Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 10, 1977
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven \,

9 thYearITth STARKE. FLORIDA 15 Cents

Issue Thursday.Nov. 10.1977 Copy t,

? v'til HEW Closes Local:1::1:1i

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''f' > 'The'realignment of Bradford and Union counties from locally
? administered CUBB Economic Agency to a county Community
... \ction Agency In Live Oak may have caused the shut down of the ,
: ederally funded Head Start Monday November 7, without 1
warning. ..
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nembero, CUBB executive director Sally Nelson, Head Start Y
t t :director Daniel Gibbs and attended by Rep. Frank Williams 1 t
1.here was still a lot of confusion over what prompted a telegram w
.Monday' from the Department of Health, Education and Welfarearderine ,
Head Start to shut down immediately.. ,( v i iR

rJ :"Frankly we are not sure some said they did not have an i
why the telegram was sent" alternate for the day care.
.. said Mrs.. Nelson. She said in Federally funded Head
I Jt o R a, conversations she had been Start is a pre-school program
? ,,, Ti,. ,,1 told Head Start did not have a for economically disadvantaged 1
r proper license or Insurance. children giving I
Mrs. Nelson said in a meeting them a learning opportunity.
Oct. 31 with the successor '
agency, Suwanee River ,
--' Economic:: Council (SREC), CountyAdopts
the local CUBB agency was
relieved of the responsibilityof A
liability insurance as of Oct. '
31 and SREC would place
Head Start under its

A I coverage.Mrs. Nelson 'said because of

r the Dec. 1 realignment the
p, r vMa, ti F local agency was lead to believe Gun Law : :.
Y by i HEW;it would be .r ru ,
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allowed to continue until the
takeover. Mrs.\. Nelson said .With only one objection K1 "
she received a call Oct. 28 to Bradford County Commissioners
the effect that Head Start had Monday r ,1, d
i been funded in the amount of November 7, approved an '
.''w+ Ni $21,000[ ft#;> November 'and' ordinance for the issuance of :
$16,000 foe\;'renovation: to the permits to carry concealed '
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and set criteria for that ,
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)was absolutely stunned" from + a
Buyers inspect handfuls of pecans prior to the seasons flrtt A total of 68 growers brought 16.514 pounds of pecans to UK .Mr*.Njdtson told parents. "We Only Cardin objection the came / "
pecan auction at the Starke State Farmers Market Thursday ,auction and went home with $9.673 from 18 buyers. The average 'huvasii;Already, spent on wording '
overWr(1q.Luahe 'jpf a portion of the criteria thatmusC.be A 1 ?
Nov.3. The auctions will continue each price fort was 59 cents <1 brought tbe.j i ias }
Thursday,) p.m. as long pecans per.11oun fe ( f ;{ onon'tliotNovember. j"M.j.1I
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the volume confinuearsaid Allen. 'best prices averaging fronlM toll cents per p ..r.f : If This might committee of two county yr C" ,

T possibly mean the staff of 12 commissioners before a ,
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will not receive any com recommendation is made to

/ $ ,673 In Pecans SoldA seven pensation days for of working the month.the first" substantial the Cardin full board said evidence""explicit and BOOM, BOOM of Homecoming......

Bradford and Union were to Here comes the parade as the bass provides the beat duringthe
demonstrate threat life
not the only counties to receive a to BUS Homecoming parade, Friday Nov. 4.
raise of the eyebrows and local pricing structure for Allen said growers can orders to shut down. was hard to prove and should More Homecoming parade and Tornado Whirl pictures are
the price jumped another half those growers who sell bring any amount of pecans Clay and Baker were included not keep someone from getting on pages six' and 10.Minorities.
r a cent during bidding at this directly to the consumer", and buyers must pay cash to affecting 144 childrenin a gun permit.
said Allen. take advantage of the Chairman George Roberts
year's first pecan auction held the four counties. In Brad
Thursday November 3, at the The Starke auction is the wholesale price.. ford and Union 72 children asked that the objection be
Starke State Farmer's only one in the area and has Also available daily at the recorded in the minutes
will out of school untilit
,,, Market. been an annual event prior to market is a nut cracking remain under SREC. before the unanimous Due
his becoming market service operated by J. R.,' reopens Frances adoption by commissioners
With a raised eyebrow, a manager 11 years ago, Allen Wainwright, l said Allen, executive director of Jackson SREC Roberts E. W. Hodges Maxie
blink, or a nod of the head said. Last year there was only County agent Bobby Taylor Carter and Dave Shuford
16,514 pounds of pecans went to one sale due to low volume of said the l first auction saw set a projected completion Commissioner Hazel Paulk
the highest bidders. A total of nuts for sale, but this year, "prices pretty good for the Children date for reopening by Dec.Head I. was in a Gainesville hospitalfor Bigger Share 'I
68 growers from the local area Allen said, the sales on quality of nuts." Taylor said Start will now have attending to be recerti- routine tests according to
and surrounding counties Thursday at 1 pm. will continue the quality usually seen is fied for clerk: Gib Brown
t went home with $9,673 from as long as growers keep higher,but this year's drought' eligibility.
tI the first auction of the season bringing in enough volume. hurt the crop. Mrs. Nelson said if the confusion The ordinance drawn up by

.. ._ ... continues over the county attorney Dudley Hardy Of County JobsCulmination
I '- h...., ''' L .. 'H. types of insurance and license provides for a $25 non-
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: } needed to operate she forseesa refundable application fee.
y delay in SREC taking over Application obtained from the
of a year long The timetable is to Increaseone
and opening up on schedule. clerks office must include a
running battle with the U. S. minority person over that
f .rknA r t b A ',h'' Mrs. Nelson said Head Start photograph three character Treasury Department and the current work force within a
1 r ti ''w, A has never been required in the references and be notarized. Bradford County Com year.
',Fr, K. r ,! 4a! 12 years of operation to have The application will be missioners hopefully ended The report continues the
Bob Allen. State Farmer's fire insurance, since they do turned over to the sheriff's Monday Nov. 7, when the protective services has
Market manager keeps tabs y yr not own the building. HEW office which will make an board approved a resolution recently added a minority
on the bids during this seasons r rk' > claims lack of fire insuranceis investigation and provide a adopting an affirmative ac employee. Twenty percent of
first pecan auction. Allen 1T one of the reasons for written report to the board of tion plan for the county. their personnel are now
. prodded the buyers to get the y closing the facility. Mrs. county commissioners.. The A timetable and goals were minority. There are no
. best prices for the 68 growers Nelson said the license hingeson sheriff will have the option to submitted along with the plan available women with
bringing nuts to the auction. / received heaters for the make a recommendation on stating the county would add training in protective services
1 room and the heaters hinge on the application.A three minority women in the however women will be
money.A next two years to the clerical: actively recruited as
.letter offering more committee: of two com- staff The clerical staff of 19 vacancies arise, the report
details is to follow the telegram missioners will review the women currently has one
Mrs Nelson said. Rep. application and can requirethe black employee. The report states.The professional staff has
Il tr Iaarn Sxipr Frank Williams said he would applicant to appear before states since the clerical staff one black female which of
?- help Head Start cut throughthe them. If the applicant fails to has the highest turnover rate five employees puts this oc
, red tape and try to get to appear the application of any occupational category cupational category in
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is denied.
.. automatically The
the source of the shut down three minority women shouldconstitute compliance with minority ,
i .::-- :.;:?a'Y Y Parents seemed concerned committee will make a a reasonable goal. ratio. Two of the three are
3 I .. ;! ..-:.:.. :.: about the welfare of their recommendation to the full Men will also be encouragedto women, which is also an ac
[ -.-;- Buyers and growers mingle among 1S.S14 pounds of pecans checking the quality of the several children since most work, andproblem (See Page 7) apply for these positions ceptable ratio for the occupational
I.11 y .:---- varieties up for auction. and there will be an active category.

fu; according market manager recruitment through the high In the county there are two
l' :. Bob Allen school the report states.In non-elected officials In the
tJ Allen said eight to ten of the SINGS PRAISES OF NEW MARSHAL the area of service and category of officials[ and +
Friday, Nov. IIVtUrant 18 buyers were regular buyers maintenance the county has administrators and one of it
recently hired two males and these is a male and
who send most of the nuts one
I bought to shelters, with someto Hampton Council Likes It Peaceful one female in the road female. The report states as a
Day nurseries for stock and department. There are a total class: there are so few em
Banks and County some for retail sales. .& of 16 employees in the service ployees 20 percent would
Offices Closed The pecans in lots from as The entire town council reported improvement in the areas with Hamptonlaw cerning drinking and loiteringneed and maintenance oc comprise less than half a
little as 16 pounds to 639 praised new marshal Ed amount of merchandise taken enforcement.Those areas to be registered with the cupational categories: a totalof person and is not a feasible
Monday, Nov. 14 pounds of a single variety Green, at Tuesday night's by shoplifters.. Green told the : county clerk so they can be three positions should be goal unless seen as part of the
from a grower ranged in price meeting for the job he has council that last month's Inventory wereThe town police car uses a enforced. minority, the report states. entire work force ratio.
from seedlings averaging 50 to done to bring peace and quietto showed a loss of $-100 lot of gas.Green suggested the Chairman Curtis County zoning director L.
Library Birthday 55 cents per pound to Stuarts Hampton. in merchandise but this month town buy police car with a to Green that a dog ordinancewas explained Veteran's Day M. Gaines was assigned the
Party 4 p.m from 63 to 70 per pound for The council's praise wasn't the loss was only $19 much smaller and more In effect but there was no responsibility for the implementation
good quality. limited to words though. economical engine.1Green way to enforce it until the Many people including state of the affirmative
Pre School Average price for pecans Green's salary was increased The town also hired a said the dog town had a dog catcher and a 'employees, the Bradford action plan.
Story Time was 59 cents per pound with from $200 to $-100 a month for second part-time marshal II.! problem In Hampton. is, place to put the dogs after County Courthouse affiliated The affirmative action plan
BC Public Library the highest 72.5 cents per his part-time services. Danny Parmenter who will "Bad!Bad1!Bad i1* Green re they were caught offices and local banks will was prompted by a request for
10a.m. pound paid for Stuarts. The in get a salary of $200 a month ported that during the night celebrate Veteran's tads this the office of Revenue Sharing,
Curtis variety averaged S3 to "Things are quieter now and work 15-20 hours per of 15-20 dogs roam the The town had advertised for year Nov. 11 which on part of the U. S. Department
WednesdayNav.lMicro 60 cents per pound for good Hampton than I "can ever week. rep reefs Hampton a looking! for a dog catcher but took no Friday making it.a three-day of Treasury to hire minorities
quality nuts said Allen. remember them Council Green read police reportto food and could be dangerous. action Tuesday in filling the weekend.In and set up a plan. .
Chairman Ted Curtis said the council outlining <...The city: ordinances con position Town Clerk Mary Lee addition to having a long On November 17. U7,
-Wave Damo. Other varieties of nuts sold Green took the Job 19 days Allen told the council only weekend for trips, Florida's Revenue Sharing began an
Noon to 1p.m.Agriculture In smaller lots brought from ago following! the resignationof two people had inquired about hunting season opens Nov. 12 investigation into local hiring 4
Center 50 cents per pound to 57.5 Steve Varnum at last Trials Set Here rn J 2 Civil Cases the job. and hunters and campers will practices as the result of a f!
cents per pound. month's meeting. Since taking Green also asked the council be on the move warns Florida letter written to that office
The market manager said the job Green has managed to Cases involving a fall in a 'are co-p1alaHfts in a case who was to work on the policecar Highway Patrol director claiming: the county used ,
Elje community the quality varied quite a bit solve many of the problemsthe grocery in'1974 and an auto against Winn-Dixie scheduled if it had mechanical Eldrige Beach. discrlmataryAlringpractk'es.
Mate Dank at the sale getting the wide town was having with disorderly accident:: in 1973 are scheduled for Nov. 14. M..... Devoe was problems. The council Abe The director warns hunters The county has changed
range of prices. "The auction conduct and public for civil court trials next week injured in a fall on June 21, that repair business not to fire a gun from or methods of advertising for
A.1e Nw IawN u" operates as a service to the drinking at the Hampton at the Bradford County 1974 in the grocery. kept In Hampton and OUie across any 'liway and not to pesitlons and has submittednew
T...._tYrNaa growers to get them com- Handy Way Store. Courthouse. The Devoe claim the floor Sheppard was ,I appointed to stop their vehicles on the employment applications. a
l OtfMil IMVTMC Cir... petitive prices and provides a The store management also Elveria "and Smith Devoe (See Page J> handle repairs. roadway. for Treasury approval.. ,

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-UEGRA PH Nov.10.1977
Norman, Roger Bennett Wed Oct. 29 I

Margo'rgaret Ann Nor-, "Haddock- performing the High also a School graduate graduate of ,Jones and f Sfoeeaf SPule $/ WI j !

Misjdughter of Mr. 'and. puptials.The couple College. She is employed at
ma'E.L Norman of Starke was accompanied Sawyer-Slade Gas in Starke.
!t' ..1d Roger Dale Bennett;, son by their parents. Mr. Bennett is also a Brad
t j of Mr. and Mrs'GaryBennett After the wedding the ford High School graduate, (lady! Illooly, Soci'lyilo,? 96,4.7608, '

1 of Lawtey, were united in couple was honored at a and is employed with Wlnn- L T" ." .. ..40- _..'_ ..., .'" -
in Jacksonville.Mrs. .
marriage Saturday, Oct. 29. in supper Dixie in Starke. :J
.: Bennett is a Bradford ..,..... !
Folkston Ga.. with Judge oJ .S. 'Retha ,
Woe .
Linda Jones and Mike Stanley
I Junior Women To. Meet. Nov.. 1.d.. Bruce Haddock<
\ Wed Nov. 5 at Hope, Baptist ChurchLinda :
The Junior Women's Club by the hostess at the close of r Wed Recently:
held their monthly executive the meeting.
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar A. Sue Jones, daughterof
board Monday,
meeting b
Ila i4 and Mrs. R.B. Jones of
of Wood of Lithia, Fla. announce
7 at 7:30: p.m. at the home The regular monthly ?
and Robert Mike
Joan Hall with 12 members meeting will be held Monday, the marriage of their Starke
present.Refreshments. Nov. 14, at 7:30: p.m. at the IzkiK daughter, Retha Jean, to Stanley of Arvada, Wyo., son
were served club house. ft':, Bruce Tyler Haddock, son of of Mr. and Mrs. R.L. Stanleyof
Mr. and Mrs. Cosby S. Had- Keystone Heights, were
.. -- -- -- -- -- dock of Kingsland, Ga. united in marriage Saturday,
The couple Is residing in Nov. 5 at 3 p.m. in the Hope

Jack McComb, a patient in Mr. and Mrs. Brad Locke Plant city where Mr. Haddockis Baptist Church, Theressa,
North Florida Regional and family of Bradenton employed at the city hall as with Rev. Merle Packham
Hospital is out of intensivecare visited her mother, Mrs. 'r { Finance Director ;and City performing the nuptials.
following a heart attacklast Shellie Gerle, and family over Clerk. Mrs. Haddock is Organist Marcia Lee and
week. the weekend. Jtt' ;d hyt.'FF't,] :f.: employed as secretary in the Block, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie
.' phosphate industry at presented a programof
_ .):' :\ Mulberry, Fla. nuptial music.
,"' ..sl '. 'vf. ',,', ,.' Mr. and Mrs. C S. Haddock R.L. Stanley attended as
.''i". ,. sqf .,,' rry will be remembered as for- best man. Ushers were Arnold
d ry L ,. mer, long-time residents of Reed, Alvin Stanley and
Starke and Bruce is a Ronnie Jones.
V1Fp''d' y graduate of Bradford High Mrs. Mike Gaskins servedas Sr
FORCHRISTMAS School and the University of matron of honor and Donna t
South Florida. Bruce's sister Harris was bridal attendant. ,
CLASSES iA'r and brother-in-law, Phyllis They were gowned alike in S.'
and James Talley are soft beige gowns accented
Make Your Special Gifts For Christmas teachers in the Bradford with light blue and light
County School system in orange trim; square neck and rIJ
Macrame' Christmas Workshop Starke. long sleeves. They carried t
baskets of autumn flowers
Starts Nov. 15 Nov. 19 & 26 p P "c e !t ta Karen Howe matching their dresses.
Given in marriage by her
Register by Nov. 12 register by Nov. 16 Mr. and Mrs. Roger Bennett father, the bride wore a white
Carl HunsingerTo floor length gown with empire
Children's Workshop Decoupage waist. The scoop neckline was
I- n.III..4"lMr. / Wed Nov. 17 enhanced with a tulle ruffle, a
for Christmas Starts Nov. 17 satin bow at the waistline and
and Mrs. Joseph W General Hospital. Grandparents chapel length train. Her long
Dec. 3 & 10
Nov. 15
register by Crawford of Starke announce are Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Mildred Howe of veil of chantilly lace was J
register by Nov. 30 the birth of a son, Christopher Howard A. Coleman,Mrs. Starke announces the approaching secured with a satin bow
Or For Information Joseph, born Oct. 7 in Alachua Gertie Crawford of Starke and marriage of her headpiece. She carried a
Call Stop By
Harold Crawford of Lawtey. daughter, Karen, to Carl cascade of autumn flowers
Hunsinger, stepson of AngusT. centered with a white orchid.A .
Local Artwork For Sale _
McDowell of Crawfords- reception was held in the
Macrame' & Decoupage Items ville. Fla. church Educational Building.
The wedding will take place Standing in the receiving
Made To Order. Place : CHRISTMAS SPECIAL] Thursday, Nov. 17, at 7 p m. at line were the bride and groom,

"AnsFNie, amede Your Order Now the Heilbronn Baptist Church their mothers and attendants.Mrs. .
Fne' with following in
h Ardel Brannen kept thebride's
20% Discount On
Hall. 7
the Fellowship
S"I) a book.
f"'''''''' "A.: All friends and relatives are The bride's table
I and
Ga" V' BV\ Living Color Portraits Invited to attend.Sandra punch
ueetnatP'nHen4i0 ., table were covered with lace
M BULLINGTON'S STUDIO cloths over blue underlay and
uatam Fw, tore y Gj\JI\ O I held hurricane lamps ac-
FnminO I t- 104 W Call St. 964-7271 Ebling cented with autumn flowers. ?d
Mrs. Arnold Reed and Mrs. --
III For )Xmas Delivery. Sitting Must e. By Nov. 18. 1977 Jimmy AlvarezTo Tim Head cut the cake and :Mr. and :Mrs. :Mike Stanlex. I
150 W. Call St. Starke 964-7792 were assisted in serving by

]q" T,1, ,h. 1.T. ..............."' nasal Wed Nov. 12 Misses Gina Brown, Rhonda Anne Terwillegar Herbert Nelson JI .
Harrell, Valerie Jones and I
Brenda Prevatt. Mrs. Wayne
Sandra Ebling and Jimmy
Alvarez will be united in Sapp aunt of the groom Engagement- Told
marriage Saturday, Nov. 12, greeted the guests at the door.
to Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Byron ; broker and is
at 8 p.m. in the First Baptist Following a wedding trip Isdetelopmg
Church, Starke with a Daytona Beach the couple will Terwillegar announce the SI I Corono Island
reception following in the reside at Gillette, Wyo. where engagement of their daughter. Ha..
Woman's Club. Mr. Stanley is presently Anne to Herbert A. \: plson.Jr. .
All friends and relatives are employed with Davis Electric ., son of Herbert A. :Nelson. Sandra
invited to attend. Co. Sr. and the late Mrs. :Nelson of

-- -- -- -- -- -- -- _.-- .. Keystone December.Heights.A ,10. wedding, ../; .is... LuncheonHonoree'5.. ..
-' ... h planned: "' > "" 'If ''1't 'tMM O' 'M* IW>'
'JI M Mr. and Mrs. Richard StanleyMatthews of' Miss Terwillegar'attendtd 1 ", :>hlJ':
: Jockel Col. and Mrs. V.J. Shreveport La. is the guest of schools ''of Foreign Study 'lit'>
Spengler! Mr. and Mrs. E.L. Matthews while on a London. Paris and Homo; and
:Miss Sandra : xOiosomarriaiio
Eugene Tanner and Mr. and business trip to this area of also Wesleyan College in lo .1.lllnmh aI"'l
: : Mrs. Douglas Hardy attended Florida. The two were classmates Macon. Ga. ol
: will ho an tent :Nox I 12.
s iiH
"South Pacific" at the Alham- at the Virginia Military Mr. Nelson graduated from was cnmplinionlod, at a lunch
Institute in Va. of Florida I Ho
Tc1 -bra.Sunday .night. Lexington, the University tam Sl1l1nl.I111 the Pivan

I |hasp ol tho'i.irdcn; Restaurant

1I.h'C'n'" :Mrs" Carl
Sap| ol Starko' :Mrs, Charles"
25" ODQM-5 T.V. SHLES & $25 .''' Hi.>stick and :Mrs P.IIIIl"a"lflr"
ol Gttn'st;, lilt'. aunts" ol the
SERVICE IWO I"'l'I1I''m, and, :Mrs"
1 \\ H :Mmidx ol StaikoItrulal '
plate cards" markoil
132 Lawrence Blvd.
.a o tlio "seating ;iirrantiomonl!>! lorlhot.
473-2733 Keystone Heights, Fla. 473.2733 : .*> piosls! al the t-sh.ipiil" .
table Tho ln-ad lahlo 'hold an
arrangement nl' } ,'l1manrl
!gold>! pi>ni|>onis" and a gat land
GIFT CERTIFICATE of tern ox or xollow "satin
rihlMtn oNlondiVi, down the,
!length ol, the "side I lahlosPompom "
llorotsoro placid
Redeemable On Any New Or Used Portable B.W. at onerous on I the tern
:Mrs.K: Khlinit.niolhor olIho
1 T.V. Or Stereo Or Any Antenna Installation honoroo.. was; among the|
KiioslsFollowing' '
'a''' tholuiu'hoon' each
ropCLla3iai5S5j3 feftri *.. 1,1171 25 guest! was' !jjixon>! an moles card
lo write down her lax onto
"recipe 'for the hru 1e-to !he'
The hostesses" presented'
treUe1OUS. :Miss" KlilinK:: xxith a I oopateoami .
and to her
a saucer
I $ ooooooooo o o rhoson china III".1 IIl'nwnlo..t.hl'

rustic oak occasion.
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tI I '- it; YOUR NEW HOME Rev. Bryant

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i atestuySe .. .K IS READY Speaks At UDC

) er ottere e I R IF YOU ARE Meeting

Hex Ben Bryant spoke on
c7J I the first Thanksgiving at the
\\ T Week's chapter. L'.DC
SAVE 49"
Reg. 299 meet i ing Vt ednesday afternoon
of last week held. at' the

double dresser, mirror, $249954drawer Holiday Rev.: Bryant Inn. stressed the

bed fact that "holiday" came
chest and panel only
: from Holy Day and days of
Thanksgiving went hack to
-SI This handsome new suite from Florida has a look all Its own. biblical nays when (thanks

S It's eclectic not Colonial, not Contemporary, not Ranch WK'VK BUILT AHEAD SO were introduced given. The speaker was

but, instead, a touch of each unique! Finished in Speer. by Mrs. H.L.
Rustic Oak, it lends itself to any decor 'with a YOU CAN MOVE IN NOWI Mrs. Herbert Thomas

quality that's rare and a price that's unbelievably low) president, presided over' the .
Through research, we determined the home preferences business meeting hen plans,'
Matching night. stand) .94P'IT'S of our area and have built several homes that for the December meeting
,,i include the space, convenience and features that you were discussed. S i t"::. '
ar a auRUituRE I'' p I.;:;asked for. At the close fo the meeting a.
DO BETTER AT 'I" social hour was enjoyed; '
A FACT YOU CAN { ..,This! Lovely 2 Bedroom 2 Bath Spacious Living .

y'room A Fantastic Kitchen With Custom Cabinets

::: :} 'l+ f;f Also There la A Den Option, 1198 Sq. Ft. Of BRADFORD: ,
: ;' ;.Insulated Area See Today On S-18 (Paved 'Ol'; TELEGRAPH:
I +' ROad) Off Fla. 100. 800 Feet From Crystal Lake f 0/, ,
: i...wMhr* I3S W. Call Street-y
., Starke Florida 3JO 1.. .'
( ,)4.: Bob Harris Second Clans portage Paid"

f 4 L'Call j Affordable Homes Of Florid at Starke-, KorM( '

"' .r '" 473-3133 SubseriplionRatee,". { l' I

.:..tiW" ---- Intrade.reat''JJWr\\ or
434 W. Call $4"ala months;J-: '
AMtUC. year
Starke Fla. Outside lraa>area;nC' 51, ) IIer \\1 1I
.964-5827 > > OfO O O O O O O O O O O-O'O' O I year; U.se lib month ; ,I .. ,
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Nov.10.1977 TELEGRAP Page 3 I

Ann Allen Starke Man Sai r

HonoredAt After Toccoa FloodGary

BreakfastMiss Hamilton called his :couple was okay. Gary ah J \
parents,Mr.and Mrs. Sherrod said he worked around theX. Ii i,|
Ann Allen, Nov. 5' Hamilton of Starke Monday clock in a message center '
bride, was honored at a morning reporting he and his where emergency calls were
bridesmaids' breakfast ,4. wife, Mary Beth, had escaped being received from families (
Saturday at 9:30: a.m.given by injury and house damage calling about their student

her aunt, Mrs. Charles Mc- .ef-t 'k. from the flood that devastated children. !
Callum, at Newnan's Lake t Toccoa Falls Bible College Hamilton 19f>8 graduate of
Gainesville. Sunday morning, killing :38 Bradford High School, is
The three dining tables were persons. comptroller! for the college. ,
centered with arrangementsof The Hamiltons have a new
red and white carnations. t ill t I F4'N home in the high, outlying
Bridal place cards marked the area in Toccoa where they
seating arrangement for the only received about an inch of
13 guests. water in their basement from
Among those attending with the flood.
the honoree were Misses Hamilton was unable to call
Karen Rhoden, Marilyn his parents before Monday
McCallum, Kathy Taylor, because of the power failure
Gloria Strickland. Kathy and fallen telephone lines

.t .....,.. Locke, Marion Kay Allen,, since the disaster struck, but
IMargaret --
Gayle Douglas, Mrs. George the Hamiltons had received a
and E.L.Norman on cruise around Cancun Island, Canova and daughter, Cindy, message from Mary Beth's
I Mexico. Pirate In the background is taking over the cruise ship. Mrs. Eddie Douglas, Mrs. BHS Class Of '48 Holds ReunionMembers parents Sunday afternoon
H.B. Williams and Mrs. R.E. from Georgia saying the ;
Allen, Jr., mother of the
E.L. Norman's Win Trip To Mexico''' honoree. of the BUS classof 24 members with wives and Attending the class' 29th -
1948 held a reunion and husbands attending.The ,. --..
Corsages were presented to reunion were: ; : 4J
Mr. and Mrs. E.L. Norman man's stayed at the El Presidential Miss Allen and Mrs. Allen. banquet Saturday night, Nov clubhouse was Kneeling (Ir.E.W.) {j, 1

of Starke spent from Oct. 12.19 Hotel.While there they Miss Allen was also given a 5, a t the Sta rke Golf and Country decorated with the school Hodges, Starke; N.G. Hayes, Mr. and Mrs J.T.last Carver Thur- ...;.. .. Club and nir
on a week all-expense paid took a ferry ride in the Gulf of silver casserole dish from her with approximately colors of scarlet and grey, Brooker; Albert Stefanelli, family spent
vacation Mexico, a bus tour to sday and Friday in Orlando Kirk Minton receives information -
by Whirlpool Appliances Media hostess as a memento of the Jacksonville; Lucy Barton attending the tate Professional -
to Cancun, Mexico. Mexico and other sightseeing.Thy occasion.. The W-shaped dining tables White, Starke; from the Army I
Won for selling more Whirl. were part of 150 Whirl- were covered with red cloths Seated-Sharon Hall Locke Engineering con recruiter during Career Day
pool appliances as the pool representatives and their and held white pompom and Bradenton; (Francis Morgan vention at the Sheraton held at Bradford High School
manager of Sawyer-Slade wives. They flew from Miamito W.C. Rhodens leather leaf clusters down the Gray, Neptune Beach; Towers. Nov. 4.

Gas Co. of Starke, the Nor. Cancun. length of the tables. The head Miriam Hornsby Brown, . I II
Dinner Hosts table was centered with an Starke; Sally Ambrose I. .
arrangement of red and white Manning. Jacksonville; Joyce _
Buffet Supper Held By Mr. and Mrs. W.C Rhoden pompoms and leather leaf Ward Barton, Melrose; Helen 2 For 1 Coupon -
I were hosts at a dinner party fern.E.W. Adkins Richarde Ocala: Eva plea
Meth. Choir Members Friday night at the Starke Hodges was master of Mae Triest Kykendall, Keystone I ""
Golf and Country Club for ceremonies; Don Neel gave Heights. Buy One Pizza Get One :JIut '
Dennis and fiancee the devotional.A Brown I.
their son, StandingHilda
The Methodist choir had a Rev. and Mrs. George the 21 Miss Ann Allen, following the get-acquainted hour was Myers, Jacksonville; Don 1,. For Equal Value Free. .
covered dish supper Sunday Harper were among couple's wedding rehearsal. held from 7 to 8 p.m. and a Neel, Starke; Alene Starling
I evening at 7 p.m. at the homeof attending. Bridal place cards for the 37 .9 steak dinner served at 8 p.m. Scott Gainesville; Odessa Good Only In Starke, Fla.
Mr.and Mrs.Drew Reddishfor Following supper the During the dinner Gainesville Ona
guests seating everyone Thomas, ; I .
of the choir
members of the choir, members prac- arrangement at the U-shaped introduced himself and told Demorest Shupe, Merritt Offer Good Monday Thursday I Only f
ticed the Christmas cantata.
husbands, wives and dates. table The head table held an about his or her career since Island; Blanch Nasworth 197'i
fall graduation. On display was a Maitland Alice Holton Good Tii Nov 31.
Arrangement of mixed Lloyd, ; ,
I ;WYou.-Xnow. flowers and greenery and Bradford County Telegraphissue Littleton Tampa; Rudolph = .ciPon __ [
candles were placed at In- 'c \ of the 1948 graduationwith Sapp, Starke; Mitchell Brown,
tervals down the length of the ,, i pictures which was a Lawtey: Helen Whitehead ""
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Fergusonand Mr. and Mrs. R.R. Tur- tables. highlight of the evening. Klicker, Jacksonville; Spike "I,i
Mr. and Mrs. John Miller nipseed Jr. of Arcadia were During the dinner Dennis candlelight memorial ser Vance, Washington, Penn.. '
attended the Fall Conventionof weekend guests of Dr. and and Ann presented gifts to vice was held for Bobby Frazier Mildred Mann\ Green,
the Florida Press Associa- Mrs. H.H. Adams. their attendants. -.W7 .I' '.11:> Marie McKinney Conner Brooker, and Lee Taylor. "Within Your
tion in Tampa last weekend. and Donald Gnffis. Lawtey.
While there, the Miller's Miss Louise Stern, W.A. Belinda Kilby is on the Spike Vance of Washington, Means Now
visited Mrs. Miller's brother- Stern and Mrs. Peggy Shaller receiving end of a Pa. traveled the furthest to 1r ,
attended the Luzier dinner ,I'
in-law and sister Mr. and cosmetology demonstration
Mrs. Bill Meng in St. Peters- meeting at the Holiday Inn in :bJ YoJ now during carter day at BUS. The The next reunion is plannedfor Peace Of Mind
burg. Lake City on Sunday.Mrs. Vo-Tech School participatedalong 1982.

with 50 other schools, Dr. and Mrs. James P. "
O.S. Dixon of Nashville Mr. and Mrs. R.O. Dansby w Always.
Mrs. Lila Caldwell, Mrs. business and service Young of Jacksonville were
Lila Rae Yawn and daughters, ,Tenn. is visiting her son- visited Mr. and Mrs. Roy representatives Sunday visitors of Mr. and
Dianne and Betsy, and Mrs. in-law and daughter, Mr. and Andrews in Jacksonville on ::b/joJ/ now. Mrs. C.G. Hill at Kingsley
W. H. Edwards were in Mrs. Don Bagwell, for several Sunday Lake. 1AkchEt F"1JJ1P.Jt.aLHonteJ
Tallahassee Saturday to help weeks. DUPLICATE BRIDGE Mrs. W.F. Herlong has had
Susan Edwards, a student at Todd Schmidt, son of Mr. Mrs. W.G. Godwin of CLUB RESULTS as guests Mr. and Mrs. F.V. Mike and Jimmy Gissy )left
FSU, celebrate her birthday. and Mrs. John Schmidt is a Chagrin Falls, Ohio is visitingher Herlong of Jacksonville and Sunday for Sacramento, Calif. 55 N. Lake Ave. Lake Butler, Fit
They were joined for the day member of the 1977-78 Florida mother, Mrs. Bertha Jeff Wrenshall and Eva Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brabhamand where they will reside.
by Mr. and Mrs. II.K. Tyus of Southern College concert Pearce, and relatives for ten Mathewson were the winning family of Gainesville on
Tallahassee, former Starke band. days. couple at Duplicate Bridge Sunday and Mr.i and Mrs.W.H II(l"1f: ] EECCS( Serving Union And Surrounding Counties.
Tuesday night. Tieing for .
residents. Steinmeyer of Jacksonville Modern Facility./
Mrs. James F. Putnam Mr. and Mrs. J.R. Wainwright second were Rhea Johnson Complete
on Monday. CCU[ J ([((1a
Miss Lillian Stump and Mrs. spent Oct. 22.29 with her were in Apalachicolaover and Liza Minesinger and JohnC. Serving All Faiths
J.R. Kite attended the annual daughter and son-in-law the weekend visiting Mr. Clark and Claudia Clark; Mr. and Mrs. David Mei-!
state American Cancer Vickie and Richard Hyrne and and Mrs. George Wood and Marie Dent and Hilda Dey., denhall of Stone Mountain, Alloy E. Taylor .
attended the Sea Goal Is To Be Worthy
family'and third "Our
Society meeting Friday to their two daughters, KimberlyBeth were Ga. and Miss June Hardy and I
Sunday in Miami.Outof.town and Whitney in Moncks food Festival. TheDuplicate Bridge. Club Mark Johnson of Atlanta Lawt'f Your Confidence"Funerals : I
Corner, S.C. Mrs. Putnam meets at 7:30'p.m.. every spent the weekend with the Of
Drew Barry of Birmingham Tuesday night at t the Pratt
at the kept her granddaughterswhile girl's parents, Mr. and Mrs
Southern College, Ala. was Street Recreation Center andis 782-3172
Allen-Rhoden wedding Mrs. Hyrne underwent J E. Hardy and attended the Monuments
home for the weekend. to all bridge 496-2008
in Charleston. open Florida
Saturday night were: Mr. and surgery -Georgia game.
Eves. And Weekends
Mrs. Phillip Kelley of Fort
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; 12.1
Hansel and Halloween party Oct. 31 with Thursday to Monday in North 11 1O 4tod
Geoghagen the all in Florida Regional Hospital for D&S WELDING SERVICE .
daughter and Mr. and Mrs. youngsters dressing observation and treatment. ....
costumes. The
Leonard Thorn of Defuniak appropriate 964-5360 -
Springs: Mr. and Mrs. James parents served refreshments Mr.\ and Mrs. W.M. Lawson ,
Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Dwight during the party. of Auburndale were Mondayand .g 2 MI. S. Of Starke On 301 Because your home

Allen Mr. and Mrs. H.B. Tuesday visitors of Mr. .
Alan Harrison of Bradenton Behind B & O Truck Stop
Williams, Robert E. Spring, and Mrs. H.A. Lawson and the
Sr., Mrs. Wilda Southerland spent the weekend with his Lawson families. HELIARCSTAINLESS
Milfred McCallum Mr. and grandparents Mr. and Mrs. heating systemisn't

Mrs.James D. McCallum Sr., AS. Harrison. Mrs. Clyde B. Terwillegar & ALUMINUM
Doug McCallum Ms. Joyce
McCallum and and Miss Robin Chism was in Baptist underwent leg surgery Mon-
son Boat Props Repaired 4'
in North Florida Regional iV .
Sybil Stercho of Gainesville. Memorial Hospital last day efficient !
Wednesday and Thursday for Hospital. Aluminum TV. Towers Built To Order/ as .
eye surgery.

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Margo". Norman Haddock Roger- Bennett Wed High Oct.School 29 graduate, and r 1 3wA; ; fflte' ; :Jf; ;;;;

Misfdughter..rgaret of Ann Mr. Nor-'and,, nuptials.The performing the also College.a She graduate is employed of Jones at I fhoiat'fide / j !

: ma-E.L Norman of Starke. couple was ac Sawyer-Slade Gas in Starke. I
..Id Roger Dale Bennett* son companied by their parents. Mr. Bennett is also a Bradford j ? ; T. .
t of Mr. and Mrs.'qaryBennett After the wedding the High School graduate, tSff43 Wooly Society tEJtor}1.' 964-7608 1 d" <
couple was honored at a I .... .. I _
of Lawtey, were united in and is employed with Winn- .. .' J I. -
marriage Saturday,Oct. 29 in supper in Jacksonville.Mrs. Dixie in Starke 'I'', .
Folkston, Ga., with Judge.Ls. Bennett is a Bradford 'Retha ;{ ,
Woody Linda Jones Mike StanleyBruce

I Junior Women To Meet Nov. 14 ti. Haddock: I

Wed Nov. 5 at Hope, Baptist| Church
The Junior Women's Club by the hostess at the close of Wed Recently
held their monthly executive the meeting.
Linda Sue Jones, daughterof
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar A.
board Monday,
meeting y ry
Mr. and Mrs. R.B. Jones of
the home of monthly Wood of Lithia, Fla., an-
7 at 7:30: p.m. at The regular
Starke and Robert Mike
Joan Hall with 12 members meeting will be held Monday, nounce the marriage of their
daughter, Retha Jean, to Stanley of Arvada, Wyo., son
14 at 7:30 at the
present.Refreshments Nov. : p.m. ,c"it
were served club house. t Bruce Tyler Haddock son of of Mr. and Mrs. R.L. Stanley
Mr. and Mrs. Cosby S. Had- of Keystone Heights, were
1I dock of Kingsland, Ga. united in marriage Saturday,
The couple is residing in Nov. !S at 3 p.m. in the Hope

Jack McComb, a patient in Mr. and Mrs. Brad Locke Plant city where Mr. Haddockis Baptist Church, Theressa,
North Florida Regional and family of Bradenton employed at the city hall as with Rev Merle Packham
I Hospital, is out of Intensivecare visited her mother, Mrs. Finance Director ;and City performing the nuptials.
attack Clerk. Mrs. Haddock is Organist Marcia Lee and
following a heart Shellie Gerle, and family over
weekend. employed as secretary in the Mr. and Mrs. Eddie
last week. the kl' f.J ::t4"k Block
__ _____ u__. :_ '_' phosphate industry at presented a programof
1' nuptial music.
,"u. Mr. andMrs. C. S. Haddockwill R.L. Stanley attended as
\ )" :" ", ::4l1 '.' be remembered former best man. Ushers were Arnold
WI '', :' I \, as
1 ., long-time residents of Reed, Alvin Stanley and
Ronnie Jones.
Starke and Bruce is a
Mrs. Mike Gaskins servedas
graduate of Bradford High
FORCHRISTMAS 4\\ School and the University of matron of honor and Donna
South Florida. Bruce's sister Harris was bridal attendant.
yi g They were gowned alike in
CLASSESMake and brother-in-law, Phyllis '
ki i
+ and James Talley are soft beige knit gowns accented My.ve. i
Your Special Gifts For Christmas teachers in the Bradford with light blue and light I IF
County School system in orange trim; square neck and
Macrame' Christmas WorkshopStarts Starke. long sleeves. They carried
baskets of autumn flowers
Nov. 15 Nov. 19 & 26 Karen Howe matching their dresses. t
Given in marriage her
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Register by Nov. 12 register by Nov. 16 Mr and Mrs. Roger Bennett father, the bride wore a white
Carl HunsingerTo floor length gown with empire
Children's Workshop Decoupage waist.The scoop neckline was
'fJ.wAf/ Wed Nov. 17 enhanced with a tulle ruffle, a
for Christmas Starts Nov. 17 satin bow at the waistline and
Dec. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph W. General Hospital. Grandparents chapel length train. Her long
3 &
10 Nov. 15
register by Mildred Howe of
Crawford of Starke announce are Mr. and Mrs. veil of chantilly lace was
register by Nov. 30 the birth of a son, Christopher Howard A. ColemanMrs. Starke announces the approaching secured with a satin bow
Joseph, born Oct.7 in Alachua Gertie Crawford of Starke and marriage of her headpiece. She carried a
Call Or Stop By For Information Harold Crawford of Lawtey. daughter, Karen, to Carl cascade of autumn flowers
Hunsinger, stepson of AngusT. centered with a white orchid.A .
Local Artwork For Sale ,. == -_. .-,---- McDowell of Crawfords- reception was held in the

Macrame' & Decoupage Items r ville, Fla. church Educational Building.
The wedding will take place Standing in the receiving
Made To Order. Place CHRISTMAS SPECIAL! Thursday, Nov. 17,at 7 p.m. at line were the bride and groom,
Your Order Now the Heilbronn Baptist Church their mothers and attendants.Mrs. .
Fins AAaHsnemsa. '''t lI with a reception following in Ardel Brannen kept thebride's
20% Discount On
Suppves the Church Fellowship Hall.
BY book.
a Furmryre.eathsrP fb All friends and relatives are The bride's table and
Odle Color punch
Living PortraitsAt
invited to attend.Sandra .
snte'' $ table were covered with lace
? BULLINGTON'S STUDIO cloths over blue underlay and
eiolurs2rsr :c c held hurricane lamps accented
mmO 104 W. Call St. 964-7271 Ebling with autumn flowers.
Mrs. Arnold Reed and Mrs.
For Xmas Delivery Sitting Must Be By Nov. 18. 1977 Jimmy AlvarezTo Tim Head cut the cake and :Mr. and :Mrs. Mike: Stanley(
150 W. Call St. Starke 964-7792 were assisted in serving by

1 n ..1 Wed Nov. 12 Misses Gina Brown, Rhonda
Anne Herbert Nelson I
Harrell, Valerie Jones and Terwillegar Jr.,
Brenda Prevatt. Mrs. Wayne
Sandra Ebling and Jimmy
Alvarez will be united in Sapp, aunt of the groom, Engagement Told
marriage Saturday. Nov. 12, greeted the guests at the door.
at 8 p.m. in the First Baptist Following a wedding trip to !Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Byron is a reel. estate 'broker and I is
Church, Starke with a Daytona Beach the couple will Terwillegar announce the rtcxclnpini/ SI Ceiiiie| 1 Island.
reception following in the reside at Gillette, Wyo. where engagement of their daughter. Kla
Woman's Club. Mr. Stanley is presently Anne, to Herbert A. :Nelson;
All friends and relatives are employed with Davis ElectricCo. Jr., son of Herbert A. :Nelson.; Sandra
invited to attend. Sr. and the late !Mrs. :Nelson; of Ebling
1 Keystone Heights.A .

-- -- -. -- -,- ..--' December 10 wedding .is... Luncheon. .. ,,
r ..; ; planned:"" '".n. ""'/0 'U ll I'J" "ffift MotHonoree"11 "+wr, "n
,j jI M' Mr. and Mrs. Richard" Stanley Matthews of' Miss 'Terwillegar'attended! '", ., III.::':
T JOCkel Col. and Mrs. V.J. Shreveport, La. is the guest of schools'of Foreign Study 'm '
Spengler{ E.L. Matthews while London. Paris and Honuo'"nel
Mr. and Mrs. on a
..., y :Miss S.imti'ii Killing.IIOM':
Eugene Tanner and Mr. and business trip to this area of also Weslexan College\ in marrui o to .1i'"nnn Almvill ;
Mrs. Douglas Hardy attended Florida. The two were class. Macon. Ga.
hon of :Nm
event 1 1J.
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"South Pacific" at the Alhambra mates at the Virginia Military !Mr. Nelson graduated from at lunch
Sunday night. Institute in Lexington, Va. the University' of Florida Hegsggga& was I'omplmicMiliMi a
iiin S.itiin1.iin the I WanKimm
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:2500 DOOM'S T.V. SALES & '25 Z.. .. and, :Mrs Paul (".I lor
of Cami'M illiv minis ol I theIospv'Irte
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132 Lawrence Blvd. Hrii1.il, place cards niarkiil
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473-2733 Keystone Heights, Fla. 473.2733 IIII'vl."i:I guests, jit the | -sruipivllahle ;
Tli> fiend' 1 l. Mi> hold an
arrangement! nl \lliwiixl\
:: !lIhll\m''Ic'I\I'' and a K x .1:. GIFT CERTIFICATE f of tern oxerrllow satin
nhhul1 1 oMendoil down I the
length i of< the side I tables
Pompom florets were placed<
Redeemable On Any New Or Used Portable B.W, ul intervals" on the lorn
:Mrs W K: KMmtf.: mnlhorot'
'1 TV. Or Stereo Or Any Antenna Installation P1 the hon.rt'l'a aninnii j the)

= the IUIlI'h''III'\'h'
:2500 S.,.,. 01.. $1, 1177 25 guess' :---- lo write down her" tmorito
recipe lor 'the bruicMo be
The hostesses' '' presented
tte1e1OUS. :Miss. Killing: with a corsage!
and a cup and saucer In her
1 chosen china as a memento oll
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HI'Hpn Bryant spoke on
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299M SAVE 49M W T. Week's chapter [;.D C
of last week held at the

double dresser, mirror, $24995 Holiday Rev:. Bryant Inn. stressed" the

4-drawer chest and panel bed, only fact Ihal' "holiday" came
from Holy Day and days of .
Thanksgiving went back to
This handsome new suite from Florida has a look a'lIlts own. biblical t bays w'nen thanks

It's eclectic not Colonial, not Contemporary not Ranch WE'VE" BUILT AHEAD SO were given. The speaker was .

\ but instead a touch of each unique! Finished In Speer.Mrs.introduced. by !Mrs. H.L.

Rustic Oak, it lends itself to any decor 'with a YOU CAN MOVE IN NOWI Herbert Thomas '

quality that's rare and a price that's unbelievably lowl I president presided over the
c. \\through research, we determined the home preferences business meeting when plans I
Matching night:/and"4" ... of our area and have built several homes that for theDecember meeting
,,";>include the space, convenience and features that you were discussed. I'i : '
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CAN DO BETTER AT T J Kt hour was enjoyed; .
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'4Wkh: Lake Prlveleoes Available. '29900. every Thursday, ..'
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Starke Man Saf Pages

After Toccoa FloodGary

Hamilton called his le was okay. Garylrtv i' .
parents, Mr.and Mrs. Sherrod said he worked around thiry. i*
1 Hamilton of Starke Monday clock in a message center v
Itr2iIP' morning reporting he and his where emergency calls were v. /
wife, Mary Beth, had escaped being received from families N.. (/
: injury and house damage calling about their student AM
from the flood that devastated children. '\.
Toccoa Falls Bible College( Hamilton,a 1968 graduate of >
Sunday morning, killing 38 Bradford High School, is ,
persons. comptroller! for the college( t I
The Hamiltons have a new, ,
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home in the high, outlyingarea
in Toccoa where they
only received about an inch of
{Rf 1, water in their basement from
the flood.
Hamilton was unable to call -
) his parents before Monday .d
because of the power failure
t. and fallen telephone lines
.a i! since the disaster struck, but
.. the Hamiltons had received a
-- -
Margaret and E.L.Norman on cruise around Cancun Island from Mary Beth's
Mexico. Pirate In the background Is taking over the cruise ship. parents message Sunday afternoon
48 Holds Reunion
from Georgia saying the ,

E.L. Norman's Win Trip To Mexico'' r with wives and Attending the class' 29th FEKirk w ,
attending. reunion were:
Mr. and Mrs. E.L. Norman man's stayed at the El Presidential ( clubhouse was Kneeling (lrE.W) :
of Starke spent from Oct. 12-19 Hotel.While there theyon \ with the school Hodges, Starke; N.G. Hayes, Mr. and Mrs. J.T. Carver ,J,:i
a week all-expense paid took a ferry ride in the Gulf of of scarlet and grey, Brooker Albert Stefanelli, and family spent last Thur- -- -
vacation by Whirlpool Ap Mexico, a bus tour to Media Jacksonville; Barton sday and Friday in Orlando Minton receives Information -
pliances to Cancun, Mexico. Mexico and other sightseeing. W-shaped dining tables White, Starke;; Lucy attending the Mate Professional from the Army
Won for selling more WhirlThy were part of 150 Whirl- covered with red cloths Seated-Sharon Hall Locke. Engineering con- recruiter during Career Day I
pool appliances as the pool representatives and their white pompom and Bradenton; Francis Morgan vention at the Sheraton held at Bradford High School
manager of Sawyer-Slade wives. They flew'from Miami leaf clusters down the Gray, Neptune Beach; Towers. Nov 4.
Gas Co. of Starke, the Norto Cancun. of the tables. The head
Miriam llornsby Brown,
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was centered with an Starke; Sally Ambrose .

Buffet Supper Held By and of red leather and white leaf Ward Manning Barton, Jacksonville, Melrose;; Joyce Helen 2 For 1 Coupon C"-

Adkins Richarde, Ocala; Eva I
Meth. Choir MembersThe Hodges was master of Mae Triest Kykendall, Keystone .
; Don. Neel gave Heights. Buy One Pizza Get One Jlf
Methodist choir had a Rev. and Mrs. George StandingHilda Brown
covered dish Sunday Harper were among the 21 hour was Myers Jacksonville; Don For Equal Value Free. .
supper 7 to 8 p m. and a Neel, Starke; Alene Starling
evening at 7 p.m. at the home attending.of Following the Hospital.'A dinner served at 8 p.m. Scott, Gainesville; Odessa Good Only In Starke, Fla. .
Mr.and Mrs.Drew Reddish supper the dinner
for members of the choir, members. of the choir practiced everyone Thomas, Gainesville; Ona I J
himself and told Demorest Shupe, Merritt Offer Good Monday Thursday Only
husbands, wives and dates. the Christmas cantata. his or her career since Island; Blanch Nasworth I
On display was a Lloyd, Maitland; Alice Holton Coupon Good Tli Nov. 31. 1977

;JJjo.J/ now of the County 1948 graduation Telegraph Sapp Littleton,Starke, Tampa; Mitchell; Rudolph Brown, . ...

pictures which was a Lawtey; Helen Whitehead I
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Ferguson Mr. and Mrs. R.R. Tur- of the evening. Klicker, Jacksonville; Spike Yf9"Within
and Mr. and Mrs. John Miller nipseed Jr. of Arcadia were memorial ser- Vance Washington, Penn..
attended the Fall Convention weekend guests of Dr. and held for Bobby Fra- Mildred Mann Green,
of the Florida Press Association Mrs. H.H.! Adams. McKinney Conner Brooker, and Lee Taylor. Your
in Tampa last weekend. Griffis. Lawtey.
While there, the Miller's Miss Louise Stern, W.A. Vance of Washington,
visited Mrs. Miller's brotherStern and Mrs. Peggy Shaller the furthest to Means Now,
in-law and sister, Mr. and attended the Luzier dinner 1
Mrs Bill Meng in St. Petersmeeting at the Holiday Inn in / next reunion is planned t ; Peace Of Mind
burg. Lake City on Sunday. .
Dr. and Mrs. James P. "
O.S. Dixon of Nash
Mrs. Lila Caldwell, Mrs.Mrs. Young of Jacksonville were Always.
Lila Rae Yawn and daughters yule Tenn. is visiting her son. Sunday visitors of Mr. and
and daughter, Mr. and / .
Dianne and Betsy, and Mrs.Inlaw yor4.Jtriow Mrs. C.G. Hill at Kingsley
W. H. Edwards were in Mrs. Don Bagwell for several Lake. .
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Tallahassee Saturday to help W.F. Herlong has had
Susan Edwards, a student at Todd Schmidt, son of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. F.V. Mike and Jimmy Gissy left
FSU, celebrate her birthday. and Mrs. John Schmidt, is a of Jacksonville and Sunday for Sacramento, Calif. 55 N lake A".. lake Butler Fla
They were joined for the day member of the 1977-78 Floridaby !Mrs. Frank Brabham where they will reside.
Mr. and Mrs. H.K. Tyus of Southern College concert of Gainesville on

Tallahassee residents. former Starke band. () and Mr..of and Jackson-!Mrs. (LCKB GGGE( ( Serving Complete Union And Modern Surrounding Facility.Counties.

Mrs. James F. Putnam Monday. urrm
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J.R. Kite attended the annual daughter and son-in-law, ; and !Mrs David !Men-
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Sunday in Miami. Beth and Whitney in Moncks Johnson of Atlanta Lawt.
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Allen-Rhoden wedding while Mrs. Hyrne underwent and attended the 782-3172 Funerals Monuments
Saturday night were: Mr. and surgery in Charleston.Mrs. game.
Phillip Kelley of Fort Eves. And Weekends
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. Page The More You Paint, The More You: Learn'I. ,I;;< J. ;' Justice Adkina Library Planning Birthday PartyAn

." Will Undergo all-points bulletin; has of cake," said Smith.
I i* Lawtey native Earl Barber sometimes puts a shack- into works in two sixes a 24x48 anda been issued by the Bradford "Read all about it" at the

\ i i is a self taught artist who says his pictures. Earl standard said 24x36.his) first,exhibit Heart Surgery County Public Library for all public:library is the Children's
;, \ I he gave up a career in People seem to favor land- this in Santa Fe "buffers and puffers" to Book week theme
teaching to paint full time and scapes more than seascapes, Arts year Festival in Gainesville Spring Supreme Court Justice assemble Monday, Nov. 14 at 4 You have to sit your
i establish a name for himself. said Barber. He has been was a success when he solcithree James C. Adkins, of Talla- 'p.m. to celebrate the library'ssecond face Inside a while and bite
',11 A of Florida commissioned to paint his and chew and swallow and
I paintings. He said he is hassee, will enter a Gaines- birthday.
Memorial College in Miami, landscapes to coincide with ville hospital for heart The new facility' at 105 E.' smile to know that books are
now setting a to
Barber was teaching social the decor and colors of new up Monday.The Jackson St. first opened its really pizza pies and chocolate
make art festivalsand surgery
studies and language arts in homes. The 38 year old artist Il exhibits as many as possible. He 62-year-old justice, a door to the public Nov. 14, cakes...(Arnold Adoff)
Vero Beach when he saw a also does portraits and + won first place last year at the nephew of the late Circuit 1975. The library in the past While at the library take a
painter and thought he would someday would like to try Bradford County Fair with an Judge A.Z. Adkins, of Starke, had several homes, the break from reading and count
like something new to him and Woman's Club the and the the number of turkeys, part of
to paint. oil landscape. He said he said his doctor found a weak: Jail
paint a religious in a
"My first painting was probably would participate spot in a main artery to his building that is now Badeocks the beautiful Thanksgiving
pretty lousy", admits Barber. church. this heart, and surgeons at North said Library Director Dan decorations made by Girl
in oils he again year.
But Barber said he continuedto Specializing does Last year Barber had an art Florida Regional Hospital will Smith. Scout Troop 605 and win a
practice and they started some acrylic water colors. exhibit at Bradford Middle replace it with a plastic tube.' "There will be candle prize. Have your 'cake" and
coming out "okay". said People Barber.seem to like oil better, School and would like to do the The operation is scheduledfor blowing and cake eating, so eat it too at the public library
Born and raised in Lawtey kind of Wednesday, and Adkins come and help us blowout said Smith.
"I 1 don't do much same display at
Earl moved home to devote all 1 just start in and it comes to Bradford High School and in said he will likely remain in those candles and have a piece
his time to painting. "For the hospital about 10 days and
adjoining counties. "If I went
me as I go along", Earl said
tunately I grew up in the about his style. Working from back into the teaching convalesce another three Local Volunteers To Participate
country and I can come weeks.
upwith his studio in his home, he profession, I would want to
landscape scenes from devotes a portion of each dayto teach art", he added "By "I'm in good shape," he I
my youth", said Barber. He He visiting the schools I can said. "I'll be back at work
painting. paints one encourage kids with talent to before long" In 'The American Smokeout'American

art", he explained. A native of Gainesville, he

'il?[EUa( (l ill t 4p4( t CJOD( more"The you more learn"you, paint he said the, Court has served since 1968 on and the was Supreme chief volunteers will Cancer begin Society a five the The following"Target five Five"years goals are for

in 197476.ScottCompletes. campaignwith getting one-fourth of adult
"STARKE'S OWN BAKERY" w + wanting to share his justice year anti-smoking
'1 philosophy with school w-- a national, nosmokingday smokers to quit, cutting: the
138 East Call St.. Starke 964-589O rfL / children. Earl currently has November 17, called "the number of young smokers in
Smokeout". hair and reducing the tar and
O some of his works on displayat R Great American
: the Bradford County Public Chairman of the local nicotine content in cigarettesby
JELLY DONUTS 1B CEa Library until November 20. campaign..Mrs. Lucille Payne 50 percent, Mrs. Payne

said to gear up for the no- said.
"''' ___ -. ._lII smoking day volunteers will
be in both Starke shopping Starke
Earl Barber shows two of his paintings on display at the centers Saturday, November
Bradford County Library until Nov. 20. Barber, who specializesIn .I 12, encouraging all Bradford
land and sea scapes works from a studio In his home at County smokers to give up
FOR THANKSGIVING DINNER, Lawtey. a t, cigarettes for that one day by Elementary
signing a pledge card.
canvas at a time completing it The frames for each pictureare Volunteers across the
I Rolls, Many Kinds before beginning on another."I almost as important as the The English call the merry- country will be asking Starke Elementary School
work with brush and painting\ and Barber does go-round a "roundabout." smokers to sign pledge cards Halloween Carnival winnersfor
knife the knife make of the frames In France, where it was best costume the
using more as some promising not to smoke or buy the were
Cakes Pies & Other Goodies
1 come forward on the can himself and choses with care first made 300 years ago it cigarettes that day, said Mrs. scariest Rex Bailes; cutest

I, 5:30: P.M. vas", a technique to make the the others to complementeach Is named a carrouseleaeeeeS. Payne. Sammy Davis, Jr., a Catina Ramsey; and the most
|L QpenMon--Saj.Til painting real and vibrant and picture. He usually chain-smoker who has original Stacie Pugh. Each
life said Barber.Cooper's ... received Bird stuffed
true to .a-SS-0--- ----- promised to give it up for one a Big
f day,has done promotional ads animal.
The First Assembly Of God Basic Training on television for the event, The carnival netted about

Nursery & I Cordially Invites Airman Jimmy L. Scott son said Pledge Mrs. Payne.cards are also 2700.The raffle winners were:
Everyone To
of Mr. and \Mrs\ William L. third
I available at Stump'sDepartment T.V. pong game, grade
Scott of Rt. I 1.Starke, has been
Attend At I II Store in Bradford teacher Betty Ann Crawford:
Homecoming assigned to Sheppard AFB,
I fifth
Square, said Miss Lillian bicycle, grader Tonya
Tex., after completing Air
Landscaping I "The Happy Church". Corner Of Force basic training Stump chairman Bradford of the Bradford County Mrs.Rigby.Charles daughter Rigby.of Mr. and
During the six weeks at
I St. RD. 16 & Weldon Rd Lackland AFB Tex, the County American Unit. Can. who The received top raffle transistor ticket sellers radiosfor

2111 N. TEMPLE 964.8104 I I airman studied the Air Force cerSociety their efforts were Kelly

II I Sunday, November 13, 1977 I customs mission and'organization received special and The Baldwin top classes and Vickie in ticket Thomas.sales
instruction in human 2 ..Y-.. were Mrs. Adkinson's and
J ,
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< == :: :-=: =-' -: :_::: ::- : :' ""-;..- r I relations. Completion of this Mrs. Hoffman's The top five

S--U- Come For School Of The Bible I IAt training earned the individual students in each class won a
credits towards associatein
L D YOUR OWN TERRARIUM. an Local admittances to Brad free meal at McDonald's.
10 A.M. I applied science e ford County Hospital this There were: Mrs. Adkin-
The airman is a 1975 week include from Starke son's class Vickie Thomas,
We Have The Tool Kit And Plants. And We 7t With Morning Worship At 11 A.M. graduate of Bradford High Arthur Miller, Mrs\ Mora Ton>'a Rigby. Kay Allen

Dinner-On-The-Grounds. School. His wife Geniva is Klondes. Mrs. Linda Griffis, !Nancy Gnder and Melissa
Followed By
the daughter of Mrs. Geniva Mrs. Victoria Cadle James Stevens. Mrs. Hoffman, Kelly

. Will Give You The Directions. Watch It Grow W ------e S e e a a e ae...... Hodges Jacksonville. Peterson Clinton Bateman Baldwin Lori Osteen, Cindy
Jr., Mrs. Rether Crews Mrs. Winkler, Latonya Tyson and
= Gladys Lee, Mrs. Minnie V'er- Donna Parada.Southside .
\ And Create Its Own Climate, And Beauty. YOU CANNOT AFFORD NOT TO INSULATE I best Mrs. Mildred Allen;
I Mrs. Mary Thornton of Law.
YOUR HOME NOW! I tey; Mrs. Verdna Moody and Elementary. .,
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) Than fibenlass < \ Betty Sue Denmark
WALL & CEILINGS INSULATED j 1 Mrs. Don Bagwell is in thanks all workers for helping
PhilodendronDieffenbachia Terra-Tool Kit v( ELECTRICITY 30% In Many Cases Alachua following General surgery Hospital Monday success.make the carnival a huge

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Limited Quantity SO95 $339 ':' We Also Have SEAMLESS ALUMINUM won a silver dollar on the
$1500 : -_ Roger A. Kelly, 1969 graduate basis of their costumes;
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18" PlantsBoston SIDING of BHS and a 1972 gra scariest Robert Burney;
Assorted Plants ... .:.: "Y"'J -- duate of the University of Florida cutest Byron Lee; prettiest,
Grass And .::_ '' f-yr Rolled-On Job' IJIPU: has been named as an Pam Morgan; ugliest Jamie
Rye .
Asparagas -_; 5Is :: === Associate Editor of the Cum \Vhitehead.
79 _- If.! berland Law Review of Cum- The raffle drawing for the

Lb. $575SO FernHanging Your Home Brick i : Or Block Overhangs Done.No Painting! berland.School Ala. of where Law, he Birmingham is- bicycle Phillips was and the won rocking by Marshall chair

Baskets The way tu buy .insulation la by its lector resistance( to heel And for currently a second
Tail Palms transfer) Inch Inch ourcellulose year by Dr. O.L. llaynes. Jr.
Fla. Peat Pony fiber gives" you a better H /lector than glass fiber For Instance, you would need 7 Inches of student. Roger has been a Judging of the best decorated
glass "fiber to match the factor of 4 Inches of fiber member of the
lust cellulose Plus cellulose doesn t settle" or Law Review booth ended tie
$600 irritate your skin, And ,its UL Listed end V A. and FHA, Approved Our friends et Florida Power a Light since the spring semester of with Chamber of Horrors in a and
5 Yrs. Old $495 tell us that most Florida homes need factor Of least R.10
Bu. Bag $100 en at' his first year, and is in the top the Cake Walk. As a result of
4. percent of his class with a this win Mrs. Eugenia
Free Estimates' oLou./tlchiion Licensed 2.53 grade point average out of Whltehead's second grade

Free Estimates On Land Fill And Landscaping Locally Owned P 0, Box 788 Brownlee St. And Insured a first maximum written of work 3.0. for Roger's the and Mrs.'l\lrs.Vicky Beal's Ernestine third Thom-grade

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Jacksonville Phone 2640210 Review an article on one of pk IRS' fifth grade will be
the Uniform CommericalCode treated to a party by the PTA.
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. .v. a. . . the published Review.in the next issue of The kindergarten classes
/ :7- und Mrs Vicki McKmney'sfirst
",, Mr.and Mrs Jodie Johnsonof grade worked hardon
m---- Orange Park and Cindy Friday. Oct. 28. making
MI I 3DAYSALE Gissy of Tallahassee were doughnuts to sell at school. All
home for the weekend with the children opened canned

I.. il I their parents.. Mr. and Mrs. biscuits cut holes in them
AN IA. t; Joe Gissy and family. and iced hundreds of fried
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LoR Mr. and Mrs. Garl Mathewswere mothers furnished the ingredients
CO $199 $299 ttt.
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I 1\-_1 Speed Queen Speed Queen IJf to Saturday visiting Mr helped fry. $114 was made on
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I EDITORIALRailroad n + .c 1

Freshman class skit predicts the score of the Homecoming

game .

I Blockade/ DangerousEvery Float making is hard work as these two girls work late cutting and pasting. Urn looks like It '

makes a person hungry.

now and then the City Council one side of the track to the other.In .

revives the topic of an underpass or an 1.r 1.s6 1. HOMECOMING !

overpass to provide emergency passage such a case, would the railroad
from the east side of Starke to the west company be held responsible and liable

side (or vice versa) when every crossing for damages incurred by the loss of a

from the Farmers Market at the north l life, or the loss of a home by fire? No one ;

limits of town to the railroad trestle can predict what the verdict in a court of
south of town is blocked by a stalled law might be, but it seems entirely reasonable j A -r:! -.'li

freight train. to suppose that the railroad nltl i]

company would be subject to pay such Tyr i iWR4hra

Such an incident occurred last Sunday damages if sued. 1 ....
morning when in town t' I
every crossing
verdicts where rail-
was blocked for 33: minutes by one of Judging by past ,
roads have been forced to set if l DEAPl1
pay large fw '
these interminable freights. In this PAr
tlements for the loss of life or property ; 116 r. p
particular instance the only damage
damages occurring on their tracks, it :,tl ll fell 8E

done was the inconvenience to several might be cheaper in the long run for the 1 ,
carloads of persons bound for Sunday railroad companies to cooperate with the 5 R f U I It / at -_ _

School, who arrived at their destination City of Starke in installing such an I t 'k t3'tlllfl >V ii+ _

35 minutes late. But the blocked cross- underpass as has been proposed just r +Illl l It1ls v hI'11t >t, __
ings might: just have easily resulted in north of the trestle over Alligator },1+ / 1 t i r fl> w ,' ,

the loss of the life of a person in an Creek. This would be much less expen- It vy z1j I
y. .y
emergency rescue unit bound for the sive than an overpass, and might save a feY : 'p j' tiVtan.

hospital; or the loss of a home by fire l Me, or a home, or even dollars for the ;

because the fire truck could not get from railroad.Endangered i : -. tats
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BUS faculty taking the 1' ": J ;.
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BUS Here comes the parade making the turn at US-301 onto Call Street. Delighted' children lined the I
student kids1: .
Patterson rs streets to enjoy the band and floats and candy thrown to them.
written about a lake in preserve our God-given resources for

another part of the state, the following posterity or it will be too late. Unlesswe

editorial could apply to any lake, almost begin now, it will be too late with too

anywhere, in these days of thoughtlessabuse little and it will have slipped forever '

of the once.pure bodies of water from our grasp" County Agent's By CM

that have given pleasure to E
many These are thoughtful words words of
generations of Americans, and those
who came before us. Especially is this serious warning and although they ',, Taylor rnb
were written about Cherry Lake, they \
true in our "lake region" where count '
apply equally to Kingsley Lake, Brook. w
less lakes invaluable but
are an asset,
need to be placed the "endangered" lyn Lake Lake Geneva or any other of Seems like a lot of peopleare from your picture window If
on -
may the hundreds of lakes in this fortunatearea. now involved in football you answered yes to any of ..
list because of the abusesto ro
many and other Either these ,
Already suffering from deficient sports. they questions now is the
which they are subjected. rainfall during the past several years, are fans of a high school or time to plan some landscape
college team or have a son changes.
our lakes deserve more care than
ever playing in a little v
"Let's take
stroll down 1
a memory before in order to preserve what is left Container grown plants may i l,1.
lane, back through the corridors of time. of their I know there were a lot of be transplanted into the land-
depleted area in the best condition Snow White and the seven !! .
There! Do you see it? That beautiful, possible. people moving around last scape anytime during the dwarfs participate In parade.Tot vlau P
weekend for the BITS year but plants not grown in e
bllie, sparkling body of water, surrounded .
containers should be
by giant live oaks, draped with Think about what life without our Florida homecoming game and There the waa CJeorgia-also December or January plantedin for I
Spanish Moss, is none other than Cherry lakes would be like the next time you are two or three junior league best success _

Lake. It is a sight to behold one of the tempted to toss a beer can or evenas games jn' the ,aieaI !Moving plants around in '
most beautit'ullak's!: in our entire Stateof the 'a.I : I '4 .
has been donedump garbage over I mention this to that your landscape is a big job rLw
Florida. side of a boat. The lakes are dying fast there was probabl} say a lot of which requires, advanced
it is. They don't need our helpto planning Transplant in
enough as yard and garden work left December and January so
"Time marches on. Things change. speed their demise.BBGun undone last weekend Leavesare there will be time for root
The trees have been cut down to make falling and some winter growth before plants begin k : :

room for beach cottages, homes, boat weeds are growing In the their spring flush of growth -- -- .
ramps, and even business establish- garden.Our and water demands by the

ments. The noisy and reckless!: boats LiabilityAn recent cad, spell caused plant are highVeterans Sophomore float carries out :Mouse Ih.m-- I IW"

have darkened!: the beautiful blue spark. much of the leaf drop and has .............................
ling water with oil skum. The water and adult who permits a child under started conditioning our

shore line are dappled with candy his care to use a BB-gun carelessly is plants better For than winter to have This is warm much (D!J VlaJaJllll( **"----

wrappers, beer cans broken bottles, and liable for the consequences regardlessof weather followed Imme-
refusefit only for the garbage pit. whether or not he is the youngster'sactual diately by a freeze Jum

parent according to a recent Dis-
What great charm this beautiful lake trict Court of Appeals ruling. As you rake or hoc be on the .............................
may have had for those of the past! But lookout for signs of insects and Administration
diseases goodby as
it's not the same now. Today, it's a dif It has long been recognized that pensioners will receive a parade passes.

ferent story and may become even parents are responsible for damagesdone Some of the insects that questionnaire on income to ? S --
worse in the future. Are you pleased by their children, and the law provides may be active ami damaging assist them to qualify for con- No 7
with the looks of our lakes today? that children must be accompaniedby now are mole crickets and tinuing VA pension payments Danger Seen
lawn caterpillars Mole Pensions unlike com
their parents when in possession of for service-con- More
crickets tiamage the grass by pensation Of Closing
Is this progress? Do we need and want so-called air rifles. feeding! on roots and by their nected disability or death, are
this kind of progress? Is tearing around burrowing* and tunnelling as based on income.Questionnaires. Small Postofftces
the lake in a high-powered noisy, oil. But now the court has declared that they search for food Of also will go
there is no difference as far as liability course caterpillars damagecan to 28.000( parents receiving dependency -
spewing boat, drinking beer or pop and Apparently, the post t
and com
be indemnity
since these
suits are concerned between a natural easily seen masters and patrons of smallpostofficl's rt'p
discarding the cans wherever emptied worms eaf[the leaf blades of pensation (DIC) checks
and who is in" for such
parent one "standing a as Hampton,
really the way we want to use our the grass. Pensions are paid to needy
parent. In the case in question the suit i veterans who are totally and Graham Brooker, Lake
natural resources? Or do we need a
Geneva and others in this
alleged that the stand.in knew that the ThE'eather has been ideal permanently disabled from area
vision of our lake area when it was fresh have nothing to worry about in
child used without for diseat development on non-service-connected causes,
frequently a BB-gun
and ? Can beautiful the immediate future as far as 5
unspoiled we keep our
adult supervision in and most lawns ornamental and or to their widows. Amount W
lake it in times? a dangerous is basedon closing their offices is concerned
as was prehistoric vI'getable'plants. I have seen the monthly stipend
negligent manner and knew, or should disease '111 annual income of the ,
We need to recapture the feeling that <.1\:\ downy mildew the
the first Americans had for its beautyand have known, that he did not use good and a number\ of leaf spot recipient A House committee in
judgment in handling the weapon. diseases--greens I'm sure Pensioners are required to Congress recently approved
splendor. there Ls.ome, ; brown patch'. file income questionnaires $500 million to keep Saturdaymail BUS JV cheerleaders clap and cheer the Tornadoei.Soundolf .
The ruling should be a warning to activity in our l lawns annually:;,Those 72 years of deliveries in operation, I
That portion of our country forest, grandparents, foster parents guardians ,i age or older, who have been on and to insure that small-town _. .
My suggestion is to take a rolls for two --
beaches rivers, lakes the VA pension post offices will remain 1 V '
waterways baby-sitters and others who open
allowa ''it
close look your plants If, consecutive .-.years. are I
swamps hills, and mountains should be child to use a BB-gun with no thoughtthat you h \'".) disease or insects; exempt from tiling. However For some time there has j
land--narks they might be held responsible for start a control program as these people must report been a fear in many of these 1
any damage done, whether the loss of a soon as ptJJi! ,wle. We need to income changes as they occur. small communities that their
*uny other manmade monument. All of us plate glass window, or the loss of a vic have our beforewinter' as or'come Some beneficiaries who post offices might be closed j
1 must start now. We must undertake to tim's possible, Call normally'are exempt will receive causing the towns to lose an j
eye. byoiy, office if you have questionnaires becauseof important part of their i.i j
questions or'problems cost-of-living increase in identity. With this action by ,
not t, annuities: Prompt return of Congress the small offices !
.cRIDq BRADFORD OOU Start{' ;rn,king plans to the questionnaires will avoid seem to have been given a new
/v protect '):our cold sensitive, suspension of monthly checksin lease on life- at least for the
plants ( "
: AtnvE trIrrapb Covering wflhplastic, and Those tailing return the
4 sweteteO putting lijfhVtmlb under it.[ completed"- questionnairebefore
o ycq for heat wJU" help protect most.' Jan 1. 1978, will in lieu ..... ,. /-' -=
( 797e sentitfve''plants Also rememV of receiving their January
7'/ON BOB G. FERGUSON-JOHN M MILLER ber your(hanging baskets and' pension check on Feb. i 1. 1978 : ((( Ji
i Publishers potted plants and don't leave receive a letter from the VA .
Published each Thursday and entered as second Class Matter at the Post Office at Stark, cla, under them1expMoo'' those cold' explaining why their pension --- -
Actof March,( 1879 mghtsI:! )) ) 'II payments ) aye,. been suspended -
Subscription rate in trade area: $7 per year: $4 six months. fja .
Outside trade area: $8 per year: 4.50 six months Has n r ojrielandscapeout \ To the VeCtran asking about The ancient Norse believed
Phone 964-6306 Starke Fla t (ur4 Have theJ] 6.6 Increase: please call me at that the shaking of a god
.. plants "gtfandleggyADo fiU.838. Monday orWednesday imprisoned in the earth WM ,one. two-ROTC struts cadence.
they ock that nice view' morning. the cause of earthquake.

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HOUSEHOLDHIHTS r1 Being A Bookmobile Operator Is One Unique Experience L..'

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The Bradford County Public way...without thinking you communities throughout the available to bookmobile SDAY,, Brooker City Hall, 10
Library Bookmobile has throw open you door and run, county and circulates: about patrons," said Mrs. Davis. a.m. to noon and Hart's Feed
by Mary Yearta been in operation for slightlyover hoping your wild gestureswill 200 books per week In the Store, 12:30:: p.m. to 2:30: p.m.;
Your County Extension a year, traveling about scare them..they summer. The bookmobile distributes The schedule for the bookmobile
Home Economics Agent 80 miles a week and bookmobile turn..you sag against the about 115 books a is:
operator Sandy (Mrs. fence, weak for relief, and week in winter. Magazines, MONDAY. Starke FRIDAY, Lawtey City Hall, 10
QUESTION: I have an old Harold) Davis has had plentyof hear a small boy, rolling in pamphlets and records are Nursing Home, 10 'a.m. 11 a.m. to noon and Handy Way
suitcase made of real leather- "experiences." the grass with glee saying also available. a.m.; TUESDAY Santa Fe at SR-16 and SR-225, 12:30: to I-
how can I clean it? (Mrs. Mrs. Davis recently put into "and I thought all you did "The Bookmobile is a Lake Center, SR-21 Midway 2:30: p.m. On Wednesday
,T.T.) writing what it is like to was read books!" traveling branch of the main Corner, 10 a.m. to noon, and library director Dan Smith ...
ANSWER: Smooth leather operate the bookmobile., library in Starke and most Hampton Post Office, 12:30: takes the Bookmobile to the ,
may be cleaned with saddle A limerock hauling truck, main library services are also p.m. to 2:30: p.m.; THUK- Bradford County :t
soap, then rubbed with paste Operating a bookmobileis. forcing you from the road on Jail.:1
wax or neutral show cream. ....... a steep curve, ... stop signs,
Lemon oil can be applied to culverts, mailboxes, ditcheS'looming .
shade brown leather to a -1 Riding thru a rolling up at you as you CETA Funding Puts ; :
darker hue.QUESTION. pastureland with rare, new wrestle for control and try to J
fallen snow on the and regain the high-
,. grass
: What foods '- ... trees shimmering in the way..picking up and sorting Police Post In Doubt
can be safely refrozen? (Mrs. early morning sunshine, and books for 45 minutes at your Lawtey
B.S.) feeling as though you own the next stop; cursing all "rock- .-
ANSWEIt : world. haulers. Lawtey council members council members. Councilman Soon to be vacated position.
.Strong acid fruits can be learned Monday, November 7 Buster Bennett movedto However, he was advised by
refrozen if still coldRefreeze ; 4/i ; Bumping over ancient railway A shut-in, brought to the book- the town may find itself accept the resignation, and mayor commissioner Marvin
-- thawed 1o tracks and trying to identify mobile by a friend crying, without a third policeman if councilman John Robertson Rosier there had been a cut
vegetables only if they contain ) the objects falling behind you telling you of dead, empty CETA funds are not reinstated gave the second. Robertson back on CETA jobs and the .
plenty of ice crystals; o in the library unit by the hours, reminescin wan- after the resignationof suggested the city give position remains In limbo. ".
-Never refreeze melted ice l sounds they make as they dering; your books and patrolman Everett (Skip) Phillips "the best recom- Another police position for the
cream, cream pies; I crash. magazines one of his few Phillips.Phillips. mendation the city has to city of Starke was cut as wellas
-Bread, unfrosted cakes, links with the outside resigned effective offer". a laborer and clerk typist
fruit pies can be refrozenIf ; t Truckers, flashing their world..you help pick and November 14 to take a position David Huber, former Starke for the county.
packages of meat are at headlights; a Smoky is near. choose carefully..a really with a ,trucking firm, he fold policeman applied for the Rosier said Lawtey was
all soft, open and examine good book, a few hours awaiting final word from
contents for unnatural color or Sweating when the air- escape. CB'ers etTA for the funding. If
off color. On the slightest conditioner fails, freezing Helping Fight federal funding is denied it
suspicion destroy them. when the heater fails, and Students wanting you to do will be up to the council to
-.Thawed poultry and fish walking if the truck motor their research for them. Against Cystic FibrosisStates. decide whether or not to pick
are more perishable than fails. up the tab for two full time
beef, veal or lamb. Fully cook ..,.Housewives, with pre policemen said Rosier.
and serve if possible. Cooked Bookmobile operator Sandy Davis straightens shelves for Eating poke-salad greens and schoolers In tow; reading Citizens band operators Each participating CB Lawtey currently has
clams oysters or scallops get another days travels. !Mrs. Davis/ drives about 80 miles a week hoecake cornbread on the romantic and historical! throughout Florida are club will hold its own event. patrolman Charles Carter, a
tough in refreezing. making seven stops at communities In the county. banks of New River. novels, forgetting the dirty cooperating in a fund raising Most clubs will combine their 'ETA employee and Police
laundry the unmade bed, the project called the CF Cnnvoy motorist safety "coffee Chief M. M. Jordan.In .
QUESTION: Do organic Scroungy, happy-go-lucky unswept floors. of Contributions during breaks" (or coffee refresh- other business, the ..
food products more? (Mrs. Gun Law Adopted... beings packed in a van; November.The mentstops for motorists) with council adopted a resolution
R.S.) riding away with your books, Children asking you to read to obtaining donations for CF. seeking federal planning
ANSWER: Several surveys (From and wondering if you'll ever them, and you gather a group Florida REACT Council During the whole month of assistance under Public Law
have found organic foods are Page I U see them again. around you..pudgy, grimy teams adopted the project November, CBers will be 92-500 Construction Grants
more expensive than other board after verifying the firearm, has knowledge of fingers short blond curls, statewide, and many member talking up their events to their Program to develop a comprehensive
foods. Knowing how they are applicant is not addicted to how to use a firearm can Getting cookies, homemade, runny noses, skinned knees, clubs of the Florida State on-air "good buddies" from ",201 Facilities
produced., you can understandwhy. any controlled substance, has demonstrate explicit and so fresh and warm the smell rosy cheeks, shining Citizens Band Radio various town, on the highways Plan" for a sewage system.
Organic foods usually not used a firearm in the substantial evidence of a fills the whole bookmobile; eyes..hanging on every Association will be participating and in shopping cen- The board discussed running
cost from one-third to twice as commission of a felony, Is threat to his life and has no sharing them with the word and applauding when as well to help raise ters. CBers traveling near the a water line under SR 211'> >
much as regular foods to pur-- mentally competent to use a other means to protect children on board; watching you're thru.waving! 'bye; money for the benefit of Coffee Break locations will be B to connect two mo re-
chase. Sample surveys show himself and has a genuine happy kids munching and bringing you a flower, a dead children with cystic fibrosis invited to stop and take a residences to city water amt>i I
an approximate price Civil Trials need to carry a concealed reading; sweeping out the butterfly, a broken cookie..,. and other lung-damaging break. The general public is asked for more informationfrom
spread Grape jelly, 10 oz. .. pistol. crumbs when they're gone.A diseases. also invited.: the contractors
$.59 as to .31; Pinto beans, Hardy said the application Lunch at a public boat ramp: The Convoy is a com- All proceeds go to the Cystic
dried. 1 lb. $.81 as to .43; (From Page I) renewable every two years chirstmas apron lovingly "Hot to Trot," coke n mitment to be in the"lIneup"to Fibrosis Foundation, Florida 1
Oatmeal, 1 lb. $.93 as to .39. and is not automatically given; handmade, worn with crackers salad from home, help conquer Chapter for advancement of
was slippery where the fall renewed because of a prior pride. coffee from a conveniencestore. cystic fibrosis, the numberone research, and support of
QUESTION! : What is the occurred and the store was at application. The permit can hereditary killer diseaseof medical care and public
nutritional value of yogurt? fault in the accident. be revoked if it is not carriedon Amateur critics, sharing book Friends, more than ever children in the United education programs.
ANSWER: Yogurt has the The plaintiffs are seeking the person whenever reviews and opinions.A dreamed possible, from .- L. u _
same food value as the milk it damages in excess of $2,500.) carrying a concealed gun. A every niche in life.
is made from. When made In another case, Jessie L. $100 bond is also required. plant, a slice of cake, a glassof
from partially skimmed milkit Brown is seeking damages in Shuford expressed concern iced tea, fish and hush- Being a bookmobile operatoris
has less fat, vitamin A, and excess of$2,500 for injuries he about the liability of the boardif puppies, still warm and .....one unique experience.Mrs. .
calories than when made from received in an auto accident a gun. after the issuance of a delicious.A 0
whole milk. that occurred Jan. 6, 1973. permit is used to hurt or kill Davis, an employee of Ask
Bobbie Lee Sparks and someone. Hardy said he felt (Con-artist complete with the library for two years The average sugar beet weighs about two pounds and
For further information Mutual Insurance Companyare the difficulty of getting the car loaded with small travels about 80 miles a weekto stores 14 teaspoons of sugar in its root. Charley

concerning your household for trial defendants Nov 16.in the case, set permit and following children crying as she tells a .seven_ _different A __ _stops_ _at_ d__ _
write to your County Exten- guidelines set by the state sad tale, riding away with I(
sion Home Economics Agent, would absolve the county of your $5 in her pocket, and ;, .
t Mary S. Yea rta, P.O. Drawer any liability. you see her stop at a trailer /
1028 Starke, Florida 32091 or A popular milk substituteused Chairman Roberts said the down the way, and stand in '(
call 964-6280 Extension 284. by the early American position of the board in the the yard talking to the occupant ( 50" DOOM'S T.V. SALES & s50F '"A careless tfmfm
This service is free to every colonists was corn mixed past has been not to grant any going thru' her act act can cause
one without regard to race, with the juice of boiled hick permits so as to not grant again....life... .. / another person to lose hiesight.Jiiti
p alor
W.ill ;' .r.. "IJ.Jo:1:,."....,..... iZ Sheriff Dolph Jteddish told Dogs chasing you; little boys ( '132'' Lawrence Blvd. result in a law suit for
of 'commissioners "already fishing from a bridge, $100,000 or more. The
ExBankeMisusing A.dmitsFunds had "people line up at the waving. ..' usual $10,000 personal
473.2733 Keystone Fla.
back door to carry firearms" R Heights, 473.2733 liability policy U
no longer
and expected with the Running over snakes; watching f
issuance of the ordinance a foxes glide into the ,f adequate. Can the Charley
flood of underbrush E. Johns Agency increasemy
applications.The as you pass; a
ordinance will not take wide-eyed deer, gazing ) GIFT CERTIFICATE Comprehensive
effect until a copy of receivedin solemnly as you lumber by. Personal Liability to

Bill Kpps. former vice- on February 17. 1975. he the Secretary of States $100OOO..even 51.000,000
office in Tallahassee and Horses running an open gate for just few dollars
president of the CommunityState misapplied $12.900 of the \ a more
Bank in Starke. has pled bunk's money by causing the recorded. heading for the high- Redeemable On any Portable Color T.V. j = premium?"
guilty( to misapplying funds disbursement of a check in .I .AIJo. New Or Used
and concealing loan Information that amount drawn on the - Charley E.
from the board of account of L J. Kite at the f 100 00
:ls5 Wl fart 50
directors. Hank of 11.1\\thome. It said Dae. 31, 1977 JOHNSAGENCY '
Kpps 48. negotiated to have Kpps: later charged the checkto HUMAN
six counts of the case filed account of Richard Kite at 131 S. WALNUT ST. STARKE
against him dismissed after Community Bank knowing PHONE 964-5070
pleading guilty Wednesday. thl'repre no funds to coverit. UNDERSTANDING
Nov. 2 in Federal District .
'ourt in Jacksonville to two :Maximum penalty on each
counts of violations of federal count of the felony is five
statutes involving misuse of ears imprisonment, a $:>.OtMI)
A funeral director serves people at a low pointin
$:.J4.\!oo) from mid- October to fine or both. their lives. To give this service he needs both
midFebruary of 197:>. Another count also to be technical thill and human understanding. The
Kpps.: who now lives in dismissed charges Epps on stall of DeWITT C. JONES FUNERAL HOMEIs
THusvillc. was executive January 22.JII5. made a false sincerely proud that they have the
vice'8president of the bank at entry in the Community Bank
opportunity to provide a warm and personal .
records in that he
the time. allegedly!< service.
U. S. District Judge I low ell recorded a JB.i05: : deposit in
W. Melton accepted Epps' the Kite account which .
plea to two counts with an satisfied an overdraft in that -
understanding that the amount and that the deposit DeWitt C. Jones Benton Futch A J,
remaining six counts will be was made by three checks .. .
dismissed al the time of which Kpps: knew were Harold Johnson
sentencing expected in worthless. t i .
December.One A spokesman for the district t t !
count to which Kpps: court clerk said that normally DeWitt C.JonesFuneral i y,
J. withdrew his previous innocent 45: days pass between a guilty
plea involved failure to plea and the. sentencing to Home
report a loan to the bank's allow a pre-sentence investigation Stark' Keystone .
Io4ird of directors. The loan of the individual 984-6200 4r3.317eWould .._ ., w -r 'e
was made to John K. Kite in before the judge.: decides on k tact iilkr ill.m.AU\iiiia \VillMmsn..IVuturk, .S llifjnJni.i, b.lnnnw'diunr Xtdatknl,
the amount of $22.000: ) October the sentence.

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The other count to which JJ CLASS OF 77.

Kpps pled guilty charged thatacts ,

True or False? farm hands. better than
crops ever.
I I I You Be Because of its solu' The reason is many Our school covers all

W1f"/ I j bility, potassium can be of them are going to school the major areas of crop

Interested In placed in close contact to become Certified Crops production: seed, plant
& FanciesMany' I
with the seed. Specialists. foods, and ag'chemlcals.
will. be surprised
people A fanner wants to Which
to learn that corn is means they're Our instructors are

member not only of the an grass herb f.imily but as a Keeping Warmer This Winter? use five pounds of zinc going to be better able highly trained and expe'rienced ,

well. It has been under cultivation per acre on his corn. than: ever to help you plan, and much of the '

that botanists for ao many can no centuries longer Staying Cooler Next Summer? You will spread fer' plant, and produce material they cover is on.

trace its wild plant origin. tilizer at the rate of 500 a college level.
Whatever its origin corn is pounds an acre. Problem solving:as "
more likely to nourish if I. Saving Money On Heating & Cooling Bills? How much 36% zinc j';A long as have a need
. !grasses and herbs in the form
sulfate will order ,
of weeds are kept at bay. One you per rt or problem on your farm,

t.',1.t.' with'way many an atrazine farmers do herbicide that is, With Today's HIGH COST Of Heating And. Coofrtg ton of fertilizer:: ? we re going to keep on P

a* AAtrex, which gives What is this? A pop learning and looking for

i"auch the that profit come and from peace Ciba-of Your Home How Much Wood .Initiation. Interest You? quiz? Not exactly but ways to solve it.

experience. Ciba-Geigy almost. ,
Z' \ GoldKist.Good
has been making AAtrex ,
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METHODIST YOUTH St.Edwards NewsMrs. SOUTIISIDE NEWSMothers 3 Accidents, And Car Fire Reported' In \\.1:

Mary Stanley has Halloween''cakes and candies 5:30: p.m., followed by a covered Community Newsby who helped and receive Mrs. ceivlng "Happy Grams" for .1iHour

ACTIVITIES$ . organized St.. Edward's a Children's' Catholic' Choirat were Parker enjoyed.and ,iMrs.Mrs. Maureen Michelle hall. dish supper. in. the parish M"-\ Laurie our thanks Mulling are' :room from?: Mary Susan Agnes Nichols-Mrs.Ferguson's' who most helped especially room seven to Mrs.and doing a great job in all sub- Period Rain

Church.. in Mrs.. Richard McCarthy Miss room: Mrs.. Linda Tyler, and Alvarez for her help planningand jects are Cindy Warfel, Betty { During! Friday
Santana were of ,
charge Sunland
sponsorship Elizabeth Walker
make a committee to was Woodard, Portis Kelly ...
plan Leola Addie Mrs. Troy .
up Mrs. Brenda
Don Denton. .Following Mass on October decorations and discussed and members Methodist. Church nesday night Hamon, Mrs. Sarnt Sweat. organizing for their -- sI' .
Youth Director the Christmas float at the 30, Mrs. with party were 964-6683 Every first and second McCutchen and Mrs.. Blon-- Sartinora., Mrs.. Mrs. Eugenia Whitehead's' carnival booth.. Mrs. Neighbors Moore, Jose Melicio, Jason driven by AntoinetteK. ,
Stanley guitar arrangements.Altar to Wyman to the Hamilton Mercury
requested bring Clone
Stacey Denmark.. Vickie MYF meeting Sunday night. directed the wrapped Monday night the Young Adult deva Risby' will co-sponsor a Blunter, Mrs.. George second grade is fortunate to is proud of her students'' Muggins, Robin Hersey, Marie Friday was not a good day destroyed by fire. Crews said was Stefanelli of Starke. -. ,
Carver, T.J. Denmark.. Chuck Plans were also made for accompaniment presents for Christmas gifts to I Dell> Chapter 168 OES combination Talent and Mrs\ Jim Duncan Looney, have as classroom parents improving work and study Doughman.. Alvin James and to be driving in Bradford he left the car on McKinley vehicle and!$$100 to the Florida Stefanelli
choir in singing "The Lord Is Society Sunland patients at the Dell 168 OES will Choir rehearses at 7 7:30.: Every ; Mrs. driven was making a right .
Williams and Tammy and the Thanksgiving service for My Shepherd". Mrs, Richard Coss presidedat December 6 meeting. Chapter Tuesday night the Young Fashion Show at 7:30.: Thurs-- {Cheryl' Gladden's' room: Mrs.! Mr..and Mrs. Bert McGee and habits more students are Lynn Dukes.. Happy Birthdayto County with three accidentsand Road and when he returned it Pest Control truck by turn on SR-16 near SR-200 '
Todd Denton voted to youth and parents on Sunday meet Thursday night, Nov. 10, Story Hour at 7:30.: Linda Bryant Mr.. and Mrs, finishing their work and Jason Huggins this month! a car fire reported in six fire. Brown. Brown was stopped at
were night Dewayne a Investigation
the meeting of St, Edward's' Mrs. Jerry" 'Phillips and at 7 in the Masonic Hallon Junior Choir rehearses at 7 day Mrs.. Ona was on revealed when Glenn tried to pass on .
evening the Nov..20, at 7 p p.m. in Halloween' Party Altar Society held in the Mrs. Maureen Santana were Brownlee p.m. Street.. All members p.m. Wednesday night, 7:30: ,. Senior Choir rehearsal at 8 8p Jacobsen, Mrs.. Vonda Wall, the McRae who worked s so()hard on getting A on spelling. A most. hour period during the rainy evidence of arson. a Kathy stop sign Alvarez on SR-233.Denson, 21, the right and collided with the '" .

FIRST BAPTIST NEWSA sanctuary.The Young members of St.. parish hall on November 1 1.. named co-chairmen of the are invited to be present.. Prayer Meeting Thursday p p.m. Friday the Senior Choir ?!EiiCaroiiNorth': and Mrs. Chamber of Horrors for appreciative"Thankyou" day.Rain. Crew was charged with no 1968 Mercury.. Police "
bus will Jim and of Rt. 1 Raiford.. was chargedby
complete renovation of youth carry Edward's' were entertained ata Altar Chairman Mrs. Henry Christmas Bazaar to be heldon night Bible Study at 7 p.m. will sell dinners beginning at Nazworth; MM. the carnival and hence helped Eddy Hall, in Mrs. Iva Jean to was a factor in two of driver's' license in the In- estimated $$300 damage to the
and friends Linda Lawson third the t-'HH- with improperlane
members to Disney from
and 11:30 a.m. Junior Choir lit"ulah Lennon's' win a party for the class as Harrell's fourth grade,and his the accidents.. Starke cident. .
the auditorium Halloween Party in the Stefanelli announced plans fora Dec. 10. NAACPtoMeet Sunday School 10 a.m. : room: Mrs. police collision Stefanelli vehicle and$$250 to a
has World Saturday morning, rehearsal at 6:30: p.m. The Cheryl I Griffis \ one of the best decorated family recently returned from grade room 13 and kindergarten officer Wayne Sibley was Gwendolyn change after a Glenn.
educational buildings parish hall on October 30.. general church cleaning on Mrs. John Samons invited Bradford Branch Mt. Morlah United Methodist Mrs.. Peggy 1975 Toyota driven by
Nov. 12, leaving at 7 a.m.. and County Band will meet at the booths.. and room 19 for making the involved in with a vehicle driven by
Church Hersey, Mrs.. visiting Williamsburg an accident Friday Hammond of Starke
First included Church Prayer Lisa was
at Baptist Games : Prayer Meetingand Wilson
begun bobbing Nov. 12. Mrs. Josephine Cumber members to attend the NAACP will meet Tuesday Vickie Norman, 16,Rt. 1
late that Treasure Chest and decora-- Lynn
Starke. It will be completed in return night. apples and musical chairs. and Mrs., Beverly Tyrrell Gainesville Deanery Day of Plea Bible Study Wednesday home of Mrs.. Rebecca Allenat Mrs. Gloria Mann, Mrs.. Jamestown, Va. He enjoyedthe afternoon during the height of charged with making an Improper -
Nov. at
night, 22, at 7:30: In tions such at the Lawtey. The FHP reports
three phases, with phase 1 Costume and game prizes volunteered for altar care Spiritual Renewal scheduledfor sant Grove United Methodist night, 7 7:30.: Sunday School 8 p p.m.. Saturday the I Can Cynthia Zurfluh, Mrs. Torena observance of Fire Governor's Palace the carnival.In a success the rain'storm. turn in an accident both vehicles were travelingeast BUARC Receives
already in progress. The ObituaryARTHUR were awarded to Tara Nuss, during November.. Nov.. 30 at the Holy Faith Church.All 9:30: a.m.New. Circle will have a dinner sale.. Llzenbce. Mrs. Juanita Prevention 'Week, Mrs. best.. He shared with the class Sibley's car collided with a Monday at the corner of SR. SR-16, Thursday, Oct.
Sunday is Young Folk Day. Jackson, Mrs.. Beulah Lennon's kindergartenclass some of the historic sites that Mrs. Dorothy Leach's car driven by Eldon Sapp of and US-301. Hammond'scar on For
sanctuary is being refinishedwith Mark Parado, Todd Parker, Plans were made for a Holy Catholic Church in Gaines- progressive, concerned, Bethel Baptist Church: Linda Fowler; third 100 27, at 8 a.m.Iohen. \ Denson Federal Grant
a new ceiling, vinyl Jimmy Quiette and Jennifer Hour observance on the Feastof ville.. Bible Class and Prayer Sunday School 9:30: a.m. did a unit of study : he was in Williamsburg, suchas grade, Greg Wiggins 557 GlendaleSt.,Starke, at the collided with a car driven
wainscoting, completely OSCAR HALL Valdez. Witches brew and interested citizens and Morning Worship 11 a.m. The COMMUNITY\ ""Prevention of Fire." They blacksmith, silversmith, wrote a poem in the spirit of corner of SR-230 and Cherry by Stephen Kersey of Starke.. started to make a left turn.
Christ the King, Nov.. 20, at members are Invited to at- Meeting, 7:30: Wednesday. NEWS learned the season: Norman applied the brakes IIome-Dased I Prog-
the and Sunday School will present songs poems, made weaver and apothecary Street. Starke police estimated
refinishing at 4 the
pews Arthur Oscar Hall of - -- - Microwave Magic\' Saturday p.m. (From Page 8)) films Thanksgiving. Thanksgiving and collided with the Denson
repainting. 75 tend.The Deacons and Pastor will meetin Forum.. Dinner will be servedat saw filmstripsand shops, the hat maker, Sibley said he couldn't see damage at $$400.
Phases II and III will be Waldo.. died Monday, !Mrs.\ Nell Allen Joseph F. Kollar membership drive is on conference. 12:30: p p.m. Deaconess meet. listened to stories about the tavern, and bakery.. He I like you.. I like pumpkin pie the Sapp vehicle when he vehicle, a 1976 Chrysler, The Bradford Union
completed over a period of six November 7 at his home.. Mr. !Mrs.\ Nell S. Allen, 73, of To Be Discussed for new members and to School a 9:30 Sunday ing at 5 p p.m.. Evening Worship each night' and b begins Hall lifetime Heights, died Joseph F. Kollar, 76, of renew membership of present : a.m. Morning Sunday. brought I like chestnuts and Starke police investigated five There was $$600 damage to
the was a resident of Keystone 6 pictures of good and park, the glass blowers, the Cherry Street because of the Citizens has received a
and .
months 6pm. j
to total seven facilities bring to the Waldo area, and a retired Thursday evening in the Starke died Friday, Oct. 28, in Next WednesdayAre members. The organizationneeds Worship 11 a m. Evening The public' 'is invited to bad fires and fire prevention monument to Pocahontas and chickadees and chimpanzees: heavy rain.. No charges were accidents resulting in one the Denson vehicle and$$800 to federal grant to implement a '
building up at Sunland Bradford County Hospitalafter Bradford County Hospital.A your held. Worship 6:30: p.m. attend. but most of all I like injury to Jimmy Tyson, Rt.. 2, a 1976 Mercury driven by
Mr. William S.. Haas, cottage supervisor Ebenezer Baptist Church... : Choir.FederationThe Annual equipment to school. They the pottery at Jamestown. He you filed in the accident.A Home-Based Intervention '
par. Training Center. an extended illness. you thinking of buying a Choir "Federation of Conference is in were excited to have Firemen showed the class a fife, which Thanksgiving. University of Florida Starke, in the past week.. Norman.. Program for developmentally
chairman of the Building- native of Tuesday night 7 7pm Bible session In .
Maintenance Committee Born February 12, 1902 in Born at Shawvers Mills, Kollar had lived Germany, Mr. microwave oven? Or, do you Senior Citizens 7 Bradford County is celebrating St. Augustine.. The Bobby Lewis and Tim Crews was the only musical instru-- cheerleader received minor Tyson, 20, was eastbound on Starke police investigatedan disabled children from birthto
in Thursday night 7pm.
he Va., April 8, 1904.. Mrs. Florida for The Strain Senior Citizens Study. following churches, pastor to visit Wednesday, Nov. 2, was the SR.16 and apparently fell accident Tuesday, Oct.. 25,
announced that Ballard and Hampton was a member of on 12 have a microwave you want to Meeting. its second anniversaryNov. and our school and talk to ment, other than the drum, Injuries Friday when the car six years in the Bradfordand
was a housewite, years moving to Starke will meet Wednesday, Nov. 16, Prayer members will be Invitational asleep and his car ran off the and charged Marvin
the Christian Allen at- them about Football-Volleyball -
Hampton fire used in Union
she in
Sons of Gainesville will be from Waldo three learn more about? All children are asked to be 14-18 and terminatingNov. \ prevention, marching to keep was riding in overturnedon county area
Church.. member of the Baptist church years ago. at 6 p p.m at Jenkins Ele-- : Mt. Zion, Lawtey And let Tournament at road Sunday about 1 a.m.
them look
soldiers in
doing all the work. He was retired from Then come to the present afternoon at 4 20th. The Federation Hev.. at the equip- step. SR-16. Roseberry, Jr.. of Jacksonvillewith cluding Keystone Heights.
the every Richard
Survivors, include his and had lived in the Prudential mentary on Pine and Florida Bethel Mt. ment Southslde. Southside numberone Tyson's 1970 Plymouth
wife Keystone
Pastor in Revival Insurance Microwave Magic "Tips and for Christmas rehearsal. consists of a five choir union. Pisgah.' ; they use in fighting lire.. Nancy Ness was treated and running a red Ii light.
In keeping with the church's' Gertrude Hall;, three sons: Heights area for the past 15 Co. Techniques" to be presentedby Streets. p.m.Sunday School 9:30: a.m. At Each choir is responsible for Leroy South Starke, Rev. Thestudents liked everything, Miss Phyllis Goldberg's' volleyball team came in released; at Shands Teaching traveled 400 feet on the Roseberry was traveling The intent of this program is
belief in evangelism,Rev. Ben Quitman W. and Charles T, years. Mary Yearta, Extension All Senior Citizens are invited five Sister Luree Jacksonis the following nights: Monday lIeaslie' Young, and Rev. R.G.. but The Big Red Truck best! fourth grade has been very first Starke number one and Hospital following the accident shoulder before striking a south on SR-200 and ran a red to provide homebound ser
Pastor, is preaching both of Waldo, and James Hall Survivors include her Survivors Include one Home Economist, next to attend and enjoy the asking p.m. all Missionaries of night.. True Canaan Church of Greater Allen busy the last several weeks two came in second and third The driver, Gary culvert. Tyson was taken to light at the intersection of SR-- vices to handicapped infants
Bryant revival services at Riverview or Gainesville; 3 brothers: husband, Virgil Allen of daughter, Mrs. Joan Hopperof Wednesday, November 16, fun. the Home Mission and the God, Starke; Tuesday night, start Chapel. Sunday, Nov. 20, will In Mrs. Janet Neighbors'' studying about Egypt with and Southside number three Barber of) North Palm Beach, Bradford County Hospital by ]100 striking Deloris Chitty and children presently

Baptist Church in Jacksonville R.V Hall of Tampa, Clyde Keystone Heights; 2 sisters, Lockport, 111...; one son, from noon until 1 p p.m. at the Deaconesses to meet. St. John Baptist Church, ,\ a new conference year. second grade, students parti-- time out to get ready for the and two came in fourth and t f.> and another passenger, Dcbi Rescue 51 and released. He Baugess, 28, of Starke.. Police neglected by lack of funds,
Florida, this week Nov. Hall of Starke, and Wilbret C. Mrs.. Roxy Bowser of Harry J.. Kollar of Wildwood, Bradford County Agriculture Concerned Citizens Brother Horace Griffin will Lawtey; Wednesday, Mt.\ Zion Church Antioch Missionary\ Baptist& cipate in a reading party when carnival.. Congratulations to fifth respectively.. The Burgess of Lake Park, also received was charged with careless estimated $$500 damage to a special transportation needs,
Hall of Tallahassee; 4 sisters: Washington D.C., and Mrs.. N.J.. ;, one sister, Mrs. Anna Center on USJ01 North of The Concerned Citizens deliver his trial Sermon AME Church, Lawtey; Thurs-- : Thursday night they finish their reading book Troy Portis and Leroy Griffisfor following are scores of the minor injuries. driving, the FHP reported.. 1972 Ford truck driven by lack of a central referral

611.Monday, Nov. 7 7., Baptist Alta Youngblood of Waldo, Dorothy Beavers of Deland. Carle of Milltown, N.J. and Starke.If Organization will meet Mon November 20, in the 11 a.m. day night.. New Hope Baptist Prayer Meeting at 7:30.: Friday currently being used by that making the football team tough defensive battles in the Barber told "FlIP he lost Kevin Duaine Hamilton, 17, Roseberry and $$900 to the service and lack of appropriate
night, Nov.21, at 7 at (
Women's' Day of Prayer was Clemmie Partm of Tampa, Funeral services were held nine grandchildren.. on your lunch hour, please day p p.m. service at Ebenezer Baptist Church with Rev. George Lee, night the choir will go to group.Daren Allen,Beth Hall, and to Valerie McCloud for football games: Southside One control of the, car after it hit a of Starke was charged with Baugess vehicle. educational needs..
observed, with the theme, "A Lucille Kicklighter of Tampa, Nov. 5 from the graveside in Funeral services were held feel free to bring your brown Center new hUE Room.in. the Day Care Church. You are Invited. presiding; "Friday night, Mt. Green Cove Springs to sing. Troy Sturgis, Robert Pittmanand making the volleyball team. o Ovs. Lawtey 8,Southside two 0 0vs puddle of water standing in careless driving' after his Stacey Lee Glenn, 21, of We are staffed by two certified -
Future and A Hope." Margie\ Ratliff of Hollywood;, Crosby Lake Cemetery with Monday, Oct. 31, in the DeWittC. bag of lunch, says Mrs.. All Board members (Greater. Bethlehem .Freewill Pisgah AME Church, Starke. Saturday at 7 p p.m. Choir Lanette Starling enjoyedthis The class expressed its Starke 12. Lawtey 0 vs.Starke. the road. vehicle struck a 1973 Ford Jacksonville was charged by classroom teachers in
12 grandchildren and 9 Rev. Raymond Scruggs of Jones Funeral Home are rehearsal. Sunday School 10 last .(>..,$Southside two 0 vs Also pickup driven by Darrell mental retardation and
This day is observed by great- Yearta. Baptist Church: Each The anniversary for the privilege week and sympathy to Sherry Flakes on Friday a car owned Starke police with improper
Baptist Women around the grandchildren. ficiating. DeWitt C. Jones Chapel with Rev. LeRoy Olive All extension programs are asked to be present. Monday night at 7:30: Tiny Tot entire week will be held at Mt, a m.. Morning Worship n am. are now launched into the next and family on the loss of her Lawtey 0.. Southside one 0 vs. by Archie Crews was Stephen Brown, 22., also of passing "Friday, Oct.. 26, after trainers who will come to your

world to engage in a time of "Funeral services were Funeral Home was in chargeof officiating. Burial was in open to the public.. Everyoneis Church News rehearsal. Tuesday night Zion AME Church, Lawtey, Evening Worship 7 p.m. reader. Thanks to the parents grandfather.. The students re-- Starke 6 6. Starke.. About $$300 damage his car collided with a 1968 home to instruct your child.

special prayer for specific \Wednesday at Johnson-Hayes arrangement!:; Crosby Lake Cemetery.. invited to attend. Pleasant Grove.. United.. 7:30: Praver Meeting. Wed- Services are.. .set...( lOt t 7:30: p p.m. .

hprne needs as suggested by the Chapel burial at in Santa Gainesville Fe Cemetery, with. 1 New License Tag Fee Schedule EstablishedMany I

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CAltDO."TIiASKS. CARD OF THANKSIn \ PRICES IN THIS AD EFFECTIVE 430 W MADISON ST.. i7i. owners of private The cars fall into fees for the are up $$3. pay same the'additional token' if he trades tax.. By downin the
loving memory of our Our S j Job iJ I J Is I Pleasing[ i J'' You( I weight passenger trucks cars will and pay light increased WW tags 4,500, pounds present and up, weight, he will not be given

The family of the late son.. Master\ Christopher HOURS: Mon. Thurs 8:30: AM.. 7:00: P.M. / license plate taxes has been eliminated. thus big credit for the difference. No

William Coleman would like to Holmes, who departed this life NOV 10, 1977 THRU NOV 16, 1977 Fri Sat.. 8:30: A.M.. 8:00: P.M. / REI.J under a new fee schedule car owners \who used to pay refunds w ill be made for tags
thank for the cards, November 11, 1976.
everyone based on three weight categories around$$36.50 will now pay $$32, that are taken from disposed
food. flowers, and Two have passed, Sunday Noon 600: P.M..
many acts years and made effectiveNov. a reduction of $$4-1 50. vehicles where no trade takes
of kindness shown to us during dear son Gone but not I- 1 by y the state Depart. For light weight trucks the place.If .
the death beloved We love but
or our forgotten.
one. you ment of Highway Safety and new fees are: the registered owner
May God bless each one of God loved you best. Your Motor Vehicles. -Weight under 2,000, trades outside the above listed

you.. everloving family. PLAIN OR SELF-RISING MOUNTAIN GROUND The $$1 service fee chargedby pounds, $$14. No change. weight categories, he will be
HEAVY GROUND, FRESH the local tax collector's' -Weight under 2,000, pounds required to pay the $$4.50
Mary Ella Colemanand FatherIother, !\ & Sister.. I WESTERN BEEF BLADE, FOLGER'S' office for selling and through 3,000, pounds, $$22. transfer fee and the$$1 servicefee.

Family Eddie Holmes Family MARTHA WHITEFLOUR LOIN SLICED. INTO ASSORTED. I PREMIUM GRADE p > the motor vehicle li licenses li- Under the old rating system And. if he trades up in

THAN 70 a % LEAN will remain the same.. truck tag fees went up every weight, he will also be required -
INSTANT License 100 pounds, ranging from to pay the additionaltax
tag for private
CHUCKROAST $$18.50 for a 2,000, pound truckto and service fee. If he
since Nov.
passenger cars 1
I -- UR PORK CHOPS I BOX O' CHICKEN (GROUND are: $$24.50 for a 3,000, pound trades down in weight, he will Jl Jlbe

SER] : T-ICES: -$14$ for cars under 2,500, truck. Thus owners of lighter given credit for the dif-
pounds; no change in fees. trucks will now pay more and ference. However, no refund
COFFEE for owners of heavier trucks in \will be made when the dif
-$22$ cars weighing 2,500,
BCT that category will pay less. ference is in excess of the tax
pounds through 3,499, pounds,
EPISCOPALREV. -Weight 3,001, pounds required(
an increase of 50 cents from
\.JOHN .FLYNN" DED\N\ BAPTIST CHURCH through 5,000, pounds,$$32. Thisis If the owner of a vehicle
the old fee of $$21.50.$32
..SUNDAY.'\ : 8:30: am. Holv Brooker' : also an increase for lighter dies, the surviving spouse!> will
Eucharist, 9:45: a.m. Church Rev. Lacy{Conway\\ 5 7' 10 Oz. Jar -$ for and cars weighing fee 3,500, weight vehicles in the not need to pay the $$4.50
The old
School.. 11:00: a.m.. Holy SUNDAY=" :\\ : Sunday School. __ up. category but a decrease for transfer fee to place the
cars 3,500-4,000, ,
Baptism.. 10 a m.; Worship services, 11 poundswas heavier ones. vehicle in his or her name.
and 7 7pm. $$29, so for this category .
---- When an individual decidesto Purpose ,of the new three
PINE:-. .; "LEEL.;\'.; \PTIST!\ I most light weight. passenger trade his vehicle if the tier tag system!! is to simplify
Hev.Roman Alvarez PINE=" VALLEY' 2 ; 'lit' replacement vehicle (new or the purchase .and transfer of
SUNDAY=" ), : Sunday School.. CONGREGATIONALHOLINESS\ J used) and the vehicle he is tags in the state. Over 65
10 a.m.;, Worship, 11 am.. : =" CHURCH: a j' 4-H News trading fall in one of the six percent of the vehicles traded I

Bible Study. 6:30: p p.m. :. Rev. David Hodges' 7 categories listed above, he In Florida" fall within those

Evening Worship, 7 p !11.at.n SUNDAY; Sunday School ; 4-H!JUDGING TEAMS will not need to pay the $$4.50 weight categories listed
10 a.m., Worship Service, 11 'Twenty-one Bradford transfer fee.. Only a $$1 servicefee above. The work will be
(; \ ; BAPTIST.\ (cut' 'KCH a.m. and 7 p.m.FIRST ." I. County 4-H members participated will be charged by the tax simplified for the tax col-
Hwy 100A'\South Saturday in Dairy collector.If lector-tag agent \who in turn..
SL'M' >:\\Y\ : Bible School, 10 METHODIST and Beef Judging at the vehicle owner trades up will be a ble to provide quicker
a.m. :. Worship. 11 am. CHURCH' ARDINAL Northeast Florida Fair in in weight, he will not need to service to the public. ,
Training Union.. 7 p m .
i Callahan. Eight volunteer
Evening-; Worship. 8 8pm p Sunday: Church School for CHUCK SLICED I I' SAVE $ adult 4-H leaders and the
$1 i
ages : am.; Morning I Lb. 88C $168 LE.s268! LB.SUNNYLAND. t FRESH LINKS $ county 4-H Agent provided

REV.MADISON\ .CHARLES BAPTIST H..\SWARTZ Worship 11 a.m _(_Nursery__provided) Limit 1 With Coupon \\50' ? STEAK LONDON BROIL m DELMONICO LOIN POR CHOPS PORK SAUSAGE 20 OZ.$178 BACON Pkg 98C Limit 1 With Coupon with transp.tilt.:, ''tation Judging and Contest.helped PRODUCENAVEL

KI.NGSI.K=" : :'* I.AKEt'TlST\ IMI WITHI.. .. ,,,OPMO1..JRCMA. __________ FRESH CENT FT CUT The senior Beef Team
Sunday: Sunday School Rev. Paige How\\man LB. $198 $$198 98C FAMILY PACK BREASTS OR THIGHS EICLUD4NG) TOBACCO) placed first in the Beef Judg--
9:45am: Morning\ Worship 11 Sl''=""iU.Sunday.\\': School.. SHOULDER STEAK CUBED STEAK Lb.. LOIN POR ROAST Lb. BEEF FRANKS 1 Lb. ing Contest. Team memberswere

a m.., Children's Worship 11 10 a m.;. Morning Worship. 11 '::.. $ FRYER Pete Hodge, Drew
Church Training 6:15: a m. Church training.. 6:30: a-e a 0 e e a $108 LEANMEATVPORKSMOKED USOAGRADF .. SLB AVG ALL VARIETIES C Andrews Mark Crews and
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p.m.p.m.. .., Evening Worship 7:30: pm.pm.. Evening Worship, 7:30: \W'/ j ROAST Lb. TOP OUNONSTEAK $ -198 I NECK BONES LB. 58C YOUNG D CKS 98C SWIFTSAUSA BROWN ,E SERVE 80Z, 98C PARTS 78 lb. .li.E..J.p I MOUNTAIN GROUND t had Mike a Starling.perfect score Mark on Crews all ORANGES : ;

-M::;! ;\ \' ltA\ tIM 1 l'lsl 1-1IL1U, { ;' 'FLOUR :II BEEF CHUCK< LEAN BEEFCUBESf 3 38 LEAN & MEATY EMPIRE FRO N THE LEAN ONE- SWIFT $ 8 FOLGER'S' INSTANT I three participating beef classes.and placing Others ..i,.f I
A1RPAKKBPTIST\ ,\ \ Elder T.C.X'\\illiams I LB.78C NS 58' 1oz.$158 LOIN SLICED INTO ASSORTED .

Rev.(ChURCh O.D. {Brooks Sl'SISunday)\\ : Service School., 11. t PLA'NO.' ..'** >' HISlNtt''', t tt I I SHORTRIBS ___________________________ SMOKED :t t Everett Hayes, Guy Wayne Doz. !99' 4t" I IWHITE
10 a a.m., Worship c 98C $ i Parrish, Ken Howard, Bruce
Orange Street am.. B.T.S.. 5-45: p p.m:. t !51..B BAG 38 SAvE4I'"' t tt Lb. $138 I '10 Oz $$4 429 SAVE '1 1I 100 t Howard, Brandi Herndon.
Evening Worship.. 7 7pm p DOUBLE S/H/ GREEN STAMPS EVEt WEDNESDAY! PORK CHOPS I Jar Placing fifth, seventh and
Sl'=""ilSunday)\\ : School 10 All visitors are warmlv t LIMIT AS ADVERTISED eighth in Dairy Judging were:
a.m. : Worship Service 11 elcomevl \ 1 I UMIT AS ADVERTISED/ Cindy Douglass, Vicki Barton, I
a m... Evening!' Worship 7 p p.m. I I GOOD THRU 11 16 !77 I GOOD THRU 11/16/77/ / g Annette Balkcom, Randy 10
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SfXKKKHIRCIIUKGUI\ Balkcom, Randy Starling,
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Rev. :\1.1-\ -: Drake Deborah Green, Joy Mark-
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Krv.. K.G. lleaslie., Pastor am. Morning\ \Worship.\ \11 FUDGE BROWNIES OR I CUT GREEN Job Is Volunteer adult 4-H leaders JUICEORANGES

am.. "EenmgVorship.:\ \ 7 eOtto' I i coach the 4-H teams. Adultsare I
"st'M'=" >.\\Y\ : Sunday School ...
pm. COOKIES / TOWELSJUMBO needed to coach poultry,
9 9:30: a m.. Morning\ g Worship, S. BEANS Pleasing You land, meats, and Horticulture
Ham Evening Worship, 5 5p _' Judging Teams.. C
first Sunday only: love UNITED. PENTECOSTAL( ., '
p p.m.

first feast Sunday 7:30: p .m.. ,III. Friday before Rev.CHURCH N.O.L.Water' Wells,!St.! .,(iIiAl'iRtflTtR.( (_,..4 \\ :- 4 Roll 0 0mtr 49 OZ k 32 $ with. regard national 4H is to origin.open race,to color all,without sex, or D0289c'

--- Church 204 ONLY 'g9C\\.r 2 '16 Oz. $IA 791A 36 OZ. J79
BelheUJapttst! C SUNDAY'=" \\': Sunday School. 89 4 : $1 1 :.., JAR

Sunday Russell School Da*Is. Pastor 10 a m. am.10 a..m.and; Worship 7 7pm p services,:11 Pkg( ROLLS Can's' BOX-: ,. __ Delicious Deli Group Seeks 10.... Lb. Reg.POTATOES 9.

Morning Worship 11 am.. eeee .......} Info.( On BC

Evening Worship 7:30: p pm.;. PINEGKOEMETHODIST:-. \ IJi Hot Foods DisadvantagedSuwannee S 89

ais / o $1 GLAD $ i< FRESH GRILLED B-B.Q River Economic
Pastor .CANS 100 FT STOVE I : 89c SPARE RIBS B Council, Inc., (SREC), a FRESH LOAD OF
Jim Black. '. School, COCKTAIL 1S40Z. Lb
SUND\Y: \\ : Sunday BORDEN WRAPPED / z
$SI 18BORDENS 2 ROLLS 89C MX i\8x\ 59 COOKIES 69C Community Action Agency,
'" Sunday School. 9 9-15: a m.;, Morning Worship.. CHEESE SLICES I PirrlY,(;, '"WIGGLVPEANUT WRAP FLOWERS : PUNCH DELICIOUS FRESH located at 119 Wilbur Street, Appalachicola Meduim j
SVNDAY= \\ _
: 8 8BAKED se
11 a m.. Evening Services, Pint
BORDON COUNTRY STYLE POTATO SALAD Live Oak, is in the process of
9 9-15:4$ a.m.; Morning worship. KRAFT MIRACLE f C SUN-MAID B BUTTERMAID I MAKE\ AWe
11 am.; Evening Worship. 7 : p pm. 2/1j/ BUTTER 5OB C 1 'z C INSTANT" FRESH DAILY conducting a survey to obtain Lb$239$
RAISINS 150Z. 200Z' 2/99C/ RITZCRACKbsg0 s & / Box69C BETTER ALL descriptive data regarding SHRIMP
p.m. ST. EDWARD'S' CATHOLIC :" BREAD LOAF 16 Oz., 39C C FRUIT PIES 2 24 oz. E. 99C Bradford County and the
.FIKSTAS.EMBLY 1 :\ OF. Rev.Patrick II.FUey,
___ of that county.
GOD ICE CREAM ... 4 Offer You Fresh;''i Produce DIET RITE OR a CREAMY SMOOTH 4SC c In The ShellOYSTERS
Everyday. C
"The Happy Church !Masses\ : Saturday 7 7pm., I .th' ACK 89 .II OL99C CHOCOLATE PUDDING Plni This survey, funded by the BU $$850 8
llwy. ISUVVtldonSt. Sunday 11 am., Monday 7 7p SANDWICHES R.C. COLA tIS Comprehensive Employmentand ,

Starke p p.m.. Tuesday 8:30: a.m., -4.Ai';. : ENJOY THANKSGIVING Training Act (CETA), is .
SUNDAY: Sunday School, Wednesday 6:30: p p.m., NABISCO $ :s-:4,: 4 SWEET FLORIDAORANGES C pa rt of SREC's' plan to expandits STONE'
10am. ; Morning Worship, 11 Thursday 8:30: a m.., first, PREMIUM CRISP GREEN _dt1II.. .. 98 MAXWELL HOUSE LEAVE THE COOKING TO US! services into Bradford
a m.; Evening Worship, Friday month. 8:30: a.m. t ieo." c 5 Lb. BaQ County.. $

'5.-SF'>. Confessions: Monday 6 6pm. b $$199 fr SALTINES BOX< 59 / V CABBAGE. 1 8 ................... COFFEE 1 BAG LB $5329 3 THANKSGIVING One County Analyst, CRAB CLAWS Lb.. $3
request.MORGAN :. -i Jonathan Lewis and
.'msn'it'msmN L 6:45: p.m...or upon .....,.. ..,. one
--- ____ Outreach Worker, Mrs.
Jin. Love.Minister CRISP Easley '
BAPTISTSUNDAY :UNCOLA RED I FRENCH 1,000, ISLAND $ITALIAN$ Bradford County residentsand Norman's Farm
: Sunday School, 7-UP 10-'l'2: Lb. (PRECOOKED WEIGHT) members of the REACH
SINDAY: Sunday School, 10a.m.. Morning{ Worship and FOR A GREAT SALAD .HJ DELICIOUS On SPICY FRENCH
Research to All
9:45: am.; morning service, for the Deaf/it, a.m., C I TURKEY Expand
4'' 10:45: a.m.a; youth'group 11 11p.m. Services Training Union.. 6:30:/ p p.m. .. __pr1 ...,, Aouer ALL ( r BJG44pi1 OR PEPSI COLA FLA. A .58c 78 WISHBONEDRESSINGS .' Community Horizons), Produce &
AVOCADOES Bag staff will conduct the
: 2 QTS. HOMEMADE Project ,
; Choir evening-practice worship R 7. Evens Worstiip!. .! ,_?730! p p.m I COOKING ... :.... APPLES....!.;:..!?. '" survey in Bradford County.. : : :
p.m.; ---- o ra.FIRST I ALL VARIFTIFI I DRESSING '4'.''';-1499. Seafood Market
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH'' I JENO'S PIZZA '3 Oz 99 OlA\ ......- 1 1 .QT.'DELICIOUS"' on\'I\'' .1

'CHURCh PRESBYTERIAN REV.BEN BRYANT I MAINE SPECIAL 16 OZ. ..Aery:">> .......... US. NO.1 1 WHITEPOTATOES _______ I FRY''EM BAKE'EM SOUFFLE'EMSWEET GIBLET GRAVY ,. survey information will be kept given strictly on this 617 :N. Temple: 964 6O71

SUNDAYi'\ 9:45: a.m.. FRENCH FRIES 8 Pk C confidential...
Dr.Jack: Hand,minister I s lb Your
Sunday School; 11:00: am.. 0.. A \ 5 58 8 0 < 2 WE CAM\ ALSO BUF YOUR HAM OR Tu HEY. cooperation will be beneficial OPEN 8:3O: am 6 pm

I SUNDAY.1.\ !' Sunday)' 'School, ,Church Morning Worship; 6:15: p.m., ..5'..Lb...Bag?.. I __ PLACE YOUR ORDER EARLY....* In developing, an accurate Mon Sat.,
t 11:10 Training; 7:30: p.m., '. / + CAlL' THE DELI NOW .... assessment of the, communities .'
:: am.; Morning. worsmp, !flu* 0 P9"t"i, YAMS. / '1, AT 964-7644
Evening Worship.
II a.m., !" : .............. t\, needs.

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Page 10 TELEGRAPH Nov. 10. 1911


Kathy Taylor Crowned BHS Homecoming QueenBy w+


Mark Box
BUS Student Journalist J
Kathy Taylor is no longer ty
s W' r 1B.rr su
known as just a Bradford High e9N
School student but now can be
called the 1977 Bradford High 1
School Homecoming Queen. ,' a
Miss Taylor gained the title l l.f, F
Thursday night during Tor
nado Whirl ceremonies. '

Kathy, a 5'5"' blue-eyed 4. ; ;
blond is the daughter of Mr
and Mrs. Bobby Taylor of y rI
Starke. Kathy is a member of I I. y :
the BHS Chorus sings and Football and pretty girls go together.
plays piano in the BUS pop
ensemble. A member of the
BHS student council Kathy '

after wants graduation.to work with children 'I \ 1L Lp& The Restaurant Equipment Co.

925 W. Adams ,Jax,
In other homecoming events -'L1
class took first
the senior
the class float contest -
place which carried the queen and pq ? special ***special ***specialspecialNew

her court.The court membersare Kathy Taylor reacts to being crowned Homecoming Queen by last year's queen Gwen Zack. _
: Phyllis Contrears the __ __ Reach In Refrigerators
granddaughter of Mrs. Ollie
Brewton Starke; Karen First place skit winner was which carried Tornado fans '78 Turn Disney Rock" placed
GH.-20T S/S Aluminum Interiors
Crawford, the daughter of Mr. the sophomore class skit, back in time to find out how second in the homecomingskits. -
and Mrs. Neil Crawford SR-16 "Way Back When. Chub the Wildcats tied the score in a '
west of Starke; Cathy Futch Johnson and Lee Ann Green game against the Tornados Commercial Deluxe Model
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. portrayed Mickey and Minnie "way back when..." The faculty of BHS presented -
Mack Futch of Rt. 2, Starke; Mouse emcees of a show The senior skit "Seniors of their own version of NWx Only 995 Less 10% Cash Carry
and Brenda Prevail daughterof homecoming skits, "Mickey
Mr. and Mrs. Lester 7? .r. Nlrc Mouse's Hideaway which 50,000 Other Goodies At Popular Prices
for a change had students
Prevail of Rt. 2. Starke. as
the main characters. The ;
flf teachers said x The Restaurant Co.
The junior class float placed VSrS. they were tiredof Equipment
second in the float contest. ,. homecoming being the skits.only jokes in The BUS color guard steps out in front or the band. 925 W. Adams Jax

The floats were judged for 1111
E r-
originality consistency with
the overall theme and spirit.
Visual appeal was based on

color material, stability effective beauty, and elaborateness mechanical use of-- ,!..""'VA I.T; y..HIfljjJ4CHEF I.9 "t ''I,

device, if any. FOOD FRESH

This year's theme 'Witn Hs&JsK
Mickey, Minnie And The Rest & ; j

Of The Gang; The TornadoesWill .._n.isp. __. _,_ i
Hang The Cats In
At Pantry Pride we offer fresh fruits and
Shame was evident in the Varsity cheerleaders shout their enthusiasm for the "Big FAI R 1 vegetables loose se y u can select the ones
skits put on by the classes and Red !Machine." that suit your critical eye-pick one or as
the faculty
5 many as _you need. If_they're packaged_ ,
4 epen them te check the freshness for
ti i yourself.



( ) I4. BEER 13oz PEPPERONI 12oz CHEESE-
L '
4 14oz SAUSAGE

12oz i PACK CAN $115 IWyNn $159 SUPER t'rLtiin' 69 -=


., .. ..

alf iN L1.I ./.e.1. SO OFF COUPON:

e ox aryl I ON ALL ;


1 I i :, '

I _'_,_N'_. _N." .

I.1.ra..L......a. U( ) Bargains in Grocery
mix ,
MO.licit 0awr"nllwll''iu'w'1'
=. PANTRY ieI.t. II. W COMPARE! .w :::' XI.Every .

PRIDE .. 11y
SALTINES COMPARE '-::,:=:: :;: ': IMl mm*I"tflMIMIW
Homecoming queen Kathy ...... ; Nestle Hot Cocoa Mix 99 "'
Bradford High School class princesses to represent their Taylor waves to an admirer. I -O ... *om IMH ttiw i NatMushrooms Day LowPrice fj .
classes during Tornado homecoming are back row (l-r): Lynn 0.2/t 2/89/ I ii' >L1i ijbjjy Cut Beets 3/89'/ "'
I Barber Jr.; Mrginia Crawford soph.; and Harriett ilanim Jr. r w Ch ,r r+
Front row: Denise Cobb and :Melissa Mayo freshmen and u .Vienna....a._Sausage 3/1/ ,,29' LIBBY'SCORN libby Sauerkraut 3/M/ 1 tf'
Phyllis Sharpe. sophomore. rarl !' 57'
..N.., ...,. Lemon Juice 12'

.... PLAIN A.LIMON Libby Corned BEd' 95' 1' ar EveryDayLowPriceLIBBY'S
a to
39c .JO'
Instant Potatoes OH 17 l WHOLE KERNEL
L _79 C te Oz Can
"' Libbjf t cut beets 389'1ALUMINUM PEACHES

ra..'L-r'I... @ Nestla'Ice Tea MixMM 89 t'' PEARSFRUIT

FULL 5TENOTN win MOIMI w IN Pantry Pride (@
Mini Marshmallows 3/1/ COCKTAIL
I II PM1M MM VaMItt tfUftM M A
.FOIL Elbow.UK Macaroni 3/1/ sras F L U R 16oz

w FT 39c Tetley Tea Bags 6119 70' H.AIN ONMlf CANS
I Nyb "OLL
Folger's Coffee .3" SAVE LBBAG

-.' .L.. FI... Gjj; _h."Ool_"".a "...e In"o.L.."...e h.yO.l"i..e



I ,>t:"i' r LIQUID .2 89< .._, /$ "' /

.... .
I Cathy Futch rides In style. bgM Aks CI'FIRDINT A

DENTURE DOWNY FABRIC Bargains in Frozen I Health & Beauty Aids OUNCE DRYER FABRIC

r .. -.; 1'ABLnS, SOFTENER COMPAREnmmnmnmtmmmtm 'KM*:'.?::"ur.COMPARE I i MWI* w*, SOFTENER
Schaefer MarchesIn J.,.- ."' ,,' ....."' .
_- ianea 11--
;.,._ { CT.' 179 S Lenders 39' 'I *1" w 40
Bagels | Tablets
IIC Parade, ." : ;. :- ,..J.. 2 QTS. 1 O 78.EveryDayLowPrice tmtmitmmtmmH.tut s$1.84Super
BUS Boil-N-Bag 41/ 1 11.1 P Pettoieum Jelly 2/89/ "
But BIIS fans hang WildcatsW. -';:.ISwe1I..:n..i.@, fjjf'W' i rkBee'Steaks' .. *Mt r 2O'!j Iw iiiii Instant Shave 2/M,/ Discount

When a Starke councilman PIE 's. m 1 : Colgate '
discovered he couldn't enter fHELLIi' CHAMP Pumpkin 2/M/ :3 J' |INNwIr Toothpaste 99'
U.U.fl MHIMCoffee >
his Minuteman float in his own 4/1/ "' 'I" PEPSI
2/'j ?? Lightner 1 Baby Shampoo
hometown homecoming L Sum merlin, M.D., P.A. .::. DOG
parade it Saturday he brought 1'Orf\.......8 Iw"Io'L) _.....e 1Orf\- 0 COLA
over to Keystone's parade GynecologyAnd
RATION ".co.... LA','" .... 'N'.
the National
Representing _.a .L..Jo....@ FRUIT FRIED d"" 64oz PLASTIC BTLNO
Guard Commissioner Charles
lb M' sum.
Schaeffer a former mayor of :, L PIES CHICKEJ.
e. Starke, and John Wayne G. 0. Summerlin, M.D., P.A. PUMPKINCUSTARD DIAPERS
) Hersey of Theressa were PIE $199 RETURN
4/$1 $199
Minor Surgery .
turned away by Bradford .... OTTLESPf
,; I County High School when they $159
showed up at the parade with Announce The Opening Of Their New OfficeAt
t float.According. ..... .;... .._ ..._ ...
J their -- -- ---- -- --- ----- '
: to Charles Hall of , 'h."O.'l"U ,, h."D.'lQw" ,,
t ECUS The school must be sawn: :wnE. II II 'I '
r notified well in advance of 1131 N.W. Sixty-Fourth Terrace Iii : :ramie : : SANKACOFFII .1''' 1 1RIM : : : FYNC TASTE
1 < a c//lr : \ OAR
( HUT auTTtn. 'ci ACORN B Q
"We to limit It i iGLAZID ana
entries. try to NUTS ; kIE oee.rn .C
Florida 32605 I COOKIE I I COFFEI
I school activity units only" her Gainesville : : : : : : C"IAL : SAUCE4ll

explained II 12oyxI II IIII II. .'w t.IIICXj 1 I ._'L8CA"___ I I .1_L_*._CAM_ I. __12._.._...._', I
Hospital) .
Behind North Florida Regional nuns 3/l
Both Schaeffer and Hersey ( : .::.-_ 1 -- _.. --.-.. .- -_._.... .
.. .
their -- -- ------- ---- --- ------
expressed appreciation 372-4006
I to Keystone High School for Suite C LNI ...s
t, allowing them to participate 376.1219 .3.'W
in their parade.
" \." :-.' ,",,,.:..' ", ,-,. .
C'v \

........ ... .,
..'" .


Nov ... 1977 TRLtGRAPH Pale( II I


I Trustees To Seek Loan For Long Needed Hospital Expansion l '

-- ....
In a move to upgrade Charney Williams said he felt received as part of the federal said they favored the
hospital equipment buying Udmondson!: said the position of the hospital as a action plan for the hospital.In -The hospital also:
and for
if the application a $779,000
hospital not mere
to expensive
was $3,600
facilities Bradford going deficiency had been corrected separate entity from county other action the board Received a certificate of ,
County With these forms already -
grant. machine
get any federal money then it over a $860 machine
Hospital board of another machine was government. The letter states learned a meeting would be approval as a certified b'ood'
trustees it would be
was time"to do it ourselves. completed because it was more efficient
approved the purchase of a easier to obtain a long term and would cut ddwn time needed in the emergency the hospital intends to set up set up with prison directors to bank.A
$3.600 blood testing machine Edmondson said the board loan, said Edmondson. on room. He said the Ladies its own affirmative action look at complaints about letter of ap;; ...uation
spent by in
and authorized the hospital might use the$55,000 set aside tests and personnel running Auxiliary had offered to eivo$2,1x)0 plan separate from the emergency units tied up at from Sheriff Dale f arson was
in this Trustees in not having to ())() toward the cost of the Also enclosed
administrator to seek information year's budget as a base approved send tests county. were these institutions. received pralsmr the Rescue '
about long term for a long term loan from thevaimer's gathering more information -machine out. The new $4,000 machine. No action was revised employment applica- -Edmondson said Blue
financing fop hospital Home Administration about a loan and a method to will replace one thatis taken on the purchase. Ion forms that are expected to Cross Blue Shield had approved Unit.Edmondson said Patricia ;
renovation. to renovate and repair the plan ahead and put aside in a I 11 cited years old and was recently Hospital attorney Richard be In compliance with federal the room rate increase Ivey had been hired as ,
21 year old 52-bed facility special fund money for repair as deficient by Welty as a follow up on last guidelines.Edmondson. and the new rates of $75 for a director of nurses
Administrator Dick Ed- Edmondson said a certificate and replacement of equip- machine licensing is inspectors A second month's meeting, said he pre- was instructedto private room and $70 for a +.-The boa rd approved a $200 '
mondson said it appeared all of need authorizing renovationand ment. used as a back up. pared a letter to the Office of set up a committee to begin semi-private room had beenin donation to the employees
hopes of obtaining federal expansion of the The board approved buyingthe Edmondson said the Revenue Sharing to clarify the working .on an affirmative effect since Oct. 1. Christmas party. .
public works grant money had operating room and blood testing machine aspectrophometer. hospital received another
been exhausted Trustee emergency room had been using citation, for the lack of an
money borrowed against bank electric shock machine for the Vo-Tech :
------ certificater Board members heart in the operating room. Horticulture Studentst,,, : .
,' ..., .., .

Y Roberts r Win Ribbons At Jax Ag FairThe ;.' : t

P c1;; .... .

U Bait & Tackle horticulture class at the got them into show quality as .w

i Bradford-Union Area part of the on the job training
Vocational-Technical Center offered at the school. .'
r 964-5143 came away from the Greater Westcott said the com BU *:& -

/ Jacksonville AgriculturalFair petition helps push the
Iaapu tab y with 18 ribbons including students to do well plus the rjf

: the Grand Prize for Best High plants are judged by nurserymen '' / i &% ,
\ School Exhibit, for their which gives the students % J
L SHINER MINNOWS .eRaRi yxyN display of house plants. job contacts

Horticulture teacher Dianne
WORMS Westcott said the competition Ribbon Winners were:

'at the fair was unbelievable Joanie Miller of Melrose,

BOAT RENTALS I with over 2,500 entries in nine blue ribbon for a bromeliad, '

classes. Ed Morgan of Starke, blue t
_. a''r:_wYa__.._ l__ _..ra. ___ The students propagated the ribbon for a coleus and a white
DRINKS & SNACKS plants shown in the fair and n
Every parade has Its share of clowns ribbon for a strawberry
begonia Sheryl /
Hollingsworth of Starke blue w
ribbons for a devils backboneand
a devils ivy and a red 1)) :
ribbon for a rat tail cactus, F
C. Flakes of

1 I Robin ribbon Wilson fora of philodendron Middleburg: '.

blue ribbons for a cactus dish
& VEGETABLES FOOD garden and a croton and white A ItdYi "

ribbons for a sand painting a
terrarium and a Norfolk itk
Island pine; Rylvia Winters of
Orange Park blue ribbon fora
snake cactus Ron Ouellette
W always lf r ybu lh txtt combination
FA I of Keystone, blue ribbon for
of quality and pric* that th nations farms
fern Denise
an asparagus ;
hav to off r ur buyer* th n check our
bint constantly to that you l ct Paronto from Jacksonville
blue ribbon for a croton:
Janet Duncan of Lawtey red

SUPERMARKETSPANTRY ribbon for a jade plant; AlVrl\

'' Griffith of Starke, red ribbon

SAVE TIME & MONEY ON AQFT. .. InF.\! for a pepperonia.
PRIDE A .-r l'' Students will compete in

COLOR FILMDEVELOPING 1 iIf"IA't. other fairs in the area with the
l' top ten plants in the class
BREADBUTTERMILK 'ff 'Jf) making the trip to the state F.C. Flakes and Sheryl llollingsworth! were two of the ribbon;
IYPrN winners at the Greater Jacksonville Agricultural Fair I
fair in Tampa
( ".'DU"a: &1+I / :
.TO. 'fI",
f-I, :.?..::.o....,.',, ..:l: a .. ",, ", ',.',.'-1 Decides To Advertise
> Pride ; County
GIANT 1 YOUR Pantry t 0.".", ::.. :...... Le '
l4 SAfV\
.MA. .VIC0.,. 1,1 .._.. ;
24oz '
-_ .
..INo.a.....Nm Ynct.A '
LOAF \\\ Photo Center .. ,., .., .. ---.J_ I
I .0. ...e,ln o...:u.o.'::"ear-.Xour .

ForJEUdsOnRoad, Equipment ;
.,..- ", ? .... ....

fi 'aJSf'! .S.D. K Super Discount ,. Bradford County Com- roads from the state to the must be approved b>' the .

FRESH FLORIDA ..- missioners during regular counties. cabinet ('Est I of ramp will /lx
session Monday November 7 Bradford is the only county paid for by fishing licensea'evenue.

CENTER CUT BEEF decided if they must get into in the 16 county Second i .
SAVE 21' ALB SWEET CORN the road maintenance District that has not jot made In other action..Commissionl'rs.
business they might as well the transfer passed a I
advertise for bids for six The county will advertisefor resolution supporting the
SIRLOIN58 pieces of equipment expectedto three tractors a six foot position of the state ('ounty
cost about $35,000 and a lu foot mower and a Commissioners Association to
e 10 89 Chairman George Roberts lototiller have a position of county
STEAKS L.I EARS said while the county was not administrators or fiscal of
SAVE 20CBargains looking forward to adding In other road business the licer as an appointive rather
equipment and personnel commission looked at plans to than an elected position.
--- ---- -
... ,. ..... ... ... might as well proceedand revamp the Bessent Road turn "The taxpayers can ill
in .Meat ..h.., ''o" ., r"',, ....."' ...... .i......., COMPARE! ":1.:.;::' .:: t rYeryData like discussed the afford "another constitutional

.. DELI DEPARTMENT PRIDE' "When it comes down to it, county putting in culverts for olficer said Hoberts lie
''..' '
COMPARE! :-: .:- -,'. I"II CM mntttt t,I CM4 II III!tW f CRANBERRYSAUCE they ( the Department of property owners and said historically in liradlord
COMPARE "::-.":.'". ."\"..' FAMILY SIZE PKG. 5 LBS & OVERFiVeVEombo 'r Plum rose... Hams 2" w Transportation) will shut off examined plans lor a Sh.ooo)( ('ounty the clerk and the
Mil renovation the boat commissioners have gotten
like a water spigot Roberts existing
-::::: :'""::::::"" &scar 40'B8hitologna 69' nP and have
MEAT DEPARTMENT at Hampton Lake. along not had
..BSt. ,, en 3/$1 said referring to July 1 I. ramp
_...,. g. INI.YU S CANS 1980 transfer of secondary Plans lor the boat ramp disputes over the budget
Ocean Perch Fillets SI19Shrimp"InA 20' MY. Ground Beef...78Cub'ed'chuckTteak d 21, Bacon ('ounty clerk Gib Brown
Freshly '

Basket M"1 20' .'?.1"IM 21' TykesT'siiced ION. e4aY,4Plumrose. Picnic wM39 tee/YD.nK. 'ii", Brooker Approves mother said he elected was official opposed and to it

\\ould be a 'butden on the
? ? SAY! Meat Loaf Mix 59t Super Discount fj! """'P."'1101e CUT SWEET taxpa>'ers".
: + 71 .N4rYl1/NII4YIIIDI. Pantry Pride Ham M99 20'QUick The commissioners said if
Fry Pork Chops s.l79. n' POTATOES Police Equipment the county reached a sue to
VKM'M' LOTS OFCHICKEN DAIRY DEPARTMENT 2Eoi 49C need\a I fiscal officer they could
I Sliced Pork Loin 5139 20'I Oleo-YN'INN'Spread 'THyerade tot CAN appoint a person to handle

COMPAREe.-"- ::?: n..M"' Y,1M1. Brooker council members $1715. leaving about $b:>U in those duties.
Cheese Slices 98 21' the tOn said Adopted a resolution expressing '
MEAT DEPARTMENTa&i > GIEIET PUGS ( Tuesday. November: 8. gave police budget
i 1.- (1JPANa an interest and
mmtil' Ctw'it, 3 LEG OUAHTCNS WITH IACKSI let'Cal" PRIDE the go ahead to paint obtain a TuNs It was decided
a Smoked Pork Chops SI 199 211' I IREAST OUAHTtdS WITH BACK'. Yogurt 4/s/ 1 +a'Cornish WHIPTOPPING mobile radio purchase two mutually to hold off on the desire t to cooperate and

*v/\ri FUESHFlOftlOA h S XI59 decals and a bubble light for purchase' of a siren, speaker participate in the preparation I
C ; Reels ,, 10'>' ON GEORGIA CC-heese N Wedges 20' the recently purchased patrolcar and microphone The cost of th(>"201 Facilities( Plan" forLawtey's

59' for the town. would be shoat t $410 sewage treatment
PREMIUM I Sour CreamCnTaVdieese 10" ...
CRObCE SlVcedTe'eTTiver59; 20' GRADE --.......... 39C Town marshall! Kenneth In other business acting presented Dick by Lawtey city

FrieVFish1 Sticks M49 1 201 58' i II' Twiss told the council he was mayor George Pierce gave a attorney heard financial Welly reports by
to the council about
able obtain by bid a 197201-
Su_. Ol..nt awrrwYtwE. N. (i'J door Ford for $725 at an meeting with Clay l'lectricrepresentatlvl's county departments that
fYLa1Ar'/ ,, ..,, about returned excess funds to the
UA' "OUM auction held by the city of a
county or deducted it from
BONELESS 'FRENCHFRIES proposal for additional lights
SLICED SLICED Gainesville. Twiss told the their October allocation.
AEAHPAST HAMS councilmen the car has a 357 and moving one pole. The cityis
ROAST DINNERS BOLOGNA currently paying $4 each for Excess were Sheriff Dolph
BACON engine has 14.000 miles and
39 50() small lights and $6.50 each lieddish. S5.B07: property
99C good'After
nan $138G5O 2 OO< 2 88< "runs for three large lights. Pierce appraiser $5.190. clerk,
WUN discussion. Twiss was
<* Jr $1.176, and tax collector K
said ( ) Electric would
the okay to purchase a 'lay I
given Kelly. $1161: of which part
forward a proposal to the
I' Motorola radio costing about
IgOglwhke f jpYNOPNY goes to the county and a
$630.() or lease if the cost is less council. to the school board.
Bargains in Bakery than purchase. Also okayed to Also presented was a letter portion
in Produce STRAWBERRIES- Brown reported a receipt of
Bargains .. written bv. the firm of Sver-
PICK r SAVE 18- purchase was a single landfill from the
YOUR t( PANTRY PRIDE i rotating bubble light cost drup and Parcel to the state a permit of Kn-
je PAKOF Department
OWN SwySO about$80. two decals $14.andto Department of Agriculture
IAM to nowAcee.NYIRAKING 101 no FRESH vironmental Regulation The
3 / ]
SlAW OR SAUD" --... ,,- HONEY =..i have the car painted greenon asking for a meeting and permit, good) for two years, is I
..... .. assistance in sharing the costsof
save SOI MOtO'' M ti SAO. Snow WhiteMUSHROOMS the bottom white on top
1.19 1 ( 'f_ for the SK-loo(() south facility
_. POTATOES : BUNS 2slMITCH and repair a few rusty spots the water system projectfor Set a price of 51) cents a I
; :. not to exceed $235 water used at the farmers
I (
'S 141uwweNerFUe.ow.ro4XO ryDoyl.- riv yard for fill dirt loaded on a
ELlOIIOW ... '
T market Brooker.
\. J The total will be about in
ftmtn vehicle from the
WHITE POTATOES aJ ... "':" Su_. 010._"' '' ..._. 01.._... (i itrench"Stix i:) .:GLAZED'DONUTS _..\ .I,u "bM. _IttGOleatl" ,_ ___n.1._'___ customers SR100 land fill.Approved i

AX ..ltCAMIl.1 H AO 39! 1'EN 'I; ,; ';; I a request by
Diii.or ROMAINAM t SAVE 99 C > ; OLYMPIC Trail' Ristaurairt John Benson to vacate

RED. IM DELICIOUS Awen..Yo ISO APPLES 1.99 49' LB'y: PIE I MEAL ._'J.it& 59C Keystone Heights Unit 1.
301 N. Lawtey Benson; acted on the behalf of

79c 59' the estate of George!! D. Wood.
FRESH ..._, 0104_'", it ..,aetw/1lae/ C1i [(}(!u: CtllillE:( (! [UHf U:: :Ir :[EIlU:1( [ : ? Reappointed to the library t
CANADIANRUTABAGAS S'e : board. :Mrs A. K Norman.
"" ,,' 'uAPPLES Bread 21'1.'A !,I tae : Maun IAMI lwlwi Spthlt Mrs Martha Dorko. Nate
PEARS GRAPEFRUIT33f.I39 awns SHOESTRINGPOTATOES SIO'II' Dilif D>al. Mrs. Ervin Andrewsand S i
,2l.s/ v' m Pat (Farnsworth
l < l3/39< ,-' ,i Fri t Sat. 1I1.t.t2 P.H.. .....- 'rl.S..HI Designated Bradford h i

Fruit *1"LIBBY SAYI taeeE.wwwwwwwwwww.wwwwwwwwwwwwwl<< ; ,.4/9 County as an economicredevelopment (
.. A .......n. CklUi area -
'L.i authorized the North Central

.....IL. G ii9 Frltef' NIM b Florida Regional Planning ''I
'ViF1 it e SAVE 12C CASH e. r:.rItwA, $150 ..... Council do all the planning
LIBBY : h.1f II...M. and appointed the county

POTTED MEAT DIAL ,SOAP i "PARTY-.ZZA zoning board to work with. the
planning council. 3
Trail Rasta rant '
'"'''" 5 9( : FINK-aOLD.WMm.AOUA/THftef ... SIRS : !.299' Took the position th.it
III,,,,, alcoholiCS.I rmtE'd under theMyers
AN m nut MM. eM MM _. Aw u. n RMlA Hours 7 A.M. 10 P.M. Daily Including Sunday p
........ .......-www .w--w-Yw w r. Act nt Bradford County
301 N. 782.3819 Lawtey llnhpital should bo paid for.b>'
the I\Imtallll'alth Clinic., t tt4'

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111-Acre Lake Area Sale --I Ie
:,. Hampton Property -- :_'72._ Ir

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Ii Pushes Transactions To ,. I I.f'

August ',483,533, !; "".. .. ..r."" ,,. .

Ii\ .t'I '" ':' "w .;. ,
J!;' "
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The sale of 111 acres plus Steven Cardin and wife to Robert L. Faulkner and wifeto Theron Carol Hunter and Gwendolyn Marie Browardto .I" 'l" n NrtG r...
personal property north of James R. Brown and wife, Lot James R. Lawson and wife, wife to William R. Aldermanand Alice Lucinda Petreyrs of ,. ," mrN n n' i A
Hampton Lake for 210.000 2, block 2? Nichols Acres, a parcel in SWV4 of SEV4 of wife,'SEV4''of SWV4, 521, lots 31, 32, S 10 of Woodlawn, .i Y Fy. 3 'Gm.

.,' pushed August land sales to $3,900. S26, T6S, R22E, 5500. T7S R22E $41,500.Townhouse .' 9.66 acres more or less $100.. '. .'", .. '
the highest so far this year at Steven Cardin and wife to Norman E. Sanders and i FLORIDA 8 ATE 400J

1483533. Catherine W. Smith, Lot 2, wife to Charles Ray Evans i Enterprises of G endolyn Marie Broward ... '
block 1, Nichols Acres $2,500. and wife S 200 feet of W 150 Florida Inc. to William J. to James Marklee Raulerson, ,.
Sale of the property north of Carl C. Norman, Jr. and feet of W'/4' of E>h of SWV4 of Coleman and wife, parcel in 7.45 acres lot 33, S lo of ,
SR-13 was from William B. wife to Claude Leasure and SE 4. S35, TGS, R22E, and NWV4 of SWV4 Of SEV4 of S34, Woodlawn, $100. .,) >,: ).
Woods and wife to Robert J. wife lot 22 of Sampson LakeShores mobile home 7000. T6S, R22E$3,000..

Hunt and wife of Lake Mary Unit 1, in S3S, T6S, Leon M. Norman
Fla. In two parcels. Eighty- R21E, $9,000.Louise representative of estate of R.A. Colson and wife to 0G

five acres more or less, lying Raulerson Tommy Harold K. Norman to [Leon M. Rachel D. Starling, lots 4, 5. 6, -
NE,. of NWV4 of Stt of NWV4 Hilliard and wife, parcel in Norman, lots 23, 26, 27, 38, 39 7 all in block 19, Ward City of t'.Nxl a 10JIuorN
of NWV4 of NWV4 of NE(, NEV4 of SW!4 in SI, T6S, and E>/{ of Lot 24 in Wood- Brooker, $17,000.Charles .
lying west of SR-2251n Section R21E, $2,000.Virginia lawn, 54 H acres, 80000. K. Norman and wifeto / M 723A n / I Yh4i "
23, Township 7S. Range 21 Brice and husbandto Leon M. Norman to CharlesK. Michael Norman, east J J" nJ

East. Parcel two, 26 acres Clifton N. Prevatt and wife, Norman and wife lots 23, 1065 feet of NE V4 of NWV4, S25, r 700A 1,. ...
more or less in SEV4 of SWV4 S 66.67 feet of lots 3, 6 of block 26,27.38.39 and EU of lot 24 in T5S, R21E $22,000. 4 n tl'N7er w,i p I
lies west of Jacksonville. 14, also S 66.67 feet of lot 3 of Woodlawn, $75.200.Longchamp Marion B. Bowles to John A.: crN. n ,
Gainesville and Gulf Railroad half block 6 in town of Lawtey, Homes, Inc. to Penrod, lot 24, Unit 3 of Indian I'f .

Company Railroad right-ot- F. James Duncan and wife, lot Beach, $32,000. 17! R ,t v r ,,. 70oB Yl!
way in S29 T7S, R21E. plus $100.Keystone Developers of 4, block 2, Ptnebreeze $11,500. N I U( GYr, tl n n

personal property, $210,000. Bradford, Inc. to Joyner Con- F. James Duncan and wife I' A +. M

struction Co., lot 5, block 17 to Bryan W. Greene and wife, /N .. .,. IoMi
in comparison with lying in Keystone Club lot 4, block 2, Pinebreeze w,wur /ry l
months this Estates, 3500. $22,000. ,- ,,, -i d ,
previous year .. ., f
.. : 7 1
January sales were $890,351; Emory Middleton Prevatt Geneva Lake Estates, Inc. \ ; q l '.. 4 t F, ', wM
February $560,999; March and wife to James Walter to Thomas G. Page and wife a .,j!r NY. A Nr
$618,166, April $777,265, May Prevatt and wife, parcel 2 S'i parcel in NEV4 of NE'4 of S36, RpF io ,, 11 I 4 t 4 ,0 n .. I/ I

$674,500, June $288,800, and of SW'.i! of NEV4 of S12, 'ITS TSS, R22E, 46000. ti r y tN
July $1,236,833. R21E, 20 acres more of less, Howard R. Boree and wifeto t ,' 1r.S + .Cry I IP
$100. David L. Green and wife, ? "' '
Prices of transactions are parcel in S12, T9S, R22E x.1) + s: f 1 rira' 16, .
figured from documentary tax Ossie Wvnn and wife to 42500. .1. 1 'I i >a "'

stamps affixed to deeds filed Jimmie C.Mosley and wife,

in the office of the county parcel in NW'4 of NW!,4 of Sll, ,,.1 WIr,P T n I r w, 14 r '.,
clerk. T7S R21E. $100. .n N I
N f-N rY
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Walter Williams and Sons JSTARKE
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1 ?' n 1AIkN '
August sales were: Inc. to Jack Olen Anderson n n N ? iN ,. i/ M ,

DeWitt C. Jones to DeWittC. Jr. and wife, a portion of S35, .,......... 4JJ :. .,, : e Nev ,MA r
Jones Services, Inc., lots 1, TSS, R22E. 15000. d'I(1'rr
-I 2,3,4,5,6, and 8 in Block 37 Martin Tackle Inc. to DavidH. "' '
t. of J.M. Johns Addition Martin, a parcel in SWV4 of \. ,c \_N- e; ,.. r
102600. NE',4 of S13 TBS R22E, $100. r ( iJi Sunrpson f..Or Lr.y ,
t Pitt Newsom? and wife to Geneva Lake Estates, Inc. 2-,,.. rll IOpA YOGA. ,

H.B. Dodd and wife, N'.a' of Sib to Edwin E. Morgan and wife, ri.r em. i, v r N r r\..,:r N I
"' of 5'1of WH of SW4 S14, Lot 2, Geneva Oaks, $41,900. /
TBS, R21E1D0. Town and Country Homes of i .
Carl Tyson and wife to East Central Fla., Inc. to \ .
Clarence DeSue and wife, Richard L. Crane and wife. .N 'N '' ,' .,, n ter. (

SWV4 of SWV4, S18. T6S, R22E, Lot 10 and Wok of Lot 11, \ r h
Hardy's Addition $22,500. i ; ,1r Jot ,ro
$100.Clarence I In
DeSue and wife to Corine Colbert to Charles .. 1 0 FR MILa;

Norma Jean DeSue Cunningham Colbert. V4 acre in NEV4 of j a, ,. (
I _
2.30( acres in SIiof! SE'/4: of SWV4 of 532, T6S,
N'aof SWV of SW 44, S18, T6S, R22E. $100.Town to"pr IN 4J o 1J5 e '\_ n R / f "
R2 E JlbN rti "MMi' "NI ln ,
$100.Clarence ,
R i r1 r ,. i I
e rn J .
DeSue and wife to and Country Homes to I
Clarence DeSue, Jr., 3.38 Lamar E. Griffis and wife, Lot James D. Nichols and wifeto 4 v+n NR.NNN "'''I''''. "h A tn
acres in Sob of NV4 of SV4 of F. James L'lV':;: :\ ,;;-;::I ?' .Jlr lOr. n n n /..... n i .:: h n
1 and W Mi of Lot 2, block 2, Duncan and wife, ", / .. c:-.J.-'. .,,.,". 72! 7 J. '......_ U I
SW',4 S18 T6S R22E $100. lot 'Y 'v \ y T0n ..
Hardy's Addition, 22333. 6, Conerly Estates, $50,000. Q i lx
Clarence DeSue and wife to Bradford County Ralph J. Nettles and wife to ", I ,..-' N \I Lw.'L:! '.l-C .Y t r.,, .. ::. ; ; W,. .

James Alvin DeSue, 2.30 acres Development Authority to W.H. Brown and wife lot 29, tI I fMr -D .'_". U ..
in S'j of NV4 of S>4 of SW',4, City of Starke, portionof NE 60 30 Sampson Lake Shores in Lillie Morgan to Arlie .. .-. ..- ..... ."No"II
S18, T6S R22E, $100. of NEV4 of S23, T6S, R22E, S35, T6S. R21E, $28,000. Joseph Dobbs and wife, S'/4' of ." 00 '/.'.W::----. :: ,h,w
Larry Broadway and lying north of Alligator Canal, Town House Enterprises of NW'4 of SWV4 of SI, T5S, /I e I 1 ... ;e
Carolyn Broadway to Lindsey $100.Gerald Florida, Inc. to Longchamp R21E, 20 acres more or less, Virgil D. Jordan and wife to I ...'.... -it-' t r. rSunlu
Quick and wife, lot 70 feet by Griffis to Jerry J. Homes, Inc. lot 39 of Park- $40,000. Lossie W. Daugherty, one ....... -. 0

US feet in Dowlings Addition Hall and wife lot 9, block 2 wood, $1,500.Longchamp. L.M. Gaines to Rollin E. acre NWV4 of NWV4 of Sll, I Fv:: 1M .: ,.... .
town of Starke in NEV4 of Eastwood in SW!4 of NEb of Homes to Mundorff and wife, lot D of T7S, R21E, north of SR-225, I. .' ..- '' (..'jt... e -...
SE', S29, T6S, R22E, $10,000. 533, T6S, R22E, $24,000. B. Silcox and wife, lot 3, bloc block 36 in J.M. Johns ad $100. V. Wright to Irene L. L \ -- IOO rf 4 A.y ,.
Ewell Frank Craft and Grace M, Dobbs to Joseph 2, The Woods8,000, dition, $500.Gerald Henry Williams and wife to Faulkner and Susan. M. .' :. ," 'J.
Debbie E. Craft to Joseph Charles Picard and wife, a Jesse J. Wolbert and wife to Williams and wife John S. McWilliams and wife, Bakken, a parcel in NWV4 of -".. .. _Su'unI/. .' '
Harvey lot 49 on Pine Ave. in parcel in S26, T6S, R21E, Louis T. Young and wife, lot 3, to Dennis James Rhoden, lot SWV4 of lot 17, in S31, T5S NEV4 of S34, T6S, R22E, ..".t- '.

Crystal Lake Homesites, $9,500., block 2. The Woods, $8,000. 4, block B, Blanding subdivision R22E, $5,000. 3200. ... ..,. a.- .

2600. Robert L. Autry and wife to Donald. O. Hamilton and 19500. .,. Marta McMurtie to Robert '" ..... ..,.,.. "
e "
Carlton Scott Whiteheadand T.B. Rahn, lot 1, block 1 Green wife to Ronald E. Newmansand Betty Ann Ferrell to' .. Vernon E. Olin and Eloise King and wife, lot 6,7, block 19 a 't' N 11 N..1'

wife to Helen C. Cranfill, a Acres, $6,000.Charles John D. Odom, III, 60 Richard M. Fleck and wife, lot ;M. Olin to James Tarrant and of Livingston Truby Addition, I I'n-- ue I
parcel situated in SE!4 of L. Barnes and wife acres S',4 of SEV4 of NW 4 of 48, Oak Ave., Crystal Lake wife, parcel. in NV4 of SEV4 of S28, T6S, R22E, 15500. lean, {' rI
SEU of S28, T6S, R22E, to Sam Williams lot 1, 4 east NE'Xi of SW>/, in S10 T7S, Homesites, 2600. NEo of ,81, T6S, R21E, Kenneth E. Crawford and Wnm I'ol.uku l..v
$30.500. 19'j' feet of lot 2 and E 19 feet R21E, $54,000. L.M. Norman, Jr. to L.M. $10.200. wife to Gerald A. Greenly and n + ",
Tolbert McCoy and wife to of lot 3, all in block 13 of north William Lotysh and Mary Norman, Jr. and wife, east 80 Ida R. Phillips and Martin wife, EMi of SWV4 of NEV4 of e 4, 'r
Robert E King and wife, a Reno 511,600.LaVista Lotysh to John A. Stables and feet of lots 12,13, 14, of block L Mesh and Marilyn Roth- SEV4 except 1 acre, 534, TSS,
parcel lying in E'i! block 6, Inc. to Robert W wife, a parcel in S23, TSS, 19, Temples Addition, $100. man, part of block 4, Govern- R22E, $23,000. '-' I ., ;
S3W Temples subdivision 521, Ayers and wife, SEV4 of NWV4 R22E, $12,700. Gladys H. Christy to VirgilF. ment lot 1, of Lakeside, S22, L.M. Norman and wife, to ,;.:
T6S, R22E, 8000. of S27, T6S R22E, 58000. Lila Dyal to L.N. Wilson and Heiken and wife, lots 13,14, TBS R22E, $59,000. Kenneth E Crawford and SfJrtt Pi'
Edward Douglas and wife to W. Ros Covey, J. Brooks wife 4.37 acres in SEV4 of block 18, Livingston Truby Raymond J. Fayo and wifeto wife, lot 13, Harrison sub
Ricky E. Thompson and wife, Brown, Jack M. Courtney and NWV4 of S18, T7S R22E, and Co. addition, S28, T6S, Otto F. Siemer and wife, lot division of Hampton Beach \ LtlAflr / t r
2.5. acres in S9, T6S, R22E, Marilyn R Courtnay to GeneD. $10,000. R22E, $18,600.Loyd 16, !M.F. Wiggins subdivision, and mobile home, $26,500. \
$100.Thomas Adams and wife a parcelin Wilbur Neal and wife to J. Bryan and wife to $7,000. Lossie W. Daugherty to i
T. Hill and wife to lot 14, Keystone Oaks in Franz F.J. Tamm and wife, Douglas W. Bennett and wife, Jerry D. Haynes and wife to Virgil D. Jordan and wife, one 1
Arthur Hill and wife lot 21 NE'4 of SEV4 of 513, T8S, NH of lot 64 Keystone Heights parcel in E4 of SWV4 of NWV4 Joe Bob Johnson and wife lot acre in Nth of NWVi of Sll, --_.
Geneva Lake Estates, $3,000. R22E, $10,800. Cemetery, $200. of S10, T6S R22E, $11,000. 7, 8 Crosby Lake Inlet, $3,600. T7S R21E. $100. __ J.7. .

'Try One' Enlistment In Guard r ..- - LegalsDELL: _ I

Program Expires December 31 FOR BRADFORD COUNTY FOR BRADFORD COUNTY. LOUISE CUMMINGS 23rd day of November, 1977,
DELIA and file the original with the
FLORIDACIVIL Mssissippi CIVIL ACTION CASE NO. 77- TYSON LOIS HAGAN clerk of this Court either before
l enlist for one until ACTION
The One may year
"Try Program, ELIZABETH TYSON service on Plaintiffs'attorneys or
Dec. 31, in the grade in CASE NO. 77-441 463
I where former pay
military thereafter other
may enlist for one year which they were separated action for Divorce has Plaintiffs, wise a Default will be entered
an 'IN
RE The of
in the National under the "Try One"program IN RE: The Marriage of : Marriage
Guard will for the relief
been filed against you and you ANNAH. MESSER Petitioner, vs- against you
I : end Dec. 31, announced CW4 provided total they service have Husband Johnnie Thompson, are required to serve a copy of -vs- ROSETTA M. DELL JOHNNY demanded in the Complaint.WITNESS CLEANING
less ,
than 12
., A L. Crosby, Jr. personnel and are otherwise years qualified. and your written defenses, if any to EDWARD E. MESSER SR., TYSON JESSE TYSON, and my hand and the
I officer 631st Maintenance it, on the plaintiff's attorney the unknown spouses heirs, seal of this Court on this 19th
'j/ Company. They can re-enlist in the Annie Bell Thompson, Wife. Respondent. STEAM OR SHAMPOOFree
of October 19771
whose name and address is devisees grantees assignees, or day ,
Guard fill
Former military personnel grade.to any vacancy in NOTICE OF SUIT Hon. Mack Futch, P.O. 1086 NOTICE OF ACTION creditors of CHARLES DELL GILBERT S. BROWN
any Florida and his wife ANNIE DELL Clerk of the Circuit Court Estimates
f After Dec. 31 these indi Starke, and file the both
C r.Q Servicemen viduals cannot enlist unless a To: Johnnie Thompson original with the clerk of the TO: EDWARD E. MESSER deceased and any party By: Beulah M. Moody Deputy

vacancy exists for their rank. Address Unknown above styled court on or before SR., whose residence is claiming by through under or Clerk 964.8596 0/1""rf1,
Former service members who November 19. 1977: otherwise a unknown: against such unknowns; and 11/34tchg 11/24

; t. I la rper Participates wish to take advantage of this YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat judgement may, be entered TRUBY AND DAVIS, if alive
i". In Ocean Safari opportunity should act now, an action for Dissolution of against you for the relief demanded YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat and if dead the unknown
Navy Sea man Apprentice said Crosby. Marriage has been filed against in the' complaint or an action for dissolution of spouses heirs, devisees,

: Eugene L. Harper, son of The military received a pay you and you are required to petition.WITNESS marriage, has been filed againstyou grantees assignees or creditors LEGAL NOTICE
Dorothy M. Harper of 420 raise effective Oct. 1 and all serve a copy of your written defenses my hand and the in the Circuit Court of the of TRUBY AND DAVIS and any
Center St., Starke is participating members of the National if any to it on RICHARDE. seal of said Court on October 13,' >Eighth Judicial Circuit of the party claiming by, through,
t in the major allied Guard will be included. The WELTY, Attorney for PetItioner 1977. State of Florida, In and for Bradford under or against such
Exercise "Ocean Safari 77" in pay raise amounted to about a whose address Is 114 N. County, and you are re- unknowns. Notice is hereby given that the 1977
f the Eastern Atlantic Ocean. 7 percent increase, Crosby Walnut Street P.O. Box 995, Gilbert S. Brown quested to serve a copy of your Defendants.
t : Harper is serving as a Starke Florida 32091 1, and file As perk of said Court i written defenses, H any to it, on Tax Rolls are ROW open for collection as of
i i I crewmember aboard the said.Members of the local unit the original with the Clerk of the 'the Petitioner whose name and CASE NO.77-461
3 i+ guided missile destroyer USS are paid about $10,000 for above-styled Court on or before By: Beulah M. Moody 'address are: ANNA H. NOTICE ACTION November 1st in the offices of the Tax

';1j 1"?j MacDonough, homeported in training one week-end per Nov. 21, 1977, otherwise a As. Deputy Clerk MESSER; 1122 South 15 St.,
Charleston S.C. month. Judgment may be entered ", Palatka Fl. 32077 TO: The unknown spouses, Collector, in the Bradford County
lie is one of more than 7,000 Another change coming up, (against you) for the relief de- 10/20 4tchg ,11/10 heirs, devisees, grantees,
men taking part in the 13-day said SSG Wayne Hersey, is the manded in the Petition. ''and' file the original with the assignees or creditors of Courthouse, Starke, Florida. Telephone:
exercise, which includes 60 enlistment period for females. WITNESS my hand and seal I Clerk of the above-< shipsand250aircraftiromlheUnttedStates Females may enlist for three of said( Court on the 11th day of NOTICE or before 11/28,1977. Otherwise ANNIE DELL both deceased, 964.6280.Office Hours: 8:30: to 5:00:
and seven North years until Jan. 31, 1978. After October, 1977. James W. Quiette has made a Judgment may be entered and any party claiming by
; Atlantic Treaty Organization February females must enlist application to the Bradford against you for the relief through under or against such Monday thru Friday except legal holidays

NATO) nations. "Ocean for six years, said Mersey. Gilbert S. Brown County Zoning Board for demanded in the complaint, or unknowns; andTRUBY AND
Safari 77" is designed to test Non-prior service people AS CLERK OF SAID COURT reclassification of the I property petition. DAVIS, if alive and if dead the If taxes paid iu :

NATO's ability to reinforce who enlist after August 8 who described below from R1C to EA WITNESS my hand ,and the unknown spouses, heirs,
Western Europe by sea and have completed two years of By: Beulah M. Moody, nineteen acres(119)) located 11/4/ 'seal of said Court on October 26 devisees, grantees, assignees or
I ( will focus on the cooperation college may enlist the gradeof Deputy Clerk miles East of Hwy :301 off Laura 1977. 1 creditors of TRUBY AND
b NATO forces in The GILBERT S. BROWN.As DAVIS, and any party) claiming NOVEMBER 4% Discount
among E3. applicant who 10/20 4 tchg 1110IN Church Road.kt Section 19,
gaining and maintaining successfully completed threeor 8 Clerk of the Court"Byr : by. through under or against
Township South Range 22 '
: control of the !Eastern such unknowns; and all parties DECEMBER 3%
y four years of college East to use for normal farming McBee Discount
having or claiming to have any
Atlantic. be enlisted Marian '
in ,.
program may operation./ ... .
I April Harper 1976.joined the [Navy in grade of E-3 E-4 with accelerationto EIGHTH THE JUDICIAL CIRCUIT CIRCUIT COURT OF This chang/ in Classification It As Deputy, Clerk/. :. following right title described or interest land In to-wtt the: JANUARY 2% Discount
grade completionof
upon subject to a public hearing to be
six months time in service FLORIDA 11/3 4tpd 11/24 J FEBRUARY 1 % Discount
held on Tuesdays November 29
IN AND FOR BRADFORD The Southwest Quarter of the
from entry date of inactive 1977 at 7:30:: ,rrv.'h the '
: Nichols Assigned COUNTY p County Southeast Quarter of Section MARCH
\ Squad Leader duty training, Hersey said. Commission Room In the Bradford IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF 13Towr hlp6South, Range No Discount
High school seniors may CIVIL ACTION County Courthouse. At this FLORIDA EIGHTH JUDICIAL
East Bradford
Kitzingen, Germany County, Fkxida. APRIL
enlist and be paid $50
Sergeant Henry[ L. Nichols per time all persons j interested haH CIRCUIT IN AND FOR PenaltyJ.
." whose mother wife, Jame week-end while completing JOE BROWN Plaintiff be heard'( fOf* r 'against the BRADFORD COUNTY CML YOU AND EACH OF YOU
last six months of
their high proposal.: asl I specified In ED than action to
lives on Route 2, Starke \/8ROXIE the ACTION ARE NOTIFI an
school work. The unit has
a BROWN Defendant Zoning ,Code; of Bradford quiet the title to the above
recently was assigned as a '
squad leader with the 3rd few vacancies in mechanics, CASE No. 77147NOTICEOF County.f \ r.-r, ROOSEVELT CELt:. SR., described {lands has been filed R. Kelly'
'. Infantry Division in KitI radio repair personnel j LEROY DELL,JR., CAIN DELL against you and you ire required
zingers, Germany.SgL fields, said Crosby SUIT- A.R. Ktef i Chairman i ABEL OELL, -3TEVt::'DeSUE to serve a copy of your written Tax Collector
I Nichols entered the All interested in the National Bradford .Cbunty Zoning Board !JUWS DeSU,' LEO DeSUE defense, if any to it.on Philip A.. '
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Tornadoes Squeeze 9-7 By Baker For 5th Win .i; ., ::''fj

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unassisted defense tackler with and five One of the high points of the goal with less than a minute Robert Hollings added the \..,
Interception an game for Baker was the left in the half. The kick was extra point,and with 3:21: to go .
a game much more one early Wildcat's first drive to stop the punting of Mike Walstedt, who good,and turned up to providethe Baker had a chance. ''l 1
sided than the score indicates, David Carter also Safety backed the Tornadoes up to difference in the game. The Tornadoes got the ball, .
the Bradford High Tornadoes pass for the Tornadoes picked off a the 19 yard line with a 39 yard The Wildcats came out In needing a short drive to kill
defeated Baker County 9-7 in everyone on the as boot.It the second half and quicklygot the clock-and that's what
front of an overflow contributed defense was there that the BHS a first down, hoping to they got. Jeff Norman ran a ,
homecoming crowd. stonewalling of Baker the touchdown drive began, as the make a game out of it. But 15 yard keeper for a first j
The Tornadoes rolled up 279 On offense. County. speedy Tyson ran for 41 of the Tornado tackle Fred Wood down, but the big play came
total yards and the defense ground ,attack a vicious Tornado Irive's 81 yards in six plays.lis dropped Jones for a 10 yard on third and three at the
held Baker to only 112 yards 240 yards rolled up 18 yard run on a pitch-out loss, and Walstedt had to puntit Tornado 45. rJ1M
and five first downs. The win would have rushing.been The score .iround the left side from the away.A Esau Bright ran up the
raised the BHS record to 53.: but the Tornadoes a lot higher, !liO yard line gave the Tor- 15 yard return by Avery middle and fumbled, and
It dropped the Wildcats, still started deep in continually their nadoes a first down at the Shell gave the Tornadoes good when the bodies were uncovered / et- k
search of own I Maker 32.After field but second
in their first win territory, and also had position, on the Tornadoes
over Bradford High .in 28 fumbles in the second half three all Tyson set up the down Reddish fumbled. It retained possession, much to
to Jaker defense with an eight didn't matter because the
years, 62.
in Wildcat the vociferous dismay of (the
territory yard run, quarterback Jeff defense stopped Baker in large conLIn"",... ui iJiis: irom
Baker could never really get Individually, both Tornado Norman made a beautiful three plays, and another good Macclenny. The play was j
a drive going, their only starting running backs had fake handoff, and took off punt return by Shell put things good for a first down, only by
touchdown coming after a good games, Marvin Tyson around the left side for a 24 back where they started from. inches and the Tornadoesthen .'
blocked punt that gave them with 114 yards, and Doug yard touchdown run. Dale On first down, Tyson came ran out the clock
the ball on the Tornado five Reddish with 65. Reddish also Rogers tried to run for the up with a big play- 31 yard then ran out the clock for the
yard line, Carl West's TD had two key option passes to conversion after a fumbled run off right tackle into win.
with 3:21: left in the game Allen Norman that set up the snap, but was stopped? short. Wildcat territory But he
came on the next play, but field goal which provided the With 7:50: left In the half, the fumbled on the tackle, Baker SCORING
BHS then ran out the clock. margin of victory. Tornadoes led 6-0. recovering.

West ran for over half of The After holding the Wildcats, There were two more tur- ..Mr 0007-1
Baker's offense, gaining 65 first half was the Tornadoes got the ball Bradford 0 f 0 0. t
before the third
dominated novers
by the Tornadoes, back at their 42 and
yards, well below his own
average as they got all nine points in quarter ended, an interceptionby Bradford: Jilt Norman 14 Yd. Run ?
started to drive again.On .
that brought him into the Hun Falltdl.
Carter and another Tor-
game with more than l.OOC the second quarter,and ran up a big third down play, Bradford, Cruc., 17 Yd. Flildeoal.,
153 yards to only 39 for the Doug Reddish hit Allen nado fumble. Bakari war, 1 Yd. Hun rushing for the "
yards season
Wildcats. Neither team did much in Kick .
Norman on a halfback --
Lawrence Patrick led option
the the fourth until the
In the first quarter, the pass, giving the Tornadoes a quarter, SARIS btu
All of the Tornado points teams exchanged Interceptions first down at the Baker County Wildcats blocked Carter'spunt

on came a 24 in yard the touchdown second quarter run by, plays, Baker on getting consecutive the 35.Two The plays play later covered Reddish 20 yards was recovered late in at the the eight game yard and First Hultlat-Yardll Dow. .. J4-7 t 90-140 13 way Baker's through Carl a VVe8VSLe.!Reddish!? line. A moved the Yards pa lngi' u jf tackle at the three on his way to Marrl rTnv-a lone touchdown late
Jeffrey Norman and a 37 yard second one But Baker at it again, Norman again the penalty P..C.m.-lnt': l-I-l 1-1-1 in the fourth period.The Tornadoes had to stop West, and held the I
football the three from talented Wildcat scatback
to ,
field couldn't move, as middle Saturn Vardit 41 2tPu.t. to 65
by Marcus
goal far
Cruce. receiver on the option for yards, under his
couldn't in !guard Kenneth Cruger nailed pass where West took a pitch and: .., 7-3J.1 414.0Fumola Hank season average West has rushed for over 1,000 yards for Baker High. (Photo
They score a 19 yards and a first down at by Kyle)
the -Lostl! 1-0 4-1
fumble-played second half, Wildcat quarterback Mike the Wildcat 13 yard line. tight-toped the sideline tor Ptnaltlitt ..01 7."
but dominated play and held Jones for a seven yard loss, The Baker defense stiffened only Wildcat touchdown. n 1 -I---_ _i'--- I
on for the victory and David Carter broke up a and Marcus Cruce -

third down pass play came on to try a 37 yard field E GLE

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Tornado gridders face their Jackets 3-5 for this season. fullback Jimmy Brazel, and
most critical test of the 1977 SA has beaten Clay High, throwing of Britton give St. -
season at 8 p.m. tomorrow Fernandina and Bolfes this Augustine a balanced attack.
(Friday, November 11)) in St. season. The Yellow Jackets Brazel is a tough, hard runnerin
Augustine when they take on a have lost to Jacksonville his own right, and plays Start the season with savings this Thurs. Fri. & Sat.!
scrappy Yellow Jacket eleven Englewood, Baker High 34- both ways. He is the strong ,
with a berth in the state post- 28, Jacksonville Bishop Kenny linebacker on defense. -
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season playoffs hanging in the 28-9, Gainesville Buchholz "If we can contain Bailey, I tleI"\ :::.....
balance.A 14-7,and last week lost 14-12 believe we can win the ball -". .
win over St. Augustine to Spruce Creek. game", says Coach Hurse. SA VE 1.00
High will seal a fourth straight Coach Hurse, however, is "It's going to be a tough Qi I ":>___ 17: DOUBLE KNIT
district title for BUS. The taking the upcoming game game." \ POLYESTERrro
Tornadoes have already won anything but lightly. Hurse Bailey is well respected by ,,. @ SLACKS FOR
two district games, going 28- regards the St. Augustine BHS after he hurt BHS last ".
6 by Clay High and 12-7 by game vastly more importantthan season when SA came to I os"S t" 0 MENVALUESBAP
Palatka. A win Friday will the win over Macclenny Starke and won 13-6 in a tA .. ""NH OF $18-$18
give BUS a perfect 3-0 because a berth in the post- battle of unbeatens. Bailey l DUNLOP I aEPI. pNOT SPV ,

district record, while it would season is involved."St. hurt BHS most last year with 108 color ,. G,, :E CPN I 6 88
leave all three district foes Augustine has shown a his pass receiving. "He's a :=::. -;fto'-- : film .
with a loss administered by great ..deal of improvementsince fine pass receiver, a fine IaNA2MiAIr4A1 :: 4.61 VALUE PLUS'1
the Torna oes. v heir game with Mac. runner, blocks well, and ;! ? ... PRO TENNIS SNEAKER&. T ... draaa clacks can't
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SA beats both BIIS and Quarterback Anthony is a has been Bailey to the left side i
Palatka the Jackets would be sprint out passer who throws the guard, tackle, and end and Ifis
undefeated in district competition with accuracy and has abilityto outside from the slot-I. SA
and would win the hurt opponents through the uses Bailey on the same series !l" .
playoff berth. air. An added threat is slot with the slot man in the back- 4 SIIIts.N,....r
The Yellow Jackets of back Paul Griner, a good field for more blocking power. I. '. SAVE 1.'C
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season are a young, small, but throwing to Bailey coming out guard and tackle dives from 6110.tiE.....1 1 MEN'S WORK SHOES
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they Carter
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Page 14

1 ..kptM BHS Beat. Macclennv In The Trenches r


The 28th football contest winner Coach Hurse says.,;. Defense Tremendous .mings did a real' good job of third down and short yardage good job, but still Just not
between Baker High of Norman also scored the only Coach Mike Sexton listed his stringing out the Baker quarterback tor each time the T. :ado quite. as consistent with the
Macclenny and Bradford High Tornado TD with a 24yardrun entire front seven the five and helped containthe dc.ense refused to gin pass coverage and run sup--
;.,er" was won on the line of scrimmage off a fake to the tackle down linemen and two linebackers Wildcat speed on getting "I've just been tickled ,U> port as we need to be to do
says veteran Head Running back Marvin Tyson as the best defensive outside the pitchout, Sexton death with our short yardage ourselves an excellent job,"
Coach David Hurse of the Tor- led the rushing attack with l1l4 linemen of the week says.Sophomore. situation" the defensive says Coach Denny Hansen.
nadoes. yards in another good week of "I felt like we had a tremen- Danny Hilde- coach says stressing that "We need to become a little
'Our defensive line just running the football. Fullback dous effort from everybody up bran, starting and going all being tough on the big plays more consistent."
dominated their defense. We Doug Reddish had 66 yards of front" Sexton says of the the way in his second game is has been a large part of the ,
did a real fine job of getting offense picking up some Baker game. showing steady improvementat success this Bradford defense Deep halfback Donald Red-
after them" says Coach tough yardage for the Tornadoes -' "We had a complete ball defensive end.Linebackers has enjoyed. dish I was named the best
Hurse after viewing films of when they needed it to game. You just couldn't have Lawrence Pat- defensive back of the week.
: the game. keep control of the football. asked for any better executionat rick and Isaiah Jenkins did a Safety Carter intercepted a
"Our defense was quicker all." good job reading and reacting Goals Just Missed pass, the third straight week
than the Baker offense" Guards Outstanding Middle guard Kenneth Cru to plays coming at them and The Tornado secondary just he's had an interception. Linebacker
Coach Hurse also stated. This "We took"it to them. We ger who led the team with 7 going away and had good missed two goals in the team's Lawrence Patrick also
Bradford defense is the quickest played well says Coach Bob tackles and 3 assists con- pursuit on outside runs, says 8th outing of the season: 1)) Intercepted a Baker pass..
since 1974. Every player Hancock of. his Big Red offen- trolled the middle along with Coach Sexton.It holding the offense to less than
except big Marty Russell runs sive line. the two defensive tackles big was the fifth time this 20 percent pass completionsand
the 40 yard dash in less than Bradford guards were out- Marty Russell and newcomer season the Big Red defense allowing a pass no longer
YY 4.9 seconds, Hurse explains. standing."The Coach Hancock Fred Woods. has held an opponent to less than 20 yards to be completed.
Every player on the 1974 guards did a real "Those three were responsible than 100 yards rushing.; Baker completed 25 percent of 3J
defense was faster than 4.9. good job with the defense for taking away Baker's "We just wouldn't let them.. its passes going 3-for-12, and
played especially' bread and butter plays to the convert the short yardage had one pass play which
Norman Effective Isaac Cummings. Cummings' inside" Coach Sexton "
says situations says Coach Sex- covered 21 yards.
Another factor in the Brad- outstanding effort Defensive end Roland CumTornado- ton. Three times Baker had "We're still doing a pretty Starke 964-5451
ford eleven's ability to control drew him the best offensive
the football was quarterback lineman of the week award.
Jeffery Norman who playedthe Roland Cummings and Ken- Fri Sat Sun
Tornado( defensive end Roland Cummings puts a shoulder in best game of the season. neth Cruger, the pair from the Hunters Beware Of-
to bring dawn Baker's Carl West an elusive and hard runner. The junior signal caller defense who alternate at '1EWS
I Cummings was praised by Coach :Mike Sexton for stringing out graded out 72 percent in strong offensive guard, also 1lllEf )
Baker's triple option threat and cutting off the outside game reading correctly on the triple turned in excellent perfor-
The Tornado defense held Baker to 79 yards rushing. (Photo by option offense. Sixty-five per- mances offensively Hancock 'Dud' Area THE BAD NEWS BEARS
Hank Kyle) cent would ordinarily be a said. Blanding ARE ONE YEAR OLDER
Center Marcus Cruce had a
good ball game on the offen- AlE ONE YEAR WILDER

Regionals;i Set For Saturday sive line, as well as scoring Saturday, November 12, include Precinct Varnes Lake increase in this years harvest
the winning points with his 37 and Ridge Roads. Hunters last ]
marks the first day of open are over year. HEW
yard field goal his fifth of the hunting season in the Camp asked to keep traffic movingon During the 1976 season, 163 ll
season. Blanding Wildlife Manage these roads and to refrain deer and 35 turkeys were
Tornado Girl Runners Tackles Bobby Smith and ment Area and hunters are from parking In these areas recorded harvested from the
Kevin Neel also turned in good urged to use extreme cautionin "These unexploded shells Blanding preserve. THE BAD NEWS
performances in anchoring observing the marked off can blow you away," said Don The staggered hunting
the offensive line says Coach portion, 4,000 acres located in Morgan a member of the season will run from
Take 2nd In DistrictThe Hancock. the southern tip of the Keystone Heights Sport- November 12 through
"I thought the first half we preserve to, "no Hunting or sman's Club, further urging December 4 with the second In
did what we had to do, went entering" due to live ammunition hunters to observe the posted session opening December 19
Tornado girls cross Before the race Howard expected "If we run a good race, and out "and controlled the football left by summer National area. and running through January BREAKINGTRAINING
country team ran an impressive a battle from Gaines our people stay healthy we Hancock says. "I told Guard training; Longevity of these shells are 8. Hunting season will be
second in last ville Buchholz. The Bobcats should have a chance to finishin the players before the gamewe from one year up to 100 years closed from December 5
Saturday's district meet to came within six points of the top four," Howard said. had to keep the football According to Lt. Laurence Morgan stated. "It will be fiveto through Dec. 18. The area
earn a trip to the regional taking second with a score of The regional meet is run at and we did that the first half. Rossignol. education and 10 years before they'll have south of SR-225 and north of ICO.Or Aswroun........
meet this weekend in Tallahassee 65. Howard said she expects the Jake Gaither Golf Courseat "In the second half we made information officer of the perfected a device to detect SR-16 will be closed to all
P K. Yonge, Buchholz, and Florida A&M University. mistakes(: we gave them the Florida Fresh Water Fish and and locate these "duds" hunting after November 20.'
The Tornadoes fell short of Tallahassee Leon to be the Howard said the course will football. the coach said Game Commission this area safely" he said. Turkeys of either sex may
P.K. Yonge who took first witha teams to beat in the regionalmeet. probably be hilly instead of meaning the Tornadoes will be posted by signs and Morgan also predicts, that be taken only from November 301 f.nL.t) .
score of 34. BHS took second the flat course used for the should have scored more patroled by wildlife officers. with the increase in military 14 through 20 and January 2nd
with a score of 59. The District course in district. points. activity in the Blanding area, through the 8th. 3Sot. .
"We ran a good race but I'alataka was 50 yards too The triangular shaped that eventually the area will Wild hogs, with a shoulder
P K. Yonge ran a super race long so Howard said she expects Badcocks Ai tid Kitchens portion of land as pinpointedon be closed to recreational height of 15 inches or more are
the best I've seen them run all the time in the regionalmeet the map is termed very activities. termed legal game, but may Fri Sat
year" Coach Melba! Howard to be up to 20 seconds dangerous due to "duds"buried "With the increase in not be taken south of SR-16
said. slower beneath the ground.In population, either the Army or after November 20. "A Star Is Born"
Cindy Griffith ran an 11.'JO: "We're in a tough region. In Get Scare In i Men's Flagboth the past, this same area the recreation will have to Under the Quota permit
t and finished third overall\ in the Deland Invitational the top was used for a military firing go," he added."I hunt, 1,000 hunters at a time AndCHARLES
\ the race and took second in the five girls came from this The Merchants and LWCI teams exchanged TD's range with the unexploded don't think it is fair for will be allowed in Blanding
girls running with a team region, and Tallahassee Leon have each only won two and PAT's. Bennett hit Danny ordnances left on top of the the Army to come in and during the two scheduled BRONSON"THE
(team place). Laura Chaseran has a good chance for the games and are tied for fourth Thigpin with a 20-yard TD ground for easy detection and render this land useless" he hunts,
a 12:00:( and finished sixth State title," Howard said. this season in the men's flag pass for the Country Boys and demolition.This added. Lt. Rossignal hopes all the WHITE
overall and took third in team Howard said the team has league sponsored by the ran for the PAT while Lt. Rossignal described the will adhere to the
placing. set both individual and team Starke Recreation Depart Chandler threw a 14 yard past summer a changein Blanding terrain as very hunting sportsmen regulations and observe to BUFFALO"-:
Linda Richardson ran a goals for the Regional meet. ment but last Sunday put a strike to Jim Aldridge and ran training procedures by the conduseve habitat for a all the rules.
tough race, taking a I3th team Cindy Griffith has set a goalto scare into co-leaders Badcockand for the PAT.Bennett National Guard and the use of variety of wildlife and with safety
"If not its Sun Mon
place with a time of 12:06.: stay with P K. Yonge's top Kitchens Tile. scored on an 8-yard rocket grenades being shot this aspect and the enforced buck you're then don't sure he a -
Judy Hankerson, Virginia runner, Laura Miey. Howard Kitchens just squeaked 2S-21 run and threw to Mike from helicopters has created hunt control now in effect. advised, shoot that NEW]
Crau ford and Robin Schweda said. Shey. a freshman, is one by the Merchants while Branson for the PAT to put the this dangerous situation. Blanding provides one of the discover, adding it fellow you ALL
finished the two mile race in, of the top runners in the area. Badcock was forced into over- Country Boys back in the lead. Although this area will be best hunting grounds in the might hunter after its too late.-a SHE SERVED HER COUNTDK.
20th( 21st and 22nd team place., She? took first at the Pelatka" time to beat LWCI 1514. Chris Chandler hit Hampton off limit to hunters the roads state. Other THE WAY SltIIUtI'fl HOWl l li ln
Hankerson ran a 13:58: while Invitational and ran second at Third place Draw Tite also with a second TD pass to help running through the area have Lt. Rossignal based on the in privately this immediate orleased ONLY ,.f!
Crawford ran a 13:59: and Sch- the Deland and Florida In- got a surprise Sunday but Draw Tite regain the lead but been cleared of explosives and turkey flock and the deer areas area
woda ran a 14 flat. vital ionals. theirs didn't come with a Bennett hit Joey Branson witha will be open for travel. These herd, predicts a 10 percent can also the expect first a few good turnout of JOEY...-NMTMtHTOM.............
:Nancy': McISeal! finished out The team goals is to finish in happy ending as the last place short TD pass late in the during days
the seventh place on the the top four and earn a trip to hunting season.
Country Boys upset Draw Tite second half to put the game on
named four
Tornado roster, taking a 26th the state meet for the second 2722. ice for the Country Boys. Spikers Morgan area
team place with a ...'12. year in a row. sportsmens clubs who have f"
been participating in pre i THC
Kitchens Merchants 21 Badcock 15-LWCI. season planting programs and t
Gator 'Machine'Runs / Stopped By ClayIf expect heavy activity in these HHOAOKEKERGOES
Both teams had a shoot out Badcock managed to score areas from club members the TO
I in the first half but Kitchens one point on penetration in Two Buck Club, headed by
managed to score the only TD overtime to take a 15-14 win president Buddy Bishop of WASHINGTONGfOKI
Up 2 WilSThe of the second half to take a 25- over LWCI. you have to lose it's not season with a record of 58. Starke who have 3,000 acres 1
21 win. Badcock got the only score quite so bad when you lose to a Harvey had to start the season running west of the Keystone
Jackson Prevatt threw for of the first half on a John good team and the Bradford virtually from scratch, with Airport to Griffis Loop on the .:s.
Gators operated like a Griffis connected with three first half TD's to give Watson to Steve Walker pass. girls volleyball team lost their Hudson and Murphy the only east side of SR-100; the Four .
scoring machine Tuesday as Eddie Thompkins on a 25 yard the Merchants an early lead. Watson threw to Bill Ratliff district game to one of the players with any varsity or JV Point Club, headed by BobbyJo
they chalked up 32-20 win over pass to up the score to 186. Prevatt hit Erie Biggs with a for the PAT 'and the score best Clay High of Green :Cove.: experience.Next Hall in the Hampton area; .-
the'Tigersand took a 34-18 win Andrew Patterson ran for the 5-yard TD pass and also threw stood at 7-0. BHS lost last Friday 15.7,15- the Keystone Sportsman'sClub ..,.o...-..--MMMWrOMAnd-.._-...-
over the Bulldogs to increase PAT to make the score 206. scoring strikes to William LWCI moved ahead in the 4 to the Blue Devils who wenton season Harvey should headed by "Puff" .
their lead in the Boys Flag Stephen Spell hit Jeff Taylor Muse and Dean Brown. second half when Watson to top Palatka for the district have a little easier job, with Poffenbarger who has
Football League sponsored by with a 10 yard scoring pass The Merchants also pickedup fumbled in the endzone for a title and beat Santa Fe three starters scheduled to property leased in the
the Starke Recreation and Spell ran for a second TD an extra point for each TD. safety and Robert Scott for the regional crown.In return plus a JV team to draw keystone Airport; and the
Department.The to provide the Bulldogs second Biggs caught two, one from passed to Larry Lee for a TD the opening game Janice from Santa Fe Sportsman's Club,
twowins cinch the boys half scoring. Prevatt and one from Tom making the score 87. Jockel served five of BUS'S "I was disappointed wedidn't headed by Morgan which has .
league title for the Gators. Scott Allen scored on a 27 Paladino and Prevatt threw to seven points and Emma come up to what I expected property located in the Santa
yard interception and a 25 Muse for a third PAT. Watson hit Walker with a 30 Murphy and Betty Jean but I'm looking" for- Fe Swamp area, running -
yard run for the Gators. Jay yard for a TD and then Hudson served one point each. ward to next year Harvey down the east side of Santa Fe ..
(i.\TOKS) '3i TIGERS 20 Rogers ran for the PAT to The passing and running of went pass back to Walker for the In the second game, Terri said. lake. _""' _...,.o""".'.rWil
round out the Gator scoring. Charlie Green and the pass receiving PAT to make the score 14-8. Parrish served three pointsfor
SteveGriffis threw three TD BITS and Janice Jockel
of Emmett
Bright was LWCI tied the game when
passes! ran for a TD and returned srilEDl'LK:: Today !Nov. the difference for Kitchens. Scott hit John Davis with a 15 served one.Coach .
an interception for a 10, the Tigers meet the Green hit Bright with passesof yard pass for a TD. The TD Inez Harvey said her
score as he led the Gators 32- Bulldogs 3:30: and also meet 60, 10 and 5 yards for touch- was only a short reprieve team looked sluggish andwasn't
JO past the Tigers. the Gators at 430.: downs, Bright also caught a though as Badcock pulled the alert in the game,
Tuesday, Nov. 15, marks the PAT pass from Green. Green game out in overtime. possibly because of. all the
Cnffis hit Scott Allen with
last regular season games for had a 3o-yard run for Kitchens activity surrounding
j TI) passes of 4 and 28 yards boy's flag football with the other TD. homecoming.
lOci threw a 23-yard: strike to Bulldogs meeting the Gatorsat 30 seconds from
Eddie Thiirnpkins to get the 3:30: and at 4:30: the STANDINGS: Badcocks and "Green Cove played headsup -
Uatnrs rolling in the first half. Kitchens remain tied for the ball, they pass and set and
Bulldogs meet the Tigers. C. 27 D.Tile 22
Ci riff is hit Bobby Epps and Boys men's flag lead with recordsof have the game down well"
Allen with passes for extra 81. Draw Tite is third witha Harvey said.
points to run 20 points on the The Country Boys scored 5-4 record. The Merchants The Blue Devils also starteda
hoard at half time. How To AvoidWrongWay two second half TD's and to slip Country Boys and LWCI are big line-up, with an average
past Draw Tite 27.22 pick all tied for fourth with 2-7 height of 5'7", the Blue Devils GeraldBrownneed
Chuck Johnson scored the up their second win of the records. punched plenty of spikes at
only. TI for the Tigers in the season. the Tornadoes.The .
first half on a 10 yard run. The Joey Bennett got the loss ended the Tornado
score was set up by a 30 yard Driver Country Boys on the board SCHEDULE) Sunday
punt return by Curtis Griffin markes the final week of
early in the first half when he MOVE ,etoN64 j
The Gators pushed the lead Accidents caused by drivingon ran 14 yards for a TD makingthe regularly scheduled games in r-
to 2HB when Griffis ran 20 the wrong\ side of a divided score 60. the Men's Flag Football You're look- vrjO gjir: get tohinrr.be-: : : '
yards with an interception for highway happen all too Kenny Hampton scored on a League. At 12:45: LWCI takes C
u score. frequently says the Florida 13-yard run and Chris on the Merchants and at 2:15: o ing at your new nf HPMK fore you need
Highway Patrol. Chandler ran for the PAT to Badcock meets Draw Tite. At' *
Chuck Johnson Cotton States
ran 10 yardsfor H him. So
RP he and
a TD and hit Eddie McGee "Careless drivers who mistakenly give Draw Tite an 8-6 lead. 3:30: Kitchens meets the The first police force in -

with a 5 yard scoring pass to enter a use divided the highway exit ramp and to Before the end of the half Country Boys. New America Amsterdam was formed in 1658.in Insurance L BBv( ? Cotton States
cut the Gators lead. The first '
travel in the wrong\ direction agent. And he's f make
I .
TD set iJU
was up on a 28 yard E y. can .s.ue"[
pass from Johnson to can usually" count on being ready to start jEv': *$//I' you're 1
Raymond Trainor. Johnsonran killed. said Colonel Eldridge ( : :4.c : 1 protec-

for the PAT to bring the Beach, FHP director. = helping protect MJMJ&" i ted with life in-':.. .,
'c 100" DOOM'S SALES : .
score to 2S-20. T.V. & 10000 fi- ,
Other drivers can do a few ; s :. J ;4, '>, \ '
R and if health' ?
Cnffis the :
put game on ice things to protect themselves you your 'm surance, !

yards for the for Gulors a score when to make he ran the 42 while wrong-way meeting drivers one such of these as: < SERVICE family: Ib J HiEi""l insurance, auto??. '4

I final 32-20; 132 Lawrence Blvd. You may ?'K 7A. and business :
alert by looking far
r l'I.LDOiSIS-G.\TOHSU) ahead.Do-Stay I' 473-2733 Keystone Heights Fla. 473-2733 need him tomorrow. You insurance., > '. !

Scott Allen scored three land when not unable drive on to see the ahead inside I i; may need him next year. All you have to do is I|

second'touchdowns game1 in to'Tuesday's lead the due-If to equipped hills .and with overpasses.a Citizens'' /( GIFT CERTIFICATE y But the whole idea is to call. He'll do the rest. \

Gators>> ;34-J8 over the Band radio, alert other ( Cotton States Insmraace .J
Bulldogs.. drivers in your area as well as ; ?

20 Allen's yard first pass score from came Steve on a notify gency'channel.police on the emer-' .' Redeemable On Any Console Color T.V. Or'' Stereo ANew Gerald E. Brown Insurance

r Griffis for a TD which\ gave. -Blow your horn and flash (
the Gators a 6-0 lead. headlights if you see another ; Or Used' ,
Tin Bulldogs came back tot I vehicle on the wrong side of ( 964-6262 2,13E. Call .St,
: tie the' score on an 11 yard runby. I the" road. ;, E? MOO" M.r 000; it, ,m *100? ;
: Duanr' Searle .but Steve Reduce your speed and i\ :
f Griffis got the lead back for I I prepare to take evasive ; Starke, Fla. .. 't. .1., ,. ,
4 the Gatort ona 30 yard TD run-i action, keeping in mind the I,
Just before halftime. car behind you. .

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Natural Gas

Supply4dequate! ____ x< _

f For Winter F


Worried about supplies of ; i.l

natural gas In view of another ; kLWLJATNl205N.TEMPLE
'1 I .
predicted cold winter In Flo-. > .
rida? That's one worry you 1 -. -- _iI--- \ "' :'

can news forget i release according from Florida to a PERSONAL SERVICE FOR RENT HOMES FOR SALE AUTOMOBILES IJSED.FOR' SALE FOR SALE I !IJt

Gas Company I
stating that
an TINY FURNISHED FURNISHED 'or. unfnrnlshsd. -, 1-TON FORD TRUCK.Flatbed .
of HEATER 830. Phone
adequate this supply gas Is CLEANING AND REPAIR HOUSE Chnrmlag.6165Menth. 3 BRr reasonable steel body, good tires,! ,'PEfANS.U.PICK.Up.5oceflts lb. 964-6653. Itpd 11/10 A beautiful builder* horn 3 BR 2Va Baths, LR, i 4; "

expected winter even if Winter la coming. Its time to: .NO ..t.. Phone. down payment end wilt Inspected rum good, 91500. alter 3:30 Phono964-7220 11/10 DR, office family room. double garage pool. !!:-,.

weather conditions reach the have your beaters sad K4-75Z1. Itchg, 10/27 carry mortgage. 1013 Butler. Phone 964-7423.Itchg 11/7 pjn. 2tchg 20 CHI.A.outside city ideal I country home 845,000. .
GMC ft. Stepvan
extremes experienced last farnacaa cleaned Road. 11/3 2tchg 11/10 Camper- Why not have more of the good life? ;n .
season. and 3 BEDROOM. Mobile Home; ........-- Sleep 4, refrigerator stove, ; :
"During last checked. Call Jr. Reame. with central heat on DOU B E7WiDEM; 1973 SATELLITE'' YARD SALE-Sat & Sun 9 furnace. toilet recent Inspection. ,
winter'ssevere' today. 782-3328: or 964.8962. SEBRING Plue. At ll.OOO. .. Located on Mimosa Drive In a lovely neighborhood ,
cold Klngaley Lake. Phone 533. Home 24x65. 3 BR 2 bath AC PS. to 4. weather permitting. 3 Phase 96.
and weather, home- 7tpd 11/24 2366. 11/3 tf/chg family room carpet '''. PR new tires S130O. Phone families, children clothing 8483. Itpd 11/10 Is an attractive brick residence with 2130 sq. feet of :. i'
owners commercial : cond. clean. 81,000 down and 782-3961.: 11/10 2tchg 11/17 furniture, mlicellaneoua.215 ---- tr.nqullllving ,space a perfect blend of nature and ,;
customers in Florida had uninterrupted Phone 9646894 ANONY.MOUS 2 BltiIOVSEIKitd.n. assume paymenta. Jim DODGE DARn; 1975. It cyii' Broadway St. Itpd 11/10 Florida. comfort. 3 BR 2 Baths, CHftA and all the) .. i

natural gas 964.7619.ch. or dining room carport, utility Thorpe SR 225 near 16, with A/T P/S A/C. new ------------ YARD SALE Saturday 9 to goodies on a large lot. .. 4
deliveries" says S.W. Sullivan ._" room "large lot, in town. after p.m.1I/33tehI11/17 radiate. Fine shape, S2.500 GAS RANGE-36": avocado 4 p.m. SR 16 West of FSP. .

president of Florida Gas cA tP T'-a'E for 1150/month.. 8100 depoalt. ------ Phone 964-6038 alter 5:30: green "Concept Serlee" Children and wom..'. 870 sq. ft. frame home in town ideal rental -t::
Co. of Winter Park. "And evenif the holidays Wo are now Phon. 964-6020. 11/3 2tchg 11/3 3tpd 11/17 Magic! Chef S185. Also clothes A khoee, appliance,
p.m. $7,000.
3 BEDROOM HOME and 5 property
ceramic items
taking appointments and LESTER etc Itpd
the nation PIANO 1375.
should' have
.. lor sale. ..
by owner. :
another harsh winter of fuel all giving FREE estimates lor KITCHENETTESt -SR Located 2 miles East olMlddleburg. DODGE-ST T'I N' Both In real good condition. Presenting two Important residences that are Incredibly :
Irom Phone
carpet cleaning now 9645673.
emergencies Florida Gas is untO Chrlatmai." Call before apartments utilities Included. Priced to sell WAGON: 1971. A/T A/C. Itpd 11/10 H Y-F iiSi'L 7 Highly magnificent on Hampton Lake. One Is :. .:.

in an even more favorable Nov. 30 and receive FREE totally furnlehed. 851,500. Phone 282-4684 good tires and motor. 8650. ------ fertilised. Will flora la my completely furnished.All this in a tropical paradise "
position than last year to meet and Weekly. anytime. 10/27 4tchg. 11/17 ALSO 55 gal drums, S3.' SALE-Saturday 9 to barn for pick when caressed lake
deodorizing Scotchgard monthly .t. Phone 9648771. Itpd lit 4 p.m. Old Butler Rd. Follow you up by the breeie. You can h.velt all.
requirements of its customers protection with any carpet Temple Motel 880 N. .11f.". Chair highchair, you need It. Phone 782-3140 ,,,

," he added. cleaned. Phone. 964-8961 Temple Ave., Stacks. Phone NEW HOMES Low maintenance 1974 PLYMOUTH FURY I: Item. Itchg 11/10 toys.other alter 4:30 p.m. ARTHUR Petite two BR home In Impeccable order with income
Sullivan attributed this 11/3 3tchg 11/17 964-7357. 11/3 4tpd 11/24 brick 2 GASKINS. Itchg 11/10 '
3 BR Bath A/C P/S A/T tan & -- apartment or guest house $121.500. ,

favorable position to an improved llreplaca. Keystone area, brown,V8. family car, clean, RIDING MOWER: 8 hp 36"
natural gas supply for HOME REMODELING: "IIIt'a above Keystone Oak*. No rune :jnd look like new. cut electric inn (good OAK FIREWOOD, I20 jier'pickup Handsome brick rancher near town on I large

the company's pipelinethe Plumbing In the homo, ., .1.etrle.l.roollall. we do It! HELP WANTED closing coata. Priced from 81395. Phone 9646777. condition. New drive belts truck. Phone 782- corner lot. Nearly new So well Insulated the utility ._

result he said of the additionof room addition, 835.000. Adama Builder Itchg 11/10 and tune up. Phone 964. 390. 3434. tfcbgWATSON'S' bill Is unbelievably lowl I Woodburning fireplace 3
4732056 or 4734078. 8/18
significant new reserves etc. Good work at a MOTOR ROUTE CARRIER tfchgMISCELLANEOUS" --- TijRY74 11/10. 2tpd 11/17 BR, 2 Baths LR, DR, Florida room CH&A, enclosed -
during 1977 from offshore reasonable price) references. needed for Starke. Raiford, --.- --- VACUUMS double garage. Available Immediately.Prime .
Phone 782- brand of
door :
fields in the Gulf of Mexico. Phone 9648087. 11/3 4tchg Lawtey area. Must have 3366. rune tf/chg' good. YARD SALE.Saturday- new vacuums many Used

Sullivan also endorsed the 11/24 good transportation and be Weather permitting. 3 machines available. Expert commercial property Tuck's Drive In on

U.S. Senate's recent approvalof bondable. Phone Galneavllla '. famOle ladies els. 14-16 repaIrs,all make. Parts and 301 South. Also CB 7000 sq ft. building at 41. E.
CoTnplet 9648170. THE AMERICAN DREAMi dresses, 11.dr.\ .....,
BILL'S SAW SHOP Itchg 11/10
deregulation of acceaaorlea. for all Brownlee A lot of for little
phased [ WANTED vacuumytme. space a money. '
discovered sharpening .service Open within 3 week Ownyour children clothes, baby 404 NW lOtioAv.au. ; :
newly natural gas Mocked. items, t. ., mliwellaneoua."
circular, hand carbide TEXAS OIL COMPANYneed own fully jeanor ,
and expressed belief that deregulation ., GainervOle. Phone Four with 3 BR frame home 2 wells mobile
chain mower blade hollow mature peraon. for ladle fashion. ahop ROOM Young female adult ALSO, 1974 Dodge Dart. 3767110. acres
'( would stimulate ground and balanced. Leaveat short trips aurroundlngStarke. Everything provided. Your (lull-time: atudent) needs 1002 Butler Rd.. St......9 to tf/chg home site outbuildings S2t,500.

additional drilling. thereby Jackwn Building Supply Contact cuatnmera. coat 817,900. Phone collect 5 pjn. Itchg 1110'CREENS.Mu.tard : '
room do In. Will babyalt UTILITY BUILDINGS! All -
3 BR, 2 B.th.1650Sq. Ft.frame home with CH&A on
developing new reserves of Stark. or Keystone HelghU.ttchg Vie train. Write K.A. Dick. 904-764-7612 ext. 201. Itpd part-time nurses aid ex aluminum
11/10 reeep- V acre on U.S. 301 South of Starke, $2SSOO Must
"It would also hold down Pr. .. Southwestern and > 't
gas. perience. Phone 9647205. tables, light switches. Ughte, .
the rising costs of energy for -- Petroleum Ft. Worth, TX. 11/10 2 tpd 11/17 turaipa. 50 centa each for tongue and groove floor see to appreciate. :
who under ALUMINUM SIDING Itchg 11/10 FREE German Shepherdmale "Urge bundlea.714 Lafayette delivered and let '
consumers con- ---.- up.
tinued regulation, might Awning gutters, windows, dog 1 yr. old. Must WANTED Used relrlgeraton St,-.964-7326.:...!Itchg11/10!! Financing available, up to 48 The creak of a barn door: 17Vi acres with 2 trailer
etc. Joseph D.' Garrleou. CETA give away because of hook-ups plus 28x70 CB barn with bathroom I
POSITION ,REFRIGERATOR month to pay 60 akoa.Susuki .
otherwise have to turn to etaveo In 1 '.
Phone 961-5205. 8/11 tl/chg location. Good breeding dog.
Firelighter. Must .be model of Stacks. 964-6020 er $25,000. .
increased of good condition. Phone Dabmar' rune good. Also oth.rm"'ull.neoll.
use moe
expensive Phone 964-6558 after 5
Bradford p.m.
---------- County reeldent 9646021. 5/12 /.
Dlicout at 964-7923. itemi. Inquire .
oil and other ,
foreign substitutes VACUUM CLEANER REPAIRS Itpd 11/10
15 of 20
unemployed out
past tl/chg 603 E. Washington Avo.Itpd Yes,we do have listings on Klngsley Lake.
in the absence of new All makes, ..11mod.I. weeks.
willing to work shift -------- 11/10 BAHIA HAY> Argentina,
domestic gas discoveries" .. Starke Sewing work, never convicted of n GOOD PRICES PAID toi. highly. fertaiud., phone 964-
Sullivan,said. Ceoter,215 East Call Street felony. Apply at Fin. State need mobile bom.I\ HIGHEST PRICES PAID' 6071. 7/21 tf/chg \
phone 9648312. 4tpd. Employment: Serv. Itchg mortgage la 3/4 paid or for used stoves and refrigerator BOAT A TRAILER-1972 Two story gracious older home on Madison in good

I/10 more. OLIN'S MOBILE *. OLIN'S MOBILE Grill Craft 15', 50 hp GUNS FOR SALE 2s, repair with huge rooms and a beautiful, large lot ,

.Scouting END OF SEASON HOME SALES 9645606. HOMES SALES. 9645606. Johnson motor depth 25', and 38'., sold at DAh. with a secluded back yard. Only 124,700. fm
DOG CATCHER: City ol Open 7 day weekly. tf/chg p", i 7 dsjrj week.. q/ ".' finder, electric kicker foot mer's Discount. IF/chg; <
High preisureand Hampton la seeking. part- operated 81600. Phone 964-
(News chemical to -- WE BUY PECANS DAILY:
cleaning "
time dog catcher 5289
""' eve
J.R. A Sons. FOR SALE Diamond T /
remove mildew, bugi etc. Responsible lor catching untagged Walawrkjbt Itpd 11/10 Cecelia Terwil/egor I'

/ Eaves Any single story home, doge and taking. ; themto MOTORCYCLESSUZUKI Stsrke Farmers Msrket. needlea for any iteroo over NEW LOCATION! 'I'
25.95.. Phone 964-8961 alter Ueenied vet baa TF/Chg 247 different ones, we have
984-S812' City 'STRAWBERRY PLANTSFlorld.b.lI. them all. 205 N. TEMPLE
5 11/3 11/17
p.m. 3tchg ordinance which requires all OF STAkKEi your
authorised Buiukl dealer. WANTED TO RENT. A variety.Mandy'e tf/chg STARKE, FLORIDA
dogs to be tagged.Prospective .
SEW 1NG-MA' 'i i E"S Phone 9646020. 1640 South pot te winter hon.ybses. Produce SR 100 REALTOR PHONE 964-777

Remember this is Girl Scout REPAIRED all make. deilre to read persona ordinance may before Walnut ((301 South In Joseph Carey. Goodrldl"MI. South. Itpd 11/10 We also have new freeiera.electric .
and still have ... 56725. Phone 1218)- atavee and waah....
Cookie time you cleaned oiled and adjusted. applying. Salary shall Starke.. ) tfchgAUTOMOBILES' ) ,

time to order from your 17.Work guaranteed. James be determined by bid of ---- 294-6267 collect. 10/27' 3tpd LOOKING FOR AN DAHMERS DISCOUNT.
There are four Strickland of 11110 ORGAN for ChrIstmas? Phone 9647923. tile hi
favorite girl. corner Morgan prospective employee. Have
Junior troops one Cadette and Road and Hwy 16. tt/chg sealed bide to City Clark. on USED Lewrey TG-44 electronic 11II. ["HI
one Senior troop selling however or before 12/12/77 and bide WE BUY PECANS. Phone; organ automatic: rhythm. PATIO COVERS.20x20 forhomea [ RALPH
9645044. TF/chg Excellent condition. Music and mobile ho.... ..
WE BUY mobile home axle
will be opened at regularmeeting
been missed
if you have 1940 CHEVY-327 V-8 4 Included. Phone 964-6280 8199 installed S159 unlnatallod -
and tlr... Pick up or deliver.OLIN'S 12/13/77. 11/3 GEORGE ROBERTS JR. fM.i.i'. BRYAN
barrel 3 deuces carb
i-dTI me. plus eit. 205 daytime) 964-7941 GATOR
MOBILE Real Estate Broker
Brownie Troop No. 311 had HOMES. 2tch. 11110 Small cam, solid lifter, hllhperlo..ae. night. 11/3 2tchg 11/10 ALUMINUM. Phone 372- Reg. ..
Hwy 100 West. Open 7 day FOR SALE P...... 964-7826 Real Estate
their Investiture last Thursday week. to train pressure plate. 9767. 4620 N.W. 13th St.,
a phone 964 5606. .
evening. Judy Dukes has for Luiier Beauty consultants 4-opeed Muncey traaamteeion HAY FOR SALE! JanTTa Gainesville, 8/11 tl/chg fM Norm Temple*v*
assistant leader. Elizabeth tf/chg Phone Louise Hunt shifter lets GARAGE SALE-Sat. 9-5 Gaakina. Phone 964-8356. ITARKI. LO.I.e" 2117 N. Temple !
.ID ---------- Stern 9645616. 11/3 3tchg' more.Beet offer over 81,000. m.-Clothlng, mlacellanlous ,11/3 2tchg' 11/10 11wL
Younts and 15 girls. They are 11/17 Phone 964-5730 from 2 p.m. items. 717 W. CaD St.-ltchg 964.8788 j

Stephanie Dukes Kim Dukes. FOR RENT te 5 p.... npd 11/10 11/10 OFFICE OPEN ALL ;
:M najrhona.parn! .Clark, CLERK TYPIST 1ICETA HELP WANTED ,

l lonnei'euaLS.s. utnettelOI 4 BR HOUSE Unfurnlahed po.ltloa.Tr.lnlnl"perlen.. STREET OR STRIP.Ford 6?" BENCH--SEAT: A'- LR Large family 4BR.room frame, .bell."j. DAY SATURDAY .'. 1

I'ehry. Lacheron Perry. Vicky 1275/monin.No p.t. Carpetand required'HS grad, I year 351 Cleveland engine, 12 1/2 BUCKET SEAT from Dodge FAULKNERE scree, just eft SR 16. SUN QYAPPTMENT ....
Valerie drapes. Phone 964 7521. clerical exp snd typing. Van. Phone 9648483.
Cioodowns.; Telia Buie to I turn pistons Crane cam, Itpd --- -

Kobinson., Joy Joiner. Sheri nchg 11/10 Able to.. type Written 35 wpmcorrectly. lifters .prmg., AC cell die.. 11/10 ID Experienced 301 North 3 BR LR., 8 aero. a mil from Starkei.

Moss. Tonda Moore. Marynn exsm. Lots more, 8500. Many more A frame house,on tea acres, eld keen. needs toerlag
8513 .
30/me. Fla.Slate
\ Sutton. and Joy Vallenga. 2 BR TRAILER: Central! Pay Apply peed parta. Phone 782-3265 CHIHUAHUA PUppy. Spreader tractor and .ql p..t. d...., bait baa good

: Junior Troop No; 605 decorated heat A/C waiher, utility Starke.. Employment Itchg. 11/10 Service, Jamea. Itpd 11/10 4moa. old, female ahota, RtALIOR L - material. Pump, well and
house and garage. Phonebefore wormed S50. 428 S.Thompson :Several commercial lota .. septic. 12000.
the Bradford County 126 S.Water St.
11:30 after 9
am. or -
StX 11/10 T 301.
Library for the Thanksgivingseason p.m. 9647047. Itpd 11/10 HOMESFORSALE 1969 CAMAROET m.... Itpd Starke. Florida / Cutter - 20 acres and ; BR frame

.v ith turkeys and good condition. 895. Phone MOVING AWAY.Mu.tsacrifice 964.5065 y 12 acres and 3 BR CB ...... sad 3 BR doable t

candle: holders and a cor- AVAILABLE DEC. 1.. 1971 STATLER 12x85 9647613.. Itchg. 11/10 Singer Future Apply In homo, with family room 2hath. wide. Pecan and -lIetr...

nuiopia Drop by the library BRADFORD VILLAGE mobile. home, CH/A. unfurnished 197'i DODGE" T/i fON-Slnnt sewing machine, top model. Double Wide M.H Unfurnished .. CH/A Weat of feaced and creoa-fenceel.
handiwork. APTS: 1 BR, modern fur- on 1 acre nicely PersonVogue Lawtey. Close In North ef Ster.... ;
to seo their with 10x10 additional 6. runs good. Some body Need someone te take up
WU eel)all
or from 5
walk-In "landscaped 818,000. acres
niehed. AC. carpet Phone -----
room. rust. Best offer over 1000. payment S12.81/mo or pay .
closet walled garden patio 473-4056. Itpd 11/10 balance S284. Phoae 964. -- 3 BR 2 bath block h.... In
1958 JEEP CJ5. recent, --
/i acre with 2 BR MH18 X PHe

olf-atreet parking., 964-860 315/ W.Washington overhaul. Beat offer over 7084. Itchg. 11/10 24 garage 12 X 24 patio. ,I'I Saratoga__-_Height__..:..&.h*..*.. have lots acreage.homea .
= C phone MOBILE HOME-42 ft. long 1600. Phone 496-3444.: Itpd and farms in Brad
before 8am. Manufacturing Co. Two 20-acre tracts '
TFchgUNFURNISHED 1 Rout. 3. Boa 11/10 ELECTRIC FURNACE- very ford. Clay and I niencounties.
CLASSIFIEDADDe.dllne year old AC. Nice 2 BR, 1 bath blockhouse .esseneble. Just ell SR 16paved
insertion 506. Starke.. Jo-Lu Motel with hood and thermostat.New on 1 acre. ...* city, country I
for GMC SUBURBAN 3/4 ton- road.
HOtSl.: U.S. 301 South. 11/10 2tpd never hooked up. Cost SR 100 S Starke and waterfront.
Tuesday noon preceding with three bedrooma Phont 1973 with options Low 1'/.bathTcHAA: -
11/17 1300, Sell S150. Phone 9645086. 3 BR. ,great bricTwTth"
.. .. 3 BR 1 MtIt. Iatows. and eekends
Thursday before publi 964-5724. Itchg 11/10 IDO. .000. Phone 473- Itpd 11/10 location 835.000. good Evenings :
:ation. 2352 eves. Itchg 1110IMFCHEVELLEt terma. JRXLPH BRYAN-964- 621111
Minimum charge 12.00 NICELY FURNISHED 12x65 MOBILE HOME I r Realtor
3 BR, 1 bath block home hi
Words PS. AT, 3 BR, 1 bath on approx. '10
(Covers 15 ) .
bedroom with tat-out
living living
room room AC 307 en. In.. Keystone acre, aeparate D. Room. Stark City Limita. ART PATRA* -473-2019:
Each word over ISis .kitchen and bath apartmenta. 12x16. Wall te wall carpet It's PARKINSIDE
Classic ..1'. AM/FM double garage, paved drive. Salesman'
Phone 964-8071. Itpd built-in double stove
10 cents even stereo, 8 track... Phone. 782. arradine'sfor excellent neighborhood.. CITY LIMITS
11/10 and AC
counter top renge. GEORGE ROBERTS JR.
3165. tl/chg' WAYNE: DOICLAS1646593 -
Not responsible. for error and central heat. Phone 964- 3 BR,2 bath .brick on <'I,acre 'Walk toBradfordSquart Reg.Real Estate Breker. ,
----------- Or Downtown
when given over the MOBILE HOME on Grilfio 7927. Itpd 11/10 fenced back yard.. Phase 964-7826 Salesman
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phone or when copy is Loop. Phone 964-8816. Itpd WATERS BOOTSJUSTINWRANGLER beautUully "landscaped. S30PerMoethAB
11/10 FOUR BR FRAME Hllu.,- OPEN Saturday A JH.
,",typed and brought to City Convenience
the office. bathe, 10 acres, completelyfeaced. lULL DOZIlIO Sic. 3 BR. 2'/. bathacre Fire.P.Ue. Protection. ), W E Ht STI.E!
Phono. 964-5799.
TWO BR FURNISHED nicely "landscaped yard with
Gas,Water and
HOUSE-SlSO/mo pluadepoalt. 11/10 3tpd 1124SEE *Bulldozer Work Belts Sixes 15 X 30 swimming pool 11 City i
Also ONE BR unit motel! with nice large 1
furnished house, SllO/me WHAT 826,000..01..heron Large or Small 18.U56 living quartere, 6 acres of Jo-Lu Motel floriland Realty

Too Late To Classify plus depoalt. No pet. Phone your lot. A 3 BR, 2 bath BagsWnllsta land, doing a good bualnesiTerme. 964-8810 393 N.Temple. A....
9644560 after 5 p.m. Itchg CB with aeparate LR sad *Land Fill Indian MeceaalneUs Starke,Fla. t

11/10 DR area. Loe.ted.n 325 enProvatt --- Office\ $44-7700
'1200" Will. Buy You '2300 Rd. Follow the *PondsWILBUR Paul H. Faulkner -
------ curlaysway CRYSTAL LAKE ii
Worth Ol Fishing. TacMe Plus HOUSE FOR RENT.Cloae AFFORDABLE HOMES flea Realtor BRADFOIIDCOUN'I'Y OpensaturdayA.M.l

You Can Rent Bldg.: Until te shopping. center end 'arrow te this' loeatkn er call WATERS --- --- -- ----- Golan; .barker A beady ,.

March 1st At >100M A Month cbool. Phone 9645655. Itpd 473-3133 for details. 10/27 M-M41 CARRADINESLEATHER Associates" Lillian C.Pearson Lew .budget? OwneIkiaaced .business en 301. Geed ,
You Can Add Such Stock As 11/10 3tchg 680 W. Madison St Starke SHOP Irene L. Faulkner 2 BR cottage corner property
Law Florida'. Evtningi am-SHt with te -----
You Like Such As Fruit Veg '. Real Estate susie Crystal
Auction House Mr. Bush Is MOBILE HOME PARK PUBLIC AUCTION OTtS-SStl 78&-UOO SuaaaM.BakkoaEvtningi Lake. $14,500.A.ethar 3.86 acree, 1ST1 M Ml. |
AVAILABLE. We 12a44 trailer central ear, t .
SPACES tswtey Flora -----
A Trucker He Cannot Kiet o. Every Fri. 7:30 p.m. 9H-tl7J .....
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will\ move yen block A anchor Coed Bayi Newly BR utility ,
This Store Open Location On plue heek-eip water aadaowor GENERALMERCHANDISE 'REGISTER BeforeYou m-3901 renovated 1 BR heeie with 12m20 storage, shed with

301 Margie. Dowling Fruit for ee cost at all-lust 1 huge....W. ', fireplace, 16s28 concrete a_.

Stand Clear Title To Slock 'a Bier* S30 lot ..... OLINS 301 AUCTION Wall' Drilling: flii, t Bath CB Home carport eoesynte driveway \

Fixtures '1200 MOBILE HOMES. Hwy 100 LP GAS I Buy A !IfM CHAA closed garage, nice S27.00W 10 acr.-'k.-plDe.. .. 1

Cat 984-0029 / 930-7.30: W,Starke,964-5606.TF/chg HWY 301 NORTH lot, ..... Ii 1/4 percent -- -- graded read. Oil SR 11$
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ROOM I Moose Lodge 964-5888 Fast Rotary --- baOdiag
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301 Nerta St...... --- 3 BR furnished mobile ----- 80 sere. farm; 3 yr. old i 11
CARPET CLEANED by : -- HOME 30 Ib.prepsuecylinders Sec STATE. LICENSE home, with oddities, Cal sw today fee water-. bee, large ...., cowpeas '
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LAWTEYBy "" y 1.1'-- School Lunch Brooker News MQx0-Evie Rush W of Plant City, on 't i I"

CHURCH ACTIVITIES Brown and Cy Cynthia November' Menu their way to Starke to help t
.CHURCH OF GOD: Sunday Miss Linda Crider, of 14-18 Byt Jeanette Prescott Mrs. Henry's mother, Mrs. I
Jacksonville, was a Saturday Phydella Roberts, celebrate
School 10 Elizabeth Phone: 485-1713
a.m.; Worship Terry MONDAY %: deviled
overnight guest of Mr, and egg, her 88th birthday Friday,
Services 11 a.m. and 6 Pharc' 7R7.11IU1.__ buttered
p.m.; -yv Mrs. Ceo Kelly and cornmacaronf;; and their way up there they Nov. 4, brought Mrs. Ruby
Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7 Wednesday at 7 p.m. cheese making this year's carnival a
Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. R.W. Ed- orange ,hot rolls traveled through Plains, Ga., Williams to Brooker to spend ,
p.m.; YPE Friday at 7 p.m. ST. JOHN'S: MISSIONARY: Nolan and family, 'and butter milkjKTUESDAY great success, especially the
EVERGREEN BAPTIST: Sunday School 10 a.m.' Mrs. Jack Nolan and family, wards, of Jacksonville, spent ? chairmen of each project then traveled to Lagrange, Friday night and Saturday I
Sunday School 10 a.m. : Worship Services 11 a.m. and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Saturday afternoon with their' weiners, tomato j! \, barbecued which are as follows: parade: Ga. and visited their nephew, with the Paul Prescott family
Worship Services 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. on Second and Fourth Nasworthy, Mr. and Mrs. J.V parents, Mr. and Mrs.Bennett baked beans gravy, or riceor Daryl Brewer,' grease pole: Johnny Richard Ray and and other relatives. They returned -
7p.m.Training Sundays. Prayer Band Snowden, Mr. and Mrs. Mark Wilkison. cake pineapple Rick Ezell supper (fish fry), family Tuesday, Oct. 11. Then home Saturday after.
; ; Mrs. Arlie Dobbs topped ,3( cheese biscuit, went on to Atlanta, and spent noon at 2 .
Mrs. Bill
Prayer Meeting Wednesday at Monday at noon. Snowden, Ray Snowden, Mr, milk. i-" George and Janice- Pierce;
Smith and Dobbs and Chris were Joanne Fussell ring some time with their niece, ,
7 p.m. SMYRNA: MISSIONARY and Mrs. Terry WEDNESDAY beefaroni pies, ; EDUCATION
The Church had a Fish and BAPTIST: Sunday School 10 family, Mr. and Mrs. Ricky business visitors in green beans/:-pepper, rings,, toss: Steve Nipper; hot dog Mr. and Mrs. Edd Powell. CLASSES
While In Atlanta visited
Gainesville Saturday shop stand Yvonne and Cathrine they I
Mrs. ,
Hamburger Fry on Saturday a.m.; Worship Services 11 Starling and family, baked apple, hot rolls and
night at the church. After the a.m. and 7 p.m.; BTS 5:45: Judy Dixon and sons, Kathy ping for their Grandbaby, butter, milk Tetstone; cake walk, TommyCox Stone Mountain and visited Beginning Monday! Nov 14,
Social,the Kingdom Quartette p.m. ; Prayer Meeting Norman, all of Jacksonville. Margaret Gustafson, of the THURSDAY roast ; art booth, Melodie the Ante-Bellum Plantation we will be having adult basic
sang for about an Hour, which Wednesday at 7 p.m. Mrs. Della Tribula, Jimmy Philippine Islands. mashed potatoes and beef Stilwell; fish pond, Sue Park, east of Atlanta. They education classes here at
all.\ PERSONALS: Thompson, and Miss Debbie Mr. and Mrs. Daniel gravy Gainey; duck pond, Susan traveled on up to Franklin, school. This will be availableto
was enjoyed by buttered '
FRISTPTIST CHURCH: Those winning Turkeys at Gerry, of Buffalo, N.Y., Mr. Wilkison and daughter, Dana, juice green. cornbread peas, jello with Scott; raffle, Latrell N.C. and spent Wednesday, anyone from non-readers
of Jacksonville the orange and Hamilton ticket booth Nell Oct. 19, with Mr. and Mrs. 8th and will Include -
Sunday School 9:45: a.m.; the Turkey Shoot on Saturdaywere and Mrs. Fred Dollar, East spent butter, milk.FRIDAY'. ; through grade
Worship Services 11 a.m. and : Ethel Norman, Eugene Palatka, Ralph Higgin- weekend with their parents Mann, Mamie Tucker; sponge Johnny Lee and family. Mrs. the areas of reading,
7:30p.m.: ; Training Union 6:30: Taylor, Dennis Thompson 2, botham Baldwin, Mr and Mr. and Mrs. Donald bun lettuce,hamburger tomato and on throw: Rev Jim Coun- Baxter returned to Callahan math, and social studies. Mrs.
Prayer Meeting on Carl Tanner, Ron Morrell, Mrs. Willis Starling, Mr. and Wilkison. Mrs Daniel French'fries tryman; milk bottles, Robert with the Lewis's Thursday, Joan Watson will be teachingthis
p.m.Wednesday; at 7:30: p.m. Ricky Taylor, Alvin Anderson Mrs. Donnie Starling, Mr. and Wilkison and Dana and Mrs. pickle milk. peaches. and Betty Carter; football Oct. 20 and spent the balanceof class and it will meet on
GRACE UNITED 2, Fred Pendarvis, Wanda Mrs. Amos Mozell and son Donald Wilkison attended toss Rev. Jack Kindrick; dart the week until Tuesday, Monday and Thursday at 7
:METHODIST: Sunday School Barber, Carl Norman. Eddie David, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard church at Calvary Baptist IIALLOWEEN booth, Marshell Pardee; Oct.25 before returning home. p m. If you are interested,
9:45: a.m.; Worship Services Boatwright, Danny Waters 2, Ellison and family, Mrs. Jean Church in Starke on Sunday. CARNIVAL novelty booth and country They all had much fun seeingall please call the school office,
Mr. and Mrs. Bennett store, Mrs. Anita Countrymanand the mountains in fall 4851812. High school courses
Lamar Crawford Leonard Seimer son, Bryceville
11 a m. and 7:30: p.m.; Choir We'd like to thank all the
Practice at 7 p.m. ; and Norman 2, Don Brown, Miss Sharon Mizell, Mr. and Wilkison Jr.? and Geneva, of people that took part in Mary Henry; sweet shop, colors. will also be offered if 15 peopleare
Methodist Youth Fellowshipat Shirley Barrie, Leon Barrie, Mrs. Clyde Starling, Mr. and Jacksonville, were Sunday Joyce Starling and Dora \Mrs. Joyce Henry and Mrs. interested.
7:30: Wednesday. Barry Watts, William Cruce, Mrs. John Starling and dinner guests of their parents, Fonseca; spook house, Bobby
United p.m.Methodist Women Harold Eunice and Darlene family, Mr and Mrs. LeRoyStarlin Mr. and Mrs. Bennett Jones and Barbara HAMPTON HIGHLIGHTSby
met at the church at 10 a.m. Norman. We appreciate all !', and family Mrs.Norma.Jea.n. Wilkison Sr. LAWTEY Turlington; bingo Ted
Tuesday Nov. 1st. Meetingwas those who came out to help Hill and family, Mrs Russell Lines and bigham; moon walk, Phil Dolores Meng I
called to order by Mrs. support the Lawtey Dixie Noah Paul Kelley, Avon Park, daughter Jacqueline returnedto SCIIOOL MENU Vallenga.A Phone 4K8-19I5
Youth Association.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Nov.H.18l10.lDAY total of $2,500 was takenin.
George Roberts Sr., with 17 League their home in Sumter S.C.
ladies present. Mrs. Frank and Mrs. Hub Harley Starling and family, Andrew after a three weeks visit with The profit will not be Hampton Lake
Coss gave the Devotional. and their sister Mrs. Elva Starling, Mrs. Mattie Miley, her parents Col. and Mrs. :. : hamburger on known until expenses are CHURCHES-SCHEDULES I Happy Anniversary to Mr.
After taking up old and new Reddish visited their sister, Mrs. Helen Harley, Mrs. Edna William Wilson. bun, lettuce,. tomato, pickle, totaled. The SpOOk house took Hampton Baptist Church, and Mrs. Paul Meng whose
business, the meeting ad Mrs Della Tribula at the Harley, Mrs. Lou Mc. Mr.and Mrs. Larry Norman mustard, ketchup, French the place hayride. Richard Mashburn, Pastor. 31st Wedding Anniversary
journed.United. home of their brother and Williams, Mrs. Effie Carter, and Rhonda, Mrs. Ola fries or potato chips, peach Raffle winners were Wayne Phone 468-1666. occurred Nov. 9!
Methodist Women sistt'rinIawIr.! and Mrs. and Mrs.Thelma Harris, all of Starling Mrs. Ann Harveyand crisp milk. Green, rifle; Betty House, gift Sunday: Sunday School Charlene Campbell whose
had a stork Shower at Mrs. Willis Starling, of Jacksonville Starke, Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Deric Mrs. Ola Mae TUESDAY: boiled beans certificate and C.J. Tetstone, 10:00: a.m., Worship Service wedding to David Griffis is
Hubert Priest's home for Mrs. on Wednesday evening. Smith Lakeland, Mrs. Rowe, and Mr. and Mrs. with ham seasoning rice, cole bicycle. I couldn't find out who 11:00: a.m., Bible Study 6:30: scheduled for Dec 3 was
Dean Traylor on Tuesday. Their sister. !Mrs. Tribula left LouieBell Payne, Orange Charles Starling and family slaw, apple sauce, cornbread won the pig. p.m., Worship Service 7:30: honored Nov. 5 with a Bridal
by planefor Springs, Mr. and Mrs. A.Q. School pictures will be on Shower the Edward Clayton
Nov. 8th at 10 a.m. Thursday morning attended the Rodeo at butter milk.
On Saturday Nov. 12th, the her home in Buffalo. N.Y. Smith and family Auburn- Callahan on Saturday night. WEDNESDAY: baked sale, Monday, Nov. 14. p.m.Tuesday: Choir Practice home.
:Methodist Youth Fellowshipare Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Teston dale, Mrs. Mary Chesser and Miss Lori Shinn and Mrs. ham, potato salad, green lOne resident counted the 7:30: p.m.Wednesday. Hampton Lake was a sourceof
holding a Bake Sale in visited their son-in-law and family, Sanford, Mrs. Wilma Libby Groves and Mike beans, ambrosia, rolls, butter, children trick or treating : Prayer water for fighting a stub-
front of Winn Dixie Store in daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Wainwright; Mrs. Mae Wells, visited her in-laws, Mr. and milk. Monday night. There were Meeting 7:30: p.m. born muck fire during the past
Starke.On Charles Mosley and family, of Mrs. Martha Dorko, !Mrs. Mrs. George Irvin Harvey of THURSDAYspagetti with Thursday: 1 Shirley: Sister's week.
Saturday Nov. 19th. The Highland. Sunday afternoon. Myra Rafuse, Mrs. Nen Perry last weekend. meat sauce, cheese, tossed 125.MISCELLANEOUS Club 9:00 a.m., Churchwide Rattlesnakes are still
Methodist Youth Fellowshipare !Mrs Robert Lee spent Futch, Mrs. Margaret Pauley, Mrs. Joyce Bennett visited salad, pears, peanut cookie, SHOWEH Visitation 7:15: p.m., Teen around Eugene Meng killed a
holding a Car Wash at Saturday and Sunday with her Mrs. Geneva Milliard. Susie her daughter Miss Diane French bread, milk. Visitation 7:15: p.m. hefty five footer near his home
Priest's Service Station all l1otht'r.Irs.! G.L. Peterson, Milliard Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Bennett of Tristate Childrens FRIDAY: Cuban .sandwich Friends will honor Miss Saturday: Bus Visitation 9 recently.

day. at Advent Christian Nursing Milliard Edwin Starling Home, of Bristol, Tenn. for a French fries or potato' Aliene Green, bride-elect of a.m.Hampton
HIGHLAND BAPTIST: Home at Dowling Park. Doyle Starling, Miss Ar- week recently. chips, corn, jello, milk. Mr. Joseph Boone, Thursday Christian Church- Hampton Elementary:
Sunday School 10 a.m. ; Friends of !Mrs. Kathy thurine" Blanchard, Mrs. Nov. 10, at 7:30: p.m. with a Rev. James Shaw, Pastor. Lunches: Nov. 11-18
Worship Services 11am. and Melton regret to learn that she Elva Reddish, Danny Massey I miscellaneous bridal showerat Sunday: Sunday School Monday Tuna salad on
6jOO: p.m.; Prayer Meeting entered Orange Park Hospitalon Rev. A.E. Massey, Mr and Brooker Baptist Church 10:00: a.m., Worship Service lettuce green beans, cheese
Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. !Monday for Surgery on Mrs. Wayne Massey"and More Halloween Capers Educational Building. I 11:00: a.m. Evening Worship sticks, fruit cup, milk.
I.AIKA BAPTIST: Sunday Wednesday. Our prayers are family, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Hostesses, are as follows: 6 p.m. Tuesday: B-Qued beef on
School 10 a.m. ; Worship with her.Those (Joe) Harley and family, Pee Dottie Cranford bun, cabbage slaw, potato ,
Services 11 a.m. and 7:30: attending the AndrewJ. Wee Dampier, Shirley Suber. Dyal Laverne Edwards, Bookmobile chips, banana pudding, milk.
p m. : Prayer Meeting and Easter Starling reunion !Mrs. Johnny Jenkins and Dolly llarrell. Mildred Wednesday: Pizza, Greek
Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. at the home of the H.C. son Robert, and Mrs. Jennie Harrell. Kathy Kelley, Gerri Every Tuesday 12:30: salad buttered corn, fruit
:NORTHSIDE BAPTIST: Barleys, Sunday Oct.23rd 1977 Lou Green and sons, of Markham, I'dlthIelvin! until 2:30: Hampton jello, milk.Thursday.
Sunday School 10 a.m. ; were Mrs. Nettie :Nolan'; Mr Milliard spent Sunday with Charlene Thomas, Peggy Post Office.p.m. : Baked ham,
Worship Services 11 a m. and and Mrs. Joe :Nolan: andfamily their Mother, and Grandmother Prevatt. mustard greens candied
7 p.m. Prayer Meeting Mr and Mrs. Herbert Mrs. O.J Anders. Senior Citizens potatoes, corn bread, cookie, j
Mr. and Mrs. Danny Luke, PERSONALSMr. :. The 18 members who attended milk.
of Heilbronn Springs, and Mr. the Hampton Senior Friday: Sausage link, rice;
and Mrs. Virgil Griffis and and Mrs. Bill Thigpinand Citizens Club meeting Nov. 4 tomato gravy, sweet potato
family and Billy Payne, of Mrs. Viola Windham and had an enjoyable afternoon. pone, biscuit milk.Carnival .
Palatka, were Sunday dinner son Scott of Orlando visited dame prizes were donated by
guests of their Mother and I their sister, Mrs. Ethel Russ, Mrs. Viola Lefebvre and Notes
Grandmother, Mrs. Nellie 1 Sunday: Oct. 23.: Mayor William Summers. People are still talking
Wilkinson and Mrs. Daisy Mrs. Lulu Mae Baxter Viola was lucky enough to win about the wonderful time
Boch. J I IA accompanied by her brother the door prize. Refreshment enjoyed at the recent
Earl Dobbs, of Raiford and sister-in-law. Johnny and cookies were brought by Mrs. Halloween PTA Carnival. Big
visited his brother and sister- Nora Lewis of Callahan, madea Josephine Fontaine. The next prize winners included Robert j
inlaw.Ir.! and Mrs. Arlie trip to North Carolina. On meeting is scheduled for Nefzger of Gainesville who y
.r Dobbs, on Friday afternoon.Mr. I- '''Friday, Nov. 18, 2 p.m. at the won the $100 Gift Certificate
and Mrs. Jim lnam- City Hall. from Winn-Dixie. Topsy r
berlin went fishing on Lake 1 Brown of Hampton won the
Deborah in Georgia on Sunday 4-11 Club electric percolator and Mrs. j
; The Hampton 4-H Club had Pearl Dixon of Gainesvillewon
Ronnie Mosley and 21 members attending their two dinners from Starke's
daughter Tammy, of !Max- meeting Nov. 7 at Hampton Wishbone Chicken. Profits
yule were Wednesday dinner Elementary School. Lynn were, considered very good
guests of his inlawsIr.! and Waters reports also that group and an accurate account of
!Mrs. Harold Eunice. leader attending this meetingwere this is planned for the PTA
Oad Dobbs of Lake Butler Mr.\ and Mrs. Royce Joy. meeting scheduled for Tues-
was a Thursday dinner guestof ner. Mr. Bill Stone and Mrs. day evening.
his brother and sisterinlaw Harold Waters. Plans were Students of Mrs. Jean
Mr. and !Mrs Arlie made for a weiner roast hay Clark's first grade class and
Dobbs. ride and Christmas Party to Mrs. Joyce Kuykendall'ssecond
!Mrs. Wyolene Day and her be enjoyed at their December grade are testing this
son Keith of Jacksonville, 5 meeting at the Harold week to determine individual

t were Sunday dinner guests of ghostly appearance all in white was made in the Soutlnlde Betty Ann Crawford was nut Waters home. Refreshment mental ability. \
6 her Mother Mrs. Lucille T Elementary Haunted House, which won first prize along with to capture visitors to the Jr. following the meeting were Jody Wadsworth a fourth i
Ivey, and brother-in-law and the cake walk was made by Linda McRae. Woman's Club haunted served by Gene Joyner Doll grader, plans to spend muchof \
sister Mr. and Mrs. D.R. House. and Lynn Waters. his spare time assisting
Bradford High School Varsity '.
Christian! Church Basketball coach with his j
Ladies Council upcoming activities.
I The Ladies Council of the .,
The dragon", .1.I .. a big hit at Southsicle Elementary.lleadstart wz. Hampton Christian Church Condolences
Sympathy goes to the familyof
F met Nov.; at the home of Mrs. !Mrs.\ Betty Stone whose
fist Sibley near Theressa with a mother Mrs. Beulah Cobb,
good attendance reported.The .
died suddenly November 4.
v k devotional was given by Betty and Bill attended the
Mrs. Evelyn Vaughan. Names funeral in Belmont N.C.
t drawn for the Secret Sisters
were -
fh Sunday returning home again

1R made activity.for 'a Christmas Plans Party were Monday.Sympathy also goes to the

-r with gift exchange to be heldat and
h ; family friends of Oscar
the home of Mrs. Sue
Hall of Waldo a first cousin of
Brannen on Bedford Lake Lynn Hull who died :Nov 7. ;'
Dec. 7.Happy
His funeral
was at Johnson
t by Birthday to Gerald Hayes in Gainesville Wednesday
,, rep Brown who celebrated Nov. 6 with burial in Santa Fe
with family members. Cemetery.

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Allison Craig and Timmy Faulkner joined Into the spirit or I k,
Halloween a' BUS, t r .

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Halloween party.McDonald's _
children all set lor a :

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This "spirit" appeared at the Souths M Elementary car
nival around the cake walk. You guess who! Couldn't be Linda
Alday could It?:' This spirit also scared children in the haunted
tI tIr house, and even chased a few of the older children who thought
they were brave' but took off like jack rabbits. .. "

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