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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 3, 1977
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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courses to instruct American Carter requesting that a Americans aware of the 50 percent of the population in
citizens in methods of coping debate be held before the dangers of nuclear attack. that country has had shelters i
with nuclear attack was President on the merits of They warned that information available in case of i'tgV.ap54.! I
emphasized Nobel by Dr Eugene p, efforts to update the U.S. civil could not be conveyed quickly emergency.The S !f
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planning of the learning protection a magazine published six
Journal of Civil population stands to
Defense held procedures times a year and edited by
Saturday in Starke.Dr. have losses up to 45 percent in Walter Murphry of Crystal

event of situation.nuclear attack In a Lake, with offices in the North :Sweetest' Strawberries This Side of Heaven. :i ;

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Without discussion Starke Casey over the continued fencing and the addition of two i iI
commissioners 3-2 aIOUO trash behind the Vo-Tech. security guards it will be
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$15,000 for police chief Jimmy Streets. agreed to keep in touch with' 1!,l
N4 Bowen during regular session the Bradford County Con !
Tuesday Nov. 1.Bowen's No action was taken on a cerned Citizens about fire ,
4 suggestion by Warren that the prevention. '
raise
Tw last week after was postponed city post $500 reward for the Pierce reported to the' !
mayor. arrest and conviction of commission that easement
a commissioner Harold Epps anyone setting fire to RJE papers to widen Geiger Road
cast the deciding vote joining school Police chief Bowen and for the installation of gas lines
Wilbur Waters 'and Joe
fire chief Eldon Sapp said with were progressing satis-"
Warren in the boost.
pay Epps the renovation of the school factorily.
later remembered he had

been told by his attorney not to
vote on police funding becauseof
a conflict of interest. City
attorney George Pierce, Police Probing
present for the Tuesday night ,

meeting, said it was not a con-
flict of interest even though
Bpps': brother is a Starke

policeman.Commissioners. Vernon Narcotics Theft

Silo'ix and Charles: Schaefer
again voted against the raise
from U.ooa to ,,$15,000. In
prior budget sessions the From Drug StoreStarke

chief's salary had been upped -
from last year's 12105. The
police chief's salary has been police are still in- they were asked to place this '
increased a total of $2,895 this vestigating the burglary of money in their checking account -
v *"" Koch's Drug Store which to catch' a computer

-"-Alse'flrdved'unenlmuuslywas '...f. occurred Oct. 29?in wrycb. a error. They were told in order
a motion by Waters and large quantity of narcotics not to lose interest on tnelr' '

seconded by Warren to pay were taken. savings and a police officer
the CETA(: police officers the City police said the burglary would meet them after they
nccurred sometime after the cashed a check and put it back
I This Race With The Weather Was Won Sunday At TheressaHay same as court regular time city compensation policemen close of business Friday, and 8 into the savings account. The

under union contract. All a.m. Saturday Oct. 29. Entry phony police officer made off
police officers will be com was gained by cutting a hole in with the money said police.
farming is always a race with the rain. So it was Sunday at Theressa with cut with a haybine which placed it in a compact row narrow enough to be pickedup pensated by hours rather than the roof, said police. Starke

veteran hay farmer Clyde Hall above right, as he and partner J.R. Raulerson by the wide mouthed Massey-Ferguson baler. $5 for each court appearance.In investigator George
Hall's field at Theressa, above, usually produced about twice the amount of Tomasovitch said the
worked steadily to finish bailing a Coastal Bermuda field on SR-18 street
hay that it did this year because of the dry weather. However if the cold winter other business Water value of the narcotics has not Cllr mOWn (Cripr!!

Hall and Raulerson put up around 20,000 bales per year for sales to livestock that is predicted actually materializes the price of the scarce hay crop could be read a letter from Holiday Inn been determined. '" !

owners. Going price is $1.75 per bale, which averages 40-50 pounds. The pair driven up. manager Bill Roberts com Tomasovitch said a move is
also custom bales hay for farmers who do not have a hay baler of their own. Hall, now 71, is planning to cut down his custom baling operation next year mending police officers underway in the Jacksonvillearea
Price for custom ba ling is 50 cents per bale left in the field, or 75 cents per bale and just handle his own acreage. He does little other farming, just a little corn Jimmy Epps and Julius Irving by the State Pharmaceutical
into a barn. and vegetable garden. for quick response Oct. 15 to a Board for a heavily
put Hal I has some 40 acres of permanent hay fields and Raulerson 30 acres. They Using baler borrowed from neighbor Hank Kyle, Hall got his hay in Sunday restaurant customer who had ,guarded: central distribution
were late working Hall's field because when they should have been cutting it without getting it wet. Next fall Kyle hopes to get into the custom baling gotten food lodged in his point There would be a short
they were custom baling around Hampton. business. The veteran farmer Hall told Kyle that with the price of equipmentnow throat. Roberts said the action delay in distribution to a
Kaulerson above on tractor is baling hay that has never been raked but was days tha he wouldn't go into the business if he was not already in it. by (Epps; probably saved theman's customer until a drug could be
life. gotten from a central ware
Alter an appearance by house, but law enforcement Thursday Nov. 3
county property appraiser people think the advantages of
Tonight At WhirlBHS Jimmy Alvarez com fewer burglaries and daytime Tornado Whirl
missioners directed city clerk armed robberies to obtain BHS Stadium
:Merrill Edwards to work with narcotics would outweigh any 7:30p.m.:
the appraiser in obtaining inconvenience said
copies of city building permitsfor Tomasovitch.

Homecoming Rites To Start assessment purposes or Starke police also arrested Friday Nov. 4
new construction. Monday, Oct. 31, three
Alvarez said he had spoke Daytona Beach men for reckless Homecoming Parade
with Edwards and had been display of firearms and 1 p.m.Football .
by :Mark Box Jim Young; French Club, unable to work out a satis- carrying concealed weapons.
HI IS Student Journalist Cecilia Infante, Peter Henry; factory arrangement and his Arrested were Ricky Tyson, Game

A queen, the queen's! court, ..ea Science Club, Michelle office was several months 19, Raymond Tyson 18, and 8p.m.Jr. .
skits, and floats are all part of 1 < ullion, Billy Hicks; Spanish behind on the permits. Ronnie James Brown, 18. A

1 Bradford High School's homecoming 4J K Club, Maria Castaneda, Edwards said making juvenile was also involved in Class Dance
r Handy Andrews; Interact the and turned to the
festivities beginning r copies for the county was case over New Armory
Elaine David Carter
Thursday. l\ov.3ut 7:30.,: with r X .5 ra OCT. Evelyn Cauley. Griffis.. Mike; added expenses to the city and Division of Youth Services. After Game
lea. The trio booked into
Tornado'Whirl. were
Kutch; Future Farmers of he was not in favor of letting
The ear's contestants, y city books be removed from the county jail and bonded out
Jr. Sheila
selected by the senior class C. 4. :: America Chapter the city hall. Silcox said there Tuesday. Police confiscated a Saturday Nov. 5
j ? Starling Butch (o'aulkner.IlistOl'y .
and'Oll'li' on by the entire was no need for squabblingand .22-caliber pellet pistol, a .30
Club Debra Kramer,
student body are: the tax revenue from the caliber rifle, a 12-inch butcher Turkey Shoot
Phyllis ('onh'ears, granddaughter s Clay Gilhooly. Disco Tum- new construction benefitedthe knife and an 8-inch sharpened 1 Mile N,of Lawtey
blerettes, Joanne Hall Chris
'ra screwdriver.
ofh's.!\ Ollie 1 city.In Lawtey Dixie
Brew ton of Starke. is aml'lI1bl'I' + wr King Jr. ROTC Jody Atchison other action the com- Officer Jimmy Epps League Assoc.
Mike Andrews FFASr
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; to a call from
of the Civinettes o mission approved the responded
likes to read swim, and Chapter, Beth Hamilton. recommendation of the bond Norman's Produce Market, Chicken Bar.BQFairgrounds
participate in arts and crafts. Everett Hayes; Art Club trustees to implement federal but by the time police arrivedthe S p.m.
Phyllis is a member of her '- Robin Hodges Buddy gUidelines The trustees youths had gone to the Pop Warner Assoc.
f church choir and she plans to Williams; and Camera Club, recommended an accurate BUS campus where they were

attend college and major in ei ., Tasha Livingston Mike inventory be kept a record of arrested. The four were "
i I accounting. + \ Kitchens. labor performed and an alloc visiting relatives in Starke. Monday Nov: 7
Karen Crawford, daughterof Homecoming parade will ation of overhead properly Starke police said they also
!Mr.\ and Mrs. Neil Crawfordof start at I p.m. Friday at the chargeable to the utility received a notice of a bank County Commission
j SH-lojusl west of Starke. is intersection of Washingtonand examiner swindle that occurred 1:30 am.
Club Sweethearts for Bradford system.Edwards
High School who will take part In Thursday's Tornado
; a member of Civinettes and Homecoming festivities US301Parade read a letter from in Ocala Tuesday
are (l-rt) I
her church choir, likes to fish Police said a couple lost a Council
) Lawtey
Back row' ": FFASr. marshal for this the Public Service Com
Chapter, Beth Hamilton: FFA Jr. Chapter Sheila Starling; Fellowship of
of from
and works at the Florida Christian Athletes Dora Tries; Drama Club. Tammy Baldree; Spanish Club :Maria Castaneda; year will be Warney Adkin- mission c iPSC) asking for large amount money after 7:30p.m.
their account
Theater. Karen wants to Jr. Civitan Club Diane Crews: Science Club. Michelle Gullion.i. son. Adkinson said that the information about the local savings
become a legal secretary, parade will include floats utility system. Pierce was Elksand Elkettei
Cathy Kutch. daughter of Front row' : Art Club Robin Hodges; Jr. ROTC. Jody Atchison; Disco Tumbleretles. Joanne from each class and school directed to furnish the information Or. Starke Lodge 110
Mr, and Mrs. Mack Futch of ; French Club Cecilia Infante; FII.A. Patty Qulette. clubs. on the city's rate Spooks .. Dinner 7p.m.Meeting .

j Rt. 2, Starke, is a Civinette. Not pictured are: I Interact Elaine Cauley; History Club Debra Kramer; DCT. Eely Griffis, Also included in the parade structure but with a protest. Was it or irate I p.m..
spooks
plays tennis, likes to water and Camera Club Tasha Livingston.kept will be the Starke police, Pierce said the extra expenseof -
t ski, and wants to be a child Bradford Sheriff's complying with PSC taxpayers?
psychologist.Brenda secret until Thursday presented at t the Tornado and cheers led by the cheer Department County, the color guard, regulation will put the city Whatever the source, the Tuesday Nov.
Prevatt.daughter of night when the queen will be Whirl. leaders. of new Bradford County court
fire truck and the BUS band owned utility plant "out
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Prevatt crowned. The other girls will Charles E Francis, principal Class princesses will also be and a chorus. business." Pierce said the house was the target Monday Brooker 7:30 p.m.

of Rt. 2, Starke is a memberof be her court. is in charge of the presented at Whirl. Judges for the floats will be legislature is currently night for an egg-splattering
Zack last year's Homecoming festivities, and They are Melissa Mayo and on seven groundleveldoors
Civinettes likes to play Gwen Carl Clark, assistant principalfor studying a repeal of putting Beige Hampton p.m.
golf, and wants to attend Homecoming Queen, will said judges for the skits will Denise Cobb. freshman class; the V'o. Tech. municipally owned utilities that kept custodian ., .
chosen for be Scott, and : Cissy Herbert Norman and his rY J
Florida State University crown the queen Jimmy of Titanium Phyllis Sharpe Virginia Santangini, coordinator for under the jurisdiction of the
Brenda plans to go into some this year's festivities.The Corp.; Kathy Struth, secre- Crawford sophomore class: Title One Program and Eddie PSC before a. 1980 deadline. helpers busy cleaning up for Thursday Nov 10
type of social work tary of Chamber of Commerce Lynn Barber 'and Harriet several hours Tuesday
Kathy Taylor, daughter of crown bearer will 'be and tentively Cheryl Hamm junior class. Club Douglas business manager In other business a committee morning. Bradford County "
Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Taylor of Glen Michael Anders, son of Godwin Starke Recreation sweethearts .will also be The queen and her court will of Schaefer Edwardsand Norman blames the prankon Public Library Bel: :.l"J.
Starke is a member of the Mrs. Gwendolyn Anders of Director, Francis also said presented at the Whirl. also be presented Friday night Waters will work on a job "spooks" since the court. 3p.m.Stye .
Senior National Honor, Lawtey. The crown will be Jessie Moore, principal of Club sweethearts and at halftime of the home description for the position of house has been bombarded in ''I'
Society, the BITS Chorus, donated by Williams Jewelryof Bradford Middle School will escorts are Drama Club. coming game The Tornadoes city administrator approvedin similar fashion on Halloweenfor I
sings: and plays piano in the Starke. be this year's master'' of Tammy Baldree, Wade -Macclenny!\ Wildcats. the 1977-78 budget. The the past several years. BUS pop ensemble and is a This year's theme, "With ceremonies. ._ Winkler; Fellowship of After the game a Homecoming salary range will be between However, at recent tax- dammunitu .
member of the BHS student Mickey. Minnie And The Rest Also to be featured at this Christian Athletes, Dora dance will be held at $12.000 $13,000 depending on increase hearing, numbers of 'tut'ank, I Icc
council. Kathy wants to work Of The Gang: The TornadoesWill year's Tornado Whirl will be Triest, Bobby Smith; Jr the new armory on Edwards qualifications.The taxpayers were angry enoughto -
with children"after Hang The Cats In selections by the Bradford Civitan, Diane Crews T.J. Road from 10 p.m. until 12:30: street committee was Indulge in a bit of egg- WKH M graduation.The Shame," will be carried out in High School band, a performance Carver; Future Homemakersof a m. The band is Trix. Ticketsare asked to get in touch with throwing or maybe they T*$11,111 lyp.d.rai J
queen's name will be the skits that are to be by the majorettes, America. Pattv Quint $2 stag and $3 drag. school superintendent Tom had rather use rocks. D.ynn i.l.e.xts C.ra. pe



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Bradford County -Captured' Halloween Spirit



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Gators Regain Lead In ,Boys Flag LeagueThe



Gators picked up two Griffis hit Eddie Thompkins ran for the other Gator con set up the final Gator score
wins over the Tigers and three with 14-yardTD pass to open Caters 27-Bulldogs! 19 version with another interception. COLD -1ct1II
for the week,to recapture first the second half upping the The Gators came back from Jeff Taylor returned a kick Gary Perry carried the ball in
place In I the Boys Flag score to 18-8 In favor of the a one point deficient at halftime 50 yards for the only BulldogTD for the TD.Richard .
Football League sponsored by Gators. to score two TD's and of the second half. Stitt scored the WEATHER
the Starke Recreation Depart- The Tigers managed to take a 27-19 win over the Tigers only TD of the second '
ment. come back and cut the lead to Bulldogs. half on a one yard run.
After having or sharing the two points, 18-16, when The Bulldogs took an early Gators 34-Tigers 14
lead since the opening week of Johnson hit Raymond Trainor 7-0 lead when Duane Searle hit The Gators scored three SCHEDULE:
play the Gators dropped a with a 14-yard TD pass and Mike Waters with a 40-yard second half touchdowns to Today (Thursday, Nov. 3))
game last week and fell out of Tommy Crosby ran for the pass for a TD. Searle passedto swamp the Tigers 3414. the Bulldogs face the Tigers in
first place. The two wins over two point conversion. Waters for the PAT. Steve Griffis hit Scott Allen the first game and then meet ,
the Tigers this week put the Scott Allen kept the Gaotrs with a IS-yard TD pass to open the Gators in the second
Gators back in the drivers Griffis added the final Gator close when he scored on a 2- the Gator scoring attack and contest. On Tuesday, Nov. 8,
seat touchdown when he hit Bobby yard run to make the score 7- later in the half Griffis found the Gators meet the Tigers in
Epps with a IS-yard pass to Allen again for a 35-yard TD. the opener and the Bulldogs\ Free
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make the final score 2416. Bulldogs got their Adrew Patterson ran for a face the Gator in the second Delivery
Gators 24-Tigers 16 second TD on a Stephen Spell Gator PAT. game. -
Steve Griffis threw three TD pass to Searle to grab a 13-6 The Tigers only score of the ,
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passes Tuesday and Scott lead. Allen brought the Gators half came on a 15-yard run by Buy Save
Allen returned the opening Tigers 6-Bulldogs 2 back to within one point, 13-12, Chuck Johnson. Johnson ran THE BRADFORD
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kickoff for a score to lead the The last place Bulldogs when he intercepted a pass for the PAT and the score COUNTY TELEGRAPH: :
Gators past the Tigers 2416. gave the Tigers a tough timein and ran it 45 yards for a TD. stood at 148.,
Allen's TD gave the Gatorsa Tuesday's second game but Steve Griffis hit Scott Allen The Griffis to Allen combination '' Published every Thursdayat
6-0 lead and Griffis In- the Tigers scored a last with TD passes of 20 and 35 clicked again on an 8- 13S W.Call Street I
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Last Minute TouchdoWn GiVes BHS 12-7 Victory



Marvin Tyson refused to go when BUS got the ball back BHS is now 2-0 in district play. four1'yards QB Norman over offsides on second down and ---- -- -- --
down and broke two tackles to with Palatka up 76. Tornadoes must still meet threw wideout Richard Milner' that stopped''the'drive. The
force his way five yards Into Sticking to the ground BUS and beat St. Augustine to wina in the flat on second down. On two teams exchanged the M1
the endzone with 41 seconds state play-off berth, third down Norman faked to football four more tImes, BHS
left in the game for a 12-7 used Tyson, Esau Bright, however. Tyson on the dive and kept for fumbling on and 'again on 1
Bradford High gridiron win Doug Reddish and QB Nor. Palatka dropped to 3-4 with along yards and a BUS first another Hull sacking of QB
over the "new" Palatka man to dig out yardage the loss. down at the Palatka 20. Norman before Palatka's TD.
Panthers. through the big Panther Bright took the pitch off the' Palatka was stymied on one
It was a vital district win for eleven. It was Tyson, with his STATISTICS triple option around left and series by a five yard off sides ,
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Bradford High. cat quickness, who could take ails t PalltlMFlritOownt IRuthnYirdi on the first down play and penalty and a fumble which
Nursing a 6-0 lead through advantage of the. holes 47-175 44 n Palatka's Mike Lloyd had to quarterback Greg Leary
most of the game, the Tornadoes opened by the Tornado line. Yards. Patting' 0 sPA / get up off the ground after recovered by lost three yards.
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suddenly found BUS forced the football PC-PI .e-' 10HPumbltiLHl being blocked down by On their second possession the
4-1 S-S
themselves down before right up the Palatka middle. .. Panthers could not
7.6 pn m'>.Y>rtfi 7 s S41 Stanley Williams to make the simply geta
hometown fans last Friday Bright got two yards at right Scoring. 5'JO 3-14; top at the 13 yard line. On first down through the tough
night, after Palatka's Kevin guard. Then the cat-quick summary- second down Bright was Tornado defense.
Edwards capped a 38 yard TD Tyson burst over left tackle 1)) BUS- Norman, 13 run. cold at left tackle by After the 6 yard BHS punt 4
drive with a five yard touch and sped toward the left EP-smap for kick failed. stop Palatka line. and the first Tyson fumble "
down run on the first play of sideline for a 14 yard gain anda 2)Palalka-) Edwards, 5 yardrun. On third down from the 13, Palatka had the football at the
the second period. Edwards big first down at the Palatka EP-Edwards, kick good. QB Norman faked the tackle BHS 43 with a first down very 1 1i
then added a strongly kicked 20.Doug 3)BHS-) Tyson, 5 yard run. dive and kept around the left good field position.Though the r
extra point to put Palatka up Reddish hit a big pile EP-snap failed for kick. side,Norman pulled through a Panthers couldn't make a first
76. But BHS fought back up at right guard and got but Score by Quarters: tackle attempt by the Panther down, they did get eight yardsin
strongly donminated the two yards. Next Tyson BUS 6,0,0,6-12 cornerback and went into the. three downs to the BUS 359
fourth period, and scored the running a delay against the Pal. 0,0,0,7-7 endzone for ,the score. The QB Leary's 29 yard punt was
winning touchdown.The ground slanted over the BHS snap from center was downed at the BHS six yard
Tornado offense had right tackle for 10 yards and Tyson was Friday's leading mishandled on the extra point
been ineffectual in the second another big first down at the ground gainer, with 89 yardsin try. BUS 'led 6-0 with 9:28: line.BHS failed to dig'out a .
half. A six yard punt and a Palatka 71s yard line. Reddish 16 carries an 8.6 yard remaining in the first period. needed first down to move the
Tyson fumMe, the first of two, then went over left tackle on average. QB Norman had 56 That lead stood up ,until football out of danger. Red-
put BHS in bad field position the dive for two big yards to yards in 12 carries one of his Palatka's touchdown on the dish got five yards on first
thus setting up the short the five setting up Tyson'srun. best nights of the season. first play of the fourth down and Bright two yards on ,
touchdown. drive by the QB Norman faced the Bright had 24 yards in 7 quarter.Palatka. second down. But QB Norman
Panthers. tackle dive and kept on second carries and Reddish 16.yardsin drove out two first lost two yards on a third and i :,;.; .... .', '- -.' ...s.
"Are you making up your down but got almost nothing. 6 carries. downs to the BHS 28 as the three situation from the 13 and n. n' "
mind ahead of time who to BHS was thinking field goal Edwards lead Palatka with first half ended but Bradforo David Carter was forced to Tornado linebacker Lawrence Patrick zeroes in on Palatka's leading ground gainer Kevin I
hand the ball off to?" Coach and was running plays to keep 78 yards in 16 carries, a 4.3 safety David Carter In- punt from the 11. Good Tor- Edwards. The big Palatka back ran the ball 18 times for 78 yards a 4.3 yard average.. Edwards
David Hurse asked quar- the football directly in front of yard average against the tercepted a Panther pass.atthe nado ,coverage allowed the scored the Palatka TD from five yards out and kicked the extra point. *
terback Jeffery Norman. the goal posts for kicker tough Tornadoes defense BHS 12 returned it to the ball to roll and BUS downedthe
Norman shook his head Marcus-Cruce. which limited Palatka to 92 BHS 25 as the half ended. 27 yard punt at the Running the BITS middle around left end for four more reached pavdirt .with';
negatively but on the next On third down Tyson got yards on the ground and 59 in BHS received to open the Bradford 38. from the 17 Palatka got four yards for a first down at the linebacker Patrick hanging on,
possession the Tornado offense the call on a dive play over leftguard. the air. It was the fourth time second half and rushed for a On first down QB, Leary yards on first down, BUS Tornado five yard line before for the ride. Edwards converted -.'
began to move the The quick little scat- this season that the BUS first down. The Tornadoes had threw complete to Johnny middle gurad Kenneth Cruger defensive end Danny and Palatka was up 7-6''
football again. back squirted through a hole defense held an opponent to only one first down in the Johnson at the BUS 28; making the stop at the 13. Hildebran and linebacker at 11:56: in the fourth period./
on the line of scrimmage, was less than 100 yards rushing. second period and one in the' Johnson legged it down the Kevin Edwards got four more Lawrence Patrick could make BUS came back to dominatethe
With Tyson the big ground hit immediately behinC: Palatka turned the football third. left sideline to the BHS 17 yards at left tackle on the the stop. fourth period, running 19:j
gainer BHS moved the foot- scrimmage, pulled loose was over six times Friday, three Palatka's Scott Hull, before he was pushed out of crossbuck down to the 9. On offensive plays to Palatks's''
ball 58 yards following the hit a second time at the twe times on fumbles and three playing cornerback sacked bounds by BHS safety David third down QB Leary faked five and get the 'winning4
Palatka touchdown,but Tyson yard line but bulled his way times on pass interceptions. QB ,Norman for a yard's loss Carter,the.play covering 21 On first down from the BUS touchdown.' \11 :
fumbled at the Palatka 12. through that tackle and nosed BUS safety David Carter on .first down. BHS jumped yards. the dive at left tackle and kept five, big! Kevin Edwards, ----4
Still doing its usual strong job into the endzone for the 12-7 intercepted two Panther

the BUS defense stopped BHS lead. nieces"" and defensive halfback E E E
Palatka at its 15. The Palatka For the second time Friday Donald Reddish interceptedone.
punt was a short 21 yarder night, the snap was center was A Palatka back coughedup
which BUS allowed to roll mishandled and the BUS extra the football on the second FOOD
dead at the Palatka 36. point failed. It is possible play of the game, and BUS
The late fumble Tyson's Cruce wouldn't have gotten a tackle Fred Wood recovered.
second of the night, cost the field goal attempt off, but Like Tornado teams of the
Tornadoes 24 yards of hard Tyson had eliminated that past this BHS eleven was FAI R
gained ground but more necessity with his unexpectedTD good enough Friday night to
importantly, it made the clocka run. take advantage of the Palatka
factor. Less than five The win leaves BUS 4-3 on rror. From the Palatka 34
minutes remained in the game the season. More importantly. Tyson dove over left tackle for

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Baker High Could Spoil Tornado :Homecoming. .' I

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There will be no trouble this minds the are big.John Sharman
on game strong as Calvin Howard of 205-12,
Baker beat High St.
week in getting Bradford High from all tthe social activity/' Clay Live 53-7. Ware County Georgia, but he number 71, anchors ,the, .. :
Augustine 33-28 Oak
footballers up for tomorrow's Coach Hurse of the defensive line and
controls
says up- is quicker Bradford scouts the
North Marion and
Madison I
(Friday Nov 4) 8 p.m. home- coming homecoming contest. report. line of scrimmage. Tackle .. 1
coming battle with the Baker Riding high so far this Hilliard. Ryan Fraser 200-11 Is
Baker the
County High Wildcats says season with a 6-1 record, the uses triple option "We must stop West. If we Sharman's running mate and
Head Tornado David Hurse. Wildcats would really have a veer offense, just like the do that we will cut the Baker helps! Sharmon control the
Tornadoes Mike
Quarterback
Baker has never beaten the big win if they would knock off offense in' half" reads the inside game with aggressiveplay.
Tornadoes in the long rivalry. the Tornadoes. Tornado fans Jones smooth,a left ball handed handler passer and, is BUS scouting report pasted on Tall rangy strong side I I"
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Closest call was in 1974 when report that the wind from a the field house wall for the defensive end Roy Smith,' 185-
thrower. '
good
then sophomore quarterback is that win Tornadoes to 11, is 4"k'yk'v .n
Macclenny a over see. number 90. tough. ;a -1
The Tornadoes and Wilcats -
Jimmy Prevatt kicked field .
a Bradford High would make \ ,
should each be used to the
with three seconds left
goal to the for the Wildcats.
beat the Wildcats in Mac- season of offense, Coach Hurse notes. Halfback Eugene Greene The Wildcats are also big up
clenny. Jacksonville Only Bishop has Kenny far Big, brusing fullback Carl 170-11 Is quick,has speed, andIs front on the offense line.
"Biggest job the coacheshave managed to beat the Wildcats so West is the main Wildcat a good partner for West. Tackles Wallace Tarte.220-12, r
this week Is to get their that three 1714. threat off the veer option. Baker has two excellent backsin and Derek Harvey, 190-12, and
by just points, West, 180-12, might not be as West and Greene, Coach guard Mike Bradley, 2(10-12( ,
Hurse states.;' are big and strong.: Guard ''al

HURRY--- David Jackson, 180-12, is a .,
The Baker offensive line has tough hard-nosed player. ..,,' "'/' ".
-atr It's Your Last Chance To Sign Up For good size, gets off the ball in JIIIIIP"': ... .... .''Y, :. .:. ,;.. / ...., ,.. '.'>.1.:1'".. ., ',.. .. d '. ,: "' ,
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/t' Christmas Classes & Workshops.Make excellent back on the veer. Favorite passing targetsare This Is what /happens when a quarterback= reads Incorrectly on the veer option. BUS quarterback
r Coach Hurse says. tight end Alphonzo Jeffery Norman read It right more often than not against Palatka and Id IS moved the
Gifts & Home Decorations! Stoutamire short pass.,QB 180-12 Jones, on likes the to football valuable when it had to. Norman is Improving with each game, Coach lIurse says, as he gains
Baker runs a split 40 experience
hit wide receiver Keith
"qJ W'a& Classes Now Forming <9 'a& defense, with four down line- O'Neill 150-12, a speedster on ..
and two linebackers in
men the fly deep.Jones also throwsto
Last Classes Before Christmas! the middle stacked betweenthe
back swinging out of the
two tackles. The split 40 backfield.a The I I'ir
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number 80
backer Leo Lee Best running plays for
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team field will come from but we shouldn't finish any the challenge of two miles of
SAVE 20' A POUND Buchholz and P.K. Yonge, lower than third" Howard loose sand and high/ gl'ass. The
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Friday!,;,& rieback; ,w' (in, Pleases Tornado' 'Coaches" ,


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"I'm real proud (of our kids tithe; ,; ball game in the last "That's the mark of a class Norman executed the veer again performed the best. defensive linemen award for I

coming off a very disappointing (f.mlnl1te. like we did, is something football team," says Coach option well, especially In the Guard Issac Cummings and the Palatka game Both were I
loss to Ocala Forest, our kids can be very Bob Hancock after his offensive first half Hurse said. tackle Bobby Smith, both outstanding in the game, said
says Head Coach David proud of. We lost one,in thelast line led the Tornadoesto Sophomore Hilde- veteran lettermen blocked Sexton. Cummings had six
II urse. minute last week and won a fourth period,.last minute bran played the Danny entire game well and used good technique, tackles and one assist. Woods
"We didn't play our best |one, this week must score, touchdown which Hancock said* in sharing the had three tackles and three
at defensive end drawing
beat Palatka 12-7. best offensive lineman award assists Linebacker Issiah
(against Palatka) but we.'
from both
high praise (
iie. "It teaches them valuable for the second straight week. Jenkins had seven individual
a
played well enough to win. It's "We had'to score, We took defensive coach Mike Sexton
lesson that will be with them Best hit award for tho tackles.
to win.
always pleasant the football down and scored and Coach Hurse in his first Hilde-
life Palatka went to strong Sexton also praised
throughout to never
game
t "As we stated last week the when we had 19, stated varsity start. at
Neel who bran's performance
when look side tackle Kevin ,
give even things
team had to get up two weeksin the worst.up Coach Hancock, obviously "I think Danny Hildebran blew a Panther defender off defensive end in his first
a row. That's tough pleased with the effort of his played a fine football game. the line knocking him back varsity start."Hildebran.
especially when you lose. You offensive line and the entire lie was very consistent; he onto( his back. Coach Hancock ( turned in a good
know( if we'd have won Tornado, football)) team. played his position well. It's
I thought he
said he was especially pleased performance.
(against Forest) it would have Marvin Tyson's five yard Hancock pointed out that the real I pleasant to know he's justa played real well."
been different, but when you run for the winning touchdown offense fumbled t the football sophomore" Coach Hurse with Neel's play ,
come off a tough loss it Is "came on a tremendous indi- away on the crucial drive and said Another thing which pleased
doubly difficult to get 'up'." vidual effort.( It was a very, the Big Red defense! stopped Hancock was that the Tor The defense is giving a good
Nurse also thinks the last very determined run," says Palatka short of a first down OFFENSE"I nadoes missed few blocking team effort right now, says
Donald Reddish flies in front of a Palatka receiver to intercept two football games have beena Coach Hurse. The fourth which would have eaten away tell you what..I thoughtwe assignments against the Sexton.Such a team effort will
a last minute pass! and return it to the Panther ilk yard lesson in character building period drive showed a lot of at the clock with less than had a good effort" says varied looks the Palatka be the key for the remainderof
I line. Palatka quarterback dreg; l.rary completed the same pass! for the players. character, the veteran head three minutes left, and gave Coach Hancock of his offensive defense showed. the games Sexton says
play once In Bradford's 12.7 win over Palatka but Reddish "Coming back and winning coach of the Tornadoes said. the football' back to the of line. "I don't think the offense There will be outstanding
smelled it out on the second try Quarterback Jeffery fense. The weak side of the line was as sharp as against efforts but the Tornadoes
Forest but that's to be ex- must operate as a completeunit
the coach points out.

I Kitchens Badcock Win, Stay Deadlocked For First Place pected. DEFENSEThe SECONDARY

Tornado defense "..did Safety David Carter drew
a good job" says Coach Mike the outstanding performance
Badcock won a shoot-out give Liadcock! a 12-0 lead. Randal !McGee opened the Tile on the board with a 20- passed to Joe Gordon for the Sexton. award for his play In the
with the Country Boys while John Bennett hit Joey Kitchens!311.112Kitchens half for Kitchens with a :20-! yard I run and Chandler ran for PAT. The defensive mentor defensive secondary Carter
Kitchens Tile coasted to an Hran&on with a 24-yard used the runningand yard scoring toss to Green and the PAT to make the score 8-0. Schedule: pointed with pride to the final Intercepted two passes,
easy win over LWCI as both scoring pass to( put the passing of Charlie Green Green tossed 15-yards to The Merchants got their On Sunday, Nov 6, Kitchens Palatka series following( the defended against the pass
teams remained tied for the Country Bo>'s on the board. to takeaneasy win over LWCI Bright for a second TO. Green only score early, in the first takes on the Merchants at BUS fumble with less than well, and fired up quickly to
Starke Recreation Department A Sheffield to Bubba 3912.!) hit Thomas for the PAT to half when Jackson Prevail 12:45p.m.lnthesecond three minutes in the game help on running plays Coach
Men's Flag Football Bozeman pass got Tladcock its Green put Kitchens on the make the score 33-6. ran 10 yards for a score. 2:15: LWCI meets Badcock gameat The defense kept Palatka horse said."Overall.
League lead.Badcock third TD of the half hut John board first hitting Wayne Green hit Teston ith a 15- Chandler upped the score to and in the final contest at 3:3: from getting a first down and I think the
;
got by the Country Bennett ran H yards for a Teston with a 5-yard scoring yard !scoring pass to finish 1li-6(! at half!Ime"'hen ht' ran 15 Draw Tite meets the Country using up valuable time second played well as a
i24:i while Kitchens Country Boy TD to make the pass but LWCI came back to scoring for Kitchens. Scott yards for u TD and ran for the Boys Sexton points out. group," Hurse states.
slopped LWCI 39-12! Draw score 18-12 at halftime. notch the score when Robert connected with Lee again late PAT/ It was also the fourth Donald Reddish has shown
Tite crushed the Merchants Watson added two more TO Scott hit Larry Lee with a 15- in the second half for LWCI's Draw Tite wont to the air in Standings( : straight game in which a good improvement over the
:)5-fi) to keep a lock on third passes in the second half yard pass for a TD. other TD.Draw the second half with Chandler Kitchens and Badcocks Tornado opponent has been past two weeks and inter
la Country Ho>s 21 and throwing a short pass; to work after LWCT's score as TiloU.. : :)-Merchants (II i 1 I'lysses I Domm and hitting records of 7-1 In third is Draw rushing. Palatka had 92 yards Palatka.
John Watson threw four I obie i Sheffield for a score. Kitchens scored the next fiveTD's Chris, Chandler ran for two Jim Audry with a 25-yard TD Tile with a 5-::1 record. The rushing. Dale Rogers played a good
Watson also run for Ltadcocks of the game. The first Merchants and LWCI tied consistent at the
touchdown passes and TD's and passed for two more pass are Defensive tackle Fred game
teammate Wesley Sheffield only PAT of the afternoon. score came on a 10-yard passto as he led Draw Tite over the ('h threw two more as Badcock Wesley Sheffield threw a BO- Steve Thomas from Green. merchants 356.; Draw Tite scoring'with' a 15- while the Country Boys are Roland Cummings are co- Cummings at the defensive

topped the Country Boys :38-24. Badcocks yard toss other to Bozeman score: for Green the PAT threw to to make John the Powellfor score Kenny Hampton put Draw yard TD runllernard Brown last with a 1-7 record. holders the outstanding halfback position Hurse said.
Watson put Badcock in the -- -
drivers seat from the Bennett threw to Ralph 136.:
opening
Morgan and Leonard Sapp for Green ran for the next score On sale Thursday I .
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with a -yard! pass to 'Ihiypin for a PAT time. score 20-6 at half- Qfl _

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Pee VI ee's U had six tackles and ()'r>'eal Coach Ronnie Tomlinson

:MB Dolphins :32 and Leroy Griffis each had said his players played their Every CU! !
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yielded 26 first half points but Sam Griff 3, Colvin 2. decision to the Orange Park
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pencil. The wound required 12 "Gixt told me to kill you." charged with aggravated ....Lper.I..lop. WAS Sac WAS 1S 2..E WERE 2 22 a SLEEVES, WOMEN
IN A.S.C.DFoam
stitches to close, but "nothing The 45-year-old Shook has assault according to Wiley ; ..._ S.M.L.XLWOMEN'S
vital was cut." according t to( worked as a chaplain at FSP Clark of the state attorney's SAVE dA 2111 SAVE21% ......e".In M.L adora10.vinyl rep. 4.9 6
for one year. office in Starke.
prison officials.
Na72"SED BATH SIZiTOWELS DI-OCL LIQUID 2O5
Iii I 1q3; : ; W/ITUROY IN DI'GEl .OZ, MINT WERlMf
PRAMl,1" 'ASST COLOR uauw ON LEMON/ \
I Pecan Auction; Starts Today MATTRESS PUL P/SMW) i- ORANGE 4 /WIRE 35I9

I 6.88 w :OO 870WAa .
market between Bam. and 3.500) ...
pounds going through the .
This fall's first
pecan ; +a'
IF' SAVE 15" / + "t
tM'' ... SAVE 1"%
auction is scheduled for t ':30 noon the day of the sale said market / \
Allen. Pecans must be i" RAIN JACKET ,.ft WOMEN'S
pm, tod.I)', 'Thursday :Nov'; --- OR POWCMOON
separated by variety otherwise "t fAVC33% 5 SA VE14" .. '" MAID,
.li I at the Bradford County >> MEN, r, 'S JOY .wwa.
Statet'arml'I"sIarket: on US- t they 111 l be sold as mixed I! VICKS FORMULA g' -. PAMPER SAve'13% MVMIVL.STOXL.. r LOVABLE
:till| mirth in Starke. nuts which sell at a lower M J M-M.MTOf WOOD TWO d4000U0N MIITUSI-SOZ. TOOOLERSI j 'f .-. I SPORT IDUTY OXFORD 32-40,A AC. -

Sates will be held ('achThul'sd.tY price 'r BAN STOOLS I I 1a'l ;.L..a..I "'
T % ::, 2.99 1.66 1 2133.3
beginning ;Nov; 3 "This >ear's pecan crop 7.98 1w19 1.49gnn"'.I ,
except Thanksgiving, as Soil Wool-HMO).*y.--.
long as there is enough looks better) but still is not I'SIIG.PRICI (UmNIII WAS ,," araao i ilia,m willie.S1B.EAGLETHE wA1aAE LL II WMItJW1
what we consider a real good r1

pecans Hob Allen., said market manager crop. Allen said Pecan yieldin A gun store n i guarded by CONVENIENT '312 W. MadisoiStarke r -

Growers are asked to bring was 1976!only was one very sale light.held due There to an African lion, who st.lks'N FAMILY DISCOUNT STORES Fla. Free Set Of! Glasses For *1$" LaJ. .WIJ Purchase \
Of'>tm daily 9'til9 : L .<
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Strawberry Acreage Comeback Fails I It miiJiuijiijij"[ ( ( f.CJP000 1f''



Due to Lack' of Plants; High PricesIn '

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its 75th Anniversary BYWILLIAM k
Issue, published in 1954, The Since that time, there have veloped at the University of S.IIAASSERVICE
Telegraph asked: "Is the been periodic spurts in Florida Agricultural Research OFFICER t
strawberry going the of acreage increase, due to Center in Dover.
Island cotton way factors such as the develop- The Veterans Ad-
Sea and
the
But favorable factors over ministration will
soon begin to .
tree in ment of black
orange Bradfordcounty's plastic to replace -
the years were offset by cor- remind employers inAmerica's
the old straw
changing mulching,
respondingly unfavorableones Industries and
"
? and the advent of
economy new that caused to businesses that it bet
acreage is a good Ji
varieties of berries, such as
Now, 23 years later, the be a qualified( "yes," or Sequoias from California, and drop again after every en- to create on-the-job training !
reluctant answer appears to "maybe.' the newer Florida Belles de- couraging upsurge. The fore- positons for Vietnam era
cast for the coming season, veterans and let the VA pay G. f
with most growers winding up I. Bill allowances directly to
their setting operations this veterans., "t
week, is that it will push Brad-
EDITORIAL ford County to come up with a N Specifically, VA is calling
._. .-- ,, upon the nation's private
total of 75 acres, a 40 per cent
decline from last season's 125 sector employers to establish

acre total. Workers finish back-bending job of setting out strawberry plants this week on farm of 112,000 on-the-job training I
slots for Vietnam
Controversial Lloyd Griffis, northwest of Lawtey. At right, Mr. Griffis adjusts Irrigation sprinkler systemto era veterans
Ballot
Would The this
Be DivisiveThe Bradford poor yield growers experiencedby last keep the young plants moist during continued dry weather. year

season, caused by the coldest A Vietnam era veteran withno
winter on record this century production usually comes in fanciful name of Guy size and quality, its long har dependents training full
Bradford County Democratic "endorsement" of a particular candidateby followed by one of the driest the first two weeks in April, Kickerbocker is credited with vesting season and high yields time is entitled to a G. I. Bill
but due
to the drought the importing enough plants from soon established it asFlorida's allowance of
Executive Committee when $212 a month
with
acted its springs, coupled
wisely at the executive
county committee dele-
plants just
and of stopped producing "up north" to set out a small commercial berry. during his first six-month
the
meeting last week in adopting( a resolu- gates, and this would be used scarcity high price about that time, and
as cam- plants) and other adverse many garden patch for exper Following the Klondike, it remained training periods as his en-
tion opposing the taking of a straw balloton paign fodder by the candidate who factors, caused most of the died in the field," Taylor said. imental purposes. To his surprise the leader here until trance wage which must be at

Florida gubernatorial candidates at managed to get the most friends and few remaining growers to cut California was hit and delight, the berries the 1950's when it too went into least one-half of the wage paid

the upcoming Democratic State Con- supporters as delegats to the con their already small acreages weather also contributing by to dry a soil thrived of Bradford in the heavy, loamy in the decline, supposedly due to a for his specific job, Increases.
,
County
vention in Orlando. vention. this season. This fall's meagre scarcity of plants from that cold winter virus. There can be no VA allowance :,

75-acre total is a far cry from source, and local growers weather moderately that berries like. The Florida-90 was born and without a job in which to train.That's '

Such a ballot, the committee felt Such straw balloting is strong opposed the heydey of the industry, 40 couldn't get all the Florida developed in the 1950's at the ,.
by the State Democratic Execu- or 50 years ago, when berry Belles they had counted on Soon, other growers beganto University of Florida why AV needs the
would tend to divide and disrupt the acreage soared well above the from Webster because of the follow suit, including exper- cooperation of industry and
party with in-house fighting and in- tive Committee, whose job it is to keepall 1,000 mark. dry weather in Florida. The Richard Puddy of Kingsley iment introduction station, of about black the timeof business to make this most

trigue, rather than concentrating efforts factions of the party working to- few plants available demanded Lake, Col. V.J. Shipman and mulch. These two factors plastic important phase of the G. I.
handful of deter- Bill
on what should be its main objective gether in harmony for the common objective mined Only growers a remain in the sky high prices, with Enoch Griffis of Lawtey: contributed to an upswing in program education work and for training an
the of of electing a Democratic growers having to pay $34 per James Hornsby and J.M. strawberry production here w
,
mapping strategy to elect the berry business here after thousand for Truby of Starke and estimated 112,000 Vietnam era
Democratic nominee, whoever he mightbe Governor in 1978. However, if the few many threw in the sponge in California, and Sequoias$23 from others. Most of, these many were which had suffered when veterans who seek on-the-job

over his Republican opponent in populous counties of South Florida, who recent from years due cheaplygrownMexican to competition thousand for Florida plants.per seeking to recoup the heavy many 1940's for growers better paying left in jobs the at training opportunities this
be supporting candidate from losses when year.
1978. may a experienced a
berries; the soaringcost Two of the larger local disastrous freeze Camp Blanding during World
their area, send their full delegate in 1895 killed War IIOnly '
of labor, plants, fertilizer, growers, Leon Norman and the orange groves in this area, Water Use Plan
strength to the convention it is
Those Democratic hopefuls for possiblefor insecticides black plastic, Morris Carter, have cut their making it necessary to turn to in recent years has the
Governor who are pushing for the straw them to ram the straw ballot issue and everything else necessaryto acreage back this fall; Leon another money crop. Florida-90 been largely discarded Set For Public
ballot in the belief that they are leadingthe down the throats of the smaller counties make a berry crop. Starling and Lloyd Griffis will in favor of California'sbig

pack at the present time, are doingno unless the latter make a concerted effortto When acreage dropped, have about the same, give or The first berry grown and flashy Sequoia, and Hearing Nov. 16 "
take an acre and only Luther commercially here was the ,
get their delegates to Orlando.If there weren't sufficient ; the more recent Florida Belle,
service the
to which
party on they Noonan
berries to attract outside Hilliard reports an increase a hard but small which some growers like and
will depend for their election to office. the Starke market from 10 acres last year to 14 variety that carried well to others downgrade.With A plan for the managementof
They are apparently willing to turn the other small and medium-sized closed growers, and growers were this fall, beucause he was ableto northern markets, but lacked water within a 7.500 SQUare
party into rival camps of warring factions counties would follow the example of forced to peddle their berriesas get the plants. eye-appeal. Soon growerswere all its ups and downs, mile area of north Florida will
mixing their Noonan the strawberry industry is one be the topic of interest duringa
Bradford and resolutions
adopt could. With
for their own selfish interests. opposing best they no Griffis, winding up the with the Cloud, which required that still offers a pretty safemargin public hearing to be held at
the straw ballot movement they wouldbe bidding by competitive setting of his 140,000 plants of profit to
cross-propagation, in any grower the Suwannee River Water
doing a real service to the Democratic buyers, sales became un- this week while suffering witha effort willing to put in the
The public could easily interpret the and To an to improve quality. necessary Management District <( certain sagged.
results of such Party of Florida. prices bad case of flu, says that in time, effort, and money to WMD) headquarters in White
a straw ballot as an matters further,
complicate
spite of adverse circumstances It is tbe history of berry produce a crop.. It is Springs.
the big chain stores demanded that have hit the varieties that one will thrive synonymous with the name of
large lots of fruit so they could industry, "I love to grow and produce well for up to a Bradford County, and the The hearing, which Is
Senator MacKayA advertise one price in all outlets strawberries, and I'm going to quarter of a century and then county will lose one of its most scheduled for November 16 at
I and they weren't interested hang on as long as I can." But "play out" and go into decline colorful assets if the last berry 10:30: a.m. will provide In-
Credit DistrictIn in a pickup load at berry growing the "13 productionwise Other early is ever picked and black terested citizens with an
to any price. months a year" operation is varieties experimented with plastic becomes a symbolic opportunity to comment on

Although prices for local getting a little rugged for a 65- included the Gandy, Hoffman, shroud. the content of the District
berries last year-old man, Griffis admits. Wilson and Lady Thompson.The Water Use Plan before it is

a recent letter to the editor of a forthright./ Even in the case where he season, were the satisfactory spring drought SERVICEMAN............ officially adopted by the
next big find however,
,
daily newspaper, a constituent of Sen. personally felt moral propriety or facts stopped production just when Strawberries have been was the Klondike, ahara Sanders Completes District Governing Board.
Once adopted, the will be
plan
Kenneth H. (Buddy) MaeKay. came to necessitated a change, he admitted I yield should have been at its grown here for almost a berry that carried well, had Recruit Training sent to the Florida Depart-

the defense of the Sixth District when he felt he had been wrong in the' peak, according to County hundred years, ever since a good color and flavor, and wasa ment of Environmental

legislator who he (the letter writer) past. Agent Bobby Taylor. "Peak Lawtey landowner with the heavy producer. It enjoyed Navy Seaman Michael H. Regulation and will then

thought had been unfairly demeaned great popularity for 25 to 30 Sanders, son of Mr. and Mrs. become part of the State
by before into Horace Sanders of Route 1,
"I think editorial did an injusticeto years going Water Use Plan.
your
an editorial writer who called the Ocalan"a decline. Box 258, Starke, has completed -
90-pound weakling." Sen. MacKay, and his constituents in recruit training at the The SRWMD has developedthe
Alachua and the other 15 counties of his County Agent's By In the 1890's, near Norfolk Naval. Training Center, Water Use Plan as r
I offended ,__ Va., the famous Missionary OrlaAdo. by 373 of the J i
Jnna hard-hitting, defense of MacKay distript. ,>As-a voter am by M > Bobby.. if. variety had been required Chapter
discoveredby
whose integrity and intelligence, are un- such whimsical displays of emotion Notebook Florida Statutes. Its purposeis
chance, and was later A 1976 graduate of Bradford to serve as a guide for the
questioned, the letter writer said: without all the facts."I TaylorLooks
adapted for growing in the High School, Sanders joinedthe reasonable and beneficial use

hope can show the same degreeof I Florida climate. Its uniform Navy in August 1977moving of water for the portions of
"I wish to take exception to the you fifteen counties that are
honor candor and that he has
courage like the trick within the District boundaries
description in your editorial "SenatorialWaterfront" or recommended. Put the -
shown in his and admit Vernon Olin Elected ChairmanOf
public
Sen. career, treater for lawns and pasturesthis .
(Oct. 14)) referring to
when in error. is the mole cricket. I amount of insecticide in the
year
Kenneth H. (Buddy) MacKay. D-Ocala, have had several calls duringthe jar for 500 square feet. Fill the The Water Use Plan con-
the rest of the with Democratic Executive Comm.Vernon information the
as a 90-pound weakling past week about these jar way tains on
As the saying goes, "You took the pests,and indications are a lot water. Spray out the contents physical, demographic, and
"No member of the state senate has words right out of our mouth," Mr. of damage is being done. over 500 square feet. To insure economic characteristics of

spoken more eloquently or effectively on letter-writer, and we take pleasure in even coverage, spray back E. Olin is the new is ?t the District. Several sections

behalf of the people during the time Sen. reprinting praise of Senator Mole crickets are most forth across the measuredarea chairman of the Bradford discuss the goals of the
your active at night especially aftera ; then turn at right angles County Democratic Executive v District, its present activities,
has served the state
MacKay in MacKay since Bradford is fortunate to rain or irrigation and when and spray back and forth Committee to fill the vacancy and the types of plans and
legislature. Your suggestion that he may be in the Sixth District and benefit by the temperature is above 70 across the same area. After left by the resignation of regulations that will be

have knuckled under to certain mem- his representation.We degrees F. When conditions spraying, irrigate for about 40 James V. (Jimmy) Crosby.Olin's developed in future years.

bers of the Senate in recent days is not such as these exist they will minutes (or put on about one- election
took place ata Requests for further in-
inch of water to leach the
fifth
only incorrect, but ignores almost three come to the surface and make
have always found Senator insecticide into the top one to committee meeting held formation on the hearing, or
burrows in the Inch
full years when Sen. MacKay was almost MacKay eminently fair and under- two of soil. Occasionally upper they or two inches of soil)). Thursday, Oct. 27, at which for copies of the Water Use

continuously in opposition the Senate standing, and his efforts in behalf of the will partially emerge from the time Lillian Pearson, of Plan, should be directed to the
Lawtey, was elected vice Suwannee River
leadership clique. He was the last man advancement of legislation to benefit soil and gather bits of food If a bait is used, apply whenit chairman, and six dele5l...tes. : Management District,Water Post
standing waving his finger in the face of those in the over-65 category have been from the soil surface. is not likely to rain over- were named to the State i Y Office Drawer K. White

Sen. Dempsey Barron over misleading noted and are deeply appreciated by our Damage to lawn grass and night and preferable apply Committee meeting in 1 Springs, Florida 32096. The
statements about certain data on school Senior Citizen groups. The fact that other plants is primarily late in the afternoon. The most Orlando, Nov 18, 19, 20. phone numbers are 904-397-

finance; he had doggedly stood up for Senator MacKay fell into temporary dis- through feeding on the roots, during effective August time and for September baiting is Elected as delegates were 2111 and 9043621001.

full disclosure and conflict of interest favor with the in but their burrowing loosensthe
legislative leadership when the nymphs are growingfast Mr. and Mrs. Guy Andrews,
and for better funding of soil, causing plants to dry Ellis Jr. E.L. Matthews u Terry Walters
legislation Tallahassee seemed rather a tribute to out and sometimes they are and require much food. It Jay u:+,
state services such as schools, hospitalsand his integrity rather than a reflection on completely uprooted. The is very important to scatter it James V. Crosby, Violet : .
prisons. his ability. meandering burrows of mole thinly and evenly over the soil Crosby, and the new chair to Starke, and was a Wins Wedding

"He has not left the ranks of the 'Dog- crickets are about one-eight in surface. A few flakes should man Mr. Olin. member of the Lawtey City Photo

house Democrats' fighting for reforms in Would diameter and easily seen in fall on every square inch of Election of a new secretaryand Council in 196869. He is a AwardsTerry
/ that we had more "OOpoundweaklings" soil in the treated area. In our member of Grace Methodist
the legislative process and tax reform. of the calibre of Senator short planted mown areas.grass or newly experiments, best results mittee treasurer for the until com-the Church in Lawtey.Mr. Walters, of
have been obtained with low was postponed Gainesville, formerly of
His and in Tallahassee.
positions have been consistent MacKay next in
We still have several effective percentage baits ((0.5 percentor December.The meeting. probably Olin said his first objective Starke, has won two awards in
insecticides that we 1 percent) rather than baits would be to fill several quarterly competition

Well-Earned Tribute can use a treat for mole containing a higher percentage committee went on existing vacancies on the sponsored by the Wedding
I crickets. Use spray or bait of active Ingredient.. record in opposition to holdinga Bradford committee, and his Photographers of America.
when the overnight temperature This is no doubt due to the straw ballot on Florida goal is to have 100 per cent Walters finished first in the
ToT.K.McClaneNot is expected to be 70 larger volume of bait requiredover gubernatorial candidates at membership with a com- "Photograph Taken at-

degrees F or above. Have the a given area to obtain the the convention, as has been mitteeman and com- Ceremony" category, as well }
turf moist at the time the recommended amount of proposed in some quarters.The mitteewoman from every as in the "Formal Studio or
infrequently an editorial from' annual'county fair, begged funds for the treatment is applied. If it has active' ingredient which Bradford committee voting precinct in the county. Candid Bridal Portrait"

another our thoughts so farmer's market, sweet-talked the become dry, irrigate the area results in a more thorough agrees with the State Com- division.It .

well that paper the temptation expresses to reproduce it county commission into scraping roads, to penetration be treated of by the running spray into the distribution. mittee that disruptive such a to ballot the 4-H Meeting is the second series of

the with pulled cars out of the mud and roundedup Baits be applied by might prove award-winning photos for
is irresistable. Such is case one the soil or in the case of baits, may and would be
appearing recently in the GainesvilleSun sows for destitute 4-Hers He alwayswas encourages the mole cricketsto hand. To, insure ,even party premature, since it is possiblethat Schedule Set Walters, who also won
doing something for somebody. come to the surface to feedon coverage, spread back and all candidates for quarterly and annual com-
of T.K. McClane long-time
in praise last
the bait. forth across a measured area, petitions year. He is the
Bradford County Farm Agent and then turn at right angles and Governor have not announcedat The Bradford County 4-H son of Mrs. S. L. Peek, Jr. of
"T.K. McClane was that sort of county this time. Clubs will be meeting this
Florida Farm Bureau chieftan whose Apply the Insecticide spread back and forth across Starke. ,
friends farmers agent in a society that needed that sort When the same area again. If The chairman year according to the .
loss was keenly felt by properly. using a sprayit new county a following schedule:.
and fellow agricultural workers in of a county agent. Maybe society still is important to apply the distributed by hand be sure to lifelong Democratic, moved to Rotary District
needs them and maybe most county insecticide in a large amount wear natural rubber gloves.Do Florida over 11 years ago First Tuesdays, Horse and
Bradford County agents are like that. But we know that of water. Jar attachments to .not water after applying: :. from New York State where Douglass 4-H Clubs. Governor Visits
garden hoses. are excellent he was active in Democratic
The editorial follows
: T.K. McClane certainly was.' tools for home' gardeners to Regardless whether a spray Party work, and was a can- First Thursdays, Lawteyand Starke Club

"We note with personal regret the use. The type which requires or bait is used, a second ap- didate for Congress (rom the Brooker 4-H Clubs. i

death of TK. McClane. "He went, on to bigger things and 15 to 20 gallons of water plication in 10 days to 2 weeks 34th District on the Second Mondays, Hamptonand William C. Smith,
the, hose to provides more thorough Democratic ticket. He resided
became the chief Washington lobbyistfor passing through Starke 4-H Clubs Tallahassee businessman and
his empty the quart .size Jar is control. briefly at Lawtey beforemi Governor of
Bureau
"Mr. McClane was county farm agentin the Florida Farm making Rotary District

adjacent Bradford County for 18 home in Gainesville. This was a job he Second Tuesdays, Green 694,paid his official visit to the
Acres and Theressa 4-H Clubs. Starke Rotary Club last week
years. In the modern era, and especiallyin held for 22 years and during those B!%

an urban area that simple does not years we're certain his views on farm Yet to be determined' Preceding the regular

convey much information."But issues must have diverged widely from jjiiip4 regular meetings for the new luncheon meeting held a club
at
11
4-H Club anda assembly was a.m.
those of The Sun. Heilborn Springs
in.the 1930s and 1940s and in proposed new 4-H Club for at the Chamber of Commerce
which time the
office at
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T
Bradford County population maybe "But he ,was a man of tremendous the Speedville community. District Governor received

7,000 back then the county agent integrity ,who never got sore, never \" tare-\ BOB G.FERGUSON JOHN M.. MILLER Fourth membership Is reports from committee I"t. "
open
ranked with the' family doctor in I //OH--* PubltohamPUbMwd to all 3rd through 12th graderswithout chairman and discussed club

visibility and' prestige. The people'swoes attributed bad motives and certainly Mch Thurvtty end l emoted M MooncTQM Meta it the r** f Office at Sttrfo, rte:under projects with the memo
must have represented agriculture ably. Add March 1879. r+ regard to race, color, bership.He 4
he took personally! be they 3. national For
drought flood pestilence, or death. And His family will miss him I his agricultural Sutacrlotlon In trad*ww: $7 par yaor! M iix monthi.Uutsid sex or origin. commended the Starke
trad*WM: *8 M.60 tiii month*.
p r VMT. further information about 4-H
the joys too. associates will' miss him and aa' the .1't1oN' 984R108 SfIIr1 .. Boy Scout and 4-H Club
"He also Was the leading organizer a 'quintessential .county agent we will + Parrish at 904-6280, ext. 224. .
programs.
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(Im IB V'il Vf3 I!1110 SREC Meet SetNov.8.7:30p.m. I 'u.i Brooker News Lvgnls _*

Over 50 members visitors :Now: that cold weather is : S SThe' H I 'J II J'J' Township 8 South Range 22

and invited guests .attended upon us,those of you in need of : BIRTHDAYS Nov. 21, 1977. othafwiM e
our Halloween Party and Suwannee River4 t byJt.neltePteteollt NOTICE OF PUBLIC East to UM for normal I farming
last week. caulking windows repairing J' / -I71S Mrs. George Tetstone. cele-' Judgment may be entered HEARING operation
regular meeting in and screens. replacing broken Economic Council. Inc.. is I t' brated her birthday with a lagama you) for the relief demanded The District III Mental Health Thill change in classification I.i

Ingenuity food selecting for the window panes or torn plastic holding a community meeting!:' r'H: PARTY party hosted by her son and in the "Petition Board Inc.. ml hold a public subject to a public hearing to be
preparing evident the oc weather stripping around Tuesday.=Nov.< 8. 7:30: p.m., for t The 4-H Club held a daughter.In-law. Dick and WITNESS my hand end sod*. hearing In the C nmI8 O-! *' held on Tuesday. November 29.
casion was on doors and windows small the purpose of electing a Halloween Tetstone at their home. of Mid Court on tba 11th day of
.
colorful and well Party at Com- Joyce Meeting Room of the Bradford 1977 at 7:30: p m.. In the County
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tables. sprea n plumbing repairs dripping representative for the low- munity Center In Brooker on The party was Sunday. Oct. 23 October 1977 County Courthouse, I located In Commission Room in the Bradford .
House chairpersons faucets outside porch floors, income people of Bradford. ,Friday night October 21. even though her birthday was Starke Florid which wM be County Courthouse. At this
Sophie, or handrails are yours for the County to serve on its About 65 children and adults on Friday: About 75 abort S. Brown beginning at 7:00: on time all person interested shall
Fisher and Bernie Smith were asking. The labor is free! Butif Governing Board. ,[attended. The children were were present for this joyous AS CLERK OF SAID COURTBy November 3, 1977 The p.m.purpose be heard for or against ,hepropout
a big hurrah! for the The
given you cannot supply the meeting will be held In'the in occasion and in the
decor of seasonable table grouped teams. The Potato everyone d the hearing i* to create a es specified
materials required then that Bradford County Cour- games were won by Team No wished her many more : Beulah M. Mxxtv.D8c1utyOerk: forum for private citizens Zoning Code of Bradford
cloths of
sprigs pyracanthia thouse
will be considered CommissionersMeeting celebrations
by our 1. The
berries and pumpkin lanterns. Room. crawling race was won r elected officials. COft8U"of County.,
:Mrs Eloise Olin offered Weatherization Committee. The by Team 2. Holding a balloon Little Monica Quicksall 2 10/20 tchg 11/10 service,or others. to enhance theexchange
Labor comes from representative for
and persons between knees was won by. year old daughter of Mr. and of information and A.R. Kwfer. Chairman
at noon a hearty SREC
grace trained through CETA Governing Board will
,Team 3 Mrs. Arthur at) interested Bradford County Zoning Board
meal edFunny Quicksall. cele gMt person a
was enjo> elected by and from this list
Comprehensive( Employmentand NOTICE Of
hats abundantand In the three-legged race brated her birthday with a INTENTIONTO voice in decisions affecting the 11:32tpd 11'10
were Training Act.) which is of target area representatives
Handy Harris and Joy REGISTER
colorful. party on Thursday. Oct. 27. delivery of community mental
After
a parade administered by the Labor : Ms: Juamta Clay :Markham were winners.We FICTITIOUS NAME
Everyone wished health 'Ind
around the tall dear old Harry Department, funded through Starke: Herman Johnson- thank her many Pursuant to Section 86509 community IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
want to
especially more happy alcoholism service The District
Kosenshine 'age 971 was Title 20 of the Social Security Lawtey. :Mrs. Lola the for birthdays. Florida Statutes notice if THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
following chaperones Board is a citizen' andneeds
chosen winner in a "Shiek ofArab and Williamson Hampton Willie group OF FLORIDA, IN AND
Act special funds : .
provided their work and help with the LUNCH :MENU hereby given that the undersigned the input of and all
any
\ turban H Davis Spx-edville. and :\ FOR BRADFORD COUNTY.
by the CSA Jane Green
: Mary Nov 7.11 interested in its planning
Mrs persons
: Carolyn Carver. :\ K:
Service Administration), May ben. Brooker 581 Keystone
Linda Harrell Jean Parrish : Heights Florida .
MONDAY and role.
Beefaronl
Starke Elementary: Schoolteacher which makes it possible for Jonathan i...."is. County Laura K. Smith Debbie 32656. doing bus.under the coordinating. CIVIL ACTION CASE NO. 77-
green beans roasted 10/27 -11 13
was introduced and "low income elderly persons" Analyst! and :Mrs. Barbara Ann Phil peanuts firm name of "KEYSTONE 463
spoke of her school project alIallo"een Kasle: '. outreached Bigham Starling orange juice. OVGA. baked, "
their homes worker
et weatherize > HEALTH
CLUB 21
Gamey. A B. Adams and Mr. apples hot rolls, buu.fr. and Highway ,
Carnival Oct 29. in a warm climate absolutely said the public Is cordially and !Mrs. Lloyd R Stilwell milk. Melrose Florida. 32666. intendsto IN RE: The Marriage of
from ;5 till 9 at the PrattSt
m
p free Call HandvPace. invited ANNAH. MESSER Petitioner
She Jr.. Terry Cranford in the TVKSDAY: Chicken: saladon register sad fictitious name NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO
playground appealed 9646696Happy Halloween spirit narrated lettuce buttered under the provision of aforesaid REGISTER vs-
volunteers to help super- birthday Lewis' Banks To Close spooky tales.HALLOW. grated cheese on corn statute. FICTITIOUS NAME EDWARD E. MESSER, SR.,
xi.se! the activities of the pear half
Smith. HO Wedding anniversaries Lyndle Kirttoy. owner Respondent.
carnival and cinamon roll. milk.V.EDNESDAYi Pursuant to Section 866 09
judge thechlldr4.'n's are Peggy and Walter On Veteran's Day KEN PARTY : : Spiced ham Dated the 13th day of Oc- Florida Statutes, notice i ia hereby
costumes Richardson 17th. and :Mae .. NOTICE OF ACTIONTO
Brooker Baptist Church and cheese sandwich .xA.D. 1977 at Starke. given that the undersigned
Volunteers were Hill and potato
and Bill Cosgrove. 48th :Many Sunday School Classes had a salad butter Florida. Lyndle Kirtley P.O. Box 581,
Hazel Richards and Peggy happy returns of the day to all. Local Kinks will be closed\ Halloween Party Friday one-half peanut milk. cookie 10/134tpd 11/3 Keystone Heights, Florida, : EDWARD E. MESSER,

and l Joe Kerrigan :New members are John and Fnd.1m: II. for Veteranstl night. They fixed up a Spook Tlll'KSU.Hamburger orange 32666 dOIng business under the SR., whose residence is

Me have ongoing Home- Elizabeth; Stables and Louise Ilay I). > ('I'\ante House In t the Community steak rice and firm name of "THE WOOD unknown:
makers. Legal Aid and gravy or IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
Kcnner 'enter and came back to it mashed potatoes BOX" Highway 21. Metros,
\\eutherization programs turnip EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat
This isour life
senior from "Trick or Treating" at fruit Florida 32666, intends '0reglS.er
office observed the greens, cup. cornbreadand
working efficiently in Brad The post FLORIDAIN
citizen or middleaged citizen certain church members'houses said fictitious f an action for dissolution of
milk.FRIDAY. name
fol'and\ Union Counties. We need your help to make a holiday ticl J4 this year hut AND FOR BRADFORD marriage has been died against
They then visited the under the of aforesaid
Elderly: > 60 and will return to a :Novembernbmrvani1 ; : Corndogs. cheese provisions
persons years better life for all of us We"ill for refreshments.About COUNTYCIVIL statute you in the Circuit Court ol the
m'er'' needing held\ in cleaning meet :November; 8 at I p m. at next year a post t parsonage 30 children participatedin sticks cole slaw banana ACTIONIN Lyndle Kirtley. owner. Eighth Judicial Circuit. of the
milk
pudding
homes !shopping, getting to a the Pratt Street Recreation office spokesman said the fun. RE: The Marriage of Dated this 13th day of Oc State of Florida, in and for Bradford

doctor! or needing the advice ('enterJoe Kerrigan THOMAS I. BYRNES husband t.xA.D.. 1977 at Starke. County and you are re
of ji lawver" call 'II.'L; -!_. and BARBARA J. BYRNES Florida quested to serve a copy of your
)
LEGAL wife 10, 13 4tpd 11'3 written defenses ,if I any to 'it. on

LUULUlilr L l ILIILlili! l ; l lLiLLliLLlrLlilll LLLL CASE NO.77.439 the Petitioner whose name and
:NOTICE OF SUIT address are: ANNA H.

"- "- l ; '\: RobertsH IN THE CIRCUIT COURT NO PROPERTY MESSER 1122 South 15 St..
FOR BRADFORD COUNTY, TO. THOMAS J. BYRNES Palatka. Fl. 32077
301 N Lawtey YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat IN THE CIRCUIT COURT

FLORIDACIVIL ACTION an action for dissolution of EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF and file the original. with (he

; Bait Tackle CASE NO. 77.441 marriage has been filed against, FLORIDA Clerk of the above styled Courton
Dally iMtUo.. SpI111/, you THOMAS J. BYRNES and IN AND FOR BRADFORD or before 11 28. 1977. Otherwise .

IN RE: The Marriage of you are required to serve a copy COUNTY a ludgment may be entered
11-2 P.M. .... Ftl. 96451431r Johnnie Thompson, of/ your written defenses, if any against you for the relief
Husband to it, on the plaintiff's attorney, CIVIL ACTION demanded in the complaint, or
Sa.> *. lab and whose name and address is petition
Chile Nth. Annie Bell Thompson Wife. DUDLEY P. HARDY Esq. JOE BROWN Plaintiff. WITNESS my hand and the

'.. Pierce & Hardy P.A.. vs seal of said Court on October: 26,
1f\SHIN RS MINNOWS NOTICE OF SUIT P.O. Drawer 1030 ROXIE BROWN Defendant 1977.
,1'"F IllS" .I. Fe.llf lilt" "" Starke. Florida. 32091 1 CASE No. 77.447 GILBERT S. BROWN

To: Johnnie Thompson and file the original with the As Clerk of the Court
WORMS Address Unknown clerk of the above styled court NOTICE OF SUIT -
Trail Rittiirairt on or before November 17th NO PROPERTYTO By: Marian McRae

BOAT RENTALS YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat 1977: otherwise a judgementmay As Deputy Clerk
Hours 7 A M. 10 PM Daily Including Sunday an action for Dssolution of be entered against! you for : Roxie Brown, Rich.ion,

301 N 782-3819 Lawtey DRINKS & SNACKS Marnage has been filed against the relief demanded in the Mssasippi 1113 4tpd 11'24'

'" you and you are required to complaint or petition.
serve a copy of your A/ritten/ defenses WITNESS my hand and the YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
rf any. to it on RICHARDE. seal of said Court on October 11, that an action for Divorce has IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
WELTY Attorney for Petitioner 1977. been filed against you and you FLORIDA EIGHTH JUDICIAL
whose address is 114 N. GILBERT S. BROWN, As Clerkof are required to serve a copy of CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
Walnut Street. PO. Box 995, Said Court your written defense, if any to BRADFORD COUNTY CIVIL
Starke Florida 32091. and file By: Marian McRae, As Deputy it, on the plaintiff's attorney, ACTION
whose and address it
name
the original with the Clerk of the Clerk
above.styled Court on or before 10/134tchg 11/3 Hon. Mack Futch. P.O. 1086 ROOSEVELT DELL SR.,
Starke. Florida and file the LEROY DELL, JR CAIN DELL.
original with the clerk of the ABEL DELL STEVE DeSUE

above styled court on or before JULIUS DeSUE LEO DeSUE

November 19 1977: otherwise a IRENE GOODWINE, MAE RENA
LEGAL NOTICE judgement /may be entered. HAMPTON, JENNIE''SUE
eVJth against 'YOU 4or the relief demanded HAMPTON,''' ELLA' MAE DELL'TYSON ." '

GO'Mt in the complaint or WILLIE DELL. Heirs of .>

Notice is petition.WITNESS ROCHELLE DELL ERNEST
hereby given that the 1977 my hand and the DELL DORIS DELL HAMP

seal of mid Court on October 13 TON. LOUISE CUMMINGS
Tax Rolls are now open for collection as of 1977. DELIA COVINGTON. ROSA

S TYSON. LOIS
November 1st in the offices of the Tax Gilbert S. Brown ELIZABETH TYSON HAGAN.

As Clerk of said Court
HANKERSON. OSCAR
Collector in the Bradford County Plaintiffs DELL.

:i-- By: Beulah M. MoodyAs vs-
'
Courthouse Starke Florida. Telephone: Deputy Clerk
ROSETTA M. DELL, JOHNNY

23 channel o .. 964-6280. Office Hours: 8:30: to 5:00: 10/20 4tchg 11/10 the TYSON unknown, JESSE spouses TYSON heirs and


cam Pace Monday thru Friday except legal holidays.If creditors devisees, grantee of CHARLES, assignee DELL or

Bae.I.tlonSIRFm t.rPA RETAIL SALE and his WIfe ANNIE DELL
circuit AUTOMATIC noise taxes paid in : NOTICE OF SALE deceased both
and
any party
79.95 NOTICE OF SALE of
llmller Switch 17995
repossessed mobile home on the claming by. through, under or

Over stockinghas 8th of November 1977 at 10 against such unknowns; and
TRUBY AND DAVIS if alive,
NOVEMBER
4% Discount
a.m.The and if dead, the unknown
forced undersigned will sell the
us DECEMBER following home: 1973 LUV spouses heirs, devisees
3% Discount
23 channel JSBEISBE29C8 0- o 60x12. serial No. 24430. Said grantee, assignees, or creditors

to sell ALL our JANUARY 2% Discount sale will be held at the Plaza of TRUBY AND DAVIS, and any

RETAIL SALE Homes 2425 Memorial Blvd.. party claiming by through

CB equipment... Catalina III, mobile, S-mat r i a..9s 49.95 -I" 41k FEBRUARY 1 % Discount Lakeland Florida 33801. under unknown or against such
f''w The undersigned reserves the
Below-Cost I t SBEZfrCB; u <# MARCH right to bid-American National Defendants.
No
Some at Formula D.delune mobile unit Z299S 99.95 J.-- Discount
Bank and Trust Co.. 101 N. MaIn

prices. This sale I Con.olen.SSB SBE.IfrCB IMlulaloon 47495 199.95 APRIL PenaltyJ. St.1tchg, South 11/3 Bend Ind. NOTICE CASE NO.OF ACTION 77-451


will never be TO: The unknown spouses,

heirs devisees, grantees,
R. Kelly NOTICE assignees or creditors
repeated. James W. Ouwrte has made of
40 channel Pace CHARLES DELL and hi* wife
Tax Collector application to the Bradford ANNIE
DELL both deceased,
SALE County Zoning Board for
RETAIL and
MMMotMkf. Bradford County reclassification of the property any party claiming by.

1\pIl ___ .-. PA.*il. spk 1M9S 69.95 described below from R1C to EA through under or against such
unknowns and TRUBY
nineteen l acres((19)) located 11/4 ; AND
Mob i *. S-m.Mc tocMist.. PA 199 95 99.95 rnle East of Hwy 301 off Laura DAVIS, rf alive, and rf dead the

1J2S&BC 1113.11'0 Church Road m Section 19, unknown spouses, heirs. ,
.- oi: SSB tvrvt.S-rw.Ma. MB cUnlitr 499 95 299.95 devisees grantees. assignees or
---- creditors of
TRUBY AND
JV Li 7 ,
DAVIS. and any parry claiming

Study The Bible With Me! by, through under or against

,ooorratrlleeacn.rirwasid.B.nd 40 channel x JOHNSON such unknown; and al parties
NOTE THESE KEY FEATURES, having or claiming to have any
right title or interest in the
Rag R tad Ji99 94 Now $95 4120 RETAIL SALE 9:45: A.M. Every Sunday Morning following described land, to-wit:
MotoIeLED.ch Indcalo., .e.'
23 srnr/w/Mj ciiws *** wrri 4 Mire m itmumg f spk. |jack 129 95 69.95 I r Auditorium Of First Baptist Church In Starke The Southwest Quarter of the
output ** cft nn 's SSB miin 12 pane PEP maititiym
1*q.' Output' 00'6.' Tnnimit, md Rec.... inOicHot hgnrt e 4170Mobile. e" Southeast Quarter of Section
AM ,Sal a"tlUS8 mOd. status Htaicmiot iignit S..irc"aa.. LEO.N8 switch: PA. 13.Township 6 South. Range 21
1'00..8/.nft.r cIICu"'CH Iupprsi"t0 impvlH no.s.mrrf.."[. tocJdist.switch :24995/ 149.95 ry Fin. Bradford County, Florid
Built" Pt/CB control fall itnyi Hf dun Cofltd e PA yk
Jack e SHf....'er Uounlifo 8rc'fl 4230Base.. LED.ant switch PA. w Class Ends At 10:35: A.M. YOU AND EACH OF YOU

loc/disl 249 9S 149.95 "** ARE NOTIFIED than eriectianto

S Rev. Ben Bryant quiet the title to the above
S You will hate time to attend the described land ha* been filed

Plus Many More Mobiles & Base Stations ) against you and you are required
Church of your choice for the morning Worship service. to serve a copy of your written

defense.if any to it, on Philip A.
S e F.C.C. LICENSED EXPERT CUSTOMINSTALLATION If You Are Not In A Regular Bible Study Class You' Are' Delaney ANDREWS 11

TECHNICIANS DeLANEY Plaintiffs' Attorney,

CouCh'S CB technicians Couch. takes the worry Cordially Invited To Be A Part Of who** soldier is 1133 NW.
are licensed by the Federal out of installing your CB 23rd Avenue, Gainesville
Communications equipmentbyotteungamission Florida 32601 on or before ttw
to insure you complete custom installs This .Class. Men And WomenOf 23rd day of November, 1977,
and file the original with the
gel maarmumperformance lion service
S /"omo..q..pmen'. -- AIIAges Are Welcome. clerk of this Court either. before
service Plaintiffs'attorneys or
rCOUCH'S immedwtery thereafter; otherwise .
a Default will be entered

against you for the relief
t" demanded in the Complaint..
; First: Baptist: Church WITNESS my hand and the

I ELECTRONICS I .. .. : :v7.:;; day seal. of of this October Court on trw 19771 19th


*1* NORTH MAIN >r.,M3 ': GILBERT S. BROWN
Stark. Clerk of tr e Circuit: Court
Of
By:rrhM. Moody. Deputy


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Dolores Meng background and' taking the J g f ..
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Phone 468-ms dunking o ":: .

MeetingsThe Scott Clark helped his father 'm'HJIIE S SI.tJlftV.1'1 illt'FJI ED S

Hampton City CouncilIs all day long in preparationsand ( f trwillr.lJar-
'"
scheduled to meet on ,ideserves' gratitude for :

Tuesday. November 8, at 7:30: assisting at his Alma Mater. : y ;i I I

p.m.The in the Hampton City Hall.'Senior special Merchants, thanks deserving are McDonald' \ ; : : r.< li Q REALTY k ;

Citizens Club will meet againon .,. Hardee's Denmark's. :J ( 'J

Friday November 4, In the Winn Dixie Eckerd'sand I LOCATION

City Hall at 2:00: p.m. It can Wishbone. HELP WANTED HOMES FOR SALE J AUTOMOBILES USED PERSONAL SERVICE FOR SALE < r 205 N. TEMPLESTARKEFLORIOA)

really be beneficial for' you Sergeant D. Barber'' of :\.

who are 60 or more to attend Starke visited the school .
on
meetings. Not TEACHER AIDE pooitlouop NEW HOMESi Low. maintenance. IMS CHEVELLEi P8. AT HANDYMAN All bore 'YARD SALE NOV. sth,
these only are Friday as a' State Highway .. 307 ... la., KeritenVClassic 30 mlnuttgto Gainesville I
fun but also educa HS grad experienced brick, 3 BR,2 Bath, AC. repair Interior/exterior) Household Hems furniture,
they honal. Patrolman. He entertained children. St.Mark. AM/FM minutes. to Jacksonville r't,
with Day fireplace. Keystone area, mats remodeling, housewashlng adds A soda SR 230 East '
The president, Mrs. Evelyn Mrs: Jean Clark's and Miss School Phone 964-6128 from above Keyatone 0..... N. stereo, 8 track.. Phone 782J165. and painting. Special right. .. 230A. lot dirt road 50 minutes to Silver Springs :Ii

Vaughan, keeps an up to date Joyce Kuykendahl's 1st, 2nd 8:30 t. 9:30: ...... Itch, 11/3 cloilna coit. Priced from tll.heRA"NGER'X; Retes/terms for senior .. left. Itpd 11/3 50 minute to St. Augustine

list of merchants'who give and 3rd graders with films $33,000. Adam Builder. cltlaen Free estlmatas.Phono 80 minutes to Dayton
worthwhile discounts with the about a Talking Car and WOMAN to do housecleaning ;)- 473-2056 or 473-<1078. 8/18 :T. l97i7A"7T.: 9644961 after 5 p.m. HAY' FOR BALE Highly i 150 minutes Cape Kennedy

presentation of a Senior Mission Possible. They one day per week. U/chf 390 c.l..' P/S. A/C. for Immediate attention, fertUUod.. WIU store In my 150 minutes to Disney WorldS !'
This Own transportation. Phene radio/beater gun r..... 10/20 3tchg" ill .
Citizens card can save learned safety rules and barn for yon, pick up when
9646231. Itpd 11/3 FURNISHED or unfurnished. Want era .mirror bumper
you money! appreciated the badges and BusTNE8S-; .. 3 BR'reasonable guard, mud flaps, trailer you need *. Phone 782-3140 acre tract, cleared,fenced,cross-lenced plus 3 B R
after 4:30 ,.... 10/20 4Uhg
frame
Congratulations them home. Only 121000.
posters given by Sgt. PORTUNITYi Have down payment and will hitch dual exhaust camper BIL :i8AWSH
highly 11/10
Happy Anniversary to Bill Barber. Since all the children' profitable and elegant dree carry morta-.,.. IOU Butler top cab. A running light ..rvl.Complete '
sharpening ,
and Josephine Fontaine who returned to school after a safe chop' your owe Featuring Road. 11/3 2tchg 11/10 Good tire. (1,800. Phono circular hand carbide, Beautiful two BR home with Income apartment or i

will be celebrating 43 happy Halloween his visit[ was over 135 nationally knownbrandi ;; 494-2842. Itpd 113WANTED" chain mower bl.d. hollow OAK FIREWOOD 120 per guest house. $23,000. !
years together on November considered effective. The with DOUBLE-WIDE: Mobile and
great atvlngs """" ground balanced. Leave pickup. truck. Phone 782- i
4! students were all busy this to your emkmen14SU0 Home: 24x65 3 BR, 2 bath .t Jackson. Building Supply" 3434. '
... tllehgWAT90N'8 Country living on four acres in 3 BR /frame home.
family room, carpet, e /.
Birthday and Include beginning Inventory Starke. i
Happy many week writing letters of A fUturs toad.1.... ".000 down and or Keystone Helghte. Has 2 wells, mobile home site,.septic tank, 14x24 !.
,training
more to Mrs. Evelyn Vaughanwho gratitude to Sgt. Barber. NrhgALUMINUM'BIDiNGt HOUSE OF
will be celebrating on Mrs. Ernestine Denmark's5th Have your ton open and aroma Thorpe SR payment 225 ner Jim 18. PRIVATE PARTY wanted VACUUMS many brand of Utility building, small barn S2 ,SOO. :
established before Christ- to buy alder /Income
: "
November SI and 6th grade students ...... Call Mr. HlUiird 1-501- alter 5 p.m. 1113 3tchg 11/17 nw vacuum Used
property regerdlei ol Awalng, gutters, window,
Mrs. Garnet Studer enjoyedher celebrated "National PopcornWeek" machines available. Expertropob Good-looking brick rancher CH-A, large lot on ; ,
9459661. Itpd 11/3 condition. Write to R. D. Garrlaoa.Phone .
eU. Joseph
October 28th birthday at school last week. Jaemlu,880 N.Temple Av., 964-5205. 8/.. tf/chg *,all make. Parte and Madison St. Nearly new. So well Insulated the utility
celebration with the visit of DOG CATCHER City ofHampton 3 BEDROOM HOME and 5acre acceorlo for all vacuumsystems. bill Is unbelievably, I
Donna
Mowry gave an in Stark, Fla.. 32091. Itpd
la
aeeklng part- for Dole by owner. 404 NW 10th
oo"MCLE'A a .
her grandchildren Cheryl and Informative 11/3 V RE
teresting
time dog catcher. Located 2 mile Eaat of Avenue, GainesvDIe. Phone
Ann Greg and Van Page and report about popcorn; tellingthe Reponlbl lor catching; no- Mlddleburg. Priced to sell PAIRS: All make. all 3Te-7uo. tf/chg 3 BR; 2 bath loSO sq. ft. frame home with CH I A on :
their mother June Page from principal states where tagged dog and taking. themto (51,500. Phone 2824684anytime. WANTED House to move. model. Starke. Sowing Va acre on U.S. 301 South of Starke, S28.500. Have to ;

Jacksonville on Sunday. popcorn is grown; what Ucenaed ".t. City bae 10/27 4tchg' ../17 Pbene 373-5504 evenings.Itpd CeokrY1S East Call Street UTILITY BUILDINGS;: All' see to appreciate. "t

We are proud of Debbie makes it pop and other popcorn ordinance which require all ../3 phone 964-8312. 4tpd. aluminum( prewired reeep-

Parmenter D.J. Riddick and facts. To top it off: Mrs.. dog to bo tagged. WE-BUY"' PECANS.-Phone table,light awiuhee, light, NEEDED-Modest site homes in 15 to thousand fli
Darla Roberts who were Evelyn Bauldree served large Prospective pereona may 3 BR FRAME HOUSE 1 tongue and groove door I
deiire to read ordinance before on 964044. TF/chg delivered and set price range in good repair.
those on the A and A-B of and in ol land up.Financing
among bags popcorn Pepsi's acre la. Rallord. ,
ehall -
applying. Salary available, 48
Honor Roll for the first six this class. b. determined by bid of Equity and, ...uia. payment HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR SALE months t. payt 60 up shoe8rxuklelfitarYs,984.0020 to. Are you the "discriminating" person with money to

week period of school.Congratulations Library helpers during the prospective employee. Have .* of (86.90. Call for need .U va and refrflger or back up your taste lor luxury, yet Informality For <<

to all the past month included Melody ...I.d bid to City Clerk' en Broek.r85.1810 11/3 10/27 Gore OLIN'S MOBILE LIVESTOCK 2 good brood 964-6021. 5/12 U/.... YOU we have on Hampton )aka. (i1)) Brick home

citizens of Hampton who Green MitchellColen and or before 12/12/77 and bid* 2tpd HOMES SALES 9645606. sows 3 calve weaned., 3 with extra lot complete with dock and Boathouse; :I

made this one of the safest Diane Waldron. will be opened at regular Ppen T Jay a week. U/ b. month old; 3 ...ltto... Phone BAHIA NAYS Argentina, (Unpretentious) yet elegant brick and redwood, ,
.
cleanest and most enjoyable New students welcomed at meeting, 12/13/77. 11/3 SEE WHAT (26.000 wOl buy WE BUY PECANS DATLYi 964-8699. Itpd 11/3 highly fertilized, phone 964- furnished. ___ ;

Halloweens on record. A big' the school recently are: Shelly 2tchg 1110Interviewing on your lot. A 3 BR, 2 bath J.R. Walnwrkjht, A S.... 6071. 7/21 U.h.C"iiNS'FOR Over 7000 sq. ft. CB building at 414 E. .

Thank You to the Mayor Mr. Grell and Cheryl Thomas in CEUTiTLE-ViPiii;; ;;;;. CB with separate LR and Stark Farmere Market. YARDS : ThursFr"lSat. ; Brownlee..Prime commercial location..priced i
DR Located oft 325 SALE: 22'a.25's .
area. on
TF ICh. Rain or shine. Bicycles,
William Summers and all Sandra Melton
Kindergarten.
Clerk.. Applk.et Prevail Rd. Follow the tools,etc. Something. and 38's sold .t DAh- right! It
who are cooperating in and Sean Smith joined Mrs. carpet .'
mut be Brrdlord AFFORDABLE HOMES WANTED TO RENTS A for 1 1/4 mfle ... Discount. TF I.h. I
making Hampton a better Arleen Rich's 3rd grade class County resident, uaemplayed arrow to thla localbn .r call spot to winter beneybee SR everyone.225 Weet of Lawtey.Itchg on. The creak of a barn door: l7Vi acres with 2 trailer :

place to live! and Angela Thomas Is a new 15 week. prefer 3 473-3133 for detail. 10/27 Joseph Carey. Coodridge, 11/3 LIMEROCK FOR BALE hook-ups plus 28x70 concrete block barn with

h1 r: and Mrs. Wilfrid student in Mrs. Kathryn year public contact sxperbte. Stchg' 11/10 Minn. 56725. Phone [21S12944207 Phoao 782-3172 after 6 p.m. bathroom! $25,000 Hurry I ;

Fontaine attended the Wigglesworth' class. .. Contact Fl.. State coDeet. 10/27 3tpd MATTRESSSPiDoubl. : 7/14 tt/chg

!Mclntosh Fall Festival on Lunch: Menu Employment. Ser"I.11/3.. 209 Ilea bed *nt*, sad fram*. Yes, we do have listings on Kingsley Lake.
W. Call St., Itchg FOR SALEDiamondneedlee
Good 150. AI.o.b.by
condition. ,
Saturday. Arts and crafts Nov. 7-11 MOTORCYCLES
for stereo, over
were displayed and the .MONDAY: Salisbury steak WANT TO SUB TEACH? WANTED: Heed refrigerators bed Phone 7823544. 247 dlffereet any one, we have OF PARTICULAR INVESTMENT INTEREST

Fontaine's showed and sold with gravy mixed vegetables St. Mark. Day School need SUZUKI OF STARKEi waahera, atoves la Itpd II 13 them ash DAh.....'. 1. Tuck's Drlve-Inn 301 South. :X Demorest homeon

some of their handiwork. They rice strawberry shortcake substitutes. Phono 964-6126. athorlaed Suiukl" dealer.Phono your. goad condition. Phene Deh- AIR CONDITIONER! Discount U/..... Park Place .adjacent Starke Shopping Plata
the fife biscuit milk.TUESDAY. Itchg 11/3 ra.r'a Diaeaut. at 984-7923.
enjoyed Tampa band 964-6020. 1640 South 25.000 BTU Carrier wall
the Boy Scout and Lions Clubs : Sloppy joe Walnut |30t South In tf/chg unit practically a.... Phone W* aluo have new Ireezer, Cece/ia/ T Terwil/egar//
activities also. buttered corn french fries 2 TRAINER POSITIONSfor Stake.urhg. ] 964-7443. See at 600 W. electric .t."..,and ....h....
milk.WEDNESDAY. handicapped pro-echNihem. Adkina. St. 11/3 DAHMER8 DISCOUNT. m NEW LOCATION! i
fruit Itpd
!Mr. and Mrs. James Meece jello,
..
Chicken bound program.Contact PERSONAL SERVICEEND Phone 964-7923. tf/chg 205 N. TEMPLE ,I
enjoyed the recent visit of Mr. : BUARC 964-7699 .
Mrs. Powell of with rice sweet MISCELLANEOUSGOOD YARD SALE Frl. A Sat. STARKEFLORIDAREALTOR
and George potato pone appointment. Hchg 11/3 PATIO COVERS 20x20 for
and need item
Stewart Mississippi. Mrs. green limas tossed salad OF SEASON New Furniture ceremlc prkedright. home ..d mobile homea. PHONE 964-7776
t
Powell is the twin sister of Mr. roll milk. SALESPERSONS to train PRICES PAID for SPECIAL) High preienre fur dlahe 1199 metalled. 1159 nnlntallod. .
clothing coat *
sod chemical to
used mobile home ifmortgage cleaning
THURSDAY Seafood lor Lutler Beauty consultant GATOR
Meece. : electric DeVoeHouee
mildew appliance
Hampton Lake pattie cole slaw corn bread *. Phone LouleStern. ...or.. OLIN'S Is 3/4 MOBILE paid or Any remove single story, bugs nomt ste., 540 W. Adkina. by ALUMINUM. Phone 372- '/
9645616. 11/3 3tchg 9767. 4620 N.W. 13th St.,
The community welcomes cheese grits peach half milk. HOME SALES 984-SBOIf. (25.85. Phoao 964-8961 after ball park. Itpd 11/3
and Mrs. Thomas FRIDAY Chili with beans 11/17 5 11/3 ../17 Gainesville, 8/11 tt/chg FAULKNER
Mr. Jerry : Open 7 day weekly. tf/chg p-m. 3Uhg
and family to the HamptonLake crackers tossed salad fruit HEATER' 100 gallon ----- E ,
milk. FOR RENT2ROOM WILL CARE f.r Infant and ...r..a. tank and stand
area. They have cinnamon roll
and cup pr..rbool children la my pin Col..... kerosene. MOBILE HOME m
daughters Cheryl Angela AUTOMOBILES USED .home,days. Phone. 9644243. ....t.r. Botb la excellentcondition. A GEORGE ROBERTS JR.
attending Hampton Girl Scout APT. and 1 Itpd 113CARPET Phone. 468-1475 PARKINSIDE Reg.Reel EataU Broker.
Elementary School. KITCHENETTE Com 1974 FORD PICKUP--:"F- Hampton, after 6 p.m. Itpd ret Alton L Phoao 964-7826 I Itu ,

!Mrs Mary Overholser plstsly"ernlobed. all CLEANING for 11/3 CITY LIMITS Av. 1 i
Temple
100 Carom P/S A/C 126 S.Water St. North
.... rpi
Underwood
I enjoyed a recent trip to Newsby 301 North In Starke.. MoUl. chrome wheela, 36" topper, the holidays We are nowtaklag Walk to Bradford SyuartOrDovntown Starke. ,Florida 1 Iraaxeil0alpA i ir
Kidgecrest N.C. where she 29,000 mtlaa ODD owes sppolntmeata ...dgivly LOOKING FOR AN 984-5085 -
attended a Baptist Retreat 1nOVBLEWIDE Phone '. 10/20 3tpd FREE estimate. for ORGAN for Christmas ,-- ----. -y .
Carolyn Eaves Mobile 1. r'JDODGE .0 from Lewroy TG-44 electronicorga ISO Par Heath { .
Hi" : ; carpet cleanlag new .... .
with rjends., The scenery was '' j jno -- -
leader for uafurnlihed. 1
As a Girl Scout Home, Uwy bsf "- .._tlc rhythm. ABCIty Couveaieacii bTth r-
witiir) unto ChrfctraarrCan r* 3 BR. 1 C/H A A, : : bouse,
] the--
especially:i Aaaufafuli Stake, S140/month. 46Rrm.
r8'1
the jjast'TeW Ye feel! very" DART 1975 6 cyl. Nov. 30 and. receive FREE Excellent.. condition. Music Fire,Pelico PreteeUoa, caetom Largo
drape nn'.crew
sun shining on the autumn strange talking about' Girl Phene' 496' 2928 with A/T P/S A/C new deodorising and Seetchgard. Included. Phono 964-6280 City Gas,Water" c.rp.t."oub" 1 1/4 LR. family nom..n :
foliage and snow on the Scout cookies in November. luhg 11/3 radial. Fin* shape,. (2,500. protection with any'carpet ..t. 205 daytime; 964-7941 Sewer ecrea la garage moat en dealrabl just off SR 16. j jI
ground in some areas. The fact remains it is Girl '" -" Phoa. 9644038 after 5:30 cleaned. Phone 964-8901.' night. 11/3 2Uhg 11/10 J -----
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lecatloa.
3 BEDROOM Mobil; Home Jo-Lu Motel Nicelyoud- 301 North 3 BR. LR;
11/3 11/17
her Stpd
Angela Meng celebrated Scout Cookie time November .pjn. 11331.17 aeped. '
with central .heat, onKlngsley YARD SALE Frl/Sat frame house, on tea
5th birthday on October 27. 2 thru 14th. The cookie Lake. Phone 533- 964-8810 -- --- { and "' .c"1tractor I
End /
DODGE books
STATION 11 Clothe, eta
HOME REMODELING:
She and her parents Mr. and Beautiful 13 Acre estate .
notified there
us 2366. 11/3 - -
company tf/chg WAGON 1971 A/T A/C It'. la the home, w* do It!" Reed by Hammond
Mrs. Carlton Meng from would be an increase in pricein good tlrse and motor. 650. Plumbing, electrical Discount. Phono 964-8271. with 3 BR. 2 1/2 "bath 'Sev.ra1.o..r.llllot.. *.|

Jacksonville visited her 1978 so we are selling in 1977 4 BR HOUSE unturnlahsd.. ALSO 55 gel drrms3.. roofing, room addltlo, I tc'3' large swlmmlag pool. 301.
barbecue rock
pit
grandparents Mr. and Mrs. in order to keep the price the 1275/montb. No pet. Phone Phone 964-8771. Itpd 11/3 eta Good work at a patio - -
water fall
Paul Meng[ and family. over same as well as the profit. So 9647521. ttehgTRAILER reaonbl pr"., reforoaese.Phone 1977 HONDA 400 with garden., other extraa.You pu.atrN. 12 acre end 3 BR CB 2baths

the weekend Other visitors please call your favorite Girl 1974 PLYMOUTH FURY.: 9648087. 11/3 .4tchg" helmet 4 ....old t.... over must may see to ..p.preclat. home, with family Weet room of
with 2 bedroom CH/A
A/C. P/S AT.tan A Also, PACE 113
included Mr. and Mrs. Bill Scout and place your order. 11124 payments. ..
and family of St. one child only, no p.to. brown,V8, famfly c.r. clean. BASE CB radio, AC DC Lowly I
Meng We are really excited this Phone 9648816. Itpd 11/3 CRYSTAL LAKE --- -- -----
rune aad look like .... plugpower mike, hood
Petersburg and Tim week about the addition of the WE BUY mobile home axle mike 5/8th antenna, BRADFORD COUNTY De you have a green. 3 BR t bath block. house .la
1495. Phone wave,
!McLaughlin of Miami. Scout At .. 9648777.1tpd11J and tlr... Pick up or de9v.r.OLIN'S thumb Plant nursery witha
Girl Troops. BEDROOM trailer .tr.1 Saratoga
new 75 ft., coax, 6 .... old. (150 --- -- Helghto.L ..
Mr. and Mrs. Otis Leech of least the leaders are new and heal. A/C Phono before MOBILE HOMES or make. offer. Phono 496- Low Owner reported good Income.be -- ...- r

Owensboro Kentucky have some of the girls. We have 11:30 ...... or after 9 p.m., GMC SUBURBAN 3/4 tonpicktip. Hwy 100. W..t. Open 7 days 3020 after 4 p.m. Itpd 1113 11a....b.dl.n cottage a alee 2 bath. ..0.. ... sad .Two 20ecr.rule very)

returned home after spending another Brownie Troop at 9647047. Itpd 11/3 1973 with option a week, phone 984-8606. with acceso t* Crystal beautiful fireplace.We reasonable. Just off SR 16'
tf/chg ---- ..
several weeks with her sister Starke Elementary under the Low m0eye.4J10D.. Phono. HAY FOR BALE J....* L..... 14500. .bava commercial paved ro.

Mrs. Viola Lefebvre. They leadership of Barbara Cain lobed AVAILABLE 3 BR .....11/3. ea paved Far 473-2352 11/J .rsai.p.lkhg. : SEWING MACHINES Gasklae.11/3 2uhg Phone 11/10 964-8356. Aaother-Good-- -Bay-; Newlyreuevated property on 301 N. A S. 3 BR brick--wk11---bath, mtewa.

enjoyed visiting relatives in and Senior Scout Catherine ....... 10 mile r.dhra of REPAIRED all makes 2 BR hems with with or without bulldl.... .
Tampa friends in Gainesville have another d....., oiled aad adjusted.. ---- -
Schoening. We Stark, Lake Butler, 1975 CHEVY LUV with .hug ....1.. Lr, fireplace" ,
and at Cedar (7.Work.......t..... Jama Paul H.Faulkaer.. 3 .
fishing Key Brownie Troop at Southside Ralford Br..k.r. topper leg HghU 1 let each carport, concrete drive BR 1 bath, block' horn m
while here. under the leadership of 1160/month.. Phono 4982841. 1/" wheel and 15" wheels. Strickland.earner/ Morgan If way 27000. RtaltorAaeoclalea Stark City Limits.
PTA Carnival Sharon Williams and Hjalmar Itpd 11/3 (2400. Phone 473-2352 eve. Road sad. Uwy 16. tl/chg' ----- -- --

Mrs. Jolene Friese and her McMillan. Also Junior Troop lUhg' ../3FORD Carradine'sfer Lota la Lake Hampton
TINY FURNISHED Need y..O spsc heater. Oaks. Beaattful building Irene L. Faulkner.. GEORGE ROBERTS JR.
coworkers are to be complimented 614 will meet at Starke HOUSEi Charming.. ........? Nod a new 00 orGe slue la a restricted area, Evtningt S64-SUt Reg.RolE.nleBrokerP6.e.98d .

for the very suc Elementary under the US/month.NO pete. Phoao COURIER low 1973. *.pac* hoater7 Ceatoct from (2,950 .p. C..ed Susan M.BakkcaEvinttigt -7828
cassiaand/ enjoyable leadership of Elizabeth Ann 964-7521. 10/27 pick up. mileage, oxe.cond. REGISTER OIL CO., BOOTSJUSTIN.WRANGLER term 961617SFloriUnd

Halloween Carnival held at Kidd. Great! Every Brownine luhg 4508.. Itpd 1795.11 13 Phono 473- P......, 994-5888. tin. ---- .OPEN Saturday A.M.., I

the Hampton Elementary who filled out a green form or MOBILE HOME n country otchg' 11/3 Col us today for waterfront ,

School Saturday night! called me has been placed in a fmralahed,children ...Ico.... WILL SACRIFICE economy property, .home*, !
Besides being furr for the troop this yea and most of the P...... 9644114 or 473-4777. 1975 Mesa HaUhbach. One JR. RE AMES HEATER Belt She .Ia..r.. .... aad. acreage.LJC. Realty

youngsters it was a reunion Juniors will be placed by the 4/7 UVagMOBILE owner, low mfleege apprex. CLEANING AND REPAIR 18 to 58 ----- 393 N.Temple Ave. r,,
... .It thae tehave .EDWARDS HI
Winter >
for former students and 30 Phone 964-5824 .Ia. ri,
time middle of November. Many mpg. aadferiece Realtor Star.....Fla.Offleei ,
friends. thanks leaders for all this HOMEt 2 BR, afur 6 p.m. year heater Bag WallenLdlaa 964-7700 i,.

Costume contest winners in wonderful leadership. located 12.50,..water Sr 235.furaUhed Phme. .964- 1967' CAMARO. .* Call cleaned Jr. Reams aadchecked. Moc.ela.V..v 473-4903 Going barber A beauty Lillian C Pearson :

the categories of Most Brownies In Troop 683 have t".". 782-4326 or 964962. 11/3 and 11/10 business an 301. Goad
5630 altar 5 Itpd 10/27 mechanically, A/T P/S
Original Prettiest and Ugliest already had an overnight at p.m. P/B. 1500 lam ...... by 7tpd 1124ALCOHOLICS ..,-.-way plea corner property Real Estate )

were won as follows: their leaders home and they FURNISHED r... 18R appt. ..1,. Phone. 964-5133. ----- Florldt/
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.. Lawtey.
3.86 1ST' 301
Preschool-David Roberts really had a good time. electricity aadho 11/3. 11/3 2tchg" line. ANONYMODS. CARRADINE9LEATHERBBOP acr. <

Wayne Crawford. Jr., and Brownies in Troop 325 had a apartment. water .!.rol...... Pheoe.9MM71 l' Phaao. 964-6894 er [D3 RALPH 12x44 10x10 kdl.reeatrd.hen air..2. 782-3806
BR utility *
964-761 aagFOR Lawtay' .Florida
Danielle'' Hersey. Kin Halloween party which they Itpd ton 1968 PLYMOUTH FURY 4 7824400WIT 12x20 .t.r... shed. with
dergarten and 1st grade: really enjoyed. It was given door. ., runs good. Phew .7821366. -' qt.IOII! BRYAN 18x28 concrete floor. 3 BR. 2 Bath CB Home
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Donny Roberts. Denise Curtis .by.their new Senior assistants., t 'BS Rovset Kitchen. tf/chg SALEALUMINUM ----- CH4A.closed garage, nice
and Billy Jordan: 2nd and 3rd .. dialog room, carport, utlily tHEVDUMP Real Estate 10 acre with. .big, piNS ea bt. ....... 5 114 percent -
TRUCK
grades: Todd Parker. Mindy Don't forget the cookie room, large let In tow. 1968 C-80, rue good,damp SHEETS 'Drill. 'jnq graded r..... 011 SR 123 mtg. (33,000. .

Hersey'' and Sid Russell. 4th i sates /ISOmech.100 d.pe.lt.Ph ,...d. P.... Cardm. Bra*.* 2117 N.. Temple East of Lawtey. 3 BR frame-..-..-.. CH A A, ::

and 5th grades: Jody 'Mona Wad- 1110KITCHENETTES._ 9644020. lip 2tcag M4-6750. (1200.10/27 4Uk 24 5/8"B 36- ....." .2" thru 6" 984.8788 30 acre--form---load. N* '.. corner I.t. (15,000. _
sworth.Tommy Parker 11/17 .
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Croll and Amy Clark. 6th 7th, CLASSIFIEDAD .23 Each 'Fast Rotary OFFICE OPEN ALL building -- 3 BR fu7aiehed. mobile ::

and older: Becky Crawford. Deadline for insertion *. utllltle. 1 BRepertmeat Included Drilli-ng. Equipment DAY SATURDAY 80 Nr.ir., 3 yr. aid hoe*., with addition, very i

lIRa Beth Young .and' Lynn Tuesday noon precetHnaniursday totally furalehed.Weakly Before THESE ARE' OFFSET .hems, largo bora, cowpeas eat, 13400. :
Dixon. SUN B.YAPPTMENT ad ......., cattle A --- .
meathly rate, STATE
Melissa Williams 'was the .befera.publlcation. Temple Motel' 880 N. You A PRINTING PLATES. LICENSE eouluaeeat. .,....aL The 8.7 acreo. SR 100. S- :
Buy 8 ma from Stark
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acre a
lucky winner of the transistor Minimum charge $1.00 ''Tempi.* Av.., Starke, Pheae Unlmlted. A..t.I Pumps old .boon need {earing; perfect family r3 -. 13,500. ;

radio and Paige Roberts won (Cov.rs" Words) 964-7357. 1113 4tpd 11/24 f! down, bat has goodmaterial. BR brick/block---. --homo,.. 10 Acr** facing. SR 230
the Timex watch in the Mobile 'Bradford Printers Pump well andoptic. A both aidea W.... Road
UIs ,
Each word ever I 1 oen priced( reduced) ;
Used
& .
children's prizes. Zina Beth 10 cent -' 'M-170f New. : (12,000.! 22,000.

had a free night on the Car PUBLICAUCTION Home 3 BR "eUm7a"uu7. a1d1.h. ...
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nival for selling the most Not" ---. for errart Every. Frl. 7:30 p.m.: Sales-Parts-Service 20 ease sad. 3 BR trot _. ea 1 acre. Mere mad. 36 JS Acre 1340 oa US I I
tickets. responsible OENERALMER .houeo ... 3 BR doable. / la available. 301. Terms (56JMW.
when given over the CHANDISE Sec LONGCHAMPHome E-Z;; 'Terms ..... Pecea amt oak tree
The Spook. House was en phone of when copy I Is 301 AUCTION and BuildingMaterials ._.. ... ereeoteaeed.Ch.ee Call 9447700VeraMP.Odem I
joyed by many youngsters and not typed and brought to John I rr..ri.rr..r.e..rrPluesmbinr .n Nerth *f Brute.WL LAWTEY AREA

thanks go to Judy Williamson office. HWY 301 NORTH Mil all or from S acre.W a...Real Estate -----
Cassie Riddick Gene Joyner STARKE -WE BUILD- np. ......... I' BR from .homo, .emplotoly .
Kelly Slade .Thomas Alder.man 473-3775 En....*V845476Pearl .
Old Moose Lodge Your Plans Or Oura New' Installation .have lots, .cr.... foreiehed,laL aewwasher .j y
Harold. Waters and ... ------ A dryer, (13.M.
hem. farms la Bred
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Building Your Lot Or Ours *
Bobbin Wadsworth who were A..._.,A_. .

among those taking care of VATIR3 11-3 4tcha 11-74 REGISTER' FREE ESTIMATES. I Remodeling. .ferd.*..tI..M.' Clay.hi city and, country Uniaa H47T39JaaetM.StarUag 10 Acree Juat off 8R-2J5W, r

this activity. .. :.... Remodeling Repairs '.jl aad waterfront. 782-S8M .flak pond, .t mehOe. .homeheehup :
MOBILE HOME *. hg bora
The ,Hay Ride was very LP GIS Addition. ". Repairs aad .
WrokobtALPH8RYAN9114.8208 (33
Evening* '
popular too and Bill and Judy *Bulldozer Work SERVICE POLES Hornet Bo t', ...:i.i.ui..r...... ___ \
Alderman are to be thanked 308 S. Thompson t3tr Durranc 1IJ AcroTt Brick .koaaoCHAA.
1 Realtor'
or.Small .
Large 1ge4 TniIecI" BRASDVGTONSadtwct
Sold
for the use of their: property.' 10O AMP eaai tF I .........res............ '. 3 BR, 2 bathe I \.
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Royce Joyner, furnished his *Landfill l "r 120320O 8.ECJA..1 l ----- .ART PATRAY -473-2039 (-11IIOld.. ...*.1...*. beautiful

tractor and equipment and : ACREAGE FOR PUMPSBtSUPPLY SaI._.. Service ...tu., (195,400. 1 I
toe*we*.
provided safe driving on these. Ponds AMP SALE Fine Selection Of Used
COMPANY t AsreeJuotTaBB40."'B- a
journeys assisted by DonRoberts. 6 prop. WAYNEDOVGLAS-
sy &
WILBUR WATERSM4.M1 ,r. ]? r ; ..,....r..n." i AvexStarke ,964453Seletmaa Cart Taken On (3JHM.DAT. I' 1
Of the Dunking M I 96443853HKghivay 884 N. Temple Cadillac Trade t '
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course.' -- ,EVENING: AWEEKEND j
Booth was a place of special MO W.M*a.on St.StarvermUft CASH A CAUr DOCKHeat SOI Smith I' LIST-WITH- US tool N.W. 13378-5301 '
fun with Coach Ben Moxley *Dearer Of .
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Starke 964-7061 WE HUSTLE! GAINESVILLE Pbea*783480} !
and A( IN. Wi.Uc I Htmrk : CylmaWABulliOaa
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CIIL'RCII ACTIVITIES
Menu Week ll'-7-II
by Elizabeth Terry ,
CHURCH OF GOD: Sunday '
School 10 a.m. Worship Phone 782-3300 MONDAY: :Sloppy Joe on Lovefeast at 730.: Sunday rehearsal' :,,
; w i by Elizabeth G.Walker 7:30: p.m., Sunday ;
Services 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.; Mr.. and Mrs. Chuck Moore LAWTEY SCHOOL NEWS 9t Phone 964-6638 School 10 a.m. Morning 9:30: a.m. Morning Worship 11 ''I''
Prayer Meeting Wednesday and sons of Lake City and Mr Milk. !a '* Senior Citizens Worship a.m., Communion a.m. .
730pm.: ; YPE Friday at 7:30: and Mrs. Danny Thompsonand Mrs. Ripplinger's class has TUESDAY Steak M The Strain Senior Citizens Service 5 p m.
: Salisbury
sons of Jacksonville, met begun a unit of study about the will meet Wednesday night, Ebezener Baptist Church: "
p.m.EVERGREEN With Gravy, Mashed
BAPTIST: their parents, at First Baptist newspaper. Pupils use various Green Beans. Peaches potatoes Rolls, Nov 16, at Jenkins Elem. Free Canaan true Churchof Tuesday night 7-8 p.m. Bible I,
Sunday School 10 a.m. Church, in Starke, and with sections of the Florida Times- Butter, Milk.WEDNESDAY. ,. Recreation Center on Pine ( God: Prayer Meeting Study Thursday* p.m., '
Worship Services 11 a.m. and their son Mickey Moore, were Union in studying about Pizza Cole and Florida Streets Tuesday night 7:30.: Friday Prayer Meeting. Sunday
7 p.m. ; Training Union 6 p.m.; 51st Wedding Anniversarydinner current events, consumer Slaw, French Fries: Pears All Senior Citizens are invited night the Choir from Greater School 9:30: a.m. Morning \I
Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7 guests of Mr. and Mrs. education and vocational Cookie Delight, Milk., to attend. Mrs. Mary M. Bethlehem Freewill Baptistwill Worship 11 a.m. Evening
p.m. Fred Moore. interests. TIIURSD/VY Lee, president. appear at 8 p.m.: in song Worship 6 p.m. Sunday is the J
FAITH BAPTIST: Radio Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Mrs. Tatum's third grade Cheese/ : VegetableBeef NAACP Meeting service. Sunday School 10 Pastor's 9th anniversary. All
Program on WPXE 8 a.m. Crawford and Mr. and Mrs. students presented a choral Toss Soup Salad, Chocolate Sandwich Pud- Southilde students line up The Bradford County a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m. members and friends are "
Sunday; Bible School 10 a.m.; Les McClellan, returned reading program to the other ding, MilkFRIDAY. to purchase donuts all part of Branch NAACP will meet Evening Worship 6 p.m. Invited to be present.
Worship Services 11 a.m. and Monday night after spendingthe classes Friday. The class was Macaroni & Halloween carnival November 22 at Pleasant !Mr. Pisgah A.M.E.! Church:
6:30: p.m.; Prayer Meeting week at Cherokee, N.C. divided into 3 groups with Cheese ) preparations.The Grove United Methodist Chorus rehearsal Wednesday
Wednesday at 6:30: p.m. They attended church at each of the groups presentinga Sweet ,Peas Bologna, Apple Cup, Sauce Green Church. All members and evening at 6 p.m. Communion New Bethel Baptist Chruch: }
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH: Victory Baptist Church in reading. The entire class Interested citizens are invitedto service llam.Pleasant Prayer Meeting and Bible I
Biscuits Butter Milk. '
Sunday School 9:45: am.; Maggie Valley on Sunday. presented the program for the .J. V attend. Study each Wednesday night .:
Worship Services 11 a.m. and Rev and Mrs. John office staff. 2nd Grade Trip The membership drive Is Grove United 7:30.: Saturday Nov. 12, before )
7-30 p.m.; Traimrlg Union 6:30p : Chastain. Mrs. Darlene MissCuttmo's class enjoyedan Spiced Ham & Cheese The first radio broadcast in on. The membership of all Methodist Church: Every first the second Sunday. The pastor' '\
m. ; Prayer Meeting Norman and sons, and Mr. apple bobbing game at the Sandwich Peanut Butter & the U.S. was made on Christ Interested citizens Is needed. and second Monday night at and Deacons will hold a i I
Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. Mrs. Vaughan Prescott and conclusion of classes on Jelly Sandwich, Potato Chips, mas Eve, 1906 by R. A. Day Care 7:30: Young Adult Choir business meeting at 3 p.m. ,I,
GRACE UNITED! family of Kingsley Lake, were Monday, October 31. Banana. Milk, FeJsenden. Day Care Center.and Head rehearsal. Tuesday night Sunday School 10 a.m. '
METHODIST: Sunday School Sunday dinner guests of Mr. Start Centers are in Operationat Young Junior Chorus Masonic Officers to meet
9:45 a.m. : Worship Services and Mrs. Leonard Norman the New R.J.E. center. All rehearses at 7 p.m. Wednesday Monday. "
11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m.; Choir and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Nor SOUTHSIDE ELEMENTARYUpcoming citizens who have small 7:30: p.m., Prayer The Grand Officers of the '
Practice at 7 p.m. and man and Sons.Friends children are invited to Meeting. Thursday night 7 Most Worshiful Prince Hall
Methodist Youth Fellowshipat of !Mrs Carol cooperate with the programs. pm., Bible Study. Sunday Grand Lodge Ancient Free i
7:30 p.m. Wednesday.The Coleman regret to learn that event-- Fall display of seeds. A table has Parents who are not workingare School 10 a.m., Morning and Accepted Masons and ,'
Childrens Departmentof she is still bedridden. Her Homecoming Parade Nov. 4. by Eddy Hall been set aside with many asked to volunteer help. Worship 11 a.m., Communion Eastern Star of the State of
the Church put on a play niece, Mrs. Joseph Starlingand In keeping with past tradition, Leaves are turning colors, kinds of seeds in containers Church NewsGreater Service 3 p.m. Florida will make his annual
during the regular Morning son visited her Thursday parents are encouraged to Birds are flying south Grannyis having their names on cards. Bethlehem Mt. Morlah United area visit with Francis
Service under the direction of night. Our prayers are with view the parade with their making pumpkin pie Nuts The students may try their Freewill Baptist Church: Methodist Church: Wed- Chapter number 140 O.E.S. at
Mrs. Judy Becker entitled Mrs. Coleman. children, by checking them are getting brown. Golden hand at identifying the Monday night of each week nesday night Prayer Meetingand New Bethel Baptist Church at
"MOSES KEEPS TRYING." Misses Martha Smith and out through the office before rods are growing. It is all a various seeds displayed. They Tiny Tots rehearse at 7:30.: Bible Study at 6:30.: Choir 8 p.m Monday, Nov. 7.
All Sunday School Teachersof Mary Lawson and Mrs Libby the parade and after the sign of fall. arealso invited to bring seeua Tuesday, 7:30: Prayer
the church met Tuesday Groves attended a dinner at student's lunch time. Students Fall Leaves from their yards to add to the Meeting Wednesday, 7:30: ,,,
Evening for a Training the Yearling Restaurant in remaining at school will walk bv Christa Jacobsen collection. Students ere encouraged Mrs Barbara Dean and Mrs. Prc
Session. Gainesville, Sunday evening downtown to Thompson Streetto Fall leaves are falling to feel, smell and Elizabeth Covington will SALE
HIGHLAND BAPTIST: given by their Employers Mr view the parade. falling without a sound. Fall, most especially to see the sponsor a Talent night Inventory
Sunday School 10 a.m. ; and Mrs. Stanley Mathis and leaves are falling, red gold, variety of seeds in our world.In program. All interested "
Worship Services 11 a.m. and son Hot Parents are welcome to yellow and brown. Fall leavesall Mrs. Duncan's fifth grade persons In the community are i
7 p.m. ; Prayer Meeting Miss Cathy Teston and her walk with a class to assist the over the ground. Fall the following students made invited to participate.
Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. cousin.. Miss Karen Mosley of teacher to supervise students' leaves are falling now they the A-B honor roll for the first Thursday night, 7:30: Story Prices On
I.ln.n.PTIST: : Sunday Highland spent the weekend safety, The Parent-Student blew In the town. six weeks: Pat Barber, hour. Senior Choir rehearsal Reduced
School 10 a.m. Worship with their uncle and aunt, Mr. Newsletter (annual report for Leavesby Rhonda Cason, Jan Brooks, 8p.m. Friday night, 6:30: the
Services 11 a.m. and 7:30: and Mrs. George Teston of 1976-77)) by Mrs. Lucille Payne Allison Denmark Cheri Foster, Kim Brown, Junior Choir will rehearse.The [ Select Many ItemsNURSERY
Group
pm ; Prayer Meeting Land of Lakes. will be sent home Monday, Leaves falling on the Pam Goolsby, Edward Senior Choir will go to
Wednesday at 7-30: pm. Mr. and Mrs F.L Robertsof Oct. 31\ one copy per family. ground Leaves in the airspinning' Kimbril, Rosaland Lennon Free Canaan Holiness Churchat Throughout 1
.SOHTIISIDK \PTIST: Jacksonville were Sunday Any family not receiving a round and 'round. Lisa Spivey, Dianne Wood and 8 pm. Friday night. 1I I
Sunday School 10 a.m.; dinner guests of their sister, copy should contact the school Fall is here so can't you see? Melanie Wood. Saturday at : m. the The Store. ,
Worship Services 11 a m. and Mrs. John Tye, Sr., and their office. The report has useful Leaves are with you and with Kim Brown and James Little Church will meet. '
7 p m Prayer Meeting nephew and niece. Mr. and information about the current me! Carlton are the two students Saturday at 6 p.m. the Sunday BUY NOW
Wednesday at 7 p.m. !Mrs.JohnTyeJr., and family.Mr school term, school calendarand It Is Fall who won transistor radios for School teachers will meet. PLANTS
ST. JOHN'S ;.MISSIONARY: and Mrs. Maxie Reddish personnel.Mrs. by Paula McKinney selling the most raffle tickets Sunday is Pastoral Day
Sunday School 10 a.m.; and son Randall of State Harrell's fourth grade It is fall, The leaves are for the Halloween Carnival. Sunday School 9:30: a.m. AND SAVE
Worship Services II a m. and Farm and Mr. and Mrs. has been seeing, feeling and falling down Down down, Congratulations to the Morning Worship 11 a.m.
3 p.m. on Second and Fourth Robert McClellan and son thinking about fall. They have down onto the ground. Isn't it following fourth grade girls Dinner will be served at 12:30.: ,
Sundays. Prayer Band Jeff of Heilbronn Springs made leaf prints and written fun, Running through a pile of for having been chosen to playin Evening Worship at 6 p.m. 5F i If Your Soil
at noon. visited their and leaves on the ground? the tournamenton '
Monday parents Mr poems about fall. Space doer volleyball The public is invited to attendall Needs SomeEnrichment
S:>n'RNA :MISSIONARY !Mrs. Les McClellan, on not permit printing all poems; Southside fourth and fifth November 2: Valerie Worship services.
\PTIST: Sunday School 10 Tuesday night. following are some of the graders are going to become McCloud Theresa McCollum, First Born Church of The
a.m. Worship Services 11 Mr. and !Mrs. Gene Howellof students work. super "sleuths" in learning to Patty Browder, Helen Rivers, Living God: Tuesday night, ,
a m and 7pm.; BTS 5:45p : Pompano Beach spent the use their encyclopediasbetter Valerie Risby, Lula Williams, 7:45: Prayer Meeting. Friday Mix In Some
m. Prayer Meeting on weekend with their brotherinlaw Fan and becoming Lisa Green, Sharon Woods night, 7:45: p.m. Tarrying( Rose Bushes-Junipers-1
Wednesday at 7 p.m. and sister, Mr. and Mrs. by Theresa McColIum members of the Independent and Stephanie Thornton. Service. Sunday School 10:30:
Earl Troxell and daughter. When i think of fall, you see, Investigators Club. A /I m. Morning! Worship 11:30: IlgustrurnviburnumFLORIDA
l.\\\TEY DIXIE Mrs. Barry Watts visited I right away think of a tree, representative of World Book TRAVEL ADVENTURE Home Mission 6 p.m. Y.P.C.W. .-
YOUTII LEAGUE her sister Mrs. Jean Bites of with its colors in a row, like a Encyclopedia will come to the or exchange service with Pittospoum '
A Turkey Shoot will be Hialeah from Friday until red or crimson bow. The school and give out materialsand EDUCATION Gainesville Church. PEAT '
sponsored by the Lawtey Thursday morning.Mr. winds seem to blind me, not instructions for the use of Sea Chief Kelly US Navy Greater Allen Chapel
Dixie Youth League and Mrs. Daniel like they're behind me. I also the encyclopedia. Upon Recruiting Station Starke A.M.E. Church: Tuesday 1 BU.
Association on Saturday Nov. Wilkison and daughter Danaof like to feel the wind until it completion of the lessons, the night Prayer Meeting and $139
Jacksonville, spent the goes behind the bend. The boys and girls will receive a" Monday 10 A.M. Til 2 P.M. Class Meeting. Friday night Bag Only
5th.Proceeds will go to the weekend with their parents colors of fall are red and blue; certificate of achievement, a Bradford Square '2'n.e 17: I I
Association and everyone is Mr and Mrs. Donald yellow and brown they are button to wear,and become an
urged to support this fine Wilkison Liana attended too. The orange licks of fire "Independent Investigator For A Quick Green Lawn Or Pasture All

group of boys and girls. The church with her grand- heat up my shoe then The library at Southside is'
shoot will be located 1 mile parents. someone else it heats up too. currently! featuring a fall A-l FOREIGN CAR Winter Long Plant Some ,

north of Lawtey. There will bea Johnetta Tye daughter, of ,
30 inch barrel limit-12, 16, Mr. and !Mrs John Tye, Jr., ---
and 20 gauges.PERSONALS. returned home from St SERVICE RYE GRASS 5 Lb.99c

Jacksonville Vincents on Hospital Fridav in STOP @@ffi DRAFTSSave : D r


Mr and: Mrs. Johnny Fuel This Winter! \ D11rlIJ S E E D 50 Lb. Bag Only 8.rs
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Jenkins of Jacksonville came t Mrs. Elsie Norman was off
!Monday afternoon and took L from work all this week with a \-7
their mother, Mrs. OJ An- leg infection caused from an T 1CCLEpR :
ders to the hospital in Palatkato i injury which she received on j E Free Lube Job With Oil GARDEN &
see her son James Anders. the job ago. FLEXtB / I
:Mrs Joyce Futch of t Mrs. Pear Griffis returned j TIRE SUN IORIDA
NURSERY :
Blackshear. Ga., was a home from Memorial \ RYSIAL WORK FOR VOUI Change- Good Until 11/20.77 CENTER
Tuesday evening dinner guestof t Hospital Jacksonville, on "" COVER YOUR WINDOWS, DOORS, BEST I
her son and daughterinlaw. Friday after surgery Our ,a II
CONTROL
M6N & BREEZEWAYS! I
!Mr and !Mrs. Terry i prayers are with her. PORCHES I 473-4001 II
Kutch and family, of r Gary Thompson of Finley, I Cul Fltx-0/ Glass! To Sut- i"1 suns, aswr u <0 539 E. Call St Starke, Fla I
Jacksonville Beach. They r Ohio visited his Mother, Mrs. -,, tEE/S ttT lack Over Screens or 49| C M"we, 32656 Phone 964-5745 1
Hwy. 100 & 21* Keystone Heights, 1i
and the C616Wmdowapenmgs' Amte tt w.dtni.
came with her to Lawtey t Daisy Thompson I| I
Tuesday night and she was an i 1\1.1\1. Jordan family this ) WARP PROS Chicago ROSSI Pioneers m Plailici since 1924 I I
overnight guest of her sister week. ( At Hardware. Lumber, & Bldg upgly Stores t
MIss Elizabeth Terry. The Col. and !Mrs William I
Terry Futch family went right t Wilson went to Cocoa Beach s
back home Tuesday night and I on Thursday to the Civilian ACME HARDWARE & BUILDERS SUPPLYStarke t
returned Wednesday for Mr. Military get together at the
Carl Prevails funeral. Miss i Patrick Yacht Club. Afterwards -

Terry returned home with they went to Fla. 301 E. Call St. 9646163The DEARBORN
them Wednesday afternoonand i Lakeland and returned homeon
stayed until Friday af Saturday.
ternoon. !Mrs. Frances Hamilton
:Mrs Mae Wells and Miss Mrs. Vernon Olin, Mrs. Frank
Arthurme Blanchard visitedher Porecca Mrs. George Restaurant Equipment Co.
sister, Miss Enza Blanchard Roberts. Sr. Mrs. George
at Baker County i (Hand Mrs. Perry Kemp, and 925 W. Adams ,Jax. HEATER
!Nursing'; home of Macclennyon Mrs. Hermie Kelly attendedthe SALEBUY .
Friday afternoon. United Methodist
Mr and Mrs. Bill Cham- Women's District Meeting at special ***special ***specialspecialNew
berlin of Jacksonville came First Methodist Church of
down on Saturday of last week L Ocala, on Saturday.Mr. iv .,..... t
and enjoyed an oyster roast at t and Mrs. Hermie Kelly Reach In Refrigerators
the home of their son and I visited their cousins Mr. and -
daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Paul Seavers, of GH.-20T S/S Front Aluminum Interiors
Jim Chamberlin and family.Mr. Jacksonville on Sunday af-
and Mrs. James Andersof ternoon. Commercial Deluxe Model
Palatka sent after theirMother Miss Arthurme Blanchard

Mrs. O.J. Anders on t was a luncheon guest of Miss *995 Less 10% Cash & Carry SAVE
Saturday and she went and 1 Esther Mason (her former Only
spent the weekend with them. room-mate of Jacksonville)
Mr.and Mrs. Lynn Bach of" on Sunday. After which she 50,000 Other Goodies At Popular Prices NOW ..
Beaufort. S.C. spent the visited her cousins C.S.
weekend with their Mother. McLeod, and Mrs O.L. The Restaurant Equipment Co. flf
Mrs. Daisy Boch and Grandmother Johnson also of Jacksonville. I 1 NOW
Mrs. !Nellie'; Wilkinson 925 W. Adams Jax

.
Mr and Mrs. Wayne Hardee With Safety Pilot
and family spent two weeks
with Rev. and Mrs. Raymond ARCHER TANNER
Caudill of Hampton, Tenn.
While there they visited in
Virginia and other places of FUNERAL HOME Unvented Crest Winter Special
interest. They attended

services Mr. and with Mrs.the Tom Caudills.Whaleyand U.S. 301 SOUTH STARKE- spreads a Model DRC 40

daughters of Tampa and r -., ....- carpet of warmth Only
Miss Lynn Whaley of Starke, ) .' 40,000 BTU
Serving Bradford ..
and Mr. Whaley's sister, Mrs. $#,.Y t\ :

Dorothy Malkowski, and Mrs. ,'( Crest is the best unvented heater! Its heat flows forward and

and Pat FOOT Mr.of and Detroit Mrs., Michigan Robert, if Surrounding : 'i j"ra i i!, c.It Is deflected down to the floor where it forms a carpet of 9 5 I
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comfortable corner to Does It
Smith and family, were : 1to I warmth to keep rooms corner. 1
( 449
too. Has the famous Cool
economically Safety
/
/f quickly-and
Sunday dinner guests, of Mrs. !
Nellie Wilkinson and Mrs. Counties Daisy Boch Radiants and a lifetime Hi-Crown burner.Smartly styled; in

Casey Dobbs of Jacksonville Complete coppertone, built for durability by, Dearborn.
spent Saturday with his i
parents Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Modern {
Facility
Dobbs. ,
Mrs. Sammy Eunice and } Sawyer Slade 'J
daughter. Tina Marie visited Serving All Faiths Ja
her in-laws, Mr. and Mrs.
Harold Eunice on Friday DOYLE ARCHIE Appliance Center
night.
Henry Hodges and children M. ARCHER 964-5757 M. TANNER 111 W M 4U* Stark.w. i_
attended the Stock Car Races. ,
In Lake City on Saturday
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Kim and Griffis PresbyteriansHonor .. \
Tenly Rodney .
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,! Wed Oct. 21 at First Baptist Church NewMembers Nov.3.'m

: Society Cdilof, 964-7608 ., +
!I I Ginger Glisson kept thebride's rtrgrapt

, book. A dinner honoring the 22
I The bride's table was members received into the 1
I','\ covered with a white satin and Church
lace cloth and centered with a since First Jan Presbyterian 1 was held Sunday, The Sweetest StroloberrfaTM.Side of Heaven m tJll w/ .

I't three tiered wedding cake Oct 30, at 6 p.m. at the old
white doves and a
i'l topped with manse on N. Cherry street. I
side sweep of fall flowers. The Approximately 70 new and

t; !' cake was made by the bride's old members attended the ...... I
,
Mrs. Jean Shannon, and
aunt and '
covered dish dinner ,
1\1i\ 'served by Mrs. Shannon and program.The Candy StripersTo *
Mrs. Brenda Fertig. fall theme was carriedout
1't i The punch tables, covered in the manse decorationswith Meet Nov. 8 I' : I
with white satin cloths were arrangements of fall ..
't centered with crystal punch leaves and flowers. Cornucopias On Halloween night at 5 i
'tI. encircled with
bowls filled with fall the candystripersdressed
p.m.
l
Bill w
greenery. Mrs George leaves, nuts and pyracanthia up in costumes for <
and Mrs. Ken Clevinger :
berries centered the dining patients at the hospital and
} presided at the punch bowls tables. ;
I passed out tray favors of
+ Miss Marilyn Griffis, sisterof After the dinner the group small orange scarecrows.
,j the groom, presided at the went into the sanctuary for an The patients enjoyed the I
white satin covered coffee
jI enjoyable musical program.. surprise.
I table which held a silver Appearing on the programwas They will participate in the ;
" coffee service. special guests, Dr. Aaron Homecoming parade in their
directedthe Jriqi
Mrs. Joan Chitty Meckle of Penny Farms, who uniforms and pass out candy.
in
wedding. Assisting played the piano and sang. The monthly candy-striper
Mrs.
': serving were Harry Others on the program were meeting Nov. 8 will be held at
Hatcher, 'Jr., Sandra and
Joey Herres, who gave piano McDonalds. All the girls will
Karen Chitty, Jenny Shannon
\ and solo presentation; Betsy receive a free coke.
and Glisson,cousins of
Ginger
\ Yawn, who played a French The group is planning to buy
I the bride, and Robin Sweda
horn and Mrs. Hank Green,
", .. ,, an electronic blood pressure
and Mrs. Paul Carter.
; 4.r d f' who played the
organ. the
for
,/...' Following a wedding trip to ...........................a gauge at Bradford Emergency Hospital.
room
Gatlinburg, Tenn. the coupleis
.; I' ; residing on Bethel Church n..Arrill L They have purchased several
other items in the -
J .; Road Starke past.
" 4 t The bride and groom are Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow .N.......................... Bradford County Hospital Candy stripers dressed up and distributed Halloween)) goodies! to the I
of Bradford Griffis,Jr.of Starke announce patients
'. +./( < ,1 j both High graduates School. The bride the birth of a daughter, Mrs. R.R. Chism visited her .............................'........................................................... I

..)t'... ; graduated in 1977 and Mr. Angela Pauline, born Oct. 15 son-in-law and daughter, !Mr, Mrs. Helen Harley, Mrs. Mrs. D.W. Whiffen spent Mrs. Mac Baldwin left
.
". '. ,..,J... Griffis graduated in 1975. at Alachua General Hospital. and Mrs Herb Johnson and Lucile Godwin, Mrs. Lola last Tuesday to Friday in today, Thursday, to spend
.. ,- Mrs. Griffis is employed by Paternal grandparents are son in Tallahassee last Johnson, Mrs. Sonny Tenly Miami visiting her brother-in- several days with her son-in- M
fi'.rt.J."f.; \ Farmers Mutual Exchangeand Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Tuesday to Friday. The Martha Miley at- law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. law and daughter, Mr. and
"' Mr.Griffis is employed by Griffis, Sr. Maternal grand- Johnsons brought Mrs. Chism and'UtQ Mrs.! the Northeast Florida Frank Garavito and friends Mrs. James Montuoro and 1''
.,.-.,/ '1.". ', ''I," Dupont E.L DeNemours & mother is Mrs. Alice Pauline home and stayed for the Fair c at Callahan on Tuesday. from Germany. daughters, Christy and Gina, '
Gurthie of Starke. weekend.
Co. in Hopkinsville, Ky.
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Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Griffls GRAND1PININQSALI

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Miss Kim Elaine Tenly, gowns with lower ruffle t
daughter of !Mr. and Mrs. featuring a sweetheart j jCOMI
Sonny Tenly, and Rodney neckline and short puff
Milford Griffis, son of Mr. and sleeves. The gowns had a i
Mrs. Merrill Griffis all of ivory lace yoke and front 1
Starke were united in overlay. They carried arm .
marriage Friday. Oct. 21, at bouquets of dried flowers, *t Till --;;: .... .
the First Baptist Church with fern and leaves with ivory
Rev. Ben Bryant performingthe colored bows. = tr. _- -'
I
nuptials.Mrs. The bride, given in National Brand Name. Products $299 ; !
marriage by her father, worea
George Canova, white silk organza gown
organist; Paula Carter, encircle a scooped neckline 1 A* Big CIty Pricit Sylvania 17*' color .
soloist, and Cindy Canova, in white seed pearls. )
presented The bodice of the princess portable h *. oleo solid
pianist a programof
There Will Be Thousands Of Items At Big BargainsOf
nuptial music. style gown was overlaid with state circuiiry for energy
Centering the altar was a white chantilly lace and efficient t IJ
OurOpening dependability
heart shaped candelabra with irridescent beads were in the During
lace design. The gown had Sylvania exclusiveChromaline ''I,
spiral candelabras on each Sale I
side. The choir rail held two bishop sleeves and lace cuffs 1 picture tube ,

basket arrangements of with bead trim and buttoned. This Is Only A Few Here! delivers rich, lifelike color.
various fall flowers. In the The long full skirt had an insetof
I i background were several white chantilly lace and the Sturdy carrying handle.m \
arrangements of greenery.The dress was completed with a Walnut grain finish. 122-7617 1 I
family pews were marked wide ruffle of silk organza. '!
and Her chapel length veil was : $159
with fall arrangements l'

'. .._. sr11s.candles, .decorated...' the'window matching attached: to chantilly a headpiece lace that of, ,1 Mediterranean: @ffi}, SVLVANIAMAKE ,
and irridescent ; console i"
Billy Bell attended as best had pearls style
man. Mark Reddish and Harold Davis were ushers. bordered the outer edges of
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the veil. She carried an
!Miss Sonya Lynn Tenly
(
'( served her sister as maid of arrangement of dried straw t stereo and 8
honor. !Misses Donna Harris flowers and leather leaf fern IH track. 123-6616 MOM HAPPY
and Darlene Griffis were with ivory colored streamers.A 1
t. bridal attendants.They were reception was held in the
gowned alike in rust shade church Fellowship Hall. $249


U Two Eckerd Employees HonoredTwo = H S 9 130.5480 cu. ft. chest freezer


I Linda Sue Jones, whose \ {299
Eckerd store employees 1 E 15 cu. ft. chest
were honored at a marriage to Mike Stanley will Speed Queen
fried chicken supper Tuesday be an event of Nov. 5 and whois 0 freezer 130-5500 $299
heavy duty
,
I evening.. Oct. 25, held at the moving to Arvada, Wyo. 13.5 cu. ft. upright 'I
I home of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene The covered dish buffet automatic L $279
Norman at Heilbronn Springs dinner was given by the washer. 4 speed| freezer 130 elao

I' Honored were Larry Baker, employees of Eckerds. selector. 5 Ltemperature
manager, who is being Games were played duringthe E CATALINAS399
transferred back to the evening and parting gifts 1
I Gainesville store, and Miss given to the two honorees. I SWitCh. 14577402.7 I


II Meth. Bazaar November 29 :: VMagic Chef r C -


Everyone in the communityis hot dog stand between the r
invited to attend a holiday hours of 4 and 6 p.m. '
bazaar Tuesday, Nov. 29, between The Methodist Women have 1 199 DA DATI
the hours of 9 a.m. and 6. been workng for several -- s Speed Queen I
pm. at the Methodist Fellowship months preparing for this
Hall sponsored by the bazaar and are anticipating a electric dryer.
members of the United good attendance by the public. 4 cycles for all Magic Chef microwave oven 125-7400

Methodist Women. fabrics! Magic Chef microwave oven $299 0
Available will be all types of Haunted House ,125-7200 Y
Temperature
hand-crafted items including
1
Christmas decorations gifts home-made and Thrills Youngsters 145-7810,2.7 selector. J Microwave oven. stand 125.eno $27 N ill I

jams jellies pickles, canned .
vegetables, baked goods of all Halloween Night I- -
kinds and candies etc. .

:, J A luncheon will be served Approximately 130 un -
from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Ticketsfor suspecting trick-or-treaters -
the luncheon will be on salein were greeted at the main gateof I .
advance and are available the Junior Women's Club
from any members of UMW or
HOUSE
HAUNTED Monday
.. in the church office. night by one of the wicked I
-?'1.. A door prize will be given witches. .
; away during the luncheon 'uvvars rot
it. hours. From there they were 1
.; The M.Y.F. will sponsor a beckoned into the Haunted 1 QTO oR9 .
F ............................ House by Lurch, who invited 01 fe SOaierr 11 .
CORRECTION'In them to"come In" and see the rerw .
last weeks paper a dead lady in her casket, the ra -' .
mistake appeared in the skeleton lady and the huge I
Moseley Davis announcement black spider with eight legs. .

; the item should If they made it past the I 1.99 69c
59c
read as follows: main room then they were 1 39Cqt 2.88 pi 1 .17 2.33
Invited to go through the maze save 10'() WIIlt.'a Magic 10 WD-40.prey Star Brhe the STP double powsave 98'rag 2.97 save 8'reg 77'
: Nelda Moseley, of other rooms to see the devil rep 49' permenent type lubricant stops amazing new gas tr.atment for ,From oil fhltars Champion sparkWhite mm
a bloody accident victim in heavy antifreeze and equeaka,U/'Iallcka silicone car polish more efficient In sizes 10'moat plugs,world'sduty
that removes grime engine operation I cars.Change your beat sellerl!
premium summer coolant frozen partst
suspicious
,
Wayne DavisEngagement agony;{ some very Stock at this finer each lime ResiStor plugs 1
Star Wars motor 011. safeguards your Coats metal.with a and reatore'your up
j looking pirates a low,low price I you change oil to 22'extra
monster and other Choose 20 or cu's cooling rust 1nh1blt0f''.., car'showroom
t many em 300-)3'
Told -- prolong engine
and goblins. 3Ow..uu.. system year lustre'' Contains .
ghosts wax or ollsl..ao IlIel.1 ..-_. m
1 rouncll..o'
f Some of the little guests ';.
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd E. weren't quite ready to make m
Moseley of Starke announcethe the trip through the Haunted
: engagement and approaching House this year, but the club is =
marriage of their hoping that next year they willprove Hwy 100 Next To Cook's 1 1JJ
to be much braver.It Pantry
L Davis daughter., son Nelda.of Mr.to and Wayne Mrs. was all very exciting and !:\ 7r' C 5J
of fun for the Juniors. m
Oscar Davis of Starke loads 1 7m
Heights
Keystone
Miss Moseley and Mr. Davis The club would like to thank \!
are both 1976 graduates of those who helped to make it ...
I .Bradford High School. such a success: : Richard E.
The wedding will be an Welty, Charles Odom, Archer = 473-4078 473-4470 I.
event of January 7 at the Funeral Home and David II.
Starke Church of God. Montgomery, not to mention
All friends and relatives of all of the publicity that the i

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UC Sheriff John Whitehead Feeds Nov. 17 Pronounced"No Mary Harrison and Charles McKinney .



Country Culinary Delights To 1,700"Chicken Smoking Day"The Repeat Vows at Home Ceremony Oct. 29

Bradford County unit Mrs. Joyce Riherd, nursing .. and blue
American Cancer Society director for Bradford County Mary Frances Harrison of bells, cheribims
bog" and bear -- met on Oct. 28 at the Garden Health Department, reportedthe Starke, daughter of Mr. and rosebuds, baked by Mrs. Joey
stew..sweet corn boiled in the L :;' Restaurant with eight following money spent on Mrs. Luther Garrett of ijtHfli: Sapp and given to the coupleas
shuck, served piping hot and members present plus cancer patients in the past Manchester, Ga., and Charles I a gift from Mr and Mrs.
swimming in mopped-on Richard Howe, executive year: transportation, $646.20; Chipley McKinney of Starke :,,:. i Charles Schmitt. The cake
melted butter..where could ; director and Larry Newman room and board, $13,00; loan son of the late Rev. and Mrs. ', was flanked by two, five
such grass-roots delicacies, to \_ staff member of the Florida closet $39.20; medicine, Laurie McKinney of Starke \/:' 'branch candelabra Silver with
say nothing of grass-roots Division of the A.C.S. $548.80. were united in marriage burning blue tapers.
politics be found except at ,f" w President Lillian Stumo Saturday, Oct. 29, at the homeof : compotes held nuts and mints.
Sheriff John Whitehead's iu' -1 reported that. the unit had The motion was made and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sch- Mrs. Gary Coleman and Miss
annual birthday party at the 3 raised $4,949.95 for this year carried that the followingslate mitt with Charles M. Schmitt Lisa Lee cut the cake.
family homestead on the and that the unit had $500 on of officers be elected for performing the nuptials.The Standing in, the receivingline
banks of New River? 1 next years allotment.It the ensuring year: president, couple repeated vows were the bride and
Miss Lillian before an improvised altar groom and matron of honor.
And some 1,700 guests who was reported by Stump; Secretary,
to have been dietingfor 1 Stump that Richard Jockel Louise H. Kite; Treasurer, composed of a brass can- 1 Mrs. Schmitt greeted the
appeared a couple of days in anticipation t r 'tr was directing a play to be put Margaret Miller; Service delabra flanked by two huge guests at the door
of the eagerly- on In the spring and that one Chairman, Joyce Riherd; chin wedding palms. Miss Cathy Lukepreslded at
awaited event, turned out to days receipts would go to of Publ. and Ed., Lucille Organist and guitarist r' the punch bowl at a table
Phillip Lyons and Mrs. Diane covered with an off white lace
mix and mingle to the tune of Ur1 A.C.S. Payne; Director At large,
band, the Lucille Payne, special >father John M. Flynn. Hughes, soloist, presented a cloth over blue liner and
swinging country
a chief diversion of the Satur- education director, reported Riehard Horne spoke briefly program of nuptial music. A: centered with a crystal punch
afternoonandeventevent. 1,321 adults and 3,015 youths -on "Target 5' plan to Robert Ward attended as bowl encircled with greeneryy
day had been contacted and In- decrease smoking, best man. Ushers were David Mr. and Mrs. Charles McKinne and blue baby's breath.
structed. that Nov. 17 had been declare Manning, Tommy Harrison The buffet was centered
Serving started at 6 Mrs. Virginia McGuire, who "No Smoking Day." and Joey Luke. The bride, given in with a blue fountain and
with possible gubernatorlaicandidate has charge of the Loan Closet, Dr. Rubin gave a very interesting Mrs. Robert (Debbie) Ward marriage by Charles Schmitt, flanked by white china doves.
rivals Secretary of -, --.- stated that she was hoping to talk on the problemsof served as matron of honor. wore a long light blue gown of Following a wedding trip
State Bruce Smathers and make many needed Improvements smoking from the medical She wore a long quiana knit qulana knit. The A-line gown the couple is residing at
Attorney General Robert Sheriff John Whitehead visits with some of the guests 'duringhis in the near future. point of view.. gown of beige with tiny blue featured a stand-up collar and Hampton Lake. ,
Shevin.ladeling Boston baked annual fall party Saturday, Oct. 29. rose buds with narrow T- the butterfly cape sleeves Mrs. McKinney Is em-
straps. She wore baby's extended into a point at the ployed in the X-Ray
beans at the ends of opposite Merrill Griffis's Hosts At Dinner
they were looking forward to Party
tables. Neither man was given I breath In her hair and carrieda midriff. The gown also department of Bradford
.
the annual
shindig."I small bundle of light blue featured an insert of natural County Hospital.
the opportunity to "take thestump" just couldn't let 'em Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Griff Edwin Hornsby, cousin of silk is
roses accented with blue color lace in the top. Her ha ir Mr. McKinney employed
during the evening down, the Sheriff said with a were hosts at a dinner party the groom, presented the streamers and baby's breath. was covered with a halo circle at Triest Con
everyone was too busy eating grin that indicated he wantedto Thursday night, Oct. 20, at the bride and groom-to-be with Little Miss Kristy Harrison oC light blue baby's breath. struction Co. in Keystone
with old friends,
chatting or have the party all along. Holiday Inn honoring their humorous gifts along with
their to the daughter of the bride, at- She carried a small nosegay of Heights.
swinging music.partners Even the What began in 1963 as a son, Rodney, and fiancee Kim humorous jokes. tended as flower girl. She was dried baby's breath, blue silk
country William hunting season cookout for a Tenly. following the couple's The honored couple gowned identical to the honor rosebuds and natural colored
orator.
silver-tongued group of a hundred or so wedding rehearsal. presented their attendantswith attendant and wore blue streamers.A Recent BrideHonored
Jennings Bryan, wouldn'thave friends around the Sheriff's personal gifts during the
ribbons accented
with tiny reception was also held at
stood a chance. birthday, Oct. 25, has grown White cloths covered the U- dinner blue silk roses and baby'sbreath the Schmitt home which was At
Sheriff Whitehead seemed into an on-going tradition, at. shaped dining tables with The 22 attending includedthe in her hair. She also decorated with pots of yucca
obviously happy with it all --
tracting to 2,000 merry arrangements of yellow immediate families, at-
up wore a gold necklace with a trees. An arch of wedding
although he admits toying making politicians and those carnations placed at intervals tendants and out-of-town Two PartiesMiss
with the idea of skipping the tiny blue rose on it, a gift from festooning and smilax, centered -
who turn out to vote for them .
guests.
in this nonelectionyear. the matron of honor. She with two huge hearts
party every four years. carried a lace basket accented was on the wall behind the Frances Harrison
such
thoughts were
Any Sheriff Whitehead said the -- -- whose marriage to Charles
with blue cake table.
tiny rose buds and
abandoned, however, when
main purpose of the party is to McKinney was an event of
connoisseurs ,., silk and blue streamers. The cake table was covered
bog-and-bear enable the people of the area Oct.. 29, was complimentedwith
with
Master off
Mark white
an lace cloth
McKinney
from all\ parts of the state, as to meet with their office Department of Offender son two parties last week.A .
of blue liner
the
groom attended as over a and centered
"
well as neighboring Baker, holders and get to know them Rehabilitation secretary j n uZ s"r'j ring-bearer. He wore a beige with a three tiered wedding bridal shower was given
Bradford, Alachua and better. Outside of the chicken Louie Wainwright talks with cake Thursday, Oct. 27, given by
suede suit and carried a heart topped with a heart and
Columbia counties started bog and bear stew he's another party goer during the P y shaped pillow accented with two wedding bells tied with Mrs. Robert Ward and Mrs.
telling the Sheriff how much probably right, Sheriff Whitehead feast. blue silk rosebuds and blue ribbon bows. The cake Charles Schmitt at the homeof
streamers. was accented with wedding the latter on S. Cherry

_ Shannon Smith Celebrates 3rd BirthdayShannon Linda Jones, street.The party room was

Dr. W. J. Lennon SpeakerAt decorated In a gold and green
Smith celebrated The eight little boys and girls Mike StanleyTo color motif. Wedding bells anda
his third birthday w ith a party were given favors of candy Woman's Club True Love centerpiece
Saturday. Oct. 22 given by his and toys. accented the coffee table.
parents. \Mr. and !Mrs. Tom Shannon was also honored Wed Nov. 5 The gifts were placed in an
Smith on Morgan road. with a spaghetti dinner Dr William J. Lennon, Jr., Wayne Whiffen as chairman. antique wash tub.
The Raggedy Ann and Saturday night, Oct. 22, given !Miss Linda Jones, daughterof director of the Bradford Committee members are Mrs. The refreshment table was
Raggedy! Andy theme was by his parents at their home. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Jones of Union Guidance Center will John Myers, Mrs. F.J. Shaw centered with an arrangementof
carried out in the party Theressa and Mike Stanley, be the speaker Nov. 9 at 12:15: Mrs. Robert Ward Mrs. Guy goldenrods in an olive green
decorations. Eighteen guests including son of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. p.m. at the Woman's Club of Andrews, Mrs. Ervin Andrews ter.pot. Mrs. Ward served
Games were played and family and friends helped Stanley of Keystone Heights, Starke luncheon meeting. Mrs. J.C. Hobbs, Mrs. pumpkin pie and Mrs. Schmitt
prizes awarded to Donna Shannon celebrate the oc will be united in marriage The luncheon and programare L.M. Gaines, Mrs. Palmer served coffee and cokes to the
Padgett and Melissa Boiser. casion. Saturday, Nov. 5 at 3 p.m. in under the Public Affairs Williams, Mrs. Wayne guests.Games.
the \Hope Baptist Church.All committee with Mrs. D. Douglas, Mrs. A.R. McRae were played and
Perry White receives tool set from Cherie Cox at XI Iota and Mrs. L.G. Powell.
friends and relatives
are prizes awarded to Mrs. Phillip
I Sherri Mann Celebrates 3rd BirthdayLittle invited to attend.DUPLICATE Delta sorority drawing. Lyons and Mrs. Dale Brown.

Smith Bros. Hold Party SaturdaySmith The hostesses presented the
Sherri Mann carried out in the table BRIDGE Perry White Receives bride-.elect with a corsage
celebrated her third birthday decorations with matching CLURRESULTS Brothers, Body Shop earlier in the evening followed and a negligee as a mementoof
Sunday afternoon given by her cloth napkins, cups and Tool Set At Drawing owners, Tom, Jerry and by twohayrides. The highlightof the occasion.
parents, !Mr. and Mrs. Louis plates. Winners at Duplicate Harold Smith hosted their the evening was a dance
Mann on their lawn on Powell The 15 enjoying the occasion Bridge1 Tuesday night were, Perry White of Brooker won and the drawing made duringthe I annual Halloween party with music furnished by the Miss Harrison was honoredat
street. were the children and their North-South, first-Mrs. R.A. a Black and Decker tool set ata business'meeting.: A chili Saturday, Oct. 29, for around "Kick Backs." a luncheon Tuesday, Oct.
The Mickey !Mouse and parents and Sherri's grand- Green and Mrs. Clyde Ter drawing recently put orr by, supper was served previous. to. 500 people.A The Smiths' hope to repeat 25, at the Holiday Inn. '
parents, Mr.,and Mrs Ernie ''t, 'I..". cook-out the ., Hostesses
Donald Duck theme was willegar, secondClaudiaClark XI Iota Delta chapter of Beta the meeting. was enjoyed party next yean, were Mrsv'Gary
Newsome.: and Kate Herndon. Sigma Phi. A percentage of the Coleman, Mrs. Robert Ward
First East-West, Jeff The drawing was held proceeds from the raffle along and Mrs. Charles
. Pantry Shower Given For Couple Wrenshall and Mrs. Ed Wain- Tuesday evening Oct. 18, at a with the sale of cookbooks and Homemaker's Club To Meet Nov. 17 Schmitt.'I., ''I.a 'r"
wright, second, Charlie Riddle meeting of the sorority held at sales from the "Tom Watt"kits +
Miss Ann Allen and Dennis employees of the Bradford and Jack Burnette. the home of Linda Bowen. will be donated to the Bradford County Homemakers an extra time for Christmas
\Members turned in their Vanessa Powell Fund of show and tell ::w 1o.J .
Rhoden. whose marriage will County Telegraph. I..e..e............... tickets that sold Starke. will have its projects.The now
I be an event of Nov. 5, were Members of the staff and raffle were November meeting Thursday

pleasantly surprised at a honored couple enjoyed cokes Mr. and Mrs. Don Har-" Nov. 17 at 10 a.m. at the Homemakers remind Mrs. James Blackshear of
pantry shower Thursday and cake during the party denbrook and Mrs. Nelson Halloween Party Given For YoungstersMrs. Agriculture Center. everyone to bring the recipe Kingsley Lake and Mrs
afternoon, Oct 27 the hour. The meeting has been with the dish for
given by post you prepare a
_.........................!................................., Green spent last Tuesday to The carport was decorated poned one week and will allow fun meeting.. Emily Work and Mrs. Lamar
Friday touring South Florida Al Waddell and Mrs. Estes of Pensacola spent Oct.
and Key West. Wilbur Waters gave an old with black and orange 12-19 touring Vermont and
Mr. and Mrs. L. C Worth of Mr. and :Mrs Leo Champion fashioned Halloween party streamers. The refeshment ;: New Hamphire.
Sterling. 111.\ and Mrs. Roy returned Thursday of last Robert Green returned Monday afternoon from 1 to table carried out the witches W'lJou..Know .
Champion of Douglas. Ga. are week after two weeks visit Tuesday after two weeks in 2:15: p.m. at the home of Mrs. theme with matching witches Mrs. Jay Moseley and Mrs.
friends and
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lester. with Pittsburg. Kas. relatives in the Gainesville VA Hospital Waters on W. Madison street cloth napkins, cups and Mr. and Mrs. Paul G. Brown Judge R.A. (Buzzy) Greenis Byron Snow of Knoxville,
Trews for ten da.>s. where he underwent surgery for the children of St. Mark's plates.The table was centered and sons were in Fort Pierce in satisfactory condition in Tenn. are Monday to Thur
School.ALACHIA with a carved out pumpkin Friday and Saturday to attend North Florida Regional sday guests of Mrs. J. H.
jackolantern.Two two St. Johns Country Day Hospital following surgery Moseley.
games were played by School soccer games at which Tuesday.
the 13 youngsters Pin the Gil Brown is a member of the JEANS
nose on the witch and apple
Junior Varsity team. 1/4.1/3
ft5JI\> ) ? B. ;}t biting from apples hung on 1 /! JEANS. 1.3 Off Entire Stock
t strings. Mrs. L.N. Pickering visitedMr. Entire Stock .t Leila's
d B \WfftelllfT'r Also enjoying the party and Mrs. Hower Lewis in .t Leil.',
[ JL \ were the two teachers, Miss Folkston, Ga. Thursday to Mr. and Mrs. George W.
Martha Jean Weldon and Mrs.
Monday.Mrs. .
Joan Agin.Darlene. Brown were guests of Mr. and
Mrs. L. M. Stoner in Ocala
Clyde B. Terwillegarwill Mrs. F. J. Shaw and Mrs. over the weekend.
( rAlaTr Stancil enter North Florida Clyde; Terwillegar were
Regional Hospital for ad- bridge and luncheon guests of Mr and Mrs. Leonard
ditional surgery on her right Mrs. T.H. Dent last Friday at Anderson and son, Kenny and
Michael Lee leg. Her Achilles tendon will the Melrose Woman's Club. daughter Penny have
be re-structured. returned to their home in East
To Wed Nov. l 11 Mr. and Mrs. H.A. Lawson, Moline, Ill. after attending the
: Mr and Mrs. J.T. Lawson Mrs. Ewell Lawson, Mrs. funeral of George E. Sapp last
The marriage of Ruth have returned from two weeks Marie Siemer and Mrs. Mary Friday. Others from out of
Darlene Stancil to Michael visit with son-in-law and Overholser spent Oct. 15-23 and son, Louie, of Miami Mr.
Wayne Lee will be held daughter, Mr and Mrs. T.B. attending the Senior Citizens and Mrs. Martin Denny and
FW Friday, Nov. 11, at 8 p.m. at Harding, Jr. in denton, Md. Chautauqua at Ridgecrest, Mrs. John Martin of Atlanta
Grace Baptist Church with a N.C. and Mrs. Pearl Davis of

reception following in the ., -" Folkston.
-
church Fellowship Hall. -
All friends and relatives fire
: invited to attend. MOPED MANIA

KINOSUY A UANMNO

ORANOf PARK, FLA. 264-1054

MONDAY THURSDAY 5 P.M. -1200; A.M. :l: y.JC- Kingsley Square


FRIDAY 5 P.M. (DON'T MISS MID-NIGHT MAD NEil.. Mrs. Charles Hardy visited Kingsley & Blanding r
her mother Mrs. G.E.
McGauley in Palatka last Orange Park, Fla
SATURDAY 2 P.M. TILL 1:00: A.M. Thursday and Friday.Mr. Phone: 264-1054
and Mrs. Oler Crosby of
Fort Meyers spent the Hours

.li"J weekend Mr.and Mrs.with George her Huggins.parents -..PUCIl Mon.-Wed. 10-6 P.M. -:
J I
1v1 ... )." 1' THE
t J Mrs. Charles Fields of \ Thur.-Frl. 10-9 P.M.MAXIMUM .
Jacksonville visited Mrs. J. H. '
Fields Tuesday of last week. Sat 10-0 P.M.
\ IV. MOPED. ji
JEANS Sin. 1-6 P.M.
> 1/4.113Off 1 1oj

Entire Stock y .,i '4
.tLtiU's


EXHIBITS RIDES Mr. and Mrs. Robbie Shaller : $7500 j
visited Mr and Mrs. Ogden OFF !
: Bates 'In Jacksonville on

Sunday.Mr. ON ALL PUCH MOPEDS =

and Mrs. R.A. Colson
returned Saturday from two Ve. a Math ro 0/ta Expree Nor, 20.AYTMOtRSZ N

weeks visit with Mr and Mrs. .

Robert Barksdale in Humbolt. ..
.
&wn r Tenn. and iwth Mr. and Mrs. ..
C.F. Compton In Blacksburg MAZaR.sails.J rlti'as.IAm

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Students ,Prep FFA Farm In Work DayBradford t-. .. .. Alligator Creek, Rowell Lake TreatedTo

.
High agriculture -. .
students and FFA members 'position to judge programs W Eradicate Growth
and was he '
resent the title of "goofoffs"given acting as though ;' .: Of HydrillaAlligator
.
J _
was an administrator rather .
"f' !.'" _
them school t ," .
by board ,
,
'I
school
than a board member. ,:;:
member Arthur Gaskins There had been a request ,' \ Creek and Lake _
during the October School for $15,700 in :W Roweil were treated for
Board meeting and turned out when Gaskins new called equipment the ag hydrilla Friday, Oct. 28, by r. 7
for a voluntary clean-up day program "sorry"and ret- ., the Florida Game and FreshWater I
Saturday, Oct. 29. ferred to the students .1.! Fish Commission but t II
ar as .
Sixty students began Gdt ; i r" ', 4L "goof-offs." SuperintendentTom "..;1.. the results are not expected to
arriving around 7:30: a.m. Casey agreed there were be seen for two weeks. I
bringing themselves and problems in the program and : /: Diquat, a nontoxic'chemIcal
equipment in support of the suggested a special work :;: ; was introduced Into
program and instructors Paul session of the hoard : :; : Alligator Creek by a drip -I.
Hutchins and Greg Alvarez. treatment from the bridge on
,
"
"
state :
Casey said new '-iibI .
.
Hutchins said the work day A't' :t,. guidelines had changed the .....\ .;'\,:.'! ... ".. SR-230. Joe Hinkle, regional
had been planned prior to .! ; "' .,. approach used in aquatic botanist, said Diquat ,
"1(, ., teaching } is a proven chemical, but the
\
comments by Gaskins. .
knew what had to be done but"I "' '; ;t agriculture and a meeting drip treatment is a new procedure
:.,. muld be arranged with for the commission.,
we had to have something to ''7'' someone from the '.
Departmentof Hinkle said the
creek is
do it with," the instructor ; ...a::;. !''' ) so
said. Hutchins said ag : ':' '''''':;:'' ;'; ., ,, Education to go over new .. ;;: .' .. choked with the aquatic weedit
every year rules. No date I
: was set for a is impossible to put the
.
at least two work .....
after days are -., ... ... ,, "..,,_. work session. rhpmirfll out bv boat. Hinkle
planned, school begins Saturday was not all work said the EPA acquired her
and after the Christmas and no play for the students. Gary Phillips Benji bicide works best
Eric on nice
holidays. Syssklnd helps plow field during voluntary workday by After Padgett and Phil Jones
high school agriculture students supervised work by plants In the greenhouse repot sunny days and un earlier day
at the
Hutch
and Alvarez" a selected to put out the
Future Farmers of America agriculture farm.
. football game followed a chemical was changed be
(IFFAI) president Timmy I. .. .. _,____'.. .. _._ _. hamburger cook out. cause of the overcast weather."If .
Gaskins and vicepresidentMike this does not work we
Andrews, spokesmen for T// ViII! come back and

was the group wrong, said for they school thought board it Raiford Council Sets Pay At $50In I Hinkle jvlth other Hinkle methods said try the again said 30

member Arthur
Gaskins to
gallons of chemical mixedwith
call the agriculture program Raiford Town Council making his motion, water would take about
"sorry" without investigation. members left their regular Varnes said, "I don't think three hours to travel the three
said the that $50 is too much."
Timmy program monthly meeting with an miles to Lake Rowell.
needs support from the school "unexpected" salary of $50 in Taylor said of the $50 Paul King, aquatic weed
board members, not their pockets last Tuesday amount, "I 1 believe" we wouldbe supervisor, estimated the cost .
criticism. He overpaid.
added while the night. for the chemical would be
program is a good one, it "I don't think I do $50' worthof
about not
$1,000 including time
needs equipment to"make the n The question of pay for the work a month," Norman and labor. King explained the Paul King and Joe Hinkle examine clumps of hydrllla that
said, "and I don't believe have clogged Alligator Creek and Lake I
work
program really and council was approved on a pernicious hydrilla had three Rowell. ,
sufficient money to keep the referendum in the October 18 anyone else does." different ways of reproductionand The Game and Fresh Water personnel will return and check i

equipment running." election, and passed by a vote Town Clerk Kathryn must be brought under the weeks.effect of the chemical Diquat on the aquatic weed in two /

The FFA officers said the ag of 3734. Earlier this year the Alvarez:said, "If you get $50,1 control and kept from .
classes were two months into old council had agreed on a J "
think I'm worth $100. spreading to Sampson Lake.In f'1. 1t \.
the school year before a bus monthly salary of $25, if the The motion to Alvarezthe June Hinkle appeared before \ ."" .
pay '
\ t) :
available to take them \' l'i< .
was to referendum
passed. the board of .
$too monthly figure county "'''- "'
"
=r; i"'fil
the ?
farm, about five miles.. passed. commissioners outlining .' :- i'f:
north of Starke off US 301. The $50 monthly salary was In the only other business, plans for the eradication. The : :
Hutchms, who has been with approved by a vote of 3-2 after the council elected new officers commission approved a
the school ag program for 25 Students and ag instructor Paul Hutchins work to repair a newly elected council member for the contribution of $3,000 with the
upcoming year.
said water leak at the 170 acre farm during a workday Oct. Calvin Varnes made
years, only one of thissemester's 29. Saturday the Joyce Norman was elected state to pay one-third of the
ag classes is two motion and newly elected president, and Bud Dobbs was $4,500 cost.

hours long and the one period Alvarez, in his sixth best council member Herbie elected vicepresidnet.The Hinkle advised the board to
year forestry He
classes do not allow program. Whitten seconded
enough
control the weed before destroys
it -
with the school system, said said the state forestry
time for students to travel to
fishing and
he remembers when he boating in
was in department works
closely and council
new
the farm and back again to mayor the county's lakes.
school. the ninth grade and Hutchms with the tree planting Discussion followed with members were officiallysworn
It has been estimated
The 60 boys and girls able to was the teacher and the operation and recommendedthree Michael (Bud) Dobbs in Tuesday by Town acres were covered with 10,000 the ,
program then and now always years ago cutting with the motion and Clerk Alvarez due
come for the workday broughtfive every agreeing Kathryn to aquatic plant in 1965 and in
tractors of their own plus returns numerous awards to third row of trees. The lumberwas council members Joyce the absence of the council's 1977 it is estimated more than
Bradford County throughFFA used to build the shelterat Norman and Sid i
riding mowers and plowed two Taylor regular attorney, Richard 200,000 acres are heavily y
fields, cleaned around the contests. the farm, said Hutchins. dissenting.Repossessing. Welty. infested in Florida.
The local FFA wins the The FFA members said the 1) rt
cattle corral, the fence, the i
shade house, tool house, grape chapter forestry contest about last time the school board sv i.
vines, mowed the field and every three of four years, said gave them money to purchase Car To Collect For RepairsIs d

cleaned and hauled trash Alvarez. The $250 award seed and fertilizer they were
away Former ag student, Joe cannot be won back to back so able to produce enough for use
liar ley from the state in the off years the FFA in the cafeterias and make a Illegal Collection Method, Man FindsOral

Forestry Service plowed the concentrates on other profit.Alvarez. .
fire lanes projects, He said out of 350 and Hutchins said Tanner of Starke was means to collect the money asked, but Tanner gave no re .a
Hutchins said he was proudof nifih school teams in the the program is to "learn by found guilty ot I unauthorized: Tanner said he hadn't. ply.

the ag program and state. BUS ag teams have doing" but without equipmentand temporary use of a motor "Then what you did was
resented the public criticism consistently placed among the money to repair the vehicle, Wednesday, Oct. 26, take the law in your own The trial of Domenica
voiced by board member top 20 in state competition. existing. equipment they and will be sentenced today, Gladieux of Lawtey on
Gaskins without speaking to Timmy Gaskins said the cannot teach the skills that Thursday, (Nov. 3)). hands, wasn't it, Ellwell charges of driving while intoxicated Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission personnel set up
him about the. program or local club always places highin will benefit students when Tanner was charged with ended in a mistrial equipment to begin drip treatment for hydrilla in Alligator

visituig? the, classroom,. public speaking and they enter!! the field of farmingor taking a car owned by Steve Egg Throwing Tuesday, Nov. 1, after defense Creek and Lake Rowell.I'nflationFighting.

The ag oinst4ug4Ar'&ald' parlimentary procedure. He any other career. Crawford of Starke, after attorney William D. Pridegon 1.
'said the FFA did not begin to brought out the breathalizer
vaiKbn-,ba pbeen, ,..thebiggest Crawford failed to pay a
problem$'1 because of practice early' enough this) They'stud last year the.county repair bill of $75. Hi-Jinks Get test given to his client was Food IdeasEASY I

the isolation of the 170 acre year for the recent FFA commissioners contributed Crawford testified Tanner given by an unqualified
competition at O'Leno State $300 to the school agriculture operator.
7./ "' Tarm Hutchms said'a back had pulled his vehicle over
/ hoe blade was missing along Park but had in the past program to send two FFA and appeared to have a knifeto Trio ArrestedThree Gladieux was given the test
with other tools in the latest placed high in land estimation members to the national cut the ignition wires. after she was stopped by MACARONI MEATBALL SOUP
theft and pulpwood estimation. convention. Crawford said he had gottenout Hampton men were Lawtey patrolman Ed
Another problem said The ag program is not for School board member Pat of the car and put his keys released on bond Tuesday Phillips. The test was ad- 1/2 cup chopped onions

Hutihms is the availability of males only. There are about Spengler, who came to see the under the seat so Tannerwouldn't after being arrested for ministered by Starke 1/2 cup chopped celery
the equipment. When a 60-75( girls in the 300 plus farm on workday, said "I am be able to drive the criminal mischief for Assistant Police Chief Harold 1/4/ cup sliced carrots
Crews but 1/2/ chopped fresh or drained, canned tomatoes
cup
Some ,
program. were on handto Crews'breathalizer
the
vehicle stuck smashing on Handy-
gets on the dirt very impressed with the eggs 1
road which bisects the farm. help with the workday. program and the student car.Tanner testified that he Way in Hampton Halloween operators certificate tablespoon salt butter or margarine
the tractor has been used to Hutchins said when the enthusiam." didn't have a knife but had night. had expired. 1/4 teaspoon
pull it out since it starts students come to school "It is unfortunate we do not tried his truck key in the car to Arrested were Edward The case will come up againon 1 cup water
dressed neatly that is the the next jury trial date. 1 can ((15 oz.) Chef Boy-ar-dee Roller Coasters*
way if it would Williamson
without a key and is not have a program where youth see work. He said Douglas 19,
secured lie added only their parents expect them can get involved in other thana he later saw the keys on the William David Haefeker, 21, In other county court actiona (wavy macaroni product and little meatballsin
recently the fence around the home "On a workday the kids classroom situation," Mrs. floor and took the car back to and Ted. B. Curtis, Jr., 20. case against Robert Frank tomato sauce)
cows was pulled down don't mind getting dirty," said Spengler added. his garage. They were also cited for child Bates, who was charged with In a 3 quart saucepan saute onion, celery, carrots and
Hutchins. Tanner had the abuse under DWI and driving with a tomatoes in butter. Add salt and water. Cover, simmer
allowing them to get lose and Mrs Spengler and Arthur repaired a charge new
one of the heifers was pep- Hutchins said he thinks the Gaskins crossed paths during engine in the Crawford car but laws for contributing to the revoked license, was dismissed for 10 minutes. Add Roller Coasters. Cover and simmer I

pered with bird shot by Bradford County facility is the the Oct,19 board meeting. She Crawford said he was still deliquency of a minor, for 10 more minutes. Serves 4.
hunters. best in the state and has the told Gaskins he was in no having problems with the because two juveniles were
car's electrical system. allegedly involved in the egg
Tanner said his work was throwing.
Do You Know confined to the engine and Hampton marshal Ed Green
transmission and not the and sheriff's deputy Don SALE ON QUALITY PRODUCTS

Your electrical system. Denton made the arrests. The
Fruits Blue Black Red
PRODUCEFARM ? When asked by Assistant trio were released from the

Name ten fruits that grow State's Attorney Tom Ellwellif Bradford County jail Tuesday ASSORTEDPENS BATESTELEPHONE

in Florida and you probably he'd tried any other legal after posting a $1,000 bond LISTFINDERS

woudn't Include Logan, each.

Monstera Dovyalis ,
FRESH strawberry tree or miracle DJ yKwRaymond Fine & Med Pt.

fruIt. says Florida Nurserymen
COLLARDS TURNIPS and Growers Association Stefanelli, JEANS
.
2/25' $375 Ea. ;
(FNGA). assistant professor of art, who I4.1' 3Oil
MUSTARDS '...' 69 They and many others do teaches painting and drawingat Entire Stockat
grow here. Some are very Midwestern State Leila's

tasteful. Others are the kind University in Wichita Falls, RIBBONSQuality
NAVEL that it takes several tastingsto Texas and son of Mr. and Mrs. TYPEWRITER'S .
acquire a liking. Henry Stefanelli of Starke, ,
Unless you live in the very has a drawing reproduced and Those from Starke at- CE For Typewriter
ORANGES : southern part of Florida, you discussed in a recently tending the annual district Fine Quality Q
meeting of the United Or Adding
\ may not have seen or heard of published book "The Drawing
Logan (Euphoria Logana). Methodist Women in Ocala *
Handbook Approaches Tc Smith Corona Brand Machine Z
] Saturday were: Mrs Don
99TANGERINES ; The Chinese call it the little Drawing" written by Stuart Ear
.., Hardenbrook, !Mrs R.S. a
brother of the lychee. The Purser of the University; ol
Logan is a medium size tree Florida. Mullins and Mrs! Nelson
growing to forty feet with a Green, who were past -"

31b. $100 rounded crown: The leaves Mr. and Mrs T.H. Slade and Others presidents and special guests. ata
are evergreen. When Mrs. attending were Mrs. Printing
Clyde Sinclair
were ,
examined H H Adams, Mrs Olm White,
closely, the length weekend
of
guests Mr. and
will be much greater than the Mrs. Tom Lane in Jr., Mrs. James Barron, Miss
FRESH ORANGE JUICE Sylacauga, Edna Serton Sale Price
SQUEEZED lychee measuring up to twelveor Ala and attended the Florida- Mrs. J.H, .
M06eley and \\\Irs. Titus Olson
more inches. Glossy leaves Auburn football game. They
AVAILABLE make the tree attractive even were joined by Mrs. N.K.
Mrs. Howard Brown has I
when not in fruit. Hurst of Wedding
Indianapolis, Ind.
returned to her home Business
in Letterheads
The fruits of the Logan are who returned with the Slades J
SEAFOOD borne in clusters. They are a and Mrs. Sinclair and is their Danielsville, Ga. after three
brownish-yellow when ripe in guest until Thursday. months with her son and :: Cards f Invitations
RED family. Mr. and Mrs. Paul G. Stationery-
MEDIUM... July or August. The tree bearsa .

MULLET FISH lychee.much heavier Trees can crop be than grown the JEANS Brown recuperating where from she a broken was Black Ink The Regency Line

from seed, but they may take 1..1/3o.f ankle. \ $3440

9 from ten to twenty years to Entire Stockat $1290 $1395
L. 49e u $1 produce. It is much better to LtiU't JEANS
obtain a tree by marcotting. Thousand
Logans are hardier than the Among those attending the 14.13OIIEntire Per 100 Ea.
Ivchee. It is not unusual for Stockat
*
OYSTERS IN SHELL >.M. 8SONorman's the tree to survive temperatures were Florida-Auburn Mr. and football Mrs.. game John Leila's

of twenty-four. It Is Myers Mr. and Mrs. Bill For All your Office & School Supplies
also much
easier to than
grow Glover, Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Local admittances to
the lychee. Carter Jr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Bradford County Hospital the
Farm Fruit of the Logan is Jerome Johns. past week include: from

sweetish to acid but varies Starke-Henry Browder, Mrs :rh-
considerably. The skin Is Mrs. Uta Cook and Mrs Ruby Martin Mrs. Elma
Produce & ,
tough but edible, although J.G. Jackson spent last Riggs, Mrs. Walla Lipsey .
most people do not eat it Sunday to Thursday with Mrs. Mrs. Barbara Hutcheson, Off tern
Seafood Market Monstera to many uninitiated Ila Rain and Mrs. Bessie Mrs. Agnes Jones, Mrs. Shop
if nothing but a Etheridge In Chiefland. Berniece Harris Ernest

glorified philodendron. Not Green Mrs.. Rose Bonawandt,
617 N. Temple 964 6O71 true! It belongs to a gruop all Mrs. Merle Mardis of and Mrs.Agnes Parrish; from 'p
by itself. The large Swiss Renton Wash. arrived Keystone Heights-Marvin 964-5764 ;
OPEN 8:3O am 6 pm cheese-like leaves are borneon Monday to spend several Wray and John Gilbert from
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Obituaries Church Of God Ladies Note 41st Year Pine Level Baptist Church News r Ii&&' .}:!l:]J First Solo Album Of Gospel Songs t'l


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TORNUOI1AY,\ ),\\' Halloween.' "Four' hay wagons Baptist Church Irom which he '
"Frank R..Coleman :Murray\ ) Carl White Oct 30 was a great day\ for Service' with Love.' Speakers at 2:30: p p.m.. with Kev.'\ Chester highlights of the history of the Sunday. Oct. 30.. Head Coach were(, needed' lo accommodate has gone out us a missionary.. 'Dream, Come True' For Young Christian I \
Frank R. Coleman. 69. of Rt. the ladies of the Starke \were\ :Mrs.\ Allie Kirkland.. ShouppS as the special guest church which.has been active(' David Hurse and Coach Bob nil of the children.' Danny will return lo Mexico ,
2 Hawthorne\ died Thursday.Oct. Murray Carl White.. 21. of Church of God as they :Mrs.\ Helen' Wells and Mrs. speaker.In for the past 44. )years in the Hancock along with thirteen sometime next year after he J

27. at the residence of his Cocoa died Wednesday.). Oct.. celebrated the 41 Anniversary\ Maxine Drake Starke area.The public is players were' the honored has completed a year of What is ahead for the 33: '
26. of the Ladies Auxiliary\ \ \with\ Special thanks were given\ to l'ordiall11'ited\' \' lo attend at the Pine Level 1\1ISSIONAln'U\NN\\ \ \ deputation to continue the is '" Gainesville office of certification Included on the album of 10 ""
guests It a "dream true old .Starke \
come .
son.Born year native.
in Starke, June 23.. Born In Starke, Oct 27.1933.Mr. '78;8 ladies present f for the all the men' of the local (church' the 7 p p.m.. service\' there these t special services' said Baptist Church on their JONKS: Sl'KAKS: AT PINK"; work' in Mexico that was according to "Franklin and while Willeane rides back contemporary and traditional Promoting" his first .album. and !{

1908. Mr.. Coleman had moved White had moved to Cocoa special service' under the for their help' to the Ladies will be special speakers giving\ Rev\ :Mel'. Drake,Pastor. second annual TORNADO I.KVKL: started by his parents. Willeane Naz worth, the and forth with him each day to gospel songs' and' hymns is planning ahead to cut another' :, 'I
Reverend Jones,
to Hawthorne from Starke three )years ago from direction of Mrs Hazel Bass. Auxiliary\ In the past )\\ear. DAY. Each year the church Danny completion of Franklin's' liist her job at the University of Franklin's favorite" "How one\! us soon as possible,
three A retired Lexington,S SC., and worked Missionary\ to the land of of Law. Great Thou Art. \_
years ago. as Red roses \were\ given\ In \ recognizes' the coaches and solo album of music, Florida College ;
Marching
Rated Mexico Level
Superior at Pine gospel
carpenter, his parents \were an auto parts salesman. to each lady\ \who\ has been a The Starke Church of God BUS Band players of the Bradford' spoke "WHAT"SUNDAY,\ "How Big Is God.'' .. I
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Church -
the late Moss Coleman and Survivors include his wife.. member of the church for 30 4:!:2! No.. St. Clair St.. will have\ Tornadoes for their out Baptist last Sunday Sunday, Nov. 6 6., has been Born in Starke and singing The album, recorded in -
Seleta Varnes. An Army Jean A. White: two daughters. it's annual The' band performed' "Mack:\ evening, Oct.. 30. Danny grew IF"
) .\\ears. homecoming da\\. School standing athletic leadership designated as "WHAT AIda Rraswell of and playing the guitar since Auburndale, (Fla. and made or
\veteran' ofVV\ \ II.. :'.Mr Angela and Joy' all of Fernandma The inspired testimony of Sunday, .\ov.6th.-': \ Pastor:\ l marching Bradford band High received\' a the Knife.\ '." "Make:\ :Me-' Smile"' and successful, winning up in Mexico Rev.. and where Mrs. C.L.hispill'ents. Sunday, The church is expecting Washington St. of Starke 603 Is E.a the age of five, Franklin and pressed' in Nashville, is beina

Coleman was a member of the Beach: his father, :Mrs.\ Honor Sweat.\\ 88. and Drake will be speaking and the tenth and. "Marching:. Trumpets' season. Each coach and to reach an all time $$100 winner his mother duets promoted and distributed by
superior rating for have worked' for the In the $$300.000Kckerds sang
Jones,
Bethel Baptist Church at Bobby C. \White\ of Cocoa; :Mrs.\ Jennie :'..Iosle\\'. '77.; \were\ singing at the 11 a.m. service.. in a row in recent' OleV player was presented with a high in Sunday School at Sweepstakes.' together throughout North the Nazworth's and friends It
mother11'5.. \ )jear past twenty years as
Starke. step. : Wanda !greatly-! enjoed\ by all ll present, The choir will be under the competition in the' District .4 bronze plated "Jesus "First" missionaries. is 1977 tendance.. Last Sunday a new Florida Asa teenager sung is also available at the Bible
Survivors include three White of Orlando: mother and also the of direction of the minister' of Danny a set for the buses
the record
singing was
special Bandmaster's Aluminum pm and will receive a the Suwannee in Gainesville The
Pickup lapel on River Book Store
'. '. .. "Florida !? graduate' of Arlington Baptist
,
daughters,Mrs.\ Inez Kapellen step-father :Mr. and :Mrs. music. David Kirkland. .
48oice R \ ladies choir :Mrs.Janell \ \ with 232 riders. The present in
'. Contest held' at thel'ni'ersih' New Testament as a momentoof Jamboree radio that Nazworths said friends
:Marching program
in
and Miss\ Clarice Coleman. Colon Thomas of West ( Dinner will be College Arlington, Texas Madison\ Street
Reece, soloist served\ by\ the School attendance
sang of Florida in the occasion. After the Sunday originated from Live Oak for Florida, Georgia and Ten
i.f i. \ Each While in school $
both of Starke. and :Mrs.\ Columbia. S SC..: two stepbrothers Jesus L'se:Me.'. ." The theme of ladies of the church at l'p m. Gainesville.' \ Tuesday, morning' service' the team instrumental in, Danny was record' is 516 which was set three years Franklin has nessee are trying to get exposure

Wanda Cnbbs of Hampton; Joe Paseur of Cocoa the ser'lceas\ \\ "Together.. Afternoon\ services' \ \will\ be gin The BUS band performed was treated to dinner at Spanish class at the beginning New Yark a Sunday, Oct. 9. The public iscordially Revival Continues done some television work' on for the album with
four sons, Ellis Coleman.. and Jeff Paseur of Orlando, DUI'ino'E'lnbl'l':\ \ Starke's"
invited share in
two :Mrs.'. at that contest better than will Holiday Inn. Avenue Baptist Church where to a local show in Chattanooga, local radio t Motions. The
Harold Coleman. and Robert sisters. Sharon D\al\ f ecology-minded' citizens '
in the last four IIAl.MMKKMlOltO: ;:' the blessings of this week's Tennessee The minister of album, wh'tli'('), h''. been out
the Miss theha'e\ \ a living 17 cents
in Career Set At BHS (
Coleman all of Hawthorne\ Philippines. Day receive\ pound ,
School Revival Services will
services Sunday music "f f October,
and Coleman of Bobbie White of Orlando \ ; \\ears.. said band director' ,' nolds Aluminum IIVYItlDKSaturday \\ : each week He also started the at Hope Baptist since the iwUilU< I
Ernest : onestepsister. II
:Miss\ Paseurof bean. Cassells. >' for thoirclea'n. Oct.. 29, at total of Spanish ministry' at the Worth begins at 10 a.m. continue through this Sunday, Church, Franklin says he has been a diivit' since 1973, I
Recycling
Judy Company
Jacksonville one brother. Orlando ';.Ii'i"Ii\,' College and Career Day 1977; .At\ the College and Career (. household aluminum.Kery seventy young people from the November 6, at Madison usually spends a portion of said Willeane. I It t was recorded I
'
: paternal grandfather
Ned L. Coleman of Starke
: .. will be held' in the Bradford Day program there \will be and Street Baptist Church, 900 W.
{ \\ Junior High Senior High every day either in preparing in May, but not completed
,
one sister, :Mrs.\ Neelie Fowler\ J B. \White\ of Cocoa. ". from ;\ ,' Tuesday' from !9'M I:: lo '
of Alma, Ga.. 13 grand, and maternal grandmother. ;" ., County High School library representatives neighboring 11.. the mobile aluminum\ departments of the Pine Level Grace Baptist Homecoming Set Sunday Madison. music for the choir or in before Franklin's mother
children and one great Mrs. Pearl Andrews of Starke. Irom H 8.35' to 11'15' am, community) technical colleges recycling) unit \will\ be at Baptist Chruch' met at the practice.. He has sung'! locally Mrs. W.T.. (Rachel) Nazworth
Fnd,10:\ 4. state universities\ Thursday and Saturday .
\ \ church for a Halloween Hobo
Funeral services were held Bradford Square, front 01TG& in most of the churches by
grandchild. This offered the trades, industry), armed Each Church will\ Dinner the services will begin at 7:30: died.A
Funeral services held Sunday, Oct. 30. in the DeWitt program/ to \" Store. Hayride. teenager Grace Baptist speaker on invitation all over the
!> were C Jones Funeral Home junior and senior class, is services\ professionals and "'" 17 cents, dressed as a hobo and brought observe its annual grounds will be at 1 p pm., with p.m. Friday's' service will southeast and as far away as graduate of t the Tennesse.;
: ( a
Oct. 30. the DeVVitt Reynolds
Sunday' in Chapel in Starke with James open to the public. Seniors \w\ill vocational-technical\ :c\\ "" J.. for aluminum pays beveragecans \ a can of food that was put into Homecoming Sunday, Nov. 6 6. singing in the afternoon begin at 7 p.m..and be out at 8 8p 8p.m. Canada. Temple Bible> School i,
Funeral
(C Jones Home pound
he able to spend about I1 center.. Catalogs and other V ( Leon T. "; is invited p for the: ball game. The Chattanooga, Franklin said he
C Love, minister a and other clean' a large cast iron washpot to Former pastor Everyone cordially
officiating .. ,
Chapel in Starke with Rev .. ., \ ;
( I U. Brooks Burial was in the family plot hours \with\ the representatives\ t t'pes>' of explanatory handouts :v household aluminum items make Mulligan stew.. While Odum will be the guest to attend.. services Sunday will be from Franklin is married' to the does not! sing other tvpes of
) )
officiating and will about \will be available\' from the 10 to 11 a.m. Willeane Griffis and music, "I I am a Christian and
juniors spent the stew prepared, former
: was being
School Officials Holler
at Crosby Lake foil fl'Oll.'nfood '
Burial was in Kingsley Lake Cemetery Inspect! ( ti\'es.' !such I as s pie plates /
\ God
1'1'' i hours. n'presenta and dinner' traxs. and dip the young people enjoyed a they have two boys, Daryl, a gave me a gift, and .I.
'
Cemetery Bradford county school electrician Jerr>\ \Uudsworth.tupprlnlendent \ \\\ pudding and meat' containers.' hayride along Sampson Lake. Bculah Church Sets Homecoming The Evangelist, Rev. James student at Bradford Middle figure I better use it for him,"
Is the
.. Tom (Case>' and board member .\\rt llollida>' returned to play McKeithcn doing School, is taking piano said Nazworth.
Joseph F. Kollar :Mrs.\ Rachf'1' \ .Sasser' (Certain other' items\ including They Eddie Blalock is
Inspect!> a recently' ) repaired' and cleaned boiler at the high!( volleyball and eat stew, preaching. lessons.. Eric, a student at
t14E ...., aluminum siding, leading the singing. The But he does, said
school.: I.AIZGE.Sr "": :: :r friends to attend. Scott, sing
and Koolaid Over 280 Beulah Church on Southside Elementary
Joseph!> F, Kollar, 76. of Mrs Rachel V -"f." T"T'T'> .. ... glitters' storm door' and cookies Baptist Rev.. C.It. Swartz Willeane whether it is (.
: ,
I'T. ,
Sasser. of \'
80. A check of the' boiler "included' in a tour b,' all the school will The morning service will pastor
> .. .. and girls from the SIl-21 in Clay County likes to sing.
Starke died Oct. 2H, .
boys
Friday. in
and lawn
Bradford County Hospital 619 W.. South St., Starke.. died board members Tuesdaj' with architect (Craig' !Sallex S Inspect.. ..".".. ....n.OHE' ".I .''LLIO'. ..._'" "r'..N'' \window\ frames also\\ Beginner and l Primary> celebrate' its 127 Homecoming begin at 11 a.m., a basket extends each one T warm welcome The soft spoken Nazworth, working around the house or

of :Mr.'. Sunday, Oct... 30. the cafeteria auditorium and g> m for priorities' in renovation.' ...u'' '" "I .:..", ... "tit. furniture tubing are also enjoyed' a Sunday, Nov. 13., and invite all lunch at 1 p.m. and special to attend these Revival works for the state Depart outdoors Franklin also enjoys
A native departments
Germany .
if
worth 17 cents a pound
A lifetime .. \\ .
Kollar had lived in Florida for resident of the The board members spent' about two hours on the' Inspection! The name Calvin comes from the Latin meaning "bald. '' u 0.o< ::> Ttl...Uh.7."U"'" : prepared.' hayride this year at former members, pastors and singing in the afternoon. services. ment of Transportation in the hunting /anri fishine.PIGGLY
Starke o NU"" properly
to Starke area. Mrs. Sasser was and that could cost$$1.5 million ov\er a f fh'p >par' program. : t to .:: :{ i"
12 years moving born Bradford "" .oJ'' .oM'' "
in
County, Jan .'..
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from Waldo three years ago.He .
19.1897 "
Parents
were the late I f' '6.
\was retired. from the Prudential William Brown and :Mary\ Mike\ Andrews .. /' '""l ....4'-,...

lasurance. Co Tanner and husband the late EVERY WEDNESDAY
daughter Survivors, :Mrs.. include Joan Hopper one was Benjamin a member Sasser. Mrs.\of Sasser Grace Elected Pres. PRICES IN THIS AD EFFECTIVE Our Is You DOUBLE GREEN STAMPS lO'ltGREEN .

Job Pleasing ...
of Lockport.. III. one !son.> Baptist Church. On All Purchase Of "5". Or Mora -....,. 4 ** '*''t.. gT"''r'

Harry J. Kollar of \\ildwood.NJ. \ Survivors include one son, Of J Junior Class NOV. 3.. 1977 THRU NOV 9, 1977 .",.- : ..... ..i ., ...
.
:. one sister!> Mrs. Anna J J.W. Sasser of Starke .$ "
Carle of Mill town. :N.J.; and brother. Clyde Brown: one of WIGGLY STAMPS -.(\.. ,p ;.*. '. 'T ,
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r"
nine Funeral grandchildren.services \v ere held Starke: one sister, Mrs Mora :New-': officers selected for the ', ."....... .'....."". ).'... .

:. Oct. the DeWitt Clark of Starke; two grandsons Bradford High School Junior ,,_to .., .;.(.: hC. '
Monday 31. in I'
John Sasser. Jr. and Class are Mike Andrews, ." .., ., i(: .... .
C. Jones "Funeral I Home David J J. Sasser.. both '' '
of president' ; Irene Wamwright, PURE
Chapel with Rev LeKoy Olive Starke. ALL GRINDS
,
\vice-president.: Stacey lIayes.secl'etal'y
officiating. Burial was in Funeral services were held and Randall Craw PARAMOUNT PREMIUM GRADE
(Crosby' !> Lake (Cemetery.llosea Tuesday, Nov. 1 I. in Grace ford, treasurer MAXWELLHOUSE PORK SHOULDERSMOKED VEGETABLECRISCO i-j

Baptist Church with Rev. The new officers were

Vanzant Merle Packham and Rev. "selected in a meeting Oct. 24."
Mr Hosea Vanzant, 78, of o D. Moore officiating. Burial The class is planning on WHOLEFRYERS I

Rt. 1, Lawtey, died Tuesday, was in Hope Cemetery at selling hand lotion by Luzierto
Nov. 1 in the V.A. Hospital In Theressa under the direction make for the
money junior- "Franklin Nazworth on the cover' of his first solo album of
Lake City following a long ill of DeWitt C. Jones
Funeral senior prom. Anyone Interested '"
gospel musIc "How HIJC? Is God.
ness Home. in purchasing it is
Born in Kings Ferry in asked to contact one of the

Nassau County, Fla. March 2 2., Junior class officers or Jean COFFEE-
1899, Mr. Vanzant moved to Lloyd Johnson Koznowski. 3 Lb. CAN METHODIST YOUTH I

Lawtey\!; from Nassau County Mr.. Lloyd L. Johnson, 68, of The Juniors are sponsoring
six years ago, He was a retired 411 Sapp St.. Starke, died a Homecoming Dance Friday. Lb. by Don Denton'

commercial fisherman, Wednesday, Nov 2 2., in Brad !Nov: 4, at the Armory' The Youth Director

an army veteran of WWII and ford County Hospital following price' is $$3 a couple and $$2 1 Lb.. CAN 40 children Hefreshments were lurnishcd ;
a member of the American a lingering illness stag. The Juniors will also be Approximately by Mrs.\ Don ll.irdcnbrook "- J

Legion Post in Fernandma A lifetime resident of the selling corsages for the dance FRESH NEVER FROZEN 2 T$ EAG under the home ten of and Mr.\ adults and Mrs.met Don at and Mrs.\ I'hoelx' ?
Beach Starke,area, Mr.Johnson was The music will be furnished bya 28
Bdkken. '
Survivors include one son, born June 30, 1909. His parents 5 piece band called TKIK.. 'Denton last Saturday evening 'The haywagon' \was\ fur
for Halloween treat
Carl Vanzant of Lawtey, three were the late George W. a )
daughters, Mrs. Myrtle;Smith Johnson and Deborah Blume. LIMIT* 2 BAGS ((4FRYERS ) .WITH OTMZR PURCHASES Or $$7" OR MORE EXCLUDING CIGARETESLYKES The evening activities nished by Fisher Gaskins dri"t-n' mid
Backus and was
of Sneads, Mrs. Hazel Beard Mr. Johnson was a retired Inmate Recapture* began with a bonfire and Steve and (ilcnMoore.
of Panama City,and Mrs.\ Lois carpenter and a member of WITH wiener roast. After everyone !>y John Dempsey

Kennedy of Savannah, Ga., the Baptist church. Near FSP Ground was full they all loaded onto a \ t
The youth of the firstUnited 1'!>
one brother. Moody Vanzantof Survivors include, his wife, WITH COUPON hay wagon and journied in the Methodist (Church, in

St, Augustine; 15 grand Mrs. Elnora Rosier Johnson; John Pagnella.. an inmate at COUPON BELOW dark' to meet the ghouls and Starke wish to thank those

children and 19 great grand five sisters, Mrs. Mary Florida State Prison, serving BELOW goblins of Halloween. who supported their tINtCKK:; : "
fire rekindled on \\
chi Idren. Starling and Mrs Violet time under light custody, was SWIFT PREMIUM SAVE The was evening.' .
51c drive last Thursday (
Funeral services will be Underhill both of Starke; Mrs recaptured Tuesday morning B LS. BOTTOM Sunday evening as :30 collected' $$11:1: to hI'l1St.d
held at 10 a.m. Friday, Nov.. 4 4.in 4. Amy Wilmot and Mrs. Nettie after walking off from tin- SAVE 91 LYKES SMOKED jv"g} 8 $ 58 8 8y teenagers and adults gatheredfor : The youth needy
the C. of Jacksonville BONELESS FRESH FROZENB128 LEAN SOLID MEAT ROUNDROAST lH. |LIMIT 1 CAN WITH COUPON AND OTHER a second night of hot) dogs for hungry
DeWitt Jones Simpson and prison's block manufacturingplant. LB.tz18 FAMILY PAK 2 2LB 4 O Q LYKES HOT OR MILD $ $15| children around' the world.
Funeral Home Chapel in Mrs.\ Bernice Bellender of .. LIMIT 1 CAN WITH .COUPON AND OTHER] GRILL L FRANKS PKG: 5 SAUSAGE I WHOLE E HCA B TURKEY NECKS LB 33e CUBE STEAKS LB. $178 PURCHASES OF '?7... OR MORE and a hayride.

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Starke with Elder Cecil Denver, Colo.Funeral Assistant Superintendent PURCHASES OF 7" OR MORE BUFFET HAM .. ) .
EXCLUDING CIQARETES AND OTHER .. ') '=I
Williams officiating Burial services will be LYKES \\---/-'J.
'
J Combs said -
C.
will be at 2 p.m .Friday in the held at 2 p.m. Saturday, Nov. overtaken in a Pagnella wooden area was EXCLUDINQ CIQARETES AND OTHER BEEF OR MEAT 1 LB PKG.BOLOGNA O C HALF SLICED EMPIRE FROZEN EXTRA TRIM < 98 FREE ADVERTISED SPECIALS : -- .:";'J'' 1JJi''
WASTE '
8 $1 1
5
SPECIALS
58 /
8 'LB
old Brickyard Cemetery near 5, in the DeWitt C. Jones off State Road 225-A, about ADVERTISED LYKES PALM RIVER SLICED ? 0 SMOKED PICNICS :=!!f88 t 8 BAKING HEN LB, gjEFWyOAST' HEAVY WESTERN 68 FL" :.. l
Kings Ferry in Nassau Chapel with Rev Roman $
three miles east of the prison
County.. Alvarez officiating. Burial He was serving five years for ... MOKEDLICED ..B, f108 HILLSHIRE CRT"SMOK'DESAUSAGBEI' $ PAN READY C HltJ EYE $ LB. $1| ... Hummingbirds can fly backwards. "
STEAK$288 BONELEBS
Card Of Thanks Cemetery will be in in Elzey Union County.Chapel. Lake burglary County.on a conviction in 1,vtilvL/// ALL QRINDSiTMAXWELL .1 BACO 158 CUT FRYERS B 48e=4 8 miEMUNLB- DELMONICO R AST PURE VEGETABLECRISCO Theressu News

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The family of Frank R.. Bradford I LYKES BY THE PIECE LB C O e HEAVY WESTERN -- k198* felTc'EDOXTAILS-58C' 5 8 e ASSoTTE&THDOPSB1& 138 COOLWEATHEFi II) ('h'r(' )Ilollrlau) ,:
I
Hosp. Receivesediation LYKES SPICY BRAUNSWEIGER DO SIRLOIN STEAK (;
Coleman would like to thank I I TIME FOR STEWS I'hone' 47:12121fllfllfllNKW.S :
(everyone' for the prayers, HOUSE COFFEE $ 8 $ 51.1
food, flowers and acts of Blood Bank Accn. CRYOVACCORNED LB. $12 BONELESS L LB.$138| 3 $ { :\\':;
many FRI & SAT. 8:30: A A.M.M 8:00: P P.M.M LBCAN $128 SAVE ( Ted Taylor> and Eileen Haley.
kindness shown\ to us during 1 LB $$2 68 SAVE 91 NEW SHOPPING HOURSMON: fl S 8:30: A.M. 7:00: P.M. BEEF STEW The children were awarded

the loss of our father. May WASHINGTON D.C., The American Association BEEF SUNDAY NOON 6:00 P.M. Hope Church.. Sunday blue ribbons and silver
:
God bless each one of vou.I October 24", 1977-The of Blood Banks is the nation's' CanLIMIT AS ADVERTISED | LIMIT AS ADRT1SED\ school.. 10 a m, toddlers and dollars.' The judges were

........................... American Association of largest organization com I 11/09/77/ / SAVE BGOOIOur T THRU 11/00/77/ / SAVE *}. children's' worship old church county commissioners I Ha/.el! /
GOOD THRU
I wish to express my sincere Blood Banks (AABB) announced prised of community and . 91'' . 51'' 11 a m.. morning worship new Pan Ik and Maxie Carter and 4II 4-.
blood banks and church llam.. Sunday night,
thanks to all my relatives, Bradford County hospital -- leader Lowell I'arrlsh.
friends and neighbors for all Hospital of Starke has been transfusion services Its 7:15: pm., Wednesday night Everyone: )' seemed to agree, '

their kindness and sympathy accredited by the Association membership includes PLAIN OR SELF RISING DELICIOUS INSTANT SOFT WEVE i GALA PAPER PURE VEGETABLE NEW 3 LITER PLASTIC BOTTLEPILLSBURY 7:30: p m. choir practice, 6:30: the Haunted House was really

during the illness and death of for another two period physicians, nurses, medical BANOUET FROZEN font tint Is pm. Sunday night, 8 8:30: p pm., haunted as )you hoard' shrieks..
technologist and other actively FUUnnk I BATHROOI Job \Wednesday\ night.Homecoming and laughter coming(
my beloved husband Ernest This certifies that the level BEST LIPTONTEA I Lip tan screams
Harris. of medical-technical and engaged in providing *,JUM -NAPKINS rESSON OIL COKE will be held from the dark buildings. thl'Chlldl'en '
administrative performance whole blood and blood com DINNER1ooz.49. Sunday at the church. Willis \went through.h There
Special thanks to Rev f; noun TISSUE ;,,
FLOUR loov TEB & Swindell received\ a plate for who
Paige Bowman and the Ar within the (blood bank or ponents. The AABB has Pleasing Youwith. \wore\ skeletons; of those \\ )
cher-Tanner Funeral Home transfusion service) meets or operated a National ': '" OR the longest member' attending did not escape! a (coffin' \with\ II

-Mrs. Ernest Harris exceeds the standards Clearinghouse program since ;;; and Mike Stanley received a living creature in it and a real

............................. established by the AABB.. 19S3. This program provides a Z'5 plate for coming the most live head hunter witch doctor
Richard H. Walker, M.D., mechanism for donors to LB. lo 68. miles to attend. to hid you good-bye.)
We would like to take this president of the AABB, replace blood voluntarily B"G S8c 140CTPKG Assort ez; ::Ii Special music was given by The young and old omoyed) '
thank each
time to one for all congratulated the governing anywhere in the country and I] Dewitt. Elbert and Doley throwing wet sponges at the

of the prayers that were said, board and staff and added. to coordinate blood exchanges FOODS Mersey accompanied by Mrs funny clown \whose\ facp
DELI HOT
phone calls, cards, and "This recognition by the between banks without cost to LIMIT, 1 WITH f 7 90 OK':'MOAE PURCHASE DELICIOUS Wanda Bishop (the Herseybov seemed to change as different
flowers that were sent to EXCLUDING TOBACCO and Wanda*
AABB is assurance of the donors or patients.. This quartet fathers volunteered Ih'irfaces. (
)jour
Charlotte during her stay in Brother "Franklin Nazworth.
better utilization
continued assures! of all
the hospital.. May God bless interest in GOLDEN FRIEDCHICKEN and the Laughter could be
music

each of and everyone for this act providing medical care the highest to the quality donors available blood supplies. { t z. 39* PUppy GAINES Z. $ DELICIOUS L HI.DRI PAPER .1 CARNATION NONDAIRY t l Z 99c HUNT TOMATO 15O2 3ge church minister choir of \heard waiting\ "from to take the long turns line at

kindness.The Kapellen and patients you serve." BUARC To Hear WDPAK NTATO\ W 3:0Z.: X2 n. BORDENS J 69 I 2'W t i. CAN 12 PIECE FAMILY $ 9 The church. presented Rev. dunking one of three \'oluntivrs -
Family with
............................. This facility is one of more E S. CHOICE BUTTERMILK; TOWELS COFFEE-MATE SAUCE; 8 POTATO. LOGS 3 and :Mrs.\ for:Merle their Packham outstanding m the dunking pool.
than 2.000 blood banks and : DINNER AND ROLLS a plate
The kindness and and
sympathy of all
Guest the of the items shapes
Speaker service to people
of neighbors and friends in our hospital transfusion services INSTANT BROV8RAW N DIET RITE OR *. NABISCO JIFFY CORN 4* HUNTS 1 c could be found in
and the descriptions

recent with sorrow us will as a always precious remain in have the been United accredited States through which Donna Elwt-ll, coordinator QUAKER L 8B 8BO*ES89C r V e..sO, ROYAL CROW! 99C CHIPS 14 OZ.88C FIN 4 as oz.PK3..Z. ft 00 TOMATO :: 63 PINEAPPLE church Lord.Dinner community was held after the walk country was a popular store. place The cake\w\ith

this of the Citizen's Advocacy GRITS MIX PASTE
program. COLAS 8eo homea .
memory is OZ.TMI.. 8 P AHOY service and singing 'vas\\' held everyone trying to take
Our sincere thanks and The purpose of AABB's Committee, from Gainesville BALLARD SWEETMILKOR UPSIDE DOWN home-made cake Gun shots
gratitude for the beautiful voluntary Inspection(' and will speak next Tuesday, Nov. BUTTERMILKBISCUITS $$158 7:13: Sunday "evening. could be heard as! manv tried
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your prayers elevating the standards Association of Retarded 1 : K 5'0' TOMATO '?&' CAKES :Mike\ Stanley ill be married turkey at the 22 cal.. turkey
We also want to thank Dr. of practice within the (blood Citizens 8U IES DOLE GOLDEN '. CATSUP / at the church. All friends and shoot. !Many\ children went(
land and bank or transfusion service) The meeting will begin at
Jack ( Rev. Charles \: LUSCIOUS REDCARDINAL invited to attend. home happy with a chicken or
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Swartz, the staff of Jones which assures superior ser 7'30': p p.m. and be held in the RIPE E a duck won through their (efforts 'f.'
Funeral Home, and the staff vices to blood donors and BUARC building, Sunshine NUTRITIOUS. IS OZ. MARTHA WHITE LB. 99C In the catch ( :

of the Bradford County increased safety in human Acres, on SR-16 west of LOAF 2/99/ c .2 : Ie GRAPES ) 5 LONG GRAINRICE ':.gz 5 PORK PICNIC PERSO .\\I.s Children were surprised pen.a*
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by one of the AABB's place GREAT GARNISH to hear William Our thanks go( lo the
Words cannot express our trained Inspectors canisters about town for MiLWiuKEE HOME LAUNDRY PINT 88 C We are and glad Jessie I l..ee'. are merchants.many .Knulknors 'liulf,

deepest gratitude and appreciation president Richard emphasized H. Walker, MO.that, donations Mental Retardation in observance Month of (OLD pafl1SEs ; 10 LB. Be s SUN-KIST LEMONS 6 '0A4ge CHEESE Carter home from the hospital and Milliards\ of Kcvxtono\ anilStarke

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beloved' husband!> father, and American Association of WELL, FILLEDYELLOW' SWEET MEDIUMYELLOW PORK' department carnival.. Winners !MICCCSS.'
grandfather... Blood Banks can have full a PACK : of the children's' costume The curniviil \\\1\14\ \ a IIUl"'II.
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