Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/04289
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 18, 1982
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:04289
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Today (Thursday, Nov. 18> should be mostly cloudy, with a chance of' ,..
light scattered showers, a high of 70 and a low of 60. SECTION 'iOMtirarlM 0 "
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1 IH Equal Treatment Pressure Backfires for Parents;

': A drawn out and at times strained Parents and students overflowedthe Reading from a four-page prepared Jim Duncan. department rule states day and a half betore the
school board meeting protest over school board meeting room at the statement, Mrs. Green made the She asked that punishment be applied caught using alchqholic ballgame against St.
disciplinary action' taken against Monday night, Nov. 15, session. Mrs. point that six players were kicked off I equally, but said since four football will be suspended from our football captains came
Bradford High football players Mary Jane Green, as spokespersonfor the team because of their involvement I I games have passed the only fair In any sports for my office and said 'we have a
caught drinking alchohol has resultedin six players dismissed for drink- in a drinking incident at a local thing l :to do would. be reinstate the school year. '. I asked them, as with all
three more players being dismissed ing, came to protest what she termed restaurant the night of October 14, ''rights" of the six players dismissed, But the board, on a on the team, if they could
from the squad this week with the "unfair and unequal treatment of certain while other players she said were in- meaning they should be allowed to School Board member it, or, did they want me to han-
final football game against Mid- Bradford County high ,school volved in previous drinking parties ..;arti football jackets and participaten unanimously chose to They said 'we can handle it,
dleburg set here: Friday night. students." were not disciplined by BHS principal i Bother sports. A BUS athletic dismissal of the six .' I said'are you sure,' and they
t grounds that, as Hall ,'we're sure coach'.
I member Arthur Gaskins I later found to have happen-
, I can in no way condone the team had a meeting the
board further instructed Monday in which the cap
j investigate other got up and said there will be no
( ing and dismiss any drinking. Everybody promised :;
t --- who would admit drinking agreed that there would

during the season. further drinking during football
The primary previous Then we had the Thursday
ti question was a' party 14)) incident at the local
weekend of the opening Monday they had another
Macclenny in which meeting and said 'we talked ;-
i were reportedly involved this drinking you promised,
In the player-by-player broke your word"
,f Duncan performed as said three or four players
1- < went to the coaching staff to
t t rtg structed by the board to
.rudr 7 ''n ,.r ru r b r'n ,{? t' M r rp,!_ ..yamI morning three players the drinking problem and he
p it over with coaches and went
too, been involved in
some time during the the next day.
The parents and members of the
were dismissed. other
1 five players Mrs. Green pleaded with the School
t to show 'compassion' and give
to Monday night had
team in the wake of dismissed players a second
3I I 3 dismissals. or at least let them par-
'j; in other sports but none of
During Monday's
7 2j members of Hall Gaskins,
that his decision
fr p; t nt
1 i just the six players Pat Spengler, and J.R. (Jim
would back down the
tober incident on
14 was
V n r thinking that "an of the six players.
generally deals with one they did express sympathy
disciplinary matters and was a complaint voiced first by
back into the past." Betty Warren that the rule'*as

( He went on to say that because it punishes an athlete
,IrMx i vestigation of the drinking during the fall season
nearly half the football the full year, while an
ed into his office for caught drinking during a spr-
might be dismissed for what
full of
room was
.tee d denials "and actual to only a few weeks.
tl S a Etw to that the
!ar ,.x y | based on the clear facts
!Involving October 14. The added to its instructions to Dun- .
seemed to be important to task of reviewing the athletic
P y'' ;we... myself, coach ( rules and regulations and _
nor any of the coaches back with his findings.
said he would gladly do the
i N a t kd vw lya J94u ?M + r MtM '.pumbec these young player men, could i the board requested but did say .,.
&reluctant to be responsible for
'ot the $o-cak'd
party'V up-departmental rules and
He added later, "I can (such as athletic dept.

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mind I would have staff heads are in some cases
; \ other boys just as I did qualified than he to determine
:Standing Up rules for the organizations
M4.p ForAnu':, rica... young men. .
But Mrs. Green handed asked Hurse said he liked the
Everyone in the stadium was on Board statements signed written. "It was in effect when
his or her feet applauding as the big players who were here in 1958 and I liked then
band sound of the Bradford High they had admitted still like the rule. I would hate to
Marching Tornadoes boomed out once during the current watered down any."
The Battle Hymn of the Republiclast she argued, along with alcohol is a serious pro-
Friday night at the Eastside of the six dismissed boys Hurse said when board
football game. you're going to punish these appalled"A Arthur Gaskins pressed the
Middle school band members and men then, in fairness, coach about why he favors the
N a"z Ds the Flag Corps held up a huge punish all the students who rule.
I American flag in the background as breaking the same rule." charge leveled Monday
the band Band Director
School Board members team captains should not
Mike Woodfin the hug flaghadn't
\ says alchohol
those signed statements matters as severe as
been unfurled in the past few
and the board
sidered them in Monday's drugs was
but Is always a crowd
years that.
but would not announce split on Superinten-
pleaser.See boys who Mrs. Green said Casey said using students to
editorial for
page more on
statements. problems was a common
: band. Duncan and Hurse gave practice and a method to en-

t ,HoWSweet It Is... scenario's of the time leadership, potential. Mrs.ad-
events. said "I think it's very
Sophomore place kicker John According to the BHS that the boys tried to handle
David Francis Is swarmed by athletic director, drinking ."
I'iJ delirious Tornado teammates after cured during the J.T.,, Parrish stressed
V his double overtime extra point weekend but no or drug problems should be
t .r _,., upset Eastside 1413. coaching staff were made by the school staff, not the
iJ I 'y I +Nd nr The unexpected win which spoiled until after the October 14 .
.1 a Eastslde's chances for a district title -
', 1 M tl'I r. a w { 'rt"11 stopped a four game losing Christmas Parade Dec. 11 II
: d,+ 7 streak for the Tornadoes, and gives
R them a 3-6 mark going Into the final Santa Claus will arrive Square Shopping

game of the season here this Friday around 4 p.m. December 11 and wind up in the open
,1 ,?, 7't Y .Xt M'' y ?? pY night Nov. It, with Middleburg day, for the annual the old county courthouse
High.. sponsored by the Chamber Bradford Countv Telegraph.
See sports pages for more on Tor- merce. enter the parade phone the
nado football. The parade will begin at office, 965-5278.

III 1'I ..=.... S; Hall Does Not Show at 3rd Hearing, I

.= Neither administrator Charles Hallor the, matter.. Board member JR. day, Nov. 15, saying prior committ When school board inconsistency with which Mr.
':: ire his attorney Gary Moody, showed (Jim) Lawson switched his stand at ments in his schedule prevented him Richard Welty notified decides to have and then not
for a third scheduled public airing the third meeting set for the hearing, from attending. Moody claims notice Nov. 15 hearing date, a public hearing, and I am
Uf,Hall's grievances, and an impatient and voted with Chairman J.T.. Par- from 1 p.m. Friday to 9:30 a.m. Mon- calendar prevented his more aghast at the failure of
,1 ew Bradlord school board dismissed rish and Arthur Gaskins on both ques- day Is not sufficient. at least Nov. 18. Moody from the Board, or .you as
the case with prejudice in a 3-2 tions, opposing board membersRodney Moody has asked for a jointly set a Nov. 9 letter to Parrish attorney and representative, to
vote. Hall and Patricia Spongier. hearing time, but says all three hear- saying prior scheduling me regarding a mutually
::: The board ings have been made it for him time for Mr. Hall's hear
also voted not to requesta Attorney Moody never agreed to the set either by Supt. impossible
.state hearing examiner to consider latest hearing set at 9:30 a.m. Mon- Tom Casey or School Board Chair- Nov. 15 hearing. previous hearing time and
man J.T. Parrish, without his agree Replying to Moody, school have been dictated without con
: Early Deadlines Set for ThanksgivingThe ing. Supt.Tom Casey says he is allow- torney Welty wrote Nov. 11 my office and upon pitfully
ed by School Board rules to call a rish had not cancelled the notice." .
g THURSOAY. Nov. Since the Post Office will be closed1this early publication date special meeting with 48 hours notice. meeting, as he had told school board voted 3-2 Oct. 18
= Calico Cavalry In.., \ coming Thursday. Nov. 25 necessitates early deadlines., All
= \ ? Charles Hall considers his transfer phone Nov. 10. Charles Hall didn't show at the
rae A.M."IOO .M. ,. Thanksgiving Day,the Telegraph will classified and display advertising from principal at Lawtey Elementary In a Nov. 12 replay to hearing, with Lawson voting
.:: be should be in the
1 Chlll-Luhooft 11.2' published a day early,Wednesday Telegraph office by 5 to assistant principal at Bradford torney Moody wrote Spengler and Rodney Hall to
JIm united Methodist Churci Nov. 24, p.m. Monday Nov. 22. High a demotion. He seeks restitutionof question that it is my two attorney's set a meeting

; ', $600 loss in salary, and wants tion to have his grievances agreeable time.
: ptJ Zenl.q lead Mt; critical statements.removed from his heard, but at a hearing to Hall's hearing request
'qty Hell 7'oM."f_ I 'In B-Section. ,he and I have prejudice means the grievant
,' file.With
1j j \ ..{ board member J.R. (Jim) ,Notice on Friday at 1 p.m. again start up the ladder from
FRIDAY; Nov. It 't. ':. Lawson voting with Rodney Hall and ing to be held Monday at : again.but must pro-
: : .u"'...... hie \\J ;Banp/Bang I,.. ( / Fine Art* Displayed... Mrs.. Spengler. the board did not not adequate notice and you the present situation, at-
-. S.' .... R.cr..tloa. !>. *. ssf The g.n.ralhunt season Is. to! ( A performance by a cancel the case after the first two advised,once again that Welty explained to the board in
:: Pratt, .St.. (..Iles.. ,.t-* *' abortive hearings. Lawson switchedhis will Nov. written memorandum.
-. ,,\,; ,on arid 80 deer were token at 'sidewalk dance theatre Is set appear on 15. 1983
vote after Hall did not show at the such decision does not with prejudice does not
MONDAY. Nn.. 22 : .t Camp Standing.! opening for ..tonight.: third hearing.Chairman our prior position in this than Charles Hall cannot pur

it": ,, '....,.nI County CommliflotiMMHng.tpJN. .j'j\ weekend., 1' .' V '" Parrish set the Nov. IS "I will be most eager to grievance but that it his deci
:;f' 'u f .[ t :.. '.. Rising Star... hearing after Moody appeared at the setting of a mutally points out. ,
J ". ""*";, *, Th. Test of Tim....g ,: .f Th. country music future ofHampton's second hearing and told the board it hold my client' grievance also stated in the memO that
THUISD :No*. M "; A.R. Jehnson'likshls: old had not given him adequate notice or with representative of to school board rules, upon
HAPPY TMANKSdVINO 'store. just I fine h. way It !Is..' Jody Wadsworth a mutally agreed upon time. Parrishset any whether U be you of a grievance hearing will
\ { .I looks bright. .__ ._ the Nov. 15 date which .gave member or members of, within 48 noun at the next.
t Moody u days notice.. Board itself. Frankly, I am special meeting. f

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Page ZA TELEGRAPH November 18.1982 _
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udyBccker' Installs d I'i ... Pecan Auction TodayAt


I(' Rodney Hall is Head I tt # Farmer's Market I ': /

,,'. The second pecan auction of the Smaller buyers were referred to

KOf BC School Board j __ season:is set today (Thursday, Oct, J.R. Wainwright's operation where
18) at, the Starke State Farmer's they would have to pay more per
-,.'4"c- Market... the. only show of its kind in pound but could buy the quantity they

Mrs. Judy: Becker; was installed on know Gaskins as a man who doeWt the state. wanted, and get the nuts cracked if
the school board and 18-)'ear veteran mince his words but who had been in- au ear Growers are asked to have pecans they desired.
Rodney Hall became chairmairimareorganizational ..lerested in every.facetbf the! school .t Pti. B'W4 weighed in by noon and in servicable Good seedlings sold for 50 to 60
session for 1982-Kl: ymtMnr'-- bags:/!The auction begins at 1 p.m. cents per pound. A few bags of top
noon Tuesday Nov. 16. Hall has been chairman of the Interest was more brisk than normal quality nuts brought as high as 87

Mrs. Becker, a math teacher at school board three or four times over at the first wholesale pecan suction cents a pound.A .
Bradford High, won the District One his 18 years on the board, the last timein Q of the season Nov. 4, and it was a wet spring and summer made
seat by upsetting tw -term incumbent 1.972 when Gaskins and outgoing mixed bag of nuts. There was wide many of the nuts fell early this year,
Arthur Gaskins 2,227 to 1745. She was chairman J.T. Parrish came onto the "a't variation in quality and price Prices and left the quality of the remaining
I backed by the teacher union, the board. ranged all the way from high of 91 pecans poor ,
Bradford Education Association. Hall hopes to improve communication cents per pound for a single bag to Curtis pecans are somewhat more
Becker has been granted a year'sleave between board members and the nothing for some last year's nuts. resistant to the moist conditions, and
of absence from her teaching administration.: In a memorandum to i. Buyers came from from out of have not yet begun to fall in volume.
job. Last Friday was her final paid fellow board members and Supt. Ib.-.r. -11' town all over Florida and south When the Curtis nuts fall it is hopedthe
day of teaching at BHS. Casey at the reorganization, Hall Georgia. People were buying to resell quality will improve.
Board member J.R. (Jim) Lawsonwas stated: Country Bazaar... the pecans at roadside stands and Auctions will be held every two

elected vice-chairman. "I will be sending you my goals and Sharon William gets things arranged for the Calico Country Bazaar set other stores. weeks this year as long as the pecans
Gaskins received a standing ova- objectives on what T hope to ac- today (Thursday, Nov 18) from. 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the First United Market Manager Bob Allen said last, according to Market Manager
tion from the school administrators complish as your board chairman Methodist Church in Starke. about 14,000 pounds of pecans were Allen. &.Iesare scheduled for !NOV. 18.
and visitors present after a 4-hour within a few days. For example, I Mrs. William and Mrs. Mary Agnes Ferguson chairmen this year. sold in the first auction, down from Dec 2. and Dec. 16.
meeting Tuesday night. Supt. Tom hope to establish good rapport bet- Methodist ladies have spent months hanrfmaking Items to be on sale today.A some 19,000 pounds at the first auction
Casey, complimenting Gaskins on his ween board members, the administration soup or chili lunch will be served from II a.m. to 2 p.m. for $1,50 dona- last year.
service to the county, said he came to and employees" tion. Allen had to explain to many wouldbe -
buyers to whom the prices sounded THE BRADFORD
good they would have to register to COUNTY TELEGRAPH
buy and tha the nuts came in large Published every Thursdayat

Brief NotesArt quantities. Buyers must register and 135 W. Can Street
put up 125, which is applied against Florida 32091
their Checks mailed Starke.
purchase. are out
Schulz Shows perception of what the teacher does 17 26. Contestants may be either the day after the auction"Pentecoltal Second Class postage paid ..tStark.
Horses to 4H'ersA and feels. Many times we may act on single: or married. Community Neu's... .; FloridaSubscription
these perceptions rathei than on our Elizabeth
By :
demonstration on halter horseswas own observations and experience' of ( huckVilliams StarsAt Phone 964-6683 Apostolic Rates: .
given to members of the Bradford the teacher." the'! principal points out Pleasant Grove United Sabbath Assembly
County 4-H Horse Club Nov. 9 hy A brief IfltroductlorA11Im be held in Florida SouthernChuck Church will observe their Methodist annual Welcome in-trade area: $10.00 per year

Art Schulz on his farm near Heilbron the library and parents will be able to Williams has the lead part in !Mother's nay Sunday, Nov. 21.The 11 tibia Banta ... 10 IM brturiiyEviftfrtttM $3.50 six months'
Springs.An follow their young person's schedule "The speaker will be a.mce ... 7:30: MI Tuesday
Barber of Seville, a Florida a.m. Mrs. Emma 'Outside trade area: $11.00 per year
accomplished judge of horse, for approximately one hour, allowing GR 30A italics H.
Southern College being Tyson Guest cbior) will sing from St.
Schulz showed the 4-H'ers points to 8-10 minutes in each cl ss. stage production John Church. hat. Aatraw Ui 473-2442 $6.00 six months
brought to Gainesville Dec. Baptist
look for in a halfter horse, how to A reception will end the evening's The 2.
son of Mr. and Mrs.
train a horse at home what judges activity, sponsored by the School Advisory Morris
Williams of Kingsley Lake and
look for in a horse and how 4-H com- Committee whose members a 1982
petition can be if someone enters. will be hosts. Bradford himself High graduate in theatre, William in his first involved Shop Early For Christmas. .
Schulz also
brought along
_ semester at Florida Southern.
show tack. I
Some upcoming shows and clinics Local Girls South Florida The Theatre Southern' Arts Department of Lay-A-Way NowAll
College! entered
and a few community projects that
To Enter LC The Barber of Seville"
4-H is involved with were discussed. PageantArea in the the charm and comfort of
from American College Theatre Festival. a bygone era.
girls ages 3-'ff are in- The cast will perform at the Florida

Meet BITS Teachers preliminary v'ted to enter competition the Lake of the Citv Miss Thursday Festival, University Pec.of Florida on On sale, so you can afford them now.
Tonight 7 p.m. Florida Sunshine Beauty Pageant.Set evening.
to begin at 1:30: p.m. Saturday,
Parents of Bradford High studentsare Nov. 20, in the lake City Woman's
invited to meet Bradford High Club the Miss Florida Sunshine BMS News...
School teachers at an open house at ? Pageant is sponsored and coordinated
p.m. today (Thursday, Nov 18))tin the by Mrs. Debra Norman of Starke. To Artist of the Week Rocker Constitution Rocker
school library. enter the Lane City preliminary Tonya Klein did a pencil study of hand decorated Available in Maple
Each teacher shares with ther pageant contestants may contact trees. The art class has been studying Available in or Pine finish
parent the responsibility of guiding Mrs. Norman at Rt. 2, Box 2705, trees for the last week. Lilly Pine finish
and directing a student toward a life Starke, Fl 'jzoal or phone 964 H849. Anyone interested in Reg. 149.95
that is productive, balanced, and Contestants will compete in beauty purchasing a
satisfying.Yet and school jacket please contact the 199.95 *
modeling talent divisions. Beauty 1 school office. Reg. 119MJefferson
how many parents know their Division age groupings are: Pee Sale
_ child's teacher asks Bradford High Wee 3-5, Lillle Miss 6-9 Junior Miss 4 Six weeks testing schedule: Nov. s.1e 1499S
Principal Jim Duncan. 10-12, and Teen
13-17. Model Divisionand 18-R.A. and Math; Nov. 19-S.S. and
"We certainly here the name often Talent Division .age groups are _Science;_ Nov. 22-L.A. and_ PE.
enough, and we know the "student'*". Little Miis 3- ,;'Junior &* i044.;Muss; Thanksgiving holdiay! Nov 25 and 26. r'v''
A .f "" ,4' ell}'. > ,., *- ..* ... 'j' -t, '.. ":''f : .1" 4!...r. xrt'a) ,\ t ',':t1.. :, k 'i. '.' 'e'.iiu sf. ro'", ,;., irqu
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C. E. "Sue" Davis buffet luncheon of the season foods of BF. Elects Student Officers

Phone 4851344Kiverland the traditional Thanksgiving turkey Student. council officers and
with all the trimmings was waiting iN
representatives were elected Thurs.,
Music Club...
for the guests and members to ,
The Riverland Music Club met enjoy. Nov 11 .t Br
Thurs., Nov. 11 at the home of Mrs Churches.. School officers included Brian Kendrick -
Anita Countryman in New River.A A long sought goal by the membersof president; Kelley Dyal, vice-
Founders Day program followedthe the Brooktr' Baj-Ust -"hurch has at president; Angela Cauthen,
business meeting./ This is an an- last been achieved. With contributions secretary; Don McDavid and Tina
nual observanre encouraged by the and the labors of love by many, Willingham, treasurers.

National l Foundation of Music Clubs. new carpet and cushioned seats have Class .
A program recognising national been installed representatives elected were
in the church Cane Back Rocket
.. state arid local founders and club accomplishments auditorium. The beautiful blues give Phillip Crawford: and 'rystal Boston Rockers
Thomas, third grade; Josh Crawford Available in Oak finish
was presented.: At this one a feeling of spacious surroundingsupon Pine or Maple
time a special contribution is made by entering the church also a feel- and Christina Bath, fourth grade;
members to a Founders Day Fund. ing of gladness to be present in Gods Sarah Douglas' aid Lucille Foster, fleg. 99.95 Reg. 119.95
Part of the proceeds from this fund house and the freedom to worship.The fifth grade; Christl Nipper and
Patricia Bath sixth grade. $7995 $1499ry mb+
are used to maintain the Historic Na-
tional Headquarters Building in In Rev. Andy Moon would like to ex- Student Council members will
dianapolis, Indiana. tend an invitation to all who will come study the basic principles of govern
Mrs. Maude Gray from lake City and join us each Sunday for Sunday ment, including parliamentary procedure I
archivist and past state president, School at 9:45: and morning worship at and complete the year with a

gave an Interesting and informative 11. Church training is at 6:30 and Tallahassee.trip to the state legislature in

history of "The National Federationof evening services begin at 7:30. Students at Brooker Elem. ..:
Music Clubs and The Federation of will be :
Prayer meeting and choir /
Music Clubs. practice delivering spice orders during the .
each Wednesday!' evening at 7:30
Mrs. Margaret Dyal gave a history : p.m. week of Nov. 1519.
------- .
_ of the Riverland Music Club. --- -
Recognition was given co-founders
Elouise Ramsey and Nell Mann who BEAUTIFUL NEW APARTMENTS
supported by 13 charter members ,
began the club in May 1980. Both NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS! ,

ladies were presented corsages' by the orangewood
club Also a portfolio was presented to ApartmentsP.O.

Mrs.memento Ramsey of the, the occasion.A club president. ,as a Box 146

medley of beautiful well known Starke, Florida 32091
songs written by State Composer ,T tt
Stephen Foster was presented by
Mrs. Anita Countryman on the vibra
harp. A bibliography on composer 1, 2 and 3 Bedroom Apartments featuring central heat Heirloom
John Phillip Sousa and air wall to Rocker
the club president.was Sousa presented is best by refrigerator.; wall shag carpeting; drapes; .stove and Country Rocker, hand t decorated

I I known for his "Music For The Feet." Available l in Maple
He is called The March King. For Information/APPlication AvailableinMaple 'orPine finish

I Club members welcomed Helen Contact: Orangewood Apartments or Oak finish ;,
R 249.95
Black of Lake Butler who became a Equal c/o Tracy Bair, Manager Reg. 109.95
new member. After the meeting and Housing ,
program the guests were invited to oPPoretmity 801 S. Water street .Slit 189M
1 adjourn to the dining room where a Starke, Fl 32091 Silt

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November, IK. !!IM:! TKI.KCKAPII: : r.tQ ) : ,.\

,4 v li iJf,4' 'it llF'f City Advertises for Bids on Sewer Project] 1

Advertisement will be made this arrange financing.The In other action the commission: .Appointed Sam Basselt. a stale
:. ..kt month for bids for a $721.000 project city council asked'' attorney prison system employee who lives in
construction' of Improvements to Terry Brown to try to elicit from elec- Installed Warren Winkler, owner- southwest Slarke. to the city zoning
.. the city's waste water, treatment trical engineers of R.W. Beck & Co. of operator of Winkler Electric as a board on the recommendation t IIf
.> plant on Edwards Road. Orlando and the fiscal agent the firm bond trustee replacing Charles Fran Commissioner Travis Woods( leavingone
: : ,It Bids will be opened at 7 p.m. at the Fisher, JohnsonAllen &, Burke of cis. Other bond trustees are Mrs. vacant seat.
,; '. ij'i.' Dec. 21 city commission meeting. St.Petersburg, the exact Informationon Jean Chitty and Brad Carter.
.,. "'\.. Seventy-five percent of the project, how much the entire estimated $2 Voted to 'give city I employees a
'}\,.,, .. .,.' 1"I or $491,375, will be a grant from the million project will increase city utili- Was told HUD has given the city holiday the Friday after Thanksgiving
(' ,f' ..-: I US: Environmental Protection Agency ty rates. The council still must decide the okay to begin on the new $330,000 and to give compensatory time to
,. I J JJ.t .'The remainding 25 per must come whether to finance the project for five rehabilitation project in the Reno' section essential employees who have I lo work
'. from coffers years with bond anticipation notes or .
: city ; Nov. 26.
.. \l' (,; the with bonds for term not
: : .... '" 1 The .city is going to finance go revenue a
sewer plant improvements as part ofa to exceed 15 years. Short-term financ-
some $2 million project which will ing will be cheapest in the long run
c'f also include a two-way electrical tie but will raise electric rates more in S C New River New Cong.
.' with Florida Power' & Light That the short term. A bond issue would Increase .
t n Yi 'set loan project is not ready for financing rates less but 0931 more. in the. p Math. Church
yet but the city has funds to use for long run.Council. .
its share in the meantime, engineerJim members made it clear to Hwy 125 Union County
Lucas said he has been assuredby attorney Brown they are anxious for
E1: .- City Clerk Neil Tucker. actual cost figures. A special November 20
Lucas said the city can advertisefor workshop session will be called with .
Serving starts at 5:30: pm Singing begins at 7':io pm
New Bond Trustee... bids any time and the council did the engineers and fiscal agent as soon
not delay Tuesday night, Nov. 16. as the rate increase figures are nailed Featuring: Weeks Family Waymakers, Gospel Sounds
Warren Winkler owner-operator of Winkler Electric takes the oath to bea Lucas said EPA will study the bids for down the council indicated.
member of the Bond Trustees loi 'c City of Starke the threemembergroup 60 to 90 days and projected a con- $4 million in bonds were validated
entrusted with running the city power plant. There Is no salary. Other struction date of next March which Friday Nov. 19, in Circuit Court here Pastor: Rev. John Yarbrough
two trustees are Mm. Jean Chitty and Brad Carter. will give the city over four months to Brown reported.

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I J Workshop Set on School Roof Repairs t! 'IV.l.j

CamIMb cable

j A workshop to discuss what kind of top of the eight foot walls to support not being recommended back next
S roofs to put on the leaking roofs of trusses and an asphalt shingle roof. year.In moVie
s Bradford Middle School and Phase 3 That could be done cheaper, will last of
I of Bradford High is set at 7 p.m. Mon some 20 years and can be repairedwith other action Nov. 15, the school !ce
3 day, Nov. 22. )local carpenters board: ifeteBt
5 "There is a real question If we are
:t going in the direction we wanted togo 3-Year Contract Rejected .Accepted the low bid of Pyramid
I ," Supt. Tom Casey told architect AdministratorsBy Paper Company of Tampa for typing
I AI Dompe in the Monday Nov IS, By tables costing $58.60 each, or a total of
? regular school board meeting. a 3-2 vote the school board rejected 1465.
S "This is critical," said Supt. Casey an amendment to school board
1 in asking for a workshop on the roof- rules that would have renewed con Okayed purchase of a $7,995 piano
: ing problem after talking to board tracts for administrators on a 3-year from Lipham Music Co. of
members and administrators. basis. Gainesville long-awaited by
The best roof suggested by ar- The rule now states that principalsand members of the BUS Choral Depart.
chitect Dompe is a slightly sloped other administrators can be ment. The school raised $3,100
light concrete roof estimated to cost given up to a 3-year contract after a through donations from businessesand
$310,000, above the board's budget by probationary period of 3 years. The parents and the school board at Cinemox
some $60,000.To amendment suggested by Board Supt. Tom Casey's suggestion came
meet the budget Dompe sug- Member Rodney Hall would have through with the $4,895 balance even
gested a five-layer of coal-tar roof made 3-year, contracts the rule, with a tight budget.
estimated to cost some $243,000 but rather than leaving it to the discretionof
including insulation. Dompe told the the superintendent.Hall Passed up purchase of a $7,460 + R
school board Monday night that Insulation walk-in freezer for the new middle
cannot be added on top of contended administrators need school cafetorium because of the tight ..., ., \ ,
tiles in a suspended ceiling, and will the additional security and if they money situation. Supt. Casey said
have to be added on top of the roof using fall down on the job can be dealt with that cafetorium has refrigeratorspace .
a foam type material. by annually reviews of their performance available. -
"$310,000. Is that the Cadillac of the and ultimate dismissal if they Reynold* play* a Candlce Beraen an*) -
roof ?" asked Chair- dabonaire lewwl thief planrtmath Jaceuellne VIM*! litelungals brines his popular ton*
sloped the
system fail to to Accepted $207,720
perform up Hampton n i t ol the century m love and carver. The Gambler*U>Irte of the Roman Cmara.'
man J.T. Parrish. Dompe replied it Board members J.T Parrish, Ar- Elementary addition as substantially
is, but said he wasn't recommending thur Gaskins and J.R. (Jim) Lawson complete agreed to pay the contractor -
it because such a roof exceeds the voted down Mrs. Pat Spengler's motion Abney Construction Co., $36,299,
board's budget.Dompe seconded by Rodney Hall, to but still retained a full 10 percent of ,, 'fly!
said he will be happy to at- amend the rules. the project cost pending completion of r
tend the work session, that his aim is Middle School Principal Dewey the project punch list. The buildingwas .
to get the board a roof that won't leak. McKinney; who is protected by a con finished some two months late .
dmICH AND CHONQ's'N1CI aoo AND tout
Both Supt. Casey and board tinuing contract appealed to the but Supt. Casey says he isn't sure all CREAMS jayne and l-etin Kennedy The 1991 nttth versMttol E iptoMv*documentary
members stated they want to put up a board to not forget Hall's suggestion.BMS of that time isn't justified. trwhilanouV cMte" comedy 04 the hoodayela Charles Dickens: rijcounUni The MoMISOU
roof that won't be trouble in
giving Assistant Principal Billy McRae
five years that will last reasonable masked the board to continue to think T i ,,+.a, ? M
f ength of time. Jkfe_ :... *c.J,Je..a .q t increasing security for new ad- .Okayed a JROTChelicopter orien- ':6' ,
ft llooCasey and the boara members have 7i nill ators McRae said he, for irK!!;:.*.Matiori/i: l ldtrip ftonvBHSlo Camp '
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addirtg more support on stahc, t eifUld be dismissed by simp -Bfanding. ., tiri A ;

Lunch Menus M *Neq l 0 .
Soldiers lost,in the UJ Taylor tUr LCmll> NGI Marxaua anj MarM I._
Bradford County Middle School t'pui ian twampi become In* ydtwil bride Hvina akroad whoM' TKe aciien-packe* remake ef 'esrae*victims ) take
ACE f TURNER ACE HARDWARE human" pr fOt-Mti liclo ls wild ways lead M IraaeXw the'masked avtncer an*tonte's law loss t ie earn han s,'
and all elementary schools! l aenafV.Jielortsf :
Munda, Nov. '!-B flns t Wemers cabbage slaw 8650 Normandy Blvd.
ruil cup, cookie milk biscuils.Tuesda IAI WL
>, Nov. :23-Sloppy: Joe On Bum buttered 2 miles West 1-295 Over 50 movies each month. Movie choice not duplication. A great nlll\if'\alur..A .

corn Wedne applesauce.da>. :Nov.milk II-Baked Turkey w/giblel ...... ........ ... uu..r..t..u. ..... ....of. n.. .. .... .. .. .. Cinemax is the cable TV service with Movies that are chosen because they're month of nmvirs mi t'iiinu.ix HIMiss|
gravy, nuuihed pnlalnes t gravy or dressing, buttered : SAVE *50 B4NCO : : SAVE *50 over 50 different movies each month. the kind of movies! other channels than taking!! the faintlx In juM line tnmir
hid' rolls green,milk..peas, pumpkin pie. cranberry sauce F/qNCO Everything from classics to con tempo. usually don't show-so you gel! mure In fact, ear h ninnth! you !gel ..lIlh.. ,ilitlrrrnt
Thur.dai.e.: HAPPY THANKSGIVING. Nil Portable Kerosene Heater Portable Kerosene Heater raries. All uncut and uninterrupted. movie choice and less movie duplication.Cinenrtax films mi Cini-inax fur less than :2..V r.n h

Sehmil tVidav .day iir Friday. : ,0- ---., 600 BTUsnedUltl : : [22000BTITsk ;
: ,:: ;: U.L. Listed : : I Auto Ignite Shut off I.:
J iiradfordo oijnty Uigh School: : Auto' Ignite' Shut off : : 19-11 Heating Hours
und..>.\:i.w.t22-HSmburger On Bun, lettuce It : J.' : : I4
Reg. 149" : Beg. M99
pickle.Irenceri.., peaches,chocolatecake milk. :
tIIe.da'jhndwichuref,Nov. :XiMticafiMii'A"'un., fruit. cup Cheese milk spiced ham U. ...h.o.' 99" : : It- : difference is our movies:

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k pa .. 159 95Btfl.259 With Coupon Return
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P.,.tA TELEGRAPII November II, 1182


\ .!..i..i. ,' '" ". ? J1Will

rOn Names Inscribed t, tip h

Vietnam MemorialAmong \ I i

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the 57,939 names of men killed or missing inaction j'1"1,:'

f in Vietnam and now inscribed on the War e

Memorial dedicated in Washington, D.C. last week ,

were these from Starke and nearby localities: : ,,
,J.. ,
James Guy Blackshear. sonIJawrcnce Rutherford r ,,;".

of Mrs. Beverly Blackshear Kibbler, of Starke Further '
and the late! James M. information not available
Blackshear of Kingsley Lake; Arrive' in Starke November 26 ,, ji

served with the 173rd Air.Robt'rt Melvin Nail, son cf .. .
bourne Division and fell in Tom and Barbara Nail of

combat in Vietnam in March, Kinsley! Lake, served with It was the summer of 1911. preparation for "The' Great Endurance Just as the streets of Starke were .i
1968. the U.S. Marines and killed Run of "' Doctors, who needed.!
was Dover' sundry store in Starke 1909, a round trip
WM lined with curious spectators adults
in action in Vietnam in 1967. staged to make their house calls in those- '
race IS
by vintage 1909 autos
advertising 10 different brands
of and children alike when the original
Arthur Broxton Jr.,husbandof and their brave. drivers and days, were among the earliest auto.." '
chewing tobacco and "a full line
of tour arrived here In 1909, it is expected
Mrs. Louise Broxton ofRobert Earl Terrell, son of right and left handed cut plug smoking passengers over 543 miles of mostly will owners. The Telegraph reported that"is:
that antique auto buffs
North Street in Starke was a Mrs. Lula Belle Terrell, of tobacco." dirt roads from Tampa to Jacksonville line Dr, A. H. Freeman, who already own. >
Court Street to the
career Army infantryman Starke, killed in action in Viet- via Starke, and return from greet ed a Brush had also purchased a lint
killed in action in Vietnam in nam A front page headline in The Jacksonville to Tampa. via St. motorists on November M. new Ford Torpedo, making "'a"' :

1966 after 13 years of service. Telegraph/ proudly proclaimed Augustine. Though automobiles are no novelty, baker's dozen of autos now in>rStarke. '

Charles Richard Crews Leon Butler Triest, son of the "There Are Now a Round Dozen of as they were 71 years ago when only a ." '
son late and Mattie Triest 'Buzz Wagons' in Starke." A reenactment of this historic dozen ..l
Mlidred Sidney "buzzed" around town, antiquecars
of Charles W. and event "The machine is a marvel o/-
staged 71' to .
Crews,of Lake, of Theressa. A career Army years ago are still greatly admired and at- and the it
Kingsley serv "Buzz: Wagon" was slang for dramatize Florida's need of more strength way annihilates
who died in
ed with the 173rd Airbourne automobile man accident while an on "automobile"back in 1911, along with paved highways, will reach Starke shown tract large. crowds wherever they are distance, obeys the slightest touch on*

and fell in combat in Vietnam leave in 'such other familiar terms as the day after Thanksgiving-Friday, the steering wheel, and glides along v.j
Hong Kong.
in November, 1967. Horseless Carriage, Tin Lizzie F'Jiv Nov 26. just as the original group When the original Endurance Race without any bumps, 'IS so pleasant;.,
'vet, and certain profane terminologyused stopped here for a rest and refresh- visited Starke in 1911, the dozen cars that it is a wonder that every malt; (

Perhaps there are others locally who lost their livesor by irate drivers frustrated By ment break on the day after then owned here were still newsworthy who can afford an automobile hasn't]: .

were missing in action in Vietnam, but this is the the frequent breakdowns of Thanksgiving in 1909. enough for TIle Telegraph to got one. Mostly through carelessness,1 1.> >
automobiles in those days. record the event each time a new purchase a machine is damaged occasionally, '<
list as published by the news service. If others are Driving "mint
condition"automobile was made. For instance: Dr. but A. E.Spencer or C. A. Moat quick-.\ .(
known, The Telegraph would like to have their names But the really big news in the June built between 1909 and J. C. Wills has sold his Brush ly repair the trouble" The TelegrapH-'' '!

for a permanent record of men from Bradford 2, 1911, issue of The Telegraph/ was a 1929. the group is scheduled to arrive runabout and bought a Ford Torpedo, reported -/id 1
report that June 23rd would be "a in Starke at 9 a m., after an overnightstop
who died in Vietnam, with which he is well pleased. This is Mr Moitt operated blacksmtth'\ .
County great day for our autoists,for then the in Gainesville, and will park on
special committee appointed by the Court Street on the east side or the Old the ideal doctor's car. It looks stylish, and carnage shop on Call Street on!'. ,
Jacksonville Board of Trade to Courthouse for a coffee-and-doughnut it provided with a top, rides easy, is the corner where Koch's Drug Store is ''

perfect arrangements for an break hosted by the Starke Chamberof almost noiseless and very powerful.The today. Apparently,he was adapting to"0*
automobile tour through the state in Commerce.They will be welcomed axles are high above ground andit the times, changing more tires and "
the interest of roads will by Vernon will turn in a very short radius. shoeing fewer horses. '' \'
-4 EDITORIAL'' -- good pass Mayor Silcox and other .
through Starke on their way back to dignitaries and remain here an hour''' ..r'. .
Jacksonville. They will start from to give the public time to view the an- -
Jacksonville on the 20th and go by St. tique cars and visit with the drivers / :
A No- Win SituationProbably Auiruittine., Daytona DeLand. San- and Dasseiiiters. Vietnam Monument "r

ford, Orlando, Leesburg, Ocala, Says,
sion. Gainesville Starke, Lawtey, and Thomas M. Jevcak, director of the
we've all been in Was the board's decision
Highland back to Jacksonville. They Southeastern Region of the Veteran
unfortunate situations, then any better than Duncan's? will lunch in Starke and hold a short Motor Car Club of America, under Young Men Die in War

come out still more unhappy It is an established axiom meeting in the interest of good roads.It whose auspices the event is staged,

trying to set things right. familiar to experienced school is hoped that the roads in this coun- says, "Our antique car club is "and here
which the endeavoring to duplicate the are names"Jimmy
That's the situation a group of board members, that the tyvwiU condition same
be put in good events of the 1909 tour including "
parents of football players board sets policy. The ad-
before authentic
that time. costumes, original tour
Blackshear; Crews
found themselves in Monday ministrative staff carries out mute, original running dates, rules a lot, Ricky Bobby Nail were together ;."..
growing up on Kinsgley Lake In the 1950s. '
night when that The The visit of this committee was inyou're and awards of the They swam .
they sought to policy. school board original tour. together, skiied together, and fished together as teenagers Bobby "

have the athletic "rights" of should take care not to was a little younger than the other two,but Jimmy and Ricky were

six dismissed football players become embroiled in ad- FORESTRY members of the same Bradford High football team, the school's "':0

reinstated. The school board ministrative decisions. -- first state title winners -champions of 1965. i ,

refused to give. Instead, the Such interference only mud- A year or so later the three friends enlisted in the armed forces ,

parental pressure resulted in dies the water. How can the II IN BRADFORD COUNTY JI for service in Vietnam-Bobby with the U,S. Marines; Jimmy and r

three more players being forc- school board, which must act Ricky with the 173rd Airbourne. ,Kt.!t

ed off the squad with one as judge when a complainant Jimmy and Ricky died in combat within four months of one {

game left. is unsatisfied by the principal another-Ricky in November 1967 and Jimmy in March of %8. Hubby -
and the superintendent, be effective calls Lately I have received numerous vary in color from white to reddish- lost his life in action in Vietnam June 8,1967.
The parents were requesting information on Pine brown,and in but I
unhappy size most
ruling on its own deci- Bark beetles. Although these ; frequent Last week Jimmy's mother, J
with the school board's deCI- insects ly they are about the diameter of a Beverly Cady Blackshear, made a i
sion? attack pines and are active pilgrimage to Washington, D.C. for the
sion to through mrkel. If the tree is long awaited dedication of a
healthy, attacks
apply rule
a rather Supt. Casey hinted at the the year, they become more prominay be unsuccessful,. even,. memorial to her son and 57,938 other missing, or,{fallen yete:r
than though
ease up on it. School nent during the fall months the Vietnam war; "" NI r'rn s 1.t.
proper solution t .sweral'pit5h tubes are r :. .; ,. J .
board members were also no Monday night, "I' I "en4.y y.pr,, Ii ''t'M'rs.l iI tl!' U'
doubt unhappy pointing out the case was The insect attack trees ,w akened < prgyiPgtrekythathave-been.at l lacksheariiadnocriiicismforthecontroversial'starknoss'onu i ( '" In

over the outcome Iraut1ht with... m.nv_ r 4.k end..... by natural or man-made causes such tacked with insecticides is usually unsuccessful of the polished,black V-shaped monument, embellished 6nfyT>y lhe" ""'* Ph
----"" --- n. '" 00'' & g.
'b" bronze
wrongs and Duncan's' deci as over-mature or crowded stands, because the damage has names of fallen veterans. "It looked beautiful to me" she j

It was distasteful lightning, fire drought, flooding already occured. If the tree is obviously said. '..o.
a chore sion
to was bound to be unpopular wind, logging, other insect attacks, or dying the homeowner should ,)
begin with. As Supt. Tom Another time Casey construction. They usually attack and cut the tree down and spray or burn it And good fortune smiled on Mrs. Blackshear during the trip. She ,),

Casey pointed out there were pointed out the six playerswere kill only one or a few trees in a given to prevent attacks to nearby trees. arrived minutes at the Candlelight Vigil in the National Cathedral just 20 '1

many rights and dismissed because spot, if conditions are satisfactory Spraying adjacent healthy trees will before the name of her son, James Guy Blackshear, was 9
many of an read. The timing could not have
better. On .
they can destroy more. another occasion, ':1.1ll
the many prevent further losses. :
wrongs, decision incident Speed of
was that occurred off while at the monument, her camera malfunctioned just as she tried .
bound to be unpopular and school property, that the six Usually the first indication of an at disposal is important. to photograph the name of her son. Seeing her distress, a young \r

BHS Principal Jim Duncan had broken no school board tack is small masses of pitch and bor If you desire pesticide/insecticide passerby offered to take the picture for her, and would accept u1
had exercised his best profes- rules. ing dust on the trunk (ground level to r comm ndatl l.a contact the County nothing but thanks for his thoughtfulness. ,, o a
10 feet) Forester's
Shortly thereafter office. The best
recommendation -
sional judgement in dIsmiss- David Bennett put it best needles turn brown and this is the : if you have pine trees, The three-day stay In Washington was whirlwind of activity( ( .a' ; tai

ing the six players from the Monday night, saying that on point where most people realize a pro- have a healthy tree and keep it in that Mrs.reception for the men and families of the 173rd AirburnewheFrasu,i ,ajfaaril

squad.No the one hand everybody wants blem is occuring. Pitch tubes will ,condition! Blackshear met and heard consoling words from the c nunoui, )-.., ads
ding officer of her son's unit; an open house for Gold Sur .
doubt the school board Principal Duncan to have in the Hubert H. Humphrey building; a U.S. Army Band concert;,, fl/ersfe1D!/ J, ods

members thought they were more latitude to move in such Veteran's Day.and: the annual memorial service for all on b9ze.its
doing the right thing to enter matters. On the other hand the Rotunda at Arlington Cemetery, ; yetef( *.i.q.'hM .'
County' Agents By .' "niiol\ oU
into the
disciplinary decision, Duncan had applied the rule The memorial itself '
lying somberly,between the WashYrtfcfolP oW
as demanded by the parents. and nobody liked it. monument and Lincoln :
Bobby Memorial has been described m a pMw-.fIA .8s1:
But is the school board Who is better off after the Notebook r ful, gleaming declaration that says simply, -'In war'rytfdiiif' WeW3 to 193roVl

prepared to rule in every pressur -packed session? Not Taylor, die; here are their names." 'Ia' uf"( srfJ m bta,

bbull 1'Ja'J.1.8!
'S' disciplinary case in which a the six dismissed players, not Like thousands of other mothers making the pilgrimage" m to

parent is unhappy with the the three who were dismissed Washington last week, Mrs. Blackshear received sotacWt*? i

principal's decision? Tuesday not the In the last couple! of years we've the name of her son inscribed on the indestructible stones ki. ,
parents not ing weather. This will make the
In had exceptionally l that he and 57,938 others would be ...,,j.r _
case the school board the football team, not the ad- cold plant more vulnerable to cold injury never forgolt;:-;;. .
winters..Many homeowners
entrance into the administrative ministration. It's difficult, in- lost landscape plants that had never have during cold weather.We f
also know that shade
process made it deed, to see just how the even. been damaged by cold weather cold damage. Plants in can reduce locations ... ,r ,

appear that Principal Duncan before. Obviously winter is
parent a long
pressure helped the way will go dormant longer in the
had not made the proper deci- problem. off time and to this talk may about seem cold like damage the wrong to spring than plants in exposed loca Letters to the Edttal.ti.

tions. Plants in some degree of dormancy .
landscape plants. But
one aspect of tolerate cold weather better

I HowAbout That Band cold something protection you usually for plants have involves to do than actively growing plants So, Let's Hear It Again Williams Clarifies C '1; :$
from cold
a protection For the
while the weather is still warm II standpoint, a BIIS BandS! Campaign Contribution 1
location under pines or other trees
How about that Tornado Marching planning to add new plants to that give light shade would be Well, folks, let's hear It
Contest landscape this fall again for
on Florida your this information
Marching Band During
of for tender my recent
Bradford Field in is for preferable ornaments the Bradford High School Marching campaign for'
High? Gainesville, where it you.Obviously, the most which don't need full sun. Tornado Band! j,reelection my opponent In. a:!,
won straight superior ratings important fac Morning shade is particularly im Those of who newspaper ad stated that Georgia 2
Performing a stirring rendi- tors determining how badly you were fortunate I
a Pacific
for plant '
tion of The Battle the 15th year in a row will be damaged by cold weather portant. Plants which have been enough attend the a8-day FBA was a major contributor to y
Hymn of the are frozen will suffer less damage U 'Ma (my campaign. (In fact, it*
Republic the 68-member unit This Friday night the' how cold it gets and how long it stays thaw out they ito Band Contest at Florida I lion was a very minor contribuI -rx
slowly. Field one.)
halftime for the cold. lDesvi1le last Saturday, as ..
had the crowd on its feet a Middleburg'game But don't overlook the fact that Plants exposed to morning sun will :we did know exactly what we are This was done in an attempt to
plauding at Friday nightV here will be extended so tain characteristics of the cer '''obviously thaw more quickly than .talking about. Those who were not discredit me, and a reply was

football battle with Eastside both bands will have time to and its location within the plant overall site plants which have morning shade. there just don't know what they miss necessary to correct the implicatIOn
perform the shows For this reason plants on the north of wrong doing on
High of they will landscape also affect the my part. My reply
Gainesville. amount of 'ed'Of
Middle of (also
and west side a house will a political ad)
do this usually band pointed out the
+ School band Saturday at the NE injury a plant will receive during course our won All
members a fact that
have less cold the law
and the than
damage plan"the Superior firm that
Florida Marching Band freeze. Today we'll have some ideas on again this year. All the represents'Georgia '
;, Flag Corps of the BUS band about where east and south. bands t but let Pacific-Hopping Boyd
to put plants in the land- me tell you- I !
: Festival at Forrest High in With luck won't have Brad Green ft Sam-had
i unfurled a huge American scape to help them tolerate cold we any more when began their perfor made a contnbuV
\ flag as the band played the Jacksonville. BHS will per' weather. of these extra cold winters for a long mances. the spectator In the stands tion to my opponent. ; ;
form at 11:30 time. If the winters stay mild, the became My criticism was of my"opponenb'and
hymn. a.m. Saturday. deciding where to plant a tender very quiet, except for the
J locations of your plants In the land-; I spontaneous not of the law firm or V
landscape applause Georgia
Competition will be ornamental,look for regularly
I'I A fine sounding Eastside than in tougher with good air and water drainage.a spot scape may not make any difference at throughout their entire performance. Pacific. I recognize that the law firm:
band also Gainesville. Director Air 'all In terms of cold damage.. On the and Georgia Pacific
got a big hand from drainage may sound like It was such an emotional experience are completely' ,
; :the BHS fans as it performed Woodfin is looking for even idea but it does make sense.a We strange know other hand the coming winter may be, ,there was not a "dry eye" left in our free to make political contributions all s

r: a dance on the gridiron. more improvement from his I that cold air is heavier than warmer Just as bad as the last two or three. U I crowd, especially during their grand they may desire. I felt that my opponent '
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veteran band members. air. So,don't plant a tender you can shift the odds against cold Injury finale 01'Somewhere Over the Rain- In good conscience should have *
: Plus: the ornamental
crowd was treated In your favor by picking Just tharight I dow" and made it clear that
in the very there
Friday ni patriotic a spot where the coldest air wiU huge polyester rainbow wax *:
jlht's -
to performance client
some of the best football collect or settle. spot for tender ornamental appeared on the field just beyond the association between hopping
:BHS has played this season. in observance of The location should be open .'plants, why not give it a try I band, unfurttnc all the colors of the ;Boyd GreeD '*. Saw this con

J 'Dec six players being Veteran's Day topped the to permit air movement, but it enough should v( Finally, do .everything you can to rainbow "In the sunny cool..tress on contributor j tribut<<)anct Georgia Pacific (my

dismissed, two who quit contest show, as far as the also be protected from cold winds by :,keep your landscape lone.plants fa) odcendltlon''all L huge Florida Field. I'straight.In in order to set the. record

: crowd was concerned. The other plantings,. hedges, fences year Healthy Try Ukinif snapshots as fast as
and two starters or you
who resist cold
I were in- band similar barriers. plants damage and snap .can with blurred vision! Ob It no way do I wish to imply that
hadn't ,
jured in the first two unfurled the huge, Good soil drainage always! back after It occurs much better than ?, was Hopping Boyd, Green ft Sam acted
'the Tornado gutted flag in a few years but thepeople Impor unhealthy plants which have already grOs improperly or
gridders tant. U your plant U in a poorly draiDI sincere thanks to Band Direc contrary to Florida
;out an upset win, playing the always seem to like, I led spot,it can suffer root damage dur lack been of damaged fertilizer.by,.insects, diseases or tors Mike Wood in, Jim Peronta. mad eleeU always a.lawa. To the contrary I have

beet they could. that show, ; ...... the r;BH8 Bud. !Suck character had and now have the highest
J' respect for this
builders ... reputable
they We are very proud firm
After the football game Folks this band is good. If ; : '
t'lhiwetl eu>be a put ofF < .Frank WUlUms
1: about half the crowd stayed In 7 b..... j{

their seats to watch the Tornado studennttsspperforrm don't r : .you, who were......to attend .. ,., Representative* j. -i 25th lMutrlctfar

band the final ,last Saturdays cisnlesf. iwUH. .
perform the contest home marching ymanother vSaturday .I
show to be used Saturday formance here tomorrow'per A 13lf.2-Inch refracting,Ultscop. the* world's "'Dllt. onMrtisattjr .... a' job" well cIoD e, We',. proud 01
can pick Mrcfauw* ....
'at. ,the Florida, Ban nJalter'a' night. You've a treat in..tore. located In up Ruui.t a flickering Caucus candle at t 16.000 miles,' H 'orresi M0b u JacfcraivtHo. at_ Emory. LTopuyJandVan Brown

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I i Cindy Rowell and Steve Futch Married, in Methodist Church t9 Od

The Social Side
First United Methodist Church was 1 I chiffon overlay, accented by a 6" ruf
j the setting for the Saturday, Oct. 23, fle covered with lace. She wore a sim
7:30 p.m. marriage of Mrs. Cynthia 4.y pie halo of pink sweetheart roses
I Strickland Rowell, daughter of F.W stephanotis and greenery and carrieda Moo Of TheSociety
Gladys ty
Strickland and the late Mrs. {. prcMS"" iji colonial nosegay of pink bridal
Strickland of Kingsley Lake, to roses, pink sweetheart roses,
Phillip Steven Futch of Starke, son of stephanotis and baby's breath.A Editor,
Mr. and Mrs. Benton Futch of
Graceville, Fla. Rev. Warren Langer reception was held in the church 964-7608 News !
performed the nuptials.The Fellowship Hall where guests were
lighted cross in the choir loft of greeted by Mrs. George Roberts, Jr.
the church was flanked by two spiral Miss Donna Thornton, niece of the V4jcv
candelabras holding burning tapers. bride, kept the bride's book.
Garlands of boxwood and fresh palms Arrangements of flowers in the Mrs. Albert Lee Crosby was in Mrs. Rex Anderson visited
decorated the railing. The lower bride's chosen colors were used on the North Florida Regional Hospital for relatives and friends In Evansville
chancel area held two mixed arrangements piano and throughout the room. surgery from Oct. 25 to Nov. 13. Ind. Nov. 3. 11.P L
of gladiolus, snap-- The bride's table was covered witha
dragons, nerrine lilies in pink, white cutwork cloth and centered
burgundy carnations and snowdrift with a three tiered wedding cake top-
pompoms'on either side of the communion ped with pink and burgundy flowers
table. Two tree candelabraswere and flanked by silver candelabra with
placed on either side with palm white tapers. Cutting the cake were 238 S. Walnut St
trees to finish out the candlelight Mrs. Greg Moyer, aunt of the bride, .
theme.The family pews were marked Mrs. Don Hardenbrook Mrs. H. H. 1 $ 9648400II
with pink and white satin ribbons. Adams, Mrs. Eddie Douglas, Mrs. 11. : .: .. ,
Mrs. Leslie Becker, organist Mrs. M. Richarde and Mrs. Warren -- -'" 'TJ' ..
Drew Reddish, pianist, and Bill aI + Langer. -,, ; < :..""' \ ,:\,

McRae! soloist, presented a programof ...,., ;\. -
nuptial music. The punch table was centered witha ,h
Mr. Futch attended his son as best crystal punch bowl encircled with \ );) :
man. Ushers were Michael Cooney, fresh flowers. Presiding at the punch J
Tim Watson and Chuck Jones. bowl were Mrs. Steve Denmark, Mrs. ''f, ... 'J "
Miss Elizabeth Ann Rowell attended Bill Adams, Ms. Jane Watson, Mrs. < .......,/. '
her mother as maid of honor. She .- Richard Odom, Miss Donna Brantleyand ,"
wore a pink floor length dress of knit- cousin of the bride, Miss Jan
ted crepe. The bodice was covered ,. Moyer. / \
with lace and trimmed with satin rib b d.,, yo EI
bon. The skirt which joined at the em'plre -, I Assisting as floor hostesses were fotSs"ns"ne
waistline was accented in the Miss Holly Shields, Miss Alisha
back by a sash. She Carried a single Gruen, Mrs. Rex Anderson and Mrs.A. .
arm bouquet with baby's J. Eaves, III. Passing out rice bags
.Breath and streamers. were Janna Thornton, niece of the 10 Our
Attendants were Mrs. Donald bride, Leigh Ann Odom and Brooke teSYo ,
Thornton and Miss Gloria Strickland, -, ... Watson. In \
sisters of the bride and Mrs. Chuck Mr.and Mrs.Ste.Futch Providing piano music at the recep--
Jones, sister of the groom. Their tion were Mrs. John Schmidt and ,\\t\ua\
dresses were identical to the honor at was accented in the back by a sash. was, covered with lace and accentedby Mrs. Warren Stevenson. 11'\\
tendant and were designed in burgundy They carried the same type flowersas a square neckline trimmed 'with Following a wedding trip to Stone OUSt""S
knitted crepe. The bodice was the maid of honor. satin ribbons and lace edging. The Mountain and Atlanta the couple is d"\\
covered with burgundy lace and trim- The bride, given in marriage by her bodice was also accented by lace residing at 514 Nona Street. aY
med with satin ribbon. The skirt father, wore a floor length dress of sleeves:The skirt which joined at the The groom is manager of Jones C\\\\\S: "
which joined at the empire waistline candlelight knitted crepe. The bodice ,empire waistline-was covered with a Funeral Home of Starke. 9&1lo..etnbet

I Mrs. Judy Moore Speaks At Hospital:) Auxiliary MeetingMrs. w c..no 9'"

&.30 atn

Judy Moore, assistant ad- huge success. Mrs. Moore also Bl ackshear's name for membershipan Mrs. Doris Overstreet reporting for
ministrator of the Bradford Hospital, reported that plans are moving right d was accepted. the Teenage Volunteers, formerly se
was speaker at the Monday, Nov 8 along for renovation of the hospital called Candy Stripers, stated chair t G
dinner-meeting at Western Steer which will include a new spot for the l l\lrs.\ Wilma Jean Terry, patient man Mrs. Debi Prescott announcedthat t51et 0
Steak House for the Bradford Hospitality Shop.President care chairman, reported she has a the Teenagers again this year
Hospital Auxiliary. Ada Reddish presidedover few ladies working directly with patients will have a drawing for a ceramic
Mrs. Mary Sessions, former pro the meeting where it was announced but needs more. Christmas House and ceramic Yule
gram chairman, introduced the that Orientation would be Log. Tickets will be on sale in the
speaker. Mrs. Moore presented a held Tuesday, Nov. 10 at the hospital Hospitality Shop at the hospital and
slide presentation showing different with Mrs. .Judy Moore conducting, Mrs. Linda Johns, social chairman, also they may be purchased from the
employees of the hospital wearing which includes a tour of the hospital announced the annual Christmas Tea Teenagers.Mrs. : Enjoy rclrx-biunents and meet our staff. Place your
their appointed colored uniforms; different Mrs. Bernadine Early, Gift Shop for members and hospital staff will beheld Reddish, Mrs. Early, Wilma order early avoid the rush and receive double
views of the hospital, and a few chairman;reported that sales are goIng on Friday, Dec. 10 from 10 a.m. Jean Terry, Nela McGee, Linda
slides taken at the recent Hospital well. Mrs. Gerri Green, member- to ! Health Fair which she reported was a ship chairman, presented Beverly! ten d. Florida Hospital Auxiliary annual
meeting in Orlando Sunday to ,
Wednesday, Nov. 14-17.
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Dr. McFadden Speaker Woman's.: ClubDr. ;- ,.,. t

Bernard J. McFadden was nouncements concerning the Friances"' O'Jfteen", 'Miss 'Delia l',
guest speaker at the Starke Woman's Woman's Club Antique Show; wbichNvill' Rot'ienberg and Mrs. Becky Jones. :. 1 I "
1 Club luncheon 'meeting on Wednes" -be"'Weld.frfjMafctf! 'at.'J.fh.eFairgrounds. The Thanksgiving decorations were
\ day, Nov. 10 at the club house. : T'he'club is l looking forward arranged by Mrs. Betty Young. i
i Dr. McFadden is coordinator for to a very exciting four days for ii
Santa Fe Community College Starke the club and the people of Bradfordand i
center located at Bradford High surrounding counties.A Community Thanskglvlng ,
School. He is an instructor in rummage sale and bake sale has
humanities, literature, philosophyand been scheduled for Dec. 3 from 9 a.m. S.>rvlc. Nov. 24
religion and he has a N.A. degreein to 3 p.m. Mrs. Whiffen, Mrs. Ahrhart ,
English from FSU and LITT degree and Mrs. Brown will be at the club The Ministerial Alliance of Brad- I 4
from the University of Rome, Italy. house on Nov. 22 and 23 from 10 to one for d County will be holding their an- 4I I
The program was in the form of a to accept merchandise for the sale. nail Community Thanksgiving Service -
literature class with the poetry'of Mrs. Maxine Gibson, Mrs. Eunice : on Wednesday, Nov 24, at 7:30: \
Gerard Manley Hopkins, a favorite of Searing, Mrs.: Lillie Bridges and Mrs. p.m.! at Madison Street BaptistCh : .'. '.,
the teacher, being discussed. Three Evelyn Griffin will constitute a urch. : ,YI','-''Ii'\ ,/ '
religious by Mr. Hopkins were telephone committee for the bake Ministers from Madison Street Bap-' :. 'I r' \
discussed and explained and the fact sale.Mrs. tist Church, First United Methodist .: ; ':
that the greatest poetry of our day is Florence Rudd, Mrs. Dorothy Church, First Baptist Church, St. '; : : 1I'Yr
about God and'his' creation was Brown and Mrs. Carol O'Steen were Murks' Episcopal Church, and '
stressed. honored as Outstanding Clubwomenfor Bethlehem Freewill Baptist Church : : :
Dr. McFadden expressed appreciation the month.A will be leading the service. '. ,
: for the cooperation of the delicious turkey dinner was serv- This service has become a popular ',- '
Woman's Club with the Santa Fe Col- ed by the following hostesses: Mrs. and meaningful community ex- I ..
lege Artist series., The next in the Jane Trawick Mrs. Elizabeth per ience..The special offering is usedto ) fJ';; :;
series of cultural events will.be on Nasworthy, Mrs. Gladys Hobbs, Mrs. .assist members of the community : ; .
Nov. 18 in the club building. Gladys Weldon, Mrs. EmmaRene wilJh!! emergency needs. : 1 L_ $ .
Mrs.. Lester Rudd made several. an-- Weaver, Mrs. Mary Covington Mrs. : 'y;. ; .


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Pac"'A; TELEGRAP.H November 18. 1t82

Mrs. Agatna Whitehead Senior Citizens

Vn9bib 4ltn' tt -.' .'I.' -#,. ''''''. ..j ', Celebrates 92nd Planning Thank'oivng' L?
'I.l".aI. ", Birthday Nov 14 Dinner Nov. 23 ..i A'. IA I
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rN z ; ::. Mrs. Agatha Whitehead of Lake/ :
', The Bradford
Butler celebrated her 92nd birthda y County Senior
+ 1 1A Sunday Nov. 14, at a covered dish Citizens held a costume' Halloween
luncheon given at the home of her salt/ party at their meeting Oct. 28 at' (he
and dau ter-In-law, Mr. and Mni. jhratt Street Recreation Center. T.
Leslie Whitehead In New River. Walter Richardson won a prize for'..".v
1\\ Mrs. Whitehead's children attending his hobo costume. Marcella Foster SI
were A.B. Whitehead, J.EI won a door prize. A thanksgiving dinJ"t
Whitehead Leslie Whitehead and! ner was planned for the Tuesday,
1b Nina Parrish of Lake Butler, HAzitl a Nov 23 meeting at 12 noon at the club. ?
Raulerson and Helen Klicker CIIr t ,, house. Each member should bring .tad:
wrA f #: Jacksonville, and Ruth Alexander elr( I .covered dish. via I
QWoman's ". Cincinnati, Ohio and their families. Bradford County seniors are invited2
The Whitehead men cooked that to join the club. There will be an elec-u")
ate traditional chicken and rice in a wad I tion of officers the first of the year;*3*

b + s + S. pot in the yard along with fresh strin|{ nominations are in order now. -";_'.'
beans and potatos which went alon|(
Club with the covered dishes of food thiilt h"Housewarmlng
were brought for the happy occasion. 1 P h for .*
Planning. Jour The gift table was centered with II ; Mowry Family *! j
fall floral L. .
Of Homos D.c.12 arrangement and Mm. "
Whitehead received many lovely and Shelley Lee SikesAI Mrs. Rlchardy Mowry of Hampton
useful greeted guests who came to her
gifts. Chapman new
The Starke Woman's Club Is
plann- home between 11 va
Approximately 185 attended belt. a.m. and 2 p.m. 011
ing their annual Tour of Homes and
Christmas tea to be held Sunday Dec. ween the hours 1 and S p.m. .:Shelley; Slkos, Nov. 10. of (11
Following tour
a the home;
12, from 1:30: to 4 p.m. AI Chapman twenty guests enjoyed :c 3
Guests on the Tour will start at the 'The refreshment table socializing.
Tea Honors Engagement AnnouncedMrs. was covered
club house for instructions the
on with lace *
a edged cloth. The
Tour and partake of the Christmas Engaged Couple cake,
Virginia Gaskins Sikes of decorated with white icing held the inscription -crij

tea.First on the Tour will be the newly Miss Shelly Meyer and Drew Barry: Lawtey and Andrew J. Sikes of "Home Sweet Home." n renovated Methodist Church, across were honored at a Tea on Sunday Jacksonville announce the engagement Punch sandwiches nuts and ??;
from the club house. The focal pointas given by: Mr. and Mrs. A.K. Carlisle and approaching marriage of ;I I snacks were also served by the .11..
guests enter the sanctuary is the Col. and Mrs. V.J. Spengler Mr. and their daughter, Shelley Lee to Albert ,hostesses Jo Williamson and Alice'U'I?
huge lighted cross above the altar. In Mrs. J.D. Warren and Dr. and Mrs.' (Al) W. Chapman. Jr., son of Mr. and Faye Waters. niA
the remodeling and redecorating the D.W. Whiffen at the home of the latter' Mrs. A. W. Chapman of Starke. Mrs. Mowry was presented with i ??
sanctuary has been painted new on Mimosa Drive_ The couple are both graduates of lovely useful gifts for her home. :J'A
carpets with matching pew seats; and .. tlBIIt'i.\, t .:\.M'\til.n.ahead Mr. and Mrs.. Carlisle greeted the Bradford High School. Miss Sikes 1a
the beautiful brass chandelaires with guests at the door and presented them graduated in 1982 and is employed by Did You Know..i!idT
meriads of lights which can be raised to the receiving line composed of the Andrews Drug Store. Mr. Chapman !
and lowered to suit the occasion. Agatha Whit honored couple and their parents Mr. graduated in 1980 and is now Mr. and Mrs. George Copeland ni
All the halls. Sunday school rooms and Mrs. George Meyer of West Palm employed by the Reception and visited Mr and Mrs. B.A. Stanley in .1..1!
and meeting rooms have been painted Beach and Mrs. A.J. Barry. Medical Center at Lake Butler. Statesboro, Ga. over the weekend. IIOU!
and the Dr. and Mrs. Whiffen invited the I 0.11c |
Fellowship highlight Hall with its is large the recep-new- Junior Woman's Club guests to the tea table which was!! Did You Know........... : a
tion covered with a Swiss linen cloth Mrs. A.J. Thomas Sr. and Mrs. '\
room and modern kitchen. Making Plans for Dec. edged Miss Michele ,
McNeely of Lakeland
The lovely landscaped property with lace and centered with two W.B. Mundy visited Mrs. G.H. Bennett *?
surrounding the buildings is an asset BIRTHSStacy The Starke Junior Woman's Club three-branch silver candelabras with grandparents spent Thursday to Sunday with her and Mr. and Mrs. Randolph !,.ft
to the block. met Monday Nov. 8, at the Starke white tapers. Silver appointmentswere Thomas. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert. Boree in Jacksonville on Saturday. M
Woman's C..lub.
Each committee used for the refreshments. Mrs.
., '
chairperson reported on planned projects Warren presided at the silver coffee --- .
Dr. Jean Mundy for the coming year. service and Mrs. Spengler poured rr' '. }tw
Events for the near future discussed punch from a silver punch bowl. 09Idw
Given Educators Title Leigh PatersonMr. were catering the UDC Luncheon; The hosts presented the couple witha I'm Grateful
and Mrs. putting a float In the Christmas six lead I ae9n
Dr. Jean Mundy daughter of Mrs. Larry Paterson of crystal wine glasses as a /:
Leila Mundy was installed as Starke announce the birth of a Parade and the Christmas covered memento of the occasion.
President-Elect of the Society of Park daughter Stacey Leigh, born Nov. 8 dish luncheon.A Approximately 75 couples attended For TheOpportunity tiJ"ib;',
and Recreation Educators this past in Alachua General Hospital. She Pampers Party was held after- between the hours of 3 and 5 p.m. stir'
week in Louisville Ky. joins a sister Martha Hope, age 2. wards for expectant mother, Valerie li ,
The Society of Park and Recreation Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Carter. Delicious refreshments were :I;))

Educators a branch of the National Mrs. James Dyal served in the Sunroom by hostesses Did You Know........... To 11111
Recreation and Park Association grandmother is Mrs. T.M. Finny, all Dora Whitehead and Carolyn Autry. Continue
represents some 275 colleges and of Keystone Heights. There will be no regular meeting in Mrs. James M. Blackshear,accom-
universities throughout the United Paternal grandparents are Mr. and December. The covered dish luncheon panied by Miss Lillian Stump and To Serve You bDI
States and Canada. Mrs. Robert Paterson of Starke and will be Friday, Dec. 10. Miss Audrey Carlisle spent from .119.nod
Next month Dr. Mundy will be great-grandmother is Mrs. C. S. Wednesday to Saturday in /
returning to Starke to spend the Bowers of Fort Lauderdale. Fr. Arthur Lee Washington, D.C. attending the National ,h tf? Nov
Christmas holidays with her mother. Salute to Vietnam Veterans, y 'ljWw
Following the holidays Dr. Mundy Speaks on AdventFor dedicated to Vietnam veterans killed / t
will assume again duties as depart- St. Marks or missing in action. Mrs.
ment head of Leisure Services and Crystal Lynn Nichols Blackshear's son, James Guy Commissioner of nail
Studies at Florida State University. Father Arthur Lee Blackshear, was killed in action in Agriculture ;
spoke on Adventat
She has been in California for the past Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nichols of the. .vnAAtinrff_ if__ _Cfr .ftffn.l.._._*w ur ..wnM...... Vietnam in March 1968. .... "
Starke announce the birth of .n .me> v. Q n v. BI ru DY UIIIn En&IIaII, Ca!lip. -. -- fIIIl
and half a --
year a teaching at the on Tuesday
evening, Nov.
9 which
daughter, Crystal born Oct. 25 L"ro
California State
University at Long met in the Parish house. '
in Stand's ,, i i'tfJ!
Teaching Hospital.
Beach and
writing another book on Fr. Lee compared this season with

uses of tim. .. Mrs Maternal:' E' ti grandparents: 'McKinney are and'great"Mr. and ". ,Lent the as it is a time of preparation" ,. ,*. '.' ',_. -...,.. -- -_ ._.__ ... ..._ .. -. _. tti
coming of Christ. & 1'I ;
i 'Mh.M. .. N. grandmother-i Mrs. Ida Jones..aU! of President'Mrs. HcrbeVt* rf t'r' :.:rl !I' Mrs $ ,R", =- ..."...1'rlT.i. I"1.; 1'
sf doaryd06l9dfl!
Starke. ,
Christina CaYrTdoilar) .. .
Paternal grandparents are Mr. and presided overthe-meeting-Ttnd'Mrs' : 11Jo j I,.. .1..11'". oj 1 (UfUI 1111
John Tatum Mrs. Don Shaw of Starke. Flossie Prescott gave the worship' xr; "1:1::
program. Final plans were made for
To Wed Dec. 3 the Arts and Crafts Festival which i -y

Miss Christina Sue Cashdollar and was held Saturday,Nov. 13. Mrs. Ken- .
John Wade Tatum will be united in neth Grider reported on the last S ,t 10s

marriage Friday, Dec. 3, at 7:30 p.m. The Elbert Nettles vestry meeting.A .
at Grace United Methodist Church in To Celebrate25th social hour followed with
Lawtey with refreshments being served.
a reception following at ; '
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Tom AnniversaryMr. 11ICa(\
Tatum Jr.
All friends and relatives are invited and Mrs. Daniel Elbert Nettles REWARDs50000 01
to attend. cordially Invite you to a reception ,,!4r
honoring their 25th wedding anniversary "F r, I ab>rc
on Sunday Nov. 28, from 3 to 5 : ,1Jt .19Jdguab
Miss Ella Hall p.m. at their home on SR 235 (Lester I w+ -tM ..OllIsH

Shower Honor* Johns please.Road" ). They request "no gifts In the conviction or ar T 1 ,11110! bna r'(UniBl 2'1"bnJla has

rest of the .. aamnsOr .3.t.
Miss Ella Hall, fiancee of Dale person or persons /II. 1M ,ssSbMI

Haas, was honored at a bridal shower Methodists Holding who took ceiling 4 I I: 1M t [ .1sJIniW!
Thursday night,Nov. 11 given Mrs. '
by Calico bna ,1M ,namwoS.aa
A.Russell Norman.Mrs.Neil Tucker Country BazaarThe fans on October 3 from is lddoR .nM bnsb
Mrs. S.L. Peek, Jr. and Mrs. Frank
Mitchell at the home of the latter in ladies of the First United Olin's Mobile Homes ,, .
1 Green Acres. Methodist Church are holding their Sales. f Manew) now :rcl." av9N ..MMJ3
Corsages were presented to the annual Calico Country Bazaar today, i. ", d e JI'Jld la nwtala sbem
honoree, her mother Mrs. Fernie Thursday, Nov. 18, from 7 a.m. to 4 w ,: ? '1 .t!p nod t; is edt boss '(sbiuJsa
Moody and mother of the prospective p.m.Featured Wd t-Wi h '.1 (aft .t? 10 11sb11d7.as19q :
groom, Mrs. W.S. Haas. will be pantry items baked Contact 5 ome .2 msi1GW
After games were played and prizes and goods used door prizes, white elephant i .: .
awarded the sale Christmas Mark Olin '
guests were invited Into gifts .
the sunporch for refreshments. The and craft items. If i t.n :,atttU! oaf ;nM
refreshment table was covered with a There will be a chili-soup luncheon P.O. Box 27 '',: you're building or buying a new house, the wisest, ,"n.m )t) '(,h'm10. !
yellow linen cloth and centered with from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Free coffee 7 Starke : ; move you can make is into a WatMVTse home. .h. ; 1aG, 89hetf.) nM
an arrangement of fall flowers. a.m. to 10 a.m. t; "I ; it's Because '1i t.. :4..t1. '1J (4nbltl
The hostesses presented the or :}., t ,:'l.. I constructed with a combination of energy-saving ,) 1-01 ,' seT

honoree with a dinner plate in her Did You Know.......,... I features that meet FPU; standards aMtl'T, 'r 'Jala
so you can '. saw
chosen china Call save
pattern as a memento( on the Yr.
cost of
the occasion. Miss Anita Green of Fernandina 964.5606 electricity every month, every year. Just '
Approximately 50 guests were in- Beach was home for the weekend. how muclh: you save will depend :'t:1: A
vited to on your lifestyle and .
attend. '
a. ,. .k" x ;t;
4 I conservation efforts.Among '''', : "
K ,', .. lot'1/
; .1l''y.if"; ,.
Josephine Cumber many cost-saving options of .J. ., !\it/Ii: tC u
a /
.. t I. KEYSTONE \VattWise; home .t .:.':';': ,Z-,. '!
Honored at Party HEIGHTS are: extra ceiling and wall insulation '
( solar t t ;i tr ;:.- '
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or heat-recovery '
j Friday night, Nov. 12, Josephine units for water heating and '
Cumber was honored at a birthday CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC r ,,, high-efficiency air conditioner heat a ,;' 1'; iA
: or '
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1\\ party given at the home of Mrs Y Otheir' pump ,;. ; .Jlffi.,
Lester Humphries. easily included '\ irtH
savers are fluorescent .
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Decorated ,: .
birthday cake coffee lighting tat
I microwave _
oven and '
and snacks SPEOAUZMG M thermally efficient 'J
were served to the group CMROPRACT1C CARE '
of friends attending !, windows iind doors to minimize heat build-up. ',. ,: :: M
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new WattWlSe home will not only help .n::;
t hold you ". : ft#
Duplicate Bridge BACK PAIN.BACKACHE. -. WHIPLASH ". : down the cost of electricity but it will help reduce ': ';:1-t! ft n
Club Results ( ., FPLs dept>ndence '
: NECK PAINSHOUIOC ) (AUTO INJURIES) I "1 \, on costly oil; which will. benefit ',:''i: ,;1 :;r: i.t' :7: m
PAIN ,' ,
Charlie Riddle and Jack PAIN \ \! .';..", / f :
Burnette of IN ARMS OK HANDS : I > :.1; "I
Lake City were the winning HEADACHESMKMAINE Encouraging the construction of Ii
couple atfree ON THS JOB energy-efficient ,
INJURIES a,1fr.1i11 ,1
I Duplicate Bridge Tuesday night ( ) WORKERS COMP r; homes to!ave you money 1 i L
where there were tt / J, I isanotherwaYwe'rewoddng -
tables in s \ ':
Rhea Johnson and Lora Francis play. i[ n d at> be tog the kind of t i r .
Keystone Heights were second.J of PAIN OK NUMBNESS IN LEGS I power company you want. fc .r::_ !

The club plays ... :
every Tuesday night Ask IMa "
.at 7:30 at the MOSTINSURANCE, PLANS JDII4erahoutcat1fJed'Watt-Wbe I'
p.m. Starke Woman's PAY ', < .
:,Club ited to and attend.all bridge' players are in- CHIROPRACTIC SERVICES WHICH ARE ACCEPTED. .:., : ;,...f.,'...? 'r uTr
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fIr I Hampton Hilites ---,._.-taellsrtrapa41'estol...... I. :a ,o0ttal wOr......ct-. C.-.c.-c.-c.. ...........- ......- = ...raos

The girls were treated to PTA Meeting spected with only minor adjustments
By Dolores Meng Family Travels LeCanto and some close friends Mrs. Inger made. It is that this
The Wadsworth refreshments at McDonalds by their Campen, president, to be hoped
1 ,.. Phone 488191SH with other Jerry''members of family the Ghost along came the celebration.between 3 and 5 p.m. to Join in leaders, Betsy Hersey and Linda presided at the meeting of the PTA building can be inhabited by Nov.%,
. Senior Citizens held
" Rider Band Fisher. Nov. 11 at the school. Profits of Mr. Clark said.
T The Hampton Senior Citizens Club spent from Wednesday Nov. 12-Sid Russell was 12; Nov. National Honor the Oct. 30 Halloween Carnival were Cindee Lawrence's kindergarten
cti-.7: will hold their.meeting Friday, Nov. There until Sunday in Blackshear, Ga. 13-Glenn Friese. was 10 and Brian Miss Loris Snow has Society been acceptedin given as$1,900. class won the room count. This class
f ,91 18, at :2 p.m in the City Hall. All interested Jackson\they of were guests of Shot Davis was 11. Nov.14-Amy Home was the National Honor Society at Brad- Some of this profit is to be spent for also served the delicious
rssl are invited to attend.llouiewarmlng Nashville Tenn. 9, Stacey Rhoden was 11, and Daren ford High School. these items: updated film strips, refreshments at the close of the
On Nov. 7 the Lone a junior, is
Wadsworth Whitehead
family was IS: Nov. 16-Lillian overhead is
and PTA
The next meeting
celebrated the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tim opaque meeting.
the Hank Williams Jr. Hall
concert and Donald
;T The Richard Mowry family record .
were Crews. A 3.5 grade Is players, library card file, scheduled for Dec. 2.Thanksgiving
,:nod honored\ with a housewarming party Gainesville. Jody was Invited onHank's McWilliams was 8; Nov. 17-Laurie for average playground equipment and emergency Holidays .
necessary into the
..vitfa/ given at their new home on Nov. 10. bus to visit with him. Jody Whitehead was 13 and Randall Honor Society. acceptance classroom needs. In addition the Thursday and Friday, Nov. 23 and
Some twenty guests were given a presented Hank with sign that Hank Gllsson was 14.Girl Visitors PTA sponsors four local Girl Scout 26 have been set aside as Thanksgiving -
: tour of the .home and enjoyed plans to have mounted on his road Scout Mr. and Mrs. Wildon Stinson of troops, gives $10 for highest room holidays-no school for students or
u.b1 crew bus. On Oct. 27 Brownie
refreshment served by the Troop 161 plac- count at PTA
Montverde spent Saturday with their meetings and helps pay teachers that weekendl!
--'fl(I Ik hostesses Alice Faye Waters and Jo Birthdays ed Water Conservation stickers in the transportation costs for the 6th and
daughter and Mr. and
family, Mrs.
L'.7G'A Williamson.An Mindy Hersey enjoyed her 12th bir- Sleepy Hollow Motel in Starke. 7th grade field trip. "
extra bonus following the party thday celebration on Sunday Nov. 14, Water'conservation is one of the Martin Meng Amanda and Joshua. Principal Connie Clark announcedthat
with a decorated cake and coke main themes for all Girl
Scouts this
was a concert given by the many partyat the new building has been In-
:3VJf.T beautiful parakeets and cockateels her home. Relatives from Ocala year.

...'...". "."**,!".g ra feed t"J*" .HJtw.... A.AV.HjffAtimr...J. .

1I\7 Oupllcai'e"Brldge Club re elY URCHOICE ORMOR IEAGLE'' Thursday on sale ',

To ,Pay| for Kidney WItH pYA AYI n Friday &

clerf FoundationArea Saturdaylpr

A bridge players will Join
!) thousands of others throughout North
,i'A America on Tuesday Nov. 23, in a
.103ft competition to benefit the National u ',
.IiJl Kidney Foundation., The Duplicate
tty! Bridge Club an affiliate of the
)tA American Contract Bridge League is til
a sponsoring a section of the Fall
uar ACBL-Wide Charity Game with play
: starting at 7:30 p.m., Woman's Club.
! This competition is truly unique
}-d!, 1 because every player in every game
>ra in every city will play the exact same I' I
fait! hands under near identical condi- 'if11! 49/o
'0!, tions. Only one winner will emerge to If l

VllJ the pair on the with computer the best dealt percentage1score hands. I' =j? ; ;

I Jack Burnett Charity Chairmanfor I .
-rolol the club says the public is invited I!
to particiapate in the local game. Lr :
olH 7eMp
: Prizes will be presented to the ACBL- e: ; .
i iil Wide winners as well as the victors in. f
;sa each of the twenty-five Districts #' irf Snooze. MEN'S LEVI'S
.j..JIO'l within ACBL. Additionally, Master '
Points will be awarded to all those WESTERN SHIRTSShort
dw who finish well in each and '
every t sleeve*, assorted plaids
:rmi game. These Master Points are a a JT1I Two front pockets. S, M. L,XL.
" method of ranking duplicate bride _
'" players on an international s e 2.00'.saveUPt9260o
'1' Proceeds from the game will be -
lib distributed through the American ,
' Contract Bridge League Charity -
,' Foundation to the National Kidney 13
Foundation. rnis save 3.05 save 6.05 WERE IS.8a
i 31a Local chapters of the National
. [ Kidney Foundation in the home area 35Mlnl" 97 MEN'S DENIM
10 of the winner's playing location will 988 1583 2383 .88
',3dov benefit directly from a special grant Light Set I WAS 2.67 LEVI'S JEANSMultlcolor t ,

' voted by the ACBL Charity Founda- or clear. LED AM/FM 65 J cotton/35% polyester In
nit tion Trustees: to be given in the namesof 4 FT. SCOTCH Jumbo RADIO boot leg 5-oocket style. 28.38.'f L ,
10 the winners. A donation of $1,000 PINE TREE 26" Gift IP AMFMTV1TV2WB.CLOCK ? r
9 9.
'i I* will be made In the name of the national Flame resistant moldWrap Telescopic antenna.TOYLAND Wake to music or alarm. a
Oil winner with a $750 donation in ed plastic. Stand Inc. 30 sq. It, I
'rf) the name of the runners-up and a$500 WAS 1.27 "
sfcit donation for third place. A$250 donation OPEN! OVER 500 NEW TOYS! .f
will be made in the names of each -
!lo of the remaining U.S. pain who win in. ;;
ill their districts.
, Committee chairmen participating \ 'I 4:1-: [ '
i in planning the Club charity game 696.
:niI are: Lucile Payne Myldred Cuttino, --
E. '
ratUll. 141Y
Rhea Johnson Maigh'e Thomson. eve "... 'u li

For further information, call EMPIfIIi 'ft:.._.. .. wa DISCOUNT PRICELADIES'
':i Evelyn Griffin, 964-7806, or Ida Shaw, I' 'r LEVI'SV
,"0} 964-7152.
,, "" Comfort Dolman sleeve
,, -II,
-> .. .,r- Assorted colors. S-L.
... as
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Among those attending the weddingof -
Kathleen McGriff to Robert Barber YOURI I I s ve.2.00'
: Saturday night at the Church of God :t
.tfIt. in Gainesville were: Mrs. G.J. CHOICE ::
McGriff, Sr., Mrs. R.A. Green Sr., 4488 988 97 CHOICE97 1 $ 494 1288
,. Judge and Mrs. R.A.. Green, Jr., ... DISCOUNT WERE WAS
;b daughter,Melanie and son,Lex John PRICE PRICE UP TO 3.97 12.88 PRICE
H Hancock Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Green!'
and family Julie LewJiuMi'S. Curtis

' J.E. Denmark, Mri and Mrs. Julian Pedal driven with Firebird or Corvette 16"tall animals Doll play toys or Leather-look. Nylon Short sleeves, open Elastic waist poly/
't.M McRae, Mr. and Mrs.']Warren Formula I racer look. ,cars have 3-functlons. or steel truck. piano with eight keys. lining. S. M. L, XL. placket collar. S-XL cotton twill. 715.

'II Winkler, Mr. and Mrs.. Luther
::8 Bowman Mr. and Mrs.M.H Valinski HOLIDAY TABLE AND COOKWARE! ---I CANNON

18 and Mrs. Bobby Biggs. J.O. Durand BrvY d r ., .... .
Giese IA 1 "' 7
French 4i PEC .
Mrs. Neva Flynn won the handmade -* !, Afnn .e .". < '0< '
n afghan at St. Mark's bazaar on
,a Saturday and the afghan given by the F4
children of St. Ma k's was won by FiJ.
13N William S. Peters. j *. \ ,
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Efefc* < NAc1
Mrs. Lee Akridg of Lake Butler, l\ ,

:.1d formerly of Starke, and daughter of ,'--. i i\ .. "' .. ""'.
Mrs. Charles Darby, underwent a Anchor -- "

.1f JIr kidnuy Teaching transplant Hospital on Tuesday.In Shand's Her / O Hocking save 110/0 $ave 2.()(} Health & Beauty! s'aveUPt. 49o sav UI1700:\ save"p-, 1601683 /

,I.Y I.a sister Phyllis Noble of Jacksonvillewas CANNON SOLID
the donor.Attending Jergens Afrln Nasal 247 197
488 488 488 Lotion, 15 o%. 239 Spray 2.14..1 49 BATH ENSEMBLE
the "Sound of Music" 5.49 .88 WAS 3.22......... WAS MEN'S BOYS' BATH TOWEL 333
Suave Balsam WERE 2.97 WERE 2.27 WAS 3.77
., musical at the Alhambra dinner
a Protein Anacln Tab
r theatre In Jacksonville on Saturdaywere $n.mpoo" lets Bottle MEN'S. BOYS' HAND TOWEL
Y : Mr. and Mrs. Harry Fertig. DINNERWARE SET ROASTER PAN SKILLET SET Conditioner. of.100, 17 3 PK. TUBE SOCKS yy, g 2,77 233
Doris Sandberg. Lillian Allen Mable Service for 4. Plates Etched glass design. 22 to 25 lb.capacity ISW',a"a 10.,."*.. 18 oz. 29 ......2 White w/strlpes. Men's
JJ Sanders, Marcella Foster, Maxine bowls cups, saucers. Includes glass tray.. Foil Roaster,WAS 1.47..1.27 for your cooking needs WERE 1.86........ WAS 2.59." 10-13; boys', 811.' WASH CLOTH 177
Gibson Gertrude Boyd Gertrude DISCOUNT PRICE

of Wentz, Carole Stevenson, Hazel
Richards, Lena Robertson Minnie I
.1d Coss,Lillie Bridges,Sylvia Kroll Ada r
Holtt and Betty Tennant. I

Vickie Carver, daughter of Mr. and .
... Mrs. J.T. Carver, and Dirk Schmidt,
son of Mr.;and Mrs. John G. Schmidt
i have been selected by audition for the i % I.
Florida Southern College Chorale. 33
fr f.i The 45 member group sings annuallyin ( ... '
. churches: all over the state 99*\ ,99"" arEAII

Mrs. ,L.T. Young Mrs. Frank teAQ -
{ Brown Mrs. W.H. Thomson Mrs. +' $ AICE12.OURRENrAL
John Griffin and Mrs. ;J.M. save 1.00 save 2 00 save 1.00 8 BTt :
i Blackshear of the Starke Woman's tUAV'f fc .... A s"-' OoBA'tU
) Club are attending the FFWC Presldent' -; AC n"n or. :'9
:) Council today. Thursday, at: 866 1288. 1097 288 c C or
I Fernandina: Beach. :=!:Pia. :i4.sa 11.97 : eted, OZ.St. Nr 3.29

Mrs.. Ron Kelly and children of: $,h.todt twaWt. >r 1 4-PC.VINYL MEN' DRES8LOAFERS MEN'S NAVY. TERRY SCUFF. 1 Z.AEAosO'-: : 3..29

Tampa spent the weekend with her CAR MAT SET STYLE OXFORD FOR WOMEN .S otLltrer 2.
l'I 39
mother, Mrs. Jack Trawick. Rugoad leather-look Lesttnar-Mce lnyl upBtack vtayt upper,ex- CushIon terry wedge
l'f : \ ,In Gotora or clear.. pan,elastic gore. 712. tra thick Drape...712..embroWermd vamp,6-10. It ...
I Mrs. Judy Robinson and children of
I Boxboro. 'Mass were Thursday to

)), ,Saturday-' Usjef-lr u------T guests of Mr.and Mrs. AI K. When it I comes to price we don't 1 kid around i !

Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Dy I.Jr. and
to ... ..... .. ,
I family of Baxley Ga. were Friday ".. L .. '
Sunday visitors of Mr.. and Mrs.Dyal. ,ConvenientLocations' \ r, fir I 1 i.j-it I
. ;229 ,. .LAY4-WAY CMstom N tires I It .aa I Il'

sr.Res. and Mrs. James. Land attended : 'to s rv. youl Illr p_facts Ok/f/1. i jv ; Caf- _44-7913- -- w Starker, "> u 312Ma4haM._ j

. a preachers convention In Winter S 1

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; Tornadoes Overcome, Rams 14-13 in 2 OT's

Eastside's own sophomore kicker y ,
Last against .
Friday night't game
Gainesville Eastside r Lad Toser calmly split the uprights 1. J
district-leading Bradford to tie the score with 3:41: left in the
must have been a game ,
High's the Tornadoes beginning were the meant Tornadoes to win.At Bradford responded with a last Y I. i' a sal

drive of its own. Watkins juked
turned the ball over to the Rams 3 of
the first 4 times they had the ball in free for 35 yards and then went 8 to

Tornado territory. At the end BUS the Ram 41. Russell swept left on a
placekicker John David Francis motion pitch for 13 yards and Watkins
gained 4 to the 23 to er the
missed two kicks that are BUS
;, chip shots for him- a 37 yard field i11T 100-yard rushing mark. playedfor
from 20 yardsout ,. ,.. the field goal from there settling K
goal and an extra point r-- --- --'-'-- d'
that both could have won the for a 2-yard run up the. middle by v r i1c .
Brad Russell Dale Buchanon ? c
Watkins on a 3rd and 5 to set Francis a c
for a 37 yard try in the last minute.
Tornado defense up
in between the
Tornadoes of the Week
line stands The kick was wide though and
came up with crucial goal .
and harrassed Eastside's elusive Sharing Tornado of the Week honors this week are two players that had overtime was on. :

quarterback Felton Sallet like a pack very key roles on both sides of the ball in the big win over Eastside last Fri Eastide took the ball first and the ._ .,.'.
BUS defense did the job pushing the
of wild dogs. The BHS offense didn'tturn .. .
the ball over again and came up day.Senior tackle Dale Buchanon applied constant pressure to the Eastside Rams back to the 12 and forcing a 29 :

with big plays when they were needed backfield to lead the Tornado defensive effort and did it while having to go all' yard field goal try by Toser.The kick ',.4.. .
the of which was a 3rd and well. When Cribbs was off 1 left ard BUS had its chance \
biggest but the first play of the game on offense as guard Wayne '
12 touchdown pass from Robert was hurt on the first play from scrimmage Buchanon was rushed in to of- for victory. ". : .;;1
Hurse sent the field goal unit on Immediately
Carver to Brad Russell in the last of fense. '

two overtime periods to pull BHS And junior Brad Russell played defense well enough to share back of the disdaining a'chance for a
back into 13-13 tie. after called after another touchdown or to get closer. "I don't
a week honors. But it was his offensive play being on _
That clutch score gave Francis a early injury to Oliver Tyson that really helped BUS Russell scored both Tor- second-guess myself on that at all

3rd chance and the sophomore kicker nado TD's from his wingback post one on the ground and one on a pass and he said Monday. "I just did not wantto _. _w ...... .. ,_ -L "
didn't fail a partially blocked take a chance that we could fumble '
getting totaled 58 yards while touching the ball 9 times.
extra point through the uprights to and not get the opportunity to win it Defensive coach Mike Sexton had a lot to say to his ball-chasers during the

give the Tornadoes a 14-13 victory with a field goal: game last Friday and I lot to say about them afterwards. ,
their 3rd of the year against 6 losses was Intercepted by linebacker Melvin With 4 minutes to go in the half But Francis' try was shanked off Sexton praised the defensive show in the 14-13 win over the Rams as being ;j

heading into the season finale at home Randalls. Eastside snapped a punt hike: over right necessitating another OT "a real good team effort."

versus Middleburg Friday. As proud defensive coordinatorMike kicker Stacy Calhoun's head and Bennett period.
Sexton shouted to nobody in par- chased the punter down for a 26 This time the Rams scored with

For BUS especially a defense ticular after the Tornadoes decked yard loss all the way to the Ram 11. tailback Harold Miles slicing in from Win""It
which continually weathered the Sallett twice for losses of 6 and 4 From there BItS took just one playto the 10 on the first play to put the Rams Coaches Call it a "Team

storm the effort was nothing short of yards on 3rd and 4th down plays late take the lead. Carver pitched under up 137., But again Toser missed his

monumental.The In the first half "we're not giving him the faking fullback to Russell'who kick as the holder didn't get the ball was a team victory all the way tackler with 12 total stops and addedan

Tornadoes held the Rams to on- any time to throw... we're stunting was In motion left, and the speedy down. and a tremendous victory for us, Interception. .
ly 108 yards rushing. As secondary like the devil and he's just not gettingany wingback broke 2 tackles and dove into With their work cut out for them the BHS head coach David Hurse said of Defensive coordinator Mike Sexton.

coach Mike Hartley had said during time to get that thing off." the endzone for an 11-yard TD run. Tornadoes pushed their backs further the Tornadoes doubleovertimethriller said the effort by his group was just;

the week of preparation, "they'll Early Dale Buchanon Billy Francis toed the conversion and .against-the wall with an incomplete chiller win over Eastside last that a group effort., .

come out and try to run the ball down Rehburg, Randy Davis John Ben- Bradford was up 7-0 with 3:57 in thr ss and an illegal prowarty Friday in Starkel a victory that set off "The key was the pressure" he

our throats if they Cu neil, auu Handalls all had a hand in at .. ? .. that made it 2nd and another midfield post-game celebra- noted. "We sacked the quarterback 3

They could not. Eastside averagedjust least one of the sacks,with Buchanon:: half.The defensive pressure continued in goal from the 15. Carver scrambledfor tion among BHS players fans and times and 3 or 4 other times they slipped -.

over 2'/4 yards per carry. leading the way in the pressure the second half for the Tornadoes 3 yards to the 12. On the climactic3rd coaches. down with us chasing them. When

department.And even after a blocked punt gave the and 12 play Carver dropped back The win spoiled Eastide's chances they did throw the ball they weren't'
The "they' Hartly predicted Rams the ball at the Tornado Ran and cooly laid the balls in the arms of for a district title but that wasn't the that successful (completing just 4 of
would be, just start putting it while the defense forced Ram thwarted that Russell who a drag route
dolls interception ran across big motivating factor for the Tor- 13)). And Eastside had been throwing g
up in the air. mistakes the BUS offense led by Eastside the field from the wingback slot and "
oppurtunity. nadoes Hurse said. "I don't even the ball well all year long.
That didn't work either. Ram QB'sFelton 109-yard rusher Emmett Watkins was wide open for the tieing TD. think the district entered their mind. Randalls and Buchanon snared the

Sallett and Roger Newton hit and 2-TD scorer Russell took advan- Finally, late in the 4th quarter "It was the same play that They just wanted to win it for defensive lineman award for the

on just 4 of 13 passes and it was the tage. Eastside put together its only scoring Buchholz used to score against us." themselves." game but Sexton praised noseguard

ones they never threw that hurt BHS kept the Rams out of the end- drive. The Rams moved 59 yards for Hurse explained. "The tight end went The Tornadoes had to overcome the Kenny Wright for playing "probablyhis

Eastside's chances the most. 6 times zone following the 3 early BUS turnovers the tieing score. New quarterback straight down the field to drive the quick absence of two both-way best ballgame all year." ends

the Eastside passers were chased (two fumbled pitchouts and an Newton twice scrambled free and hit safety off and Brad came in starters when Oliver Tyson and Randy Davis and John Bennett and
down In the backfield for losses interception) one time when
total- "
Sallet for passes covering 14 and 28 underneath and was open. Wayne Cribbs went down with nearly linebacker Billy Rehburg.
ing 26 On another occasion Rehburg grabbed a loose Ram fumble
yards. yards and then ran away from And the placekicking principles of Identical knee ligament injuries in thegame' Secondary coach Mike Hartley also
Sallett threw out of the grasp of BHS for his 4th recovery of the season in 4 backfield pressure and broke 3 holder Watkins and
snapper Bennett opening minutes, was proud saying his group put forth
sophomore tackle Mike Early and games. tackles enroute to a 17 yard TD run. kicker Francis came through "We had to change our game plan its best overall effort of the year.

completely because that caused us to He named Brad Russell and Eric: r

. Final Varsity Game is Friday Versus Middleburg move Emmett (Watkins) to Lane as co-players of the week in the '
fullback" Hurse said. "But Eric backfield saying both played steadythe

,Lane moved to halfback Brad whole way. "With their quickness ;

After stopping a 4-game losing The Tornadoes will have to overcome had broken the rule at any time One boostwiltbe; .,the, .return of Russell came in at wingback and the' and the experience they've gotten this'
streak with double-overtime win the absence of injured 2way'starters ing'the season. As of Tuesday'nigh senior tackle Steve Spell from: Injury. sweep was a real"good play for us with year both of those"guys are going to be'-

over Gainesville Eastside last week Oliver' Tyson and Wayne'' that had led to the removal of just the. He may see action both ways Friday. those two guys. tough next year. 1\
the Tornado football team now 3-6, Cribbs plus the loss of three more 3 additional players. Also Robert Bellamy one of the JV Senior Dale Buchanon moved over Coach Dick Russell's offensive :

will be trying to close out the 1982 starters dismissed from the team for "We're Just going to have to go with players who moved up after the 10th to play Cribb's guard slot as well as lineman of the week honor was sharedby

season with a 4th victory (against 6 breaking athletic department rules. 6 what we've got and do the best we grade season was over, and Keith tackle and went all the way but one Nathaniel Coley and Melvin Ran

losses) when it hosts Middleburg's players were dismissed three weeks can" BUS head coach David Hursesaid Kehoe a freshman brought up play both ways. Hurse was especially dalls two players who had

Broncos for an 8 p.m. game here Fri- ago after being caught drinking after moving players around to are working at cornerback. pleased with Buchanon's defensive ef- ty much playing strictly dense \

day night Nov 19. alchohol at a local restaurant and at a fill in the holes at Tuesday afternoon's Other JV's who now may have to fort."Dale before playing being thrust into two- ti
The Broncos enter the game with a school board meeting Monday night practice. "We've still got some solid figure in playing time include Barry did a super job. He pressuredtheir way roles. They along with fast-

5-4 mark after losing to Macclenny (see front page article) it was decidedto people In the positions that were af ,Warren at defensive end and Clint quarterbacks and backs all improving sophomore tackle Donald
13.10 in the final minutes last week. also dismiss any other players who fected." Hutcheson at tackle. night. Dale chased 'em back inside Thornton center Tom Johnson tight
and old Melvin (Randalls) got 'em." end Davis and Buchanon at guard

. Randalls ended up as the leading sprung; Watkins loosetarsaa

I Legal Notices ._ j
tom/fat ss11a1t-.. -.apatt4ll0I 1Ifa p rr c NIIII Ii S 00_sactxfua/f fiected. Otalsaerrn..-isLowering ..

.......... '
Attorneys for NITURE INDUSTRIES OF and J. R. KELLY VallO County Courthouse, signed to Puritan The City of Starke

Personal Representative FLORIDA INC. hereby known a* JAMES R. KELLY Stark., Florida 32O9I. Chemical Co.. Weil Palm will not be responsiblefor
IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF Post Office Drow.r 40 give notke that It Intends et.at.,are the defendant Th. name and address of Beach, Flo.! one lot of the failure of the

THE EIGHTH Stark., Florida 32091 to register with the *. I will sell to the the Personal' Representative disposable cylinder United States mall or

JUDICIAL CIRCUITIN Telephone' : 904-964-8272 Clerk of the Circuit Court highest and best bidder and of the Personal refrigerants, consignedto private courier or

AND FOR By for Bradford County for cash at the East front Representative's, CES Refrigeration messenger to deliver .

BRADFORD COUNTY James L. Tomlmson Florida the flctltlou door of the Bradford attorney are set forth Jupiter, Fla.: on. lot of Proposal to the City Interest Rates

PROBATE DIVISION FLORIDA /21chg 11/18 name of BRADFORD FUR County Courthouse InStork. below.All plastic articles, consigned Council Chambers by the May Trigger Escalation-Buy Wisely, .,

CASE NO. 82.87.CP NOTICEOF NITURE INDUSTRIES and ., Florida at 11:00: Interested persons to Debra Williams Bid closing time and Buy Now I
INTENTIONTO to engage In business a.m. on December 16, are required to file Jacksonville, Flat: and dote.

((1-3434)) REGISTER und.r that fictitious 1982. the following with the court WITHIN one lot of (swing Plans Specifications lovely Brick 3/2 In Dalewood .. .....!... ....SM.SOO

FICTITIOUS NAME nom. with a principal described property set THREE MONTHS FROM machine cabinet, consigned and other Contract Pool home In town-I bedrooms.. ,,. .*,...,, I.$46.008
IN RE: place of business locatedat forth In me order of final THE DATE OF THE FIRST to Palo Pala Sir*., Docum.nt. are on file Large 2 BR block home In town.".... .... ..,$32.000 r
Th. Estate of NOTICE IS HEREBY Highway 301 North lodgement PUBLICATION OF THIS Ft. My.,.. Fla. to satisfy and may be examined at Super nice mobile home an 1/2 manicured

MARY. ALIEN.Deceosed.. GIVEN. Thot the undersigned Stark. Florida 32091. Lot 17 of lake Bedford NOTICE: ((1)) All claims freight and storage the office of the City ocr. .. . <... ... .... .. ... .. ..$22.tOO.
und.r the provisions < of Section 865.09 INDUSTRIES INC. Plat thereof recorded in ((2)) any objection by an of Section 4b) of and at the office of ...- 3 bedroom, 2 bath screen. porch. Rest Cell

NOTICEOF Florida Statutes, will BY: Plot look 2 at Page 59 of Interested person to Uniform Standard till of .ent. Hammock BRuckmon *,'..,. .. .. <.. .. .-.M. ... v0.9CO
ADMINISTRATION register with the Clerk of Morris B.William. the public record of whom notice wo mailed Lading.GATORFREIGHTWAYS. Inc., Consulting

Th. the Circuit Court In and President Bradford County that challenge the and Design I W.
odmlnittrotionof for Bradford County, Florida; being and lyingIn validity of the will the INC. Engineer. 2000 Corporate Neighborhood
the Estate of MARY M. DUDLEY. ,..... .
Florida, upon receipt of HARDY. Bradford County, qualification of the per.onal Carrier Square Properties Inc. 2I
ALLEN Deceased. Fit. ,
By: John H.Jones Florida. I
proof of publication of representative 11182tchg)123ADVERTISEMENT) Boulevard Jacksonville,
No. 82 87-CP ((1-3434)). is this notice, the following Esquire Dated this 12th day venue, or jurisdiction of Florida, 32216. Plan and Realtors IDASae..mgpge aa.osssar.a .
pending, in the Circuit P.O. Drawer'03OStar. of November 1982. the ( Cl B2C
fictitious name, to-wit: Court. Specification may be ((904)) 964-5231 miry2l .
Court for Bradford County B l t m
Probate Division YOUN'I RECORDS under .... Florida 32091 GILBERT$. BROWN ALL CLAIMS AND FORBIDS purchased from .....nt. Squat Houun*Cwpomlon Oppo>tun Y<2> j
which I am (w. or.) ((904))964-5701 CLERK ,OBJECTIONS NOT SO Hammock a Ruckmon, -
Notice I.I
the address of hereby given
engaged in business at Attorney for By: Marian McRae FILED WILL BE FOREVER that the of Storke.Florida Inc., for the following
which i I. Bradford County Regl.tront1I84"hg City -
P. O. Box D.pvtyClerkPrepared BARRED.
390. Lowtey. will receive .um.:
Courthouse. Post Off ic.Draw.r .
Fl. 32038. That the 12/09 Dot. of the first Plan $30.00Specfficatlons
sealed bid In
B. Stark,
Florida 32091 The names) of the persons) -. by>> and r.turn publication of this Notice the City Council FLORILAND REALTY
Interested the IN THE CIRCUIT to: of Administration $3000
solely In
of the Chamber, City Hall.
names personal
representative and the said business I I. (or.) a* COURT. EIGHTH JOHN H.JONES November 18, 19.2.FREDERICK Stork. Florida. 32O91. Individual Plan 964-7700:
follows JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. Esquireof MACK Sheet $2.00 each
until 7:00 o'clock the
personal r.pr.s.ntative's Dudley. Hardy P.A. Personal : on 393 N. Temple Av.
AIMEE SHEDDAN. IN AND FOR Representative 21st day of December All monies are non- Stark
attorney or. set BRADFORD P. O. Drawer 1030 Vernie P. Odom .
forth below. TOM SHEDDAN COUNTY. 1982, for the construction refundable. Broker GRI
All Interested Interlachen. Florida. FLORIDA. Stark. Florida 32091 DUDLEY P.HARDY, P.A. of the Sewerage Any Contract or Contract J. D. Odom Jr. Associate 964-3476. Eve.
file November 3. 1982. CASE NO.82-399, Attorney for Plaintiff P.0. Drawer 1030' System Improvement awarded under I
or. required to
with this WITHING 11/11 4tpd 12/02 1I/112tchg 11/25 Starke. Florida 32091 Then, all bid will be this Advertisement forBids I
court J. D.ODOM Attorney for are expected to be "17 Plu. re.0reded HJ.seclw.ed..$ ..per acre.
THREE MONTHS OF THE publicly opened, read
"1'A, Ac. .1.. .
0/k/aJ.D.ODOM.JR -- Personal let-Country Club. eree. SUM.U .
FIRST PUBLICATION OF INVITATION TO BID bpr.s.ntotive(904)964S7ol aloud and recorded. funded In part by a grant
Th.City of Hampton I and ( ) The from the U.S. Envlronmental 'APPROXIMATELYavailable. Acre U City. Financing
THIS NOTICE: ((1)) all Sewerage System
VERNIE PHILLIPS OOOM. COURT. 11/18 2tchg 11/23
now accepting bid from "rot.cllon'Ag.nc
claim the Improvement a*
against estate his EIGHTH JUDICIAL BUILDING LOT en Pratt St.100ai1"
licensed electrician' to wife ,. Neither the
the described
and ((2)) objection plan
ort interested any by to rewire the City Hall. Plaintiff. CIRCUIT. NOTICE In these Specification : United State nor any of. FOR GRACIOUS LIVING One ol SrerW I........ ;
person home
VS IN AND FOR No. Walnut St.
Bid mull be received IBS department,
4 whom notic. mailed Include but not
was are .
7 J.R. KELLY BRADFORD COUNTY. cies, ogen-I CONCRETE BLOCK S bed....2 bath,well bvflt alder
that chollege the validity by p.m. Dec. 14, 1982 NOTICE .to hereby limited to, modification or employees I iiaffia.
Hoc atca
of the will, the and will be opened at a/k/a JAMES ft. KELLY FLORIDA given that on Monday to the City of Starke will be e party yard "
qualification" of the this time. Bid may be at. ol.. CASE NO.82-IC-Of November 29.', 1982. at Sewage Treatment ,Advertisement for Bids! "111 ACM FARM Few chicken .heuse.. ).*..h. real .s
personal .
((14428) frontage on US-301. N
mailed to City of Hamp Defendant. ) IfrOO o'clock A.M.. the Plant Including or any resulting Con ,
venue, or representative Jurisdiction of ton. P.O. lox 250.Homo- PROBATE DIVISION undersIgned,. GATOR i. clarlfler, ,tract. This procurement *%, ACRE to IVt ACM LOTS Priced te .... SUM *e ,

the Court ton. Fl 32044. or bids NOTKZOFSALE FREIGHTWAYS. will digester and chlorin.contad will be subject to regulations $ UO. Term $900.00.down, payments far 8 ,... at

All CLAIMS may be hand delivered PURSUANTTO Isle: Estate of Mil of public auction for tank modnlco contained in 4O 12".

OBJECTIONS NOT SO to me City Hall by phoning cash at 2175 Commonwealth ,tlont,' new parhall C.F R. 33.293 and 33.103 "
8 ACRES with
iOaarod 476 ft.
en USMt.'tOT1S.BI .
FILED Will BC FOREVER 4&S-1201. Ave.. 'flume, generator facility through 33.1133. Certain
BARRED. Please' Indicate on the Nab!Ie given, ff af,' ,Jacksonville, 'Florida, .meter box beckflow federal. procedural and "ken...' <& 30 Highrldg......... Zoned:,.*..... :

Publication of this envelope that It I* a bid. "IMirivant to Final NOTICE ana lot of wooden I .preventer. ....--... contractural ,requirement i:1,

Notice ho begun on "11 ll184Khgl24Nona Juelo"o..t dated Of ADMINISTRATION displays nsits. .Molt piping and aloe1 this to all ; OLDER 2-STORY home to need!spat,, oweee wiN .
Nov.mb.r,1e2. 'Nowerbor t. ITOV Brt. lit Starlight I"leal work all hated ,work under_ Contract hold metgee.'FOR ih
Ceee: No 83-39.: at the The:}admlnlctrettonlof .
lot [ 'A
Orlando. Florida one :In the ,
Personal r OF INTENT Circuit Court et the I the e4ae of PMLUPW Proposal.' GRACIOUS UVINOa 0_ of '**.'. I-d-n.ji., :.,
of V_. Itchg 11/18
Blind. censkjn.d proposals '
R.pr.s.atetivaMERCEDES REGISTER All i I. --. 4U H..wefmrt St.'CONaITE .
ALEXANDER. .t Boevad. ,
Eighth Judicial Circuit lit'end "
.. ,
MCGREGOR FICTITIOUS NAME to Atlantic V. ((Including mailed proposal s ROC .
for Alachue CM M..ta VCP. to a..4n..a.:1"
2253 Clematis Str..4Sor..oa County.Florida. ,Jacksonville. Fkt.J. one *) must.ban the City I .._: this .Ico yonI.
In Ha .
In which J. D.OOOM pndksgn Circuit .
lot of dreM consigned! Council Chamber A
OF BRADFORD ohm. known e* J. c-t fee Bradford Cautty > to lent,.. Corporation.Saresoto *aid! closing. YHffeW! and Classified Ads I Rem..a 'i'
D. OOOM. ML end w. ,, FIen.d.. Probate Dtvi- one ..Avel....... ..... II
r. I slam,., the.wr- Florida: ;date. Any Proposal. LN CMag. $198 per... ... .pMp and .
NM Get
1 OOOM. I Results u
lot .... mottlre
BROWN,PA BRADFORD FUR of toilet; tl. after sold Bid closing. plw d.psa.
.... {wNds .to the Bradford
.. J ..:-e thI pohNIu..s tow.M and potter! eon-: ''time' and date will be,.-

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[Head Knocking Defense.... 1 > 111' ? i rI.I i'' ,UK)l1 KOMHU: /: Svnr.i'

The Cowboy Mitey Mite defense begs heath wtihtlie Keystone Steeler offf'n an easy v Ictory Saturday, one of three In four games for the local I PopEarner I' ,,, i 1"t i 01.1' 'in., iTlirisi.

teams. in' f. t I .n' I 'in I unity, shill
".I i ,if .J.: .r.a nottr ;$!;1..9\ ;
H'lK i I IOj'i mtI: i ,?..11.111I II.., nunVnn
f Iomecomin Prize. Cowboys Score 3 Victories
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: Toro II. !II ., I I. I iii i,' I.. i '", I 15 Ml ills.q .

E I Full ....k. by Me''.Ha*k king the extra points the 95* /$12 95 ,'I t. oI'd'I I
photo covvrog of the Homecoming Qu..n f .rivltis will appear In ntint w"' Tlgraph halftime score was 24-0 I 111 I I i I 1""II>:N

[The success story of Bradford games for the right to play in the The Cowboys"Blue"defense did an In the second half it was anything --- -
Ltwnoys Pop Warner footbaU con- Timuruana Bowl. The Jr. Midgets outstanding job. They not only held KOPS offense. Every player! got his ,'
npvd| last weekend as the local youth face Middleburg and the Jr Pee the opponent scoreless but didn't chance to show with a different
p idiron teams won 3 out of 4 games Wee's play rival Orange Park. allow Keystone to even threaten the quarterback each play. Those scoring THESE DAYS ONLY
j fug their Homecoming weekend. whole ballgame Leading the "Blues" in the second half were Mosley for his
[ FJelween crowning queens and Jr. Midgets 44 Key stone 0 were David Williams Stacey Lloyd second TD, Del Ray Covington, and November 18 (Thur.), 19 (Fri.), 20 (Sat)
rincess for the year the Cowboys. The Cowboys Jr. Midgets finished lloyd Gil pin, David Shine Greg Michael Gray
|OD the Mitey Mite Jr Pee Wee and their regular season play in fine style,. Pardre Randall Polk, Michael Some new talent may have been DAILY 10 am 8 pm
Midget, games Saturday, while k sgp by beating Keystone Heights 44-. to Stilwell, James Jamison: Patrick discovered us: some new faces were
a Pee Wee encounter with Mid- close out an undefeated season with Marks, Doug Fertig, Dewey seen running the ball. Some fine runs 309 South Walnut Street, Starke
urg. only a tie blemishing the otherwise Williams, Michael Anders, Wendell were made by McRae, Collins,
his Saturday Nov 20, two Cowboy perfect record Collins, and Chris Farmer Mosley, Billy Heavner Dale Brown,
I sins that wrapped up regular The tie came early in the season The offense seemingly could do no and Kevin Shealy
r soon tFwmpionstupslastweek- against Orange Park, and the wrong The first half Greg Wiggins, The boys played well and coachesare
k .Mid eta and Jr. Pee Weeswill Cowboys avenged that draw later in Greg Simmons, and Rodney Mobley proud of them not only for this
,II'e' ,tn conference championship the year with a victory over OPI' all scored touchdowns and Hilh Kut game but for the entire season


Briefs. be $130 IF 40 people go. with a $50 lift tickets, or equipment rental. The
[ Sports deposit due by Dec. 15: 191$2. If fewer Rev has written for current prices on
people attend the cost will increase A those things. s ar
minimum number of 35 is needed to If interested come by or call the.
.. have the trip. Rec Dept.. office at the Old Armory
The cost dues not include food, ski ('Jb4-6792'.
JVouth Basketball The various things on sale will included '

[Deadline is Dec. 1 old sports equipment still in
good shape,new T shirts, old ballcaps
(Regutration for youth basketball in and uniforms and even old ceramic
akpigNgd4ryYtty: .With the dea.d1i.I1e .items.
I for i Ii.l& m? bging Dpg J; J. 1982. Ilours'for the'salewill, be" from 9 ;
J1W, f t"g lkl 0 and 11-13 CU"iin ..'a.m up (age* determining date Nov. hour 1\lfn'ou'ncing !
Si is, IM2) with no charge for playing. If
.'enough girls register boys Ski Trip Planned
girls leagues will be '
I Registration can be made at the Old AppalachiansThe
|Armory Rec. office from 8:30: a m. toyon Starke Rec. Department is try. k The 4th Annual]
( ,and 15pm, weekdays, or at ing to organize another ski trip to the ,.
ratt St. Rec. Center from
3-5 p m.
Appalachian Mountains for

Rec, Rummage Sale February.Plans are to leave Friday, Feb IB, AUTUMN SUN

Is, Friday at PrattThe get there Saturday, and ski Saturday, r 1
Sunday, and Monday returning home
Starke Rec. Department will be Tuesday, Feb. 22. ,
9u>.bltagr Nov, 19, at Pratt St center withsports rooms with no kitchens,1 house and I ,
11 suppies and equip- hotel rooms with kitchenettes.Cost JK
for the bus trip and room willUudty 19821

Saturday November 27

., Autumn Sim ,

ran Run f &, Trophies to all age groups. First place winners

3A to 2A 1 i Trophies to first place male and female winner over all in both races

fo Second and Third place prizes to all age groups,
*..j Trophy to oldest and youngest runner Age GroupsMEN

JL Ctf! Neao.ooe.tu

; s.. vooetrt Sponsored annually by the Bradford Co. Telegraph and the Community State Bank of Starke 13 Under
road ?f (Donated T-Shirts, Trophies Advertisement) 14 19
Ito) t. ,iiC 61a 20 25

00t SortsJ< | =ditory 26 29
1\e' Don't. Walk, Run 30-39

\\aCe ...
40- 49
ft..DO I'."' Two laces: 10,000 Meter ((6.2 miles) and One (1)) Mile Race ,
> ,Always scratching down notes and keeping index cards on every team 50 over
,nd individual/ can from schools all over the area BUS cross country T-Shirts to all Finishers
oath George Loper sat down and did an interesting piece of work a couple

,eeks back. ,I '. '
He plugged the times his girls team ran at the big Deland Invitational ". \ Women13under
)ct. J6).into the class 2A results of the same race which drew most of the ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS '
rate's top teams.The reason is obvious: with Bradford dropping down to 2A Brett A Jerry's 2 Overil Trophies 1 r.
i xt year Loper wanted to get an early line on how BUS can expect to fare Community Action Dub ... START: .' 14 19
pecially since all his girls will be returning in '83 84. ; 1 20-29
And the results were interesting indeed. On"paper" Bradford would have Gatorafde & race oftlclllS., Community, State Bank of Starke .N<' 30 39
f ushed third In the meet. Jaycee's of SUrke- Race Assistants ; '
So, we can anticipate the l.ady Tornadoes to be one of the top teams in 2A Starke City Pole U.S. 301 South'I r 40 over

doss country next year. of Stark (Across from McDonald's) t:
Qty 'f i "
On another subject Loper was asked if the cross country schedule will
c ange much with the switch from, 3A to 2A and his response was that the HInI..'. 30 Dinners ':'.' Starke, Florida 32091 : of. .", -
c ange wouldn't be drastic McDonald's 30 Sandwiches .. .
yWe're not gonna shy away from any of the big Invitationals. The home ,
n eels will probably have a little more 2A flavor but I think the good compel ,
II m helps us over the long run." '
". On Bradford High dropping down to class 2A next year Lady Tornado y ; '
volleyball coach Inca Diggi Isn't quite ecstatic., Fourth Annual SCar*. Rued Race t983) i
(You; see class 2A volleyball, in these parts Is about.tough maybe tougher : .
C/O B.A.R.C. P.O. Box ,
than 3A. 509 Starke. ..Fla 32091 i
All you have to do to see that is look at Gainesville Buchholi which was 1 .. Butler Ter.
19-2 for the regular season. Before losing to Santa Fein the district finals,the 9.00 am Race Time Saturday.Nlvember27I&8.2' : !
Bobcats were undefeated against 3A and 4A competition,including a win in a '.... '
big Invitational tournament at Lake Sumpter Community College,but lust to .$4SOPreRegisterName : $5.00 Race Day :d

2A powers Interlaehen and P.K. Yonge.! .. r .. '.. A .it

-_ -_ '_"_' __ 1"y.. ,,1 __ _Sex_ Age- -_
: Rd.
Address .__ ____ < Alton
$. Still the classification .. .
on proceedings: Oral Forest and Ocala '
Vanguard will apparently not be moving up to 3A as originally rumored. As T Shirt Site; XU_ 1..- M_ _SL:;:".Child I _, ....:
it stands now Forest would be the biggest 3A school in the state, with 1,290 Make checks payable to BARC (Bradford Association for Retarded Citizens '. < EB person Rd. r y

students behind in the upper three grades reported. Palatka is just. a few students 1 hereby release for myself and heirs aU race sponsor, ho and official\ from U biht 'for inJury
that number. '
Included in the schools. also dropping to 2A with Bradford High are defending ulnas or death suffered In connecUn with this race. I certify that I have trained for this, j WestmorelandOrange.
state 3A baseball champ Tampa Catholic and another football-baseball event.I also give permission_ the use of my name and picture in publicity of the race. I
toughie: St. Cloud. Also. In the big bend area Perry-Taylor County and .a
Martannarare down L '
headed to 2A. I i'

Union County.High in Lake Butler reportedly had just two students too Signature /p.renfor Guardian, Uunde'r, laEntriea :li .........' ................ ............ ...............
many to drop down to 1 A,reporting 200 compared to the new 2A floor of 208, will. not confirmed pick up race number on race day,pl a*.c M 10.000 Meter(8.2(( roles))
and a group of parent's over there is trying to get the FHSAA to consider 10,000 MeterOne (U Mite Both' "* "
T :;
dropping the football-winleu Ttfera to 1A. .. .: ". ... Out and Back on Edwards Read.
The 4 divisions will be more balanced next year when compared to the l last,
two years,'When there was about 120 3A schools. and only 80 in 2A..;

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Page lOA TELEGRAPH November 18. 19112

r -- _.. --1 School Records for BHS Girls Basketball (Hop Jackson, above, now a
i BUS students from the 50V ; player nt Gulf Cast Community

will Homecoming rccognls.Queen thU lace ol MS iflftMik \ the*- ( (th.*. '.-:ores. w.r. complUd) by TeLiigraph} Sports Editor Buddy Codings. If you have Infer Fla.,College set a new In Panama school girls CIty

Sandra Strickland, nowJt1ra 6. motion regarding' thorn or other possibilities pUoso contact him.) single season scoring record
x / Sandra Norman'! She Is last year at BHS when, she
:' .bo:the most HolUie "..II.d- Points / Season Points I career Margin of victory canned 449 points for a HA
'.' b.n'corer'on: average (boys .x 449 Hope Jackson'8182 1,020 Sandra Strickland 54-57 67-6 over Middleburg'80-81 scoring average. .:.
infhided) ever to walk the 79-82 The S-4 sharpshooterpumped
408 Sandra Strickland 56-57 980 Hope Jackson'
V\, hall, at Bradford High we 388 Sandra Strickland'55-56 Most Points / Came In 980 points for her
- believe with an average of 329 Hope JacksOn'80.-81 71 VSh Alachua'51-52<71-40)) career, Including high games
over 20 points per game for 316 Jackie Prevatt'56.57 Points / came of :31 points against Santa Wand
her career at BUS. SOSMary Frances Hazen'52-53 40 Sandra Strickland 56-57 Team scoring Ave. :30 versus Eastside last
Girls school records she ---.-- 300 Phyllis/ Strickland'51-52 38 Jackie Prevatt 56-57 57.65152\ team(864 / 15) season, and more Imporanily
owns Include points In a Prevatt'55-56 36 Phyllis Strickland'51-52 the BUS girls program stopped
> career (1.020 for her last :3 Jackie Prevail, who scored 295 Jackie 36 Sandra Strickland 55-56 Longest win Streak a losing habit by recording <
), In a :316 points as a senior,the BUSgirls >r
years per game average 33 Sandra StrIckland 55-56 16 games 55-56 thru 56.57 winning seasons all three
, season (%5.5 as a senior), and were 15-3 In '55-56 and Average / Season 33 Sandra StriCkland'56-51 .\\tO ( points In a game ((40 versus 11-2 In '56-57, winning a school. 25.5 Sandra Strickland'56-57 31 Hope JackSOn''SHJ2 Best Records Last season the Lady Toronadoes
. record 16 In a row dur r .
Baldwin) games 21.6 Sandra StrIckland'55-56 31 Sandra Strickland 56-57 14.2 56-57 team finished 14-7. f
Behind Strickland& and ing that span. 21.4 Hope Jackson 81-82 30 Hope Jackson '81-82 15.3 '55-56 team .
20.0 Phyllis Strickland'51-52 30 Sandra Strickland'56-57 13.5 '52.53team ",\1

1982 Team: .

4 l Tuesday Hits Courts ECKERD LOWERS

Coming off a 14-7 season that was
the best at BHS in years the Lady Tornado -

ing to girls follow basketball up with another team will outstanding be try--

Keystone year Heights when High they Thanksgiving open at the NOW THE SAVINGS ARE EVEN GREATER

next Nov.23.
Tournament Tuesday

Lee promising Prospects with three transfers are starters good for and,coach a some couple Gayle new of ON MANY OF YOUR FAVORITE ITEMS!

talent from the Middle School on ..
up ;.........
the roster. ..#W'A:.'? /@? #' .t #. (r '.?$' $?W" {$ 'A:' $r !t! JW AW.@. 11Y.?# N>>\.''''''' '"'''OWN/'' !1m '' '"'f<''' MI
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Lee laid it on the line earlier this VICTORSCOUGH ALKA-SEL TZER I TUMS IJ"
week when she said, "we'reloing/ .
over there(Keystone) to win the tournament ) DROPS \ ANTACID \
... I
... I'm going to play my best i I or'M FOIL.s .
girls," so the event should be a good
test of the kind of season BHS should g'A CII 169Limit l

expect. ; ..-...-.r.-..'..-_......
Bradford opens against Baker Umlt 1 1
County, a team it beat 32-27 and 42-32
last year at 6 p.m. Tuesday in the II- ASCRIPTIN ATMCARTRIDGES
tourney opener. At 8 it'll be host J
Keystone Heights against the new TABLETS I '.C.0I1. 1:

Nease School (located north of St aonLi Of lOG Aacripllft **
Augustine). On Wednesday the con- 1m a
solation game is set for 6 p.m. with = 199 ;J: 269Limit 1
the finals at 8. ..1I i
Baker County was 11.9 last year, r Limit, 1 _w, 2 pks ?
and Keystone 15-9. I i

Biggest question mark as Brad- N'ICE imll'2'I! .
ford's girls enter the season is who THROAT JOHNSON'SBABY i
will put the ball in the hole now that LOZENGES SHAMPOO
school record,setter Hope Jackson is 11-0
PACK or t !
gone to Gulf Coast Community Col- fiAVODS -;; j 24-OZ.
lege but Lee doesn't visualize any problem II J88 .w. : !
Jackson averaged 21.4 points
per game last year (see separate Limit 2 Limit 2BABY j
story on girls school records), nearly !

more half the balanced team total attack,but this Lee season."We're looks for. a I HEAD & CHEST'IO,1'' 1 1I I :! ____

not going to have a problem ) I I
with shooters. Marla Reddish is goingto 12 CAPSULES --.oUr'' ..... '' 14OZ.Compare. I..e.. vV"v""'"h..
be super, Cindy (Strickland) can 11 fAuns c 4 m: .. .......
"' "" '" 'wm
shoot it, and Queenie (Berry), Lorraine I 179 ... .ter'I 99 I ,,- ..
(Bass) and Vonda Kay (Hall) a:
can shoot" they just never had to last, 4 Limit' .(; su.i. 'M''.'.. JohnsotTi to time 1 ___ ,_J j \' : ; .

year.Reddish is a freshman transfer who -",,,,,,,,,,,,,,,",,,,,,,,,,,,",,,,,,,,,,,,,,",,,,,, ",,,''''',,.,',,,'''''''',,, ''''''''' YFF"FFFFFF"FFFFFFFF"ffFFm'PFFFFn."ffn'FF"'ff..FFn'FNW'MVH'. I' 'FF"ffAW'FFwnn'Az ..//// MINI OH POP DOTS DROPS.OH WHOPPtMMa MASON y1 .It-OI..... ua ae"
played at St. John's Country Day 10 1.1* -
School in Orange Park last and
Strickland transferred from Lake DePREEBARG: IN-SIZE SAVINGSBRONCHIAL i 159SCOTCJIGARD .
Wales, where she also had basketball I
experience. oo=:> r
Berry, Bass, and Hall are the TI.. I
holdover starters from last season, TREATSVITAMINS DM
and Jewell Broughton is a returning II t; COUGH SYRUP 1 MEN'S
reserve. WITH IRON 8-02. S flu. CALIFORNIA
Newcomers are junior Pam 429 A1. 4.19 FABRIC '
Hawkins, sophomore Kay Allen, and > --1 1'A CASUALS PROTECTOR 45. .

and promising Gloria Davis.freshman Connie Carter 1299 299 tot I7490-74SS 12.M It-OZ..........

Lee said Monday her tentative star- N 79
ting lineup would have Davis ((5-8)), r D. / 99PLANTERS 3 slerY
Berry (5-6) and Hall ((5-9)) under the ? ,i.w
boards, with Reddish (5-5)) and Bass II VITAMIN C ANTI-B __.._
((5-4) outside and Strickland ((5-3) LOZENGES '
switching in at guard. That's two
ra. or 20
ting.freshman, Davis and Reddish, star- 1373"De VI4MINC 89 RH I' UNSALTED RID o A e BUG

"If I can get Gloria to be a little r 1 j PEANUTS FLEA TICK SPRAY ill

more aggressive on defense she'll be I ZS-OZ ..... .....
fine,"Lee said."She's got a nice little -
jumper and she can jump. AndMaria's D, pi; OeDCHILDREN'S I $' <=
gonna be great, she s got a VITAMIN A 99 499
good shot, she can drive it in there, WATER MISCIBLE .
and she's got a good head on her 25,0001.11,100*, COUGH SYRUP Ito. ,... _
shoulders. MQ. 4.23 rte 4-OZ. .....2.39 Limit 1 1Y7"r.k
With Strickland the shortest girl at "' '.
5-3 Lee has more height to work with, > 89 RICHARDSON'SCLUB
and she says she also has more 229 1 ,. MINTS WINDEX ,i a+ ,Aes
quickness. ,
"We're going to do some different rzt> .9-02.1.... 7.vms zs-oz. '.
things this year...we've been workingon (DeD' '
a ullcourt press. And I want to get WHEATAVIMSVITAMINS ;
more movement on offense. We look- CHILDREN'SCONGESTAFED 59= ,. 109 .
ed good when we moved on offense OM '
last year." IWi B... 10." 40Z...... 3.If
First home game for BHS Is Dec.9, Limit 1

against Eastside at 7:30: p.m. I 799 =i:is 239 i 3 KASTIN'SCANDY _- .


Lorraine Name Bass (Sr) Grade Ht.5-4 I r D) v ( D) l-U. COOLER
Queenie Berry (Sr) 5-6 NIACIN TABLETS *... 199
Vonda Kay Hall (Jr) 5-9 WHEATACOL100'.I.g.0.39 30 MG.
Pam Hawkins (Jr) 5-8 1499.
Cindy Strickland (So) 5-3 TONIC 100'.811.61 NIACIN99C 199Hard :

Kay Allen (So) 5-6 399 .
Connie Carter (Fr) 5-7 or filled

Maria Gloria Reddish Davis (Fr(Fr) ) 54 5-5 "..candy.......,.......Limit'<.. 1.... .. .. .. .. .. ., .. .
(0..) A........... ..... .. .. ... .. .. .. ... ,. '" .
Men's Hoop League t 300' ....4.21 ., Q SLEEPING TABLETS
Meeting Nov. 23 '" ""' I 40-s.ft*.. 3.2t
> '
Another organizational meeting to 299 ..
gauge the interest in a men's basketball -.n. 229 ,;
) league, and set rules and a 1
i schedule for the league, is set for __,,_ ram ."
1I1I"M''n u. .umuu t
Tuesday night Nov. 23, at 7 at dulls
the Rec. Dept. office at the Old Ar- .

mory.Men's,. basketball In Starke was When you're serious about 35mm, HERSHEY'S OR

brought back,to life last year after .. ... :. M & M MARS
years without an adult league and six .
; i T"J .1i : B i
"' ; l
Eden Introduces '
team competed. Jackson Building processing, 'CANDY, BARS _'
Supply won the championship, winning . .o..o.o. .. DILL PICKLES ..... .. ',
14 game against a lone defeat, ., ;
with the Hawks taking second with a -high S0% larger gloss Kodak prints, one print "Per negative, on / "II-CL..... 1.18
13-2 record. paper. Ri'.OOF
1 Also, if enough interest is shown Unique Sleeved display folio. 'qIy :89'llmlt' ,
negatives ,
there could be women' :
league this
Special packaging for safe storage of and uinit 0 bus' .
year., ., :7: < : prints negatives,. ,
Anyone interested in having a team,. ,' ULIRALAB 35 PROCESSING-AVAILABLE.ONLY AT ECKERO ,ri\ u''t
/s in the league should have at.1 least one '. .j' M'y.'S
representative!! .. ., the Nov.23 ., r ':.t:i:'.,P., '", -' ,
.I.v. .
meeting.' .-..:. .,' -. 'I ., % :r

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November IK, 19H2 TELEGRAPH Pale I llA

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mn The: Trip... Warm-Up... And Finally, the Run...

Ire, _. .. .... .
ajlfhe! .pictures al right are from y
ust Saturday' Region 1 cross -- +
foantry meet In,.-Tallahassee, KWl t 1 aI
where the BHS girls team wan one.
.e|12 teams competing for honors.
>*In> the, first picture 'from left iIc'
Allison Denmark left and Cheryl
jpogle. with.the radio serenading
Jier to aleep,-catch some shut-eye
011 the long bus trip over. In thetext .
( shot sophomore Pain ttweM
lead* the smiling Tornadoes
their In "aoeHI'ir'yutrmups .. .. t
through, pates : .
prior to Saturday's run. S '
jsfcxt, toady Tornado Mlch('lleKlniutU 1, .cxos
right pushes ou ahead of :{ ..
|Jootsteptf she hears from n com 1i ;; .. ,
,- .
.' :>S; .
petitor. And finally at far 'right II't'T
,. : <:.......!Mr'r": e;
teamates Carol Fubgell left and t :At .. .. .-., ., .t R ..
Tammy Mann lit rille togetherPEPSI 11tH'.( NT N .:...'... ... .,,;O"J.... .;r.-.

I 1'.: l .., ...
I I ,;

I <- I't BHS Girls


Take 5th


r:. HlYf/lITE
:r. At RegionRunning

THESEfr. r:; ., F.f/TE4 NEW PRIC f! with the cream of the class
LOOK FOR 1flJ' 3A crop from Palatka through the
V = panhandle the Lady Tornado cross
;L' I III country team finished a strong fifth in

SIGNS ., 'ff!# Tallahassee the Region I last championships Saturday.The held in

,,. seven girl team, with not a
,' senior in the bunch missed by 38
.. ., ,, .....
--"'WU"'W1' # "" &M.w.HJWH""' W.W .Af".M points of qualifying for this Saturday's -
.w. %fmM' ."4'.1fHA'AV WU.-
_/ 7/R Y/P ,fV/NW/Mf ??{w/ Wif7RI.. ,,,,,.,,, f6aW WiilW .. "IN """.am .._... "" ...._ vUMWMd/M b. ll state championship run in
Deland. The four teams at
top Regionwon
I MERRY MIDGET SETS PURCHASED AT: I Favored Gainesville Buchholz lived

STRAIGHT-LINE MERRY MIDGET SETS!I i'ra l.:) II 1 1ell' up to its billing, winning with 52
points, but Tallahassee Leon was the
for netpurchased(up to.mommum' o*3 e.M1.[ w:3 I
.0..."..'_......., ". 1 GE will sand you::/l OO refund Simply' complete big surprise climbing to second with
.. Ihii certilicale' mend lovelier' with proot nl all 64 Jacksonville
,. 1 points. Bishop Kennywas
.11 rNUr lanMia ad' 1 purch.sasa.M.llmma.cNO/rxN) +pM.lOnly) fell <-t
neMa'r wpm ntimberi OftO;?()N)3t11140f06"w''QUlhly'' third at 84, Niceville fourth with
:Mr: ; IiODM' IDII 1 for retunrf 1 Ie 93, and the Lady Tornadoes fifth out
t I M.ILYG: an., I of 12 region qualifiers with 131 team
tp --.J I PO BOX 005 .UU.;.. _NO I points.
7 ;dM (. 1 .CTO6O38I Bradford coach George Loper had
.LINxI. .I wa.l' :: w..rcl nw.Wm..x rx rt N.urea. : :1 ,..cnP.,, ........ surf 'Fr' I II hoped his squad could give Leon a run
f .... .,. .. ., OFF..NCH. "'' "
PEP of ens yognFiwlcosf"ill I tt*:<\\INMtlllMII, "YOUIIIIIOAl'" MM tplf"uNO--it.MI MMM'.M x.u.a.n.MMT..awM..M..e.M..dM.aNaMi: .. .- ..'...-.'" US fee W.'V e..tW::.. I for its money for the number four spot
: n.-NMWMM.M.I' but the Lion girls got their first 3 in
A L.=:. :.=: ao."J15LIGHT before Bradford's number
one girl
LOTION MILD TIME ND'MO'NEV: : AT,CHRISTMAS'ECkERD'SAVES'YOU BOtH.. the Linda Jake DeWitt Gaither hit the Golf finish Course.chute That at

BANDED allowed Leon to easily survive the
JERGENSBATH I .J.. .1 4" P1ECQRATIVE BHS challenge and also vault all the
or INDOOR g ;''' :i. YARN way past Bishop Kenny for second

DIET PEPSI C7V4 botn.flM. ....FJAMEN'(1'L WREATH "Did we make it, did we qualify?"
xaq.S1' as.F5L100 i '.4t the still-gasping BHS girls asked
2-LITEI JORNAMENT 0' Loper afterwards. "No I don't thinkwe
49SMURF ; 97 c ? did" he answered. "But you did
9 9C 4
.E9.Z9- ......... 15 The answer brought tears to most of
the girls, but as Pam Boswell, the second -
Limit 2 Limit 5 3-FOOT girl across for BHS said with a
STAINED GLASS smile "we did our best We beat all
I _" '' FLOCKED CANDLEHOLDER the teams coach. wanted. us to beat except -
,C SCOTCH I Leon::
,,. j 1\1""" PALS '' PINE Indeed the Lady Tornadoes topped
GALAKfDUAL 'rom1' n.n KUTANI / ti ....2 of Middleburg and North Marion two
QUARTZ PORCELAINCHINA TREE teams that had clipped them at
ELECTRIC HEATER lx55004 t 4g (x... 15." 1 99 ne District the week before by 35 and 37

.... 21,95 2 points respectively.
*.(. 499trOUM 1299 Sophomore DeWitt handled the long
1 CHOICE sloped hill at the Gaither golf course
3499 well and finished 17th overall and 14th
79 _
I U among girls counting in the team race
Delivers 1500 watts ,3 ASSORTED SESAME 3" x 15' ..t (some individual qualifiers were on
of heat. TINSELGARLAND hand but didn't count towards the
STREET team title) with a time of 13:10: for
1 ALADDINSTACKNSTORE CARS & GIFT TAGS Bradford. Just 14 seconds behind her

TRUCKS I ..... rr .... 1.19 and in the 22nd spot was sophomore
teamate Pam Boswell with a 13:24:
ASSORTED'11" It 11" BINS' "'".2.9 (: 59= clocking. Cheryl Bogle who jumpedout
Ma. 1.11A1SOxTEO 59 in front for a few 100 yards early
!249 .". took 31st in 13:49.:

GASKET, ., oo j Then came the other BHS girls
M .3.M 35COLO n closely packed. Michelle Kimutis was
OUR caac? _UAoNhdNNW'AMN'"hOWNm" .. "UN, __._._ m.NNNmmNNN 38th in 14:05: Carol Fussell 42nd in
/ tl..A, C'm' ''''N', 'm' :zs._ ;'/' ''''' N' m" '''''h un NN. ",'N'u N'N NNN0 14:20: and Tammy Mann 46th in 14:34:
2 -. with Allison Denmark 62nd in 16:44.:
WINDMERE CONAIR LIGHTED I "We would have been delighted to
WOODEN -- ABM'CURLr MAKEUP MIRROR qualify for state but these girls have
WINE CADDY 10/1211.0.11,11 nothing to hang their heads about"

cOSULL1AL WITH 4 GLASSES .DABRA.... 12.** /1 MICE AfTU HEIATt ; Loper said. "They ran fantastic. In
...,. 19.99 I some respects they ran beyond whatwe
11, t expected for them.
999 999 "We started out the year about the
:-: 7II 1599 -2N rw middle of the pack in the big meets
9-SHELF Regular a magnified T I around here and at the end of the year
,, Image finished 5th at regions. That's no
ETAGERE small feat with 3 sophomores a
9...41... "' P.1 SOUNDESIGN AM/FM GRAN PRIX AM/FM freshman, and 3 juniors. As a team
) and as a program. I think the girls
3999' WOODENHALL POCKET RADIO CLOCK RADIO have turned the corner as a potential
TREE -.. contender. And that's regardless of
whether we were going down to 2A or
9-SHELF 12". 1999Jii not. The girls are at the point where
rt 1999White 1 they'll be contenders in the major
STEEL meets in this area next year. They re
SHELVING orwalnut Direct dial tuning. 24-hour already itching to go for next year."
nnl.h. memory Of course next year Bradford will
MB.17J9 alarm. be running against smaller class 2A

I SHAKESPEAREALPHAFW GUN PRIX AM/FM RADIO opposition in the post-season at least
1299KITCHEN and could hurdle right into the pack of
PLASTICHANDY CASSETTE RECORDER that classifications state title con

SPINCAST REEL A ROD 710 tenders.
....2tNPMCE .... 4411 And the BHS coach expects continued -
BASKETS rm UlAn improvement."We'll .
-- 23N 3499 be running 3 or 4 times a
.... Itw tal'SHnF I week the
during summer and pick
799 and choose ''
3L2OO some road races he
999 17M'. Records direct from .,. said. "And of course we'll be going to
radio or.condenser mlc. fir;. camp."

.. '-" .. ... M" ". .. Loper expects some 30 cross coun-
., .... .. KODAK_ AVANTI BLANK try runners, track&field performers,
and BMS Roadrunner Club membersto
COLOR FILM CASSETTE TAPES go for a week camp at Camp South-
1S8-M EtfOtlW 60-MINUTES wind In the Ocala area in August
1M au .... I.. .Fx.. where he said "it'll be nothing but
xN. 4.18 running."
In other races last Saturday
299 r990AMIGA'S Gainesville Buchholz made it a sweep

_.,.f+e"e" with a victory! in the boys AAA run;
I d i Orange Park a sensational girls team
1. -, I II l lENERGIZER' __u_ u_ ,. .... ........uU___ wrapped up the 4A title by 48 points
-'! :;an.... (over runnerup Jacksonville Wolf son;
.. -- I and the Terry Parker boys of
FAMILY S IVRE Jacksonville won the 4A boys crown,
; OPEN DAILY. 9 to !. by 4 points over Ft. Walton Choc-
'SYLVANIALIGHT .. : SUNDAY 8 to .. tawhatchee.

.... Prig goodttmi

,BULBS 1 Sat Nov. iom.M tne.eaa/.f

.3'9' .11 art 4 I BATTERY i M3MVI LtMIT QUANTmtS.TM ftMMTTV I.YIA4 ..... AAA(100'-11)t.w..A.. I) )UlMOTltt 1)
11wAT1 1 c Buchholi U, It Talla"a..- M. 4> Bishop
11' i tunny M..|NiMvul w t>:
r' :,
: : o*....r 9h-i.ii< (.....m jii>.....,.'
: .. I. } Scha.frIj.) JJD.:J: 1.II) Sara..:.s>'Brand- CRwUwrtord"UM. RicfckmmINkwUI. .

4) Carolyn DoomUy (BI hAn11) It'n al
Lau Currlnftoo (Nlnvtllti :14...,. 171 UMh
D.WIU C BKS !*:It. !1Puns BowU BHS
I,.)..Ill 08aJJe(BHS> U: t.Ml MMMito
Kimutta BHS) ..:.... m Tammy Mao (BMS)
14:M,III Alteon Dmnurk(BHS II:'".

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T''. .., -:
I Starke Elementary School News f '' i A

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A film from the State Department Daniel Dean join us in the third grade.He "cook" pumpkin pie this week By'I I ,w....w ..... .r \ a A +..
of Health on headlice was viewed by arrived just in time to join in the reading and writing the Ingredients, .
our students on Tuesday and Wednes study of one of the most exciting unitsin students have a better Idea how foods
day. our Science class, "Planet Earth-in are prepared. Thanks to Mrs M, TurkOIOgy ;
N Otis Lennon Mental Ability tests Space" In Social Studies, we have Williams for providing'thepumpkinfrom (
are being given this week to studied about mountain ranges in her garden. The following i .
kindergarten, first and second grade North America, The Rockies and the students made 100 percent on the
classes Appalachians. Ashley Burkhalter is weekly spelling test: Marie, Green Contest
Six weeks end is Nov. 23. Report our outstanding pupil in Science and John Davis, Emma Knowles, and
cards go home Dec. 2. Thanksgiving Social Studies. Lm Tally Chandler is Timmy Rich. Dwight Bonnette and
holidays are Nov 25 and 26. the most..i improved pupil so we gave Emma Knowles have been using our
Classroom Newaj him a pat on the back.FIFTH math kit from Fiddlers, with much
j Mrs. Longs EMH: Special Olympics GRADE: Mrs. Adklnson's success and fun for the students.The/ Win A Il II
was a success. Everyone was a class-The following students in 5th especially like the hands-on (touch
winner! Dwight Bonnette Marie grade received awards for the and feel))) materials.Addition and subtraction -'

Green, Eric Jones,John C. Davis,and 3-second response addition facts. Meg facts have improved. Turkey' .
Timmy Rich all placed first in the Dietz, Chris Kirkland, Scott Duncan, Minnie Lou Patrayrs.First Grade .
basketball competitions. These Kevin Krack, Greg Thomas, Lyn class-Mrs. Patray's first grade class
students will be participating in the Wartsbaugh, LaDonna Banks, Shane wishes happy birthday to: Robert For
i Dec. 4 meet (District games). Con- Green, Tyrone Saunders and Jennifer Hanks, Herman Crews, Andrea Dom- ,
gratulations! Emma Knowles, Glen- Forsythe.Mrs. mon, Estella Denton, Candy Jackson, ; ,
da Richerson, Barona Henderson, Strong's class-Perfect attendance and Christopher Hogg. ThanksgivingNEW
Sylvester Lott Dildred Marchell and first six weeks Kenneth DeSue, Mrs. Tetstone's Second Grade'
Mary Baugess all participated and Bennie Jackson, Johnny Thompson, Class: We were sorry to have Ryan' r
i did a fine job of dribbling and Vickie McFarlane, Donna Wimberly, Reddish and Tonya Underhill home ." ., 1,',.... '. .' ... "
shooting the ball. Our uniforms certainly Yong Sue Hankerson, Robert Hankerson sick last week. The class made get
played a part in the students Kunita Melecio, Sean Starling, well cards for them.
confidence. Glenda Richerson and Jennifer Williams Randall Coblentz, Mrs. Shroeger's Second' Grade I
Emma Knowles both made 100 percent Johnny Siegmund, Teresa Guthrie, Class: Birthdays in November: Chad RULE: Previous winners may enter contest but are not eligible to
on their spelling test this week.. A Regina Snell, Travis Long, Derrick Tyler, Nov. 3; Nicole Arnold, Nov 14. win prize "
great big "OUNCE" thank you to the Dowdy, and Adam Geiger. All Perfect papers on Unit LanguageTest .
Mr. Smith and members of the PTA A's-Meg Dietz; A-B-Dwite Knowles : Tara Dixon, Bernard Johnson, ,
committee for sponsoring our Special and Rolland Shafer. October Birthdays and Calvin Walker. RULES Each
: space'below' represents some business firm of Bradford
Olympics outfits. You are all invitedto : Randall Coblentz and Robert Barbara Reddish's Fifth Grade
join us in the district meet to be Hankerson.Mrs. Class: Week of Nov. 8-12. Fifth County. Use the scrambled letters and arrange them to spell the firm's

held Dec. 4. Thanks again for your McClelland's class-The fifth graders are now searching the mime EXACTLY, using all the .letters and punctuation marks to,enter
support! grade Social Studies classes have newspapers for spelling words. Words
SECOND GRADE: Mrs. Tetstone's been studying early explorers and that were found many times this week this contest. The first THREE persons: submitting the correct or nearest

class-Good citizens for the week are their discoveries. Now we are readyto were astronaut, cosmonaut, and correct answer BEFORE 12:00: noon'on Monday, Nov. 22 will be awarded
Danwell Green and Eric Cohens Our begin work on settling America and launch. Please help your child scan
class has been studying map and our beginnings as a nation. Parents: the newspaper for spelling words. turkeys for Thanksgiving.NOTE .
globe skills this six weeks. We are Once a week I will try to give each They might also learn to enjoy
learning about the humorous and student a slip indicating how many reading the newspaper. Steven : Should be necessary to use an accompanying'sheet of paper,

scary adventures of Shim and Sham. Social Studies/Science assignmentshave Thornton and Twanda Tyson broughtin BE SURE to use the corresponding numbers or your ,answers could be
These two boys are delightful visitors been completed. Students who articles with spelling words: .
from Pluto. They land on Earth accidentally are up to date will receive special 1 highlighted this week! .'. wrong. ,
because they didn't study recognItion. we are sorry to say good- Emma Strong's Fifth Grade Class:
their map skills in school. The only by to Joey Kirchaine from Mrs. Mc- Reading Class News-These students Winners will be notified Tuesday
by Nov.
way Shim and Sham can return to Clelland's homeroom, but we know he made a perfect score on Drawing noon 23
their home is to learn the skills from will find new friends at Southside. Conclusions stories: Tori Kelly,
Earth We are learning about Steven Thornton, Daniel Moss Donna
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Ann Samons.
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I I' "Ghost-Rider"Jody: Wadsworth; is on the Rise in Country Music \ I 9 |

;. By Mark Friedllnf and larger," says Jody's mother had met by a long shot. lie has spent
:.:: BCT Staff.Writer: Margaret. "We finally had to buy a the last two summers on the road as a
!II.I Grayhound Bus this summer just to guitarist with both his former band
.;;; Hampton's Jody Wadsworth does a get everyone there on time." "The Michelle Lynn Show", and now t I
--weekly juggling act) The old 1948 Greyhound parked out- the Ghostriders and recently visited
:-.. As a ninth grader at Bradford Coun side the Wadsworth house isn't Just Nashville the "Capital of Country"
ty High School in Starke he has to any vintage old bus however, it was where he hob-nobbed with famous
:maintain his grade point average and once owned by the legendary Hank studio musicians like Fred, Newell
attend all of his classes each day. Williams Jr., son of perhaps the and "Shot" Jackson.
.I But as one of the fastest rising single most famous country star Jackson, a famous dobro player :
---Country-Western Guitarists around, (Hank Williams Sr who has been in the industry for over. I
--with a traveling band called "Joe The Wadsworth's bus has even beenin 30 years.i\has taken a real liking to
Cephus. and the ;Ghostriders"Joe( the movies. Jody and his talent and has taken the 1
-:.cephus is his nickname) that keeps "Living Proof"is a made for televi time to help him."Shot'Jackson.
getting more 'and more'requests to sion autobiography about the life of is the nicest one in .
May, he has already chosen a career Hank Williams Jr. that will be shownon the business I've met so far," Jody i.
..; before graduation. NBC next Spring and the bus,call- says. "Some of them (the big "' .
.. :E His family is into the act as well. ed "The Cheat n Heart Special"playsa starsare stuck up and they won't .
::Father Jerry Wadsworth Sr. plays prominent part.In even talk to you, but Shot has helped, r +,: i
;1-faass guitar in the Ghostriders and fact the bus had a lot to do with me and shown me a lot about the t tt
sister Robin plays Rhythm guitar Jody's chance to meet Hank Williams business and the music."
Awhile Jody plays lead. Jr., a few weeks ago after a perfor- Jackson has played for years on the
JsA"Their; radius for performing mance in Gainesville. He wasn't the Hee Haw Country musiccomedyshow ,,
:around Hampton keeps getting larger first country-western celebrity Jody and is trip sole inventor and heady

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,.' ,e 4, It's a family affair The Wadsworths pull together/ for Jody l In the rear are Father Jerry ..Jr.luUH'r: .M.irKiril: I I
; .e potential success in the country music buisness.! On the and Jerry Jr. \Viidsuorlhslru\rl from gig I tu gig i in u"
L' front from left to right are Juslin"the little roadie" and Jr.old I lMHGreh! iiind bus! formerly owned l h. ".\IIk Uilli.ims

of the famous "Sho-Bud" dobro and always stressed that school has to g ave Jody the chance to meet the
.t pedal steel guitar factory in Ten- come first and it has. He'll have plenly 'Iet gendary entertainer-composer and
neesee. t of time to do it full time after high P resent him with Ihe sign "C'heal'n
"Shot has already told Jody that school,and besides,our weekends are I II leurt Special" Ihat hung from his old
they will have for him in .
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.... ...-.;,_ .r"--" ,. ,,,,, ,"'_ ... Nashville if he graduates high school Some of the bigger dates Jody and "He was real nice l 10 me." Judy
I with good grades and keeps his head his band played last Summer includs.ays. thought he might he a little
on straight," Jerry ,Sr. said. "We ed playing at the River City Jamboree s luck up at first because he's w
j, New Guitar. ,.. recently bought. lie has nine Instruments In all Includinga knew he had a gift for the guitar when with Hank Williams Jr. Attended -
a rare 1951 Gibson ES 335 that is eagerly sought by collec he first started to play but we have by over 15,000( people, the concert See pule stet! enCompare
) Jody shows off. a brand new Fender Telecaster! he tors all over the world. -'- .

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Sidewalk Dance Theatre performs

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The Santa Fe Fall Festival of the they dance with a high energy level. '"meet-the-performers" reception
I Performing Arts rings down the curtain After the performance, there will sponsored by the Starke Woman's
tonight on its most successful be the popular Club.
season with a presentation of the I
Sidewalk Dance Theatre, an exciting i
from professional Tennessee.The modem. dance company Starke Family Planning Clinic ,

I performance,which free and Tubal Ligation (Tubes tied) .:
open to the public will begin at 8 p.m. I
in the Starke Woman's Club. & Vasectomies :,
The Sidewalk: dance company was I
begun with the primary goal of No Hospital stay necessary No Abottions performed.
III IIIja presenting dance of high quality
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dance devotee and the uninitiated
dance audience. .i
The highlight of the evening may
well be the upbeat version of "Little
Red Riding Hood,"choreographed by
New York Affiliate artist Matthew LOOKING 'GLASS
Diamond. This version combines the
familiar old tale with sophisticated sntiNG CENTER442F
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bad wolf appears destined to catapult W. Madison St.
into the audience as he leaps over the 964.8547
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.. Starke Plaza
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her claim of a tortured -
teased childhood.The Announce our New Service ofSculptured
I A.Ctioil.. Members of the Sidewalk Dunce Company leap Into ac Sidewalk dancers are well
trained in
acting as well
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Hon during a remit pt'rrol'ln.ant'f' They bring heir multiple skills speaking and
talents to the I'ot..rke Woman's (tub tonight. singing while


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Blood Test Results Accident US-301 Rarkus. Magyar! got into his !truck $200 Damage to the parked unoccupied ( register for free drawing.
Accident< on US-301 South of StarkeA and started backing up in an attemptto 1974 Ford was$6110 in the 2.33 4j
pin the pedestrians between his a.m.aC'ldent.Bond .
The laboratory results show a .17 Tampa woman was cited for truck and a parked vehicle,according for Magyar! was set at $500 ''ia,
percent alcohol blood level for the violation of right of way and the occupants to witnesses. for leaving the scene and $300 for
driver of the vehicle which was.involved of two ('arspre treated and The pedestrians. Billy Alvarez and DWI lie was released: from the coun- : %iV 20% off New SetsGood
in the accident on north US 301 released at Bradford County Hospital Gene Clemons,were both injured and ty jail on his own recognizance.
November 2, according to Trooper B following an accident November 14 taken to Bradford County Hospital 11/28 thru 12/04
A. Williams. The accident occurred six miles southof Damage to the 1978! CMC truck was
A supplemental report of the accident Starke on US 301 when a pickup 111 --- r r-- .1 1 .
which resulted in the death of truck was crossing the highway and
Mr. Atilla Toth has been filed in (the failed to the approaching vehicle.The -
County Clerk's Office by the Florida truck driven by Teresa Sue Fye,30 of Factory Authorized :fGOa.OOQ. on Sate
Highway Patrol Tampa was strut in the left side by
Off-duty (city policeman Nelson the right front fender of the 1975 Ford.
Jackson, driver of the northbound The Ford was driven by Dorothy Mae
vehicle, was also injured in the accident Rollins of Archer Inventory Reduction Sale
)but has been released from the Taken to the hospital were the
hospital. Jackson. and Jerry Miller drivers of both vehicles and
also an off duty policeman, who v'a*, passengers in the Rollins vehicle
in his vehicle but not involved In the Barbara 33, Le, 3 and Sara BOY km,
accident, voluntarily gave blood age 12 Tiara, 8 and Jerome Rollins,
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following the accident.
Damage to the truck was $1,000
In the supplement report Miller 's Damage to the Ford was $2,(XX), according II EiID Ford Motor Credit
vehicle is listed as the third vehu.:le t a to Trooper! W. I>. Langston. Nothing Down
non-contact vehicle) involved in the .. .
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was,Williams., ,0a Re'cent,.a.acordlnfc, 'tlf.. Starke ManChargedLeaves'Accident' [ 'V 4' 82 Bronco's ? o Rebate

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changed to provide the same penalty Donald Ray Magyarl, 38 of Starkewas
for driving with unlawful blind charged with leaving the scene of
alcohol level: ail that of driving while an accident with bodily injuries and ((1)) Escort 4 Dr. Escort
intoxicated To constitute DUVAL, driving while intoxicated Nov. 11 ((1)) 4 DrGL .
only proof of an alcohol reading of ,,10 following an accident on US-301: in the
percent is needed While to constitute Gator's Den Parking lot Automatic Squire Wagon 'Demo
DWI,impairment of faculties must he Magyar! had been in a fight with
proved according to the rrport two pedestrians near the Gator's Dm, 1 U. / OO 10 7Ti '200 Rebate
The Grand Jury meets Nov. 18 to according to Investigator Steve -"'-'--, Financing /O
hear "- Rnancing
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By Mark Frledlin
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,. The old fashioned"General Stores" stance and other grocery buyers." "They used to fit the bill but the
.. have all but disappeared from the Johnson started his store back in modern operations are a lot more profitable
American Landscape, victims of 1957 after taking over from his sister, ," he said. "We're missing out
-r sprawling supermarkets andS Nettie Starling of Starke. The original on something though, folks really used
marketing surveys, multi-acre park- building goes back to the 1930's and is to gather around."
= ing lots and the wonders of modernS bearing its age proudly in this age of
: food processing, but some people steel and glass. Back in the 1700's general stores
5 wonder if something not quite asa were born in a single room. Then they
tangible has been lost in the process. "Some people have said to me, why quickly changed into community
:: don't you get a new building but I'm centers where gossip was exchangedby
:S Starke's A.R.Johnson is one of the kind of proud of the way this one has womenfolk, where opinions were 6
2 ones who thinks the old general stores held up, Johnson says. "Everything expressed around potbellied stoves,
:S:: served as more than just a place to I need is right here on hand." where traveling salesmen traded new ,N
:: buy goods, they functioned as a kind from 'down the road apiece.' rq :
5 of community center for the local lie has an office set up in the back
-": folks to gather at and discuss what room that is a marvel of efficiency for Proprietors of general stores had T
V,: was going on in town. its size, cluttered with records amd everything to sell, from ribbons, to
mementoes of the days gone by. firkins of pickles, to anvils to sterop-
1": Johnson should know, his Feed tician slides of sepia views of county
5: Grain and Farming Equipment Store "Starke has changed quite a bit courthouses city parks, and seashore
::: used to be an old fashioned General since I've been here," he says. "I scenes destined to fill table baskets in
!; Store in the truest sense of the word. remember when there were more dirt front parlors.
E F "I had to stop selling groceries, you streets than there were paved ones. I f 9Mm i M. N
:;; just can't compete with the chain went to the old elementary school thatis Today synthetic general stores
w: stores," Johnson said. "We cut it all torn down now, but it was quite a often do a Saturday afternoon
-V back about five years ago. Business is place in those days." business every day, ringing up profitson
s fine in the feed and grain business but Johnson says he thinks Hwy. 301 an 1880 cash register retrieved
g no, it isn't quite the same. Plenty of was mainly responsible for building'up from an antique shop. Teenagers -'
r.:: people still come around to talk but Starke as a city, and he says you perhaps preside behind the candy
:: you don't get to meet some of the dif. won't be able to find old general case that originally was tip-toed up to .
V ferent people, housewives, for in when Granddaddy was just a boy. A
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'" r The old structure was oritfiitalh built in the IJCWs.: has of the "West strictures in Sl.uke,still in arlite use.
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1 fact survivors of (the last century. But four brothers have scattered far and .Bu) doe have some" ilvr'p; .tools. I
: they are in constant danger of being wide. One brother. )Leslie, still lives here in Slarkt1." A It. said "I ('...n'l
if i! cleaned out by more and more here and works for the DuPonl Com. Ihink of a liner place lo live "
'. :: + American Travelers, usually lured by
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stores have branched out into the : 3.5'
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c 1 ____ decline. They now produce their own 0f1 6p1l
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BCT Staff Writer does not appear feasible for small power plant construction. S F
commercial buildings in Florida Under the sponsorship of the Electric RffF CE OP
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grades both high and low. powered air-conditioning could now in the data analysis stage. yy WORK MATE
HM The system was graded well reduce the utility's everincreasingpeak EPRI is funding 80 percent of the project ,,.
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Many scheduled executions' have Deer Collides Two Receive Stiff $1.060 fine and attend driving while In-
Same Vehicle Man Found
. Keeps been blocked pending resolution of a toxicated school. Hawkins driver'slicense
FLIP Troopers Busy Beside Railroad Tracks key Florida death penalty questionnow With Pickup On 100A DWI Sentence is suspended for 10 years and
before a federal appeals court In deer crossing the highway six before he must complete 50 hours community -
Judge George
Following the arrest of a Lawtey A 36-year-old man was found Atlanta. Appearing service under the control of the
man his truck involved in accident beside the miles south of Starke was struck by a Pierce In Bradford County Traffic
was an seriously Injured lying The issue under consideration by Salvation Army. He will be on proba
and another man was arrested train tracks Vfc mile south of the pickup Nov. 9. Court this week were two men who under the control of
the 11th U. S. Circuit Court of tion for 180 days
Appealis Robert A. Powers, 31, of Starke, received the sentence for more than
November 11,all within an hour or so, Seaboard crossing on SR-221 near whether the Salvation
Florida the Army
according to Trooper B. A. Williams. Hampton early Tuesday. Thesheriff's now-defunct SupremeCourt's driving a 1980 Toyota pickup was one offense of driving while intox (
practice of lookIng
Roy Edward Knight 32, of Lawteywas department is still unsure of southbound on SR-100 when a deer attempted icated.
arrested in Hampton November how the man got there. at secret psychological reports to cross the highway and was Luther D. Henderson, charged with
11 and charged with driving while in- Harold West of Astatula Fl. said he without Inmates'telling defense lawyersviolated struck by the pickup. driving while intoxicated, was found
toxicated, wilful-wanton reckless boarded the train in Baldwin and was rights.'I Damage to the pickup was $400, ac guilty and had his driver's license News Of Record
driving and refusing to sIgn the cita- beaten, robbed of his clothes and and Meanwhile Leslie R., Jones Douglas, Death Ray Row Meeks inmates cording to Trooper !B. A. Williams. revoked indefinitely and will spend From Circuit,Court
tion. The arrest took place at 4:10: thrown from the freight train by two 30 days in the county jail. Henderson
p.m according to Trooper Williams. black men. West received severe under earlier death warrantsare must pay a $1,060 fine, attend driving Scheduled for trial the week of Nov
While the trooper was at the county head and back side Injuries, was con seeking reprieves from the while intoxicated school and will be 22 in Bradford County Circuit Court
Jail with Knight, Knight's 1969 Dodge scious but unable to move when he scheduled Nov. 16 executions. Meeks News Of on probation for 180 days under the are two cases involving Florida State
pickup, driven by Ricky Carl Nor- was found. Stat-Flight took West to was granted a delayed execution by a Record direction of the Salvation' Army. He Prison inmates. :
man, 18, of Starke. hit a vehicle in Alachua General Hospital where he is U. S. District Judge Maurice Paul in DWI Arrests must complete 50 hours of community Inmate Donald Perry, charged with :
Hampton. Norman left the scene and listed in serious condition, accordingto Tallahassee Nov. 10.Jones received a service or 25 hours if he donates a pintof aggravated battery and inmate in i
headed for Starke weaving in and out Investigator Don Denton. delay from U. S. District Judge Lynn According to the county trafficclerk's blood. possession of contraband; to wit a i
Higby Nov. 12. office the new driving while intoxicated is scheduled for Tuesday. .
of traffic at a high rate of speed accor- West apparently climbed aboardthe weapon
ding to witnesses. Norman lost con- freight train Illegally about 11 Meeks, 29, was sentenced for killing laws have not eliminatedthe Gerald Ray Hawkins charged with Inmate Ellis Johnson, charged ilh S
trol of the truck, left the highway, p.m. Monday and was either pushedor the manager of a Perry conveniencestore arrests for the same charge. Even driving while intoxicated, was found aggravated battery and possession of ;:
came back across the road where the fell from the train before midnight.A Oct. 24. 1974.Two weeks later he though the charge now carries a stiffer guilty and sentenced to 30 days in the a weapon by a state prisoner is ;
truck rolled over on its left side. brakeman aboard a passing train shot and killed a customer during a penalty the number of arrests in county jail. Hawkins must pay a scheduled for Wednesday.cV1 .
Norman was charged with driving noticed West Tuesday and robbery. Bradford County are still high.
while intoxicated reckless driving, notified the authorities.early The cool Jones, 32, of Smithfield, Va., was Otis William Waldron of Hamptonwas
sentenced to die for shooting arrested Nov. and :
refusal to sign two citations and leaving weather have kept West fromhlepdino liquor- 14 chanted
may '
store clerk Peter Petros In the head 'with driving while intoxicated, according 3
the scene of an accident with in- tn death ncpnrAinQ t/i the
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juries. EMT's. .g ----g during a robbery in Pensacola Dec. 2, < to Chief John Hodges. Waldronwas
1974. He also shot a customer,who lived arrested in Hampton on CR-221
for the DWI
was set at $500. West, who said he was bound for
Each of the other four charges was Wildwood, was found 61 feet from the to testify against him i driving a 1963 Chevrolet. TheMeat
set at $100. Norman was released on point where he landed on the granite ,One Car Accident ,recognizance.Walter Waldron was released. on his own
his own recognizance, according to rock track siding, Denton said. The
Trooper W. D. Langston. train's speed was estimated to be 70 On Forsyth RoadA -- Store
Bond for the DWI charge against mph. A bag of clothing and a bag of 1972 Pontiac received damages of Swindell of Starke was arrested -
Knight was set at$500. The remainingtwo blankets as well as two pair of boots $800 when it ran into a ditch Nov. 9 on | and charged with driving while
charges had bond set at $100 for were found in the area, causing the Forsyth Road. j intoxicated and driving while his __. _L 105
,them. Knight was released under his deputies to wonder about the story The vehicle driven by Frank Arthur ,]license was suspended. Swindell 56, Edwards Road
own recognizance. West told of being robbed of his Thomas, 30, of Hampton was south- was stopped to Trooper on SR-100 M. N.in Smith Starke, according
clothes. bound on Forsyth Road at 9:40: ,
p.m. Bond for the 9648290FLA
DWI was set at $300.)
Norman appeared in Bradford The accident is under investigationsaid
failed to stop at Meng Dairy Road and
5ond for the
was set at $200.
;'County Traffic Court Nov. 15 on an Denton.
into the ditch
ran according to
Swindell; was released
'October on
1 charge of wilful-wanton Trooper B. A. Williams. surety
'reckless driving and attempting to t bonds TENDER FLA PREMIUM 3
'elude a police officer. Norman was Graham Signs Two
sentenced by Judge George Pierce to I BASTEDTurkey WHOLE
serve 15 days in the county jail and More Death Warrants Mark L. Abramson M.D.
'pay of fine of
a $118.
Governor Bob Graham ordered two
more Death Row inmates Carl Ray UROLOGY Fryers i
Songer and Marvin Francois to the
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With Careless DrivingLuis against 32-year-old Songer, who was Bradford Hospital every other Wednesday 8:30: 11 am ,
condemned in the 1973 slaying of a
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accident Nov. 11 on US-301 south of 23, 1973. Songer's original Oct. 8, 1980 .ID.
Starke. date with death was blocked by the 'Give Yourself A Break Cut, Wrapped and Labeled
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I Sportsmen open hunting season with a bangHunting .- I Girl Scout News I Iby

at the Camp Blanding "It was a real good first weekend," runs through January 6. In a change be taken.Spring gobbler season is the .
wildlife management area is going Garrison noted. He attributed it to from last year there will be no closed next chance to get the Thanksgiving
like gangbusters with last Saturday'sstart several things, including good fawn week for deer and no fall turkeys will bird at Blanding EavesThis I
of the general hunt season. success. "These ---- -
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1 Opening weekend at Blanding' cycles,"
i (Nov. 13-14) saw 1,816 hunters work He added, "hopefully it has Waterfowl season beginsOne I week we are highlighting the r1"
the woods and succeed om taking 80 something to do with the change in Hampton Cluster of Bradford Union i i4ND
deer, 19 hogs, a couple quail and 23 our antler rule from 5 inch limit to 1 of Florida's most popular hunting Commission. Neighborhood. Faye Larkey is tJv o* I
squirrels And Blanding wildlife Inch I think we're seeing some ef seasons Is for ducks and coots Goodwin said the second phase will Cluster Chairman as well the leaderof
manager Jim Garrison says that feels of It. I think we're getting some And waterfowls will have a chance to be open from Dec. 11 through Jan. 17, the newly formed Cadette Troop.
when Kill-unofficial counts from Monday better breeding stock now and we're harvest a variety of these migrating 1983. Shooting hours will be from one- Andrea Abrams assists her with the
and Tuesday are added in the seeing better -acks" waterfowl when the season' starts balf hour before sunrise to sunset. Cadettes. founder of Girl Scouts Juliette Gordon -
deer kill count is already well! over 100 The racks aren't the only thing on November 24. In Leon County and Lake Mic- The Cadettes are working on the Low better known as Daisy -
after Just four days. the increase. Garrison said already 3 "The first phase of the regular cosukee in Jefferson County water- Challenge of Being a Girl Scout. They whose birthday is October 31.
These figures compare very or 4 bulks In the 170 to 180 pound season will be held from Nov. 24 fowl hunting is permitted only on recently visited Ronald McDonald Brownie Troop 690 were all in ,
favorably with the counts of 54 deer range have been brought down at through Dec 5," said Tom Goodwin, Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays House in Gainesville and enjoyed costume (even, the leaders) last
and 13 hogs killed in the first two days Blanding chief of the Bureau of Wildlife during the two phases of the open skating at the Skating Palace. Thursday. They air-bobbed for appleson
of the 1981 hunt season at Blanding. General season at the local reserve Resources for the Division of Wildlifeof season. Their meetings are every Tuesdayat a string, enjoyed a fish pond
the Game and Fresh Water Fish 5 at the Victory Baptist played pin the stem on the pumpkin,
L.. A_ _, .... ---. f.m. made felt and of
I 4 Chapel pumpkin magnets
course had a birthday cake decoratedin
Sun Fun Run SlatedLocal Leaders for the Hampton Junior orange and black. Everyone
taESNRAKfC Troop 55 are Faye Lackey and Rita brought snacks which were a big hit.
i Guida. That troop meets Mondays Brownie Troop 311 had a costume
"7 iJ- from 3 to 4:30 at the school. parade last Friday evening at their
'....:;;,;;:::;:" T running enthusiastis should begin gearing up for the 4th Annual Juniors are working on the Com- meeting, they awarded prizes for the
Autumn Sun Fun Run to be held in Starke November 27. munity Safety badge. They took a scariest funniest and most original
Runners may compete in either the 10,000 meter(6.2 miles) race or the one i safety hike recently while working on costume. The also played games had
Avoid the rush I let do mile fun run. I I this badge. Last month the troop en- refreshments and sang happy birthday -
us your holiday baking. Trophies will be awarded to first place winners in various age groups for joyed a tour of McDonalds in Starke. The Presbyterian FellowshipHall
men and women and overall trophies will go to the top male and female Leaders for Hampton Brownie was decorated with Halloween
Pits. many varietfos i breads dinner. finishers in both races.Also,the oldest and youngest runners will be awarded Troop 161 are Betsy Hersey and Linda posters colored the week before by
trophies and second and third place age group finishers will get prizes. Fisher, they meet every Wednesday the Brownies.
rolls,decorated cakes and cookies Race time is 9 a.m. from 3 to 4 p.m. at the school. Cadette Troop 520 had a part last
Applications are available locally through race coordinator Mrs. Ressie A big thank you to the leaders in week with everyone providing a treat
for Griffith and at the Telegraph, Community State Bank, and Sunshine Acres. Hampton cluster also to the support of for the celebration The scouts made
Thanksgiving. F re-registration fee is $4.50 and the entry fee will be$5 on race day. the church end school providing the and delivered Halloween cards to the '.....
k Age groups are-for men: 13-and-under, 14-19,20-25,26-29,30-39( 40-49,and meeting places. Starke Nursing Home. i I
; ; We will be A r.'enMondays '? 50-andover; and for women: 13-and-under,14-19.229( ,>>39,and40-and-over. Most of the scout celebrated They also contributed to the Juliette
Overall winners last were Frieda Chewning of Gainesville and Roger
...II BAKERY .,r ; unt A s year Halloween with a party honoring the Low World Friendship Fund.
; ( Sutton of the Ocala Track Club in the 10,000 meter run, and BUS runner Pam
13 DELIGHTS l Christmas Hawkins and Donald McGrary of Santa Fe Community College in the mile

..... ;:_ run.-- I FLORIDATHEATRE

Pastry 138 E Call 964-5890 Shop l-; News Briefs Con't I Starke 964.5451

T hll beat mattresses were
1'\ once filled with white Fri., Sat., Sun.
Arabian horsehair
Starke Man ChargedFor FliP Predicts ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER

Careless DrivingJohnnie 41 Holiday DeathsThere

Jackson, 67, of Starke was may be 41 fewer people who
Jones Convalescent Service Inc. will return home alive after the four-
cited for careless driving following an
accident Nov. 13 in a parking lot in day Thanksgiving holiday period
which starts November 2* said the

Providing NonemergencyMedical Starke.Jackson, driving a 1971 Plymouth, Florida Highway Patrol today.
"The countdown begins at 6:00: p.m. A 0rl'VIRSAL RIIASt( U
was backing into a parking space in a
Wednesday, November 24 and ends at
westwardly direction in Norman'sProduce
Transportationfor parking lot and allowed his midnight Sunday, November 28,
1982" reports Colonel Roger C. Collar 301 DRIVEINFri.
right front fender to strike a parked
director of the
vehicle. The parked vehicle, a 1977 acting Highway
wheelchair & stretcher patients Mercury received $50 damage. Patrol.Last year there were 48 fatalities, thru Mon.
Damage to the Plymouth was
with the last three years showing an A STEVEN SPIELBERG FILM
$50, according to Patrolman David
in Bradford & Clay Counties .. Crum. average The Thanksgiving of 41. holiday period

produces some of the heaviest traffic
of the year. Especially during the EXTHE
P.O. Drawer H first weekend.and last day of the holiday

964.6223 Starke, Florida EXTRA.TERRESTRIAL
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t, Abraham Cantux, M.D.General TIM Plus DON

E Medicine -- -- CONWAY KNOTTS'IN y(

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HUNDREDS OF DOLLARS, WITH OUR NEW Hours: 9-5 Mon.-Fri. 9.12 Sat. ,

PHONE 964.4668Curles
A Knockout Comedyl!

Showtime: 7:00oI

Suzuki Kawasakiof

Starke Four Family


LayA-Way for Christmas
Everything you can think of

p ANNUM.PERCENTAGE. The Sensation of SuzukiFour from A to Z. Cheap prices. 3

wheeler. LT 125 4x8. 5 speed reverse automatic clutch. Fun for 0-0. miles West of Starke, look for
< from the JR 50 up to the Grand GS 1100 our prices can't be beat.
sign. Fri., Sat., Sun.sosa.oosea4.
'r U.S. 301 S. Starke 964.6020
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Amount rtlanced 8000.00 Amount Financed 8000.00
48 Monthly Payments at 234.67 48 Monthly Payments at 214.03 it *>* $149Pecans
Finance Rate 15.99% Finance Rate 10,996. Oranges .. . .doz.

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-* Here's the financing deal you've; been waiting for. The chart above tells how qualified buyers can save w "f'l

a.:::" with this low 10?% Annual Percentage Rate. Actual savings will depend on the amount financed and -
the length of contract. Dealer contribution may affect consumer cost. We've got a great selection so
'come in now for details. You must take retail delivery by December 31, 1982. '

Fresh 89 *

,1I Cranberries .. l

Shelled 3.79.
$1.19. .,


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4 Celery Eggs .

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l Itll MODFl 2940 JOHN CYl, ( '
DEERE Tractor B42 hour, Pool landscaped yard Butler BR Apartments Legal
: like new 16000. Timber- .
with 2-5
jock Skidder W/EscoGrap OF
? ple S12.0OO. Barca 120 acre (20,000 down u ler Apartments : PUBLIC HEARING .
Balance financed at
loader SI2.000. Slasher CLAY COUNTY ."
10 percent, for 15 year. ] St. Lake Butler FL : COMMISSION MOil. CHANGING PERMITTED ""ADDING :
Ford Truck *) '
== 3.500 1970 Additional acreage ;: '. NAMES OF GROUP MINIMUM Lor SIZE FORT
available. Flexible terms. STORAGE
rough condihon-n..ds All on SR 18 near Worthmglon DING FEATURE PUBLIC IS $TANDARDS FOR NUIt5ING IIEQUIIIEME FOR
r repair. make bid will tell Spring, Phone RENT HEREBY that ING HOMES HOSPITALS STORAGE OF

"II Dec 2 to the hlghe bidder 496-3625. TFN 7/22. 85 carpeting draperies the Board'NOTIFIED of County AND DAY CARE PETROLEUM PRODUCTS.
4 Farmer and Dealer Butler. Commiulon... of..Cloy
3.. Bank Shand Howard, REALESTATE more .stove and on-sight laun-* Coun'v. Florida. will COn' CENTERS ADDING: SECTION PALM 20 ADDING'MINIMUM RIDING LOT
:: 496-2101, Itchg 1/18 10/1. duct a public hearing to
:: TWIN BEDS H.od board, RENT con.ld.r aft ordinance ACADEMIES
from.., box firm consider o. ollows:
: spring
;: mottrex excellent condition LOOKING FOR a special .
or piece property 904 ***** *** DELETING SPECIAL EX. ,
i '150. Marlin 3030. like don't have It, III find it-Just tin CLAY COUNTY AME,,!' lACK
n.w, bought bait year. le.* ak----JANE S. USHER DING SECTION 4. DELETING OF

firm. Phon. 496-3574, 496-2903, eve*.. "Your feet Today IONS OF GROUP EXCEPTIONS EXCEPT LAKES AND STORAGE

.t. $175 washer $125 dryer NEEDSCall Venero Brown I." ZONES OTHER THAN COURSES SERVICE STA.. 01 HELIPORTS
i $75 .moll chest freecer 496.3022, Sandy Haten HEUPADS AND IAN-
i $100, lorg. upright frost 496.3994 eve or Gerri lennon TO HOME OCCUPATION MARKETS TO USES Pel. DING STRIPS ADDING

'free freeier $150 I qu..n 4'J6-3' 140. Tiffin and IT R E QUI I REM f N T 5 MITTED, DELETING. GROUP HOMES AND

I bedroom suite cost over Owen. Inc. Realtor Rt. 2 .. '. .' DELETING RESERVOIR SPECIAL EXCEPTIONS COMMERCIAL RADIO,
$2,000 n.w.3 month old- Box 788 Lak. Butl.r, FL. .' ARTIFICIAL O LAKES AND TELEVISIONS AND
I: now $ 5O. stereo $100, tfn chg. 8/6. IMPOUNDMENTS. TED: SECTION 23 AO. MICROWAVE STATIONS
maple desk $60 double CHANGING RE.


WASHER: $250. FABRICS: In stock. $3 a woman Union County Realtor PROVISIONS FOR DELETING RE. COMPOSITION OF

C Philco Color TV $200 Kirby yard Phone 496-2219 or or 496.2903 SMALLER LOTS WHEN QUIREMENTS FOR TRAF BOARD MEMBERS AND

Voccum Cleaner $75. 496-3143 11/23. Main St., Lake Butler APPROVES CENTRAL FIC STUDY, DElETING CHANGE REMOVAL

after 3:30: 496-3573. 3tchg CRAFT Crochet home. FACILITIES ARE ADDED TO USES pElMIT. 31 CHANGE REMOVAL

G 11/1811/2112/2. and other needle work favorite AVAILABLE: SECTION 12 TED: SECTION 21 FROM OFfiCE: SECTION


20 ocr.. and I 14X70 mobile the home of Georgie to completely fenced and cross- GROUP HOMES: SEC' FOR HELIPORTS AND EXCEPTIONS AND

home, 3 bedroom, 2 bath, Muelle, Worthington SprIngs ,fist. Worthington Spring ION 13 DElETING HELIPADS: SECTION 25 VARIANCES TO FEE

4 Inch. deep well-real Fla, 9 aim until 5 near SR-100! and County In.. MINIMUM LOT WIDTH ADDING PRIVATE UTILI SCHEDULE: OF CLAY
nice need ome cash to horse, or chicken farm. Also OFF WATER; SECTION 14,
assume this low Interest WILL BABYSIT: In my home, llpd : Double-wide mobile home CHANGING NAMES OF TELEVISION AND 825 AS AMENDED BY

mortgage. Coll Charles good location In Raiford buildings, large shelter with con GROUP HOMES AND AD. MICROWAVE STATIONS CLAY COUNTY OA.

Blackwelder. broker Call Jane 431-1743 3tchg shelter (two) 1-ton feed bins. DING PROVISIONS FOR MARINE FACILITIES AND DINANCE 82'6: PRO'

$ 4963859 TFN III II. 11/18 11/23ond 12/2. 2 ponds Front SR and back pro. SALE OF ALCOHOliC HELIPORTS AND VIDING AN EFFECTIVE
51 \ cr.... Completely fenced and BEVERAGES AS A PART MITTED DELETING DATE.
:::. c.",.t M.t *.1.< looclol, S.I.. SPECIAL EXCEPTIONS
: ..ih w_.4.Y Sfockor '. furn. with one acre SR-121 FACILITIES: SECTION 15
.. VI**rmi>I... lc>f." C." ADDED TO USES PERMIT.
:: ":MPMFoodo, but wo try Ml. h.,..... Uulom..! Spring and LoCro.... Very at TED:; SECTION 26 AD. meeting
:: 1"lo lolo
4M QUIREMENTS DelETING held inh' Commission
Ovr 13 SoturdofItch .
::.. :nil /rld.r' s..prlmr. Month Alachua.to Gainesville, High Spr PATIO REQUIREMENTS DING AIRPORTS LAN.' m.'ing room Clay
:: REDUCING RECREATION County. Courthou...
AREA TO 10%. CHANG Green Cove Springs
s North Florida 4 BR 2 BA. Fronts three roads ING SITE PLAN RE. 'MITTED. CHANGING Florida ontlov.mber23.

= Farmers Livestock Market, Inc. large family and entertaining. QUIREMENTS; SECTION IQUIREMENTS DISTANCE RE- 1982. a' 7:30 P.M. at
i. ((2...,. N..41.11.. U I. 441 1..1 Tel.City) mortgage to qualified buyer. 16 REQUIRING sIre SPECIAL which tame and place
011''..(104)711) .Uri. Let..CII,. H. By the | Completely furnished. On PLANS ONLY FOR 3 DELETING EXCEPTIONS SPECIAL EX- anv and all persons In.
i Jochioiwlilo ...... Me..., lob too -229. ACRES OR MORE: SEC' ter.molt may present
J rlorlrfo. Floyd. ....... .W.. will be alo4KfciOfivlllo High .kitchen with bar den w/large ION 17 CHANGING CEPTIONS ADDED TO any for or ogan.t,
agtiit In
,. W. W.I.,.... ..-, Soli."., ...tag ..you... lolllnomW4)FSI .. Near Lulu-b.tw.en Lake City USES PERMITTED IN. USES PERMITTED 'he' proposed Ordinance
( ) ..rr 7$2.o* year! II....... CLUDE DAY CARE CHANGINGSTANDAIIDS for consideration by the
... ,
H. )5 al.4.rzS k FOil ELECTRICAL POWER
:5 t CENTERS. GROUP County Commlu'on.


of Any Kind
,All work guaranteed /
I FIND GOOD 496-3398

HUNTING .IN. ,, THE.: ) EtarlencS :- f@ tfi ....Starke Ads _; ,, I Ij

CLASSIFIEDSPHONE stops to a more beautiful

Cosmetics. For a complimentary

: 964-6305 facial, call collect SERVICES SERVICESGLASS FOR SALE.

I Diane Taylor REWARD lost small beagle

904)259-2287( ) BILL'S SAW SHOP: Complete CUT TO ORDERt In vicinity of US-301 N. Tattooed OWNER
I Door, windows, etc
'in 699B.
ear. Call
sharpening service, circular JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY II, 2 both CH ';A.
964.7312.10'21( tfn
hand, carbide, 96/.607'. Order also FOUND Whit. fireploce. vaulted ceiling,
I 1 chain mower blade hollow
Keystone Heights Ads p ground and balanced taken in lake BUtler, vicinity of Boyle*.Highway many extra, screen

leave Jackson Building 496-3079 and Keystone Church. Very friendly call porch private garden
Heights13.1973.226' tfn 964.6653.1I/11tpd 1610 so. ft. financing

i\ PERSONAL FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR RENT WANTED Supply Height In or Starke.Lake Keytsone Butler PROFESSIONAL Car Clean.. .REWARD, Offered for return "$94,900. Appt 473-2$69

Ing Service. Cleaned, bl B mth old male Stame** after 9 p.m. II 04 4tchg;

SERVICES LAKE LOT on sand bottomedlake OFFICE SPACE facing NURSERY WORKER for 34 ALCOHOLICS TFNchg washed, vacuumed, cat. to whit house on connor 11 25 .
WATERBED Kingsize. $250. next ta Tharsa 12 a 70 3 BR. 2 both,1."p.
In Hillcrest. $800 Lawrence Blvd. Next doorto yr. olds during 11 a.m. ser ANONYMOUS Phone anitiied. and deodoriied community
:' CARPENTER WORK down $146.44 per month. Solid wood pedestal and Andrew Drug.. Also vice Keystone UnitedMethodist 964-5148 7.00, pickup andd.liv.red center or .contactBobby's do living room'firepldcecentral .

: Remodeling work kitchen Phone 473-4058 or frame, mattress, heater, several large office for Church. Call or, 9647619. or your place. Produce, air. fully ,

: cabinet, and trim 473-4367 after 6 liner and *heet*. 473-7281 'rent in rear of building 473.3829./4, | tfnchgLOSTFOUND SEWING TFchg Call 964-7226. ask for Denni Thvresta.. IB Itpd ceiling' 'fan; carpe

: carpenter. Reasonable p m.lO/ltfnchg I or 475-1903. 11/18 Itpd facing Flamingo. Call MACHINES *. 12/10 tfnFAMILY pliances, excellen} tcoidition. -
prices. Call 473-2477 after BEAUTIFUL LAKE GENEVA 1971 FORD COURIER 173.311110/1 I tfnchg REPAIRED: All makes HAIRDESIGNERS MISCELLANEOUSOWN must 'see 10' ap

: 530pm. 10/1tfnchg access lots from $5.500 Speed, topper, AM/FM. COMPLETELY FURNISHED cleaned oiled and ad- predate: ".900. .".sf33.

CARPENTRY AND MASONRY $500 down $71.74 Cassette. Phone 473 3307. house on Spring Lake, 2BR jutted $15. Workguoront..d 1 II IB I
per 11,81 ltchgHOUSE28R. LOST CHINESE PUG. male, lid W. Call St. ,YOUR OWN Jean- I. Itpd ?w -rswwjr
: WORK month. Discount A/C $225mo.$200deposit.
Building patios, on entire 3
fawn with black face Lastteen 964-7303 BEDROOM FRAME
2 .
: addition, remodeling 10 ocr_*. One waterfrontlot. Bath living Call 264-5354 after Strickland corner Morgan SportswearInfant.
home and tile work. Freeestimates Call 4734375. 10/1 room dining room.br.aklo.t 6. tfnchg 10/1 Hillcrest Oaks Rd. Rd. and Hwy 16. TFNchg Open. Preteen or ladies Apparel' HOUSISCr..n'po'ip' 2acr.
Answers "Wrinkle. ... Carpeted.0 tott! ofstras
to T.W.ftF 9 ill ISO Store. .
room family Offering all nationally
S' Phon. 473 4473 tfnchg NICE new 2BR 2 Bathhouse CHAIN LINK FENCE: Install
room screen porch Reward offered. Call Mary Thur. II AM til 7 PM known brands : $32.500. 964 8727.
: during day 10/1 tfnchg COMMERCIAL PROPERTY on $300 /Mo. Call ed. Free estimate. HandyMan .
i TREEWORK: Pruning deadwood corner of Lawrence Blvd. garage. Financing 473.3752.3tchg 11/4-18 Horp.r 473-3903 11/11 Fence Co., owner Set. 9 AM III 3 PM such as Jordoche. Chic. 11,11 3tchg II ''25 <
and available. Located on King 1 Itpd ApolnthIHat L... Lav), Vanderbilt 1 ACRE :ell! SR.I6JE: 3
cut, stumps removed Flamingo near SR-100 2 lATH with fireplaceon Tommy Reddish 964 8559.
: local references. and SR.21 Intersection St. facing Park of the lake Geneva. Across tfnpd 982TYPEWRITER Always Necessary. Calvin Klein Wranglerover bedroom 1't bath d9n.

2 473-3851 evening. 1...parat. office complexes Palm.. Coll 4732604. from city park CH/A HELP REPAIR Call hum 200 other ..,....... central heat 'air; "c -'p.,

2: I ll/1t-182tchg I corner lot with entrances 11/18 Itchg gorgeous beach front, WANTEDFEMAUROOMMATIPrlvot. the Office Shop 110: W. BABYSITTING) Toddlers and $7.900 to $16.900 Includes nice front porch."$47l5oO.:

PAINTING and wallpaperservice on 3-sldes of $450/mo., 1st and lost Call St., Stark, for detail. up. 7 aim to 6 p.m. Will beginning' inventory air- term or cash. 964-547,1.
*. Interior and ex building., Owner financed. FOR RENT month and security 964.5764. tfn pickup from school Call fore for on* to FashionCenter II IB tin |

terior. Painting pressure with low interest rate. Call deposit. Phone 473-7086 Brooker 15.1861.23 tfn training, fluturet. I ACREs 'in town 3

washing and repairs, 473-4920 or 4733411 after 6 p.m. 111 I 8 tfnchg matter bedroom with full WANTEDAXLES 11/11 grand opening. promotions bedroom. 2 full baths, ,

Reference available IO/1Hnrhg COTTAGE ON LAKE MOBILEHOMSi Doublewide, bath available immediate NEED EXTRA MONEY Inter Call Mr. loughlin central heat air, double

473-3651 evening. 170 fOliO XL: Red convertible JOHNSON: 2 Bedroom fully unfurnished 3BR., 280'h.S25Omo..fl..t 'ly. Call 473.2800.venmgs, views or. being taken for ((612)g3.130I1.'l' / Itpd carpet, attached ta utilityand
y 11/11.I.21chg good condition furnished home. $200 and lost II/IIIIpd ft TIRES: 2 axles -I4 Avon PRIES Kittens, ..,..., 6
large washer
Representatives. Call old
2 IN HOMI CARE for elderly S2.250. Call 473-3903. per month. On. year $250 security/Adult only. tire. W. pickup $100: Ramona Craps. 782-3068. week old. ..6.669.II, |( dryer area, dining .
2 Daytime and/or nighttime.Reference 11/18 Itpd lease. Contact owner Call 473-3903 11/18 ItpdGATORBONE NOTICE You deliver $125. Olin Itpd separate
Q *. Imoiean Martin GREAT INVESTMENT OP. 904.396-4692 ol'er" 6pm. LAKE 'lovely' 3 Mobile Home Sales, Hwy. 10/21"'pd 11/IB room, dishwasher, gejr-
!'. 473-3346. Itpd 11/18 PORTUNITYi Two beautiful 11/11 3tpd 11/25 BR, I Bath home with 100 W Stark. 964-5606. CHILD CARE My horn. Two bog disposal wall to wall
homesites, 3 acre each In CH/A. study, washer CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING TFchg openings 2 to 9 _.. Artactivities Whoa Yea Place carpeting drape, including .
Belmore Creek Clay County. should be submitted to the exercises, learning $47,900
Lot 12A. Nicely wooded S37S/Mo: lake Region Monitor officeIn glassware In pink green, activities. 964-9610. Remember This cash, ....$471. II

$13,000. Lot 13A. SILVER LAKE ACCESS.3 BR, 1 writing. and paid credit In advance blue and yellow. Contact "/" tinCUSTOM Unto Vera*: J M. 1'\ BAi CHftA. wall }owell
unless I I.
heavily wooded--mony both furnished Laura Pocket FARM SERVICES drape,j
at carpeting
garage, Change 14
\ Satur. already established with
d days, 7 pMr and Sunday oak, 15000. By owner Steve Broadway CH/A. $250/Mo: this office.' Bldg In Waldo or call Bulldozing land.clearing The More acre. Ingr pool fencfd,

d; 2-5 p.m. Public invited /15.2197.11/19-DISK IIpdCREDENZA. solid TREE SERVICE LAKE GENEVA COTTAGE 1 Monitor staff cannot beheld '468-9443 Thur., Frl., Sat.ft plowing disking. gra. VtMI Tell. and cross fenced 10% VJAAssumabl
:\} 10/1 Ifnchg.t lit, furnished lSS/Mo.; for Sunday. 9/30 tfn planting spreader truck *. FHA or Cant.
f mahogany. Duncan Fife OFFICE SPACE.downtawn responsible WANTED TO BUY SILVER The More
; ALCOHOLICSANONYMOUS Removal mistake classifieds service, fertilize lime 783-3236. 172500. IIItpd / .
:.! Closed replica. Very good condition next to State Farm, when ad I I.on tok.n over the COINS 1964" and older. seed, dolomite. Call You Sell!
30 .
opprox Imately .
yr Keystone Center Sterling gold filled.
or gold Homer
meeting Monday I p.m Trimming telephone ; Hart.
old. $400. Call 473-3545
$I 601 Mo: Keystone J. R. Bullington 9646250.
!j Open meetings Friday 8 HSRBSi So,. Nov. 20. Wid.varl.ty. Classified deadline I I. 11/11 tinPARENTS Dial
Heights 11/11 tfnWANTED
...-: Free Estimate Realty. Inc.,
Alanon. 8 Haw would
p.m. Monday Tuesday to !
noon prior your Classified Ads
Including,: basil REALTOR, 473-4961. TO BUYiSmall concrete
; p.m. All meeting at child like to letter .
Thursday publication. get a MU4XOSToday
dill marjoram thyme cat 1l/18tfnchg miss 964-6062.
Educational Building Community nip. 75 cents each 473.4732 Minimum I charge I. 15 from SANTA CLAUS. Toreceive Get Results
.): or tray 11/11 2tchg 1118LOT
; Church 473.2790 or words for $2.79. then 10
0 personalized
of nine different herb.
A OR LARGER to rent. Fully
.(: OVERIATERS 479-2130. 10/1 ANONYMOUS tfnchg S5.99. lake Hall Road 315. After 5 P.M. Call Doris cent for' each word set up >ond ready for hand written latter, help i
beyond Intersection of thereafter' your child writ a letter to
1983 14x64 trailer to be
No due, fee. putonf
or .
weighin eystone Heights 474-2210
; 214 and 319. look for sign. Call after 9 p.m.. .Slate end with SI to Santa
('. open meeting Tueiay 473-3896. 11/18 1tpdHuntley I YARD SALE General
7:30 SI Anne's 961.5580.11/1$ 2tpd 11/25 Delivery tesoedoesn't
: p.m.
SHARE S'orke.: Fla. 32091. 11/18
.S Episcopal church Keystone A RIDE to westslde ;

: Height, 473-2790 Pearce Set. Ha_. M.,'-'1''Wenl.riecloches Jacksonville M.F; 7.... I llchg ..
"t 10/IHnchg dial 9-8.. ...' phone 473-4884. Itchg WANT TO DRINK? The,.

..i'BINGO lion Club acres Redfcam's ipllanc Repair cellent cOfHllt..... HWY 109 11/18 your business. Want to

from high school Tuesoys., SERVICESEfecMC led. ,G......,; bhnd! ROOMMATE ,WANTIOt To slap? Those'ourI ALCOHOLICS fit

1" Early Bird 7 p.m.; Regular All I Work Guaranteed White Elephant. P.... 11/18 hare expenses. .In 2 ANONYMOUS,
1Fri.. -
7:30 p.m. Public Invited. ,bedroom trailer call. ".4150. 961.11316, I
lOll tfnchg. .All B ants, .Including+Mkrewave .. Set.,. tta*. It.., j.f.:: 964-6769. 11/18 "Itpd )964-6894.il/1813tpd

t MORTGAGES first and *... T e73.1340 Serving Lake. Region Beeks. tables, ,chelrs,* "NEEDED: Fulltime live In BRAOPORO StPTK URVKCi .sell itCa11964.6305

r ; cond. mode and bought. (904)( ) '"-6174 several' heavy duty: position, qualified care Residential, pump-auts. .

Free) Inspection Llkin and 173.1282OIeplbs I:. bvlMoser puUlee,' plants'; I for convalescent;will cook':, $59 we also re-lay drain
: ?
pad ... '....... maintain home '"
; Aoc. 3100 University 1n.ny .r .. land your "-. .....,21. II/IB tfn ,
':2 i Blvd.. Jacksonville, Fl., First hews* cold of Partvna ,Very good references, call'
S 32216 or phone 1-725-6004.. '...a.Iyfre, W.,.-. Stacie after 3 ,.Ift.,.Thuror *.-
; CIf Valor HOME j II/ Frl.7B2-3O89 until Hrs. Service:
licensed Mortgage)Brokerr. HEMODELM8KPA I I p.m. .....,.... 1520 South
Call Audrey or' St.v.1111.1224tchg .. ApplenetsCtay FOR SALEFIREWOOD SAT..SW.. NOV. 20-31. 10' It/18 Itpd .
of kinds. RCMTaMIilBfis
B Walnut .
L peed bike wooded sewIng $ .. at the Outfit-
IIrYIng IndfonII \; \ ....:9/13 tfnWill .
FrBB table cradfa ,,
1 baby I
1i C0gRfJt,. EstinutB: '473-2117. Bleck Jed, 0.. choir carrier. blankets tol' DO BUll '00251WORK.
r 473-4731 ehei S ".M. Mobil.., Off HWY100. Call .ft** 4 '; ."' .- .
1' UWTMM *ML..." .... John. Adams 1uldirs. Twin lake Rd. 473-3787.,. \ I 964.5$79C..p.r6' ",' .

M .. 1111. Itchg. : r Nwnry. J1/CW4tchglll25. it your size

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Ing, >I. Bllevlngl 212 Call 6'-4.13; T4..76; 24x36". 25 cents each. Used SURPLUS JEEPS cars and PIANO for your child, only HOMI PARK Mobile trailer, near Theresia. off taruiiHQaerrfr

St.,, 9 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. a'-S.40;9'-6.03.; 10'-99; 'in printing newspaper. truck available. Many tell $22.50/mo., plus small home and spaces for rent. SR 18, call 466 1980 otter-

YOU com see u. at our 11' 7.62; U-8.26. We Great, for minor repair 'for under $200. Call moving charge.All rent Recreational vehicle noon or evening. 11/18

now location. ""tfn manufacture, Jacksonville. job. Bradford County 313-7421143 Ext. 609 for and moving applies to pur- welcome. Phone 4682912. Itpd ." Q REALPTY

WHOLESALE AUCTION Call toll I fret Telegraph, f....6305. tin.DO Information on how to purchase chose Parramor Music 9/16 rin $ BR, 2 mile out of city """ '

7 1.8.342.2702.) tfn -DROP-IN BARGAIN 10/071tpd 11/18 .ESTAURANT.IQUIPMENT limit, nice, no pet. 2 r ...
every Thursday) .p.m. SCM 7000 HEAVY DUTY electric HOUSIl 301 South HUNTERS SPECIAL I 1976 Oak Mall Gainesville. for rent 964.6784. 9/09 tfn .
children 964 6365. ring
of morchandl.o'ovolloblo .
typewriter far sale at Suburban wheel drive 378 3626, 11/11 tfn MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT .m
964 6740. We buy and ; .
ovory, week the SPACIOUSl BR, 2 BA home 10 time. 11/18 Itpd A. PHONE 964.1116
Office Shop, 110 W, used ,furniture and appliance 350 eng 3/.. ton. $1850. One milo from Stark city '. '
Hundred of different Call: St.. Stork., $200. *. 8/13 tfnRECONDITIONED I Priced to elll Coll with CILIA, E. Coll St Lot limit, Clean Hwy. 16 E. ROOMS FOR RENT nice CECELIATERWIllEMH

Itomt. now merchandise.Evoryon 10X OFF Victor 120 Heavy TVSi Color 964-5606. 11/11 4tchg of storage. No pets Call Call ..68-1323. 10/07 Hn room. TV, heat and wall 205 N. Temple, Starke

wolcomo 2313, Duty calculator. 0111c.Shop of 10000.', 12/02 964-5827 11/04 fin KITCHENEFFICIENCYRoom to wall carpet $45 and up
S.E Hawthorne Rd 110 W. Call St.' I Marling Call 964.9992.
? ., Trade-In's welcome. Phone 1977 CADILLAC Coup STARKE 3lR.. 1 BA. CB for rent ot low Peggy
Golne.vllle.104 6tpd Starke. weekly rate. Call Temple 11/184tchg 12/9 Special
ONE ACRE LOT 964.8212.6111 Ifn. deVllle. Excellent condi house, stove refrigerator
St. Rd. 16
12/9 Michael W. SCRATCH 6 DENT SALE on tion. 8 ft. alum. Jon Boot convenient to shopping, Motel 964-7357. 9/16 1 BR furniture apartment, HOUSE BEAUTIFUL: Country Club Estate on
SAT. NOV. 20 Flrat
Mthodlst ,Church 92. Faces hard road. new office furniture. Desk, 9646774. 11/18 $223 mth. First lost, EOW/ttn heat and air condition, a secluded acre. Brick 3 BR, 2 BA Fully
secretarial SURPLUS }JEEPS-Con-Boat CLEAN MOBILE HOMES for 964-6201 after 5. 11/18
filing cabinet 468.I 509.
Well septic tank. Selling security, no pets.
1)/i8ichg kitchen with snack bar and
off sell for under rent On Hwy. 16 E. Closeto 2tchg 11/25 quipped large-
SATNOV.20i315N. Water $7500 Will take, t.rml. chair.,Save up to 40X Many $50.00. 11/18 2tpd 11/25

St.,, Storko, 8 4. 1118Itpd 9645606. 10/07 tfn cost The Office Shop. 110 For Info call ((312)931-1961) :3 IR, 1 IA house In Waldo, prison Call 460.1323. 5 1 BEDROOM apartment, family room w/fireplace. LR, separate DR.

: ;8 ACRES located'facing Slate W. Call St., Storke. Ext. 2729A. 11/11 4tpd love, refrigerator, laundry 10/07 tfn.2..00M $125.$165 mth 964.8404, garage, Paved Driveway. Many extra
Rd. 227. Brooker, Rd. 'P"'C.MAN. SMURFF, ACTION 12/02 EFFICIENCY In 11/18 I Itchg
$120 mth firstlast
SAT. NOV. 2019.1. chlldront room $75,000. Great financing) )
$14,500 with ,terms. Cars Trucks Under Lowt.,. 782-3458 or .
subject composition Jeep 2 BR mobilehome, adult only
radio ,
cloth toy, security no pets. l w
964-5606 10/07 tIn book. $1.19. The Of. $100 available at localgov't 782-3949 9/30 tfn
no pet, no *
cassette recorder, Mr. Cof- .68.I509.1/182Ipd) 11/25 INTEREST RATES DOWN
1 HOUSE TRAILER 55 by 10. flee Shop, 110 W. .Call St.. *alet In your area. HOUSEKEEPING and leep-. 964-7619 or 964.8614.
foo holr dryor stc.716 W. APARTMENT 2 furnished 'BUSINESS UP
good for storage. 1 acre of Storke. Call (refundable) room Ing room. TV and Air
Market Rd. 11/181tchg land 1 ml on 100 Rd. frontage. 1912 GLZ SUZUKIi 1.100 1-714-5690241 ext. 5121 efficiency, warm Underwood Motel, 3 mile 1I/1811chg I "RIAL ESTATE YOUR BEST BETI
1221 BRADFORD$Ti 9-5 Sot., Cheop. Inquire at $125 month Includes BROWNLEE Roncherte.. 3 A, $3 000 A. term.
per of Starke
Model. With bar, low for directory on how to cozy north on
Nov. 20, 964-6439, ,Bradford Barber WILSON RD-Plnesong lots 20% down S 10*.
across most utilities 301. 9/16 tfn HELp yr.
o $3500. 14 hr 11/11 Highway
11013. Asking purchase. .
Saratoga Hg?,. 11/181tch9 from Badcock Furri. 11/04 208 N. HAMPTON LAKE Brick, mint cond., 23SO sq. ft.
964 5608 after 6:30': 11/11 3tpd 11/25 Employed person HOUSE ON LAKE GENEVA
HI,'SAT. SUN, Nov. 19, 20. tfn WANTED LITTLE LAKE SANTA Showplace on 2 A.Greet vlewl
2tchg 11/18 1'"8 CHEV. C-10: good Cherry St. 11/18 Air 1 conditioned Prefer _
21, now and used .merchandise BULLDOG PUPS English and KINGSLEY L"'KE.lrlck duplex, 90'water, 1600 sq. ft.
PURE BRED LIMOUSINE bull shape, low mileage, olio 1 BR HOUSE'on Johnson adult No p.tl. $275.
1 mile from Pit. Tail. docked, parent REAL ESTATE SALESPEOPLE COUNTRY CLUB A.ou"m. $40.OOO mtg., *%, SSS.000
calve 5 12 month $1500 call Lake $173 first, and last 17866044. 11/11 3tchg
to George ,
on Father age cop.
premise STERN
Keystone Airport on Rd. reg. Scholarship available lorunllc.ns.d RO-Home, gar., rental home, 8 MH spaces
100 East. 11/18ltchg English. $100.) 468-1509. 9646411. 11/11 2tchg 964-7899 11/18 Itpd month. $50 security 11/25 persons. ERAFaulkner FIVE OAKS.Brick, 3/2 frplc. SSI.6OO. near Country Club

HI-SAT 9-4, Pine For.it 11/11 2tpd 11/18 11/18 1973 Z28 CAMAROl One of deposit. .473-2578. 11/18 SMALL COTTAGE ON Realty 964.5065. LAKE BUTLER.Brick home 2 A. $51.500. financing.
FOR SALE $2 bale factory
per magi l Itchg
Apartment, 1530 W. 10/28 Hn SEARING ST-C/B. $43.100. 3/2 OUA. owner fin.
782.3071 7823051. LI farm trailer. end 350 Available Nov. to April 1.
Madison St men, or equipment rear engine HOUSE ON LAKE GENEVA LIVE-IN HOUSEKEEPER: 11SO CLARK ST.Brick, $41.900. 3 ER. 1'/. B. frplc.
11/11 2tchg 11/18 1977 Monte Carlo for saleor come see at Olln Trailer No pet. Deposit; required
children, ladle' clothing.. "AC prefer adults, no pet, Room and Board plus CYPRESS ST. 4 BR, 2 B, CB. b.autlfullot.. $40.OOO.
ONE ACRE LOT With well. Ph. 5332366. 11/tin
trade for mailer car Park W-14 to Morgan
household odd.. and ends. $275 1-7866044 11/18 salary Must drive cor. Call BESSENT RD-3 BR, 2 1. OUA. great location $47.900.
septic tank light poleCrosby Call 9645772. Itchg 11/18 Rd., take right on Morgan IN WALDO: Three bedroom
11/18 ItchgMOVINGI Lake Estates. W.II 3tchg 122AVAILABLE bath with Lucille 964.5855. Itchg LAWTEY-3 SR. 1 B, frame CH&A, remodeled $49.000.
OAK WOOD FOR SALE $70 Rd.. 2nd trailer on right. one stove
Must sell ml.c. drained $6,700 Cash after 12/1. 3 BR 11/18 BRADFORD VILLAS-Brlck 2 BR. 1VJ B, new. $35.000.
; cord If pick $85If Come see after 5. ll/U refrigerator, laundry
It.ms. Nov. 19 A 20 S.E. 3 9648582. 11/11 3tchg per deliver you up.Call Itchg 2 BA and large fenced room. $120 mo., first last RN A IPNi Immediate openIng FORSYTHE RD-MH on 8 A? 18 pecan trees $>*.OOO.

off Grlffi loop follow 11/25 we backyard. Call after S No *. full time, part.time. OFF CRAWFORD RD.(lowtey) 3 BR.2B workshop S28.500.
533.2133.11/11 2tpd 11/18 71, 2 DOOR DATSUNt 4 .curll., pet
.ign.. 11/18 Itpd POP UP camper sleeps 8, SWEET POTATOESi $8.00 peed, good condition p.m., 964-5511. 11/18 468.1509. 11/11 2tpd 11/18 or weekends Shift differential OFF 301.2 BR, 1 B frame $19.000. term.
GARAGISALEt: 19.20 Corn.r heater, stove, oven perhamper 4tchg 12/9 excellent ALTON RD-I 3/.. A frame home $24,200.
Whitehead, $650. 9648310. 11/18 Itpd ONE BEDROOM FURNISHED
Adklnt .!.. refrigerator $750.' Call jerry benefits 216 W. WELDON 1A frame
Church and 3 ROOM and both first flooropartm.nf applicants apply I. scrnd porch $24000.
964.6147,11/18 2tpd 11/25 76 DODGE TRADESMAN 200 APARTMENT! Heal and air
goodies for everyone, Mr. 131.1401,11/18, Itpd ., and 2 at Bradford Hospital, HAMMOND RD.MH, family room added $22.500.
2 TREE and walker hound window von, slant six one conditioned. 964 6201 after
Lois Bulllngton. 11/18 192 APARTMENT size 964.6000. 11/18 2tchg WILSON RD B 230A.4.71 Ac $11.700.
refrigerator and electric for sale, female 3 year old engine, STD transmissionopprox,63,000 bedroom apartment no 5 p.m 11/11 2tchg 11/18 11/25 NEW LISTINGS
Itchg and one 4 old mile, good pet. 964.8071, 11/18 Itpd 419 S. THOMPSON ST Threebedroom
stove $600. 1974 SatallteSebrlng year
SAT.. NOV. 20: 1.1. 209 E. FULL TIME cashier cook. call 1. 40 A. SISOO an acre. great timber.
$1000 or best of. 964.6767.11/18 Itchg work van. $1150,168.1509. NICE HOUSE with 2 BR. tile *. 1 both living
2. Two
18 clothes. for 964..250. 11.18 17
Adklns, size oppt. acre parcels
fer. Contact 964.5245 for REG. AIREDALE female, 6 ll/182tpd 11/25 bath. In a quiet room dining room kitchen
11/18 Itchg I ItchgCRUISI 3. 34 A parcelSt Augustine fin.
more Information. 11/18. mth old. call 782.3127, at 197 VEGA, good running neighborhood, located In study and storage pasture owner
SAT., NOV. 201 9-3 babyclothes SHIP JOBS Great Income 4. From 4 to 20 acres hi A dry owner fin.
Itpd 6 weekday, all day condition nearly new Call F. Register,
p.m., Starke, 964 8734, after 4 garage
little cloth. oil 5. 1500 ft. home. 3
girls potential, occupa sq gar. bldgs on 2 A, owner fin.
2 YOUNG PUREBRED weekend 11/18 1 Itchg tires, $1,100 call 473.3430. 964 5888 days 11/11 2tchg
sizes 3.S, misc., north .nd ,.Charolals Bulls Call Arthur AKC' MINIATURE H/181tchg call 964.6563. 11/18 2tpd 11/18 lions for Information call t. Washington B Water St.((2)) 2 BR $3*,000 home. r

of Griffls Loop, green and McRo. 964.8148. 11/18 .Schnausers. 2 male, 77 THUNDERBIRD fully 11/25 3 BR, 1 BA living room. din. ((312)7419780) ext 2120. 7. like new 3 BR. 2. brick frplc.. screened patio carpet
brown trailer 964.8873. ( LIVINGROOM solo and 2 BR unfurnished apartmentwith 11/18 2lpd 1202Classified mini blind, stove, refrlg, D/W 1.disposal 11'/, mtg,
964.6633 after 5.131.1153. equipped. $2,200173.1132. Ing room, kitchen studyand
11/18 Itchg choir, early American.' I I stove and refrig Inquire $41.000. total $S6.000. Dalewood
I1/l81tchg I 11"18 Itchg storage at
YARD AND BAKE SALE IN. Raton Glass top coffee Pincher at Tackle Box, 341 N. garage Call F.Rogl.t.r. Ads 8. 301.7 apt cottage store X home '
SIDE 10 a.m. til Sot., Nov. fob.e. $275 like new Temple St. 11/18 Itpd Results 9. Rd. HI.8 ac. beautiful brick home
., black and rust 964 5888 day Get
20 Ill Walnut St. Itchg 9648313 Il/i8 Itchg $75 puppies, 9648711. Daytime Motorcycle 2 BR house for rent in Country U/ 18 2tchg 11/25 10. Connerly Estates.Brick. 3 BR. 2 BA. Fireplace.

11/18 DOBERMAN pincher puppies 11/18 ItchgN prefer cuple, 964-6861. SMALL COTTAGE on ti'-*** REALTOR ASSOCIATES AFTER HOURS
3 FAMILY YARD SALE Fri. 8 female, $20. Babies 1911 TS IBS SUZUKIi like 11/18 Itpd WAYNE DOUGLAS Broker Salesman964.6593
TRACTOR ond equip. Klngsley lake, heat
Sot., Nov. Weston crib $25. 782.3781. 11/18 new. Used for two months. LILLIAN PEARSON Broker Salesman 64.5318
:3 BR. IVs BA, central Major Medical
4 hr. stock trailer, 3 available Nov. to April 1.
Itchg. mint .
SR100. to SR 22S. 2 1/4 500 miles. Coll 964.8721 or NOVIS WARD Broker Sal..man'U.74S'
22 FT. TRAVEL T.AILIIIand piece child' bedroom air/heat, stove, refrig, no pet, deposit required.
to' Insurance ANNE TERWILLEGAR .
next 964.8292. 11/18 NELSON
mile 11/11 Salesman
Bayless Hwy 2tpd $ 1677
I II 18 mth first lost in ad. 533.2366.11/18 tfn.
shed set on lot or can b. suite, 7823906. I $260 .
church All sort of things, '
WOICh removed Sail together or Ii 2tchg! 11/a5 : ,_yg'nSerj61.590L.bofor. : 3200 SO..,warehoute' 1000 World' ,' Vow J'h Jk e Jo dove .
c2ll.i''t. -':' OI' :' c:J""." or/o0ksr;'1af:;-crJjs'ir i\a-r p.mt..r:. 964-42S9.. 11/rS'' *q. offlcr o> Tetall area 100% ol your eligible ex Call
9iQ{ .., goY eondl on. 9646V68. I llpel loading dock 100' off 301, penses paid in or out of Classified Ads

Terrace mHl.i,,Sat'6 ft Sun Mountain 11/18' 30"lot ELEC.53, KOA STOVEl 11/18 New Itpd Con .12 TRAVEL TRAILER 32 ft. Get Results :,. Call 964-5294. 11/18 itchgVNAMTED the hospital'? We have a Get Results 964.6306VACUUM

.self-contained rear
Major Medical, Plan THAT S

Carpor'Sal.1 I box dltlon Dinette coin operated set, TV antenna drink bedroom air full bath, ,....;.... JUST FOR YOU I
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patio door. $8.200 or best
w/rotor 50'
Thr. Families .
JCT E.D.S.Construction
Jiffy cam.f ra AmericanRepublic
regular .Iz. boxipring8'pool
90 West
Rain or Shine table with stick and : pground Hwy -

,. .Sat.. Nov. 20 rack, quaker oil heater .Lake CIV- 11/18ltpd\ lure Co. Trailer Pole Special 100 IMP
with blower solid wood 2-14" RIMS and 2. 15x50 : Insurance Co. '
... ':00 A.M. a and 1.'O )H95.213'.Doug AMP.$250 150.00 I I I II
tires with 15" rim lug
desk 7 drawer call
.c Two block pest hospital. 964-6050 after 5 or,see at nul, 6 months old like Building Contractor Cash Available We Local Agent Delivered AnywhereIn 200 IMP

.t', State Road 230 Look for 888 W Madison St. 11/18 new o.kln9.$400. neg. Working Quality A Economics Together Buy 1st & 2nd Mtgs. Barbara Cordon 94.6474 Bradford 7S7 3045 County '250.00 I I I

r. lgns, Elec. stave top lot. PIT BULl pies, born call 964.4419. 11/18 Itchg Commercial S Residential Mornings, Night

c of small. working oppllante I Oct..9i, worm tall cut./ CHICKENS for layer orfr..z. x..I.4k......_litPIMM Call us for a quote. B Weekend Call Anytime

(00' *. furniture linen.. good watchdog, great ..*, twenty hen, 3 to N......... T..II..r t..s Tu.*. Wed. Fri. 461-1117 WaM.
.... ... II, .I Loce!..,..1.....
T..' drape, bicycle., with kid, males85.173.. 4 Ib average, $1.50 each. iI..ft.. 964.5010 WeekendsREAMES For Lease
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ophone, light fixture, 11/18 Itpd 964 8219. 11/18 Itchg 2.000 Sq. Ft Building

tt.. ,lethlng.. doll.stuffed SUGAR CANES Patch, 'call Classified Ads **: :*** : On US 301 South

1 .,, and lot. more 782.3761 good for syrup Attention Coon Hunter Get Results Call 964 6020
making. 11/18 ItpdRABBITS '
.G Oq1L v itchgil18e : for pet or meat. Good Prices Paid for Raccoon
Lawrence Meng 7 mile SALENEW
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Results State Rood 14-Rolford ..eI.Phon. Jt.
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homeowners policies for Use Your Home Equi Dey-964-7083 Evenlng-964.*(27Fl J.R. Slarke Area We repair all makes

$ I ERA mobile homes. ty. We make 1st & 00-342-B44 4" BR. 2 BA.S3S 000 AI Young'sSince
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Outside City limit 9:00 A.M.11:00 A.M. Sale
) TIME ONLY :3 bedroom wood f reme on one eere. Career-- E-Z Terms
paved reed. $2S.SOO. TERMS CASH CASHIERS CHECK. COM I ) . . . .

Y. 1312f. brick Mobil.Home-2 bedroom,an* ,bests en one acre.Utility CREDIT. NO PERSONAL CHECKS OR. CREDIT i Plumbing. ;
; vcne r '1ft bath central'WA .
/ Ii I i shed low .."ity. $''.500. CARDS.A I

i ,. ''carport.. utiaty,room and carpeting'I: Good Building Site Deposit of $300.00 per unit may be made at Sale New InstallationRemodeling
6 acre with ene acre fish ....4. Lar .
+ en your lot J I Sampson Lak... pines. Time Balance to be paid by 4 PM Monday, Nov. 22, I . . Repairs. ,. >
1'1 1I 1i 1982 or you FORFEIT your DepositITEMS .
/ Aftf I00:440 leke let. tde"4 building *H*. Good fishing. DarrancePUMP
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I On. acre fenced with nice three. bedroom,,I 984-6853 PHONE 984-8853 $1S.MO.. .' LflATttM. STAKtS. CAB/CHASSK SUPPLY'COMPANY :

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Obituaries :. : I ',,;r <. 'I ', ', ''I .. ,1 \' \" ",,, ..," fi .
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Llllle Lou GeigerMrs. Anna Dorothy Johnson to Miami from Melrose 50 years ago.' \ Born and raised In Lawtey, he was two
step-daughters the
Life Lou Rebecca Poore our recent sorrow.
of Waldo
Geiger,90, Anna Dorothy Johnson, 71, of He was a motel owner and a member the son of the late Troy and and Raina
Floy Poore and
died both of Lawtey two beautiful service, floral offerings,
Monday, Nov. 15, at the Community Hampton, died Alachua ;
Sunday at of the Baptist faith,
Convalescent Center in Thompson pioneer brothers, H. W. "Buster" Bennett and other kindnesses, we are deepy
General Hospital. Survivors Include his wife, Edna N. residents of Lawtey. Mr. Bennett was Donald F. Bennett both of grateful.
Gainesville ,
following a long illness. Born in Goshen, N.Y. she moved to Starke; a son, Evans II. Starke,Jr. employed at Cecil Field firemanuntil Lawtey;
Mrs. Geiger born in from ; a as a one sister, Mrs. Norma Estelle The G.W. Richards Family & Mr. It
was Baxley
Hampton 10 years ago Orlando. daughter, Betty Starke, all of Miami; retirement. At the time of his Williamson of Mrs. Ron
Ga. Macclenny and Byers
on Nov. 15 1892 but had been livIng one
was a retired supervisor with five sisters Minnie S.
in for Jones, Lenora death, Mr. Bennett was a fireman for grandchild.
Waldo She
over 60 years. Martin-Marietta and was a S. Peterson, Edna S. Williams and the Dallah Avco Company of Saudi Funeral services were incompleteat In Memory
was a member of the Waldo First Methodist.
Ovedia S. Smith all of Hawthorne, Arabia. He was a member of the First press time. Archie
Baptist Church. Funeral Of our loving brother, Jimmy, who
include Kendall
a sister, Laura and Ruth S. of Gainesville Baptist Church of and
Lawtey had attended Home of
Mrs. Geiger was survived by one Ayars of Ellenton. the Bradford Starke is in charge of ar- departed this life Nov. 22, 1980.
niece, Mrs. Belle G. Lovell. Glen County school rangements. "Bring unto the sorrowing all
Gary Bennett .
Funeral services held at 2 system.Survivors release from
were Evans II. Starke Sr. include his wife Wilma pain;
p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 17, at the Evans H. Starke Sr. 76 of Glen Bennett of I. Card of Thanks/ Let the lips of laughter overflow
Waldo First Baptist Church with Rev. Miami Gary 41, of Lawtey, Bennett Lawtey; two sons, Roger again."
Nathan Boles officiating. Burial was died there last Friday. died Thursday, Nov. 11, in ,Saudi Dale Bennett of Starke and Dennis Our heartfelt thanks to all who ex We miss
in the Born in Melrose, Mr. Evans moved Arabia following a brief illness Gary Bennett of Pompano, Florida; tended comforting sympathy and help you still.Billy
w__._ Orange 1C'o.____Heights, u__._.Cemetery_* "' .__.__with'_" & Lola Martin
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Warren E. Bishop

Warren E. Bishop,72, died Nov.4 in
Alachua General Hospital after Tis season to save

weeks undergoing earlier.heart by-pass surgery two your .

Mr. Bishop had been a resident of
Starke and Lawtey for the past 35
years. He was retired from Dupont
where he had worked for 23 years.
Survivors include his wife, Ida Mae coordinates now
Bishop; a brother, Ernest Bishop of r
Brattleborough, Vt., and a sister,
Jessie McDufry of Vergennes, Vt.

Terry VanderburgTerry

Vanderburg,72,of Princeton Save throughout our special coordinates
>N.C., died illness.Monday, Nov. 1, followinga Al collection for Lldiesand Juniors! selected '
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Mr. Vanderburg was a member of 2 group of blazers, skirts, blouses and more.

the Bizzell Grove Pentecostal Doff \, Mix textures, match shades. from giftable/
Holiness Church in Princeton, N.C. .,' ; y ,4\
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He also was a past resident of is <> ,- : \ I\' In separates to. a delightful; /
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Survivors include his wife Mrs. ,., :: ,1: .,,'" \I now! Tis your season to save, so shop early

Evelyn Petty Vanderburg of \ for best selections!
Princeton; 3 daughters, Mrs. Mary .. ,
Lancaster, Mrs. Betsy Vivson and "
Mrs. Toni Brown, all of Goldsborc ,
N.C.; her mother, Mrs. Lula Davis of n '-

Goldsboro, N.C.; 11 grandchildrenand r {6 .
1 great grandchild. i .'
Local arrangements were handled '
by Jones Funeral Home of Keystone ";- '/ ,1 r 1Ii'-' '\','
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famous. He said he was going to hang r :; '
that sign up on the wall in his brand r : ....
new bus." ro r-- ,""" '
touring ""-
"He doesn't need that old bus now 1' 4 r t D':1: .
with the entourage he had at the concert 44 j
with him," added Jerry Sr. with '
a laugh. "He's got more brand new s 4.h- '
buses than he knows what to do with." :,' .

Also, last August, the Michelle
Lynn Show with Jody on the lead
guitar opened for country stars
Johnny Duncan and Johnny
Rodriguez at a big cancert in Delano .
Fla. where he impressed the
guitarists on hand with their two

"They were all real nice," Jody
said. "I learned a lot just from listen- .-
ing to them."

In Nashville he met up with studio Y it
muscicians who play for the Tom T
Hall show "Pop Goes the Country"
where he met another yet another'
famous studio guitarist, Fred Newell. i
Newell who has played with Hank f. : ap ; :
Williams and Porter Wagner, to namea p
few is the latest and one of the best '
connections Jody has gained in the k f ,
business. And make no mistake about
it, its the connections that are so Important c'f

for success in country music,
like it is in rock, pop or any other type
of music.

"There are so many great
guitarists out there," Jody says. "I
really have learned that you have to nA
know the people already in the Q
business to get ahead" f .,
"It's amazing," Jody' father Jerry I.
said. "You don't get into the upper
echelon in nashville unless they want "9j1 "
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you to be there. We feel very lucky,
and thankful for Jody's talent, that he t
has gotten a chance to meet some of
the people he has. It sure will come in (i
handy some day."
Closer to home the Ghostriden con-
tinue to play at private parties, ;
nightspots, benefits and most recently
for three weeks at the Holiday Inn ,, r
in Gainesville.As I, Y ; i I
a solid member of the Bradford '
High chapter of Future Farmers of ; / f'f:
America, Jody's Ghostrlders put on a
benefit concert to help the associationon # b
October 9th that made over $1,000. ? ;' a :.,
The Ghostriders include in their
group two members from
Gainesville, Drummer Mark Blair
and Singer Joel Barber. They just
returned from Blackshear, Georgia
where they frontedopened) for star ; : v-
Jackson Donna Darlene again. and met up with Shot 3; : 1io: 5 .- ,;,,

"He's really taken a genuine interest
in Jody s playing," Jerry said.
"He's a great personality to be r
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around business.and" boy does he know the i i n >

In fact, Shot and Jody go back a 14t" 4r t5
long time to the beginning of Jody'scareer i' n 4.r PIjI ,- '
Jody was lying in the hospital
I recovering from surgury when a
"friend of a friend"Shot Jackson)
paid him a visit in his hospital room r Y*
and gave him a get-well-soon gift a
flattop guitar. That inspiration was
followed by months of practice that
has stretched into the last two years.
Jody originally got his first break '4 kMH
when he answered a classified ad in '
Jacksonville for a lead guitarist for 4
the Michelle Lynn Band. Michelle ;. r caw ,

Lyn Keeble. another precocious: nine- : ; ,-
year-old, had been tabbed as the (4.
f 'Princess of Country Music" by Pat 41f'R. .'
Boone during a performance at the
Gator Bowl.
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Jody beat out three other hopefuls
in the audition and joined the band

'lust In time to make a tour of the .
1 Southeastern U.S. last summer 301 Starke :
1 S. FL.
?, which Jody has used as a springboard Sunda
4 '; to meetings with celebrities and other 9-9 12.6
nusclans all '
over .
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; .bead.that the success. has gone. to Jody's a -ty : :,

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