Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 24, 1977
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Department which would chop three of the present eight-man
staff according to Mayor Harold Epps who is also chairman of
the city council's Fire Committee

It was all a misunderstanding, Epps said Monday night Nov
: 21, about the proposal placed before council members at the

: regular council meeting last Tuesday with no source announced
rL :' ;:- Treatment last week. The proposal came from work done by members of the

:k Fire Committee and was drawn up by him, Epps laid Tuesday

night. With Epps? on the Fire Committee are Councilman. Wilbur
Waters and Fire Chief Eldon Sapp.

Effective Firemen sent word to a struction of the home and

Tuesday meeting of the Fire whether'.the home is within

Treatment for hydnlla In Committee they wanted no 1.000 feet of a standard' public

t Alligator Creek and Lake I change"' ini the present ;hydrant

xM Rowell is ''looking good"according organization I of the .department Using a hypothetical situation -

to Paul King) in which two men work the question was.posed to

aquatic ,weed supervisor for I shifts of one day ((24 hours) on two local agents.
the Florida Game and FreshWater duty and 4 days <48 hours)'off For homeowners insurance
Fish Commission. duty. The meeting had been of $20.000 for a Irame home,

A check two weeks after i the: called to iron out differences owner occupied including

chemical Diquat, ',was intro-) in what quickly became a."hot $10000 contents the price

duced into Alligator Creek by] issue": at lasts\, "veek'sl. city:,. ,with Slarke's current six

,", Li., .. ..,.' ." ,..)iJi, a drip treatment method from council meeting, 'rating'averages $106 a >ear. A
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the bridge on SR-230 show *the
'f. I 'It just got out of hand right each '
would jump policy
The hull of DuPont's new 916,000 pound dredge Is three-Fourths assembled at the 12.750.000 structure Is ready to start Its chore. of Digging i llmente from the hydrilla ia dying from there to; there in the meeting in a average to $120, a $1-1 a year
fc the bridge at US-301
the Trail Ridge mining site onSR-239east Starke. It will be late In 1978 before Camp Blanding sand. .+' southtisaid ; hurry, and didn't know whatto jump
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do about it. Epps said this
.. Hint said"all the hydrllla be-. A $20.000 basic fire .ind ex
tended coverage and $10.000\ ) )
tween those two points was not
dead but dying. He said the "I didn't like the reductions contents averages! $74 a sear
DuPont Installing New $2.75 Milliori;DredgeWork commission, was pleased with myself. "We've got some good A class eight rating! w ould cost
firemen whichis
trained of
the results -so far;and would young the homeowner an average:
return to continue treatment what you need at"a fire, Slot()a year,a $26a year jump

of assembling a new have refinements of operation There It was cut into smaller traffic problems.Therewereno r* j required to add necessary.--Jront'"US-3oy, bridge into. young strong men., Epps Firefightersalsodisputethesavings .f-i'

; 9-16.000 pound dredge for the. ', .that( will increase the mints"1MCtiomiforhauling in some 40 disruptions of Utility sere+*&(eWkiela'y4. -..i ud..e lecLri aJ" 'RtwetttrJce.! ,.,..* 'r.. .." ,Mar, the proposal really'was. a': '', or.s.9ooor.W1i'9"-"J"( + <:4!.

UuPont Company is running capacity and speed of loads to the site east of Starkeon vl<:II, equipment before starting up "It appeared our chemicals the homes are lost. Interviewswith
ahead of schedule, but it will operation.The SR230. Only eight loads After the hull is assembled, the unit in late 1978. became diluted before comedy of errors on cornmittee's several city firemen

be the fourth quarter of 1978 new dredge is 164 feet were classified as oversize, the superstructure will be Machinery Erectors of New reaching the lake" said King. part. Epps in says touchwith show them all in agreement I

before the mammoth job is long. 42 feet wide, and 38 feet and these were accompaniedby added before the new dredgeis England, Inc., of Hartford He said when the commission adding he couldn't get Waters that one man cannot meet the

completed and the new unit high. It was purchased in Clay County Sheriff's launched and floated In its Conn., is handling the move returned for another treatment \ Councilman council physical demands of the job
placed in operation at the Tampa and floated across Department transports. own lake at the site where it is and reconstruction of the they would treat with the before the meeting and operate with any' efficiency .
when the proposal was placed
Trail Ridge mine off State state by waterway and up the All moves of the dredge now being assembled. Some dredge at the Trail Ridge site. same methods but another council for '
Road 230 according to K B. Atlantic coast to Moody's sections were made between 9 350,000 pounds of new'steel No firm plans for disposal of non-toxic chemical. before the If a fire call comes m to the

Platt manager of the ilmenite shipyard in the St. Johns a.m. and 3 p,m. on weekdaysin work will be added in March the existing dredge have been King said any herbicide discussion.of the proposal was station, firemen say, the procedure .

mining plants at Starke and River at Green Cove Springs. order to minimize local and several months more will made, Platt said. works best on nice sunny to Purpose find a solution to dissatisfaction is to write the address

Lawtey. days. He said continued warm of some firemen of the fire on a chalk hoard.

Platt said the new dredge temperatures after Thanks about working 56 hours per ring off duty and volunteers on
would facilitate
giving the phone, sound the alarm
and for 40
constructed at an week getting paid
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removal he added.
cost of hydnlla Firemen had also raise the door and start the
$2,750,000 hours.
The creek is so choked by the truck. They say these would
"will permit us to operate at a stopped answering fire calls
higher mining rate, and Ask For To Run aquatic weed it is impossible when off duty the mayor said be slowed considerably if one
Money Program to put the chemical out by man had to perform all func
penetrate deeper to mine boat. King said. Ideas proposed, as alternatives tions.Firemen.
' lower grade ores. It will also to the present one dayon
'. When treated in October, say after reachinga
; extend the life of our titanium duty and two days off wOre 5
King estimated the cost for fire the procedure for oneman
and zircon mines here, he the chemical would be about three fl-hour one-man shifts. would bo to get out, pullout

added. Gaskins Tells BHSAgDepartment"If $1,000), not including time and or three 8-hour two-man the 200( feel of hose, on the
The new dredge will replacean
labor. King said the per- shifts. ground( got! back into the
existing unit which. has nicious hydnlla had three To run three 8-hour shifts truck; charge the line and
been in round the-clock
service since I 19.19. "The old you have needs, ask!" before it got to the board. The in the steer show last year?" and vo-tech center last different ways of rcproduct- with have two required men on hiring duty would more pressure, Ret( back out and
tion and must be brought the fire, and down the
fight lay
list was hurriedly pre- Gaskins asked. Thursday. They cited needs
dredge is still capable ofoperating school board member Arthur new than the present eight fire
under control and kept from hose each time to (the
as a replacement. said Alvarez, explaining for all types of equipment and adjust
but it limits miningin (ia!>kins admonished the Agri- pared No, spreading to Sampson Lake.It fighters. Kpps said, so that .
hard ground," Platt said. culture Department after Alvarez said admitting it was that ag instructors instructional materials idea was discarded. pressure.
has been estimated 10.000)
The new dredge ill he much instructor Greg Alvarez last actually a copy of a list the ag from both Union and Bradford A lack of space has been a acres were covered with the Instead. Kpps said, the idea "The fire !service was not

heavier and stronger, and will Thursday night cited a lack of department already had. counties agreed last year not problem at the middle schoolin aquatic plant in 1965 and in nf one man shifts was proposed set up for one man," said a
Gaskins stuck to his charge to enter a chapter steer in the
funds for the anemic ag the because that would he fireman.
spaceis is estimated than
prior years 1977 it more
at Bradford that there is little in the way of show. However Alvarez said Another fireman said
High.Putting with t the "you
program available but the programs possible! present .
200.000 acres are heavily
:tic unum ricrJ teeth in that state- farming program going on at the Union FFA did enter a have not been funded l. said infested in Florida. budget! of almost $100.000 The just can t roll a SVt.ooo) piece, of

ment, the school board voted the ag farm. chapter steer Vocational Director Ted dra\\hack, Kpps: pointed out equipment with one man andexpect
unanimously Tuesday night' "U something isn't done in But Alvarez said the time of Oglesby BMS Home Tuesday night, was that three him to drive and not

boosting the BitS ag program the near future to improve the vo-ag instructors could be economics instructor Kathy. Sign Machine men were left over. Three have a lookout for traffic."

with an infusion of$14.581 The ag farm I, personally, will do better utilized in helping Norman cited need of a fewer n'nould save the Firemen s.ithey; are
funds were included in an all 1 can do to close the ag students with their steers. The demonstration kitchen more Fire I Ih-pt. 521.1I5.! Advantages looking ahead to any possible

amendment to the board's farm," Gaskins said last ag instructors know how to sewing machines and sinks, Buy Studied to hour shifts cited situation Hut t could come up

$130,000 request for federal Thursday night.At feed out and prepare an for instance. were fresh man on duty every that could not In- handled bone \'
shared funds for vocational that board member Pat animal for show,Alvarez said. Board member Vernon eight hours. man as someone I trapped(

equipment for the current- Spengler defended the ag "We could win the steer Parmentcr objected By CommissionBradford Kpps: denies the plan was inside. burning building! a

school year But the board program, citing the en- show every year," but that strenuously that "we give all made up to counter union activities fireman injured while performing -
also said it will fund the ag thusiasm of the agriculture wouldn't be instructing, benefits to in-town students County com by the firemen. The his duties, and the t

program with I local money if students at a recent Saturday admitted Alvarez said. It is also better while out-of-town students are missioners held a brief department is not now impossibility of one man ,'

the federal projects fall work session. Gaskins had been- for the prize money to go to being neglected." Parmenter meeting Monday afternoon. unionized putting up the 11 I: foot ladder. :

through.In the ag farm students, rather than the ag referred to the move before Nov 1\\, to hear a representative The matter was blown out of Although there are 15
Thursday, Nov 24 the funding amendment cleaned up that day but main- department he added. this term of sixth and seventh from 3M: Company proportion. Epps said. volunteers firemen said they

totaling $21.201 the board also tained such grounds keeping Alvarez said there was no grade students back to out present data for purchase of a At the Tuesday Nov. 15. rarely get a full complement
approved requests for $1,120 should have been done beforeon it chapter money to buy a steer lying schools at Brooker road sign machine for the council meeting CouncilmanJoe to a Tiro. many working! out of
Thanksgiving Day for desks! for the ag depart- a regular basis, of the anyway. The traditional FFA Hampton and Lawtey. Sixth county.Commissioners. Warren moved acceptance tow n and some too old to fight
ment and stolls for industrialarts should be nothing banquet was not held last year and seventh graders from outlying preparatoryto of the proposal to slash a fuc

Count Your Blessings $2.000 for equipment for ordinary. find due to a lack of funds Alvarez areas this year attend getting in the road paving the Fire Department by three l
One By One industrial at the middle school "What "did you asked.con- said under Gaskins school closest to their homes business said they would ad- 'men The motion was tabled

and $1.500 for industrial arts structive? Gaskins number questioning."The instead of being bussed into vertise for bids for a sign until the next council meeting Charlie Gorman
been out there
at the high school. "I've facts are, back on Starke to( the middle school. nuking machine to be openedat set fur Dec. 6. When asked at
Friday, Nov 25 "We fully intended to equip of times and found nothing them to June 61 tried to get a list of Starke sixth and seventh the regular meeting inFehruary. the ;Nov'; 15 meeting here the
show we're teaching
Offices the ag building," Gaskins said said Gaskins a materials for the ag depart. graders still attend the middle plan came from Warren de; Still MissingCharlie J
County Tuesday night at the regular Bradford farmer. ment. Now the board is takinga school. The 3M machine would cost dined: comment.' Meantime,

Closed school board meeting. Motionfor veteran licking from the kids, saying'If "There Is no reason to about $4,500 plus materialsand the Fire Committee was to Gorman, 68, of t,
the funding amendmentcame Until this past year the ag you want us to have a assume this situation will allow the county to makeits meet, as it did Monday,to discuss Starke has been listed as f
on a motion by J.T, department had people program, give us the equip- exist next said Supt ow n signs a t a cost of about the problem. missing by the Bradford
the farm to '* year. :
working on ag ment'. labor
seconded Pat each not including ,
by $15
Tom Casey.' "There is no In talking to a Telegraph County Sheriff's Department.
but lack of funds
help, a Under Gaskins' questioning about
Tuesday, Nov 29 and was as opposed to $20 pur-
Spengler reason not to assume a firemen disputedthe Gorman was last seen in his
stopped that, said ag advisor board member J.T. Parrish chased ready made reporter city
unanimously a work approved.session last Alvarez the junior instructor from New River said the rotating program Is impossible The commission plans to amount IQ be saved by city homi on Brunt Road on (
During of the Ag Department. Paul cleared about to provide equal taxpayers, 'saying home. Thursday, Nov 10 and was re-
Bd. Union machine make
BC Zoning Thursday night Gaskins County use the sign to
for all students would face increasein ported missing on Nov. 12.
Hutchins the senior advisor, their steer show. owns .s an
7:30p.m tackled Instructor Greg $2,000 on signs for all county roads as
Casey said.Discussion. Gorman walked
had a class Thursday night "See. that's just one thing becomes Involved in fire insurance rates frequently
Courthouse Alvarez in a continuation of a the board
followed on waysto A check of two local insurance from his home to downtown '
and couldn't be present,
our kids missed out on. road business.
debate in which the paving
( take the vocational show that Starke, but no trace of the
Alvarez said. companies
Gaskins told Alvarez.Gaskins locate the
Holiday Bazaar Gaskins criticized the ag Plans are
programs to the outlying Starke has Class 6 man has been found.'
With the present 50-55 currently a t1 \
First United Ag students replied machine in the motor
program. schools and have teachers attributed Chief Deputy Robert Green 4 '
minute class periods at BUS rating. ratings are -
MethodistLuncheon if the board wanted! a good ag denied he said the station county barn so signs
rotate Director was the
and no block classes as in the Oglesby by a Florida inspection explained Sheriff's \ j
II-Ip.m.Hotdogi program, the board should .g students were goof offs as asked the can be made when weather
past, students have almost no staled In Telegraph to investigate and rating team on w hether a town Department the Bradford ,II j
4-4p.m. some operating a recent conditions working
provide time to possibility of a semi truck has fire if that County Volunteer Fire :
work on the farm. a department.
Arts,crafts,gilts monies. article on a Bradford conditions permit.3M I
. decorationsgilt Gaskins said he had requested Alvarez said. By the time a (board meeting. equipped like a shop which a Representative Cathy department is regular orvolunteers. Department and the Starke j
could use in a Police have all Joined In
the number of City
teacher takes roll the class ,
back on June 6 a list of "I 1 said tome of the kids said Eder also gave the com t
equipment and material boards the bus. and gets backto It was a goof off program." traveling program."I missioners information about men on duty and the type of on the search for Gorman.The
school on time there is only still cannot equipment, the size and search was concentrated in .
SammuntttjAccount( needed by the ag departmentto Gaikins said. say we obtaining a governor's highway -
equip the new building, and 15-20 minutes left In anyone continue fund BMS all these safety grant for a number of hydrants and the the area near the Gorman'shouse ':\
& Dank class to work at the farm, expensive distance the hydrants are and the area around
said last Thursday he had just The board also heard from programsPar maximum of $15,000 for equipment -
received the list. Alvarez said. "A good point. Instructors from other menter ata d"Wbat'wo and materials. L.M. apart. Alligator Creek.
Account Ncf('Mur"UpTM Gaskins said. the be at the' The amount of a policy U Gorman is described as S
said been
Alvare one list had vocational at
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feet tall and about 100
yPttoral the pounds.
also determined
O ptlt ImvrMCt Cvr*. prepared, but had been lost "Did the FFA enter a steer high school middle school See Pafc. S) (See Page 5) by con '
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,; TELEGRAPH Nov.Zt, 1t77

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Jewell Roberts Celebrates 80th Birthday SundayMrs.

Jewell Roberts was her daughter Mrs. Silcoit, and and Miss Sara Booker.Approximately Jl!
honored on her 80th birthday son. George Roberts. Jr. 150 guests cde fflte ewP
Sunday afternoon at a The refreshment table in the attended between the appointed [ @I

reception from 2 to 5 p.m. dining room was covered witha hours.Those from out-

given by Mr. and Mrs. George Army-Navy cloth and of-town were: Mr. and Mrs. SocUty Jito, 964-
and Mrs. centered with an arrangementof Earl Mr. and Wooly ,
Roberts, Jr and Mr. Stanley, Tampa; ...... .
Vernon Silcox at the home of yellow) daisies. At one end Mrs.Ed Brooks, Mount Dora; -- I J -
the latter. was a yellow) decorated birthday Mrs. Edwina Whitnel and sonWhit
Standing in the receivingline cake and a silver punch Indian Rock; Mr. andMrs. M Mr. & Mrs. Alvarez
with Mr*. Roberts, were bowl at the other end. Cuttingthe Paul Booker, John and iti "t.iry Sandra Ebling and Jimmy Alvarez
cake were Mrs Monso Sara, Mr and Mrs. Monso ,!+ r Hosts At I'
Tatum of) Deland and Mrs. Tatum Miss Christy Tatum of Church
Miss Bloodworth Lou Struth and Mrs. Richard Deland; Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Wed Nov. 12 At First Baptist

Roberts of Starke. Presidingat Weaver, Boyington Beach; Rehearsal Dinner _
Honored At the punch bowl were Miss Miss Melanie Weaver and The First Baptist Church
Kathy Sturth and Miss Brenda Miss Stephanie Weaver of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Starke, was the setting

Several PartiesMiss Roberts of Starke, Mrs. Bobby Tallahassee; Mark Carr, Mrs. Alvarez entertained at a Saturday Nov. 12, at 8 p.m.
Case of Lake City. Mrs. Paul Hannelori Schuman, Mr and dinner party Nov. 10 at the for the ,marriage of Sandra

Carol Bloodworth, Booker of Deland and Miss Mrs. E.W. Frank, Jim Lewis 6% Starke Golf and Country Club Ebling to Jimmy Alvarez.Dr. .
whose marriage to Thomas Pattie Booker of Gainesville. and David Silcox, Gainesville; for their son, Jimmy and
Busby will be an event of Dec. Highlighting points of interest Mrs. Charles Tatum, fiancee, Sandra Ebling after Vernon F. Johns, uncleof
10. was honored at a surprise throughout the party Boyington Beach; Mr and the couple's wedding the groom and pastor of
kitchen shower recently givenby rooms were arrangements of Mrs. David Moore, Mrs. Ruth rehearsal.The 1. Sans Souci Baptist Church.
Susan Prochaska Cindy yellow and! white daisies, fall Baker, Mrs. Bill Jackson, Mr U-shaped dining table Jacksonville, performed the
Johnston, Sherri Smithsonand flowers i roses and yellow and Mrs. Jimmy Ricker, was centered with an nuptials.The .
Wetmore in the Chi mums. Jacksonville; Mrs Earl arrangement of yellow and
Omega room at the Universityof Assisting in serving and Roberts and Keith Roberts, white pompoms and a garlandof bride is the daughter of
South Florida in Tampa. caring for the guests were Jacksonville Beach: Mrs greenery interspersed with Mr. and Mrs. Warren F.
Guests were Miss Blood. Mrs. FIJI, Adams Mrs. Miriam Wyllys, Hastings, Mr. yellow and white pompoms Ebling of Kingsley Lake Mr. t
worth's sorority sisters and Virginia Darby. Miss Martha and Mrs. Allen Caillouet .. extended down the length of Alvarez is the son of Mr. and
close friends. Struth. Miss Christy Tatum, Palatka: Mr. and Mrs. EL the side tables. Bridal place Mrs. Harold A. Alvarez of tt r"gip
The hostesses presented the Mrs Freddie Schnieder, Mrs. Biggs.Atlanta and Mrs. John Patricia Yates cards marked the seating Starke.
honoree with a bride replica E,W. Frank. Mrs. E.L. Bieizs Anderson, Callahan Dennis Crawford arrangement for the 24 guests.
the altar
Highlighting were
The honored couple
made from a mop colanderand
white tissue and a Hold presented gifts to their attendants two urn arrangements of
paper Methodists To Bazaar Nov. 29 Patricia Yates
bucket filled with various during the dinner. peach gladioli, champagneand t<<
yellow daisies and peachbaby's
kitchen utensils. The Starke United hotdog| stand between the Dennis CrawfordTo breath. In the back. r
:MethodistVomen will give. a hours of 4 and f p.m. Retired Teachers ground were two white and
Christmas bazaar Tuesdav The public is invited to
gold tree holding
:Miss Carol bloodworth. :Nov 29. in the :Methodist attend the bazaar and lun Wed Dec. 2 Meet Nov. 17 ivory tapers. In the choir loft
bride.elect, was complimented Fellowship I hail from! a.m to thcon The Methodist Women were two fern balls and one
at a bridal shower have been working for several Mr. and arch 4m/ '
> pmAvailable !Mrs Robert Yates In Lake Butler white and gold can-
Tuesday ni.ht.ov!/ :'; 15. !given will be all types of months preparing for this of_Five Points announce the delabra holding ivory tapers.
I b\ :Mrs Donald Carter and hand.exalted items including bazaar and are anticipating a I
:Mrs Ben Moxley. Jr. at the Christmas gifts and good( attendance by the public engagement Patricia Ann of to their Dennis daughter Neil, Mrs. Grace A. Stevens and Mrs. George Canova t t.r tr

home of the latter on Searing decorations. Also on sale will Dr. R.M. Gager were organist Miss Cindy Canova. .
Crawford, son of !Mr and Mrs at the Bradford-
"street. be home made jams jellies pianist, and Miss Kathy
Raymond HowesTo Neil G. Crawford of Lake City.
Union Retired Teacher'sAssociation
(i.lmesere played by the soloist
pickles. canned vegetables Taylor, presented a
I IJ:! guests( during!/ the evening Imkcd goods of all kinds and The wedding will take place meeting Thursday program of nuptial music. "
awarded Mrs Celebrate Nov. 17, at 11:30: a.m. in .
iiid Mr. Alvarez attended his
prizes candies cct December 2 at 8 p.m. in the T y
:M.nvin. Blown and Miss Lynn A luncheon will be served Lake City Church of God on the Recreation Building of the son as best man. Ushers were

JI: ox ley. from 11 a m. tot I p m Ticketslorlheluncheonwillbeon 50th Anniv. Ermine street First Methodist Church in Gregory Alvarez, brother of ; ,
The refreshment table was salein Lake Butler. the groom, Lennard Register, :
covered with awhile lace advance and are available Friends and neighbors are The reception will follow in A covered dish luncheon 111. Sammy Johns and Larry -
cloth and centered with a Irom any member of UMW or invited to attend the 50th the church annex. preceeded the business and Johns. I
bridal I centerpiece. in the church olfice. wedding anniversary The bride-elect is a program meeting. Mrs. Susan E. Bakken attended Mr. and Mr. Jimmy Alvarez
The hostesses presented thehnl1ol"l't' will be graduate of Columbia High Mrs L.A. Canova returned ( her sister of
A door as matron
given train. Her elbow
prize reception Friday. Nov 25. in chapel length
filled with bridal
thanks and green punch
and School in 1977 and is Mrs. H H Lawson
with a corsage! the luncheon employed honor. Attendants Miss
during were
away the First Baptist Church veil also had appliques of
and dry ice. Encircling the
<.lit'trio toaster as u memento lioiu's'Ihe. Fellowship Hall from 5 to 8pm at Pay-Less Shoes. gave a devotional on thank- Pam Rayburn from Hatties- Venise daisy flowers and was bowls was and
nt.. the occasion MV F will sponsor a honoring !Mr and !Mrs fulness. Several songs of burg. Miss. and Miss Lisa attached to a Venise lace yellow and greenery champagne
Crawford from Thanksgiving were
graduated sung. Alvarez sister of the
liavmond Howe groom. headpiece that matched the
-- -- --- -- The business daisies. Serving punch were
Columbia High School in 1974 meeting pre- attired alike
They were in
She carried
and is employed at L.D. sided over by Mrs. Julius gown. a nosegayof Mrs. Gregory Alvarez, Mrs
4 aOD matching mint green floral, champagne daisy pom- !Mitch Brannen, Mrs. Vic
VGJ Q lYaJt t Construction Co Royal, consisted of up-dating floor length dresses made of
Miss Madge Middleton has All friends and relatives the by-laws and appointing poms, pink roses and baby'sbreath Nettles and Mrs Mike Hartley .
"STARKE'S OWN BAKERV" been a patient in Riverside are crepe de chine. The dresses with pink streamers.A .
invited to the and several new committees. A
the week for wedding were gathered at the waist, reception was held at the
138 East Call St. Starke 964.5890 reception. new member Mrs. Doris Mrs. J.T. Prevail, Jr. pre.
observation and had long sleeves and Woman's Club of Starke
treatment. scoop
Richarde of Lake Butler was sided al the coffee table which
necklines. carried
They arm where Mrs. Olin White
welcomed into the club. was covered with a white
of greeted the at the
bouquets champagne !guests door.
Mrs. Francis Hamilton Army-Navy cloth and held a
Day daisies, peach carnations, Miss Linda Underhill kept thebrlde.s
Closed Thanksgiving silver coffee service and
REVIVAL introduced her guests, Mrs. a
dried baby's breath and blue book.Standing .
f Ihree tiered candelabra which
Florence Bower of Pittsburg \
SPECIALS OF TilE MEEK( Pa and Mrs. Minnie Coss of straw flowers tied with talis- in the receiving was tied with Dink[ bows and
bows and streamers. In line
Smyrna man were the bride and groom long streamers.
their hair they wore matching their parents and bridal at.
Ph ..., Mrs. Grace A. Stevens, headpieces of the same tendants. Assisting in serving and
Missionary in caring for the guests were
CAKE DONUTS....................1O'Ea.LONG Specialist Building and Membership Program flowers. The cake table and both !Mrs Roland Stern and
The bride given in punch tables were covered daughters. Ronda and
Church from Gainesville Robin
JOHNS....................15' E. Baptist urged Promotion the club to enlist those, marriage by her father, worea with white underskirts and !Mrs Dennis Crawford and
West Pratt Street retired teachers in the white qiana gown with overlayed with white Army- Mrs Steve Crawford.
CHOC. CHIP COOKIES .. .,19'Dos.. Starke Florida com empire waistline and trimmed Navy: cloths. On both sides of Joshua, and
...... munity not only for their per with Phillip Jeremy
silk Venise lace. Tiny the Phillipine style cake were Crawford
sonal benefit but for the passed out the rice
FRUIT CAKES (NO CI Ia .&.! .12t1Lb. Nov. 20-27 Panzrino embroidered flowers adornedthe arrangements of blue fuji bags.
or... .. Rev. Frank benefit of all retired persons.
round sheer yoke and straw flowers,
The benefits obtained pompoms Following a wedding trip to
Open Mon.-Sat. Til 5:30 P.M. Services 7:30 Nightly We- Welcome YO for retired through accented the high neckline. champagne and yellow daisies the Smoky Mountains the
legislation people
Rev. T.C. Williams, pastor.f
Appliques of Venise daisy and burning ivory tapers in
from the couple residmg-at 509 N.
comes 'representatives flowers flowed down the fronton each arrangement. Mrs. Church Street "Ji"] ,....>
of F.R.T.A. who :
Rev. Frank Panzrino Evangelist work tirelessly for the welfareof the gown which also had Reginald Underhill and Mrs. Mr Alvarez is Bradford
long tapered sleeves and in Clinton Barton cut the cake.
THE RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT CO. all retirees. County property appraiser.
the back was an attached The silver punch bowls were
-. Mrs. Stevens also suggestedways

925 w. Adamjjax. CE (!tWV I ( 0 eE(! (o44! 0 J U LI programs to develop: ((1)) five Help indepth our Mad. St. Church Ceramics Class Still OpenBradford I

Holiday Specials Glassware Bargains 2207 Raiford Rd. 964-5033 friends, (2)) Recycling waste
materials, ((3)) Cultural activities Honors NewMembers County residentsstill gives lessons Monday from 7-
Unusual Prices On Glassware Requirements Real BargainsIn SPECIALS !I" (4) Retirement have time to start a 10 p.m.and Wednesday from 9

Quantities Check With Us Now education, ((5)) Crime preven- Christmas ceramics projectat a.m. until noon. On Thursday
10 % Off On Every Wednesday tion. With emphasis on the the Starke Recreation from 7-10 p.m. there is a
New & Used Equipment And Supplies At Good Good Prices latter, Madison Street Baptist Department. special class for beginners.Mrs. .

Of Assortment Shampoo & Set Dr. R.M. Gager, District Church held a covered dish The Recreation Departmentoffers .Johns said there is still
Lots Director of five units and In- Thanksgiving supper Wed free lessons and in- time to start a project and

Consultant from Nov 16, struction ceramics the have it ready for Christmasgift
For Thanksgiving Week Only < surance nesday, honoring in ;
THE RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT CO. Gainesville, reaassured the their 35 new members who only cost the students have is giving. For informationcall

S/St/ i club that the insurance have joined the church in the in materials. the Recreation Depart
U.lti. Om 10 VM F'..
925 W. Adams Jx company that underwrites the past year. Instructor Lillie Ann Johns ment al 964-6792.

-- policies for R.T.A and The Fellowship Hall was decorated -
A.A.R.P. uncomparable in the Thanksgivingtheme
for benefits and economy. with horns of plenty Junior Club Outlines Dec. Social EventsThe I

Dr,Gager was in agreementwith pine cones, fall flowers and
2 BIG DAYS Mrs. Stevens in encouraging candles. A center piece of pine Junior Women's Club have a Christmas Party for
new membership in cones and candles were has changed their regular indigent children at the
local F.RTA. groups. He placed on each table. meeting to December 5, at Women's Club in Starke and
stated that there are close to Special music was pre. 7:30: p.m. at the home of Mrs. Breakfast with Santa will be
& 20,000 retired teachers in sented with a duet of Barbara Jerry Wilson 410 Short Street. on Saturday, December 17, at
Friday Saturday Florida who do not belong to Swartz and Diana Pace with The club will also have their 9:30 a.m.,also at Woman's
the Florida Retired Teachers Bobby Epps on the drums. annual Christmas Party for Club

Assn. !Mrs Johnny Chapman sang a members on Saturday, A reminder to members
ONLY! solo. A short devotion was December 10 at 7:00: pm. at who intend to be at the
Both Mrs. Stevens and Dr. given by Rev. C.R. Swartz, the home of Mr and Mrs meeting on December 5,
Gager complimented the local pastor.Approximately. Robert Autry.On please be sure and bring a
organization\ for being active, 150 members Wednesday, December home-made girt for our gift
9A.M. to 5:30: P.M. Innovative and sensitive to the and guests enjoyed the 14, at 3 p.m. the Juniors will exchange that evening.
needs of the
) community.. affair.
The Bradford-Union R.TA.
# Christmas brunch will be held Karen Howe DKG Meets In Starke November 15A I

Dec. 15 at 10 a.m. at the
Holiday Inn.Members flea market and auction to fairs chairman for the
Shower HonoreeMiss collect money for the club's program. Mrs Dey dividedthe
international project in honor members into 5 groups
are asked to bringa Karen Howe whose of the Delta Kappa Gamma with an appointed leader

Pp 'L wrapped gift for a man shut- marriage to Carl Hunsingerwas Society's 50th anniversarywas Each group discussed a question
4% r to in and a woman shut-in. If November 17, was conducted by the tri- in regard to discrimination
N. wI M unable to attend the brunch, complimented at a bridal county Alpha Nu Chapter at of women in the teaching

0 O members are asked to take shower Tuesday, November its meeting Tuesday, Nov. 15. field. Conclusions were pre-
I ALO their gifts to Mrs. A.R. Nor 15 at the home of Mrs. Linda The Bradford County sented to the entire group for
man or Mrs. Earl Searing to Norman in Lawtey. hostess' served a buffet further comments.
c e be distributed to the shut-ins. The home was decorated in supper to the 27 members Those attending from)

various fall colors, and present in the Bradford Bradford County were HelenJohnsSueWlnklerWilla
\o carried out the wedding bell County Administration Mae
Check motif. Building in Starke. Mrs Adele Denton. Evelyn Haney,
CompleteLine The bride-elect was seated Mitchell, scholarship chair Marilyn Vellenga, Lucille
under a arch decorated with man, conducted the sale Payne, Edna "Hart, Adele
Of two wedding bells, while the President Shirley Jasonekof Mitchell Tommie Lee Nolin,

KITCHEN CABINETS gifts were placed around her. Macclenny presided over Maxine Gibsori, Chickie
The 25 guests enjoyed the business meeting, then Adkinson, and Mona Canova.
< f 1 I games with prizes awarded, turned the meeting over to The next meeting will be Jan.

e N ; and refreshments.The Hilda Dey, professional af- 17, 1978 in Macclenny at 7
-,4 hostesses Mrs. Linda Dm.
Gift items
Norman, Mrs. Walter P.
Luke, and Misses Darlene Christmas Workshop SetThe I
eQ0 Luke, and Nancy Lee -

-V4 / presented the honoree with a Christmas Season Is. November 29 r10 a.m.,
Q CofhngChildren's / > corsage and a eight-piece drawing nigh! Our CHRIST- Starke Agriculture Center.

WOOD place-setting of stoneware as MAS DECORATION WORK- November 29 7 ,
T ?; i a memento of the occasion. SHOPS will be presented by Starke, Agriculture Center.p.m.
XfteWomen's PANELINGVANIIIIN Corsages were also Your County Extension Home
r December 1-5:30: p.m., Lake
CLothing/ W'Htf'i 41] presented to Mrs. Mildred Economics Agent, Mrs Mary Butler, Community Center.
Howe and Ms. Betty Ann S. Yearta. We hope these December 7 10 a.m.,
Phillips. money saving ideas will be Theressa.Community Center.
helpful and fun to Make.I '
hope to of This service is free to
see you at one
1 Mr.and Mrs.Paul G. Brown the following times and everyone without regard to
.fli'IMirncA. M. JOHNSON and family were Sunday places. race, color, or national origin

2' dinner of Mr. and Mrs.
guests - - - -
CO. ----
Lindley Cellon at Turkey
.. 132 East Call Street Creek in Alachua.
.._ '" .. ..... JF Mrs. C.C. Hoppe of Tampa Homer Townsend is in
: Mrs. JH. Fields visited Is visiting her sisters, Mrs. Alachua General Hospital
Starke 964.5051 llsrY. H4-Ttt Mrs. Elsie Lyles In O.L. Beasley and Mrs. JW.: with a broken hip and
Jacksonville from Tuesday to Klncaid this wee*. shoulder he received in a fall
Saturday. at home Nov. U.'Page2 .


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r Business Gr Professional. Brief" J.T.Parrishls Chairman "

As a service to consumers and businesses in Bradford Countythe
Telegraph would like to highlight news about your Of School Bd. -j"" {, .
t organization. Give us a call or drop us a note if you have moved, ', I..
; given someone a promotion, received an award or added someoneto Annual reorganization of meetings the third Monday In
your staff. the Bradford County School the month. The second 'i,?
Share your good news with readers, customers and clients in Board Tuesday at noon resulted Monday was established for
Business and Professional. Briefs columns. Phone 964-6305 and as in unanimous selectionof called meetings. '
for Judy Miscally. J.T. Parrish as chairman Meeting times continue to be t I, "

The Trail Restaurant in Lawtey reopened Nov. 1 under new for the upcoming year. at 7 p.m. A 7 .4t,,
owners Ernestine and Bobby Dale Ballard. Selected unanimously as The board also played ..
Basford Meat Market, has opened on SR-225 west in Lawtey. vice-chairman was Vernon musical chairs with the
k Owner A.C. Basford is semi-retired and formerly had a grocery Parmenter. The dates of the seating arrangement puttingthe ,1
[- iJ': store in Jacksonville before moving to Kingsley Lake. meetings for the board will smokers and non smokerson ,
Attorney Richard E. Welty has moved into his new office remain the 'same, regular opposite sides of the table. r .
P 6 4rr4 r! building at 954 N.Temple Ave.,across from the courthouse S n.t'1i ,
James R. "Reggie" Flynn has joined the firm of Pierce and aA
Hardy as an associate. A graduate of the Cumberland Law Schoolin Some Businesses Taking _
Birmingham Ala., Flynn passed the Florida Bar exam and ,
was sworn in Friday, Nov. 18, in Tallahassee.Mrs. .
Patricia Ivey has joined the staff at Bradford County Long Thanksgiving Break

Hospital as director of nurses.

Keystone Heights realtor Andy Santanginl was awarded the A check of local businessesshow Health Department, DuPont, 1 r
wr Real Estate
the American Institute of ;
M.A.I. designation by 1
will be most large M 1
some Camp Blanding
:: Appraisers at their national convention in Miami Beach. a
firms and the
long Thanksgiving holidayand manufacturing
2' In receiving the designation of Member; American Institute of
return to work Office Shop.
Monday, ,
of A
Real Estate Appraisers Santangini becomes one only
Nov. 28.Closed. Open Friday for regular
who hold the designation.
PBX Club Boss Of The Year in the region business are grocery stores, S
will be all county retail shops banks and the
offices, Bradford County a I d da dt .
Telegraph.The ,1
Thomas R. O'Brlan of Starke supervisory communications SOUTHSIDE NEWSStudents '
Library, local doctors and of Starke rP
City was undetermined
technician of the telephone office at NAS Cecil Field was
dentists the Bradford County at time. t
presented the "Boss of the Year" by the PBX Club of and teachers at pedias. This program was press

Jacksonville. Southside are looking forwardto participated in by fourth and
O'Brien accepts the award from Mrs. I.avada B. O'Connor the Thanksgiving Holiday. fifth grade students at South- 3rd Nut Sale Nets $6,269Pecan <
during the club's annual awards banquet Oct. 22. School will be in session --

Qualifications for the award are based on a supervisor's Monday and Tuesday, Nov. 21 side.Mrs.. Wood and MissJohnson's volume About 40 growers saw .._- -.
attitude, assistance to hisoperators
general supervision fairness and 22 then Wednesday fifth grade room Thursday, Nov. 17, with the Stuarts drop between 60 and 65
and the employee's written evaluation of their Pot Burns But Nobody Got HighSmoke
Thursday and Friday, NovO Children's Book third auction of 11,211 poundsof cents per pound compared to a
supervisors submitted" to the Club; participation in the Club'sactivities 24 and 25 will be holiday. Week by colorful
23, a constructing a nuts down from 23,138 high of 78.5 cents per pound
and community affairs. Students will return to classon bookworm. Each time a pounds sold last week and last week. Curtis sold for 45-51)( begins to curl from four pounds of marijuana and
O'Brlan has been in communications at NAS Cecil Field for student smoking paraphernalia confiscated by the Starke Police
November 28. reads a book
Monday a seg- 16,000( )( pounds the first week, cents per pound and seedlings
13 years. Important dates coming up: ment is added to the worm according to Bob Allen, State brought 40-45( cents. Department.Chief .
December 2, report cards go giving the title for the book Farmers Market Jimmy Bowen and Investigator George Tomasovitch
C-Vrf /JouJ\no\iu home showing grades for and the name of the reader. Also lower were manager.average Allen said about 18 buyers carried out the court order Thursday morning at the old Lawley
work done in the second six They hope the worm grows to prices of 47 cents per pound paid$6,269 for the nuts. There Road dump for disposal of the marijuana after dispostion (if
and Mrs. Leslie Biggs of weeks of school. Dec. 13 at the width of the room by compared to 56 cents last will be no sale held on Thanks cases, some dating back to 1973.
Mr. and Mrs. Dale Crosby Mr. weekend guestsof 7:30: p.m. is the PTA meeting Christmas. The students are week and 59 cents the first giving Day,but another sale is Bowen estimated the street value of the apparently homegrown
and children, Bradley and Atlanta Mr. were and Mrs. Vernon followed by a music program enjoying hearing oral reportson week, said Allen. planned for Dec. 1 at 1 p.m. marijuana about 1.000. Also destroyed were marijuanaseeds
of Orlando will
Sara spend and
under the direction of Miss ) these books. pipes.
the long weekend with his Silcox. Esther Casas, music teacher. -
parents, Mr. and Mrs. AL. Christmas holidays start
Crosby Jr.Complete. HOLIDAY BAZAAR December 17 and extend Local Democrats -
First United Methodist through January 2. Students HBPP3 At
Stock Layaway Church. return to classes on Jan. 3. Send DelegatesTo /
Now. GEM: News from Mrs. Register'sfifth
JEWELRY. Starke. Capt.and Mrs. J.B. Godwin The
grade: report on Convention;
Jr. daughter. Colleen of
basic skills will go out with the
Fort Benning Ga. and Mrs. report cards on Dec. 2. All the
HOLIDAY BAZAAR Godwin's mother, Mrs. Jean students have worked hard to
First United" Methodist Foley of Indiatlantic spent the Five delegates from the
have a good report. There are THIINKSBWING
Church. weekend with his parents, Mr. Bradford County Democratic
seven people: with perfect
Executive Committee
and attended
Mrs.J B. Godwin at Lake class
date. The
attendance to
Jenny Pearson, daughter of Butler. the 1977 Florida 1
has worked hard to become
Mr. and Mrs. J E.: Tomlmson, Democratic Party State
of Dental Hygiene members of the IndependentInvestigator's Convention at the Sheraton
and student Complete Stock Layaway -
at Tyler Junior College was Now GEM Club sponsoredby Twin Towers near Orlando
recently honored in the annual JE \ELRY, Starke. The World Book En last weekend. ERE
cyclopedia. Each will receivea STARTS
capping ceremony, by the ,
presentation of oath cap and Mr. and Mrs. L.C. Early certificate of achievementfor Featured speakers at the f' )4
having completed a
ribbon. This ceremony spent Sunday to Tuesday of pro convention included Gov.
in the use of cncycloBMSath -
distinguishes the student as a last week in Astatula visitingMr. gram Reubin Askew U.S. Secretaryof .t
Senior Dentaillygienist I on the and Mrs. Amos Sanford.Complete the Interior Carl Andrus,
Junior College level. Upon Grade and U.S. Sen. Richard Stone.
graduation Mrs. Pearson will Another convention highlightwas The Best
Stock Law-a-
be examined by a National way. Now GEM: Parents To MeetA the adoption of the first
Board and State Board which JKUELRY.: Starke state party platform in i ii
successful passing Florida's history. i
grade, will be licen+ed to meeting of the Bradford
practice Dental Hygiene. Mrs. H.G. Bollinger spent Middle School eighth grade Price
Those attending were
will be held
Thursday to Sunday with her parents Monday
County Chairman Vernon
son-in-law and Nov. 28 at 7:30: p.m.
daughter Mr.
IIOI.IDB.ZH Olin; delegates, Mrs. A.L. rM
Parents will dIscuss.
First United !Methodist and Mrs. Jim Baley, in money .Jr., Jay W. Ellis, Jr..
making projects and a class '
Asheville. N.C. ,
and E.L. Matthews and Offered. fi
trip. All. ;
parents are urged to
Church.CompleteSIaya .
i Complete Stock- Law-a- attend, alternate...Mrs. Olin.
(jKM:: wav Now, GEM:


Local admittances to Mr. and and Mrs.family Jerome of Naplesare Edwards .:W'lJou..Xnow : TELEGRAPH

Bradford County Hospital this spending Wednesday to
week include: from Starke- Sunday with his parents.. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Drew Reddish Published at 135Y.every.Call" Thursday Street On A New
Michael Bryan, Mrs. and Mrs. Merrill Edwards. had a family birthday dinner Starke. Florida 3201)1!
Knowles Mrs. Maude party Saturday night for Mrs.Reddish's .
Stephens Mrs. Edna Mathis, mother Mrs. Second Cla is postage paidat 0 f
Gilbert and !Mrs. Complete Stock Lavawav Starke FloridaSubscription lU
Mrs. Annie
Now, GEM:: Mamie Lou Edwards. Joiningthe 1977
Evelyn Griffis; Mrs. Vera JKUKI.HY.: Starke. family were Mr and Mrs. Rates:
Dyal and Charles Capehart, W.R. Uoyster of North In trade area: |7 per C C
Jr. of Lawtey; and Mrs.Willie Augusta, S.C., Mr. and Mrs. }ear; ft six'months 3' :
McVeigh of Keystone Heights. Out-of-town guests at the Rex Mixon of Jacksonvilleand A$4c
Kbling-Alvarez wedding Nov. Outside trade area: Is rr
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Edwards GE
12 were: Mr. and Mrs. O.K. of Kingsley Lake. per year: 14.50 six months MagicChef
HOLIDAY BAZAAR \llerr and daughter, Debbie
First United Methodist Sue, and Louie Mercer of
Church Bunnell, Mr. and Mrs. Claude
Barton and daughter Dava; CAN YOU SELL???
!Mr. and Mrs. Steve Michaelisand

Complete Stock. l.av-a-(.}.:\I: daughter. Crystal: !Mr Your own full-time Franchise in Real Estate, Gas Range
JEWELRY and Mrs.lowar\ Johnson
Slarke. !Mr. and Mrs. Azure Johns and right in the Starke area. And NO franchise

daughter Jacque; Mr. and charge. National Company, established in
!Mrs Larry Johns and 1900, largest in its field. All advertising all

daughter. Christie and signs, forms supplies furnished. Professional
Sammy Johns of Jackson Training and Instruction given for rapid 1
ville; Mary and Sherrie Ann
Barton of Tampa; Mr. and development from Start to $ucce$$.

!Mrs. Charles Bostic, Mrs. Nationwide advertising brings Buyers from You'll Enjoy All Of These Features
Ruth Castor, and Lennard Everywhere. Can you qualify You must have

Register of Gainesville; !Mr. initiative, excellent character (bondable), sales
and !Mrs. Gary Bakken
Dudley, N.C., Miss Pam ability be financially responsible. Com- MAGIC niif1i
Rayburn of Hattiesburg.I mission-volume opportunity for man woman, j
A.k !Miss., and Mr. and Mrs. Don couple or team That Can Sell. From

Alvarez of Raiford. I U' L

Charley qJ; STROUT REALTY,INC. 41 1..4.. _........ -- -.-
v Complete Stock Layaway REG.BROKER oar- .arw.w.arwww.-u.. ? 1LMA. .'ri.a
P.O. Box 894 L
; Starke.
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Harry and Mae Hatcher I $21900' -
"A careless
act can cause
Mac and Teena Baldwin,John
another person to lose hie and Anne Greene Larry and r.. ..,

.rfight..hu mas ulJnity..and Carol Bruner, Bob and Mary ..w l.M.. -*as. w.-
Lei MM- *! '- at "aaM-S
result in law
suit for
a and DeWitt Lets
Agnes Ferguson .wa r- "-raw
=::. :=.
$100.000 or more. The and Rose. Padgett of the getit I V :::-:=; : '

usual 110,000 personal Strawberry Swingers attended Up '"
a square dance at ,
liability policy ia no longer -
Camp O'Lena State Park ';/iij
adequate. Can the Charley ,
Saturday night.Complete together. i
E. Johns Agency increasemy

ComprehensivePersonal Slock Layaway WTrade Magic Chef.

Liability to Now, GEM; ,
S100.000..even 1,000,000for JEWELRY Stark '

just a few dollars more Bsooso Cooking li Out. Of

premium Charley?" E. Dr.Knoxville.and Mrs. J.E.Tenn.Moseleyof are All l l This I Plus I A Ufc'i' Molt Important 1H.'

spending this week with his

JOHNS AGENCY mother, Mrs. J.H. Moseley, 4
!\Irf.: Moseley had spent the Q
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TELEGRAPH Nov 24, 1977

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\ ,.. .< ..I.tr""..:1.,. '' '. ".".'I'.".' ';:(fo1f.)',\,..;,\"<- "1'i" I I 3 Phase Renovation Project Community Thanksgiving Service

,'; .'t.". .",._'
,' '' 1
n ? Thursday l 10 at Meth. Church
i3 r "t I Under Way At First BaptistPart a.m.
Catholic Church,and the Rev.
one of a three phase finislung all the church pews lion building built in 1950. service Community Thanksgiving by the George L. Harper, minister of
"i A ,. renovation of the First Baptist and pulpit furnishings, re Phase three will be renovation Bradford sponsored County Ministerial ATTEND E the First United Methodist
Church of Starke has begun placing the ceiling in the of the three story education Alliance will be held Thursday Church, will participate in the
and is expected to be completed sanctuary\ and the removal of building. Kimbrill said morning at 10 a.m.at the First THANKSGIVINGSERVICES service.
1A before Christmas said one wall in the rear of the renovations to that buildingwill United Methodist Church. Mrs. John Schmidt, pianist,
minister of education Travis church to add more seating be less expensive since it 'The Rev._ Will Wright and Mrs. Carolyn Hayes
1r Kimbrill space in the balcony This will is a newer building. of Grace United Methodist soloist will present a musical
I When completed the church, increase the seating in the The entire project, pastor Church in Lawtey will program,
built In 1950 will have new church from 400 to about 425, estimated at $26,000 is ex The Rev. Patrick AT THE CHURCHOF The public Is invited to
i? lighting to highlight the choir said Kimbrill. pected to be completed in speak.Foley, pastor of St. Edward's' attend.
and platform activities andan Also planned in the renova February.A YOUR
updated sound system. A tion is the painting of the formal dedication Is ST, MARK'S EPISCOPAL
1 vinyl wainscoting is being outside of the church. planned for the first of the Meth CHOICE CHURCH
added inside the church. Phase two will be minor year, said Kimbrill.
Also in the first phase is re- repairs to the original educa- WEEKLY SCHEDULE
., Youth Sunday, November 27th-
8:30: a.m., Holy Eucharist;
Former Police Chief Y.,jy1 Activities 9'45: a.m., Church School;
11:00: a.m., Morning Prayer.

":i rl Wally Muhlhofer' Dies Youth by Don Director Denton ST. EDWARDS )Revival UnderWay

"...and all ye pilgrims NEWSMrs.
Memorial services were the Florida Sheriff's gather at ye meeting house to Smyrna
held at the Community Association in 1974 for his give thanks to ye God..", John Samons Baptist ChurchA
Church in Kevstnnp! HPIPM outstanding job of contributing echoed the words of the 1623 President of the Gainesville
Monday Nov. 14, for to the advancement of ;' 1, Thanksgiving Proclamation Deanery and Mrs. Richard week-long revival is under
Walter M Muhlhofer, b6, better law enforcement. written by William\ Bradford.Theproclamatlonwas Coss attended the recent Fall way at 7:30: nightly Nov. 20-27
who died Saturday morning He was a member of the read by board meeting of the St. at Smyrna Missionary Baptist
Nov 12, in the Veteran's Keystone Heights Rotary Vickie Carver at the openingof Augustine Diocesan Council of Church West Pratt Street in
A workman puts the final touches Hospital in Gainesville fol Club and was selected as the Thanksgiving Service Catholic Women held in St. Starke.
on plaster work in the lowing a lingering illness. Man of the Year in 196263. last Sunday presentedby .
sanctuary of the First Baptist Church of 4fSul evening Augustine.Mrs. Dinner will be served on the
during phase one a ;
three-phase renovation. Services were conductedby He served as president of the I the youth at the First grounds Sunday Nov. 27,
the Rev. Thomas Poston club in 196566. United Methodist Church Josephine Cumber after morning services, ac
in addition to Masonic Rites He was a member of the Stacey Denmark read a presided at the St. Edward's cording to Thomas E. I
performed by members of Community Church a & poem depicting the landing of Parish Council held in the Williams.
Lets.Be"FUl the Melrose Lodge No. 89, F. member of the KeystoneGolf __H___ __ __ the pilgrims and their search parish hall on November 15. Evangelist for the revival is
& A.M., of which Mr. and Country Club, of for religious freedom. The Mrs. Joseph Gissy was appointed Hev Frank Panzrino.
'. \ Muhlhofer was a member. which he was president in Rev. Ben P. Bryant responsive reading "Give as parish Liturgical On the nights of Nov 24-25
\ Also taking an active part 19f>6-67; a member of the Thanks" was led by Doug Chairman. Steve Rollis offered the revival will feature a
JL. Thanksgiving in the ceremony were fellow Morocco Temple Keystone Rev. Ben Bryant Reddish.. Remainding us of to serve as director of gospel singing group, the
members of the Keystone- Heights Shrine Club; was a the faith upon which this the CYO. "Gof.pi'1 Commutors" from
kc. n. Day Nov.24DEALERS Melrose American Legion Scottish RiteIason.! Elected To Board country was founded and the Mrs Richard Coss gave Crescent City
Post 202.Burial. Melrose Lodge No. 89, F. & faith of those who led us into plans for Christmas carollingon The public is invited to
followed Tuesday A.M. and a member of the Missions the great democracy we are December 18. Choir attend.
afternoon in the Acacia Park Florida Sheriff's Associationand today, was Tammy Denton practice is held Wed eveningsat Hev T.E. Williams is pastor
: Cemetery in Chicago, III. the Florida Law Enforcement Reverend Ben P. Bryant, reading an essay entitled 7:00: o'clock. Smyrna Missionary Baptist
Born in Chicago 111. June Officers pastor of the First Baptist "Faith of our Fathers." Mrs. Richard Pernini told of ('hurc h.
Are you able to tune-up the late model electronic ignition 25, 1911, Mr Muhlhofer Association. Church of Starke was During a music special the purposes and goals of the
equipped cars and trucks? If not, you are losing moved to Starke in 1954 and He is survived by his wife, reelected to the State Board of each member of the group Life in the Spirit seminars
business! then to Keystone Heights{ in Mildred Ann Muhlhofer of Missions of the Florida came forth and thanked God being conducted on Wed Baptist
1957. Keystone Heights, and one Baptist Convention at the for what he had done in their nesday evenings.
There are now at least 3 years of late model cars and !Mr !Muhlhofer was sister. Mrs. Robert Walter of annual convention in St life. As the pilgrims gatheredat Reverend Father Patrick Participate In
trucks you can't work on. If you are going to stay in the stationed at Camp Blooding Edison Park 111 Petersburg November 15. their first thanksgiving Foley, pastor explained the
tune-up business and we hope you are you have to get during World War II, and Pallbearers were Frank The State Board of Missions table the youth and their spiritual significance of Mission[ StudyAll
We will with clinics and
into gear.and help both. test equipmf.'ntneeds after the war attended the Walrath Huntley Redfearn acts for the Florida Baptist parents and friends gatheredat Communion in hand which is
it requires Elgin Watch College before Sr., Philip Nichols Bill Convention in the interim be the Communion Table to now approved in the Church. of the Baptist Churches
returning to the Keystonearea. Harrington[ Frank Ottingerand tween annual meetings and is give thanks to God as Com Plans were also given for affiliated with the New River
: Ray Starnes. composed of members elected munion was served by the church renovation projects. Baptist Association! participated
for Ronnie Phone 964-6060. In addition to owning and Honorary pallbearers, from within the bounds of Rev. George Harper and Rev. Members were informed of in a study of the
operating Keystone besides members of the each cooperating association.The Don Denton. the Ecumenical Thanksgiving Foreign missions emphasis
F., M.I fall Jewelers before retiring Masonic Lodge and Florida Baptist Con Jay Eaves gave an ancient Service planned for subject, "Rivers of Ink."
from that in 1976. he servedas American Legion Post, were ventlon is composed of opening prayer written by one November 24 at the First The composed of
PRRTS Keystone's Chief of Policefor members of the Keystone messengers from 1,516 of the first settlers of this Methodist Church. members group from the 18
5TRRKE MOTOR many years. Heights Police Department, churches and 92 missions with country and the program was The Feast bf Christ I the King Southern Baptist Churches in
Upon his retirement from !Mayor Charles Head Clay membership of 741.856 people.A closed by prayer which was was celebrated on November this area met at First Baptist
Aid Art Fir RMHI! 964-6060 law enforcement work, he County Sheriff Jennings native of Georgia, Rev. first spoken by astronaut 21 at St Edward's with C Church in Starke for a covered
was awarded the Distinguished Murrhee, members of his Bryant is a graduate of Frank Borman in outer space Benediction of the Blessed dish supper.'ollowing the
Service Award by department. William Carey College and the aboard the Apollo 8. The Sacrament. mf.'al.\Irs.!\ Travis Kimbril led
I New Orleans Baptist closing prayer was read by Mr and Mrs. Henry the the
===-' -== group in missions
Rev. Scott Polk. honored at the
Theological Seminary. Stefanelli were study showing how Mission
Bryant has been pastor of the Todd Denton acted as parish covered dish supper
i Work has grown through the
First Baptist Church of Starke program director and song that evening on the occasion of use of printed materials for
CHRISTMAS SPECIALS since iuly 1973. leader and Chuck Williams their 48th wedding an Spanish Baptist in Mexico and
and Kevin Miller ushers.
were niversary. They were other Spanish speaking
Pianist for the service wasiylrs presented with a decorated
Ada Reddish. cake made by Mrs Paul people
This foreign Missions study
,. ? This Ad Good Thru December 24th ,,rtia Ta Meng. is in conjunction with the
I I Following the supper a slide Lotus ..
P Main i presentation of Italian which..is.an-.l'fCort..to,
? s l ;r Cathedrals and architecturewas raisiM: .'UN).(MM).00 for direct
J I : given by Reverend mission work around the
Father Gregory Fay of \ orkl_
i f"su Jacksonville.Mrs. .
v Tommv Parker and
!Mrs. Tom Allen were in
charge of arrangements for

1r the supper. Robert A. "Bob" Blanchard -
B'', died Saturday Nov.
96tV 19. in the V.A. Hospital in
Augusta Cia. .
Born In Law ley. June 27,
; Because your home 11m!n: Mr Blanchard had livedin
Augusta over 25 years
!Parents were the late Alanson
:\1. Blanchard and Anna
heating system McLeod: He was a retired"
GIFT CERTIFICATES farmer, a member of the
Grace United !Methodist\

Good For Any Of Our Merchandise & Services isn't as efficientas Church Army veteran at Lawtey of \\WI.and an

include three
Purchase MOO00 Certificate For $9000 sisters\ !Mrs\ Kathleen Wyatt
of :Miami, Miss Knza Blan
Purchase '50" Certificate For $45 it used to be chard and :Miss Arthurine
)Blanchard both of Lawtey
Purchase $25 Certificate For $2250e Graveside funeral services
W Appreciate were held Tuesday Nov.22 in
Kingsley Lake Cemetery with
Lay-Away Plan Kev. Don Denton and Rev.
Your Will Wright officiating
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral
We Will Hold Merchandise Home of Starke was in charge:
Trading In Any Until January 15, 1978 of arrangements.

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Affirmative Action Plan I in the short- further study by the buildingsand
I fees of 10 per- grounds committee. The
Although women ana will'bring back a completedplan county government, a probable hospital would have to borrow
minority employees make up to the board. received no of 76450. In funds for the long range
the. majority of Bradford Welty said a survey done In employment budgeted roof, renovation. Hospital admini-
County Hospital working May 1977 showed of 87 people submitted to the said the short
staff,. the Board of Trustees employed In the hospital, 73 government for be paid for with strator Dick Edmondson was
last Thursday, Nov. 17, gavean were women and 26 were under civil rights deposit asked to continue gathering
affirmative action plan the minorities. The report states has also received no plans costing information about a Farmer's
finishing touches before final these categories were over- said Welty. tabled for Home Administration I loan.
presentation for approval. utilized, but were in the lower Welty was KfflifaAJI
.income bracket as dietary earlier board action to
Hospital attorney Dick and nursing aides. the hospital situation
Welty and administrator Dick county and hospital
Edmondson each used the On the administrative staffof were Intermingled aoa
plan adopted by the Board of 17 none are minorities, the county general funds LB{?
County Commissioners as an report stated. also has federal
outline for the hospital plan. The attorney said he had sharing.One .
Trustees Inez Green and Dan written a letter to the Office of mill,plus$15,000
Williams along with Chair- Revenue Sharing explainingthe track funds, were '
man Bill Dampier suggested position of the board that of the general fund ) ( l. 0U
minor changes in wording to the hospital is a separate separate millage on
conform hospital usage.Welty entity rather than an arm of bill this year, said I t

I'' Appraisers Want 4 Year Interval On I

Florida's property appraisers a reappraisal of one-third of a period !and TU
have launched a county property each year, handed without hiring
petition drive asking for a with'' the fourth year of the help," Alvarez said. I
constitutional amendment cycle used to extend the new i R
limiting reassessments of values on the county's tax roll.. The alternate plan A
property for taxing purposesto "This would give us a presented for
once every four years, complete reappraisal, future meetings of K
instead of every year as now spreading the work out over a Alvarez added.
required by law. lake.:1
Most appraisers believe the E
annual reappraisal places a HOUSEHOLD HINTS

burden on the' elderly the bylMaryS.Yearta!
indigent, and others who mustpay Your County Extension Yd
higher taxes
every r Home Economics Agent
because of Inflationary-
creases in the value of their 1)) Remove drumstick and from body. Joint
property. It is also impossible thighTo remove drunstickand leg to backbone
for appraisers to reassess thigh, press leg away tentimes snap free or :
every parcel of severed easily with
annually without property hiring Sign' Machine............. point. Cut dark meat
outside help, they say.: pletely from body to
Page 1)
County Property body contour carefully
Appraiser Jimmy Alvarez knife.: Was Quite An &..,,1...
said he and a number of other Gaines was asked to pursue 2)) Slicing dark
appraisers favor an alternate grant information. Place drumstick and .
would provide for Commissioner E.W. Hodges separate plate and
said the county had received a through connecting

Ag Funds.................. rebate of $6,000 from de- pieces may be ..
linquent inspections done by sliced. Tilt
(From Page 1)) the county inspection station. convenient angle
The money would be used to towards place as .. And Win This T....
middle school?". asked Mrs. buy the next batch of stickers, illustration.
Spengler. said Hodges. 3)) Slicing thlJhTo Did They Nefloet.
"Nothing. We have an excellent The full commission met thigh meat, hold
program there," last Monday, Nov. 14, with plate with fork. Cut
Casey said. Bradford County Hospital administrator slices parallel to the '
"I'm telling you right now Dick Edmondsonand Answers To?This Aggravation;
I'm opposed to it!" stated county attorney Dudley
Parmenter. "The kids at Hardy. See Yon Next Nil!
Brooker, Hampton and Discussion included bills Drowning
La*ley are being left out." sent to the county from
Exploratory and preparatorycourses Shands Teaching Hospital for Found In
are offered at the high indigent care. County clerk ARE:
school for middle school Gib Brown said the county had
students, but students at recently received a bill for Sheriffs deputies
Brooker, Hampton and $860 for patient care for one volunteer worker
Lawtey will not be able to person. Three other bills are the body of a Starling, Graham -
travel to Starke, Parmenter expected by the county.CommissIOners Sunday who drowned
said. asked for a previously in lake
Gaskins said he thinks report on the indigents before
parents in Brooker, Hamptonand having the county attorney, The victim, E. .
Lawtey expected to give protest the bills. Kota 288 ,.
up some things'' to keep their' Contrary to f'lorida"I\\ Shands Hotpial' ; 8ttttri COmi /*/>/,./>
students at homer"but they do''' government in the Sunshine, was reported
expect the basic programs none of the local news media week after his 14-foot
offered the rest of the coun- was informed of the meeting. washed ashore on the .
one year.



.William (87 Bill) Browning The Rye's HomesteadProudly RIUASWEYLWLEIM STCUTftMAPOTHARS

William A. (Bill) Browning,
87, of Raiford, died Sunday Announces It's Family Style POOHEFSCHIETF GREEN.HOEYANCY.CLINCHSAJ
morning.. November 20, in the
an extended illness. THANKSGIVING DINNEROur
has lived his
Mr. Browning
entire life in the Raiford GEM JEWELRY BRYAN REAL ESTATE
community He owned and Dinner Served From Fresh Baked Turkeys And

life.Lodge A No.member 82 F and of the A. M Raiford, Mr. Maryland Cooked Hams, Fresh Cranberries, Candied Yams SHELL STOP OF LAWTEY LEATHER SHOP

Browning was a member of
the First Baptist Church at And Fresh Vegetables, Pumpkin Pie And Mince Meat Pies, SKINOREDIHNIBWFECHEC KRICKETSSTUMYNOMEATANTBFAO
Mrs. Bessie Perry Browning
of Raiford; one daughter, Plenty For All PAPREL-YASEADERSWEASLATICNEDNAGCN
Mrs. Elizabeth Richard of
Alton Browning of Jacksonville Dinner Served 11 A.M. Until P.M.
Palatka; 11 grandchildrenand .

Funeral 17 great services grandchildren.were held Pl.a Plan Jo 2n>/ Will U On 3ki* Sp.ciat OCCiU on. MOTORS BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPHCISTRATEGYALLGASREDAANUOSNFANIVODNOASINA

Raiford with Rev.
Burial followed with Masonic S.R.21 Keystone Hilts ,
Cemetery. Archer Funeral 473-3093 Rye
charge of arrangements.





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PageS TELEGRAPH Nov.21. 1977

What Thanksgiving Means To MeWhat

Thanksgiving means to me? : i-; '

This question was asked of several first and
third grades at Starke Elementary School. Their fig 4

responses, as written, are here for your holiday

enjoyment.The .
first grade<< response is from Kevin

from Crawford the third in Mrs.grade Helen class Johns'of Mrs.class.Carol Others Redding.are [ : -' T If'3 .

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Stark Elementary student
Adrana Jackson wears the
pilgrim( hat she made to cele- --- ---- --- .
brate Thanksgiving.

Thanksgiving meens to me that I am happy It means to be thankful for what you have.
is Fun for children. It
Thanksgiving a very day that the Indians and pilgrims found this world. Mother, father, sister, brother. So be thankfulfor Pilgrims Glen Thornton and Jeffrey Workman find lunch at
also to thank God for what have. The
\ means we Then some pepole helped fix it up.from what you have. Starke Elementary good to the last lick of the spoon.
pilgrims and Indians celeabrated Thanksgiving.They .

thanked God. Then had a big big feast for Michael West Christina Coleman
their dinner. It means you eat turkey and it means you eat

pumpkin pie and dressing.
by Brad Green
By Chris

I Well it feels to me that it is celebrateing that T

the country 'is free. And any way it is fun to eat p '.
all the food. Especially the Turkey!
I The Indians told white man how to kill
turkeys. So they decided to celebrate. And they
by Tara L. MarchantIt
had a big dinner. And thats how we got

means to give thanks. And haveing a good Thanksgiving.

meal to eat. It means to celebrate and eat food
like turkey, pies, and vegetables. Good things By Lynn Barber
like that to eat. ........:.. :.,.... -. 4
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By Justin Williams what would Thanksgiving have been without Indians These Indians and pilgrims sit down together to enjoys meal at
are ((1-r): B.J. Jenkins Louis Henderson. Kenny DeSue and Starke Elementary School. Shown (l-r) arePatrlcla Rosier, Love and happiness. When the pilgrims came
Melvin Cribbs. Carla Ford. Scott Allen and Toni! Kelly. to Amrica from the bad king in Europe. They

3- sand on the Mayflower for about three months.
Thanksgiving is celebrated because the Dear Newspaper man When they arived at Amrtca it was still young.
pilgrims thought they should have a big feast. Thanksgiving is a very good day to me becausewe They were greeted by stmngers.
3i.QLbtQJStarke : They praised God for the food they ate. They eat turkey. And turkey is very good. I bet These people were Indians. The pilgrims/
invited the Indians to celebrate with them. The you like turkey, because I do. And it is good for became frinds with the Indians. The Indians
-964.5451 Indians helped kill the food. They drank water you. Some people do not like it. I hope you have a where good teachers. At the end of the year the
from the brook. They prayed before they ate. time. Well good-bye.
Fri Sat Sun pilgrims grew corn. They celebrated we do to.

by Mike Pike by Kim Sapp
.. .
'''I "v. J
\ LIVE ONE. ;, .. J None Injured In 3 AccidentalThere ;

were no serious injuries south of Starke on Monday
1frQJ in accidents in Bradford Nov, 21. The Florida Highway
County but three accidents Patrol reported Hill had
caused an estimated $2,875 in slowed) to make a left turn
damages when the accident occurred.
.. Last Friday morning an FliP estimated the damage to
www..'..(M"".."..'.''.'.'.' accident on US-301 resulted in Hill's vehicle at $1.000 and the
$225 damages. The cars of damage to Chapman's truckat
David Lawrence Pickren of $-t0.:
-AND Lake Butler and Harry P.
Faulker of Starke collided as ServicemenSAN
the two were attempting to
Cmmmnd Eddie change lanes. No chargeswere
have just witnessed GUDDEN filed. ANTONIO:'; ; ; ,- Airman
m murder....butthere's Donna Lynn Honsberger of John C Simmons son of Mrs
Lawtey was charged with Huth t'nderCKJd of Hampton.
no one they
can tell....becauseIn careless driving in an accident has received .1 new assign
this town the copfarethcklllm INTRODUCTORY that occurred last ment following graduationfrom
Saturday evening Hon- the electronic com
sberger's car collided with a munications and cryptographic
car driven bv Martha Louise equipment systems
PAINT SALE Bramble of Pratt Street repairman course conductedby
VIOLATION Starke, as Bramble was at- the Air Training Command
tempting to turn left off US. at Latkland A 'H. Tex.
301. Damage to each car was Airman Simmons now
r Famous SPR ED estimated at $600. trained to operate and repair
quality Jeffery Marshall Chapmanof specialized communications
1977 BUICK 225 Jacksonville was charged equipment, will go to Eglin
-- low !
_- amazing price with careless driving when his AKIi Fla., for duty with a unit
301 f.tW.tFrl) Latex -for easy brush or roller application; Limited, Landau Top, Coupe Loaded truck ran into the rear end of a of the Air Force Systems
truck driven by Frank Lee Command. Completion of the
Durable, flat finish dries "in half an hour 6995 Hill of Starke. The accident course earned the individual
Sat. occurred on US301. two miles credits towards an associatein
Over 1,100 colors wash clean
S to..y applied science: degree
fresh.looking 1976 CHEVY IMPALA through the Community
: College of the Air Force
NOW $ 8 9 9 4 Dr. Hard Top Air Auto. P/S FUQUAY'S CARPET The airman n Is a 1976
graduate of Chamberlain
ml P/B $3995 CLEANING' High School Tampa. His
e. father John C. Simmons Sr.,
PROFESSIONAL resides at Lutz.


GOES TO MONTE CARLO Second Gal. 964.8596
V8 Air Auto P/S P/B
TKMmcoicxr. 3J> One Dollar See Chief
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AND. The convenience I latex the durabilityof THANKSGIVING Monday 10 A.M. Iii 2 P.M.
Ohf. Bradford Square
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[g- MOMENT this Thanksgiving season, let us
ItCfUMOlO*!." ; ; 1913 OLDS CUTLASS COUPE pause and take time to offer thanks to

Sun. Mon.A God for our many blessings. And to
NOW 95 Coupe, Auto Air P/S P/B praise Him for the freedom we enjoy
HILARIOUS LOOK $1 living in the United States of America.

We hope you and your loved ones i
Gal have the best during this Thanksgiving i
1976 FORD PICK UPs 1977 CHEVY VAN season. i
Second Gallon
Au t Caravan Pkg. Auto,
6 Cyl, o.
Many thanks to our many friends for
One Dollar Air Cond. P/S, P/B, their confidence in us during the past
AM FM Tape year.DeWitt I

5895 C. Jones Benton; Futch:

Harold Johnson

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wy 21 At Hwy 100 Keystone Heights
AND."Nurses Funeral Home
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473-4470 ... kvtton.Hgu
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(' 'II ACTIVITIES Deepest sympathy of the By Elizabeth Terry
t'III'III'II OF toi) ): Sunda\ community is extended to brother-in-laxx, and sister, Mr. Phone: 782.3300 1lrs.Ioelson! ; of New; Castle SCHOOL :NKSMKNL'WEEKOF; \\KDNKSUAY: : Meat loaf,
School 10 u.in. Worship Ser- :Mrs. Robert Lee and other and :Mrs. O.J. Boyette and Pennsylvania, : "' catsup buttered potatoes
XICCH II u.in. and u p.m, relatives due to the death of family Saturday and'at Sunday Mrs. Lee and aunt Nov. 2K- Dec :2 green !beans, apple sauce
Prayer Ilel'linlt'l' p.in: YI'K; Friday at 7 u m. Peterson of Do\xling Park Supper with them at the Grace community Is extended to Mr. Saturday overnight guest of visited Mrs. Lee's father, G.L rice, turnip greens cornbread Till'HSU,YV i Boiled beam
.Fv'FItGItIFN: : ; ; ; BAPTIST:: Sunday tinted Methodist Church and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs and her sister.. :Mr o.j, Anders Peterson at Advent Christian butter, crunchpeanut xx ith ham seasoning, rice, cole
Sunday School \10 a.m. \\'or- The former Volley Heddish :.Mr.and !Mrs. Russell Green other relatives due to the :Mr and Mrs. William Hume in fowling Park. butter cookie, fruit cup milk slaw peanut! -raisin cup. corn-
ship Services! I l a m .and 7:30: Home was sold by :Mr. and of Brooker, visited Mrs. Carl death of their brother Lester Warren of Jacksonville, and Tl'KSI\Y-Spaghetti: with bread butter milk.
pin Training TnionB-aop:: m :Mrs. Lynn Boch. of Beaufort Prevail and Mr. and !Mrs Dobbs of Gainesville, who their brother. Scott Tinsler meat sauce cheese, tossed "1t1U.\\1 Sloppy joe on
Prayer :Meeting \\ednehdav ut SC. I to :Mr and :Mrs.endell Truman :Norman: Sunday passed away Friday morning, spent Sunday to Wednesday ........ salad trench bread pears, bun trench fries, corn yellow
7::Jtipm.> Sanders and lamily of afternoon and evening. !Mr. and Mrs. Billy Anders with their parents Mr. and $2 $2 milk. cake with peaches milk..
MUST II.\I>TlST MII/Kni Jacksonville: (Mandarin: ). :Mr. and :Mrs. AI Richardson and children of Jacksonville Mrs. Albert" Tinsler of !Homestead
: : :
Sunday School 0:45: u.m, and family, of Orlando were were: Sunday dinner guests of Rent the pro
Worship Services u\ a, l Sunday dinner guests of Mr. their mother. Mrs. OJ) ,An :Mr. and :Mrs HeimieKellv
m. and Deepest
of thecommunity
sympathy : i
and :Mrs. tended the If
Raymond Bryan and covered dish
7k1:: ) Training Union
6:30 dersMr.
: is extended toMisslrthurine
Prayer : family and Mrs. Doc :Mosley luncheon lor Bradtord and .
pin. Meetinged l. Blanchard and .
Mr, andIt.s.: Bruce Hart- visited their aunt :Mrs PolGriffis. l I'mon Ketired Teachers
nesiKiy\ lit 7:30::) ) m.F'.thTll her
p :Miss
sisters Kn/a. ot
IUI''I'IS'I' HUH.I'll :M.icclennx. IIndll's: man of :\Iandarin.el'e in Putnam Memorial !Lake Duller ThursdayMrs -, : STCflfflEXcarpet :
Uadio Saturday dinner guests of Hospital of '>alatka, FridayTM : .John 1)1' SI..lInd11': .
: Program Kathleen.xatt.,
VM'XK: H on due of :Miami their parenls. :Mr. and Mrs 1. and Mrs.I \\'nyneGustafson. and11'11.: John '1\I'. Jr. and : cleaner :
am. SIIIK.IV| Ihe'IIl'alh
Bible lo ol their .
Jim School 10 a.inorship Ser- 1 brother Unbelt l in Augusta Burney 'Dobbs ofJacksonville talked to their pm'ellis.11': rehearsal I and rehearsal I : ..:....i.;: \ :
ices II|
| 'I.In. und Uju: lia.; xnurdax! ,
pmI'r.i.xcrMeetingcdnesd.ix morning ,.. .
: :Mrs! t.lhvll'llon.:.. : was a Sunday and Mrs Bill !Dobbs and supper Friday' night lor her tia :- .... .
tit came
(dinner guest of her in-laws. family on Saturday night All Ill'plwlich'll'l: Huberts and .
1Iuipm.:: () home from Orange( Park :Mr and :Mrs. Arlie Uobbs.Mrs. of them are !line und asked to :Miss lIellinaIaklev: ol ...>VI. '.,... ,. .
(i !It .1'I.K: t'NITID| | .: Hospital : and ,
| on Monday is : Harold Eunice Jit- be remembered to all of our /.Il'ksol1\'ille./ i -'Y" FEATURE
MKIIIomsi: : Sunday School getting! along) nicely Thanks tended church: at Long Branchon : church: lamilvU Mrs. John T. l'. Sr. .md :Mr Heres$2000FFtherental : ;
!1:41: : un. \\orship Services I ui I It lor your praxersiiml loxe. Sunday, and was a dinner ax ne llyde ol West and Mis: John '1l'. Jr. and : price call : 1 Bedroom, Single-Wide Home
"m i ami 7iO:: p in Choir H.lI.n'id Brown and :Mr of her Local Steamex .
guest/ l son-in-laxv and Virginia spent Ihl'eeIl'eks lamily attended ihl'Il'cldll1
l Practice al 7 p.l1I. amilelhixlis.t tied llaidee \l. ill'lI1I's.: IIl1ughlel'11': and :Mrs with his cousin!. 1'1'1'1'Iind, of. :Micluiel i lioberts mid\ :Miss!1: : TEAL TILE & : fi.
\ Youth Fellowship ,Mini I .\nlll'I'!!, Mrs: Car; I (Ronnie :\Illole\.' and daughter, Vickie :Nicula. bctIi na :Makley' at Foursquare( !
cdnoday\ ill 7':to in I'rexatt I and daughter Mrs: 6095lurnishedDeliveredSet
p ol :MaxxilleMr :: Scott Tinsler visited his Church! on hide lirove i U CARPET :
I'mtod :Methodist Kxclxii: '
Uomt'ii :Norman and :Mr. and ,
and :Mrs. Dick ThoiTMs.ol brother-in and sister. Mr Avenue Satin'dax' afternoon I \, .
met .il I ho home III'1I's.: :\\t's"\ \llie Dobbs,
Frank TuesdjxMr and 0 .
Slal'kt''Isited :Mis Call and :Mrs.Villiam Warren of the reception altiM-vvurds.. 139 E. Call 964-7423
I'orreca. of l ll.iinplon TIII' II.lv : and :Mrs (Kaxmoiidilluuiis 1'ievatl and :Mr. und :\II'!!. Jacksonville Saturday.Mrs. '. Dinner guests of :Mr, and 7 '
morning. Nov: : '. \13. with npresent. tt' .ind son (Itixan." : ol Tl'llll1anOl'll1all: : Thursday : BlII'r11 Its went to :Mrs It.K Lee on Friday it )......;.".QeTT; "Ia _
:Mrs.George Uobei ts.M .lackininillo.; visited their II.IIU'I'IUHJIIBrooker l t I :St.;\ Augustine Thursday' and evening were uncle anti .unit : $2 ,...:...,.. ...... $2 SAVEDuring
-.. piesiding. :Mrs. Frank picked up her mother-in-law. of\II'.l.cl': :Mr and :Mrs J,:Nllenlv ... ill......... a
(Cues gage I ho e\oiion.il.l :Mrs. Bessie\\11118111 Geriatric and l'UlISill.h': and 925
:Mrs.\ llornne Kelly.is uncharge r News :Nursing: Home I and 1 they' went I::>.
ol I ho prnji'll:! 11111'14: to visit her son-in-laxv and ttVi ,
I'orreca served a nice luncheon daughter. Mr. and Mis.: G L('.
Itx. : JIM nolle l'i'rscolt '
Stanley I ', of" descent City until 500 REWARDFor November
TIll'I church had IIwit.11' Plume: 153.t713Gang : I:
:MrsVattf returned toLawley
I I11'
mi.il TluinksciMiig! dinner .it Shll1I1I1I'S :\ K/zell's 'lass-Tammy Friday and Mrs every sale
the church Saturday night.! The t three runners i of the Baines and Rhonda \\hitmnn Bessieiitts stayed until Information Leading To Arrest And includes BIG savings '
Sue. 1\1.\ and it was well ale Cong ShillIll'leI Io''id.l:0, : : \', sang\ "Country Hoad." SherriKnopper Saturday.Mr. and ,
lemliil" Hex lion Ponton II" IH. at Brooker Elementary are and Elaine: Tetslone : and :Mrs :Marcus Conviction Of Those Persons Who D na .
in ch.ugo ol a short program Cil; Carroll who played the did .1. dance. .//al'l'ellllnd 13 Boy Scouts, of TURKEY .-'l'-,
,it the clos-o s.ivophone. winner ot I the :\Irs.ichol'lI: : class-Bryan Jacksonville spent the weekend Burglarized
lI\\( lll.\") II MM'1ST: contpetitio11.. There was a lie Davis Brad Cox Carl Johns!!, with their pal'enls.11': .
Suml.ix, :School; lit) ant. Worship Values In New Guerdon-Biult Mobile Homes Are Better
lot second place between and Hick Twiss performed inn and :Mrs. Donald Wilkison.
services I it I a in and i It :Michelle Stillxvell who per skit: Debbie Polk. Debbie Other guests were their son HANDYMAN SAW SHOPIn Than Ever
I'I'CISterling: ( Modnosd.ix Plus: With Every Home Sold This Month// We Are
pin turned a skit and Tammy Phillips. Lisa Lynn Teresa and daiighter-ln-laxv. Mr and
\ .it .:"M: p inI :Mann who also performed a Starling! Cindy :Nettles: and Mrs.: Daniel Wilkison and Presenting One Free Turkey To The Home Buyer And
I..\llt.n.I>""1ST: Sunday:' skit. Susan :Naxalany performed\ in Dana also of Jacksonville for Maxville, Fla. One Free Turkey To A Needy Family i
Sere'ices' a skit: Tammy' :Mann and Sunday, dinner. Do Yourself A /
:: The three winners receiveda :Michelle Stilwefl performed a Bobborman. : and son On Thursday November 3, 1977 little Good.. STARKE I
1'r.ix\Il'l'ltng: \\'odnoda.x .it I 1I1'0IlkBlilld'l\ tee-shut\ skit.1 Ann Truetl sa ng"TIIt'I'e's Hick', were Sunday dinner And Someone Else, Too.
; :lit pill. Other performers in I the a I Place In The Sun." !guests( of their parents. :Mr Contact Claude LeasureIn Look Into Our Deal Today. HOME CENTER
:\OIMIIMIHKU'IIM\ : ': lung! Show competition were: Kim Carroll 1 II icky Harris and :Mis. Truman :Norman: Highway 301 North
Sunday School; in a in. Worship \ :Miss Uilli.Hiis' room-Helen and Carol Fussell sang .VIMCOS II ain..nd 7pin \\halm and Jill :\1001'('. who to 'Happy Days" I.>,...-'n... ...,
Pr.ivcr :Mtvling Wedm'Ml.ix \ did a poem' and pantomine.: I How Ie \\\ Ilha illS. Cuit'is Jones, 11
at 7 p m Joel/ Brewer and David and John Becker performed/ in
SiJilt INS: IISSIlIH1I.I'1'IST : \' Hamilton two clowns : a I skit i I
I! :Mnui.ix; School 10 Pnsvillaelch and Paula I lunch :Menu
.110 WoeshIpSettices 11.1 ni C i I'l'I'I1. T.1I1111Thomasson :Nox.L'H-Doc.2: :
nut ::1 I p in. on second ind and 1 Debbie }Parrish.. two :MOliBeefaronl.: ; .
tourtISutxlls. Prater hand singing and dancing teams: orange Juice, apples baked in Want tocutaownon
31 1t"d,1.I noon; Handy Polk and Jimmy I the oxen green beans, rolls
MMIN\ SIISSR.1RYIt11'I'ISI' ; Lewis, who sang!! : Sherri: ;and milk.
\ : Sunday School w H.urell. Leslie Thomas IKMYChicken| salad ,
.1 ill W'urshipSrrtkes 1111 in robots Tain \\illingham and with i cheese carrot in centerof
and 7 p 11BTS :3:43: p m 1 Deena lo\ danced DennaMcDavid. a lettuce leaf. corn,
1'r.ix or :Meeting \\cdnesda\ ut : Diane :\kKinlland ('\,. cinamon "roll and milkUiNEsi .
7pl1l Audrey Pierce were \ : : ; ).\\'. Sliced ham your
dancing dolls: Duane :Mott did Oil cheese, tossed salad ;
PKHM\\I: an imitation ot" Elvis Presley'. strawberry' jello sandwich '
Mos: KLuobi-tluXein: spent ,Susan+--D'ia1 -_ t a "a and -milk: peanut butl'r1'lIokles. f: -, .. ...! electric bill? .
wont :Nlowiii (o\\ ediH's'd.iv 'ooJJ IIld: ; I'':: ..----. '
with her s-1JlrTW t s. t',EMrickland. Mrs U at son's cla"..- Till( IJ.Hambu..ger
: of Gainesville C'hristie Starling was steak" with gl'aon mashed -
AMiilo there they visited her Gosiplnl i c Gertrude! t potatoes or ..ice. turnip
daughter..Irs. Joe U.ifon Ui.ulotte Douglas! \ mid': greens fruit cup. cornbreadand
Jerri SI ill'I illg. olTallah.issoo. Tammy Tam lington were t>vist milk Checkyourplwnbing.
spent the longv.ovkondwuh dancers D.III111l't1l'1I0311: HUDVYCorn. dogs and
\ his parents. :Mr played the guitar KonnieKeodwell cheese sticks cabbage slaw
iiiul :Mrs Charles Starling! and vvasa I robot and JOl applesauce, banana cake and
!l.iiiulx and other relatives Tores was" <\ panotnne hunte milk
:Mrs. (l' K. Crews and :Miss _
\rthunno Ul.incli.ird xlsitod C,04LI.. _
her !oi"ll'I'11": KIUJ Hlanpvhard. =. -.LM: 'V J=- -
In baker Count). 'v = That's right. Your plumbing. And you can
: .J.. :...... '- 4rw- "sillpJ
Home Maivlennx'I'msdax
:: ol
Rinsing altcmorm ) start with your hot water heater. Next to air-

Escapologist Harry Houdini's real name was Ehrich Weiss. conditioning, it's often the second biggest user of <

electricity in the home.

Keystone Heights But its cost can be substantially reduced. By lJ

simply adjusting the setting on your water heater '

Now Has For Your Convenience thermostat. To 130 degrees. Or, if you have a large ., ;;, !_ :;i.J

family or dishwasher, place the setting at 140.

A Swimming Pool Supply Any higher and you're probably wasting money.If I"hl"I.

you insulate your water heater with a .

& blanket of fiberglass, you could save even more. .

Up to 75c a month. It may not sound like much: 1
Equipment Repair Service ......
but every little bit helps. And if you're going on a you call a serviceman.) .

trip, turn your water heater off until you return. j j Another possible drain on your electric bill

Located At Mannings Down Town It'll save money. Ever! if you're away for only I f.| are leaks in your hot water system. A leaky

.... It I, three. or four days. v\; hot water faucet, for example, can cost you

Lawn Mower Sales & Service Store \ '' (One word upwards of two dollars a month. So, if you

r of caution, however 1 see a drippy faucet, replace the washers. The

& Fence CompanyChlorine -- -- -" : before you savings could be quite significant.

;, w do anything to Some other helpful hints? Take showers instead

1-- .-__ .J \ your hot water of baths. A bath uses twice as much wateras

Algae Control I I heater, be sure a shower. And when you shave, or rinse the

disconnect dishes don't let the hot You could be
Acid Algae Destroyer 0". to water run.
the circuit break pouring a lot of water down the drain. What's

Motor'sPump's .. All Kinds : er. If necessary, more if you have to replace your shower heads,

EquipmentComplete .I. we even suggest install flow restrictors to reduce the rate of water

Filters flow.

Filter Elements Finally, you can recover, wasted heat

Repair 20 Yrs. by utilizing the hot refrigerant gas from the air-

Water Tested Free Exp. conditioner compressor to heat the water. This

new technique could eliminate water heating

Com On Call 413.4822 George Manning Or AI Stout 4LJ altogether in the summer. But be sure to consulta

- - - r licensed air-conditioning contractor.If .

Pool Owners Fill Out Blank Mall For Discount you'd like some more money saving ideas,

Manning P. O. Box 723 ask for our folder "How to Save Money on Your
George : Electric Bill." It's free. At all FPL offices.

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Page 10 TELEGRAPH Nov 24. 1977

Bossy Loses Out Six To One ,.t Letters

*.-, a -. 1,,, ..,.,, a ,..... r M ...,.. .,,., ..
In Early Voting On Cow IssueThe FIREFIGHTERS RESCUE TilE

.k a p
November 21,197?

year was 1925 and by putting aside some of its In its issue of July 3, 1925, session providing for the impounding Editor, Telegraph:
already the first shock wavesof country'1 ways; and the first The Telegraph's front page of all cattle found on
the great Florida land boom thing of course, was to put carried the following the streets of Starke, resultedin Once again l the ugly demon
that was to put dollars in the bossy in her place which definitely headline: a vote of 119 to 20 for the act. known as ignorance has
pockets and knickers on the wasn t grazing along It was generally concededthat .a, surfaced at City Hall and as
knees of most real estate the main drag. Nothing would BOSSY RULED OFFSTREETSOFSTARKE the election would carry ::T- -_ usual is disguised as a move to,

salesmen were already kill a real estate sale quicker by a good majority and many save the taxpayers money..
beginning to reach Starke. than the sight of a few The story followed: for and against the special act Except, this time, none of the
scrawny cattle gathered "The special election called did not cast their ballot"' city fathers are willing to taken
The town fathers decided it around the watering trough at for last Tuesday for acceptingor the blame or tie credit for this 3
was time to get ready to bring the northeast corner of the old rejecting a special act So much for old bossy illustrious suggestion. whichi:
Starke into the 20th Century Bradford County courthouse. passed by the last legislative !Now' that the stage was set could be termed a "hot" item!

for boom-time progress the Indeed. 5
announcement cameon r '
next big 'I'm speaking of course j
October 23, 1925 with the about Commissioner Joe
EDITORIALHopeful banner headline: Warren's motion for aj

100.000 MOTEL "reorganization" of the;.
PLANNED FOR STARKE: Starke Fire Department M-;
Warren, would have us believe,;*
The brief story followed: that this idea was'giveii' to Kim a

ThanksgivingThis "At a meeting held last by the Great Councilman ins
Thursday night at the office of the sky or just floated down to *
the Council's desk. The taxpayers -"
Col. D.E. Knight, a committeewas
from Egyptian ready to recognize: Israel's existence appointed to solicit sub- will not be fooled, jj
quotation as a for erection of a however, as we have learned:
President Sadat is reason enough to give state and to live together in peace.Sadat's scriptions modern hotel for Starke The not to believe in Santa Claus. 3

added significance to this week's observance Southern Realty Co., of Lake the Easter Bunny, or shady
of Thanksgiving Day the visit could produce the kind of Worth represented by G.C. City Councilmen.
celebration breakthrough that has eluded diplomaticpeace Kruse, Geo. A. Marcotte and
356th anniversary of the Pilgrim Mr Warren proposes to
in 1621 showing their gratitudefor searchers and open up new paths Robert McWain both of Lake .r. terminate three firemen from
toward a peace settlement. It offers Worth, are interested in the the seven man department
bountiful harvest and their
a own
hope although the gap between Arab proposed hotel and subscribedto excluding Chief Sapp). One,
survival in a hostile environment.But the fund.
of the firemen involved has
and Israeli positions on vital issues is
} the Florida Fire
"The committee appointed completed
wide and
this year Americans and all still dangerously one visit Messrs. G.I\1. Inman. S.R. College and the other two are
even from the President of Egypt, will currently attending. The Cityof
I people around the world, can give an Johns, and N. Sternberg will '
added measure of thankfulness for not insure peace.. make their report of the Starke (taxpayers) paid for
amount of funds raised at the this training and deserves to
President Sadat's unprecedented break But even a ray of hope for peace in the meeting called for tonight have well trained and readily
through in a bitter three.decade period Middle East is enough to provide reason (Friday) at the courthouse aytlt z i, available fire protection, such
which has included four Arab.Israeli They reported considerable as we are presently enjoying.It .
for additional joy and
should noted that these
It is action that could success in their work duringthe
wars. an open a
this of For
week Thanksgiving.
work hours weekand
during early of the week andit firemen 56 a
new chapter in Arab-Israeli relations Thanksgiving was meant to be more is believed part the amount .are only paid for 40.
leading to peace in the Middle East. of and will
than just a day feasting reunitingwith necessary be raised The reduction in fire-
friends and family. It should be a without delay." fighting personnel would

!Mr. Sadat's hold and imaginative time of review a time of mental inspection The next mention of the greatly cripple, not increase

gesture in the interest of peace rather of ourselves our family, our hotel came in the November 6 t. response time as suggested by

than war comes at a time when nation and even our world.It issue when reports from the Mr. Warren. This would leave
Washington's diplomatic efforts to steer canvassing committees revealed one fireman per shift to an-

the Arabs and Israelis toward another is also a time to decide what we that a total of almost These l 1957) scenes of low water in Brooklyn Lake are being reenacted as four-year Starke swer all Dangers calls in are the created City of

Geneva Conference seemed hopelessly should retain of the past or discard for $30,000 had been of secured the for stretch of below' normal rainfall continues in this area. Top photo shows puddle remaining here that I hope even Mr.

bogged down in nitpicking squabbles. the future a time to gather new the hotel purpose, with the location building yet to when Brooklyn was divided into series of ponds by drought of 19;>0's. Lower scene shows Warren doesn want on his
boat passing under
brldgl'here level
high water almost reached floor of bridge conscience.
courage and hope, as the Pilgrims did in be decided. in writer limes.Lake.

Those of us who have not had to live that first observance Although it was : Commissioner Warren
The news item said: "It is
under the constant threat of conflict and not timed for that purpose. President proposed to expend $100,000 alleges anv annual savings of
annihilation how this on Levels Continue Downward $2<>.875, to the City as a resultof
can only imagine Sadat's spectacular and incredible visitto building, to be of sufficient this personnel cut, althoughthis
the Jewish for for size to care for the needsof
deeply peopleearn an Israel has provided the hope a is considerably more than
end to their fears and anxieties. For significant psychological and political the traveling public" for the combined total of the three

them the Sadat mission holds out a breakthrough in bettering Arab-Israeli several years to come As November Rainfall Totals Half InchZero r firemen's salary. Even so,

grain of hope that the Arab nations are relations. Let us give thanks. Mayor Comer L. Peek Ihis means each citizen of
predicted that with State Road .Starke pays approximately $6
No. 13 soon to be c:>m- rainfall during the past Geneva's shore line has the three fire towers in Bradford "- per year more for excellently
I pleted..the proposed highway week caused droughtstrickenlakes receded some 600 to 800 feet, County for the period of trained well equipped and as
It Can And Did HappenThe from Lake City to Palatka in the area to continue according to T.W Baker, a November 1-121" and zero stated earlier, readily avail-
passing through our town.. their drop to near-or-below lifelong resident, exposing a readings were: also reportedby able fire protection. Hardly a
and the hard road from St. historic low levels, with only row of stumps along an an- the Clay County tower near grand sum when human lives
recent indictments of two circuit The situation in the Third Circuit Augustine via Green Cove six) .tenths of an inch of rain reported cient shore line that Baker Lake Brooklyn, and the are at stake. Recent letters
judges of and Springs, and Kingsley Lake to during the first 22 days says have not been above weather station at 'amp from fire victims appearing/( in
a couple attorneys a courts had deteriorated to such an Starke in the making "a of November. this same column reflect this
water since the 1'JJO's.: The Blinding .
number of private citizens in Lake City extent that a number of attorneys in liberal spirit for progress on flow has long since ceased! : citizen attitude:

after more than a year of FBI probinginto that'area are said to be relieved that the part of all citizen'will The level ;in Lake Brooklyn from 'G edeva'lafto'Id'F1i\ d' ,Itrmling'taken, October ALso'is WJuS"i'' coincidental
alleged racketeering in the Third their will be heard before different surely and rapidly build up near Keystone Heights, Pond.ith the water level and !November; at other lakesin l
cases that this reduction in
our town and surrounding to 100.61 of October the area were as follows: proposed
dropped as
Judicial Circuit has shaken that town to some six feet below the bed of
judges. country" 31, still 3.38 feet above the the former outlet. Big Luke Johnson !IIU.>() 42 .44 force and shift changes should
its core and has also brought the historic low of 97.23, recorded It. above the historic low of come at the same time the

sobering realization to small com One attorney is said to have been so The town already, in 1924, in 19 JIThe\ short line is Old Field Pond seems wellon B'I'IH! ; Little Lake Johnson members of the Fire Depart
munities everywhere that "it can incensed the judicial situation had made a bow to progressby receding daily, however, md the way to becoming Old !'M.5H ::1.61 ft. above historic ment were taking steps to joinu
happen here" not just in Chicago by installing a second engine boats can no longer pass Field Puddle and Baker says low '!9n)() H7: and irandm, Hi).3):) union which would make for
existing in that area that he pleaded and generator at the municipal under the bridge over High-- he has never seen it this low 5.2: It. above' historic low better working conditions
New York San Francisco, or Miami with the Columbia Bar Association to power plant, and star. way 21 without running before, with sandbars cuttingit 7')81) Should it not" be "just a
Beach. ting work on a "White Way" inclinedcan coincidence it makes one
aground. Anyone so into two or three smaller
institute grievance proceedings againsta along Call Street, replacingthe walk across Brooklyn on ponds ....... ... wonder what kind of under-
circuit judge; who was later indicted. old hanging arc lamps that sandbars from a point near thetableorks are being
also the
The indictments brought
used to provide the only the fire tower to Im- Watt'r-wlng.shHpcd P.na- is baOP b conducted at City Hall
warning that unless] attitudes and Another attorney said he had been told (L! (
illumination for the business mokalee on the opposite side. use I..ke is now' cut' in Should this mysteriously
morals change for the better Lake City in no uncertain terms that he would section at night. Several boys previously two by receding waters, and horn motion pass the council.

and other communities, both larger and never win another case before this Another forward connected to the main lake shallow iator. Bone has only a ( pOa :? v>e. the taxpayers will

smaller could face similar nightmares in judge the announcement step of W was.H. are now cut off into separate few feet depth Even of water Santa Fe remaining ............................. definitely suffer This hardly'
It. ,
ponds. in makes sense in light of the
the future. As one Lake City minister Hayes, operator of the
ordinarily unaffected by dry :
commented in his Sunday sermon, "We It is hard to believe that such condi- Gainesville Bus Co., of a new Magnolia Lake in the Camp periods, is beginning to show HY WILLIAM: HAASMore recent millage enhance increase public services -"'

have: created an atmosphere in this community tions exist not only in the metropolitancrime daily service from Gainesvilleto Blanding reservation, effects of the current drought. not decrease them"
: than million disabled
that would allow this to take centers of the nation but also in Starke, with one round trip dropped below its historic low veterans 2'i received- Also, if this motion passes*
scheduled daily "but as soon "
November of
with a 22 reading Kinglsey Lake east of
place." The implication is that each such small communities as neighboringLake as the road is completed to 122.48. The previous recordedlow Starke, acclaimed by larger Veterans Administration and Starke becomes s
citizen who condoned such conditions Baldwin three limousine checks in November Mayberry R.F.D.. thd-f:
City. The present indictments regrettable was 123.08 reached duringthe geologists as the most stablein smokers of Starke had better
permitting them to exist is partially to as they are may go far in busses will be placed in ser- drought period in the1950's. this section of Florida, is reflecting in compensation a 6.6 percent Increase fully extinguish their, cigar*,
vice between Jacksonville and payments
blame for the ominous cloud that "us low as I've ever seen it in
getting Lake City back on track, as wellas Gainesville making two The increase results ettes before retiring each 2
hovered over Lake City for years and serving to alert other communities to round trips daily." Lake Geneva was half my 20 WW.years at Hood islanding, from Congressional action evening. It could be their last 3
it adverse national only says camp signed into law President one! JttjBobMilner.Jr.SjJ
finally brought by
the fact that "it can happen an inch above its historic low, forester.
But perhaps the most Carter October 3.
will take decades live "
publicity that to
anywhere grandiose plans of all were with a reading of !JU85. Its 1003 E. Call St.i y
down. announced for the Hamptonarea historic low is !99.79.FORESTRY. !No' rain was measured: by In addition to 2,251,714 disabled a"StarkeFloridavJ :
where a $50,000 hotel veterans increased pay'*'
was planned for Hampton merits also will go to 24i,800( EmergencyFeed g ; )|

Ash 's Address Beach to become a year- widows und children of ser: ':::1
I eiv around resort, and the vice personnel who died on Program Itjj;:!

Georgia-Florida Real Estate by I lank CM lira n active duty or veterans whose r=

Co., of Macon Ga., announced IN BRADFORD COUNTY t''ountv"'orehtn death were serviceconnected.The For Farmers ||
rates mean veterans
for 16 in new
plans turning acres
Governor Askew addressed the State
He also warned
against moves to checks
receive monthly
the heart of Hampton into lots
Democratic Convention in Orlando last legalize casino gambling in Florida, and a building program of ranging from $41 for those Bradford Livestock producers l in 2
who have
weekend in a hard.hitting speech that saying that a state that seeks to shoreup residences and business with u 10 percent disability to suffered a County substantial loss in

brought mostly resounding applause its economic strength by exploitingthe houses "to start immediately .. KIRESAFKTYIS ; lighting. He-cap and store ina $754 for those lOCI( percent feed production because of a
flammable container Additional
FOR monthly
EVEItUNE; : liquid disabled
mixed with a few scattered boos from weakness of its people would safe place. Never light payments are made depending ': natural disaster may be

the always present dissidents. ultimately bring on disaster, rather thana The Telegraph reported: With the coming of fall, lanterns and stoves inside a on the size of the eligible to participate in the

financial bonanza "Mr. C.W. Barber, repre- Florida's forests are a han tent, trailer or camper.If veteran's family. emergency feed program,
Although the Governor's address senting the company, was in for thousands of hunters, said Warren Carver County
Starke Tuesday to let the con- hikers and campers enjoying you must use the lanternor The basic rate of VA Executive: Director of the
dealt mainly with issues on which he has lie also reaffirmed his support for an tract fora concrete filling station the brisk outdoors. stove Inside a tent or Dependency and Indemnity' Agricultural Stabilization and

already taken a stand there were some appointive Cabinet, rather than an on the property and stated But the fall also trailer, be sure you have Compensation for widows and Conservation Service.

fresh recommendations. elective one and advocated an appointive that in addition, three increased fire danger means in the adequate ventilation.For widowers of veterans under Farmers showing a loss of
dwellings, a tea drug smokers safe fire the new law will range from
Public Service Commission, room woods as forestlands become 40 percent or more during 1977
He called for stronger laws to regulate with five members rather than the store, and a modern garage dry and brittle. Experience practices require at least a $277 to$708 monthly based on are eligible to be considered
building were on the programfor shows wildfires three foot clearing around the serviceman's or veteran's for the Feed J
lobbying activities in Tallahassee and three-member elective begin Increasing program. pur.
present body. with ,
rank. As
immediate compensation
construction. where
each November and you are sitting. chases made during this
endorsed reform of House and Senate
additional DIC
Ttuw makes
will be located on the peak in the winter VA be for
rules to weaken the power of the Senate Although some of the Governor's highway which cuts throughthe Be sure your match is out payments according to the cost-share may assistance even
President and [House Speaker. center of Hampton. Last November the Florida Hold it until charred portion Is number of dependents.The .
proposals are controversial, we feel that Division of Forestry fought cold Break it before though the farmer may not
his stand against casino gambling meets Unfortunately the Florida 448 wildfires which burned discarding/ legislation also eases have filed an application
lIe reaffirmed his strong support of with the favor of most Floridians who land boom was to burst a short 3. ,89 acres across the state. qualifications for VA's so- Farmer eligibility will be
single-member legislative districts and do not want their state turned into time later. Starke never got Remember to grind out your called "wheel-chair home" determined by the county ASC
its hotel and The Florida Division of cigarette, cigar, or is a .committee,_said Carver.
warned against a that would $100,000 neither pipe grants.This onetimepay-
party plank another Las for the sake of the
Vegas did Hampton Beach. The Forestry Department of tobacco in the dirt where you ment of up to $23.000 to help Operating on'an individual
place strong reliance on recall electionsto dollars that would be left after the major highway which then cut Agriculture and Consumer are sitting. Never snuff it out certain disabled veterans farm basis, the new livestock;;

remove public officials for unpopular portion had been skimmed off by professional through the center of Hampton Services reminds outdoor on a stump or log.It confined to wheelchairs to feed program can !

decisions. crime organizations. was re-routed a mile or so enthusiasts that fire safety Is"eryane's is an unsafe practice to buy, build or alter homes. It is assistance when only a fewi!
to the west, by-passing the smoke while walking estimated some 690 veterans farms in the the county havt,
or ridinga
town and in later years Overnight campers should horse or a trailbike. While in will be affected by the new been affected by a natural:
became known as US. 301. make sure their fires are out. you!' car always use your ashtray provisions and that grants disaster. Prior emergency;:
% .CRIDdq c0 Drown them with water, make may total $17 million. designation of the county from!
0 A lot of dreams went down sure all embers coals, and Washington is no longer!?.
; F the drain with the Florida sticks are wet and move the Late: model cars equippedwith necessary. This should result;
Mkt mi p4 boom but while it lasted it rocks) in case burning coals catalytic converters in better service to farmer
--o was a giddy, gaudy free-for- are underneath. shouldn't be parked in high, since decisions will be made
O all In which more money was dry grass because of heat at the county level,.
/ Carver
) probably lost than ever was Gasoline lanterns, stoves, generated by the converts can r' 4 ZEF said.
grlON; :' BOB G. FERGUSON-JOHN M., MILLER made. and heaters should be allowed Ignite in flashy fuels.
Publishers to cool off prior to refilling. Requests for livestock feed'

Published each Thursday and entered as second tlaaa Matter at the Poet Office at Starki. rte. under Then place them on the Always check fire con The tint American husband assistance should be made at
Actof March 3, 1879. r rfJYJ ground in a cleared area and ditions with your nearest! and wife team to win the the Bradford County ASCS

Subscription rate in trade area: $7 per year: M six month fill. Division of Forestry office Nobel Prize was Dr. Carl Office.All applicants will be 1
Outside trade area: $8 per year: M.SO vx month before setting out on an out. Ferdinand Carl and hit given .
Phone 964 6305 Starke, Fla.J. The FBI hit 169 million If you have spilled any doors adventure. Have a safe wife Dr Gerty Thereii without regard/ to race, color,
fingerprint on file-no two liquid. move stove or lanternto and enjoyable visit in Cori-In 1947 for work In1 1 I'I sex, or national origin. Carver
of which are txactly: alike a new clearing before Florida's forests. the field of medicine.I a -

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Nov 24. 1977 TELEGRAPH Page 11

.- Passing Game Clicks As Tornadoes Stop Live OakSalvaging

record, Tornado a winning gridders(M team' to represent the district third period. Live Oak made It rush, as other teams had doneto penalty pushing BIIS back to from 4'/4' yards out Tyson kept which he got off under a hard
rolled 20-6 by Suwannee Highof in the state post-season 20-6 in the fourth period when stop the Tornado veer. its own 43 yard line. over left tackle and drove BUS rush and which Live Oak
Live Oak in the final playoffs in a vote of the quarterback Tim Roberts But QB Norman's pin-point QB :Norman came with his hard through two tackles for 71nk downed on the Bradford one-
regular season game of 1977 principals related Saturday (See made two determined runs to passing to 6-5 tight and David first pass then, a perfectly his second touchdown of the H foot line.
played Friday night story) get the Tornado endzone. Walker kept the Bulldogs off thrown on the line pass to big night. Cruce missed this PAT BUS worked the pigskin out
Bradford Field.It Driving 68 and 83 yards; the balance. QB Norman ran the David Walker in the right flat try, but BHS led 13-0 with to the 9 yard line in three
turns out it was the final first two times they had the The two early BUS drives ball 14 times for 62 yards to for a 12 yard gain. On third 11:20: remaining in the second plays, but Carter's punt was
action the 1977 Bradford football, the Tornadoes rolledup featured the running and lead Tornado runners and six down QB Norman faked to period. high and short, Live Oak
will see since a 13-0 advantage and made passing of Bradford quarterback of 11 passes for the 116 yards. right tackleand kept for seven making a fair catch at the
grtdders Augustine High was voted St it 20-0 when Live Oak fumbled Jeffery Norman. Live The BHS passing attack had yard and a first down at the Fumbles Traded BUS 20. BUS was called from
the inside its five yard line in the Oak came at BHS with a hard been almost non-existant until Live Oak 37. .- The two teams traded personal foul on the play but

Friday night., A repeat on the off tackle fumbles the remainder of the LO refused, taking the down
fake and the QB keeping got) first half. BHS moved 34 yardsto and the football at the 20 yard
I BIIS held onto the footballthe three yards to the 34, but the the LO 30. But on a third and line.The
first two drives that went Bulldog defenders were seven situation QB Normanwas Bulldogs were
for touchdowns, moving the beginning to catch on to the chased deep as he fadedto penalized back to the BUS 35
football on a well mixed fake. Esau Bright drove hard pass. Retreating, Normanfell Ii for holding, but ended up four
running and passing attack. over left tackle, behind guard and the ball flew loose, plays later at the BHS one
'. -" But handoffs in the Tornado Isaac Cummings and tackle LO recovering. Bulldog Billy rr yard line. QB Roberts ran five
\ backfield deteriorated after Bobby Smith, for six yards to Maxwell, a defensive t yards over the left side before
;j good start until Coach David the 28, and Tyson did the same lineman, picked up the loose tnree lornaaoes lea oy
-.,I.: I Hurse tried running back thing on third down for two football and took off but center defensive and Roland Cum-
I ,. ". Doug Reddish at quarterbackfor yards and a BHS first down at Marcus Cruce alertly tackled mings, could drag him down.
,\ one .series in the second the Live Oak 26. him at the BHS 46. On second down, from inside
.041; half. A first down pass, to big Neither team could get a the BHS 20, Roberts passed to
; I BHS lost the football via Walker in the right flat again drive going in the third period. Larry Scott who caught the
fumble twice in the first half netted 20 yards to LO six yardline Defensive tackle Fred Wood rl.+ yr t/ I
and twice in the second half, and another BHS first' blocked a Live Oak punt and :, STATISTIC
and dropped the football twice linebacker Dale Bus LO
iown.: Walker caught the Rogers
First Do"no'
.', ::J.\. more but retained possession. second perfectly thrown pass recovered at the Live Oak 20 V....Ruthlnt ul lit s
<" Live Oak also fumbled six at the 20 and ran to the six. yard line. BHS failed to d' Verdi PMllfif 11* 24
-.":.....'....._. .. times and turned over the Using the fake off tackle, capitalize on the break, P' hl ryr. :rW. PA-Pc-PI l..... rile
'.'' '...:' '.';:.:,"'., football four times. QB Norman kept to the right however. A five yard game Pumt>l lo.Lo.t. 4-4 J41IS 44PtniltlitYiX.
"iI..,, : Running back Marvin Tyson for three yards then to the left delay penalty and three In-
carried the ball 13 times, one for three more yards and the complete passes later BUS Punli-Avg. 1-ll.S 4-ir
Wldeoot Allen Norman waits ;.;this Jeffery Norman pass. The play< covered 30 yards to the time less than QB Norman, first touchdowns. Marcus turned the ball over on downs. I
Live Oak four yard line and Marvin Tyson scored two plays later The BIIS wide receiver also Cruce kicked the extra point Lave oak, starting at its 21, Score by Quarters:
taught a 10 yard touchdown pass. back its BHS-7 7 6 0-20
and Bradford High led 7-0 with got pushed to own
LO- 0 0 0 6-6
7:33: remaining in the first four yard line on a series of
period. The drive covered 68 penalties. Robinson punted 22 Tight end David Walker. 6-5.
yards and took 11 plays. yards, a high, short kick reaches high to take this 12 Scoring Summary:
,St. Cruce kicked off to the Live which Avery Shell fielded on a yard pass from QB Jeffery 1)) BHS-Jeffery Norman, 3
Augustine Wins District Oak 10 yard line, Ken Owens fair catch with Bulldogs all Norman. The BIIS passing yard run. EP-Cruce, kick.
returning to his 25. Live Oak around him. BHS fumbled the game clicked 6for10.On 2)) BHS-Marvin Tyson, 4
irove out two first downs, ball away on first down, yard run. EP-klck failed.
3)) BUS-Allen Norman
noving 35 yards to the BUS 40 however. first down from .just ,
On The Luck Of The Draw efore stopped when Tornado Live Oak couldn't move, inside the LO 5 Doug Reddish yard pass EP-Cruce from kick.Jeffery
.ackle Fred Woods got into the and Robinson punted 30 yards. bulled his way to the three but LO-Roberts
4)) 10
yard run.
Bulldog backfield and tackled :Marvin Tyson received the BHS was penalized 15 yards failed.
running back Bebe Robinson 'ootball at the BHS 35 and back to the LO 20, for holding.It .
After a full season of play while Green Cove Springs On a second vote St. !for a four yard loss. Robinson 'eturned it 34 yards down the looked as if the Tornadoes football on the knees at the
and three district games the finished without a win. A voteof Augustine got the nod by the nad Just taken a quick pitch, -ight sideline. Tyson was might blow that break, but BHS, a 16 yard gain, and was
eventual winner of District 5- the principals Sunday was same 2-1-1 margin, still not amajorl which had been working rapped when he caught the from the 20, on the replay of smothered by BUS defensive
AAA football came by the luckof supposed to settle the winner.On At this point BHS against the BHS defense on a punt, but put moves on two first down, QB Norman ran 10 back Duane Cummings. On
the draw.St. was eliminated as a pos- third down and one yard to go Bulldogs and somehow got yards outside to the 10 yard third down Robinson
Augustine, with a 4-6 the first vote BHS appeared sibility because in case of a tie situation. Robinson punted 23 away from the trap and had an line. On second down QB burrowed three yards througha
record, will represent the district to be the winner with a the team that represented the yards and out of bounds to the open field in front. Norman rolled left and tosseda host of Tornado tacklers to
while for Bradford High vote 2-1-1 in its favor, but district most recently in the BUS 17M yard line, and the Doug Reddish, In at quar- scoring strike to wideout the 1. On fourth down
School and Palatka, who both Florida High School Activities state playoffs eliminated.The Tornadoes were on the march terback for the series kept Allen Norman just inside the Robinson took a quick pitch
finished with 6-4 records, the Association chairman Floyd choice between St. again three times, lost 4 yards, zone. Cruce added the PAT but was stopped six inches
season is over. Lay had informed the princi- Augustine and Palatka was gained 9, and lost 5 more to and BHS led 20-0 with 1:50: short of the goal by BHS
Palatka, St. Augustine and pals before the vote a done by drawing numbers, not BIIS Moves Again break even and David Carter remaining in the third period. linebacker Alton More who
BUS finished the season tied majority, not a plurality, was by vote and St. Augustine won Tyson was stopped by punted 24 yards to the Live turned him inside Into three
for first place In the district needed to win. by the luck of the draw .F linebacker Dwight Cook, aftera Oak 7 yard line. BUS Backed Up charging Tornado tacklers.
Ironically, St. Augustinewas 2 yard gain and QB Normanwas Live Oak worked out one
also a district championlast smothered almost beforehe LO Fumbles On 5 first down, driving 15 yards Roberts Mores Ball
year, but in District 4. got back to the line of On first down the football after returning the BHS Again, BHS worked the
BHS Girls Take 10th When the districts were realigned scrimmage on the second mishandled in the Bulldog kickoff to the LO 32. Then football out, fell short of a first
I BUS remained in down off tackle fake and backfield Tornado linebacker punter Bebe Robinson really down and Carter punted 33
District 5 while St. On third and 7 Issiah Jenkins recovering on foot into the football and
In State Cross CountryCindy moved into a new Augustine district _--.0 __"' ............,. _....... situation keeper try.QB Norman a threw the Live Oak 5 yard line. put got a a high, spiraling 47 yarder (See Page 12))

thus was not the last team in Debbie Kite In action Friday his third pass, a longer effortto
District 5 to go to the playoffs.In night against Live Oak. wideout Marty Chastain. .
Griffith took fifth in The state AAA champ was fact BHS is the only team in Chastain a 170 pound junior p--' --- -
the state to lead her BHS Tallahassee Leon with 60 the district that was in the who moved here from South
teammates to a 10th place points. P.K. Yonge of Gaines- same district last year. and gained 46 yards,a 3.5 yard Carolina this year, caught the
team finish in the girls AAA ville finished 7th with a 194. The loss not only stoppedany average. Doug Reddish ball on the run at the 40 and
state cross country meet last Shey, McNeal and chance for the Tornadoesto carried 11 times for 26 yards, ran down the right sideline to
Saturday in Deland.' Richardson are the only advance toward the state a 2.4 yard average. Esau the .Live Oak\48. The .play
Coach Melba Howard said runners' Howard 'will lose to title, but also cost BHS valu- Bright ran three'times for' 15 covered' yards. ..."
her{ runners weren't quite graduation so next year for able revenue. yards.On i On first down from the LO
mentally ready to run, but still BUS could be another fine Principal Charles Francis 46, QB Norman faked to right
ran well. Howard had set a year. estimated by losing the vote the two early touchdown tackle and kept for seven
goal to finish in the top 10 the Tornadoes lost approxi- drives QB Norman successfully yards, running hard and
before the meet. Howard said she expectedJV's mately $2,000. Head Coach used the fake to the putting his head down, driving
Griffith tied her best time of Valarie Chandler, Luana David Hurse was also not running back off tackle then througn the tackle. On second
11:36: in her fifth place finish. Mundorff, Melissa Winkler happy with the decision. kept the football and ran down Reddish got five yards
Laura Shey finished 13th witha Tamara Ethridge and Jane "Three times this year we around the fake for good behind Cummings and Smith
12:03: her best time Saucer all to help out next have risen to the occasion and yardage. for a first down at the LO 33. 4
Robin Schweda bettered herbest season. played real fine football, good Norman missed on a pass to 4--
time by 40 seconds to take Still with her number one enough to beat anybody we BUS Drives Walker in the right flat, but L r
57th with a time of 13:15.: runner and four of her top played. We would have played BHS won the toss, elected to second, a bomb up the middlefor 1 d '
Linda Richardson finished in seven returning the battle for well, I think; good enough to receive the Tyson returnedthe wideout Allen Norman r tt"r I}
64th with a 1322.: Virginia state rankings will be tough. win," Hurse said. opening kick off 25 yardsto went to the 4 yard line. The 1'y
Crawford finished 76th with a Leon finished first without one the BUS 32 yard line. Tyson 'irst down pass hit Walker 1 :
13:51: her best time, to round senior on the entire team. In St. Augustine meets Ocala got the call on the first play right in the hands as two LO +
out the top five. fact Howard said, a trend to Vanguard a team the Tor- and got two yards at the left defenders gave tight
Sixth and seventh runners the younger runners is de nadoes defeated earlier in side. On second down QB coverage, but Walker droppedthe
for BITS were Judy Hankersonin veloping.Of the 121 girls In the the season. Friday at St. Norman faked the dive at football on the way to the r
91st and Nancy McNeal in Deland meet, only 21 were Augustine in the first round of right tackle and kept aroundthe ground. Allen Norman had to ? a
94th. seniors. the playoffs. fake for 15 yards and a wait on his pass or he would a :
BUS first down at the 50 yard have scored but the com-
pletion covered 30 yards to the

LET THE HJiVWORK FOR YOU line.Tyson ran seven yards up LO four yard line.
On the first play of the
the Bulldog middle on first '___'0 __ __ _____ __ _
down but on second down second quarter Tyson was
I BIIS tackle Bobby Smith was net at the line on a try up the Kitchens Tile Mens nag Champs are: First row U-r) Tommy Reddish. Gene Melvin.
/ r called for holding, the 15yardRegistration LO middle. On second down Lynwood Kitchens Johnny Powell, Buddy Paterson. Second row Jimmy Prevail Emmett
Bright. Dwight Elder. Steve Thomas Jimmy Alvarez. Third row Dennis Crawford Bobby
Grayson, Dale Haas. Wayne Testone, Randall McGee and Billy Belote. Not pictured Is Charlie

Set For Rec BasketballThe

t Recreation Departmentis game will be played on Dec. 8. Green.Kitchens
Tile Wins
ii now registering boys and Modified baskets, 8 feet high, FlagKitchens
I i \ girls for basketball, says and jr. basketballs are used
[ ; Recreation Director Cheryl for 7.12 year olds. Tile forced Bad- Kitchens got its offense penetration. Badcock won the
SlAIiiitii&A Godwin.' For boys 13-13 years of age, cock into an overtime quarter rolling in the final minutes of toss and elected to receive.
II Registration will be open games will be played on and then pulled out a 19-18 win the first half. A Randall Badcock, behind the passingof
through December 6. The Mondays and Wednesdaysfrom to take the championship of McGee to Gene Melvin 46- Watson, moved far down
Recreation Department will approximately Men's Flag League Football yard pass capped a drive by the field but the Kitchens
I Porch or I Breezeway offer programs for 7-9 year old until 6:15: p.m. Miss Godwin sponsored by the Starke Kitchens to make the score 12- defense again rose to the
n boys and 7-10 year old girls on said if there is enough interest Recreation Department! 6 at halftime. occasion and took over deep in
'IT Mondays and Wednesdayswith games may be set up: their own territory.
the first game beginningat for Fridays also. Both teams ended the Badcock managed to hold Kitchens quarterback
HEN S Make Your Home 3:30: p.m. A second game Players will be charged regular season with 9-1 the ball the entire third Randall McGee worked on
$2.25 for shirts which will records. Badcock beat short up the middle to
will start at 4:15 p.m. Practice they Kitchens quarter and part of the fourth passes
HEAP ; sessions will begin November be able to keep when the in the season's opener before Kitchens could mustera Crawford and Bobby Graysonto
Winter-Tight Draft-Free\\ 30 in the Old Armory Gamesare season is over.This fee shouldbe 14-6 but Kitchens came backto drive. move Kitchens out of a hole
scheduled to begin paid upon registration.Participants stop Badcock 31-12 to set up Charlie Green hit Dennis into scoring range.
December 7. must wear the playoff game. Crawford with a crucial TD With 1:37: left in the over-
SAVE FUEL! The Recreation Departmentwill tennis shoes to the games and pass with 1:50: left on the clockto time McGee hit Johnny
also offer a program for practice in order to play. In- Badcock started with atana. notch the score at 1212. Powell in the right corner of
boys ages 1012. surance is required. Games John Watson hit Bill3atldf Badcock drove all the way to the endzone for a TD. Powell
-. SAVE MONEY! Games for the 10-12 age will not be scheduled duringthe with a 9 yard scoring the Kitchens 3 yard line before made a diving grab on the
I group will be played on holiday season (December ;pass in the first quarter and time expired in regulation catch Just managing to get the
Tuesdays and Thursdays at .13-30 and January 1-2). :early in the second quarter play. ball before it hit the groundand
h'' So Easy Anyone Can Do It! 3:30: p.m. and 4:15: p.m. Practice If you have any questions, Watson connected with keep a foot in bounds.
KEEPS sessions will begin Dec. 1 please contact the Recreation Wesley Sheffield on a 5 yard Both teams decided on a full McGee hit Grayson with the
OUT at the Old Armory. The first Department, phone 964-6792. TD pass to make the score 12- extra quarter overtime instead PAT pass to make the score
COLD'' 0. of sudden death or 1912.
CUT WITHSCISSORS In a desperation drive
i : i iOVER Watson used the sidelines and
Trail Rtttairant three timeouts to march
1 SCREENS Badcock into scoring position.
; 301 N. Lawtey Roberts Watson hit Ronnie Thomas at
Costs So Little Anyone the 5 yard line and Thomas
ODaq CCCCQ; CCtf L'ClDWiJ pat L Wt7? snaked his way over the goal

Can Afford .. Bait ft Tackle line for a score. Kitchens

__.I ,' It0NLY494 u wid.F.sr 1M.gMy. PhT91r11ry IaO... .hwe SpUli1M extra stopped point the and Badcock held on try to tor win a

AIM **1 4V Width* 1918. They to
now move on
THE 964-5143
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IS YOUR GUARANTEE Get Genuine Flex 0 I Glass At Your face the top teams fromGalDe8vlllei
FrUw. Hid. Macclenny and

Hardware.I Lumber or I BlrJg i Supply Store I ",._"._- fltft ,-.., JSNINERS state championship or. berth in tour-the

WORMS nament In Ft. Pierce.'
Last Kitchens finished '
ACME HARDWARE ,& BUILDERS SUPPLYStarke Trill Riffftiraal MAT RENTALS second year In the district to
Fire of Gainesville.
Hours '
7 A.M. 10 P.M. Dally Including'Sunday
E. Cd St 884-6163 The Gainesville team finished
Fla. 3O1 N. 782-3810 Uwtv RINKS SNACKS third In'' last year's. state
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1 Win Over Bulldogs Caps BHS Season I I'We ]

j played well enough( tow but played well enough to giveus quickest defensive- guards in defensive tackle Fred Woodsfor

I' in. says Ilo.ul (Coach David field position and played Billy Moore and Billy Maxwell the Live Oak game
llurse: nf t the :JOB! ) win over well enough to win," lluise that BHS has had to block all "He just did a helluva job"

Suuaniu'e High( which gives said, getting back to the Live season. Hancock said. That's Sexton says of the 175 pound
the Turiuidoos Inning 0-4 Oak contest what Live Oak does defensively junior.As .

season Defensive tackle Fred says ancock who just
? I "Wl'V"tpla.ved better \Yood a junior playing his last season coached at a defensive unit. Sexton

during the .ear." i hilt usually l first year of football was Suwannee High; they don't says. the goal line stand in the
>ou pl.i% about as well as your termed the outstanding use a lot of technique just second half was a big plus in
l'ompl'lition I ," h hi i'se added Tornado player by both Coach turn them loose and let them favor of the defense.

At I Iho beginning( of the Ilurse and defensive Coach go to the football.
season milord, High coaches !Mike Sexton. Woods caused "We didn't play that good a
?M thought I Ihov would doa good two fumbles recovered two Rodrigue did a real good job ball game but yet we didn't do
I job II the inexperienced l')77Hi '!) Iambics and blocked a punt. double team blocking on the that bad a job either" Coach

(l'idl'am\ had a Inning Defensive tackle !Marty outside veer, said Coach Sexton says. "We did what we
season" and with a little luck Hussellalso played his usual Hancock and for that reason had to do came up with the I
on their side could win steady game. Coach llurse was named offensive linemanof big third down plays to stop
.nut. her one said. the week.Hancock Live Oak." The Bulldogs
"I I do think people expected moved the ball on BHS pretty
.1. little too much of us." Coach Quarterback Jeffery said the rest of the well between the 20 yard Middle guard Kenneth 'ruger drags down Los hard driving
='S j JLa fMS ffirB&JH I horse says. but adds that is Norman ran well on occasion, offensive line turned in stripes. Sexton points out. Bebe Koblnson. Crugcr! was double teamed all night a sign of
understandable. after the I llurse said. 'l Ic wasn't t a ball credible performances. lie high respect by the Bulldogs ('oschlIke! Sexton had the light.

.. tecords and thiee straight of fire but he got the job spokes of Roland Cummings BuS ended the season ning quick middle guard stand up and back off the lines on !some
--" -- .11-""" ...,.... .....:-.4- play. olf bids of the past three don '." Norman read well on and Kenneth Cruger at strong giving up 0.} total points, or plays enabling.Cruger to avoid the double team and get to the

I < Jcffery Norman ran hard against I.Ur Oak It'aciinICI >eais the veer option ind. ran hard guard Kevin Nee! at string averaging 9,3 points per football.
Tornado rushers! \\Ith 62 )a rds in II allrmpts. scoring one Imuliduuu "\\ejust didnt have the In fact Noiman: led tills tackle Issac Cummings at game. "Not a bad over.alldefensively" Also shown in the photo aboe are (II-I'I> Donjhi Reddish, 20;
and passing, ( for Another \orman complete 6 of III passesfor experience we had last year." rushing with r>:Z! jards in 14 weak guard. Bobby Smith at says Sexton tackle Fred Woods 70, and tackleIal't! ). Hussell, 75.

lib \aids. The nil fled offense rushed for 162 \ards In. the veteran coach states. carries, weak tackle, Marcus Cruce at

hiding Jl diivrs. of bti and H.I )al'd. "The defense as usual. center. and Marty Chastain at monster man plays, Coach hurt a lot of people on the
pulled us thi'ough. The defense Kenny Rodngue.( played the tight end. Chastain was Reddish Best Hansen points out. quick pitch. but Rogers and
I didn't have too good a game best game of his career and switched from defensive end Donald REddish was named Top honors in the secondarywas Heddish contained it.

was named offensive linemanof to tight end and played some best defensive back of the a tough choice between Safety David Carter playedone

I \ Midgets 'Sting Middleburg; the week for his effoil offense in the St Augustine week by Coach Denny Han. Reddish and monster man of his usual real steady
\ The Bulldogs had an awfullot game: then came on to catch a sen. From his weak corner- Dale (Rogers, Coach hansen football games Hansen said.

'-" '-" '-' of i respect lot middle guard 34) yard pass against Live Oak back spot Reddish came up said. Rogers did a good job "Carter has done that for us
The Maike Hop Warner with four tal'klt's.1ithal'l: : : \a a rils |{..initietI'I.i | Kenneth Cruger because they real well on the run and still containing the quick pitch and time and time again this
Cowboys !Midget team took a DeSue Kmmett: Watkins and! n ned double teamed him :all night Hancock pointed to the two covered his position againstthe option to the slot side. LO had year."
19\ -\12 win over the Middleburg Barry King with three Ihe Staike Poparner long. Coach lIurse said. offensive drives of the Tornadoes passing of LO The weak

Stingers to end their !season on tackles: Trace :Miller I with '\Association ill hold its first 68 and HI yards for the side defensive corner is
a winning note one tackle Auaids Banquet to honor all O. I line !'"!'foi'ni<.tl first half touchdowns probably the most difficult in

Alter sulfcring the Coach (Konnie Tomlmson pl..\ ers and cheerleaders "I thought v\o did a good the secondary to cover ) : '
problems hrst year team said he enjoyed the season andis 1 December 10 job| ," says 'oach Bob Hancock Woods Praised because there is no support in o. *-*-l :. r / 7 d4e ;" ,) I
the Cowboys) offense and looking forwaid to winning Parents are asked to attend of his offensive i lire1 Coach Mike Sexton had front of the run as there is on The highest railway station in the world it

defense came to life to earn a all the games next car and bung a covered dish. Live Oak had two of the nothing but praise for his the strong side where the in Ticlio, Peru at 15,685 feet above tea level!
victory in the I linal season

game Tomlinson said every
Turnovers by the Stingers t'd1111 :
plaver pla\ : against
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second Cowboy TD on a :20- the: Cowboy Junior :Midget Monitor Linda 473-2210
end The final
yard sweep. and Midget cheerleaders still JR REAMES HEATER
wedding invltationiand csra,pickups and trucks. Jo.
score for Starke came on a -40- has one more game. CLEANING AND REPAIR:
Shaw, Pettlt 4962151or
yard pass from Ricky Sullivanto Both squads will combine to \\inter I. .omlllg. It. tune to Jewelers.engravingKeystone 11/3 tin 496-2829.Ray 8/4 ttn/cbg --I41t.UP- HELP WANTEDNEED FOR RENT

Calvin llamm cheer: for the Valley Forge. have furnaces your cleaned.heaters and and ... -- -- --- --... .
Cioodman; with seven N.Y. team played in the checked Call Jr. Reames ALUMINUM: SIDING : INSURANCE Rlherd HIGHEST PRICES PAID experienced live In NICELY FURNISHED
tackles and Thorton with five Orange Park Shrine Bowl I today 782-3326 or 964.8962. Awning gutter, windows, Insurance Agency Farmers for used staves and refriger companion to provide care, living room. bedroom,
I led the Cowboys defensive Saturday. !Nov: 26. 7tpd 11/24 ele. Joseph I). Gsrriaon and Deslera Bank Building, ators. OLIN'S MOBILE cooking and light housekeeping kitchen and bath apart
I charges Other tacklers The squad will also par. Phone 9615205.: SIll tl/chg phone'496 2101.Lake Butler. HOMES SALES, 964-5606. for elderly gentleman m..... Phone 964.8071. Itpd
weie: Ricky Sullivan Daryl l ticipate in the crowning of the XT ALCOHOLICS: A"MY- 10/11 tf/chg Off 7 i.tayp >...ok. If/.... In Lake Butler. Room 1111.,1KITCHE'

Thornton and !Melvin: Randall queen during halftime MOl: Phone 964-6894 or VAfUUM ClEANER liE. HOME REMODELING" "IfIt' WE BUY PECANS DAILYi board and weekly salary 'i'TES710R.part".Dh.
1647619. tfchgDESABLED PAIRS: All makes, all Call 496-2682 or 4963079.
In the home we do It! J.R. Wainwright Sons. .
models. Starke Sewing \I/23 ItpdWaltrlt'lsel utilities Included
V ETERAvffll: I Plumbing electrical Starke Farmer Market furnished.Meekly .
.t.r.215 rait: Call hlreeCphone totally
r clean out your forage if roofing, room additions, TF/Chg
Raiders Ice Youth TitleAfter 964-8312. 4tpd monlhly rates
aDowed to keep the uD..aDt..dJUDk. etc. Good work at a WANTED Used for Pizza Temple Motel, 880 N.
473.2406. ttn/chg SEWING'---MACHINES; : reasonable price; references. ., washers: stoves refrlg.rtors la- Hut in Starke. Apply in Temple Ave.. Starke Phone

nailing down the \\endell Shanks kept the CASH FOR GOLD- Sterling REPAIRED: .11 make Phone 11/24 964.8087. 11/3 4tehg food condition. Phone D.... person experience 964-7357. 11/3 4tpd 11/24

Youth Flag Football title Steelers close when he scoredon I jewelry diamond., coins, cleaned oiled and adjusted mer's Diseout. at 9647923. necessary Equal -
aweek Will vinit *7. Work James 3 BK MOBILE i HOME
denial gold. you guaranteed Kvery4.no Inaurablel tf/ehg Opportunity Employer.
the Raiders the a 30 yard run but Chandler
ago put anywhere. 475-1089. Mr Strickland.corner of Morgan "Immediate WITBUY Itchg II 24 Double wide, I 1/2 bath
icing on the cake by taking intercepted for a TD to put the Rittmsn. 11.3 4tthR 11-2" Road and Hwy 16. tf/chg phone" JOE coverage USHER by PECANS. Phone CH/A large fenced, )yard
wins in their last four gamesin game out of reach for the '" AGENCY 4962126 or 496- 964-5044. TFchgLOST covered patio, in Hampton.Phone .
play sponsored by the Steelers. M-AIS INSURANCE NFM: > tT RAMO'NEYFOR 2903 HOMES FOR SALEHOMEFORSLE2 1495.2623. 11/17 2tpdAPARTM

Starke Recreation Depart AQflNCY 160 South 1.skaAveaua. CHKISTMVS7 ,\\ r.BU : SALES AND SERVICE. & FOUNDTWO U;:;1.4 Ii it r.,. .. //1
ment Steelers 7.CO\\ boys (o ., Phone 49&O97S.I! > mobile home..a "les and CB Commercial, marine ': )' BR In fc NTfcjsa C.wpiate.
Haulers IJ-Dolphins 7 The Steelers need a last Phone for quote. on automobile tires Pick up ,or deliver\ aviation, FCC Licensed BIRD DOGS found. Keyateae Club Estatee. ly furnished 1'V. AC.
John David Francis broke minute TD to get past the home, bonds, and OLIVS:; MOBILE: HOMES, Radio Communications Hwy Identity and pay ad bill. Call Kitchen equipped. Partially Restaurant and lounge
commercial Insurance. 3/17 Hwy 100 West Open 7 day. David Bridgman 4963611. adjoining Underwood
4962254. 11/23 .
Cowboys 70. 100 West carpeted. Scr"Ded.ID'por.h.G.1f
two 30 yard runs for touch.
a week, phone 964-5606( 11123tpd Motel. U.S. 301 4 ml. North
downs and Brian Davis ran fora The Steelers TD came on a tf/chg__ _ ___ 3tpd 12.vSEPTIC Course area. Call W.
I/chg small ladies 8 .... ofSt.rke.il/172tcrir. 11/24
Wendell Shanks LOST On. Donahoo after p. weekdays
PAT to lead the Raidersover 5-yard run by --- ----
the Dolphins. Troy Portis ran for the PAT BILL'S sAwsi P7'c.m.; TANK & GREAStt watch at football game or anytime weekends. 2-URGE-ioOM
Thuri. night Nov. 17. In 473.3472 Ztpd 11171124 mobile home Grttfls
service TRAP cleanouts, new Unes, on Loop.
The the plete sharpening
Kay Allen scored the lone game was Cowboys BOOTSAT
Lake Butler. If found please ALSO for rent or ..Ie. trav..1traU.r.
circular hand, carbide ressonabls. Jo. Forsyth
TD for the Dolphins The score finest defensive effort this blade hollow 4311022. All business call Chris Marsh 496.2261 or NEW HOMES: Low maintenance clean. Phone 964-
was .set up by a Daren season. chain ground mower and balanced Leaveat 3/31 Un/chg appreciated 431-1522. Sentimental value. brick 3 BR,2 Bath 8816. ll1AVAILABLE_
Chandler to Shaun Jackson 40 11/23 Itpd fireplace. Keystone area
Micole Scott Raiders 11 -Dolphins 6 Carradine'sVKM.I Jackson Building Supply "" above Keystone 0..... No DEC. hi
yard pass. ran .
Starke AND
for the conversion to round out The Raiders needed two \ : ; I.H: tf/ehg CARPET CLEANING: HELP WANTED closing$35,000.costs.Adams Priced Builders.from APIS: I BR, modern fur

the Dolphins scoring. second half touchdowns to get IHM.OUMI: ; -- -- --- Good work at low prices. 473-2054 .r 473-4078. 8/18 nished1 AC carpet walk-in
The win by the first place past the Dolphins 14-6. Most front room, dining CLAY COUNTY 1M- tf/chg closet walled garden patio
Raiders gave them a season Daren Chandler gave the : : room and halls, 124,95. MEDIATE OPENINGi ---- oil-street parking. 315 W.
record of 1112hile the Dolphins a first half lead when .IISIINNo ; ; LIMERDCK Phone G'vllle 3789221. Road and Bridge Main- 3 BEDROOM FRAME Washington, phone 964-8601
Dolphins finished in second he ran 10 yards for a TD. 11/24 Stpd 12/23 tenant. Need 4 laborers. HOUSE. one acre ol land before 8 a m. T.'I.h.FORRE" .
John : iiu> tan t>iual| IIUI'IlI'lc'I. Clay County resident I. Ralford. Equity and 1' "
\\ith a 7.5-2 record David Francis scoredon FOR SRLEAll. for 15 weeks 2 BirCottage
unemployed or .
\sk aasume payments of $86 90.
| our
a 10-yard run for the MOTORCYCLESINDIAN more unemployed or 4851610. on Lake Geneva, completely
<'u<mers. Phone Brooker furnished
1"1t..It'n" Cuwbo\sO The Haiders first TD and Robert disadvantagedi apply la 11/24 3tchg 12/8 (250 month plus
third place Steelcrs handedthe Bosell ran for the PAT giving .. E. Trr ., person at the CETA office utilities Call Jacksonville
fourth place Cowboys their the Raiders a 7-6 lead 'h'ltill shies IS to 51,. .Ml 90: (250 Phone Old Courthouse. Walnut 724-3064. No collect eslls.2tchg .
12th straight defeat Monday III tin finest leathers.CARRADINES h"" Bert FU Tsbron, 9644497. St, Green Cove Spr..... PARKWOOD MOBILE 1117.24MOBILE
11/17 2tpd 11/24 HOME 65x12 with tilt-out
11/91 Sieke I2IR
by taking a 25.0 victory. Francis came back with a 12x16. HOME IB country,
The passing combination of 20-yard pass to Brian Davis LCATHFRSHOP 782-3172 CETA Bradford POLICEMAN County: Mustbe living carpeted room AC, double ovens Fully, furnished children welcome.Phone .

Trov Port to Wendell Shanks and a one-yard run to score La..tey.l1orlda SUZUKI: OF STARKE your resident unemployed 15 counter top range. See to 4/7 tf/chg 864-6114 or 473-4777.
clicked for two TD's of 29 and the second Raider TD. Davis 782-3400 Eves And Weekends authorised SuzukI dealer. weeks,high school graduate, appreciate. Phone 9647927.
:10) vards Ron Brown adddedan ran for the PAT to make the Phone 964-6020 1640 South never convicted of n felo.)'. Itpd 1124MOBILE FOR--RENT":-MOBILE
extra point to make the score 14-6 11 10 .iod 12. 1MOBILE Walnut ((301 South In Contact Fin. State Employment HOME PARK SPACES
score to 13-0, Starke.I tfchgMOBILE; Starlie, for corUfkatlen. HOME 12x63 AVAILABLE In Lake. Butler
Shanks scored his third TD 1>Dolphins! -Cow boy s 0) HOM* --------- Itchg- 11/24 Champion 12x13 room built on Hwy 121. We will move
oa plus n deck porch. All on
of the afternoon on a 15 year The Dolphins scored on both MATURE LADY for your block A anchor plus
return. Ron Brown SERVICE POLES HOME secretarial duties needs all one acre with sprinkler hook-up water and sewer for
punt offense and defense as they system, bar., garage, many
no coat at all Just 130
a mere
scored on as year run for the shut out the Cowboys 18-0 last round experience !la _r. extras, '18,500 owner lot
100 AMP rent, single wldes only.
Stetlers to make the final 25-0, Wednesday Nov. 9, PARKINSIDE tariel duties plus a werkiagknowledge financed. Phone 964-6643. OLiN'S MOBILE HOMES,
of ......U...
Daren Chandler got the only 120"20O CITY LIMITS Send to John Miller. U/chg Hwy 100 W., Starke 964
In I Last \\t'.k'scUon of the first half resume 5606. .
Dolphin score tf/chg
Walk to Bradford Square
Swan Lake home P.O. Drawer A, Stsrke.. TF DOUBLE WIDE TRAILER:
Raiders 26 .Cowboys! 6 with 4-yard AMP (Downtown..
a run. U3IHIO( ) 24x52* 3 BR. 2 bath, utility
John David Francis ran for With the Cowboys --- --- WANTED: Mature' room, CHI, extra Install 1I0USE8F ii'RENT,238R
- aotrWHKBAT
two TD's and intercepted a threatening In the second half "Smell house, access to $30 Per Month person to come into my gutters 8500. Phone 4963795afterS house, untarnished
pass and a pitchout for two Micole Scott intercepted a Crystal lake S14.500. 4VI I T W.I JMTbs AD City Conveniences home and keep 10- p.m.11/23 Itchg 125/nonth. Tiny furnished
TD's to lead the Raiders Fir.,Police Protection month old son. Light house 1165/month. Large
more pass at the 5.yard line and returned - uafuraished house, with
past the Cowboys 26-6. it all the way for a TD. Brick home, swimmingpool ) WeMe> Heal Mwrke* 'It.Gal.: W.ler.ad housekeeping 7.4. carpet and drapes,
The Cowboys only score Scott scored the final I DolphinTD 5H,800I \ Sewer Mon-Fri. 964-5119 after FOR RENT 1275/nseta. Phone 964-
came on a 48 yard pass from on a 35-yard run. - Jo-Lu Motel 5. Must have local 7521. 11/24 tf/chgt

Daren Chandler to Kyle home.I lake 104)Lilly).lout 2 waterfront bedroom Ftoriland Realty 964-8810 referrals. ItpdDpillint 3 BEDROOM Mobile Home' KINGSLEY: LAKE APT "2

I Harrison, Raiders$-Steelers 13 flti.SOO with central heat, onKlngsley BR, LR,dining, are, electric
The only other Raider score John David Francis scored - 393 N.TempleAv.. t ] Lake, Phone. 3332366 kltchea,plenty of closets and
came on a safety when Shawn four TD's Wednesday. !Nov: 9. T..o'alo.y attractive homeon Starke I la. KSN08DERKY- HOME 11/3 tf/chn- cupboard space,ell heat,""C.
Jackson stumbled in the as he led the Raiders to a 25-13 on. acre, Clay County Office: 964.7700 ......-.J 2" thru 6" FOR RENT Lakefreat lake aid dock privileges. No
Cowboy endzone win over the Steelers. S31,(000) - --- NEW hOMES We .have cottage .. c...".. ,Small pets. Yearly rental. Phone
Dolphins -SUelers 12 - and Fast BR, furnished. weaker, 5332952. 11/24 Ztpd 11/1
selling Rotary
them we are
Attractive with 225 feet OPE S.\T1 RIAYMORiI.GS ........ber. Lease
Daren Chandler scored two The Raiders put all their : them. Come In today and dryer 3 BEDROOM APT.
I TITs and threw for third to points on the board before the waterfront.Owner ..10..11 - choose. from our largeselection Drilling Equipment\ new thru May.27. 180. No downtswn Keystone. Ap
all including nest mobile 473-2717 ".in5 or 1-
lead second half Steelers found the end 2BK.2 trailer. of Klngsberry pete. pro*. 1.200 ft. living area.
a Dolphin ever home for SJO.(MMI or 100- bath 12.60 373.7501. M... thru Frl. 9
rally for a 25-12 win over the zone. Francis scored on runs feet with mobile home for In city with lIdS back Homes priced from 120,000 STATE LICENSED .... tffl 5 ,... Itpd. lit CH/A. furnished with aatenna -
Steelers. of 35, 9 and 20 yards and re $18,000. Terms available.Now porch. to 100000. ............. system.. Carpet
----- FOR RENT Twn small offices dryer. Available)
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The Steelers and the turned an interception 20 -- 10 .. LAKE GENEVA) Nut te downtown. Ksystene. Cornerof Jan. 78. Phone 473-2733 for
acres In I .. .
on .
Dolphins played dead even in yards for a score. Francis : .Is the time to buy grade, large pine> trees. Post Office 200 a 180 with Lawrence and F........ pot. to sea Lease ealr..
the first half Jason Huggins passed to Robert Boswell for your smsll .....g.. 5..... Terms 3 BR I bath home and New & Used Phone. 473-4907. tf/shg. tf/chg
intercepted a Wendell Shanks the only PAT for the Raiders. tract S7.900 8,900.. several other outbuildings

pass for the only Dolphin TD Wendell Shanks scored on a available.19,000) Most with terms 3. BR on 1 acre owner financing Sales-Parts-Service 't -7

while Stacy Paladino passed 40-yard) run to get the Steelerson - available.. $33,500.BUSINESS .
-- -- -
I to Shanks for the Steeler TD. the board. Micole Scott FOR RENT: Furnished 3 BR brick on lot 100x100 --- -OPPORTU.- E-Z TermseIse.Is.s..e..e All Work /

: Chandler scored on a 32 passed to Tommy Paladino new mobile home with - Guaranteed
3 BR NITIES: We .have two aa
and j wooden
yard run to open the second For the PAT. covered patio covered on ..... the Keystone area please Plumbing E.IJ
half. then threw to Kay Allen Troy Portis intercepted a carport l6S/month 6 mo. call for further Information. 1% .
for the PAT to make the and returned it 20 yards to year S180/month less ;
score pass than 6 months. 30 at... farm. land;;;' 5New
: 136 for the other Steeler score. - --- Installation
---- 80 ncrss going lam with GOLFERS 3 BR. t bath
Bolt Lake: .225' lr..tagfurnished ., practically new home osi corner lot. 1 block front Remodeling A .JaxiJermy

I :More Live Oak Game.-.._... beautilul MH sandy, tall bescn pines., Good terms Golf C.DU..j..t two y.areeld.
$32,000.HANDY '782-3547
t Hwy 100 close. to Good property' -,,;301. ---- RepairsDurranci
From Page II) Keystone. Total property MENi Weald yea '0 PublIC Invitee! To View Display 3 Mile North, Of Lawtey
yards out of the BUS endzone dragging him down. Roberts ca. be bought foe 130,000 Phone 96-1:7700 Hke to finish. the Inside el On U '
Ken Owens fielded the punt at then threw into the dirt. tryingfor or lor 100'118,000.pine ssebile Tersasavailable. home \ernie i P.Idurn) your new .home? Yonrleter ....................... Of Mount In Shop 301
the BHS 41) and returned it 10 Robinson in the left flat. R... Real E.llt. .ere, give m. a call we wll
yards to the 30 The determined Bulldog ,____ Broker talk tarke)'. PUMPS 8' SUPPLY
quarterback then took off Call .u today for waterfront Fvens. 9H4-S47V KEYSTONEHEIGHTS CONFEDERATE GUN SHOP

This time QB Roberts would around his left end. was cutoff .!al-r..property... and acresge.homes. Pearl- 4odrewe- COMPANY 416' E. Call St. Stark Fla.
not be denied as he turned In but slid outside and
simply Associate .
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two determined runs to went through BHS defendersInto LJt.EDWAROSinRealtor REALTY *:Qunsmithng! Shooter's Supply
paydirt. On first down Roberts the endzone. The TD Janet;; Starling MLS Stark .
kept off left tackle cut outsidefora2oyardruntotheflflS came with 3:28 remaining in 473-49O3 Associate 78*.3 M James E....... Realtor473tfU 964-7061 ALSO AGENT ]

10, the game and made the final -- HARDEE'S TAXIDERMY STUDIOw
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by Delores Meng CommunityNews
= Phone 468-191S tending the November 17 The Van Koolbergen's Melissa of St. Augustine. mathematical project. They
::; Hampton Chrlstaln Academy luncheon of the Jolly 60'. Club 'visited Mrs; Ethel Tidwell at Mrs. David Weldon Gray of then made applesauce and and (file 'the original with the

.J: The following students were held at the Friendship Bible the Community ConvalescentHome Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. enjoyed eating it. It certainly clerk of this court either before
= named on the Hampton Church in Keystone Heights in Gainesville Sunday. Eugene Meng. left a nice aroma! service on plaintiff's attorney or
:: Christain Academy Honor were: Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mrs. Catherine Thomas and Hampton LakeCongratulations When you go to McDonald'sin Immediately thereafter;
.S Roll for the first nine-week Oliver, Mrs.' Josephine daughters Judy and Katey Starke be sure to observethe otherwise a default will be

... grading( period: 1st grade: Fontaine Mrs. Evelyn returned home Friday after Mr. and Mrs. Henry art projects there. The big entered! against you for the relief
Matthew .Brown, Tern Vaughan Mrs. Mabel one week's visit with their Stefanelli celebrated their Thanksgiving mural was done demanded in the complaint or

: Kennan, Tony Luke Christ! Nessmith and Mrs. Gertrude grandmother, Mrs. Rose 48th Wedding Anniversary by Mrs. Carole Shield's bv : Elizabeth Walker Wednesday night. 6 p.m. petition.
:: Morgan. Amanda McNeely, Slade. The Thanksgiving Parsons. who is 90 years of November 21. They were seventh grade class. Mrs. Phone 964-0683 Sunday School 930.: WITNESS my hand and theseal
John Rahme and Scotty theme was carried out with age and lives in Cincinnati honored at the St. Edward's Jean Clark's first and second I of this court on Nov. 14th,

IT; Saunders. 2nd: Nancy Con. turkey nametags and a Ohio. They saw some snow Parish supper Sunday with graders made paper turkeys. C\RECENTER Greater Bethlehem 1977.
tots Kathy Copeland Stacy decorated cake In the shape ofa and encountered rather cool greetings from friends and a Other classes from the school The Day Care Center is in "'ree'wlll" Baptist Church:
Mosley, Andy Redding turkey. About 120 people weather but had a nice enjoyable lovely decorated cake made sent in their art projects for operation at R.J.E. School. Monday night Tiny Tot GILBERT S. BROWN, AS
Adrienne Shad and Tracy, enjoyed the delicious lun- trip. by Mrs. Paul Meng. We wish display also as a way of observing Thecooperation of the parentsis rehearsal Tuesday General CLERK OF THE COURTBy

I .' Youngblood. 3rd: David cheon. Happy Birthday them many more happy years Thanksgiving.Mrs. needed for the success of the Prayer Meeting Wednesday : Marion A/tcRae/\ Deputy
.11 Burns. Billy Harrell Lisa WelcomeThe Miss Zena Beth Young together! organization. night cleanup night. Thursday Clerk
: Jones Floyd McConaghy community welcomes turned 11 November 19 and Gerald Brown killed a five Shields' class was night the Little Church will 11/17 4tchg 12/8

: Missey Sullivan and Ruthie Mrs. Genevieve Rogers and celebrated with a trip to foot rattlesmake Tuesday given the assignment to writean CHURCH NEWS present a Thanksgiving

Underwood. 4th: Joey Contois son Alan Greg who recently Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. while squirrel hunting in the essay on the origin of Greater Allen Chapel program. Friday night Junior IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF

and Marty Davis. 5th: Vonda moved from New York to Edwin Vickery and son area. He brought it to Tommy Thanksgiving it's effect on A.M.E.: Church: Tuesday -t'hoir rehearsal. Friday night THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT .
Brown, Stephanie Redding Hampton to care for her ailing David. took her out to eat and Meng to be skinned and Americans in early history night Prayer Meeting. the Prayer Band ill meet at OF FLORIDA, IN AND
and Ricky Wilkins. 6th: mother. !Mrs. Everlena Fote. went on a shopping tour there. 'prepared for the freezer along and present day observance. Saturday dinners will be sold the home of Mr. Clarence FOR BRADFORD COUNTY.

,j). Michael Williamson 7th Alani\ a fifth grader at Happy Birthday to Cassie with a large quantity of Students will return to from the kitchen. Sunday Covington Saturday the Little

Bobby Contois 8th: Lisa: Hampton Elementary School. Riddick who turned Sweet squirrels they both managedto regular classes November 28. school 10 a.m. morning Church will rehearse 7 p.m. CIVIL, ACTION CASE NO. 77-
,I Carter, Karen Lamb Renee We hope they like living here! Sixteen on November 21! Her capture.School Menu Worship 11 a.m. Fellowship of Dinners will be sold; from the 463
.," Mott and John Winn. lath Mr. and Mrs. Walter mother surprised her with a News I 11-28-12-2 Churches 3pm.. Brother kitchen. Sunday School 9:30.:
,1 II Cherie Bryant and !Mike Meng: Khoden and Mrs. Lavon Hall party following Youth Choir On November 2 Mrs. Noelle MO DA y.Chili with beans. Horace Griffin will deliver the !Morning Worship 11. Dinners IN RE: The Marriage of
11th: Darlene Molt 12th attended the Conway Twitty practice at the First Baptist Silk's Kindergarten class greek salad crackers pear message.The public is Invitedto will be served 12 p.m. Evening ANNAH. MESSER. Petitioner
.r: Bryant Joe : and Loretta Lyn Concert at Church in Starke. visited the farm of Mr. and half cinnamon roll milk. attend. Worship 6pm.Ebriiezer -vs.
Sherry Meng the Jacksonville Coliseum Randall Glisson celebratedhis Mrs. Allan whose
Chanda Simmons and Archey TUESDHamburger' on EDWARD E. MESSER, SR.,
Williams. Joy Sunday. The highlight of the 9th birthday Nov. 17. daughter;! Allison is in the bun. lettuce tomato pickle Pleasant Grove United : Baptist Church: Respondent.
evening was receiving the Members of the Bradford class. The children enjoyed fruit cup. chocolate cake :Methodist ('hurchThe Adult Tuesday 7 p.m. Bible Class.
::1 J The Academy and 25 will have autograph of Conway Twitty High School Marching Band feeding the hogs and rabbits milk. Choir rehearsal every first Thursday night 7 p.m. Prayer NOTICE OF ACTIONTO
ii Nov. 23.24 Senior Citizens as holidays. during halftime by Peggy and who participated in the besides riding a pony and WEDNESDAYTurkey & and second !Monday in each !Meeting. Sunday School 930.:

Lavon! Gainesville Homecoming seeing other farm animals. Rice green beans fruit jello month. Tuesday 7:30.: Young Everyone is invited to attend : EDWARD E. MESSER,
'I The Club Hampton Senior Mr. and Mrs. John Van Parade Thursday, from this Before returning to school with topping cookie milk. Junior Choir rehearsal 7 p.m. the Fellowship of Churches. SR., whose residence is
UI Citizens report a veryi Koolbergen from Winter area were Cassie Riddick they visited the farm of Mrs. TIIUKSDAY- Pizza tossed Wednesday Prayer Meeting 7 unknown:
;:1 i i good meeting on Nov. 18 with Haven visited Mr. and Mrs. majorette. Gene Joyner and Hazel Thomas where they saw salad buttered corn banana p.m. Thursday night 7 p.m. New Rt'tht'18aptlst Church: i

i 20 members attending. Mrs Edward Saxon and family on Jerry Wadsworth. Jr. chickens ducks quail and pudding, milk. Bible Study. Sunday School 10 Wednesday 7:30: Prayer YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat
-I t: Viola was the lucky Saturday. They are former Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Brown other poultry.. KltlDAYFishwich a.m. Meeting and Bible Class. an action for dissolution of
of the door
winner prize. residents of Hampton and Sr. and family had as Sunday Last Thursday this class cut mustard greens buttered 11t.Iorlah! United Thursday 7:30: Thanksgiving marriage has been filed against

Jolly 60's Club enjoy a long lasting friend dinner guests: Mr. and Mrs. up apples in halves and grits. tomato wedge applesauce Methodist Church: Prayer Service. The Pastor an you in the Circuit Court of the
r. Among local people at. ship. Lloyd Arledge and daughter. quarters as part of their cake milk. Meeting and Bible Class niveroary begins Friday Eighth Judicial Circuit of the

I -- through Sunday. Sunday State of Florida, in and for Brad-
,[! As an aid to our readers, Since we are combining all Into one classified page, we 431 Raiford 485 Brook.r 533 Kingsley Lake School 9:30.: II a.m. Morning ford County, and you are requested -
below Is a partial list 01 classified ads from the the .. 6
exchanges thought many exchanges 473 1 Keystone Hts. 7S2 Lawtey Worship. Evening Worship to serve a copy of your
telephone in
area. and UNION COUNTY, MONITOR TIMES may prove to be confusing. 475 Melrose 496 -. Lake Butler 964 Stark. p.m. written defenses. if any to it; on
the Petitioner whose name and
-. Antioch Missionary Baptist address are: ANNA H.

FOR TkT" WE GIVE YOU 3OOOO READERS Church: Prayer Meeting MESSER. 1122 South 15 St.,
Thursday night 7:30.: Sunday Palatka, Fl. 32077
School 10 a.m. Morning

Worship 11 a.m and file the original with the
IN THE: i TRI-COUNTY' AREA: .. Clerk of the above-styled Courton
I or before 1128 1977. Other-
The First Born Church of wise a judgment may be entered

:, The Living God: Tuesday against you for the relief

CLASSIFIEDAD FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR SALE night 7:45: Prayer Service. demanded in the complaint or
Friday 7:45: Tarrying Service.
1 petition.
Deadline for insertion
OAK FIREWOOD: (20 per UTILITY TRAILERi 46 I PORTABLE. DISH. Sunday: School 10:30: Morning WITNESS my hand and theseal
Tuesday noon preceding
pickup track. Phone 782- holda 1/2 to. Made from WASHER. 30., 2 motorcycle Worship 11:30. Y.P.C.W. 6 I of said Court on October 26,
Thursday before publi 3134..tf/chg' pickup truck box. 1125. helmeta.. 35., I skateboard ''REALTY p.m. Evening Worship 7:45.: 1977.
cation. Phone 4752709. Itchf 11/24 CIS. CaU: 4311875. GILBERT S. BROWNAs
Minimum charge $2.00 FOR 2 and 5 acre 11/23 Itchg" 5
SALE: 1. ( Clerk of the Court
(Covers IS Words) cAMPER----TiMw, ,
tracts, aomo reatrlcted tohom. CUSTOM MADE ML Zion A.M.E. Church:
Each word over is .., other permit mobile. Clean, .hi good condition.Retrig. DRAPERIES -* Wo are NEW LOCATION! ., Sunday School 10 a.m.' Mor Marian McRaeAs
is 10 cents homea. Term from (200 .. gee range, A/C. now stocking. lot. of fabrlci. 'L 205 N. TEMPLE ning Worship 11 a.m. Evening By:
(40 menthly byowner. Sleepa iU. Phone 473-2000. c Deputy Clerk
down. Fro. estimate. LomeStephen STARKE. FLORIDAA 4 .
Not responsible for errors .. phone 473-4375. 4tpd lit he; 11/24 phone 498-2219. p.m.Masodonia
ti l ." /..*_ 6/24 tl/chg. beautiful builders home 3 BR, 2Vi Baths, LR, 11/3 4tpd 1124IN
when given over the
BUY"NOW. b..ilelln Spring. BUNK BEDS with mat- DR office, family room, double garage pool
phone or when copy Is Enjoy th. lake next ...m...... tr....., 1100. AI... 12x14green Now Gob... Grapefruit Diet CH&A outside city Ideal country home 45000. Freewill Baptist
not typed and brought to Only three lot left, Lake .h.. me 20. Phone Pflll. Eat satisfying moali Why not have more of the good life? Church: Prayer Meeting THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
the office. Hampton 0..... Building lots 4751310. Itpd 1124MAGIC and lose weight. 11/17 3tpd Thursday 7:30 p.m. Sunday FLORIDA. EIGHTH JUDICIAL
from (2,950 up. Good tarma. 12/1_ School 10 a.m. Morning CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
Located on Mimosa Drive In a lovely neighborhoodis
LJt. Edwarda, III A. A.... CHEF 30" electric LIKE NEW 3 yr. old loveaeat Worship a.m. Choir Union 3p.m. BRADFORD COUNTY CIVIL
feet of
attractive brick residence with 2130 sq.
white, 6 month. old. an
Inc.,Realtor,4734903. 2tchg range and sofa, olive and ACTION
Too Late To ClassifyFOR 112724WATSON'S 1150. Carpet remnants, all white with aver ....If... back tranquil living pace-a perfect blend of nature and .

...... Phone 473-4868. Itpd cuahlona, (700 new, beet Florida comfort. 3 BR, 2 Baths, CH&A and all the ROOSEVELT DELL, SR.,
RENTi 2 BR home, I I/24 offer over (390. Phone 475. goodies on a large lot.
lake "' 2719. 11/24
lurnlihed. on VACUUMS m.., .brand of LAND FOR SALE 2 and Itpd LEGALS ABEL DELL, STEVE DeSUE.
home in town ideal rental
1150/month. :No/ pete, Phone 170 Iq. ft. frame -
now vncauma. Used 8/10 and one wareS 73 JULIUS DeSUE, LEO DeSUE.
173-1265. Itpd! 1124AUTOMOBILES acren FOR SALEi Acreage, 2 $7,000.
machmea available. Export .0..... Located at 812 S. acre on paved rd., off 238 property, only INVITATION TO BID IRENE GOODWINE. MAE RENA
repab-a,all makec. Parta nndaeaaao Cherry St..' Sta.... Thlapreporty Went of Lake. Butler. 7000. THE BOARD OF COUNTY HAMPTON JENNIE, SUE
...... Presenting two Important residences that are Incredibly
rie.l* ha boon approved
.91... ...,.... ..t'V. .I.Otla e"A.u. Ffcjruioj| *u-Coo>ervotlonDletrlcC 'lav.- 'Realtor"752- -' magnificent on Hampton Lake.' an.Iscompl.t.ly
--- .. ......... .. rli... I..' FHA or' VA 4883. 11/17 4tchg 12/8 furnished. All this In a tropical paradise
1968 CHE\ELLE. PS AT. 37C-7110. tl/chf financing. Phone J.... 1-786- caressed by the lake breeie. You can have It all. WILL RECEIVE SEALED BIDS ROCHELLE DELL, ERNEST
AC, 307 c... la.. Keyetoao 2709. H.B. Hamilton. Itpd Reduce sale and faet with UP UNTIL 10:00: AM. ON DELL DORIS DELL HAMP
Classic m.... AM/FM TILI1'Y BUILDINGS All 11/24 Gobeat" Tablote and E-Vap Petite two BR home In Impeccable order with income MONDAY. DECEMBER 1977, TON. LOUISE CUMMINGS.
.stereo 8 track. Phone 782- aluminum. prewired recop- "water pUle" 11/17 3tpdl2lMISCEUftNEOuT" apartment or guest .house St22,500. ON THE FOLLOWING DELIA COVINGTON. ROSA
3165. tlchgIMTFLYMOUTH table, light twitch*.light, BLACK VINYL SOFA 25. DESCRIBED ITEMS: TYSON LOIS HAGAN,
teagn and groove Doer.d.II".d Ph... 473-3570: or 473-1572. ELIZABETH TYSON
Handsome brick rancher near town on a large
FURY: 4 aid cot up. 11/24 Ztch" 12/1
door, rune good. P....... 782- Financing available,up t* 48 corner lot. Nearly new So well insulated the utility
3366. tl/chg month to pay) 60 .1.... H 0 TRAINS aTdmbceDaneooe fREE PUPPIES: Mh.d bill Is unbelievably tow I Woodburnlng fireplace :3 Plaintiffs,
Suzuki ol Sta.k.,964-6010 *r acceaaeriea. Doberman.. and]Boxer 8 wke, BR 2 Baths LR. DR, Florida room CHAA enclosed EIGHTY INCH MOWER. BIDS -vs-
77 MALIBU CLASSIC. 9644021. 5/12 tl/chg Track tome new. Need old. Wormed. Phone 964- double garage. Available immediately.Prime REQUESTED ON DELIVERY OF ROSETTA M. DELL. JOHNNY
8534. II /17 2tchg 11/24 ONE, MOWER TWO MOWERS JESSE and
Silver and bled.. 13.000 more room. 150. Phone TYSON, TYSON
..D...n... conditio.,contact BAHIA HAY Argentina, Frank Duguld. 473-4881 or GOOD PRICES PAID for commercial property Tuck's Drive In on AND THREE MOWERS the unknown spouses, heirs
Clark lledlc)'. 415 SE 6th highly lertUlied, phoa. 944- 475-1035. Itpd 11/24 need mobile home. If 301 South. Also. CB 7000 sq ft. building at 4U E.Brown. devisees grantee assignees or
11/23 6071. 7/21 tl/chg mortgage I. 3/4 paid ormore. THREE TRACTORS
Street lake Butler : creditors of CHARLES DELL
SALE 9 OLIN'S MOBILE ... A lot of Sflllc.lor a little mon.y.F4ur .
Zlpd 12/1 PATIO Saturday and his wife, ANNIE DELL both
GUNS FOR SALEi 22a, ajn .to 4 p.m. 1015 South- HOME SALES. 964-5606. ROTO-TILLER '
OLDS DELTA 88: All 25'., and 38'.. mId at DAh- gate Drive, off Colby Rd. Open 7 dare weekly tf/chg acres with 3 BR frame home. 2 wells mobile ONE deceased, and any party
72 control CB mer' Diacoant. TF/chg Itpd! 1124PERFECT home site outbuildings $2'.SOO. claiming by. through, under or
electric crulio WATERS SPECIFICATIONS ON THE against such unknowns; and

l.dud.d.IOOd condition 9646643. one- FOR SALE Diamond XMAS GIFTS: 3 BR 2 Bath, 150 Sq. Ft.frame home with CH&A onVI ABOVE ITEMS MAY BE TRUBY AND DAVIS, if alive,
owner (1,500. Phone needle. lor any ot...., ever Male white poodle. AKC. lULL 10ZlIl. acre on U.S. 301 South of Stark. $21,500 Must PICKED UP IN THE CLERK OF and if dead the unknown
tl/chg 247 different ones, we .have ISO. Gentle pony and colt see to appreciate.The THE CIRCUIT COURTS OFFICEIN spouses heirs, devisees
1969 CAMARO,ET-magi; them all. DAbmer'i both 50. Phone 9645037. *Bulldozer Work THE BRADFORD COUNTY grantees, assignees or creditorsof

good condition '"00. Phone Dlccaunt. tllc.. Itpd 1124PAOLO Large or Small creak of a barn doori hub' acres with. 2 trailer COURTHOUSE. TRUBY AND DAVIS and any

864-7613. Itchg 11/24 W. aloe have n.w freoaora, SOPRANI PIANO hook-ups plus 21x70 CB barn with bathroom I GILBERT S. BROWN. CLERK party claiming by, through,

'"" electric eUve,and .......... ACCOROIANi 250. Pb... Land Fill S75.000. _ TO THE BOARD under or against such
1969 LEMAi'-oi"ii; Phone DAHMERS DISCOUNT. 964-8191. Itpd 11/24 Two story gracious older home on Madison In good unknowns.
964-3S07. tr/ch. Phone 9647923. U/c.g *PondsWILBUR repair with hug rooms and a beautiful, large lot llIll2tchg 1124IN Defendants.

wIth YARD SALEi Friday Nov. with a secluded back yard. Only $26,700.
I972COIJRhER trade PATIO COVERS 10x20 for 25. 10 am. to 5 p.m. 1301 CASE NO.77-451
for topper. I12OO Phone or 964-6885. .. and mobile ........ Staring Street Starke. "4."<1 Bachelor Special New 1 BR, CB horn on 1 acre In THE CIRCUIT COURT, NOTICE OF ACTIONTO
ear (199 metalled.. (1S9 ....- Itchg 11/24 EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
completely furnished also, sleeping
11/24 Ztehg 12/1 GATOR 680 w. Madison St. Stark country
tailed ALUMINUM. Pb... 37297(7. 'CHEST FREEZERi Good 0.. 1U-lStt quarters in frame bldg. only $22,500. AND FOR BRADFORD : The unknown spouses

foiWLTD7 1969) Stationwagon. 4620 N.W. 13th St., ,''condition. 150. Phone. 964- COUNTY. FLORIDA. heirs. devisees, grantees,
AT. AC. 500. Ale GalneavlUe. 8/11 tl/c.. 6643. TF/chg Ready to move In. condition In every way Only a CASE NO. 77-486 assignees or creditors of
1967 pop-up tent camper. special situation makes this unique property available DIVISION CHARLES DELL and his wife,
1450. Phone 96.- Z53. Itchg [0 RALPH at $44,500. Handsome 341 s<|. ft. family room ANNIE DELL both deceased,
1124GEORGE with fireplace, customized kitchen, combining fine FEDERAL NATIONAL MORTGAGE and any party claiming by

r'tALIQI BRYAN architectural treatment with new carpets and ASSOCIATION, acorprabon. through, under or against such
FAULKNERE drapes Plaintiff unknowns; and TRUBY AND
Lillian C. Pearson Real Estate -VB- DAVIS. if alive, and if dead, the

[B A Real Estate Peace and quiet In Earlton.4 BR,2 Bath, CH.A, fire. IRENE W. HARRINGTON unknown spouses heirs
2117 N. Temple place, 3000. Owner will consider financing. a/k/a devisees grantees assignees or
(....,.,. Flora IRENE W. FERGERSON. et .", creditors of TRUBY AND
(RtALIOII L r '.310' 964-8788 Cecelia/, T Jerwillegar Defendants, DAVIS and any party 'clalming

ROBERTS JR. 1118.W.tar St.< I rp OFFICE OPENALLDAY m. NEW LOCATION by, through under or against
Starko florid. 205 N. TEMPLE NOTICE OF ACTIONTO such unknowns; and al parties
R.,:Real EoUte Brok.r 964-5063 3 Ba.. S Bath CB Homo SATURDAY IRENE W.
K yDouble : having or claiming to have
Ph... "4.7826'M CHAA.cteeed ale. STARKE. FLORIDA any
N......T.m,1I A.'. Ua lot. ...... S carafe 1/4 percent SUM BY APPTMENT REALTOR PHONE 964-7774 HARRINGTON, a/k/a Irene W. right title or interest In the
*:.,LO.IPAfl21L Wide M-H 35000.' Fergerson; th. unknown following described land, to-wit:
............ on I acre nicely mtf. 20 acre and I BR frame ,oI-e. hem and devisees of
.. Ia.... and 3 BR double
landacaped. ( .000. 3 BR frame .....CH A A, wide. Pocaa aad oak treo BRASINGTON Irene W. Harringtonka Irene The Southwest Quarter of the
V, acre with. I SR' MH -IS X fenced corner lot. 115,000. fenced and croan-foncod. REGISTER W. Fergenton; RICHARD Southeast Quarter of Section

4BR. Ir... ho*'e, 21 garage, II X 24 patio. Close. In North of Starke.' Cadfflmt OldsmobOe ALLEN O'NEAL: the unknown 13,Township 6 South. Range 21
Large room on tel 3 BR ..ral.... mobile Wll aoll all*r from S acr.. Sales A.Service LPGAS spouM. heirs and devisee of East Bradford County Florida.
LR..lomily, just Cit SR '1. Nice S BRTTTbath block "_., with addItIon, ery .,. ThseSelectnOf Used Richard Allen O'Neal.
ere -- heueo oa 1 *cr*. ...t. 13400. CUT: TO THE BONCt 303 S. Thompson St. YOU AND EACH OF YOU
-- OJ.7bkenOnCadillac
301 N.rth.3! BR. LR. 1*ltath.CH"-A.greet 8.7 acreaT SR 100 S. Owner .ha. cat p...., W* YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an ARE NOTIFIED than an action to
Irani k........ tea eeree S BR. (35.000. geed 113,500. .have cut our ooeamlaema. Trades 964-5888 action to taredoee a mortgage quiet the title to the above
tractor and equipment. lecatlo far ...I.k ..1.. Weal 2001 N.W. 13 37 -5301 SPECIAL._".... on the following property in described lands has been filed

- term -' 10 A.... facmf SR S30 Madison, 3 BR. large DR. G VlI.I.F.LONGCHAMP they..... Bradford: County Florida: against you and you are requiredto

Several commercial. on 3 BR 1 hU ea appro*..'4on. A both eldea W.... Reed carpert, two ,..cla.*. 30.... serve a copy of your written
301. .. ...*...ta O. R*** 22000. frame with aabeetoa propane Commence at the Northeast defense if any, to it.on Philip A.
doable garage, paved drive. .1.1... Good] condition. c'U..I22..5CASH corner of the South 1/2 of theSouthwest ANDREWS Er
12 .c... Tad 3 BR CB exeeOeat neighborhood.. 36.35 A_. 1340'.. US corner hit; Include. eteve, Home and Building 1/4othe Northeast Delaney
home with family room 2 Term 156,500. refrigerator. dr...... W. MfttorULg A CARRY DOCK: DelANEY. Plaintiffs' Attorneys.
bathe. CH/A. West olLawtey. 3 BR.2 bath.brtck ea I.I/,wrefenced 301. Hated (26,900 NOW Hem. Delivery Of 1/4 of the Sourthweat 1/4 of whose address is 1133: N.W.
.hock yrd.beaatMaBy .. 21000. -WE BUILD- Cylmdor. A Balk CM Section: 22. Township 6 South 23rd Avenue, Gainesville,
........ .... 22 East and run Weat 547
----- LAWTEY AREA ----- Your Plant Or Ours Rang* Florida 32601 on or before the
3 BE,t hath block ken.*.la ----- Bed" f.r belIdlag. 0" Your Lot Or Our feet;; thence Nn. ScIutt1 144.8 23rd day of November, 1977
Saratoga Height _. NIc. S B.."'" bath./i acre t BR frame home, completely mebllo. .._. 0. acre let BeforeYou feet to a point of beginning: and file the original with the
------- alcely ........... yard wlta ..........,UcL now jolt elf SOl North. Woa, FREEESTDIARemacleUac } thence continue South 100 feet. dark of this Court either. before
Two 20oer tract very II X 30 .w......; pool, II waabor 4 dryer. (13.500 oeptl tank. anal MghtpeleEvoiug Rep n A thence run West 179.5 feet; Plaintiffs'
............ |*et ell SR H vail motel with eke. large $3,000. AdditionsSoUTnded Buy North 100 feet service on attorneys
paved read.3BRhrlekV Uvlag ...._.. 6 acroe okad. > 20 A....J..t oB SR-425W. ned W..IIR thence run ; rnrnodatery thereafter; otherwIse -
.6 feet toth.
hrhath.totown. dells a good heal..... flab pond t ...... km. LPH BRYAN-964- 6208 Homes BouaIat thane*run East 179 a Default will be entered
t T..... ...k...., keg barn R.ait.rAR1.A1RAY413.Z039 Mobile Point of Beginning. against you for' the relief
----- (33,900.S14 '. demanded to the Complaint.
Paul Y.r....... __.:: ----- Home 'bet bean O.d'againat you and WITNESS my hand and the

3 SRI bath/block/ home to ,Rt.lttr. "Aereetlrhak homo Sal._.. ACREAGE FOR you am required to aarva a copy seal. of this Court on thie 19th
114..... City: Llmite. ---- CHmA.: I BR I Both. IIIr..t.e. SALE Sec of your written defeneea. H any, day of October. 19771
--- Aaooclntoetree ... beaatlfa WAYNE DOL'CLAS9644593 GILBERT S.. BROWN '
.L.Fankeor ..._.. 115400. -- to It on Donald M. BoKng plaintiff '..,
of the Circuit Court
ROBERTS JR. wtwaa addreai la
96H853HiglnlJQlI801 John
GEORGE tv.siaga 964-5248 *attorney,
Sale_ -
.Real EaUto Brake 506 Florida Title By: Baulah M. Moody..Deputy
8...."..Iak1a. --- South ,. "
Phe..864.1826 eiiiigi.964.5171 WEEKENDS LIST WITH VS.WEHUSTLEI 1:Starlo8'. a73-3775 Jackaonvila. Florida$ 32202. on Dark *; ',
Phone T$2-MO before December IS 1977 ,1134tthg1124r. !
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