Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/01727
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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 11, 1979
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:01727
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Dernocratic' : Caucus BRADFORD CQ r

0-, .. SINCE 1879 O*

To Elect Delegates ;

Carter and Kennedy supporter will Carter defeated Gov.'George Wallace defeating Wallace In the straw ballot. 'II'
be about evenly divided<< on the ballot and went on to a national win, has at Orlando politicoes have come toL ,
when Bradford County Democrats developed into serious business attach more and more Importance to ,>:;
caucus at noon Saturday, Oct. 13, to although it has no actual affect this first test of voting strength of prospective '.,
elect two delegates and three alternates (except psychological) on the way the candidates In the presidedj The Sweetest Strawberries This# Side of Heaven
to the State Convention in St. state's delegation votes at the national Ual sweepstakes. .' .

Petersburg Delegates Nov.chosen 17-18.Saturday will But convention.since Carter received his first ear The ly-on draft-Kennedy saw the straw poll organisers as a factor >'. I '..i Section UlUYear STAKKE.FLORIDA 25 Cents Copy
,'; 12th Issue Thursday,October It, It7t USPSM2-7M
real boost In the 1978 election by ',\
participate in a presidential (s.e page 3A) _
reference straw vote that has attracted
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nationwide attention as the ', '
first test of strength between Incumbent '. '. '... ..
President Carter and ,
unannounced candidate Edward Ken- ,.; I, Million
nedy. Although the straw vote has no .,: i '01. $3.6 Budget
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binding effect on the nomination of .. ".". ,Y" :'
either man, the big guns have been '. '. ,. ,., ",.'. ,"" "
rolled out on both B.delln an effort to ': ., *:' ',.. .v? 1 ;1 I

boost their man into top position. .. .w; "" '''''' ',,' StarkeIn
With nine delegate candidates on ",, "')i'J'' ( Approved for
the ballot to be used here Saturday, .t1,,'" ,qo1'1'! .:
five have stated their preference for '" ( .I"
Carter, and four for Kennedy. Carter '" "/.", "
supporters are Earl F. Jones, Robert ... ,. :t

W. Milner, Jr., George H. Pierce, Initial
Sandra (Sandy) Sanders, and Cecelia .W. Workshop
Terwillegar. Kennedy supporters are
Mansell Ayer Dudley P. Hardy, "
Blaine Thompson and Glenda M. A $3.8 million 1979-80 spending bill was tentatively approved by Starke commissioners -

Young. \ .,;,-,,,,,,.,' Tuesday night at their first budget meeting-with the stipulation that
Three alternates will also be City Clerk Merrill Edwards balance the budget which is $176,789 out of whack.
elected at this time, but each voter f y Commissioners Vernon Silcox Charles Schaefer and Ted Oglesby comprised
may vote for only two names. The two 1 y't the quorom and Police Chief Jimmy Bowen came as an observer. Commissioners
candidates having the highest total of Harold Epps and Wilbur Waters were absent.
votes will be delegates, and the next Commissioners directed Edwards to balance the $3.8: million
three highest will be named alternates ,.. ing a five to six percent increase in electricity, sewer and.water revenue.

wards had figured$1.790.972 for electricity: $142,486 for water sales, and$136,368
Any Democrat registered in Brad for sewer. He admitted there is usually a three to 10 percent Increase in utilities
ford County it eligible to vote In the revenue each year.
caucus, and It is not necessary to pre- The Increase takes into account the growth In the Starke and It does not mean
sent registration cards since Geneva higher! rate for consumers, Edwards said.

Flynn, supervisor of registration, or a
deputy of her office will be present to The '79-80 budget .Is up over last actually added to the budget had not
check names on the official registration been calculated.
year's ".4 million budget, with Income
list. t'.t" '' estimated to be up by $39.249. Federal revenue sharing funds are
Any candidate who desires to do so Revenue for the general fund is down down this year, totaling 188.958-down
will be allowed one minute to speak in from last year's $950,413 to $930.471. by 6000. Most of the federal money is
behalf of his candidacy for delegate. Power plant and electric department earmarked for street and sidewalk
Voting will start promptly at 12 noon, f expenditures are expected to repair, with the remainder to be

and continue for as long as necessary. ;rise from $L.$million this year to $1.7 divided the electric, recreation
t .. among
Mi .W'f k +
Bradford .will have n
County seven water
Y million next year. .Water department departments.
votes at the November convention. In appropriations are also expected Commissioners requested no cuts
addition to the two delegates elected Increase, but operation of the sewer and commended Edwards on' his
Saturday there will be four' who 'plant and gas department .*. expected "good Job" with the budgetary
automatically become delegates to cost less, accordiaff to thebudget figures They did have few suggestions
because of their party position. These ,. .; however.
are: Lucile Green/chairman, and A jump in the cost of telephones and Schaefer pointed out that just

E.L. Matthews, vice-chairman: of the other ,utilities, as well at,'Insurance because the money is there (on
Bradford County Democratic Executive and payroll taxes win account for paper) doesn't mean the departmentscan
Committee; James V. most of the anticipated increase in administrative spend It. "If they start getting out
(Jimmy) Crosby, Jr., State Commit- ''coats next year, which of line, we'll just put a lid on it right

teeman, and Desta Dyal, State Com- will rise from $203,000 to $258,000. away."
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mitteewoman. The streets and recreation departments -
Schaefer also that
Th e'seyent h delegate 'will be 'Guyotndrew" The Grass Ain 9t Greener Jt9s Blue!' show substantial drops in the of hiring another suggested fire chief to-
who Tuesday an
,. proposed budget, while operating expenses replace Eldon Sapp,who Is resigning
appointment as delegate from Congressmen
Ii for the police and. sanitation simply promote the assistant fire .
Don Fuqua who, like other ,.,Jje0&rtments) be, chief and hire another fireman. :
Florida the.:,$tateCabinetflembers ',The strains. of bluegrass. weekend In i.ayvtey. ntUirasS'Orl"In'tM.1. ; i.
Congressmen. ., 'fiddUn' ... '! .;; n. ..>>.: ;. '_..1._ i roedwratfn'- InCreaSlngJ5, ._ caUIA'dtapaJ' Uwl.v"_ "j
; and Governor BonyGlah1iT11 / atialyalell........., '}" ;;. I.N .D'l fs'.tr' urt.llp anf own ; ..... -.or.."r"" C.3wtyb ;' 'Ii'II"' "!; cal' tkpartmt. : a chief I and an assistants-It's, .. chief """
;nrvrthe privilege of naming re"erber8ted'acr08 the the I, ( iU1 Monroe consieredth'b $12,580, and the sewer department's and captain" Schaefer said.
east coast
five delegates each. Andrews, field as people' came father of the expenses are up by 9861. Commissioners agreed but made no
who had previously planned to run for .- their mobile Funds for the North Florida
with their cowboy hats styf' zed'string music formal motion to promote the assis
elected withdrew his
an position, homes for the three Regional Planning Council comprehensive -
tant fire chief, Bobby Lewis, to fire
and lawnchalrs the whlcft from European
from the ballot after his came by sprang
name ap- plan totaling $7,300 were
lest-the chief.
day largest, If action Is taken, the $122,968
i pointment. hundreds to the In the state-to folk muslcvA banjo, eliminated from the upcoming budget figure for expenses will undergo some
Altogether. In the state, there will Ninth Annual Florida State fiddle, steed guitar because they've 'already been accounted changes.In .
be 879 elected delegates, and 838 Bluegrass Festival this fiddle, stomp and yodel. bass, mandolln are combinedto for in last year's budget, Edwards
automatic or appointed.The explained.A a digression from the budget
mike the music
practice of presidential' $10,000 request from the sewer discussion Mayor-Commissioner
preference straw balloting, started at mainly Instrumental, that department for a sprocket chain for Silcox suggested that a committee be

the 1976! state convention, where, -"- ".... I J..... .... was named after the the pull in the sewer plant was added formed to act as a liaison between the
bluegrass of Kentucky. Into the sewer department expenses department heads and the city.
-T : Monroe characterized bringing their total to sni,465-up Silcox said instead of department
over last year's 108059. heads always going to the city clerk
iTJjrSiiuwifrCcrSHS!: bluegrass music as "the Another $10,000 request from the or citizens complaining to commissioners -
most Cleanest music maintenance garage to build a shelterwas the committee could meet

there 'Is... there's approved by commissioners. with the department heads once a

..../. no sex or filth ,)KiThe only other major request was month to keep abreast of matters, as
an across-the-board five percent well as straighten out problems.
.... in It.
> '...
,; "; salary,Increase for city employees. Oglesby and Schaefer agreed and
.1"' Edwards said a lump sum figure to again, no formal action was taken to
,! f" ;" The music, of co'urse, determine how many dollars the hike form the committee. '
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wasn't the only
L,'1' r"', attraction. There was

l "t'lI !\.<,... T-shirts food to eat and, hats records to Water Works Set At Hampton I

buy. and people to Hampton Council members Four bids
\) were were opened on the street
look a{. told Tuesday night that work should paving contract, but acting mayor
start within the next three to four' Ted Curtis
suggested delaying action
., '. r Ken :Clark, the festival'spromoter weeks on their new $I 2,000 water until after the next budget meeting on
'' < )ke f' :4'hp said about 1,400 system, financed by an FmHA loan. Oct. 15. Bids received were: John C. j
; '
: \ '
th/1flr.,2s.l.blr..1J! i'1" peoplexame: to FmHA engineer ask- Hipps. $22.900; Columbia Paving

Vanity' Football 0.". .n:;" :. enjoy the three daysof ed the council to approve a $48,500 Inc..$19,129; Vallencourt raving Co..
1:00: P.M. '.. When change order to provide for a new $20,500; and V.E. Whitehurst. 17180.
SHS..Oalnatvlllo High music-making. supply well, and also decide how Kelly suggested that the paving
Florida fI.ld asked If the Otter Springs many water hydrants they want and project be delayed until after water

Bluegrass festival hurt what water lines they wish to extend lines were laid for the new system

..L.2sL.lL Lawtey at all Clark within the limits of the $200.829 con- '
Covorod Dish Svppor4iOO replIetHNo. didn't struction budget. Also to be determined -
P.M.followed by whether the city wants to use six-
C....Wolk ot K''..,.,., .;:, hurt us at all... .inch or four-inch pipe for the system, Man Injured
Uho Civic C....., .:.. In fact, probably helped." Kelly said. ,\
I' Y In other business at the brief one-
J!lom1 sL-Qcn II One observer commented hour session, council awarded the In Accident 'I

SIDIWAIK bySophemor. ,\ "This is the next garbage and trash collection contractto \ i

.C''..... {I!.... best thing to the GrandOP the low) bidder, Bradford Garbage A 30-year-old truck driver was pinned '
Old. Con........Squoro '. Service,for $271: per month. In the cab of his tractor-trailer: rig t '
House (in I
,..M.-4 p.m, Opry for more than 20 minutes Friday .
.. ... Nashville Tenn). I afternoon when his truck overturned
CorWothtWa* F come every year.., on U.S. 301 In front of the 301 Quik i

Starko wo_..') Club 0 ain't never been to Accident Causes Stop. )ti
"Forking. lot Nashville Duane David Groves of Baldwin,
.iPO..M.-4:00,..... though. suffered two broken ribs and a traffic
....... Power OutageA citation for careless driving after his
FRIIO CHICKEN DINNERS +nr t .r iNly, northbound rig swerved to avoid hitting
Bradford Squoro-t..M.KIT an unknown vehicle In front of
late afternoon accident: : Monday
Stark.llor. wont to pay
bock toH of tf.Ip to NEVI I caused power outage for more thanan him.Estimated damage to the vehicle
hour when Chevrolet driven
a 1979
Softball Towrnomont'In St.lowli which was hauling. timber, was
TiId by Kathy Andrea Taylor, 19, hit a $12,190.!

M.4t..Oct. ISI'b' V power pole on Church and Madison After the rescue unit team the
Streets in Starke.
Florida Highway Patrol and Hurst's
SIk.H. Ms. Taylor, of 716 Cypress St., was
Wrecker Service to extricate!
Dinner at 7
p.m. 7 westbound on S.R. 100 when she lost
''t' Groves. he was taken to Bradford :
Mooting of 5p.m. f t rii
.. control of her vehicle, swerved and County Hospital where he remained
i hit the pole. She was treated and ;
for two days.
Jftt.u,Oct. W.
released from the Bradford. County
SMS Pip Mooting Hospital.
1330,.M. OAS Gym i
lack'.$ h.al Night'h Estimated damage to the vehicle Is Index., ... !

} 4 $900.Electricity was off Monday afternoon I :,
Courtesy)ofJACKSJM'S : 'o''. n on the south side of Call Street SECTIONAL V\ ,. ."',
and down US-301 and in of south
a F't parts '
Society..PagesIA-IA ,
IlflliNGslrn' Starke half. from an hour to an hour'and a Editorial. .. j. *t..4*' "?, ..,.

Of Starke. Another line, down, Ntwt..... . .r.,..j A-A&12A t
power was L"'I l A Xtel B.... n' !: aye 11A, I ',
Wednesday afternoon and electricityoff :

H/30i .S 964-6078 In a part of. south Starke behind SECTION Bt I

Kayctono HolahWHw Piggly-Wiggly. No further Information Sport Pat.*1S.2.,4B-oa.at ,.
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Lengthy Agenda School Board;.Monday NightImportant '


decisions and a lengthy the Food Research and Action Center.A panacea but It certainly would help." Board members discussed whetheror '
agenda face Bradford school board group pushing for the breakfast He added the program would be not to fund the Bradford County r c 1
members when they meet Monday, program, Adequate Breakfast for All beneficial Just by providing a choice- Health Department the .,000 It has
Oct. IS,at 7 p.m. in the administration Children (ABC), claims the programIs allowing those who really need It the requested. The school board paid the
building on N. Temple Ave. necessary for those children from opportunity to eat a nutritional Health Department $7.500 last year.
Votes on a school breakfast program poor homes, or homes where the breakfast. Supt. Casey told the board the State
athletic supplements. Increased mother works, or broken homes. As Those opposing the program say Its Department of Education has funded
funding for a countywide band one ABC member claimed "It's a not the money so much as it.la the Idea health departments across the state

program, extra-curricular supplements God-given right of every parent to of creeping socialism. $2.5 million for school related services .
a decision on continuing an make sure their children are fed." One school board member strongly primarily In grades K-3.
18,000 contribution to the Bradford, Another faction of the ABC group in opposed. Pat Spongier, said the pre "1 don't even question that they do
County Health Department, and a the Brooker community feel the Issue gram would lead to the further us good service, said Supt. Casey,
contribution to recover Bradford has become an issue of poor versus breakdown of the family unit adding. did so even before they
High tennis courts await the board rich. "A child needs to know that he can were .
members. "The rich people don't care at be fed at home..the security of being
Most of the programs were discussed all..they couldn't care less what happens taken care of needs to come from the
at length at a Sept 24 work session. to these kids from poor homer not the school" Mrs. Spongier Board attorney Jess Wolbert caw
The school breakfast program was families." said Lydia Polk, a motherof explained tioned that the health department
discussed at length then, and extracurricular three. Others have said the program will cannot be paid by the school board for
supplements have been "They're concerned about using lead to more federal aid programs, service that by state law is the
hashed over by the board several their tax dollars for t thls..but they'rethe like serving dinner. Or it will instill a responsibility of the health depart
times. ( government) gonna use it for feeling of "free riding or "Why ment. He said the board could pay the
The breakfast program. which has something else if not this," said should I work when the government health department for specific services
been turned down in the previous another mother of three Judy will take care of me?" says one not prescribed to the HD by Drigger supporters offer congratulation at end of trial.
three years by school board Cauthen. teacher Jean Clark, a first grade state law. The board received an
members, is still opposed by most The parents In Brooker said they teacher at Hampton Elementary audit criticism on the payment once
school officials.A just want the school board to try the One educator in favor of the program before, the attorney pointed out.
nutritional breakfast If it is to breakfast program on a trial basis. is Superintendent Tom Casey Casey pointed out the board Is
receive federal reimbursement, must They would like to see the program in He says he doesn't believe In letting a entering into a new era with the state Driggers Acquitted
consist of one-half pint of milk one- one or two schools, "just to see how It child go hungry,and has "no reserva- Health and Rehabilitative Services
half cup of fruit or vegetable juice, goes." tlons' about supporting the program.. Department.
one slice of whole-grain toast or A spokesperson for the group said However,Casey said the program'
cup of cereal and, whenever possible good nutrition is vital to good education prospects are dim. "If been turned School board members seemed
some kind of protein rich food. The and pointed out that literally down three times before, I don't see it satisfied with the list of supplementspaid Bribery ChargesA
normal federal reimbursement for thousands of people in this country being approved this time." some faculty members for extra
such meals is: 45 cents for a free starve to death. duty after looking at the list presentedby
breakfast 37 cents for a reduced- "This goes on all the time..there is Two other items discussed at the BHS Principal Jim Duncan which
price and 13 cents for a paid no reason for It at all," the represen- Sept.24 work session were also lacedtythe reduced the supplements back to the four-woman two-man jury deliberated a little over 30 minutes Thursday
breakfast, according to a booklet by tative said. "The program is not a on the Oct. 15 agenda for a vote b; same level of last year, a total of Oct. 4, before acquitting Union County Clerk Robert Driggers of bribery by offer-
school board: $32,900. Ing political opponent Bryan Hendricks a job for withdrawing from the 1976
clerks race thereby closing the final chapter surrounding that hotly contested
.. .. --,- I'I election.
After receiving congratulations from family and friends who had crowded the
courtroom each day of the four-day trial, Driggers told reporters he expected to
Ch.rDr.. ticEHllmlnallan; BradfOrd.11 be after a candidate this term in 1980 to succeed himself although he had fully intended to retire

FREE "I would imagine with that verdict, I've just cinched my election for 1980,
without my having to do anything," he added.
: Bassmastersby I am completely satisfied with the course of the trial. I give all praise to my
team of lawyers who did a beautiful job of presenting the case In the proper man.
ner so it could be understood by the court and the jury," Driggers said.
Asked if the dismissal of 44 of 48 of the charges for failure of speedy prosecution -
would leave an unresolved 'dark cloud' Driggers emphatically replied "no"
Nell Crawford noting the charges were dismissed by reasons of law and a factual based motion.
0 "We didn't just win we won in spades" Driggers added.
Saturday.. Sept. 8. Bradford
Bassmasters held'their monthly tour Driggers was arrested July 3 by The motion said Driggers was
nament on Rodman Reservoir. Florida Department of Law Enforce "denied due process of law in that an

Tournament began at 6 a.m. and ment agents after an 11-month investigation unnecessary, unreasonable and pre- .
ended at 2 p.m. ordered by Gov. Reubin judicial delay has occured betweenthe
The Corps of Engineers began Askew. 10th Judicial Circuit State At. time of the alleged occurence" of
lowering Rodman the first of torney, Quillian Yancey was assignedthe the charges and the prosecution.The .
September. Water was moving out of investigation. defense motion to dismiss also
Rodman at a swift pace. Driggers was charged with altering stated the allegations were made apart
Pat Welch and I fished together on the minutes of the Aug. 8, 1972 com of the 1978 campaign for clerk of
this tournament. Pat said he knew of mission meeting to give himself a the court, the State Attorney of the 8th
a couple of places bass was holdingup. fSOO-a-month raise.Among Judicial Circuit concluded there was
the charges were perjury no basis to file any criminal charges
We hit these spots first. The bass counts accusing Driggers of lying and an investigation by the Florida
seemed to be biting slowly. under oath to Ethics Commission Investigators Commission on Ethics found no pro-
Pat landed the first ball I was flipping and 38 counts of grand bable cause.
6 ,, a devil's hoss around the stumps larceny for the theft of more than$100 State Attorney Eugene Whitworth
. when all at once the water exploded, from the county for paychecks he testified he had been approached in
the hawg actually missed my plug. I received from June 28, 1973 to Sept. the summer of 1976 by three or
landed a couple using the plug. 30, 1976, totalling 19000. "maybe four" men who brought a
SAVINGS FROM $80.00 7 '" All the Bassmasters had settled Driggers was also charged with of- certified copy of the August 8 commission
down to some serious fishing. Pat and fering political opponent Bryan Hen- meeting stating the minutes
I.moved to another hole nearer Kenwood dricks a $17,000 assistant's job to had not been officially approved and
TO $130.00 PER .
) SET. 1 ? the water was swift, Pat began coerce Hendricks to withdraw from had been placed in the minute book by
,: to do his thing on a worm. By this time the 1976 clerk of the court race. the clerk or someone under his direc-
it was close toat30 looo'am.We.: : Gov. Bob Graham suspended th.'i IlIItj9n.'
VI.- : picked up several bass in this area. veteran clerk-without pay-one week Whitworth said he asked what proof
A Rodman is awfully low. You have to after his arrest and appointed Jerry they had and when they said none, he
) 3 A be real careful as to where you run at Jessup acting clerk. said there was not enough evidencefor
high speed.Pat Retired Judge Woodrow Melvin of an investigation.He .
%_p % .rr and I watched four boats run Milton was appointed in August to be continued about a month later
'\ aground. You just don't go nowhere the trial judge.A one of more people came back and
;1 j i'r you once did. You have to run the day-by-day account follows:: brought an affidavit from Gerald
canal channel or river. Even then you Griffis stating he was not aware of the
could hit a log etc. commission approving the pay raise.
... At 2 p.m. we left a boat that went MONDAYA Whitworth said he then came to Lake
s aground. We had to be at the at Butler and met with Driggers and
of four
jury and two
'i 2 p.m. We weighed our fish then women men looked at the minute book and later
were seated at 6:30
returned to the p.m. Monday was furnished addidavits from Drig
help two fishermenget
\ off the hill. That 175 hp Black Max the after 36 others were defense excused the either by gen and four other county commissioners -
prosecution or court
who served in
Mercury runs lots faster if it has for cause.
about 4 5 feet of water under the Jurors selected E.
were: Kenneth
.boat. Driggers, along with attorney
Croft an insurance salesman, son of
R These two fishermen had more boat Wilford Croft Wayne Carroll and Griffis, met with
property appraiser
then ; the state in his Gainesville
could attorney
4 they : manage out of water.
:- Shirley a 17-year resident of
} We office in December 1976 and second
6llp rtiE along with a couple of other Union County and secretary to the
'W.< .. '':,co-:.::..:= boats, went as far as we could, then Maxine Vondell affidavit was produced by Carroll,
: :=.."::"':::; we had to wade the rest of the way (a county agent; Lee a testified Whitworth. He said Griffiswould
forflori" 16-year resident of the Fred
--Ma"'M :::= ;
?[N..ONDIYKK MOAT N1u/ONM walk through Rodman Is pretty Lewis Thomas, retired farmer and not sign a sworn statement
EMCwwfOT, .. ON. MOK NM. .Er'.. rough 1))). because he thought he could possibly
'"' former
commissioner Bodie
..*.,...--....--. OKNn.Mot. "---- we had to lift the boat and push it a L. Wolfe county;'a housewife and member; of be prosecuted and asked to talk 'to
v.uMNLM N.MNV 111RNl NNONOl? ::::-::::::::.::-: little at a time, finally that him alone.
we 17
got the Eastern Star and Barbara Wood
"THE COMFORT YOU WANT... nun NN6NwN0111MOmINa.M1NM. =. = ft. Bazsfinder X17 to float a ;tax Whitworth said no explained a contract -
self-employed preparer. Mary
Just of of could be drawn
typical days on up
Ellen Fillyaw was selected as the said
Rodman, just never know what might alternate.In but Griffis wanted to consult

THE SUPPORT YOU NEED... ON SALE TODAY!" r;;. itw happen.Harry Sheffield won the tournament order for the state to have been an attorney.Whitworth The said only be other had with conversation Griffis .-
granted a change of
he also landed venue, as re- was by when Griffis declined
largest bass. phone -
quested, the entire venire of 250
Don people to enter Into contract but said the
Thompson placed second. In would
have had to be dismissed.
behalf of the Club I would like to congratulate second affidavit stating the commis-
ALONE SALE PRICE. Harry and Don. sion "did not discuss act on or approve -
.. The October tournament will be October TUESDAY any compensation for clerk of
13, from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m., star- the circuit court for serving as clerkof
ting from the public boat ramp on the court" was true and more accurately -
Driggers' attorneys, Larry Turner
described what had occured.
Orange Lake.I
Stan Morris and Wayne Carrollsuce.sfully Griffis said he the first affidavit
would like to extend a word of
$9995 motion to
argued a
I A SPECIAL OFFER FROM MALONE sympathy Allen and family to Mr. in and the Mrs.loss Bobby of his dismiss 44 of the charges for lack of a come by when a place he of was business requested and he to

I AND THE FLORIDA CHIROPRACTIC father. speedy prosecution. signed it without careful reading. ,said
ASSOCIATION Judge Melvin dismissed all chargesthat Whitworth. :
ULTRA COMFORT Driggers altered county commission The state attorney said he reachedthe
or. Bass Wishes
minutes to give himself a .
conclusion the Investigation ;
win mguttriy $mn eaen ptec* Neil Crawford was
be In our store on $500-a-month raise over since he had no grounds for
from Rest$1z9.OSep..eqTe99l,. -
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to provide a 'Free Spinal Examination. WHO ME- $....es151...._$579,95. Whitworth testified the files were
(SPKCtSETt, on his desk when his office was '

...... destroyed by fire in February 1977. .
Also called to testify Tuesday were :
t Drcvim Maker MiL I Laura Seay, Hal Y. Maines, loth cir J
Doctors Wayne C. Eaton Or azov( 9 cult state attorney Investigator Bud
*s. hrM.md.numv y Coker and Lawrence' Gonzalez, executive
; ; director of ...
Lounette 5 OU'.IOUoo.'ID the Ethics Com
Richardson : 1US'u.. .u .OmvW CljOQflT mission. -!
.. l So..o..""D. 1A0."' 1 I Gonzalez said the Ethics Commission ,

Will Be In Our Store On Oct. ..4t.0.. -MOC.......0000DO'oOfo..-...-."......,... Investigating a 1977 complaint
13,1979 found "no probable cause" to believe r
Ye Driggers offered political opponent
; Bryan Hendricks a job if he would t
10:00 To 4:00 .
: : ar % withdraw from the clerks race. The \.
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Sampson rustle 'Road: Garbage Site "Opens"

As County Completes Waste Disposal System j

A new garbage dumping site was appliances) to the new Sampson buy the compactors: the Dempster ding cut(in hours the dumping site will I t:.
opened Tuesday, Oct. 9,on the Sampson Trestle Road dump and to the main Dumpsters, and a truck to haul the be open.
Trestle Road just off SR-100 west landfill site at KH, according to Com- dumpsters. That debt won't be The Lawtey dumping site Is open
Starke. missioner E.W. Hodges, who is In retired until 1990. six days per week from 9 a.m. to 6p.m.
charge of the With the of ., and closed That dum-
It was the last of five dumping sites waste disposal opera increasing cost Sundays.
tion. Household be operating the sites and site Is maintained Inmate
to be constructed by the undera garbage that can dumping with ping by an
begun in county 1972 with a compacted can be dumped at any of the tight budget situation the county from Lawtey Correctional Institution. :
$200,000 program loan from the Farmer's the five sites, whichever Is most con is currently facing,the commission is The Starke dumping site, on Laura
.. Home Administration. The county venlent. To dump, simply drive up considering calling for garbage tax. Church Road just past the old Lawtey
the paved Such a tax would have to be Road where the old
the ramp and throw the garbage approvedIn city dump was
picks garbage from four sites
,. ''' and hauls up down the chute. If the chute Is a referendum of local voters. located is also presently open :24 ,
the refuse to the main landfill -
full, press the button on a nearby pole hours per days. But unsanitary conditions : :
area near Keystone Heights whereit Main besides the debt
"' problem,
operate the compactor.The there are also causing the county
ty ty'TJ is buried daily.Residents Is builders payments, is the growing cost of i
county now asking commission to rethink that opera
have five
now garbage and contractors to haul waste maintaining the dumping sites It is a tion.
dumping sites: 1) the main landfill cost the commission originally did not
building materials to the main landfill The dumping site on SR-18 between
site on SR-Inear Keystone Heights site at KH. figure on. It was thought, Commissioner Graham and Brooker is lust two
2) at Lawtey off SR-200A, 3) on out that open
Hodges points ,
It is
becoming difficultto and Saturday
Increasingly days per week Tuesday
Brownlee Road, SR-229. toward residents would the
r.. keep the dumping sites neat and appreciate new but is kept nicely, the commission : t
of Starke
4)just northeast at and In
disposal system dump garbage
clean. The county commission is being noted at its last meeting.
the old city dump site, and S) the the intended.
manner I
forced to hire men to be on duty at County waste disposal was pushed ,
Sampson Lake area dumping site just If residents would do that
the dumping sites to control how gar- Hodges to its present state by the environmental ,
o Thhenew Trestle Road bage is dumped. At minimum wage points out, each landfill site could be pressures of the 1960's.Prior .
kept hours
each such guard will cost the county open 24 perdayfortheconvenience to the current system, garbagewas
dumping site is most convenient to
of the time during
about W.ooo: and with five people any burned before being buried. The
per year
residents from New River
County .
Hazel Paulk demonstrates use of the new Sampson sites the day.However of Starke had
that amounts to an expenditure city a large dump on
Treitle Road dumping site Monday afternoon prior to lit opening Tuesday mor Longbridge, a portion of SR-235 (the of some$30,000 trashy dumping sites Laura Church Road and the county
I ning. County Commissioner E.W. Hodges who Is In charge of the county's Whitehead Road), SR-100 west,and a per year.The have caused the county to hire had half a dozen "volunteer" dumps
waste disposal system, said this dumping site Just off SR-100 at Sampson Lake portion of Bayless Highway. county still owes the major portion maintenance men and to operate the which had over the
completes the five planned sites In the county's tzoo.eoa program. The county is restricting the dump of the $200,000 borrowed from dumping sites during set hours only The county frown s waste up disposal consisted years.
ing of trash and white goods FHA to build the dumping sites and toed when the man can be on duty. of burning the collected trash every

sincerely hope the people of my few weeks. The city used the same ,.
district will help me In making this operation. Those dumps were usually
I more on... r the model dumping site" Commissioner a dirty, smoky, smelly mesa
Driggers Acquitt Hazel Paulk said Monday
...from page 2 afternoon when she demonstrated the Environmental Protection Agency ::
proper way to dispose of garbage at regulations eventually stopped the I
Ethics Commission chairman had ed by Judge Melvin for "lack of sufficient the Idea of his withdrawing," said "Lets face it this man is fighting for the new Sampson Trestle Road site burning of garbage. EPA also was I
earlier determined the portion of the proof." Driggers under cross examination."Are his life, his politcal life, his life in this most particular where a landfill ;
complaint concerning the alleged "The state did not have enough you willing to state you didn't community," said Trantham. "I hope everyone will try his best to operation was established In wet i-
alteration of the minutes had occured evidence on the record to establish a make the offer," asked prosecuting Before the jury retired for delibera- keep this site clean" Commissioner Bradford County, fearing the water _
prior to the establishment of the Com- prima facie case under the law and attorney Trantham."I tion Turner re-emphasized,"it Is timeto Paulk. says from dumps would contaminate the =
mission and therefore they had not submit it to a jury," explained Carroll certainly don't recall U..1 certainly end this case, Robert Driggers has The new Sampson Trestle Road water supply or lakes. i
jurisdiction, said Gonzalez.In .- don't recall A] Lee asking me had it to here, Marjorie Driggers has dumping site will be open five days Going back Into the 60'S the county =
dismissing the forgery, perjuryand THURSDAY It." said Drlggers. had It up to here, gesturing to his per week from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. It will examined systems with the late coonE
grand larceny charges, Melvin neck, Send him home to his family be open on weekends but closed each ty sanitarian Jack Trawick traveling "S
said the motion was "well founded" and and send Tom Trantham' back to Wednesday and Thursday.The to see various systems In operation. :
because of previous state investigations Testimony on the remaining charge "I think the facts can be summarized Bart,w." main landfill site on, Slt-l00 Finally, it was decided the Dempster i
the time lapse involved and the of bribery the job offer through in one word, It is pohtcs," said i near Keystone Heights is open six Dumpster system was best for the
death of a key witness (Iris Davis,the David Hendricks to his brother Bryan Turner In final arguments to the jury. Judge Melvin cautioned the 'audience days per week from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., county, and in 1972 the county com- i
deputy clerk who transcribed the Hendricks was presented following "Politics has no place In a Union there would not be out but closed Wednesday.The mission started serious work on ::
minutes of the August 8 meeting; the defenses opening statement by County courtroom..politics Is Impor- burst following the reading of the verdict Brownlee Road SR-229) dump. establishing the' system it now :: i
The judge added Driggers would Wayne Carroll. tant, but politics ends In the privacy but after the judge retired to ing site is presently open 24 hours per operates. C
suffer infringement of his constitu "Hendricks was selected by a group of the voting booth. You'all voted in ,chambers the not verdict wasgreeted day but the unkept and unsanitary The commission however, has no :: t
tional right to a speedy prosecution of people..being used by a group of favor of Robert A. Driggers," con- qullty handshakes and conditions are so bad the commission intention of ever getting involved in
because of the long delay by the state people as a stalking horse' for the tinued Turner. ( .by clapping Is thinking about hiring man to door-to-door garbage pickup. The I
in bringing the charges. 1976 campaign Carroll told the jurors.He huggingmoreon. maintain that dump with a correspon- board wants private contractors to 1- 1
"The power and responsibility of asked the jury to "put the final "Now Is the chance for a handle that part of the disposal 4,
the state Is not divisible by the touches on the campaign of 1976" to showdown., it Is politics and It has ;7r. system. 1 1I
number of attorneys it has: ,said determine the truth of falsity ofcharges."look worked, you must end it here," .
Melvin,adding Whitworth would have Robert Driggers In Turner told the jurors. DemocrIn itic Caucus I
been the prosecutable officer of the the eye and say go home to your wife
state. and family we find you not guilty." "Robert Driggers has stood trial for ...from 1 -
Melvin denied three other motionsby The defense called Driggers as its this three times. In the 1977 Ethics page .cbt :::
the defense. only witness. Driggers denied offer- Commission investigation dismissed persuading their man that enough thouse for Saturday's caucus, but
ing a job to Bryan Hendricks, but for lack of probable cause In 1976 the support existed to encourage him to delegate candidates are waging :
In dismissing the charges relatingto remembers "talking a little politics" issue was 'cussed and discussed and run. Put In recent days the draft Ken- determined telephone campaigns in I
the alteration of the minutes the to David the day after qualifying. the voters found him not guilty and nedy'drive has run into trouble with an effort to persuade their friends to
state was then unable to introduce "Lets go somewhere where we can again for a third time this week It is one of- its leaders )in West Florida turn out and vote. .
forensic reports on the single-spaced talk, as 1 recall we sat in the cour- time to end this politics and send him defecting to the Carter camp and Although there should be time to t
section in the otherwise' double- troom, not In the judge's chambers," home to his wife and family with his troubl spots arising in other areas vote and still get to Gainesville in
spaced type copy, Driggers testified. reputation and good character ins The eAXh eoafidenve JKennedyeup ,4ime for, tha,Alabama games Joeal .
Driggers agreed the conversation ""b tact," concluded Turner. po 4ni the' taeeJttheS.*. ) rtloct"ts'c nced: 'that oowl ion "Children are all foreigner, _I .
WEDNESDAY .' ran the "gamutTof-! Union, County'poll !-. ",il*.. .jtmUuUUVt t .'} *.'.'. denied it then, and I'deny '"' Trantnam-told,jurors tot! use their' ._w'th ? thf not myoh best time to hold a Ralph Waldo Emerson
it now," he said of the charge of mak- "common sense" and ask themselves' ath cogaon romfthe caucus of any kind. I
Following opening statements by ing the job offer. why would anyone climb those Governor down.
the prosecution Franklin David Hen- "I felt strong and he was weaker, I (courthouse) stairs in July, slip Inhere .
dricks testified that on'the day after beat him before and I could beat him unless there was a little bit of The Carter people welcomed a fight because kid ?
his brother, Bryan Hendricks again, I have a pretty good feel for "hanky panky" about the deal. on territory so close to home, and the your BILLY i
qualified for the clerk's position in politics in Union County," Driggers President and his staff aro putting is special... \
1976, he talked with Drlggers in the responded when asked it he felt it was "He knew what he was doing and he everything they've got into Florida TI-E. i
judges chambers on the second floor. important to have Bryan Hendricks wanted to have some real privacy the state where the President will probably
"Mr. Drlggers asked would I go out withdraw. about the conversation," Tranthamtold do best, outside of his home ',
and ask Bryan if he would withdraw Driggers said he recalled AI Lee the jurors. state of Georgia. KID J I
from the race,and he'd give him a job coming to Union County to do a Kennedy leaders, less optimistic
in the clerk's office"said Hendricks.. "hatchet job" on John Whitehead and "We have heard a lot about politics than they were weeks ago, now con- ''' i
lie added Driggers told him "In the when asked about the job offer said and revenge.. politics had nothing to cede that If the Senator were runninghis .\ '
next election he"would not run. and "the only reply I remember Is I don't do with this. I don't believe anybody own .campaign, he would never : :
Bryan could run. see where it is against the law to offer would perjure themselves just have picked Florida as a starting :1
He testified he went'to his brothers lomebodr.a job." because they were political opponentsand point. BIIIthe Kid'sSignature ii iik
house and gave him the message and "I don t recall his (Al Lee) asking didn't like Robert Driggers They It il anybody's guess how many
when Driggers called by phone the did I offer Bryan Hendricks a job with have nothing to gain. voters.will turn out at the new cour- j
next morning he gave him Bryan'lmessage Jean
that he "wasn't Interested." I
Bryan Hendricks testified he was =
approached by J.B. Kelley who asked I
his friend to withdraw from the race POURJ3N THE ij

and apply for the job in the clerk's office .. qualityknown !
iLn! I !
"I told Mr. Kelley I appreciated his THIS as an e-x-t-r-a f
concern, but had qualified and did not t "k _
Intend to withdraw from the race" SUMMER! mileage
said Hendricks When asked by garment I
defense attorney Larry Turner if he
considered himself a member of the

answered"anti-Driggers"no. The jury group was Hendricks Instructedto ,4r !:; v/4-ff o G The boot cut jean and i .: L

disregard Turner statement to p snap front vest-a deluxe :
Hendricks, "but your certainly not a r look with designer look
s = '
fan his.
Hendricks agreed the race was stitching on the 2 back w I "

"hotly contested" and the subject of pockets. Tailored of easy-
the job offer was talked at each of five I
political meetings. Hendricks un-, I care permanent press :;:: ,'
timately loss the election. CENTRALHEAT fabric-75%"Dupont 5 ,;
Kelley testified after talking with Dacron polyester 25%
Driggers about "politics in general"he 3
talked to Bryan Hendricks "as a cotton. It never needs E ::
friend" and told him he couldn't )win! & AIR ironing! Billy the Kid':
and was being used by an exclusive Metric-Fit gives t

"antl-Drlggers"I tried to get group.him to".get out of it," 11 Completely Installed 0 you a fit you ran. depend 0, :{

said Kelley. He admitted he took a 1 on. S.s: ::
piece of paper from Drlg ers listing a 91A A A 2-TON ''r<
job title and salary but1'I went and .
talked to Mr. Hendricks myself.! 1PHSF V SYSTEM .. S3: ,; '
didn't figure he could win. Size 4-7 to 8-16
: E'
"There wasn't any talk about (Plus any raosssary elec.! work)' :
Bryan Hendricks dropping out of the ( .' ..', of w 1
race..did Robert Driggers ask you to WE SERVICE, ALL MAKES ,' f ,UK,"+ := !.:.j
talk to Bryan Hendricks," asked :: ""I'
both Ar lay, '
"No. responded, Kelley .{e.
questions. AIR CONDITIONING ', .: ," .. ..: ; ::; I

Also testifying Wednesday were Al .' "'1.,.. ,. == ;
: :
Tribunereporter SYSTEMSCONTRACTS... t' ., ;;
Lee, a former .. '. '.'' \ ;; ;I
and A.J. Northrup a Florida : '., \ ,7.r" -
Commission on Ethics investigator.Lee ,j ', P. S
testified Driggers admitted ,. :"''Look'for iolor.'related ::
making a job offer to Hendricks but AVAILABLESAWYER ;
'was unaware the action was a viola'tIoItthIdon' N K:2': Billy the Kidi; hirts 'for a j
k .
crossing examination Lee ;
versa file wardrobe!
said,he was unsure of specific detail =....

..c::::: 3TDSTUMP'S:
Northrup testified the complaint .. .
from the Union County Taxpayers ', .t, .
Association was dismissed by the t :
Ethics Commission "for. lack of probable "", .,.\'{, ,
cause." He said he was if'oJ

presented an unsigned affidavit by ,..,. < ,.w '.{t.i.;, },.{"
1 Driggers and Wayne Carroll which ','." '
Driggers signed in front of him as AIR' CONDITIONING INC. Bradford Square ; v;; ., :
offerin ... ,.
job ,
"the truth. disavowing any "
exchange for Hendricks withdrawing -as1". XP TSx ." Visa & MasterCharge ',1ij/_/ ::;",: ,' .;.

After from the the state race.rested, three of the ",n : { /\fI"\ ..i": ," n N .La Y.A'W ay Plan ." aP,< ... "\1\ : ,

four remaining charges: were dismiss .

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Paul Packed A Punch '. ., Tae Jimmy Owens ass-fest wW opea
Pope the second MUMM!Santa Fe Junior College
\ FaU Festival .f Ue Performing
:, 'Z:. Arts at the Stark Woman's Club FrIday
,.;, Might.p....

Like it or not. Pope John Paul II spoke his born life" from conception through aU' ages A talented young Brooklyn-born L4c ;
mind during his seven-day whirlwind tour in of development. His pronouncements were trumpet player Owen has appearedwith '

the U.S., and it sounded good in a world grown met with round after round of applause from .... Dilly such Jan CUletple.greats Count a* Lionel Bade Hamp and
soft with permissiveness and the philosophy of the estimated crowd of 175,000 on the the Immortal Duke Ellington.

"anything goes," whether it's right or wrong. Washington mall.Throughout .
Owen describe the music played by r
his group a* "no one Utlng-we do
tour he
Pope's emphasizedthe
Even those who disagreed with the Pope on bebop traditional Jazz way-out made
issues of birth control abortion, divorce, and traditional, conservative values of the and ballad We do It all."
women's in the church, rejecting movements now active
place church could not help
Owen his first at 12
got trumpet age
liberalize doctrine
around the world to and let
succumbing to his warmth, sincerity, firm- and u a snort lime was trying to
ness, and fortitude in standing up to his con- the bars down, one by one, destroying moral emulate Louis Armstrong playing
victions even though he knew they might be values to a point that now threatens destruction "When The Saint Go Marching"and
of our civilization.In other fan.ta.d.rd..III.wildest dream
unpopular and would offend
possibly or even
came true when his father took him to
alienate some of his listeners. spite of the discord with which they fell on Small' Paradise one night, to hear
some ears, the moral preachments of the Pope Miles Davis play with a Jail sestet.
In his hardest hitting speech of all, the final will undoubtedly profoundly affect, not only Davis noticed the 15-year-old Jimmy '

one during the unforgettable Sunday mass on members of his own church, but those of other break staring and longingly asked the at boy his to horn play during a tune.a eI
the mall in Washington, D.C. the Pope faiths, and even those with no faith at all. la spite of his nervousness. Jimmy
deplored the disintegration of family life in the picked up the horn and played one of the
U.S., and urged the strengthening of marriage If more leaders had the intestinal fortitudeof two tunes he knew. Davis was so Impressed I ,

bonds along with greater justice for the poor Pope John Paul II to stand up and tell the that he had Jimmy play the -1- ---,- -n, '
tune only this lime the entire -
and oppressed. Denouncing abortion in the people what they need to hear, rather than group once more Joined In for a rousing Jam
sternest possible terms Pope John Paul said, what they want to hear, we would have a much session.In The Jazz Man
"no one ever has the authority to destroy un- better world.
the Owens-Plus group Jimmy Is
backed up by Eric Johnson guitar;
Chris White bass; and Charli Perslp.

I Empty Stomachs Empty Minds drum County Agents .,
There I II no admission charge and the by Bobby L.Taylor
., .," public I* Invited to attend all performances Notebook PhOll.MUZ8e
In the Art Festival series,
presented by Santa Fe In cooperationwith
A vote on instituting a federallysubsidizedbreakfast The hungry child is what we think about in the Bradford County School
program will be taken this coming advocating that breakfast be offered to system and the Starke Woman's Club.
Monday night, Oct. 15, by the Bradford school elementary grade children. If a young child This is an important time of year need all three of these elements In
board. Hopefully, the school board will come arrives at school without something to eat in for cattlemen.: They should look at large Quantities while clover and

out on the side of the kids. the morning it cannot help but affect his attention Vacancies Filled their make management decisions and calendar plans to successfully and- other potash.We legumes. need only phosphorousand

span, his attitude, his behavior.At winter their cattle as
However, nearly all the school officials (the On Democratic economically and efficiently as possi know how much of each one of
school board, principals, many teachers, and that point it does not matter why the child ble. One of the biggest and most important these major elements It takes to grow
many parents) oppose a breakfast program. arrived at school without breakfast. Ateacher's Committee Here decisions-Is what and how per acre these crops. With'a soil

They see it as yet another federal give-a-way. job is to have the child learn. If a Twelve new members of the Bradford they will feed their cows. analysis the soil to we determine can readily what recommend is alreadyin

Providing breakfast for a child is a parental full stomach is helpful, a breakfast program. is County Democratic Committeewere Some considerations are what feed how much of each should be applied
responsibility was the strong opinion of in order. elected to fill existing vacanciesat nutrients are needed, which nutrientsare during the growing season produce
parents who spoke out at the Oct. 24 school a dinner meeting held last Thurs- available on the ranch or farm a good crop of nutritious feed.
board meeting. If a breakfast program is provided Now subsidized by the federal government, day night at the Steak House. and which nutrients must be purchased -
When and how these Call County
is the evening meal next, it was asked? just as is the school lunch program, a The new members are: Martha nutrients or grown.will be fed or utilized is also Agent's or office come if ;you by would your like to
breakfast program would not be solely left to Dorko precinct 1; Muriel Gilhooly, important. diecuss your winter feeding programor
We couldn't agree more with those reasons! local taxpayers. That makes it possible to Pet. 2; Jewell Brown Pet. 4; Charles the nutrient needs of your cattle or
have a breakfast program; before it would Dinkins Pet. 5; Ann Shultz. Pet. 8; Of course: cattle need many different crops.
Robert Milner Jr., Pet. 9; Julian and nutrients along with vitamins
3 On the other side of the coin however: have been too
cos. ,
Nita McRae Pet. 10; James R. Reddish minerals and good clean water.
Pet. 12 Carl L. Johns. Pet. 14 However the for
: ; ; major concern most
A Jacksonville principal said a breakfast The school day schedule is tight. But if Stanley and Mary Jane Green Pet. cattlemen is the nutrients needed in
program has improved academic achieve- school officials want to work out time for 15. large quantities. These are protein, FORESTRY

ment and discipline in his school. A nutri- breakfast, we believe they can. Wanting to do E.L. Matthews was elected vice- energy feeds or concentrates and IN KJuronB ccuorrr
something can make a great deal of difference rou age. A good balance of these
tionist with the State Department of Educa- chairman: of the county committee
) tion said a 10-year Iowa proved a school '" and Desta Dyal-was elected state *.feed materials is more importantthan ByMark
study x$ committeewoman::Both of these po K> too much" of one and not enough. ,
breakfast beneficial. A retired home of another.
program i tions were left vacant by the recent e.- 'Fries
For until it'w s' slopped because -
economics teacher said a hungry child is dif years, resignation of Lillian Piersor
ficult to teach and discipline. improper use of commodities, a breakfast A good fertilized grass in the spring
snack was offered Brooker students because Randy Hanna of Gainesville and summer will generally be a
balance of these nutrients and
) there it beneficial. \ district coordinator of the Carter : will
Local educators said they have been getting principals thought supply enough to meet the needs of
attended the and
campaign meeting
food for children who come to school too older calves and cows. However old
discussed: plans for the Democratic Within the next few months
to work. We know teachers have child a morning snack i is or dead grass will have plenty of we
hungry our Feeding a hungry caucus to be held in aU Florida counties should be receiving funds for the cost-
the compassion to feed a hungry child. still a good idea and a known benefit. What on Saturday, Oct. 13. roughage and but will Good be deficient hay: will in protein also sharing programs dealing with
I else can a compassionate educator do? energy. forestry here In Bradford County.
and and in
supply roughage
Lucile Green,chairman of the county energy These funds are available to lan-
committee, urged all committee some cases enough protein for downers who are interested l in plan-
f members to work toward getting as mature cows. Poor quality hay will ting trees and meet the qualifications
many registered Democrats as possible not supply ample protein or energy. for the Forestry Incentives: Program
I Carelessly Dumped Garbage is CostlyOne f to attend the Saturday caucus in There are several supplemental (FIP) or the Agricultural Conservation -
the county commission room of the feeds on the market today. Some are Program (ACP).. These programs
new courthouse. will l to 75% of the plan-
concentrations: of only protein and pay up -
area in which the people in the unincor- is dumped where it belongs and to keep the minerals while others contain protein ting and site,preparation cost.:

porated areas of Bradford County are working sites in order. The county commission has Andrews Releases and/or energy feeds. For example In order to qualify for the FD pro
hard to increase the cost of government is the talked about, but has taken no action yet, hav- lot,you of can buy a range mix that has gram a Forest Management Plan
careless way in which they dump their gar- ing a deputy sheriff hide across the road froma Caucus Pledges a tie can convert non-protein-nitrogen into protein. This that mix cat must be written for the property.This
bage. dumping site to arrest throwing does not contain can be done by the County Forester or
persons energy or roughage.
After AppointmentGuy by a Consulting Forester. Trees must
bage out. Other protein supplements like be planted on at least 10 acres! and not
Garbage is dumped at gates in front of the pellets and blocks will contain 15 to more than 1.000 acres.A minimum of
five dumping sites when the sites are closed. It is a shame and disgrace the way the Andrews appointed Don this week< 40% protein and no energy. 500 trees per acre and not more than

The Brownlee Road dumping site !is a prime public continues to litter the dumping sites. It by Congressman: to the State Democratic Fuqua as Convent a- Some liquid feed mixes contain 900 trees all per the acre have to be planted.
example of just how unsightly such an area would be just as easy for a person to learn in November has withdrawn some protein (usually IS to 35%) and species in this area commercially: will qualify grown under
can become when abused by careless people. which days and hours the dumping site near his name from the October 13 caucus energy or concentrate: feed like citrusor this program. Finally the land must
Residents around the area continually com- his home is open, and to dump garbage in ballot and released the pledges of can molasses. Other liquid feeds be capable of producing 50 cubic feet
those who vote for are just citrus or black-strap
plain of the trash and odor, and the scroungy those hours. If trash or garbage must be Saturday.promised to him on molasses. There are also other com per acre per year.

dogs attracted by loose garbage-and they disposed of when the local dumping site is binations and combinations of feed To for'the
have every right to complain. closed, it can be taken to the main landfill on Andrews expressed hope that his available. the landowner qualify must ACP first program be an
SR-100 Heights which is friends will attend the caucus and
near Keystone open agricultural producer. No
All this is to that cattlemen management
People also put trash where it does not every day except Wednesday. vote for other qualified candidates. have several considerations say and plan is required, and there I Is no
belong. People try to dump almost anything choices to make when planning their minimum acreage requirement. A
down the compactor shute into which only objects Continuing to abuse the privilege of having Murphey to AppearAt winter feed program. The feed that is minimum of of 500 trees and a maximum
that can be compacted without tearingup the local dumping sites is nothing short of an good for one herd or ranch might not planted 900 and trees most per acre must be
Be the commercially
for another
the equipment are supposed to be dumped. abuse of our society. Maintaining trashy and UF Pre-Growl Show road.good Determine the kind right and across amount grown species: can be planted under
Trash and limbs are acceptable only at the unsanitary dumping sites certainly doesn't of the various feed Ingredients your the program.
new Sampson Trestle Road site or the main say much for the people of Bradford County. TIm Murphey. former Starke resident cattle will need and then shop for the

site on SR-100 near Keystone Heights if piledin And it certainly Is not the responsibility of pre-Gator 1 Is scheduled Growl Show to perform scheduled at the 7-a best prices) before buying. appropriated Although the for money this coming has not year been, I

a certain area designated for that. White county government to keep the mess, no mat- p.m. prior to the University ofFlorida'a There are other feed consideration would recommend: that you sun come
goods, old stoves and refrigerators, also are ter how bad it gets, cleaned up. Such messes annual homecoming: show. In addition to purchased feed stuffs. in and sign up. By signing up now; it
acceptable at those two dumping sites if plac- should,never be made in the first place. Murphey .is also appearing each Winter forages like rye.ryegraas and will make it easier to get your money
ed in a certain designated area. Thursday night at The Blackbird on clover are important and necessary when it does become available.If 1
Avenue next to the BeD 1i
farms and ranches These i
is bad that the on many
The situation getting so county -
Gainesville. He are interested in either the
with native
Only soft compactible household garbage is will sooner or later have to take some actionto TeIepboDeaiD on Channel 21). other forages roughage along can produce range nutri on FIP or the ACP program,you can 1,
supposed) to resents the garbage chutes, catch the guilty parties. It would be much Show hosted by- tions and economical feed If managed sign up for it in the ASCS office or get !
however. But continually abuse this better if residents would take it upon Kim Angstrom. properly. further information from the County

necessary rule, made only to protect the themselves to keep the county a clean place in Murphev-s album "Poets Need the Management of these crops includes ASCS Forester.office The are Forestry both: located office and In the the
equipment. which to live.It liana is on sale in Starke recordllurphey proper lime, seeding and fertilization Agricultural Building on the North

.Is a graduate of Bradford rates and good grating side of town on 301, next to the
When the first garbage dumping site was is the people's tax dollars being spent? If High School and was a varsity foot. management.cattle These crops need, 'certain bile the Fairgrounds or you can call 94-4380
built at Lawtey several the would treat the sites bailer and basketballer themselves and ask for the County Forester.
years ago county the people dumping correctly as a "food" nutrients that we call fern
commission hoped residents would use the site the sites could be kept open 24 hours a' freshman. He is currently teaching tilizer. The major fertilizer nutrientsare .
to dump garbage in a respectable manner. day. for the convenience the public demands and English at the University with his of Florida nitrogen phosphorous and "Old friends are bett.
; But that has been far from the case. Now so much. If the sites continue to be abused,the pet fuming guitar. potash. Small grains and grasses John S&M t.fi
Lawtey area Commissioner Dave Shufordsays commission will have no alternative but to

: people will drive by the dumping site adopt a garbage tax to pay for having someone +
f when it is open and drop garbage down the at each dump site simply to guard. .' RJpt ggAOOCD COtJ
road from it.I' where garbage is being dumped. 0 why,

I'4 It has been necessary to employ men to If the people will, there is a solution to this iiiliijr 4. -

guard the dumping sites and see that garbage pollution 1 1r .-' .>,\ ; '
; SINCE "ii7i ; ...
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October II.l>7( TELKORAPH P geM

Miss Kathy Taylor Honored at

Two Parties In Past WeekMiss f71w f/Joeiat [JJideYim: JlrJeg174

Kathy Taylor whoa marriage Douglas and Mrs. Robert Green at thehorn
.lo Charte Green will *of the latter en Pratt Street r <
event ol Oct. _.hat been hwscs eat At points of interest' In the party a4/ya Tool/ sorrel y :Afor, 964.7608
two parties In the past week rooms were potted plants and hang y '" ..... .....
then Tuesday evening of last weekerly lug baskets The refreshment table
m*0| Mr, Jim Duncan in Con- was covered with a beige race cloth Amanda Leigh Bakken Christened Sept. 30 At First Methodist ,
Estates was the setting for aiRft- and centered with an arrangement of
chen shower for Miss fall flowers
Hostesses! were! Mrs Duncan Tayltr.Mfs, The hostesses presented Miss Mr. and Mrs Joe Bakken, Jr. and great grandmother. Mrs. Nelson Mrs. Lee Hardenbrook and Tommy linen cloth and decorated with red
Donald Mr. and Mrs. Don Hardenbrook were ; maternal grandparents Mr. who was also christened at the same ''
Carter Mrs roses.
Jerry Uwson, Taylor with a vegetable dish to her <
Mrs. Ben Moxley and daughter Lynn chosen china as a memento of the oc hosts Sunday Sept. SO at a dinner and Mrs. Warren Ebling of Kingsley service Mr. and Mrs. Mark Harden Following{ dinner the ....ten- ..
and Mrs Mike Sexton. casion. honoring Amanda Leigh Bakken and Lake; maternal grandparents Mr. brook! Ma. Susan Faulkner Bakken Joyed picture taking and. v lingo?"' ;I.yi .
During the her parents Mr. and Mrs Gary and Mrs Joe Bakken, Mr. and Mrs. and Miss Linda Bakken. i ';. I
party hours 7:30: to'9:30 Among the 25 guests were Mrs. ;'>
Bruce Bakken of Goldsboro. N.C, Johnny Alvarez Rev.
at and Mrs.
Herbert The buffet table was covered withan
games! were and Green mother of '
played prizes the '
prospective the Hardenbrook George Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. GaryBakken and\
awarded and refreshments :' Mrs. home on West Harper Mrs. David imported lace cloth and was
groom Bobby Taylor
Market road following Amanda's Harper of Gainesville Mr and Mrs. daughter returned to Seymour
The refreshment' table was covered mother of the honoree and Mrs J.H. centered with an arrangement of
with a white linen cloth Fields christening at the First United D. Hitch Green Monica Sandra and greenery and a whit caddie. The Johnson Air Force Base In Goldsboro j*
and of the
centered grandmother
by a bud vase holding fall flowers." groom. prospective Methodist Church. Paula of Brooker Mr. and Mrs. guests were seated In the family room N.C. Monday, where Gary la stationt0PAMOUPITdTB'a -
The hostesses presented the Family and friends attending were: Harry Green and Nelson Mr. and at two large tables covered: with white ed. "M'-. .

honoree with a toaster-oven as 'a.
memento of the occasion. '
Among the guests were Mrs. Bobby TWICE THE MIMTre.e..e.ewa
print w*h vary ran. at.color Of Mack and
Taylor mother of the honoree and EC s unit prim turn-.....sIII pnmod.TODAY ...
Mrs Herbert Green mother of the AND CVEMVOAVTWICI ,
prospective groom. TM.FILM O*Mo rom ol print
dim lor lh.prm ol.on Kodaeotor bMck
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dinnerware shower last Thursday STORE. A M.W OUAIIIANTIIIIuyonly..,.n M IM pool.i..i"prims ilfmi\NC1Ufe you ..nino No
night Oct.4,given by Mrs.Steve Simmons -, ---
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Commemorated At bottle. LIMIT 1 ::. transistor. No. 379 Thermostatically
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UDC Meeting Oct. 3 off Price label.reflects 7-02.25'Limit 1 119'J 7 99REMINGTON PEG watts.$29 Model.95 H13 | z: p

Mrs.Elzie Sanders presented a program l ."_n..-......' 2 688 '
on Capt.! J.J. Dickinson at the 87 H
W.T. Weeks chapter UDC meeting
Wednesday afternoon of last week at \,
the home of Mrs. O.L. Beasley with 1,11 VICTOR'S RECHARGEABLE ,,
Mrs. J.W Kincaid and Mrs. J.D.
Seymour serving as co-hostesses. 1 COUGHDROPS SHAVER
Mrs. Lester Crews president. Soothes sore throat. With rech.ge stand
presided over the meeting; Mrs. Pack of 30. and travel case,
Walla LJpsey gave the devotional. REQ. 69- LIMIT 2 MODEL XLR 3000 WINDMERE
Mrs. Sanders historian. In her talk ,u REG. $54.99
on Dickinson stated he was the one 4ge DRYCURLINQ BRUSH
who the State of Florida Interior
kept 4799 QQ Dual heat.Curls
from being Invaded during the Civil DRISTAN.n ,9 8 shapes MODEL 4
War. He also defeated the Federals in VHB-1 REQ. $lo.g 9
the Gainesville War and was also the TABLETS
only man to ever capture a gun boat p
and burned and sank it. Dickinson a Decongestant METAMUCILPOWDER GARRITY p
hero in the Civil War,was nicknamed tableta. Box of rx DISPOSALITE KEYSTONE XR308

Dixieland Mrs. H.L by; Speer the Yankees.read a letter Inviting 24. LIMIT 1.a .. For treatment of ., LIGHTER CAMERA '

all members to the convention constipation. 14 ounce .. '.-. Pocket alre with bullt
T$ 0ioi' wvS container. LIMIT 1 .+,,.rr..., Adluatable Nam. Infleah.Uses 11o film
which was held Oct: 8 in Fort Lauder- OwNYWI REG. $1.69 LIMIT 2Jy REQ. 53
wr. 4.89
dale where a fashion show was given J JFUN
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featuring The general styles federation of 1860. will be held 299 t_..1.... f 99 IIiINSECTICIDES 2999DUO _..
at Mildred Daytona Weisgerber Beach Nov.and 10 Mrs.to IS.W.B.Mrs. a .0" .. ;

Mundy were elected delegates to attend

the meeting.At -- -...---..-.-...---""' ..........'<1,1 a +
the close of the meeting a mo- *
ment of silent prayer was held In GERITOLTABLETS '
memory of Mrs. May Powell who SIZECANDY : II TANGPORTFOLIO
was a loyal member of the chapter for
many years. i BARSPALMOLIVE Bottle of 100 multi- 25% q
The hostesses served a salad courseto vitamins. LIMIT 1 .1 Assorted colors with
the 17 members attending. duringthe ;p Choose Baby Ruth Gelsrrllh I' I pockets. REQ. 39
social hour. r or Butter Fingera. 12 2Ns' [ EACHSWINGER
RE4 $1,29 399 O FF Choose :::.
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The Starke Golf and Country Club 1 WASHFor
clubhouse carried out the Las Vegas wA, line fab'ce.18' GRILL
atmosphere Saturday night for the ounce bottle. REQ. 18"x 18 grid tilt
Las Vegas Night fund raising program 139WHITE 99 LIMIT 169C away hood.adjustable
for the American Cancer Society drafts. REQ. $42.99

Guests. were greeted at the door by j 3288.
Mrs:H.M. Riherd and Mrs.J.W.Griffin. DETERGENT y'
who took up the tickets. _
Presiding at the snack table which Kind to hands 32 r'
was covered with a white linen cloth ounce bottle REQ. RAIN
and centered with a fall floral ar $1.49 LIMIT 1 $ HAIRSPRAY "NOBUGSMLADY"SHELF COMBI LOUNGER

rangement, were Mrs. Robert M. PAPERAssorted Heavy duty vinyl cover on
Autry .and Mrs. Freeman Register, cadmium plated steel frama. \
111. % patterns REQ. $12 88
George Roberts Jr. emceed the 99c'KODAK F ... 7.5 ounce treated to kill bugs
auction where over 200 prizes were 89."r aerosol 2 types 13 x 25'roll.REQ.99 988IINCH
auctioned off netting the Cancer '
Society with $890.Approximately. 77'
100 guests attended sus
during the evening.
Miss Lillian Stump chairman of the
local Cancer Society chapter was GRECIAN
assisted by Mr. and Mrs. James
Womack Mrs Louis Young and Mrs., FORMULA rx FORMICA TOP X 80 FEETGARDEN
W.H. Thomson. > =r HOSE
INSTANTPRINT 16 STEP STOOLSafety Double reinforcedwith

4 ounce bottle. nylon tire cord.
Mlss.Wendl. Lloyd *"- FILM Easy to use. LIMIT 1 Heavy steel legs REQ. $14.99

l Enjoy 10 'color per REG. $4.99
Shower Honoree \,: [; (eel' Instant prints 229' top.fTi1 1088OLM

ft %* (crush. 388MINI .. ,
Miss Wendi! Lloyd October 19 bride x
elect of William Byrd.was honored at arnt l lttI5
a bridal shower Monday evening Oct ..
8, at the Hampton City Hall ".
The gift table was covered with a CANNONBLANKETS BEAN POT
white 1 lace cloth over a yellow linen LAMP 1500REEL

cloth., rl? ,, lilt
The refreshment ,table also Choose Old Gold. ,. Ceramlclampwlth rt,. P ,1. 1 1 .1 & RODSkirted
f'Green. matching shad
Royal or Spring
spool and
covered with white lace over yellow
Assorted colors.
Nylon binding.. >i handle.With 2
was centered with a white cake PtaKCzfLSiflI REQ. $9.99 '
decorated with, a bride doll and piece rod. REQ $24.98
variegated flowers. At either end of PHOTO 1I 788
this table were crystal punch bowls. 499HARDSIDE 169EVEREADY9VOLT-, :
Flanking the cake were silver candleholders I REPRINTS
with blue tapers. Crystal I FROMYOUR f
compotes held nuts and mints.Floral FAVORITE COLOR
arrangements of yellow mums and NEGATIVE k
greenery ferns decorated the tables Bring in your favorite color / ,_
The piano was covered with a white B negative and order 5 quality + e blue or brown, ALKALINE
lace cloth. On either end of the piano I reprints on Kodak paper 12-INCH *' ..-
were potted ferns. ., REQ.$10.99 8 A.'OI1edcolor$. BATTERY r
21INCHREQ REQ. ,go29C a
5 .$1 IS 99 12" Tnlonaeattastlng C I
Corsages were presented to the 88I T 2V-INCH \..... power cell.REQ.$1.79 c.. '
honoree her mother Mrs. Hank Lott. fOR REos19.o915te .
and Mrs. Chesser,her grandmother I 109 :
Assisting In opening I Coupon good thru Saturday
honoree's sister Miss Jeannie Lloyd 1 October 13. 1979 1ii18

and Rhonell Estes. Miss Karen 8e9s p 181... : 1iLiJ
,Wilson kept the record book. t... -
Game prizes were won by Mrs. .,1 '):UltISALETHRUSATURDAY -; -:-
Charles Williamson and Mrs.Eugene 0

o Meug 1I000te; ell for this event were>Mrs'- HawytllA'elyellletla/nyledreQtJlafly OPENWEEKDAYSIAMtJlIPM1 1[" J .1. (JJil JffJilf( ] ttf I ] Jil15 f

TheahostessrgUtthe to'"aanndnMrs.'Uliha .,\; gte+ltxkg your pnecrtption 10 SUNDAY 10 AM tl17 PM \ -r + .If
) 1tYTMons "
honoree was a white neg'igee<< set, an. Eckerd: Optical Center SALE SHOP ITEMS EARLY SOME II't' fA ,
with matchinq revs '*
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.made and ; : : : ; rc.e.e. roe ,
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decorated the cake.a''rrdT.'eipMtr ._........,. '\P'V fIIIIIIII Irv! I (I)ouAUxY M.pCarrloNr 31 Walnut. St.lStarke. Fla.'i, ." '.

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I Beta SlgmalPhl I Attends Area Luncheon ADK Alpha Gamma Has Founders Program Oct. 8

1 I '1 1I Sept. 29 m Sigma Hodge.Beth Wathect) met Bryan Alpha Gamma,the local chapter refreshment
Phi from iW other ConSe Seal and Che% ,. Alpha Delta Kappa, women's education A Founder's Day program was car
member from Florida Oct. 2 at the home of Marie Wynn.,a sorority. observe ADK Week. ried out Monday n&bt. Oct. B, when
and Southern Georgia at tM Alhambra monthly meeting wax held. Oct.J-II. by Airmailing the teacher local persona were Invited.to speak to
Dinner Theater where a full day Plans for a M's Sock Hop to be heldat staffs of county. schools with the ao-tnember chapter about arts
of event were enjoyed.The the Civil Defense Budding were and crafts.: Gladys Thomas, Lucille
theme for the luncheon was made. The date will be Oct.: 19 for Johns, and Thelma Thornton were In
"Around !the World In Beta Sigma members, husbands and friends. Cindy Crews and charge of the program held In
Phi." The next meeting will be held St.Mark's Pariah House.
At 9 a.m. registration took place November 15 at the home of Linda Robert Rehberg Alpha Gamma Chapter numbers
and coffee and doughnuts were served Bowen. among Its projects: : 1)) donating
; to a.m.the guest lpeak",was Mr. To Wed Christmas guts to the Volunteers of
Nov. 10
James A. Ziegler a hypnotist; 11 a.m. America, a home for the retarded on
raffle drawings were held. Handy Wilder Art Show US-301 south In Starke; 2) sponsoring
crafts, along with several money Cindy L. Crews and a trip for the retarded to the Jacksonville
trees, were given away; 12 noon the Saturday, Oct. 13 At Rehberg will be united in marriage at the Zoo; 3) sponsoring the Special
10 at 1:00 p.m.
buffet luncheon was served; I p.m. SaturclaYll1'OV. Olympics; 4)sponsoring a senior Girl
the play "Love Ki_'.'. starring home of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Reeves, Scout troop and 5) donating funds to
? u r, Gale Gordon was enjoyed;; 4 p.m. the Starke Nursing Home Bayless Highway, Starke with a the Starke Nursing Home for arts and
closing ritual was said. reception following. crafts.
All friends and relatives are Invited
Those the luncheon
attending were
Bessie Wilder, an accomplished: ar-
Linda Bowen Rose Smith, Dimple tilL and resident of the Stark Nursing to and
II Qverstreet, Brenda Slade, Diane Home,who was 93 years old on Oct.t, Kathy Taylor
t will celebrate the occasion
: Saturday
Roy Clemons Celebrate66th 5: Oct. 13 at a Mlni-Art Show from 3 to 4 The Bobby CrosbysTo Charles GreenTo
.I Dimple Overtlreet won the sweepstakes prize of a 129 gift eertlflcste for her p,m. at the Nursing Home.
pair of needlepoint chain which she entered In the show. Displayed will be several paintings Celebrate Wed. Oct. 20 .
, Birthday SundayRoy and art work that she has done In her
life time. Miss Kathy Taylor and Charles i
Clemons celebrated' his 66th The public: Is cordially invited to at 25th AnniversaryBobby Green will be united in marriage :
. Magic Needle Fifth Annual Needlework birthday Sunday at a mullet dinner tend. Saturday Oct. 20, at 7:30 p.m. In the :
for 58 friends and relatives at their First Baptist Church with a reception

Show Had 125 Entries Oct. 4-6 home Out-of-town on Starling guests road.were.Mr. and and Carolyn Crosby will be following Club In the Starke Woman's i
hosted their sisters-in-law at a
The Magic: Needle Shop on Bessent shells; Second place M. Gordan Mrs. Otto Morgan of Ruskin Mrs. DUPLICATE BRIDGE reception by Sunday. October 14, honor All friends and relatives are Invite s
annual needleworkshow threadsampler. Louise Howell and Mrs. Loradell Hill CLUB RESULTS attend the wedding and reception. -
Road held its fifth Penny Farms-counted ing the couple on their :29th: wedding to
of Brooksvllle. Mr. and Mrs. Eaton
Thursday Friday and Saturday .
Oct. 4 6 with over 200 visitors Crewel Pillows: First place PaL Parrish and Mrs. Mamie Fairish of Lora the Francis and Rhea at Johnson anniversary.The reception will be held from BRADFORD SQUARE FLORIST I
were winning Duplicate
Jacksonville Mrs. Heath of
viewing and enjoying the show. Park Second Agnes
Orange place
; 2-3:30 at the Worthington Springs
There were 125 entries from Starke M. Roberts, Lake Geneva. Fort Lauderdale,Mr.and Mrs.Junior Bride Tuesday night played at the Community p.m. Building.No DESIGNS DYPROFESSIONALS j
Inn. Eva Mathewson and
Gainesville,Lake Butler. Palatka and Latch Hook Wall Hangings: First Clemons of Waycross. Mr. and Mrs. Invitations are being sent, but
Krtsh Sonl were second and Lucile
Jacksonville. Liza Minesinger, Keystone Kirby Padgett of Plant City and Mr. \
place Green and Cell Terwillegar all friends and relatives are Invited to
awarded and Mrs Eunice Rhoden of Lake were
Prizes were: Heights-Horses; Second place -Cert attend.
.'urnllur.First: place Dimple Johns Starke-Pair of woodland Butler. third. 964-7954
Overstreet. Starke-A pair of scenes. .
needlework chairs;; Second place Latch Hook RUM: First place L. -
Annie Jennings, Gainesville-Antique Mathews, Palatka; Second place -
rocker covered with Bargello Martha Byrnes Keystone Heights; .

cushions. Third place Mr. E. Gordan, Penny 1980
Seed I.-point Pictures: (Two first Farms, .' .
place) First place Kathryn Mcmeley- Qullli Jane Anderson, Tampa. -' ,.
Lawtey-King Tut design in blue and Applique in white, pale green and CUTLASS .
gold. First place Bunch Powers pink,
Gainesville-Indian Chiefmultiplecolors Very Special MERIT Awards wentto ENTER DRAWINGS
and Starke--World; lace : 1980 OLDS WON ,
Kandy Costello. map; Combs GainesvillePetitePoint

Third Ducks place in -flight Marie; Slemer Merit .Starke-Kitty Starke-Needlepoint Evening Bag;Santa Lucille Doll Payne with, 1. YOU COULD WIN THE NEXT CAR ;,. '

Chism.SUrke-Leopard. Turkey Stitching; Carol Sims, St. HERE'S HOW
Needlepoint Pillowi: First place Mary's Ga.-Counted Thread Pillow
Mae Miller Starke-Pair of pillows "Mandy"; Anne Whiffen, Starke-3 Whether. M not yen win a....h!NI..In eur Monday nrgrrtPreeetba .
(swans); Second place Bunch Square Pillow In Cream colored .a.I.... rr,"came. Cu.,..all..yew Supreme toolbar drawing)game.. .tkk.t..1. Writ your MRS.
Powers Gainesville-Chickens; Third Criswell ..dd.... Mid number ticket NEXT DRAWING WILL ALLEN II. DAVIS
multiple stitching; Sally name photo en every game
Thomas Lake Butler- BaaNT1A11'S ,... pride .....week,return themPantry JACKSONVILLE OCT. 18, 1979
place Sylvia Counted Thread Picture."Daughter" i. e II.et.I.Mry during GAINESVI...... FLA.
.80 ......... .
Pair of mouse pillows Honorable IftOn. LUCKY t pride and them I In the SWCCPSTAKIS
; Betty Nettles Starke- t4f. '
; '" .. ,:to M.Nth..t..Nk .ANti.kN.d.p..lt.dthat' week IANTsAT 1980OLDSMOEILLd.rnTI.pP.rna.ddOsthhIUc.Otw.wWwed
Mention Babs Myers, Starke-Pair of Latch Hook Christmas Tree Skirt; G''f.'' 0""" ,. .. QUill O IN. T HISRS
pillows (horses). and Marguerite Hall, Starke-. 'II'"'' ..a.,.... of OUR PHILLIPS MALL WINNER
., _.
Knitting: First place Burney 1SSO Old. Cutlass Supreme c A new drawing.11I
and Embroidered Christmas table cloth ....held. every week fer 17 ....... AT 10 A.M.
Winkler. Starke-Matchinc cape with 8 matching napkins. -
hat; Second place Thelma Townsend -- II
Gainesville-two piece dress; "
Third place Judy Brown, Starke- +l l ii ''e JII
Afghan.Crochet. Local Beauty Pageant Set a'I. r

First Beulah Evans, I. ,
: place
Gainesville--bedspread; Second place The second annual Dream Girl / e 1 ..
will be held Saturday

Beauty Pageant
-place H. Vogt.Kitty Melrose-sweater Chism, Starke-shawl.; Third ,Dec.1,at the National Guard Ar Best Buy Jn"Productl .
in Starke. 1 0a
: Picture First place mory
Embroidered : 1.A N f
Eleanor Samuels, Gainesville-Shell Entries are now being accepted Fresh Tender Carrots 2i as35VSao ,
Second Lucille from area residents who wish to take .
sampler; place In the Dec. 1, contest which will ftm ,
part 1
Third 1if
Payne Starke-Sampler; place I White Mushrooms .
naw a
have five divisions. Tiny Dream Boy
Jones. Starke-Elephants. ntl ....
Becky and. Dream Girl for s a ua.r ttw >>
Tiny youths aged
Needlepoint Bell Pulls: First place u49
Bartlett Pears
) 3-6; Little Miss Dream Girl for girls
D. ,Gainesville Second .
Lipham place .
D ; aged 7-10; A Junior Miss Dream Girl t 10 $ w.u.Il'
Lucille Payne. Starke. Potat'aes tag
Needlepoint- Luggag.Rack..: First for girls aged 11-15; and Miss Dream 34:9cLB ti.S. NO. 1 Chef M
division for LB L.A INA1wv- S
place B. Roberts Gainesville; Se- girl young women aged 49,
Fresh Slaw Salad .
cond place Jane Trawlck, Starke. 1621.Winners $AG 4 or iu U
In each division will
unxtu s.
First Needlepoint place Christmas- Bunch Stockings Powers: receive a crown banner flowers, SAVE 200CALIFORNIA SAVE 20di SAVE 204 Canadian Rutabagas u18i: .

Gainesville; Second place Kandy trophy and $1$.00, while first and second iwim. : f.
Third Jackie runnerups receive trophies. Fresh Avocados 2r :
Costello,Starke; place- ,01.104. U

Lines, Lawtey and England. ty Contestants, poise and personality.will be Judged on beau- RED l FRESH GREENCUKES MELLOW'Golden f]j
Crewel Pictures: First place Martha ,', TEt.mRIf''piC.r SWEET A
1 Brown. Lake City; Second place C. Interested persona should contact: tf, KAYGRAPES Mft
Bucy, Melrose; Third place Iris Debra Norman Fla. 32091 Rt. 2,call Box 113 F-2, u TO orPEPPERS FRESH RipeBANANAS f*
Starke or MargaretAnn
Hitch, Alachua; Honorable Mention -
Bennett 984-6250 after 1:00: P.M.or .
Kandy Costello, Starke. ,
Embroidered Bell Pulls First place. Joan Carter 964-5165, or 782-3577 CELERY UrFl
Samuels counted thread after 9 p.m. s
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For Fleas' A Ticks (May be Put On Animals)

Controls Many Pests 'In The Garden $ 68 A4'l7 SAYS 104 f'r'A t 320&MTL. 79* 1 LAUNDRY m FLAKED 'IJ'/f'r'A lAva 'OtS "l. GIANT ROLL S9V .


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ITb FERTI-LOM E ROSE FOOD Magic Dressings 89 $ArE too C.LOVERE.SA

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Special Formula Rose Food Plus SystemicInsecticide Soap r;4MUN /
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To All Parts Of The Plant, I Kills Sucking A Pantry Pride 2SA
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Chewing Insects tj A A O6U PamperTbTsposabls Diapers *6.88Pampers ; ,, LAUNDRY %
.. >. Box Disposable Diapers $6.88 Tea.lags 100 ct.
DETERGENT BWyri,e&akeryl 1
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\ ty Chorus Pleases Audience In First Concert ; .
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8Ued the 3kGIoI group begs prat.tine the charts and that anyone who ba.e '" 1' .' ., .
.... auditorlu( n tofiff' fIN'Its Cliriltmal Coneert at 1:80 the desire 10 sing faro enjoyment and .., ,' r.""I,', .. : ', ,,,, "., ,\. ,.
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J concert of the noel. wb ci Oct. IS. et entertainment of the community i.weleome / ,
room. >
to Join the group.1 the next
MeRu.Chonu WIder, the adc1ltleMl voice will be welcome in pr"," .....
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graon Climaxed by: dominated the stirring the"s5 ro-ng KLPOA Supper and DIrectors Meeting Set n

or Demoeracy". which: brought 4 he.
audience to Its feet In a standing O 'a.lion. Member and guests of the Association will have a covered dish
.Other traditional 101I: Kingsley Lake Property Owner supper in the KLPOA club house Fri. ---
such as "Battle Hymn of t +1 day night Oct. 13. starting with asocial
Republic" and "This II i<\4HIIiLrV .. Car Wash and hour at S p.m..followed by sun- ,.,'
were presented In unique at, .. per at?. ,
rangements that demonstrated tH e Wax Saturday The KLPOA Board of Directors will .
sbf sties of the choral groud meet at S a.m. Saturday Oct. 13, in '.', ,
developed 1n the brief period since 11\\ is Woman's ClubThe the club house at which time Col.
start last Jllly.Varlatlonl Wm.T. Cacaba State Quartermaster q1M
from the patriotic them* i Starke Woman's Club will hold from Military Headquarters at St.
were the Appalachian folk song a car wash and wax Job on Saturday, Augustine, will group
"Black Is The Color of My Truk Oct. 13 from a.m. to 4:30: p.m. In the concerning environmental matters on
Love's Hair." and a bass tour de parking lot adjacent to the club house. Kingtley Lake. All members of the {
force"Ole Jim,"lung by Kevin Neel.! For a donation of $1000 to the Association, as well as the general
A crowd pleaser' public are invited to attend the directors
S&y was the Woman'Club your car wUl be washed -
mother-daughter ragtime duet, ,waxed and the interior vacuumed.Or meeting
Joplin'l "The Entertainer Seoul Just washed and vacuumed for

by JoAnn Canova and Cindy,MRae ; 12.00.

First Presbyterian x r''tdLtMtYp"iRr, 'U Y'7 h
4 USED T.V.sl! r"rt Eal/mllt./

r MOW LAWNS Church Activities
r-l: Black & White .
TRIM SHRUBBERYEDGE Dr.William H. KaoVI former president &- Members *' the Klrtl U"Hr- Methodist Church of Fellowship Hall the. new building<< provldr the church
$2900 a up SIDEWALKSLANDSCAPE of Eckerd College, will be guest Stark dedicate their sew Fellowship Hall In Sunday m.... with a modern lichen and has a rovrrrd driveway en- I
; speaker at the 11 o'clock service Sun. fling "1'\11'"; ""if""* hall al left matches the yellow trance on Jackson Street directly.cross the street from .
brick of the the Bradford
Presbyterian Church. in ISSl. Larger than the original County Ubnry.
Color $95 & Up I Call u. Communion will be observed.

NICK'SLAWN Methodists Consecrate New Fellowship Hall I

T.V. SALES SERVICE The church youth had a visitationlast
Sunday afternoon to the church John A. Torode chairman. of the Methodist Church Fellowship Hall, made by the late Col Comer 4 Peek
US 301 SERVICE elderly, returning afterwards to the J building' committee; Scott which was consecrated for use In the and his son Carlyle members of the '
Lawtey 762-3152 church for dinner served by Mrs. Whitehead. the builder; and Rev. church program at morning worship church to use in the earlier sanc I
782.3354 Herb Herres and daughter, Lataln. George Harper assisted hi laying the services last Sunday. Wary
cornerstone in the new $150,000 First Sealed Into the building with the Gathering In the church for the n
cornerstone were two simulated stone o'clock service, the large congregation
-0 blocks from the old church building, heard we minister read the consecration
and a stone hand Inscribed with the ritual with response from
date Feb. 4, 1936 from the old the membership. Following the out
CA'SH WINNERS PLAYING Fellowship Hall which was moved door cornerstone ceremony< here from Lawley and remodeled in and visitors gathered In the
MONDAY NIGHT that year. The stone blocks were new hall for a covered dish dinner.

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Pantry Pride Cooked Salami M4 CENTER ;CUT BEEf c:

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un M MM 'I", Maple River Sausage Roll .. < "JiT.oldt
Bordens American Singles 13' Sliced Imp, orted Ham OSCAR MAYER IAVI4041 .' quite get the mud where Its supposed to go Sunday morningas
till ...... ntJIIIM Nt/M 221 WMWIUWTysons Corn Dogs 98" ..-- t2N 'ACKAGIVAiii he symbolically helped: l lay the cornerstoneof. the new Fellowship Hall. Con. I
Fyne Spred Oleo Qtrs. 43" Smoked S* usageIMIMMMUt LUNCH MEATS tractor Scott Whitehead left, looks o*.
.fMUAss't. .M'mud mm OH MIMUM L
lOtI MMIe Ile 88.1Vaetabll 48" Ocean Perch Fillets LI'151 PACK lS8i
Oil Spread 2 ,:, Chip. ped Meats Did You Know......

ea .*mA..__. OSCA ru.5A.rr MATCH Rev. and Mrs K.O. Padgett 01 Misses Vickie Turner Lin Gillls
CUMD r.fA_A FREEZER QUEEN i MP/I/ Plant City were weekend guests of and Sally halter of Lake Wales willthe
ROUND TURKEY BLICljPOl\ DOUARTER SY.Ny Slle Mrs. P.D. Reddish and family. spend weekend with Mrs. Janet


40 A IB MANSIZB SH CATTiet, JL Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stefa neW and
!258 T PACK** 48LISTERINEOR SPAGH''''TUMKSV a MCATSAU.S.OH Mr. and Mrs. Russell Norman will be
1 of Mr.and
1NN' CHARCOAL Step PATTIttSAV8 Friday night dinner guests
)"r 30(1 Newsthat's Mrs. Robert StefaneUi Gainesville
fair Joining the party will be Mr.and Mrs.
2i48 Dave Luke and daughter of Fort
Grade' A Lg. 58 concise Lauderdale. :
i USTERMINT Fres Eggs LO PKQ.tflL FROZEN accurate Mrs. Agnes Heath'returned to her
home In Fort Lauderdale Wednesdayafter
that seeks 10 days visit with Mr. and Mrs. .
MOUTHWASH POLKA DOT W.E. Till Mr.,and Mrs. Eldon
S WITCH out solutionsto Sapp and family.

CAT FOOD RICE1ex0U world
I Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Johns of
r 15ot fl problems Crystal Lake and Mr. and Mrs. Earl
CANSWEET'HLOW I 4 FOR$1 G 249 Joyner of Jacksonville spent Thursday -
HALF that gives to Monday at the home of Mr.and
1 1gAVI Brinaon New Orleans"
Mrs. Vernon
32oz 177 | CAT LITTER GAL you aclearer and attended the UF-LSU game

a view Saturday night In Baton Rouge and
I BTL. 200 the Loa Angeles Rama-New Orleans
1 V SAVE 20tf COUNT aso $I79IRHTsf 2011 BAG) $119 of bothnational Saints footbaU game at the Super-
dome on Sunday. .

ST. ,MARY'S "Bethftuysm FrvsenFoodrll Mr and Mrs. Paul G. Brown and.
IYevlilreYB.vrrily JII C and family attended the St.Johns Country

son r PUFFS11Z 3 BLANKETSABSORTCO COt.ORSms __1"'I" internationalnews. Dar Friday.soccer game In Waycross. ,

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Body On Tap Shampoo .'IOOP' /" 2.0 COUNT-, 2 FOR TWINCHILDREN'S *89BOR MortoLnfrozen' Pot Pies 3/M Mr. and Mrs. W.S. Hiss returned
, after three weeks tour of
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AimToothpaste fambrecht'Frozen Pizza 89INMiMM England and 12 countries EnroperMrs.
MM....ML.--.AM. .I 99narea.atrM.m Man ry stride CHARACTER.
final Net Hair Spray LA".vu : Pride Orange Juice 3/M Lex Green. Mrs. LJi Jennings
I !' GLASS Pantry J.McCriff.Sr.and Mrs
Sure Solid f,3 ,iTLVIITIN. .AV. tODNHV. < IM u>..MMfc HUt $1$f59i H.L.; Mrs.eO! of Starke and Mr. and .s
SMALL. MIOIUl) ron 79C W.MTV Frozen Deviled Crabs and >
I .IO"U_TOSSMITS1 3.oa '99 0 e'It's Mrs. W.M. Green of Tallahassee
CRESTTOOTHPASTE wise CAM 011 Sole IONNISCLEAR Wf W MUM ( Mr. and Mrs. R.A. Green of t
r Pet Quick Maid Waffles Gainesville and families had dinner .
FUJI FILM or BttOWUN ..W........> .59" Sunday the Rebel House In Alachua. )
Frozen Garlic Bread celebrating Mrs. Lex Green's, birth
iAvA&AnlIN: 4.W8T. STOMCS) HMWCoffei art !there.Ask any ""l
3/.c/ Monitor reader Or, betteryet.
: loa 110 OH 12S i 99| .#. 9ge tightener subscribe yourself from Tne tftdted Methodist Women'sSunday .
119 Mes
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. [ wee up to one year' at $40. ,Oct. 2,at Peppt's Restaurant in IGalnesvUle
Just call tod free" : ,- celebrating Mrs Olin '
, MUELLER) 5 White's birthday.

: PFEIFVERBRI9SIMG SPAGHETlTMIM rl SPAGHITTISAUCI 8 ?25-7090 Mr. and' Mrs. Ernie flitter of., I

1OOO ISLAND.WIN* sPAOKtrri ''ONKLBOWMACAMC 211 ASSORTED FLAVOMS L= L (In Mass.. call collect '. .Hamlet, N.C. are Saturday to Thurs-ii$, 1
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BCH Getting ;.':J t,\.'

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Bradford County Telegraph Introduces a new feature column by
Debra Jordan Norman.Debra will be writing articles concerning fashion, I" ','
hair care, skin care, health and beauty and exercise. MachineA .
Debra has lived In this area all her life. She I II a Mary Kay Beauty Consultant >
a former Bradford County Strawberry Queen Newberry ? '
Watermelon Queen, the reigning Lawtey Strawberry Sweetheart Fla. new $139,000 Litton X-ray 'i
Watermelon Queen 11 runner up In 1979. and hal various other runner up machine will be replacing the old t .
title Debra Is the coordinator for the Dream Girl Pageant, which will be machine at the Bradford County
held annual December Hospital since hospital board
If you have any questions and would like help or advke. please feel freeto members unanimously approved the
write Mrs. Norman Question and answers will be published at ran purchase at their regular meeting.
dom. All names. will be withheld. Write to: Bradford County Telegraph There could be a$ ,OOO difference in
AU: Debra Norman P.O. Drawer A. Starke. Fla. 32091. the final cost, however, said Marcus ;ff
Drewa. president of the JacksonvilleMethodist r-

Hospital Foundation Inc. _
CHOOSING TIlE RIGHT FOUNDATIONA Drewa also recommended a new
X-ray room together with the
beautiful face means having beautiful skin. Any woman can have a flawless emergency room and labs be constructed -
looking complexion, when they nave chosen the right foundation and applied it In the area which waa the
to their skin properly. maternity ward. He said if the three
Foundation is used to even skin tones cover tiny lines. Imperfections, procedure areas were together, BCH
blemishes: and shadows. It provides a base for the rest of your makeup while it could provide more efficient servicesto
Is protecting your skin from damage by the sun, wind and air p.)UuUon. its patients. He estimated construction + c 1
There are three things that should be considered when choosing a foundation: costs at 20000.
(U) Skin type ((2) Coverage ((3) Color. Together these three things will. help you The old machine Is unreliable and
to create a beautiful complexion.: getting to the point of a complete .
If your skin is normal to dry an oil based makeup is breakdown Drewa pointed out, which'

your best bet. If your skin is oily, you need a water bas would mean more money than a new ---. ....-. .
,; ed foundation.: A salesperson or a Beauty Consultant machine could ever cost.
can tell you which foundations are oil based and which Volunteer workers Betty Cummings, Jessie Smith. Project Alma Jenkins make pot 'Her to advertise a disco dance. r
i are water based. Administrator Dave Libby told Director Hardwlck Taylor, Christine Harmon and Juanlta Taylor was not present for photo. )
I members the new chassis for Rescue .\
..lit skin tones
b If you have small scars or very irregular ,

"j you coverage.wanting would more For choose polish slight a foundation uneven a sheer skin foundation with tones medium or would just to simply be high the was roll"Unit 14900.60 within Is here a week.and will Cost be for"ready the unit to 5 Volunteer Workers On Duty) />> at RJ'E r

perfect choice. "The EMTs and technicians are
I' After you have considered your skin type and what very pleased with it," Libby said. Five Starke ladies are working In support and provide academic credit vo lunteers will receive: 1)) a modest
type of coverage you need, you then need to decide on The hiring of two doctors for... was University Year for ACTION (UYA), for students for one year's full-time stl ipend of $150 per month. 2) Blue #!
!' f' :4' the right color. Choose a color that is absolutely closest unanimously approved. Dr. Oswaldo a federally funded program in which anti-poverty work. Ct :-oss/Blue Shield Health Insurance;
Debra Norman to your own natural skin tone. The color should not be Barbosa, currently working in college students work full-time in Central to the mission of UYA are 3; optional life insurance through ACT .
more than one shade darker or lighter than your own skin. Jacksonville, will join' the staff as a human service agencies for a periodof five major goals: 1) provide effective ION, 4) a health examination for
To get the right color, you need to experiment with several shades. Put the urology specialist, and Dr. Bruce one year combining service and humanpower to work on poverty pro- U lose over 44 at no expense to thev.
foundation on your face not on your hand which Is usually different in color. Stechmiller from Gainesville as an service learning. grams, 2) encourage university or olunteer 5) 10 days paid vacation.
Blend a little color along the jawline to see how well it matches your neck as oncologist. The two" will serve on the The program Is sponsored through college involvement in local poverty SFCC, In its second funding year. Is .''
well as your facial skin. "courtesy staff or a case-by-case Santa Fe Community College. UYA Is communities, 3) combine community o ne of four community colleges in the1
Applying foundation should be done by using clean finger tips in upward and status-patients will be refered to funded through ACTION, sponsoring service and service learning in an integrated r ration to be awarded a UYA grant. '
outward movements. Covering the face, blending In well under the chin and up them by BCH physicians. agency for the Peace Corps, VISTA one-year program, 4) administer J ;FCC manages all aspects of the '
to the hairline. Don't forget the neck, apply a small amount of foundation and Drewa informed board members.there Foster Grandparents, RSVP and volunteer projects at the 1 {rant, provides external degree cur '
blend in well. Nothing looks more unattractive than having a line, where you were 12 patients less during the other volunteer programs. local level by using universities or I riculum opportunities, and recruits ,,u
left off with your foundation. month of August than there were at colleges and 5) Institutionalize the 1 provides orientation and places
the same time last year. Also, the Volunteer ladies from Starke are above goals at participating schools. students in one of six approved agen- '
length of patient stays has been Betty Cummings Jesse Smith Alma Considered federal employees, the settings. .'
DYAL FAMILY reduced by 41 days-the average Jenkins, Christine Harmon, and cy
REUNION OCT. 14 length of stay Is 5.5 days. The hospitalis Juanita Taylor. Mrs. Smith and Mrs. -- t
BIRTHS running at a 66 percent occupancyrate. Harmon are enrolled in the programfor DWIGHT LATER'S '.
The family of the late Ed and Vida credit toward an Association of 1
Dyal will have a reunion Sunday Oct. According the financial report, Arts or Associate of Science degree. I
14 in the Green Cove Springs park. Mr. and Mrs. Connie L. LaFever of $2.5 million has been received in The others are SFCC grads and are
Basket lunch will be served at 1 Starke announce the birth of a son, revenues with a loss of $62,000 from enrolled for enrichment. Food 1& Scat f
p.m.All Robert Duane, born Oct. 3 at Shand's the operating expenses of the rescue Based In the old RJE school now U.S. 301 S. 1
relatives and friends are invitedto Teaching Hospital. Grandparents are units. Drewa said $177,000 was takenin operated by the Bradford County Con- 7A.M.12 P.M. ft ;'"nutSt e
attend. Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Jeffers. from patient fees. cerned Citizens Inc., the UYA program ----- -- -- -
enrollees will make surveys of
Raymond and Cindy Eaves announce community needs and problems, will MOTOR 011 39-i, RC or NEHI "

Did You Know..... the birth of a son. Kevin give aid in planning and carrying out $41 OR PEPSI ,;
James born Sept. 2 in Alachua Did You Know... social activities and will conduct a 3 Ots. I 29
. 7t series of workshops. Tax \
(from patio General Hospital. 16OZ, ..t
Maternal grandparents are the late Primary mission Is to provide Plus Tax 8 Dep.
] Archie Green of Miami will visit his Rev. James Robert Haisten and Mrs. Conventional oil drilling methods human resources on a volunteer basisto 1
mother, Mrs. L.J. Green over the Gertrude Haisten of Starke. recover about 35 percent of the oil in a organizations, agencies and groups Borden's ALL BRANDS BEER :;
weekend. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and field. As fuel becomes more scarce working toward elimination of of the
Mrs. Clinton Eaves of Starke. and prices rise oilmen are going back causes of proverty. Federal grantsare $189 $100 Case
\ Miss Latain Herres of Tampa has .to extract more oil from old wells, us- made to eductional institutions to MILK Gal. Cost ;
A moved back to Starke and at present : ing costlier methods such as pumping establish UYA projects which recruit,
n is living with her parents Mr. and water into the ground to force the oil '
/ Mrs. Herb!Ier cs. out National (Geographic says. ;*

Misses Jean Mund.raQd XV weed; itr ..... 1)-.. .'/a'V .-n -.. .: .- A* t1j1-! ,.... 1 T I I I
ford of Tallahassee spent the Last year Americans returned Ig j J

at the Mundy cottage at Kingsley billion aluminum cans for recycling- _
) Lake. one of every four aluminum cant tw ',
manufactured, says National

Mr. and Mrs. C.H. Nasworthy Geographic.In /1 Nr !ri I I
returned Monday from a 15 day trip to ,
the British Isles. 1801 a Mrs. Prout of South Wind- --' I
sor, Conn:, made the first American
Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Sapp spent cigars, recalls the National
Thursday to Sunday in North and Geographic Society's, children's atlas
South Carolina. "Our Fifty States. .
Mr. and Mrs. B.J. Eggers visited Fish that are washed into the Dead '
their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. Sea's supersaline water die almost instantly (s! ) .l j NO CHARGE EXTRA \
and Mrs. David Byers in Jacksonvilleon C says National Geographic.Only FOR COLOR I
Saturday.Mr. Z salty waters.microorganisms survive in the I

and Mrs. A. Russell Norman t f
spent Thursday to Monday in Louisiana A diamond Is actually a very pure I fI
visiting in New Orleans Baton Hampton's First carbon, formed millions of years ago
Rouge and the Evangeline Acadian Black Fireman under intense heat and pressure of the
country. On Saturday night they attended earth's liquid magma says National {
Leroy Patterson Is Hampton's first I
the UF-LSU football game. black volunteer assistant fire chief. Geographic. .. lu.l I t,
Patterson work with the City of "j t tI
Lil and Audrey Griffis spent Sept.3OOct.2 H. I
Slarke as an engine operator Panama Canal locks 1,000 feet long.
in Melbourne where they attended 110 feet wide and 70 feet deep cannot tr
Lil's sons, Ron and Eddie'sbirthdays. take giant tankers that draw 90 feet of r
water and are 200 feet wide and 1.300 A1
Did You Know. feet long. National Geographic points- 1 I,
Mr. and Mrs. R.O. Dansby attendedthe .. "" ana %
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funeral of a brother-in-law, Ray out. But though the big ships must :
A rug serving as an extra make a 9,600 mile detour around .eic.ow.V'" vert,
McFadden. in Ozark Ala. '
on Mondayof
last week. layer of insulation on the Africa they carry so much oil that it 9M .
floor, helps keep heatedor is cheaper than using smaller vessels ::1 r
Mr. and Mrs. A.J. Eaves and Mr. cooled air in a room.' able to sail through the canal. II "\
and Mrs. 4nn; I \
George Winkler were in '
Daytona Beach Oct. 5-6 to attend the .
National Guard 146th Battalion Of 1 ,!
ficer's party. I .- { !

Miss Norma Canova and Paul .
Canova are moving from N. Walnut j
Street to Jacksonville on Friday. : DAYS Roa.._.coo.. ......Y.op..,... ..n 120 "oa.TOUCHMATIC..". ceoll."MICROWAVE..y.t_.p..OVEN..,..Oft 1 i
von cun. with 700 w.11. ofd ootung nil current wish, 700 ..11. of Cool "
Mrs. Steve Kuechenmeister and po-.O'Vf'' r\95 poi.. $
daughter, Kim of Ga. $39. $569
Athens 7.ou"
spent 1 ';
: the weekend with her grandparents VISIT OUR.STORE FOR 1 1I 1I
Mr. and Mrs. Leo .1. 1t
1. Champion.

Mrs. Mildred Sommer of Melrosewas ; :
weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. SAVINGS I !
J.T. Carver. the

P ople Who ,
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Andrews returned s tsars na.a esnss tttw stet sea arcs f Caret

last Wednesday after three months FRUIT AND SHADE TREES
; in Little Switzerland N.C. I
Apple Chinese Elm .
a Mr. and Mrs. L.M. Stoner of Ocala '", d 'tea IIt8t10t I
Pear Maple :,0' 2 5O//
spent the weekend with Mr. and Mr*. l
George W. Brown. Plum Magnolia .. OFF
If Lemon Red Bud "i- '
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hurt of Pit VALUES TO tOM _
tsburgh. !(al. are guests of Mr. and Calomondln Tulip Poplar -
Mrs. Leo Champion for 10 days. assts assn Lessor sa. s.r t' 1

Mrs. Roger Householder and M nrStyle.. ,.,., FERTILIZER I
children of Bushnell and Dan McKin- INDICA VARIETIES
ney of Lake City spent the weekend V.TIMNs a Irp.' l.oc atu .OOMAlfl ...-. 1- I
with their 50 It. $ 89 1 : W 4 000 TUM tIt ,wa..couwU, .-.. .ear ?ur .riv.';;;:;-.. ,.......... Nawq
mother Mrs. Settle I"0l ** gal. Rtg. 2" $211ALL p ulion nw11NG1.1 'r...F.NI.NI .w........_. ... ;:::... .. /, .i.ywgn j N+... s k._rtt W _.,..... ,l ,rG..Mgr1.M
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Jacksonville Beach, Kay Turner Bob PH. 064-8104 $27995 'S39's I. .. 1249" ..- '389' .299'9 1399'9 I
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October ii. 117* TEUSGKAPH: Page**
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BROOKBR @a Future .
Mrs. Anne Samons ".'; ,.. Farmers of America News W!.
presided at the Sept. 18 ward's Altar Society held Tuesday IN BRIEF -
Edward'* Parish Council meeting held in of the St. evening, Oct. 2, in the patoi The Bradford Sr. F.F.A. Chapter Sentinel Kevin Elixson and Chaplain IheoffiomofthcfedtitfcsibtHtfe ..........,... !
Altar Chairmen, held its first business We Soot Clark.
parish hail.1leverend meeting. *. they war joined by more
Coca By Jeannett4t
and Mrs. Carol Pre eotl
Ashllne dwRMsed new business and .
Father Martin Jung, new pro- thaaJM other officers from the ..
pastor, gave recommendations displayed Baptismal cloths being JJKtt for this year. We hope to have roundfejig eowtt. ...r. Union,
correction of drainage for made by the Society. Mrs. Jane BROOKER BAPTIST CIlVRCMl h best year ever. Bradford Jr. EPA News Putnam Clay and Alachua.
the parking lot. Plans were problems also In Bawek and Mrs. Barbara Anderson Brooker Baptist Church Is having a The first contest in F.F.A. Is the On Friday. Oct. S the Bradford Jr. Duvaf .,
made have altar care during October. revival which started Oct. 7, forestry FFA Chapter officers: President.
for a parish grounds cleanup Sunday contest. It will be held at Marilyn Griffis, ReporterPINE
Donna Samons, CCD day. November 17 was set as a church and will continue through UC'13.. Olena State Park on Oct. 18. The Randy Merritt; vice-president. Mark ;
grade school religion coordinator classes of cleanup day.Chairman. Rev. James R. McLeod. pastor of teams have not been decided yet. A Crews; secretary, Teresa Griff;
for classes which gave Mary Cissy outlined Is the news letter will be posted when teams treasurer Guy Wayne Parrish; .
plans from 10-10:49 are held each plans for the Parish Bazaar scheduled mspmeaker.pHOMECOMChurch ING will are picked. reporter, Marilyn Grufls; sentinel h .

Sunday Mrs. Claire Brunetti a.m., for November 30 and December 1 follow. Oct. 14. Please have all this !In The new Sr. Officers for 79-0 are Eddie Barnes,chaplain,Randy Luke; LEVEL BAPTIST CHURCH "I
CCD coordinator sent High School at the Bradford Square. Members and your prayers and make plans now to President Mike Williams, Vice- attended a Leadership School. The Sty miles weal ef Starke-Hwy 100
classes which are held on Wednesday plans for for friends were invited to donate Items attend. You will receive many bless President Doug Watson Secretary purpose of this was to inform each of Raman Alvarri. I'aKor a
affair. ings. Nancy
Bennett Treasurer Mark .
evenings. it1i'iil8U E !\
Charles Shaeffer gave informationon Mrs Kathy Perninl Invited Williams Reporter Randy Harris Sunday morning: Radio broadcast ;
local Senior Citizens activities. members to attend a Spiritual Births United Pentecostal Church (WPXE), 8:39, Sunday School, 10:00.: )
Michael Brunetti, CYO Retreat at St. Leo's Abbey from Oc Rev. and Mrs.Andrew Moon are lOt N.Water St. Morning Worship 11:00, Sunday
information on the president tober 28-28. very proud to announce the birth of Pastor: Rev.O.L Wells evening. Adult Choir rehearsal, 5:30: ,
gave youth
and future plans which Include visitations group Mrs. Anne Samons was named their daughter Andrea Florence, In Friday: 7:30: P.M. Youth Service; Training Time, 8:30: Evening. Worship -
to the local Nursing Home Reservation Chairman of the Fall Alachua General Hospital Wed.Sept. SERVICEMENYeoman Sunday: 10:00: A.M. Sunday School; 7:00. Wednesday nlna, Midweek -
Gainesville Deanery Meeting 28. She weighed 7 Ibs. 6 ou. She Joins Sunday: 7:30 P.M. Evangelistic Ser Service, 7:30: Adult Choir
Parish Schedule scheduled: for October 18 at the two proud brothers Andrew and vice. Rehearsal 8:30.
Western Steer Steak House Thomas. Paternal grandparents are Seaman James E.Barber _
Masses: Sunday. 9 and 11 a.m. Restaurant.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Moon of return from Mediterranean
Monday. p.m. Tuesday, Wednesday Antoinette StefanelU International Lakeland, Fl. Maternal grandmother
and Friday. 8:30 a.m. Saturday. Affairs Chairman, announced Is Mrs. Ada Burkholder of the Advent Navy Yeoman Seaman James E. HIGH Calendar

p.m.Religion Classes plans for an International Dinner to Christian Home, Dowling Park Fl. Barber, son of Donald E. and Joan C. BRADFORD Weekly
: Pre primary thru be held in the parish ball on Barber of Rt. 2. Box TOE and whose .\ Interested
6th 12th grades Sunday. 10 a.m. 7th thnr November 4 at S p.m. Rev. Moon Is the new pastor of wife, Angle Is the daughter of Ben P. 8:30-11:30: a.m. FLORIDA STATE wrestlers should contact Coach Harris
grades Wednesday 7 p.m. Following the meeting Dr. Bill Len- Brooker Baptist Church. and Dorothy Bryant of 33e N. Walnut ASSESSMENT TEST, Second Half prior to this date.
Wednesday 10 a.m. non, Director of the Bradford Union St.;,* all of Starke recently returned involves 11th graders and some 12th
Confessions: 4 to5p.m.and 6 to 6:45 Mental Health Department was introduced Personals: from a six-month deployment to the graders. ()('T. IS-MOSIU Y
p.m., Saturday. Rosary Miraculous as the guest speaker. He Mediterranean Sea. 8 a.m.-3:30: p.m. FOOTBALL 11 a.m.-noon ABSENTEE PICTURES
Medal Novena and Benediction,Tues spoke on services of his Department He Is a crewmember aboard the TICKETS on sale In the B.H.S. -Class pictures for 9th, loth 6
day 7 p.m. w Including child abuse maritalcounseling We are all proud Mrs. Mamie guided missile destroyer USS Sampson Finance Office for tonight's game. 11th graders who" missed being
Prayer Group: Monday, 7:30 p.m. ,drug abuse alcoholic con- Tucker is able to be home from the homeported in Mayport Fla. 8" p.m.B.II.S.. VARSITY FOOTphotographed earlier in the year .
"St. trol, mental retardation and mental Alachua General Hospital after While deployed, his ship operated as a BALL The Tornadoes face the Hurricanes -
Edward's Altar Society health. undergoing major surgery recently.We unit of the U.S. 6th Fleet. of Gainesville High at Florida OCT. II-TlfSI\: V
Mrs. Claire Brunetti president Refreshments were served by Mrs. wish her a speedy recovery. Keep The Sampson Is 437 feet long and Field in Gainesville. 4 p.m. B.H.S. VOLLEYBALL
presided! at the meeting of St. Edt Carol Ashline and Mrs, Stefanelli. her in our prayers. carries a crew of 354 officers and agalnsts Green Cove away.
enlisted She is outfitted with OCT.
: ::' ----- """" guns missiles torpedoes and an anti 9 a.m.-Sp.m.SiDEWALKSALEOCT.. THURSDAY!
Southside Lisa' Lynn and her mother thanks submarine rocket launcher.A The Sophomore class Is holding a 1:10 .m. ASSEMBLY TO ORDER
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Elementary School News everyone for the lovely cards and 1977 graduate of Bradford High Sidewalk Sale all day on Court Street YEARBOOKS One Time Only!
flowers she received while she was In School, Barber Joined the Navy in July In downtown Starke. 7pm.J.V. FOOTBALL against
Important dates at Southside: to win as your name address and Alachua General Hospital. 1978. ORANGE PARK A.A.U. WRESTL Ocala Vanguard home.
October U:' Report cards will be sent phone number will be on the ticket.
home with the students. Classroom news: From Ms. DeB
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October 19: Teacher Planning Day-no Moredock's second grade there are
school for students. students who are working hard.
October 27: HALLOWEEN CARNIVAL .. Good spellers are Shana Bellamy,
Mark this date on your Ronda Bryant Jason Kite, Terry sa.aMw a IMtf iIEAGLEI I t '
calendar and plan to attend for fun Mitchell and Nancy Wilson. The N aw M oars t1.hs.r1 .
and good eating. NEW THIS YEAR: best writers are Sharri Bass, Lorenzo f1' price! .
Grilled hamburgers and Hall Gale Hampton, Wendell GLASS SET
frankfurters will be cooked outside Hudson Jason Kite Patrick Marks
wit* SiaM
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and served piping hot, also a pop- and Terry Mitchell., Excellent in
corn machine will be working to math are Wendell Hudson, John
serve freshly popped popcorn and Loper: Tina Lindsey and Dana
you may purchase a dessert from Williams.
the country store to complete your Excellent spellers In Mrs. Susan
meal. There will be more booths this Nichols' second grade are Jennifer
year with more activities for small Sheese, Daryl Gnann, Randy Milton 1 -I. fa
children. There will be a bigger and Travis Looney Jeremy Gassed anbAnnette
better Haunted House and the Simmons.
always popular Cake Walk will gain Mrs. Carol Clark's fourth grade has
much attention. New booths this been enjoying library skills being a o
year will be the Wheel of Fortune taught by Mrs. Burney Winkler,
Frisbee Throw and Go Fishing. Look librarian. Pam Carter Tommy
forward to a great Sponge Throw Hardenbrook, Eric Nazworth and :'- ,
booth with Jim Lewis P.E. instructor Gary Wilberg made a perfect score l j,
and Bill McRae music teacher on their weekly math quiz. Good BETTY LOU I I l II.
in charge featuring "surprise Linda Wilson Waylon WALK8 WITH YOU y.pt
guests." Watch for Southside Townsend, Tommy Hardenbrook
students from the fourth and fifth Pam Carter and Benjy Bass. Mrs.
grades who are now selling ticketsfor Ellen Jackson, (Honda's mother) is DISCOUNT PRICe

the annual raffle prizes whichare working as a volunteer parent in Mold har art( hand ,\ .
a ten-speed bicycle and a por Mrs. Clark's room and her help is .. and aho walka with t, M "
table radio that works on batteries,... much appreciated. .fc.rwe r'm ...... you.IoapdhNfaM movable-,ma A ,': '.-
or current, and has bands for. TV'audio In connection With a unit of study'onsafely7 I ,lag*. Coalumachotoat t1, Ir
aircraft and weather-a great 5gtrGeorge-Wehrli of the .No baitsII..d.d. /.. 1' ;
feature when storms are brewing. Florida State Highway Patrol cameto L.. ,
Raffle tickets are fifty cents and Mrs. Sandra Duncan's fifth gradeon .
may be purchased up until 8 PM on Oct.2 and gave a .n1occrowwaxcrwwax \ 11 i "
Carnival night when the drawingwill tion and showed a bicycle safety M! 5'PVC SOMBER JACKETS
sewn oe .ntw.a -
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.[ i:' i! e 1 E'' !, ..'.!6Cf! I J H A ) ,HUL! J U i H saseea!! lA U U! ii.! : ; !II I! : I. !JelL B II! : sS-n e n I! J'",111 [ .EHH ur: ),
Church Activities: guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Camp Jacksonville visited their parents JI< GRACE UNITED METItODISTIThe and family. Mid Mrs. fleam. Starling on Sunday !IIi: sad. :Mfs. Wrn.Chan and family -
Homecoming Date OCt. 21 \Is fast Roger wade was a supper guest of I by Elisabeth Terry afternoon. l of BaHNrin spent Sunday afternoonwith
approaching. To all the friend and Mr.and Mrs. Harold Eunice and their Phone 782-33M Mr. and Mrs. Louie Wainwright and brother-in-law and sister, Mr.
relative of Lawtey Grace United son Gene on Wednesday night. Josh herd Tallahassee and Mrs. James Bowman and family.Mr. .
Methodist we do extend a most heartfelt Mr. and Mrs. Lea McClellan and visited their Mrs, Truby L. and Mrs. James Anders of
WELCOME for this\ very special Mrs. Roaaie Reddish attended the Wainwright on Saturday.Mrs. Palatka,spent Sunday afternoon with
day. Farm Bureau supper at the Armory happy to know that she was able to Mr. and Mrs. Barry Watts and son James F. Dougherty of their mother, Mrs. OJ. Anders.
Our UMYF will sponsor a Halloween Hall in Starke on Saturday night. return home with her daughter-in-law Barry Lee went to Beckley England called her parents and
Tacky Party for all children, Mr. and Mrs. David Kelly and son Mrs. WJS. Crews on Thursday after visit his grandparents star.. andaMrs. reported that her husband made Lt. Mrs. Bobbie Gnann's Sunday guests
17, 70..years of age. This will be a Justin; of Jacksonville, spent the spending several days In St. Vincent's H.V. Henson on Thursday. Co). were the following: Bruce W.
special time for our church. Oct.31,at weekend with their parents Mr. and Hospital, Jacksonville. Our prayers Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Pringle and his Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Pringle of Burton Thomas, Miss Edna Rooks Mrs.
7 p.m. Mrs. Earl Troxell.) are with her. brother Wm. Pringle of Worthington S.C. visited Mrs. Pierce crews on Bruce White and daughter Crissie,
REMEMBER..Work days every Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Mosley and Mr. and Mrs. Fleam Starling Springs spent Sunday afternoon with Saturday afternoon.Friends Mrs. Dorothy Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. ;
Saturday until the prospects pending family of Mr. Emory visited with Mr. and Mrs. E.F. Mrs. Pierce Crews, of Little Michele Barbour Harry Johnson and son Jason all of
are finished. Men, ladies teenagersand Eunice and Doug of GtalneevWe, and Caldwell In Jacksonville! on Friday. Friends of Mr. Forest Landes daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Bar Jacksonville, Mrs. Janie Thorpe, of
children did a tremendous Michelle Eiland of Keystone Heights Mr. and Mrs. Robert McClellan and regret to learn that he \\.s. patient in bour regret to learn that she Is a patient Scotland and Mr. and Mrs. E.W.
amount of work this past Saturday.The visited Mr. and Mrs. Harold Euniceon son, Jeff of Starke visited their Bradford County Hospital Our in Bradford County Hospital. Hayes of Brooker.
ladles of the church were the Saturday night. parents. Mr. and Mrs. Lea McClellanon prayers are with him. Our prayers are with her. Mrs. Earlene Good of Pensacola, ;
hostesses for a bridal shower honor- Friends of Mrs. Pierce Crews are Monday night. Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Starling of Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson was a guestof was a Friday overnight guest of Mrs. :
ing Miss Loretta Hand this past Tues- her daughter, Mrs. Mainea Griffis Bobbie Gnann. ,
evening. She received. many

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The church celebrated an old HAMPTON AREA NEWS
fashioned Love Feast this past Sun- reading program by attending night ,
day evening during worship. The Dolores Meng classes twice weekly. rI r
Symbolism of the Bread the Water Phone 46S-191S Mr. William McRae, direct the Com- looking forward to attending the posters to be displayed the night of I
and personal Commitment were the munity Chorus he originated and Christmas Concert by the same group October 27.Donations. Mrs.Clark on Crutches .. I
central theme of this Ancient Ritual. Miss Wendi Lloyd was honored at a trained at the Bradford High School in December. of Carnival items are being Due to recent foot surgery Mrs. (
i, Mrs. Patricia Hayes followed the Bridal Shower In the City Hall Mon- Auditorium. Seventh graders who accepted and volunteer help \is Jean Clark first grade teacher, is !
Lord In Believers Baptism! during the day evening. Details of the shower appear also spotted their teacher, Mrs. welcomed. Call Mrs. Jolene Friese traveling on crutches. Students look : ,I
morning service. in the society column of this Carole Stevenson as a member of the Testing carnival chairman, at 468-1848, PTA on in awe and sympathy, but they ad-
I paper. chorus were Brenda Bawek, Regina On Tuesday and Wednesday 5th and president Don Roberta at 468-1204, or mire her ability to put in full days at
Ir Cannavo Becky Young Teresa 3rd graders took the State Assess- the school at 468-1212 for more Infor- school and wish her' well I
r Pertonalt Congratulations t Melton Angela Thomas Elizabeth ment Tests at the school. mation. r a
I Mr. and Mrs. Hubbard Harley were Mr. and Mrs. Mike Dazlnski Ryan and Timothy Leith. New Student s
surprised by their children, friends celebrated their 32nd Wedding An- Melissa Williams a sixth grader, Julie Hall was welcomed as a 7th
I and relatives with a surprise Forty- niversary October 4. also attended the Concert. Carnival Reading Program grade student on Monday. She :.-*'
i Second Wedding Anniversary dinner Amy Custer celebrated her 8th birthday The students were delighted and Students are selling Carnival Mrs. Arlene Rich. Primary previously lived In Ooltewah, Ten- ::
i party at the Lawtey Masonic Lodgeon October 8 with a dual party impressed with the music and are tickets and making decorative Reading Specialist is improving her nessee. ::;
Saturday, Sept. 29. All of their with her aunt, Adrienne Garcia and .':.
children and grandchildren were other relatives.
there for the occasion. Becky Young celebrated her 12th : : 22 Ji:: 2 : i22!! ? .e : : Hi News << : = : : : 8 i!iJS.( : : :
i i ii Attending were Jackie A.Q., birthday October 7.Twelve friends attended Community sal. Tuesday 7:30 Prayer Meeting. si:
,",",,.,,,l, Suzanne and Craig Smith of Auburn- her party where a decorated by Elisabeth G.Walker Wed. 7:30 ail Circles meet. McKay's :
dale Mary, Dick, Marie Ricky and cake punch and snacks were served. Phone M4-M83 Antioch Missionary Baptist inmate Sunday Oct. 14, beginningwith Circle meets at the home of Mrs. :
Liz Chesser of Sanford Nettie, Noun Games and dancing were also enjoyed Church: Prayer Meeting Thursday Sunday School at 10 a.m. Morn- Rebecca Allen; Blye's Circle meets at :
Willis and Leatha Starling, Randy NAACP Monthly Meeting: The (tonight) 7 p.m. The choir will sing at ing Worship 11 a.m. The speaker will the home of Mrs. Mamie McCutchen; : I
and Judy Harley and Bobby Reynoldsof monthly meeting of Bradford County Ebezener at 7 p.m. Friday. Sunday be Mrs. Rose of Jacksonville. There Lee's Circle\ : meets at the home of :
Jacksonville, Stewart Beckett of Community Chorus NAACP will beheld at the annex of School 10 a.m. Duel Day will be will be a Musical at 3:30: p.m. that will Miss Annie Jean Dean. Thursday,, i
Kingsley Lake Mattie Miley, Dan Among those from the area attending Greater Allen Chapel A.M.E. Church observed with the men in charge at 11 be very entertaining. Various Choirs 7:30 p.m. Story Hour at the church. :
and Cleo Harley Edna Harley, Helen the Community Chorus program Monday Oct. 22 at 7:30.: All membersand a.m. The Women will be In charge. will appear. Friday 6:30: Junior Choir and Ushers :
Harley Shirley Douglas Freeman presented Saturday night at the Bradford interested citizens are Invited to Carolyn for the 3 p.m. service will be Zerubbabel Day Celebration rehearsal. Saturday 11 a.m. dinners :
i Rose Brenda Robert,Angela, RiCkY High School auditorium were I Mr. attend. Brown Spooner the daughter District Seven Section One Holy will be sold from the kitchen. Sunday ;:
Jr., and Melissa Starling all of and Mrs. Don Roberts and Paige Members with expired membershipcards of Mr and Mrs. Willie Brown Lincoln Royal Arch Masons P.H.A. Florida School 9:30: a.m. Morning Worship 11 :
I Starke, Joe, Joan Teresa and Lisa Mrs. John Bawek Mrs. CaroThomas are asked to renew them. City.Revival. Belize Central American Jurisdiction a.m. Dinner 12:30: p.m. ;:
Harley, Abbie, Wayne Terri, Mrs. Margaret Ryan, Pam Please try and recruit new members. will start Oct. 22-26. Rev, : The celebration will be held Sun- The Senior Choir will sing at :.,
Virginia, and Audrey Massey Elva Melton. Mr. Alan LeIth Mrs. Lysle Dell Chapter 1<8 O.E.S. regular J.D. Jackson from Jasper will con- day, Oct 14, 2 p.m.. at Philadelphia Philadelphia at Lawtey at 2 p.m. ;;
Reddish, Myra Refuse. A.E. Massey, Williams and Mr. and Mrs. Francis meeting will be held Thursday, Oct. duct the meeting.Mt. Baptist Church Fifth Street and Mid- Women's Home Mission will l meet at 6 ;
Daniel Massey, Jr., and Linda Tatumof Meng. Students who attended are 11. at 7:30: In the Masonic HaU on Plsgah AME Church and dleburg Road Lawtey. You are In- '
Lawtey. listed In the school news.Convalescing. Brownlee Street. All members are Greater Allen Chapel will have a joint vited. The speaker will be Rev. W.G. p.m.New Bethel Baptist Church: Choir 'f'
asked to be present. Business of vital Sunday School to cooperate for the Mayberry pastor of the Philadelphia No. 1 will rehearse Saturday at 8 p.m. ;.
Mrs. Bobbie Gnann and children. importance Is on the agenda. Women's Day observance at 10 a.m. Baptist Church. Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning Worj j,f
Barry and Stacie boarded Amtrak Mr. Lester McCullough entered Francis Chapter 140 O.E.S. will The pastor and congregation will participate Greater Bethlehem Freewill Baptist ship 11 a.m. Communion Service 5:30: ;
after the Starke-Palatka game last Bradford County Hospital last Thurs- celebrate its Anniversary with a ban In the A.C.E. League In Mac- : Monday 6:30: p.m. Tiny Tots p.m. All members are invited to at :,
Friday and went to Montgomery day for treatment of pneumonia.He Is quet Friday Oct. 19, at R.J.E. Com- clenny, Allen Chapel Church at 3 rehearsal. 7:30: Senior Choir rehear- tend. :
Alabama. While there they visitedRonald now much Improved. plex Cafeteria at 7:30.: There will be a ,
and Ethel Brantley of Brenda Curtis has her foot In a cast donation.The p.m.Women's Day Observance will be ::
Tallassee, Ala. The kids enjoyed catching as a result of a fall from a building on Bradford County Christian Missionary held Sunday Oct. 21. Mrs. Doreatha ...:' l!:
catfish from their 5-acre catfish Saturday.Bucky and Literary Society will Satchel will deliver the morning School Lunch Menu Oct. 15-18
farm. Also horseback riding and Melton from Ft. Stewart rehearse each Tuesday and Thursday messgae. Services will be held at 11
motorcycle riding. They returned Georgia visited his family over the afternoon. a.m. and 6 p.m. Come and enjoy a
home Sunday. weekend and returned to the Army Leadership Area Workshop; There wonderful day with the women of Mt. for J3//S, /JA/S, and all county elementary schools
.... -1
:: camp on Monday. will be a Leadership Workshop sponsored Pisgah.Mt. .
Mrs. Robert Price and children of by Sixth District Women's Con- Zion AME Church Lawtey.. Monday. Oct. U Pizza green beans wedge Cheddar bread, milk.
Jacksonville were Sunday dinner Visiting vention in cooperation with the Choir No. 1 rehearses each Tuesdayat Italian salad pear half or apple Thursday. Oct. 18: Fisn-N-chips, I
guests of Bobble Gnann. Mrs. Lenora Conger of Port St. Joe Women's Convention Auxiliary to the 8 p.m. Sunday School 10 a.m. crisp, milk. peaches/banana/strawberry cup
is visiting her niece Mrs. Evelyn Baptist General Convention of Lovefeast Service 11 a.m. Commu- Tuesday Oct. 16: Chicken pot pie, broccoli or carrot stix, corn bread,
Bobbie Gnann and children were Perry, for two weeks. Florida Inc. Friday. Oct. 12, beginning nion Service 4 p.m. peanut cup, green peas, peaches, milk r ,j
Sunday supper guests of her parents at noon with registration anq.ending Mr. Moriah .will have Sunday biscuit milk.Wednesday. .
Mrl! and MrSTTTiran"H dges' In 'Hampton Lake News Saturday Oct. 13.The theme Is School only. S Oct. 17: Chili, crackers Friday. Oct. l': TEACHERS PLAN- I
Brooker.Mr. "Reaching Out to Discover.ReefcUiCand } Pleasant. rove if nl'l r' y thtdlk' pineapple, slice,,grapes= ..or.orange NINO DAY '.
Recuperating Develop Christian Leaders." The Church: Monday at 7:30: p.m. Young ;t
and Mrs. Roberts of Mrs. Virgie Barksdale returned to Worship is designed so that everyonecan Adult Choir rehearses. Wed. at 7:30: )
) Blackshear, Ga., went to Gainesville her home on Saturday following participate in the singing Bible p.m. Prayer Meeting. Sunday School ; I II
Veterans Hospital on Thursday morn- surgery and three weeks hospitalization reading prayer, discussion groups 10 a.m. only. It's Time To Order BHS Yearbooks! ii i
ing to see an eye specialist. Mrs. at Baptist Memorial Hospital in Free Canaan True Church of God In
Joyce Futch, also of Blackshear Jacksonville. Her son and daughter- etc.Everyone is welcome to Mr. Unity: Prayer Band and Tarrying J I Icoat
came with them and spent the after- in-law Mr. and Mrs. RobertBarksdale Carmel Baptist Church 429 N.W. 5th Service are conducted each Wednes- Bradford High Students will be the front cover of their yearbook. The k
noon with her sister Mrs. C.E. from Humboldt Tennessee Avenue corner N.W. 4th Street. Rev. day at 7:30: p.m. Friday prayer ser ordering their 1979-80 yearbooks at a of this is $1 per line ((21
Strickland and Miss E. Terry. have been staying with her. T.A. Wright pastor. The public is in- vice at 7:30: p.m. Sunday School 10 special assembly program Thursday characters spaces).
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jenkins of We hope she will continue to make vited. a.m. Morning Service 11 a.m. Even- Oct. 18, at 1:10: p.m. in the auditorium.At The Annual Staff has several surprises .
Callahan, spent Sunday afternoon steady progress. Girl Scouts: : The Troop Leaders for Ing Worship 7:30: p.m. that time the students desiring to planned for'the 1979-80 TORNADO
with their grandmother, Mrs. O.J. Troops 352 and 684 are asking for First Born Church of The Living purchase yearbooks will fill out order and promises that you won't be -
Anders. Congratulation! volunteers to assist with the troops. God: Friday. 6:30: p.m. Bible Study, forms. Payment Day will be on the disappointed if you order one. The
Miss Elizabeth Terry visited her Mrs. Randy Scoggins was the lucky For Information call 964-6377 and 7:30: p.m. Tarrying Service. Sunday following Tuesday, Oct. 23. Students yearbooks will be in around the middle 1
sister, Mrs. C.E. Strickland of winner of the peignoir set given at 964-6683. School 10:30: a.m. Morning Worship ordering yearbooks must pay for of May, therefore the Annual : 4
Gainesville, Thursday until Saturday. Leila's Grand Opening last week. Brownie Troop 352 meets Mondayat 11:30: a.m. YPCW 6 p.m. Evening them on that date or their order will Staff encourages parents and .
Mrs. Wood Wester was their Thurs 3:30: p.m. in the RJE Complex. Worship 7 p.m. You are invited. be void. The cost of this year's TORNADO relatives of Seniors to consider buy
day dinner guest. Happy Birthday Troop 684 meets in the annex of Greater Allen Chapel AME Church: annual is $10. Many students ing one for your graduating student. .
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Hardee spent Mark Hodges celebrated his birth- Greater Allen Chapel AME Church at The annual Women's Day will ter- like to have their name imprinted on It's the perfect graduation gift! !11 I S
Thursday and Friday with their day Sept. 29 with a family gathering. 3:30: each Tuesday. .
brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Frank Sheffield celebrated his 13th d
Mrs. Oscaer Vanzant, of Callahan. birthday Oct. 9 with a cookout for School Activities:
Kindle Bryan and Christine Marie relatives. Basic Adult Classes are being offered t
Mobley of Macclenny, spent the Happy Birthday to Lori Snow who in various centers for adults .
weekend with their grandparents turned 13 Oct. 10. who are desirous of Improving
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Camp. Mrs. Viola Lefebvre celebrated her reading and writing skills or studyingto END DF YERR SALE II
Friends of Roger Eunice will be Oct. 3 birthday with her son and family improve for a better job. The opportunity
glad to learn that he and his wife have Mr. and Mrs. Alan Lefebvre. in is yours for attending the
moved to Salisbury. N.C. where he Dallas. Texas. She plans to return to. classes in the various centers of the
will be engaged in special work for her home here next week. Vo-Tech. MUlt Make Room For New Models
the church. The Vo-Tech Is a Trade School for ,
Friends of Mrs. George Kelly will Elementary News this area. Individuals may become 1
regret to learn that she is In Intensive Hampton skilled in many trades and study at a ., dS.dr
Care in St. Vincent's Hospital Teacher Planning Day school near home. .
Jacksonville after having On October 19 Bradford County Church Activities:
I the second time on Friday teachers will hold their Planning Day, Church of God In Christ: Sunday
morning. Our prayers are with her. therefore no school for students that School 9:30: a.m., Morning Worship Brand New 19
Mr and Mrs. Lea McClellan visited day. This was originally planned for 11:30: a.m. D.R. Williams In charge. Ir
their daughter Mrs. Margie Reddish October 12. YPWW 6 p.m., Evening Worship 7:30: J. '' '
and sons Donald and Randall of p.m. Prayer and Pastoral Teachingat Guerdons W "'e a
Starke on Sunday P.M. Community Chorus 7:30: p.m. Friday. Adult Choir
Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Mixon of Students had an opportunity on October rehearsal from M p.m. Saturday; BIble 3 BR 2 Bath f
Jacksonville, were Sunday dinner 6 to see their Music Instructor, Band 7 p.m. Tuesday.

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RT 'f-* f 30".( then East run South I' Bloodgood "t.2. LEGALS fIRtf ''l > Fifth Street Jackson- That the Deportmentof Sidewalk Sale Set Saturday

UNIT. then 32.69 ..... Box :2HE.! Keystone Ht*., 4Yobt.cfep villa. Florida 32209 Transportation at If*
run South 8853'30" fla.. 31646. dolnfl .,..* I* JUNE LEE THIS liy of The Sophomore Class of Bradford
You notified that
,, ore a meeting Sopt.no
3450 feet; then business under the Skin whose address I I. Rout ", y Hub School will hold Mdewaik SafethfiSftturday.
Statement of Claim ha 1979 consideration
JACKSONVILLE run North |I' 13' 30" nam of "MlhU OF f. Ban 1740, Stark. hove the cftaltenge!*f he been filed against In to gave the Oct II. from 9......to 4
Jt > id request
DIVISION West f > Deco' you
122.69 to the point Florida MOT1. The validity w i" ? PJH. at the old Courthouse Square on
of beginning AMERICA STORAGE name d.nt'w.n, thapeell ice.lion. the obov-nomed Court. relating to special traffic
UNITED STATE OP Subject UNITS. Rt. 2. Box and address of the per- of the Pereortol and you are required to regulation and In each Court Street.
howev.r. to tonal repres.ntotlvosattorney Itema being offered for Bale bean
224E.Kyston Mr Fla. wU
Plotoitlff. VS taxes If or the servo a copy of yourAnswer case made e review of
AMERICA due for the Representative
any 32446, Intend are set forth and epee of clothe
toregisl.r types
ALBERT FRAZIER Single, r-'I979. venue or |urt dt**ton of or pleading to the Investigation ,
Defendant. Court No. public told fictitious below: the Court. the Statement ef Claim report, along with the household item, hardware, furniture
79-124-Clv-J-M. ft hlghett outcry to she nam under the. provisions All persons having ALL CLAIMS on the Plaintiff' attorney. recommendation of the dishes and other
and best ,
NOTICEOF for cash. at the hour of of aforesaidstatute. claim or demands DEMANDS, AND OBJECT RICHARD E.WEL engineer at the location miscellaneous brie-a-brac. Then will
SALE 12:00: o'clock Noon against the estate ore TIONS NOT SO FILED TY. 954 North Temple or location described I also be fresh baked goodie for Ale at

Notice I la hereby given October 24, 1979 at th on* Richard. aloodgood.own. required. WITHIN THREE WILL BE FOREVER BAR Avenue. Post Office Box below: this time. This will be a fund talking
that pursuant to a Final front door entrance of RED 993. Stark. Florida' Bradford County project for the Class of 1963.
Dated this 20th day of DATE OF THE FIRST 32091.: and file the Rood 200. located.
of Foreclosure he Bradford Dote of- the first All Class. members are requested to
Decree County September, A.D.. 1979 PUBLICATION OF THIS original Answer or Section 28010 In Storke I I
of Notice collect and all item for
entered on August 29, Courthouse at Stark. publication fhl bring sale to
NOTICE to file with the
at Keystone Height' FL. pleading In the Offlc of from SID MP 6.472 to SLD
the obova entitled Florida of Administration October the high school office
by Friday
1979 by Dated or
9/20 4tchg 1011IN clerk of the above courta .
the Clerk of County MP 6 548, recommendedto I I
Court In the above September 13 1979. written statement of II. 1979. t directly to the tale cite early Saturday
styled cauie, the undertlgited George R. Crosse /s/Jun Lee, As'jPer-, Court. Pest Office prohibit parking on morning. Sophomore Clan Sponsor
claim demand
any or Drawer B, 'Stark, Righl-of-Way, East Side I I
United anal Representatlveofthe
United State. Stoles Marshal. THE CIRCUIT COURT they may hove. Each Florida 91179. Is Melba Howard; lass Sale
Marshal or any of his duly Middle District of FOR BRADFORD COUNTY. claim must be In writing Estate of SOLOMON before November 32091 on 12 or Bradford' County I I Chairman, Chuck William; Claw

authorised deputies Florida. FLORIDA PROBATE and must Indicate the BRUCE JARVIS, Deceosed 1979. Road 200 located- Baked Goods Chairman. Stacy Denmark

will ell the property Curtis ;ol/gau'/ .,. DIVISION. CASE NO. basis for the claim the ATTORNEY. FOR PER Personal property at Section 28010 In Stark j 1 I ; and Parent Association

lituate In Bradford County Assistant United State 79."-CPFII. No. 13151. name and address of the SONAL REPRESENTATIVE Issue I II a* follow: 1969 from SLD MP*.472 to SLD Chairmen John Ktggs and Betty Sue

Florida deicrlbed a*: Attorney, Attorney for In re: ESTATE OF creditor or hit agent or Richard' E. Wel Opel automobile Identification Mr 6.S48, recommendedto I. Denmark.
For a point of beginning Plaintiff 9/20 4tchg SOLOMON BRUCE JAR attorney, and the : Number prohibit parking on C t 1S--!lily+i-
commence at the 1011. VIS Deceased. amount claimed. If th* ly. Post Office Box 995. .
9317398806.If Rlghl-of Way. West Side,
954 N. Ave In the
Tempi possession
Northwest corner of the NOTICE OF claim I I. not due. the ? my
yet Starka. Florida 32091. you fall to do so. 9-I 1.79. NOTICE OFSHERIFF'S 'following described
Quarter of poresonol
Northwest ADMINISTRATIONTO date when It will become
by default will On recommendationof
909648050. 10/11 judgment to-wit
,the Southwest Quarter All PERSONS HAVING due shall .be dated. If property :
NOTICE be token for th* Director Road SALE
OF :2tchg 10/18. against you 197 Chevrolet 1 Impala -
of Section 3. Township 7 CLAIMS OR the claim I I.
contingent or
relief demanded In the Operations, the above
INTENTIONTO ,'0': 2 dr. custom I"O.
South Rang 22 East, REGISTER DEMANDS AGAINST THE unliquidated the nature statement of Claim. traffic and speed regulation Notice It hereby given No. U47H3YI8I36IA

Bradford County and FICTITIOUS ABOVE ESTATE AND ALL of the uncertainty shall IN THE COUNTY Witness my hand and war determined that I. Dolph E. Reddish the property of the
Irom laid point of beginning OTHER PERSONS IN. be stated. If the claim I II
NAME COURT OF BRADFORD the seal of this Court this to be reasonable and e* sheriff of Bradford above named defendant
run North 88' S3 TERESTED IN THE ESTATE: .secured th* security Blh day of October. 1979. necessary upon the basis County Florida under and that on Monday the
30" East, 395.0 feet: then YOU ARE HEREBY shall be described. The
Pursuant0 Section CIVIL ACTION CASE NO. GILBERT S. BROWN.A* of the engineering andtraffic and by virtue of Writ of 5th day of November.
South IMS' 30" East, NOTIFIED that the administration claimant shall deliver
run 864.09. Florida Statute, 79-309-SP. CLERK OF SAID COURT. Investigation Execution: owll.Execution : 197 at one o'clock on
90.0 feet, then run South of the sufficient of the
copies / Lila R. Yawn. and authority was Issued out
I sByl
notice I. h.r.by given GARY said day on the
D. OSBORN. c/o premise
53' 30" W..,. ISO.0 of SOLOMON claim the clerk
estate to to
that the undersigned RICHARD E. WELTY Post Deputy Clerk. 10/11 therefor given by the of County Court of Clay of the Irodford County
BRUCE JARVIS deceased noble the clerk mall
----- ---- I to Office Box 995. Slarke 4tchg 11/1. Secretary for theestablishment County Florida pursuant Jollyard I will offer for
File Number 1-3151 I I. each !Per
S one copy to Florida 32091 !Plaintiff of some to a Final Judgment for tale and cell to the
pending In the Circuit aonaIRopr..ntatlv.. and the placing of the Keystone Stat. Bank of
highest bidder for ca.h
FOR YOUR REAL ESTATE Court tor Bradford County All InterestedIn v. J.
NEEDSIN person Lost Known Address proper markings and Keystone Height, In hand the above
Florida Probate Division the estate to whom a DEPARTMENT OF Indicated also
signs a* : Florida and against described of
BRADFORD COUNTY CALL the address of copy of this Notice of Administration Jacksonville 1317 West Fifth Florida Street TRANSPORTATIONSPECIAL for the elimination of existing Margoral Rhoden, told defendant property to satisfy"
which I I. Post Office hal been
control.where this
defendant, In the
the aforald Execution.
BILL POWELL Drawer B, Stork., mailed are required NOTICE OF TRAFFIC I I. Indicated. amount of $2.365.67 Dolph f. Reddish
Florida The personal WITHIN THREE MONTHS ACTIONTO REGULATIONS Larry K. O'Dell. DEPUTY together with costs of Sheriff Bradford County,
representative of the FROM THE DATE OF THE SECRETARY FOR AD- collection.
--------------I JACKSON III, 1317 West Itchg Have seized and hove 10/lt "tcht 11/'.
11'N.Walnut St. ,*......U 24 hr.. GIVEN: 10/11.
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2 Frame Houses 29,900.. V4 And 1 Acre Lots From $$199500..

Terms. Close to Keystone shoppingand O
2 story 4 BR, garage 43500.
schools. Just a few left. Other REAL ESTATE

2 story fenced yd pecan trees 39500.
lots, acreage and commercial land

2100 sq. ft., bldg t business S19.BOO. available. ille

Convenience store and Bar.B-Q $85,000.! Owner Salesman ,

Lots of lots .J. 473-7060 P. O. Box 1354 The Sh pu of Liberty' mouth li thrt flit wid.

Owner Financed ? Keystone Hgts.. Fl 32656 J


CWO (Ret Mary) Dom Hamilton DeSanllago., 964.6235: 964.5375 FAULKNER < FIORIIAND REALTY 2Q5 N. Temple.. Stark. !Wf

Robert A. McRae. 964-7279 J
9B-so6s ffl Phone'"-7700
393 N. Temple Avenue
301 North Trail Motel Lawtey REAL ESTATE I HOW DO WE DO ITT CALL 964-7776 TO

IRR 1% bath 15/ acres. FIND OUTII

7 RALPH BRYAN REAL ESTATE Office 782-3931 Home 782-3808 Just outside city limit City

.. oclet Eve 712.3004 and service.Keesoneble .
2305 N.Temple Ave. INEZ E. STARLING. ../, gs garbage SPECIAL

964-8788 or 964-7896 FHA-VA Cenv. Financing A".II..... priced.
38R P1. 8 JL Ac ${'.000.
2305 N.Temple Ave. (U.S. 301 N.) m REDUCED I Story 6 bedroom :S ...... 606 W.
4BR, f.. I Ac $27,000.118R.
{; A.frame house on 1 at. Madison Large lot. Hurry I 111
I.J3 Stucco '#s Ac $25.500. .
HELPI HELPI LISTINGS NEEDED- 2 BR, 1 Both CB, workshop 4 rental' cottage, price |test 3 BR, 2BA. CB Home on 7 1SR. CB, 1.3. Ac 20000. Beyles Hlghy.I
Homes $30,000! to$85.000 AWas S50.0001. $23,5001
reduced. B. Roam, elder home on ". .. "
Buyers Welting Owner wilt 'ocrlflc4efMS ,j Small Ac......, icy Hjme 2% acre.North of Stark*, j.-r-: ... ;;',... :..
2IR. f. 1dh Family roam, ;cerp.tl S"u.haat.' 1.. .. ).pt I I', ooo. ;.. v2-" l 14 T..U- low Dn> ...,,- .. NEW LISTING J. .
8AYLESS HIGHWAY 2 MI. from-F.S.P.<< t' 3'I iitlllllJ/ff'Z"
4 moc lat.: S2..500..00 .j .-. .... .....* */* 3 '. Room 2 bath, mail 1. Corner 301 4 Prett Excellent lecetlon formerly Standard .
oc.-up- Beautiful rolling posture. High Dry ownerfinancing
Owner will finance.
with only 10%' down. 2 BR I Bath clean 4 neat $28,000. Good term Cen. S BR. 21A CB, CH/A'FPl 20 Ac. Pasture $40,000 equity and assume mtg station "

BRAND NEW COUNTRY CLUB: Nearing completion 3 H4A, W/W carpet, family room. RM. 1.800 sty ft. On 3 10 Ac. Fenced $18.000 under $17,000. 2. 13 acre 17000.

BR-2 Bath Family Room stone fireplace double garage Ac. 154,000.J All' acreage 10% t* 20% Eveningsi Please 1 cell
features Brick 4 Cedar > A 3 Acre with 3 bedroom home, Hampton area. Broken
CH4A. All saving Vernle P. Odom
energy .
Dawn 10% Int. with S 3. Beautiful brick 637 Interior
yr. duplex Epperson specious
beauty at 62600. No payment to Jon to qualified R, 2 ''..CI. CH/A 1.30: G.I, Phone,*......"
buyer. Bedroom, I Bath could close In porch for 3rd .....rtoom..ton. Ac. Shady $46.500. to 15 Vr. to pay. $' 3.900.

reduced for Quick Sale to 1500. exterior, with beautiful acre of land, workshop. Igarage Peer!Andrew 964-7739
1 8R block carport -
Doll 964-7591
.1 BR, garage, fireplace $24,500. I ef .
HOUSE BEAUTIFUL Nearly new |ut out city
.1 BR from. only 17500. 4 BR, 18, 2 acres, Klngsley lake. area. luxurious 3 BR 3 Baths have t* see t* believe
'2 BR block large DR. IR 4 lot fireplace $28.000. Roberts
Rd. 16 W attractive CB home en 1 acre 026.500.Nke.Pretty
Prime 2 acre on U.S. 301 with ISO ft. frontage. Over 200 5 acre posture land high 4 dry. Ontu ecre-Rd. 235-heme 4 .large shop 'n. Unusuel.

sq. ft. centrally heated and aired" block building. Storage. Furnished MH 1 acre, SRIOO 4 $R235-meke ....r..
building Ov.r 9000 sq. ft. of concrete 4 parking spec 2 / Acres Hampton are Include well septic 4 light LE.t.l fr21 Real Estate 610 Milton Terrace 3 BR 2 B Convenient 29900.
SIB.OCH!. : !
pal. 12 great acres, ranch style home $41,000.Versatile.
.179 ft. of 'land on U.S. 301 with water 4 sewer $47.000- '.'. lnvestment-4 rental Cell 4 Bey St. $55,000.

will divide. TO acres pasture 'land high 4 dry,with few tree 964-7828 986 N. Temple 404 W. Madison 2 story $23,JOO-nke for .large femlly.

KINCSIEY LAKE Brick duplex with 90 ft. on water JSI4 ..' brae s rrtiaur lot near Country Club 200>xl24' 1S.IOO.n Rd. 230.
79 acre, $1,000 pr. acre. home Rd. Will divide.
.500. 35 .cro.-nest on 14
COUNTRY CLUB -2 story brick colonM' 4 BR, 3 both '. Bargain of the Week Lot on Sampson L.k. trr u a Comfortable home pretty ground 1308 Pratt.
80 Marlon County.
double garage with utility $80.700. acres Cleared 23 acre N. of L". City epen rural wtth 3: MH Commercial next to Terwlllegar. Realty $30.008.
MORGAN ROAD 4 BR, 1 bath block with 14x32 pool an 3 Bedroom bath home on Sampson L.k. sites. > Energy Efficient. 3 BR 2 B CH4A en Searing St.
I.4 acres $...000. Florida home trailer fish pond, 'large garage Rd.lOOW.

WALDO nit block, CH8A In town S24.000. Crosby Lake, restricted area Broker Owner Saratoga Height 3 SR. 2B. LR, PR. Fireplace. Kitchen- Ads Deluxe MH on Euclid 4 Epperson St.
LAWTEY Garag. 30 x 50 ft. with 4 boy and mall office Dining combo. Estate on L... Geneva fine Investment.

bldg. 345 ft. frontage en US 301 $13,400. 100' x 100 lot In town 3000. Old bid. Included.'
.4.48 acre with 351 ft. on US 301 10 x 40 furnished Lake. Butler Investment opportunity 3 renal units plus 'ResultsSHOWCASE OWNER FINANCED

mobile home with awning and chain 'link fence- 20.000 Mini Storage IS unit with little or no vacancies at all I.nd. 2 large furn. apts. 4 turn, cottage .cr_.., Walnut

owner Inenced. times, also 600 Sq. Ft. office space, *xtr* lot with plenty ,... acre an GrIHI Leap pretty trees SIO.KW.Prime .

Home 4 Income Comfortable 9 room frame home ef perking. 18R. 28, Brick outside city en 100x300 ft. lot. CH/A. neat ommerclal-20 choice ecres-301 The best.

(opprox 2.000 sq. ft.) good condition Ige modern kitchen, a* a pin. SR 230 east. 606 W. Adklni, your hem *r ront.IIt.OOO. .ImeglnelLake .
dishwasher, Slav, ref.. 3 or 4 bedrooms, approx. 50 large Service Station with nice office space 4 extra St. Ocala block-nke trees $27,500. Convo IotI'.

pecan tree,3 rental mobile home t extra hook-up present building on 1 acre land. Equipment Included pumps could :I ... 1 .. IR, DR, on Laura St., new wiring and plumbing.: Store 4 *pts. on 301-S37.SOO. look this ever I

setup Income $400 ma. Room and toned for more be replaced. I 7000 tq. ft. CB bldg. en Rd. I4E. Greet petentlel.Great .

MH*. nlc. garden space on 4 acres $45.000 owner :t homes In Lake Butler. ha-1 1 preeerty across from Holiday INN. Tees I
financed. Commercial bldg. an let with frontage an Washington $ buildings. on Call St.-ept. ..,.tal.*. Ue Imagination. .

LOTS 4 ACREAGE In four counties) I 11 Old stVJTVYh XK VqHlpment, 318 frontage Smell hem In Hampton. large apt. complex 301 $70,000 good cash llew.
4 Lawtey area. case Call St. commercial IOO"x190$9.9OO. A .1..,.,.
Including acre up an 301 ""' 8Vfc Un4 *re to go with the ..1.. t r
Owner financed $3.000 per acre. .. ... 2 Double wide en acre let*. PBOPERTIES.IHC. Call St. commercial lot 2Wxl4'S19.800.. Busy. corner.

'7.11 Acre Equity Assume 9V4% mtg $ Apprex. 200' frontage Hwy 301 N. 2 BR CB hell... Rector 3 Country Club lets 1 acre eech.SMSO. _h.
'''.35 acres 1340 ft. an US 301 Good Investment at I nice single wide en apprax.' 1 acre lot. Pretty lot-nice trees-Bessent Rd.. under ".000. Think

$54,800 20 to 29%' down 15 ,... at BV4% Let u* thaw you our Mobile Home Park .... have for Sal*. Box 1338 Hempten Oekt. lot $700. Oelnesvllte/Sterke.
'160 Acres good rolling land paved road frontage. at 3: '.. I B. frame, nice, 2 frame out .buildings, doubt CB lake Sense Fe let Alechve County $''.100. Remote.Home .

only $ .000 per acre will split. We hers M.H. tat 4 let far home, call u. tedey for In- garage. CB office with AC on 1.7 acre, jKeyctohe HgtB 32858 (commercial 4 renlel cettege Medlsen $22408.
.Beautiful weeded lots for homes In restricted are*. format.. 473.4903 13 acres 301 4 Merges Rd. $ ..OOO. Convenient. .Mere?

SJ.500 and $3.000 with 29% down 5 year on balance at large tram dwelling'on 3 acres with 3 mobile "horn rentels -
9/s%. Nice 3% Acre lots ((2)). excellent buy.. ,Near Welde Flee ,
., et. I.B ayes, some Reelter Assecletes
MANY. MANY OTHERS Beautiful setting with pecan fig, pear 4 etc. 18 oc.... Graham area. 1 and 2 acre let* en graded reed, term* martial preeerty with 200 Merth Dark. lu Emden.

DON'T BE SORRY YOU DIDN'T CALL fill nice 3 BR. 2 Bath fenced 4 cress fenced. 2 bums. most In ..,.11...... .... frentege en 381. Excellent Evening Weekend Day 9647774Evening

Improved pasture. location end priced 783-3397 *4 Weekend
| "WE SELL THE EARTH AND EVERYTHING.ON ITU HfOffice 80 acre, mesriy cleared paved read f......... Union. |rfgM. $18.000. 944-8404
$ ecre. Hwy 22$, priced at 2700.00 per ecre.ir County between.Ralferd end Luke Butler.Very Fish came en lake SenF -

Men-Set. 9 am la 5 prn. ler le.
Hour 'U **
_fives 4 Sun. byApPQ'-' ..__.-- .4T M.H. I acre 13.500. .., nice 2 '1.2$.CB,on paved reed,CH/A Crystal leke SwaaLuke weekender
ham sites.
EVENING ; .93 acre $2.000In ta_. 19.000.Spring.

RolRlt ... Bryan Realtoru4208 Lillian C..Peer.** 3 'A acres GrIHI. Leap ${.000 Well. I Included.v ,. 8%. oc... of lend off Fersyth Read., n* Improvements weekender $29.800.lake : :. ptfs :

......'/S.I.a ..- '- t geed Iond.COMMERClAL.HI. Breeklyn lake cottage.

Manager 1 B*, 1 17400 In country. Term 1.800.
Wayne 1. D.val.s Offlc. acre north with. ...:ildl"".
afar th* femlty deslrlnf iIIUU.MC. CIITIACTII\j\
Broker/Salesman 14.3311'. '::.
3 BR, IB. lot town, 13,900. Term e med>ret.ly priced kernel
"4.6$" 2 BR tB, LR, OR, large laundry ream, garage,CH/A.see we have **vrat Mar

David E. Dye/ ).,d.Meedy Vlckl Powell LteIH 1 V4 A t .. CB 19.100. Out *f ...... 3 acres!, elmest new and spotless. off SR 16. wheel and priced right,

Ras Me AsutMr.964413 964.6543 Res 1 .lets In town w/nk pecan tree. ".100. .. 2 story In town perfect for 1 epertment*. $28.800.Crytl laic :3 Acres Stat. R d230.A Only" $4.990

It25 Lot For Mobil Hen M.tO
1 / h.nad/.s mobile hen. 1 Acr. ( )

40 acres off Morgan ....eI.I en two less. $13,008. 20 Acres Hlway 100 West '$27,90
For Rent2BR.

: BR, 1 % t.Milton Terrace, elmest new, very nk*. hams,'like new North three Wete.I. Blen 11 Acres Hlwey 301 Lewty $22.100OA

IB. Apt. In town w/w carpet, A/C. I. $34.880. <"Mlwoy 301 North $45,000

RELOCATION Hampton eke. > Beautiful lerge hem wish 3 BR, 38, IR ,One acre, lake let.
with DR FR, Pall, CM/A levely .M.Wt -
SIpVICE.IRC Pal H. FeulfcnerReeHeSusen ,. .Isher. Estetes; $9AO< So.... Acreo,. A. Ut1l. As $SO Dawn
M.FeutknerReetterEvenings wills 10% dewn. BeevtHw ,
.....1061 hem* In city IR. DR. FR. 3 BR. I VtB." CH/A. votf*. are., d a wise laves
gerege, large tamer lot

Iran REALTOR. '....k.I.ASSOCIATES..9648143Veda Robert,.944-846 AisecletesiRkherc JWttft Ftynn.944B384AnnOWwln.9648889 -S White Macb Sand hem.Leket a.It nk< [" ..n ;{ :Nfl'I" r ;! :

I tq M.Settlee-Eve. 9648944Julie Petty Slkex.9444479Jc4mUnatrd. day end H ..plec.J00. '

I.GrttfU-Eve......7.." .494-3814 WJItlem Cane: .944.8784 "':.'N'.. "' ... .. ..'"..,.v......., .,.....'

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Page llA TELEGRAPH October II,It7t

Fire Alarms To Be InstalledBy ,\ ,. Math Planning Project

.- ,.

Green Thumb Members Refunded at BHS

Green Thumb of Florida, Inc. has Green Thumb feel if one life.Is save!, I _
30, 11180 bring an extra$144,000 Into
Project: PASS, designed by four
begun a program to Install Smoke and the program will have served Its pur
Bradford School
Fire Alarms purchased by senior pose. Bradford Middle Schoolteachers,has system.
citizens 55 years old and older, disad- If you are Interested in purchasingand received funding for another year for Project Director is Mrs. Dorothy
vantaged citizens, and handicapped having these life saving devices ... .. the purpose of developing math Moore/ and the Manager/Math
citizens. The Smoke and Fire Alarms Installed In your house or mobile -, ". materials for students and their Specialist is Hay aalongIwith
have to be battery operated and U.L. home,please call the Suwannee River parents. Moore and Stanwix- ,
approved. Green Thumb will also provide Economic Council (M4- 6M) and Last year, six planning projects Virginia Walkup and Becky Shockey
Inspection of the alarms for two leave a message for the Green Thumb were funded in Florida. Project PASSIs wrote the original proposal for fun-
(2) years to be lure they are leader, Cleo Corbett. She will contact Bradford County's first Title IV-C ding in the spring of 1978 to the
operating properly.Cold you and answer any questions you grant. The first sue months brought Department of Education in
weather will be here soon, and may have, or schedule you for In- 38,000 into the school district Funding Tallahassee. Notification of funding
that .is the season for fires. We at stallation. for the year Oct. 1, 1m to Sept. was received in Feb..1.197 .'Competi.tion -
Mr, for Title IV-C funding Is bent and
************.************ r'The -- .. .,- ...- frequently the large metropolitan
counties with the expertise,personneland

MSgt.Leslie Moss __. ,_. _,_, ._ _____._ _____'__ ..._._ __'m grant writing experience are the
Amy C.William*Is Promoted Receives Promotion districts receiving funds.

mosquito control track started Its rounds late Monday afternoon for the In April, 1979, Stanwix-Hay and
Amy C. Williams, daughter of Mrs. Leslie Moss, son of Mr. and Mrs. first time In five yean They spraying will continue through next week, according Moore left their teaching positions at
James H. Blalock of 902 Butler Rd., W.F. Moss of Rt. 3, Starke, has been to Darrell O'Neal with the health department Bradford Middle School to assume the
Starke, and the late Mr. Blalock, has promoted to the rank of master full time duties of the Project. Judy
been promoted to the rank of senior sergeant in the U.S. Air Force. Brown Is the Secretary.On .
airman in the U.S. Air Force. Sergeant Moss Is a missile Battles August 20, 1979, Stanwix-Hay
Airman Williams is a pneudraullc maintenance technician with a unit of County Pesky MosquitoesNow and Moore presented the plan for first
mechanic with a unit of the United the Strategic Air Command at year development and request for
States Air Forces In Europe at RAF Ellsworth Air Force Base, South ; i \ approximately 9144.000 for Bradford
Upper Heyford, Oxford, England. Dakota. that the rains have stopped a helicopter in the outlying areas of County. After nearly three hours of
The airman Is a 1973 graduate of The sergeant .Is a 1961 graduate of Bradford County residents are the county.Darrell negotiations in Tallahassee, Moore
Bradford High School, Starke. Bradford High School, Starke. plagued with the pesky mosquitoes- O'Neal, sanitarian with the and Stanwix-Hay were congratulated I'
in endless droves, it seems. county Health Department, said the :an a Job well done.
The itchin' and scratchin' won't go truck spraying was done for the first DOE. representatives explained to
forever since the time in five years.The truck had been Bradford
though, Mosquito the two veteran County :
HOMECOMING REVIVALAT Control truck has sprayed throughout superseded by the helicopter, until teachers that while most project '
town,as well as aerial spraying with Monday afternoon. The helicopter, groups have to go back and re-do major -
out of Jacksonville, did spray last sections of the submitted plan,
week-but only in the swampy areas Project PASS was not In need of revi! I
Brooker Po around the county. The chemical, us- refunded and
t Office sion. Project was I
ed with the !t ''t
helicopter IsDiabrom ------ -
PINE VALLEY CONGo HOLINESS CHURCH spraying given the $143,947.68 requested.
-14. Merrill McMillan, retired Starke
To Conduct SurveyFor A year-long contract with Jackson- After six months of researching I
pictured with Life Membership
Located 2 Mil** N. Of Stark Down Dirt Road By BRADFORD FURNITURE FACTORY ville Helicopter Service Is$300,with a surveyor thinking, compiling, writing, andmeeting
award presented to him at an- other
gallon of the spray costing$48.O'Neal convention with project personnelfrom
Future FacilitiesBrooker nual of the Florida Societyof
October 14-21 7:30 Nightly said there will be six helicopter Professional Land Surveyors such large counties as Dade,
: sprays this year. Duval, Orange and Brevard, the Project
Postmaster W.H.Hicks an- The truck uses an ultra-low volume PASS staff is proud as always to
nounced Oct. 15 through 27 the U.S. machine which represent Bradford County,says Mrs.
spray sprays McMillan
Evangelist Made Life all
Post Office at Brooker will conduct a chemicals diluted to very small par Moore. The superintendent and
retail analysis survey to determine ticles. The ULV Is supposedly safer members of the Bradford County I
JAMES MARTINGeneral future U.S. Post Office and effective. School Board have taken a sincere Interest
REVEREND where more Although the Member In Society/ of
facilities might be constructed: to bet- chemical, Malathlon, Is safer than In the project's efforts.
Superintendent of Congregational Holiness Churches ter serve its customers. what was previously used (DDT),It is Effective October 1, Mrs. Vicki
In announcing this survey advisable that older people and those Land SurveyorsMerrill Beal and Mrs. Judy Mitchell Joinedthe
Postmaster W.H. Hicks stated that with respiratory problems stay In. Project PASS staff of Moore
Special Singing PRAYER FOR THE SICK present postal units were often secondary side. G. McMillan,' veteran Stanwix-Hay and Brown. Beal will be
stops for our postal customers. Starke surveyor who retired last year working in content with Stanwix-Hay,
In the past locations of postal after four decades In the profession, and Mitchell is a typist.
facilities were largely determined by .W M -4; d A was awarded a Life Membership in
DINNER ON THE CHURCH GROUNDS the cost of real estate and not basedon the Florida Society of ProfessionalLand The goal of Project PASS materials is to pro-
duce "old time" math
convenience to customers.
postal the annual state
Surveyors at
which will be rich with drill and con-
SUNDAY OCTOBER 21st. Starting Oct. 5, 1979, U.S. Postal convention in Orlando last month.
word relevant to
tain problems
window clerks will be many
asking every
With this new honor, McMillan
will hold
rural living. The project
tenth postal customer "Where have became one of only five Life MembersIn In five ,
you just come from" and where Is. the 938-member association. He regular parent workshops
next The will be areas of the county at night beginningnext
stop" answers
EVERYONE INVITED your had previously been elected as a"Fellow"
fall. The parents who choose to
computerized and from this surveywe in
in the society recognitionof
expect to find out the shopping and his "distinguished land surveying participate will offer suggestions to
the staff and will make games and
traffic customers.
patterns our
achievements and outstanding service
4 David L. Hodges Pastor With this Information at hand,'We can 7 tiM. to the land surveying other materials to use at home with
their children.There will be no cost to
then project the demand areas for the sion." These are the two highest
.. location of new U.S. postal facilities. awards bestowed by the society. the parents. i

McMillan Is the grandson of the late
H.E. Lagergren, pioneer surveyor in I
'" the Starke area,whose field notes and Starke Elementary '
diaries are still McMillan's !'most I

prized possession." McMillanpegaiv : .
.Ii his. early training in the field of School News I
surveying at the age of 12 by carrying
stakes for his grandfather. He took a
.. correspondence course in land f
A .(.." surveying after going to work for The third grade is compiling all of
Robert M. Angas in Jacksonville in its pictures and notes on Science,
I.. 1939. McMillan established his own office Health and Safety to go in each pupil's
- } 'I ':,,, in Starke in the fall of 1947, and individually designed folders.
'. has been on the local scene ever since, 'The class will have many opportunities
serving as surveyor for Bradford to study parts of living things

The Big Bird lakes off to kill Little County the City of Starke, and with the use of the bioscope. (
Bugs..Mosquitoei. several major industrial clients. Our emphasis on bicycle safety, ,
Although retired for more than a pedestrian safety and keeping safe at :
school have been some of the '
year. McMillan still maintains his of-
: HGttHftC fice at the old stand, on the corner of highlights for getting off to a safe

f-j- = 5" "MltCi ji Call and Thompson Streets, and finds year. I
time to perform an occasional servicefor
There are 45 mile of nerve an old client,if It doesn't interfere Mrs. Randolph and Mrs. Long's
All Registered Democrats Please Vote! in the body. with his fishing. classes toured the Vo-Tech School on '
Friday Oct. 5, thanks to Mrs. Diane I
"t Wescott who showed them how to
Each student planted'"Flowering
Democratic Caucus r- Church of God Revival Se rvices Oct. 14-Oct. 17 Cabbage" and received a f i I
Party Coleus plant to take home. They alsO'
I Revival services are scheduled at Evangelists Rev. and Mrs. Robert enjoyed climbing into the cab of a i
the Starke Church of God Sunday Oct. Lucas from Seattle, Washington. semi-truck and blowing the horn. '
12:00 Noon Saturday Oct. 13 14 through Wednesday, Oct. 17 with Services are as follows: Sunday at ,1
11 a.m. and 7 p.m., Monday through Those attending the Reading
,. Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. Workshop under Dr. Ed Turner were:
The church Is located at 422 N. St. from Starke -Philomena
County Commission Room New Courthouse *********** Clair Street. The Church of God Is a Adklnson, Charlotte Hoffman,
Full Gospel Church presenting all the Marilyn Vallehga.' Willie Mae Randolph l
c Pvt.Charles W.MaUo" II gospel for all races. Everyone is Elaine Griffis and Francis \
welcome.The Jenkins;, from Southside Elementary ,
Pvt. Charles W. Mattox II, son of Ladies Auxiliary of the church, -Mildred Harper and Beulah Lennon; I
SAMPLE BALLOT Mrs.J. Harris Route 1, Raiford, Fla., will be making and selling donuts from Bradford Middle School Sandra ,
Show recently' was assigned as a combat every Thursday as a mission projectto Tompkins,Linda Bennett,Jeanne- I
Your As A
Loyalty talon with the 23rd Engineer Bat build a church in Haiti. Orders and Loper, Edward Powell and Mike I
Good Democrat BRADFORD COUNTY DEMOCRATIC CAUCUS in Hanau, Germany. donations may be called in to 9645445. Brunetti; from Bradford High School: I
By '
Gladys Thomas Johnnie Thomas
,1f St. Edwards and Patsy Lawson; from Vo-Tech -
Turning Out To Vote In Church Halt
DELEGATE ELECTION Sherill Austin and Sandra Thomas;
This ElectionOf from Hampton Elementary, Arlene
Important BINGO I Kick.

Delegates To The State OCTOBER 13,1979 Every Saturday 8:00: P.M. From Mrs.Jenkins and Mrs. Griffis

Convention In November. To vote for n pcrwn' whose: name Is printed on :the 411 N Temple Ave. Starke. Fla. Oct.class 5.Our Diana. Hudson had a birthday on

ballot, mark a cross (X) in the square at the RIGHT of class will start studying nutrition

the name of the person for whom you desire to vote. this week. Children are being
asked to bring in pictures from the
DELEGATES TO basic: four food groups.As .
Earn Your High School Diploma By Taking
These Will
Delegates FLORIDASTATEDEMOCRATICCONVENTIONParticipate the 5th grade Social Studies

In The Vet For Two The CEO Tests. Applications For The CED'' classes concluded their unit on Indians ;
W MBMI MM MMHM BHBM < I m I fUHiAMtt -The First Americans, we had 2

Presidential, I Straw Ballot LEWIS M. AVER i. ., Tests Are Being Taken At The Bradford-Union additional Donna Younts displays, and:Indian Indian Hunters Scene --

Which Michael West. All these displays were
Affect TheNomination '
May ; exhibit in the Social .
f.. on Studies room
Area Vocational Technical Center.
for the PTA Open House. Oct. 2. We
i Of Our Next
were glad to see so many parents

President. EARL F. JONES { The Deadline Is October 26, 1919. come Last out.week the Social Studies--' classes

{. had a brief quiz on maps -Identifying
ROBERT W. MILNER. JR. (BOB) : Call 964-6150 For Information the Equator, 2 Tropic lines, 2 Polar
circles and lines of latitude and
longitude. There were several perfect
GEORGE H. PIERCE papers which are being proudly
DON'T MISS THIS, ,U! ., Examinations are Scheduled: displayed In the Social Studies room.

SANDRA M.P. SANDERS The Sth grade Science classes are
OPPORTUNITY studying Our Changing Earth composition
." November 5th & 6th.._ November 7th & 8th and formation display just
CECELIA T. TERWILLEQAR' ..r received Is Growing Sugar Crystals .

MAKE YOUR .VOICE 1:00:C *2:45: p.m. 6OO: 7:45: p.m Michael Pike. !

HEAR .. JOHNNIE B. THOMPSON 3:004:45: : : p.m. 8:00: 9:45: p.m. From Joy Tetstone's class, David
.. ? ,? Stephens.is proud to announce the arrival
i 8:00: 7:45: p.m. November 9th of a new baby brother, James !
1 1 :
\ '. Randolph Stephens. He was born Oct
bt; 800; <0:30: p.m. 9:00-: 10:30: s.m 1 and their parents are Mr. and Mrs

f' M "( Space Paid For By Bra County. Democratic Executive"Oummlttee} 'y y'd yI '' Davis Robert Stephens}Ilankerson of Starke.Is celebrating a

I birthday on Oct. 14.
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9 TOIitT-!I Tangle With GainesvilleIn

i .Field, Thursday Nlgh.Tilt ),

In a Thursday night game at;]' ;pasting of Palatka (the Panthers lone 175), He throws the ball well. As .for the Tornadoes Sexton said
Florida Field tonight Oct;; 11,''f1,I back and then swamped Live Oak "Of course their little tailback colds and bumps and bruises: have
P r. Gainesville High Sch oat's b'twe Hurricane ;'*0. (Dennis Allen no. 33, ft-9 180 Sr.) la slowed both the offensive and defensive
: host the Tornadoes ol"BIIS' 1, With just one district loss (like something else. He's the key to their ranks "but everybody should be
with an 8 p.m. start s>J- .n';" BUS)they still have an outside shot at offense. lie runs a 4.5 40 and any time ready to go Thursday night.
The 'C nea, once:: ranked number '., a playoff bid. Translation: the incen- he gets the ball,on a kick return,paw .Hurse said tailback duties will be I
two In the state Clam AAA poll have live for the Hurricanes to stop their receiving, or running it he la d-a-it-* shared by John Bennett and Edward
been shot from that tatty perch with losing slid with a win over BradfordIs e-r-c-u-s. Hamilton after Hamilton's flashy
back to back losses 0:now number great. J
showing St.
"We've got to stop Dennis Allen against Augustine last f
two Gainesville Ea.tlWe (31-32) and
Class AAAA number fourranked'Orlando "They are a big football team (233, Defensive Coordinator Mike Sexton week, (eight carries-122 yards). R\
1M1 Edgewater C17-7) and at 2-2: It1S,225,220.Z30, ISO accross the offensive concurred. "We've got to contain his
front) and a good football team," speed. "We'U'.wltcb them off at tailback i
have wounds lick! the
some to just as
2-3 Tornadoes do. Hurse said of CHS. "Their quarter* ".think they'll try to get outside on and try to keep them both as fresh aspossible
have back (mph whiz Vernell Brown) us and pick on our comers with their ," Nurse revealed Tuesday. :
1 think
Y' they some" ventured question broke his collarbone on the last plat passing." Edgewater and Eastside) both test
marks BUS Head just like Coach we do David now Rune between of the game last week and is out When CHS goes to the air wldeout Gainesville by running right up the
schedule of ffm ,period but I'm Impressed with their Clay Hamilton (no. 4), has been their middle on'em. We're going to have to
a busy -vtewing
and practices. The short week bet new kid (David Hunter,Jr. no. 12,tH favorite target. run the ball."
ween games has the Tornadoes working

'f'i 1e n feverishly. "Their question marks .. .
r might be a little bigger than ours.
We ve known from the beginning that
we have to hustle every play and
make up for our weaknesses. They
still haven't figured out who their best
players are-they've got so may of

I ,. .n dtriAtu .n+rt a them. .
II --- --- -
I. "The players we see on films one
there when 'we
time aren't playing
It's a Tossup look at another ballgame.
Nobody won this battle as Click Beetles receiver David McKnight and Mac's "I'll tell you though,they've lost to
Music Shop defender Willie Jenkins scramble for the pigskin In a Starke Men's a couple of pretty good football teamsin \,
Flag Football League game Sunday. Eastside and Edgewater (both '
Mac's won the war topping CB in a battle of unbeaten 35-19. unbeaten)." .
More on Sunday'flag action inside. OIlS started the year with a,4H ,

Terwillegar Motors With

I I Indians Try- to Play "Spoilers" ;'I Better Ideas for the 8O :wnito'l '.' 'i6I

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Keystone's 1-4 Indiana start the second over Keystone two weeks ago), and mark with district wins over Cross City .;I .
half of their season at home this rates Newberry as just as strong. (21-7) and Chlefland (21.14) and I ,.
week, with an 8 p.m. Friday night "They're definitely in the same outside wins over FortjMeade/ ((19-8) .
game against Newberry's 4-1 Pan- category as Chlefland and and Trenton(344 last week).The lone
thers. Newberry the Indian boss cautioned. bad mark on the Panther card was a I :
The Indians no longer have district "But they're probably a little 27-18 third week loss*to Will ston. H .
title on their minds, but they still more diverse. Where last week the They' were a 4-4 non-contender last
could play the role of "Ipoiler' down main thing we had to worry about was year but with a nucleus of seniors "
the stretch run with two playoff con- Williston'a( speed and running game, were rated by most as district co-
tenders still on the schedule. Newberry can throw the ball, and do favorites with Cblefland in the preseason 11 ,
Newberry is the first of those teams very well and they also have an explosive sizeups.
.shooting for the District 4-AA title and runner In their tailback." "We tend to to our competition -
playoff bid. The second, Jasper- The tailback Valention referred to ," Valentino said "Hopefully we
Hamilton, comes to town Friday, la soph. Keith Rosa (no. 32 5-11 185)) can have an 'up' game this week. (
November 2. while the Panthers aerial game We'U be better at home and the
"Yes, we can play the role of revolves around quarterback Mark game's on radio WPXB Starke, 7:45 You Ask For Better / ,
spoiler" agreed KHHS Coach Pete Wright (no. 3. Sr. 160) and split end start) so we should be ready." Gas'mileage .
Valentino Monday. "We can't win the Mike Nattiel ((no. 1, Sr. 5-8 150)). Starting running back Steve Cor- ) '.r.. .' '
.district at this point, but we'd like to "They've also got a good defense,a bett Is all a questionable participant It
help determine the winner if.we can good line, and .a. big. experiencedktiuadthey'll for Friday's game with a hyperex. ; ; We Have JustJoYou ., '
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Williston Snubs Keystone 1312Call reclever Tiger Bobby -

Crosby, no
12. curls inside
It the"breaks of the game" if you a Raider
will..Keystone High failed to score defender
on a
after obtaining a first down Inside the pass from QB
Williston High one yard line with two David Barber.
minutes left in the game Friday nightto w't' e Photocourttiy

drop a 13-12 decision to the .r- of
hometown Red Devils.
w ui wl Dove Walter
Williston had gone ahead on the :
Scoreboard earlier in the quarter _
(9:58): on a one yard plunge by Jackie
Roberts and a successful PAT kick
The Indians started its hoped-for

winning TD drive on its 20 after the e..4 ... ...
kickoff and 16 plays later found itselfon ':' ..
the Williston one. ,. A1'.I..,". .;;'> a f ,
But..misfortunes hit the Indians to ... _
the tune of two five-yard penalties, an +_ ,l y
incomplete pass, a draw play for 'f1 : ; I
minus one and a sweep for only two. II 4
On fourth down and goal at the 10 'r .. I

quarterback David Hurnercompleteia 1".;..',,.,, ; ..h .I .., "-' .,. XUrK
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Jennings but he was stopped short of '* '0' W ,. ,, 'ii.lM a ilillltttoiT K,.
the goal at the four. I .1 .. ..",. ,h'.I4l": : ;uI.J. .)1n .,. _.... '. ..__........ *_____L..-4__..."'? _. I
The loss dropped the Indiana'season

mark to 1-4 while Williston improved \\ Keith Edwards no. 5. scrambles away from the Keystone rash la the Red Devil's 13-12 victory,
its record to three wins and ,rt ,
only one loss (to undefeated '3-A Williston tied the score 6-6 on its
key by Gruenwald, Humor,
powerhouse Gainesville Eastside), first possession and it looked like the I.- -
Keystone coach Pete Valentino said era?e..s n Jennings and a fumble recovery by
game was going to be a high scoring .....
lull .to* Iltltss Bob Strickland halted the threat on
there were several turning points that
affair Williston went 64 yards on nor
contributed to the defeat including a rrCiI the Keystone 26.
seven plays for the score. The TD tvln lus/
fumble on a punt return the penaltieson came on a 39 yard pass from college Another Keystone punt was forced Game Lost 26QSanta .
fI'M -.. after three running plays and this
the last Indian drive and the prospect quarterback Keith Edwardsto 1
time Williston gained at its
failure to score on other possession
opportunities end Dennis Jelks. With 7:311ert in urea r-.aw use
43. The Red Devils picked two
own up
the quarter, the score was knotted 66.Keystone's .
first downs before Jennings intercepted Fe
The Indians had gone ahead early next score came late in Dampens
54 4 It on the Indian 20 and ran it
in the
6-0 their first
game on posses- the third! quarter on a Huroer pass to we. II
sion scoring with 9:52: left In the first Jennings covering 32 yards turner's, back to the 46.
A leaping grab by Jennings on a
quarter, Quarterback Hurner surprised attempt to get off a pass for the PAT
Williston defenders when he pitched failed and Keystone held a six point PAT kick was good to nudge Williston pass from Hurner Williston gave Keystone a UCHS
first down on the 20. HomecomingSanta
back to Grady Bostick on thegame's lead. ahead 13-12 with 9:58: remaining. Crave
and then a clipping
first and Bostick threw to gained one
play The Indians held Williston on their Williston's other college prospectand
Kenny Jennings to the Red Devils' ty was assessed against Keystone.
but fumble lost
next possession a on star performer, tailback Melvin
Humor faded back to on the next
26-yard line. The play covered 33 the punt return gave the ball to the Simmons the sidelines pass ':
sat on duringthe play and attempted to pass whenWilliston's Fe stung Union High's grid- nulMUIlM
yards.On Red Devils on the Keystone 49. game and apparently didn't play den 26-0 last Friday night, dampening II FlntPOTHM itIt
caved in him.
fourth and nine from the 25, linemen on r..r...hay.. Ii
Williston's versatile quarterbackKeith because of an injury. The referee ruled a fumble and the high spirts of Homecoming for the II. ,,__... ..
flipped a screen pass to running ( Edwards) switched to tailback with the final .. ....
Although unhappy Red Devils had possession at its 35 to Tigers.The Era tmfl '.!..
back Walt and he scooted
Boney and then back to quarterback to outcome and last minute penalties, halt the march. Tigers gave up 19 points in the I twuMMlMt I
behind a host of Indian blockers for a march his team for ar towMM M
what proved to be Valentino his team'soffensive
complimented Williston gained three first downs first halfthen seven more in the second -
touchdown. A pass for the PAT failed the winning TD. Following a one yard line for a "good job of block but another fine defensive effort half to fall to 0-5 for at the
but the Indians were ahead 6-0. plunge by Roberts for the score the He "We able driveat Ed Varnes and Bobby Clayton
ing. said were to halted the Red Devils at the Keystone season's midway point."I runs by
.- -- the end of the game but we stopped 13. feel like we gave them a coupleof to the Raider 42 yard line before running
.' '.I ourselves with fumbles and Tied W at the half, each team had quick touchdowns in the first half of into a fourth down punting situa!

penalties. the ball twice in the third quarter the game then settled down and lion :
Valentino mentioned center Mark before Keystone put it all together for played a good game in the second Santa Fe received the punt at the 23
DaDrapInBartgain Abies Carey Stalling, George Payne its second touchdown. half," commented Head Tiger Coach yard line and moved quickly into
and Daniel Hughes for their offensive After a Williston punt gave the ball Jimmy Thomas on last Friday night's Tiger territory at the 40 yard line. On
line play. Defensive end Sam Sibley to the Indians at the Williston 45, game. a first down play Flagg broke lose
and interior lineman Jeff Smith and Hurner gained six on a keeper A pass Santa Fe had a total 284 yards on offense along the right side line lor a 40 yard
Hause Jim Gruenwald "bottled them up inside went incomplete, a Billy Courscv run 165 of them on the ground and touchdown sprint for the Raiders second -
pretty good," Valentino gained three more, and an of sides 119 in the air. Lake Butler moved the score. The extra point kick was
reported penalty against Williston on a long ball 96 yards on the ground and 76 no good leaving Santa Fe in front 13-0
Quarterback Hurner also "had a snap count gave the Indians a first yards passing. with six seconds left in the first
BIG SALE good night," stated Valentino, as did down at the 31. Three plays later The Tigers fumbled one time and period.
offensive threat Kenny Jennings (who Hurner connected wi'Ji; 'Jennings for gave the ball away on two Intercep Lake Butler got the kick at the 22
also intercepted a pass). the 32 yard score.: tions. One of the interceptions was in- yard line and on first down, Varnes
This Weekend Valentino said running back Steve After three quarters, Keystone led side the Raider 25 yard line and the broke lose up the middle for 12 yard
Corbett was put out of action early in 12-18. Williston's final touchdown other within the 10. and a first down.

October 12 October 13 the game with hyper-extended knee. drive opened the fourth quarter and "Until we stop beating ourselves, next play Varnes pushed over right
Valentino said he did not know if Cor Keystone's one and only possession we are not going to win and thats what guard for a tough two yards. On second
bett would be ready for the Indians (22 consecutive plays) in the fourth we are doing. is beating ourselves" down LB quarterback David
Now is the time to LAYAWAY for Christmas. next game on Friday night against quarter was unsuccessful in the final said Coach Thomas. "We move the Barber hit Kevin A. Griffis for a 10

Newberry. moment of play. ball good in some places and hold yard pass. That along with a 15 yard
Shop early and select from our new After the score was tied 6-6 early in good on defense most of the time, but personal foul call against Santa Fe
the first its don't lock and the ball down to the 39 yard
quarter, Keystone began on some plays we up pushed

,. 'v iShjpmentof spreads, drapes, king next offensive series on its own 20 '. .. ,.. ..'.. that is whats hurting us'V! !,sast"I: : line of the Raiders.
.Blanketsetc. ,* .1'.1. '* .*- .after theJWiUiston\ kick: .went; past the ', StarkeRecJ "yy e've got an.opea week.,coming up .1: Varnes.:went for nine yards on a
.;: "' end zone. s 'rtGJ and we are going to spend arorortnne draw play up the middle then anothersix

"Visit Lil in old house of used furnitureand Carries by Boney and Jennings Women's Tennis polishing get things working yarder up the middle for a first
our gained a first down but the short drive for us," thepTiger boss added. down,with the ball on the 24 yard line
appliances. We also have a completeline was halted when Hurner managed on- Scores from last week's play in the Santa Fe drew first blood in the first Then Barber threw the first interception

of small household Items now available." ly one yard on a keeper on third down Starke Recreation Department'sMonday aarqr'd driving down to the one of the night with Raider
Women's Tennis '
and five at the Keystone 36. might from the Lake Butler 48. Wesley Terry on the receiving
A hurried-up punt netted one yard League:: Raider Algonne Flagg ran the ball on stop the Union threat endue

301 S. Starke, Fla. 964-6740 and it appeared that Williston might M Darlene. 8-Marie-Wynn. Colleen every play during the Santa Fe drive, visitor's the ball at their 24.
I score again in the first quarter. But, defeated BaU -1, including the one yard dash up the The Raiders moved the ball all the
'II Pike def. Cathy Billiard "1.'WOrna middle for the score. way down to the nine yard line where
Poore def. 'Terri Smith W Phyllis Ella The extra point kick by George they had first and goal before Union
Cooney def. Linda Tatum M, Bethea was good and the Raiders toughened to keep the score close. On
Huggins clef Sylvia( Tatum 84),Kandy went in front 7-0 with 8:23 left .in the first down Tiger Clayton Parrish and
Costello def. Gwen Gray 61.BHSFreahman.
first quarter. Kevin Griffis stopped Flagg at the
The Tigers got the kick at their own line of scrimage. Flagg broke for six
24 yard line and moved the ball onflut yards on an option play to the left
before Tommie Robertson ran him

out of bounds, .
0-2 J Improved" On the third down play Raider

L SCOREBOARD Leroy Keith was stopped for short
The score was Just as bad as in the eighth, ninth, and tenth graders." yardage by Ronnie Plnkaton and GrIf-
opener but BHS Freshman football The BUS freshman next play fis. With a fouth down on the two yard
coach Malachl Henry figured his against the Gainesville High School line Parrish and Griffis sacked

ninth graders looked a lot better in frosh Tuesday night, Oct. 16, in Raider quarterback Steve Healy for
their second time out Tuesday night. e. four yards, to give the Tigers the ball
The froth Tornadoes dropped a 36-9 at the seven yard line with a first
Donnie Banks scored the only BHS
decision: to Hawthorne-thafs the down. .
same score Baldwin hung on BHS the touchdown Tuesday night going 50 The Tigers could not move the ban
week before-but Henry still seem yards on a first series for and had to punt on fourth down from
satisfied. the score. Henry said Banks "could the nine yard line, to turn the ball
"The kids played a lot better this develop into a "premier runner. The over to the Raiders on the 42 yard line
week than they did the first time and ninth grade coach also praised the of Lake Butler .
A It was a good experience for them," running of Curtis Jones, and said the On the first down play Healy hit
offensive line
Henry said\\brusnljig off the loss as of John Bennett, SteveCarta' Ray Bums for a 19 yard completionand
less important than getting game experience Gary Garter, Blaine Dyal a first down at the 21 yard line. A
for the youngest BHS football and Jeff Ruis did a better Job of five yard illegal procedure infractionagainst
y players. "These players get a lot opening the Raiders moved the ball

!1cL more out of playing 10m baccksLarrryy praise were back to the 26 yard line. On the next
Hawthorne than they do ere Long (who defaults play Burns got the ball on a pitch and
and scrimmaging the JVH pass), Lonnie Griffls, Grant hit Danny Diston in the endue for
Hawthorne was really a JV team with. Williams) and Grant Johnston. the third Raider touchdown of the

... evening.The extra point kick attempt
was no good making the score 14 as
the first half ended. .
How's that for sweet revenge? A four-figure tax deduction, right off the Lake Butler had moved the ball

top, every year until you're 59 Vi, down to the 43 yard line in Raider territory

And that's not the half of it. ; : 'AULLOAWU.ARDJ.OAWLEY before Varnes was running a
play up the middle and fumbled into
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$228,000 to help you face retirement. t 0O44733O21LAND to the two yard line of Lake Butlec:
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Quarterback Healy
Hefty help, indeed. .';: CLEARING DEMOLITION) FILL CHAT kept the ball on right end sprint Into
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1979 taxes. And that's a whole new ball game. 1 .,... I quarter.
... Th eiders were penalized IS

The current Inlereil rate I guaranteed(for a minimum period of three year from day of deposit. had yards on the first kick attenut and
to try from the 18 line.
Federal law and regulation require a aubstantlal penalty for early withdrawal from an IRA account.: ES Jc .' .Kicker George Bethea kicked yard it between

''Divided equally between working and non-woklnlllpouM account. --.r. :: --=:_ wl .' .' ;. the goals and made the extra
point to end the
scoring at 260.
a" t I was proud of the performance of
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Mr.Re .i K..(Bwfcee Obituaries Starke Start to Sell Fried Chicken sm.
E.I WftrMae., .........ft.1 and
Mr. ReweJ IDle Duke ML died a host of...* and nephews.FtMaral .
.....,. Oct. .. to MSMU General Fredrick E.CarttoMf'redrkkB. C, Fri.minY1H services were aU hi ...
HoapHal to Oaten".after.sudden I:aerM ie De3a11ei1BM First Baffin (3Iurctt. o CdlII.. .,.
Ubteas : .. Carbon, age H. died : M- where> d. was 'j., s 1 1IIIt... .... 1.willi ... .. -' ... ..' I, '. '. ,
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A life tangnMi t d Unixp Saturday.; Seat. 39. ia Ftot Tfceaaa*. ... tMdf..lac for tea.
Mr Duke*owned. sad apaMe4Dwtea K", Fatmuly ot KyieeHeights :: !=-a-srlsell lit llslgrTM OIL .. I" ; ,\,' ;,,'
Grocery to Lake Better MM this 11r. Carisoa had IMIID MMFtot I --I. .. ...... 10 .., .... ;1 ,: .;
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retirement! in 157 He was a member Tomas area for four year aad ...Gweadolya Andrew 71 adeatlYrAmOi .. to .JIIIIIII"! '
of Little Springs Primitive Baptist was a retired Janitor. laiety 3bw..._ t....... hwy won' for IM....-.: : r '
Church Survivors include dauPCUn.. Mrs. Gwendalya Andrew,age 71.of la KM of flower ,.....'Is. an die IT.pltianl 1.1. TOUI'ft8'Me+C III./! ,,:,'t.... I.j'f
Survivor include' his wife. Mrs. Gertrude Abrahamson.: Fat Thomas.Ky. Panama Qty.Fi.died Au g.29 in Bay 'd :.;' ,
Graae Green Dukes of Lake BuUer: .. a grandson, Donald Ahraham- Memorial HospttaL Mrs. Andrew was' li tried::: clhlcken. IIAMq :i f'
two Mrs Boise McCor- soa Covdsprings, Ky. aDd several hors in Starke and wilt be' j rr atbdM tie ale from 9 un. "k.d'i j {IV';"
raMe. en ? ,f
mick dam wi p and..... Diane nieces, nephews and causins. remembered as school teacher ta ar bEcr A t the, camcM ire shopping piau. ,',. /
Am Butler one son Brief services were held Sunday the Bradford Schools. : d
Gerald Dukes of Lake Butler; one Sept. .. at 7 p_.. ia the Cooper Survivors include: her husband, E ', S MNi'f, ,
brother M.C Dukes of Lake Butler Funeral Home Qul d. Local funeral Clarence Andrew. Panama dry;.one ', ,\ .A ,., ...'. ..,
one sister. Mrs. Rosetta Dekle ot services were held Saturday.Oct.f at sister. Mrs. Arthur McRae. Siarket ow ; '
There are 46 mtUtof nsrr.s 'i :,,: :, : ): Ii ,
Lake Butler; seven craadctaUdree 11 a.m. from the graveside in one half-sister. Mrs. Alice Barber? in the body: ,' : ..';1'7. I .4ib
and two great grandchildren. Keystone Heights Cemetery with the Tucson Ariz.;der}.. : sip.mothee Mrs, "I ( $;:\ ; "
funeral services win be heM Thurs .., :: \ .;
day.Oct.11 at Z p.m. to Little Soring* ftf-
Primitive Baptist Qwrdi with Elders:: :.I''I', ( '
Hershel Grafts and J.E. McCormick :. .,,
otficiaunf. Burial will follow ta EtoeyCbapeJ '''':III}, ;' ...
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Cemetery under the directxn ''I ,cf "11/I".
of Arctter Funeral Home of Lake I '.?
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Butler charge of arrangements. I rR .J ; ,..
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Mr J-T FUly.w,46.01.S50 S.W. 5th
St. Lake Butler died Saturday morn VWA ; ARROW
i.g. October s, at his borne of an ap-
parent heart attack
Born in Ashbure. Ca.. Mr. Flllyaw DETERGENt
moved to Lake Baler in 1938 and has TOWEL\
resided here since. He was self. (
employed in the plumbing and electrical
business until he retired He JU".o $1 '
was a former constable for Union 2 99C
County and active in the Sheriffs
department for many years.Church ;:: ........ BOX

member of the First ._A.......7...... .....
of Lake BuUer .
Survivors include: his wife Mrs.
Eloise McCuIlough: Fillyaw of Lake
Butler: one daughter Miss Mary tiF a

Jimmy Fillyaw of and Lake Bobby Butler both; two of sons Lake BEEF PEOP ? PISCES GOOD THURS. WED., OCT. 11-17

Butler: step mother, Mrs. Omer Lee
Fillyaw of Lake Butler; seven QUANTITY MOOTS -
brothers.Johnny Fillyaw of Augusta RESERVED
Roy Fillyaw of Jacksonville Herbert NO FRILLS" -i WMN-COM SKlUt. IHC.
Fillyaw of Gainesville. Carl Fillyawof COPYRIGHT 197* SAVE 30.
Lake City. Elbert Fillyaw of Minneapolis PHOTO SERVICE:
Tommy FiHyaw of Tampaand
JJ. O'Hern of Lake Butler; two ewnr.voav tatle.Nvnmweh.Mu i R i isvvharseji
sistes. Mrs. Lora Mae Pitts of TyTy. oarnomnansavawav WCARONI SUG -,.....J
Ga. and Mrs. Opal Smedley of Mayo;
and six grandchildren. .'___ClPf_""' MAIU I ; 2 I..... $1 o0
Funeral services were held Monday Lars twh w a.1aa en1 r. i i.nN" t . PItOS.
October S. in the First Baptist f ./'a.O' lawn umi Mt a0 MMM on M
Church of Lake Butler with Rev. f*ioNi N nernr AAam

Melvin Owen officiating. Burial on.r--'i': ; TOMATO SAUCE 3 t,.. $100 C
direction followed in of Dekle Archer Cemetery Funeral under Home the of .1M bra mAe nrni err N a ev tArhs

Lake Butler MACTNA WMTTI '-- 5 LDe .


Charles Elmer Ilrra 1,M '"110 fIaLr rIICIS !
Mr. Charles Elmer Henley.J4 resident 12-, =:-' Zee T 9 u" '
L SWEET PEAS 3 ", $1 ,.Rh:.sa 1.eI..
of Rt. 3. Box 310. Starke. died .
.UP Ma. ..UP tea. M rr.isn Ii .
early Saturday morning.Oct.6 from
J injuries received from an accident in w. _..., TWIVTYMhO

alterboro.S.C. Mr.Henley was born ..." .==. BARTLm PEARS 2 $100
and moved Starke
in Jacksonville to Na Mica M TIM *0 MI MOO OSLT mm
at an early age. He was employed by rouowuto eovimu w FionutDUVU.
the AFC Farms in Lake City was a 1HIInY Mao CUT. NASSAU. IAMR.COUIMIA. i i'.
)I veteran of the Navy and was a .. SUWUltlE.TAM..DISOII.UOII.GoUISOOI. ;
member of the Baptist faith. & MA"ARONI I 4 7Ve-$Ill '$100 IEffllSOll.LfYYAUCHUAIIAOfOIDPUnWt.;,S ,
Survivors include: his wife Mrs. ;
Rose Mary Henley. Starke; one son BUSCH toe act OTMII = riiASiB
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syyvpua toou a *a.CHiESE "
Charles, Jacksonville; his parents. I' ; '
Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Henley. Starke; BEER MADHPIOUIHYO'-NNAI.S' oT699c
) four brothers. Calvin Everett and i .
Stephen all of Starke,and Jesse Fort
Jackson. S.C. five sisters Mrs. I : .
Sheila Bassett. Mrs. Geanie Carter. AtTOt FANCY a4 JUCC t ASTOtSWUTSalcd THMrrr MAKluncheon>
Mrs. Carolyn Hardenbrook, Mrs. 6 $169 2' $100 I .
Marilyn Henley, and Mrs Louise I .; Cubes .oz' 99c Meat 99C :

Johns an of Starke. mncs ,
Funeral services were conducted at Dad Food 4 w t 1OO Quick Grits 5 a 99c Corned Beef '&r $129Pineoppie ,
11 a.m. Tuesday at the Church of CENTRASYALLT .. .,:
God. Starke.with Rev.Gene Bass officiating Win 'Lan $'" Deer IOUIH OtAOON town 0ItAIN. THIIIf1Y Mac :' '-'.iII\1t' .' '
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and Rev. M.E. Drake oil"'r u..... .
assisting. Burial was in South Prong ..,..,,8 Jelly JAIl Cage; Rico . 3 a.79c Corn . 3 16-ea'-O$100, I
Cemetery in Baker County with '' '
Archer-Tanner Funeral Home in .
charge of arrangements. CHEF / \ paalUAlaalowhuOAEDIXII

DAWNO : GRAIN BREAD . 2 I $100 f: 1

Retort.White F AMI L Y cue OAauNO SHOWN SEcvi FUUCT a ? C'TOP i

Robert A. White age 54. died in St. TWIN ROLLS 2 :: 79c VALUE
Vincents Hospital. Jacksonville BREAD . '. \
Thursday morning following a sudden p/UR DAIUNO DMNTY i ,,: "- : I

attack.IS. 1824 Bora be bad in Holyoke lived to Jacksonville Mass.. Dee 0, 1Q DINNER ROLLS . 2 :; 89c : ;
for 40 Mr.
:years. was a 2G-oz. $10S. .w
salesman for the tire Industry;an Army HOOK OAtuNO ncAN. ntur aKOUNTtr .Y' :
veteran of W.W. 2; a member of ,
St. Paul Episcopal Church and was CINNAMON BUNS 2 : $129 *

America.active with the Boy Scouts of : f

Survivors Include 3 sons Robert A lilt CsAtRhhv COOD
White.Jr.of Falls Church.Va..BryanA. .
White of Vienna, Va.. and twf MORTON FROZEN TOP PRETZELS 2.os., ]
Christopher L White of Restoa. Va.. $199
and.grandchildren, . GAl., VALUE CftAaoN"GOOD TOASTER .
Graveside funeral services were ASTOa POT :--:. PASTRIES .2 noi.PKOS... $|19
held Monday Oct. I at 3:30p.m. in .
Eliam Cemetery in Melrose with Rev. ORANGE JU5CE . "S 99ePKO. PIES
William Popped .
oflicia. & DeWitt C.
Jones Funeral Home..In charge
the arrangements.la GLAZED DONUTS 89c tHRiFTf Mjt>
lieu of flowers, the family suggest .1 i '
that donations be made to a $ 'let-

favorite chanty. JELLY DONUTS : 69C '
: _. e MILK
earl PAW UCMT SATTei 8-oz.
Charlie Ezra WUM )
Charlie Ezra Wilson age 64.died l lathe .. .. . PHGS.. HACfQA1. .1 1
Roberta Convalescent Center la OBOANAMOZIM .v-' -

Gainesville Friday morning. Born iaAbbeville. HONEY BUNS : : 69C "" SAVE S8c' = .
Georgia,April J. maanny e ;
Wilson lived in Jacksonville far '
years, moving to Melrose hapeoember OUCA
1977. He had worked as an _. ..
bi automobile 11MM. mechanic( before retiring !DINNER ; .. "

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Mrs. ,

Gladys Ann Mrs.Chlapptrri Anita Robs Petty both af4Ss'and of Mrs.Melrose Dolores,Ohio and COLLARDS .i.-i' /,: r ..!. .>' : 69CCOMMA 6 W SUMRIRANO HIP I

Mrs.Sylvia Woods Orlando;4 sons. IVMM PACK '. i\' | '!
Charlie E.Wilson Jr., Marion O.andJinunte : TOPPING i '
H.Wilson all Jacksonville, PIE SHELLS : '
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K Wilson of
and Murray .r5lc
Pa.. I sister. Mrs. Alice Mae Shapiroof MCtTON .2 $
jaand, and several ta na- : I 2 9-ox. 1.

Graveside funeral
held at t: SUB. Monday Oct. a. iaJacksoovUle .'

Park with Memory Rev.Hubert Gardtsr BevOIoffklaiing. at CORN ON COB! ,,:'f'rsa .9( C SAVE 33 '. ; ; I
Orange : 2 45
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral ,, ,.. "o.'J; ,
Home was in charge of the arrangeraenta. -- .

lUea of flowers. ,donations....."btmade ::::,: ;,:::' .: '-1'.';. .-"', ,tfj,;f.,: .. .'I'.. ..'v-i I S I

to the Florida Lung Association. .!h .. r., ,;I'"'J .,, '' ',.\)Ii, 1 ''I'
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.! a n GMwty MtaMr MUM Miches] Union's work ol quarterback John David Jackson had eight tackles,
were bawd their' Or** &*& l Ie two .**tfls. GMra.it t toot when FraMto and runners Gerald Brown. .islsts an InteroapUea Thad .
I yean whOe! the tteton CttMli. 'Pee fe.,took a yards for a >! and Tony Dtggs keyed Davis. four stops andTflve assists. 1
; Saturday's Gam" ""tr: W.. stayed unbeaten *nd the Bradford Mr* on the game's third play.aaaapered k2t Keith QUttMbam totaled. four'arid-.. 4)1. )
Fee Wee toyed rMk* on their Ackson then recovered a useable. and Brown rambled for Its yards after six sestets. ,-Shawn Jackson bad. four ;
heels I bi Pop Wants football play lad / 47 anti toes TD in the.. getting 140 yards the week before and CthTlema picked off pas*. !1
\ week. tend Quarter! In the third period 'ptckedup the winner's ftnt and third and ughl three of Ii,t
.se'i ft Pee Wee aewrterback Roseoe SinunonTkept TD's on runs of seven and 35 ,.... Prands' pass completions the win. ;
V..... Mtddlbae'gs AT a 14 yard TO Jaunt and Jackson Bryant scored the Bradford team's "WV,. getting better every.weak,
.;' ;; Jr. Midget The Union County Pee Wee's won Added the final tally on a 14 yard run. other six-pointer on a five yard run we have some! super little.......,' 1
: their second fume in a row last week, ,. Bengal effort owns Whitabead said and ended with 44:yards gakMd while said Cowboy Head Coach Roans c''\
'I't County on road: pasting Mlddleburg W-0 to become tat y', good jams for Francis ran for 51 yards, kicked two Thomas of the win. P ii''

Mites at B-M the Wee only League.unbeaten team left to the Pee the nUn tam extra seven pass points attempts.The and completed. four of wWI.iAwor/0r wit t 1NMOU j

10 Branford 24.Gnee defense outscored the Gaines 1WWOe -
Fred Jackson had 1X7 yards rusniaa C.we e .
',': : Orange Park and two touchdown on I) carries. The Cowboy Pee Wee's moved into by themselves as Tony Diggs and ....,d ..H.1Klvaowealown
.. Jr. Pee Wee's-1 p.m. soda defense led by Thomas: Webb a tie for second: place with a a4-0 Reggie Jackson combined for.safety. -........ '.1..
Howard whitewashing of Green Cove's Caters to the lead to Ao early, I
Pee Wee's=2:30 (nine tackles: ) and Shands up -. .,:I
Jr -4:30 (eight stops)shut out the a host: Satur In Green Cove Saturday. Dlggs contributed six tackles and --....... ....
Midget> day. A stifling defense and the offensive nine assists defensively whileWDMAMDUSDACMOKi M..rY.w.rU.N.
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Mighty Mites
g AVE W Th MI W! burjT-Uak>.S t
tl y The Union County Mighty Mites lost
for the first time In two years as Mid-
SIRLOIN R dleburg edged the defending league
kingpins 7-. in Mlddleburg Saturday.The .
Union team scored: first when
d STEAK John Henderson found the endione at
the end of a 10 yard scamper but the
1 extra point failed.
In the third quarter Mlddleburg
$219 came up with the game's only other
score on a 50 yard TD pass. Then,according -
LB. to Union Coach Doyle Kemp
the host won on a great extra point
/ SAVE 50au.'t' effort by their halfback who {
his way into the endzone after fOUrs
hit by four Bengals behind the
scrimmage.The .
game was a defensive struggle
with Henderson's total of 28 yards on
EEF PEO9 15 carries and Phillip Pritcnett's 33
yards on four totes tops for Union
USDA OUD' 'A' USDA OI01C1IE' NATURALLY AGED BONELESS County. QB Grady Cochran hit two of
OUICIC FROZEN six passes for SI yards with one interception.
RUMP ROAST $279 Middleburg
W D BROADRREASTLD . yards on SI running temptseanndathepea
USDA CHOtCI Kit NATURALLY AGED MADE touchdown was their only completion
of the day Brett Parrish had
TURKEYS CHUCK $ three tackles and an assist. Cochran
., \ Lt, )69 knocked down three
.' two tackles Lance H passesead]
-1 tl USDA CHOC SEE NATURAUr AGED ROUND BONE a fumble recovery and Phillip Joyner

17 U'' I'SH'LDER ROAST 1 :; $)89 John Jessup Howard and Melvin Henderson Paulk till, Brook had a
J ; u.
: pair of tackles defensively.
USDA INSPECTED W-D MAND PURE HAND PAK ; "Overall the defense played a good
game except for the one pear" said
Kemp of the game. "The offense hada
L0. GROUND BEEF .a $469 letdown after we fell behind and we
K never were able to generate any offense
,. I t QUANTITY RIGHTS after that.
"If we can beat Bel-Med (34
SAVE 20c RESERVED la leaden) next week at Bel-Med
PffiSCES $009 THURS. WU OCT. 11-17 .
w"" "OI'rIUOHT-1W9 DOIIIITOItIS. earl: have the oppurtunity to" be
league champs. But; It will becausethe
'/ amlmrsaairlslaa>owelrs.t : boys want to work at it. They're
; going to have to pick themselves
_. ....'._. PtNKYPIO'USH f1 and play great game," up

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Pale 18 October!I. IKt

itM1 "",.,:," ", ," 'I"r' ''',, JV Tornadoes SA 260John
Williams, Wood Move In PP&KNine v, 1'i \; Bop

; .

year old Dewey William and count was way. up from the 181 total : i Thompson busted loose for 117 yard-14 play drive march that

ten year old lial Wood, both of Starke. he won the Local competition with : yards and two score! *rwsUng an Juet Thompson capped! with a 11 yard run

won Punt Pass and Kick champion- while Williams was down from his I Ir d I seven carries and the Baby TwniKiodefense on a reverse. Late in the game

ships over challengers from south winning Local score: of 157. 4 squelched visiting St. linebacker Tony Bell swiped a Baby
Georgia and northeast Florida In the Augustine almost completely a* the Jacket pass at the SA 28 and ran It all

Zone competition: held in Jacksonville Donald Thornton was the next Bradford JV beat SA tt-Sfer it* first the way to complete the scoring.:

last Saturday closest thing to a local winner, taking .. win last Thursday night. Oct. 4. JV Coach Ben Moxley dhiwill

Both local boys won spots In the second In the 12 year old class. His 250 1 The 1-2 Baby Tornadoes were to praise to dish out after

District Punt. Pass and Kick event to total was up from his 240 Local score play Palatka's JV on the road He lauded the work of both Sullivan

be held in Jacksonville Saturday"Oct. but well behind the 29B.S aggregate of Wednesday night, October 10 at 7:30: (he was 2-2 with a 30 yard completion

20. A win there would move them up Chris Gay of Jacksonville. 13 year old and are next scheduled to host Ocala amnlto Eddie "Bird" Thomjpkins)

the PP'K ladder to the Area finals local champ Jimmy Schoenlng: was Vanguard Thursday Oct. 18. and Waldo Sapp at quarterback said

two steps from the National Finals sixth his 233: total being down from w In last week's win the JV Tornadoesnot Thompson had a "terrific"game run-

held at halftime of the Super Bowl. his 284.5 Local total and well behind only shut out the visitors but also ning the ball praised fullback Kenny

Williams combined a consistent the winner's 322.5 count 11 year old f 731 f.d had by far their best offensive night of Davis six carries-33 yards) and

punt (48.3): pass (49.5) and kick (SO) Local champ Todd McLeod managedJust the season. Thompson streaked to a tailback Hudson for their play and

series for a 148 to win the nine year a 148.5 score: after netting 165 In SO yard TD run to put BHS ahead ear said the offensive line "fired out and

old division by 6.9 feet. 148 to 141.5, the Local competition.: In the eight ly against a St. Augustine team that really looked Improved tonight."

while Wood had a raior-thln edge In year old class Tim Lewis notched a a was short In numbers. Tailback Scott Defensive standouts cited by Morley -

the 10 year old class. Hal's 200.5 score 109.5 count down from his 122.9 Local Hudson who totaled 73 yards on 13 attempts and assistant coaches Carlton

(78-58-64.5)( was two points better than total, and behind the winner's 135 r't then took a awing pass from Faulk and Malachl Henry included:

the runnerup's 196.5 score.: Wood's score.SPORTS : quarterback Ricky Sullivan and defensive ends Barry Reddish and
pranced 15 yards along the left Chuck Williams, linebackers Bell and

sideline to up the advantage to 140. Eddie Barnes linemen Dale

I BRIEFSStarke r Bradford clinched the win with a 96 Buchanon and Jimmy DIggs and

defensive backs: David Sapp Brian
'I>"< Thomas, and Sullivan.
Men's SELL __
yards to Robert Carver and 30 yardsto Immediate, delivery. liquidation ,
Flag FootballMac's Don Portis and caught a 20 yard TD all new all steel buildings. WATIRJ REGISTERGAS

pass from Portis to lead the Hawks to 40 x 72 M 14 SZ 4a per 3e. tt.
Music Shop blew open a close a wild 39-22 decision over the 60 x" 108 x IS $2 38 par M. ft. BULLDOZING AND OIL
battle of unbeatens in the second half Call Collect 1-O04-389493A
58t S. TtoMft SI.
Flrebirds Tuesday. *Bulldozer Work *"
and joined Kitchen's Tile-Sonny's as Century Steel,
Charles Woods had all three scores PP&K Champs.
the only unbeaten teams in the Starke for .. tare or Small '"-SUI
for the losers, running 33 yards
Men's Flag Football League. one TD, and catching passes of 28 and Dewey Williams, I left, and Hal Wood of Starke won Zone Punt, Pass and Kick *Land FIN LP Bottles'
titles In Jacksonville ,
Mac'sU-CH'sIS 20 yards from Albert McDuffie for the last weekend. J. WILSON .4
Chris Chandler hit Fred Hollis for other two touchdowns. Commercial Seal Coating PondsWIL.BUR
Motor Homes Filled
two TD and scrambled 37
yards for a third second half score: asMac's Gators IS-Firebirds 13 KRANewsKRA WATERS
won its second straight while Richie Fender threw two TD passes Meeting Oct. IS Plans for 1980! are to be discussed PATCrMrJO /*4-t 4t _tit".. ..,..d0/
Thomas Franklin (33 and 10 yards)
dropping the Click Beetles Into third and one to Jimmy Schoening ((20 The Keystone Beer Association will including work that needs to be completed All Work Ouarantaad NO W. Umna at ...... for Tim

with a 2-1 mark.Chandler yards) to lead the 2-4) Gators past the hold a fall meeting at the Keystone and KRA director Wayne Tlphon 904-6729 Bug. Take

hit Hollis for 15 and one Firebirds in a game played Friday Elementary School cafeteria at 7:30: Donahoo says It's important to have a 19041 782-3991 994-6041 Horn 6alherlst
yard scores in the final half. The two p.m.. Oct. 15. good attendance at the meeting.
had hooked up for a 20 yard TD pass afternoon
and take Charles Wood ran 40 yards for one r "'
run play to a to give Mac's a
15-7 lead earlier but the 'Beetles pulled Firebird score with Chub Johnson

close at halftime on the strength ofa getting the other on a 10 yard run. '.

26 yard bomb from Tom Paladmo to 6-8 LeagueMonday'
David Mcknight. Mac's had scored YOU MAY HAVE MISSED THESE
earlier on a 15 yard run by Chandler games
while Paladino had.hit David Harley Bucs 28 Cowboys

for an 18 yard scoring play for theCB's Tommy Manning scored on runs of
40 and 35 yards and brought a punt
back 21 yards for a TD to lead the GREAT OPPORTUNITIES IN LASTSUNDAY'S
The loser's final
score came on a Burs the Cowboys. -,. "_ ,
five yard toss from Jackson Prevail past
to McKight. Marcia Brown's 35 yard run put the -

Kiteheli s.Soiiny's 25- 'Itidrrs laThe Cowboys points on the board. SUN
Itanis23-Sl 'rlers 7 GAINESVILLE
Kuffriders put up a fight before '
succumbing to the defending league Scott Duncan scored all four Rams

champs Sunday, going into halftime touchdowns, on runs of SO, 49, 46, and
tied 1212. 31 yards to key this win. '

In the second half Randall McGee The Steelers score, a 3 yard run by CLASSIFIED* SECTION '

kept for a 50 yard TD run and Milton Tim Lewis was set up by Eric, .,., .

Baker weaved 55 yards on a receptionfrom Nugcnt's three yard run. '. < .
McGee to outdo the Ruffnders Union b ,. "' .
lone second half tally-an II yard pass County / : '( ,

from John Lewis to Doug Jones.In Youth SoccerThe .:-'"11\'JJr{ ,

the first half McGee hit Baker for Union County youth soccer ", .>, > .' "
.' ,
scores of eight and 32 yards for the 'r
team will open its season in the ,
......Innl'rshile Lewis ran for TD's Gainesville YMCA Soccer League r

0 from riders five and 10 yards out for the Kuf Saturday, Oct 13, with a 10:30 a.m. .; Shop The Sun's CIsiI: section ,

. game at the Gainesville YMCA complex : .
SI"lI'kIIllI.I\\(1 II on Highway 121 In Gainesville.The .
Ron Bell scored twice and Allen Union County coed team plays

i Hemlreth picked off two LWCI passes the Flames in the first game of a six every day for great shopping valu s./: /i :'

to lead the Sharks to their first win of game season. ; ..N

the year. Interested boys and girls aged 8-11' '" I' \ 1.. 'f

) Bell took QB Greg can still register at the RMC practice .. .it5''d"r, .;,

llaitle for the.firythark; score: and field.p \Juesday and Thursdays at 4 r .. _"L' '\ .
ran 40 yards in the second half for the'final p.m / .. s. ,a I I." /I Oft/21 ,1ltnu0)1Ibioam.1, nn.. :.....'>
tally of (the game IfaillelhrewtoL. union Socc.r Schcdul )<<

Hudson for a first-half TD that Sat. Oct. 13 versus Flames-10:30: a.m. i '

) gave the Sharks a 12-6 halftime edge. Sat. Oct. 20 versus Panthers10:30a.m. .
LWCl's only score came via a 25 .
Ica lAae
COUFLC : 4O unit
yard pass from Jerome llowell to Ter Sat. Oct.27 versus Braves-10:30a.m.: GENERAL OffICE 14840Paraonabl < -
*. abl*to worn on own, malntanc' and book preerred.
rell Stinson. Fri. Nov. 2 versus Gators-4 p.m. ,' rod typing l ability' to org kaaelno rooulrad. Salary, apt. (
Sat. Nov. 10 versus Rowdies10:30a.m. : 1 ot paperwork, Oil Wvndol, and rantat commli ,lona. Sandraaum Gd13164694._
to 110.1"2116. Sun Draw.
373711. moiling nlllng.
Sunday Oct. 14 games: I.c. ch.r00 .u.r.nl..et or AO'vaa.p1.32402. RfGCTEREDNUflStS, .

Iluffriders-Sharks 1:30: (BUS) Sat. Nov. 17 versus Warriors-10:30: : 90 day ERRAND. PERSON U.sr.w.'u.: : : om fulltlm EARN COlLEGE CREDITS

LWCI-Mac's 3 (BUS) a.m. H Individual do rrnd part Banaral. ."''c. _k. Non-Smok- ..C&laOocradltOIUa, .tip*****
Kitchen'sSonny's'Beetles 3 (LWCI) II.... for r..11"_".'_. Protor ... lend ralumo Box f>'ina. Sun whlla "" nlno your .*MI* In
pormon with tomo knowlodo Orawar A, OalnolvlllOyFI., 3MM. our Critic: Car NUTM intorn-
KIIIIS Golf CourseKen '. In'''.fluid Call Pratflg Proper- -OPENING.AVA'L..LE-' MIp proor.ml co-iponoorod bv
II.*o/ AlachuaCe., Inc..373-1700 Ih. MOO U"D.V..I
Al Ina Arcttor ma.McDonald's.Apply NurY f.aand
STANDING. .. w 304M.5 -L.nh.nSo' Blair, assistant principal at the 'HEAVY DUTYMECHANIC NEEDED .tter a PM.. Coll-to, quo/6.* of Isla o.oO. pro
S Poroart-arn.d.Ilvary.' No Phono Calls PI..ram ..
Keystone Heights High School is requesting contl.tt of cl .work plus
Applvln paron to Plug' Sraw MEDICAL nccePt..NIIsf .
aupOrvlaM critical car* o p rlme >
Cllcli'...!.. ifM for donations of any kind of .. 'i _IS4J W. unlvrltv. Ava. For busy oftlc. Typing skills *. Applicant, Mould call: B.J.
Sherkl for Ganaral mlntananc Mara''.v. DtI! SIC LEtfK!! and plaaftanf,oarftonalltv a must. ......,. N N., :993-45OA, for more
Iwo i.39uNdd.n golf equipment a new physical own tool. Good w...*. Bood Dondabl' Individual' noad.d Sand r........ to: Mr*. Douglas, .Information and applicationouallflcatlon
0.. education golf course to be offered ,f. _.tIt., *oual _'unlty. Call tor busy 'location. M,14O/vr. Call 7I7NW llth PI Suit.A. *.
soon. J7_-3U.' a.k for Dick Job Action 371-2300. F-Tr _. [Opportunity employer

Blair said he would welcome any

Starke Youth type of golf equipment such as golf

balls, bags, or clubs and a receipt for
T977 TNUNDC A BIR' -Fabulou* It/a DODGE VAN
Flag Football lax purposes would be given. ;, condition with avarao mil.., no c"II_. powor staorlng' air, 1913 OlDS TORONADO
The education donPrlc.d MOO undor NADA" 4000 mlla.. ''''00. Call 373-Uia: Pull power. air' lilt .wh...i. crult
!11.12) League new physical course. ., at _'. 37575>. attar a or _.n.... control 9W Call aSa.3611:1.:
which is open to students only Is 172 Ford Pinto. 3 door. 4 ipaadT t7 P6NTTC O" NO P'HIXOlaclar J LVAAdUT 4 uV ill. UA*.
Tuesday. Oct. !II: scheduled to begin Nov. 8 and run '"" air conditioned/ tiooo. Call Frao) Blu*. 301-V* doubl ban Air. power stcarlnobrak.1 .,
; Lewis. 177-OI3 Monday -P11d.yx carburator, utomatlc, air. mall vi Good moo on r.auUrr
l'illrin"-OU'rM" 1 12 through for four weeks. Physical <. .N >:30amtoi:30pm. paad-controi. low mil..... .. 77.00 original' ml Mw ftr.
Ih'I'1I.I'is scored on touchdownruns education teacher Rodney Nelson will ,1: '73 MM IV 1570O. C.II'4 374K71 LEMANt inspection tSOO. 3>:3-45O7

of 2!;i and :20 yards and took in a 25 be teaching.the course. Lincoln' Contlnantal, toadad. 2 door, :3SO. automitlc, 78 GRANADA
yard pass: Irom Hal Wood to lead the The physical education departmentis < d. WOOO. 43-4027.: naw....paint' radial. Baoo. or bas.CYLINOER.4 DOOM. AUTO
.. 4 E"CU"V 1I0llCAT 0" Call 377-0311: after* MATIC. A'''R. U55O. )7(94
I'.ilriols! lo ;a 24-12: w in over the Oilers.Wood expanding its team sports course 4' M 1977 BUICK REGAl Excallant condition' artooad, air. '
;, "gallant) condition air all 72 TOYOTA CElICA 1974 MM FOX
atoarfna and 3
oowor brakav.
notched the other Pat's score offerings Blair said. Some courses _j:"', .pow r. AM/FM .._. oood mil-* door, 43OOOfnllaa. .2_. 3>4-7 U. Complat, ..HCaot motor JOO.. Air conditional, automatic. Vary
on a five lard run following. an inUTiTplion that may possibly be offered in the :: \ ...i U300. 53J3'3; 3294944.... ava 97' AUDI POX 100L' J doorT 377-0703k..plrydn0.: claan ....5 Call 3> -( M77CH6VETTB

h}' Tom Watson. spring are archery, paddle tennis ':'.!i :,' ..c.II....'condition air' crul* mint automatic' condition air. valour radial.:.AM/FM.,.. tuot, 170 PORSCHE ul7a .....<*.' radio h..'.'. front
Alvin Jiiincs put the (htt'rllinlo the horse shoes, and dancing. ,.., control powr trlng g> Inl.ct.a. 4 cvllnaar. it Mr>O. VEOA HATCHBACK. wh..' drlva Dark blue vary
square brake. *27OO :37S-MJ3: U,",'. H740.. 5.......... Can \-'_.m atonomical.BEAUTIFUL. 2'2tS. ::17"H3a,
leaditlt a :i2 >ard! TD run on the ste- :',( ,
fund! |liLly of the game and scored I .' '

later in I he first half on a -40 yard run. Tackle FootballIn t'" ,.! 4 _

Union Co. ,"'.,<'l, .
'nh:1\\k.:1:: Bengal'i! (II i ., ". ,1\

Tun :Nugent: caught: a TD passes Union County has joined with the f t}.'., ,.e r A BARGAIN PRICEAnd on .* TRfcll. .h.naat.... I.trult. aA .

from Allan Hall and! :Hike Ohappell Lake City Recreation Department toprovide J I : tram homa off Hawthorn
; ';' In NW Naar wlnn-OUIc.U4.OOO.
and scored .yard theSvaluiuks
on a run as a tackle football league fo 'floor., rofrloarator. waahar,
pasted: the lU'iijMls 24-tt. boys aged 12-13 without weigh fancad roar yard, draoarla OCM RAL UTATB. Broker
MOV In for tM.MO.Backwlth: 317.3M7 or 3n-1511
1(all w as on the rt''I\'illloll'lId of a 20 restrictions.The floaltv.Inc.. .II NO ''''!W-NW.S''ANISH

yard, TO toss from Oiappvll for the initial game for the Unio- HILLS OF OCAU CONTEMPORARILY EALTOai 'Oatlonadwltn 1774500 room Lara*with a,BR.flroplac,a bam,.Laroa. Many gr:o.-
first Scalum k :score w hile the Hengalsonly County team will be October 15 at 8:3: t' f MODEL HOMCS-. NOWOFCN you In mind. 2 vaar old tra. tar ftchool for only

(ally ianuon a"20 yard run by p.m. at the Columbia High Schoo. .IlartlnaatUl.aoot. 44 (3 >mlln'/ .:W KO: pan loft *B."a upfalr bath*. Idvalv laro*car.BKdowntalr 51,100 3771713. o a. Jay Construction Co.
Jimmy; Wilson.Thursday. stadium in Lake City. Call Ton Fraio):3.ol30 pat throughout, wood bam calt BUS SERVICE'
ONH-f;ICHT TRACTS i Ing Nrol.c.. doubl on
"y ACRE ) warao I* prattv Important nowadays?
Ocl 4.: The Union County team,coached by "_". .43 07 par mo. Saautl.fully cul-d-ac. Mcludadon, l.t MwThis llffl a badroom tram
1 Mark wood.d small .acraao Iv woodad ac,... only $.000. bungalow I* clo*. to Ih. ulna.
Aaron Traver with assistant
Oilrr.* lt-lrnK-iK! 12 tracls. From 1:1: Alvin James scored on TD and :MCCallum, is scheduled to play six to U S. 17 lo son Sormo. to tit TH '! Nfi'S MORE: TO A SI3UAME HOOERREALTYREALTORS
threw for another this season all in Lake City. 16 .'f I <,.' Sassafras 13t: (Rum island Acra Rdt tlfln than to offlc follow.. FOOT THAN THE P*'CII' .. 74Mt
as the Oilers. slipped games Front th*cvramlc til. toy*?. th* .. OINNE" .CE 0..." & GL.ASS
at the Oon to AM Mon-Sat. 414-MM. baauflful fltdton tlrnlac In
by the Hcntial \IM2.! players are practicing now 454ia7.
The first Oiler score came uhen InfC complex on Wednesdays and j I/ r, I .By..-tiwt4BM 33.000. ..arm no S th a.*..Hying In th*room matr*_.' _. all.' I. sKlu ktd, *crand..... "/.100.pool 1-2335acra
.1 bah naar Duckoond of this and moral _.000 '
("hul'kIulllllll: caught a pass from, Thursdays at 5:30: p.m. New players n ys'y, l ..w... nawlv rannodaiad kltcnon laro araa las* ion flulldar, Inc. 37T-llaa.Doua-" :tat By OWNER. JDOO!sacs.Palm, a' Vlw J'bath E!*,''
Chad :Mullins after it w as tipped up by: (; will be accented through October 18. 4 '';&'" fancad faaa. 'Infturanca.yard. ulO'mo. Includa fALE or "."' N.wOarry. 30 targa family :::;.wt bar
M on asWmH110 mln. front 1 roanhitch ., w.i
JF. .
B" 1'h bathT fully ,
; ,
Bengal! David Williams and ran :.t k., a fnort aoo. taianca t7too.. : cant / *"'r..j< '. landcaoad cornr tot 'Men" .\
*71N 7th h.xU99i.4pacb
yards for a score James then scored '._ i4 ;' 'I '. : Av $ 4*> 1I.J .! : -5-..tra* M4.000. By appt. 3>.4l9DIMING

after throwing! :2.t!; yards lo Kichie More Pup !II t'urnrr', a.. c ... .,it'';. ;: ; .
O'Steen to get the ball; to the three
Table A 4 chair*. Tablajran.
James and O'Steen combined for a :ll\ i from paKc.tKt z ': I BEDS& BEDS a. whit,> chair gr.*it
King lit* 1.2tI 1 vinyl. tap. Aftar n am. :377-WnbflBSSEai.
yard pass and run play for the final 1f Quaan!.. tlO drawar* tss cam
Oiler score.Williams. Jr. :Midgets Full-ll/ *rTwin palon ch..f 4S. child''* cn..l B

run 40... yards and hooked, Middfeburg: 42: Union 0 .v c.u,:,, wO tie.5'FRtce.EOOiNO* Mal, I.r wardrob'..3O 37 4f..4317.dropltaf laBla.mapl ..
f 147*M. M.ln.'
up with Robert Taylor for a 25; yard Undefeated 'Mid- S-Mart P8U ( fc .msARa.i.f dlnatt' *mtM chalra 130
for the loser's league-leading MusT...I4. "r'c371101.." ,,,._ wood br...'." nook .,.. Low
pas play scares dleburg crunched the winless Inion a* music cablnatMS Mat MO.Tan'ranua.top.">S.WE .
; Coda"c's i. Pair, of OldSLOE aactlonal' tl75.cht. o? BUV iCLL.
SeallaNk.7I'atriuto Jr. Midgets 42-0 Saturday in :Mid- 'S matching rira .'ld, chalrt $100.M4wN., *..3S. "*../r.otIo cn. "........**HOUM Fwrnltur ShoBDiSUNWtthAv *- I
Trlood t4bl UO Oak *l*fJ0 C tl 3"9'9 I at tar 6" m. .
The unbeaten Seahau.k. couldn'tscore prmrn back Mon-at.-
.. dleburg. lacks. Call 57 .MiOOUNOOAK ,-R'NG..CICT..W.IE." '
In the first half but a 10 yard dot a lot can be said when you get i I. 'HOME dER RAM. ..,

pass from :Mike Chappell '0.,Jason .' beaU2,, to zip but we were proud of ourboys { '. J.' rr''ll k 5300 Call or U7 J71-3073 monthly. SEMRVERUSlO In1ldHV ,
Muggins and one point conversionbv trot(, because they didn't quit.'said ". ': .UT ... .
3Ok36. with Chairs. .. I
.7'\ awlstars. '
Chappell was enough to edge Bengal Coach Calvin Pace. :Mid- Fl .5seO BACK. CHAIRS pOxNi1 OC Oath. E wmta U' s16.00' 573 call. .nor ass'labia:00 am SIC.:
PatrlotiT-O. j.thetf' dleburg threw the ball 90 percent of CHINA$ CASINBTS. TV. "O )12.7912. ;1871. t

Defense set up the game'/ < the time even when they were way ] .,. .Mlc.nooyWl ANTlQUIII._ 4 a-10l 1. )
score an Seahawk Ttmmy Adams I ahead. We prepared for the run and 1, ," ,'\ 1
tercepted' a before the score. "
pass died by the pass. .
Allen Jones led the Union club of. -. Need more information? .

13-16 League '' fenh ely with 21 yards on 12 carries I !
while Pace praised the defensive ., Interested in placing a classified?

Hawks 39. Firebird 22 work of Jones Joey Harden and )
Chuck Johnson scored on runs of 49 Cedric Box along with Timmy Callsn.I"T 1-372-4222 ;

and nine yards, threw for scorn of 43 Jackson, who got an Interception.\ ... .

,. . .. .. .

; ;: ::, = :: ___ ,.asGi.4A L"'___ w..:;_ I _. .-..." ....." '*. ..,, ..,,'. .,. ,. .. "" .. ...
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October IL. IS-Tt ....18 :


fOR cooKlrv A JOB? FOR SALE ': i



One of Singer's finest g,

.. ..- --. model DOM oil slllche
I .
without attachment t

r ... Make. buttonhole. Wind

I Unlanla ntyW.nt Rd. 1 hem. monogram, tretch f Ii u .j

CARS aTRUCKS HOMES WANTEDGOOD HELP FOR SALE $589.90.sowing. etc.Balance Sold new$IS7.10or ewer f I

FOR SALE $13 monthly./ Will take
FOR SALE port paymont. -
mobile home. If'gCl9.. lilt 1599.", solo $319.99. t
1973 FORD COURIER AC F09t ALI BY OWNERi Dou- AMBITIOUS COUPLE w_ Coll credit manager ;.
t*9/4 paid OLIN'SMOBILE 8x12 list $399.93. sole
or more
SERVICESCUSTOM MANES INSURANCE AGENCY good condition. AM/FM. 8 bl. Wide Mobile Home collect Gainesville.
NICE HOME on well land- : HOME SALES ting to earn extra Income $2"'.". Phone I77R.3227Jax. \
160 S. lake Ave.. lake. scoped acre fat. Located track C,. roll bar sliding 24.6S on BOO1 adjoining SR 96<4-5606. Open 7 day part-ttme, from homo. 374-4467 10/4 tfnchg.MASON .

MADEDRAPIIIIIFree Butler. 496-3978. Complete near center of town, Many glass window white spoke 161. 127500. Phone weekly. Phone....8719. tI'l1 4tchq TFchgPENCINGI
Insurance $.rvk.. TFN hado wheel, $1850. Phone %+1.1691. 10/4 2tpd 10/11. TFchg MIDDil ACED MAID wonted.. AH kinds hog SHOESi Over 300
pecan trees. Deep WANTED
Mobile home .
estimate. local' tVERVpNE IS INSURABLEiImmediate well and city water and 964-680). 9/27 3tpd 10/11 POUR BEDROOM frame lee and tire*. Will a for motel work. Must bo wire, welded wire, barbwire styles for man and women.
distributor 'for SEVERAL CARSl 1969 pick up. reliable. Phone wood, chain link: Superior quality supreme
completely coverage 10_. Three IR. 2 bath homo, large kitchen pro. OLIN'S MOBILE HOME
waihablo phone. JOE USHERAGENCY496.2)36 DODGE 6 cylinder, AT. 964-71B4.ltchg 10/11 free oitlmate. MANNING' comfort. Authorised
nationally 2-car hardwoodoak and title Insurance.
garage party SALES 5606. 7 I
advertised Gardsetto or floor $250. 1970 DODGE Open FULL OK PART-TIME couple/ FENCR CO., 473-4833. deal. Phone 964-5693. :J 1 I
Eat-In kitchen Vt mil. South on US 100. day a week. TFchg t
Draperies. SAW Ent.r. 496-2903.TFN Cedar closet. CHARGER mag wheel and Individual for Keystone. TFchg 9/204tcng10/1l.
CH/A, family Appro I acre lot. Phone CASH FOR COINS Gold
prise*. Ed or lama room and screened porch. run good, $399. 1969 468-9418. 10/11 liver, sterling dental business of your own. ROUND BALES OP HAY. 16" PUSH MOWERt Reel.

Stephens. 496-2219. 3/t Adjacent acre available. FIREBIRD now" motor 3tchg gold. GF Local' Amway distributor Froth cut. $13 each BO typo, Craftsman, $20. I
10/2S jewelry
TFNlCLARKES. FOR SALE W. S. River. 496-2241 or transmission! $999. 1973 1974 MOBILE HOMIt 12x72. frames scrap, etc J.R. Bull-optical train you for splendid opportunity. Wood Brooder.$10 each, Phone 964-B332. ,Itpd 10/11

SAW SHOP Com. 4963841. TFchg FORD PICKUP AT AC. Inglon 9644390 after 9.30 Phone 964-84), one or all. Phone 72-3140. HIDING, LAWN MOWERS 1
plate sharpening servke SPINET-CONSOLE PIANO for. .'. $1,299. Phone CH/A, refrigerator and /10/11 2tchg 10/18 TFchg Montgomery Word 7 hp '!
hand circular THRU BEDROOM 3 bath 468-2099. Itpd 10/11 stove,.three bedroom I K p.m. LADY NEEDED to drive light :
mower tale. Wanted Bed and chest needs some work. $150. j'
: Responsible of MOVING. Household Item, 1.
blades, chain saws Leave home art r." acres. Home I9S3 FORD 6 cylinder.straight both Nothing down takeover duty truck help 'In small
Phone 94.9)04. .10/11
to toke Spinet drawer Got burned 1
party over out. 50 year occummulotlon. i
Seller will business. Will train for
at Crew Building as approximately 1,400*q.ft. transmission new payment
Supply Piano Easy terms Can be Phone 9646383. 10/11 2tchg '018GARAGE 1
llpd Doll, feather bed porch .
CH/A. Home Phone closing Phone secretarial and outdoor '
Lake Butler.' 7/3 TFN. ? carpet. paint |lob.. $500. pay
locally. Write CreditMonog.r WANTED TO BUY 9-10 HP SALES fomillo.
SEPTIC TANK AND GREASE less than 7 years old with seen : 96<4.8603. Itpd 10/11 1-303-349-5218. 10/11 work. Must enjoy( travel swing wheel bike,
P.O. Box 207, used outboard motor.Must Flower, ceramic, kitchen ,
heavy wheel borrow,
TRAP cleonout. Trailer many nice features. Call 1967 FORD"CKU..3ton., 3tchg 10/25 ing. Living accommodation duty .
roof and metal roof cool MAINES REAL ESTATE Carlyle IL 62231. 9243rchg runs but needs starter and NEW CUSTOM BUILT HOUSE be In good shape. Phone / If desired Phone !hundred of cloy flowerpots Items, bumper pool table, '
10/11. 96 4132.. /
< 10/11
sealed. Day or night' ser Realtor. 4%-3971. 2TCHG minor tun.-up. $200 cash on 4 1/4 ocr.*. Energy .HI.) Itpd 7823991. 10/11 3tpdlO/2S nursery and orchid clotho, many items 314

.. Reasonable. Joe For 10/4 10/11. BIO GARAGE EMIt Saturday In Strawberry Acres, clent. Extra large living CETA POSITIONS Laundry supplies, driftwood, dried N. Wotor St.. Slack. Itchg

yth, 4311022. All THRIIIID.OOMs I 1/2 bath' Oct 13 only Antiques. lawtey. Phone 96<4.8005. room with fireplace, two LOSTFOUNDFOUNDl I deliveryperson, applicant arrangement material. 203 10/11 I

bu.I".appreclatod.331TFN brick homo In city an large small appliances, cloth., Itehg 10/11 large BR, wall to wall mutt have chauffeurs Christian St. Thur, Frl.. TIllERi 6 HP. like now, used I
shaded/ lot. Has many nice toys. Sale on Irook.r Road 1976 MUSTANOi 4 speed. Include license and be 18 years of Sat. "Itpd 10/11 twice, Phone 964-8943. j! t

HARVEY'S LAND! DEVELOPMENTiLand extras. (ISA) from Worthlngton. extra clean $2,990 carpet. Located new appliance Block and tan age CLERK TYPIST II, applicant GARAGE SAlli New and used llpd 10/11 I 1 I I II

clearing and YARD SALES Saturday. Oct Follow the sign. ADAMS AUTO SALES read.* Coll on county hound. Phone 473-4439. must have some clothe, shoes, dlhe. UTILITY BUILDINOi 816 foe> \t

bulldozing work. By houror 13. 10 a.m. 7 p.m. Shoes, 10/11 ITCHG.MOBILI Keystone, 473-4470. Itchg 782-3147. Itpd 10/11 own.r. 10/114tpd 11> clerical' experience, other Item. Frl.. Sot. Sun. lory finished Interior. $6)0. i
contract. Roads built clothe.. furniture, HOME 1969 12 x 60 lOIn POLICE OFFICERS: 2 open. Behind Pine Hut In Starko. Phone 964-6968 alter $ f
fish ponds dug and household Items, odds 'n Trlffa. 2 Bedrooms, partially 1977 CHIVY short den. FOR RENTPALMS Ings, applicant must bo 18 l Itpd/ 10/11 p.m. Itchg 10/11 "

culvert Installed. Contact undo 225 N.E. 1st Av. LB. I furnished. $3.300. Call whoelbase. AC. AT. PS.PB. double car garage, CH/A, roo.of age 12th grade GARAGE SAlli Friday, Sat.. YARD SALE Furniture, I Iclothos.
$ 10/11 Wayne Smith 431.1146.Harvey $3,499. ADAMS AUTO on 4 acre 3 mile from education police standard .
Superior Cleaner. ITCHG. APARTMSNTSi Furnlshed Sun. shirts, 2 stoves otc. Saturday Oct. i!

239-2078. Aft.r 6 p.m., call ._-----,_._-"-.... Al.M.___ .._. I SALES Keystone, center of town, on 227. efficiencies and 1 preferred. Applicants sewing supplies, dishes 13. 9 a.m. to S p.m. Phone '
i .inZZZZT'EftU 473-4470. 10/11 High and dry. $...000.
MBiiiin.i. Itchg applying for the
.96-3657.225 N.E. Ill Avo..
BR opts., weekly or mon pot, hanging I'
I I 1976 VOIARI: 6 cylinder Owner will carry mortgage above positions must meet pan
Keyston Rrca Ada thly. NEW FURNISHED basket lake Butler. llchg 10/11
: tree,
... __ AC AT. low mileage. ot 10% % with $4500 the following guidelines: CANCELLED LAYAWAY I
-- --
$3,893. ADAMS AUTO down. S333'per> mOf'lth.Shawn monthly only Must be a Bradford County clothe, furniture, t-shlrt
10/11. FOR RENT Trencher, compactor SEWING MACHINE 2313 N. T.mpStork./ .. and more t-shlrt. Wilson Singer Athona 2000 elect '
SALES Keystone resident be
'DOZIRR Phone must
01 DRAGLINE work. by app
cement "SINGER PUTURA"One 4734470. 10/11 TFchg be Rd. off Hwy 230 West. Ironic towing machine I
unemployed must
All kinds 964-7324.: Itpd 10/11.
washer, lawnmow.rs THREE BEDROOM TRAILER
of Singer's finest ) Tho bat model Singer
Phone 9647813. 10/11
1979 DATSUN King Cab. AC economically dlsodvontogad. Itpd
drainage, clearing fishpond
or tillers, other $129 month. Phone
model Doe all stitches mako Nood someone to ;
work don. by contract oarden, and still In warranty SaveSI Application will betaken PEACE Pink-eyes. U-plck or .,
auto construction 960'.6112.20
without attachments. ADAMS AUTO Phone 964-65J8. take over payments $17
or by the hour. Free .000. through October 17. we pick.
On. BR
.."ma'.". Dwlght TALS. Hwy 31' North Moke. buttonhole, blind SALES Keystone, PERSONALSERVICES AC Contact Fla. State Employment Itchg 10/11 per month or pay balanceof
pool. TV ,
Williams 496-2968 alter 7 4732995. TFchg hems monogram stretch 473-4470. Itchg 10/11 utilities apartments Included. Service 209 W. Call HAY. Bohlo or Allsla. continually $467. Original price !;

p.m.23 TFN. FOR SALEs DEER SPRINGS! sewing, etc. Sold new over 1977 CAPRICE CLASSIC 4 furnished. ,Totally. Street (old courthouse), cutting for field or $990 Will take Irodo. ;

Two BR 2 baths, carport $989.90. Balance $197.10 door, 2 tone AC, '5, PB, rate*. TEMPLE Weekly MOTEL monthly Starka. Phone 964-8092. bam sole From 79 per '964-8912,10/42tchg 4

DO YOU FORGET relative only 1990 down. Phone Bob or $13 monthly Will take AM/FM stereo, Immaculate BILL'S SAW SHOP Complete 880 N. Temple Ave., Itchg 10/11. bole up. according la 10/1 I. i

and friends on birthday Harris 964.9333 or elder machine as Part pay. condition. Phone sharpening service, circular Stork. Phone 96<4.7357. THE SIGNAL OIL CO. will betaking quality lorry LaFollett. mi WICKER Have a wkker {

and anniversaries let m. 473-.3133. 10/4 3tchg ment. Call credit manager 964-5713. Itchg 10/11 hand carbide, 9/20 TFchg. application for at'tendants Starke. 96<4.6273. TFchg.SKI homo show and earn credit ,

help by addressing and 10/18.) collect, Gainesville 1976 CHEW LUV truck: with chain, mower blade hollow MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE and managers on BOAT 16 ft. fiberglass for free gifts Prizes for >> '

mailing cards to them for,, FOR RENT Mobile home, 376-4467 (10/. tfnchcj topper 38,000 miles AT, ground and balanced. HOME PARK mobile home Oct. 12 from 10 a.m. til 2 73 boat.74 Mercury 65 HP4ngine you and your guot Great I

you. Will also do Christmas furnished 2 BR 2 baths, VISIT THE BARN"- Hwy. 21 AC excellent gas mileage Leave at Jackson"' Building and spaces for rent Phone p.m. at the Starke station, gotor-tllt. trailer, Christmas Ideas. For Infor. :
cards. Call 496-2328 ((4 cyl), one. cond. $3.400 301 and 16. Itpd
for in- Central heat Starke motion call Olga White, f
AC utility North next to Spring Lake 0/. Supply or Keystone 468-3913. TFchg 1500. Call 964-9764 day
firm. Phone 7823489. '
WILL formation. 10.tpet 10/2) building with Grocery. Antiques used H'.. TFchgALCOHOLICS TWO BEDROOM MOBILE or 431-1440 after 8:00 p.m. 94-5504. ..102.ch, '!
home 'washer/dryer hook-up furniture and collectobles. 1971 VEGAS heat and AC. ANONY HOMEl C/A go heal. lit TFpd 10/11.
anytim.day or night $20 a largo lot uncrowded. MOW! and last month GOOD USID KINMOM Go.
week Open 7 days a week. 4tchg AM radio regular plus FOR SALE GAS HEATERi Evan, just
hour gas
per scenic view. $169/mo.first Phone 964-9148 or 964-6982. Adults Stove
Phone Linda at 496-2328. 10/4-39 good transportation $600. deposit. only, no like new, for mobile home. 36 In. Call 964-5617. .
10/. 4tpd 102)FOR and last. Security deposit." EXPERIENCED MOTHERwIII Phone 964-8284. 10/11 TFchg pets. Phone 783-3419 for Phone 964-7429. TFchg. 10/l2tchg 10/11. \
Option to buy. Phone babysit In your homo. All 2tod 10/18. REMODELING, BUILDING appt. 10/4 3tpd 10/11 KLUTTZ BROS. PIANOs FREE gallon of antl-freeie i

473-3563, Itpd 10/11. ag... Monday through Friday REPAIRS New kitchens, THREE BEDROOM HOUSES 6 TWO POODLE PUPPIES 6 upright very good condi for your old car battery. Br. '

RENT CASH FOR OOLDt Sterling References 4733032. both, family rooms Brick acres of land fully furnish week old. Phone lion $500. Phone 782.3415 ing to Western Auto at
block concrete Fireplacespeciolists. ed. $339 month. Phone
Jewelry diamond., coins, Itpd 10/11 OPPORTUNITIESHAVI Grltflt Con after 933-2893. Itpd 10/11 after 6 p.m. ''O2.pd Midway Shopping Cantor \
964-8683. 7:30
dental gold. Will visit your FOR RENTtNew house on p.m. MOVING Have to Sells Go 10/11. between Keystone and
MOBILE HOMEi2 BR., furnished A HIGHLY PROFITABll struction. Phone 473-2108 10/ 2tchg 10/11. '
on lorgo lot. Coil home anywhere. Mr. Rltl- Lak. Genova, 300 foot and beautiful jean or 473-2978. TJFchg TWO ROOM EFFICIENCY Whirlpool dryer, heavy duty CHAIN LINK FENCE Melrose 473-2419. 10/4

496-3798 after 5 p.m. 9/13 man. 479-1089.2/1 tfnchg. lakefront 2 II. A/C shop of own. Featuringthe THE MOWER CLINIC. Small f room efficiency and also Ilk. new, $1)0. Phone material.; Do It yourselfand 4tchg IO/2S.
your ;
TFN. LAKE LOTS FOR SALEl mature couple preferred latest In (leans, denims engine and all type of sleeping room Weekly. or 964-7620. Itpd 10/11 save. Installation 13 ACRI FARMS with house l'

MOBILE HOME 8 x 36 f_,. Kaystone Height. unfurnished, $250 mon and sportswear. S15.5OO Includes lawn mower repaired Including monthly. Come to Under. POOL TABLE and six sticks. available, Free ,,'Ima'... troller on land. Ton pecan

AC 100 x 120 loot 'lot. Call Beautifully wooded lots on thl,. Call Jax 786-6044. beginning Inventory reborlng. Work wood Motel 3% mil.* Good condition. Stick HandyMan Fence Co. trees Phone '''.8071.

496-2458 after 6 p.m. 10/11 clear sand bottom lake. 3tpd 10/11-29 fixtures, training. You may done reasonably Henry North of Starko on US 301. Rack. $129. Phone '964-8559, TFchgWATSON'S .. 10/4 TFchg.

ITCHG. Good term or discount for LOSIIO Ib*. In 10 days The I I hove your store open In a* Browder 964-9760. 6/21 TFchg. 9648603. Itpd 10/11 HOUse OP USED TVS: Very .

MOBILE HOME 8'x36' AC. cash. 1 to 9 acres with nice fastest, latest weight' las little, a* 15 days. Call anytime tfchg. MODERN FURNISHED AFTl 1 PICKUP CAMPER TOP for 8 VACUUMS Many brand reasonable.' Phone c

100 x 120 lot. Call after 6 trees overlooking 'lake prograM In the world. for Mr leather ((404)) BIRCH' IPM Pest Control' bedroom wall to wall foot bed. YAMAHA 129 of new vacuum Used 964.8213. 10/4 2tpd 10/11 i

p.m. 496-24)8. Itchg from $3,900 $900, Peter Lupus, star of Mission 353.8866. Itpd 10/11 Services of ".. The MarchIs carpet AC ample private motorcycle, like new Ben machines available. Ports SOPHOMORE ClASS

10/11. down.$50 month.Commercial Impossible Founder On To Rid Your Homo of paved parking In rear, 34 Franklin fireplace. Phone and accessories for all SIDEWALK SALE Old Coor-

lot on SR-21 North I Iavollobl. and President. HOMESFOR Nuisance ...".. Call hr. security lighting. 96<4.170..10111 TFchg vacuum .", toma. 404 NW thouio Square Court St..

.. Owner- Distributor: Carolyn 964-9934. 6/21 TFN Modern electric: kitchen. GARAGE SALE Friday and 10th Avo.. Gainesville, Saturday. 9:30: to 4 p.m. 1
I SEWING' MACHINES Phone 96<4.839" after 5 Saturday 10/12. 10/13. 8 Clothe, household lI.mt.
Salesman. 473-4379. 2/22 Hugh.., 473-3498; Lovle SALE phone 370-7110. TFchg ,:
REPAIREDl All makes p.m. No children or pet, a.m. to 5 ....en. Rd. furniture miscellaneous I
We tfnchg. 479-3108 p.m IAHIA HAY. Arkgentlna/ ,
Private Brumbaugh !
cleaned oiled and adlu.d. NOT A
MOTEL. 10/4 3tchg
10/11. I
and 10th St. Front of Itcfig t
S HOMCSt highly fertlllied. Phone
ACRES on 314 near Carolyn Johnson I MOBIll Why pay $10. Work'guaran'.d. 10/11. J
Timber Keystone Heights $300 473-4793. Itchg 10/1 mar.? Buy direct from lotlory. James THREE MOBILE HOMES on Plnebreeie Subdivision 96<4-071. TFchg. SUITE I f

down 95.03 per month. FOR SALE Fla. vs Alobama Large selection of 24, Strickland' corner Morgan Grlffl loop. No *. Furniture, clothes, BRIC-A-BRAC SHOP Just Mediterranean 'largo 3 ,

Call 4732261Jlfter Phone 473-4098 or tickets. $15. Call after 6 112 wldes. COMMUNITY Rd. and Hwy 16. TFchg Deposit required. Phone pot odds/ends. Follow signs. opening. Hwy 21 North of piece_ oleo coffee <

473-4367 after 6 p.m. 3/39 p.m. 4734398. Itchg 10/1 MOBILE HOMES SALES. US SUBCONTRACTOR DESIRES 964-8816. Itpd 10/11 Itpd 1011FURNISHINGS Keystone HI*. Ceramics, table $2)0 or bat offer.

6] fL_ 12/27 pd. OARAGE SALE 2 bolg.plo.tlc 301 North. Open 9 to dusk. framing and trim work. FURNISHED HOME plaques, doll, Indian Phone 964-9)89. lane '
WORK WANTEDi House with 1 to 6 Sunday. Phone Can supply local (unfurnished If needed). Jewelry, other Item Stchg .
repairs, roof repair, barn one 964-8741. TFchg reference Reliable. Paul't Exceptionally clean well Wood desk with file Phone 473-7042. 7/26 SEVERAL ITEMS boys and
vibrator tool Fri
Help Wanted built/ painting room additions : ) FOUR BEDROOM two both Framing ,.O. Box 983. maintained. Two BR. I drawer and chair like TFcho girl clothe, caiiette )
Sat. Oct. 12 and 13 Club i 1
screen porch., ..tc.no home, walking distance to Stark. Phone 964-8013. bath OR IR, kitchen nice new $100. White console FARMAU SUPER A tractor: player old m..ual''I'
Applications Are Now Estates. 4734877. 1 Itpd 10/11. with new set of disc. rollIng typewriter for
job too small Mike'* school Broadway Street 9/204tchg porch and yard. $199 sewing machine with allo"ochm.nt. i
Taken For Times small repairs, 10/11 Only $1100 down OFFICI MACHINE REPAIR! month. Phone 964-6969. *, $129. 91/42 cultivator, $2250.Phone do 70 bike for part 1805 :s i
Being FOUND Sat. p.m.. mole Phone 964-6903. Starko Ralford Rd.
473-3997-day. or 473-2803- payment under Coll up to 10 p.m. Itchg landscape pointing $79 964.59311chg I
puppy, Lab/greyhound, pickup and delivery, 9/20 TWO BEDROOM mobile 104.A 964-8284. 10/11 3lpd j
,Union Paper Rt. Call after S p.m. tfnchg 8/23 S290/month. Phone Bob Oblong antique Ida table,
black with collar no tag. 11/$. total
8'pet homo, electric on 10/18. \1'j
MOVING SALE Sofa and Harris. 964-5533 or473.3133.965tchg $60. Wh.el.r-Jami.an antique
964-5166 Mon FrI. Lake Geneva area BRADFORD SEPTIC' TANK Griff Loop $100 month. Real. Energy Severs Time t
matching choir, worn but 10/11 reproduction of1800's
4732111. tfnchg 10/11 SERVICE Bradford reslden- Phone 964-8393. Itchg Clack for Hot Water
your for Solo. leaser rent 22
comfortable/ $79. THREE bath bedroom 3 .
Working BEDROOM. 1'4 suite, I'
DEADLINE for classified. tlal ,. $.45. Commercial THREE BEDROOM house, .
9 am 5 pm pump-outs on heater $21 JO. Reg. $34.00. mobile home on 30 acre f
air candltlon.r.SIOO. brick home (chest dresser and
20,000ITU utility/car. pieces ,
advertising' 'In Monitor, I.I and Industrial. Fully Bayless' Highway. Phone Durrance Pump and Supply of lend Mao end Itont. r'':
473-4313. Itpd 1011YA.D port near Slarke Country double bed with mattress
Tuesday at noon prior to licensed. Phone 964-9161. Itchg 10/11. 864 N. Temple Ave.,Stork. ''
Must Hive D0enc'.t>/. SALE Saturday Oct.W the Thursday Issue the ad Club. W.llkep'1 lawn. Ideal 964-8121. TFchg FURNISHED APARTMENT and springs), light brown 9647061. 1TFR 10/11 Highway 1* and SIS.formoffy
J.B.White Mobile
Jrnporttlon And Mull Baby Item, clothe, I I. to appear. Change In for young couple or NURSES AIDE will car. for POI RENT $110 month mahogany excellent condlllon -
book misc. Box 199, retirees. Immaculate, $1,200. Phone J. H. Homo Park Itpd/ 10/11.
toy classifieds/ should also be elderly person In their first and lost Phone K
Poll Cash Bond. Immokalee Road. Itpd mode prior to the noon almost 'now. $30,000 home. Daytime work. 964-7931. '0/. 3tchg Mlneslnger 96<4.7'7. Itpd
10/11 Phone 964.97)6 or Phone'''.5617. 10/ 2tchg UNFURNISHED NEW HOUSe 10/11 :

GARAGE SALE Baby fur. deadline. 96<4.7050. Marvin Brown. 10/11. on Lake Geneva. 300 ft. HUNTER'S SPECIAL Want to Rent Monte ,.

LIIIIII I nlturo, household Item. FOR SALE White 30"Magic TFchg PROFESSIONAL. PAINTINGand lake front Two BR. AC. HMEROCKi 20 yd. semi reasonable, for I year with.

I PANELINGCENTER I Irosh compactor clothe, .. Chef electric ..0.... Used 6 FOR SALI BY OWNERt 2 paperhanglng. All mature couplo. 'loads only. ALLEN E. 40 Channel Hy-gsM" CBRsdlo ...ton to buy within 1$ '

I Friday and Saturday. Oct. month $119., Call kind of/ home repair $390/month. Phone Jail TAYLOR Lawtey. Phone mounting bracket mile of ..".14. Reply w
bath house
I Bdrm 1 stucco
13 and 13 9 a.m 9 p.m. 473-4868. 2tpd 10/lt-10/lf remodeled done. Written guarantee, 7866044. 10/4 3tpd 10/18. 7823172. TFchq and mtk* clip Included like Drawer A. ......., '10.
totally carpet
I I King St. and SR-100 Itchg GOOD GAS MILEAGE 1974 central heat and good reference. Flnancf New. S90Ct not,. Itpd 10/11.
laundry .
gas .
If desired. Worko"wh.r.
'10/11 Dodge Colt GT. Recently Ing WANTED Steve Thorn.
Paneling Molding room. $18.900. 510 St. Clair
I ., Call
rebuilt engine; Newbrakes. 964-9944 or 264-7441. Itpd Experienced cocktail SPRAYPAINTERS 984-7388 After e ".M.
I Kitchen Cabinets 473-3809 10/4 I I
$500 cash firm. .10/11. 110:1': waitresses. Call
10/11. *v. :
Counter Tope Stereos 479-S084. tfftcha IS/11 904-7143 Ext. 17 for I il I

VaMissFREE I SPARTAN TRAVEL TRAILER Interview, Fri & Sat. !Wall Cr'UHnJ!
I Phono Needles ,37-1001, twin bed, licensed Broker Licensee''Salesperson. between I' Minlmum ._ year metal KEYJONECLUB **e ,

I Records Tapes carpeted, A/C. full .bosh 10 A.M. & 2 P.M. sproy painting' roojufroa.Immediate 2" Thru 6WFast l:;i
CAN YOU scum i
excellent eOltClI"_. Hitch opening
ESTIMATESIYABcus"IOHmso I ,Serta Mattresses ....11...... Cell 473-3916. Your own full-Nme Franchise In Real' Estate right In this longterm Itockla,. Excellent Rotary \i

i Itchg 10/11 area. And NO franchise; charge. National .::ompany, benefit. Apply ESTATESNEW Drilling Equipment !

I Case KnivesDakar's PORCH SALE Kelley1 lake established In '1900, l largest In It*field. All advertising,all I LOOK.11 I Monti." thru Thursday STATE LICENSED #".

I I Place, $.. '. Dog weed signs, farms, supplies furnished. Professional Training AUCTIONEvery 1100 JiOO P.M. or By App.intment. .....................1\\

D &.ene. MoI_. Ootltee.. and 'Instruction given for rapid development from Startto HOMESAS

40 s. Thompson StOM ,,rI ..- plant; shoes, purse.. I 'ucc.$$. Nationwide advertising bring Buyer fromEverywhere. Toe., 7:30 AEROCORPORATION LOW AS ,... !!!!!!.... 1.
I 1' (.... .... Oct. 12
inc. W. could' be coiled
Can ? hove Initiative,
I Co Cote) Plant fl from 9......-<,.....,Setvrdey you qualify Yaw mutt New & UsedSalesPartsService, i!
excellent character bendable) / financial Wholesaler'
I 964-7923 t e.m. I ,..., Sunday ( sales ability,
9,64-8711 ly responsible./ Commission-volume opportunity for man, Lawtey Fla.' I $225 '
11 n P Can St. I s.jn. I p.m. Itch, lake CIty Airportlake I
iiiIIII.-. > IS/11 woman couplo- or team That Can Sell. Information on 301 : CHy.....

-.... without obligation. E-Z Terms J
Auction..rsCol. ((904)792-7911) pot Meath tetel.pail.Atsrminimum .....................
SPECIAL MARY KAY Earl' Kerr I An Equal Opportunity

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Chemical Cleaning Can Usually Save VOM Front An SERVICE POLES 1ffl? ffi .etu.e.et..ee.eteee :

Expensive Paint Job And M4 Year T. Yew UlstlngPaint. TV Repair .. .c 'f'"

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Now I la The Time To Save Oil and' Gas This

SPECIAL a, AH M kes Prompt Reasonable Service. Winter By Cleaning And Checking Your HOMES COMPANY i'
AMP Bring In Your Set a Save Hooters And Furnaces ado N. Tempi Ave. 'fI j

ANY SIZE HOME PRESSURE CLEANED $34.88 :1.1. Dlr dl.smTak.
call 5R 21 Sell? to Stark Fife.
ANY SIZE MOBILE HOME FOR $24.88 Advanced Electronics: Inc.: 904-6962 Or 782.3328 1- Seed to 00If ., ,
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Yellow ,Jackets Sting Bradford 25-14 ... ,,"-

A'Net Decision "
backpediHng.: stopping
The underdog Tornadoes of BHS Just one yard on two ..,.... On fourth.
lashed their senior tailback duo of and from UM
ware- sT goaltailback eight BHS tried a
John Bennett and Edward Hamilton
I.Mown w from Hamilton
past but
at St. Augustine with repeated tam ..a* a..rr, oars HM
Yellow Jackets had the
S ......-. w play covered
CCM last Friday night but the host ..... e..l..air t-M-I and what might have been Bradford's
YeUow Jackets won the war of big .... anal last chance for victory was bat.
plays to avert an upset with a 39-14 e..hL.N,, ado With 6:55 to Kevin
hometown win. .. r-.1.. r.rdd..roio : go Reddish pick*
ed off a Collins pass at the SA Stand
Bennett and Hamilton, spotlighted ss .,-!. brought it to the 15. Again, Bradford
because of the work of a hard- ..._- tenors let the opportunity
slip as
away aa op
offensive shredded the
charging line
tint toss to Hamilton bounced
St. Augustine defense for a combined --c---) away
-r N.-sett-. Yellow Jacket Roger GAd-
324 yards and two touchdowns on S3 I-uw I d. .r e..a r.Mara..1 mina .
carries from the dot in the ...-(rw....4craw.
Tornadoes l K..eo-....., St. Augustine chewed up over three
I-formatlon. But. with the
_A rd,.....c-...., minutes before running out of down
not able to complete any of 13 passes at the Tornado 23. i
and with SL Augustine making the big Hamilton then ousted his 77
playoff contender will make,
plays when a clipping penalty erased the TD run on tint down-rounding the
the 9-1 'Jackets won out in the well-
batUe. score: putting the Mil at the Tornado left corner and streaking through the
played with n. 231 pound tackle Allen Scott batted 'Jacket secondary as tight end Eric
Anthony Smiley came up a
Carroll leveled the last SA defender.
down a pass and stopped Mason at the
of the
goodly portion "big plays" on
and With 2:01 to and BUS i
scrimmage line Kevin Reddish go trailing now
hand In the
the having a big
and Mark Crews halted Collins behind by 25-14 the Tornadoes tried an on-
first three SL scores.
Augustine the line on a rollout to make the clip sides kick... and It worked. The ball
is ma-
8-1,163 pounder protected
caromed off a SA frontliner and Ben-
hurt UM winners.On .
but for he doesa
jor college safety now
nett covered it at midfield. Now
Bradford's first offensive the
httle of St.
everything Augustine
possession Goodge started a night of two scoring chances Bradford had let
frustration by throwing Into Smlley'shands slip away J looked big. '. '.- -" "" .-
His interception of a Bill Goodge ..
on a third and 14 pass. The SA BHS went to the air searching: for a (
pass and 27 of yard the return three set up yard the safety took the ball to the BHS 16. setting quick score but as It had all night the Bradford sophomore Lorraine.. Bass, right beats a The Lady Tornadoes whipped the Lady Panthers and II"
first score by Sammy game-a Wilson. After the up Wilson's right-side sweep that Tornado aerial game misfired. Two Palatka girl to the draw In a volleyball battle at the net last Uve Oak last week while falling to GalnesvUl High ,
Tornadoes fought back into an 8-7 gave SA a 7-0 lead with 8:40: left In the passes went Incomplete Goodge was week.
sacked for a 13 yard loss and his
first period.On ,
lead with John Bennett
one yard run
and following conversion run by Bennett its second possession BHS intercepted fourth down by desperation Joe Ragglns.heave waa BHS 2-1 For Week 5-3 SeasonBradford's ''Ii
,Smiley helped the home-towners started to prove the Yellow Jackets "Our fluctuates Volleyballers ; on
the lead just before could be bruised on the ground passing fame
recapture '
halftime. His 14 yard reception of a despite the presence of Smiley and hot to nothing said of the Tornadoes j

Derek Collins pass set SA up at the linebacker Gary Holmes who seemedto aerial misery. Lady Tornadoes sandwiched BITS has just three games remainIng The match was the only regular
BUS 10. Three plays later Wilson sped make tackles as often as the Tornado Reserve safety Barry minute convincing two-game on the regular season schedule season meeting of the two District
tailbacks made runs. On second ed off SA pass inside the last victories Uve Oak and with
around end from the five for the go- volleyball over just one match next week- 5-AAA teams."We .
ahead score, and two though Bennett fumbled of play, returning the theft 11 yards to Palatka around a tough threegameloss against Green Cove Springs Tuesday played well tonight,"said BUS
Early in the second half Smiley at the 22 with the 'Jacket defense the 'Jacket 27. Hamilton ran 18 yardsto to 8-1 Gainesville High School last afternoon at 4 p.m. Coach Lis Harvey after her team

weaved 34 yards on a punt return to recovering.The the four as the gun sounded. week:, moving their record to 5-3 on The next home match for the BHS bounced back from the loss to
''Jackets possession at the teams exchanged punts as the "Both ran the ball well and our offensive -' the season. volleyballers wW be Monday,October Gainesville. "Our serving was much

tornado 48. He ran through Tornado game moved into the second period. line did a good Job, Hunter The Lady Tornadoes whipped 22, against Santa Fe. better than It has been, we were accurate -
tackles for 16 more stripes on a BHS linebacker Danny Hildebran Rauhoffer and Jay Griffin in par- Palatka 15-2,15-3 in the second gameof tonight."
counter reverse play.) Then on third submarined Mason on a third and ticular." a tripleheader last Thursday before Hope Jackson and Lorraine Bass
and 29 the SA senior wiggled free three run to stop SA once. Offensive Line Coach Rick' seeing a four game winning streak Bradford 1S-1J were credited with the good service
behind the Tornado secondary and BUS earned Its opportunity to score Stephens agreed with Hurse that busted by the Lady Hurricanes of Live Oak 5-t performances in the win while
took in a 42 yard pass from Collins to when noseguard Kevin Reddish deck. Rauhoffer and Griffin,who shared the GUS In the nightcap. The Lady Tornadoes had little trouble Harvey said Vonda Brown and Terri
bring the ball to the BUS one. Charles ed Collins for an eight yard loss with Offensive Lineman of the Week Bradford got back on the winning in disposing of the 3-5 Suwannee Thomas controlled the nets, coming
Mason crashed: over on first down and the help of tackle Frank Swindell.The award, played well. "Jay did a real track topping Live Oak 15-5 15-9 at County team at Bradford High Tuesday up with a couple of good spikes.
with 5:43 to go in the third period the Yellow Jacket punt was then shanked good job and Hunter had his best home. .

Yellow Jackets led 198. Mason scored for just 10 yards, giving BUS the ball of the year. We were probably : ... Bradford 15-14-5
... ......_.' .
four-and-a-half minutes later on at the SA 38. It took 13 plays but with got after people better against Gainesville High 7-ls-lS

another one yard run to make it 258. Bennett plowing behind fullback Mike Santa Fe last week but the line as a : In a spirited match between teams
For the night Smiley had three catches Jordan and the offensive line eight whole did well against St. Augustine." 4Jtt4t 1 I trying to protect winning streaks the
times for 29 yards the Tornadoes Sexton praised the work of ,,
for 75 yards and nine tackles to pun- Title Pair Lady Tornadoes saw a one game and
go with his counter run. punt return ched the ball in. The score came with noseguard Kevin Reddish, saying his ; 14-7 second game lead fade away to
John James left
and interception carry. 3:40 left before halftime as Bennett eight tackle-one alllstoneInterceptlonone /'. .' the 8-1 Lady 'Canes In the finale of a
Ed 01
Hamilton who was inserted at payed off on a fourth and goal gamble pass deflection performance and Agranowlt "' tripleheader at BUS last Thursday
tailback in the fourth period brought from Inside the one. Blocks by Scott was "Kevin's best, teamed to win the night.Gainesville.
Eric Carroll Hunter Rauhoffer and ballgame since: the first of the men's doubles title In
BHS back with a 77 yard TD dash. It game which had two days
was probably the most electrifying offensive backs Mike Jordan and year." the Starke Golf Y I I6J' If earlier pinned the first defeat of the
Hamilton Club's
play of the season for Bradford opened the right side for the Country an- season on Santa Fe.fought back from
and gave Hamilton a total of 132 score. Bennett went the other way on "Danny Hildebran had another nual tourney while the brink of defeat to avenge an
yards on just eight carries for the an option pitch sweep for the two- good game and Mark Crews (soph Agranowiti won themen's earlier two game loss to Bradford.
game. Bennett had already netted 92 point conversion and Bradford was up linebacker) played the best game of singles draw. GUS was 5-0 when Bradford stunned
markers on 25 totes. 8-7. his career," Sexton continued. "Markwas The Gainesvilleduo them In Gainesville.
0 "We keep falling victim of the big After the Tornadoes squibbed the in on eight tackles so beat Charlie Thursday night it appeared that the
plays," admitted BHS Defensive kickoff away from Wilson to set SA up around the ball a lot more thane has Flynn and J.E. Lady Tornadoes would continue to

. Coordinator Mike Sexton Monday. at their 41 the 'Jackets bullied BUS been." Tomlinson doubles final In while the "own" GHS. Bradford which had rip

fell ped Palatka 15-2 15-3 moments
Kenny Rodrlque
-- --- -- .---- -- earlier to extend a four game winning
victim to Agranowlts
In the singles finale. streak jumped on Gainesville for a
15-7 first game win with Hope Jackson
) serving for seven points. In the second
game the Lady Tornadoes

to r5- d rnjf' yq. started well again building o'fVonda
_. 'advantage on the strength .l

: : : 7i -, _ Brown's nine straight service points.On .
; I game point Hope Jackson dlnked
) 'lJ 3 1 the ball between GUS defenders for

y what appeared to be game point but
Jackson was called for an Illegal push
and Gainesville had new life.
The Lady 'Canes ran off nine
straight pouts to win 18-14 and con
; 'tP tinued their mastery with a 15-5 third

game a
thought the match was

over," noted BUS Coach Inez Harveyof
the crucial call. "My girls went
back out but just couldn't play any
more ball. It definitely upset them.
;gLi "1 ail feel like we won the match.
_" We hope get to play them again in
"' ; :: districts. f was still pleased with the

I The Tornado eregaCkl" Yellow Jacket Sammy Pictured are Kevin Reddish,no.51. Kenny Etherldge. way we played."
Wilson at right. Frank Swindell, 75. and Mike, Teston 5. i 4CiNr: u4xw + ++ .
Bradford 15-15
'8'11 ,. .,;:;;'
II P. 2-3
But he was at a loss to explain the for a :59 yard TD march in the last 3:25 ...-51=, The Lady Tornadoes breezed by 1-$
malady. "I don't know... we 11 playa of the half. All but one of the gainers Palatka 15-2. 15-3 In the second match
series real strong then boom I We give was on the ground. Mason got four on Tuesday (GUS had whipped Palatka
up a big play. a fourth-and-one possession play from Gainesville Pair Take SG&CC Men's Titles 15-1. IS-71n the opener).
"On the first touchdown they got a the BUS 33 and the Collins-to-Mason In the opening game Vonda Brown
break on us with that Interception.But pass play took the ball just inside the BUS
served out to a 7-1 lead a Terri
after that... The second TD we 10. Wilson rounded the right side from It was the Starke Golf and Country Crews, Starke 64), &-2 to reach thesingles Ross and topped Phyllis Huggins 6-0, Thomas spike made It 1IH.,and the
had 'em third and nine and a pass interference the five for the score fullback Lefty Club's Sixth Annual Tennis Tournament final. mach his ticketto 6-2 in Saturday's semi' Lady Panthers were never In the
kept them going. On the Wright knocked down the Tornado but a pair from Gainesville took the championship with wins In women's doubles play the Saenz- match.
third score it was third and 27 and contain. SA's conversion kick skimmed home the men's hardware after Sun- over Jerry McGriu 1-3. 8-2. and Rip Thacker team beat Ross and Ella Palatka did score the first two
they hit the big pass to the half yard outside the upright but with only 26 day's finals. Pratt 8-4, 8-2. Cooney in a semifinal points of game two but Brown served
line. It was third and nine on their last seconds left before the break the hosts Ed Agranowiti of Gainesville won In doubles Agranowitz-James four straight to put BUS back in the
score and they hit another big pass had retaken the lead at 13-8. the men's single title with a 1-0. 6-3 defeated Kirt Sundusadee-Harry Other Preliminary\ matches; driver's seat and at 12-3 Coach Inez
play to get Inside the one. The big Early In the second half Goodge gota win over Kenny Rodrique of Starke Gruen 6-1. 8-2. and the team of Larry Men's DoublesLarry White-Johnny Harvey cleared her bench with
plays just killed us." first down on a fourth and less than and teamed with John James to take White-Johnny Hobbs 6-0 6-3 to reach Hobbs def. Grover Howard-Archie backups Beth Francis and Queenie
Head Coach David Hurse pointedout one sneak from the BHS 44 but the the doubles crown with a 6-2,6-4 finals the finals. KIttIes 6-0 6-1; Chub JohnsonAndyCrews Berry serving the final points.
another culprit: besides the St. risk was wasted as Bradford punted win over the Starke team of J.E. Jockel won,three matches to win def.Rip Pratt-Steve Griffls 8-1,
Augustine big plays-the men In three plays later. Smiley busted the Tomllnson and Charlie Flynn.In the distaff singles UUe. She opened 6-4; Charlie Flynn-J.E. Tomlinson
stripes. return for 34 yards to give SA the ball the women's bracket Adrienne with a 8-2. 6-1 decision over Ttrretta del. Johnson-Andy Crews 1-2. 7-1. .7
"I thought we got some lousy at the Tornado 38. Four plays later Saenz and Judy Thacker of Keystone
calls," Hurse said bluntly Tuesday Bradford had the 'Jackets in unen- teamed to win the doubles draw topping -
morning. He had once called a viable position-third and 29-but Phyllis\ Huggins and Marie Wynnin Keystone, Union JV's Back in Action TonightThe

timeout to berate the officials during Smiley shook free behind the secon- the finale (no score available).
the game. After looking at the game dary and Collins found him for a 42 Jennifer Jockel of Starke was the junior vanity football squads from Union County Keystone's 3-1 Baby Indians host the jayvees from
films his opinion of the officials' work yard gainer to the one Mason's score women's singles champ beating and Keystone get back Into action tonight, Thursday, Oct. Gainesville P.K. Yonge at 7:30 in Keystone while the 0-4
hadn't changed. "On their touchdown at the 5:43 mark In the third stanza Cooney In the title match 6-1, 8-1. 11, each playing home games after having last week off. Baby Tigers of Union County host a tough Interlachen JV 11
just before halftime there was made It 198. Agrsnowlts' swept by Randv at 7:30 In Lake Butler.
definitely a clip as shown by our
films. "We knew what was coming we

"The pass interference penalty that knew they'd be looking for Smiley -
kept a drive going for them was a deep, we just didn't cover It," Hurse r

poor call... Quite a few times the films said of the Collins to Smiley pass. Make Yeur Building Like Naw With Simulated Brick
show St. Augustine jumping In the BUS gave St. Augustine another oppurtunity "

line.., no calls.: And, I thought we got as a shanked punt Tornado v
some poor spots (ball placements Jackets a first down at the :

after runners were downed). I don't 24. Dwayne Strickland and Ronald ."" ., ... "
usually call time out to talk to the Mathews came up with tackles to r ,;, We Do: '" \,':' ,'
referees but when the official limit SA to a single yard on two runs

the ball and moves it to the hash but on] third and nine SA's Terry -. '" 'I' .
marks on a measurement sltuaUon... Mauldin came up with leaping snare : SHELL HOMES.. o COMMERCIAL ,BUILDINGS' :?; _...
well, I've just never seen that," of a Collins pass at the hall yard line. f r: 1JIt-; *T .,
Mason crunched In on the next play .1.' jb"'A-Y' :" .
Even In the loss the Tornado effort and.SA's had a safe spread of 2S-8 I e GARAGES .BARNS ,\,:, ;,
was again Impressive on the heels of with 1:01: to go In the third period. ,. ..t:: ,

last week's conquest of Santa Fe. If Th margin could have tightened up ,. ," "
the Tornadoes had turned more of the in a hurry as Bradford continued to ,';' i : -

big plays their way the 'Jackets move the ball. After the kickoff Ben :, + Ho Mon j Dona -12 roars To Pay rf 4. LIl h iM1 1 ::<: ,
might well have been the victims.
nett ran three times for 15 yards- ,
One big play SA did not get came Including sit yard burst on a fourth .
early. 9.4 sprinter Sammy Wilson, the and a long one chance from the BHS ', : ; : } '
man BHS coaches were most concerned 47. Hamilton came In as the fourth FLQRIDA-GA. BRICK ft STONE : ;J "

with stilled a crowd that was quarter opened and picked up right ,
IUD searching for seats with his 89 where Bennett left off. HamJ1ionseooted '. .
yard touchdown kickoff return. He for 10, 11, and three yard '4 : Call 752-4800 or 396-1 022' 'J' "I<'",: ,.r:,' V.W,1r' \;" '" '" : '

took the ball at the 13. weaved to his gains to push the ball into scoring: ,.. :. .: ., ,tv' .{, r: .""t1\oII:\: r\W t A..i"IfI.I'.1/ : j ,
right and flashed by the >moaning position and then went for eight ., 1'.J; u: "" \ \> tr..... --." '
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