Bradford County telegraph
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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 27, 1977
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
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System ID: UF00027795:04125
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:: 3,017,191 Budget 1

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;\ \ Almost a month after the 1977-78 fiscal year began Starke \

commissioners Tuesday, Oct. 25, approved a $3,017,191 budgetup 1
20 percent over last year's $2.5 million, a $513,000 increase. {)

Mental Health After first giving Police Chief Jimmy Bowen a $1,000 a year )
raise chairman Harold
Epps withdrew his tie-breaking vote ;
over a conflict of Interest. 1

Bowens short lived raise about any possible conflict of ;

Service AwardsGo came after a motion by interest.In .
Commissioner 'Joe Warren the final budget approvalthe

seconded by Commissioner votes were Schaefer
Wilbur Waters, to amend the Silcox and Waters for Warren
budget presented by city clerk against and Epps saying he .
Merrill Edwards to boost the voted for all except the part
To 5 CitizensFive j
chief's salary as presented that applied to the police 1
from $14,000 to $15,000. In an department.
earlier budget session the Warren said he'would not
awards for appreciation improve our prisons while our chief's salary had been upped vote for the budget because It
of time, effort, skill mental health and mental from last year's $12,105: includes a $15,000 a year city
and service' to the mental retardation facilities have Warren's motion amendedan administrator who he said
} One of these five Bradford High beauties will be crowned 1977 The five senior queen candidates are (I-r) Phyllis Contreas, health of the community were been going to pot." earlier motion by commissioner was only "another high priced
Irl Homecoming Queen at Tornado Whirl next Thursday night, front center; Kathy Taylor, Cathy Futch. Brenda Prevatt. and presented Saturday, Oct. 22 "I think it is essential that Charles Schaefer to- man on the city payrol .
Karen Crawford. the annualbanquet
Nov; 3. during second the Warren asked the budget be
accept budget as
government recognizethat
of the Bradford
amended to include spending
the who need services presented which was
: Union Guidance-Clinic at $31,000 to upgrade the sub-
which Florida?; Attorney provided by mental seconded by commissioner station and all the
Tornado Whirl Will Kick Off General Robert Shevin Institutions and mental clinics Vernon Silcox. buy power
the was deserve improved facilities Chairman Epps broke the 2- from Florida Power and
keynote speaker. That motion died for
more than robbers and 2 tie casting his vote in favor Light. a
of the for the chief. lack of a second.
Shevin, an 'announced rapists Shevin said. high salary
"The estimated Income
But moments later he said he
candiate for governor,, said Local people recognized for from the electric power utility
remembered he had been told
BHS FestitvitiesHomecoming tho state has 'gotten its their efforts in
Homecoming community is far too low. The present
by his attorney not to vote on
priorities out of order. "We mental health
were presented high rate structure will bring
police funding because it
have been spending millions of.
plaques appreciation by in approximately $200,000more
would be a conflict of interest.

J festivities for college!( and major in ac eyed blonde is the daughter of Will Hang The Cats In of dollars around_the state tot Rev. George L. Harper brother works for the than is estimated in the
.-1 Bradford High School will counting. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Taylor of Shame." ..... president of the board of= police department. budget," said Warren. -
; begin next Thursday Nov. 3, Karen Crawford a 5'5" ash. Starke. Kathy is a member of The homecoming parade directors for the clinic. Estimated revenue of
at 7:30: p.m., with Tornado blonde with green eyes, is the the Senior National Honor will start at 1 p.m. Friday at Union County Sheriff John Bowen said he understood electric current was raised to
Whirl. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Neil Society, the BHS Chorus the intersection of Washingtonand Whitehead for distinguished how Epps felt, but "I can't $1,564,200 up $64,000 over the
An annual event for over 20 Crawford of SR-16 just west of sings and plays piano in the US-301 south to Call .8 service to the children in both afford conflict. Bowen said estimate in the earlier tentative
"yesn-s. Tornado Whirl will Starke. Karen is a member of BUS pop ..>snible.A memberof Street, turn left on' Call to .. counties and helo in obtaining he was! dedicated and woulddo budget The estimated
feature the crowning of the Civinettes and her church the BHS student council Thompson proceed to '. a federal grant to operate a his job'Whether it was 'sale"oi*'electric current was .,
homecoming queen and skits choir, likes to fish and worksat Kathy wants to work with Madison west on Madison to presented by each class. the Florida Theatre. Karen children after graduation.The Orange Street turn right on t. Camp Quiet Thunder. responsibilities as chief and a cover 10 percent raises
This year's contestants wants to be a legal secretary. name of the will Orange Street, south to : '.\. higher cost of living as given to all employees making
selected by the senior class be kept secret until queen next Washington right back to the James F. "Jim" Blood- necessary for a higher salary. below $135 a week and a five
CathyFutch, a 5'3" ash- .
and voted on Tuesday by the blonde with blue-green eyes Thursday night when the high school. j.. ; worth received a plaque in "Can you honestly walk percent raise to all employees
entire student body are: is the daughter of Mr. and queen will be crowned. The The parade will include .; .',' appreciation as one of the down the street and tell people making above that dollar
other will be her court. floats from each class, club '.\ I founders of the clinic and as a $60 week raise amount.
Phyllis Contrears a 5'5" !Mrs. Mack f'utch of Rt. 2, girls you a got a a ? Commissioners said
member of the clinic's boardof most of
beauty with brown eyes, is the Starke. Cathy is a member of Class princesses will also be floats the band and the ; directors. Schaefer asked Bowen. the revenue for the city is
The floats will) be ,
of !Mrs. Ollie the Civinettes, plays tennis, majorettes. 4
granddaughter presented at Whirl. They are Waters objected to the based on estimates. A final
of Starke. likes to water ski, and wantsto appraised by five judges in the Union County court clerk
Hrewton Phyllis is a Melissa Mays and Denise question saying the chief figure will not be known until
member of Civinettes likes to be a child psychologist. Cobb freshman class; Phyllis areas of theme for originality overall, Robert Driggers' plaque said worked 12 hours per day, 7 theentireyear has passed and
read, swim arts and crafts Brenda Prevatt a 5'3" Sharpe and Virginia consistency with the b in appreciation for service as days a week and deserved the you can look in retrospect.
and is a member of her church green-eyed beauty, is the Crawford sophomore class; theme and spirit. Visual M president of the board of salary increase. Largest portion of the'
choir. Phyllis wants to attend daughter of Mr and Mrs. Lynn Barber and Harriett appeal will be judged on color directors for 197576. general fund is made up of ad
effective of said he would abide
use material Bowen
Lester Prevatt of Rt. 2
Hamm, junior class. .... .. .... valorem taxes of $125,488
Starke. Brenda employed in beauty elaborateness the Bradford County Sheriff's Club sweethearts will also stability and mechanical Florida Attorney General inpatient psychiatric unit at but did not see how his salaryas based on 3,441 mills $138,122
w he down Qrirr! : office. A member of be presented after selectionthis device, if any. Robert Shevin In his speech Alachua General Hospitalwas an elected official would bea in cigarette tax and $156,671

: Civinettes, Brenda likes to week. A 25 cent admission The and her court will here Saturday, said "Florida recognized for cooperation in conflict of interest over utility tax.Added .
queen into the
play golf, and wants to attend charge to Whirl will help also be presented Friday nightat has been spending millions of providing clinical services.: police funding. $10,000 down budget was for a
payment a
Florida State University and defray the cost of the skits. halftime of the home- dollars to improve Its prison Pete Alderman of Melrose The motion was withdrawnuntil new fire truck $1,320 for dry

go into some type of social Theme of this year's homecoming coming football game. The, while allowing state mental received praise from Gary a check can be made cleaning the police department
work. is "Mickey, Minnie Tornadoes play the Mac- health and mental retardation Tomblin. alcoholism coor- with council attorney George uniforms required by
Kathy Taylor a 5'5" blueA And The Rest Of The Gang clenny Wildcats. facilities to go to pot." (see Page 8)) Pierce who was not present union contract, truck bed

repair and an air compressorwere
substituted for a $1,500

I Land Use Plan Changed To Match Zoning SpecsIn leak survey. in the gas department -

; Thursday, Oct. 27 This was the first year each
department was separatedfrom

motion to change the Melrose. Gaines said it is In other action the board home would not require Road from RIC to EA for the monthly report of the general fund and
BC Hospital Bd. Bradford County land use planto expected to be one of the denied a change from RIA to rezoning. normal farm operation. construction, Gaines said a gave some items with no
} 7p.m. conform to present fastest growing areas in the RIC to allow a mobile home to Chairman Art Kiefer said Gaines gave the board an total of 51 building permitswere comparison figures for 1976-
e residential zoning in the county."I be placed property owned by annual report for the year issued valued at 507541. 77.Silcox said this budget was
. southeast tip of thecounty was Mrs. Robert Bell one mile that to rezone half an acre 1976-77. $1,429 was returned to That included 15 single family much "better" than in previous
Pop Warner approved 6-1 at the County am real concerned if our west of Starke on Edwards would be "spot zoning." the general fund after expenditures dwellings valued at $348,020; years with all the
M1 League Meeting Zoning Board meeting zoning does not comply with Loop. Board attorney Jesse Wolbert of $36,646 of the seven mobile homes permits departments broken down.In .
,y 7:30 TonightB Tuesday night, over the objection our land use plan we could told Mrs. Bell she had the $39,076 budgeted. Estimated issued with a value of $40,800; other action the council:
Fairgrounds of new board member be in big trouble" Gaines right of appeal ot the County construction value for the 26 additions total value -Agreed to join other area
Fred Mueller. said. The area is projected on Commission from the year was 6334928. Building $21,921 ; two commercial cities in contesting a 13 percent
the land use plan as agricultural After discussion Mrs. Bell recommendation of the zoning permits sold were 745 of which permits valued at $90,000 and rate increase proposedby
The area questioned by I and would allow was asked to check and make board. 247 were for mobile homes, one dock, $800. Florida Power and Light
Saturday, Oct. 29 zoning director L.M.! Gaines commercial agriculture sure she was interested in James W Quiet was given 144 for single family Gaines said $1,506 in fees for power sold to
extends south from the enterprises such as chicken putting a mobile home, rather permission to advertise to dwellings,and 26 commercial. were collected and 110 inspections municipalities. Edwards said
Halloween Carnivals Keystone Airport area to the farms, next to existing than a modular home on the rezone his land 11>* miles east 1,559 inspections were made made by the Starke would pay a pro rated
southern tip of the county near residences. lot. Gaines said a modular of US-301 off the Laura Church by the building inspector. building inspector. cost for the appeal before the
Starke Elem Federal Power Commission.
at Pratt St

Southside Elem. Council Delays Action On New Planning Map Man Shot

Brooker Elem. -

Wrapping up the final I Planning Council, the agency fathering in" all mobile two blocks from the Southside to change an area fronting the side of Washington, just east
Hampton Elem hearing on its ComprehensiveLand under contract to draw up the homes now located in the city Elementary School. Mrs. north side of Washington of the railraod, present loca- In DisputeThe
Use Plan !Map the City new code. He said the city charged the atmosphere Canova was told she would be Street between the railroadon tion of the Greyhound Bus
Commission Tuesday night would be on safer legal groundto during the final hearing, with no worse off with the adoption the east and U.S. 301 on the Station. Wolbert said this Starke Police Department
Nov. 1 voted 3-2 to "freeze" the map adopt the map and then the issue raised by Police of the comprehensive plan, west from residential to should be commercial rather is investigating a pre-
in its present form without have the code. drawn to Chief Jimmy Bowen. He since it also calls for conventional commercial. At the first than single family residential, dawn shooting Monday. Oct.
further changes, and delay Schaefer it. asked whether under the new homes in that area and hearing two weeks ago as shown on the plan map. 25 following a dispute over
action on final adoption until Silcox, and Wilber comprehensive plan he wouldbe she would have to obtain a Wolbert told the Commission wages between Tom Marks of
VAVanPiggly Lot after a "tentative" new zoning Waters voting affirmatively allowed to replace his variance under the present represented nine property Four members of the 1201 N. Keller St. and Ernest
Wiggly ordinance had been completedand for the amendment and the doublewide at the comer of code or the proposed new one.' owners in the area, including Commission voted in favor of Copeland of Jacksonville In
I a.m.* 4:30 p.m. presented to the Commission original motion said they Myrtle and Epperson Streetsin Early in the hearing attorney heirs of the A.J. Thomas the change with Mayor- which Copeland was shot witha i
(serving as its own wanted to have a look at the the event of a fire or Jess Wolbert received estate. The area requested by Commissioner Epps abstaining .38 revolver,
School Bd.Workiession planning agency) for action. new code before voting on the destruction by wind storm. approval for an amendment to Wolbert also included the because of a "conflict
5 p.m map. Members Joe Warren the comprehensive plan map short block fronting the south of interest" since he is a part- Copeland was taken to
The original motion and and Harold Epps voted MayorCommissionerHarold time employee of Thomas Bradford County Hospital by a
Starke Council "freeze" amendment were against the delay. Epps told Bowen he! Realty with office in the A.J. neighbor and then transferred
7p.m. both made by Commissioner When Kiester was was already occupying his HRS Moving To I 301 Southservices Thomas home at the corner of to Shands Hospital in Gaines
Charles Schaefer and questioned he said the new mobile home by virtue of a North Walnut and Washington. ville. Copeland was reportedin

seconded by Vernon Silcox. zoning code, based on model variance granted by the City Health and Rehabilitative moving from 864 N. stable condition Tuesday
Wednesday, Nov. 2 ordinances used by other Zoning Baord since the site Service (HRS) offices will be Temple SL across from the i after being removed from the
The delay in adoption of the cities, would be ready for was in a R-1 residential area. located in the new ExecutivePark Pizza Hut; and assistance Since there had been some intensive care unit He was
map was opposed by two presentation within 60 to 90 ,It was suggested that he would II at the corner of Ed- payments from across the objection from members of thetbulthletgpenetrated arm and
Multiphase Van members of the Plan Board days. He suggested the have to apply for antother wards Road and US-301 South street from the New Methods the Commission to the his left
Bradford Square J.W. Williams, and E.L. Commission name the Plan variance in event of loss of his effective Nov. 1. cleaners on US301. possibility of gasoline stations side. Hospital spokesman said
10am..4p.m. Matthews, who argued that Board as its Planning Agencyto present home. and similar businesses In this his Injuries were considered t
the map should be approvedfirst expedite the zoning process Mrs. Carolyn Canova was The Executive Park is just now predominently serious.
ij;tie ('Sommunitij as a basis for the new working with NCFRPC to also told she must apply for I HRS offices consolidated north of Bradford Square residential area Kiester
code whose ordinance shouldbe shape up a workable code.The variance to the City Zoning under one roof are: food Shopping Center and the new assured by board that the new Marks was apprehended
Tate tlank drawn In 'conformance Commission has been servingas Board for her desired place- stamps, and vocational: Community State Bank. coning ordinance could be and taken to the Bradford

A T.IK.M4'V backed by Charles Kiester of home in a R-l residential area the old Florida Bank buildingon All phone numbers for each mertcal classification to light aggravated battery with a ;|
.._.!O.MMlt. IfMMTMtC Cary North Florida Regional Discussion of "grand- on South Collcy Road about East Call Street; youth office will remain the same. business or professional use.' deadly weapon.Library .


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TELEGRAPH Oct.27.1977 ___ .. __
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Toye Richard Of Ocala Weds Guy Padgett Of Starke I r

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Mr. and Mrs. Calvin R. came to a point just below the bridesmaids' gowns were
Richard of Ocala announcethe waist in front and back with identical to the honor at
I" marriage of their more lace covered buttons tendant's. They wore clustersof (j/ai/yi Society editor 964-7608
daughter, Toye Clan, to Guy adorning the front waist. The yellow daisies and baby'sbreath /f/ooty ,
Merlin Padgett, Jr., son of satin skirt was fashioned withan In their hair and -- --- -.---- -- -
1, Mrs. Eva Rock and the late overlay of Chantilly lace on carried long-stemmed car ,
: Guy Merlin Padgett, St., of the cathedral-length train. nations.The flower girl wore a Watts SteeleEngagement 'I"" .,., Ann AllenComplimented
Starke. Her fingertip veil of imported dress of sage green quiana
Wedding vows were ex bridal illusion was with a floor-length cape of
changed on Saturday, October attached to a lace camelot matching frosted] sheer. Her Told "1
15, at 6:30: p.m. in the First frame accented with seed dress was styled similar to the At 2 ShowersMiss
United Methodist Church of pearls. She also wore her other attendants. She wore a Mr. and Mrs. Robert H.
Ocala with the Reverend mother's satin bridal slippersand cluster of baby's breath and Steele of Lake City announcethe
Walter B. Rutland performingthe carried a traditional yellow daisies in her hair and engagement of their Ann Allen, Nov. 5
double ring, candlelight cascade of yellow roses, pompoms carried a basket of yellow rose daughter Dawn Marie to bride-elect of Dennis Rhodenwas
ceremony. and star flowers, and petals.The. Edward Warren Watts, son of complimented at a
Two tall vases of fresh fall baby's breath on a white groom wore a beige I r i ;' Mr. and Mrs. James F. Wattsof miscellaneous shower,
flowers with greens accentedthe Bible. tuxedo with a white ruffled t I _I' Starke. Tuesday evening October 25: ,
altar. The unity candle Miss Beverly Jo Smith of shirt edged in dark brown and Dawn Is a graduate of hosted by Mrs. Kenneth
to the left of the Jacksonville, cousin of the his boutonniere was a yellow Columbia High School and Chilly Mrs. Elmer Lewis and
kneeing bench and tree bride, was maid-of-honor. rose with baby's breath. Lake City Community Mrs. Mervin Jackson at the
candelabras with greens and Matron-of-honor was Mrs. Sue Danny Luke of Starke attended College. She is presently home of the latter, on Myrtle
while laners flanked each side Cox of Leesburg, also a cousinof the bridegroom as best employed with Columbia Street.
01( the altar. the bride. Bridesmaidswere man and ushers were Larry t4J Counseling Center. 1 k w The refreshment table was
L.Davis Long organist. and Misses Kathryn Pasteur, Hicks of Brooker, W.H.Johns Watts is a graduate of Brad- covered with a white lace
Reverend Bob Gibbs soloist Helen Reeves, and Priscilla Dennis Rhoden, and Jackie } ford High School and Lake cloth, centered with a punch
presented a program of Groves, all of Ocala. Miss Marr all of Starke. The City Community College. He bowl encircled with greenery.An .
nuptial music. Reverend Patti Prevatt, daughter of Mr. groom's attendant wore a is attending the University of anniversary candle was
Gibbs accompanied himself and Mrs. Edwin E. Prevatt of brown tuxedo with a white Florida and is presently placed on one end of the table.
during two solos on the guitar. Clermont, cousin of the bride- ruffled shirt edged in brown employed with the Reception Dawn Marie Steele Mrs. Mervin Jackson invited
Given In marriage by her groom, was flower girl. and had a single yellow rose J Medical Center. and the 15 guests into the
father, the bride wore her The honor attendant wore a boutonniere. The ushers' The wedding will be an Edward Warren Watts dining room where Mrs.
mother's wedding gown of gown of Ashes of Roses with a tuxedos were identical to the event of February 10, at 7:30: Elmer Lewis served cake and
Chantilly lace and bridal {lowing floor length cape at- best man's and they wore p.m., at Bethlehem Baptist Lake City Garden Club. Mrs. Kenneth Chitty pouredthe
satin. It was styled with a high tached to the back of the yellow carnation boutonnieres Church.A All friends and relatives are punch.
neckline and lace collar edged scooped neckline. Fresh fall Master Emorv lilY'i reception will follow at the invited to attend. The hostesses presentedMiss
with satin. Tapered sleeves flowers adorned her hair and Prevatt, III, son of Mr. and Allen with a lovely
came toa point over the wrists she carried a long-stemmed Mrs. Emorv M. Prevatt. Jr. oSlarke. / corsage.
and fastened with tiny lace yellow rose with acuba. The a cousin of both the -4 : Kristy Harrison Celebrates BirthdayLittle Among those attendingwere
covered buttons. The bodice matron's-of-honor and bride and groom, was ring Mrs. Robert Allen,
bearer. He wore a little brown Kristy Harrison cele- The refreshment table was mother of the honoree; Mrs.
tuxedo with a white ruffled V brated her fourth birthday centered with a pumpkincake W.C. Rhoden, mother of the
( shirt edged in brown with a Saturday afternoon October flanked by a scarecrow groom-to-be; and Mrs. Emma
(L! ULL IJaJUGJU0aJ yellow carnation on his lapel.Thebride's 'N 1 22, with a party given by her and jack-o-lanlern. McCallum of Gainesville,
hosted .
parents a mother, Mrs Frances Approximately 25 guests grandmother of the honoree.
wedding reception at Golden Harrison. enjoyed witches brew served Games were played and
Hills Country Club followingthe : }' The Halloween motif was from a black pot. prizes were awarded to Mrs.
LL 13 ceremony. Mrs. Emory M. carried out in party decor- Julia Ripplinger and Mrs
Prevatt, Jr. of Starke and h ations. Orange streamerswere Games were played and a Harold Epps.As .
Mrs. J. Walter Prevatt of tit.' hung with black cats, was awarded to little a memento of the oc
Gainesville cousins of the bats and witches hanging Miss Karen Larsen for the casion the hostesses
OUR SUPER VALUE bride and groom greeted from them. best costume. presented Miss Allen with a
guests at the door and kept Ihebride's I l' r The gifts were placed Kristy received many nice toaster.
book which opened on
around a huge pumpkin. gifts.
a white linen and lace over-
laid table accented with a Miss Ann Allen, Nov. 5
pink plume.A Mr. and Mrs. Guy Merlin Padgett Jr. Roy Clemons Notes 64th BirthdayMr. bride-elect of Dennis Rhodenwas

receiving line formed to complimented at a surprise
the right was composed of the Starke, aunt of the bride and Compotes of mints and nuts Roy Clemons cele- Butler Mr. and Mrs. Ottis linen shower Tuesday
bride and groom, their groom, and Mrs. Joel R. were placed on cocktail tables brated his 64th birthday witha Morgan Mr. West Mr." and evening October 18 given by
I I 99 parents and the bridal at- Smith of Jacksonville, aunt of throughout the room. Tiny birthday dinner Sunday Mrs. Jerry Morgan all of Miss Brenda Roberts and
tendants. the bride, cut the cake. rice bags tied with pink and October 2. Ruskin, Florida. Miss Vicki Norman at the
0118 C08laitexfl The bride's table was One punch table covered green ribbons were handedout A host of friends and rela- ._-- home of Mrs. Vernon Silcox.
covered with white linen and with white linen held a crystal by Miss Sheila Wynn of tives helped to celebrate this Mr. and Mrs. James K. Refreshments were served
GAL. an ivory lace overlay. The punch bowl containing pink Starke and Melissa Prevatt of happy occasion. Smith and sons, Ricky and by Miss Roberts and Miss
RAA table was centered with an bridal punch poured over dry Clermont, cousins of the Among the out-of-town Colby, have just returned Norman to the 10 guests be-
WHITE & ivory three-tiered wedding ice, and was presided over by groom. guests were: Mr. and Mrs. from five fun-filled days in the tween the hours of 8-10 p.m.
cake, separated with tall Mrs. Billy Hodge and Mrs. After a honeymoon to the Eston Parrish Jacksonville; Smokey Mountains.
COLORS a a a
Roman columns and E.L. Akridge both of Starke Great Smoky Mountains and Mrs. Willie Hill and Mrs.
decorated with pink rosebudsand and cousins of the groom.A other points in Tennessee and Louise Howl of Brooksville, Mr. and Mrs. John Myersof
green leaves. The top tier second table also covered North Carolina, the couple Mr. Ruby Waters, two --- Kingsley Lake and Mr. and
held a miniature gazebo witha with white linen, held a will reside in Starke. daughters and granddaughterof Mr. and Mrs Keith Mrs. Bill Glover of Floral City
bride and groom inside. The beautiful silver champagne Palatka; Mrs. Burtice Gillingham spent the weekend attended the Florida State-
atEX cake was encircled with the fountain where spouts of pink Allen Rhoden Douglas of Miami, Mr. and in Tallahassee. They attended Auburn game at FSU
bride's bouquet and her at champagne flowed into Mrs. Pat Offord of Lake the FSU and Auburn game. Saturday.
tendants' flowers. shimmering pools in the Wedding Nov 5
Mrs. E.M. Prevail, Sr. of bottom of the fountain.A .
I large table centered in the The marriage of Miss Ann Toye Richard Is Honored With I Shower
/ MFA ADVENTUR Allen to Dennis Rhoden will be .
W P TRAVEL room, laden with hot and cold an event of Saturday Nov.5 at Miss Toye Richard October -The refreshment tame was read an appropriate poem and
pR USfO7k1cEic EDUCATIONSee nor d'oeuvres, was covered 8 p.m. at the First Baptist 15 brid lect of Guy Padgetl covered with a white linen prayer from the collection of
with a white linen cloth. Tall Church Starke with a Jr., was complimented at a cloth, centered with a bride Helen Steiner Kice.
Chief Kelly US Navy silver candelabras with green reception following in the bridesmaid luncheon doll.Silver bowls on either end The honoree presented eachof
Recruiting, Station Slarke tapers flanked either side of church Fellowship\ Hall\ ;:,Saturday October,8, at of the long table held pink and her attendants with. >a
Monday 10 A.M. Til 2 P.M. the fall\ flower arrangementthat All friends and relatives are ;.KeMnauers, Bridal Tea Room'in white 'silk flowers. Silver' personal gift. '
I IJ Bradford Square 2 if, .< '" centered the table. invited to attend. Ocala given by her aunts candelabra held pinlC hdtes.' Among the fourteen guests
Mrs. Joel R. Smith of Bridal place cards in green were mothers of the bride-
GAI. aaio iwwcwm 000OO00O000OOOC90 Jacksonville and Mrs. EmoryM. with small pink and white silk elect and groom-to-be, Mrs.
Prevatt, Sr. of Slarke.TIIKKKAUFOKI flowers marked the seating Emory Prevail Jr. of Slarke
Treat 'em right this arrangement. and Mrs. Edwin Prevatt of
Corsages were presented to Clermont.
) the bride-elect and the Hostesses presented !Miss
Halloween Night. ('Ol''iTTIUGUAPII: : mothers of the bride-elect and Richard with crystal goblets
groom-to-be. engraved in silver as a
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Gissy, Jodie Johnson Exchange Vows Miss Betty Davis Honored ...

Oct. 8 On With Miscellaneous Sho'werMiss
Lawn Of Gissy Home ln Starke

Betty Davis, dried fall arrangements were
I November 5 bride-elect of placed throughout the room.
Miss Karen Denise Gissy The three sit-down tables Lois and Lois Ann Townsendof Miss Clare Winkler and
Paul Canova, honored ata
I and Jodie V. Johnson were were covered with green Palatka; Sue Byrne, Anne miscellaneous was bridal shower Miss Norma Canova assistedin
united in marriage Saturday cloths and had globe candle Holland, Debbie Edwards, servina.
evening October 8, at 6 p.m. holders with cedar and Mabel and Ogden Bates, III of Friday, October 21, given by 4n
on the front lawn of the Gissy Jacksonville. Mrs. Huston McLane, Mrs.
pyracantha berries around Anne Mrs. Among those attendingwere
home in Green Acres. them. Lindsay Sanders of St Betty Phillips I
The bride Carole Shields, and Mrs. Mrs. Myrtice Davis of 1
a long white
cotton dress Miss Joyce Meng helped to Augustine. George Winkler at the home of Callahan, mother of the
with eyelet trim organize the wedding details. Cindy Gissy, Clay Town-
the latter In Green Acres. honoree and Mrs. Carolyn
and an opal necklace, a gift of Assisting In preparing and send, Patty Richards, Marc : Canova, mother of the groom-
the eroom. Her bouquet was a serving food were: Gerri Hoover, Jan and Steve The refreshment table was to-be.
mixture of lavender orange Phillips, Alice Harris Schefstad, Cindy Bieschke. ?
covered with a cut work cloth The hostesses presentedMiss
and yellow white cushion pompomswith Edwards, Adelle Mitchell, Lisa Newman, and Paul Jt't ""' h v: over red and centered with an Davis with an electric I
fuji pompoms and Ada Reddish, Joyce San- McClintock of Tallahassee.
arrangement pinecone lilies skillet as a memento of the
baby's breath, all attached derson, Maggie Hood-Lewis, Lynn and Chuck Hollowayof and magnolia leaves. Several occasion.
with white bridal r
satin and --
Sonja Biggs, Lucille Milner, Largo.
streamers. She wore baby's Agatha Lantz, Janet Kimutis, Tilly and Mike O'Brien of Mosley DavisEngagement i
breath in her hair. Michelle Parker, Lois Boca Raton. Ladies Auxiliary Hosts Morning ServiceIn
Matron of honor Patricia Townsend, Toni! Coss, Virginia Tiny Joella and Jodie ToldMr.
WainwriRht and bridesmaids Gissy, and Debbie Edwards.The Johnson, Jr., Kathy, Beverlyand
honor of the National love. A special love offeringwill and
Cindy and Denise Gissv guest book was kept Cindy' Johnson, Jeana 1 Mrs. Lloyd E. .
by be for
Ladies Auxiliary Observanceand the disabled and
sisters of the bride Mosely of Starke announce the
; Susan Mrs. Peggy Shaller. Cooper, Jean Johnson and : retired
41st of
:4k' Anniversary, the the and
Cherry Cindy, Kathy and Karen is the daughter of Alice Cathrall of Miami. __ ladies church. engagement approaching
Beverly Johnson, sisters of Mary and Joe Gissy of Starke t of the Church of God in marriage of their daughter,
the Starke will be in charge of the Nelda, to Wayne Davis, son of
groom were dressed in Jodie is the son of Tiny Joella Philip Brown of Acworth,
Rev. and Mrs. Mel
morning worship service Drake Mrs. Oscar Davis fo Starke.
empire waist knit suede and Jodie Johnson, Jr. of Ga., David Johnson of
October extend a cordial invitation to
dresses, each a different fall Miami. Atlanta, Ga., Michele Johnsonof Sunday 30. Miss Mosely and Mr. Davis r
color. Each carried a bouquet After a wedding te- trip Kennesaw, Ga., Virginiaand ,..,., The theme of the service be public to attend the special are both 1976 graduates of 'I
similar to that of the bride but tom Gissy of Marietta, serving together with Bradford High-School. Ij
Sarasota the Is
couple now __ ... . .
attached with and Bessie Newsom 0 ,- The wedding will be an
green bridal residing at 606 Park Ave., Apt. Ga., of .. -- I
satin and streamers.They, too 711 in Orange Park. Carthage,Miss., grandmotherof event of January 7 at the
wore baby's breath in their Out-of-town guests were: the groom. ff -=-- -- Starke Church of God.
hair. Maggie and Dennis Hood- Millard Frazier and Dalton th All friends and relatives of
Serving as !best man was Lewis, Cindy and Jim Hardee, Johnson of Jackson, Miss., 4( r I the couple are invited to attend -
David Johnson, brother of the Debbie Mitchell, David Clinton Thomas of Mobile, It takes an average of nearly nine pounds of whole milkto .
groom. Ushers were Michael, Jolkousky and Laura and Ken Ala., Agatha and Norman make one pound of buttpr... ,
and Lantz of Hoffman, N.C. Susan - - ----
Jimmy Timmy Donald Kennedy, all of Gainesville; ,
Gissy brothers of the bride. Fran Ernie, Alan and Larry Cherry of Hampton, Va., Mr. and Mrs. Jodie V. Johnson
All were dressed alike in blue Patz, Cathy Fletcher, Betty Maggie Gabriele of Denver, TERRIFIC
cotton knit shrts; and heather Lou Gina, Carrie and Robin Colo., and Michael Gissy of
blue knit pants. The groom Shaw, all of Orange Park; Sacramento, California.
wore blue pants and a white, :141'lj.K-", YARN SALE
polished cotton knit shirt with
white embroidery done the DKG Sorority Holds MeetingThe DURING OCTOBER
bridp Mrs. F.J. Shaw and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. John C. We are sorry to hear that
Harry Mooty spent Thursday Greene, Mr. and Mrs. M.A. Mrs. Alma Outlaw is a patientat I
October meeting of Nu meetings, the president, to Sunday at Disney World. Baldwin and Col. and Mrs. Riverside Hospital in 10% To 75% Off
Music before the weddingand Chapter, Delta Kappa Shirley Jasonek, announcedthe They were joined by Mrs. II.M. Hatcher, Jr., membersof Jacksonville.AnnualWhitehead.
the closing hymn "Let Gamma was held Tuesday, meeting place and dates Mooty's brother-in-law and the Strawberry Swingers c
There Be Peace on Earth" October 18, at the Elementary through October 1978. sister, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd enjoyed dancing Saturday Yarns for Knitting & Crocheting
were played by organist, School in Lake Butler. The next meeting will be in Anderson of Naples. They also evening in Brunswick. Sweaters Afghans Etc.
Sonja Biggs. The entrance The Lake Butler members Starke, November 15. In visited Sea World and Busch Georgia at the Golden Isles .
song "For Babv" and the served a delicious salad buffetat addition to the regular pro- Gardens enroute home Swingers Club's anniversary Party Set Sat. Also Sale On Many Patterns

meditative song during: the 7 p.m. to the 36 members gram there will be a white elephant Sunday afternoon and Mon- dance. Mr. Eugene Williams,
ceremony, "Annie's Song" present prior to the business sale among the day. a former Starke resident, is Union County Sheriff John rr j
were recorded by John ..meeting.The members. president of the Golden Isles Whitehead is holding his The Magic Needle
Denver. Those attending the meeting Swingers Club. annual fall party this
evening was spent in from Starke were: Edna Hart, Local admittances to Brad- Saturday, October 29 at his it 1517 Bessent Road
The ceremony was per- committee work-shops Lucille Payne,Adele Mitcneil, ford County Hospital this While in Brunswick, theGreene's farm on SR-100 west of Starke. JI 964-5149 Starke 964-6300
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Della Rosenberg, Maxine week include: Mrs. Ursell the Baldwin's and Whitehead stated that he
Foley ot St. bdwaras cainoiic: 1977-78 programs and Gibson, Gladys Thomas, Thornton, Joe M. Griffis, the Hatcher's visited with Mr. regrets having his party date
Church, under a large white projects. Janet Walters, Tommie Lee Nolin, Helen George Prevail,Mrs.Connie! : and Mrs. Mike Sheppard and conflict with other functions
trellis archway covered with program chairman, In- Johns, Willa Mae Denton, Stroble, Mrs. Annie Gorman, Mrs. Kate Sheppard.The within the county, however,
trailing ivy cedar, and structed committee program Marilyn Vellenga, Ernestine Mrs.Julia Winters,Mrs. Susie can participate in
pyracantha berries. Com- chairmen as to their duties Register, Chickie Adkinson Myrick, and Bryce Titus, Sr., other anyone local affairs and still
plementing both sides ot the and program materials. Evelyn Haney,Hilda Dey, and all of Starke; Mrs. Pearl Gainesville Square stop by his farm if they wish. Baldwin
archway were two large white Following the small groyj Maureen Paul. Campbell of Lawtey; and Dance Council held its Indicating that he had
urns filled with arrangementsof dance at the Gaines-
Mrs. Nell Allen of Keystone monthly serious thoughts about not
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--- '- 'tiP Kim Tenly Is Shower HonoreeMiss

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) It ? iP Kim Elaine Tenly was Sharing the occasion with
ContinueTo iP4i honoree at a bridesmaid the bride-to-be were her
luncheon on her wedding day bridesmaids women mem-
last friday at 12 noon. bers of the party, her
4f1 ..I '' I 1 HitCitizens Hostesses for this occasionwere mother, Mrs. Sonny Tenly,
f I Mrs. E.D. Tenly, Sr., and grandmothers Mrs.
; and Mrs. Joan Chitty; Tenly and Mrs. R.J. Shannon,
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; grandmother and aunt of the and bridal party hostesses

bride, respectfully.The honoring the bride.
Chitty home on Searing Assisting in serving and
Street was lovely for the occasion caring for the luncheon guestswas
with arrangements of Mrs. Harry M. Hatcher,
Con artists continue to work fresh blooming seasonal Sr. ---
the Starke area bilking local blossoms', african violets and

citizens out of their money 4 roses varigated large hanging lush green baskets, Miss Kim Tenly brideelectof
say city police. and Rodney Griffis.
Latest "handkerchiefswitch and large potted
honored at a miscellaneousshower
of varieties
( r plants many
say police, happenedOct. and placed throughout the Thursday, Oct. 13,
A 20 after a woman left a
Mrs. Neil Tucker
home in appointed areas. given .
bank and was approached on andMrs
served Mrs.. Norman Redding
The guests were
the street by a nicely dressedman.
appetizers upon their arrivalin Frank Mitchell at the
Misses home of the latter in Green
the living room by
Hundreds At ,-w. ,..... .,- s the The man city explained investigator he said was Sandra and Karen Chitty, Acres.

from Jamaica and needed cousins of" the bride. The I
help In getting to the bus sta-I guests were seated at luncheon Corsages were presented to
Open House tion to travel north to meet ,f tables in the dining Miss Tenly, Mrs. ED. Tenly
relatives. After a short con- room and family rooms. Place Jr., mother of the brideelectand
cards marked! the seating Mrs. Merrill Griffis,
versation another
At New Bank and was called man over approached arrangements for the 28 mother of the groom-to-be.

I by the first man and asked for luncheon guests. Games awarded and
table in the were
Pictured in the board room his opinion of what to do with a The brides prizes
of the Bank amount of he dining room was covered withan Among the guests were Mrs.
new Community large money was
white ED. Tenly Sr. and Mrs.
oriental imported
at Bradford .
building Squareare ;carrying.The
directors (seated from *.tn. confederates convinced cloth with hand applied ap Robert Shannon grand.
mothers of the honoree.
left): Dr. P.G. Felos; Charley ,the woman to pool money pliques of multicolor pastel
E Johns bank president; iv' 'from all three for safekeeping fe blossoms winding in a circle
,IIt' border bride Mrs. Mitchell Invited the
S E. Simmons chairman of and to meet at the bank when surrounding the
the board; Mrs. Leila Mundy, it opened again in the af doll flanked on either side by guests to the refreshmenttable
which overlaid
was witha
and C, Jerome Johns. Stan- 44 r,0hi P. ternoon. arrangements of fresh daisiesin crochet table cloth, centered
ding ( from left) : Wayne When the men did not return sister compotes.
with an arrangement of red
Two luncheon tables were
bank land handkerchief
Fulmer vice president the was
Mr and Mrs.Joe Oliver and carnations.
A.C. Lee, Dr. H,H, Adams, ". >opened by the woman all she set up in the family room. held
covered with Silver trays pastries and
Each table was a
and George P. Canova [found were newspapers cut
Around 700 guests toured > 'fl' ,(into strips said police. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Oliver white "Army-Navy" lace and other refreshments.
the .1 i :\ 3 linen cloth placed over a Mrs. Chitty aunt of
new facility at Bradford Local citizens have lost over
each Miss Tenly, poured punch.
liner. Centering
Square during open house 4 '4I" '/ 9400 in the "handkerchiefIswitchpocketbook Celebrate 50th AnniversaryMr. yellow table were arrangements of Miss Christie Redding
hours from 2:30: to 5:30: pm. r ( drop"within assisted
11 the hostesses.
fresh daisies.
the last six months said I
Sunday ;. 5\ \ .
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Champagne punch and hors / [ rt police. A spokesman of the and Mrs. Joe Oliver of Punch and cake was servedby
d'orvres were served duringthe ..\police suggested not leavingthe Hampton Lake celebratedtheir the Olivers only grand- e'
afternoon. Among the bank displaying money golden wedding anniversary daughter, Lenora Knox of
many distinguished guestswas and asks that anyone who is Saturday, October 22, Fayetteville Georgia.The .
Al Frampton a retired Bank President Charley E. Johns greets guests during three- approached by a stranger with a lovely dinner at the Olivers were married

state bank examiner, of hour open house held Sunday afternoon. it immediately to the Holiday Inn and a reception, October 22, 1927 in Ft. Lauderdale .
Jacksonville Beach. police department. given by their children Mr. where they resided until ,
and Mrs. Wallace Collins of 1963 moving then to Bradford
Hampton and Mr. and Mrs. County because of Mr.
= Entire Stock of Jeans One Jim Gehron of Ft. Lauder- Oliver s work. Mr. Oliver was
T? Gy } L EILASIo One-Third Off at dale. terminal manager for Red

: The reception was held at Wing Carriers until his retire-
11111111I 111I1111I 'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII I I 1 the home of Mr. and Mrs. ment in 1970. e.
Collins in Hampton with only They have two daughters y'
'? members of the immediate seven grandchildren and '
i family attending.A three greatgrandchildren. i. f ftL
Sunday, October 23, family
golden orchid corsage was members joined them for
PRICES GOOD OCTOBER 23-29 presented to Mrs. Oliver and a morning worship services at
golden carnation was placedon Friendship Bible Church in
Mr. Oliver's lapel by their Keystone Heights where Mr.
grandchildren. and Mrs. Oliver are very
The refreshment table was active.In .
sew covered with a golden linen observance of this happy
cloth and centered with a fall occasion they received many

floral arrangement flanked by flowers, gifts and cards from ..
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candelabra. friends and relatives.
Lisa Brunsonand
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"oA- I Matthew Tjre

kn ,J&id> l/o,Jnow BrunsonTyre Engagement Told

w : Mrs. A.H. Hines of Alachua musical fair at the cottonbowl Mr. and Mrs. H.A. Brunsonof is a 1974 graduate of Keystone
58/60" WIDEThe and Mrs. Merrill Jones of "Annie Get Your Gun ," Melrose 'announce the. Heights High School attendedSt.
Montgomery Alabama starring Debbie Reynolds engagement of their daughter Johns River Junior
most versatile fabric everl) visited Mrs. Foster Shi Smith and enjoyed many more Lisa Katrina to Matthew Paul College majoring in Law
Wonderful for pants suits Jump- Monday. exciting events. Tyre, Keystone Heights. Enforcement and is employedby
suits jumpers blouses skirts Miss Brunson is a graduateof the Keystone Heights
dresses Machine
Easy care wash
tumble dry Remove and hang Mr. and Mrs. Mack L. Weekend guests of Dr and Keystone Heights High Police Department.
promptly GingerSNAPS Williams and daughter, Mrs. Mrs. JUl. Adams were Mr. School and is employed by The couple was honored
Harold Godwin, spent the and Mrs. S.E. Simmons of Florida Farm Bureau In- Saturday. October 13. with an
Card of 4 sets weekend in Tallahassee with Miami. surance Company in engagement party at the
C Mr. and Mrs. Richard Gainesville. Brunsons' home on Lake
9 9 i 2 CARDS Williams. They attended the Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Jackson Mr. Tyre is the son of Mr. (;eneva.
FSU and Auburn game were Wednesday visitors of and Mrs. A. Paul Tyre of The wedding date has been
YD. Saturday in which their Mrs. Jackson's parents Mr. Keystone Heights Florida He bet lor February 2).1979.o.o.oao.o ; .
1 .00 grandson Mike McQuaig and Mrs. Lewis Welch of
played for Auburn. Madison.Mr. +lo+ o e
I Mrs. Janice Hancock returned -

II I Sunday from a four and Mrs. Leonard .2)J 1jo..J.now I
\J day trip to Dallas Texas Noegel and Mr. and Mrs.
J. Straight awarded to her by Home Thomas O'Brian spent the

TRIMMERS Interiors and Gifts Inc. as the weekend camping and fishingat Mrs. M.A. Garcia of Mr: and :Mi"' (,"'11\ tiilj-im,
save. 1 50/0 I Llghtw.lght area's too displaver. Mrs. Rodman Dam. Camarillo, California who of :Moiritt t Ul.iiiil.; I I'be'ids
\ 7"L.ngth Hancock along with 1,260 has been visiting her mother visited his puretiln. All .mil
displayers throughout the Mrs. L.D. Vining spent Mrs. J.G. Caldwell this past !Mrs 1.111'1'ilboull ,,\i't I 1111
Ideal for dr....* or Jumpsuits 4 C United States toured the Sunday to Thursday of last week left Sunday for weekend and altcmli-.i/ .N-
Cimarron 1,17 company executive's homesin week visiting Mr. and Mrs. Valdosta. Georgia where she I'nivpisit) i'l Kli'inl.i .loiilUtilgame l
Dallas, attended the state Don Joiner in Port Charlotte. will spent several days with on Satuuia)
SUEDE CLOTH Mrs David Sanback the

former Sue Biggs of Starke. :Mi niul :MrsS ll.un-nn

,I00% Avetex* Polyester. Machine e T, HAVE YOUR CARPET Sr spent last, Friday Ihl'lIlIlol l
wash, tumble dry iron with cool \ iv Bent Saturday dinner guests of Sunday \isilinjIhcir): cl.iunl.U'i(
!iron 45/46 wide TRIMMERS Mrs. Lila Rae Yawn were SRI and son-in.lau :Mr anti :Mrs
CLEANED BYPROFESSIONALS and Mrs. Mark Mack and son (Charles: \('I'S and lamely; in
Reg. JAg Llghtw.lght Tom of Lakeland; Miss Lynda Atlanta HitHamsun & also
0 7" L.ngth Keinsch of the University of visited :Mr and :Mrs \\ H

\ Florida; Mrs. Esma Tongue! Harrison in I'eiry t Klmid.ibunday
2.97 1.77 of Fairfield Florida; also. ,
Mrs. W.H. Edwards of
Kingsley Lake Mrs. :\I.A. :Mrs l"'arl H scaring;
--- Garcia of Camarillo, returned from \\a-.lunnton.,

Ai AII .InfrodMtory. Offir California their mother Mrs. D C. where she had been
Lila Caldwell, and Mrs. visiting her daughter and
Yawn's son Terry from the family, Lt. and :Mrs J,d
University of Florida.Mr. Sims, for the past two weeks
Wi Will Clian You Carpi With

Z Mr. and :Mrs Roy demons
.. and !Mrs. David Walters and :Mr and :Mrs. Eugene
.. -2r-- and sons Brian and Jason of ;Norman; left Oct. 3 to visit
1 Tha All Ni. Kingsley Lake spent last week their daughter and sister :Mrs.
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Lynwood Connie :Mills of :Maryland[
Walters and daughter They also toured Washingtonand
r f- Mandy. in Martmsville Va. visited relatives in
and relatives in Georgia. Virginia.

TEE SHOT Used Eyeglasses Collected

say 'save 14% 4POPLWN.< REMNANT Sfstim' '' At At Deanery MeetingMrs. I

Hcatherwood DAY rr John Samons. Jacksonville on highlights of

CarnabyStr..t Flocked 65 Kodel"" Polyester%Combed Sale1O5O 25 Off Meeting presided at the Fall her travels ot the African
DRESS PRINTS DOTTED SWISS Cotton Permanent press of the Gainesville areas of Tanzania and Kenya.
Machine wash tumble dry Deanery St. Augustine Among these attending the
Permanent press 100"o cotton 65*'. Dacron Polyester/35 cot remove and hang promptly Diocesan Council of Catholic meeting were
Machine wash tumble dry hang ton Ideal for blouses and dresses % Women hosted by St. Ann's members from Branford Deanery,
promptly 44/45" Wid. Machine wash 44/45" Wid. Now Is The Time To Get Your Guild at Lake City a Epiphany Chiefland. Cross City,

OFFREGULAR Parish last Thursday October Gainesville Williston,

?3i 1.44 .5g9 1.37 1-49 PRICE 20.Used Macclenny and special guests
YARD t YARD YARD Home Ready For The Holiday eyeglasses for the from Jacksonville.
American Mad needy and Medical Missions
Besides !Mrs. Samons and
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collected Mrs.
Season were by Mrs. Coss other members of
... ._..... _.. ., N NNI ....W--- X W ..', Fh'N.' r MM V T Reverend Father Patrick
tMM rt ** M HMI' M attending the meeting were:
11111I11I111I I* 'E,MINMMNM.V.eM..!. ?. 111I1 I-1 'tt4 N TM':4.>'.,MV )1111. VISA' 11I111111I11I11I11I111I111I11111I11I11I1111I"""""11I11I1 concelebrated Foley St. Edward's Pastor Mrs. Victor Ashline, Mrs.

S. 1t..Ml. *..pN......** N. M.I. *.... L.::! Mass with Rev. Clermont Bizier, Mrs.
-NNINM.'."'....N...M_'............t.....s.W N."..MNI......' =.:.M.<.._-.., TEAL TILE & CARPET Father Flannan Walsh, Josephine Cumber Mrs. Paul
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'IA' t. .M 'IM .M AMry MMNNM. Deanery Spiritual Moderator,
Meng Mrs. Henry Stefanelli
131 1ST. Cherry 964-7423 Msgr. John P. Burns, Rev. Mrs. Ernest VanWart and
Father Edward Booth, Rev. Mrs. Francis.Ieng!\. .
Father John Dux Rev. Father

1i3( (IfJCIru; :( We Also Rent The Steam Ex John Thomas Gillespie Gordon,Rev.and Father Rev. UDC Chapter

Father Anthony Sebra.
Following the luncheon fit The W.T. Weeks Chapter.
\ 301 South Sfarke, Fla. Carpet Cleaning System the Red Barn Restaurant, an LIDO will meet Wednesday.
address was given by Miss November 2, at 3 p.m. at the
Josephine Smith of Holiday Inn.1e .

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NOTICE OF PUBLIC thereof recorded in Plat Book 1, or before the 17th day of :

HEARINGThe page 17 of the public records of November A.D., 1977 and file ,.
District III Mental Health Bradford County, Florida at a the original with the dork of the

Board, Inc., will hold a public point 120.85 feet Southerly from above styled Court on said date, By Elizabeth G.Walker Morning Worship 11 a.tn.i, and Deacons will hold a business -
hearing In the Commissioners' the N.E. Corner of said Lot 56, to show cause what right, title, Phone 964-6683 Family Day observance. meeting at 3 p.m.
Meeting Room of the Bradford continue thence South interest or lien you or any of you Pleasant Grove United Ebenezer Baptist Church
County Courthouse, located In 17' 33'36" West 382.88 feat to have In and to the property iLq Methodist Church: Every first Tuesday night 8 p.m. Bible
Starke Florida which will be the Centerline of State Road 16 described In said Complaint/ and DELL CHAPTER and second Monday night Class; Thursday night 7 p.m.
beginning at 700: p.m. on and end of said survey line. to show cause, if any you have, Young Adult Choir rehearsesat Prayer Meeting. The Minister
November 3, 1977. The purpose why said property should not be Dell Chapter 168 will hold its 7:30.: Every Tuesday at 7p.m. and Deacon Union began I
of this hearing is to create a Containing 0.23 acres more or condemned for the uses and regular monthly meeting Young Junior Choir rehearses. Thursday night, Oct. 27-30,
forum for private citizens, less, exclusive of maintainedroad purposes as set forth In the Thursday, Oct. 27, at 8 p.m. in Wednesday night Rev. Leroy Davis, Moderator
elected officials, consumers of right of way. Complaint filed herein. If you the Masonic Hall on Brownlee Prayer Meeting. Thursday Rev. Dennis Strong, presi-
service,or others to enhance the fail to do so, a default will be Street.All members are askedto night Bible Study at 7 p.m
exchange of Information and OWNED BY: Home Security entered against you for the relief be present. Sunday School 10 a.m., dent.Antloch Baptist Church:
give all Interested persons a Corporation; a Florida Corporation demanded In the Complaint. Morning Worship 11 a.m Mt. Mrs. Willie Snell will have her
voice in decisions affecting the WITNESS MY HAND AND Moriah will worship with first anniversary Nov. 5 at 8
delivery of community mental SEAL of said Court on the 19th Pleasant Grove. p.m. at Antioch Church. The
health and community SUBJECT TO: Unrecorded day of October A.D., 1977. GIRL SCOUTS MI. Morlah United public is invited to attend.
alcoholism services. The District Purchase Agreement in favor of Methodist Church: Prayer
Board is a citizen's group and Arel! Vernon Rhoden a/k/a Are) CLERK OFTHE CIRCUIT Brownie Troop 352 meets Meeting Tuesday night at FUNERAL NOTICEMr. l

needs the Input of any and all V. Rhoden and Betty Rhoden COURT every Monday at 4 p.m. at 7:30.: Sunday School 9:30 a.m.
persons interested in its planningand a/k/a/ BettyJ. Rhoden his wife. BY: Beulah M. Moody R.J.E. All parents are askedto All members are asked to Williams Coleman of )
coordinating role. DEPUTY CLERK cooperate with the leadersfor worship at Pleasant Grove at 929 Brownlee Street died
10/27-2tchg-11/3 Unrecorded Articles of" success. Leaders are Mrs 11 a.m. October 23 in Alachua General
Agreement in favor of Phillip C. 1tchg 10/27 B. Lennon and Mrs. Sarah S. Mt! Zion A.M.E. Church: Hospital, Gainesville. Funeral
Allen and Barbara E. Allen his Morris. The Sunday School will services will be held Saturday -

wife. a., Junior Troop 684 meets sponsor breakfast Sunday Oct. 29, in Mt. Morlah I |
BCT METHODIST w every Tuesday at 4 p.m. in the morning from 7-10 for a donation United Methodist Church at 4 ,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF PARCEL NUMBER 120-R annex of Greater Allen Chapel of $1. All members and p.m. with Rev. Willie Stitt ; |
FLORIDA IN AND FOR THE A.M.E. Church. Parents are friends are invited to participate officiating. Chestnut and i
COUNTY OF BRADFORDCIVIL That part of: YOUTH invited to visit and give the Haile will be in charge. !
ACTION NO: It Was Weird Really .. needed help for the growth Bethel Baptist Church: Survivors are Mary Ella
DIVISION OF ADMINISTRATION West 1/2/ of Lot 12, Woodlawn, If a trick or treater comes to and development of the girls. Prayer Meeting and Bible Coleman, a sister; one

STATE OF Section 32, T-5-S, R-22-E. your door Thursday evening Mrs. David Jones points out the awning which was blown over Ms. Audery Griffin and E. Study Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. brother, Joseph Coleman,
FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF don't get alarmed and think t the Jones double-wide mobile home Tuesday morning and Walker are the leaders. Saturday before the second nieces, nephews and a host of
TRANSPORTATION, and Lying each side of and within 40 your calendar is off a few 4 deposited at the back door. Sunday, Nov. 12, the pastor sorrowing friends.
BRADFORD COUNTY. feet of the survey line of days. "I Just put it up yesterday and today It blew down. You might
Plaintiffs Crawford Settlement Road The Methodist Youth will be I think the Old Master wanted It on the back side of the house" CHURCH NEWS
-vs- Section 28507: said survey line collecting for UNICEF from I Mrs. Jones' husband told the Telegraph. The Jones lives on
HOME SECURITY CORPORATION being described as follows: 6:30: to 8:30 p.m. Thursday I Grilfis Road Just north of Eunice Nursery two miles north of Greater Allen Chapel

et al.. Defendants. evening, October 27th. 1 Lawtey off US-301. A.M.E. Church: Family] Day RobertsBait
Begin on the West line of Hundreds of millions of Jones said he had Just gone inside the house and told his wife will be observed Sunday.
NOTICE OF HEARINGTO Section 32, T-5-S R-22-E, at a children still live in areas there was a pretty good breeze blowing outside when he heard a Each member is asked to
SHOW CAUSE point :302763 feet Northerlyfrom where they do not have sufficient noise"like a clap of thunder" and his front porch was depositedat bring a covered dish. Friday Tackle
NOTICE OF SUIT the SW comer thereof, food, health care or his back door. The awning going over the roof clipped the TV night, Oct. 28, Mrs Ethel {
thence North 76 degrees 36'35"East education. Are not programsfor antenna off, and tore the cap off the bathroom air vent, and Davenport Bannister and the
THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: 183.03 feet to the beginning children, the most wor- poked a hole in the wall of the home where the kitchen exhaustfan Veriteers will appear at 8 p.m.to 964-5143
Barbara E. Allen of a curve concave North- thwhile investment we can Is.Jones. present a program. The
Route 1. Box 150 westerly having a radius of make in future peace and said he didn't know if there were Just high winds or if a public Is' invited to attend. o i .
Traphill, North Carolina 28686 3819.72 feet, thence North- prosperity? small tornado could have been Involved. Rain came right behind Sunday services will begin SsBttes
PARCEL #102 easterly along said curve The Methodist Youth the high winds. with Sunday School at 10 a.m..
through a total central angle of football bus was back on the A'
Phillip C. Allen 17 degrees 16' 00" a distance of road again last Friday (SHINERS MINNOWS
Route 1, Box ISO 1151.11 feet to the end of said evening. The youth and v =
Traphill, North Carolina 28685 curve, thence North 59 degrees counselors enjoyed an eveningof
PARCEL #102 20'35" East 2445.01 feet to the football and fellowship as WORMS
beginning of a curve concave they journeyed to Ocala to the C1N V I .
Charles A. Crawford Southeasterly having a radius of Tornadoes vs Wildcats game. BOAT RENTALS
1913 W. Mayfield Road 11,459.16 feet thence Northeasterly Projects to create a sense of
Apartment 6 along said curve community responsibilityamong DRINKS & SNACKS
Arlington, Texas 76010 through an angle of 5 degrees the youth are includedin Allspice smells like a combination of cinnamon cloves and nutmeg.

PARCEL #120-R 39'31"distance of 1131 73 feet the youth program at the -
to the North line of said Section First United Methodist

Jeanette S. Crawford 32 at a point 103364 feet Church. If you notice a few
1913 W. Mayfield Road Westerly from the NE comer cans, bottles, trash and
Apartment 6 thereof and end of said survey magazines missing along SR

Arlington, Texas 76010 line. 100, they have been moved to What
PARCEL #120-R( the county dump. The youth to cut
Containing 0.46 acre more or selected a portion of the high-
Cleo Crawford Ledford less exclusive of maintained road way near Crosby Lake
Route 3, Box 237 right of way.OWNED .- Cemetary to clean. Last

Rock Hill, South Carolina 29730 Saturday morning they
PARCEL #120-R BY: The Unknown gathered up several bags of
heirs divisees, legatees, trash from along the roadside. down if want
and creditors of Peach on
Delma G. Ledford spouses The youth encourage all you
Route 3, Box 237: Crawford and Leona Crawford Christians to help keep the
Rock Hill, South Carolina 29730 both deceased. land God has given us
PARCEL #120-R beautiful and not throw trash
SUBJECT TO: The interest of the (Ec-
Bonnie Crawford Lord Mitchell G. Crawford and I along clesiastes 3:11): ) "He hath to cut down

Route 7, Box 47 Wanda G. Crawford, his wife; made everything beautiful in on your
Donnie H, Crawford and Wana
Kernersville, North Carolina His time.BMS.../ .
27284 : E,Crawford,his wife;Charles A.
and"Jeanette S.
PARCEL #120-R( Crawford S
Crawford, his wife; Celo NewsThe
William G. Lord Crawford Ledford and Delma G. electric bill.

Route 7, Box 47 Ledford, her husband; Betty eighth grade parentsmet
Kernersville, North Carolina Crawford Davis and George Thursday, Oct. 20, for the
Davis her husband; Shirley
27284 of electing officers
and Edward F. purpose
PARCEL #120-R Crawford Sawyer and organizing the parents for
Sawyer her husband; Bonnie the next four years. Today everybody is trying to use less electricity. Partly to conserve usage varies among different product brands;weather conditions; size,

The unknown heirs, devisees, Crawford Lord husband and William Lois G. The group will be spon-- energy. Put mostly to have lower-cost electric bills. location and insulation of a home; and each family's pattern of usage.)

legatees, spouses and creditorsof Lord, her Crawford and;Paul L. soring many money making Yet many consumers don't know which appliances or products use You'll notice that air-conditioners are the heaviest users. But you can
Peach Crawford & Leona Crawford, Jr., her husband; projects and ask for your the most electricity. So they go all out trying to save money without really still keep cool, dehumidify your home, and realize substantial savings

Crawford Residence, both Unknown deceased Lucile Crawford Carlton; Janet support.undertake The will first be project to send they the cutting down on their bills. on your cooling costs by setting your thermostat at 78 degrees. If your

PARCEL #120RIf Denise Crawford; Mary Lee eighth grade on their chosen To help you choose the best ways to conserve energy,we've prothermostat isn't marked In degrees, place a good thermometer in a room
Crawford; Tina Renee Crawford, vided the chart below. Itemized are"typical" appliance usage figures out of the air-conditioning flow to be sure you're maintaining 78 degrees.

said defendants are living and a minor trip.Attending the meeting were based both on Florida Power & Light research and industry-wide In addition to the information below, our booklet "HOW TO SAVE

if any or all of said defendant or Janie Hayes, Jane Riggs, statistics. These figures are intended strictly as examples in that they MONEY ON YOUR ELECTRIC BILL" will give you many helpful tips on
each hereby
You and are
defendants are deceased, the severally notified you that the Leona Saucer, Joyce reflect the average operating costs of various appliances. However, they energy conservation. And it's free, at any FPL office. Because at FPL, we

unknown spouse heirs, plaintiffs filed its sworn Com Chambers,Wilson Muriel and are a helpful guida to effective cost-cutting (Also,keep in mind that power want to help you save.
devisees creditors William
grantees, Evelyn
honors, or other parties claimingby plaint, together with its Declara- Cruce Ann Craft, Betty

through, under or against tion of Taking in the above and Fennell, Loretta Marchant Typical Energy Requirements of Electric Household Appliances
styled Court against you
any such deceased defendant or and Jean Roznowski.The .
defendants, if alive and, if dead, each of you as defendants following officers were Estkwh** EstMonthly Est.kwh.*** Eat.Monthly.
their unknown spouse, heirs, seeking to condemn the above elected: Betty Fennell, president Electric Product Used Monthly Cost Electric Product Used Monthly Cost
devisees, legatees, grantees, deecribed property located in ; Ann Craft, vicepresident -
creditors honors other Bradford County, Florida, by Jane Riggs secretary
or ; ; Food Preparation Fan
parties claiming by through, Eminent Domain proceedings.You Edna Trainor treasurer;i Baby Food/Bottle/ Warmer 2 ge Attic 30 51.35
under or against any such are further notified that the Loretta Marchant, ways and Broiler/Rotisserie/ 7 32c Circulating 4 18e
will call for hearing
deceased defendant or Plaintiffs up means committee; Jean Coffee Maker ,9 41 e Rollabout 12 54e
defendants, and all parties before the Honorable Wayne M. Roznowski, publicity chair Deep Fat Fryer 7 32c Water Heating and Supply
of the Judges of
Carlisle, one
having or claiming to have any Court the man; Janie Hayes Joyce Dishwasher 30 51.35 Domestic Supply Pump ('/2 HP) 27 51.22
right, title, or interest in and to the 5th above day of styled December.on A.D., Chambers and Muriel Wilson, Egg Cooker d a 1 5e Pool Pump(fY. HP) 375 $16.88
the property described In the phone committee. 8 36" HP 28
1977, at 4 O'dock p.m., In Hot Pate Sprinkler System ((1V2 ) 51.26
Complaint, to-WIt: 4 18e Water Healer(Inclusive of all uses"')
Starke Bradford County Microwave Oven 16 72c'
FPL Systemwide Average Use 212 59.54
SECTION 28507-2601 Courthouse, Florida, its application Ran With Average Use 2 Persons 195 58.78
for Order of Takingin HAllOWEENSIIFETY
SR (Crawford Settlement Road) an Oven 58 52.61 Average Use, 4 Persons 310 513.95
accordance with its Declara- With Self-Clean Oven 61 52.75
DESCRIPTION tion of Taking heretofore filed in (Note:One self-clean cycle uses earth and Beauty
this All parties to this suit Hair Dryer 2 ge
PARCEL NUMBER 102 cause. about 3.7 kwh,or about 17C.)
and all other interested parties Roaster ._ 5 23e Hair!Roller 1 5e
FEE SIMPLE RIGHT OF WAYThat Keeping kids safe Hal Heating Pad 1 5e
may appear at the time and on Sandwich Grill 3 1 14e
place designated and be heard. loween doesn'r have to be Slow Cooker 12 54e Infrared Heal Lamp 1 5"
part of.Woodlawn : such a difficult trick if you Toaster 3 14e Sun Lamp 1 5e
AND treat them right and follow Trash Compactor 4 18e Curling Iron, Makeup Mlfrr, Shave
Section 31, these six suggestions. Waffle Iron 2 9" Cream Dispenser Shaver each less each less

Township 5 South, Range 22 .Each defendant is hereby 1. Use only fireproof Blender, Can Opener. Carving Kn fe. Toothbrush,Vibrator than W than 3e
East commence at the Northwest required to serve written defenses paper or cloth: for their costumes Fondue POI Ice Crusher Ice Cream' Home Entertainment '

corner of Lot 54 and run if any, to said Complaint/ Maker Juicer. Knife Sharpener, each less each less Radio .. ;,,7 ,, 32e
East 208.75 feet. South 206.75 on: 2. If your children will be Food Mixer,Warming Tray, (han 1 than 5" Radio//Record Player 9 41'
feet, West 208.75 feet North .>1
out tnck-or-treating after Waste Disposer .. Television. ,
208.75 feet to point of beginning DUDLEY HARDY dark be sure they're wearing Food Preservation '>:t, Black&White,Tube Type 18. 81fReMgerator

County Attorney, light clothing or have some Manual, 12 cu.It. ". 78 53.51 Black&White Solid State 8 'w a 36e
Bradford County reflective: tape on their cos Retrigerator-Freezer ,::11 Color,Tube Type 44 51.98
Lying each side of and within 40 ::l : Color,Solid State .. 51.22
tumes. ,27.
P.O. Box 1030 Manual,12-14 cu.ft. 125 55.63 ,
of the line of Crawford i
feet survey 1
Starke Florida 32091 Frostfree,14-17 cu.It. 170 $7.65 Housewares "
3.. Use
Road Section flashlights, not can
Settlement ,
((904))9645701 Frostfree,17-20 cu.ft. ,. L205 59.23 Clock 114 \ 7'
28607, said survey line being described dles to light jack-o lanterns. Freezer '. 'aew,':.' Floor Polisher 1 5'

as follows: Manual 14Y2-17'h CU.It. ,; r1\.f",135 56.08 Sewing Machine 1 Se

FrOStfree,14'h-17Ya cu.n. ." 188 58,46 Vacuum Cleaner 4 18t c
the East line of Section
31 Begin, T-5-S on R-22- 6, at a point Laundry ervlces r'; -' Ughtlng ':
302763 feet northerly of the A-l FOREIGN CAR Dryer k<:'f':15; :: 53.38 4-5 Rooms 50 $2.25 t

S E. Comer of said Section 31, Hand Iron 23' 6-8 Rooms 60 $2.70

thence South 76'-1 36'36" West Washing Machine(Automatic) .i-3I\\> ,f .. 41' Outdoors 1 Spotlight All Night 45 $2.03

632.(09 feet to the beginning of a SERVICE Comfort Conditioning ...
"KwuwrgIMwnlsrore" eanepsrad
pensssoiconnuoM -
curve concave southerly having ? Central System- camros.d rid_.?_S5..........d_ws cagn.wrarrne. ...__..__. .
a radius of 17.188.73 feet, Tons 565.25 -.0-110' Kwh....'.....,........" .. Emeanaoe.ye..w orbs bsumorrorbd.,
thence southwesterly along said r= DIl 1J 3Tons ;jr. ti450 594.50 wen bema.monns...one rd C;="."piionans: ,.Qrsiy*: '' M:: rbWy.snp.' .sore". Id1.I0"--:
curve through a total central) Tons '1i 5123.75 cvi.__......'" ....... .......,
i I Room Unit' Swia' gign.C" e.cud-'facto,..
angle of 3" 44O" t distance of \. .
1113.33 feet to the end of said 1 TonEER6 /.lj't- 2perhr. 9tperhr. "E.drerwsn.s..stout ehrwebeer" iW rxmceansm.r.eIn iowsi
1 Ton EER8 "' 1'hperh 7' per hr. wr.'E.awWwbmea".__ot>out M"ek.etrMwunFaneweya.and (_1-__''''___
curve, thence South 72 53'56"West .eor ,pe sls "cmewmc..abrMd
Free Lube Job With Oil ; -'M1'hperhr. hr.
1473.44 feet to the To'.EER6 7' per tkwerawrmwsNaoamseyck memnyoerea.oarpsdrM.rnrypk.IFPLurart .
Ton,EER 8 hr.. 5, per lu. .. ".y eppnrknwM.a- j
beginning of a curve concave Dehumidifier .r+ 1 $1.40 :: "OMp""QM"enrs'eeiRa-" 4
radius of
southeasterly having a Cl3l1&6'! Good Unt" 11/20.77 Electric Blanket 12 54' P .
127324 feet, thence south "."! .\\\jI.
westerly along said curve .. .,,.. 1;
total central angta of .
through a 473-4001 ... ... -
56" 2070"a distant of 1229.75 ..:..
feet to the end of said curve; ,;
100 A Heights 32656 .
Hwy. 21Keystone ,
thence South 17' 3735" Whet .
We want to help save.
137.98 feet to the art Ins of Lot you

56, Woodlawn as per pM



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Page TELEGRAPH Oct.27.1917' .

i 7 Earn Straight A's At BMSSeven

Bradford middle Robin Diane Stern, 12, Browne Louis Andrew Chaff Lori Ann Muse Melvin Michelle Dawn Griffis, Teresa
School students less than one daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Michael Christmas, Bernard Randalls, Tammy Ann Harley Robert Harris,
percent of the student body of Roland Stern of Starke likes to Lori Ann Clark, James Renee Richards, Daniela Ann Hope Mlchaele Jackson,
731, are straight A Honor Roll play the piano. 'Robin takes Richard Fender, Le Ann Rigby, Donald Joe Riddick, Slaathta Jenkins. Sybil Jancle.
students for the first six weeks chorus PE,science languagearts Flynn, Angela Adah Folsom, John Francis Riggs Darla Kelly James Bery King, Karl
r grading period ending Oct. 10. math and social studies. Angela Kristina Johns,. Sue Roberts, Robert Keith Kim Kramer Kenneth Maxe
Only Honor Roll student in Eight graders on the A Belinda Dawn Joiner Schultz, Johnathan RIley LeNeave, Charles Edward
I the sixth grade is George Honor Roll are: Michelle Lynn Klmutls, Sweat, Jeffrey Scott Taylor, Martin, Mary Catherine
I Edward LeVasser, Jr. son of Laura Alexandra Oehler, Martha Ann Murphy, Donna Donna Faye Tyler and Donnie ,Martin, Terri Lynn Massey
Mr and Mrs. James Pen- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marie Newmans Ruth Leon Wilkerson. Felecla Alberta Nichols, Julie
nington, of Starke. George 11 Howard Oehler of Starke. Richardson Faith, Mary Roberts, Eight graders on the A-B Marie Pendarvis, Thomas
takes physical education Laura 13, takes math Pamela ivjlchele Sams, Honor Roll are: Joseph Edward Powell, Tina Rennee
math science language arts! science, language arts, socialstudies Cynthia Annette Gregory Andrews,Tina Marie ,Ratltff, Shelley Lee Sikes,
social studies and band and typing and PE. Mark Allen ,Townsend Sysskind..ana Best, Vickie Lynn Carver Ferrell Louette Smith, Karen
has beer can collecting as a Randy Caesar Parado, 13, Julee Ann Wise. Karen Joanne Chitty Tina Denise Thorpe, Kevin Dean
P. hobby.Seventh. son of Mr. and Mrs.. Romeo Marie Collier, James Scot Underhill Lynn Marie
graders on the A Parado of Raiford, likes A-B Honor Roll students in Craft,Constance Marie Davis, Wallace, Nancy Lea Wallace,
Honor Roll are: football. Randy takes Algebra the seventh grade are: Susan Harriet Yvonne Davis, and Edward Arthur Winkler
Lori Ann Flvnn, 12, I, science, PE, social studies, Dawn Alvarez, Ethel Lorain Tamara Ilene Denton, Jr. 31. '
-s daughter of Mr. and Mrs. language arts and band. Bass, Dale Robert Buchanan -
Charles Flynn of Starke. Lori, Lavonia Ann Cannon (
who plays tennis, takes Entire Stock of Jeans One- Charlotte I1llhIIIJtIIHhutL11tIlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIJIIllhIIIIuhIItltII Et
:horus, language arts, social Diane Leigh Crawford
Fourth to One-Third Off
studies, science and PE. LEILAS. Thomas Reginald Crosby 1978 Model I Mobile Hornet
Jeffery Allen Powell 13,son Maria Dianne Darley, Cynthis
of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Marie
Bradford I\llddleSchoolall-A Honor Roll students for the first six weeks grading period ending Powell of Starke likes to build DeLlnda Gingham, Jeffery Now In.. Stoek .
Oct. 10 are (l-r) Front: George Edward LeVasser Jr. and Craig Stephen Sapp. Back: Robin model airplanes. Jeffery Sixth grade students on A-B Marshall Johnson, Kimberly
Diane Stern Lori Ann Flynn. Jeffery Allen Powell. Randy Caesar Parado. Not pictured: Laura takes PE, math, science, Honor Roll for the first six Ann Lawson, Lisa Marie Good Selection Of Singles
Alexandra Oehler. language arts social studies weeks are: Tina Marie Lawson, Sadie Lynette Mc-
and band. Bowen. Gwendolyn Marshall Duffle Theresa Fay Murphy, Doubles & The All New
Craig Stephen Sapp son of -

Hampton Town CouncilTo Mr Starke and likes Mrs.to Joe play Sapp football of Grab One Hour Of Extra Sleep 14 WI desSelection

and build model airplanes.
Craig 12 takes health, social
studies, PE, math, science Saturday NightTurn Off ReposSingles .
Study Proposed Charter and language arts. ,

over and go back to ""falling! back, and springing & Doubles
"Hampton's charter is so system and waterworks could "good morals. Home HintsQUESTION sleep-next Sunday morning, ahead.'
old. it's a strain to make it be built. The city fathers also tried to that is. If you forget to set your
work in the modern world," The charter also allowed for avoid problems with fire and : As winter It will be the day of repay- clock back an hour Saturday
attorney Richard Welty said the city to set up the modern explosions by having the moves in-I need to store my ment, when most Americans night, you'll find yourself
in discussing the document conveniences of the time. The power to regulate the storage fans do you have any will recover (without interest) getting to church an hour late
which was set up 52 years ago city could establish an ice of gunpowder and explosives suggestions? (Mrs. L.R.) that hour of sleep they lost or is it an hour too early?
for the operation! of the then house and cold storage area and the use of candles lamps, ANSWER: Yes, before in April when the nation un- Figure it out yourself.In i >u l
whose and also and steam in all shops, derwent its annual switch to the meanwhile anyonefor
thriving young town provide a gas system pipes putting fans away, wipe accumulated -
founders had high hopes of developing for heating and illuminating. stables, and garages. from the Daylight Savings Time. Samoa?
into a major trade The charter-framers also The charter also reflects the blades with paper towel or a Eastern Standard Time .
center. gave the town the power to set changes in Florida laws since clean cloth. Then, wash care- resumes officially at 2 am., t : L 4
Recognizing the fact that up a city poorhouse, jail, city it was written. Over four fully with a soapy water solu- October 30, meaning that
their charter is obsolete, the hall, and hospital. pages of the charter deal with tion and sponge. Rinse dry clocks should be set back an )
Hampton Council recently While public transportation the method the city tax thoroughly and wrap fan in a hour in accordance with the Good Looking Homes
assigned Welty the task of rewriting is a subject much in the news assessor and tax collector paper or plastic bag. time-honored reminder: Fall
the charter in terms of today, the topic was also a could operate. Both jobs were back; spring ahead. Priced At
taken over by the county in The lucky residents of a few Right
broad, general guidelines part of the Hampton 1925 QUESTION: Isn't it best to
which will give the town a charter. The city had the 1970. store bread in the fortunate areas will be sparedall
base for coping with city power to borrow money to The charter still has the refrigerator? (Mrs. B.K.) \ this confusion, remaining standard k John Brown's
problems arising in the late establish a "street railway" mayor serving as the judge ANSWER: It depends. permanently on
quarter of the 20th Century. or trolley car system. for the city court even though Bread will stale less quickly in time. In case you're tired of
Among other major The city council was also municipal courts in Florida a bread box at room temper- setting your clock up and back Mobile Home CenterN.
changes Welty will propose a given the power to be the were phased out in January of ature than in a refrigerator: you might consider moving to
switch to the Mayor. of the 1976. Arizona, parts of Indiana,
watchdogs public however, in hot, humid
Commissioner form of morality. The charter gave While Hampton never grew weather, it is better stored in Hawaii, Puerto Rico, the Hwy 21 Keystone 473-3775
government whereby the the council the power to pass into a large urban metropolis the refrigerator to prevent Virgin Islands, or American
mayor will be elected from the all ordinances as necessary to like the city fathers en- mold. Do not store bread on Samoa. They're spared the
commission (council) and will prohibit gambling and visioned, and the ice houses the top of your refrigerator semi-annual inconvenience of
have a vote in city affairs gambling houses, exhibitions and gas !lights. have disap- result mold!I
strengthening the power of his shows, circuses, parades, or peared, the city and the
office. Under the 1925 charter, amusements contrary to charter still remain.
the mayor has the right of

veto ridden, but, Welty that points can be out.over One Race Set In Lawtey Vote

The proposed new charter Jim Waiter
will also contain major Registration to vote In the oppose incumbent Robert a
changes in the offices of town Lawtey city election to be held Scott for the seat three spot in
marshal and town clerk, Dec. 6 closed Friday Oct. 21. the only race
making them appointive, Voters in the December The voters will also decideIn
rather than elective, as at election must reside within December if the city clerk nw
present. Welty said the increasingly the city limits of Lawtey and should be an appointive rather great home buy
complex work required have registered at the courthouse than an elected position. If the
by both offices increases prior to the Oct. 21 voters choose to have an
the need for pro- deadline if they were not already appointive clerk the changewill
fessional people, and the need registered. come following the expiration -
for more control by the Former Lawtey councilman of the upcoming two for
council both positions.(commission) over Spurgeon "Spud" Massey will year term.Warehouse. you

Welty said the new charter r
would be much simpler than
the present one which goes
into unnecessary details in a *
number of areas. 9
The proposed charter would
also remove the city court and SALowl's
the offices of city tax assessor
and tax collector from the
charter to comply with DISCOUNT MOUSE ,iltf
present laws.
The council will begin workon M w 100 W. 964-S606

meeting the new, but charter residents at its next will Of(in A WirtlHat fall Of Hn ",,,"dire i <

have to vote their approval of AI Itw-ltm-ftlm . . ; :
the document in a referendum = ;_

before It the can go Hampton into effect."hill' town'charter LAMPS t SHAPES Assorted Sizes From MO"N'li"NAILS f

may be old and hardto Assorted Sizes MS/ 50 Lbs. i'
work with, it does make

interesting insight reading into Florida and givesan and COFFEE TABLES & End Tables '!$" '!$" Ea.
Hampton The city history fathers of Hamptonhad BATH TUBS (Porcelain) '6" Ea.

for their little l.Y
big plans
CARPET ijis '$" / Sq. Yard
town back in 1925. The charter

gave purchase the town real the estate power and to WATER HEATERSRheem( ) 20.30.40 Qal SVH'M" ;'w r 'Wr ',( .r ->7.' r :* ,,. Tw 1

property so a telephone jijyr.mr i/r/ 4 '1 ya hsN ( INNiI ilWbd,119 ::''
New & Used Mobile Home Appliances'NEW ,WItNIq!! 1 i :r f b f11u111 ,
Entire Stock of Jeans One-
Fourth to One-Third Off ..tUIl.S. USED FURNITURE .... .__ i .' "
: .
|J.J Wire With Ground 15V Fttoo

Aluminum Entrance Cable t"/ Ft.' Together we'll build and you'll SAVE MONEYS The LEXINGTON
2..'. Studs 75' Ea. Together..you. your family and Jim Walter can new home,completely finishing the outside In every More than 20 I' .
build a NEW, PERMANENT home.. a whole lot of detail.. and we'll finish the Inside to the stag you different models 'T
Ql'ESTlON: Do you have a 2d' Studs 70' Ea. home for less. money than you would believe po..ltell us to... up to 90% complete You tell us where available. L PpIT
"-"- tl ,
"Finger Paint Recipe?" ble. Together we'll build TODAY'S BEST INVEST. to stop Then you and your family can lake over and Choose the onethat's j LU-E I ,
(Mrs. S.Y.) BAR STOOLS All Wood Deluxe 'If" MENT. Here's how-We'll provide the mortgage cut your overall building costs to the bare bone. Do 'I
A.-NSWER:< : Yes. To make financing. You furnish the property. We'll build your as much or aa little of the Inside work as you like... Just right, .
"paint," mix ''a cup of corn BUNK BEDS Twin 1140" the more you do, the less your cost will be and priced right f for =-1.=J-
starch with three-fourths cup NEW SOFA lED CHAIR 'ft** the greater will be the return on your Investment you and your 4+
cold water in a medium-sized & We offer a complete line of Together we'll build your new home...TO DAY'S family. j 1 .-.me:
In the meantime
saucepan. BEST INVESTMENT that =
can be like cash In the
soak 1 envelope of unflavored METAL DINETTE 5 Piece' 'Uti
HONE COTTAGES bankgalninglnvalu.ye.raneryear
cup of cold water. GET ALL THE FACTS FROM JIM

felatinin'j hot water into the TRUSSEL WOOD DINETTE 5 Piece125ee WALTER TODAY.W*want you to know all th*
starch mixture and cook over INSTANT MORTGAGE FINANCING TO lasts about Jim Walter' quality-built homes. W*
medium heat until it comes to QUALIFIED PROPERTY OWNERS. G.nwould like for you to see all of the more than twenty
a boil and is smooth. COUCH t CHAIR Deluxe 144" .ra...,, mortgage money Is scarce and hard to find. model offered. We would like to tell.. you the exact
Remove from heat and _r mss, But at Jim Walter Horn.,we finance our homes... costs and what your monthly mortgage payment
blend in softened gelatin.(powder Add) or BED MATTRESSES & SPRIN03 "zT '7SOENIUNE L and It'. 'Instant with no third party to delay. credit would b* for any of our homes built on your prop-
>a cup detergent until approval. We handle the details In Just a few days erty to whatever stag of Inside completion you
soap flakes This and makes stir about 3 Boston .2791 i lair .. .then construction begins. So don'l wait around choose. When you have ALL the facts, w* think

cups.dissolved.Divide into portions in Large Selection Of Utility BuildingsThis tj,' -i a cottace while Walter building Homes costs locIa,.continue to war Contact Jim you'll choose Jim Walter a* your builder.

jars or and food bowls.coloring A powdereddye may be week Special FREE FULL-COLOR CATALOG!IJIIII

used for color. Add 1 teaspoon Fill out and mail No obligation.
Silt SHED 701"
of mixtureor
ofd eforeachcup W.I'.r
desired shade. For white, 1 0 More Various Sizes To Choose From..... HOMES _.
add white tempra paint l n -
powder. Store paint in a jaror OLIN'S DISCOUNT Ve are Interested' In more Information' about Jim, )
container with a tight. Jacksonville, FLA. 32216 OCALA, FLA. 32670 I today Homes.I Pltase understand send there your Is full-cotor no obligation ealaloo' of wa"I I I
fitting lid. if not using nght HOUSE
away and in a cool place. The Hwy. 100 w. 964-5606 P. O. Box '16965 I I
P. O. Box 954 !
recipe may be multiplied and 'u ._ _ I
paints surface can(preferably be used on glazed paper NEW FALL HOURS 6227 Phillips Highway II I AMMUSSI I

shelf pa per or butcher paper.) 3001 South Pine st. I CITY .TATize I
Open Seven Days A Week U.S. No. 1 South Tdgsh.e..ra.lekb.n' ) -

MINI: -GOLF: Family Fun: MOD Fri 10:CO 6.00 Sat. 9:00.5:00: : PH: 732-3714 I i H ivral. ...... pJe *. give rflrertle. I
\ Thurt. Is Ladle Day: sac Per : 733-3250 I
: Game. Sun 1 ::00 5.00:
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27.1111 TELEGRAPH Pale

Recreation News

HALLOWEEN PARTY most interest shown. There
may be a charge for the
The Recreation Department supplies or each person may
will have a Halloween party, supply their own supplies.
Friday,Oct.28,at Pratt Street
Center starting at 3 p.m. F .: M-
The party will be for boys CHRISTMAS DECORATION
and girls ages 715. Games, CLASS ,
prizes and fun. Please let the
Recreation Department know Classes on Christmas I
if you plan to attend, so that Decorations and Ornamentswill
we may plan accordingly be offered through the F 4
Recreation Department.
CRAFTS FOR KIDS Classes are scheduled to
begin Monday night, Nov. 7
The Recreation Department from 7 10 p.m. and Wednesday -
will offer craft courses for morning, Nov. 9, from
boys and girls 9 a.m. 12 noon.I bv
ages +."Ilo
Various types of crafts will be The class Is for anyone 16 1 w1'f
taught, such as macrame and over. It will be an Informal -
decoupage, threedimensionalpictures type class with each I,
needlepoint, crewel person sharing ideas for'
embroidery, Christmas Christmas decorations and ;
decorations and ceramics. then, having time to work on .
Sign up for the craft of your these Ideas in class.There will',
choide at Pratt Street Center be no charge for the class. :
from 3 5 p.m, Monday Each person is responsible for :

through Friday. Classes will their own supplies. I Q ..- .. .
be held on Fridays and the If you are interested In attendIng -, { ,
first class is scheduled to a class, please call the : The charred ruins of the old Camp Blanding field house and gym which burned early Sunday morning.
begin November 4th Recreation Department,. 964- I
The class offered will 6792. There must be a i Fire Destroys Old Blanding Fieldhouse GYMA
depend on the craft with the minimum of six to a class. II i ,

30,000-square foot frame considered a possible sourceof awakened occupants of fire department, but the blaze
building, used as a gym and the fire but other residences across the street was too far advanced by that
I Sen. Stone Support Tip Credit Rules field house during World WarII possibilities are now being from the warehouse. They time to prevent a complete I
burned to the ground at investigated following an alerted the Camp Blanding loss.
Camp Blanding nhniit.\j m inspection of the site by the
Waiters, waitresses and raise the minimum wage from .elr Sunday. state fire marshal Monday.No o

busboys restaurants in and Florida's hotels many $2.30 to $265 per hour and Now used for storage of all report has yet been made. Jordan Agency At starke
phase out the tip credit. This National Guard employees sift through charred ruins of burned types of National Guard
be hurt
actually by a Senate would require restaurant warehouse If valued at The building and contents 964-5237
to increase Camp Blanding to see any supplies new equipment, including one
attempt the
minimum owners to pay the full $280,000.are salvagable. From left are John Goolsby In chargeof Jeep, property loss of the were insured, and National CHURCHES
Sen. Richard wage Stone says U.S. minimum wage by 1983 and the warehouse, Johnny Suggs and Robert Hall.A building's contents was Guard auitors are working to
any tips would amount to estimated at minimum of compile a complete list of the
additional Income. new warehouse has been constructed and the contractor $100,000. No estimate was building's contents.
Therefore Sen. Stone has
Restaurant owners and asked for an additional day on the new building; otherwisethe made as to value. of the
prooosed an amendment to S.
1871 the minimum wage bill such workers alike for have opposed supplies stored In the burned building would have been building. The fire was not discovered DEDICATED TO SEWING YOU INTEREST
layoffs employees, moved before the fire., wiring at first until
now pending before the higher food prices, and fewer Faulty was the noise from the blaze
Senate, to maintain current customers because of the in-
"tip credit" rules. These creased costs to restaurantand
rules, in force since 1967, hotel owners,
allow an employer to count If if AT j
employees' tips toward as "Currently, the tip credit fft ? o i-ee
much as 50 percent of the ensure that tipped employees FOOD
minimum wage. will receive the minimum
As drafted, the bill now wage at all times and usually
under consideration would more." said Sen. Stone.

LIPTON e $ 89
MINI-GOLF: 5 Free Passes Entire Stock of Jeans One-
For Low Score Each Month. Fourth to One-Third Off at
LEILAS.Servicemen. FAIR .

I 100 COUNT SAVE 60'

Navy Aboard McRae Seaman USS Serving Eisenhower Recruit SOFT WEVE 14'' BAN ROLL-ON m. are pleased I to acceptU.S.D.A.


2, Box 23C, Starke, is servingas

a crewmember aboard the ASSORTED, WHITE. & UNSCENTED
Navy's newest aircraft '
McRae joined the Navy in ..
2 PAK _. iini'i.DOZ '
October 1976. 01- liHfll NOW GOOD ON IMPORTED FOODS ALSO!
The USS Dwight D. Eisenhower
was commissioned Oct. Angel Serving J
18 at the Naval Station, Aboard Eisenhower
Norfolk. Va. mn ,*-* ..*..,, -,..NavY."f4.ess' MangementSpecialist ',""" .1h- Bargains in Grocery / ,ALL *tTCHS' AND, MICH GOOD THURS, OCT. 2J. THRU f
Tho Honorable Harold Second Class T MED.* NOV. 2 1977 QUANTITY BIGHTS RISEftVCO

Brown, Secretary of Defense Aurelyj, Angel, whose wife g1 COMPARE -w..nd.N .-...........
was the guest speaker andMrs. Doris is the daughter of Mr.
Pantry Pride Photo Center On KMU 15MWM10Nestle
and Mrs. David Tanner of
Mamie Eisenhower
widow of the late general and, Route 1, Box 368, Lawtey, is SAV .. Hat Cocoa Mix 99 10'>
president, was the honored serving as a crewmember Pantry Pride Photo Center cSt o a w UKMNinmm
guest at the ceremony. aboard the Navy's newest air- Tomato Juice 2/M/ &
craft carrier. COLOR FILM
McRae is one of more than MM Nin nm
3,300 officers and enlisted men Angel joined the Navy in DEVELOPING Snack Crackers 49c to'
October 1960. I
assigned to the Eisenhower.She Q ITU uw OUM snu nwr UHON
has an overall length of COLOR PRINTS Furniture Polish 69* 30'>
1,092 feet and a flight deck DEVELOP AND PRINT
area covering four and one- 12 EXPOSURE U1O 126 or 135 S....) S2 87
half acres. Displacing more 20 EXPOSURE I110 128 or 1S tin)$4 07 SAVE I
than 94,000 tons, she can COLOR REPRINTS J1 EACH 0 t t r O
travel at speeds in excess of 30 .I
knots. In addition to her
From standard nagativM up to 4 x 5
regular crew, the Eisenhowercan 5.7 1109
accommodate 100 tactical 8. 10 $2 20 .
aircraft and approximately
2,800 personnel assigned to an 1 COLOR SLIDES
attack aircraft wing. .Her I DEVELOP 20 EXPOSURE (110. 128 or 35m) $1 89
endur- A.kCharley DEVELOP 38 EXPOSURE(1110. 128 or 35m) $2.79
high-speed steaming
ance is provided by two I COLOR MOVIES ,. COMPARE oV./r"'Aron"" .WO
nuclear reactors which are I DEVELOP SUPER 8 or REGULAR S $1 89 i
expected to provide more than 'rteJohn. / O Folger's Coffee 56. SAVE oI
13 years of normal ship oper- E. PHOTO SPECIAL : .
ation without refueling. His I EXTRA SET OF PRINTS AT TIME OF DEVELOPING 1 1(1 OK
ship is one of the least vulner- 12 EXPOSURES $1 00 Crisco Shortening 5109 1 SAVE I

able carriers constructed, due 20 EXPOSURES $200 1 "IoIS"S'1.III..IIS, ft '
to extensive armor shielingand "A careless act can causer EXPOSURES $300 Pudding Recipes Cake 77DclMonte Y SAVE 1
an improved antitorpedohull another person to lose his .
design. dight.Jiis masculinity..and
Se, ea' ii 701' 73' j
The Eisenhower is the
result in a law suit for _ _
second ship in the "Nimiti"class NESTEA
100,000 or more The FYNE TASTE DC I. MONTI
Is named of aircraft for carriers.the late She usual $10,000 personal STRAWBERRYPRESERVES Iced Tea LIQUID WHOLE CHUN BAR-B-QUE

President Dwight D. Eisen- liability policy is no longer PUMPKIN MIX DETERGENT BEANS SAUCE i
hower and, along with the adequate. Can the Charley !
Nimltz, shares the distinctionof E. Johns Agency increase 2 no
being the largest naval Comprehensive %0 : J
my JJ
_ 1AM y
vessels ever built. Personal Liability to _ _

homeported The Eisenhower in Norfolk will Va.be $100,000..even $1,000,000for l .I" ,, ....' ....,. .'<
just a few dollars more

pee mi urn?" ........ ....
COMPARE a__.. wro Bargains in Frozen i Health & Beauty Aids COMPARE 'U"CIS' wW ..
l01 r I ntr i-r HMUH nvu
r JOHNS AGENCY Texaco Anti-Freeze 2" 50' COMPARE ":kOWMMCIt*"wro' COMPARE "::.'::'.:.:. wm5 Ry0-Yac Batteries 99* 30" j
..... IIM ttnMHU!
Prestone Anti-Freeze 3" "' IM CMISI' 1>u POTIIM-MI I**""tJW STP Motor Oil 8f* 32'
131 S. WALNUT ST. STARKI" E w Lambrecht Pizza 79e 20' Toothpaste 79* 38'
PHONE 984.5070t .. STP Gas Treatment 2/M/ 1 34- STP Oil Filters S219 10"I
Trophy i Strawberries 3/M/ +I' j Mouthwash fVs GO' I

I .
I Super Discount Fruit uKMilMtKUmmlCMMIIMMM Pies 4s13Norwich l. J Aspirin 79'NO z0 EveryDayLowPrice SAVE$l lW

SO MANYA ,iw/(.IHIII i"n...0l n mm*, wsamii
PREFERRED BY Party Pizza *2" 20' i Tickle Roll-On $1"' sir CHAMP 1

,I PEPSI Pies aN1MN 4/99/ / 33* j Hair 11III11&1'1 color S 1" ,01 DOG ,.

funeral service is a most personal I _

expression of tribute. It should be planned 3e _i6' iii

according to individual wishes.That is why we NUfW<) P I ARM' RATION:
at DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home go to great I 64oz PLASTIC : IiiDIS GLAZEDDONUTS NAIL POLISH :

lengths to assure complete freedom of selec I REMOVER3l

tion. Selections are made in privacy and with 79

full information. That is another reason that 25 LBBAG

for more that 65 years so many families hav RETURN e } _

preferred the DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home. : BOTTLES z I II

leWitt C. Jones '
30' 3$

DeWitt C.JonesFuneral Bags JUICE
I !
Home I I sJ. CAN s
St.,... ec..IOft. M9U. I
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' Mental Health wards (From page 1) .... ........ .... .. .. .. .... K

\ Ley dinator as a volunteer who Williams also introducedthe delinquency,drug and alcohol health and lawyers 'interested I
, "asked for no recognition and clinic board of directors.BoardmembersfromUnion. abuse dysfunctional suicides behavior.and other !in justice for community
I'works tirelessly In the prevention.
,I County are Robert Driggers, Shevin said his suggestions "Prevention is the opportunity
program. John Shaw, Garnett Dukes, for areas for prevention are to receive a 6 Ip' fat
Also presented were five John Marcus Howard, Sam the home, school and the education, it begins with
\.. year service awards to staff Johns. Wilson Rivers Robert community.!! teachers who are dedicated to
i workers Mary Branson, aftercare Walker and Morris Brown St. "Prevention is employment preparing young people
and gynecology Bradford Directors are: ere men and women life, not merely matriculatingfor
,. program; Cecilia Shaw, Maxie Carter Rev. George are themselves able work to support? them it begins with learningexperiences ,
John Hazel and their families and environments
and Digs
alcoholism program; with "
Pain dignity honor
Elaine Lee, childrens Rev. Patrick Foley, which encourage self-
Richard Welty and Andy Shevin. He continued, "showsaid confident decision making,"
program.Dr. me a community where there
Dennon said Shevin.
William J. "Bill"
Lennon executive director of Shevin was introduced by are no jobs, no opportunitiesto A parent of three, Shevin
the clinic was surprised with a county commissioner Hazel learn a action trade in', and hiring: no, and af.firmative said prevention begins withV
ueforoutstandingservice Paulk as a "friend of community parents who accept their
pla mental health I'll show you a community responsibility as a parent, and
since cen
as director of the clinic
where crime I and
J A j drugs.run who
five ters. parents respect their
its inception years ago.
,j ; : During his 15-minute speech rampant. children and allow them to
I P ,.'iJii.t,. Shevin touched on adequate make decisions and
}! J. Rev. praisedLennon I Shevin said it is time to require
"M, 'r?" for Harper out develop policy for housing, recreation and them to accept and evaluatethe Hands the county as Bradford County Commissioner
c t l ):"'fr coming among publicf community facilities and across
: prevent juvenile consequences together. chats with Union County supervisor of electionsMrs.
-1. t, the pine trees to provide doctors interested in public E.W. Hodges
"': mental health services. The Lottie Lee Archer.Main speaker Attorney General Robert
t staff of the clinic has grown Tax Bills To Be Sent Out MondayAbout Shevin chats In the background following the second annual I
a from three to a force of 17 in Bradford-Union Guidance Clinic banquet.
the five years it has been in .
operation. Among the mental 10,000 Bradford time are being taxed to Divided into districts as
County Commissioner Hazel Paulk chats with Louie L. health services the clinic County taxpayers will beglr support either the St. Johns "per natural watershed area"
Wainwright, Jr. and Attorney General Robert Shevin followingthe provides area: an alcoholism receiving their 1977 tax bills!> River or Suwannee River the rest of the county's 284
second annual banquet of the Bradford-Union Guidance counseling program,child and and can get a 4 percent water management districts. square miles is !in the
Clinic.FUQUAY'S. family guidance, emergency discount by paying in This new tax will add .138, Suwannee district and will
--- 7"" .. counseling service, after-care November.Tax about 13 cents for each $1,000of pay .30 mills.
services for training commu bills will go into the property valuation, in six Florida voters in 1976 gave "
: nity caregivers.. mail Monday, Oct. 31, the tax square miles of Bradford taxing authority to the various
: Lennon gave a brief overview collector's office says. County a strip about one mile water management districtsin
CARPET WJ( J of the clinic saying what Taxes are due in March, but wide, north of the Keystone the state to provide money
CLEANINGPROFESSIONAL makes it work is "people taxlayerscansavea little by Airport to south of Keystoneon for use in protecting and
-. working together with people paying early. Those paying In Geneva Lake. conversing water resources.
: to help people." Lennon said it December get 3 percent off; taxpayers will be paying
::.:.:::=.:qtr:! was people like Reo. Frank: those in January 2 percent and -------- the base 7.576 incounty county taxes

CLEANING """ .. ,.......... Williams who was _cited._! in February 1 percent. EntireStockofJeansOneand 6.590 in school taxes.
lor obtaining mental health Those waiting to pay taxes Fourth to One-Third Off at Starke residents will beSTEAM'
I The Japanese dishfrom sukiyaki legislation.Also in March will receive no LEI LAS paying 3.532 in city taxes plus
OR SHAMPOO actually came Europe, on hand for the banquetwere discount and all taxes not paid' the base tax and f "
and was introduced into dignitaries from both in March will be assessed a -------- schools tax.
Free Estimates Japan by the Portugueseor counties who were introducedby late payment penalty.In The county taxes will be ,
Dutch arou nd 1600. Williams. About 125 per addition to the usual broken down,3.527 for general Recipients of awards for providing assistance to the Brad
964-8596 Entire Stock of Jeans Onesons attended the banquet taxing authorities, city, "There is always room at the revenue; 1.115 hospital; 1.118 ford-Union Guidance Clinic during award ceremonies held at
10113.11/1 1 Fourth to One-Third Off atLEILAS. held at the Starke Golf and county, and the school board, top." Daniel Webster road ana bridge and 1.816 for the Starke Country Club. Saturday, Oct. 22 are (1 l-rt)I Pete
Country_Club. uropertv owners for the first fines and forfeiture. Alderman Union County Sheriff. John Whitehead Jim
Bloodworth, Dr. Jose Llinas. director of the Inpatient
psychiatric unit at Alachua General Hospital, and Dr. Bill
About Shopping At Food Fair Lennon executive director of the clinic holding a plaque for hisS
years of service to the community.Not pictured Is Union County
FOOD Clerk Robert Driggers. who was recognized as president of the
board of directors. 197576.Receiving .


LARGE ,' trI

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recognition for five years work with the Bradford-
Union Guidance Clinic are 11-rl): Elaine Lee Cecilia Shaw and
7t'AaS tW -k Mary Branson. Seated at the table are Mrs. Bill Lennon, Rep.
w. .1..r w.tla. FrankVilliams and Bradford County Commissioner hazel

ALL ITCMS AND PRICES 60OO TMUBt., OCT. 27.''THRU WEO.' NOV ,'1977, _QUANTITY ft 10NTS RESERVED. The Restaurant Equipment Co.
Bargains in Meat -
i ; 925 W. Adams ,Jax:' "
w..RM:: w:o"

'fcOWMMIM"0:0". COMPARE a::.:'M: :" w:o'" .Mima i MEAT ti KI DEPARTMENT special ***special ***specialspecialNew

Bacon Ends $129 1 40'to

Axeierod's i r Yogurts 2ge 10' DELI DEPARTMENT ITUI llu Ml Reach In Refrigerators
Beef Steakettes 5139 10'
NUT .11.Ital PU
.BoPllrd""en'ts'.Cheese Kisses 85c 10' Oscar Mayer Franks 109CU1 30' 6' GH.20T S/S Front Aluminum Interiors
lobes 6119 '
iiu fit WMI IM
Sour Cream 59 10 1114' 20' -II...l01L Commercial
Sunnyland Sausage Deluxe Model
Meat Sausage M"1 10'I
MIT Mil f II HI C4Q4
10 alittle SIKtl Ital Only $99500 Less 10% Cash *
SAYE Lykes Grill Franks 'I SAVE Ridge 5119 Carry
) I Zpl Holly Bacon m
Sizzlers 89c w 50,000 Other Goodies At Popular Prices

CENTER CUT BEEF I j Skinless Franks bo 1 21' b' IIUN nuir 11 U plea The Restaurant Equipment Co.

; SIRLOINSTEAKS Sliced luifu Bologna M nit 21" Pork LoinCHOPS Cubed Chuck owes _SteakntsHouiiTiiti ..That !SI6' 3..' 925 W. Adams JaxaDew&

DAIRY DEPARTMENT ':jv:' 'IH'III'Boneless Stew Beef 6111 II-

Ground Beefmum 78e 21'
X M m mt iki w ..
I 3 TO 5 LB PKG -Mm. 'BB':''pMt naff*MaMiMMicttM
.C' 98 21' > n iH mm
Sliced WltIl.CIIPS Cheese Singles ti o Fryer Combo Pkg. II 88 C tit 5tIitR

Dean's Dips 39 10'> IItJII'IIU'MAlfIIlCl'
CHOICE Porknlo'n' $133 tot : ,. '"'''''k'''',
man mtituar | RYE 100 %
Cottage Cheese 99 'to<>' MCI miiu wnnivKCalifornia III i,
$131 .
Steaks 3."


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II I r df ii[ 50 Lb. Bag I III/!!/,
Bargains in Produce Bargains in Bakery PANTRY '. I I'\\\1\ '50 Lb. Bag
>: '
4Now Only $875.'to'
WASH.NGTOtITAT..le.H..O'V.IOC V ; $439


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school carnivals be haunting costume contest at 4:30: haunted house will be the Ghosts & Goblins and hot dogs and ,
Oct. 29 and Halloween Saturday, will begin Halloween main feature of the Starke be sold 1 a f
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day, Oct. 31. Mon festivities at Southside Elementary school carnival The PTA w
followed by a parade !that will which has been an annual will have a $100
ELEMENTARY start at Florida Bank thru event for over 30 years. Out This Weekend spree at Winn
A parade and town and back to the bank The haunted house will be in adult prize and a

judging at 4:30: p.m. will costume start Saturday, Oct. 29. the Boy Scout Hut adjacent to .. .- watch and transistor
the Halloween festivities in The carnival booths will be the Pratt St. playground. prizes for children.
Brooker, Saturday, October set up on the paved area westof Booths will be set up on the
29, from the Farmers Market. the school and will have a playground, plus pony rides I
This parade will proceed to store and a plantbooth and bingo with prizes from I !) I II
the school grounds where the addition to the usual ;.ocal merchants. Ham- I
carnival booths and a fish booths.A burgers, hot dogs and popcorn .
will be held beginning at fry 5 raffle sponsored by the and drinks will be sold
p.m. Prices are $2 for adults Southside PTA will have as Costume judging will be at S Ira V
and $1 for children.A prizes a rocking chair and a10speed p.m. Fourth and fifth gradersare X11. 1 ,lNr r 1 .
raffle will be held with bicycle. The fourth selling raffle tickets for a carnival.'f 4 4 i _
prizes of a rifle, bicycle,a$100 and fifth grade students 10-epeed< Bicycle: and a video
gift certificate and a pig.I selling the most tickets will game r
also win .
a prize.at HALLOWEENThe r l a'qi
Junior Women's Club of 1 fifth graders from Mrs. Ann JUdd Mrs.
Starke will sponsor a Haunted rte and Mrs. Emma Strong classes find pumpkin
House Monday, October 31. event.
between the hours of 6:30: and k'.A viv"aw.A. donated by Mrs. Geraldine Tomlinson were
9 p.m. at the Boy Scout Hut on a' s In preparation for the Halloween Carnival
I A A r Pratt Street. They will also Lots of people and cars gather for the Lawtey carnival
1 ; have a Jack-0-Lantern Saturday Oct. 22. 1 HOUSE
contest. Road and SR-16 behind the
'v The Bradford County will be held Handy Way.Everyone.
w Library will show a "Comedyof !ostume contest for preschoolers HAM ELEMENTARY N 29, at the Is invited to come
Terrors" starring Vincent thru 13 years old A costume contest at 5 p.m. of Morgan at 7:30: p.m.
with prizes for all and special will start the festivities at
Price,Boris Karloff and Peter FOR..,.
for the winners. Also
Lorre at 6:30 The prizes Hampton Elementary
: librarywill .-
p.m. --
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also give out treats after : p.m.Is Saturday, October 29. The "
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Halloween Hints Help Hobgoblins

Over 30 million trick-or. any treats before they return children as well as others who
treaters across the nation wil' home from trick-or- will be calling on your house.
be out in a night of make- reatmg. Costumes should be made of
believe and masquerade for -Thoroughly check all brightly colorful material, or (
Halloween and the Insurance treats your child receives. Be lave reflective strips put on
Information Institute warns especially wary of large them so motorists can see
about possible night dangers. pieces of candy or fruit that small witches and goblins.
-Make sure all costumes could easiy hide a razor bladeor Small children should be
and decorations are fire.proof. other damaging In- escorted, and remember to v
Use only materials struments. viden the eye-holes on
labeled as "fire-resistant." Since most Halloween activity :-oungster's masks to increase
-Keep lighted iack-o- traditionally takes place visibility Better yet. use
lanterns out of children's after dusk, special precau- facial make-up instead of
reach, and away from tions should be taken to insure nasks. IWPEcIALSer
flammable materials such as the safety of your ownFreshman To make sure that one of the
draperies upholstered fur. ghosts who visits your houseon
niture, and paper decorations.Put Halloween night doesn't
matches candles, and haunt you in the future, see
cigarette lighters out of reach :hat your yard and drivewayare
where children cannot get tc well lighted. Anything
that may cause dangerous
them.Keep a fire extinguisheror footing in your yard or drive-
a supply of water handy in way should be either removedor
case a fire should break out. secured.This includes loose
.. .
bricks --
Unfortunately, Halloween pavement or stones
seems to bring out some of the as wed as yard chairs or other
baser aspects of human objects that may prove to be
nature. Each year, unsuspecting F unseen obstacles.
children are either Even the best precautions
injured or killed by treats that +V. von't keep accidents from \
have been altered so that they I happening on your property. hia
harm a child, who consumes io,as a final step check your
them. To avoid this lomeowner's insurance to be
possibilityMake : 1 sure you will be covered in
sure your kids don't any eventuality.

Register Elected PresidentOf ;j:
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The student body also votedon rrick-or-
High School Mike Jordan was
students chose Chuck elected treasurer. Mike is the the homecoming queen With Masks
son of Mr. and Mrs. M.M. which will be announced at real BAGS
Register as president of the
Student Council in an election Jordan of Lawtey and plays Tornado Whirl, Thursday, Sat and pumpkin Colorful masks sized to fit.
held Wednesday, Oct. 19. 9th! grade football. Nov. 3. design. 10x5x3". I Bright multi-colored vinyl
Register, son of Mr. and r and rayon costumes.Chlldren's .
Mrs. Lennard Register of 2 S5 (O sizes S-M-L.
Crystal Lake, is vice- CENTRAL WALL FOR
president of the BHS chapterof
the National Honor Society 2.27
active in church, and is line-
backer on the BHS varsity FURNACEBy {
football team. Register'solder
brother, Len, was also -ru -. -.
president of the BItS student Seigler

body. The Last Word In Comfort } 1O3' 1.77

Register campaigned on a
platform to work toward
covered walkways, to see 65,000 BTU
class elections held at the end
of each school term rather
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see a group formed from
student council members to
try to correct the student Up To I J
conduct and code book. : Fmpk ;
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body also elected junior Doug 6 ButterflnjorJis.3UTTERFINGER a "
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I In Summer of 1924 f'r LettersMORE

Another Local Man Believed MurderedFor s rt' -


His Property in Everglades Area t' .: : Dear Sir: i

I am writing concerning our
4 local hospital and Director of

: Apparently, the Lake been drinking. Since -then the 1 Nurses, Mike Oswalt. I have
Okeechobee region In the entire Everglades region been a patient in the hospitalon
Florida Everglades was surrounding was searched x tj three different occasions,
unhealthy place to live in the an without finding a trace of the I N the last being August 1977 I
days of South Florida man. Sheriff Baker believeshe found the nursing care superat
"pioneering," more than halfa -- was slain and his body that time certainly above
century ago. destroyed." I ti the average, The previous
stays in the hospital were not
By a strange coincidence, Mrs. Buller says that her as pleasant.
following The Telegraph'sstory father and his brother, '
on the unsolved death by Raymond Strickland, made JIrI : Mr. Oswalt himself,

shotgun of young William Deep in The Everglades several trips to the Lake tlJerome i checked on patients and was
Johns on a remote island in Okeechobee area in an effort truly concerned with their
Lake Okeechobee in 1917, to find some trace of their welfare. It is sad to know he
information on the mysterious father the late Alonzo S. (Will) Strickland, 60-year-old brother, and posted signs in Johns (center), president of Gator Freightways Is surrounded by staff of the firm's will no longer be in the
disappearance of another Strickland telling of the recluse living alone between the area offering $100 rewardfor new general office which was moved from Jacksonville and opened operations Monday In the hospital to see that proper
local man in the desolate area disappearance of her uncle, here and Lake Okeechobee, information. Mrs. Buller former Community State Bank building on Madison Street. At extreme right is Charley E. Johns, care is given to patients. We
between West Palm Beach WO. Will( ) Strickland, a 60- Sheriff R.C. Baker declared says that soon after the signs chairman of Gator's board of directors. need in our medical services

and Lake Okeechobee in vear-old recluse living in the today that he believed the old were posted they were all torn personnel who are concernedwith
August. 1924 has come to light Everglades area. man was slain so that his 160- down by parties unknown, and Gator Now the patient's welfare, not
arce farm might be acquired. her father was advised by Freightways OpenIn just there to bide time and
Following publication of the The brief news item There was no( other habitation officials in the area that the collect a dollar.
Johns stroy. Callie Strickland out of West Palm Beach matter was closed and he
within 15 miles (of the
Buller of Kingsley Lake and dated August :'M, iy24\ Strickland homestead. should return home. New Offices in StarkeThe If the board of directors
brought to The Telegraph said: would work with the nursing

office last Friday a yellowed\ "The last time Stricklandwas "After that he never went personnel, office personnel,
new paper clipping found in "After having scoured the seen was last July 4 at back," Mrs. Buller said and doctors in agreement, the
to Orlando and
the Bible belonging to her county for a trace of W.O. which time it was said he had "thinking that he might gray brick and glass ( Daytona economy. Johns is pleasedthat hospital and the medical ser-
Beach in the Central Florida at the time of
building at 114 W. Madison present 16
could be and in
possibly be 'the next one' if he vice upgraded
area. the Starke office force
Street harldy had time are
stayed in that area too long." turn attract one or two( doctorsof
"cool off" from the move of Since that time, Gator residents of Bradford County. speciality, which is so badly'
MORE ON JOHNS CASEIn the Community State Bank Freightways has tripled its "Planning ahead for the move needed in this area. It would
into its new home at Bradford here, we made an effort to
gross volume from $3 million improve the community as a
etrircmiAls last week's story on the Square than it was back in use when it took over the freight hire and train employes, from whole and probably bring in
Johns case it was stated that again Monday morning as the line in 1968 to$9 million for the the Starke area, he said. more revenue if the people
additional information was general office facility of Gator "Consequently, the move here
no ( fiscal year ending June 30, were able to use a doctor here
found in later issues of the Freightways, Inc., formerly was effected with a minimumof
1977. Aside from the factors of and if needed, enter our local
paper. However, further based in Jacksonville. normal growth for Florida, disruption. hospital. I, for one believe
search of the 1917 files disclosed and the of Inflation and have heard the
President and treasurer of higher prices Besides the Jacksonville ( many say
a story published six Gator Freightways is Jerome Johns attributes the in- terminal Gator operates same) that if we did have
months later, concerning a creased volume of to what needed in the medical
Johns who was happy to be billings similar facilities in Daytona we
visit to Starke of the Okeechobee back in home territory after an aggressive program for Beach, Cocoa Fort Pierce field the local people would
70 Days Is Too LongAlthough City justice of peace to commuting from his home on better service, both to the West Palm Beach, Miami, rather stay here in the
confer with the Johns
family Crystal Lake to Jacksonvillesince shipper and the receiver. Sebring, Sarasota, Tampa, hospital and use local doctors
and relate his role in the
"This stress better service rather than have to to
1968 when a newly on Lakeland Leesburg, and go
matter. The story follows: has off Johns Jacksonville to Gainesville.
formed corporation pur- really paid Orlando. or
the City Commission non account is allowed to be delinquent JUSTICE IIANtOCKIN chased the Intrastate said.
chalantly writes off delinquent utilities before the service is discontinued.For Authority of Ryder Truck Besides Johns and his Good luck Mike! May your
Lines and continued the The company's( Jacksonville father, Charley E. Johns, whois next duty station be more
bills running into four figures every Explains Certain MattersIn
chairman of the board rewarding than this one in
of this terminal
operation facility as a will remain intact at
month it is bit of shock to that have William Johns Case
a a some reason we never "General commodity carrier" its same location, 2175 other directors are: Milton Starke.
learn that a certain business closed, or understood, the city does not cut off Mr. H.H. Hancock, justiceof serving the area from Jack Commonwealth, while Johns llollis, president Raybro -(Name withheld

changed hands owing the City several services until ten days after the second the peace in Okeechobee sonville to Miami on the East and 19 company employeeswill Electric, Tampa ; Mrs. upon request.)

thousands of dollars which may or month's unpaid bill is mailed. That City St. Lucie County was in Coast; from Jacsonville to be based in Starke, addingan Alverta Drummond, of
Starke Saturday. He came to Tampa and Sarasota on the annual payroll of approxi- Drummond Printers, Jack Students Defend
be collected.
most likely nor ever that customer have totalof
may means a can a
sonville Earl S .lovner of
explain matters to the familyof West Coast; and from Tampa mately $250.000 to the local ; Agriculture Program
70 days "free" service if he chooses to Johnny Johns as far as he Tampa, vice-president in Dear Sir:

The perennial sore topic surfaced leave town, close up his business, or failsto had been concerned, charge of operations Wade As president t and vice-

again! at a recent commission meeting pay for some other reason. In that judicially in the case of Mental Health HearingSet Herman Tampa; Frank president of the Bradford

when Commissioner Charles Schaefer length of time, with the present high William Johns, who came to Hunt Jr., of Hunter Truck Senior Chapter of Future
his death Observation Sales and Service, Tampa
on ;
produced a list of 26 utilities customershe rate of electric service, it is possible thata Island in lake Okeechobee, Starke Nov. 3 George Solomon. Solomon'sBargain Farmers of America and for other the

said were 90 days in arrears in their business in the larger category couldbe Palm Beach County, on for Center Jacksonville, year FFA members 1977-78 we disagree with

payments to the city. Just this week owing the city $15,000 or more. Try December 25 last. and Canova Howard[ Lake the statements made by

Schaefer said there were 23 customerson collecting that from a defunct or bank As soon as the news of the District III, Mental Health ford County member of the Butler. Arthur Gaskins at the Oct. 17

the city's list owing approximately rupt business! body being found reached Board Inc., a citizen's group district board, appointed by Employees of the Starke Bradford County School board
$20,000::! in delinquent utility bills as of Okeechobee City, Mr. Han- charged with planning and the County Commission. office include: Diane Herndon meeting and reported in the
cock was requested to act coordinating mental health Lake Mike Oct. 19 edition of the
October 1. as Asbury;
According to checks by Com- "This hearing is
some vitally
coroner; but not having services in Bradford County, Gaster, Pat Fitzhugh and Jo Gainesville Sun. In this articleMr.
missioners, other utility companiesallow jurisdiction of the case, he will hold a public hearing in needed by the board so that Ann McGovern. Orange Park; Gaskins was reported t to(
It would be interesting if someone a grace period of only 15 days wired the proper authoritiesat the County Commission( every interested citizen will Brown McGhie and Cathy have stated that "he was
would take a few minutes sometime and before discontinuing services they have Palm Beach about the meeting room of the Bradford have the opportunity to pre- Alexander, Jacksonville; ashamed of the FFA ag farm"
sent his or her views, raise
figure just what the grand total loss to not been paid for. Why Starke should be matter. Thursday County courthouse, Nov. 3. at 7 p.m. concerns about the delivery of Carol Hileman Keystone and the described Bradford the High ag programat as
the city from such delinquencies would with period of 70 the community mental health Heights; Gwen Starling, "
so magnamious a grace By the roundabout ways Lawtey Johanna Smith, "a sorry program. ; .
amount to over the period"of a year.It days is something that has never been down in that county, a coroner This is one of a series of and alcoholism services," Raiford;; Mayme Adams. In the same article) the

satisfactorily explained.This would have to travel about 150 such hearings to be conductedin Mrs. Coleman said. Richard Mmtz Joan Harris, statements made by Charles
the that miles to reach the spot,'and each of the 16 counties Schneider Francis, principal of BUS
was brought out at meeting Freddie Karen
"Citizen input is crucial
about the Johns District III of the also
questions way comprising were reported. Mr
"the same names appear on the delinquent matter deserves immediate and had come to his death were Department of Health and both the planning and the Home Ann Thigpen, and Francis pointed out that he
list time after time, and with most careful attention. We don't know wired back to( Mr..Hancock. Rehabilitative Services.In delivery of mental health and Mary Rentz, all of Starke. was caught between the

cold weather coming on, something what the solution is, but certainly there The reply was that three announcing the hearing, alcoholism community services level. We at the According to Johns. Gator complaints from Mr. Gaskinsand
needs to be done." must be a better way of handling witnesses averred that Johns Mrs. Caroline Coleman, interested citizen of plans to purchase the former compliments of the accrediting -
had come to his death by his every association and the
accounts than the of the board, said attend the Community Bank .building,
delinquent present president Bradford County to
own hands, :hat he had killed state auditors who( evaluagethe
Perhaps that qualifies as the understatement haphazard method. himself by shooting with a the panel will include Col. November 3 hearing," Mrs. which he says is well suited to and determinethat
their needs and provides the
M. Hatcher. Jr., Brad- Coleman said.
of the Something shotgun, he being barefoot at Harry the
year. space they did not have in the money spent on ag
needed to be done years ago and that That is what we elect City Commissioners the time and had pressed the Jacksonville facility. program is properly spent.
trigger with his toe. He We, the FFA members, also
something, far determine
as as we can for to find better solutions to
<(Hancock< ) then got a wire feel we are caught in a bind
is to drastically shorten the time that an nagging problems. stating that as it was a clear 6J.New Deadlines between the need for

case of suicide, no coroner's County Agent's By '. machinery repairs and a lackof

inquest was necessary.A Bobby Set On DiU.er!! funds.
Notebook # As for the few students who
I Getting GearedUpApparently letter had been found in Taylor Assistance Loansin said the agriculture programis
the dead man's possession t, a 'Sorry" program-they
giving the only clue as to his probably believe that our

people, and Mr. Hancock John D. Carver, Jr. acting whole school program is "a
Bradford County intendsto other duties the county must get gearedup wired Mrs. Hattie Johns, the Calls have been frequent in our area. I understand state director of the Farmer's joke" and really know nothing

the "day of reckoning" for to perform before the July 1, 1980 dead man's mother, at Starke, lately about pecans. Some Wainwright Farms will be Home Administration has an- about the ag program. No
postpone about what to do with the folks have already picked up a operating on the Farmers nounced that new deadlines of agriculture student considers
the taking over of secondary road maintenance deadline remains.An few and have had wanting to Market again this year. Theyare Dec. 2 have been establishedfor himself a "goof-off" nor the

as long as possible. The deadlineis buy small lots. Others, espcially planning to offer pecan accepting applications for program bad.
July 1, 1980, which seems like a long Perhaps the Commission is wise to inquiry followed as to( the people from as far awayas cracking services in additionto Emergency Loans under the The members of the FFA

way off, but years have a habit of postpone assuming the responsibility of and cost of embalming the body Tavares have asked when buying and selling big and disaster designation for the and the ag program( feel Paul
shipping it to Starke. pecans would be available in little lots of pecans. drought conditions which Hutchins and Greg Alvarezare
slipping by awfully fast. secondary road maintenance as long as it There
was no regular undertaker -
our area. occurred in the 1976 crop year two(of the best ag teachersin
can but, as the DOT representative in Okeechobee, but a Strawberry plant setting is 1, 1977 the
All other counties in this road district and the period January state of Florida. Both
said "It is something that is coming, and dealer in coffins undertook the Both growers and buyers underway in the Lawtey area. through September 30, 1977. try theit hardest to encourageall
have already assumed this responsibility the county better get geared-up for it." job of embalming the body have asked about prices. Thisis Looks like we will have only 75 the students t to( learn and
and some, we hear by the grapevine and shipping it to Starke for almost impossible to an- to 100 acres this year. Instead The Farmer's Home Administration improve( themselves. We

wish they had not. Although not Our small such $125. Further wiring elicited swer before a certain volumeof of an increase In acreage thatI ( can now accept thank Mr. Hutchins and Mr.
costing more than when the adjoining neighbors, as that the parents were willingto pecans begin to move. Some had hoped for, this is a applications for physical Alvarez for what they have
any Baker and Union, are in the same boat, people look at the local decrease of 25 to 30 acres from losses up to the close of done for us.
Department of Transportation did the and perhaps that will prove to be the pay this expense, the coffin situation of a very possible last year. business on Dec. 2, and for So Mr. Gaskins, we now ask
work (with county gas tax money) thereis best solution of the gearing dealer took the job, and Mr. light crop and predict (or ask production losses up to the you to please reconsider your
up process.
Hancock who decreaseis
of know-how in- had nothing to for high for In my opinion, this
) of
a certain amount a price pecans. close of business Dec. 2. opinoin of our agriculture
By themselves none of these small do with the case, except what Others look at the predicitons a result of a poor
volved, and most small counties in this counties could afford the services of he did from program and do what you can
a voluntarily, of a better than average crop strawberry production year The interest rates for these
district, such as Bradford do not enjoy qualified resident engineer, who will be kindness, dropped the matter. of pecans throughout the 197677. Late setting of plants loss loans will be percent on to help us to improve our
program even more.
the services of a qualified county needed after the counties take over this southeast and think prices will along with our exeptionallycold the first $250,000 and 5 percentfor -Signed Timmy Gaskins
The sent for and winter held plant growth amount that.
engineer. body was be low. any over
program. Agencies that dispense grant arrived at Okeechobee, in- and development down duringthe To file an application or for Mike Andrews

When the DOT maintenance engineer money, for instance require that appli-- closed in a box covered with Prices in our area probablywill growing season. The more information, contact the
recently inspected Bradford's secondary cations and specifications carry the sheet iron. But the railway be established during the plants did not have the size FmHA County Supervisor at

roads he told the Commission the county signature of a qualified engineer. agent would not accept the first auction November scheduled 3. The for or potential crop. In to addition produce, the a 425 Springs.Orange Ave., Green Cove FORESTRYIN.BRADFORD

would need to add a minimum of six box before the cause of death auction will begin at 1 in weaver turned hot and dry
pieces of equipment and about seven But working together three small had been certified to by a State Farmers Market p.m very early in the spring and COUNTY
the on
coroner. There was nothing SERVICEMAN. ............
county road employees to take over the counties, such as Bradford Union, and North 301 in Starke. plants were not able to
for Mr. Hancock to do( in produce the normal amount of By lank Cochran
Baker could afford and well the
maintenance handled very use
now by order to have the
program body forwarded fruit
Market Manager Bob Allenis Williams AssignedTo
DOT. It was pointed out that the cost in services of a full-time engineer who than to certify to his contacting growers and 32nd Armor Magical Forms

tax dollars will not be to the would divide his time between the three. this week. He is The poor season
any death through suicide, as he buyers Autumn is
time for leaf
county than at the present time, since Baker and Union have already taken was firmly convinced had requesting that pecans be discouraged expansion by our U.S. Forces, Germany colors, not( just in our southern
regular Most actually -
their secondary road been the hence the brought to the market bet growers. Private First Class WUbert C.
DOT uses our gas tax money to do the programs. case, cut their Also, mountains, but in north
work. But there will be additionalproblt'ms Perhaps by the time Bradford is readyto impression was created that a ween 8 a.m. and noon so they others who had acreage.planned togrow Williams, son of Mr. and Mrs. Florida.Exciting.
had viewed be weighed and placed David Peterman Route 1.
coroner the body. can
of engineering, unravelling the do so, our neighbors will also be ready into sale lots. He said that the berries this year did not Brooker, recently was displays of fall
multitude of regulations having to do and willing to join in a cooperative planto That the remains arrived here sales are open to the public, finalize their plans and place assigned as a reconnaissance colors and patterns can be

with road maintenance, the purchaseand employ an engineer. It would be a without having been em: but prospective buyers must their plant orders.I'm' specialist with the 32nd Armorin seen allleaves around us. Green
good investment for all three balmed, he could not help and either pay in cash, or be Germany. rapidly explode to
upkeep of necessary equipment, and he thought the hscensed: and bonded if checksare hoping for a much shades of red orange, purple,
would be done, as promise issued. In any case, better harvest season next Pfc. Williams entered the yellow and brown.
buyers should check with Mr. spring. We need a good annual Army in March 1977. He is a *
Mr. Hancock met several each like strawberries in During the warm months
QR140 CO Allen prior to the sale. crop 1975 graduate of Buchholz
<, member of the Johns family our area. This not only helpsour High School, Gainesville. green pirgmentation locatedwithin
p and had a conference with Speaking of sales of pecans, farmers, but also helps each leaf uses water,
N xtuvt p milii\i\ p4 them. They accepted his I'm sure retail pecans will be people who need] to work, and sunlight and air to manu
MlMefe explanations of the part he available in many product creates a trade situation that "Character I it a long-standing facture nutrients essential for
had in the benefits aU. tree growth
case, and all markets and roadside stands us habit. Plutarch
Ok C tare V oy\ separated on friendly terms.It As"the weather cools, the
> BOB G. FERGUSONJOHN M. MILLER cellular membrane thickens

7i o$ Publishers is understood that the I shutting down water intake,

Published each Thursday! and entered as second Class Matter at the Post Office at StarKi, Cla. under Johns family do not accept the so eor Tree growth Is retarded or
Actof March 3, 1879. suicide theory, but have men topped completely.

Subscription. rate in trade area: $7 per year: $4 six months. working for the purpose of .. The green color fades Once
Outside trade area $8 per yea: $4 50 six months. finding the murderer of' tasked by dominating-
I Phone 964 6305 Starke. AI'f" William Johns, for they'' bodies, yellow and preen

believe he was killed for his A steam-powered tricycle built In, 1769 could carry. 'four .people and go at two mile, hues emerge.II orange
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By Elizabeth Terry
If* That Time
Phone: 782.3300 VarfAANAOMINIarR.

Church Activities Mrs. Daisy Bock, and Mother, The Coon Hunters Ideas for the Christmas demonstrated. Attending I Again
. .Church of God: Sunday Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson were Association spent Saturday parade float were discussed. were Sheila Anderson Tony What Is as American as
School 10 a.m. Worship Ser Saturday evening dinner night and until daylight October birthdays are : Anderson Sherry Hernson, apple pie and occurs every
vices 11 a.m. and 7 pm guests of her son-in-law and Sunday morning at the Music: Budd Bolllnger, Uct. tI; Brandi! Herndon, Suzanne I year? Girl Scout cookie sale
Prayer Meeting Wednesday daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Park and had dinner out there Khandice Stroud Oct. 20; Newport, Barbi Newport, time! The sale dates for the
7:30: p.m. YPE Friday at 7:30: Rohhert( Smith And family. and had an enjoyable time. Bruce Howard, Oct. 30. Shawn Hart, Michelle Griffis, 1978 cookie sale are November
p.m. The Robert E. Lees Mr. and Mrs. J.W, Thomas ELECTRICITY PROJECT: Mike Rourke Khandice I .2. 14.
Evergreen Baptist: Sudnay returned home Tuesday Oct. and Jay of Live Oak, met Group met Oct. 6 with'leader, Stroud, Kenneth Howard, and Gateway Girl Scout
School 10 a.m. Worship Services 18 from a visit with their their parents, Mr. and Mrs Mr. Edward Orleman. '1 ne Eugenia Rising.HECHEATION. members will be taking cookie
11 am and 7 pm daughter and son-in-law, Fred Moore at church and members learned how a fuse PROJECT: orders door-to-door and over
Training Union 6 p.m. Prayer Karen and Manuel Martinez, spent the day with them. box works and discussed elec- Group met Oct. 7 with leader the' phone. The cookie
Meeting Wednesday 7 p.m. in Bisbee, Ariz. While there Friends of Mrs. Sherri I trical safety. The group Brenda Stroud Plans were VA Van To Be Here TuesdayMobility varieties are Scot-Teas (sugar
Faith Itaptlst:: RADIO they all went to Guaymas Griffis, regret to learn that project for the year will be discussed to hike, bike ride topped shortbread), !Mint
PROGRAM on WPXE Bam Mexico for a four day she Is a patient in Shands making a chicken incubator. and various other activities and one-stop service for veterans seeking GI Bill\ (crunchy wafers with a minty
Sunday. Bible School 10 a'm' Holiday. Hospital, Gainesville. Our Attending were Marvin that will be done this year. pension and medical benefits will come to Starke next Tuesday, coating), Savannahs <(peanut<
Worship Services 11 a.m. and Mr.and Mrs. Wendell Kelly, Prayers are with her. Wright. Jr., Mark Gee Ken Attending were Susie New. Nov I, 8 a.m. to 4:30: p.m. butter creme centers) .
6:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting of Lake Worth, spent last Miss Billie Doreen Wilson Howard Bruce Howard and port, Barbie Newport The red white and blue Veterans Administration mobile van Chocolate and Vanilla Creme
Wednesday at 6:30: p.m. weekend with their parents, went to. Louisville, Ky., East James Orleman. Khandice Stroud, Bruce will park at the Piggly Wiggly parking lot. 430 W. Madison St. cookie Chocolate Chip
First Baptist Church: Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly. Orange N.J. and New York SEWING PROJECT: Group Howard, Brandi Herndon. with VA specialists on board ready to give local veterans on-the- cookies, and Cheddarette
Sundav School 9:45: a.m Mrs. Earl Traxell visited and will be back sometimenext met Oct. 6, 13, and 20 with LIVESTOCK PROJECT: spot help and information.VA's crackers (Cheddar cheese i
Worship Services 11 am her daughter, Mrs. Craig week. leaders Helen Wright and Group went to the Jackson man In the van, Eugene Manfrey, said he is particularly snack crackers).
and 7:30: p.m. Training Union Carroll of Deerfield Beach, all Mrs. Jackie Cines and her Mrs. Edward Orleman. ville Fair with leader Interested In reaching older veterans with VA benefits information I I
6:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting last week. !Mother, Mrs. William Wilson Project officers were elected Charlene Howard on October during his tour( of Florida towns. Manfrey said he has Every penny earned by
Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Vogler went to see The Designer and patterns chosen for 22. A horse show was viewed all the Information and application forms for VA benefits of cookie and other product sales
GRACE UNITED.: and family, of New Smyrna Show House at the Swisher sewing. This group will be a dairy judging team and a special interest to the elderly such as pensions and nursing remains in the community in
METHODIST: Sunday School Beach were Sunday dinner Estate I in Jacksonville, making beautiful quilts along beef show were viewed. Attending home care.Paulk. which it is raised, and is usedto
9:45: a.m. Worship Services 11 guests of their parents, Mr. Sunday afternoon. with an outfit to wear. Attending were all the livestock benefit girJs. The funds help
a.m. and 7:30: p.m. Choir and Mrs. Doc Mosley. were: Shawn Hart group and horse group. local girls to participate in national
Practice at 7 p.m. and Mrs. Tom Whaley and LAWTEY SCHOOL NEWS Sheila Anderson, Melissa Gee Gee. with all these activities and international Girl
Methodist Youth Fellowshipat daughters of Tampa and The P.T.O. and school are Debra Orleman Barbie I wish I could be a 4-H To Serve On Ag Committee Scout events, allows for the
7:30: p.m. Wednesday. Starke Mr. and Mrs. Lynn appreciative of all the Newport Mary Wright and youtn, out since 1 have passedthe purchase of equipment, the
UNITED METHODIST: Bock, of Beaufort S.C. and assistance given by parents Michelle Griffis. "age limit! I'll have to be County commissioner Hazel Mrs. Paulk said she was maintenance of camp
Women met at the church Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smith and citizens at the Halloween HORSE PROJECT: Group content with all the fun Paulk has been selected to notified by the president of the property camperships, and
Total income from
Tuesday. Oct. 18. with Mrs. and family, Danny Luke and Carnival. met with leader Rena Herndon learning activities and love serve on the agriculture committee state association of the committee for other council and troop
George Hand and Mrs. Perry Larry White, were Sunday the carnival was $3400.00. The proper way to wash a I'm receiving from being a 4- of the State Association appointment. The committee activities. "If you believe in
Kemp, hostesses Mrs. George dinner guests of Mrs. Nellie When the expenses have been horse "pull' a mane and tail, H leader!!IIYour! of County Commissioners for will be chaired by Earl tomorrow Buy Girl Scout
Roberts Sr., presiding. Mrs. Wilkinson and Mrs. Daisy taken care of the estimate of and applying medicine was 4-H Correspondent. the second vear.< Byrd of St. Johns County. Cookies Today."
Frank Coss gave the Boch. clear income Is $2300.00 -
devotional This was supposedto $2400.00. The school staff is
be the meeting for extremely proud of the
Miss Catherin Young, of
students and visitors who
program Lakeland spent last Friday to
attended the carnival and
there was so much business to
Monday with Mr. and Mrs.

be was business meeting discussed dispenced was adjourned, with.discussed the After program and the the a Hermie attended Methodist Kelly.Grace Home While here Coming United she during the very winner little the fifth vandalism of the evening.grade class class occurred banner MissCuttmo's was ITIGI&lyl.: .... .

Sunday. contest wth a total collection
delicious luncheon was served
Mrs. Robert Lee
spent of $89.15.
by the Hostesse. There were Thrusday and !Monday with
16 ladies present. The next her Mother, Mrs. Gordon L.
Meeting will be held Nov. 1 at Peterson, who is now in the MONDAY: Hamburger on
bun lettuce tomato, pickle,
the church. LAST MINUTE
Nursing Facility of the Advent catsup mustard french fries,
Christian Home, at Dowlmg banana pudding, milk.
Sunday School 10 a.m. Wor Park.
TUESDAY Beefaroni,
Services and :
ship 11 am. 7
Prayer Meeting Wednesday and Mrs. green lima beans fruit cup
pm. Sgt. Larry Mincey with bananas biscuits, peanut
at 7:30: p.m. and family, of Fayetteville, butter, milk.
1l'R.BI>TIST: Sunday N.C. spent a week with their WEDNESDAY. Fried
School 10 a.m. Worship Services Parents !Mr. and Mrs. Ben mashed:
chicken potatoes
11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. McCulley. They are on their beans
with green ,
Prayer Meeting Wednesday at way to Germany for Army pears, rolls, butter, milk.
7.W:: pm. duty THURSDAY: Boiled beans
:NOUTHSIDK BVPTIST: Rev. and Mrs. Leonard
with ham seasoning rice, U
Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship Melton and family were
candied yams, strawberry
Services 11 a m. and 7 Saturday dinner guests of her
jello cornbread, butter, milk.
p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday Mother Mrs. Louise Messer, FRIDAY : Chicken
at 7 p.m. of Orange Park. casserole, tossed salad peach
ST. JOHN'S MISSIONARY shortcake biscuits peanut
BAPTIST CHURCH: Sunday Mrs. Darlene Norman and
butter, milk.
School 10 a.m. Worship 11 sons Mr. and Mrs! Vaughan WPEcIALSe.

a m. and 3 p.m. on Second and Prescott and family of LAWTEY DIXIE YOUTH
FourlhSundays. Prayer Band Kingsley Lake, Mr. and Mrs LEAGUE ASSOCIATIONA
Monday at noon. Frederick Prescott, Mr. and TURKEY SHOOT will be
S\I\.ltS\: MISSIONARY Mrs. Herbert Crews of sponsored by the Lawtey
BAPTIST: Sunday School 10 Marietta, Mr. and Mrs. Jr. Dixie Youth League
a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. Austin, and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Association on Saturday,
and 7 Meeting 5:45: p.m. Norman and sons, were November 5. All proceeds will
Prayer Wednesday at Sunday dinner guests of Mr. go to the assocaition and

7pm.o 'PERSONALS and Mrs. Leonard Norman. everyone is urged to support
Miss Allison Hayes this fine group of J boys,... t_
,J\lr'and Mrs.' Carr Norman celebrated her 14th birthdayby The Shoot will be located 1
and sons', and Mrs. Darlene taking a trip to Disney mile North of Lawtey. There
Norman and sons attended the World Orlando, given by her will be a 30 inch barrel limit-
Rodeo Seville Friday night. Uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. 12, 16, and 20 guages.
Friends of !Mr George David Kellv. of Jacksonville.
Shuford regret to learn that he LAWTEY 4-II
is a patient in St. Vincents Sincere Sympathy of the The monthly 4-H meetingwas
Hospital Jacksonville. Our Community is extended to held October 6 and new
prayers are with him. Mrs. Carl Prevatt and family officers for the year were .
!Mr and !Mrs. James due to the death of her elected. PRESIDENT: Budd
Bowman will spend Sunday husband Sunday morning Bolllnger.; VICE
afternoon with their Mother, !Michele Lee, of Jackson PRESIDENT: Mary Wright;
!Mrs. H. E. Outwater in ville spent the weekend with SECRETARY : Shawn Hart;
Jacksonville. The Outwaters her Grandparents. Mr. and TREASURER: Kenneth '
have just returned from a Tripto Mrs. Gene Pearson and attended Howard; REPORTER : nnonll r"nn4nnrrl
Washington. D.C. and the Carnival at the James Orleman ;
Canada:and they have lots of school and church Sunday. RECREATION: Brandi! HALLOWEEN''
slides and they plan to enjoy Friends of Johnette Tye, Herndon; HISTORIAN :
those. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Sheila Anderson; SAFETY
!Mr. and !Mrs Lynn Boch, of Tye Jr., regret to learn that CHAIRMAN: Khandice COSTUMES
Beaufort S.C.. spent the she is a patient in St. Vincents Stroud; HEALTH CHAIR- Trick-or-
weekend with their !Mother Hospital Jacksonville. Our MAN: Tony Anderson. With Masks
:Mrs Daisy Boch. and prayers are with her. Plans for the Halloween Treat BAGS \
Grandmother Mrs. Nellie !Mr. and !Mrs Daniel Party were made for October Cat and pumpkin Colorful masks sized to fit.
Wilkinson, and other Wilkison and daughter Dana 29 from 7 to 1030 at the 10x5x3" Bright multi-colored vinyl
relatives. spent the weekend with their Agriculture Building. design t and rayon costumes
Mrs O. J. Boyette Sr., of parents. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Decorating will be done that ( Children's sizes S-M-L.
Lake City spent the weekend Wilkison morning from 10:30: to 12;.30. 2FOR 5 O
with her son and daughter-in-
law. Mr. and Mrs. O.J 2.27
Boyette Jr. and family. Q a
Kendall Mobley will leave
Tuesday for the Army at Fort s 9 y Sy5c3r' /
Knox Kentucky. AND
Mr. and !Mrs. Clayton, of S Sumd .,r ,.. --rr.. ;

!Middleburg, spent Saturday

afternoon Crews. with Mrs. C.R. ROGER 1 MOORE I Is 1O3IUTTERFINGER 1.77

Mrs. Cella Tribula and, and Mrs.son JAMES BOND I I 0077I I a -- t ,
Jimmy Thompson
Debbie Derry. of Buffalo. ( l lI
N.Y., visited her sister Mrs. mq

Elva Reddish and other I I PO, PANAY190N'r r t UMb4YY1Nb
relatives. They will be down
here for two weeks. _
Mrs. Tom Whaley and girls,

of Tampa spent the weekend 301 Dom. ts
with her rlanohters.' Misses WCAE
Lyn and Kelli \Vhalev. of -

Starke. and and other Mrs. relatives.Mr. Bill Cham-. & day SaLuudcLy ""gu n .tr3

berlin. of Jacksonville son ;
and daughter-in-law.! The
!Mrs. Jim Chamberlin and Sinbad and Y .as ,
and --. Y
Mrs Pansy Knight EycofthcTigcr .r ; i
!Mrs Linnie Harris of !Max- -n. I"'1 a' '.-r f .ra4 I
ville and !Mrs. Irma Lee ; '
Knight, of Baldwin were I Q l : ] :'c..............._........ .... 'P hm.ah, ,Mh PB '10- I BABY RUTH 'p. B13LE ::, I1.
Wednesday dinner guests of ,
JRS. 3O Ct. \
their brother-in-law and r JRS. 3O Ct. I ; :-- i 1M w.// 1l1
sister. !Mr. and Mrs. Harold y ,. :: ,, :.: :..., I. :
Eunice. CKELODEOf .99 ,. .'W. .." .. I .
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Mrs. Robert Lee attendedthe BAG BAG ..,'= .-. ;, ,., .., .' I
National Association of .!
Postmasters National Con AI
vention in Phoenix. Ariz. Oct. pa 7
2-6. There were over 3.000 HOGS ATE t
Postmasters and guests
registered for this convention. .M
Cpl. and !Mrs. Douglas HERSHEY'S ? '

Herndon. of Buford S.C. spent MILK KRACKEL* '
the weekend with their I PRICES GOOD OCTOBER 27-30
parents, Mr. and !Mrs Hulon HOCOLATE JRS. JRS.
Herndon and family.Mr. .----.
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their son and daughter-in-law.. I BAG .". 0 ,. >, .
Mr. and Mrs. Jerri Starling, of -" NAUGHTY ",..-... .-..

Tallahassee. I :, ": ;; :'.:: .;:: I 301 S. StarkeFla..ik / .
MM. Tom Whaley andI % -. ... :
I daughters Misses Lynn of Tampa and Kelll and STEWARDESSES: : : ira( J .

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Revival Services Next T. K. McClane, Former County- Agent- ; Services Tuesday I

T.K. (Tom) McClane, 66, of agricultural career" in credited with being Instrumental He was a past president of Kuykendall, Winter Haven; a
Week At Madison Street Gainesville, former executive Bradford In the mid-1930's, in the passage of the Rotary Club of Starke, anda brother J. Huston McClane
vice president of the Florida McClane continued his work many programs of vital Interest member of the Baptist Starke; and six grand-
\ Farm Bureau and long-time here until his resignation in to agriculture. Church. He served 19 years in children.
Revival Services will begin Jacksonville. The first being Bradford County farm agent, 1953 to accept the executive During his years in Brad- the Florida National Guard, Funeral services were held
this Sunday at Madison Street Southside Baptist Church. died suddenly Sunday of an position with the Farm ford County he helped retiring with the rank of at 2 p.m. Tuesday' in
Baptist Church, 900 W Lake City.Another. apparent heart attack. Bureau, then headquarteredin organize the local Farm Colonel. Evergreen Cemetery
Madison, with Rev. James A. great feature of this Mr McClane and a com Winter Park. He moved to Bureau chapter, as will as the Gainesville with full militaryrites
McKeithen as evangelist.Rev. revival is having Mr. Eddie panion were at a hunting site Gainesville in 1956 with the Cattleman's Association. He at the
McKeithen is no Blalock lead the music. Mr. near Williston at the time of transfer of Farm Bureau served farmers here during Surviving are his wife
stranger to the churches in t the Blalock is a local boy that has the attack, and death was headquarters to that city and the peak years of Bradford Wilma Duke McClane; three
Starke area. Rev. McKeithenwas committed his life to servingthe instantaneous.A became the bureau's strawberry sweet corn, and sons, D. Scott McClane Rev.
born in Wellborn Fla.., a Lord. He is at present navtive of Wauchula, legislative director, ad- improved pasture programs Gainesville; J. Don McClane ducted the graveslde.'I'I
small North Florida town in pastor of the New Oak Grove McClane served an 18-year vancing Farm Bureau Introducing advancerimethods Orlando; and Dr. Thomas K. by
Suwannee County. He is a Baptist Church north of tenure as Bradford County programs both in Tallahasseeand of cultivating these McClane III, of Lakeland; a' Hayes
graduate; of Southwestern Alachua Fla. Eddie and his Farm Agent with the exception Washington. He was and other crops. daughter, Mrs. Catherinewith charge.

Baptist Theological 1 I 1 wife,Beth, have had a numberof Rev. :McKeithen of a five-year tour of
Seminary Fort Worth 'Texas.He years of experience in duty in the Pacific during aeas--eeea ,Obiluaries ree S S S S e
pastored Florida Baptist music and singing together. World War II. Starting his j
Churches for 22 years'prior to lie has a full week of special Mrs. Edith Christiansen ville; 15 grandchildren and 17 burial In the Lawrence- tery under the direction of II
entering the field of full-time music planned to bless the Hope Baptist Chiirt elf Hom ecom ing great grandchildren. ville City Cemetery.DeWitt C, Archer-Tanner Funeral Home :
evangelism January 1967 hearts of those attending. Mrs. Edith Manning Funeral services were held Jones Funeral Home was in of Starke.
During his years as a pastor, On Monday, Tuesday, and Hope Baptist Church, member the longest number Moseley Christiansen 79, of Monday Oct. 24, in the DeWittC. charge of local arrangements.
he conducted over' 100 Wednesday at noon to 12:45: established in 1876, will observe of years. Dinner on the Starke, died in New Orleans, Jones Funeral Home -- CARDSOF :A
revivals, and in the churches there will be a dinner for all its annual homecoming grounds will be enjoyed after La., Saturday, Oct. 22, following Chapel with president John Payton
which he pastorf-d more who can attend. Those are Sunday, October 30, 1977. the morning worship service, a lingering illness. Winston Barber, elder Julian Funeral services were heldin
than 2,200 people! were Bap- called "Concerned Sessions"and Services will begin with with an abundance of good Born Aug. 1, 1898 Mrs. Dobbs and elder Wilford Palatka October 19 for John
tized. His last pastorate was our evangelist will speakfor Sunday School at 10 am., food and good fellowship. Christiansen was a lifetime Jordan officiating. Burial was Payton; 62, of Keystone
Highlands Baptist Church a few minutes. followed by morning worshipat Rounding out the resident of the Starke area in Kingsley Lake Cemetery. Heights, with burial in the THANKSWe
--.- Many special features are 11 a.m.Reverend. Homecoming celebration a and a member of the Churchof -- Gadara Baptist Church
CARD OF THANKSWe planned throughout the week Thomas Barnard Gospel Sing, featuring "The Jesus Christ of Latter Day Mrs. Adele R. Palmer Cemetery.Mr. to thank our friends
such as the "Royal Order of Pastor of the Westside Baptist Spokesmen Quartet" from Saints. Mrs. Adele R. Palmer,59, of ..Peyton died October 17 and neighbors for the help,
wish to thank our frinds the Red Ants" for boys and Church of Warner Bobbins Jacksonville, andThe Survivors include one son, Starke, died Tuesday morning at his home in Keystone kindness, and many expressions -
and neighbors for the help girls of grades one through Georgia, will be the guest Hunter Family," from Green L.E. Moseley, Jr. of New in the Bradford County Heights following a brief of sympathy shownus
kindness and' many expressions six. The public has a personal preacher. Special music will Cove Springs, will begin at Orleans; three daughters; Hospital following a sudden illness. during our recent .
of sympathy shownus invitation to attend this revival be provided by the choir, and 7:13: that evening and continue Mrs. Beatrice Jenks, Mrs. illness. Mr. Payton who moved here bereavement.The .
during our recent beginning at 7:30: p.m. by "The Hersey Brothers and until 9:15: Merle Lillian Keating and Mrs. Edna Born in Illiniois on Jan. 23, from Summerville, Ga., was Family of A.L Mersereau
bereavement. each evening. Nursery will be Wanda." Pastor L. Pachamand Mae Stevenson, all of New 1918 Mrs. Palmer had movedto employed by Triest Con
The Family of A.L. Mersereau provided for all services. Special recognitions will be the membership extend a Orleans; five sisters, Mrs. Starke 5 months ago from struction Company, by the SSe

._ - - made of the member, or past cordial invitation to everyoneto Edna Hart, Mrs. Ella Moody Homestead, Fla. She was United Clay Kaolin Companyin We are sincerely grateful to
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this DuPont
enjoy and Mrs. Pearl Colson all of employed by the Cadillac Crosley, by friends and neighbors for their
UL1JIE[ : Il ( 4L4 EpOD( I longest distance to special day with them. The Starke, Mrs. Maude Clothing Manufacture Company in Starke and by the many kind acts of sympathy
I homecomeing and of the church is located? miles southof Strickland of Wildwood, and Company of Starke and was a Florida Rock-Keystone mine. during our sad bereavement.Our .
"ST ARKE'S OWN BAKERY" I member who has been a Starke on Highway 100. Mrs. Dora Beasley of Gaines member of the Free Methodist He Is survived by his wife, appreciation cannot be

138 East Call St Starke 964.5890 I i Church in Lawrenceville Mildred of Keystone Heights; adequately expressed.The .
Pine Level Youth Return Illinois. three daughters, Helen Family of Mary Lois
i) I Survivors include two Hersey and Sonya Payton, Anderson (The Clark Family)
OCT. NATIONAL DONUT MONTH Ten young people and six lion and students and worshipped saw a feature length film daughters Mrs. Elizabeth both of Keystone Heights and ,
chaperones from the Pine in the Sunday morning titled, "A Miracle Goes On," Quinones of Starke and Mrs. Lavon Flakes of Orlando; one SAS 1
Level Baptist Church returned televised services of the the life story of John W. Ruth Wager of Flat Rock son, Jerry, U.S. Army, Words seem inadequate to
DECORATED FOR HALLOWEEN : early Monday morning Thomas Road Baptist Church Peterson. Illinois and one son, WilliamE. stationed in Germany; three express our heart felt appreciation
from a weekend trip to where Dr. Jerry Falwell is Saturday began with a Palmer, U.S. Army in brothers, Grady Payton of to all of you who '
CAKES, COOKIES CUPCAKES & DONUTS' Liberty Baptist College in pastor. meeting with LBC ad- Germany. Aiken, S.C., Glenn Payton of expressed your care and
lynchburg, Virginia.The The young people left Starke ministrators. Then they wentto Funeral services will be Trion, Ga., Lewis Payton of concern by your prayers, your
college is located on late Wednesday and spent the the school homecominggame held in Lawrenceville, Illinois, Summerville, Ga.; and five visits, cards, flowers, food,
LEMON BOSTON GLAZED DOUGHNUT Liberty Mountain in the Blue night in Santee N. Carolina. where Anita Bryant grandchildren. and every other act of kind-
Ridge Mountains. The young After a quick breakfast they sang the National Anthem. Seeae Johnson-Davis Funeral ness during the recent illness "
CREAM PIES HOLES people were attending left and arrived in Lynchburg That evening they saw an man, and the LBC Chorale. Home in Palatka was in and death of our loved one. '
"College For a Weekend" a around 5:30: p.m. After intra-squad wrestling match Those attending were Bobby charge of arrangements. May God richly bless you
program sponsored by LBC. registering, they attending a and a basketball game. Bobby Milner, -- for your thoughtfulness and
129 Each 491 Doz. While there, they attending concert with the LBC Sunday was the climatic James Rehburg Stalnaker, Jackson Carl Jessie Prevatt Christian love.
a chapel service, sat in a Chora leers. day with three services at the Sincerely,
Open Mon..-Sat. Til 5:30: P.M. typical classroom session, Friday they attended Thomas Road Baptist Church. Cowart Phillips Timmy Donna Morgan Thornton, Billy, Mrs.Mildred Payton and
talked with t.RC administra- classes. That evening they The church the third largestin Crystal Thornton, Valerie Carl Jessie Prevatt 85, of Family

America with an average Jones, and Sherry Cowart. Lawtey, died Sunday Oct. 23,
attendance of 7,000. In the Chaperones were Mr. and in Bradford County: Hospital
morning service they heard Mrs. Bruce Scott, Robert after an extended illness.A "
Dr. Falwell and special music Gockley, Lynn Moore, and life-long resident of Brad-
VJ[[ D J oouw mil
by Anita Bryant, Don NorA Mr. and Mrs. Don Halleren.: ford County, Mr. Prevatt wasa IL
farmer and a cattleman. A ,
.!:' former school board member
LD I Annual Career Day Set Next and former county commissioner .;

J 'T r/ Mr. Prevatt was a
member of the First Baptist
r Fri At Bradford High LibraryCollege Church of Lawtey and a
(Tmm: IY LiJL( L:$ COCO veteran of WWI.Survivors .

and Career Day 1977 versity, Florida Institute of include his wife, '
will be held in the Bradford Technology Georgia \Mrs. Thelma Prevatt; three 1 ; ,
iaGJn'Qc County High School library Southern, Art Institute of Ft. daughters, Mrs. W.E. Harveyof !
'ilGJE? L U OO l3 0m from 8:35: to 11:15: a.m. Lauderdale Valdosta State Orlando, Mrs. L.H. Harperof
Friday, Nov. 4. College, Edward Waters Starke, Mrs. Truman
This program, offered to the College University of Florida, Norman of Lawtey; one son,
junior and senior class, is Florida State University. J.C. Prevatt of Gainesville;
open to the public. Seniors will Florida A&M University, one brother Fonzo Prevatt of
[! UJIl (Dill be able to spend about Hi Jacksonville University Starke; two sisters. Mrs.

hours with the representativesand Santa Fe Community College, Purvis Brown of Lawtey and
juniors will spend about St. Johns River Junior \Mrs Selma Eunice of Starke;
I1.4: hours.At College, Lake City Com 11 grandchildren and 14 great Rev. Emery L, Griffis
(] U [!J($ the College and Career munity College, Jones grandchildren.

Day program, there will be College, Flagler College, E.I.! Funeral services were held
DuPont DeNemours and Wednesday Oct. in the
from 26.
representatives neigh-
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...n,d.11"..:; : boring community colleges Company, County Forester First Baptist Church of Rev. Emery Griffis
U" ? '- state universities, technical and Forest Ranger, Gaines Lawtey with Rev. Edward
;:., trades, industry, armed services ville Tower (Aviation), Union Wilkerson officiating. Burial Returns To Starke
; professionals and the Correctional Institution pre- followed in the Lawtey Ceme-

f: \ *' vocational-technical center. professionals from the University -- Rev. Emery L. Griffis has ,
?) 1i Catalogs and other types of of Florida in such GeorgeSapp, 73 returned to the Starke area as
I': { explanatory hand-outs will be fields as: medicine, dentistry, George Sapp 73 of 1430 E. pastor of Pleasant Hope New
available from the optometry, podiatry, nursing
II .I.,. repre Call St Starke, died Wed- Congregational Methodist
sentatives. veterinary medicine, phar
I .. '''" er nesday, Oct. 26, in Bradford Church.
law and health related t1
\ Vtyj Some of those representedwill macy, County Hospital following a Born and raised in Bradford
..,;.'t be: Army, Navy occupations and representatives brief illness. County, Rev. Griffis and his
...'...... .0: \Marines, Air Force Coast from the varied Mr. Sapp was born in family have moved to Lawtey

) } +y ri,, POTBELLY: STOVE Guard, National Guard programs Union VocationalTechnicalCenter. at the Bradford- Georgia Sept 12, 1904) and wasa from Hilliard. Services for
college ROTC program resident of Jacksonville before Pleasant Hope, on US-301 y
j .'pk' : Many frontier problem was solved around the Florida Technological Uni north of Starke, will be.
retiring from the
,TM,1 distinctive Potbelly Stove !
rf and Double Star offers
Saturday 12 7:30
"i' "." Jacksonville Shipyards and p.m.
this truly original design/ for (those
rooms moving to Starke. Mr. and Sunday Nov. 13, at 11
reserved in' your home tor qalhennqs of family Brick Laden Semi Flips On 3O1 also had a summer home Sapp a.m. Rev. Griffis invites
and 'fnonri', Available" ,m two sires on
r i Kingsley Lake. everyone to come and worshipat
tractor trailer earring a Jenkins was going to make a He is survived by his wife the church.
1 load of brick overturned left turn onto( Pine Street, but Mrs. Arlene Stewart Sapp; 2 Rev. and Mrs. Griffis have a t .
a YOU SAVE ENERGY Wednesday Oct. 19, scattering continued east on SR-16 into sons, Edgar Stewart of daughter at home three sons
brick over the north bound the parking lane as a tractor Orange Park and Joseph in Hilliard and a son in the
lane of US 301 and flatteningthe trailer driven by Samuel Stewart of Washington, D.C.; Army stationed in Kentucky.
FOR ONLY $5995 truck cab, but the driver Crockett, 44, of Lawtey struck one granddaughter, \Mrs. ..e
the Jenkins' vehicle in the
walked away with minor Linda Settle of Orange Park;
Fir injuries.The right side as Crockett tried to two great-grandchildren; six A/7OW
V' r Florida Highway Patrol avoid by going right. Jenkinswas sisters, Mrs. Pauline Wise, CarpetingKEN
: reported Charles Edward charged with violation of Mrs. Toy Crofoot and Mrs.
.- ___;. Carver of Jacksonville was right-of-way and Crockett improper Louise Pendrey of Miami, .
:: heading south on US-301 when passing. There was no \Mrs. Katherine Armstrong of
the left front tire of the truck damage to the Crockett La Puente Calif., Mrs. Leola
went flat, causing him to lose vehicle owned by Florida Malone of Cocoa and Mrs.
control of the truck and cross! Rock Industries. Jane Sellers of Homestead.
the median. The truck Funeral ?
servies will be held KEN .
overturned 'scattering 5,000 Alligator Creek To Friday, Oct. 28, at 2 p.m. at TEAL
f_ bricks across both northbound the Graveside in Riverside
FRANKLIN STOVE lanes for some 70 feet and Memorial Park Cemetery in t
Be Treated For
the roof of the cab Jacksonville. 1i
(Classic Americana P i one-of a-kind design crushing DeWitt C. Jones ?
Available" ,in two sues! this heavy weight' Don but Carver received only Funeral Home of Starke is in
fjle Star Franklin is' a r assic' Standard! accessories minor injuries. Hydrilla Friday charge of arrangements. FAT FIBERS -i
of a boanpol qr lie' boot and l firescreenmake FHP reported a lock ring -------.. Skinny fibers In shag t
it ready for bail' i't cu|t <' i ookinq+ or iihrshiOnPd t had come off the tire causingit Man Charged carpets are gone with )!,
Alligator Creek will be
to go flat. No charges were
filed in the accident. undergoing plant control for In Fracas Is carpets mae with
hydrilla beginning Friday.
Starke October 28, and people are Douglas Ilinson "Buddy"Hardy short fat fibers. These
A BEAUTIFUL STOVE J s. x. police reported: warned not to use the water went home from Brad carpets are proving '
-Gloria until Nov. 2 for irrigation or ford County Hospital Tuesday durable, and more
Wright Hampton !
other Oct. 25, after receiving headInjuries easily cared for than
29, of Starke was travelingeast any consumption purposes -
t in a fracas In the long shags which
said regional aquatic
SR-16 west of Pine
$22995Other on were
Holiday Inn lounge Tuesday. so popular a
botanist Joe Hinkle.
D' Street Sunday, Oct. 23, when Oct. 18.Starke. couple of years ago.
Terry Lee Baker 19, of Starke
Hinkle with the Florida police were called to "
out and struck
pulled Hamp-- Shag manufactured
Game and Fresh the lounge after Hardy was
Water Fish
Models To Choose From ton's 1968 Dodge doing J300 with fat fibers
Commission said Diquat a asked to leave because of are not aslikely
to the 1
damage Hampton to crush down and .
toxic chemical will be introduced abusive language. Hardy
and to Baker's
vehicle $200 become
Don't Bv Cold This into Alligator Creek bya received the injuries when one matted. The fat
... 1964 Pontiac. Baker was of three to fibers have a resilency
drip treatment from the policemen trying
charged with careless driving. which
subdue him hit him with allow them to
bridge on SR-230 if the a
Winter: Come To -Gwen Marie Zack 18 with, of weather permits. The botanist flashlight. bounce back to their original i
a Lawtey was charged Police LL Denton Devoe shape, even after ,
after said the creek is too clogged to .hard
careless driving hitting a
hurt his knee and usage.
vehicle driven by Larry put the chemical out by boat patrolman
of and will be done from the Danny Parmenter's face was
STARKEBUILDERS WOODBOX HEATERThe Starke.Eugene Williams 31, bridge. bruised in the Incident. Ricky Come In today and
The commission is Bennett, the third officer look over our latest
traditional!, ctnsign! : of lh> Woolbo( Heater The Monday morning accident treating '
escaped injury. of
the creek to the shags, and
suits it best for fast 1 occurred SR-ZOO prevent
on just
w.irmups even in the told
The other
P PLY oaf weather Efficient' and,! economical, 'thnMiodbox north of Jackson Street. spread Rowell.of said hydrilla Hinkle.into Lake cruiser door in which ot the the officers police coverings.beautiful We floor
I S U maintain
\ Heater' one 01( Double) Star s best Damage to the Zack vehiclewas The control carried Hardy to the hospitalwas an Inventory of the
and plant was postponed very
selling wood Frnnl $7S $250 to theWilliams' .
burning stoves door ,1110, from Oct. 26 because of also damaged. latest sty I...
swing away top 'hake 'lor easy loa.lmt) Also vehicle.An Police said has been
I\ 219 E. Washington St. available with. battle and damper. fur greater accident Friday Oct. the weather, Hinkle said. charged with Hardy disorderly in-
efficiency' 21, on SR-16 east of Pine Street T.aITU. &
toxication: aggravated
i 964-5270 $9995 did 1900 damage to a 1975 Entire Stock of Jeans One- assault, battery on a law officer Carpet
Chevrolet driven by Willie Fourth to One-Third Off aCLEILAS. and destruction of city:
Charles Jenkins 20, of Starke. property. 864-7423 Starke FlaPage

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Cats Escape BHSByA Whisker, 19-17 : I

Two touchdowns in the Cummings and BUS safety yards as Forest began to rise e-
, fourth period, the last with David Carter were too far to the occasion with just three
just 47 seconds left, edged away to catch Wirtz. minutes remaining in the 2
I. Forest High 19-17 over Brad- game and BUS ahead 1713.
, ford High In Ocala last Friday BUS got the ball on first David Carter again punted 33
} night, Oct. 21. down at Its 39 with 38 secondsleft. 1 yards and Forest took over at
I Bradford High almost had In the disorganization of Its own 43.
1r.,' the state's number one ranked the final minutes of bedlam
"F Class 3A team beaten In what BHS couldn't get a playoff On first down QB Young was
would have been.the gridders until only 19 seconds remainedon caught three yards behind the
upset of the season. "People the clock When BHS did line by BHS defensive end
>i will never know how close it get the ball snapped Forest Roland Cummings. On second ".
really was," said one Brad- sacked BHS quarterback down a Young pass to Wirtz ,' -
'I )i'
ford fan at the game. Jeffery Norman for a 13 yard was batted away by BHS's ; I'. "
Forest wide receiver Glen loss back to the BHS 26. w: Duane Cummings at the BHS .! ,'." "k"J '
Wirtz found himself all aloneon BUS tried to call time out 40. QB Young again rolled .. p.."" J; ,
the right side of the field as but the clock ran down to five ',_ ".:. right to pass, decided to tun, ., I .1f.t ...._ d-" j
he took a perfect strike at the seconds in the confusion be- and got 3.5 yards before BHS ,4, ... : :,., l/ ... a
BUS 20 from quarterback fore time was called A pass to linebacker Lawrence Patrick ; ......- '" 't.' ,'y ...,/. I"., ,
Tyrone Young amidst a the right flat fromQB Normanto sat/ tackled.On r ,..t ;, -N 1
stadium in bedlam and raced wide receiver Allen Nor- : fourth down QB Young .f.
; .t: untouched Into the endzone for man was behind the receiver rolled
; the winning touchdown. and mishandled. With two Bradford running back Marvin Tyson is on the loose against the slate's number one ranked right again and tried for .'
l Class 3A football team, Ocala Forest. Wirtz on the Forest side of the ,
The Bradford secondary In his best performance of the season Tyson gained 105
1tt seconds the clock QB field. The
on of
yards In 21 carries Including a 30 yard touchdown run and a 43 yard which set field pass was out
went to its right with two scamper up a
Ir Norman threw into the right goal. bounds at the BHS 35, but Donald Reddish knocks aside this pass In the Forest game. I
receivers but Wirtz, who flat for Allen Norman who interference was called Forest QB Tyrone Young
on completed only 3 of 13 passes, but each
caught three big passes and pitched the ball back to with 2:03 left in the third running back Esau Brightdidn't BUS took over on its own 35 BUS defender Duane Cum- completion was a big play for the Wildcats In remaining un- '!
scored two touchdowns for a running back Marvin Tyson period for a 17.7 lead. get connected on a and lost eight yards in three mings. beaten this season.
big personal game, went but Forest shut that down Forest returned the ensuing handoff. Forest cornerback plays on a five yard motion That gave Forest new life, a
against the flow and was all after four yards. BUS kick off to the 35 but BHS Chris Lewis fell on the rolling penalty and a pass receiver first down at the BUS 40 with STATISTICS Scoring summary:
alone as QB Young rolled to BHS scored the first touch was penalized 15 yards for football. caught three yards behind the 1:27: left in the game. On third IHI Rant 1) BHS Tyson, 30 yard run.
his right, away from his two down of the night on a 70 yard clipping on the return and line. David Carter punted 33 down with 47 seconds left First Down, a rYa.Ru.hlns EP-Cruce, kick, good.
receivers and threw to Wirtz drive, all on the ground, the Forest had a first down at The BHS defense held yards, Forest returned 11 Young threw the ISI 30 121VII. 14paPcPI 2) Forest-Wirtz,7 yard run.
who came across against the had Forest to just over five yardsin yards for a first down at the game- P44nlna
first time the Tornadoes midfield. Eight plays later the winning TD to Wirtz on fire 11.1- EP-Yancey, kick, good.
flow to the right. Wirtz made a the football, Tyson running 30 BHS lead was cut to 17-13 as four plays. Big tackle BHS 49. Forest failed to move the Forest side pass of the field. Pumhlo.LeN 1.1 lotPunt..Avl. 3) BHS Cruce, 27 yard field
fingertip catch, almost yards on a pitchout for the QB Young went into the end- Marty Russell stopped Forest and BHS defensive halfback Two BHS defenders had 4.31 I 317hn.nD.Vd7. goal. j,
t dropping the football, but held score. Forest came right back zone from two yards for two running back David Hodgesfor Duane Cummings ended that vacated the zone at the same 3-43 I-U 4)BHs-No'maniyardrun.) ;
on the make the biggest playof with a 67 yard drive to even big Forest first downs. no gain, QB Young was possession by intercepting a time in the excitement and EP-kick. good. '
the game. the score at 7-7 the big play a held to two and three yards in pass at the BHS 37. confusion of the Score 5)Forest) Young, 2 yard run.
46-yard scamper by quarterback Stanley Williams returnedthe two plays as he tried the BHS QB Norman again got By Quarters: EP-kick failed.
Forest started its last driveat Tyrone Young, the only Forest kick off to the BHS ends, and a fourth down caught in the BUS backfieldand Forest remained 6-0 for the 6) Forest Wirtz, 33 yard
the Forest 43 where the time of the night BHS allowedthe 43 but on first down quarter- screen pass was stopped cold running plays by Tyson season. The loss evened the BIIS:7370-17 pass from Young. EP- pass
Tornado defense held for four 6-6 veteran Wildcat signalany back Jeffery Norman and by defensive end Alton Moore. and Bright netted just two BHS record at 33. FHS70013-19 failed.mili .
downs but on a fourth down big yardage.
incomplete pass BHS was BHS came right back with
penalized for pass interference another drive, this one 69
giving Forest new life yards to the Forest five yard
and a first down at the BHS 40 line where the Tornadoeswere c0/
with 1:27: left in the ball game But Marcus
)t with the Tornadoes on top 17- Cruce stopped.kicked a 27 yard field -

13. goal. BHS led 11>-7 at the half. !
In the third period Forest '. p4
Tailback David Hodges to come alive but really '
began f
carried for seven yards on ; 1
did not dominate play until the i '{"_ \
{. first where down middle to guard the BHS Kenneth 33, fourth period. _

finger:: made the stop. Young BHS put Forest deeper in
then passed to Wirtz on the the hole in the third period
same play to the right side but when middle guard Kenneth
Tornado secondary defender Cruger recovered a Young
Dua ae Cummings knocked the fumble at the Forest 35. Witn t
ball away. Forest came back the aid of a roughing the r EL1'' IEWr
with the same pattern for kicker penalty BHS put the
Wirtz on third down and ball into the Forest endzone

Tornadoes Learn t f tt_l'ty'fa ( A

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E From Ocala Loss

Marcus Cruce kicked this 27 yard field goal right through the uprights in the second period as '"
BUS built up a 10-0 lead over Forest. The field goal culminated a 69 yard drive by the Tornado ,
Ell, It was a heartbreaking loss, For the first time this offense. ''
:., but I think the kids season the backs were hittingthe Irf il (. 9' '
learned lot from it Coach holes the line opened -
a up '/I ,rJ
_Mike. Sexton said ,Monday of coaches say.. The BHS line Palatka-Tornado Rivalry V atet :;., ..
the 19-17 loss to Ocala Forest. controlled the line of scrimmage ,,'< 1"1:2.:
It was a disappointing loss especially in the first .. ., .
because the players really put haif. .. "
things together, Sexton Coach Bob Hancock said the Offers Hard-Hitting ActionBradford ."
continued. weak side of the BUS line was _
"To me, it wasn't a great particularly effective. Their C I .--- ..... ,,\'
effort. We just played up to performance earned weak fans can look for- contrast BHS has some 1,100 team that wants the win the

our potential. We didn't play side tackle Bobby Smith and ward to another in a long students. most and the team that makes This Tyrone Young pass was thrown perfectly to the Forest tight end but BHS safety David
better than we are," said weak side guard Issac series of tough, hard-hitting Coach Billy Bennett is at the the fewest mistakes is most Carter, number, came up to tip it away in the third period.
Offensive Line Coach Bob Cummings BHS linemen of football games here tomorrow helm of the new Palatka likely to win the ballgame. QB Young fumbled the football on the following: play on the Wildcat 35 and Tornado nose guard
Hancock. the week honors night (Friday Oct. 28) when Panthers. Bennett Is the Since it is, for the first time, a Kenneth Cruger recovered. Eight plays later BHS was roosting in the Forest end zone with. a 17-7
"No," Sexton agreed, "I Forest was the difference in the Palatka Panthers come to veteran coach of Palatka district game, the annual lead.
think we finally realized we the second half, Coach Starke for an 8 p.m. district South and has moved to the battle is even more Improtant
can play. We had a bunch of Hancock said plus BHS in- contest. new high school in the same to both teams.
kids who didn't know they curred offsides and motion "They always get up for capacity. U one good thing came out Buesv Racers Vie For $20,000
could play." penalties which left the us," says Head Coach David As with all Bennett coached of the 19-17 loss to number one ,
"We played the kind of ball Tornado offense facing a first Hurse "No matter how teams, the new Palatka ranked Forest game lost week -- -
we need to play," Hancock down replay with 15 yards to Palatka is struggling any- Panthers are well coached in Ocala is that the Tornado A $20,000 purse, the largestin start at Balloon 1 and the Budfastest and best races ever
said of his offense go twice.A nice first down run where else, they always play and have good balance, BHS players found out they can Swamp Buggy racing weiser will fly at the and race fans are urged to get
"The defense did a heckuva by Marvn Tyson was called their heads off against us. scouts report. Four or five play with anybody, BHS history, has brought out a track with weather per- their tickets soon at the !
job," Sexton said, containing back, for instance. Palatka is our oldest rival and Panther backs can run the coaches say. record number of entries in all milling Swamp Buggy office on Radio
the Forest running game they always get sky high for football well, the scouts the Tornadoes were "up" classes for the annual Oct. 30 Drivers are predicting the Road from 9 to 5.
I 1 except for one big run. us report, indicating depth in the for Forest and played a whaleof race in Naples. '. ......,o. wa9 ;-
Head Coach David Hurse DEFENSE: Last year the Tornadoeswent backfield. a game. Coach Hurse says. The $20,000 purse
agreed with the assessment of All seven of the front line dida 35-3 past a "down" Palatka is basically a But the coach adds: guaranteed by Swamp Buggy
his two assistants. good job in containing the Palatka South eleven. But running team, but throws "It is difficult to get up two for the first time lets drivers
"I'm very proud of our football Forest running game Coach many changes. have taken enough to keep opposition games in a row, even though know what kind of money they ,
team. The boys played Sexton said, referring to place in Palatka since last honest. Palatka is our bitter rival. But will be running for before the
their hearts out They tackles Fred Wood and Marty we are working on this very races start. Formerly, the
deserved to win." Russell, ends Roland Cum- November. Biggest change is Palatka's offensive line hard. purse was a percentage of the
Hurse doesn't like to blame mings and Alton Moore, line- that the two Palatka high comes off the ball well; the gate receipts and never approached
any official for a loss but the backers Issah Jenkins and schools, both 3A last year, Panther line controlled: the Though Palatka Is 3-3. the the monster amountup
fourth down pass interference Lawrence Patrick, and have combined Into one large line of scrimmage against Panthers have won their last for grabs Sunday Oct. 30.
a called on BHS, when the middle guard Kenneth ,Class 3A high school with North Marion. Palatka has a three games. They have Clarence Cardullo of North
Tornadoes had the Wildcats Cruger some 2.150 students By good, quick defense similar to beaten Clay High, Perry, and Fort Myers, the defending
stopped in the closing minutesof Patrick, Russell, and that of Gainesville Eastside North Marion. They have lost champion, headlines the 1.. i
Cruger were named defensive The Panthers like the Bolles Tallahassee entrants. He will be \
the game, "was a very poor MINI-GOLF! Family Fun. to 4 '
judgement call. co-linemen of the week. Thurs. ia Ladles Day: 50c Per Tornadoes, are 3-3. But Coach and Gainesville Eastside. challenged by such well ,'; .
The official was Intimidatedby Safety David Carter was Game. Hurse discounts records in The Tornadoes look for the known Champions as Leonard tY f
the Forest coaching staff named the best defensive !tomorrow night's tilt. Tied \ Panthers to run the football Chesser, Lonnie Chesser, Lee r r+..
yelling about Interference, back for the Forest game -. right at them. Palatka Is Hancock, and Roger Mc-
Q ''S Hurse said he believes. Carter played by far his best expected to run the usual Candless as well as a very big
j Forest's Glen Wirtz and game so far, said Coach power sweeps either way andto group made up of Jim Ellis,
A? Bradford's' Duane Cummings Denny Hansen.Secondary = LG.LL LLLr' run the fullback: and tail- Jack Hurley Stan White, I: :ft
crossed paths going for the defenders back up the middle from, andto Ralph and Edward Turner, 4 ,t ,J
m ball, and Wirtz fell to the Carter, Donald Reddish, Lu. h.u. ti'Li run the counter They like to Jim Stewart and a host of ., ,
ground. Wirtz was running Duane Cummings and run behind senior tackle others. 4
?' down the sideline'and Cummings monster man Esau Bright dida o Jimmy Wilson 175, number Weekend activities start ::;. .\
was crossing behind good job of com ing up to protect 75. with a Turkey Shoot at 7 a.m. _
Wirtz to go for the pass, which against the run. Bright, ?+v P at the Swamp Buggy Grounds. --i Ia
t" was out of bounds. The official Reddish and Carter did a good Palatka two platoons all the The track will open at 9 arm > ,
job of rotating to play Forest's way. The offensive line for tryouts The annual "
1 y said the feet of the two playerstangledandWirtztrtppedand Y NHL CRAWFORD to<
tendencies, Hansen said. averages around 175 poundsper Swamp Buggy Parade down
that constituted Interference. man. The Panther the Trail will begin at 10 arm

The rule book definitely The secondary didn't do a Saturday, Oct. 22, Bradford place, and Dale Johns placed defensive size front is about the at Naples Shopping Center
states that both the offensive bad job of defending against Bassmasters held their third. same except for big and proceed' South to Fourth
,,'. and defensive player has anI" the pass Coach Hansen said, monthly tournament at In behalf of the club I would tackle Randall Boyt 215, the strong side Avenue South, skipping Fifth ___" _H _,__ ,
a The
I to the football allowing just 3 completions In Rodman.At like to congratulate Pat for his pounder. Avenue South for the first "
equal right on a Palatka line is expected to Swamp buggy race set for Sunday Oct.30 In Naples.
pass, Hurse says. One player 13 passes Duane Cummings 7 a.m. all Bassmasters fine effort, Sam for time. It will turn West on
placingwho hustle and be
could trip just as easily as the intercepted one pass. But the were ready to give it all they close second and Tight end aggressive.James Poole ,Fourth Avenue South and
other, the coach notes, but three completions were all big had but by 7 pm. most of placed third. disband. The modified parade /
.I" asks how the official knew ones, the final touchdown passIn them had found out what At present Pat Welch is the target number of 84,quarterback 175-12. Is the main Greg ,route Is at the request of the Griffith 4th In Deland .
i which one to call the penalty which two BHS defendersleft makes bass fishing so point leader' followed closely Leary. Poole has speed Naples Police Department so
otf, a zone at the same time, frustrating at limes. by Dale Johns. and good as to keep Fifth Avenue open
good hands. end
;.t and on two completions which Many factors can cause old The only answer to a bad Johnny Johnson number Split 57 for traffic Now State ContenderSeven
OFFENSE set up the second Forest TD big mouth to shut down. day's fishing ia to load your Is Immediately following the
Execution of the Tornado when the Wildcats couldn't Rodman has clear water at guns and get ready for the well.150-12, quick, runs patterns parade The Budweiser hot- Bradford High girls the meet and was the second
offense, as a whole, was much move on the around present. Bass are also feeding next tournament, maybe ;air balloon will be on displayat competed in a 22-team meet in BHS finisher. Coach Howard
improved in the Forest game, mostly on shad, and shiners. things will be better, could QB Leary Is a good ball Gambler Park. The balloon Deland last Saturday, Oct. 22, also termed Laura's finish an
Hurse said. Quarterback "We hadn't seen that many The gold Rapala seems to even be worse. handler and runs the teem will fly on a tether up to 150 in which some 120 girls ran in outstanding effort.
| Jeffery Norman executed drag patterns this year. We have worked for Sam Wise. well, uy BHS scouts feet in the air. Local dignitaries what amounted to a warm up Other Bradford finishers in
I better than he ever has, particularly just weren't ready z" Coach R.F. Bryant and myself tried The November tournament Pro man Danny Williams, and notables will be for the state match, accordingto the big Deland meet were
1 on the little quick pitch Hansen said of the game all kinds of worms and silver 'will be held on the St. Johns 140-12, number one, is a quick I taken aloft for a look at the Coach Howard. Linda Richardson, 55th; Judy M.
I on which running back Marvin winning Forest pass on which colored Bang-O-Lures. and :liver, Nov. 19,7a m. to 6 p.m. elusive runner. Palatka likes I city. The appearance of the Cindy Griffith placed fourthin Hankerson, eothr Virginia .;
( Tyson had good yardage receiver Glen Wirtz lined up silver Rapalas. The gold 13-S Boats will be launched at to run Williams on the counter big brightly decorated balloonIs the match at 11.30; In what 'Crawford, 66th; Robin Sch- '
, [ several times. on the slot and slanted across Rapala Is a fine lure to use in >unns Creek.So and throw to him In the flat. I being sponsored by The Coach Howard termed an out- 'weda, 75th, and Nancy Mc-
"I agree with the coaches on the field while another the clear water. get your stuff together Fullback Jimmy Long i I Naples Budweiser Distri standing performance. The Neal, Mth.
their choice of the best per- receiver went down the side- Hydrilla Is rough but not ,md make a trip or two to the number 40, 154-11, Is a strong butor. Adolphus, Inc. meet established Cindy as A BUS needs help from the ;
formance, but I want all the line. quite as bad as I anticipated. 'St. Johns before tournament low runner. Long blocks well, Saturday night will see the definite state contender. \third, fourth and fifth place
[ players to know it was an outstanding -, At 7 p.m. all Bassmasters (nay, this could help bring the on the sweeps and hit the dive I first Country Music show Winning girl from TallahasseeLeon girls to be a state contender."They .
[ effort by "Except for that one bad returned to Kenwood Landing, bacon home, maybe. hole quickly. headed! up by Superstar Tomr. ran 11:09: and second will have to do 100
[player, our best to date every, play, we didn't do* bad job" mostly with long faces. P.S. I sure need a big catch Tailback Kevin Edward, Hall, supported by little place went to a Gainesville percent better," Coacb
[Coach Hurse states. said Hansen. In the defensive After all Bassmasters myself. number 24. 183-12, has Rood 1 Wendy, Holcumb, and ".K.Yonge girl who ran 11:13. Howard states
The offensive line came off backfield If you make a mis- weighed their catch, we found outside speed. good acceler I Beresford Creek, a country, It was Cindy's best time in Next meet for the girls .Is the
{the ball, blocked, and moved take there are no back up Pat Welch to be the winner, Bass Wishes, ation through the hole and I rockgrotip that even play a such a meet Wstrlct match in two weeks''
(the football. personnel, Hansen notes. with Sam Wise in second .- Nell R. Crawford reads his blocking well.. I Ittle bluegras Sunday races Laura Chase places 11th In Nov. S. in Palatka.


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? Date to rememberthisSaturday Mrs. Vicki McKinney's first "volunteers" Willing to DC
4.11 LEADERS grade will be making and drenched including Dewey
October 29, place-
AND!; Southside Prin
\ Southside School selling doughnuts outside McKinney,
RAY NORMAN HONORED event-Halloween Carnival,, their classroom, room 5, on cipal; Jim Lewis, Kathy
Metzlen and Carolyn Canova,
Carnival night. The students
to 9 :
The Bradford County 4-H ,' Parents students p.m. relatives have been busily making ''Southside teachers; Buddy
Council honored volunteer 4-H Lawtey P.E.
friends-all decorations for this area to Paterson
Leaders and Norman at are invited to Dean Cassels and
Ray a attract customers. They have teacher;
..' banquet Tuesday night, with come the join school the grounds fun and games.On will. made pumpkins to hang, Michael Woodfin, B.H.S. Band
Baker County Judge D.L. you and his assistant.
find the Haunted House Duck witches hats, ghosts and are
I Griffis as the featured Mrs. Ernestine Register,
currently completing a
Pond, Darts, Football Toss,
teacher would like
speaker. fifth grade
Halloween mural. Halloween
The Council, composed of Sponge Throw, Bean Bag decorations have been to commend the following:
representatives from each 4-H Throw, the Country Store, glyents: for_ having A-B
brought by Kimbo Woods,
I l ,, Treasure Chest, Dragon,
club presented Ray Normana honor roll report card:
.IU." k' Tiffany Little, and Amber
... plaque for his service to 4- Fishing Pond Spooky Golf, Crawford. Kirby Jo Hilder- Michael Calvin, Kathy
Cake Walk Sweet Plant
Hers as Secretary-Treasurer w'C d .cal Morrow, Catrell Overstreetand
LCI bran has brought a sheet
Employees Complete Training / r Booth Doughnuts and inside
of the Cattlemens Associationand Becky Parrish
which will be turned Into a
... .. the cafetorium there will be
his assistance to the Steer Bingo. Come ghost by l his eager classmates, Fourth and fifth grade boys

Law ley Correctional Institution employees (l-r): Donald Show and Sale over the past Ray Norman receives a plaque for service to 4-H'eri} from in prepared facorites.to with a little help from Mrs. being considered for all-star

Blizzard. !Norman; Thrift and Bennie \\oodham recently participated five years. Lowell Parrish 4-H coordinator. participate Donations are your still neededfor McKinney.Mrs flag football team are the
J in the Correctional Training Institute at Raiford, the Four-H leaders present and Beth Freeman-Mrs. following: Wendell Shanks
all booths. to ad-
national origin. For further responsible for your Help
of Offender Rehabilitation announced. honored for years of service own 4-H Martha Seifferman's third Keith Kehoe Michael Early
Department minister the and workin
were: Mr. and Mrs Bill information about 4-H contact project attending meetings games grade has also been making Marty Irons, Rohn Ed-
Melson, 7 years; Mrs. Viola Lowell Parrish at 9646280. keeping records and the booths is needed; you Halloween decorations, some mondson, Herbie Cooper
ThKis! the ISth CTI group to enroll in the minimum standard Anderson 5 years; Mr. and Four-H involves young demonstrating. may call the office or yourchild's for their room and some for Micole Scott Howard
curricula which is required by law. The Training Institute Mrs Harold Water, 4 years; people everywhere in town Successful 4-H club work is teacher and volunteer the Treasure Chest Carnival Starling, Donald Thornton
I program. !( is taught in conjunction with Lake City Community Mr and Mrs. Royce Joyner 4 and in the country. Any young centered around the home and your services. booth. They have brightenedtheir Mike Chappell.oy Portis, Eric

,. College and the graduates earn nine semester credits for years; Mr. and Mrs James person in the 3rd through 12th family. Parents, other adults Come be surprised at the room with pumpkin- Crawford, Ricky Gainey,
successfully completing the full time. lt>U hour course. Balkcom, 3 years; Mr. and grades may join 4-H. and older teenagers are booth decorations; look decorations and they have Donald Hutchinson Cecil
Mrs Fred Johns 3 years; Community 4-H clubs meeton needed as volunteer leaders in especially for the "Spooky also made some outstanding Jackson Chris Thomas Terry

The program includes instruction in the Criminal Justice Mrs Janie Hayes 2 years; a regular schedule in Bradford County. You can Golf" game. Ms. Cyndee mosaic pumpkins with instructions Watkins, Leon Hampton,
System Legal Aspects of Corrections Operational Procedures, Mrs Mary Jane Green 2 homes or community open the door to 4.H involvement Lawrence's class is makingthe from Mrs. Nancy Kenny Holmes, Shawn Ritch
Principles of Supervision Human Relations and Technical years. buildings. With volunteer All 4-H clubs are open to decorations for this Brewer art teacher. The Charlie Pelham, Levi! Simmons -
Training Skills which include Firearms, J'lrstltl and Fire leaders members plan their all without regard to race, challenge. There will be a bulletin i board in room 13 has a Collis Warren Robert
Fighting Techniques. "-II +FIND OUT IIVTITIS own programs, elect officers color, sex, or national origin. large witch's head ghost and spooky haunted house Bellamy Todd Frazier.
and take part in community Become a part of a growing pumpkin used as part of the decorated with ghosts and a Darrell Morgan, Simon

Thursday evening, Oct 27, service activities.As organization; join 4-H as a game. See if the witch's mouth skeleton named Mr. Bones. Mitchell Andy Jones Mike
at 730: you are invited to learn a member you will be member or needed volunteer. will be the hole-in-one. Rickey Mrs. Mullins' kindergarten Colvin and Bill Gatlin.

/"D&S WELDING SERVICED about and join 4-H at the homeof Smith in room six is with the help of Mrs. Looney Twenty of these boys will
Jim Faulkner If you live on Multiphasic Van Next Wednesdayhours vacationing with his family in made Old Witch's Blueberry make up the all-star team that
964-5360 or off SR-16 in Bradford the Great Smokey Moun- Pancakes by the recipe on the will play teams from Starke
County; and near or north of The Multiphasic van, before the test you must taines. We hope he returns in back of the book. Old Black Elementary, Lawtey
n 2 Mi. S. Of Starke On 301 Morgan Road you and your sponsored by the Seventh-Day eat one cup cornflakes or oat- time for the carnival. Witch. Each child had the Hampton and Brooker on

Behind; B & G Truck Stop family should come. The Adventist Church of Starke, meal with one tablespoon Miss Claudette Peterson's chance to mix, measure stir Nov 2 at Southside, starting
Faulkners live off of SR-225 will be in the Bradford Square sugar and one cup milk two fourth grade is making and turn the pancakes but the at approximately 9 a.m.
{ HELIARCSTAINLESS between SR-16 and SR-229. Shopping Center, Wednesday, slices toast and one table- decorations for the Sweet most fun was eating them. There will be three
Call them at 964-6534 for direct Nov 2, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. spoon jelly, one cup hot drink Shop booth. So far they have This kindergarten took a fall volleyball teams from
& ALUMINUM tions to their home. There is no charge for the and one egg (optional). made bat-lanterns, black cats, walk to find seeds, leaves and Southside for the Nov. 2

Adults are needed as screening program. Blood Do not eat any more food, ghosts, and Jack-o-Lanterns. nuts on the school campus tournament Congratulationsto
i Boat Props Repaired volunteer leaders. Boys and pressure, hemoglobin candy, cough drops, chew All kinds of donations of food Upon their return to the the following fifth grade
girls in the 3rd 12th gradesare diabetic and glaucoma tests gum or smoke or drink liquids are needed to make this bootha classroom they wrote a story girls for having been selectedas
\Aluminum T.V. Towers Built To Order/ invited to join without will be given. other than water until after success for room 20 about fall and the things they players: Ma Ida Delestre

regard: to race color. sex. or For the diabetic test two the diabetic test. found. Byron Bagwell brought Thressa Perry, Michelle
some guinea feathers not Slocum, Rosaland Lennon
On Pecan Sale seen very often nowadays to Lisa Spivey Pam Proctor

idayE I1a.GLE lull!,- share with the class. Cynthia DeSue, Wendy Mc-
ire t 6rt.. Thur t Set Nov. 3 Mrs. Mildred HarperMrs.Carol Dougald Lisa Holiday, Linda
aMI"umn Clark's fourth DeWitt Kim Luke Leona
U.war .1 uul, grade
and Saturday! and Mrs. Verna Schmidt'sfirst Dean Ronett Schweda,
I IN MN 11..1 FAMILY DISCOUNT STOffCS __ GLASSWARE SET This fall's first pecan grade classes are busy Samantha Harmon Ver-

--1% I with any its auction is scheduled Nov. 3 at planning the Bucket Brigade nadette World Cheri Foster,
I I f} f2r tnor.ley ai ylIANNAMIAICA.Ol 1 p.m. at the Bradford County booth. This is Jan Brooks Pam Goolsby,

*N"CI I State Farmer's Market on US- version of the traditional Melissa Gay Jenny Aber-

301 south in Starke accordingto sponge throw. Instead of crombie, Melanie Wood

Market Manager Bob Allen. throwing a wet spong at the Catrell Overstreet, Diane

human target another target Wood, Pat Barber Delores
National Brand Sale "This year's pecan crop will be used that will release a Williams Catherine Simmons

looks better but still is not bucket of icy water over the Kathy Morrow Christy
what we consider a real good participant's head. Jim Lewisis Lyons and Carolyn Hill.
crop," the market manager chairman of the booth and Foruth graders are now tryingout

The names you know and trust at lower than low prices! says. Pecan yield in 1976 was has asked for donations of old for team positions. Winners -
very light. There was only one sheets to use for decorations. will be announced at a
FAMOUS ".--C.= sale held due to a lack of nuts, There have been several later date.
MAKER ; with about 3,500 pounds going
tlEI\ : 1 ?,r. VALUE PLUSfi. through the market. LEGALSNOTICt ,

Sales will be held each

a CASUAL DENIM Thursday beginning Nov. 3, NOTICEOF : OF INTEN' .uN 1

(QUAKER .; t. BLAZERS! except Thanksgiving week, as TO REGISTER '
r long as there is enough PUBUCHEARINGThe FICTITIOUS NAME
STATE a..a..a. 10.88. pecaM.. "Allelsays'- :" *"' '' District Ml Mental Health
A b
s 'I Board Inc.," wB; hold a public Pursuant to Section 865.09
BUND Y..r,, I, A DISC.PRICE' r Growers be are asked to bring hearing In the Commissioners' Florida Statutes notice is hereby .
to weighed to the
MOTOR OH \y pecans
Meeting Room of the Bradford that the
o' Givo to casual given
polish your market between 8 and
VALUE P S "5'! i c look 1 Thl tryllih d.nlmMEN'SBOYS' ./ .. I. r a m County Courthouse, located in Harry Collier 1126 N. Thompson
noon the day of the Allen
JOGGERS Woe h.. buttoned front e Starke, Florida which will be St, Starke, Florida, 32091, and
ekxur a curt I.im.P it .t' says. Pecans must be in good
front packed and OIMT .. \ serviceable sacks. Pecans beginning at 7:00: p.m. on Linda Adams, 907 Faxon Lane,
r PRICE 7 $ fashion..tr.>.8 to XL must be November 3, 1977. Starke. Florida, 32091, doing
SAVE23: % SA YE 4. TV L E t separated by variety Purpose. of this hearing is to business under the firm, name of
Nylon upper w/sud trim, otherwise they will be sold as "
create a forum for "THE BIRD'S NEST 212 E.
1 QT. QUAKER STATE 39 LB. DRY CHLORINE boy'*am3-t.nwn'7-12. MEN'S DENIM JACKET mixed nuts which sell at lower private
citizens elected officials, Call Street, Starke, Bradford
WS9C 29 88 PRICt7,88 \ prices. consumers of service, or orthers County Florida, 32091, intendsto
I d IW to enhance the exchange of register said fictitious name
quality 10W-30 mc53% granular formula ....p. 10O% cotton d.nlm wltnllpclotur ( R 'f Growers should keep bagsof information and give all inter. under the provision of aforesaid
tor OIl. Limit 5-no call back. pool I water clean/ A>eanitaryFamous a *.2 pockote. 8 to XL. rt / same variety of pecans ested persons a voice indecisions statute.

together so when unloading all affecting the deliveryof Harry Collier and Linda
; I lasT the same kind of pecans can community mental health and Adams, owners.

be weighed together. Checks community alcoholism services Dated this 6th day of October,
will be mailed t growers the The District Board is a A D 1977 at Starke, Florida
Friday following the sale. citizen's group and needs the 10/6 4tpd 10/27

input of any and all persons
All buyers must either pay interested in its
> : p be licensed and
cash or
SAVE 13% role.
1 $. coordinating REGISTER
bonded by the Florida Depart-
aparmtl 'r } Itchg 10/27 FICTITIOUS NAME
HOPSACK CASUALS ,/ ment of Agriculture and
Pursuant to Section 86509
X' Consumer Services, according -
04.0 SAVE 14% WERE 3 44 4 to Allen. Florida Statutes, notice is here-
by given that the undersigned
Waanable. lightweight uppora ( t i Fi1rf Lyndle Kirtley, P.O. Box 581,
WERE UP 9 81 Wig 4R S ,crepe eolee. Men'a 7-12. Keystone Heights, Florida,
TOWWSingle f 32656, doing business under the
burger maker or 3v/ M on* ply naphin In sail. Huwr curt / firm name of "THE WOOD
quart crock pot colors Prvtly and practical Ltt u.rr.TOl JA UE PLUS, V CENTRAL WALL BOX," Highway 21, Melrose,

said fictitious
register name
Cotton T-ahirta 3(3 albDISC
__ G.E. ALARM DISPOSABLE isuc.Mn.,333hucut; PRICE 2 96 504. FURNACEBy under the provisions of aforesaid
CLOCK 3" LIGHTER ahorta ... 413, knit or tare ... statute.
u q w I 113. Pkga. of 3, 8.M, L,XL. Neat placket trim, buttoned Pr shrunk denim, reinforced Lyndle Kirtley, owner.
p 2.9 1 pocket.Top color*. 8 to XL inching. pockela.2-3f.
2RS Seigler Dated this 13th day of Oc-
w.a a4F 11 I It tober, A.D. 1977 at Starke,

a wA/avrrT SAVE 100 L :i? I pUigq 1-Q The Last Word In Comfort Florida 10/13 4tpd 11/3



1 BALLS MADE I a 4 -110
SPALDINGI .lit Genuine Goodyear welt. 8 i' 1 COUNTY
97 C: 97 leather uppera Sitaa 7-12 y' Heats


car S A a 1 I Up To JOE BROWN, Plaintiff

\1 6 CASE No. 77-447

; dO, .r VALUE PLUS' DISC. 3. 93 DIIC.MICE 4 94 DIBC.MICt E. 2 88P RoomsWall 1 : Roxie Brown, Richton,

) R B 1 CORNING SUN-SENSORS Poly/cotton w/fteee> facing, Stunning I prtnta on poly.. Snieelh S tenured grata, Mss s ippi
8A VE UP TO 25% DIIC. 1 long ale* ea.hi 8. M. L.XL. ...-...o"on.l long .I..L Maw buckle alyle 3042.
Lighten/darken automatically, r an action for Divorce has
1 WERE UPTO.2 2051 TOR P6 8 variety faehionable atylee, r., Ti. Even been filed and
/*-**; ? ,+ Temperature, 4! against you you
+ w+ a are required to serve a copy of
I Burner blbe, cak pane, pw 18-tneh metal toot bo* of dry ,
plate,roasting pan ft morl chemical lire aillnguleher. 1 a r Counter Flow-Pulls your written defenses if any to
it, on the plaintiff's attorney,
_VALUE PLUS' SUPER 8JYt( / I- y 1 q Unused Heat Off Ceiling And Spreadsit whose name and address la

RUGRUNNERS Hon. Mack Futch, P.O. 1083
III LIFE MINIATURESVINYL SAVERS w t t AI f tr'\, Back Evenly Over The Floors Where Starke, Florida, and file the
2T%" WIDE I original with the dark of the
; 79C kT / / 4 You Need It. Economical to Install And above styled court on or before
1 f
66C November
1977 otherwise
W ; a
1 Economical to Operate
WASH! I Judgement may be entered
DISC.lel s
95 against you for the relief demanded -
t b I- l l
y 269 In
SUPER Burr complaint or
Rear And Side Vents
l II BAVEit% L g SAS I% ? At Small Extra Cost Plus installation my hand and the
GOOD A PLENTY SO-PACK seal of said Court on October 13,

I t 8oyaf quality underwear by WERC .. w Rt SAWYER SLADEGAS&
SMACCAKSC 790 rriet.r-lhe-Loom In pkge. 2 96 PRlCI c. 3 96 a 2 5
of Plb knit canon brtol fa. Gilbert S. Brown
WASSIr ." Pull cut Cotton TChaos. from eoNda, tripe, Flared ..... etltch**) areas l kel lsaS APPLIANCE As Cork of Mid Court
1 *I _.. I.... 8Ue..1.. I pattern.Long ......*,-18. /keel color a,_..w'a"1" .IS...,

96a-7Z01 By: Beulah M. Moody
W. Madison Deputy Clerk
FAMILY DISCOUNT STORESOpain Free Set Of Classes For '18" lal-A'War Purchase 332 W. Madison St.
daily 9 'til 9. Sunday 'til Starke Fla. 10/20 4tchg 11/10


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CASE NO.77-441 Pursuant to Section 866.09

Florida Statutes notice Is
Marriage of hereby given that the under
-- -
Johnnie Thompson signed Lyndle Kirtley, P.O. Box FOR RENT MOTORCYCLES PERSONAL SERVICENeed FOR SALE
Husband, 581, Keystone Heights, Florida, (, .
and 32656 doing business under the
Annie Bell TINY FURNISHED oil heater. RUMMAGE SALE Singer .
Thompson, Wife. firm name of "KEYSTONE OF STARKE your apace 20SN.
HEALTH CLUB" Highway 21, HOUSE Charming.tl65n SuiukI ., .ur.uthorl..d cleaned need. a new 011 or sewing machine, excellent,
onth.NO pete.. Phone Ga space heater Contact condition) Crochet. afghan, STARKE, FLORIDA
NOTICE OF SUIT Melrose Florida, 32666, intendsto Phone 964-6020. 1640 South
964-7521. lube 10/27 REGISTER OIL CO.. plUowe, plant, toy poodle
register said fictitious name Walnut (1301 South /In walker hound
Phone 964-5888. 9/29 pup ,
To: Johnnie Thompson under the provisions of aforesaid FARM HOUSE 4 BR.Ivable Starke.] tf/chg mbcellaneoua. Item*. 1231 30 minutes to Giinetvlll

Address Unknown statute. ..la,barn,48 acres of s EwiNG MACHINES Butler Rd. Itchg 10/27 40 minutes to Jacksonville

Lyndle Kirtley, owner. ..... U25/... Joe Oliver, 1974 KAWASAKI 400 Good REPAIRED all make 50 minutes to Sliver Springs

vv1 YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat Dated this 13th day of October Shady. Oak. Mobil Horn condition, 8,000 miles. New cleaned, oiled and adjusted. YARD SALE: Friday and 50 minute to St. Augustine
tire and sprocket 450. 17. Work guaranteed. James Ladle ....... 80 minutes to Dayton
an action for Dissolution of A.D. 1977 at Starke, Pork U.S. 301 South, Saturday. large
7f Marriage has been filed againstyou I Florida, Hampton. Itpd 10/27 Phone 964-8502. Itchg 10/27 Road Strickland and ,Hwy corner 16.ol tllc"Morgan, 642! Gardner St. Itchg 10/27 150 minutes to Cape Kennedy
150 minutes to Disney WorldS
and 10/134tcd 113NOTICE -
you are required to
IL 2 LOVE SEATS and; ;matching
serve a copy of your written 3 ROOM APARTMENT WE BUY mobile. home ..I..
chair bed all In
Only 1 child. Inquire 403 acre tract cleared,fenced cross-fenced plus 3 B R
fenses, if any,to it on OF INTENTIONTO and tire*. Pick,. up or deliver good condition. Phone 964-
E WELTY, Attorney for REGISTER Walnut St. Phone 468-2637. OLIN'S MOBILE HOMES 7018. Itpd 1027REGISTERED frame home. Only $28,000.
tioner, whose address is 114 de-I FICTITIOUS NAME Itpd : Hwy 100 West.. Open 7 day -

Walnut Street, P.O. Box FURNISHED 1 and. 2 BR Female black/tan ahetland a week, phone 9645606. ANGUS Beautiful two BR home with income apartment or
collie. Age 6 yr*. Named tf/chg BULL 3 old. Phone guest house. $23,000.
Starke, Florida, 32091, and Pursuant to Section 86609 apartmentsi electricity and "Bonnie," disappeared from yeara

the original with the Clerk of Florida Statutes, notice is hereby hot water furnished. Phone .....er.* yard 7 p.... Oct. 13. 5332312 10/27 er 9647883. Itpd
above-styled Court on or before given that the undersigned 9644071. Itpd 1027KITCHENETTES Contact; W.E. Heap., 1105 JR. REAMES HEATER Country living on four acres in 3 BR frame home.

Nov. 21, 1977, otherwise a William D. and Ginger B. W. Madison Starke. Phone CLEANING AND REPAIR: Has 2 wells, mobile home site, septic tank 14x24
Whiter I* coming It*time to BUMPER STICKERS
Judgment may be entered I Brown 1024 Raiford Road, apartment 964-5641 or 964-5488. Itpd have your heaters. and Personalized, CB handles. Utility building, small barn, $26,500.

*. (against you) for the relief de- Starke Florida 32091 doing ., utllltlee Included, 10/20 furnace cleaned and Club and quantity discounts.

manded in the Petition. business under the firm name of totally furnlihed., weekly. or checked Call Jr. Reamer Phone 9648498. Itpd 10/27 Good-looking brick rancher CH-A, large lot on

WITNESS my hand and seal "PEE-WEE NURSERY" 202 N. monthly rates. Temple. BELLY DANCINGi today. 782-3326 or 9648962. Madison St. Nearly new. So well insulated the utility

of said Court on the 11th day of Thompson St., Starke Bradford Moteli 880 N. Temple. Beginner. dace. start 7tpd 1124ALCOHOLICS TWIN BED good condition." bill Is unbelievably lowl)

October, 1977. t County Florida 32091 intends St......Phone 9647357.106 Wednesday, Nov. 9 for 10 Phone' 782-3366. Itthg 10/6
week. 3.00 lesson.
to register said fictitious name 4t,10/27. Contact; Pam Baizell.per 752- ANONYMOUS 3 BR, 2 bath 1650 sq. ft. frame home with CH( A on

Gilbert S. Brown under the provisions of aforesaid 6432,Lake. City. Itchg 10/27 : Phone 964-6894 or OAK FIREWOOD S20 per 1/2 acre on U.S. 301 South of Starke, $28,500. Have to
9647619. tf/chg
PRIME BUSINESS SPACE ,, truck. Phone 782-
AS CLERK OF SAID COURTBy statute. pickup see to appreciate.NEEDEDModest.
William D. and Ginger B located on Lawrence Blvd. BILL'S: SAW SHOP: Complete 3434. tl/chg
and Flamingo la Keystone GOOD PRICES PAID for
: Beulah M. Moody, I Brown, owners. sharpening service, size homes in IS to 25 thousand
Hti. Standard
Inquire .t used mobile home If
circular hand carbide ALL STEEL BUILDINGS
Dated this 6th day of October, :
Deputy Clerk price range In good repair.
Station Phone 4734907. la 3/4
mortgage paid or chain, mower blade hollow no Interior support, many
10/204/ tchg 11/10 A.D. 1977 at Starke. tf/ehg more. OLIN'S MOBILE ground and balanced Leaveat different .1,..* and colo...
10/6 10/27 Are you the "discriminating"person with to
4tpd HOME SALES 9645606. money
Jackson Building Supply, We are a high volume,
:( UNFURNISHED 2 BR Open 7 day weekly. tf/chg Stark or Keystone Helghti.ALUMINUM discount dealer.. Phone 1- back up your taste for luxury, yet informality? For

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT duplex, carpeting, ateve, tflr"g 305-163-6100. 10/20 Ztchg YOU we have on Hampton Lake: <((1)< Brick home

EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT pF :.) refrigerator. Ne pet. or AUTOMOBILES USED 10/27 with extra lot complete with dock and Boat house;

FLORIDAIN children. 124 N. Myrtle St. SIDING: HAY FOR SALE7"HiShTy: ((2)) Unpretentious, yet elegant, brick and redwood

AND FOR BRADFORD 130. Phone 864-8082 niter 6 1974 FORD PICK-UP" :"F. Awning gutters, windows, fertilized Will store In my furnished.
p.m. Itpd 10/13 etc. Joseph. D. Gtrrleon. barn lor ft. CB building at 416 E.
!: 100 Custom P/S A/C you pick up when Over 7000 sq.
COUNTYCIVIL ACTIONIN chrome wheel. 36" topper Phone 961-5205. 8/11 tf/chg you need It. Phone 782-3140: Brownlee..Prime commercial location..priced
MOBILE HOME In countTy, after 4,30 ...
29,000 miles. One p. 10/20 4tchg
RE. The Marriage of lurnlihed. children welcome. owner. vA' iiiiciEANERRE.PAIRS. 11/10 rightl

THOMAS I. BYRNES, husband CLASSIFIEDAODeadline Phone 964-6114 or 473-4777. Phone 964-8721. 10/20 3tpd : All makes. all
11/3 The creak of a barn door: 17'a acres with 2 trailer
.jiKl BARBARA J. BYRNES 4/7 model Stark '
I for Insertion tf/chf Sewing "MOWERr8
RIDING h'pT36"cut. 28x70 concrete block barn with
uvifa e..t.r.215 Eat CaD Street hook ups plus
Tuesday noon preceding FORD 7196: elation electric start. Good bathroom I $25,000 Hurry!
CASE NO 77-439 Thursday before publication 3 BR Mobile Hornet Large wagon, AFT A/C 500. phone 964.8312.4tpd. condition New drive belt

NOTICE OF SUIT living room, electric heat, Also, 1967 POP-UP TENT HANDYMAN I All home and tune up. Phone 964.5390.
NO PROPERTY Minimum charge $2.00 A/C S125/BO. Phone 964- CAMPER. 450. Phone 964- repairs Interior/exterior; 10/20 2tchg 10/27 Yes, we do have listings on Kmgsley Lake.

painting. Special
that action for dissolution of BRADFORDVILLAGEAPTSi 327 Kstea/terms for senior HAY: Phone 964-6558 or I. Tuck's Drive-Inn 301 South. 3. Demorest homeon
an has been filed Is 10 cents 1 Br, modern fur- c.l..4 W D.Phone.529-9084 or .,ltI...... Free eitimat 9644912. 10/20 2tpd 1027WATSON'S Park Place adjacent to Starke Shopping Plata
marriage againstyou nlahed. AC carpet ..Ik.f.. 5299008. niter 5 pja. 10/20 Phone 964-8961 after 5 p.m.
THOMAS J. BYRNES and Not responsible for errant cleaet, walled garden patio Ztchg' 10/27 for Immediate attention.

ttM you are required to serve a copyof when given over the ofTetreet parking. 31S W.Washlogtea 10/20 3tchft 11/3 HOUSE OF Cecelia/. T Te'willegorNEW

your written defenses, if any phone or when copy Is ; phone. 964- 1973 DODGE P/U 6 cyl': VACUUMS: many brand olnew LOCATION I
to it, on the plaintiff's attorney, nottyped and brought to 8601, beat before 8 a.m. AM/FM radio CJB., toolbox FOR SALE machine vacuum available. Expert m 205 N. TEMPLE

who&e name and address is the office. Ucll.Nic. ,AFT many extra, good .ep.Ir..1I 01....... Parts and STARKEFLORIDA
DUDLEY P. HARDY Esq. condition. Phone 964-7457.
accessories. for all
... bedroom cottage,
Pierce & Hardy, P.A. tar....... P"... 964-6142 Itpd 10/27 FARMALL CUB: Mower .y.t..... 404 NW 10th REALTOR PHONE 964.7776

P.O Drawer 1030 .r 964-5065. luhg 10/27 CHEVY DUMP TRUCK front cultivator. fast hitch. Avenue., Gainesville.. Phone
Starke, Florida, 32091 SI,550. Phone 282-4170 or 3767110. tl/chg
1968 C-50
and file the with the FOR BALEALUMINUM run good dump tee at McCarthy's, SR-16.
original SMALL FURNISHED good.. Phone Cardln Bro., Floriland Realty
clerk of the above styled court HOUSE Suitable I.r Individual 964-6750 11200. 10/27 4tchg Itpd 10/27 UTILITY BUILDINGS: All

on or before November 17th, SHEETS .r cenple. Alan 11/17 aluminum prewired recep- 393 Temple Ave
1977' otherwise a judgementmay available. MOO, 2 BR turnlahed GARAGESALEby3 tablei,light. .. switches. lights Starke. Fla.

be 24 5/8"x 36" x.009" er ..,.......... ..a... families, furniture, clothing, tongue and groove floor, Office! 964-7700 Lillian C. PearsonReal
entered for
against you I Phene 964-6560 niter S 1968 CHEVELLEi PS AT. ceramic. mold Friday ..adS.turd.y. delivered and set up.
the relief demanded in the licks 1027HOMES p.m. AC 307 cu. In., Keystone 9 to 5 pjn. 1075 Financing available. ., up to 48 Estate
complaint or petition. .25 Each Classic mag, AM/FM Eastwood Dr. Itchg 10/27 months to pay 60 oiies.. NEED TO SELL
stereo, 8 track. Phone 782- Suzuki of Starke.964-6020 3 BR, 2 Bath, Stucco,
WITNESS hand and the or
: 4; seal of said Court my on October 11, THESE ARE; OFFSET; I Ia 3165. tf/chit' MATERIAL for chicken. 9644021. 5112 tl/chg Home. leee. than 1 yr. old. .wtey Florida

1977. PRINTING PLATES. FOR SALE 1968 PLYMOUTH FURY 4 home curtaina. Not seamedfor Large lot In Lawtey. 782-3808

rod. width availablet BAHIA HAY '
door run good. Phone 782 Any Argentine

of GILBERT Said Court S. BROWN, As. Clerk Unlimited... Amount,. BR FRAME HOUSE .. 1 3366. tf/chg ,jj for 75" width only 12. highly fertilized. phone 964- 3 Frame BR. Near In City.Schools' ., 2. BR.- 3 BRi: .2 Bath CB Ham
r fat llioter..ted.phone 6071. 7/21 tf/chg
aer..f .land In KaJtord.Equity per .
CH&A.closed nice
I By Marian McRae, As Deputy and .....* 912-375-7440 or write to garage
Bradford Printers payment lot, 5 1/4
3 lot., out of Keystone assume percentmtg.
Clerk ol (880. Call Sharon Paulk, P.O. Boa 509 GU SiORSALE. 22'*,
944-4305 35OOO.
) 10 13 4tchg 11/3 Breeker, 415-1610. 10/27 Bailey, Ga. 31513. Itchg 25', and 38 a, sold at DAhmer's with Lake. privilege. -
10/27 Discount. Zoned trailer
2tpd 11/3 Used refrigeraars TF/chg 3 BR frame home, CIt0. .

waahera, .to".. la SALE 9 L1MEROCK' FOR SALE Frame house and 1 acre fenced corner lot I15.IMMI.
good. condition. Phone D...- 411 N. St. Phone 782-3172 after 6
on your lot. A 3 lB. 2 bath to 4 p.m. Clair p.m. 3 BR furnished. mobile
CB with operate LR and mer'. Dlscout, at 9647923. Wo....'* and children'. 7/14 tl/chg OFFICE SPACE FOR
home, with addition" ,
l Notice is hereby given that PROVIDE room, DR area. Located 325 .. tf/chg clothing. shoes, handmadeshawls RENT. __ very
on Monday the 7th day of board. small! alary. to widow Prevatt .... Fellow the ,baby items,etc. Itpd FORSAiEd neat 113.400.

November, at 10 A.M., the .r single. woman m exchange AFFORDABLE HOMES WE BUY satire coei.ats.1 10/27 needle for any stereo over. Business Property on 301. 8.7 acrea- SR 100. !,-

County Commission of Bradford for care el elderly. ..pl.. arrow to thl lecoiktn .r call home*. Ala let aa auction STRAWBERRY PLANTS 247 different ones, wo have 13500.

/ \ County, Florida will hold a public Light II.......... Phone 4734133 I.. detail. 10/27 anything for you. Phone 301 ready for Immediate shipment. them all. DAhmer' Call 964-7700

/hearing in the chambers of the 468-1566 .. write TiUey, 3Uhg" 11/10 AUCTION. 964-6957. Itpd Certified. virus free Discount tfchgWe VernleP.Odom 10.Acres facing SR 230
Commission the first P.O.Bex 1'0.B..t.Itpd 10/27 Reg. Real Estate W dson
County on Tloga, Sequoia, Fresno A both side Road
10/27 also have freezer, Bro"erE..ID..9644416
floor, Bradford County Court 3 BEDROOM HOME and S Lasaon, Shasta. Cruz Hood, new S22.000.
'WE electric stove,and waeher
for sal. ..._ BUY PECANS DAILY Fla. 90', Florldakelle.
house Starke Florida to CLERICAL Accurate aeree by r.
Located 2 mile Ewe olMMdleburg. Walnwrlght A Son. Truckload. delivery or UPS 36.35 Acres 1340'on l'S
consider an application for typlet. with ......1..... elbookkeeping. Stark Phone 964.7923. tf/chg Pearl Andrew.Assoc.
a of the plat of Meet ... able. Priced. to sell Market. and air freight' .....Ic.. 964 7739 301. Term $56,500.
vacating portion -
.... ... TF/Chg Write call lor. free color -
.. 51500. P. 2824684auythn : or
to get along well with PATIO ; ;;
Keystone Estates Unit 1, Plat COVERS 20x20 for Janet. M.Starling
.. 10/27 4tch 11/17 CBteavloc Dean Foster
3 IS records people. Seed complete WANTED TO RENT. A home and mobile home. 782-3896
Book public .
page ...... with salary desired Nurseries, Rt. 2, Hartford LAWTEY AREA
AoridaI e net to winter hea.ybeee.Joseph 199 installed, S159 unlnat -
of Bradford County Phone 616-621-
Mich. 49057. --- -
to P.O. Drawer A, Stark. NEW HOMESi Low .... alle d GATOR
more particularly described as 10/13 Carey. Goodridge, 2419 or at night. phone 6164245423. 2 BR frame home, cam-
: 32091 lUng toaanee, brick 3 BR,2 Bath Minn. 56725. Phone |12181-| Itchg' 10/27 ALUMINLM.: Phone 372- BRASINGTONCadillac pletely furnished loch sew
follows: ........... Koyiton' area, 294-6267 euDect. 10/27 3tpd 9767. 4620 N.W. 13th St., Oldsmobile wisher .. (13.500.
All lots, blocks and streets fOOrLOST. above Keyotone Oak. N. 11/10 RUMMAGE SAFE Friday GalneeviUe, 8/11 tll.,... dryer
shown on the plat of Keystone LOST t deamg ..... Priced from : Sales & Service
I S. --------- SR-22JW
and Saturday,405 Cherry, 20 Acres just oft ,
Estates Unit 1. recorded in Plat (35.000. Adam 9.Ib,.. HIGHEST PRICES PAID 9 a.... to 4 p.... Itpd 10/27 !Fine Selection Of Used fish. pond 2 mobile home

Book 3, page 18 public recordsof S." block peed!.. 473-2056 .r 473-4078. 8/18 for jed etovo and refrlgerater t MOBILE HOME Cars Taken On hook-ups, hog barn

Bradford County Florida toss Lat seen vlemety *l Butler tl/chg *. OLIN'S MOBILE KEROSENE HEATER.Compl.t. 133,500.
and except the following portions I Rd. Named Bob, ......... HOMES SALES 9645606. circulating, PARKINSIDE Cadillac Trades

: IS31 Butler ...., 1644375.Itchg Ppen 7 day a week tf/chg Herman Nettles. Phone 964- 2001 N.W.13378-5301 51.8 Acres Brick home

\ Lot One Block One loIS 10/27 IfaCarradine's 6341. Itpd 10/27 CITY LIMITS GAINESVILLE Cll&A\ 3 BR 2 baths. 2
Walk to Bradford Square fireplaces, beautiful
Seven and Eight Block Four
t: Or Downtown 195400.
and that portion of Hiawatha FOR RENT FURNITURE! Antique pasture
Drive lying East of the Southerly beige dining room suite, -----
for carved heavy .wood glass (30 Per Month 2 Acre Just oil SR-200. B-
projection of the Western MOBILE HOME: 1 BR.12x50. china cabinet large t.bl. AD City Convenlencea m RALPH 13000.

boundary of Lot Eight Block water fernlahed, BOOTSJUSTINWRANGLER 308 S. Thompson St. ...t. ale. (900| complete Fire,Police Protection, ,
Four Keystone Estates Unit 1, Mated *.Sr 23$.Phono (...- bedroom suite with bookcase. City Gaa,Water and BRYAN DAY EVENING..

as shown on the plat thereof 5630.11., 5 .... Itpd 10/27 964-5888 headboard beige. gold trim Sewer RbALTCR WEEKENDS

recorded in Plat Book 3, page 8PECIAL.-WU1 W. (300 living room suite 5S'ece Jo-Lu Motel Real Estate Phone 782-3808
18, public records of Bradford FURNISHED HOUSE with Belt ShoeIStoSt they last contemporary' leung-

County, Florida. 2....._..Phone 964-6410. ) ... *,olive. green, 1375; 964-8810 2117 N.
The location of the above Itpd 1021TRAILER 30 Ib.propane heavy. carved dark walnut Temple
Bog. Wallet* cylinder I22.9S coffee table and matching 964.8788
described property is between ; with I BR, 1 India. Mcoaam. octagon cabinet table 150.

Speedville Road and Indian bath, en C..... Saata Fa CASH CARRY DOCK Must sea te appreciate.. FAULKNER OFFICE OPEN ALL

Lake. ., Shore.. IIU/... pie Ueeeur Home Delivery Phone! 964-6809. Itpd 10/27 E
This application is filed by ...**.t. Phen ....1111. myeweynkuCARRADINES' Cylinder Bulk Cae DAY SATURDAYSUN

Johnson Martin. Ado attorneys Birchfield for the& llpd 1027MOBILE Before LI[ A B.YAPPTMENT; GEORGE Her. Real ROBERTS Estate Broker JR.

Estate of George D. Wood LEATHER SHOP 5 acre and 3 BR frame Phone 964-7826
HOME RtAl.hr
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Lawtay, .
Deceased :3000 Independent 78JJ40OI You Buy A house. Beautiful property ,..North Tmle A e.

Square Jacksonville, Florida SERVICE POLES 2" thru 6" 1268.W.lerSt. rrt In excellent "location only 1 tTARKI.Large .CLOR l:
Starke. ,Florida 1 mfle from St.r.... Fenced i
32202. 10O AMP r------ Mobile 964-5O65 ..nd creas-fesced.. Pecan
copy of the application may We're hero to help Fast Rotary y oak and pine t..... See

examinee! in the Zoning M20" with Realty Imaoemg.J' this seal Priced to ..U at .
EquipmentSTATE 4BR frame house
Office, Bradford County | VERNIE .00011I Drilling Home 3 BR l blth. C/H A A, only $26.700. LR family room, on ace'acre.
Starke, Florida. All AMP Li..... .........* custom drape, carpet, ., just ofl SR 16.
interested are notified to *208" I Broker. a ....(.. | LICENSE See double garage .. 1 1/4 8 acres, a..II.from Stark*: r
... -----
IA ......ere. old howe need. tearing
t and will be heard at 31 N.Temple A ve.' acrea In meet desirablelocation. 301 North, 3 BR LR;
public hearing. p *>iiK> rs e-i IT <.?! I Stark.Flo. II Pumpm John Mealy I...- dew, bat .ha. goad frame ..ou..o ten acre
material. well
WIIKINOS 4411151At Phone:....17GO acaped.Beautilul. aeptle. 12000. tractor sad .q alp..t, .j I I 1
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2tchg 10/27 The WmUm M.rket J New & UsedSalesPartsService
----- 4733775LONGCHAMP 13 Acres estate '
s..... commercial kit M
20 acre and 3 BR frame
with 3 BR, 2 1/2 bath,
house. sad 3 BR doable 301.
large swimming pool
patio, barbecue pit rock wide. Pecan and. oak trees 12 -and-. .3- -BR CB
AUCTION E-Z Terms fenced and. crese-.I..c.. acre
EARN YOUR HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA Home and Building garden, water fall pecan Close In Nrth ol Stark home, with family room 1
I, .................... tree, many ether extra bathe CH/A. West dLawtey
WM sell all from 5
Materials *r acre
Friday 7:30: P.M. BY TAKING THE lED TESTS. PlumbinE' I. -WEBUILD- p.You....'must. see to ap >
... : PH -- ----- *
Station -- have lot, ... ., .. I lI.tllllloo. .hi
1970 Pontiac Your Plans Or Ours .ea. ,,1 noua* .
Featuring t I : Applications For The QED Tests Are New Installation Do you hav. n green lumen sad farm In Brad Saratoga Height.
Travel Trailer Bicycles Your Lot Or Oun thumb? Plant nursery witha lord Clay aid Cafes ---_---..._. _...

Wagon Being Taken At The Bradford Union Remodeling FREE ESTIMATES: reported good Income, cuntie".ui city, country, ,Tw. 20-ocr tract very/!
Furniture Cupola/ Glassware, : ( ha. a sic.2 bath home and. and. waUrlroat.Eveamg r.*.*.*....Just .ff SR III|
Remodeling Repairs. beautiful II........ paved road. '
Paint. Restaurant Area Vocational Technical Repairs and. W.ekexdn.
China Tools, Center.,11e, ;, Additions -- :

Salad Bar '. ................e..eI Homes Bought W. have commercial RALPH: BRYAN-964-620S BR brkVwfthTeath, )IIs
Stainless Steel Deadline Is November 4. 1977. i property .. 34)1) N. A S. r I Realtor tow*.
urrancPUMPS& Sold Traded with ., without building --- -
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Call For Information. -- Bft.I bath.black ..... hi
SUPPLY ACREAGEFORSALE Paul H. Faalkaer' SalesmanMAYNCDOLGLAS. Stark City Limit
Must Bt Sold II R tltorAssociate .
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-- 646593Salesman GEORGE:ROBERTS.,
301 AUCTION From. 1:00: P.M. 11:00: P.M. Aid 864 N. Temple Ave. 9644>853 Irea L. Fauazeer ,. ....Reel.Eelat: Broke

Highway 301 North Of Starkt Fla Nove.b0r 11 Fran 1:30: A.M. 4P.M., llf, Starke Highway SOl South Susan Ev.ssp964.5149 M.BakkeuEvtniHgiH4tlTi. LIST"WITH usWEHLSTLEl: ,Pbo..oN4-TM:

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CHRISTIAN William Schaub (in Crescent Tallahassee, Donny a studentat also attended the Bluegrass died apples and various WEDNESDAY: Cheese THURSDAY Meat FRIDAY Fish
ACADEMY City on Sunday.Senior Broward Business Collegeand Festival in Hiawassa and hada desserts. There will be a cake with macaroni, peanut butter croquettes, fluffy potatoes, grits, mustard portion, coleslaw ,
Hampton Christian Citizens Matthew a 9th grader at marvelous time enjoying walk, country store, a hay sandwich beans fruit blackeyed peas, chocolate banana I
green corn bread
Academy hosted Nassau Mrs. the beautiful ride, and '
Evelyn Vaughan, Plantation High School. Their mountainous many fun booths. jello. milk. cake, milk. milk.
Christian Academy for president of the Hampton grandson, Steve Earnest, was scenery all in full autumnal Tickets are on sale In the
football and volleyball gameson Senior Citizens Club reports a unable to join the family colors. office for the Snoopy Timex
October 21. Hampton was very good time by all because of football
defeated 30-21 in the football persons attending their obligations; however, he was School News Watch and Transistor Radioat fBI1V0( ( ( mIBIi0: (!](
game in which touchdownswere meeting on October 21. Mrs. there In spirit and the family Hampton Elementary 15 cents each. 4th, 5th, 6th;
made on passes by Viola Lefebvee, a new missed him.Following. School looks very much like and 7th graders are outdoing 166 W. Call St Starke 964-6757
Randy Gonzales and Jay member of the club was accompanied the dinner the Halloween with pumpkins, each other selling tickets 'on "
Smith. Mike Meng kicked the by her sister and group all enjoyed the ghosts and autumn scenery the$100 in trade at Winn Dixie ESTABLISHED TO SERVE YOU BETTER SINCE 1940"aBring
3 extra points. The Hampton brother-in-law, Clementine delicious, lovely decoratedcake everywhere! Pupils are and other prizes at $1.00 per Your Next Prescription tree City Wide Delivery Senior Citizen Savings
girls won 2 of the 5 volleyball and Otis Leech from and ticket.. The Friendly Courteous Service
Owen- punch served at the looking forward to the Car student selling the To Koch'a ASave Patient Profile Cards
games. sboro, Kentucky. Rudy Collins home. We wish them nival to be held on school most tickets will have a free
The Academy Boosters Clubis DeWaters and Ressie and many more happy anniversaries grounds Saturday from 5:00: night of fun at the Carnival.
sponsoring a Fall Festival Dolly Jo Dowling gave p.m. until food and booth Last Friday was Teacher
on Saturday, October 29. generous donations to the Mrs. William Bauldree has items are gone.' Planning Day at the school. It KODAK FILM SALE POLAROID 108
Beginning at 4:00: p.m. chili club. Prizes were won at the returned home after spendingsome was also Planting Day for
suppers will be served at the meeting by Mrs. Lefebvre and time with her aunt in Children will be all deckedout Principal Connie Clark who IC11020$1" Thurs. Fri Sat. & Won. FILM '547LISTERINE
price of 60 cents for adults and Mr. Leech. The next meeting Birmingham who is ill. She for the costume contest drove his new tractor to the
40 cents for children. The is scheduled for November 4 was accompanied on the trip and lots of fun. Poster awards school and spent the morning
Festival will also feature a at 2:00: p.m. in the City Hall. by her mother, Mrs. Beatrice went to Lisa Richardson in planting oats in the hopes we ALKA SELTZER YES
haunted house, country store Navy Enlistees Norris of Leesbrug. Kindergarten, First grader will soon have a nice rain anda
and many other booths. The Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Brown Gerald and Tommy Meng Mark Rhoden Sid Russell in green lawn. [ In Foil 36's 127 Oz. 2"|
public is invited to attend. entertained relatives and returned home Monday aftera the second grade, Jody We HaveNaturslim 32 -
WelcomeThe friends at their home on four day trip in North Wadsworth and Kirk Williamsin Lunch Menu VISINE EYEDROPS
community welcomesMr. October 22 at a farewell Georgia. They were accompanied Mrs. Rich's class, Amy Oct.30.Nov. 4 OIL OF OLAY
and Mrs. Michael dinner honoring their son, by Michael Clark in Mrs. Wigglesworth's MONDAY: ; : Corn dog. cole
Brunetti and sons, Clifford Gerald Jr. and Olie Shepherdwho Gissv..and they all visited class and Becky Crawford, a slaw, baked beans peach half, 'ill a OZ 3751
and Micheal who recently have enlisted in the Navy. Philip Brown in Atlanta who sixth grader. cinnamon roll, milk. 30cc 10 & 3O DaySupply
moved from New Jersey to They will be leaving for basic went on with them for a The Carnival will feature TUESDAY t Meat loaf, J&J
Hampton near the EugeneBirt training in Orlando on camping and hiking trip along Hamburgers grilled outdoors, turnip greens, sweet potato
home. November 1. the Appalachia Trail. They ice cream, soft drinks, can- pone, biscuit, milk. CONTAC 20's. BABY POWDER
Welcome, also to David, Mrs. Viola Lefebvre and her
baby son of Linda and Buddy house guests, Mr.: and Mrs. $2" As Advertised 114 1"
Gatlin who arrived on October Otis Leech of Owensboro, Ky. Brooker Oz.
19, weighing 8 Ibs. 6 oz. visited Mr. and Mrs. Eddie NewsThe
Happy Birthday Fitzpatrick and family for
Shirley Ann Williamson was several days in Tampa last by: Jeanette Prescott EARLY BUY FOR CHRISTMAS
honored at a surprise birthday week. Mrs. Fitzpatrick is the Phone 485-1715
party which included a daughter of Mrs. Lefebvre. 1 CASE ASSORTED TIMEX WATCHES 25% OFF REG. PRICE
cookout and beautifully Mr. and Mrs. Edward Saxon MUTUAL BIRTHDAY'SMrs. .THURSDAY : Fried Great Smokey Mountain,
decorated cake given by her enjoyed the recent visit of Inez Green, was Chicken, Gravy on Rice National Park on the Ten HUDSON VITAMINS
mother, Mrs. Neva their daughter, Joy, who is a hostess at her home for a Raisin Cup, Green Peas, Hot nessee side. They spent
Williamson, on October 22. third year student at Pied- Birthday Dinner, honoring, Biscuit.-Milk. Friday night in a motel in
Family and friends wish mont College in Winston Mr. & Mrs. Tommy Cox, ..FRIDAY.: Fish in Cheese Atlanta Ga. going ip. They GERI VITAMLNS S KELP-LECITHIN "I-6" PROTEIN WA'ERSCompare
Shirley Ann a happy 16th Salem. S.C. She was ac- Monday, Oct. 10, Deena Cox, Cole Slaw Fruit Cup, Cornbread Camped in Cosby Camp to Geritol Reg. Price Sole Rich Natural Protein
birthday on October 27. campanied by her friend, made and decorated their Grits.-Milk. Ground. While they were 50'S.......................$219 .34.93-........OO's.........;$3.99 1100's..750 mg.$1.50 I
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Other October birthdayswere Doreen Marr from Bangor, birthday cake. It was her there about 51 inches of snow mmmmmmmmmmmu.ALFALFA 250's..750 mg .S3.55 [
celebrated bv Stenhamp; Maine, who is also a Piedmont second cake. She's taking CARNIVAL: fell the children had a snow MMBIjai
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Williamson who was 8 on the student. cake decorating in 4-H under We wish to make some ball fight. The fall colors were TABLETS LECITHIN
19th. Donnie Brown turned 15 Anniversary the leadership of Mrs. Juanita corrections on the carnival very beautiful. They all had a Natural Vitamins I Reg. Price Sal From
on the 20th, and Ray Cooper Mr. and Mrs. Joe B. Oliver Adams. It was a very joyous reported last week. Instead of very good time.Haunted. I 100's........grain........$3.49 S3.99..........100 mg.........S3.19 Soybeans
celebrated on October 21. were honored Saturday with a occassion. Mr. & Mrs. Cox a $50 gift certificate it's $100 50 mg. Reg. Low Price $2.99 100's..8 grain.$3.09 I
Mrs. Ina Horne returned Golden Anniversary dinner Clelbrated their Anniversary, gift certificate. Also the fish HouseTo VITAMIN B-12 25 mg Reg. Low Price $1.89 250.1..8 grain..........55.89 |
recently from a two weeks' celebration at the Holiday Inn Thursday, Oct. 13. fry starting at 5 p.m. the priceof 100's."......25 mcg............98t mmfmmmmmmmmi
vacation which included visitsto in Starke. Celebrating with School Lunch Menu: the tickets are $2 for adults Be Open Mon. 100's.......J00mcg: ........$2.98 lRONTABLE'rS
the Oliver Murray's in St. them were their daughtersand Oct.31Nov. .4 and $1 for students. If you Monday October 31, is the I jsO's; .......-50 meg.........:52.69 VITAMIN. A 100'SReg 100's.; ........J grain......-...**c I
George, S.C., Mrs. Myrtle family, Mr. and Mrs. .MONDAY: Corn Dogs, haven't offered your help it big day for all of you Trick or | 550's........a00 mcg......56.99 $l.i9..10.000l'flit Prlc ........S1.29wmtmmmmmmmmmm 5.1.l 2SO's........5 gram........$2.3S|
Waterson of Hendersonville Wallace Collins, Mr. and Mrs. Baked Beans, Cabbage Slaw, would be greatly appreciated.Call Treaters and the Junior mmmmmma mmmmmmmmm
N.C., the Robert Barksdale David Earnest and son David Peach Cobbler, Biscuit.-Milk. ; Jim Kendrick, carnival Women's Club would like to Potassium CALCIUM LACTATE
family in Humboldt, Tennessee III, of Venice, "Florida Mrs. TUESDAY: Hamburger chariman or the School office help make it an even bigger 100'S........98.3 mg..52.49 I VITAMIN B CO nl.EX.
the J.W. Home family Lenore Knox and children. Gravy on Mashed Potatoes Help make this the best one event. Reg.i Price Tablets | 250's.........10 gr.In..S2.79

in Gulfbreeze and the R.C. Chris Georgia.and Also Felicia celebratingwith of Atlanta Peanut Butter, or RoastedPeanuts : ever.PERSONALS They will be having their | 100'S.....Magnesium.....500 mg......,...$3.99 $2.69............100's...........$2.09 mm m mmfm
Jello IRON and
Williams family in New Port Green Beans, : annual Haunted House that BEEF
Richey. Ina described fall them was their daughterand Hot Ro11s.-Milk. Mr. & Mrs. Carl Davis, and evening between the hours of ZincVITAMIN 250's Reg. Low Price $5.99 WINE TONIC
scenery beautiful expecially family, Mr. and Mrs. WEDNESDAY: : Spiced children, Gary, Brian, & 6:30: and 9 p.m. at the Boy 100'9..........10 mg.$1.69
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t Raiders Steelers Advance / :'r Girl Volley bailers

\Beat Oak Hall
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In Football
Youth Flag I

j The league leading Raiders Osteen ran 40 yards for a-TD Both teams played scorelessball The second Dolphin score \Lose To PalatkaBradford
) avoided a loss in this past and Francis passed 31 yardsto in the first half, but earlyin came through the air when
week's Youth Flag Football Tom Watson for two second the second half John David Chandler hit Micole Scott witha High girl volley- said Coach Harvey, and the
I action and increased their ad- half Raider TD' to build the Francis p'utthe Raiders on the 5-yard pass for a TD. .., bailers put together the ream looked even better thanin
vantage with a 24-6 win over lead to 240. board with a 12-yard TD run. Chandler added a third score second and third games to the second game. .
the Dolphins in the play A late Dolphin touchdown a The Steelers stopped the try just before halftime on a 10- beat Oak Hall last Thursday In action Tuesday night in
sponsored by the Starke pass from Daren Changler to for the extra point leaving the yard run making the final 190. Oct. 21, but lost two straight the. BHS gym the BHS girls
Recreation Department.The Nancy Grider, made the final Raiders with a 6.0 lead. games Tuesday night Oct. 25 started strong but lost to
I score 246.STEELERS. r to Palatka to gain a split for Palatka In two straight
second place Steelers Late in the game the ..STANDINGSThe the week. games. BHS had the Panthers
held their own, beating the COWBOYS 0 Steelers tied the game when Raiders are in first place witha Against Oak Hall the BUSgirls 12- 4 in the first game but then
Cowboys 13.0 and tieing the Ron Brown carried the ball in 6-1-2 record. The Steelersare >} lost the first game 1513. allowed Palatka to score
Raiders 66. The Dolphins Two first half TD's put the from 4 yards out. The Raiders two games back in the ijQ'a '. "We just couldn't get points through 14,10 straightto
split, winning 13.0 over the Steelers 13.0 over the Cowboysin held firm on the extra point second place at 423. The F-; .. I .., together; we just were not take the win. BUS got the
Cowboys and losing 24.6 to the a game played Monday try though leaving the score Dolphins are third at 3-4-2. '' --., jelling," said Coach Inez serve again, but let it go. No
f Raiders. The Cowboys lost 13- afternoon. locked at 6-6. The Cowboys trail the leagueat ,., Harvey. one was alert, Coach Harvey
o to the Steelers and the Ron Brown ran 10 yards for 171. : BHS won the second game said, the BHS girls allowed the
Dolphins. the first Steeler score and re DOLPHINS 19.COWBOYS 0 15-10 with Eva Peek serving 5 ball to fall between them. ='
turned a punt 28 yards for the SCHEDULE points, Emma Murphy and The BHS performance did
RAIDERS DOLPHINS 8 second. Tommy Jones ran for Daren Chandler scored two Janice Berry serving 4 points not improve in the second
., the extra point.RAIDERS TD's and passed for a third in Yesterday (Wednesday ;! "" each and Betty Hudson and game and Palatka won it 1310 -
John David Francis ran for leading the Dolphins over the Oct. 26)) the two schedule iit, Sandra Barnes each addingone although the score was 8-7
two touchdowns and passed 6-STEELERS Cowboys 19.0 Football games : point on the serve. In the with BHS within one point
for a third TD as the Raiders All of the Dolphin points were the Dolphins vs Steelers second game BHS got it after the BHS girls fought
took the Dolphins 24-6 in The Steelers had a chance came in the first half. The first and Raiders vs Cowboys. together and hustled more back one time in the second
Monday's play. Wednesday, Oct. 19, to cut the score came on a 32-yard run Monday afternoon, Oct. 31, the Betty Jean Hudson goes high over the net for a spike against than in the first game, Coach game. BHS serving lacked
I, t Francis ran 8 and 21 yards Raider lead in the youth flag by Chandler for a TD. Nancy Raiders and Steelers will playat Palatka. The Panthers avenged an earlier loss to BIIS by takingthe Harvey said. consistency in the second
to give the Raiders 12-0 half- league but came out with a 6-6 Grider ran for the PAT 3:30: p.m. and the Cowboysand match In two straight games. BHS took the match win game and the girl's didn't play
; time advantage. Richie tie instead. making the score 70. Dolphins at 4:30: p.m. with a 15-7 win in the third their positions, Coach Harvey
game. Emma Murphy served said. I
eight straight points before BHS travels to Macclenny

I: Tigers Take Possession Of Lead In Boy's Flag Playrunning served giving Barnes up two and the points Eva serve.Peek and Sandra Betty each the today match.final to The meet regular district Baker matchesare High season in

Jean Hudson and Terri next Friday, Nov. 4, in
The Tigers moved into sole lifted the Tigers 18-0 over the scoring in the second. Griffisran Tigers Bulldogs! 0 for two TDs and Chuck Johnson to Raymond Parrish one each. Palatka. BHS plays Palatkaat
I! possession of first place in Bulldogs. for the two point con- throwing an extra point passto Trainor pass. Billy Aaron ran Betty Jean got a number of 6 p.m. with the winner
Boy's Flag Football action version to bring the Bulldogsto The Tigers used a stiff defense Eddie Thompkins to make for the PAT to make the score good spikes in the third game. playing for the championship;
sponsored by the Starke Chuck Johnson passed for 813. and the running and the score; 13-0. 33-24. ;..
Recreation Department by the two touchdowns and The Gators came back to passing of Chuck Johnson to Billy Aaron got the Tigerson
whipping the former league Randy Balckom caught score on an eight yard pass score a 20-0 win over the the board in a hurry when JV Gridders Lose 20-14 To Vanguard: 'II
he returned the kick-off 38
leading Gators who split with Bulldog John David Francis from Steve Griffis to Eddie Bulldogs. '
the last place Bulldogs in behind the goal line for a safety Thompkins and Griffis ran for yards for a score. Chuck Ocala Vanguard won a 20-14 aggressive," Coach Hartley solid the coach said, naming},
Tuesday's play. Johnson threw 25 yards to the two point PAT to make it Johnson scored the first and Johnson ran for the PAT to junior varsity football victoryover said. BUS moved the football middle guard Randy:
Billy Aaron for one TD and 35 21-8 and things looked bad for only TD of the first half on a make the score 138. Bradford High here last up and down the field. The Thompson, tackles Frank
The Tigers are 84. The yards to Eddie McGee for the the Bulldogs.But 39-yard run to give the Tigersa Just before halftime Steve Thursday, Oct. 20, in a game Baby Tornadoes would gain 15 Swindell and Kevin Reddish,;.
Tuesday split dropped the other. the Bulldogs came on to 6-0 lead at halftime. Griffis hit Eddie Thompkinswith which saw Tornado mistakes yards then lose it back on a and linebackers Timmy Jones'
Gators to 7-5 one game out. Randy Balkcom and score two more touchdownsand Johnson got things going in a 20-yard pass for a TD. prevent movement of the foot penalty. and Mark Jones for their;:
The Bulldogs also split, giving Tommy Crosby each ran for a take the game. Duane the second half hitting Curtis Griffis ran for the PAT and aggressive play :
them a 3.9 record. two point conversion. Searle passed to Doug Glover Griffin with an 18-yard the Gators enjoyed a 21-8 leadat ball.Phillip Sawyer scored both "We scored 14 points and The Baby Tornadoes will'
The Gators get a chance to and Jeff Taylor ran for two scoring pass. Johnson ran for halftime. Tornado touchdowns on runs felt it should have been 30," play host to Gainesville East-:
catch up with the Tigers today Bulldogs 24 -Gators 21 points to bring the Bulldogs the PAT to make the score 14- Griffis was on the receivingend of 2 and 17 yards. Dwayne Hartley said.Defensively. side tonight (Thursday, Oct
(Thursday, Oct. 27)) when they within five at 2116. Searle 0. of a 35-yard Chub Johnson McBride ran for a two point Vanguard hurt 27)) at 7 p.m. on Bradford Fieldin
meet the Gators in a 4:30: p.m. In the first game Tuesdaythe then ran for a touchdown and The Johnson to Griffin pass for the Gators next score, conversion. the Tornadoes at the ends. the final home game of the.
game at Pratt Street Play Bulldogs came on strong Andy Griffis added two more combination clicked again giving them a 27.8 lead. Coach Mike Hartley had BHS ends and cornerbacksare season for the junior varsity.
ground. The Gators and Bull- in the second half to overcomea points to make it 24-21 this time on an 8-yard pass to The Tigers Chuck Johnson praise for Sawyer and not stepping up and
dogs meet at 3:30: p.m. today. 13-0 halftime disadvantageand Bulldogs at game's end. score: the Tigers final TD. passed to Eddie McGee for a quarterback Timmy Jones. meeting the interference. Eastside Is 2.4 on the season
Next Tuesday, Nov. i I. the edge the second place The early Gator scores TD and then ran for the con- Tight end Ronald Mathews Coach Hartley said. Instead but upset Gainesville\ :
Tigers; and Gators play the Gators 24.21.Three came on a 35 yard run by Gators-Titters 24 version to make the score 27- caught several quick passes they would play off the Inter- Buchholz 15-14 last week. The:
first game and the Tigers and touchdowns Steve Griffis and a 14 yard 16.The and blocked well, Coach ference and by the time they Baby Rams throw the football;
Bulldogs will play the second. augmented by three two point pass from Griffis to Eddie The Gators grabbed sole Gators wouldn't quit Hartley noted. The coach also got to the ball carrier he wouldbe and the BHS defensive"
conversion runs did the trick Thompkins. Thompkins possession of first place by though with Steve Griffis praised the blocking of guard 10 yards downfield. The secondary has its work cut'
Tigers 18-Bulldogs 0 for the Bulldogs. Andy Griffisran passed to Andrew Pattersonfor scoring a 33-24 win over the passing 20 yards to Eddie Jay Griffis tackle Randy ends and co-nerbacks were out, Coach Hartley notes..
eight yards for the first the extra point on the Tigers. Thompkins for a TD makingthe Thompson and center Al getting cau .ht inside the Eastside has a wide receiver,'
Two second half touchdowns Bulldog TD to open the second; TD. The Gators jumped into a score 3316. Chapman. coach said. number 24, who can streak
quick lead with Steve Griffis Final Tiger score came on a "Over-all the offense was The inside E HS defense was Hartley says.

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Kitchen's Tile, Badcock Win Sunday ; Bradford Printer Bradford Printers Bradford Printers


Deadlocked For Men's Flag Lead !

Kitchen's Tile and Badcock Belote ran 60 yards for one LWCI 13-C. Boys 0 ..
Furniture continue to be touchdown. He passed 20 E "UHC
deadlocked for the league in yards and five yards to Ron Scott passed 10 yards to When g [
Men's Flag Football spon- Tommy Reddish for two TD'sin Quarterman and ran 40 yardsfor
sored by the Starke the second half. a second touchdown as ..QM
Recreation Department both LWCI wnt 13.0 by the Country
with 6-1 records through Badcock 19-Merchants: 7 Boys.
Sunday's play.Kitchen's Wesley Sheffield intercepted Gardner passed to Davis for Done !:
bombed Draw a pass and returnedit the LWCI extra point.Schedule .
Tite 45-12 Sunday. Badcock 30 yards for one touchdownand --
went 19-7 by the Merchants. ran 10 yards for a secondTD ..
Lawtey Correctional In- to lead Badcock Furnitureto \Men's Flag Football action 1: t
stitution (LWCI) shut out the a 19-7 win over the Mer will resume Sunday afternoon Come To The
Country Boys 130.K. chants. Oct. 30, when the ;f
Tile 45-I; )> ,Tite -
ra" 12 Quarterback John Watson Country Boys and Badcock
Charlie Green passed for started Badcock scoring witha Furniture meet in the first of -a
four touchdowns and an extra five yard pass to Bill Ratlifffor three games at 12:45: p m. O
point and Billy Belote ran for a 6.0 lead. Sheffield's interception LWCI and Kitchen's Tile playat
one TD and threw for two return and Wat 2:15: p.m. and Draw Tite i RRDFORDPRINTERS
more as the two ex-Bradford son's extra point pass to J.J. and the Merchants meet at
High< quarterbacks led Wheeler made it 13-0. 3:30: p.m.
B.jdcock15.12 by the Draw- Tom Paladino passed 15 Standings
Tite boys. yards to Jay Godwin for the 3-
Green has passes of 13 only Merchant touchdown League standings: 1 and 2
yards to Belote four yards to cutting the Badcock lead to 13- tie: Badcock Furniture and
Emmett Bright five yards to 7 after Paladmo's extra point Kitchen's Tile, 6-1; 3)) Draw j
Belote and 15 yards to Wayne pass to Earl Muse. Tite 4-3: 4 and 5)) Merchantsand
Teston to lead Kitchens to a Sheffield's 10 yard TD run LWCI. 2-5: 6) Country
27.12 first half advantage. sealed the win for Badcock. Boys 16. -

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I Cowbys Drop 3 Pop Warner Games I .-..

Starke's Pop Warner foot- Frountfelter 5, Leroy Griffis Thornton had 20 yards .. .
ballers suffered through 4; Shannon King Jody Griffis rushing. DeSue had runs of 6 0.'L'
another loss Saturday but Tony Diggs and John Odom and 7 yards and recovered a y :
league representatives say each had 2 tackles and Sam fumble. _
their first year players are Griffis Richie Fender, Kevin Darly Thornton led the ; : BUSINESS CARDS
improving every game have Griffis. Eric Lane Billy Cowboys with tackles Ricky \J .
determination, and just may Jackson. Keith Gillmgham Sullivan had 5, Calvin Hamm .
pick\ up a win anytime.The and Shawn Struthers one 4. Michael DeSue, Gerald b
Pee Wee Cowboys lost each. Goodman and David Sapp ;f [
27-16 to the Keystone Rebels, each had 3 tackles Randall LETTERHEADS
the Junior Midget Cowboyswere Jr. :Midgets 8.GC Bucs 37 Melvin 2, and Todd Jackson. ...
bombed 37-6 by the Jimmy Diggs Barry King and -a- ..
Green Cove Bucs and the Scott Hudson gained 132 Terry Thompson one each. .. -
:Midget Cowboys went down yards to top the Starke team's : ) : a fns / INVOICES ..
B4-0 before the Green Cove effort as the Junior Midget SCHEDULE :
Eagles. Cowbovs took a 37-6 pounding o --
from the Green Cove Bucs. This Saturday, Oct. 29. one -
Pee Vt re's 16 Kll Rebels 27 Kenny Davis gained 35 game will be played at the t oU
yards rushing and Vince Fairgrounds in Starke when FORMS !
Keystone won its home- Culverson five yards. Scott the Pee Wee teams the Starke ..h
coming handily over the Hudson completed a pass to Cowboys and the Middleburg .
Starke Cowboys but yielded John Bennett for 10 yards. Dolphins meet at 4 p m. The .. ..\ 4c
Sat( yards in offense to the "We're playing hard this Starke junior midget Cowboysmeet ; ))1 _
Starke team. year and we're still learning," the Orange Park BOOKLETS i-
Eric Lane gained 156 yardsin says Coach David Bennett, Mustangs at 1:30: p.m. *
10 carries. Rick Welch, in a who says he sees a lot of kids Saturday in Orange Park. The a, t-
new spot at running back around who could come out Starke midget Cowboys play .Q v ll -
picked up 63 yards I in five and help Starke win. the Orange Park Rams at 3 J
carries. "We're going tu have a team p m. in Orange Park. NEWSPAPERS ;
Eric Lane played a fantastic next year and if any boys are *
game said Coach Robbie interested who aren't playingthis Check The r I
Smith Several times Lane refused year they are invited to Buggy -
to be pulled! down come watch practice and see
even though he had three or what it's all about," Bennett Before Taking It

four guys hanging on. says. Out Of Mothballs I BROCHURESt
Richie Fender, though injured
passed five times and Green. Cove 8-, -Midgets 0 Hunters who are taking
completed four for 60 yards. their buggies out of mothballsfor
One pass to Tony Diggs was Starke's Midget Cowboys all the new season should 3Ps
good for a first down. The did the best they could againsta check them for mechanical Quality Printing In ,1
center was snapped to Fenderfor team that was too good for defects before getting out on ,
a punt but Fender threw a them. Coach Ronnie the highways says the ,
pass to Diggs for 15 yards. Tomlinson said of Green Florida Highway Patrol. 'dA Ji \
Fender also threw a 17 yard Cove's defending state "Many hunters have special ..
first down pass to Andy Chaffin champions who belted the. vehicles that have been modi- ., : -:'
the third period. Cowboys 64-0. fied for use in rough terrain :i Bradford County For 98 Years I
Even though the Starke Pee. "They're getting good while others use old cars and
Wee's lost to KH Spotter Tom experience playing against small trucks,"says Colonel -
Jackson said the boys look like tough teams" Coach Eldrldge Beach, director of M
football players, improving as Tomlinson said.Offensive the Patrol. rJI1
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