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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 4, 1979
Publication Date: 1888-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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"' The monsoons have apparently ended, but some foHt*are o
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flooding ditches AND the mosquitoes. ;# t

Residents at Pine Forest apartments on SIMOO might ,, ,
be considering a.name chan & fter the grounds around "y, Pta

the apartments were transformed into a virtual lake
(see accompanying photos). I

The month September hath 30 days, out of which it. i&i
rained on 24 of those days, Approximately 18 inches :

of rain was dumped on Bradford County-three times the i
50-year average of 5.39 inches.

'Residents sloshed their way through the water and .,

mud, cursing the rain and county-some came to the. A t0 I

city commission meeting,complain about the perennial
drainage problem, only to hear they weren't alone and '
nothing could be done. I

But a respite from the wet weather is in order with ,' I
a forecast of a "continued marked drying" trend and 1I
little temperature change for the next four days. Mild I

days and cool nights are on the agenda-fall has finally !
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arrived. Temperatures will range from the mid-80's
in the daytime to the low 60' at night. Winds will I

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:"" .yp rk ew City Officials Sworn In' :

Trlcla Jones resident at Pine : :
Forest apartment. splashes In the i ./
newly-created "lake" (right) and the u a Pro 4'
children might be wondering U
they Sfileox
should be swimming or (.wlnglnl.J .1 Is Mayor-Ct>.mnissionercorninl


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nerYernon Silcox said commission spent"more' than U" approval toi hire tINflrnl-ot Darts; r'1
': .-.. I Tuesday night's organizational minutes on the appointments saying Monk. Farnsworth A Company to '.
Is Interim ,. meeting the first thing he wanted "This is what taxpayers spend their audit the 1978 grant. The commission
struck from the city charter was the money on?" unanimously approved the$3,290: proposal
term"mayor and "sixth member of to audit. I'
FSP HeadAn the commission" On the reorganizations! trend, City (see page IzA)
"We don't have a sixth member of Attorney George Pierce suggested a
Reluctant Board Wants the commission unless he's under the charter revision committee be \
interim superintendent to table," said Silcox. as he was handedthe established to thoroughly review the
replace Dave Brierton at Florida gavel and moved to his new posi- lamented city charter and suggest
State Prison has been named by tion at the center of the commission changes. vTJyr U1tttt r
prison officials in Tallahassee. More On table.,
J.C. Combs, 48, will begin work'to. Input Proposed Commissioners Silcox and Charles Silcox said he read the code book
day and Brlerton will begin his Schaefer, Police Chief Jimmy Bowen from "cover to cover" and found
$33,000-a-year job as inspector rand City Clerk Merrill Edwards were many good things. as well as several
general in Tallahassee. In before bad or outdated things. He said he
Brierton was 'sworn a packed city hall
recently promoted by Department of Subdivision RegulationsPutting .and then the business of reappointing wants to go through the charter, tossing
Corrections Secretary Louie Wainwright several members of various boards out the bad or confusing or- I
dinances, but he does not want to
to the newly created job of inspector was undertaken..not without some
general. As such. Brierton difficulty.The undertake a complete revision of the
will supervise the Department's Investigations off adopting subdivision we've been operating under new chairman pro-tern Is Ted charter."It .
and internal auditing regulations until everybody Interested guidelines we thought would be Oglesby,. by unanimous vote. Pat costs money to make such revi
duties. gets a chance to thoroughly developed The beauty in small Bradford Welch was also unanimously reap- sions..everypage In this book costs
study the proposed the dealing Is still something" Silcox said holding up r Rumors that Brierton was promoted rules Bradford individually pointed as city surveyor. The dog cat
because of an investigation in- County Commission has instructed done ," Courtnay said cher's position, currently held by the somewhat ragged book ,of city
to the abuse of John Spenkellnk the Zoning Office to adding he has examined the proposaland Denton Devoe was not reappointed codes.
before his execution were denied by distribute copies of the regulationsand recommends it.
Vernon Bradford, DC information said another public hearing will There are some things In the proposed
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specialist. be held. subdivision regulations he'd
"Brierton Two developers told the county rather not see but from a property N.A.N.aV.h' 'w
Wainwright was promoted because .commission the proposed regulationsare owner's standpoint they should be 'I'.D.,.$MeetIttt
cellent Job at thought FSP..and he did an ex- necessary for orderly future there, the developer said. 71.M eu II..gr.e1r.D.pwfw..l
Gov.
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Graham
has required that growth and said they can live with Courtnay's recommendation was j'
all departments i the new rules. that the county commission adopt theproposed
have
an inspector general./Bradford Date for the next public hearing has ordinance establishing rules .Oct.i
explained. not been set. Copies of the proposed for subdivision development, let it be Chill a........ L--..
Combs .Is a veteran of the prison regulations applied. find out what.
can be picked up at the. wrong and "I.N
system having worked 'WIth the Zoning Office upstairs in the county amend the ordinance to make Tt better ..<. lswsa.lt.w.
department for 23 years. He began as courthouse.The ..."before the state cones along _'*Ck*
a correctional officer and worked his Monday, Oct. 1,public hearing and rams one down our throat." lIua...1..... ,. .
way up to captain. Prior to becoming was set to hear opinions of Subdivision regulations are required "
regional! program supervisor In developers builders ana realtors on as a part of the county's com- ..,.,....,.Oft., .1\
Region II. Combs served as Deputy the proposed subdivision regulations prehensive plan currently being ......... Farm S--. i.',,
Superintendent in charge of operations drawn up by Zoning Director L.M. developed under auspices of the M.t.bwshte........ :
at FSP."HaYIng Gaines. Two North Florida Regional ",
developers. Jack Courtnay Planning 4 N P.M.
an experienced Interim of Keystone Heights and Col. Council said Gaines. This particular mike NO Anawy .
superintendent at FSP,will give the James Griffin of Starfce. and half a part of the comprehensive plan must -_.....
department adequate time,for full dozen real estate agents attended the completed by June 1980, Gaines Car wwbI we.ftwk.w..w'slvb.
and complete screening for selection meeting.The said. )
of the best possible person to take real! estate agents said they did Col. Griffin said the subdivision he .........W
over where Mr. Brierton left off In improving not have copies of the proposed rules,. is developing Just outside the Aut. ..................
all facets of the operations of and Commission Chairman Maxie southeast city Omits of Starke.21 lots ....... '
'SP. Wainwright said about Combs'' Carter assured them repeatedly that each 3/4 acre or more meets the provisions fwk.Cew.wnlty
appointment. copies would be furnished and of the proposed ordinance. Verooa Silcox to take Onn C:.ne w.
another public hearing held before Griffin said he has worked "down the rethaffllng seat. as mayorcommissioner.as IHI AwAtwe.wstsIP.M. .
I the commlulon takes any action. A line" with the toning office and per Bowen's request to hold off all Commissioners approved a ..Ii D..It.etl..dnPisewlsLty
petition Gaines agreed. ; pre- .......
bearing 12 signatures opposing police department appointments until application for a new three-year :
Index. the regulations was presented by "We do need some type of regula. the next commission meeting. Department of Housing and Urban '-v...NItht
:. .. the Bradford-Union Board of Realtorsat 'dons we can live with to make Brad-. "And next in line to be reappointed Development block grant totaling '.,
the morning commission meeting ford County a better place to live, Is our city attorney" said Edwards $1,030,000 to be used for community st.r*.oacc .
TWO SECTIONS but the six realtors present Monday .Col. Griffin stated. much to the delight of the audience. development, with the first $330,000: 1ASp.w.srsllw'd :
;". fICTION At afternoon seemed to take a softer "We have enough laws/' is the, "Well we can see were our priorities grant going for housing rehabilitation
'..,.. Society.,..,.... Pages$A,4Ai1AA I stand after hearing the explanation of reaction from the community Carter are." iffifCits' Jim Lucas, engineer with .
.. editorial.....4........ ........ I the proposed regulations and having said pointing out the ,commission Hammock Ruckman told B-aosamY commiaslonert -, Alpets a.-.*,i t.\\U
News........-Pages 1A-3AGI2A'' j some questions answered. doesn't want to jump too quickly Attorney George Pierces the 1979 grant was underway ......... ..... .
Legals" Real Bt..... Page 10A Carter assured the audience of "If we have to have one I agree reappointment was unanimously approved and the 1171 graaTcomptrted,with aU 7iaapjN.JKO .. Its/id Nees.
j about IS with Mr. Courtnay, be ......
persons that the commission you'd better along with Building InspectorBen the monies committed.Lucas said the .
SUCTION err 1sports. not act on the proposal Moo- off to do something your own"real Moxley .. Also appointed were public works program .was to tha ..........,........
.... Pages ..."....... ,,4:day. but wanted more Input from the estate agent George Roberta a Cecil: Terwillegar and Joe Williams design phase and should be bid! eased JKOTCSHT1Y GOw. ,
C'.lIIeda.....,. ...Pape sa&TOsltuartN. I public. The commission baa been former county commissioner, said to serve on the Planning and Zoning under construction by ,the.beginning 1N,...
..... .... Sa.4B' reluctant to when asked for his Bard..* \ .
Pagel$ IC adopt any new rules for comment. ;;; All".....;aa%.... ,
citizens to follow,and has no Intention The state will accept the plan the eg.Adding to the grant report Linda Ie wi.edCourtesy.
of acting until assured the proposed county cornea up wtt&L.Gaines said Mrs. Elizabeth Walker's reappoint- Day, HUD grants coordinator "
gave
coning: regulations answering question ( meat to the Board o< Adjustment
... "' give aa much fir real estate coramlaatooert a procrtsa! report onth 01
freedom agent Vernie Odora. caused some consternation however.
as possible to developers, reJhaWlkaUon t
housing
III 'especially small landowners develop "They don't toll you which code to Edwards was unsure whether! her appointment which .is funded with a $310.000' project grant. /Ac3Iw ffi NII ,
to Us.
Molt posts need Intplr+ ,. ,whohaadevelopedeaten.ly. Gaines said. '. three Pierce said it was. for tlona According have been approved Day, 12(out appiica tt J7*'' Of&wkkHwt ':
the I In Many dollars be saved three with the four other boardmemberS' i
I tion. SehllUr's was housing the Keystone Heights can by therequirement bousea targeted for rehabilitation( ) ,;
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small of rotten appl* area, spoke at I the proposed In the proposed cod that *, appointment' for two 'and Eve homea will be bid 1a, 8U- O'8 'J: ;t>
which ha always kept subdivision,. = a developer present a preliminary years.-,Mrs.: Walker: was .appointed. IS,, oa by.'' Oct.<" 'Kirstcn. HelQfttl.f I ;"'':'+ ,,.
on hit disk while writing.. *.from a very realistic standpoint finally:*to a thl ep )'earterrn with the 'v. '., H.1to0Anaat"ii'err'"S.'': :"
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Page IA TELEGRAPH October 4,ItTt

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Unseating an! Incumbent is Chancey :')'jI: ': ",,."..;'/ <'x.,'".,'f'H'rt\" ,' '\;:,,. ..(...',!.'.' .,;,i\, '.. "'' ',. v / 1 No Keystone

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getting ready to Jump into the volved In. The complicated issue In- A member of the state legislature eta, County Cummmts toners
race for the U.S. Senate" state Sen. volved legislation which insurance for the past 11 years and of the state heard a request from Clay County
Kenneth (Buddy) MacKay, D-Ocala.: companies are still analysing to senate for the last six years.MacKay, Commissioner Hank Binning Mon
told a of about 40 Bradfordresidents determine exactly what the reform 46, feels he Is at a turning point In us day's meeting to let the city of
group
Monday afternoon at a does. Basically, workman's compensation career. It is difficult to be a memberof Keystone Heights dump their garbage
reception in the Garden Restaurant In reform will: 1) Improve the state senate and to maintain a y at the county pcinming .
Starke.A coverage to workers In loss of time in, private law practice: both of which requested use of the facility -
disenchanted: public makes It a accidents and, 2) will result in a are fulltlme Jobs. MacKay said. DoIng because Keystone Heights garbage
good time to take on an incumbent reducing premiums approximately 19percent. both also aannykikindd it extremely difficult M1I Ip { services have increased prices
politician Aid Sen. MacKay of Ms to have of family life. \ because of the 25 miles travelled to
planned campaign for the U.S.Senate It will take a million dollars to So,he has decided to take a shot at the t\; dump land at the
now held by Florida Democrat finance a successful: campaign for the U.S. Senate. If he gets beat, \ Camp Bland on SR-18.
Richard Stone of Miami. senate, MacKay said. He has already MacKay says, he'll return to. Ocala x t Y ,". ",,7 Br a fee could be charged
Sen. MacKay will formally an-' raised $100,000 from local sources in and practice law. .. ''I' for the dumping to offset the cost to
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nounce his candidacy Tuesday Oct.t, Marion,his home,and Alachua Coun MacKay readily admits -his main Bradford County. Commissioners
in a press conference: In Tallahassee. ties. challenge will come In getting a good State Sea.Kenneth (Buddy)Mackay,D-Ocala.visited over an hour with local Aid they could: not give an Immediate
MacKay was traveling his 16-county vote out of populous south Florida,the residents Monday afternoon In the Garden Restaurant. MacKay.. visiting answer and Chairman Maxie Carter
state senate district this week telling home ground of Sen. Stone.; But all the 1* counties In Us stale senatorial district to tell them of his Impending said they would take the request
his constituents of his plans to run for MacKay is willing to take on that candidacy for the U.S. Senate seat now held by Sea. Richard Stone, D-Mlaml. under advisement.
the U.S. Senate seat. challenge, pointing out that Gov. Bob Commissioner Hodges expressed
MacKay Intends to present himselfas .. Graham got a good south Florida concern that the landfill site has onlya
a solver of difficult problems, and p- vote. MacKay said he has the Road Bid limited use and by Keystone
he sees plenty of problems that need organization to do the job all over the $562,000 residents using it,the accelerated use
solving at the federal level. As a state could: cause some problems
whole,MacKay's record shows be has "There are some risks Involved in
been willing to jump into the hard pro it, I'm told but they're the kind of Commissioner Shuford said the problems
blems. r risks I e," said the all-but- Pleases CommissionSix at the SR-100 landfill have
"That's the kind of approach it will announced MacKay dressed In a Sen. lessened considerably: since the com-
take in Washington D.C." MacKay Lawton Chiles "uniform" of work, mission decided to exclude Keystone
shoes chinos,and blue shirt and tie.He'll The Whitehead Settlement Road residents from using the dump.
said.MacKay can point to his work on campaign on the Issues, bids commission: were open for at the Monday'scounty resurfacing SR-235 from SR-100 to SR-229, is probably Although Bruning's request was
difficult problems at the state level MacKay said. Sen. Stone should pro- of 42 miles of in the wont condition of any taken under advisement commissioners :
where he has been consistently: Involved vide all the campaign material be roads, with approximately the low bidder being secondary: road in the county.The list said there was IItile hope the
in education, especially in get- needs, MacKay said. As an example, Houdallle-Duval-Wright of Jacksonville of roads to be repaved include: request would be approved. They expressed -
ting vocational out of its second: class MacKay pointed out Stone was com: at$562,000. -SR-233, from SR-229A to SR-200 little interest in using the
status. He was a prime molder of mitted to vote against, then switched A contract will be awarded after (U.S.-301) Camp Blanding landfill and pointed
legislation back in 1971-2 which closed and voted for the treaty which gave Commissioners Dave Shuford E.L. SR-229A, from SR-229 to SR-16 at out that the SR-100 landfill is

loopholes in Jh*.d.valorem tax' law, Panama independence and gave up Norman and Maxie Carter discuss the Raiford. operating smoother than it has in 18
bringing many formerly tax'exempt U.S. control over the Panama Canal.A SR-225, from Sampson Canal to years.
organizations and businesses under balanced federal budget will be bids.Other bidders Ashland- SR-200. The county has just completed the
the tax la*.if Ihey'compete: with free _. one of the main problems to be addressed Warren, Inc. of were Jacksonville: at -SR-100A, the Edwards Loop Road last of five dumping site planned
enterprise.; .r..a- -- if he is elected U.S. senator, from SR-i west of Starke to SR200in under Its $200,000 garbage disposal
Columbia Inc. of
That's the kind of $728,060; Paving, south Starke. originated in 1972. The
MacKay
Workman's compensation insurance says. problem C. of program
Lake John
reform in the 79 session was Sea. Buddy MacKay smiling on I'm itching to attack, said the Alachua City at$491,000$683,500; Marion Hipp Con- SR-lOOA, the Griffls Loaf Road latest site is just off SR-100 on the
Ocala Democrat. ; which off SR-100 Starkeat Lake Trussel Road. There
loops
the last big battle MacKay was In- the campaign trail. struction Company of Deals$643,100; Sampson
both ends.SR200B are now dumping sites at Lawtey,
-- Dickerson & Group of Jacksonville, the Anderson cutoff road Brownlee Road, SR-18 near Brooker,
$570,740; and V.E. Whitehurst Sons just south of Lawtey from SR-200 to and the main landfill site on SR-100
of Williston at AU bids
$655,000. were
SR-225 west of Lawtey. near Keystone Heights.Commissioner .
based on tonnage. SR-231, the Dedan Church Road E.W. Hodges is getting -
Several bidders when
were present which loops off SR-18 just east of ready to place the Sampson Lake
the bids and leaving
were open upon
Brooker. dump into operationwhich means a
told commissioners "This Isn't to
SR-237, from the Alachua County man must be hired to maintain the ;
knock Houdaille" ,but you all sure got a line to SR-18. dump,hours it will be kept open must I

bargain.Commissioner Hazel Paulk -SR-225, from the Aiachua County be established, and a gate put up to I
was line to SR-18. keep people hour when the dump is
elated and said"We sure are lucky to
Lake Road
SR-21A, the Santa Fe closed The commission discussedhow
have the oldest paving company: to from SR-21B to SR100. days to leave the Sampson
such low bid... must like many
give us a they
from but
SR-325, which runs south dump open left the decision to
us' Hampton to US301.SR225A Hodges after he sees how use of the
Shuford said if Houdaille's bid was from SR-225 to SR-125 in landfill goes
accepted, it would cost about $14,000per the Norman section just west of Oscar The board Is concerned about people
mile for the resurfacing.The Carter's store. dumping trash and garbage at
FOR EFFICIENCY SAKE county sold $700,000 in revenue the Bethel Church Road from gates when the dump sites are closed.
bonds Aug.7 to William R. Hough Co., SR-230 to SR-231A. Dumps have to be closed some so the
t a dealer in municipal bonds. The Previously, work on secondary person keeping it up can have some
county is borrowing the mney by roads has been done on bids let by the time off, and it has been found two or
pledging] future state secondary road state Department of Transportation, three days operation at some dumping -
funds against the debt to be repaid at- but the county is now responsible for sites takes care of the need,while
Nato Your Pro Season $100,000 per year over a seven-year secondary road maintenance in the it is necessary: to keep some dumps
period. county. open all week. The Brooker dump,for

I i ...... .. instance, is open two days per week
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there.
in 'in "- 1 I '"i and that takes care of the load
Heater Cleaninl'hlspection ft Safety fChG.ck.N '&4 eRA' Green Sit.Here.In Uopt9' The board discussed having a depulMty ..
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I II ,Judge .; ; to< .I.__,. 1. > sheriff hide across the road from
drumps and arrest persons dumping
garbage on the ground when the site
I Switch of Circuit & closed, but took no action.

I We Have A Heater JudgesEleven The board wants building contractor : -
to take their waste material
applicants are being con- Institute, Sunland Training Center, directly to the main landfill at
sidered as a replacement for the Santa Fe Correctional Center, North Keystone Heights. Lumber and other
vacancy created by the appointmentof Florida Evaluation and Treatment waste from new construction: should
Alachua County Judge Chester B. Center and Lancaster Correctional not be left at dumping sites because it
To Meet Your Needs. Chance to the eighth judicial circuit Institute. has to be picked up and hauled again
three weeks ago. Judge Fagan was elected in 1978 to to the main landfill,the board pointedout
nt I Ig Names of the applicants were his first six-year term on the bench ,asking buildings to take their own
unavailable at this time. Harry Hat- and Judge Chance served as county waster material to the SR-100 landfill ,
+ cher, who Is on the nominating committee judge for six years. At KH. :
Atlanta said a meeting scheduled for Fagan's replacement Is Judge R.A. In other business: c
Thermolaire Oct. 3 will hopefully result in the narrowing Green Jr., who will handle civil and
down of the candidates and criminal cases for Bradford County. :
Janet Starling, a representative for
the names will be sent to the gover-- Judge Green is a native of Starke.
the Bradford-Union Board of Realtors
1 nor. Other assignment changes include
presented a petition signed by 12
Judge Wayne Carlisle who will handle
realtors the subdivision
Dearborn opposing proposed
to Chance's appoint-
Martin In addition Baker County civil and criminal .
ment to the circuit bench, he and Circuit regulations.Ms.
cases and Judge Benjamin Tench who said the
Starling regulationsare
Judge Osee Fagan were appointed -
will handle the same for Union Coun-
criminal division of circuit unnecessary, will increase the
to the
Carlisle and Tench will
ty. complete:
cost of will
: housing, create an
in January.
court beginning their current terms in Alachua Coun- economic liability In the county: and

Buy The Pair & Save Judge! Chance's appointment as the ty criminal, beginning division in in January December.Also Judge. create already a severe.housing shortage that is
seventh circuit judge was the result of
John
Crews will handle Gilchrist and
Delano Thomas, a realtor, agreed'and
Chief Judge Theron Yawn's
requestfor Levy County civil and
criminal
cases, added the regulations are too stringent
an additional judge to handle the and will head up the probate, in- deter
and will
monies
coming:
Family Size Washer Timed Automatic Dryer caseload ever-increasing In the civil eighth and circuit.criminal The departments competency: of guardianship Alachua County.and trust into the county.: Richard told

caseload for this circuit is particularly Attorney Welty commissioners -
at Budget Price! has Permanent Press heavy because cases: from several of hospital ,board's pur-
a
state institutions are heard,including: chase of a new X-ray machine, and
Cycle! Florida State Prison Union Correctional also the plans to move the emergencyroom
Institute, 'Tenderness Is passion in X-ray room and lab into the
Medical Center, Lawtey Correctional repose." Joseph Joubert same area-the old maternity ward.
+ He asked if the county could: help pave
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S area and Carter said the county
Don't Lot does not have paving equipment.
"All we're doing is patchwork... I
really don't think we can help you out
;i The Wet / A ti. there" Carter said.
The commission received thanks
WoathorMess and praise from Lawtey Fire Chief
l Bill Crouse for their continued support -
V and financial assistance.
Up Your Commissioner Paulk said It
wonderful to bear some praise for a
change, "all we hear Is criticism...**'
Wash Day E do.never" hear about the good things we

t / t Zoning Director L.M.

3 Temperature Selections posed that Wiley Langford of Graham
be appointed as the seventh memberof
Normal,Oellcat and Fluff
1517 Bessent Rood
the county zoning board. Commissioners
-31995. $249 95 Manual selection of drying t Staike ff-, } .. .. I unanimously agreed to ap'
Florida
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Urn up to 130 minutes ; ..., point Langford.
: 'i' < Gaines also told commissioners:
,' 96463009645)49) ; Tom Elwell Is drafting a letter to the

N' Department of Motor Vehicles for approval
'\' of the county's: plan to collect:
BUY :BOTH ft SAVE $50.00: ,-{ back taxes on mobile homes.

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"Why docs five feet make that could be appointed to see,about buy- "It's com to a point where we need says Supt Tom Casey.
much difference an obviously .ing one. some help..." Middle School Band 1 am, too. These programs need
frustrated C.C. Anderson asked Monday ( Director told the Bradford school support" added school board
night Oct. l,when the Lawtey ci Discussed: but took no action on board Monday night'a work session In member J.T. Parrish.
ty council refused to grant a 20-foot gemming a tape recorder to record 1 ry} which ho explained the problems the The school board asked that the additional
variance for Philadelphia Baptist meetings. N .az' expanding band program (aces. $9,790 request be placed on
Church's proposed addition on Dean Cassels told school board the agenda for a decision at the upcoming
SR-225. Was told by Councilman Wayne member $5,730 Is needed now to buy Oct 13 meeting.
"State law will grant a variance only Massey. streets chairman that he new horns, $1,800; to repair'present
if there Is no other alternative" had: purchased a chain saw to horns, $2,950. and buy new cases, "
answered Council Chairman( Robert trim tree limbs,2) bought three loads $1,000. A new Sousaphone retails for Police Faces
Scott. It was the second time the request of limerock to fill holes in streets. $1,800 and a new French horn costs ", ."
was discussed: by the council; $1,200, Cassels says. ,
the first time the church was told to .Was told by Scott that he needs to The band program has been expanded -
advertise for the variance. see someone about some grant money to Hampton and Lawtey Suspension .
'As planned, the proposed addition to repave and repair streets inLawtey. elementary schools since seventh
would extend all the way to SB-223, graders now attend there. It Is the Police officer George Tomaaovitehla
leaving no room for a sidewalk.: State first request the school board has under fire once again with a possible ,
regulations require that enough room Was told the Water Department f received for additional expenses to suspension coming today after l
be left for a sidewalk. has no problems. McCulley said the establish programs at outlying charges are presented! to effect that k
The church wants to extend the present department is considering Installing a schools. To fund the expanding band Tomasovitch: had abused the police
building on the gable end which second four-Inch diameter water line program will coat the school board department's sick: leave ti
faces the street. It would cost more if to the Lawtey Correctional institu- $15,000 to$20.000 over the next two or Tomasovitch: has been on Internal
the building would be extended from tion. "If that line breaks, we're in three years, Casnels said. suspension" since Sept. 35. forpoliticking
the side or rear, Anderson said. trouble," said the Water Department "It's the largest beginning band while on sick leave,according -
"If we wait, the cost will go up," chairman. program we've had here in years," to Police Chief Jimmy Bowea.Tomaaovitch .
said Anderson, urging the council to Cassells told the school board. was sent home Sept
make a decision Monday night Gave Shuford permission to pay 'i, In< rl Cassels was BHS bandmaster for 10 17 because, according to Bowen, he
"Surely, the church wouldn't wantto Wilkerson for manning the school years but this year he and former was too sick to help clean up the office
break any laws" Scott stated. A crossing. The money Is In last year's BMS bandmaster Mike Woodfln swit- et ready to move. Tomasavitchsaid
disgruntled Anderson agreed. budget but the council had not actedto ched positions. Camels Is handling he had been sick previous to that
Councilman Buster Wilkerson this school the LE and Woodfin the HE !
Bennett supported employ again : program with a head cold and had presented
Anderson's for term. Since he back to work .
request a came program.A the department with a doctor's excuse.
variance, but Bennett's motion died when school started the council band program was attempted at When Tomasovitch came back
for lack of a second. The council tabl- okayed paying his salary. BrooKer Elementary but there was Sept. M, Bowen told him to go home-
ed the request until the next meetingon """ ""W"ZJIa'JI. not enough students. BE goes only with
a motion by Councilman Ben Me- Discussed purchasing through the sixth grade, and band Tomasovltch'a pay. response to the ;
Culley, so council members can visit cooler or a coffee maker and cases programs aren't ordinarily offered to latest development is'"No comment."
the site and see what the problem is. hall, but took no action. this raggedy sixth graders. He said bas not doing anything
The council granted a zoning laid further Cassells pointed out that three because: he doesn't know what to 00.Attor'Dey .
change from residential to Institutional Agreed to hold a special French horn beginning choral classes and three Jess Wolbert. the city's
for another group organizingthe discuss regulations of beginning band classes are now being labor negotiator,said charges against
Church of Christ of Lawtey on SR- for the CETA program as that ex taught at BMS,taking up the full day. Tomasovitch: will be in the mayor's
200A which runs between US-301 and copy of the guidelines can to$20,000 There is not period for an Intermediate bands today.
SR-225 by Lawtey Correction Institu ed. band program, Cassells
tion. Attorney Jess Wolbert made the pointed out. .
presentation for the change in Next year at BMS there will be a USED T.V.sl!
classification of the 200by90footplot. need for two beginning, two In r .
Attorney Up termediate, and one advanced band' 1 Black & White
No one present objected to the class. There Is a need for an additional ;
change.In room for band,at least two portable '
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A state investigation into search that 2900
classrooms pushed together he
other action, the council: of untaxed cigarettes at 21. No I il).
Was told by City Clerk Lucille rectional Institute Is being in either said.Band is taught In the cafeteria at
Shuford that qualifying opened Tues- by prison officials, LE:,Cassels said,citing the need for a Color $Q gOO A Up
day, Oct 2, for the Dec. 4 city elec- torney for the Florida Middleton band room there. Cassels says'be
tion. Offices up for grabs this year are (FPP). Attorney forsees a full-blown middle school
those of Councilmen Robert Scott, John Middleton,of to pro situation at LE within the next two or T.V. SALES & SERVICEUS
Marvin Rosier, and Buster Bennett. prison officials tried to learned Mid three
years.
Clerk Shuford and Police Chief M.M. from acting as an agent for with the full "I'm real glad to see the band program 301
Jordan also must run. Qualifying fee Mon of Alcoholic agents moving. It's a good thing," Lawtey 762-3152
for council members is $30; for the Tobacco when they system of-
clerk, $245, and the chief, $540. week and asked that he
Clerk Lucille Shuford, seeking her pack of untaxed Kools he been charged
fourth two-year term, was the only ed from an inmate. threaten'U" rule ban-
CLOAK
ANDSWAGGER.
qualifier through Wednesday after- Middleton became from the
> when an inmate gave him .Whitworth
noon.Heard councilman McCulley thank cigarettes without the
the police for helping children board Middleton contacted state in pretty bad .
school buses and helping the buses get agents, who told him to who are sup-
onto US-301 safely in heavy traffic. cigarettes. Ed Ashley, the prison system
Hired Daniel t;. (Lit) Phillips as a division's chief of law of Dashing Wintersmoke'1 separates> ,
maintenance man to work under confirmed that Middleton Middleton
city the CETA program on a motion by <*t the request of his agency .,.. genta. make an intriguing hiQJl statement r
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McCulley, seconded by Bennett Other. and:'",',." MiddJetW.. < ; : i lI'a"'! "''4 r, '.rgrr .. '1'1'r'
unanimously passed. applicants hampered his investigation until the ,
were Raymond C. Fair, Billy ing him interview an "They figure
May, and Leon Wilkerson. open courtyard instead of surprise at
Named a committee to look into customary interviewing .
the possibility of buying at least a one- said instead of getting conducted in ..
ton dump truck to replace the present of cigarettes as promised,he state Depart- L..
truck which doesn't run half the time only one pack.Middleton after a '.
and has been repaired numerous said as he was found at

times. UCI, his pockets and was called off rS
"We sure need a new one, said searched by prison cartons of
Bennett, and Scott said a committee main gate area. Middleton without fin j'
to the pack of Kools he had stamps. .',
the table and said "This Is would con. ,, ,r "
are looking for." investigation
( Crime I According to Middleton to stop until
Report J
spector Ed Sands told him un
breaking institutional rules, to Infiltratethe
went with investigators on
|__ _ __ personally. prison" he added.12x40's.
Two ArrestedOn ... ,_.. J

Beating ChargeTwo

persons were arrested Tues:
day afternoon after an all-day stakeout
in connection with the beating of a USED" 'REPO SALE ..
Florida Times-Union carrier last Friday .
morning.
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Robert Steve Bryan 28, of Waldo, e, :- -
was charged with aggravated batteryin ry
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the beating of Charles A. Morris of \ tJ
Starke. Bryan, manager of Bobby's SI.. S
Hideaway, was later released on
$20,000 bond.Marolyn r
K. Bradley. 19, of Starkewas Used
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charged with being an accessory
after the fact for giving false informa t A'
tion. She was later released on$5,000

bond.According to information from the _
assistant state attorney's office, Morris 4. 24X6G'sZ&t3Rrr
was beaten around 3 a.m. Friday, }
morning as he was delivering papers .1 r y
to the Majik Market on Orange and 1 i
Madison Streets. Morris managed to J4e
drive himself home and his wife then
took him to Bradford County
Hospital. Morris was transferred to
the Veterans Administration Hospitalin kUlU
Gainesville, where he remains In All Used & Repros Reconditioned To Like New i -'
satisfactory condition.
ManArretted And Carry A One Year Warranty :


Compare What You Get In A Used .
A 23-year-old man was arrested .
Sunday afternoon on charges of aggravated r \ '}
assault after he assaulted Mobile Home From John BrownTo \ \ lc ....
Bessie Nichols with a steel rod. ayes) .'; \
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needn'tword.
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Gary Burch of 905 Thomas St.,was say a \P' e
arrested in front of the police station. What You, Can Get In A The worsted heather tonesof f
Burch Is out on his own Ha 8are Wintersmoke"

recognizance public defender.and was appointed a Used, House For The Same separates your tip them off to your good

taste. This fashionable'ensemble '- ....
Price
3 Arrested ForForgeryThree offers a sport coat, vest, and your choke 44q\"" ... "\
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of twp styles of straJght-leg Comfort-Plus.
You'll Ours Time
people were arrested Tuesday Buy Every slacks-one with double pleats, and one;without. All of

afternoon by sheriffs deputies on 100% Today's Dacron* polyester. In Wintersmoke sepa-

charges checks of forgery at Florida for issuing Bank worthless atRobertDemps,2rofRt.2.Boxm See The AM New Fleetwood( Stone Ridge TodayJOHN rates, style does,all the talking. Sport coat, $65.. Vest, $21,.

Starke. r4 Slacks, $22.STUMP'S. ,'j-

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check for more than $200) ; Catherine U BROWN'S '
Alien 34,of Lake Butler was charged, { ;- Dt Start
with writing a .worthless check for : ..1

more than $200; and Curtis charged Wifflams.with ': HOME .' .....,"\\ ,,
27. of Starke bras CENTERttwy -
writing worthless checks for the : QradfordSquaro ., '.'; !
amounts of $930, $447.03, $921.80, and ,,:,., '
$980.21. j at Key f A first appearance was set for ''or'".. .". ,-"".......'" o.oatl : i j
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what has the appearance of developing into a Left sock it to 'emit That's the press secretary... Happy Birthday, Jody I .
titanic struggle between President Jimmy

Carter and Senator Edward Kennedy for the 4
White House in 1980. t
Jody Powell Urges Democrats

With Kennedy statements gradually chang-
ing from those of a non-candidate to those of a

warmer and warmer nature concerning his To Join in Oct. 1.3 CaucusesGoodnatured

probable candidacy, Florida has become a .
political battleground. Both men are leavingno
'V v stone unturned in an effort to be top bananain witty, charismatic "
Jody Powell press secretary to President -
the straw ballot at the
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Jimmy Carter,urged Democrat ...
The Press
KENNEDY Secretary
I CARTE! Democratic Convention in St. Petersburg in to turn out for the statewide caucuses
November.Not on Oct. 13 as he fielded questions at a '
breakfut meeting of party leaden Have you ever wondered Just whe a press secretarydoes
to be caught asleep at the switch, Carter handicaps their man faces if and when Ken last Saturday morning. ?
forces have the draft-Kennedy movementon decides to The first is the .
put nedy run. staring Scene of the powwow, one of a
the defensive in Florida where the President responsibility of the White House series of pre-convenUon appearances Jody Powell of the White House staff gave this explana-
himself, the First Lady" and press tion which will keep Carter behind his desk being made by Carter family tion at last Saturday's Democratic breakfast in
secretary Jody Powell have been highly visi- much of the time when he needs to be out cam- members and staffers around Gainesville:

ble, shaking hands and rubbing shoulders at paigning. The second handicap is the matterof golf Florida and, was Racquet the new Club Turkey north Creek of "Remember when the circus comes to town and the

functions large and small. campaign funding. As an unannounced can- alnesville. elephants parade tail-to-tall and the rodeo riders follow ina

didate, Kennedy can accept gifts upward of long line on their prancing steeds... .
That is why backers of both Carter and Ken- $25,000, while Carter is limited$1,000 or less Although never referring to Senator

nedy are urging their supporters to turn out because of the rules. Any contributions madeto "the Kennedy alternative by name,'' calling Powell him left only no "Then bringing up the rear Is a busy little guy carrying;'

for the Democratic caucuses in every Florida Kennedy's campaign now will not count doubt that much was riding on the broom and a dust pan to clean up the mess...
county at 12 noon on Saturday, October 13. Someone against his ceiling of expenditures, but straw ballot to be taken at the Florida
apparently goofed in setting this date Carter's contributions will. State Democratic Convention In St. "Well, he's the press secretary I"
for the caucuses-at least in North Central Petersburg in November.

Florida-for the Gators will be playing In populous Dade County, which the Ken- "What you do at the Democratic ..... .. ....n. ......... .. ,
Alabama in Gainesville on that date, with the nedy forces must sweep in order to win a ma- caucuses on October 13 will have a
kickoff scheduled for 1:30. Instead of caucus- jority of the statewide delegates up for elec- profound impact on the country" Demo Be Elected ,
ing, many Democrats will be heading for tion on October 13, Carter organizers are said Powell said. "The November straw Delegates to

Gatorland around noon on October 13, but to have struck a deal with the labor campaign ballot will, and be will the affect first the test political of candidates -

those who do remain home are urged to reportto coordinator. According to a Carter campaign process of the entire nation. Most of At Caucus Oct. 13The
the County Commission room at the appointed source, the Carter and labor slates would have you here today were responsible for Countywide
time to take part in this opportunity to about 80 candidates in common, virtually helping put President Carter in the
see "Democracy in Action." assuring that a Kennedy sweep will be block White House in 1976, and I urge you to Bradford County Democratic Robert Milner Jr., George H.Pierce
the turning out at Dudley Hardy,
repeat process by Executive Committee will meet Blaine Thompson
ed. the caucuses to help elect Carter Thursday night Oct. 4, at the Steak Glenda Young, Cecelia Terwillegar
On that fateful day Carter forces hope to delegates to)our state convention." House to fill vacancies on the committee and Mansell Ayer. The appointed
shatter Senator Kennedy's image of invin- Although the caucuses have no legal effecton and make plans for the statewide delegates are: Lucile Green,
cibility, while the draft-Kennedy forces hopeto the ultimate choice of a President, what is Referring unfavorable polls in recent that Democratic caucus to be held at noon Democratic committee chairman;
the President
prove that, even next door to his home state at stake on October 13 is the election of 877 have months plagued Powell said they also reflect Saturday. Oct. 13,In each of Florida's E.L. Matthews state, vice committeeman chairman; Jim-;

of Georgia, President Carter can be beaten. delegates to participate in the presidential that 71 percent of the American people 67 Main counties.item of business at the my and Crosby Desta Dyal state committee-
straw ballot on November 1718. The process still nave confidence in the Presi- caucus to be held In the County Commission woman. Three alternates will also be
The early optimism of the youthful draft- has acquired an aura of importance because it dent."His rivals haven't been subject room of the new courthouse, elected at this time.
Kennedy workers has given way to laments is the first popular Carter-Kennedy confrontation Carter to the same has"unmerciful the secretary scrutiny said.that Is to elect delegates to the State All candidates for delegate will be
press at the
that they are inherently outgunned in a contest in the nation-and the nation will be'wat- "The time will soon come when the Democratic Nationwide attention Convention Is focused in November.on the allowed caucus one and minute may announce to speak their

grass-roots enthusiasm for the ching. 4 critical newspapers, and the pollsters straw ballot for preferential presidential preference at that time,
undeclared candidacy of Kennedy against the must quit comparing President preference to be conducted at this if they wish to do so.
I well entrenched Democratic Party establish. If you would like to have a part in shaping Carter with with the God alternatives.and start comparinghim He'll look I meeting. The forces of President Jim- A screening committee will propose

) ment in Florida, led by Gov. Bob Graham, and this first test between Carter and Kennedy, much better then"Powell:predicted. my Carter'Sent and Edward his ,.potential Kennedy ,the the following various persons county to precincts fill vacanciesin and
all members of the Cabinet except one.. cast your vote for th& eJegates of your choiceon challenger all-out to nominations may also be made from
if bit for In denial t...the President lacks are waging an fight capture
late the a
October 13-even
you are a this straw vote since it will be the first the floor at the committee. meeting
Carter forces are worried about two severe kick-off in Gainesville. leadership, Pcnmoi said Carter wai test In the nation of the strength of two Thursday night:
'head-on" tho Issues
\ meeting tough aspirants to the White House. Precinct 1 (woman), Martha
that threaten our society "He is tellIng -
Carter has the backing of Governor Dorko.
the American people the truth, Bob Graham and all members of the Precinct 3 (woman), Muriel Gilhoo-
even when that truth is not pleasing or
J BUARCNeeds Your Financial Support politically expedient. The question to cabinet Lewis ,who except hiss Comptroller announced his Gerald sup 'y-Precinct 4 (woman), Jewell Brown:
be decided in 1980 is whether or not we
s Charles Dinkins.
port of Kennedy. Carter also has the Precinct 5 (man),
ourselves together to face
can pull our
support of the state organization and Precinct 9 (man), Robert Milner,
problems. We must subordinate our
Unless more funds are forthcoming-and older than 18. This is for the workshop program own interests to building a consensusof section most county of Florida.officials-at least in this Jr.Precinct 12 (man), James R. Red-
soon-a dozen or more emotionally, physically carried on at Sunshine Acres the national defense. We must adopt Bradford County is entitled to six
and mentally handicapped children in Brad- BUARC project located Con Highway 16 nor-. country the slogan first''Not" me first, but my delegates to the convention only two dish.Precinct 14 (man), Carl Lamar
ford and Union Counties will no longer receivethe thwest of Starke. The $1,500 represents the difference of whom will be elected at the October Johns.
will Precinct 15 (man and woman). A.
IS The others
special instruction and attention they are between the total $6,500 in matching In answer to a question, Powell said automatically caucus. serve because of their Stanley Green and Mary Jane Green.
now getting at home. funds needed and the $5,000 provided for this the energy problem Is too importantto positions the party organization.! All registered Democrats are urgedto
purpose by the Bradford County Commission. play politics with-a veiled Those qualifying for the two attend the caucus at 12 noon on October
The that is in such dire need of reference to the President's problemsin delegates are Earl F. Jones 13.
program. BUARC must pay 12.5 percent of the total an- getting energy program going in spots
funds called HIP, which stands nual $35,089 grant to operate the workshop' the face of Congressional opposition.He .
for Homebound Intervention Program Although Union County has ten of the 28 clientsin said that Carter was the first
providing the the Union County Commissionso President to stand up to the problemand
program,
physical, occupational and speech
that 20 of
predicted percent our
far has not made contribution toward
therapy to help prepare handicapped any energy will be coming from solar

youngsters for school. It started here inDecember the expense. power within the next decade.On .

1977 with six clients, more than Clients- are referred to BUARC and the program t another topic, Powell said it

doubling this number in two years.At by the Child Find Service of Alachua would be a tragic mistake to rejectthe
County. The hospital notifies BUARC of poten- Salt II treaty because of the
the present time HIP has only about $600 tial clients at the child's birth and, through a presence of Russian troops in Cuba. While -

of the needed $900 to continue the program letter, BUARC explains the program to the He said the 1962 missile crisis in Cuba
through the present quarter, ending on parent and invites him or her to the home for a posed a real threat to U.S. security areas
December 31. It was at first thought that the visit. \ sent but that this Is not the case in the pre- the grown

money for the entire year would all have to be controversy. .

raised by October 1, but HRS, under which it is After the child's levels of skill are determined The breakfast turned from seriousto By

administered, gave permission to pay the the teacher or trainer begins home visits to festive when a huge cake toppedh *
local share quarterly. work with the parent and the child. The amaz- a Democratic donkey' was raise -
bought in to celebrate Powll 36th area.
ing progress made by some of these children ,birthday garden .
Total annual cost of the program is $37,470, was described recently in article in The '
of which Federal funds pay 90 percent, leavingten Telegraph concerning the splendid results of Democratic Committee members cool of

percent, or $3,747 to be raised locally. This this summer's swimming program for retarded -, from Bradford Union Alachua. and the formed >> -'
has been done through bake sales, flea children. Joined other North in Central Florida counties early
singing. "Happy
Birthday
markets car washes raffles auctions, and "
Jody. Berry 10.'M:
BUARC (Bradford-Union Association for The next fund-raising event for the BUARC tinue '<
will be a "one mile fun-run" weather '
Retarded program and a
Citizens
) membership fees. But the
five-mile to be
race staged the last of this grow
amount raised through these sources has not month. The community should during ,:A'
a\
been enough. even Letters ners.
port this and other similar fund-raising & become 7
The for this worthwhile program which has touched !'
group also 'needs some $1,500 for "
lives In A
so many Bradford and Union start
another grant catering to handicapped people ties. Coun-1-.,. _.. _. ION /
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susceptible '' ," 'Telegraph which was an
In Ruuia a net U thrown over a bridal coupU because no evil spirit can get atlhf I ; 4 Journey through Bradford County no
pair without Tint ontying the knot f I 1i hllt0r7. -
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I '." !& honor of the occasion Tbe'retetirapb. Sequoia. -. '
garden.
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1379 > .1 continuous publication. I took the it is .-
4 .{u]liberty of entering some comments on disease !
AC'M Wilig itPh i igthe paper'and Its'publishers! in the Sequoia theft
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Progrghl.p Saturday Auditorium. ." ,.. Anqoal Needle Work ShowThe

: + "Commun1 ?bor,."win pro- Special features of the program will The Magic Needle Shop on Bessent display. There will also l be an antique
lent their fall concert this Saturday be soloist Kevin Neel' rendition of a Road wUl have Its fifth annual needlework corner. '
night at the Bradford High School traditional j spiritual, entitled "Ole needlework show Thursday, Friday Entries are, from Jacksonville,
Auditorium. The program will begin Jim", and a mother-daughter piano and Saturday Oct. 4J., at the shop Lake City, Lake ButlerU. :alatka.,
8 p.m., and last approximately an duet by Cindy?McRae and deAnnWoman's from a.m. to 4 p.m. each day. Gainesville.Deals !
sat
} Canova. '(t.1<( All kinds of needlework from lat.chhook I aStwe.Uir'as'Starke. < :
-.... Donations of II will be received 4 '' to petite point will be on The public Is ts ,
toward improvement of the ""% .
auditorium stage. .,.::\j a
Club To Hold
,. This will be the first formal concertof .... Woman's Club Having Car Wash And :::
the Chorus since! their beginning Luncheon' And Bazaar I
back In the summer. Under the
.nJ talented directions of Bill McRae and -* ',\ ., Wax Saturday, Oct. .\:':
frs accompanied by Mrs; George The Starke Woman's Club will holda
rD Canova, the concert Saturday night luncheon and bazaar'at the clubhouse The Starke Woman's Club will holda Woman's Club:your car will be Washed -
promises' to be a delightful and plea on FrIday Oct. 5 from 11 a.m.. car wash and wax Job on Saturday, ,waxed and the interior vacuumed.
I t .Ng\ sant break from the monotony of TV to 2 p.m. Oct. from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. in the Anyone wanting this service are I
: and cheaper and less time consuming Chill and sandwiches: will be sold parking lot adjacent to the club house. asked to call Mrs. VJ. Spengler at
than a night out in Jacksonville or for'1.110 per person. For a donation of $10.00 to the 064-6046 for a time slot designation.
Gainesville. You will be very House plants and small household
vH pleasantly and enjoyably 'surprised items will be for sale.
with the "big great sound" of your The public Is invited to attend the Junior Club To Have Piano Recital _
"small town'community group. luncheon and the bazaar.
:- I The program will feature traditional Joey Herres and Doug York will house.
,,,. .. ." ''1ft'It'.r and patriotic songs by noted present a piano recital at the Junior
r .. J" .,. composers and artists. included In Woman's Club meeting, Monday Hostesses will be Mrs. R.M.. Autry
."I .. .\.;"' r,', ". \ the repertoire will be "Song OfDemocracy" Larry Williams, head floral night, Oct. 8, at 7:30: p.m.:at the club and Mrs. Richard Dugger.
Howard
r.; by Hanson
r designer for Rose Mont Gardens In
I .". ., :;. .i "Battle Hymn of the Republic Songof Thomasville, Ga. the weekend .. ". .
lill0<';" ,; Peace, American Folk Trilogy, with his Mr., spent and Mrs. Edwin Dr.and Mrs.H.H. Adams spent last Mrs. J.H. Fields was visiting Mrs. ,
L. ''Y.. '.' ,i _____" __...u____ This la My Country, and Black is the WilliamsY parents, Monday to Saturday touring TenElsa Lyles in Jacksonville last Sunday '
Color of My True Love's Hair". nessee and North Carolina. to Wednesday.
Mr.and Mrs.Richard Norman ,
,

Marlene Dawson and Richard Norman


Wed Sept. 28 at Northside Baptist ChurchNorthside


Baptist Church, Starke, flower embroidered bodice studded
was the setting for the marriage of with pearls at the neckline, long
"Marlene Katherine Dawson,daughterof tapered sleeves and chapel length
Mrs. Joy Lovett of Starke,. and train edged with organza. Her crown
Richard Gerald Norman, son of Mr. secured net three tiered veil of illu-
and' Mrs. Robert G. Norman of sion. She carried a long cascade arrangement .
Lawtey on Friday, Sept. 28 at 8 p.m. of peach and yellow
with Rev. James Cowart performing 'miniature carnations, yellow pompoms
the nuptials. champagne daisies and
Centering the altar was a gold IS English ivy accented by a sheath of
light candelabra with burning tapers dried wheat.A .
flanked by two standing containers of reception was held in the church
;,yellow gladiolus, bronze mums, Fellowship Hall where the guests
yellow pompoms, champagne daisies were greeted by Betty Kelly. Miss
I and dried wheat. Kimberly Self kept the bride's book.
Jimmy Alvarez, pianist, presenteda Throughout the hall were arrangements '
; program of nuptial music. of greenery and flowers
".Ken Thompson attended as best in the bride's chosen colors.
man. Ushers were Shawn Struthers The bride's table was covered witha
..and Jay Dawson, nephews of the white linen floor length cloth and
bride.. centered with a three tiered wedding
Miss Jeanetta Jones of Live Oak cake centered with a flowing foun
;erved as maid of honor. She wore a tain. Encircling the cake and punch .
,floor length apricot colored gown with bowl were fall flowers. Mrs. Terry 1 r
empire style, trimmed with lace and Coley and Miss Kim Norman cut the g
.pearls. She wore a small hairpiece of cake.
daisies and miniature carnations In The punch table held two crystal
,the fall shades. She carried a nosegay punch bowls and.was centered with
,champagne, daisies, miniature car. greenery and,an arrangement fall
tnations in yellow- and peach .and lIoatea.HAsaiarbug 'ine.erdgg'ataMrs.
yellow pompoms. ] Melody Struth rS, Miss Bonnie .
nle11y Dawson, cousin of the bride Dawson and Mrs. Michele Dawson.
served as flower girl and carried a Following a wedding trip to f PANTRY PRIDE
basket of apricot rose petals. Justin Daytona Beach the couple is residingin
Ward, in a tuxedo identical to the best Starke. "
-man, was ring-bearer. The bride and groom are both 1979 SLICEDMUEtlSTER ,
Given in marriage by her brother, graduates of Bradford High School.
Marian, Dawson, the bride wore a.white She Is employed at the law office of
organza gown over taffeta with Wolbert and'' Futch and he Is
'." employed at the Lawtey Correctional .
Institution. ; $15 PANTRY PRIDE .
.Jphn Wagner Honored

-.at Surprise Dinner Stacie Gnann Celebrates ,s PKG.Boz PARMESAN & ROMANO gated C5e

Eighth Birthday FridayStacie
Sunday Noon GRATED CHEESE

Gnann daughter of Bobbie
1?::Brother John Wagner was given a Gnann of Lawtey,was honored with a 3oz CAN 8oz CAN '
-l surprise birthday dinner Sunday after birthday party, last Friday night at
the morning service by the membersof their home In Lawtey.The .
the First Christian Church. party theme was carried out :
The covered dish dinner was held In with Holly Hobble decorations used 6ge $169
the church Fellowship Hall. The eight throughout. The cake was Holly Hobble ,
dining tables were covered with white centered with a Holly Hobble doll. ,
cloths and centered with rose bud ar After the 36 children attended the birthday -
rangements.Members. party,there was a slumber par. Chcz
of the church and friends ty to follow/with 21 in attendance.
assisted in making this a memorable Those attending the slumber party
occasion. were: Angle and Erika Padgett of PANTRY PRIDE
Jacksonville. Cherise Parrish of
Mrs. Emma Badman MaxvUle; Lisa and Aimee Waters of SLICEDMOZZA&3EE.LA
Middleburg; Shonna and Nick! Yarborough -
Celebrates of Macclenny; Mindy Gnann
83rd of Theressa; Christie Redding,Aimee
Jackson, Sheila Tew. Dee Dee

birthday Saturday Waters; Kim Lee, Denise Gullion, 89C -,',... ..
Susan Crawford, Rhonda Manning, 60z PKG. -'
!Mrs. Emma Badman celebratedher Susan Peugh. Dana Norman and
83rd birthday Saturday evening at Marcella Carter. *;

*dinner party given by her soninlawand -. 1
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. V.J.
Spengler at their: home on N. Broad- u
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Lawson of Fort S 1
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Street. SLICED .
way and Mrs. Bennett ,,
Helping to celebrate the occasionwere Walton Beach Peg
Mr. and Mrs. J.L Bettes of St. and son, John Haehn of Colorado SprIngs SWISS PANTRY PRIDE SLICED 1s
Augustine, Mr. and Mrs. Desso For Cob are guests this week of ,
man of Gainesville Mr. and Mrs.J.C. Mrs. Ewell Lawson. John Is remain- AMERICANSINGLES
Dukes and Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Warren Ing here to take a six weeks Diesel CHEESE
at Vo Tech.
of Starke. course 6oz PKG. ti t
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MUCH THEY DD"p.: I": AXELRODRICOTTA CREAM
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: \' people do realize how many.unx en de- .,..1',+t 'rt', c' t' rrei ,NARIECNDDARr ,CHEESE CHEESE a
are necessary ..Jor'n the simplest! ; Jr."i a .
,! service Atour; firm capablehands, JIJ.Jf' ). crce CHEESE ; eox
kb.i."I in :a long tradition of pl'rsonalllt'rvino. 't..'- 150 $149 PKG. 6"8CCUP '
of details with' { : "'** /'. tooz8RCt 1.69
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'fulness. No ,,'rv no Js j too simple'to' '
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Alicia Homrich Will Jim Duncan Will Speak at Woman's Club ,
'

1 Speak at Homomajk.. Lunchean .Meeting Oct 10 :' ;l

Meeting Oct. 11 Jim Dwcanjpfe lrf Bradford day Oelsveakr. 10. at...>p.m.seiledteasl .
O>ii Htol .... aa ffce wID" I '.
Bradford County Homemakers will A'Y A'A ...... Mrs. L.R.GlbeoneM mar ,. .,;-:
at the lUetin l Uon- Wt'i, Ii l.Hostesswffl {l., ,
meet Thursday.Oct 11, at 10 a.m. at club"on"we Se.Nancy t .
,'
the Starke Woman's SLJ
the Starke Agriculture Building. "
Mrs. Guy Andrews. M '
Alicia Homrich, new Home Edwards and son Mae Denton. Mrs.John Gri &.Mte''. ,
Demonstration Agent will talk on two E.A.Hall.Mrs.J-C.Hobbs,MM.A.R,'
workshop to be held this year.A McRae. Mrs. E.R. Weaver and Mrs. '
miscellaneous:: workshop will be Tex Patrick O.A. Wiggins.To .v ,
held Thursday, Oct. 25, at 10 a.m. at "I
r7t4 the Agriculture Building. Membersand Wed October 6 DUPLICATE BRIDGE I:
friends attending are asked to being CLUB RESULTS

a brown bag lunch. Nancy Edwards and Tex Patrick Winners at Duplicate Bridge Tuesday
will be united in marriage Saturday night were Martorie Thomson
Robert Normans Host, Oct 6,at':30 p.m.in the home of thegroom's and Evelyn Griffin in first; Lora '.
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.M. Francis and Rhea Johnson were liePatridlln
Rehearsal Lawtey. cane; Krish Sonl and Eva Matbewson
Dinner Teresa DeVere All friends and relatives are Invited were third; Mr. and Mrs. Jerry
to attend. Moran were fourth.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Norman of Teresa DeVore and
Lawtey entertained at a dinner party
Thursday night, Sept. 'ZI, at the Nor- Robert Patterson, III DWIGHT SLATER
thslde Baptist Church: for their son,
Richard and fiancee. Marlene Engagement Told
Dawson following the couple's wedding
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*. Scott Booher Morgan. rehearsal. Announcement la made of the FOld & Scat U.S..30IS.
p,7; The long table in the Fellowship engagement and approaching marriage .
r A.M. 12P.M.
Sandi i and Scott Hall was covered with a whit linen of Teresa Gale DeVore. & Walnut St
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Morgan cloth and centered with an arrangement daughter of Mrs. Pauline DeVore and
of summer flowers. the late John R. DeVore of Lawte),to RC of NEHI
Have Wedding in Home Setting The 22 attending Included the Robert Patterson,III,son of Mr. and MOTOR Oil !N\ .
I members of both families and atten Mrs. Robert Patterson,Jr. of Starke. t1 iI., OR PE3I16OZ.
dants. Miss DeVore and Mr.Patterson are 3Qts.
Miss Sandi Selette Powell, plimented by Chantillv lace and long both 1978 graduates of Bradford High $t29T..
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David L. sheer lace sleeves. SchooL Miss DeVore is a senior at tIie Plus Tax .
Powell and Scott Booher Morgan,son She wore a veil Illusion trimmed University of Florida majoring in
of Mr.and Mrs.Don R.Morgan all of In Chantilly lace which was gathered Henry Thomson of Douglasville elementary education. Mr. Patterson ALL CRAMPS BIER
in a lace She GA. visited his mother, Mrs. W.H. is employed the of Starke. Borden'sBULK
Keystone Heights, were married crown. carried a cascadeof by City
Saturday.Sept.22 at 2 p.m.in a home white daisies and pom-poms Thomson and sister, Mrs. James The wedding Is planned for $11" $ OO Case
ceremony. centered with a silk flower surrounded Womack and family during the December 21 at the Madison Street a.. I
weekend. Over Cost
The couple was united before the by babies breath.A Baptist Church.
Morgan's living room fireplace banked reception followed in the Morgan
by large plants in a unity candle home which was decorated
ceremony conducted by the Rev. throughout with fresh flowers.
LeRoy Lewis.8ftt Guests were greeted at the door by
man was Donald Chase Karen McDonald. Assisting with the
Morgan brother of the bridegroom reception was Mr*. Joyce Bryant. 1 ; t
and Tamara Lynn Morgan, sister of Kathy Edwards, who cut and served : ; nd 1980
the bridegroom served as the bride's the cake and Karen McDonald who ", .. -
maid of honor. attended the bride's book. 2
The bride.given in marriage by her Following a wedding trip to -- -- CUTLASS
father,wore a white A-line satin gown Daytona Beach the couple will make ENTER OUR

which featured a fitted bodice com- their home in Keystone. 1980 OLDS DRAWINGS WON _


Ronnie Norman .. YOU COULD WIN THE NEXT CAR !

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HERE'S HOW '

Celebrates Sixth W..&h.r"w Mt yov.M a(l.10 pd..IN MW Mda,Mightjs&Ss
P..F..II....9&-..,_NNbaI_'ic .'....
Birthday October 1 ..bydN.N.IMCelia.a.p.w.e.INi..wrd. .. .,.jr NEXT DRAWING WILL BE IN fRANCES P. Hill
.N ...add.If phon*---...... .-.ticket
,> rill f. ,...cc'.' Pb,r, ,d_..cll._k.rtum th.mto JACKSONVILLE OCT 11. 1979 ST SIMONS ISUNO. U

Mrs.Ronnie Wayne Norman Norman son celebrated of Mr. and his \5 MOn GiVEN "", ..., ppATM,MGS. boa Pantry k X.th....P-.tl!.*-... Mai t.NNal.p_..'t*N to.0 tti*.I.SWf.*tsc CPSTAKf...t wwkwill mM.b.* OUR PANT AT* rmiot STOKE 1980 OLDSMOBILE

Oct. with 0 FouR ..... named_ ..toe..oII.lII.. LOCATED IM THC
1,
sixth birthday Monday a PWMM
'IME"S ,IIO oat:Curia** Supreme c.>P A mm*...*.wWb TOWN A COUNTRY CINTII WINNER
party at McDonald's. .ken every__.e.tr__k.. AT 1O A.M.
Games were played by the eight
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children and prizes won by Nat Shannon -
Ronnie Norman and Johnny

h Frampton. 21 ,
I
{ Later on his grandparents. Mrs. AS I'j
Beulah Norman of Lawtey and Mr. a .
and Mrs.George Reed of Starke.surprised SAVE 10- FRESH FLA. LO.
I him with more fun and stir Avocadoes 2/89'
prises. 0 0 ,
) Fresh Florida Celery 2 stag 790

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Rhaitda La tfm -, I I..citorzja- Sweet Potatoes 5 is M: 100

Michael Howe BIRTHS Bartlett PearT n49iiMniia (


) Rhonda Landers 37.9 349 23 U.S. NO.. I Chef Potatoes u9C.J

Michael Dean HoweTo Starke Mr. and announce Mrs. Gordon the birth W Allen of of a .e Fresh. --Slaw-or Salad nri 49":

Wed October 5 daugher. Tammy Renee born SAVE 20e SAVE 20t SAVE.e A VyV Canadian Mmu Rutabagas is 18"%
September 25 at Shands Teaching

Mr. and Mrs. Eldon L. Landers of Hospital. Florida uxmmmiumt Citrus Punch 19"
MALI UL
Maternal grandmother Is Mrs. Ma-
Macclenny announce the engagementand !
Jorie K. Davis of Keystone Heightsand tl CALIFORNIA RED
approaching marriage of their FRESHYELLOW '
Rhonda Michelle to the late Grover Davis. Paternal ... $ ,_ (_ CRISP
daughter $
Michael Dean Howe. son of Mrs. grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. J.M. TOKAY ::;+ "GREEN P FRESHCARROTS
Allen of Starke.
Mildred Howe of Starke. .
The wedding will take place Friday, ft GRAPES
October at 7:30 p.m. at the Church SAVE1ee CORN CABBAGE
of Jesus Christ of Ialter-Day Saints Jr. and Ann K
Fred. Shirley Phillips

to Macclenny.All amend friends and relatives are invited September of their Hospital Hampton baby in Gainesville.20 son.announce at Paul Shands the Allan arrival Teaching born of : 8 $1 @ 59 LB @ 3 LB 2 SAVE BAGS ILBCELLO 6<35c


Paternal grandparents are Fred
Mrs Kenneth Childress
Sr. and Etna Phillips of Lake Butler. PUNCHDETERGENT l. ReaLemonLEMON

Stork Shower Honoree and Maternal Neva grandparents Williamson of are Hampton.Delmar KLEENEX4, SUNSHINE JUICE

Paternal great grandmother is Ada SAYS 100bFv'
Mrs. Kenneth Childress was Hoist of Starke. Maternal great I ..... $)99 KRISPY
honored at a stork shower last Friday grandmother is Veins DeWitt of Mon- SAVE tae BOXBest TOWELS .. ; 320.. 69CBTI.
night given by Mrs.George Hamilton ticello. Arkansas. GIANT ROLL I SALTINE
I
and Mrs. Lon Custer at the S.W.
Hamilton borne on N. Walnut Street I.. SAVE'ioBest : SAVE tot
The refreshment table was covered I t .
with white linen cloth edged with lace Mr. and Mrs. Steve Cox of Starke 59 LI l6ot 59 '
and centered with an arrangement of announce the birth of a son, Cr7wY"
cockscomb,ageratum and coleus. Christopher Ray.Sunday.Sept.30.in BOX
Games with prizes and St. Vincent's Hospital. He Joins two
refreshments were enjoyed by the 22 sisters.DeDe and Stpehanie. e
guests during the party hours 7:30 Maternal grandparents are Mrs.
and 9:30 p-m. Loca Norman Page of Jacksonvilleand iyshvGwtrs/ Best & -Rr(;i per e.1
the late Harold K. Norman of .
del r-wrwairIUeesez M.N/i aw--
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e Starke. vcJ'/; Facial Tissue 3s1M Soother Detite asapple 2 lIS.1 ,yylVlf'i''
Paternal grandparents are Mr. and --n w.u pro ...... ,
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Brock of Chat- -
tahoocaee. Tenn. were Saturday Mrs. Ray Cox of Starte.LQMGCHAMP OBlmontt Pudding Caps 79011W Smmtrift ShofttBISg sill 3
visitors of Mr and Mrs.H.A.Lawson. eaa_ $ 92Ooz
9) Weuaa. Oil Sak; :is- 99i(
.N irIwhuffy ,
sArE K Trash tag Lintrs sly Herstey Cay 51'1/ i ifur. LOAVES
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SAYE SC
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YNiilla Wafers Crisco Shortening 2.19

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&g.i"t"l'"< .LIBBYCKIAM r's CORN PANTRY PRIDEPULLAPART .'

I mru en WNOLBSAVE1O MMMCI I BreaswlckSteir ,
M----.riIletl J
Mme Dressings 89(5Uxbtk (=.,. ,, 3' 17e11 $1 I A.
3$100JOY
-- CANS By SOL BREAD
Sup; 41 f 3*
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B Ba...cn: Salts 59d : GAINLAUNDRY : tet.
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+.r s.o l s Cheddar 4/5 J,, ,LIQUIDDETERGENT flex :.

luattlaruRice19rwrw DETERGENT Best BII krB'aheryb: .
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Petit u IIsIter Dills 99i( : ;t'AiPj,1t, 994 :.
49 02

I r.. -hiij w.-Pridt Bxk Ptppw 69$ BOX 139: QUART ONE $119 a..wi r.Pastry Price Dinner Rolls 3.111. '

I .est
'aail1l Wafers
I.: SAVE ISo SAVE Dh R Meat Bread 694d
59'x ", ... 20CCANA.a

t paRy I .seBlrii .....yMIlK > 111/R'S/ ,
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MIXES 69cASONTW ..... CUI. 8OOA.COUMtIl 0. '
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1 HOMES nAYORS al TOMATO SAUCE OIlS uOsTt. .n.a.. P0ia e P..cK. PIBLB 990
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:MdthM'wts: :.to&ay: Corner Stone, '. '\" Marle,Iardee ndRaymond II
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Ma Hamilton of Tampa. wa Mr. aMMn.Aa4y Jordan aad ; a rt
son,
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if 0\'...... gw.t of M* Mathew MM* 1M weekend with his ::mNew' Felhiwalii Hall Sunday, Wilkerson 1Cfadyilebbard f

Mr. and MM. fthemd parents, lir. apdMrs.. Joe Jordan .In .... .
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Live Oak. Cons.Miration, and corner stone la* older structure which had.a. .rvd fee To Wed Nov.10
gre gM'lM for the new *1M4M church since It was moved bare from

'Hall of the Pint Unfed !. teYand remodeled in,we. In ad- --, .
MUYi MethodWchurch will be held atl* dIn to the new corner! stone,the old
a.1'D. Sunday morning Oct. 7. .I stone from 1936. a>well as two stone
t? 1 t Following. the u ..... blocks from the old church building
covered: dish! dinner will be I will be set into the northwest corner of
new building for :; the new building. i

friends of the church. Scott WhitehMd builder the new
NaOp.n. will be held at 9:15: a.m., hall will present the key to John A.
Sunday School at the regular'! hour:: Torode chairman of the building i

Thenew; Fellowship Hall of committee and,the trustees of the '.T" :
modified colonial design, church.
replace a. ; f
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C&BGAIIAGEHWY. ILL ,0kivitiesSet: ark i, Cindy Hubbard Elected

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100 & CHURCH ST Oct: 12.13A.t Clubhouse To Honor Society of

'. Members of the Klngsley Lake Property o'clock with all members of the American LegionCindy

TUNE UPS Owners Association- their: association Invited and,,urged to at
GREASE & OIL
guests will have a covered dish sup-3 tend Col. Wm. T. Cacaba State Hubbard. former Bradford
Parts & Labor per Friday night Oct. 12. In the Quartermaster from Military Headquarters County resident and graduate of

FILTER KLPOA community center.: A social at St. Augustine, will address Bradford High School ((1962), was
4 CJI. ..........*18" hour will be held starting at 6 p.m. the group and answer questions recently elected La Presidents Nitttonale -
with supper served at: 7. concerning the sanitary facilities at Marie Hardee of La Societe de Femme. La

0 CJI. I..a.... 20" $95 An after dinner feature will be an Camp Blanding and other en- Raymond WUkenwm Femme is an auxiliary to La Societe i
old-fashioned cake walk featuring vironmental matters affecting: des Quarante Homines et Hull:
homemade ,cakes contributed by KingsleyLake. Mr. and Mrs. 'Luther B. Hardee of Chevaux (the 40 T 8),the Honor Society
8 CJI.<..........'29" members. Proceeds: will go to the Starke announce the engagement and of the American Legion.
building fund. -'I' .. approaching marriage of their The purpose of La Femme are to
The KLPOA Board of Directors will daughter. B. Marie Hardee to Raymond assist the Forty Eight in their programs -
meet Saturday morning Oct. 13, at 9 Mr. and Mrs. Al Herndon and Mrs.Vila F. Wilkerson, son of Mr. and of Nurses Training, Child !
White of Gainesville were Sun- Mrs Leon Wilkerson of Lawtey. Welfare, Americanism and Carville ,
day visitors of Mrs. J.M. Barron. Star. Carvllle Star is a that '
The Mr. Wilkerson graduated from program
Haagmaa Returns rOet.
Brake Jobs I jfy Bradford High School in 1063 and Is the 40 T 8 sponsors to aid the United
$6250 Z**I.
?; Mrs. Fred Bennett, Sr., returned employed at Union Correctional In- States Public Health Hospital Corvine -
TerwIUegar Motors Sept.<< 22 from two weeks visit with her stitution. La., which is for patients withlIansen'l
ZOI W.Madison 8t. and Mr. and Mrs.
son faintly Billy
Disease Charlie Schaeferof
Miss Hardee graduated from BUSIn
M4-T200 Moore in Sall5b rg, N.C. Bradford County Is the Grand
for appointment 1969 and Is employed at Florida
State Prison. Director of Florida for Carville, and }

A November 10 wedding date has Is on the Natlonale Committee. }
been set at The United Pentecostal During the next 12 months Cindy expects -
Church, 204 N. Water St., StarkeAll to travel between 60.000'?70,000
friends and relatives are Invited miles to represent her organization at
C to attend. different functions throughout the
51000.00 CASH WINNERS PLAYING continual United States as well as
Hawaii and Germany. One of the
Miss Kathy Taylor
MONDAY NIGHT10O.OO highlights of the year will be placing
-. wreath at the Tomb of the unknown
I l' .' = Honored At Several Soldier at Arlington National
II i Pro-fgQI .QJI Cemetery In May on Memorial Day.

://liiJi. : Parties Recently Auditor By profession for Zayre Cindy Department is an Invoice Store

I c Miss Kathy Taylor whose marriage where she has been employed for the
SMITH TMURMAN. WINNERS to Charles Green will be an past fifteen years.A .
LOm DAVIS JOSEPH Me COLLOUOM CARL MSMZW event of Oct. 20 has been honored at testimonial banquet In 'Cindy's
.S. SMROMMIBSMICHKAk INSZ SMITH JACOUIIYN STtVtNSONCHISTIM several parties recently.On honor is being planned for February
TiCK \I' k GLE 10U WAtLACC MRS H,S. MAMMSL 'U"K' ., .', :'. ;. Saturday Sept. 13, a luncheon 23, but at this time arrangements are
EVtRy1tM MARION' TITftCAULT EMI ay FILCHER Of NALO JACKSON for Miss at the Incomplete.
was given Taylor
I .
'I. -Winning MN. LNaVMI' ::: 'M:
.Chap LajR1 PR10 LISTEN COOPER LO..NAMAYII C.M. WAD II .... ,.... .. Garden Restaurant by Mrs. Charles
v's11 T IksHI SCAMLSTT CANON PS CASTANIIR' SIMP' COOK 1 possibilities _'''0 !.: ,..... Darby and Mrs. L.F. Dinklns. Double Baby Shower
t ,..
Wi11 CHAKLIS MOMMISON LOUIS T JONES DORIS. PCCONA ,r 10 0000 .enm- The long dining table was centered

COMPLETE DETAILS AT YOUR PANTRY PRIDE per week % + :=.*!.* :- with an arrangement of mixed sum Held Sept. 27
mer flowers. Bridal place cards
-- -
v marked the seating arrangement for

I the 14 guests. At St. Edwards
uvi miiMftM Ma mw vain VMS) : The hostesses presented the
Beef Blade Chuck (Roast *1"IM honoree with the sugar dish to her
I II Mrs. Mary Coss Rallis and Mrs.
..
11111114.R WMMUItWM chosen: china: as a memento of
pattern Maura O'Neal honored at a baby
C were
California Steak wiI- .ww 2ZI the occasion.
II shower given Thursday evening.
IM nt 1(111.1 MM NUN V.IIY Sall Among those attending were Mrs.
$1" September 27, by St. Edward's Altar
Boneless Stewing Beef ulft LIINN A A Bobby Taylor, mother of the honoree Society in the parish hall.
IK till III MHMIM.Unil, ..l'' Mrs. Herbert Green, and Mrs. J.H. The gift table was covered with
Cubed Chuck Steak J2IM Fields, mother and grandmother of pink as was the refreshment table
IK i u mm/>.ii?m*.tin a mi the prospective groom, Miss Janet which held the crystal punch bowl
Freshly Ground Beef '*]*' "! IVIIV of Miss Pam
LI ,, Yarbrough Jacksonville two separate cakes decorated with
tVl IM*ItflKW VMIff HUB Reynolds and Miss,Lori,,Godwin of pink and blueing, had snuck foods, 11
Fresh Pork Butts .1'1' Taylor and Miss Vicki Sapp of Mac- A decorative umbrella was also

IM IMIIiniM rant, l.l l I.t nNt t ,'Manila 8 5Le Benny featured on (this table. Above the gift r
Center Cot Pork *171 M ao.a.MIaWY
Chops L. table was a large pink umbrella with
.... ., MV/I
law KiiiniiiivMirf /I. 11/I" blue streamers.
t.BSAYE Jt0'rartl Miss Lisa Mitchell Ms. Debra
Sliced Loin Half Pork Loin VIM
LaSAYE Prevail, Mrs. Donna Hartley and Among the guests at the shower
Ml II,KM t.. till 20d A LI SOd A u SAVE 40d A LI Mrs.J.T. Prevatt gave a linen shower were Mrs. Rallis' mother Mrs. Antoinette
Smoked Turkey Hams ?,] Thursday night, Sept. 'JI,at the homeof Con and her one year old
"VI.....*./ & the latter on N. Walnut Street for daughter Rhlannon.
Pantry Pride Sour Cream 68(" Miss Taylor. Mrs. Claire Brunetti was in chargeof
.,. ... LARGE for this affair.
M m if*at mmi mt till COU INN Cut ? ? The refreshment table was covered arrangements
Cream Cottage Cheese I 6rIhet: Or Beef Franks Claussen Assorted Pickles IV 1\ GUOI A BAKING HEMS with a crocheted linen cloth and

'-wMA. IM1 M*War Ml UU 411 tMMIXflMHygrade centered by bud vases holding rose
Pantry Pride Cream Cheese 680. Fyne Taste Meat Bologna 'IIM Hot Dogs 881SI" ?,TO 7 LBS 58? buds. Rose buds were also used at Crews-Bell Family

IMC in tiH m am *431 <*MM Pans MM till UM..-man save toe A LB points of Interest In the living room.
'-Bordens American Singles I Sliced Imported Ham Red Snapper Fillets The hostesses presented the Reunion October 7

NN wwM. MX w KM M Mint Ml tM ClW A SKILLET BRAND honoree with a Thermal blanket and a
Fyne Spred Oleo Qtrs.Vegetable 43" Smoked Sausage SZ11IIN Matlaws Shrimp Rolls M"FREEZER BACON set of towels as a memento of the oc- The l late Theodore Crews and John

taw*,NCe.. w..... ....r_ Ia..11r'1'CO..r casion. Bell family reunion will be held Sun
Oil Spread 2 Nr88" Ass't. Chipped Meats 48" iSatiawT Staffed Clams S 111 says I 30" t La 98C Approximately 25 guests attended day, Oct. 7, at the Smyrna Church,
PKG. between the hours 7:30: and t pm. corner of Pratt and Myrtle Streets.All .

are invited to the Sunday morn
NEW ZEALAND, MOOD rum rtoKioi LYKES OR HYGRADE ing services, followed by dinner on
GINUINI.NG ORAHG&IJU1CB QUEEN Miss Kathy Taylor was the honoreeat the
grounds.
LAMB BONELESS HAMS I ISAVH an Informal but delightful"Coffee"last
LEGS SLICED QUARTER DINNERS Saturday morning at the home of

IALI.aU..Y.TIAI(, toe Mrs. Joan Chitty on Searing Street
I TO $158 auI 9841' PORK MANSI1S ItS PATTIES' ALB $198 Hostesses for the occasion: were Mrs. Las Vegas Night

I 7 Lal CTN. 5PAGHTTI sLICIDTURIIar 4 MSATSALLS ON James V. Crosby, Sr., Mrs. Frank will be this Saturday -
Las Night
L 0 I N Vegas
Mitchell, Mrs. Joseph Cissy Mrs.
$'pcscointi CHARCOAL SSSF Panics night Oct. 6. at 7:30: n.m. at the
SAVE :300LB Jimmy Crosby Jr., and Mrs. Chitty. Starke Golf and Country Club.

LI STERIN E OR $,118 248 MORTONIHil mother The honoree Mrs. Bobby Miss Taylor Taylor and, Mrs.her Tickets may Miss be purchased Lillian for Stump.Stump's $1 by.
contacting
Herbert Green mother of the future

\ LISTERMINT SAYE 40C A LB L8 PKa.... FROZEN groom Informally greeted and mixed door. Proceeds Department will go Store to the or Bradford at the
with the guests throughout the party
of the American Cancer
CHICKEN Hour of 10:30: to 11:30 a jn. Chapter
MOUTHWASH iced mocha coffee In the Society.
Pouring
Is cordially invited to at-
The
SWITCHCAT POLKA DOT dining room was Mrs. Gus public
tend.
Kopelousos. Centering the party table
FOOD ,
RICE I p,4ceI was an arrangement of silk varigated
roses on a silver stand. Large ferns
1So 1O LB
*
CAN 4 FOR'I SAO 249 tropical hanging baskets and polled 'ijoJ(., .,. .
plants were placed at points of Interest -
9 the home.
32oz 177Health SWEET 'N LOW CAT LITTER .FROZEN 2 LB Assisting throughout the hostesses in serving Mr. and Mrs. Smith DeVoe returned

BTL. and caring for the guests were Mrs. last Thursday after a week in

SAYE 2oa 250' 20 LB SAVE 204 Virginia Darby Mrs. Drew Reddish Helen, Ga. where they attended the
COUNT $179 lAG 119ST. Mrs.John Greene,and Misses Sandra Octoberfest. They also toured the
and Karen Chltty Carolines.ThcHaagmAB.
Miss Taylor was presented with a

A EiutyAxtff CUR1TY MARY'S shoulder corsage and a'' cup and Return
Beet &yrlnFrozenRodrl
saucer of her chosen china as a
Oct.7*iTerwlllegar >*
SOFT PUFFS BLANKETSASSORTED memento of the party. One hundred

&:lfi'' :Tap Shampoo S 1St',: '" .. COLORS and twenty-five guests were invited. to M.W.Madison Motors St.

260 COUNT t* UM'mo Mom RwtMortenFrozen mm* attend. M47200for
IMIHIMIMAim 2""FOR FITS DOUBLE
994 1 699 3/M/ i
Toothpaste BAVB aoSAfl ; OR TWINCHILDREN'S Pot Pies appointmentMrs.

IIN..M...FI.IIO.ANICI. .WHIM.WWw &
Mrs. Lenore Foster returned Saturn
Final Net Hair Spray ,93(5( r't' TIMI M..lf /N ...umfiLM CNARACERGLASUS tambrecht frozen Pizza I1, 89." day after five weeks visit with friends L.H Jennings spent last
.... : I un m nsvm*t M *4 Wednesday to Friday with her
IM SMSure Solid Mm '131' 1 HIWItIi Pantry Pride Orange Juice 3/' I In Barnard Vt. : daughter 'and family, Mr. and Mrs

,SAVE toe off w.RN I.mw.lr' '< Wayne McLendon In Jacksonville.Her .
,, : Mr. and Mrs J.D. OdOm Sr.
Twit SnvSStlH.CLEAR i ; ; were
*r9
Frozen Deviled Crabs Gene Kuschel, returned
CREST I_ grandson. '
In Miss.
\, n.nu"'Aoyoi..ITi'3teoi9ge Jackson Thursday to Sunday with and
her was Friday
/ UM NT"fisVIH overnight
and attended the UF-MSU
.
game
590C '
PatQpick Maid Waffles guest.
J f -
Saturday
TOOTHPASTE AIM sea mcl or.warePN1M.NC cir'ROYFN'TUMI3LEk CM|f(*M aiiiiaectFrozw n Xi '
.... ? M tIt IMa1V.,a. Garlic tin. ;Jerome Johns In AlachiU
Bread was
O'0*tit C nIM J i 33 V
_r..... GLASSES General Hospital last ,Monday to
90a .. *ifv HUU tmm uCOterLightenet A ,
$119 THIS Off** 0000 TMMW OCT 1,'1ST*. ( ; .' 3/8/ C Thursday for observation and treat
TUI. CARD of THANKSTo
Backed by Out SatisldctionGuirante/ a ment.
lava ice 12ot.99: CFAHTHY
I.cMrenlorLecrtle"em'' '.i the people of Bradford County
,we want to express our deepest '
ISersal..r thanks for all the wonderful things Pdt' and Mr*. Chariest 'Burton of

PFIIFFIBRIS5tNu MYILLI.S fRIDK DUM.NTI that were done for us in our time of Port.St. 'Lude will be Saturday' to
SPAGHETTI: $ieARll'ETTI'SAYCE1' 'sorrow. Words cannot: express all our Tuesday guests of his slater.. 'Mrs.

? '_1SUNO.WINE ?HEN' "AGWnTl OR f E : CATS P';'; heartfelt feelings for everyone that J.M. Barron: ;; ,
W''laA'' PRtNCNOR .. time of need. '
J. "' SI helped us through our
TALMN SACS NI .aLSOW MACARONII.IIM ASSORTED FLAVORS-.. t ,IV/ $2.. In. Special thanks to the men who1 Rev. and Mrs J.d. ,Brow+n 'of '
t U PACKAGE warn
(10. aTLI ::12. assisted in the rescue effort for the Florence SC.r: former ..Starke

... attendance of food,'and the countless residents, were ;Saturday visitors of
:
tu.new*m met 0000 nnmt seed TWW_on.R I.ta o.wnf1..M..Mawvm.w .. '. ,," ,,', "' 1
bouquets of Cowers and card; Also a Mr. angidrsxSW. HamiltoasfeV'i"* .

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Page IA TELEGRAPH October 1,It7I --- ._--

i : I Community News First Baptist Begins Two Sun 'iJy A'15 4eirvides I- Episcopal Women To Hold 89th Annual Meeting I- I

by Elizabeth G.Walker The) Episcopal Church Women of election of officers. Reservations are

Chapter Phone I6H 944M83DH O.E.8. Regular This Sunday, Oct. 7, the First Baptist ed by the Sunday School at 1.ok5 one of the tervioM at First Baptistthis the OtomeatriorMki: wHl bold ttarath required for lunch. themeeting
( meeting of Dell Chapter 168 wfll 1 be Church of Starke will have two and the second worship service will Sunday mofnlng.Homecoming. Annual Meeting at St. Paul's by An Interesting feature of Each
Resource Fair.
the
be at 11:00-12:00 the Sea, Jacksonville Beach Thursday is
\ held Thursday October 11.T30. All worship services each Sunday morn- a.m to display items
: members are asked to meet hi the ing.The first service will begin at 8:30 Oct. 11 at 10 a.m. Registration parish Is Invited .
011.
work women.
This service will be follow- The dual I. starts at nine.William which: show the
i Masonic Hall on Brownlee Street. -9:30: a.m. worship service will
will be provided'by the
enable more people to have L. Kitchens of Charleston, Baby sitting
theoppor- Sunday
NAACP Bradford County Branch: -
:::: ::: :I::': ::: church located at 1150 N. 5th Street.
S.C.
The monthly meeting of the Bradford :::: :: ::;: ::: : tunity to worship and to1 greater Regional Director of the South
County Branch will meet Monday,October facilitate the use of the sanctuary of At Morgan Baptist American Missionary Society,will be Jacksonville Beach.
to the
fiord 'hanks is public.
22, in the annex of Greater Allen J the Church. The First Baptist Church the guest speaker. Mr. Kitchens will The meeting open
Chapel A.M.E Church. All citizens Is a landmark in Stark*and Bradford i give an eyewitness account: : and show
The Morgan Road Baptist Church: slides of the South American Missionary
County. The Church was established -
and members are invited to attend We are sincerely grateful to our In 1877 on the site of the will celebrate it's Homecoming this Society (SAMS) in action. He Cemetery. ,Working
The driveis ,
the meeting. membership present
friends, and Brad- ,Oct.7.The '
many neighbors buildings. Sunday guest speaker will and his wife spent five weeks in the .
continuing.The ford County Hospital staff for their be Rev. Terry Cranlord. mission field after attending the Missionary Beulah Baptist ChurcH wffl to*e
community chorus under the many kind acts of sympathy duringour First Baptist provides, Christian Training Center In California. cemetery working at the old
leadership Ms Renee Johnson,Vice moments of deepest sorrow. education for the entire family. The Dinner will be served at 1:00: p.m. The Rt. Rev. Frank S. Cerveny, cemetery at Camp Blanding October
President of the Concerned Citizens, Words cannot express our gratifica worship hours are warm and friendly with singing following. The Weeks Bishop of Florida, will celebrate: the 20.Turkey Trot gate on Hwy 21 will be
practices each Wednesday at 7:30 tion. services designed to meet the needs of Family and the Scripture Quartet will Holy Eucharist at it, lunch Is at 12:30.: open at 7:30: a.m. Please come and b--
p.m. at New Hope Baptist Church. The of C.Edwards be there from Palatka. lawn mower. .
Persons desirous of Joining the chorus Family Guy oeoDle. Everyone welcome to enjoy followed by the business meeting and lag your power

may do so.CHURCH .
ACTIVITIESThe fcCKEHD'S FAMOUS PHOTO OFFERTwICImlPRINTSOet.nexh.aaof
Mt. Pisgah A.M.E. Church will ..--"\r- TWICE THEti6l
observe Holy Communion Service
pnnts with every roll of color or black and GUARANTEE
October 7. at 11 a.m. and 6p.m. =
Sunday white print ln"i developed end printed
K Cckr f make
< a *a
.
Sunday School begins at 10 a.m. 0 TODAY AND EVERYDAY 1. bad prIM YOU
Evangelist W.L. Phllmore will. Twice THE FILM Gel two rolls ol punt DON'T PAY FOR IT
render a recital at 3 p.m. Sunday, October Uj, I Him lot me price ot Kodecbior or black It you take a bad
7. Evangelist Philmore is a nationally r. and while, when" you hive your Mmpreceded 2. picture. YOU DON
known recording artist who & M Eckerd. PAY FOR IT.
TODAY AND EVERYDAY
can thrill your soul with gospel songs.

afternoon Come out of and gospel enjoy music.a wonderful + -ammU'mr! ( QJJ" V Mi1'? lI'(' t -,\ ,.... !Iu -" -r.tm 1t'E JJQJJa-"
Women's Day Observance will be i i i
held on Sunday, October 21. Mrs. I II I POLAROID II I

held morning Dorealha at 11 message.a.m.Satchel The will Services public deliver is invited.will the be I PLANTERS PEANUTS I II I FIRESIDE I CRICKET DISPOSABLE hi 1 II I SX-70 I II I SYLVANIA SUPER10 I


the Come Women and enjoy of Mt.a wonderful Pisgah. day with I CocMsil Reg I 39 nuts Limit 12.5te.n'i c V j I COOKIESsri J I LIGHTER. I II I FILM .-,... I II| FLIP FLASH I

Church Greater Allen School Chapel 10 1 A.M.E.!Com i I I 43 mno1 3flavors. I I Choice Adjustable ol color Nam I I fast 10 boutltul day $ I Pack guar.Meed 0110
: Sunday a.m.
79* Limit 3 fl.ehea.
Reg ea. .
munion Service 11 a.m. Rev. Eugene 199 3 ; II prima. J11 I 9. I

Mandarin Rose of ,Mt.Fla.Zion, will A.M.E.preach. Church .11 I I 113 j o 9 113 I

Greater Allen Chapel will observethe FO I 5
annual Women's Day Sunday, October I Wl IIFO' 11I II "'" I II
14. The for the
morningwill
be Mrs.speaker Eugene Rose, the I CoupOflGoodThu, ..; I Coupon Good Thru I CouponGoodThu. I Coupon Good Tmu I Coupon.Good Tnru I
Sathill. Oct Set. Oct tin allOct. Bin ill! Sill.Oct"h Sat Oc.emO
daughter of Rev. and Mrs. W.H. '
sin'I' "
Zanders and wife of Rev. Eugene _tgttltl.tlll.tnlatwtlllll; _-..:_ ,_____ siult.tnft.llaoa..: .e4f+
Rose, pastor of Mt. Zion, Mandarin.
There will be a Musical at 330.: '-l'I'mImL'lI"-'OJ" !I\ '-U'lJf1JJlri'amLm' -" '- J WII-' '-1IMm11'!' J.ULI-'

School Church 9:30.: of Morning God In Christ Worship: Sunday 11:30: I BRACH ':'1 w : I ( BLACK Wok I II I LIPTON I II I
..
..
with Minister Dewey Taylor in chargeof ( I
b
Jimmie services.Thomas YPWW 5:30: with Sister I CANDY/ fJhaf'aj TREATS Autumn.: Mm.Candy I PEPPER 2 .oz. can. I I TEA 89Boaof100 BAGS II', I KODAKCOLORBURS1T50" I II I ECKERDuc"orUD",1 I
Pastoral presiding. Friday .. 2l. : Corn Mellowcremes12oz /l O/ 69' a.. -;...:1 II IIII II begs _
7:30: Prayer and Teaching. "> OQ Reg 59ea 0" limn 2 Rep' 239 Limit 1 : / '
? ,
Saturday 5-6 p.m. Adult Choir rehear Limit 2 I I I I I !II 122
sal. Tuesday Bible Band 5:30:
7p m. ...Coupon Good Tnru Sil Oct Ilh r* / aCoupon Good Tlltu sl Oct 8th >jf''i 1 Coupon Good Thru 51! Oct IIh j m. Coupon Good Thru Sat.Oct 6lh "__ _
Mae Fisher I
Sister O
with presiding.Highlights. Ruby .-faw---EDb.::-, w 0-Iar- -r> -LmE-al ls r. -, -----.' "-", '-----

of Mr. Sinai 27th annual .. -l 7nmJ} -' I -
Association: A unanimous vote r \ i e/ 1 I
changes a tradition. As a result three SPARTUS L.E.D. I .
well deserving young people were I 11 DIGITAL CLOCKWood II I
awarded scholarships in the amountof '
I "
$125 each. The recipients were 11999 Front pram BOUNTY
Cheri Chandler of New Bethel Baptist 12-LITER No. 21-3001-190 II
Church attending Santa Fe Junior .
College in Gainesville; Rev. Horace COCA COLA .l coupon=::= 8th'' PAPER TOWELS
Griffin, Ebezener Baptist Church, ..::.. I
Starke, who is attending Moore House

College who is, attending and Terry Edward Daniel, Olustee College,, <<1: Thirst away bottle quenching Limit Throw. I ,iExA-""'ff'iff1fmJJII; '- <<1: Choice Slack Super up absorbent.of)Reg.colors.79 011111 I

Jacksonville. Rev. A.J. Simmons, 187 I MEN'S LADIES' 159 Limit 2 TDlUt1
Moderator. The checks were given I I LC.D.WATCHES I
I 1 Immediately after morning services. I from TC624. TC625. .
Pleasant Grove United Methodist! I ICnoose or TC448 Digital type ,
Thurchi! Monday 7:30: p.tYoung: I r. I 'OJ It il 'InCllllpon
200L- OFF .
'Adult Choir' rehearses each week. Goodthru Stl, Ocl its I 3 I 'coupon Good uSal Oct Ilh .
Wednesday each week Prayer REGULAR PRICE /, I
School 10 Oood Thru 3'l Oct tin ? ,
7:30. a.m.
Communion Meeting : Service Sunday 3 p.m. .. _ _ b .: :"':"'.. Coupon -eir..::=-

Highlights-A Mt. Sinai 27th unanimous Annual vote Association changesa : ,- mlfmlLlCtJJIJJ.I-: ,-amm"lI'! s t !1 J-" '- "!..iJli"mmmlJr" -, /a ,,mr.J.IJ.tJJrI -

tradition. As a result three awarded well I HAMILTON BEACH I II I SHARP MEMORY LC.D. I II 1 WESTCLOX ,,1tz, I I MEN'S I AMITY WALLETS I .
deserving young people were O a .

each.Chandler scholarships The of recipients New in the Bethel amount were Baptist of Cheri$125 I Ig99."arp.ne'NoHDI11699No.tL..153' I I ALARM Keywnd.m Large-CLOCK, easy' lo'a.d \.765 a 4.1 1/199 FLANNEL Assortedpatterns' I I I AQ Assorted. 1399%men's OFF A ladies'?stylet.Reg LWI.,_ 1 :,ulI

Santa Fe Junior _/ numerals Sweep sec- llf & colors --J I
Church attending I I I and ".nd, Rep' 4.49 Reg' 699 REOULARPRICEI I
College in Gainesville Rev. Horace ,
; S..Coupon Good Thru Sal, Oct Ilh r ...Coupon flood Thru Sat Oct sir") Coupon Good Thru S.l Oct 6ih 5..Coupon Good Thru Sat Oct 6m .Coupon Good Thru Sal"Ocl 6th jf *" .IT
Griffin, Ebezener Baptist Church, ey 'II..laml ,.
Starke, who is attending Moore House \_r___ _tlttlwl_a_I"1" ---- .aI I_Illo-- ---11 .Il>satlataat -

College Olustee,, Atlanta who is, attending and Terry Edward Daniel, '-QFlll lr7 l2"CJJI6WJI-' /1- L7 C-J1JJW.J- \ ,-mr U7c J -" '-DmJ.Tm. fI'CmIPfJm1 7mf \

mons College, Moderator., Jacksonville.The Rev.checks A.J.were Sim. I PROCTOR SILEX'10.CUP'*' --.II i I VIP DRYCURLING II POCKET GRAN PRIX I SUN SPUN I II I SWEATER MEN'S I

given immediately after morning ser S I COFFEEMAKER Coflee-sav. ... IRON 'i Rotary AM/FMUII I I YARN oo".Duponoronll, I II I Crew neck
11-p9 volume '
vice.Pleasant Grove United Methodist + ing' basket.. .lI15992h.IIP1T Solid fii aW [y he 'libr. / 8OO or V-neck
J18 No A301N 1 7 e9 AsLb'led COlD,.. Rep' 1199
Church: Monday 7:30: p.m. Young I Reg 2199 ..... [ I[Reg 999 No I[ Aeg 99' Lime I L
Adult Choir rehearses each week. ,
.. .
week Coupon Good Tnru Sat. Oct 6m Coupon Tnru Sal Oct em ? Coupon Oood Thru Coupon Good Thru S Oct tin v Coupon Good TnrSal Oct 6th
Meeting Wednesday 7:30. Sunday each School Prayer 10 a.m. ,_____Sii. ;I ...oim l-/k. ,.+J Vt-.ir-J 'I_____ _'I_'I Ital.Dttti.fnllitlnf r
Communion Service 3
Mt. Morlah United p.m.Methodist .. .. '- mClrl3J .-' ?. .. 11I1I ..
1 1
Church: There will be a Training POLLENEX DEEP ail

Course October for 6 at Sunday Trinity United School Methodist teachers I I I- HEAT MASSAGER I I

Church in Gainesville from 9-3 p.m. IRISH SPRING l I JL afQQ amasssagefortern.( ; ; I CONAIR PRO 1200
Saturday the United Methodist | || eff99
women will attend an annual District I I aL.eta porary iiltachments relief. 4-No 11100 WATT DRYER II
meeting in Lake City 9 a.m.-2 p.m. at BAR SOAP RIIII.I699 HMIOA4e .
the United Methodist Church. I I >,Coupon flood Thru Sit. Oct emB heat sellings.Lightweight with break
.1'.1 12 I
Free Canaan True Church of God In Refreshing 3 5. -----e. =- tII' housing. No. 083 Reg 14.99 a
I
Unity: Prayer Band and Tarrying I / deodorant bar. WITH SPECIAL REBATE OFFtM e,
Service are conducted each Wednesday j I Reg 39 at. l a /0 fB I SALE 10s"2 'O .m
,
7:30.: Friday Prayer Service. Sun J 3/79 Limit 3 1 4-QUART PRICE ,.__..._.,.__. .
day School 10 a m. Morning Worship I nt l
11:30. Evening Worship 7:30. I I j POTTING SOIL I LESS MFQR.'SMAILIN :,'> >(*<'*'", I

Ebtzrnrr Baptist Church: Servicesare Reedy IOu" REBATE .._?.M.....
held each first and third 139c Prepared lor all, I II
Sunday.Sunday
N plants. Sterile' I I! I FINAL COST 99
School 9:30: Morning Worship I .8
11 a.m. Evening Worship 6 p.m. I I &Rep odorless 69 Limit, 3 II AFTER REBATE _._..??_,. I
First Born Church of The Living Good Thu SI! Oct Ilh -. ,- Coupon Good Thru Sat Oct elk
'oupon h coupon Good Tnru Sat Oct I'" S I "
God: Friday night 6:30: Bible Study. - - .. -----. .!I _ _ .... ...t
Friday 7:30: Tarrying Service. Sunday
School 10:30 a.m. Morning Worship '-BliLTmCflI"'lJflllI1ftm"; JfI -' /c' -Vt '- ft t:ilIJl I1JJ-1D

YPCW 11:30 a.m.Scout 7 p.m.Sunday Brownie Evening Evening Troop Worship.Girl 352 6 meets. p.m. I -CON "IIISERGEANTSSENTRYIlI"I I COLLAR."I 1]' I I[ FLAIR PENS QUICK SILVER 11 I I IPYMf1ljU.mr I I

every Monday, 3 p m. at R.J.E. Com- I FOUR GONEEI.' :::. letf QOCogorcit. *.Tf5fJ! I ._ I II
I II I
d
plex. All Brownie members are to 6975fperroom I J 9 0 lasts. months, 7 12/98e.tumeft\bY\ Nnr, B4SO 1138Slhafvngpovld., ..
meet. The Leaders are asking you to I Pep 24e | Rg :298 J.=:::1 ink 3/100104A. >, > 300 i
give your ideas for activities for the I :!.-.:!. II I COUponG00d1htul..Ocl" .v !II i Reg' Limit 1 I ) Limit, 69;3 ea I II i Reg.space 1899 '- I

I year. et...coupon uooa i nru M uci sin U'%.- tn |jij ...CouJOflGooclT"uS.Oct"" ,y".k' ', .. m \Coupon GoodTmuSatOct6an. '
Junior Troop 684 will meet each ..._tEwsufwa.lIncastic.;;_;: =-d/ l _fist.i.ws IIti :::___,I ..._____-...::: _,I ....CouPonGoodT"'uSatOct"h_____ ...tailRite.n.ssta.aei4 eaaafJr :
Tuesday at Greater Allen Chapel
A.M.E. Church. We are looking for- 8'E'1MU'lI"croAl.IUIIImrEJ1J' I t.lJjlJJ.Ll-' ,-DFri'' lI'! (!..!! -\ THfRI" AN ICHIRO OPTICAL CENTER IN THI STOMCS WITH THIS SYMBOL *
ward to a very progressive year. We PACK OF300 CURD COFFCI 'HO" ARE LOCATED IN STORES WITH THIS SYMiOL JC:
are going to work hard as Scouts. I BOX OF 20 II 1 1 ARLINGTON ]II I; I

Ebezener Baptist Church Choir An CHRISTMASCARDS i] FILLER rJ1iJ( [ I1IIlf!][ .0 filJiJ1( ( ]
their niversary anniversary: Choirs I program and 2 will sponsor Friday. I 1 II 1 IELECTRICI I 111' I '

p October 12. 7:30 at the church. The I ooo | BLANKET; J.11 j I I PAPER I
I public is invited to attend. Single; style Choice I j ; Ruled-. htd') J WIIlIPIPU I 1/ IBl3 'iJ. I]
S Greater Bethlehem Freewill Baptist ol many cheerful type i sreete : stock
Assorted decor colors I err '
I p Church Monday 6:30: Tiny Tots I Reg 149Coupon II I II up I 1831
, I N Rehearsal 7:30: Senior Choir Rehear ''' with nylon,binding. Full I siz*, ILK S. Walnut St. Starke, Fla.

I I ;? sal. Tuesday 7:30 Prayer Meeting. I 99 I ,, 11.ng', control. onlj$2l /:: I I I'' RIIII'gf611 nWR I SALE THRU SATURDAY
I Wednesday 7:30: McKay's Circle will sM OPEN WEEKDAYS .
meet at Mrs. Den McCIoud's; Lee's 9 AM til 9PM .
I I Circle will meet at Mrs. Darlene I i II I ;. 8R 11 I I OPEN SUNDAYS s ''I,
a III, Blye's; Blye's Circle will meet- at. \ j .,. 10 AM til 7PMSHOPEARLYSOME
Mrs. Elaine Lee's. Thursday 7:30: I Good Tnrn l i Coupon Oood Thru .
Story Hour. Friday 6:30 Junior Sal Ocl tin fl '2Ct- .i Octant i* SALE ITEMS LIMITED 1
1 Ushers and Junior Choir Rehearsal. '_____ tII' ..__ .Rwal %----- ... ._.
.oj. Saturday 5:00: Little Church Rehear

I : Meeting.sal. 6:00'Sunday Sunday 9:30: School Sunday Teachers School, SERVICE. .AT LOW, LOW, PRICES j7
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i fcy Dolores Meng spend the weekend with his family; Karen,near Waldo.Karen turned Iwo meeting will neW to dtenisa plans.
Phone 4 MtlS His mother, Mrs. Qtfford Prevail on October 1, so the Gilberts and for the Carnival which wB occur! on ,
had an October 3 birthday so they nounce the arrival of their son., P'aotlAllan Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Meng of Meng all got together for the October 17.Chicken .
Substitute Postmaster's had an early celebration.Mr. at 1 ..m. Sept 20 at Stand Jacksonville, returned home Monday celebration on Sunday. dinners will be sold that "
Examinations Hospital Gainesville. He weighed 8 from one week's visit with her grandparents evening, and ticket will soon be
and Mrs. Buck Matthews of IDS. M 01.P.tenal..ndparenta. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Meng. Hampton Elementary News available for that project. .
'
Application\ are available from October Deland spent the weekend with her are Mr. and and family. Carlton and Elaine attended Volunteers may can Mrs. Friese at
1-13 for persona Interested in parents.Mr.and Mrs. D.B.Stone,and Mrs. Fred Phillips, Sr. of Lake a convention In New Orleans. Carnival Notes 468-1M8 or the school at 46S-1213.
working at Ute Hampton Post Office family. Bill's sister and brotherinlaw Butler. Paternal great grandmotherIs They flew from Gainesville. Carlton Mrs Jolene Friese,Halloween Carnival
In the absence of the Postmistress. Mr. and Mrs. Barry McGaskell, Mrs Ada Hoist of Starke. took an early night home to go to his Chairman, announces that rat New Students
Examinations will be given in spent Saturday with the Stone family. Maternal grandparents. are Mr. and work at Milliard Airport fle tickets are now going! on sale. 5th Melinda Jefferies was welcomed in ;
Gainesville at a later date for this They were enroute from visiting Mrs. Delmar Williamson of Hampton. Sally. Paul Meng, Joyce Meng and 8th and 7th graders are the principal( Mrs. Jean Clark's 1st grade class on ,
position. relatives in Orange Park to their Maternal great grandmother is Mrs Scoggins visited Mr. and Mrs. salespersons at the school. The Monday She formerly attended MW s
home in Tennga Tennessee.Mr. Verna DeWitt of Monticello, Ark.HampUn David Wanner In Orlando over the I highest seller of each class will Creek School near St. Augustine. .
Senior CItliens weekend. They all enjoyed visiting receive 15 for their efforts. The prizes Henry Rhoden entered the lit gradeon I
The Hampton Senior Citizens Club and Mrs BUI Stone and Lori Lake News dining and shopping, and returnedhome are $100 in trade at Wlnn Dixie for Tuesday.. His sisters Pamela in
will hold a regular meeting Friday, spent a recent weekend In South Recuperating" Sunday. first place, and $50 in trade at Winn the 3rd grade and Patricia in the 4th I.;
Oct. 8, from J-4 p.m. at the City Hall. Carolina where Lori had tests at the Mrs. Vlrgle Barksdale la recovering Mr. and Mrs. Francis Meng and Dixie for second place. were former students here andrecently
Everyone Is welcome) Shriners Children Hospital. They in the Baptist Memorial Hospital family attended a cookout and birth- Archer Tanner Funeral Home Is to moved back from Melrose.
Visitors also visited relatives In the area. in Jacksonville from recent surgery- day party at the home of their be thanked for furnishing the ticketsfor :
Charles Prevail from New York City Congratulations Visitors daughter and son-In-law Mr. and this raffle. Kirk Is Back ;
Hew In to Gainesville recently to Mr. and Mrs. Fred Phillip,Jr. an- Little Angela Meng daughter of Mrs. Russell Gilbert and daughter On October 7 at the school a Everyone at school was happy to
see Kirk Williams in school again s
after having missed almost two :
'r weeks due to dog bites. He Is doing
fine in the 5th grade although he will .
miss P.E. class for a few weeks. He '
had some stitches, so is still men

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School Birthdays t
Happy Birthday to Shannon Ford J
who turned 10 on September 20, Jim- :
,- tU7. '! my Parker who was 12 on September 1
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MB uuuuaf> i wi t C ir' r1, Brandon Phillips who was 10 on ..

I.BAYER I II\I SCOPEMOUTHWASH I II12ot I GILLETTE I II I II JAGREESHAMPOO I September who was 8 years 28. and old on Tina September Branham 29. i

I II I 'II I TRACE I j ENJOLI 1 Tina had a party for some of her It
I
ASPIRIN | II PERFUME I II! I friends and shared her decorated doll

I Boll Limitpun*;ol' too relief. For. II 12 oft Price label,reflects I II! Pack BLADES of I II i limit V-01.AIIuM Trial Sue, I II I II I Helpe Llmt 1Coupon cannot-ot"3 atwulran type*.- I and cake games family, ice also cream on members.Saturday and cokes They; with enjoyed them ,I

I I II 'almftl : II LlmH shaving I I II I I CPR Class
99e get g-9" The CPR Class has been changed to !i.
I MM."., I _. II iii II I II ii I the the week school of Oct. 1-111 from 3-4 p.m. at i

I [ : _'.. I II I I II I I II I I II I ','. I school Interested for more persons information may call the ,!I!I II

I Coupon Good Thru ._ I all.Capon Oct good stn Thru O II Coupon Good Thru II touponGoodTIwV I Good Thru Football i I!
1M Oct 111I h! T'1 r SM.Od.SUi 1M.Oct em I.... Oct *mI ',
m Among football team. practicing
d / rrtrrtOr.r.errrrrt. '
r rrrr -rrrrllt 'O..er rlrrrtr regularly at school are The Hampton I

',t:1: Mh'fUI. lfllH'" r, ,- mtr'liJ",. u r9t '-lP'tm> t ,, a WJ !r' '-l nmYl -, O-L3 U7 _O 6th Steelers and 7th comprised graders: of Frank the Sheffield following ,f

I CONTAC n I I VICKS I WONDRA II I i STAYFREE I IImnai I VIDAL BASSOON I Daren Billy Bauldree Whitehead,Donna Kenny Dormlney Crawford, \

CAPSULES II ,J, FORMULA 44-D SKIN LOTION PADS FINISHING RINSE Tracey Ban, Tim Leith, Steven r
I : III t II l I I Regina Cannavo. '
99-. P'Zec.0.- M19 cough remedy. 9910.01.11II. 7910.0112..' 1S 39''a.oa. Stephanie Redding, Mark Gillmore, R

I DIN limlll 1 I Limit 1 1 .rA II I .. I I Limit 1 and Marie Angela Innocent Thomas.Tony Herschberger ;:

Couporro0odlnneotOatlm .. ...Coupon Good Thru Sat Oct Sih .. .Coupon Good Tnni S.Oct am .. ....Coupon Good Thru am j'riI On Sept. 2fl the Steelers played their ,;
'rtlllr1I0BriI ..------..::: d'.---.nml-I %--___.....:_ ..--_Bit lm./: first game against the Hampton .
Dolphins, another school team. The :
.. .. '-IO ..mn lI- Dolphins emerged victorious following -
r a tie breaker game on school ,
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I DISPOSABLE' I I
CREST III I orted HEIR LUNCH MENU i
BAN ROLL-ON .
33mi3 1 Oct. -.1 I
I II 1 I 4 II Monday.Oct.B-Bar-B-quedBeef on j
TOOTHPASTE ''coupon DEODORANT l bun potato chips, buttered corn !
Oood Thru Sat
Oct
I : jx I ban.ECKJERJ Idecal'.t'gl'lllng.lluorlde. .peaches,,peanut butter cookie, milk.
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baked
5-oz tube Contains 1 5-oz.anlt-periplrant. Tuesday Oct. B-Corndogs
Choice ol Regular beans, a slaw, cinnamon roll
Regular or Mint I P a 'WBSMSMt; : ", Finn Scent or I fruit cup.milk.Wednesday.. '
9 Limit 1 :.. ,89 Unscented. Limit 1 rr = Oct. USpaghettiwmeat
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iC- I COVER LASH I sauce, cheese stick garden "u
II J THICK -, I salad apple clips, hot roll milk.
rice *
Trtalslze Thursday Oct. 11-Sausage
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( eJ--- -1 59 ,, h' .v .. "'" r "''N- tomato gravy,applesauce. cheese'
biscuit field peas mUll:
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. I CLAIROL 1 II I CLAIRMIST 'If II REVLON I "
.. TEK 1 I II CUTEX I by Carolyn Eaves ;
SUPER NAILS
5 NICE 'N EASY. HAIR SPRAY
TOOTHBRUSH'Soil Medium i I Conditioning I I .pump II I Suengthena i II POLISH REMOVER'-01.with cuticle i' Phone H4-S8I2
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color. Limit 1 1 mJ
4 I Limit 1 ( #9 and their new leader Shirley'I'
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I .. Johnson in Lawtey. We this will \
hope
CapenGood' Tnni Sat Ocl .
Coupon Good Thru S*Oct am Coupon Good Thiu Set Oct am Coupon Good Thru Sal Oct Ml fII I Coupon Good Thru SM Oct Sih ( ../ .Ir in the
,--rrr ,r.f ___ 'V ,,_____ i.::_./ ,4wlarrrr ,--a.--r.;;:; :! help area when us keep they scouts bridge.This troop Lawtey will I I'.

-, ,- I ,'t [1.1" ....' 'liltIu.IJ8Mmnl t.iIl T.js=m and be working the Junior with troop.the Brownie troop t !

| Q-TIPS 11-I I I II I BARBASOL 1 II I STP I II I I LYSOL II PENN I IA area More, we good have news another for Brownie the Lawtey troop .:
TENNIS BALLS being organized. Bobbie Gnann will "
SWABS SHAVE CREAM GASTREATMENT DISINFECTANT
1 COTTON PeckN 88Cuihkxied. A II 11-ox. II M II j 12orb i II CAM jL/| '. I be the leader and they will meet at the
1. ups 'tp",, 44c 2 type. 894: urcamurca. k 129 Req.1.9 Of/H| 99Munl.aurface. '!!' Lawtey Elementary School Tuesday
Limit 1 ...i!' Limit 1 1.4" Limn 3I Rep. 2.pa afternoons. This troop is for first, second "'
I II I .. II I Limn w i II I 1 II I I and third grade girls and will
lCapon Good Thru Set Oct*m .. Coupon Good Thru, Set Oct Itn Coupon flood Set Oa..m. ....coupon Oood.Thru Sat Oct am 6'1.l.' ; ...Coupon Oood Thru" Sal Oct II" start meeting In October. For more
-_ y Vtirllimr- rrrrffef.tla.1. -____ lliSS.- "" -____ i::Z&0 Information you may call me or Bob ibin.
If you filled form out in the spring '
t '-fDJlf'mllt'' r, .. .. we still have your information and I
r e 1 I I II I QUAKER STAT C,>. III y11wrn: will date.notify you of the first meeting

I I MOTOR OIL II Judy Dukes will be assisting Junior
1-o.t premium Troop 609 with Senior Scout Joyce ,
SWEET' l II64e quality HD30 .7 II Wainwright and the leader Denise '
Limit aLRep.72'2 bra IVORY \ I Wishart. Great Thanks Julee Wise
e1 I for helping last week .with the
LOW \':5:: II capaeGaodTMUSNQaIah" organizational meeting I
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100 granulated packets substitute. \t..' : r...'.;...".. I ff-BUiZuaLEuStI / .) ti-ot Reg ,1 bonia.IS Limit Kind, 1 to hand* I Card Of Thanks !
sugar I
6 9.., Limit 1 II 1 I COFFEE \ .
I RLTERS -188. I Thank you.Paul and Kathy Cox,for ,

I 5 chooM Coneo .l..._.. the many lovely compliments.The plant which. is receiving

I ::'c. Southern Kitchen
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Coupon Good Tflrll Set Oct IIh I.... Coupon':::;,,'to:I .Oct "'" r II 'Coupon'GOod inru....'Oct lilt Itchg 1,

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:t r, ,- t'I'jII! It<4JtJ/.Hl!r; '-lP'JlmmJ' {( YJJoIUII-' ,- -, '-8mLmD 4c -AI Revival Set Oct.7-13 .;i,

j 1-POUND lilY i EASY WIPES \\f I CASCADE I I GENERALELCTRIC .... ... I FURNACE : I ,At Brooker Baptist 'I.
DISHWASHER "
MOTH BALLS CLOTHS LIGHT BULBS S FILTERS :. 'i. Rev. James R. McCleod. pastor of
1 PadM I Pack ol 1'Reg I 11 I DETERGENT .11 I '= 60, TSor, I II / PopulM'N" : Ridgeview Baptist Church wW be the
1594: l : too well w
e. S9ea'Limn 159 2/99 7 guest speaker at revival services set
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I Limit Vf 1'L( ::-. I 2 II i "4' Reg Limit'2M t -. II I trml '.:: nightly at 7:30: from Oct. 7-13 at .
Brooker Church.The
Baptist : public
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Coupon Good Thru" Sit Oct am ..' CouponGood Thru Sal Oct Mrs m Q .. ...CouponOoodTlWul oat am :Coupon: Ooed tin SatOo.atti '.."J M..coupon Good Tnru... Ocl amI jl n;'' r11rIRSAStta Invited to attend.Homecoming I 1
\a ,& '._____ J .. IRtU5 5__ i 'lrlllttulfll.tfras..Ialam.lml IIIIto.:_ Day at Brooker Bap

'-IIE'flMlrtflJJIimrrr&r, '(!rt' JJJJJIIIRMmt'IllJtILJI-ipl l.t.'i1 111 Wt I"8, /lEWl'I/ fJJJJI.UJI-' Sunday list Church,Oct.will 14.follow the revival on !

I DIAMOND '. II I FANTASTIK I II I WINDEX I II I I KORDITE II! GLADE _. I II --- ..

I ALUMINUM FOIL I CLEANER SPRAY I CLEANER 1 GLASS'' I II I I TRASH i II I FRESHENER SOUDAIR ..A I Pine Level Baptist Church: f 1 1Saa 1I I


I Great 12" a 2S'tor wrapping roll,. ,, I II I c.32.-.1. Spray '.49 II 22-d.aprey,Reg.with trigger too 1 II i|' BAGS sla. Iia-oa.Choice.. of I +lay Morning-Radio Broadcast lWPXE

I Limit 3/J 04 00 I rro. II I I Limit t I I Rig, 20 ofG 21 24-41 bags tM I I 00' : I II I Morning( Saatfay)Worship 8:35.Evening-Adult Sunday 11:00.School Choir 10:00.', : !.'
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Pace t.A TELEGRAPH October 1. 1070

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UNITED STATES feet, then run South I' Richard Blaodgood _t. :1. .+ "t\ .r I'J 'i I.. "' Bureau To Pick Board At Meeting ITM
at farm
+ lerk,
above
J the court
DISTRICT COURT 13 30" Eat. 32." feet, Box 224E. Keystone" IHs, < ,
MIDDLE DISTRICT then run South Bt S3: 30" Flo. 32644 doing NOTICE OFINTENTIONS < Iris Virginia Hart a written statement of Bradford County Farm Bureau has
annual
OF' FLORIDA West. 249.0 feet: then business under the firm TO p.O.250 any claim or demand Saturday. Oct. 0. IB
JACKSONVILLE run North l' 13* 30"west name of "MIMI, OP TAKE BIDS Hampton Flo. 32044 they may" ....... lEach meottafi( ttme Mr the Bradford County experienced a membership gain during

DIVISION 122.... to the point AMERICA STORAGE YOU ARE HEREBY .l't7"ftchg 10/4 clolm must be In writing lieu, according to FB President each of the peat IS years, Hu gina :..'
and must Indicate the Membership gains have been \
of beginning UNITS. Rt. 2, Boa NOTIFIED that the City of says
UNITED STATE OF :224EKeyslone H.... Flo. Hampton, Florida will basic for the claim the The meeting wLu begin at 6 p.m. in highly encouraging during the past

AMERICA Plolntlff. VS Subject however, to 32446, Intends to accept sealed bids for / name and address of thecedltor the DeW National Guard Armory on three yean the Bradford County unit
ALBERT FRAZIER Single' taxes If any due for the register laid fictitious the collection of garbageand /1Ii"tHE lo.'RADFORD CIRCUIT COURT or. his agent or Edwards Road In Starke. has had Its new county office building, .

Daf.ndanCourt. No. ,year 1979 name under the provisions trash. The Contract FOLD PROBATE COUNTYVFCORIDA. attorney, end the Special entertainment will feature located on US-301 north of Starke by ;

79-l24.dv.l-M. at public outcry, to the ol aforesaid awarded will,, be for the DIVISION. File. Number d amount' claimed tf the the Frampton Family Singers beginning the Highway! Patrol Station. :.
lalm Is not due the
highest and best bidder yet "Evaluation of our Farm Bureau
NOTICEOF statute. term Oct. I. 1979 79+ Division at 6 p.m.
for cash at the hour of 82CP 'date when It will become is made from participa :
SALE Richard Bloodgood. through September 30 (t'3136)). due shall' be stated. If ServiceAgent Donald M. Hale will services your
Node li hereby given 12:00 o'clock Noon on owner I960. The contract will IN ME: ESTATE OF ithe claim .Is prepare two big ,.-tof rice, one tlon in our programs. We are happy ,.
thai pursuant to a Final October 24, 1979 at the Dated this 20th day of provide the following 'CHARLES WHITNEY contingent, the nature orunllquldatd seasoned with chicken, the other with to have, and we need you in Farm "
Decree of Foreclosure front door "entrance of September, A.D.. 1979 Bureau" President Huggins.
conditions BRANAN.! Deceased. of the uncertainty" shall pork. To top off that good rice eating. says
the Bradford
entered on August 29. Courthouse" County Storks at Keystone, Heights, Fl. 1. Garbage must be ,NOTICE OFADMINISTRATION be stated. It the claim I* Hugging tays, the Farm Bureau

1979 by the above entitled Florida. Dated 9/20 "tchglO/Il picked up once per weekon secured, the security, ladles always prepare a variety of

Court In the above September 13. 1979. the days set by the ,' TO ALL, PERSONS HAVNO shall be described. The desserts. -I

styled cause United, the undersigned States George I. Crosse, IN THE CIRCUIT. Sanitation Committee I CLAIMS OR claimant shall deliver "Ladies, please do It again. A ----- :1

United States, Marshal COURT OF and the successful bid DEMANDS AGAINST THE sufficient copies of the dessert you uke will suit us just fine," -,
Marshal of his duly
outhorlied or any deputieswill Middle District of BRADFORD COUNTY der. In case of ,rain the ABOVE ESTATE AND ALL. Claim to the clerk to Hugglns says in his newsletter for the Pvt. Keith II. KellyPvt. '.
will be pickedup OTHER PERSONS INTERESTED enable the clerk to mall than hinting for
Florida. FLORIDA garbage meeting more
sell the of Mrs. Kay
H.
property Keith Kelly son
,
ESTATE
IN THE : to each .
on the next working one copy per. another big round of food for the '
situate In Bradford County
YOU ARE HEREBY Rt. I, Starke, recently com
Curtis ,.iig.".,. Civil Action No. 79233. day. .sonal representative. sweet tooth. Taylor,
Florida described: as: that the administration food service course .
NOTIFIED specialist
For a point of begin Assistant United States In r. the marriage of 2. Only garbage Inplastic of the All person InterestedIn No formal program is planned, just pleted a Jackson S.C. ..
Attorney Attorney for EDWIN KENNETH will be the estate to whom a and at Fort ,
ning commence at the bags picked eating fellowship Hugglns says
estate of Charles of this Notice of Administration The course trains personnel to ,
Plaintiff. 9/20 4tchg CAULEY husband and copy
Northwest corner of the up. All containers FB members, who numbered 871 as "
deceased
tronan, and
Whitney" has been and serve food In large ,
Northwest Quarter of 10/11. VIVIAN WIllENE must b. set In the File Number of Sept. 30, will also have a chance to prepare receive '
mailed are required small quantities. Students :
the Southwest Quarterof NOTICE 0' STRICKLAND CAULEY driveway or some other 79-92-CP I. pending In WITHIN THREE MONTHS vote on a new board of directors. baking field kitchen
in.
Section. 3. Township 7 INUNTIONTO wife convenient place near the Circuit Court for FROM THE DATE OF THE Names on the ballot will be William training and the operation of an ,.
South Range :22 East, IICISTII NOTICEOF the roadway. Bradford County, FIRST PUBLICATION OP Alderman, Charlie Baldree, James operations .

Bradford County and FICTITIOUS ACTIONTO 3. Trash (limbs, old Florida Probate Division THIS NOTICE to file any Gaskins, George Grant George Hug- Army dining facility
VIVIAN WILLENE
from said point of beginning NAME : tires, leaves, etc) will be the address of objections they may gins, Tommy Hamilton, Bob Paterson .
STRICKLAND CAULEY
run North 88. S3 picked up once a weekas which Is Bradford County, have that challenge the J.R. Wainwright F.L. Walterson .
ADDRESS
30" Eatt. 399.0 feet 1 then Pursuant to Section MAILING UNKNOWN.YOU arranged by the Courthouse, Slarke, validity of the decedent'swill A.B. Whitehead Sr., and Jerry -----

run South* 13" 30" East, 664.09.. Florida Statutes, ARE NOTIFIED successful bidder and' Florida 32091: The personal the qualifications of Whitehead. Cpl.: Brian A. Whitney :

90.0 feel, then run South notice Is hereby giventhat that an action for the Sanitation Commit. representative of the personal representative There will be a table just inside the Report to Camp Lejrnne .,
88" 53' 30" West 1300
the undersigned dissolution of marriagehas t... All limbs cut to a the estate Is Archie Lee or the venue or door of the armory. Farm Bureau f i's

been filed and you maximum of four foot In Westfall Crawford jurisdiction of the court. members are requested to pick up Marine Lance Cpl. Brian A. ;
whose address Is Rl. I, ALL CLAIMS. Whitney, son of William E. Whitney of : ,
are required to serve a length all trash must be ballots one per family and vote for
copy of your written placed by the side of the Box 122 B. Storke, DEMANDS. AND OBJECTIONS the board of directors. Tickets will 2205 Hasten Drive, Starke has .

FOR YOUR REAL ESTATE NEEDSIN defenses If any, to It onpetitioner's road. Florida 32091. The name NOT SO FILED also be given for a door prize draw reported for duty with the 2nd Marine .: .

attorney, ... If the lob Is not done and address of the per'sonol WILL BE FOREVER BAR ing the prizes being Farm Bureau Division, Marine Corps Base Camp ..:

BRADFORD COUNTY CALL whose name and ad- satisfactorily, the Sanitation representative'sattorney'' set forth REDDate products available to members. Lejcune. N.C. : .
dress Is JJ. WOIBERT. Committee will are of the first Col. Whitney Joined the .Marine :
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Bill POWELL JR.. P.O. BOX 1086. worn the successful bidder below All having publication of this Notice Corps in Oct. 1977. .1:,
persons Administration! .. -
STARKE FLA. 32091, on ..n
In If
writing. not corrected claims demands
or September, 1979. UPRUENTA.'I
or before October 17, SONAL
REAL ESTATE 1979, and the the promptly, the against the estate or. /*/Archl. Lee Westfall TIVE Dudley P. Hardy
contract will be considered required WITHIN THREE ) f
original with the clerk of Crawford As Personal P.O. "Fooli and wise man are equally harmlen. :
11. N. Walnut St. 944-4444 24 hrs. breached and MONTHS FROM THE of the Esquire Drawer AV
Representative
this court either beforeservice 1030 Starke. Florida
Ih. next bidder In line DATE OF THE FIRST Estate of CharlesWhitney It II i the half. fools and the half-wise that are :
on petitioner'sattorney 33091 HIM
Make money from the first day In Local builness. buildingand will be notified. PUBLICATION OF THIS Bronon, Telephone:
Coed terms S3S.OOO. or Immediately 904/96/-5701. 9/27,2tchg
Inventory. therealter; otherwise a 9. The City reservedthe NOTICE to file with the Deceased. 10/4. angerous." Goethe

right to reject <1 t
lodgment will be entered any
.. your own ...... Business with lid,. end equipment. for' the relief demanded and all bids. ,:,

13','00. Good terms with right party.' In the petition Bids must be turned In. .. :IIIt
WITNESS my hand and to the City Clerk by 7:30 '

Ask about the seal of this Court on p.m. Oct. 9. 1979. All

Houses, close In. September 11. 1979. As bids must be sealed and c REAL ESTATE LISTINGS I

Lot. available for building and Investment I Clerk of the Court. By: will be opened at the
Beulah M. Moody As regular City Council

ASSOCIATES: Deputy Clerk. Meeting October 9,

Mary Hamilton 964-6239 9/l34tchg 10/4. 1979. ;;

CWO (Ret.) Dom DeSontlago, 964.S37S ....
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Robert A. McRa., 964-7279 '

The cost of living Is always the same.,... 0 ;

FAULKNERREALTY Ads Get
/ ALL YOU'VE GOTI

RALPH BRYAN REAL ESTATE I 9n4-soaS m t ResultsSHOWCASE I ;


96&.8788 or 944-7894 firWIUtfji.tro .

2305 N.Temple Ave. (U.S. 301 N.) m 230S N. Temple Ave 2i Q/IQ. + "
L.I3 I FHA-VA Cenvl Financing Available J 'a: .:

HELPI HELP I LISTINGS NEEDED- d
3 BR, I Bol0eu $t$0 S>. Excellent Terms. Reg. Real Estate Broker .
Home. $30.000 MS.OOO ,
301 North Trail Motel Lawtey I. PHONE 9647776CECELIA ,
Buyers Welting IB'A I
2.1t.9 t1!! b000.00 : ,
Office 782.3931 Home 782.3898 N
.BAYLESS HIGHWAY 2 Ml. from P.S.P.I 2 BR. I Bqgo I t) (/ SOrffOj Good Terms INEZ E. STARLING Associate Eves. 7(23004.T : TERwuiiGAR 205 N. Temple Starke, 'tWE'RE

.,.. B .Ii
1 ac.-up- Beeutlful rolling .t. High Dry owner : f '
financing with only 1, 10% -.-... .. .. .' ":'j,.. 2 BR/ 1 .Both CB, workshop. rental cottage, price Just .." >rt" ? PEOPLE IN TOUCH WITH PEOPLE n
t
.BRAND NEW COUNTRY CLUB Nearing completion-, reduced." s .' 'An. "AND NEW" R.A7CBY j >ec"IUtt! >Nph apt 4 1Cq 1fE0ul fODAY FOR VA/FHA B CONVENTIONAL : _

BR-2 Bath Family Room stone fireplace double. garage 3 BR 2SA..CB, CHI 4BR. FR, 1 Ac 27000. 1tJYiMEi'( FINANCING sti

CHA. All energy saving features Brick B Cedar A 2BR I Bath. Family ,room carpet, A/C Southgate, Immaculate 1..00' .. 3BR. Stucco 'A Ac $25.100. _ _ _ _ _ /t1
\ beauty at $42.400. S2.500.00. nT sy'.i.r''I? 1BR, CB, 1.30 ac 20000. ,;l?:(

I .3 BR block carport reduced for Quick Sale to f'',100. cleaning oven. FPL Fm SPECIAL :.f.
.3 IR. garage, fireplace (24.500. 2 (R. I Bath clean A neat, 21000. Good forms. C.... Itm on :3 Ac 54000. 10 Ac Shade $20.000 :;/ *

.3 BR from. only $17,500. HAA. W/W carpet family room. 20 Ac Pasture $40.000 t:

.2 BR black larg. DR. LR A lot fireplace I2B.OOO. 3 BR 2BA CB, CH/A 1.30 10 Ac Fenced $...000 .." acres on. Grlflls loop with pretty '. ..

Prime 2 acres en U.S. 301 with 110 H. ...to".. Over 200 :3 Acres with :3 bedroom home, Hampton area Ac Shady $44.500. Many (mall Tracks.3BR. trees > room to roam II

It. centrally heated and aired block building. Storage Terms J'2I ; J
sq. I :3 Bedroom JfP. *cyq 'laifd, verysplce" Central Heat A Air, 2A 1,400 Sq. Ft. 10500.
building. Ov.r 9000 so,. ft. of concrete B parking space : J ) ,i'
SSI.000. Mobile HomaUa7tM.Ot I _- CH/A FPl Fm Rm Carport Salvage| Y.rd-Tools. Equlp-' ,.

379 ft. of land on U.S. 301 with water B sewer $''.000. Bedroom, I Bath could close In porch for :3rd Bedroom, .83 Ac. $37.000 met Vehicles, Home. 301 NEW LISTING Beautiful brick duplex 637 Epperson .; .:
3... F*.:8.2 Ac $45.000. North. '.' -
will divide brick '
stone exterior with 4 beautiful acres of land workshop A lovely custom exterior with SPACIOUS Interiors-two
.Successful 4 stftfen buwty f tutor. Uui Looking Glass ,In. garage. rrsttsast. PROPERTIES.INC. largo bedrooms, nice size living room ample ki ;.,;

Starke Plata. het/cognLrssm I fy s operator. Only tchen/dining room extra closets, separate utility roam .; .:
I IS 9.000 Mil sfll I i ft stock. Roberts these beautiful apartments 43900. :.I:

.KINGSLEY LAKE Brick duplex with 90 ft. on water e acre pasture land high B dry. ?!* Box 1338 SMALL TOWN REAL ESTATE BARGAINS

(4.500. !& Real. Estate Keystone Hgts 32656 Rd. 1* W attractive CB home on I acre $34,500.Nice.
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'COUNTRY CLUB -2 story brick colonial 4 BR. :3 bath 2'A Acres Hampton area Includes well septic A light v 473.4903 Pretty acre-Rd. 23!-hom. A large shop $23,000.Unusual.

double garage with utility SS0.700. pole. Furnished MH I acre, SRIOO SR23S-make offer| :" 1'

MORGAN ROAD. BR. I bath block with 14x32 pool on 964-7828 086 N. luxurious set 3Bath with EVERYTHING) $49.900.lovely. f.
; Temple
1.. acres $....000. 10 acres posture land high A dry with few trees. Owner needs. to sell :3 610 Milton. Terrace 3 BR 2. Convenient $29.900. ... .

WALDO 2BR block OUA. In town $24,000. M BR 2 old. -
Bath only moo 12 great acres, ranch style homo $45OOO.Versatlle. 4it
79 acre. $1,000 acre Saratoga Heights 3 BR. 2.. LR FR, KitchenDining .
Fireplace.
pr.
IAWTEY Garage 30 50 ft. with bay..nd small' CB' home en Water St. Investment. rentals Call A Bay St. $55,000. '.
combo.
fI.. bldg. 345 ft. frontage on US 301 33400. (0 acres Merlon County.. S30.000. 404 W. Madison. 2 story $23.500-nlce for large'' family. ," I
..... with 351 ft. US 301 10 40 furnished .
acres on x lot near Country Club 200'.126' $5.500 on Rd. 230. :. ,
.
mobile home with and chain link fence $20.000 lake Butler Investment opportunity :3 rental! units plu. Inflation Ideal :
awning We still y"yjpof .rtyJJBlock' Croak land. Fighter 35 ecres-neat home on Rd. 14 Will divide a
owner financed Investment opportunity Comfortable home pretty grounds I30S Pratt. yl

Home A Income Comfortable 9 ream frame home 3 .Bedroom, 1 bath home on Sampson lake Residential neighborhood. Commercial next to Terwlllegor Realty $30,,000. ,
(approx 2.000 sq. ft.) good condition, 'Ige modern kitchen 3BR. 28. Brick.outside city on 100x300 ft. lot. CH/A neat Access to Crystal take. Energy Efficient 3 BR 2 B CH$A on Searing St.. "'IM
_.,.
dlsnwashar, stove, ,..., :3 or 4 bedrooms. opprox. SO Crosby Lake. restricted area Broker Owner as a pin SR, 230 mobile\ home, 2 lets, Florida hom.! trailer, fish pond. large, garage Rd.lOOW. aA

pecan trees, 3 rental mobile homes. 1 extra h.k-up, pro- 13000. Deluxe MH on Euclid I Epperson St.
3 BR. 11, LR, DR on Laura St., new wiring end plumbing.
lent Incom. (400 Room and sened for
100" lot
setup me. more x 100' In town. $3,000. Estate en Lake Geneva fine Investment, ; I
MH', nice garden spece, on 6 act as 145.000 owner
financed. Mini Storage IS units with little or no vacancies at all 2 ham. In lake Butler. OWNER FINANCED : H

LOTS A ACREAGE pin four counties 111 I I times, also 400 Sq. H. office space, ..tr.lot with plentyof Prim. commercial--20 choice acres-301N. The best. .1:"

Including: 2 acres B up Lawtey or_. parking. Small home In Hempton. 404 W. Adklns, your home or rental S9.000. Imagine' SLake

Owner financed $3.000 per oc,.. t St. Ocala block-nice. trees 527500. Convenient ;
Large Service Station with nice office A 2 Double wldes en aero lots. ft
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7.11 Acres B As.um.9V $17.200. spaco extre !
Equity
mfg Store A opts, an :301-S27.SOO. Look this' aver I '..1:
.".35 acras 1340 ft. an. US 301 Good Investment at building en 1 acre land Equipment Included pumps could MOVING 7000' sq. ft. CB bldg. on Rd. I4E. Great potential. 11pGreat :
be replaced. Sell or Lea f nice tingle wide en approx. I aero lot.
$54,500 .
20 to 29 down IS 1'/s'.
at
yrs.
property across from Holiday INN. Tops I ....
160 Acres good railing. lend paved read ',o"t.". at :3 Call St. .
buildings Use
an .
only 51.000 per acre will split Commercial bldg.' an lot with frontage. an. Washington St. I 3 BR. I B. frame, nice, 2 frame out .buildings, double. CB OUT ORMOVING apt. compl. 301 opt.$70.000 upstairs.good cash Imagination.large flow.

.Beautiful wood.d lots for homes In. restricted ,... garage, CB office with AC an 1.7 acres.
a Old. Sunoco Station with some equipment. 2'"' frontageen Call St. commercial IOO'x190'.S9,900. A sleeper
(2.500 and (3.000 with 29*, down S ,..r. on balance Call St. commercial 23S'xl4'.S19,800.
,./,... :301 could have gas allowance to go with the sale.Apprax. large frame dwelling on 3 acres with 2 mobile home rentals Busy corner.
3 Country Club lots 1 acre each.$4050. each.
'
ex silent buy. -
200' frontage Hwy :301 N. 2 BR CB house. ...w'"t. ... Pretty lot-nice-trees-Bessent Rd. under (4.000. Think)
MANY. MANY OTHERS Graham area t end 2 acre lots en graded road, term Hampton Oaks lot (7,100. Galnesvllle/Starke.
DON'T BE SORRY YOU DIDNT CALL 1111 I Nice lot .beslo
Home (commercial) A rental cottage Madison 22500.
"WE SELL THE EARTH .- AND EVERYTHING ONITI I II III" us show you our Mobile. Home Perk we haw, 'or Sale, 10 acres, mostly h cleared, paved road frontage Union 13 acres 301 A Morgan Rd. $39.000. Convenient. stare

County between Ralford end lake ....1.'.
Office Hours Mon.-S./.1 am to S pm. W. hove M.H. lots A lots for homes, call us today for In. '\": ,' 1'.Realtor Associates

h... B Sun. .by Appointment.VENINGSt 'lormatlon. Very nice-2 BR.2B, CB:erf paved road CH/A. Crystal, lake Martha Dorke lu Green. Senders

( Nice 2'/s Acre 'lots ((2)). home sites. .. 1r Evenings A Weekends Evenings. A Weekends. j
Ralph' P. Bryan Realtor : FIOWUW9RSAttt m-3397 .....(..04

44420 Lillian C. ,..,....' Beeutlful setting. with pecan, fig. pair A ..c../o .c,..: /'/. acres of land*off""Vorsyth* Road,. no'Improvements,
..... / .. Beth fenced B good land.,*'" .) "
( man "Ice S BR, 2 cress fenced 2 It." most In t .
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Wayne Douglas Phone 944-7700
A Office Men.get"rok.S.l.smen Improved posture. J"; :
COMMf RCIAl-301: Vertn with .building.. 393: N. Temple Avenue ')
944 IDSVlckl
'444453 ( acres Hwy 22S. priced at $2,700.00 per acre. ...,. WADEA.IEHRREG.BIOKEI
".' ,. _, 2 BR. I IViB.'lR. DR. large (laundry room ".'..e.CH/A.en 3 BR I'A both, t'/. acres. .

David E. Dyal Judo Moody Powell /< Rentals f, 3 acres almost new .end.spotless, off SR .... Just outside city limits City' Hlway 301 N. Lawtey !
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..Associate44B123S Associate Associate9444B43 3BR. I.. C.....HAA w/w cerpet-S oc,... "...' .- .'_...,. .". ..d, ,,'. ..0'. ,., gas and garbage. service
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944-1411 t v .' '". largo 3 stofy'I In town perfecfj/.r" 2 apartments..a ; Reasonable priced.A. .
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3BR. IB Frame 1 ac.... v3BR **.*_Ao"- '"SPi-> .'* [ 3 Acres State Road 230-A Only $ ,"0 .. .

,. ..- ., 40 acres oH .
I I IB. In town, w/w A/C. *
Apt, carpet ... V: x w-f \ ;. Bayles" Highway. '20 Acres Htwoy 100 West $27.990
J'' 3 BR, 1'H I', Milton Terrace, almost new. very nice.
ill Apt. In town, ,,* : ;JI' *.:: rS'Jf:! tr'>I 31.:I Room, elder home en II Acres Hlway 301 Lawtey,, S22.SOO

,, RELOCATION A Hampton lake" Beautiful large home with. 1 M. 3B. LI 2% ...... North of tterke. [ 40 Acres Htwoy 301 North $ 5.000 ....

SIEVICE.IMC. Paul H. ,_"...,-._.... : ;1e'!tT" with fI"p'-i' ; DR.. ; FR Pestle, garage CH/A.'lovely let.
h smell
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M Faulkner-Realtor. V ,
Susan
Evenings'64-1061. 4 Nice homeM ''JLR. DR; FR. 3 BR..1 .... .. CH/A. patio. equity end :assume prig Some, Acreage As Little
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.,; vat" '.... garage largo corner lot. y under $17.000. As $50 Down

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October 4,in) TELEGRAPH Pa.e ti HA

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T' LA WTE Y ,
Lunch Mcna
CHURCH ACTIVITIES heather.nd .Uter.ht-kiwVMV.. :and M I I Their son RobWe& spent Saturday / Bw4MNm. ,pcW&
but
DM
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CHURCH OF GOD: Sunday School 10 Mrs. Joey Samorisky, and niece ,,. t. night with.. grandparents and went' MO/Vr".*r*. ....... IMM* MRS* {
a.m. Worship Services II a.m. and 8 Heather, her brotb*-in-iaw and ': bylNhiti44brryPkoae! to the circus.
Prayer Mr. and Mrs. Fleam Starling s. ...-.......... f
p.m. Meeting and YPE sister Mr.and Mrs.Alan
F-teWlmg, ail ttSoIIIOt (
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b.p.UMI......... ...altwrnaaanAv. ..
Wednesday at 7 p.m. of Jacksonville, and BUI A****;; ..., 3h visited their, son Lucian Prevatt of .-. liMM. Slott.w/LaM.....
EVERGREEN BAPTIST: Sunday of Lawtey. THey spent the afunwon v ,.a\ Gainesville while there on Sunday a- su.**Ml** *..*.airs. M .rant
School 10 a.m. Worship Services 11 MId served tee cream and cake. Mrs: Fred Moore hersoninlaw regret learn that her mother,Mrs. afternoon. mUlL
a.m.and 7 p.m. Training Union 8 p.m. Mrs. Jenkins of HUKsrd. and daughter accompanied, Mr. and HoA( Melton of Ocoee. is in the minttMMV.. Ippl. ."c".IDAY. '"hin SauMM* bncwC.riM; Md MQ Um pa'..l..
Sunday School '
Prayer Meeting Wednesday at 7 p.m. was a overrate gtie 4'of her Mrs. Tom Casey, to Tampa!*; Wednesday Our prayers are with her. National Elementary man.
FAITH BAPTIST: Radio Program mother, Mrs. O.J. Anders: They left to Friday, visiting her sister, >;Fred Moore spent: Monday Lunch WeektoberS-12 .". .OH...MaMCWl...
WPXE Starke AM-H90, FM106, 8 early Monday morning and Were din- Mrs. Cecil Wade of Tampa.; While with sister. Miss Rachel Boyer,of
a.m. Sunday. Bible School 10 a.m., ner guests of her son and daughtcr-ln- there Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Boyer, ,Jacksonville. >
Worship Services 11 a.m. and 6:30: law, Mr. and Mrs. James-'Anders: and Miss Sherree Shin was a Saturday
p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday 6:30: family, of Palatka. They"returned to Tampa, Elder and"Mr*: George overnight guest of Miss Debbie
p.m. Pastor Elder A.E. Massey.. Lawtey Monday afternoon and: she Boyer, Plant City and Mrs. Tom Ratliffe,of Starke.
FIRST BAPTIST: Sunday School: 8:45': returned home that afternoon. Casey Joined them for,lunch at the Friends of Miss Leonette Dyal are ,,
a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. and Mrs.Nita Dobbs and Mrs.Ola Starling Sea Wolf Restaurant.Mr. learn that she has finished I
7:30: p.m. Training Union 8:30: p.m. spent Monday to Friday in Bryson and Mrs. Virgil Griffin, of haste Is employed as a switchboard -
Prayer Meeting Wednesday at 7:30 City, N.C. Her son and daughterinlaw Palatka spent the afternoon Wedne* < receptionist in a Uranium
p.m Mr. and Mrs. James Starling day, with their mother, Mrs. Nellie Mine in Glen Rock, Wyoming. a'
GRACE UNITED METHODIST: brought her home on Friday after Wilkinson. Mr.and Mrs. Bill Crouae gave a birthday
Starting time of classes is Friends of Mrs. Lonnie ("'
9:45: a.m. Testori ,, party for their son John
10:25 a.m. will be EARLY CHURCH Strickland and Miss Julie Crouse, of
for children Praise Service at 7 p.m. noon.Bradford Jacksonville on Sunday afternoon.
Sunday Evening Worship 7:45 p.m. Middle School News Others attending were Mr. and Mrs. '
Methodist Youth Fellowship 8 p.m. Mike Sykes, of Jacksonville.Mrs. It Is with: pride and humilitythat
Sunday. Choir Practice 7
p.m. Frank Abdulla's clssedare Earl Troxell spent the
Wednesday and Prayer Meeting at 8 aciencq Invited to dress up in "spooky" weekend with her daughter Mrs.

p.m.The part studying of health the Investigation this six weeks of the As costumes. David Kelly and son, of Jacksonville. I would. like to thank the votersof
minister, Don Love and his Tuesday Dec. 11- Citizen's Advisory Mrs.John Tye spent Thursday with
family "The Singers of Heart"will be respiratory and circulatory systems, meeting 7 p.m.-BMS library.
her daughter, Mrs. Tom Talley and
singing at the Revival in Florahome. the students disected a pig heart and Saturday. Dec IS-Christmas dance-: children of Jacksonville.Mr. Starke, Florida, for the wonderful ',
cow respiratory system. The classes .
Thursday, Friday and Saturday of BMS gym 7 10 p.m.. and Mrs. Mark Starling, of
also observed
this week. The Adult Choir will be lung and heart tissues Tuesday Dec. IS- 2nd general PTO
under the microscope. Special thanksare Gainesville,gave a birthday party on turn-out and interest that was shown
singing Saturday night. meeting-7:30: p.m. BMS gym. Mr. Sunday, Sept. 23 for their fabtel'Fleam' ,
extended to Mr. Leslie Boone for
The christening of Elizabeth Ann Hardy and chorus In charge of
pro Starling. Those present were
his donation of the
Slater was a beautiful ceremony class specimens for the gram. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Starling and in my re-election to the
which will be long remembered by all The study.math Friday, Feb. IS- Valentine Dance family, of Bryceville, Mr. and Mrs. ,
who were in attendance.Mr. and Mrs. department welcomestwo BMS gym 7 10 Semi-formal '
p.m. Starling and ,daughter., Jamie and
teachers this Adele Commission.
Tom Howard are the Godparents and year. Mitchell to formal wear. Angel Starling, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Starke City
comes to us from BUS and Julia Rip- .. .
Mr. Robert Lee assisted. Mrs. Tuesday, Mar. Citizen's Advisory Starling and son David of Jacksonville ,
Slater's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur plinger transferred from Lawtey Meeting 7 p.m.-BMS Library and mother Mrs. Fleam Startfr. -
Sheddan, Mr. and Mrs. B. Wickless, Elementary. They join Linda Bennett 18- 3rd General PT0meeting7:30 Thanks

Mr. George King and three children, Gail Floyd.Becky Shockey, and : p.m. BMS gym- and Mrs. L.G. WUkerson of ,
of Jacksonville came for the occasion. Virginia Walkup.Students Beta Club Induction. Niceville, spent the weekend with
The christening dress was hand made were classes.placed Into Tuesday May 204th General PTO their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Len Vernon' SilcoxPd '.
by Mrs. Slater mother 30 years ago homogenious They were meeting, 7:30: p.m. EMS gym WUkerson. ,
and used by Mrs. Slater at her grouped according to: 1) teacher Election of PTO officers, 198081. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wilkerson and

christening. Delicious refreshmentswere 3)a recommendation) teacher made; test 2)) which CTBS covered scores; Saturday May 24- End of year Sock son spent Sunday with their parents,, Pol. Adv. Paid For By Vernon Silcox

Wilkerson served and afterward Claire Coleman with Louellen serv- basic math skills. Our'program In- Hop BMS gym -10:30: p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Donald WUkerson. Sr. ,

ing. Mrs. Robert Lee directed the ar .cludes the following skills: 1) Place
rangements and serving.The Value; 2) Addition; 3) Subtraction; 4) Ii
men will be working at the Multiplication; 5) Division; 6) In- j
church next Saturday. Everyone is troduction to Fractions; 7) Addition
of Fractions; 8) Subtraction of Frac
urged to by from 8:30
drop : a.m. until ,
tions; 9)) Multiplication of Fractions
;
?? to see if they can help.
Brother Love has received news 10)) Division of Fractions; 11) 8 PtoooiQLASSWH8S ,
from his brother Jim Love of Lake Reading and Writing Decimals SST ,0;
Wales that had Addition of Decimals; 13) Subtraction
they an 8lb,11 oz. boy Ifw
this past week. Delightful of Decimals; 14) Multiplication of
news.They al.r'I ld/'w iNll
have other Decimals; 15)) Division of Decimals;
one son.ATTENTION
: "KIDS OF THE 16) Percent; 17)) Pre Algebra; 18)

KINGDOM"choir practices the next are few Important Wednesdaynight as Algebra term The are PTO.I.: president officers for Mrs.'this school Joyce pi I r.-r 1 i t Ar

we prepare for HOMECOMING, Oct.
21.. Chambers; Vice-President, CharlesC.

The church was very attractive this Johns; Secretary, Mrs Pricilla 7&&D l 1.frTil;
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past Sunday with the addition of new Burnsed; and Treasurer, Mrs. r a
Kathryn Sapp.
alter scarves which can be changed to
The PTO calendar for
1979-80 is as
reflect the church
seasons.They werea a w aMEN'S
follows
gift to the church by the United : .
Methodist Women.HIGHLAND .
Tues. Oct. 16-lst general PTO
BAPTIST Sunday
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School 1 10 a.m. Worship Services 11a.m meeting-7:30: P.M. BMS gym.
Meet all teachers and and
staff
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; and 7 p.m. Prayer Meeting tour the new BMS facility. BIO YANK a

Wednesday at 7 p.m. Friday. Oct. 19- Halloween dance-.. 14 OZ. DENIMPREWASHED
LAURA BAPTIST: Sunday School
10 a\rn..Worship Services 11 a.m. and BMS gym 7.p.m.-lO p.m.'Students JEANS a 7 tT

7:30: ; p.m. Mens Prayer Meeting, o s

Tuesday at 7 p.m. Prayer Meeting, 10.88
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Wednesday at 7:30 ,,.
: ;
LONG BRIDGE BAPTIST p.m. Rort; MIIPfIICt.OCICIIADIO OiaPOSASLS LImri P MULTVPOSmON CHAW ..... ", ...-. Y4 OQttQn ImM, dOrpllCM ; V alt!
: Sunday Of. O n '
School 10 ; 1 II" !edsutfewdase7 'r .rl' 'OI rerorJOedet,-.K.J6.. : ....,....." .,. .+IftorM.ep/y f. M .w,. i. wn.nw.r.* f rrf i
a.m.
Worship Services 11 !{:?
M"" .T. rA. P roc was-,.., Poputtr mutmn yt wn' O ri
a.m: and 7 p.m. Prayer Meeting b r-UMfcMl tor long* wr M w.'r' r y ,
Wednesday at 7 p.m. Pastor Charles On Saturday,Sept. 29,the Bradford 17B 49 ; 888 pomu.AO.n'.ssra. 3
Starling. High JROTC unit held a dance at the EYIPM ', )
MORGAN ROAD BAPTIST: Sunday National Guard Armory, planned and 'w.. M JeW ........ AY ., t14.b.dwy.pMt owry..w, =' Adiul..bh a.M brio, bon. t / .0
School 10 a.m. Worship Services 11 organized by the JROTC Parents aaam.. ... .L..s..4... ..."....... t1.m. .oeel let patd.d a..dgtl, vWi l ubwig. v 0 i :
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a.m:* and 7 p.m. Training Union, 6 Organization the benefit of cadetsas Sold prsans. .. aCotwt old taroo p.aSasses. .may 1I

p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday, 7 well as the unit itself, ;_ MMOTOII
p.m. f' .;.
The dance was successful in AOLB1SW-M II".X ilia.VINYL 1' 1
NOHTHSIDE BAPTIST: Sunday very l%
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School 10 a.m. Worship Services 11 that a lot of the public was there and I 1 OVANT CAN C0UPLIN0auw :
a.m.,: and 7:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting not just JROTC cadets. Dr. A.J. Davis
Wednesdays at 7:30: p.m. from the WAPE radio station was the
SMYRNA MISSIONARY BAPTIST: disc jockey, and he was very busy 7P ,
Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship Ser from 8 to 12 keeping the music going :
vices,11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. Training for the many dancers. .
Union at 6:15: p.m. Prayer Meeting ,
Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. There was a dance contest held for
those brave enough to get out on the \ '
floor and try. Approximately ten
CUB SCOUT NEWS couples entered the contest. It was MEN'S AND SOYS'tCATKM-tOOK ( '.
The first Cub Scout den meetingwill lowered to a group of five couples and PVC JACKET,NYLON UHIO '
be October 11 at theMiscally's t
Thursday, ,
the audience voted on the remaining
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couples.The couple that won the con I"IH'
( RR tracks between 225 and ,
across test was Darryl Thornton and Karen .. ''WEM"BOY..'.DISCOUNT PRICE J
125). Chitty, however, there were many A TNt iMi. loatt ol none of ......-' 1 w' .r ;
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All interested boys are urged to attend OMMtod wnn enop four Boakeu. doubt*
dancers entered in the contest
this 7 p.m. meeting. If you have good r.rsUMSq moral Sine S.ox...*-d. MEN'S/SOYS'coMMmoY MANS

not already signed up, come on and DAN SHUTSPILLOWCASKS .' MINI BOYS'
we will sign you up then. This den will JROTC may hold another dance in ?
be for 8, 9 and 10 year old boys at the the future very much like this one. UrCTmCALAMM RIVER Tone.t o 8.88 5aVJt

present time. For more information CLOCK, MOLL... a mwa 3.44 went .M wean
please call Mrs. Judy Miscally or Here are the announcements: ((1/ 2.99 790w '' Wottom ityto 100%cotton Mid ftotyMMr/ool.
Mrs.Geraldine, Thompson, There will be another Parents pk. ton nMdfum w.N corduroy m .t.orttd totM.
Organization meeting on ,Oct 9. ((2) +t' wAda.n- s+ w I ItrOgm: a nf tog_*.M-3S.S-t_*. _
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Mr. and Mrs. D.O. Brown spent the paper year. are .
asked to please help with this project. No-Iron. pr.Mnma, pa/ymta/ alaonan
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weekend with their sister, aa.d b sad coos IN$POPLIN MIN'S awlATSNeTo0V ,
Margie Whitfield, of Tampa. L JACKETS WITH HOODM
Mrs. Bill Anders, Sr., was the recipient Cpt/Janlce Browning
of a surprise birthday party on P.1.0. 8.S8 6.93 ,

Sunday, Sept. 23 given by her parents .' i t s. ., DISCOUNT mace DISCOUNT mice .
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Samorisky, her

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, Forty-seven of 48 felony count the court the State Attorney of the looked at the minute book and Ister complaint concerning' the alleged
i against impended Union County lOlb Circuit concluded there was no was furnished affidavits from Drlg- alteration of the minute*had secured (from I)
: Clerk Robert Driggen were dutmtaa- basis to file any criminal charges and gers and the four other fqjmfr com- prior to Ute Ethic Commission being page
ed Tuesday and Wednesday Judge) an Investigation by the Florida Com- mllalonen who served 1ft established and therefore had no k,l plan, Gaines saki Bug can be worked
Woodrow Melvin In Circuit Court In mission en Ethics: found no probable Whitworth said in a vent Jurisdiction, Mid Gonzalez. out of the plan before the developer
Lake Butler, leaving one bribery cause.Driggen. meeting held In DeteuiOK in his' Turner Drl ers' attorney", said goes to great expense the coningdirector
count to be continued this morning was charged with altering Gainesville office a econd.affldavlt witnesseso instance of said.Change '
\ (Thursday Oct. 4). the minutes of the Aug. 8.1973 county was produced by Wayne on key have been made after objection
Following four hours of testimony commission meeting to give himself a bye 1aa\.Ml8.! county commissioner had to the first draft of the proposed

which ended at 4:10 p.m.Wednesday, $ )O+montb pay rake Whitworth testified Griffls Mid he "difficulty recalling or Just don't ordinance shown to the commission
I two perjury charges and one.bribery Judge Melvin agreed to hear the would not sign a sworn statement remember." Sept. 11, Gaines laid. For Instance
count: were dismissed for lack of sufficient motion after at because be thought he could possibly the words "or other appropriate -
proof. The one remaining teensy Tom estate the be prosecuted and asked to taut to the "I Imagine witnesses on both sidesdon't authority" have been added i
bribery charge Is the alledged Job offer filing of the 28 state attorney alone. Whitworth said have crystal ball memory"said where the proposed ordinance called
to Bryan Hendricks through his date set by the court. he explained a contract of immunity Judge Melvin. "The court "acsepta for a county engineer. The commission
brother. Franklin David Hendricks Morris said the defense was still could M drawn up, but Griffls said he the statement people forget think the county la too small for
so Bryan Hendricks would withdraw taking. depositions.late as last week wanted to consult an attorney.The a county engineer. Former commissioner -
from the 197C clerk's race against and couldn't show actual prejudlcee only other conversation Whit "You can always dodge the issue If AiielallomrkbIlomrich Roberts backed up the present
Driggen.Drikgers'. before August 28. worth said he had with Griffls was by It I is unpleasant by saying 'I don't board on the engineer issue Monday
attorneys, Larry Turner sib Judicial Circuit State Attorney phone when the commission: chair- remember. Memory I* a wonderful say the county to not yet doing the
Stan Morris and Wayne Carroll,, were Eugene Whitworth testified Tuesday man declined to enter Into a contract thing and It can serve you when you New volume of developing to require a
successful Tuesday in having of the he had been approached In the summer 1 but>> said the second affidavit stating, want It. I'm amazed how some peo fulltlme engineer.Galnes .
felony charges which Included grand mer of OT6 by three or "maybe four" "I cannot recall what official action ple' recall Improves when they want also pointed out he baa been
larceny: dismissed for failure of men who brought a certified copy of was taken (on the pay raise)," was it to," said prosecuting attorney Home EC Agent careful to avoid causing the small
speedy prosecution the August s commission minutes true and more accurately described Trantham. private landowner who wants to
The motion filed Monday, said stating the minutes had not been officially what had occured. Whitworth said Alicia Ilomrich I* the new home divide up hi* own land and sell lots.
Driggen was "denied due process of approved and had been placedIn Griffls told him the first affidavit was In dismissing the forgery perjury eeooomUt replacing Mary Yearly The revised proposal make it very
law in that an unnecessary the minute book by the clerk or someone signed when he was requested to and grand larceny charges Melvin who left ever four months. Ilomrich.a clear that development of property
unreasonable and prejudicial delay under his direction. come by a place of business and he said the defendant would be native of Boca Raton has four years considered county road is not
has occured between the time of the Whitworth said he asked what proof signed it without careful reading. "unquestionably prejudiced" by the experience with the county extension a subdivision unless roadsare
alleged occure ce'. of the charges they had and when they said none he "I reached the conclusion the investigation death of a witness (Iris Davis, the service In Palm Beach County and a cut into the property to give access
and the prosecution. said there was not enough evidencefor was over. I had nothing to former deputy clerk who transcribedthe master's degree In Vocational Home to Inner lots he pointed out.
Morris said as long u seven years an Investigation. prosecute with" said Whitworth.Also minutes of the August 8 meeting Economics Education from Florida Gaines offered to make additional
had lapsed since the alleged offenses About a month later one or morepeopI. called to testify were Laura The Judge added Drigger would International.Mrs. copies of the proposal and give copiesto
resulting in "a problem with their e came back and brought an affidavit Seay Hal Y. Maine. 10th circuit suffer Infringement of his constitutional Ilomrich said she's very Impressed the Doard of Realtors and to meet
(witnesses) memories" and the death from Gerald Griff stating be state attorney Investigator Bud Coker right to a speedy prosecution with Bradford County and with that group.
of a key witness. was not aware of the commission approving and Lawrence Gonzalez executive because of the long delay by the state has great expectations for her pro "We're not trying to ram anything
The defense motion to dismiss also the pay raise, testified Whit- director of the Ethics Commission. in bringing the charge. gram. First on her list bf priorities Is down anybody' throat. That's why
stated the allegations were made a worth. He said he then came to Lake Gonzales said the Ethic Commis- a newsletter to let people know of her we've had so many meetings" said
part of the 178 campaign( for clerk of Butler and met with Driggen and sion investigating a 1977 complaint service Gaines. Realtor Janet Starling
found "no probable cause" to believe "The power and responsibility of Mrs. Ilomrich Is a welcome addition agreed at the request of the commission -
Drlggera offered political opponent the state .is not divisible br the to the County Extension Office to see that the Board of Realtors
Byran Hendricks a Job If he would number of attorneys it has/ said and we're glad to have her. receives the necessary copies.
.....more on Cityfrom withdraw from the clerks race. The Melvin adding Whitworth would
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Ethics Commission chairman had prosecutable officer of

I ( page U) earlier determined the portion of the the state. Starke Elementary School NewsStarke I

Chief Bowen asked commissioners to which Silcox replied. "You're only
to consider appointing attorney J.J. one in 5,000-we're all under water Elementary held its first orful exhibits showing various
"Jess" Wolbert as Internal investigator now and have been for weeks." PTA meeting with an Open House on phases of Indian life. Names too late
for the city police depart- Another Irate citizen Gust Kalas, Southside Elementary School NewsDue Tuesday Oct. 2 at 7:30 p.m. Officer to get in last week' paper are:
ment. said he was "at the end of my rope' this year for PTA are Dr. Jim Heater Apache Camp Lottie Cole. Indian \
"We need to have an outsider investigate concerning the Hooding problem. He president Jan Jackson vice- Camp and Indian Diorama Keith
the internal affairs of the said the commission had made promises to the day lost because of im.'Patsy Phillips,' Yvonne/ Norman president and Halloween carnival Brazelle and Indian People Gerald
department..it would eliminate to him for seven years and school closure for hurricane David Diane Moody Sherrie Prevatt. Chairman, Charlotte Green Holt. We have finished our unit on In-
much of the politics" Bowen said. He nothing has been done. He noted he's the following date will show a Anyone wishing to volunteer I k asked treasurer Mrs. Annette McCloud dians and are now beginning to study
added an Internal Investigator would spent more money trying to stay dry change: to call Mrs. Whitehead at Southside secretary and Harold Davis Halloween the exploration of America.
allow him to do the Job he was electedto than he did on his property off US-301. October 9- the six week grading School between 8:30: a.m. and 3:30: Carnival chairman. Dr. Hester The Science classes are beginning a
do. period ends. p.m..964-5588. commended Marian Douglas for serving unit about the Earth's formation and
Silcox said he was "hit cold" by the "It's been too long with no actton..Ican't October 16- Report card will be Mr*. Mullins' kindergarten has as president for PTA last year. composition. Studies of various kindsof
proposal and needed time to think even get temporary help" sent home with the student along been studying" dental health. The Mrs. Douglas worked very hard for a rocks:: volcanoes earthquakes
about it and discuss It with the other' Kalas said. with the 1978-79 ems test results for children practiced brushing their prosperous year. weathering and erosion will be included.
commissioners. He added at this Silcox said he would see about some those parent* who have not already teeth on a huge set of .teeth ate Mr. Charles Francis school principal We hope for additional projects In
point, that commissioners were guiltyof temporary measures to help Kalas picked them up. nature's toothbrushes (apples, commended the parents and this area. Jessie Simmons bas r
voting on issues without really out. but emphasized: it would be only October 19- Planning Day for celery and carrots) and learned how teachers In attendance for having already brought in: Sedimentary t
understanding what they had votedon. temporary, teachers and no school for students.On to keep their teeth healthy, The most shown interest in our school. Layers and Growing Salt Crystals ;
Silcox included himself In the guilty .Commissioners unanimously October 11 the physical education exciting part of all was a visit from Our school will hold its Halloween ;
parties and said from now on, he approved department at Southside is Dr. Odom. He brought x-rays,his den- Carnival on Saturday. Oct. 27. The
a motion to plans from theDepartment
get
would like the commission to take : of Installing hosting a football-volleyball play day tal Instrument and a new toothbrush event will take lace at Bradford Did You Knowfrom
Transportation on
more time with matters and vote on a railroad crossing signal at for all the Bradford County Elemen- for each chhd. He looked in County fairgrounds. Time of the carnival
them after some discussion and the Market Road crossing. The city tary Schools. from 9 a.m. to noon.. everyone's mouth and let each child will be announced at a later ( page 7)
thought. will October %Halloween Carnivalat try the gas mask. It was fun to see date. If you have any questions or
receive rebate the
Commissioner Wilbur Waters a on $13,000 expense Southside. This .is our one big fundraising what the dentist does.Winners you are interested in helping" make While Mr. and Mrs. Dale Crosby of
Install the and
to signal the
agreed and pointed out the matter of maintenance coats of and fun-filled event. Mark of the Woodsy Owl coloring the carnival a success please contact Orlando were attending the engineers
appointing an internal Investigatorwas approximately your calendars tell all your friends contest in Mrs. Verna Scbmidt'sl1n1grade Mr. Harold Davis or Mrs. David convention in St. Augustine over the
"not urgent" and could wail. $1,230 per year will be halved withDOT. bring all your relatives and come for class were Brian Canova and Jackson. weekend they left their son and !
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Wolbert explained that in creatingthe the fun. The time Is from 5-9 p.m. Kevin Boone. The two winners were Mrs. Barbara Reddish, fifth grade daughter; Bradley and Sara with
position of internal Investigator Volunteer to work are requested' chosen by their classmates. teacher won the prize for the most their parents, Mr. and Mrs. AI Crosby l
eventually a citizen's review boardwould A request to consider a change in The l last week in September grade Ms. Carolyn Canova'first grade is parent present at PTA. Her student and Mr. and Mrs. Merrill. Dees. ,. '
be formed to monitor the police the city ordinance concerning the sale 1 5. Title I students were given the very excited to have student teacher will *be given a treat at Dairy Quiet .
department's activities.A of liquor on Sunday received a Stanford Achievement Test the 'tbe working In their class. She iI Theresa Report cards will be sent home on Mr. and Mrs. Ogden Bates of
lukewarm reception. Commissioner following week the, title I DeVore from Lawtey. The childrenare Tuesday Oct. 18. Plea return the Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. Don
complaint was lodged by Elma Charles Schaefer who suggested the kindergarten was given the Stanford already learning many things attached with your signature. Ray Tilley of Starke were Sunday din
Jenkins who wanted to know where should change said the city ordinance Achievement Test. from her.They are really looking forward A teacher's planning day is scheduled ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robbie
her tax dollars were being spent if not coincide. Local with the county ordinance Ms. Barbara Faye Chaff, who to the next six weeks because of for Friday Oct. 19. There will be Shaller.
on the repairing of streets and clean- establishments are transferred from Starke Elementary all the interesting activities she has no achoolon that day. The Hangman Returns!
ing of ditches. Mrs. Jenkins said the Schaefer handicapped contended.by the ordinance. is our new third grade teacher. She planned for them. We regret that Mrs. Lavon Drives, Oct.2930Terwlllegar
ditches by Estelle Street had not been Silcox said the issue replaces Mrs. Vickie Beal who is take More Halloween Carnival News: music teacher was home for a few Motors
cleaned in years and was causing II however he could come up ing a position as Content Specialist Raffle ticket will be sold at 50 cents days with an injured leg. We are proud 206 W.Madison St.
considerable problem with flooding. Waters concurred, would be against it. with Project Pass working in the field per ticket on two items which will be to have her back. ...-1200
with Silcox's
She asked if anything could be done, sentiments. of mathematics awarded at a drawing on the night of Dr. Ed Turner Reading Professorat for appointment
On October 4-5. Mrsi; Eugenia the carnival Saturday, 27 at 8 the University of Florida was the
Oct.
Whitehead our Primary Specialist p.m. The winner need presentto inservice consultant for the Reading
will attend a meeting in Tampa'' 01 win so long as they have filled out Workshop held at Starke Elementary,. Ceil Terwlllegar and Martha Dorko
The Lawsons are the new owners of the Florida Council on Elementary the ticket with their name address on Monday. Oct. 1. visited Mrs. Terwillegar's family In
Education. Mrs. Whitehead would and/or phone number. The two Todd Huliard celebrates his birth- Sanford over the weekend, Including '
MONTGOMERYWARD like to welcome the following popular items are a 10-speed bicycle day this month in Mrs. Griffls- Mrs.' Terwillegar's sister, Madalyn -
volunteers to Southside. Their and a portable AM-FM radio that Jenkins room. These two teachers are Scott of Coronado Ca., her brother
CATALOG AND SALES.AGENCY assistance In the classroom is greatly operates on batteries or current, hal proud to have Mrs Barbara and sisler-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. J.
'appreciated: Marie Addison Harriet bands for aircraft, weather and TV Balkcom Mrs. Gayle Davis and Donna McKay Truluck and her parents Mr.
and have moved the store to Fuquay Jackie Kite Dimple audio. Children will be selling tickets Samons as volunteers In their and Mrs. J. Hugh Truluck. ,
Overstrect. Lori Rauhofer Mary Ann they may be bought at the school or class. Miss Samoa is a student in
132 East Call Street.. Williams, Linda Bryant. Nancy purchased the night of .the carnival Elementary Education at Santa Fe Mr. and Mrs. Robert Underill of
Bradley, Sherrie Huggins. Nancy before 8 p.m. Community College. Gainesville were weekend guests of
(Leila Mundy building.) Scott Allen a student in Joy Mr. and Mrs. J.... Moncrlef. .

Next door to the Bakory. Y."wN.. Tetstone'new arrival class In his Is home.very Scott proud has of a a Ms. Jackie Johns and daughter.
STATEMENT OWNERSHIP.MANAGEMENT AND CIRCULATION
____., ,.&lle N V I sister, Tammy, born Friday Sept. 28. Leslie, spent the weekend with her
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8r.dford1. Tlear.ph s' . -J.fiLlLlI$Oi / __
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'IJJ V. Call St.. Stake, 8r,dford, FlgHd 12091 ... were deeply appreciated. Miss the funeral of his sister Mrs. Mat-
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I 1M W. fall St. __ ._ __ b.1NauY..U1.q.Y!w"""I.IIlw.40YM..ww_ lo.o.Jtb _. Mrs Ann
,"'-'-'*l ftrflwwn I JohO 1!!.JMIltr, P. drawer 11,.. $prkt..f1 32091 r __ coordinator announced new parent The Hangman Returns! .
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.Sos 9..Isrpuson. t. O. Draws' Stakl.tFl 32091 .___ Linda Thomas and Grace Oct 29* 30
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Santa Fe's class AAA Raider com to Lake "the best high school athlete in Florida." Major The Lake RegionMONITOR i'
Butler for an I p.m. 'game Friday night with college: recruiters: will go so far as to say Dixon.to
Union County Utah's Ti en. one of the prize packages in the state He plays
Just the mention of that football rivalry Is anywhere Santa Fe can get him the ball on !
enough to stir up TJger fans but this year the football offense-tight end tailback wideout, even I,
game Is only half the fun. quarterback on occasion-end anchors the .....0.. e The Union County
It's Homecoming weekend at UCJ1S. That Raider defense from his safety spot.
means game night will feature the halftime The Raiders nm out of a variety of offensive gaefrz4ff TIMES:
crowning of the 19790 Union County High formations,running the ball basically of the I
School. Homecoming: Queen with other activities with tailback Algonne Flagg (no.33,Sr. 170) carrying ,
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.. :ed1q and following the ballgame. the running load. iI
Activities actually get underway tonight When they throw, and they put the ball up 2S SUPPLEMENT TO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEG'R.u,.,UNION .: :
Thursday Oct. 4, with Tiger Growl at 7:30 p.m. times against Bradford last week quarterback M COUNTY TIMES AND LAKE REGION MONITOR ;
at Tiger b'I.Id. Channel 20 meterorologist and Stephen'Healy (no. II, Sr. IflO will generally October 4.l 7t Section *
humurist Mel Turner will be on hand as Growl take a straight drop back or accept the snap .
master of ceremonies. Immediately following from the shotgun formation.The \

stadium.the Growl will be a bonfire pep rally behind the big offensive Raiders and will defensive dwarf Union lines.High Both with are their anchored Inside: Tornadoes Upset S.Fe... (pg. 211)IIunter'sUpdate.seepg.9B )

by Steve Coullias (no. 51, Sr) a W 23S '
pound offensive guard-defensive tackle. Defen ( ) It.>
live tackle Scott Roaenboom (no.71,Sr.228) and .. ,
I linebacker Mike Hayes(no.7$,Sr..18$)are other ,
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week the chore for Keystone's for the third year and are big "According to our scouting reports times, completing Just two, but for _
Indians was to stop Chlefland reasons Williston has continued a they'll be one of the toughest teams 46 yards."Chiefland. : "
Celebration breakaway artist Lacy Anderson. tradition of winning football. They well play controlled the ball on us,
Spoil They did that pretty well but still were tripped up In their bid for a they drove it. WUliston Is a lot more j:
came out on the wrong end of a 20-8 playoff spot last year but are back In "They run the option a lot with Simmons explosive," Valentino said in comparing Ii
game,falling to 1-3 for the year.Now the hunt with a 2-0 District 4-AA and Edwards their one-two the two option clubs. .: 1,.
i things get tougher for the defense record (wins over Union County 27-0 punch. You can't concentrate: on "We're going to have to play ball-
The Indians travel to WUliston Friday last week and Newberry 27-18),Just stopping: Just one guy... and their control. We need to keep the ball
After the Dance will be 'I i
game a Homecoming for a shade behind district front-runner fullback's
', night an 8 p.m. clash with a no slouch either. We're from them u much as we ;
held at the Lakeside Community Center.For full team that has not one, but two of the Jasper-Hamilton's 3-0 card.The Red not changing our basic defense, but can.away i'I'
Information on all Homecoming actlvites check: .. kind of speedburners that coaches Qevlls are 2-1 overall having been we will make a few adjustments... Defensively WUliston Is a split
page.' 4A'of the Union County TIMES. :. say "can break one anytime they "lammed by AM power Gainesville we'll Just alter some sets to handle team Valentino said. Defensive end d,
;. Santa Fe Is 2-2 on the year after being upset by have the ball." EasUide 504 In their opener. the outside veer they run." Donald Harris (no. eo, 170), tackle ;'
Bradford County 20-6 last week. They opened the Simmons racked up 212 yards and Steve Phillips(no.SI 179),and Bub-
campaign with a shellacking of Green Cove- Quarterback Keith Edwards (no. 5, rThey'ra gonna be awfully tough" two touchdowns on 24 carries as the ba Scott(no.SI, 15$) lead a small but .
I Clay, lust to state-ranked Gainesville Buchholz, 8-0 180), and running back Melvin KHHS Head Coach Pete Valentino Red Devils ripped out 283 yards on quick defense with Simmons doubling
t 2M, and edged Tallahassee Rickards 14-12 Simmons (no. 42, 8-0 180) are the predicted looking ahead to his first the ground against Union County at linebacker and Edwards play .
before falling last week. Red Devils with the flashy moves meeting< with a WUliston outfit. last week.They went to the air eight ,big safety.. '
I The Raiders are led by pound Dwayne and show 'em your heels accelera ; .:
I Dixon (no. 83) already almost a sure All State Uon.As seniors they're each starting .\

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week's 204 upset win over Santa Fe,
: k ? 1 'I ti' go from the frying pan into the fire
when they face another road test
at Frlday-this time against rough. and
ready St. Augustine. ,
The 2-1 Yellow Jackets are licking
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their wounds after last week's 13-12 / ,
overtime loss to 3-1 Class 4A Flet- g ,"
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campaign f.l last year winning the
: district title with a 14-7 win over v.
______ 'A' .. L_. BHS. They topped Gainesville ?r
Eastslde 14-7 (In the playoffs before
Located Just South Of Starke City Limits On U.S. 301 S. falling to state runnerup Palm Bayon
a 101 yard interception return. 4 "
This season's game Is meaninglessas -. or
far as playoff bids go, but the
Know!
okaeFred's rivalry still exists. n
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; "They expect this to be one of their
.1// .: Giving finest teams ever," Tornado Head _
Coach David Rune said of St. ,

Augustine, now the favorites In Tornado quarterback Bill Goodge was groggy but grlnnln as he was helped off ,
't" District 4-AAA. Hurse talks about the Held by Trainer Brady Grrathouse and Head Coach David Hume Friday ii
schools hitting up and down night. i
OLb.Of OrX200 Off "cycles" In terms of the number of The BUS Junior had just launched a TO strike to Kenny Clark before being j I
FREE quality athletes on campus. St. knocked silly by Raider tackle Scott Rosen boom. \
Augustine, he says, Is In the middleof
Rye Grass Per 00 Lb. one of their best cycles ever.
Quality athletes Include Anthony package. Good enough for Hurse to estimated Tornado Defensive Coor-
Smiley (no. 30, Sr. 185), a major- say"we don't have anybody that can dinator Mike Sexton." If we can do that'
college prospect at safety, Sammy block him one on one... he's a we'll be able to settle back and stop
With Each Purchase Of Vita Ferm Wilson (s.a. 145 Sr), a 9.4 sprinter horse." their power game.
who doesn't even start but is a threatto The Yellow Jackets have wins over "So far people haven't been able to
go end to end whenever he plays, Class Englewood, 18-0,and BakerCo. run up the middle effectively on our
Charles Mason (no. 32,190)) a bruising 384. inside people" Sexton said complimenting
Supplement During His tailback who had one of,his best "This is a different league now," the work of tackle Frank
games against BHS last year, and Hurse continued. Swindell, noseguard' Kevin Reddish,
Gary Holmes (no. 44. Jr. 140)), a "They're a stralght-I power football and Allen Scott and Jeff Lawson,
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( ..nr Tornadoes Topple Raiders 20-6 I


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a r Underdog Bradford High rode the the secondary really did the job yards but a dip nixed the play moving
crest of two goal tin*stands and the when they threw the ball." the ban back to the Raider 12.
I big-play passing of BiU Goodge to a Offensively Bradford moved the Healy went back to pass, turned
204 district win over Santa Fe last ball consistently for the second: I once, and was(gobbled up in the end-
) Friday on the Raiders home turf. straight week with tailback John zone by Scott, who had swept In un
r P AX'4 The total offensive yards,264 to 264, Bennett's netting 135 yards on 33 molested
and first down counts, 12 to 12, carries out of the 1-formatlon. But it Ed Hamilton pedaled the ensuing
reflected a dead even ballgame but was the element of surprise In BHS' kickoff 20 yards to set Bradford up
the with the big passing attack that layed the first and 10 at the Raider 45. Now the
I plays, both offensive and defen- Raiders to rest. Tornado sideline and out-of-town
lively, to stop two game slump and Goodge threw only three times, but followers were cheering loudly. Two
., level both team's won-lost marks at with Santa Fe all star safety plays later they were rewarded with
e ? 22. Santa Fe mistakes, in the main Dwayne Dixon coming up hard for the Goodge to Hildebran TD toss.
w ; 1 1 10 penalties for 112 yards, made the run fakes each time the Tornado Santa Fe moved the ball 57 yards on
t win much easier to come by than it recievers were In the clear. Net their following possession with
might have been. result: three completions, two Flagg cutting off left tackle for 26
v The Tornado stop crew came up touchdowns, 130 yards in the air. yards to start the march and a 15
/ i with its first goal line stand on a first "No you couldn't be much more effective yard defensive Interference penalty
and goal situation from the BUS than that," Hurse agreed keeping the drive alive. A 15 yard
ps three, bottling up four running playsto with a smile Monday. TD run by Flagg was called back for
protect an 8-0 lead late in the first holding but Healy hooked up with
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1 period. Then,with Santa Fe just outside MAOHMO .1- lANTAtlII Ricky Judkins for 23 yards as SF
pq'n the Tornado 10 with 4:40: to go In .....0..m moved to the Tornado three. Santa
1i--c the game and BUS on top 204. the O'N If.. t.-Itm Fe tried to the end zone on
-.I Tornadoes stopped three Santa Fe a.... c.-...... FA1 four straight fierce but the Tornado
4 passes to ice the win. m PIMM-AM.*-.f. I-"niStt .. goal line defense (Scott, Frank
r -gl'r "That goal line stand was the key to 441 I..M.. ItIllMAOfOTO Swindell, Ronald Mathews Jimmy
the whole game," bubbled a smiling 1.. /w.MwIM 1.. Wright Jay Griffis, anci Kenny
Tornado Head Coach David Hurse 1*'I1-M Thommassen accross the front;
after the win, singling out the first SANTA .. IS1 Kevin Reddish Hildebran, David
4 goal line effort.He was in the middleof 4suN..il.d. -,........, Sparks, Richard Smith, and Kenny
the Raider Field basking in the WNId.1..N. sit.. _f_, O..d1.(N./..II.44I.II ) Etheridge as backers) held firm.

i still bright field lights. "Man, those .4*I..it..MN IM(IrwH I..1.11.4)KI"I OtrMMMH <).(NM......) Wright and Smith came up fast to
kids came through tonight." 1*...._(wi".&l,(nm"11M) topple Flagg's fourth down sweep at
"Both efforts were outstanding," the haU-yard line.
Defensive Coordinator Mike Sexton Bradford took a 2-0 lead with 5:07: After the Goodge to Carroll pass
said of the stubborn stands Monday. left in the first period when two-way opened the second half and allowed
"We kept our regular defense (not tackle Allen Scott floored Raider BUS to up its advantage to 14-0 the
I Tornadoe's David Sparks no. nine, and Kenny while Danny Hildebran. 84, and Kevin Reddl.h move Into the goal line version) when they quarterback Stephen Healy in the home-standing Raiders tried to get
Elhrrldge.number%*1.andwich Santa Fe'Algonn Flagg the action. were at the.10 late in the game and endzone for a safety. After the back into the game in a hurry.Healy
Raiders kickoff from the 20 Goodgehit threw deep but his wobbly pass was
< the first of his big bombs. intercepted by Smith at the Tornado
Bennett first plunged into the line 37. After a punt SF moved to the
twice, giving him eight carries on' Bradford 39 but three more aerial at-
i >8WO the first eight Tornadoe offensive tempts were incomplete. For the
plays, to set Santa Fe up for the game Healy netted 113 yards but
i 0.327 % pass. On third and three from the 38 completed only nine of 24 attemptswith
Goodge faked to Bennett suckering two Interceptions.BUS' .
the hit-hungry Dixon up from his final score followed a bad San-
: deep safety post. That left tight end ta Fe punt snap that set the Tor-
Danny Hildebran wide open. He took nadoes up at their 43. After two runs
Goodge's toss In at the 13 and ran the by Bennett chewed up 12 yards
ball in to complete a 38 yard pass- Goodge fired to Clark for a 20-0 lead.
and-run play to up BUS lead to 8-0. Santa Fe finally got on the board,
On the first play of the second half moving 67 yards on six quick plays,
Goodge stunned Santa Fe again with capped by Healy's TD pass. Then,
the same play-action pass to a new with the score 20-6 BHS ran 5:34: off
thehighest tight end Eric Carroll. Again the the clock with a nine play set as Ben-
receiver was wide open on the fly, nett ran five times for 27 yards and
making the catch at the 35 and net- fullback Jordan added a nine yard
ting 47 yards before being pulled burst before the thrust was stalled.
down at the Raider 17. Bennett cutoff Santa Fe had one last shot to pull
tackle for eight yards, and a the game out, moving from their 35
penalty against the hosts gave BHS to a first and 10 at the Tornado 10
a first and goal at the four. Bennettran with 4:40: on the clock. At this point
to the one and then crashed in Healy was just taking a straight:
interest standing up behind the blocks of drop back and firing the ball. That
fullback Mike Jordan and the strong ceased to work near the goal line.
possible side front of Scott Jay Griffis, and Flagg ran the ball three yards to the
center Johnny Bell. The score came seven before Healy went back to the
with 10:15: left in the third period and air. Sparks batted down Healy's second -
though Goodge's pass for two failed, down throw. Reddish got a
the Tornadoes had a two touchdown, hand on a third and seven pass, and
144)) lead.Goodge. Healy's fourth down swing pass to
capped his big night with Flagg was overthrown with 4:18: left.
his best throw of the game.With 3:25: "I tell you when they had the ball
inthe to go in the third quarter and BUS at' with five minutes to go I was awfully
shortest the Raider 45 the junior signal-caller uneasy... even with a 204 lead/'
zeroed In on streaking wideoufc! Ken Hurse admitted after the game Friday
ny Clark for the TD that made it 20-d' night."They're just so explosive
Again,-BHS; faked the-'runt to+1frH>- they can score two touchdowns in'
Clark on his post pattern and four minutes with no trouble."
Goodge's long fling was right on the BHS used up all but the last 1:12: in
mark, catching Clark in stride. the game and Mike Teston stole a
The Raiders followed that score desperation bomb by Healy with 30
with a 67 yard drive to earn their only seconds left.
TD of the night; Healy threw to
wideout Tim Johnson who broke
possibletimef. a
BUS Coaches Praise ..
Troops.
tackle at the eight for the
touchdown. The Tornado defensive coaches had
"They were playing mantomanwith plenty to talk about after BHS stop-
10 people bunched up near the ped a two-game losing slide with the
line of scrimmage so we knew it (theo upset win over Santa Fe Friday.
purtunity to pass) was there," "Man it's good to be able to talk
Hurse said Monday. "Dixonwas about the defense again after having

r----------------________________ coming up every time so we gave two poor weeks in a row," said
BANK OR SAVINGS AND him the fake and sent one man deep. Defensive Coordinator Mike Sexton.
LOAN enclosed: is my check for $ We started the second half with the "The goal line stands were extremely -
pass because we felt we could open it good efforts but we played a good
CAN PAY A HIGHER INTEREST: : RATE: ON (a minimum of $10,000.00)) up some. He took the fake that time overall game too. They weren't able

Please issue a Community Bank Money Market Cer- even worse than the first time. to run inside against us and we feel
THIS MONEY: MARKET: "That third time Bill just about got like, our end play from Ronald
CERTIFICATE-: I ificato (dated upon receipt of this request) in my sacked, their backside defense end Mathews and Jimmy Wright has
name at the address requested below. had him but Goodge ducked under continued to improve each week. I
I the tackle and threw a perfect striketo think it'll be getting tougher for people
If you buy a Community Bank Six Month Money Kenny." to go wide on us.

Market Certificate on Thursday. October 4, through j Sign On Santa Fe's second possession "Danny Hildebran (linebacker)
I tailback Algonne Flagg, who totaled came up with an outstanding performance
Wednesday October 10, 1979 we will pay you 10.327 99 yards rushing despite seeing a (five tackles, four assists) to

percent annual rate of interest. Nam. +. couple of big gainers whistled backon go with his fine game against
,.., penalties, busted a sweep for: 17 Palatka. Danny's to a slow
It's a short time from October to April but there is a t \ ; start but now he's paying the kind of
I j ., / ball he's capable of."
lot
of interest between with Address
a Community Bank Money I' Sexton also praised the play of
Market 1 't.. 'iI .. FLORIDATHEATRE Mark '
Certificate. So savers with a minimum of : sophomores Crews ( a hard
1 1'A' worker who's improving time
j 10000.00 can earn higher interest on their money. j 1 City ....State" Zip Code he gets on the field,")every and Jeff

I Faster. And that money will only be obligated for 26 I j -. ''lI '1.' Lawson.
I Secondary Coach Mike Hartley said
weeks. So If you've got money that's not workingas I Home Phone :Buslness Phone_ FrI., Sat. & Sun his group had "it's best overall

! hard as it should send it to the Community Bank .1 I '.1! game of the season.'"in the Santa Fe
I : Charles Bronson In victory.
along with this coupon. Or bring it to the Community II j Social. Security Number, _. .J "We're still making mistakes \that
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Bank in person. I 'look like routine errors but I think
IPJfEisI that's still "
inexperience, Hartley
I I Community Bank ofters a variety of individual Savings said. "David Sparks (Defensive
Back of the Week) his best
If funds are withdrawn before Federal I Plans. played

maturity L_____________________-_________ game of the year the other night and
Capital Regulations require that the Interest rate be ." .. Richard Smith started at corner-
back and had his best
lowered to the then current regular savings rate and Community State Bank o' StarkeI" "Everybody back there game.had some

that 90 days interest at that rat. be forefeited. s.WAINUIT..STACKS.'LA.209t I breakdowns spots but overall they
\' PHONEo.c-7830( ) handled Santa Fe's passing well. .
'f. BANKING HOURS hww..... "We still need to come up and play
This Is an annual rate and Is subject to change at ":. lClJUIV Rlvl'.IN' MOM.I.e1eLMlMb, the St.wide runs better... with the people ,
Augustine's (9.4
got sprinter
renewal. Federal regulations prohibit the compounding .. MONDAY 't02 7/o 3:30 a:2. : Sammy Wilson in particular) we ;

I of Interest by any financial Institution during the TUESDAY 't02 7t03:30 know they'll go wide. and put
us.'rKRANews
I term of this deposit. 14 i ; ,WEDNESDAY 91012 7 to 3:30 301 DRIVE-IN pressure on
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to lANK PLUS KRA adult volleyball started last f
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I I Breaker Breaker Anyone interested in playing should ':
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The Keystone Rec. Association will '
.Sun. Mon.Summer hold a fall meeting at the Keystone
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1980 are to be discussed..
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and KRA director Wayne
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team succumbed. 30-8, to Mate- into the endzone. w
ranked Chiefland High School in MM IIIftToONI e s 6 t ( Chiefland picked up one first down $ I ry
final quarter at Keystone HelgM., CHWUWO f s I* MUnrtTOMI before Anderson fumbled and ,,4 I
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Friday night.Leading Keystone's aggressive linebacker rf
8-7 on the virtue of Steve MMANDt Kenny Jennings recovered on the i.
Corbett's fine 14-yard TD run and --I. n visitors 40.
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quarterback Grady Bostick's two .. y--I .. A 15 yard penalty assessed against
point conversion pass to Walt Boney LIYaM 14/1/1 FA-PCM. ./itMllMt. n Keystone on first down practically I
in the third quarter, the twice Indiana > .. I nullified an opportunity to mount a
saw the visitor score in S/8M Mm t/M. scoring drive.Two running plays anda
the final 12 minutes to overcome the M P...,$.. M short screen amounted to nine yards

underdog Keystone eleven. far abort of the 25 needed for a first
"Naturally" I was disappointed in Defensively. Valentino Mid Walt down. Cravey booted his 47 yarder
the low, lamented Keystone coach Boney, Kenny Jennings and defensive the Chiefland one and the first i
Pete Valentino, "but we hung In there ends Mike Graziano and Sam Sibleydid quarter came to a close. ,
real well for three quarters against a good Job.Cravey was mentioned Chiefland maintained possessionfor I
the loth ranked team in the state." by Valentino for his good kicking per- the next six minutes by driving II

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WUUiUm's Melvin Simmons, number 42 to the right The Red Devil senior plied op 214 yards rushing In the
b"f breaks through a Raping hole In the Tiger secondary 27-0 WUItoton win.
something be was able to do often last week. I.
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Simmons, 'Devils Sprint Past TigersRed I


Devil Melvin Simmons totaled
212 yards on the ground,Including two first scoring drive of
WUUfTON UNION quarterback
,; *. touchdown runs to add to Union Coun- II tmtOmmm tM Runs by Simmons and L'
ty's frustrations last Friday night as y-- IMri Keith Edwards moved the ball down rJ"
WUliston( i.,*>ratt M54I to the four yard line of the Tigers.
rolled 27-0 over the hosts .
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Simmons slid around right end for the
Tigers.
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416 P.n..A
M -y- 4ttWnUMTOM II six pointer. An extra point kick at.
Union High Varsity gridders have 46,. ,...w..'-- 14 tempt was no good and the Devils ,
yet to win this season with a 0-4 win- were In front 6-0 with 2:19: minutes left
loss record while the Red Devils ...!>-If
up- UNION 6.. In the first half. I
III II
ped their record to 21. On the last play before intermission
bad four turnovers Fri Crosby threw an Interception on a
4Keystone's day nigh, two lost fumbles and two The Tigers moved the ball out to the flea-flicker double pass play
pass interceptions.which played back 40 yard line on runs by Ed Varnes and Devil Tommy Clark recovered! a
I part in holding Union County Bobby Clayton. But,the Tigers ran into Tiger fumble at Uw Union 26 yard line
I Steve Corbett at left, follows his blockers against Chiefland last week. from crossing the goal line for a a fourth down situation and had to .early in the third period but the

score. punt from the 42 yard line. On the Tigers stopped WUliston at the seven
"We had the .lead," he continued,* formance. One of his punts carried 47 from its one to Its 45. Jackson carriedthe punt reception! Williston fumbled and yard line.
"and in the fourth quarter they wore yards to the Chiefland one yard line ball six times but was cut down on Simmons scored the first Lake Butler got the ball in Devil territory On the first play after the goal line
us down and broke a couple of plays." where teammate Daniel Hughes a jarring tackle by Kenny Jennings on touchdown of the game in the second at the 28 yard line with a first stand Union fumbled and WiUistonhad
Valentino was malnl1.referring to downed the ball. third down and five at the 43 for no quarter, then hit paydlrt again in the down. the ball at the six yard line with a
what he as' the key play of Running back Schraeder Jackson gain. third period as the Red Devils slowly Three Varnes runs and an 18 yard first down.
the game." With Keystone ahead S-7' carried the offensive load for Keystone began its first sustained took control of the game. With the pass completion put the Tigers down Simmons hit for two yards on the
with seconds left in the third quarter Chiefland and was clearly a one man drive of the night after taking over at momentum on their sides the Devils on the two yard line with third down.A first play then went around right end
Chiefland faced a third and 14 at its show, overshadowing the highly its 20 when Chiefland's fourth down dominated( the rest of the game and five yard iUegal procedure call for the three yard touchdown
own 45. However, -went on to a 27-0 shutout over the ball Then the Devils made the two point
Anderson. the
quarterback Lacy publicized He picked up 135 punt went into the endzone. Bostick against the Tigers pushed
Anderson dodged would-be tacklers yards on 21 carries and had a 64 yard completed four passes on the drive Tigers. back to the seven yard line and two Incomplete conversion and took a 14-0 lead with
after dropping back to pass and punt return called back because of that was finally halted at the the Devils drew first .blood with passes ended the Union .5:30: left in the third period. '"* 1
sprinted to the Keystone 30 for a first clipping. He scored' Chiefland's first Chiefland seven with only 1:14 re- 2:19: left in the second quarter on a County threat. Williston made the next score on a
down. Four plays later Anderson and last TD's on runs of one and two maining In the half. Jennings caughttwo four yard sprint around right end by After the teams exchanged punts 16 yard pass from Edwards to Vause
sneaked in the final yard for the winning yards. for 12 yards Jeff Stone caught Simmons. Simmons hit around right Williston put a scare into the home- after a drive that started at the Tiger
touchdown with 10:33 remaining Keystone received the opening another for seven yards and Sam end for three yards and the second side as Simmons got the ball on a backbone line Simmons was the
in the game.Although kickoff and was forced to punt after Sibley leaped into the air amidst three Devil score of the game with 5:30: left quick pitch and ran through the right of the drive with runs of 23
Keystone's record dropped three plays totaling only four yards. defenders for a 22 yard gain. in the third period. side of the line for a 57 yard run.moving < and nine yards. The extra point kick
to 1-3 while the state ranked The visitors took over on their own 36 Bostick's third down pass at the seven Williston scored the two point con- the ball to the 34 yard line of the was no good, leaving the Devils in
Chiefland team upped its season and promptly marched 64 yards on waa intercepted to end the drive. version with a surprise play that Tigers. Bobby Crosby was the only front 20-0 with 9:46: minutes left in the
mark to 3-1, Valentino said "We eight plays to take the lead. Chiefland opened the second half caught the Tigers off guard. The Tiger left to save that run from beinga game. '
played a fairly good game-after looking Quarterback Lacy Anderson opened with a drive of its own but was halted Devils lined up for the extra point touchdown.A The Tigers got the ball at the 30
at the game films. Offensively we the Chiefland offense with two consecutive when Jim Gruenwald tackled running with just two men lined up In front of Kenneth Clyat interception for yard line after the kick but had to
moved the ball but had a couple of pass completions but It was back Theo Graham for a loss on the defense,' the center and the Lake Butler stop the Williston punt three plays later on fourth down.
busted plays and our quarterback got the fleet footed 165-pound Jackson fourth down at the Keystone 34. quarterback set up in shotgun posi- drive at the 14 Williston got the ball at the 40 yard
.acked." that sprinted 31 yards to the Keystone Keystone returned the ball four tion. The rest of the team lined up in a UCHS moved the ball again as line and on first down Jackie Roberts
Valentino said the visitors ran twice 10 that set up the score. Anderson plays later (Cravey punted), but row near the sideline with one man Varnes hit on the first play for 16 broke loose for 20 yards to push the
the number of plays than his team dove in from the one and Rob Alex Keystone regained* control when behind them. The quarterback got yards up the middle and then scootedfor ball into Tiger territory at the 40 yard \
and "we gave up the ball too easily" ander booted the PAT to make It 7-0 Bostick intercepted Anderson's pass the snap and quickly threw to the one 10 more yards right up the middlefor line and to start the last scoring drive I
The offensive spark for Keystonewas with 7:39: left In the initial quarter. at the Chiefland 42 and carried six man set up behind the line who ran a first down at the wm ton 40 of the game.
primarily led by Corbett. His 14 first down yard line. On a second down play Harris added the finishing touches
Keystone picked up a on yards closer to dirt. :Tight In to the endzone for the two
.
yard TD in the third quarter was impressive its next possession as a result-of 'aChiefland pay. points. '.., .. .. Tiger quarterback David Barber was 'h t with a 17 yard sprint up the middle for, *. '
'
as he dragged defensive offsides penalty but a drive, ,, KUlIS Sc..e .! ::' he.kldrdWBqstM :... under pressure in the bacKfisrtd and{. the fast touc1ldow 'Of th.'game. The t ,
back Into the endzone. "Steve dida didn't materlailZe.'Cravey punted oh t.; ...... .. JHP"* am early in the fourth' Jourk4iwat" threw an interception to.Mm..ill .....MMkick.Mts.tff'Md. and :4"j| ""\
The Devils got the ball at the 25 scoring ended at 27-0 with < ,
On first down at the 38, Bostick 16 yard pass from quarterback Keith 1
yard line with a first down to start the minutes left in the game. :
found Jennings on a 22 yard pass play.A Edwards to Robbie Vause. The extra
pitch to Cravey didn't gain anything( point kick attempt was blocked by f
but Corbett made his fine run on the Tigers Ricky Carlton and Jimmy Nor .
next play for the score. Boney pulledin man. This put the score at :20-0 with Tight 8-6 Loss Drops Union JV to 0-4 f (
the PAT from Bostick and .:48 minutes left in the game.
Keystone led 8-7 with 3:25: to play in, Devil Donald Ray Harris completedthe
THOMAS METALS INC. the third quarter. scoring for the evening with a 17 Things are getting better and better Tony Honour who collected seven; j i
yard run on a draw play to the right for the Union County JV Tigers. primary tackles and one assist. '
Culvert Thank You side. The extra point kick was good Last week the Baby Tigers dropped apiece, kept Union In the ballgame
Metal For And
Pipes Driveways and Williston finished the 27-0
Drainage scoring
Thanks to everyone for your visits to 0-4 but for the first time this last week against Hawthorne. Lonny
(especially LATE NIGHT over the Tigers. season were in the thick of the game Griffin added six tackles and an
Simmons the ball
windowCRAWLERS) ), telephonecalls was leading car- all the way, finally bowing to assist with both Brown and Griffin
(
Specializing In Mitered End Sections And Elbows rier of the game with a total of 212 at
Hawthorne 84 Thursday .night registering one quarterback sack.
gifts and concerning thoughts yards in 24 runs to average of about
t while I was in the hospital.My nine Jackie Roberts home. '* i
yards per carry. The Union Jayvees are off this "We contained 'em pretty well, .
Buy Direct From Manufacturer: And Save family and I deeply appreciate had 49 yards on seven attempts for week with their next game a home said UCHS JV Coach Jerry Lawson
it the Devils. Ed Varnes was the leading Interlachen. The ""Our defense has been doing the Job
Thanks also to the Varsity Indian rusher for Lake Butler with 89 contest against t!
football team for dedicating the Sept. yardsin Baby Rams figure to be a tough test The offense Is Improving but we still i
17 carries. hope to put more points on the
Free Delivery the squad to beat
as they are only
to
P.K.
14 against Yonge me
game within of
Union got the 10 yard 2-0 Scoreboard. We're trying to get a lit
this and were
and for the win. I am proudto Keystone year
especially Williston on the first drive of the tle more versatile in our offense to .
before last week's
be a part of It.BlUy. game after receiving the opening play. loosen the defenses bit. We used I
Lake Butler Fla. 496-2013 A defense led by Mike Brown and up a .
CourseyOFF kick. Wally Dilas (a 6-2 sophomore) at
quarterback last week to help add !

PAUL < Dilas scored the Baby Tiger
touchdown last week, bulling in from
fi5 fi5 5O' .RDJOaAWL four yards out to climax a Union-
d$ $ "" drive. A safety was the difference In
d d the game, adding two points to
04'Tt' O POST OFFICE BOX 892 Hawthorne's only TD for the 84
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS. PL. 32096 Baby Hornet edge.
904-473-3021 "We worked on offense pretty hardin
practice today (Monday) and
LAND CLEARING DEMOLITION PILL DIRT we're looking better," Lawson
ROAD WORK .. t ROCK CLAYBUILDERS estimated. "Alfie Edwards and
H;. Organs BEACH WORK PEAT SAND Woody Edwards looked good to
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SAVE Wiry Keystone's Baby indiana shellacked -
ANOTHER WIN N.DIXIEH: the Florida School forth*Deaf JV
j 52-0 in St.Augustine last week to run
their JV record to 9-1 on the season
t The KHHS "B" squad Is off this
r ILtEEF week, hosting Gainesville P.K.
;! Yonge Thursday, Oct. 11, in 1U next
"o outing
STAMP' In last week's win Paul Steinmetz
scored on four quarterback sneaks,
Jim White ran 10 times for 79 yards
'J _t'' and two score,and the Baby Indian
defense completely bottled up the
hosts.The KIlHS effort was given an
assist by the hosts, who coughed up
five fumbles and bobbled a punt
BONANZA snap over to the Baby Indians.
pEOp' Steinmetz capped a 30 yard drive
with a one yard sneak to give KHIISan
early lead.White reversed for the
two point conversion to make 80.
Later In the first period White went
COUPONS GOODTt.UfWH
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CLIP THESE COUPONS FOR UP TO >., Steinmetx throwing to Jeff Stallingsfor
the two-point conversion and a '
\ OCTOBER 4-10 19-0 edge. Alter KHHS( recovered a
bad D&B punt snap Steinmetz uppedthe
margin with a third down plunge
that made It 22-0 at halftime.
The Baby Indians took the second
half kickoff and drove 47 yards with
\ % EXTRA VTop Steinmetz scoring his third TO and .6
2,350 White powering )in for the two-point
conversion. That upped the lead to
300. The defense added a score
when eighth grader David Walker
fell on a Dragon fumble In the end-
zone for a 36-0 lead. The score 1#
ballooned to 44-0 when White ran off
two consecutive 20 yard gains from
the D&B 40. Tony Stewart's added
VALUE STAMPS the two point run. Finally,Steinmetz
fourth score and Ronald Harper's
two-point run capped the scoring.
Stewart ended with 48 yards
rushing on six: carries In his first
start and Harper added 30 markers
on five tries.Steinmetz,filling) in for
..aargrrarrrraa.rrrOrrOaerrrrrraarear2t.OraaEtlarr.rarararra lrrrgrararrrrararrte Injured starter Rob Durocher was
good for Zl yards rushing and 29
a passing, completing three of four

a 100 &'Ira a II 100 Extra a. aerials."We were back to our old form...we

I = TOP W16 UE 8UMP8 = TOP VALUE STAMPS = didn't have any turnovers and Just
500 Extra
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.. 100 &'Ira 100 Extra They never did move the ball on us."
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% .,IIIIIIATUIES CaN UNERS Richard O'Donoghue coming up
ONLY'AT WINN-DIXIE a. q COIJI'ONOO D" 10 a with four stops and a recovery, and
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= IIOLutuarje

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II Extra I 1 ,& = 100 'Extra. .. 1OO Extra i aJ

811 TOP VALUE STAMPS 1j O a.oIoIO 1 r-RVNL/A8'BrAMPB!' .. I owauxrrAaePE",, II 'TOP VMLUC STAMPS II .:=. 64,
.. ... I "" 3
I nor wanlre r rMDUr r lit roll ore ra4orr ta+rnr Ptaa4r a q
tau 10\0 KIN-L-llAfIOH,, :w. H4NOI rMtwND ws 011 MOIII u4aA OIOKser II _. "0. WoO tIAND .1
<:1 Mil'011 1M. a UiOA_raID 1-'uaa o e WHOlI HOO MlAllra/
III TENDER CHOEXa GROUND BEEF RII ROar:" LINK SaUSAO Mrs.Mary Virginia Jones Freeman 'r,
= o i COl 10 0 = U

II a Mrs. Mary Freeman, age 01 ofi.
a a.Irro .
Raiford died Saturday September 29,
.r.otoarrooarroaoaorror.arraaerororaroroarraoroooaatt .......a.:1 in Union illness.General Hospital after an' extended .<\,

,e = Born in Georgia.Mrs.Freeman! lived .'

1OO Extra : 100 Extra .. 100 Extra' A 1011 Extra p Counties.most of her She life was In Baker a member and Union of .r>

.11 TOP VALUE STAMPS a TOP VALUE STAMPS D. TOP VALUE STAMPS a TOP VALUE STAMPS Fellowship Baptist Church. .
II "'fII rraM r a .r ore P.uw r Iera. 'I two ear rsaarll r 1WI' r.a ea_.. Survivors include: three daughters, i
III ... uw' a 22_. "0. a twr OAUQN s-u "0. !Mrs. Maybelle Dobbs of Raiford,Mrs. ti
.fOIl <:1 Moa1oN MOAN III C ftIOPCANA p.t SIt a WPIUMAND arc \ Thomas of Lake and Mrs.
lzy City 4
ORANGE JUICE = Chicken rusts ORAIII JUICE a t@l! UQHT SPREAD =
't:. 8 S Willeane) Green of Jacksonville one :'tMm I
-
I 9 r 0000 ocr I t uroN aouo ocr 10 COUPON OOOO OCT 4 10 q
a Ernest Freeman of Jacksonville; A
a a arrrrraaooorrorrrrr one brother, Gordon Jones of Sander:
son, 30 grandchildren,59 grand,
rrarorroaroarrro.o roraa.rar.._....... ..............aarta5E children and five great,great great grand i

a I children. T
Funeral services were held Monday )
II o a October I, at the First Baptist
r i 50 Extra 50 Extra p 50 Extra Church in Lake Butler with Rev.John o

= TOP VALUE STAMPS = TOP VALUE STAMPS = TOP VALUE/ STAMPS TOP VALUE STAMPS = Davis and Rev. Donald Freeman ofI
Irlll M IaIOYr r \' Perm r rr Rea rsrows r a wnt r r delating. Burial followed in Sapp.
a
II't.. .
ar. m. <:1 rMOOOao N ...... ua a C cucx+ 'GOOD ,:emetet')" in Raiford under the direction :
C.. WlSI Ch0001 1iI =,' COFFEEMATE a. 8 couroALaTIII E_ of Archer Funeral Home in Lake
fE810o
Butler. .
.
a couPON OOOD ocr.'. to C oo .! COUPON OOOO OCT 4 10 OCT roa .

a a = = a
Tm =r ..
&:................. .. ............rrr............. ..... # ..................I n
Mrs.Maude Elsie Clark
(I a .. .

Mrs.; Maude E. Clark, 74, of .I'

= 50 Esfta' 50 Extra = 50 Extra 50 ]Extra aTOP Jacksonville Beach died Wednesday, I
Sept. 28, In the Beaches Hospital in
v.LUe: D. TOP VALUE STAMPS = TOP VALUE STAMPS
TOP
STAMPS 1"Lue STAMPS ; Jacksonville after an extended Illness. '1
tatr lrweaorr r floero.._. .wi r eaa act....u r rna 111I 1 P+rolsu r .
II <:J era IPWAY a <:1 ''WILOt sun a .C MOU e w a nMlw IAUCI aa Born In Bradford County. Mrs.
DISINFECTANT a 'S JELLY or JAM Spaghetti l SauoaCOUVOM 8 WORCltESTERSHIR. aN Clark lived her early life In the Lake
canon OOOD OCT. 4 I. COUPON OOOO OCT 4 -10 .. OOOO OCT 4. 1. I aa Butler community. She was /jthe
r daughter of the late John and Alice I
I ... Blair And the widow of Charles S. 1'1
.oawaarrr ..rrgrrotarrorooorES ..........orrarrrroarrraaarnN5DItMa aoreooart arMeoesea. Clark Mrs. Clark was a resident of -
.r- St. Petersburg for many years before ')
moving to Jacksonville Beach one 1
= = year ago. She was a member of the aNon
l i 50! Extra 5O Extra Demoninational Church in St. M

= toP..wE STAMPS. I TOP VALUE STAMPS a /I Petersburg. i
erae::.-. ,air 111 rtPrur.. !rlr arm: r a Survivors include: one sister, Mrs., .4.t
Alma Dowling of Jacksonville and
II <:1 "fM IIlI I_ =WII e IIOHf ,,-,CANt, e a.os.. .. host of nieces and nephews. -a It

S DIAL lOA' CHEIDftIIlKS 'S JELLOCOI Funeral services were held Friday, a
a I .
,
oo ocr. 4. I. N COIJPON oo OCT. 1e ON OOOO OCT 4.
Sept. 28 at the graveside in Royal V
aarrrrrr9Datoarooa Palm Cemetery in St. Petersburg S
with the Rev. Charles H. Piper of
& .rrrgarao.os Eearrror.I eoaoresraotl4t.oeooare.rs ra ficiating. Burial followed under the idirection
.. .. -= of Archer Funeral Home of r
Lake Butler. !
.
AIZ 50 &'Ira' : 50.Extra : c f 7

TOP VALUE! STAMPS = TOP WU-UE STAMPS a
-- --..... a
err mo. USOA ewer'*'..SHCOUNTTT a _r i II ++M Miss Ida Jane Menrltt
CVt-tn MM' HAOY 1I.:r are sear a Op

= corsetTEO3 ml"81'.10,' : 1't
4 1' = COUrf l .\ '"I Miss Ida Jane Merritt, age 90; of n
.
o'a Starke died Saturday. September 29, '
.. _ !' :AIL Jrt""Gainesville Convalesent Center .
... laoo.LOtss4faaarrtlEaas IIeelISa..stvf m orsrzezaeao(. after an extended illness. Bona In i
Georgia. Miss Merritt lived in theBradford .
: 8 for and '
area 80 years war
the county nurse for Union County for
t many years. She was a member. of
7 ::14 Pine Level Babtist Church.
Survivors include one brother:Ira
L. Merritt of Palatka and a host of !
neices and nephews. !
Funeral services were held Tuesday
October 2, in Archer Funeral
Home Chapel; with Rev,,Alton Dobbs
and Rev. Seaman Ward officiating.
Burial followed In Dekle Cemetery
under the direction of Archer Funeral
Home of Lake Butler.f .

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Uo.tVolleyball'i'rlple-lIeaderTolIlsbt .0"\ V "i. .i .',l."I'fr ., ,',:III.'t.,.'J1> ,. ." :,, ''" ,." .


I Lady Tornadoes Net 3rd Win in Kw't' \\ I "J ,}

'
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,,
: r'I With sophomore Lorraine Ban four pobUs fIlIMIIe08nd .....w& .1

leading a comeback bid by oryir.fi BHS djptog 1 l&lerigtt BItS then'won

for 14 consecutive points BIB!jUd the serve and with Bftssoverhaodi <<

:,1 Tornadoes extended their voUeybaU I three outright service winners ana

win streak to three with a 717,15.4. Terri Thomas and Janice Berry

15-10 win over Gainesville Buchholi beating the visitors at the net BHS

Monday night at the BHS gym alive with a KM second game
t The win coupled with a is-u IIISroad stay

11y 1 f ', .r. victory over previously In the decider BUS refused to allow .I
Y unbeaten Gainesville High last the Lady Bobcata a point In the early

Thursday, gave Bradford a 34 going, building up a H lead on a
s record after an 0-2 atart.Thursday spike by Bass and a 9-2 advantage on
,
Tonight Oct. tlew1nladyat a service winner by Hope Jackson.
..rN Tornadoes look to extend Buchholz refused to fold scoring

ing by two as they host a volleyballtripleheader five straight points. to make It 9-7.

at BUS. Palatka and The 'Cats then closed

GliS meet at 6:30: in the Tornado to within 10-11 but with the chlpi

N I gym with Bradford tangling with down BHS won back the serve and 'mT

Palatka.then CHS in games two and closed out the match on four straight r

I three. BITS hosts Live Oak at 7 p.m. serves by Berry. Jackson won one

Tuesday Oct. 9, for a single match. / 'leoJ

Bradford MS-IS Bradford ISIS i ;
Gainesville High 11-U
l Buchholi IS41*
.
a a Lorraine Bass' serving streak was The Lady Hurricanes were a

+ the key as BIOS streaked from down perfect 5-0 coming into the match

-- 1-4 to a IS-4 second game win and on but saw that mark blemished by /
night. Bradford Gainesville last Thurs I.4.
to victory Tuesday
-
: zZ4 The surge continued In the decisive day.
BHS came out on top 15-13 in the
,' <: third tilt as the Lady Tornadoes built 1
the opener and then fought back from a d+ .
a saw
up 11-10. but regained gap their com 7-13 deficit In the finale for the win. ,0 i\k '

,..'. I 4'i:,'ti"' ..... ', posure to close out the match with a They ran off the last eight points In 0 :
'
with Janice
'. ;I ,." 'Ip ) .. .l':(' 15-10 win.Before the aeconcIame Berry
:'t",&',''-. t" ;.' .'" ;')t<..ii Bass's run of serves BHS serving the last six in a row to closeout
.
I.. q.l.: .,\-\Iit ,". ....:_... ., ." .ool..... ,.,. ... .:, was In serious trouble against a the victory."It .

\,,a .,...,.,., ."1 ... ....': .....'.,I.."o.' '" M'._. ." o! Lady Bobcat squad that entered the was a team win." Mrs. Harvey

Vonda Brown sets for the Lady Tornadoes winner of three contest with a 4-1 record,Including said of the win including Berry
straight volleyball win BHS in Tail Thomas, Lorraine Bass Lisa *U. " over
three-game
matches .
entering tonight's "Irlplrheader"

I Waiting for Brown's play are from left to right lea mates Hope Jackson Terri Gainesville. Buchholi ran off six Alvarez Jackson and Tracy Vonda Hankerson Brown in Hope her Punt Pass and Kick winners at the local competition In Starke last weekend .
,
Thomas, and Janice Berry. straight points to close out a 15-7 were front from left to right. Hal Wood (10). Tim Lewis (8). Dewey Williams; *

first game win and added the first praise back row. I. to r., Jimmy Schoening (13), and Donald Thornton ((12),

"" .. Not pictured Is 11 year old champ Tim McLeod of Williston. ;





YOU MAY HAVE MISSED THESE 'Wood, Williams Repeat iT





GREAT OPPORTUNITIES IN LAST Punt, Pass & Kick Wins




10 year olds Hal Wood and David The top three finishers In aQ divi-

SUNDAY'S GAINESVILLE SUN Hamilton finished one-two in their sions won trophies.

age division for the third con- 13 year old Richie Fender Starke

secutive year and six winners won was upset by Schoening in the oldest :;

trips to the next level of Punt, Pass age group with Schoening winning .-

CLASSIFIED SECTION. and Kick competition to highlight 264.5 points trt 244 for Fender. .
Fender had won the
the Local PP&K contest sponsored
by Terwillegar Ford in Starke Saturday Local Zone.District, and Area com
Sept. 29. petition in the 12 year old group to
advance all the to the Division
t' Jimmy Schoenlng.. 13 years old of way '
Finals (national'semifinals)
Starke Donald Thornton, 12 of con-
Starke Todd McLeod 11 of tested at a Houston Oiler profes-
of sional game. A shanked punt for on
Williston Wood 10 Starke Dewey
Williams 9 of Starke and Tim ly 47 points Cut him 35.5 points

Lewis. 8 of Starke, were the age behind Schoen whose 82.5 point
Shop The Sun's Classified section group winners Saturday. They boot was the best of the day.

qualified to move on to the Zone Tim Lewis won 122 to 109.5 over ._.

competition which will be held at the Mark Rhoden for the eight year old

Lakeshore Athletic complex in, title and Donald Thornton's\ 240 total

every day for great shopping values. I Ii .Jacksonville at 10 a.m.Saturday Winners Oct.there 6,go starting on- won Shawn the Brown 12 year(205 old.5). division over MIn "i E

to the District competition which the 11 year old group Todd
i McLeod won with a 165 score while :
''\ will be held Saturday Oct.'13, pro- '

.J 'I..I\,. ,,' . IDA 't.M 1 A bably In Jacksonville according. toStarke ,,:. '>John Hamilton Starke. and David -

.. -"'" .. .. -... 1 'Rec. Director,Cheryl God Hamilton tied for second at. 1495
win.The Rec. Dept.,with volunteers before John topped David 185 to 144.5 :

Crews Jerry McGriff and in a tiebreaker. i iNd

) .. Rand and Chub Johnson, coor- .Ward N..t.N-ICI
...,
WATCI ajajtounSBS ENOInmH
PAM x." TECHNOLOGIST
O".N'HO.
wuaiitioe
ll-professlonal position In undworNj.ta or ModYOaI. Pealtlon. available for o Poolsterod dinated Saturday's local contest. Dadd/NR.15. .......'-1..
surface water ......._ with ., 'n Animal Science or )CTeell..G.I.t In
reoolatorv functions. Prefer _. Dewey Williams was a repeat winner CdNd/Mb5 ...m.Ml.s-t**SIIYeatOMs
Aor Live en full or part cardiovascular lab xparlonce 's-.1
deeree In c.,,,., or environmentalerfolneerlno time work. Must rtave werklneknowlodoe In cat?, lab profoi..... ..ca ..'.'ed experience benefit
practical packaee and
ef competitivealarv
catsle.
daftlrahle. ".n'... salary .IS.00 .- ..... ability to work wIn machinery. POT Information. confect Keystone's David Home (139.5) in T.W.p..d *.....-.,.-.1M .

Resource. Send Manaoamsnt resume to 0._..,..of..- cludlne .I, If Sand AS faculty full resume.' rafarenceRfCEPTBNGISECWTARY In. University..*f W Hoepiial am .... Jacksonville.euot ef Jacksonville the nine year old group. He was the ......- .*.M*.S-M....!..S
nee .,,... water M.n.e.m ntOlllrlcl. to 0-1. M-1773 rim Oraww .... FL 37215. (_,_:an._'.2:121: '78 eight year old champ. (1.--..'....'_.,..
P.O. Drawer K. Whit. ,., _
0' L. Opportunity
1 321M. Binployer
.....no., Fl, 33oN.. Call fO4M7llllor : Wood and Hamilton of Brooker Dodd. N.aNa. 1.1 ....-ol.1.I40.5N.kw.bw
OM3.2.11101.WELDCR
WANTED. FASHION MANAGERMtremelv < continued to follow their pattern of ( )....-...S-M SOMs J
Naxtod for madlcal _'ce. CKDarlonc snare) parson able
161..All1R Only, ..__. ...ns.d._..v. .nc....rv.Call 33f wine l-a yr*lunlor tendon/retail the last two years with their one-two n.Yaw
t00rlsntad loo C.I. 12W t Main St 1.m. \ < fl-I3 .
experience This confidential
hald.v.. vacation a IncwdPv.a.. Tt._.W..*. *Tnor only REOPIlONISTSECRLTARrNice oaemne starts at approx.discount .51430 finish In the 10 year old division. Hal OanddTw.lm **..inr(47S71*--

/National. For IniarvTaw chain. call
AAMCO Apoly, In Main sr"-w Call wvndol.skills for 17>nice 4 .l.boas Snalllne snno a. char** .varonteed *0 (based on the distance and accuracy .........Yq '...'... 'i i'nOWe
barry Md or lao NOpnonacalitplaa Snalllne _... days and kick
service of one
377.0413 cheroe T one punt one pass i

** toad so days_ off a tee) while Hamilton scored 169 awsy........... II.Ml.(.".S.-1M. I i
points to edge past Robert Starling .l
lkkat..dw 47..".--... i i124.
of Lawtey who netted 168.5 points. Way C.ab ....-'"..'- .



7t PINTO WAGON air' ._... '7'11 Mil IICUIIV MONARCH
'c. rod'O.: Onwor br..... a. a'.m.Ino ,. 1975 PINTO WAGON dens ower *taerlne .. _MS Ir 1 1:1:
3300: mll... but only 4OOK on In KCOIIant condition, lint Oval Vinyl not. hmury N1.a cover. K.ystanmflr.aRds o
rebuilt v-4 onelno .. 40 OOP ni. 51130. 27..S151.313.43N AM/ _low mlleaoe, SJSVAH
S.crlnc.$2190. ".*'>:r'r.: MS1VU' LlncemMarcurvtJOJNMaln '
Ti MAZDA. nxl, economical 1stor *t. J7T-4M1 '
71 PINTO and CASH FOR OOLDi FOR SAltl Dill SPRINOSl FOR SAIL Walker I
Air.. t>74O ....car nor snare battery fl1rYIiONDRstR "our Sterling. hound. I
,_HAHrHeOAUTOANMBX N. MalnSt. 3..ft23 bra Tarry? 17J-STM(tin or or 312MIIAC.OIIS. bnt-_offer.'. Call I WIN liver. Perfect half-vinyl condition top 41.OOOactual rodlY.rar. Jewelry, diamond, coin, ,Two BR 2 both, carport. born July 1. Good i t

.,. PINTO. II AM ...11... .|r.powar ;- ... _SilL. .- ml. sJaoo t-XHT after S dental gold. Will visit your Only 1990 down. Phone lob lock/Trl-color. $35. Call '
.>oo and ...um. ..*. Ian .CnnWtbn, now,...radIa... .., anelna. hem anywhere. M,. Rltt- Harrl. 964-5333 or 473.3455. 9/20 tfnchg. I
mont of "ioo. Call trr 144* .ft_ must aall ...,.?.,,,. 'Tf PIAT' X-'.. 4 '". AM-.
CLASSIC 1(5 CADILLAC 4 S p m. aMcaot__. *.<50 or nest oHmr 377 747. PM _c._. 54100 or beat man. 475-1089.2/1 tfnchg.mil 473-3133. 10/4 3tchg I'
door mack loo* restoration ,.., IIEaeL it.tlon Waoon" <*)>4 ME"CIIDES. :HA S. ,".. .. ffer.3nOfi0:;; .:..'" condition.wltti 10/18. EMPLOYMENT LPN need-
im Sunroof now II.... Air. A1OAOdO. /M tar .
v minor body .
work cnoln GOnd Miaoo MOO 327-.1I.. Call ed. Hour 9 5
ntorlor and all anuiWm.nt.ac.2 Mand.v-Prldav..Aw a. Anytime: .d'G. Mint' _mOIl. .,..._. KAllMANN OH'''' lo good homo. Mal., NEW MOBIII HOMO R.V. a m p.m.
Ian. Ineludat trallar towlne, -_. Call 377434.700L0f c.nVwtibM.Cony Mack live day a week. Call )
i
.... blond. cocker tpanlot. PARTS STORI. alto
oulpmont tjoo CaU3e 3$ 'n BIND. CUTL"'U SU".AIIMII! oaallam Condltlwk S$00oo
Only 47 9OO mllav and 473- 7'2.' 2tchg
927.104F0a :
1 ownarl cauotlo >troplu SIZtS Cal 31'0301.aV : Gr.ot with hid*. Call Whirlpool. GE, RCA part, ;
:
AirTSVWRABSff aftar t c_* .olhar._. Mu.a '::.*..."In.. 51400.oieallantmable 313a00J 1 SN MAMfHUOAUTOANNRK. Main *!._ira-f* 473-2803 after S p.mllehg WHEELERS betweenKeyitoneMalroie. SAlEt living Room Furniture ... ,
a". ,. _.. 10/4 : 3 piece. .ectlona i i

HOUSI FOR RUNT In 475-2401. tin dlq 1/19. solo 2 choir, on* mat-I

Kayilona Heights on Spring FOR SAlft 3BR. 3 both new chin ottoman, on. '

toko. Furnished 2 .... horn, with fireplace.' Deer recllner 473-4662. Itchg ::I

EVWSTON) HOUSErooms Narrnam BWHB In Mrtndaor.. | ACne Ooao nw L.war... Oct May. $200 a monthor Spring Rood. $1100 down 10/4 \

kltctien appliances. on* S004M ton*,electric. M aS, one yar'( ..... $225. payment under SOWING MACHINI
heal > air. Oo ni-4 r>M dolly. tor'mobiiaiMmo. *taae. :m-rm.
1-439.9704. 1IP ." ''11'- partially Rfrnc required. 1 S250/month. Phon Bob "SINCIR PUTUNA"Ons

*icc' Nursiitar .. ._. .. w.w4.d. ,eft. SR;! .$4). ,war Arthur 3720392. 11e"104" Harris. .6 .5533 or of Singer'* finest ;
,
.2f.33/m0. 3 .... ...i... ; *<*a!).rn a spa. I.ram w $3200/ac 5 !71-0473 Cor. 473-3133. 9/6' model. z
_._. t Hw snore. up to> SIM ..... Raw.eM/. mud--. FOR SAll. Ins Toyota Stchg 10/4 Doe oil itltch* _
Doubt. .fla5nCSw
I.1./.rms..ywalnd Dwtwr 331.314oa0 toncodcornet' / ble.Good-__4TVH7S7.---, olio ,,4-door B-track tap. without attachment. r

.V DW..Lov.I" :if EA. '-- !fcM minimum,side by std. *)wvor ca receiver., A/C. 2000. FOR RINTi Trencher, compactor Make buttonhole blind "

=,...cor:.lot ::. HI.n..-:;::;::: .. ...nkore let at* *are**a each.eerfect THese for 473-3173 ttchfl 10/4 cement mixer hem, monogram, stretch
Call__'."", 10 m. LYNN hamaalla*. retreat. or Investment "**.ur. waiher, lawnmower owing, etc. Sold new over .
LAM LOTS FOR SAlli
SY OW one. ax r.butding 'wtnan CeuntvoasaCaetto *, tiller*, other
No W.f ef the _.... Interleetan. $589.50. Balance $157.10
End
...._. 1400 a0.'r"l.... a air.ergot un M Ia ..IIIS "...-.b.MSiS. K.yston. Height garden, auto and corn(ruction or S13 monthly Will take
..,_ __ .. SPARKLING. CLai.N SeoutHwiry wooded for on
II. svs- lnmpnS 'l'OKAWILL.A L"._" ;;' tool. KEYSTONE RENTAIS. -
"';;
tarn. huavy /.......,._. A._ I.I.Iy kaet Noms built In IWM .3_.iieoeacrt.Owner .. clear, sand bottom lak.. old. machine a* part pay.
*'/k..%- BV OWN.TH.. "'''''LL.V srTbems. tancod Var3 1-n-44r7, After 0,44- J4tSTAM Good termS or discount far 473-2995. TFchg manager
4 en. f bam .. roan//NO. with. flower -. 1? '''''''. cosh. 1 to 5 acre.with nlc.tr. collect Gainesville.
place, low. .. =: Immaculate. w st _.to. gal 371.071.Tti .- LAKH beeutlful neavllvaii
>oo*.... rt ;jn MW:M ",. HAVE' _. let witt, ever toelake *.* overlooking' lak. WORK WANTED Haul 3764467. 10/4 tfnchg"
.",_, 7' .7747eves. Noa awl,. a InovkwMMyw "
ants FOR SALT Four IS"..
.. ., ILANDMARXs from $3,500. 8500 repair roof repair, bam
.. :1 *lt brick" In mow now :i sad.roo.
ham 1300*e ft C.rd. .. 1 NM .wicad fvam rbYIIMOYw.ybWLTOMcap. down.eSO month.Commercial built pointing, room addition Chevy lug wheel. $50.

NI'Sara'._rooms. 1325,N.Ma aa yard..._.I 371.1400w :=:., 004.100...nwr N. Inc..".-3731111.TARLY"AM1 DOYOIN. a _a1 rF.-ntO lot on SR-21 North *. *cren porch.., .'c. Call 473-2261 oft. 6 p.m. t a4.L

available.. Own.r no job too small Mike' llpd 10/4 i

101.._. 473-4375. 2/22 mall repair. WE BUY Private timber Call

x oi.;' :t o. tfnchg." 473-3997-doy.. or 473-2803- 473-3261 of tar 6 p.m. Itpd
cwboaed.$30. saes 10/4
S ACRISi 214 after 5 I
8/23
Call 373-0144 en near p.m. tfnchg
"vII "' .u''ull .f "urn.. .
--n01Mn0 downy $30._yea in.. .L : ":.lll _' Keyston Height. $300 LOANS lIanehlF_. Con OARA68 SALT Antlqu -1
waewvusoolfurWMure. Purnlure >artaMe ii n r. Typlnetable ...., and f lrnitur./ Fri. .
and
.... down. month. struction. Land Development
City. UU M M. :i>vi .a. *l*. Metal effke p per
OCUMAN China s'rvN moil metal daak.sill??file dry Phone 473.405 or Apratmant. Store. lot:. 8.,m. .S p.m. park of i
...... : .. era. *4*. ateree or ahanaarsrhtebie. "
b.autllul n.5 the Palm
'''yl ; WA1.L UNrTT went sWar w apt *** fleer ..>. $ Moll- 473-4347 offer 6 p.m. 3/29 Shopping Center: and Condominium 473-4108. Itpd
CUITOMf..v.. books, ..... 7* Call 175'4433 :t w w.aadaTtig w. ereliatea.WtONeed .Can 3nmtll'.o' Ifncha .. Writ. or call 10/4 w
....... W.. Ion Sl>e. Call 2tg._ ..'T..NN'. .
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D4EIK 1. CHAI,". only _to. (SUABANIffl!I ) c........ ,,;;;ii 5.4 ___ NIW KOMI FOR SAU-3'.. Ethel BatcheldW, Rt. 2. Bon YARD SAIl October 9 6, !
.10. a.calant_Il0/f.510. c.. IsY1ow orks.M ton? _US for 2 409. Keyton Height. Fl. Friday and Saturday, 9 f
spOtn. 0r4)flrt living room
for d.twls. a/n1/N
\ "'1I" PwnlttMK *
... 1201 E. : ii13aTfa1F074 33656 Ik. Mortg. Broker a.m. to S p.m.. north on
-- U-Iv.rsfy AN. kitchen,
\ AHAA4A O OOr' fdoybacearner .. Awn.wllio. r-7e4tm"lo dining room play 31 i
l A 904-473-2585.: 9/13 Hwy post Brooklyn Bay
table Nana brid. < HnchgMYSTONI
to .. shaded by large a,
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1. 733.1400.
iA1S' .avy -' t:=. Mnano$. .,..Cad f! = fluIpriM.. $30.plods oak. landscaped with HUOHTSt Country Bridge.Item Everything from a;:.5
baby
4wIV.I style ill et *M aacn. 0 Club. t. t* antique r+"
3,...".. COCACOLA COOL.... ; sprinkler iytm. N.or tat *. bt rim Itpd 104VISIT
-'. 0v. 14. v73S /. '. soSool In ,limit' ,offered. Brick veneet, 3 #
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-- .* *'A percont. tlrepkxe, lorg kitchen, .A
'V .11 ; 841.000. Call collect fully ,equipped. Only Grocery, Antique., used I
more information? a. sz. .
furniture and
$2.900 down, collectable .
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payment
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WANTED -=IVICESaau'l"'W FOR SALE TFchg
BEDROOM oportmenti GARAGE SALE 1222 Brod- 24 FT. CONCORD CAMPER

FOR SALENICI PERSONAL HELP AMBITIOUS COUPLE won SHOPS Complete MOBILE HOMISi Why apply of 870 McMahon St.. ford St.. Thurt.. Fr).. Sot.. Self-contolned; ALSO 1973

ting to oars. extra Income, horpenlng tervke. clrculor. more?Buy direct from fac pay Starke, 8/9 TFchg Oct. 4, S, 6, o.m. to 6 Ford car. Phone 9647571.9134tchg .

HOME en well land- SERVICESCUSTOM WANTED port"", ., from homo. bond torblde, tory. Large election of 24, TWO ROOM ErTICIINCYi p.m. Furniture" baby 10/4
coped acre lot. located Phone,....,,,.'/' 4tchg chain.mower blade hollow 14, 12 wide. COMMUNITY 1 room efficiency and alto Item, odd and end. tpd OH YOU COPY of rhe
near center of 1011.T end balanced. 10/4. Bradford County Telegraph'
town. Many MADEDRAPERIES CORRESPONDENT NIEDEDi ground MOBILE HOMES SALES. US looping room. Weekly or
pecan *hod. tree*. Deep iFree For Providence and Won Y TECHMCIANi port-time Leave ot Jackson Building 301 North. 9 to dutk. monthly. Come to Under YARD SALEs CENTENNIAL ISSUE Wo
Open
well and city water and ettlmotet. taco thlngton area.For or "" ".lIma. Prefer eml. Supply." / Storke or KeyttoneHf 1 to 6 Phon. wood Motel 3 VI mile Saturday. Oct. 6, B a.m. still hove a few copl. left
_.r. Thro* til. 2 both., distributor for completely more Sf.rlng. call retired. Mutt hove onperlonco. *. TFchg Sunday. North of/ Starke on US 301. til./ Stereo, clothe, *, book, In the offko. 135 W. Call
2-cor gorege. hardwood wothoble notionally Union County. Time Flexible hour. ALCOHOLICS ANONY. 964-8741. TFchg TFchg. ceramic, etc. Load of St. Dolt mitt out on thltItiuel
oak floor Eat-In kitchen. advertlted Gad..". 496-2261. TFNpd. Phone 479-1241.9/27 2tchg MOUSt FOUR BEDROOM two bath TRAILER on OrlHIt loop. goodl... :3 mile) from You'll get 102 pogee
Cedar cl *. CH/A family Droperle. SAW Enter- 10/4 Phone 964-5148 or 964-6583., homo, walking dlttonce to Couple. only. Phon. Starke. SR. 16 East Look for of pure" Bradford County
room and tcr_n.d porch. p',.... Ed or Lomo WI All LOOKING FOR YOUIf TFchg is ool. Broadway Street. 964-0077. Itchg 10/4. *ign.. Phone 9647166. history for only $1. TFpd
Adjacent acre avallablo, Stephen. 496-2219. 3/1 CLASSIFIED AD you would like to earn REMODELING SUILDINO Only' $1100 down MODERN FURNISHED APTl Itpd 104.OARAOI WEDDING CAKE OR'

W. S. River*. 496-3241 or TFN. Deadline for ."..,.,.* I extra money working full" REPAIRS New "kitchen, payment und.r bedroom wall to wall SALE Widow mov NAMENTS for the homo
496-341. TFchg CLARKU SAW HOPi Complete I or part-time telling Stanley both" 'family room. Brick $290/month. Phone Bob carpet AC, ompl. private SO .
Clearance
preceding occumuloi cake decorator.
TRUMPET with co... Good thorpenlrvg ..",Ic.. Tueteey noon Homo Product claw' tohorn. block concr.... Firaploc..p.cloh.t. Harris, 964-5933 or paved parking In rear, 24 ing. year
condition. Call 496-2407. hand circular" mow.r Thursday before puMlceJ4AM .. Pleoto call 752-2690! .. Drift* Con- 113.3133.9/6 Stchg 10/11 hr. lecurlty lighting. tlon. Furniture, what-not, of all our bakery croft or-
9/27 2tpd 10/4. for more.. Information 9/27 tructlon. Phone 473-2108 gloMwore tllver, clothe namentt. 25 percent off.
blade, chain taw. Leave WANT A FARM 70 acre, Modem electric kitchen.
Minimum U..... flower orchid Both black' and whit.
HOMI FOR All IY OWNERl at Crew Building Supply. charge 2tpd 101. 473-3578.. TFchg located near Ralford Include Phon. 964-8394 after 5 clay pot
3 bodroom. 2 1/2 both con. Lake Butler. 7/3 TFN. (Coven I*Word). MIDDLE AGED MAID wonted TNI MOWER CLINIC Small 3 BR frame haute. 2 p.m. No children or pett. upplle. You nom. It, its couplet. PASTRY SHOP
cr.t. block. Roger SEPTIC TANK AND GREASE lech word over 1$ for motel work. Mutt boreliable. engine and all type of mobile homo*...up',fenced NOT A MOTEL. 10/4 2tchg here. Continuous beginning 138 I. Call ftarke. 9/20
Cochran. 1170 S.W. 4th TRAP cleanout. Troll. I 1.10 cent Phone 9647814.WANTED lawn mower repaired Including and croit-fenced 10/11. Oct. 1. 203 Chrlttlon 2tchg 101LIMEROCKt .
Terrace, to". Butler.' Con roof and metal roof cool Not reponlble,. for error] HELP with elderly '" reborlng. ,, Work $89,000. Owner holdingmortgage. MOBILE NOME on Orlfflt St.. Storks. Itpd 10/4. 20 yd. semi
bo toon onytlmo.9/27 2tpd ._Iad. Day or night tor- when given over the phone. Ior coupl. Several. hour a done reaeonably. Henry 25% down. Loop. Deposit required. No VEGETABLES U-PICKi Ker.." 'loads only. ALIEN E.
10/4. .. ...onobl.. Joe Foryth. when copy I I. not typed! day. If you have your own Browder .....5760. 6/21 Phon. ((904)) 786-8274 after p.'.. Phone 964.88)6.ltpd Form, Boyle Highway. 1 TAYLOR Lowt." Phone
SPINET-CONSOLS PIANO for 4311022. All end brought to the office f transportation or "live In tfchg. 10/4. mile/ from SR. 16. Peat and 7023172. TFchg
.. .. Want d: Rmponilble budnett appreciated.3/31 with room and board and BIROT IPM Poet Control 5 p.m. 9/27 2tebg 10/4 THREE BEDROOM HOUSE bean now ready. Phone MASON SHOES Over 300
party to toko ov.r Spinet TFN moll/ salary provided. S.r.k..1 '10. The March NEW HOMEiKoyttone area. $130 month. Phone 96/-5088. Itpd 10/4. ttyle for:men and women.
PI_. !o.y term.. Can bo HARVEY'S LAND DEVELOP Phone 468-1966 after 5:30 I I. On To Rid Your Home of 2 BR, 2 bath kitchen LR. ....-81':17 after 3 p.m. Itpd YARD SALIt Hampton La..... Superior quality tupremo
...n locally. Writ.: Credit MENTland clearing and LOST AND p.m, Itpd 104.CARS. Nultonce" ,..t./ Coll DR, garage, CA low 10/4. Friday and Saturday OCT. comfort. Authorised

Manager P.O. Box 207 bulldozing work. By hour .....5534. 6/21 TFN maintenance, w/w carpet. HOMI FOR RENTS excep- S. 6. Follow tlgn. Itpd dealer. Phon. .....5693.
Carlyle. IL. 62231. 9/24 or contract. Rood built, FOUND SEWING MACHINES' 32500. Phon. 473-4470. tlonolly clean well maintained 10/4. 9/204lchg 1011.CANCELLED .
10/11. aTRUCKS REPAIRED All make. Sunday 473-2056. Itchg
3tchg flh pond. dug andC"'vertl two bedroom WEIGHTLIFTING BENCH and LAYAWAY
SKID TANK with almoit Installed. cleaned oiled and ad- 10/4
n.w Contact operate dining room AC
hand pump for$:ZOO. Phon. Superior Cleaner. LOST. At Lulu Field Trial. lutted $10. Work THREE BEDROOM lit bath ample yard. No pet*. $195 barbell tet. $45. Phone Singer Athena :2000 electronic

.. Itehg 10/4 239-2078. After 6 p.m.. call L.mon and white gyp. No. guaranteed Jome. brick home, "utility/car- month. .Phone 9646969. 9645554. Itpd 10/4. cawing machine.
FREEZERi Excellent eondl- Eugene" Harvey. 375-2552. 201 on lde.. H found o Strickland corner Morgan port near Starke Country Itchg 10/4. YARD SALE Saturday Oct. The beat model' Singer

tlon. Phone 496-3287 or or Ray Harvey. 275-2768 In *een. phone 4733434. 1973 FORD COURIER AC. Rd. and Hwy 16. TFchg Club.W.II kept'lawn. Ideal ONE BEDROOM furnished 6. Several fomillet op make. Need tomeone to
496-3133. Itchg 10/4 Sanderon. 8/23 Stchg 9/26 2lpd 10/4 good condition AM/FM B REMODELING AND ADOtTIONSt for young" couple or apartment, $100 month. pllancet, furniture. 2 trollIng take over payment $17
THRU BEDROOMi 1/2 bath 10/11. LOSTi Between lake Butler" track, C,. roll bar sliding, Paul'. Framing. retlreet. Immaculate' Phon. 964-6201 after S motor. and lot more. per month or pay balance
brick homo In city on largo DOZIER OR DRAGLINE work. and Lake City Sept.8: One gloss window white tpoke Free eatlmate.. phone almost new 30000. p.m. Itchg 10/4. 1 Vt mil.. on OrlHI loopto of $487. Original' price
thoded lot. Hat many nlc. All kind' Grading lemon and white walker. wheel' $1850. Phon. 964.30)5.9/13 4tchg 10/4 Phone 964-5796 or TWO BEDROOM trailer, con. 2nd railroad track. Dirt $990. Will take trod.

extra. THREE BEDROOM drainage clearing or flh hound. No. 12 on both 964-6805.9/27 2tchg 10/4 SUBCONTRACTOR DESIRES .....1050. Marvin Brown venlenl to hopping road on right. Cancelled If Phon.968512.1012tchg
2 bath homo on 1.64 ocr. pond work don. by contract lde.. J on each hip. If 1974 .PLYMOUTH DUSTER framing and trim work. TFchg center. No children or rainy, ttpd 10/4. 10/11.
Homo hat approximately' or by the hour Free soon call Bobby Jon.* co,. P/S AC On. owner. Can supply" 'local' pet. Phone 964-8110. COLD DRINK lOX 10 ft. YARD SALEs 3 famili... Friday
FOR SALE BY OWNER Double
I.400.q. ft..CHI A.carpet. etlmote*. Dwight 1-485-1537.9/272tchg $1,650. .Phone 9648494.Itpd rot_.. Reliable. Poul't Mobil. Itchg 10/4. chatt type, upright, 9 to 4 p.m. Antique.,
Wide Home
Homo I. I... than 7 year William.. 496-2968 after 1 10/4. 10/4. Framing P.O. Bon 983. : NICI ONI BEDROOM apartment Unlvenal doubl. door toys, cloth..,
Old with many nlco p.m. 8/23 TFN. LOST DOGs white with black 1971 VOLKSWAOON BEE- ltor...., Phone ....-tOI5.. 24x65 on BOO adjoining SR. for rent. $150 month freeter. $700. Phon. mltcellaneout. Cancelled I

(.atur... Call MAINES STANLEY HOME PRODUCTS .pot*. nomad Mluy. If flu like new, proof of new 9/20 4tehg 10/11. UE. $27,500. Phone" utllllle. paid. Phon. 782-3763, .tor.; .or If rainy. 1 mil. out Butler
REAL ESTATE Realtor ha opening for three found phone 496-3914. part, $1,900. For Information OFFICE MACHINE REPAIR 9648695. 10/4 2lpd 10/11. 9648704. 10/4 TFchg. 782-3297. Itpd 10/4. Road Slarke.. Itchg 10/4.
4963978. Itchg 10/4 people. 3 hour per day Last teen In vicinity of phone 964-9904. 1 Itchg Phon. '''.6502. Stark. FURNISHED APARTMENTFOR FAMILY GARAGE SALEs FRONT END LOADER and

$20 per day. Call 752-2650 hospital at East Main and 10/4. pickup and delivery. 9/20 FOR RENT RENT $110 month Saturday. 8 o.m. to 6 p.m. dump truck Owner 'mov
ttWINO MACHINEtBNGER or 152. 71. 9/27 2tchg 8th A".. Tag No. 1205. Itpd 197 FORD CUSTOM door 4tpd 1011.BRADFORD first and lad. Phon.
Club Eilatet Phon.
Country corner ing. Phillip Norman
TANK
.. SEPTIC
F. 10/4. 10/4 radio heater, PS. PB, AC. 9647521. 10/4 2tchg end 2nd ... .
SERVKIi Brodford retldentlal PALMS APARTMENTS Furnlihed NE 15th St. 2B2. )" Itchg 10/4.
of finest -
Dno Slngor't
REDUCE SAFI FAST with excellent condition 50,000 10/11. .
efficiencies and 1 A.... Phon. 964-5258 or FREE WICKER Have a wicker
pumpouts5. Commercial
_. ttltchet
model D all Tablet
CoBeie E-Vop"want.r actual mile $1500. Phone UNFURNISHED NEW HOUSEon
without" attachmontt.Make pill." Andr.w.Drug. INSURANCE 9647251. Itchg 10/4. and Industrial.' Ful BR apt., weekly' or mon Lake Geneva. 300 ft. 96' .8876. Itpd 10/4. home show and earn credit

buttonhole., blind ., 225 W. Main St., 1974 CHEVROLET 4 wheel "ly llcented. Phon. thly. NEW FURNISHED lake front. Two BR, AC. HAY Bahla or Alltla. continually for Iree giltt. Prliet for
home, monogram, itrotch lake Butler' 9/21 2tchg MAINSS INSURANCI AGENCY drive, radio. heater new 9648121. TFchg STUDIOS monthly only. mature couple. cutting for field or you and your gu.....Great
._Ing. ..c. Sold now over 10/4. 160 S. lake Av., Lake tire and CB. 2100. Phon. PIANO LESSONSi Phon. 2313 N. T.mpl., Starke. $290/month. Phone Jo. barn talet. From 75 per Christmas Ideot. For Information
$589.30. Balance $197.10 REMODELING ADDITIONS Butler 963978. Complete 9647251. Itchg 10/4. Debbie Woodfln 9648740.Itpd TFchg 786-6044. 10/4 3tpd 10/18. bale up. according to call Olga Whit.
or $13 monthly. Will take repair and painting. Pro- Inturanee S.rvlc. TFN 1976 VOLAREi AC. PS. PB. 4 1014.NUIISU MOBILE HOMES from$130 to quality. Larry loFollette. 964-9104. 10/4 2tchg
fettlonal' work at EVERYONE IS INSURABLSt door. 2995. ADAMS AIDE will core for S130/month plus $50 Starke. 964-6273. TFchg. 10/11,

older ment.machine Call credit a part manag.rcoll.ct pay. reatonable price Call Immediate coverage by AUTO SALES. Keyilone, elderly penoeXln. ",lhelr damage FOR RENT depotlt.OR. LEASE:22 LAND FOR SALE SKI BOATs 16 ft. flberglat. SEARS FREEZERi 30.4 cubic
Galneivllle 496-3276. Itpd 10/4 phone JOE USHERAGNCYI96.2126 473-4470. Itchg 101911 /.. home. Daytime work. 73 boot 74 Mercury 65 HP f..,. '100. Phone after Sp.m.
ocret, or farm. Inquire
376-4467. 10/4 tfnchg.HUNTER'S DO YOU FORGET relative or VOLKSWAOON: 412t Phon.964-5617.10/42tchg paituro at Whites TrailerPark OUACHITA BASS BAOTi 16 engine gato-tilt. trailer, .. 964-8727. Itpd 10/4.
and friend on birthday. 496.2903.TFNMISCELLANEOUS AC AT low mileage. 10/11. $1,800, Call 964-5764 days FARMALL SUPER A tractor;
BABYSITTING In home SR. 16 and 225. 9/13 ft.. 70 hp Johnson, fully
and onnlvertarlet Let m. $2.450. ADAMS AUTO my .tpd 1014 equipped extra*, excellent or 431-1640 alter 8:00: p.m. with now.ol ol. disc. rollIng .
h.lp by oddreitlng and SALES. Keyitone, day or night for preschool THREE BEDROOM TRAILER condition excellent GAS HEATER Evant, |lust cultivator." $2290.
Reba
SPECIAL mailing cords to them for 473-4470. Itchg 10/4. children.I Knight. ....Phon..833.5. Grlffli $125 month, Phon. ski boat. Trontferring. asking Ilk. new, for mobile home. Phone 974-5934. Itchg .
Will alto do Christmascard.
1976 MERCURY MONARCH
you. .Phone 964-7425. 10/4. il
9646112.920 TFchg. $3200.: Phone 475-2011. TFchg. I
.0 C..M.I. Hy.g.1n CB .. Call, 496-2328 Ion! In- THREE YELLOW TABBY klt-' AC, PS. PB. ". _, 2995. PROFESIIONAI..PAINTINO.ond Loop. Itpd 10/4. .,.,.KITCHIHITTlh.O", .,, BS 1 Itpd 101.TRAMPOLINE. KLUTTZ BROS. PIANOs, GOOD USED MMMOR Go .
Radio mounting br.cle.. .formatlon.rtO/4 4tpdpX23LWILL 'wens whir*,lv*>y t, gMf1to''good '.'' ADAMS AUTO SALES, paperhanglng. All apartment pool I. TV AC Now round. upright. very good condo Ita".. 36 In. Call 904-3617.
!
BABYSIT In home' : K. .,_ 473-4470.
ho,;,.. Itchg
Phon.
.nd mike clip Includ.d. Lllel $20 kind. of home repolrt utllltle Included. Totally list $599.95, cole $319.93. tion. $500. Phone 782-3415 10/4 2tchg 10/11.
day or night. o 10/4.
anytime
New 160". week or $1.50 per hour. 4311839. Itchg 10/4 1979 DATSUN King Cabs AC don. Written guarantee, furnlthed. Weekly' mon 8x12 llt $399.95. tale after 6 p.m. 10/4 2tpd FREE gellon' of antl.f,.... '

Celt SI.v. Thom.. Phone Linda at 4962328. 4,500 mil.*, till war. good reference. Financing thly rate. TEMPLE MOTEL $249.95. .Phone 1-778-3227 10/I I. for your old car battery. Bring .
86..7385 Alter 8 P.M. 10/4 4tpd 10/25 FOR RENT ronteed. 55250. ADAMS If detlred. Work 080 N. Temple Ave. Jax. TFchgFENCINGi CHAIN' LINK FENCE to Western Auto at
AUTO SALES Keytone, anywhere. Coll Ray Starke.. Phon. 964-7357. All kind, hog material. Do It yourtelf Midway Shopping Center

MOBILE HOMEt2 BR., fur. 4734470. Itchg 10/4. 4733809. 10/4 2tchg 9/20 TFchg. wire, welded wire, barbwire and .ov., Installation b.tw..n Keyitone and
10/11. TWO 2-BIDROOM 1 bath. available. Free ..lImal... Melroe, 473-2419. 10/4 d
J. WILSON WATERSBULLDOYIHC nithed on large lot. Call 1974 FORD COURJERi AT furniihed mobil.hornet on wood chain link:
496-3798 after p.m. 9/13 radio, heater on. owner, NOW free etimotet. MANNING HandyMan Fence Co 4tchg 10/29.
Silver lake. Phone
Commercial Seal' Coaling TFN. 33.000 mile. $1,300. at the Off tee Shop .73-014.9/27 2tchg 10/4 FENCE CO., 473-4812, '....8559. TFchgWATSON'S 13 ACRE FARMi with home
Ail TYPE floorrurAins' for 10/4. HOUSE OF trailer land. Ten
FURNISHED HOUSE rent Phon.964.1191. Itpd on pecan
110 W.Call St. THREE ROOM furnithed or Keyitone. TFchg
HOT APPLICANT"' e *Bulldozer Work fenced yard, nice location, 1969 MUSTANG OT. 390 4peed. Cemp'ete"''ectlo"Hallmark unfurnished apartment ROUND BALES OF HAY VACUUMS Many brand tree*. Phon. 964-8077..
ASPHALT PATCHING' In Lake Butler. Phon. AM/FM radio of new vacuum" Ued 10/4 TFchg.
Large or Small' Cord ond Gift W/W Carpet newly' Froth cut. $15 _h. 80
AH Work GutrenteedTelephone 496-2843. Itchg' 10/4 Keyttone Classics $1,200: Alsoa..l.etlendmod.rf. decorated. Off ttreet park. Wood Brooder, $10 each machine* available. Partt USED TV'S. Very
: *Land Fill HOUSE FOR: XENTi Call Maryor negotiable. Also, 1973 Ing. No children. No ...... on.or all. Phone 782-3140, and accettorlet for all reasonable.9648212. 10/4 I
priced gift
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19041 782.3991 R. L. Mann at 496-2503 VEGA GT $200.: Phon. Call ../.. /96. Keep trying. TFchgELECTROPHONIC Vacuum" tyttemt. 404 NW 2tpd '10/11. ;
ell ecce.lon .964-S764 \ ..
PondsWILBUR for Information. Itpd 10/4 473-7016.after S p.m. Itpd TFchg STEREOi 10th A"... Cainetvllle. | .
ttrwaasaat.m 10/4. MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE phon. 376-7110. TFchg MUST SELL
AM/FM. 8 track and Car-
WATERS MARY KAYCOSMETICS 1976 LW CHEV. TRUCK with HOME PARK mobile hornet rard turntable, $79. Phon. DO DROP IN Bargain Hou... Immediate oeiixew iicuicatio-' !'
J KEYSTONE ".-$111 topper 38000. A.T., AC and spaces for r.nt. Phone US 301 South. W. buy and all nee ai''' itec'fi' )" flmni
exc. go ml. ((4 cyl), excel 933-2002. Itchg 10/4. 40 72 14 I? 46 per IQ It
468-2912.
8jrke'
HELPWANTED TFchg tell ued furniture. Phon.
MeOton 8t
680 W.
condition. $3400.00 Firm YARD SALE 813 W. Pratt St. 60 x 105. 14 12 38 per w fl
CLUB 984-8728 But.8.84S941 louise Starting 782-3489. TFchg. 10/.. TWO BEDROOM MOBILE Friday and Saturday Oct. 964-6740 9 to 5 Call Collect t9043S9939
HOMEs C/A gas heat. 11 Man.-Thur.. 9 to 6 Fri and
Home 5, 6 9 5
,
to' Steel
473-3092 p.m Century Buildings
Evening and 'lost
month>> plus
Sat. 3/1 TFchg
ESTATES MI.e.llan.ov.t.m.*, Including ___
Keyttone Height WANTEDGOOD depotlt. Adults only no .u !
--
boat 'loader and
for
Phon.
Secretarial pett. 782-3413
StereosPhono MOBILE HOME app'. 10/4 2tpd 10/11 rack. Itpd 10/4. ASSISTANT .kOER TRAINEESail
PEW HOMESAS Needles position TREE BEDROOM HOUSE 6 SEWING MACHINE
PRICES PAID for wed
LOW AS Ell llC Otll mobile hornet If mortgage acre ol/ land fully furnUhed. "SINGER FUTURA"' Fastest Growing RelImmediate ( Chain In Florida.
Records. Tapes Written apdioationrequired. $225 month Phono On. of SllIg." finest
It 3/4 paid or more. OLIN'SMdllU
.....8682. after 7:30 modelt. Doe oil ttitchet I
100 i : p.m. Openings
AMP HOME SALES. Apply to _
$225par Serta Mattresses 964 i5606. Open 7 dayt 10/4 2tchQ 10/11. without altachmentt.Make ,"

Knives _"''y. TFchg Bradford-Union FOR RENT on Kmgtley La..... buttonhol.., blind In Starke and auTop rounding areas. I
Case WANTED Mobile home axle Guidance Clinic 2 bedroom mobil. home, hem, monogram, stretch I
month total'pmt. .pod tlr... Will pick up. AC central heat. Yeor tewing etc. Sold new over Pay 1 Pop Benefit,
After minimum Dahmer'sinc. OLBM'S MOBILE HOME 321 West Madison ; round. Dep. required no $589.50. Balance $157.10 Call Collect for a c onfidentlallntervl.w.J05)f388.923e .

SALES. .....S606. Open 1 Street, .. Colt 5332366. TFchg or $13 monthly' Will take
'HA Down "oy."tVA..HA.CONV. 10/4. Bill Johnson (CHfEAG )
days a wk. TFchg old. machine at part pay.
CASH FOR COINS Gold' Phone 064-6382 FOR RENT 3 bedroom. 1H ment. Call credit manager

964-7923 .liver, iterling dental' Starke. Fk"I bath; across from collect Ooinetvllle.. .
uthtlde
No 110 E Call St. .gold. CF crop Jewelry optical Elementory 376-.46110/4 tfnchg.
Casing .
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;n. Ate**** frame*, etc. J.R. Bull- School. $250 month $100 I
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Jr. Pee Wee and added that Frank Sheffield col Bowl Games ), ;:"
lected nine solo tackles. ,
Bradford 18-Union It "
Bradford scored with 45 seconds to The Cowboy scores came on a 25 The Clay Conference: some u// i Y
go and stopped a last ditch Union yard pass from Eric Lane to Toolie Incentive for area f ,t amer rrr.ypit
County effort with an interception to O'Neal, a 15 yard run by Wayne teams as the winners an erupsIn
gain an 18-12 win In Keystone Stocum, and a two yard plunge byTyson. each league (excel t the
Heights Saturday. Mighty Mites) will be Invited to howl
The win was stilt in doubt until Hutchcson also praised the defen- games at the end of the year.
", Richie Barnes picked off a Union sive work of Brad Brown and Lane The champions of the Jr. Pee Wee,
Bengal pass with 33 seconds \left to and said the second and third team Pee Wee Jr. Midget, and'Midget
stop the last Union effort. The Cowboy players came in to play leagues will get invites to play in
Cowboys had forged ahead 12-0 on well. Orange Park's Sixth Annual Shrine

two scores by Wendell Shanks, who Bowl against out of state rivals on
M.MKMMT ITANCNMOt W.'' December 1. Runnerups reach of
gained 157 yards on the day. Johnnie
-. iool
L Clark threw a 27 yard pass to Shanksfor I..d -.l those divisions win the right to
the first TD and endell skirted o.-p_ I I..' travel to Orlando to play"ln the
_c...._..... I.'-. Orlando Fall Sports Festival/Saturday
left end for a :31 yard touchdown ,
before halftime. (....... *.*'oO 1MM November 24. ,.*

Union came back to tie the count at ._Hctfhn. ..>'es..dgl. The Shrine games at Cotney
after halftime but with 1:06: left .-.., Stadium (Orange Park High) tests "
12.12 ............. ..Of Mil c..O.M.I the Clay Conference champions
In the the Cowboys defense .
game ... ..
# < It N.yM..I ,
I, caused a fumble and recovered on ........ ..0'mt*Puh.Pee against the out of state rivals. 4 rt t .r; r ,
the Union five. With 45 seconds left The Fall Sports Festival in Orlandowill

on the clock Steve Jones, who piledup spotlight Pop Warner Football d
111 yards for the day bulled over Wee this year commemorating 50

for the winning TD. N/WIT"AHOt1 W""*? Anniversary of the association. ,
"The Cowboys played a super game ....NNd r*.. Some 82 teams from Florida and +Ia e .. : r
..
overall, they have a lot to be proud MIMI IMI." ........ .1*.-. around the country have already \IHo ;
of" praised Cowboy Coach Dale E. ..",.._.....h.. ....0 confirmed plans to participate in the ', "
Brown. "The defense had several ........ I.'*' four-day event with some teams ar I
.... .,., '
O. C..I. riving Thursday Thanksgiving day. :I i
quarterback sacks and had some big 0'......... 010I } ,
plays to stop Bengals' drives." ...f4.y..Ie_, Included in the plans are visits to 0
Brown said key defensive playerswere -... II. .."..-, Disney World special closed-door :
Dale Brown Darin Patterson, MIddI.I.. ,.I.Or*.. C_4Mighty sessions only for Pop Warner The Bradford Cowboys storm In to block a punt by Keystone's Shawn Brown in Bradford's 19-0 Jr. Midget .
.... .
/.I 1.0. P.I a
visitors to Sea World and Circus
Jones, Chris Johnsston, Chuck Saturday I
Coburn, Alonzo Williams and An- World, and a National Cheerl ding

drea Williams.OP Mite Competition.Games will be played Friday and r _._ _Y ___._1

Beam 13-Keystone 0 Union 33- Bradford 0 Saturday with a feature game bet
The Keystone Jr. Pee Wee Steelers The first place Bengals scored over ween teams selected by Pop Warner ..
couldn't quite get their offense untracked 30 points for the second straight Inc. Saturday afternoon. h
Saturday, falling to the host week, ripping Bradford 33-0 In a

Orange Park Bears 130. game played In Keystone Saturday. .. ,
., TyhEt
Defense the best offense for
was the e
Aaron Stanley busted one run for 45 Saturday's Games:
yards and fullback "Too Tall" Bengals as Union checked the
Wilson had a couple of good gainersbut Cowboy offense for minus 45 yards
total offense and Union at Middleburg:
other than that the Steelers were continually gave
pretty well bottled up said Keystone the Union offense possession inside Mighty I1ltes2 p.m.
Coach Bobby Lord. the Bradford 30 yard line. Jr. Pee Wee's4f

"We did look much better overall Quarterback Grady Cochran made Pee Wee's- ::
this week, and the defense did a good the most of the oppurtunities, scoring -
Jr. 8 /?
MidgetsBradford -
on three of 20, and
job," Lord added. He said defensive sweeps seven
noseguard Brett Swick caused one eight yards while Phillip Pritchett '
fumble and made several stops to scored on a five yard run, and Jim- at Green Cove ,4 WfJ.'4-*+>.v
stop Orange Park drives. my Murphy found the end zone from Springs: ; : .
nine
out. -
yards -.i.
..HI Wll ITANDINCt w.,., Kent Harrison recorded nine solo Mighty Ilitesnoon,
Or..t.r..t T.I lcn. I 0-0 tackles two assists"! and one fumble Jr. Pee Wee's 2 p.m..
Grant'..._'. I .. to spearhead the Pee Wee's 4.
_. I..1 recovery swarming Y Illn,. A
.G.c.1- 1.,.. Bengal defense. Cochran added six aA9A" b y.r 11 I I .l N A ? a fy .
......... 1.1.1 stops and three assists, John If '
:h.M'MI ..,.. ....... .. .. .
MIMtebvrf" 011 Howard had two tackles and four I --- ---" '" -- r '1'-\' 6 _. -""';"; --"Ni
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Mel.h. 010
U.',. 0. assists, and Brett Parrish, Joe Sir The Union County Mighty Mite, In the dark Jersey, .fI. are still atop I the Cla<:. -
I .. mones, and Jeff Carroll all were in ,r '
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f ( d.r.Se. tiOf Conference after a 33-0 panting of Bradford Saturday '
,
.
OP....Ie......10 It. ..t...l..M4..0 II on"Again four takedowns.offensive and defensive f{ ; r Pictured are; from left to right. Bengals Tons Kemp Ken Johns
ow. c...1..1... S MIddI.IYq" O our / Floyd (68)), and Lance llolllngsworlh Kfi,
......... II 1M"" 12 lines gave great efforts, said Union "
Coach Doyle Kemp. BC Pop Warner "
Jr. Midget Dance Winners .*
MIGHT MITI OTANDINOO W Union Mighty Mite cheerleader ',' :
Bradford I 19! Keystone 0 U.I_.Hit.I.) !....1 The Bradford County Pop Warner Cristy Crosby had plenty to Jump up 0-2 JV Tornadoes Host St. Augustine '
The Bradford! defense shut down Ml M.d 0.*0* Keystone as the Cowboys earned a Or...c.v*1*...... 1 .-,
with 10
o.....P.k O.lphln I lit night after the games year Bradford 3.1-0 In Pop Warner play Bradford High's JV Tornadoes, now "He hurt his ankle in the first half
190 shutout win. .'..Her*!C..k.r< 010Mltf.fl old David Barnes and his dancing Saturday 0-2 after an 18-6 loss at Gainesville but stuck it out. He wanted to play
Clint Hutchcson! recovered two .k.,,t .-.. partner Shannon Ford winning a High, will host St. Augustine's Baby all the Moxley said
fumbles and Mike Early; found one 0'.....-'.'It C.l.. .-.0 dance contest 'Jackets at Bradford Field tonight way
Steelrr bobble to the imtutlmft!<....
help Cowboys Sissie Barnes
Travis Ford and ere
Thursday Oct. 4, at 7
Unlwi' OI.Hard 0.l p.m.
while Bradford Coach: r It. Hut- >.l, M.4 tw-t-.li II. or c.,in 0Or the runnerups. Bradford goes out of Frosh Tornadoes In last week's defeat the Baby Tornadoes f
cheson said nrmeman Timmie Tyson! .... .._...
.I. II o.D.IpMM d town this weekend to Grecn.Cove. jumped out to a 6-0 lend when ./l" J Obituaries
., .y
'
did an outstanding} )job on defense ***C..OMMp. >l MUHI.ku.t' I* Springs:"""" tailback Scott Hudson, whd'7ed'thE '

Losers 1st Time Out team with 89 yards rushing on eight flew Merle L Packham. Sr.. 55
carries scored on a 35 yard run In

the first period. Penalties then Rev. Merle L. Packham Sr.. age
Host HawthorneBradford started taking their toll on BHS. The 55, -Theressa died Thursday after: :"

.... Baby Tornadoes took the ball at the noon in North Florida Hospital after a
--- GHS 20 their
High's freshman team on next possession but lingering illness. Rev. Packham was
opened its 1979 season on the wrong were marched back 62 yards on born at Theressa on May 24, 1924. His
end of a 36-6 game with Baldwin's penalties said Coach Ben Moxley. parents were the late W.W. and Gertrude -
ninth graders last Tuesday night In GHS drove the ball in from the 20 to Triest Packham. He was an Ar
Starke. earn a halftime tie. my veteran ofW II. Rev. Packham
This week the frosh Tornadoes host In the second half Gainesville was pastor of Hope Baptist Church
Hawthorne for a 7 p.m. game at scored' twice more to claim the win. from 1950 to 1954. He moved to Hampton -- .
:$ Bradford Field Tuesday night. Oct. 'We were In. it all the way, and and was pastor of the Hampton, .
"
should have won the game, Moxley Baptist ,Church from late 1954 and ,
9."This was the first football game said Monday. "We feel like they 1955. He moved back to Hope Church1-" ,
(! for most of these kids and they had really only had one legitimate and was there as Pastor from 1956 to. '
some jitters at first but they settled touchdown. On both their scores in 1958. Rev. Packham then moved to. .
down and did a pretty good Job," the second half we had the quarter Haines City where he was pastor of ". .
said Freshman Coach Malachi back sacked but as he was falling Eastside Baptist Church from 1959 to '
Henry after his squad's opener. down he handed it to a halfback 1960. He came back to Theressa ,

"We'll go back to work on the basics blocking for him. We didn't contain where he was pastor of Hope Baptist,. ,.;
this week. These young guys have them on either play and they broke. Church until his death. He helped .
positive attitudes so it shouldn't be a 'em for long runs. dedicate the New Hope Church in "
problem to get 'em ready for harder "The penalties lust killed us." 1977, .r
battles ahead." "Overall though, the defense was Survivors Include: his wife Marjorie .
Tommy Thompson scored the only really Improved The kids are learn- Hall Packham; two sons Merle
Bradford touchdown on a fumble ing and that's the main thing. We L. (Buddy) Packham Jr. and Mat.
recovery scooping up a Baldwin like to win but our main objective"is thew Packham both of Theressa; one
miscue and running the ball in from to supply the varsity with quality. daughter. Mrs. Ann Phillips,
the 10 for the score. Coach Henry Hudson drew praise from Moxley Palatka; three brothers William and
singled out the hard running of back for his first efforts at tailback (he Herbert Packham,.both of Jackson-' "

WithFarmer's Curtis Jones, and the defensive playof alternated with Kenny Davis in ville and George Packham of An'i-; :
linebacker John Bennett and place of Injured Randy Parado), as chorage Alaska; four sisters, Mrs. ,
defensi\tackle Jeff Rube as bright did defensive end Barry Reddish, Kathleen Dennison, Gainesville Mrs.
spots in the opener adding that cornerback who Moxley said played his best Margaret Williams Starke Mrs.
Barry Johnston and Larry game of the'year. Emmett Watkins Ethel Jarrell, Jacksonville and Mrs. "
& ]Dealer's'Bank Long played well. also was singled out for his work at Hazel Van Epps of Merritt Island; .
linebacker and 40 yards rushing. and six grandchildren.

Funeral services were held Sunday,
Sept 30 at 2 p.m. in the Hope Baptist .
Church with Rev, Pat Murphy Rev,
Leamon Ward Rev. Harry Varnadoeand
Rev Edgar Wilkinson officiating.
Interment followed in the family plot roar
In Hope Cemetery with DeWitt C: ', >

395 W. Main St. 496.2101 Jones Funeral Home In charge of arrangements. .()
'
In lieu of flowers dona- ;?
r tions may be made to Hope Baptist

Lake Butler, FloridaMEMBER Church building fund.

F.D.I.C. I Mrs. May'.Powell M

Mrs May Fl! Powell, age 86, of 1133
E Brownlee St., Starke, died In the
Bradford County Hospital Tuesday

Earn The Highest Interest Rates Allowed By Law I She morning was born following In South a lingering Carolina illness., Feb.

28. 1893 moving to Starke over 70
years ago. Mrs. Powell was the widow
Six Months Money Market Certificates 10.327 % of Mr. Luther G. Powell. She operateda
florist in Starke for over 30 years '
b beginningThurs. retiring In 1955. At the time of her ,
i: ((10,000OOMinimum; ) Week 10-4-79 Thru death she was a member of the United .'

Daughters of the Confederacy '
Wed. 0-10-79 PENALTY' On wlttidrt/ "' i.". pflei io maturity a penalty/ of 3 month on e rMici,., .,.o of pit j member of the Starke Woman's Club,' -

I yoar of (I.... and 9 month p.n lly for cwtlflelatoo pvf t y..' on the amount withdraw' ,- and member of the First Baptist
'II required '" f I Church.

Four Year Money Market Certificates::* Survivors Include: three sisters,
I Miss Etta Fripp and Miss Louise "
.
: Month of October 1979 ; ', &:25% Fripp. both of Columbia, S.C and
Mrs Ada F.
Wollenburg of Farm ..
Ington, Conn.
'
One Year 'S \'':: ; Funeral services for Mrs. Powell
I Certificate of Deposit t" % r4. .. .. /; .\ ,;) 'co will be held at;ll00; a.m. Thursday
%# I .,' ; ., .,its\. .:. (iR, ;, I" (today), Oct.\ 4, In the First 8aptlstchurd1
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f ; > .f' t. : i/i/: .. .........oj. with the pastor Rev.
Passbook Savings' 'i' ; 5.25% ,. Ben P.
Bryant, officiating. Interment
'. will be
"
;; ', I iy ,. I"i 2 Does it Rain Every Friday Night? In the family plot in Crosby Lake

k Subject to penalty for early iNilhdrawat ( Cemetery, with arrangements under
j : 4j' The umbrella In the foreground tell the story as Bradford Hlgti cheerleader!! the direction' of DeWitt C. Jones
alb and BUS football players perform In the rain' against Santa F.. Funeral Home.
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I Duck & Coot Season OpensThe --0 Hunting CalendarTALLAHASSEE r I Chance for Bear OfferedLAKE I



197SWO duck and coot season Waterfowl hunters 14 of The' Game and Dee. 13.Third and final of dove'
years age phase CITY..ProlMbly the most bear available from the Commission's
wUl begin at one-half hour before permit,
and
Fresh Water Fish Commission has
over must have
sunrise 1V7D40 Federal season opens. unique of aU Florida hunting Lake office, In addition j
on Wednesday, Nov. 21, the opportunities City
Migratory released the dater for theItJ7It..IIO
Waterfowl Stamp before following Jan. 6 Deer, wild hog. bear and
Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission is the chance at a black bear, to a valid hunting license. A$2.50 permit
announced.The hunting ducks. The ".110 stamp Is hunting season. turkey season ends In Northeast Cen and that opportunity will commenceOct. Is available for children: under 15

season will again be split Into available In from the U.S. Post Office. Oct. 6 First phase of dove season tral South and Everglades regions: Sin the Osceola National Forest. years of age.Stafford .
addition, Florida third of dove
has phase ends.
a waterfowl season
opens. termed the bear hunt t
two phases, the first
Dec. 2 with the second phase running until stamp which will be required for the Oct. 7 Deer hound training opens. Jan. 20 Duck and coot season ends. According to the Florida Game and "unique" In that a harvestable bear
Dec. 14 and continuing through starting Jan. first time this year. It Is available for :Oct. 25 Deer hound training ends in Jan. 21 Special scaup (bluebill) Fresh Water Fish Commission population occured in so few areas of f.
$3.25 from any county tax collector's the Everglades and Northeast season opens. Wildlife Biologist Steve Stafford the Florida. At the present time only the :
20.Once office and is required for hunters Jan. 27 Deer, wild hog and turkey
again Florida will be under bet- regions. dates for the special nine-day season Apalachicola and Osceola Forest sup- I,
point season with the daily limit a ween the ages of 15 and M. Oct. 26 Primitive weapons season season ends in Northwest Region. are Oct. 5-7, Oct. 12- 14 and Oct. 19- port harvestable bear populations.
reached when the point value of the opens in Everglades and Northeast Jan. 31 Special scaup season ends. 21. Hunting will be permitted'! only Stafford reminded hunters that

last bird taken when added to the sum regions Feb.Special primitive weapons on- within the National Forest, with legalgame bear taken during the special hunts
of the other birds already taken that Waterfowl Oct. 28 Primitive weapons season ly season opens in Northwest Region. limited to black bear weighing mutt be checked at the Lake City \
day reaches or exceeds 100. ends In Everglades and Northeast Feb. Woodcock season ends. in excess of 100 pounds. regional office. Bears which will be
Steel shot will be required In additional Stamp regions: deer hound training season Feb. 17 Special primitive weapons Hunters wishing to participate In transported out of Columbia or Baker 'I
areas this year for those hun ends In remainder of state. only season ends in NorthwestRegion. the hunt must possess a special$10.00 counties must be tagged.
.
waterfowl Nov. 4 First phase of dove season
ting with a 12-gauge ContestWildlife ends. Feb. 24 Snipe season ends.
shotgun. Lead shot may be used .9 Mar. 1-Spring turkey gobbler season
statewide in Nov Common (Florida) gallinule
shotguns of legal gauge and marsh hen season ends. opens south of State Road SO. I I
either smaller artists urged to begin
or larger than are Primitive Hunts Still On
12-gauge. preparation to enter the first Florida Nov. 10 Start of deer,wild hog,quail, Mar. 8 Spring turkey gobbler season Weapon I
north of State Road 50 to the -
turkey and squirrel season in opens
Steel shot waterfowl Contest.
areas are: that Stamp
of
Brevard County lying east portion of 1-95 Everglades South Central and Nor- eastern boundary of Jefferson Coun TALLAHASSEESunday, Sept. 30 dition. there will be a special preseason
Osceola, Broward, Dade and Glades; The Game and Fresh Water Fish theast regions: start of snipe season: ty.Mar. marks the end of the statewide archery primitive weapons only seasonIn
counties; Leon County (exclusive of Commission will be conducting the bear may be taken In Baker and Columbia 9 Quail and squirrel season season, but primitive weapons the Everglades and Northeast
Lake Talquin and the OchlockoneeRiver contest to determine the design for counties: second phase of dove closes statewide. enthusiasts should not pack away regions from Oct. 36 through Oct 28,
); Lake Mlccosukee In Leon and the 1980-81 Florida Waterfowl Stamp, season opens statewide. Mar. 15 Spring turkey gobbler their weapons.There is still a wide ar affecting private hunting lands.
Jefferson counties Lake and said Colonel Robert M. Brantly,Com Nov. 17.Start of deer,wild hog, quail, season opens in Northwest Region. ray of primitive hunting opportunities Persons wishing to participate In
Lake Lochloosa In;Alachua Orange mission executive director. and squirrel season in Northwest Mar. 23 Spring turkey gobbler available on the state's wildlife the management area hunts will be
County. Region: fall turkey season opens season closes south of State Road 50. management areas. required to have a valid hunting

..._............ .. u. .._...., "The Commission wiU be accepting (local exceptions turkey gobblers Mar. 30 Spring turkey gobbler The Game and Fresh Water Fish license management area stamp and
The office of Tax Collector J.R. Kel- entries from Nov. 1 until 5 p.m. Dec. only In Leon, Gadsden and Jefferson season closes north of State Road 50 to Commission reports several management a muzzle loader or archery permit. J
ly reminds local hunters that a state 14," Brantly said. "Selection of the counties, no fall open season in remainder the eastern boundary of Jefferson areas will have archery, Residents over 65 years of age are exempt
water fowl stamp will be required in winning entry will be made at the first of Northwest Region counties County. muzzleloading or primitive weapons from hunting license requirements ,
addition to the regular duck hunting Commission meeting following the ). Apr. 6 Spring turkey gobbler season hunts open prior to the November and children under the a
stamp for the upcoming hunting Dec. 14 deadline and the winner will Nov. 21 Duck and coot season opens closes in Northwest Region. start of the general gun season. In ad- age of 15 are exempt, except from the '
be announced at that time." one-half hour before sunrise. purchase of an underage manage- '
season. -------
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---- Nov. 25-Second phase of dove season ment area stamp.
For complete contest rules artists ends. Complete hunting information In- Those wildlife management areas .,
may contact the Waterfowl Stamp Dec. 2 First phase ol duck and coot cluding shooting hours and bag limits Safety Course Offered with special: pre-season archery hunts P
.JFuttd Started for Contest Coordinator, Game and season ends. la available from Commission officesin after September 30 are:

Fresh Water Fish Commission, 620 Dec. 8 Woodcock season opens. Panama City Tallahassee, Lake Camp Standing portion) Clay t
Hospitalized Car Racer South Meridian Street Tallahassee, Dec. 14 Second phase duck and coot City, Ocala. Lakeland, West Palm JACKSONVILLE you like hun- Co. Oct. 13-14.20-21. f
Fla. 32301. season opens. Beach and Miami. ting or just the great outdoors, then RaifordTract, Baker Co. Oct.6-14 iGuana
you will want to attend the Hunter-
MADISON Fla. Freinds of stock Earlier this year, Daytona Beach Safety course being offered by the
River,St.Johns Co. Oct.6-21
car driver Don Williams of Madison, artist Bob and Fresh Water Fish
Binks painting of a pair of Florida Game Tomoka,Volusla Co. Oct.20-Nov.4 i
seriously injured In an accident while .
green-winged teal In flight was Commission.The
competing in the Daytona Sportsman chosen by the Commission to adorn Wild Hogs NOT Legal Game In SteinhatcheeLAKE topics will Include wildlife Joe Budd, Gadsden) Co.Special(
permit required
300 last February, have started a fundto te initial 1979-80 state waterfowl management and identification survival quota Oct.9-11.16-18,23-25 .
help pay mounting medical expenses ft'a.np.The. and first-aid, landowner.
The Steinhatchee South area hunt Nov.9-11,16-18,23-25
CITY..The Florida Game laws
$3.25 stamp In addition to the listed wild hogs as sportsman relations, game ,
Williams has never regained con- and Fresh Water Fish Commission map Incorrectly firearm safety and others. This
$7.50 federal stamp is now required of legal The Commission regrets Those wildlife management areas j
sciousness and has been hospitalizedsince would like to remind primitive game. course Is required in 27 states including
hunters who take waterfowl In the inconvenience this error with special muzzleloading hunt
the accident. Recent im weapons enthusiasts who plan to hunt any may Georgia and some Provinces gun
provements his condition state. Conceived and supported by Stelnhatchee South that wild hogs have caused. are: j
prompted of Canada. The course is also required -
Florida's waterfowl hunters the state Oct. 20.21,27.26-Avon Park, Polk and
In this \
movement from
a Jacksonville are not legal game area. if you are planning to hunt the
stamp was approved the Highlands counties.Oct. _
by 1979
the
hospital to Madison Hospital. Merrltt Island Wildlife Refuge here in
Florida Legislature and will be 27-ZS.Nov. 3-4 Camp Blanding
Donations should be mailed to The
: Florida.
available on or before Oct. 1 at county (portion). Clay County.
Don Williams
Fund
P.O. Box 652, Participants who complete thecourse
tax collectors' offices. Oct. 6-28 Brown's Farm, Palm
Madison 32340. will receive certification valid
.
Beach .
County.Oct.
.
.:. ''' Jj :\\r, CJ ,;J. ZL.- lhrou out the United States and 6.28J.W Corbett Palm Beach
$<. "' Canada. The class schedule Is as .
: '- a
County.
.. 1/1'
follows:
,', :' '; Oct. 6-28 Everglades/Holeyland,
r. ., Jacksonville: Broward and Dade counties.
I -
D i )e..: ': v ] Ed White School Oct.6-7 9a.m.-5p.m. '
D : .., Oct. 6-28 Rotenberger, Palm BeachCounty. .
R''' .' .' Orange Park Oct.2,9,16 6:30: -lOpm. .
''' EnglewoodHlgh Oct.
,' '
". 1 : 31017.,., '. ','. 6:30-10p.m.: Col-her f'
..
$ ;'If.'I'iII'I'" '''' '-'-'''' Ja w" I'f' -. \ / ndupy' "'>, .....
Callahan: Oct. 27-28 Bull Creek, Osceola Coun-
West Nassau High Oct.5 7-10 p.m.
ty. ",
West Nassau High Oct. fla.m5p. Oct. 27-28, Nov. 3-4-Guana River,St.
., The course is open to men, women Johns County.
"' and children 10 years of age and Wildlife !
Manage-
Nov. 9 Interlachen A The Apalachicola
BRADFORD HIGH SCHOOL a older. For further information, con- ment Area in Leon, Wakulla and ;
VARSITY FOOTBALL Nov. 16 Crescent City II tact the Lake City regional office at Uberty counties will have a special

1979 0 3S3- 331 or toll free at 1-800-342-8105. primitive weapons (muzzleloader or r

JUNIOR VARSITY archery) hunt from Oct. 20 throughNov. I

GAME'TIME 7:30( 4.Maps. ;
GAME TIME'S:00Sept. : 35 MPr, and regulations for these I
Sept 8 Hawthorne ,6.0Sept uNsfa rsrl' wildlife management areas, as well

13 Lake Butler 2.0( as general hunting and fishing regulations -

7 Macclenny lft-0 Sept. 20 Intl'rlachl'n 12.28 .Lj : are available from Commission ;1
Sept II Kastside 7-39 offices locates in Pensacola, Panama !

Sept. 21 Palatka 20-3i( Sept. 27 St. -+ City, Tallahassee, Lake City, Ocala. -,

AugustineD&B-52-6) Some scientist once predicted Lakeland, West Palm Beach and r
2MI(
Sept. 28 Santa Fe ", '
Oct.4 OPEN \ t // m47 // that speeds over Miami. II'
Oct. 5 Augustine A I 1 30 miles per hour were
.,,, I
Oct. IKTh( ) jameMille ,\ Oct II P.K. Yongeti ;.II bad for one's health '

Oct 18 OPEN ,
Oct. 19 Ocala Forest A ,-.. Oct. 25 Lake Butler ANo:1 L....SutUr Pep Warnerm I t'
Oct. 26 BuchhoU II Hawthorne ..,'' A *....... Schedule. J'

Nov. 2 Ocala Vanguard IIC '" 301 N. I.,
TeemCedetOF'JFWNe. Team CedeiJPW 964-7478 {
Nov. 9 OPEN Dairij 'IJ
I telcemJPWNe. Junior PeeWee Starke, Fla.
Nov. 16 Live Oak II -
S1 : .
1'1.1-
,. S Inn* PW PeeWee '
MM-.... I Dolphin' JM Junior Midge Queen ::1'Ii !

JUNIOR VARSITY MM.No.I"eerAecletlen 10 '
0/13 MM IM.I Aw.,
GAME TIME 7:30 :: ,, JI"W 0'.1 Awoy 1

Sept 18 Eastklde "H-44 UNION HIGH SCHOOL I"W 0' Aw.., 1:30 'I
616 t "" '. \ IM.MM .... 1...._. I,',' ,. JM 0' Awey .130 "
Sept. 27 Gainesville 1 1'.1", .-.-VARSITY., FOOTBALL MM .... ....... .,.. 'el ':' 10/20 MM Gel Home 4 ,
Oct. 4 St. Augustine II /f''i' 1979 : ."i .' I Coda 1 ". <.' JI"W K Hom. 10 :
t ti I'. ,'t V .elMeo'OP : .' 12 R'MP'
Oct. 10W( ) Palatka A ', t Ji 1M.- It' I"W K Hom. SJ H" l
Orenee P.11' ..,. 1'':" JM K Hom. 2GCS"
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Oct. 18 Ocala Vanguard. II GAME TIME 8:00,( Oreen Cev*Spring I I. ., f-\\ 10/27 MM IM-I A", .., 0

Oct. 25 Palatka II it M MMeleevrg. "" .\ : JI"W M Awey'', I l
K .lCeyMofte ;" PW Gel Away 10 I
Oct. 30 Buchhol* A Aug. 31 RaM Jamboree at /.
a' Or.N.rd c.wMpf' JM GCS Awey 12
Nov. 8 Macclenny A E1rieflaedSept. U Unto ......s nil UNION HOMECOMING 26 Delicious ; 1

S P.K. Yongl' 0.21 ," MM( OP-I HomeHome 10 Fa-Only
,
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Ninth GradeOct. Sepi.14. Cross City ,113Sep& ." '; JPW OP5PW 2 13 SHRIMP : Jf10'C
;.ABM Home
Hawthorne II &: l Chl nand; 0.7 '\\1'.. ,I JM'>", BMtM Home 4 $179 '

Oct. 16 Gainesville A Sep'. za WIIII.ton i : .' t;;: 621Oct. MM' Away 12 '11/10 PW":" a Awey 10 f1\0S Y
To b filled 'IIC iv HN B A", .., 12 .
Oct. 23 5 Santa Fe \ IPW a ft Away ,
Nov. Baker Co. A 107 MM M 1 A.....,.., 2 11/17 MM,> BJPW ....... 10 ezCO0 :,.a
Od.1Z OPEN JPW. MAway 4 ,( ,{ GCS ....... 4 \I '
Od.I' Kl'y.tonem.. H PW M Away 4 ""j> PW'.' a Hom. 12 ,
.
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()ct,26 Jasper .' "A ', JMM' Awey I' ,JAM B 'Hom. 2 I
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KEYSTONE HEIGHTS .
Nov. 2 l\Iontlcl'lJo. a .

HIGH SCHOOL Jl'lrl'non Co. II

V AI\SITY' FOOTBALL ,,' NoHawthoml' .AN.v,16 [

1979 ." Newberry A Maka Your Building Like New With Simulate IriekIfe I


GAME TIME: 8:00 '' .' .,' I r J li
.." JUNIOR VARSITY ,
,
.
< GAME TIME Do f ;
Sept. l Hawthorne Son ,' 7:30 We :
Sept_ 0
Santo FeSept.

Sept 21 14 'P.K Crow. Yonge City I4"MSept. "-7Sept 13 Keystone Ills, '?:,,\ : :\w i : .SHELL HOMES COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS ,r !

8ep ze
U Chieland'( lots Newberry 7-zt ,. I ,

Oct. S ttlllUlon A Sept. 27 Hawthorne M .BARNS j 't
}d. 1 OPEN o' GARAGES ; I Ito
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Oct. 12 Newberry M ,. ,:
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Oct. it ", '
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Oct. l' Lake Butler A lalerlachen H 'p.'tli'; :'>,. i I .

Oct.26 OPEN Oct IS Cklefland II Ii,

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