley David Congregational Hodges officiatingand Starke, died early Thursday morning as the cause of high turnoverand undesirable or difficult from a tional staffing In the next two-year "Good things are twice n' .
Rev. Junior Thornton assisting following a brief Illness. lack of training of correctional of- management and financial. standpoint budget period beginning July I, 1981. good when they are short.
Mrs. FSP. The closing of two wings of the
in in Born In Putnam County ficers at Baltatar Grecian
was Evergreen Cemetery Silcox lived most of her life In Starke. Judge Green last Oct. 3 ordered Monday,Nov. 10,records show FSP prison as a result of the cut In inmate
Bradford with Archie Tanner
Funeral County Home In charge of ar She was a member of the Bethel Baptist DOC to reduce population of the max- Inmate population at 988, including population,. freeing correctional of
Church of Starke. imum security prison by 372 Inmates>
rangements.Mrs. ----- ------
Survivors include: two sons, from 1,122 to 750,within 10 days. DOC
William "Bill" Silcox, Sr. and Ray filed an appeal with the First District
Silcox, both of Starke; two daughters, Court of Appeals In Tallahassee
.Allie M. Driggers Mrs. Mellie Garcia, Starke and Mrs. which delayed the order for 45 days.
Mrs. Allie Mathews Driggers 91, Bertice Moncelli of Park Forest, Illinois That deadline will be Tuesday Nov. Look for the RainbcMtSomething :
Lake Butler, died Monday night In ; 15 grandchildren and 10 great 25.
Union General Hospital after an extended grandchildren. The order to set the 730-inmate cap
Illness. Funeral services were conducted at was ordered by Judge Green In an effort
Born In Flemington, Fla, Mrs. 2 P.M. Sunday Nov. 9 at Bethel Baptist to effect safer conditions than Is In store for all of the drea around us. And we
Driggers lives most of her life In Church with Rev. J.C. Saunders those which took the lives of four in- Guaranty Federal customers, will. Soon we will be one of
Union County area. She was a officiating. Burial was in Kingsley
member of the First Baptist Churchof Lake Cemetery,Clay County with Archie ..... ... ..... present and future. More the top 100 associations Inexperience
Lake Butler. Tanner Funeral home In chargeof more services w r r the nation with a billion
Survivors Include: three daughters, arrangements. REWARDLOST and more money to build dollars of financial strength!
Mrs. Allie Mae Kelly, Starke, Mrs. new homes. and security
Hilah Dukes and Mrs. Rose E. We Intend to keep IN So look for the rainbow
McNabb, both of Lake Butler; two
sons,Judge A.L.Driggers and Donald 2 AKC registered boNert. Mat, 8 mot. pace with the growth where your fortune grows.
Driggers, both of Lake Butler; one old female 2 yrt. old. Hampton Lake
sister, Mrs. W.B. Flewellen of ana, both brindle wA hte! marking
Hastings, Fla.; 10 grandchildren and Call 468-1512. after 5 p.m. or 373-3430
10 great grandchildren. from 7 a.m.-S p.m.
Funeral services will be held today Charles Wesley, the methodist Itpd 11/13.
(Thursday), Nov. 13, at 11 A.M. in wrote 6500 hymni. ,
Lake Butler First Baptist Church i
with Rev. Melvin J. Owen officiating. ,
-- a wvr.c P c ,7 t< 3 .n > b < ;s IoM H
Interment will follow in Dekle I
Cemetery with Archer Funeral HomeIn $YY 1 \1,,
charge of arrangements. Archie Tanner : I'i' "
In lieu of flowers contributions may
be made to: Florida Baptist Childrens
Funeral Home
Home, P.O. Box 1653, Lakeland,
Florida 33802. {vi
58 Faiths Archie M. Tanner! ,

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Lloyd Thornton All -. -." L.FD. '#' '"'

Lloyd Thornton, age 37, died Mon- --' -.... -., ::::-. QCs rre
day night in the Bradford County ....r._....I'_ }...--.
Hospital Starke. ., -- 1"
Born in Lake City, Fla., Feb. 13, tComp.t.
1943, Mr. Thornton moved to the d e
Starke area 4 years ago from Savings and Loan Association
Houston, Texas. At the time of his
death, he lived in Keystone Heights.Mr. I

.Thornton was a building contractor / Modern Facilities nJ, ;>OlnMvu 220 N. Main Street, 3501 W.University Avenue 5270 N W.34th Street; Keystone Heights Lowrence Blvd
: had served in the U.S. Marines and Sylvon Way: Lake(Butler- 175; W. MalnSireer.; Srarke-393 W. Madison: Clearwater Beach Poinsettia Avenue
and tist Faith.Coast Guard; and was of the Bap- Hwy 301 S. 964.5757:5: J, _
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Survivors Include: his father, Lacy : I
Thornton, Sr., Jacksonville; his
mother Mrs. Margaret Cole, ..
Jacksonville; a daughter. Cissy rp. Your Best i Buy l Is At Jackson's' '
Building Supply
Thornton, Keystone Heights; 3 Your..Beat Buy Is At Jackson Building Supply ;e .. rc lb 1
brothers, Lindsay A. Thornton,
Keystone Heights, Gene Thornton, MOPACOTE
Moncks Corner S.C., & Lacy Thorn- SPEEMU"tCK.f
ton, Jr. of Palatka; two sisters,
Beverly Vernimo, Keystone Heightsand
Sherri Hunter, Phoenix, Arix.;
and his grandmother, Mrs. Rowena

Daugharty Graveside, Jacksonville.funeral services will be [ffiJ MOetr.rSS .........

held today (Thursday), Nov. 13, at :'; : t .. MOPACOTE.I, \ The everything
11:00 a.m. in Keystone Heights
Scheetz Cemetery officiating.with Rev.DeWitt Donald C. Jones E. ; exposed For decks area., porches, Is I b Fr n r sr .an.- w s ; .-(_I-Iouse___.-1'P'. paint surface.for all/1270

Funeral Home is in charge of ar- Reg.
rangements. ...... $12011 lamp

Arnold Arnold C.Brice,C.66.Brice of Orange Lake, II 110.$1195 r- .. 99
Florida died Saturday Nov. 8, at the $10
Bradford brief illness.County Hospital following a COOL Oe UN 40-44 t o'fl '

Born in Bataiua, N.Y. Mr. Brice SAGE 50.41 ,.'
moved to Orange Lake in 1964. Mr.
Brice owned and operated his own
garage until ill health forced his .
retirmenet. He Is of the Baptist Faith. Ad Good 't
Survivors include: his wife, Mrs.
Beatrice King Brice, Orange Lake;
three sons, Robert, Lawtey, Richard, RUS-KIL U S Thru Nov. 20th
Orange Lake and Arnold C. Jr. of lit ,
Gainesville; two daughters, Mrs. D a
Elizabeth George, Rome N.Y. and Ia11-
Mrs. Patricia Brice. Mandate N.Y.; Matchless D
twelve grandchildren and one great MOWN ss rust killer. O
grandchild.Funeral rwsau
services were conducted at COVENTRY
2p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 11,at the Chapelof E3KSH I
Archie Tanner Funeral Home with No % IOUTHgRN110 When you car enough about
Rev. Ben Coleman officiating and House Point the appearance of your horn
Rev. Bruce Coffin assisting. Burial to paint it, you should ear
was in Santa Fe Cemetery with Archie enough to use only top Quality
Tanner Funeral Home in chargeof off paint. There non finer -
arrangements. /l1. than .. L P_ Beautiful,
4/asr 1O&J crubbable

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Whether you plea to do-it-youtalf or use a profession! pai nter, demand
the finest for your: horn .... B. L. P. "Soutrierniied" pain NOW $999|
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November 13, UNIO Page SB
-Man Unhurt,. ,;-,. Woman Hospitalized, Shands Teaching Hospital In

As Car Crashes::F.' Hit By Car on 301A Gainesville treatment where of possible she was spine admittedfor In-

A Melrose mari was not injured in a juries,a broken leg, and other bruises
one-vehicle accident with $1,000 70-year-rural Keystone Huts and cuts.
damage done to his compact car, woman has been No citation<< was Issued by
Saturday, Nov. 8, at 8:40 p.m., 3.2 Gainesville after she was struck by a Patrolman W. K. Mcintire after he
miles south of Keystone Heights on car as she walked across US-301 at conducted an investigation of the ac-
SIM1. Edwards( Road In Starke on Friday. cident.
7 z7zs Is Florida Highway Patrol records Nov.7,at 8:20: p m., with $30 damage
show a 1970 Volvo sedan operated by to the car Involved.Police .
Bruce Nelson Bays, 31,< of Melrose records( show a 1976
was southbound on SR-21left, the Chevrolet car operated by Curtis IFUL THEATRE!
highway, travelled 120 feet in'the James Colston 18,of Starke,was nor- ,
ditch, struck a culvert,went airborne' thbound on US-301 when pedestrianEdith
28 feet, landed sideways and rolled Herman, 70, of Rt. I, Box 522A,
over Z'/I times landing on its wheels. Keystone Heights crossed US-301 Stance 964-5451
Trooper D. C. Roberts cited Bays ,and walked Into the path of the car.
for reckless driving.) Herman was taken by rescue unit to
Fri. Sat. & Sun.MEMO.

"VII Oil!I.. .J'IICII. .1 JR0
his hit
'afternoon after a compact ear car awl Ii "
Edward Williamson Is the picture of dejection Tuesday horse trailer on V -30. south or Stark .' [g] BROOKE SHIELDS

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H.ampton'Man Hospitalized in Vehicle AccidentA '


38-year-old rural Hampton man a horse trailer, driven by Ernest J. the right side of 'It. anti struck the .
was hospitalized as the result of Injuries Dowllng 81, of Starke, and a 1978 Williamson car ( 100- Slartta a Keystone. Mights. ) Fri.,_ Sat., Sun. & Mon.
sustained in a three-vehicle accident Chevrolet sedan operated by Edward \COLD ttaer & Soda
Tuesday,Nov. 10,at 12:20: p.m. Douglas\ Williamson, 23, of Hampton, Records show Prevatt struck the Cameron MitchellIn
on US-301 two-tenths of a mile south of were all going south on US 301.Prevatt windshield and his chest; struck the **. Beer ........49* ,
Starke with $8,400 damage to the passed the Williamson ear steering wheel. He was taken to Brad-
vehicles involved. 'overtaking Dowling's truckhorsetrailer. I ford County Hospital where he was ,Martha White, Flour ,99 ,.. sere .......2(9( *
Florida Highway Patrol records Dowling slowed and turned treated for facial Injuries,and bruises Without
show a 1980 Honda sedan operated by left into the median crossover. around the chest-and was admittedfor Parkay Margarine .59 r-\"Qlud\1llis.r\ Warning.plus.
Glen WIlliard Prevatt, 36, of Hampton Records show Preyatt ran into the observation,according to the FHP \
!, ; a 1979 Ford pickup truck pulling rear of the horse trailer bounced off report.. rtTrooper Zip Top Sardines. ...39 1Mof $269 .

cited I /$ 1 Baars Screams
W.M. Paper Towels. >* .L RI
Prevatt for careless driving. FtWeZlng Cold .
News Briefs I of a
Open 6 am. Midnight-
Cars CollideIn at US-301 at Pratt Street In Starke
with$1,100 damage to the vehicles Involved ":.:. -- --
Bradford Square ,according to the Starke Police

Department.A 1979 Lincoln sedan, operated by PHOTO COUPON
$4,400 damage was recorded when Richard Servit 16 of Clearwater, rAlEAGLEIIIISETI
two cars collided In the Bradford was making a left turn failed to stop 4 19ci
Square Shopping Center parking lot In for a red light, and hit a i960 :
Starke on Saturday Nov. 8, at 12:01 Chevrolet truck driven by Wilson E. DEVELOPING &

p.m., with no one injured. J. Gene McKinney, 42, of Gainesville, with PRINTING SPECIAL!
Police records show a 1977 Chrysler in the Ml
right rear. riEap. 20f p. 34 Blip. p.
sedan operated by Bonny Vanessa No citations were issued after Lt. 'CHRISTMAS BB
2.29 3.39 3.99 5.99
Williams, 25, of Gainesville, was M. L. Sibley conducted an investigation -
heading east on a through-lane to of the accident. txOuattfontya-C23-ASA400Fllm. B
US-301 in the shopping center and a Coupon Must Aeconpany rOn
1971 Chevrolet sedan driven by Nor- Brooker Woman
ma Gatlin Rhoden, 29, of RU 2, Box '
Gets 4 YearsA
low, Starke, was heading east also on
a through-lane to, Edwards Road 20-year-old Brooker woman was sow orrroKaeY
when the front of the Rhoden car sentenced to four years in state prison tj otwn r.K1tl safe Thursday Friday &Saturday!
struck the Williams car in the right Monday, Nov. 10, for battery of a u t i.

police officer.In .
side.No citations were Issued after circuit court in Alachua
Patrolman Eston G. Mosher con Judge Osee R. Fagan sentenced DOLL SALE! DECORATIONS
ducted an Investigation. of the accident Caroline Gilmore to four years in
state prison plus one year probation LAYAWAY NOW1 SAVINGST03.04rr.TMH.
under the youthful offender provision
Car Runs Light, after she pled guilty to battery of a OFF y i
Hits Pickup police officer.As REGULAR :E"
part of plea bargaining the state DISCOUNT Pb
dropped charges of car theft, and ...,.
No one was-injured-m twvvehide-resisting, arrest with violence.
mishap.. SaJurcUyr,-r.lov,,?,at 5:4s: !p.m,., WAS.U<*tVMoHtotM ,""
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I Correction! '

Sgt. Leonard Ball Investigator for sergeant for every two wings, 'Ball\ 1
Florida State Prison,wrote this papera says. "Each shift has approximately OVER 32 STYLES
letter correcting some Items in 3 officers each, and out of these officers
which he stated he was misquoted in there are five tower officers TO CHOOSE FROM!
the Oct.23,I960 paper In an article: en- two outside security officers. This
titled "FSP Operation reported Nor- leaves only 19 officers to supervise 1.00 \ FROM THE NO. I MAKERIt
mal since Saturday." 1,100 of the most dangerous inmatesin 1 MEN'S NYLON PLUSH FASHION I WOVEN POLYESTER
"I said that correctional officers the Florida Correctional system. SURFER JACKET KNIT SWEATERS DRESS SLACKS
allowed to a can of "When asked which was worse o 2.91
are not even carry
mace with them," Ball says. That Vietnam or Florida State Prison, I 7.88 10.88 10.88
some Inmates love it at Florida State stated at least In Vietnam you had a goo"FM Discount. stores to featuring a!area as SET OUTDOOR, WAS.Mr.LIGHT....... .. ....8.97
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and the of them are weapon fight However >** .ALL FIRST QUALITY FORMERLY 2MO
Prison majority American doses Mvw of IIMM bMuUM doM only interested in breathing, eating, feel the officers have not been given MM out botoro Om ChrMmM MOOK binlrw. 100 oil.it. ** .....;..:..........,.........2.97: .
the support they need or rate." So, now U she Mm to layaway and SAVI AN or-rpollont nylon Classic styled, soft chenille knit Pleat quality assorted :bl.ndtI
and"I stated that' each shift should This Telegraph regrets the mis- EXTRA 10*o/our tow amount ortOMl AMortod doMons.........................,......1.00 hood w'inip In Ironl.ilpp.roa 2 poek.M coll.r., nock pullover Euyeoro with long,SM.L.XL.Wowoo. w ."oiy.lghlloQ'eat.Fashion i ,Scuds,mon d.tlllng..>2 a-and 40.

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District !Court Dissolves

I Profitt Execution Stay


U.S. Magistrate Thomas G. Wilson
Judge W. Terrell Hodges Issued the conducted a hearing in September
stay of execution June 28 1979, one 1979 and Profitt was given a new hearing
day before Profitt's execution, which In state court July 7,1980 where he
had been scheduled for June 27,1979.In was given another chance to show

why he should not be put to death.Profltt's .

had been the appeal denied It adequate was argued representation Profitt- Florida legal case in was that a landmark his death In 1.39, 2.67 SALE PRICC 19.83 pSIce14.83 VELOUR SHIRTS CLASSIC SHIRTS DENIM VEST MEN'S.PAJAMAS
appealed all the to
sentence was way
by his attorney during the trial the U.S. Supreme Court where the WAS)**:* wASaeT ,Notre EAQLI'S 1 V' 6.93 6.94 14.88 6.88
and .
later sentencing phase.A 1888' DISCOUNT
Tool will Two 1-01.|ua>In OHy- DISCOUNT
death sentence was' upheld under 2.88 OUR DISCOUNT PRICE
Florida's new death penalty law. Lion K n.On. pscltps '. IMVM' l Western I k- / loA In .
V-nick long > Long ityto
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stay of execution of death row inmate YOUR
Charles William Profitt by re- Florida Legislature rewrote the law 13.88 : 10.88 = fL' .
it In 1972.:A number of COST COST
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other states have patterned new ALUMINUM 'r .
pus Friday, Nov. 7. e e
However, the order is expected to death. penalty laws after the Florida COOKWAME SET
be appealed to the 5th U.S. Circuit set and have also had their death "
Court of Appeals in New Orleans,. penalty laws upheld' by the nation's
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Hunters Peg 76 Bucks Fall Festival Need After School Help

In Reading orM.thT
set at LEES : .;,

It was a productive first weekend of at Blending. Do you or your club need extra Q _

general season hunting at Camp Blan- In addition 12 year old Ronnie Christmas money? After school help Is now being of- Area Turkey Shoots....

ding this past weekend with 1,559 Homer Jr. of Keystone brought downa Sell your handmade items at the fered in Math and Reading on grade .

hunters passing through the gates 115 pound spike and Billy Joe San- Lake Butler Elementary School Fall levels 1-8 at the R.J.E. Community

Saturday and Sunday and 76 bucks be- ford of Starke had the kind of Festival to be held Tuesday Nov. 25,, Day Care Center on Tuesday v and

ing hauled out. weekend dreams are made of. San- 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Thursday afternoons from 5:00 p.m.

53 bucks were taken by 845 hunters ford brought down a pair of 5-point Booth space in our "Granny's Cor to 6:30 p.m.A Pre-Thanksgiving Turkey Shoots Kingsley? Lake Shoot

Saturday while 23 were downed by 714 bucks, a 4-polnt, a spike and a hog in ner" is still available to Individuals,,. will give sportsmen In the area a

hunters Sunday. Other kill totals for the first three days of the new season. clubs, church and civic groups. chance to put the traditional bird on A series' of turkey shoots will be

the weekend read: 4 does, 6 hogs, 13 Add on a hog killed by his 10 year old Call Carol Barnauskas 431-1511 or qualified staff will be available to the table November 27 without held on 11 dates at Kingsley Lake with

fox squirrels 5 quail 100 cat squirrel son Billy Jay Sanford and the San- Bonnie Whitley 490-8375 for details. work with participants on an In- another strain on the family budget. the first set for Saturday. Nov. 13 All

and bobcat. fords have two freezers full of game. LBES PTO la accepting donations dividual basis for a more satisfying The first shoot on schedule Club will be of shoots will start at:2 p.m. across from
sponsored by Employees
Marlon Denmark oil Keystone and of new or good used Items (no clothing result. Correctional Institute Friday Strickland's store at the junction of
Donnie Wise of Lawtey came out with ) for the Fall FesitivalJunkyard" Lawtey SR-16 and County Road ISA. Shoot
Den- U PICK please This is Nov. 14, at the LWCI pistol
the prize kills of the weekend booth. Items be tutoring program another dates are:
mark downing a 7-point, 193 pound String l_n....W.00 bu. the school.may office provision of Concerned Citizens In Its range, shooting will start at 8 a.m.
brought by elementary
buck and Wise taking a 9-point. 149 ring Container efforts to bring about a better com- and continue as long as turkeys last.
after Monday Nov. 10, or call and furnished.The November 15 16 22 23 0.
pounder. Camp wildlife 1%. mi. oHsmoowSRMJ munity. Ammunition guns are ,
biologist Jim Garrison Blanding said the 193 -' ...Hw" Mints Watson at 496-3560 or Carol public is Invited to participate at December 6, 7, 13, 14, 20,21.

Denmark shot was one of the Barnauskas. For further information call Har- $1.50 per shot. Ammunition will be provided and
largest the taken Anyone wishing to work in a booth'to drick Taylor agency director The pistol range Is located off shooting will continue as long as
if not largest, ever LBES ,
help support please contact
9644794. SR-225. Follow signs. turkeys last.FREE .
Mrs. BarnniiBkni

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Good worklna condition Full or COUNTER TRAINEE ImmodUt' ooonlno' Apply' 'In AND SCHOOL SUP- BRICK HOME on 1.2 ocr. 3 10 1/2 ACRES On
part tlm. .Town end Country Apply In ,,* Oator Auto G4lnef vIt. Nursing PLIES, GIFTSSae Union graded
.whr Saone 3l1S77. Part*.2134 NMf art Straatt : 4000 SW 70M Aw. bedroom 2 both rood. 112.500. sultabla 'for

ASSISTANT Markot ManaQr, FISCAL ASSISTANT. Account EXpE"'INCID! LEGAL! SIMPERIAL, MOUSE now hiring County Times open Mon. fireplace. carp.tad. 1.800 homesite or form. Phone
Mead Immadlataty. Apply In DO._. EMparlanc prfrrdApply tort'. .o..n.nd and hD'ne for th. ChrlBtmai S...... full day and Tuesday 8:30: a.m. .q. feat living or.a. 9'.3728..
Parian: 33$ ME 23 Av*. Eattoat ..ire oiling of m*Clark of nee. .*irv. Salary cornnensutime only. eauiy'In Parson .. to 5 p.m., Wednesday. Ichg I 11/6
Raotmcv Mat Markat Mon-Frf the Circuit Court Alachua Court rat wltn Ml.tv .WM....... PerspireAnn.K bar- 0 30. 150.000. Brook.r 483.1474. 11/27.
9 a jn 2pm .ask for Mr Coo ty Courthoin. Room It2_ Call Mr Sfltomon. 37...5342. It.30. m.. 010. South Main St. closed, Thursday and Fri. 10/9 TFN.
day 8.30 a.m. till noon. FARMIANDI 7 acme at Lake 4 ACRES Highway f'ait'
ACRES LEWIDEi to 9 carrier property SR
Buller .om.highway ''ron.
Mobil. Home. r.osonabl.. 18.000 121 'IS.000.00. Jane S.
tag. by owner
Phone 496-2922. l tpd call Frank at..96-32..7 after U.h.r. 9"2126.. 11113

11/13. 7:30: p.m. 21chg 10/30 11/6. IIchg.

O..UNZI. .. 1772S 1960 BMW ."100"unroof, all t_CAMERO! 1977 MERCUTY MARQUIS 74 OLDS CUTLASS SUPREME 13.20..0 ACRESs nr SRBROUGHAMt
OOO miles, mint' condition.itarao radial *..._. only naact minortatllna Automatic .Ir. AM/FM caarta *. fully loaded. for parI. good .nglo. 2..1. Alachua Hlghwa
toadwd. ....... Call .
CB tll5O/wlll haool 7SOO mlfam tiil In warraiv 30,000 miles, excellent
377->I37 attar Sam. tR4cpder orntlma J7aaf7t7a ty 97600 J77aa7or3773340CMEVilTT.l, rebuilt transmission $200.: owner financing. Jan. S.condition. .
mltavT $3.800 firm. Phone"31-1602.2 tpel I I" Usher 96-212'. 11/13.
79FIAT BMW 7331 1978 ,
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ip ad. 4 door oood condition liner ....._, ftwnroof. Biauvpunltt n.CIIIO ml***. Oroat condition' Phone 752.5458 after 6 11113. ltchg.p.m. .
Good moo 45 000 mil", SMO *trao. ate _._. Call Graat MP O. Air. radio 34OO. 2tchg 11/6 11/13.
Call 3 77.itn>..... S p m. .,.._. "1._'. Student_ 3 71-14 JO Studanf ICIIIOSINI
) ,_ with 55
IMO HONDA Accocd Hatcnbactt URGENTI, Must Mil 179 Mumtano 173 MONT CARLO AutomaT
gallon drum excellent
5 speed. ."1....... ara/fm/c- II. NOW Mlchalin flroa. tc, Pioneer tap dock jnanKwakar i
Oraat .... raw condition 150. John D..r.
*trao W.V5O or bast off or naoo- Infjpactlon Claan.run I
373tai-.._stuOtWdent Viable. Call 375.42oo.7000./._ .pood Ask.... IOOO.JTa-TOM. 1,1 3Ci it; Alin Tractor with tam, equip'

,.7* ALFA ROMEO! Spldar, CORVETTE! FACE CARCuT.lo.rn IV7S HONDA CIVIC 4 *p od. 173 CHCVV Suburban <* ton. s men$975.. Franklin
..c4K>tlonal. automoMI. .._ tanIntsirlor. work.xtorlor a. 'n',,'N. body a, 'Interior ....,_. I.OOOmllo 35O Y'", .tp bumpar automatic )lliimSCS 47ti
air. Roturnlno to UfMv low nmiao fwllv loaded Mini on now Snubn.PocIN' Pow.111,40br.ka... air move Bryant 8 mites north o..
.r.lv S.rlou, lnourl Over w to _Kl4/g.' .,5..... Oct 4351O 377*n>4 n'...,... :392 radio' Good condition |...... ,A Lake Butler on Ernie Bryant
.11 OOO 17S-4339, **Studnrtf liable .1'1-0".31..0" OM2davA.k for Oav SludantASftUMABLsl Call an041911134.7747.10V : 0 u.
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re- ( $125. buffet 145'lolf., /
table and Iwo octagon and

.,. tables$85. double bad 150.
twin bad S4S. bunk beds

.n a. a.1w.. ,tom $125. dinette $65. maplew.a.
a S..i : 1\ tfundle bed chest
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H-1-.canniest, : l w stand 1200. Phone

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A VERY clean 5 .... 141 both _*HAORT NEW 1._ _. ft. Norwaatanbrick. 11113.
moM l_. hare. nice --Bad all fly owner ,In the ...,_, 2100 So. 3 BR. 2 bath fullyqulppd ... COLOR CONSOLE TV1 $150.
SW" .r_ f:17.g00.: 17.100_ no Ft. 4 BR. '"'M N W. XI kitchen.Ir.pl.C..,
aiming cash By oWtW. 7/65611 PI .by appt Wit... _._. many ijjifraj, IM .c."i.- Read the Classifiedstodayl wood bookshelf '45. plaid
BV OWNER 4 .... I....... lerug0 ACRES. :2OO ft. ..*.. BVontaoa, : eggs .sofa and chair like now
..m..., room with fired'.... _..... SRJI w. Putnam Coon NO Closing ca.... 5 on. f/ed.In 1150. lov..at
Cerr- ..... _r." C_ .... 2MO par acra. Tarm Aero kltcMn, b...Iv '......-. fenced Janice 165. black
''n. _..... .-_. Raally Corp Broker tYL4131iber.l4s.. pool U.ooo down vinyl sofa and choir 1125.
flnancod VA appralal.slt UNION COUNTY TIMES
BVOWNfeR: Agents protocfad 3 STAR LAKE LOT SdZSW.asking 17.500. -374O._ chest$35. stove 145. triple
BR/3 bath IMO M ft Woods 1 Neer N.Mhblrla. .. dresser S"5.
496.2281 Phone
01 .rug at S4O3 .w.-.O *n000 ..- NO Remy down for flood_ BV OWNI!". 5 00. I befit In
.owes flnanclr JTofBafn .*/.. 1-.13494.1W1.: : ......-. PrICOd. of...._. AYVBY 752.7961 I'rovldence. IIpd
mabl* MT4 mortfjao. Paymant -. 1113.PERSONAL .
OWNER' NW/ergo SR', 2 2LARGE BEDROOMS *.:KM7.TO Includes tana*a>
*, bock flraplaco at-In-I In Mawbarry Araa Zf-lolg YrN/l I In_...... 4a4O or 3JO.Mft.CORNBR M ,
klfcr*n, laro* lot with teas, 7 3 ton Bard cantral unit. S4Call HELP WANTED prigh froosor $1i5
BUY owm a Profit Later wltn car MJ.WJO J/V74a. Ioc .47>33M afar torn. LOT In HorthwoodOakm .
this walk-In cloMt In, I mattar batn. with badavow=..,3 6R.7 PORCHflS.caroort. IV/O I BEDROCWMCantral I. 3 bBKlroom, ,a bath, flrptac *- SERVICES barstools $35. wood table
room brick llraolac* In 19.1.0 J ac*_ favtoadr rural haf, window air cone-- lit IYIne room. side. *n- w/chalro $150. disk
.,.,. Ill > *. ftJ*.5OO. __ SilO PER W.bkt Port-time $33.
room. 2.300. Doug100 a Son New fibers. wall and wiring.' coning *acatadIn[ Plrburst Iranc an o r.o at
Bu1kWrs. Inc.377-1367 central,.......l.3fOH Park,tJOOO Call 374r..alO. ._ la**Son Botldor*.tnc .n-..*. CUSTOM MADE hom. Webster' Am.tlco' 752:7961: ProD .
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needs ICINOSIZI SOAzdistributors
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notionally to updal. local moiling wllh matching choir.

ashable II.... All ag.. ...perl.ne. recliner on. end table
p'B. advertised Gardeene unn.c..ry. -' Call 373. high chair $20: toys.
L Drop.rl. saw Enter- 1.716..5.5670. IMt. 1590 ml.c. It.m. Phone

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BV..CVCLC tan apoao Jut ,. 5/1/80TFN. FOR RENT
.(r_ Station with round mlr MICE! ACCOROIAM vary oood r I lured MCllnl .TUP*. .70 or CRAWFORD'S-COMMERCIAL FOR SALE
ror .. lldtn0 top Good comHIIont Cmlell/an. IOO. or bt offar. Call oftar J79JCAVE .
G 1SDN .....$.... 4r:>Mf* J/74O3 afar 5 3Q EXTERMINATING COs Sar- ".hlngBt

:t. HEATER! ........- for baler. OLDTRVMPET: t ....r oldcanfly OIVINO drv OBAR suit, manifold ftcubaprorvoulatora. .Inll homes business In' 14 't.flb.rfillall 2411:60: MOBILE HOMfs 3
*..; Antiou 10 Vlctrola. .iooAntfqv ; ". rcondlflond, Cat* .. lackat... Nlhono withtrob Union Bradford 3 Colum- bedroom.- both
." ", S72 Must Mil Incluctad' Mew 35Q. AittlsTHICall 1717 *. ......... tank*. 375-6357. wllS hp Johnson motor central
bio CaunU. 496.3986 Col- heat and iJurnlshed
;370-2113 air
For directions' 41111-34541 and 1016.,, thrust
; KEROSENE HEATER.Ha fan ORGANKIMBALL Swtopar aOtt -COLT CAR-1, coI'! "k_"'.22'1....nU..it/= locI. 7/3 TFN CHG. Mlnlkota Trolling motor 11265 per monlh. un'unloh.'
g and pilot U_. tank. and fttandMO Good condition Rhythm 1 drone. .. h'b..".... bon ..... ,. JO CUSTOM TRACTOR WORKS Ed 1ZOO: par month plus
walnut cablnaf lads '. Galor Tilt trailer
4i6a-27."*. 4pm tocat la'vino r.-m.Oar/W.' FRO 73-51--
ocal.4S4-3342 attar aprr.PEAVy Harrowing mowing and d.pa.lt. Hwy 24... Phone
LAWNMOWER.: Two 77-- AMI. 213 COLT TROOPER MKI/-W7 ffiBriggs blade work. Phone '700 00 2112..826.. TFN 10/16.

SPACE .....,I!... 9000) con*. t.l each* Sfrattan..... puMi 71.* *mowar*lf'proI cabin *MUSICIAN foot *..It."... Orat with with a" barrel.i C.GO xelint' _..cottdlIfon hoi .96.2713 or 782.3029. Call 3 BEDROOM APT.t In Lake
tlon im raflllabf loon on 1 too __... J77.f7. cond'.13Q 3772430: : Studant fr.r. 122S. ..n0-" AA-". 11/13 TFN. 431.164CaH.r4:30: Butler.S I I S per month.
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WANTED Mobile Home Axle
*. Paying the bet price 1971 FIM 133" PICKUPS Air BOOKKEEPING SERVICES 9 FENCING! All kind, hog DO-DROP-IN Bargain HOGSi Call 9645718.. ttpd
W ACRESl Water Oak CrookArea. ACRIACI-9.66 oc. $16,412 lAWTEVl 2BR home $18,000 for good condition axle tinted glass AM/FM Radio years experience In all wire, welded wire, barbwire House. 1250 S. Walnut St.. 11/13.

Near Crawford 17.16 oc. $29,000 10 oc. 3BR home 26.000 3BR 964.8331.91l1lncha Bed rolls Step bumper phase Including taxes and wood. chain link; 964-6740 hat a good selection UNCLAIMED SINCfRi, Future
Rood. S7OO per acr*. Price $20,000 30 ac. $45.000 2Ba. home, 5 oc. owner $3993.00. Terwlllegar government form free estimates. MANNING of used furniture and sewing machine. One of

negotiable. 782-3756.11/6 Some with owner flna. fl,;. 9 3/4% Int. $42.000. FOR RENT Motors, 206 W. Madison 473-7073 after .S P.M. 7/3 'FENCE CO., 473-4832. appliance at all time We Singer's best model DoesIt
2lpd 11/13. 9% Int. Janet M. Starling Janet M. Starling, Realtor 9A4-720O 11/13 Itchg. tfchg Keystone. TFchg M. buy and sell used furniture all without attachment,
LAWT1V ARIA 4'/\' acres on Realtor 7823931. 11/13 782.393I.II/131tchg.: PALMS APARTMENTS Furnished I97 TORINO ELITE: 2 DR KEENS TREE SURGEON CHAIN LINK PENCE- ). 11/6 tfnchg. blind hem, buttonholes,

paved road In country. Itehg." BROOKER.", Wew 3BR. 2Ba, efficiencies and Ion air automatic. 149500. Trimming removal. 14 yr*. material. Do It yourself NEW AND USED FURNITURE stretch stitches, designs

19800. Call 782-3147. ItchgWilderness SR 230t 130 ft. on SRJ30 with fireplace.: Nice lot. apts., weekly or mon Terwlllegar Motors 206 W. experience. Hove 55 ft. and lave. Installation and appliance Porch etc. Originally sold for
III1t Near hospital. Wedge type Near school. VA > no thly. NEW FURNISHED Madison 9647200. 11/13 bucket. Free estimates. available. Free estimates. rocker. BARGAIN over $500.00. Pay alt

lot with 45 ft. an Bestent money down. Close to STUDIOS monthly only. Itchg. Phone 782-3733. 9/25tnchg HondyMan Fence Co. CENTER US 301 South balance due of 141.50

Rd. I 1198 sq. ft. Nice kitchen Gainesville. Bond financing 2313 N. TompleSlorko. PERSONAL BARNES CARPET CLEANING 9648559. TFchg L. 9646679. TFchg cash or take overpayments
Log Homes 3690000. No VIA\ percent Interest TFchg Shampooing and extraction. 'WATSON'S HOUSE OF PLUMBING FIXTURES. win of 12.10 per

An adventure into money down.Call Bob Horrls $3500 down KITCHENETTES One BR SERVICES Living room dining VACUUMS! Many brandsof dows. doors pipes, plus month. For free home trial
elegance. We rustic 964-5533''wriyllme.' payments$419 month. apartments, pool, TV, AC \ room and hall. $2999. new vacuums. Used 10.000 other items now at call credit manager
Home makeLog Itchg 11/13. Call for detail 9645533. utilitiesIncluded.. Totally BILL'S SAW SHOP Complete 12664460. 10/23 tfn machines available. Farts Bargain Center, US 301 376-4467 collect. 11/13
dreams areality. MOBILI HOMISi Why pay Itcha 11/13. .. furnished. Weekly, mon sharpening service. circular WB BUY Williams GOLD. Cash on the and accessories! for all South Starke. TFchg tfnchg.MSO .

more? Buy direct from the 2 BR FRAME HOUSES 386 W. thly rates. TEMPLE MOTEL hand carbide, spot.100 E. Call St. 964-7064.Jewelry, vacuum system 404 NW FIREWOODi White oak. For 1 TOUCHMATIC:
Janet M.Sterling factory. Large selection of Weldon St. Very neat. CornerVlet. 880 N. Temple Ave., chain mower blade hollow 10/16 tfnchg. 10th Ave.. Gainesville, sale and delivery. $10.00 Microwave oven Jeft In
Realtor-Authorlied Storke. 964-7357. ground and boloncod.
Dealer 12, 14' and double wlrfes. 23000. Itpd Phone ., DO YOU NEED CASH I If phone 376-7110. TFchg truck load; $19.00 loyaway. never used. Has
1.904-782-3931-782.3896 9/20 TFchg. leave at Jackson Building you
COMMUNITY MOBILI 11/13. hold the ticket numbers to LIMEROCKi 20 yd. semi delivered Sunshine Acres.SR meat probe defrost cycle.variable .
Homes>Lot.*Acreogelowtey MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE Supply In Starke, Keystone
HOME SALES US 301 the McDonald's loads only. ALLEN E. 16 W. Call 964-7699. 650
Flo. I WANTEDGOOD HOME PARK mobile homes H.lghti'r lake Butler. $5.000.000 power up to
North.Open 9 to dusk. 1 to and space for rent. Phone TFchg silver mine, game we could TAYLOR Lowtey. Phone Itchg 116.PECANSi watts. Full factory warranty.

6 on Sunday. Phone PRICES PAID for used 468-2912. TFchgHOUSEKEEPING ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS hare the, profits: 782-3172. TFchg U-PIck 1.80 111; Party loft area. Assume
HOMES 9648741. 6/5 TFN. mobile homes If mortgage and sleepIng 50,000-232; 4 ,000-237- CYPRESS LUMBER Molt any WaPick $1.00 Ib. Vernon payments of $20.00 per
3 BEDROOM BLOCK HOMES 964-5148 5.000-238; 1,000-242/245: lie available Including Reddish Bayless month. White and
FOR SALE Is 3/4 paid or more. OLiN'S room. TV and Air. Phone or 9647619. Hwy. Sewing
Central heat and fireplace.Ph. MOBILE HOME SALES Underwood Motel 3 miles TFchg 100 silver 248/251. Call mantle pi..... 4"M4"xS'; 9646530. 11/13 2tchg Appliance Center 3527

MOBILI HOMES Landscaped 964-7438. 10/30 4tchg 964-5606. Open 7 days North of Starke on Hwy REMODELING BUILDING Cheryl 782-3924. 11/6 4tpd 1"x8"x8'; Sawdust also 11/20. S.W. Archer Road. Archer

acre: privacy fence; utility. 11/20. weekly., TFchg 301. 10/9 tnchg REPAIRS New kitchen, 11/27. available. Call Stephen ENCORE CLOTHING CONSIGNMENT Square Plaza Gainesville,
3 BR: excellent condition. STARKI 2 BR home WANTED Mobile home axles DOZERS FOR RENTS By weekor bath. family room Brick CHILDREN WANTED Smith 4682624. Hampton. SHOPS has a phone 376-4466. 11/13

Many extra*. $12.500. $".500 3 BR, 2 Ba Home and tI.... Will pick up. day. With or without block concrete. Fireplace Babysitting In my home. 8/7 tnchg. wide selection of high tlnchg.
7823928. 11/6 21chg f P. can. rt/A. 1.800 sq. ft.S,62il OLIN'S MOBILE HOME operator. Have 350 e 450 specialists. Grlffl Con Experienced and caring. AUCTION quality, nearly new clothes TELEVISION-IS" COLORl
11/13. i Janet M. Starling SALES. 964.5606. Open 7 John Deere. 9646938. struction. Phone 473-2108 Call 964-6809. Itpd 11/13. Antiques, furniture, at low budget prices. Zenith console model.

ROBERTS RD. SRI. 4 miles Realtor 782-3931. 11/13 day a week. TFchg 10/23 4tchg 11/13., or 4732578. TFchg HOUSEWIVES home or anyone at glassware bedroom Mans. women and Walnut grained cabinet
CASH fOR COINSi Gold BEL AIR AFTSl Furnished SEWING MACHINES looking to earn extra Suttee, tools plus many
toward prison. 3BR 2Ba: Itchg. cash and chlldrons clothing 238 S. under warranty.
One Ranchette ; silver sterling dental apartment@ Good location. REPAIRED All make compiling more Item Auction every Walnut St. Starke (Food off
fireplace. acre 1N9 HAWK MOTOR HOME selling names 0..1 I dol Repossessed. Pay
GF Bell-Air Apartment, cleaned oiled and od-
gold. scrap jewelry Friday night. 1 mi. south of
VA optical Fair le street fromus. balance due of
no money (Dodge). PS/AT Roof A/C. frames, etc. J.R. Bull- US.3DI South In Lawl.". |uted. $10. Work Send long stamped self- Storke 301. across 186.10
down. Bond Program earning Onan generatSr?fully self- Ington 964.6250 TFchg. Reasonably priced. 10/23 guaranteed. Jame addressed envelope with SautheesternAuction .) Itchg 11/13. cash or assume paymentsof
up to 2700000. 11V\ contained. Good condi WANTEDi Used tools both tfnpd. Strickland' corner Morgan S 1.00 for details to start J. MUST SELL Open Hearth $IB 61 pr month. White
percent Interest. Pliant tion. $6,000. Call 964-5318 mechanic and carpenter CULLIGAN fully automatic Rd. and Hwy 16. TFchg Johns P.O. Box 441, Macclenny Service Living Room Suite, I sofa; I Sewing and Appliance
964-5533 anytime. Itchg or 9648788. Itpd 11/13. Phone 964-8331 or water conditioner $3.75 I BRADFORD SEPTIC TANK Florida 32062. tpd K4'1.5279lltnch" chair; 1 coffee table; 2 end Center 3527 S.W. Archer

11/13 468-1551.9/11 tnchg per mo. Installation extra,. Pumpoutit.n"dential. 11/13. ",, tables: I recllner. $350. Road Archer Square
limited, after. 964-7638. : Commercial. PIANO LESSONS $4.00. FIREWOOD next door to Call 9645824. Itchg 11/13. Plata Gainesville. Phone
,eaq I tfnchg 10/23. and Industrial. Fully licens I one-half hour; qualified Morgan Rd. Baptist LEGHORN PULLEYS 200 3764466.ltl3tfnchg.SAVl .
SMALL HOUSES Furnished ed. Phone 9648121. teacher. Beginners to Church. 10/9 tfn healthy white. Now
I ; TFchg large MONEY. H0f>s and
Keystone Area Ads BR/LR: kitchen a bath. Inside MOTORCYCLE REPAIRS Factory intermediates. 964.8372. CULLIGAN SALT SPECIAL. 80 laying. $2.25 each. Also time. Shop'6114 Do-Drop-

I city limits on US 301. trained mechanic. 11/13 21chg1l/2O. Ib. bag, $3.49. limited of have some older $1.00 In Bargain House for all of
120.00 per mo. 964-5193 US-301 South. 964-6020. WANTED Housecleaning or fer. Western Auto each or will trade for your drapes and spreads.

or..H"9646733. 11/6 2tpd 5/29 TFchg S. 964-8429 babysitting., ask After for Gladys.6 call TELEVISIONCOLORl 9646841. 11/6 tfn. horse hay. Phone Any .1.! .. 1250 S. WalnutSt.

PERSONAL HOMES FOR MISCELLANEOUS 11/13. 9647168. Itpd 11/13. 9646740. 11/6 tfn.
u HomesKeystone Console model under
l6tflU CASH FOR GOLD war. HEATERS Sieglr' with fan. THE DO-DROP-IN Bargain
SERVICES; : CAIN sterling
Height area. ranty. Pay off balance due
Fuel oil. Heats 8 rooms. .Hou... 1250 S. Walnut St..
Lake front property;3 BR, 2 IRECOVERYI! Shop $192.00 cash or take overpayments .
$125.00. After 964 has
HALL. SR-21 Sat. 7 W.Call St. Phone 9648348. 7pm. a good selection
CARPENTBR WORK NSW 3BR 2BA p.m. BA; CH/A All appliances; of 19.20
energy. t # ROOMThe per 9647581. Itpd 11/13. of used furniture and
Sunday, 2-9 .m. Public Invited 11/13 tfnchg.
Remodeling work, kitchen efficient home on wooded p carpets and drapes. Lease.* month. White and
cabinet and trim half-acre lot pavedstreetil tfnchg 12/4 Available 12/1/80. $350 Recovery Room of I ROBERT THORNTON LANDFILLs Sewing 1 ACRE LOT FOR ALEi appliances at all times. We
carpenter. Reasonable CH/A, W/W YARD SALE-3 miles north per month. Call 1.744-2275 lake City local Oist. We have top soil fill Appliance Center 3527 Garage water sewer and buy and sell used fur.
price Call Ed Dempsey c. carpet.$39.900. Swan Lake oH SR-100 on 214-look for after 5 p.m. 11/6 4tchg Archie Tanner Funeral dirt and sand. We do light S.W. Archer Road, Archer elect. 7 mi. NW of Stark niture. 11/6 tfnchg.

4732477. tfnchg 10/2 Estates. Lot 23 located on sign on right. Friday and 11/27. Home drag line work. 9649861. Square Plaza, Gainesville. on SR 229. Whispering 1910 COURIER 14,000 miles
ALCOHOLIC ANONYMOUS SR-26 2 miles east of Saturday 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. DUPLEX APARTMENTS 2BR; OA4.5737 Stnrke. FI. 11/13 2tchg 11/20. Phone 3764466.116 Pine Estate Lot No. 28. 4 speed AM/FM Radio

Closed meetings Monday 8 Melrose. Office on Lot 2. Collector bottles-Mexico stove, refrlg.. $135 mo. $50 |WILL DO LIGHT DELIVERY tfnchg. 11/13 tfnchg. Step bumper 7' box.
p.m. Open meetings Friday Jesse Keen, Builder Import Insulator, bike, security deposit. Call Motorcyclei79 WORK Day or weekend SAVE MONEY Gas and SOFAS Vinyl covered. Excellent S5295.00. Terwlllegar
8 p.m. Alanon Monday 475-2123. 2tpd 11/6-11/13 electric Item and lot of 9647188. Itchg 11/13. .. 9648754. Itpd 11/13. time. Shop at the Do-Drop. condition. $75; set Motors, 206 W. Madison
8 p.m. Alateen Monday 7 other nice thing--- The 1IR ISAi 'OtfAX.&Sr.Smokerlse1 ;: 11 ;. -- EXPERIENCED TEACHER ha In Bargain House for all of of 4 end toblesj$39 andSears" 964-7200.11/13 Itchd.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, New, Wilson'sFlo3tpo .; CM1S4 (Twlit,.llar)& limited openings foe. child and -
p.m. All meetljas 1 ln_ I SuUfvisfcrn your drapes spreads.Ant 7 J hp'. outE]>o'ardH 1979 COURIER] 24.000 mile
I E.rfuccKleruslArildlng, CommOrMy" 40\U\a." } scr.lt.. r 1116-JII,20 near Keystone'ltrBrdafard'' S500V Call 473-2633 days or car.. In my home, 2 meals' sl,...' 1250 S. Walnut motor "$175.: Phone automatic -air AM radio

Crrdrch. tfnchg! aere'Ranc ette on GARAGE EALE-Saturdoy. County. S25O month first 964-6843 nights. Itchg and snack educational 964-6740.. 11/6 tfn. _AT\\-4%139. 'Mad 11/13 Step bumper 7' box
11/6. Deer Springs Rd. Full Nov. 15. Books craft, and last month In advance. 11/13. program and fenced yard. REPOSSESSED KIRBY vacuum $5093.00. Terwlllegar

PRESSURE CLEANING. PAINTING -: electric and cojpplete garage door with all hard. Call 473-3069 after 5 p.m. ... Hampton. References toner, $200( Like now At NEEDEDVOLUNTEERS Motors, 206 W. Madison
and wallpapering. kitchen VA. No money wear odd and ends. Off and weekends.; Itchg ...BOATS available. S22.SO weekly. Young 964-6198. 'i64-7200.1I/13 1 tcha.All .
Phone 4732477. tfnchg down. Call 473-3133 and SR-100 on Immokalee 11/13. Also by day or hour. 11/13. Itchg For Starke Fire Dept.

10/2 ask for Bob Harris. Road. 473-3375. Itpd 11/13 MODERN PURNIS"@DAPARTMENTS IB FT.GLASTRON BOAT 229hp 4681536. Itchg 11/13. Call 964.71 10 I ,*GOLD AND SILVER *.. 1 1or

PLUMBING REPAIRS-larry Itchg 1113.KEYSTONE MOVING SALE-Furnlture, I BR, V-hull. Vinyl top and 964-7116" Al, BEINGBOUG"T -.
Teague Plumbing. CLUB ESTATES household misc. Thursday, carpeted float and A/C: deluxe accessories.Just NOW.
many Office
475-1513. tfnchg 10/23 Only $2499.00 down., Friday and Saturday. Nov. private paved parking; like newt I Call For Rent Sl\IOKEDBIRDS 1 Cash prices for c/o./ ...

CARPENTRY AND MASONRY HV.% Interest. Choose 13. 14. and 15 from 9 a.m. security door and tight Gainesville 3763619. TFN. For The Holidays Ingl. wedding band. gold

WOIK-bulM polios. your lot and floor plane, 2 to 5 p.m. Park of the No children or pet. Call IT GAME FISHER 9M\ hp. November rent free, ample I par k. Take the hurry and and silver rings. coins and
fireplaces, addition, bath Palm, Hebron Ave. .Itpd 964-8269 after 5:30 or apply of laura St. and out or jewelry, sterling Ingots
I bath low a* "11/13 Evlnrude and trailer. $500. lng, corner Hwy. worry your holi.
remodeling, home and $395.00 mo. Expandable. MULTI-FAMILY GARAGE at 830 N. Temple Ave.. Call 533.2?". Itchg 11/13. 100 St k 473-2735 day cooking by order- and anything SI of
tile work. Free estimate Apt. 3.11/13 2tchg 11/20. ar e. similar volu.
Call 473-3133) and ask for STUMPKNOCKERl 1978 Ing your smoked
SALE on SR-100 |Just southof $
Phone 473-4473
during dayor
Bob 11/13. turkey today. Smoked Starke Gold & Silver ....
782-3906 after 5 p.m. Harris. Itchg Friendship Bible Church. W/both; nice clean walk-. Mercury 9.8, lets than 10
4tpd 11/6-11/27 Friday, Nov. 14, 12.4; In closet. Also cute cottage hour; 1978 Gator tilt chicken also available. change, next 10 PlgglV
Saturday. Nov. 15. 94. 4 room and both trailer. Brand new 85 amp WHAT HAPPENED ON TilE DAY Call 964.5787 after 6:00 WlgglV.
Follow the signs. Itchg Nice neighborhood. No marine battery. Many accessories YOU WERE BORN P.M 1141 W. Madison .
CARS yBargains 11/13 children or pets. Call Excellent condItion You ran have a full site: 11/6 3tchg 11/20 0 964.822. ",..

:ea': TRUCKS YARD SALES Saturday. Nov. 9648071. llchg 11/13. an all part ,105 York Times". any dale from Pal8g5Olctopiyheeptriehseen"tNeowr
In The 19. from 96. Garden 2 BR FURNISHED APART payoff. $150 equity. Call only '9.95 postpaid anywhere In the U.S.A.

q"f I.. ,W4'JAG( MIDGET SPICIAL. St.-llrtt: house on left offOrchid. MINTS 414 W. Washington 964-5849. Itchg 11/13. Makes a great gift for YOUNG or OLD for any SI 1.04 BliDCH' 9845534IPM
t lu Ht**!"""" gas mileage, ClassifiedSection tpd 11/13 St. Call 964-8429 after 6 caslan. PEST CONTROL SERVICES
)" -J',ope, and luggage S p.m. Iliad 11/13. YARD SALESAT. Distributed by: J. Johns. P. O. BOil 441. Maceeo-!
t no"t'raII radial tires, low LOSTFOUNDLOSTt Last DUPLEX Unfurnished.Wall ny. Fla. 32063. 01090vot'' The Afastor Killers

,0mleqge., | $2.000.ORD to wall carpet; stove For Positive a.rm.n'Ao.cll Control) Vv70amRks"
:! A SUN.t Nov. IS a 16 '
12'r CRAN TORINO. of theMonitor FEMALE BRITTANY refrigerator. No pets or special senior r-ifiron R.I.0 YESIIHairdrssr q.
'"",Sport., Good lire, good SPANIIL. white with gold children. On Orange St. 10 a.m. tllRar of VACUUM
brm Box.
condition. $1,000. i Call 9648082. $173 Tackle 341 N. Temple.Ave.
.pot*. No collar. Reward. per
"rPhone/ B.: vllchgllla\ off. 4734533. Phone 4733606. or collect month. Itpd 11/13. Itpd 11/13. Want.d SALE La. .n."a __
: 377-4349 or 377-6816. Itpd OFFICE November rent SAT.NOV. Hi Refrigerator NEWS USED PROGRAMMING Small
Call 11/13 free. Ample parking. Corner alf conditioner plumbing Call NuWaves Business Computers or 100 Cl"436 ft. Lots

WANTEDCASH of toura St. 411 Hwy 100 fixtures paint and 96oC.8431 W.flnanc.our own.. home computers program. Restricted for 1850 sq.

Linda FOR SALE Starke. 473-2735. 11/13 miscellaneous Item. 600 I KIRBYS mad 10 your specifications, fl. minimum building
tfnchg. W. Adkins St.'Itpd 11/13. ROYALS Call Tom Gumb.r after 6 size in Bradford County
FOR GOLD sterling At TRAILER 2BR furnished. No HAMPTON LAKES Noon Sat. EUREKAS p.m. 01 964.B696. 11/6
jewelry diamond coins. KENMORE WASHING children or petPh.. 2tchg 11/13.
All day Sunday. 4-famlly
Will visit your home 4732210FOR MACHINE. $25; 78/14 964-881O. Itpd 11/13. tale. Rain shine. APPLICATION$ HooVERS SC1UMO WPSON
garage or
anywhere. brand new tire. $20; twin UPSTAIRS APARTMENTl! Two tools 'All NOW ELECTRO LUX'IIING
Crafts clothes ,
Rlttman. Phone coffee bed, $25; oven. $35. large bedroom, partially TAKIN FILTER QUEENS TOIl
household Items alto son.'
Ifnchg 10/9
Phone 473-4648 after S. furnished: central
Wl BUY used furniture toys, dishes and much SEARS
appliances .
Itpd 11/13 heat/air. Deposit., FOR Jots .35'4' .24 hra.
and aluminum SALE 4 COUCH. CHAIR. ROCKER 9648243. Itchg 11/13. more. One half mile W. off Florida' Tlm..Unlon and COMMERCIAL:: G'vill.377.7". 24 h..
truck topper Phone 175 US301 on Rd. 18. Follow ... lne .
AMP OTTOMAN. $ ; 2BR HOUSES Completely fur Jacksonville Journal W.repair all ma. .
473-4521. tfnchg 10/16 1 TWO ACRES near SR-100 portable color TV. $135; nished. No utilities, $149 signs. Itchg 11/13. the paper '
In Slark.
WORK YARD OR HOUSEwork near Keystone Heights. Duncan Phyla dining table month. route Lowtoyareas. AL
Deposit required. YOUUG'S'W
Phanst%4-5165 Met-
or baby-elttlng. $300 down. 66.84 II
per and chair $ 35. Beasley 964-8243. Itchg 11/13. HELPWANTED
Good reference month. Phone 473-4098 or Bargain, 4734521. Itchg day thru Friday 9 a.m. 10 5 Since 1957

475-1720.4tpd 10/23-11/13 473-4367 alter 6 p.m. 11/13; CARS aTRUCKS p.mr Must I have dopeno 6918 Drilling
SHEEPDOG O* COLLIE- tfnchgll20 1 1 ir T-BIRD SKI BOAT with dob'-' transportation and' ": --.
please call 473-3597. LAKE LOTS AND ACREAGE-- 65HP Johnson motor and NURSING HOME needs fulltime pool, cash. bond. 1tch" 3"WISSS north of
ltchg.1M3 Keystone Heights' owner trailer. $600. Phone LPN or RN nurse, far 11/13. 1".011' US301 Fast Rotary
financed 10 percent interest. 473-3908. Itchg 11/13 77 DATSUN 280Z, S speed,; 4-12 shift. Call 964-6220. 1 Drilling Equipment

FOR RENTUNFURNISHED Lots on clear sand two C60-IS TIRES onhole AC. AM/FM stereo/ 10/9 tnchgCLERICAL
bottomed lake' priced to wide rime like new. $40 $6000. Call Dept of Correction part or full lime Hoot MOBilE HOME .... t!.1L.ICIENSED.

NEW' 3BR.2BA sell, from 9000. One to each two 6-hole 14" rim; Mr. Shufard, opportunity from homo Bradford Reffe ra's INSURANCE -
five lake 431-1212.10/9 tnchg working with mall. No experience Pum.F.S
heat pump; fully acres overlooking two S-hole-13" rims; one !
carpeted half-acre lot .(access" available) with Aram Id radial tire. 71 CHEVY CONVERTIBLE. required. For Information Mini I Storaze SERVICES.HOMEOWNERS -
01 //ce" from S3.SOO. Excellent condition. CallFriday send stomped
with room for garden.. trees P-165/79 R13: one POLICIES Now & Used
year 1 lease $329 month. $300 down. $50 si month. .,.,.a/phono console. thru Sunday noon. self-addressed envelop 1 WiV 100 el Laur. 8L 473.4340 AT

First, lost deposit lot 6. Commercial frontage-- $25. Phone 473-401O Itchg 79 933-2474.PlitsilRO.A/C.. 10/23 DYN-NAR Enterprise P.O. alarke. REASONABLE RATES S8Ies-Plrts-SelVlc.
investment PB/PS; Box 36, New Brunswick
Swan lake Estates,; opportunity. 11/13 NOW --
Melrose. for appointment; SR-21N. Owner-salesman. NSW ROCKER RECLINER. AM/FM stereSSI; low .N.J. 08903. 10/9 6tchg 2Ol"M .;Uerm 9__
473-4379. tfnchg 10/2 mileage; small equity and 11/13 RENTING .' e'Storagl
475-2123. 11/6-13
2tchg 473-3781 Itchg
IBB MOBILE HOMI--I! AKC DOI.ItMANI..Top green.11/13 take ever payment NURSE ASSISTANTl Needed Units' Reoalft of Major Home.Sales'' Plumbinn

furnished no patio $179 quality only. You are Invited 96414 142.', 11/06' 2tchg full time In dories office. Electric Appliances FREE ......... ._ 71.
per month. Phone 'G_'! to visit our kennels.' 1976 11/13 Days only No weekend, I $ .DO lil 111104 up 8"'no Oradford Clav Phone New Inatallatlon.
Reese Realty 473-7076 or' 473-1228. Chrysler' Call 473-4712 or 964-8206. ee4.5608
473-7031. 11/13 MACHEMEI3TER DOBERMAN product. Fully loaded. 11/13 JKhg I/SO. 1473.2735 Counties Remodeling R.pll's'
Ifchgj. Elaine M. Olin
1BBJ HOUSE on take, rfnchg 10/2 Assume payment Call MAtOi full er part lime. L.wr.nc.8Ivd. Keystone' Age, 4tIf ...__. __.
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Geneva Completely fur1 UCK TOPPERS-I99. with 964-6365 or 9646553. Itpd Please call after 6 p.m. -
J6" side windows, with 11/13. '782-3332. Itpd 11/13. P.Y .
nl hed. Phone 473-2459. } This, Space .
Hnehg 11/13 co bubble windows, $229.
Beastly Bargains.473-4521. ReservedJustforyoul wagon. 3 seat* Call Job opening Nov. 2O 1980. FILVe LIMERDCIt PUMP
'.SMALL IBB; furnished tfnchg 11/6 964-9318. Itpd 111/4. Far more Information .
house on Silver Sand ,Sit, IDA Ihll MOBILE 197B DATSUN PICKUP 4 please, contact the Florida a
Lake. Cant. air; carpeted. HOME-on fenced lot In Need Help* peed air- AM/FM Radio State Employment office at DOZER WORK SUPPLY
Will rent for $16S ,mo. Statement Salef ." .
Sunrise' Park. Deeded access $3999.00. Terwlllegar 209 W. Call Street Starke.
rent with option or. tell.' to two lakes/ Completely ..NeedAJot'C..lffed Motor 206 W. Madison 11/132tchg 11/20. Septic Task InstaliatiCRs COMPANY

Call 1-737-5117.' }Itchg "'mi....... Selling Ads 964-7200.il/l3ftchg. I MAJOR"' APPLIANCE .
\/13. due to .health 471-7107. Get Result IWS OLDS WAGON loaded SALESPERSON No experlerxe -** '' \\:3"J.. .
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3tthg 11/13-11/27 clean car w/62,000 mile necessary but Cnmr-mv-2 B
N IINI' FREE Brad,", $ I 495.00..T.rwlll.gar must be aggressive' wild. : LL: ..ali. Temple Ave.
Forgot PUPPIESNewfewndlandDeberman T..r.pIt' Motor 206 W.- Madison mature adult with a I. i
Deadline forClassifinI ml* call 9647200. 11/13 |tchg. minimum earning require-i ,,9&4-6750 Starke Fla.
I I. 473-3344 llchg" 11/13 144-63105 merit of$300. Call 964-7701 -----
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