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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 4, 1976
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Jimmy Carter swept every Bradford County
: precinct carried Florida by a narrow margin, and gathered 303

electoral votes in Tuesday's General Election to become the Set On Phone
-hj-st: Southerner elected to the White House since I
) Reconstruction Days. II
With 99 per cent of the nation's vote counted. President Gerald I
Ford with 235 electoral votes and 48 per cent of the popular
vote to Carter's 51 per cent wired the Georgia ex Governor ''
shortly after noon Wednesday congratulating him on his Rate Increases
Alice :McOllan. 80. ami David Wager 21. helped Precinct tune of 482 of the 594 eligible. Poll workers Kathy Struth and Ella victory. Carter needed electoral votes to clinch the election.
number live, !located at Bradford High School, over the 80 :Mae (Chastain and others worked late into theeveningTuesday
With a 80 cent column until late
whopping Tuesday
percent mark in Tnesilav's. general election. Voters turned out counting the votes on the lengthy ballots per The Florida Public Service PSC Commissioner Paula
turnout at the polls Bradford night long after the rest of the
in Ill.cent',oss' the county, and precinct five turned out to the Commission (IPSCI) will hold Hawkins spoke to the Rotary
returned to the Democratic Southern states had gone
fold after voting for Nixon in solidly for Carter. hearings in Starke this Club in Starke several weeks
Tuesday and Wednesday, ago. At that time, Mrs.
and
1972 Wallace in 1968. The The unexpectedly heavy
Voters With Staten count including absentees turn out Tuesday kept Nov.Continental 9-10 to allow Telephone customersof Co. Hawkins promised to work for
County Agree was 3,868 for Carter to 1.680 Bradford poll workers at their public hearings to be held in
of the South to present
Starke the increase
on rate
for Ford, almost 2.5 to one. stations far into the night. The
testimony pertaining to thecompany's Che; asked that local
The to No. request.
80 per cent turnout here last precinct report was
was better than the 75 per cent 10 (Theressa) which polled the proposed rate citizens write the PSC, asking"
predicted heaviest vote of the increase. for such hearings. ,
by Supervisor of day 515
Constitutional Amendments The hearings are set at 9:30: Continental has just opened
Elections Neva )Flynn and was and did not completethe
in the Bradford County
highest percentage ever tabulation until 1 a.m. An a.m. a new customer office for the
recorded in a General influx of residents into the courthouse. three local exchanges at I
Bradford County was rightin percent) for and 1.429 ((37 The controversial no. 6 housing without a referendum Election here. lake area in southeast A $318,000: acrosstheboardrate Starke. Lawtey, and KIngsley
In statewide amendment, which would ((1,664 for and 2.092 against in increase request is Lake. Company officials
tune with the rest of the percent! ) against. With 90 cent of the vote Bradford has made No. 10 one say
suite in Tuesdays voting on voting, both amendmentswere have limited the number of Bradford County) and no. 7, counted per Carter's )Florida of the county's largest vote currently before the PSC. ThePSC the move is not related to the
state to which would have permittedthe denied Continental a for rate increases.
nine proposed constitutional approved. employees one request
Jotal stood at 1,560,000 a centers in recent
amendments, as it mirrored Amendment 4, which would percent of the state's legislatrs to nullify .,narrow lead over Ford's Other precincts years.topping the $240IKH) interim rate hike in The new office.company

statewide results by have allowed tax exemptions population was also defeated. executive rules :o3-3: : 1,375,21)3) : Both candidates. had* ..504mw47tiseadaywereNo.A, July. 'officials say was set up to r
approving, four and defeatingfive and special tax assessing for Bradford figures were 1,577 regulations. spent much time and effort to Lawtey '(west) and No.9. *, Continental tiv asking fdr''k' provide entatopwos> .aumbere....::!.... -
of the proposed changes. community redevelopment for and 2,354 against. Amendment 8, requiring capture the state's 17 electoral Southeast Starke.Bradford's residence one-party base local service-for aU) function S .
Also turned down monthly charge of $12.10 a 45 Service calls have been routed
Approved were purposes, was defeated were prior legislative funding of votes, and the result was too Presidential e
amemlements I 1. 2, 3, and 8. statewide. The vote here was amendment 5, which would state-paid pension increases close to call. Florida votes: by precincts percent! increase over the through the Bonifay
Voters turned down the same with 1,512 for and have authorized the state to passed statewide and in the remained in the doubtful i (Lawtey west was): :Carter present base charge of $8.30. headquarters for the entire
float bonds for The firm is asking $24.24 for atypical state for the past two
amendments 4. 5. 6, 7 and 9. 2,193 against the amendment. revenue county. 337 Ford 170. years.
; business phone, a 60 Local employees of
The of
largest margin
2 (Lawtey, east): Carter
approval lx>th statewide and 282 Ford 32. percent increase from the Continental began operatingthis
in Bradford County, went to ; current $15.15. week from the new office
amendment I. the "Sunshine UHS Homecoming Festivities Set 209 3; Ford( Fairgrounds 82. ) : Carter The PSC hearing will be a at 384 North Temple Avenue.
Amendment." Placed on the full commission hearing as Customer greeting
4 (County Fire Dept.) :
ballot by citi/en ...referendum Ford opposed to an examiner operations warehousing and
the amendment requiresfuller Carter 202; 64. hearing. George Hanna, PSC vehicle storage, as well as the
financial... disclosure by 5 (BUS auditorium): Carter commissioner for three years, office of local manager
public officials and candidatesfor With Tiger Growl Parade GameUnion 304( ; Ford 141. said the entire commission Charles Titmus have been
Carter
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6 (
Bayless Hiway ::
hears rate increase
those offices The vote in Ford 83. usually consolidated and moved into
Bradford was 2,989 for and 181; requests on phones and the building the phone
RJE ) Carter 266
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gym ;
and the examiner
utilities
1,10K against the amendment Ford 9. company recently purchasedfor
a 72 percent to 27 percent County High School 258 hears transportation cases. 55000.
sVolrfArmory): Carter ;
margin.! students and faculty have l The PSC will hear direct New number to call for all

:Must emphatic disapprovalof been busy making plans for Ford Southside 139. Iem'ntarylCarter ) testimony and evidence from business with the telephone

an amendment, again both this year's homecoming 9 ord 198. the phone company for their company 9648000..
30'F)
hereandstatewide. on no. festivities set today and I ; case. The hearing is conducted "We are very happy about
9, which would have )Friday. Nov. 45.Homecoming : 10 (Theressa): Carter, 301; by rules of the circuit being able to now take care of
authorized establishmentof : -- Ford 208. court and customers are encouraged all our customers' business
.
a Capitol and :Mansion week began 11 (Hampton): Carter 262; said Hanna, to pre- right here in Starke. As you
Committee to oversee upkeepof :l.londayIth Mat Day. Eachof Ford 95. sent repeated problems and know, almost two years ago
those hlllhlln s. Voters here the following days were set 12 ( Chamber of problems of a permanent we consolidated all of our
gave that a thumping aside; Tuesday 1950's Day; r Commerce): Carter200; )Ford nature. )Florida offices into one
lurndow 2.954\ or Itll) percent Wednesday, Kiddies n-Rag Ti Manna said the PSC has a central location of Bonifay.We .
66.13A
against t the amendment to 734 Day; Thursday Purple-n. rely r t (Ford agency): Carter maximum of eight months to now feel that we can better
or 19 percent for.Amendments Gofd-n-Spirit Day; and Friday 208; )Ford 104.( complete action on a case serve our Starke Lawtey and
2 and 3, Homecoming festivities Day, 13-B (Graham): Carter 51; from the date of the initial Kingsley Lake customers
dealing with merit retentionof Growl tonight Ford 19. filing. locally" said Titmus.
Tiger
appellate judges and fuller 14 (New Armory: Carter
(Thursday. Nov. 4)) starting at

disciplinary public disclosure! hearings of ,judicial passed 7:30 field: p.m.and will is free be at to the the football public. 123 15-A; Ford(Brooker 79. ): Carter 150; Truck Causes Electricity Loss

by almost identical margins I in Skits will be presented byt'I'h Ford 38.13B I
<( the county The vote on no. 2was
classes and
of the four
2.5IHI'(6:1) ( : percent' for and clubs. Titles already decidedon 82: )Ford 19. To 2,000 Homes Saturday NightA
candidate of
1.143 Vote on no.11": ((62 are sophomore" skit, the American Party and chain reaction wreck on automatically shut off the
2.372. "Charlie's Angels junior Eugene J. :McCarthy US-301 North near Stuckey'sfour power supply when it came in
class "Justice Comes toArnold's.1 (independent ) were also miles North of Starke contact with the ground. He

atmt (IIrirrThursday I s e n lorpresE'ntatlon rans in Bradford County with interrupted electrical power said the automatic power cut
.! J! "The CB Anderson polling only 44, and service to some 2.000) Bradford off is a safety feature.
\Roundup and Florida Youth McCarthy 12. County residents Saturday Alexander Johnson 19, of

Educators of America""Just ., ._ In state races on the ticket night from 2-13 hours. Jacksonville, reported he lost
Too Tired To !Move The Bradford gave Sen. Lawton Some portions of the county control of his southbound va n

freshman class and the Beta J+ . Chiles a 3 to 1 margin over his were without power for a while attempting to adjust his
Club will also present skits. Republican opponent. Dr. period of 13: hours followingthe tape player and struck the

The skits will be judged on One of these girls will be selected as Union County High School Homecoming Queen during John Grady The vote here accident in which a vehicle power pole. I Investigating
originality presentation, halftime activltes at the L'C Tiger-Palalka Central game Nox. 3. was Chiles 3,930 to Grady's went out of control and strucka officer. Highway Patrolman
costumes and props. The Candidates for queen are (tl l-r> Melanie hale Alice Maxwell: ('orat't'k... and Karen =Nettle 1307. Incomplete state power pole bearing a main L.G. Manning charged
Tiger Band will perform at returns gave Chiles 1.6 millionto transmission line. Johnson with careless driving
Growl. The cheerleaders will joined by the middle school Business Leaders America flowers to the queen and her 1.013.070 for Grady.In Areas hit by the power in the 7:45: p.m. accident.
November 4 lead a pop rally and the band. (FBLA) and the Afro- court. They are Sheila the race for State blackout included Lawtey, Neither Johnson nor his four'
closing of Growl will be a Other participants in the American Club. Alexander, Brenda Holmes Treasurer Bradford favored Meilbronn Springs, Highland passengers were seriously
bonfire outside the field. Karen Nettles. 17, daughterof Dozie Sirmones and Mark Democrat Bill Gunter five to and the northern section of injured in the accident
COMMUNITY ACTION parade will be the Shriners Mr. and Mrs. Julian Timmons. one over his Republican Starke, according to a Florida However, each was treated on'

MEETINGat The homecoming paradewill with their motorcycles the Nettles. Lake Butler. Karen is Also> introduced at halftime opponent Betty Armistead.The Power and Light spokesman, the scene and transported to a.
the Old R.J.E School be )Friday, starting at 1pm. city fire truck and the Union a varsity cheerleader and will be the class vote here was 4,189 for who added that the main Gainesville hospital.
7p.m.Saturday at the high school. The County Riding Club.A likes horseback riding. She is representatives. Each class Gunter; 779 for Armistead. transmission line After Johnson's van struck
parade route from the gym trophy will be given to the a member of )o'ULand vice- has chosen by vote a boy and Gunter also scored an easy the power pole the main
will Lake Street to the best class float and president of the Florida Youth girl to represent them in the win in statewide voting. With transmission line sagged
November go up
6 street at the SCL Raiilroad. recognition will go to the best Educators of American. parade and halftime 97 per cent of Florida's vote Teacher Talks across the highway and

turn right go one block turn decorated car and to the best Alice Maxwell 17. daughter activities. They are Mr. and counted Gunter had 1,706.420 another southbound vehicle, a
TURKEYSHOOT left toward !Main Street. The non school participant.The of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene. Miss Junior Susan Akers and to Armistead's 764445. Resume Tues. tractor trailer, struck and
10a.m. toe p.m. Parade will turn left on !Main crowning of the Maxwell of Lake Butler, a Randy Dukes; Mr. and Miss Republican Paula Hawkins, snapped the line. The impact
1 mi. N. of Lawtey and continue through Lake homecoming queen and member of FBLA. Alice likes Sophomore Cynthia Mitchell\ failed to carry Bradford County teachers resume smashed the truck's
Proceeds for Butler turn left on the street recognition of her court will cooking and sewing.: and Stanely O'Steen; Mr. and County In her bid for re contract talks with the school windshield and snapped a poleon
Little League between Parrish Grocery and highlight the halftime of the Melanie Hale, 17. daughterof Mrs. )Freshman Hattie election, with voters here board Tuesday with the the opposite side of the
the Spires store turn left at football game Friday night. Mr. and :Mrs. Donald M. Sirmones and Bobby Crosby. giving her 1,653 to 3,295 for her introduction of a special roadway, causing It to fall
BAZAAR and BAKE SALE Crews Building Supply turn The Tigers play host to the Hale Lake Butler :Melanie is Democratic opponent, Katie matter into the stalled across the roof of Stuckey's.
Lawtey Church God left on Dekle Street and turn Bulldogs of Palatka Central. president of the Beta Club, a theme The Tiger from Band"The will play We the Nichols. In statewide voting negotiations. Trooper Manning estimated

Bradford Square left on Highway 121 back to member of the Science Club Were" and the theme Way from"Mahogany" however, Hawkins received Special master Thomas J. damage to the power pole arid
Shopping Canter the high school. Elementaryand Homecoming candidateswere and is head majorette. 1,278.812 to 1,195,000 for King a Birmingham. Ala. the roof of Stuckey's at $300.
halftime.
during
Starting a.m. middle school students chosen by the football Melanie also enjoys doing The Nichols on the basis of attorney will begin the Florida Power and Light,
majorettes will do
will be let out of school to team and the queen will be needlework.The a incomplete returns. session at 3:30: p.m. in the employees worked throughthe
twirling routine to "Rock
( watch the parade. chosen by voting from the queen will be crownedby Around the Clock" school board meeting room. night to restore service to,
the OJomnmnlty entire student body. The last year's queen Jean .. .........L.v--<....... He has indicated he will be customers in the northern
state Sank Each class will sponsor a candidates are: Holmes, who now attends The senior class is i do not understand the free the entire week to hear part of the county some
float in the parade and most Cora Weeks 17, daughter of Lake City Community sponsoring a dance followingthe which passeth discussion from both sides on regained power around 9:15: ..
Accounts Now Insured Up school clubs will have either a Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland College. The Senior class is in game from 10:30: till ? at understanding.peace I want the the stalemated negotiations. p.m. Saturday but more lhan.,
To $40 000 By car or a float. The band will Weeks, Lake Butler. Cora charge of buying the flowers the Lake Butler Community understanding which Contract talks have been In 1.000 customers were! without, I
Federal D.oosii 'insurance Cor lead the parade with likes to sew and cook and is a and crown for the queen. Center. A band will play and bringeth peace. progress since April, and at power until about 8:45: Sunday,
----.-- -- --- marching songs and will be member of the Future Senior sponsors III hand admission is $2 stag $3 drag. Helen/ Keller impasse for two months. morning. ,(lf


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I Linda Wed Oct.Hooten 23 In And Garden Stephen Ceremony Knowles \ .;,Ylt, !f !: g: fflw Jf {( !j


The garden of Mrs. James Rev Bobby Knight performed princess style) gowns i &lzlo.
D. Knowlt.I,Sr in Green Cove the ceremony. ivory venue lacebaby's Cl.l' d II/ooly ,
Springs was the selling for the Organist Sharon Chapman breath heat ss. 1.
marriage of Linda Beatrice provided nuptial music. They carried bouquet? of rr f '
Hooten to Stephan Tracy James' D. Knowles, Jr. attended peach und aqua 1 daisies 'und MYF Have Party. Sunday NightThe
Knowles, both of Green Cow us best man and the baby's breath with streamers. va
Springs, Saturday, October 23, ushers were Charles Knowles, Angela Knowles was flower sponsors of the Methodist selves with their haunted
at 3:30: in the afternoon. Konnie Wall, Mike Mitchell girl and Jerry Held was ring- Youth Fellowship gave a house upper; predicting the 1
The bride is I lie daughter: of and Donald Gilbert. bearer. Halloween party for the future and reading fortunes e : .
Mrs. Allwune J. Hooten of Mrs Sherrie Wall served as ())9 Methodist youth and their from dealt cards was Mrs.
Kingsley Lake, und the late matron of honor. She wore alight Given in ma bride wore her friends Sunday evening in Newland while Mrs.
Grady
mother the Fellowship Hall. Overstreet and Mrs.
AllwaneJ. (Hoot en The groomis peach crepe, princess a :J' x ,
the son of !Mrs. Knowles and style! gown with ivory venire gown of ivory organza, madein \ Winning the costume Richard Little tried to keep
the late James O Knowles, lace cape and baby's breath an empire silhouette .. parade for the cutest, scariest heads above the water in the a
SrI headdress. "he carried a Venise lace trimmed the high and most original: were apple bobbing; Mrs. Handy waJ
I The couple l"I'lJl'lt"d'Ows IxuKjurt( of I ich and aqua neckline and round yoke and George Atchison Vickie Johns was in charge of the
before an archway decorated daisies and baby's breath with accented the empire line. Carver and Elizabeth Lawson. fishing booth and the surprises
I with greenery tout pouch, and! streamers Appliques of venise lace Judges were Mrs. Handy were really surprises.Mrs. .
aqua| : daisies. On either bide ol I Attendants were Mrs. adorned the Juliet sleeves.Crystal Newland and Mrs. Richard
the archway were basket of Frankie Floyd, Sue Kemlell, pleating and venise Little. George Roberts and
gladioli, daisies, !peach, tout and train She n and was first on the the decorations and set up the
chapel -
aqua| l'hrv<1111 1111'111 U illS ThcOI'e peach crepe, wore a .. I SVP sponsors
the tables and booths. Mrs.
followed
picture hat of Swiss embroidered J schedule, by
J Whiffen and Mrs. J.E.
-- ---- English net with ; ; ,: costume parade. Wayne
rolled satin ribbon how and t ..,., 4.4.'. During the party hours the Denmark served refresh '
streamers and carried talisman r. < ,,; youth had a taffy pulling ments. ,
Visit The Colonel roses, peach and! aqua r.r....: ....." : ': under the direction of Mrs. Others attending and giving
daisies und baby's breath with I "f.-'tj, ;. \ Don Ilardenbrook and Mrs. support were the Rev and
streamers "' I Jack Eaves; Nelson Green Mrs. George Harper, and Mr. .A :.
.., 1t. 1\ and Jay Eaves out did them- und Mrs. John Schmidt.
A reteplior was also hold in ,', N r.
BuyA t the garden where the buffet : .
t. Eddie HazenJr.
Sandra Edwards
tables were ('UH'rt'liith lace ,

Bucket Ort cloths arrangements and centered of' peach with and ,11\;J.\;"I-;'; ifMrs. : ;, "'; Wedding Nov. 6 rv ti '

aqua chrysanthemums and -: >4
BarrelAnd baby's breath "f"M f.i Mr. and Mrs. Carl Edwardsof
",I' Brooker and Mr. and Mrs.
The bride's table] was centered -j Jack Hazen of Starke invite
/ Get A Pint with a three-tiered I' I'Adaj their friends and relatives to + A1 A4ra
wedding cake decorated with the marriage of their children, r
'm44' daisies and love birds and Sandra Elaine and Jack
\ Of Old Fashion topped with two love birds. :: .f{. Edward \Hazen, Jr., this
Also on the table was an r Saturday, November 6, at7:30::
Ken'uak Chicken AndDumplings arrangement: of peach and f' ':. p.m, in the Brooker Baptist +
tr aqua daisies. '{'i' : Church. .rawford
ed :Mr. Hint :Mrs. Randall < .
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Mrs. James Hold! kept thebride's r -
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book and! assisting in -;.: ; Woman's Club ;
serving were Nancy Robertson :'p; Julie Saxon Randall Crawford

PuttyIuhaffl'Y.\ Ktmly: ." ,: : ':
Public
To Have
McDonald and Hose Craven -" 'f:.., Wed Recently in Orange ParkMiss
The couple is residing in :w. &:;": -'..:':: ,,':..
Green ('ove Springs. Affairs ProgramThe Julie Ann Saxon matching lloweis.
T. Knowles
The bride works at United : Stephan daughter: of Mr and Mrs, A rl'l''pillmas also held al
Slates Fidelity and Guaranty; Woman's Club of Starke Edwardl.5nxonof I Hampton the church reception, loom
Company in Jacksonville. Dolly Kunig will meet Wednesday, November und Randall 'l'>ra ('!':I\llortl. which. was decorated with
Offer Good Wed Thur & FridayFREE Mr Knowles works for the 10, at 12:15: p.m. for son ul Mr: and Mrs. 1',111; I W (cmsSKimlinu

Hoard of Clay County Commissioners CelebratesBirthday their luncheon-meeting. Sandra Edwards: Crawford of Kingsley! Lake, in the leieiMiigline
Nov,4,5&6 \Mrs. D.W. Whiffen, Public were l11i11'1'II'c1n'I'1I1I'o'' at the were the bride and utoum
Affair's chairman will be in Kingswav. Bible (Chinch in will their parents Miss: all;
U.S. 301 South 964-5126 charge of the program and little Women Orange I'uik with Hi'other Crawford kept the bride's
i luncheon. Dan Richardson performing ,
DR. R.E. DOPSON Mrs. Dolly l Kunig was Hostesses are: Mrs. David Make Plans ForChristmas the nuptials IsOk.'S table, l wasrnvereil
f entuiktj fried Chicken Chiropractor' hostess> to the Thursday Browning, Mrs. C.A. Futch, I Highlighting t I In- altar weietwo vxilha laceKihlc cloth
167 W. Call St. Starke bridgeIloliday club at two tables of Mrs. W.S. Glover, Mrs. Henry FormalThe ( baskot.s' ciflnto! iJailinli.mil with a Ihl'('t lined' weililing<<
9648018 9-12 Daily I lirictue and luncheon at the T. Godwin, Mrs. G.N. Gold- yellow' niti.ns :against' a.had..J.rnnllllIf rake at one end and a basketnf l

Original Recipe or Extra Crispy Tt Inn. wyMrs. \ Little Women's Club : burning tapers mull I colored loses al the
After four progressions( of John Myers, Mrs. H.C. elected Pam Tucker as in branched caiulclahrus. oilier. end' Mrs John. (;iaudnnwtut
II T -- -. i bridge the group had luncheon Hitch Dr. Florence Jennings treasurer at its meeting Mrs .J'M' l aroes. pianist lie I cakePresiding
,ind celebrated \Mrs. Kunig'shrithday and Mrs. T.II. Slade. Monday night. presented I a program of at the punch
with a decorated "Have a HeavenlyChristmas" nuptial music. table which one; caw oral with
liirtlul.iy cake. Homemaker'sClub was decided as a Michael stern attended a.s u yellow and cieen floral cloth
Denmark Furniture Three more progressions theme for the Christmas best man Ushers' wereHroderick were :Mrs ban Richardson
were,played in the afternoon: To Meet Formal December 18. Each Crawford. and and Miss Susan Richardson, .
.ind prizes: awarded to thew girl will have three Edward: Sa XUI1, ..lr. )Following I wedding; trip to
inners. 11 invitations; one for herself. Miss <,iui! Saxon served us SI ,\ugllsl in"'. :Mal, inelanil
Presents At the two tables, covered 'Nov. and two to give away maid of honor. She wore a and<<1 l a\tona i Bench t the couple
.. ... with brown linen clot The club voted to dress up green: and yellow lloral gown is; residing\ in Marke'
:\ f.I. :' favors were placed The Bradford CountyHomemaker's for the Christmas parade and 1 and carried an arm bouquet( t of Thl'11'1111'\ 1 is a senior fit 1
place setting. A colorful fall Club will havea hand out candy. yellow carnations with tern Kindlon! High .SchoolMr
:arrangement centered the Show and Tell and Tasting Two new members, Denise iinil stre.iiiiers Mu wore a : Crawford I is a BUS
coffee. table party at their meeting Brewer and Lynn Barber, headpiece matching: her graduate unit ,is; employed al
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Thursday, Nov. 11, at 11 a.m. were welcomed into flowers VVnm-l)ixie
is in at the Agriculture Building. The Christmas party this Given; in inaiiiage l h>' her
F.11. Kramer a patient
North Florida Regional Members will exchange year will be after the father, the hl'illl'nl'\' a while Sherri MannCelebrates
Steel recipes with their tasty treats. decorating for the Christmas embroidered organ/a gown
I Hospital. formal. over salin with a .Inulup 2nd

Wood Burning ....-- ..:<'-' .. 1IIoIII.:;.o Darlene Griffis, Uremia coll.ir 'flithaul ice was
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Sapp und Nancy Ilildrctli I mimed \\ ilh "i|>|>liiiie.s| uliu h Oct. 30
HEATERS served refreshments at Unclose flowed uiiiuihl I the \\.ust; unto Birthday
..', of the meeting.Mr I the trout ol the skill and
Win,, r.ikc uu T jo wood r around the skirt; I ulmli Shein :Mann icleliraled her
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terminated into a 1 tram! The >0(>1'01111lll'lhtl.l\ Salllnlaft"I'nnnn \ .
Were "99"C $ and \Mrs David nig sleeves were .it a pntgiven by
>ose
1 i Only 7495out and family
I Montgomery 'l11ll'lIi.II'I'I'IJ organza\: with her pan'nts11': anal Mrs
attended the funeral of
Early American i ruffles at t the \ll'bls. She lA'" IS Mann; at tlien home on
d Winston Byrd in Belle Glade earned i a n' "'I'f.ay,1, while ,mdM'llnw < SOFA Wct"M'"r'"suidRoa ,,, 4 PC. BEDROOM SUITE on Saturday. They were 1IIISIpSllth liili\'s Halloween th.'nll'HI"
Saturday overnight guests of I"''l'ath! bow' and .streamers: carried' out ill the rake anal
And Blurt' Pl.i.' I Herculc' iO AltachPU Plow! Back 1sty' Rev and Mrs. Erik Johnson in
,. Walnut I Fiii'SI DoubleOieesor 4 Drawer Che': t lIto" ? ', Her he.tilpiei tv ,is made nl table\ deeoralionsWE'LL
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I Miss 1 Cora" Celebrates 85th BirthdayMrs. Darin Christopher


I PERSONALS :!j Keystone. Cora Heights Marshburn was of t Win BUS Leader

I honored Sunday, October 31, ,Scholarship Test
I on her 85th birthday with a
festive dinner party held at 1f Darla Jean Christopher,
Mrs. Stella (B.D.) O'Neal of Sunday night dinner guests the home of her sister, Mrs. senior coed, has won the
Kingsley Lake will undergo of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Casey Mona Canova in Starke. I aMt Century III Leaders'scholarship I

surgery Friday in St.Vincent's and family were: Mr. and Attending the occasion were I competition at I
Mrs. J.W. Thomas and Jay of
Hospital. Mrs. Marshburn's three Bradford High School I
Wildwood, Mr. and Mrs. daughters Louise Marshburnof according to Principal Tom ,
v Miss Jeannie Faulk spent Charles Moore and sons of Jacksonville Mrs. Bette Casey. I
hs ;. the weekend with her brother Moultrie Ga., Mr. and Mrs. Miller and her husband f1 f1if The local contest is .,. ':, '
in law and sister Mr. and W.F. Moore and Mr. and Mrs. Frank of Houston Texas, and llr7p1 part of a nationwide I
Mrs. Edward Starling In Mickey Moore of Lawtey Mr. Ms. Mona C. Weimer of competition for $116,500 in I
Jacksonville.Mrs. and Mrs. J.B. Boyer of Keystone Heights. scholarships at the state and I
Tampa, Mrs. Danny Also another national level.The Century HI 1
present was
Ruth Johnson and Mrs. Thompson and sons of sister Mrs. Blanche Otto of I Leaders scholarship programis
Myrtle Anderson returnedlast Jacksonville Mrs. Gayle Seminole, and two close administered by the P"r 1
Wednesday after five Todor and sons Jeff Torode friends, Mary Hock of National Association of
days in Bynum Ala. visiting and Wayne Boatwright of Jacksonville and Mrs. Ada Secondary School Principals '
Miss Martha Cowen. Orange Park. Mrs. Todor'sbirthday Loudon of Keystone Heights. and funded by Shell Oil !
was celebrated
Mr. and Mrs. W.F. Moore "Miss Cora" as she is Company.Miss '
the evening.Mrs. ;
Mrs. L.G. Powell of Starke during affectionately) known to Christopher was the
Mr. And Mrs. W. F. Moore and sisters Misses Louise and many moved to Keystone 1975-76 State 01 Florida STAR
Thelma Mendoza and I
Etta Fripp of Columbia S.C. Heights in May of 1956 after :t student the Student-Teacher,
Dr. T.G. Ritch of Jacksonvillewere
returned last Wednesday after retiring from 25 years of Achievement Recognition
Honored On Golden Anniversary three weeks visit with a sister. Tuesday visitors of Mrs. "Miss Cora" as she Is known to her former piano program sponsored by the
Mrs. Ada Wollenberg in Carrie Ritch and Mrs. Mary stiidciiLs. celebrates her Kith! brithday. Florida State Chamber of

Mr. and Mrs. W.F. (Fred) granddaughters, Debbie Farmington, Conn. and also Woolen. /2erdonctt Commerce. She holds almosta
Moore of Lawtey were Andrews and Kathy Casey. visited relatives in the New employment with the State potted plants she avidly grows straight-A average at BHS.
honored on their 50th wedding Mrs. Bill Edwards and Mrs. England states. RN-2 Vincent St. John of Mrs. Maxie Carter Sr Comptroller's office in with her "green thumb." Darla is the daughter of Mr.
anniversary with a reception Drew Reddish, nieces, poured London England called his attended the funeral of a Tallahassee.Her Whenever possible she and Mrs. Thomas D.
given by their children on coffee. Mr. and Mrs. George W. mother Mrs. Richard St.Johnon cousin, W.P. Savage in move to Keystone was attends services at the First Christopher of Pinebreeze
Sunday, October 31 from 3 to 5 Brown were Saturday over- her 50th birthday October Jacksonville last Thursday prompted by the quiet Baptist Church where she has Subdivision west of Starke.
p m. in the Fellowship Hall of The guest book was kept by night guests of Mr. and Mrs. 28.Nine morning. atmosphere of the small town been an active members for Runner-up in the BHS
the First Baptist Church. Mrs. Rex Mixon niece, who L.M. Stoner in Ocala. members of the and the friendly reception many years."I competition in the Century III
Mrs. Moore was attired in a was a flower girl in the Methodist fifth and sixth Mr. and Mrs. John received from her peers. have held on to my faithin Leaders scholarship programis
long dress of apricot double Moore's wedding and Mrs. Douglas Seymour of Sunday school class had a Anderson of Callahan, Mr. Relatives in nearby Starke the Lord all my life" she Deborah Lucille Bradley.
knit jersey. The wide sash belt Michey Moore. Tallahassee visited his skating party Friday and Mrs. Edward Schwab of provided her with family said. "This along with clean Members of the local
was accented with rhine- During the reception parents Mr. and Mrs. J.D. afternoon at the Lawtey Merritt Island, Eddie Schwabof connections.An living habits has sustained selection committee were
stones. She wore a white and William George sang a selec- Seymour Monday to Skating Rink. The group was Gainesville and Mrs. Ruth accomplished pianist me. she added expressingthe Charles Francis Mrs. Linda
gold orchid corsage and her tion and Rev. Ben Bryant of- Wednesday of last week. accompanied by Mrs. Randy Johnson of Starke were Miss Cora soon had a group of reason for her longevity. Harrell Col. Bill Wilson,and a
diamond heart-shaped neck- fered a prayer. Johns and Mrs. J.T. Carver.Mr. Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. piano students to occupy her junior student at BHS.
lace was a gift from her Mr. and Mrs. Moore's Mrs. Blanche Otto of Myrtle Anderson. spare time. She taught piano Cub Puck 513 Miss Christopher now
husband. children are Mrs. Ernestine Seminole was weekend guestof and Mrs. L.C. Early lessons for 15 years until To Meet competes with other high
Guests were greeted at the Thomas Live Oak; Mrs. Mrs. L.A. Canova. Mrs. returned Wednesday of last Eight Warrent Officer's April 1975 when'stricken witha Nov. 18 school winners from around
door by Mrs. Wesley Thomas Barbara Casey, Starke; Mrs. Canova also had as guests this week after attending the families held a cookout partial stroke. Cub Scout Troop 513 will the state for two $1,000
and Mr. and Mrs. Moore. Ann Andrews Wildwood; week Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Early family reunion in Saturday afternoon at Camp Although unable to continueher hold its first pack meeting scholarships and an
The cake table was covered Fred Moore, Hendersonyille, Miller of Houston Texas, who Mobile, Ala, and visiting Blanding.The teaching, she happily November 18 at 7:30: p.m. in opportunity for the $10,000 top
with a lace and embroideredcloth N.C.,; Mrs. Gayle Todor, are also visiting Mrs. Cora relatives.Mr. enjoys frequent visits from the Southside ElementarySchool national scholarship.The .
and centered with a Orange Park; Jimmy Moore, Marshburn in Keystone Methodist Women's several of her former students cafeteria two state winners will
three-tiered cake. Crystal Jacksonville; Charles Moore, Heights. and Mrs. George Sunday School class had here in Keystone. Parents and relatives of the receive an allexpensepaidtrip
candelabras on each side held Moultrie, Ga.; Mrs. Danny Huggins attended the Spring dinner at the Yearling Her days are far from idle, cub scouts are invited to to the second annual
gold tapers. Thompspn, Jacksonville; Hallie Seymour of Hill Methodist Church Restaurant Wednesday night as she busies herself with attend.Also anyone interestedin national Century III Leaders
The refreshment table was Mickey Moore, Lawtey. Gainesville will spend the homecoming on Sunday. celebrating Miss Louise reading writing letters and becoming a den leader is Meeting in colonial
covered with a lace and embroidered Out-of-town guests were Mr. weekend with his parents Mr. Stern's birthday. taking care of her many asked to attend the meeting. Williamsburg, Va. next March.
cloth and herd a and Mrs..Rex Mixon, Mr. and and Mrs.J.D. Seymour. Hallie Mrs. R.S. Mullins has
floral arrangement of gold Mrs. David W. Moore Mrs. and his mother will attend the returned after undergoing
and bronze chrysanthemums, Bill Doying Mr. and Mrs. Florida Georgia game surgery Monday of last weekin
daisies and gold tern. Punchwas Fred Brown, Mrs. G.B. Cham- Saturday.Mr. North Florida Regional
served from one end of pagne and Lee, Mr. and Mrs. Hospital. 'T'G&
the table and coffee from the Harold Church Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. A. W. : bright
other end. The gold sugar and Bob Padgett, Mr. and Mrs. Anderson of Ventura Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Edwardsof a

creamer used was a gift received J.R. Thomas III of Jackson- are visiting their mothers Jacksonville were Monday ,..
by Mrs. Moore's ville; Mrs. Cecil Wade, Mrs. Myrtle Anderson and visitors Mr. and Mrs. Curtis SHOPS
parents on their 50th anniversary Brenda Royal, Jay Ferrell, Mrs. Lila Caldwell and Edwards. FABRIC
Mr. and Mrs. J.B. Boyer of families for two weeks. fashion' !
Serving cake during the Tampa; Michael Waters of Mrs. Helen Wallace of
party hours were Mrs. Fred Middleburg; Miss Penny Mrs. Charles Darby and Jacksonville will be weekend

Brown and Mrs. G.B. Champagne Erwin Alachua; Mrs. Fred Mrs. J.R. Wainwright of guest of Mrs. J.R. Kite. 'g'7I.i ii (' it It % I
Fairfield Mr. and Starke and sisters, Mrs. A.I.
nieces, and Mrs. Boyer ; I + I .
Danny Thompson their :Mrs. Paul M. Moore and Jeff Spencer of Winter Haven and Dr. and Mrs. H.J. Kucera of AY, ;, .;; -.tot. i mix .
CY %C .d I.
daughter Punch was served Torode of Orange Park. Miss Ruby Fugate of Boynton Beach will be n
Jacksonville spent last weekat weekend guests of Mrs. H.M.

Gamma Theta Waynesville N.C. Richarde.
Has BUARC Center
'- '- -.-,Iowo1o.owowol{

Cultural ProgramGamma Opened HereThe rt


Theta Chapter of Bradford-Union ''. .. The Magic
Beta Sigma Phi sorority held Association of Retarded ,, ..f \ p\\v, r\1, r ,
their regular meeting on Citizens has announced the 1 \ A a 0 \d 1i'1
Monday, October 25, at the opening of an Activity Centerin Needle e'p l I \ .
home of Mrs. Robert Bowen.A Starke. .'
cultural program! was The Center is located on US- -

presented The next by business t the hostess.meeting :Ml north of Starke and the 1517 Bessent I Road i .
phone number is 904-7699 .
will be held November 18 at
scheduledfor
Next meeting is t 96463009645149 r.
the home of Mrs. Randal
Nov. 9 at 7:30: p m. All are
!Milton Mrs. Wayne invited to attend{ and meet the
ttlankenship will be co-
new staff.
hostess. SALE
Members are reminded to
bring their items for the New Arrivals! cee: II

Thanksgiving basket and Latch Hook Rugs :

grab-bag !Mr. and !Mrs. James W. 4
Todd Jr. announce the birthof
Needle Point-
a son. Jonathan Eric born
October 25 in Alachua General
N'lJou-Know Hospital Grandparents are Crewel Kits
Mr. and Mrs. James Todd. Sr.
Mrs. A.J. Barry and of Starke and !Mr. and Mrs.
daughter.! Adrienne, were on a C.J. Simmons, Sr. of Miami. 10To 50% Off U n!
buying trip to Charlotte N.C. wa

October 22 26. Special DiscountTo t 1'

JJ 'lj..J\-w .1
Local admitances to Our Students f;
Bradford Hospital this
County
week include: Mrs Lorine Jack Trawick is a patient in Classes Begin Nov. 9. 1976 I''
Riverside
Hospital.
Sanders Mrs Ida Inger. Mrs.

Annie Bennett, Mrs. Bernice '_
Tetslone Luther Hardee. ..w- -wwww- - -ww- -_- -- --- - -
doubleknit
Bobble Alldredge. Edgar
Burrell, William Dowling and
Paul Waterman of Starke; COMMITTED
100' PolyesterDoubleknit
wide
Mrs. Werdna Moody of Lake 58'60 in a great assortment jr
Butler.: Clinton Waltnp of colors and weaves The all purpose
Keystone heights; Jackie DEDICATION fabric that makes super looking pant 97
Thomas of Lawtey; and Mrs. suits long skirts and every >ttu, >r $1
Katherine Hid tumble dry and rem, K.-
Clenevii wash warm YD.
l '
II"I'' promptly
Mr and Mrs. TH Slade had ,:tat diChandi
us weekend j guests! :Mr. and D'j ; : BECAUSE WE CARE.... CrinkleSPORTSWEAR

Mrs. Dwight Lynch of Atlanta. SOLIDS
:Mr and !Mrs. B II Stalluorth ASSORTED JERSEY PRINTS
of Monroe\ille. Ala.Irs.! .
N.K. Hurst of Indianapolis DeWitt C.JonesFuneral
44 45 wide 50o
Forehand
Ind. and Mrs. DC. 45" wide 65o Acetate 50'o Cotton
of Albany Ga. They all 3500 Nylon Machine Polyester
Machine wash warm
attended the UFAuburngame wash warm delicate 1.77
Home 6 7 tumble and remove YD.
/low
on Saturday Mrs. Clyde cycle Tumble dry. YD. promptly
Sinclair was hostess at dinner and use cool iron
.
Friday night for the Slades
and their guests. That's Why In A National Survey By The AssociationOf


Mr and !Mrs. Tom Casey Funeral Directors
week before
were in Tampa
last and attended the 50th CLOTH PLAIN POLYESTER SHEATH LINING


wedding for the Mr Palm, and anniversary Mrs.Avenue J.B. Boyer Towers.party at 98 % Of The People PreferedAn WEAVERS .

44/45' wide 50 o For- 100%
44/45' wide
They also vacated for trel' Polyester 50.
several days at St. Pei.rsburg Cotton Machine wash Polyester Machine tumble .97
wash warm
Daytona Beach, Beach.Clearwater and Older Established warm remove tumble immediately dry and 1.77 YD. dry. Remove promptly. YD.


Mrs. John Patterson of
Kane Pa. is visiting her Funeral Home.
.
sister Mrs. A. J. Barry and .. _
MiANIIO17vauCr .
AIYIiTISIO .
family Mrs.and F.H.her Kramer.parents Mr.and u....,I.." war" 11 .'.... .?. tae,."N ,,.w Wa "w.iiI.. ,.t .

This Has Proven True In n-nN:::.:::.::.,NNN.N/.el. ; ( .::..:ut vin.l"mien. 'in tW I' Inw NIrr11A'w. .....\, BAaKAMlAICAaaN
Mr. and Mrs. Marion WIN/NnII..11. ... t '/1.Ln.... nA.MANI I !!
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Eskridge of Orlando were Bradford Over The Past .M...WnN,1,,,'. .' 11 t" n,..t. ,., '".. .. 1.. C,19.,.<"M.I., .,..'h'. .....:..
Saturday Mrs. Homer guests Stearns.of Mr. and County .t MIMn.N TO"' tt ItINWiNV IN ,.nl ......,... '..". .'A"','. ..--.. -


Mr. and Mrs. J.A. Eggers Three Months

were and family Saturday of dinner Jacksonville guestsof IWIMnTicipt&rY: 01 (!} m -
]
mffillllJffi(
Norman.Mr. and Mrs. Gerald DeWITT C. JONES FUNERAL HOMEPhone : (


Mrs. Robson Duffy and For Appointment Or Drop By Our Office
Miss Beverly Eggers of FABRIC SHOPS 301 S. SHOPPING CENTER Starke Fla.
Jacksonville spent Saturdaywith Starke 964. 200 keystone Hflts. 473.3176
their parents Mr. and
Mrs. B.J. Eggers.
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SHUFORD AMUSEDResidents



Don't Want -4 .-J _

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Ellington Road Paved Yr ? !: l nI '94Ti y ,l I

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"This is the first time in 12 now," commission chairman zoning from RIA (residential) ( _
years I can remember George Roberts told the to BA and BR (business) on
somebody NOT wanting a group. "Any final plans for a property at the intersection of
road paved," chuckled county road have to be okayed by us, Highway 100 and 100A. Olin
commission Dave Shuford and we have not been had planned to establish a
after Ellington Road residents informed on this." convenience store and an
appeared Monday at the Roberts promised to keepin electric and plumbing shop.
board's monthly meeting to touch with residents The board also upheld the
urge commissioners to regarding plans for the road denial by the Zoning Board ofa
reconsider plans to pave the Other board members noted request by E,D. Allen to r
road that the project is still in the reclassify 32 acres on Road
I Residents told the Bradford preliminary stage with two 325 south of Hampton from EZ
I County Commission they other road paving projects (exclusive agricultural) to OR .
feared paving the road would ahead of it, and it would well (open rural), which would -
force them to relinquish right- be several years before plansare allow residences on one-acre
of-way and would turn the finalized for the Ellington lots rather than the two and a
I area into a "drag strip," and Road, half acre lots required by EA.
that they felt better protectedwith "I wish I could tell you how A third denial by the Zoning 4wwat-
the road, located this thing's going to go," Board, that of a request by
northeast of Starke on SR-16, Roberts concluded, "But Thomas Perryman to rezone :
I graded rather than paved. anyting I said now would just 12 acres at the intersection of
State road department be a guess. We just don't Speedville Road and SR-21B _
officials have been in the know," from RlA to OR to permit
area, they added, telling In other action, the board placement of a mobile home,
residents that if they don't t upheld the Zoning Board's was upheld by the
give up the right-of-way the denial of three rezoning commission.In .
I land will be condemned and requests. other discussion,
the state will take it anyway Denied was the request by commissioner E,W, Hodges
"There's no way we can tell Olin Mobile Hones owner said he's received many calls ___
you anything on this right Mark Olin for a change in asking why the garbage dumpat
Brooker hasn't been opened : _
I I yet. Commissioners said plans hyH wt JS
Gainesville hadn't been finalized yet as to i r.
who would operate the dump. .
local citizens would ]'> .
saying !I. tI"I"
.\ '"
Livestock MarketSince decide operational details for .:.1 "' ,
the dump '- ,<<." '.
"I think they're under the ....
prices have Increased the past few months, impression the county wantsa i--
.
:
.
our selling charges are less on most cattle than full time person out there ", ... "
most other Markets working, and that's not it at r .- '
all," said Hodges. '1.i 1\ "
OUR MAXIMUM CHARGES ARE $5,25 EXCEPT LARGE In other business, the I

BULLS $7.50 (Much less than 3% commission: 1 '
plus "
yardage I, i BRADFORD HOMECOMING: : 1978: Photos, left to right from top: Quern
most other markets charge) application- Accepted from a Dr.letter of -.j and her Court Dean Brown Gina Brown, Linda Sue Jones, Jay Godwin, Quern
Jeffrey Gwen Zack Erie Biggs Cansandra Johnson Lyndell Bright Lisa Mitchell and
Reubin for the health
CATTLE SLAUGHTER HOGS director county Reubin Jimmy Prtvatt; Queen Gwen Zack; Sophomore class princesses Jenlcla Bright
Mondays & Wednesdays Tuesdays presently health post. director in and Marlene Dawson wave to crowd from class float during parade; Third-place
Future Homemakers.
FEEDER PIGS-1st Friday, each month Cirtus and Levy counties, told float
the board he would like to drop

We Have test Cattle test Cattle Wednesday-here by 11am.Charge Citrus directorship Union Counties.and take in Bradford on the health and Growing Pains For Lawtey Water System I IBig



water users were givena plans. Attorney Welty agreedto commended for 14 hours spem
break Monday night by the check further on this at the Water System during
Lawtey City Council and the As had been previously the power black-out lasi'
hours of WaterSuperintendent predicted, Barry Watts Saturday night in keeping! (1111'
Sale Good increasedfrom requested the City Council to auxiliary pumps operating
20 to 24 per week. increase his work week from The Council agreed to p.iv
I WHY PAY I The Council managed to set the present 20 hours per weekto Watts for the overtime spent
Nov.4-Nov.8 up commercial water rate 24 hours,since the workload Also at his request, \\alls
for commercial users in cannot be handled in the 20 was allocated a $10 per month
\ excess 'of 20.000 gallons per hours set forth.Watts was also gas allowance b>' the 1'itv
month In the past, three Council for using his personal

] 155 W..a. establishments 20,000 gallons have: exceeded Lawtey Crawford Elected Jacksonville vehicle on taking trips water lo
I
IUi! .! !ai:5i.th1J and Elementary the Correctional, the Trail Center.Motel, FFBF DirectorRay samples,

Large users have been Brooker
paying the same rate as Crawford of Lake
Ladies'r )) I MADE IN ''''. : : everyone else, regardless of Butler was elected to the state Neivs
I 1 \\\\J r' -_- ; how much or how little water board of directors of Florida
J) U.S.A. I was used A new rate of 50 Farm Bureau at the
BRAS j cents per 1,000 gallons per organization's 35th annual by Jeanette Prescott
,: month in excess of 20,000 will convention held at the Orlando Phone 48VI71:
be applied. Hyatt World.Cra" .
'I G) Regarding the financing for !'('IIOOI.11o: :\t'
ford,
pd a member of
lY ,4 $ 1 7 7 .' ; the second water well, it was Union County Farm Bureau, MONDASpaglnlti;; with
: meat tossed salad.
suggested that perhaps some represents Union, Alachuaand sauce
Ea. ,C:,''-,:'t'I, money may be available from Bradford counties on the pear half, rolls, milk., .mil
federal impact funds since board of FFBF, the state's TUESDAY: Beans
this is brought about strictly largest 'agriculturalorganization. weiners, cole slaw. applesauce '
KNEEHIHOSE I FIRST because of prison expansion oatmeal looku-s
biscuit, milk.WEDNESDAY..
; QUALITY I : ;; Fried
t. chicken, peas and carrots'
mashed potatoes Jelly| ami
FULL CUSHION INSOLE
coconut cake, rolls, milk,
t I AUCTION SOLES THURSDAY, HambuiUii'
\ ao 5C.
lettuce tomato' pickle frrm I

+ '00 REG fries orange. milk ,,
FRIDA\ Chili. 'toss.Isalad
3/$1 $3.00 saltine crackers'
banana milk.11.1LLoI ,

BASKETBALLOXFORD !''- ; Z :EN:' C'.HMVl:
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Rev Kendrick, Pastor ."I
$ 25 PILLOWCASES ..71 : .. the Church of God .of f
j ,. :-- =- 1
SHEETS 3 .fQ.: Prophecy led the Costume
:! Parade on Saturday at 4':.10)
Ea. 00 : from the Farmer's :Market li>
2/$5 Brooker Elementary I will,
publish later. the winners .nl
the costume judging! for I Inmost
$ OOO original, the prettiest'''
Ladies and the scariest,
Winners of the raffle win
:Mr TJ Bass, winner .of tin
TOPS portable TV. and, :Mrs Mam
J\\ DIAPER =-- bicycle.Hallmark, winner of tin

The carnival grossed
\ approximately $2200 before
I' $000DIAPERS expenses Net proceeds! will IH'
SETS announced at a later time 1lr

Ii Ea.f tr1 wish to thank each and
who took in
everyone part
ib1iJl'V 1 making this a success and

O i l .j special chairman thanks of the to various cavil"

77ct r $3 fS projects who worked vti\
hard, Everyone had airs

ozGIRL'S good time!

? New and exquisite fashion bracelets by BIRTIIDPRTY

Speidel*Shown here are a few of Speidel's Little Monica Lynn

I BOY'SSHIRTS exciting new designs., Come in'and Inspectthe Quicksall, to celebrated her
first birthday, was honored!
entire selection. Available in yellow white
with a party by her parents
and the popular dual-tone colors,Great giftsl Mr, and Mrs Arthur
From $8.95. Quicksall, at their home IIn
\ Wendesday, October 27. The
birthday party motif was
\ Halloween designs. Some nl
JEANS $497PINE ti 4\ Fashion Bracelets her guests were her
grandparents Mr. and !Mrs
$300 Dick Testone, and Mr. and
,I Mrs, Art Quicksall her
great grandmother, Mrs
'
.._ : Louise Johns and twelve of
li l her small friends. Everyonehelped
E TLGrI&I' her enjoy Ibis
TIrt momentous occasion.

SOL SUPER t'j'j ANOTHER BIRTIIDO
IS01. Men's family centers \ PARTYMrs.
.11tf b .
; ,., .. Ophelia Tetstone wad
SUDS honored with a birthday

2/$100 KNIT PANTS 1](](QE(lJ L(!L13L[ eQJ:(! ([ (! Tetstone by her, Mr.son, in and and their daughterinlaw Mrs.homo Dick on-

97 Jt Sunday, October 31, even
$6 4/00] Shopping Center though her birthday""
301 S. Starke Fla. actually October 28. About 87
attended to wish her many
more Happy Birthdays


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I Community Effort Spruces Up RJE .. Sheriff Whitehead Hosts AnnualPreHuntinc ::1


"I felt like crying, but I was Street director Sally Nelson. A Season ''Wincdine

ashamed to let the water Gibbs, director of Head meeting was planned and
flow," said Daniel Gibbs In Start, had the Initial Idea for while people promised they Union County Sheriff John Present for the festivitieswere
U.S. Senator Dick Stone,
I response to the huge clean up day at the school would like to help in the clean Whitehead hosted his annual Bill Gunter, candidate for
community turnout last and received support from the up the response was above "just before hunting season
state treasurer, and many
Saturday to clean the old Action Oct. 30. I
up Community Agency anything Gibbs had hoped for. Whitehead local office holders.
RJE high school on Pine (CAA) and CUBB executiveIn President of CAA, Edith said he has been Beside the political chatter I

----- Thomas said a second giving these parties for about had the

meeting is planned for Nov. 4, 10 or 12 years and it is just a opportunity party goers to enjoy some
coincidence that his birthday
and another possible workdayon and socialize
country music
Saturday happens to be around the
with other guests.
Estimates are that during same time of the year.
Chitlins and bear stew were
"It was a nice party, said
the day as 300
many as
I also on the menu, but many at
volunteers helped In the effortto Whitehead, a enjoy. the party had just enjoyed
r clean up the grounds dropped by to the "War Eagle" delight at
chicken pilau and the steamedcorn.
around the building and clean Florida Field in Gainesville

out some of the many rooms when the Gators hosted the

,NxN', npw' that are piled high with #14 Auburn Tigers.Turning.
discarded school equipment, Annual Bazaar /'
t 1
Parents removed doors
from refrigerators and in Set Nov. 13 AtWorthington Point
contrast to the rest of the old RJE complex this wing used individual efforts hauled them Broken windows, unkept grounds are common to most of the old RJE high school. Volunteer

by Head Start Is well maintained. off and others placed for the workers made efforts lastSaturday to spruce up the former high school In ConcertYou I

The Ladies of the
n nI city to remove. and they have moved into Worthington Civic Club will are invited to
I
"It was amazing, I couldn't another room. The other three a one day bazaar experience TURNING POINTin
1 believe it," said Jessie wings are unused and many sponsor November 13 from 9 a.m. to 9 concert on November 7 at
Jenkins lead teacher for Head rooms are used for storage of in the Worthington Civic North Central Baptist Church

iuijiii Start. The community effort old school equipment and in p.m.Club Building.All 'in Gainesville beginning at

+al was by young people, senior the words of many Just plain"junk" the items donated for 7:30: p.m.ThIS .
citizens black and white that nee to be sale at the bazaar are year's group includes
people all working togethersaid thrown out. handmade by members of the Mike King and Mike Hanks,
Mrs. Jenkins."It both of Starke. King began
Mildred
Fire chief Eldon Sapp called club, according to
can'tbelieve with TURNING POINT in
was a success, we chairmanfor
Rivers, publicity
the building in "deplorablecondition"
it"Mrs. Jenkins of the June and Hanks is starting his
Some
the event.
the
at Tuesday
added. things to be found at this sixteenth month with the 1
night Starke City Council
Liquid Chicken All the (Head Start teachers group.
will be
bazaar
meeting. He said the state fire year's
have had a boost in spirits flower Well into their fourth monthof
marshall) wanted condemnthe needlework, knitting,
to
A
the The tall tour the has 4
since cleaning. crocheted a year's group
FertilizerDelivered bushes had blocked out muchof building, but could not get arrangements and Christmas already toured in 13 different .
things
from
the light from the the backing Tallahasseefor wreaths.A states and will have been In 28

1 classrooms and now it makes condemnation or a state handmade quilt will be the states by next June.Accompanied .

& Spread For You them more cheerful said Mrs. inspection. prize in the raffle that will be by bass,

nl Jenkins. held at 9 p.m. You do not haveto electronic piano and drums,
yi44t:6n Jimmy Bowen, police chief
4 trt The Head Start programuses the six vocalists present an
to win and raffle
be
t p&a spoke at the same meeting present
three classroom and and
468-1985 one entertaining enlightening
$100erTon about tickets for $1 can be obtained
the improvement of the
room for office and meeting message of Christ's love. Also,
from members of the club or
property after the cleanup and
The other of of the is
N 7 r.11' MI space. only use at the bazaar.A a part group their
would make it easier for his
6 Tons To The Truck the building is by the department to patrol the area chicken pilau dinner will sound technician aod director

BUS principal Tom Casey helps remove a fence barrier Neighborhood Service Center. to prevent vandalism and to be served during the day anda Danny Whipple, making up

W.A. Prevatt Hampton, Fla. TI between the wings at RJE to allow the mowing machine to chop A fire Oct 25 destroyed the try to put a stop to the fires bake sale of homemaderies, their eleven love Christians and testimonies sharing of
down the head high weeds. cakes and
room the center was using that occur. Sapp said his Jesus Christ with
-" held. everyone

-= I1a. department calls to RJE had, and answerednine felt the across RememberNovember the USA.
: 4 at
; rI P +S o. # "...... ... LE. ON SALE hazards building"are but not are within from the the Starke 4-II Club First Baptist Church,

''' I.RIWO THURSDAYFRIDAY Newberry, 7:30: p.m
.;.,." "" l!! outside. To Meet TuesdayThe November 7 at North//
Superintendent of Schools
Central Baptist Church,
G ... .. Richard Jockel has asked that .
Gainesville.
Starke 4 H club will hold
l -- AND SATURDAY/ RJE be placed on the agendafor
its first meeting of the year on --------------
Nov.the 8,school at 5 board Jockel meeting said Tuesday, November 9, at the


F AOL,, PRICES ARE lOWERIdtly community he 1953 felt would the make building p.m.center.an excellent built But at in school.Agriculture Some events Building for this after year Mary Obituary Jones;


include charm school
present as far as he knew the a
in. school board had no plans for project, competition between Mrs. Mary Jones, 51, died I
day outEtlge saves you more, much morel the building clubs, demonstrations, county Saturday night, October! 30, in '

Starke mayorcommissioner and district events, and the Union General Hospital in
J JII Charles county camp. Be a part of the Lake Butler after an extended

", -c Schaefer said he planned to be fun and excitement. illness. She was born in Baker

; n at the school board meeting to Any interested adults and County, moving to Union
II MEN!
& WHY PAY SIS-SIS see what kind of offer the youth (grades 3-12) are County in her early life where
n
( FOR POLYESTER SUCKS? school board would make the invited to attend. 4-H is opento she had resided for several
e the all without regard to race,
I city on building years.
588n RJE since it was closed in color or national origin. For She was a cottage
SAYE lOx further information about 4-H, supervisor at Sunland
: ; ;l 1971 the building has been
SUPER LOW DISCOUNT PRICE' used by Head Start, the contact Lowell Parrish at 964- Training Center in Gainesvillefor

.I 2.64 z 1J Ust/ Sill today wil lit *M tko Neighborhood Service Center, 6554. eight years. She was a

I I ISlVE DISCOUNT WAS2.WBASIETBAU. umt gag TOOK porftsttr Motto and, for a while, by the vo member of the First Baptist of:
NO/ PRICC 1 Mt Itbrtc, UN SIM tip tech school. It was offered to Church of Raiford .:;
BI9'H'k,.. yp O SHOES FOB WIN A L ', \broad tillorhii it per mrtry the retardation group but Pecan Prices Survivors include: her
0 00V! ANB VBOTHS jf, ?>IilE store! Ctno
rskar Arc t. tirrr for rtct they turned down the offer. husband A.M. Jones of
support cnftmttf lisofe. na.M
T ONF YS duAar CMstroctlM. 712. III, 2'/t' L ti' ad idsAIeAi. Md pUris. Sizes 2M2 CAA would like to have Reported HighPrices Raiford; four daughters Mrs.
4SAYE donations of materials and Shyrel Crawford of Lawtey,

11% I time to fix the cafeteria for Mrs. Verba Martin of Raiford,
SAVE 21% SAYE 2.00 /1\ SAYE 10% have been reported
use for area boy scouts, girl high at this year's Mrs. Terry Kersey of Waldo
44c 45 /illmtp8 $ w MEM'S CHSHISH scouts, senior citizens The auction, according to market pecan and Miss Jenese Jones of
,
Gainesville her mother Mrs.
,
u SOU CREW agency would like to set up a manager Bob Allen. ;
DISCOUNT PRICE wA 1 DISCOUNT Mice WASyd DISCOUNT met WASJ.U n My STRETCH SICKS program to help improve the Mary Freeman of Raiford; I

RHDSON III! *N' PAPER UtlE NUVV DUTY 10W10IETER8EHT VAN WVCK B-SPEEB MANS ll I" 2 as1 reading and writing skills for Calling them "good stuff" three sisters: Mrs Maybelle I
TOWELS WITH SUPER THIRSTY MOTOR OIL Elf CTRIB JUICE* those that did not complete Allen says the pecans are Dobbs of Raiford, Mrs. Alzy
SIPERTEX WEAVE, 120 SO. FT. CLEANS AS IT LISA CAES SRIPAESTO TOASTER-SROIIER V Pt, r WittJ.Ifw high school. bringing 80 to 90 cents per Thomas of Lake City, and
pound. Mrs. Willene Green of

2'% =ONI Jacksonville, one brother
Auctions are scheduled for
11.94 O Mr. Ernest Freeman of
I Sic CUTANE Nov. 11, 18 and Dec. 2,
Jacksonville and three
BISPOSULIUfiRTER, DISCOUNT MICE WAS JAM -I skipping Thanksgiving. ;
h. grandchildren.
dl-- SEHUIIE LUTHER WORK SHOES Funeral services were held
87c I' htllM inn fits IMH nPDwrt.WAS.t Growers are reminded to be Monday in the First Baptist
available for weigh-in from 8-
Cowtnir wit, NMprMeill. 112
Church of Raiford with the
12 the morning of the auction,
LI Gt and to have pecans in good, Rev. Hugh Walters
Interment In
: officiating. was
c-s _SlVE 4.00 _VALUE PLUS!I' -- serviceable bags. Buyers will Sapp Cemetery with Archer
= be available, and the auctions
SAVE 11ti begin at 1 .m. Funeral Home in charge of
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Pages TELEGRAPII November 4, 1978

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Hope Baptist Church Celebrates FORESTRYII


I II BRADFORD COUNTYby


100th Anniversary SundayHope Richard Schroeder


Phone 964-8554
Baptist Church, distance closer to Highway 100 Keystone Heights, E.L" has been preserved for 100
believed to be the third oldest than the original church. Matthews, Starke; and years until stolen last June f PITCII CANKER STILL
congregation in Bradford Groundbreaking ceremonieswere Mickey Dansby, Gainesville. when the pastor's office was 'A MYSItiKY
County, celebrated its 100th held October 3 for the broken into and the safe i
anniversary Sunday with new sanctuary. Best ladies costume, Helen removed by parties unknown. Last spring you may have
morning and afternoon Hersey: best man's, Aubrey The Rev. Packham says there heard about a pine tree
services, dinner on the ground Rev Edgar Wilkinson, Conner; best girl's, Tammy was no money in the safeso r- disease that was infesting
and judging of old-fashioned grandson of the church Hersey; and best boy's, the thieves must have been thousands of acres of
costumes which many founder, the late Rev. L.W. Danny Dodd. They were sorely disappointed after all I t 1 Sr woodlands in Florida. Today
members wore "for old times Kickliter, preached the photographed in an ancient their trouble removing and t few people even hear about,
sake" homecoming service before a "buggy, one of the hauling away the heavy pieceof and some wonder what ever
capacity congregation of decorative pieces adding old- equipment. Unfortunatley, became of pitch canker, Thisis
The little white frame some 350 members and fashioned atmosphere to the no trace of the safe or its both a little background and
building, nestled in the heartof guests. day's events. contents have ever been 1 the latest information on the
the Theressa community, found, and the ancient 1rl subject.

and dating back over 100 Following a basket dinner, Hope Church was organizedon minutes, which Packham and
canker has been
Pitch withus
years, has been added to spread on long tables January 15, 1876 in a his congregation consider Ir
for while. Its
extensively over the years, outdoors, the costume contest presbytery called by Elder invaluable, appear to be lost a symptomswere
and will soon be replaced by a was held with the following L.W. Kickliter and Silas forever. They still hope, first seen in Virginia in

$149,000 sanctuary, located on winners selected by the three Weeks, according to original however, that some day they 1945, and damage appraisalsto
church property, some judges: Frank Walrath. Jr., minutes of the meeting, whicheditorial will turn up and that whoever natural pine stands in
finds them will return them to Florida were made as early as
the church. 1955. It is also not limited to
this area pitch canker was
'"
The organization meetingwas found in eight southern statesin
) held in a log house, 1953. It had been identifiedin

____, located on land belonging to. eight pine species
Mr. and Mrs. John Phillips including loblolly, longleaf,
I This information, not and the two varieties of slash

contained in the minutes, was Winners In the best costumes are seated In an authentic old buggy to have their pictures pine grown in our area.

In RetrospectDEBATE supplied by Cleveland "struck." From left: Tammy Mersey Aubrey Conner, Helen Mersey, and Danny Dixlil. l annj
Sullivan,at 92 the oldest living wouldn't pose without his father Dan Dodd, who was not a contestant. In 1969 a sever outbreak in
member of the church. He and Union County began to raise

his wife, Floy, have been concern. The outbreak

(Random House he did address members since 1915, and both subsided however, and
Dictionaryof To Mr. Carter's credit, now reside in the Starke although research was
the English Language): A contest in himself to this problem in the first Nursing Home initiated at that time there

which the affirmative and negative sidesof debate, calling attention to the fact that was little urgency felt in the

a proposition are advocated by he had had experience in the I field of J.H. Moore was elected e project.
clerk and wrote the minutes of
opposing speakers.By nuclear energy, and suggesting that one that meeting. After the During 1974-75, large

of his objectives would be to create a organization was perfectedthe acreages in Volusia Flagler.

no stretch of the imagination can Department of Energy on Cabinet level. following people present and Putnam Counties beganto
be infected and (his
"struck hands" and made a time
this definiation be applied to the
covenant to live in instead of merely stunting or
television foisted the The simplest and least expensive together
episodes on Christian Love: Thomas deforming the trees some of
American people as "The great debates"of alternative to increased imports of Dixon, John Smith, Mrs. I rti them were apparently dying

campaign '76. foreign oil is, of course, reduction in the Barbara Moore, Edy Dixon, from the disease.

amounts of energy we are now wastingin and J.H. Moore -
During!,\ :March 1976 a
This editorial is being written, of our homes, our offices, and on our According to Mr. Sullivan, cooperative U.S. Forest

necessity, before election returns were highways. This waste is made up of the new congregation St.'n'ice-Division of Forestry

completed Tuesday night, and it was not direct energy losses through continued to meet in the log evaluation was implementedin

known at the time of writing whether overheating or overcooling of buildings, house until the first churchwas slash pine plantations and
President Ford Carter excessive lighting and outside built some ten years seed orchards to achieve the
or Jimmy won '
later. The land for this following objectives:
what appeared to be, in its final hours, a advertising signs, excessive speeds on purpose was donated by Mr. % ; .
photo.finish race for the presidency.But the highway, almost total lack of mass and Mrs.\ John Phillips. :.; I 1)) to determine the
transportation facilities, and in incidence and severity of the

no matter which candidate did hundreds of smaller ways. But if the L.W. Kickliter, great. disease
of Mrs.
Ford administration has grandfather Percy aw ..nay 2)) to develop a pitch' canker
win could almost that the given
finally we say energy Sullivan, Sr., was chosen as
victory was by default. It was a conservation the attention it deserves, it the first pastor, and continuedto incidence map of Florida.

disappointing campaign, to say the least. has gone unnoted.But serve in this capacity at :3)) to determine the current
intervalstor Oldest member! of the church present for the occasion was 1h! l Ih'lallt.11..hl'I'
the next 32 years. t. and her
Amid the regrettable tactics on both husband Price.! Mrs.1": ..hl'r has been a member the f.2. : t'al'j. uixxl. fiber and financial loss
sides all the slurs, the innuendos, back, to the subject of "the great J,H. Moore\ also served as congregation ) duo to the disease, and
debates." In the words of Washington clerk for 32 years, until the
misrepresentations, evasions, half- day of his death. 4)) (to determine the lung-range
Roscoe Drummond)
truths, and empty promises, there was a correspondent theywere lamps, hung from the rafters, The present pastor Merle member) and report back to effects in plantations and seed
frustrating avoidance by both men of "dismayingly uninforming. Minutes indicate that 56 provided light.Services Packham, was ordained by the church at the next regular orchards.
members were enrolled by the church as pastor on conference. If the erring
any really serious discussion of the In his opinion: "...we didn't have any the church between the date of were held once a November 19, 1930! with a member would give just cause After extensive study a

major problems that lie ahead in the real presidential debatesmostly a organization and the next month, on Saturday morningand starting salary of 15 percentper for the accusations made report was presented on the

immediate future for the American series of memorized briefings which official business meeting 30 night, and Sunday week, and has been there against him, or her, or if they findings. Among the results
people. days later. Among those early morning. No evening services ever since. In 1937:; the church confessed their wrongdoing were:
each candidate was waiting for an members were Josephine were held on Sunday due to began its first "full time, on and repented of it to the
opportune, or inopportune, moment to Sullivan member No. 30, and the fact that the pastor, a the field" ministry with a congregation they were not I II) pitch canker has been
Little wonder that voters are deliver. Mr. Ford rarely answered with Rubin Sullivan. No. 41, "Circuit rider" would have to salary of $75 per week. excommunicated; otherwise, reported in every county m

apathetic. Little wonder they stay away more than a slanting n'mark any mother and father of get home (Kingsley Lake, their names were stricken Florida

from the polls in droves. And "the greatdebates" challenge that Mr Carter made to his Cleveland Sullivan. Palatka, Jacksonville, etc.) Packham rememyers from the church roll and they 21) The counties hardest hit by
by horse and buggy, or in later getting out early on winter were shunned by the
did nothing to help this assertions, and Mr. Carter usually The building was erected by years by train or bus. mornings when he first membership. pitch canker were, in order of

situation. Frankly they were a drag. passed lightly over any opportunity to t the men of the church using became pastor, to stoke the !severity of I the outbreak

Try as we might, it was difficult, it not rebut the President. That wasn't donated materials. It had The church was heated by a furnace and have the church Extensive: additions! and Volusia. Osceola. Sumter,
impossible, to stay awake until the end wood windows with glass wood-burning stove which warm in time for morning improvements have been Lee, Ilillsborough. and
debate it avoidance of debate Flagler. and
: was but was unfinished continued in late
panes use as as the l
of one of them.In services \Mrs Delaney made to the old church over
any This inside. Two big kerosene 1950's. (Dickinson) "Fisher 82, and a the past 50 years, but still they :3)) Less than three percent of
seasoned writer
politically says member since 1924, could not keep pace with the the trees in the tree orchards
spite of the dull format of these that these programs, advertised as remembers seeing the early growth of membership from of this area were affected

encounters, which were actually not debates were actually little more than pastors going out m the woods the mere handful which

debates at all, both Mr. Ford and Mr. "joint press conferences"and not very around her home and cutting enrolled at the first Contrary to popular belief
County Agents By f1' wood for the stove. This was organizational meeting to the tree mortality due solely to
Carter in inexcusable
indulged gaffes good press conferences at that. Both of \, .
,' followed by a kerosene heater present enrollment of around pitch canker was found to be
concerning U.S. foreign policy that any the principals paid little attention to the BobbyTaylor 'L- which gave out more smoke 400. less! than live percent in most

high school debater might easily have questions reporters put to themand, if Notebook than heat according to \Mrs. plantations: must deaths were

avoided. the issue was the least bit touchy, they Fisher. Kerosene gave way to The ball was started rolling caused by other contributing
I'hon U64-8334: :; bottled gas, which was used factors. Wood fiber loss in a
took off in another direction, rarely back in June of 1973 with the
until the church was centrally stand of 23:; infection
percent
each took turn of a building fundcommittee
They a speaking naming
responding explicitly to points heated and cooled in 19t>6. (similar to those found in
recklessly on the complex politics and addressed to them. Looks like the weathermanhas potatoes. \Most of the sweet ,for and later the a Alachua, Volusu and Flagler

hair-spring balance of the situation in been pretty good t">us be- potatoes we grow are in It was not unusual in the committee church. It planning decidednot Counties) was estimated to be
His suggestions for these cause most folks have had gardens and not considered a early years of the church for new was I 1,4 cords
Eastern Europe. As one writer put it1r. correcting :" to start construction until per acre, or at a
favorable conditions for commercial However members to be"excommunicated"
:\ Ford badly mixed his footwork and obvious weaknesses: crop. from the $50,000) cash was on hand and value of $20 per cord about a
planting winter forages and Alton Boles and Charlie Johns $28 (on) loss on trees 17
dental work when he categoricallydenied 1. Elimate the panel of newsmen andwomen strawberries. Cool) nights and did grow about eight acres in roll for sins they committed this amount was Several exceeded on and older per acre. years
that the area was under Soviet the in "FaceThe mild days are ideal for ryegrass the Heilbronn Springs area Some of these mentioned in August 31,1976. weeks
asking questions a later bids
called for with
domination naively repeating the and clover seedlings.Soil this year. (II I would consider the old minutes were: fiddlingfor were Data on both the weatherand
Nation" style 01'prt'SS conference. moisture has also been eight acres to be in the com- a dance, card playing, Triest Construction Co. of the individual plantationsite
statement just to be sure we heard it Under the present format, the candidates adequate in most areas. mercial category!,\ though. ) cussing like a sailor and non- Keystone Heights submittingthe were studied detect any
right the first time. are actually meeting the press They proved that with some attendance at church. A low bid of $14'\ ,408. correlation. Infection rates

rather than meeting each\ other. Have Strawberry setting is well care in selecting land, they committee was formed to were highest and the disease
This was a boost for Mr. Carter until ask each other the underway in the Lawtey area, could produce a good yield of "wait" on the erring brotheror The contract was let. and most widespread in flat,
the candidates and should be completed in whose sin had been the ground breaking held Oct.
the ex-Governor sounded off the quality potatoes.For sister ( sandy, wet, and fertilized sites
on questions, making it far harder for themto the next week or two. Looks reported to the congregationby 3, 1976. The new church was on which had had some type of
1 affairs of Yugoslavia! announcing that Ix l evasive. like we will have about 100 example, one two acre some observant church the way! fire in its recent history. Site
were he boss the U.S. wouldn't go to acres this year We thoughtour field that had good soil drain- preparation, previous land

war should Moscow try to seize that 2. Empower the moderator to invite acreage would be bigger, age yielded about 440 bushelsof use and height of ground cover

vulnerable nation. Quite pos'iibly1..' direct rebuttal whenever a candidate but high, plastic costs and of plants other,items fertilizer ungraded acre. Another sweet field potatoesper that KII"d; !y LlIU Fin; D"/Url" fiat appeared to have no effect,
and neither did
wouldn't but the first law of evades direct the temperature,
the a reply, making discouraged some folks who was subject to flooding pro- rainfall, or humidity.
diplomatic corps is that you don't answers much more vital, animate, and were thinking about growing duced only 100 bushels per RaisiffgFufffls; forNen'Epffipmefft;

broadcast your punches before you informing. berries this year. acre. An average yield of 200 All this information is

deliver them. Mr.: bushels per acre most years helpful in predicting when andw
Kissinger<; quick to
!
Speaking of costs, strawberry could make sweet The Kingsley Lake fires. Reginald Underhill, a
In spite of these campaign shortcoming potatoes a here pitch canker will occur.
point this out, helping to the have
even plants been Volunteer
member
up good crop for many of our Volunteer Fire Departmentheld suggestedthat ( however it
foreign affairs cop.out between the two we supported Jimmy Carter between $22 and $35 per farmers a raffle on a Citizen's all residents on the lake does Unfortunately,how and ,
not explain why.
contestants.! because of his fresh, innovativeapproach thousand depending on the Band radio Tuesday night as have the fire department
the Forest Service
I to domestic problems\ rather variety and source. At about Looks like you are lucky if part of its annual money number along with the lane Florida U.S.Division of Forestry,,

Another weakness in the than the "status quo" philosophy of :Mr. 20,000 plants per acre, plants you have pecans this year. raising projects to buy new number pasted on their and the University of Florida
campaign, alone w ill cost between$440 to For most folks with pecan equipment for the fire telephone. He staled that
was the almost total lack of attention Ford and the Republican (Party. $700 per acre. This is a lot trees it is an off year. Ap- department.Dr. getting on the right l lane the are actively these involved in A

paid by either candidate to what is We more than the 8 to 10 dollars parently the crop is very light lirst time could mean saving answering questions. Is
agreed with columnist Tom state forest pathologist
I without doubt the crisis per thousand or $200 per acre throughout the area. The first I A.Y Covington drew the someone's home.
greatest the
Wicker that it was hard to see why the for plants just 10 to 12 years price quotes I have seen are ticket for M.J. working on problem
confronting America theenergy winning The Kingsley Lake fulltime. Up to this point not
'today -
American voter would return to office a ago. higher than any year I can Cherry. Jr. of Lake City. ,
crisis. fie assured that it is hereto remember.I Volunteer Fire Departmenthas many answers have been
that nominated '
party\ Richard !:ixonthrtt
recently installed radiosin found.
J stay although many people still find times in the last four elections; a Other I mentioned costs of productionthat understand the first pecan Asst. Fire Chief Maxie\ their fire trucks that are

this hard to believe. Even with oil pricesat President who was chosen by Mr. !Nixon: fertilizer and labor, especially, have auction will be held Thursday, most Norton critical stated that this is the hooked up to the Bradford Scientists feels that insects

the present levels, we are continuingto and later pardoned his benefactor: and more than doubled. Anaverage November 11, at the Farmers the Kingsley time Lake of the yearin for County net. This is one of the may play a disease in
area
\Market in Starke. Deliver needs the the but
increase our imports of oil from cost to produce many departmenthas transmitting ,
an
who then fires. \
the of the homes
us highest unemployment Many on
gave before that
of strawberries this your pecans noon and they all take money. have not been able to pinpointa
foreign countries (now 50 percent or rate since the Depression 30's, the acre will $1500. Growers year will day so they can be weighedand the lake are summer homes They offer an associate specific? relationship.

more of our total consumption) while we biggest! budget deficit and Senator have top to spend almost that given a lot number for the and are vacant in the colder membership in the Fertilization seems to play a

know beyond a doubt that these suppliesare Robert I Dole as a running mate." amount to get one acre harvested auction at 1:30: pm. hazard.months, creating He also a noted great that fire department, if you would like part, but no one is exactly sure
not unlimited. and packaged. This to donate mail your donationto what that part is. Particular
In addition to the auction, with cold weather, the heating the Kingsley Lake varieties of slash pine
appearto
means that a grower must get
that
local and systems haven't been
there are buyers
Volunteer Fire be than
good production and a of Department, more susceptible
price who will used for a long of
others buy your period time
Lake Fla. others scientists however
dollars flat Kingsley ; ,
6 to 7 per for his are needed. He
pecans. I suggest shopping for urged all
RIID 4 strawberries to stay in the best deal because! you people to check their heaters cannot explain why.

Q business. probably need all you can get for safe operations before 1he. Old 1t/nwt. Through research presently
miliijFitp4BOB What we need is for the for your pecans to pay for using them. : underway, answers to all the
buyers and consuming publicto fertilizer and other costs of questions may soon by found.
1'-o realize is that our strawberries production. The Klnglsey Lake Fire For now, though, pitch cankerIs
O ; are good and are Department is dispatched A still a mysterious disease
> 976 G. FERGUSON M. worth more than the 3 pints through the Bradford County that foresters are aware of,
JOHN MILLER
+ ON Publishers- for a dollar that was popular a I1 Volunteer Fire Department but few poeple know anything

few years ago. If they do, I telephone 964-6525. To assist about, and no one can seem to
Published each Thursday and entered as second Claw Matter at the Post Office at Stark, cla under think strawberry production : the fire department In control.
Actof March 3. 1379 m Bradford County will have a locating fires each lane
Subscription rate in trade area )7 per year $4 six months. good future. around the lake has been --
Outside trade area $8 per year: $4 SO six months. marked with numbers 1 "Some politician sure are
In Norway, keys are strewn
Phone 964 6305 Starke, Fla Speaking of seasons, it is around the fields to keep off through 76. This number is of contortionist" they can straddle Angry wife: "You are
"
harvest time for sweet hail! vital importance to the Fire a fence wit- keeping an tar being deliberately calm!
Department in locating the to the gro'' -W.nr.IMcNaught

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November, 1978 TELEGRAPH: Page
Tuiiiiuy Riilflroo -

Named President

Of Theressu 4.11-
:.
FINE
Tammy Baldree was:
elected president of the .
Theressa Community 4-1 .
Club: at a meeting October 12. IMPORTED
Tammy Hersey was elected
vice-president Charlene
Beam is secretary-treasurer, A
and reporter.Mary Anne Miller is the PORCELAIN

Twelve members were pre-
sent. Any student living in or
around the Theressa com- CHINA
munity is invited to attend the @ -
next 4.II club meeting set for
the second Tuesday of each SUPERMARKETS
month.The next meeting is at
7:30: p.m. Tuesday November .
9, in the Theressa Community
Center.

I

Madison Street

BuptistChurch,

900 Madison
Itev.Charles K.Swartz.
pastor

THURSDAY: Visitation 10
a.m., 2 p.m. and 7 p.m.
SUNDAY: Sunday School
9:45: a.m.,Morning Worship 11
BY CROWN VICTORIA
a.m. Children's Worship 11
a.m. Church Training 6-15:
p.m., and Evening Worship
7:30: p.m.
TUESDAY: Ladies Bible
Study & Luncheon at 11 a.m. _
WEDNESDAY:; : 7:30: p.m. ___
Youth Choir Practice, 7:30:
p.m. Midweek service,and at

8:30 practice.: p.m Adult Choir 5W, $ c y" T >Nr


FIRST CHRISTIAN
.
tllt'RCII ,. .
Jim l.ove.Mlnlster il,'.';
Sunday:Sunday school, 9:43: .' ,
a.m.; morning service. 10:45: f, .
a.m.; youth group, 6 p.m., ,'t. .
evening worship,7 p.m.; choir < .
practice, 8pmWednesday ;* -
night: Bible \ ,
study, 8 p.m. ,. :.: ,
.. ,
6.1'TISTCIWRCl1)MOKC.NHO1: > I \t\ .<". ;


SUNDAY SERVICES L > i .' .,
Sunday School, 10 a.m. 1 w-
:Morn ng Worship and Services .
for the Deaf, 11 a.m.. '" .
f tL 5 ) hw
Training Union 6:30: p.m.
t-Aenng: Worship, 7'30 p m. ffrrL
WEDNESDAY: ;; Mid-Week \ I _
;;
Prayer Service and Bible _
StudY. 7:30: p.m.. Choir
Practice, 6:15: p.m.


STl1AltK'SWE"KI.
: .Y SCHEDULE

St. Mark's Episcopal ,
Church weekly schedule:
Thursday. November 4
Vestry Meeting, 7:30: pm.
Sunday, November 7:
Holy 3
+ ,
Eucharist, 8:30: a.m.. Church lr b t t
School, 9:43: am, Holy ,
Eucharist, 11 a.m., Inquirers
Class Group 2, 3:30: p.m.
B,Y.C. meeting, 6 p.m.
Tuesday. November 9;: r f.a3
Women of the Church
Meeting:\ 7 p m? "Edge of
Adventure" Study Course.
7:30: p m, Inquirers Class,
i .
Group 1, 7:30 p.m.
Wednesday, November\ :
Junior Cho r Practice, 6:30:
p.m., Church School Classes
(Grades 4 !10)). 7:30: p.m..
Senior Choir Practice 7'30

p m. \ _

IIOVtCOMIMiArBEILAII: : : :. .
It\l'TISI
Beulah Baptist Church of
Clay County will celebrate its

Nov 126th 14 Anniversary Itev K.T. Williams on Sunday, a, The luxury of magnificent porcelain china. '
former pastor, will be the .
guest speaker for the 1a\ m.
service Basket lunch will be
served all p.m. There will be at piece-a-week-savings!
special. singing Former in the pastors afternoon spectacular

members and friends are r
invited

Y


ere'a onr THIS WEEK'S

'discount ticket Yes. magnificent white-on-white FEATURE PIECE

to n college imported porcelain china. at a truly

eucation unbelievable price! Just follow the simple c:

schedule assemble service for four, eight DINNER J1)

twelve or more at the lower than low sale )
Its called Protect$ Ahead.It PLATE
t a plan mat lets you enlist price. Remember... one "FEATURE OF THE .
|In in*Army and start college j jal
the same lime WEEK" piece with each $3.00 purchase!

Whole yours' swung" your
[, ountry the Army pays up t<>]
7t\of your tuition" costs lot j
me college coumea you take |
as a aoll student Week Item Sale

During your active duly you Price
could finish:2 years al college I IA
men complete your degree [ 1 Dinner Plate 59-
under the Ol BII, it the
school ol your choice 2 Cup 59-

Contact Army Recruiter your local ,. M 3 Saucer 59-

Ask about Protect Ahead 4 Fruit Dish 59'

High School y 5 Bread & Butter 59dd

Seniors & Grads

Call 786.5800 TIlls cyCl will be npeated tlnupolt the prlllltttll

Army Recruiting
And Enlist Today
.
ItltAf ,.
fa OS'e' >

Complete your set with magnificent.accessory pieces and matching. "

porcelain ovenware..on sale at all times!

, t : \ ill



TELEGRAPH! November.t, 1916


_I i Soul/i.siV/t Elcntvnlary Senior CitizensWe CommunityGIRL I


The Starke Elementary by Carolyn Carver Dewey McKlnney thoroughly enjoyed the coordinator of the Civitans

student body enjoyed a Our drive to collect Post compliments of Gem Jewelry. covered dish, funny hat Blood Bank, Gainesville, Rep.
Halloween play on Oct. 29 cereal box tops for The winners of the raffle will)! Halloween Party on October Frank Williams, and other SCOUT NEWS Hall will be in charge.Sunday
presented by the 6th grade playground equipment is in be announced in next week's 26 at the Pratt Street interested parties met to services will begin with
students under the direction of full swing and our students Recreation Center. discuss the withdrawal of the Brownie Troop 352 meets NewsELIZABETH Sunday School at 9:45: ,

Kevin Minton, Santa Fe have collected 1,042 box tops paper.Items raffled were: a VWe were elated by the American Red Cross Blood every Monday at R.J.E. High Morning Worship at It, with
Community College student. for the month of October. Our of Lester and Bank from the American
football, courtesy of Brett and "presence School. All parents are en- New Bethel and Nebo Baptist
Starke Elementary students top class for October in each Jerry's Athletic House, and Martha Smith, of Sweet Association of Blood Banks couraged to cooperate with GIVENS WALKER Churches in charge of

were entertained on grade was: electric can opener courtesy Water, Tenn., relatives of system. It was decided to the leaders Mrs. Lennon and services. At 3 p.m. Mt. Zion of
Wednesday, Oct. 27, by the Miss Gray kindergarten of Kochs Drugs,a Barbie Doll, Ernest and Nora Grider, of promote a Blood Bank in Sarah Morris for success of Monday and Wednesday at 5 Lawtey and Jerusalem
Civlnettes from BHS who 50. courtesy of Priests Dime Starke. Also the Rev. Hugh Bradford County by January 1 the girls. p.m. Bible Class and Prayer Baptist of Olustee will be in
were dressed in costumes and Mrs. Johns first grade Store and a PACE 143 CB McCrastey and his wife of to meet the needs of the peoplein The Christmas Parade is Meeting Thursday at 6 p.m. charge. Dinner will be servedon

passed out candy to 34.Mrs. radio, courtesy Doyle Thomas Texas. The food was deliciousand this area, which we fully the exciting event for the Choir rehearsal, Friday the grounds at 5 p.m.
and first 12. A business
kindergarten grade Green second grade Auto Parts plentiful. support. November

students. 44. The kindergarten classes of After b'.1ch our meeting voted and Junior Troop 684 meets meeting will be held. New Bethel Services begin
P.E. students of the week Mrs. DeSue second and Alex Morton was Christmas practice will begin with Prayer Meeting and
Starke took with of at 3:30 in
Elementary a Pledge given a prize for the funniesthat every Tuesday : room All
November 8.
Oct. 23-30: third grade combination84.Mrs Allegiance Monday Bible Study Wednesday nightat
walk around the school and song, America and Lois Roberts won a 1-D at R.J.E. School. Leadersare send
Grade 3 Shawn Michael. Jenkins third grade parents are 'asked to .
neighborhood to observe signsof The Beautiful. There was a beautiful framed picture. Five Elizabeth G. Walker and John's is 7 p.m.COD'S
St.
Grade 4 Melissa fro children too. .
fall and to Norman'sMarket discussion of the horrible other door prizes, donated by Audery Griffins. Cooperation who
fourth
Stephens.Grade Mrs. McClelland to observe the conditions existing in many Karl Hoist, were drawn for. of the parents is needed for grateful to everyone MIRACLE AND
the Halloween
5 Tina Bowen. grade 33. helped make DELIVERANCE OUT.
Halloween decorations and nursing homes in Florida; New members are Eva and success in all activities. It Is
Grade 6 Jeff Taylor. Mrs. Adkinson fifth grade fall harvest. They also that whereas 22 operators of Gene Clark, of Brooker; and important to get the girls registered Carnival a success. Pastor Visitorsare Is REACH FOR ALL PEOPLEOF
103. brought back pumpkins to these institutions are suing to prospective members. Grace before November 15. Rev Willie Huffman. CHURCH OF GOD AND
POSTCEREALBOX Mrs. Baker sixth grade- make jack-o-lanterns for their block the much-needed and William Monaco, and always welcome. HOLINESS. INC., 1114 Oak

TOP DRIVE 71.The rooms nursing home refecqi: act, Edith Pew of Starke. Welcome THE 1970 CLASS REUNIONThe Street Elder Singleton,
AND
children I in these GROVE
*"* PLEASANT Overseer, I.Z.
passed during the 976 aboard! 1970 Class reunion has pastor.
classes all received popsicleson MT. MORIAII UNITED Sr. Service activities

Legislative session. A been postponed from Friday Montgomery
Phone Rates Down Happy Birthday Lewis
of Piggly Keeping PARISH, Rev.
Oct. 29. courtesy CIIURCII follows
as :
resolution was read, discussedand November 26 at Kellys to
Smith :
Wiggly in Starke. Next time you pick up your voted on, condemning the Congratulations, Friday night December 24, Willie Stitt, pastor. Service SUNDAY: Church School at
and Walter
I tur} box top goal is 25.000 fora telephone to make a call,think greed of these operators, for Peggy Richardson, on 16th 1976 at R.J.E. cafeteria at 9 activities as follows: Pleasant 10 a.m., Worship at 11 a.m.,
swing set for the about this:telephone rates may vast profits buying and your p.m. Each member is asked to Grove weekly services begin Evening; Worship al 7:30.:
playground.CARNIVAL. be and the price you wedding anniversary. with rehearsal for the Young
going up selling elderly human beings, One moment of silent have a donation in by MONDAY NIGHT: Prayer
services at
pay for other essential unsafe buildings, feeding was offered for the December 1, 1976 This will include Adult Choir Monday night Band meeting 7:30: p.m.
RAFFLEOur them. prayer night is rehearsal -
with
= along 7:30.: Tuesday NIGHT
THURSDAY : Prayer
less than dinner and enter-
patients on $1
per of the souls of Houston
makers in repose Junior
top money Why? for the Young at 7:30. FRIDAY
shameful tainment for the class Meeting :
,
day unsanitary
Driscoll and his wife Marian,
1I(1llowl'enl'arnival raffle is being pressed Wednesday
our Legislation Choir at 7 p.m. Bible
conditions,and neglect duringthe members and one guest. The NIGHT: Study.
and Ernest Bonawandt, club
Grade 5 --- :\IrsStrung's that would American Meeting.
were grant night at 7:30: Prayer SUNDAY EVENING al 5:30
is :
donation
final of their $15
phase lives per person.
members, who died within the
class -- $146.15. Telephone and Telegraph This resolution was sent to the The donation is to be given to Thursday night at 7:30: Bible II.Y.P.U. The public Is invitedto
abso- month. May they rest in
tIiM Grade Mrs Baker's class (AT&T) and its allies an past Coleman Linder- Study Sunday Service will attend.
President, national and state Daisey
$171.51. Our class lute telephone monopoly in the peace. Melvireven Morris begin with Sunday School at 10
senators and himpton, ,
champions will receive a United States and virtually the Governor representatives, HEW, Dr. The last date for Swine Flu Chris Chandler Ophelia a.m Morning Worship at 11 t'n.tSU: =" TRUE: :
from
:4 school party for their efforts. exempt the Bell System Edwin: a.m. Charge conference will CHURCH OK GOD; IN=

,___" ..,,_._....M'. ..,.._...............".. Our top individuals in sales many forms of action.rate regulationand Arthur the Flemming White, chairmanof House Health Shots at Department the Bradford, 329 County N. Bright Strong. Clark or Mary be held at 3 p.m. UNITY: Elder Sampson
antitrust
were Conference on Aging, and Church St.,is Nov. 5 from 1 till White pastor. Service schedule -
Lawtey Elementary Robert Carverwith BORNCIIUR'II
Grade
5 -' Tilt: FIRST
John B. Martin,director of the 5 p.m.Our, CHURCH NEWS as follows: Prayer
Cafeteria andgrade that
a total of $38.50.: experts believe OK TIIK: LIVING
Many
WTCOA, calling for national next meeting will be Service TUl'sdl7:10; :: p tn.;
Bill Sanders with a ostensibly to Cohens,
6 action meant Elder S.V.
this iOD; ,
investigation and action. held November 9 at 1 p.m. at ST JOHN MISSIONARY Wednesday. 7:30: ) p In.,
Saturday November 6 total of S:13.50.:) () They \\erepn'sl'nl1 help the people who use the telephone pastor. Deacon Zephaniah L. .
The Starke Chamber of the Pratt Street Center. BAPTIST CHURCH NEWS Tarrying Service. Fridaymghl ;
8:00p.m.: silver identification services, would actually Commerce, led by Mr. Weekly services as follows: Strong reporter. : Bible Study. Sunday;
I Icha 11.4 chairman
bracelets raffle them. services begin
by hurt
Wilson, Ms. Patricia Whitten, -Joe Kerrigan Prayer Band meets onFEATUREOFTHEWEEK" Weekly Services will begin! with
Tuesday night with PrayerService Sunday School ;it 10 a m
at 7:45.: : Friday night
Morning ul 11 .
Worship a in.
'
4J i it and Tarrying Third Service Sunday at 7:45.: Sunday First. !Evening: Worship at (li; p.m.

Plat 59' School at 10:30: a.m. Morning :MT. PISn.1I1.10; : :,
: ,. FOOD Worship at 11.31): ) Home
iR ;regn alhm 'lIl.It'II. Hl'l.l'I'IIY Young,
,-s __ Mission, 1 pm. Y.P.C.W. andor pastor. Weekly services as
Jt& e <(< ) exchange service with
follows (Choir rehearsal
59
:
n ..MA Gainesville Church.EBKNKXEK .
Wednesday night! at 7 p in.
I f8r.M..tI1Nr w ; Sunday Sunday School at lit;
: := : : AND NEWBETIIEL :
DINNER PLATE ,'i ii! _--.......... : : BAPTIST a II I m., 'l"mmun"HIII. Service at
urn
EACH FAIR
THIS CYCLE WILL BE REPEATED THROUGHOUT (Clll'RCl1ES Rev. L.H.

WITH EACH $3.00 YOU PURCHASE AT FOOD FAIR. THIS FOOD FAIR PROMOTION. Davis pastor. Service schedule run.\nii.I'm: :MIS.
follows Ebcnczcr iscelebrating .
BUY THE "FEATURE-OF-THE-WEEK" EACH WEEK UNTIL YOU HAVE A COMPLETE SET as the :seventh anni- 10NARY BAPTIST I ,
'lll'It'll Hl'i.;i.
of Rev L.H. Davis
2OC OFF pie CONSUMER CORNER... FAST FOOD TROUBLE SUPERMARKETS t versary cginning/ Thursday night) at Senior:May; berry C Choir.pastor.Unnl'l'rSiII'Wtll Sunday ,he

7:3i) with Greater Allen
WE AND OUR KIDS OIT AN OVERDO OF : ;
SALT TATS AND CALORIES licithscrvtd 1 I ::0111111.1lOam.1 \ Nfhinil.ii'
EVENVTIME. WC STOP' AT A YOU NAME NEVERTHELESS. FAST FOOD Chapel '\01": : Church. KevK
I CHAINS' ARE FASTOVERDOSES BECOMING' A 70S OF US USI THEM G; lloasiie In "rliarge II a m.. Mt. "Xon

I ANY SIZE ; AT FOR LEAST TWICE A TODAY MONTH MORE: A SAD FATINQ HATSWERE HIGH I PRICES we are pleased" to accept Friday nilht.uv:-: SlhAhelmc sing.A :M K,\I:1: : Church p.m. different Choir cheers will

FORMING MAT LEAD US TO PAYING' FAR HIGHER HEALTH PRICES TOMMOHOW. Baptist Church of I'utnain
I I THERE ARE LOTS OF ARGUMENTS ABOUT FOOD TODAY AND PLENTY OF UIS.D.AFOOD STAMPCOUPONS will participate in the service:
I DOZEN EGGS I FADS TO SWALLOW ALONG WITH THE SALTY SAMENESS OF THE HAMBURGERS The public is invited.
AND"'IS.I' IF THERE IS ONE SINGLE SURE MOOT TO EAT ON IT I* FROIABLY
THE TREMENDOUS VALUE OF VARIETY.' OONT LET FRENCH FRIES REPLACE
THE VEGETABLES IN TOUR LIFE AND TASTE BUDS. DONT LET HAMBURGER CIHIUII OK (iOD>> IN:
''h Lwmo .COUPOM.ran eoutoM NRN*-.?o.M MOV oft MOM v TWIU pooo mo_,nov.to.TOMCCO!S1a..mooycn..,of!UCM ucuioux euro J AND BUNS REPLACE BREAD. AT THE VERY LUST KEEP BOMS CRUNCH FRUITS NOW GOOD ON ALL FLORIDATHEATRE CHRIST. Elder I) H
VEGETABLES PLAIN VIEW TO COUNTERACT THE OVERDOSES!
---- --- -- --E --I--- IMPORTED FOODS ALSO! Williams, pastor. Sunday;
"1 Sunday School at !9:30:: (} a in
r ro 1':' :, ,>> :Morning %Worship llin:: with

< '. the message: dell l'l'l'\\ li>
:Minister I Dewey Taylor.l;
Meat
Bargains in ;5:11): ) \' P.W W with Sisffilimmie
au.rft."D.c..OOOO..O..IOOV. 3. Fri. Sat Sun
THRU.'D.,MOV.M,,....QUANTITY RIGHTS"' _Do .' Thomas> in charge)
Walter Matthau TUl'sd.IlIight Kihle Band

COMPARE 0........... .ou.... .oY.... with :Molhcr Daiscy 1 Joins 'in
COMPARE I.R'CIW. Tatum In"THE
0.fleet u Ho EvcryDayLowPriccCENTER SAYS 0. w YO chargeisilors are always

11 tn t M $128 1))' nun MM ntior fnt
Chuck Pot RoastKIlH 11 I Sour Cream 59 10*
CUT BEEF .HKAIK.Il: ItKTIII.KIIEM: : ::

Bnls. Stewing Beef .1" II' SIRLOINSTEAKS Sliced .Cooked Ham $+" 3ftar <>' BAD NEWS KREEUII.I.: : \Kcv 11.\1'1'Jasper' I STl'IlllHll.

Hot N TM CMC. >II l IB I
19 10 I Vulliams m charge.( Weekly
Fryer Combination I/ / Ham Patties $149 *>' services will ht'gll1Ionday:

night III I 7o: with TinTots

SAVE SumTyTand d Sausage $119 20' rehearsal Tuesday 'nighl/ ,
Every DayLpwPrice f Y0 5Q/ Prayer :\h'I'III1l1'llnl'sd.I\ )'
ref ttunt night. Senior Choir' rehearsal.
Burgers 2" 40'8reMa PG: Thursday night Story Hour ill

LOTS OFCHICKEN U.S. GOV T. AW; $4ia IAC.Pr. t I'In.0o01'Mlre the church., Friday night./
INSPECTED l Shrimp w Junior' Choir rehearsal.

CORN FED LB PLUS Thlil'sd.lI1Ighl.; Story Hour! til

Agar Boneless Hams M" <' Junior the (iliurch.Choir Knd.iv rehearsal.night

QUARTERS I/IWO V IOYM.I .... i uni ihi ru vni'Booth's '
3 LEG WITH BACKS COMPARE( wTO JOEIiPlcCREB"MV5X4JVG Sunday services Sunday
3 BREAST QUARTERS WITH BACKS Fish Burgers 20'Si .. Sdttllll'
.,,1 a III) a III :\1111'11111;::
3 WINGS- NECKS 3GIBLET PKGS. a Mil IWUI Worship. at I II I a in. Dinner\ will
69C 20'> ii t signal 49* "' IK' "
FRESH Bacon Roll Sausage served at IJ-H: ) :H'l\Ing
COUNTRY" '
FLORIDA KM NIIT" ..ca1 num. MM M aa. .im m nnt Worship at Ii(i p in.f. .
OR GEORGIA Pig Feet, Ears, Tails 1&29 20'> _. American Cheese Food 98 21440 ALYIVFASAL ICfKr1TRI.tOLLt. fG1
PREMIUM .. SY .RK,1TEIt: : A LI I.K: N
MO MMII HKU soooajSI
GRADE Fat Back 49 t 20 1 Orange Juice 3''/9SC 21U HI'11.0.l'IlWEI.U: ;. lleastie.: ':, CIIIIUII pastor.:

Service schedule as l IdlowsWeekly \ '

301 I services! begin with

\ __ 'I1 _ _ _ _ _ _ Prayer :Meeting andlClass>
EF CHUCK meeting Tuesday night at
CUBESTEAK DRIVE-IN 7 :io. Frid.iy .nighl at 7.3u:
\All CI!ViiSI. Sunday services

: tillIs l cgiii with Sunday Si-hmd, ,
at !'J.4.V CoiiiniuinonService at
Fri
Sat
I rt 39 I 11 I a m. a ml ;3-in:: p m. Victor

'S&UtJXS&IKliSlSftKetfSs&Httsv&aftyPETER SUSAN are always welcome..tIFHH't. .

: I.K.CION POST
FONDA GEORGE ::111 "

j

Bargains in Produce fikCALIFORNIA Bargains in Bakery '' r all(Commander inenilH-rs (loyal of American is asking:

FRESH \legion post ;314; lo please be
PANTRY PRIOR SLICf t present at the Educational:

ORANGES 20 FOR '100 GREENBROCCOLI ICEBURGLETTUCE PULLMANGRAPEFRUIT G Building al :'Il'U; ,'1111'I

Baphst Church, 2 pm.. for' a
8 FOR $10 R.ca.OR UTTtRMH.K24oz \cry i important meeting.

Sunday November 7. I'jTil.! (;
TANGERINES 24 """100 BREAD
LAflIiY ----
whtin --
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"!- CRAZY :MtLTIPH.VSICVANKREE =

EvcryDayLowPr.ee y BUNCH LARGE 59C LARGE HEAD 45 LOAF 31 ,Plj s. -- Your :local: BLOOD Seventh TESTS:! Day


EvcryDaylowPrict PLUS Adventist Church will offer

YELLOW SWEET RED ARTV FLAKE OLYMPIC free blood pressure tests,

124 15 Barry Newman In blood sugar, hemoglobin and
ONIONS t. POTATOES EtOWN'M SIRVIDROLLS MEAL glaucoma screening on

CABBAGEWhite BREAD "Vanishing Point" Thursday, Nov. 11. from 10
id io' a m. to 4 p.m. at Spires' IGA

GENUINE IDAHO Store, Lake Butler.
( Sun Mon
c- Blood sugar testing will be
YELLOW BAKINGPOTATOES done by appointment. 2 hours

CORN : : AND SERVEDINNER M1GHTY GIRls after a special test meal. Call
496-2782
12 PAK 4t for instructions

10 HP* 10 OO 3 < S ,..where lust Is /y appointment information about and further.
3 1I never having to say other tests.
MlB
_Potatoes_L. 7< EARS _BAG I m ROLLS you're tired. *"""------- .
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CLKBMEETINti

BOUNCE DRYER BOUNCE DRYER The meeting of the Board of
SAVE 10C I CASH
IVORY Directors
IVORYCOUPON of CUBB Economic

I ETTY CROCKER | FABRICSOFTENER FABRIC I wtS;!? Agency evening,will November be held Monday
8, at 7:30:

i FROSTING ;II SOAP SOFTENER I DETERGENT THE pm building., at in the Starke.Civil Defense

j PERSONAL SI2E 3 t 3ax
MIX Any interested citizen Iswelcome

I 13o SOX-ALL 991 LOVE PILL CUBB' at meetings of the
,..... 4/49 Board of Directors and
AT FLAVORSfJ 20 UNIT 10 UNIT
A ; .ne ..... 1_, public forum section Is a partof
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R IuM
II --- waOL.xAKStmea9. every meeting.Pa.11 .

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Preston lIol'cl 00 t--------------- 1
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IN AUSTRALIA EXERCISE
Preston M. Barefoot 90, of had lived all of his adult life In sister, Mrs II. F. Darby of rii .'
Starke, died Saturday Florida and over 50 years In Lake City; 5 grandchildren October 27 .0 Navy Aviation Australia and New Zealand I
afternoon October 30. In the Starke, lie was a retired and 8 great-grandchildren. Electrician's Mate Airman (CANZUSI) taking part In the ')f d& .
Bradford County Hospital or M. Benckowsky, son three week exercise The trio I
employee the Seaboard Funeral services were held Stanley all
following a lingering illness. Coastline Railroad, and a Tuesday, Nov 2. In DeWitt C of Mr and Mrs Anthony F, nation exercise, involving 'III
Born Oct 25, 1886. In member of the Madison Street Jones Chapel with the Rev 1 8enckowskV; of Star Route, more than 40 ships and nearly' ",. f ,
Whitevllle, N.C., Mr. Barefoot Baptist Church, Bradford Charles Swartz and the Rev k1 "I.y Hampton IS participating In 250 aircraft is designed to'test 'H
Lodge Number 35 F&AM, the George harper officiating, ,* 4 1I I, Exercise "Kangaroo II," the and evaluate plans for 'O'J
y
Victoria 41I' combined ANZUS
Weging York Rite Bodies the Scottish Burial was In Crosby Lake largest peacetime training in a simulated operations combat >! I.
Rite Bodies, Morocco Temple Cemetery, with Masonic Rites j operation ever held In environment."N
Mrs:Victoria V. Weglng 58 of the Shrine and the Starke conducted by Most Worshipful Australia. ,W
of m. 2, Starke, died Friday Is member of Kangaroo;( II" is being ,II
Shrine Club. He was a Past Past Grand Master Roy T 8enckowsky a .n r I
afternoon,October 29.while at Master of Pine Hill Lodge Lord. In lieu of flowers, those i- Helicopter Anti 0 Submarine conducted In the Tasman and I 1,1,
work at the Northeast Florida Number 9 In Brooker, and desiring should make Squadron Two embarked Coral Seas and along the rw
11<
eastern Australian 1
State Hospital. Bradford Lodge Number 35 In contributions to the Masonic aboard the aircraft carrier coas! : .I,
uA
Born August 12, 1918. In Starke In 1972 he was Home In St. Petersburg or the IY+r iE 4 4M USS Enterprise.He A 1975 graduate;( of Bradford I"t I "j
Union City, Penn.. Mrs appointed District Deputy Shrlners' Crippled Children's Is one of more than 32,000sailors County High School, Starke
. Weglng had lived In Starke for Grand Master of the 8th Hospital In Greenville S.C Marines soldiers and Benckowsky joined the Navy .t
several years. She was Masonic District. airmen from the U.S.. In June 1975. I t I
employed as a nurse's aide by lie Is survived his -._ -_ _ 11.
by 3 Dr. C.J.Nnftcl - - -
the hospital. daughters, Mrs. Inez A. Green rRI
Survivors Include her and Mrs. Juanite B, Dinkins of Dr. J. Cecil NaClel, a k. I PANELING I
husband Paul H. Weglng; one Starke, and Miss Sara E. resident of Starke while CENTER
daughter Mrs. Marlene Barefoot of Jacksonville; 1 stationed at Camp Blanding .,,,
Strama 0, Lake Butler; four during World War II, died 14i I ,1 I II I
sons, Alan, Gregory, and Thomas Lewis October 12 at his home in "" ,e w 4'x8' jr 'p F
Gary all of Starke and Birmingham, Ala, lr r' ,j.. I
Dennis in the U.S. Navy; one Funeral services are set at 3 A graduate of Emory 1: I r I II I
brother Walter Drabmu of p.m today (Thursday, November University Dental School he SHEETS !1 I II
California; two sisters, Mrs. 4)) for Thomas Jefferson was a member and past f li
Stephanie Yurtlnus of Lewis, 87. of Starke who president of the Birmingham Double noubJe..toil trouble I Prices ., / I )
Arlington Heights, illinois, died Tuesday morning, November District Dental Society, a -,,; = ;
and Mrs.Carolina Kowalski of 2. In Bradford County member of the Alabama "- Start At t .r : : ;,r
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Union City, Penn., and 8 Hospital following a lingering Executive Council, the ,,/ I I ,. I. I I
grandchildren. illness. American Dental Association, I
Funeral services were held Born March 16, 1889 In Clay and the Canterbury United 'i '"- I
Monday, Nov. 1, In the DeWittC. County, Mr. Lewis lived most Methodist Church. Re was a v 1$299 { I
Jones Chapel with the Rev. of his life In the Starke area. member of the Southeastern rr '.
LeRoy Olive officiating. Prior to his retirement Mr. Academy of Prosthodontics, .
Burial was In Crosby Lake Lewis worked as a custodian and a fellow in the r '
('l'l1Icwry. for the school system. He was International College of Md1.
a member of the Pine Level Uentists. Boys and girls In the neighborhood of JamE's Slrltkland: ot the intersection of Morgan Road and i
Franz. UcuhlCh Baptist Chunh.: Funeral services were, held SH-16 were!greeted Saturday night bv this! !group( of ghosts! and !ghouls( .
Survivors include three In the Valley ('hapt'J with The Slritklallll: family anti seine neighbors spent all day Saturday building the haunted
Franz Deutsch, 75, of sons: Thomas Edward burial in Elmwood Ct'met..ry.Dr house shown abo\e. Saturday night they tilled any and all kid'l Illf all agps 1 to tour the horse and i
diNt (Tommy) Lewis, Elmer be treated arterward. The deal included a !ghost( made from a sheet stretched 0t'I'U frame which
Orange Heights
evening, Nov. 1. In Alachua Monday Elbert (Buddy) Lewis, andHobert Nanel and his wife, could b. raised and lowered from the tree from which: II hUllg. Some kidsolldn.t/ t'\pncoml' Into VAUGHN-JOHNSON CO.
Margaret have many friends the yard after being/ greeted by the ghost.111l' .
Earl General HospItal In who knew them when he I I.. OPEN SAT. 9-3 "
was fellows, or which
,
Gainesville. all or Starke seven grandchildren scary some are pictured above were: James and Shirley Strickland; I
A native of Austria, Mr. and; eight great. stationed lit Camp Blanding. IIt.tly, Jack Sheila and Owen Southl'rlandIary: : James, Uavid, ItPIIP and :Michael hall: Eddie: 140 S. Thompson Starke Corner Of S R. 100 964.5711
Uoal\\right; linger and 1J0nna Mc'lendon<< I.NOW. ._ I
ltutsch has lived In Orange grandchildren. - -.... ))1 I
l JI"ights for'20 years. lie was a Services will be held In the -- --- ---
retired baker and attended the Pine Level Baptist Church
Orange Heights Baptist with Hev. Roman Alvarez and
Church. Hev. Ben Bryant oUiclating.

Survivors include his wife, Burial will be in Crosby Lake o .SET YOUR TABLE WITH FINE IMPO RTE
Katherine J. Ueutsch; one Cemetery. DeWitt C. Jones ,
daughter Mrs Evelyn Funeral }Home Is In charge of
Cassidy 'of Orange heights; arrangements
one son, Frank J. Deutsch of PORCELAIN CHINA y
.
Waynesboro grandchildren., Ga.. and three : <::::::::::::::: ::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::::'.;:' I .

Services are scheduled at 2 r# Card Of Thanks L
p.m today (Thursday, Nov. j
41 Cemetery) at graveside with in the Melrose Hev. .:. ::::::: .:.::.:e:::::::::::::::::::::: :::;:::::;::: @ AT SPECTACULAR "FEATURE.OF.THE.WEEK" SAVINGS .

Kenneth A. Sims orrkiating. I\lrs. Ethel 1 Faircloth and
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral family wish to express their SUPERMARKETS pokily

home Is In. charge "farrangt'mt'nts. friends undying and gratitude;( acquaintances to many for Clip The Valuable I ___ "d

their beautiful concern flowers food extended, and Coupons in this Ad ; PANTRY 5 LB BAG j I 9 COUNT I
i I r4.!' Lunloreaux during the recent death of TRAC II
their husband and father, & Save Up To... PRIDE
Mrs Lavenia B. Jesse 'uircloth, We shall : 49 JI : $119
Lllll1Urt'llux. 72, of the hall always remember you. SUGARwm. BLADES
Lake section of Keystone $

heights died Sunday 2 2 4 L ....s. cov.os WID_NOV *-wo.- 10 t.7S..;....,0..'ACN CINY -.J J L WIN .. .
7'
( ,\HI .,... .. ..... COuPON 10.NOV T""U WID NOV to I7S UMT'0 "CN c.-.J
morning October 31, in the I)01"'llI1NKSThe COO""" .TN A 00"" --'000"" To.cCo.cr.."CL...... .,.. _""" A..00"" _.'000 01100.... .
... 'OII.CCo C.
Bradlonl .County hospital A. ___ __ __ __ ____ A...._____ __ _ _"
following a long illm'ss. Family of Mike P.atrick. .VfMAll '
Bonn 'ebruary 7. Hit).!. in \\ouldlike to tllilllk each and
"ullol'k" County Georgia everyone IIf you during the -
sudden loss of our son und ITIM'AND MM+GOOD WD MDV 7.ttNUruitCAd
,
s. Lamoreaux had lived in WID.. IIDV. to tea QUANTITY' N'ONTO' N"INVIO.
I I. stone heights for over ::11I hrother who died October 2, ail
117fi.! i'
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5. She was a nWIn her otI. "
Thank you for all the ,. ..
I I. .adara Baptist 'hurd1. COMPARE" COMPARE ow ,11 uT1
',urvlvors include her I lowers. fo1Ml; kind words and a SAYE .::av u.toNn
.u4band. Kirk C. Llllnol'eaux. thoughts. four' kind cxpression ?( hi Iwo Pit/writ P514,
three brothers, Ernest of s 'lI1pathy'as deeply Lw fall 79 20' i Potato Chips 58 n'PNI1rr
Beasley of Daytona Beach, qpr'ciated. 1\11'. and :\Irs.WI Premium Beef Stew 1 P11N Nu M1
Morgan Beasley of Claxton : Patrick and "'lIIntly.ltn "ClIO CwrllNl P \ r 1 Y Marshmallows 39 6 C
29'
Ga., and T.L. Belsley of lomato Sauce 3/$1/ r
II" Cit rw1Y P41N' 1l III'HOII
Savannah Ga. two sisters, ( ,\ t..l11.KS. L
; White 16'
Potatoes 4/$1/
Mrs Lena McDonald and Round Tomatoes 3/$1/ 29' t,
Mrs. Jrlez B.lchkai, both of Words cannot adequately _
CIII r
Savannah Ga. "Xpl't'Ss our deep appreciation Sweet t'"p''as 3/$1/ 1 JJ' SAYE SAVE I IViasic
'wlt'ral services were held for the many acts tlf kindness 34 401
,,,,I1tI.I/. :Nov 1. ill the )DeWittC shown during our recent II H1 "I Nor-111111 RVOIS 1 '
Jones ('hapd with I ht' Hear I ht'rl'"\ement.! For card,, food, Cake Mixes 2/1// leOW
Lea nun Wa..d t1Iicmating Iht'l"s and prayers we are U., P14111' 101"" x541 0(1111. :
Burial was held In deeply gl'lIll'lul.TI1l' Dill Pickles 69Rosedale 20' I" I
i1t
JICk-ens. II h'I ,' m."I i \
Gardens l'rulcler'! IWdr Family of :'olr Clarence Sweet Peas 4/$1/ !16'
orange" fork \Vllhanrs' Sr
r a.. test 0(114Macaroni
& Cheddar 4/$1/ 16' COMPARE 0111T.' 11 TO.TWt.11, TO '
ate Iw l-t
Vienna Sausage' 3/$1/ 29' Alr fresheners 3/$1/ 12rt
1111 iSPantry....
Our Entire Pride Dry Milk 1399 3D' Hat Cocoa Mix 99 h 29'

? F olger's, 1111011 IM Coffee $219 SAVE Snack O 1 rill MIN Crackers 49 4

NURSERY STOCK

t io't


c 2 5 % Off



FRUIT & SHADE TREES SHRUBS EVERGREENS Ik1I

= ROSES $389 to $659 _____ _

POTTED SINENSIS $259 to $499

HOUSE AZALEAS $199 to $569

PLANTS BOXWOOD $199 to $499 ZEST AQUA I CHEER LAUNDRY

Cp OFF BOTTLE BRUSH $698 BATH SOAP COMPARE :':::::;::' .:' COMPARE "::'::MK: ::"w't DETERGENT


2_JO ANNUAL FLOWERS 69c 4 UNITS 99 Orange; Ili 'j Juice MIN 3/$1/ JJ' I Queen r Iwm Site Mw Panty PAM Hose 99C 30' :Box $2321ii

To Many To List Them All "'
Many Others Creamer 5/$1/ 25' I P' nii"Pride Knee Hi's 7 8 21'

BLACK MOW COMPOSTED MANURE' Lwow w rwm Mw c PAlP01'11' MIN' nnaMM tees TAN
1 Pant 10' .
All Organic For All Planting prod; Whipped Topping 39 I Men s Sport Socks 88 21' ,

Weed Free $238 PANTRY Pantryi" PrideNMeat Pies 4/$1/ ''t'' I EfferdentNTablets 5129 ''

.y 50 Lb. Bag resat Pantry IN Pride Waffles 6/$1/ 20'IPepto Bismol 5109 26'
N .
PRIDE 1 : .

FLORIDA fr: ftlIlF_ BATHROOM V6)I


PEAT 5/8" X 50' TISSUE I


8 Nylon Reinforced 2 ROLL PAK i iNtN

Bushel $13 $ 6 68IORIDA tOe M-tea COUr t+.tT tt.10.101.OACM NO1 a COVroll TwMf ........... ........ /
Special old Iloq 1000 Owwl TOYCCO 11001111 a1CtMOla
Bag ,

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SAVE 15t CASH: SAVE 30c I CASH SAVE toe I CASH SAVE*5c CASH: SAVE 5\\' CASH

EST GARDEN CENTER I I I I I WYLER I I BETTY CROCKER I I BETTY CROCKER R'..

aNTRal 539 E. Call St I FOLDERS I I FOLDERS I I I I RUDY TO SERVE I I SOFT AS SILK II

Call 964-5745 I COFFEE I I COFFEE I I DRINK ALL FLAVORS MIX I I FROSTING I II CAKE FLOUR RLS

Home Office: Gainesville:; Fla. Est 1949 Also In' Ocala I CAN I I 2 LII CAN I I 2.30& ENVELOPES I I 18.50& CAN.ALL FLAVORS I 2 LII PKG. .
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d Palalka Lake City Starke Jacksonville 11,01 COUPON 1T Pwtt/ 1 OM. 11 I 1trl 1011 CtUMOM, AT.TMMM PANT 0111 1tY1. 011.... .t. ..tw eautoll.. AT 111.-NOV .. / ..Al s COttON NOV.Al'PAM11111110s"' of.,... Nw._COt11OM AT ntttl-011.. /wl wlai..A.
Crystal River \ :_.1114 NOW 1,1011 114 101 111 MJ 010111 11111 lOT 1 IIOW ) L.: l 011 to a fMW .iIJ L: 1n4 a u NOV.M ) L.-: NOV a aw wa NOMS J
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St Augustine Tallahassee .... ------ l1al..t.------ ..._-"'! ,----A. -------- --.t..1. .
A .' YOUR DISCOUNT SAVINGS AD'>RESS-320 SOUTH WALNUT ST. ';\



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LAWTEYBY


Elizabeth Terry
Phone 782.33o0SCHOOL

NEWS 'wi'I


Pupils'' in the 5th and 6th
grades will have an
opportunity to apply for
membership in the School
Safety""Patrol All applicationsmust .
be turned in before
November 15. I G'iE RD DO LLAH,. STRETCHIWO

would Mrs. like Odessa to recognize Hamilton the TCVLERD( f; DOLLAR STRETCHING I sw-b

pupils listed below for their
excellent work in Math. These
pupils are studying modern BRECKSHAMPOO 1 t'BRF

and Random traditional House math Mathematics from the ausnru A.y.1 A.' o' E BOTTLE OF 1OOEXCEDRIN $ 00

Program. Philip Crews. Amy
Roark. Enoch Starling.
Jimmy Muse Dawn Scott Excedrin EACH
Kenna Wilkerson Gerald 1S-OUNCE TYPES LIMIT 1

Brown, Jim Norman Pam <
lira irMMiMM
Austin Sue Smith Janet )MtlHI* SAVE EVEN MORE WITH MANUFACTURER'SCASH
Griffis Tammy Barnes and REBATE OFFER!
Jeannie Massey. .NAICSIc( lASlllS When you purchase 2 Bottles of Excednn 100'.. you LIMIT
A Veterans Day program is ...... . . will receive e Malt-In Coupon worth 51.00 Refund. TheL.IiIx
being planned for Thursday / ECl rRD Coupon if available' at the Check -Out Counter.
I November 11. An outdoor 7 DOLLAa STRETCHING/ SA1E j
ceremony will be held and a iii
flag that was flown over the :,
...
Capitol in Washington will be :::. $ r \ i
presented to the school.

on S'IIOOLIEo.U deliveries! ):: : (depending 1 iiiii PROTEIN 21

MONDAY Vtg.! 0lt' beat soup -'
I grilled TUESDAY ch..ft.sandwich Fun. fruit butter cup.ants milk, i m: HAIR SPRAY13.OUNCE : f

I Applesauce steamed cabbage, milkWEDNESDAY ,Meat cornbread'loaf "butter,wad :;;11. CAN LIMIT 1 'e v s)

potato, green beans pears rolls .a
butter mtlkTHURSDAY' If: ...
Dried beam with hamteaiontng : lturr'f"'Z'
i
rice. macaroni andtomatoes &S J
,
n.lk, peaches cornbread butter ,. .J...................... .. .. ........ .......................................................... .
FRIDAY Piles, trench, fries .. ../...............:.:.;.:.:.:.:.:.:..:................................... .... ... .. ..
pineapple upside down cake milk. -- --

FIRE DEPARTMENT: : : l'rV I 1 !W ECKERD DOLLAR STRtlCHINiTRAID I6 ORAL B S EASY S BABY S NATURAL JUTE $ PLASTIC $
:NEWSTUESDAY. ::: TOOTHBRUSHNo. WIPES AFGHAN KIT MACRAME CORD TUMBLERS
Nov. 9 at 7:30p :: 5
: :: 60 & No. Pack of 10. I 4.oz. 100% Acrylic Assorted Packaqe of 25. 2I
there will be drill at
m. a 40 colors. 9
I available. Reg. 59* yarn. Ass ply or 10 or. sue.
the fire station.will be The having Ladies'Auxiliary a ::::: Limit 2 FOR Limit 3 Packf. FOR colon. Reg. 4.49 180 Reg 1 69 Reg 88c FOR


information home meeting the also same at call a time.member's Carol For Ilfi: .j! ', I ANT & ROACH }ff i::: .


Massey ......... .. I I ..
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16 OZ. AEROSOL fir
uwaA.I ::
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TURKEY SHOOT k. :'i' aq jr. ,:
The Little and Small NliMSr e ,:.,.
League
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REG. $1 .45 LIMIT TWO '
f.\\ i -
Association is -
Fry sponsoring ::::::: --L!; 1 EOR0LISTER
another Turkey Shoot from 10 "':'::1' r .
.et
a m. to 6 p.m., on Saturday 'L- 1 I x( LaeAc/ylm/ y8 \h
Nov 6. Charge will be $1.25
per shot with a barrel limit of Ci
30 inches and no 410 gauges. ERD DOLLAR> STRETCHING( lE
MINTMOUTHWASH CLOSE-UP BAR8ASOL ACRYLIC $ STONEWARE
Place is 1 mile North of
Lawtey on U.S. 301. TOOTHPASTE /I % SHAVE CREAMOlJrio'e'n < MACRAME CORD PLANTER 1
12-oz. Mouthwash Mi 6.4 01. size tube. I 5-Ply. 200 7" Diameter.Hand $2
PERSONALSMr .: : 1 $' & Gargle. ? Regular & Mint. | I f Asst. colon. Reg.2.99 made. With attach
: and :Mrs Tommy OIL OFOLAY Limit 1 Limit 1 Limit 1 ed tray, Reg. 2.99

Clayton and son of __ .
Jacksonville were !Monday
evening guests of their 2 I J
mother :Mrs C.R. Crews. -
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Mr and Mrs. W.S. Crews
Jr. of Jacksonville are the 4.OUNCE LIMIT 1DOLLAR ::__ t t!
proud parents of a son,
Barrett Lynwood born Oct. i t

Jacksonville.17th in St. Vincents Grandparentsare Hospital I Qr1JJ1l .:::: ::::

.:Mr and and Mr.Mrs. W.S.and CrewsSr !Mrs. .........-:.:.:.;;::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:::::;:::::::::.;.:.;.;.:.:.:-.. iim.. /

Winstead of Jacksonville. EWRD STRETCHING ::: ':': .
Great Grandmothers are Mrs. t Q-TIPS vo-s LADIES' $ MACRAME -S PYREX
Pierce Crews Lawtey and SWABS TREATMENT SCARVES BEADS DECANTER I ILADIES'
:Mrs Bryan Whitfield of $ Box of 170. Hot Oil, Treatment. $1 Assorted sizes, 21'3 Wooden beads 31, Crystal clear, 1 Qt. $1 J
Campville. With cushion 2.Pack. Limit colon and in assorted shapes & Wine decanter, with
Friends of Mrs. Darlene ed ends. Pack. prints. Reg.1.99 FOR colors. Reg. 55!* FOR stopper. Reg 1.49
:Norman regret to learn that NYLON Limit 1 box. per pack LIMIT ONE
she is a surgical patient in St 3// .. _
Vincents Hospital. :m \\
:
Jacksonville. Our prayers are SCARVES i I.:.: :.:.: I
.
with her We to .-. .
are happy ::::: .--- :::::
report that she is getting along ASSORTED COLORS FOR OMUS ::: ,< :;:;

fineMr: and Mrs. Jack Harris of REG. 59 EA. / c DESITINI PACK :::: ,. ::::

State Farm and Mrs. Pierce A"! :.:::. l", ... .';; :.::.:
Crews attended the Halloween .. \ l: ..., -.;,... ..
Carnival and Fish Supper t ;::.:::-- t
Saturday night at Law ley
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Elementary School. They =UiERO> .... .. ..... ..
reported a nice time. y DOLLAR STRETCHING SALE t, --
:Mrs J.P Wyrick of y OREO DESITIN STORAGE RUBBER QUEEN SIZE
Tallahassee visited her sister ; LOTION CHEST BATH MAT 1
!Mrs C E Strickland of DENTYNE COOKIES 12oz., Bottle. 73 Utility cardboard $1 14" M 22 size. $1 LAP TRAYFOLDS $1 /
Gainesville Wednesday until 1502 BAG Medicated storage chest.Reg. Assorted colors. FLAT I
Monday she then spent 4 REG 96c skin care. 1.49 Reg. REG.t 49 .
139-
:Monday! to Saturday with her DYNAMINTS LIMIT 2 Limit 1 _. .. I
sister :Miss Elizabeth Terry 5// -,.. -- -

Jacksonville Mrs Ina Cribbs spent the of 40'S f

weekend with her son and FOR ....
daughter-in! -law. :Mr and Mrs. ASSORTED FLAVORS ....
Wayne Cribbs and family. / REG 25c LIMIT FIVE l ln
!Mrs !Mae Wells and Miss i ( .

her Arthurine sister Blanchard Miss visited Enza .ti

:Nursing Blanchard Home of Baker at Macclenny County Lv1t85'' !i!

on Wednesday afternoon. STRETCHII
:Miss Ruth Stemhouser and EC14E DOLLAR ECKERD TUBULAR s
:Mrs Ruby Leite of ( $ HUMIDIFIER MILK BATH HANGERS ,
Jacksonville visited their I'/. Gal. Capacity. C k cousins. :Mr and :Mrs. U J. MOTH Model No. 250 *' % oH balanced. r ban 17" plastic en( Asst.colon. .
Anders afternoon. on Wednesday RMOtH Reg. 10.99 Limit 1 1 imit 1 Reg. 294 FOR '

Mrs Ruby Atwood and Mrs. -- ':':'.L I.
Pierce Crews visited her BALLS 2
great grandson Barrett BALLS / SALE PRICES ''' Ii SOLID COLORBLANKETS
and
Lynwood mother Mrs. I
GOOD THRU SAT
W.C Crews Jr. in KILLS MOTHS
Jacksonville on Tuesday 2 FOR NOV.6, 1976
LIMIT
afternoon. REG. 79c BOX :1/1/

:Mr and Mrs Virgil Griffis :
and family of Palatka were
Sunday dinner guests of their :::::: hJ'
mother. Mrs. Nellie ;ii1;; 1
Wilkinson and sister. Mrs. l'' ...... FULL SIZE 72 INCH h
1 Daisy Boch and Miss Lynn T A R X 90 INCH EASYCARE $ 0
.0 MATBELLINE
W ha ley. i HAXRIS
:Mrs. Pierce Crews visited v o ULTRA IASN BLANKETS 50
her cousin! C.U Crews in -__-- PUREST PROTECTONJOHNSON'S rr't! ROACH .1 REG. $5.99
Lake Butler on Friday Black or TABS''
afternoon.Mr. J -; Brown. Limit; 1 Ri
and Mrs. William Wolfe \ : -TZr REG 49c BOX VI.

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and son Danny of Cape Coral 1
were weekend guests of their .\ V\ r. :-. .I..Ey,
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mother. Mrs. Hester Hicks .0. \ 01, ".
and Mr and Mrs. Glen '. -? ., :. TWICE "> Prints I
Shuford and family. While BABY POWDER fir WE FILL MORE THAN .,",, ,,,,
Shuford here :Mrs and Wolfe their Mrs.mother Glen .it r -1., ;-;" T h.\: :; 2 MILLION PRESCRIPTIONS THE FS --- ':-" r .n "
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Mrs Hicks visited her sister baby ,. I -p -- f r.. ,'(,2 EACH MONTH tut
Mrs Cora Hodges of 14.OUNCE / r .: -t-"' -i-- .0 PRINTS < l
Macclenny.Saturday thento powder SHAKER CAN] 4 CDUponGoodThru r- r. < roo
AND 11 ANOevtnoar
Jacksonville to visit her Nov. 8, 1978
brather-in-law and lister. Mr. LIMIT ONE Kodak
and :Mrs. Jimmy Hogan. WITH COUPON TRUST ECKERD'S FOR TWICE Film
:Mrs. Ida Sebastian and Mr. I | Wkee iw es1 wp
and Mrs. Willis Chamberlin THE <* > < *!?
WITHOUT *""* *
jir
of Jacksonville were I QUALITY PRESCRIPTION i i > .<'*?
COUPON
Saturday evening dinner m FILM! k *"*.,"" **
guests of their son and r:d e.u.
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daughter-in-law Mr and :Mrs. l!, i(,:,.".@..'.,:.,"..',:.,.:"."..'.,:.:,.:.,:.::,..:.,..:....\, ";::':*'::;'::::':::".>..".:.':.':.:'.:".".'k SERVICE AT LOW PRICES! ANO trteleAtI roaAr
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Dark LAWTEY(From Ryan Tage Harvey 10), son of I t tI

$$1 Mr. and Mrs. Andy Harvey of

4 Y iP' his Perry Mrs.grandparents Charles spent the Starling.weekend, Mr. They with and I,


carried him home on Friday.We .
are glad to report that
I Andy is getting along fine.
Mr. and Mrs Hermie Kelly

... .. ....... ........ . went sightseeing in Clayton, I:
;; tit .. and Helen Ga. in North and
:: :
E Rv DOLLARS TRETCHIWij SAIE South Carlina.. The scenerywas
ECflERD beautiful. On their way
DO DAR, STRETCHING SME back, they spent Wednesdaywith
I PROCTOR Mrs. Jack Estes of
S Brunswick, Ga. On Friday li
FIANCEE ONE SIZE ELECTRIC ? they met her in Baldwin and
went to St. Vincents Hospital.
1 $
Jacksonville to be with Mr. ,
Estes during his surgery She I
JJPP1- JUICER spent Friday night with the
ifcS PANTY I \r Kellys and went home

SIZE FITS ELECTRICITY DOES THE WORK Saturday.
2// Mr. and Mrs. Phil Eunice of
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L I ) REG $1399CttERD ,
#300 j Graham visited their parents
I I'
HOSEONE 79c EA. l Mr. and Mrs. Harold Eunice '
on Sunday. d
Mr. and Mrs
FOR ...... .... ....... ... . Wayne
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$ ; S U. Orlando spent the weekend
I DOLLAR sTRElCMINOrBRACK'S with their parents Mr. and
Mrs. Bill Dobbs and Chris,
and their grandparents Mr
$ and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs. I
Mrs. Elsie Norman spent
the week with her grandsons
/*
r/w OF .M CHOCOLATE COVERED ffeCANDY Jim. Kenneth and Kevin I:
/ Norman while their mother
Mrs. Darlene Norman was a
patient in St. Vincents

HiP1KEYSTONE (1h ,+ U REG. 69cChoose Hospital Jacksonville She
f' ; FOR hopes to be home November 1 '
: ; + Peanuts
y ? '
Mix in Window! box. ( 01. and Mrs William
t {a+, Bridge ) f Wilson went to Cocoa Beach

and visited Retired Col. and
Mrs. Hal Bo>le. Mr Boyle is '

: .. .. ....... . Administrator of Wuestholf
-- : :: ::::::::::::;:::: : : :: :: .. Hospital in Kockledgo
$ HOUSEHOLD ZIP WAX j WTANDOT MEN'S E 1 tERD : : !Mrs. Hazel Lavinge and son
CAMERA KIT BRUSHES CAR WASH POPCORN BELTS I29 DOLLAR STRETCHING LEctures A J. of Jacksonville Beach
Takes(flash pi | Ant. brushes l ZO-oi. can. Adds 2-Ib. Bag of A were Saturday overnight
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attenei. Model handles. Reg. FOR washes. Reg. 1.39 corn Reg. STYLES REG 297 $ Watts and Barry Lee. 1
|115 X Reg 12.99 to 79* 694 LIMIT 2 Mr and Mrs J.C. Beach of I
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Jacksonville visited I heir ,
parents Mr and Mrs! J.IF'
Robertson and slslt'rIrs:
DISPOZALITE
Edith: Swinney.
,
t o Mr. and Mrs. Gone Pearson
esNp REG. 1.98
carried their granddaughters s
:: (7 :.: I :: \ :: Never refill, rethnt or repair Assorted colors Rabin Tatum and Michele
:LOP : Lee, of Jacksonville to tin-
Y : Jacksonville Fair on Fndi; >
LSD ; : night.
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SWEATSHIRT sI l : 11rs.la"le: Kcddish St.itt-
I 12 Fluid $1 288 6-oz. Bags of I
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: "Farm and :Mr I'ndIrs: L\I: 4"
[Md designs. GRADE =1 For drum or disc candy drops. : McClellanisited t their
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Reg 59c brakes. Reg. 1.59 FOR
FOR PEG SI 19
REG 3 29 w : mother. Mrs. \V.H. Hall in St
'/Si : Jude :Manor ;Nursing; Home
BBC : Jacksonville on Saturday
7// : John Timolhy Wilson and
: Miss Klualu'th: Smith spi-nt '1I
I PENS : I Halloween with his hl'othl'I'\n.\
MOTS; *? FOR :: law and sister i !M.uor and
L MAVALJ t.i.Y r aua REG. 2SCEA. i :: Mrs, James DoiigluTt.v and
i : Choose Black, Blue Red or Green / :: sons of \"I :: Miss: Koh.vii 'Imslor. Senlt!
u and ,'John "spi'iil tin "cekeulwith
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"Too Many Mistakes" Cost TornadoesAs






BHS Falls 14-7 To No. 1 Forest 'ems /


Capitalizing on an early several Tornado mistakes Forest seven yard linejust showed they they could move for the score behind a good on a third and four, and went
pass interception number one which meant the difference in before the half while driving the football on Forest. block by tackle Bobby Smithto three yards on fourth and
Ocala Forest got 14-7 by a the game Bradford High was for a TD which would have BIIS demonstrated it could clear him around the end three.
tough Tornado eleven on the unable to capitalize on a knotted the score at 14 points move the football on Forest a a QB Prevatt added the point Young picked up 92 yards In i
Bradford High field before a Forest fumble at the BUS 15 The two Class 3A power third time on its four after BIIS trailed 14-7 with 20 carries to lead Forest. Bell
large crowd Friday night yard line early in the third houses battled to a scoreless possessions) just before the 5:34: remaining in the third had 79 yards in 12 carries,
Forest was able to take period BUS also fumbled tie in the second half Forest half. The BHS defense stopped period most of that coming on long
advantage of only one of away the football on the drove to the BHS one foot lineForest Forest after the BHS The Tornadoes looked gainers when he got into the

touchdown by putting hard strong on their TD drive, and BHS secondary, but BHS
pressure on QB Young had twice in the first half mostly contained him.
Pushed deep trying to pass successfully. Carter hit tight Fullback Bert Yancey had 42
Young threw under the end Steve Earnest at the 12. yards in 11 carries
intense pressure into the Earnest caught the ball but Andrew Carter led BHS with Lightning fast Ernest Bell rounds the Tornado end welt
wailing hands of surprised lost his balance in the process 116 yards in 15 carries 7.73 lirailforil's Krle: HiKKs, number 12. and linebacker Jimmv (Idik
tackle Marty Russell who and went off his feet and out of yards per carry. Aycox had 51 in hot pursuit. Bell ran for 7'! yards In I 12: carries ag.nnst Ihe
hung onto Ihe football despite bounds at the seven with yards in nine carries. Tornadoes scoring one tou hdo\\ n" breakdown in the Illls
P. dr Iyvr being: close to Young and nobody between him and the defense and Bell's speed combined fur long yardage for, I 1..I.f..1.miWgf .
rubber both line --------
despite pads on goal 8"1-- FOREST; .
hands On the ensuing first down 10 First' Downs It 'I
(From midfield BHS drove to from the seven. Carter IM Vardt Oalntfl ftuininoj ars
the (Forest seven yard line carried over right tackle and 11 Yard Oalnad Palling, .. cot,

mostly on two big plays. One lost the football. Wildcat Dan 9 111.i .PC..m.I.-PA..-Loit PI III 1.1 I
I was a 26 yard run around end Truluck recovered for Forest. 30 Yards PanallMd M
f I on which Andrew Carter Forest was penalized halfway 1M Punts Avo.... IScort ,N 4o
slipped one tackle and got to to the goal to the four, for
the Forest 18 before he was unnecessary roughness on the
knocked out of bounds. The play. by Qu.r'....
rp* ___ second was the one time BHS QB Young was the big gun 8HI 0 F 0 0-7
threw the halfback pass for Forest. In the second half O. ..r... J 7 0 0- 14 j jScoring.

made two first downs before Young converted several third IYIU( 0
,Forest stormed in to stop the down and long yardage II Pond-Young,3yard run. IPYancay. -

"tn1r. halfback. pass for a 10 yard situations. He ran the keeper 21 P.n.lSill. kick' .., aa yard run.
k loss. Forest stormed every. 12 yards on third down and II) BHIAye., 24 yard run IPPrayatl -
r .. body up all night to stop the nine yards to go, for 11 yards kick
BITS halfback pass. The
Uildtat defense would not
give quarterback Jimmy Couches Find Little

Prevail time to pass either,
keeping the pressure on.

drive Forest 62 yards came in on eight then plays to Fault/ In Loss To No. I

for its second touchdown
Tornado football couches Forest 1 1 goal lint It I:in I
Young set up Ihe TD with a 31
quarterback Tyrone Young, number 10 above in white, couldn't be stopped b\ the yard pass to wideout David hy41 found it extremely difficult to (iimmmgs" "iei< hut in mil
Tornado. difense \ oung ran the ball ju times! for IJ v arils and scored. a loin'luloun. I Ile cam cried' Taylor to BUS 32 Young Bert criticize their gridders this .1.1\\'d the Kill out ot 1 tugt! i ,
several ('rlJl'iallhird down and long yardage situations to help "Fittest keep the football lather Yancey and speedy Ernest week alter a 14.7 loss to the hand
than give it up lo the Tornado offense Bell combined on Forest's stale's lop ranked 'lass ::1.\) (1'1'11"1'i i was mote ill'I I'' inI
'Ie\'l'n. I hi' Purest| ..:..1111.' than m quitea
attack with the Bell
but couldn't get in. But the running left In fact their comment run while. Sexton said did foot squirting over tackle w Inutile team bls')k, bunt
\\ildcats control the much closer to praise
cutting outside, and out
Tornado JV Hosts ball for two long drives of 70 running the BUS defense to CY "I| thought our kids did an I' oi c'sl 'I'U""I'( i i madi 1 I"'
2-.1 yards and 64 yards to eat the corner of the end zone for a ,. overall good job" said individual tackles and w.in"
up the clock and keep the ball 20 vaid touchdown with 7:33: offensive line Coach, T'dJnl'llov. on live mine
away from the Tornado It'U'In the second period. t calling the Forest Rig :Maitv' Itussell made "i1'
Buchholz Tonight offense \.ancey added the PAT game a good eflort bv the Bllsc tough,: on the Forest, I in-idi
By virtue of the pass inter Forest led 14 O. <<'lev en glIIll'.gl'ltillt.: in on six tat kleand -
ception and an early fumble Storming right back, The : "\\(' waited around until the* m.ikmg" live individu, '
Tonight meeting BUS came up w ith a big goal Forest also controlled the Tornadoes came up with their fourth quarter lo say' 'llevIheie latkles Hussi|| .il->,
Diursdav :'\04)> between line stand ju'st' before football most of the first lone touchdown of the night. we're just a* guiKj as 1II1"I'I'pl.d a -it'''','n p.i--.
Bradlord High junior halftime holding Gainesvilleon period. BEES had 121 yards They drove 69 yards in two \ou Jornov' noted.I The I Ilu'own In Forest. jit 'r\ rono'uung

\ \arsit\ gndders and four play! irom just one rushing in the first half but minutes using the veer option .i" same (comments i in slightly \ .
({.idine-sville Buchholz is one of 10lllllul only 4):) the second. Forest pitchout to Andrew Carter Bradford's Andrew Carter leaps for yardage against Ocala (hff"I''nllIrds came Irons Linebacker Jimmy Clark is
I ilinse games where a coach's rushed for 14'> yards the first who used speed to get around Forest Carter ran for 116 yard in IS (tarries averaging 7.71: head| Tornado I David I llurse a horse on the BHS defense.
urudgts: >rk into the team Our front line did one heckof half 130 yards I the second"We the Wildcat ends and then yards per try. and defensivecoordinator He led the team in tackles
illortluo a job." Coach Cox said of :Mike Sexton.Respite against )Forest with 10
made too many good moves to elude tacklersfor The Tormloes ran more consistently on Forest than anybody
seasons ago. you may' the second period stand mistakes to beat the numberone gains of 20 and 19 yards. to date, using counter plays with the dive man freeing thelinebacker the two straight.: individual hits and was in on
ic'iall Riddlord Highs JV Thev' blocked down and losses C'oach Sexton dorsn. t 14 other tackles.
team the/
state
in : too Speedy Kenny Aycox took an and allotting the pitch man. Carter to get the
put together a string of plugged up the inside. Cox many, mistakes to be a good option pitchout around left endTornadoes football outside. feel his defense played that Weak side linebacker
victories and went into their noted :Members of that football team" was Coach poorly. overall 'There were Lawrence Patrick the
lin.il gameof the year with an defensive front line include David llurse initial reaction breakdowns on assignments! Tornado defensive signal
ilcmished:, record. only to John Cafinski :Marcus (Cruce immediately after the game. Meet WildcatThe c-Hpec-i.illv on horc-sls caller did a good job calling
have their undetected season Alton Moore: Bernard "It was a hard hitting s FridayBaker touchdown diive. hut automatic defenses against
KO. down the dram on a 14.12 Johnson Timmy Jones football game" the head "We expect! a tough game Wildcats are :.1-4 for the uses the pro some otherwise it was mistake's. like Forest, Sexton says. Patrickdid
I loss, to. vou guessed it Danny Hlld..bran.lark: Tornado said in the dressing over there." Head Coach season to date but Hurse says slot, and occasionally use two (fumbles and the I pass a good job of putting the .
Huchho/) Moslev: and Dwayne room after the gahieVe I )..1III flurse says of tomorrow "folks around here know light ends The Wildcats run a Interception that cost the defense in the direction of the
The( loss ol t two season ago (umimngs "\ put pressure! on ourselves night' ( Friday: =Nov 'SiKpm. records don t mean too much lot of counter plavs nothing 1 'I'ni' 'nadoes I ho .ganu-: football with the automatic
"vas a hitler pill for BHS J\' \\ ith the inside cut off on the failed to capitalize on meeting with Ihe Baker High Shew! davs" fancy sexton noted Ins dl'f"I1" calls. Patrick is improvingwith
head (loath Ih'ddCOl( to goal line stand. the key opportunities and beat Wildcats" in :Macclennv'Iluv It would make the Baker Baker has! a quick bac'kl ic-ld stopped the nil 11I11"1' IIIH IV each ball game he is in,
*"oIUOLind he IS'qUli'k ton linebackers "came up and ourselves by making too many .' will IH playing wit ha season if the Wildcats could something the ildc-ats try' to team in the1 stale- .it the" one Sexton says.
number the defeat along really' stuck some people" Cox mistakes" lot \11'"'(- emotion al times," knock off the Tornadoes take advantage of. Pro man loot. line "The entire defensive
Mill the fact that his teams commented Deff.'n'ibat'ks! Forest's David D'Andrea" a lluise says he expects. "If we llurse note's Roy Leslie a 51; 14' pound '\ou cant ask lot much middle did a good job
have never beaten Buchholz on the goal line stand included defensive back intercepted give them/ a little momentum Baker looked strong against senior has good speed and more than that" said '"II'II.11..111I" especially on the two goal line
Kiuhhiilbrings a 3.3 record Donald Reddish \Iarvine quarterback Jimmy Prevatt's Ihl'y'll be hard lo slop" !\;nl'thlarwn.: a team which trys to outrun the defensive ": Forest. 1 hIII.IIII'.I down stands" Sexton said.
inio tonight! contest here TV son. Glen Carter and Dale initial pass at the BHS ::10!( on liiadlord gndders will lie heat Buihhol/ of Gainesville secondary: High! half Lee al theloinailn live yard line* "I thought we hit Forest as
attd! lo gel underway at 7 lingers! the first BHS possession on a going into the next, to the last 't'heflldcals have (Ix-aten Battles\ 5.10 170 pound senior Another. time Forest hard and as consistently as
pin Ihe Buchholz squad's Hildebran and Donald third down 13 yards to go game: ol the/ !season looking for ;o.IIrlh1.lrion.; : Live Oak and is fast with good moves and\ ''s lee'live'led a Kennvinx> they've been hit" The
tigLtst. win to date was a Reddish led the Tornado JV situation and returned it 10 aII1i1I1'ruslrUilthlll"s's( Palatka Central They have a hl'eolk"aIhn'at.. lumlile on. the Ills ._ .milKilled ildcats'"knew they'd been in
vuiorv ivi-r cross.town rival defense against Gainesville vards to the Tornado 20. '1'he ornadoes, now possess a lost to Bolles of Jacksonville, 1 Leroy Spatclu-r t tl t \H'-; to sour. ball game," Sexton added.
< ..iinesv illo High both racked up eight/ i'renltt. under pressure, hung ii-2 .record alter winning six SI. Augustine, and\ Bishop pound senior is a fullback Strung" side. hm'l>.ii')Mi
II"a' big one for us." unassisted tackles in the the ball up m the air too long straight games he-lore losing K'III'.I' Jacksonville. with high\ knee action I and\ is a .hoots laik. miilille uiiaidKemu IIINESCUMMINGSPERFORM : :
i Lath i ( ox says of tonight evening trying to throw it away' two lough game-s ltd: lo St The loinadoes will face an lun'd i miner th tiiiia-i" tad l.ukli)
nit'.i'ting for his 1 1-5 J\' ()Offensivclv Cox said hl' felt In six plays Forest was in August( and 14-7 to number offense/ almost identical its :Mat Iv Kussell wi ...- .11I1I.1111t'11 Guards Waiscel !limes and
I lornadoesi. the Tornadoes moved the ball the BIIS end zone quarterback one ranked Ocala Forest own veer option) The Baker eo-di.lensivi1 latent ul the I Issac Cummings again
('ox sa\i the contest will see well with Tyson leading the Tyrone Young getting Baker. High' hasn't t Ix'alen eleven is big. strong and C''hau i 1.II'i I l\ashifgtOn..: ) W (M graded out highest of the
Ins chargers (Hiking for thepprtunity ground attack with a KM) yard the initial touchdown from Ihe 'I'in nailin'S in 27 years, but poweilul. the nftensivcline' "<.K I'll:;\)"pound. IUMIOI'". and ('ill'l I "1 kDid, Mm' notice' him, i Insii offensive line, said Coach
to "put it all plus, total for the /game three yards out on a keeper Baker County has been averaging IK- pounds( West. > III KM:; pound ,uinioralteinalc <\i 1'11"1'" i i'..11I' lo "PoringS'Vun Jornov Both were named
IIIj"llll'r":( t for the win Cox Tyson accounted for the around left end simply outrunning growing rapidly with an ml lux ( lIul'l'rha'klk.: \ .. Jones "S. at tinning I hack : asktd (K.uh, I 1'.1\ "II | offensive linemen of the week
,-.ass his squad has been BHS score when crossed the BHS defense. of residents moving out of 1 11 L Ili'i:;-pound junior is a goixi Vest i mis we'll. plays lot! the I lluiso ill h'I'i pI""I tui' Mniul for the third straight week
'mpiliving with every ballcams' the goal line on a fourth Young made things happen all Jacksonville and commuting runner, pitches the ball well BUS' scouting scion says; night.: Iliuse said In nuucl'dI'rugt'r Tight end Steve Earnest dida
: thisseasonand if not for quarter n yard run night with runs on the power to work over four-laned I 1-10. and thiows let(t handed II is Ihe Baker ol Tensive lint kill kill 1 llu kill good job too Jornov said.
I1I1t..k.ould have also .\ quarterback 1 Doug sweep for good yardage in Baker High is now slightly/ expected that Maker High w ill I tires off the ball quickly II looseulu'n |III|liS| I.K')kle Kol.iiul'n Jornov also gave Forest
in'rn !1:1:1 jt the present time Reddish to Moslev: ) pass good, crucial situations to keep larger than Bradford High! have lo throw against, 1 the'lornado has lour site and !strength logo ( in in tic i ,:* "leinviu-it" mi credit for doing a good job
i('ox is anticipating a hard for some 42 yards set up Wildcat drives alive Bert (oath Nurse say's.Merri defense with the quickness I'otost! i I ft:; vaid line III llu with the monster man blitzing
hitting contest tonight and Tyson touchdown run which Yancey added the PAT tint'dpi'nod ,:Slashing: m\ (Item the Tornadoes.
it..i.\N ihe teams are fairly came with just over two Forest led 7 -o with ,5'42:! left in Ornisbee Sets Course Record his! middle ":11.11'111'1 ('i'nL I'1 i iknm "Forest did a good job"
,'\ I'nlnJ.lll'hd. "The team minutes remaining on the the first periodOn 'kirt I the ball loose. li.ul. I Jornov noted. He also noted
'h.11? makes the fewest game clock Cox noted that the Tornado first down |tote| hands around it amlwailioul *- the Tornadoes were not able to

mistakes will win the one" Thur Moslev: d.I's played last after the kick off In Pacing BHS To Win Over Raiders lo take. olf tim.iul\ the react to the blitz.
( ox t oniments, contest IIIJun'd"We Ay'cox started over left guar. '
(oach ('ox sate Buchholz moved the ball well was hit and the ball rolled
Coach !Men! Ormsbee set a Hobin Schweda finished with the outcome -- -
h.I'i alwass relied on the "big ( ox said but our ltx> forward where new "pleased" -
plaoffcnsiM'lv, for mistakes! hurt us He noted se scooting' course record in pacing the eighth at !1:41: !) and Laura and felt the BUS squad Han
wins!
"\,'r his, Tornado JV squads that Tornado drives often !tell Forest Ihe! Dan Truluck fell on it Bradford High, girl's cross Chase was ninth with a 9:50.: leally good"
at BUS :)2) It the
I 1.1I't'k| the Tornado JV short of the intended mark dm second turnover the was first country team boa 20.41 I victory While the two runners! did not The BHS\ girls I travel to D 50 % !
-quad\ ,IIPP'd| to their current to penalties! two Tornado in over Orange Park here figure in the BIIS team total Gainesville I Frutiy for a four
I 1., mark on a 6.7 loss to possessions.Forest Tuesday afternoon. they' did insure!' the Tornadoes way meet against lUithliolPK /.
aincsville' Highs unable however was :Miss Ormsbee turned in a of a victory bv pushing the Yonlt and Oak Hall Off II
junior to capitalize on the time of *) (to)! the Raiders back Ihe individual
in setting new in
\.1 irsitv I gndders! BUS .|\ sTXKTIMi: second BHS error The
llu rurnadoes. who came I."t-ll': Wildcats were stopped at the course record over the mile standings Coach Howard termsFnd.iv's rl g On Ii
and one-hall
v up with a score in the final two OHKNStC :: : BUS 11 yard line despite! a 17 cro-ss country meet a 'warm up* c
minutes nf last week game M.. MUM yard pass! from Young to course at Club the.Starke Golf and Other BUS runners and for the district me-e't Mie nole-s ii 1916 :
win pining for the win wheni Sfronq Guard PnillpHflll. wide-out David Taylor which Country their lime were (Frances that the same tl'allls111 l Ill'
.0 i t two( point conversiontitempt Strong.gut c Tacnit n, Donald MircutCruoT .nmdiinWe gave! Forest a first down at the in Seven sub.10 BIIS-minute runners times turned thesuet ('011 rant. toil.): : Elise: Johns among the competition t\ on the i!! A MobileAll ;;
failed giving .. Guard .Randy TriomptonwianTacnK HITS 12Tornadoes m 111:52.: !Nancy; Mc-Neal: 11111:\ same courseilu* Santa 1-'eCommunity
;.lIn.\ ille the 76\ winlaimsitllt John vauntmiOHt Keith Carter Tornado here girls, Tuesday as! the and Nancy Pav ne 12:411.: I College( ionise Homes i\
(; scored its lone End Mart Molly avenged an l'oat'hIt'lba! Howard when the --
",Man R,chard M.I... Krle: Biggs! Jimmy (Clark and earlier loss this to the lornado runners
t louiluliiun of the t'elllnloon\ Ou..r.. ... Douq ..t.ddH, lay foduincombim-d to twice Raiders season commenting on Tu.'sdaY"1I defeat their district title In Stock
tin seirmd play of the game H........ Marvin Tyion stop (IjB Noting for short gains (Cmdv Griffin finished, third victory. said sheall S-!IUl'd.IY.O! ; \ Ii II Ii
when the GlanCarftrNotaman
visitors 1! caught the
his
on patented !
ptllAol'roe"pi! for BUS with a lime of 9.:17.Kuth r .I
(ills ilelense
looking for anSi u.no..t-: :: : and a delay penalty pushed
lIolll'lTas fourth ;
I"ule run and took the ball Alton Mo... Forest back: to the I 11 I .\ fourth with a Florida Firearms SSAVESSSSAVES
9 :39 1!). Linda Hichardson
the. middle\ was
up some Ho yards '" '" Marcui CruetBarnard down pass by Forest was
'tar the score An extra badmade \ JohnsonEnd with fifth at U:41i): and Virginia
incomplete QB fining If S
117.(1 (;iamesviIleItergrtmguptheearly< Danny...HI'"nTo. ...'. Jontt under hard pressure from the Tornado Crawford Jil rounded) team out total the -- Double Wides Ready To Go .
\1 score r.Pn.aac..rs Donald .....,.. Tornado defensive line seventh point -
i hi' 'for ratio .IV Imikleddown with a place finish at -l Unlimited E.
Mara tills took
on deems and held the C.......... Martin SiocumDal MOILS over then and !9) WI _- -- == =_" A 24x56 With Air Conditioning
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rem.nndcrs of I the contest *"''* Man Dv>aynaCumrriin Olin C."".r I I SUZUKI OF STARKE I "Early Season Specials" & Skirting II


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certain 141 to rifle cartridges ::J2 .7525 (nn :Minnesota call Hwy 301 South ? $18200 &Winchoke $16495

and empty unprimed 30 30 collect to612.311 82u: or write I I Ii Now At Dealer Cost
cartridge cases which have a Customer! Service Federal 1640 S. Walnut
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shoot them potentially dangerous to and 55101:/ refund for proper InformatIOn.disposition I 964-6020 J? '-, I II Auto-loading Shotgun I JOHN BROWN I IIIJ

The recall is for 311 30 The case heads of a small
ammunition or 311 noI -* 12 Ga With Vent Rib $
empty number of these cartridgesmay I I II 18 450
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are stamped on the back of and possible injury/ from I j I II Inside William's Jewelry
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sophomore cross less than one week prior to the 1r -- -
country runner Brian Whitneytook meet, termed the runners effort -
individual honors in a "outstanding."
dual meet here Saturday Dwayne Dukes took sixth
morning won by Union County place for Union County with a
High of Lake Butler. 19:25: effort Bill Hemme was > I -
Whitney a second year seventh at 19:33: and James button
letterman, led the field of 12 Parrish was eighth with a push I
runners across the finish line time of 19:55: to round out
Saturday at the Starke Golf scoring in the Union County Santa
and Country Club course witha vie torr.
time of 17:09: his best effortto William Cooper and Barry
date over the three mile Thomas, who is coming back 4iSAVINGSot
course. from an injury rounded out 1976 !
BHS team scoring. Cooperwas
Despite the strong showingby 10th with a time of 20:35:
Whitney the Union County and Thomas was 12th in ,
cross country runners pickedup Saturday's meet.
the team victory 2632. Mark Barrick and Ronald
Mark Timmons paced Thomas also ran for Union
Union County to the team victory County in Saturday's meet Norelco TOASTMASTER* GENERAL ELECTRIC! GENERAL ELECTRIC ;
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Timmons' younger brother, by finishing ahead of control. 12 cup stick. Automatic and magnetic to read Temp-O-
John, was third in Saturday'smeet Bradford High's final two capacity. temperature control. holder. Guide.
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Sophomore Johnny Tatum, Saturday's meet concluded 29.88 14.88 14.00 8.88 ;
a newcomer to the BITS cross regular season action for of (
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18:51.: BHS cross country good showings by the .
t Coach Grover Howard noting Bradford High team both as a ,.1 27PKG. 18.88 G
that Lewis has recently joinedthe squad and individually at the (
squad and had practiced district meet.




I BHS Volleyballers Set



For District SaturdayBradford 3PF i


The Tornadoes downed
High's girl'svolleyball Gainesville High last ,

Gainesville team Saturday travels, Nov. to 6, Wednesday evening with a ., r jUif s. .
straight two set on
victory
to compete in the district e\ :
scores of 15.12 and 156.
tournament play. Hudson held the hot
Betty 7 PC. COOKWARE SET
Eastside will host the
High
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hand for the BUS girls in the
team district meet,
which seven will decide this area's evening's first game, servingup Permanently decorated I ,
in the
11 straight points
representative for the Porcelain ware. 1 qt. & 2 qt.
upcoming regional tourney. vIctory.BHS fell to Bolles of saucepans, 5 qt. Dutch oven 24.88
Both post season tourneys are Jacksonville last Thursday 10" open skillet.
stones to the state :
stepping
night in a three set match. .
crown. Bolles took the first game 15-7, ...--...... -
take 9-4 T.6.arfsACrtaTIStOMFNCNANOISEPOLICY ,
BHS a
volleyballers ,
and BHS rallied for a 15.13
We Will
record Into BtTo
win-loss
comeback win the second Our. company policy Is I to always hao advtrtntd I ito
district '
Saturday's before the Jacksonville .mhl.dllto.ld'o..I.pl.U'.flll.th. Happy
tournament, which will see game tvtnt tfit advtitistd. mt'chanditt n not avultblt d.. TV FUN GAME
school put the match away on un'ortitin r....... TGftV will, providt' a Rain f lI.f... VM' Mo.., I
teams Palatka from South Ocala, Lake Vanguard Weir, a 15-10 third set win, be Chtcfc purchaifd.inortfifttiatthtnwchindiMmjy at tn'* silt.pnet, ..... it bec.mu'' I If Yw Ai* MM f Play 4 garnet Unnlt/labl 'tennis or 5 9 8 8 I
,, I tingle USE YOUR USE YOUR
Gainesville Buchholz, and arulahI. or you may purcriast, similar, qualityfntrchandistatasimilarprrcartduction SrtidaWith hockey/football or squash or .
IuuMpohcy( \ VMC P.clu.# handball. For all apes. I
Ocala Forest the local .
joining
of T team and host squad Eastside, ; __..." MASTER
in vying for the first place kjnowyourCarpeting ..
finish which will earn a berthin
regional tourney r. POND'S BOXEDCHRISTMAS MR. COFFEEFILTERS
Bradford High s current

turnaround record is from somewhat last year's 2-a COLD CREAM OR

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play.Coach success Inez of Harvey the current creditsthe KEN TEAL A.; DRY SKIN I CREAMJ99


group volleyballers of to the Tornado year of .

experience BHS' first gained in competition last season. $ 1A Price Box Of 100 87cQUAKER

against other area high POLYPROPYLENE
13.4 Oz.
schools. She also noted that CARPETS
the Tornadoes are playing as
a team this season. Polypropylene Is a big
"We've learned to play as a name for a synthetic
team this season, not as fiber used In the STATEMOTOR PRESTONE GOLDEN T
individuals," Coach Harvey manufacture of
comments. conventional carpets, and
Bradford High's girl's drewa Indoor-outdoor carpets.
bye in first round action for All the layman really OIL ANTI-FREEZE LIGHT BULBS
the district tourney, and are needs to know about I
slated to meet the winner of Polypropylene Is the fact
the Buchholz-Forest contest that It Is one of the top
Saturday at 5:30: p.m. in semi fibers for carpe's.Polypropylenels.
finals action.A BHS win in the I knownfor C C
semi-finals will mean a berthIn its outstanding stain $ O99
HD 30
o'clock the finals Saturday.contest set for 8 cleanabillty retlstance, wearabillfy, easy, ND30 5 0 Gallon Pkg Of 4 66HIDRI I,

Only the top team from each and low absorption
district will advance to the factor, making It good for Qt. ,
regional tourney, scheduled to Indoor and outdoor use*.
12.13 at Highly ritant to
be played November
:
abrasion PolypropyleneIs i
BRACHPAPERTOWELS
undeterminedlocation.
an as yet .
mildew proof mothproof
Bradford High's girls split a and non-allergenlc.
pair of matches with Buchholz Carpets of COMET CLEANSER CHERRY I
during regular season play, Polypropylene can now
be teen at our shop. Don'thesitate.
and did not play
complete I
Com on by the
the recently
store and browse. We CHOCOLATES33c
season Coach Harvey says
Forest want you to be tatltfled.
that
she understands
has "a pretty good team this C
year." Teal Till 25
Coach Harvey's Tornado 14 Oz.

season volleyballers play closed last week regular by Carpvt 7711.'III" t tI

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U.S. elec.water & concrete ..lab market this is a beauty with everything you've
----------- 301Hampton.
si.I Kl OF siRhE FOR SALE" : Mobile home lot* for farrowing pig dreamed of Brick 3 BR. IVa B, CH& A,
always
\ our authorized !Suzuki (95! down.. Few lot still available YARD SALE Friday Mobile Home MovingSet Fla. (15.000. family room LR DR, kitchen with dining area,
in .
denier Phonr !Hlil bl)2M.) 1610 several HubdlviHion Ph. 4bA- Saturday Stereo holstein - -
Phone
468-1753: office double fully equipped
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Brick garage
1551. Bath laundry room
2 : on
8. Ualnut tfchg. bull refrigerator, table New 3 BR
| ))0l South inetarkel.
swimming pool
.. Up & Delivery 1 kitchen with the finest equipment,
). tfn/chK -- chain. 8 mm 100,1.proj..otor. tfnchg 107Mimosa acre $31,500-
driveway.
acreen bicyclea, paved
FOR !s\LK:: 1972 Honda AUTOMOBILES USED toys, lot more 301 N. to Olm's Subdivision V. Acre Lots. 'SO0" Per month. -----

:35llrr. 1.OOII !SH VPE 375.: Hammond Discount turn Water And Sewage Furnished. For InformationCall Associate Best buy in town. The ultimate 2200 sq. ft. all

Call: !9018741. tfchg 1974 BUCK Century 2- left on dirt road >ign*. Phone (after 5 & 782.3397. ) large rooms, LR DR, Kitchen. 4 Bedrooms, two

door II T, AC. 1'8. PS, 964743.: _ltodn4ELECTRIC : ..-__ Mark Olin. Olins Mobile Homes Sales 964-7154 & tile baths. Brick, fully carpeted CHA Paved

A IIFM Radio 2500. Hwy 100 W. Starke; No Pets Please. 964.5606 driveway, 1 acre only 2 years old out of city
itwrtr 11,.
RANGE 50. m
Phone 964-9949. anytime. Manor limits PRICE REDUCEDI!

HELP WANTED CE_ _!..Cjrew*_jl/4!. :!.2tpd I M/!I At I'nderwood Motel 4 Only Lic. & Bonded Mover Living In 'if 78238O6LONGCHAMP= -----
Mile North: of Starke on _rw s..cco. ws a ors.
Bradford Co. --r,. Mobile Home ParkA
I'\KI! I 111111' 1111th! :Men FORD PICK.IP 1968. 301: _JtpdU4SNAPPED! .______
N Joe Place well constructed block building with one
Large,
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timitn ages 1 : cylinder 1/2 ton, longwheelbase.
CORN $1(10( ToLrve zoned commercial on Rd. 16 W. Perfectly
innlart lt<> pr\e Major 51,000 mil... acre
Mellon at. III I'Hil! alter| 5 Phone !9844565.1 Itpd 1114. per ton. JR. Hainwrlght, located for a launderette or some other business.
: : ... .
Phone 964-783S: Starke. 11/4 Urge Lot I
pm llrhic lulls 11/4. -----

2tchgJlUDOBF.RMAN! ______ Yard Car
1971 FORI PICK-IP .HICK'S Cwbag Can Home and Building Are you a "do.it-it-yourselfer The Floyd Green

1\ \1 IIKKssNlr.D in- tlOO-\8; 4 speed ( : PINSCHER | MtlBoxe. MaterialWEBUILD* home at 601 Call & Orange could be restored and bea
Muot bv IS \pply
transmission l radio; heater; Water
PUPPIES 2 male 130 show place.
Home'
at
person ponitractions; excellent ff"rrOODLEGROOMING Central Sewage PlantGaItNor -
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KeMaurant. in I Late hunting truck in good each. Phone 964-5580. Itpd I. W.hhIIiIlCL Your Plant Or Our
tfn/chK II/I/ condition. $1600 best n/4 Parking Your Lot Or Ow's' Wowl Well built CB, large home with 3 BR. 2 tile
or ----------- wara Ample
011... Phone 7823660. -FREE ESTIMATESRemodelng baths, LR DR Florida room some paneling

MO I OK KOI t: C.\KKIllt: tln/chg!! ., !.10128PERSONAL. WE BUY: PECANS DAILYat .... ..all"u .'". ....... Improved StreetFleculc Repair Central Heat (ducted for air), 2 car carport, utility
rvown..we'Pr' : Service tom
the Starke FarmersMarket. .TU. Bar B Oue paved
lor the t.ainetttille Sun in Addition. room patio with brick grill
the Starke .r... :Must be JR. Wainwrlghtand Appointments, For MeteredCa Ampere. Home Bought driveway on two beautiful lots convenient to
bondable and h.\. SERVICEWILL Son. 11/4. 2tchg 11/11 Sold-Traded everything. The price )is right!

transportation Phone 964S17II. .- Your Convenience MovInBonu --- -
lI.hK 1114Rt.I.I".IUII" ACREAGE FOR SALEs644es3
BABY SIT for any age FREE

1 1 ROESarlheal child in my home. 9b46N21.tfchg. 964-7837 I Month Rent Cecelia T. Terwi//epor// Realtor/
Ekctrk
rlurlda. State GREENHOUSESHome TFN ChqFORMICA 3BR. LR. DR Lg. Family Hookup Nary 301 South Siarkt 206 West Madison Avenue Starke, Florida

llm.pilul. Macclennv, RI. Room Fireplace" on 20 PHONE+7 1 a
II. or III -. monthly fialarvSSIII MOBILE HOME MOVING: : Also acrea with barn Grahamarea r f
":, .S11.SIM. (4J9SIJII \ \ mobile home hurricane anchorfaig Commercial term..*. m
: inclu.les night. khifl and mobile home root mat. Any Size 4x8 Sheets' '61 F - OFFICE PHONE 96 .7776

rill Start bnwed on training in<<. Kin's MOBILE Hone Service. Call collect Hampton Lake, beautiful LJ:3: HOME PHONE 96 .5"5
and .pHh.n. state 964-5606.) St. Rd. I6W & for free estimate 500 Sheets, Available, shaded lot ready for a

< urv.-r ...,... ir. benefits. Jet. 233. Starki. Fla. tfchg 1-725-3743: or OLIN house. AUTOMOTIVE MACHINE SHOP ..

( nnterlunieg. |19011! | 259t.'ll. : --- 1-642-UNIIt"e.I6"17726) TI - -
;:! rrt 101 Vn equal MOBILE HOMEr SR 100. S. Large mobile
opportun' empltiver10JS !SEWING: URINES: repaired home lot. Well and septic FEATURES:
III.? 4txl 10-28(
JuliK I II I -I I all make cleaned tiled. and | tank. High performance work and engine rebuildingwith JUSTIN-WRANGLER
adjuHtwi. (7. Work guaranteed. - -
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\1 01 N r\Nf llaleor Jamrs Strickland corner. Morgan Very nice mobile home Experience and knowledge; Ralph Bryan BOOTS
frnuile. lo lake over Road & Hwy, 16. tichg.MOW with addition, 1.8 acre Precision and
SPLENDID
shaded lot, 301 S. Owner equipment; Real Estate
minting department (fur -- ---- -- ---- ---
Tender
loving care.
.ml".n| in thin urea. MUH OPPORTUNITYFOR financing. Belt to Nile 56
: tR; REPAIRS: Pu.h - MACHINE SHOP SERVICE DON'T I>K1.: .\Y Free
hat *' tli-itret in accounting ora PERSONS OF monogram.
number uf ">Hr, working mowers, riding mowers, and Connerly EiUte SR 16, 2 (1)) Sunnen CK-10 BIT TODAV!0!

etperii-ni. siurtinK ..!art .dj. (.... special this week GOOD EDUCATIONWITH mi. from town beautiful for cylinder block re-suing. H\<:s W \I.Uni:
M)Vlll plu. fringe benefit tune-up. as low a* (9.95. A TEACHING, brick home 3BR. 2B, LR ((2)) Sioux Your choice ol 5 to 265 acrea IMI\N: \ ('(',\"|"s
and retirement Submit free pick-upa and CLUB OR CHURCH Lg. family room and for head and valve grinding. North of Lawtey Low down

r*'-unit U lu\ 1. sturke10'js deliveries. Phone 964-7844. .. kitchen central air A .....t.p..d ((3)) Zan Rosso payment I'p to 20 year to pay Fen thing leather.
tln/rhg 10/2 WORK BACKGROUNDTO drive. on balance.
2tihic ll/l - for cylinder, head and block surfacing ; and S e e e e e e e e e .
REPRESENT A I He our .tat sway plan.
New blk. home in town for flywheel surfacing. I to 10 acre Off !SR 100
FOR RENT PRIr.ssi: RE: OR !STF.A1111.1:1IG : MARSHALL FIELD :3BR 2B, LR. C/H4.A 14)) Stewart-Warner South Iligh and dry Lowdown

: ; :Mobile and FAMILY OWNED Urge garage quiet area for engine balancing. payment Easy: monthly CARRADINE'Sl.awlev.

eon". home, commercial corner lot. ((5)) Trinco term.
ENTERPRISE. PART-
J lilt mobile home In r
bldgn. and churrtiee. Also - Florida
tnuntr I'honi1 !MJil I 15'2:!Iil I Ilrh for glass beading ; and for shot peening.
} TIME OR FULL-TIME 2
Interior/exterior painting story frame home In ((6)) Magnuflux CAI.L "The I..ndI.n"' "I'hi.n.-Tsj ,'. toil
|| ll/l Keanonable. re. etimate SALES IN YOUR OWN town one of the older one for crack detection. Anytime Open !9 I to 5
Phone 111.1779 after 6 p.m with plenty of living area. loved Sundays
lilt mobil hnme I'hnne LOCAL COMMUNITYUSE ((7) K-Line -
111/28 2tpd - RALPH BRYANRealror
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'Mil I 1821 l'i or !Wil Vi'lll. I llrhx OF A CAR AN Several commercial lets on for bronze wall guide installation IB M-.HI: 10 MXKK: SOMKI. :

11,1. BILL'S S.\\\ SHOP: Complete ASSET. FOR PERSON. 301 ((8) Peterson !Ifi.-87M day er night. I. .BKI.SHut: a Himn
sharpening service, circular - for cleaning tank. .
n"Al'uu Label
hand carbide chain, mower AL INTERVIEW CALL -----------, Lake Butler 3BR. brick 4 ((9)) Wells Index maker from ua at I hI'

blade hollow ground and1anCt'd. THE STATE MANA a 3BR Block. machine. Olllre( Shop.
1'\1111\11.\ M IIM-IIMI\ Well Drilling for vertical milling
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Hcdroiim huu.e.o Mmlding- Leave Starke at Jackson GER COLLECT AT 904- 3 BR;" T "bath. block ((10) Atlas -

rhihlren Heifdlts. tlchg.N I 2" thru 6"I
>/mo. I'hunr !'llil'.ijlllnrhK : 1 I Room in town.
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IO/.M: h' 10.21 11.4 THOMAS REALTY
3tchg I Fast Rotary I 9 acres pasture land PLUS

I III XI 1.1 'It <. t :3n\ K: K: I) H CI1 Drilling Equipment reasonably priced just off Several pieces of equipment in tooling specialized 621 NorthN.Inut St.
timplelvlt. furnished all. 1lI'RItlE'T": : OR SR 16. N.W. of town. engine work. Starke. Florida 3JII9I)

ulilui H inrluilrd On Mail RH'XIRS:\ IMiM.i: For BRASINGTONCadillacOld: I STATE LICENSED - Welding and fabrication, heli-arc, plus tubing 96(4162

Neon I 1.1..> on pri\ale, lot; fireplaces remodeled .mobile I \ery nice large frame banding, roll bars etc. (Form..rly.J..Thom.. Real Eist.tI: |
kitchens baths, additions, house lot la town
.Incl.per.un, | SHMI/mo. !Sale&Servicefine on corner Scope
garane, or enclosed \ Stlrctum 3BR. bathe C/HAA large Marquette Engine
Phone |Tli.-i.l( Of Vied I Pumps
!'s tlnchgin carports. ..Marcus. jriffia, Cart Taken On arage. Allen Distributor Machinery Brick: BR. 2 bath I.R.I UK.lodern kitchen ('111 \, I

17.1 2108. tfn/rhg IO/2M Cadillac Tmdei3X11 I I II - Special electronic equipment. acre lot one mile outside city .It \.

) N.W.13 3785301tl : I I 15.20 acre tracla high land Exchange engines available and parts available also - -
1.11'1 FY1: I nfurnlf.hed, 2brdroomr New UsediSalesPartsService
GAINES\ILLE on paved read Grahamarea. at wholesale prices.Terrel. 5 acres high and dry on 11141.n..r city limits
carpeting. FOR SALE - -
: ) Terms.Large .
, refrigerator and tote Nopi - 20 acres off SR 16 Last: linancingvallable.. .
>t. itr ihildren lhnne !90xu Automotive
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frame houae 3BR
HIISJ after 6 p m. SI. '11/100.. I; \RAGE: SALE E-Z TermsPlumbing I corner lot In city very on Two lot on Croabv Lake UN' )' Lake frontage, -

1:2' 'hr.I..1 |ipjI4\ \ Saturday at :Mary Carter. MOBILE HOME reasonable priced close to Financing available,
faint Store 102 KBrownlee.
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I* \ll II \11.\ rl RF'IIF.DFIOI'4t : 3 cash reguiter. PARK hopping- -area.- Machine :301.S near SR.IS 2.er.., 121'_ro.d Irontage.II .
shelving, tools, paint. I tpd
: middle -
age l-J-6 acre homealt 4mil.
I\noc.l., I akt area, Sill/mo. III: no Inside City Unit New Installation I II .. :N.W. el Starke. Earlton Florida 112 acrea on !SR 21, 1 1/2 mile north ol Keystone
1OK s\| r. lee.e trailer Walk lo Bradford SquariOrltowntown - Height all or part.financing available
hitch with brake hookup. II' BO XT motor and Frame house la town, 2 Phone 468-1353 - -
$IJ-I > I'hime 'i.l.rjJII't! Itpd trailer. Phone 7 3415 alterS I Remodeling bedroom LR. Kit.. FR. Hampton Lake lovely fenced !lOdllllol! ) with :3 RR I

II 'I p.m._ J Ipd_ 11/4_ _. __ S.TO Per MonthAll I Repairs Very reasonable. lit bath mobile home, 120' dock under (311.000.
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.' IIM RO1( > IIOISF( : \R\GE SX1.K: Friday Fk-e City, Police Convenient Protection. 3 BR,- T .;;b7 block' 3 Residential lota, total area 100' x 150 close to school on

rurniohed. no pets no and !Saturdayov.: 56. 8 City Ga*.Mater and !Sewer Durranee construction corner lot. In L. K. Edwards III & Assoc. quiet street,
objection to 1 or 2 small ..m. to 5 p.m.. tool., town. - -

rhildren. ttpurliiun ground. clothing household II.ma. Jo-Lu Motel PUMPS & SUPPLY - NOW SERVING YOU IN THE Nice double wide Mobile home on .1 acre. of' land 3 RR. 2
I'hune 7"! :.U7' Bradford !St.. !Starke. Itpd OrWANTED /- Reg. Real Estate Broker TRI-COUNTY AREA and Air.Huniness.
COMPANY LJ:::!
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KMMIH! ) IKMI.I-H 1111 Phone 964-7826 Starke Office96450659645142- - -

I Uir l II 2 bedroom Phone j 864 N Temple Ave. j jI OPEN:: Saturday A.M. U.'O opportunity Corner building: Call AIhompson
72 ::1115| alter H p.m. In I !St., over 2100( *q. ft.
I I.... ll/l - -
le) llpd Melrose Office 475.1269
I hank: > ou notes THEKKICE South 301 outside city limit 450' road frontage 2

IUoU.rT.11: : I StarkeL9 1 <<<):( : SHOP Ph. 9645764. Keystone Office 473.2669 acre, more or lea.
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utilitie. lurnl.hod.1'0 FIELD 2 Bedroom 1 Bath Mobile Home with deck. Nice Mobile home lot !
ENTERPRISE EDUCATIONAL CORPORATIONHAS on SR 16 t.t-t"nan.ln: available.JSTsJCTODC .
vleepinK room withrelriaerator furniture. 100' x 150' shaded lot.
*. I nderwoodMntel. THREE POSITIONS AVAILABLE FOR PEOPLE - - -

I mile North olSlarke WHO WANT TO EARN UP TO 12000.00 OR MORE On. acre with drive, well aeptlc tank, light pole. This :

on 3111: lip! 11/4 PER YEAR DEPENDING ON TIME, EFFORT AND FILL DIRT cleared. and ready for your mobd home. .
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3 UK IK Ml"'Hi: with ABILITY APPLICANTS MUST BE WILLING TO Nice double-wide mobile home, custom. designed. on 1/1 (DOING: BUSINESS: ONLY: IN REAL ESTATE:)

expando I I.U. Mater DEVOTE A SUBSTANTIAL AMOUNT OF TIME TO Top Soil acre' beautifully. furnished screen porch and utility
furnishedluiet location.pp F. Delano Thomas, Reg. Real Estate Broker
\ It '.,m.I.1y I 1/2 mile. THEIR WORK AND BE ABLE TO LEARN HOW TO fill; l>irk house, nice garden apace- -

He.t on *>K 1110. Phone 904N797 .- MANAGE OTHER PEOPLE SALES EXPERIENCE NOT 6 Bedreem. I Bath Irene house en ... acre el land with 961.S507 5J3.UIOASSO(1TES

llpd ll/l ___ NECESSARY BUT HELPFUL. AN EQUAL frentaf .*> paved read. Priced ta aell.
Call 468-1873 - :
IO\M.t: MOHII.C" : HOMEMMdl OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. SEND LETTER OF Call *r tenoe .e. us today H yes are ready t* buy or sell.SUM Judy Flyan Manager

age couple only. APPLICATION MARIANNE. STREBEL, P.O. BOX STEPHEN 964-83114
$1I11/mn I Inquire at Jo Lu 13868 GAINESVILLE FLORIDA 32604 (L.149)) SMITHSTAR *) Baklen Asaectal. STARKE BRANCH IB Harold F.pp.91146dliJ .
Motel and trailer Park on Irene Fsulkner. Aeeeciate 206 S.Water St.PaiiIF.alka.rAmeelt. .
10.21 3 tchg 11.4 ROUTE HAMPTON. FXA. Steve
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:.101 South lln/chg ll/l Stark*.Fin.12091
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By'Dolores Meng THURSDAYSpiced ham factory progress at home and purposes as set forth In the and Lot 12 & Lot 13 of, 995, Starke, Florida, 32091, and
Phone 468-1915 sandwich. macaroni and appreciates mail from his Mr. and Mrs. Joe B. Oliver Complaint filed herein. If you fail Deerwood Subdivision as per file the original with the Clerk of

cheese, carrot and raisin friends while hospitalized.Fred have returned home after to do so, a default will be plat thereof recorded in Plat the above-styled Court on or CLASSIFIED AD RATES

MEETINGShampton salad, fruit jcllo, cookie, milk. Peeples Is con- celebrating their 49th entered against you for the relief Book 3, Page 34, public recordsof before November 29, 1976,

FRIDAYFish portions. valescing at home following Wedding Anniversary with demanded in the Complaint. Bradford County, Florida. otherwise a Judgment may be Deadline for Insertion

Senior Citizenswill cole slaw, baked beans, grits, recent surgery at Alachua their grandson. Jimmy WITNESS MY HAND AND All interested parties may entered against you for the relief Tuesday Noon preceding

be happy to have visitors peach half, corn bread, milk. General. It will be some time Gchron of Fort Lauderdale. SEAL of said Court on the 1 day appear and be heard at the time demanded in the Petition. Thursday before

and new members at their before his return to work, and Jimmy is presently in his of November, A.D., 1976. and place above specified. WITNESS my hand and the publication.Opportunity.

meeting on Friday November FIFTH GRADE ELECTION his family appreciates the junior year at Florida State Dated this 1st day of seal of said Court on the 25 day

5.7 i .m. at the City Hall and! concern of neighbors and University, majoring in business CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT November 1976. of October, 1976.

Recreation Center. Following a study of parlia- friends. administration. Mr. and COURTBY BOARD OF COUNTYCOMMISSIONERS E'xf.II,.,, I
The Hampton Area Volunteer mentary procedure and the Mrs. Oliver enjoyed their : Beulah M. Moody OF GILBERTS. BROWNAS

Fire Department has a basics of election rules, Mrs. anniversary dinner with DEPU1Y CLERK BRADFORD COUNTY, CLERK OF SAID COURTBy
Overweight Troopers 1
meeting scheduled for Ernestine Denmark's class Jimmy and sightseeing in FLORIDA

Monday, November 8, at 8 conducted a campaign for beautiful Tallahassee. -s-GeorgeW.: Roberts : Beulah M. Moody Large 'corporation has
p.m. at the firehouse.The electing their class officers. Drop I Pounds InJ.'IJIHs Upon their return home, Mr. 11/4 4tchg 1125IN Deputy Clerk outstanding sales opening.

Hampton "-11 Club had Campaign posters were and Mrs. Oliver enjoyed their 1 tchg 114NOTICE Individual must have

24 members and three leaders handmade by candidates and Weight guests for several days Mrs. 10/284tchg 1118IN managerial ability, ambition

present at its November 1 friends and appeared on Margaret Crews. Mr. Oliver's THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR OF INTENTIONTO and show progress for age.

meeting at Hampton Ele- walls and doors throughoutthe Control()g ru in sister, and Mrs. Ruth Oliver, BRADFORD COUNTY. REGISTER THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR Business or sales background

mentary School. Mrs. Richard school. The final results of Mr. Oliver's sister-in-law who FLORIDA FICTITIOUS NAME BRADFORD COUNTY helpful. Minimum starting

Mowry, Mrs. Royce Joyner! this campaign including Overweight troopers con- were enroute home to Ft. PROBATE DIVISIONFile Pursuant to Section 865.09 salary S 50-mo..
and Bill Stone were the enthusiastic speeches tinue to lose pounds as a resultof Laudcrdaleafter an enjoyable Number Florida Statutes, notice is FLORIDA76328

leaders who assisted emerged when the followingwere a weight control program summer in Franklin, N.C.LEGBL DivisionIN hereby given that the IN REJThe: Marriage of HENRY For personal interview call

members in selecting project elected to office on instituted last year says the RE: ESTATE OF ALBERT undersigned James F. Cowart, .IMII'lf' JR., Husband. and 378-ISS6 Gainesville.Itpd .

for the year. The po. *!hl. October 28: Joy Nugent Florida Highway'( Patrol. SANDERS Deceased Rt. 2. Box 93-6-5, Starke. SHIRLEY E. SMITH, Wile

hty of a community project president; Dee Dee Walters "During the past year the Florida 32091, and George W. NOTICE OF SUIT 11-4 I

!such as providing a Christmas vice-president; Shian Roberts Patrol hits had a get-tough NOTICE OF ANCILLARY Lewis Rt. 2, Box 93-A-2, TO: SHIRLEY E. SMITH

basket of food items was dIs- secretary; and Diane Cribba policy for overweight troopersand ADMINISTRATION Starke, Florida 32091, doing act Greentree Drive

cussed. The group is also con- treasurer. as a result we have IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF business under the firm name East Siroudsl>crg. Pa., 18301 MISCELLANEOUS
Christmas On the! following afternoon a experienced a substantial FLORIDA IN AND FOR THE TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
sidering having a "BRADFORD HEATING ft AIR YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
party and will make final celebration Halloween party improvement for nearly COUNTY OF BRADFORD CLAIMS OR DEMANDS CONDITIONING SALES ft that an action for Dissolution of OPPORTUNITY lor

plans at their December 6 was held in honor of Ihe newly everyone in Iheir appearance CIVIL ACTION NO.: 76-353 AGAINST THE ABOVE ESTATE SERVICE" 105 East Madison Marriage has been filed againstyou I'lKINA Feed Ut.lrr.hip I.

meeting. elected officers by the! entire and physical condition" said AND ALL OTHER PERSONS Street Starke Florida 32091, and you are required to now ."available Stark area.
class. Races and Patrol Director DIVISION I I I OF INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE: II you want a growth
games were Eldridge intends to register said fictitious serve a copy of your written
ADMINISTRATION, STATE OF opportunity contact larry
CONUKATl'lATIO\S enjoyed on the playground followed Beach name under the provisions of defenses, if any to it on Meddle N7IO MincheiilerOr.
FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED t
refreshments in Records indicate
by that
one aforesaid statute. RICHARD E. WELTY. Attorney ., "a..k.on"IIIr.I'hon. 737-

The 42nd Wedding Anniversary their room. year ago. 2M) out of 1,200 TRANSPORTATION BRADFORD COUNTY.and estate that the of administration ALBERT SANDERS.of the James F. Cowart and GeorgeF. for Petitioner whose address is; 5.!!'!: J..g.JE!,, !. __. ___.
of Mr. and Mrs. Things are running more troopers were overweight. At Lewis, joint owners. 114 N. Walnut Street P.O. Box
Wilfrid Fontaine will be the smoothly and efficiently at the last monthly weigh-in Plaintiffs, deceased, File Number is
Dated this 21st day of !995. Starke. Florida 32091. and PRICK: KITTKNS:! Phone
cause of celebrating withJosephine's Hampton Klemenlary: School only 199 were overweight and -vs- pending in the Circuit Court for October, A.D., 1976 at Starke, tile! the original with the Clerk of 468-I5NN.. / Itpd 11/4
sister and since !Miss Joyce Kuykendall moht of those had almost JAMES D. DIGGS. et al.. BRADFORD county Florida, Florida. the above-styled Court on or

hl'otlwr.lJ1law. Mr. and !Mrs. was hired three weeks ago to reached their required Defendants. Probate Division, the address of 1021 4tpd 11/11 before November 15, 1976 AIA'OlftLICSANONtMot's

William Srhnuh of Crescent teach the second grade class. weight. which is Bradford County otherwise a JudHomunt be -
\ miy
City. on November, 4. I hippy Jean Clark does a wonderfuljob Troopers begin their NOTICE OF HEARINGTO Courthouse. The personal entered against you for Ihe relief Successful living for people

Anniversary to (Ins of teaching first graders. careers with a 13-week: recruit SHOW CAUSE representative of the estate is NOTICE tlumandod in the Petition. who want la help

wonderful. helpful couple! Mnellc Silk has a lively groupof school at the FliP academywhich NOTICE OF SUIT Mack S. Futch, whose addressis WITNESS my 'lwml inxl the IhemnelvvN Meeting S
THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: P.O. Drawer 1030. Starke Thumday/Sundat al H p.m.
Doll 25 Arleen includes Charles Garrard has mad
Waters celebrated her kindergartners. a physical
seal of said Court on the 1 11th Phone !WM-S7IH! 131 h birthday on November 3 Rich is teaching third grade. training program, which George Thomas Florida 32091. The name and application to the Bradforc day of October 196.GILBERTS. 473-UNH.: 11/4! !lpd 12/30
by) enjoying a meal at the Kathryn Wigglesworlh starts with a two-mile run Residence Unknown address of the personalrepresenallVe's County Zoning Board fo RRIWVN

Silver Star Restaurant in teaches fourth grade.; every morning. Most troopers PARCEL 103 attorney are set reclassification of the property AS CLERK OF SAID COLlin BK: A PIIOTOIiRAI'IIKR'K; :

:Melrose with her family. Karselene Zimmerman is stay trim until they begin forth below.All described below from RIB toMS !By. Itt uliih M Me.o
/Happy Birthday to Mrs. teaching Title I (Reading. regular patrol duties. Then If said defendants are living. alary no experiencenecemiary. .
Ernestine must sit in and if any or all of said persons having claims or 10 located 4 1/4 miles !No age limit. ". .epro..lon.t
EVelyn: Vaughan who really Denmark transferred they a patrol car acres 10 14 4tLhi\ I 11 I 4
deserves! the best as she is from third to fifth almost eight hours each day defendant or defendants are demands against the estate are North on right of Hwy. 301 ill photographerand
SfAHKK:
and Carole Shields and inclined to deceased. the unknown spouse. required, WITHIN THREE Section 35 Township 5 South (talent hcout al
always on hand when a project grade remains are gain HOLIDAY INN.: : (Orlobrr
needs assistance. as the sixth grade weight if they do not maintaina heirs devisees grantees. MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF Range 22 East, to build a factory 29,!(). I-R p.m. _lip III/2S
teacher. Connie Clark gets his personal physical fitness creditors, lienors or other THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF for Ceramic molds. WANTADS

l ni t'.MM.KS.I.K: ': : daily workout conducting the program. parties claiming by, through THIS NOTICE, to file with the This change in classification IB
Physical Education: classes. "Statistics have shown that under or against any such clerk of Ihe above court a subject to a public hearing to beheld !sitt: I.oltu'sF'\
deceased defendant or written statement of claimor .;11 \I.t:1'I1I: I I' OILT: I'll.I..
any
The Hampton Christian Weare fortunate to have the police officers are prone to on Tuesday, November 30
Church is sponsoring a rummage volunteer services of Mrs. heart attacks due to stress. defendants, if alive, and. if dead, demand they may have. Each 1976 at 7:30: p.m., in the County Fat. aaiiafting. m..l..nd 'In**
.Iahl \ndr I'lmrinart.
< HM
sale on Saturday Robbie Murner who assists We also know that obesity their unknown spouse, heirs, claim must bo in writing and Commission Room in Bradford :l.1llWM: MadinonI. .,
with the P.K. classes for two helps heart devisees legatees grantees must indicate the basis for the County Courthouse. At this time
;November; 6. beginning at 9:311: bring on problemsand \Slarke. 10/21( I I Ipd 11/11
a m. at (he City /Hall. hours every morning that she it is our desire to keep the creditors lienors, or other claim, the name and address of all persons interested shall be

I Donations of your --usable is able to make it (to the schooi. troopers in good physical parties claiming by through, the creditor or his agent or heard for or against, the
condition that under, or against any such attorney, and the amount proposal in the .
discarded clothes household Mrs. Murner" ( stated that although so they may as specified Portable
,she 'cmsidl'r'dh.r..1I' their duties deceased defendant or claimed If the claim is not yet Zoning Code of Bradford
items, t toys. hardware or never ( perform more WANTED
defendants, and all parties itiHt,, the date when it will
athletic and Belch concluded.In l. County.
knicknarks will be appre. dn person efficiently, Sheds
ciated. she did have a few days of having or claiming to have any become cluB shall be stated. If A.R. Kiefer, Chairman Utility

muscle soreness at Ihe beginning right, title' or interest in and to the claim is contingent or Bradford County Zoning Board WANTED: Used retrlger- 8x16 '750
the property described in the unliquidated, the nature of the store waahera,and etovea in 1'
of the school she
( Fh.ilntlThl: : :s year
good condition. Call Dah- 8x16 Finished Inside '810
now feels much better Complaint to-wit: uncertainty shall be stated. If the 1 tchg 11/4 964-7923.
DIscount tIn
mere
Hank I I.oil and his 17 year- physically.! claim is secured, the security 10x12 775" Finished Inside. .
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28506-2601 STATE ,
SECTION shall bo described The claimant
old son. I )Ion nil'. flew lo :Nashville. : Another valuable volunteer LEGAL NOTICE 8x10 Finished '595OLIN'S
at I the school is bushel ROAD (Pleasant Grove Road) shall deliver sufficient copies of WANTED: Farm &
Tennessee! with I heir personality 1933 the per pricesof
lIil.lr i and 1 Ii.,lijO. As a result 111'11.I.lh1: Sanders who re- wheat and corn in America BRADFORD COUNTY thu claim to the clerk to enable Notice is hereby given that the conitnictkin mach-quip-ve- MOBILE HOME

their new record release hrcd from teaching at the end were lower than they had PARCEL NUMBER 103 RIGHTOF OKI clerk to mail one copy to 1976 Tax. Rolls are now open for hlclel. Let lor ua neU Open yourvvrplua Hwy 100 Rlnrtio, tiCS !lAM i, .

"('ollnlry Music the Music of of IilstIr's( school term been 300 years before. WAY uach puisonal< representative. collection in the offices of the Monday thru Saturday>ov. 8:3(1(

our (Counlry" and "Dream Kvcryone: ; was happy to see Tax Collector, in the Bradford to 6. Northeaat Florida
only 1 Dream"" is now being Mabel 1 luck al school, last That part of: All persons: interested in the County Courthouse Starke, Equipment: Auction. liS-17.
992' West of the
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pla.yecl on .scycraj), CJount; yWestern Tuesday alter her recent LEGRLCOMMISSION .. Begin vst.ilt to whom a copy of this Florida. All statements have North Green Cove Spring. <
Northeastcomer of Northeast Nonce if Administration has J
radio i i,lations.IIAI.I.OUKKN illness. She is a big help in the i been mailed and if you did not 2B-I-5977.. tlchg
"reading program for the 4th 1/4 of Southwest 1/4 thence been mailed are required. receive be and Green'sI
yours sure :
HEARINGS South 100'; thence West 100', WITHIN THREE MONTHS i
nth and {Oth; graders.CONVALESCENTS, (
: ::'; contact this office. Telephone I' I
DOCKET NO. 7604'JJ TP North 100'. East 100' to point of I ROM THE DATE OF THE 964 6236. MISCELLANEOUSKKIMTK Lawn .

PUBLIC beginning, Section 13, FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
The I Hallrmccn I Carnivals : : : FLORIDA If taxes paid in: i:,
SERVICE COMMISSION Township 6 South, Range 22 NOTlCt. to file objections : end laM
any : : hAKK
held both jil t I Ihe I Hampton November 4 Percent
East, Bradford County Florida, have that and I'ii # ServiceYear
Christ ian'adl'rny and Orville Hrookins underwent to they limy challengesthe Discount. with Gob. TablelN ;: CI
TELEPHONE Lying Southerly of and within of the decadent's "..( pill. from
Alachua CONTINENTAL validity .p er
I H.implnn Klemcntary Schooluere surgery at (Seneralllospil.il ; I December 3 Percent ,
reported great I successes I on (October t 25. I Incidentally I- CO. OF THE SOUTH 40 feet of a survey line describedas \will, the qualifications, of IhItperson.11 Discount. \ndre i> I'harmact.. :i.M: f
'ttNt Madimn\ Marke.
both in the entertainment enjoyed this happened' to h(' FLORIDA follows: representative or the January 2 Percent I0/2iStpd! 11/4 Around Service Yard! f
the lot and! Begin on the East line of wnuu or jurisdiction of the _
mill t Ihe financial j I results 51 Wedding Anniversaryof Discount. Clean-Outs Mowmo.
I I Pel Imps a more complete : and Mrs.' Itrnokins. The AlLOTHfcHINTCWSTrn' Section 18, Township 6 South, court. February 1 Percent Ul'lSS FoR SAI.F.22'n.: 2\: .

report. Mill I he available personnel' of t the' hospital made PARTIES Range 22 East, at a point Discount. & 311'. Hold at l>.hmrr'H Edging. Lawn SweepingAlso
2,601.40 foot Northerly from the ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS
next weekVMien t their day more pleasant by March No Discount. LHneount. Ifrhg
bringing' nice cake and NOTICE is hereby given that Southoast Corner thereof; run AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO Fertilize Lawn Anc t
we see so many (dedi- ) a April Penalty -- --
r.itrd !people) doing such good giving/ them, extra '1'.I..C.: Mr. lIe Florida Public Service thence South 89 degrees 34'32"West FILED WILL BE FOREVER !SOFA A CII.laIotT'I! : on Flowers
will hold public 653.57 feet to the uAnnrn. .
\\ork. the malicious mischief Hrookins is making satis- Commission J.R. Kelly Male at Dahmer'a lYmrnunl.tlchg
in the above numbered beginning of a curve concave
rained' out 1 by a few poor hnnnnqs Tax Collector Phone 9647844ForFreeEstimate
docket on (111) the Petition of Northerly having a radius of Date' of' the first publication .
in Bradford
dti/ens seems minor comparison. County
Continental Telephone Co. of 17,190.45 feet run thence i'I l this Nuiicu' of! Administration SAMt: 1111\11 I
and we are thankful
1 the South Florida' to increase Southwesterly West, and Or tob'r ?8. 19/6 V. AltilKSIrom: UI.9up:
for all the really fine, helpful LEGHLNOTICE: 1 tchg 11'4
llahmer'a Dinrounl. "dig '.
its rates and charges so <*s to Northwesterly along said curve al I Chr3 ifl" .5
in our community.CYSTIC ) i I .
people i
have the opportunity to earn a through a total central angle of Mack S. Futch IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
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rater of return of 9 98 percent on 04 degrees 03' 00". a distance of As Personal Representative of BRADFORD COUNTN -
( FIBROSIS
OF its December 31, 1975 year end 1,215.29feettothe Centerline the Estate ALBERT

EXAMINATIONNotii rate base which will produce State Road No. 229 and end of SANDERS FLORIDACIVIL ACTION
\l" -- I ll.nolil' Wiilrrs. reports' flgister
additional' annual gross revenues said survey line.Cont..il1lng ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL :I
CASE NO 76 348 !
I III'.. I ri, I III? I 1'\--.1' o KlIll'IISISKoumlalimi tIn,
r is (1 IJV (iivi'ii ol 5ia.83i! : ( und on (12)) the 700 square foot or REPRESENTATIVEPIERCE IN RE: The Marriage: of
collection) a gieal.success pursuant' to Chnpter( 17 ?0. Petition f for Interim Relief 0.02 Acre, more or less, D HARDY, I'.A STEPHEN LANE HALLIS. L 3
FloridI Administrative' Cod. of maintained Company
wherein Petitioner seeks exclusive road Mack S. Futch
Husband and CHARLA ELAINE
The combined I total I to date'
Mules and HegulatuonsGovernuuq consent to the operation of new right of way.OWNED PO. DrawN 1030, Star e. RALLIS Wife.
of funds solicited by !Mrs.
Water Well rate schedules pending a fin.il I llurida :'JAWleleplione
NOTICE OF SL'ITTo
Waters, her mother.. Mrs.Newman. Contractors; Licenses that an decision in this docket which will BY: George Thomas KM IH34 5701 i OMUH4J CHARLA ELAINE HALLIS 964-5888 308 Thompson
;': Mrs. I Hank l.otl ami :
.
examination will ho ot the Thomas
fjtvon produce additional annual gross and Florence his wife.
:Mrs "'I'mdIl'n! totaled' c o CHARLES LEDtN
following time (date and
revenues of $240,841 so that the Fast
Friendly
BOX ;3RGREENPOBT.
9.1.lIn.'s: Richard Welly.chairman locations to all qualified Company will have the You and each of you are 10 ;28;: :"hy, t 11 1 4 Nl'ORI
this drive in the \
for I applicants whose applications. opportunity to earn its last hereby severally notified that the 1'Oll
< Fuel Oil Service
I Bradford County area also iro received in 'the Departmentof nuthori/ed fair, rate of return of plaintiffs filed its sworn
reports good( returns around Environmental Regulation, NOTICE OF HEARING ON
with its
B R5 percent approved by this Complaint, together
'
ARE HERCBN NOTIFIED1that :
Stark i and other areas of f t the Certification, and Manpower Commission in June. 1975. Declaration of Taking in the PETITION FOR CLOSING AND an action lot Dissolution of *",

county) DevHopmnnt Section 256? above styled Court against you ABANDONMENT OF AN
Its l been filed
Fxnciitive Confer Circle Fast.Montgomery Hearings will be held at: and each of you as defendants UNUSED PLATTED STREET Mirrcnye againstou Seigler & Perfection Heaters
and
II \\Il'lflN1irs I.AKK{ : !! Building 9 30 am (CSTI), Thursday _kIng- 10 condemn the above LYING AND BEING IN you are ofoui I required written to
T.ill.ihifcwo' riond.l 330t.: by DEE RWOOD SUBDIVISION seiv a copy|
November 4, 1976 described property located in
Mary O\ erholser\ is November, in, 19/6 County Commission\ Room Bradford County Florida, by AS PER PLAT THEREOF itt'fotwt'9 if nny. to 'It ntl Sales & Installation
: KlCinni' C \\ [L n Attorney
home following ;i delightful Holmes County Courthouse Eminent Domain proceedings.You RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 3,
fut "IVntionei1mbC" mfctiess ,is loT Chg 9 16 11 13r
trip I lo Hidgecrest.( N C FvHininattons will he !given' to 701 North Oklahoma Avenue are further notified, that PAGE 34, OF BRADFORD ,
1 11.I ) \\.iliMit !i.neet PP Its
where i she (raveled by carwith qualified I I applicants Oil Pnnrlav. Florida 32425 the Plaintiffs will call up for COUNTY. FLORIDA. LYING ,
I I friends t lo attend I a Senior November 12. 1976 at 1 lOOp m. hearing before the Honorable BETWEEN LOT 11 1 AND LOT 12 -

Citi/ens five day B.iplisl Retreat ,it the 'following locations. and Benjamin M. Tench, one of the & LOT 13 THEREOF KNOWNAS

The atmosphere was judges of the above Styled Courton DEERWOOD AVENUE.TO UNITED FARM AGENCY INC.

peaceful scenery beautiful 1 neptirtment of Environmental 9:30: m Tuesday the 29 day of November, ,
with autumn colors! and I the Regulation' November 9, 1976 A D.. 1976, at 1:15: o'clock WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: NATIONWIDE REAL ESTATE ORGANIZATIONhas

food delicious.i Mrs.hcrluiNer Northwest District, Contact Bradford County Courthouse P.M., in The Courthouse in You will take notice that in

( reportsMr. Office North Temple Avenue Starke, Florida, its application accordance with the provisions appointed

IIn,1Irs: William Lafayette Building Starke Florida 32091 for an Order of Taking in of Section 336.09 through
:Martin and daughter. N.incy.* Tallahassee Florida 32301 accordance with its Declaration 336.12, Florida Statutes a FREDERICK W. SACKETT

have returned\ I In I their home mNew Proctor Cliff McKeown Wednesday November 10 of Taking heretofore filed in this public hearing will be held by the Broker at

Philadelphia. Ohio alter has also been reserved in Surke cause. All parties to this suit and Board of County Commissioners

Msitmg! for several days with 2 Suwannee River, Water for use if necessary.At all other Interested parties may of Bradford County Florida in STARKE. FLA.

Mijiiit :Mrs George; Management District. the hearings scheduled for appear at the time and place the County Commissioners
Simpson They' ; enjoyed a !trip Bridge Street November 4. and 9, members of' designated and be heard. Courtroom of the Bradford (Office on U.S. 301, 6 miles so. of Starke

lo Sanihel Island and Fort White Springs, Florida 32096 the public shall be permitted to County C.house in Starke, 468.1753))

:Myers before coming to Proctor AlvIn Brown present testimony regarding the AND Florida on Monday, December
Hampton 1 hake petitions for rate increase and 6, 1976. at 10:00: o'clock A.M. The Starke office of UNITED FARM AGENCY offers personalized professional -

'1'1101111lll'lIt! and Herald 3. Department of Environmental the adequacy and quality of Each defendant is hereby on the petition of George H. real estate service backed by a network of more than 500 sales and

8i-o\\ n liiid (good luck fishing. Regulation service rendered by Petitioner. required to serve written Pierce as attorney for service offices in 39 states. Through year.round advertising, coast-to-coast,
for, bass (his pasl t weekend South Florida District Office At the hearing scheduled far defenses if any, to said Longchamp Homes. Inc., a
using some of Tommy'sliandmade 2180 West 1st Street. Suite 401 November 9, Petitioner. shall Complaint on: Florida Corporation which UNITED provides an unequalled source of potential qualified buyers as well as

baits. Ft Myers. Florida 33950 present it's direct testimony and petition was spread upon the current properties for sale.

Proctor: Jim Estler exhibits in support of its DUDLEY HARDY, County minutes of a meeting of said
1'11tI01.ES: : petitions. Petitioner's witnesses Board of County Commissioners Buyers and sellers alike have found it pays to trust UNITED's 52 years of

:\ISOVKMBKKH-:: t: 4 Southwest Florida. >rM.II"II.mt'nt shall be cross-examined at the AttorneyBradford County held on November 1, 1976, experience in the sale of farms, ranches, acreage, town and country homes,
District. of 996 North Avenue requesting that said Board close
I Il'\'J1: :\IEl'III : conclusion their testimony.By Temple recreational and business properties.
U.S. Highway 41 Direction of Chairman, Starke, Florida 32091 and abandon that certain ,
!\ :'>;U\\- Tuna salad. 7 Miles, South of Brooksville unused portion of a planed
WILLIAM T. MAYO. FREE CATALOG! Call or come in today. Pick up your free catalog of today's best
buttered corn potato chips. Brookaville, FloridJ 33512 before the 29 street hereinafter described and
Commissioner, WILLIAM H. -on or day of Over 2500
fruit mallow. cheese bread! Proctor: Bob Evans BEVIS and Commissioner November, A.D., 1976, and file renounce and disclaim any rightof buys properties described and illustrated.Star .

slicks milk. PAULA F. HAWKINS, as and the original with' the Clerk of the Bradford County Florida, and
TUKSDAYMeal: sauce 5. Department of Environmental constituting the Florida Public above styled Court on said date the public In and to the land

with spaghetti' tossed salad. Regulation Service Commission. this 17th to show cause what right title lying within said unused portionof Route, U.S. 301 r

green beans, apple crisp. Southeastern District djy of September, 1976.William interest or lien you or any of you a platted street, being Hampton Fla. 468.1753
French bread milk 5301 Gun Club Road have In and to the property described as follows:

WKDNKSDAYFried: : West Palm Beach. Florida 33402 B. DeMilly described in said Complaint and aJ

chicken mashed potatoes Proctor: Bill, Albntton A portion an unused platted
COMMISSION CLERK to show cause if any you have. _"..._a..-
green peas, fruit shortcake. why said property should not be street known as Deerwood
rolls milk. 1 tchg 11/4 1 tchg 11/4 condemned for the uses and Avenue lying between Lot 11 Registered Real Estate Broker"uv"illIll'r.

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Raiders Pull Away To 24-6 Win On 4th Ouarter Tiger, Errors Tigers Ranked 9th'

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Latest rankings of the

ALACII A.Santa Fe High's thing off the Raider's 10-6 leadat on an eight yard scoring pass fourth quarter Interceptions, knotted the score just before state's top ten high school
Raiders made the most vt that point. midway through the second the Raiders had to thank the the halftime intermissionwhen ScorlngtUC football teams by the Florida
Union County High Tiger But things were starting to period. Tigers for excellent field posi-- aided by three successive 0 0 .. 41tf Sportswriters Associationhave
errors here last Friday click for the Tigers the defense The Raiders opened second tion on their first seven points. 15 yard penalties 0 t I M-M Union County ninth in

posting two late fourth had pulled together for a half scoring with a 35 yard fhe Raiders took over at the against the Raiders, they had >F. ..,h.. alght' yard pass from the Bradford Class AA High prep is poll not, listed while
quarter touchdowns following field goal by Sidney Dennis. worked their .ornordo Otnnls kick)
costly mistakes to break tough goal line stand just Union County 25 in starting way down to the tfDannll 14 gird KtUC among the top ten Class AAA
to away minutes earlier, the offense Dennis' field goal was the their second quarter scoring Santa Fe six yard line. But a .Warran two yord run(pass lulled) teams.
The a 24-6 victory. had just capped a 93-yard only Raider score of the con drive following an 11 yard bobbled pitch out on third and I,. Campball 11 yard poss from IM Bradford High's Tornadoeshad
Raiders,sixth ranked in scoring drive and there were test unaided by a Tiger mis- punt by the Tigers. three from the six killed the arnarda (Dtnnls klckl
been eighth ranked in the
Class 2A going into last Fri IPS.rn.rdo 10 yard run (Dennis
still 11 minutes remaining take. In addition to the pair of The Tigers had nearly scoring threat.
over
day's contest, upset the third kick) __ :3-A poll two weeks ago, priorto
ranked Tigers on a pair of in the traditional / their loss to St. Augustine.The .
rivalry.A Yellow Jackets are sixth
when fourth it quarter was beginning interceptions to look fired up Tiger defense Tigers; Will Seek To "Impound" Does ]Friday Nightits ranked this week.
Haiders short of
the
like the Tiger offensive unit stopped I :' --'t1d Ocala Forest, which
had finally caught fire.. midfield on their next possession forcedto Union County High's ninth "They're big, agressive and work cut out .for them in passing plans, Roberts -' : defeated BUS last Friday
Union County's Tigers and Santa Fe was ranked 2-A Tigers host have lost some close ones," getting up mentally for notes. The Bulldogs alternate night, remains the top team in
opened the final quarter of punt the ball away to the Palatka Central's Bulldogs Coach Roberts says of the tomorrow night's contest quarterbacks on passing the 3-A rankings. But Tarpon
play last Friday ith a two charged up Tiger offensive tomorrow night (Friday, Nov. Bulldogs. "They're a lot Coach Roberts says he is downs, sending in strong Springs has gained ground on
yard touchdown plunge by %unit. 5)) on the Tiger's home field in better than 1 6," he adds. impressed with the scouting armed James Pool when the the Ocala squad in the latest
running back Wilco Warren in Quarterback White came Lake Butler. Central defeated cross town report on several membersof squad takes to the air. Jerry JUt1lg'r ra'ikings. This week Tarpon
battling back from an earlier out throwing, but a long passon It's homecoming for the rivall'alatka Central for the the Bulldog squad. He Pitts, a quick 170 pounder, Springs picked up three first
1O-O( deficit. third and nine from the Tigers, currently 6-2 in the first time this season in terms big Tim Maynard, whois calls signals on running place votes to Ocala's 15.
Warren's two yard scoi ing Tiger 34 was picked off by the win loss columns for the posting its lone victory. listed at 6-2 and 180 poundson downs and the short passes. Union County dropped from
dive on the opening play of the !Raiders speedy safety midfield.Vince season,as they take on the 1- 6 Losses include a 19 14 setback the team roster but looks Coach Huberts says lie does third to ninth on the state 2-A
fourth quarter. capped a S3-) Campbell at Bulldogs. to 3-A powerhouse St. more like 6-4 and 220 to the not anticipate personnel poll this week, following the
yard touchdown march by the Campbell nearly broke away Homecoming activities are Augustine a contest which Tiger mentor, the Bulldog's changes for his Tigers Tigers loss to Santa Fe. The
Tigers which began buck at for the score on the runback scheduled f to get underway also saw four Bulldog starters "best lineman." tomorrow night, but does mascot Susan Akers Itiaders have replaced Union
their own seven following a but was finally forced out of tonight, Thursday, with the injured! but the injured Right halfback Greg indicate the squad may taketo slKiuilH I'nlim (.',,unty. score on County in the 2-A number
determined goal line stand on bounds at the 15 by White. annual Tiger Growl, a spirited starters are expected to be Cohens, 5-9 and 180, is the the air more if the Bulldogs 4pI'Iing l play of fouilh three spot this week, behind
the part of the Tiger defenseuc Two plays later the Haiders evening of class skits and such back at I full speed for the Tiger Bulldog's leading rusher from concentrate on stopping the 7117171 Icr. Pahokee and Umatilla.
had tut nod the error into six
around this year's theme homecoming. the Central straight T ground attack.
sp points. when quarterback "Tigers Impound The Another factor Coach offensive alignment.
ii rent Downs Buddy Bernardo hit Campbellfrom Bulldogs." Roberts notes is fdund in the Split end Jerome Wilkerson,
17ItM uihlng Yards ItI I the 13 and the point after Season records to date give Tigers setback to Santa Fe 152 pounds, is the leading Kitcliens Tile Remains UndefeatedKitchens I
"
M sting' Yards 7It boot made it 17-6 with just !
A.PC.PI IJ-t'' $ left in. the the Tigers an apparent overwhelming last week. The head Tiger Bulldog receiver, and has the : .
117 untiumblat 330 over six minutes edge, but Union says the loss to the traditional speed to be considered a real Tile whipped the by way of the bomb three offtlie momentary lead before Draw
I Lost 0 contest. County head football Coach rival "stung twice as hard" threat according to Roberts' Merchants 47-25 Sunday arm of quarterback Tite roared back with a five
$4 anally Yards 141 The Tigers took the kick off, Charlie Roberts is quick to and indicated the Union scouting reports. afternoon to preserve its first Charlie Green. 1 fie KT signal yard scoring run by Chris
-- -- set up shop on the 22 and dismiss the records and says County gridders have their Central makes no secret of place strangle hold in men's caller hit Randall Mctioe on Chandler.
Defensive tackle Sidney turned the ball over again. his Tigers are not taking the flag football.KT one scoring play and Chandler passed for a pairof
Jenkins and linebacker Dean This time linebacker Sidney Bulldog challenge lightly. currently 3-0 in men's connected) with Ken Carlton first half TDs connectingwith
Dukes combined efforts to Dennis hauled in the interception Coach Roberts points to RECREATION CENTER flag football league action, mill, Dennis Crwalord on a pairof Emmett: Bright for both
drop the Santa Jo'eual ter- for the Haiders. several other factors in sizingup jumped out to a 26-0 halftime scoring hook ups as the initial half scores. Draw Tite's
back for a six yard loss on Six plajs later the Tiger the Tigers' homecoming Women's Tennis League Muggins over Ella Cooney, 6- lead over the Merchants in the league lenders stormed to first TD came when Bright
fourth and goal from the one error had again turned into opponent. He notes the Second round singles 5; Faye Johnson over Sandy first game of Sunday's twin their halftime edge. Kitchens picked off a Country Boys
in setting up the scoring drie.A seven points for the Haiders. Bulldogs are a class 3-A team competition began Tuesday Bach, 8-0; and Kandy Costelloover bill at the Southside Tile's remaining first half pass and raced In for the
46-yard pass completionfrom Bernardo called his own and have played a tough Nov. 2. with the following Phyllis Muggins. 8-1. Elementary School athletic score came when McGee hit opening score.
quarterback Paul \\lute number on the final score of schedule thus far on the results: Faye Johnson over Winning by forfeits were: field. Carlton for a six point play. Country Boys first half, 19-
to split end Alfred Holmes was the evening rolling left then season. Loretta Ross, 8-2; Phyllis Sandy Bach, Ella Cooney, The four touchdown The Merchants put together point output came on runs of
the big play in the Ti er'f scampering into the end zone Loretta Ross and Kandy halftime lead, bolstered by a a comeback effort in the two and one yard by
scoring drive. White arched a from 10 yards out. Costello. pair of extra points, came as second half, scoring four quarterback Bennett, and a
long pass out to speed The Tigers got the ball back Allen Stops In PP&KStarke's Current standings in thewomen's KT put together a powerful times in the closing half. six point passing play from
who had \\ith just under three minutes attack. second Bennett to Jim Lewis.
Holmes !gained a tennis league are: passing Merchantmen opened
step on the Santa Fe defender remaining on the game clock, Faye Johnson 11-0); Loretta All four first half TDs were half scoring when Second half action saw the

on a fly pattern down Die left and time ran out on the Tiger representative in IJM ': 'iT'' Ross 9-2; Kandy Costello, 9-2; ..1 u.1...I.u.....1..s...I.I. quarterback Jackson Prevail lead change hands twice, with
sideline. Holmes \vas finally drive midfield. the regional Punt, Pass and ; Phyllis Huggins, 7 4; Ella The Dolphins scored three connected with Donnie Bennett passing to Buddy
forced out of bounds on the near Kick (PP&K) competition 12- i Thomas for six Pa tt'rsoll for the second
Bt'lnll nlo. who was 12 of 19 r. Cooney, 6-5; Sandy Bach, 4 more times on a 10 yard run a pointer.In go
seven after slipping p.ict one year old Scott Allen, pulledup 7; Barbara Starnar, 3 8; and by Strickland, and a 20 yardrun all, (he Merchants scored ahead score, before Draw Tite
would be tackier on some' lame with a muscle strainin fI 4 Diane Beattie, 2 9. and a 38 yard run by four time during!: the second put the !game on ice with two
fancy foot work for ]19 yards for the evening his kicking leg. missing ? Jackson. Two extra points half. Prevail hit Joe Loienby TD passes by Chandler. The
A two point conversion attempt helped the Haiders to a 7-0 opportunity to advance to I were made both by Jackson! fur one 'I'D. then connected! I Draw Tite quarterback firedto
following Warren'sscore halftime lend when he con- higher levels in the Bantam League Football The Haiders were on the with Ricky Johns for a pair of Donnie Beech and Brightfor
failed to whittle any- nl'ctedith end :Mike Bethea competition.Allen Flag football action in the Scoreboard two more times late scores. the go ahead scores.A .
who had advanced to Bantam League during the with a 40 yard and 20 yard run Kitchens Tiles scored three pass from Bennett to
the regional PP&K meet on past week had the Raiders by Kenny Davis. One extra times during the second half, Patterson for a Country Boys
. TigerJV Kims Record To 6-1 wins in local, area, and collecting a pair of victories point was made by ))WlYIIl' with (:rten passing for a pair TD closed scoring in the
; district competition, straineda while the Steelers and Slocum. and adding( another on a 40- contest.
muscle in his upper right leg Dolphins split their games and yard run. Johnny Powell and Current standings! in the
Union County High's junior the shut out victory with nine the day before he took to the the Cowboys dropped a pair. The second game last \Wayne 'I't'Slon1'1' on the men's flag football league
varsity football Tigers closed unassisted tackles on the field at halftime during the Bantam League action Thursday, was pla>ed receiving, ends of Green's are: Kitchens Tile 3-0, Draw
their 1976 season on a winning evening. Defensive tackle Miami Dolphins Tampa Bay Tuesday, Nov. 3, saw the between Steelers.the Cowboys and the second half TD passes. Tite 2-1. Badcocks Furniture
note Tuesday. defeating Richard Waters and Bucs game in Tampa October Raiders edge past the Country Boys. winless in 2-1 Merchants 1-3 and
Baker County Highs JV 60 in linebacker James Jones 24.The Cowboys 33 26, while the Halftime score was Steelers three starts thus far, !gave Country Boys 0-3.
Macclenny.A joined Griffis: in the tough 5-7 and 125 pound Allen Dolphins rolled by the Steelers 13 Cowboys 6. Draw Tile a run for their
41-yard scoring pass from defensive showing, Waters was getting used to kicking 37 19.Games. In the second half, I the money in the second half of
quarterback Toby Dillow to collecting seven tackles and while dressed out in full pads Scott Alien poses In Tampa played Thursday, Steelers scored three TI)'s in a Sunday's twin bill. before the BETTY'SBEAUTY
Herschel Holmes in the Jones dropped Baker Countyball when he injured his kicking Bucs uniform with trophies Oct. 28, had the Steelers over row. on a Thompkins to Kenny Draw Tile team pulled away SALONQQciaQJ
closing moments of first carriers eight times.It leg. He had been hitting for and ball he received in PP&K the Cowboys 33 13, while the McNeal pass and a pair of to a 4fi-3;\! victory. !?
action lifted the better than 100 feet all Raiders outscored the Watkins to McNeal passes for
period Tigers was the fifth shut out the on competition. Draw Tite, (cuirentlv in lJd-
past the Baker County JV. Tiger JV managed for the now three events in the Dolphins, 44 40. 10 yards each. Extra: points league standings, held a slim ,\.1-_;; "'
Union County JV football completed season, which saw competition prior to the injury Raider Kenny Davis put his were made, both on passes! two-point edge at halftime. -
Coach Carl Drake termed the the team roll up an impressive and was favored to take the 12 phase competition were squad out in front early in 44 from Watkins to Robert and trailed the win hungry 'Cuts And Styles
real defensive record. old division at the several trophies, a game ball, Carver. The COM bo's're
contest "a U-l. wia-loss. year 40 victory with a 29 yard Country Boys by six at one
struggle" and said his Tigers The Tiger JV blanked P.K. regional meet. and a Tampa Bucs uniform scoring run. Then Chuck able to score only one second point during second half For Men And Women u
played an outstanding game Yonge 40-0. stopped Santa Fe Allen decided to go ahead Johnson scored on a 48 yard half touchdown, on an 18 yard action., Tues Thru Sat.
defensively. 18-o. whippped Baker County with the competition despitethe interception return and run by Scott Hudson.! The North On 301
In addition, Allen and other .
noted the but finished well extra point was !good on a puss Joey, HOMIIOH t scored 1 on a
Coach Drake 14-0 earlier on the season and injury contestants in the recent Clayton Norman added a TD Vary Reasonable Rant I
Baker JV drove deep 2t3loss back in the standing.'ou with from Hudson to Taylor.\ The two yard i inn followed by a
County slapped a () on a 20 yard run.
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into Tiger territory on one Interlaclien for the five shutout was a during a special Davis scored two more
series and threatened to scure inai'k.hlatthinrzie. pain," his mother said of during their stay in banquet Tampa.In times during the opening halfon the Cowboys 13. the Country Hoys( the FTN
before they were forced to t proved the lone Allen's kicking efforts. "The runs of two and eight yardsto P.- --
the ball downs at blemish otherwise officials asked him if he the
turn over Oil on an help Raiders to a 25 13
contrast to disappointed
_ the Union County to yard line perfect season for the TigerJV. wanted to continue before with the being loss, Allen- lead at the halftime inter Because home
Kevin Griffis. a defensiveend when the Hornets pulled a each event," she added.As he is looking forward to mission. your
led the Tigers defcn to I 11 I I n) upset it turned out the says next Todd Jackson accounted for
Jacksonville youth Allen year's eompetition. both Dolphin scores of the

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