Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/01728
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 18, 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
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:01728
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Inmates, Iterated Owe man was cut up and MB r-1T
ewptevd Tuesday ntdtf % shirt was tarn -afFLA HJSTOflf ,
.tariff1! department abot* Uikbym "I stemmed. on the brakes and the rt::
WMt of Stark, on Brownlee Road. man immediately threw up his
OOm, as, escaped Monday night hands," Dempsey safcL ,I,
other prisoner*, Norman sirs
6two and David Edward! Bartaw, Giles was taken to the Bradford i t' J

was captured Immediately County Jail at 10:43: OvBt jl. ,
.ft0r the escape and Dean la awl at Giles did not give any Information ,
concerning the whereabouts of Dean,
-L Is serving a life sentene t ir however:! deputies believed him to be +1Y
find-degree murder and assault, ia-flMfame vicinity where Giles was
Dean to serving a 313-year e l;

for robbery and possession!. (Of* tbX; ;; earlier report said the escapees

'Deputy,John Dempsey said he wa r wen armed and dangerous, but ac: 1 t4t
slaw west on Brownlee Roa.* ordi&$'to prison officials that was

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off a school breakfast program protein-rich food. Most of the'time A spokesperson for the group said
at least for this year, the Brad- the meal would consist of milk, juice, good nutrition is vital to good education .
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ford, school board unanimously rejected cereal and toast but would not and pointed out that literally I
the request of 800 parents who preclude eggs and bacon at times,, thousands of people in. this. country:
petitioned to have a morning meal said Casey. starve to death.
served to their children. Normal federal reimbursement for "This goes on all the time..then fs r
"I move the breakfast program be breakfast is: 43 cents for a free no reason for It at all," the represen
denied," said school board member breakfast; 37 cents for a reduced-. tative said.' "The program! is not 'a'
Arthur Gaskins, when no one spoke price and 13 cents for a paid panacea,but it certainly would help.*'
for a group calling itself Adequate breakfast. Students would qualify for He added the program would be'
Breakfast for Children (ABC), About free or reduced-price breakfasts justas beneficial just by providing a choice
I a dozen persons favoring a breakfast they do for lunch. allowing those who really need It the
I program attended the meeting but no One member of ABC claims the pro opportunity to eat a nutritional I
one spoke up when Supt. Tom Casey gram is necessary for those children breakfast.
asked for a spokesperson.There from poor homes, or homes where the Those opposing the program say Its .---
was no discussion by the mother works, or broken homes. not the money much as it.is the idea
board. Another faction of the ABC group in of creeping socialism.One Kirby Cronleyabove*, who at 21 Is the main force and readies near-complrle trailer for painting Krluw, Bill
An'alternate breakfast programwas the Brooker community feels the school board member strongly engineer behind the Croiley !Manufacturing Corp., sets a lames and Eddy Morgan move a trailer frame, and Eddy
suggested by Casey, whose new Issue has become an issue of poor versus opposed, Pat Spengler said the program hole punch machine, while Danny Morgan (above left) (right) welds a section of the frame.They're I
plan covered only elementary school rich. would lead to the further
at Starke and Brooker. Casey said the "The rich people don't care at breakdown of the family unit .. ..",L'j: ;Y \
breakfast program had been sufficiently I.. all...they couldn't care less what happens "A child needs to know, that he can s
discussed at a Sept. 24 to these kids from poor be fed at home..the security of being ,'
workshop, and Gasklns' motion families," said Lydia Polk. ,...a motherenrne taken! care of needs come from the ,I

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are hungry children" said one ABC. their tax dollars for this...but they're It's a parental responsibility to provide
member after the meeting. (the government) gonna use it for breakfast for your children,
A school breakfast program Is now something else If not this,'' said some parents argued vehemently! at
subsidized by the federal govern another mother of three, Judy the Sept. 24 workshop.
ment, just as is the school lunch pro- Cauthen. How far is the school system sup
gram. A breakfast program has been The parents in Brooker' said they posed to go asked educators. If( ,
turned down by the school board for just want the school board to try the schools provide breakfast ,
the past three years, and Is still opposed breakfast program on a trial basis. students, Is the evening meal next r
by most Bradford school of They would like to see the program in educators' and board members _
ficials. Casey is the lone supporter of one or"two schools, "just to see<< how it wondered.- b __ _'
the program. goes A breakfast program Is just one
The state now requires school more federal give-away, school officials """"A"er1ARtr
districts to lend questionnaires home and parents argued. ?
each term to determine if parents 34 Misdemeanor "It's offered to us. It's up to us to,
want a breakfast program. Of more accept or reject it. If the governmentis ; r'J
sent home this term it these children who
than 4,000 forms giving to not
1,232 were returned, and more than Counts Dropped take It?" one black woman told the
800 parents indicated their child school board at a previous meeting ( ? ,. *'.-T1I--I
would participate In a breakfast,program Well, I'm sorry but when you talk Op
on a daily basis.A Against DriggersThirtyfour : about something free from government
nutritional breakfast, if It Is to it's my taxes that are being -- -- ---.
receive federal reimbursement, must turned around," another women
consist of 1/2 pint of milk, 1/2 cup of misdemeanor charges replied.
fruit or vegetable juice, one slice of against Union County clerk of the Others have said the program will
whole'grain toast or,3/4 cup of cereal court Robert Driggers, were drop lead to more federal aid programs, Selling Like Hotcakes --
and, when possible, some kind of Friday Oct. 12. by 10th like serving dinner. Or it will instill a
cult assistant state attorney; Tom feeling of "free riding," or "Why

Trantham.The should 1 work when the government .

''[Jl1' \1111Un! !:rice falsifying charges a public included record one'count two counts of' .educator will take, Jean care Clark of me, a? first said grade one Utility Trailers That Is -. r: f;:. 1h !

of election code violations and 31 teacher at Hampton Elementary. ,
A M ;.,d} counts of signing illegal warrants. School officials also argue a : ,it. '"'' .. :'"
The "nolle prosequi" legal entry breakfast program would be very difficult U:.' >'Ii' 4"',,,
denoting the prosecution will proceed to fit into an already tight school '"Gilbert's unabashed enthusiasmIs apple red-or any other color the 'r,
no further in the action) was receivedby ,day, and that bus routes would have Hylne Davis matched by the energy of the rest of customer desires. I
the veteran clerk Monday morn. to changed! and the school-day BCT Staff 1V'riterThe his family Gilbert's two grandsons. The most popular trailer size Is the
ing. It stated the charges were dropped lengthened took six Eddy and Donny Morgan, his stepdaughter .by-6.. 1
in "furtherance of justice." The ., .. birth of this Carol Dunlap. and stepson.
"The shortage has created do
gas : a ,
months-from a one-man back-shop and Kir-,
\' misdemeanor counts were similar to Edward Morgan work there hand
I'M for these trailers !<
People are
r; operation to a 10.000 square foot who is the allaroundoffice
'I. the felony counts which were the sub ,
trading in their trucks for
ject of a four-day jury trial the first Council)Meeting ; ,,building with 12 employees week.churningout manager. Even the family pet. smaller cars and pickup getting""trailers to !
25 to W utility trailers a
week in October. Rascal, puts in his eight hours. '
1 dA :, Gilbert haul stuff, Kirby explained.
The father and son team.
Driggers was found innocent of "Oh, yea, he's here every day right .
bribery by offering political opponent CancelledThe and Kirby Crosley. have solved the on time" Gilbert said as he laughedat One family even had a trailer shipped ,
Hendricks for withdraw. problem of how to make money at the dog who didn't look at all too *
Bryan a job
to Europe. "They've got a van >
.. scheduled;
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: regularly enjoy and are good '
city' commission i you
ing from the 1976 clerk's race. Circuit friendly.
and they're taking everything with
;:(\\. Court Judge Woodrow Melvin of meeting was canceled Tues 'with their trailer manufacturing fact I "
'em so they wanted a trailer.
..JhyngL-ocs.1I; :a : Milton dismissed 44 of 48 felony day because three' commissionerswere tory on south U.S. 301 which went Into What once took Kirby three days to
t' CITY OF$TAUK! counts for lack of speedy prosecution absent. business March.! build can now be built in three hours. Most of the shipments aren't as far '
: '. 7130.MJ:1"((., After waiting for 10 minutes Edwards It. all began when Kirby built a three steel -
: and three counts for lack of sufficient The metal, bought flung, however. Gilbert said most of .
..' :,. Zoning. board Mating proof. told Commissioners Harold trailer to haul a tractor. He( had a' factories, is first cut and then put in their trailers have!been;I going down to "
.. Go Epps and Charles Schaefer a meeting hydraulic-jack repair business at the welded '
\ Gov. Bob Graham reinstated Drig- the forms. The frame is then Sarasota, Orlando and Tampa, He <.
h ', the ended could not be held because therewasn't time). People around town saw It, liked the .on next, '
} f. gers day after the trial He's been together, tailgates go said an Alabama senator wants \.,
Ii'" :''f'I; .Jr.bIL.P.sJ.ijP' !! !- almost three months after he was arrested .- a quorum. Commissioners it and asked for himself more. for three then the side panels and a splash of' Crosley to supply the entire state of '<
p VAMimOOTSAltOAMl. e. and suspended from office. Vernon Silcox, Wilbur Waters and building trailers by color. The tongue, couplings'and' Alabama with trailers. Gilbert shook
liOO P.M.i Driggers, clerk of the court for 26 Ted Oglesby were absent. Waters is entrepreeneurial he needed was step wheels go on and the final touch Is the his head and said"We'll have to think
IIIAOPOWOHIOHi* 1/2 years, said he was happy with the vacation in Montana, Silcox was at { assistance. In tail lights. Everything but the paint. about that one. Don't want to. rush into
,vsl outcome of the trial. 'The charges an insurance .conference in Tampa ped his father Gilbert.A axles, tires and lights are made in the ;. anything."
OCA1A bass( were dropped because of factual motions and Oglesby asked (o' be excused businessman for years, a factory.
r .. 'IN ; and a not guilty verdict was without giving an immediate reason. manufacturing business was perfect aCrrostey, The only thing the'' Cro leys"won't
'.' .. t OCALM4iC returned by a jury of my peers,"said At press time Wednesday. 'it wa for the perennial retireerhis last ven Andthatdoes one pay for j, get Into is boat trailers. "There's too
.*. ': Nt. "I< '. Driggers. 11'&, not known if a special meeting wouldbe ture' was land developing (Lake trailer? A standard size trailer'without many,of 'em already-too much com- ,
: side and panels
.the .bottom
scheduled Hampton Oaks)I. :' Gilbert declared And then
"I have maintained Innocenceall petition.
.C. by >So the building went up, the goes: for S773. Gilbert said the 43-foot; with a mischievous grin, .Gilbert ex-
( the he added. t
".11-(a.III..l way
In and eight welders trailer his son built ,.Jn'three weekswas ,'
," lr L.w.ych.etGr.unds5ro.k.gH.Ilew..nC.rnlv.l.mfiOOf.M...,,00,.M'. ', ".14\1\'\ 4 '<; '; .-'" ";yGutlilstlotl' : ': :. were machinery hired went from the Bradford-Union sold for S ,50o. He shook his head Manufacturing .Corp.'sign' says "Crosley'
and said "You 'couldn't even think
,* ... .. \' 1, $ r..,' ';"VOn; Yo-Tech Center. '
'; USiSOl Robbed Production went from two trailers a about buying a factory-built"trailer 'We don't want to be limited to rt'i a
.'',-r' ,. f.M. Index... .. : month to 23. Gilbert said they hope to like that for under $3,000 now live got a couple of patents
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Ir..k.Sch..IOr .d. ;%, ., *w. \, ,-, .I ;I The Gulf Service Citation"on US.; 301 have 23 trailers a week rolling out in in out and who knows maybe someday'we'll
.r and S.R.: 100''warobbed Tuesday the next few months but as Gilbert is With .the closest competition get into that."
TWO SECTIONSseCTION night the third time In two months. quick to point out, the sky is the limit. Georgia the Crosley's essentiallyhave The patents, of course, remain a
.',,',':, of A$! by an armed man wearing a black ski iA'sales manager and some office the trailer market to secret for now.
.r Courtesy Society 4 t.4. .Page SA7 mask. furniture will complete the factory'* themselves Theirtrailers, come in all ; .. ,
',:'. '. :.' JACX3WTS StfilMMG Editorial. .$, .. Page4A According' to police officers A.B." interior. Gilbert said he's going to 1lztl' and Colors In addition the'' ,, Am' 'Gilbert,*enthusiastically tells:' ?
'\.. Newt. ..to. Pages 1A-3A Sharp and Willy Searcy, a man dressed landscape the area around the standard range of sizes-from 43 feet About the)operation* r,Kirby r, move.., '; ,
:; ;: ,1 sY. Cf.'StarNi, +{ : :# Lcflsls A Rssl/ Est. ,page ItA in black entered the service station building. ', to a 3-by-3 ""garden cart"-trailers"are about deftly on his uutche..ef'in& :
.;.,. ,' t' "':"p" ''l ;- ,'yw41w'4: around 1:43: a.m Jk and,; demanded '!''We're going to have the prettiest also custom built About;half the the! Image,of a handicapped. penoiu,,,,'y r,', 't
: Hop Sots..964-6078 seCTION !! i' ; .1,: ::1v ) '}:'}4 Ralph mton.lnttendantto; give factory in Bradford County,' Gilbert trailer going out of Crosley's factory \
Knston. .eIQht Sport ;j :;Pae.. ."38.18. .. "'shim the moneypm .vr -'-t.-, declared adding people have already are custom: built, Gilbert estimated. '411ft-.!- page ISA aj.L.k'r \ \'
ClaiiMdsf :1: $ ....7f r1 'Th colors are even matched withVoUuwagen \
And 21A "fA : e (An undetermined amount of money commented on the "good-looking1' .,, -i "
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School Board Cites Inadequate


Papneatafu...*a3acat5aa r.. kw dmaf ... how much tte Meat.wDrA of Ua&i year let under-1'boenI : .J
quecud by tile Bradford Canary; -- will nane. will know oott nov tnwTi OMMMT itwJB .
Beaah Deiwrtmeat mat tabbd: Monday Zits R&erd! said she daesaft know bae earned for the ant ban< ftteKteolteno.be .
III Oct. I*., to***** of teadeatetends bow HHcfc: efcher bat Out Bradford said. :
by tile BradfectlSchool Comrjr received ... IasI ye.r treat If Ibe tfrunfrm count rams ea f a*
-.... local returns officiate think irW a
Tbe request bas teen tatucmg: tar B veaa pentad M'" state...I- sIiPt drop in the..number stadauta.the .
sewal.aeets. .bat was acansifid m a MaIda Bradford district could earn! over.
decKm;; Monday t Q0*. Toe school -p acosi aa.. IUIG._ la decUBlo enroUmeatftandk. ::
board to Mat ap.BHt nvkkiatf the pay 11. Mix.fubcrd said yes her* = Tats a term alder vtacficouotiee :
meal to the Be*** Department torserricw :neat. has Jart.aba*CMBpteted r 1 are paid this inaur fartodeats
pertana (a toad wd..fbeyard ...-'- they! doet bare The fend
what b caD II tat bk"a e" -Yoa know w. do a good cad was pushed by die powerful Dade
da."said bra R daa becwe
we OMMty hqpslative deweaUon
ftowever, the a&nrBtme was nut brcadrd ;
lie of lIIiIICI..dIe IdI oL" She asked Dade was koan*atudesla but did net
IIu. MwWftWbuQprt nuking :
he board to -...think about itN wad to kae state ftancfing. However il
i rmi nry b.'th.1t'haaf fcmrtto ,..U....... all counties witk declining
drew from SB SgM MSMTW
wary acted board member argued enroQiacBts will alto benefit because
funds to mate tt* ffaaaaaL. Tbe
about YaM of services tile discriminate
the the to state cmrmct
school board pud the a-J11'Ia IDrgrrrt-
adonis the health If the Bradford Cadet count
hjr department.Bwwd
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Couaty Bealat Man 7U1awrrw1 amber I Arthur Oa*.- said Tea cut. with the tbgttt drop local: ai:;\..--r.-; ;..t. .U Wendy 5.4
fee team hoard be faed- ftchool effiatls see. the dtttrkt win Mn
gave the choojtugM rnaleset deportneat : *a daM eyeaatsaaay a their m tber.
talk aIa.C. 1M aawortue bSamdty ed. by 0.s3ueMrs. receive the declining enrollment .LB-I.. Doaatastoffoi the .u.c Ws the
JtaIiIft: said die heat heath roads to bolster its inadecjnate
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drprrtmmt ban mare ad v.ae peaiab.tea reserre la that ease the acteol
II yen, deaf gj re s.smeiC flkC-C iii: "'artrpNpIe board may be able to fund the health
weH do DIe sates tar yon"" JtrvRjberdsajd. .t e lunge c eI' tbrirq
"rce'I .._at..Syw.! al IJ 1 JU sere sot r-ted.: rujgrt if the student count comes eat Sweep
the cute says sad Cuff*a9. :. swiscb rr.a IIIttIoMI to Iakiac mare than. local school officiate think
Sdwd.s axsabes asked atilt: care.f these peapieShe said. the district will have more many
Tom Casey tVffrt a 114 IDiibB SanpL CMt:: DId y audit cf gate available. More money wou"d abo be .
statewide aaootioa from the stale t-S ........ te pttst 7BArv* is under available if the value of a faO-time
for bea h dq,+atae.ek Casey said WaJ: ...... and DIe tint student count eqnhraJent (FTE) stodtnt. wtach the Caucus
set by the legislature rises. But
value of an FTE unit can: also float
Crossroads Liquor 100 daonwa mooing leas mane, than : m one.miaute speeches after the caucus
pIuaed OIL assembled in the County Commis-
sMners meeting room at 12 noon.
& Lounge ****** Before 9XX P" \ In otter action the school: board: : tte Young was the only Kennedy candidate
MRa. ; to speak,and the only one to attend
1 FlEE DRIll"a.a.r. i Awarded a bid for a new bailer for the caucus.
lases the BUS gym to Mid-Florida Boiler cafeoteria.'I In the statewide counting still in
and Equipment Co. of Maitland. the
Best Of Country: & Rock Music low bidder at SOSO. The boiler win progress Wednesday. Carter to 119 was for
"-- leading with :377 delegates
be Installed Nov.1 and will have
by a
the AFL-CIO slates
Kennedy. SI on
Ua.a ft Btxitlaad BtB.fts
S-year guarantee. Five firms bid oq and 27 uncommitted. Tabulation was

Feaumr; Nick On The Sax & Bobby On The steel Guitar the Job. : : tbe stall Counties.incomplete in Broward and Dade

-Awarded bids on food products,
Friday & Saturday 9 P.M. 2 A.M. cafeteria swill classroom rarmtnre, The draft-Kennedy forces said
and gas and welding supplies Miami
if the
Wednesday 9 P.M.1 A.M. Ladies Nite ... against them they might rote
f.., irr.r.mr. ra E.a.s...1-For (Mo Cover Charge) -Accepted as substantially convpiete his their candidate from the straw ballot
the middle school
*. -__r+.. I P.. Awe*.,. fr 5a..1-c-(:e.r,. project>> and the air-conditirarmg: reimodettag projects : : November.voting at the Their state leader convention Sergio Ben-in
c.-Cora. vMC taey Oot h a sa her. __-454-3515 FOIl for Starke and Sooihside' .* dizen. acknowledged that the Kennedy
-. elementary schooh. The board approved camp apparently lacks the
payments of needed for straw vote
iviTech ('- momentum a
Grand Opening Oct. 19th those projects and in victory.
Center, Phase 4 construction. !

Seating For Approx 200 People :

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: 100% pure beef hamburgers pattied
II : Jones' Craft Shop 964 fresh daily; crisp golden trench
X63 \ fries; rich.meaty chili, and the Frosty -
I.O' 21eE.w..gaon Dairy Dessert Hamburgers offered
.) as: the 1/4 pound Single the 1/Z
Wood Crafts Hand Crafts pound Double and the 3/4 pound Triple. -
) Each hamburger is prepared.to3yor'vermakmt
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Ptenc: Tables Lawn Furniture Porch Swings Gun CabinetsOpen i .- waS on iad"fa
:. 1 : ) a special pre-opening party on October
Thus, Fit A Sat. 17. Symbolizing the 256
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.. Weady's hamburgers can
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far'ss': to tbe BradfordChapter County
.e of the American Cancer

: .* Society.damtJCIIL Lillian Stump accepted the
For .
Wendy's successful venture into the
Now convenience food industry began inIM
L .ayAay Christmas when R. David Thomas founder
and chairman d the Board of Wen
< dy's International Inc.. opened the
1 doors to his first restaurant in
: tiaaaI WadJ"s s axon essastietg dOn downtown cdnml>tas. Ohio.

It was Thomas who began the
""tast ppraach" idea for a high-
quality sanuly-oriented restaurant
sad first to merge the dnve-in theme

FTL La-Z-Boy with die quick-wroce food industry.

Reclina Rocker


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Ne".ShipmentT that seeks

Medallion out solutionsto

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JlallySlyles that gives

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of bothnational
Herculons -

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Combination and
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Pre Constructed Housing

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Prices $1ocoo Tremendous Savings



Ifs A Fact You Can.. ,' Do Better s-c. .u. ,_', MOBILE IIIIE CENTER Momor*pi's a*wader here. Ask Or.any better

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3 norths at $13
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Air __ oker Clerk Catches the Flack \

't\ For .Town'is Garbage, Dog Problems

school.The75,000gal tank would have from where vehicles are parked and
Clerk Linda Robinson Wet fu11iBrooker Anyway, we are trying to see wherewe
has left the from
**' release of 42/43 Ibs locatedLa someone gate open
can cut services to pressure
save *
council meeting Tuesday
: ", told this area. time to time. The subject of grasscutting
night Oct.9.of a threatening call by \,-' county commissioner said when and
of Gene Melvln's and A.B. Adams' on city property came up
the discussion at the Brooker
local r''fIld..nt that "if their council -
garbage: Atty Wolbert suggested that perhapsthe
terms in office will be this
up year.
was ni.. 1i1lu'd> up they would dump it:: meeting. city could borrow a grass cutter
I in my yard and at the City Hall. l "Does the city own the alley ways In L.M. Gaines, Bradford County zoning from the county. Melvin was not In
"I would like to know what can b*? .. ,'BrookerT" Councilman" C.J. director was also present at the the mood to borrow from the county
done about the problem of unpaid gar,.; Stalnaker asked. "Not sure was At- meeting al; wanted the city to report and stated "if the county: has
bage and water bUla. I don't want I ty. Wolbert's reply. any new, additions to homes or anything to do with It, let's not ask
anyone dumping garbage in my' "How" would you find out who owns. trailers being moved into the city. them. That's my personal opinion.
I I k yard stated Clerk Robin what? asked: Stalnaker. Gaines also advice Coun-
an angry gave to You all can do as you wish.
"An abstract of the is the best
city cilman Harrell in reference to a piece
l ; son.Attorney Jesse Wolbert present at way to find out who owns what. But I of property in the city to be rezoned Councilman C.J. Stalnaker asked to
4 t the meeting said that "if anyone Is recommend that you not do this as the from commercial to residential i
L unable to for a service renderedby cost would be great" advised see about a mower or get something I
pay Melvin stated done by the 26th or 27th 'if we have to
.. the city they may make appeal to Wolbert. Councilman Gene (
-- the council for Clerk Linda Councilman Stalnaker said, "a man "some gasoline has been missing rent one for these days." !
Sheriff Dolph: Reddish. left and Deputy Job Dempsey pose with newest Robinson stated that help.there were only claims he owns 16 feet of an alley way
patrol ear painted white with green stripe, m departure from the solid green about five families giving any trouble and I don't know if he does or not. We
can Med here for year about their bills. need to find out if the city owns the
Clerk Robinson said that she had alley ways or not" Chairman Steve
received some phone calls about dogs Nipper added that some people have
New Car is Money aver running loose and bothering residentsand constructed fences around their pro-
wanted to know what could be perty and in some cases have included -

done to correct this situation..."one easements.
Behind the newest car purchased gested by the state auditors. First lady called and said that some dogs Clerk Robinson reported that a
by the Bradford County Sheriffs alternative was to buy gas at the make her front porch their home." $203,SO credit was given in lieu of over ,
Department lies a story of$25,000sav county barn the second was to put In Chairman Steve Nipper stated, charges by Clay Electric for street
ed a new theory on how patrol can a tank at the Jail. The county com- "people want us to get off our tails lights, etc.Chairman. ,
should be painted, and a new policy of mission rejected the first two alter- and do something about the dog problem Nipper Informed ,the I
using cars three years,instead of two. natives, saying neither would be a here. What can we do? Really council that "we can hire the CETA 4
The new car, assigned to Deputy money-saver. Sheriff Reddish then there Is no county help that I know of, man but can't put him to work until f 4f
Sheriff John Dempsey, was put into negotiated the agreement with Gulf the only other legal way is to ask the we get a contract from Tallahassee." I
service Oct. 1, the beginning of the and Signal A.S.P.A for help." Permission was granted Fire Chief
79-80 fiscal year, but was purchasedfrom The agreement with Gulf will A was suggested that'some George O. Pierce to obtain the needed
the 78-79 budget; explains enable the department to buy gas 24 dark remedy night the problem could be solv- items to install a fire alarm in his
Sheriff Dolph Reddish. That means hours per day, since the Gulf station ed but was dropped for lack of commitment home for better and more prompt action -
the car represents a savings of$6,500: at.the corner of US-301 and SR-100 Animal control has long when needed as long as it is free. Feeling is believing puffed leathers and ,
the purchase price, to the county in stays open all night. Reddish says. been a problem in the county, it was The council voted for the CETA linings padded insoles, and the
79-80. brought out by Attorney Wolbert. It worker to be hired by Councilman air-cushioned soles of PillowLite"shoe .
The sheriff is turning back to the The new patrol car is a Ford LTD 2, was agreed not to ask the county for Harrell and Clerk Robinson.A from Levis for Feet?'" ,
county $18,433 in funds unused in the a midsize car. The engine Is 350 cubic help but to seek other ways to solve picture of a 131 foot high water
78-79 fiscal year quite an unexpected inches with a 2-barrel carburetor the dog problem. tank was passed around for the council

present for the county commission "We don't do that much hot pursuit "More services provided by the to look at and it was agreed that
which has issued a calls to economizein county means more taxes to pay for this is what was needed. would be tm
anymore says Deputy Dempsey.
the face of extremely tight money Radios are used to head off speedersmore the services and well nobody wants transported in sections from Ohio and
this Since the welded back together at Brooker and OUAUTV NCVCMOOMOUTO* TVl*.
budget year. new car now, rather than dangerous more taxes, but they want this and
was bought with 78-79 funds but not chases at high speeds Dempsey says.CountyAward. that done. Someone has to pay. placed at the top of the bill at the
put into service until the 79-80 fiscal Price ,
year, it represents a savings to the .
county because it won't have to be : ;::
purchased this year, Sheriff Reddish s Bid for Repavingrowed T $,3 Qg, ,,
explains, bringing his total rebate to '.

the county up to$25,000. ,
"This figure represents a savings to The bid for repaying 42 miles of on pledges of future state Just south of Lawtey from SR-200 to .- ;
the taxpayers of Bradford County," county roads was awarded Friday to secondary road funds against the debt $&225 west of Lawtey.
states Sheriff Reddish. "The majority low bidders HoudailleDuvalWrightof which will be repaid at $100.000 per .SR-23I. the Dedan Church Road
of the surplus cash-carryover is Jacksonville with work to begin the year over a seven-year period. which loops off SR-18 just east of : ; ;;

because of the policy of trading patrol second week of November. Representatives from Houdaillesaid Brooker. : STUMP'S
SR-237, from the Alachua County
cars every three years. This is the Engineer Jack Ward told commis- the repaying job would take line to SR-18. ,.0i..
first time this practice has been sioners the estimated tonnage for about 45 days more or less dependingon .
.SR-225. from the Alachua County .
followed.., I am well pleased with the about the weather. < '
repaving was under by 4,000
line to SR-18
results the sheriff says. tons.Money for the extra tonnage will Work will begin on the Whitehead- SR-21A, the Santa Fe Lake Road ; "' Bradford Square '
The new car also represents a be available from the road bonds sold Settlement Road SR-235 from SR-100 from SR-21B to SR-100. ,'J \ ?
'departure in the way Bradfordsheriff's by the county according to Dudley to SR-229, the worst road. It is badly SR-32S which runs south from '., :,
cars are painted. This one Is Hardy county attorney. deteriorated with several potholes. Hampton to U.S. 301. Visa & MasterCharge : '
basically white with green striping. It
can be seen much better especially at Hardy said $681,100 is available to Other roads to be repaved: SR-225A from SR-225 to SR-12S in
night, and that is the main reason for use on road repairs.. Houdaille bid .SR-233. from SR-229A to SR200. the<<:Norman section just west of OaearCarier's Lay-A-Way Plan

the change in color, Sheriff Reddish $502,000. The county had sold$700,000 at store. .. ,..
SR-229A, from SR-229 to SR-16 SR-230A, the Bethel Church Road '..a'' III''." 10 ."' ,
explains. in revenue bonds to William R. Hough .. ......
Raiford. from SR-230 to SR-231A. : :i ..-...;...-X I..KOMI* --N-Iw..-..r .tl .
"This car Is painted very differently Co. in Tallahassee at a 5.148 percent SR-225, from the. Sampson Canal l toSR200. >
than those previously used;' this. hoe1'1Au; ; ------- --- -------- -
will be the color used In the future. .. ., ".SRdoDAVtM Edwards'lUwp Road'
We believe the new paint combination -, lrt.If *T makes it more visible to the public" Girl ArrestedFor in south Starke.
the sheriff says. SR-100A the Griffis Loop Road '
It is also the first new car purchased ShopliftingA which loops off SR-100 south of Starkeat !
Sensible Answer
under the three-year' purchase both ends. The
plan. In a money saving measure 20-year-old Santa Fe Community ,SU-200B, the Anderson cutoff road 1-
Sheriff Reddish has started the prac- College student was arrested Monday ,
tice of replacing patrol cars every afternoon for shoplifting by Starke
three rather than two, years. A police officer Denton Devoe. BRADFORD To The High Cost Of ElectricityAnd
three-year tradeout will enable the Deborah Coleman of 955 E. COUNTY TELEGRAPH
department to buy two cars in most Brownie St.was arrested at Eckerd Published every Thursday* Other Fuels
years, rather than three. Drugs for taking$8 of merchandise,a at 138 W.Call Street
Maintenance costs did not increasein misdemeanor.She Starke Florida 32091 \ ',tfij, ,
the three-year-old cars used thispast was released on a $160 surety
but remained the -- A Fast Clean Economical Gas Wall Furnace
year same as bond. Second Class postage paid at ,
for the two-year-old cars, Reddish .
says. "--,._................... Starke,FloridaSubscription '
By Dearborn ,, .
The Sheriff's Department will also r
auction off old cars, another new BRADFORD SQUARE FLORIST In trade area: $9.00 Rates per:year, i, .

years practice old, they because bring after very a car little is on two a DESIGNS BYPROFESSIONALS $3.00 six months Wall Thermostat. Fast Warm. Up ','," ,

trade-in the sheriff says. Outside trade area: $10.00 per year '
In another new move related to $5.50 six months Counter '. Flow Takes Hot Air Off Ceiling ? .. "
patrol can Sheriff Reddish says his 964.7954

office has reached agreement with ;; And Surrounds You With Warmth .
Signal Oil Company the station on the .__._ n ,
corner of SR-16 and US-301, and Gulf I

by Oil Company the Sheriff's to purchase Office. all The fuel agree-used :'J: ;4Sy Completely Automatic Completely Economical

ment calls for a cash rebate at the end ( Th i
of each month on total gallons used. .
The agreement is the result of an 00
audit criticism last year when the Limited Time Offer $
department was criticized for paying y k ij1 3 4 8

retail prices for gasoline.The : Now Only '
agreement is the Bug- '

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Ill ss r epbastwotL o..eis coaaB dedicated
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Sfce rvrJanraafAra.The. eat people ba.tabout IIiDIiIIie. His born t sine February
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latest few weeks
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fan fcy a grant trm Of XaauBat Esiar 1e8dI. fret people e.ta--.c. X11
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After giving the performers staatoig -
!4't G9ati a. eoeeert-goers had fast
iheUr bashfulness altogether and

And The Winner Is. 'A. crowded shake hands around with the and foursome congratulate to

them for the marvelous mouc.
Alter the coimtt.iitrjam lasted teen far r. afc g to SLarite awl grrfcg
roil. a detigkLMS-.t. Theo tMJ e. ace et..6.g as.earat has$ayer Jeer The consensus was, without a
Were tea seeks Deoocrabc; caucuses a preside&tial preference be taken is highly J..dL aakLg Mr Ilia.....,...,.. doubt that Owens provided Siarkiles
ssg: sScast ii eEjd
is&l efoeSaoo. or sere they, *>r S .::akespeale'stxk Kennedy is still Dft2nn.o. .mced.. the Paiveisity Itossacausetts aad bald sentences which are bull into
aid by aa. i aSot-! -fdl; d socod and fury. is working oa a doctorate Iran CM. paragraphs and Ihea stories."Owen'
Owens has ptayod with..greats as totdtheiIn saadience
C.-.ctKt. r By testing President Carter's in
.:= strength Lied Hampton.Charles --.Bslrjr -
Florida,SeD. Kennedy and his forces dearly attempted Taytor. fray CiDespw; DIe E3sagtao. -
ir$tfae old: ease ef'"you pays yocr money and to set up a contest in which a Kennedy and Coont B.asie. He hasMttropolg .. addition to imparting his BSAftfetP COOffTT
*nggg* to lay andaences.
yto takes year .choler"E'ri : : :: win or even a close finish would be viewed as a tranW U. .... priDe caad --.>Q t teaches at varioas college
Kennedy triumph in a neighboring state tboeiaixJ sat a gsest sober W1da c.e "residencies." One song."Beaeinpae Byj.Bark
OrciMstf 8 HottMrt. tfae
edy: tae 1dS.i cf Sitar Edward Carter's They hoped to use a Rea 3Lau'Phiha.-saame tkerMan a.. Sb..er." u -B.s." as .

Keaoedv..after teuiag tfaetr shuts and spencteg decisive Florida win as leverage to persuadetfae ; New York ADd the Sjntctsaer .f toe a was bumoruufcty ca Ied. oTbuted: a Fries
tie: to hiM a ru&aoa dears to elect Ken- Senator that the tempo of the times is right New Wand.ah.8 New Vert.IB memorable uiouuei teandency wheretO

sx Deaaerzrie Cocveoboo. have decided that White House. .asiul additMM t* Us pndtfjaasMtpoariacs loner 79 state and impart tbar knovfedge to
same tam v9. dad not: ob&terate Carter, the students from around the wand -
aa-s. Owen is A IIIIftIIbtr: of American youngsters ma through
ezacsses 'e re "ridacslaus** and without On the other hand. a humiliating defeat add- wwenl Arts argaAitatMac *.d mare ba'OeIIlbese days than yoa can
Arts Hewatscaef Jazz ic saba ndrridaars expressaon of keep with,but one"..&oii1ftW'O that
after aBL
sagaScaace, ed to his unfavorable showing in recent potts. g'e't puItIL up
blow the readers of the aerate* eL Ovens told young aDd old is as popular today as hewn wbm be
would have been serious
a to rcABflEftCMSX Cgflffj iit'f' Bbdt Ar- 1IIUeen.: AId as komage to ttat 10drnduabaxi was introduced UIirtJ-UlneJ-eal'Sap
Lk wthe political pre ts and others in hopes for a second term. With a loss to tMts. lac And ... hers aol busy. eaca muaoaa played is Sooofcey Bear. The tiring symbol
Sae men F!!# *_ who were responsible for Kennedy, be would have been facing the Iowa Owns is a laauly -Z3. ..k tcnd thPrr.;: bt133zg te atxs icto the critical exD caucuses next month and the New Hampshireand dnI:..rjam.7.sad A4Le tr"Jan .me kao.a as receive over 450 letters a day from
L-arrr2 ty betas CII dacide+ Massachusetts primaries next with youngsters throughout the euumtiy.
year ......
Presadeal'Carter P--.c Mr a ..o.a. '_ and be greets over three nuISaa
wfaea dad not tratmced. as strike him. _
get one against tinge M taut about. kin mama PIIa... is tile com of bsss visitors each year at the National Zoo
II Esxsy:: of the es ceded and hoped for-that the playa Jerry. --. Enc Jobawaam in Washington D.C.
:::me trey ad: sz so zJDCh:' : time and At any rate", there remains no doubt about is Eke a hgaage ia lead cucar. aDd Billy Hart onBvestocfc
'L prOLaOt was jost a siBj exerczse Carter support among Bradford County i etL._ take aoisat aDd vcrte to dr--..Tine grasp O.em esplaiQaed. Host folks know that tile original
; Democrats.: Tbe htghfist that any Kennedy Smokry was a reaJ-to-fife casualty: of
a targe.Western forest fire.As a two-
) delegate received was eight votes,while others month dd cub be was rescned by Ore
if se -4J"s ssxppcrtcrs cohered theeatizmt trailed with three and two. fighters, nursed back* health and
+es yes :0.::_ .....r.:...' wtfy diidca"t they County fi !.en5Notebook. ..ll1 "giwna boroeat tbeNalMOtltMttatr
reKIta thus csmr"- ratrs before tbey rag As one observer put it the caucuses"noncocsequential ww h.tM tas LTa,ttr a reminder of the terrible tragedy of
d3.z s\ sad tesepbooes alt over the state ofcf contests which wiD probably Pb"tfl44 wildfire.
) F3zida ad: sit t af a Ift't-uw.. tucks in the prove to be extremely consequentiaL 1, '

iz- d tyq to s.atr: their maa the victor'Tiat3 : Tbe Florida straw ballot gave Jimmy Carter a .. then ADd men through clad in three Smokey decades sods since have!

much-needed: boost on the road to victory in bugged miIIioas| of smaQfry: aDd
is that the dedXa: deiegates to the 24;'i. and a victory in the 1979 straw ballot next :Even! tJnnisjfi! woe ronM hose name respond ia CUDS and contfrtaoa. warned them about the danger of
I tittser cccsesdiail;" where a straw baBot ooLa month could prove equally benefkiaL changes: by the time thai is prated .S"-5'.derr sbtaatales mittprodoctMn playing with fire His presence! was
oar weather has been excefleat far the a tale cw and Bulk. is noted again last week at thousand of
last coapie weeks.. That is a lot cfiffereat .feat gets theca off to a good start to schools libraries clubs and other
from the daffy ram and bu lUaipeiatuits be w aatd at a bearier sgt* More gatherings as America observed National -
I Incest in Prime Time we had most of wePt-S tgker oaa I7 at.eaaingg Fire Prevention Week
September. _care amaey far the
catiks.a.Tbeddy. Smoker's most famous words are:

Good weather and ifii jiugtaeas cad- "Remember" only you caa present

vsst szrejy: mst,: be tIe: ultimate in stupid National Federation for Decency whose : have ....d a lot of attmty i6 doer is property fern< forest fires.
blued sad
this week. GreetS have been ; 8.eegraned,k can
t f'' ci t4'3 there nrArs t a Broadcasting: :: newsletter' now goes to more than 60,000 ia- reptaated aad: are growiag: weS a the dace: p to J50 paanis of atfrogca HI a And the Florida Division 01
S-n.e:: :: has defended its cootrarersial tnim- dutvidisals. PTAs and cburcb: groups.XFTD Lawtey area. Strawberry lid is be- s.cIr cr-wc--Thu iseaJlCb Forestry wholeheartedly agrees.
s& es ;ra.-i, flh and Blood: being ng prepared and plastic Ijfisng bodshflBtM a+asge.. tor ibid[and a warm season
SQel i tas .a-re i:, by sayizag the scenes deal- monitors not just television's saualsIaiimess : a .ost ddL floum.e eehatSLmeh p-asallbllHia far whole year. Last year in Florida the Drwoa dForestry
responded to ,I7I fires.
i q w the !I<: --.. oDda SOD by his but also wanton violence and other are sad jest abort piovaJe rfar a good Laying bed pDs1x far Tbe Saab reason that clover is a More than 8S.OM acres were damaged:
rrr- ire red ma tastdii" manner distasteful subjects. According to cohimntstWin. JIIaab.. god trop IK that it BpffVw'CS tilCiepioJmmie by these blazes. And that was a goodyear
That ss } e sssag the bebeadag d NFD bebeves that corporations sponsor .yUeia the beef herd auirprveees .

Qaees cf SczCs, eaacJd be dooe ia -tastefor* irg:: such: material on the air waves should bekicked Looks lie oar strs.tetry. pUats till calf crop on the rata.Yr. "Florida has been fortunate for along
rs where it hurts: them most-in the will be a bale late agaai tkas year, .J- aloe dascvser otherbenefits time as far as forest fires losses
of clover. He said that ranchers
especially tile.u that Iran
cutrif "
-tlsrongh the meaas d caas a are concerned. notes Division Director
aeed to set a planned
a.w..a. I aaderstaad that the!
.... iy. we barest: : sera the program Such methods can be effective for weather haul lifts cool eemagll asCaMonaa IIIat.rId fit Qiui. psrbcalajr: John M. Bethea."We like to think:

aa2 doefl ascend:: Bvk & ,.Bj,slits: topics: DO matter Ccomcirirnce or DOt) Sears withdrew as a sponsor .to pernut CIr plaacs .. production.practice to make: clover are that conscious it's because of the Florida's fact that citizens: "only
hew: -tasae uiy presexsred. a bit short efoarkharfeaiertarrffTirTtf of the execrable Three's C+o ipans' harden so they call be dug for sfenpp- pr'III It'e.. tb .. they can prevent C 'eL"

We regard ;t almost niutr+'iixtriy after an NFD protest. iIC. Tbere: are several orieties of aauiiniiilcawtis -
ene oore scare ia TVs game of cme- rural aid that wiQ "Still,man-caaaed: fins eontisae m
t cans rip, cute:I network byirg to outdi the In commenting on the race between movies We need! .set tar plants w.-e Ge gtww :...area.There are also two be faivand-away the most common
ccfaer: ia press vBoueoce, rape, bocaosex* and television to outdo each other in obscenity. first of!(..Haber 8 Cd gaud esw.tdr.elepmnat or inset ..... legMac* tike Frost. type of wudfire. Not all of then are
the*8er_ dIiII.N afawetl Mr call BU iieiou*, but a numberDivision
IIipiae: : os staggering
taifly.adstey aad cyIit pease moral George Win says: :.-Movies have" exhausted: the ta&.l1l aaliJlOd u... M frss4og RctesrebyyoarcaemtyAarat'satficXeS. are!..
dN tiaabraj ::a.t.oattract +rgaa power of""normal sex: and violence to entertainby '- to gtv* (end sa&ty sad fagiOsehr Starke rt fast aeed! soar .....- .".
&rh: :r as But shocking. Tbe pnMir. poor tMcg.: : is Jaded. .. f"-., .a. dncuss yoor records show that >Q% dan
in prsae fcae yet?: Before the kiddies bare Poor ILk isian: It hardly knows how to keep itsaudience ........ Mrs peaceSix the Tires it fought in 152 wwemancaused
good and 31 of those
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eyes gage 10 bed? IitiDated between commercials. ma' ......us" a ..... has has mtentMoallyset."Florida .
ISovies beaiae'bold':::: to entice:: people to leave p83t ... *.auMr... aide.oL .
la fczs Tuesday release. George Witt, tbeir Svrng rooms and pluck down$4 for admission. a : bep Members .is approaching its tn4i-
11.ad; rr Pod fe&.* "listdi r' cat cot the tcroes! of the gaotberocztdhr places: co cable television, so network televi and penrdaatih.are rspedei to "Bight BOW most of tile state is Iapmt'

-r-- : kisszag aaad starting to oadress: sicIII mast scramble: to keep op the pace. Hence: Dave ..Jea..r Extension Mutual Board_ / good is concerned shape as far'but as once groundmoBtare the
her qa"aairf left stacies ,><< to the: raargya*"** we hue'"tastefaIJT' dine iDcest." r.r... the Oanxntfy ddurtse4 cooler weather arrives that situation
b7 oily it...". ;the son-nxaza at tfae bedrocea W1Id rfarscepraas AX six satsabtrs of One adnsory can tarn around qtadOy. A notable
door as Ka es sedocfiveiy; ieaade.-Az1e r a -A steady cfiet of television does to the mind chart laar.eee at et radle avsetaoBeesBpaasaed board of the Fanaer-s .afar!rl Exof difference is seen when aa area goes

stiB awake kiddies? Aad prccatrj: : i a whit a steady diet CIf fast foods waaJd do to the $'tr -a. Die fae ..tae..vakaeiHe. .eleege...net.-tiICSept.; Stark were ..- edt4% _at_ Lrrai.beeves a few days wtoen

too oucsidmDg the Ttranl: Iadt ofpoficicg jarezfial body Bat. why do more people worry moreoCsBtaaa rod IIiIat C'WI'J'miD e.t RasRatweuds Ie c.e-nI. Xaaager 7.Jabs-
cf what the chOdrea are aDo.ed toaystaad a.bcIGt: the of the air than abbot the laid aRsaeid. have lit least SIIadL. Torert tires are so datiutUxaaJ
-arm ca the "faoooi t& x>.- p ?**""of the airwaves?More about junk food .e field ell cl.vet .. unnecessary.- Betbea continued.
lac the body than junk food I.Cae JDiDd'asks The_*saa board iaetedes: F.C 'Werge t.trymastobernet. tact a
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that people "bur y at : : ,comments: air Wl.,ruz1Y more about poUutfina of the environment( than am" came ... e1I.tIa' .. .. .
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I I Clay Shrine Club Barbecue Dlpnor Saturday: I I

(i The Clay County Shrine Club wUl ; oI Al w !
sponsor a BarB-Q chicken dinner [ 64lide71te
\' and gospel sing this Saturday,Oct.30, ,
at the clubhouse on SR-209 in Orange

p Park.The gospel ing Wjooty Society CJitor

Weeks Family the Genecoifodgee
Trio. UM Bellamy family and Anchormen

Quartet. Three-year-old Teresa Bailey and Michael 1 Jakubiszen
Trade Lynn Rhoden will be the I

daughter special guest of Mike singer.and Janice Tr.cle"Rhoden the Wed October 5 in Church of God

of Green Cove Springs, and granddaughter -
of Mr. and Mrs W.C. Miss Teresa Kay Bailey, daughter seed pearls secured her waist length
Rhoden of Starke and Mr. and Mrs. of Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Bailey of veil of old lace trimmed with lace ruf
James Weeks of Green Cove Springs. Starke and Michael Jakubiszen, son fle. She carried a cascade bouquet of
Dinner will be served from 11 a.m. k of Mrs. Peggy Jakubiszen of East white miniature carnations pompoms
until... Singing will begin at 2 p.m. Detroit. Mich were united In marriage baby's breath and light blue
and last until... a. Saturday, Oct. S at 7 p.m. In the silk rosebuds with white satin
---- Donations: adults $3.50, children Church of God Starke with Rev. MJC. streamers.
Trade ; under 12, $2.90. Admission availableat Drake performing the nuptials. reception was held In the church }
I Lynn Rhoden.
the door. Fellowship Hall where Mrs. Charles
Centering the altar was an arch Schmitt greeted the guests the t
Mrs. Clyde Sinclair Entertained at candelabra flanked by two seven- door. Miss Carla Sue King kept the t.
branch tree candelabra and two bride's book.Standing .
I baskets of white carnations pompoms in the receiving line were
Family Dinner SundayMrs. .. peach colored mums light blue the bride and groom their parents
w pompoms and baby's breath against a and bridal attendants.
Clyde Sinclair entertained at a Among the family attending the background of areca palms and spr_ At points of interest in the hall was
family dinner Sunday at her home on dinner were Mr. and Mrs. Jerry \ r In greenery and baskets of flowers
E. Call Street following the christen- Williams and family of Keystone Ming a program of nuptial behind the cake table.
.ling of her granddaughter, Erica Mr. and Mrs. T.H. Slade and music were trio Mrs. Rhonda Ooora, All the tables were covered with
Michelle at the morning service at the Mr. andMrs. T.C. Chastain, Jr. Mrs. Nelda Davis and Miss amass lace cloths over blue underlay. The
First United Methodist Church. An arrangement of pink daisies and Mosley and soloist Rev. M.E. Drake. bride's table was centered with a four
baby's breath was used on the buffet Jimmy Johnson of Jacksonville tiered white wedding cake flanked by
Erica daughter of Tommy and table and matching smaller arrangements t.' served as best man and the ushers two five-branch candelabras with
Evelyn Chastain was born April 20, were used on the smaller were Tom and Paul Bailey. blue tapers.The cake featured foun-
1979. Paternal grandparents are Mr. dining tables. Mrs. Delores Tlllman attended as tain at the bottom and accented with
and Mrs.T.C. Chastain Jr., maternal Little Erica wore an heirloom matron of honor. She wore long dus- tiny blue rosebuds cheribums and
grandparents are Mrs. Sinclair and christening gown that has been In the L ty blue gown of qlana knit with low doves and topped with two love birds.
the late Clyde W. Sinclair and the Sinclair family for 35 years and was scoop neck and wide capelet collar. The cake was also encircled with
great grandmother Is Mrs. Jessie R. worn by her mother at her christen- She wore peach colored pompoms in greenery and peach pompoms. Serving
Chastain of Bedford Lake. ing. her hair and carried an arm bouquetof the cake were Mrs. Carolyn
4I' peach colored mums with blue Joyner and Miss Joan Bennett I
Mrs. John C. Greene Entertained streamers.Mrs. The punch table held two crystal ,
I Anna Bailey and Miss Tina punch bowls and was centered with
Bailey attended as bridal attendants. an arrangement of greenery and
Oct. 13 At Bridesmaids Luncheon ,.. They wore long midnight blue gownsof peach pompoms with burning ..,blue I
qlana knit with lace long sleeved tapers. Presiding at the punch table a.
Mrs. John C. Greene entertained at Anita Green and Angle Barber also Ei ;::; ] Jackets and peach colored pompoms were Mrs. Ratha Bennett and Mrs.
a bridesmaid's luncheon Saturday the flower girl Miss Holly Hatcher ,f. ;: In their hair. They carried arm bou- Gail Bailey.
Oct. 13 at the Greene's new home at Mrs. Gloria Hatcher Mrs. Marion 11 quets of peach colored mums with Miss Gall Rhoden served the
Camp Blanding honoring Miss Kathy Douglas Mrs Charles Darby and blue streamers. groom's cake which was deep
Taylor whose marriage to Charles Mrs. Betty Allen -,..-.-... 1.rIT'\ _..._-- ... ..... MOl I r Nicole Bailey served as flower girl chocolate three layer topped with a
Green will be an event of Saturday. At points of interest in the party In a long dusty blue print gown with ,bride holding the groom by the coattail -
Oct. 20.The ,rooms were two large blooming Mr. and Mrs. Michael Jakublsiena capelet collar Eugene Johnson. was and flanked with blue tapers in
head table was covered with a shrimp colored begonias silk flowers ring-bearer.. single silver candle holders, ball and
white lace Army-Navy cloth and and African violets Miss Kathy Taylor Shower HonoreeMiss Given in marriage by her father the chain Billy Jack and hand cuffs.
centered with an arrangement of pink Mrs. Ronnie Tomlinson assisted in bride wore a long white Victorian Following a wedding trip to
carnations and white mums flanked caring for the guests.STARLING "' style gown with fitted bodice accentedat Daytona Beach the couple is residingin
by white tapers entwined with Kathy 'Taylor bride-elect of white lace overlay. Centering the the waist with satin ribbon and Jacksonville.The .
asparagus fern in silver candelabras. Oct. 20, was honored with a lingerie table was a wicker basket arrangement roses low scoop neck with insert of bride is a 1976 graduate of
China handpainted place. cards were shower on Thursday Oct. 11.given by of blue silk flowers and peacock old lace trimmed with lace ruffle, Bradford High School.
used. Mrs. George Canova and Mrs. feathers balanced by candleholders long fitted lace sleeves and chapel The groom is a graduate of East
Seated at the head table were: the William McRae at the home of the made of glass insulators holding train trimmed with old lace. She worea Detroit High School and is an aircraft '
honoree her mother, and grandmother FAMILY latter on Kingsley Lake. White tape..s.The diamond necklace a gift from the engineer at Jacksonville Naval Air
1 Mrs. Bobby L. Taylor and REUNION Oct.28 Entertainment was provided 'during honoree received many lovely groom. Her Juliet cap of old lace and Station.
Mrs. W.R. Eatman Sr., mother and the evening by Miss Lynn Moxley personal gifts from each guest.
grandmother of the prospective The Starling family reunion will be and Mrs. Bobby Taylor mother of the Mrs. Taylor mother of the bride-
groom Mrs. Herbert Green and Mrs.J held Sunday Oct.28 at the F.R.StarlIng' bride-elect; this resulted as a consequence elect and Mrs. Herbert Green Club
H. Fields and Mrs. Cindy McRae s place on Sampson Lake. for being the winners of a unique mother of the groom-elect were Jim Duncan, Speaker At Starke Woman's I
maid of honor. Members and friends are invited to game enjoyed by the group. special guests.
The three card tables were covered bring a covered dish; dinner will. be Guests were requested to bring ad- Jim Duncan principal of Bradford Copeland.Mrs. Mary Anne Toth Mrs.
with handmade white lace cloths and served at 1 p.m. ditional unmarked gag gifts for a t DUPLICATE BRIDGE High School spoke on community and Jack Trawlck Mrs. T.H. O'Steen
centered with blooming African Rlcki Starling and his band will our basket which was presented to the CLUB RESULTS school relationships at the Starke Mrs. E.E.Tanner. Mrs. Elzie Sanders
Violet plants. Seated at these tables sent country and western music bride-elect as a surprise. ,. Woman's Club luncheon-meeting and Mrs. Joan Chitty
were the bride's attendants: Miss ing the afternoon. The refreshment table was covered ::-Tielng for first place at Duplicate Wednesday of last week.A Plans were discussed for the
Lisa Mitchell Mrs.Ann Rhoden Miss with a blue satin cloth topped with Bridge' Tuesday night were Mr. and highlight of the meeting was a Parade of Homes which will be Sunday
Mrs. Gerald Moran and Mr,'and Mrs. sola ,by. the president, Mrs. W.H. Dec. 9. Tickets, will go on sale in
I F.J. Shaw and Mrs. S.W Hamilton; Thomson followed by group.singing.! ; early Novembenr' .v. ,"r;>nrrra'
r w 1,. ,uc "1"'U' second were Cecelia Terwlllegar and... Min.- welcomed club
rn Mar .1. Eva; Mathewson. into the M.C Olympics to be held in
r.rY.F 'The club plays at the Holiday Inn Wells Mrs. Carolyn Redgrave Mrs. November. By an overwhelming vote.
every Tuesday night starting at 7:30 Robert Green Mrs. Frank Brown. the club voted to sponsor a membership
Mrs. W.S. Haas. Mrs. George in Sunland Training Center.
p.m;and Is open to bridge players.
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October 11.me TELEGRAPH Page f A

Junior Woman's Club Planning Spooky Teen ,. ..' f
I Dance Alicia Homrich Speaks at !

Halloween Dance for Oct. 31 Saturday, Oct. 27 .. ..- Homemakers Meeting Oct. 11 "
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.a Junior Woman's club made ,. tkketa for .. :;1. .1 .
plans for a teenage dance Wednes- i i ehib memben. are available from Starke Golf and CCA ., Ms. Alicia M. Homrkh Kxlension Development is also included .la I
d41tOct.31,from to Home Economics: Agnot, was guest She stated Is certified
7 9:30 p.m. the,' The club met some. she a \
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club house at their October meeting Presbyterian the First spooky teen dance will be held at speaker at the Bradford County teacher In Home Economics: and to
Monday night of but week. where Church sanctuary the Starke Golf and Country Club on j Homemaker's Club which met Thursday Education and her Job la to commit
Joey Hems
'Mrs. Robert L. Hall, president presented a and Doug York Saturday Oct. 37, from a to 11 p.m. : ... morning Oct. 11 at thAgriculture research findings to people in a way
presided over the meeting where piano recital during the for age groups 7th grade and up. ., .' Building In Starke. they can understand Her servicesare :
plan were also made for a fall luncheon program.Refreshments Come in costume.Nonmemben 'WI-.. Ms. Uomrich explained the difference open to all, regardless of race
were served during $3. Please call for ..,.':' between Home Extension
to be held Saturday Nov. 3, the social hour : color: sex or national origin.A .
Carolyn and
from 11:30: a.m. to 1:30: am. Advance I Susan Dugger. Autry Oct. 25.064-5667. Agent and Home Economics agent urge field Is covered: Including
Refreshments and chaperones are .,. and stated her title Is "Home food and nutrition clothing and tex
',. ; Economics Agent". In training for tiles family and child developments '
Mrs. : i
Shaper Birthday r
I Wednesday her Job she graduated from the planning needs of family boualnJana ,
Florida International University witha environment and health and safety.
Mrs. Peggy Shatter celebrated her l .I, The refreshment table was C.E. BraddockFamily i.'Ii i.. master's degree in Vocational She keeps people informed of these ;f
birthday Wednesday night of last centered with en arrangement of mix Home Economics: Education. Before needs and their changes In the fast '
I .week when Mr. and Mrs. Warren ed fall flowers. Reunion I coming here she worked as a County changing society. She has already
Winkler and Mr. and Mrs. Robert APIII'OXImatelyl4IUeata assisted In Home Economics Agent with Palm sent one newsletter, asking what subjects
Underbill gave a party for her at the celebrating the occasion with Mrs. \ Beach County Cooperative Extension the Interested
home of the latter on Morgan Road. Sheller between the hours 8 and 10, Held Sunday, Oct. 7 ;. Service. She stated she is here to ple not already on her glistwere

-- -'" ..." serve and help] all the people In bradford invited to register. She plans to
The C.E. Braddock annual family and Union counties.
r reach people every month through the
reunion was held Sunday Oct. 7, at Tyson Family Reunion Ms. Homrlch explained the newsletters and sometimes on radio
the home of Mr. and Mrs. L.K. Cooperative Extension Service by explain programs. She plans one or two programs
A SLATERS. Whitehead on Crystal Lake. Pictured above at the Tyson family that it ia divided into three for the public this year and one
FAA Five generations were representedat reunion recently are OWe Tyson of or funding. partly from the wW be on "Simple Gift Ideas". She
301 S. the reunion Including those from SUrke, daeghter Betty Lou Johnsonof County,the University of Florida and Bays she has also had "Learn by .
7A.M.-12P.M. A Walnut St. New York, Houston Milwaukee and Micclenny. fraoddauKhlcr. Marie the U.S.D.A.-SEA. Among things In- Mail" Courses and some may be Interested \
Atlanta. Freeman and peat granddaughter. eluded In this third funding part are In that i I
83 members of the family from ages Erica Freeman both of Sasderaon.esBSNaescenseat 4-H clubs some agriculture programsand The next craft workshop will be
OTOR Oil RC ar mm two months to 88 years old enjoyedthe home economic programs. A new Thursday Oct. 25 at 10 a.m. and
tal9 covered dish dinner and program marine advisory, has been members friends and visitors are
? II OR PEPSI fellowship. added to some counties. Community asked to carry a "brown bag" lunch.
3 eta. ", 29 Tax' The late C.E. Braddock. father of Mr. and Mrs E.R. Smyth of Largo The club meets in the Agriculture
18 Cz. .11 Mrs. Whitehead,would have been 100
8 were visiting Mrs.Bertha Pearce last building in Starke.
Plus Tax years old on the day of the reunion. Friday and Saturday. Miss Susan Akers,

Borden's. All BRANDS BEER t.-.c exoe Miss Louise Stern celebrated her Thomas Nettles Old Fashioned 'j

MILK G.I. *1.9 $t 0 0 Case Wednesday Mrs. Let: with Green the spent Sunday Green to birthday Methodist last Women's Friday Sunday when School the Wedding Nov. 2 Cake Walk Held At
class had
Over Cost whale a luncheon for her at the
family In Gainesville their Holiday Inn with
,,' parents were out of town on business. tending. seven at Mr. and Mrs John Akers of Lake KLPOA SupperAn
Butler and Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Schlenther of St. Petersburg are proud old-fashioned cake walk under
to announce the approaching marriage the direction of George and Margaret
of their daughter Susan Melin- Brown was the entertainment
da to Thomas David Nettles, son of highlight! of the covered dish supper ,
SIOOO.OO CASH WINNERS PLAYING Mrs. Miriam Nettles of Winter Haven held In !the Kingsley Lake community' "
and the late Ellis. Nettles of Lake center last Friday night
MONDAY NIGHT Butler Nineteen homemade cakes were
Miss Akers, a graduate of Union
awarded to the lucky winners and
f4 -- County High School, Is currently over $100 was raised for the Association.
employed by Suwannee River .
IEt W Pfqtb an $: Economic Council, Inc. Among the guests at the supper
Mr. Nettles a graduate of Union were the following Clay County officials
County High School Is currently .
: George Carlisle clerk of the
I CHURCH TIIIABUMR $100.00 .WINNERS employed by W.O. Johnson and Sons circuit court, and Mrs. Carlisle;
IAN'*" AVI.MITHOOItTCHURCH Construction Co.Theweddingwiltake. Sheriff and Mrs. Jennings Murrhee;
OEOROIA _. County Commissioners Wayne S ivey
USA E"l"sloTT BARBARA OUfftf NBD PRATT .. .. : Nov. 3, at 7:30: p.m. at the Church of and Hank Bruning and Mrs. Brun-
PtC yOUwEao.EAi ATTN MMS. JOHN BMOUOUS MARTIN O: SLITtM .A.... Jesus Christ of Latter-Day-Saints at county sanitation officer
\ Winnln ___ :: : Harry
., "" IRENE BALL MRS. OEOROS JORDAN .... .- Oak Grove. Riggs and Mrs. Rlggs.
hitsfglN p nit PHYLLIS CARMEN CMBRAUtT WATERS SAXON NELSONDAVID ROBERTS "AM NANSENFRAHCIt P. MO8LEYSILLT t poetibilitias w '. .". ."<.' No Invitations are being sent, but At a meeting of KLPOA directors
PHRCS SHSNNV A. WILLIS MICHAROSON _.'OJ all friends and relatives are invited to Saturday morning, the resignation of
par Waek i attend. Gerald Moran as president was ac

YOU president, appointed E.L. Matthewsas
chairman of a committee to
HIM RRi1IYI'IINwlwA iwme MM I Met NN.N l AUTO nominate a new president to fill the
Combination \l9s ewni1U11M.WIl.sum.W
Fryer Pkg. vacancy.
Plans were made for a chicken fry
Beef Blade Chuck Steak LI$171 90W i : to be held Saturday Nov. 10, at the
,Mini IMI it Maim nun..e :1i community center. Tickets will be on
Boneless Beef Chuck Roast $1", a + Gene Ross sale in advance at S3 per person
I/I M$11 NnNIu N. Nn N
Waatlr2 Spars Ribs""., u93d.Beet J,
KM IM I t t tn Ma : Q. IIow can I keep my Debbie Scott and
Cubed k'St.k': u'' ." 1 P, brakes from .
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Boneless Stewing Beef tillul" squeal comes and foes Reggie Flynn'

IM..11 M I!. 3 TO 8 with no set pattern
Wed Oct. 12 in Brooker
Smoked Picnics LI oov" 5 Les when the wheels are
IM tn t umm vmir.... till A/p0 AVG. I 4 Sle+ ,ti/nl rolling but disappear
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Miss Debra Scott daughterof
Fresh Pork' Steaks tillu'l La r when the brakes Gayle
IM.MtuiminunftuitiHiumMMCenter SAYS 300 A LB SAYE 30d A Lit SAVE 400 A Ls are Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Scott of
Cut Pork Chops u'lIMI applied. Brooker and James Reginald Flynn.
of Mr. and Mrs. George B. Flynn
Sliced Loin Half Pork Loin 114. iMt at MBI M Meim mm w./wr not a squeal but s warning of Jr.of Starke were united in marriage
wrlswwlNr Smoked Sausage $248i Pantry Pride Sour Cream 78v" I'1"' worn brake lloirs. Brakes Friday Oct. 13 at 8:00: P.M. In the
,il" when ... home of the bride's parents.
98" IM M M m UM r miAss't. "iqu only they
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Sliced Bacon Ends
Chipped Meats (% hnijprid'Cottap; Cheese Mn Boneless; Ham Slices u'2"i88(5/ applied. Built-in wear indicators Miss Kim Dampier of Gainesville
fle make a different kind served as the bride's maid of honor
Claussen Assorted Pickles Pantry'Pride'' :'okiraml: S141! Pantry IN 'Naa Pride Cream.. Cheese 73( _iehbl'OIl Spread (% hard of noise only and when the brakes noUe Is and best man was Gray Flynn
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IM..*.HUM Hams Fyne Taste Meat Franks 9Bi$2M( Sealtest Cottage Cheese flu LOTS OF--: .:Iro::-. NOT from applied.the University A recant of study In- ducted double-ring by Dr. Denton ceremony Sumrsll.was con-the
Red Snapper Fillets $1" Gr'liiMtfr'as Bordens wIN1N1 American MU Singles fie CHICKEN ::=" dance brakes Indicates are a factor that In 40 worn percent presence of the immediate family. A

-11I S11., UM W net M Ulf tawna... of automobile accidents reception followed In the : wino Ni
Mallows Shrimp Rolls $ sue u1ii iw i11.. 48.
Fyne Taste Meat BoloenaMPOMTIO !13' Fyne Spred Oleo Qtrs. 43",. IWUTWNINW,1..c.o where owner neglect mulls The couple will reside
la mechanic malfunction. Tallahassee area.
w.w r.NTAr rRwa HYGRADD IFaUZIlt qunNS The built-in wear indicator
SLICED DIN8ERfeuwT used by manufacturersmakes n-t..-c..cWE'RESORRY
tMIMtPAVTDACON. COOKED SMOKED I FRESHLY HOT DOC I It ="'.:::......... .::W4 an intermittent scraping
I HAM ", =_:W1WY1.- sound.Do not ignore this

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pn Dull: them
lUCID 'place if the pad are
B ElF : thin.Aitonotive. In the Magic Needle annual show
write up appearing In last week'
SHANK 78 c SAYE 300 A y paper w. left out the name of Mrs.
CUT Le Parts Center Muriel Gilhooly II a winner In the ist-
$ chhook division where she
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Pages TELEGRAPII October IS.ItTt

New Pastor Bethel Baptist : Kingsley Baptisthomecoming Stove grills can ba cleaned by making them over-

II rr, Tl Sunday night in hot water and two cup of detergent..

Homecoming Set For SundayEveryone
Kingsley Lake Baptist Church will 1
celebrate the annual Homecoming ),
is Invited to come Sundayfor years and attended Brunswick Jr. Day this Sunday, Oct. 21.
Homecoming Day and to meet;the College. Rev. Teston went into the The day begins with Sunday Schoolat I II
new pastor Rev. Ray Te ton and ministry and moved to Jacksonville 10 a.m. Huey D. Perry, former It I
family; wile, Paula and daughter, to attend Luther Rice Seminary. He pastor, will speak at the 11 a.m. worship -
Candace, age 2. of Jacksonville Fl. married the former Paula Home who service, with dinner on the t
Originally from Alma, Ga., Rev. graduated from Paxon Sr. High r grounds following. dr
Teston is a graduate of Bacon Co. School of Jacksonville. Perry served the Kingsley Lake ,
High School; served In the Army for 3 Guest speaker for Sunday mill., be Church from 1961-43. He Is currentlywith i I
former pastor Rev. Dorsey Laymarof the Southern Baptist Home Mission FROHTOURM0.1GARDEN
Orange Park.Gospel song will be Board In Atlanta
Halloween CarnivalAt brought by the nationally known Michael Anderson pastor, invites 4 '
Spokesman Quartet of Jacksonvilleand all friends and former members to at CENTERE2ii
the Conway Family of Yulee.Fla. tend.
Grace Baptist Come out for a great day In the Lord. \.' ,,. .. .,." I

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The of Grace Church
youth Baptist I Huey D.Perry
will sponsor a Halloween CarnivalOct. MEAL BLOOD MEAL JACK-0-LANTER
20,from 8 p.m.-lO p.m.on the va-
cant lot west of DeWitt C. Jones : X:>>; M: ::;;::!::.-ro'f<<:>.::::::::::::r.:' ..3-10-0 12-0-0 CLAY POTS
Funeral Home Bayless Highway ; .
Everyone is invited to attend. #L Cltrd Of Thinks J o"31' lb.."'.", a" 0"\.'<<' 241 .0.2"' ."...0"'t 450 ".g. IS"" ;i I

RevivalNext WeekRevival LIMITED! SUPPLY


YOUTH DAY SET FOR SUNDAY +I e+#e will at The family of May Fri PETUNIAS ( .CABBAGE 71
ATSTARKE CHURCH OF GOD begin Bayless.. wish to thank our many for PANSIES 001' 599
Church Oct. COLLARDS
Highway Baptist 21 20 kindness )
their and
This Sunday, 10-21-79, will be a !;.f k/ at 7:30 nightly The Evangelist will be the lOllS of our beloved sympathy sister and during aunt. DIANTHUS to'' Or et'.do. e pak Tray BROCCOLI i
Medeiros from El
Rev. Sam Monte
special day for the youth at the Starke ,
Church of God. The Youth will begin California. Come hear this dynamicold MUMS PELUTIZED WEED-N-FEED
their day with a breakfast at 8:30: a.m. fashion preaching. Special music t roe a0 A q..... 10-10-10 ISO Ib.56M W..ds A* H F..d.
Then the youth are to be in charge of nightly. Nursery will be provided. o 1111.. 'or. r" 6-a-a BO lb.. 1315 5'9R.O.' e'. I
the morning and evening services, 4HHI so ib. e II Ib
which will include a youth choir Rev. Dave Medeiros pastor lid PINE LEVEL BAPTIST CHURCH
special youth singing, youth ushers, church family cordially Invites aU to 34fe mi.west of Starke-H wy 100 2111 N. Temple
and out-of-town guest speaker. come and pray with us. Roman Alvarez Pastor Starke COOPER'S {
Sunday School will begin at 10 a.m.,
Sunday Radio
with morning worship services begin- -(WPXE)-8:35.Morning: Broadcast Phone .,RY" LA"'D c.to.P
ning at 11 a.m. Evening services will School-10:00: l.tL! co.t
Rev.Sam Mrdclro Morning WorshipamSunday : 064-8104
at 7
p.m.sotr'deH Evening: Adult Choir OUR SERVICES INCLUDE: I

6:30, Evening Worship-7:00.:
Wednesday Evening: Mid-Week
SENIOR CITIZEN'S DA Y AT There are about 100 mill io>n dog and cats In the US. Service.7:30.Adult Choir Rehearsal. SPRINKLER SYSTEMS .TRACTOR WORK FREE ESTIMATES

honor church Pine and the Level community Senior Baptist Citizens in Church special of services will the- r'i INSTEAD OF SHOPPING AllOVER TOWN

on Sunday, October 21. Activities
will begin at 10 a.m. Special 38AV6 i'i'GASt
recognition will be given to all Senior
Citizens 60 years old and older. There ; ...your little neighborhood
will be old-time gospel singing by 'SAVE] SHOP ALL OVER ECKERD'S

Mrs.the church's Gillantme own from Senior Pensacola Citizens and TlMEtfSAVEl department store.

Quartet.service Following lunch will the morning be served worship in- MONEY!:, '. ., '" ., .. ,- ... .. . ,, ... ..- .

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Each Senior Citizen present will J
receive a small memento of the occa-

sion.Everyone 60 years old and older is
invited to attend. Please call them
church office, 964-6490, for reserva- MYLANTA V. *t'

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House for the parents of JROTC t i ik
cadets. ,,car I /I Stainless steel,double edge. '+ 5-oz.deodorant bar.REG.49* Ptasticwlthtle-ups. Box of 30,
This year there were several ,I w Pack of S. LIMIT 1 each. LIMIT 2 '' REG. $2.19 LIMIT 1 ,
special presentations by the staff I,:! t+ r
members. However, Major Mike wg
Dahnke had to give the Battalion REACH
Commanders speech due to cir
cumstances beyond his control. This TOOTHBRUSH69IhBVJOhnSOn&
year's staff gave briefings on their
different areas of responsibility.They r
were Major Mike Dahnke, Captain
Ella Mann Captain Cecil Prenton, &\ a
Captain Carlton Jones Captain Jac- .r LIMIT 2I
queline Betterson and Captain Janice
Browning. ASSORTED
There were also presentations by CARPET SNACK SIZE INSECTICIDES L
the Rifle Team,Drill Team and Color I- MATS HERSHEYBARS All Insecticides ":
Guard. This year's Color Guard EYE DROPS Uisiii I ,!! Assorted colors patterns. Raid. Real Kill &Including D-Con. 7 I I'h

of presented the Open the House.colors at The the Drill beginning Team $ -oz.plastic 18" x;,24". size. Choose Milk Chocolate, 25% OFF ,.. ..
bottle. LIMIT 1 REG. $1 39 --
did very well,although at a disadvantage 99 s p glmondorReeseCups..
L1i REG. .99 LIMIT 1
being as young as they are. They : SSC. REGULAR PRICE
demonstrated some of the basic I"il .
manual of arms, for the parents. ti'i: .
The Rifle Team showed the dif 159 ,- "
ferent positions of firing and explained '
safety steps taken while firing on HEAD & SHOULDERS r ETAGERE 4._.
All range.teams should be commended fora ,\ SHAMPOO LATCH HOOK ) Wood grain vinyl laml-
job well done. The staff and cadets i 15-oz.bottlefor y RUG KIT "vrxatrrraro nate,55K'x11TA"x27Y".
all sincerely hope that the 9 dandruff control. Easy,to 8Ss mble.REG. r
parents 19 Includes yarn& Instructions $44.99 ., ,
were enlightened as to what goes on in LIMIT 1 iaudr ,Assorted designs.REG -
JROTC. i .-$988
This week's announcements are: 3.499
1.Another dance is in the planning for 6' .
Nov. 16.
2.All Staff Meetings are held Monday COVER GIRLMASCARA
mornings at 7:45.: ( ,. \ LIFESAVERS
3. The Paper Drive is still going on .
Cadets please bring In all old j
newspapers. 9 \Assorted shades. --mot & BUBBLE YUM ALUMINUM
Captain Janice Browning Assorted flavors. DRYER
P.I.O.S5Card DEODORIZER REG.$1.29LIMIT1 Tubular >accordion
Just sprinkle vacuum. type construction.Compact -
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thankfulness your prayes and kind- Ij LIMIT 1 : /
nesses during the loss of
one. For the many cards,flowers and rg, 12.0Z TRAVEL- :
food. A special thanks to the Archer.' KITCHEN TUMBLER

Tanner Funeral Home, Bradford SINK SET Keeps beverages hot or cold. .
High School, Rev, & Mrs. M.E. i Drink without spilling.Double "
Drake, Rev. & Mrs. Gene Bass, the RAVE 3 piece set In assorted wall lnsulatl 0 n.Dishwasher
Starke Church of God and to the many colors. REG. $2.99 O safe plastic. REG. $3.99

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We would like to take this 'opportunity packed can. REG. \ I
to express our appreciation for $1.39 LIMIT 1
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the many acts of kindness expressed r HAPPYTIME .
i to us during the recent! loss of our lov VASELINE % SERVINGTRAY TAPE =--
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Merle was the greatest of Bible VmllM Ideal for snacksor 1 -- fir%"x 6 I II'*! ..
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May God richly bless each of you. .'
,. Love la Christ,
The Family of I.
Rev.Merle L.Packham

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I ********* Stance ElementaryScllooINewstt i ..... ......Uampton.Ui.Lites h a4, 4a, a h .4 I
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rerwrai interested in uw Halloween aP lea. students from two elementary school. .9- ay i/olmea, Meagi nerpinnoayonoct 1& She la happy
Carnival met Monday Oct 16 at 7 drink willed In FiatMend in different counties. Phone 468-lflS Hampton Lake. to be home recuperating from
p.booth U you are not aware ol your The show will be taped Saturday, if I Vkltors J'' and to
assignment, please contact Individual school pictures were Oct 20, and will be aired on Saturday, Senior Citizen Mrs. Arlene Koehter of Fox River dur5er Ahhhaa.anLbert
your child'a teacher If you wish to taken on Monday,Oct. IS.Retakes for Oct. >7. at 10:30 on Channel The Hampton Senior Citizens Club 111., flew in to Gainesville last week Bare with her,
participate and have not signed up. children: absent will be announced To represent SE are: Dona Bon- wul meet on Friday, Oct. 19 at 2 for a three day visit with her father Happy Birthday to Kathy Fentoo
please contact Mrs. David Jackson or later. nette Steve Jones, Brad Green, o'clock in the Hampton City HalL All Mr. and Mrs. Lysle Williams andfamily. who celebrated on Oct. 15.
Harold Davia, Carnival Chairmen,01'd11Id'1 The Elementary Science workshop Kelley Jackson,Cindy Pa ado.Logan are welcome! She attended the horse auction
your teacher. will be held on Wednesday, Oct. 24. Ricks, Maria Thomas, Yolanda ..-..Club at Ocala with Lysle and purchased Hampton Elementary School
Carnival raffle tickets: will be sold and Wednesday, Nov. J. in Room 27 Walker, Mike Pike, Phillip Moore Donna Mowry reports that the a nice horse which will be
by 4th and 5th graders from Starke from 3:304:30. Please be prompt: if Stephanie Sams,Lynn Barber Chuck Hampton 4-H Club met on Oct.8 at the transported to her boarding farm in Planning Day
Elementary The tickets: are $1 each you plan to attend. A Teaching/ Coburn, Barbara Mosley and Gary home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Waters. Illinois.Lysle. Friday. October 19, la a School
and the prize is $too CASHI Please Techniques for Classroom Manage- Wise. Members attending were Darla and says that if anyone wonders Planning Day.Students will be free to
support this sale.Halloween Carnival ment" workshop began on October 16 During the lit Six Weeks of school Debbie Roberts, Donna Mowry about the monstrosity on his' front rake yards, wash windows babysit,
booth tickets will be IS cents each or 7 and 17, and will conclude Tuesday, our Parent Volunteers put in 830 Shelley/ and Dana Macway. Lynn and ,lawn it .Is only a Dunkin' Booth for a or play that day.
for$t at the school. If you buy tickets Oct. 23."It's. hours of volunteer work. We deeply Doll Waters. Kim Smith and Tammy Halloween Carnival.
at the carnival, the price will be 20 Elementary", a Saturday appreciate these dedicated parents Bauldree. New members enrolling Mr. and Mrs. Paul Meng visited Report Cards
cents each. morning television show on Channel a grandparents. We also have college were Robin Grlffis, their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Students were sent home with
Our Carnival will be held at the 4. which challenges students and. students with brothers and Johnny Bryan. Bill Meng, Dana and Michael In St. report cards on Tuesday. Parents are
Bradford County Fairgrounds from shows that students ARE still learning sisters attending our school who are Plana were made for a Halloween Petersburg over the weekend. They requested to sign attached slips of
5-8:30: p.m. There will be ample parkIng will have 15 of our 5th graders putting in volunteer hours while at- Party to be held on Oct. 19 at the also visited their daughter and family receipt and desired comments.
space. In our Country Store there participating.There tending classes themselves. Many Waters home.Refreshments. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth McClure,
will be goods sold and a Jack-o-lantern are 78 schools in the viewing thanks go to ALL of our volunteerswho of cookies and punch Kasey and Ryan in Tampa. Also A-B Honor Roll
pinata.The pony rides will be from 9-8 area and Starke Elementary was take time from their busy were served by Kim Smith, Debbie while Tampa they visited their aunt Students attaining all A's and B's
p.m. Don't miss these attractions! honored to be selected to participate. schedules to help others. If you are In- and Darla Roberta. and uncle, Mr. and Mrs John for the first six weeks grading period
There will be a booth selling candied Also included on the program will be terested hi being a volunteer, please The next meeting Is scheduled for Manker. Before returning home they are:
contact Mary Ann Kyle at school: from November 5 at 7 o'clock at the Harold enjoyed the attractions at Busch Mrs.Jean Clark's first grade-Janet
8-3:30.: Telephone number 864-6091, Waters home. Gardens. Bunner, Melissa Byrd, Marcie
DeWitt C.JonesFuneral We can still use YOU! Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Meng and Carpenter Aimee Hodges, Shannon
In Joy Tetstone's room the Most nappy Anniversary Angela enjoyed a covered dish dinnerIn Hughes Billy Meres, Don Roberts
Improved Writers are: Truin Blye, Happy Anniversary to Sylvesterand Jacksonville on Sunday with their and Kim Sheppard.Mrs. .
Montque Banks,Charles Ragland and Betty Smith who celebrated their aunt Mrs. Hazel Sparkman. Joyce McMillan's second
HomeDeWITT Alisha Manning:: Wonderful Writersare 37th Wedding Anniversary on October grade-Allison Archey Michael

: Johnny Siegmund. Kenny 111Jerry Happy Birthday Campen, Cindy Davis, Rhonell Estes.
DeSue, Lisa Brown Freddy Cain and Margaret Wadsworth Kenny Crawford celebrated his 12th Glenn Friese.Stefanie Hughes Misty
C. JONES Robert Hankerson, Scott Allen, Tommy celebrated their 19th Wedding An- birthday which occurs on Oct. 19 with Koehler and Karla Marie Rush.
Balkcom and J.J. Burch niversary on Saturday by a trip to an early party last Saturday with 15 Third graders taught by Mrs.
HAROLD A. JOHNSON Marvelous Mathematicians are: Horseshoe Beach. Congratulations! friends. Besides a cake decoratedwith Arlene Rich and Mrs. Melanie Steidl:
Chris Dinkins, Lisa Brown, Kenny October Birthdays a Halloween theme, soft drinks Tina Branham, Brian Davis, QuInton
STARKE KEYSTONE DeSue, Freddy Cain, Adrian Mosleyand Frankle Rahme turned 10 at 10 and snacks they enjoyed apple bobb- Ford,Billy Home, Billy Jordan,Terri
Tommy Balkcom. Those reedy o'clock on Oct. 161 She celebratedwith ing, football, a dance contest won by Kennan and John Rahme.
964-6200 4733176 ing a Perfect Attendance Certificate a shopping trip in Gainesville. Billy Bauldree and Lisa Hall, and a Mrs. Mlndy Seville's fourth grade-
for the lit Six Weeks in Mrs. Hope Elaine Archey celebrated her marshmallow roast. Sid Russell, Shelly Carter and
Tetstone's room are Eric Walton, first birthday with a party at the Mrs. Kim Morgan celebrated her Cassandra: Fisher.
RENTALS Monique Banks, Alisha Manning, home of her parents on Oct. 101! Oct. 11th birthday with a dinner including Fifth ' Tara DeSue, Truin Blye Vickie Happy Birthday to Prantz Innocent a decorated cake at the homeof Claudette Peterson: Paul Bawek
Hospital Beds Wheel Chairs McFarlane, Lesley Padgett. Tommy who was ten on Oct. 13. her parents. Mr. and Mrs. E.W. Sandra Melton, Tammy Peeples
Balkcom, Nita Meleclo, Kenny Lynn Waters celebrated her 16th Hodges, with other family members Frankie Rahme Kim Smith, Laurie
DeSue, Jennifer Williams Tiffany birthday on Oct. 11 attending. They all returned on Sun Whitehead and Kirk Williams.
& Crutches
Clark, Derrick Long, Freddy Cain Happy Birthday to Barbara Davis day for more good eating and visiting. Mrs. Ernestine Denmark's sixth
Lisa Brown, Robert Hankerson andYong who turned 9 on Oct. 15. Mrs. Virgie Barksdale celebrated Clark, Amy Williams and
Sue Hankerson. Melissa Williams.

ECKERD'S GREAT PHOTO FINISHING OFFER! Carole Seventh Stevenson-Billy graders taught Bauldree.by Mn.
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4rr |tD 1 We fill Medicaid prescriptions. TWICE THE TWICE. THE TWICE THE .,. Brenda Marie Innocent Bawek., Timothy Regina LeIth Canna and VOl

PRINTS FILM GUARANTEE Stephanie Redding.Perfect .
;;'" 1 f .j rfVJe also I honor most I insurance /' aeun..trU4IIofprlnla Q.t two rolls of print film II Eckwd't...t Attendance
with every rod or color for the price of on., 1. bad print. YOU Miss Peterson's students missing
rc prescription drug! programs. or black and whit print Kodleolororbleckand/ DON'T PAY FOR IT not one day of school so far are Paul
film develop?'3na; white when you hive If you tek* bad Bawek Randall Glisson, Roger
D ILL Ask your Eckerd prlnted..fOOAV your. film proc"Mdt 9. picture YOUDONT Green. Frantz Innocent Frankie
1'l r- AND EVERYDAY FOR Rahme, Kim Smith
Whitehead.The .
fifth graders in connectiuon
with the Health Curriculum have
learned Rescue Breathing Techniques
t FNNN ; described by the American Lung
Association and Red Cross by the use
HAMILTON of real manikins
; GALAXY School Pictures
HEATER !} DRIP Monday Oct. 22, Is the last day for
i 'i up to 4 cups in purchasing school pictures. All pictures
Dual 1250/tSOOwattage.j g.rJS MODEL 784 are to be returned to school by
r. Safety tip-over switch. i $1599 that date.
./ NO, 96002 REG. $26... : PTA Meeting
P : Don Roberts,president presided at
ji4'r.i t the meeting of the Hampton Elemen-
1 tary PTA Id the evening of Oct.9 at

.. ._ ,i", the 'Halloween ,
Mrs. JoJene Friese, Car
,, nival Chairman,outlined plans for the
SETH PTA Carnival to be held on Saturday,
5 Ib. WILD TIMEBAND LC.D. THOMAS t Oct 27, at the school. Mrs. Carolyn
SYLVANIA TRAVEL ALARM Slater was appointed Chairman of the
[ BIRDSEED WATCHES lmu'' tedleather Costume Contest.
MAGICUBES ti Mens case. Each school class Is assisting In
and ladles styles "i2-
Includes oats millet,
sorghum Hfgysz"
with/ JI 2REQ.89' various ways with booths assisted by
and sun flower M Blue dot quality.3 cubes, digital readout. 't0
LIMIT 2 t 12 flashes 9- -i their teachers and parents.
45 55 30% OFF 1, 88 S Prizes are to be awarded for a Winn
C 2n. '' ._ '87 e tt Dixie Shopping Spree amounting to
i r REGULAR PRICE 'MODEL 3803/4/5 $100 and another for$50.
Student prizes are a Snoopy Watch
and a Transistor AM/FM radio.
Tickets for sale at the
prizes are on

WATCHBANDS SHAVER Chicken Bar-B-Que dinners will be
sold In take out boxes from noon until
i.. -- a A large assortment of Slim travel case MODELs 5 o'clock at a price of$2.50.
BRADLEY JETX styles colors & widths. NO HB2127 REQ $21.99
GAS GRILL AUTO WASHER i 25% OFF CD gg J year are the spooky hay ride, dessert
The ideal way to clean /' } booth, county store, animal walk
Automatic Ignitor,dual _ windows. boat or car. 5 REGULAR PRICE r' miniature golf, bottle tip, fish pond
controls& 14"x 22'sur REG. $995 and cake walk.Donations .
face REG $149.99 are being accepted of
99 788 volunteer help country store items,
129 sale the of the
or dessert items for day
S TEXAS INSTRUMENTS ,POLLENEX carnival. For more information

CALCULATOR MASSAGER please call Jolene Friese at 468-1848
Inger Campen at 408-1187 or Don
STARBR1TEAUTO Bright LED readout. MODEL Heavy duly Universal motor Roberts at 4681204.
WET LOOK PRODUCTS NO. T130REQ/ $17.99 -- 1 MODEL NO. S335 REG. Since all classes were representedby

PLANTER $3999 more than five parents at this
Choose 16 oz.Auto l A''
12"x 12",Indoor or Polish or 8 oz. Vinyl 1588 Y M meeting every class was awarded$S.
outdoor \ The seventh grade received an additional -
planters. Brite, PEG: TO$3 79,, y .1
REG. $6 99 'YOUR h.ai.wi.l u $10 for having the most parents
{ present
488 CHOICE 249 The next PTA meeting Is scheduledfor
i, Nov. 13.
c F l ,.' ,wi c t New Students

OLM 3500 SPIN 4 New students enrolling at the schoolon
Monday and Tuesday were: Leroy
REEL& ROD // Settles, a fourth grader, and his

,,PICNIC JUG Skirted spool. right or left7i NORELCOHeavy brothers. Melvin and Danny lived
duty plastic with hand retrieve. Heavy duty ,. KODAK EKTRALITE10 Kindergarteners who previously
wide mouth.REG$1.99 reel & E242 2-piece rod. } SMOKE ALARM in Sebring.
REG. $47.98 Detects combustion before CAMERA OUTFIT bw Klrthday Celebration
159' tJ.3I: I smoke or flame. Easy to Pocket size with built-in Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Wadgworth
,3499v.GALLON 3 Instair. NO. HB993 REG $17.99." flash.Uses 110 film.Film& hosted a birthday party for their
!II f SALE -1/199 batteries included.REG.$32.99 daughter, Robbln, who was 18 on October -
!o, PRICE ......... 12. They enjoyed a steak dinner
CERTRON .. LESS MFG.'S .SOD s + on Thursday evening at the Starke
Vt'x 60-FOOT ... 29 Golf and Country Club with all their
GARDEN HOSE CASSETTETAPES "i.TOS.t.. family Jerry, Jody and Justin. Also
60 minute blank record -.t"O y 'AFTER REBATE'.7, celebrating with them were Reverendand
with Durable brass flexible fittings vinyl,_ _ 'ing tapes REQ.S1,99' 4hes'y Mrs. James Starling and

REQ. $3.39 POFM children, Jana, Julie 'and Jimmy.
9.' They all enjoyed the decorated cake.

239. 3 'k. / LLOYDS AM/FM nerved later. Reunion

BISSELL 4 I The family of Mrs. Evelyn Perry
held a reunion on Sunday at the homeof
EVEREADY-AA"" MULTIVACPortable ; .i 100%solid state.MODEL her sister Mrs. Edith Bruce In
NO J222REG. $29.99'>a -' Gainesville. honored that day was
MEN'SorLADIES' BATTERIES ... with attachments.REG \ '
WORK GLOVES Heavvdutyforflasnr, r::;:M $34.95:1i: J.; their aunt Mrs. Lenora Conger of
llghH.toys A calculators.REG. Port St Joe. they
Durablecottonwnhlit u $1.89 pack.59C. not seen in It years.
tight cuff. REG. 99 pair t' Also present were Mr. and Mrs.
oKJ 09 ; ;r v 1 Tom Paladin Tommy and Stacy
HI Thomassen
/ : Brenda Dormlney.Kenny
S 4/1 _. .__.... :1( ;::, ,' : \ q and Also'Gene attending Chaaon were:: aU Nancy of Hampton.'Muller

and daughter of Jacksonville Mr.and
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yW I t riM Chuck,. of Starke.Mrs. Mary H.U*of

SALE SATURDAY.WEEKDAYS OCT.20OPEN rn k JlIJl1IIJrnlIJ ( flJlJ] gJL3LF GainesvtUetAntvnta Waldo and Mrs,. Ann Mack' : of

9 AM til 9PMOPENSUNDAYS : .I" Cotors .

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DRUGS Mr. and Mrs. Carter, over
(or ALL OF US "1 ,
831 ;S,, Walnut St. Starke.. Fla.. .. the; weekend.She enjoyed visiting her
aunt and uncle there,, shopping and !
viewing tM lovely f'utumQeoIQn la
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by Elizabeth Terry 'Singers of Heart", the adult Choir h WTEY Stark on Sunday Oct.'T. There were Mr. and of
Phone 782-3300 "Kids of the Kingdom' and the approximately ifc people there. Jacksonville Melted parents.
church orchestra will all be a part of 51 r. and Mrs. Bob Price. Mrs. Bernice Mr. and Mrs. Andrew McCombs on
CHURCH ACTIVITIES this special day.along with good old- by Elisabeth Terry WWIa...., Misses Angie and Sunday afternoon.
First Bapilil Church: The church time congregational singing. Phone 782-33M ErIka Pad Mt, an of Jacksonville,
will have a REVIVAL begkU 1ng Nov. Our choir is finishing new choir and Mrs Wilma Hotmail, of Maxville tAwNy Elementary School News
5. Brother Ray Stuart, of Rural robes in time for Homecoming. This Missing because of UlneM,were Roger The beet individual dancer was were Saturday dinner guests of Mrs. The annual Halloween Carnival will
Retreat Va.. will be the lpeaker. a will add a special sparkle. Mrs. dell Padgett and Kenna WUkenon.. Still Sean Robinson. He also won a prize. Bobbie Gnann. be held Saturday Oct. 20, at the
WARM WELCOME if extended to one Boyette Is directing the church ladlesIn looking for more strings and horns. Them were more than 100 in atten- Mr. and Mrs. Doss Iflgglnbotham school beginning at 5:00: p.m. There
and all to attend each night at 7:30 the sewing. Junior MYF Is having a successfulsale dance. of Maxville, sprat the weekend at will be a fish supper served from 5:00:
Mrs.Eloise Olin underwent surgery of their nut cracker These are a There la to be a TURKEY SHOOT their mobile home here until 8:00.: The price is$2.25 for either
p.m.Grace United Methodist Church this past week, but is recuperating product of Mr.Charles Capehart's expertise sponsored by Lawtey Little League Mr. and Mrs. Hermle Kelly accompanied smoked or fried fish. Baked beans,
HOMECOMING. This Sunday. Be nicely at Alacliua General Hospital, with wood working. We are Association on SATURDAY Oct. 27 their son and daughter-in-law hush puppies cole slaw french fries
sure to be with us from 9:43: a.rn. until Gainesville. taking orders for Christmas first to North of Lawtey on 301. Starting time Mr. and Mrs. M.W. Kelly, of Lake and coffee will be served with the fish
around 3:30: for a full day. Regular Members of the church orchestrawho i NEW get first choice. 10 a.m. until- Worth on their vacation. They visited! supper. Raffle tickets are being sold
service will be during the morning. performed for the first time Sun- ITEMS AT THE Thriftshop.Do Mrs. Cecil Wade of Tampa, Mr. their son and daughter-in-law,Lt.and by the entire student body on a
Eating ,about 12:45.: Then the excellent day night were Lamar Priest, Steve stop by and browse. 2.5 pm. and Mrs. Bruce Boyer of Mrs. Jeff Cain at Columbus Miss., table, black and white TV. The price
music department will be Crews, Bryan Bowman Rhoda Wain- Saturday. Children's clothes, three Miss Rachel Boyer, of jacUoaUel! also Mrs. Ervin Campbell in for the ticket on the TV is so*. Also
presenting the afternoon Praise. The wright Ann Love and Don Love. adult sizes. This is a project of United David Boyer of Silver Springs Fred Charlestown Ind.They spent the rest raffle tickets on a 20 gauge pump
Methodist Women. Moore Jr., of HendersonvUle, N.C.visited sightseeing, Mammoth Cave, Ky., shotgun are being sold. These tickets
.. Thanks to our friends who are supporting Mrs. Fred Moore, Sr., duringthe Silver Dollar City,Catlinburg.Tenn., are $1.00. Tickets were given out to
the building fund. The new week. where they visited Christen Gardens, each class room and the room sellingthe
building has been wired and updatingof Miss Elizabeth Terry was very happy Clayton, Helen.Tullah Falls,Ga.,and most tickets will receive Individual
Earn Your High School Diploma By Taking the wiring the Old Sanctuary will to receive a good<< report from Dr. took a tour of Savannah.: Ga. On their tickets that can be used for
be started. Make checks payable to Donald Quick, of Gainesville when way home they stopped off at rides cake walk, etc.
The GED Tests. Applications For The GED Grace United Methodist. Send in c/o she went to him on Wednesday. Okefenokee Park which Is near Construction work has begun on our
Church Treasurer P.O. Box 228, Friends of Mrs. Thomas of
Sandy Folkston Ga, They came home new wing. If the weather is good and
Lawtey Fla. 32068. Jacksonville daughter of Mr. and Thursday and Mr. and Mrs. M.W. everything goes as planned.It will be
Tests Are Being Taken At The BradfordUnionArea Mrs.D.O. Brown regret to learn that Kelly went on home, Friday.Mr. ready for occupancy in the fall of
PERSONALSMr. she la a surgical patient in Baptist and Mrs. Dose Hlgglnbotham 1980-81 school year.
and Mrs. Buddy Helton and Hospital, Jacksonville Our prayersare of Maxville Mrs. Glen Shuford. Man-
Vocational Technical Center. daughter of Jacksonville were Sun- with her. cy and Stacy Shuford attended Picture proofs will be going home
day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Gary Thompson and daughter Homecoming at Long Branch Baptist with the students the last week in Oc-
D.O. Brown. Shell, of Findley, Ohio spent last Church on Sunday.Mr. tober. You will choose the packageyou
The Deadline Is October 26, 1979. Steve Futch, of Starke visited his week with his mother Mrs. Daisy and Mrs. Hermie Kelly visited want and make checks payableto
aunts Miss Elizabeth: Terry, and Thompson and her son-in-law and their brother-in-law, Mr. A.P. LAWTEY ELEMENTARY
Mrs. Carl Prevail, and cousin Mrs. daughter Mr. and Mrs. Millard Jordan Hallman in North Florida Regional SCHOOL.ALL proofs must be return
Call 964-6150 For Information Evelyn Norman on Tuesday. after- and family.Mrs. > Hospital Gainesville on Wednesday. ed to the school even if you do not wishto
noon. Virginia Jenkins of Hilliard., Mrs. Bobble Gnann and children attended purchase these pictures at a later
Mr. Bobby Whitfield of Tampa, came down Saturday morning endher Homecoming Sunday at date.There will not be any late orders
Examinations Schednled was a Friday overnight guest of his mother Mrs. O.J. Anders went Brooker Baptist Church with her accepted.A .
are : uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. D.O. home with her for a few days. mother, Mrs. E.W. Hodges.
Brown and daughter Shawna.A Friends of Mrs.M.D. Crapse regretto Co!. and Mrs. Wm. Wilson receiveda football-volleyball contest will be
November 5th & 6th November 7th & 8th dance was held at the school Friday learn that she is a patient in Bradford letter from their daughter Mrs. held at Southside Elementary School
night sponsored by Lawtey Little County Hospital.Our prayers are Russell Lines in Germany. She lovesIt Thursday, Oct. 25.: A 4th-5th grade
6:00 7:45 League Association. They had a with her. there and it is beeutlful. They are team and a 6th-7th grade team will be
1 ::00 2:45: p.m. : : p.m. Halloween Costume Contest which Mr.D.R.Brown spent two weeks in real pleased with their location. competing against other schools ih

3:00 4:45: 8:00: 9:45: p.m. was won by Philip Crews and Shlela South America.Mr. Mrs. Earl Teston, Nancy and Mrs. the county. !
: p.m. Tew. and Mrs. Casey Dobbs, of Kathy Gaines and Mrs Dianne Our school color day (BLUE *
6:00 7:45: November 9th They also had a dance contest. The Jacksonville visited their parents, Hayes, of starke attended the Brown GOLD) is the last Friday in every
: p.m. couple who won that was Gloria Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs on Sunday. Family Reunion Saturday at the month. This day for the month of October -
8:00: 9:30: 9:00: 10:30: a.m. Roberta and Edward Crews. They afternoon.Mr. home of Mr.and Mrs.Winfred Brown, will be on the 26th. Let's wear
p.m. had a prize for Costume Contest and .and Mrs. VaughanPl'escottand of Dade City. our school colors on this day,. :
also for Dance Contest which were by family of Kingsley Lake, attendedthe 4III C ""' ,. ( ....4)esaosrtt. 4III C :
those above.WlII. Sing at Long Branch Church Sun-

day afternoon. Southside School NewsMrs. ; I
J.C. Prevatt, of Gainesville, was a Elementary
Sunday dinner guest of his mother
I''' IiHN h) Mrs. Carl Prevail and his brother October IV-Teacher Planning Day .Beulah Lennon's kindergarten
psiw law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Truman no school for students. has Just completed a unit on foods and
Norman. October 25- Bradford County health. The children talked about
Mrs. Earl Troxell and daughterand Elementary Schools Invitational types of good food, worked colot
granddaughter, and Mrs. Idell Playday rescheduled to this date. sheets of foods,made their own health
Boyette visited Mrs. George Kelly in Football and Volleyball teams will book health posters and drew a pick
St. Vincent's Hospital Jacksonville, compete on the Southside Elementary ture of themselves to show how they
N. all,pia, tJ' on Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Kelly is School campus from 9 AM until 12 would look If they did not eat good
1 out of Intensive Care and Is on fourth noon. healthful foods. ,
:: floor Saturday. October 27-Halloween
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Schwartz and son Carnival from 5 PM to 9 PM on the Mrs. Susan Nichols is very proud of
and Lorie Ann, of Sarasota spent the Southside School Campus. the three super spellers: Randy
weekend with Lorie Ann's grandparents Mark your calendar, tell everyoneyou Milton, Shawn Swain and Dwight
,Mr. and Mrs. James Waters. know, bring all your family and Allen. Room nine has just completed
tJtJtJ: Mrs. Barry Watts and son Barry come for an evening of fun and food 'a health unit with emphasis on the
: Lee and her sister Mrs. Frank Hamburgers, hot dogs, and popcorn eyes and ears, ,featuring films and-;
Sf: Honaker, of Orlando visited their will be cooked outdoors and served models. -3
parents Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Henson hot. Maybe you'll win a cake at the
I4Ny, ;ice M/ of Beckley W. Va. While there Cakewalk or a prize at bingo or at one News from Mrs. Carol Clark's*,
Mrs. Honaker visited their son and of the game-of-chance booths. Have fourth grade: The class is writing and
1 Something for wife, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Honaker. fun throwing a wet sponge at your autumn poems. WaylonA
) I Y.r. III,of Beckley W. Va.They returnedhome favorite person participating in the Townsend the new library assistant*
Wednesday the JOth' and left. sponge throw. These and many more for the second six weeks. Tommy::;
i Ir 11. Ii'i MAIM snow therein activities ,including ft bigger and Hardenbrook and Pam Carter will bathe
a Everyone --.. Mr.: arid Mrs. Bill Sherring and scatter't htfuhteo1 hou&art being plan Safety Patrol mfchibeW' toi tWM
= N ? family, of Jacksonville, spent two ned. Raffle tickets are now being sold cond six weeks which Is the beginning?.
weeks with their grandmother, Mrs. by the fourth and fifth grade students of the Safety Patrol group for this;
) i B.L. Willuson. Sr. for chances on a ten-speed bicycle or year at Southside. Lloyd Gilpin IT*
"G I. Rev. David Brown attended the a portable radio using either batteriesor sharing his pet, "Ralph'% a hamster
/N? ,"I2-11; It, \ TO CELEBRATE revival at Normandy Baptist Temple, current and having AM-FM, TV with the class. Alice Williams is also:!
I Jacksonville, on Monday night. Mr. sound, and weather channels. You sharing her turtle."Dribble"with her*
NATIONAL NEWSPAPER KOI1TH... and Mrs. Larry Norman attended on need not be present at the drawing at classmates. ::$
I .. Monday and Tuesday nights. 8 PM on the 27th to win so long as you J
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil: Hardee their have filled out your ticket with name, NOW :
THE TELEGRAPH daughters, Mrs. Marcia Taylor, and address and phone number. Tickets N Ma 014k.Shop .
son Glen,and Mrs. Denise Crapse,attended may also be purchased the night of 110 W.Call St. "
the Hardee Reunion at the carnival until 8 PM at
"M' up fifty Complete Selection
; WILL GIVE AWAY A COPYjOFOUR Brooker on Sunday. cents each. Hallmark Cerdi and Gifts '
In Mrs. Verna Schmidt's first grade Alto lelectton. ol
Mr. and Mrs Henry Hodges and Robert Burney,Brian Canova are the moderate priced gilt
100thANNIVERSARY family attended the Crews-Bell reunion Math Superstars for the first chapterin olloccotlonl. M-57e4
_: \ .at Smyrna Baptist Church, their math book.


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NOTICE OF BRUCf JARVIS deceased. sufficient copies of the tlflcatlon bar As the property of the

INTENTIONTO Fllo Number 1-3151 It claim to the clerk. to IN THE COUNTY 9317398806.- above named defendant B.H.S. WEEKLY CALENDAR
'.' REGISTER Pending In the Circuit enable the clerk to moll' COURt. OF BRADFORD Fal to. and that on Monday the
FICTITIOUS Court for Bradford Coun one copy to each Pen COUNTY. FLORIDA J gm nt br will 9th day of November. ,

'., NAME ty. Florldo' Probate Dlvl- anal Representative.( CIVIL ACTION CASE NO. be taken ogobtMKaurelief 1979 et one o'clock on TlIURSDA-ocr. U .

Pursuant lion, tho address of All persons Interested 79309SP.GARYD.OSBORN.c0. demofideiyji the sold day on the promises 8:00.......rCA MEETING In Room 1311.
to action which II Post Office In the estate to whom" a statemenf of Claim, of tho Bradford County
865.09. florida Statu.... Drawer 1:10 p.m. ORDER YEARBOOKS. An MMaiMy will be held fat the
'. Stark. copy of this Notice of Administration Witness hand and Jailyard, I will offer for
?. nolle )I. hereby given' Florida' Th. personal' has beenmoiled Office Box E WELTY. Post the seal I of this Ovff this sale bnd sell to the auditorium to let each student order their 1 19r40 TORNADO.....
that 'h. undersigned 99S Starke. Every student wanting to purchase a yearbook should place't Well
representative of the are required Florida 32091. Plaintiff llhjdav of October.1979.'GILBERT highest bidder for cash ,
Char) S. order at this time.
** Bockui, P.O. oitato I I. JUNE LEE. WITHIN THREE MONTHS S. BROWN A. In hand the above
'."10. 85. Melrose, Flo.' who. add,.., I. RoutoI FROM THE DATE OF THE vs NI.ARMOND last Known J. JACKSON Address CLERK OF SAID &L>RT, described property of 8:00: a.m. -3:30 p.m.-FOOTBALL TICKETS".,ale In the BJI.S.Finance

.under 33666, the doing' business' I I. Box 1748, Starko, FIRST PUBLICATION OP 1317 West Fifth Street.Jacksonville. Is/ By: 'tile B.fiwn) sold defendant" to satisfy Office' .
firm namo of Florida 32091. The nomo THIS NOTICE, to file any Florida Deputy Clark.' TO/M' the aforesaid Execution
'"AgrlDlte, ".0. Box 8J, and add,... of tho par- ,oboctlons| thoy may 32209 Defendant. 4tchg 1/l. FRIDAYOCT.. It "'/
Melrese, Flo. 32 66. Intends tonal representative'sattornoy have that challenge the NOTICE OF TEACHER PLANNING DAY. No school for etudents. $!\tt t,

to register told Mc- aro"'sot forth. validity of the Dece ACTIONTO Sheriff Dolph E. Reddish. : BUS; VARSITY FOOTBALL -'Ttw Tornadoes face ForeSt'
,!'titlous' nom under tho blow NOTICE OF' Bradford County. High ''
: dent's the
Will qualifications ARMOND School in Ocala
: J. Florida. '. ,
Ip+ovl.iona of aforesaid All /personshaving of the Personal. SHERIFF'S'SALE
,-statute.Charles. ACKSON III. 1317 Wast ... 10/I14tchg I/I..' .
", claim. or demands Representative, or the Fifth Street Jackson SATURDAY OCT.28 ,
S. Backus, against tit estate or. .' venue or |urlsdlctlon of villa, Florida 32209 'I.;, WASH sponsored by the Junior Class.: Wilt be held at the Community '
:owner. CASK
required. WITHIN THREE the Court. You are notified that a Notice Is hereby given Bank. '
.: Dated this 18th day of MONTHS FROM that E. Reddish,
: THE Statement of Claim hasbqen I. Dolph 1 t':' ..
.bctober. i "
A.D. 1979 In DATE OF THE FIRST All CLAIMS. filed against In es sheriff of Bradford MONDAY
you -OCT.a
:Bradford County. 10/18 PUBLICATION OF THIS DEMANDS. AND OBJECTIONS this obovo-named Court County, Florida under All Seniors going on the BAHAMA'S TRIP must the $50 deposit to
I)4tpd!) 11/8. of pay
NOTICE to fllo.with tho NOT SO FILED and you are required to and by virtue of Writ -: Mrs. White no later than today. '
clerk of,tho Execution to-wll '.
oboe WILL BE :
r court FOREVER BAR. serve e copy of your 1 Ql* ABSENTEE: YEARBOOK ORDER DAY. students who did not order .
a written of Execution out
; Answer or
pleading to'
FOR BRADFORD COUN- any claim or demand Date of the first the Statement of Claim of County Court of Pay I their annuals the assembly program last Thursday should do so to.

"TV. FLORIDA PROBATE thou may hove. Each publication this Notice on the Plaintiff's attorney County Florida' pursuant pI day. ,
.DIVISION CASE NO. claim must be In writing of Administration: October RICHARD E. WEL. to a Final Judgement for 7:00p.m. VOLLEYBALL GAME-against Santa Fe in the B.H.S.gym.

:79.59-CPFIL No. 1.3151.In and must Indicate the II. 1979.1.Jun. TY 994 North Temple 'Keystone State Bank of MONDAY thru WEDNESDAY Juniors should pay their $10.00 PROM
ro: ESTATE OF basis for the claim the Avenue, Post Office Bo. Keystone Heights, ASSESSMENT FEE during 1st or 2nd lunch at the table set up In front

SOLOMON BRUCE JAR. ferns and address ol tho Leo, As Personal 99S. Starko, Florida Florida, and against of the Attendance Counter.
,VIS Deceased. creditor or his agent or of 32091 and file the Margaret Rhodon,
?. Representative
NOTICE OF attorney, and the the Estate of SOLOMON, original ,Answer or defendant In the TUESDAY OCT. Z3
ADMINISTRATIONTO amount' claimed. If the BRUCE JARVIS. Deceased pleading In the Office of amount of $2,363.67 8:00: a.m. 2:45: p.m. YEARBOOK PAYMENT DAY Students and
ALL PERSONS HAV. claim I.! hot yet due. the the Clerk of County together with costs. ol 1 sof teachers who ordered yearbooks must pay for them today. $10) (Ill

NG CLAIMS OR dot.when It will become Court Post Office collection. with your name printed on the cover).Go to the area in the front office
DEMANDS AGAINST THE due shall' be 'stated. If ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL Drawer B. Starke, Hove soiled and have near the Attendance Counter.

'ABOVE' ESTATE AND ALL the claim I.contingent REPRE3EN. Florida 33091 on or In my possession the 8:3011:15..m. -PSAT TEST-Will be taken by Juniors and Sophomores
BOTHER PERSONS IN. unliquidated, the natureof TATIVE: Richard E. Wei- before November 12, following described per who have signed up for it
"TERESTED IN THE ESTATE: the unc.rtalnty shall ty,, Post Office Bon 995. 1979. sonal property to-wit: e
YOU ARE HEREBY be staled. If the claim I. 954 N. Temple Ave., Personal property at 1975 Chevrolet Impale ..."" "' ''-''- ''' '" ... "' """' r"'''''''''''''.:I,"" ,

NOTIFIED that tho administration secured the security Slarke, Florida 33091. ,Issue I. as follows: 1969 2 dr. custom I.D. i '
of the shall be described. The 904/964-8030. 10/11 Opel automobile Id.! No. 1147HSY181361 I Bradford County Elementaryand School Lunch Menu
>ettate of SOLOMON claimant shall deliver 2tchg 10/18 Middle Schools Oct.22-28

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-" "' ''" ''''''''''''' =coco cabbage slaw fruit jello) cinnamon:
: Monday Oct. 22: Macaroni & ,

cheese, bologna cup green beans, roll milk.
: banana, biscuit milk. Wednesday,Oct.241: Beef vegetable

o. Tuesday Oct. 23: Beans welne... crackers cheese toast,
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@$ ". 13 Keystone Oaks applesauce, milk.
? Thursday, Oct 2St Chicken ,
'..rVAReg.. Real Estate Broker V And 1 Acre Lots From S199590. noodles or rice mustard greens

301, North Trail. Motel Lawtey Terms. Close to peaches, peanut butter cookie, cornbread j (
shoppingand I.. milk. J ;
Office 782.3931 Home 782.3898. Friday Oct. 21: Fried chicken: t
schools. Just a few left. Other
INEZ 8. STARLING Associate Iv...782-3004 mashed potatoes cake ), turnip
lots acreage and commercial land REAL ESTATE greens, chocolate w/chocolate

3BR FR, '.2 As 85.000. available. Icing. cornmeal rolls, milk.

REDUCED 4BR. FR. I Ac $27,000.

3BR. Stucco 'A Ac $25,500.
3 BR. 2BA.CB Home on 1 Owner Salesman
TOR. CB, 1.3 Ac 120.000.

Ac.Owner. will Was sacrifice 850,000.for 473-7060 P. O. Box 1354 o
Small" Acreage for Homes
PI,000. ? Keystone Hgts. Fl 32656' SFHULK1MEH
8 Trailers low Dn. Pay, w-
The cost of living is always the same...., 1
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10 Ac., Shade 820.000 .
3 BR, 2BA. CB CH/A FPL Cyg
20 Ac, Pasture $40,000
,FM RM. 1.800 sq. ft. on 3 5\ rwtUC/Jar
Ac. 854,000. 10 Ac. Fenced 318.000 FLORl$4v1.1I
All acreage 10% to 20%

Down 10% Int. with 8 yr. REALTY d d Y
'3BR. 2 BA..CB CH/A 1.30 9&4.&D&8 [m ; LREALTY
.Ac. Shady $446,800.to 15 Yr. to pay. REAL TV Phono 964.770Q -1

393 Temple Avenue Furnished frame '
bungalow' completely
p m
% Per Reach in city 3 BR, 1% ,remodeled with largo PHONE 964-7776
(Both. ..r....... porch on CICIUA LI3
RALPH BRYAN REAL ESTATE 2305 N.Temple. ... lakeside $3S,000. TlRWlLUGAR 205 N. Temple Stark At" 'OIf
FHA-VA ft ConY. Financing Available.
964-8788 3 '.R_ \'. both Abt.2
2305 N.Temple A....(U.S.301 N.) m -.., |lust outside, city Quality 3 bedroom, 2 both THANKS GOOD PEOPLE OF BRADFORD COUNTY. WI
good""" oq w ,,1, brick homo, excellent OUR BEST AND MOST EXCITING YEAR IN

HELPI! HELP I LISTINGS. NEEDED- LI3 2 BR. 1 Both C,. workshop rental cottage, price |lust I v floorplan,paved rood 1 RIAL FIND ESTATE OUTII I HOW DO WE DO ITT CALL .*, .m6 TO

(' Homos $30,000 to S5.000 reduced. 3 .. Room Concrete !ik., acre of land |lust reduced
near schools 822.000. S4t.000.
Buyers Waiting 2811 1 Beth. Family room, carpet. A/C Southgate. 1 lm !es

. ', L. .;fGHW4y' I ib1 r'MJ.. "du; "re'p... .P$."riFalTts ., La".n.'Qltf" '. .d 1 J 50SSW".i.Hi02:! ( ;??>i rM pimrw mn .at l 1 ACM: ceuntyfnew house, T+,L ST Air"44Bstric 3 bedroom, 3 \ :... :>SPECIAL' .. '

I oc.'upBeautiful rolling pasture.. High ft Dry owner 2 BR. I Beth clean. t ...... 828.000. Good terms. Con. HOT flltiVll'Mle i fireplace both1 home, equipped, stone kit IN VIEW OF THE LARGE NUMBER OP :

financing with only 10% down. H8A. W/W carpet. family room. PHONE CAllS ON THE 120 ACRE PARCEL
of land
BRAND NEW COUNTRY CLUBi Nearing completion 3 :2 'A ... In country fishpond then ecres good
BR-2 Bath Family Room stana fireplace-double garage 3 Acres. with 3 bedroom home, Hampton .,... older homo.Monay $44.000. FRIENDS THAT IT HAS BUN SOLD .
All saving features Brick ft Cedar A
beauty at (2.00. No payments to Jan. to qualified 2 Bedroom, I Beth could close.porch for 3rd Bedroom, Making, Going' Owner financed 3
.. Business 301 No: bedroom, I bath frame OTHER ACREAGE LISTINGS AND
buyer. stone exterior, with 4 beautiful of fend,workshop 8 en h '
L homo, noods a han SHOULD HAVE THEM SHORTLY.
.3 BR. garago. fireplace $24.500. garage. evenings' Please call I dyman's touch $20,000.
.3 BR from. only 317,500. Vornlo P. Odom. Broken '
.2 BR block largo DR. LR 8 'lot fireplace $28.000. 4 BR, 11. :2 acres, Klngsley. lake area. GRI. .......94-547 6 rice reduced en this NIW. 301 LlSTINGI.I. Largo CB building porttelly flnl.h04.nd approximately

Prlm.2 acres an U.S.301 with 110 ft. frontage. Over 200 8 acre pasture 'land, high 8 dry. Pearl Andrews 94-7739 ,1 ".upe'" nlc.-oIou"l..wl40 one acre of prime 'land next to Bradford Motel
sq. ft. centrally heated and aired block building. Storage L.G.Doll 947591 home comas with 2'% 801 North. .

buildings. Over 9000 sq. ft. of concrete 8 parking spaca 2'A: Acres Hampton area > Includes' well septic 8 light acres of Bradford's best

$18,000. pole. land $19.500. 2. A beautiful 4 BR 38 brick homo on 10 acres on Rd 135
379 ft. of land on U.S. 301 with water ft sewer- 87.000 West of. Lowtey.

will divide.. 10 acres posture.land hl.h. dry with few trees. FOR YOUR Now listing for the doItyoursoffor -
KINGSLEY LAKE Brick duplex with 90 ft. en water i REAL ESTATE NEEDSIN 5 room block SMALL TOWN REAL ESTATE BAROAINSi 1 1I.autltu.ltrlclc

16500. 79 acres. 81.000 pr. acre BRADFORD' COUNTY CALL homo |lust 312,000. duplex *57 .,po,.... spacious $43,900.
COUNTRY CLUB -2 story brick colonial 4 BR. 3 bath, 13 acres $17,000.
doubla' with utility $10.700. I 80 ecres, Marion County. HOUSE BEAUTIFUL el limits .
garage BILL POWELL Old home In great condl-/ Nearly now |lust out city
MORGAN ROAD 4 BR. I bath block' with 1*>32 pool on lon, good location 'luxurious 3 BR 3 Baths hove to see to bellevol.
3 Bedroom, t .bath .home en Sempsoa lake.
.1.4 acre $41,000.WALDO. $15.500. Rd. 1* W attractive: CB home en I acre S2.800.Nke.;
2BR block. CHSA In town $24,000. Broker REAL ESTATE Pretty ocr.lid. 238-home ft 'largo shop $23OOO.Unusual.'
toko, restrlcteo Owner
LAWTEY Garage 30 x 50 ft. with bays and small office Crosby area I III N.Walnut It. 961.646424 hrc. Greet for the homo owned Furnished MH 1 acre, RIOO ft SI231....... offer I

bldg. 345 ft. frontage on US 301 33400. lad H 100 lot In town ".000.01" .bids.. Included': 8 operated business. live 12 greet acres, ranch style home $5,000.Versatile.
-6.61 acres with 351 ft. on US 301 10 x 40 furnished Shown by appointment _..y. upstoli 8 work .below lnvestment-4 rentals Call ft Bay $}. 855,000.
mobile home with awning and chain link fence' 20.000 Mini Storage 15 units' with little or no vacancies at all $29.500. Lot near Country Club 200.126 35.500 en Rd. 230. "

Own.r financed. times also. eOO So,. Ft. office' .,..., extra lot with plenty' 2 Frame Houses 29900. 35 acres-neat home en Rd. 1* Will' divide..
Homo ft 'Income Comfortable 9, room frame homo .. perking.targe Comfortable home pretty grounds 1308 Pratt.

(approx 2.000 sq. ft.) good condition ".modern kitchen, story 4 BR, garage, 43.800. 0 Commercial lot next to '_III...' Realty $30.000.

dlshwoshor Stove, ref.. 3 or 4 bedrooms approx. 80 Service Station with nice' office space I extra Energy Efficient 3 BR 2 8 CH8A en Soaring St.

pecan trees 3 rental mobile homes, I .x''''hook-up pro- building. en I acre land,Equipment Included. ,pumps could 2 story, fenced yd pecan trees 39.500. Florida homo trailer fish pond largo garage Rd.lOOW.

sent setup income $400 mo. Room and zoned for mere be replecod.Cemmerclel. 21 Deluxe' MH on Euclid Epperson St.

AMi'.. nice garden spaco, on 6 acres $65,000.wner 2100 sq. ft., bldg 8 'business, 839.800. Estate on Lake Geneve fine .._ .......
financed. ...... on lot with frontage oil Washington St.

LOTS ft ACREAGE four counties) .11 Convenience stoma and Ban40185.000. OWNER FINANCED

Including' ) 2 acres ft up lawtoy area. Old Sunece steV Vt" s 301. cevlM>I jUii Mta o to .. with the sole. 2 funt. ft furn.
lets of lots
Owner financed $3.000: per aero. PSOPERTIES.IXC.. large opts cottage acreage Walnut.
7.11 Acres Equity ft Assume "AI'" "'tll' $17400. Owner FinancedASSOCIATES 6.16 acres on OrHfls loop pretty trees $10400.
2CIO' frent. 301 N. 2 BR CB house.
'3 .3S acres 1340 ft. on US 301 Good 'Investment et Apprex. Hwy Realtor Prime commerclol-20 choke eeres-301N. The best.

*?*.SOO 30 to 29% down 15 yrs"at I'AI."%' : let.,. show you our Mobile Home Pork we hove for Solo. : 606 W. Adhlns' your home or rentel $9,000. .ImeglnelLeke
-'10 Acros good rolling 'land paved road frontage et Mary Hamilton 964-623S 8WK 1338 St. Ocele block-nice trees 327.500. Convenient.Store .

only 31,000 per aero will split. We hove M.H. lots ft lots for heroes cell oe today fer'.. CWO (Ret)Com DeSontlogo/ 94-3375 Keystone Hats 32858 ft opts. en M1-$17SOO. look this ever I
.Beautiful wooded 'los for homos In restricted area f............ Robert A. McRoe,964-7279 7000 sq. ft. CB bldg. en Rd. 18. Greet potontlel.Great .
$>.600 end 83.000 with 29% down, 8 years an balance at 473-4903 property across from Holiday INN. Teas I

9:%%. .!'$7?' : puce 2'#' Acre lets ((2)). .Near Welde pie.Market. 3 buildings en Call St..Opt. uettelr*. Use Imagination.large .
r .... complex 301 878.0M good cash flow.
MANY MANY OTHERS Beautiful. setting with pecan, fig, poor 8 ....'It era. 1.8 acres, cent Call St. commercial 100'x190'49.900.. A sleeper.
,'. with 200
DOKT BS SORRY YOU DlD 'T CAUTll.. I, nkeSBI. 2 Beth fenced 8 cress fenced. 3 barns, MOlt in Roberts idol property Call St. commercial let 23rx8<419MO. Busy comer.X .
\T -1.ti.;:; ;.. Improved ,..turo. 0n1u frontege on W1. !. Country Club .lots 1 acre .....S6GM. .....

'WI SELL THE EARTH w AND IVEI\fflffi: ) ,ITlllifr.. Jcelleat locution and priced Pretty lot-nice trees ........ Rd. under M.008. ThmklHampton

r 8 acre Hwy 32$. priced at 82.708.80.per.,. ecrer12xr ; t1: ,''m21 Real Estate |vial!,. 810.000. Oaks lot 17.MO. GelnesvllleYtarke.lake .
I Fish lake Son-
Office Hourst Mon.-of,9:qm to ....p : camp en Santa Fe lot Alochue. County 16100. Remote.Home .
,....J-.jyl.lIr-"p"l.n_"' .nt.',- M.H. 1 ...12.500., ; ,", Ito Fe for sole,. (commercial) ft ,...... cottage Medlson 122...

.... "' H'" 964.7828 986 N. Temple Swan lake weekender. 13 acres Ml ft Morgan Rd. 339.808. Convenient rteroTReeho
EVENING: .93 acre 32.000 m ...... ,?' .ooo.
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Hooltor I'" e >* 'Springweekad. lake

Relate 94208Wayne P. Bryan tull.nL C. Pearseit8ekor8olasmeis 2 V* acres Orttfto loop S...*. Well! mcKeded .. .. WE'RE SUCCESSFUL ., 829.800. M.DortI.. Auaci.os LuO-A,4..

; Brooklyn Lake coHege. ....... ,
.. Deuglo .JJOH1c1 Monoger 3 M, I acre 17408 In country.Tarmac BECAUSE WE WANT TO SATISFY .800.

8rb.n.la.man$445c3 1' ., For the family desiring i 11
\ ..'::I 3 B.. IB, In town, ..,,*.. T_., '. .. /" e moderately priced bomoi
H yew have a Re al Estate need call one of Your
hove several
David. .. DpI Jude Moody "V1 kT ..weN. :2 Vh A > 2 lit ClIflOOof town. friendly! NEIGHBORHOOD PROFESSIONALS. Ifdon' we near .
school end
priced right.
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./ Band Program Given $4,400 Allocation MOW LAWNS


A (4,400, allocation was made.'Mon- chased more cheaply I Casseis said way." Board number Pat Spengfcragreed. EDGE SIDEWALKS
day night, Oct. 15, for a cout *vlde Supt Tom Casey brought up the .
band program by the Bradfortfichool leasing Idea and school board Board member J.T.Parrish said be '.\ LANDSCAPE
board, much less than requested by member Jimmy Lawson pursued it. was willing to commit only the$4,400 CMTUa
the two band directors. Lawson pointed out the school system the board had budgeted for the consortium
4d Middle school band director Dean could get equipment needed this term but doesn't have to spend in NICK'S
Cassels had asked for $5,790 for band into the system for around $3,000 that area and now has available to
programs at the middle school under a )lease arrangement, and still spend. The board agreed with Par LAWN SERVICE
Lawtey and Hampton elementary have $1,000 left over. rish.
schools. High school band director The".toO appropriation was decided "These should be prt>-budi requests 782.3354
Michael Woodfln had said expanding upon when the school board was ," Supt. Casey pointed out
the band program to outlying schoolsat told by Supt. Casey that it does not ---- .-
Lawtey and Hampton would coat have to pay the 5-county educational
the board $17,000 over the next consortium that amount this year as
several years. it did last year. With a very tight
"We don't have it; that's all there Is $90,000 reserve fund for( a $5 million- lry +
to It," said school board member Ar- plus operating fund, the school board ir i
thin Gaskins referring to a very tight was willing only to commit the$...400 _____ te a W $
$90,000 reserve fund. it had previously committed to the )trR&
The two( bandmasters will divide consortium.asked
the $4,400 as they determine, it was the school board to
decided. The money was split evenly decide Monday night for or against
between the middle school and high his request. He wanted$1,400 for new
Pays Visit to BHSTwo school because the board bas to instruments $2,950 for repairs and
budget funds in certain cata oriU. overhauls of present and county- .
"This is the first time we've ever owned instruments and $1,000 for w eo
BUS cheerleaders, Rhea Corbett (J left) and Lisa Reddish look a little gotten this far"with a money request, new cases.
uncertain about their guest Dracula. Dracula and hit friend Frankenstein, Cassels said after the meeting Mon Gaskins asked how much FTE 0 r o
lulled the pep rally lad week to cheer the Tornadoes on and to Invite everyone to day night. Following channels and requesting (state) funds the band programearns.
the haunted mansion on Sat., Oct. 20 at Brooker Elementary Dracula said It's money from principals has Supt Casey, figuring hastily i-.0
sure to be a ghoulish lime for all. gotten the band program nowhere in In his head, said between $23,000 and : o r
Ticket are f 1 and TS cents In advance.Doors will open at 7:30 p.m.No children previous years, he said. wm probably.. Gaskins pointedout
under will be admitted without parents. This term when the band program that barely pays salaries of the s.1e .
Dracula and Frankenstein are anxiously: awaiting your arrival. Is being expanded to outlying schools two band directors.
which means more students will take The board has to make a very real
band, means increased expenses. consideration of value of these programs CLOMGCGAP
Cassels, however objected to the Supt. Casey said adding that
....more on Trailers suggested that instruments be leased. should have been done back in June.
from page ,) Cassels said he would not like to offera board not saying that's the way the
beginning student an Instrument replied Gaskins deny
At 11 years old Kirby had a run-in harder than the other employees.When then find next year that no instrument ing the board is thinking of aboilahlngthe
with a power line In South Carolina the building was going up and is available because a future school band program HOMES
causing the loss of his left leg. But it Kirby was helping, a roofer commented board would not carry on the lease
happened at such an age his father "You sure don't act lUte you program. Cassels also pointed out
said that It hasn't really affected have a handicap."And Kirby replied that under a lease full retail pricesare gram"Sir does my principal not told me my.pro-". ..U.S. 301 S. 804-8863 Starke, Fla, ,
pay my salary,
him.Hoisting "What handicap? paid for the instruments. Cassels said "But if we're to
a 10-foot steel rod onto his And the fruition of Kirby's deter Good used instruments can be pur have it we need to support going it some
shoulder with natural agility Kirby mination and "common sense" Is a
obviously does not see himself as han profitable business with unlimited
dicapped. He works as hard, if not potential. "What handicap?" indeed.


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In 8 P.M. Battle in Lake But1r n ,++'lpey r i al rq


rights a battle for local bragging in Union County and Keystone know Comparing Scores I
amid dismal football seasons that Keystone and Union are battling E .
for both schools the 1-5 KeystoneHeights each other to stay out of the KeystoneiIighi-5): Union CouHIgh ((0-5)
High Indians visit the.O-S. district cellar. Keystone .Is eighth In Hawthorne KEYSTONE 'f P.K. Yonge 27*UNION Co.0
Union County Tigers Friday night.at the nine team district with a 1-4 KEYSTONE 14 P.K. Cross City 13.UNION Co. 6Chiefland
8 p.m. in Lake Butler. league mark while Union's 0-4 Cross City 26 -KEYSTONE 7 UNION Co.0
district card puts it last Chlefland 20 KEYSTONE 8 127'f, : Williston UNION, Co. 0
While outsiders are watching' Last year1 a Keystone team topped Williston KEYSTONE 12 Santa Fe 26 -UNION Co. 0
Jasper, Newberry, Chiefland;;; and: the Tigers for the first time ever as Newberry 40 -KEYSTONE 0' i n
Williston scramble at the top end of r the Indians won 19-8 on a touchdownwith UNION Co. Opponents 100 i
the.wild. District 4-AA scramble fans 24 seconds to go. KEYSTONE 66 .Opponents
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1-6, they're 0-8... both of us naturally think we should win feel like Keystone Is going to come here ready to play football,and I'm sure
the game." they feel like they can play with us and beat us," says Head Union Football I + ,

Coach Jimmy Thomas of the Tiger-Indian game tomorrow night (Friday, Oct. .. .. .. ... ..
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That's the way Keystone High Head Coach Pete Valentino previewed Friday 19) at 8 Q?.m. In Lake Butler -
lII ht's Indian-Tiger; tussle In Lake Butler. "I don t think Keystone's to Newberry(040)) last week was.any reflection Neither rain nor cold,nor a 404 rout of the Indian football team could keep the
''I think It's going to come down to a matter of who wants It the most mentally ..t all on the way Keystone can play"commented Thomas. Keystone cheerleaders from having Uttle fun.
," Valentino continued before the week's first practice Monday.He was trying The Indiana are standing on a 1-5 mark after last week's loss to 5-1 Newberry The Indian cheerleaders muttered smiles and encouragement despite Friday
to put last Friday'to-o embarrassment to Newberry out of his mind and concentrate while the Tigers are still looking for their first win with a 0-5 record so far this Bight's football pounding absorbed by tough Newberry.
on the Keystone-Union Co. game A game that now looms as a big one for season.
two win-starved teams. "U we don't let ready for this game we are going to get beat"Thomas c0n-
"There's' a lot of rivalry here*'Valentino continued warming to the subject of tinued. "But,we are getting ready to play and our young kids are eager to play."
Friday'a road teat. "ID my two years they won the tint one and we won last year Lake Butler will be playing without the services of running backs Bobby
(rent time a Keystone team had ever beaten the Tigers). This.Is the third of the Clayton and Ed Varnea this week. Clayton transferred to another school and
ierIea for me... Valentino left the sentence unfinished but his point was clear. Varnes .is out with injury problems, Coach Thomas said Varnes actually might !
This la the rubber match in the series need surgery on his leg. lJ [ U
1 F Asked: if he thought the early going might hold the key in the game the KHHS "Seme of our seniors like Kevin A. Griff, Bobby Crosby, Donald Jones, and
Coach answered no. Curtis Roberta are doing a fine job leading! the team" said Coach Thomas.
Some of the younger players like quarterback David Barber,linemen Clayton
"No,I really think it'll be a tight ballgame all the way that's what I expect.We Parrish and Jimmy Norman, all juniors, and sophomore Terry McDowell have The Lake RegionMONITOR
just can't make mistakes. We're working on the basics this week. all been turning in fine personal performances in losing causes the Tiger coach
"They're well balanced. They can throw the ball and (bey'veloi a good runnIng added. : ,
attack" Valentino said of Union Co. "They've got tradition behind them. Other younger players turning in good performances and named by the coach
And, their school has a lot of pride in its football team." are Leslie Williams, Greg Hale, and Kenneth Clyatt. ,
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road can be a lonely place for a Weir, and Leesburg, never giving up center to give you a different look." dinator Mike Sexton after' 'practice October' IB,111111
football team to be-especially when more than two TD's in a game. Monday.
they're getting shelled by scores of "In a lot of ways they're like GUS" "We're of "Forest will grind it out. Horse
the few school
35-0, BUS Coach David Hurse said Monday teams that one high 'tontlmud.""They went 80 yards in the Inside: Catching Up
automatics (
The Bradford High Tornadoes,with That statement is hardly en- plays) at the line of last minute against North Marion I
, a 35-0, whipping at the hands of couraging on the heels. of last week's could have to do that against Forest'Huree tend to have a pass intercepted in the With College GHdder8_ (H't'pa.eaB)
Gainesville High just behind them ,rout. "They're basically a :90 team said.Offensively. cone) in the air but they. won't do
are on the road for the fourth straight defensively but they'll run a split six the Wildcats are' not that too much."
week visiting Ocala Forest tomorrow or what we call a double slant... and unlike their defense-a power team. 1 "Their quarterback Is basically a
night Friday Oct. 23. just come after you hard. They try to Their offensive front averages better abort thrower" previewed BUS
Forest's record is the flip side ofBUS' create mistakes and confusion for
190 pounds per player and their Secondary Coach Mike Hartley. "He
2-4 mark with four wins againsttwo offense through their penetration.
your backs are big if not fast. does throw the out route welL
1 losses but the. Wildcats, who .
-.. dht. < !m ':KMTha: fttmtr 4 de rfJlS.t't! 'Jn grwsreg :::.#. !::rhe x' "--d.-Jtui.: ..'"" "'m ct \:i -:JiJa1aWI ... ""I(
stale AA A c t pep" some taf pounds per man-wlttt an'.1. they're big Huunse &aid. -the 'eats ;1Ji ir big fuUback early, and If they're
.. season discussions: were shocked: by five men bigger than five of the six I fastest baCk David Hodges,has been successful imagine they'll keep the
North Marion's Colts 13-9 at home last Tornado offensive lineman hobbled by }leg problems. Scouts say ball inside.
week. With only one district game left Linebacker Tripp Wallace(no. 99,64. tailback Stanley Edwards (no. 27.Sr. Hartley said some changes are In
against lowly Lake Weir NM is a sure 190) and number 54, the monster man 190) Is the man the Tornadoes must order for, Friday in the Tornado
bet to take the crown in weak District who often shifts up to the line of stop. ,secondary. Starting free safety Mike
6-AAA. have been the leading Teston, the Defensive Back of the
Forest's other loss came to second- 'Cat tacklers to ranked Gainesville Eastside.by a 14-7 BHS scouts say the Wildcat defense feel like we're going into this one weeks,, is moving up tocornerback, :
count last month.They own wins over "moves around a lot. They'll shift prepared... we just have to eliminate "to give us some help at corner"
Lake City Columbia. Key West Lake when the quarterback goes under mistakes," said Defensive Coor.i Hartley said. Junior Donnlel Doster Mrt*;.e + .ati
will get his first start, at safety if the
move Is made.
Hurse expects OF to be tough even
though their district hopes were all
but shattered.
"We're better. than we've shown
though," he added. "We've still got -- :
potential we haven't tapped and If the JV Tiger Tony Honour tries t tarn the corner In LOIS'* win over Interlachen
kids come to life we re capable of last week. I
L SCOREBOARD beating:, Forest." Behind Honour Is quarterback Pee Wee. Henderson. (no.7).

'I, They're Smiling in Union County;

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t a4 JV's Get Schools 1st Football Win

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-There may be no joy in Mudvllle but last Thursday night Oct II, .W they sure helped us': But it wasn't all
there's some hoopla in Union County nothing to scoff at. them. Our JV standbys came throughand
'this week, "Everybody's smiling over here helped a great deal too."
-\A; Union County High School foot this week"admitted UCHS JV Coach As it turns out the victory will be
ball team won a game last week Jerry Lawson Sunday afternoon. The one to savor in the off-season as Union
; Sure it was just the JV team, but message came over the phone but no High has dropped the last two
II Ti'r after a combined string of nine doubt Lawson was sporting an ear-to- scheduled JV games (with Chiefland
straight varsity and junior varsity ear grin himself. "We had four or five and Keystone),
losses the Baby Tigers 16-6 win over varsity kids playing with us becausethe "The JV's are through for the year,
Interlachen (previously unbeaten! vanity team had an open date and but we'll pick some of them up to the
varsity," said Tiger Varsity. Coach '
Jimmy Thomas
-- --- -- -- --- -- The scored TD's on'
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'Canes Wreck BHS Tornadoes 35-0 I IIII

a preview of a re*. taking. place ...... rw tsam> to roam sad. ... ewru.wrudee.ee
on the same Florid Field astretwf passta* game mInd to fee tale of oe.evaal
two days later <(
0) the Hurricanes of Gainesville High In seven throws. Fullback Mike Jor ardhrTK..... diva i-
7frflIErc wrecked the Tornadoes of Bradford dan's quick dives netted 411 yard on a r_ r..M14Ye aw. ..*.
3S4 Thursday Bight in GaJnesvUle.CHS just six tries but that bright spot wufar .1..M- .ll.lm

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nearly as completely as Bear "We just couldn't get much going
Bryant's Tide dominated the Gators. offensively or defensively: ; laid BHS m.eor ell .- e.o..n.ae .
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allowing BHS (2-4) Just six first Head Coach David Hume Monday -
downs and throttling down Bradford afternoon. He again accepted responsibility a .... .d._(_hue)
for the loss as is bit custom. I H--1--1(
bread-and-butter piay-the tailback .-. -., "rL M"--(a.....todr)
run-to Just 43 yards. "It was obvious we were not mentally .. .0.w.(_hall)
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The Cans offense was hardly prepared play. the respoo- -f pa) a -- .I

spectacular in rent of a
: quiet crowd dwarfed by the Univers i.

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Job done peeling off 194 yards on the
i ground and liZ stripes in the air

==z== \ & Behind tailback Dennis Allen's 124
yard-two TO night the hosts moved
the ball methodically to bust a two-

game losing skid. GUS had Just three
T .''''Y 10 ground gainers go for over 10 yards
( 1Nii
(one on a scramble by quarterback q
Doug Hunter), those accounting for
nearly a third of the 'Canes total, but
(' : p' Allen seemed to always have room for
w : : ,,11 medium gainers on quick pitches and

'I'" 4ir power bursts off tackle.
GHS's first team offense had the

'i;;. ball nine time! and scored five times.
i "'; turned the once twice

:: i hid yard field all miss nar-

.. rowly, and punted only once.
Tornado David Sparks' seven punts off left ia .last 111....
.." Tornado fallback Mike Jerdaa plows tlirovgk a hole guard -
.., : ; ... .. for a 36.3 yard average,including S7
: '. < 'J,'" : day's :35* toss lo CHS.
: .... .' '',''. <.- a"t i yard sailing beauty to the GHS eight ......'.dives ep the middle netted 4S yards ea just sis tries and were bright I
....., the best BHS defensive
"' was weapon. spot la> .. ecaerwtse miserable>> offensive Might for BHS.

"l. .-' .' -.d.. w .., Meanwhile Bradford's offense
( Sa..l, 'p ._ never got out of first gear against the P'"
'' r
Tornado tailbacks John Bennett pursuers.(12 assume the faulL"Not second half Allen took an option pitch
until the mark in the last off the left side and weaved back
BrrtferCs Brace Rehbrrf draws a brad GUS backup Tee ricaj Hwrlcaae nwaers. especially DruU A .. carries-27 yards) and Edward 4:50:
for 29 gainer
did the Tornado offense touch against the grain a yard
had Hamilton ( carries-16 yards) quarter
ra..l.g> back Yaacey Webster. rom I. sccec. ,: seven
I ; and
ground on the 'Canes' side of mid- that took the ball to the BUS 41
field. BHS took over after a GHS puntat started GHS' third scoring push.
the Gainesville 40 and moved to the Allen converted a fourth and two
14 before three illegal. motion run,spinning off right tackle for threeto
penalties stalled their only real the Tornado 30. Two plays later
chance to score."G.inesviUe Hunter optioned for 11 markers to the
I Area Sports Roundup for Bradford and Union County and the Lake Region area High played its best 19. The 'Canes went to the air again.

,. game of the !season without a doubt... (they were 0 forthree on this march)
Coach Niblack (GELS Coach Jim but safety Mike Teston had the play

Starke Men's halftime lead as Chris Chandler Ruffriders-'Beetles 3 (BItS) .a seven boys and one girl out on the Niblack) agreed Hurse continued. covered catching the pass out of

Football threw scoring passes of 13 and 10 LWCI KT-Sonny's 3 (LWCI) field with very little practice and no "They were tough. I was told they bounds.On Hunter
Flag yards to Fred Hollis and Harold Fox ;; experience but they played likepro' have more players weighing over 180 second and ten pitched
c' pounds on their roster than we have back to Allen going left. With the Tor-
said the team Coach
and ran for a 26 yard score but the ndao..ol rathy. .. soccer
Kitchen's Tile-Sonny's Barbequewon winners had to hang on late as LWCI .-..../.St- N Bob McQuinn. football players.. nado defense charging the
...-._... The 'Canes fumbled their first tailback lofted a to Kinneywideopen
big and Mac's Music shop struggled stormed back In the second half. eel.s. Alex Sanchez made the two goals on pass
.. the Tornado but in the end zone for the score.Green' .
possession at 21
for Lake Butler the
LWCI both teams during
past as stayed LWCI which had score only on a w..d.a ttt4 game.
kick made it 21-0 with 4:34
scored their second of
unbeaten and "Chuckle Tetstone did tremendous on possession
on top of the Starke one yard toss from Jerome Howell to &wa a -
Men's Flag League with wins Sunday. Tyrone Parler in the opening half, used -- N Job as goalie Shawn Trover the night After safety Make Teston left in the third period.
The Sharks moved into third place three TD passes by Jerome London and Ale Tetstone were great in keeping scooped up the Hurricane bobble the After another three play and punt
with a wild S3-32 win over the Ruf- to close the gap after Intermission. the ball on the GV end of the Tornadoes gave the ball right back. BHS series the 'Canes marched 71
Sharks :36 The Ikmkies
Bill yards for another TD. After gettingone
QB Goodge's pitch was
riders. London hit Jerry Davis from 36 yardsout field commented Coach McQuinn. option
(Non-league game) "Thomas and David Wood hurried by the GHS defense and first down on the ground Hunter
Mkheal Scott from the one, and
Darryl Haile scored three caromed free into the arms of 'Cane went to the air. A screen pass to Kinney -
the ball Alex to
Sharks 51- 'Riden:32 Parler for a 43 yard acore.Mac' kept going enabling
touchdowns: and Anthony Hendreth.
defensive end Mike Jones at the BHS. went for six yards.Clay Hamiltonwas
Darryl Haile scored four only second half the kick in the goals. Steve Wojciechowski -
score Joe Gordon, and Benny Hudson and Durban 31. 10 plays and nearly four minutes open in the right flat for nine,and
on a variety of scoring winning was a IS yard strike Dewey were
. one. scored TD the Sharks
a apiece as nn
later Allen scored third and Kinney outjumped two Tornado
on a goal
and Franklin la the ball for
plays Bell and Benny from Chandler to Leroy Davis.KUrhea'sSoMy's great retrieving our
their overall record to VI with 36.12win defenders
.. Hudson scored two TD's apiece to aide" stated McQuinn. from inside the one with 4:21 to go in to take in a 43 yard pass
lead the Sharks the over The Honkies in a non-league The team plays Sautrday the first period. The first of five Jim- from Hunter at the BHS 2. Alien got
past Roughridersin 4S- 'Beetles IIKitchen' every
an offensive show Sunday. Tile-Sonny's Barbeque had game in Gainesville last Thursday. morning at 10:30 WestskJ Park in my Green conversion kicks made it the ball to the one on a run and
Key second half interceptions by
fullback Bill Russell went the last
Haile returned a kick 75 yards trouble the Click Gainesville. More players are needed
no 70.Bradford's
Dwight Barber Isaiah Jenkins, and defense bent but refusedto yard on the first play of the fourth
scored four the team and interested is
: on a yard option pitch run. Beetles 45-18 Sunday behind the playof Hendreth on anyone
led to scores for the winner -
and took in TD passes of 28 and four quarterbacks Randall McGee and asked to call Bob McQuinn 4963713for break on the'Canes next two offensive period. With Green's kick the
) .
GHS at the BUS 33 Scoreboard read 28-0. .
yards from brother Greg to show the Dennis Crawford. information. tries-stopping
Ben The Sharks meet the Sheriff Stars both times (after marches of 16 and 42 After the kickoff Jordan piled ,
way. caught 13 yard pass from McGee threw TD to Wayne
passes of the Gainesville City in their
League and Green to through GHS' .second team del ens*,
: yards
come on
Greg Haile and tallied o.i a S3 yard Teat a (20 yards), Milton Baker 440 11Bradford- forcing ,
next tonight at 7 in Gainesville.
game for two 41 yard field goal for seven yards'and backup quarter
runhaek With attempts
an interception, and yards),and Steve Thomas (20 yards),
Hudson scored on receptions of 40 and and scored on a 60 yard kickoff return His first was both short and wide but back Scott Allen kept for four and a
) five yards from Dwight Barber and and a 40 yard interception return to Starke Rec. RoadrunnersFive the second try had plenty of foot in It. first down. Jordan got another five to
Greg Haile respectively. spark the unbeaten winners to an in- Women's Tennis sailing just right of the bar. With the BitS 44 but the first of four illegal
members of the Bradford
about 6:0010 in the first half Bradford motion penalties against BUS slowed
The Ruffriders trailed go
only :20-13 at sumountable lead. Crawford then Results from last week's in the
play Roadrunner Club ran In the five mileSubway .
had mustered first down- the series.
just one
the half as John Lewis bit Jones
Doug came on to throw two 60 yard TD Starke Recreation
Department'swomen's Run in Gainesville last Sunday
-that on a facemask penalty-hut still GUS took the ball after a 33 yard
and Larry Edwards for TD passes of bombs to Teston and Erie Biggs. tennis
league: Oct. 14. trailed only 7-0. by Sparks at their 28 and used a
six and punt
eight yards.In Click Beetles
The scores came on a Terri Smith defeated Linda Tatum
12 old Linda DeWitt of the local
year The 'Canes snapped the Tornado big for their final score. On second
the second half the Ruffriders play
50 yard interception return by
Gwen Of. Terri SMith
9-7. Gray 8-1. club coached by George Loper won defense on their last full series of the down Hunter hit Hamilton for s
scored on a one yard run by Lewis
an McKnight. a 50 yard TD pass from Loretta Ross def. Tatum
I Sylvia 8-1. the 13 and under girls division in the
half. Sparks smacked 40 yard punt 70 yard TD bomb. The little GHS
eight yard interception return by Jackson Prevatt to John Ramsey,anda Marie def. Donna Johns 8-0
race with clocking of 37:20. She won
after BHS again failed to move the receiver slanted across the middle,
and three
a from
yard Dennis
pass 60 yard toss from Prevail to def. Colleen Pike
Phyllis Huggins 8-0. foot sub sandwich for her ef-
a long
Lewis to Mark Harris. Crawford. ball on the ground but Hurricane caught the ball in an uncovered seam
Ella def. Costello
Cooney Kandy "3, forts. Aaron Kinney slid through crack in of the BHS secondary at the 18. and
Mac's 2S-LMCI 21 Wilma Poore def. Cathy Hilliard 8-1. Buddy Paterson was the first the Bradford coverage for a 24 yard sprinted in for the score with 2:35: to
s..y.Oct.IK.m"1U Linda Tatum def. Hilliard 2
Cathy Roadrunner the line
across finishingin
return to the BHS 26. and Danny
Mac's Music Shop built up a 194 Sharks-Mac's 1:30 (BUS) Costello def. Loretta Ross Sparks
Kandy 84. the top 20 overall finishers with a goSparks'
Hildebran decked Allen for Just a 57 yard punt gave BHS the
32:10 time though not placing In the yard on a first down sweep. For upper hand in a punt exchange after
Union Co. men's 19-29 division. Hildebran the stop was just one in a 12 the kickoff. The Tornadoes set up for
Bantom FootballThe Other Roadrunners competing and tackle-10 assist night that was called their final chance to score at the Hurricane .
their times were 10 year old Gene by Hurse "probably Danny's best 40 and moved the ball. Jordan
301 N. Occidental Miners (Union Powell-39:45. 11 year old Mike game ever." popped free through a large hole
Starke 964-7478 County's entry in the Lake City Alvarex-4S:12. and IS year old Lynn Defensive Coordinator Mike Sexton behind center Johnny Bell for 13

Recreation Department Bantom Loper-49:33. agreed, saying "It's really a shame yards and ripped through the middle :
Football League) lost to the Lake City The Roadrunners are now getting for a player to have that kind of gamein for 11 on the next play-moving the
Ath.etlc Animals 13-12 Monday nightin ready for the Great Race in Perry, a a losing cause.The last four games ball to the 17. Allen kept for three and
Lake City in their first league 10,000 meter(6.2 miles) run Saturday.Oct. Danny has just been right there for Jordan bit right guard for five to
game. 20,and a busy calendar of eventsin us." make it third and two from the nine.
Troy Jones scored on a 20 yard November and December. On second down Hunter went back to Then three illegal motion penalties
Fla.SHR'MP burst up the middle in the first pass but scrambled away with his wrapped around a three yard option :
quarter and Robert Webb hit paydirton receivers covered. The Tornado contain run by Goodge moved BUS all the
a one yard plunge in the fourth broke down and the jr. signal- way back to the 'Cane 24-fourth and
quarter. Webb's TD was set up by caller skirted the right sideline for 24 !seventeen. A slant-in pass from
Jones' 55 yard sweep. yards to just inside the one. Allen popped -" Goodge to Kenny Clark -was high, .
Pat Lee. Dale White and David over right tackle for the score bouncing off Clark's fingertips in
Waters were credited with playing e with 2:08 left and Green's kick madeit complete.
cellent defense for the Union County NNE ..-. Secondary Coach Mike Hartley saw

squad. BUS picked up its second first down what might betermed ....If. bright s
26 Delicious The next game for the Occidental after the kickoff as Hamilton swept spot in the one-sided game."I .
Fcr0nly Miners\ will be Monday Oct 22, right for seven yards and Bennett think the first half overall was 2

SHRIMP. against Walt's Speed Shop at picked up four elf right to move >the best half of football we've: played ?
Memorial Stadium in Lake City at the chains. With BUS 42 this year in the secondary. Right now :
8:30 p.m. with 50 seconds on the clock Bradford
$279c"t we're still looking to play good consistent
t es UC SoccerTeam The sign l-carrying capacityof went to the air twice unsuccessfully ballgame all the way ;
OpensLake optical fibers Is so gnat and had to punt"Allen 'through.
\ 5v Butler's YMCA soccer team that 8.000 different TV Safety Mike Teston picked up the
(' went 22 yards on a draw on
te lost its first game last Saturday 11-2 channels can be transmitted Defensive Back of the Week award
the last the ball to
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for the second and
against Gainesville.This on a cable one-fifth the straight
was the first game the newly thickness of a human hair. the host's 44 but nearly breaking it all Hartley also commended monster
I organized team has played. "We had the way. man David Sparks.

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arm of quarterback Mark Wright and ,InC,r + I qt.
the elusive running of tailback Keith 5 'r'' 41rI

Ross Friday night to give Keystone 1 '

High a devastating 404 setback. / 1 r

It was the fourth consecutive defeat .
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for the Indians since an early season
upset of P.K. Yonge and it droppedthe SIlHdy sophomore Keith Ross of Newberry pats Its head down againstKe1
Indians' stone la the Panthers 10-e wan
season record to 1-5. i "" ,
For Keystone there was litUe to G II I rady Bostlc:, II, and Mike McKormkk look to put the brakes oa the Pastier 1 h

cheer about as the Panther quarter- run tier.
back passed for three touchdowns of -

8 sophomore, Z1 and 9 yards for while TD Ross a 160-lb.of It III i lOVed the ball back to the Keystone garner only two first downs both on Bradford's; ;; Junior varsity. Including running backs KenOcala: Vanguard "B" squad ....pt. Tharstfay, Oct. IS. ;

and 29 yards, ran to increase the Jaunts Panther's 19 22. Three plays failed to make the !the same possession late in the fourth ny Davis number 25, aad John ThompMHi. no.41. hosts the BUS. I

season record to 51. Ross' total fin t down and Cravey's punt was partial quarter after Newberry had put

amounted to 134 yards on 10 carries ly blocked to set up Newberry's another seven points on the 5-0 Unscored on Palatka Rips Baby Tornadoes 20-0
'Wright's favorite target throughoutthe con d score at the 29. Ross went over Scoreboard. ,
tackle for the TD the next at Its 29 after
rigllrt on Taking over an exchange
night was speedy split end Mike
Nattlel who gathered in eight passes plo.:Y. Bergman's second PAT was of punts Keystone's second Palatka't unbeaten-unscored on Moxley did say his defense played along with Kenny Da via."

for 84 yards and two touchdowns.One goo. d and Newberry led 14-0 with 8:30: quarterback of the game Grady jayvees dumped the Baby Tornadoesof "a. tremendous first half", holding Bradford's next teat is at home
left,, in the second quarter.C Boatick completed passes of 21 and V BHS 204 last Thursday in Palatka. Palatka scoreless until late in the first Thursday night, Oct. 18, against
Indian player said after the I nee again Jennings received the yards. Boatick then kept the ball for a The win upped the Baby Panthers half aa the Baby Tornadoes went to Ocala Vanguard at 7:30.

game 'They are the best team we've klc ;:koff for Keystone and made three yard gain to the Newberry 38 season card to 5-0 while dropping the the locker room down only 70. "Their Junior varsity coach was my

played this year" and Keystone am J Jither fine return from the IS to the but his next pass was Intercepted aathe ; Bradford JV to 1-3 on the season. boss at Lake Weir last year (u the
Coach Pete Valentino affirmed that 32. Three plays and only three yards Indian's final threat was "Our defensive tackles Dale Head Coach at LW, where Moxley

statement by saying. "We were Junt lat er, Newberry forced anotherKe thwarted. "They just completely shut our Buchanon and William Shannon, and was JV coach) so It ought to be a pretty ,
beaten and outmanned In all areas of ystone punt. After viewing the game films: defense down," said BUS JV Coach defensive ends Barry Reddish and good ballgame,"Moxley predicted."I .
the game." S ,itartlng at its 45, Newberry's other Coach Valentino announced that Ben Moxley of the JV Panthers. Chuck Williams ("best game of the Know what he runs and be knows

He continued,"My personal opinion fin B running back, Calvin Lewis, carried tackles George Payne and Jim "They had some b-I-g boys. It looks season") played real well," Moxley what I like to run. If our offensive line
is that they are the best l team we've four straight times to the Gruenwald have been named playersof like their varsity should beset up said. "They were hitting in the first fires out and blocks people better than

played this year. Their excellent Ke t ystone 27. He fumbled,however on the week for their performance pretty well for the next couple of. half. Our secondary did a pretty good we did last week we'U play 'em a good

sophomore tailback (Ross) ran hit last carry and defensive tackle against Newberry. years." Job,, too especially Ricky Sullivan game."
through us, their fullback was good Bo b Strickland recovered for the Indi -

and their quarterback had poise and *I ins at the 30.
good protection." 1: Jnable to get a first down for the se-

The Panther's defense was equally con Id consecutive time, Keystone
good as it allowed Keystone only lit punted to the Newberry 48. In eight

total yards and the Indians never plj i 'ys the Panthers went 54 yards for

penetrated inside the Panther Its| iir third touchdown. Wright's pass HAVE MISSED THESE .
35-yard-line; to Nattiel covered the final eighty YOU MAY

Keystone received the opening J rds. It was also Nattiel's 21 yard

kickoff with runningback Kenny Jen- re