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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 20, 1980
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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>.
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$4," million budget for fiscal $235,000 last year to'$392,300 for the Mayor-Commissioner Charles ,
i ; *'JO-81,an increase! of$805.471 over last coming year. Fuel oil costs were put Schaefer stated he was selected by !
year was unanimously, approved at $107,309 last year but $118,900 for the board as the city's representativeon
r:::;: faraday night.Nov. 18, by the Starke 8041. up some 10000. the chamber's board of governors. ,', ,
city commission by adding money to"sstimatea Gas Department expenditures are Veteran commissioner Vernon
( of utility revenue estimated to be up $125,000, from Silcox: said the city was donating "
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-..' : Every city employee got at least a $219,124 last year to$344,304 for fiscal $4,900 to the chamber when he came
,t'.,. nine percent pay Increase upping the 8081. There la a $119,000 increase on the board nearly 10 years ago and
entire city payroll to $1.4 million. listed for natural gas purchases,from has been donating the money for r.
Clerk Merrill Edwards said Wednesday $121,000 to $240,000.Interfund many years.the f!
'. he has no idea what the new pay budgetary tranfers, taking "I City of Starke should ,''
'package costs. funds from utility revenues to donate the money which will help the .!
... : The council was presented a make bond issue payments Is also up chamber to operate,"Silcox said.The i\
,. ..' balanced budget! by Clerk Merrill Edwards $210,000, from $410,877 last year to chamber does a lot of little things that 'I
ttl r r at the final budget hearing two $608,297 In fiscal 8081. help to make the community a better
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weeks ago. The $4,500. the city gives The new budget reflects a decreasein place to live Silcox added."I .
the Chamber of Commerce was the federal revenue sharing funds have no problem with it,"Milner
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; :, only item questioned but that stayedin from $84,998 last year to $77,064 for then replied. The money was left In
the budget fiscal 80-81. Both houses of the U.S. the budget.After .
The new budget totals $4,430,502 for Congress have approved revenue the board went over the
the budget year Oct. 1, I960 to Sept. sharing funds for three years, one of budget page by page, Milner's motion
30, 1961. an Increase from $3,623,031 the few actions the lame duck session to adopt seconded by commissioner

.. ,last, year. has seen so far. Travis Woods, was passed
,'.. Projected revenue In the $1,040,971 One item seeming to create some unanimously.
." General Fund was increased $57.186. Interest among the new city council
Utility system revenue estimates, was annual$4,900 appropriation to the
gas, electricty, water, and sewer service Chamber of Commerce. Commissioner drier
,was Increased to$3,311,967 from Bob Milner, Jr. questioned the aIirilowts
$2,556,728 last year;, an Increase' of expenditure at a meeting last month.
.65,239.. r Milner requested that a represen-
By departments the new budget expenditures tative from the local chamber be present
are generally up, but ad- at Tuesday's meeting but no one
ministration went down over.$4,000, from the Chamber showed up. t
from$250,671 to$246,286.The .
new Fire Department budget Is

UP $11,000 from $129 687 to $136,627. Rep. Williams ,
The council asked about the $11,823
I of assistant fire chief Claude
salary .
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'. ': ,' a Mine percent) Increase. Edwards -" 'ViceChairmanOfFinanceTax !
Crazy Hits iii!Sba ks.., said the$11,823 figures reflects

I I Kicking up their heels after being judged winners of the Tammy left wears the'most unusual l hat. The most a nine percent Increase over Hardee's
Hat and Sock Day at BUS Monday are l-r) Tammy school spirit award went to Kathy center. Clara, right. salary before he was promoted to
Mersey. Kathy Gllllnghara.. Clara Johnson.McGee had the most unusual socks.. assistant fire chief.
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THURSDAY. NOVEMBER
The Police Department budget Is up
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x from to HOLIDAY COUNTRY BAZAAR i
some $8,000 going $275,358
State Rep. Frank Williams,
includes Comprehensive 7 a.m.*4 I
$283,087, but a $6,900 p.m.
Lake in for
a
TrainingAct D-Crysta was sworn Methodist Pelluwshlp Hall I
Employment
fifth term Tuesday Nov. In
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! i (CETA) position which has not Tallahassee with the other members let alsoSOUPCHILI 1
LUNCHEON
been funded.
of the Florida House and was named
Recreation gets about $3,000 more 11 a.m.1 p.m.-*1.SO
vice-chairman of Finance and Tax
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in the from to
, new budget, up $68,277 Committee by new Speaker Ralph t
$71,054.' TORNADO WHIRL
Sanitation and trash collection Haben D-Palmetto. BHS Stadium l
Williams has served on the commit .
'. costs are up over $31,000, from Crowning ol New Queen .'
tee for the past eight
years. .
7i30P.M.FRIDAY. :
to $169,806.
err $138,218 "This Is one of the most prestigiousand .
Garbage collection costs are up of the moet powerful committees
+r one
from to NOVEMBER 21
over$3,000, $28,143 31309. in the legislature" Williams
r i Street and highway maintenance HOMECOMING PARADE
cats Including a lltUe new paving says.Rep.
11IG".M.
Steve Palclc, D-Jacksonville,
d went up over $28,000 from $96,951 to Begins at High School
,1 was appointed chairman of the com-
S { .. 1128 442 Major Increase la a $20,000fund mittee."I ...** *
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I for street work using Inmate am really encouraged because BHSFDOTBALLHOMECOMING
labor.:
.. Haben's slowing things down,"
Water Department expendituresare
Williams says. "That's just what we BHS vs Fernandlna
'" up Just over $1,000, going from need." ':00 P.M.-BHS Stadium
$90 71S to$91.785. Williams In call to the
dot a telephone
of the Is
sewer
operating plant SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 22
Telegraph after he was appointed to
-, I -. -- -- up some $21,000, going up from the committee, stated that Haben Is TURKEY SHOOT10:00a.m.1e5300p.m.
$111,464 $132,190.Operation limiting the members of the house to ",

In Action... Juniors Slaving Away... Electric Department of the power.is up plant$393,840 and eight session bills of to be the Introduced Legislature In the which next Next Edwards to Armory Road I I

BH8 senior Eddie McGee stuffs Junior Class members work hard Tuesday night readying their float for FrI- going from $1,715,548 to 2109388. Anew starts next April. Proceeds for Charity ( r
napkins Into chicken wire mesh one day's homecoming parade.Just about quitting time, the entire end of the float, $13,111 position of line foremanwas For the first time In Senate History Sponsored by OatorlandCBClub ,
of hundreds of students who use where the girls are standing collapsed. created. Major Increase .Is fuel committee appointments were not an-
thousands of napkins to make Slaving away are (l-r) Becky Sapp, Angle Hlgglnbotham.Barbie Wilts,Janet costs purchased electric power are nounced by the Incoming Senate
homecoming floats. Maybe It won't Jordan, April Rooney. Mel Parrlsh Valerie Brown junior princess Sybil up. The city paid $669,550 to purchase president. Sen. W.D. Childers of Pen- MONDAY NOVEMBER 24
rain on our parade this year. Kelley.and Mrs. Lane.HOMECOMING.. electricty from Florida Power & sacola. BRAO"OROCOUNTYHOSPITALAUXtLIARY
Light last year, but that figure Is up
The committee that has gotten the
for 8O-61 to 840000. Naturalgas
$170,000
most Ink during I960 is the Corrections Regular Meetlng-4 p.m.
purchases are up $159,000 from Committee. Haben appointedRep. Western Steer Steak House
t FEVER James Ward of Fort Walton ....... ..
Beach to be chairman of that committee BRADFORDCOUNTYHospital

replacing Rep. Arnett Girardeau Board Meeting _
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I Tornado Whirl Early DeadlineFor of Jacksonville. Girardeau received: 4M P.M. : ,
it Tonight Will Kick Off Celebration
ThanksgivingBecause .no 'committee leadership positions ...... ,.
under the new house administration. MEN'S BASKETBALL MEETING ,.
Homecoming fever has lasted all week and will explode School are being asked to participate In the parade by the Thankslvlng holiday will Girardeau's former panel after an 7 P.M.-old Armory

tonight (Thursday. Nov. 20)) in Bradford High stadium paying $3.00 to enter a car In the parade ride in a car or next Thursday be In the the mail Telegraph Wednesday' ,eight-month study recommendedthat '
with the crowning of one!, of five BHS coeds as 1980 queen. ride on a float., This money will be put In a special fund to Nov.have 28 to, to be delivered before the Gov. Bob Graham fire Depart- TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 15 ",

Tornado Whirl, the annual BHS homecoming celebration help defray costs of the class or club of the donor's choice long weekend. ment of Correction's: Secretary LouieL. STARKB PLANNING ,

: starting tonight at 7:30 p.m. will set the stage for afootball for next year's parade. Therefore, the Telegraph will be Wainwright. and Zoning Board! I
battle Nov. 21 with the Pirates of Also finish floats In time for Friday's parade next week.The 7)311 p.m.-City Hall ,i
Friday night, students published a day early ...... I
and
the those
are who into
parents can be talked
Fernandina Beach.A will be put together Tuesday Inside.
paper -.
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>>unit homecoming parade Is set to begin at 1:10: p.m. helping. With years of experience under their belts the and In the mall to subscribers BRADFORDCOUNTYZONING "
wind through downtown Starke from BHS on seniors and their parents were way ahead In float Wednesday. Two Sections BOARD Meeting '

Washington Street to 301, turn south on 301 to Call Street, preparation early this week.Freshman and their parents Early deadlines will be soon Moo- SECTION Ai 7.>.M.p.m....
turn left on Call to Thompson Street, turn right on Thompson had and had much time time after this and day. Nov.24, for both classified and News..............Pages 1AA1A
to Madison Street, turn right on Madison and go westto that, a more difficult actually getting display advertising.News School Lunch Menus....Page 2A HEILBRONNSPOSVFDMeeting7M t,-..
Orange Street and north on Orange back to BHS. started on their float. for the Nov. 25 edition shouldbe Correaponclenc....Page 1AA3A: P.M. t
BUS students have participated In a special activity In the Telegraph office as early Editorial..,.. ....... ,Page 4A McCarthy's Garage
The homecominllootbaU shapes as a real battle each ......
game up day of this homecoming week. Monday was sock there will be' Turkology Con..t..A
was Monday as possible s.
with the visiting Pirates 5-4 and favored.Bradford's 2-7 hat day Tuesday was dress up day. Wednesday time to set the type. The Telegraph Society..... .......Pages SA-tA LAKE BUTLER ELEMENTARY'.
Tornadoes are winding up one of their worst seasons In western wear day, today Thursday. Nov. .) .is a day of caaaot promise to get articles In the Football Contest....... ......HA School Fall Festival
,history and have been struggling. mourning for the visiting Pirates when everyone .Is supposed : that arrive at the office Sports.......Page 'A.IIAADA Lake Butler EI_.School5Mp.m.7iMp.m.: .
Tornado Whirl will include skits by each BHS class to dress'In black and wear black arm bands. .later newspaper than 9 p.m. Meaday. The staff Legate Real ..........Page7A I
music by the BHS inarching band which received a Tomorrow (Friday. Nov. It) .Is school spirit day. with needs all the early copy It can get the SECTION Bi ,
superior or top rating recent contests In Jacksonville students wearing scarlet and gray the school colors and first thing Obituaries..............Page 4. ;
cheering the BHS cheerleaders.' Crowning of the 191JO.11I chanting "Beat Pirates" during class changes. Two Mond.ylllOl'lLln"Th.. Editor News Briefs..,..... ....,......soClassitteds..4 6ewe -- 'A
homecoming queen will be final event of the night students displaying the most school: spirit will receive free' ,..Page 4B47BOutside. ,
One of five BHS senior coeds nominated by their senior pa the homecoming game, > ((904)782-3931: .
|classmates. and elected by the entire student body Becky Game night activities start with an alumni coffee and HOMO. ton ACMAOIAUTHCII7ID '

I Cooper, Tammy Baldree Beth Starner. Chris.Hamilton cookies get-together at the BHS cafeteria at 7 p.m.Senior ... DIAL ,
[I and Melissa Mayo will be the new queen. football players. will be Introduced: at 7:50 with kickoff: at S j
"Each la a very fine young lady. Each Is exactly the p.m. : Bradford County received: a one-Inch average rainfall during' the. week
type of students we'd all like to home for a homecoming At halftime' homecoming queen and her court will be Nov. 11-18 with most of It coming on Friday and Sunday. =
queen,"says Principal Jim Duncan. : presented to the fans. Any former-BHS homecoming It was the first rain for the month of November following' a dry i
Nobody but Principal Duncan knows who the queen .Is, queens whoillpalsobs I themselves to Vice-Principal Charles September and October. _,
(I and be has been rushing to finish counting the votes this Thomas t ecogniz 4 Forecast for Friday through Sunda with. warming and. Cold, Hwy 301 N. P.O. son I2Mlowtoy.
A after sponsored by the Junior Class .Is was forecast for Friday and Saturday a per f I. 3205S
I This year..for the first time,alumni of Bradford High scheduled game, .. cent chance of rain on Sunday 1r r

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.r. .,.T ::1'r..::''i'i.r. Mrs. O.J. Boyette and family on Sunday Emory!: Eunice of Gainesville spent'1from ::
,'! _. ... : Wednesday until Saturday with-.
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::1i. "'" ... I '; Mr. Larry Hutted of Tampa spent Friends of Mrs. R.H. Fetch regret his grandparents, Mr. and

= ,1i .f. 4" /7Iry ..( :the week with Mr and Mrs. D.C. to learn that she had to go back to Harold Eunice. Mrs. Emory Eunice
Darlene and Deron came for him. =:
Brown and daughter Shawna. Bradford County Hospital on Sunday'
:t. ; Miss Rosa Blanchard had the morning Mr. and Mrs. Truman Norman:::::

misfortune to fall out of her wheel Friends of Mrs. Myrtle Vanzant spent the weekend with their son.-
chair on her face Thursday night and regret to learn that she Is a surgical Reggie Norman of Gulf Hammock.Mr. .
received several small bruises on her patient in St. Vincent's Hospital. Robert Lee and his sister, Mrs.:
forehead. Her} sister, Miss Arthurine Room 211. She was operated on Tuesday Hazel Dubose of Deoatur Ga..w;
Blanchard and Mrs. Hubert Priest Nov. 18. Our prayers are with. celebrated their birthday dinner Sunday :r'
visited her on Saturday afternoon and night at the Kapok Tree Inn in-

found her real cheerful. her.Mr.. and Mrs. Franklin Starling and Clearwater and Monday at Busch_: ,
Mr. and Mrs. Boyce Chastain,Sr.of family of Brycevllle were Sunday dinner -' Gardens In Tampa. They were ac---
Port Hope Mich. are spending some guests of their parents, Mr. and companled by Mrs. Jeanne Lee and.:
time with their son and dau ter-in- Mrs. Fleam Starling. Mr. Laurie Dubose. -5.
law, Mr. and Mrs. T. Boyce Chastain, Deepest sympathy of the community Mr. and Mrs. Henry Smith and Mr.'.
Jr. and family. Is extended to Mrs. Wyolene Day of and Mrs. George Smith of Jacksonville -
Mrs. Ralph Wise Mrs. Ethel Nor- Jacksonville and Mrs. D.R. Brown attended the 81st birthday dinnerof
man, Mrs. Diane Gault. and Mrs. and other relatives, because of the Mrs. Mamie Tlson.of Lions.Ga.,at
Viola Crews met at Starke Elemen- death of their mother, Mrs. Lucille T. the home of her daughter. There were
tary School and went in cars to a Food Ivey who passed away early Saturday about seven brothers and sisters and
Dressed tO a T... Service Associations! Meeting at morning. Our prayers are with other relatives there. There were also
Maria Darley l-r) are winner of Tuesdays Best Dressed Marlon High School, Ocala, on Satur- them. nephews and nieces, about- 30 presentIn
Reginald Morris Elmer Davis Khandlce Stroud. and Contest.! day.Mrs. Mrs. Barry Watts spent the all.

Marian Hall of Jacksonvillewas weekend with her sister, Mrs. Gene
a Saturday overnight guest of her Biles, of Miami. Mr. and Mrs. Granville Anderson of
1 Alvarez to Address B-U RealtorsJimmy Union sister Mrs. O.J. Anders.Mr. Col. and Mrs. Wm Wilson went to St. Augustine spent !Sunday afternoon
MeetingsSet and Mrs. D.C. Brown and
with Mr.
and Mrs. Ronnie Dyer of Patrick Air Force Base Yacht Club
Alvarez,property appraiser Thirteen realtors and associates Rldgewood are the proud parents of a for the Military Civilian Council on their daughter, Shawna.Mr.Other and guestsfor Mrs.
for Bradford County, will explain the completed "orientation" recently at son, born Nov. 4 In Shands Hospital. Thursday. They stayed with Maj. Sunday dinner were
new homestead exemptions to the the Holiday Inn In Starke. Vernle Friday Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Gen. David and Mrs. Jones for the Henry Smith's foster children: Rhonda Mary
Anderson Lisa Stephanie
Bradford-Union Board of Realtors Odom education chairman, was in Mrs. T. Boyce Chastain. Paternal weekend. ,
Inc. tonight (Thursday. Nov. 20) at a charge of the event. She was assistedby Doug Spears president of the Correctional grandmother Is Mrs. Earl Owens of Mr., and Mrs. Fleam Starling at- and Mrs.Michael Wendie Starling.Smyth and Elizabethand
7:30 p.m. dinner meeting in the Keystone Heights Realtor Eugene : Officers local union #2848 Orange Park. tended the funeral of their cousin,Mr. -
The Bennett Family Reunion was Gordon of Raiford Saturday.Mr. her girl friend Leigh Stockton, of .
Garden Restaurant In Starke. Reese who spoke on "The Realtor'sCode announced a special meeting Friday, O.B. on :
All realtors and realtorassociatesare of Ethics," and by Starke at- Nov. 21, at 8:30: a.m. and 7:30 p.m. at held Sunday Nov.. 9, In Hilliard. and Mrs: John Agular Mrs. Jacksonville, were guests of their ,_*
urged to attend by Mrs. Cecelia torney J.J. Wolbert whose topic was the Holiday Inn US-301 north In Hosting the get together were Mr.and Elva Cantrill, of Jacksonville, Mrs. grandmother Mrs. Mabel Boyette. r:.
Terwillegar president for I960. "Contract For Sale And Purchase." Starke. Mrs. Joe Dyal and family.The settingfor O.J. Phillips, Danny, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wilson and Ray 3
the reunion was the Hilliard Bill Gaskins and family,Mr. and Mrs. Wilson spent the weekend here. sr
Recreation Center with the 53 guests Oscar Carter, Mrs. Lois Carter, Mrs. Robbie and Phillipd Carter-:

M i It L I H i 1 111111 Community Newsby I 111 r III I I I J enjoying food, fun and fellowship. Nella Carter and children, Mrs. celebrated their birthday Saturday .:;Z?
There were three generations of Beulah Norman of Lawtey, Mrs. afternoon with a wiener roast along ?r
decendants of Richard and Hettie Gladys Green Mr. and Mrs. Richard with 6 little friends at the home of :::;i

Elizabeth G.Walker CHURCH ACTIVITIESFirst Pisgah for another conference year. Lang Bennett. A good time was had Carter and son Matt Mr. and Mrs. their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. j
Phone 964-6683 Born Church of The Living The members are very grateful. .byali.Friends. Shad Starling and daughter, Donna Rowel Prevatt given by their ::::Smother
God: A two week revival will begin( Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning of Mr. Lonnie Te ton are Robert Martin, Mrs. Jewel Reddish of Mrs. Betty Cavanaugh. S
Dell Chapter 168 OES: will have a Monday, Nov. 17 and continue thru Worship 11:30.: Rev. F.S. Scatchel will happy to learn that he Is improving Starke, Mr. and Mrs. S.W. Rick of Hostesses were Miss Amy Dowling of J:::l
called meeting Thursday, Nov. 20, at Nov. 28. There will be two teams par- hold the first quarterly conference of right along. Tampa, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Irv- Starke Donna and Paula Thornton i=3
7:30 In the Masonic Hall Brownlee Friends of Pastor and Mrs. David Ingham Don and Carrtebelle Miss and Miss Pam Austin. They all had a S3
on ticipating In the revival, a team from the conference year at 4 p.m. All ,
Street. All members are asked to attend Jacksonville and a team from members_ are asked to cooperate. Brown regret to learn that their son,. Gertie Hilliard Mr and Mrs. Jim wonderful time. Games were played :5J'
Business of vital Importance.The Gainesville. Services begin nightly at Tim, of HiUville, Va.. is Ill at this Hilliard of Valrico. attended Miss and all won prizes. -
help of everyone Is needed. 8p.m. The public is Invited. time. They plan to go there on Mon- Debbie Phillips reunion and her 86th Mrs. Jean Wilkerson of Ocala spent :::
Concerned Citizens will hold their The annual assembly was held In day to see him. birthday dinner on Sunday Nov. 16, the weekend with Mr.and Mrs. Rowel =;:

monthly meeting Thursday, Nov. 24, Jacksonville Nov. 10-15. Elder Gary. Mr. and Mrs. O.J. Boyette Jr. and at the Civic Center at Lake Butler. Prevatt.Mr. j
in RJE cafeteria at 7:30. All membersand Cohen and his wife were reappointed family were Sunday dinner guests Mrs. Harold Eunice and her sisters, ::-
citizens are invited to the for another year. The members of the t Nov. 9 of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Mrs. Llnnle Harris, Mrs. Pansy and Mrs. M,D. Crapse. Sr. and
meeting. Starke church welcomed Elder Cohen Burkhalter of Valdosta, Ga. While Knight and Mrs. Bonnie Padgett of Mr. and Mrs. Gary Wheeler spent
and his wife back. there they also visited friends. Maxville, visited their brother, Mr. Sunday with their son and daughter-
Kendall In-law, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Crapse _:3 a
VISITINGMr. Antioch Church Bryan and Christina Tommy Godwin in Gainesville on
Thursday
Baptist : ,
and Mrs. Linwood Crawford 7 pm. Prayer Meeting and Bible Mobley spent the weekend with their Sudnay afternoon and family of Jacksonville. The occa- SL.
had as weekend guest their daughterand Study Saturday 6:30. The Union Choir grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Miss Deborah Wilson of Miami sion was to celebrate Athena Crapse's :=
son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Hurbert will rehearse. All members are askedto Camp.Mr. spent a few days with her uncle and second birthday and Mr. M.D. 2tt
Burney of Jacksonville. attend. Sunday School 945.: Morn- and Mrs. Don Bovette and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Roberts. Crapse Sr.'s birthday. ;;

Thanksgiving Program: There will Ing Worship 11 a.m. At 3 p.m. the
be a program presented Thanksgiving -
Choir will participate in the Choir
night at 7:30. The public Is Invited. Union In Putnam Hall.

Proceeds will go toward completionof Mt. Plsgah AME Church: Rev. Ms. ESTABLISHED 190
the center. Calvin has been assigned to Mt.
OVER tso STORES
11RY1MG THE SOUTHEAST


I Hampton Hilightsby

Bgt.lit Class Leroy Thomas
The Secretary of the Army has
Dolores Meng .have made homemade stoves and reposed a special trust and confidence j y, r

Phone 468-1911 tools at their meetings.At : In the patriotism valor fidelity t ( in v
this investigue the two troops and professional excellence1! of People Who } { }
Senior Citizens will split up Into two Leroy Thomas Jr. Carol I I a rG t.
The Hampton Senior Citizens Club interested in more Information, In view of these qualities and his i V
will hold their meeting on Friday, please call the ladies. demonstrated leadership potentialand w I
Nov. 21, In the City Hall at 2 o'clock.All dedicated service to the U.S. Ar
55 and over are welcome to join in Hampton Lake my.' he Is therefore promoted from
the fun there! Marching Contest "Staff Sergeant" to "Sergeant First
The Bradford County Marching Class" Leroy Thomas Jr.
Condolence Band was awarded the State Superior Leroy Thomas. Jr. Is the son of Mr.
Sympathy Is extended to the family award in ceremonies at Gainesvilleon and Mrs. Leroy Thomas Sr. of III
of Thelma McDaniel whose husband Nov. 15. Among those from this Starke. He Is a graduate of the old
died last week. area who contributed to attaining this RJE High School In June. 1967. He
Friends of Mrs. Clarice Adkins will award were Brian Clark, Teresa and his family are presently stationedat 4; G !
be sorry to hear that he cousin, Bauldree D.J. Riddick and Lisa Fort Richardson Alaska where he +
Harold Prlester a former Lake Gilbert. Congratulations) serves as an Air Defense Artillery ,_
Butler High School Principal, died in Platoon Leader He was promoted to
Del Ray Beach on October 13. Happy BirthdaysMr. E-7 on I November 1980. J
and Mrs Edward Clayton, Mrs. w
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Birthday CelebrationsOn Lynda Baker, Alicia and Nicole, Mrs. "> >. !
Nov. 5 Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hall Kerry Baker. Angela. Edward and American Ltg'ioivJlilxllltary' Unit /'I v

hosted a dinner in Gainesville for Chris Meng were among those attending 314 will hold ill monthly''neetlng at 6
Mrs. Evelyn Vaughan in celebration the Bar-B.Que at the James Grlf- p.m. on Dec. 2.'All members are ask-

of her birthday. William Lahn was fis home in Graham Saturday night. ed to please come"oui and off time., (.: i TAkM
also a guest. The occasion for the celebration was Ebeiener Baptist Cb.r V -Choir Ana
Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hall were the birthday of Danny Griffis who was No. 1 of EbezenevwUl observtf their "
treated to dinner last Saturday even 25 on Nov. 15, David Griffis who was anniversary FridayJNov.: 21,'sit 730; ,
ing at the Waldo Trading Post 23 the same day, and Steve Weiss- p.m. All members Ir 9!invited I to F= *

Restaurant for the birthday celebra- inger who had his 25th birthday on cooperate with w thla activity. The ...........,...... ., ,. ADDITIONAL ITEM '
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tion of Mrs. Hall, who had her birth Nov. 16. Besides oysters, roast pig, public Is welcome4Sunday School ...... :!'--,--- -. -- .._...... : r AVAILABLE TssoueisMlt -
day on Nov. 16. The birthday cake baked beans,and other delicacies, the 930. Prayer Meeting and Bible Class '. ,;;;: ._ tried .. # >r+r..;-.7"-- ,, 111 N .2,. NM BCaa.R..OC It 4
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served for dessert proclaimed, large group were treated to a huge Thursday, 7pm.: ... E-= = ...U .=:::: tNN MMN .OT.11>all ,
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"Happy Happy Birthday Birthday Lillian to !Zina Beth decorated birthday cake. New Bethel Baptist Church: Sun- w. ..'u.'tJYC.-:;:::'b.U:0...:_ ::. : K.: ....:.:a .1---J.l ..N Ire..M"r..u., M r.rww
day School 10 a.m"l\Ioi1fnllVonhlp\ '" -
Young. who was 13 on Nov. 191! FTD Meeting 11 a.m. All members are asked to attend 1\---'iir"' : ,='"" "C.r--1 Ma-'Y rrMa.M. 1 13.3

ol Jacksonville the Fellowship W Churches at 3 GI>.INea ,IMNt
VisitorsMr. Joyce Meng visited her family, Mr. pm. at Mt. Moriah United Methodist .
and Mrs. Claude Garbett of and Mrs. Paul Meng Sunday and Church. Evening Worship p.m.\ .
Boston Ga., spent two days recentlywith Monday. She spent Saturday and Sun- Pleasant Grove United Methodist
their friends Mr. and Mrs. day at an FTD Designer's Meeting In Church Sunday SchooHonly. Church
Gerald Adkins. Clearwater. Joyce is employed as a service will be held on the first Sun
florist In Orange Park. day. Education day next Sunday

John GraduatesMrs. To Whom It May Concern: There 1
Cassia Cooper and her Hampton Elementary School will be a clean up day Nov. 29 for the
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Riddick. Thanksgiving Holidays cemetery in Pleasant Grove.
attended the graduation of her husband Teachers and students will enjoy Everyone is asked to bring a tool. f
John, on Nov. 7. John after freedom from school from Nov. 26 Mt. Moriah United Methodist
completing training at the Naval Boot thru 30. We wish for all a Happy Church: Sunday School 930.:
Recruit Training Camp in Orlando is Thanksgiving'! Fellowship of Churches to be held

now stationed as a Hospital Corpsman hereon Sunday, Nov. 23, beginning at
at Great Lakes Illinois He is Homecoming Parade 3 pm. with the Young People's
looking forward to coming home for Everyone is hoping for fine weatheron Department in charge. The sermon
two weeks at Christmas time. Friday when students and teachers will be delivered the
by Elder ... .. _.1*.
will travel to Starke to attend the Sylvester Bright of Lawtey. Come ---..--

Stouts Homecoming Parade. and get your blessing and support out the .., .. lac! :: ::
Thursday, Nov. 20,7:30: p.m. In the -- --
people. .
Hampton School cafeteria the scoutsof Pictures Taken young =-1:.: : ::1'I;
All young people from each church N, L.n.e
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Hampton will have "Parents School children came on Tuesdayall are asked to please join in and sing. -.--..---......-.-..-.
Night." This Investiture Is when the decked out in their finest apparel Rev. A.J. Simmons, president.The ... :&.....0'.1.... : ..
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Brownies
will receive their Brownie for a picture taking session. Several
Service
Watchnight for the
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pins. They have been learning what a mothers brought in their pre-school Fellowship of Churches will It, t' ru1 .:.:._..t1
Brownie Is and does. There will be a children for the thrill of having nice New Bethel Church conveneat =::::....= -.

.r meettngsshow which they made at their pictures made. A.J. Simmons, pastor.St. Baptist. Rev. oi, M:. !t\I.'.\.. ...fiM|::
act out The Brownie MM-* **>**. *-
Story.Leaders. Birthdays Johns Missionary Baptist t::.':'i"--; ,,,...
Church: Sunday School 10 a.m. each '
are Mrs. Beverly Padgettand Amy Horne celebrated her 7th birthday lOt ii wtuw'n. wm Sct'

Sunday. Church services 11 a.m. and --... --.....
her girls: Allison Archey. Misty on Nov. 14 3 p.m. 2nd and 4th Sunday. Choir p'-"*, -......
KoehUr Angela Mitchell. Jill Stacey Rhoden turned on Nov. 14. rehearses each Wednesday at 6:30 r. o
Powers. Kim Rowland Chrislmia: Grace Rowe had her 10th birthdayon p.m. Rev. Willie Huffman pastor. $22
Bunner, Janet Bunner Marcie Nov. 14. '
Macedonia Baptist Church: Sunday >F
@ Andria Fenton Aimee On Nov. IS Andria Fenton School I'
10 a.m. Morning Worship 11.30 *
Hodges, Kimberly Shepherd Jessica celebrated her 7th birthday. and 4 p.m. All members are asked: to t4. 22ia. Nwa .ec.n $17:0Bcsdcedts I
Fisher, Regina Padgett. In the Junior Donald McWIIliams was 6 years old cooperate with this activity., t
Troop are Cassandra Fisher Polly on Nov. 16. Gr.al.rlIen
Chapel AMK: Church
Woods Jeannie Rowland Michele Paul Bawek celebrated his 12th bir- :
Sunday School 10 a,m. At 11 a.m. Rev.
Woods, Nicole Clark. Tina Braham'and thday on Nov. 16. F.S. Satchel will hold the first
their leader. Mrs. Kathy Fenton. On Nov. 17 Shawn Sheppard was 9 \
conference
quarterly of the
conference p.m... n.wbI.GUARANTEE.
The Junior will old
troop present a can- years and Randall Glisson All boards asked 1120Il.WalastIL
are to
die light ceremony of the Girl Scout celebrated his 12th birthday.New have year.
written
a report. along with the
Laws & Promise. There will be
refreshments after financial report. At 3 p,m.. all WI
everyone receives Student itaft
their The members are asked to attend the M M M J r/Is,
pins Junior troop is getting Evelena Cbewning was welcomed .
ready for a cookout where_ (hey will to the Kindergarten Class, last week. Moriah.Fellowship of Churches at Mt. Mv


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Iv7 /ppr A legal determination of whether the city clerk but that the council's
1\ SUrke's city clerk should be .appointed motion, passed M a few months ago
t or elected under the present Intends for the utility department to
city code Is being asked by the City have charge of meter readers.To .
Commission. solve the problem. Pierce said
'( "You just want to get rid of Old the council should amend the current
i Merrill' veteran city clerk Merrill ordinance to place responsibility for
I .Edwards told the council.MayorCommissioner. meter readers in the utility depart-
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,. ,' Charley ment. An ordinance to that effect walt
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.1. I I Schaefer'' Instructed:: city attorney passed by a former city commission
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: George Pierce to take whatever but the intent of the council was not
: means necessary to determine legally put in the ordinance.
'j .... whether the city should have an Pierce suggested the ordinance be
elected or appointed clerk under the amended to put meter readers under
current charier. The other council the supervision of Utilities Supt. Mer-
member were silent Tuesday might rill Dees.

_---.11I-- &._, -" -art.... I .... "" ..!er:. ". ::I ,S.I Nov. 18, when Mayor Schaefer askedIf "Let met set you straight" said
they objected to his request. clerk Edward "What's the problem
Council members contend that ? Who's got problem?"
Rows and Rows of Bags of Pecans... since the city operates under a Edwards then asked again If there

Some 12 and .. representing 50 were on the sold mayor-commissioner form of government was a problem and Dees replied
buyers ISO persons some growers year. Quality was spotty but the nuts briskly. Good nuts brought a good the clerk should be "no."
city
Starke State Farmer's Market last Thursday for the lint pecan auction ol the price. ap-
pointed. They contend that clerk Edwards "There is no way the meter readersare
should have served out his cur- going to take orders from Dees
rent term when the city went to the and work out of my office," Edwards
Pecan Auction 'Pretty Good'Nearly mayor-Commissioner form of govern said.
ment In 1972 and after that the clerk's
position should have been appointed. Schaefer pointed out that the vote of
20,000 pounds of pecans netted some$13,500 at the season's first pecan Pierce, in other legal action. the previous board was S-O to have the
auction, a unique feature In Florida on.the Starke Farmer's Market last Thurs- discussed the question of whether the meter readers under the supervisionof
day. city clerk's office or utility depart- _.
{4 A second sale Is set today (Thursday Nov. 20)). Weigh-in Is from a.m. to ment has Jurisdiction over city meter The board asked Pierce to have an
noon. The auction starts at 1 p.m. Nuts should be seperated by variety and In readers. Pierce said the city charter amended ordinance ready for adoption -
substantial that won't tear during handling."It says the meter readers come under at the Tuesday Dec. 2, meeting. r
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was a pretty good opening sale" says Market Manager Bob Allen. Prices
were good/ according to Allen, higher for good pecans and lower for some not so II
good. Quality varied as Allen had predicted before the auction. School Lunch Menus

Stewarts averaged 85 cents per pound. Good quality Stalwarts however, I l B|

brought up to $1 per pound. One lot went for $1.08 per pound. Southside Starke Lawtey, Tuesday. Nov. 25: Baked turkey
Curtis pecans averaged 62.5 cents per pound. A lot of this variety. hadn't filled dressing w/giblet gravy, English
Hampton Brooker Elemen-
out quite as good as other varieties. Allen said. peas, cranberry sauce, hot rolls, tl
The smaller seedlings also averaged 62.5 cents per pound. tary and Bradford Middle pumpkin pie. and milk.
Quality varied In all varieties.The seedlings however were pretty good"on Schools: Wednesday Nov. 26-28: HAPPY
the average." Monday Nov. 14: Spaghetti w/meat THANKSGIVING HOLIDAYS!
Allen Is pretty well satisfied with the first auction which attracted 12 buyers, sauce cheese stix garden salad.
/ 74hr who resell the nuts to bakeries shellers and other dealers.The rows and rows of apricot crisp hot rolls and milk. AL-A-CARTE y
burlap bags bulging with pecans sold briskly with the Christmas season coming Tuesday. Nov. 29 Hamburger on Monday. Nov. 14: Hamburgers pizza,

up. bun, lettuce/tomato/pickle French fries, onion rings,
? Buyers came equipped with special nutcrackers to sample the product. French fries applesauce and milkshakes
Like a cigar. both ends of the pecan are snipped off with a bladed nutcracker. milk. Tuesday. Nov. 25: Cheeseburgers,
Then the sides are shaved away leaving the nut Intact. In this way the nuts are Wednesday Nov. 26-28: HAPPY pizza onion rings, French fries
tested for moisture (oil) contest and color."I THANKSGIVING HOLIDAYS!! milkshakes

.r C hate to throw them down," said one buyer, "so I end up eating a lot of nuts
on sale days." : Bradford! High School menu
"It is only a fair crop this year... but there are more In this area (North
Florida) than we had last year." Allen says. REGULAR'Monday. 'HI.IlADfOIlD
: ..fatAQ The pecan auction here is the only one of its kind in the entire state, as far as Nov. 24: Corndogs cabbage COUNTY TILIORAPHPublished
Allen knows. It is mainly a service by the state for smaller growers slaw French fries apricots, and every Call Thursday
Buyers purchase pecans from the fields of large growers In West Florida and milk. of 138 W.Florida Street 32091 I
South Alabama Allen says. Buyers go to the fields of some growers here, he Starke.

e says The auction however provides an outlet for smaller lots of pecans too smallto 1 SKOM)Clan. .postage.FloridaSubscription paid atStark 1
attract buyers to the field.>It also establishes a price for the area Allen points CARD OF THANKS

out. The family of Mrs. Lessle Silcox snail
The auctions by no means represent all the pecans In the area Allen stresses. wishes to thank all those who called, $'.00 1''
In trade area par year
r Many nuts are retailed by the grower to people he knows or relatives sent food cards and flowers] and ft 00 sir month
I tl# Nearly 150 persons crowded the platform last Thursday however nibbling especially for their prayers duringthe
I. nuts and comparing notes during the three-hour sale.
; recent loss of our mother. A very reds 10.00 year
Outild[ areas par
All the nuts brought to the market sold, Allen says.
special: thanks to Archie Tanner .SO.In months
:t The Thursday auction will continue, for Thanksgiving Day as long as M
except
'. Hhe volume of pecans holds upj *' ,., .. '.- ,,- .Funeral Home.
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Testing for Quality... 1 2 CHOPPED BEEFSTEAK
!IMarchant Bishop. a pecan buyer from West Florida gets ready to sample a

pecan to test Its quality at the. first pecan. auction Nov.. 13 at the Starke Farmer's .. = $1.39 1I"8o&1

Market.. >11'" ... ,. BISCUITS for $ a
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k ii bIl t+ h'i.4IYe'AI \ 4 noon, November 23, from 3- 5 p.m. at This[ewers It n01 pay...... -4.,1 M .,th ".
aiC4} !K1[rl i the Church Fellowship Hall 507 W. any othor Mordu. ,,_'\**. 0i"'IIi. -coupon "..-_.
por cwitomor pioot* Offer Mod : -
II.I prNclpMlng
hts'.P Pl lftlcaarftcr Call St., Starke. Remember far-away .. I 1 Hard** .... .
I '.' All friends of the area are Invited to '
le-afi. p- attend. friends and relatives : Coupon> good now thru Nov. 30.1080

CIvYtan Club will cor- with thoughtful r
.y. Clean-up this @ I!>
5t1Cal'Slgn., 22 at 9 a.m. First Un. Methodist Hallmark cards on r.ae---------------------

are asked to Church News Thursday. Nov. 27. 2 COUNTRY HAM:
a McDonald's at 9 a.m. Allis I
jI 1 involved- lth-the 1980 There will be a Leadership Training
c ar especially Invited: Course Sunday Nov. 23: from 5:30: to I BISCUITS' for $1.29 1 a rfwaa 00.lo 'Hours Mon IhN8o&
I brirjg a JIIlcl\up! truck hoes 6:50p: .m.
h et .'Fbr more Information A District Conference will be held Thl..N.. voM I. oy .to*, or local I fy
cal I've towajdi after S at Monday, Nov.24 In Gainesville at the y 1 (Aw l r H 1 prohibiting or rogulotlftg thoto coupon* r .
ry, :d' YIS ) Conovmor mutt pay.....*alM. ton IncludedThii .., u ...
] F:}-'U) ''f Trinity United Methodist Church at r1 coupon I* not vollejony ...............nf1w ."h -. 01' ".
11f At 7:30: p m. there will be a olhor' Hordoo- promotion: Oto coupon ." '1
Church Mission por cuttomor plooM 'j
Baptist 1
Rally aft o uclpannflMortJoo* = .
lVorh} prange Street Everyone is .Invited to attend the Coupon good now thru ) ( t--: "
Community Thanksgiving Dinner and :.. '. .
Sunday( School, 10 am.; Sunday Services at the First United U --t:. : -'
Worship Service, 11:00: a.m. Training Methodist Church Nov.'26 The Din- I!> --;.--
Union 8:00 p.m., Sunday night Wor- ner will be at 6:30 in Fellowship Hall -----' -----------------

R!lip Service 7:00: p.m. and the Thanksgiving Service will be 1 2 BIG DELUXE"
.Wednesday Prayer Meeting p.m at 7:30 with ,Rev. Cliff McLeod ,
You are invited to worship with us presiding. Reservations are require!

_ttev. Lacy C. Conway Pastor. for dinner $2.00 per person. Please .c 1
call the Church Office.964-6864. before ... ._ .,
Thl. .d 1. am, II 1. &UV
ist Christian ChurchTo Nov. 24.. Office Shop 4J .. rahIb/ana: ..:.n".laratrJae.r'h' NNN. == ,, "

Honor New MinisterThe GOSPEL SING '. toup.n It not .:..J 1n-4-Ilan-h t.
I ony o 'h M M.rd.,1.ma1Nw. = coupon .
First Christian Church of Pine Grove Congregational 110 W. Call St.. 'I/t/yallnallNd>/ ,* cuftomor. ptootw(v
Starke will honor their new minister Methodist Church off Hwy 16 on Rd. Coupon> d now thru Nov. 3D. 3980 :;o, ,I
and wife Mr. and Mrs. Raymond 199, will be having a Gospel Sing Starke 'Fla. | ,
Baer at a reception on Sunday after- November 22 at 7:30: p.m. 'jt r
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Diamonds -. AntiqiuesHlgheat ... \) : .d.1- ., &MED,. SOFT DRINK for $1.29

ax prices: paid for your gold ,ctialns. class ,fines wedding bands d i;; J, !,t I.; rros.Mena thh n ..N,kran, H..s. s.t.Nr: w 1

: if dental. gold./anytWnfl, rtwVed ',sef1lng.| .We also buy mall, and. large. antique. : .'';"("'\\)0; 'I > 1'..' .'. ,, ,, '.4,,, .' ,...._.: "':'.. _=..'L.rqOW". .:. _ft" =_ :

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Kingsley Cottage on Tout* of Homes


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The 71-year-old Matthews summer porch on all four side was a order'to preserve the weatherbeatenlook
cottage on Kingsley Lake will be one' shambles. Rejecting the advice of it had acquired since its original
of the slope on this year's Tour of friends to tear the old house down and- paint Job at the Sundell place more

Homes sponsored by the Woman's. build a new one In its place,the owner than a hundred years ago.
ot'Starks.The
Club by that time, E.L. Matthews, had the
The Matthews Is located
cottage
on
structure jacked the porch
annual tour will be held Sun- rebuilt, and several up changes made, Fire Lane No. 10 at th' !Juncture of
day, Dec. 7, from: to 4 o'clock, with' Including a fireplace and brick patioon Highways 18 and 230.
refreshments served to tour-goers, the west side.
before and after, at the club house Other homes on the 1980 tour will be
'The wooden deck on the lake side of' featured in the next two Issues of The
Built In 1909 using heart yellow Telegraph.,
the house is another more recent addition -
pine lumber salvaged( seven decadesigo
from the old Sundell Orange 'although changes have been Tickets for the tour are available
Grove that flourished In the 1800s on held to a minimum over *. from Ann Whiffen, chairman of sales,
the south side of Kingsley Lake, the The house has never been pain, in, or from any Woman's Club member.the .
Matthews cottage has served four
u generations of the family as a retreat

from the summer heat. Tropical Plants, Thrive Here

The Sundell grove, like others
around the lake In the 1870s and 80s,
.. was destroyed by the"Big Freeze"of hanks to Model GreenhouseBill
1895, and its packing house and other
buildings were abandoned by the
owners. Years later, E.S. Matthews,
Lumber Came from Old Citrus Picking Home Abandoned after "Big Freeie" ot UK. father of the present owner, obtained
part of the lumber and barged it 710 t
across the lake to construct one of the

. .. first side. summer cottages on the west


: uniUJUl: {, : 8 : Following the destructive hurricane
of 1950, the old wood pilings

that supported the house on the side of
a steep hill, weakened by the storm,
tilted causing the house to fall flat to
the ground and slide down the hill
about five feet.Fortunately,the fami-
The Federal Reserve pressures fail to slow infla- ly had moved to town for the winter at
System has apparently resolved tion, analysts say we can look the time of the mishap.The .
to shoot its wad in an effortto for even tougher restrictionson
credit through higher and central part of the house
inflation the
reverse during
escaped serious damage,but the wide
interest rates and in-
next three "lame duck" tran- 111/2 % higher
sition months, before the old creased reserve requirementsto

administration goes out and stop growth in money supp-

the new one comes into power.As UFA ly. El

Money County Agents

one business analyst putsit It is a bleak outlook,

"The squeeze is on" the Looks especially for who prospective NotebookBy Meadows surrounded by'tropical plants In his recently completed'
squeeze, that is, on consumer Good home-buyers have been greenhouse on U.S. 301.
pocketbooks through higher holding off, hoping that a
in ,
interest rates. change administrations
might somehow result in Thanks to an innovative greenhouse greenhouse is covered with two"layen
lower interest rates. Bobby I. which provides ideal growing condi- of polyethylene with forced air
The Fed moved last Friday tions, summer and winter, Starke Is circulated between the sheets. The
to raise its discount rate-the Taylor ;' '.' now the home of Meadows Tropical greenhouse is also equipped with an
rate member makers apparently decided In this time of tighter Foliage, supplying exotic plants to the Innovative under-the-table heating
charged bankson Bradford County with I 1 wholesale market in northern states. system, so that the warm air rises
money borrowed from the that the time was ripe to start money, around the roots of the plants Instead
central bank to lend to their applying the screws during its Housing Finance Authority Bill Meadows, a native of Kentuckywho of heating from above. The watering
own customers. A raise at the the three-month hiatus bet- bond money is in a more Even though there was not quite came to the Tampa area 20 years system provides a fine mist of warm
Fed, inevitably means higher ween Carter and Reagan, favorable position than many enough of it, the rain earlier this week ago, Is now doing what he likes best- water to keep humidity at Just the
interest rates to borrowers. when the central bank can apply localities to cope with the con- was needed and will help many crops. "fool around with plants," after four right level under all conditions.
struction years in insurance and 12 years In
) the squeeze with a money squeeze. Moisture Is critical this time of year real estate. "I've always been in- Meadows says the Ideal growing en-
With the Fed now charging minimum amount of in- HFA money is still availableat for our winter forages like rye, terested In horticulture as a hobby," vironment provided by the
12 for its and terference from politicians of local lending institutions at ryegrass and clover. These crops Meadows said,and now his hobby has greenhouse enables him to put air
percent money, either party. 11% percent interest approximately have not developed extensive.root blossomed Into a full-scale business. ,year's,growth on the tropicals.in a
the prime rate (the rate three percentage: systems and will die out if the it': ,n ,i period of.three months 'J. '
charged by banks to top corporate points below currently moisture level is too*'tow. Meadows'. huger greenhouse: Is svonfiJ: MV> "' .e11AW1 toinuqrr.'>
borrowers) now zooming located oiTUS: 301 Just 'south of nimnVoifttQse'seekiflg'more' I with t
'to 16V4 and to Researchers at the Fed are prevailing rate of between 14 Since many cattlemen don't have Starke,on property leased from Max- their house or office plants Meadows
reach 17 before the expected convinced that "persistent, in- and 15 percent. Over the life of extensive land for pasture, corn or le Carter,Jr. The greenhouse,designed advises, 'Treat them like humans -
year is out, creasing inflation is a more the average home mortgage, hay production, they depend heavilyon and constructed largely by they have feelings just like we have."
home mortgage rates are sinister long-term problem to three percent can make a these winter forages that can betopseeded Meadows himself, provides For Instance, he says, use lukewarm
hovering between 14 and that could water for "How would
15 on their permanent everything a plant wish for watering. you
the nation than whale of
recession. difference.
percent, the highest since last a pastures. A poor production year all-season comfort. Sturdily con- like to be doused with ice cold waterin
spring. While recessions exact a high means these cattlemen must pur- structed to resist winds up to ISO mph, January?" he asks.
cost in human suffering, they There is one catch, chase more expensive feed to winter
Florida mortgage bankers go in cycles and do not however. This money won't be their cows.

advise prospective home- basically weaken the available forever. In fact, the I'm hoping that this will be a good FORESTRY-
buyers not to delay purchasing economy over the long run." time for making applicationsfor year for winter forages, especially/

a house or condominium in the ll'/j percent financing clover. Clover Is one of the best t I IOver

hopes of getting a lower in- In contrast to recession, the is fast drawing to a close. Less economical forages we have If managed, and Is properly the mos 'IN BRADFORD COUNTY byMark, : F"p;?:
terest rate tune soon. Ris-
any Fed policy makers believe than three months' time re- There are several Important/? product
ing construction costs would that inflation, if allowed to mains before the cutoff tion practices that I U be happy to ,
more than offset any gain that continue unabated, can deadline of February: 6. after discuss with,you at any time. ,I. 01 I ',lIiml'i

might be realized, even if in- precipitate a breakdown in which applications .for bor- the past week I have had dropping their. 'aifof.':'. ns. ,!|,ahj. ,,1u n"JmoW gnin.r
terest rates did down The rain was also good for our several calls about pine trees loosing
come a the fundamental structure of rowing the,,bond money can-
strawberries All commercial fields their needles. Iwe believe jhat\the hoi drrSU
point or two. society. Too much money in not be received. ', are now set and the plants are making experienced in Bradford (.:
circulation tends to push the good growth. Some fields were This is the time of year when pines have bee the .i4"ke' Idt'' '
; 8'.r. '
The Fed's latest rate increase total demand for goods in the "He who hesitates is lost" we fumigated will be tills observing year with and Vorlex comparing and will needles.shed The up to older 50 percent needles that t>f their are earfy. -transformationsFor '''' "IIJ'1vrgnlmoJ" :

is based on the belief economy beyond what can be the old saying goes., And in the growth and production throughoutthe fartherest away from the tips of the those wh6, haven't order e4 of r
that a strict monetary policy supplied at existing prices this case, be who hesitates too year. branches are usually dropped at this seedlings yet this year,'the! Ayb t its
is the only solution to Infla- so prices continue to mount long will lose an opportunity time. This Is usually a gradual process getting very slim. t; just t'e' :Mn
tionary problems that beset to build with the cheaper HFA The rain was also good for our continuing over a one to two update from the nursery and r ftf ,4 l1f.e
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winter ,gardens and lawns month stock'
greens our period. are out or very low on all our? if
the nation. The Fed's policy- If the latest round of bond money...* ;a and ornamentals It also caused a lot you still plan to place an order: :yqi u
,o 'r. r1 of our pecans to fall and our second The should do "
; process seems to have speededup so as loon as. ossble, IQ
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auction should have several thousand this year with some trees loosing
; i j' ; pounds of nuts. .,, tof these needles in a much shorter time. More Information /tae received
Thou Shalt Not Post Longleaf pine have shown the most by calling me at 964.7280, ext. 219 or
II wholesale prices for pecans at the rapid change The oak trees appear to stopping by my office. in the
The ,"' first auction last Thursday went from JIbe about two to three weeks ahead in Agriculture Building.
Ten Commandments SO to 60 cents per pound for Curtis and
seedlings to 80 to 90 cents per pound
for good Stuarts. A small lot of {''Donations Asked Letter to the Editor _..-.

And now that the U.S. turn over in their graves if Thou shalt not bear false Stuarts did sell for over$1 per pound ''By Buddy Fund
Supreme Court has outlawedthe they thought they had produced TIME TO START
witness Retail prices for pecans In the area 'For
against Sale
thy Holiday
posting of the Ten Com- a document that would be neighbor... are from I II to $1.25 per pound. This TIGHTENING THE BELTIt
mandments on classroom incompatible with the Ten appears to be a pretty fair price to the
walls in public schools, the on- Commandments.We Thou shalt not covet thyneighbour's grower and buyer when you consider The public Is asked for donations of looks like the new president-elect
ly things left that haven't been wholesale prices and retail prices of saleable items of any kind for a Holiday Just can't wait to get into office.
have always looked house..thy over $4 per pound for shelled pecans Bazaar to be sponsored during He just played the most important
banned are the old standbys of upon the Ten Commandmentsas neighbor's wife..nor his in the grocery store. the Christmas season by Buddy Fund, movie role In his life, and should real-
motherhood and apple pie. manservant nor his maidser- Inc., a local non-profit corporation ly get an Oscar. Sure beats the hell
:: more of a code of morals vant, nor his ox, nor his ass Speaking of the weather, start mak- which helps supply the needs of out of some of those B movies he usedto
In handing down its 5-4 deci- rather than a strictly religious ing plans now to protect cold sensitive underprivileged children in Bradfordand make.
sion the court said, "The pre- document. Surely no religion nor anything that is thy plants in upcoming freezes. Don't Union Counties. As the old saying goes, "You can
eminent purpose for posting deserving of the name, could neighbour's... leave baskets and potted fool some of the people some of the
the Ten Commandments quarrel with such moral plants expos on cold nights. Move The bazaar will be held Nov. 29 and time, but not all the people all the
on They are just as true today them Indoors or to another such protected Dec. 8, 13. and 30 at Bradford Square time." The next four years will prove
schoolroom walls is plainly precepts as: and as applicable to all location. Shopping Center from 9 till 5. this saying to be true.
religious in nature." As a Honour thy father and thy religions as they were when Reagan says he will cut taxes. How
I d layman, we admittedly do not mother... Moses first handed them down Cold sensitive plants growing In the Items may be brought to HRS can he do that and still start a bigger
: understand all the finer points from Mount Sanai. If soil are much more difficult to pro- Youth Services, 727 S. Walnut St., and more expensive defense program -
;; of the law but Thou shalt not kill... they tect. Covering with plastic will Suite A. If pick-up service Is needed, ? He has been talking with a
we can't help Thou shalt not commit were posted on a few more enerally protect: them from frost or Call 964-8875. forked tongue all this time. It's a
but believe the framers of our adultery... walls they might be better light freeze. Placing a light bulb shame the people didn't wake up ear-
i revered Constitution would Thou shalt not steal... observed.'Qili i under the plastic to provide heat willIMP Health Clinic ly enough. But, as we're an obese nation -
protect plants, in moderate Scheduled anyway, it won't hurt to tightenthe
; freeze. At Kingsley Civic Center old belt and hang on for dear life.
I Carter may have made some
When choosing a plastic material to The monthly Health Clinic will be mistakes, that true-but when a guy
cnt, (cover your plants, do not use clear held at the Kingsley Lake Civic like Reagan comes along and sells us
: materials. Clear plastics act as a Center on Monday, Nov.24,from 9 till a bill of goods he can't deliver, that's
N i greenhouse during the daylight and 12 noon. harder to swallow than any of
wiwtOC cant r l !: p4 trap heat.Temperature can reach 90 Full health Carter's mistakes. Reagan remindsme
N to 110 degrees quickly and this heat available at this clinic service are of a small child with a new toy.
of can at times do more damage than of the time to all resident Just hope his batteries last the next
Lake
Kingsley
community.
the cold.; four years; "
,4r10ii BOBG. FERGUSON -JOHN M. MILLER Let's all remember"Hoover Days"
? Publishers In extremely hard freeze there Is and prepare for them again.
little which can be done to adequately What I'd really like to get aC1'OBl1a
.. published secs h Thunder r end! od as see*i d close M.W r Nth.pest CHk at* .* .Pie.! .n4 r Act !March 3. 17ubMrlptloit protect a insert the plant with I L that Reagan should take a vacation
plastic and a light bulb for best and keep his ,mouth hut until
.' r.l..In tr.4. WMI It per VcwfM Slat l MonthsVh.we..dt protection but generally, damage ,January 16.1961.That's soon enoughto
,
ChrtiM trW...rrai 119 pow heart f..SO flat Month '
+soa does occur because of thla duration of Everyone shares his birth- hear from him.
/ UMkJM><*( .,!..;pletwo '
extremely low day with
temperatures at least nine D.O. McEuen
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Woman's Club Champagne DinnerFashion :;:::.


I ', Show Termed, Huge SuccessGuests I \,;\ :! : 3'he';.''.: m' rid ?:fficleMfss : '


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were honored at a triple were fashions from Kenwin Shops, ,
treat at the Champagne dinner and Inc., Leila's' Dress and Gift Shop, ,

Holiday Fashion show Saturday night Stump's Department Store, T G & Y ''aJ ?!i. : ,; ::
presented by the Woman'a Club of Stores, Inc., Magic Needle, Mon- ,, ,. :07II"
Starke and the Junior Woman's Club. tgomery Wards, and Dr D.W. Whif ,

Not only was the breast of chickenr fen, Optometrist. Plaudits go to air solo Cjitarp964..Tt08 y ,te vfew
> and rice dinner delicious;.the models Robert Harris, hair styled' by Nu .
la- 'outdid themselves In their beautiful Waves, Merle Norman, Cosmetics, \
,. fashions; but the club house Itself Charles H. Hall, scenery, furnishingsby
would have made any Christina Denmarks Furniture Store,and all r '.
Flower Show green with envy with the the Florists in town.
nr' lavish displays of Christmas decorations Models for the evening's show were
i" and arrangements on all the Lucy White, Becky Roberts Latain
tables and walls, displayed by all the Herres, Karen Andrews Virginia FFWC Officers
florists town. The florists tags were Crawford, Margie Hall,Cassia Autry,' Sheryl/ Hill "Coffee" HonoreeMiss
'" on each display for the guests to A Nancy Roberts, Sharon Co ton, Tara Honored At
': choose an arrangement for lira noli Roberts, Shan Johns, Lea Roberts, Hill and pink carnations surrounded by ReceptionFFWC
day season. Topping off all the Joey Herres and Tommy Harden. Sheryl four Royal Doulton figurines.Servingat
displays was a tall, beautiful! brook. "Coffee" Honoree the silver service at one end of the Officers, who were guests at
It I' dt'CoratedChrlstmastreewith twinklIng table at appointed times were Mrs. the Woman's Club meeting on
.r lights at the foot of the stage com David Miss Sheryl Lynn Hill, fiancee' of George Roberts, Sr., grandmother; Wednesday,were honored at a recep-
plete with gifts at the bottom. And on / 'Coffee Silcox, was honored by a Mrs. Lu Struth, great aunt; and Mrs. tion Tuesday night, Nov. 11, from 8 to
the stage was a homey cottage eactinqcomplete home of last Saturday morning at the Pat Farnsworth, cousin of tote groom- 9 p.m. at the James Womack home in
with fireplace with Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Hardy on East to-be.Handing out plates In the dining Country Club Estates.
Call Street. Hostesses for the
Mrs. Santa Claus sitting on each side occasion room were Mrs. John Greene and Mrs. Becky Jones, president of the
of it admiring the fashion show.In Ik '1 were Mrs. Vernon Reddish, Mrs. Bill Mrs. Joan Chitty. Junior Woman's Club and Miss Stacy
Sinclair!:, Mrs W.B. Mundy, Mrs. Denmark of the Little
the lounge the mantel was grac- Inviting guests Into the family room president
ed with a long, red, white, silver and Harry James Gruen Reddish Mrs. Joan John Chitty, Mrs. were Mrs. Eldon Hardy, and Mrs. Women's Club greeted the guests at
green Christmas arrangement. The Mrs. Greene, James Reddish, and Inviting guests the door. Mrs. John W. Griffin
Mrs. L.F. Dinkins, Mrs. Myldred Cut- Room Mrs. the guests to the receiving
champagne table was covered with into the Florida were presented
tlno, Mrs. George Pierce, Mrs.Grady Harry Gruen, Mrs.'Vernon Reddish, line composed of Mrs.W.H. Thomson,
Overstreet, Mrs. Joseph Warren, and and Mrs. Myldred Cuttino. The Mrs. John Mace, Mrs. George Tolson,
'- Mrs. Hardy.Greeting refreshment table In the Florida III of Cocoa Beach Mrs. H.E. Satter
J", : FFWS Officers 1a } the guests at the door was Room was covered with a white Army field, Mrs. Donald Weber and Mrs.
K-\ Honored Guests Mrs. Mundy, and presenting them to Navy Cloth and centered with an ar- M.E. Helms of Jacksonville and Mrs.
| the receiving line was Mrs. Sinclair. rangement of pink camellias.Pouringtea Robert H., Nugent of Jacksonville
At Woman's Club
The
of
,| receiving line was composed and coffee from the silver service Beach.
jg1 Officers of the Florida Federation a. the honoree Miss Hill; her mother, were Mrs. George Roberts,Jr., aunt; The spacious rooms In the Womack
R* of Woman's Club were honored guests Mrs. Noel Hill of Tampa; Mrs. Ver- and Mrs. Richard Roberts, cousin of home were highlighted with lovely arrangements
\\SL; at the Starke Woman's Club luncheon- non Silcox, mother of the groomtobe the groom-to-be. of fall flowers. A cutwork
IE:. meeting Wednesday of last week. ; and Mrs. Richard C. Lulman, Placed throughout the home were linen cloth covered the refreshmenttable
fY., The honored guests Included Mrs. Tampa, grandmother of the honoree tropical plants and hanging baskets of which held a silver tea service
tablewas
SL John Mace, FFWC president, Mrs. Inviting the guests to the tea ferns and other tropical foliage. Out- and silver punch bowl.
''jp H.E. Satterfleld, district 4 director, Mrs. L.F. Dinkins. The table was of-town guests Included Mrs. Mariam Mrs. Joan Chitty Invited the gueststo
Mrs. Donald C. Weber, finance chairman covered by a hand embroidered, Im- Wyllys, of Hastings, Mrs. Nat Dankel the dining room where Mrs. L.A.
Mrs. George Tolson III, presi ported Army-Navy tea cloth,and was and Mrs. Nelson Blocker of Lake City, Canova and Mrs. J.E. Hardy served
dent's aide,Mrs. H.E.Helms, district centered by an arrangement of white Mrs. Ralph Cox of Live Oak, and Mrs. coffee and Mrs. James Blackshear
sewing contest fashion show chair- Margie IIaII..models comfortable C.W. Goff of Jacksonville. Invited to served punch. Hostesses were
man and State public affairs chairman Christmas fashion from .Mon- call between the hours of 10 to 12 noon members of the executive board
and Mrs. Robert H. Nugent, tomgery Ward. Lyn Aust, were approximately 250 guests. under the direction of Mrs. Olin
of the Jacksonville Beach Joe Jorden White assisted by Mrs. George
president floor lace cloth The honoree, Miss Hill, and guestsIn
te Woman's Club.Members an imported length the receiving line were given Copeland, Miss Lillian Stump and
To Wed 22
silver Nov.
centered with
2" and was a punchbowl
and guests were treatedto camellia corsages upon their arrival. Mrs. William Wilson. Members of the
In the
filled with
to spiced tea at 11:30: a.m. followed by. champagne.covered Dr. and Mrs. R. William Aust and Miss Hill was presented with the Little Women's Club assisted In serv-
ticket table
... luncheon at 12 noon. lobby the was and held Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Jordan wishto vegetable dish to her chosen china as ing.
red linen cloth
with a
a
The dining tables were covered remind friends and relatives of the a memento of the occasion.
Claus. All the walls
with yellow cloths and held autumn miniature Santa approaching wedding of their
colored corn, red berries, orange were bedecked with hanging window in children, Lyn and Joe.
to autumn leaves andcandles and door Christmas arrangements The ceremony is planned for Saturday i
In green and white crystal a myriad of fashions. Nov. 22, at 7 p.m. In the First !
holders. Delicious, gourmet homemade Baptist Church In Live Oak with a TIMBER FOR SALE?
of best
made the
The buffet table held a beautiful ar- desserts, by some reception following in the Fellowship
", rangement of roses; a fruit arrangement cooks in town, were served from a Hall of the church and all are Invited. CONTACTEMPIRE
decorated table In the
it was on the speaker's table and a Christmas ,
i, fall arrangement of fruit was placed sunroom.
n. on the piano and a fall arrangement of During the evening guests were Eastern Star FORESTPRODUCTS
:g, flowers was on the stage. delighted by music presented by Mrs. Supper Nov. 22 ,
Canova Herres Bill
Mona Joey ,
Mrs. John Greene, public affairs
as! and Latain Starke 224 Order the
McRae Herres. chapter, # of
chairman was assisted by her comet
h Members of the Little Women's Eastern Star,will have a covered dish INC.We .
mittee including Mrs. Gus Gonzales, ,
i Mrs. W.B. Mrs. J.D. Club assisted In serving and waitingon supper,Saturday,Nov.22,at 7 p.m. In

m r, Seymour Mrs.Mundy Palmer Williams the tables. _- the Masonic Hall. Want To Buy Your Pine 'ftj."h!
Sandra Reddish was fashion coor- All Masons and their families are
Mrs. Mrs. Bemer
Gladys Collins
: dinator and described the fashions Lucy White..wean a blue plaid invited to attend.
Spry, Mrs. T.M. Osteen, Mrs. Jackn
worn by the models and where the skirt and dark velvet blazer from And Hardwood Pulpwood
Trawick, Mrs. Lester Rudd and Mrs. }
"?' Lex Green, Jr. They served a items could be bought. On display Kenwln's. jf". 1

a delicious Thanksgiving dinner. Sheryl' Lynn!!' Hill" ,.. .' ,.. Sawtimb rAnd Pine Poles ; : .
? :. Joey.,Herres, pillniJl"lIIId.vlIst, "' ":;T t f Hi1' s Davju ;)j cox, ; .t ..
"WiaeTiSon'S'tVeeV '" .
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presented two lovely numbers,!,;accompanied f r\...... c.'OJ v )' ,
by Mrs. Mona Canova. "I / 'MlSoiThe To BeDecember 1-16kil pI v"I" 'Jt I"m ,ltJ. 1!,' .,a.1.", V'j, 3:;J. ,1.->4 Call Us For A Good Price .

rt\vt P.r* Menti, presided over the meeting and special Baptist Young Women of Silcox will be united in marriage Sun And A Supervised Logging
guests were introduced by Mrs. H.E. Madison Street Baptist Church held a The Starke Woman's Club will present day, Nov. 23, at 3 p.m. at Palma Ceia _
Satterfield. Fall Festival for the Adult I & II their annual Christmas tea, United Methodist Church In Tampa Operation.
Classes Saturday, Nov15. bazaar and Tour of Homes on Sunday
Mrs. John Mace FFWC Presidentu with a reception following at the Tam
gave a very inspiring address in A menu of baked turkey, dressing, Dec.7,from 2 to 4 p.m.Admission willbe pa Garden Center on Bayshore Blvd, CALL OR WRITE:
and the trimmings were served.Each $3.00 each.
which she spoke of stressing crime
y energy American style, guest received a menu with each item Guests will start at the Woman's TaAll h lends and relatives are Invitedto
legislation, free enterprise, supportfor disguised in a fall term. They picked Club for tea and attend the bazaar attend. Steve CarterLake
Hacienda Girl's. Ranch and items from the disguised terms that after which they will receive a map of

Special Olympics. She spoke of unity they thought represented what they the Tour. City Area Manager
in diversity and a need for club wanted. Each table was decorated Homes on display this year will be
members to feel needed and wanted.- with a white table cloth with a fall the home of Mr. and Mrs. Paul >nit, ,.1', ,Don't Forget Box 1751 Lake City Fla. 32055
She compared club work to a center piece and orange and yellow Faulkner on Raiford Road, and -11 "arlyDeadliles Next L ,.'
nmorgasboard in which each club candles.Throughout\ the room the fall Longchamp Apia, on Bessent Road, f" 'Social Week New!*, 904-752-7188 OFFICE
member may pick the part of it most theme was carried out with dried arrangements Starke the Kingsley building tit b1oNOOIIiMobd' 904-752-1066 HOME
Interesting to her.Donald.C. and fall foliage with Owner's Association on
l ?-- : Web State*;r yellow and orange predominating.The Kingsley Lake., Also 'on Kingsley 9d1tol''l. -
Finance Chairman conducted the bur- Baptist Young Women and Lake, the homes of Eugene Mat
ning of ,Abe mortgage" the Starke their husbands put on skits. Games thews, Dr.and Mrs.D.W.Whiffen and .; UCongtotWaIifs

Woman's Club. Those participating, were played by everyone. Special Stewart W. Beckett. ') flT.8MS!rind
MI'II. W.li- music was brought by a group from
\ 8'iRltch"
1 lj Lake In Making SuJ) .IiItI'Jln the
\\ """ AIra. IL Nasworthy. City. Don't Forget
"I\\fn
s /]i! \ 1 gnt ef daisies and green, TheBaptist Young Women are Early Deadlines Marching Contest.

gold candles were used. especially grateful to Mrs. Ervin An- Next Week. "nl 1 eil at tstipltt<,! $\'.o4Love, ,
drews for her help In furnishing the
Coming events Include Christmas Social News
.. Simpson
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F / Sr.of hone to *be ,decorations and helping to decorate by Noon Monday
member/ 7,from :3 to 4 p.m. the room. D
7vA; 't'W be $3.00 each. homes o

'I tour Jncll,1de, i,that of Mr. and OFFICE EQUIPMENTAND ;
f Faulkner\ ,KLPOA Building Deborah Hawkins, ;,;
Lake Matthew's
f. Eugene 'Timothy P. Jones BUFFETrJ '
t t, Kingsley Lake also that of
oml;,, ; Wed Nov. 28
To .
Dr. and MrS. D.W. Whiffen, Kingsley a,I'

...take'land' Stewart. W., Beckett at Mrs. Vertis Hawkins; of Hampton'lsannouncing SUPPLIES t- 1
; \! Lake. the engagement and ap-
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D." proaching marriage of her daughter
Deborah, to Timothy P. Jones, son ofMr.
.and Mrs. Robert,Jones of Crescent -, rA
Sarah Norton City. Fall Sale Continues on
Shower The wedding will take place Friday
Honoree
Nov. 28, at 8:30 p.m. at the EpiscopalChurch
Sarah Norton whose marriage to In Crescent City.
Richard (Rick) Hinds will be an eventof All friends and relatives are Invitedto FILE
Dec. 5 was honored with a bridal attend. r
shower Tuesday, Nov. 11. at the
j Kingsley Lake Civic Center given by "I CABINETS

Jan Norton, Mary Dot Miller, Judy .0

jNesmith, Tammy. Ratliff and Suzi Letter
Bishop. 2 Drawer
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Reg.113504a
!mother ot the groom-to-be, Mrs.Kenneth aver r.r..Put .

R. Hinds, to the mother of the $11000
bride-elect. Mrs. EM. Norton Sr., see
and to the honoree.. .
"i1 The room was decorated with potted J I
plants, floating candles and pink
and white streamers. The gift table ;your hang* oa ./ 4
Drawer Letter'
was covered with a cream-and tan
lace cloth and was centered with hand my Iow-.n.rg7

flowers.a diett .
-painted ._
Cake, punch and party' mix were Gordon's-' .! Reg.. .175 4
served to the 16 guests. '
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TELEGRAPH November 20,111IIO "I.t". \ < ; ,I"i :

Shirley Carpenter,
William Blaylock UlmllJ1fBBI1JGJUI3'

r. Married Oct. 24, .
The marriage of Shirley Carpenterand n T ,
William Carroll Blaylock is an-
nounced by the children of the bride, ( 'il
Karen Gasset and Mark Reddish,
both of Starke and Dr. Gregory Reddish
of Orlando. I
The bride is the daughter of Mrs.
Dwight Whitney Carpenter of Melrose '
and the late Mr. Carpenter; WIN I A TURKEY
The bridegroom Is the ion of Mrs.
Thomas Earl Blaylock of Smyrna,
Ga.and the late Mr. Blaylock.
Vows were exchanged Oct.24 In the
Orange Park Baptist Church with the 1 FOR.
Rev. Carroll Kendrick, cousin of the V,+
bride, officiating at the 7 p.m.
Terri Gaskins
ceremony.Attending the couple were the .,

Terri Gaskins daughter of the bride,Karen Gassett, Ha Denise Latham
and the daughter of the bridegroom, THANKSGIVING
Tommy TatumTo Ms.Stacey Blaylock of Marietta,Ga.
Wed Jan. 23 A reception, hosted by the Ha Denise Latham
newlyweds, followed at Darryl'S 1812 Dennis J. RhodenEngagement
Mr. and Mrs. Freddy Gaskins of Restaurant in Jacksonville.
Starke announce the engagement and The will reside In St. ToldMr.
couple
approaching marriage of their Augustine where the bride Is and Mrs. John Latham of St. HERE III: THE WORDS WE'VE SCRABBLED THEM SOME'
daughter, Terri Lynette, to TommyW. employed in the investigative divisionof Augustine announce the engagement, IS HALF OF THE fUI'
TESTING
Tatum son of Mr. and Mrs. Tom the St. Johns County Sheriffs Office and approaching marriage of their YOUR INTELLIGENCE
Tatum of Lawtey.The and the bridegroom Is a Detective daughter, Ha Denise, to Dennis J. I
wedding will be held Jan.23 at with the Cobb County Sheriffs officeIn Rhoden, son of Mr and Mrs. Dub SO SORT THEM OUT WITHOUT DELAY
7:30: p.m.in Northside Baptist Church Marietta,Ga. Rhoden of Starke. .
with a reception following in the Miss Latham is a 1976 graduate of A TURKEY IS YOUR PRIZE fOR THAIIXSGIYIIIIG DIY
church Fellowship Hall St. Augustine High School and Is "
All friends and relatives are invitedto VIP Party GivenAt employed at Belk-Hudson in St. NEW RULE : Previous winners may enter contest ,but are not eligible to win prize.
attend. Stump Home Augustine.Mr. .
Rhoden is a 1972 graduate of
was The the Stump setting home for a on VIP Bessent party Tues-Road Bradford High School and is RULES: Each Space Below Represents Some Business Finn Of Bradford County. Use

Engaged Couple day afternoon of last week honoring Camp employed Standing.with the National Guard at The Scrambled Letters And Arrange Them To Spell The Finn's Name Exactly, Using All The j

Honored at officers Women's from Club.Honored the. Florida Federation A wedding date will be announced Letter And Punctuation Marks To Enter this Contest. The First Three Persons Submitting:

Open House guests Included: Mrs. later. The Correct Or Nearest Correct Answer BEFORE 12:00 Noon On Monday, Nov. 24 Will Be
David Silcox and Miss Sheryl Hill, John Mace, FFWC president from
whose marriage will be an event of Cocoa Beach, Mrs. H.E. Satterfield Bennett Family Awarded Turkeys For Thanksgiving
Nov. 23, were honored at "open district 4 director from Jacksonville, Reunion Held
house" Friday night at the home of Mrs. Donald C. Weber,finance chairman Winners Will Be Notified By Noon Tuesday November 24, gaO
and Mrs. James Womack at of Jacksonville Mrs. George The descendants of Richard and
Country Mr. Club Estates. Hosts with the Tolson, III, of Cocoa Beach, Mrs.H Hellie Lang Bennett held a reunion Employees; Of n. Bradford Co. Telegraph & Relatives Nof Eligible
Womacks were Mr. and Mrs. Randy .E. Helms of Jacksonville and Mrs. Sunday, Nov. 9, at the Recreation
Johns, Mr and Mrs. Steve Denmark Robert H. Nugent of Jacksonville Center in Milliard! with approximately
and Mr. and Mrs. Pat Farnsworth Beach. 53 attending including three genera- .
Mrs. John W. Griffin greeted the Mrs. W.H. Thomson, president of tions.
guests at the door. the Woman's Club of Starke, greetedthe A basket lunch was served at 1, C"IEGEADMEL PSAHSOTPYR
At points of interest in the party guests at the door. o'clock, followed by fellowship.
rooms were attractive arrangementsof Guests included Mayor Charles
silk flowers and fall foliage. Schaefer who presented the key to the Malcolm O. HarrellsTo
The refreshment table in the dining city, inscribed with her name, to the
room was covered with a beige cut- guest of honor Mrs. John Mace, Celebrate50th SWESAEDLRYAGRAISANOCTIDNOIGNIPTOHIIESEOCFIF
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rangement of silk and dried flowers. beautiful clock.Other guests Included
The round punch table in the great Gov. and Mrs. Charley E. Johns, children of Mr. and Mrs.
room held a single rose in a bud vase. Frank Williams, representative Guy Malcolm O. Harrell of Brooker request -
Highlighting the table on the patio, Andrews, Eugene Matthews, Supt. the pleasure of your company at
next to the pool was an arrangementof Thomas L. Casey Mr. and Mrs. Earl the golden wedding anniversary
fall flowers. Mrs. George Roberts Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Cliff McLeod, reception on Sunday, Nov. 30, from PRHOITLLLAIEPRWKCRLA., USWEKREVCEHRTRCESRI
and Mrs. Richard Roberts presided at and Mrs. John Greene, chairman of 2:30: to 4:30: p.m. at the Brooker Bap-
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Mrs. Noel Hill and Mrs. Richard colorful arrangements of roses. please".
Lulman of Tampa, parents and Mrs. George Copeland, Mrs. John
grandmother of the bride-elect and Griffin and Miss Lillian Stump served SRCITEENACNCYT.KCEELRIGNR? SENRPITRRFABRDOP
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Bradford Middle School
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i f *,:t ti il' ; LeadsNOTICE I :.,:" a.1: .i'l .' "j' '" '"'t f Dates to RemembersTuesday

r.I I ,f. J .' I IJ Nov. 25-Report cards go

...1 v .'llHt1i.j'YHtciRCUIT' URT \ Trr' ', 4 home Parents wishing to meet with

OP C will, file qualifications of IN THI CIRCUIT COURtOF teacher concerning grades should
INTENTION FOR BRADFORD COUN.I the personal .representative THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL call the BMS office to set up appointments

TO REGISTER-.4 ,I TV, FLORIDA PROBATE ,, or the venue or CIRCUIT IN AND FOR :

FICTITIOUS .i DIVISION. File NO jurisdiction of the Court. BRADFORD',COUNTY Artist of the Week: 1
80-47 CPl-3237)). ALL CLAIMS FLORIDA. .
NAME Ricky Moore-Ricky did
.,, > z In rr ESTATE Of CAIfRII .' an outstanding
DEMANDS. AND OBJEC.
WHITTY FRAZIER .. Case No. BQ-456. watercolor painting. He paintedan
Pursuant to Section Dcasd. TIONS NOT SO FILED'' In tea' The Marriage of outdoor fall scene using colors of

865.09, Florida Statute .u NOTICE OF WILL BE FOREVER BAR- CHARLES WAYNE PITT- brown orange and red. Ricky is In

notice It hereby given I ADMINISTRATIONTO i. REDDoto of the flrstl. MAN Husband and Miss Hardin's third period Art class
that the TERESA G. PITTMAN.
undersigned; Congratulations Ricky.
ALl PERSONS HAV. publication of this Notice ,
EDDIE JOSEPH LEWIS P. W4le. Next will be
INGCLAIMS' OR year we returning to
of ,AdministratlongNovember !
O. Box 207. Stark. 'NOTICEOF
Fl DEMANDS AGAINST THE 20. 1980. our previous procedure for student
32091: sole owner doing ABOVE ESTATE AND ALL /Bobble A. Johnson ACTION'TO pictures. This year pictures were paid
!
business under the firm OTHER PERSONS. CHARLES WAYNE for prior to having them made. Next
As Personal Representative
name of EDDIE J. LEWIS PITTMAN Ion Columbine -
TERESTED IN THE ESTATE! students will have their
of the Estate of year pictures
PULPWOOD P. O. Box Drive, #4. CasperWyoming
YOU ARE HEREBY CARRIE WHiny FRAZIER made then receive a proof to take
207 Starke Fl. 82601.
32091 Intends ,
I to register said fictitious NOTIFIED that the Gd.mlnl.tallon Deceased. YOU ARE NOTIFIED home for parents to see. This pro

I name under thoofor..old of theestate ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL that an action for cedure has been changed due to re-
of
CARRIE WHITTY '
statute.Dated REPRESEN. Dissolution of marriage quest by parents.
this 13th day of M FRAZIER b .deceased File TATIVE: MACK S, FUTCH. has been filed and you The following is a rule change
u m r8067CPH3237)
P.O. BOX 1066 Starka.
November 1980 In are required to serve a' regarding citizenship grades on
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Stark, Bradford County; In the Circuit Court pending Florida 32091. Telephone copy of your written report cards: Any child making more
Fla. for BRADFORD ((904)) 9 .5200. defenses. If any to It, on than one N on their citizenship grade, r

ll/134tpd 124NOTICE Florida Probate County Division 11/20 4tchg! 1211.IN the petitioners attorney regardless of academic grades, will 12y

the address of who name and address not be eligible for A-B Honor Roll or
is J.J. WOL8ERT Scholastic Achievement for that six faI
OF which Is Bradford County THE CIRCUIT COURTOF
INTENTIONTO Courthouse, N. Temple THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL JR.. P.O. BOX 1086 weeks. The rule regarding U citizen- w

REGISTER Avenue, Starke, Florida' CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN STARKE FLORIDA 32091, .ship grades: Any student receiving .r.
FICTITIOUS 32091. Th. personal AND FOR BRADFORD on or before. December one u In citizenship, regardless of ITt
22. 1980 and file the
NAME representative of the COUNTY. academic grades will not be eligiblefor
original with the clerk of :
estate Is BOBBIE A. CIVIL ACTION A-B Honor Roll or Scholastic
this Court before serviceon tw
Pursuant to Section JOHNSON. whose address Case No. 77271.ELIZABETH Achievement.
869.09,. Florida Statutes, Is 7104 Wilson RODGERS .Petitioner's attorney 10
notice Is hereby given Blvd., Jacksonville as Trustee) of the or Immediately Mrs. John Mace (left), president of the Florida Federation of Woman's Clubs: ,
that the undersigned Florida. The name and Rodgers Trust Number thereafter otherwise a and Mrs. II.E.Satterfield.District Director, are pictured with the Key to the City OJ

CARL D. MINX. 109 N. address of the personal One as Assignee. Plain judgment will be entered and a polished cypress wall clock presented by Mayor Charles Schaefer on their I
far the relief demandedIn
Tempi Av*., Stark, Fl' representative's attorney tiff vs GEORGE the visit, here.
32091. sol* owner doing are set forth WILLIAMS and LILLIE BELL petition.
business as CULLIGAN below:. WILLIAMS his wife, WITNESS my hand and Riverland Music
the seal 1 of this Court Christmas
of WATER CONDITION CO. All persons having .MARIE A. MARKS. *t ol.. November 14, 1980. on Parade Shaping Up Club Meeting Held ,
Stark., Intends to claims or demands Dfndants. -
register said fictitious against the estate are NOTICE OF SUITPROPERTY Gilbert S. Brown As' The biggest and best Christmasparade Then It will make a left turn for one At LaCrosse Home
Clerk of the
name under the provisions required WITHIN THREE Court By:. ever is set next Saturday block to Madison Street where it will
of aforesaid MONTHS FROM THE TO: George Williamsand Beutah Moody as Deputy 10' Bill turn left and head east until it gets to Mrs. L. Suwannee
Clerk. Dec. 6, at a.m., according to Joseph Gray, IwM
statute. DATE. OF THE FIRST llllle Bell Williams, 11/20 4tchg 12/11. Wilson, executive vice-pres. of the US-301.The parade will turn right District President, was guest speaker '
Dated this 6th day of PUBLICATION OF THIS his wile, 1203 Graver Starke-Bradford- County Chamber of head south until it terminates back at at the regular monthly meeting of the >t rt
November A.D. 1980 In NOTICE to file with the Street Starke, Florida. the Bradford Square Shopping M
LEGAL NOTICE Commerce sponsor of the annual Riverland Music Club held Nov. 13 at
Bradford clerk of the above
County. 11/6 courta yOU ARE HEREBY Center. O
the home of Mrs. J.C. Ramsey in La
Notice Is hereby parade.The .
given
4tchg 11/27. written statement of NOTIFIED that an action Wilson reports Shriners from
that the 1980 Tax Rolls parade will start forming at Crosse.'N
any' claim or demand to foreclose a mortgage Starke and will be t
Keystone Heights r,
NOTICE OF they may have. Each on the following are now open for collection 9:30 a.m. at the Bradford Square New members joining the group at
INTENTIONTO claim must be In writing in Bradford County property as of November 17thIn Shopping Center in Starke., in the parade. this time were Mrs. Mary Ann Andrews ia.it
REGISTER and must Indicate the Florida: the offices of the Tax Route of the parade will take it Santa Claus will formally arrive and Mrs. Sue Crowford, both of

FICTITIOUS basis for the, claim the All of Lot 12 of Block 1 Collector In the Brad I north on US-301 to Madison Street kicking off the gala Christmas shopping Graham. :UR I

NAME name and address of the of Nat Williams Subdivision ford County Courthouse,. (SR-100). It will turn east to Thompson season. Following the business meeting a
Pursuant to Section creditor or his agent or In Northwest Storka. Fl. Telephone! Street north on Thompson to Call High school bands from Starke musical program was presented by o's

86S.09, Florida Statutes, attorney, and the Quarter of Southwest 9646280. Office Hours: Street where' the parade will head Keystone Heights and Lake Butlerare Mrs. Eloulse Ramsey, Mrs. Nell Ito
amount claimed. If the B;30 to 5:00 Monday thru expected to appear In the parade.accordinlC .Mrs. Jeannie Broome Mrs.
notice Is hereby given Quarter(NW V of SW%) west until it nets to Orange Street Mann ,
that the undersigned claim Is not yet du., the of Section 22. township 6 Friday except legal to Wilson. Anita Countryman and Amy Crews 4'1

ALAN T. LEITH OR date when It will become South. Rang. 22 East. holidays.If daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Allen )11

MARGARET RYAN Rout. due shall be stated. If has been filed-agalnsl Crews. Mrs. Ramsey also presented alt

4, Box 1403 Starke, Fl the claim Is contingent or you and you are requiredto taxes paid In. Dr. Lounette Eaton, B.S., D.C. biographical sketches of two composers ;

32091 joint owners do- unliquidated the natureof serve a copy of your November 17 thru Dec. Carrie Jacob Bond and John 01til
Ing business as the uncertainty shall written defnss. If any' 16-4 % Discount! Dr. Wayne C. Eaton, D.C. Pierpont. '
GOODIES UNLIMITED be stated. If the claim Is to It. on the plaintiffs attorney December 17 thru Dec. A luncheon .
Thanksgiving was enjoyed
31 3% Discount ill
Rout. 4, Box 1403. .secured the security whos name and ;
Stork. Flo 32091. Intends shall be described. The address Is Robert G. 'January 2% Discount; Keystone Chiropractic Clinic following the meeting.
.
February = 1% Discount ,
claimant shall
deliver
Post
to register said fictitious Cochran Esquire
nam under the sufficient copies of the Office Box 1531 Tampa ; March No Discount nsM

provisions of aforesaid claim to the clerk to Florida 33601 and file the : April Penalty- At SR-21 North ;
statute. enable the clerk to mail original'with the clerk of J.R. Kelly, ski

Dated this 13th day of on. copy to each per the above styled court an Tax Collector Suite 5 ,
Bradford County Keystone Shops .13to)
lanai! .
November A.D. 1980 In representative.All or before December 27 M
Bradford County. 11/13 parsons InterestedIn 1980; otherwise a judge Itchg 11/20. Phone 473-3604 :
4tchg 12/4. the estate to whom a ment may be en.ered .
copy of this Notice of Administration against you for the relief
Did You Know Hours and p.m.6p.m.. ..xJrivilh
NOTICE OF has been demanded in the complaint 9a.m1p.m.
That Starke Now
mailed are required, or petition. IK*
INTENTIONFl QTIIUE"OlltHS/ Has a full LinepNPllniarltCards .. Mon. Tues. .Wed. & Fri. 100
) hand and ,
TO REGIS'TER'-T! r'rI I*f ? r- pWUNiSSsnu. ; '"' "" *" jj ,
,! :; ; ; ,
IO"'S1" .\4 flit" TJ ,DATiOUH. .it V'Mhe sal el told Court on .. ) ar I
I FIRST PUBLICATION OF November 12 1980. and Gifts *9 a. mr-l 711".-Thursdays '

THIS NOTICE to tile. any Clerk Circuit Court By: The Office Shop __ .. .. "m' "
Pursuant to Section objections they may Beulah M. Moody. Deputy 110 W.Call St. Modern X-Ray Physical Therapy'FacilitiesHappy REALTY
have that the Starke964.5764FLORILUD
challenges Clerk. .
869.09, Florida Statutes,
validity' of the decedent
11/204tchg 1211W
notice is hereby given
that the undersigned -
PHONE 964-7776
GEORGE f. GOETZMAN. All CECILIA 9TERWILLIGAR
Stark, Fl' 32091. solo Vftiffi ', 205 N. Temple Starke

owner, doing business GOOD ...
OS GOETZMAN CON I Ile Wayne Douglas Broker-Salesman

STRUCTION CO., Starke. OLt-FASlliON) REAL ESTATE Telephone'...6.93 .
Fla' 32091 Intends to
Thanksgiving rot' ..
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register said fictitious ;,,"" ..........
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name under the provisions "" .
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statute 't w.... .
Dated this 17th day of 1.,.

Nov.mb, A.D. 1980)!) Int

Bradford;County. 11/20 Ornum2t REALTY FRULKNER [Q .

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Temple Avenue

SHOWCASEPROPERTIES.INC. REALTOR- is a J I

J1M I.'/. both registered collective Bradford Villas Resent load, Starke, Fla. A nice place. t
221 Lafayette St. Across from Wishbone to live. At prices you con live with. The townhouses offer r /
mark
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membership
Realtor Apartments for Rent a beautiful, secure maintenance free life style. Charm
which be used t
w 2-story house, S may only Office Space Far Rent comfort and quality describe the 2BR !/, B brick veneer
Box 1338 by real e tale.proles. homes which feature Ort
4 baths, within a Room, efficient kitchen
Keystone Hot! 32650 r, Rd. 14 last. sionals who are 2BR IS. frame 'In town $15.000 or Good terms. ceblnets end closets galore...super energy saving Insulation -

An Roberts ** 00 members of the NA.TJONALASSOCIATiON -3 BR 3 Bo, C/B house very largo outside building Bossent ...Cash In on our pre-constructlon prlc...Your

Gratimrv 473-4903 with lake occ.... 3 Rd. ; townhouse can .be customised to suit your Individuality.Model .
fireplace and OF REALTORSand .3 BR I'%' So. C/B hou..I.rg. lot Or.ng.II,2 ,_. Is ready NOW. Shawn .by appointment only. I

.RM| Estate KEYSTONE ARIA other, features. subscribe to its strict -2 BR I 'Ba., Laura St. garden spot house completelyremodeled. SPECIALS

BRADFORD COUNTYMH Code of Ethics. 4CLARK, .New brick 3 BR 2B 1600 sq. ft. CM A. In city.
... ( soned -3 BR 2 Be, Central) H/A large porch roc. room an.1 acre SR
988 N. Temple lot( In I Nearly new 3 1KB. Parkwaod Sub. $32,000. RedgcedEastwood .
9 4-7828x. 'In Sunrise Pent, lake "" City. b.oullfullot Dr. 3 BR 3 B. panel carpet $30,000. Reduced
3 BR I Ba large Green Acres Terms.
access, fenced $*SOO.00. .407 Milton Terrace-nearly new-many tras-$31.000.
r GEORGE ROBERTS- Broker forms with lots of 2 story Patch house next to Fla. Pest Control can be
home, or same type commercial nice size lot. HANDY MAN SPECIALS
A OCIATESt -Home.lts In radfoTJ ; .alls also fruit
: -Cettoge with 225' frontage on beautiful Black Creek 3SR t I acre Wilson. Road reduced SI3.300.
: Weekends end Evenings Call County near toko. $4,000.
Mlddleburf. -40* W. Adklns-House A SO' M 10O" lot SI2.500.
Richard Roberts. 944-SS95 .. .
Ann Godwin .5. '
I with 3 .414. W. Adklns from 4 BR 1V4S $13.MO.
acre SR I Be. Green house Wilson Rd. Owner fin.
Patsy Sllcax '...657' Norman Nodding .'...59.. 10 acre In Bradford .. Please callVernle .
IR 10. frame *""".. .beautiful oak 130V 421 W. Adklns 2 BR-carpart-fenced ....000.
John R. Smith'...6217 County. $l$00 pen ecre.Loke Odom. Broker ;9:2: az.V:: .
HOMES -STARKI3BR 1 CRI Phone 9645476.Pesirl'Andrews : PREFERRED PROPERTIES
IB, Ism garage 90>xlOO' .lot-Collins PI. lot Keystone ere*.' '....173' acres with very nice 3 BR 1'/. bath brick veneer r 14 Ac. Brewnlee Rd Col. home, bam stream $44,100.

Frame home en 2 lots with wereheuse-Walnut St. t'MO and up. home, variety of fruit 4 nut trees, good posture. 3 small e Beautiful lake Geneva 300' .beech, 4 homes-Own. fin.

.3BR, 2B. brick nice lot-104 Lafayette., -... bams. .404 N. Cherry2 large nicely fun. ot.. Owner fin.
2SR. IB, Black Fenced 43S Plnewood Dr. e Home a 3 acres In Breaker $41.400
.3SR, 1 1'/0'. Block nice 1 g 1320 Searing St. alph Bryan Real Estate I 'Ill M IIS Westmoreland ft., nice franc.'Beautiful .2-Story Classic. antebellum. 1 acre 34000.

Small home, ,.nto'ln".IInt.' low price-Cherry $tt "'/. acres with 490 pecan trees, 4" well 3 sep *CB ranch en Rd 1001. $15,000.

Frame" home, 3SR1B. clean 4 neat Prett St. .. ..b1ow.callSt. m 9645231OPEN tic tanks 2 fish ponds, fenced a cross fenced., nice 1241 Johns Drive, swimming peal I. thirties. '

.Frame home, goad location,.BR,2B.Park Place.Lerge (Cor. US 301 a Call St.). FOR BREAKFAST pasture Ira... Terms. Hems wkshp-Rd..100W 3 BR. CHeA fP ,..,S39.SOO.:

frame home I.. "yard, $ Flrepleces Water St. U3 .2.. SB Ranch CH&A .I2A for gerden.Rd.23S-$41.

.4 BR. 3B,.large, screened rec.room-Searing St. 964.B1BBANyrME Kitchen cabinet. *.breakfast galoreplus Small .building In good location an Washington St. forsoma 123 yr. old h.mo(2'60( sq. ft.). Hampton 1 3 Ac-'>>..IOO.AC.'AG. ).
a spacious type, .business.Apartment .
MONDAY-FRIDAY,.J SATURDAY 9-13
OUT-OF-TOWN HOMES p.m. nook In this newly .beauty shop 4 barber for .
shop building sale,
.3SR, IB. frm. 21 acres, 3-car garaga-M.l. Starling Rd. "Evenings and Sunday by appointment. redecorated kitchen. This or could be changed to another type .business, near Holiday ..0..... across; reed from Bedford. lake $105.OOO.

2$. Daublewlde' Mobile Home. .1'''. I A.-SR16W Ralph P. Bryan REALTOR clean attractive 2 Inn. Term. '20 .c.... Rd. 100 W $27,90. Owner financed.

-4SR, I'. frame, large lot. Lake Butler, WATERFRONT SAMPSON LAKE 4 BR-2 Battt-24 .bedroom I bath homemust .440' frontage en Hwy 301 N. with large C/. .building Aapartment ...43 Ac. lewtey are formerly' ".... Skin ledge" 40000.
2SR. IB, Stucco Large let.-SRIOOI. loa to loa ..7. Acres Rd. 330A A Wilson Rd. $11,700,
seen
appreciated. ,
60 DW Mobile Home CH3.A Kitchen Appliances previously Horne between Starke 4 Lewtey.
-3BR, 2B. Stucco Fireplace Mr South. $27.700.GRAHAM Just Listed ,at Very versatile .building. '40 Acres Hampton $40 000 i.% Interest-Owner fin
-2BR,.1$. From. Urge Poole SR125 West. $23.100. '54 ejcres-to* 100-owner will flnence.

Large fat. 2 mobile. homes-Sampson take Rd. ROAD .t -BR-Frame on 2 Acres .-. .'2.* acres with 12 $4 MH West of Stork*. .13 acres 301 I Morgan lid. Owner finance $3*.000.

Frame, 4 IR.tS. nice workshop, over1 4A-Hampton. $27,000. WATERFRONT 2 Hampton-Let with 12 x 4$ MH large Terms. .16 acres OrlHIs loop-timber-own. fin. $10.BOO...
polio. .
-Beautiful; 4 BR.2B, I brick, epx. 10AW. of lewtey. EXCELLENT NEIGHBORHOOD -3 BR. 2 Ba-Black. .bedroom, 2 bath 'mobile .'/,, acre with 12 x 40 MH with built en dining room end $.. acres near Presbyl. .Church a hospital-moke offer.

Double garage 21R.1%'. C ilck.ep.. 3A. SR "UW, Fam. Rm. CHAA Caress 4 Neat -$ 0._. .hem on canal t* CrosbyLake. screen porch: Control H/A. only 'I3.SOO.OO. tors INVESTMENT,

Brick, 3 BR. ... apxl: .10-1. 100E.Frame. Excellent condition '1 Trailer tats Brewnlee' Id.,20 ...
garage -B PECAN TRIM ON THIS ACRI with 3 IN:2Be. Don't miss this 12 x 4$ MH en % acre nicely,landscaped dn.per $ ._.
S iR, IB. lg.autfaldgapx. 4%' A.-$..... Rd. Modern brick "' _'.m. Rm. ".0..- $..,,OG. I1S.SOO. yard,. with family room, scree parch, carport, 'utility ISO'xlSO' commercial en SOI-own.r fin. $33OOO.
-New" Cypress home, 2SR.IS. 10 A,-OH Selfless .Hwy. room built on also has metal utility .bulldlnc net attached. Country Club let Itff x B3'-nice location-$10,004.
21. IB. LR, PR, kltchen.dlnlng-Cry.tol. lake A. 1 ACRE MOBILE, HOMI LOTS ".500 ..si, IocI. SHIN'S BILIIVIN-' Partially furnished $18,500.00. Hempten Oeks let f 15. trees, owner financed-$7.BOO.

Pool. FP, 3BR; 2B. Brick-Country Club erea.lerge. .' Spacious 3 bedroom elder Busy Cell a Water St. lot 23$' 14' Owner fin. '''.100.)

.pp..... SA., 3SR. IB $.... 1001. .-' Old home, new "homes forms end acreeges,. .businessand hem III'.oocI.condition Approximately 3 acres of very nice land with single wide 'C.II" commercial. let 100' it 190' Owner fin. ".900,

-3 SR. IB, LR. DR epx. I acre lot-S.R. 1001. Industrie-site*. $",'OG. MH! 3SR 1 l/4 la, with 4 additional. reams have .been ,BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES

Brick homo approx. 32 acres $... 121. started es addition. 7M W. Madison, former Mobil sto.-$2J.OOO.

ACREAGE I CAll USAT964-qN.**ANYTIME! DAY OR NICMT11 OWNER 'FINANCED,3 '1 ear. with 12 x 45 MH I open porch 4 I screen parch. *> $. W.',"" New large, warehouse-SI2.SOO.
-7 ...... 3 trailer hook-ups > Crosby. take Shores.lake bedrooms. 3 boths, control) built en, $13.500.00.Klngsley Greet from
ASSOCIATE$-AFTER HOURS property acre** Holiday Inn-Own.Fln.Stere .
let Sampson Leko.Approximately heat A air, csreet.'eet-ln Lake ores t'/t ocre with septic tank 4 ....11..IDUCID. Apts. en Ml_geed ntieh-owner fin.
S acres f. fey''. Area.; \ S1 Ii.i I tllllon C. Pearson W tf''.:.X)Vndtl' Powell.. pet
>I. **' l } ; : ,'. t kitchen large gouge see .,0G0.... ft. CB .blag.. en Rd. 141 Owner...
-$% acres an Fersyth Rd. Broker/olesmn Associate .. I...... M9.9OO. The '
acre 'V i Property Management$ervlcesApprelsalt ""'""'oIc._.) t cottage en Madison,. Owner fin.

0'-4/'ecres-OH acre Mobile.SR233.Homo lot- Woodland 4.Acres. '*, ,_ Office.'...521.Manager. ." -.- 944-4B43 ewes concrete will.block. linens home"wltK this .Susan M. roulnner-RIALTOR-f .$$M MM. .Income few., turn rentels-Call > Bay ".000.
loLerOe.p complex en 301 good. cash flew, ,
-lfulIO ...r..Counir"clu" ..... Reddish J.flOO down" ; ".1.) .f Irene,. Faulkner $ own fin.
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Engaged Couple; Starke'Elks Maker" acksonville'VisitationStarke -

Party Honorees District Deputy Grand Exalted
Elks
and their ladies
Sheryl Hill and David Silcox were r the Northeast District Deputy attending Ruler George Dominiannl will make, .
official
an visit to his
entertained Saturday night by a visitation to Jacksonville Southside home lodge
group friends at the home of John Elks Lodge Monday night Nov.10; Starke 1802 on Monday, Nov. 17, .
when the local Elkettes will
and Joanna Snead in Gainesville. serve din-
were: George and Margaret Brown / +w
The party focused on a glowing Bill and Marian Flnucan George antiAda ner to the visiting Elks and their a
ladies from the other
campfire where the 20 guests enjoyed t- ,t Dominiannl J.D. Doyle and Nea- Northeast District. This 10 lodges in the r .
cooking out, visiting and presenting w ly McConnell. visitationwill wrYt
the honored couple with a shower of be the conclusion of an eleven
lovely gifts.Hospital. lodge tour throughout the Northeast
THANK YOU District of Florida Elkdom. where
District Deputy Dominianni
AuxiliaryTo The family of E.J. Dowling, Sr., presented the programs of the Grand
wishes to thank our many friends for Lodjte.
Meet Monday NightThe their kindness and sympathy during

Bradford County Hospital Auxiliary the loss of our beloved husband and. The monthly Bring Your Own Steak
will meet Monday night at 6:30: father. supper at the Starke Lodge will be
pm. at the Western Steer Steak held Saturday,Nov.22. Hopefully,the
House. Cleone M.Dowling and family fire will be !ready about 6:30: p.m.
Plans for the Christmas tea will be
discussed. Did you know:...

Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Brannen of Mrs. David Montgomery and
Rev raul W.tfaughman Bedford Lake Mrs. Belle Brown of daughter Janet,.visited Mrs. Mary
Hampton anb daughter Kathrine Virginia Lawson in Summerville,S C. ,
BIRTHSWilliam Assembly of God Carbone and Estell Hagerty of Saturday to Monday. v" >ar'

Gets New PastorThe Elizabeth N.J. visited St. Augustineand !
Marlneland last Friday. _1J
Joel Chilly Rev.Paul W. Baughman(now Betsy Yawn of Tallahassee was
serving as pastor of the Assembly of Mrs. Cecelia Terwlllegar and Mrs. home for the weekend.
Mr. and Mrs. Joel Wayne Chitty of God Church, located two blocks west Martha Dorko spent the weekend in _
Gainesville announce the birth of a of 301 on Route 18 in Starke. He beganhis Sanford visiting Mrs. Terwillegar's. Among those attending the Shrine
son, William Joel born Nov. 10 at pastoral duties with the church on father J.H. Truluck, who is ill. Ceremonial Parade Saturday in Mortgage-burning ceremony highlights last week's meeting of the Woman's
Shand's Teaching Hospital. Oct. 12.Prior. Jacksonville were: Fayne and Bernice Club of Starke. Participating (from left werei Mrs. Donald Weber State
Paternal grandparents are Mr. and to coming to the Assembly of Mr. and Mrs. Stan Reddish of Tam- Bateman Charles Dinkins, Gil Finance Chairman: I\In.C.H.Natworthy.past president of the Starke club; and
Mrs. James L. Chitty of Santa Fe God Church, he pastored a church in pa will be spending this weekend with Nelson E.W. Hodges, Paul and Glen- Mrs. William Thomson incumbent president.
Lake. Maternal grandparents are New Castle Pa. their parents Mr. and Mrs. Vincent da Baker Dr. R.S.Mullins and Buddy
Janet Hill of Pomeroy. Ohio and The Rev. Baughman pastored churches Lewis of Kingsley Lake and Mr. and Lewis.
Robert Gooch of Gallipolis, Ohio. in three different states. During Mrs. Drew Reddish of Starke.
Great grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. his pastoral duties he preached in Attending the annual Fall Roundup HAVEA...
James H. Chitty of Starke Mrs. Atha revival services with emphasis on the Mr.and Mrs. Frank Mitchell had as square dance Friday and Saturday at ??/
Copeland of Santa Fe Lake, Mr. and Holy Spirit Filled life. weekend visitors their daughter, son- the Civic.Auditorium were May and t
Mrs. Kerr Gooch and Esky Hill of The pastor received his ministerial in-law and new grandson Mr. and Harry Hatcher, Dina and Jerry 7
Pomeroy, Ohio. training In Lakeland Fla., and was Mrs. Jim Hardee and Chris of Petrella Linda and Joey Baldree ?<
ordained in Erie Pa.in 1955 at an Leesburg. Becky and Gareth Jones and Carojand .
Daniel Alben Leanure,Jr. Eastern District Council meeting of Mac Baldwin.
the Assemblies of God.
Mr. and Mrs. Danny Leasure an- The Rev. Baughman has traveled .
nounce the birth of their son Daniel throughout the Holy Land,Athens and
Alben Leasure Jr., November 19, in Corinth Greece and other Biblical
Shands Teaching Hospital in countries.

Gainesville. While riding across the sea of GOOD FOODS FOR
Maternal grandparents are Mr.andMrs. Galilee he had the opportunity to
Bernard Baez of Starke. Paternal minister to a group of people and give
grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. his testimony of a Miraculous Healing

Claude Leasure of Starke. Miracle that saved his life. tl TURKEYS, HAMS, CRANBERRY SAUCE, PUMPKIN PIE


_ Did you know.... 1,
'
Mr. and Mrs. J.S. Walker of Savannah EVERYTHING' WE BELL HAS A w CALIFORNIA +
Ga. and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mrs. W.H. Thomson, Mrs. John W. MONEY
Undenll of Gainesville were weekend Griffin, Mrs. Robert Hall and Mrs. II EMPERORGRAPES
guests of Mr. and Mrs. J H. MoncriefMr Edward Hall attended the FFWC BACK _
district 4 President's Council meeting
and Mrs. Monday at the Jacksonville Beach GUARANTEEI

Largo visited her bruu... ._ ._. ..u ,un's Club.
in-law Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Moran SUPER PER dltI
Mrs. L.H. Gibson returned Tuesdayof SUPER
over the weekend. POUND [DISCOUNT
last week from a week's visit with n

Mrs. Marian Perry of Neptune her brother and sister-in-law Mr. and
Beach visited her grandmother, Mrs. Mrs. M.J. Peterson In Silver Springs
Louie Bell Parks last Wednesday.Lewis Md. and with friends in Newark, Del. '

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Wood of Savannah Ga. Is Mrs. John Griffin and Mrs. W.H. '. ....:."', ....,
visiting his cousin, Mrs. Ewell Thomson attended the annual safety .. .. .. 'f
Lawson this week. They visited Mr. crime presentation and anti-shop lifting
.
aCE'AN SAVE 11. A LB
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and Mrs. Jessie Abbott in Bowling campaign seminar on "Take a SPRA''y' SAVE 11 A LB SAVE U'
Green on Sunday. Bite Out of Crime" for the FFWC S CRANBERRYSAUCE ;
district 4 at the Southside Woman's ..
Mrs. Bill Morar and daughter of Club on Tuesday.Mr. : saveas a i. e IS M -w A
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Panama City are visiting her mother, a SAVUJO'p 5.5.
Mrs. H.A. Lawson and also her and Mrs. Milton Bradley ..u'I -' ''' lil = L== Ft C1A w 1"- 24.FOR o'Iies LBaAa ALL.u vW 3
11 father who is a patient in North Gainesville were Saturday visitors :(. l : FLORIDA $"flOO a. n $' (555 1.5 BAG
Florida Regional Hospital. and S.T.Dell of Gainesville was Tues- BAKINGPOTATOES 48 COOKING
day visitor of Mrs. J.E. Wilson. : 1 gcz.. : TANGERINES JL 1. 6C
.. APPLES
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Rhymer Howell is a patient in : : eAVe 10*.TENDER CALIFORNIA BUNCH .
Alachua General Hospital.Mrs. Mrs. George Flynn, Mrs. Hazel : .' : Fresh AVE 24' NFIW CROP save 10*.sNO P m I LI THATMushrooms .
'THTII'acaoPO"OOODTH..tD.. Broccoli 78AVB
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Fla.
Langston Mrs. Barbara Pate and MOV Oranges. .1271SAVBIC
SC. tWO LIMIT I .
COUPON WITH
I James Barron returned Tues- Mrs. Jack Woodcock of Atkinson A aUANTITV.T.,3O OR. MORE RK1NTS FOOD RESERVED. ORDER. : 1S'.OIORQIA R.O.WEETPotatoes .PRBSH . 158

day after foot surgery last week in N.C. will be Thursday to Sunday I ia.u... .... .u 4LB81 a. Grapefruit 6/89* 6.We- PsoMeg.|
North Florida Regional Hospital.Mrs. guests of Mrs. Mack Williams. .. Slaw or Salad 49

W.B. Spell and Mrs. Pearl Mrs. H.M. Richarde and Mrs. S.R. PANTRY PRIDE F
Moncrief of Orlando were last Mon- Johns attended the funeral of Allan KING SIZEBREAD LOW PRICE POTTED9MUM8

day to Wednesday guests of Mr. and Long in Ocala on Tuesday.Mr. .. LIBBY'S WHIT.THEY LABT.......COLOR, ,.

Mrs. W.S. Haas. and Mrs. Marion Harringtonand l ;: TOMATO U KLEENEX" I slncH 2 S!.,

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harrison of daughters of Ormond Beach will Uobi/ > ioiJ
Ocala were Sunday visitors of Mr. spend the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. (: a PAPER u A"S

and Mrs. A.S. Harrison. J.D. Seymour.Mr. I ta 2/8 .3 JUICE 1OM1Q, -f .. TOWELS ANDIE1:pt.eo: M;,tT"l ,;I ,.ff..t.aA

A :
Wayne Henley of Advance, N.C. and Mrs. George Miller spent awv '24 r CoBM EUTHOL'IIDAYUnun
was Friday to Wednesday guest of Wednesday to Monday in Jackson- ::
Mr and Mrs. Jerome Johns. ville visiting their son and family,Mr. : 46os 69 8S 59w _
and Mrs. Jack Miller and house ISI CAN SQ. Fr. 'Fir P f .AA
Mr. and Mrs. R.C. Buford and Mrs. guests. Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Myers of SAVE -
SAVE 14' 1001 <> a
Gloria King visited Mr.and Mrs. D.P. Aurora, Colo.Commissary. i .
Sulley in Jacksonville on Sunday. ....Jr..._.__.....":SASS.... aYt .. _

Dr and Mrs. H.H. Adams spent last Food Store Cloverleaf"' Rolls2/$109 ... ,

Monday to Friday in Wilmington.Del. 782.3017Located sAss Ir. _e01.oIN TOP rA; .f 'AVI IO*.....WEET ......M"'.___.............._"..m. .
where Dr. Adams attended a meeting In old Mince Meat Pie.-610 Bruce Potatoes. .69 Stove Top'TBT1., .79* .."..
of DuPont doctors. They also visited Bastard M.at Shop says 10*.3001 COLOBItTOf, says JO.I2oi PANTRY PRIDB HEAL $AVB IS'. I0uSalad LAW.PRICE...
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Little in Wilmington StOI.Rd. MS a 301 ..PIe..tJ *169 Chocolate 179 !
Pumpkin ., Chips.
Olives. .99 '
former Starke residents. .
Open; 7-11,7 days a week .... 10*.!_MKMMT MOTNBI**HIHrtHllHiHI OH ..... .. PA'T''D ''
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Mrs. C.Y. Mayo of Tampa is spen- Custom Cutting for Frmur and Rye Bread,,,. ..,.?., .,.69 Comstock.Tr="i f''". 59* Cocktail J '. 'I3910M ,., ."
Wrapping .
ding a few weeks with her sister Mrs. SAVE an PANTMV PHIDB NKATf ftBRVB 1 a PAKDinner SAWS I0>.'0._PANTRY PRIDB HBO.OR MINI KIOD. PRIDE ,
Mamie Lou Edwards Starke and Rolls..279AVB t :
other relatives in Lawtey and lunch M.ol Special. Marshmaliows..3-9 Marshmallow'cREe49 ,.
30* I.ill CAN COFFEE]
Jacksonville.Miss Fresh Yard IOMPYNB TA TBCherries ..
Eggs ((1.89 Brown) ((1.79 AVB IP. II CAN:
Whit.) p.r Hat Fruit Cake. . ,: 1" . 68 'Mandarin Oran g es49 Milk 1.99 gal. PERK

Stephanie Garcia of Pepsi l 1.39 16 oa.8 pack Cla"aRIC, 1 LB
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Camarillo, Cal. and Miss Jane Anderson Coca Cola I 1.49 16 ox.8 pack BAG
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.. MAYONNAISE .
Budw i r 12 01. bottle 6 pack 2.59 ,5,532os
of Ventura. Cat returned to their
Old Milwaukee 12 01. R.g/lit. 1.99 C
homes on Monday after two weeks
All Cat 8..r 1.35 above .
cost
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visit with their grandmother Mrs.
Fresh Ground B..f I 1.49 lb.Fresh $199
Lila Caldwell and family.
Fryers .59 lb.

W. accept food stamps :JAR 96 e '

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:J It'* Homecoming Friday night as "What worries me Is they don't
,rl 1 the Tornadoes of BUS close out their throw that often but number IS is a
grid season against the Fernandina See pg. 1A for more on Homecoming Festivities good receiver and so is their tight end.
; Beach Pirate In an 8 p.m. game at number 82." Hartley continued. "It'sa

'.' Bradford Stadium. Englewood last week but misfortune Junior halfback Terrence Flagler "This is the fourth wishbone team tough situation... the tight end will
: The Tornadoes will try to have what struck as the Rams came back for the (number 24, 8-9 183)) compares we've played but we've had to workon block 2 or 3 counta.and then release
=: Is hoped to be downfield and if he behind
a good
Homecoming Palatka backs. In gets) uswe're
crushing win. favorably with the protecting the outside more
.
.
crowd weather permitting leave the listed not going to catch him. We're Ndr
the Flagler was against Fernandina because that'sthe
final 198041 football game with the "They killed themselves last week preseason have to do a i
"
the can't-mist college prospects like to thrown
they reading
Secondary
among go
..:. ... taste of Homecoming victory rather with interceptions and fumbles,"Tornado but went down with an injury Coach way Mike Hartley said of Friday'svisitors our keys. Nobody's
than with the bitter pill of what has said of for 100 all but It
Coach David Hurse the early. He has proved he Is back and "The others busted it In- over yards on us year
been a disappointing season 2-7 thus Pirates last outing. He and the other up seems like somebody gets 1 of those
against side.
ready with 240 yard game Flagler reminds me a lot of
far. The Pirates meanwhile are BHS scouted the week. We have
coaches ballgame. long es every to
outburst
Stanton and 180 yard Larry Harris of Eastslde (and
a now ghee
looking not only to spoil the festivities "Other than that fine avoid "
they played a against Clay. Last week Flagler was FSU). He cancan inside and big pass play.
go
but to cap a plus-.500 season. They ballgame and had a chance to win." for 120 on 13 carries in break tackles and loose up Something else the Tornadoes will
good stripes get on you or
enter with a 5-4 mark that Includes Tornado scouts depict the Piratesas effort. have to avoid Is thinking more about
the can beat bad the
losing on corners.
wins over Paxon (244)). Monticello a team built along the lines of you the events surrounding Homecoming
((32-14), Stanton (404), West Nassau fourth-ranked Palatka a 27-21 winner Hume warns that the other Fernan- "Their other backs are good now than preparation for the game. As
((34-2). and Clay ((12-7)) and losses at over BHS earlier. That Is a wishbone dina backs fullback Vincent Sibleyno. they can beat you" Hartley warned. Hurse puts it "I don't know of a football -
the hands of top-ranked JacksonvilleLee team loaded with speed to burn, not ( 32, SR 180) and halfback Okie 'But we just can't let him (Flagler) coach who looks forward to play,
(7-44), Baker County ((15-22), huge but as has been the norm this Demps (no. 22, JR 180) are touch, beat us. It's like when you play ing on Homecoming... because of all
Bishop Kenny (27-28 in overtime), year bigger than the Tornadoes. The elusive backs also. "Next to Palatka Georgia you have to stop Herschell the distractions. Plus we've Just gone
and Englewood ((16-33 last week). Pirates may not have as many rugged they'll be the fastest team we've Walker or (George) Rogers at South through an open date which is not a
The Pirates were up 13-0' on sprinters as do. the Panthers but played." Carolina. good thing at this time of the year
.because it takes away from the drive
you've had. It .Just prolongs the
season.
"We're really going to have rely on
the kids' pride to get themselves
ready and not look past what
Homecoming is all about (the
game)."
"Hopefully their minds will be in
THANK.SGIVING the right place" said Defensive
Coach Jimmy Thomas."We'll have to
be ready because of what Fernan-
dina's got." Hartley was more A Twirler for
I AND BEST OF ALL-EVERYDAY LOW PRicES RED direct: "They will be ready."
...."... ."....... ..' The Whirl
Hum said the; squad; is in good Regina Rasnlck and the rest of the
shape Injury-wise after the off week. BUS majorettes will provide entertainment
f. CAN'Tt Most of the minor bumps are healed. at tonight's Tornado Whirl
SLicED YOU and at Friday's ballgame.

BUY BETTER

I 8 BREAKFAST -...SO WHY

k BACON PAY MORE? Roundball Ticket Drive On

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SUPER PER
i POUND DISCOUNT ALL ITEMS.aPRICesGOOD. BHS Basketball Coach Mike Sexton has launched a season ticket sales. drive to
HACARTONON QUANTITY.THRU WED RIGHTS,HOV RESERVED.MRS. 1* 148O drum up interest in the coming Tornado basketball season, set to open Friday
E Dec. S, at home against St. Augustine.The .
season passes are$12 for 10 home games for adults; it's a$3 saving or two
dlI free games whichever way you look at it.Student season passes are available for
9 8'4C DISCOln $8 a $2 saving or two free games.
AlramLB A special adult section will be set up directly behind the Bradford High bench.
:' BONELESS SMOKED says Coach Sexton.Students will be seated on the opposite side of the gym behindthe
SAVE. .. Z ALB 'SA.Ve30.ALB, SAVE 40Ewa __ opposing team. It will be explained. to the students where they are to sit,Sex-
... .. DINNER"HAMS ton says,,. ... .
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"f""U''! .l "I" for Uie'ticket two-'fo'ld: Sexton ""First
fJJ E : .' '" .. 1IdIf'! A. ': 'The reasons drive are said Monday. of
BONELE9S/AS' -- SAVa30. t, all to drum up interest and get that community support we need.And the second
TURKEY @! SAvafa HYGRADEMOOR'S t La 'KO HVORADE. WEST thing is to try to get a little money into the program. But we're really interestedin
PAN ROAST.. TASTY OCLKIOUB .FILBERTS tans PKO. ?, RLYKUPAIITYHAlllII VIRGINIA ,getting. the people out there to watch us and support the program.
...SAResseava QUARTERSOLEO $178 I'm really pushing It because this group of kids has really worked hard. I
ALL Vf HITB 2 LB PACKAGES 58 FRANKS $ think the hard work will pay dividends. When? I don't know. ? can't make any
l TURKEY MEAT uni*. .3" promises. There's only 3 varsity players back. I Just know it's a group of kids

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PIBAT 3TU.Y 98 work with them." .
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Beef Ribs 1 Sliced Bacon. .
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said he's the all ticket
ALL DARK trying impossible to see potential buyers
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TURKEY MEAT ....... -2- MVa ruaov.P.a.-nYAWfNYLf ----- SAVE 7O A LB his classes and practice sessions- but knows he's missing people. "I know
TURKEY Ground Beef. '. Ls*148 Sliced Bacon. -178 there's an awful lot of people I haven't seen. I don't mean to overlook anybody
MEAT. .LOAF ....IeI"- I'd like anybody I haven't seen to not wait on me, but to contact me if they're In-
terested. Any support will help us right now."
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are buyer of 10 season panes from Coach Mike Sexton right above..The
40: 9 Western Steer also paid for printing the season pa"H.JJR .

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and lave the1r e-for the total acore 01 Monday nlght'a Oaldand-SeaIUe game and rl
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blanks with either the name of the team you think will 32 points.
win or"tie" If you think tho game will end In a tlo. Th. ,
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unveils his 198041 Lady Tornado Francis kicked another
Girls Basketball Schedule The Jr. romped to 2-polnt conversion -
Midgets an
basketball team at the Keystone 1MO-I1 and threw to Chuck Goodowna
undefeated regular with 434whomplng
Thanksgiving Tournament Mondayand season a for t EP to wrap up the Cowboy scorinj .
of Green Cove last Saturday
Tuesday night,Nov.24-25 he'll be t .
Mon. Nov.24 and Tue. Nov. 25 out 8-0 that
closing an campaign
unwrapping little package.The Thanksgiving Tournamentt L Simon Mitchell fumble recovery
saw the Cowboys otiUcore its opposition
set Davis'
BHS girls squad has none of the Keystone 293 to 12 with just 6 points tallied up score.
Aaron Mathews recovered
another
height that is becoming more and against the defense.
more a part of girls roundball but M D.c. I Palatka, H.7130 The Bradford Jr. Midgets will now bobble to set up Bellamy's 30 yard
what Thomas is blessed with Is a Th DK. 4 Baker Co. A'7:30 test outside competition in the rugged scoring sprint An interception by
leadership corps of half-a-dozen girls M OK. a Eastside A-7 Pop Warner bowl "second season", Doug Saninns preceded Hankerson'stackle
with varsity playing experience and Th D.c. 11 Buchholl A-7 The Cowboys will play in the Lunar' in the end zone to move the
good talent and quickness. M OK. IS Gainesville H'7:30 Bowl in Titusville this Saturday Nov. score to 2M>at the half.

"I told them and I meant it,I've had Th D.c 1. Keystone H7:30Tu 22, probably against an also-unbeaten
J.n. a Gainesville A-I
boys teams who didn't shoot the ball Titusville club The team and parentsare Middleburg 7 Pee Wees 6
Tit J.n. I To 1M Filled
and handle the ball as well as they M J.n. 12 Santa F. A":3D going to Titusville Saturday morning The Bradford Cowboy Jr. Pee Wees
do," Thomas said as practice started Th Jan. IS Buchholl H.7 will be fed lunch by the hosts, went to Middleburg last Saturday and
Monday night. It was only the fourth M Jan. 19 Eastside H-7 and then play at 4 p.m. Saturday. An came away a 7-4)) loser In the football
practice session for the Bradford girls Th. J.n. 22 Palatka' A-7:3D awards banguet is set for Saturday game and hot at the referees.

with Thomas busy with football and M J.n.26 Keystone A7:30Th night. Cowboy Coach Charles Barton said
The team also has been invited
the coach pointed at that fact as Jan 29 Open to his team had two touchdowns called
another disadvantage. "We're going the Shrine Bowl as Clay Conference back and two other scoring plays
M F.". 2 Live Oak H7:30M
to be a little bit behind early becausewe Feb.9 Santa F. H":30 champs to be played In Orange Park wasted by the officials one in par-
just haven't worked together Th Feb.12 Llv.O.k A-7:30 December 8. A team from New Yorkis ticular who Barton said "has thrown
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much" the reported opponent."I after
flag flag against every Bradford

Just how far behind may become Tliurs., Fri.,Sat. I*.20,21 r tle rascals can t say," Coach enough Ronnie about these Thomas lit Counter team he has officiated this
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evident at next week's tourney, as the District TournamentCoach said of his unbeaten crew. "They're year.Barton said one play was whistled

Lady Tornadoes join AA powers Jim ThomasAAway acting like young men not little boys.' dead with Cowboy Steve Jones racing

Keystone and Interlachen, and new H-Home In the Lunar Bowl you have to clear to the goal line after prying the
school Middleburg In the field. BHS platoon completelynobody can go
ball loose from a Middleburg ballcar
plays Interlachen at 6:30 Monday both ways, and that 11 make it a little rier. "Sieve might have scored

night with Middleburg challenginghost tough on us, but we'll be alright. another touchdown If the official had
Keystone in the nightcap. The They've been hitting harder the last 2
not gotten In his and made no effort
first-night losers play at 6:30 Tuesday 9-3 JV team of 1978. weeks than they have all year." to move." way
night with the championship game set Last week's season-capper was a
for 8 p.m. Lost from last season's 11-9 club is rout from the word "Go as John "Everytlme Bradford"made a good
leading rebounder Theresa Woody, David Francis recovered a Green play he penalized them Barton added
"We're going over there with the second-high scorer Janett Easley YIi Cove fumble on the opening kickoff '"This is not just sour apples, It'sthe

idea we can play with those people but and Valery Chandler, Janice Berry and raced 21 yards on the first offensive truth. The boys from Bradford
we know we re a little behind them In and Judy Hankerson. play. That set up Jeff McSwain's have worked hard all year and to
practice time," Thomas noted. The "What we're going to have to relyon i 5 yard TD run on a razzle-dazzle have this happen to them is a crime."

6 girls he's counting on to perform all season is our quickness and the guard-around play. Francis' EP conversion John Hamilton scored the only
right away are seniors Hope Jackson, experience! of those girls" Thomas made it 8-0 and the scoring Cowboy TD on a 40 yard run in the

Mae Hollis, Tracy Hankerson, and said adding that the rest of the roster 11 barrage was on In a game that was fourth quarter. Others who played
Janet Williams, and sophomores hasn't been filled in yet. "We're just the local power score 6 times in just 14 well on offense were: Jones, Johnny
Queenie Berry, and Lorraine Bass. have to do a lot of work on .1 offensive plays. Clark, Greg Pardee, Brian Barton,
Only Hankerson Is in the 5-7 to 5-8 locking out to keep the big girls from -Tony Davis scored on another and Ernest Whilly; and on defense
height range but quickness and killing us on the boards." guard-around, Robert Bellamy Sean Robinson, Malachi Jenkins
togetherness from playing togetherare Tipping Off the Season romped 30 and 15 stripes for scores Todd Parker, Cory Stong and

positive attributes. Jackson, last The first BHS home game, and first No. this tipoff didn't open the local basketball season It was just a battle of Jimmy Hankerson tackled the GCS Stephen Early.

year s scoring leader, Holls, Hanker- action after the tournament, Is Mon- possession between Queenie Berry, left and Lorraine Bass, right, at a BHS practice -' quarterback in the end zone for a
son and Williams all have played day, Dec. 1, against Palatka at 7:30: Monday night. The real tipoff comes Monday night Nov. 24, when the Lady safety, Kerry Hall went 14 yards for a
together for 3 season, starting with a p.m. Tornadoes open their season against Interlachen In a 8:30 p.m. game at the score,and Gerald Brown busted loose Jr. Pee Wee's 12 Bel-Med 7

Keystone Thanksgiving Tournament. for a 21 yard TD run as the margin The Jr. Pee Wees of Bradford clos-

ed out its regular season with a 3-5 -
mark by besting Bel-Med 12-7 last

Men's Basketball League Saturday In Orange Park.A .
30 yard TD run by Greg Wiggins

May Return to StarkePlans t:5fJUffi'il: UE3CE(! with ference just in 30 the seconds game.left"The was defense the dif-

and offense both played an outstan-

are for men's basketball to return to Starke this Winter if enough in- Local WrestlersDo ches. He lost in the semifinals by deci- The program: will be for boys and ding game and never gave up as the

terest is shown at an organizational meeting Monday night, Nov. 24. Well in Jax sion 5-4. girls with age groups being 7-10 and TD in the last 30 seconds showed,"
Starke Recreation Director Cheryl Godwin announced plans for the league, Richard Flynn won 2 and lost 2 and 11-13. Age determining date is said Cowboy coach George Seeley.

which will be run in conjunction with Community Education. Five local wrestlers journeyed to was fourth in the 142 pound Junior; Nqvember 15, 1980. ., Wiggins had scored the first
The organizational meeting will be held at the Old Armory at 7 p.m., Monday Jacksonville for an AAU grappling class. There is no charge for the program Cowboy touchdown IIL.a 25 yard:
night, Nov. 24. It Is Important that anyone interested in participating be at the tourney at Fletcher High and none Tornado wrestlers Billy Green, but all children must wear tennis or scamper late In the firsTnau ana Wit --
, meeting. came home with less than fifth place. Michael McDuffie, and Larry Saucerall basketball shoes. missed the 100 yard mark with 97

All information, rules, fees etc., will be discussed. League play will begin in Danny Nugent, a 1979 BHS placed fifth with 1-2 records. Practice for 7-10 year olds will be yards rushing while Darrln Patterson
January and end in mid-March. graduate, won a first place ribbon in Green was in the 125 pound class, Monday Dec. 1, and Wednesday added :37 and Timmy Seeley provided l
the 129 pound Seniors division and McDuffie at 133, and Saucer 142. Dec. 3. Games beginon December 8, 34. '
was third overall with 3 wins in 4 mat- and will be played at 3:19 and 4 p.m. The defensive leader was Robby

Youth Basketball at the Old Armory.Practice McRae who had 5 tackles, and 3
for 11-13 year olds will be sacks for losses of 12, 8, and 6 yards.
Sign-Ups UnderwayThe held on Tuesday, Dec. 2 and Thurs- Other outstanding defensive performances
Save to 20% on Office Furniture Starke Recreation Department day, Dec.4. Games will begin on Dec. were turned in by James

is now registering players for the 9 starting at 3:15: p.m. McNeal, Dale Brown, Dane Clark

1980-81 youth basketball season with All games will held in the Old Armory Seeley and Dennis Glover. The I
defense the fact that 2
sign-ups lasting through December 2. (across from Bradford High. overcame
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Oiler in an Inter-city .flag. football game played Starke one.,

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Youth. Flag Football for long TD passes and run 7 yards for
4e20 another tally to put the Oilers front
Nov.' neid off a team of the Starke Oilers 22-19 before the Macclenny team
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section November 20.1980 MONITOR 1 TIMES
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Means New Source of Loan FundsGuaranty

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Federal Savings and Federal's net worth was up 8.14 (percent Under the terms of the merger, two
Loan Association of Gainesville has for the fiscal year ending of Guaranty Federal's directors, EarlP.
merged with Fortune Federal Sav September 30, 1980, bringing the Powers and John A. Torode, will
ings and Loan Association of Clearwater association's total net worth to over join Fortune Federal's Board of
effective Nov. 17. $51 million. ,Directors.. Other GF directors will re-
main as members of the advisory
Fortune Federal Board ChairmanC. B.F. Mlzell Jr:, Senior Vice President board.
Raymond Lee and President LeonR. of Fortune Federal's North Included in the merger were
Hammock announced that the Florida Region indicated that an Immediate Guaranty Federal branches at s dire
resulting association to be known as benefit of the merger will be Starke, Lake Butler and Keystone xow
Fortune Federal, will l serve ten counties an Influx of funds available for mortgage Heights.
through 28 offices with. assets of loans.
over$1 billion.

They also announced that Fortune THANKSGIVING
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DAY (Guidance Clinic Forum..:

1. Representatives of Bradford and Union County listen at open forum on programs during an oll- lle visit of the I
R Correctional' Officers' NOV Ray Bevel and Dredee Mack of Gainesville conduct an Bradford-Union. Guidance Clinic office hi Starke. ,

27th E

JB-L? Guidance Clinic Employees QuestionedI
R i Local Union 2848 1 1980SPE"IAL i, I

x I District 3 Mental Health Officials .
CETA Job Opening .....
MEETING
laundry Delivery Person A group of representatives from better reporting system for those persons clinic sponsored program every
Applicants Must Bet Bradford and Union Counties met at who use the services of the clinic Wednesday night at the Recreation
1. Bradford Co. Resident an open house at the Starke office of for those placed on probation. On this Center In the Reno section of Starke.He .
the Bradford-Union Guidance Clinic fact Elwell stated that the courts talked of Carolyn Spooner
Fri. Nov. 21 1980 2. Unemployed 15 out of during their annual on-site Inspection could be requested that certain services discussing problems on alcohol drug
last 20 wks. t21 by the District III Mental of the clinic be used and that the abuse and tobacco at the weekly programs
3.18 years old Health Board and State Department state attorney's office be given a monthly .When she brings a film, Cunningham
8:30: AM & 7:30: PM Health and Rehabilitative Ser- report on the person progress. stated,more youngsters show '
4. Have valid Fla..Driver's J. Clinic Executive Director Dr. up for the sessions. He indicated 23 I
License Ray Bevel, business manager for William J. Lennon stated Elwell's people mostly kids attend the talks. I
Contact Fla. State District III Mental Health Board point was well taken He pointed out Spooner is currently In the hospitaland I
Holiday Inn Starke. : Emp. and DeeDee Mack of the District Ilioffice the clinic has a small stall and it is has not been able to hold the sessions I
Service of HRS both from Gainesville, very difficult to keep on top. In recent weeks.
209 W Call St. Interrogated the persons who attended "If it were required on a monthly "It Is difficult to get kids and adults
Starke Fl. the open house. basis it could be built in to the programs to address themselves to problems," I
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Called by President Doug Spears Bevel commented that it was the ," Lennon says. Cunningham says
Ph. 964-8092 first time those who were interviewedwere Dr. Lennon pointed out that most of j
brought to one room and were Charles Cunningham of the Starke the time kids having problems it Is I
interviewed with the others present. Recreation Department told of a because of their type of parents. '
3! He explained that In the past the Interviews
Ot were conducted in private

t Bradford Tom County Elwell Assistant told the State questioners Attorney Wife Draws 8 Years For
i t that the clinic has more I
creditability In recent rather
crw than when he first came years to the area Her Part in Sawyer Murder'sentenced
: five or six years ago.
i 'ral He made two suggestions to those A 28-year-old Jacksonville woman to the prison term which
present at the hearing. Elwell stated has been sentenced to serve 8 yeras Instate will be followed by seven years probation
that judges are not aware of the programs prison for the murder of Albert after she plead guilty In the case. ,
of the clinic until.they hear Sawyer at his home In Ponte.Vedra; Sawyer Is Ihe.Jbrother of former
: e '. 'about it a alternative. '., J
o 1 'TTW 'Bench'Imt Jarrr8'r" !r"r' "w raw BradfordCounty School Board
r The other suggestion was to have a Kathleen Frances Thornton was member Charles Sawyer.
I Mrs. Thornton entered a guilty plea
iI i .. last month after her husband Charles
Marlin Thornton, 34, of Jacksonville,
1 was found guilty of murder in the first
1981 F-100 FREE SPAGHETTI degree In the case. He was sentencedto
die In Florida's electric chair in
!M13i connection with the case.
Mrs. Thornton told Circuit Judge
: 12909i C Buy One Regular Dinner Get One FREE C Richard O Watson that she and her
i} I o 0 husband went to the Sawyer home at
With This Coupon.Eat In or Carry Out Pone Vedra Beach on the evening of
t tr U U last Jan.21 to commit a robbery That
Offer Good thru f f
\ evening Sawyer was shot in the back
p ..pC" Io I\, p four times following a scuffle with an
= Nov. 26, 1980 Intruder. .. .
0 A cigarette lighter found In the

;. -1\: \ N Restaur N was Sawyer traced home to with Thornton the initials by law CMT enforcement \
; officers and the Thorntons
were arrested a few weeks after the
.
murder.
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..... I 301 S. Starke 964-6877 Thornton testified at his trial that
he went to the Sawyer home to beat r
OPINIONS OM'Earn him up because his wife Kathleen, '
had told him Sawyer forced her to I
have sex with him when she workedfor I
at Air Conditioning -
Sawyer Sawyer
\ your High School Diploma and Heating Company for a short
svs period of time in the summer of 1979

By taking the GED tests. Applications for that Mrs.she Thorton ever had denied sex with to Sawyer.the court'

the GED tests are being taken at the Bradford-

Union Area Vocational. Technical Center. The

deadline is December 3, 1980. Call 964-6150 for in-

Explorer formation. FLA. THEATRE!

Tinted Glass Package Examinations are Scheduled

December 8-9 December 10-11( Starke 964-5451
Pow Brakes
4 Speed 1:00: p.m. 6:30: p.m.

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Sport Wheel Covers Overdrive 6:30: p.m.
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News Briefs (
.... -y Circuit Court.Judge-S.A. Green,
Jr. Death row inmate Thomas. OtIs Nov.8,on a charge of burglary-grand No one was injured in the mishap Aim Ford Mustang driven by Billy
Knight, charged with killing a correc theft by Lt. D.L. Cochran of the which occurred Friday, Noy. 14, at Ray Creech. 30, of Tampa Into the
11 2 Sentenced In that case, a orrectlonal.offlcer tional officer last month at FSP, was County Sheriffs Department. 4:45 p.m. restaurant parking lot to check the
was found guilty of introduction of the petitioner. Woods was released from the Union A 1977 Ford sedan operated by driver out Creech stopped in the
II I In Truck Theft controlled substance Into a state Assistant State Attorney Thomas County Jail in Lake Butler after being Helen Mae Hardenbrook, 56, of parking lot with Sharp parking the
One defendant was placed on probation prison. His attorney, former public M. EJwell had filed a motion with the arraigned before County Judge A.L. Starke, was making a left turn onto patrol car behind Creech's vehicle.
I I and another received a three defender Shoo A. Saxon, appealed the court to eliminate one of the attorneys Driggers. Woods posted a (1,000 bond Court ;Street: from Call Street, and a Creech then started backing up and
year prison term after both pleaded conviction on' grounds that the introduction previously appointed by the court to after the arraignment. 1973 Suzuki motorcycle, driven by backed Into the patrol car.
of contraband statute la represent Knight. James F. Daugherty, Jr., proceededto Trooper D.C. Roberta was called to
f I pilfering .overbroad and vague. Judge Green ruled that it was pro Stop Sign Run. turn from Call Street ahead of the Investigate the mishap and cited
truck. Florida law calls for the less than. per that both Joseph. Forbes and Collision ResultsA car and struck the car In the left front. Creech for DWI, no drivers license
Circuit Judge R.A. Green, Jr. placed one year prison term when. It Is a Susan Gary could represent Knight in 42-year-old Starke woman has No citations were issued by and an improper tag.
Mitchell Lee Titcher., on proba- special condition of probation. the case. been charged with running a stop sign Patrolman Asa Sharp, the In-
tion for three years with a special con- White was recently convicted by a Knight is charged with first degree a mishap at the intersection of Jef- vestigating officer.Resisting .
Bradford County jury of taking mari- murder in the ,Iin Failure To Stop
dition that he serve 11 months and 29 stabbing death of correctional ferson and Walnut Streets in Starke at
days In the Bradford County Jail in juana Into prison grounds. An earlier officer Richard "Jim" 2:09: Saturday, Nov. 15. Arrest Causes $2,500 DamageNo
trial had ended in jury. p.m.
a hung
up Burke last Oct. 12.
Starke. Green suspended Titchner'sserving Knight is accused
A 1968 Pontiac sedan operated by Charged to LB WomanA
of lashing out at Burke one was Injured In a two-vehicle
the jail term, however, on the after he was Elizabeth Bryan.Gomes of Starke
refused a visit from his Lake Butler mishap with $2,500 damage Friday,
condition that he not violate his pro- mother. failed to stop at the sign. A 1977 35-year-old woman
stop
bation. He is to serve his probation in Inmates SentencedIn No date has been set for Knight to. Ford sedan, driven by Patricia Lynn was charged by the Starke Police Nov. 14, at 7:10 p.m. on CR-16 1.1
stand trial. when she resisted arrest miles west of Starke, when a car skid-
West Virginia where his mother lives. Department
Beating CaseTwentyyearold Pierce, 21, of Starke, did not stop in
ded Into the of the other vehicle.
He has no prior criminal record. time and a collision resulted. after being charged with several rear
Johnny Merrell Booth, 20. of Florida State Car Goes Wild Investigating officer other traffic citations. Florida Highway Patrol records
Brooker was sentenced to serve three Prison at Starke inmate Norman Driver UnhurtA Patrolman W.E. Wilkinson of'was the Brenda Roberts Harrison of Lake show a 1974 Saab car, operated by K.
years in state prison. Wesley Boston was sentenced to IS Starke Police Department. Butler was charged previously with Szczudlowski, of Raiford, was west-
Titchner and Booth admitted to the additional years in state prison for aggravated Jacksonville man was arrested two criminal traffic violations, DWI. bound on CR-16. A 1978 Mercury
court that they took a pickup truck used battery of another Inmate in for having an unlawful blood alcohol Truck Knocked and refusal to sign a traffic citation. sedan, driven by Karen Sue
by the Bradford County Buildingand circuit court Monday, Nov. 17. level after his car went out of control The resisting arrest charge was made Crawford, 20. Rt. 2, Box 193-<:,Starke,
Zoning Department from the Circuit Judge R.A. Green, Jr. set and crashed a mile south of Starke on Across HighwayA after an incident in the parking lot of was ahead of the car and also west-
maintenance yard last July 4. The aside a five year sentence for possession US-301 at 8;10 p.m. Saturday, Nov. IS. 34-year-old rural Starke woman the Bradford County courthouse. bound. Crawford then turned left Intoa
t pair was arrested by deputies in Mon- of a weapon by a state prisoner, Franklin E. Feldon, 29, of Jacksonville was charged with failure to use due Harrison was released from the private drive. The Saab's driver
tgomery, Missouri about 3 weeks which he imposed on Boston last Oct. was not injured but damage to care when her car ran into the rear of Bradford County jail on recognizancebonds failed to slow until too late and skidd-
I after the pickup truck was stolen and 31. Boston was found guilty'at a re- the 1973 Ford he was driving was a truck stopped on US-301 to turn into totaling $1,686 after being ar- ed into the eastbound lane striking the
the truck was recovered. cent trial of the possession charge, estimated at $2,000. Hardee's Restaurant. raigned before County Judge Elzie S. Crawford car in the left rear, causingit
along with an aggravated battery The car ran off the highway onto the No one was injured but $1,000 Sanders. to come to rest in a culvert. The
Jail Time Given charge. right shoulder of US-301, went air- damage was done to the two vehicles Saab came to rest in the eastbound
For Introducing PotA Judge Green dropped the previous borne for 20 feet, came down for 66 involved Saturday, Nov. 15, at 9:02a : lane.
sentence after Assistant Public feet, struck a small tree and went air- m., according to the Starke Police Trooper D.C. Roberts cited
26-year-old former correctional Defender John Stinson argued the borne again for 56 feet, traveled 63 Department. Striking Deputy Szczudlowski for careless driving.
officer at Lawtey Correctional In- possession charge went handinhandwith feet on the ground, hit some shrub- A 1975 Ford pickup truck, operatedby Increases ChargeThe
stitution has been placed on probationfor a deadly weapons charge. bery and went airborne a third time Robert Leonard Harris, 19, of
five years with a special conditionhe Prison records show Boston Is currently for 21 feet, came down and struck Starke, was stopped waiting to turn owner of the Club 102 In Wor- Cars Collide
serve 11 months and 29 days in serving two consecutive life another shrub, and finally came to into Hardee's. A 1971 Buick sedan, thington Springs was arrested by a Under Red LightA
state prison on a charge of taking sentences for sexual battery and rob rest in the parking lot of Archer- driven by Lucille Wade Early, 34, of deputy of the Union County Sheriff's
marijuana into the prison.In bery. Tanner Funeral Home, according to Rt. 3,Box 401, Start struck the stopped Department at 9 p.m. Monday. Nov. 1980 Cadillac skidded through a
the case of Jackie Jerome White, the Florida Highway Patrol. truck in the roar, spinning the 10, on a misdemeanor charge but red light and struck a Buick at the
26, of Interlachen Circuit Judge R.A. 2 AttorneysCourt Trooper D.cT Roberts cited Feldonon pickup to the opposite side of the wound up with a felony charge intersection of East Call Street and
Green,Jr. suspended the special con- DeclaresA the unlawful blood level charge. highway. against him after he struck the ar- Waters Street at 3:55: p.m. Monday,
dition pending disposition of an ap- Patrolman E.W. Wilkinson cited resting officer. Nov. 17.
peal In a similar case in Bradford motion by the state to allow a Raiford ManCharged Early for failure to use due care. Deputy Sheriff Garry Seay went to No one was injured but $2,300
Countv earlier this vear. Florida State Prison- Inmate one attorney with B&EA the bar and tried to arrest Albert damage was recorded in the mishap.
was denied Monday Nov. 17, Cycle-Car Wreck Wesley Johnson, 63. for disorderly The Cadillac sedan,operated by Edna
20-year-old Raiford man has been intoxication. Johnson then was charged Fields Maginn, 48, of Mlddleburg,
arrested for breaking into the home of Hurts No One'A with striking Deputy Seay, according was traveling east on East Call Street
TOP DOLLAR Raiford Town Council President motorcycle and a car collided to UCSD records. and a 1966 Buick sedan driven by
for Gold Jc Silver in conditionBuying Joyce Norman last Sept.25. when they both were turning from After Johnson was arraigned before Deborah Thomas Nichols, 25, of
any Donald Laverne Woods of Raifordwas 'Call Street onto Court Street in Union County Judge A.L. Driggers, Starke, was traveling south on Waters
arrested at 4 p.m. Thursday Starke. he was released from the Union Coun- Street. The Cadillac skidded throughthe

: Gold & Silver Coins, Class Rings Sterling Ingots, Wedding Bands, -..-", - ty Jail in Lake Butler on a $1,000 red light and struck the Nichols'
recognizance bond. car as it was crossing East Call

Dental Gold, or Anything of Similar Value. Street, according to Starke Police

Permanent & Licensed Location Next Door to Plggly Wiggly aim For Thanksgiving
Starke Gold & Silver Exchange o Cakes, pies, breads & dinner rolls .& Breaking man was Into arrested BarA when two mishap.conducted Patrolman an E.W.investigation Wilkinson after of the he


404 W. Madison St., Starke, Fl. 32091 964-8225 Let us help with your baking. 0 Union deputies County caught Sheriffs him breaking Department into a

Lake Butler Bar Wednesday, Nov. 12, Compact Car

(LCi7olf J l!? at Records 9:47 p.m. show Deputies James Hit During TurnA

eLgroDJ Leach and Garry Seay arrested Mer- compact car was struck by
138 E. II vin Smith. 25, of Lake Butler while he another car in the rear Monday, Nov.
CREEK RANCH eA was breaking into Rucker's Bar on 17, at 5:55 p.m. on SR-100 at Colley
-' "' SW 4th Avenue in Lake Butler. Road.
Smith was arraigned before Union No one was Injured but $400
CIVIL County Judge A.L. Driggers who set damage was recorded to the two cars
bond at $1,000. Smith was still in jailas involved.A .
this paper went to press. 1977 Honda sedan operated by
Louise Scroggin Hightower, 46, RL.3,
$ ,, Box 310, Starke, was attempting to ,
r 'Drunken Driver turn left onto Colley".Road from
l'' Backs Into PoliceA SR-100 when a 1972 Chevrolet sedan
KdliaBl driven by Diane Green Vandiver, 29.
y Starke police car was backed into of Lawtey, was traveling south on
: ; ; | SfM by a man who was charged with DWI SR-100 and struck the Hightower car
THOMAS METALS INC Wednesday, Nov. 12, at 2:43 p.m. at in the rear, according to the Starke
the Little Italy Restaurant parking lot Police Department.No .
on US-301 at the south city limits of citations were Issued by
Starke.No Patrolman E.W. Wilkinson after he
Metal Culvert Pipes For Driveways And Drainage one was injured. There was$800 conducted an investigation of the
damage to the vehicle involved.A mishap.
Specializing In Mitered End Sections And Elbows Police Department spokesman
stated that Patrolman Asa Sharp was
dispatched to check a car out after BCT '
Buy Direct From Manufacturer And Saw Bradford County authorities receiveda B Section
report from Gainesville that a car Briefs '
with a drunken driver was headed in
FREE DELIVERY the direction of Starke. Car Entering 301
Lake Butler, Fla. 496-2013 Florida Highway Patrol records
Struck in RearNo
show a 1979 Plymouth sedan operated
,
by Patrolman Sharp was following a one was Injured In a two-car ac-.
cident with $1,300 damage to the cars
1 involved Monday, Nov. 17, at 2:58
ii:: 111III pm. on US-301 at South Walnut
J II /1 Street.A .
II I l / 1966 Chevrolet sedan, operated by
I U l I I Mary Edwards Black, 38, of Starke,
4..f f I II
I i was attempting to pull onto US-301
I ii n I III when a 1977 Dodge sedan, driven by
IIII I I II Ili + R' IIIIII mar $* itear Ole 7fyft Il I Lincoln Jenkins Coleman 48. of
II
I, rr: .. I 01; I III II IIIIII Jacksonville US-301. The ;Coleman was traveling vehicle north struck on

the Black car in the rear,according to
the Starke Police Department.No .
re Snuttclii Gin An ) 3HUm0e citations were Issued by
pim ; l II Patrolman E.W. Wilkinson after he
\ II II m III'ilI I conducted an investigation of the ac-
cident.

II / When : Today (Thursday, Nov. 20, 11 a.m. 3 p.m.) ICI'' I 'ICI I II

I I II I Where: 110 W. Call St., Starke II II Youngster Charged

(II I III 6 I II Why.: To see our new store, new Hallmark Displays and have lunch I II With Careless DrivingA

I II, II I I IIIII' I i iI (sandwiches, drinks, etc.) I /Ili with Starke careless youngster driving after was his charged car left

I I If (I, I Most of All; It's our opportunity to say thanks to all of our IIII the road and struck a light pole on
customers for letting Short Street. 20 feet north of Bridges
II I us serve you in 1980.
Street, at 9:42: p.m. Sunday. Nov. 16.
III'' THE :.I II Richard Lyle Trainor 16, of Rt. 1,
ill
Box 686, Starke, was not Injured but

gill III III Ililll'L' I h Don't Miss Itll! t OFFICE it damage there was to$20 the damage 1980 Ford to a was Gainesville$400 and .'

SHOP I9 Sun paper box. "
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We're counting on to be there. = I I The car ran off the road and struck -
you 11OW. can st.
II1.1 a light pole, according to the Starke
1104-6/84 t 11 Police Department. : .r

Stir**, Fla r Lt. Denton Devoe charged Trainor ,'.t
110 W. Call St. Starke SiBigteasIlliu with careless driving. :
: 1V110 ,.'
964-5764
Driver Asleep

Truck ,Goes WildA
%lift$ %11 a..,
Lake Butler man'was charged
with careless driving after he fell ; ,
asleep and was involved in a one- ',:
vehicle accident Sunday. Nov. 16 at ,,"
2:53 a.m. on SR-1001,500 feet west of .
Alton Road in Starke.
George Wayne Johns. 34, of Lake 1" .
Butler was treated and released after* '
he was taken to the emergency room '
at Bradford County Hospital Starke i

: ,... Chevrolet$3,000 damage to his 1976 I"with
truck.
pickup
.:"..7 'The pickup truck was' traveling ii",
west on SR-100 when Johns fell asleep
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Obituaries Frank Wallace Johnson Lake Butler, Mrs. Betty Gainey of Sif-

Frank Wallace Johnson, M, resident fner, Fla.,Mrs. Donna D. Coleman of
of Star Route, Hampton, died Soda Springs, Idaho and Mrs. Mary' Look to the Rainbo\\t
John L. StarlingJohn early Tuesday. Nov. 11 at the Frances Lewis of Lancaster Va.;;' 3
Veterans Administration Hospital in sons. W.C. Dekle and Robert L.
Bradford L. Starling age 92, died In the Gainesville following an extended illness. Dekle,both of Lake City and Richard
County Hospital Tuesday, Dekle of Jacksonville; two sisters,
Nov. 18,following a long illness. Born Bonn in Texas Mrs. Ruby D. Bethea cf Jacksonville The most In financial of It
In Baker County Mr. where he owned and exciting news growth our community. means
Starling had lived
in the Lawtey area since operated his own garage until ill and Mrs. Margaret D. Boner of Lake circles; Guaranty Federal hoi become mat we can supply the money to
1914. He
was u'Sll7d farmer and a memberof health forced his retirement, Mr. Butler; 22 grandchildren and 8 great port of Fortune Federal. build new homes, and offer
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grandchildren.Funeral
the Highland Baptist Church. Johnson moved to Hampton about 'It Is new products and services.as!
three services were held Mon a great moment for all of
He of the
was
nieces He is and survived by a. number of .faith.years ago. Baptist day, Nov. 17, at 11 a.m. in Archer us and for the entire community they become available.

Funeral services nephews.will be Survivors Include: his wife, Mrs. Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. we are now one fi With our new name, o
p.m. Thursday, Nov. 20,held in at the 2 Dorothy Mae Johnson, Hampton; one William G. Cofield officiating. Burial billion dollars strong and ;,'r'1 l f colorful new look and afresh
followed in Dekle with Ar-
daughter Mrs. Bertha Jane Land Cemetery of p
Highland Baptist Church with Rev. one the top 100 associations spirit of adventure
cher Funeral Home of Lake Butler In
Portland Ore.; four sons, Fred, ofGainesville '
George Chism officiating. Intermentwill of In the country. ; we're going to spread
charge arrangements.
be In the Wayne, of Mississippi, With this
family plot in Nolan new: strength our wings and bee very-
Johnny, of Starke and Franklin,
Ridge Cemetery near Maxville in Jacksonville; Mrs. Rosalie B. Colgin we can make a great where you could ever
17 grandchildren and 11greatgrandchildren.
Clay County.DeWitt C.Jones Funeral ,contribution. to the want us to be
Home is in charge of the ., Mrs. Rosalie B. Colon age 81, of
rangements. ar Funeral services were conducted at Keystone Heights, died In the North
2:30 p.m. Friday Oct. 14, at the Florida Regional Hospital in,
WilberA.Smead chapel of Archie Tanner Funeral Gainesville early Wednesday morning -
Home with Elder A.E. Massey officiating Nov. 19 following a brief Illness.

Wilber A. Smead,age 67,died in the Burial was in Santa Fe Born In Norfolk, Va., Aug. U, 1800,
Bradford County Ho Cemetery with Archie Tanner Mrs. Colgin had moved to Keystonewith
Nov.. 11. Born in Connecticut, a Funeral Home in charge of ar her husband 24 years ago. She
retired mechanic from the B&G rangements. was a member of the Community '
Truck Stop, Mr. Smead had lived in Reuel McAdam Church and a member of the Order of .
Starke for several years. the Eastern Star, Chapter 279.
There are no known survivors. Reuel McAdam, 86, resident of Survivors include: one son, Rev.
Memoriallzatlon for Mr. Smead Hampton, died early Thursday Nov. George L. Colgin, Jr., of
was 'by cremation with the arrangements 13, following an extended illness. Milledgevllle, Ga.; ,one daughter, omC) Fff MUM N
handled by DeWitt C. Born In Michigan, Mr. McAdamwas Muriel C. Gay of Starke; one brother,
Jones Funeral Home. employed by the Ford Motor Co. W.P. Boyce, Jr., of Butner, N.C.; two I SBS9 Formerly Guaranty Federal
for many years until his retirement.He sisters Louise B.
Creecy of Atlanta,
Oliver Gordon has made his home In Hampton for Ga., and Elizabeth B. Titt of Virginia FcDcRRLI
the past 10 years and is of the ChrIs- I I.
Beach, Va.; 5 grandchildren, 3 great- Savings and Loan Association
Oliver B.Gordon,74, died Thursday tian Faith. grandchildren; and several nieces
morning after an extended illness. A Survivors include: his wife, Mrs. and nephews.

member of Raiford Baptist Church, Thelma McAdam, Hampton; three Funeral services will be held at 2
Mr. Gordon was retired from the sons, RIchard Hilldale, Mich. p.m. Friday, Nov. 21, in the KeystoneHeights 27 friendly offices In Florida
.State Road Maintenance Depart- Robert, Kalamazoo, Mich., and Community Church with Ute Including oil former Guaranty Federal offices:
ment. Elwood,Arizona. pastor, Rev. Buddy C. Friedlln of- Gainesville 220 N. Main Sneer 3501 W. University Avenu 3270 N.W. 04th Street: Keystone Heights Lawrence Blvd.
Survivors Include his wife, Mrs. Funeral services were conducted at ficiating. Burial will be in Keystone and Sylvan Way, Lake Durtltr. 17 W Main Sneer; Stork-395 W. Madison, Clearwater Beach 47 Poinsettia w."uerAlEAGLEIB
Elsie Stokes Gordon of Raiford; 3 2 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 16, at the chapel Heights Cemetery under the direction
daughters, Mrs. Barbara Perkey of of Archie Tanner Funeral Home with of DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home.
Tamarac, Mrs. Lorita Truluck of Rev. James Shaw officiating. Burial
High Springs and Mrs. Joan was in Santa Fe Cemetery with Archie
Parmenter of Panama City; 5 sons, Tanner Funeral Home in chargeof
Hal Gordon of Palatka, Richard.Gor- arrangements.Mrs. VALUALE-
don of Palatka. Wallace Gordon of .Pearle E. ChamberlainMrs. r.r: PHOTO C UPON
Chester, Pa., Gene Gordon of Lake IEAGLEI. '1
Pearle Elizabeth =:
Butler, Michael Gordon of Raiford; 1
sister, Mrs. Effie Noonaman of Chamberlain, 81, resident of Union ._ 0 DEVELOPING* .
Chicago; 11 grandchildren and 1 Springs, New York, died Saturday, GLASSSMM tE SET I PRINTINa SPECIAL! Iar
great grandchild. Nov. 8, at the Bradford County mare HIHPV Mil*.
Funeral services were held Saturday Hospital following a brief illness I 229 '3.35'3.89 *

Nov. 15, at 11 a.m. in Raiford Born in New York, Mrs. CHRISTMAS
Chamberlain had resided there her a. .n wits A, wee
Baptist Church with Rev.
Hugh
Walters and Rev. entire life.She was a member of Bap-
officiating. Interment Johnny followed T. Gilbert In tist Faith. blitz t :1

Sapp Cemetery with Archer Funeral Survivors Include: her husband, rimce
Home of Lake Butler in charge. William L. Chamberlain, of Union 1'9
Springs, N.Y.; one daughter, Mrs.
Harold PreisterHarold Sarah Alexander of Scipio, N.Y. aa.ar..a sear.
Funeral services were conducted at POLYESTER
Preister,72, died in Del Ray 11 a.m. Thursday In Fleming, N.Y. 10.001 !
to
Beach on October 13. Born in Lake with burial in Fleming Rural I DRESS SLACKS HAVE save up toyland open

Butler, was a retired Lieutenant Colonel Cemetery, Fleming, N.Y. with Archie STYLE AND COMFORT SESAME STREET OR
of the U.S. Army and a former Tanner Funeral Home in charge of' Il p MUSICAL TV
high school principal at Lake Butler. local arrangements. 6m800

Survived by his wife, Thelma and a Ilenery Carl NesSmith I 5.88
daughter In New York; 2 sisters MrS. died 10OH polyester doubkMmtt for good rti Ilia
Frankie Drake of West Palm Beach Henery Carl NesSmith 64, look Two tore 1 book I ?1 K wens UP TO 6.17Dockets.
and Mrs. Vernon Dozier of Bartow; a Saturday, Nov. 15, in Lake Shore : .'al- Y tehn.laetpr..Stpy S.fur

cousin, Mrs. Clarice Adkins of Hamp- Hospital, Lake City. --ale, w : row Animated TV I*wind.-
retired land.
Mr. NesSmith was a ti .
ton. up music box
scaper and was a member of the Providence I
Village Baptist Church. UF-SIZE MICKEY MOUSE
Mrs. Lessle Lee Silcox
Survivors include: two daughters, I SOT.SLOW COOKER LED DIGITAL AM/PM WALKING DOLL GUM BALL BANK
Mrs. Lessie Lee Slice! ;, 83, residentof Jeraline Akers of Lake Butler, and COOKS FOR PENNIES CLOCK RADIO
Route 1. Box '81 Stark Florida, Mrs. Marie Lewis of. Jacksonville; I OUR Lr B h 4.88
died tartrhuz8tlAy\ ; tnornila1,;,6 DISCOUNT 16.88 7.x27:88
following brief Illness1.u! :J jl: three sons, Joe NesSmith,> Providence PRICE wAes+etr DISCOUNT PKICI'
a Carlton NesSmith ofLakeland
results and lass nuEleotronls digital AM/PM Hold har hand and Own ball treats
born in Putnam
Mrs. Silcox
was and Hank NesSmith of High trtant Ua and chili kage. w/anooia alarm.Solid StataPorfool shewith you. aavlnga cool Ago
County, moving to Starke when she Springs; one brother, Mabra Drew MEITS SHORT SLEEVE Aaat ooatumaa. *
was two years old. Mrs. Silcox was NesSmith of Lake City; four sisters SHIRTS NOW REDUCED
the widow of the late Jesse Silcox,and Mrs. Annie P.Crawford, Lake Butler Ilf
the daughter of the late General Mrs. Alma Lagrone and Mrs. Ruth wens 3.97
George and Cynthia Bohannon Lee Jameserson, both of Worthington Spr- I.
former pioneer residents of Bradford ings, Mrs Bernice Hilliard of acad.Isoly.et.Man's/cotton SM.LJCL.bland, print and
County. Mrs. Silcox was a member of Gainesville; grandchildren and 4 -
the Bethel Baptist Church of Starke. grandchildren.

Mrs. 'Silcox is survived by:, two Funeral services were conducted w TERRY

sons, William "Bill" Silcox, Sr. and Monday, Nov. 17, at 3 p.m. in Archer PILE P. LINED O .,
Ray Silcox, both of Starke; two Funeral Home Chapel in Lake Butler. na t t
daughters, Mrs. Mellie Garcia of Burial followed in Ft. Call Cemeterywith

Starke, and Mrs. Bertice Moncelli of Archer Tanner Funeral Home of S-OKHT CALCULATOR A ;E POCKET ALUMINUM OH EAGLE BOXING EAGLE 11-PC. ,
Park Forest, Illinois; one brother, Lake Butler in charge of ar + WITH MEMORY CAMERA IS A BUY! WOOD RACKETS GLOVES FISHING SET .,.
Robert Lee, West Palm Beach, Fla.; rangements.
15 grandchildren and 10 great 9.88 8.88 4.96"5.96 5.96 6.83:

grandchildren. Nelson W. Dekle i WAS. 1466DISCOUNT PRICE WIRE UP TO...... WEAe..e.eew=
Funeral services were conducted at Nelson W. Dekle, 74, of Lake City, Sutra thin rue In Lightweight OomAluminum modal or Sized for today's '.po., S-foot ,rod
2 p.m. Sunday. Nov. 9, 1980 at Bethel died Friday morning,Nov. 14, in Lake palm of hand 4 pact easy to wow wood.n. both with youth a OK weight. reel inning lino
Baptist Church with Rev. J.C. Shore Hospital in Lake City. .. function!a n.ntoryl Uaaa 110 film vinyl grips nylon Stitching hoof:awt ra/hooa., :

Saunders, officiating. Burial was in Mr. Dekle was retired from road t '
Kingsley Lake Cemetery, In Clay construction and was a member of the CORDUROY WEATHERPROOFJACKET -a-t ee
County with Archie Tanner Funeral Church of Christ. RANCHER JACKET

Home in, charge of arrangements. Survivors include: his wife Mrs. 22.88 ..,I SPRUCE
9.74
Ruby Handle Dekle of Lake City; four .
daughters Mrs. M.L. (Pat) Johns of DISCOUNT PRICE WAS lOiW DISCOUNT PRICK 14.83
Quilted lining Doe ZIpper front. a largo Poplin yoke back f
ooaar, 2 pookata. pookota, man'a w/ma.lt braalhar.8M.UXU. Il.me M..tl.M, plastic
Many 8-XL. Colors.-XL. vith sturdy tree stand
Earn Your High School DiplomaPrepare 1rihhhI "1

11-PC.CUP 18-PC. SET 7-PC. ALUMINUM ,
>R SAUCER SET IRONSTONE COOKWARE. SET

for the GED Examination. y. r t

PRINTED I o o L s.. 6.88 14.88 9.88 f (
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Classes are held at Bradford-Union Area 1 Honey glut finish Dinnerware Mt for 4 1, t qt aaucapana.4 ,I II
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//Aa10 dishwasher ssfsl In sast patterns qt aauoapol, gIrypan '
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Vocational Technical Center DAY or NIGHT. w 9-ROLL PAPER

a I Doue LINK a FOIL COMBQ
For more Information.. Call 964-6150.
4 .3.97

PlennN WERE" OUR DISCOUNT PRICE

The next GED Examination will be held t + 4 ;CA l IT, Back 1.97, with Mlnlatura anap.in petal bulbs lights 1 rolla rolls foil paper- for and gilt A

10-litt locirtc' tockata wrapping'QUAKER

December 8, through December 12, 1980. PREWASHED SCENIC MEN' FRUITBLUE ENAMEL VINYL LACETABLECLOTH IMPORTED 2-PK. y {8
DENIM JEANS SHIRTS OF-THJE-LOOM ROASTER VASE ASST.. k }s'
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6.88 3.67WERE4.W 3-pk 4.44. .briefs,4.84 3-pk.-ohlrt. 6.88 54S4", 1.97 1.44'TO I. r UtiIi,' y.SIiONVER rqd

WEAII.z.K- W6RI44W{ WEP.E> WA8J48
2.97 94
.'1." 2.
,. .Poly/oolloo knit for Porcelain, enamel
Western style' b. Woven polyester ,
lacked, 4 .pocfcois, sinking' prints' long comfort. long _'. with taullt-ln gravy 60x90 .. 3.97 Ceramand, pia.sbelt
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w/ith" handpiintad daaigna -
loops_n'.. ._,.man..1.... 6.ML.XL" well. 3.97 .
round
70"
OR
STATE EVERCAOV SPRING TENSION
HO-30 OIL,OT. 'D' BATTERIES UTILITY ROD.

Slut is I IEATHEA 89<<: 1.67 5.88.

WAS 1.09WERE..I..' W..S.. .rUia
100H> puro. .prolacti Alkaline" Power Cells In show.door..
+ 6 your angina, from Our best for toys, way. .10..,. auloato .
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SHORT SLEEVE DUTY OXFORDS SHAMPOO HIT R+gular Mini 1, 101 4 HIO
KNIT TOPS FOR BOYS OR KNEE HI'S WORK SHOES lair Io *. la IS? ,
KNIT SHIRTS T 01 WAS l.4 (Limit J) WAS M .
SUR' ROLL' ON......ed TAMPAX TAMPON5' 40"k
2s$5 3.97 3.97 1 .00' 16.94 5.97 orUnaoantad'.S ox, WAS .BO., 7Q la- .WAS".oul.' t.79. or super 1.CQ
WEP.B' va.tr DISCOUNT PRICE WERPJ NI" wiREM4 WEBB M.4' wenejjrYour
Poly/ootlon. abort Cravi neck or itppar Western.... darumitwwa. onoleal 4-pf. pk Goodyear wait gtn- laay-eara vinyl up. JOHNSON COTTON SILKIENCICONOITIONEPI
sleeve 9"1 e.ML ...... ."kT''g.H. .panty hoaa or .-pr. umo ...lIloued. up- part tricot lined SWAB. SOOTt fiQ- f.-17 r
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Blanding Hunting ;' ': FOR SALE ,2 .,,: ... .. \,\;. ." .' '( I.tII" \!" "
J I ., -Q QDre

.: 20 Acre A beautiful. ., .
with ...i'i, \ "
If' posture Horn frees, .
: 11: The hunter count was for the last 7 days of general hunting rison said several 8-points and 7-polnU going 135-143! pound located In. Hampton. Manuel Maralit

I I 1\ season at the Camp Blanding refuge was double that of were also Star,' including a 7-pointer taken by Fred 6000. down and. easy ,
t .N'' the first weekend of hunting but the kill count dropped Justa Wheeler of terms. ,' "
'I bit. Garrison pointed out that hunters no longer are required Secluded 20'Ac..... just General Practice

; 67 deers 84 of them bucks were downed by 3,001 huntersIn to have quota permits at Blanding, and reminded outside Hampton, completely .'

r In the week of Monday Nov. 10, to Sunday, Nov. 16. That gamesmen that hogs are not legal since the opening 9-day. wooded. $39.000 .>! Announces( Hoursof
I' signalled a drop from the 78 deers taken by 1,359 hunters on period Is over. the NeW

J' opening weekend, Nov. 8-9. He also said some confusion has arisen over the new Henry Matthews! Inc.

Other totals reported by Blandlng's resident game spike law. "The antlers have to have broken through the Realtor His Offices

I biologist Jim Garrison were: 26 hogs, 221 squirrels, 28 fox. skin to be legal,"Garrison said. "You have to be able to see 4020 N. Highway 441' -

: i squirrels, 33 quail, and 1 rabbit. some polished horn not just a bump pushing up through.1/ P.O. Box 520 I

\' The biggest of the bunch taken out last week was a 211 December 8-14 will mark the opening of turkey season in Alachua Ft. Keystone Heights Nightingale St., 473-4712

pound spike brought down by a Jacksonville hunter. Gar Blanding with. the first hunt at that time of the year at the 462-4020
t 1 refuge. 9.12 Mon. thru Fri. except Wed. i
i
i Stark a 142 W. Call, 964-8206 '

I, News Brief.... Open Sat &, Sun 1-5! Lak view 1-5 Mon.: thru Fri. except Wed. i


s Two Brand New Brick Homes .
Forged Prescription ''
We accept Medicald,, Medicare and most Medical plans
Gets Man Arrested .
/DEEEEla10 m. '08 m-.IDIDIEiiii! !!llJIllIllilllliiillIiJG! ii I
I A Union Correctional Institution officer '

was arrested In Gainesville

Saturday, Nov. 13, on charges he forged '11 % % Financing I I

a prescription for the tranquilizer, o.
Valium $43 700 Available for Starke Ads
,
I Gainesville Police arrested James Limited Tim Only I
I
I Francis Hagan, 27,of Palatka con I'

nection with the case. PECANS U-PIck, $.8O Ib.1; GUITARS Conrad Classic DUE TO DIVORCE Singer '

I Records show Police were called by W..PIck. $1.00 lb. Vernon with case.' $50.00 Call Futura, one of Singer's I'I

Pete Galanos, pharmicist at Albert .Bedfora 1 Reddish. Bayless Hwy. 964-5322. 11/20 2tchg finest sewing machines.
son's Drug Store in Gainesville, who moors' 14 964-6330. 11/13. 2tchg 11/27. Blind hems, monograms, ,
became suspicious of the prescription f Lake 11/20 BARGAIN CENTERr New stretch stitches buttonholes .
I
Perfect for new family or abreast 3 BR, 2 Bath withcentral heat/air decorator
,
presented to the druggist by the 1 ACRE lOT FOR SALE Auction starts Friday Nov. etc. All without I
suspect. to wallpaper and wall to wall carpeting garage and energy efficient construction. Also Included Garag water ewer and 21, 7l30 p.m. New and used attachments. Originallysold
J part ownership In waterfront lot on Bedford lake. elect. 7 ml. NW of Starke mile Northof I
Patrolman, Raymond D. Sh eva II er 193 o wo Items One for over $500.00. Payoff I
filed a report stating Galanos had a 'IFov-o on SR 229. WhisperingPines Storke on US-301 balance due of $146.80 i

called Hagan's doctor J.L. Swartz of ,r OFF Stevenson Construction Co. Inc. Estates lot No. 28. (Formerly" Old Moose Hall). cash or assume payments I III I
11/13 llnchg.SEIOLtll 11/20 tin. of $11.80 month. Older ,
High Springs, who told the pharmacist Pi 9.6 per
i Designers & Builders of Custom Homes OIL
SAVE Cos and
the prescription should be for lb Circulating MONEY machine accepted as par. I
30 pills not 80, as the prescription Starke, Fla. 964-5086 Heater and 100 gal. tank. time. Shop at the Do-Drop- tial payment. White Sewing I
9646437. 11/20 In for all of
read. to Keystone His Itpd. Bargain House and Appliance Center
HIGHLY FERTILIZED Argentine your drapes and spreads. 3527 S.W. Archer Road, Archer I
Hay "NO RAIN" J.M. Any site. 1250 S. Walnut,
------ --- ----- Square Plaza
Edward. 964.5379. 11/20 St. 9646740. 11/6 tIn. Gainesville, phone

2tpd 11/27.. THE DO-DROP-IN Bargain 376-4466 11/20.
HAY Hone and cattle quail. House. 1250 S. Walnut St., 19BOTOUCH MATICt

ty. Phone 473-4097. 11/20 964-6740 has a good selection Microwave oven left in
MISSED THESE 4tchg 1211.PECANSt of used furniture and layaway never used. Has

appliances at all times. w. meat probe, defrost cycle
Fresh helled. buy and sell used fur. variable power up to 650
Stuart. 496-3776 or niture. 11/6 tfnchg
watts. Full factory warranty.
ITI IN LASTSUNDAY'S 496-3464 night or USED NEWSPAPER. Party left area. Assume
weekendl. Itchg 11/20. ALUMINUM PLATES! 24 x payments! of 20.00 per
PECANS In Sh.II.I.OO lb.; 36" 25 each. Bradford month. White Sewing and
Shellec-$3 Ib. SR 16 W. County Telegraph,
Appliance Center, 3527
SUN 9645156. Itchg 11/20. 9646305. tfn S.W. Archer Road.l/ Archer

GAINESVILLE GUNS Pump shotguns- Winchester 55 GALLON INK DRUMS Square Plaza Gainesville,

12 GA $135, Winchester Perfect for trash barrels, phone 376.4466. 11/20 tin.

16 GA. $165; Rem. $5.00 each. Bradford County M' COLOR TVs Consoles

12 GA. (133, Rem. 28 GA. Telegraph, 9646305. Model. Walnut grained

CLASSIFIED SECTION.; $170; Springfield 12 GA. tfn.i cabinet under warranty.

ill $165: Savage 12 GA Double *. *' Repossessed Payoff
$HO.: Savage 22 balance due of $186.10'

MAG/20 GA, $130, Smith Don't ForgetDeadline 'cash or assume payments
and Wesson 44. $295, Colt torClassified. of $18.61 per month. White

The Sun's Classified section N.S. 44, $265: Ruger .357, Is Sewing and Appliance
Shop $225. 964-8348. I Itchg 12 noon Monday Center. 3527 S.W. Archer
11/20. THIS WEEK ONLY Road Archer Square

Plaza Gainesville, phone

every day for great shopping values. -- 376.4466. 11/20 tin



Keystone Area AdsTHIS



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COOK MATURE PERSON PErvtALB To live tn and care for
Immediate r..1.EoOlv 'In With bookkeeping. typing ..wperlOlder couple won.tmoker. Own
person Gainesville' Nursing' "net Send return to P O. ear room and board Smell '.'.r". WEEK ONLY
Center 4O003VV 70th Ave 497. Oalnesvllle, Fl. 32602. Cai2764562, after .'JU. * tClosillierf Deadline MolWoy'NooVi*I, ..*..rP *" !

DENTAL HYGIENIST MEDICAL SECRETARY ASSISTANT" ExperienceLprefMrdsNed iI s 1* -** .....' ..<*.> *.. Calf 1e. lOlI i. et ,
Private oflicej. Sens r..um..o eVw HIttiti. .1 _yut.1' f\ I r. S LA ace aeY ... r_ .."
Sun drawer A, Pert-Ilene. (Mori. Wed PrI.R', backup, rock O. i r
Gejnesyllle' P32
R IRON WORKER HAIRDRESSER
PCM TO wA TABLES Experienced 'In pro nglnered' .Mperlenred. ..ulloro..tI...*. FOR SALE
DOOR PERSON building system Good Insurance b..nafIts. BINGO-AMERICAN LEGION SERVICES
LAMPLIGHTER-LOUNGE Call Don M rfcn 375 ..It. Call 373-7729 HALL. SR-21, Sat. 7 p.m.,
CARPENTER BASS PLANER needed for partMAINTENANCE PERSON FOOD SUPERVISOR. licensed Sunday 2-3 Public. Invited KEYSTONE CLUB ESTATES!
with 3 years *Nprlnc Must tlm. woklna. Commercial. Expanding' opportunity 'In HootIndividual netK for responsible p.m. PLUMBING REPAIRS-larry Only $2495.00 down.'
have own tool and transoortation Dance Bond to s/i.. Immediate' 'Ino and Air' conditioning' Own position 70O/mo. Call JOB tfnchg 12/4 Teague Plumbing.
Must deal with public. In- ''v. Cell Rob 392-R86 d.v. or ,_... Reply' to Oept P17M Sun ACTION .' -...00. 12O4 NW UttlStail 1W% Interest. Choose
out,*within, SI9 N W 10 Ave John 311 a'OOnlah'., Drawer A, O'vlll. Fl( 32602 Fea-neootlabie*erm. YARD IAIE-3 miles north 473-1313 tfnchg 10/23
tot and floor plans. 2 ,
your
CARPENTRY AND MASONRY
off SR 100 on 214-look for
bath. I bath. Low as
sign on right. Friday and WO K--bulld patios II
Saturday 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. fireplaces, additions, $395.00 mo. Expandable.Call I-
Collectors bottles-Mexico remodeling homes and 473-3133 and ask for Ii-

Import Insulators bikes, tile work. Free estimates. Bob Harris.

electric Items and lots of Phone 473.4473 during dayor [
CH"VELL..ALIBU. 19A9 OLDSMOBILB 77 Delta 61
.nAMCOR"ML'N. good body
a> paint '. Low miles/ RebutVs/ ,nQI Ina. Interior: A. Rovalt loaded power windows' other nice things.. The 782.3906 after 5 p.m. PERSONAL
Good 11 run.rx or bell offer.' body In excellent, condition* C locks, silver metallic with, red Wilson's Place. 4tpd 11/6-11/27 II
Call 371-06811 Student 77 OOO mll.S. $7OO Call 373-34116 too .3S9S. 3n-..... Student 3tpd

.) BARRACUDA '66 Cdector's' ("fern ic.1973 Pioneer MONT8 tap CARLO* deck.Automat jntnspeakers Cutltss encellant condition.Supreme Good Brougham on gaa YARD/PLANT 11/6-11/20 SALE-Large WANTED SERVICES II
: New Inspection. Clean. Power *4ooo or best selection orchids and CARPENTER WORK ,;
I,I Good fransportation-!. 377.7242 runs good Asking si OOO. 376-7OM. otter 376.474,377 5B3S. Student potted
CASH FOR GOLD work., kitchen ,
plants. SR-21 across sterling Remodeling [,
BUICK LESABRE. 1979 *r, 1971 LTD FORD, tree damaged I9io PONTIAC Bonnevitie from Methodist Jewelry diamonds, coins. cabinets and toYlm I,1
_
V .. 1 owner 1*OOO miles Must body Excellent running' oe.r. Brougham Diesel .very option, new "
see to appreciate ....00. Call .engine' and transmission, S20Oor Including leather. excellent Church site., Sat., Nov. 22, Will visit your ham.anywh.r. carpenter. Reosondble i
37S-MM after. 6pm Student ...offer Call 42-5797 condition. "OOP 377 H65O '
10 a.m. tit 2pm. Itpd .. 376.5235. Mr. prices. Call Ed Dempsey at
o z.n CAMARO. like new. AM1973 FIAT' SPYDB Convertible., CLASSIC '., Mustang needs 74 PONTIAC LBMANS Safari 1120GARAGE Rittman. Phone collect 473-2477 tfnchg 10/2 1 I''
bodywork & .... ,
FM track air aluminum new top. very clean good condltlon paint air Wagon New tires. battery,
wheels many extras, new 9MO. just tuned up tjooo or 3 spd. Keystone mega. new cru'... All power, excellent condition SALE Gator Bone tlnchg6 ALCOHOLIC ANONVMOUSl
asking 780O Only 3SOO miles make otter Call I-622.4279 or radlals TA's. <000d moo 11350. No radio 99O firm. Call
376-131, 37? OSM Student 373 ...... ask for Ralph Call....*am.3/7"'" 376.33, student Lake, Saturday and Sun, WE BUY used furniture, op. Closed meetings Monday 8 I:
day Nov. 22 and 23. 95. pliances and aluminum p.m., Open m..tlng'IFrl- I,

Furniture, books, toys, etc. truck topp.... Phone day 6 m.-Alonon Monday: I,
3.7 miles off SR-21 on 473.4521. tfnchg 10/16 8 p.m. Alateen Mond> 7 "
C352. Follow signs llpd WORKS YARD OR HOUSEwork p.m. All meetings in '

11/20 or babysitting Educational Building. C m-
YARD SALE Saturday. Nov. Good references. munity Church tfnchg i

22. 9.5. 2 bikes, one like 415.1720.4tpd 10/23-11/13 11/6. '.
new m.n' 10-speed ROOMMATEs Responsibleperson PRESSURE CLEANING PAIN-
Schwlnn originally .$150 to share house on TING and wallpapering i

for $100. one older bike, lake. $80 per month plus Phone 4732477. tfnchg
A..UMABL.eV'x MORT AVAILABLE OBJCEMBEIt 1Jmail LB w APT, central heat a> air $20. plus a multitude of half utilities. 4737113. 10/2 __ ''i
owner 'n the Valley.' atop So I BR f beth close to UP washer/dryer hookup.No: ';:torioort
: tfnchg 1113BABYSITTER
=r.. nh S '' fascinating and interestingitems.
1 BR. 2 Bath 39ZS N W. 3J
Pl.. bv app/ .72.MM._.900 :3rd Ave SrOi/mo eta.37326444.W ..../mo.C.11373-00114. Chautaqua Circle WANTEDfulltime FOR SALE

OPEN HOUSE 1-4PM BY OWNER J BR bath*'In NW. 2 BR Dishwasher '...u'lfu'H.m"'on / off Woman Club Drive 5 days per week. 7
rights.' NW son St ft Fireplace" den a2 car ..,..... Woods with view., Tower Rd. Follow Phone 0.m.-5:3O. 6 Phone TWO ACRES near SIM 00
N Rd. 37349OOilty Lerge utility room backyard :: m"c'J. : pe-S; 3/fh.J'::.r 7 de. signs. p.m.
r. : after 6 weekendsIn near Keystone Heights.
Local 'Inc> REALTOR pool 149.950 Cell 37-9J9SjV 4732710. Itchg 11/20 p.m. or

TWO A''M.:; In the Oaks at OWNER 3 BR, 2 PORCH MS, DU: POND R1:1t hula":en 1 PLANT ALES Saturday Nov. Gold Head State Park. $300 down $66.84. per
tissue Sold In Indl-. r month. Phone 473 4038
carport acres fenced, rural. 'Mw Itchg 11/20 or
22 9:30: a.m.! nylon rope.misc. .
,
IdualA lots savoo walls
acre Call for New floors and wlrlne, :: f.n. .
= 473 4367 after 6
further.IMorrna/on./ 372-1362. central heat. 4f.l;3TO9V /1manor. C 776-9H Items ).L. Walkers, p.m.

IOODSO2'*ACRE LOTS OWNER 4 ait. 2 bath, terse 04JPLB>C-N.W..R..ATH Woodland Drive, turn I.ftpo.t AdvertiseIn the tfnchg 11/20
'n Ideal, neighborhood. Convex family room with' fireplace' LUXURY location.TOWNMOUSaSuper Must see to ap>. Tasty Place. Itchg Classified Section LAKE LOTS AND ACREAGEKeystone -
to Port Clerk Super
School. Corner lot,
separate apt Cloae
ALACHUA ARBA New 3 BR. 2 3-29.0/0. BY appt.only I 372-laoa In.:$4tf,900. 37m.7Q45 p/Kl.t.,54507m0. 375-M67. 11/20 Heights, owner
bath 11pt Man, extra.. On financed 10 percent interest. .
a. y
LOCHLOOSA YARD SALE and
1V% "waterfront sot BY OWNER Saturday
acre beautiful lot. 1! minut. : Beautiful home 3 IN 1f! pNA"um. FOR RENT .
with rnoblle home Lots clear sand
.11.000 cash. BR 2 bath on
pool lendvcliDiHoT 22 and 23. .7
(fern O'vllle .N,90O M300 down. ..'. mortgage AVAILABLE NOW:; end 7..10 Sunday Nov.
$150 per privacy fane. .. .
ca1173-73NK497 47. -in .. assumable noauaitfylng Call 3.3>11. bottomed lake priced to
cawl ImmokoleeRoad.
4N ...OOP JTI oata.,... Apertm.nt0 mile down 2BR HOUSE an' lake
Household and baby sell from $9.000. One to
Geneva. Completely' furnished
five
items, coat. furniture. acres overlooking lake
Phone 473-2455.
I tchg. 1120GARAGE (access available) with
SAlf-Loke tfnchg 11/13 nice trees from $3.300
MOBILE HOME SPACE-' $900 down. $50 month.
Dwellers Gift Shop, Saturday a
Keystone area secluded ..
Commercial .fr ntag.
Navi 22 94.
,
lakefront $40 month.
Investment opportunity.
h Clearance for new merchandise. '
Phone Jay 723-8943. 2tpd .
SR 21N. Owner-salesman.
Glass
MEWIMOTON 742 Woodm..... 1 IJO37WATERFRONTBIO
PRICES RALEIGH: 10 SPEED In very Plus 32 round Remington showcases grills 473.4375. tfnchg 10/2
3006 new gas
c.. cycles' Hugo selection good condition WIIdl. A oood Only fired LAKE 'AKC'
MOPED CITY 231 H* buy .9 firm 374.11163 tjm\WS. Eves ...-.." and attachments, some BROOKLYN. Executive. DOURMAN.Top
r 39th Ave j;"-5736. furniture. and smaller quality only. You are 'Invited
MALEIOM 3 SPEED' coal $240 RBVOLVER-Smlth a. Wesson completely furnished efficiency
ANTIQUe Empire slelghfront' new. good condition' a good bO* Modal 20. a for"' Items. Business changing to visit our kennels..'
.l tlrm jjMMMEOULATOR */ Tarovistripuer: still In apartment. Ideal for
highboy Circa" Is JO with han Shin h.m.r. : 475.1228.
,. dcut dovtlls beautIful* Ivory*2SO.keyholes.really Antique' Scubapro Mark Bo1. 493.ean.lback .Cis 0 491.3777.777.1874.. owners.11/20 SR 21 North. I!Chg permanent single of WACHEMEISTER DOBERMAN

S99S. IVi depth pressure .u .S. .RIFLE* Remington 742 Wood winter residence for cou 10/2
eook.helya0,'J..7.r'f: ;-9751. Current ales uses twice. slue rnaste 3011 2J.Vscoo.. 113-0. Call tfnchg
Call weekends.ttK e. .714691.1, lace 42.3U1 Of 42.1JI9. LOSTFOUNDLOSTi ple. See to appreciate TRUCK TOPPER-$199 ,with

a !Iio shade AR"A"UG..12.,pood condition brown.,S.a*M.white..'* OIAMONO Brilliant .*. caret SAKO V ARM IT rifle. pre-gerda 473.2720. Itchg 11/20 36" side windows, with
winter sport coat rust shade. sol it.ire yellow gold ring Aptether 223, bull barrel with two YELLOW TAllY CAT-. bubble windows. 229.
719-ao *l 729. Asking) slNcellent CanWrien.t200 .
Site 441000.SJO 3762733BABV praised X'Radfleld HOMES FOR
.AVY MUSICIAN AM" 213 : Call 371 05M after 4pmWE ape Call37..3lM. near.Payne Road. Mole Beasley Bargains 473-4521.
cabinet' & toot ....ltc... Graf CRIB. complete, toOl I with red collar with bell.. SALE tfnchg 116FEOOERS
condition $375.777 2430 Student stroller $iOj play pen tigf Rattan / Of DRUM SOT- 4 piece' LudwlgZlldllan
furniture I Sao 377-991> r'r:. :; :::: cymbals, all hardwa missing since 11880. JVt 3-TON A/C UNIT,
U"'UOHT. 5225 firm _. I for Cftrl'm.,
Good PIANO.condition.' for NIKON' CAMRRA olod.I PR' with ends chapel after son vale*.,372ae9i*170 Call. '* =111el. Call loCaIN391O7croldren. ''years old.' 473-3737.: : trod MOSIll HOM..12.65., $300; llO-gallon fuel .oil
.CII37>S5U.excailenl. W.w De,u0 to$225. Cell. 37,9041. Wxiao' fenced lot. Deeded tank and stand $45; central -

'. 'access. to, two lakes. oil furnace, $50; %HP
MF FENCE CO
Completely furnished. well pump with |let and 21'
Rt 504 Dove St. Keystone 'Heights length galvanized pipe,
473-7107 by ,3tchg, $23. Phone' 4733324.
owner 2tchg
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((904)) 473.3159 KEYSTONE HIIGHTSi New, lED $40i cou h.

Interested in placing a classified? fit 1. .. w--' :' tt 10% Discount_ 4BR,2Ba,'1456 sq.ft.. I $173 chair rocker and ottoman,

Call 372-4222 In Starke 964-817O -'% w mayeut!11" 'Uttl Until, Jan.) 1,1981Fres ,acre Deer Springs Ranchette Ret. Full on* ,$180:: Duncan console Phyfe color dining TV,

!w: > Estimate! electric:'and cojpplete .Beasley table and choirs, $139. ,

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DATSUN SATURDAY. NOV. 13 Three SERVICES GOOD...CII.AID for used *Do* to the, fact Thanksgiving I* also. our publishing aoy.* acre a $I9O a month on plus YOITR* INvmoi to our
280Z. 3 speed, famllle. ,134 toil SouthSt. mobile homes If mortgage classified. ad deadline Hill week will be deposit. 9645734. Itchg Crash fire Open House today Thursday
AC. AM/FM. stereo ., $fork.. 9 AM 8 PM. BARNIS CARPIT CLIANINO. Is 3/4 paid or more.OLIN M: 11/20. rescue experience re Nov. 20. II AM to 3
4000. Coil Dept of Correction Household Item; fur. Shpmpoolng and oxtrae MOBILE HOMI SALES ** * rpws .? * ** 2 M MOBIU HOMES quired. Mechanical experience PM. Ooor Prises Factory

Mr*. Shuford. nlture clothes-Infant to lion. Living room,' dlnlni 9645606. Open 7 do"weekly. $ISO month coun with and repair/- Representatives to Demonstrate
431-1212.10/9 tnchg and hall. I try. per maintenance of fire truck
$29.95.
adult. Itchg 1120.smultii room TFchg HOMES products. 'Introduc
$100 deposit. Call
1971 CIUCA OTi Looded. NOV.32i 9 AM 12664460. 10/23tfn WANTIDi Mobile homo axle FOR RENT 964-8136. security or....8054. Itchg .and equipment required. ing our full line of
Will take twit offer. Call 9 PM. Picnic Table,clothe Wl BUY COLD. Cash on the and tI.... Will pick up. FOR SALE 11/20. long term backlog ex* Hallmark gifts and cards.
offer 6 PM. 964.8569. 11120 pot. William OLiN'S MOBILE cellent benefit' Apply
Jewelry, HOMI
2tchg 11/27. baby clothes household carpel Item; appliances 100 .. Call St. 9647064. SALES. 964-5606.. Open 7 NIW 38* MASONRY;z-;. PALMS APARTMENTSl efficiencies and Furnished 1 MODERN FURNISHEDAPARTMENTl Mon-Thurs. 1-3: p.m. or by
171 CHEVROLET ; 1 BR. TRAVEL TRAILERS 30 ft.Tand.n .
Station 10/16 tfnchg. days a week. appt. Aero Corp. lake City
shoes; etc. Thoressa, Fla TFchg Central hoot and air. ; wall BR opt*.. weekly or mon and A/Ci
Wagon. Loaded. 3-teoter. DO YOU NIIO CASH If you CASH FOR COINSi Cold to wall Located carpeted hoot Airport, lake City Fla. An wheels patio
68.0OO mile*. 70000. Call Itchg 11/20. hold the ticket number to silver sterling dental carpet. at thly. NEW FURNISHED private paved parking; Equal OpportunityEmployer door private bedroom and
1320 Charles
%..5318. Itpd 11/20. Court (Reno) STUDIOS monthly only. security doors and light bath throughout
the McDonald $5,000,000 gold.CF scrap jewelry optical 2313 m/f .handicap.. ., ; carpeted
PERSONAL Ussrk Fla. N. Temple. Stark
171 TOYOTAs Good condl. liver mine game we could frames etc. J.I. Bull- Financingavailable No children or pet*. Coil Itchg 1120.PARITIMILs air conditioning: outside
tlon. 800.00 Phone SERVICES hare the profit: Ington 964-62SO TFchg. or will trade for TFchg 964-8265. after 5:30 or apply weekend, good owning: many extra.
9647622. Itpd 11/20. 50.000-232; 25.000-237: WANTIDi Used _I.. both older house or vacant land KITCHINETTiSl One BR at 830 N. Temple' Ave.. telephone voice. High Must sell. Sea anytime at
1970 VWt Now 5,000-238 or what have you. Contact apartment*. pool. TV. AC Apt. 3. 11/13 2tcba 11/20. school Bradford Motel. 1757 N.
motor 8111'AW SHOPl Complete ; 1,000-242/245; mechanics and carpenter utilities senior or older. Call
paperwork on all now sharpening service, clr 100 silver, 248/251. Call Phone 964-8331 or 964-5499 Monday furnished.Included.. Totally OFFICE November rent 964-5606.11/20 Itchg. Temple Ave. $fork.. Itpd
part, body rough; $60O. cular hand carbide .Cheryl 782-3924. 11/6 4tpd 468-1551.9/11 tnchg Friday. 11/20 2tpd 11/27. TEMPLE Weekly monthly free. Ample parking. Corner PART-TIMIi Opportunity 11/20.
confirmed. 4311091.1120Itpd. 11/27. WANTIDi .. ROBERTS RD. SRIs rates. MOTEl. of Laura St. 4 Hwy 100 URNITURIt Maytag
chain. mower blade hollow Mobile Home Axle 4 mile 880 N. Tempi Ave., supervising young
ground and balanced. PIANO LISSONSl $4.00, *. Paying the best price toward prison. 3BR 2Ba; Starke. Phone 964-7357. Starke. 473-2735. 11/13 salespersons. for Florida Washer $150 color TV.
I'" PINTO, WAGONS Air leave at Jackson Building one-half hour: qualified for good condition axles. fI.....,_.' One acre Ian.ch. 9/20 TFchg. tfnchg. Times-Union. Evening $150; Sofa and choir 3

and power; low mileage. Supply In Stark. Keystone teacher. Beginners to 964-S33I.9/I1 tnchg .".. VA no mono? MIMOSA MANOR MOBIL EFFICIENCY APARTMENT hour Must have dependable mo*. old $200: 6drawerdresser
$2750. AlIO 1"1 Height or lake Butler. Intermediate .....8372. WORKS Minor auto repair; down. Bond Program earning HOME PARK mobile home $43.00 and up. Call car. Phone 964-5165. $23 double bed
MUSTANG COUPES need TFchg ll/132tchg 11/20. tune-up; broke |I.ob*. Will up to 2700000. IIM and.paco.far rent. Phone 9645609. Siesta Motel.' Itchg 11/20. SSO ,twin bed $20; pool
point. 750.00 Call ALCOHOLIC ANONVMOUSi CASH FOR GOLOi sterling., get your car ready for In percent Interest. Phone _2912. TFchgHOUSEKEEPINO 11/20 2tpd 11/27. CffTA JOB) OPENINGS Personnel table $75 recliner. $W.
9646639. 11/20 FURNISHED APARTMENTS love seat, $55; king site.
2tpd coin A-Z Pawn Shop 144 spection. Very reasonable. 964-5533 and Technical Ailstont.
11/27. Phone 964-5148 or 964-7619.; W. Call St. Phone. 64-8348. 9648329. 11/20 2tchg anytime.SROOKttVt'New TV and sleepIng A/C; carpet patio. Single Applicant must meet the bed $85. Call 7527961.
1971 VW BEETLES 3BR. 2Bo room. Air. preferred Inquire Providence. Itchg 11/20.
needs REMODELING 8UILDINO 11113 tfnchg. 11/27. Underwood person following requirement: 1))
tlrei, otherwise good con RIPAIKSI New kitchen ROBERT THORNTON LAND with flropl co. Nice lot. of Motel 3 mile 407 W. Jefferson. Itchg Be a Bradford County resident FURNITURIi Extra long Sorts

dition. Phone 9645381. bath, family room Brick PlUt Wo have top soil fill Near school. VA no North 10/9 Works on Hwy 11/20. 2)) Be unemployed 10't twin beds. $45 each; dryer.

Itchg 11/30. block. conc..... Fireplace dirt and ond. We do light HOMES money down. Close, to ML 301.AIR APTSi tnchg Furnishedapartments. MOBIL HOMESi Call of last 12 week. 3)) $75; Basset, wood table

SURPLUs'JIIPS.. Core and specialist Crlffl Con.structlon. drag line work. 964-5B6I. FOR SALE Gainesville. Bond financing Good 1 location. 964-3361 or 9646112. Meet economical with four chain $150;
truck available through Phone. 473-2108 11/13 2tchg 1120.YOIIII 1IM percent Interest Bell-Air Apartment, H/2O2tchg 11/27. guideline for Title VI. Queen elm bedroom ulte.
or 473-2578. TFchg INVITIDi to our $3500 downpayment BRADFORD VILLAGE Contact: Florida State $350 soft love seat and
government agency* Many SIWINO House Thursday MOBIU HOMESi Why pay 4415 month. US-301 South In lawtey. APARTMENTSl Accepting chair; $125: Maple
MACHINES Open today Employment Servlcs 209West
Mil for under $200. Call more? Buy direct from the Reasonably priced. 10/23 application for expected "$-''r_ chest. $35. Call
RIPAIRIDi All make Nov. 20 11 AM to 3 Call for detail 9645533. Call St.. Starke.Florida .
3127421142. ext. 705 for' cleaned oiled and adjusted. PM. Door Prices Factory factory. Largo selection of SR 2301 130 ft, on SR230. CULLIGAN tfnpd. voconcle Modern I BII.. 32091. Call 752-7961 Providence. Itchg
Information how to fully automatic
chose.OPPORTUNITIES., on pur $10. Work Representatives to Demonstrate 17, 14' and double wldos. Near hospital. Wedge type water conditioner $3.75pot' carpets, drapes. walk-In 964-8092. Itchg It/20. 11/20.
guaranteed., James products. Introduc COMMUNITY MOBILE lot with 45 ft. on Bessent mo. Installation extra closet walled patio. off. LPN NEEDED for nursing FIRIWOODi Phone. %4-8210

Strickland corner Morgan line of HOME SALES US 301 Rd. 1198 sq. ft. Nice kitchen limited, offer. 9647638. street parking. 315 W. home. Pay differential for otter S pm Monday thru
fid. and Hwy 16. TFchg HallOrvkrglfts, and card North.Open 9 to dusk. I to $36,900.00. No tfnchg 1023.UNFURNISHED. Washington. 9648601. 3 to 11 shift and 11 7 Friday. 11/20 2tchg 11/27.
BRADFORD SEPTIC TANK rtn/20.! 6 on Sunday. Phone down. Itchg 11120. shifts. Full or part time. KIROSINI CIRCULATING
Call Bob Harris HOME
money
SlftVICIl Pump-out CERAMIC LOVIRSi Still timeto 964.8741.6/5 TFN. DUPLEX APARTMENTl 2 BR Call 284-5606. 11/20 2tchg HIATIRi Forced draft and
Own your own Joan Shop! Residential' commercialand make your Christmas 1 BEDROOM BLOCK HOMES 964.5533'OOWllytlm.: Keystone Height) area stove. refrlg.. $135 mo ISO 11/27. automatic blower stave
lake front 3 2
go direct no middleman gift 25%off allgrnre property; BR security deposit. Call pipe and damper Good
Industrial. Fully licens Special on Central heat and fireplace. Wilderness'Log
no talesman' f_. BA; CH/A; All appliances; 9647188. 11/13 21chg SWITCHBOARD OPIIATORlJob condition. Bloke Jackson.
ed. Phone 964-8121. until Dec. 20.
Offering all the nationally MOTORCYCLI RfPAIRSl TFchg Factory Ceramic Barn off SIt 100. Ph.11/20.9647458. 10/30 4tchg HomesAn carpet and drape L_.. 11/20. opening' Nov.20. 1980. 1305 Searing St.. Itpd
Available
13/1/80. $350
known brand such at Jor- For more Information- 11/20.
Rt. first
dache, Vanderbilt. Calvin trained mechanic Bobb 18' place behind 3BR. I BAt Fireplace, guesthouse adventure Into rustic per month. Call 1-744-2275 HELP please contact the Florida PICANSl Have 1300 Ibs. of
US-301 South 964-6020. Produce, ; large lot. Lake access. elegance.' We make Log after 3 11/6 4tchg State office at
Klein' Sedgefleld' Levi andover 5/29 S.' TheresM. ph. 473-3064.' p.m. WANTED Employment good nut. Will take 75
70 other brandt. BOOKKUPINO TFchg Itchg 11/20. Crystal Lake Home dream -a reality. 11/27. 209 W. Call Street, Stork.. per lb. If oil ore,token. Call
SIRVIdSl 9
14500.00 Includes beginning hom..I.... $35,000.) Call .Janet Starling' DUPLEX APARTMENTl 2BR; is/13 zftng 1120.Classified 964-6861. Itchg 11/20.
year experience In all ReaHor-Authariied love. refrlg..$135 $50 NURSING HOME need full-
Inventory airfare forI 964-5200 days or call Dealer mo. NEW AND USED FURNITURI
phase Including taxes andgov.rnm.nt LOSTFOUNDLOSTi Call time LPN or IN nurse for
to our national 964-7186 weekends and 1..7121t31712.JIHAnn security deposit. Ads and appliance Porch
forms. 4-12 shift. Call 964-6330.
warehouse, training fixtures 473-7075 after 5 P.M. 7/3 Bull dog mixed 73'Ibs. evenings. Itchg 11/20. W. Rleske.Associate 9 9647188.IAROE Itcha FURNISHED 11/20. 10/9 tnchg got results rocker BARGAIN
and Grand Opening ,MOBIU HOMES 10x55 feel .*..1221 CENTER US 301 South
black
tfchg light brown < ROOMSi Nice clean. Bath. HUM ASSISTANT Neededfull
Promotion Call Marl.. Michael. R.
KilNS Title SURGEONS face lost near Lawtoy, furnished. Phone 782-3782 Mann walk-In closet quiet time In doctor office. 964-6679. TFchg
Crow at Mademoiselle Trimming removal 14 ym.experience. Sunday night. Call or 431-1207. 11/13 2tpd Astoclate neighborhood. No children Day only No weekend. GIGANTIC. WAREHOUSE PLUMBING FIXTURES window ,
Fashions, 1-305-881-7441. 783-0649 11/20. 1-2"",* SAIE *. door*. pipe plus'
Hove 55 ft. or 3887226. or pet.Call 964-8071. Itpd Call 473-4712 or ....8206.
11/20. Itpd. bucket. Free estimate 11/20 Itcha. Homes*Lots*AcreageLewtev. 11/20 11/13 3tchg 11/20. Sat..Nov.22 10.000 ether Item now at
Phone 7823733. 9/23tnchg Florida *a.m. fit" Bargain Center US 301
AAA REAL ESTATE 00 f Metal warehouse an lost South. Slarke. TFchg

SERVICE OFFERS: BOATS AUCTION Brownleo St. next door to FIRSWOOOt. White oak. For
NA-A _. Starke Motor sale and delivery. $10.00

..Union.County.Ads 3/1 % new llsitlng. Shows Addition-' .; ..- -11611.10LASTIRdW' BOATl'225' .. On Dee. 6th io a.m.' clothing Parts. Tool furniture*.- camera and truck delivered.load Sunshine; $15.00 Acre,

appliance
.. -%, .1 4/1 V>' near RaUord, hO.'V-hull. Vinyl top and Morgan Road *. 11/20 1 Itchg. SR 16 W. Call 9647699.

3/2 w/pool & acreage many deluxe _lOrl.*. ISar233con! Itpd 11/20.
06 3/1 Shows Addition Just like newl Call 3 BR, 1 % Bath 5 Acres. 10%

3/1 '/ CHA Shows Addition Gainesville 376-361. TFN. down. PART TIME e PART TIME

3/2 Lake view Motorcycle, 2 S Acre Tracks, 20% down. Balance due Bay 0 Old
THIS WEEK ONLY In 30 days. Earn Cash.
Classified Deadline 3/1 brick owner financed Work with our solos crew 2. 3 hour early evening. Under I

Monday Acreage 10-520 acres notary service) 180 SUZUKI 2SO TSi 1.000 Southeastern Auction ServiceCol. our supervision. Florida Times-Union coil bet. 9 a.m. 5

Noon miles. Assume balance. ..Randal J. Campbell p.m. Mon. Fri. 964.5165..Itchg 11/20.

',-3'14 Call 11/27.964-6213. 11/20 2tpd 473-702S



HELP WANTED Office For Rent .
FOR SALE FOR SALE GAME SAlE MoneowTanineass N -

Starke-Keystone-Lake J RECOVERY November rent free ample. park-

PECANSt Stuarts. Call Fresh 496-3776' shelled.or OFFICE. AND OirrStSee SCHOOL Union SUPPLUS. Rain or Shine all under cover Longchamp Homes Warehouse, Butler business area our needs fast several growing N p ROOM Ing corner of Laura St. and Hwy. 011"

46-3464 nights orwook.nd. County Times open Monday Plenty of Parking. Saturday. Nov. 22 0 to a & Sunday. ambitious careermindedwomen. The Recovery Room of 100 Starke. 473-2735

.. Itchg 11/20. and Tuesday 8:30 a.m. $12,000 to$15.000 Lake City Local Dist.possible .
to 5 p.m.. Weonesdoyclood. Nov. 23 12 to 0 oor.Archl.. Tanner Funeral
the first
Thursday and Friday * .* * Homo

PERSONALSERVICES B:30 a.m. till noon. Direct selling ..
96.-57"7 Sea," PL BISC5TS 9045534IPM :
168 18 H. TRAVIL TRAIURiS80O. Items Include little gins clothing large selection/ In sizes 4 to 6X helpful but not 4104 "\

,let 74 Chevrolet Pick-Up B variety of household Kerns assorted women wear .. For Interview PEST CONTROL SERVICES

8 CUSTOM MAOI S1200, Registered Walkerpuppies mont. call Mr.exporl-ric-1 ,"COOL D AND SILVER The Mas*er KUItn
SSO. Contact Mar- and acoaaaortee and some miscellaneous Items. 1-369-6733 ( ) All soooaoso "'
DRAPERIESlFree'estimates. BIINO BOUGHT For 0 PoslMv* Oormin-FkMoh. Control 00"z4ftOWI :
vin GrlHls 431-1283. 2tpd 11/2O 21 pd / I .
NOW.
fC Local An In excellent condition. .... 'A<
11/20 11/27. Spools Sank 1:"' .ft**** YESII \ "distributor for completelywashable Cash prices for classr- ,
notionallyadvertised BRICK HOME: on 1.2bedroom. ac,...3 band I
V V.VM mg* wedding gold !
CardsettoDraperies. :2 bath GENERAL MERCHANDISE cr SR and silver ring coin and --" -Lake Gernwva-..;
I'' saw Enterprise fireplace, carpsted.. 1.800 4110 L r- jowlry.sterling, Ingot MUST SELL I
*. Ed or Lama sq. feet living area. and .ct 0. NEW USED and anything else of notnedlatedalWary.Liquidationefall 100 ft X 438 ft. Lot
I Stephen 46-331. $90.000. Brooker 485-1474. similar value.Starke new all sled buildings. Restricted for 1850 sq.
S/I/80TFN. 10/. TFN. 4 .. : I We finance our own. 40 x 72 x 14 $2.48 per 1'1. ft ft. minimum buildingsize
KIRBYS Cold Silver Exchange
CRAWFORD'S! COMMERCIAL TRAVEL TRAILERS! 30 ft.. 60x1oax15$23apersq ft
... In Bradford CoIInty.SiipSON.
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EXTERMINATING CO.I Serving tandem wheel; patio jV ROYALS next to flgglyWlggly. Call TOI.-,.,.. 1-00-342-6301

home, business, In door. private bedroom and ... q,( EUREKAS Century Steel BulldlngaMODILtt
T0FE .. 404 W.Madison _
bath carpeted throughout. .
Union. Bradford CPIurnbla C' :. HOOVERS .
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Counties.496-3986 Collect. AC. outside owning spare it .8225. j
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7/3 TFN CHG. tire. many extras, like ELECTROLUX HOME-
CUSTOM TRACTOR WORK new must soil see FILTER QUEENS
SMOKED BIRDS
Harrowing mowing and anytime. No phone Bradford SEARS For The HoHN"days SERVICE POMES Jon.3S6-4B49.:14.Ism
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blade work. Phone Motel. 1757 N. Temple UCTION \ O'vllle.377-79M U
496-3773 or 783-3039. Ave.. Stark Itchg I I/O.. COMMERCIAL Take the hurry and r-A-

11/13 TFN. 10 I/a ACRtSt On graded We repair. all makes.worry out of your holiday ,

WILL BABVSITi In my home road. SI2.90O, suitable for cooking by order- WNW

Fenced yard and hot homesite or farm. Phone November 21st ALYOUNS'S lag your smoked
meal Janice Noegel 496-3728. 4tchg 11/6 DATI turkey today. Smoked
11/27. Since 1VS7 chicken also available. PHMing
496-2510. 4tchg 10/33 TIMI 7
11114. .COASTAL HAYi square p.m. Friday Nfto Into"a I 9640911miles Call 864-5787 after 6:& 2" Thru 6"

bale*. '.45 par bale ...-. Pension. P.M. ,
U-Haul. Phone. _2133. a"Ow-4 LOCATION National Guard Armory' Illinoisan! 3 north of 11/6 3tC*>g 11/20 Fast Rotary

Itpd 11/20. so"..... Starlee Fl. ......... Stork en USMIVwWWVWVWVVVWtf. DrWlog Equipment
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INSURANCE mall. older frame.haute, MOBILE HOME STATE UCEN3EDPumpa

2 bedroom central hoot MI.CH..OII au.uo."....e.o.c. .,........" Bradford s.ladfains INSURANCEHOMEOWNERS

..INSURANCE AOEMCVi and air. carpeted equipped =:= ==: ;:;;;- ..-.:.-:::.=:..o-:: =:: RADIO :

160 S. Lake Ave..Lake kitchen paneled ....c.v.. iJ'ii..._..._. Mini Starags' CRVICES ,
Butler. _3978. Complete (11.900. Phone 46393.Itcha ,... 1..... POLICIES New & UHci's.u.Parta.Servlce
Insurance Service. TFN H/20. S' .... HWV tOO It Laura SL 73-4340 AT

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WANTEDWORK FOR RENT .um11'J1 NOW \47,24252RENTING E-Z TernmPhunblng
Oli.'s mobile
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14Xe MOS4U HOMES 3 Repairs Of Main
WANTIDi Repair I" IOU. ROUND TOOL SOMrtcsarr Sales
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Units
bedroom. 2 both, central I Storage
work painting. all type of n ". MIRCH-01SI' VARIES, FR-O-M SALYTOSAUMcma Electric AppliancesServing FREE
carpentry repair work., heat and'' air. Furnished ... $7.00 mo & QUOTES!
unfurnished rJ -- -- per up BrwHonJ a Clot New Installation\
823 month ... Phone
paneling, finishing work. per -- <---- -- 9046006EVeine
Phone Calvin Grlffls. ,Jr $200 per month plusdeposit.'Hwy ---- --- 473-2735 l .* ', Remodeling RepalroPUM
241. Phone ----- -1-.r.J'! : -r.:;::;:="' Lowronae'elvd.. Keystone U.i Olin, Agtnt
431-1234. Itchgll/2IO.
282-I8M. TFN 10/16. see sows_INA611 VMS ::.:::........._.. ___ to I .
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Residential Acreage: or unfurnished I : 3bedroom. Now HWV MIA8T "'=' ._::::=: ,
Commercial Coll:' VeneroBrown. 1 1/2 bath with SIDS Ot HATM WV 11014004rosaast = -- Septic Tank Intallass'102111D,

Sloollow- < 46-3032. Tiffin and Nice yard utility building.oo..d. / : ,
Owen. Inc.t Realtor ... sece.. call UACiUT AUCTIOfO $UFftV1 Billy BoyU C..DIN'BROS. 864 N., .

and Lilting river Include access) riverfront late, .*...2142.: I ng 11/20. I ON "''HULl''IN THE 5OOTT I aw.. 785 0092 : -Temple Ave.

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