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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 17, 1977
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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No one would take either the blame or the credit for a proposal

j to reduce three men in the Starke Fire Department that
Chamber Board magically appeared on the council table prior to the regular

meeting Tuesday, Nov. 15.
"i ? Commissioner Joe Warren made'' the motion for the

,I reorganization and councilman Charles Schaefer said he
I NomineesNamedBaker seconded for the purpose of discussion.
7Commissioner Wilbur Waters said he got his first look at the

reorganization chart Just before the meeting and one man per
J Board of Governor The annual Chamber shift "won't work."

.. nominations were presented banquet was discussed and Waters added it takes at least two men to man the truck, one
r I 1977-78 BHS Cheerleaders [Lto the Starke-Bradford County plans are being made for late to drive and one firfaf tcrhf r.
Chamber of Commerce Board
in January. Anyone with
The proposed reorganization City clerk Merrill"Edwards
' 'of Governors its
These eight Bradford High varsity cheerleaders will be into the game, and can finish 6-4. during suggestions for the banquet of the department included said many of the city em-
leading the cheers tomorrow night Friday.. Nov. 18)) when The young ladies are (I.r): Seated Belinda Kllby Neva regular Nov.monthly 3. meeting should call the Chamber, said a reduction In force of ployees were unhappy about
\ Tornado grldders take the field here at home to see whether Flynn, captain; Jana Godwin Debbie Kite. Standing Elaine Tuesday Board, of Governors Wilson. three fire fighters. Terminating receiving the same pay as
they will be able to salvage a winning season. BUS is 5-4 going Nugent Latonya Johnson Vickie Norman, Sheila Kayson. Nominees, as recommendedby Tim Crews John someone just starting on a job,
and and his office would work
Ramsey DeWayne up
the nominating committee Sued
City Hardee, each with two weeks cost figures on the proposal. A
far three terms
Ronnie Ratliff.year Starke ,Motor are: pay, was suggested. committee was appointed of

BCH Trustees To Meet TonightTo Parts; Dallas Mayo McDonalds Itemized were advantagesto Edwards.' Waters- -and
be gained by the city: Warren.
Settles For
Floyd ArrestIn
; savings of$29,875; new rested, Tabled also was the pur-
TGAY Archie Tanner Ar-
; fresh firefighters would comeon chase of 144 street signs.
cher-Tanner Funeral Home
; duty eight hours Police chief 'Jimmy Bowen
Discuss Renovation Plans Mac Futch, attorney; Benton FracasDouglas ready to fight every fires, with three said the\clty needed three
Futch Jones Funeral Home
; shifts, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.. 4 p.m. times more than the proposed
Bill Roberts Holiday Inn of to midnight and midnight to 8 number, but that would be a
f; Starke; Ray Norman, (Buddy) Hardy has
Bradford County roof and the front of the to Edmondson to contact Health a.m.; no sleeping on the job, start. Schaefer withdrew his
hospital for the new $6,950 in hospital Community State Bank; Sam filed a civil action suit againstthe
would motion to check the cost of the
trustees will hear and Rehabilitative Services to so the city gain
committee fees. house administrative offices Adukiwicz,Florida Power and City of Starke claiming he
report at 7:30: tonight, and part of expanded be present at tonight's Light; John Riggs, Florida was falsely arrested and response time to the fire, and city making the signs against
(Thursday, Nov. 17)) about Included would be diagnostic and emergency. meeting to ask their help in Hydrocarbons; Walter Ripke, assaulted by Starke Police no need for cooking.'gainingwork purchase price of complete
remodeling of the existing time. Each shift would signs. There is $600 in the
long and short range renovations facilities. proceeding immediately to Owen Joist, and Ken Platt, Oct. 18 in an. incident at the
for the hospital that staff dining room, provide re- The conversion of the correct deficiencies. Ed- DuPont. Holiday Inn. be assigned'enough work budget, Bowen estimated the
could cost almost $1 million. quired sprinklers in linen present day administrative- mondson said the hospital is Also named in the suit were duties to occupy it's availableman cost around- $2,000 for pur
room and the addition of admitting offices into nurses now on provisional license and The board discussed plans the Holiday Inn of Starke hours. chase. ,
Trustees Inez Green, Dan several fire doors. Besides reducing fire-. In other business the council
station nurses workroom, all haste must be made to for the Christmas Parade to and city policeman J.D. ;
Williams, chairman Bill fighters included was a heard from engineer Don
nurses lockers, drug room and correct items cited. be herd Dec 10. The paradewill Parmenter. "
Long plans costing
Dampier and administratorDick range reduction 'in salary for Ruckman, of the firm of
Edmondson asked to Bradford
for form at
nourishment center a was Squareat is
$865,000 included $710,000 for Hardy charged with
Edmondson met with remaining crew. Chief EldonSapp's Bessent, Hammock and Ruck-
complete nursing station check with the hospital attorney 1 8:30': a.m. and begin at 10
construction, $57,000 for fees battery against 0 a police officer -.
architect of$12,710d of Jacksonville about theprogt'ells
hospital Raymond"Doc" present salary
i; and $100,000 for equipment. workcenter, alteration and to find if the items to be am. Chamber manager'Bill and opposing a' police man
", Graham Wednesday, renovation of the existing air repaired must be bid and if not' 'VMson, said the Chamber with remain the of sewer renovation
4: Now 9, in a work sessionout-- In the long'range program conditioning' system to 'to proceed with repairs Inv 'expected to have more floats officer incident. Parmetlter'violence da in nie the"", same.lrSptolief" j joe, .Bobby.'.,,;-and-r. } ...* enlton projects.'Already ?
lining plans to correct license Crawford; approved by the U.S.
both and 'in' the and several
would be the renovation of the provide heating mediately.The parade Hardy had struck him with his
deficiencies and Mervin Jackson and Dennis Environmental Protection
1 long range suit into the cooling, repainting existing hospital administratorwas bands. Anyone wishing to with
renovation. existing operating fist and a bar stool when Rhoden would be based on a Ruckman said the
Edmondson said diagnostic and emergencysuit building, providing vinyl wall also asked to begin enter a float may obtain an the police tried to remove him of Agency
{ the the renovation of the covering for the headwalls of checking on the hospital's application from the Chamber from the motel lounge. firefighters salary $8,015, project'" was "going very
has reductions from
exhausted all well The Ruck.
hospital ranging only delay,
obstetric suit into the patient rooms, and financial situation to see how office. These should be
received
existing a Hardy cuts on the
of federal to $349 said has been lack of
possibilities grants $1,769 yearly man the
surgical suite, and intensivecare provide new soft floor much is available for both turned in by Nov. 30, said head requiring 50 stitches in
and it is do
time to consider rainfall to wet weather
a
other alternatives. Edmonton unit and central sterile covering in existing buildings.The short and long range Wilson. There is no charge to the fracas. Hardy claimed the "It took years to get the flow evaluation.

told the committeehe supply areas, an addition to committee director programs. enter a float police used excessive and unreasonable station where it is now and Ruckman termed the 50

had checked with the force in the arrest this would be back peddling in year old sewer system "very
Farmers Home Administration and that he was assaulted my book," added Waters. interesting" and said some of
and a loan of $700,000 without provocation.The Schaefer's amendment to the pipes put down in 1916
could be paid back at $45,000 a Local Head Start suit asks damages in table the motion until the next were in "bad shape."
year over a 40 year: period."I Program excess of $2,500.Patrolmen meeting passed, delaying for The evaluation includes a
were called to study until the next regular dye test infiltration tests,
would rather build a new the lounge after Hardy was meeting Dec. 6. emulation of rainfall con
hospital but we do not have asked to leave because of Fire Chief Sapp, asked how ditions, an inspection of the
sufficient assets to build abusive language, the city PD he felt about the proposed inside of the sewer lines with a
new." said Edmondson. Expected To Reopen Dec. 1 reported at the time. Hardywas reorganization, said he was television camera, and a
$55,000 has been budgeted in hospitalized with head glad it was put off for study, smoke test to find places
the 1977.78 fiscal year for a injuries from being struck in but said it was "regretablesuch where water might enter the
new roof and that money could the head with a flashlight in a program was made" system.Ruckman.
be used as part of the overall Head Start for without warning Monday, local agency was lead to counties. The shutdown the fracas with three city A question of who for. estimated an
renovation, said Edmondson. economically disadvantaged Nov. 7, by a telegram from the believe by HEW it would be affected 72 children in patrolmen. Police Lt. Denton mulated the plan was a "no interim report will be com-
Graham presented to the pre-school children, is expected Department of Health, allowed to continue until the Bradford and Union counties DeVoe hurt his knee, and answer" from Warren. pleted by Nov. 23. The
committee "guesstimates" on to reopen Dec. 1 under Education and Welfare office. takeover. Mrs. Nelson said and 144 children in the four patrolmen Parmenter's face Waters said it was in front of engineer was asked to checkon
short and long range spen the successor agency, HEW claimed the local Head she received a call Oct. 28 to counties.In was bruised in the incident. him when he walked in. the possibility of the city
ding. Graham said he figured Suwannee River Economic Start did not have a proper the effect that Head Start had The third officer, Ricky getting grant to construct an
high to coming Council (SREC). license or insurance. Mrs. been funded in the amount of a followup letter to the Bennett, was not injured. Also tabled for study was a overpass of the railroad
short and prevent to correct license up CUBB executive director Nelson said in a meeting Oct. $21,000 for Novmeber and telegram, Mrs. Nelson said The door of the police motion by Waters that tracks. Commissioners said
deficiencies it would cost Sally Nelson said Tuesday, 31 with SREC the local CUBB $16,000 for renovation to the she had received a detailed cruiser in which the officers received no second, to give trains sometimes tie up trafficto
about $76,450 including $55,000 Nov. IS, all the informationshe agency was relieved of the RJE school. close down plan and was carried Hardy to the hospitalwas non-union city employees an and from the hospital for as
had received pointed to responsibility of liability There seemed to have been notified by, John Jordan of also damaged. Hardy is incentive pay after three long as 45 minutes.In .
::": ...-'.....----::: the reopening of Head Start insurance as of Oct 31 and some confusion with the shift HEW that employees who charged with disorderly Intoxication years on the job of $1 per week other business, the I
fiJi r iJrriiitfiiij Dec. 1 under the eight county SREC would place Head Start of Head Start from the local worked for the first seven aggravated for each year up to 20 years council heard from David I
... : SREC. under its coverage.Mrs. agency to SREC in Live Oak days in November would be assault, battery on a law officer added pay. The $1 would be Brooks and William C. Dixon 1
::- ::W._ 1 The federally funded Head Nelson said because of causing the shutdown of compensated. But they would and destruction of city added beginning with the who presented a chart and

,Start program was shut down the Dec. 1 realignment the Bradford, Union, Clay and (See Page 10) property. fourth year of employment. ,(See Page 10)
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Noy. 17 A warrant for the arrest of would appear at the Dec. 8 provide continuous mainly on the water pressureand Tench in January ]left further an answer from Watson on the able demand where there is '
BCH Board Hampton water company hearing. chlorination and adequatewater lack of chlorination. action in the Hampton water question of whether Watson human consumption of |
owner Arthur Bruno was pressure in the 70yearold situation to the two attorneys ,wants a jury trial or a non- water." \
7p.m. placed on hold Tuesday, Nov.IS Watson said Tuesday he had system. Prior to that the DER brought the matter the involved, Starke attorney jury trial. When the Judge Carlisle
apparently after Judge made arrangements for the Department of Environmental into court, charging Richard Welty representing Judge Carlisle has promisedfast announced his decision to .
BC School Board ,
Wayne Carlisle received some warrant not to be served but Regulation had given Hampton water system the town of Hampton and action on the matter. issue the warrant he said:
Work Session assurance that Bruno will also said he could "not Bruno, who at that time was which now serves fewer than Watson representing Bruno. Welty said Tuesday he expects "I know of no other way to
7p.m. appear at the next court guarantee an appearance." also mayor of Hampton an 100 customers, remained the judge to let the two get Mr. Bruno's attention. I
hearing set Dec. 8 on the order to get the water systemin deficient. A chlorinator was Welty filed a civil action to parties know something at the need to have him here. The
town's water problem.The Bruno is being sought to shape, that the system was installed on the system, have the water franchise Dec. 8 hearing. city and people of Hamptonhave
Saturday.unday.November show cause why he has not deficient in certain areas which,the Telegraph has been taken away from Bruno, so At the Nov. 10 hearing an Interest in this. .
It-JO told worked sometimes anddidn't the city can make the Watson argued that Bruno
complied with a court order, "The possibility that someone 1
capias was Issued on issued in October 1976. to work sometimes. necessary improvements. could not make improvements could become ill makes it \
National Guard Judge Carlisle's order after Nothing'was done about the if the city refused to increase that I
the water imperative precautionsbe
Fire
Weekend Training improve pressure Destroys water which would Bruno's attorney, Watson
Bruno failed to appear at a and to chlorinate the water. pressure rates. Judge Carlisle said taken in the interest of :
contempt of court hear last Brunowas given until Nov 15, require considerable Invest. filed a counter petition. Welty Bruno might have to go into public health." I
ment. answered that. As
has the
Thursday Nov. 1976 to make the necessary Rosier Home debt to repair the system Judge Carlisle] quoted from 4
Monday.Nov.il Carlisle at that time toldBruno' Improvements. Bruno twice refused a rate case now stands, Welty awaits "but that Is not an unreason- the franchise agreement ? \
William
attorney. increase the noting the company "wouldalways
,
by Hampton
BC School Board
Ill of Gainesville he
Watson ,
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be maintained In _
Circuit Judge Benjamin City Council despite pleading : good
7p.m.Tburtday would withhold action on the Early Deadlines Set Next WeekDue
and would furnish
Tench had ordered Bruno last he needed capital to improvethe condition l
if
warrant Watson could give
Members of the Lawtey
of with
system, that the present the citizens Hampton ft
some assurance that Bruno October over a year ago. to Volunteer fire departmentwere returns) were not sufficient to to the Thanksgiving holdiay falling next Thursday, Nov. water at whatever the cent'" \
Nov.24Thanksgiving busy Sunday and ,finance the needed improvements 24. the Telegraph will publish next week's issue a day early. Carlisle, said last Thursdaywas ,
Monday with house and ,. To meet the Tuesday, Nov. 22, publication date it Is necessary the first time the matter ; \.
13th Prison Murder Occurs vehicle fires. : Bruno also asked the Bradford to have news advertising in the office early Thus the following had been brought to his attention
Public An explosion of unknown county commission to deadlines are set, for next week only: since he was assigned !
Buildings Closed The 13th murder at Florida Brierton. Kearse died later origin triggered a fire at the pass a resolution asking the -All news items, both social and correspondence must be In as the Bradford County circuit ,
State Prison within the past 12 Sunday.Authorities. home of John C. Rosier, on Florida Public Service the Telegraph office by noon, Monday. Nov. 23. Any copy that judge in July. 'J
months occurred Sunday said the killer SR-125 in Lawtey. west past Commission to step and can be turned in earlier than noon Monday will be greatly ap "If I had known about It It ,
,Friday, Nov. IS night. apparently entered the vic Evergreen Church. The S p.m. the Hampton water preciated.All sooner, I would not. have '\

4 tim's cell about 8:30: p.m. ,fire Nov., 13 destroyed the 'company,so he could realize a classified advertising (want ads) must be in the permitted it to go.
_Library Closed Oscar Kearse. 48, who had while Inmates were returning home and furnishings for a .sufficient return. The county Telegraph office by noon Monday. Nov. 22. unresolved." : .
served 29 years of a life from recreation. After the "complete. loss.Firemen has taken no such action. -All display advertising must be in the Telegraph office by :9 Bruno, who owns and 1\ t
nhii (!Uoramuntty sentence for second degree stabbing, the killer escaped, answered a call p.m. Nov. n operates the Hampton .
murder in Marion County was shutting the cell door behind Monday 'Nov. 14, around Bruno was brought back Your cooperation helping meet the early deadlines will be General Store is reportedly. f \,
Mate Sank found in his cell with multiple him.' officials believe. noon.A fire from an unknown ,Into court last in January for much appreciated. Plans are for the Nov.24 edition to be printed also operating trucks and is I t
stab wounds 'about 10:15: There are no suspects, and cause, destroyed a Corvette contempt of the order to have Tuesday afternoon, on the streets early Tuesday night, and In out of the area much of the .
Accxmn.IMMVPMMM IMw Kmrrt UT p.m., according to FSP. the murder weapon taut not owned 'by' Earl Barber of the Improvements completedby the mail Wednesday morning since there will be no mail service time Bruno's store no longer
OlMIII NNn..pC.ve. ,Superintendent, Dave been found, Brierton said. .Lawtey. December 1978. Judge on Thanksgiving. ,i sells beer or wine.' I ,

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ZA TELEGRAPH November n. 1911

1. Alpha Gamma Met Monday Walter P. Lukes lU.... '

Alpha Gamma Chapter of Laurie \lulllns'and Gladys Hosts At SupperMr. ;1Jla4s
Alpha Delta Kappa met at the Thomas conducted the pledge / uf f71te

_ Episcopal Parish House service Dobbins for and pledges Jane 'Trawick.Becky and Mrs. Walter P, 64ide @I
Monday night for its Nov. The Thanksgiving theme Luke were hosts at a ::
with President
meeting rehearsal Jilor
was carried out at the refresh- supper Friday, Oct. Wooly ., ,
Thomas
Gladys presiding. 28, at the Heilbronn
Eunice Searing Rave the ment table where delicious Church Fellowship Hall Baptist for -.-..'.. ,- ,.
nuts, coffee and
pumpkin
pie
devotional on Thanksgiving. their son, Danny, and fiancee
Lucille Payne presented cokes were served by hos- Miss Kelli Whaley following Junior WomenTo T I 1 1lr Nelda Mosely
Sexton,
tesses Eddie Joyce
Frances Hamilton with a gift the couple's wedding "
of be appreciation since she will Sissy Tatum Santanginl and Sandra Duncan.Sylvia rehearsal.The Meet Dec. 5 Shower HonoreeMiss
moving.
--- head table held The regular meeting of the whose
an Nelda
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arrangement of mixed fall Junior Women's Club will be marriage to Wayne Davis will 41 i'rs
held December the tip ri,
on 5, at
The Methodist Women's Mr. and Mrs. R.O. Dandsy flowers. be an event of January 7, was ,
Sunday school class had a and Mr.and Mrs. Rodney Hall During the supper Kelli and home of Mrs. Jerry Wilson, complimented at a bridal, 1zTrr. ,
meeting and covered dish were Sunday guests of Capt. Danny presented gifts to their 410 Short of the Street.usual Starker time and instead shower Monday night, Nov.
luncneon i uesaay at the homeof and Mrs. Mickey Dansby in attendants. place on December 12. 14, at the Starke Church of
Mrs. Henry Godwin and Gainesville and helped cele- This will take the place of God Fellowship Hall.
made plans for their Christ- brate little Julie Dansby's the The Hall was decorated in
regular executive board
mas party. sixth birthday. varigated colors of blue and
meeting. the wedding bell motif.
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BIRTHSDearl Please plan to attend this !
The bride-elect was seated
special meeting. under an arch decorated with 'f f ft
Richard E. Welty and Janice Bradley of ------=------- blue streamers, blue
Raleigh, N.C announce the I hydrangeas and two huge
birth of a daughter, Amanda PHILLIPS REUNION wedding bells. The gifts were
Attorney At Law Marie, born Oct. 25. Paternal The late DA.; Phillips placed around her.
grandparents are Paul and family reunion will be held The refreshment tables
Velma Griffis of Keystone Sunday, Nov. 20, at the Lake were covered with white lace
Wishes To Announce The Heights and maternal Butler club house. ---.--,.....---., over blue liners. The punch
grandmother, Mildred All friends and relatives are Terl Wilson table was centered with a
Relocation Of His Office For Vanzant of White Springs. invited to attend bride and groom centerpiece
W.R.WatsonJr.EngagementTold. flanked by the punch bowl and
The Practice Of Law From ttplallGDh>ta a/1t1D1 silver coffee service. The cake Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Howe
table was centered with a
cake flanked by blue tapers in I
Trail Restaurant Howes To Celebrate
Mr. and Mrs. Jed E. Wilson Raymond
114 North Walnut To His of Salmon Idaho announce silver candelabras encircledwith

301 N. Lawtey the engagement of their The blue 40 hydrangeas.guests enjoyed 50th Anniversary

New Location At CLEW LILCLD( 1 (a (L1!!' LwaWODLInLt( ( 4 William daughter Russell, Teri Watson Lynn,, Jr.to, games were and awarded refreshments.Prizes to Mrs.. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Chamber of Commerce.

son of Mr. and Mrs.. W.R. Charles Schmitt and Mrs. Howe will celebrate their Mr. and Mrs. Howe have
954 North Temple Ave.In Social Dilly _.... Spsld. Watson of Hampton. Harold Rhoden. golden wedding anniversary two sons, C. Raymond Howe
Miss Wilson is a 1976 The hostesses Mrs Larry Friday, Nov. 25. from 5 to 8 Jr. of St. Augustine andEugene

Starke Across From Frl. ft Sit. Night 11-2 P.., ....-hi.. School.graduate She of Salmon High Club Mosely Mrs. Leon Odom, pm at a reception at the First Texas.. Howe also of have Dallas,
was a Rotary Mrs. Ricky Mosely and Miss Baptist Church FellowshipHall They four
>.< S-N. 2" C'U" Plain exchange student to New Gail Rhoden. 'presented the Starke grandchildren and one great
Zealand in 1974-75. and Mr.and Mrs. Howe have retired grandchild.
honoree a
The New Court House. lit! ..... Itllrid S....... .,ISCllili. Mr. Watson is a 1973 toaster as a a corsage memento of the to their home at 823
1.1" Frlfcf. Night bFwllf graduate of Bradford High occasion Corsages were also Cypress Street, Starke, after No invitations are being
oi Itttt Pd.. .Nyll. School. He served a two year presented to the mothers of residing the past 25 years in sent but all friends and neigh-
__ for Church of Jesus
Richard E. Welty mission Hie! couple Mrs.Lloyd Moselyand Lockport, N.Y. Mrs. Howe bors of the family are invitedto
Christ of Latter Day Saints Mrs. Oscar Davis. was formerly secretary to the attend.
Trail Restaurant church in Uruguay and
..
Attorney At Law Paraguay from 1974-76.
Hours 7 A.M. 10 P.M. Daily Including Sunday Both are now attending Sandra Ebling Luncheon Honoreeroom I
964-8050 Brigham Young University in
301 N, 783-3819 Lawtey Provo, Utah. r Miss Sandra Ebling whose The guests were greeted by held an arrangement of
The couple plans to marryin marriage to Jimmy Alvarezwas Mrs. White and invited into silk gladioli. Live plants were
April. 1978 in the Idaho an event of Nov. 12, was the family room for "before used at other points of interest -
Falls L.D.S. Templemnmcx. complimented at a dinner" refreshments and an throughout the party rooms.
........ U bridesmaid luncheon Friday, appropriate reading for the The dining room table
$2 $2l Nov. II, at the home of Mrs. honoree by Mrs. White The covered with a white imported
Olin White. coffee table in the family cutwork cloth. was centered
i the pro = with an arrangement of blue
M R2tnt I II IV= 01 and yellow silk morning
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u 1.1y glories placed on a gold
10 % OFF filigree framed mirror on
: : which were perched two
kissing angels.
: carpet cleaner : SALE The other two dining tables
were covered with whiteArmyNavy
a l\3iv''O' companyuu.e..n..M. November cloths and
.. ,. During cen-
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( rq In Your Dining Room .. ....ft.":..:.._........'!.' ... r On AllFurniture glories holding and blue greenery.silk morning Bridal

j .. ........----.....-..- .. Items seating place cards arrangements.marked the
Here's$2 00 OFF the
SUCH FAMOUS NAMES ASBASSETT : rental price call: : (Choirs, Stools Fire Place Screens were Hostesses Mrs. Maxie for the Carter.occasion Sr.,
Local Steamex Mrs. Clinton Barton and Mrs.
; GEORGIA CHAIR, TELL CITY, TROGDON' t.; : TEAL TILE & : Mirror rrt CloksEtc.. *. 1" \ {5-' white: 'f',1. ",I.:')T
( Needle Corsages were presented l to
& BRADFORD FURNITURE : CARPET : The Magic Miss Eblmg. Mrs. W.F.
Ebling. Mrs Harold Alvarez,
:U 139 E. Call 964-7423 and Mrs P.B. Johns mother
I 7 ; 1517 Bessent Rd. and grandmother of the

Do come in r.: $2 _Doe,:,.:,3'=' 1977=- $2 I I' 964-5149 Starke 964-6300 prospective Miss Ebling groom.received a four

.. a..aaa000 piece hostess set to her chosen
Let Us Show you how flatware from the hostesses as
a memento of the occasion.
? wehavecombed the Out-of-town guests were .
s Mrs. Gary Bruce Bakken of
j _'& I markets of the world Because your home Dudley. N.C., sister of the
honoree Miss Pam Rayburnof
for "Gracious Living"Get Sardis. Miss and Miss Amy
Kay Barton of Keystone
heating system lleights!
Sixteen guests were invitedto
attend.

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Airman and Mrs. Gary

Your Home Ready For it used to be. AFB Bakken Goldsboro of Seymour N.C.Johnson.were

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i 1 1 Xr and Mrs. A.B.
'' JOHN SHfal i and family of
were weekend
their son ,and
: Hill\ and Mrs.

Y Mrs.Lake.George

the State
convention in
; .6-4 and went on
to visit their
; and daughter. Mr
i Olar Crosoy .......;
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J'k ; weekend of Jacksonville with his

iui : Norma Canova.

Butler.'i;

J .- .. ,, :, '" '. *' .. ,,' ,. ., '," : ,..;b .'.:ih.8' ...::' of Chicago 111

I '8'8''S"R e'e't i r'e"d' R ai'f f 0 r'd'p.'p.'p.ri's"0 n Pie''a'a re're'"t'h'"t'h'"t'h'8'5 8'5 p'e"o'e"o'e"o'a't't'e'n'(Photo'' '''the by---.sixth.P.-McLmdon' ) l )"Mr.and Saturday and week family.Mrs.with to

annual Raiford Prison retiree barbecue get-together Saturday !
Employees Attend Reunion Nov. 12. at Sheriff John Whitehead' farm near Lake Butler.
Photo by R.P. McLendon. ;

Held Dance Scheduled After Game
Open House ;W'l/ouYnow; .. -

Fri. For Fri. In New -
State
ArmoryA Friends of Mrs. Garl Mrs. Curtis Sanders, ( ( ( ? ]
Farm RetireesOpen dance is scheduled after guitar Jerry Smith is on the Mathews will regret to hear of president Starke of the attended Woman's Clubof thePresident's ; '
death of her brother, Earl
the Bradford High bass and is a vocalist Jim the .
who died last Friday in Council meetingat
Hamilton plays the drums Hunt,
Suwannee football !
house and buffet High game Voorhees the rythym Sacramento, Calif. Mr. Hunt the Lake';ity Woman's ;
Craig
starting at 10 until 12:30
:
p.m. Club
supper was held last Friday a.m. in the new Armory on and Randy Pass is the .was a former resident of on Monday. *
night for the out-of-town State Edwards Road.A vocalist.The band is availablefor Starke while working for ; .
Farm retirees,who were here newly organized local five parties and gatherings, Humphries Powder Co. Mr. and Mrs. John Crews
mother-in-law
the annual Mrs.Doris
for reunion Whitehead ;
piece pop rock band, Kickback says Lamb last week
spent
of
Martel Johns
Saturday.The will Stan The Little Women's Club Miss ; '
provide
music.
delightful affair was Jacksonville visited her touring South Florida and
Whitehead plays the lead will serve refreshments at the ; Only
held at the home of Mrs. Eve dance. grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. visited Sea World Disney
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Godwin on E. Call street. The Maxie Carter, Sr. on Sunday. World Circus World, Busch fll.u S/Sit/
buffet table was covered witha Gardens and NASA Kennedy _. -
Irish linen and cutwork cloth Jjia IJou...Knoiu Mrs. F.J, Shaw spent Space Center. -
and centered with a Friday to Sunday with the
Thanksgiving arrangement of Dr. Larry Seymour of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Gene Shaw family in Orange
mixed fruits and vegetables. Minneapolis Minn was last Godwire returned Saturday Baldwin Chevrolet-Olds
Hostesses with Mrs. Godwin Wednesday guest of Mr. and after two weeks in Toledo Park.Mr.
were Mrs. James Barron, Mrs. J.D. Seymour. Joiningthe Ohio visiting their son and and Mrs. Maxie Carter
Mrs. H.M. Richarde and Mrs. family were Hal Seymourof family Mr. and Mrs. Ray Jr. and son,Brad visited their
J.R. Kite. Gainesville and Doug Goldwire and last week in son Keith, at FSU over the You Asked For It And You
An evening of renewing old Seymour of Jacksonville.Mrs. Waycross, Ga visiting Mrs. weekend and attended the
friendships was spent by the Elizabeth Goldwire.Mr. Jacksonville State and Troy
retirees. State football game at Troy It
and Mrs. Ralph E. State College, Ala. on Have It Here
Robert Tanner of
Saturday where Carlton Faulk
Retired TeachersTo Brown of Redkey Ind. were
visited Mrs. J.H.
Baldwin
weekend guests of Mr. and plays on the Troy State Team. .
Fields last Thursday. 4
Mrs. George W. Brown while
Meet
TodayIn
enroute to South Florida for Mrs. Henry Godwin Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Gerry Gibsonof Ruth Johnson Mrs. Clyde
the winter.
Lake ButlerThe Merritt Island spent the Sinclair and Mrs. John Sch- '
weekend with his parents, Mr. midt were in Lakeland last
and Mrs. LH Gibson and Mr. and Mrs. Ogden Batesof Saturday and Sunday at- More Car For Lea Moruty9'
Bradford-Union Retired attended the Kentucky-UF Jacksonville were weekend tending the Florida Con-
Teachers Association will guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robbie of United Methodist
game. ference
meet 11:30: Thursday a.m. at, Nov.the 17 First, at Shaller. Women. 1977 Olds 98 Regency 4-Dr SedanSolid

Methodist Church in Lake
Butler for a covered dish whit with light blue vinyl top and blue velour Interior. This fin* car has
luncheon and meeting.All only 12,000 mllt on It and sold new this year for aver $9,500.

retired teachers are This Weekend. ONLY $7,995
invited to attend Save .


Vickie Creamer, 1977 Olds 88 Royal 4-Dr SedanFlrethorn .

rd paint with whit doe kin vinyl top, red velour Interior. Check
Perry PhillipsTo this car out before paying more somewhere.!.*. Only 15,000 mil*. M'V

how toavoid : ) 'il..H.--H
Wed Nov. 23 Save This Weekend. .ONLY $5,995


Creamer Mr. and of Lawtey Mrs. James announcethe E. theholiday 1977 Chev. Caprice Classic 4-Dr SedanLight

engagement and approaching -
marriage of their green paint with green velour Int.rlor, V8 auto trans. Air Cond. Power
,Vickie Lee to Perry
daughter
Phillips of Jacksonville.Miss rushStart window Only 17,000 mil*.. almost like nw.

graduate Creamer of Bradford is a High 1977 Save This Weekend. ONLY $5,795

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School.Mr.
Phillips a graduate of 1977 Chevrolet Monte Carlo Coupe
Dupont High School and at- .

tended two Florida years and Junior received Collegefor a your holiday calling early with long Flrthorn red with whit vinyl top. Lat of the Big Monty Only 17,000 mil**.

degree He is presently in Associate employed Science.as a distance savings. Karen Powell, Long Distance Save This Weekend. ONLY $5,895

machinist for Kaiser Operator suggests you call one or two days

Corp.Aluminum of Jacksonville.and Chemical before to beat the heavy traffic and avoid 1976 Chevrolet Camaro Coupe

The wedding will be an the possible delay caused by busy circuits. Dark Blue with white vinyl Interior. AM-FM ft Top. Sport Mirrors and rally
event of Nov. 23 at the home of
whl This I with mil .
a one owner only 21,000 **
the prospective groom in'
Jacksonville. Visit with far loved ones eveningsafter
away Save This Weekend. ONLY $4,895

DUPLICATE BRIDGE five..and save 35% on out-of-state calls.
CLUB RESULTSMr. weekends..andsave 1976 Chevrolet Monte Carlo Coupe
and Mrs. Jim Womackwere Call nights after eleven or on

the winning couple at 60%. This holiday can be happier by Silver paint with black doe skin top. Black vinyl Interior and port stria**. Also
Duplicate Bridge Tuesday a one owner car with only 21,000 mile
night. Mrs. S.W. Hamilton and sharing the; good times.

and Mrs. F.J.Jack Shaw Burnette were second and Save This Weekend. ONLY $4795

Charlie Riddle were third. (c\T::;Continental Telephone 1975 Mercury Monarch 4Dr SedanLight

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You in Touchfor
Keeping blue with dark blue vinyl top. 6 cyl. auto tran*. P. steering and air cond.
Better TomorrowAn
a Another one own.r with 22,000 mile
2)Jy aaLMow . Equal Opportunity Employer

Starke Save Th is Weekend. ONLY $3,495
Mrs. L.J. Green of

and Miami son.Mr.Archie and Mrs.Green R.D.of 1974 Chevrolet Caprice Estate Wagon

Cunningham and daughter,
Marla and Misses Karen This I Is a 9 pa**. with all the power options available from Chevrolet. Also a
Williams Connie ,Triest and ,, on. owner. Clean light green wagon.
Pam Farris of Keystone .
"
Heights attended the UF- .' Save This Weekend ONLY $2,995
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Kentucky game Saturday.Mrs. ,' .

Paul Hoose of Miami,
Mrs. Betty Rowland of Coral g SPECIAL.
Gables and Mrs.Bryan Mooreof k. .
Gainesville were Sunday r
guests of Mr and Mrs.. W.S. .!/ "

Haas. Q If ever you have detlred the very bait In a personal luxury car. check out '

Bob Haag of Warner the special savings offvred this weekend on a very limited edition wr
Robbins Ga. spent the -w- Toronado XS from Oldimobil. W* have two of these 77 model left to
weekend with his brother-in- chaos from [one flrethorn r.d and a light blue one]. Completely loaded '
law and sister. Mike and with roof,
Patricia Pruitt in Lake Butler .qulpm.nt Including sliding sun
with his mother. Mrs. Call.' .
Buller at Kingsley Lake and -- ; iw Check with any of our salesmen for the d.al of a lifetime' on one of the*. fine
other friends and relatives in : -_ automobiles. p
Starke. .- ;*. \ ;' pf f
_
R.P. McLendon joined Mrs.
McLendon: Nov. 5 at Blowing
Rock N.C. where she had
been visiting their son and
family. Mr. and Mrs. Jim .N
McLendon for six weeks. The ous
McLendons returned home : /r-1 = / F i .
Nov. 8.

Mr and Mrs. W.R. Royster
of North Augusta S.C. will be
301 NORTH PB0N1 961i-7500
and
weekend guests of Mr.
Mrs. Drew Reddish and .
family. STARKE, FLORIDA

Jerry Lawson of Fort
Walton was Sunday overnight
of his mother Mrs.. a
: guest -a: +KxruiM i
- Ewell Lawson.




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Rhoden I Kelli Whaley and Danny Luke

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Church ij Wed Oct. 29 at Heilbronn Baptist

\ Emma Ann Allen becamethe gladioli. In the backgroundwere Taylor. Gloria Strickland 1 Is at Kt. 2, Box 79M
1\ bride of Dennis James two heart shaped golden Marilyn McCallum cousin 01 i'' { .1 Kelll Marie Whaley of Little Midi Whaley sisterof residing
1 Rhoden on Saturday Nov. 5, candelabra with burning the bride and Kay Allen w ,..Starke daughter of Mr. and the bride was flower girl Starke.Thebride is a 1977 graduateof
and dressed similar to the
sister of the bride was a junior Mrs. T.G. Whaley of Tampa was
School and is
bridesmaid.The and Danny Lavelle Luke son maid of honor with beige hat Bradford High
maid of honor and at- of Mr. and Mrs. W.P. Luke of with coral ribbon and carrieda employed at Bradford County.,':
tendants were gowned alike in Starke were united in basket of fall flower petals. Hospital.
light blue quiana gowns with marriage Oct. 29 at 8 p.m. at The bride given in Mr. Luke graduated from
Bradford School in 1972
High
roll over collar and handkerchief the Heilbronn Springs Baptist marriage by her father wore
sleeves tapered to a Church. a white silk gown with V-neck, and is employed by Bell
point in the back:They wore Rev.E.C. Harvey of Law tey empire style overlayed with Electric in Keystone Heights.
white lace with seed
performed the nuptials. chantilly
dried and silk flower head-
pieces in their hair and Decorating the altar were pearls in the lace design and First Freeze
& two baskets of fall flowers bishop sleeves with lace cuffs.
carried arm bouquets of dried i against a background of two I Her fingertip veil was securedto
fall flowers with blue clivia a lace RecordedAt
candle trees candle arch and a matching headpiece.She
silk flowers. U greenery. The family pews carried a cascade bouquetof
The bride, given in were marked with fall colored fall colored roses and fall
N marriage by her father worea WA1 pew bows and greenery. flowers.A BlandingThe
Victorian style gown of A1 Presenting a program of reception was held in the season's first freezing
i white silk organza accentedby nuptial music were Ray church Fellowship hall. Daisy temperature arrived on
...r; seed pearls on the dress 1 Norman pianist, and Kathy Boch greeted the guests at the November 12 when the official
bodice.' Appliques of chantilly Taylor soloist. door and the bride's book was weather station at WPXE in
r- lace adorned the round yoke I ; Guy Padgett attended as kept by Pam Griffis and Tract Starke recorded a low of 31
and high neckline and accented best man. Ushers were Dennis Smith cousins of the bride. before sunrise.
the long tapered Rhoden, Donnie Wise and The bride's table was Camp Blanding recorded its
sleeves. Tiny Venise rose lace Richard Sapp. covered with a white linen lowest reading of the current
flowed down the gown from Miss Lynn Whaley, sister of cloth with white lace overlayand cold snap Monday morningwith
the waist to the hem forming 4 \ the bride was maid of honor. centered with a four a reading of 32. Starke
rr princess panels. A deep She wore a beige A-line gown tiered wedding cake topped was one degree warmer with
border of chantilly lace with scooped neckline and with fresh fall flowers. 33.*
bordered the skirt hem and flowing lace collar. She wore a Magdalene Griffis aunt of the Low readings for the five-
chapel train. Her waltz length vi beige hat with coral ribbon bride cut the cake and was day period from Friday
mantilla veil was trimmed in and carried two large coral assisted by Angie Griffis through Tuesday morningwere
matching lace and attached to colored mums. cousin of the bride. : Nov. 11, Blanding 38,
r a Juliet cap. She carried a Jana Whaley sister of the The punch table was Starke 35; Nov. 12. Blanding
nosegay of dried flowers with bride; Margaret Smith, covered with a white lace 32, Starke 31, Nov.
,' : light blue clivia silk flowers cousin of the bride and cloth with side sweep of fall 13. Blanding 33, Starke 36;
S and wore diamond earrings a Darlene Luke, sister of the flowers. The crystal punch Nov. 14, Blanding 32, Starke
I gift from the groom. groom were bridal at. bowl contained apricot mist 33; Nov. 15, Blanding 36,
Little Miss Gayle Douglaswas tendants. They wore coral A- punch. Presiding at the punch Starke 39.Bradford.
hw flower girl and Ed line gowns with scooped neckline table were June Griffis auntof County's three fire
r i Douglas was ringbearer.A and flowing lace collar. the bride and Cindy Smith, towers reported the following
ii i reception was held in the They wore beige hats with cousin of the bride. rainfall totals for the first 15
church Fellowship Hall. Miss Mr. and coral ribbon and carried one Following a wedding trip to days of November: Louis Hill
a'". Lynn Pierce kept the bride's Mrs. Danny Luke large coral colored mum. Gatlinburg.!, Tenn. the couple (Highland) 1.2 inches-

Standing in the receiving
':- ; line were the bride and groom

tt',' and their parents. S WE WANT YOU TO -
Mrs. George Canova and
"r' '!4" Cindy Canova provided back-
Ay 'r1 groupcf; music during the El FOOD I
reception. Pantry 1 LB BAG

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. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Rhodenat baskets of dried and fresh fall aW.NNIN
flowers and greenery. .
8 p.m. at a wedding cere- tapers an arch of greenery The bride's table was
mony performed by Rev. BenP. asparagus fern and bamboo. covered with a white satin FAIR '
Bryant in the First Baptist The pews were marked with cloth and centered with a four i442fj4j'J.
Church. bouquets of fall flowers. tiered cake with a flowing
The bride is the daughter of Presenting a program of fountain on the bottom layer.
Mr.and Mrs. Robert E. Allen. nuptial music were Mrs. The cake was topped with a
Jr. of Starke. The groom is the George Canova, organist bride and groom which also SUPERMARKETS SAVE SOC
son of Mr. and Mrs.William Miss Cindy Canova Pianist. topped the bride's parents
Rhoden of Starke. ?. and Miss Kathy Taylor and wedding cake. Mrs. Charles
As the guests arrived they Mrs. Eddie Douglas soloists. McCallum and Mrs. Bobby L. PILLSBURY ,,, .
signed the guest book on the Dwayne Hardee attended as Taylor cut the cake. QUALITY to BASIC BUNDT BREYERS So
porch of the church and were best man. Ushers were Danny The groom's cake was a
given wedding programs by Luke Gary Norman. Ken replica of a fire truck made of FILM i i '
Miss Lynn Moxley.Highlighting Fuqua Bobby Milner and chocolate with red icing. The CAKE MIX CREAM'
the altar was a Scott Allen brother of the cake was flanked by "Starke DEVELOPINGuN LJ CE
central golden archway with bride. Fire Department" on one side NIIW4N.NNa PHOTO FWtttHINa lain GERMAN CHOCOLATE a
two baskets at the sides Miss Karen Rhoden of and "Ann and Dennis Nov. 5, 10.. *Nn1N111,0./7.r171COLgIMMTnW. DEVILS I FOOD ASSORTED FLAVORS
holding dried and fresh fall Valdosta. Ga., served as maidof 1977" on the other side. The 1&D& : _
flowers including shasta honor. Bridal attendantswere cake was served by Mrs. Neil WITH :
daisies pompoms and Kathy Locke Kathy Crawford and Mrs. Phillip COUPON TO I j nFF: : -Sge I $ 1 I59

"- - Kelly Serving cousin punch at of the the groom'stable bride. RIGHT :il; ._..___::_:_::.:. =H'M'I ....._..'" K.1)1 \

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Presiding at the other punch

WOULD YOU CALLIf Moxley table Mrs. were E.W.and Gina Hodges Misses Brown.directedthe Lynn PANTRY PRIDE 100 SAVE COUNT 500 .

wedding.
a friend or neighbor asked you to Assisting in serving and
help in making funeral arrangements caring for the guests were
would you know which funeral directoris Mrs. Harry Hatcher, Jr., Mrs.
best able to ? At such Sonny Tenly Mrs. Joan TEA BAGS .
time
serve a is is Chitty, Mrs. Lucille Godwin vycisa
helpful toiknow that DeWitt C. Jones Mrs. F.W. Strickland and ?
Funeral Home offers complete facilitiesand Mrs. Kenneth Grider. gads
conscientious personal service at Tiny rice baskets were
moderate prices. handed out by Little Misses

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breath and rust dried MI1.,, p_ COMPARE -::.::.:".:r' :w' hoiden Pantry Pride Flour 49C 20'
Harold Johnson flowers. /furl COCKTAIL .
Following a wedding trip to 1N/N_.- in qI Black Pepper 59* 10MinHMwshmaTlows '
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004-6200 Stark ktytton Hgt*. I Bradford County Telegraph. IN* ttlMMlMI Hot Cocoa Mix ggt 1D'
473-3175 !Mr. Rhoden is a captain at CORN 100I
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!. National Guard Unit To Observe Anniversary I .,., ." .. .. .., ".. ... ... .


This weekend Saturday and Armory under unit com deceased; Tasco Lee, Merrill to assist the unit personnel In Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo. and
Sunday,Nov. 19 and 20, will bea mander Richard G. Kidd, Jr. Edwards and Robert W. recruiting.. Ft.. Lee, Va."Persons .- '', ..
busy weekend for the local National Guard personnel Drake, who retired from the "National Guard payrollsmean who enlist without ii'i, ,,'.;.; .
National Guard Unit in director CW4 Alvert L. Guard February 1977. a great deal to this !'prior service go away five or ,:: ;j ;;:{::': ; : '
<:. training for those two days Crosby, then Sergeant Major Crosby said unit com community," said J.E. six months active duty ..\.;.\' !\ ... ;i ;; .. .
and recognition of the 31st Crosby and then 1st SergeantCliff manders since then have been Tomlinson member of the training," said SSG John W. }kti'I'I.\.p!)\R jf, ',' ..\' '.'.'..
I' anniversary of the formation.of Hazen remember the captains Hugh B. Ingram, Bradford County Chamber of Hersey. "While away they ,....".a..i.\.I: \ : ; ;J'i \ .. : ''-t''
a post WW II unit. names of some of the 12 men Randall F. Chitty, Drew F. Commerce and guard take basic training and advanced '.:: ;;;>(! .)\\) '
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Nov. 19, 1946 Headquarters in the unit. Those recalled in Reddish, James F. Blood- member. trainingand : ,: \ I
Co. 2nd Battalion, 124 Infantry addition to Kldd are: W.C. worth, Richard 11. Jockel, Anyone wanting to see the return home and resume .>;. "".'\ _
." was reactivated at old Starke Rhoden, Theodore Goodge! James R. Reddish, Robert L. full time recruiter may reach week-end training with the _
Kelly and current commander Macarages at the armory or 'unit
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David L. Bennett. Those officers call 9645320. The unit has a "This training qualifies ____
J' .' I still in the Guard and ,few vacancies for those that them for their job In tilt
:" .. assignments are: Lt. Col. can qualify for enlistment National Guard and ofter ,
-'- James F. Bloodworth, Camp said-vCrosby. qualifies them for a job it .
W : Blanding Major James R. unit will conduct civilian life," said SFC n >
Reddish Guard Hdq. in Jax. weekend training Nov. 19, 20 Richard A. Underhill,
'ilGJf:3: lJ il0'ilm pOD( ( Major Richard Jockel and and will be repairing equip- operations sergeant.
ment and classes Guard members ''
St. Augustine Capt. Robert L. conducting are 'paid
Especially For You Kelly, Guard lIdCIn in1 various trades as auto full time Army pay while on
Jacksonville, and David L. mechanics, welders, wrecker active duty training. They
A
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4., While the local National and machinist, said unit weekend training period. ,
'i Guard unit, the 631st Main- commander Bennett. Members also use the
'sII ESPumpkin I Lemon, tenance Company, has over The unit has 16 members on recreational facilities at

d i Meringue, Coconut, 200 members SFC. George A. active duty training at various Camp Blanding -- Macarages will be on active army bases in Ft Jackson, Those'away on active dut)
.1 Meringue, Mincemeat; duty (full time duty) this week S.C. and Ft. McClellan Ala.. are: Albert L. Batten, Jr., Nov. 19 will be the 31st anniversary of the Starke National Guard Unit Headquarters Co..2nd
Dewyen T. Clark, Shelton L. Battalllon 124 Infantry formed Nov.19, 1946. .
Apple, Cherry Peach, Dell, Irvin J. Frazier, Gerard .. Identified In the picture are Cpt R.G. Kidd 1 Sgt., T.C. Hazen, Jr., AI Crosby W.C, Rhoden.
Dinner Pecan, & Yam POULTRY MANURESPREAD A. Hendrieth, Herbert .M. Theodore Goodge, (deceased)Tasco Lee, Robert W. Drake and Merrill Edwards.
d Her res, Charles T. Ledbetter,
ON YOUR PROPERTY Harriett L. Middleton, ;Joe I
RollsPotato DUMPED ON YOUR PROPERTY Middleton Robert E. Pat
PICKED UP BY YOU terson, III, Jane Proctor, Brooker NewsBy
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House, GruthoiiM Spreader Service will be eleenlog Mr. WlOUrn Jeanette Prescott
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Or Pan Rolls. e.......tbia.s.t.rl.l,pleue oil ui at,; Personnel leaving soon for
active duty training are: Brooker City Council Personals: School Lunch Menu r
.' 904/475-1458 Or I904/378-0870 .DrUm. Linda Holland, Ft. McClellanfor Meeting: Mr. & Mrs. C.R. Croft.of St. November 21-22
Decorated Cakes automotive repair school; Marshall Kenneth Twiss, Petersburg visited their .MONDAY: Meat sauce
GREATHOUSE SPREADER SERVICE Ernest E. Tanner, III, Ft. purchased a 1972 Ford from Sister,Mrs. Eva Harrell from with spaghetti, greek salad
And Cookies Rte Jackson, S.C. to-attend radio Gainesville Regional Utilitiesfor Tuesday to Thursday, Nov. 8- peaches, rolls, milk.
\ SItr RM.* Evbto 3261 repair school; James Reed $725. It had 34,000 miles on 10.Tues. they all visited, Mrs. TUESDAY: Roast turkey
and Jimmie Tyson to Ft. Dix, it.Twiss said it runs good.The Kate Williams, In Worthington with gravy, buttered peas
N.J., to auto repair school. Council ,approved $235. to Springs, Wed. they visited sweet potato pie, mashed
paint the car green on the their cousins, Mr. & Mrs. Sam potatoes, cranberry sauce,
bottom & white on top and Lee, at Hampton Lake. Mrs. biscuit, milk. .
ABOUT THANKSGIVING: .. repair a few rusty spots. Get a Harrell, spent 3 weeks There will be no School for
spare tire and a jack and a recently with her daughter the students, Wed.Thurs. &
FOOD single rotating bubble light for Mr. & Mrs. Paul Emery, and Fri. for the Thanksgiving
BROAD BREASTED 10 LBS & UP $80 and two decals to go on the family in Quincy.Fuqua Holidays.
front doors of the police car
for $14 and purchase a
1 QUICK FROENU.S.D.A Motorola Radio costing about Wife On Junket To Europe .
YOUNG $650 or lease, if the cost is less
I than purchase. The total was
GRADE A FAIR
about 1715.00 leaving about Florida Rep. Don Fuqua wife's way out of private
? $650 in the town police budget, and his wife were on a week- resources. The party left the
said Twi !. long trip to Paris, London and Washington area on a military
TURKEYSFROZEN A. .Ung Mayor, George other points in what has been airplane Sunday Nov. 6 and
Pierce, announced the termed by a congressional returned..Sunday, Nov. 13.
.' SUPERMARKETSALSO Brooker city streets are paid committee as a fact-finding
..< for in full.Something. journey. The Gainesville Sun Fuqua is a frequent traveler
;
/ Lr1 GRADE A FRESHLARGE AVAILABLE FOR YOURPEA' happened to the reported Friday Nov. 11, to Europe, courtesy of his
: HOLIDAY NEEDS: SMOKED TURKEYS American Flag, city clerk, from its Washington, D.C. committee assignments. Last
1 RITZ Eva Clark, will write bureau. year the Rep. and Mrs. Fuqua
CAPONS e STUFFED TURKEYS e Congressman Don Fuqua for Fuqua and two other spent over $2,000 in public
; BUTTERBALL TURKEYS S LARGE ROASTING one to replace it. congressmen traveled funds on a tour that included
PIE SHELLS CHICKENS e TURKEY courtesy of the taxpayers as sightseeing in Rome and
EGGS SATING Surprise Birthday Party: members the house com- London and a weekend with
FARMER GRAY SELF B < Tiny, Sue Hodge & Penny mittee on government relatives in Munich, as well as
Jakab Hosted a surprise operations.Fuqua's. congressional business.
YOUNG TURKEYS birthday party, honoring, top aide Herb The official purpose of that
99c .. Tiny's brother, Pete Hodge, Wadsworth. said the trip was to tour European
.:::: -' 59c USD flOAD A.ORAOE KEAITID A 10 LBS for his 14 birthday. Wed. Nov. congressman is paying! his space facilities.
5 PAK
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250z DOZEN WITH AUTOMATIC POOP TIMER uj night Nov.. 11, at his Grandparents "... .. -. ...... Servicemen ..- II
home, Mr. & Mrs.
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j > A tending were Rev. .& Mrs. Trimm Completes the procedures for safe t.
i... .. tIJIDA -- _PANTRY -. -: Hershel Markham &Joy Pete *. Torpedo Maintenance' handling pre-firJng ...
M & Sue Hodge & Children, Sue Navy Torpedoman's Mate' preparation overhaul and
'= PRIDEOUICN Ann Tammy, & Danny Ray, Seaman Bruce E. Trimm son preventive intenance of the
BONELESS BEEF and David Wayne, Susie of Mr. and Mrs. Edward J.: submarine-launched weapon.
KING SIZEBREAD" Welch, Jimmie Mann Eddie Trimm of Route 1, Box 616 Archie Assigned
SAVE41CALB SAVE 24C Varnes Ann& Rhanda Truett. Lake Butler, has completedan to Ft. limning'
ROUNDSTEAKS $ Every one had a good time advanced torpedo main Ft. Benning Ga.-Private
they all sang happy birthdayto tenance course. Larry E. Martin son of Mr.
Pete and Rev. Markham The 14-week course was and Mrs. Willie G. Archie,
$138 411PEAT whose birthday was Friday, conducted at the Naval Route 1, Melrose, Fla.,
Nov. 11. Training Center, Orlando recently was assigned as a
20oz LOAF Fla. Students received Instruction mechanic with the 586th
on the electrical Engineer company at Ft.

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CHURCH'ACTIVITIES ,NORTHSIDE BAPTIST: LAWTEY Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson and ford, Sr., Mrs. Flossie Rosier, .

CHURCH OF GOD Sunday School 10 a.m. Wor- her daughter, Mrs. Daisy and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Green
: Sunday
:nteractud wn'be
the annual picnic for the hours of parties given
attended between 00am.:
School 1Q) a.m. Worship Ser- ship Services 11 a.m. and 7 loch and her niece Sue
retired employees of the and 2:00: on November 28, an opportunity to be fully heard.
p.m.
vices 11 a.m. p.m. Prayer Meeting Wed- By Elizabeth Terry Smiht, were Friday overnightand Prison at the
Prayer Meeting Wednesday nesday at 7 Phone Saturday guests of Mrs. Florida State 1977.
7 p.m. : 782-1300 Whitehead Farm on By DIRECTION of Chairman.
p.m. YPE Friday at 7 p.m. ST. JOHN'S MISSIONARY Mr. and Mrs. Harold Eunice Brown's family consist of Maines Griffis and family, John PAULA F. HAWKINGS,
Saturday. GILBERT S. BROWN, CLERK
EVERGREEN BAPTIST: BAPTIST: Sunday School 10 visited their sister-in-law. three children. The oldest one'Is and Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Secrest of Fort Commissioner WILLIAM H.
Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. married and Griffis and family of Palatka. Ralph CIRCUIT COURTBy
a.m. Wor- Mrs. Viola Godwin, and Tim who Is week with BEVIS and Commissioner
Lauderdale spent a Beulah M.
ship Services 11 a.m. and 7 and 3 pm. on second and family of Maxville last Sun- teaches school in Hillsville, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Mrs. Rossie : Moody, Deputy WILLIAM T. MAYO, as and
Clank
his grandmother
p.m. Training Union 6 p.m. fourth Sundays. Prayer Band day afternoon. Va. They have one daughter, Rushing, Jr. of Jacksonvillewere constituting the Florida Public
Prayer Meeting Wednesday at Monday at noon. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Norman Jennifer who is ill. kinder guests of Mr. and Mrs. Reddish.Mrs. James Waters, Mrs. Itchfl 11/17 Service Commission, this 12th

7p.m. SMYRNA MISSIONARY and sons and Mrs. Darlene garten. His wife is a nurse. Bill Dobbs and family on J.S. Waters, Mrs. Danny ------------- :lay of October, 1977,
The church finished a weeks BAPTIST: Sunday School 10 Norman and sons were The next one is Mary who is a Sunday.Mr. and Mr. and Mrs.
revival on Sunday night. Their a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. Thursday overnight guests of nurse and who is married to and Mrs. Ronnie Mc. Waters, attended IN THE CIRCUIT COURT William B. Demilry
speaker was Rev. Terry Cran- and 7 pm. BTS 5:45: p.m. their cousins Mr. and Mrs. Danny Holman.. They have a Clellan and sons, Darin and Buford the Higginbotham wedding of Mrs. EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN Commission Clerk
ford of Brooker. Prayer Meeting Wednesday at Roy Smith of Seveille. They daughter Windy who Is 3 years Paul of Vidalia Ga., Mr. and James Waters' niece, Miss AND FOR BRADFORD 1T 1119IN
FIRSTBAPTIST CHURCH: 7 p.m. attended the funeral of their old. The 3rd one is Douglaswho Mrs. Robert McClellan and Schmehl of Jacksonville COUNTY, FLORIDA.
Sunday School 9:45: a.m.' uncle Earl Harvey, on Friday. works for Sherwin- son, Jeff, of Heilbronn Dianne afternoon. CASE NO. 77-486 --------------
Worship Services 11 a.m. and SCHOOL NEWS Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Williams. His wife Is a Lab Springs, and their grandson on Saturday, DIVISION
Parents are reminded that Randall Reddish of State ----------.---
7:30: p.m. Training Union 6:30: J.F. Robertson will be sur- Technician. They live in : THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
p.m. Prayer Meeting on school will be out on Tuesday prised to learn that they sold Marion, Va. Farm were Sunday dinner Theressa News FEDERAL NATIONAL MOR- THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR-
Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. afternoon November 22, for their home and farmland to Mrs.' Brenda Scalf and guests of their parents, Mr. TGAGE ASSOCIATION, a CUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND
Rev. David Brown of West the Thanksgiving Holidays. Mrs. Faye Strickland and daughter were Thursday and Mrs. Les McClellan.Mr. --------- corporation, Plaintiff, FOR BRADFORD COUNTY.
Jefferson, N.C. accepted a Classes will begin on Monday, family and her father, dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly by Cheryl Douglass -va-
call as full time pastor of the November 28. Thomas Ursry, of Jackson- Gene Hall of Bronsoa While attended the annual dinner for Phone 473-2421 IRENE W. HARRINGTON, CIVIL ACTION CASE NO. 77-
church and he and his wife Mrs. Sexton's and Mrs. ville. The Robertsons movedto there they attended a yard Retired Prison Employees at a/k/a 463
moved on the field Nov. 7. A Tatum's third grade classes, Jacksonville and the sale at WIlliston. the John Whitehead Farm on HOPE CHURCH NEWS (RENEW. FERGERSON et al..
cordial invitation have ended a unit on letter Saturday.Mrs. Sunday school 10 a.m.
is extendedto Stricklands are from Elder A.E. Massey and Defendants. IN RE: The Marriage of
writing. The final of the. Dean Traylor was the toddler's and children's
Baptists and others to part Jacksonville. Grandson Dan Massey, at- ANNAH. MESSER Petitioner
worship with us. unit involved a visit to the Terry Futch of Jacksonville tended a Homecoming at honoree at a stork shower church 11 a.m., old church NOTICE OF ACTIONTO "
-ve-
FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH local post office and the Beach visited his aunt, Miss Southside Baptist Church at given by the United Methodist morning worship, 11 a.m., : IRENE W. EDWARD E. MESSER.' SR.,
: Radio Program on students had an opportunity to Elizabeth Terry, for .a short Winter Haven last Sunday, a Women at thu home of Mrs. new church Sunday night ser- HARRINGTON, a/k/a Irene W. Respondent.
WPXE 8 a.m. Sunday. Bible write a letter to President while on Friday afternoon. He church Massey helped to Hubert Priest on Tuesday vice 7:15: Wednesday night Fergerson; the unknown
School 10 a.m. Worship Ser Carter and mail it on and Tom Tatum Jr., went organize more than 40 years morning. She received many prayer meeting 7:30: p.m, spouse, heirs and devisees of NOTICE OF ACTIONTO
vices 11 a.m. and 6:30: p.m. November 9th. hunting Friday night and ago and from which he was lovely gifts and after she choir practice; Junior choir !Irene W. Harrington a/k/a Irene
Prayer meeting Wednesday at Mrs. Silberman's class has Saturday. ordained to preach the gospel. opened her gifts, a delightful 530pm.: Sunday night; Adult W. Fergerson; RICHARD : EDWARD E. MESSER.SR. .
6:30: p.m. been studying about Thanks- Mr.and Mrs.! John Sincheraof They had a wonderful time. luncheon was served. choir 6:30: Wednesday night ALLEN O'NEAL the unknown ., whose residence Is
GRACE UNITED giving and visited the library Saddlebrook, N.J. were Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Ayers Mr. and Mrs. Jerry choir practice 8:30: p.m. spouse, heirs and devisees of unknown:
METHODIST: Sunday School for an explanation of the guests of Mrs Elva Reddish and Paula Shockley of Leturmy and son, of Delray Bible Club for children Richard Allen O'Neal.
9:45: a.m. Worship Services 11 "horn of plenty." Thursday and Friday on their Jacksonville visited Rev. and Beach were Saturday dinner grades one and up Is held each YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat
and Several classrooms have guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earl after school in the ARE NOTIFIED that
a.m. 7:30: p.m. Choir way to Fort Lauderdale Mrs. David Brown on Tuesday YOU an an action for dissolution of
practice at 7 p.m. and begun to decorate their attend a wedding.. Saturday afternoon. Troxell and family. rolling chapel at the old action to foreclose a mortgageon marriage has been filed against
Methodist Youth Fellowship classes for the Thanksgivingseason Mrs. Kathy Melton came Mrs. Lucille T. Ivey went church grounds. the following property in in the Circuit Court of the
Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. .with replicas of Mrs. Jimmy Hogan of through surgery okay and is home with Mrs. Vera Garner Bradford County Florida: you Judicial Circuit of the
Eighth
pilgrims and turkeys made Jacksonville Mrs. Hester of Montgomery Ala. and will 4-11
Rev. Will Wright will making good The
progress. State of Florida,in and for Brad-
conduct a 3 day revival Nov. from pine cones. Hicks and their niece Mrs. family wishes to thank each spend a week with her. Nov.8 the Theressa 4-H held Commence at the Northeast and
ford County, are requested
you
17-19 at the Lamont United Lula Durham, also of one for their interest and Mr, and Mrs. Les McClellanand its monthly meeting. They corner of the South 1/2 of the to serve a of your
copy
Methodist Church at Lamont, LUNCH MENU Jacksonville were Tuesday prayers. daughter, Mrs. Maxie elected the new officiers for Southwest 1/4 of the Northeast if it
defenses to
,
Fla. / Week of Nov. 21-22 dinner guests of their sister Mrs C.R. Crews spent two Reddish, of State Farm ((977-78 term as follows: 1/4 of the Sourthwest 1/4 of the written Petitioner, whose any name and on
The church will have its MONDAY: Chili with beans, Mrs. O.J. Anders. weeks with her son-in-law and visited Mr. McClellan's president, Tammy Baldree; Section :22, Township 6 South, ANNA H.
address
are:
tossed salad, cheese breadsticks Mr. and Mrs. Hub Harley mother, Mrs. W.H. Hall in St. 547
annual Thanksgiving Dinnerat daughter Mr. and Mrs. vice-president Cindy Jordan, Range 22 East and run West MESSER 1122 South 15 St..
the church Saturday night, apple crisp milk. Mrs. Della Tnbula Jimmy Tommy Clayton, and son, Lukes Hospital Jacksonville secretary-treasurer, Charlene feet; thence run South 1448 Palatka, Fl. 32077
and TRIP: Spice ham sandwich, Thompson and Miss Debbie on Saturday afternoon. Beam Mike Jor. feet of
Nov. 19, 'plans to have Tom of Jacksonville. ; reporter, to a point beginning;
butter and jelly sand- Derry of Buffalo N.Y. Blaine Mr. and Mrs. Vaughan dan and refreshments South 100
smoked and baked turkey. All peanut Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Me- ; Mary thence continue feet and file the original with the
wich, potato chips banana Thompson and his mother Prescott and family of Ann Miller. West 179.5 feet
thence
church members are Invited. and: Clellan and sons Darin and run ; Dark of the above-styled Courton
HIGHLAND BAPTIST: milk. Mrs. Alma Thompson, Paul of Vidalia, Ga.,spent the Kingsley Lake, Mr. and Mrs. 4-H projects and leaders thence run North 100 feet; or before 11723, 1977. Other-
Sunday School 10 a.m. Wore TUESDAY: Hot dog on bun Mrs. Verdie Johns, Mr. and weekend with their parents, Frederick Prescott Mrs. cake decorating Mrs. thence run East 179.5 feet to the wise a judgment be entered
ship Services 11 a.m. and 6 ketchup, mustard, baked Mrs. Edwin Starling Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Les McClellanand Darlene Norman and sons, Sullivan; sewing, Mary Point of Beginning, for may the relief
p.m. Prayer Meeting Wed- beans, cole slaw, jello, milk. Mrs. Doyle Starling Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Ma- Sweat Russell Prescott, .Mr. and Hersey; macrame, Mrs. against demanded you in the complaint or
nesday at 7:30: p.m. Mrs. Guy Anderson and Mrs. of Raiford. Mrs. Floyd Norman and son, Barbara Griffis; beginning has been filed against you and
LAURA BAPTIST: Sunday PERSONALS Wilma Wainwright attendeda Mr. and Mrs. James Andersof and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Nor. electrician, Mr. Sullivan. you are required to serve a copy petition.WITNESS hand and the
School 10 a.m. Worship Services CORRECTION : Oral fish fry at the home of Mr: Palatka came after their man and sons were, Sunday Meetings are on the second of your written defenses if any, seal of said Court my on October 26,
11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. Tanner and not Carl Tanner and Mrs. Freeman Starling, mother, Mrs. O.J. Anders on dinner guests of their parents Tuesday of every month at7.30pm to it on Donald M. Boiling, plaintiff's 1977.
Prayer Meeting Wednesday at won a Turkey at the Lawtey at Sampson Lake on Friday Wednesday and she visited Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Nor : attorney, whose address is GILBERT S. BROWN

7:30: p.m. Dixie Youth Turkey shoot on Oct. 28.Rev. with them until they broughther man.Mr. 505 Florida Title Building, As Dark of the Court
Saturday Nov. 5. and Mrs. David home on Saturday night. and Mrs. Cecil CrawWant PERSONALS' Jacksonville, Florida 32202 on

The ladies 01 me cuiiunui..>j a before December 15 1977 By: Marian McRae
met at the Community Center and file the original with the As Deputy Clerk
Nov 9 for their orgamza tion of clerk of this court either before

Home Economics and Events service on plaintiff's attorney or 11/3 4tpd 11/24
with Mrs. Mary Yearta Home immediately thereafter;

Economics Extension Agent. otherwise a default will be .-------------.
to They elected officers at th*> entered against! you for the relief
'. meeting as follows:_president demanded in the complaint or IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
. Mrs. Mildred Payton; 1st petition. FLORIDA, EIGHTH JUDICIAL
' vice-president Mrs. Mary WITNESS my hand and theseal CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
; Lou Redding, and secretary. I of this court on Nov. 14th BRADFORD COUNTY CIVIL
cutdown treasurer Mrs. Barbara 1977. ACTION
on
Hinson.
: your ... The next meeting will be GILBERT .S. BROWN. AS ROOSEVELT DELL, SR.,
held Dec. 7 at 10 a.m. at the CLERK OF THE COURT LEROY DELL.JR., CAIN DELL,
I ; Community Center The By: Marion McRae. Deputy ABEL DELL, STEVE DeSUE
.electricbill? meeting will be a Christmas Clerk JULIUS DeSUE, LEO DeSUE .
I demonstration. 12/8 IRENE GOODWINE MAE RENA '
11/17/
;,; ... .... .; Get well wishes this week go ,4tchg HAMPTON JENNIE SUE'HAMPTON. t-'
,'. ..
to Rev Merle Packham.As -------------- ELLA MAE DELL
we all know hunting TYSON WILLIE DELL. Heirs of
season opened Saturday. 1 INlITATIONTOBIDTHE ROCHELLE DELL, ERNEST
plumbing. hope everyone will rememberas BOARD OF COUNTY DELL DORIS DELL HAMP-
ec our they are driving down the COMMISSIONERS OF BRAD- TON, LOUISE CUMMINGS,
highways to slow down as they FORD COUNTY, FLORIDA DELIA COVINGTON, ROSA
approach hunters along side WILL RECEIVE SEALED BIDS TYSON LOIS HAGAN
road ways with their dogs and UP UNTIL 10:00: A.M. ON ELIZABETH TYSON
hunting arms. Also most MONDAY DECEMBERS. 1977, HANKERSON, OSCAR DELL
people are hunting as familiesthis ON THE FOLLOWING Plaintiffs,
/ .. year and this involves all DESCRIBED ITEMS: -vs-
That's right. Your plumbing. And you can ages from big to small. Please ROSETTA M. DELL JOHNNY

start with hot water heater. Next to air- take a little time to slow your ONE TEN FOOT MOWER TYSON JESSE TYSON and
your automobile down. I am sure the unknown spouses, heirs
conditioning, it's often the second biggest user of you would want someone to do EIGHTY INCH MOWER BIDS devisees grantees assignees or
ON DELIVERY OF
this for you if your loved ones REQUESTED creditors of CHARLES DELL
electricity in the home. were enjoying a clean sport. ONE, MOWER TWO MOWERS and his wife, ANNIE DELL both

be reduced. I know all good hunters take AND THREE MOWERS and any party
But its cost can substantially By Maiming
caution and time to use all the by, through under or
simply adjusting the setting on your water heater safety measures the state has THREE TRACTORS: against such unknowns; and
helped them with and would TRUBY AND DAVIS, if alive
thermostat. To 130 degrees. Or, if you have a large thank you for being a good ONE ROTO-TILLER and if dead, the unknown

driver and citizen as taking spouses heirs devisees,
family or dishwasher, place the setting at 140. heed to driving and road rules. SPECIFICATIONS ON THE grantees, assignees, or creditorsof

Any higher and you're probably wasting money.If Also if someone who doesn't ABOVE ITEMS MAY BE TRUBY AND DAVIS, and any
THE CLERK OF
a, care has hit an animal. And PICKED UP IN party claiming by, through
you insulate your water heater with a even though it may be sad to THE CIRCUIT COURTS OFFICEIN under or against such
the person on the end that losta THE BRADFORD COUNTY unknowns
blanket of fiberglass, you could save even more. friend of manLEGALS. COURTHOUSE Defendants.

t; Up to 75tf a month. It may not sound like much, "" GILBERT S. BROWN CLERKTO
\ ------------- THE BOARD
CASE NO.71-<451
' but every little bit helps. And if you're going on a you call a serviceman.) 11/24 NOTICE OF ACTIONTO
11/17/
.' trip, turn your water heater off until you return. l, Another possible drain on your electric bill ------------- ----2tchg---------- : The unknown spouses

, It'll save money. Even if you're away for only I are leaks in your hot water system. A leaky AND IN THE FOR CIRCUIT BRADFORD COURT IN FLORIDA PUBLIC SERVICE heirs, devisees creditors, grantees of

: 1 I' three or four days. hot water faucet, for example, can cost you COUNTY, FLORIDA COMMISSION assignees CHARLES DELL or and his wife,
. CASE
NO 77-391
[.. 11, --v-v" \ (One word upwards of two dollars a month. So,if you MID-STATE HOMES, INC., a NOTICE OF HEARING and ANNIE any DELL party both claiming deceased by,,

of caution, howsee a drippy faucet, replace the washers.The Florida corporation.vs- Plaintiff, NOTICE EXAMINER is will given hold that public an through, under or against such
_ / unknowns; and TRUBY AND
. ..;, : ever: before you savings could be quite significant. JOHN E. GRIFFIS and IRA. hearings on the following DAVIS, if alive, and if dead, the
JANE GRIFFIS a/k/a Ira J.Grtffia. and
-3i_ :: I' do anything to Some other helpful hints? Take showers instead his wife, and CAROL matters Indicated.at the times places devisees unknown grantees spouses, assignees, heirs or,

hot water of baths. A bath uses twice much water HALL. Defenders. creditors of TRUBY AND
it! ( 1 \\ your as 9:30: A.M., Monday, December DAVIS and any party claiming

> neater, be sure as a shower. And when you shave, or rinse the NOTICE OF SALE 12 1977 by through, under or against
is that.
NOTICE hereby given Room
FPSC Hearing
such unknowns and all I
; parties
_' : ,\ \ to disconnect dishes, don't let the hot water run. You could be pursuant to an order a Final Duncan U. Fletcher Building having or claiming to have any

\. ; the circuit break pouring a lot of water down the drain. What's Judgment captIOned entered case. I in will the sell above the Tallahassee 100 East Games, Florida Street following right, title described or interest land, in to-wit the: i

1 ,\ er. If more if have to replace shower heads, property situated in Bradford
{ necessary, you your County, Florida described as: DOCKET NO. 770196-CCT On
The Southwest Quarter of the
J we even suggest install flow restrictors to reduce the rate of water the amended application of Southeast Quarter of Section
- I a; flow That certain piece, parcel or CROWN MOTOR LINES INC. 13,Township 6 South Range 21
tract of land situate, lying and for a common motor carrier East Bradford County. Florida.
Finally can recover wasted heat being a part of those certain certificate to transport general
you lands described in deed recorded commodities (except those of YOU AND EACH OF YOU
a by utilizing the hot refrigerant gas from the air- m Deed Book 67. Page 449. of unusual value, household ARE NOTIFIED than an action to
the Public Records of Bradford goods commodities in bulk, and quiet the title to the above ,
conditioner compressor to heat the water. This County, Florida,Hid lands beinga those requiring special or refrigerated described lands has been filed I

1' new technique could eliminate water heating part of the North 1/2 of the equipment;, over against you and you are required j jto
Southwest 1/4 of the Northwest regular routes, 111) between serve a copy of your written .
a altogether in the summer. But be sure to consulta 1/4 of Section 28, Townahp 6 Starve and Palalka. over Highway defense, if any, to it.on Philip A. : f
south. Range 22 East of said 100 serving all Immediate DeLaney. ANDREWS Er
licensed air-conditioning contractor. County and being more particularly points; ((2)) between Ocala and DeLANEY. Plaintiffs' Attorneys y,

If like ideas described as follows: Tampa, over Highway 301 whose address Is 1133 NW. I
you'd some more money saving Commencing at the Northwest serving Immediate points; ((3)) 23rd Avenue. Gainesville,

ask for our folder "How to Save Money on Your corner of said Southwest 14/ of between Waldo and Ocala, over Florida 32601. on a before the
Northwest' 1/4 thence East Highway 301 serving all immediate
the ;
of November, 1977.
'. Electric Bill" It's free. At all FPL offices. 458.00 feet; thence South points; and ((4)) between 23rd and -file day the original with the

100.00 feet; thence East SO.00 Orlando and Tampa, over Highway Court either before
clerk of this
..\ feet;thence South 30.00 feet for 17.92 serving all immediate service on Plaintiffs'attorneys or 31 w I
I point of beginning; trance points end all points In 'immedUtety thereafter; other- .
150.00 feet and Polk County as .
continuing South, ; Hitaborough
\ a Default will be entered
; wise
) them North 88 degrees 46'00"West. of+OU1I pewits. Also Interstate relief
for the ;
f 178.60 feet; thane North a* an alternate. route. NOTE: against you .
demanded In the Complaint.WITNESS
APL 0 degrees 23W Went, 15000 December 13 through 16 also
the
and
hand
_.. my
,
,' -" I4. t' feet; thence South 88 degrees --.Md.
19th
: teal. of this Court on this :
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FLORIDA POWER 1LK3MT COMPANY ;r. 4 .80 feet the
; 'j ; ..; 46'00" East 179 to '
,, ., ., ,. .. day of October, 19771
,tiff''" 'd \ w'* t We : .11' ". point of beginning. James'' E Wharton 100 South
want to help save. GILBERT S. BROWN
.. you
1N, .iI } .r ..., Orange Avnu, Orlando..
.. dark of the Circuit Court
,
1 at public....to the highest end Florida 32801 I*ttormy for.thapplicant. '
M.
Beutah Moody, Deputy
,. ...;: ... By, ,
the front
W best bidder for cash: it ": s '
Cert&t'34tchg;
.1.i1IIIi. ,
j doc of the Bradford County
'. ,
"r ,. r Courthouse, In Stark. Florida. At said time and places .* .."/
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Page8A TELEGRAPH November 17.1977

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lti, V' r wF Crumbled 1909 Paper Reveals LifeIn


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Starke As It Was 68 Years Ago



All the way from Logan. A large crowd witnessed the I NEW STEAMSHIP have moved here from

Utah, we have received a badly ceremony, while there were The American & West In- Sarasota and live at the
I worn copy of The Bradford no relatives of either! party dian Steamship Co. is the Bradford House. Mr.
County Telegraph dated present. They departed from tame of a corporation that has Merriweather has accepted a
January 15, 1009. their homes without informing applied to Governor Gilchrist position as engineer on the

The donor of the paper Is Dr. relatives of the approaching for a charter. Purpose of the Wannee branch of the

A.J.Brooking,a son of the late, marriage. company is to establish :seaboard

I r ? S.A. Brooking who moved his Mr. Brown was recently steamship lines off the Perse L. Thomas has resigned -
v'j family from Missouri to appointed postmaster at Lake Atlantic and the Gulf, notablyone his position as engineerat
? rn Lawtey about 1894, and later Butler between Jacksonville and the May Lumber Co. mill

came to Starke around 1900. TALE OF COATTAIL Cuba.Incorporators Among the names those of the of .and gone toWaldo,where he is
appear
clerk and storekeeper at the
Dr. Brooking recently retired Constable Mallory Jones Edwin Southers, of Jackson- shops. .
S.A.L. Railway
after practicing den- arrested Joe Wright colored, ville, formerly of Starke,
tistry for 58 years. His Monday on a warrant sworn president; and David M. W.M. Igou, of the firm of
brother, the late Charles out by Richard Williams, Gornto, Starke, secretary Igou &: Brownlee. left Tuesdayfor
'j E8&J: 1tiIi Brooking was well known In colored, for the theft of a coat. treasurer, and generacounsel. Tennessee to buy a carload
Starke and resided In Gaines- :af horses and mules. The new
Joe had in his shirt
ville for where he gone
many years tock will reach Starke on
sleeves until cold weather TOWER REMOVEDThe
was a dealer for the Dodge
automobile. arrived and then stole a Old bell tower on the January 23.
"Prince Albert" from Rich corner of Call and Thompson
.- Here are a few interestingitems mond. To destroy the identityof Streets was removed last ADVERTISEMENTMEDICINAL
from the 1909 paper: the garment he cut off the Saturday.Its neighbor, the old
tails, but sundry grease spots horse shed, is also gone, and WHISKIES at
The Glendale
Co. Jacksonville
RED MEN ORGANIZEDAfter that he did not take out of it although both are missed,
a long intermission, betrayed him. He pleaded not they are not mourned. Private Stock Corn, 4
Starke is again the home of a guilty, but the evidence was full quarts, $3; Race King

0 what Is so rare as a day In June or a carnival in the middle of the street Rare today, camp of the Improved Orderof overwhelmingly against him SOCIAL ITEMS Rye, 4 full quarts full $4; Pride of
perhaps, but"quite the thing" In Starke in the early days of the century, when merchants resortedto Red Men. The camp was and he was fined $10 and costsin Mr. and .Mrs. J.H Maryland All ,4, quarts, 285.
this type of promotion to bring the crowds to town. organized on the 8th inst. with Justice Sweat's court. Merriweath) and family prices, express prepaid.

I The two-story brick building at left housed Hull's Store in those day, and is still standing the following members: .
(vacant) today at the northeast corner of E.Call and Thompson Streets. ---ro7T
FA. Moore, JO. Haynes, .
The Ferris Wheel seemed as popular with adults as with the children In those days, but how the A.R. Moitt. A.F. Murrhee, aaaAr I I. 1 ..Rb
those hats" while around remains -
lady passengers. managed to keep on "picture whirling amystery. D.W. George, J.D. Doyle, .

Wm. Edwards, W.H. Hollings-
r '.r' worth, W.M. Bryan E.A. rYrrti

Burnsed, A.O. Anderson, W.D.
EDITORIAL Futch, DeWitt C. Jones, A.E.
Wall, W.L. Wall, and J.W.
v w Edwards.

1
A good many years ago this

As It Should Be order was very strong in
Starke and many of our older
citizens belong to the local
camp. The building now usedas

Next year America's federal observance But the original significance of a city hall and for a attHJi1

of Veterans Day will be returned Veterans Day was largely lost, and the primary department of the r
high school was built by the
to November 11, where it should observance suffered ir the confusion. camp nearly 30 years agoEditor's .
have been all the time. Some businesses observed the day and
( note: Starke'spresent
some did not; some offices and service City Hall is still

Originally. November 11 was observed facilities closed, and some remained supported by the originalfoundation

as Armistice Day the day on open. of the old"Red

which the armistice was signed and Men's Hall, with timbers that
ceased in World War are almost 100 years old. The
fighting I. Besidesthe Most states have already changedback Red Men were a secret

usual parades and patriotic programs to the original November 11 date fraternal order, similar to ii

the day was significant for a for Veterans (Armistice) Day ob- Elks Odd Fellows, and

moment of silent prayer observed at the servances, and Congress went along Masons of today.)

eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the with the switchback making the change N arional'Leader THE STREET FAIR

eleventh month. nationally effective in 1978.It .
In Scouting The street fair arrived
and has been at-
Monday
Then, when Washington started just goes to show that a few things tended by large crowds all +
dabbling with holiday observances, Speaks at Rotary ..
still remain that shouldn't be tamperedwith week. "The Old Plantation"and
enacting a law to make most of them fall t the "Electric Theatre"are
and the 11th hour, of the 11th day.
on a Monday so vacationers could have above the average in this
a of the 11th month, that marked the The close link between I
been
class of shows and have Oil
three-day weekend Spill on KingsleyThe
they included signing of the World War I Armistice is Scouting and Rotary was thronged to their full capacityat ,
Armistice Day changing its name to of the unchangeables. emphasized last week by every performance. The
Veterans Day. one Comdr. Thomas J. Keane 88- Ferris Wheel and merry-go- water and beach In front of several John Myers, J.D. Seymour, and Edwin
year-old retired Navy officer, round are very popular with homes on the southwest side of Kingsley Lake Williams.So .
in a speech at the Starke the children and young people were fouled up Tuesday morning by this
. Rotary Club.Praising and are crowded at all times._ messy "gunk" that drifted in from a north far. the source of the oil has not been
Goodlnvestment the club for its easterly direction. according. to residents. ., of determined, but from the evidence shown In
active support"6f' the 'local The large crowds attendingare the area.t '- r'-: this photograph It' can be reasonably con-

Scout Troop, CommanderKeane good natured and every- What appeared to be a black oil slick was cluded that someone, somewhere dumped

President Carter's support of PBS about alleged wrongdoing or other said was that born the soon Boy Scout after body is having a good time. worst along the beach in front of the homes of dirty oil in the lake.
program
(Public Broadcasting Service) through matters of government. the first Rotary Club was BUSINESS CHANGE -

increased Federal funding is a step in organized in Chicago. The Walter H. Griffin of : Dyer Honored

the right direction and offers some hopeto In J Ifls message to Congress recom- Scout movement had a slow Hampton has bought the

those who find ninety per cent of com- mending additional funds, President growth behind it until by sponsoring Rotary new got Bryan& Johns livery businessin County Agent's By f2 By Farm Bureau

mercial television a wasteland of drivel, Carter was high in praise of PBS be- troops, and helped make it the make this improvements city and will shortly in the 'I. With

composed of equal portions of sex, cause "it is free of the scramble for great organization: that it is equipment of the stables Notebook Bobby Top Award

violence and nonsense. During one ratings, and has room for experimentation now He named many national W.M Bryan, of the retiring Taylor
and leaders of the past and present firm, will remain L.T. Dyer, former county
recent week, the public was fed through risktaking"Those as manager .t
who have been Scouts (agricultural agent in both
manyof of the business for the present.Mr. .
"the tube" with 144 murders and 13 kid-
and Bradford
them reaching the highest Union Counties,
Griffin is a brother of The frosts and
seedheads
freezing
and
nappings, liberally spiced with rapes, who are weary of soap operas rank of Eagle. Messrs. O.J. and W.J. Griffinof temperatures earlier this appear is other received the Florida Farm

tortures, and perversions. By now, the and the vacuous plots of "situation Comdr. Keane was the first this city, and is a successful week are a good signal that springs grasses available. Bureau's highest honor, the
is comedies" can do their to help the national director of Senior businessman Distinguished Service Award,
rate probably up. part young our summer grass season :ij Your lawn has probably
at the
these Scouting and gave leadershipin over. The only things turned brown from the cold organization's recent
government support quality pro- green
the Sea Scout BERRY PRICES GOOD state convention in Kissim-
Public broadcasting has become an in- grams. This can be done through and developing Explorer programs. In that will be left for grazing temperatures just like our mee.
The mild weather causes cattle winter If want
are our
forages. a
of American life in the memberships, at a modest cost with National; Council of pastures you green
tegral part past 1962 the -
the strawberry plants to Cattlemen that don't have lawn this winter, it is not too Dyer, now 87. was unable to
ten years in spite of Richard Nixon's either Channel 7 in Jacksonville or Boy Scouts: conferred upon bloom and bear, and althoughthis oats, rye, ryegrass or clover late to establish ryegrass. attend the meeting. He was
efforts to underfund it in order to Channel 5 in Gainesville. It will be the him Scoubng's highest award, condition is not desired by ready for grazing should be Establishment is a fairly county agent in Union County

suppress its penetrating investigationsinto best investment you ever made in the the Silver of his Buffalo 45 in of growers just now, they have to giving their cattle some typeof simple procedure. from 1926 to 1941, and then
recognition years make the most of it, and supplemental feed until served in Bradford
governmental operations, which way of entertainment. devoted service to his countryand berries are shipped from these crops are ready to First, rake the lawn to until retiring in 1947.County He is
were not always favorable to Mr. Nixon. the youth of America. Starke almost every day. graze. remove all debris. Then credited with providing
broadcast 5 to 10 pounds of
Although even Mr. Carter's proposalswill Coincidence ? ............................. The quantities vary from Looks like most cattlemendo ryegrass seed per 1,000 square number guidance of and 4-H leadership Club students to a
one crate to five refrigerators, have some good prospectsfor ,feet of lawn. Broadcast the
not give PBS all the funds it needs, WI'iru( JW holding 20 bushels, as took grazing this winter. Even seed as uniformly as possible. who went on to become county _
!and deserves, it would authorize more place Tuesday; J.M. Truby though it is a little dry in all Rake lightly to make sure the agents .and vocational
than a billion dollars over a five-year There seems to be a measure of significance being the shipper. The returns areas of the county, good seed gets through the grass agriculture teachers, as wellas

period to keep public radio and television in the juxtaposition of two head- SQL( Jurui E : have been very satisfactory so stands of winter forages are 'and is in contact with the soil. Agriculture Commissioner Doyle Conner. of
far and berries sold to buyersin evident. The have
beaming worthwhile enter lines on the front page of daily newspapers ............................. Starke, have brought from good color and crops will provide a a Then water lightly once or

tainment into American homes. PBS can Tuesday morning. One concerned $5 to $6 per bushel. lot of feed if water and fer- twice per day until the seeds
do this because it is not dependent on the U.S. Supreme Court's refusalto by Wlllia m S.Haas tilizer is available to the have germinated and are well- LettersLawtey

commercials for its income and does not overturn the death sentences of three Veterans Service Officer OLD DAY BOOK plants.In established. Do not overwateras .

depend on "ratings" based on programs convicted murderers in Florida; and the Contrary to a misconceptionheld While looking over an old most can't do this will cause disease.
cases, we
that pander to the lowest common other headline announced that serious by many, wills cannot pile of odds and ends in the the much about the water, but we Once the ryegrass is
change beneficiaries namedon story of their store Elementary
denominator of public taste and intelli crime in the state declined six per cent life insurance policies other upper day, Livingston & Co. can supply needed fertilizer. .established, it will require the PTA Carnival

gence. The fact that PBS has an overgrowing during the first nine months of this year issued by the Veterans found an old day book kept by Feed money. spent for fer- same maintenance as your Raises $3.337
audience is proof that the public compared to the same period in 1976. Administration. the late Capt. J C. Richard in tilizer if you have a crop i permanent lawn grass. This
established in- includes
the long a good proper watering, The officers of the Lawtey
ago.
will watch quality programs if given the Veterans should make vestment. fertilization, mowing and pest Parent-Teacher Organizationwould
opportunity, and the programs are Although the Department of Criminal certain that persons whom The first entry was made in control. I'll talk about these like to express their
of small
entertaining and produced with the expertise Law Enforcement did not attempt to they intended to received their October 1860, and the last Most for plantings forage should have practices in later articles. appreciation to the many
at grains
of which PBS W "nnnh1. analyze the latest change in its periodic insurance are named on their about year later,probably with his had a basic application of at people who helped to make
policies. Veterans who fail to the time the Captain, our past Halloween Carnival
crime data. Attorney General Robert went into the service least 500 pounds of 5-10-15 or Sept. Savings
Where else can TV viewers relax in hevin has previously linked drops in do so, could add to emotional company of the, Confederate states, similar analysis of fertilizer at such a success-both the
stress of survivors and cause volunteer workers and the
the comfort of their own living rooms Florida's murder rate with the U.S. unwarranted financial for the book was only half used or before planting. Sup- Bond Sales visitors.

and enjoy, at no expense, a program Supreme Court's 1976 decision up- hardship, especially on up by that time. plemental good growth nitrogen and is neededfor forage Our income from the car

televised live from the Metropolitan holding the state's death penalty law. widows and young children This relic is of much interest yield. Apply 35-50 pounds of Total 317,643 nival this year was $3,337.00
Opera House or Lincoln Center in New when it Is discovered the to old-timers, for in it appear nitrogen ((100 to 150 pounds of (expenses have not been

York, or the great symphony orchestrasin In spite of opinions to the contrary by intended named. beneficiary was not names of persons long ammonium nitrate) just .after Bradford County volunteer This deducted from increase that amount).
was an last
,forgotten, persons who en- the stand is established and an over
Boston
or Philadelphia. Where else psychologists sociologists and United States Savings Bonds
some tered and perished in the war. additional to 50 pounds of year's receipt. This money
can a child obtain so much pleasure as even some prison and correctional In such cases, the VA is To the present generation it is nitrogen in late January or chairman reported Septembersales provides many materials

well as instruction than by watching the department officials we cannot help but obligated to to the pay insurance of no less of a curiosity as it reveals early February. Splitting the attaining of $17,643 90.8 percent in the county of its needed by both teachers and
proceeds beneficiary students
popular Sesame Street? Where else can believe that the death penalty is a record. Most of the agency's what a picturesque. nitrogen application gives 1977 sales goal. Elementary. at Lawtey

the conscientious voter learn more about deterrent to crime, just as a sure policyholders are World War assortment of goods a country' better distribution of forage The fine turnout and
the
nerchant was compelled to growth and can be better Peek noted the Series E
his government than by watching a congressional spanking is a deterrent to a child who II veterans who carry keep in those days, and many utilized in a rotational grazing Bond represented 93.8 percent rapport during the carnival is
panel question a public official refuses to mind his parents. National Service Life of the articles charged on the of the Bond sales in Florida.He attributed to the hard work of
Insurance.The book have become obsolete Grazing management is pointed out that over 70,000 the community as a whole.

problem of insurance since then, and their use or also important with winter wage earners in the state had Many of the volunteer
be forages. Pastures should not workers that work hard
benefits going to unintended' appearance cannot even enrolled in or increased their so to
\QRia c0< has arisen in most guessed at be grazed until plants are savings on the Payroll make this an annual success:
1879 recipients N.HALESunday.Jan.3at3p.m. eight to ten inches high. If Savings Plan during the ten are ones who do not have any
,.0 instances because the veteran BR }!
possible, practice rotational children in school. To them
Qilijj month period ending Oct. 31. go
got around to
twr rOse p4 simply never earlier at Mr. grazing, leaving stubble about Florida sales of Series E our special thanks.
an
t changing beneficiaries listing the H.O. Brown of Lake Butler, three inches high and allowing and H United States Savings Again, thanks, and we will
,according to
G VA. and Miss Bessie Hale, of intervals of three to four Bonds in September were be looking forward to seeing
C1D1e weeks between grazing. $15.6 million, up $2.7 tnillion you next year at our bigger
BOB G. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLERf'tIone Dukes, were united In weeks between grazing. over September 1978. Bond and better carnival.: '
1 $ wedlock. The young peopleleft
Publisher
Q
ar3 -TTTh I their homes for an after. If grazing is continuous sales. for the nine month
Published each Thursday and entered a* axed base Manor M the Post Office a< Stark, Ra under noon drive and went to control animal numbers or,' period in the state totaled Jim Duncan-Principal
Actof March 3, = $148.5 million, up $12.2 million Dennis Thompson-President
dally grazing period that
1879.Subccriplicn rate in trade area:7per year: $4 six month IWorthington, where 'they height so over the same period last Raymond Durban-Vice-'
is maintained
Outside trade area: *8 par year $4.SO six month Svere married by Chas. H. plant between five and ten inches. year. The state achieved 69.7percent President

9644306 Startce,Fl. earth's third 'lirgmt island Register, who was spending Surplus forage may be cut for of its 1977 ales goal Olivia Scott-Treasurer

I is Borneo. the day there. hay next spring when the first. September: 30. Betty ShufordSecretaryI



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BUS Band Member Beth Patray First Parade Of Starke Homes Set Dec. 11


Selected For'European TourBeth "Twas the night before Some of the things collected decorations will trim the tree. Starke who at 70-years-old"
.Christmas,and all through the from around the world are a Also decorated for the tour keeps busy with beautiful
Patray has recently Salzburg, Gouda, Am. house. Not a creature was German hand carved music will be Mrs. Barry's shop,The hand crafts
been notified that she has been sterdam, and London. stirring, not even a giraffe... box, a favorite of the Barry Magic Needle. Woman's Club memberswill
selected for membership in Highlights of the tour will or at least not a hundred children, and ornaments from The house designed by the hold an open house in
giraffes collected by Marty and late Dr. Barry and herself is' their clubhouse across from
the American Musical Am- include concerts in the concert Germany Japan
bassadors Band. halls and parks of Europe. i Barry and part of the holiday perfect Mrs. Barry says and the Starke post office! from 2
Students will visit many sites decorations for the first Built 12 years ago, the she would not change the to 4 p.m. to start the tours.
This highly select concert of musical and historical parade of homes. Barry home is designed as a design although she continues Those making the tour must
band composed of out.standing to add accessories. at the club-
pick up maps
importance as well as the country manor with a peakedroof
high school and popular tourist attractions. Sponsored by the Starke red brick floors and house. They may buy tickets
university students from all Woman's Club the first paradeof several fireplaces.An Some of the Christmas there from club members or
over the United States, will homes Sunday,Dec. 11,will decorations will be handmade call 964-7792. Hours of the
tour several European visit some of the areas most items done bv Mrs. Barry's tours will be from 2:30: to 3
countries next July 14-August 4-H NEWS interesting and historical hook oriental l handmade latch mother, Mrs. F.H. Kramer of p.m. Dec. 11.
and oriental
3. buildings decorated for point rug print in the foyer petit will -. .....::..
4-H DAIRY JUDGING NEWS ,Christmas. greet those the tour.
on
Beth Patray, daughter of r 29
Eleven Bradford County 4H'ers -' The collection of giraffes of
Dr.James W. &JoAnn Patrayof Five
journeyed to Bartow, outstanding examplesof all sizes and materials
Keystone Heights, is a ----- are
local the homesof
buildings,
Florida to "NEW
Saturday par- ARRIVALS"Now
throughout the houses. Mrs.
member of the Bradford High'
Band directed by Dean' ticipate in a Purebred Dairy Adrienne Barry, a student at St.John's Country Day School, Mrs. Jack (Marty) BarryPaul andCarolyn Barry said she had been
and Ann Brown, Bob
Cassels. Breeders Judging Contest.Six relaxes at home prior to helping her mother Mrs Marty Barry fortunate to have so many .
Maxine Lefever volunteer adult leaders accompanied decorate their home for the Woman's Club of Starke's first Autry, S.G. and friends who have added to her Carrying Timex Watches
Mrs. an Ernestine Denmark, Bill and
the 4H'ers.The
Christmas Parade of Homes Dec. 11. collection, and at last rough
assistant director with the Murial Wilson, and St. Marks
4-H'ers and leaders count the animals numbered Many Styles & Colors To Choose.
Purdue University Bands and will be .
participated as individual ,Episcopal Church, close
to
director of the AMA tour, has judges and results were not open for those making the tour 100. Men" Women & Children
announced that Professor available by the time of FHPReports Two AccidentsThe according to Mrs. Nancy The only room that does not Newest In Fashion
Kenneth Bloom uist, director departure to return home. Roberts and Mrs. Gladys include giraffes is the violet Design
of bands at Michigan State Mrs Charlene Howard Highway Patrol control of his vehicle and Christy, chairman and cochairman room, with collectables Quartz Electrics
University, will serve as reports that the show and reported two accidents resulting rolled over Saturday on the for the project. having designs of violets;
musical conductor for the 1978 contest and including a violet bell and
were outstanding in $3,000 damage to Marklee Starling Road. pull
AMA tour. well worth attending.4H three cars and injuring one Suttles was charged with Visitors will be able to see chair pad.A : Jane's Boutique
The tour group will visit is open to all without during the \past week. careless driving and no the insides of the homes and
Paris, Lucerne, Lugano, regard to race, color, sex, or John David Suttles, 14, lost drivers license. The FHP unusual furnishings in ad- student at St. Johns 496-2126
360
Milan Venice, Innsbruck national origin. estimated $1,500 damage to dition to seeing the outsides Country Day School, daughter W. Main
-- the pickup truck. and grounds with Christmas Adrienne's bedroom has 496-2903 Lake Butler
'ra W + Suttles was taken to Brad- holiday decorations. many antiques and will have j Use Our Lay-A-Way Plan
Christmas greenery.
ford County Hospital where he I
was treated for cuts and Visitors to the home of Drew, a freshman at Bir- Free Gift
abrasions and released. Marty Barry and the late Dr. mingham Southern, likes his Wripplaf
man accident Jack will for the room truly masculine.The .
FRiday, Nov Barry see With Purchases
home will have lots of Of'S" ft IfEm
11, Russell Carter was most part traditional hand
charged with an improper made Christmas decorations. greenery and handmade"An Pined
r nM1 H change of lane. Carter and
iT'at I lar William Jackson Prevatt, 24K OvtrUfHUPPS 795
both of Starke; were both intelligent man never snubs anybody Vauvenargue
traveling west on SR-16 at
11:30: p.m.Prevatt said he was

1 Carter overtaking said Carter he at signaled At

rb f f9k properly for a left turn onto /Th
SR-225. Prevatt said Carter
signaled for a right turn and
then turned left. The Prevatt
vehicle was struck by Carters
vehicle on the left side.
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Damage was estimated at
i $900 to the Carter vehicle and THBIVING
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Munch! Munch! The sounds As the two candles were To continue the celebrationof I THESEARE OFFSET
filled the public library as blown out the pineapple children's week there was I PRINTING PLATES.I The Best
friends celebrated the second sheetcake with white butter preschool storytime Nov. 15. I UnUmlUd Amount.
birthday of Bradford County frosting decorated in green All through the week a prize is
Public Library on Nov. 14, and and yellow was gobbled up. given to children who can tell j Bradford Printers
the first day of Children's One white candle is still us the number of turkeys V44-O05 PriceOffe.fed
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4 CETA RestoredFour p



CETA positions in the district advisory board of Hodges and Green said it is l
county have been put back Manpower for a 13 countyarea possible the length of time of
and a member of the over the 13
into a contract for the area some positions a
and have received funding local CETA (Comprehensive county area may be cut to q f p
said Hob Green, director of Employment Training Act) compensate for the funding
the Florida State Em- Board. for the four local positions. ,

ployment Office in Starke.

Green said he received a Pecan Volume Goes t r f?" a rt
call from the Office of Man- UpVolume
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power Planning in t n'o Fwf +
Tallahassee Wednesday Nov.
9. saying the positions of was up In the Curtis and 50 to 55 cents per k
second week of the fall pecan pound for seedlings said
Law ley police officer a police
position; for the city of Starke auction Thursday, Nov. 10, at market manager Bob Allen,
and a laborer and clerk typist the Starke State Farmers Allen said the quality still
for the county, as originally Market bringing $12,9'J2' for 78 varied quite a bit getting the ;
approved, would be funded. lots of nuts. wide range of prices. Allen
County commissioner E.W About 13 buyers paid almost said the market will be closed
lodges I said he had made $11.000 for the 23.138 poundsof Thanksgiving Day and will
i i personal contact" with pecans, with the average reopen Thursday, Dec 1, at 1
source in Tallahssee after the selling price per pound at 56 p.m. i iq
cents compared to 59 cents in
positions were cut and was t t1950's tj
the first weeks auction. The The Starke auction is the
successful in getting the
refunding first auction saw 16.514 poundsof only one in the area and Allen _
Hodges is a member of the nuts sold for $9.673. said he is hopeful the volume
The highest price paid was will continue to up hold j
78,5 cents per pound for one lot several more weeks.
Office Assist! of Stuarts. Other prices Also available daily at the
ranged from 7(1( to 74 cents per market is a nut cracking ,
pound for !good; quality service operated by J.R. Come Alive Friday At BHS ;{
Policy l Holders Stuarts, from 55 to 65 cents for Wainwright, said Allen.

...........................-..--on .. .. ._............ Students dressed up like their mothers and fathers for Fifties Day at derson. Onnna( Harris, Diane Crews Denise Gissy, Denise Bevel Christie
Sciving; Bradford and Union Bradford High last Friday wearing Bobbie-sox. long skirts saddle oxfords with lledding. Paul Mullins. and Terry Mundorff. ;
c ounlies the Gainesville office LTC[!'Uill( rnrUIlDCill0' socks letter sweaters and pleated pants. The event Is sponsored each year by the BITS cheerleader who wore
i 0'i the State Insurance These 19 student fl-r> are: Can Schmidt, Mary Anne Miller Paula An- cheerleading skirts from the 1950's.
I'( ommission served 134 people (

dUI'InjOctober\ state in- Water Fowl Sermon
Miuince commissioner Bill by \VilliamS.Haas Eligibility for CHAMPVA is
diintei' said, Veterans: Sen Ice Officer limited to spouses and
The I Service Office assistedin About 200,000 dependentsand children of veterans with a a rgr4W Nov. 23, Dec. 4 I
the recovery of $29462 survivors of veterans service-connected total I
which was returned to policyholders have established eligibility for disability permanent in
Civilian Health and Medical nature. Also eligible are
(hints with questions and Programs fo the Veterans surviving spouses and LAKE C'TY: What goes
complaints, about insurance Administration i CHAMPVA( ). children of a veteran who diedas "purr" and "meow" and its "
ran twelve assistance by Similar to the civilian health a result of a service- mate give a loud "squak?" If t
ullma Leon Davis in Gaines. care program (CHAMPVS) connected disability or at the you need a clue, he's a 70
Mile The. office is located at offered by the Defense time of death had a service- pointer and the season is split
'Mil \ \\ Hth Ave.. Suite C-3 Department for eligible active connected total disability, If you're still reading at this I
mil provides services for duty and retired members and permanent in nature. point,you're probably either a
Mat'hiu Bradford. Dixie their families, CHAMPVA y, duck hunter or enjoy solving
'ilihi'ist Levy Marion, also is a cost-sharing Excepted are dependentsand poor riddles. Whichever the '
1'utnain and Union counties. program survivors of veterans who case, the answer is a male
--- -- are eligible for CHAMPUS: or redhead duck as described in
Our woodcutting expert is sure that Medicare.For the 1963 waterfowl Identificai i
"* tion guide 4 4If
Dad will loveMcCulloch's authorized inpatientcare ( you're still reading,
Mac CHAMPVA pays 75'" of you're no doubt a duck hunter,
the reasonable charges of the so let's talk ducks.
11O chain saw hospital and professional Ai According to the Game and
personnel. For outpatient Fresh Water Fish Com
carethe first$50 is pa id by the mission, the 1977.78 migratory
beneficiary each fiscal year. The Junior Midget Cheerleader winners were Tina Bowen and waterfowl season includes 38
( "' With of the When claims are submitted Lariann Johns. days of hunting in a split
features many ol the larger.Specullyprrc.d for two or more beneficiearies season from November 23
professional for gift giving >iQO05 of a family, the deductible is through December 4, and
rl ( yham saws, $ I $100. After the deductible is December through January
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n 110 has a 1 8 cubic inch engine, the remaining reasonable The point value bag limit
10 bar and chain Chain Brake charges. The family member The Pee Wee Pop Warner Cheerleader winners were Shllynn yr system will continue with
win Wraparound Hand Guard Safety pays the balance. Chaff and Tara Marchant. point values for the various ,r
J Feature Automatic and Manual Oiling species remaining the sameas
ind i weighs, mM 9 6 pounds complete (; last season. Restrictions on i
) The Bradford-UoJaa Arc Veatl.nd-T.eholesl C..t.r haiImmedlala
JGs&Ye Application for CHAMPVA opaolag to tha following ce.r.e., Alr-Ceodltlon the use of -lead shot are in
benefits should be made to the and lUfrlavratlon. Carpcatry Maiaarjr ElaetraaJet. Radio effect in some portions of
D nearest VA hospital or out and TV Repair, Clotting Coaftractloa, Haary Equipment Brevard, Leon and Jefferson
fTO family cerAter ) patient clinic. Eligible Maintenance, Barr Eqatpaient Operator aid Trick and counties. )
beneficiaries will be provided Bui Mechanic. Meet of the abava _... .... approved for cw1 For complete waterfowl
x3 appropriate identification and VA benellte, bat aD laur..'" paraoaa should cantact the hunting regulations contact t
chool for more laUrnatloa.Addraaai. ClOt N. Oraifl Street
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information on procedures for your nearest Game and Fresh
Stark, florid. 62081Phones
filing claims _",p.;.. Water Fish Commission office .
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Winchester model 70A hi- Winchester 30130 lever action Marlin bolt action .22 rifle with 9 shot The Midget Pop Warner Cheerleader winners were Karen
power bolt action rifle. Choice repeating carbine with 20" clip magazine 4 power rifle scope Chitty and Sadie McDuffie,
of 22-250, 243, .270 or 30-06 proof-steel barrel & hooded included. *MO (from Page II)

calibers. 3 position safety, 22" front sight. 83-384 ffR':: 1T J photographs of Epperson
proof steel barrel and select F 49.77 street at the railroad tracks.
walnut stock. Martin .22 automatic rifle. Grooved for The homeowners said their
sa 355 JM 420 424 fRE
c 144.88 7YINCHL'STL'R SCOpe 54.99 63-312 u RODu R D l. property when is almost a heavy underwater rain

G comes. Brooks suggested a
Winchester model 1200 pump Springfield gauge bolt action r larger and deeper culvert
action repeater in .20 or .12 Commissioner Schaefer. as
repeater shotgun with 3 shot clip
gauge. Features exclusive chairman of the street
magazine..
"Wine hokes" for fast changes Springfield ewer w committee, said he would "geton
to full!, modified or improved 6.99 Grape Fruits it."
4 power for 22 rifles. L.M. Gaines appeared before
cylinder chokes. Front locking scope 53250
A
B C D the council to ask for the
rotating bolt head. Checkered /l
closing of Maggie, Minnie and
walnut stock ..
JsrT soD $400 Martha Streets in the J.M.
99.99 E Bu. Jones addition of Starke. The
W "'n streets have never been
Springfield pump action repeaters Oranges opened. The matter was
in 12, 20 or 410 gauge referred to city attorney
models Hammerless with side F George Pierce.
election Chambered for2V x The council approved Diane

.& 3' shells! 4 shot magazine. .......r G $500 B u. : Chandler of on the the recreation recommendation .

SpringfieldSavage board to fill the unexpiredterm
31.96 of Gus Kallos. One

3 to 9 power variable Fresh Squeezed vacancy still exists on that

scope for high power / board.
Cities The council amended the
recreation budget to includean

Orange Juice Available $11.000 contribution from
Bradford County. Schaefer
said the county had been
putting the money directly
r Sweet Potatoes into the recreation depart.
ment without going throughthe
19c city. Under the new
Lb. system the money will be
49.99 Your choiceSavage.Stevens added to the recreation 4
single barrel shotgun budget.1,527 for payroll and
Ld with hammer style action and automatic Medium $6.472 for miscellaneous J
L S, 99 Warren said he was not in
ejection. Full choke. Choose .410, .20 or favor of $13.000 listed under

.12 gauge. 63-413.503,541 Shrimp miscellaneous. The money is
4.99 Lb. used to purchase supplies and 1
4.99 equipment '
Plastic gun
Gun In other business the board
cases Kasha have Ing kit clean.for all \t muTTrfi"Il"iIT1c" <:5I l approved a $6,750 agreement t'e

ded lining pad shotguns t VV!! J..C.1..ll.. ..ll. .Lt:. [);d) with North Council Florida Regional
Oysters Planning to continue
and rifles 0
Choose 44 63167' work on the city land use plan.
48 or 52' : :': i And approved utility write
size $249 offs for $845. The highest bill
r too tt Pint written off was $192, the'
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apt r .eats: :, Free delivery within' Whites trade s2 99 be layed off until the program
Lb.Norman's, reopened.
iW ares .
f Mrs.Nelson said the heating

1, tJ.t, t e C!!J Farm units must for be each approved classroom: but once still

-.ii those are in place she saw no

4; -. i0 I Produce & problem license in gaining a state

After the realignment Head
14.88 96$ 5.66 5.44 97
$ 29.99 Start would come under Mrs.
Daisy Wes' ,WD-40 gun Walnut finEzy mount Winchester Coleman Keystone Heights Seafood Market Frances Jackson executive
em Carbine treatmentcleans ish gun rack gun rack In.fl long rifle catalytic : director of SREC in Live Oak.
air rifle. 350 lubricates of select stalls easily shell. Box heater with 617 N. Temple 964 6O7 1 Mrs. Jackson set a projected
shot re & hardwood. in car or of 50. us 2qtfuelcapacity. 473.4'078 473.4470 completion date for reopening

peater.eaate2 preserves. Holds 3 fire truck. u.i j OPEN 8:30 am 6 pm by attended Dec. 1.Head Children Start who will have haveto
oz. can. alt' arms. aces
459110 Man Sat. be recertified for eligibility
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St. Augustine; Upsets BHS 14-0 ,



Failing their critical test to SA-punted 30 yards, the ball BUS 15 quarterback-- Britton Tornadoes were still unable to two series,and failed to makea
ensure a fifth straight state rolling dead at the BHS 36. rolled to his right, found turn the game around. The first down trying to pass the
play-off berth Tornado Little Marvin Tyson ran intoa Tornado defenders spread out Tornado defense managed to football. QB Norman missed
gridders were blanked 14-0 by solid wall before he hit the on pass coverage and cut up stop St. Augustine without a Kenny Rodrique on the bomb
St. Augustine High as the line on first down and lost a for a quick 15 yard touchdownrun. first down twice, and allowedSA and missed Tyson in the left
visiting Bradford gridders yard, back to the 35. QB BUS was offsides on the only one first down before flat on the first and second
played without spirit and Jeffery Norman kept over left first try at the extra point, andon stopping the Yellow Jackets in downs. On third down Norman
made mistakes. ladle on second down and got a the second try Britton their other three series. faded to pass, decided to run,
Both Yellow Jacket scores little, two yards out to the 37. threw to slot back Griner who BHS received the kickoff to and got three yards. A short,
came after Tornado mistakes.An On third down and a long eightto caught the pass on the ground open the second half and the 10 yard punt by Allen Norman,
interception on a poorly RO!; for a first down, QB just over the goal line.The two offense drove out its initial gave SA the football on the
thrown halfback pass set up Norman pitched out to Tyson point conversion put SA up 14- first down of the game. On BHS 37, again putting the BHS +M rs
the first SA score on the first who threw the halfback pass 0 with 6:40: remaining In the third and seven QB Norman defense in a hole. +
BUS possession. A fumble, low and behind wideout Allen second period. went back to pass and slipped This time BHS held St. a t4 I S ''+
one of four times the Tornado Norman. SA's T.D. Ham- BItS got the ball on two down and BHS had to punt the Augustine and a field goal 1
.offense dropped the football mond, a linebacker, cut in more possessions In the first ball away. The next series attempt from 31 yards out was
on the ground, set up the back of the BUS receiver and half, but ,both times droppedthe another handoff was fumbledand partially blocked.
second SA score in the second picked off the poorly thrown football on the ground, SA recovered. On the BHS took over for the final I
period. pass and had a lot of green in killing the efforts. On tie first third series of the third period offensive try at its 25. On first I
t>A quarterback Anthony front of him. Hammond lost series after the SA touch- BUS tried to but SA line- down the football was droppedon ,
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Brit top.9 scrambling running his balance and fell to his down a pitchout was thrownon backer Avery pass Anderson, up to another handoff, but 4 _, ; .;:..__.rqT......... ( t? .. ,l7b.__ .: --,._ ,_ _
scored both touchdowns. knees, however, giving St. the ground but Marvin the line of not Marvin Tyson again
scrimmage was
Britton also to slot Scrambling quarterback gave the BUS defense a fit. Britton ran 9 and 15 yards for the two SA
the
passed Augustine possession at Tyson recovered for BHs recovered for BHS.
afteran
back Paul Griner for blocked by anyone, and Doug touchdowns and threw for a two point conversion to have a hand In all 14 of SA's points Above,
a two-, BUS :37. 11 yard loss. On the next blitzed in untouched to rack up Reddish ran for three yards Britton stiff arms Bradford monster man Dale Rogers. Linebacker Lawrence, defensive end
point conversion. Both touch- possession a handoff Norman for losses of and and QB Norman threw low
was QB 3
Roland and
Cummings, Ken
mlddleguard to
attackedthe
Cruger come help Rogers.
down runs for 9 and 15 SA immediately
,
yards, muffed again! and the ball 5 yards. and incomplete] into the right
came when Britton faded to middle of the Tornado rolled back into the BUS back- Esau Bright ran for 10 flat for tight end David
if 'pass, but kept for good open defense, manned by middle and field, unseen by BHS players yards on third down but it Walker. But Allen Norman got
<4 field runs. tackles guard Kenneth Cruger under a hard SA rush, and SA was not enough for a first. off a good 46 yard punt which
Russell and
4 SA's big gun tailback Sam Marty recovered.In BUS again had to punt the pushed SA back to its own 24
:: Bailey, could rush for only 85 Fred Woods. Teh going was
the second half the BUS football away.In with about two minutes left.
yards in 24 carries, but St. tough, but the Yellow Jackets play became more effective, the fourth period BHS SA kept the'' football on the BRADFORD Com
Augustine got the yardage plowed It out.Tailback more aggressive, but the handled the football on lust ground, and ran out the clock. E
f when they needed It after Bailey got 2, then 3
Tornado mistakes handed SA yards up the BHS middle. The -"
the football deep in Bradford QB Anthony Britton threw to ;
territory. the left flat to Bailey comingout igr pq
BHS woke up enough to stop of the backfield. Bailey
; the SA offense in the second reached high over his head to
',1 half. But the Tornado offense snatch down what looked like I -J
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; an 10 yards
T,, the first half, could do little yards to the BHS 22, plus a big L The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of HeavenIi1EiV
; better against the fired up first down.
Jackets in the second half. Bailey then struck the BUS
i St. Augustine linebackers middle again for a short three a
lined up in the line for eight yards. On second down from I ,l ld
man rush and simply chargedthe the BHS 19',4 yard line Bailey I d R 01l
football, taking away the turned the BHS left end for the .
Tornado outside game' first time and got four yards to -
causing fumbles on exchanges the l5'/i' where linebacker' : +

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SA linebacker Avery An- middle and drove hard for a I i '4
derson, who lined up standingup first down at the BHS six yard ;
between the end and tackleon line before BUS monster man 1 wF Z
the wide side, was un- Dale Rogers could drag him
touched as he rushed in time down. I 'wallf.
and again to stop QB Normanas On first down from the six .
he faded to pass or tried to Bailey again hit the BUS .
pitch out in the third period'' middle and got t'/i yards, to. f t
It was a bitter cold In St.Augustine but Bradford had fans In f
when the Tornadoes could the BUS 4'4' before safety High more SL Augustine than the
have turned the game around.It David Carter stopped the SA home town folks. The Tornado fans stayed until late In the fourth period, hoping the Tornadoes 1 r' tier i +y.
is the second time in two tailback as he went over the would come back But the play of the Tornado football team was as cold as the wind made the .l 44S
years the St. Augustine has BItS middle. On second down fans. -i' ;

trimmed the sails of the SA was penalized for encroaching I I:1'w nr
Tornadoes. SA came toStarkelast the whistle coming 1 1tr
t year when both clubs before the snap and pushingSA 1,,
were unbeaten and won 13-6. back to the 9'ii yard line. Lady Tornado Runners
i Last Friday night the On the replay of the second ;'t ,
Tornadoes were 2-0 in district down, QB Britton faded to
play, A win over SA would pass,decided to run. Sprinting ti.0.es.
have sealed a post-season outside, Britton suddenly cut {
playoff berth for BHS. But inside defensive end Roland Make 3rd Trip To StateThe ..
SA's convincing 14-0 shutout of Cummings, ran over halfback
BUS set up a district playofftilt Donald Reddish, and went up d
I between Palatka and St. the middle for the first SA Tornado girls cross At the district meet P.K. McNeal. The times for the t
Augustine tomorrow night touchdown. The extra point country team finished third at Yonge beat the Tornadoes by meet were not the best the
I IFriday Nov. lei), was replayed three times due the regional meet In Talla- 25 but the BUS runners BUS..&..eam.has. turned in this e a tr f"" x msr, r ... .......
Should Palatka beat 'St. 'to penalties, SA missed the hassee to earn a trip to Delandfor narrowed the margin to 11 Fall but Howard said the hilly
Augustine there will be a away final try, but led 6-0 with 4:40: the state corss country with the help of the stiff course in Tallahassee slowed The BMS Roadrunners had 14 runners in the"Great Race" in Perry Florida. Participants (l-r>
tie in the district betweenthe remaining in the first period. meet. competition from Leon. her runners down. are: Front row Pete Richardson. Allen Davis, Sam Lewis Honda Stern, Kenny Griff, Donald
three teams, S.A., Neither team made a first The trip to state is nothing Laura Chase was the second Gissy. Hack row: Johnny Baldwin,Jeff Belcher Diana Crawford Alesia Shf'ffleld.l.oueUe .Smith,
Palatka, and BHS. In that down after the SA touchdownand new for the Bradford High girl Tornado finisher, taking The team goal at State is to Hope Jackson, Lynn Loper. Not pictured: Toni Conger.
case the high school principals the game wore into the runners who are making the seventh. Linda Richardsonwas finish in the top 10 out of the 16
in the district will! vote to second period on that note. A trip to state tor"hie' tiJlrd 20th, Virginia Crawfordwas teams entered in the meet.
determine which team will handoff was fumbled on the straight year. 28th and Robin Schwedawas Howard picked TallahasseeLeon
represent the district in the second Tornado offensive At Tallahasse Cindy 29th to round out the BHS and Titusville Astronautas BMS RoadrunnersRun
state play-offs. series, but QB Norman Griffith was the Tornadoes top top five. the teams to beat in this
recovered the dropped foot individual finisher, taking Nancy McNeal took 31st and years meet.
STATISTICS ball. On the third BHS series fifth. Griffith was passed just Judy Hankerson, who ran witha The course in Deland shouldbe
BHS SAFirit the second halfback pass,on a before the finish gate by P.K. bad case of shin splints, was more like what the BUS
Downs I 141> third and six situation was Yonge's Laura Shey who ran 37th for BHS. McNeal finished runners are used to runningon. Races For FunOver
Yards Mv King j; poorly thrown and in- the race with a cast on one ahead of the Buchholz fourth The course Is flat and
Yards Po..ino 0 :M complete.On arm and still took fourth.It and fifth runners pushing noted as fast.. 140 Bradford Middle participate in the all comers Richard Badillo, 14th; Johnny
PA.PC.PI soo.. ,is-i-i (the fourth BHS series was Griffith's personal them down a notch helping the School students have decidedto races sponsored by the Badillo 15thJames; Jenkins,
"umbl.I.LoI'Punts.Av|. 4.It 4 4 .>..JIPenollt..Yd. -0 BHS started from its own 29, goal to beat Shey but the Blue Tornadoes to take third with a The girls have worked a lot "hit the road," but don't Florida Track Club in 16th; Mark Pierce, 24th;,
.. 3-1> <.MSCOUK another handoff was dropped, Wave runner was too much, four point margin over the of long distance training in the look for a mass exodus of Gainesville and are planningto Donald Gissy, 26th; Charles
and SA's Avery Anderson, even with an injured arm. Bobcats. early part of the week to get teenagers-it's all part of the run in the Gator Gallop as Titmus, 30th.
BY QUARTERS: rushing in, fell on the loose The top four team standingswere ready for Saturday. school's Roadrunners Club. part of the University of Girl finishers in order were;
,
SA BHS 0005SCORING 105-- 14 0 football.On Tallahassee Leon first Coach Melba Howard said Hankerson was given a couple The club was started by Florida Homecoming Thonda Stern, 61st; Pertema
first down from the BUS with 34 points P.K. Yonge she was pleased with days rest to nurse her shin George and Jeanne Loper and celebration.In Brown, 74th; Robin Stern,
SUMMARY! : : 27, QB Britton went to the air second, with 63, BHS third everyone's performance, splints and Howard thoughtshe Geraldine Lewis, all Instructors a recent all comers meet 75th; Becky Cooney, 82nd;
11) St. Auquatlna- Britten f yard run. and hit tailback Bailey with 74 and Buchholz fourth especially Virginia Crawford, would be ready for at the middle school, at Santa Fe Community Lynn Loper, 84th; Lisa
IP- Kick tailed.II coming out of the backfield for with 78. Robin Schweda and Nancy Saturday. Loper said the main emphasisof College 14 Roadrunners Williams 95th; Teresa
St.-Aususnns-bitten.Orlnvr pats from Brmon.II yard run.eP 12 yards down to the BUS IS the club is "run for fun." competed in the two mile Griffis, 95th.Rhonda .
where safety David Carter "We have some kids who division. Boys finishers in Stern was only the
WANTED IT MORE"I made the stop. On first down are in the club to run in order were: Sam Lewis, 10th; second girl to finish the race.
guest they just wantedthe again Bailey got two yards at Hurse Blames Himself competition, while others run
state play-off berth more left guard tackle Marty for recreation and even some
"
than we did, said BUS Russell making the stop. On run to lose weight, Loper
defensive Coach Mike Sexton. second down from the 13 SA said.Each
Gators
Finish "
SA won the toss, elected to came with a power sweep to And Players For LossSt. club member
receive to open the game, but the left but BHS defensive end determines how much or how I
.. little he or she wants to ,
could not move as the BHS Roland Cummings fired up run.
defense gave up just over and tossed Bailey for a two Augustine expected to nothing against St. Augustine, pretty fair football, Sexton Club members meet after I
three yards in two rushing yard loss. absorb a beating from the Hurse states. says, especially senior Roland school Monday-Thursday but i
plays and an incomplete! pass. On third and 10 from the Tornadoes of Bradford High, SA simply put the linebackers Cummings on the SA sweeps. students come only when they With A BlitzThe
the line of Hildebranalso feel like
and was as surprised as any up on Sophomore Danny running, they'reunder
BHS fan the Yellow Jackets scrimmage and charged the played his position well. no pressure to have to Gators won the Boys McGee set up a 5 yard TD run
shut out BUS 14-0. football. BUS tried to run the Defensive tackle Marty Flag Football League title by Johnson but again the
"We didn't think we could seams between the charging Russell turned in a real good run."The kids are having a good going away as they picked up Tigers were stung when
Playoff Scheduled beat you,"Coach David Hurse Yellow Jackets, tried to run ball game Sexton said. Coach time and we're having a good two wins and upped their substitute Steve Griffis returned -
I was told by SA coaches after outside with the lead option Hurse called Russell's effort time with the kids," Loper season record to 135. a kickoff for 32 yards
the bitterly cold game, madeso and quick pitch, and tried to "outstanding. Russell was said.For for a Bulldog TD.
i for Coach Hurse by both pass. Nothing worked. When the one stopping the SA Isolation the students who wantto Gators 24- Bulldogs 6 The Tigers came back to
the weather and the play of BHS pitched tho football it plays, Sexton said when run in competition, time The Bulldogs scored first take the lead when Johnson hit
J For Men'sFlaThe his footballers. went on the ground. When BHS was not getting a good fill trials are held at the school but the Gator passing attack Raymond Trainor with a 14
"I didn't think so either," BUS tried to pass it was in too from the linebackers.SA and the top runners in the boys came to life to take a 26-6 win. yard TD pass. Richard Stitt I
Men's Flag Football Ratliff pass. The TD was set Hurse said he replied. big a hurry. was successful in takingthe and girls division compete in The Bulldogs scored on a 5 hit Johnson with a 13 yard TD
I championship is still up for up by a 65 yagd Watson to Coach Hurse blames the And, too, Hurse points out; football straight at BHS. area meets.In yard pass from Stephen Spellto pass to help put the game out
: grabs after Badcock and Steve Walker pass. Watson players for their lack of effort everybody likes to beat BHS. The Yellow Jackets success- late October, 14 membersof Mike Waters but a Scott of reach and McGee ran for
1 Kitchens finished the regular passed to Wesley Sheffield for and himself for a poor select St. Augustine and Palatka fully doubled teamed middle the club ran in the "Great Allen to Eddie Thompkinspass the two point conversion to
f season Sunday with wins and the PAT and Badcock led 7-6. tion of plays. played their best game of the guard Kenneth Cruger. BHS Race" in Perry, Florida. The gave the Gators a TD to bring the final score to 3724.
I remain tied with 9-1 records in Draw Tite came back with a Hurse said he talked to the season against BHS. linebackers just were not as race is held as part of the tie the score.SteveGriffis.
the league sponsored by the 67 Chandler to Ulysses senior players Monday after Live Oak, another traditionalrival aggressive for the most part, Florida Forest Festival and hit Allen with a Gators27-Tlgers21
Starke Recreation Depart- Dommon pass for a TD. the game. The players said is expected to do the as they should have been attracted over 700 runners in 28 yard pass to set up a 2 yard The Gators scored two
.ment. Badcock scored .on a they thought they were "up" same thing tomorrow night., Coach Sexton said. Line- all classes. run by Griffis for the Gator's second half TD's to stop the
Badcock nipped Draw Tite Watson to Tommy Hanniganpass for the game. backer Lawrence Patrick, "There was everybody from second TD,which gave them a Tigers 27-21.
19-12 while Kitchens rolled before half time to take a DEFENSE PRAISEDThe over-all, did a good job. world class runner to people 12-6 lead at halftime. Scott Allen got the Gators on I
over the Country Boys 3916. 13-12 lead.Badcock. "Much of the blame, I feel, Tornado defense did a Sexton said. Patrick led the who were just running to see if Griffis scored on a 6 yard the board with an 8 yard TD
Both teams will meet Sundayat scored the only TD is mine because I don't think I good job, over-all, says Coach team with 6 tackles and 3 they could finish," Loper said. run and Thompkins returnedan run but Chuck Johnson
2 p.m. for a championship of the second half on a 25 year called a good game" Hum Hurse. Except for the two assists, and intercepted a Sdm Lewis was the top interception 22 yards for brought the Tigers back with a
playoff.In run by Marcus Rhoden to says. Many plays that worked short touchdown drives and pass. finisher in the boys divisionfor the final Gator scores. 10 yard TD run to notch the 'I
the other games Sundaythe make the score 1912. against previous opponentsdIdn't the scrambling of SA quarter- the Roadrunners, taking score at 66.
Merchants stopped LWCI work well against St. back Anthony Britton in the OFFENSIVE LINE OK 339th place with a time of Tigers 37-Bulldogs 24 The Gators and Tigers
22-12 to gain sole possession of Merchants 22-LWCI Augustine. Adjustmentsshould first half, the defense played St. Augustine just lined up 43:17: over the 10,000 meter The Tigers scored two late exchanged TD's again when
fourth place. LWCI and the Jackson Prevatt passed for have been made, but well. The defense Coach and tried to get penetration ((6.2 mile) course. Tonda second half TD's to bury the Steve Griffis hit Eddie
Country BOYS finished the three touchdowns Sunday to hind sight is 20-20, Hurse Hurse pointed out kept BUS one of the best methods of Stern finished 563rd to place, Bulldog's upset bid. Thompkins with a 21 yard
season tied for last place. push the Merchants 22-12 points out. in the ball game until well into defending against the triple tops in the girls division. Both Both teams played to a 12-12 scoring pass for the Gators
past LWCI. "I feel we were the better the fourth period. option offense. SA broughtits Lewis and Stern set middle deadlock in the first half. and Eddie McGee ran 10 yardsfor
Draw Tite 12-Badcock 19 LWCI Jumped to an early 12- ban club but it just wasn't Coach Mike Sexton also had ends a lot, put the line- school records for the 10,000 Chuck Johnson hit Michael a Tiger score. The Gators
lead when Ronald Scott ran for his defense. The two backers in the line for meters in the and Curtis Griffin with PAT
Draw Tile was In a possible 0 that way Friday night" praise a gap-8 race. Raley got one point on a Allen to I
scoring situation with two for a 40 year TD and passed a "They outhustled us all times SA scored BHS and outnumbered the BHS Finishers in order at Perry TD passes for the Gators. Jeff Andrew Patterson pass but
minutes left when the game 10 yard strike to Jackie Davis night." Hurse admits. The defensive people were out of linemen, says Coach Bob were: Lewis, 339, Donald Taylor scored on a 25 yard run McGee gave the Tigers the
was called because of for a score. Tornado offense and punting position on the pass rush andbut Hancock.! Gissy, 454 Johnny Badillo, for the Bulldogs and substitute lead when he ran for a two I
fighting. It was the second Prevatt got the Merchants ""feame fell completely apart t gave SA the opening, "As far as blocking we did a 499, Jeff Belcher 507, Kenny Scott Allen passed to Stephen point conversion :
time this season that fights on the board before halftime he pointed out. Sexton says. Other than those good Job doing what we were Griffis, 509, Alen Davis, 526, Spell for the other Bulldog Johnson increased the \
have broken out between the when he hit Erie Biggs with It I Is most unusual for Brad- two plays.the defense hung in supposed to do," says Coach Pete Richardson, 533, Stern, score. Tigers In the lead at halftime J
two teams. a20 yard TD pass. Prevatt ran ford Kridders to have two such good. Sexton says. Hancock.' 563 Louette Smith, 623 Alesia Eddie McGee scored on a 14 when he hit Raymond Trainor r
Draw Tite took an earlv lead for the PAT to make the score "down" game in one season, In the second half the Tackle Kevin Neel was Sheffield, 624, Hope Jackson, yard run for the Tiger but with a 15 yard pass for a score. '!
on a 19 yard Chris Chandler to 12-8 at halftime.. Hurse points out But this defense "did a much better named offensive lineman of 627, Lynn Loper., 631 Toni! Allen returned the kickoff The TD was set up by a pass 1
Laverne Chandler pass for a Badcock grabbed the lead Tornado team did absolutely Job" seemed to become more the week for his effective gap Conger, 632, Diana Crawford, following the TD for a score, to interception by Tommy s
TD. Badcock tied the game when Prevatt hit Curtis nothing against War County, aggressive.Both 651 tie the game at' 18-18. ''crosby.. :Johnson passed to ,
with a John Watson to Tom I,(See Page I) Georgia,., and did absolutely' defensive ends played (See Page 1)) The Roadrunners also A 25 yard kick off return by -'e' I(See Page I>





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'i .;" "'c'-,",,;'"." <( ;.t.' ::;...."' ?. Open House Set Sun. At Sunland District ARC. Meeting: Set Here Saturday


(. ',' iur t\ U.6.1Ilir r,' \ Gainesville's- Sunland In addition to these activities District A meeting of of the the Northeast Florida former requirement Sunland now Is Training that! all Linden State Thorn Executive and Director Florida
Ann Montgomery of Bill Dale are
Center will sponsor its annual clients are'requiredlo ARC Treasurer
< Center
; -, Association for Retarded
,1i) House activities Volunteer Services will hostan expected to be present atSaturdays
Open Sunday,
luncheon Citizens (ARC) is set Satur- go through a competency
appreciation to district meeting,
Nov. 20, in commemoration of
National Retardation honor friends of the Sunland day, Nov. 19, from 10:30: a.m. hearing before readmission, Steinberg.
W1aukf Month to 3 in the cafeteria at Steinberg says. said
Community who have given p.m. of Lake
Archer
} and will feature the theme 2)) Fee collections-It will Doyle ,
Bradford School.
High
"Sunland in Action." their time and service to the Butler president of BUARC
cost to keep. '
now parents
The public is invited to
> < ,Various tours of the Center. children Sunland ,Trajning, .will be master; of s.ceremonies, ... ,

I J" ()'\ \ other residential facilities cottages on the and Center all Center Gainesville's is located at the Sunland Inter- attend families Hopefully of retarded, parents personscan and / Center for the first time this ever, for NH the Florida district district meeting.Includes.The
Steinberg and new
section of N.E. 16th Avenue on get an insight into what says Union Putnam
will be conducted. The Bradford, ,
rule will be discussed
t r scheduled events start at Waldo Road. It is Florida'soldest ARC does, says Joel' Stein- Clay, Columbia,
10 ,
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH berg executive director of the 3)) The role of Sunland Alachua
with church services at and largest facility for Washington, and Ptivil
REV. BEN BRYANT a.m. Bradford-Union Association parents in the ARC
I
the mentally retarded.
Sunland's Hope Chapel. movement. Counties.At .
for Retarded Citizens

THANKSGIVING: FIRST NEWSA BAPTIST continue After lunch at 1 p.m.activities with ..;:::.:::: :::: ft::?::* :::::: ::::::::::::: ::::::::::: ;:: : (BUARC). The district the 4)Legislatlve)1978 session priorities and the NH for its greatest extent 15,000
meeting this Saturday will ,
SERVICEThe welcoming programs also at t deal with five main Florida ARA organization for years ago; an ice sheet
Thanksgiving meal and the Chapel with tours com- | Card Of Thanks areas: reached a thickness of one
Bradford County praise service has been from there between g 1)) Competency hearing and the 1978 legislative session. mile over northern Wisconsin,
Ministerial Alliance invites planned to observe this most Rev Ray ThompsonMissionary 1:30 mencing: and 3 p.m. A second -C:: ::::::::::: :$: I Sunland readmissions. State 5)) Agency problems. National Geographic says.
\ the to attend the annual
public
v" significant event at First Is ....
Thanksgiving Day service Chruch, Wednesday welcoming program CARD OF THANKS The r
Baptist on
Thursda. Nov. 24. at 10 a.m. evening, November 23 scheduled to begin at 1:45: family of Rachel Sasser wishto

at the First United Methodist at 6:30: p.m. p.m.The Sunland Brass" thank all for the many acts ARCHER -. TANNERFUNERALHOME
Church in Starke. "Top of kindness shown to our
Members111 gather to To Address
The speaker will be Rev. share in a covered dish supperin Band will perform ceremonies at the family in the loss of our loved
Will Wright, the "Country commemoration of God's welcoming one. We appreciate so much
Preacher" from Grace goodness and blessings Hope BaptistRev. followed by a message from the flowers, food, and most of

:Methodist Church in Lawtey. through the years.Immediately Superintendent Wilkins, and remarks James about all, your prayers. J.W. Sasser U.S. 301 SOUTH STARKE

following will Ray Thompson will be Sunland's Programs and and Family. -....--
Meth. Youth be a praise and thanksgiving at Hope Baptist Church Services by Director Don r ':'r ;; : ''
service conducted by the Sunday, Nov. 20, for mission address Serving Bradford .;jf I
Kimbrell. An by Dr. '
to information and CARD OF THANKS/ Our "
Pastor Rev. Ben Bryant. night give Van Gelder, Principal of the '\' ::
and will be preach. heartfelt thanks to all who .
Activities music '
ActivitiesDon Sunland School will focus on 'J.
", :
presented to recall the Rev. Thompson. a extended comforting sympathy &SurroundingCOUntfe3 ; '
the theme "Sunland in Action G : ; ':
heritage we received, missinary for more than 20 and help in our recent ... ,
The Sunland Choir will J : J
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nationally and spiritually. years is presently serving as sorrow. For the beautiful t
Youth DirectorA close out these activities witha
'J'W"
special Thanksgiving Service Every member is encouragedto Caribbean Director of Baptist program called "Up With service, floral offerings, and .,,;t ,
International Missions, Inc. other kindnesses we are 0
will be held by the youthat be a part of this highlight of People." 4
International has Children and
Baptist over grateful.
the Church deeply
7 on Sunday year. Participating Programsand
p.m. 700 missionaries working in Sisters of Edith Christiansen Complete
FOREIGN MISSION STUDY
:November': 20. in the sanctuaryof Services include the
55 countries around the
Nov. 22, First Baptist over
the First United Methodist Cottage Programming
TServing
world.
Church Church will host a missions the STARS Modern Facility,
supper and foreign missions Rev. Thompson is promoting Behavior Department Modification The Family: of George T.
The Rev. George Harperw
directing and preachingin would like to thank and
study conducted by New River Sapp Faiths
All
ill serve Holy Communion as churches around the United Program Speech Therapy, to
our appreciation
of the All are Association. Music Therapy, Recreationand express
a part service.
States. His goal is to educationand the for their
The Foreign Missions theme many people
and Education the
invited to come worshipand Physical ,
thanks to God. will be 'Missions in Spanish evangelize the people in School Library, Farm prayers, flowers, food, and DOYLE ARCHIE
give Publications' to be conductedby that country before Jesus many acts of kindness duringour 964
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and Sheltered
Twenty'-seven youth Project, Workshop
counselors of the Methodist Mrs. Travis Kimbril, comes again said a Hope Foster Grandparent time of sorrow and loss of M ARCHER M TANNER.
.
Youth last Director of W.M.U. for the Baptist spokesman.You the Deaf-Blind loved one. .
Fellowship spent Program,
Association. are invited to attend the May God bless each of you.
Saturday at Disney World. Program and Volunteer
The group left Starke at 7 a.m. Prior to the study all are evening .services starting at Services. Arline Sapp and Family. 4
invited to enjoy a at 7:15: p.m.Meth
Saturday morning and returned supper
at midnight. All en- 6:30: p.m. in the Church
jONed the day of fun and furnished hall. Meat is being Church EtaGLE flEEI '
fellowship Calvary Baptist and each one is ji .
Church furnished transportation asked to bring a covered dish.Obituaries. M .fLw.b,. !
Hosts District
as the group experienced FAMILY DISCOUNT STOrTCS
bus problems earlier in GLASSWARE SET
the week. Don Hardenbrookwas MeetingThe I I
the driver for the event.

At the regular Sunday President's Council of
meeting of the youth group :Mrs Blanche Wolf Granger Higher Education from the
the float committee presentedtheir Mrs. Blanche Wolfe Methodist Gainesville District
design for the Christmas Granger 88, of Waldo died had a dinner and meeting ChristmasBudget
float The design was accepted Saturday, Nov 12 in Lake Monday night in the Starke
by the group and plansare Shore Hospital in Lake City.. Methodist Fellowship Hall.
under way to construct the Born February 24, 1889 in T.H. Slade chairman of the
float The snack supper was i.iveOak, Mrs. Granger was a District introduced Dr.
served by :Mrs. Virginia Johns resident of Waldo for 68 years Robert Davis president of 1 for the Save
and devotions were given byVicky Survivors include a grand- Southern College and Dr. hing Bargains Holidays

Carver. daughter Miss Cindy Lynn Durward McDonnell ..-.... -- --- -. -
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ST.I.RK'S: EPISCOPAL nieces and nephews. superindent as speakers.Approximately ? LE THE R LIMING
REX. JOHN FLYNN: Funeral services were held 95 EI .
.SUNDAY: 8:30 a,m. Holy Monday. Nov. 14, in the First representatives from the 102 N
Eucharist, 9:45: a.m. Church United Methodist Church of churches in the Gainesville I
School 11 a.m. Holy Waldo with Rev. Gary L. District attended. 0 '?

Eucharist. Conner Rev. Joseph E. 119u-. ,e i1tF K
TUESDAY: : 9:30: a.m., Fulfordand Rev. Fred Yerkes 110
Prayer Group officiating. Burial was in 'Great American tQOJOt _
T1 'T
Waldo Cemetery with the De- pVP :

Witt C. Jones Funeral Homeof Smokeout' .
V! \DISON STREET BAP- Starke in charge of
'/ I 1ST CHURCH
arrangements. Campaign Is \, tUNI 1
I It'1 1f'w
Thursday. Church wide } NE1fV

.itation 7pm. Sunday, George Troy Norman Begun By ARC .
'
Sunday School 9:45: a.m., George Troy died Norman, 73 of A EUNED. I VALUE PLUSIRANCHCPO VALUE PLUS! SAVE 14% SUPER [UYt
Children: Worship 11 a.m., Jacksonville Wednesday
Morning Worship 11 a.m. Nov 9, in Baptist Hospital Bradford County American lip, PVC JACKET JACKETS KEDS I.T.A. SNEAKERS LEATHER LIKE CASUALS CORDUROY SLIPPERS

Youth Choir 5j: p m, Church following a short illness. Cancer Society volunteers i\O.j4S WAS DIIC. 4.88 4.97
9.88 7.88
0SC. : 3.94D.nhn
Training 6:13: pm., Evening Born in Bradford County begin a five year anti-smoking Mice

Worship 7-10) pm. Tuesday, April 8, 1904. Mr. Norman had campaign today (Thursday. DA i.oBior-"" otityl. 4 ilppofpockon. rMich, |.ck.l orptaM wool Famous maker auality, In Ua-ln *lyl* >/er.M aortas. Corduroy Un4 >/>on l.vy.
Bible Study 10 a.m. Wednesday lived in the Starke area mostof Nov. 17) with "The Great 50 ."".,'. ,.:..L,XL. CPO. MMI'. S la XL. ,.n.M..s 1.12,boys'2wd vinyl uppr m m.n'e r-12. et.po>ol.>. In RIMI .r-12.
Mid-week! service, his lifetime moving from American Smokeout. / l
7 :TO: p m.. hildren's Choir Starke to Jacksonville eight Volunteers have en V
7 ::II p m, Adult Choir 8:30: years ago couraged all Bradford county 10
p m Mr. Norman was a retired smokers not to smoke or buy
:Nursery Provided for all truck driver for the State cigarettes( today.
,erL ICes Hoad Department and a The"Target Five" goals foi
member of the lleilbronn/ the following five years are YOUR CHoicI e
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Baptist Church. His parentswere getting one-fourth of adult
PINE: ; I.KVKL; ; BAPTIST the late Jerry Normanand smokers to quit, cutting the
rilCKfll NEWS; I.ula Hicks his wife was number of young smokers in 6.88 / LEATHER
"TII lKSGIVINGSIIRAVLEIIAY". .:; the late Lula Tomlinson half and reducing the tar and J. 1 USE
Norman who died in March nicotine content in cigarettesby KNIT DRESS SLACKS VAL PL at SAY 1 SAVE 1.00VINYL VALUE PLU91 VALUE PLUS!

11175. 50 percent, said Mrs. Pofyvotov doubts knit. tyttofiloMdt. CALIFORNIA SHIRTSone. DRESS/SPORT SHIRTS WORK SHOES PROFESSIONAL SHOES FOLDING SLIPPERS
Special!>> mu'ic.! outstanding Survivors include one son, Lucille Payne, chairman of .pi..b MonU..
C.iNftj, \ hing, inspirational Karl :Norman' of Plymouth. the local campaign. OR 4 94 WrR' 2 96 1 WtMl 7. 94 D1te. 3 88 w 100 .
firiti'hini{ and "dinn -r,on-tho- \ C one daughter Mrs. LEVI'8 POPLIN MANS HOC JAf 1 .Mil' nncttoll a paid
groundw'will!, \ be of Karleena Hardenbrook of .toy iMsil popHn. ,Met.amm ........: S.p.r dMIgM M ply..brl In prlnu or Oonulno Ooody.r nil con- Iricol-linod vinyl upporo, rocodod vinyl tncol knod.Aul. .
( |just some .Jacksonville brother -------------- .ktoaulor. Mon''..-.. .Ilan In_'......L,ilL. ..1M..mon'i S.M,L.KL. .,ruction.S".Mon'711PotynlotrcoKon crop*.olot.In wom.n's 9-10. .color,vomon't HO.ALUBPLU .
th highlights' al the Pine ; one .
\jifli.iptist\ hurch this Leon Norman of Starke; one Friday Nov. 11. in the DeWittC. .
MinrLiy.' :Nov 20 The church sister Mrs. Carrie Belle Jones Funeral Home S.I i.r i.-:
h1 flf'lIWla'd! ) this Sunday as Mosley of Macclenny; and Chapel with Rev. Ralph Smith r
officiating. Burial was in Dyal
Thanksgiving! Miracle Day eight grandchildren. -
With' the' Thanksgiving Funeral services were held Cemetery.FEATURE _
holiriiys upon !su. the church
wants! to take 'this time to !
,
hw
express their gratitude for the I I
Mcssings 'that (.rill has giventhan r

Thf puMic is cordially e I VALUE' '
invited' tn share in all the SAY VALUE PL { VALUE PLUS "- { 18 w V
'..rvu.1'! and to !stay for dinner LONG FLANNEL GOWNS
COTTON TENNIS HATS WESTERN LOON {MITI NO-IRON PAJAMAS PULL-ON KNIT SLACKS NYLON KNIT TOPS

151 NKW'I IT: lUTOKItrM: TO HE: ::::. 1.22 : 5.94 x:5.96 3.92 s5 IPCI Di C 3a 96,

As a result of the overflow WIIIte .,. LonjiwlyootofooMon..M.,.., I.np tip, Ftarad to*. .encase criOM.M. coin .1.s.s., .coop n.c. P..NL.M?w..nr scs S,M,I.m.M
(rowfls 'that havp hem at- -_.ed.b8N,4. 81.4iw.N..S.N.4FXL A.B.C,O. Sups s.t.sl Wan.ar, S b.Md.,wem.r K AA L SW,.' M... 7-Ia,..._...N

tendinglhe' I Pino Level\ Baptist
f hunch the church has NEW
landed tf build a new :
auditorium Work on (heMiildmg
!Khoiikl begin in a few '
"p'k" The church Is looking 1 I'l'
Forward to having new $6095'During
facilities to accommodate the <\

services people who attend their '

g, I,
I.IB.RTYf'TIST: unr furnl.h.d/Dldlv.r.d/S.t-up _AlU[ LieU SAVE 15% {A 21% AV[ /. VALUE P\.U8I_

R { CUSHION CR!_ SOCKS FOIL RO__
A 4-PC. TWAq UTOtac.
( 011.KC.E: : SIM.EKSThe ( : SAYE '
MRKHTY: BAPTIST 4.44G'. : win. TINOCPANN4.QQ8 !'Nel. 6.96

fOU.KC.F.; SINGERS: from $925 Nflr.n .brio. -' ....,.... Y.Iv.s is Sw b ...wl./ .a ,p.n soN.w, oIe..b1.1 SMdy IoS pan is w.u.NM PwaN.b .ms'wilS eww. S salts kA. '- u..ps .. .
f r.vrxhhtirg.( Virginia will be ..,..,WIllIe,_',It-4I. yd.ld.,sblps..i d pdiWS.LEvJ tool, 1 can ft'mon't, t1. M dnp.IL. IRIS,)"NM S'.n M.Ihq..yaM. 1 SONp peon 8hb.sss' -

the special guests! of the Pine __ __'
revel Baptist Church on November ( O SAVE H%

Sunday ('v..ninr/ >)ec II The HUDSON
group is seen anti heard on I the every home sale'I t Y "WON"

national television and radio Includes BIG savings TOWELS
programs of I the Thomas Road -
Baptist Church where Dr. and a s 47

Jerry Falwell is the pastor a o TURKEY -,- I WAS.
The service will begin at 7 .
pm. Dec 11 ummmmmtmmmmt
Values In New Querdon-Bullt Mobile Hornet Are Better 09lI9YALII 1\ 8AvtI'1YALU.
Than Ever. [ .I, 'b{ { P\.U I VALUE PLUSI
1107.CAN
All fungi, including edible Plus: With Every Home Sold This Month We Are .0 T,' DCNtM ; T{ M K.IRONSTONE SET 7-PC. ANNE. \ !
varieties of mushrooms have Presenting One Free Turkey To The Home A'K win :96LADY NUTS
Buyer And =
several characteristics In =. 9.80 =- !
.they contain no One Free Turkey To A Needy Family .
common ..... -. Ns 1 ,. bI M.nd., ...I. '- s.si cameo pMs. ... t. S S..spwue..w. 770
chlorophyll, they producesport'S Do Yourself A little Good... STAR KE -..._... s ,slns4NSs.nSn.. .d.Nry'S' pbI auiS..Si1-N. -,-_.....-. duMtwsn/MVwIrbpw wAaMY
instead of seeds as one

means of propagation.flowers or true aM Look And Someone Into Our Else Deal Too. HOME CENTER tAC.lE TrIF CONVFNIFN TFAMILY 32 free Stt Of fort'=ls'- A Nrclwse:7.
they have no National l Today. H1ghwey w North I DISCOUNT SICIMI'' :.t M1edesoe "tes lar- WIJ> >
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HAMPTON HIG
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by! DOLOURS: MENG at the home of his parents, Mr. MV.and Mrs. Gerald Adkins series for that day! She bowls Denmark's class: Gail the group enjoyed a big CommunityNews
PIIONE. : 46K-19I5 and Mrs. Robert Smith. visited their cousin, Supreme regularly with 'Your Kitchen'team Sullivan, president; ,Audrey bonfire with roasted hot dogs,
Besides a lovely birthday Court Judge James C. Adkins of the Gainesville Kit Brown, vice-president; and baked beans, slaw, hot coffee
CYSTIC FIBROSIS cake, sandwiches, drinks and from Tallahassee, on Friday chen Company at Palm Shian Roberts, secretary. and soft drinks.They all
Susie LoU has completed other goodies games were and Sunday. Judge Adkins Lanes. Susie LoU has also Congratulations! reported a marvelous, warm
the drive for Cystic Fibrosis in enjoyed by his friends who underwent open heart surgeryat joined this team. evening!
this area. She attended the party. North Florida Regional Carlton Meng of Jackson- PTA M.ETINGPresident
deserves
for the time and effort credit Pearl and Ricky Moseley Hospital recently. ville, Bill Meng of St. Don Roberts SCHOOL NEWS -
.' this worthwhile put into celebrated their. second Mr. and Mrs. Joel Smith of Petersburg and Tim presided at the meeting of the 5th and 6th grade students by Elizabeth G.Walker night. Sunday School 930.
SENIOR. CITIZENS program wedding anniversary on Jacksonville visited their McLaughlin of Miami all Hampton Elementary PTA have had a busy week! Phone 9646638NAACPTOMEET Morning Worship 11 a.m.
The November 15. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald visited the Paul Meng family held in the school library Brother Horice Griffin will
i Citizens Club Hampton Senior Mr. and Mrs. William Adkins on Sunday, over'the weekend. Their deer November 7.Carnival Bradford County Branch deliver his trial I Sermon
plans its next Schaub of Crescent City spenta Olie Shepherd has been hunting was unsuccessful but Chairman Mrs. Tuesday afternoon Mrs. NAACP will meet Tuesday November 20, in 11 a.m.
meeting from Friday, November recent weekend with Mr. delayed from entering the they enjoyed visiting their Jolene Friese was thanked for Betty Young from the "Thingsby night Nov. 22, 7:30: at Pleasant Service at Ebezener Baptist
18, zoo: until 4:00: P.M. in and Mrs. Wilfrid Fontaine. U.S. Navy because of a back family and friends In the area. her part in making the recent Hand" shop in Starke Grove United Methodist Church. You are invited.
the City Hall. All interested They all enjoyed a trip to Sea Injury. We hope he soon feels Mr. and Mrs. William carnival a success with a spoke to the class about fabric Church.All Evening Service 6 p.m.
persons attend.are cordially invitedto World and eating out togetherin much better.) Gilbert of Somerset, Mass. profit of $832.95. Connie Clark, painting. She told them how to progressive concern Communion will be given in
perfect weather.' spent Sunday with the Francis principal thanked all others trace and transfer a pattern to and interested citizens and this service.ST. .
Mrs. Catherine Thomas and IIAMPTON LAKE Meng .family. They are all for their efforts and consideredthe cloth, how to paint it, and the members are invited to at- JOHN MISSIONARY
CONGRATULATIONS and daughters,Katy and Judy, left Steven Brown celebrated his randparents of Karen Marie carnival a great success steps necessary to 'set' the tend. BAPTIST CilUItClli Sunday
Mr. Mrs.
Fred Phillips, on Thursday for Cincinnati, 17th birthday on November 14. Gilbert who was also a guest also !in terms of enjoyment by paint. The membership drive is on School 10 a.m. Morning
former the Hampton residents, Ohio, to spend a few days with Joey Cribbs caught one of with her parents, Mr. and students, parents and friends.It for new members and renew Worship 11 a.m. Communionwill
are proud parents of their their grandmother, Mrs. Rose those big ones in Hampton Mrs. Russell Gilbert of was decided to hold a membership of present be given in this service.
baby boy born November 5 at Parsons who has been Lake last week when landed a Micanopy. Christmas Sock Hop at the Students and teachers members. The organizationneeds Evening Service 4 p.m.
Shands Hospital in Gainesville' hospitalized.' ,nine pound bass! .. Junior.Keyes has returnedto school on December 16 for 6th should enjoy a nice the help of everyone.The MT. I'ISGAII'AM.E.: ; .
and weighing 8 lbs, 12 oz.; Donnie Lott is home from William Muse killed a his home in Fort Myers and 7th grade students Thanksgiving holiday since Concern Citizens will OIUKCII: Choir rehearsal
Andy Smith celebrated his Shands Hospital recovering rattlesnake on Monday while after a week's visit with Mr. Roberts offered to they have only two days of meet ii the regular monthly Wednesday 7::30. Sunday
9th birthday which occurredon from his recent hunting in the area. He also friends in the area.SCIIOOL donate a camera to the school school next week, Monday and meeting Monday November School 10 a.m. Morning
November 11 with a party pendectomy. ap- got a few squirrels near his for use in taking pictures of Tuesday. Classrooms and 21, 7 p.m. in the Day Care Worship 11 a.m. Rev.
decorated with
father-in-law's, Edward NEWS special interest happenings.The halls are Center at New R.J.E. Richardson is the new pastorfor
Spell's home. After making campaign PTA voted to ap- Thanksgiving themes. Church News Mt. PisgahGREATER.
Congratulations to Evelyn posters and speeches, thefollowing propriate funds for pur- ..Pleasant Grove United ALLEN
Bauldree who bowled a 230 were elected class chasing physical education Mrs. Maureen Paul our Methodist Church: Every first CHAPEL A.M.K. CHURCH:
Roberts game recently in her 533 officers .in Mrs. Ernestine equipment in Mr. Ben librarian, has added to the and second Monday night The new conference will
-- Moxley's program. seasonal theme by obtaining Young Adult Choir rehear- began Sunday, Nov. 20, with
The$10 room count for best historical books about sa7:30! : p,m. Every Tuesday 7 the return of Rev R.G.
Bait & Tackle Congratulations 1 representation of parents at Pilgrims and patriotic sub- p.m. Wednesday 7 p.m. Heastie.
this meeting was awarded to jects. They are among about Prayer Meeting. Thursday 7 The State Planning Con
Joe H. Johnson Sr. Mrs. Arleen Rich's class. 50 lovely and interesting books p.m. Bible Study. 7 p.m. ferencewill be held at St. PaulA
964-5143 GF which have arrived at the Sunday School 10 a.m. .M.E. Church in Jackson-
HAY RIDE school library recently.New Lovefeast Service 3 pm. ville Friday all day.
Simp Ilk For Outstanding Among PTA members and Mt. Morlah United The District planning
tr Achievement friends who attended a Hay students welcomed at Methodist Church: Tuesday Conference will be held at
During
\ ,? Ride Saturday night were: the school include: Teresa and night Prayer Meeting 6 p.m. Fountain Chapel in
SHINERS MINNOWS Mr. and Mrs. Connie Clark, Timmy Harris, twins in Mrs. Wednesday night Bible Study Jacksonville, Saturday 4 p.m.
L: October 1977 *W\ Mr. and Mrs. Paul Friese, Mr. Jean Clark's second grade. and Choir rehearsal 7 p.m. Sunday School 10 a.m.
and Mrs. Quinton Ford, Mr. Sheila Harris from Virginia is Sunday School 9:30.: Morning Morning Worship 11 a.m.
WORMS The Penn Mutual Life Ins. Co. and Mrs. Royce Joyner, Mr. a new second grader in Miss Worship 11 a.m. The United Services will terminate for the
and Mrs. Tommy Parker, Mr. Joyce Kuykendall's room. Methodist Women will meet 4 day.All
BOAT RENTALS Founded 1847 and Mrs. Joe Riddick and Mr. Sean Smith recently entered p.m. Sunday School studentsare
and Mrs. Don Roberts. Mrs. Arleen Rich's third First Born Church of The asked to be presentMonday
DRINKS ft SNACKS Robert L. Olson, General Agent Royce Joyner drove his grade class from Gainesville. Living God: Tuesday night at 5 p.m. for
truck and hay riders from the Melissa Harris and Jimmy 7:45: p.m. Prayer Service. Christmas rehearsal.
396-2835
4161 Carmichael Avenue school to a distant area where Parker are new additions to Friday night Tarrying Ser- Choir .FederationThe
... Mrs. Kathryn Wigglesworth'sfourth vices. Sunday School 10:30: second Federation of
grade. Ronie Cramer is a.m. Morning Worship Home Choir of Bradford County is

.. IIMMA.fAIGAa EtaGLE 1OYUND. a new 5th grader, Richard Mission 11:30.: 6 p.m Y.P.C.- still in progress at Mt. Zion
L Harris recently came from W. and or exchange services A.M.E. Church in Lawtey.
NOW OPENI! Jasper to Mrs. ErnestineDenmark's with Gainesville Church. Thursday night New Hope
New Bethel Baptist Church Baptist Church will be in
OYEZ ISO HEW TOTS class, and Alan :
Christmas rehearsal with Kev. George Lee
AT DBCOUHT: flKtSI Rogers from New York is nowa Mondayand charge
5 grader here. The school Wednesday 4 p.m. presiding. Friday night Mt.
enrollment has now risen to Rehearsal Tuesday 6 p.m. Pisgah Choir will be in
187 students. Bible Study and Prayer charge. All services are set
Meeting Wednesday 7:30.: for 7:30.:
Sunday School 9 a.m. CHURCH OF GOD IN
Thanksgiving Services will be CHRIST: Friday night
rice itz LUNCH.; !MENU:; held at New Bethel Pastoral Prayer and Teaching
!'OO21 -22 Thanksgiving Day 9 .m. The 7:30.:: Tuesday Bible Band 7
MONDAY tuna salad public is invited to attend. p.m. Sunday School 9:30.:
cheese bread sticks, buttered EBEZENER:; BAPTIST Morning Worship 11:30 with
CHURCH: Tuesday 7 Bible Minister Dewey Taylor in
corn potato chips grapefruit

up to 31% at Eagle this Thursday, Friday and Saturday &TUESDAY orange sections- roast milk.turkey Study.Prayer Thursday Meeting. The night Junior 6:30: charge GREATER Y.P.W.W..: BETHLEHEM. 6 p.m. :

FREEWILL UAPTISrCHURCH
Choir is invited to at
1 __ I _. I dressing & gravy buttered sing
cranberry sweet Greater Freewill Baptist : Monday through
t4evv I I1fiePOLAROID peas sauce
Wed. Kev. Willie of
potato pie, hot roll, milk. Church on the Choir an- Hampton
niversary program FridayBtDBI New York City presented the
Gospel in Songs and a
Spiritual Sermon. These Spirit

'. filled nights will lead up a
cNo 1''' F 0 Triple Choir anniversary
'"'- Thursday and Friday nights,
November 17th and 18th.

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Especially For You Hampton.
NATIONAL
Sunday is pastorial day.
StMCONOUCTOR And Thanksgiving: Sunday School 9:30.: !Morning
Worship 11 a m. Dinner 12
SAVE 3.00POLAROID SAVE 11V.POLAROID. SAVE 2.00POCKET t SAVE '.00 VALUE PLUS' VALUE PLUSI pm. Evening Worship 6 p.m.

"ONE-STEP" SX-70 FILM CALCULATOR MOTOCROSS BIKE 8" SPANISH TRICYCLE TABLE TOP GAMES PIESPumpkin, Lemon, Everyone is invited to attend

pp 26.88 341 4 87 12.88 :: 9.88 : 12.88Popul. PRICE DISC. 2.96 Meringue, Coconut,

.... Sporty itylel' Hl-rlaa!land Ie. Taat Meringue, Mincemeat, HOUSEHOLDHINTS
CPSC aklll
Aim snap Picture davalopa 10 color oxpoauraa par roll, Faaturaa avaiy mathematical/ dealgn .1. your at baakatball or
Out/rd.........,in.....ond.. baautilul prlnt.o ary llmol function.Uaea toM battery. cabby.'.nd-..Every bird .ban and training ."..'.1: tennia.Anyone can play) Apple, Cherry Peach,

Dinner pecan, & Yam

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Home Economics: Agent

Cloverleaf, Butterflaked

-- 1 Or Pan Rolls. t QUESTION: Can't all yeastbe
stored in the cupboard?

SAVE 200 3r SAVE 1.0'MILITARYTYPE SAVE 3.07 ', VALUE PLUSI (Mrs. T.M.)
ANSWER: No. There is a
DIGITAL CLOCK7OO RADIO SPORTSMAN WATCH MUSICAL TV TOY SST. DRESS DOLL S NEW!"BELLA' DOLL Decorated Cakes difference in the way dry and

::s 14.81 WAS 9.81 DISC.PfllCC. 4 88 DISC.PRICE 4 99 DISC.PRICE 9 88 ..,11 And Cookies Dry compressed yeast may yeast be stored is stored.for

Laaf time dlaplay ./..... Portable AM/FM radio wlln Lumlnoua dial, etatnloM ateel Wind II up. Imago rotates ftmalody 11" tall, polaod alaganlly on apodaalai A charming Iracklad country several months in a dry, cool
.hue mold.d plaalia., c.... loUd.1.'.circuitry.AC/DC. back,anll-magnaUa baglna to purl A truo baautyl gill Soil,huggabla,II"tail. place. But, compressed yeastis

perishable and should be
sStak::; B OQ t-11 stored in the refrigerator and
MIKE r used within the week.
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QUESTION:;: What is the
Central Air Conditioner
150 o Executive best way to store pecans?
,r r (!Mrs A.N.)
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mOCTOR-SILEX* N fry- ANSWER: The best way is

SAVE 2.00 .' SAVE 3 07 SAVE 3.05CASSETTE VALUE PLUSI VALUE PLUS? VALUE P USES LESS in the shell as the shell
stateness
protects against
RECORDER HAIR DRYER/ST YLER FOUR SLICK TOASTER TELEPHONE BANK ACTION' HELICOPTER ADJUSTABLE SKATES Most homemakers prefer to

WAS 1M U 8 WAS 9.81 14.81 D'IC."' 1 95 PRICE 1.97 DISC.PRICE 1:97PI..tk : store Deterioration shelled is much slowerif nuts.

Plano k.ir control, bulltlrnika In Pro 1200 wall modal ./_ .y .Proclor-fnail, Ma> color looko Ski and pay Rotary wing adlualabto front Sturdy plaalta w/aduitabla| ELECTRICITYthan the whole nut piece (not
S.II.rNancludd. a roofing!' petition elector. ....., 1 rear guar.. t...pho....M.....Gong furl ._IL((BittarM*not Incl.) ataal bar.For kids up la 10. pieces) !is stored in air-tight

containers and placed in the

many other comparable units! refrigerator or freezer.

mi".Ino QUESTION: When dried
peas and beans all classifiedin
Finest nutrition and food articles,
\'\ General Electric's
they are often listed along
'
'rOU I UMI with meat and other protein
I Central Air Conditioner foods. are they a vegetable or

SAY meat? (Mrs. J.B.)
/ with high quality features

TWIN/FULL BLANKETS _t! too SAVE 17% make it your best ANSWER: Meat our main

HAMBURGER COOKER LIGHTER ASSORTMENT 29-UTE OUTDOOR SIT 20 MINI-LIGHT SET buy in central source of protein. Comparedwith
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WAS Bulan Llgh..4. west. 3.88 :WAS 97C air conditioning other vegetables, dried
>>. 9.81NonHick .... __"7 beans and other
T.ble/ Llght..- ........5.M ,
.._S.M Machine waetiabkt fabrlca, Aicryd aor bulbs .n linking. mlM-o.tal Hghla KMpreteaMd I ;!!'" ItficHtncy, Rating' '' up 10.3 legumes are a rich
.urlece. drip tray Electronic' Light r ..... !15!!! :OI! I btu 5P.r Wall hrFamous I'a very
binding aofteal cetera.SAVE I indoor Prelealed.SAVE
mlnulel nylon luavanteed *MsMI at ;; of and
list cook In one .;s J' 5 ..el.d.l.it*.l lClimatuH source protein can
Compressor therefore, be classified as a
YALU E PUSI 25% s= .
37% SAVE 13% Automatic' 4ap..dpJm with alternate. Beans
;: ,2 meat are
SAVE M: % JQT. DOOR CHRISTMAS j I 15,51j !.
VAMUNBINTlNtMVf ==- -== tI! lower outdoor sound
iG' ---- VKKSDAVCAR 11 CARDS = JI very versatile. They are best
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"" DECORATIONS Fin"cot)
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10W-40 !COLO :. CAM LOTION 1 10-PACK !' H L i"" d.*ign original.Iom,".'" dot.n*ol used as a meat substitute
MOTOR OIL Ii MSOKNW140Z.LIMIT 101'-"EXTRA STRENGTH'' 77o !IIii&i! """"1 !fiI..."i brand, conncltons. ,lhat may when combined with small,
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!!ow '="i 1.,1401 I. hs.Tn0.diich.rg
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,
ii.! h.' protein
>cy v10 *> lpt protect
1s 1-59 /FEET weRt tL.P P. n.dfby planting chili and beans beans and
HISS I Guarded high" capacity fanWathtfr ham hock, or beans with a
WAS1M.M WA.1M i 100*>. w.1A. # ," ,. ...isiant cabin glass of milk.
.
SAX =-= a Factory-Ma, ,ltd frlgtrant"
_SUPER BUY'' .AVE! 17% 4 GIFT lylIwo.ra ,
I VALUE PLUSIAOLEDRY _SAVE_ _300_ PAPER I.a
POMVBCOLD PEPTO WREATH OM FOIL For further information ,'
4' COLO' )Q SPRUCE Want More Information? ,
a.wn., CREAM1.AMSMOL/ OR concerning your household, 'Y
I CHLOMIMB.II !w : 1 O2.JAM S OX. I i .9.87 GARLAND97c CALL FOR FREE SURVEY AND ESTIMATE write to your ,County Ex- 1
: t
IB.PAN. 1.99 89Dice.PRlcE 1 WAS Mr; fad..mbly. GORDONAIR tension Home" Economic .
13.88 '.0. ,-plaetkt. ,eeeyEAGLE IP I 0 ee). n.fell Agent. Mary Yearta. P.O. "
ostl. 5dSId .
wAS+r wauas .WIIIt_.I.1an4. giM i.lml m aeL faairWdeetgnaT Drawer 1028 Starke Florida '
u_ CONDITIONING HEATING 32091 or call 9646280. I>:xl.

I THE CONVENIENT B3l?; w. Madison Free Set Of Glasses For *18- Lay-A-Way .Purchase 284 This service is free to
FAMILY DISCOUNT STORE S -- Hwy ,100 Between StarKe S I Keystone 473-4777 everyone without regard to
I Op..n tlnil, 9 ," 9 Sn.ny til Fla. ;. ,race color,or national origin.,

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Senior CitizensLetters SOUTHSIDE NEWS [r.-- -


were sent to Rep. Southside students and staff encouraged to participate in books for students to check
Don Fuqua asking him and his wish to thank the followingbus the PTA fund raising projectof out, several mobiles to call ru at oil @
in to vote
/ colleagues Congress drivers who generously selling foobes. They come attention to this special weekas :
for Social Security legislationto donated their time to wait for in a variety of colors and well as posters which announce
insure the system is kept students viewing the make excellent stocking the dates Jr .
financially sound. Social homecoming parade and stuffers. They will sell for one On November 10 Mr.
Security is the first bulwark return them to the school: dollar a pair, the sale being Charles Hutcheson of Clay t .
against poverty of the older Barbara Crawford. Etta Faye from December 1-14. Any Electric presented an Elec- at LL1JL51i

Americans.Our have Thornton, Patsy Griffis, student wishing to sell will trical saftey program to Mrs. I .
organizations Marjorie Wade, Jackie need to have their parent signa Sandra Duncan's fifth
fought long and hard for Ellington, Willie Williams, permission slip for them to graders. He showed an excellent -
Loan Guarantees"provisions Betty Ann Griffis. Thanks to do so. When they sell two film entitled "Reachm1 I
which are included the parents who walked with a dozen they will get a prize. for the Lighting." He answered T
in the present House Bill Rep classroom to assist the Student selling the most getsto many questions f W
Pickle (tD. Texas) has In- teacher.This is the fifth choose from a list of prizes.All concering the electrical 1 .
troduced an amendment to consecutive year the entire proceeds go to Southside problems found in homes and WA .I U
prevent Social Security Trust school has viewed the parade PTA for school use. Mrs.Josie on farms.
Funds from borrowing money along Thompson Street.In Kimbnl is chairman for thisproject. Students and teachers get a I
from thp federal government: Mrs. Mildred Harper's nice treat this year with a i R '
in times of economic stress Mrs. Carol Clark's fourth November 14-20 is three day Thanksgiving fI
the ability to borrow in timesof grade room Donald Martin Children's Book Week. To holiday. School is in session :
unusually high inflation and is and Wesley Johnson are busy observe this event, the library just Monday and Tuesdaynext ) N K
high unemployment taking guitar lessons each has set aside a table of new week, Nov. 21-22.
essential to the stability of the 1
afternoon with
Social Security System when Wednesday Miss Ester Casas music To Advertise In Telegraph Classifieds I clw EI

incomes are drastically teacher, their instructor. The
produced. boys have entertained their Call Judy 964-6305
Further letters were ad- class with several songs. I I FOR YTHANKSGIVING
dressed to senators Chiles and James Harris played some
Stone them to vote To .
urging songs on his organ and was Too Late Classify
against certain measures accompained by Donald on I
which were tacked on to the Johnson
the gUitar. Wesley ,
NICELY FURNISHED FOR RENT Lakofront"
House Social Security Bill
before it was forwarded to the Emanuel Brown, Lula living room, bedroom. cottage oa G"..... Small
Williams and Simon Mitchell hitches and bath apartment BR, turnlihed, washer,
Senate; among which were a sing in the fourth grade chorus .. Phono 904-8071. hpd dryer, diihwaiher.. L....
elimination of the
phased-in and are practicing for a very 11/10 now thru May 27. 1180. No
retirement tests which would special Christmas program. pet. 473-2717 evening or 13737501 -
only help those who would Room eleven completed their M... thru Fri., 9 I
earn enough money and week of library instructionand with ELECTRIC hood and FURNACE-thomootet. a.... til 5 p.... Itpd 11/17

penalize those of us older made colorful booklets New never, hooked up. Coot
persons who cannot get a job using materials Mrs. Winkler 1300. Sell 1150. Phone 904- FOR RENT 2 BR. 2 bath I Take Heart 0 Readers The Time Is Near To Test Your Wit And Endirano Again This Year;
who are totally dependent on gave them to aid in their use of 6086. Itpd Ill, mobile borne with private
meagre social security the Ukelreat.. Year around.
benefits. It does nothing for Miss library.Claudette Peterson'sMiss MOBILE HOME with 2 BR, Phone 473-4186. Itcbg 11/17 I Just Unscramble: The Companies You See On The Ust Dot Your "I". Cross Ycur"f'. We Must Insist.

middle aged widows, with Jo Ann Tyson's fourth 2 .
bath private lake front- fOR RENTi 2 BR Cottageon
.young. children who cannot graders have been working on ago,year around Phone 473- Lake. Geneva, completely Please Be Sure You Spell It Right, Check Each Dash And Comma As You Wri*;
..work nor those of us who are dictionary skills and are 4186. Itcbg 1117rCHENETTESI furnished., (250 month piss
disabled or too ill to work. forward their *
looking to utilities. Call Jacksonville. To Be Perfect Is Your Goal, So Try Diligently, With Heart And Soul. .
We believe that those classes on library skills in the K 1 BR 724-3064. No collect calli. I ?,.R.If
benefits would go to high library with Mrs. Winkler apartment, utllltle I.- Ztthg" 11/17-24

income professionals and not next week.In eluded, totally furnished." You're Fast And Then Perfect Too, guess What We'll Have Waiting For You ;! ,
to where they should to the Mrs. ErnestineRegister's Weekly, monthly rats '
people who can not ....work not Temple Motel,', 880 N. FOR RENT Efficiency I h
fifth grade the Temple Ave., Starke, Ph... Apartment: 2 aduhi, ao A With A Golden So Pencils In Gol!
to those who can. Another the Juicy Turkey Glow Hand-Ready, Set
students are working on 9647357. 11/3 4tpd 11/24 pet., Lake Geneva, 8R-100. .
amendment we object to is work sheets left by the team Trailer for one person. 473- i ,c..
raising the eligibility age for from World Book En- 3 BR MOBILE HOME 3564. Itckg 10/17 ,.:'
full retirement benefits to 68 cyclopedia, which is designedto 1 1/2 bath, >
Double wide
years. aid the students in his use of CH/A large fenced yard FOR RENT, One BR B.... ''I j RULES: Each Space Below Represents Some Business Firms Of Bradford County
furnished, with aD .
utlUtio
We are elated to learn that that resource medium In covered patio in Hampton.Phonel49S2623.il172tpd. No
No
Vernon. Olin. vicepresidentand completing their assigned Point deposit.Lake. Geneva.pets. Broesy 473- ''I Use The Scrambled Letters And Arrange Them To Spell The Firm's Name Exactly,
member of our legislative study, Mrs. Register thinks 11/24 1426. ltpd 11/17 j
committee has been elected to they have benefited greatly APARTMENTS Completely Using All The Letters And Punctuation Marks Provided.
the office of chairman of the from this special work. Roni turnlihed, TV. AC.Restaurant !
Bradford County Democratic Cramer, formerly in this FOR RENT MOBILE
and loungeadjoining. HOME PARK SPACES Any Reader Of The Telegraph Is Eligible To Enter This Contest
Executive Committee in room has moved to Hampton.We Underwood .
AVAILABLE In Lake
which position we wish him are sorry to lose this good Motel U.S. 301 4 ml. Northof Butleron 1
121.
good health and much success student Starke.. 11/17 2tchg" 11124 your Hwy block 4 We anchor win move plus j The First Three Persons Submitting The Correct Or Nearest Correct Answers

In !Mrs Lynn Ward's special hook-up water and sewer for 'I '
education class Rickey 2 LARGE BEDROOM no cost at all,just a mere $30 'I, BEFORE 1200: Noon On Monday, Nov. 21 Will Be Awarded' Turkeys\ For Thanksgiving.
Election of officers of our Gainey, fourth grade student mobile home on GrUfie Loop. lot rent, single. wldes. only.OLIN'S .
ALSO for rent or isle, travel
club for the year 1978 will be has earned 607 pointsthemost trailer, clean. Ph... 964- MOBILE HOMES 1
Hwy 100 W., Starke 964-
conducted at our next any student has ac- 8816. 11172ROOM \
5606. "
meeting Nominations will be cumulated Rickey is ifdigFOR !
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hard from the floor and votingfor "saving" them to see how Three Turkeys To Be Given Away
each candidate will be many he can gain. Studentsearn APT. and 1 !

recorded. This is an annual points in various ways KITCHENETTE: Completely RENT Two small offices.
event although some members directed toward their studies furnished, allutilities. downtown Keystone. Cornerof 1
Underwood Motel,
of our executive board and conduct which were Lawrence and Flamingo. \
.. .
301 North In Sta.
have served more than one agreed upon at the beginningof Phone 473-4907. tl/.... !
year. Installation of elected the year. Each Friday, if 3 BEDROOM Mobile Home WINNERS WILL BE NOTIFIED BY NOON TUESDAY NOV. 22. 1977

officers will take place at our they have earned the accepted with central. heat, onKingiley AVAILABLE DEC. I. ;;...
first meeting in January. amount of points for the week Lake Phone 533- BRADFORD VILLAGE .
The final meeting of. this ..they may choose from a list of 2368. .11/3 tf/cbg APT& I Bit modern hart 4aished 1 I ; ; ..' ;;. :. : ; w -::, '. rl"' "
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willfb&tva. -Christmas ... ... .- 'Ot'17e@t"s lFCt1" a .>>" :f ): rbieaztzt.:;: ; x.r,"IC;
.t.o.w.w.t
\ear {desirable,treats;(Jr.privilegesand HOME- ;; ACe carpet, wak-i*>* ... \ 7 :" ::!.:! Employetis .. i ..
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party. Plans and activities for may at that time "cash MOBILE country, closet, walled. garden patio: -- -
this happy event will be in" their points. furnished, children welcome. off-etreet parking. 315 W. 1
Phone 964-6114 or 473-4777. \ I
Washington phone 964-8601
discussed at our next meetingat Attention Parents and
4/7 tf/cbg before 8
a.m. TF/chg
the Hecreation Center. Students .- All parents and
Pratt St Nov 22, 1 p m students at Southside are PRUDYNMPSANUNYOUALMPREPACDCP SOOTARETRASAMPPORMKTYNC

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nottyped and brought to ALUMINUM SIDING HIGHEST PRICES PAID
POLICEMAN Cityof J968C VELLElPS-U.; ii-' 205 N. TEMPLE
the office.PERSONAL. Awning, gutters,, window, lor used .te".. and r.frig.r.atore. L..te,. apply at F... AC. 307 en. m Keystone PORCH SALE : IaiLL ill STARKE.FLORIOAA
etc. Joseph D. Garrison. OLIN'S MOBILE *
State Employment. Service. cents lb. Phon964-7220
Classic mags, AM/FM Friday/Saturday to 5 p.m.
Phone 964-5205. 8/11 tl/chg HOMES SALES 964-606. Moat have PoUco Standard. stereo S track. Phone 782. after 3:30: p.... 11/10 2tchg Orange and Spence next to beautiful builders home :3 BR 2Va Baths, LR,
Open J Jays.a "'''''. "/.... and moot CETA 11/7
V rUuTrCLEANER REPAIRS requirement 3165. tf/chg Air Park Church [Starke] DR. office family room double garage, pool,
SERVICE : All makes all WE BUY PECANS. Phone .. Itchg 11/17 Itpd 11/7 CH&A outside city Ideal country home $45,000.

model. St.... Sewing, 964-5044. TFchgSEEKINClEMPtOYMENTl FOR SALE 1952 Willis RIDING MOWERi; 8 lip 36" I Why not have more of the good life'.
JR. REAMES HEATER Center,215 East CaD Street. Jeep Call 4311831. Itpd cut electric alert good FOR SALE One body .1..

CLEANING AND REPAIR.WlDt.r phone 964-8312. 4tpd. MOTOR ROUTE 11/17 condition. New. drive belts Sauna bath. 135. One queen Located on Mimosa Drive In a lovely neighborhood
I I.coming. It. lime to la Keystone or surroundingsree. CARRIERS needed for the ---- and tune up.Phone 964-5390.! site. water bed S20. Call Is attractive brick
an residence with 2130 sq. feet of
Stacks,Raiford. and 11/10 2tpd 11/17
have your heatero. and ENDOFSEASONSPECIAL Mature Christian Lawtey 1969 INTERNATIONAL weekends only 4733609. .
tr.nqullllvino blend of nature and
space perfect
Lake Butler Most
lurnace cleaned and female. Experience area SCOUT 4 wheel drive, V.8. -------- Itpd 11/17
checked.. Call Jr. Reame chemical: High pressureand secretarial real estate, have good transportation run*good,looki (ood. Phone FOR SALE Never been Florida comfort. :3 BR, 2 Baths, CH&A and all the

today. 782-3326 or 9648962. remove mildew,cleaning bugs, etc.. to owner of business. Contact and bo bondable. Phone 782-3321.: Itpd 11/17 used 21 cu. ft. froit-free FOR SALE 1, 2 and 5 acre goodies on a large lot.

tpd 11/24 Aay single homo Ml. Hardafe. "473-3325 GalneevlUo S..n. 9648170. Frlgidaire upright freezer. tracts, some restricted to
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125.93. Phone 964-8961 story after Route I. Box Z61-H Itchg 11/17 1968 PLYMOUTH FURY 4 Used 6 ..0.., General homes, others permit mobile 170 sq. ft. frame home in town ideal rental

ALCOhOLICS ANONy.MOLIS 5 am. 11/3 3tchg 11/17 Keystone Height.. Itpd door, run good. Phone 782. Electric eldebyilderefrlgeratorfreosen ho..... Terms from 1200 property only $7,000.
: Phone 964-<<189.. or 11/17 WILL PROVIDE room and 3366. tf/chg end down, 140 monthly, by

967619. tIchgDESADLED SEWING MACHINES board and. small salary to Kitchen Aide heavy dutydiihwasher. owners, phone 473-4375. 4tpd Presenting two important residences that are Incredibly .
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VETERANTWOITclenn REPAIRED all makes. ROOM: Young female adult of woman elderly In exchange couple.for Will care 1973 SATELLITE house with. See at white trim 11/3-11/25! magnificent on Hampton Lake. One. is

: out your gang* If cleaned, oiled and adjusted. |ull-tlmo student) need consider part-time. Phone SEBRING Plus. At. AC PS, behind. green Andrews OAK FIREWOOD 120 completely furnished.! All this in a tropical paradise
allowed to keep. the 17. Work .......t..d.James room close I I. Will babysit tires, 11300. Phone directly per
unwanted aid ex 468-1566 or write Tiller, PB now Drugs in Keystone. ltpd pickup truck. Phone 782- caressed by the lake breeie. You can have 1'1.'
,Junk.. 4732406. .tln/chg' Strickland corner ol Morgan part-time Phone nurses 964-7205. P.O. Box 240 Hampton. tpd 782-3961. 11/10 2tchg 11/17 11/17 3434. tfchgWATSON'S
Road and perience.
Hwy 16. tf/chg' 11/17 Petite two BR home In impeccable order with income
CASH FOR GOLU 11/10 2 tpd 11/17 FOR SALE Van 66 Ford .
Sterliag. Econollne heavy duty, good FOR SALE Remington HOUSE OF apartment or guest house SS22SOO.
,jewelry. diamonds, col... WE BUY mobile home axles. ---- --
dental gold. Will "'.It and tires. Pick up or deliver. WANTED: Tree rights on MATURE LADY for condition.. 1450. After 6 p.m. Speedmaiter 22 automatic VACUUMS many brand of
anywhere. 475-1089. Mr.you OLIN'S MOBILE HOMES. tract |121.f| Und with 12 to 20 secretarial dutiee. needs all weekday and weekends. model 552A. S .& W 38 now vacuums. Used Handsome brick rancher near town on a large

.RIU..... 11-3 Hwy 100 West. Open 7 daysa ft. oak tree for mechanicaltreneplantlng. around experience In secretarial call 475-2546. Itpd 11/17 military and police special. S machines available. Export corner lot. Nearly new So well Insulated the utilitybill
Jtchg I.25| .& W 32
week, phone 964-5606. Phone 964S374 duties plus a working regulation police repairs,all makes.. Parts and is unbelievably lowl Woodburning fireplace :3
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WATCH JEWEL ty tf/chg Jacksonville Landcapo knowledge of accounting.Send DODGE DART 1975, 6 cyl. 3556.revolver Brand 11/17 new.. 473- accessories for all vacuum BR 2 Baths, LR, DR Florida room, CH&A en-
Co. Itpd 11/17' with A/T P/S. A/C. new Itpd systems. 404 NW 10th
to John Miller.
reaumo closed double Available .
REPAIR wedding Invitations garage. immediately.Prime
radial. Fine
shape, 12.500. Avenue, Gainesville Phone
P.O. Drawer A. Starke TF
and engraving. Keystone NEED CASH? Wo BUY NOW: build In Spring.
buy junkcars WANTED House to mevo.Phooo Phone 964-6038 after 5:30 376-7110. tf/chg
Jeweler 11/3 tin ,pickups. and trucks.. Joe 472-3647 evening. CETA POSITIONS' Atl.ppllc.at. ....11/3 3tpd 11/17 Enloy the lake next summer. commercial property Tuck' Drive In on

--------- Shaw, Ray Pet tit. 4962151or Newberry. Itpd 11117WoNT'WT" for the followingposition. : Only three lot left. Lake. UTILITY BUILDINGS: All 301 South. Also, CB, 7000 sq ft. building at 416 E.
Mo\INES INSURANCEAGENCT 4962829. 8/4 tln/chg must meet CETA Hampton 0..... Building lots aluminum prewired, rocop-. Brownlee A lot of space for a little money.
160 South Lake. ....." B'U"'iT"Ud FOR SALE from S2.950 up. Good terms.
-- --- ---- tables,light switches, lights
Title VI criteria plus job
Avenue. Phone 4963978. INSURANCE RiherdInsurance lip for tractor, 3 pt. L.K. Edwards, III A Assoc. tongue sod floor,
scoop qualification necessary for groove Four acres with: BR frame home 2 wells mobile
Phone for quote. on auto Agency, Farmersand hitch. Phone 964-5734 alter each Job. FIREMAN LAYING HENSi; Barred Inc., Realtor,473-4903. 2tchg delivered and set up. home site, outbuildings SM.SOO.
..ohU.. home, bonds, and Dealers Bank. Building,< 3:30 p.m. 11/17 tpd 11/24 POLICEMAN 1 position Rocks, New Hampshire 11/17-24 Financing available. up to 48

commercial Insurance. 3/17 phone .496.2101.Lake. Butler. must bo certified by Police Rods., Several pure b.odroo.t. FOR SALE Ceramic- 1D01d.. months to pay; 60 sizes. 3 BR, 2 Bath, 1650 Sq. Ft.frame home with CH&A on

tfekTHOMASON,___ _____ 10/11 tt/chg. WANTED TO B'U"'iT"; Baby' Standards. POLICEMAN: .... Debeaked hlrd.Id..1 Nov. 19 through: Nov. 23. Suzuki. of Starke 964-6020 or /a acre on U.S. 301 South of Starke, 128,500 Must
furniture ta good condition. 96"- 021. 5/12
RENTAL SEPTIC TANK A GREAS Phone 964-5140. Itpd 11/17 Must be high school for cage laying from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. YvonnePasiwater tt/chg see to appreciate.The .
EOl:I P.Land graduate and never. convicted operations. Pete, 964-7942: "
Clearing. TRAP, cleanouts. new U...., 11/17 SR-IOO BAH1A HAY: Argentina'
4963640. 11/17 Itch, .......bl.. Joe Foreyth of a felony. CLERK- Itpd Keystone Heights Phone highly fertilized phone 964- creak of a barn door: 17Vi acres with 2 trailer

NEED---------- 4311022. All business ap- HOMES FOR SALE TYPIST school graduate Must able bo to high type UPRIGHTFRE"EZERI 473-4000 Itpd 11/17 6071.,7/21 tl/chg hook-ups plus 28x70 CB barn with bathroom I
EXTRA MONEY 331ch
predated. S7S.OOO. _ _
and do general office work. Sears Frost-free, 15 cu. ft., "
FOR CHRISTMAS? WE LABORER Muet have like new Phone 473-4061 YARD SALE;Nov. 18, 19. GUNS FOR SALE: Z2'. Two story gracious older home on Madison in good
BUY' mobile horns*axlea and Everyone la losurablol"Immediate 3 BEDROOM HOME and 5 chauffer licence and be night Itchg' 1117POOL 20. Go North on SR 16. turn 25's, and 38's, sold at DAh- repair with huge rooms and a beautiful, large lot
tires. Pick .... left
up or deliver. acres for by owner.Located on Morgan Rd., 2nd dirt mer's Discount. TF/chg with
OLIN'S MOBILE HOMES. JOE coverage byphone" 2 miles East of physically able to do laborwork. 'TffiEa1I road past Primitive Baptist a secluded back yard. Only $26,700.

Hwy 100 Went. Open 7 days AGENCY 496-2126 USHER Mlddleburg. Priced to cell Contact Starko accessories Included. Phone Church. Itpd 11/17 FOR SALE: Diamond. I
a week. phone 964-5606. or 496- 51500. Phone 2824684anytime. Employment Service for needles for stereo over Bachelor Special: New 1 BR CB home on 1 acre in
2903 7/28 certification and referrale. 9644565 after 4 p.m. Itpd any
tf/chg 10/27 4uhf 11/17 Itchg 1117WANTED 11/17 FOR SALE: Acreage. 2.73 247 different ones, w. have country. completely furnished, also, sleeping
them all. DAhmer' quarters in frame bldg. only $22,500.
'- acrea on paved rd., off 238
: ;; MOBILE HOME-42 ft. long, -
CARPET MOTORCYCLESINDIAN
CLEANING'
LADIES i icYCLEt Brand; West of Lake Butler ST.OOO. Discount tf/chg
1 AC Route Bex
old 3.
the holidays W. are now year : CETA Police now" 26 Inch coaster. 60. and terras. Crown Real Ready to move condition in every way Only a
!5O8 Jo-La
Starke. Motel
taking appointments and Officer. : The City ol No collect call. Phone 96.... Estate, Inc. Realtor, 752- Wo also have new freezers special situation makes this unique property available -
U.S. 301 South. 11/10
giving FREE estimates. for 90 250. Phone 2tpd electric stoves,and washers.DAHMERS .
Is 7308. lift
Keystone Heights now Itpd 4883. 11/17 12/8
aU carpet cleaning from now Bert EU Tabron, 964-6497. 11/17 for 4tchg DISCOUNT. at $44,500. Handsome 348 sq. It. family room
11/17 111241975KAWAS accepting applieatlono with fireplace, customized kitchen, combining fine
until Chrbtmaa. Call beforeNov. 2tpd one Police Officer. ApplIcants FEMALETOPOODLE7"7 Phone 964-7923. tf/chg
30 and receive FREE FOR SALE Doublewlde must meet the wk* old. Phone after 4:30: STRAWBERRPLANTS architectural treatment with new carpets and
deodorizing and Scotchgard / KIi50End..o. mobile homo and 2 lot la following. qualification: 11| p.m.. 964-6459. Itpd 11/17 ready for immediate ahlp- PATiO COVERS; 10z20 for drapes.
protection with any carpet : only 1,400 miles. Lake Geneva area. 3 BR. 2 Police Standards Council. ment. Certified virus free. ham and mobile homes.

.cleaned.. Phone 964-8961. Excellent condition.. Silver. batba. Phone 473-2018. Itpd Trained 21| ResIdent el Clay FEEDER PiG'S.5 wks old. Tlega, Sequoia, Fresno S19> Installed. $139 uolnsr Peace and quiet in Earlton,4 BR,2 Bath CH-A, fire.

11/3 3tchg 11/17 and black silver helmet 11/17 County 31] Unemployed for Castrated and wormed.YorkahlroHampshlro L...... Shasta Crux Hood. .lied GATOR place$30,800. Owner will consider financing.
Included. 1900. Phone 964- Fla. 90's, Florldabelle. *
30 days or more. Applkatlone cro... .UMINUM. Phone 372-
HOME REMODELING; "If 50-10. Itpd 1117Sl'ZUKIOF NEW HOMES Low maintenance may be picked. upat Phone 964-8682. Itpd 11/17 Truckload delivery or UPS H767. 4620 N.W. 13th St.. Cecelia/ T Tewif/egor/
if. In the home, we do HI" brick 3 BR.2 Bath the City Hall between the and air freight. nervlce. Gainesville 8/11 tf/chg

Plnmblng electrical. fireplace. Keystone area, hours of 9 .....and 4 p.m.All SALES AND SERVICE Write or call for free color ----- m NEW LOCATION I
roofing room additions, STARKE your above Keystone Oaks.. No Applications must be CB Commercial marine, catalog. Dean Foster GARAGE SALE Saturday 205 N. TEMPLE
etc. Good work at a authorized Suzuki. dealer. closing co.U. Priced. from received. by the close of aviation, FCC Licensed. Nurseries, Rt. 2, Hartford Nov. 19, 9 '.ID. until 5 p.m.Bayleae STARKE, FLORIDA
reasonable. price references.. Phone 964-6020. 1640 South 135,000. Adame Bofldero. business hours on Monday Radio Communications Hwy Mic. 49057, Phone 616-621- Highway: I mile REALTOR PHONE 964.7776
Phone 9648087./ 11/3 4tchg Walnut 1301 South laStarke. 473-2056! or 473-4078. 8/18 November 28. 1977. Itch 100 west, 496-2254.! 11/10 2419 or at night phone 616- north of Baylese Highway
11/24 .) tf/chg tl/chg 11/14 4tpd_12/1 424-5423. Itchg" 11/17 Church Itpd 11/17



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BILL'S SAW SHOP: Complete FOUR BR FRAME Home WANTED' : CETA Park. : New Gobese Grapefruit Diet 2-FAMILY GARAGE --

sharpening service, MISCELLANEOUSGOOD baths, 10 oeree, completely The City of Keystone Pills. Eat satisfying meals. SALE: 'Saturday. Sewing LONGCIIAMP I MOBILE HOME WATERS
circular hand carbide, fenced. Phone 964-5799. Height i I. now accepting and lose weight. 11/17 3tpd machine TV, clothing Home and Building
chain mower blade hollow PRICES PAID for 11/10 3tpd 11/24 applications for a Park and I 2/I shoesSR.161 1/2 miles poet PARKINSIDE lULL D02INO

ground and balanced. Leaveat used mobile .0... if Streets Lborr.' Application Morgan Road.Look for olgn.llchg Materials
Jackson Building Supply mortgage I I. 3/4 paid *r HOME FOR 8ATE77BR in must meet the CUSTOM MADE 1117REGISTERED -WEBUILD- CITY LIMITS *Bulldozer Work

Starke. Keystone Height more. OLIN'S MOBILE Keystone Club. Estates. following qualification! II| DRAPERIES ...* We are ENGLISH Your Plans Or Ours I Walk to Bradford Square Small
tf/ckg HOME SALES 9645606. Kitchen equipped. Partially Able to do landscape, now stocking. lots of fabrics. Or Downtown Large or
.. Open 7 days weekly tf/chg cnrpeted. Scroened-in-porcb. maintenance and general Free estimate.. LomeSlephea. SETTERS 7 mos.. old. ISO Your Lot Or OursFREEESTIMATESJ -- --
-- --- each. Phone 468 1175 after 6 *Land Fill
------ Golf Course ..... Call W. labor 2)) Resident of Clay phone "96.2211. 11/17 S30 Per Month
FOR LEASE Watermelon Donahoo after 6 p.... weekdays County 31 Unemployed for 6/24 tl/chg. p.m. Itpd All City ConveniencesFire PondsWILBUR
bind for .lease 60 acres In or anytime weekend. 30 day to 15 weeks or..0... Remodeling Repairs ,Police Protection *
REGISTER 11/17 ..11124uB'Li:7WiDEMb Contact Mre. Stone, Florida ALLIS HEATER 100 gallon kero- Additions and
pasture. 496-3793.: Itpd 473-3472. 2tpd CHALMERS City Gas Water WATERS
State Employment Service, .... tank and stand plus
I 11/17 TRACTOR: 1950 W. Model. Homes Bought Sewer
Coleman keroeene hooter.
Clay County Annex HIghway
LP GAS : Goad running condition. 4MI
---------- Both In excellent condition. SoldTradedACREAGEFOR Jo-Lu Motel
16. Green Cove Springs
Home 24a65. 3 BR. 2 both 1800. Phono 964-8682. Itpd Madison. St Starke
308 S. Thompson St. FREE PUPPIES: Mixed family room, carpet cxc.road. or call.473-3711 Ent.295. All 11/17 Phone 4681475. Hampton, ----- 964-8810 680 W
... down and applications must be after 6 p.m. Itpd 11/17 Of m-ssn
Oobcrmsn and Boxer, 8 wks. .d. *.000 -_
964-5888 received by the close. of
JimThorpe.
sum payment
old. Wormed. Phone 9648514. YARD SALE Nov. 1920.
: Reduce safe and fast with
business hour Wd- SALE
SPECIAL..WUU 11/17 2tchg 11/24 SR 225 near 16, on .hUd...'* Hem, clothes, ..tc.SR.III .
Gobest Tableta and
they laat.30Ib.propane. after lip... 11/3 3tcbg 11/17 .e.d.,. Nov. 23. 1977.. Itchg UCIrou.d.. E.Vap"water
11/14 on Itchg pills" 11/17 3tpd 12/1 It'sCarradine's MOBILE HOME
11/17
9644853Highway
WANTEDWANTED FOR SALE 30 acre el land HOUSEKEEPER Live In, if
cylinder 22.95 with 3 bdrm. houa*. barn possible. Cooking end 'light Before 301 South SERVICE POLES

: We'll buy and 12 pecan trees, locatedon housework. Phone 9646622.Itpd .' Starke for 100 AMP
CASH CARRY DOCK anything: Walter Woods or Stat. Rd. 238. 3 ml. east 1117S"ALESFERSONS"

Home Delivery Of A.G. Smith 496-2131 Itpd of Providence. Call 7520516or You.Boy A 120aoo -
BOOTSJUSTINWRANGLER
Cylinder A Bulk Gas 11/17/ 752-5592 after 5 p.m. to trainfor .
2tpd 11/10-11/17 Luxler. Beauty co..ult..t. .- BRASINGTONCadillac AMP
VTE BUYPU"A DAILY: .. Phono Louise -Mobile ,
J.R. Walawrsjbt A Sons. St.... 964-5616. 11 '3 3tchg' OldsmobileSales 208"HIKBAY
BUSINESS! POTENTIAL! St..... Farmer Market. C LOST & FOUND 11/17 & Service Belts Sixes
200' on Hwy No. 100. 180' TF/Chg Bolt Lake: 225' frontage, Home 18 to 56 **)-H w.l*.
furnished MH tall pines. ineSekctionOf Used
Deep 3 BR 1 Bath home ..1. VtllKINM *e-llS
LOST DOG: Small .beautiful sandy beach
with several out buildings. CARPET Cars Taken On Bags Wallets
ANTED: Used refrigerator silver Yorkshire Terrier Hwy 100 cI... to See Alike WsMslo) Vlosi sMowliet
Owner financing availableMJ.5OO. *, ....h..., stoves In with beige. face. Lost In CLEANINGSteam Keystone, Total propertycan Cadillac Trades Indian MoeeaslaeUse

good condition. Phoae Dobmer' Hampton Area. 100 be bought for 130.000 John 2001 N.W. 13 378-5301
-- Discout at 9647923. Donna Clean homefor curlay'sway
REWARD. Phone or 100' Blue mobile
NEW HOMES: We have GAINESVILLELillian plan'
tl/chg 4751325 or 475-1748. Itchg Or (18,000. Term

them them. and If you we would are selling like anew ---- 11/17 ShampooHOLIDAY available.Call ____ 473-3775 CARRADINESLEATHER---

home come choose us today for water SHOP IB: RALPH

from our wide selection of front property, homos, Lawtey,Florid .

Kinga berry Homes. Very nice a.ighborkoodlsteresting SPECIAL mini-ranch sod acreage.L 78t.3400GEORGE ''A, ., BRYAN

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of Lake. Butler LR. DR. Hall '24?* FAULKNERE
LAKE CRAISDIN: 2 BR. 2 history EDWARDS III C. Pearson Real Estate

both sowing rm.. double Claude Howle Realtor
garage .r.d Could be a SHOWPLACETwo 4734903Floriland m: Real Estate
patio. W/W carpet CH/A Rt. 2. Bo* 85-C A 2117 N. Temple

Lot of Fruit trees block from Main St. Starke8045684Wetll to.IOfl L lawtex. Florid 964.8788
$41,000. Realty -
712.3808 OFFICE OPEN
- ROBERTS. ALL
126S.W.t..St. rwi
from (front t*back
Opoa porch 393 N.Temple Ave.
CLUB ESTATESery! Starke,Florida I Reg.Real Estate Broker DAY SATURDAYSUN
lovely 3 BR, 2 full bath t Drilling Stark. .FU. 964-5063 3 BR. 2 Bath CB Home Phone "".7826
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home with, b..tlfulw Reasoaably priced Office: 964-7700 -y CHoVA cloned garage, nice 9M North Temple. Ave. BYAPPTMENT

carpet cathedral ceiling 2" thru 6" WrdYA.M. lot, assume 51/4 percent ITAK. !FLORIDALarge
fully equipped.. kitchen Include 9 bedrooms end 8 fireplace Open Double. Wide M-H Unfurnished mtg. 135,000. 22flL 20 acre and 3 BR from
CII/o\, Hugo screened and Fast Rotary Going barber A beauty on I sere nicely house and ,3 BR double.

carpeted porch earner lot.I Aatlque levers will mveNumerau business en 301. Good .landscaped. 18000. 3 BR frame home, CH A A. wide Pecan and oak tree

block from club. house Drilling Equipment\ corner property V, ..c..lth2BRMH X fenced corner lot 15000. fenced and crese-feeced.
-.. --- 4BR frame house. Close I. North of Starke..
32000.-- large tree* and shrubs ....* STATE LICENSED 3.86 acrss, 187' on 301) 24 garage, 12 X 24 patio. 3 BR furnished mobile LR. family room, .. ton Will sell all er from 3 acres

Business Oppartuaity beautiful setting .a 3/4 acre. .......es.... I2a,44 trailer,ceatral air, 2 Nice 2 BR. 1 bath blockhouse home, with addition, very acres, just off SR 16. .p.
health BR 10..10 utility keuae, --
Falling neat. 113400.
requires a:.... Grocery and f! 12x20 storage shed with en I acre. 301 North. 3 BR LR, CUT TO THE BONEI W !
House For Silt Owner has cut price; *
400'n 16a28 concrete Door. 8.7 frame house, o. ten aero,
flea market" 2400 eq.ft. 3 BR. !'/, bath'cH*Agreat acres- SR 100, s. have cut our commiailon
0 HWY N*. 21, Lock New & LsecfSalesPartsService -- --- location $35,000 goodterme. 13300. tractor and equipment. for quick ..1.. Weet
10 acres with big. pines .. - -
Stock. and Laud" Appro 2.73 acre of wood. located between L. Butler and traded road. Off SR 12S 10 Acre : facing SR 230 Several commercial lots oo Madison, 3 BR .large DR.
Providence off SR-238. Owner will a...... carport two perch,
KEYSTONEHEIGHTS List of Lawtey. 3 BR 1 bath on appro*. >A A both aide WU... Rood 301. frame with asbestos
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U. Room. 122000.
I E.Z TermsPiwthij acre separate '
30 acrea farm ...... N. double garage, paved drive 12 acres and 3 BR CB .1011.,; Geed condition
let incmdee etevo.refrigerator .
REALTY 498-2126 JAIIE USHER building. excellent neighborhood.. 36 JS Acres J340'Os US home, with family room 2 corner. ; Woe
S80W.MAIN I ; ; ----- 301. Terms baths, CH/A. West olLawtey. I drspee.
MLS 498.2903 Registered Real EstateBroKer LAKE BUTLER 156,500. listed $26.900 NOW
: 14 acre farm 3 yr. old 3 BR.2 bath, brick on>/,nero, .
James E.Powell Realtor barn back 21000.
M. Urge cowpens leaced yard. -----
473-2614 New Installation *D fenced, cattle 4 beautifully .landscaped.Nice LAWTEY AREA 3 BR t bath block house m -----

equipment.. ."....L The ----- Saratoga Height. Ready for building .r
homo One let
... mobile : acre
family tarn 2'/ > ---- -- ---
perfect :; 3 BR batk.i acre 2 BR frame home, completely
301 North.
off WoW
Remodeling ..,. .,.ry' Just
LIMERDCKFOR -- --- nicely landscaped yard with f.r.I.It.d.l.cl. now Two 20. tract
All Work 3 BR brick/block homo, .. IS X 30 swimming. pool II washer A dryer 813,300. .......b.... Just off SR 16 soptl$1.000.tank and Hghtpele.
0" Repairs.Duppa'ncjr I acre (priced reduced) unit metol with nk Urge paved r.....
SALE GuaranteedJiaph. .... -- --- living ejuarter. 6 acres el 20 Acres Jut eft 3R-225W ----- Evening: sad Weekends:
3 BR aluminum aiding .bed doing a geed buoines. the. pend 2 mobile .home 3 BR brick with I bath ha iULPHBRYAN-964-

hem .. I acre.Mere land T..... .......,*. .hog It.r. town. Realtor
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Allea I. TaftefUttf la ----- 33500. ---
PUMPS& SUPPLY Call 964.7700Veraie Paul H. F.u..r 3 BR. bath,block home as ART PATRAY4732039

: P.OdemR.g.RealEetat. tailor 51J Acres: Brick home Stark City Limits. Salesman

JtuiJ..m'l Broker -- CHAA 3 BR, 2 !baths 2 -- -- -

COMPANY Evenings 964-8476 Aseocloteo. fireplaces, beautiful ,WATNEUOLGLAS9644593 .

782-3172 ,782.3547 864 N. Temp's Ave ------. Irene L. Faulkaer pasture, 8193,400. GEORGE ROBERTS JR. -
Pearl Andrews.A.... EII"illg' flf4.IU, Bog Real Estate Broker. Salesman
Eve. And Weekends0 'uDHclnvltd! ,To:View Display; 3 Mile North Of Lwtoy Starke 1647739 SnsaaM.BakksaEvening DAY.EVENING 4 Phone.....7828 --- .
WEEKENDS LIST! WTTH I S.W
Mount In On US. Janet M. Starling '
Of Chop 301
1 ", gpd; I2." 964-7061 .T82-3896 4ITi ,.....7S2-38O8 ,OPEN Saturday A.M. E HI

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Drops 2 Sets W Sights On Next YearThe 'I CONFEDERATE GUN SHOP 't 1.1

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Cowboy Pee Wee and Richie Fender rushed for Doug! Samons, Jodie Griffis, tackles; Clayton Norman and Thibodeaux Coodowns who replaces resigned Ron because plans money to making raffle a project$50 bill as The a *frGunsmithing *Shooter's Supply I j

Junior Midget teams ended 107 yards and Andy Chaff Arnie Evans and Chuck Vince Culverson with three he was moving from winner will receive the money ALSO AGENT FOR
their season on a down note picked up 42 yards rushing for Goodowns with one tackle tackles; Wayne Slocum with Starke. m time for Christmas shop- HARDEE'S TAXIDERMY STUDIOaLY40
Saturday but hopes are Starke. Other rushers for each. one tackle. The association also set ping.
running nigh for next year's Starke were Tony Diggs with "We just couldn't seem to 1 i i
team. 19 yards rushing, Rick Welch Jr.Midgets 6-G.C. Bucs 33: get the offense going, but we'llbe i iI
The Junior Midgets were with 15 yards rushing and The Junior Midgets playing again next year I
I stopped by the Green Cove Kenny DeWitt with 10 yards managed to put some pointson and hopefully a lot of boys that :
:II Bucs 33.6 while the Pee Wees rushing. the board but the TD wasn't didn't play this yaer and helpus
lost 40-0 to the Orange Park enough as the Bucs took a 33-6 have a winning season, J (!JffI3 'i7 i.
Cowboys. The games markedthe Kenny DeWitt and Sam Coach David Bennett said. I
end of the first year of Griffis led the Starke Crag Sapp and Kenny The Pop Warner season : A Brand New
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competition for both teams defensive charge with seven Davis led the Junior Midgets ends for the Midget Cowboysthis Cam' ,, .'
but this years experience tackles each. Other tacklersfor defensive effort with 10 Saturday in Middleburgwhen
i, should help next years Cowboys Starke were: Terry Griffis tackles each. Other tacklers they face the Stingers at 1978 Peanut
I and Andy Chaff with five; were: Ellis Rehburg with nine 3 p.m. : ,j
Larry O'Neal with four; tackles; Darren Hardee, '
PeeV' 'es (9-OP Cowboys 40 Shannon King and Jason Larry Long and Grant Goodowns President
The Cowboy Pee Wees got Bennett with three; Billy Williams with seven tackles; Charles Goodowns was "
plenty of offense against the Jackson, Brad Brown and John Bennett with six tackles; elected president of the Starke ,,, % 9'i sf y y
Orange Park Cowboys but Shawn Struthers with two; Greg Carter Kevin Griffin Pop Warner Association at the y?b/ j i i Ny I Ir d
couldn't score. Mike Colvin, Rick Welch, and Kevin Johns with four November meeting. j t .1 r I 4 I (I

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gridders will try to Both Live Oak backs are 220-12 a fast strong pass quitea few points on the board Shingled Roof Central Air & Heat J
salvage a winning season explosive, fast hard runners. rusher and a hard hitter. each ball game" Hurse points Come See At
Other front 7 defenders range out. Last year LO was .Fully Furnished
tomorrow night (Friday Nov. Alex Pugh, 1551is\ fast and
4-5 good the middle. from 150 to 170 pounds. basically a passing ball club M
18)) when they meet explosive up
Suwanm-e High of Live Oak on Bebe Robinson 1551gets\ Live Oak has been but a good running game this John Brown's Mobile" Home Center
Bradford Field in the final outside with speed. averaging 20 points per game. year gives them balance.
battle. The LO offensive line is big LO has beaten Bishop Kenny By the same token, the Live
season
regular"Live Oak is a traditionalrival. at the guards and at the right Madison Monticello andJasper. Oak defense has given up a
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They always play their tackle. Left guard Ken The Bulldogs have good amount of points. Keystone Hwy ,)
best game against us," Head Henderson is a 210 sophomore. lost to Fernandma, Palatka on LO has just four returneesthis
Coach David Hurse warns. St. Right guard Paul Morrison a last minute field goal, and season on offense and fouron
Augustine and Palatka both 200-12,comes off the ball well. lost to Fernandina Beach in defense. The remainder of 473-3775
the final minutes. the team is from the JV
or
played I their best games Right tackle Troy Reid 260-12, up
and but still "They've been able to put! new players.
against BHS. and Hurse{ firm- is big strong
ly believes Live Oak will\ be comes off the ball quickly for -- ---

"up" for the Tornadoes his size. Center Chris Payne,
"To v in the ball game we've 160-12, is quick, uses good
got to get ourselves mentally technique.
prepared and execute. We
can't make the turnovers we Ends John Kinchloe, 175-12. fl1&g
did in St. Augustine," the has good speed runs crossing
veteran grid mentor uarns. patterns well. End Clay Ross : :
Live Oak runs the triple 1651has\ good speed good
option offense like BHS. The hands and is tough on the
Bulldogs use a gap six double team block on the
defense but probably can be tackle.
expected to put their line- Best plays of Live Oak have
backers up on the line of been Pugh, number 42, who !
scrimmage and charge BUS lines up at the right half 4fami1ycentersI Specials f frr
with eight men. That's the position, between tackle and
way most teams have been guard on both sides. QB
stopping the BItS offense lately Roberts runs the power sweep \ \ .
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( successfully. Robinson the ; x wIIIlIJ]] CJ;(! (!
To counter. BHS will try to left half goes off tackle when
run the seams in the oncoming the end is split to the left and 301 South Starke Fla. Ad Good Nov. 17, Nov. 20, 1977
rush! try to get outside and the quarterback keeps off left
try to make the Tornado tackle when the end is split
passing game work. left. A good play has also been WEAVER
Live Oak is quick has good Pugh on the pitchout to the I emi !tvn I

team speed report BHS left.The .
scouts. Quarterback Tim LO defense is quick J4XSCOPE
Huberts 1801reads\ the and has good speed and size. plpi! NYLON 66 'I
the front line is ? l WITH
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difficult says Hancock.SECONDARYOK. I SA touchdowns. 1 / 'I
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The BUS secondary limited offense field position.
St t Augustine to three pass Hansen said. : CAMOUFLAGE \

completions in 15 attempts CASES
limited SA to34 yards passing Safety David Carter was HUNTING
and intercepted a pass. The named best defensive back of }
secondary has intercepted a the week. Carter had 5 tackles
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the score 86. Eddie McGeeran 60 for the first two days last GREEN NAilIL ,V f Shot lOX NIGH SPEED lOX
for an 11 yard TD before season.The deer population in fiNISH ?- I a
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The Bulldogs tied the scorew good mast crop. ISO If. SOfT
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Waters ran for the PAT.A hogs. 60 gray squirrel 19 fox
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