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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 20, 1977
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Mid-October temperature degree low was reported at with no Immediate warm-up of 32 degrees Tuesday, and
readings of only six degrees Blanding Monday and in sight. ,even South Florida was chilly
above freezing at Starke and Tuesday mornings however, "We're starting off colder in the 60's. ,
Camp Blanding are believedto with a more comfortable 50 than we did last year," the "
have broken records here degrees Wednesday. weather spokesman said As a further warning, the
for an early start to winter. Lows'of 36 were reported "and last year was a recordcold United Press reported that the
Monday and Tuesday mornings winter." animal kingdom was "doing
The first frost of the season at the WPXE weather At least two generations of its thing" to help warn of a
was spotted Monday, Oct. 17, station, with a warm-up to 46 residents have never seen it so bitter winter. "The bears are
also a record for this area, Wednesday morning., cold in the Jacksonville area fat and getting fatter" one Tile Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven
according to "old-timers." in October. The low reading of naturalist observed, "and this
The U.S. Weather Service at 37 degrees Monday and means they're storing up
99th Year. STARKE, FLORIDA
The Camp Blanding Jacksonville forecast "no end Tuesday equaled Jackson- calories for the long winter, 13 Cents
weather station reported a low in sight" for the chill that has ville's all-time record for the months of hibernations. 14th Issue Thursday Oct. 20,1977 Copy )

reading of 38 degrees Thur settled over North Florida. month, set in 1910. Squirrels are also storing up )
sday morning, Oct. 13 The cold snap appeared certain The cold front along the nuts like crazy and their tails I "i: -
followed by a warming trendon to continue, at least eastern Gulf Coast gave are long and bushy a sure :: }
Sunday. A return to the 38 through the first of next week, Tallahassee a new record low sign of a bad winter. WITH MAYOR SUKIMERSHampton ;: "q r.b'I,I



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I t III.It when the Hampton unstrapped his pistol and
'. Council decided they needed slammed it down on the tablein
mor? police protection TownMarshall front of Summers and told
'JI Shevin To
Steve Varnum resigned the council he resigned. Keynote

I- Tuesday night "Since I took this job last
following an argument with December I've never failed to i
I Mayor William Summers.: answer a call," Varnum saidas
I Summers and Varnum had he headed for the dour Guidance Clinic

\ argued in a meeting last Main problem area for law
month over Varnum's enforcement centered around
schedule!! and a proposed pay the Handy Way Store.

I't 1.. raise. Residents and store officials Awards BanquetAttorney
Varnum was receiving $200a were both at the Tuesday
month for his services as
1 I II ifr i night meeting seeking help
Ii part time" Marshal and was from the council to solve the General Robert enforcement Is an outstanding
i planning. on going to full-time problem.Rev. Shevin will be, the keynote supporter of community
status with a $6,000 'year Richard Mashburn of speaker at the annual awards mental health programs, said
I I II rrst salary but Summers was un- the Hampton Baptist Church banquet of the .Bradford-.. Lennon, ." ...
happy with Varnum performance and about 30 of his supporterscame Union Guidance Clinic, A reception'' 'Is scheduled
and last month to the council to ask for Saturday,- October 22, at' tie from 7-8 p.m Tickets at $5.50
delayed putting Varnum into crackdown on the sale of Starke Golf and Country Club. each for a steak dinner
I full tune status. liquor on Sunday, sale of Shevin 1 Is 'currently a complete with trimmings, are;
In a letter to the Council pornography at the store and leading Florida gubernatorial available at the Clinic. Bet.:
Summers accused Varnum of drinking In the candidate. ween 200 and ;300 people :are
I II doing 'a job of law en- pang expected including
I t a ,r poor store lot. The clinic, in operation
I forcement and a lack of One resident said that many since 1972, is funded throughthe legislators and local elected
cooperation. The Hampton older residents Hampton' federal, state and local 'officials, said Lennon
I charter puts the mayor as the were afraid to go near\ the lot governments. Fees for ser- Last years awards banquet.
I II direct supervisor over the after dark because of the vices are set according to the honored former Bradford(!
I marshal and,the town clerk. abusive language and threats individual or the. family' County commissioner, Ralpf:
coming from people loitering ability\ to pay. Bryan.Union County Clerk of
L4 "During my first months ..
( tenure not has Steve in the lot. Dr. Bill Lennon executive thee' Circuit "Court Robert -
come to me once to report '. Bill Hall, a representativefrom director of the clinic, said the Drlggers, staff member Kerry I
any
second annual will Clifford, 'and pharmacistsErvin
incidents or problems so I the Handy Way Stores, banquet
wonder if I was elected as dogcatcher said the store in Hampton was recognize citizens in the Andrews and John
one of his problem stores. Bradford-Union area who Andrews. '
with Steve
,, as' "Nobody will'work' In have contributed time effort, The mental health services
.
t ; timers letter said .
s1a; x.Q : i ,
ftanzp oneraployees/ are. skit 'ind service to the mental the.clinJeJfwid1"'t area,, arv .
When Summers asked threatened by the people In health of the community. alcoholism counseling'
Varnum for a comment on the the lot and the shoplifting Lennon said they were very program, child and family
letter he replied," I wouldn't problem here is worse than 25 to have Shevin a guidance program ,
voice my opinion here." other stores combined," Hall leading Democratic candidatefor emergency counseling ser
Waiting To Become Jack-O-Lanterns governor of Florida as the vice after-care services for
Later in' the meeting Var- said.Hall
Shevin besides training community
num and Summers clashed called for stricter speaker. a
\ These huge pumpkins at Norman's Produce on North Temple The pumpkins were grown in Tennessee. again after Summers curfew and more cooperationfrom staunch supporter of law caregivers.
Avenue are just wailing to become Jack-PLanterns for kids like Beverly is the daughter of !Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wheeler of plained about the law enforce-com- the Hampton marshal in
Rt. Z, Starke. Shane Is the son of Mr. and !Mrs. Hank Greene of
Shane Greene and Beverly Wheeler, kindergartners from ment in Hampton. helping to stop the problem.
.Starke Elementary Starke.In Following the clash Varnum "We'll prosecute or do any. Council Sets Move
thing we can to help controlthe
problem," Hall said.


County Needs More Equipment, PersonnelTo drinking had Varnum tried on several told the premises Hall times that to stop but he To Collect $4,000

the problem still occurred. As
for loitering Varnum said he
hadn't taken any action
because the store operators Overdue Utility BillStarke

Maintain Secondary Road Systemturning move.needed to make the first

"I couldn't throw someone commissioners proceed gradually or jump in
I. off the lot unless they have directed city attorney George all at once. He recommendedthe
a brief session Tuesday officials Bradford Commissioners I' o. them over and will doa been asked to leave by the Pierce during the regular longer smoother con
afternoon. Oct. 18. with learned the county l clean up and touch up. store management," Varnum meeting Tuesday October 18 version to bring the city into
Department of Transportation will need a minimum of six Pittman said this would explained.The to set in motion legal compliance with the Federal
additional pieces of equip- : t enable the county to have its council agreed the solution measures to recover over Power Commission Stan
ment and about seven addi- roads in good condition before for the problem would be $4,000 owed to the city for an dards.
W" gown mrirt tional personnel to take over f county maintenance would to work with two part-time overdue electric bill. Pierce said he had
:. the maintenance of secondary zras begin. policemen, one from outside researched the situation and
roads. Iw'a Other roads that will be the Hampton area, that could The action came after the city would not be forced
DOT Maintenance engineer 4t. turned back to the county get the problem under control. commissioner Charles into the uniform accounting
Winn Broadhurst told com before July 1, 1980 after any Schaefer produced a list of 26 system until 1980.) It had
missioners the county would\ + resurfacing that needs to be Council chairman Ted customers 90 days in arrears. originally been set up for 1976,
need to add two tractors a six done are: SR-230 from US-301 Curtis with full council'ap Schaefer said there were five but was postponed by the
foot mower, a ten foot mower Mr'i east to Clay County, a leg of proved to ask for Town Attorney merchants on the list but legislature until 1977.
and a two-ton truck to the SR-235 from Brooker to Richard Welty to drawup declined to give a total dollar Farnsworth said a letter
equipment) already owned( by Alachua County SR-221 from an ordinance that would figure saying the outstanding explaining the gradual changewas
the county. Broadhurst said US-301 to Hampton and backto prohibit the sale of beer and balances may not be the same necessitated by an
additional personnel would {, US30SR.21\ from Clay wine on Sunday in Hampton.The since the last computer economic crunch was all that
SATURDAY, Oct. 22 add about $70,000 to the County back to Bradford council agreed this step printout. !should be needed.
county's payroll. County and back to Clay might also help cut down on City! clerk Merrill Edwards Mayor Harold Epps in-

B-U Guidance Clinic Broadhurst said the dollar ,IMMord. County all of SR-18 from US- problems at the store.In verified the large overdue bill structed the utility committeeto
other action the council
the
Banquet p.m. amount spent for roads wouldbe 301 to Brooker and US-301 to was Branding Iron meet with the bond
gave final approval to the 1978 Restaurant.
Starke Country Club SR-100. Pierce and Farnsworth
the same, only administered trustees. -
The
budget. budget calls for Edwards told the com
Roads will be classified
by the on a to set up an orderly
county $35,295 in expenditures of missioners the same names
Rummage SaleElks&Elkettes functional basis 1982 and .
by progression.In
rather than the DOT. The
state and local and
money appear time after time and
will be divided into four main
counties will not receive the $2.877 in federal other action Millard
revenue with cold weather "somethingneeds :lj\
I It I a.m.p.m.SUrke categories: the State Park
Elks Lodge money but it will be held in a Road System, the State Highway sharing money to be done." lie said his Brown returned to the council ,;
trust fund in the
county'sname Road instructions to the meter to inquire about the progress
System, the County '
in Tallahassee and bills readers is to turn off the of gas lines for Geiger Road.
and the Street
SUNDAY, Oct. 23 for personnel equipment ", ,- System System. City First Pecan utilities, but by the time the 70 Brown was told the survey I'
maintenance or contracts all day limit is reached two bills map was sent to Pierce to
roads include
will
County commissioner Dave Shuford with Art Schulz, DOT County
have accumulated. Edwards have easement drawnup
Set Nov. papers
Sale 3
CommunityState collector roads all extensionsinto
resident construction engineer check a low shoulder on Slt-I6 would I
said a notice to cut off is given and work get underway
Bank
and the collector I
700 VoterPurge during a tour Tuesday of county roads that will be turned 0\er to through these
10 days after the second as soon as were
Open House the county for maintenance roads and a 11 the local roads in This fall's first pecan
2:305:10p.m.MONDAY: the unincorporated areas. auction is scheduled Nov 3 at months unpaid bill is mailed. signed. council \1\
The unanimously
Cards would be paid from the trust visit were SR225. east of Every five years each roadin lp m. at the Bradford County Schaefer suggested a the appointment of
approved
fund. said Broadhurst Lawtey, which was re the system will be reviewedby State Farmer's Market on US- shorter cut off deadline and Cliff Hazen for a three
Oct. 24 "You will not be spendingany surfaced in 1972. and SK-16 resurfaced the DOT for functional re- 301 south in Starke, accordingto said other companies only term as bond trustee year and
classification said Market Manager Bob Allen. allowed 15 days. !
Are Mailed more on roads than we earlier this year. reappointed Dewey Williamsas
Broadhurst.Any .
Commissioner Shuford Holiday Inn manager Bill '
Dave
said Broadhurst.
have. lie "This year's pecan crop building inspector.
Jr, Class BHS Meeting Around 700 post card notices added "it is something that is traveled with the DOT offi- new work for the county looks better, but still is not Roberts said the high utility The board accepted the only
were mailed out October 10 by coming and the county better cials. All the roads seemed to for secondary roads would not what we consider a real good rates were one reason the bid submitted of $2.817 for a
0
p.m.TUESDAY. the office of Superivsor of get geared up for it." He be _in good shape, said begin after January 1. 1978. crop." the market manager management company he NCR validating machine and
Election Neva Flynn to added Bradford is the only Broadhurst. The group only but up until that time all workin says. Pecan yield in 1976 was works for is, "throwing in the donated the old one to the Vo-
registered voters in Bradford county in the 16 county second stopped to check one low progress or any work requested very light. There was only one towel." Roberts said, it was Tech School.
Oct. 25 County who have not voted in district that had not yet made shoulder on SR-16. would be done. All the sale held, due to a lack of nuts "common knowledge" the Edwards told the council he
the elections during the past the transfer. Before the transfer is made secondary work must be completed with about 3,500 pounds going Holiday Inn was being sold, was advertising a public
Starke Land Use
City Hall four years. The county will get the the physical system of any by July 1, 1980. through the market. but the sale had not been hearing on the use of federal
responsibility to do what the road transferred must be James Dees planning Sales will be held each finalized. revenue sharing for October
7p.m.Bradford Thoseho receive from cards the date are DOT has been doing which includes equal to the shape any present engineer, told the commissioners Thursday beginning Nov. 3 Roberts appeared with city 23 preceding a hearing on i,
County given 30 days received construction and re- county road is in, or if a road while the DOT will execpt Thanksgiving week, as surveyor Merrill McMillan to Starke land use and would go \
Zoning Board notice cards was mail to return construction. Several years has not been resurfaced maintain the roads until 1980 it long as there is enough discuss extending city utilitiesto over the revised budget at that
the by or bring ago the state began giving within the past 12 years it would be better to add a pecans, Allen says. two houses located behind time. The 1977-78 fiscal year i
thesupervisor's I
7:30p.m.Courthouse In
: them person office. to back to the counties the 7th would be resurfaced. If a road portion each year rather than Growers are asked to bring the Holiday Inn. Roberts said for the city began October 1... "
cent of the state gas tax to use has been resurfaced within 12 have it dumped on them all at pecans to be weighed to the the houses may be sold
Persons who have changed to acquire right of ways for years but it has a low one time. market between 8 a.m. and separately from the US-301
addresses without notifyingthe roads but under the new payment rating regardless of After the ride to check the noon the day of the sale, Allen property. Trustees To MeetThe
Sljr:!; (fomimmilyAccwmit elections supervisor or program the state will acquire age. It will be resurfaced, saida two roads, Dees said, it will says. Pecans must be in good, City auditor Pat Farn- I
'talc'nttk leaving forwarding addresses right of ways taking that DOT representative.As probably take to the first of ''serviceable' sacks. Pecans sworth asked the council for Bradford County
could be removed from the burden off the counties and a courtesy to the county the yearto have the papers for must be separated by variety, direction on proceeding with a Hospital board of trustees will
Now lmw4 uTOIO.toaky rolls when their cards are giving them road constructionand engineer J.H. Pittman said the changeover for SR-223, otherwise they will be sold as uniform accounting systemfor meet Thursday! October 27. T
p.. ....l Otmlt.inturwic C.',,. returned to the supervisorsoffice. maintenance.The the DOT will bring the roads east of Lawtey.' and SR-16 mixed nuts which sell at lower the utilities department. p.m. for their regular: monthly
roads looked at on this "up to good shape" before completed prices. Farnsworth said the city could n1.IOIt.i1 .

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Janet McCrary George Hoffer, Wed. Sept. 17 I

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McCrary Mr and of Starke Mrs. James announce N. 64id771te

the marriage of I their

George daughter William Janet Hoffer Louise. III to c lacjye Wooly Socttty CJitor ,

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Hoffer of Burlington. Vt

The marriage took place Ann Allen Bridal I I Party Honoree Charlene Melvin And Terry Thomas
Sept I tat Folkston, Ga. witha i,
reception following at the ; Miss Ann Allen was honoree Motley! Others assisting in
Hiveria Apartments Club at a bridal party last Saturday serving and caring for the Wed October 8 In BrookerThe
house in Jacksonville.The i morning, hosted by Mrs, guests were Mrs. Olin White,
bride's table was Eldon Hardy Mrs. Joan Mrs.James Crosby Mrs. Mac Brooker Baptist Churchwas
covered with a beautiful Chitty, Mrs. Sonny Tenly Baldwin, Mrs. John Greene, the setting for the'
delicate lace cloth and centered Mrs. J.E. Tomlinson, and and Miss Karen Chitty marriage of Charlene Faye
with a two tiered Mrs. E.D. Tenly, Sr The 10:30to : The honoree and her mother Melvin, daughter of Mr. and
wedding cake (topped i with a 12 noon party was held at and grandmother were Mrs. Cecil C. Melvin of
miniature bride and groom. I In the home of Mrs. Eldon Hardyat presented with corsages Allen Brooker, to Brian Terry
the background was an 1708 East Call Street. their arrival and Miss Thomas son of Mrs. Seletta
arrangement of flowers and Greeting guests at the door was given a crystal relish dish Thomas and the late D.L.
candelbra Crystal and silver were Mrs. Hardy, Miss Allen, and silver spoon as a Thomas of Starke.
trays held nuts mints and Mrs. Robert E. Allen,. Jr., memento of the occasion.Out .
cheeseballs placed at various of town guests attendingwere 31
mother of the honoree, and Rev. James L.
tables in the clubhouse. Mrs. H.B. Williams grand Mrs. Joyce McCallum, officiated October Temple
The hostess, !Mrs. Dora mother. Mrs. H.B. Williams, and 8 at 7:30:

I lew lotto assisted by Mrs. The guests were invited into Marilyn McCallum, all of p.m. the altar
Jodie Uuch.mon and other 7 the refreshment table in the Gainesville, and Mary Mc baskets Highlighting of blue were r
friends served from identical Tenly. The table was covered
"
'11 \ carnations, daisies and ,
goblets. :
with a white "ArmyNavy"lace
with blue
gladioli bows.
Starke Friends and and Jacksonville relatives from '!!i.. ......' and linen cloth and was Lyle BrownCelebrates Mrs. George Canova .
enloed -' "---- centered with an arrangementof
organist Cindy Canova .t.
the occasion
:Mr. and :Mrs mixed silk flowers in a pianist and .
The couple are residing in George Hoffer III Greg Douglas: .# '
porcelain compote. Handingout
soloist
presented a program of ,
J.l'ksonvlllehE're he is plates was Mrs. Chitty,
stationed with the :'Iaand: Recent Bride Shower HonoreeMrs and serving spiced tea from 1 1st. BirthdayLittle nuptial music 'H/
Janet is employed by the the silver service was Mrs. Leslie Thomas attended his F, ,
social and (economics servicesof : Robert Randall silver trays holding party Joyce McCallum aunt of. the Lyle Brown cele- brother as best man. Ushers ,
the State of FloridaMr Bradley entertained at a appetizers. Punch and coffee bride-to-be. Inviting guests brated his first birthday were Eddy Hazen, Gary
bridal shower recently at her were served to the many into the family roomand Wednesday,October 12,with a Melvin and Gene Melvin.
;.... home in Whitehouse honoringher friends from Starke and Florida Room was Mrs. party at the home of Mr. and Miss Rhonda Harrell servedas ...
: and \tr1l: Curtis Sanders sister, Janet Louise Jacksonville. Tomlinson. Mrs. Charles Schmitt. maid of honor. Attendantswere
have moved i from 315); :N: :McCrary Hoffer. a recent Hanging baskets, potted The Winnie-The-Pooh motif Donna Tollesson. sisterof _
Walnut street to 83.1V: : bride. CORRECTION plants and african violets was carried out in the decorations the bride,Sandi Melvin and St.
Madison street, the former The dining table was In the Karen Howe-Carl were used extensively The refreshment table Sandra Hazen. They were
covered with Winnie- attired alike in formal
throughout the party rooms. was a gownsof
.1V Hitch home which they covered with a handmade Ilunsinger wedding writeuplast
cokes from the cut The-Pooh cloth and centered polyester knit in cottillion
buying :Mr and :Mrs cloth and centered with Serving
ire week the fact that Carl
with cake decorated with blue with
a Queen Anne
bowl in the
glass punch
Martha seasonal and
i : flowers wedding
I'eter Alogna Hunsinger is the son of R. Winnie-The-Pooh and neckline trimmed with venise
Florida Room Misses
\Veldon' and family are bells. Also on the table was alargl' George Hunsinger of Starkewas were
Friends. lace medallions, long sleeves
Pam Tucker and Lynn
the Sanders house congratulatory cake and
renting omitted. and full pleated skirts. They ._. _. '

Eastern Star Kelli Whaley, blue wore and white carried hates nosegays trimmed in of Mr. and Mrs. Terry Thomas I

yellow daisies, white pom- chapel length train. Her Mrs. Guy Harrell greetedthe
Supper Oct. 22 Danny LukeTo poms and blue daisies. fingertip veil of illusion was guests at the door and
u Ginger Adams was flower attached to a Juliet headpiece Mrs. Debbie Outlaw kept the
There are 001] Starke Chapter, No. 224 Wed Oct. 29 girl and Leslie Thomas, Jr. encrusted with seed pearls bride's book.
Order of the Eastern Star, will was ring-bearer. and venise lace to match her Peggy Prevatt and Laura
have a covered dish supper Given in marriage by her gown. She carried a nosegayof Thomas cut the bride's cake.
Saturday, October 22, at 7 Miss Kelli Whaley and father the bride wore a formal blue carnations and daisies Hostesses were Mrs. Lucy
p.m. in the Masonic Hall. All Danny Luke will be united in gown of qlana knit featuring a with baby's breath.A Edwards Mrs. Jean Douglas.Mrs. .
Masons and their families are marriage Saturday, Oct. 29 at Queen Anne neckline trimmed .Juanita Adams and Mrs.
invited to attend. & p.m, at Heilbronn Springs with venise lace medallionsand reception was held in the Elloise Tolleson. !Mr. Guy
Baptist Church with a long tapered sleeves. The church education building Harrell assisted. Mrs. Carla
reception following in the bodice was embellished with which was decorated with Rhine passed out scrolls.
individuallypocketed church Fellowship Hall. venise lace with an empire arrangements of blue, yellow The couple is residing in
All friends and relatives are waist and had a full skirt and white pompoms, daisies Brooker following a wedding
Society editor, Gladys invited to attend. which terminated into a and baby's breath.A trip to Daytona Beach.:
Mooty, is taking a weeks R &
R (rest and relaxation) next
week, Oct. 24-29. Social news Wedding Couple Honored At Open House Oct. 1 11 1 I
will be handled by the Mr. and Mrs. Paul G. Brown
and family spent the weekendin
Telegraph office. 9646305.
Mrs. Mooty plans to be backon Charleston S.C. and attended Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth small round punch table presented with a tablespoon in
coils the job Oct. 31. the two St. Johns Grider and Mr. and Mrs. covered with a white linen their chosen flatware as a
Country Day School soccer. George H. Pierce entertainedat cloth with lace trim and memento of the occasion from
-=== = games.&JQiE t Open House Tuesday, centered with a crystal punch their hosts.
October 11, at the home of the bowl. Presiding at the punch Out of town guests attendingwere
latter honoring Miss Ann bowl were Lynn Moxley and Robert E. Allen grand
DbatLd Allen and Dennis Rhoden, Lynn; Pierce. father of Miss Allen. Mrs.
whose marriage will be an Assisting in serving and H.B. Williams grandmotherof
J::&. 96V-SY6/ event of Nov. 5. caring for the guests were Miss Allen. Milfred :Mc
Standing in the receiving Paula Dee Carter Christie Callum Mrs. J or.ceIc: -
f 'line were the honored couple Redding,Sonya.Tenly,. Karen. .,t.Callum and Marilyn Mo-
the
in L7-"I,. : > and their parents.Mr. and and Virginia Crawford and ,Callum all of Gainesville. Also
4 I Mrs. R.E. Allen, Jr./and Mr. ';' Kathy and Nancy Gridern'. ,, attending waaMartin'Alleh: okJil
s Q. .un.cI: r> O. and Mrs. W.C. Rhoden. 'The honored'couple were Corpus Christie Texas.
The refreshment table in the

S.;u1'tiday; v dining white room Madrid was covered cloth witha and 4.11 And Scout RepresentativesObserve I


2 M1: centered blue silk with flowers.an arrangementof Presidingat Youth Week At Rotary J

flIMAI'r $ UG6Y the crystal punch bowl were
Mrs. Ben Moxley, Mrs. Neil 4-H Club-centered flower arrangements lor the
''r ,Ir LON Crawfrod and Mrs. Comer program was presented at the home.
Club last week
Suggs.In Rotary by Parrish said he hoped to
cm AA..w.PG ..
... the game room was a Lowell Parrish, 4-H coordinator conduct a 4-H business short
[QJ- for Bradford Union, course before Christmas with
From Warner Bros m and Baker Counties in observance
members visiting and observing
F. 3,,. w Alpha Gamma ,of Youth Activity the operation of
Week. various local businesses The
D 301JU. Held October Parrish stressed the growthof operators of any local firms
L1tLJi the 4-H program in Brad interested in cooperating in
$ I5ci MeetingThe ford County stating that 359 this program, are invited to
boys and girls are actively engaged contact Parrish.
J I Gamma Chapterof in programs conductedby
Alpha
..
Special guests at this
Alpha Delta Kappa held its the eight clubs now
meeting were five senior
in the Also
October meeting at the operating county.
is 4-H members of Boy Scout Troop)
Episcopal Parish House with sponsored a Countywide
70, Mike Whiffen. Alan
President Gladys Thomas Horse Club.Parrish .
Montgomery Terry Mun-
'U/-t'' presiding said the 84 volunteer dorff. Dirk Schmidt, and
*vo ya* *riWtlVvv yC- \i sr% Iw'lll.IR: Evelyn Sinclair gave an adult leaders were now Kenny Stevenson. Each Scout
WHAi:4''p : inspiring devotional on assisting with the programs in introduced himself and
UIYASAI( PNA( Founder's Day. this county and expressed described his function in the
PGsLtdQy
'-z. ntxrrars PoAAvsirq, [ Laurie Mullins introduced appreciation to the Rotary troop.
guests Becky Dobbins and Club! for its support.
= Jayne Trawick. Dr. R.S. Mullins
: -1'7 Rotary's
A Founder's Day Programwas Stacey Hayes a BUS Junior institutional representativefor
presented by Mary Agnes and president of the County 4- the troop thanked Rotary
H Council, reported on the National
Ferguson, Laurie Mullins for its and
II sponsorship expressed -
Verna Schmidt, Sandra 4-H Citizenship Short
CmllII$1IIN1"GORDtN the need for more
ELES H Duncan, and Eugenia Course she attended last adult leaders to assist with
summer in Washington D.C.
Whitehead chair-
program troop activities. Dr.
Wayne
Her trip was made possible bya
Al man. Whiffen. Troop Committee
Deluxe ? IHIIIIHI COLDSReIaedbyELLNANENTERPRISES Refreshments were served $50 Rotary scholarship. chairman, told of the annual

Beautyrest +; siif, by Mary Agnes Ferguson Michele Stillwell, it-year- Suwannee River raft races, in
Gentle Firm Comlort wins 'J 1 INr Laurie Mullins and Marilyn old student, gave a demon- which the troop participatesand
eves popular Beautyrest Vellenga. stration on making fabric has won several awards.
feature ,including individually') f
pocketed coils pre-built borders to
prevent sagging and last longer handsomenew Goodwill Brunch Held By I
cover and much more See it tOday'' e'
GARDEN LIQUORS Junior Woman's ClubThe

119" mn'r0110TwinSe
eeor rrrtOtlejt.!LMafchmp / Junior Woman's Club Mrs. Robert Hall Mrs. J.C.
BoiiOa,Pang held a Goodwill Brunch Dukes and Mrs. Larry
Saturday Oct. IS, at the Crawford served punch and
Specials clubhouse for members of the coffee. Assisting in servingwere
senior club and Little Women. !Mrs. Robert Autry, !Mrs.
Mrs. Gerald Wilson, Gareth Jones, Mrs. Glenn
1 president Junior Women Polk, !Mrs. Gary Stephens
greeted the guests at the door. Mrs. Butch Trotter and Mrs.
j VODKA \\\ The refreshment table James Younts.
covered with an eggshell color Approximately 50 guests

More coils make Beautyrest better coils. That means it's free to support lace cloth over brown underlay called between the hours of
was centered with an 10:30: and 1200.HUNTER: .
Count them yourself you'll find that just the part of you it's under.-; arrangement of yellow

every Beautyrest has about twice as conform to your natural body contour daisies zinnias, roses and

many coils as other mattresses. With and adjust itself to differences in CANADIAN WrJi RUM mums. Punch coffee and The annual Hunter REUNION reunion

540 in Twin size up to 1,258 in the King body weight.That all adds up to "the many served.delicious delicacieswere will be held at the Live Oak-

size! And every coil Is sewn into its mattress for your whole body". Suwannee County Recreation

own pocket, not tied to all the other Beautyrest. Made only by Simmons. Oct.Center 23.in Live Oak on Sunday

//'*.11'ticl You Can Do Better At ) R80N BLENDS TUG BRADFORD All descendents of William
8p COUNT: ('TELEGRAPH Miles Hunter are urged to
attend.A .
I Published every Thursday basket lunch will boo
( ruti'tll -
'C6NMAR1 r
at 135 W.Call Street shared at 12:30: p.m.
WE NOW HAVE DRIVE-IN-WINDOW Slarke,Florida 32091

I Second Class pottage paid iiiiii _

Starke,FloridaSubscription Mrs. Esma Yongue and
Rates: Mrs. Florence Cowart of Fair-
GARDEN LIQUORS I n trade area Il7lM'r field were Tuesday visitors of
fear; 14 six months Mrs. Lila Caldwell.

at411'CallStreet: 96"-l827! StarkeFlorida 801 N. Temple Ave. 964-8080 Outside trade area: SH Keith Carter. Susan and
per>ear:14.50: six months Cynthia Edwards of FSU were
home for the weekC'nd.1r1'7 .
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Frances Harrison, Lucy Bradley, And Roger Barnett I Maxville Man It ChargedWith I


Charles McKinneyTo Repeat Vows Oct. 6, In TheressaMiss I Sexual Battery j


Wed Oct. 29 |, veil of silk Illusion was Eugene O'Neal, 41, of State Hospital at Macclenny \\ :'
Deborah Lucille secured to a crown of pearls Maxville, has been charged last Saturday, according to \ :
The wedding of Frances Bradley, daughter of Mr. and and crystals.A with sexual battery on a the Clay County Sheriff's j I
Mrs. Clyde Bradley, and mental patient who fled the office. I
Harrison, daughter of Mr. and reception was held in the
Roger Alan Barnett, son of Two men and two women ,
Mrs. Luther Garrett of .nr church Educational building.Mrs. i
Mr. and Mrs. H.E. all f
Barnett, left the hospital together on
Manchester, Ga. and Charles Merle Packham greetedthe I
McKinney, son of the late Rev. of Starke were united In r guests at the door and MUTT JIFF Saturday and made their way \ 1

Laurie McKinney of Starke, marriage Thursday, October Mrs. William Dampier kept So says the VA... by to U.S. Highway 301. O'Neal is I
I 6, at?:30 p.m. in Hope Baptist M 01' Smith charged with picking \ip the
has been set for Oct. 29 at 7 the bride's book
Church Theressa with Rev Standing in the BON'T WORRY MUTT'"AS A women, leaving the men to \
Mildred Green and p.m.The Merle L. Packham performing receiving DISABLED VETERAN YOU MAY hitchhike, and driving the
home wedding will be line were the bride and
,
groom
Joseph Boone the nuptials .v ..ppPi BE ELIGIBLE TO GET \VAS to his home where he
solemnized in the presence of their parents and attendants.The LOW COST INSURANCE ..I'D women ( f
Mrs. Jesse Lee .
organistand ; sexually molested of
their family and close friends. bride's table was lETTER!! CALL THEM BEFORE one
Mildred Green Mrs. Cheryl Douglas, covered with a white linen i ''TIS Too LATE': them, the sheriff's office said. '
soloist, presented a programof cloth and centered with a The women were not hart 'j.;
nuptial music. med in any other way, and t!
wedding cake Mrs G. L.
j"
Joseph BooneTo ;JJ 1o..Know Flanking the altar were two Lovell cut the cake. Haunted House were taken to the Orange '/
baskets of white gladioli
Park '
Community Hospital for
Wed Nov. 12 mums, blue carnations andbaby's The punch table was lint examination according to the
'
covered with a white linen
Mr. and Mrs. Angelo breath against a back- i cloth and centered with a Awaits KidsMonday sheriffs office. They were '.
Mrs. Mildred Green of Stefanelli and daughter ground of two basket ferns ; crystal punch bowl encircled later released in care of 1
Brooker announces the returned to their home in and greenery, and an arch ; with mums. Oct. 31 Macclenny state hospital.
candelabra with ,
ti
burning
engagement of her daughter, Indiana Pa. on Tuesday of Assisting in serving were O'Neal was released under

Mildred Aileen of Wildwood to last week after a weeks visit tapers. Mrs. Howard Mauger, Mrs. R. For those of who have $1,576 bond.MINIGOLF. '
Mr. and Mrs. Henry James Barnett attended his + you Concoct near... VA offcoeheck
Joseph Lee Boone, son of Mrs. L. Stanley and Mrs. Rodney jI'
Stefanelli. While here they brother as best man. Ushers .i never seen ghosts, goblins ( your phone booh] oi
George W Boone, Sr. and the Hall and the sort, you'll : Group Rates i
visited relatives and friends in were Steve Melton, David witches a local vm* rmnm group !)
late Mr. Boone of Wildwood. Jacksonville and Gainesvilleand Plckren and George Payne. Mr. Barnett will be have, your chance Monday, Call 964-5389 or 9645330.TERRIFIC I
Miss Green is a graduate of stationed in Prom, Germanywith "
World. Miss Lisa Ekard attendedas October 31, between the hoursof
went to
Disney
Bradford High School and maid of honor. She the Air Force for three 6:30 and 9 p.m. '
had wore a
also a gettogetherat
They b .. -
Santa Fe
Community Mrs. Barnett will
College. join
the Stefanelli cottage floor length gown of blue satin years.! Come down to the Boy Scout
She attended the University of with waist and Mrs. him soon. Building located at the Pratt
Florida" and Is Sunday at Hampton Lake. empire mat Roger Barnett
presently ching headdress. She carrieda Street Playground on the I
employed with Florida pillows. above date and join in the fun It
of carnations Book Sale
Telephone in Leesburg. Miss Mrs. Henry O'Hara nosegay Given in marriage by her 1977 '
returned last Saturday after mums and baby's breath, father the bride full at the HAUNTED YARN SALE
Green is also the of wore a
daughter
HOUSE.......That is, unlessyou're
the bride's ,
matching bouquet Set GViUe
at
the late Lee Roy Green. undergoing eye surgery length gown of chantilly lace By
and
Sherri Irons and Lori Mann too scared. Be sure DURING OCTOBER i
Alachua General
Mr. Boone is a graduate of Hospital.Mrs. with fitted bodice and long to
Jack-O-Lantern
Wildwood High School and is B.N. Phares of Winter were flower girls and wore tapered sleeves that fell to FriendsThe bring your
Library 1
best
in the contest. The
enter
Park visited her last week gowns matching the maid of the wrists. full
employed with Seaboard ; points at The
three will win a real nice 10% To 75 % Off l'
honor.
Coastline in Wildwood. Mr. and Mrs. L.C. Smith of circular skirt had a chapel
The wedding will take place Winter Springs were Saturdayand Stacey and Stanley Gnfhs, train of peau satin with patches annual Book Sale by prize, said the sponsor of the of
Club
of the bride went Gainesville Friends of the Junior Women's
Sunday visitors Mr. and nephews of lace. She
Saturday, November 12, at 3 ; wore a single Yarns for & Crocheting r
pm in the Sunset Park Mrs. L. M. Herbrand of ringbearers. They wore blue pearl necklace and carried a Library is set Tuesday Starke. Knitting

Church of God Wildwood.All Daytona Beach are spendingthis suits with carnations in the nosegay of carnations mums Saturday, Oct. 25- 29 in a new Sweaters, Afghans, Ere
'' ::;:
friends and relatives are week with her. lapel and carried blue satin and baby's breath. Her short location at 108 South Main f' Z Also Sale On Many Patterns
invited to attend.cBIRTHS. Street, the old Western Auto

Mrs. W. F. Herlong had has store. ((( );
DUPLICATE BRIDGE =
as visitors Mrs. T.G. Layfield, Library Sets Hours are from 9 to 9 on .
CLUB RESULTSThe
Sr and T.G. Layfield Jr. of Tuesday, but come early for =- ....-;=- The Magic Needle
Club
Fort White last Friday and Duplicate Bridge Scary l\lQvie the best selections, the rest of
Mr and Mrs. F.V. Herlong of will have a benefit bridge the week the hours are 9 to 6, The ancient Norse believedthat 1517 Bessent Road
Tuesday night, Nov. 1 for 9 to 2. of a god
Jacksonville on Sunday. except Saturday, the shaking
964.5149 Starke 964-6300
Muscular Dystrophy at the For Halloween Book buyers are sure to find imprisoned in the earth was L
Mr and Mrs. James Barberof Pratt Street Recreation
bargains with of earthquakes.
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Padgettand prices ranging the cause
Starke announce the birthof Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Center at 7:30: p.m. The publicis Scream with terror and from 25 cents to 90 cents on I.
a son Bradley Edward invited to attend. most items. Special Editionsare 1
Norman and sons visited Mr. howl with delight at the
born October 3 in Lake Shore Winners at the Tuesday
Bradford individually Also,
and Mrs. Clyde Hilliard at County Public priced.
Hospital Lake City Grand- night game were first, Eva
Newnan Lake on Sunday. Library on Halloween night a huge collection of
parents are Rev. and Mrs. Mathewson and Jeff Wren- magazines, records and
Ben Bryant and Mr. and Mrs shall; tieing for second were will be found.

Donald Barber all of Starke. David Miss Byers Beverly of Jacksonville Eggers and Marie Dent and Janie Wiles See the film, "Comedy ofTerrors" games Proceeds from the sale are ., ;I
starring Vincent
and Lucile Green and Ceilia ;
used to the services
visited her parents, Mr and Price Boris Karloff and Peter improve '
I
Terwillegar third were Dr. ,
; and facilities of the Santa Fe .
Mrs. B.J. Eggers on Sunday. Lorre at 6:30: p.m. Oct. 31, t. tL. '
and Mrs. Jim Minesinger.
w
1jo.J now Halloween. Shriek with frightas Regional Library.niOUGIITOFTHE. I .,'.,'

Young John David Frances Price kills the landlord and '3 .. "
caught a big one in HamptonLake cackle with delight as the '1 '
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MONTH .. ,",
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Mr and Mrs E D Tenly '
afternoon he
Sr. Rev. and !Mrs Hugh snaged Sunday a fish hook in his, ear :z.v?/o..K- No landlord scaredy refuses cats to allowed stay dead.! "Why is it? A man wakesup

Walters of Raiford Mrs Joan and had to be taken to Local admittances to in the morning after .

Chitty, Mr. and Mrs. Edward emergency in Gainesville to Bradford Hospital this Be prepared there will be a sleeping on an advertised .. .t 1".j.
Ripphnger, Mrs Sonny Tenly County blanket, in advertised .j. '
t
have it removed. weird frightful "Thing" I
week include John Crowson, .rr
and Miss Karen Chitty were in : haunting the library on pajamas. He will bathe in an \ '.. ,

Reidsville, Ga. over the week. Mr. and Mrs. O.G. Joseph Kollar Walter Miss Hoffman Lori Halloween. The unidentified advertised tub, wash with i1 .ye. ,1.r i i" fiN 1 "+ '
end for the funeral of W.R. Strayhorn, Mrs. Eldon Mitzel spooky creature will be givingout advertised soap, shave withan .,
Walters, brother of Mrs. and Miss Jo Linda Lloyd Johnson, Mrs Evelyn advertised razor, drink ( ...;_ .
Driggers spiders and haunted treats "
\
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\
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Walters Wildwood were Griffis, Mrs. Irene Brooks, advertised coffee after his :"r ir' 1"y" ; y V
Tenly Sr. and Rev. ; of
Driggers after the movie at 7:55 pm.
and James
they also visited with his Sunday visitors of Mr. and Frank White All those taking spiders must advertised juice, cereal and '
widow Mrs.W.R. Walters and Mrs. M.F. Hazen. Harris of Starke; Mrs. Alice bring their own whip and toast (toasted in his advert ,4' -fttExtended ,
son.in-law and daughter Mr Cason of Raiford; Delmer leash. The haunted treats will tised toaster), put on ,'" ,
{
James of Hampton; Mrs. advertised clothes and 1
an .
Johnson of
and Mrs Sidney '
be provided by the "Frightful' 1 < .
Atlanta. Robert Green underwent Elizabeth Kaiser "of Lawtey. advertised hat. He will rideto "(
the 't
Friends of Library. .
Wednesday in the work i'J aa advertised car, .. '.... i' I. '
surgery i f '. ... 4! ;'
Mrs. Bobby Allen and Gainesville VA Hospital. Mr. !and. Mrs ,Franklin sit at an advertised desk, .... .. fi .,. "

daughter; Amanda of St. Ritch'of Gainesville were See you there, if you dare- and write with an advertised
Petersburg spent the weekend Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Sunday visitors of Mr. and where at the Public pen. Yet this man hesitates,

with her parents Mr. and McKinney have moved into Mrs. Douglas Hardy Library. saying that advertising does

!Mrs C.L. Dinkins. They their new home at Country not pay. Finally, when his
along with Mr and Mrs. Club Estates. unadvertised business goes 1 Week
Harry Stallings and son. Line badly he will then advertiseit
'30" Perm For '
of Gainesville had dinner S.L. Peek, Jr. returned for sale 18"
Saturday night with Mr and Wednesday after a five weeks ------ THELOOKING

:Mrs David Christopher and trip to the Scandinavian ,.." .. FOR SALE: Magnifying GLASS
family in Waycross. Ga countries Germany, France '=", glasses of all sizes with Connie. Faye i Jim.

and England. CHRISTMAS GIFTS & DECORATIONS .'I handles. At The Office Shop, 964.8547
:Mrs J.H. Fields and Mrs phone 964-S764.

Herbert Green visited Mrs. Friends will regret to hear FINE ARTS & CRAFTS -
Robert E Tanner in Baldwinon that Dr. Arie Watana of I

Sunday afternoon. Chicago 111.. former Starke SUPPLIES ,

resident, died suddenly from a .
Mrs C.N. Christy, Mrs J.D. stroke on Oct. 13. His | Choose From Our Large Selection Of Fine arts "
Seymour, Larry Williams and daughter, Mrs Kiert SundusadeeofStarkeattended r\*>
Bill Wilson Jr.ere in his S Crafts Supplies And We Will Give You

Jacksonville Sunday afternoon funeral in Chicago on Oct. 14. _FREE Instructions On How To Make Your #8

Designer's attending home and the gardenstour Garden Mrs S.L. Peek, Jr. visitedMr _Project\/. : ZJneJfficerA and Juirectors /

and San Marco home and : and Mrs. Lynwood CLASSES 0I'

garden tour including the Walters and daughter, Mandyin Sign Up Nowl We Will .
Swisher home and garden. Martinsville, Va. recently. DECOUPAGEBrgintTuat *l
Make To Order .
Nov l.? pmOrThurt ,
Alvarez "
Mrs. Virginia
Now 17 7tpm
F.J. Shaw the '
Mrs. spent McQuire: is a surgical patientin Or Man,Nov 1,1043 noonMACRAME Any Macrame'Or

Ovid weekend daughter.Bennett with in her!Mr Jacksonville.soninlawand and Mrs. Hospital North Gainesville.Mr. Florida" Regional. .t Btglniwad Nov.2.r 10p.m.* DecoupageItem **'4 Community Siale d ank of SitU'L,


Or Wed Nov 2,9 10 12 noonCHRISTMAS
and Mrs. Julius L.
Mr and Mrs. George Sappof of North c Now
Warren. Place
Kingsley Lake have movedto Thome Your Order
Pa., were visiting old friendsin
14JO E. Call streetMr .
WORKSHOP
Starke several days last THINGS

and Mrs. E.W. Blau of week Holiday while Inn.stopping The Thornes at the Saturday For M..Adult tvrnoons/ \Loraiatty inviteou toJp en sfou&e
!Miami spent last week with Nov.19&2''pm. BY
were residents of Starke for
her aunt Mrs. A O Andreu
and Mr. and Mrs. L.FDinkms several years in the mid1940'swhen CHRISTMAS HANDHOMESTEAD i;
Mr. Thorne was directorof WORKSHOP
the Starke USO center For Chlldran SaturdayA
World War II. He is a / tvrnoonftOac
of Waldowas during
Mrs. Ethel Welch .1& 10.1 3 p m,
of the Starke
hostess to the Starke past president October
Thursday bridge club at the Rotary Club. Mrs. Thorne was iA 5QUILLING* EGGEHYClastM Sunday, 23, ,
teacher in the Bradford
bridge-luncheon Thursday at a Now Forming

Center.the Gainesville Mrs. Welch Garden had as County their residence school system here. during They Cell Or Stop By 150 W. Call St. 1977'r

guests along with the eight have many friends in Starke For MoraInformation Starke, 964-7792 I
I
members of the club Mrs who are always pleased to n.
O.L. Beasley. Mrs. J.W see them on their return <::7 I '

Kincaid. Mrs L.H. Jenningsand visits. from 2:30 to 5:30 1 I
Mrs C.B. Terwillegar in
celebration of Mrs Lex

Green's birthday.Rev. !

and Mrs. Frank RESTAURANTHighway \tat '
Starling and family of :

Panama City spent last flew
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Tuesday to Saturday with 21 KEYSTONE HEIGHTS our Ling .J ou&e..

their parents Mr. and Mrs.

W Mrs.L. Thomas Joe S. and Starling.Mr and On CLOSED MON. & TUES. FOR REMODELING

Thursday and Friday Rev. .'
Starling attended the :Mission .

Texas.Conference in Arlington. aQOOQaaac( ( ( aQOoOQQo (




visitors Mr Jacksonville and of Mrs.Mr. and Ernest were Mrs Sunday Connerof W.L. ( ( I 0 (C 'i 4 4SJJ} (! (! Dopy i 811 Soutk{ WatnuiIf. ; ",, ,,..; I "'r:" .,




Thomas.Mrs. Charlie Fachgo and Open Thurs-Sat. 11 : .-0:00P.M.: S. 301 South r" ,' ,

Jacksonville ,.1 .'
children of '1
Mr. and Sunday 11 :OOA.M.-8OOP.M.: With Buffet .. .
visited her parents. .0 c7Jar' ...\, '\,." "
Mrs A. B. Whitehead en \.1-1' i
/

Sunday.Mr. NEW HOURS BEGINNING OCT. 31 '\-. alart a i

and Mrs. T.H- Slade .I
visited Mr. and Mrs C.C.
Space in Maggie Valley N.C. Mon.-Sat. 11 : .-0:00P.M.: Luncheon Special

last week and spent the
weekend with Mr. and Mrs. A Sunday 11 :OOA.M.-8OOP.M.: Buffet MEMBER
FDIC
Dwight Lynch In Atlanta. 4733093


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More June Lund Sales........................................................................................................... ...{ ...+. -i..f.;

Southern and Florida Betty J. Richard to Vivian beginning all and beingin '
Following .are a continua Wiley Williamson and wifeto Georgia lying \
tion of June land sales begunin Lillian Slade, the southerly Railway and on the west by J. Booth, one acre In the SE Sec. 15, T6S, R22E, $100. \ j -
the August 25 issue of the 173 feet of the northerly 435 the westerly boundary of the corner of the NE V4 of the SW v. D.J. Luke and wife to MarkL. ,'\ .
Telegraph.June feet of the easterly 660 feet of SWV4 of the NWY4 $100. Of Sec 23, T6S, R22E, $5,000. Luke, the SV4 of beginningat ..
land sales totaled the SW/4 of the NWV'4 of Sec. Wiley Williamson and wife Carter Construction of the NE corner of the NIt! ol :o.
288800. 29, T7S, R22E, lying north of to Edwin O. Williamson, the Tallahassee, Inc. to'WIlliam the NWV of the SWV of the
the railroad right of way pf the westerly 562 feet of all that B. Pugh, Jr. and wife Lot 10 of NEY4, run south 245 feet, then CJ.II.
Wiley Williamson to Gloria Georgia Southern and Florida portion of the SWVi of the Conerly Estates, $5,000. west 175 feet then north 245
Williamson, the northerly 260 Railway Company, $100. NWY4 that lies south of the Bayliss Corbett to Wade A. feet, then east 175 feet to pointof
feet of the easterly 660 feet of Georgia Southern and Florida Behr and wife, a parcel in the beginning, all lying and
the W1f4 of the NWy4 ol Sec. Wiley Williamson and wifeto Railway right of way in Sec. NW corner of Sec. 12, T5S, being in Sec. 15, T6S, R22E,
29, T7S R22E, lying north ol Wiley Morgan Bradley, a 29, T7S, R22E, except a parcelin R22E, $9,200. $100.
the right of way of the Georgia parcel in the NW corner of the the NW corner, 150 feet Sam Williams to Sam Jacques R. Caldwell and '
Southern and Florida Rail- SWVi of the NWY4 that lies north and south on the east Williams\ and Samuel L. wife to Robert C. Moser and
road Company, except a pore south of the Georgia Southernand side and 150 feet east and west Williams, a parcel lying in and wife Lot 34 of Smokerise,
tion previously deeded to the Florida Railway right of in the south boundary of said between the SW corner of the $3,100.
grantee herein, $100. way in Sec 29, T7S, R22E, 150 parcel, joined on the north by NWV4 of the SWV4 of Sec. 22, Pat H. Bradly and wife to
Wiley Williamson to Irvin D. feet north and south on the the Georgia Southern and T6S, R22E:! and the Eli of the John W. Knight and wife, Lots
Williamson, the southerly 346 east side of said parcel and 150 Florida Railway and on the. NWVi of the SWV4 of Sec. 22, 79 and 81 on Pine Ave. In
feet of the easterly 660 feet of feet east and west on the south west by the westerly boundaryof T6S, R22E, $100. Crystal Lake Homesitcs,
the SWV4 of the NWV4 of Sec. boundary of said parcel, the SW V4 of the NWV4 whichis Sam Williams to Samuel L. $2,000. .'. .
29, T7S, R22E, $100. joined on the north by theLOW being simultaneouslydeeded Williams, a parcel of land Mary Rhoden to James I. k
to Wiley Morgan lying in the SW corner of the Balkcom and wife, the EVfe of
Bradley, $100. NWy4 of the SWV4 of Sec. 22, the NEY4 of the NWV4 of Sec.
Mable Lewis to Paul E. T6S, R22E, $100. 12, T6S, R20E, and the SEVi of
d PRICE.' Starling and wife, the north 10 A.H. Spurlock and wife to the SWV4 except the west 330
acres of the EV4 of the Ntt of John R. Beraner and wife, the feet of the SVt of the SEV4 of ELABORATE recreational vehicles are was fitted with electric I lights: indoor
the SEV4 of the SWV of Sec. EV4 of Tract 4 of Pumpkin the SWY4 and the SVi of the nothing new. These motor campers took plumbing, and a combination bed-sitting
14, T6S, R22E, $100. Patch Point, $100. SWY4 of the SWV4 which lies all the comforts of home to the back roadsin room. Even the driver's seat could be con-
HIGH VALUE J.L. Lester, Sr. to Michael Wiley Williamson and wife east of SR 235, all lying in Sec. the early 1920s. Their "bungalow car" verted into an upper and lower berth. I
Stephen Slade, two acres in to Lucian T. Bradley, Jr. the 1 T6S, R20E, containing 90
the SW corner of the NWY4 of easterly 210 feet of that portion acres, $100.Mary .
the SW'/4 of Sec. 5, TBS, R22E of the SWVi of the NWY4 Rhoden to James I.
y 2000. that lies south of the Georgia Balkcom and wife, an Live-In Schooners Once Roamed WestWhile I
Keystone Heights Cemetery Southern and Florida Railway undivided Vfc interest in the
Association, Inc. to Theodosia right of way in Sec. 29, T7S, WVi of the SWV4 of the SEVa,
Zbrowski, the Elk of the S'/4 of R22E and approximately 439 all in Sec. 1, T6S, R20E, $100. Americans once con- By 1920 more than a million radio and spring-powered
Lot 32, Key f ine Heights feet on the easterly, boundary J.E.: Hardy and wife, to quered the wide open spaces motorists were going cam- phonograph.
Cemetery Fir Addition $100. from the southerly boundaryof Myrna Lou Rahn, a parcel with the live-in prairie ping, and 300 cities welcomed
Roy L. Morgan, Sr. and wifeto said Vi Section, to the partly in the SEVt of the SWV4 schooner, today, they are them with municipal camp- Recalls a veteran motor
Roy L. Morgan, Jr. and southerly boundary of the of Sec. 27. and partly in the rediscovering the land in its sites. Unwelcome were "Tin camping enthusiast: "We had
wife Lot 6, of Sampson Lake Georgia Southern Florida NEV4 of the NWY4 of Sec. 34, successor, the recreational Can Tourists," an associationof electric lights, too, which we
Shores, Unit 1, Sec. 35 T6S Railway right of way, $100. T6S, R22E, $5,500. vehicle. free spirits who attemptedto plugged into city current whenwe
R21E, except county gradedroad D.J. Luke and wife to Leon Vito Dicandio and The hardy pioneers who travel without money. Their could find a hookup. There
right of way known as Morris D. Luke, the NVi of wife, to Jackson W. Denmarkand jounced, bounced, and symbol was a tin can tied to just weren't too many places
Hogan's Circle, $100. beginning at the NE corner of wife, a parcel of land careened their way west the radiator cap. like that though,and we had to
SPECIAL MOBILE i Upchurch Millsing and the NVi of the NWV4 of the lying in Sec. 26 and 27, T6S, would be amazed by the com- Mass production of the run it off the battery most of
HOMES Storage Co., to Wilbert SWV4 of the NEV4 and run R22E, $100.Horace forts available in modern Model T in the 1920's spawneda the time. In camp, we used a
Jenkins and wife) the SEV4 of south 245 feet, then west 175 O. Dyal and wife to covered wagons. Recreational new'breed of contraptionscalled Cadillac generator hooked to a
with Site-Built/ Look the NWV'4 of the SWy4 of Sec. feet, then north 245 feet, and Lila E. Dyal, a triangular vehicles offer an array of "homes on wheels." gas motor from a washing
25, T5S, R22E. 7500. then east 175 feet to point of parcel containing .81 acres in luxuries ranging from air The only limitation to these machine for charging the
Choice of 24-ft. Wide Floor Plans the SEV4 of the NWVi of Sec conditioning and wall-to-wall zany do-it-yourself projectswas extra battery."
and the owner's imagination.Some .
18, T7S, R22E. $100. carpeting to freezers open
models boasted Completing the cycle,
2 3 bedrooms Wood exterior fireplaces. many
or siding
Licensed Broker or Seletta Thomas to James L. chrome fittings, stained glass young people today are
1 IVi baths large windows and Licensed SalespersonCAN Andrews and wife, Lots Prices range from about windows, and tasseled cur- creating their own
DinettaHometype 5,6,7,8,9 and 10 of E.W. Hayes $800 for a small canvas-sided tains. Others had bunks recreational vehicles from
closets Subdivision, save and trailer to $40,000 for large sinks, screen doors, and a delivery trucks, vans, and old
gypsum- N.imn brand! iipiilinnefi' YOU SELL??? excepting a parcel lying in the deluxe motor homes. Cost is swivel seat for the driver.A school buses.
drywnll railings, right of way of SR 200 and portion deterrent. At last count, the Model T truck convertedby One young owner of a
and walls Carpeting and drapes Your own full-time Franchise in Real Estate, of Magnolia St. previously Recreation Vehicle Industry two Michigan boys customized truck even warmsit

Pitched shingled roof Fully furnished right in this area. And NO franchise charge. of closed Block adjoining 5 on the Lots northerly 6 and 7 Association million units estimated regularly that hit the six sink featured, and a running built-in water bookcase, a the with good a heating old days-a system from pot

National Company, established in 1900, boundary, $6,000. road in the United States and complete with Atwater-Kent( bellied stove.
OPEN 7 Prices $10 60000 largest in its field. All advertising, all signs, one million in Canada.ThecampmgmotMist.
DAYS start at forms, supplies furnished Professional was a 1890's Festival Set By Mcintosh

A WEEK VA & FHA Financing Available Training and Instruction given for rapid fixture on America's bywaysand The town"of McIntosh will stage its fourth 1890's

.A.. development from Start to $ucce$$. highways long before the Festival on Friday, Oct. 29, with a slide presentation of
c current camping and historic McIntosh, and displays from nearby Evinstonand
Nationwide advertising brings Buyers from after
traveling craze began Reddick also.
cwtcd'! ,[HR Finn] Everywhere. Can you qualify? You must have World War II, the National The program will begin at 11 a.m. with an old-time
initiative, excellent character (bondable), sales Geographic Society says. parage, followed by a tour of homes, all built between
ability, be financially responsible. Com- As early as 1905, drivers 1888 and 1908. Other events will include a barbecue
Like the Homes Seen on National TV mission-volume opportunity for man, woman, r were taking to the woods with bazaar, entertainment, and dedication of the old rail-
trunks fastened to
big steamer road depot, which is being restored for use as a com
couple or team That Can Sell. Information the backs of their cars, large munity center. All proceeds from the festival will go
15 Used Models To Choose: FromOLIN'S without obligation. Charles Blondin crossed umbrellas fixed over thedriver's toward the restoration project.
Niagara Falls on tightrope seats.A The public is invited to attend this festive event in
several times including blindfolded few cars were equippedwith McIntosh
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Robe:' '.lpud Massey' Face-Off: rme"" Asked T0.' ..
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; In LastiniteLawtey: Dev Bate Pesticide Rules Ute \\i 1 1r.



ri, Former Lawtey councilman Dixie i Jacksonville.. Mawev .17.MarsbaIM.M. gister at the
Spurgeon "Spud" Massey said-.be was on? the,.council\ Jordan quaU- Oct. 21.Mrs president of Bradford ;i j j
tossed his hat back into the when the Lawtey waterystam tied Friday.Qct 14 by paying Lawtey< Bureau this week called ;
political ring just before the waa Installed. and he the fee of $474,58..iordan. haa ready registered an all-out effort by'local
noon qualifying deadline, wa vt d to work again "for the. been the head! of tbe Lawtey county- can ranchers 'and' '
Monday, Oct., 17, opposing to* good of Uw town. department since 1963 when election. to suppport ,.the.
cumbent Robert ScoU for the< ..Twa tiny mayor'f Lawtey.Seott he filled the l unexpired term of rlda Farm Bureau and I:.
group three Lawtey council qualified Oct. 4. He baa Sumter Harley who was relieved The voters Farm Bureau
'.Seat in the Dec. 6 election served on the council 14 years.' of duty by the Lawteycouncil. in December if in i.
!h Massey wbo served five, TIM .!.* LlLw-tn spot that should be an to the federal. .
years as a councilman, and Ad. Mt draw tppntUaou was;, City Clerk;..Lucille Shuford than an elected law. ,
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mayor and fire chief: said he' .incumbent Marvi' Riw.. was thetint to.qualify: bypaying voters choose I strongly urge' every,,
made up his mind at the laat Rosier minute to run and Just "picked term In< office by qualifying the clerk's'salary. will come and consumer> to i..
one out" to run against. act to. Voters who are not piration of the this drive to amend
Massey's last minute decision Occupying\ teat five will be registered to vote must re' year term., Federal Insecticide, a'')
provides the only race. .incumbent Buster Bennett and Rodenticide Ei ;rT. l
A truck driver for Wise who qualified! Monday. Oct. (FIFRA)," said George .

Head-On president of .
School Crash County Farm
Board Awards. "Unless !the trend in
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perfectly safe and l

Bids On Boil n, Injures 4 ,- the pesticides'ability ef.is ARMORED FEAST, a 15-pound lobster and toothed ripper By Divid claw Doubilal to tu hold National and Gvographio tear Iti ; :;

and ranchers to meet flails in a diver's grasp. A two-fisted predator prey. Once common, lobsters as big us this ; I I
.: food requirements our the lobster uses its club-like crusher are becoming increasingly harder to find.S
will be severely :
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Paving _
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is something '* m

After a decision to call for. fu *4ay fctfere', they are. head cu collision Monday Listed ''in too. If farmers should lose be aware many,, More Money For Less Lobster' 1 s

bids for the repair of 1Q bailers notified ., getting the bid. aftaraepa on SR-18 about a condition e of .these pesticide tools,
in the school system the In ether,action. the board mile and a bait west of were FaraeU prices will go up and food
Bradford County school board JlllMPt: t tqa law .bid of $4RSai W4rthingtw Springs, _injuredsix \ and Craig & .and quality will gp 1
Monday, October 17. awarded<. f reap Cokiniia. I'IndIII Co. of persons, four tenWIII)',' Brooker. The As Demand Outstrips SupplyBy
1 the bid to a Jacksonville firm :l.ahtoreralrtcelbsbusat; LorantaiH rracott. .. of. car,Georgia are not asking for ales
contingent on a check.,of ltau. b'M>.: a,.<<*" Middle. Brooker was in,Intensive cam 85, ol Ht. 1 Box of gall safety
'.'reputation.: Scow eI awtark j .....- in .North Florida .Regional was transferred Jlations," 'Hugglns said. William J. O'Neill Yet there was a time when Jersey shore to snag his 23- :
Rather than be subject he. .teq 5dIe L M14Mpeludtd ta Hospital Wednesday after Alachua General need regulations that will National Geographic lobsters fetched a penny pound catch. Lobstermen who
'audit criticism lb. eud ,tbkR f ;;.,asR f,. ..theTiro bu being transferred from Unfed was listed la. to protect man and News apiece. New Englanders filled lower their metal pots 400 feet
'decided, after bearing Jhr,<., proposals October 6,. fey ftds itlaarE'bftk: : Butler. Florida stare."r't' realistic rules that :wiH caught'a 23-pound lobster off from the sea floor. The lob- the continental shelf only
vertise. for bids. J *', trooper DC. these valuable tools;; New Jersey recently, his feat sters were used as bait by cod occasionally find lobsters that
Greater Atlantic :iB:*: **** :.... (. the car driven by production of food." was reported in the fishermen. size now.
Service Inc. of JackBoayiDaT( : hMd( Y1=1br phi wlJea ;Household HintsjrMaryft.Yearta traveling west' called for all Farm newspapers.The What's more, those one-cent Authorities fear that
was awarded the bid at $ ,.- .... aftsalq $aNrer u.. and crossed members and giant crustacean was lobsters generally were much overflshing could cause
to upgrade and repair the and collided : consumers to write unusual-but only because bigger than the ones that fetch lobsters to virtually disappearin
heating systems andcbecfc the IcUin& ( car driven by. today, the few unless
: : ; r Congressmen and: lobsters of any size are high prices more years
safety controls. The garmQflny I. (yp r..;;, FIR')with; the Yartasuy Estes... Crawford 41, of expressing support' ; becoming rarer on U.S. dinner National Geographic Society stricter limitations are en-
said if it became necessary to' .centpany to pqt asphalt on the Home EcMMtnlcs Agent Crawford amendments to' FIFRA" plates.. says. forced.
descale the boilers there MrUng' area at Lawtey.i. QUESTION:What do I do if Carolyn. 36, would make the law more It wasn't always so. The Even the 23-pounder cap- One solution might be to
would be an additionalto rhjrgt..j{ ..10Ti ......aAark ... the 'my Freezer slops? (Mrs F.S.) Alacbua: General to all concerned. chief' Ingredient of Lobster tured off New Jersey's Bar- raise lobsters in captivity,
$600 per boiler, whfd//,c iM. __ j( IbtoY! ANSWEfu.Taa main objectIatoUIfJU.I.rouo were listed in the amendments Newburg once was so com negat Light would be a shrimp something marine biologistshave
boost the total cost he ".1t,; -=r...., >put until condition Wed by Farm .Bureau mon that the colonists plowed alongside many landed at the been working on for
The board also received. 'i( 41otw7s.My.V. tdupeuta es power''b restored..Food will The FHP ; it under to fertilize their corn turn of the century. years. But even lobsters will
bid of just under' ",oge JtfomMitchell's. : ...' stay rrozrata a lauded tremor fori car was authorityfor and wheat fields. Some weighed in at 40 eat lobster, which only adds to 1 1\\
the firm *fiat *aJ..'....=.fIIl,-utRc. at cabinet hAt days and .in a M mph. and to register "II nor""*', or Steamed lobster then was pounds or more with claws the shortage. I lay
the ,tar. .parUatty-loaded freezer and'came t ... to snip off a
cleaned irebosea Of; -Til V *V f ; approximately .use pesticides something that a hungry powerful enough __ _
school system for -several\ feilttwr;iJ.tI a the board' MM day- Leave er of the.road. of any federal' Indian might eat, if there was man's arm. Still larger ..... I
years, to clean !and inspect all ._ DIU'd1oaMfe. the f..er door.closed.! Dry were damaged except FDA food no game to be found. specimens five feet long were
the boilers and repair the gym ,. .naargacy.l. If..... far ,ice will extend the frozen according to the feed crop residue. Paupers' SpecialtyWhen found in New York Bay in "A man of 60 has spent 20
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boiler. Mitchell said he would' '' .., period. Twesqr-five pounds of Mrt.'Howard the United States was colonial times. years in bed and over 3 yearsin
take about two wreaks ..in. .11.1.r't". fire ,etincwMMtca .. .Sy ice will hold the inside of a with failure to' EPA to develop' young, lobster kept paupers Size, Numbers DecreaseBut eating." Arnold BennettFUQUAY'S
complete the work. ( '.tinder" .a statecontract..approved partly filled f.rener3 days single lane. less restrictive I< An earlier repair s from the pur.chaae and nearly full freecer longer Other for federal wade into the shallows and American lobster, Homarus -
Smith and Co. of Gainesville ef washing machine than that.. the FHP and the of "minor" use pull a free meal from un- americanus thinned -
of 300 per boiler for labor plus. for taWand. a dryer$n. from Department i derneath the rocks and drastically as more people
parts was a no bid. :Agwvar-Stade for tile.VoTech"fX QUESTION: Tht Cheddar Ralph EPA to prepare seaweed. discovered how tasty the big-
Also quoted was fttsMS.. oL'' ., ,Cheese on top of my casserole was charged Agriculture Impact Today, lobster has become clawed crustacean can be. CARPET
from Industrial Equipment eI:, "fX riatf WfSj lbe only bidet m was bough and stringy, was driving after prior to' the what many restaurateurs call Though lobsters weighing 10 CLEANINGPROFESSIONAL
Orlando. ... i f.r,the Pleasant. Crave School the cheese bad? (Mrs. T.L.) Charles Knight of any regulation. an "expense account dish". pounds or more had been
This included a new boiler in propertythat. had been ANSWER No. Cheese wW curve on additional U.S. one of the costly entrees that common by 1870 the average
the high school gynvat the cost' ;declared surplus by MM board.Accepted get tough if overcooked or day, Oct. 1$. of Agriculture customers order when their size of lobsters brought ashore
of $6.710 and a new boiler at .- $893 cash for a. cooked at a high temperature.Most cars was 1900. into agricultural employer is footing the bill. was from 2'z to 3 pounds. Most CLEANING
Lawtey Elementary school for/ Universal Gym machine cheese dishes should be :-Roy Hart of regulations. The Commerce Depart.ment'i lobsters landed today weigh
6150.' The repairs for the..y de! tered.srpluspreperty.The'yrJDooeV cooked at low temperatures charged with EPA to 'certify National Marine" less than half that much.It .
eight other,boilers wU.$ .!25. ; ..is.tQ be put into an' ); ver hot wat A law garmodei- light at the in any state if the Fisheries Service reports'' -taluu decades for a lob-, ; ',STEAM SHAMPOO' nr ?V,-' t .
A representative of. the rr-artWM!i to arJr*srat.Witil casserole* In and Walnut rnort- **with ,the prices of the shellfish are at ster to grow to be 25 pounds'
said the repair! work another piece of equipment itT ate oven?. October 14, and of the State record levels. Lobstermen are and few can escape the lobster Free Estimates
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would be completed in 10 days< t Wayne so requests. getting about $3 pound for pots for that long.
and replacement could.take 43'' > reed I over to the county QUESTION s Is there a way Damage to the to the- states their catch, while some Diver Joseph DiFebo had to 964.8596
days. He offered a 90 day staff for evaluation food to make sect mft U a recipe estimated at $ responsibility for seafood restaurants pay up to go 10 miles out from the New 10/3-1111
service guarantee and one service bkki7abted calls for it and 1 don't have the Mundorff nt. $12 a pound to wholesalers. -
year on parts. the purchase ef two:' any on hand? (Mrs. R.O Robert r
Greater Atlantic\ is expectedto .commercial vehicles .for a, ANSWER:Yea,milk can be Starke told the
start on the boiler. 1rft..,<, drwingowrs at the VaT.cb.VpteduaantrnauslytoexpI. soured artifically by addingone October 14, he Vitamin's
mediately and complete workin : tablwpoati Q l lemon juice. car to fart it : Agency At starke Hudson
three weeks. The.board Jab G 4man.a .tenth. graderremaindes' or vinegar to s cup of milk flashlight on 1
asked school architect Craig I (or the of keep it running 9645237DEDICATED Happy Times sale
Salley to check the. the year disobedience and QUESTION: My" yeast pulled into the BOATS
Qualifications of the company. using profanity. bread has a "II .... wily?,(Mrs, T.&) the flashlight and sweepstakes!
ANSWER A sour flavor brake pedal
Pet Buck Deer With 8.IuehS W'e* will develop in bread if a poor jumped the :

yeast is used, or If the dough store front. TO 5MK/A/S YOUt 'HTE"iiST@
I .. been allowed to rise too The FHP Sav 3HUOSON
Seriously Injure Woman: And SonA long< or at too high a* temper- damage to the p

ature. Insufficient baking or, ....... \
captured and placed: men' baking at tea low tamperature -?' .4 ft ,'kF
deer .will also affect the
buck recently
pet *\
finement at Pioneer Park inZoUo
outgrew his "cuteness" and flavor of yeast bread., |f,'
Springs."ThM
seriously wounded a woman -; attack by a.deer is sotae'selat.d t ;SALE ON QUALITY PRODUCTS
QUESTION. How long will
and her 14-year-old son sear Hill : j
case .Capt. Blue Black' Red
Avon Park. vegetables last in the freezer?.
"Each several
paid
year ,
ands S.H.) liTES
(Mrs.
Officials of the Game
Fresh Water Fish Commission penile, iaduding. bHpters, areeriiuriy. ANSVI'ERMc.t' vegetableswill :j ASSORTEDPENS \ ,,', ,,, i NU DSOr, HUDSON !

said! Barbara, animali.". tnjvred. by- these. retain a toed/ quality inUw i TELEPHONE LIST llQayltB j C EAI a/eitRl/ .c l FMS f400Sruur.Nn
Roberts. 33. received several tremor tat 9 degrees )F.),,j
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Pucks a* as
deep lacerations requiring' .for -l2 eiontba. I f Wit.'e'I
awl arc extremely dangerous Fine & Med Pt. HNKKS225c
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stitches along multiple.
bruises. Her son suffered upeo reaching sexual I I on 21 HUDSON PRODUCTS!
bruises and a large part of hia n atuHty.cDRring Ea.TYPEWRITER'S .
'" rut, tale:waite- j jI $375
abdomen lacerated..
the Roberts'was home. tailed deer ;does not; think)iLogically -- Here are just a few examples: Reg. Sate
near
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Mrs. Roberts told romVmission if -
This especially'
wildlife officers .the. RIBBONSF VITAMIN C 500 mg. with Rose
true in captivellletimena that ( 1 PC' ( Hips. 100 Tablets' High potency natural
deer called "Babe, has been have already lost their fear d J JIll-: I Vitamin, C $3.99 $2.79ADAVITE.M
owned by her neighbor.- man." Capt HUi added. "The, F For Typewriter
Richard Dan since May Ott 30 Tablets free with'
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1976. The buck was a frequent!' Or Adding purchase 01 100 High Potency vitamin and
$4.19 53.98
sight wandering near the: Nili mineral lormula equivalent Tneragran M
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'', ; of Smith Corona Brand Machine
Roberts home. .> pohH asRtileIndaeeed r people to 1 KEN rEM CEEBEVIM too Capsules
The day of the attack,.. resist, the leavta.Umto.l, ("lBayaboadoeed" ) Water Soluble B Complex with' 1 C Equivalentto $3.99 3.19
Roberts said she saw'Befce in., ; hawse..ben+e' Allbee wim C
her yard and had goo GIlt.". ifrsn UM woods.. E-KAPS 200 I.U. 100 Capsules.

take photographs of lbs burl) ., "This.In,theist ....bIe-:, .. .. n _,7.r1.r.a .. i: 100' natural id Alpha Tocopheryl Acetate) $4.29 $3.99
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When she got within a-.e.; "M' ---e. ",""liMn I I. giai'' Price PLUS GUARANTEED WINNER
15 feet she said he charged.' Sale
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doa a carpets are ..e' with .
her pinning her against the extremely welt protected due the. wt_. Tke treni .new FROM OUR STORE!
side of the mobile home. Her'son te its spcttad, camouflage MIdi is ravish !..<.. wits NATIONAL ON AMD Off,111
rushed to her aid and was lack efsceat" I sheet Ut Imsra'Tbes.carets'ace, Wedding wiNNu .
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Protect "Spooks" On Halloiveen, Rural ]People ]Enjoy Better Health, Need Less Care?



FlIP Urges A 542 page health care county's 1975 birth rate per at the Columbia County Court-

survey just completed by the thousand population was 16.4, house; Nov. 2, Wildwood Com-
TALLAHASSEETheFlorida reminded that safety always North Central Florida Health a steady decline for the past 20 munity Center, and Nov. 3 in MAJOR CAUSES OF DEATHS

Highway Patrol asks comes first and that their Planning Council explodes the years. Gainesville at the Alachua
parents and drivers to help most Important task would be myth that rural people in The third problem listed by County Courthouse, all at 7:30: ((1975 Statistics for Bradford and Union Counties and Florida]
protect the "spooks" that will to walk off of the roadway, Bradford and Union counties Bradford County residents is p.m.The
be on the streets Halloween facing traffic and to cross enjoy good health and need local physicians do not chooseto survey, jammed with
streets with caution. less care. participate in the Medicareand facts about North Central County Rate Slate RateBradrord
night."Added pedestrian trafficon Parents were encouraged to Bradford County citizens Medicaid programs by Floridians, defines health No J In No. In Per loo.ooo Per 100.000

Halloween night, plus use makeup for children's cite lack of transportation to completing application for broadly, including such Union Population Population
an
increase in pedestrian deaths, faces instead of masks health care service sites in the payment. Refusal by physicians factors as accidents, whichare .
calls for a review of safety because masks might limit county and outside the countyas to accept payment on the third leading cause of Cardiovascular Disease 82 -------" 504Includes
rules," Colonel Edlridge vision. Another suggestion is the No. 1 health care the assignment method may death, and a separate sectionon 18----173, 516
Beach, says Patrol director. that costumes be made of light problem. block access to healthcare for the environment. [ Blood Pressure[

According to Patrol colors adding to the child's Union County has been designated some consumers, i.e.those Listed as the major sourcesof )
records, there were 5,827 safety by making him easierto a medically under who cannot pay for services air pollution in 1975 for Cancer 24---J.irJT? 217
pedestrians killed or injuredin see at night. served area and a critical and wait for reimbursementsand Bradford County was the

1976. Of those killed 86 were Beach concluded by urging dental shortage area, makingit those who are not able to steam generation plant at Heart Disease '------- 418
under 15 years of age and of "drivers to use extra cautionon eligible for certain federal cope with the necessary Florida State Prison. The .. 68 W
those injured, 1,974 were Halloween because of increased health manpower programs.For paperwork, states the survey. boilers at Reception and w--- iOS .
under 15.Trickortreaters. pedestrian traffic more than a year, the Medical Center in Lake Butler
should be especially in residential council has been preparingthe UNION COUNTYThe were listed as the major
areas." first comprehensivehealth source of air pollution in OTHER CAUSES "
Senior Citizens plan for a 16-county number one problem of Union County.
To Get DiscountsThis rates of all of The Bradford County sani- '
area. Counties in Region II higher types
_______ 62 I
besides Bradford and Union health care problems in Union tary landfill was cited as not 10 "
Fall From Cooperating are: Alachua, Citrus, County including dental and in compliance, but was designated -
4.--98
Columbia, Dixie, Gilchrist, mental, follows the usual to be upgraded by Cerebrovascular Disease .? 106
Attractions In Central Fla. Hamilton, Hernando La- pattern for poor rural areas July I, 1977. This has not been ------- 55
fayette, Lake, Levy, Marion, states the survey. completed, but an engineerhas Motor Vehicle Accidents 23
j* A fall season of fun and frolic is in prospect for all Putnam, Sumter and Per capita income In Union been hired by the countyto -. .

$. citizens 55-years and older in Central FiC' ida's Senior Suwannee. County in 1974 was $2,702, 50 bring it into compliance. 2-------', 12 26
..:Season-77 program now in progress through December percent of the national aver- Union County has two 4K Other Accidents 2.--19
15. BRADFORD COUNTY age and 49.9 percent of the sanitary landfills not in com-
Co-operating attractions offering reduced rate to state average. The populationof pliance, these are to be closed Suicide 1------- 6 18
senior citizens include Silver Springs, Sea World. Access to medical care, a Union County is 1I.llZ according and a new site completed. o
Stars Hall of Fame. Circus World, Gatorland, and national health priority, is a to the survey. The 31 14
Homicide 5------
other attractions in the Ocala-Orlando area. problem for many groups in 1975 birth rate is nearly 20 per 1 '10
Originators of the program have designed it to appeal Bradford County due to poor 1,000 population. -
to the usually lower, fixed-income budgets of retired transportation services. Rural Listed as the number two

persons, and is expected to attract as many as people, especially the rural problem by Union County .
250.000 visitors before midDecember.For poor and elderly are parti- residents is the lack of a Candy Stripers Visit w.l .y.J.s .
instance, Silver Springs is offering Senior cularly affected by this pediatrician. Union County,
Bargain Days on Mondays through Fridays for an problem, says the survey. according to 1976 records, has
admission price of $2.90, a savings of $2.35 from the Bradford County has an four active primary care Disney World Oct 8
regular price of$5.25. The one low price of $2.90 opensup estimated 1976 population of physicians, about 30 percentless

all the wonders, including glass bottom boats, 14.778. About 11 percent of the than are available to the Bradford County Candy- money they earned by selling t D
jungle cruise cypress point, reptile institute, Dirksen population is 65 years of age or region or the state as a whole.A Stripers left for Disney World candy at school, and havingcar
Memorial Gardens, and deer park. older. Half of the families in general lack of public in Orlando, Saturday morning washes to buy equipmentfor
Group travel planners for senior clubs and other
the county have incomes of October the
knowledge about health and 8, at 6 a.m. and hospital.
senior recreation activity leaders are invited to selecta $10,000 per year or less; per health education returned Sunday.Candystripers. They also participated in a ._ .
date soon for their groups to visit the springs income is about 62 no public
capita only this attendingwere disaster program in which the
Arrangements In the Orlando-Daytona may be made area by calling the ((904) 236-2121 percent of national and state situation programs is the to correct third concernof : Donna Brantley, Diane candy-stripers were fake ova'r _
action-packed averages. Wright Debi Overstreet, Ann accident victims and were
Union County residents, according -
festival is marked
by continuous round of
a com- There is tran-
no public the
to the Brooks, Sandy Quiette, and rushed to Emergencyroom
survey.
petitive sports and social events featuring sizable sportation System in Bradford Listed are education Terrie Cogdill. They were a at Bradford County
discounts at most area attractions hotels, motels County. Currently, transportation very sleepy but excited Hospital. The victims were:
for the elderly to group.
restaurants, and other programs
participating businesses. Major to health care sites Co-Sponsor Doris Over- Terrie Cogdill, Debi Over- ; r7 thQ d
encourage early detection of ; ,
shopping malls have also the and
joined program for non-emergency care must ill health and health educationfor street drove the girls to street, Ann Brooks, Donna iv
special package tours are being offered Eastern
by be by private automobile,
teenagers. In Union Orlando. They all spent Brantley, Darlene Shirley,
Airlines, American Automobile
Association and
Greyhound World Tours. taxi commerical long County, 17 percent of the Saturday night at Days Inn Diane Wright, Cindy Lawson,
distance bus or by one of the births were to women\ der 19 and returned Starke Sunday Wendi Lloyd Ginger Crews,
transportation services offered of evening.Mrs. and Sherri Norman.
D&S WELDING SERVICE by various communitysocial years Region age.II is the least Overstreet reportedthat The sponsors Mrs. Shirleyand
service agencies, says populated of the nine regions all the girls and she had a Mrs. Overstreet attended
964.5360 the survey. within the state and is the wonderful time. The candy- giving the patients moralsupport.
The number two problem second largest in area.. stripers are hard workers so .
2 Mi. S. Of Starke On 301 listed by county residents is no Ranked by 1975 population they have been looking foward The candy-stripers have vaM
maternity care is available in to this trip. accomplished a lot this year
distribution Bradford County
Behind B & Q Truck Stop
,
Bradford County. During 1975 with 294 miles would They are contributing and are planning more activities -
Ir Ii' ( HEll-ARC there were 266 births reportedto rank 47 in square the state and Union all the time.FORESTRY .
\\1 county residents; 99.2
County with 241 square miles
of those occurred in
STAINLESS & ALUMINUM percent hospital setting with a physi-a 56 Population in the state.per square mile Robert Foster's Job Is A Busy One I

i Boat Props Repaired j cian in attendance..8 percent were The remaining at- projected for 1980 shows flank Cochran Robert Foster is not only thecounty's checked if property is
Bradford County at 60.9 just.9 By
\ Aluminum T.V. Towers Built To Order/ tended by a midwife. The above the projected figure of of greatest Florida impression north of Ocala was ,left.the its head communicator.head jailer but also then recovered be found.and its owner can

60.0 for the region Union More than 50 million pine
} Surveys conducted by Divi-
Foster- the- where some"4
serves as "Many cases
is projected at, 54.4. seedlings were killed during }
County sion of Forestry personnel
dispatcher for county wide body is stopped for a traffjj4
State wide popuja on >.per last spring's drought.Thisyear's indicate timber growers in
communications with violation and them
working we run
square mile is p oje ted- at normal demand, this area lost between 30-70
plus the millions of all the police and fire depart through the computer and find
182.6 persons. seedlings per cent, and occasionallymore ments those in the their I license is
except already
cityof
Tired Of Paying Rent ? sented The survey in three will public create needed a for shortage replacements in nurseries, may year old, of seedlings.their one A majorityof and two Starke.In suspended" Foster said. ,. '1
operated Florida's his office at the county Foster said the system is 1
Oct. 31. in Lake by Division
hearings. City deaths were attributed to an
of Forestry and timber jail Foster has communications also helpful in finding more
inadequate supply of water. with the sheriff, highway serious criminals. '
TRAVEL ADVENTURE growing Landowners companies.who wish to About 20 million slash pine patrol, police in Lawtey "We had a man arrested for
for sale
remain in
seedlings Brooker and Hampton and all possession of burglary tools
Let EDUCATIONSee place their acreage into the state's four nurseries. Al-
timber production should the volunteer fire depart- and when we ran a check on
though this to be an
appears ments throughout the him we found he was wantedin
Chief Kelly US Navy quickly arrange for their adequate supply available for county.
Station Starke Foster says it gets pretty Toledo, Ohio on aggravated
Recruiting supplies.
UsBUILD reforestation practices, it is hectic sometimes with all the burglary charges," Foster '
Monday 10 A M. Tit 2 P.M. I It was estimated drought barely enough to plant 28 circuits in one place but he said.
Bradford Square 2'io-< ,losses throughout the state thousand acres.If said the hardest The is tied to state
neared $500 million. In parts part of the job system a
I you are pondering over isn't on his end of the line. and na tiona 1 system so checkscan
the question, "When should" I "With all these radios, be made on a nation wide '
YOU A NEW HOME order my seedlings? the and teletypes, the basis.
/ l1l
ESLL GARDENING s answer is NOW! hardest part of the job Is Foster emphasized that the

getting the information .from' system was only available for
the people who are calling in law enforcement business

to report an emergency," though. .
STUCKEY ; FALL VEGETABLE Foster said.Foster While Foster's job may not
said that many times be always in the lime light he
people call in but don't give said it does have one import
him the information tant benefit.
PROPERTIES INC & ANNUAL PLANTS necessary to send a unit to "You can feel like you've
'
.* respond to a call. really accomplished something
"They'll call in and ,say if you can take a call and i
; Your ChoiceDUST there's a fire out here and then get the rescue unit rolling to
SI. 'Jt
925 Center *" :.:c.".. 1..... hang up before they tell us the location" Foster said.
,1." [ A.k where or what kind of fire it

Green Cove Spgs, Fla. t;. : '..}.(..... Reg '10. / $ 00 is," Foster explained. Cattle Prices
Trays CharleyE. Foster said they try to get
;d f.DIAlINON i the phone number as the first

cwto / piece of information so if any At the Gainesville Livestock

1Tj. FmHA VA FHA And Conventional questions remain a quick call Market Monday, Oct. 10,
;; : I John can answer them.In cattle and calf receipts were A
5 % addition to his dis- 2,064 compared with 2,083 a <
Financing Available "A careless act can cause patching duties Foster also week ago. 4

another person to lose bi.ghL.bis operates the teletype-
./ computer located in the office. Slaughter steers were abJ'
t Construction Of Brick, Block Or masculinity..and Foster said the teletype is sent, heifers poorly tested. *
lr result In a law suit for hooked to a computer which cows $1-$2 lower, bulls $1-$2 "\

Frame On Your Lot Or Ours $100.000 or more. The can automatically check to lower, and calves and vealers
Controls Fleas, & = usual 10,000 personal see how a vehicle is .50 cents-l lower. Feeder ;j

liability policy: is no longer registered and if it's stolen steers and steer calves $1-$2 i
Insect Pests In Garden
BUSHES
ROSE
p MONTHLY PAYMENT adequate. Can the Charley just number.by entering the tag lower, heifers and heifer
calves were weak$2 lower j
er And Around The House .Conialn.Grown EL Johns. ,Agency increase"my' -'ti'.:r,.,By. entering.the name,. sex.and :. ;and.cows.pooriy.testedw.", .' u
Qay AS LOW AS ', ComprehensivePersonal" ... ,...,, date.of birth of a driver or ..,. : ":""! ...., .
wn .4Lb. S2"il. Liability"l to person stopped by police the FEEDERCLASSES ,
O $100,000..even $1,000,000for computer can give a
$297'>
Mo $ 00 just a few dollars more summary of criminal record STEERS: Choice 200-300: '..
85 premium and check to see if the personis Ibs. $39-M4.50. 300-400 Ibs. $38-, ;
missing, wanted or a run- $43,400-500 Ibs. $36-940 500400 :
Per Month Want A Pretty Green Charley E. away. Ibs. $35-$36.50, 600-700 Ibs. $35-
yKill Foster said that any $35.25. Good 200-300 Ibs. $33-' '
RA1S
Lawn Or Pasture All JOHNS AGENCY property with a unique serial $39,300-400 Ibs. $32.$39. 400-500, "
Houses Ranging From A Minimum Of 960 Sq. Ft. number like a car or CB radio Ibs. $31-$37, 500400 Ibs. $34-'< '
& MICE NOW Winter Long? Plant 131 S. WALNUT ST. STARKE could have the serial number 35.23. -
PHONE 964-5070" put into the computer if stolen.
Of Heated Area &
Up These serial numbers can be j
D-CON RYEGRASS HEIFERS: Choice 20-300:
Ibs. $29.50-$32.25, 300-400 Ibs

We Build AnywhereFor Meal Or Pellets SEED I 500-6OO$30-$31.75,400-500 Ibs. $29.50-Ibs.$32.25$28-$30., 300 y

Roberts 400 Ibs. $30-$31.75, 400-500 Ibs
16 Box Reg 2"J77 $28-30, 500-600 Ibs. 29.50
lb.22C $30.25. Good 200-300 Ibs. $25-. ,

More Information Call Us Today! $ 4 1 Bait Tackle $30 Ibs., 300-400$25427 Ibs., 500-600$25-$30 Ibs., 400-50$24- ;,

$ $28. 600-700 Ibs. $24.2S-$27.7S.
50 Lb. Bag S91 964-5143

264-0102 284-5656 473-21911 STOCKERCOWS: Standard' ?

hegtea take and Good $19-$26.SO. *>.

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Stuckey Properties, A Subsidiary Of LO1IDA GARDEN & \(SHINERS MINNOWS SLAUGHTERCLASSESCOWS ,'

1ST NURSERY CENTER : Utility $21426.50.., *
Stuckey Lumber WORMS Cutter $17-$22.50. t ."i
9CONTROLa BULLS: 1-2 900-1400 Ibs. $23-; ;{
639 E. Call St. Start, Fla. $27 -i''
Talmadge Stuckey President twisty co Phone ge4-tiT45 BOAT RENTALS CALVES: Choice 350-50
Ibs. 3232.50 Good 150-25U '.
DRINKS A SNACKS IbS. $25431. 250-350 Ibs. $27 '

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/ Bazaar Set By ElkettesThe United Methodist_. Conference Set 1

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Elkettes of Starke Proceeds from these events Methodist out if we become a whole
The Gainesville First United
Lodge 1802 will be having their will go to benefit the CrippledChildren's Annual conference of District United Church of JupiterTequesta.At person then we will be aware
and Hospital at and until we are aware of
annual bazaar Friday all
Methodist this meeting past
Women will be heldat
Saturday October 21, and 22, Unatilla. First United Methodist District Presidents of the what Is going on. in our
from 11 a.m. to 6 pm. Church in Ocala next Methodist Women's work community, state, nation and
Combined with the bazaar BUS Jr. Class To Saturday, Oct. 29. before it became United world, we certainly are not
will be a rummage sale. Items Registration will begin at Methodist Women, will be living.
available will be clothing, Meet : 9:30: a.m., the program honored. Also there will be a The membership will luncheon of the host
Monday church serve for
furniture and hand crocheted promptly at 10:00: and memorial service for those
There will also be died 150. They are asking that
goods a who have
dismissal at 2:00: p.m. members
The junior class of Bradford reservations be in by October
barbecue on the lodge grounds New
High School will have a Principal speaker will be during the past year. 22nd. These reservations
i. Y' Saturday, October 22, starting Officers will be
tk >: Mrs. Dollie Crist, presdient of District
October be made
meeting Monday 24, should to Mrs. JamesL.
.
1pm The barbecue will be Florida Conference United elected and installed.The
at 8 p.m in the English Stone 2019, S. E. 13th
$3.50 per personEconomic Building.All Methodist Women. Mrs. Crist theme for the program Street, Ocala, Florida, 32670.
has held this office for four will be "Awareness Is will be
Council well As our purpose sets A nursery provided.
class members officers years as as having Living
and parents are urged to Hankerson CompletesBasic served as Conference
To Meet Tuesday attend to discuss money Training treasurer and president of the Gospel Businessmen To Meet Friday I
making activities, said Jean Melbourne District for five

In ChurchA Roznowski, president of the Army private Steven years. Blackall U.S. Waldo at 468-2062
Lau-tey Douglas or Ed
Hankerson, son of Mr and She is a member of the
organization.
Early FrostThis parents Mrs. Vasco Hankerson of Board of Global Ministries of Navy, retired will be the Longnecker in Keystone
Community meeting will Starke successfully com The United Methodist Church, guest speaker, sharing his Heights at 4732702.
be held in Lawtey at pleted basic training at Fort and Is a member of its personal testimony, at the
Persons unable to attend the
photo of a patch of frost early Monday morning was! Philadelphia Baptist Church Lawtey CarnivalSet Leonard Wood, Missouri. Women's Division and World Full Gospel Business Men's dinner are welcome without
taken by :Martin Kapellan In a low spot off Griffls Loop east of next Tuesday October 25, at Hankerson also completednine Division In the Women's Fellowship InternationalDinner reservations to attend the
Starke. "It burned some of my cucumber vines, and the okra I 7:30 p.m.to elect a target area weeks of training at Fort Division, serves as chair- meeting Friday, Oct. and hear the
still had left,"Kapellan said.The low reading in Starke Mondayand representative for the SREC Saturday NightA Benning, Ga. and is stationedin person of the Appropriations 21, at 6:30: p.m. at the Garden scheduled meeting at 7:30: p.m.speaker
Tuesday morning was 36 degrees. County Board. Halloween Carnival and Baumholder, Germany Committee member of the Restaurant in Starke.
Jonathan Lewis, county Fish Supper will be held at Section on Finance, the A native of Grand Rapids,
analyst and Mrs Barbara Executive> ,and the Michigan, Blackall enlisted in Phone Office To
Harbinger of what is expected to be another cold winter, the Lawtey Elementary School
outreach worker, said A 1976 graduate of Bradford Women's Concerns Com the Navy at the age of 17. Four
first frost of the,season appeared in Bradford County :Monday Easley Saturday, October 22,
morning,Oct 17,believed to be a record for this area-at leastIn everyone in the community is beginning at 5 p.m. and will High School, Hankerson is the mittee. Crist is Vice 'resident years later, Blackall and his Change Hours[
modern times asked to attend until grandson of Lorlne Williams I of the World Division and wife. Donna, received a
continue 8 30
: p m
and Hattie Easley of Starke. chairs its Division-Wide course of instructions and
The fish supper will feature Matters Committee, and wasa joined the Roman Catholic Effective October 25,
fried and smoked
mullet with member of the Women'sDivision Church In March, 1976 he received Continental Telephone will
I ObituariesMrs. baked beans, colesalw french
'I. "Committeeof24"which a miraculous healingand change its hours of operationfor
C.t.
Traditional for 92 conceived the idea for six months later he received those customers desiring
Halloween DJKEHFIELD/ ;: D I and wrote the purpose and the Baptism of the Holy to transact business in person
: :Mary Lois Anderson Born in Augusta, Georgia, Funeral services were held activities and children'sgames for the Spirit said Charles Titmus,
structure

Tuesday, Oct. 18, in the will be available [fj.4ffiJlfI / 1/ organizationof
December 26, 1909 Mr. Cross / UNITED METHODIST Blackall Is the coordinatorof customer service manager.
Mrs. Mary Lois Anderson, moved to Gator Bone Lake DeWitt C. Jones Chapel in during the evening Y j WOMEN in 1972. the Palatka Chapter of the The Customer Service
:>1. born and raised in Starke, from Jacksonville three years Starke with Father Patrick bftiiV/lIT' VW A native of Belington, West FGBJIFI and is Deacon in the Office at 384 N. Temple will
living in Doctor's Inlet died ago. A retired supervisor in Foley, pastor of St. Edwards MINI-GOLF: Family Fun. I Virginia, Mrs. Crist was Johnson Community Church start opening from 8:30: a.m.
Thursday. October 13, in a the electric accounting Catholic Church officiating. Thurs. Is Ladies Day: SOc Per C. Fields' real name was raised on a farm in West Reservations are necessary till 4:30: p.m. Monday thru
local hospital. department for the city of Burial was in Conner Game. Claude William Dukenfield. Virginia, and now lives In for dinner and may be made Friday, instead of 9 a.m. tillS
Survivors Include her Jacksonville, Mr Cross was Cemetery. Tequesta and is a member of by calling Don Wilson in pm
husband Alvin W. Anderson, an army veteran of \\W II, a
her mother. !Mrs Mora Clarkof member of Melrose Lodge 89,
Starke three daughters F. & A.l\1. serving as chaplainand
:Mrs Debra Hodges. !Mrs a member and deacon of
Terri Sapp and Miss Tammy Gadara Baptist Church.
Grimes: two step-daughters. Survivors include his wife
Mrs. Sharon Hammonds, and Elizabeth Dillard Cross, one Feel
T0 Good
We Want You
:Mrs Carolyn Love: a stepson son Lt.James K. Cross of San I I
Morns Anderson: four Diego. Calif.. one sister, Mrs. FOOD
sisters.. :Mrs Juanita Simpson. John A. Weathers of Augusta. _
Mrs. Evelyn: Carter, Mrs. Ga.Funeral
Bonnie Seay all of Starke. and services were held
:Mrs Lelia Byrd of Lake Saturday October 15. in the ,CLOROX
Geneva; two brothers DeWitt C. Jones Chapel at c
Richard of Camp Lejeune, Keystone Heights with Rev FAIR
;\;.C. and Hutton-Lee Clark of Leamon Ward officiating
Starke. and four grandchildren Burial was in Keystone ONE
Heights Cemetery with BLEACH r SAVE
Funeral sen'icesere held :Masonic rites GALLON 18

Saturdj}'. October 15 in the John:Marshal" :\lclannJohn :

Chapel of Peeples (Funeral !Marshal 1\1c\la-nn.: 63, Ian

Home in Jacksonville. died October in 14 Dunedin. Friday. SWIFT CHILI 5V we are pleased to acceptU.S.D.A.

Born in Mill Hall. Pa April
Ernest t J. Harris 19. ]1914. Mr McMann: recently WITH BEANS TOOTHPASTE I i FOOD STAMPCOUPONS
moved to Dunedin from
Ernest Jefferson Harris 71. Gainesville where he had
of Route 1 I. Box 41"( '. Starke worked, as a nursing assistantat
died Sunddj Oct ]18, in ;North; the V A. Hospital lie was
(Florida Regional Hospital following an army veteran of WW II, a
an extended Illness. member of the Catholic ISoz CAN 4.6oz TUBE NOW GOOD ON IMPORTED FOODS ALSO!
Born u> .Clay County. :Mr Church of Lock Haven, Pa., a I
Harris,as the son of the late member of the Veterans of I
Leonard and Klla; :Murrhee Foreign Wars the American \
Harris also of Clay County Legion and the Gainesville Bargains in Grocery All ITEMS AND PRICES GOOD THUDS, OCt 10 THRU
He was( a retired correctional lI :Moose Club.Survh'ors. NEG. OCT re, 19)7 QUANTITY RIGHTS BtlEHViD,
officer ........ ...
Irom Florida State include his wife. COMPARE Yoa .
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Prison and a member of :Mildred Alvarez :McMann: Pantry Pride Photo Canter .
Km "sle> Baptist Church. four : 17,1 KCWU I KIKMIIUIM
sons James McMann: of 99C
Survivors include his wife Silver Springs :Md. McMannof : Pantry Pride Photo Center SAVE Nestle Hot Cocoa Mix 10'
:Mrs :Mvrtle Harris of Lock Haven Thomas Every DayLowPrice 3U UN e<.w.rum. NIK,
Kinuslev" Lake. one brother :McMann: of Germantown COLOR FILMDEVELOPING l %) Tomato t Juice 2/l w
Leonard Harris of Keystone :Md, and Dennis McMann: of Strawbe till PiNllf MIDI.
Heights Lock Haven, two daughters Snack Crackers r 49c I to<
Funeral services were held :Mrs Mary F :Miller of Lock \ PUNCH
m PM LIMN
Wt'dnesdaOct 19. at Haven :Mrs Helen M COLOR PRINTS Faiurnitur 69C t <
Polish 3oEveryDayLowPrice
Kintislev" Lake Baptist Church Stauffer of Adelphi. :Md. two DEVELOP AND PRINT e
with Hex Paige Bowman of step-sons. Louie :Modling of 12 EXPOSURE(110( 128 or 135 tin)$2 87 attnanQ
the KingsleyLake" Baptist Guifp>rt. :Miss and Lavan 20 EXPOSURE 1110. 126 or 135 'n'> )S407 SAYE DETERGENT SAYE
Church officiating!! Burial was :Modling of Home. Ga.; one COLOR REPRINTS 21' EACH 56t $
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in the church cemetery with step-daughter.: Judith COLOR ENLARGEMENTSFrom
.Vrcher-Tanner Funl'rallllme Hatfield of :
Milton; four standard negatives up to 4 n 5
in charge of arrangements. sisters.Irs: Frances 5.7 SI 09 FYNE TASTE 84oz CHAMP
Hamilton and Mrs Marie 6"10 S2 20

Kilpulruk Cross Smith both of Lock Haven COLOR SLIDES STRAWBERRYPRESERVES BOX
:Mrs Helen Pricklemyer of
DEVELOP 20 EXPOSURE 1110. 126 $I
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Kilpatrick Cross 67 of :Mill Hail Pa.. and !Mrs
DEVELOP 36 EXPOSURE .
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Keystone Heights died :Marguerite Goss of !New York
\\ednesdaOctober 12. in City brother-in-law Rufus COLOR MOVIES COMPARE or a.aA ,ou wv RAT I OK
;North; Florida Regional Alvarez of Starke. and 12 DEVELOP SUPER 6 or REGULAR 8 $1 69 NKI Y.10

Hospital in Gainesville grandchildren.CENTRAL PHOTO SPECIAL 2 Pantry taut HUM Pride wir MM Flour 49* 2o

EXTRA SET OF PRINTS AT TIME Of DEVELOPING 89
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I Construction In County Peaks In '76-77 Rev. Roman /ilntn'3 S/xYiA* In Texas METHODIST YOUTH ACTIVITIES .

.Rev Roman Alvarez support the work that is being Don Denton and heard declare unto
new housing starts since for single family residences was FOOTBALL,GATOIIS by we
Bradford
I County con. the special last done in the Arctic. Youth Director that also have
struction October 1.Building. swimming pools and small speaker AND SNAKES you ye may
figures The goal of the Arctic Coast
during the
permits issued in office buildings have been Thursday and Friday In counselors of fellowship with us, and trulyour
fiscal year ending October 1 the City of Starke for fiscal issued in the city nearly Arlington,Texas, at the Arctic Missions) is to build a church in Members and swamp. Don Hardenbrook fellowship is with the
the UMYF from the First
totaled $6,334,928, exceeding each (o il( the seventy towns on wheeled the tired group and
Coast Baptist Mission Con Father and with his Jesus
1976.77 also bore the the son
out in same
any similar period on record trend. upward double that of 1976. ference. the Arctic Coast, buy an United Methodist Church in bus back into Starke at 4'p.m.: Christi;' (I John 1:3):
County Zoning Director L.M. nine-month period.It airplane so that the Starke awoke to a chilling 37 Saturday afternoon.
In 1976 about worthof that the total Speaking to a number of "THE LIVING SOUND"Youth
$450,000 is unlikely
Gaines said yesterday missionaries and missionaries will be able to degree temperature in Way Food for the trip was pre- and counselors of the
single-family residencesand of constructionin pastors
The construction dollar volume reach the and to cross, Ga. last Saturday by Sue Denmark
total Included small office permits were Starke will exceed the encouraging Ilium to help villages left pared Betty Methodist Church attended a
The
144 build a radio tower so thegospel morning. group Sharon Williams Carolyn
homes, 247 mobile conventional homes and issued in the city, not Including previous year, however, since can be heard along the Starke on Friday attend the Eaves, Verna Schmidt Mable sing the and worship Correctional service Institute at
the for school Lawtey -
26 commercial buildings the $343,000 permit permits for major Cotfiel Sing Set ,000( ) miles of coast line Starke vs. Waycross football Green, Phyllis Carver and last
Thursday evening
new Community Bank of building projects amounted to
Total number of permits Tra\'<:hng with Rev Alvarezto game. Following the game Ann Whiffen. Jim In-
Starke Chaplain Tompkins
building U.S. 301 in and the
on 1976
about 20,000 ,
the of the
issued was 745. south. issued for Pine Forest At Pine Grow; Texas were Mr and Mrs. the group was guest Those enjoying the weekendof vited the youths to come and
permit
Church of
Gaines said the upward Since January 1977, apartments amounted to Don llullgien who were in Trinity Methodist fellowship and educationwere hear the world touring group
trend was continuing, with of the music Waycross. Trinity youth : Mr. and Mrs. Don
10 charge program known "The Living
however )74,0)0\) () in permits $655,000 Pine Grove Congregational director Brother Overton as
Hardenbrook, Mr. and Mrs.
throughout the conference. Sound."
Methodist Church will have a
!
directed the youthto
Campbell
Ol" Don Denton Eoline Green
gospel sing Saturday, October the church where they unloaded Diane Crews Mary Anne andKevin All were Inspired by the
22, 7:30: p.m. featuring sleeping bags and bed personal testimonies of
ARCHER TANNER "Heaven Bound" Minister ArrestedIn Miller. Raymond members of the group and the
rolls and set up camp for the Trainer Dwayne Searle
Local I talent will also participate message for the evening
in the educational
roomsof
Todd and
night Tracie
Cheek: Case Tammy, which was to hold on to
in the sing said pastor your
FUNERAL HOME the church. Rising early Denton. Mike Whiffen Scott
Christ
dreams and
Ben Coleman The church Is spiritual
the
Saturday morning, group Polk and Chuck Williams.
located on SR-199 at Raiford. A Starke minister was will see you through all things.
toured the Okefenokee State
"That which we have .seen
U.S. 301 SOUTH STARKE arrested Saturday for Park and Swamp.The .
bad checkto
allegedly( writing a
tour consisted of a boat
"', Stair EpibWomen c"l'fll a triinesxille auto dealer. the
ride through a
G. lleastie of swamp
Serving Bradford Rev Raymond Church was slide presentation of swamp -- CE3'UR ';'I
Allen Chapel life, a foot trail through the SER CmS:
To Meet' apprehended for a worthless and an exhibition of 4--
l lT swamp
& Surrounding check arising out of an incident -
cotton mouths, rattlers and
?, The 87th Annual Meeting of at Brasmgton Cadillac- other snakes found in the Grace Baptist Church DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH ".
wA r r O'.dsmobile: last February 1. Brooker .
Counties X. Episcopal Churchwomen in Efforts to collect since that HWY 100A Rev.Lacy Conway
will beheld
of Florida
the Diocese Tuesday October 25, at date allegedly have been &'ulih! Cetnettiry SUNDAY: Sunday School, ,'

Complete St Mark's, Jacksonville. unsuccessful Sunday: Sunday School, 10 10 a.m.; Worship. services 11 :

Registration begins at 9'30a '- Working; Set SaL a.m., Worship Service, 11 a.m. a.m. and 7pmWEDNESDAY Mid-Week
m. allowing time for coffee -=-:=- J __ Church Training 7 p.m., :
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Modern Facility, fellowship, and a chance to <.. --- Evening Worship 8 p.m. service 7 p.m.
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visit the bookstore and the There will be Wednesday : Prayer
All Faiths which each a cemetery 7:30: p.m.
Serving Resources Fair to working of the Beulah Baptist Meeting .
congregation is invited to Sunday October 23, the
Church, Clay County old
VALLEY
exhibit their work Lovett Bros. and their PINE
DOYLE ARCHIEM. : cemetery Saturday Oct. 29. will be in CONGREGATIONALHOLINESS
Each parish and mission is families of Georgia
I Road
Trot will
Turkey gate CHURCH
M. ARCHER 964-5157 TANNER expected delegates! to but send all interested I 1-. .2-1 be open from 8-9 a.m.Turkey charge Everyone of services.is invited to attend Rev.David Hodges

invited >to During World War II some Trot Road gate is just north of SUNDAY: Sunday School,
and
women are
men Americans drank coffee made Black Creek Bridge as you 10 a.m.. Worship Service 11

attend from over.roasted peanuts. travel north on SR-21 --ee a.m. and 7pm.THURSDAYS.
Midweek
.. PINE LEVEL BAPTI.TRev.
Roman Alvarez service, 7:30: pm.
SUNDAY l 3 miles N.of 301, turn on dirt
: Sunday School
10 a.m.; Worship. 11 a.m. road by Bradford Furniture.

About Shopping At Food Fair! Evening Bible Study Worship, 6:30, :7 p.m p.m.;

--. .... .._ -- !-*>--" *- ML-* '-'-' FOOD WEDNESDAY: Prayer
Service, 7:30: p.m. FIRST METHODIST
CHURCH
eeaeeeeGRACE -

LARGE BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday: Church School for

Hwy 100A South all ages 9:45: a.m.; Morning

SUNDAY: Bible School 10 Worship (Nursery provided)
w"I- 11 a.m.
a.m. ; Worship 11 a.m.; ----
GRADE EGGS Training Union, 7 p.m.;

A FRESH DOZ. Evening Worship 8 p.m. KINGSLEY: LAKE BAPTISTRev.
WEDNESDAY: : Prayer Paige Bowman
Meeting, 7:30: p.m. "A church SUNDAY: Sunday School,

3D where everybody is 10 a.m.; Morning Worship, 11
rS LARGE somebody." a.m.; Charch training, 6:30:

p.m.; Evening Worship, 7:30:

BAKING HENS s S 1 f BATTERIES i iA iOi l REV.MADISON CHARLES ST. BAPTIST R.SWARTZ p.m.WEDNESDAY: Mid-Week

Pi )- : .'. Prayer Service, 7.30: p.m.
Sunday: Sunday School

9:45a: m.: Morning Worship 11

U.S.D.A. :,.. 4Dw a.m., Children's Worship 11 SMYRNA rfAt TIS1 CHURCH
am. Church Training 6:15: Elder T.C.Williams

GRADE A UB BAG :; p.m. Evening Worship 7:30 "On the search for a

friendly church?"
p.m.Nursery provided for all

TrA' -- ", U... wtl"ON. ( ver, in 19auANTuv HIOHTI MIOVEO. services Welcome to Smyrna

Bargains; :in: M tf. ./ ,. Tuesday: Bible Study 10
OAN flea' w Y.fsicit a.m.
SUNDAY
"P' COMPARE : Sunday School.
COMPARE _............., ......... : t. Wednesday: Mid-week 10 a.m., Worship Service 11
OR 0. '0
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Service 7:30 Youth and
SLICED BACON ROUNDUP : p.m., a.m., B.T.S., 5:45: p.m.,
SALISBURY STEAKS. 2 DELI! DEPARTMENT 'L A' + P' flicio HIAIAII i ii"t t Children's Choir 7:30 p.m., Evening Worship, 7pmAll .
HOAGIE BEEF PATTIES LB PltG. IusANOMaoNOrasVlEnedl\ *., S Oscar Mayer Bacon '149 50'mci Adult Choir 8:30: p.m. visitors are warmly
FREEZER QUEEN Italian Dinner M 4unco welcomed
Sausage _
mil NIIAIAAI. ,ii nt AIR PARK BAPTIST __
.CHARBROIL PATTIES- 'mnvmo... nn c Hormels Sliced Bacon M49 1 50IHICI < CHURCH S'fAltKECUt'HCII
& MEAT BALLS 99
SPAGHETTI Cooked '
Plumrose Ham oa 20' r v Sinn nisi YIINIJ' Hint Rev.O.D. Brooks OF GOD

DINNER' III M Mil Muni *1fl4 Hygrade Bacon M", 60' Orange Street Rev !M.E.Drake
SAVE Sod Oscar Mayer Franks 30e
Jt CIO WlARFtSI' II MB --
$' 20nicigmuFisi SUM),VY: Sunday School 10 Sunday: Sunday School, 10
YEAiNNii(( JII"C f fnn Fyne Taste Bacon
Grill Franks 20' "' a.m. ; Worship Service 11 a.m.; Morning Worship, 11
SAVE Lykes SAVE tint cUICIOWMIISI a.m.; Evening Worship 7 p.m. a.m.; Evening Worship, 7
2V M89 11i Pantry Pride Bacon M", 2 WEDNESDAY: Prayer p.m.
Lykes Smoked Sausage 10' ting Service 7 p.m. Wednesdays Family

wmii IMII. ..ANI nuiuti Hit MI C139 : E Holly Ridge Bacon $119'' 2flt Training Hour, 7:30: p.m.
CENTER CUT BEEJ Smoked Franks I0e17e ---- Friday Prayer Meeting,

DAIRY DEPARTMENT FAMILY SIZE PKGS. \\m rILLEA.M.F. CHAPEL 7:30: p.m.UNITED.
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SIRLOINSTEAKS F Fly"ne Spred Oleo $Shoo Cubed; rChuck h Steak ?s1121'' "The Friendly.CHURCH Church" CHURCHRev.PENTECOSTAL

H9 Pine St..Starke
miH rain '
i
UMIII HIM poses t/" tu> .I .O.L.Wells
ss'St'tIou..o.'rlCls
99" 10' M28 3i Rev.R.G. lleastie, Pastor
Cottage Cheese 204 N.Water St.
14 shift U S ft f CMOtCf MMCUSS UNHIMAOf SUNDAY: Sunday School,
nirau" f u mi' .I
SIMHIIWO Sl'SD.Sunday School
Vegetable Oil Spread 89" 10'l Steaks ? ,38 3i'M48 9:30: a.m.:, Morning Worship, 10 a.m.and; Worship. services 11

IIISH Vllltt PISA C.OICIIINIIIII a.m., 7pmWEDNESDAY
i 11am Evening 5
nom' mil iiu curt CUPS Worship Bible
Sour Cream $100 38' Shoulder Steaks s 3r, first Sunday only: love :
CHOICE least 7:30
Study p.m.
WHIM HIM i.i P55Cream t .' ;: Pk; 7:30 pm. Friday before FRIDAY: Young People's
Cheese 3o 11' Fryer Combo ,88 first 5undav Service 7:30: p.m

Bethel Baptist Church
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Nil Jib Jr/ r Russell Davis Pastor
Sunday School 10 a.m.; FINE GROVEMETHODIST
AXELMODS Morning Worship 11 a.m.; CHURCH

BONELESS MOZZARELLA Evening Worship 7:30: p.m.; Rev Ben.Coleman

CHEESE Wednesday, Prayer Meeting
PICNICS HAMS ''30 p.m. SUNDAY: Sunday School.

aa' -- 9:45: a.m.; Morning Worship,
CAL\ARYJPTIST 11 a.m.; Evening Services

CHURCH 7:30: p.m.
Jim Black Pastor THURSDAY: Prayer

Meeting. 7:10 p m
SUNDAY:. : Sunday School _

9:45: a.m.; Morning Worship ST. EDWARD'SCATIIOLIC

11 a.m.; Evening Worship, 7
Bargains in Produce; ,: p m. Wed. Services, 7:30: p.m. Rev.Patrick II.Foley

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I 3 KING SIZE 3 HONEY
e. Masses: Saturday 7 p.m.,
10'1 ItST ASoEMBLY;; OK
WASHINGTON STATC!.18 IN SAG.SAVE IOC t .u"S. NO. 1 I BREAD BUNS GOD Sunday 11 a.m., Monday 7
RED DELICIOUS APPLES sl"1 p.m. Tuesday 8:30: a.m.
RUSSETTBAKING "The ChurchUwy.16atWeldonSt.
ALL UR'OS',MCOIUU! SIZI....VI so 2/l Happy Wednesday 6:30: p.m.,
YELLOW ONIONS La 14 .z..4/$1 3 PAK Starke Thursday 8.30: a.m., first
I Friday ofmonth, 8:30: a.m.
ALL MJBfOlI LOOSE s.v.e SAVE 24C SAVE 20C SUNDAY: Sunday School, Confessions: Monday 8 p.m.
WHITE POTATOES L. 8* 10 a.m.; Morning Worship 11 .
6:45: p.m., or upon request.
POTATOES
FMISHLV. .ACKACCO! .SAVC SOd r jp 10' a m.; Evening Worship, Parish Council Meetings -

SLAW OR SALAD EACH 39BOILING 8Jr. fourth Monday of each month.
WEDNESDAY Youth
MISH SAVf IOC 1O FRENCH STIXBREAD meeting, 7 p.m.; Bible: Study Altar Society Meetings -
PEANUTS L5 39twJAR $109 7 p.m. 1st Monday of each month.
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Pastor Robert Harden
SAV2CC LB BAG MORGAN ROAD
DRINK 99*
WELSH GRAPE Welcome oneand all! BAPTISTSUNDAYS

LUNCH 501 TBIAT..IN..TU..I..I. IOC SAVE 30tfFIHST ---- Sunday School

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10' 70' i' CHURCH for the DeafAt a.m.,
MOM m NiOTINSr
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Of tHI UASOMy FIRST Of TH>Sf A ON CiOVIKlfAfBKOWN'M OLYMPICMEAL
GREENCUKES S..VI Evening Worship, 7:30: p.m.
KEAHLYTANGELOES SUNDAY: Sunday School
BELL PEPPERS FLORIDACRAPErRUIT WEDNESDAY Mid-week
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Discount ::: 59 p.m.; evening worship 7
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
LOAF p.m.; Choir practice 8 p.m.
WEDNESDAY: Bible REV.BEN BRYANT

SAVE 18(! SAVE 204 Study 8 n.m.FIRST SUNDAYS 1:4: a.m.,
---- Sunday School;' 11:00: .m.t

Morning Worship; 6:15: p.m.,.
WITH THIS'rCOUPOtfJtD I ; : WITHoTHIS COUPON 1 r,. PRESBYTERIAN Church Training; 7:30: p.m.,

CHURCHDr. Evening Worship.WEDNESDAYS.
PERSONAL SIZEIVORY LAVA .Jack Hand, minister 6 p.m...
IVORY ""BTU ii I ; Supper; 6:30 p.m., Sunday

SOAP HAND CLEANER DASHsg SUNDAY: Sunday School School Worker's Meeting.R .

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1 1 U a.m. Friends and Mission Friends;
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jt 1 Mystery Never Solved l jiitft'ers:' : : i


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Who Killed Willie l Johns On Remote Island F ,


i WilY I WILL VOTE '.

AGAINST..'TIIK A BUDGET'To > '*. .*..'.*.,*"**..-
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In Lake Okeechobee, Christmas Day, 1916 ? i From::The City People Commissioner of Starke Joe,


that would be more In the meanwhile Warren.I .
On Tuesday, Dec. 26, 1916 cupation WUlie'sdeath described, it Is not
interesting, as well as more was given the following necessary would like to take this
Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Johns, to repeat the
remunerative. Annarentlv he brief notice in the Palm Beach nauseating opportunity to make a few
.
who lived near Starke. was successful in the fishing Sun of December 29, ,which details.It 4, comments about the City

received a telegram from the operation and soon accumulated later proved to be erroneous in was noticed that there 1 Budget for 1977-78 which is to
sheriff of Palm Beach
County
l a considerable some details: was no powder bum around / be adopted in the near future
1 that their 23yearoldson
stating amount of savings.Mr. where the shot had entered, The budget has some good
son, Willie, had committed COMMITTED SUICIDEON bad Items.
which would have been items and some
I suicide on a remote island in and Mrs. Johns sent OBSEHVAION ISLAND inevitable if the deceased had .... The good items are:
.
Lake Okeechobee, and 1 .
..
have
Beach to
inquiring what disposition money to Palm of their son Willie Johns, a white man, himself fired the shot- ... 11; ... '1. 1. The budget provides
the remains he could "
have doneso
should be made of the body unknown and without provided "' $50,000 for street paving and
i returned home, but many of all with
at the
trigger
ii relatives or friends, com- TRuth retopping. If we do not start
l Thus began one of the Willie's friends and relatives, mitted suicide with a revolverlast almost out of reach of his :'; 11 doing some work on the

I 1 strangest and most as well as the parents, did not Thursday on Observation fingers. The eyes were open iiV: streets soon, we will be so far
.' : 1- mystifying stories ever believe that suicide was the Island in Lake Okeechobee.He and the expression of the face behind in this area that we can

printed in The Bradford cause of his death. They knew was found dead by some of was serene, which could never catch up.
;, Gf County Telegraph--a mystery large farms in that area. Soon him as a young man of the natives in the vicinity andit hardly have been the case in a Johns Named

.::1 f ;, which apparently never was afterward however, he heard cheerful disposition, and not later developed that several suicide.Dr. 2. The budget provides

,'i i':ry ,' solved. stories about the big money one likely to be involved in persons had witnessed the Wills made a thorough Woman of The Year '77Ruth $25,000 recreation extra board to for finish the the
earned fisherman tragedy.
by
being
the
: The young man had gone toP trouble. They suspected foul examination of body. He Edwards Road Complex,

\, the Everglades country about around Lake Okeechobee, and play. But even then they were Judge J.C. Hancock, of had viewed very many renovate the Reno Recreation
left his farm employment to not prepared for the shocking remains of men who had come
'J four months previously and Stuart, telegraphed Sheriff Center and fence the RJE ball
work of seek his fortune in an oc events of the next few days. to a violent death, and his S. Johns has been and then as secretary. Later needed
obtained thetl' These
1 on one George B Baker concerningthe she became teller and workedin park. are badly
I in this should selected "Woman of
case as the
death of Johns The sheriff opinion and will enable Starke to hold
.
the loan department. In 1968>
made an investigation and carry conviction. He declared Year, 1977" by the Starke the Softball tournaments here
that he did not believe that Business and ProfessionalWomen's Mrs. Johns was elected
finding that Johns killed assistant cashier then cashierin The Softball tournaments
William Johns had committed Club and will be
et-ditorlu. himself, the sheriff suicide, but that he had been honored with a dinner at the January 1973, SLe became bring a lot of money Into-
telegraphed Judge Hancock murdered. Both he and Mr. Garden Restaurant tonight vice-president-cashier in 1977. Starke.

i that necessary.The a coroner's. jury was not Livingston, the latter being a (Thursday, October 20.) Mrs. Johns Is active in the 3. The budget provides

TV Intoxication practical embalmer, declared First United Methodist $30,000 for a backhoe which we
Mrs. Johns has
been
body of Johns was that the body had not been Church and served as church use to lay gas and sewer lines
buried on the island by emblamed, though it had been selected as a local business treasurer and taught Sunday and to work on the ones

r .. residents in that vicinity of the requested that it should be so woman who is outstanding in School for about 10 years. She already in use. We need this

I Whether or not Ronald Zamora was anything and everything that comes on Okeechobee region. before shipment.The her profession church., communityand is also active in her church piece of equipment to providethe

I from "involuntary subliminal the television screen. Any intelligent National circle.She is a member of the services that the City
suffering Business
BODY ARRIVES HOME spectacle was too Woman's Week is will also allowus
the sheer demands. This
parent can surely perceive Southside PTA where her
when he slew celebrated
intoxication" an being
television to at nationally
sickening gaze any
emptiness, boredom, and even frustration The Telegraph reprinted the October 1622. Each the husband Charles has servedas to keep the people who
door than and
widow who lived next longer necessary, year We
year-old work in this area busy.
of growing in such intellectual story from Palm Beach in its local club honors business president.
be learnedby up an when the examination was : a or
there are valuable lessons to have lost a lot of time trying to
vacuum. Television in such excessive issue of Jan. 5, 1917, addingthe over, preparations were made professional woman in the While and till
of teenage; youngsters from comments working full time, borrow one waiting we
parents following : .
the first televised trial in Miami amounts becomes a defense mechanism for closing up the remains. community.Born caring for her home and could get it.

against the realities of life, or a means of The box containing the Just then the griefstrickenmother in Bradford County, family, Mrs. Johns attended
remains of the dead came out to have a classes Santa 4. The budget provides some
from the responsibilities of boy Mrs. Johns was reared in evening at Fe
escape day- last look at the clay. "Oh, to start buying a new
Although the defense attorney apparently arrived on the southbound poor Theressa attended Hampton Community College and money
failed to prove his case and the to-day living. midnight train last Friday. my God," she exclaimed "is Elementary School and received her AA degree this fire truck which I am told
The this my boy, who left me three should reduce the cost of your
of the grief-stricken father graduated from Bradford spring.
jury found young Zamora guilty William Belson, author of a study of insisted on carrying home the months ago, coming back to High School in June 1949. fire insurance i if you live in the
murder in spite of his insanity plea, in this form?" This I told the fire insurance
scene -
me City. am
TVs effect on a group of British boys, box the same night and, accompanied Mrs. Johns is the daughterof
there was enough evidence of the in- was heart-rending in the Employed at Florida Bankat rates are based on the
concluded: "It looks as if television has by a couple of his Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Sibley
violence extreme, and few eyes of any Starke as bookkeeper July ability of the City to providefire
fluence of television on a youthful brothers, Mr. Johns slowly of Theressa. The Johns' have
reduced broken down the inhibitions
or of the dry. 1, 1949 Mrs. Johns to
bystanders were worked protection you.
all the drove the dark and
mind to cause parents over throught one daughter, Kristy.
against becoming violent that had been lonely woods to his home, the Some lady friends assisted the several years in that capacity However, I have not had any

land to take warning. built up in the child by parents and other Dr. Boss place! south of town, poor mother back into the of the people that sell fire

socializing influences." In other words, a the family having moved house. insurance back this up.
Zamora's attorney described the kind there during the week. ISLAND DESCRIBED
steady dose of violence will sooner or THE BAD ITEMS
of approach to television in the home later cause the viewer to become har- Observation Island, where IJNotebook
that should be avoided at all costs, The poor parents were the tragedy took place is the County Agent's By I WILL VOTE NO
dened and indifferent to such acts, accepting eager to see the remains of ;
To Adopt The BudgetFor
whether or not it is ever proved a cause smallest of the four islands of ."
their Bobby ,1J.!
them as a matter of course, witha once bright, hopeful boy, These Reasons;
of violence. Apparently the parents of consequent cheapening of human life, and, after much trouble, the Lake Okeechobee, and lies in
Ronny had been using televisionas box, which was covered with the southwestern portion TaylorThis 1. The estimated income
young and disregard of the property rights of about three miles from the
their sheet iron, was opened. As from electric power is far too
baby sitter, leaving young son
a others.In soon as the lid was taken off it mainland. It belongs to Palm low. The present high rate
in front of the "boob tube" for most of Beach County. The deceasedhad
became evident that the body structure will bring in
is an important time of All this is to say that cat- approximately -
the day since he was four years old. 'The commenting on the public outrage was in a bad state of camped there. year for cattlemen. They tlemen have several con- $200,000 more

tube took the place of the home, the that has persuaded the television net- decomposition.Then Though no money had been should look at their siderations and choices to than is estimated In the

school, and the church," according to works to make some small concession the cover was returned by the authorities, management calendar and make when planning their budget. I believe that a budget

argument by Ronnie's attorney.As toward curbing excessive violence, the removed from the casket. The and no mention made of any, make decisions and plans to winter feed program. The feed should possible.be as 'realistic as Ii
the it is supposed that young successfully winter their that is good for one herd or
scene that met of the
opinion has been expressed that "What gaze Johns had quite a large sum. cattle as economically and ranch might not.be, good for '' ,
studies the onlookers literally "beggared 2: The' General Fund 1 Isunderfinanced'
in previous concerning must continue to be combatted is such a 'description." No attempt to A few days>: before his death he efficiently as possible. One of another right across the road. The'Gewefal1'3Fund

impact of fictionalized violence in high level of taken-for-granted violence 'decently it for had written to his friend, the biggest and most important Determine the kind ,and should support the three .

movies, fiction, and even comic strips, as that a generation of viewers becomestoo sepulcher had prepare been made; it George Wiley, of this neighborhood decisions is what and amount of the various feed departments that have no
well television it be im to "meet me at how they will feed their cows. ingredients your cattle will
as on may callous to be outraged by it on the had unceremoniously been revenue-making capabilities.
to the degree to which placed in the coffin in a Tampa Christmas; I have need and then shop for the These departments are the
possible prove off if throwa Some considerations are
screen or even they never plenty of money and we will best before buying.
working garb of overalls, to prices fire and adminstration.
this factor is actually responsible for a what feed nutrients are police,
Ronald did
Zamora have
time
punch or, as slay a good
which still of St.
clung some The General Fund fails to
needed which nutrients are
specific crime, but the fact remains that There are other feed con-
widow door.
the next
82-year-old Lucie County sand. The hands One may imagine himlying available on the ranch or considerations In addition to support these departments by
if good television programs are given had been crossed and tied witha
his farm, and which nutrients about 30000.
on cot, on his right side, purchased feed stuffs. Winter
the credit for affecting viewers for the When the temptation arises to leave piece of fish line face to the wall, when his must be purchased or grown. forages like rye, ryegrass and 3. FUEL FOR POWER

better, it can hardly be denied that bad the children with the TV baby-sitter, Then with fear and murderer quietly slips up, When and how these nutrientswill clover are important and PLANT-For the month of

programs will affect them for the worse. parents should weigh the possible trembling, the cloth was fires the fatal shot, gets hisvictim's be fed or utilized is also necessary on many farms and August 1977 the City pur-

and remember the removed from the face. The money, and is important.Of ranches. These forages along chased 60 percent of the power

Just plain common sense should tell consequences shocking Miami television trial, picturing flickering light from the lamp swallowed up by the night. But course, cattle need many with native range on other required by the City and
while those who to do with the
roughage can produce
revealed the most in
then produced only 40 percent
different nutrients with
that along
nothing good men-
any parent if they can, the possibility of ghastly sight imaginable. The remains of the victim down vitamins, minerals, and good nutritious and economicalfeed the power plant. This should

tally, physically, or socially : can come their own child on the defense stand face had barely been washed. there apparently thought that clean water. However, the if managed properly cast a fair reflection for the
from endless hours of supine viewing of of the head had the deceased was "without
rather than Ronnie Zamora. The entire top major concern for most of these coming year. If this holds
relatives or friends, and Management crops
been blown off; only a few cattlemen is the nutrients includes true, the budget allocates
lime
much ceremonies not seedingand
were proper
pieces of the skull, held by the he was not without needed in large quantities. fertilization rates and $484,000 for fuel oil and
scalp remained. A load of necessary These protein, energy feeds or natural gas to get 40 percent of'
either, and proceedings will good grazing management
For
I Time Compromise buckshot had entered just be instituted to bring his concentrates, and roughage. These crops, like the cattle the required power while
below the left ear, and most ot slayer to justice. "Vengeanceis A good balance of these feed themselves, need in"food" buying 60 percent for 465000.
the ear had been torn materials is
away. electrical
more importantthan The total budget for
mine, saith the Lord. Even nutrients that we call
The eyes were wide open, and the fastnesses of the wilds of too much of one and not fertilizer The major fertilizer power is $1,432,000 for the year

The question is asked: What will the to the public in an effort to obtain the reflection from the glazed Okeechobee will not be able to enough of another.A nutrients are nitrogen, and 100 percent of the power

President's energy plan, now slowly popular support for his program.It orbs of the trembling light hide him long. good fertilized grass in the phosphorous, and potash. bought would cost the City
emerging from a divided and weary seemed to appeal for the and summer will I and grasses need $900,000 plus $31,000 to up-
bringing of the murderer to The remains were shipped i spring all three of these elements grade the substation to get 100
do the of is unfortunate that generally be a balance of in
Congress, to pocketbooks someone apparently from Okeechobee
justice, giving a clear town, in St while clover percent of the power. The City
average Americans who heat their fed him a set of inflated figuresto meaning to these words of the Lucie County, and there 11.11. these nutrients, and will the another legumes need only would save over half a million
to meet
homes with natural gas, oil, or electricity use in the television address in whichhe famous stanza: Hancock, coroner, accordingto supply needs of enough older calves and phosphorous and potash.We dollars by buying all of the
? tounguelashed the oil industry in his the certificate pasted on the power from FPL. I cannot go
However old dead
cows. or
"An orphan's curse may box, had held an inquest the know how much of each along with this when we havea
most belligerent speech to date. drag to hell an angel from on verdict being that William grass will have plenty of one of these major elements it letter from Fla. Power &

Despite the uproar over deregulationof high, Johns "came to his death by a roughage but will be deficientin takes to grow per acre these Light Corp saying we can buy

natural gas with consequent price increases The figures used were somewhat mis "But oh, more terrible than shot from a shotgun, inflictedby hay protein will also and supply energy.energy Good crops. With a soil analysis to 100 percent of the required

it seems apparent that the leading, and even the Department of that is the curse from a dead his own hands." and roughage, and in some determine what is already in power by upgrading the substation -

forty-one million homeowners who burn Energy felt it necessary to correct him. man's eye." It had been intended to hold cases enough protein for the soil, we can readily recommend .o for a cost of 31000.
how much of each
heat their homes and cook indicate that the the funeral last Rev. Poor Buying all the power' from
this fuel to The figures quoted to Sunday, mature cows. quality
The should be the
sight was sickening.The applied during FPL would eliminate all of the
their food, will still continue to get a oil industry "wants it all" were gross cloth was quickly .Vm. F. Malphurs to conductthe hay will not supply ample growing season to produce a other high cost items incurredby

price break. Whatever pricing formula income figures and not net profit. replaced and the casket and made obsequies it but to conditions have the protein or energy. good crop of nutritious feed the plant.

finally comes out of Congress, gas. for Apparently, profitwise, the oil in box again closed. The night interment necessary last Saturday There are several sup. Call or come by your County

residential users will cost less than oil or dustry's margin of profit today is in line resounded with wails, and the forenoon and the remains plemental feeds on the market Agent! office if you would like 4. The budget includes the
grief of the to discuss winter feeding for
for to other industriesand poor parents may wife: !'aid' to rest in Santa Fe today Some are con your provision hiring a City
electricity some years come. with, or even less, than perhaps be imagined, but not Pond' The funeral centrations of only protein and program or the nutrient needsof Administrator at a salary of
cemetery. '
they are not enjoying, as the described.The minerals while others contain your cattle or crops. twelve to fifteen thousand


Experts in the field give the following President claimed, "the biggest ripoff in news of the occurrence on.services will take place later protein and-or, energy feeds ,..,....,..,."..,..,..,.,.., This would be all right if we'

explanation: history.. spread very fast through For example you can buy a had a different type of City
Starke and vicinity, and And thus ends the story of range mix that has a lot of U li'1:[CL![ALL Government. With the present
Willie Johns. Apparently the type of City Government
=Only newly' produced gas w ill be de The President feels that Americans do Saturday morning many wentto non-protein-nitrogen that it
the Johns home to learn the mystery of his death was cattle can convert into alJlal: [E only means adding another
regulated. The hulk of gas flowing into not see the gravity of the energy true state of affairs and offer never solved, for there is no protein. This mix does not high priced man on the,

American homes is so-called "old" gas, situation because it has not yet sympathy to the sorrowing further mention of the tragedyin contain energy or roughage. B \\ illiamS.llaasBradford payroll.I

bought by pipeline companies under markedly affected their daily lives. He relatives of the deceased subsequent issues of The Other protein supplementslike ) County Veterans -Joseph N.Warren

long-term, long-price contracts.A does not want a national crisis to occur Telegraph. pellets and blocks will Service Officer
The Telegraph reporter contain 15: to 40 percent and no
before the public wakes up to the implications -
hastened to the
formula:: will be sought by of this complex problem. But the and found there, besides scene early other, energy. The checks annual clothing for $190 allow-were $3.35 Minimum

Congress to shift the main burden of situation Is bad enough without havingto prominent men, State At- Some liquid feed mixes ance mailed by Sept. 1 to more than Wage

higher gas prices to industrial users use exaggerated or inflated figures to torney Augustus V lane contain some protein (usually 50,000 servicedisabledveterans. AgreedBy
We do Representative-elect A S: f 15 to 35 percent and energy or .
the 190,000 factories now burning impress the public. not think Both Houses
Crews, Dr. J.C. Wills, G.C. concentrate feed like citrus or by t
Veterans compensation
natural gas. President Carter did this deliberately.He Livingston, and M.L. Johns. cane molasses. Other liquid the Veterans Administrationfor

would not have the time to compile Dr. W ills had come to view the feeds are just citrus or black service-connected disabilities Congress House

In 1976, according to gas industry such information himself, and must relyon remains, and the casket was Ancient people used to wor- strap molasses. There are requiring use of S hate conferees agreed last and

specialists, the average residential user his advisors to help him. But in the opened. As the state of its ship snakes as symbols of also other combinations of prosthetic or orthopedic Friday to legislation raising
contents has feed available.
of natural gas paid $1.98 per thousand future, he should insist on having such already been wealth and knowledge. appliances. received the the minimum increase'33 by

cubic feet of fuel, while the average oil data checked and doublechecked in allowance. Appliances Include 1981-a $1.05 that

$3.30 for an equivalent amountof order) to avoid misinforming the public. ORlp artificial limbs braces and would provide millions of low
user paid r.OL wheelchairs which the VA wage workers with the biggest
energy. Americans with electric 4 NyYN determines to cause undue raise in history. :

homes paid an average of $10.11. And the Administration and the Aoasts miliijf t wear and tear on clothing. At the tame time the

Congress should adopt the attitude that xcnvr, Veterans on VA compensation compromise measure raised

Industry experts believe that "this is bigger than both of us," when it lfl ance rolls automatically receive the allow after businesses an exemption to $382,500 for small

gradually, over the years the resi- comes to the energy crisis. Nothing will initial application. 311981. The present by law
BOB 'ERG'JSON JOHN M. MIILER
dential cost of natural gas will creep up be gained by recrimination and TJQ Publishers Military retirees not receiving provides exemption

to the oil price level, but should always exaggerated statements on either side. VA compensation for businesses grossing

remain below the price of electricity. Apparently the time is ripe for another :PIdrw'ual" I.f, rain l each h 1 Thursday'11'9 ....d entered.as second Oas Matter at the Post OWice, at !blarki.cla: under their disabilities must retireesare apply $250,000 The compromise or leu.

"great compromise," and let us hope it Sdaenouonratgn'rac'earea", $7 per year; $4 sic. montns. each not year.required Military to waive any victory for organized was a labor bit.

After announcing the acceleration of comes before the American public starts OiitMl track.m SSpofyear. $450semonths. portion of their retirementpay which mounted a massive
with Congress over the energy last mile while I 1 ,,', .SfcTrd, Starke. Fla lobbying effort ,
his battle "walking the "shiveringin -.' to receive the clothing on Congress, 0la
bill. President Carter is taking his fight its boots." allowance. gel It* programpi" passed



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Community SOUTHSIDE ELEMENTARYNews Brooker NewsBy


flash-Report Cards foods booth. The plant booth (sidewalks and helping with all had a great time and their Jeanette Prescott
' went home October 17 will be happy to receive plants the smooth flow of traffic in shells are a lasting memory of Phone 48S-171S
Halloween Carnival is and rooted cuttings. Booths the mornings and at bus their trip.Under .
Newsby Saturday October 29 at will be decorated by the loading time in the afternoons. the direction of Miss SCHOOL,NEWS with the parade and costume
Southside School from 5 p.m. sponsoring class and judgedat Members are: Fourth rade, Casas music teacher, fourth There will be a planning day judging. There will be a fish
to 9 There'sslight changein the beginning of the Mrs Harrel Richard 0 Steen and fifth graders are learningto for teachers Friday, October fry beginning at 5 p.m
Elizabeth G.Walker NEW HOPE BAPTIST parade p.m. plans. The plan now, evening The best decorated and Lynn Holtzendorf; Miss play the recorders and 21. There will be no school for The raffle items this year
Phone 964-6683 CHURCH CHOIR calls for the parade to start at booth in the opinion of the Peterson Kenneth Starlingand guitar. They practice once a students. will be a rifle a bicycle a
Miss Rennee Williams will
Florida Bank parking lot, go judges will be given a class David (Slim) Martin; week. On December 13, for $50.00 gift certificate and a
Francis Chapter 140 Orderof Mrs. Shirley A. Marks through town and end at the party by the PTA.A Mrs.: Harper-Clark Simon our PTA, the fourth and fifth be substituting for, Mrs pig. Many workers are still
Eastern Star will celebrate President, is proud to an same parking lot Judging of date to make note of Is Mitchell (lieutenant) and Lula grade chorus will present a Martha Pillow who is out on needed for the various booths
their anniversary Thursday nounce that New Hope Baptist costumes will be at 4:30;, Friday October 21, which is a Williams; Miss Goldberg, Christmas play titled "The maternity five leave for the next and activities. Parents or
night at 8 p.m. at New Hope Choir will appear on the Ethel parade starts at 5p.m. teacher planning day and will Joey Riley and Valerie Mc- Choir Boy Who Couldn't four or weeks. anyone are requested to call;
Baptist Church. Daveport Bannister Sunday Fourth and fifth grade be a non-school. day for Cloud; fifth grade, Mrs Sing". The play will feature Jim Kendrick carnival\
Rev Wright will deliver the Morning Gospel Program on students are selling raffle students. Thompkins-KnTght, Leona several soloists cosutmes and Last week Friday, October chairman or the school officeif
Sermon.. October 23, 1977 at 7:30: a.m. tickets on either a rocking I Dean and Jimmie Hankerson, stage scenery 14, George Pierce, and Ken they would be able to help.
Twiss from the
The Lawtey Community on WJXT-Channel 4, chair or a 10-speed bicycle Mrs. Leach's third grade Mrs. Register Becky Parrish Mrs. FreemanSiefferman'sclass Brooker Lunch Menu
Volunteer
Fire
Chorus and Pleasant Grove Jacksonville. Please tune in These two items may be class wrote a story about and Michael Colvin is continuing their Department Oct. 24-28
Baptist Church Choir from and get a gospel treat. viewed In the library at popcorn and then made (lieutenant); Mrs. Duncan, community unit. They visited presented a program on fire MONDAY Tuna Salad,
Keystone Heights will sing. Southside now. You may for all to enjoy. Edward Kimbrill and Melanie the office area where Mrs. prevention to the classes of, Peanut Butter, Peas &.
The public Is Invited to purchase raffle tickets at the Popcorn, besides being appropriate Wood; Mrs. Wood-Johnson, Ritch showed them how their Mrs.Mrs. Cook, Mrs. Scott and Carrots, Peaches, Cheese
Jackson. Last week
attend., Ebezener Baptist Church: work was duplicated. Mrs. was Stix-Milk Potato
carnival up until 8 p.m when to the season was Kevin Gnann and Micole Scott National Fire Chips.
Tuesday 7 p.m. Prayer the drawing will be held. You theclass reward for their hard (captain). Carter and Mrs. Murphy told Prevention TUESDAY : Cheese
CHURCH NEWS Meeting. Bible Class Thurs- need not be present to win. work and achievement. Penny On Wednesday November the students about filing, week. After explaining the .Burgers Mixed Vegetables.Pineapple ,
Antioch Missionary Baptist day 7 p.m. Sunday School Prizes of a transistor radio Jefferson won the award for 2, Starke Elementary will typing and working the Intercom importance safety of the fire firemen preventionand Tidbit, Bun-Milk
ChurchThursday night 9:30: a.m. fellowship of will be given away on October showing the most progressthis visit Southside to participatein system. Reggie ex- Cookies or French Fries
Prayer Meeting at 7:30: p.m... Churches will be held at the 23 to one boy and one girl who six weeks. flag football and volleyball Leverson talked to Mr. plained of the and fire demonstrated the WEDNESDAY: ChickenPot
Friday night. There will be a church at 3 p.m. All membersare has sold the most raffle Mrs. Register's fifth grade games. These will be all-star McKinney on the inter-office use truck. Pie Strawberry or Cake
local program at 8 p.m. invited to attend. Rev, tickets welcomes new student Jenny teams that will be announced phone with Toping, Buttered Peas ..
Saturday night at 8 p.m. is Leroy Young will deliver the Booths for the carnival will Abercrombie. The students later. F.ederalimpact Forms have Last week all third and fifth Hot .
choir rehearsal for the Choir message. be set up on the paved area have been busy planting Mrs. Lawrence's second- been sent home with each grade students took the THURSDAY: Beef'' Stew
Union members All membersare New Bethel: Wednesdaynight west of the school building. various plants for the third graders put together child in school. All forms needto Statewide Assessement Testin with Potatoes Citrus Salad,
asked to be present. 7:30: Prayer Meeting. Bingo will be held in the Halloween carnival plant four new mobiles for the be returned to school reading and mathematics.The Green Beans Corn Bread-
Sunday School will begin at 10 Sunday School 9:30: a.m. 'cafetorium Parents will be in booth. The support of the library, which they happily whether or not parents think results of this test will be Milk.
a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m. All charge of the booths and will parents is much appreciated. point out as their handiwork to they qualify. back sometime in December.The FRIDAY: Hamburger
Choir Union 3 p.m. members invited to attend need much help in keeping the All sudents are enjoying the other students using the School picture proofs were results of this test will be Lettuce Tomato, Pickles
First Born Church of the the Fellowship of Churches 3 activities going through the extra music classes Miss library. They have made sent home October 14 Parents one of three criteria that will Apple Sauce Cake Bun-Milk
Living God- Tuesday night p.m. may order their child's pic- be used to decide whether or French Fries.
evening. Please call the schoolor Casas is able to have for them Halloween masks for
7:45 Prayer Service Friday Mt. Morlah United tures from Monday October not students are promoted PERSONAL .
: your child's teacher and since she is full time at decorations on their windows.In .
night 7:45: Tarrying Service. Methodist Church: Prayer volunteer your services for Southside. In room 23 ther are September Mrs. Boyles' 17 through Friday October 28 The Community Extends
Second and Fourth Sunday Meeting Tuesday night 7 p.m. one-half to one hour's time on four students taking guitar first grade class went to Southside principal, Mr. CARNIVAL: It's Sympathy to the Bigham
pastoral service Sunday Bible Study Wednesday 7 p.m the evening of October 29 seven taking recorder ana Crescent Beach with Mrs. McKinney invites all parentsand Plans are well underway for Family on the loss of their
School '10:30: a.m. Morning Sunday School 9:30: a.m. All Many things are needed to eight students in chorus. Freeman-Siefferman's class guardians to join the PTA. this year's Halloween Carnival loved one William Bigham, I
Worship 11 ::30. Y.P.C.W. 6 members are invited to attend make the project a success. Shaun Akridge, Brenda of third graders. They If you wish you may send one which will be held Sr. Lakeland who passed
pm. Evening Worship 7:45.: the Fellowship of Churches. The country store needs your Starling and Danny Jordan collected shells live crabs and dollar to school and the office Saturday October 29. Car away recently in Lakeland
Visitors are always welcome Pleasant Grove United white elephants, jelly candy, have stocked a busy fish tank starfish and had a picnic. The will see that Mrs. Josie nival will begin at 4:30: p.m. General Hospital.
MasedonlcaFr e"+,ill Baptist Methodist Church: Every first cakes, cupcakes candy apples with minnows and catfish. children had great fun Kimbrill gets the money and d.
Church: Prayer Meeting and second Monday night she will give you a mem-
cookies brownies and Safety patrol members are building sand castles and ,
Tuesday night at 7 p.m. Young Adult Choir rehearsalat breads are needed for the now at their posts monitoring running barefoot races They bership card 'il1IJ13 DOa4 4 i apOD( (!
Wednesday night Bible Study 7:30: Every Tuesday Young J
7 p.m. Sunday School 10 a.m. Junior Choir rehearsal at 7 "S1 ARKE'S OWN
BAKERY"
Morning Worship 11 a.m. p.m. Wednesday 7:30: Prayer $ ] EJE(! ] l3rn0 "' ,
Afternoon service 4 p.m Service Thursday night 7:30: --T- aLL fU'iU .. = 138 East Call SI. Starke 964.5890 "

Mt Zion A.M.E. Church: p.m. Bible Study. Sunday William Cosgrove, chair- Florida Pharmaceutical Club: member Joe tem, who being laid up with arthritis,
Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning School 10 a.m. Services are last month, has including Mary Allen and '
man of the Bradford Senior Association, National Retired was injured OCT. NATIONAL DONUT MONTH
Worship 11 a.m. Afternoon concluded for the day. Citizens Club and North Teachers Assn, and the Blue gone to live with his son Joe, Lewis Smith, Lou Frey was 1
service 4 p.m. Greater Allen Chapel Central Florida Coalition Cross and Blue Shield Corp. Jr., for six weeks. His addressis entered into the Veterans
Church of God: Sunday A.M.E. Church: Revival is Legislative Committee gaveus Around 250 persons attended J.A.. Stein 201 Greenwood Hospital, Gainesville, for DECORATED FOR HAllOWEEN :
School 9:30 a.m. Morning still in session. Preaching a comprehensive report ofa representing various Drive Long Beach Miss treatment.Our .
Worshipil:30a.m.: Y.P.WW.5 started Sunday night. October meeting he attended, called interested groups from North 39506 next meeting on October CAKES, COOKIES CUPCAKES & DONUTS
p.m. Evening Worship 6:30: 16-22 Thursday night Rev. by the Atlanta Office of Florida Similar meeting will A Certificate of Appreciation 25 will feature a
Nathean Jones will preach. Health Education and be held in Tampa and Miami was received from Halloween Funny-Hat Pot
pm.Greater Rev. B.C. Willi Luck lunch. We will meet at STRAWBERRY STRAWBERRY
Bethlehem Frewill Friday night Welfare in the Prudential this month. the Bradford County Public ,
Baptist Church : Each Williams former pastor of auditorium Jacksonville, on Dr. William May, area Library in recognition of our 11:30: am with lunch at 12 j
Monday night Tiny Tot Allen Chapel Church will October 6. director of the Agency on membership help in repairingand noon Please don't bring any CAKE DONUTS MINI CAKES
rehearsal Tuesday night preach: Saturday night Rev. cleaning books this year. desserts because birthdaycake
The conference was held Agin, Tallahassee, gave a r
Prayer Meeting. 730.: Leroy Young will preach Thanks to our Library ice cream, and coffee
from 9 to 9 to receive Input by detailed analysis of the
School 10 will be served. A will be 12C Each $149 Each
Thursday night Story Hour, Sunday am. organizations and individuals program, followed by Mr. Commtiiee, headed by Bill prize
7:30.: Senior Choir rehearsal Morning Service 11 a.m. All concerning National Health Cosgrove who presented our Richards.The given for the funniest hat, so
Thursday 8 p.m. Friday the members are asked to attend Insurance which will be introduced views on N.H.I. change of weather has pitch in and let's laugh at your Open Mon.-Sat. Til 5:30: P.M.
ladies will sell dinners from the Fellowship of Churches at on the floor of Congress Joe Kerrigan received a resulted in several members creation
the kitchen at 6 p.m. the 3pm. early in 1978 letter of appointment from .
will rehearse. Mrs. Ethel Deport Banister
Junior Choir Gov Reuben Askew as a
Friday night at 8 p.m. the First Lady of Gospel Songs J. Cain of HEW was member of District 3 Nursing
Prayer Band will meet at the will appear at Allen Chapel chairman of the meeting and Home Ombudsman Com
home of Mrs. Rebecca Allen. October 28 at 8 p.m. You are the panel consisted of mittee. This appointment will
Un-car
Saturday dinners will be sold Invited. representatives of the be valid within 30 days after cars
from the kitchen, Sunday Allen Chapel Family Day American Medical filing financial disclosure ,
Men's' Day will terminate. will be celebrated Sunday. Association, the American forms, in conformity with the 'In
Sunday School 9:30: a.m. October 30. All members are Hospital Association, the Sunshine Law. .
Morning Worship 11 a.m. The invited to be present to enjoy .:
Spyj *? wM'',. be,.-h1r,, AC the event. Every member is H ol'Ol J<|milt ti :: are financed at
CarUr. .:tirwerat/, 1 p.m. At 3 welcome. Come and bring a Ae7N'T COME "yAIVY ,
covered dish ,
pm. the speaker will be Mr. Ct0SCP 1i "


. Hermon Johnson.Theressa NewsBy 4 1t Florida National.

Penguins of prehistoric times stood six feet tall

Cheryl Douglas beginning at 7:30: p.m. All
Phone 413-24 ladies are invited to attend
HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH
Sunday school 10 a.m., 4-11
toddler and children's worshipold We are still collecting items
church 11 a.m. morning for the country store at the Warehouse
worship new church Ham. Halloween carnival Friday *
ratice 6:30 p.m., after night Anyone wishing to
church Wednesday nights. donate anything may call g T
Evening worship 7:15 p.m. Mrs. Gail Jordon at 473.3473. _
Sunday.A Mrs. Jordan said she would
reception was held after even be happy to come and OHM DISCOUNT MOOSE t,
church Sunday night for pick up your items
Brother Pat Murphey and H.y 100 W. 4-StOt

family, minister of youth and FIRE DEPARTMENTThe :
Otfifi A Wtttki Ml Of Nor 1I"hllil"
Brother Franklin Nazworthand turkey shoot held by the

family. minister of music. Theressa Volunteer Fire AI Lw-LIIS-P11011. . . .
Everyone is invited to Hope Department was a big success \
Church Sunday October 30, of the
The
depart.
men \
for homecoming Plans are ment would like to thank Mr. LAMPS & SHADES Assorted Sizes From '10" "'U" \

being made now. Watch the and Mrs. Doug Railey for the HAILS Assorted Sizes '.tS"50 Lbs. 1
paper for time and events that use of their field by the store ,
will be taking place and thank that '
everyone COFFEE TABLES & End Tables '*$" 35" Ea.
| Bible Club at the church helped to make it a success.
each Tuesday afternoon at the Twenty-three lucky peoplewon
old church parking lot for agesof turkeys. The fire BATHTUBSPorcelain( ) 46" | Ea
children grade one and will also have the
up. department
CARPET 2M '$" / Sa. Yard
j Each child will need a note to turkey shoot at the Halloween -
| attend the club and one to give Carnival Friday night.
WATER HEATERS(Rheem) 2030.40 .
GaUS4..84.
(the bus driver. Don't forget the Halloween
PERSONALSGet Carnival being held Friday.
well wishes this week to October 21, at the Theressa New & Used Mobile Home Appliances
I William Carter in Alachua Community Center starting 7
(General Hospital Ernie p m Costume judging of NEW 9 USED FURNITURE
iNewsome, and Mrs. Barbara young and old at 7:30: p.m.
(Kite are all home from the Attractions include hayride, 12.2 Wire With Ground IS'/Ft. ,

(hospital. We hope they will catch a duck, sponge throw o ,- )
continue to get better fish pond cake walk pick-a- '-0 Aluminum Entrance Cable 16'/ Ft.214'a .

Keith Holhngsworth, son of pocket, dunking tub, country
Studs Ea.
75'
|Mr. and Mrs. Wayne (Crizie) store, haunted house, (turkey
lollin worth celebrated his shoot for adults) and many '
211' Studs 79 Ea
Irst birthday last week with a more exciting events. Plentyof p '
rty. A cake with cowboysnd soft drinks and things to r

horses, ice cream punch eat The public. is invited and BAR STOOLS All Wood Deluxe !'If!! .. ,:,r,. ..- V J. r
.
Bnd.bubble.gum.was enjoyed. an proceed* will go to the 4-H BEDS Twin
.
A bridal shower for Miss Club for their community BUNK. 'U0"

inda Sue Jones will be given project and the fire depart- NEW SOFA BED CHAIR r11e1
Monday, October 24. at the ment for new fire fighting
hurch educational building equipment.Democratic .
METAL DINETTE 5 Piece 1491


CommitteeTo TRUSSEL WOOD DINETTE... 5 Piece 'tIS"

I All kinds ol cars are financed at Florida National. Big cars.
Meet Oct. 27 COUCN & CHAIR Ueluxe .MO** little Practical .
cars. cars posh cars. Even cars that are vans

The Bradford County Jimmy Alvarez who recently n campers or trucks. With all kinds of low-rate plans, to fit your
MATTRESSES sie
{Democratic Executive resigned Vernie P. Odom is SPRINOSOENIUNE If" "''rc'rcIf
like
budget fits
{Committee will meet at 7:30 serving as temporary Boston Rockers .......... your car your life .'
[pm Thursday Oct. 27, at chairman. 17"BED the time has come in your life for a new car. come to <' /
I Sportsman's World truck stop Three delegates and Large Selection Of Utility BuildingsThis When it "'J j }
elect will be elected for us comes to cars we mean money ..y;;' ,
lin US. 301 south to alternates ..:: ,. ;
{delegates to the upcomingstate the convention where it is week Special I "'v k\\ -.

I convention in Orlando In expected that a party plat. Silt FINISHED.. SHED '702" Florida National means cars. a. ;'
1 November.Also form will be adopted for the > >
I on the agenda will be guidance of Democratic 10 More Various Sizes To Choose FromOLIN'S ..... : .:
I the election of a new chairman gubernatorial candidates. '
I for the committee to succeed DISCOUNT .; fJ Florida Bank at Starke ; r

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Alligator Creek To Be Hwy. 100 W. HOUSE 964-5806 H ]Jefferson at Clark Street 904-964-7050 I't

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Treated For HydrillaAlligator -..
.NEW. FALL HOURS

Creek will be sumption purposes said
undergoing plant control for regional aquatic botanist Joe Open Seven Days A Week
hydrilU beginning Wednesday Hinkle. .' <
October 26, and The commission Is treatingthe Mon Frl10:00.: 8.00 Sat 9:00.6:00: : I, '. yu "

people are warned not to use creek to prevent the Sun 1 ::00 5:00: S
the water until October 30 for spread of hydrWa into Lake I 'CCopyrlght 1977.Florida National Banks ol Florida M.mb r FDfC' )
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The Starke Cowboys Pop Daryl Thorton had a 30yatdrun Lionel Griffis 5, Leslie Morris proved to be too much.:win- Griffis 2, Shannon King !? 'i
Warner Football teams had a offense called back because 3, Jason Bennett 3, John ning 2712. Jason Bennett, Keith
tough day Saturday as all of a clipping penalty Bennett 3, Larry Long 3, Lane, normally plays IUU- Glllingham! Troy Coltraneand ilig'NCE I8raplV 11
three teams came out on the and EmmettWatklQl caught a Grant Williams 3, Ronnie back for the Cowboy but was Jody Griffis with one
losing end in their contests. pass for 8 yards to lead the t Andrews 3, Wayne Slocum 2, put in at the quarterback spot' tackle. ;
Bel Med Dolphins 24 offense. .l,: .Gary Carter 2, Darrln Hardee after starter RJchi Fender ,..:
CB Midgets 0 Even though the mdg'eta 1. Scott Hudson I, Elis Reh- was injured Lane tarried the Other offensive leaders .',',I y1Y:"f-- .,,
The midget team continuedto have yet to win ,their first berg 1, Craig Sapp I, ball fora 55-yard TD; : run and a were Tony Diggs with 12 yards ;o" ,ri
have problems on offense as game Tomlinson isn't upset, 75-yard TD run as he ricked rushing and Rick Welch: with 3 ,I :..
they dropped a 24.0 decision to with his team's record I .Kenny Davis was the teamoCfensive up 158 yards rushing for .the yards rushing' .
the Bel Med Dolphins. ."Pop Warner is not for j I leader with 22 yards afternoon. '. 'i1l ." .
i "The defense is holding its winning but for teaching ,:;, rushing. Davis was followed Next weeks schedule finds, : (ll:I U0
own and the boys are starting fundamentals and sportenan- by: Scott Hudson with 10 yards The Cowboy deSean4i got d.f, the pee wee at home against .f; ;,!. tjf.: .
r to shape up on offense If we ship, even if it 'means loving i..I rushing, Vince Culverson with to a slow start giving,.up 20 the Middleburg Dolphins at 4 ;; .
i can get them to fire off the ball every game,"Tomlinson Miff. ft! 4 yards rushing and Elis Ren- points in the, first- half .but p.m. The junior midgets play
and react well we'll win before *" *'.: berg wtih 3 yards rushing came on strong hokStng .tne> In Orange Park against i the "
the season is over," Coach OP DeIpI u 26CBJr.Midgetsa Vikings to just OM TD In the .Mustangs at 1:30: p.m. and the : ; ; i'H' ;$: '; 'i:
Ronnie Tomlinson said. ,.i. Elaine. Dyal and Kenny second half'' midgets also play in Orange
Michael DeSue led the The Cowboy Junior.midget ',' 'Davis each caught passes for Park at 3 p.m against the
defensive attack with nine team was hurt by mistakM M j ,18 yards John Odom was tile Wading Rams. N jiin'sFeet & Hands
tackles. Other tacklers were they lost! to the Qr Daryl Thorton 8, Terry Dolphins 24.VT'' ,.,ti, I r ., C PeeWee: 12I with five ,tackles: Richie So far this season spirit' oft,t1 f{ 4 r+f r'i .
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Thompson 4, Jimmy Diggs 5, Kevin Griffl ,.ted, .tJHi .I I) Bel Med Vikings 27 Fender, Mike Carla and Andy among the players has been-
Mike McDuffie 3, Emmett Cowboy defensive el&rt-trJ: j '..The pee wee Cowboys gave Chall all had four tackles: for high but support from parentsand
Watkins 3, Melvin Randall 3, 10 UckU.;.. ;!I. the Bel Med Vikings a tough the Cowboy. Other /tackles fans has been low. Pop PiiJifi :Years Of Training
David Sapp 1, and Robbie were Kenny Davls"aW'Jetg: !i i..testi with Eric Lane scoring were Eric Lane 3, Sam Griffis Warner officials are lookingfor
Godwin 1. Coltrane 6, Vine Culyerson?, {c, two. TD's but the Vikings 3, Chuck Goodowta 2, Kevin better support next week.' '
David :'lie Yhiw4'has7'beensfudyiaugA of karate with the breaking of board than it is to go against

*.'judo boards, blocks of Ice and slabsof someone that can strike backat

Week. ,and Jujrts j rTen, ,years cement Newham's class you," Newham explained.
2-0 MovMltgers; Into First' Place TieThe
I and has aewrrfctd;to tight his won't be concentrating on Newham presently has IS.

.,', "', If, way out of ai ftiiatiattDui he breaking. students enrolled In his course
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Tigers have moved into touchdowns as :rthe.'tjatorsfiousted i for the PAT as the Gators took 32-yard run at the start of the stopped the Bulldogs two still'thtel*,*KK tptWb-has "Breaking is a special skill, but he hopes to eventuallybuild
| a first place tie with the theButldggs,4i2,:i.;. V+ a 134 lead. second half. Club Johnson ran times inside the 5-yard line been usetiifeiff.W'fV j there are some people who the class up to :25-30(
' Gators in the boys flag football Both teams ,excbaagedearly [t ." ,Andy Griffis cut the Gators for the PAT giving .the Gators and stopped all Bulldog extra, ? can break object but may not students. The course runs
< league after picking up TD's as ClasckJofrgsn \, leadto, one with an 8-yard run a 27.12 lead. point attempts led the Gators the prieoe Z ptE tt Ua have the skills for self through Dec. 15 and costs $20.
\ two wins without a loss in this scored on a 23-yard: ]ntn for tile j f' for a TD but Steve Griffis to a 21-18 win. knitsosk defense," Newham said. "It's The class will be offered on a
f week's action sponsored by, Galore and Stephen\$pqq& tuilt the lead back with a 37- The Bulldogs. awed "tits actually easier to break aDavid year-round basis.

.!, the Starke Recreation returned the kick oa Ii yard I I yard TD run to give the Gators gap on a Duane SartTD run Steve Griffis passed' 20 scoot head eo 1ti f m --.- ..- --_._._ ,,....'_- -,- :Ii"'I' ",
Department. for a TD to tie tpaaraoraatb. r *: 19-12 lead at halftime. but Gators -counteredwitha.. yards to Eddie Thompkins for olttuA" L P i'4
1 Tigers 26-BulldogS 14 Steve Griffin ........46 an r 'I.' TD on a 15-yard pas from the first Gator score but the
Chuck Johnson passed for for the QattJl"w,41)> t':,,,4titeve' Griffis scored his Chub J ohn o..';to('Eddie<; Bulldogs came back on, 9-yard
1 three TD's and ran for a passed to JddIpt!: _'!'4tJ .third TO of the afternoon on a Thompk ta., Jobnmn's ,. '. I fourth as the Tigers stopped -- I'z the PAT to "the.pare SSf toe score at 64. laNa
,.'. S the Bulldogs 2614. 18. Steve Griffis put the Gator*
| Johnson passed to Curtis = 3 : J" .in front at halftime when he,1'

: ,1. Griffin for the Tigers first The Bulk i'"I ed jW: passed 45 yards to Chub
.. score and ran 10 yards with)an more time oo-. pass.::from Johnson for a TD. Griffis ran :
: intercepted pass for the Searle to Mike Waters, for the PAT to make the score
, '
Tigers second TD. } ettst'protecttat
i The Bulldogs closed the gap 'f] b
just before halftime when Tigers 14:Ga/sra'it ice'', .. Stephen Spell cut the Gaton'
Andy Griffis ran 22 yards for a. Curtis Griffin ran for 5-ranI lead to two when he ran 17 ,, asgrOSntNewl
TD and then ran for the two TD in the last minute at Jbe, yards for a TD but the Gators ll .
point conversion to make the game to givethw Tigers si 14-* came back on a >40-yard jr ,
, score 12-8 at the half. win over the Qa tors.moving: kickoff return by Steve
( Johnson passed to Eddie the Tigers inter aj f.tn.e* Griffis. Chub Johnson passed
McGee for a score at the startof : tier to Eddie Thompkins for.the'
the second half to increasethe & .tr ..." .r PAT to.make the score %11The \ b'.Nigtr
lead for the Tigers to 18-8. J \ The 9} d wAt bit r r
Stephen Spell cut the Tiger early in-rc'InItJWf": .: Bulldogs final acme,
lead to four when he ran 6 e fra $ : yard run by Me6ai RjOey fee, Came on a pass from Andy.
yards for a Bulldog TD. a TD. Eddie >McG e tone .; Griffin to Duane Searle. tee l utaa.

Johnson put icing on the + ., rd the PAT to make the score a-0... Boys league standings slaw '
cake for the Tigers when he >:'. '. (!.It. the Tigers and the Gaines tied ef
hit McGee with a 24-yard pass The Gators only store came' :with a record of 6-4 while tile 1 1i t
for a TD. Johnson ran for the late in the second half-on a. Bulldogs are last with a 8-7' '1jtX.tlseiadleol.; :
conversion to make the score Steve Griffis to Eddie record.On The tsl rtsummer ajMt rtry
26-14. Thompkins pass.: Griffis inn' far .New-
Gators 35. ulldogs 25 c .- for the conversion to tie the Thursday,October 20 the ham made 'Oattanoogar'fisep -
Steve Griffis ran for threeI1SI.jOI.F score but the Gator defense ; ; "isbidyu
Tigers play the Bulldogs in the
,
,nnnj. rfN couldn't stop the Tigers in opener and the Tigers meet t tbne irotber
:\ : Family Fun: their last drive for the winning the Gators in the second Pat nto.Cliattanoojpl
Thurs. Is Ladies! Day: Soc Per
ar f' score. game. On Tuesday, Oct. 25, B11S i lt2 wrod
flame.MIMOOLF
the Bulldogs have two game tptlutb; tall
.La q: w s _
.. .k' ., meeting the Gators in the .Mote.
Gator n-Bnlkl. CS W< tr:,five
: : 5 Free Passes CO'bre8k opener and facing the Tigers L"t
outside while
Curtis Griffin tries ,to be teammate
A tough Gator defense that hours .a N .1' wasstudyiugidttipueNewham
Score Each Month. in the second
For I Low
: Eddie McGee ties np B.W>j Jpp with a block. game. ., .. .. ..... .. ... ,"...::-
_'"I-' t; Nt''hamstcht'l
two students in his karate class as
Kitchens Badcock : iLireof one practices a kick: to the chin.:
[ Tops h
WE ENCOURAGE PRICECOMPARISON 'i gs thmi '

explained! I4nepldest

.., Gains Share' Of ]Lead of The n! ar'riti ire Floridian Receives

y yIt i: bund la inlet inmg4u

t!t :Kitchens; Tile moved into a intercepted a. John Watson LWCI got on the board first: goer Wlgg mete
: .H'iflrst place tie in the men's flag pass and returned it for a when Ronald Scott ran 2Q dquve ; Conservation Award
football league Sunday by score. yards for a TD making the'scOl'e s. ; ht! a eined.
is our sincere belief that nowhere in thir'1'. ] beating league leader Bad- Watson passed 15 yards to 60.Draw While ch'usa aBy
area will the family obtain a funeral service as' ) 'cock 31-12 in action sponsoredby Ratliff for Badcock's final Tite came back to as ociatea the kfeka-aud chops Dr O.E. Frye, former The C.W. Watson Award is
complete in comforting details as our moder-. *l the Starke Recreation take the lead at the half when director o' .he Florida Game presented annually at the fall
ately priced services. The public is invited to. ',) Department. score.C Boys 21-Merchants t* Chris Chandler passed 29 i vws4tt and Fresn Water Fish meeting of the Southeastern
visit selection room and ( / ': In action the previous week A late TD on a pass from yards to Harold Chandler for a ifl ,, Comiilssion, was named Association to the career Indi-
I our compare our "? M Badcock was charged with a Joey Bennett to Joey Branson.. TD.Chandler passed to Kenny' t recipient of one of the nation's vidual who. in the opinion of
, prices. t{I" l loss after fight broke out in lifted the Country Boys to a 2J-4'' Hampton for the PAT to make. ad" most prestigious conservation the award committee, has
'their game with Draw Tite. 19 win over the Merchants. the score 78.Chandler Kee .i awards Tuesday, October 11, made the greatest contribution
t i That decision was later The lead seesawed back and increased DrawTote's T during the annual meeting of to wildlife, fish and
reversed giving Badcock back forth the whole game with the lead to 13-6 when he ran the Southeastern Associationof natural resource conserva
DeWitt C. Jones Benton Fut h 'sole possession of first place Merchants scoring first on a 20 yards for a TD but LWCI Y d dbythth Fish and Wildlife Agenciesin tion.
> 'going into Sunday's game with Tom Paladtno pass to William came back to tie the game aonstbtt San Antonio Texas.In .
< Harold Johnson 4 ,r j {itchene. Vass. Paladiao passed to when Leroy Gardner ran 2O eatlenDepar The award is given jointly
.. t ,::4&. Kitchens 31-Badcock: 12 Dean Brown for the con yards for a TD and Scott t2aenti ttgup awip an announcement beforea by the Southern Division of the
i! {It(Kitchens scored three version to take 6 7-0 lead.' passed,, to Jackson for the over a le standing room only audienceof American Fisheries Society,
DeWitt C.JonesFuneral .- 'I I second half TD's breaking the The Country Boys came PAT. the Sie-terA.vi dr wildlife workers, James the Southeastern Section of
game wide open and taking an back on a 20-yard TD run and Larry Lee put LWCI into the Tip a 12+ tIA ,vii Keeler of the Alabama the Wildlife Society and the

Home ., :' :.,. >I easy win over Badcock. 5-yard conversion run by lead when he caught a 20-yard uCwwS Department of Conservationand Southeastern Association ofFish
Stark !|I..fi Badcock scored first when Bennett to take an a-7 lead pass from Scott to make the tn; chairman of the C.W and Wildlife Agencies.
;
Keyat-,
:\ J ,John Watson hit Tommy Jackson Prevatt passed 10 score 1913. ran tor Watson Award selection
964-8200
4-134Ue.-: ,$] Bailiff with a 60-yard pass for yards to Curtis Crawford for a Chris Chandler got Draw tor.'a, committee named Earle Fryeof Frye who launched a
';', a TD and a 6-0 lead. TD to put !the Merchants back Tite back into the game with15yard third in,beiclili ttie.Aaiders'tB7. Florida as the individualmost conservation career as a wildlife
:. ;* Kitchens using the passing into the lead 13-8. run for a TD that top the -.. deserving to wear the biologist in 1946 retired as
I 3 j of Randall McGee, fought Just before halftime Bennett threw the game into an. Frsncia ,* idirt n laurels as champion of wild director of the Game and
GE's Highest Efficiency tr f';, 1 beck to score twice and take a passed to Branson lot a overtime. the bess Iitale 20 life, fish and natural resource Fresh Water Fish Commission
.'.. :.12-6, lead at halftime. McGee TD to put the Country Boys Draw Tite won in the yards te aTD conservation. in June 1977. He
t passed 10 yards to Dale Haas back In.the lead. 'Bennett overtime on penetration. giving es3eid.Betoee served as director of the wildlife -,
Central Air
Executive Condition r lor the first score and hit John passed to Danny Thigpin for Badcock and Kitchens are' ate' ;Francis agency from 1965 and as
Powell with a 50-yard pass for the conversion to make the tied for the league lead with 'scored. i .: rsa is ie- Wildlife Permits president of the Southeasternand
':'the -second TD. score 15-13 at the Jalf. records of $-1. Draw Tlte-ls- crease International Fish and
"j{Kitchens carried their Jackson Prevatt passed to next with a record of 3-3 and Theit lbeit Wildlife Associations.He .
USES LESS ;I 'Bponentum) into the second Erie Biggs for. a Merchants the Merchants and the last TD 'Still Available

wELECTRICiT.. t Malt'. with McGee! passing to TD in the second half giving.' Country Boys are tied with 2-4 'died atehw presently guides the
1 Wayne Tetstone for a 61-yard the lead back to the Merchants records. LWCI in last place ldiIr4Is Florida citizen waterfowl
t score giving Kitchens an 186vlfad. at 19-1S but the Bennett with a 1-5 record. Sportsmen who haven'tgotten conservation program of
: : i ., to Branson TD gave the lead Next Sunday Oct. 23. LWCZ'Insets their quota permit to Ducks Unlimited from his
j' TvI'Jirnmv Prevail: kept things.rnWng.or.Kitchens.when and the game. "hock' to the- the Country Boys in the"DhkwTite cmneaAa hunt on a wildlife home base in Tallahassee.In .

he Coun .8oJIL,,.. -s. ._....., ', apeller ., management area during the .. .
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first tuneda of .
\ laKes Off KitchetU" >'s the generals .
hit John Powell with a 20-yard Draw THe IVtWCI IJ t .-pass for a TD making the Dray Tito Vas forced to. Jn.4he second game..In-the... '.hunting season have one last -Watson Award,'Frye said bier "' ''''' .
than many other comparab( units t![: i 3 score 246.. McGee scored the an overtime to tau a lU win. third game Badcock meets the.- #hrst3tcgreDelWrik chance. was both honored and pleasedand

.. 1 > final TD for Kitchens when he over L.WCI. .Merchants. felt that much of the
I II V' "20.000 permits are still credit for his conservation
General rt.- tor, available and will be Issued on achievements should be given
Electric's Finest t A iatoi D'ea a 5a a first-come, firstservedbasis to the many with whom he had
BHS Drops Two In Volleyball yard pesa l*arais toTfie ," said Fred Stanberry, worked over the years, for
Central Air
'
Conditioner ; 4 director of the division of without their continual aid
.t.res't'l i wildlife of the Game and and support much of that
with high quality '*. : :"The BHS Volleyball team In the second game 1 BUS' The two losses drop the BHS ,, ''t, ra Fresh Water Fish Com which has been done would remain
make it best f had their this
your problems weekas found themselves ill an even mission. undone.
record to 37. Today (Oct. 20)
buy in central : .; they were routed byi deeper hold falling behind M at 4 BHS travels to Oak. first TpeL trOQ'ef1 a.,4it "Four special phones will be
air j Buchholz 15-2.15-4 and lost to before finally ioaing 13-7.' p.m. ; used in Tallahassee throughNov. "I feel>," Frye"- said, ."both
,,-- conditioning "r ihP 1 Hall On Tuesday Nov. 1, the
Santa Ft by a 15-12.15-7 score. "Santa Fe beat us with their at1d'aaajttbttise.4 4, to handle the requestsfor honored and humble and this
..INeI.MTA IMMMJM.. ) t i I i Buchholz, undefeated this home III: the ," award is
= =-= '.--1jl I .'u..w MUM strong serve, we Just couldnt :Tornadoes return remaining requests one of the greatest
8 ''i _____ '' .', .i t year, used a powerful serve handle it." Harvey,said.. .' face Palatka at 7 p.m. he said. that a conservation worker
last 'Thursday and Tornado f Sportsmen who call will can receive from his fellow
H CII"C'f+ ; .' ,i errors to take the lopsided a fr lt o to .need their 1977.78 wildlife workers. While there is
I[victory Frosh Gridders Lose 32-O the f'ThM great
>!I ,JI "' management area stamp satisfaction In this
Qh- ; 'K like
was they hypnotized number.
recognition, there
=" n is
;:: ;;;;; ai..."v .J MOW_..MiIIMMM.Y-.4.._."-....!.,- ,.......,'t/ .1,,,1M. .,.ny players they Just stood The Bradford High II, ub" better game last l week. Caadi> '* '. "When a hunter calls, he even greater reward perhaps in ,,
r'J'
r. around and
= ".I. didn't do anything man footballers took Hartley aid. BHS waan'taa: 'Dates -- will be told whether or not watching a flight of
..... .Td'---.I...' .. .' right" Coach Inez Harvey a. 32-0 ter tints sl rive there are in the early
i ,. -r. kla..4.e !. :! drubbing Tuesday night .is) aggressive in Macclenny: ; any openings morning mallards silhouetted
--....' I-.........<... t.. .,..d.. Macclenny' for their second tile freshmen were the pr*>. Tls. !Med area he wants and can select against a winter sunrise and
'"
= 'w-... i /Against Santa Fe the loss In two _. rious\ week. alternative locations," the knowing deep down that
IA
""---= I .......1 ..., .. r i..., T.Tvrnadoes again hadJlftlblama division director said. were instrumental in you
.. setting
} !I with a good serve as Kevin ) irtircepteal Telephone numbers to call this scenery.
Want Mori IrtorHHtion? t t.J J I ,Sey Jell behind 6-0 in the first one pall aad'&nUy 1IM4'! The freshmen team at BIB' for permits are: (904) 488- He concluded, "Not every
+.a nr ;.gme. Job In tile 8118 4IIw......i U at a disadvantage .In tbat tlsl\ g4 7A.r' '.tM 11311 (904) 488-9312, ((904) 488- conservation worker will be
CALL FOR FREE SURVEY AND ESTIMATE. f 11. $HS slowly chipped away at field, Coach. _.. nar.al, players don't get to peaches '9313, and ((904) 488-4314. fortunate as to receive tte so
GORDON i i &the Balder lead using thesegues said. Brett SIo.IIJa oleo art a unit but practice with UM, YlkOas COLLECT call will not be C.W. Watson Award, but each
w.fJ: ( [ of Emma Murphy, a good gnatt == ngiiar Juaior varsity' !.' ,accepted Stanberry said. and every individual bresmt'
.
':Rtty .Jean Hudson and I r. aJSu4on. many of ttw better* can reap the rich dividends
AIR CONDITIONING & HEAT"- t'Vfeuda Brown,and took a 12.9 Offensively; :V; '..taints. ) grade players pUy.eata .; ti essBalanced personal satisfaction\ in
J! :Ll lead before the Raiders came Mike JordUlId1DOd i ,1 .'> regular Junior arsids*,;' 1 helping to protect our rich

H y 10O B lw en Slark* t Keytlone f bact4l0 take the game 1512. running the tartbaL 1. j; 't0 a light turnout .of.);.., 1 L a rare gift. judgment is wildlife heritage for "",sr.
The freshmen played), "' sophomore players.' > $ k jar aliens to come"
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Tornadoes Tumble 24-OTo Ware County Gators



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.doI Showing almost no offensive Tornadoes, Ware County sideline. Mathis was the Mathis got four yards for BITS 32 where he was tackled. timing and Evans caught the
i ';" punch, Bradford High footballers gained 269 yards for the night, safety valve on the play, but the Gators on first down, then When Tyson fell the football football over Cumming'shead.
';) found themselves 190 rushing and 79 passing. the primary receiver was 16 yards on second down up rolled out from under him into .
soundly shut out 24-0) In a Much of the 190 rushing covered by BHS, leaving the BHS middle before the hands of a Gator player on
dismal trip to Ware County, yardage came right up the Mathis the entire field. linebacker Dale Rogers the ground front of Tyson. Big Stalvey got the touch-
i{ f f.1lj Georgia last Friday night. BHS middle, from tackle to BHS was hurt on the same stopped him at the BHS 6 yard Ware County had another down, his second >In less than
Ware County High of tackle. play !several times. Mathis line. Big Steve Stalvey, 190 opportunity from the BHS 32, two minutes, on the next play
Waycross, 6-0 after beating had a 31 yard pass play in the pounds, ran through the BHS and made good. from 11 yards out. Hinnant
,. BHS and ranked fifth in its STATISTIC Bas War. second period but BHS defense with tackles bouncingoff again added the PAT for the
.1lj class in Georgia high school Plnl Downs 4 II secondary defenseman Duane him, for the TD on the next Big playMcCray 21 yard pass final score of 24-0.
football, was simply too much Yard nuihlni 51 19. Cummings intercepted a later play. Hinnant added the PAT from to tight end
# for the stingy Bradford Yard P.itlng. J7 ...79' pass to stop that threa t. and the Gators led 17-0) with It was the second BHS loss
defense! with no help from the PA-PC-PI Fumbl.t-L.it 11-H 1-1 4-1- The Gators had to work on 6:53: left in the game. Lee Evans at the 11 yard line. of the season against three
:;',!. ;/-,1, ,i,1 after the first period, 10-0 in 4.40 Mathis and big Howard drove Marvin Tyson returned the with Evans, leaped for the shutouts, the first by Buchholzof
,! the third period and two : : out the yardage behind a hard ensuing Gator kickoff to the football but misjudged his Gainesville\ ,
'.'< fourth period TD's made It 24- 1) Ware Co.-Howard, 5 yard blocking Gator offensive line,
0. run. EP-Hinnant, kick, good getting 6,6,6,3, and 12 yards to
, 2)) Ware Co.-Hinnant, 26
the BUS eight yard line.
,'/,;: BHS never got inside the yard field goal. At Its 8, the BHS defense
' Ware County 44 yard line. The 3)) Ware Co.-Stalvey, 6 yard stiffened. Middleguard i
& Waycross eleven ran 58 of- run. EP-Hinnant, kick, good. Kenneth Cruger got into the
fensive plays to 35 for BHS. In 4)) WareCo.-Stalvey, 11 yard Gator backfield and hit Mc F ,
:,M''. the first half Ware County ran run. EP-Hinnant kick, good. Cray but the slippery Gator 100.'r
\
- .i 24 plays from scrimmage to 13 signal caller still fell forwardto
\ ) BHS. Ware County drove 50 yardsfor the 6'i yard line. On second
. the first period score. down Cruger again got hold of
;';1
" : Ware County ran what Fullback Calvin Howard, a McCray in the Gator backfield
amounted to an eight man hard driving 190 pounder, and McCray's pass was in-
'c" line, with two outside went five yards for the score complete in the endzone.On .
v: linebackers on the line of on a beautifully executed
Y.', I scrimmage and the two inside pitchout off the triple option. third down the left side of 1 I
: '? linebackers just a step back, Quarterback Timmy McCray the BHS defense strung out a x 1 1I
'''';1 to effectively cut off the made the pitch at the last Gator triple option and
. (;,J I Tornado running game. BHS second with a Tornado tackler tackled Mathis for a two yard I)
had just 57 yards rushing for hanging on. Steve Hinnant loss back to the nine yard line. "\
the night.It kicked the PAT. From there, Hinnant kicked taI 9"
forced BHS to go to the Hinnant made it 10-0 with a the field goal. + ;,' gat;! It
air Quarterback Jeffery 26 yard field goal at 2:12: in the
Norman threw 11 passes, third period.The Gators drove After the third period Gator
more than all season, com- 55 yards to the BHS nine yard field goal BHS had two more ,
pleted five and had one in- line but had to settle for the possessions, but failed to 4t!
The passes BHS field goal. make a first down. Two short 4 I
competed were short tossesto Initial first down and the punts pushed BHS back i
the flat for less than 10 biggest play on that drive wasa toward its goal line. The first
yards. BHS gained 37 yards 23 yard pass from QB Mc- went for 25 yards, the second ... ,
the to James Mathis went only nine BSSBflB i MMB*' J""w*" I1L" ,t
passing; longest com- Cray comingout yards giving
pletion was for 10 yards. of the backfield. Mathis Ware County a first down on Donald Reddish, who went deep with the primary receiver, comes back to make the tackle on i'
Meanwhile, handling the took the pass on the fly in the the 32, and setting up the \Mathls. Ware County completed the same pass play for 31 yards in the second period and 23 yards .
football twice as much as the flat and. raced down the second Gator TD. in the third period. The 23 yard gainer for the Gators was the biggest in a 55-yard 12 play drive JI
Their feet
tangled over each other's Tony Tanner of Ware __ .C which resulted In the third period field goal which made the score 10-0,Ware County.
County, in dark uniform, and Bradford's Duane Cummings hit .F I
the dirt as Tanner was heading for the pass above. BUS was I
penalized 13 yards and Ware County got a first down on the play. .
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Score First WinThe v

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Tornado JV's scored The defense was anchoredby .- 'ft I''
their first touchdown of the '77 the play of Randy Thompson '.\' 4

season Thrusday, Oct. 13, and Frank Swindell, Kevin p ,
in the process picked up their Reddish and Timmy Jones.

first win, 14-8 over the Palatka. Timmy"Randy Jones Thompson controlled and the ._ ft ..;. '" .... .''' .d ';-,' .. ...0... .. '.
junior varsity footballers.The --------- --"-"-- -------------
Tornadoes had been inside and outside from their Marvin Tyson returns the first fourth period kick off from the BItS 15 to the 32 where he fum-
shut out in their first three middle linebacker and nose bled the ball into the hands of a waiting Ware County Gator. The play set Ware County up on the
games but Phillip Sawyer guard positions. Three or four BHS 32 and a third touchdown, making the score 24-0, resulted four plays later.
broke the string of 13 scorless times Randy stopped Palatkamen The second TD came Just moments earlier after Ware County took over on the Tornado 32 aftera
quarters when he carried the in their own backfield nine yard BHS punt.
ball over from the yard line before the plays even got
in the second quarter. started," Coach Mike Hartley


terback The by BHS fine Timmy touchdown runs Jones by was and quar setup a said.Hartley said the defensive BHS Out Of The Frying .Pan ,

Jones to Ronald :Mathews pass secondary showed im .. ,.. .. .....' _. ''', "1'Jri.-, :ti.; r I .
,thaL,. elpeq..keep the drive provement In the game but :
they still need a lot of work. Into '
"Ocala Forest"!
alive. "We were getting good : Fire One of the worst errors BUS made against Ware County High is shown above on the play action
The Tornadoes fumbled on positioning from our secondary pass from quarterback Timmy :McCray to James :Mathis coming out of he backfield. :Mathis has
their extra point attempt but but they still aren't It's out of the frying pan and Nothing tricky is expectedof over to them," says the the entire left flat to himself because a BUS linebacker took the fake and didn't follow him into the
Randy Thompson recoveredthe aggressive!! enough," Hartleysaid. into the fire for Bradford High Forest. The Wildcats run veteran BHS grid mentor. flat.The
ball for BUS in the end/one footballers who must travel to the football right at opponents "We must play good sound play hurt the Tornadoes several times. The Gators completed It for 31 yards! in the period
In the Ocala tomorrow down to the BUS 27 yard line, but Duane Cummings ended the threat with
for the two point conversion. previous games big night forcing mistakes, defense. an interception two
.
Palatka came back to tie the problem on offense was poor (Friday Oct. 21)) to meet then capitalizing on the mis- "With a good effort and ball plays later.An
game with 30 seconds blocking by the offensive line undefeated Forest High takes. The Wildcats are expected control we can win the football
remaining in the first half but Thursday the line looked School in the Wildcat's home- to run the football game."
when Cornel West took the much better, coming game at 8 p,m. strait up the BHS middle. Buchholz awaits Forest Ole Country WTiippin9Waycross
ball in for the TO. Charlie "As a whole the offense dida Forest is currently the top try to stick it down following the BHS game.
Krancisran for the conversion better job getting off the ranked Class 3A high school in your throat t," says BHS Forest may be looking past
knotting l the score at 8-8 ball. Strong guard Jay Griffis the state The Wildcats are defensive mentor Mike BHS to the Bobcats, BHS
The Tornadoes j gave the and strong tackle Randy currently tied for' seventh Sexton.To coaches think. Played Well, But BHS Played PoorlyWare
Panthers a break on their first Thompson did some fine place in the state high school beat Forest, BHS must BUS middle guard Kenneth
play from scrimmage of the blocking" Hartley said. grid rankings.. Tickets are contain the Wildcat quarter- Cruger left the Ware County
second half when they fumbled With more time to operatethe available at BHS: $3 for back, senior Tyrone Young, 6- game after the first half with a County played very referring to the two fourth football game, Coach Sexton
turning the boll over to execution in the backfieldwas adults $2 for students. 6, 177, and a three year pulled hamstring muscle in well; Bradford High played period Ware touchdowns said. "If it hadn't been for
the Panthers. Palatka moved much Improved. Last season Forest was 112. veteran. Young is especially his thigh. Cruger's injury is poorly and "the combinationjust "We didn't do that bad a job Marty it really would have
the ball to the BUS 10yardline "Timmy Jones did a good The Wildcats were beaten effective when the going is coming around in practice this resulted in a good ole of playing defense, we just dida been rough..."
where the defense held, job reading the defense once during regular season rough keeping the football off week and it appeared Tuesday country whipping' Coach poor job of tackling"" Sexton Defensive tackle Fred Wood
getting the ball back for the operating the veer option and play, then lost to Panama City the option and sliding his night he would be able to play David Hurse says of his explains. also played a "pretty con
offense. handling the offensive team," Bay High in the semi-finals of skinny frame through any against Ocala Forest. Tornadoes' 24-0 shutout at the Veteran defensive tackle sistent" ball game Sexton
Hartley said.Hunning the Class 3A state play-offs. small crack in the defense. "He Is badly needed to hand of the Georgia team last Martv Russell played a good says.Indian.
Phillip Sawyer brought the Forest was defending His long legs carry him six to make our defensive Friday night in Way cross. _n.- __'"
crowd to its feet when he took backs Phillip champion.To seven yards In two steps be- cohesive," says Coach Hurseof "We lost the ballgame last
the ball on the next play and Sawyer and Dwayne McBride date this season the fore the defense can close his cat-quick and tough week beginning on Monday.
out raced the Palatka both drew praise from Hartleyfor Wildcats are unbeaten, with a down if Young is allowed middle guard. They didn't get themselves
secondary 90 yards for a TD. their play against Palatka 6-0 mark. through the line of ,scrim- Fullback Doug Reddish has ready mentally and emotionally Summer
The Panthers drove twice "Phillip found out what he Forest this season looks mage. badly bruised ribs. There is an at all."
more deep into Tornado can do and played up to his much like last year, with the Forest is bigger than BHS. chance" on Reddishplying "By Wednesday it was very V
territory but the defense rose potential and Dwayne did a same quarterback, Tyrone The Wildcat offensive line is Friday night, Hurse evident what their attitudewas
to the occasion both times good job hitting the hole on the Young, and the same fullback, anchored by center Ben says. He will\ be spelled by as there was a lot of : LJOIiYItJ
preventing a score. option," Hartley said. Bert Yancey. The Wildcats WIlliams 6-2 and 205. Esau Bright. laughing and joking going on. r''r" 1
offense is averaging around 30 The Forest defense Is even Running back Marvin That's always a sign >ou're ;
points per game. The Forest larger. Middle guard Maurice seems to have recovered from taking a team lightly."
defense is tough, led by Green is 6-4 and 270 pounds. his hamstring injury and is "Why we took Ware County
defensive end Garry Futch, a Both tackles and one end top now at near full speed in practice lightly I don't know We had ot PRINTINGl
6-3, 205 pound senior who is a 200. Linebacker Biff Daly is a Hurse says. three movies on them: they
good football player, and very 195 pound senior. Other than that, BUS has looked tough." : .
aggressive. The defense is a 5-4, just like the usual bruises and bumpsbut Sad thing about a situation wi .
Forest is not as quick as BHS. Is in pretty. fair shape like the Ware Co. game, the ,: All Types & Sizes
Ware County, Coach Hurse BUS will have to play ball physically. player's attitude can't be
points out, but the Wildcatsare control to beat Forest, says Forest beat BHS 23-14 in changed once he's gotten to
bigger. They have the size Coach David Hurse. regular season play last the ball park. Hurse sa\s At .
and experience, Hurse points "We cannot afford to make season and 14-7 in the post the ball field a coach just has LETTERHEADS
out. mistakes and turn the football season playoff game. to hope for the best in a
situation like last Friday, the '.
head Tornado states. : STATEMENTS

Landfill May Breed Fly Problemthe "Our boys made mistakes 2.x'1.
they hadn't made since the .; '
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The Bradford County "The sanitary landfill is fly problem was found to first week of practice" Hurse BROCHURES
4+d@Af@ '..).' sanitary landfill and William definitely a site of con be providing satisfactory fly continued, citing examples of
/ ft. Cannon's poultry farm on SR- siderable fly breeding and a control. players being out of position
BOOKLETS Etc.
:) 100 were suspected to be the fly management and control and missed blocking assign- -
1
.,, major contributors to the program should be initiated." "My observations were that ments.
,r massive fly problem in the stated Dr. Koehler. It is Smith's farm was not the fi
Crystal Lake area accordingto possible that flies from the source of the massive fly The last time the Tornado
a survey released by Dr. landfill site could fly or be problem for the area," stated eleven was humiliated like
P.O. Koehler of the Universityof blown by the wind approximately Dr. Koehler. "His control Friday night was back in 1975 SPECIAL SAVINGS ON ALL
tti Florida extension service of one mile to program was working well against Tarpon Springs when '
agriculture sciences.On Crystal Lake, he added. and keeping"fly production to "we did "nothing at all offensively If ; CARBONLESS FORMS
September 21, In a minimum. Hurse recalls.
response to a request by O'Nealstated this week that The residential area Ware County was expectinga
"
several Clay and Bradford Bradford County is now surrounding Crystal Lake was tough ball game from BHS FOR INVOICES
County officials and residentsof covering the landfill daily and also surveyed in case area the coach says "They were ,
"- Crystal Lake. Dr. Koehler putting out chemical fly bait residents were not handlingwet scared. Here we had a big ace
along with Jesse Godbold, to reduce the house fly garbage properly. No in the hole and just couldn't STATEMENTS & FORMS
Clay County extension population: evidence of fly breeding take advantage of it."
director Darrell O'Neal and Cannon's farm has had around the residences could BHS had no offensive
) Gene Bray Bradford and Clay severe fly problems In the be located. momentum, but allowed the FOR NOVaBRADFORD
County Health Departments:, past, but control measures highly motivated Gators to
and Pauline Aiken, a lake have been Ineffective, said Dr. After being bothered take charge, offensive line
.. resident visited several K ehler. Bobby Taylor, several months with excessive coach Bob Hancock points out.
;';'. "'< : suspected'areas to try to Bradford Extension director; flies,.,Crystal Lake residents "Our offensive line didn't do PRINTERS 1
determine the source of the fly Lester Kalch extension met September 16 with the basic thing we have to do,

; j problem.During. poultryman; O'Neal and Bradford and Clay officials we didn't"come off the snap 135 W. Call St. Starke Fla.
? Koehler wiith about the The together. When the offense
: ;:i: the investigation It will work problem.
.," t'.. ;; .. was found that the cells at the Cannon In setting up a survey conducted was the failed to move, all the 964-6305
--- to only one TO of the night as landfill were filled with non- management and control result of the Sept. 16 meeting. pressure was put on the k
The JV defense held Palatlla and line helped control Pal.tlla' covered garbage and a very program to solve the problem. Dr.''Koehler said he would defense, Hancock says.
good play. In the secondary DOMlel foster grabs the heavy adult house fly Donald Smith's poultry continue to work with the For 3'/i quarters BHS
scrambling quarterback. Here field. population was conspicuous in farm,which had taken most of group to help find a solution to played pretty good defense, .
Panther QB as he starts to turn up the area. the blame from residents for the fly problem.. Coach Mike Sexton says,


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, DOLORES MENG at the carnival, including all SCHOOL NEWSOn Augustine and she spent the

Phone 468-1915 booths and foods on hand. HINTSBy Saturday evening, weekend with them .

Bookmobile More volunteers with timeto beginning at 5 p.m., the By Elizabeth Terry Mrs Debbie Arwood of

',,' The Bradford County Book donate in helping in any S. Yea eta Lawtey p,T.0. will sponsor its class. These activities Phone: 782-3300 sister, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Jacksonville attended
. mobile parks at the Hampton way are still needed. Mary Annual Halloween Carnival. related were Walker of Hilliard, at Lake homecoming at the MethodistChurch
to Fire Practice
Your County Extension Prevention at 7 'p.m. and
Post Office each Tuesday Donations of cakes or country There will be games and Deborah on the Florida and on Sunday and Mrs.

from 12:30: until 2:30: p.m. store items also will be ap- QUESTION Home Economics: What Agent kind of prizes for all ages, a country Week tober. observed during Oc Wednesday.More Methodist Fellowship. at 7:30: Georgia Line and all of them R.W. Edwards spent Saturdaywith

Books for all age groups are preciated.The do store, popcorn, a haunted LUNCH went fishing. them.
recommendfor MENU
available free of charge the 6th and 7th graders containers you house, and Cakewalk.The than 225 people at- Mr and Mrs. Raymond Mrs. Russell Lines and
? (Mrs. F. G. OCT. 24-28
freezing ) tended the Home
best bargain in town! enjoy wearing their Hampton fish supper features Coming at Williams and family, of daughter of Sumter S.C.
ANSWER We recommendthat MONDAY beef
: : : Vegetable the Methodist Church
Sl'nlortlnns\ Hornets tee shirts recently fried and smoked mullet with Sunday Jacksonville spent Sunday came down Saturday and will
The Hampton Senior acquired.They looked great in materials should be cole slaw, baked beans, soup, french fries, chocolate IIIGIILAND BAPTIST with Mr.and Mrs. O.J Boyett spend 3 weeks with her

Citizens Club meets on these shirts when they moisture-proof and durable. french fries, and hushpuppies, pudding, cheese toast, milk. Sunday School 10 a.m. Wor- and family also Mr. and Mrs. parents, Col.and Mrs. William

Friday, October 21, at 2:00: traveled to Lawtey on October Most containers made all for only $2.00 per plate, TUESDAY: Macaroni and ship Services at 11 a.m. and 7 Fay ,Durban spent Sunday Wilson while her husband Is at
the Hall. Visitorsare 14 to in especially for freezing are cheese, bologna cup, green p.m. Prayer Meeting Wed- afternoon with them.
p.m in City participate sports starting at 5 p.m Everyone is ERlin Air Force Base.
suitable. Glass canning jars sweet peas, applesauce, nesday at 7:30: p.m.
invited to attend these activities. Hampton won their invited to come and enjoy the Mrs. Ada Heath of
and may be used for fruits and biscuits, butter, milk. LAURA BAPTIST: Sundayat Savannah, Ga., spent the Mrs. William
friendly interesting volleyball game 15 to 3 15 activities. Col. and
meetings. to 0, but lost a game 10 to 15. vegetables if enough head- Congratulations are in order WEDNESDAY: Spaghettiwith 10 a.m. and 7 p.m. and week with Mr.and Mrs. Arlie Wilson had a dinner party on
is left for the food meat
Happy Birthday to Robbin They also lost the football space to for the outstanding games sauce, cheese, Prayer Meeting Wednesday at Dobbs. Saturday night They had Mr.

Wadsworth who turned Sweet match 24 to 34. Ben Moxley, expand. Heavy aluminum foil played by the Lawtey Volleyball tossed bread salad, peach crisp, 7:30: p.m.NORTHSIDE, Keith Day, of Jacksonville, and Mrs. Douglas Hardy, Mr.
and containers french milk.THURSDAY .
plastic ,
strong BAPTIST
Sixteen on October 12! Mrs. Carole Shields, \Mrs. \ and Football teams. The : spent Saturday night with his and Mrs. George Simpson and
food from freezer Chili with School
: Sunday 10 a.m. Wor-
TravelersMr. Ernestine Denmark and Mrs. protect Volleyball team lost on Friday grandmother, Mrs. Lucille Mr. and Mrs. Vincent
burn but ordinary waxed beans saltines, cole slaw ship Services 11 a.m. and 7p.m.
,
; Ivey and Mr. and Mrs. D.R. .
and Mrs. Gerald Adkins Jolene Friese accompaniedthe to Hampton Elementary, but bread Spengler of Starke.
flimsy wax-lined cheese sticks Prayer Meeting Wed-
attended the wedding of their students to Lawtey. They paper, the Football team defeated pears Brown and Cynthia.Mrs. On Sunday Col. and Mrs.
Clarie with Mrs. cartons are seldom strong milk. nesday at 7 p.m. Les McClellan and her William Wilson had Mrs.
granddaughter, Toye enjoyed visiting Hampton by a score of 3424.
FRIDAY sand ST JOHN'S
Bologna MISSIONARY
enough or moisture-proof. :
Merlin Bruce Simmons daughter visited her sister, Smith and Elizabethof
Richard to Guy Debbie Bigham who taught at Anthony Windey
wich, potato chips, butteredcorn BAPTIST CHURCH: Worship
Jr. October 15. last Williams and Latimore Mrs. Guy Futch in St. Vin Jacksonville and Mrs Bill
Padgett, on Hampton
year. QUESTION: Are Grade A cookie delight, peaches, Services 11 a.m. and 3 pm. on
cents Hospital in Jacksonville and children and
the Williams scored Hamilton
took at
This wedding place HAMPTON: LAKE !NEWSCONGRATULATIONS: the touch Second and Fourth
large better than GradeA milk. Sundays
eggs Monday afternoon. children also of
two ,
First United Methodist downs. Bruce scored 3 timeson
medium eggs? (Mrs. T. RJ) Prayer Band Monday at noon. and Robertsonwent
Mr Mrs.
Church in Ocala. A reception Mr. and Mrs. Freeman runs of 60, 40 and 70 yards. SMYRNA MISSIONARY Jacksonville
ANSWER: Large are
followed at the Country Clubin III the of eggs Lattimore and CIIURCH to church in Jacksonvilleand Mrs Frances Hamilton
Register are parents bigger than medium eggs, not Anthony ACTIVITIES BAPTIST: Sunday School 10 visited their grand ,
Ocala. Mrs. Adkins a baby daughter, Kimberly better. Remember, size refers scored on runs of 30 and 60 CHURCH OF GOD: Sunday a.m. and 7 p.m. Worship chairman of the administrative -

described the wedding as Nicole, born October 4 at weight of the the grade yards.The. School 10 a.m. Worship Ser- Services 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. daughter, Mrs. Bethany board of the church, was

'simply beautiful'. The bride Alachua General Hospital, refers to quality.egg; Lawtey Dolphins also vices 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. BTS 5:45: p.m. Prayer Meeting North, and in Baptist Mrs. J.B.Hospital. presented a plaque in recognition

wore her mother's wedding weighing 5 IDS. 9 oz. Maternal got excellent defensive plays Prayer Meeting Wednesday at Wednesday at 7 p.m.PERSONALS. Mr down Taylor and of her many services in
gown. Besides the ring grandparents are Mr and from Eddie Herndon and 7:30: p.m. Friday 7:30: p.m. & came Friday night the church. She is moving to a
QUESTION : My : the with Mrs.
presented by the groom, Toye Mrs. Paul Johnson of Athens, evaporated milk has lumps in Walter Padeford. Wayne YPE, Friday 7:30: p.m. Friends of Miss Shery spent Lucille T. evening Ivey and Mr and retirement community in
received the wedding Alabama. Paternal grand- Cribbs did an excellent job of EVERGREEN BAPTIST Jacksonville on November 30.
as a gift it should I throw it away? Shuford regret to learn that Mrs. D.R. Brown and Cynthia.
ring of her grandmother, Mrs. parents are Freeman ''Mrs. P. M.) kicking for the Lawtey team. CHURCH: Sunday School 10 she is a St. Vincent's Eunice of Atlanta
Ruby Redd which still shows Register, Jr. and Mrs. Betty ANSWER: Not necessarily. Today is Halloween dress- a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. Hospital ratientln Our Jimmy with, his ,
Friday parents
the date. 1913. Register. Great grandparentsare day for the Lawtey and 7 Training Union 6 spent
engraved Lumps in evaporated milk are up p.m. prayers are with her. Mr and Mrs. Harold Eunice,
Mrs. Adkins enjoyed Mrs. Alice Register and formed by the solids settling teachers. Teachers will wear pm. Prayer Meeting 6 p.m. Mrs. Marian Hall\ and Mrs. and other relatives.

visiting with her sister and Mrs. Nina Wade of Starke. during storage. The lumps do original costumes in the class Prayer Meeting Wednesday at Coray Hodges of Glen St. Mrs. Floss! Rosier, Mrs.
brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson are and at lunch. 7pm. Mary and their sister Mrs.
not harm the milk. Cans of Anna Lee Reynolds and
T.L. Morris of Macclenny and enjoying a few weeks with evaporated milk can be Lawtey Fire Chief Russ FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH: O.J. Anders were Friday over daughter Carolyn and Mrs.
brother H.W. Preister of their daughter and family. Miscally Sunday School 8:45: Worship
her shaken or turned at intervals presented a night guests of their sister, Ethel Lester, of Birmingham,
Fort Pierce who also attendedthe Happy Anniversary to Mr. during storage to prevent demonstration on the types of Services 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. Mrs. Hester Hicks. Ala. visited Mrs.Anna

wedding and stayed on for and Mrs. Joe B. Oliver who lumping. fire extinguishers and their Prayer Meeting Wednesday at Mr. and Mrs. Jim Cham- Reynolds' sister-in-law, Mrs.
at the will be with for various of 7:30: on Wednesday night. To food
the second reception celebrating proper use types p.m. berlin attended the Shrine Flossie Rosier Wednesdayand coat a in aspic

home of the bride. family and friends on October QUESTION: : Can use fires. Chief Miscally also GRACE UNITED Dance at Lake Asbury, near Thursday. both should be very cold

Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Griffin 22 their 50 years of happiness liquid oil in place of solid you fat in conducted a tour of the Fire METHODIST: Sunday School Orange Park Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Barry Watts and the aspic barely liquid.
weekend visit of Station for first 9:45: a.m. Worship Services 11 Chill between
enjoyed the together making pastry? (Mrs. S. P.) grade On Sunday morning they met went and got their mother, coatings.
their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Russell ANSWER: Yes. Corn, students in Mrs. Silberman's a.m. !and 7:30: p.m. Choir their brother-in-law and Mrs. Bessie Waters, in St.
Mr. and Mrs. Mike Hendersonin Gilbert and baby daughter, vegetable cottonseed
,
Hanahan, S.C. They were Karen Marie, returned to .
soybean, or safflower oil work
all celebrating Mike's their home in Micanopy on well.QUESTION. Thursday Friday
!qually
discharge from the Navy Saturday after one week's E I1aGLE FR E

hich occurred on October 14. stay with the Francis Meng
: : Can I leave and Saturday! 1
Mike is now driving his own family. On Tuesday Karen > cans of fruit juice in the
pen ?
semi truck with North and family were visited by her refrigerator? (Mrs. B. J.) h't ,.,_
"
American Van Lines. Mrs. grandmother, Mrs. Rosella moumnitil a w.a.
Griffin described the autumn Wright great grandmother ANSWER: : Yes, but some IANd.RICAIII, !! MM 1'UMInua GLASSWARE SET
acid fruits and juices may _ ..I 64 umnmOUHIUXUM..
the Mrs. Mane Fullerton and
as
scenery on trip very I
acquire a metallic\ taste. The
? rest'
beautiful. aunt Mrs. Doris
great '
taste is not but
pleasant
and Mrs Wilfrid all of Jacksonville. ,
Mr. Wheatley
neither is it harmful.
Fontaine attended the Arts Kenneth Crawford has
For further information
and Crafts Festival at returned home following heart savm1Just !
concerning household
your ,
October 15. Someof
Micanopy on surgery. super
write to your County Extension -
Fontaine's handicraftswere Among those attending the Home Economics
besides thoseof football at
on Friday
on display game
Agent, Mary S. Yearta, P.O.
many other talented people. Waycrosswere: Mr. and Mrs.
Drawer 1028, Starke, Florida

School School personnel News and Jerry children, Jerry Wadsworth Jr. and Justin.and 32091 or 284 call, or Lake 964-6280 Butler-Extension look at these fantastic le values

parents were happy to learnon the Joe Riddick family, the 496-2321.
Monday that the School Connie Clark family Mr. and

Board has approved the Mrs. E.W. Hodges and Mr.

paving of the parking lot at the and Mrs. Ralph Morgan. Even

school. This will be a big helpon though the Bradford Tornadoes LEGALSNOTICE S.T.P. ;

school days and occasions were defeated the T'

when the school grounds are group enjoyed traveling to FAMOUS QUALITY
used for activities. Waycross and cheering for OF INTENTIONTO ) 1Tievy

Report cards were sent their team. REGISTER OIL I ? ??I ,I \ CORDUROY JEANS

home with students on October Beverly Meng flew to Miamion FICTITIOUS NAME Y AT A FANTASTIC

17. Signed notice of Friday to spend the Pursuant to Section 865.09 I BARGAIN PRICEI

receipt by parents or guar- weekend with Tim Florida Statutes, notice is hereby tin

dians on attached slips are to McLaughlin and family. given that the undersigned TREATMENT :I i 9T
be returned to the school at Lyndle Kirtley P.O. Box 581, R III

once. Keystone Heights, Florida } 2pJ
Lunch :Menu 32656 doing business under the Sold alaawhar*lot up to BIB,
Since October 21st is a
Oct. 24-2X firm name of "THE WOOD Was spa / IL 4i1I thaaa |aana ara an iner.dibNduroy I
Teacher Planning Day 1 \ r.lu.or |lu.l 7.441/ Thay'ra"
parents may consult with :\ .\\' : Sloppy Joe on BOX," Highway 21, Melrose, SAVEI 00 1j L SAVE 19% III II I I pol ...../co"otI
Bun, Tossed Salad Buttered Florida, 32666, intends to DRESS/SPORT SHIRTS I with avary fashion extra, 'In

instructors make an appointment on that day for or a Corn. Fruit Cup, Cookie, Milk. register said fictitious name C Vx60' GARDEN HOSE .EVEREAOY BATTERIES G i 19-moat*}. popular eolora. Sizaa

Tl'KSDXY; : Roast Beet, under the provisions of aforesaid 9 9 WAS WERE 2 M
future visit. rlinVB 1 44
,
:Mrs. JoLene Friese and her :Mashed Potatoes, Green statute. 0' Naal polyaalar cotton, aollda II I I II II 1P

co-workers are very busy Peas. Pear Half with Cheese, Lyndle Kirtley, owner. Haavy duty 100% vinyl with Famous quality haavy duty 4 paltarna. Man'a B lo XL.
[finalizing plans for the Hot Roll Milk.KDNESnY. Dated this 13th day of October I aolid braaa coupling!. I volt ballarlaa In pkg.ol 2.

Halloween Carnival to be heldat \\ : Meat Sauce A.D. 1977 at Starke

the school on October 29. with Spaghetti, Greek Salad, Florida.

The Poster Contest will be French Bread, Apple Crisp, 10/134tpd 11/3
:M dk.TIIURSDA't'. ttiriattC
judged on October 21. 5th, 6th i
and 7th grade students are : Turkey NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO i/ !
selling tickets at 15 cents eachon Sandwich Mixed Vegetables, REGISTER M 1,
the Snoopy TImex Watch Tomato Wedge Banana FICTITIOUS NAME V 10%
Pudding, Potato Chips, Milk.FRIDAY ) r r t+
and Transistor Radio on Pursuant to Section 86609 BASKETBALL SHOES e.

display in the Library The Seafood Pattie Florida Statutes, notice is '/ 4ri
Potato Salad
Hush
Puppies,
student selling the most hereby given that the under WERE64
Fruit Mallow Milk.
tickets will have a free night signed Lyndle Kirtley, P.O. Box SAVE 13% VALUE PLUS SAVE92% Soma irragt., man'a 7-12, 1 r
581, Keystone Heights, Florida boya' 24-6, youtha' 10-2. /
GAL. MURIATIC ACID VINYL RUG) RUNNERS CHEEZELS SNACKS 1E
32656, doing business under the !
FMIIA
EmergencyFarm LegalNOTICE firm name of "KEYSTONE WAS' 44 DISC. 66WEAE 3 S1

LoansDeadline HEALTH CLUB," Highway 21, PRICE :
Melrose Florida, 32666 intendsto Kaopa pool walla and deck Prolact carpal agamat' waar. Cnap frlad chaaaaflavoradcorn l1'/ .
TO VACATE PLAT register said fictitious name non-alippary. w/ragular u... GoId.grn,cl..r.21","wd.. anacka In 3 Da cana. A V SA VE 2.00 ,

( ExtendedTo : under the provisions of aforesaid SAVEIS% MEN'S PRINT SHIRTS CASUALJACKETS

Notice is hereby given that statute. SAVEn'Z SA VE1.00 .. WERE

Dee. 2 on Monday the 7th day of Lyndle Kirtley owner. COLORFUL STACKING REYNOLDS 12" 2S FT. I TRANSISTOR i"E444 ..... 4.88

November, 10 A.M. the Dated this 13th of October PORTABLE
at
day MUGS WRAP
AM RADIO Seraan prmtad polyaatar PoI ..'. and... c...)-....
The U S. Farmers Home County Commission of Bradford A.D. 1977 at Starke, $ I PENNY LOAFERS w/iengal.w. In S.M.L.XL. unlinad. .Input a la XL.Claasic .
Administration iFmllA) has County, Florida will hold a public Florida. 3 1 29 o 2.88 EI

extended to Dec 2 the hearing m the chambers of the 10/134tpd 11/3/ R DISC. 5.88
deadline for farmers in County Commission on the first WERE 3LL1i WA8,1T0, WASJM PRICE

Bradford County to apply for floor, Bradford County Courthouse alyla w/wipa, clan VALUE PLUS! VALUE PLUS!
rS.ln rich brownIE,
farm emergency loans to Starke Florida, to IN THE CIRCUIT COURT SAVE 31% SAVE20% VALUEPLUSI upp WESTERN POPLIN GOLF

cover losses caused by this consider an application for EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF ( a) 1 OUNCE SHIRT FOR JACKETS FOR
year's drought and other vacating a portion of the plat of FLORIDAIN ..4._ KITCHEN pica.or 10 a01 \CHLORDANE Slav, Our, MEN ASST.COLORS.IN. MEN,ApT.
CLEANSER SP1|1 GALLON DUSTIN ITIIL Itl .' COLOR* INt.M.L.XL.
natural disasters. Keystone Estates Unit 1. Plat AND FOR BRADFORD TRASH SAGS .1 35 .4LS.BAO S.M.L.XL I .
Book 3, page 18, public recordsof COUNTY $ I
The agency's County Bradford County Florida R 79c 24ff4 .5.94 i.1 6.8
James C.
Supervisor. more particularly described as CIVIL ACTION : DISC. PRIG: \ DI.MIC!
WERE DISC. E
Wilkinson, said the extensionhas follows: /Ie

been ordered by Secretaryof All lots, blocks and streets JOE BROWN Plaintiffvs ;'

Agriculture Bob Berglandfor shown on the plat of Keystone
applications under droughtor Estates Unit 1, recorded in Plat ROXIE BROWN. Defendant 3 VE 1.n0

other emergency loan- Book 3, page 18, public recordsof CASE No. 77447NOTICE ( ; MEN'S WORK SHOES SAVE 10% VALUE PLUS!

eligibility designations that Bradford County, Florida, less F G MEWS LEATHER-LIKE i'N
would expire before Dec.2.. and except the following portions OF SUIT WERE 1 1 94 MO-IRON d PVC JACKET I .
provided the designations are : NO PROPERTY SAG jl % SHOUTS, NYLONI1NED, 1', I/I
Ganuina ,
Goodyaar wail t"
2412 /MLxL, /
based on disasters that have f1pGi pJP ;
Lot One, Block One Lots laalhar uppara. Snot 7-12
occured on or after July 1 1.t9.6. 1. Seven and Eight, Block Four, TO: Roxie, Brown, Richton, t 4.44M2e 1 +
V V
The Secretary's action and that portion of Hiawatha Mississippi WERA4( DISC. PRICE
6 I' I
was taken under LVrve East of the
lying Southerly v
SAYEUPT011I SAVE VALUE PLUS!
requirements of recent projection of the Western YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat \

emergency loan legislation boundary of Lot Eight, Block an action for Divorce has KITCHEN ACCESSORIES CHROME FLATWARE HANGER ASSORTMENT

i PL 93-89)) signed by Four, Keystone Estates Unit 1, been filed against you and you WERE WAS DISC. SAVE2S% 1.a i
President Carter as shown on the plat thereof are required to serve a copy of UP2 wsj 8II 1 PRIG! 88 C COTTON tEl

Farmers lacking other recorded in Plat Book 3. page your written defenses, if any to S.l.chon of haipta YIckse, laaapoona or Slack, akin, dma and autl 1 \JL/ TWILL
sources of necessary credit 18, public records of Bradford it, on the plaintiff's attorney, Korn. pne.d.r M ssrnS.l, forka.Dmnar knivaa...3/1 00 hangar or vacdoor hangara.TaMaapaona WORK GLOVES

may apply to FmHA for loansto County, Florida whose name and address is SA liE 35*.
offset losses or revive The location of the above Hon. Mack Futch, P.O. 1086 TERMMINT 2E'1

farming operations. Under the described property is between Starke, Florida, and file the flagFORMULA"44 MOUTHWASH / WLRytst Vt1l
schedule of interest rates are Speedville! Road and Indian original with the clerk of the IS OZ. CANVAS CASUALS y
revised by PL 95-89 loans are Lake. above styled court on or before

made at a rate of 3 percent on This application is filed by November 19 1977: otherwise a 1.09 W3M M/C. 1.88Q r

the first $250,000) borrowed Martin, Ada, Birchfield ft judgement may be entered -
against actual loss, 5 percentfor Johnson attorneys for the against you for the relief demanded WAS 1.M (LIoul3)) Muga aaaartmanl al alytoa SColas '
Woman' I-10,
*
additional amounts off Estate of George D. Wood In the complaint or Invga. r '
setting actual loss and 8 Deceased 3000 Independent 'it. SA VE12% SA YE 15%
n%
percent for loans not based on petition.WITNESS hand and the
Square Jacksonville Florida my %- -= '' NYLON VALUS
SOX PLUSI
loss but needed to continue 32202. seal of said Court on October 13, UPvALSA '. .' AI ASSORTEDCOLON So..NO-t
or make major ad- SELECTION OF 70Z. A'* PIL- MLTrlD SIZE*1O-1 SHORTS
farming A copy of the application may 1977. TOOLS FRpNMR *.PIT TOP COLORS OR TOM
justments in farm operations. be examined in the 117n loll
Zoning

Board Office, Bradford County Gilbert S. Brown X97 b 490 97a 281; .. 3.44 1.96I. ;;
As Dark of said Court *
FmHA emergency loan Courthouse, Starke Florida. All WIM>*T .f,
applications from farmers in persons interested are notified to .,IM..r w. Nrpp WASP( WAS 241 -- WSNEW 'y YnN..., w rnillh :

Bradford County are receivedat be present and will be heard at By: Beulah M. Moody r
the public hearing. At Deputy Deck 312 MADISON

r located the agency's at 425 Orange county Avenue office Starke Fla. Free Set Of Glasses For 18" Lay-A-Way Purchase

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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT posed Ordinance to available/ for : ,

FOR BRADFORD Your Inspection at the office of .
COUNTY --
the Clerk of the Circuit ; :
Court, '
FLORIDACIVIL ACTION Bradford County Courthouse, i( LCJ'ASIFJEfl3. j
Starke Florida. j I
CASE NO.77441IN : trtu.llrga*
EACH AND EVERY PERSON ;

| RE: The Marriage of the having any Interest whatever In ..._. :: Q..c. (1 REMTY I
Johnnie Thompson enactment of this proposed I I. f I

| Husband, Ordinance should appear and be MOTORCYCLES PERSONAL SERVICEWE SALE r.\ I
heard FOR /<1'
at the time and place 6 >
and I
herein prescribed. rt( .ll. LOCATION :
Annie Bell Thompson, Wife. NEW !
BOARD
MISSIONERS OF COUNTY COM- SUZUKI OF STARKEi your BUY mobile home axle TWIN BED good condition. (At P1\ 11 205 N. TEMPLE '

NOTICE OF SUIT authorised Suzuki dealer. and tire*. Pick up or deliver Phone 7823366. Itchg" 10/8 STARKE, FLORIDA I
BRADFORD COUNTY Phone 964-0020. 1640 South OLIN'S MOBILE HOMES II

| Johnnie FLORIDA. 4 Walnut (1301 South. la Hwy 100 W..t. Open 7 day ALL STEEL BUILDINGS: I
To Thompson
Address: Unknown Byr: sGilbert S. Brown SUrko.) tfehgHONDASt a week, phone 964-5608. no interior supports, many PREFERRED PROPERTIES I

GILBERT S: BROWN, Clerk tf/chg different sixes and colors

10/132tchp 10/20 CB 175 and CB W. are a high volume, 3 B R, 2 bath, 1650 sq. ff. frame home with CH / A onVi p
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED 75. Both for S385 or trad.
discount dealer. Phone 1-
JR. REAMES HEATER U.S. 301 South of Starke I
I :: acre on $28,500. Have to
action for Phono 964-8S75.10/13
that an Dissolution of 2tchg CLEANING AND REPAIR 305-463-6100. 10/20 2tchg I
: see to appreciate.Good .
I Marriage has been filed against NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO 10/20 Whiter I.coming Its tone to 10/27 I

(you and you are required to REGISTER have your heaters and HAY FOR SALE Highly
looking brick rancher. Well-built with CH-A
I serve a copy of your written defenses FICTITIOUS NAME FOR BALEALUMINUM furnaces. cleaned and fertilised. Will store hi my on
I if any,to it on RICHARD MISCELLANEOUSREWARD checked. Call Jr. Reames barn for you, pick up when large lot on Madison St. Nearly new. If you are

I E. WEL TV, Attorney for Petitioner Pursuant to Section 866.09 SHEETS today. 782-3326 or 9648962. you need It. Phone 782-3140 economy minded (and who isn't these days), you
can walk to stores and churches. So well insulatedthat
7tpd 1124ALCOHOLICS after 4:30 10/20
I whose address is 114 N. Florida Statutes, notice Is hereby FOR RETURN : pjn. 4tchg
the bill low
is
utility !
Walnut Street, P.O. Box 995, given that the undersigned 24 5/8" 36" ..009" Female black/tan .....tl.ad ANONYMOUS 11/10 unbelievably

Starke, Florida, 32091, and file William D. and B. collie. Ae 6 yrs. Named GARAGE SALE Saturday
Ginger : Phone 964-6894 or Country living on four acres In 3 BR frame home.
I with .25e Each "Bonnie disappeared from 9 to 5 p.m. Odds and ends,
the Clerk
the original of the Brown
I 1024 Raiford Road, owner's yard 7 p.... Oct. 13. 964-7619. tfchgBRADTORDSEPTIC some furnishings. On dirt Has 2 wells, mobile home site, septic tank, 14x24
above-styled Court on or before Starke, Florida, 32091, doing Contact W.E. Heap. 1105 road beside RR ..r... from utility building, small barn.
I Nov. 21, 1977, otherwise a business under the firm name of THESE ARE OFFSET W. Madlion, Star..... Phono Watera Store Lawtey.
I Judgment may be entered "PEE-WEE NURSERY," 202 N. PRINTING PLATES. 964-5641 or 9645488. Itpd TANK SERVICE Residential Itchg 10/20

I (against you) for the relief de- Thompson St., Starke, Bradford 10/20 pump-outs, 40. Fastservice NEEDED-Modest size homes In 15 to 2S thousand

mended in the Petition. County Florida, 32001, intendsto Unlimited Amount 9644121.guaranteed.4tpd Phone TAPE PLAYERiwith; price range in good repair. j

WITNESS my hand and seal register said fictitious name GOOD PRICES PAID for speakers. Excellent ahape. 1

I of said Court on the 11th day of under the provisions of aforesaid Bradford Printers uied mobile home If BILL'S SAW SHOP: Com- 45.10/20 Phone 7823200. Itchg Are you the "discriminating" person with money to

] October 1977. statute. 64-4305 mortgage I. 3/4 paid or plet sharpening service, back up your taste for luxury, yet informality? For

William D. and Ginger B. more. OLIN'S MOBILE circular hand carbide, L AG-O"N"DA- PIANO: YOU we have on Hampton Lake: ((1) Brick home

Gilbert S. Browr Brown, owners. HOME SALES 9645606. chain mower blade hollow upright good condition. with extra lot, complete with dock and Boathouse

AS CLERK OF SAID COURTBy Dated this 6th day of October, Open 7 day weekly U/chg ground and balanced. Leave 300. Phone 9644191. Itpd (2)) Unpretentious, yet elegant, brick and redwood, :

A.D. 1977 at Starke Florida. FOR SALE at Jackson Building Supply 10/20 furnished. _______
GOOD PART.TIME IN. St.... I'
: Beulah M Moody, 10/6 4tpd 10/27 1973 Chevrolet. COME. Phone for appoint tf/chg or Keystone Heights Over 7000 sq. ft. CD building at 416 E.

Deputy Clerk --- Nov.8.8.Staedard ment. Phone 9648719. 9/29 RIDING MOWER: 8 hp 36" Brownlee..Prime commercial I location...priced I
---------.-1, Shift cut electric start. Good
10/20 !
right
10/20/ 4 tchg 1110IN NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Take up payment 4tchg ALUMINUM SIDING condition. New drive belts

REGISTER Pboa..9647613CLASSIFIED etc Awning Joseph guttera 0,, Garrison.windows, and 10/20 tune. up.Phone 10/27 964-5390. The creak of a barn door! 17Vi acres with 2 trailer

FICTITIOUS NAME AUTOMOBILES USED Phone 964-5205. 8/11 tf/chg 2tchg hook-ups plus 28x70 concrete block barn with

THE CIRCUIT COURT COASfALBERMUDA.: bathroom! S2S.OOO Hurryl I
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF Pursuant to Section 856.03 VACUUM CLEANER: RE-
1977 FORD PICK-UP F- HAY: Phone 9644558 or
FLORIDAIN Florida Statutes, notice is here- 100 Custom P/S A/C PAIRS All make. ..Umod.l. 9644912. 10/20 2tpd 10/27 3 BR comfortable home located 718 Laura St. i
AND FOR BRADFORD by given that the undersigned AD chrome wheeli, 36" topper .. Stark Sewing
Deadline for Insertion 29,000 mllea. One Center 215 Eaat Call Street
COUNTYCIVIL Harry Collier,1126 N. ThompsonSt. owner BEAUTIFUL PIANO
ACTIONIN ., Starke, Florida, 32091, and Tuesday noon preceding Phone 9648721. 10/20 3tpd phone 964-8312. 4tpd returned from rental;: Howdo you buy a S2S.OOO home for $30,000???? Wait I

RE: The Marriage of Linda Adams, 907 Faxon Lane, Thursday before publication. 11/3 HANDYMAN: All home. responsible person can 'till next year.

THOMAS I I. BYRNES, husbandand Starke, Florida, 32091. doing repairs, Interior/exterior arrange excellent buy. Write
BARBARA J. BYRNES, business under the firm name of Minimum charge 52.00 FORD LTD 1969 station'wagon remodeling, houaewashlng Joe Minton, 926-6 Dunn Yes, we do have listings on Kingsley Lake.
.
wife. "THE BIRD'S NEST" 212 E. (Covers 15 Words) A/T A/C S500.Also. and painting. Special Ave., Jax. Fin. 32218. 10/13
1967 POP-UP TENT
CASE NO. 77-439 Call Street, Starke, Bradford Each word over ISIs CAMPER 1450. Phone 964- Rates/term for senior 2tchg 10/20 OF PARTICULAR INVESTMENT INTEREST!
cltliens. Free 1. Modern 8 unit apartment house or office
complex.
estimate.
NOTICE OF SUIT 10 cents
County, Florida, 32091 intendsto 8253. Itehg 10/20
NO PROPERTYTO Phone 964-8961 after 5 p.m. USED HAMMOND 2. Tuck's Drive-Inn 301 South. 3. Demorest homeon

THOMAS register said fictitious name. Not responsible for errors JEEP TRUCK 1965 327 for Immediate attention ORGAN: Excellent con Park Place adjacent to Starke Shopping Plaza
BYRNES
: under the provision of aforesaid 10/20 3tchg" 11/3 diU... 895. Write Joe
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat statute. when given over the c.I..4 WD,Phone 529-9084 or Minton 926-6 Duna Ave.,
------ RAI FORD- Brick home and a nice rental home on
529-9008, after 5 10/20 ----
an action for dissolution of Harry Collier and Unda phone or when copy is pjn. Jan, Fla. 32218. 10/13 2tchg
trees. This would be
marriage has been filed againstyou Adams, owners. not typed and brought to 2tchg 1027MERCURY FOR RENTFURNISHED 10/20 a beautiful acre with pecan
ideal for someone that works at the State Farm.
THOMAS J. BYRNES and Dated this 6th day of October, the office.

you are required to serve a copyof A.D. 1977 at Starke, Florida. 1973 Brougham,MONTEGO V8.PS, PB:, WATSON'S HOUSE OF Cece/io/ T. Terwil/egar//
APART. VACUUMS brand of
your written defenses, if 10/6 4tpd 10/27 : many
any AC
AMIFM.4 door 11,800.
MENTS Electric and hot new "..allm.. Used m NEW LOCATION!
to it, on the plaintiff's attorney Phone Andy 964-8578 after
TOO LATE TOCLASSIFY water furniahed. Phone 9648071. machine available. Expert 205 N. TEMPLE
whose and address is 7
name :' pjn. Itpd 10/13 Itpd 10/20 repalrenll makes.Part and STARKE, FLORIDA
DUDLEY p, HARDY, Esq. NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO accessories for all vacuum
Pierce ft Hardy P.A. REGISTER 1968 CHEVELLE. PS AT, 3 BR Mobile Home: Large ayateme. 404 NW 10th REALTOR PHONE 964-7776

P.O. Drawer 1030( FICTITIOUS NAME AC 307 cu. In.. Keystone living room, electric heat Avenue, Gainesville. Phone
will do Babysitting In my Claaale magi, AM/FM A/C 1125/mo. Phone 964- 376-7110.
Starke, Florida, 32091 Pursuant to Section 866.09 tf/chg
.
Home
Days or Evening stereo 8 track. Phone 782-
and file the original with the Florida Statutes, notice Is Mature and have fitting 3165. tf/chg' 8253. Itchg 10203BRBL'OCK UTILITY BUILDINGS All m Ftoriland Realty
clerk of the above styled courton that the
hereby given undersigned experience. Phone 964-5916.
1968 PLYMOUTH FURY 4 HOME: Nice aluminum, prewired, recep-.
or before November 17th Donald W. Helle, P.O. Itchg 1020HOMES door mna good. Phone 782-",, yard and garden. tablei, light switches, lights, 393 Starke Temple Ave.
Fl.
1977: otherwise a judgementmay Box 95 Hampton, Fla. 32044, 3366. tf/ehg' 1175/month plus deposit and tongue and groove floor Lillian C. Pearson Office 964-7700

be entered against you for doing business under the firm --- --- references. Phone 9848582. delivered and aet up. :
the relief demanded in the name of "HEL-LE BEE FARM," FOR SALE Itpd 10/20 Financing available, up to 48 Real Estate ----- --

complaint or petition. P.O. Box 95, Hampton, WANTED month to pay 60 sizes, NEED TO SELL
WITNESS my hand and the Bradford County, Florida, MOBILE IIOME la country Suzuki of Starke,9644020 or Liwtey. Florid 3 BR. 2 Bath Stucco
.
NEW HOMES Low maintenance Home, lose than 1 old.
WANTED Used furnished children welcome. 964-6021. 5/12 yr
refrigerator tf/chg
seal of said Court October
11 32044 intends 782-3809
on to register said
brick lot In
3 BR 2 Large Lawtey.
Bath *, washer, stoves la Phone 964-6114 or 473-4777.
1977, fictitious name under the provisions fireplace.. Keystone area, good condition. Phone Dah- 4/7 tf/chg BAHIA HAY Argentina,
GILBERT S. BROWN, As Clerkof of aforesaid statute. above Keystone 0.... No mer's Dlscont at 9647923. highly fertilized., phone 964- 3 BR 2 Bath CB Home 3 BR, Neu Schools, 2 BR,
Said Court Donald W. Helle, owner. closing coata. Priced from tfchg'MINfAftJRE" 6071. 7/21 tf/chg CH&A,closed garage, nice Frame In City

By: Marian McRae,' As Deputy Dated this 29th day of, 135000. Adams Builders.. _.' UNFURNISHED 2 BR ,. '-= = :' lot, assume 5 1/4 percent
deck'* f-f...-.. *"' .......H.. September. A.D'. 1977 af"""* -. -- 47S2t)56"6473fl) >78.'SY18' w duplex, carpeting, stars, GUNS- ---FOR 'SALE:' 22V mtg. 135.000. 3 lots, out of Keystonewith

10/13 4tchg 113ORDINANCE Starke Florida. tl/chg DACHSHUND puppy {males'' refrigerator. No pets or 25', and 38'., sold at DAh- Lake prlv lie....
preferred) Will pay cash.' children. 124 N. Myrtle St. mere Discount TF/.b. 3 BR frame home, CH & A, Zoned trailers
9/29 4tpd 10/20 FRAME HOUSE with 4 Phone 964-8402.Itpd 10/20 1130. Phone 964-8082 after 6 fenced corner lot, 115,000.
BR 2 bath only 1 yr. old. p.m. Itpd 1013KITCHENETTES LIME (' Frame house and 1 acre.
RO FOR SALE
NO.77-5 CIVIL ACTIONIN 1,450 squ. (living apace, 10 CLEANING JOBi;." Clean Phone 782-3172 after 6 : 3 BR furnished mobile

BRADFORD COUNTY, acraa completely fenced. house, laundry light household : apartments 7/14 tl/chg p.m. home, with addition very OFFICE SPACE FOR
FLORIDA THE CIRCUIT COURT, Phone 964-5799. 2tpd 10/20 duties once or twice utilities Included neat, 113,400. RENT.

NOTICE OF INTENT TO EIGHTH JUDICIAL weekly Contact at 964-7424 totally furnished weekly. or FOR" SALE: Diamond

CONSIDER THE ADOPTION OF CIRCUIT OF FLORIDAIN HELP WANTED Saturday' 9-5 p.m. Itpd 10/20 monthly rates. Temple needles for any stereo over 8.7 ..r..- SR 100 S- Business Property on 301.

AN ORDINANCE RELATING TO AND FOR BRADFORD Moteli, 880 N. Temple.Starke. 247 different ones, we have $13,500.
THE ISSUANCE OF PERMITSTO COUNTY Man and wife for maintenance HIGHEST PRICES PAID .Phone 964-7357.10/6 them all. DAhm..'. Call 964-7700 1Vornle
and maid work to for used stoves and refriger 4tpd 10/27. Discount. U/chg 10 Acrea facing SR 230 P.Odom
CARRY CONCEALED
OLIN'S MOBILE & both aldea Whoa
ators. Road Reg.Real Estate
live In Stork Motor Court
PISTOLS PROVIDING A CIVIL ACTIONIn
; Mre. Baker. Phone 964 HOMES SALES 9645606. PRIME BUSINESS:/ SPACE Wo also have new freexers 122.04)0. Bro..rEvealal.964.s475
PURPOSE; REQUIRING AN 7143 Open 7 day a week tf/chg located on Lawrence Blvd. electric stoves, and washers.
APPLICATION FEE ; re: The Matter of the and Flamingo la Keystone DAHMERS: DISCOUNT. 36.35 Acre. 1340'on US -----

PROVIDING A PROCEDURE Adoption of DONALD ROBERT PERSONAL SERVICE I! Ht. Inquire at Standard Phone 9647923. tf/chg 301. Terme $58300. Pearl Andrewe,Assoe.
I FOR CONSIDERATION OF THE CHURCH, Plaintiff tXLtt; 111E t; PARK II Station or Phone 473-4907. 964-7739

I APPLICATIONS; Office Space for lease Need ell heater tf/chg PATIO COVERS: 20>20 for Janet M.Starling
South 301 (West Side N. your space LAWTEY AREA
) home and mobile homes 7823896txr
Case No. 77-418
ESTABLISHING CRITERIA TO cleaned? need a new Oil or
of New Community Bank. -----
1199 Installed. $159 unintailed. -
IBE CONSIDERED; PROVIDING Call Gas.pace heater Contact GATOR 2 BR frame home, completely
FOR RENEWAL PERMITS; NOTICE OF SUIT- James W.Tompklna Phone REGISTER OIL CO., FOR SALE ALUMINUM. Phone 372- furnished /Incl. new HOME
9645888. 9/29
ESTABLISHING NO PROPERTYTO 904-752-7011 113SEW"INC 9767. 4620 N.W. 13th St., washer A dryer, $13,500.
{FALSIFICATION OF INFORMATION I..In-City. FI..tfehBOOTS 6tchg Gainesville 8/11 tf/chg POLES

AS A : DEWEY CLIFFORD MACHINES Baking Methodist Group I 20 Aerea juat off SR-225W.
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VIOLATION; REQUIRING DOUGHERTY, and all other REPAIRED all makes la selling attracts for holiday fish pond 2 mobile home ,

HYSICAL POSSESSION OF interested parties. cleaned oiled and adjusted. baking and ..I... Items. MOBILE HOME hook-ups, hog barn 120"

THE PERMIT; PROVIDING A HANDBAGS $7. Work guaranteed. James. Phone 964-8508 or 964-5588. 133500.

ROCEDURE FOR PENDING YOU ARE HEREBY WALLETS Strickland,corner of Morgan. Itpd 1020DUNCAN PARKINSIDE 51.8 Acres-: Brick home AMP
Belts. la Road and Hwy 16. tf/cbg
APPLICATIONS; PROVIDINGOR NOTIFIED that an action for CH"". 3 BR, 2 bathe, 2 208"WIIKBAV
SEVERA- adoption has been .filed againstyou Sine 18 to 56 PHYFE drop leaf CITY LIMITS fireplaces beautiful

3ILITYPROVIDING; AN EFFECTIVE Dewey Clifford Dougherty Indian Moccasins,also. REGISTERLPCAS table, 145. Electric stove Walk to Bradford Squat pasture 1195400. 4a-i tar w.id.WISKIN .

DATE. and all other interested parties $45. Upright freezer S100. Or Downtown *)* *a- S3Atfb
Fiaeat Double Bed 110. 2 nightstands --- ---
and you are required to serve a 2 Acrea lust elf SR-200 B3,000. -
leather. ,110. All In very good $30 Per Month *> **s,M*> !*) Market
fO: ALL CITIZENS, TAXPAYERS copy of your written defenses, if condition. Phone 9648803. AD City Conveniences

AND OTHER INTER- any to it, on the plaintiffs attorney CARRADINE'SLEATHER SHOP 308 S. Thompson St. Itchg 10/20 Fire,Police Protection, DAY,EVENING:/ A
STED PERSONS. whose name and address Ga,Water and
LA W TEY,FLA. 964-5888 City WEEKENDS:/
YOU AND EACH OF YOU are is: 782-3400 Sewer Phone 782-3806
Dudley P. Hardy Esquire SPECIAL."WUI. WANED: ;
ereby and herewith given Jo-Lu Motel
they last. Reliable Person For
Fierce Er Hardy, P.A.
lot ice in accordance with
Janitorial Service on New 964.8810 GEORGE ROBERTS JR.
P.O. Drawer 1030
lection 125.66, Florida f 30 Ib. hi Starke. Real Estate Broker
propane Olflc Bldg. Reg.
ftatutes, that the Board of Starke, Florida, 32091 r------1 Cylinder$22.95 Call m RALPH Phone 964-7826 I

nty Commissioners of Brad.d I James W.Tompkins, eat Norm Temple.Ave
I County Florida,at a regular and file the original with the .... Mortgage CASH& CARRY DOCK 904-752-7011 FAULKNER R&ALTOR BRYAN 5TAnK.FLORIDALarge

eating to be held at 10:00: A.M. clerk of the above styled court I Broker & Realtor I Hom. Delivery Of take CI....Fin.
the County Commission on or before October 29, 1977: 393N.T..pl.Av.. J Cylinder A Bulk Gas E Real Estate

sting Room, Bradford otherwise a judgement may be I Starke,Fl*, I ,.... IB: A
entered against you for the reliefdemarded Ph...:964-7700 J 2117 N. Temple -
Starke
bounty Courthouse WWII' Drilling!! 4BR frame house,
|londa. on Monday, November in the complaint or tf/cbg ----J ..... RtAUO"'+ L 964.8788 LR. family room on tan

1977, will consider the petition. 2"'thru 6" acres, just oft SR 16.
126S.WatsrSt. rrtSlarke OFFICE OPEN ALL
| of Ordinance -----
doption an BRASINGTON Florida 1
sting to: WITNESS my hand and theseal Fast Rotary DAY SATURDAYSUN 301 North 3 BR, LR
I of said Court on September Cadillac Oldsmobile 9645065y frame house, on tea acres,

AN ORDINANCE RELATING 20, 1977. Sales& Service Drilling Equipment\ ----- B.Y APPTMENT tractor and equipment.
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10 THE ISSUANCE OF PERMITS Pine Selection Of Used 3 BR. I bath C/H a A, .
Several .commercial.
5 acrea and 3 BR frame os
S. BrownAs STATE LICENSED:
Gilbert ,
TO CARRY CONCEALED custom drapaa carpet
..
301.
ISTOLS PROVIDING A Clerk of said Court Cars Taken On ........... .. double garage on 11/4 houa Beautiful property
: la excellent location,only 1 '- -
URPOSE; REQUIRING AN By: Beulah M. MoodyAs Cadillac Trades Pump acres In most desirable code from St.r... Fenced 12 acree and 3 BR CB

PPLICATION FEE ; Deputy Clerk 2001 N.W.13378-5301 f! location... Nicely land and rroas-fenced. Pecan home, with family room 2

,'ROVIDING A PROCEDURE 9/29 Jtehc 10/ZO GAINESVILLE New & Used JRki.T.1! .ped ---- oak and pin t..... See bath. CH/A West of

FOR CONSIDERATION OF THE -------------- Beautiful 13 Ac... estate this. ...! Priced t* sell at Lnwtoy.

PPLICATIONS; Sales-Parts-Service with 3 BR. 2 1/2 hath, only 26700. kVd'oubie
wide,
STABUSHING CRITERIA TOBE large swimming pool Very
PROVIDING E-Z Terms 11 LONGCI1AMPHome barbecue rockgarden Lake home (tKey.t..sareal. screened porch added CH-
CONSIDERED; patio pit Beautiful lot A, .
EARN YOUR HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMABY I. on one acre lot witI-
FOR RENEWAL PERMITS; ..................., and Building water fall, pecan Silver Sand Lake with 3 plenty of tr.... t
other eitrae.
trees,
ESTABLISHING Materials many BR furnished house ------ ----
TAKING THE CEO TESTS. Plumbin,9! You must see to appreciate.
1.
ALSIFICATION OF IN- .. '-WEBUILD- Reduced far quick _I.. Two 20-acre tracts very
FORMATION AS VIOLATION; $26,000. reasonable. just off SR 1C
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REQUIRING PHYSICAL Applications For The GED Tests Are New Installation Your Plans Or Ours Do you have a green W e have lot., acreage, paved road.

POSSESSION OF THE PERMIT; Your Lot Or Ours thumb Plant nursery with homee and farms la Bradford -----

PROVIDING A PROCEDUREFOR Being Taken At The Bradford Union Remodeling FREE ESTIMATESRemodeling a reported good Income, Clay ..ad'alo.. 3 BR block house, Bedford
PENDING APPLICATIONS .... a nice 2 bath home and counlise..ln city countryand (.*>*.

; PROVIDING FOR Area Vocational Technical Center. The Repairs Additions Repairs beautiful-fireplace.We ----. waterfront.veaings 3 BR. "1 -bath- -CB- home

SEVERABILITY; PROVIDING '. .. .. save. commercial I= and sakends. with FR. very nice,
I AN EFFECTIVE DATE. Deadline Is November 4. 1977. Du: rran Homes Bought property on 301 N. & S. R4.LPHBRYAN-964-620* swimming pool. .In law.. i

YOU ARE FURTHER GIVEN For Information.Examiaatiois ....................... SoldTradedACREAGEFOR with or without buildings. RealtorARTPATRAY4732039 I
I said Call 964-6150 .
NOTICE that a copy of proOR -----
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PUMPS SUPPLY Paul H.Faulkner" 3 BR I bath block home hi

Are Scheduled November. 7 -10 ; SALE tailor Salaam Starke City Limits.

COMPANY ---
SALE I File boxes. From 1:00 P.M. 10:00 WAYNEDOl'GLAS9646591 -
Ides and cards. EveryInlng : P.M. And 'Ave. Associates GEORGE ROBERTS JR.
,804 N. :Temple Irene L.FaudacrEvenings .
you need for fixing a November 11 From 8:30 A I. 4 964-6853 1164.6141 Salesman. Reg.Real Estate Broker
tiling system. All for tale athe : P.M. Starke Highway South SaeuM.Bakko. Phone....78H

Office Shop phone 964- 10/20 10/27 .. tISTWITHUS
964.7061 Starke E".i. 0. 164-11' OPEN S.tu4Q'A.M*
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Ghost Alert Out In Bradford County Dobbs, Norman, Taylor, Whitten, Ii



Witches ghosts and The carnival will include spree at Winn Dixie as the and fifth grade students Varnes Elected To Raiford CouncilMembers
hobgoblins will begin their children's games and activities adult priie and a Snoopy selling the most tickets will
customary rides this Saturday The school will\ benefit watch and transistor radio as also win a prize.
October 22 and be out in from the carnival by the prizes for children. 00 of the Raiford and Calvin Varnes. Berlie Dobbs had two ords abouthis
full force for school carnivalsnext addition of new equipmentIIVMPTON STARKE ELEMENTARYA Town Council will be Caudill, with the least numberof re-election' \\a the councilas
Saturday October 29, BROOKER ELEMENTARYA haunted house will be the receiving a monthly salary of votes,did not qualify for the he said, "I'm happy! "
and for Halloween, Monday, parade and costume main feature of the Starke $25 according to unofficial poll council post.Unofficial First time7 councilman!
October 31.TIIERESSA judging at 4:30: p.m. will start Elementary school carnival results from the election held results showedthe Whitten told/ the Times, "I
the Halloween festivities in which has been an annual Tuesday, October 18, as 66 following count: Whitten couldn't have won unless the
Theressa will get the Brooker October event for over 30 years. people voted! for me. 1 am
.. Saturday, percent of the town's 73, Norman 58, Dobbs 53,
pumpkin rolling with a carnival 29, from the Farmers Market j registered voters turned out. Taylor 36, Varnes 36, .and overjoyed/at the turnout. I I
and turkey shoot Friday, The haunted house will be In Vote to pay councilmen! was Caudill 33. want to ,than everyone! .!that
October 21, at the communitycenter The parade will proceed to the Boy Scout Hut adjacent to The Bradford County close as 37 residents voted to When asked how he felt voted for me.", ..*. ..', ".
from 7 pm. on. the school grounds where the the Pratt St. playground. Library will show a "Comedyof pay and 34 against./ about being re-elected as town Asked about what he hopedto
A costume judging for both carnival booths and a fish fry Booths will be set up on the Terrors" starring Vincent mayor, Griffis said "I'm well accomplish as a council
young and old will be held at will be held beginning at 5 playground, plus pony rides Price, Boris Karloff and Peter J.D. Griffis the only can- pleased at the voter turnout. member, Whitten replied "I
7:10:: p,m, Attractions will and bingo with prizes from Lorre at 6:30: p.m. The library didate to qualify for the This election shows there is a will let the people that elected
include a hayride, catch a p.m.A local merchants. Hamburgers will also give out treats after election to fill the post of strong Interest in our local me decide what I need to do as 1
duck sponge throw, fish pond, raffle will be held with hot dogs, popcorn the movie at 7:55 p.m. mayor, received 62 votes. government." Griffis added, a council member. It will be '
cake walk, pick-a-pocket, ell prizes of a rifle, bicycle, $50 and armies will be sold. "I want to thank each and up to the people."
dunking tub. A country store gift certificate and a pig. McDonalds will have a There was one write-in vote that voted for me".
will be sponsored by the 4-H. Costume judging will be at 6 costume contest for pre- received for Mike Gordon as everyone On his goals as Whitten added that he hopesto i
.V turkey shoot for adults SOUTIISIDE ELE. p.m. Fourth and fifth gradersare schoolers thru 12 years old mayor. Griffis said, "I want to mayor workon be able to work towards the
will be held by the Theressa A costume contest at 4:10:: p.m. selling raffle tickets for a with prizes for all and special getting a communitycenter establishment of recreational
10-speed bicycle and a video the winners. Also facilities for the town. :
Volunteer Fire Department.. t will begin Halloween prizes for The five council members for the town. I also
Proceeds will go to the 4-H for festivities at Southside game included in the fun 6:30-9 p.m. elected were Michael think we should continue to ,Calvin Varnes, the other '
their community project and followed by a parade that will is a hamburger walk and a (Bud) Dobbs, Joyce Norman, support the local fire new council member, was J
the fire department for new start at Florida Bank thru balloon throw Sid Taylor, Herbie Whitten and establishsome unavailable for comment
., .. ,. .. department council to
The former prior
fire fighting equipment. town and back to the bank type of recreation .
VUTE\; ELEMENTARYAn : : ELEMENTARYA next Saturday, Oct. 29. the election, will meet
1 hope to see
annual event for over 25 costume contest at 5 p.m. .I Appointment Battle department.Raiford get some tennis Thursday night, Oct. 20, to '
years. The Lawtey will start the festivities at The carnival booths will be courts." officially canvass the votes ,
Elementary School Carnivalwill Hampton Elementary set up on the paved area west
be Saturday. October 22, Saturday October 29. The of the school and will have a "
on the school grounds. carnival will also have a country store and a plant Costs Board $5,153Without ,
The carnival will begin at 5 hayride, a country store and booth in addition to the usual MEW ARRIVALS
p.m. and will feature a fried booths. Grilled hamburgers, booths. ..
and smoked mullet dinner and hot dogs and desserts will A raffle sponsored by tht comment Bradford pointment. Board members "
with baked beans cole slaw, be sold. Southside PTA will have at County school board members Pat Spengler and Art Holliday I
french fries and hushpuppiesfor The PTA sponsored raffle prizes a rocking chair and a Monday, October 17, agreed to voted to place Francis in the IIAcuns$ COPPER hAtELnS
$2. will have a $100 shopping 10-speed bicycle. The fourth HALLOWEENThe pay $5,153 for attorney fees position, while chairman. HIV MU eoiom MNMI. IIAClLnS
and court costs ending the Arthur Gaskins, Vernon
Junior Woman's Club of argument naming Charles Parmenter and J.T, Parrish CHAIN itMctrri
Starke will sponsor a Haunted Francis as principal of were opposed saying Francis
I BHS Election Held YesterdayWednesday House Monday October 31, Bradford High School. did not show firmness in MINI CHAIN NCCKUei
between the hours of 6:30: and Francis became principal dealing with high school
9 p.m. at the Boy Scout Hut on when Circuit Court Judge students. All Styles Necklaces & Earrings Gift. Sets
was a big and the treasurer from the secure a dress for the Pratt St. They will also have a Wayne Carlisle ruled August Casey again placed Francis' Small Animal Necklaces.
election day at Bradford High freshman class. homecomingexplains Jack-O-Lantern contest. 22 in favor of superintendentTom name before the board in
Junior vice-presidential Assistant Principal Charles A final April when other ad-
School as students in grades 9- Casey. judgementon MM Mid ftrrUtSttiJy
12 faced lengthy ballots to voteon candidates are Doug Reddish, Hall.Due September 19 ordered the ministrators were named for
student body officers, the Dale Rodgers, Mike Starling, to the short school week .=:-- -L- _. school board to pay Casey's the 1977-78 school year The "iq Chic I.",..s _
homecoming queen's court Irene Wainwright. (Friday is a teacher planningday --- \. :.. .. attorney Robert J. Vossler board again rejected the
class princesses a Sophomore candidates for and a student holiday). $2,600 and court costs of $26.50 nomination 3-2. Oaaiashh tirrli.
homecoming theme and class secretary are Terri Bement, Hall says it is doubtful if the -- ... each for Francis and Casey. Judge Carlisle in his ruling
officers. Cynthia Green, Lee Anne ballots can be counted this -= '-c-J, _.... School board attorney Jesse said the school board did not *Frn lift
The 1,100 member student Green Regina Holmes, week. Hall hopes to have ..: ; Wolbert also presented his bill show "good cause" in refusingthe Wrql.g Wlhrdloa/ istlaAWis /

body will elect one of three Janice Jockel, Richard election results by Monday. ,,. .. for 52 hours work at $35 an nomination and found the *
seniors as president of the Norman Eddie Saxon Robin Seven senior coeds will be = CNANitThe \.I",, hour, $2,278 plus an $680 ad school board's argument Aaalt.H.
Student Council. Running for Schw eda, Kathy Schoerung selected by the senior class for vance. "without merit." *Ears riirn4 V/MK/ Oasrla '
the school's highest office are Barbi Scwartz. the homecoming queen's most common surnamein The court did not order the Eardgs
Freshmen candidates for court. One of the seven will be school board to Francis' '
Christie Redding. daughterof China is Chang, which pay /' *wa lpdd Or4stan. '
Rev and Mrs. !Norman treasurer are Becky Cooper, Mected homecoming queen by accounts for about 10 per- attorney's fees fo 1300. itwi
Redding of !: tarke: Patricia Gloria Hamilton, Mike Jor- he entire student body in a cent of the entire populationof In a 3-2 split the board Early American colonist
Gai ney. 18. daughter of Mrs don Betty Jean Knight, later vote. The name will China. This would mean refused the appointment of used the milk in which blue : &ufi9w
berries had (
Ernestine Gainey. and Chuck Yvonne Sanders and James remain a secret, known onlyto there are about 75 million Francis as principal in been boiled to
and Saucer. the top administrative after Casey paint their houses gray, not Mill $t. W-I1H III I
Register. 18 son of :Mr Changs in the world I January blue.
:Mrs Lennard Register of BHS homecoming is Nov. 4, officials at BHS, until the recommended the ap-
Crystal Lake. the Macclenny game Elections queen is crowned at Tornado ..
Miss Redding is cam- are being held this week Whirl the night prior to the -' N -'

paigning to give students a to give the girls two weeks to homecoming game.. \
Bradford Printers Bradford Printers Bradford Printers
more open floor for voting on -
issues, such as the present
rule that no candidate for Old RJE School s
class princess can run more
than twice in a row. :Miss CD
Redding would also like to -
make pep rallies more lively Leased For Use I
Christie is editor of the BHS I

annual with puppets staff active and choir in church plays When You Need Printing [


Leila Softball'sMiss. and is employed at As Day Care CenterBradford ..,

: Gainey secretary in
her church and active in County school The board approved gettingan Done 3.
Softball basketball and board members Monday, Oct. appraisal on 3.672 acres of ;
track wants to raise more 17, unanimously approved a land adjoining Lawtey .
money for the flower fund and 99-year lease of the old RJE Elementary School. The = N
to make funds available to school to the Bradford County property is listed at $27,500 1r
families who are needy as in Concerned Citizens which chairman Arthur
the case of a fire :Miss Gainey Association. Gaskins said was "over- ;;: Come To The
wants to make seniors look up The non-profit group is priced" Recent sales in the b
to each other, rather than planning on having the cafe- area ranged from $1,670 to -a ...
down on each other teria in operation to provide $3.200 an acre. O
Register is vice-president of lunches for Head Start and a -
the BIIS chapter of the day care center to be operatedby In other business the board i 1 a
National:.; Honor Society active the group. BRHDFORDPRINTERS
in the church and is a The Concerned Citizens are -Tabled a $15,700 requestfor
linebacker on the BITS varsity to pay the school board $1 a the purchase of agri-
football team If elected year for the 99 years. If the culture eqUipment. Gaskins I
Register wants to see a group organization dies the lease is said he was "ashamed of the
formed from student council terminated program" and asked for a M
members to try to correct the Accountant Pat Farnswortr look into basic plan before the m. Q t :

student conduct and code hook told the board while principalsand expenditure. Superintendent C
that some students feel is bookkeepers are Tom Casey said part of the
unfair Register would like to 'basically aware of policies"for blame was on overloaded d- -
see I the HHS walkways internal accounts he classes and a change in p
135 W. Call St. Starke FLa
covered to see class elections recommended four areas for programs. A work session is -a ,
held at the end of each school tighter controls. planned to study the agriculture S. 0a

t term rather than the begin Farnsworth said a record program. .a.. ._..
nmn to save valuable time lie should he made of sales at -
would like for I the Student school stores especially at -Gave architect Craig .. ? Iv
Council 'lo give the !school Bradford High School where Salley the go ahead to submit
,om..'hlnl.( 'better. the !school they are capable of making a plans to the State Departmentof
and r" m" mh<'r the l')77'!) $liKK( ) profit yearly He suggested Education for approval for .
,Iurl"nl ouncil uch as an inventory on a covered walkways at the ; BUSINESS =
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Imoks periodic basis and persons middle school bus pickup, :! CARDSs
r ,inrlicl.itc-s for student body. operating the store should be gym and main building and i rf
'. ice pri-sidi came from the bonded bus pickup at BHS Including f r
limior c dOl's. the secretary Also recommended was a alternates the estimated cost CD

barn the sophomore class tighter/ control on tickets sold will be about 54000. -: _f r .5 i 1''j LETTERHEADS :
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for athletic events and not
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also presented to -a .
-Salley
A (;ill AllllOUIHTH'' leaving/ money in schools for 0a
the board study a
overnight/ Farnsworth was a -

TIIKIFT IMun critical internal of funds the practice for items of using that school feasibility auditorium.gym report cafeteria Cost on for the and renova high the .-.... : c j11'{ j fh fbi/tlf1,: INVOICES ......

M.ichu.i: .cncr.il HospitalA do not benefit students. He r t -
.Hi I President Kclw.ird: (' said he was repeating "In- tions would be about 474000. CD -
I'lrlflif has anonun1'(1 l a now ternal funds are to be expended A work session is set for :L
program( which will enable for the general use of November 1 at 5 p m. for these [7(1( r' FORMS 0\" -_
larlll'llallOg, i[ patients to re- students" projects. are -
'Inei' alnof their health carp i
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program. ( fw-eipli who need :1 11 ;/ I:: 171 1I.I. 10 i11 71 14 1'r 10 :II a n 1I7 70 ;: 77 IIw a ...
"rtain medical tests will t beahle 1. JO JI "1.1"u 11 11 ,a ;IeI ... .
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