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 5, 1978
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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Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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-. .-- ._ _. ..-- ,-, .. The polls are open from 7 a.m. to 7 In the November 5 General Election. in the first statewide primary with i I

And the winner ls.."The five senior homecoming queen! starting at 7:30. In the front row" I., 1-,., Sharon Hobbs mud pm. today Thursday eiectlOl18 Oct 8) for Locally two County Commission Mrs. Dozier edging Into the runolf.. i'
IIj, voter to decide runoff in the posts and one School Board seat will with 224,990 "otel.TallahallBH .
I finalists above are hoping their name comes next when Sarah Biggs. The back row' finalists are Lynn Barber,
gubernatorial race and other state decided In today's polling. The
the new queen Is announced at the Tornado Whirl tonight. Belinda.Kilby, and Jan. Godwin. lawyer-businessman
and local races. District 4 Commission spot Is up for Jim.Smith will try to match his first

_._u_ ._.._._.__.. The second primary Democratic grabs between Incumbent E.W. primary performance and best North t
balM Includes the Democratic gubernatorial Hodges and Paul I. Meng. Hodges Miami Beach legislator Alan Becker .
M wr nxA 1 choice and three local ele'etlom. received 1,541 votes to 1.149 in the for the Democratic: Attorney General ..
September 12 first primary. nomination. Smith was 407.S79 to :
Local elections office officials The District 2'Commission slot was 232.418 winner in the September
I are opened as George Roberts opted not to opening primary.
expecting a voter turnout of about 45 run again. E.L. "Nook" Norman and !
percent for today's polling, way down
Mark Adklns are on the runoff ballot. Bradford's
precinct: locations
from the 58.3 percent turnout for the !
'Norman was a slight winner In September follow:
September 12 first
primary. cite
beating Adkins by 98 votes
much smaller ballot
/ a reason voters will be as the main Southgate neighbors J.R. (Jim 1 I Law ley Volunteer Fire Department :
more apathetic
Lawson and Ronnie Thomas are vying building-
towards today's runoff election. The '
! for the District 3 School Board seat 2) same as above.
, 1976 of second Bradford's primary drew 43.2 percent opened by the resignation of Art Bradford Fair Building.. t\< '
i, registered voters. Holliday. Lawson won the first Bradford Volunteer Fire Depart
The same polling experts lald'theyexpect primary with 1,801 votes to Thomas' ment building. i.

a I -November a 73 percent turnout for the 1.030, leaving him just 97 votes shortof 51 Public Library .
5 General Election which
a first primary win. 6) Bayless Highway Baptist Church '. ;.
I, will! decide the state's major races. Also to be decided on.\ the state level 7K 320 Church St., next to Health .
Voters will choose between Robert are the races for the Democratic Department. .. '
f,, 'Shevln and Bob Graham in the race nomination in the Secretary of State 8> Old Armory on Temple Ave I 4
that will decide which Democrat will and Attorney General Elections. The 9) Southslde Elementary school, \
I run against Republican Jack Eckerd battle in the Secretary of State affairis 101 Theressa Community Center/ i
--ikV.1 :for the Governor's seat. Shevin won between Miami millionaire legis 11)) Hampton City Hall. I*,. I i t

) the first primary over Graham 364.732 lator George Firestone and Beverly 121) Chamber Commerce building in ;
votes 261,972 with five other guber. Dozler of Tallahassee, a former Starke. .
IL-'r Tutorial hopefuls trailing the front employee of the Secretary of State's 131 Terwlllegar Ford :Motor Com {
H. t : runners. Eckerd will face the winner office. Firestone polled 252.395 votes pany. I y'
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The homecoming princesses were selected by (their respective classes. Sophomores Sherra Melt and 15) Brooker Community House, :'

j' Pictured above are. 'k. Freshmen Cross Lois Moore and Lori Lawtont MaryAnne Miller help make'chicken ov.9' SetFireman's t I
Sophomore Class. Renee Crawford: and Junior Clam Antoinette Berry and wire.look like colorful figure, as they .. ... .. I
Lisa Reddlih. The second sophomore' princess, atatrlee'Tanllal'd. was abitent. stuff paper, Into,the hiiteiiyfgrttthv: ** i -' .:-.,...... ,.,.. "' -:,, ....;...-' c.. .J !
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;. .. A oven/ber 9/hearing Is set for tell me anything" about fire department -. ..::..:...;Z<. ',". '. ":....;-=-. :, ,.
former Marke fireman John Ramseyto business Duffy said .; /J < ---" '
t. dismissal to the city !: :
council the method the city uses to "Until I know more about it. I'm not .:;.::. .'
allow employees to air grievanceswhen going /give you an answer." Warren ..... .. .
not satisfied with the action of a responded. VT i
:department head.A ." Thursday, Oct.s' !

r Starke fireman for two )ears 1
Ramsey;25. was fired last week afterhe Joe Warren VOTE TOOAYI
refused to sign a letter of. Make Your Vole Count .
reprimand at the request of Fire Chief o
Kldon Sapp, the Telegraph was told TORNADOWHIRL7:10pm.
Tuesday night. A city official New Head .
however staled there .is more ,
grounds for the dismissal of Ramseythan BUS Stadium :, '
the letter of reprimand Of City CouncilSecond
Ramsey has retained local attorney : "
Friday, Oct.*
Richard Welty to represent him In the : ,,
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=. _a case. 'rt.'
It Is the first time a letter of Warren was named mayor and RUMMAGE SALE1:30fot3O 'dl. !
chairman of the council for 1978-79 in : 1
p.m ;V
reprimand has been Issued In the fire
unanimous vote Tuesday night In In Front Of ..
deportment the Telegraph was told.
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which other nominations Flrs'Un.d
no were ',I
The letter was a form used by the
made and In which discussion! was Methodist Church :
police department with the police brll'f.C'ouncllml.'n. -
marked very I.
department heading out.
Wilbur Waters and

' Just everyday ''students hard at work during an Hunter,freshman tries to get some work done. Freshman The reprimand the Telegraph was ll.irold, Epps, who stepped down as Friday Saturday "
'I average school day.Wednesday was far from average as Honda Stern should have slashed a big Z on her paper, asher told. concerned Improper operation of chairman, and newly elected commissioner October.7 n
I Charlie Chaplin. Zorro, an Apache Chief the rock group outfit of Zorro took second. place. Freshman Tony 1 city fire truck during the Sept. 13 Ted Oglenby were swornin
Kiss, a Confederate soldier and any other number of Anderson could have been Cirronlmo Sitting Hull or Ire which burned one-fourth of a to start new terms b\ city attorney RUMMAGE SALE _'
unique characters sat In on classes during contume day. anybody he wanted to. as his fierce-looking Indian lock In downtown Starke. George- Fierce. Ogfcsby Is the only Galorlalld C8 Club :

Above first place winner Charlie Chaplin alias Martin warrior get-up captured third place. The hearing Is set for 7 p.m. Nov. 9. new member of the council. Next to Badcock's I'"
I Wilbur Waters returned without fa m. to J p.m.
a Thursday.
opposition In the Sept 12 city election. "
Tornado Whirl Stadium 730Homecoming In another fire department matter, Commissioner Kpiw: won re-election Homecoming
Tonight at *
unrelated to the Ramsey case Martin by defeating Hob Milner. Ted Ogles- PARADE ...
Duffy asked If Fire Chief Eldon Sapp by. director of the Bradford Union '\ I .
1 has the right to dismiss a fireman for Vo-T.'ch Center won his first term on ... p m.Saturday
merely laiklngMo him (Duffy>, / ,.
Fever Catch It the council by defeating Incumbent ,
Duffy referred to the firing and commissioner Charles Schaefer who Oct. 7 ;:}
reinstatement of fireman Dennis had nerved three terms. Mayor ,

by Cal Massey and Mrs. Donald Lee Barber, Lynn Is a member of the Rhoden within one hour the morning Warren is employed as a TV Instructor Melrose Art Fsttival 'J
BCT Staff Writer Little Women's Club. Science Club and Is a Junior of Sept. 20.Rhoden at the vo-tecn center: O lesb)' is ,it a.m.-1 p.m. .. :
; .Civitan. She's also a cheerleader and spends her leisure was fired after Duffy his boas there.Councilman. Melrote Elemtntary .I..
I Forget Saturday Night Fever '. hours sewing reading and corIdng. y, 1 complained about distribution of fire Waters was .. -A
Starke's got Tornado Homecoming Fever and (the Sarah Biggs wants to major In Biochemistry at the prevention material at local schools. unanimously elected vicechairmanto ,
warm-up events earlierthis week are any indication, the University of Florida and is a member of then Little Duffy said he made a donation for head the council in Warren's ab e' Tuesday, Oct.10 '
town's reading tonight and tomorrow night should be 'Women Club. Pep Club, and Junior Civitan. The material which was never distributed. sence. '
around 103 degrees. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Biggs, Sarah liked to Rhoden The council also unanimously re- RAIFOROELECTIONIRalford .:
The meeting between the undefeated 10th ranked read and dance in her spare time. was relnslated'after he appointed city surveyor Pat Welch .
Tornadoes and the:3-1 East lde Rams work on floats for' Sharon Hobbs isn't sure about her job future, but she's proved to the satlsfact'on of Council city attorney George Pierce and dog Council
the parade Friday the announcing of the'queen and leaning toward teaching.with plans to attend Santa Fe man Wilbur Waters a member of thecouncil's catcher Denton Devoe. and all police- Following Election .x I
celebration at tonsg ht's Tornado Whirl dress-up days all after graduation. She enjoys horseback riding skiing fire department committee, men and firemen. :",

week at the high school, and BItS alumni coming back to and dancing. and Is a member the annual staff Junior that he did not personally know Duffy The council decided to delay ', ..Brooher Council
relive some fond memories; All these Ingredients blend Civitan. and Little Women's Club. Sharon Is the daugh Councilman Waters and Rhoden naming building Inspector: Also 71241: p.m i 1
Into the bluest social event in the high school football ter of Mr. and Mrs, J.R. Hobbs. went to Duffy's residence after delayed) was naming a replacemznt v\ :
season Homecomimt. 1978. Jana Godwin is captain of the cheerleaders: and plans Rhoden was fired by Chief Sapp. for vacancy on the city Recreation Hampton Council ;, 'JI
Board and naming a bond trustee to ,.:
This year's theme, selected by the students Is "Whip lo attend the University of Georgia possibly studying Waters said he got the matter replace Cliff Hazen whose term Is 7,20p.III. \
The of
denlall1Ylllene. daughter Air and Mrs. Harold
the Rams' heads up and the Tornadoes down. We're F. resolved within an hour. Rhoden. a
gonna whip the Rams right out of town" Overseeing the ,Godwin Jana Is a member of FCA and the Pep Club and fireman for 3'enrs.! said he had to expiring J .' Starke Council i I
entire homecoming activities Is BHS Student Activities 'enjoy all I sports, especially skiing and horseback riding. prove: he did not know Duffy to get his BUDGET SESSION
Coordinator Charlie Thomas. The homecoming princesses were also voted'on by 'Job back. Raiforcl Vote. .; pm.; 1M' I
each class and the selected
were; Freshmen Class
The whirl cranks the official festivities j.
up homecoming Lois Moore and Lori Lawson; Sophomore Clasa. Renee "Do you let your officers and chief BUARCMonthly i
tonight at of 7:30: the in the stadium culminating in the Crawford and Patrice Tankard and Junior Class, An- act In this manner?" Duffy asked the Set Tuesday Meeting .' I
announcement 1978
queen. J977 the Homecoming toinette Berry and Lisa Reddisk city council Tuesday night. .. ...>) _,, !:.l'IJO..m. >: .
Queen Kathy Taylor will crown one of five senior! ? ;
Raiford will In special ,
have been voters vote a :
readying for the ) LSunshlneAcres
selected of the Senior whirl' Councilman Waters said Chief ( ', ,
finalists out 30 girls by Class. The Sapp j. 'I \ .
and the with various election Tuesday. Oct. 10 to fill the
activities '
game earlier this week. :
entire student body voted on the Narrator and has the right to hire and fire but that \
queen; -
council vacated the >
Besides hard work'mixed with' a lot of fun 1'on-the seat by reslgna- "'i-PoI Winter ASIA, ftf
his action In the Rhoden ',
of ,'
Director the whirl Is Allison AI Jets ; case wasinappropriate. r
BHS Principal Jim Duncan knows the identity of parade floats rehearsing for skits dressing up in Far- ion of Herble Whit ten. "' ,>' .p.m. ... ,Ji. .' "*
Only from,ordinary style, and all the other homecoming V Seeking the one year spot on the 1 Civil Defense BId,. r t ?'', ,"f.
the 1978 before the Whirl .
and he'll homecoming tell. queen tonight hustle and bustle the students had to contend with six Chairman Joe Warren apparently council vacant are Willie Finley, Purpose Homecoming "I, 4 it."i ..VCumm :.
weeks exams Monday and Tuesday Hopefully, homecoming unfamiliar with the Rhoden case at Leroy Raulerson and Willie Rogers. "y The five finalists :
are: fever didn't make the students Ballots will be tabulated after the c.r.t I
forget /how to first refused to discuss the matter .f
Belinda of the BUS club
member to
Kllby a plans
polls close at 7 p.m. and Raiford
the of a triangle. with told
area Duffy. Warren
attend Mr. and nursing Mrs. school Ronald upon graduation. The Belinda daughter of The student council whose president Is Mike" < Andrews Duffy if the fireman had a complaint: council members will canvas the the; < niti..| I
Eugene Kllby enjoys
sponsored dress-up days the first four of this' he should ask ballots. The regular council meetingwas
days a hearing. etatr liattkraswro.n
horseback and in her ,
gymnastics, riding, reading
spare week and the results were creative and .hilarious.Monday moved back one week to .
time : < << "Does the fire chief have the right accommodate election. _
decided the ".<_ .* WMWWI U*
ones '
Lynn Barber!,also planning a nursing career, wants to was a true dress-up day, as to fire a man just for talking to me?" This Is the second special election I
attend Santa Fe'B Nursing k. ( School.I ,The. daughter. .M f/1r./ .'. .."" ,. -''." .,,_s.'< .1.,.." ,.r..' h4'"OO..k\9InI'i'I1' ;",,; .'"; Duffy...Asked".., ,. the. cha Irman. "He. didn't' held ,this, year.. !Marie Green and '., ".._ Cjo."I. .. .. ....J \0.1.",.,.. ,; ,,


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. Andrea Buck and Gerald Morris To Wed Oct. 28 e'4 !

1 Mr. and Mrs. Lyle H. Buck of East Associates Mr. Morris River also f-t/f 64.ide IY1w W{ I
PalaUa announce the engagement graduated from SL Johns
and approaching marriage of their Community College with an associateof
daughter Andrea Desiree, to Gerald ana degree In business administration. tdilors
Norman son of Mr. and Mrs He II employed at the Palatka
N. Norman Morris of East Palatka. Dally News t -
Miss Buck is the granddaughter of The wedding will take place and Franklin Durrance
Mrs. H.M. Rlcharde of Starke and the Saturday, Oct. 28, at 7:30: p.m.Church In the In Woman's Club To Have Charlotte Whitehead I
late H. Morgan Rlcharde. St.James United Methodist

graduated Miss Buck from and Palatka Mr. Morris South' High both Palatka All friends, and relatives are invitedto Educational Program Married Sept. 15 at Pine Level Church

School.She\U employed with Cinn and attend. The Education Department with
Mrs. Philip Vellenga, chairman will Miss Charlotte Diane Whitehead,
JUNIOR CLUB DUPLICATE BRIDGE the at the luncheon daughter\ Mr. and Mrs A.B. White-
present program
TO MEET MONDAYThe CLUB RESULTS meeting of the Starke Woman's Club head, Sr. of Lake Butler, and Forest
Francis on Wednesday, Oct. II, at 12:15 p.m. Franklin Durrance, son of Rev. and
Junior Woman's Club will meet Rhea Johnson and Lora Hostesses will be Mm. L.H. Gibson, Mrs. C.P. Durrance of Jasper were
Monday night at 7:30: p.m. at the clubhouse were the winning couple at Duplicate Eva chairman Mrs. Herb Herres, cochairman united in marriage Friday,Sept IS, at
with the Arts Department In Bridge Tuesday Wrenshall night. were Mrs. A.Y. Covington, Mn. Churchin the Pine Level Baptist
and Jeff a
charge of the program. Mathewson Anne L.M Gaines, Mrs. John Greene. Mrs. nM
Hostesses will be Mrs. J.C, Dukes second Dolly Kunlg Green Willie Mae Denton Mrs Edward Hall Performing the nuptials. were Rev. wiwi
and Mrs. Butch Trotter. Hamilton were third Lucile fourth. and Mrs Richard Jockel. C.F. Durrance, father of the groom.
and Cecella Terwillegar were Assisting was Rev. Roman Alvarez,
pastor of Pine Level Baptist Church ,
Centering the altar was a gold and ,'
white arch candelabra holding white c
VOTET.oDAY THURSDAY OCTOBER 5 tapers entwined with iprengerL On
either side were two large baskets of w \4. __
gladiolus, carnations, chrysanthemums : y,
and daisies in shades f i
RONNIE THOMASSchool matching the attendants dresses. Two T .salons
tree candelabras holding white
tapers, entwined with sprengerl
Districts + balanced the focal point of the wed-
Board Member ding.The railing behind the altar was
decorated with smilax and
stephanotis roping. Family pews were d ''rI
Think Before You Vote And Vote Wisely- marked with bows of while satin.
Presenting a program of nuptial
VoteRONNIE music were Mn. Charles Whitehead ,I '
organist, Mrs. Don Hallgren, pianist, ,I :,
and Brother Don Hallgren and Mn.
THOMAS Doug Maines, soloists) l
Mitch Brannen attended as best \ \,
man. Ushen were Donnie Crawford, --I \
I Please Read Carefully Joe Brannon and Bruce Scott : _
Mrs Charles Fsckgo attended her \I
sister as matron of honor. Bridal
Stated If Property Assessment Could Be Lowered Mlllao* Could Be Increased. attendants were Mn. Bruce Scott, \
My Opponent Eaton Mosher and M.... Bob ,r
Your Property Mrs '
Of Valuation j.
Property By Law, Is Required To Be Assessed At A Certain Percentage Koistinen. Their gowns were identicalin .1'"( \ ;-
He Can Not Reduce Taxes. interlock polyester knit highlightedwith ,
Should Know '
Therefore My Opponent
Appraiser. Must Abide By This Law. :
silesta lace. Each were in a ,Jr,' I Ii
and Integrity With different color of greenepray., ginger, "
When You Elect Me To Your School Board I Will Bring Business Experience) light blue, maise and pansy. They \ .,""' ;.!

Me. With The Aid Of The Other Members. I Will Insist Upon The Board's Operations.Being Administered wore white pitcher hats with ribbons ...t., ,,' if'IOt\l., r!\ \1J /1'1'?' .
carried .J .:
their They .
To Support An matching gowns. :. : ', ; J.. '
Available Are .
Standard Business Proceedures The Present Monies of daisies, statice
Using ? nosegays pompoms ...} ,, :,
School Program Provided Proper Prlorltles'Are Placed On Expenditures. and baby's breath in shades of yellow, .. "".";:. "'. ', j. j. .',' "'" r'i, ...'
Adequate blue apricot and \,'
lavendar, pink, \ i'" '\ :iI'T
white, Yellow as the predominantcolor ,.; '''': ,.'.";,;'::1)'
match her gown. The bouquets of the
Well As School held the predominate colorof Mr. and Mr. Franklin Durrance
Can Include An Increase In Salary For The Teachers As attendants
A Carefully Prepared Budget
their dress. The bride 'graduated from BHS In
and sweeping train. She wore a cathedral -
Personnel Who Are So Often Overlooked When Salary Increases Are Being Considered Miss Janna Whitehead, niece of the length mantilla edged will 1974; graduated from Lake City
bride, was flower girl. She wore a rachel lace. She carried a cascading) Community Collge with an AA degreein
Yote Wisely Vote RONNIE THOMAS gown similar to the attendants. Terry fashion bouquet of creamy white Gen. Ed. and is employed at the
Whitehead. nephew of the bride was roses,white miniature carnations and Florida Bank at Starke as a teller.
ring bearer. Rhonda Alvarez was froths of baby's breath The bouque Mr. Durrance graduated from
Remember I Your Children Do Not Have A Choice But You Do! Thank You Most Humbly tram bearer and wore a gown similarto was tied with white wedding lace and Tennessee Temple Christian School in
the attendants.The picot satin and had ornaments of tiny; 1974; attended Trinity Baptist Collegeand
bride given In marriage by her seed pearls. A small corsage centered is now employed with Container
For Your Vote And Active Support In Today's Election father, wore an empire line organza the bouquet. Her only jewelry was a Corporation of America.
gown with lace bodice, high gold bracelet, a gift from the groom
RONNIE THOMAS sheer reembroidered yoke with seedpearls A reception was held In the church
adorning the bodice and sheer educational building. Mrs. Thorntoi Open House Sunday
bishop lace trimmed sleeves. The the at the door
Johns greeted guests
Pd Pol Ad. Paid For By Th. Ronnl Thomct Campaign Treasurer .., skirt had a rachel lace redlngote and Mrs. Marlon Thornton kept Uu Honors Bride-To-Be
effect with lace around the hemline bride's book.Standing .

in the receiving line wer I Miss Andrea Buck, .whose marriage,/,,
the bride and groom I I their parents Gerald,Morris,will.,be* an ventj i : .: ;L attendants and Rev. and Mrs. Roma' I I Ito i 28. Wall.coqinl meii0&i 4 I ;
Alvarez.O ,House Sunday afternoon given by
Palms, candelabras and baskets of Mrs. John Miller Mrs. Charles
flowers were used throughout the Darby Miss Elise Jones, Mrs. Bob
rioa Dreaffi Maker"WHATEVER reception hall. Ferguson and Mrs. Randy Johns at
The bride's table was covered with the Kingsley Lake home of the latter.
white satin with white lace overlaj; Guests invited to call between the
and centered with a three tiered hours of 2::30 and 4 p.m.,were greetedat
wedding cake decorated In pastel the door by Mrs. Johns and
YESTERDAY WAS LIKE. colors and topped with a bride and presented to Miss Buck her mother

WE'LL GET YOU READY FOR TODAY." groom.Flanking the cake were silverthreebranch ,, Mrs. Lyle Buck of East Palatka. the
candelabras with white prospective groom's mother Mrs.
tapers. Cutting the cake were Mrs Norman Morris of Palatka and Mrs.
Jimmy Thornton and Mrs. A.B. H.M. Kicharde, grandmother of the
Whitehead, Jr. I bride-to-be.
cc e .,t. 4a Thegroom's table was covered witha The refreshment table was covered .
white satin cloth with white lace with a white appliqued cloth and
overlay and centered with chocolate centered with an arrangement of blue
cake In shape of a bible with a and yellow Fuji mums and carna
scripture printed on the cake: "The lions Pouring punch In the dining
Greatest of These Is Love. Cuttingthe room was Mrs. H.C. Ritch.
cake were Mrs. Wilbur DeLoach The coffee table in the living room
l and Mrs Gilbert Larramore.The was centered with a pink and white
punch table was covered arrangement of Fuji mums, carnations
similar to the bride's table and held and eucalyptus leaves. A focal
two punch bowls, one at each end. point in front of tKe fireplarc was
Centering the table was a handmade magnolia leaves and pine cone lilies.
pastel arrangement with a white An arrangement of roses and dahliaswas
candle in the center. Presiding at the placed on an end table.
punch table were Mrs. Don Tilley,, Pine cone lilies and magnolia leaves
Mrs. Vernie Thornton, Mrs. Gary were centered on a table decoratedwith
Osborn and Mrs. Lynn Broome. yellow runners on the porch.
Mrs. Owen Alvarez,Jr. directed the Punch was served from this table by
wedding and reception. Assistingwere Misses Mary Anne Miller and Elise
Mrs. Joel Jackson Mrs. Johns.
r, ll e+r Woodrow Thomas, Mrs. Elva McRae Mrs.J.R. Walnwrightand Mrs. Jay

AS SEEN ON THE Mrs. Bishop Myrick Valerie Jones Carver and daughters Kelll and
"TODAY SHOW" Pam Stalnaker, Cynthia and Suzanne Vickie assisted the hostesses.The .
( + Thornton. hostesses presented the
SHOW"AND IN /sr w ., y. Following a wedding trip to the honoree, Mn. Buck and Mrs. Morris
"WOMAN'S DAY" / Smoky Mountains the couple Is with corsages and also gave Miss
MAGAZINE. residing at Rt. 1, Box 532, Lake Buck a serving piece of her chosen
Butler. china as a memento of the occasion',
Out-of-town guests were Mrs. Mark
.. Shaw grandmother of the bride-to-be,
Mrs. Bill Buck aunt, of Palatka; Mrs.
"' ", .. ,. 8 A.R. Norman great-aunt of
: lf Jacksonville; Mr James
I'j ". Mrs. H.O. Bates, III and Mrs. J C.
L j I} '- Hiett, all of Jacksonville, Mrs. Phillip

t .. l hs Maguire Ward of of Lake Gainesville City. and Mrs. Roy


Three DreamMaker Models from $129.95 to $669.95.c We Love You the Vicky weekend Turner withher of Belle mother Glade spent Mrs.Janet :, ,

Your Wife Turner.Dr. .

and Mrs. H.H. Adams spent
6 Minnie several days last week In Asheville '
NC and Knoxvllle Tenn. Mrs.
Adams mother Mrs. J.H. Moseley
: returned with them after three weeks
visit with relatives In Atlanta and
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wI To Meet Oct.12"/I''. Mrs. Otrnell Williams was honored decorated! cake and at the other esa;( JJuYo"Jlo. .-,
at a stock shower last Friday night crystal punch bowl.
Riven by the members of the Games with prices and refreshments
The Bradford County Homemaker'sIubwiUmoetThureday Domino's softball team at the home of were enjoyed by the 13 attending Miss Neva Jay no Flynn of FSU was.
: .Oct. 12,..UOam. Kathy Whitehead. which Included members: home for the weekend
at the Agricultural Building. The refreshment table was covered tile
The meeting will be devoted on with a white linen cloth and centered The teem gave the honoree a diaperpail Mrs. L.J. Green returned Saturday
working on crafts. Members, visitors with' an arrangement of pine cone filled with baby accessories as a from ten days visit with her son
and prospective members) are askedto I'll"' At one end of the table was a memento of the occasion. Archie Green In Miami.
bring a craft to work on and share It
with others learning to make the.: Mrs. Len Crtfll.l\fr.. G.J McCriff: ,
craft Pvrdonaf Sr and Mrs II,L. Speer attended the
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During the noon hour sandwiches redding of \their brother Charles J.
will be furnished by the dub oj' sutra E.D. Searing hud as Saturday Harris to Eileen Dugan In Jacksonville
The club' is a nonmoneymakingclub .. guests Mrs. Edwin Carter and daughter Saturday afternoon
; therefore there are no due required !Mr and Mrs.Joe Elliott of Jackson Mrs. Tommy Cohen and childrenana
in joining The only time' ville were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. E.B. Souring Jr. Charles Dinkins spent the weekend
money la involved Is during a .workshop .' Mrs Tullle Norman. and family of Jacksonville and Lt. with his daughter and family, Mr.and
period. '. <; Com. and Mrs John G. Sims and Mrs. David (Christopher In WaycrcM. ,
The club Is open to all regardless of Mrs. Bertha Pearce visited her family of St. Mary Ga. Ga.
race, creed or religion. > granddaughter, Mrs. Mary Beth
Peacock and family In Jacksonville Mrs. HII.! Adams, Mrs. J.H.
i Mrs. Tommy Lee on Tuesday. Robin Mulling of Fort Pierce and MOlle ley.Miss Edna Sexton Mrs.Don
Glenn Mullins of the of
University Hardenbrook, Mrs. Nelson Grvcnand
Honored at Shower '"Miss Lillian Stump Mrs, Joyce Florida were home for the weekend.Mr. Mrs. Randy Johns attended a epiri-
Kinerd and Mrs. Margie Thomson tual retreat for the Gainesville I
attended the and Mrs. Nealy McConnell, Sr. district United
Mr*. Tommy Lee was honored at a American Cancer Methodist Women held
: f stork shower Friday, Sept. 29, given A? Society Beach annual meeting In West Palm of and Olustee Mrs. McConnell were Sunday, Jr.visitors of Mr. Saturday at White Springs. .__
Maurice Lee Knots over the weekend. I
Cool Mmes and Mrs. icy Lee in the William E Thigpen Is In Orange
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_ Educational Building of Bethel Local admittances' to Bradford Miss Dana Fromhagen and Mark Park Hospital for surgery.Mr. .
Church.A County Hospital this week Include: Dcvenoge of Deland were weekend
Baptist stork theme was carried out from Murke-Corinne Alvarez, Willie guests of Dr. and Mr,. O.L. Haynes, and Mrs. Ovid Bennett ot I.
during the party hours of 7 and 9 p.m. Qtimion, Earl Griffis Charles Sova Jr. Jacksonville were Saturday overnight
Guests enjoyed games with a prize Bessie llalek. Ernest Phillips, guests of her mother. Mrs F.J. Sluiw.
Mrs. V.V. Haaen of Gainesville
Mrs. Ernie Beeman. Patricia Wheden Mary Hutchins,
being won by
The hostesses presented the Louise!! Johns Agnes Jones, Alice visited Mr. and Mrs. MF. llazen on Mrs. Gladys Weldon spent Wed i
J JMr. honoree with a high chair as a Callahan Evelyn; Griffis and Jessie Saturday .tesday to Sunday with her son
memento of the occasion. Roddy from Raiford Marion Ashe;, family. Mr. and Mrs J,K.
Special guests were Mrs. Edward from Hampton Fannie Brook Overholser Mrs. Mary, Mrs.Lawson Janie Mrs.Henderson Mary ,Jacksonville. and'I I
Herndon of Highland and Mrs. K Z. Louis S/orger Quinton Ford; from
and Mrs. Helen
Lee of Starke, grandmothers-to-be. Ljmtoy Ruth Tyler. Percy Grlffis, spent Thurs Mrs.Jame. Blackshearof Kln&
Andrew Roberts and Julia Scott; from day at Silver Springs and- Friday at. Lake and sister-in-law. Mrs. Emily: :
.. Ronnie Lee Fountain K-w Keystone Heights Annette Crews. White Springs. Work, niece. Mrs Elise Extra and L
;.z.JJPr., Mrs. Mary Jordan of Pen a'ola I
Vivian Fountain Fountain Mr' and Mrs. E.R. Smyth of Largo Friends of Mrs. Lola Johnson will returned Saturday from Is days tour S
I Friends will regret to hear that Mrs. were I Monday overnight guests of regret to hear. she broke her right of the British Isle*.
La Von Drivas and Mrs. Louise Tenlyare Mrs. Bertha Pearce. wrist last Friday in a fall in the yard.

Wed Aug. 5 In Pleasant Grove ChurchVivian General medical Hospital.patients in Alachua
Carol Fountain of Daytona Emelene Desue, Cynthia Tyson, i
Beach, daughter of Mrs. Jurutha Connie Desue, Mrs. Gertrude Coving- Mrs. Joe Wilson had as visitor
Desue of Starke, became the bride of ton Ms. Agnes Goodwlne and Brenda Howe Moredock of Miami over the
Ronnie Lee Fountain of Daytona Williams. weekend and S.T. Dell of Gainesvillelast
Beach,son of Mrs.Gladys Howard,on The couple is residing at Daytona Thursday.
August 3:I at 1 p.m. In the Pleasant Beach .
Grove United Methodist Church in The bride Is employed with the Mrs. Ben Rowland visited her DON'T FORGET TO VOTE
Pleasant Grove Starke. Ormond Beach Police Department sister Mrs.Ardel Sangree and daughter '
Rev. Willie Stilts, performed the Mr.Fountain is employed with D. & and family Mr. and Mrs. Dwight
nu W. Paving Company at Daytona Marshall in Apalachicola from Friday
Centering the altar was a white and Beach. to Wednesday. :
gold candelabra with 15 burning white TODAY
tapers flanked by two altar arrange
ments of white gladiolus, carnations : ,,
chrysanthemums and shades of WE'RE T SB H--lB S---* ------- BSBI>M--l---l f _
yellow and white daisies and baby's THERE WHEN
breath. Across in front of the altar
was a garland of artificial roses In YOU NEED US

multiple Providing colors.nuptial music were Mrs. ELECT J. R. "Jim" Lawson ELECT

Willie Mae Randolph, pianist and
Miss Shirley,Johnson, soloist.
Emmett Fountain attended as beat
man. Ushers were Guy Desue, the

the bride's groom's brother brother., and David Howard, r't tfyy TO THE BRADFORD COUNTY SCHOOL BOARDPut

Sandra Desue served her sister as
matron of honor. Her baby's breath APPRECIATEDThank
headdress matched the color of her Your Vote Where Its REALLY

gown. She carried a bouquet of daisies .
and baby's breath. in'ell ( nt
Selma Demps and Evelyn Leverson It ,, :-.. ...
attended bridal attendanta/'Thehr : ,t ," ...7< "..,;.",K",." .... ; i 1

,-+..Y+.Mrb..NMbarrateMMNaiN headpieces were'also made. aw'irer.un of'baby's n ,,,,' 1IIt''''' -, ... .You- ,. ;,..,. .- .- -. v :::: :',
Felicia Aaron arid Lashawn Me- : ,_ ..,.V' '.t,,, h'r, ) ; .. ". .
Cray were flower girls and carried f/ *, Cd.Pal Ad ".''d for loJ JIM' law.on.. (. '_ ., ", 3'r. ,'c '
baskets of roses. Ronnie Fountain,Jr.
was ring-bearer. '
The bride was given in marriage by to help with all the arrange- ;
her brother, Glen Desue. She carrieda
of and white daisies
bouquet yellow
and baby's breath.A ments during this troubled time. .
reception was held at the home of
the bride's mother. flowers, funeral services and all the
Berenda Williams kept the bride's AN ENERGY SYSTEM AT YOUR SHOP?
book. Assisting in serving were details. Rely on us for advice

-ubtb.J-b-b.n.Arrl.1t1l1. .. DeWitt C. Jones HERE'S HOW TO SAVE!

More and more concerned by saving yours when you
Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Triest of Funeral Home businesses are Installing energy. need the money for your
Crystal Lake announce the birth of a saving systems that cut fuel project. Call us lor a _,4 t
daughter,Tamara Lee born Sept. 22. Starke Keystone Heights consumption and overhead business Improvement I w
Maternal grandparents are Mr. and 9646200Ready 473.3176 every day. Solar heaters and heat loan,,.and ease an .
Mrs. Bryce Titus of Starke. Paternal recovery units.Heater time clocks energy crisis of your ownl'! _' ,d
Mr. and Mrs. Bill
grandparents are and condensor-coolers. We agree Our business is
Dribble of Keystone Heights.
that the time to save energy Is businesses-like yours!
now-and we want to slartSFlorida

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Council Hires HuberWith
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I Heard from CLAUDE R.PItEV AT1'.W resident of this area, Miss Swindellwas
only nine days left to select a Sverdrup and Parcel representative that of Mr. Claude R. Prevatt, 89, of born In Hampton, Sept 12 1887

Mrs John Warren tile former Col. and Mrs. R.O. Kldd, Jr.of Fort Lawtey policeman Council under the members CETA approval program monthly charges for city sewage proposed wlU Summerland Key.Fla., died Saturday Was a member of the Christian

Linda Jo Gay of Klngsley Lake was Walton Beach were last Tuesday and hiring David L. Huber the only appli range from lift per month for 190 in the VA Hospital lit Miami. Survived
Born In Bradford County 1 sister Mrs. Edith
on by
on the Dean1 list at Methodist Wednesday guest of Mr. and Mrs. hook-ups to $24 for 100 hook-ups. This
13, ltx# !Mr. Prevatt had Andreu of Starke A several l nieces ft
College. Fayetteville. N.C. In the Huston McClane while enroute home cant.When questioned by Fire Chief matter was tabled until the public ire
the .
from Disney World. lived In Keys the past twenty nephews.Graveside
Hummer quarter October 24.
Russell Mlscally about reasons for hearing years, where he was a commercial funeral service will beheld
Huber'a leaving Hampton as an Got a preview of the new street fisherman. He was an veteran at 11 a.m. In Hope
Army Thursday
Drew and Adrienne Barry of Birmingham Mr. and Mrs. Sid Shuford returned
elected policeman, Huber replied, "1 signs presented by Councilman of World War II and a member of the Cemetery at Theressa with Rev. Ben
Southern College Ala. werehome Tuesday of last week from two weeks
would have Wayne Massey. The signs made
thought Hampton a lot of by
Christian Church. P. Bryant, pastor of the First Baptist
for the weekend. vacation Blowing Rock! N.C. future. Once I got elected, I couldn't the Bradford County Sign Shop, have Survivors Include his wife Edna Church officiating. DeWitt C. Jones
get any cooperation at all." been completed for the Northeast Funeral Home in of the '
Mr.. of Hattiesburg. McKinney Prevatt: three daughters, charge
GUEST SPEAKER SHARON Councilman Ben McCUlley stated, section of Lawtey and will be appear-
of Starke
Mrs.Thomas) Muggins Mrs. arrangements.
Miss and Mrs. Jim Baley of Asheville with- "1 would like for It to be held off for a ing In the near future. Signs are being Lemuel Williams of Miami, and Mr*.
! N.C. spent the weekend Elder Avery Lane from Dunlap, couple of days. This (hiring Huber) made for the other streets currently. W.E. Henderson of Ocala; one eon,
Dr, and Mrs. H.G. Church of God Observe
their parents, on me tonight about Was reminded by Clerk Lucille
Tenn.,will be guest speaker at Sharon was dropped 8 Claude Prevatt of Ocala; one brother,
BoUln er. Primitive Baptist Church beginning p.m. and it was the first time I have Shuford that qualifying opened Emery Prevatt of Starke; three
Mr. and Mrs. Sherrod Hamilton on Monday October V, at 7 p.m. ever heard of" this young man. That'smy Tuesday, October J through October sisters Mrs. Marks Ritch. Mrs. Eva Nnt'l Heritage WeekThe '. '
October 13. feeling. 17. The seats being voted on will be
with through Friday. Rock and Mrs Willard Wynn all of
and Sunday
spent Saturday night Elder Land will be at Emmuas After considerable discussion and Wayne Massey's and Ben McCulley's. Starke; and grandchildren Starke Church of God will
their son and family. Mr.. and Primitive Baptist Church Saturday at references given Councilman Robert Was told Lawtey would be Funeral services were held Monday observe Our National Heritage Week
Mark Hamilton In Tampa.Mr. 2 p.m. and Sunday at 10:30: a.m. Scott said "I move we hire him effective having a Cystic Fibrosis Bike-A-Thon from the graveside Prevatt by conducting special services

and Mrs. Guy Andrews Everyone is cordially Invited to Immediately." on Friday October 13. Mrs. Jeanne Cemetery with DeWitt C. Jones Friday, October 8 and Sunday, Oct
Lee is chairman of this "
; crusade which
returned last Friday after spendingthe come. In other action,the Lawtey Council: will begin about 10 a.m. Funeral Home in charge of arrange 8lh.The Friday night service will\.
at their In Little menta.
cottage Church
summer St.Mark's Episcopal
feature a guest speaker and refreshments *-
Switzerland, N.C. SUNDAY I 8:30: a.m. Holy Eucharist, .6..6.4 Brooker .. .... Miss Hannah Swindell! ,M' for the youth, and Sunday'Will '
9'43: a.m. Church School, Iloo: a.m. NewsTUESDAY Miss Hannah Swindell, 91, of be Old Fashion day.
Morning Prayer. Starke, died Tuesday In the *
morning In the Sunday morning worship
Mrs. James Barron and Mrs. Janet
Jeanette Prescott
by Hamburgers lettuce
Monday) 7:30: Women of the
p.m. Starke Nursing Home. A service Pastor Drake will be preaching .
Turner were last Tuesday dinner Church. Pbone41J5.171SPERSONALS tomato pickles corn, peaches bun,
guests of Mr. and Mrs. llerndon In Tuesday 7:00: Gilts milk. French fries.WEDNESDAY f : : *.w* rf ,: on the subject Grandma's
p.m. Workshop.
Gainesville. Also attending were Mr. (National Lunch Religion; Sunday evening his subjectwill :
Wednesday 7:00: Gifts
and Mrs.Dallas Weaver of Rome Ga. Workshop. p.m. Mrs. Lula Mae Baxter visited with Day)Fried Chicken and gravy celery Cord Of llljThank be Our Rich Heritagd.Theo <
and members of the
Mrs Viola Chesser in Alachua from & carrot stlx. mashed potatoes % Kft&ttttgattttft youth f
biscuit milk oatmeal congregation are encouraged to dress;
Saturday to Thursday September orange 4
21. raisin cookie you. my many friends my in old fashioned clothes as they did In
CLOTHINGSEALED Mrs. Bulah Baxter of Jacksonville THURSDAYS Lasagna, tossed patrons for all your encouragement Grandma's day. I
accompanied by Faye Lewis of salad, banana, French bread milk, and prayers these three years. You The public Is invited to attend these)
BID SALE Tallahassee visited Mrs. Lula Mae peanut butter cookies. have Indeed made my life richer but special services The Youth of that\
Baxter on September 28. FRIDAY: Flshwlch on bun, tarter the Illness persevered has won. I will church will be in charge of the especial
Mr. and Mrs. Resale Thomas, along sauce, potato rounds pineapple never forget your many kindnesses. services and there will be
OCTOBER 18,1918 with their mother Mrs. Nanna pudding with topping, chocolate cake Appreciatively, special gospel music and singing In
Thomas all of Starke, visited Mrs. with chocolate topping, milk. Greta Alvarez each service.

202 Ea Uniform Cap Covers September Lula Mae 27.Baxter on Wednesday, ..... ..41 ...,..... COMMUNITY NEWS .... .._. ... 6 I

Mr. and Mrs. Mikell Rowan of
144 Ea. Uniform Cap Frames North Port Long Island New York, by Elizabeth G. Walker p.m. prayer meeting; Saturday. 3
visited their uncle Mr. Williamson, Phone M4-4I6KS p.m. The Association Committee will served af 12:30"p.m.: Evening Worship -
43 Ea. Men's Suits Size 35 Wednesday and Thursday, Sept. 26 & meet at Jerusalem Baptist Church In is at B p.m.
27. They had to shorten their visit Olustee,Fla.,Sunday School 9-30: a.m.
10 Ea. Men's Suits, Size 36 when they got a call their mother School activities t Rev. McCastle of Grove Park and FreeCallaan True Church of God I
wasn't well. We pray she'll be fine congregation will preside in the Tuesday 7:30: p.m. Prayer Band
18 Ea. Men's Suits, Size 37 All adults Interested in continuingand services October 8, all members are Service. Friday 7:30: p.m. Tarrying
BIRTH Improving''' their education are eked to be present. Service. Morning Worship II a.m.
10 Ea. Men's Suits, Size 50 Mr. and Mrs. Rick Brandenstein, invited to enroll In the Adult Basic New Bethel Baptist Church; Evening Worship 7:30 p.m.
Jr., are proud to announce the birth of classes and the Voc-Tech classes for Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning
2574 Ea Ties, Asst. Rayon Fabric their daughter. Lisa Eileen. She training In various skills. Worship II a.m.. All members are ML Zion A.M.E.Church; Choir No.
weighed 7 Ibs. 12 ozs. at birth. In Anyone can learn many skills including asked to cooperate,with all activities. I rehearses each Tuesday. 7:30: p.m.
32 Ea. Men's Shirts, L/S, Size 17-1/2 Shanda Hospital in Gainesville on reading and writing for self Sunday School 10 a.m. Lovefeast
Monday September 25. Improvement for a better Job. This Church of God In Christ: Sunday Service 11 a.m.,Communion Service
24 Ea. Men's Shirts, L/S Size 18 Paternal grandparents are Kathy Is vour opportunity.; School 9 30 a.m. Morning Worship tl p.m..
Rick Brandenstein Sr. of Akron Mrs. Cora Allen of 711 E. Brownlee a.m. with Elder D.A. Williams in Antioch Missionary Baptist
27 Ea Men's Shirts, L/S Size 19 Ohio. Street mother of 11 children has charge. Each Tuesday, at 7 p.m. the Church: Prayer Meeting is held each
Paternal struggled and sent her .children to Thursday 7 Sat. Oct. 7, there will
great-grandparents, are Sewing Circle meets. Tuesday 7:30: p.m.
9 Ea. Men's Shirts, L/S, Size 20 Opal Si Andrew Ilasley, of Basking school. All graduated from high p.m. Bible Band meeting. Friday 7:30 be a surprise talent program. Special,I
Ridge N.J. school but two. The oldest. Henry p.m. prayer and pastoral teachings. guest will be Mr. Nathaniel Jackson,
182 Ea. Men's Shirts, S/S Size Ex Sml Kathy & Rick wish to bring Cohens is a lieutenant In the army. and his group from Jacksonville.
recognition to Audrey Keeter. The youngest child will graduate in Greater Bethlehem Freewill Everyone Is invited to attend.
May Be Inspected At Union Correctional Institutional La Maze Teacher (Natural Child- 1980. Baptist Church; Each Monday 630;
birth) for her help. Mrs. Allen received a high school p.m. Tiny-Tots and Senior rehearsel. Ml. Plsgah A.M.E. Church: Wed...
General Supply Warehouse We the friends of Mr. and Mrs. diploma from Vo-Tech September 19, Tuesday 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting. of each week the Young Adult Choir.
Harley Shaw are so glad they are 1978. She plant to continue her studies Wednesday 7:30 p.m. the-.All Male rehearses at 8 p.m. Sunday School 10,
P.O.' Box 221 back home. We wish them continued in a Nursing career at Santa Fe. Chorus rehersel. Group 1 of the a.m., Morning service II a.m., Grant
: Improvement in their health. Mission Department will meet at the Memorial Pastor and congregationwill
Church activities: home of Mrs. Nancy Brawshaw. conduct services Sunday afternoon -
RaifordFlorida 32083
SCHOOL LUNCH MENU Group 2 will meet at the home of Mrs. at 3:30: p.m.. You are Invited.I
MONDAY Beefaronl, oven baked First Born Church of the Living Elane Lee. Group 3 will meet at the to be present.
For Information 904-431-1212 apples, Greek salad green beans, God; Each Tuesday 7:43: p.m., prayer home of Mrs. Elizabeth Covington.
rolls, milt, cookies.We service. Each Friday 7:45 School Story Hour at the Church will start ,Mt. Morlah: The United Women'will
Tarrying Service. Sunday Thursday at 7:30: p.m. The Junior meet Monday 4p.m. Sunday.>
JO'30 am., morning Worship 11:30 Choir will meet for rehearsal Sat. School 9:30: a.m. Trustee meeting It-
'A.M.a vwninjL) orship 6 R.m", .:;. I Bpm.'dinners be Sold from.ihtf a.m.. Choir No., I will have their...aatjntyertary .
Our "Bankers Hours"Everyone. .Ebenezer Baptist Church; ru daY-1 kitchen. "''Sunday'School-4 -a.nv'*' Oct. 20 Frtd&ytfbW:
8 p.m, Bible .clasSThursday..;} .\ ;.-.(r3&; !, Morning Worship 1 l.aviMcrUtidhmsja' lo: 80InLl r -notJidCMi"' AtuuLTu: } aiuuPleasant
Grove United'Methodist

4 Church: The Young Junior Choir'
1I rehearses each Tuesday 7:30.: Wed.
1O'6.0..o .. LEGALPUBLIC ..6066. pm. Prayer Meeting. Bible Class'
Thursday 7 p.m. Sunday School at 10
The City of Starke will following betes: al) That a.m. will conclude services of the day.
NOTICETO undertake the project described the certification was not
I L above with Block in fact executed by the Macedonia Freewill Baptist..
ALL INTERESTED Grant funds from the chief executive officer or Church: Rev. J. N. Butler, pastor. '
AGENCIES. GROUPS U.S. Department of other officer of the City of' Wed. 7:30: p.m. Bible Study and'
AND PERSONS: Housing and Urban Starke approved by HUD' Prayer meeting. Sunday School 10.
Development (HUD) or b) that the City of am.; Morning worship 11 a.m.; afternoon .
On or about October 19, under Title 1 of the Stance's environmental service 4 p.m. .'
1978 the City of Starke Housing and Community review record for the
I Are veil request the U.S. DevelopmentAct project Indicates omission Calvary Baptist Church: Rev.
Open at Department of Housingand of 1974. The City of of a required decision Alphonso Jenkins, pastor. Services
Urban Development Starke is certifying to finding, or step applicableto are held each Sunday. Prayer'.'
to release Federal l funds HUD that the City of the. project In the, meeting and Bible study 7:30 p.m..
under Title 1 of the Starke and Merrill Edwards environmental review Preaching services are held every,
Housing and Community in his official Process. Otxectlons must first and third Sunday 6 .p.m.. The
Development Act of 1974 capacity as Clerk consentto : be prepared) and submitted public is invited.
TAEM (PL 93.383)) for the accept the jurisdictionof In accordance with'
following project: the Federal courts If an the required procedure Bradford Middle School: Open ,
Target Area 1 for action is brought to (124 CFR Part 56)) and maybe House was held at Bradford Middle
rehabilitation of the enforce responsibilities in addressed to HUD at School.Sept. 26 at 7:30 p.m.. Parents.j,
neighborhood signified relation to environmental U.S. HUD JacksonvilleArea were there In large numbers. .
No. 1 11n the City of Starke reviews, decJsionmaklng, Office 661 Riverside Parents expressed great interest in
for a total cost of end action; and that these Avenue Jacksonville, the children and the school and
83X3: ,000. responsibilities have been Florida,32204. Objectionsto concern for improving the conditions>i
satisfied. The legal effectof the release of funds on by organizing a P.T.A. in the future. .
Just One of The Extras An Environmental Review the certification: Is that bases other than those Everyone Is willing to support theft
Record respecting the upon Its approval. City of stated above will not be principal In making everything
within project hat been Starke may use the Block considered by HUD. No comfortable for the children.-
made by the City of Grant funds and HUD win objections received after Brownie Troop 323 meets every
Starke which documentsthe have satisfied its responsibilities October 9, 1978 will be Monday at 'R.J.E. Complex from 3:30,
environmental review under the considered by HUD. 4:30 p.m. All parents are asked to'
of the project. This Environments Mational Environmental cooperate with Mrs. Lennon and Mrs. '
You Get At Review Policy Act of 1969. HUD Sarah Morris Leaders. ., ',r
Record to on file at the will accept: an objection to -Merrill Edwards, City Junior Troop 804 will meet Tuesday)
City Clerks" office City its approval of the release Clerk Oct. 10. from 3:30: -4:30: p.m. in the,r
Hall and is available for of funds and acceptanceof City HG annex of Greater Allen Chapel. All
public examination and the certification only IfhlsonOf1eOftha Starke. Florida 32091,. Junior Scouts are Invited to be'r'

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tit D.C 20038,or by calling 202 347-4010., ., .. .an
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ii ll! aI members at their recent annual : v .

convention.The 'J ,.", ,
cassette contain "six hours of J'"I "
information on VA benefits for : ..-"

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I medical benefits." The booklet from .
FoR NEVO ''I I li' iII !Iillh( iiillllilC which the tapes were made "Federal
Commended Role
Benefits for Veteran and Depen i Starke Rotarians for
dents" can be purchased from the
(,1 5' tI I IIII i lily+, ,,II'11 lilt Il ll; ll, rlllo'I' Ili Ii Superintendent of Documents U.S.

Government Washington D.C.Printing 20402 or the Office.Consumer Promoting Foreign Student ScholarshipsThe

Information Center, Department t
0297, Pueblo Colorado 81009., ..
The price Is $1. '
:' Starke Club's 2,000 per cent participation In the Rotary International ,

;of: : Foundation Fund was commemorated in a special award ceremony during last week'.
\!'Ie.;" : visit by the District Governor.
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', { : Pictured above Is District 694 Governor. Edwin B. Nelson [reenter] of the South

ED.rT'ORIA.tS: : ', ;,, \,1" : Jacksonville Club, presenting framed certificate to Jesse Wolbert, chairman: of the

: ,; : Starke Club's Foundation Committee. At left Is Kenneth B. Platt chairman: of the ;
\ ,''tt f!' : club's Donation Committee.
i i The 2,000 per cent participation gained by the Starke Club Indicate a contribution
\<. <. S; : of some S10,000Into the Rotary International Scholarship Fund over the past several,

'";t: years. 11,000 is donated to the fund each time the local: club name a Paul Harris :

Florida Voters May Play "r.lj'; : :. Fellow and the Starke Club currently has nine such Fellows and enjoys a higher
\ : participation In the fund than 80 per cent of Rotary Clubs In Florida.

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.a fV3Ek i The Foundation finance scholarship for foreign exchange student and the

Russian Roulette On November 7 tIt : : Starke club.ha had two of the four nomination It has made in the last four year
j \: selected for a year of study In a foreign. country. The latest Jerl Parsons formerly of

'p : the Bradford-Union Guidance ClInic, arrived in London last week for a year of study
","r kw"; : in the field of teaching the mentally and physically handicapped. At the same time she '

.. r, : I* attending courses she will also be working and receiving additional training In an

was encouraging to learn, other tourist centers such as casinos would further diversify .: actual clink.
that the congregation of the First Daytona Beach and Orlando will mob operations and, fatten its" .

Baptist Church of Starke has soon want a piece of the pie in coffers. ',J. : Governor Nelson commended the Starke club for its efforts in furthering international

adopted a resolution opposing the 'order to compete. Once casino When the thoughtful :. understanding and' good win through the student exchange: program. .

issue of casino, gambling for gambling gets a toehold in looks behind the siren person song ,.. ...........................................................................................................
Florida which will be on the Florida, there will be no end to
November 7 General Election the areas that will be seeking its promising prosperity and easy
ballot. quick dollars. This proliferationof tax dollars if gambling is legalized County Agent's By MUI.TIPIIASICVANAT SHOPPING CENTER I
he will
*in Florida, see a
casinos will not only create a Bobby WEt. OCT. II
Perhaps other local churches drain on law enforcement stark picture of moral wrong. 'M !!* CT Notebook

have taken similar action, but. if !agencies, .but the cost to tax economic wastefulness, political .. ...j Taylor The Multlphailc Van sponsored by
destructiveness Church
so, It has not been brought to our payers in administering and corruption, and educational deception.Let -. I. ;; will he be Seventh at the-Day Winn-Dixie Adventist parking lot
attention.It seems to us that this policing casinos will be astro Florida not make the same Wednesday Oct. 11. from 9 to 12 a.m.
is an area in which churches, of nomical. This added expense wflltfian. Ex- Overseeded lawns must be cared and 12:30 to 4 p.m. for blood pressures
whatever denomination should mistake as Nevada and New The Sunbelt Agricultural ..normal lawn .. and da4et! *.,>EF: ,\ .. ,,..
take 1 mqr ofsthe...'plefin then Jersey.* and turn '"TheLand ofland ,positsen on October 10.12 in Moultrie,';- ,.Mowinqwill):Ie.'required..bill v4lLbecca be, ""f,' '''' +e1gI0iI} I I.I I....y.......... \
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._ '..tails.tra'tilk.a p oeitson iotini.ofsuch <..-'cos oarprlnDlhrgrrvrrntmrr rrtvl "" :&" [ tt'r.-fll-" 'I
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a crisis for the State of "" t :stc* 2w Ubs. Jelly 1 'cup cereal I awl his
roulette wheels. tn? tradition of theIgreat farm adequate moisture to look nice, Inch/
Florida who Is left to assume 3. An often overlooked shows or the mid-west, the Expo will a week is sufficient. Fertilization sugar be ;eaten 1 glass after orange meal.Juice. Nothingto
moral leadership? problem is the time and effort Florida is a great state and it } be'the first exhibition of Its scope and every 2 months with a e-8-e at a rate of
magnitude the South has witnessed in 12 pounds per 1,000 square feet will Call Mrs. Nellie Martinez 6644367
have be while
that will to expended by needs to remain great
almost a century. give excellent green color throughoutthe is
Without the influence of the for appointments. This a public
the Florida Legislature in dealing continuing to develop the abun- winter. service by Starke Seventh Day Adventist -
church. Florida voters may wen with problems brought on by dant natural resources God has Considered a major agricultural Church. Free
and educational event, the show has Keep lawn looking nice and
be hoodwinked the razzle- your
by its short it-an abundance of welcome.
casino gambling. During given to been designed to acquaint the agribusiness green all winter, overseed with rye-
dazzle arguments and misleading annual session the Legislaturemust water and power. sunshine and leader, producer and con grass.

./ propaganda employed by "Let's ,consider and pass a $6 rain perhaps the world's best sumer with the newest innovations In Watch For Aphids

Help Florida"and other gambling billion budget as well as deal climate and the human resources farm and rural living and develop If you have greens or peas growingat

proponents.The voters' attention with legislation for education to develop these advantages and ment. this time, be on the look-out for FORESTRY

may well be diverted from the health, mental retardation utilities devote them to the best use of The show site Is situated on the 1,680 aphids (plant lice) and caterpillars. IN SMBfOM COUNTYBy
real Issue involved-the social and and a host of other vital our people acreSpence Field,a former Air Force I have had several calls in the last
moral deterioration that Floridawill services. Each resort area base, three miles Southeast of few days concerning heavy popula

encounter if casino gambling seeking casino gambling will We need to develop our in- !Moultrie,.Georgia.The tions Aphids of are these generally pests on pretty these easy crops.to &

is allowed a foothold in the state.It need legislation spelling out locations dustrial potential-not prey on exposition will cover virtually kill with malathion If used properly. HankCnchranThe
and times of operating human weakness or exploit every area of agriculture and agri Most caterpillars can be controlledwith
is not only vital that casino casinos and hundreds of other human depravity. We need to business. Four hundred acres of sevin if a control program la

gambling be defeated in the technical: details. In Nevada for draw people to our state to see its harvesting and tillage demonstrationswill started early when the worms are
be featured, along with 50 acres of small. Union Soil and Water
November 7 election but that the Instance, casinos operate seven beautiful beaches and inland displays. of the latest agricultural Conservation District will sponsor the
defeat be decisive. A wide- days a week 24 hours per day. It waters; to enjoy our family at- chemicals, equipment and Call or with come these by if you. have a First Annual Plant Identification
margin victory is needed or thegambling is easy to imagine the pressures tractions-the greatest in the machinery, A plot demonstrationarea problem pestsLETTERS Contest to be held Oct. 17.

proponents will be that will be brought to bear onour world; to see our ,agricultural for chemical testing and seed
back in 1980 unless these assetsas varieties Is also Included In the Hugh The contest Is open to any student
right again legislators by competing wealth-not to pluck
exhibition area. enrolled In the Union County school
the voters speak loud and 'clearon casino lobbyists, haunting the if they were 'fresh-killed SSI system attending the majority of their
November 7. halls of Tallahassee:. chickens. Industrialists tell us There will also be a consumer- classes on a 9th to 12th grade level.
that the presence of legalized family and living commercial show. Consumer exhibitors specialists will Students must correctly Identify,spell

Most of our state leaders have 4. Florida is the eighth largest gambling in any state is a barrierto bat on hand to answer questions on Police Dept..Sheriff and answer a general question about in
the dangers inherent In state in the nation and its growth industrial development. We what to buy, how to get the most for Commended For Support 25 trees, shrubs or grasses thriving
seen the
casino gambling and have warned has been steady over the ye..... need to be removing barriers your money and whats new on .the At BIIS Football Game area.

their constituents. Incumbent Why should we run the risk of instead of erecting them, if we market. I would like to commend the Starke For more information, contact the

Governor Reubin Askew Is making it a less desirable place to are to realize our full potential I hope you have plans to attend this Police Department and the Bradford SCS Technician, County Agent or
for their County Forester.
leading the fight against It. and live or vacation by bringing in destiny.In show one or more days of October 10- County and assistance Department during the
? Can 12 in Moultrie. While talking about trees, the
casino gambling you
the nominees of both parties football game with Green Cove
imagine slot machines (those these final weeks before the Rye Grass Can Make Division of Forestry la now accepting
and Republican, now Springs.
Democrat seedlings. As
for tree
7 General Election Green applications
"one-armed bandits") throughoutthe November Winter Lawn
the Governorship areetrongiy and before,the Division has a wide assort
seeking attitude of the Tornado fans
opposed., state in every service station the air waves newspapers, and Does your lawn turn brown duringthe students The also contributed to a fine ment of seedlings available for reforestation .
and grocery such as there are in television screens will be flooded winter and you wish It were show of sportsmanship before during purposes, Christmas tree
? With existing tax with pro-casino and anti-casino green? If this Is your problem, the production and general enhancement
In a recent letter to a Tampa Nevada overaeedlng lawn with ryegrasswill and after game.
newspaper!, State Senator David sources and its continued population messages. Those who are op give a nice green color throughoutthe Jim Duncan Principal of one' property.
Mcdain made the following growth. Florida win have posed casino gambling and are winter Bradford High! SchoolUntil Further 'Information,on prices;;

against the sufficient revenue to meet the aware of what.it will do to our delivery date and tree selection may
strong arguments October 1-15 Is the time to oveneed be obtained from the County Forester.
possible invasion of Florida by ;needs of its citizens without state may want to help in your lawn with ryegrass. The rye- When was the last time you had
tasino gambling, and all the 'ca.sinDl. Casino gambling will not meeting the tremendous expenseof grass seeding rate varies depending your woodland acreage prescribe
Accompanying evils,, that will. 'solve; the state's revenue needs.It getting the anti-gambling on whether there Is grasn growing on burned? Is it In need of this valuable
win across. the area and if so what kind of grass. i management tool
In its wake. create more revenue message
should be seeded at a rate 1 /r
Bare areas TauTICK The Gainesville District of the
problems than we have now of,9-10 pounds per 1.000 square feet. Division of Forestry her been
i 1.Florida now attracts some 80 Will actually lessen the revenue This can bestbe done by St. Augustine Centipede, and carpet assigned draft and Implement a
minion visitors annually who available for education and other sending a contribution directly to lawns should be seeded at 3-4 poundsper pilot landowner prescribe burning

contribute more than$11.5 billion needs.,, No Casinos Inc., Lewis, State 1,000 square feet Bahia lawns at fsther'otocks"the 1880 "p,known rand- assistance program. r
Bank Suite 430 2-3 pounds per 1,000 square feet. were will be
to the state's economy. These Building a, "I O -eass clocks.. Basically the program
are attracted, not by After ,fifteen months of Tallahassee. Florida 32301.( This aimed at reducing the accumulationof
tourists Florida House Select is the organization, headed by hazardous fuels improving
gambling but by our hearings. a habitats and preparing I the site, for
Jimate. beautiful beaches and .Committee on organized crime Governor Askew, that is carryingthe natural regeneration. ,

hoes. and by clean famiIy< tated attractions such as Disney casino gambling future of Florida. Any .6 unanswered: there la hope ,the
World. If casino gambling. Ispermitted amount given will be helpful but iiilijj p. program will be implemented this

many of these touristsof "The legalization of casino cash'' contributions in excess of i igT10N winter.Are you looking fOl'a" Inexpensive
I b .strongly oppoeed'Geeause
moderate means would be gambling $100 cannot be accepted 'under way to reforestate ,your ,cut-over
(cleaned out' in one night, which it will greatly increase Florida law. ,, tlroberlandsT Direct seeding may be
would shorten their stay, and ,organized crime activity in BOB O. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER the answer. In many cases, you can
Florida. Street crimes including In the meanwhile you can help avoid the use ,of intensive site
affect the state's now healthyBconomy. pornography, drugs, prostitution by urging your church membership Publishers I preparation. measure through the use,

., .. loansharking. burglary, to aid this cause by adopting .' :Published each Thuraday,and entered as second Class Matter 3f fire.Fire, properly managed will

2. ,Some people believe that and con games, would Increase. resolutions opposing casino at the Post Office at Starke, Fla. under Act of March 3, 187Q. jllmlnate much off the competing

casino fambung can tOflfldMiand Organized crime would infiltrate gambling: contributing to funds Subscription rate In trade area '7 per year: '4 six months. vegetation. 'while maintaining an
to Beach and other Gold labor onions and service: In to help pay expenses of the fight. adequate cover to hide. pin seed
'8 Per 4M Six Months. animals. ,
Outald* trade area: yean from
Coat centers.But if gambling .is dustries. .as bas happened hi and actively ,urging others to I StsdleLFlodkls Let's get those Idle acres beck Into
legalized. in the':resort areas of other states, and revenue from vote against casino. gambling on Phone 944-63OA nmdurttrat.f : ,

Dade and Broward ,Counties., organized crime involvement in November 7,,

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Here Final Week ,/ 1, a ,
. J 1 Mixson in of Run-t' ff. '

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we're working on proposal forchanges y
Making *. many stops as possible "
home in that will have to be made
Democratic: Governor hopefulWayne Mixson said there! were two major

Mixson dropped In for lunch In d reasons behind Florida's poor ', t r ; I ,
showing with Industry. "There will
Stark lost Friday, hoping to secure 1 j jf
have to be an attitude
change among
some last minute vote before today's d IhNFU
the business leaders and politicians,
October 5)) Alabama got ten time more
economic Investment
In the
past year D
runoff pits first primary ?1
than we did, and one of the main
Shevin and Mixson'a
Robert running
la. because
reasons Gov Wallace and
mate Besides Bob lunch Graham.and a short speech other prominent leaden showed an ? .
Intense desire in .
welcoming the industry

before about 35 local civic leaders and
guests at the Garden Restaurant! of representatives", as well as a
Mlxson's hectic Friday schedule Included .k spirit cooperation
"Workmen's compensation and
breakfast In Green Cove tax
and Lake 4 li reform are also areas that will have to
visits Macclenny
Springs, be worked on. Rates that Industries d
Butler and In Tallahassee.
a stop
have to in Florida
pay workmen'scompensation
The farmer, rancher and businessman ,
from the panhandle pointed out ,,. are twice a* high as
the reasons why Bob Graham would r Alabama :The Sheriff Has It Now!
get his. vote,stressing the fact that one
According to Steve Liner, editor of
of Graham's most positive characteristics
Is his ability to show forethoughtIn the Marianna newspaper who has Nine stalks of marijuana growing the woods near Intersection of SR-li

his actions."Bob Democratic: Gubernatorial candidate Bob Graham's Lt. Governor selection been following the Mixson campaign and Morgan Road were pulled up last week by Deputy Sheriffs Joh Deaipiy.*
Graham won't react from MUion makes point close, the LI Governor's office has and Glen Moore.
one Wayne during a short luncheon speech at the Garden
crisis to another when he's governor restaurantFriday.Minion and his wife Marglr, stopped by Starke for about a. the red reeaides, thereby cutting down The small patch of marijuana been under observation by the two deputiesfa
He follows the theory of antlclpitory hour and half In the midst of a hectic lait-mlnule campaign before today's otherwise tape have that big business would several weeks before they finally pulled It up. Bags round some of the
leadership" Mlsxon said second primary to go through In thegovernor's plants were apparently belag used to cure the marijuana leaves te keep the
Mixson also refuted accusations office. TII8 (the chemical that gives you the high) from dissipating Normal curing
soft Turning to his own future In thestate's flcally designated for lieutenantgovernor's '
Shevin that Graham was taking a method Is to hang the plants upside down to prevent the Juices: from running
stand on the crime Issue. "Bob and second highest office Mixson office, though, according Mlxaon bas visited every county in back down Into the stalk The deputies had never,seen the bagging promts
myself both believe that sudden and Jokingly said, "I m not sure what a to Mixson. "Bob wants me to help the the state during his campaign and before. ..*.
lieutenant governor's Job la, but I state's economic development, to lure says that the qualities he *
.IB definite deter. originallysaw .
sure punishment a The plants have been burned ilnce tills taken. vi'' ,
rent. I'd also like to make It clear that know I'm going to do the best I more business here. We're already in Graham have been fortified In photo wss .
Bob Graham Is definitely a proponentof possibly can at It. looking into the reasons why Florida his day to day relationship with the The find war the second In two weeks, as Deputy Don Denton confiscated 25''
capital punishment. One major (Issue has been spec-! does not attract big business, and :democrat: from Miami Lakes. plants found near Hampton Lakes last week. '


. Homecoming Fever,from pagestudents 1 Camera Club, Eva McKinney, Shinn escorted by Bill Starling. I'

sported their Sunday best trucks from the Starke and county fire escorted by Larry Stone. Charles Jr. Clvitan.Roberts.Ann Ayer, escorted by [St. Edwards Church Hall Every Saturday 8QO; P.M.
Drama Club, Elizabeth Yawn.
attire. Tuesday was color day, with departments, the Sheriffs car, the Jr. ROTC Cynthia Crlttith, '
the freshmen sophomores OilS band and majorettes, and cars escorted by Mike Futch. escorted by Chuck Colbert, 1
wearing red Juniors wearingred from almost every club Involved with FFA Blue Mary Willingham, Science Club Lori Shinn, escorted
and white, and of course, the the high school. escorted by Mike Jackson. by Jerry Baldwin.
seniors wearing the Tornado scarlet Bradford Middle School Principal FFA Gold, Melanie Parrlsh, Spanish Club Genene Diane Dor- 41'1' N T mcl" AVB StarM' Fla
and gray. Jessie Moore will be the Master of escorted by Glenn Gnann. mlney, escorted by Herschel Lee
Costume day Wednesday 'and hat Ceremonies tonight at the Tornado French Honor Society Shere Johnson
day today brought out the real artistic Whirl, where football players from
talent In the students, with costumes the 4-0 squad will be introduced, and
ranging from Charlie Chaplin to a the BUS Band will perform selections,
whiskered cat yesterday, and some of along with numerous other whirl
the wildest headpieces Imaginable activities.
shown off during hat day today FOOD
Other activities in the crowded Sweethearts for the various clubs '
week's schedule Included the taping of and organizations will also be Introduced 4
class skits Tuesday night, with each at tho Whirl tonight.The sweethearts .
class putting the finishing touches on and their escorts are:
their short plays before they present Advanced Chorus, Tammy Baldree,
them tonight at the Whirl. Judges for escorted by Joey tlerres. FAIR '
the skits will be Carl Clark of the Vo- Art Club,J i ella Crawford, escorted
Tech School, Lawtey Principal by Timmy Gasulns.
Charlie Hall, Brooker Principal
Charles Francis, and School Board Beginning Chorus, Dana Luke,
Member Pat Spengler.The escorted by Danny Wolfe.
hammering of nails and the
crunching of paper were the sounds KING SIZEBREAD us. No. EECA

heard coming from the fairgrounds ._
every night this weeki as the students, I off V ITE -
supervised oat chairman APPLE
Warney Adkinson, got their floats
ready for the parade Friday, l POTATOES E
scheduled to start at 1 p.m. Laughterand sestet-
conversation the most t''- 20oz LOAF ,
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predominant sounds to be heard "' SAVE 15C<<
though,as the students got away from #' V D I
the house for the night to mix business A.! $ ,

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Judges for the floats will be CARPETS ANYWHERE Installed :'Bargain*:,in 1,BaMr? e nl011a IWn.
assistant state's attorney Len Carpets may fAMI
Register, Colonel Harry Hatcher, over practically any: TO'MS' fau, FRESN u, ul..aclo BOSTON 21t
School Bd. Director of Title I Cissy surface, whether I' DELICIOUS EER I
Santanglnl, and Lawtey resident concrete, or other flooring [BUTTERMILK >, ITALIAN APPLES
Cynthia Ross. material. Carpets may <
The parade route begins on even be laid over hard or BISCUITS 89KfiEMfNGLISH 5AY'eels' 77 N ICe 11

Washington Street beside the high soft tile floors when PRU .o, lave sz o4

school, and continues down Temple properly put down AUOUIT..OTNSIISKAISSSl Y Y ,
Ave. to Call St. Then the floats will That's the reason we recommend *rSOURDOUGH C
travel I left on Call to Thompson St., professional .ONION 3 $ oo 2O
and come back up SR-100 to Orange Installation. Persons MUFFINS ROLLS SWEET RED
St. The parade entourage will then trained In the business of S.30C SAVC 120 VyLBS BSAVCIT
wind up back at Washington St. carpet laying having 3 1$1 ': 59 C CALIFORNIAGRAPES
Eight floats will be featured in the varying methods of 01' a NEW CROP REDDELICIOUS a

parade,with Art Club 4-11 Club, FFA, installation for different PANTRY PRIDE HEAT SERVE:
and R.O.TC entries competing for types of floors. Be sureto Super Discount

the best float award with the four employ a professional to DINNER ROLLS US. NO. I WCSTSKN
class floats. Also featured in the lay carpet. APPLES FRESH
parade will be the Starke Police, fire Take the same care when BAKINGPOTATOES LAHOS FANCYTOMATOES
buying carpet. See us for 4
the best. We can fill all 12Pak 3/$100. .
Stops in BrookerThe your carpet needs, i vim 10. $13 eA Rto -u

free dally Bus to Santa Fe ''S lOfe I ,OFF I :eJ''
College will now pick up students at j' iY o rn ie'w.

the post offices in Graham and Teal Tile Er f BOHEMIAN I Ii .. ?.. .
Brooker. The bus leaves the Bus Barn CALIFORNIA FRESH GREEN | CRISP
In Starke (near the Middle School) at Carpet: HEARTH BREAD I CUKES I
6:45: a,m. and will be In Brooker at. 964.7423 Starke rid I ON ANY LOAF OF BOHEMIAN I LEMONS CELERY'
7:15: a.m. I mo.a'Ta'M WITH coupon m / OO ; jaW.
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................,................................................... AREA NEWSwith ...........................:.... .e.
HAMPTON Diana Cardin turned mtttetobcr:3rd. Oerkrnan, School Cafeteria:: Manager,
b> Dolor Meng:; Gnann express their appreciation to ,,, .... Coach Rick Ezicll cl bratdanother ", pok to the class about sanitation
their friends and neighbor for the '
..ft Itt of the Health Department
September 291 \ birthday on September 30. requirements
t concern, prayers, sympathy floral them
VOtEV!! : ""' :; offerings, and other acid of kindness At the conclusion of the dinner M Diana Cardin celebrated her 8th Happy Birthday to all! ;! also the Sanitation regular Inspections Officer Mrs.of
the County
served. birthday on Sunday with a party for
extended to them during the Illness lovely decorated cake was school
I'yt'otdt(today. October S for Governor. and death of Mrs. MIllion Gnann Charles new back to New YerkMonday family and friends. They played School: News Derkman. reported to receive that an our excellent
decoratedcake Sea Island Singers continues
games enjoyed a lovely
,.Secretary of State their) mother morning( ;
? and School County Board Memr' ComJnlHsloners -- Mrs Viola Uefibvre celebrated her Ice cream and other floodlea.Beverly Entertain StudeaU report In this area.New .

\,' nappy Birthdays" October 3 birthday with her family Meng of Orlando spent the
and friends 't; : weekend with her family. Mr. and Fifth, sixth and seventh graders etadeataKindergartener .
Senior CttiieiM, Mrs Clifford Prevail, was honored !Mrs. Edith Parker and her daughter. Mrs. Paul' Meng. Lori Stinson went traveled to Bradford Middle School on Lonnie CUster and
of back with her to a few day with Thursday for a presentation by the
: Saturday evening, with a birthday' !Mrs. Helen JeanI1ner'! spend
Everyone: interested !is invited to his sister. 2nd grader Amy Custer,
her family who live near Orlando. Sea Island Singers
dinner enjoy ed at the Blue Water Bay Gainesville Joined other friends onSeptembl'r2"th.
attend the Meeting! of welcomed the school on
Hampton SeniorUtUena at
this experience were
of Mrsv Mr and Mrs. Francis Meng attended In writing about
Restaurant in :Mclrose In celebration In celebration)
: scheduled for .'rlda '. October their transfer from
) celebration Monday,following
of enjoyable.
her home, the 1st birthday they aU agreed was very
of her October :3 birthday.Among Clarke Adkins' birthday at
from t-4 ,m. in the Ctty Hall. Starke Elementary School
p those attending were Mrs. here.Their families have been friendsfor their granddaughter K.retGilbert., They were amazed that Beast Smith
Cystic FipraliMrs. Marcelline Campbell Marlene and at her Mlcanopy home on Sunday. the leader of this group and the granddaughter *
many years.l'OIIl1ratllllUolII
r Handy Campbell. Charlene and David <, Also attending were Lawrence. Rita, of a slave, was actually 7t LUNCH MENU
'. : !Mary Lou t>ccpl s appreciatescvvmtrtbutions tiriffis Graham. Mr and Mrs. A.C, '," Gerald.Kevin.Tommy and Chris,Mr. years of OeLf.13
ti to the (>siic Fibrosis Dennison<< and Mr and Mrs. Joe Mrs Susie Loll bowled the score of" and Mrs. David Meng and family and They the stories, rhythmand Joe
., Foundation Fund for which she is BowUng Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Meng and singing of the group a* well a. MONDAY. Sloppy on
; Nparkman of Gainesville To complete 194 In the Lott's of Beauty
salad french fries
",.l local! Chairman. She will be making a the family party. Mrs. Prevatt'sHon. \ Team on September 26. Since this IIISuale' daughter. Angela. singing along with them.It pineapple ora"julCe., carrot banana. milk.
for themto
'';lew more contacts with her assistants Charles new In from New York first year of bowling;she is to was especially thrilling ClaudettePeterson TUESDAY- Peanut butter sandwich
" <( City as a surprise' a great !be congratulated Mrs. Ernestine Denmarkand macaroni cheese, green
Gratitude deal of. secret arrangements by Mr. and Mrs Harold Wraggrwhorecently Mrs. Jolene Frlese. Halloween Mrs. Carole Stevenson Join In the beans fruit cup, milk.
family members troy Hart of moved to St Petersburgfrom WEDNESDAYFried chicken
and herassistants
Mrs, Klorrie Davis and :Mr. Jimmy Hampton also enjoyed the evening this area enjoyed visiting their 'Carnival Chairman formulating games. carrot celery sticks, mashedpotatoes
,; are busy
Mike Brunetti
family. plans for the Important event which Health Services orange wedge oatmeal
and sons and some of their local milk.
raisin cookie, hot biscuit
takes place at the school on Saturday,
Dwlght Slater'sOpen friends on Monday October 21. Suggestions, donationsand Mrs. Denmark's sixth grade class THURSDAY-Chill w-beans. tossed
Hampton Christian AcademyThe volunteer help are needed and have been studying Health Services to salad fruit cup, cinnamon roll
welcome! Communities.Last crackers milk.FRIDAY .
Food & Seat Hampton Christian Academy'' Wednesday, Mrs Blonnle PLANNING DAY.

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7A.M.12PM.. &Walnut St Academy of Yulee at to 6 a Flag. Football' SOUTHSIDE ELEMENTARY ::::::::: I
game on Friday p.m.In Students In Miss Claudette
last Friday game with Regencyof Peterson's fifth grade class are enjoying ....._..........................-.....u--. ........ ....

MOTOR OIL Jackxomlile. RCA came out vlcto- the results of their award for DATES TO REMEMBER Helen Rivers. Marie Dough man. John
PEPSI 4-929 rowdy with the score of SO to 7. having best representation of parents -Friday October 13: Is a teacher Crews and Laura Garcia Congratulations
The RCA Visitor's Club Is scheduled at the recent PTA meeting They now day so there will be no school to Mike Chappell and Richard
3Q- $119 rs?. ro. 1 e Oz BPk. Tax to meet on October 16 at 730) p.m. at have a guinea pig named Mr. Guineato planning for students that day O'Steen who began a new reader.
& Deo
the school. keep them company. -October 9. Is the end of the first Extra credit research reports have
HCA wishes to thank all who six weeks of school and the end of the been given by Erika Gruen on George'
AU BRANDS t BEER cooperated in making last Friday'sFish Birthdays grading period also. Report cards will Gershwin; Laura Garcia about
BORDEN Fry successful. be sent home on Monday, October leThe Sputnik I; Mike Chappell on Con-
MILK 'UB|. It&9 I Case Hampton Lake News Brandon Phillips celebrated her 7th Halloween Carnival Is set for fuclous Monica Maslowakl about
I' IfOO Over Cost birthday on September 28. Tina Saturday October 28.from 9 tog p.m. Quakers; and Ritchie Overstreet
Happy Birthday to Mark Hodges on Branham was 7 on September 29. on the Southslde School grounds A 10- about Augustus Caesar

speed bicylcle and a bentwood rocker
are to be raffled off. Tickets for each LUNCH MENU
r will be sold at SO cents per ticket with Oct..-lS
the drawing for a winner of each to beheld MONDAY: Hamburger on bun.
FOOD the night of the carnival at 8:30 lettuce, tomato, pickles, buttered
p.m. You do not have to be present to corn, peaches, milk.
win. The boy or girl selling the most TUESDAY Tuna salad on lettuce.
raffle tickets will win a translator' peas fruit ", potato chips, jello
with biscuit milk.

/ s FAIR radio.Parents who wish to pick up their WEDNESDAY! National School
child to take them to view the Bits Lunch Menu Fried chicken, mashed
Homecoming Parade on Friday, potatoes with gravy' carrot It celery
October 6 may do so by coming to the stlx\ orange wedges, oatmeal raisin
office to check them out. Students still cookie hot rolls milk.
at school will walk to see the parade THURSDAY Hot dog on bun.,
I Fi along Thompson Street baked beans,
Mrs. Susan Nichols' Mrs Mary pudding, milk.FRIDAY' .
__ is Teacher planning day.
Agnes Ferguson's kindergarten
A"y GRADE ADOZEN HAVILANO presently working on'recognition of Students holiday.SENIOR.
r COLON s colors and shapes They are presenting
FINE CHINA a unit about fairy tales with ............................
ow.LOPW THIS ami. THIll IODOOCT. EGGS the children becoming completely CITIZENS
ICT. II. Ill,. involved by acting out the stories.

__ .. I LOIN I o0 Y0. ,_ _. oar They are happy to have parent volunteers ...............u...........
: '" Oc..u.Alaa wn. f ,:4 rn r. .IN Mrs. Mary Lou Moore Mrs. conference of the Florida
-'T-t! : Backed by our Its i es Marilyn Maloy, and Mrs Elizabeth The fall
: ww..N
...r'r.w SatisfactionGuarantoeTLove: ,/ a'. and their Council on Aging met at the Treasure
:1::::::=IMMIII.YMth: : e'r fl./ Nettles express appreciation school Island Inn Daytona Beach. September
with the
for their help
...... ..,=. ? emorLeavcramT SKILLET BRAND $ 19 0, /TOLI..CO.N?MKS 2122. Paul Krieger and Joe
wwM=-==:: SLICED SMCAKFAST +ram / + Y program.Southslde presently has about 20 en- Kerrigan were elected delegates from

::=1 r.: e:;:r..::Ia tae, lean BACON.Smoheijl t .Ave Le raa sot, +, &&OQItIGIQV!( D9GV 000 9G tvnYIW rolled In the These parent helpers volunteer come the Senior North Citizens Central and Fla.the Coalition Bradford of

program. Citizens Club, Inc.,
regularly and aid the teachers In the County Senior

M.I IIIMt AM .1C**MOO fMMII, OCfi 1/,14' ,wr...,.- classrooms or playground. This respectively.The keynote. speaker was Jr.
1 NMI rIIINu w I IN r ,MB. OCf Ik Nr WW.III *| N1Iftfl .IN .. s 79r volunteer help la a welcome additionto
,. Turkey Ham so' Iie t'icid'/ f COO Id.Ham aw oar our school program If you would "ar\ur\ wUte theme ,"Advocacycalling '
,iTifna TsUtiat. Ccanli* ii* -w ys &MUoft) =-" ,like to become a part of this uUNtheschool valuable -'. JiA ; /\J\ =.:
assistance group please the
Fine N.1 Taste Bologna KHMS.']i1/ 10' tykes Smoked' "'Sausage : *V* ...,. White
4 the
NN of delegates
S. e.wa.S election:
f Jilt Oscar Mayer Franks *./.n.l / ao* .nu.Biscuits'.... "....w4j59eN': Lunch being served Week all with over the the same country menu on House Conference on Aging, Washington

D.C. 1981.
'"" Ricotta Cheese tun .Ils9! ii' Wednesday,October 11.This,delicious This will be the third whitehouse
fried chicken
meal will consist
FRANKS. -- -- 11 1. American Singles 11or.... S 1 l" w mashed potatoes with gravy, carrot Ic been conference.made since Great former advances whitehouse have
sticks, wedges, cookies
celery orange
LOTS OFi and milk. gatherings held in 19et-lV7l yet much
SEAFOODSECTIOM hot rolls all of the
remains to be done to bring

: Haddock or Flounder M5* m' on Mrs.maternity Charlene leave Ennls.will oresentlv return to her out elderly into the main stream of

U / IL.r.M.s-..... classroom near the end of October. American life.which la the of the
Inflation, course
Portions Martha Shaw has ably
I ICG QUAftTINS WITH iAOK'. Fish Fingers or .VS 20' Miss taut modern economic system playa
i SRMrST ouAKriMir WITH *CK'. ___ ,_...NW/N.wWer in her absence. Mrs Laura the retired and handicapped
u Whiting Fillets ... 5191 former Southslde first. grade teacher, havoc on of
f.ftl-SM s ? oar which affects all segments
IL9.NI6JIOR West Virginia Bacon HN /ss to'' Is now first grade In Orlando, persons of
within the gamut
Yn..rN.erw.w.rl. teach needs
I our
acoitciit Nl.e. r.a. M'941. where her husband now live.
Fish Cakes HIM' 20' health and living conditions
Sunny land Sausage luau s11/ lo' Herruds Sausage sae.1u >a DtllMMWitaillUMI. ... New from Miss Phyllis Goldberg'sfifth Income The everlasting, question of transportation

mil CM* ItsUM t*1 II LykVs"Grill Franks $2" Fish Sticks ,..... 3B' grade room: Erika Gruen and especially in rural areas,.
Hormel'sSausage tie> w 3o< tun 30- Billy Jackson are In charge or raising solution. We can send a
must have a
OFF B3 the flag each morning In front of the
the but we can't put
to moon
EVERYDAY LOW The students were closely
40'1>> school. bus. One taxi cab In a
on a
BRANDSLICED :\ aiLf.WMUX.lv.CUBED. ; LINE following the election and they will be city grandma of e.OOO residents at the cost of$3:
their classroom
STEAKS orROASTS COUNT voting and back is gold nugget transportation
ti1 STEAKS to town
BREAK. BACON ORROASTS STEAKS i ITEMS i November with making the an state's Interesting results. indeed and what elderly or
ASSOOTSO sins .4 VAHISYISS | comparison handicapped person can afford that
1UH8$1 19 78 | .... ..,. Tammy Morrow has contributed a
E.O'. c 1 .'<>KM| Ho*nm It Mil J the price on their meager Incomes. How
CNOKf ..)......._-------------'" beautiful Swedish Ivy to brighten many small towns nationwide are
classroom. The good spellers
.. currently are Monica Maslowiki, suffering likewise?
r. We regreat that club member.
t III SAYS zoo I Vernon Olin was defeated In the

PANTRY PRIDE primary elections for school board
PACKER LABEL : post 1 In Lawtey. Vernon put on a good
FRENCH FROZENLEMONADE LUCKY' JAR EveryDayl-owPricc active campaign but couldn't overcome
J the voting strength of the Incumbent
FRIES AO.VC. 'tbBE.. :- Arthur Gasklns. We'll
"s''ULA"O" PfNN
LEAF c this setback examine Ver.Inon's I
9 9 PFEIFFER accept ,
a' :
CANS6SI campaign: strategy and preparefor
:99c APPLE SAUCE the next time around.An .
U excellent talk and slide show
ffiAUAt*, FRENCH l given by Petty Officer Ron Miller,

......,.... n.... wi-art pltutatg accept ,- N' U.S. Navy Gainesville was
"Sft ; Ask thoroughly enjoyed and a date was set
SUN BOSTON U.S.D.A. FOOD r STAMfCOUPOMS Mm .for a return performance.We .
FRESHSTMAWSMIIS BONNIE BREAD always enjoy visitors. Welcome

./ 1; Charley aboard! Annie Overstreet and Hester

.=..3DOtiAR'DAYS'/"' Blume.Members ill In Bradford County

t Hospital are Lilly Johnson, Betty
Watkins and Pearl Colson. These'
I..r rt IN MII iti tame uesii.' Jots and
tlp w IAYI $100l members could have short, visits
: Wells Balsam Shampoo S10G Westinghouse says '
is words.
.. I ..mZ ., cheerful
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Balsam'lor'' SIOG'sAVI 'e"' ZJ\\ Food Saver "lysw-ffai"\ : sl'.Avg l One moment of silent prayer was
? [ of the soul fo
,,,,,I Well i- 'Q offered (or the repose

fck Signal! Mouthwash 510G fast:: .. Metal Sponge' Mop %rjs2flMstWIfl tArl About This Question John his wife Reedy Adele, Wisconsin were visitors who. to with our

ii,1t AJk7 Seltzer Plus an SlOG S41 Rubbermaid HMBBWCI'V.aetabl.J2OG'AVI1! \ C -I "Spring cleaning should club for many Birthday years. Harry. Rosen-,.

Asi Ponds Milk Skin Cream 510G 1 1MMUMIIlt SAVI I Ansell! latex Gloves 2/1/ SAVI : ,include an 'airing' of Insurance be shine Happy, 88 and Irma Lockwood M.-
,... policies the
O .r Many happy returns of day. ,
Ab! Seltzer aam M IAYt tr <<::;Ie. Rubbermaid; Gadgets 2// 1 SAVI sure that new risks are Next meeting will be October: 10 at

.oiu.. *B iHI>._It'1111 > adequately covered the Pratt St.. Recreation ,Center
Nail Polish Jemover U. 2'1' 1 SAVI 11' Stuart Hall !?SU'a! ; 2// 1uvewmiuimi.ilM > without the needless Starke, at 1 p.m. -
.. ,
< m- -Jos Kerrigan
6 Nw1.e,11111w. Z/'l' DAY[ :: 2'1''/ sAV of overlapping \." '
Summers Eve Douche n2M < Eagle Food Saver.; [ expense : "
.WrNr ). Does ;
policies '
"' Y. hhtheea
ia 0" '.:: =I Flicker Singles {.- h.Saver.r"iVt2U'iu: :..3/J1 SAVE f Charley E. .

k ::: .WIlklnsoiBlades l IOT 3/l ..r.n kieer-Vu Photo Album 2/$3/ ..SAVI'I' Agency agent, a local offer Independent a freesurvey HAD TROOP CAMPOVT Tt

of insurance
i"'ry"";;' "" ; ,.. qirft l-.y .7 ,.., "" ...;..y policies to be certain of -", Boy Scout troop 70 ::went at on the a
,' ampout Friday Sept. 29
j' :
,TOILET' reasonable txrverage2"Charley ; Standing camp ground
R'AJ.O amp
$.HAMPOO ASH IRA" the were Clyde
CAPSULES$ DEoDbVlZtH 'PANS; : i Enjoying. outing
Erie Mo-
Sumner, Wayne Button

$,,100" 14/,1, : ,2/$1: 24$1. : 2/fl ; .JOHNS AGENCY ]raster enagen David. Larry Montgomery.Saucer and. scout-

131 S. WALNUT ST. Clyde Sumner caught the biggest
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Pale It TELEGRAPII Oct,S, 178Tornadoes

i Rip Thro ugh Clay ,,/ TELEGRAPH


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34-6 for fourth Win
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Second-stringers finally got their carried six times for 49 markers. Two Tyson and his blockers went to work. quarter. Twice the Tornadoes got the Fred Woods wrapped him up both Reddish then stopped Robey at.toe
chances in the limelight.Bradford's five yard penalties went against the Marvin went off the left side three ball in the third stanza and twice they to give the offense the ball lineal scrimmage to set up a third*j d
Tornadoes ripped Clay County 34-6 in .Devlls and Doug Reddish put the times, first for seven yards, then for plugged It Into the endzone to turn thegame tom. two situation with just seconds togo
a Friday, September 29, District 6 finishing touches on the match by seven more and finally for a :39 yard Into a rout. Both drives were Robey again got the call, taking. :a
crashing Into the endzona from the buret that put the ball at the CC seven Keyed by the Irrepressible Tyson who Backups March Score' wide pitch, skirting his right end And
game.The Tornado offense marched to two to put the heavily favored Tornadoes yard line. Doug Reddish negotiatedthe scored his sixth and seventh TD's of then cutting back and knifing Inta.theendzone ;
paydlrt the first two times It touchedthe In the lead. last seven yards off right guard the season to cap the marches This time the backup offense got with just two seconds to g*in
ball In both halves to settle the Clay's blue-clad offense sustained a and Marcus Cruc_'. second extra Tyson opened the second half with a cranked up, churning for a 51 yard the"a me. A pass attempt! on the extra
i Issue with the wlnless Blue Devils and drive on their second time out as a point made It 14-0. 22 yard kickoff return and then ran coring drive Jordan ripped off gains point failed to end the scoring 34-8.
allow hard-working bench warmers a tumble paid off. Maxwell was cut The remainder of the first half was the ball eight times on a nine play CII.tx.three and six yards to move the
chance at Friday night glory. down at the line scrimmage by BUS scoreless as the Tornado defense scoring drive 54 of the so yards along ball into 'Devil territory and Reddish ttl
Once again senior ball-toter Marvin linebacker Danny Ilildebrand on a refused to yield and mistakes slowed the way were Tyson's with Norman moved the ball further with a 10 yard
Tyson stole the show In a relentless third and Inches keeper at the CC 44 the offensive pace. going the other six on a third and one scamper. On second and 10 from the
Big Red ground game.The 170-pound but the 'Devils opted to go for It on a Burly sophomore tackle Frank sneak that kept the push alive The 25 Jordan slid off right guard to get to .s
tailback cruised to his second consecutive fourth and Inches down. Maxwell Swindell made sure the Blue Devilsdidn't score came on a seven yard Tyson run the 18 before Chastam and Kenny _
200 yard rushing game with 217 again called l his own number on a strike back after the second that made the count 20-0 after Cruce's Clark: teamed. up for the last BUS
yards in 28 shots Into the line-and he quick sneak and garnered two yardsto BUS score.Twice stopped Clay ball conversion kick was blocked score of the night Chastain powered tow=
didn't run at all In the fourth quarter. keep the drive alive Robey earned carriers In their tracks as the Tor- After Alton Moore foiled a Blue through three tacklers for IS yards
Still, Tyson wasn't the only ground another first down as he gained 15 nadoes forced a punt. Devil screen pass attempt the offense before fumbling the ball Into the-
threat against Clay, Running mates stripes on two runs to push the ball to got another shot and made good endzone from the three and Clark fell
Doug Reddish and Marty Chastain the Bradford 40. That was as far AS again. Tyson ran behind crunching on the bobble for six points. Crure's M
took time off from blasting open holes the Devils would go blocks for nine,seven and seven yards kick put the Icing on the highest BHS
for Tyson to run for 94 yards in just 'and a face mask penalty against the scoring show of the season, making It
seven carries between them and Th.v 'Devils moved the ball to the CC22.
Tyson's understudy Mike Jordan, a Norman then scrambled out of the 340.Late In the game CC moved Into
sophomore, ripped to 34 yards on five pocket and, though he lost the handle Bradford territory when a U yard (face
fourth quarter carries to finish as en the ball still picked up two as he masking penalty was tacked on to a
BUS' second leading rusher In the Jr'ea recovered his bobble Tyson then did five yard run by Robey Alton Moore
win. Quarterback Jeffrey Norman r the rest, going off the right side for stopped a Maxwell line
also drifted out of the pocket success three yards, then running 15 yards to of scrimmage and ahaalfback pass
fully, netting 15 yards on four carries. + Mt bust the 200 yard rushing mark and failed the Blue Devils appeared
All-totaled the Tornadoes gained finally gunning In from the two stopped, but Robey busted a cutback
320 yards on 45 running plays-a 7.1 Cruce's kick lifted the margin to 27-0 sweep for 25 yards to the BHS 15 The m
yard per attempt average. with 1:33: to go In the third period. first-string defense was shuttled back n
in to protect the scoreless streak and First-year wldeoul Kenny Clark
BUS Finally Scored On INI' Clay Lets Passes Fly this time they held Kevin Reddish recovered a teammate's fumble In the
stopped Maxwell for no gain, Richard end one for his first high school
If there was any home-side By this time Clay County was filling Milner broke up In the end/.onu, touchdown.
disappointment in Bradford's fourth the air with passes in an attempt to Woods stopped Chuck Bridges for a
straight '78 win It was because BHS' cut the gap but BHS' coverage was as three yard gain and Swindell hauled IJI
proud defense finally gave up a scoreto f tight as the proverbial glove. Maxwell down in the backfield to end Clay (sI
end its regulation scoreless string u As the fourth quarter started the series for the frustrated 'Devils
offense for Sophomore Defensive Tackle Tornadoes bobbled the ball P Ir...downs pal
After dominating Clay's Maxwell tried to hit wingback Brian The ,..
three quarters and bottling up Blue Frank Swindell won the Defensive Ownbey twice but Donald Reddish back and again the defense was called .PMMKfMl* ydl < !. t"1
Maxwell's Front Player of the Game Award for' had the shutout from their .ss.scmp.stt... .
Devil quarterback Jeff both attempts covered and back to protect iyii/441\ MtI
attempts to throw Clay County back his play against Clay County Rogers batted a third down pass IS. ..unt.*v* MM .'.:..1.
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into the game the Tornadoes saw their away.A ..n.ltl.t-vm 4.11 'OJ'
scoreless quarter streak end at 14 Two weeks ago speedy Bradford! Backs Ramble 22 yard punt return by Chastaln CC Scores With Ticks Left ../ 1
when Blue Devil tailback Aaron Roby Marvin went for naught as the Tornadoes 't.v, ...r..
cracked Into the endzone from the two running named Player back of the Week Tyson by wa the Bradford then showed off Its fumbled the ball away but by now it slanted off right guard and iR! 'J''.11''N'
yard line with just two seconds left In Gainesville Sun. Last week he cut Into complete backfield on the ensuing was a backup backfield that was got eight before Isaiah Jenkins could JcorlnoiSHSi .
A Bradford fumble and 25 Its shot at the action. collar him and late hit penalty ?. I
the game. a defense for ZIT yards possession. Marty Chastain sliced for getting a Norman 1 yd run Cruc kick >
yard burst by Robey set the stage for Clay County's Week honors for The fumble gave Clay a first downat moved the ball to the Bradford three .Hit I ..ddllh' it run Cruet kick* 140Sell .
of the Reddish three times .
and Player six yards, ran
won Tvlon > run kick/ Mocked) 30
the streak-snapping score. the CC 43 and the Devils tried to yard line-first and goal. : :: iII
from the Florida: Times-Union. IS, Norman kept for 11 and Tyson suss i Tvton I r ,4 Cross kick OPS
Robey ground out 86 yards In 20 pounded for gains of 5 and 7 yards as move the ball on the ground to no Robey tried the middle but Hilde- HI Clark fumbl rtcowtry In .nd...... Cricklcki .
carries for the 'Devils but CC's at avail.Willis tried the left side on third brand plugged the gap, allowing 140 V
BIiSrolled to the CC 37. Norman then
tempts to throw against the seasoned Devils Slopped and four and fourth and three but Clay's junior just a yard. Kevin Cloyi Roboy t yd. run, POI'1."IeI, 540. lA
Bradford secondary were fruitless. lofted a 32 yard strike to wldeout Scott
Allen but with defenders beating down I
Clay QR Jeff Maxwell Robey was stopped at the line of
interception at the five.
Allen couldn't hang on
five of 20 with one
scrimmage by middle guard Kevin
and only one of his last 14 aerials was Heddlshand Maxwell then was jarred Three plays later Tyson bolted out of a I
caught by a Blue Devil down by safety Dwayne Cummmgs on pack of tacklers and ran 27 yards tothe Tornadoes Lock Horns With
five but a clipping penalty on the
at the
a QB sweep, again scrimmage
Offense Rolls Early line. On third down Maxwell threw to play moved the ball all the way backto __ .
Robey as he sneaked out of the CC the Clay 47 and halted the scoring
Bradford's offense wasted little backfield but Bus defensive end Alton attempt. Rams Tomorrow In What 1
time In exploiting the Green Cove- Moore stayed glued to the Blue The half ran out without another
Clay defense, scoring on its first two Devil's leading runner-receiver and serious scoring threat. BUS monster
possessions.After limited him to a two yard gain. On back Dale Rogers ended one CC
CC lost two yards on Its first fourth and eight Clay again went to possession with an interception and Could Be HC Barnburner
offensive series the Tornadoes accepted the air, this time out of field goal manuevered 26 yards with the returnto J
the ensuing punt in excellent formation but Maxwell's pass to full set BHs up at the CC 22 but Clay .
field position at midfield and rolled back Richie Willis fell Incomplete. stopped two Norman passes to thwartBrsdford's In a game that has the Ingredients outstanding reqprds.BIJSJs,,10> hil.. avid play: m key, role In the game m it jII)!!
into the?endzone, In nine plays, Tyson Bradford's second score came more attempt to clinch the of a super high school football game ,:Eastslde enters the fray w I I.u J-L c ulllsl'F'ncglra, { bar '- II
!IS rapidly than the flrst-ln just five contest. Bradford's Tornado* utvlJl< host kvnKMjA 4viatfiBWd iBdS 41&&MiwN MutiUiB- $
1:1: plays to be exact. After a mishandledsnap Third Quarter. Spree Clinches Win,. Gainesville Easlside's Rams Friday ties awe F nt,-It IsllSniecornmg I (I 'Hams tan be expected :battle Bract-'
from center netted a two yard night, October 6, at 8 p.m. weekend for the Tornadoes .and an ford's charged up running game witha
FLORIDATHEATRE loss and set the ball at the BHS 43 The clincher came In the third The game matches two teams with overflow crowd can be expected to four down-three linebacker setup
view the ballgame and accompanying that will also utilize a roving-pursuing
festivities. Secondly; .the BUS monster-man against the run. -If
Eastside war will showcase skirmishes Tyson and running mates Doug
between Bradford's Marvin Reddish and Marty Chastaln get the'
Call & Walnut Tyson-led ground attack and East- running room they've become aCuistomed -
Starke 964-5451 side's aggressive, ball-hawking to It will be because the{
....................N......... cow defense.and between Eastside's offensive line of Ronald Mathews('
Fri Sat Sun explosive, pro-style offense and Bradford's Allen Scott,AI Chapman Johnny BeU,
rock hard "Friday Night Marcus Cruce and alternating guard
Defense." Fred Woods and Alton Moore handle
"This Is a big, big game for us." the Ram stoppers better than anyodt
Offensive Line Coach Bob Hancock else has this season. The Rams have
summed up as he looked ahead, to allowed less than four points a gamIn }
Friday's game, "It's not District 78.
game but I think it could be the game
that determines the outcome of our
0 season. If we can win It and go into the More Preview
CANDYENPROAl open week unbeaten we'll be In good I
shape" on pg. 11
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Oct.5, II7M TELEGRAPH Page 13

I Willie Brown Jr. 2nd Contest Winner JV Gridders Have Best Outing, But Fall To 0-3 I

Bradford'JV went down to defeat to break into the endxone becauae"we time before the Baby Tornadoes
I twice lout week but Baby Tornado hurt ouraelw_." played them near even football after
Lawtey realdeai'wm... Bro... Jr. Unloa CaBtjr-llwtherne Coach Sam Chenoweth praised hit "We were opening holes and running intermission. Tailback Donlel Dottor
woo the TELEGRAPH'* second Fall Willie tabbed VC gam* f tll.lb' second outing of the week a. well but; every time we'd bust a busted an 89 yard touchdown sprint to
,......U Contest last week. ....,(::8...they were playing a* a at wfaMr home" "*llr beat showing of the year." 10-13 yard gain we would' hay a Mcount for the only BHS score
bat Hawthorn* leek the The second game waa a H)road low penalty or something call it back Doster had another long TO kickoff
victory.ftteond to St. Augustine still, I with our return called back
Brown nbtcd Tuesday. October 3, was very pleased
only most the IX place ended In
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a and left the BHS JV ai overall effort, It was the first football JV Its fourth
Meal game to wi. .... |M calkprt Nettle Norcworthy and Jim '" 0.3 for the The Tornado plays
> *.with a record that wUI ke UmgkM bulb nf .tar... riatoUnf Nguyen.behind ..- ,'I'1'' The Yellow Jacket Junior game of the year where." we've put two game of the season on the road at
Vanity Jumped to halves together Oct. 12.
match M Urn SMMM gees an.lie hit Brwwa with nine right three f I'tt out an early lead good Palatka next Thursday
wrong When they scored on their first Last Thursday. September 28. Kickoff time Is 730.
"U.. money on apse.. that taw cards.Other matched. that M work- ," l 1"118111II l but from that point on the pome-red Gainesville High's talented Baby .. . . ,c
Wa Alagl FloridaDallas defense dominated Canes came to town ripped Bradford' -
'nU sa d MluUgippI. were just three off on the tiebreaker ''I> play. 16
Chenoweth said his offense also had JV'a :30-6 but even that score Sport. on Page
1st.1)1 wit his only miss being the with 4 t total point pe...*. Willie Brown its best performance to date but failed won deceiving. illS led 30-6 at half-

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Pan and Kick Is the name of the game that competition kicked off l.sl weekend at Pratt Street FieldIn kicking the ball well enough to move Into the next level of In the picture above Jimmy Schoening punt. Clinton. ttt!
N younK*wr. all over the country are playing this fall. Local Starke with its area youth punting, passing and competition to be held In Jacksonville. Oct. It. Jenkins passes and Carlton Johnson kicks. _j;: I

Bradford area youngsters participated Fender won the trip to Jacksonville by 250 and Stephen Spell 233"' :
in the first leg of the national 212'x to 242 over Wayne Cnbbs. Third Ford Motor Company sponsors the Record Warner winsame I
Punt, Puss and Kick competition place finisher Doug Green finished nationwide competition that will cul- Jr. Midgets Pop
Saturday morning, September 30, at just four-and-one half feet out of first minate with national finals at the ,
the Pratt Street field with one winnerin at 238.:: Super Bowl and the local Ford dealer The Junior Midget Cowboys Mlddleburg club Saturday at four tackles. Offensively Jones and>,.I)
each of the six age groups moving The oldest age-division producedthe provided trophies to the top three thumped Middleburg 21-2 to record Bradford Field as they try to raise Aaron., Mathews played good games :
on to the next level of competition in highest score of the day with 13 finishers in each division.The date for the first 1978 victory for a Bradford their record above the .500 mark. for the Cowboys. '
Jacksonville year old Emmett Walking reeling off Jacksonville area competition will County Pop Warner football team last Bradford's Peewee team droppedIts rv
Spirited and friendly competitionwas 2UO points to win over Scott Hudson, be set soon. Saturday. September 30, while the third straight as they 'were out- .d
the order of the day as the contestants other two local grid clubs went downto scored by Lake Butler 26-0 Saturday. All three Bradford Cowboy teams
cheered each other on with the defeat. The Cowboy Peewee's managed only have home games at the high school,
help of parents and friends in the The Junior Midgets evened their three first downs but did get 35 yards field Saturday.October 7. In a Peewee
stands The event was bused on the BHS Harriers Run at record at one win one loss and a tie rushing from Billy Key burg and 26 'matchup the Cowboys play Keystone\ ,
aggregate distance and accuracy of for the season with the road win that yards rushing from Tony Olggs. at 11 a.m The second game will,..,
one punt, one pass and one kick by was headed by a sparkling per match Bradford's Junior Midgets
each boy or girl. formance by Kenny Davis. The Defensively the Peewees were led Middleburg at 1 p.m. and the
The eight year.old division was won Kenney St. Augustine slender speedster ripped off 139 yards by Eric Lane Jody Grlffls and Danny play will close out with the local"' '
by Dowry Williams, who amassed a rushing scored two touchdowns and Manning with five tackles each and Junior Peewees playing Orange Park
126 foot total in the three specialties to Bradford High School fielded a lullboy's made 10 tackles In the win. Frank Sheffied who had four stops. at 3 p.m. :./?
outdistance runnerup Jamey Carver. team for the first Craig Sapp gained 86 yards on the Mlddleburt's Junior Peewees put a There will be chicken dinners :
crass country
lOll'.. and Bret Loren Bennent, 107'i time this season in last Saturday's ground and scored the other BC 44-0 hurting on Bradford's youngest served during the day Saturday to,,;:
Hal Wood was the nine-year-old Bishop Kenny Invitational while inJuries nS1r touchdown while Sapp 'and Vince team. It was the second loss of the benefit the local Pop Warner' *
champ with 178 points with David and other problems limited the Culverson scored extra points to cap season for the Junior Peewees who association and dance will follow the
Hamilton's I Ifoot\ total good for girl's team to running individually Ir. the scoring. were led by Johnnie Clark who had :27 ball games JIIQ
second place over Robert Starling, two meets last week. Helping Davis on defense were yards running and 39 yards passing. The Pop Warner Dance Will be held,M
130 Bradford's boys finished 14th In the Wayne Slocum, with nine tackles and Mlddleburg's Pirates built up a 25.0 .from 7:30 10:30: p.m., at the Clvllrioi
10 year old Clinton Jenkins ripped a strong. 16 team Bishop Kenny event. Culverson and Gary Carter with half time advantage'despite the play Defense Building Saturday night. "Jt t
kickoff of nearly 30 yards on the way Todd Samons led the Tornadoes past seven stops apiece. of Douglas Ashley, six tackles, Gary Admission will be 50 cents for
toa217''a taut tota 1 and a win in the 10 the finish line with Johnny Tatumthetop The Junior Midgets get a shot at the Wise five stops and Steven JOnes, 'students and $1. for adults
old division. John
year- Hamilton 1!>3.
and Silas Jenkins 181'a' finished BUS finisher in the previous two 'M
second and third meets hitting the tape as the second rH'Johnny

The 11-year-old ago group was won Tornado finisher 'r I
Football if
by Gerald Brown 230',, with John At a trl-meet at St. Augustine Dolphins, Bengals Leaders
David Francis 20). second and Shawn Tuesday, October 3, BHS' boys were '
Brown. 204'n.' third. beaten by P.K. Yonge and St. first won their second straight with a 19-0 were able to hold on for their second;
Klchie Fender won the slightest of Augustine. Tatum took eighth In- The Dolphins won their two decision over the Steelers. Wendell win of the season 'n
victories in the 12-year-old class.LIQUORS dividually with a 17:23: clocking while games to take the lead in the 6-9 year Shanks again was the big gun scoringall In Tuesday, October 3, play thejvu
of the Starke RecreationDepartment's
old division
in 12th at 17:24.
Samons came
Into first withuw,
squeezed puce
of the game's three touchdowns. Bengals
Wilson was 15th in St. Augustine at Tatum-top Bradford boy'stram Youth Flag Football win the Chargers. Richie
19-14 over
He tallied on a 40 yard run, an eight a
r 4' .l\t',2,with Mike Whiff lath at 19:23: .,flnbher In ,'he St. Augustine League while the twice-tied Bengali Fender- staked !' > aft
its lIrc1il'\ Lthe'Chertrowile
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arid Frank Cons 17th at 20:53. crodn country run. leadtha Charger by a hair In the 10- return to push his, team tnldpilteC-1-'t'edHy'12Ad wh \ .
Only four BUS girls ran In each of 12 division. place.Monday's. the 35. The extra point was no"good.tu:

.; Griffith the two was meets the top last Lady week.Tornado Cindy the dual meet. Judy Hankerson was In 6-9 age action Wednesday, opening game saw the The Bengals grabbed the lead when
801. N. Toiniile finisher in both runs, clocking a 12:06: the the meet with a 13:23: September 27, the Dolphins beat the Cowboys squeeze by the Raiders 7-2. Barry BoswelT's 28 yard scoring run:'
time to finish fourth In the BK Invite clocking wile Tamara Ktherldge Raiders 257.Wendell The winners scored first on a 20 yard was followed by an extra point run by'1:
and running a 11:28: time on the came in at 13:29: for third. Valery Shanks did most of the run by Chuck Coburn and held on for Micole Scott.
shorter St Augustine course to win Chandler finished sixth at 14:01, damage for the Dolphins. Shanks the victory. The Raiders score came The Bengals'put the game away
BUDVVEISER OLD the tw -team meet. Bradford girls Bradford's harriers will next run scored the game's first TD on a 10- when Ron Brown caught Bo Bishop in 'with two second half touchdowns.
finished first, second, third and sixthto Tuesday, October 10 at Palatka. yard Interception return and ran for the endzone for a safety. First John David Francis passed for
12 Oz. dominate St. Augustine but because They'll go to the ksonville Lee the two point conversion to give his The 10-12 year olds play on eight yards to Gerald Petteway and
12 02."I Can they didn't have a full team didn't win Invitational Saturday, October 12. team a 7-0 lead Later he scooted in Tuesdays and Thursdays. In Thursday. then Francis scored himself on an 18
Case < / 99 for a score on a. 30 yard running play September 28 action the yard run. The Chargers closed out the
I that followed his second interceptionto Bengals and Gators played to a 14-14 scoring with a 20 yard pass from"
CaseMICHELOtf1 BHS Volleyballers Outspike PalatkaBradford's boost the lead to 130. Mark Strick- tie In both team's second outing of the Fender to Ron Willis. Fender threw:
land then reached the endzone on a season. The Bengals opened the again to Willis for the two point)
Lady Tornadoes shot The Lady Tornadoes next play a five yard run to give the Dolphins a 19- scoring with a 25 yard pass from John conversion that made the game 19-14.;'
past Palatka 13-3. 15-4 Thursday road doubleheader Wednesday, Oct. 0 halftime advantage.The Davy Francis to Mlcole Scott while The Packers came from behind to*'
LIGHTBottles night, September 28, to push their II, Against tough Santa Fe and Raiders opened the second-half Hampton's Gators came back on a beat the Gators 32-26 in another/
volleyball record to three wins-two five TD from Brad Tuesday afternoon squeaker The
yard play
Hawthorne at Santa Fe. SF's Lady scoring with a 20 yard TD run by Chris pass
I losses; on the season. loss Bradford Noegel.. Noegel's extra point run Russell to Woody Jones. Both teams Packers took the early lead on a 10
$ The easy win against the District 6 Raiders pinned a The on home made it 19-7 but the Dolphins closed failed to convert and the score was 6- yard pass from Tommy Crosby tog|
earlier In the next
g58 opponent was Bradford's third win in match season.is set for out the game with a win as Shanks a. The Gators took the lead when .Andy Chaff that made it 6-0. Hampton,
volleyball Tuesday
its last four outings but Head Coach ripped off a 40 yard touchdown run to Russel ran In from the eight and bounced back with Brad Russel scootIng ",,
October 17, against St. Augustine.
Inez Harvey said the BUS girls still end the scoring. passed to Andrew Timmons for the over on a 30 yard run that tied th"Jgame. ;
-And''Scry' tf aren't playing as well as they can. :Tipoff time Is 7 p.m conversion that made the score 13-6. Again the Packers took thjj!
Buy .... The Bengals scored the evener on a 40 lead, this time on a 20 yard pass play
The second Wednesday game saw yard by Francis and then from Crosby to Allen Hall Hampton
the Steelers rip the Cowboys 28-6 In got the crucial extra point on another strung together three TD's In a row to
: both team's opener. The winners pass from Francis to Scott. The game .surge into the lead. Woody Jones ,
j, IMPERIAL -: started the scoring with a 10 yard TD ended as a tie when neither team passed 10 yards to Russell: then JoneS:
.___ 1MI91S1SOMI1IS run by Allen Gonzalez and Ron Brown could score in the overtime tie scored on two Interception returns or'
(Blend) ran for the extra point to make it 8-0. breaker. 10 yards as the Gators built up a 26-12
Those two hooked up on a pass play to The Chargers topped the Packers lead The Packers cut the gap to 26-19
$59. Increase the margin with Gonzalez 13-8 In Thursday's second game as at halftime as Andy Chaff scampered<
hauling in Brown's aerial for a 20 yard they scored twice and then held off a into the endzone from 40 yards out and
touchdown play. The lead ballooned to Packer comeback try Richie Fender added the two point conversion on
e55 21-0 when Gonzalez intercepted a gotsix Charger points on a 25 yard run J
J&B COStS Cowboy lateral and scampered 45 and then threw a 15 yard scoring pass run.The second half was all Packers a (
yards to paydirt.The Cowboys scored to Kay Allen that gave the winners a they came back to win their firs*
(Scotch) their first TD of the season on a 25 13.0 lead when Fender ran in for the game of the year. Chaff passed I*
s 69sth, tbeong yard run by David Williams while the conversion point. The Packers cut the yards to Johns to make it 28-2$ and|
in .Steelers finished the scoring with a 32 gap to 13-8 when Tommy Crosby then the Packers won the game on a 2W
yard pass and run play from Brown to threw to Kevin Johns for a 15 yard TD yard pass play from Crosby to Johns Jj
n' Rickey Taylor. and the same pair hooked up for the Crosby ran in the last two polntt
,,, Monday. October 2, the Dolphins two point conversion but the Chargers 'conversion to close the scoring.


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I Kitchen's Still Unbeaten, Hampton Takes Over 2nd .

ufinHWn? for touchdowns 0(10 and one threw for five scores and ran for Hampton signal-caller threw l8yardsto
Kitchen's Tile rolled on unbeaten Tom Paladin, five yards to
HaUUf before Inter another
r'arming while Hampton took over second ) Hampton took a 19.5! lead Into the Kauleraon and 35 yards to Jimmy
place an both won in Sunday, October .. break Kauleraon and Alvarez
; took over the QB halftime as
1. Men'a Flag Football PlayKitchen's 110111 half and the results Hrevatt scored on runs of nine and
ripped the Sharks 39-O In and Prevatt Mac's second half tallys came on a
for the unbeaten KT five respectively
t The the highest scoring outburst by one TD yards yards for a TD to J.J. 19 yard run by Chandler and a 35 yard
team In the Starke Recreationsponsored Charlie- \ | a then,' hanker pan threw Wheeler.eight Mac's<< tint half score came pass play from Chandler to Anthony

>> league so far. ,_ dllh Gene 1Ie'4IIIon' an IB yardboring Common.
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eight yard pass
F to an early lead with five :Hnmplon play won a battle for second' Chandler on an to Theodore Pittman and a Next Sunday, October a, Hampton
r first half scoring tosses giving the Chandler. will meet the Sharks at 1:30 p.m. with
ce over Muc's Music 38- two point conversion run by
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BenchWith winners a ount as Gene FUuterson scoredlowndowns Hampton scored three times In the
hit Dennis Crawford with a 33 yard -1 and Jackson Prevail litttt half, all on Prevatt passes. The Muaring off at 3 p,m..Eastside ,
strike and an 18 yard TO pass, then "
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BUS Crack Top!. word that ,' Wo're confident," Hartley said inreference after sitting out last week while swing feels he will be more down effective lineman block.that
"Aggressive, that's the tackle Josh Sutherland will sit out a Ing against! a
Bradford'.four game win string impressed statewide pollsters enough to comes( to my mind when I think ol "We've to his veteran secondary and second straight game with an arm Eastslde will set opposite the guards.
move the Tornadoes Into the Florida'top 10 this week. BUS Is rated tenth In the Eastside," said BUS Head Coach of Improved every game worried Injury.The starting stop crew will be Woods will slide over to Chapman'stackle
SA poll that.Is headed by Ft Lauderdale Aquinas.District 6 opponent St.Augustine David Nurse, and the Ram defense Instead we're looking!going Into forward the game to it as a Kevin Reddish, nose guard; Alton spot. Center Marcus Cruce,
dropped out of the top ten after being whipped by Jacksonville Bishop deserves that definition. Moore and Mosely, ends; Frank guard Johnny Belt tackle Allen Scott
Kenny last Friday. BK la rated ninth this week. Si Augustine received votes In Three studs on the EasUldo defensive ,challenge: Eam.side alHo boasts a breakaway Swindell and Fred Woods, tackles; and tight end Ronald Mathews round

the poll as did Alachua Santa Fe. line are end Val Brown, 6-$ 200 and "threat, In running back Larry Harris, Danny Ilildebrand and Isaiah out the offensive front with wideout

BUS Would Meet and tackles Doug Smith, 6-3 203, who has ripped off scoring runs of Jenkins. linebackers; Dale Rogers, Kenny Clark, quarterback Jeffrey
Fa mlllar Face la Sad Season Tommy Ross, &-8 180. Hancock over W> yards three times this year, monster man; Richard Milner and Norman and running backs Doug
Ross the best of the bunch, saying the Eastside likes to run draws andcounter Donald Reddish, corn rbacks, and Reddish, Marvin Tyson and Marty
SL Augustlix
If Bradford manages to annex the DistrictAAA crown from fireplug who wears jersey number 63 Cummings, safety out the offense.
round playa for Harris. Their Dwayne Chastaln rounding
of tile trap
and Palatka they,figure to meet a familiar neighbor in the first gets lost In Eastside's tall front line offensive line In a physical one with Offensively one change will be Coach Hurse also mentioned that Dale

slate playoffs. but continually hunts out the ball tight end Uennie Smith, :310, tackle made in the Interior line with AI "Peabody" Rogers has looked goodon
round playoffactloa
In first
The District S champ meets the District a survivor carrier."He Chapman; and Fred Woods swapping In and get a
andtheTornadoesplaymore spinet District S clubs than attains off blocks and stays wilt Val Brown. 6 :r. 200. and center Doug offense practice may
Eastaide an fights Smith. 6-3 205 anchoring II will move toguard shot at the tailback position against
Gainesville Buchholz and Gainesville I've seer Chapman
their own District the play as well as anybody positions
overtime two weeks agand < "lh Lastly, the llama have an extra Line Coach Bob Hancock Eastaide.
front-runners District 8. Bradford beat Buchholz In this year,"Hancock: said of Ross, Donnie where
offensive In placektcker
meets Eastside tomorrow night.Santa Fe Is a darkhorse contender behind be blocked but if you don't stay or --- I
In UM can Van Vie who has piled up 23 point -
Buchholz and Eastside The Tornadoes saw action against the Raiders top of him he'll come back and plug
Bradford also Ocala Vanguard and OcalcForest said Bell wlf\ kicking in four gomes and has lust
spring and fall Jamborees. plays the hole up. Hancock missed on a handful of SO yard field
of District 6. draw Ross most of the time" and "hoi goal attempts, Von Wle regularlykicks ( YOUR

Tyson Player of Week Again his work cut out for him. lid off Into the cndzone and also
linebackers a
Marvin Tyson's $17 yard, two touchdown performance against Green Cove- Eastside's and handles the punting chores for the
love to come up
of men
week earned him the Florida Times-Union's award as Area Player secondary Gainesville school.
Clay last Tailback Larry Harris, HEALTHBy 1
Gainesville Sun the week play the run. obvious
the their
with all
the Week Marvin had won a similar honor from linebacker and Is 8 Even
before after be riddled Buchholz for over 200 ground yards.On tea, doubles as a while safety Ken strengths,, EiHtslde: also has glaringweaknl'Sses.
the season Marvin has 724 yards In 111 carries That computes to a 181 Jarring tackler for the ball and The Rams have commUted Ron Dopson
I've to hear of a big-school James,173 has a nose far mistakes <(<
game-and 6.S2 yards clip. yet will more penaltiesand
yard average per seems to love to hurt people DOCTOR OF CHI ROPRACTIC
back In North Florida with better figures. crunching stops. Linebacker Rlckej; turnovers) than a consistent!
afford make and had a
winner to
Bradford's Carter Set For Tuske gee Outburst Buxton Is another hard hitter. can weeks Pain in the lower back is one of the most
offensive effort two
Carter has been hobbled by a pulled When ,Eastside has -played run hapless. In addition ago common complaints of people today.In fact,
Former ace Tornado runner Andrew ..eallOlthey've In a 2 a less to Hal.itka wU suffer the discomfortof
teams this 8 of 10 people
Football oriented IInd every
the season at Tuskegee Institute but the Head though Ensuide is as unorthodox
muscle during early tendency to stack up and low back pain al mme time In their Uv.*.
the 1976
Coach of the Alabama school says hey expecting great things from running backs while unpredictable as any team on the

BHS graduate. gang-tackle running teams to do what they; Tornado schedule Bradford's couches Low back pain is most often due lo mechanic defects of lh
"He's some kind of football player,"Golden'Tiger coach Haywood Scl sum daring would rather not do-throw the ball have displayed a quiet confidence that iplne. These are usually caused by Improper lifting or other
said of Carter,"he's proven he can play -- Tornado quarterback Jeffrey Normal they know the Hams well and have u cxceniv.(train.
that will Bradford to
be pressed Into a situation when game plan carry
Tuskegee' has one-thousand-yard he may will have to show Eastsida hli\ ita fifth straight triumph. Structural) or mechanical! defect. of the low back may
rusher Robert Watkins at tailback skills to keep the Rams "U we do our jobs we can beat develop slowly over a period of months or teen.Often then
this year but next season Sclssum said ale, passing them lime I summed up. "Worewellprepared is no pain other than an occasional"catch which warns of
he, hopes to team Carter with 220 guessing Offensively the Rams have a big for them. The entire more serious trouble ahead.
coaching staff hat seen Kastsldo play
offense that will operate from i a
pound fullback Edward O'Neal In the play number\ of different formation: twice and that's unusual.' Of course and, Detection of spinal defects In the early stages! Is strongly
also scouted them once
attack"to a designed to get their skiD posltloi recommended. Chiropractic cafe Identifies and corr.ctllum
Blue Devils ground give seen the films.We know what w.e haveto
one of the beat backfields In our conference people the ball in open field situations do.:' condition.
at least," quarterback Huey Blackman has There a
speedy set of wldeouts to throw'to 1 In RONALD DOPSON
Sherman' and made Bradford starting lineup
r number 10, Mike In the
Tuskegee has won one and lost two number 42, Quintin Robinson. Both! for Frid.iy'8 game Ave. Starke, 964-8018
so far In 1978. In last week's 17-7 loss y can bust defenses with circus catche On the defensive side Mark Mosely 864 N. Temple
to Morris Brown College of Atlanta .' and lose defenders with their speed wll| return to his defensive end snot
hurt and had a' 19 yard ran At times the Rams will bring in a thin ..
run from scrimmage and also tossed ; receiver and run out of a double slot- ----
halfback pass. Unfortunately
18 yard
r back setup.
the former Tornado may looks 'whaven't
< show us some
"The y'l
be relegated to the sidelines for but we'Ustay- J ,
now seen this season ; (1)) "
said his leg injury \\s-
Sclssum some
awhile. basic defense with just :
was worsened-In that game. Andrew Carter in Blight our alterations," said Deferwtv'" ,,'(,..1 :411..lit -.

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after t one
has three more seasons college eligibility and defending Black National "This is definitely the best set 01 m CleII U. 1' its v w
.The Golden Tigers play both Bethune-Cookrnan on October 21 while receivers we'll face," said SecondarY; .J _e o' 'c 4 1) !! --- !e-.
BC visits Tuskegee ...
Champion Florida A&M this year. ta play the Rattlers October 28. Coach Mike Hartley, "Buchholz was i avery .1: -a .>..011I0 N ell'O-- ..-- / F .... -. .
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and his teammates but they don' E
Carter good passing team Q .eII to u.c W 3 > 1j D-....
Cheryl, Ret Crew Rates an A+ put the constant pressure on you that mII C o = o.coo. m :;
Godwin and her crew of does.Eastside will throw the T -.z-QlQI' 0 --__- "
Cheryl tt
:- My hat II off to Starke Recreation Director Kick competition 0 ,_ .eII.. C\eII 0 0 .....1/)
':' who worked last Saturday local Punt Pass and ball 30-33 times a game. e w < him .
volunteers for the kids and the : Ec lIIIIC.....
enjoyable competition w : z ti := >
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: apectators.i. : McGriff, Andy Crews a.CE .gy oyoast :
Paterson. Jerry '-uaac -
Elementary Coach Buddy z _..11-
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and Chub and Chuck Johnson were on hand during PLANT NOWFALL .. CCI -.c > ....
T Mark Sapp Those people'i. | d' ) cno i
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year-round activities. ANNUALS & ONION SETS N 22IrdIZIlS
! Galore Tough en Alexander,LSUT
;: Florida decimate Mississippi State's vaunted running game They're AH Here Now __ _
'After watching Charles Alexander is going to pick ui|
f last week I can't help but believe share of yardag
_ hisshareofbruises and less than his normally huge
more than Gainesville. Louisiana State ia a solid outfit bu (1 .
'i in Saturday's UF-LSU game in this Fall than
;- the Caters will be a heck of a lot tougher on good running teams :j.i OR
" like SMU and Florida State.
they will be on passing crews .

1 : Yank's My Pick In October Clastic'I ':_ CABBAGEPLANTS

; with the results. The Yankees are the .' (' I
but can't argue
don't like their in the World Series after '.
will beat the Dodgers
best team in baseball and .

whipping Kansas City. Woman In Locker Room Tray Of 6 Reg. 69., 2/1

if we sent a woman reporter into the locker room after Friday's BH&Ehateide I
game I wonder what Coach Hum would say? ,For A Green Winter,

Lawn & Pasture Plant ROASTMEL


Wish SEED '1355Lb. I 5 1

Bag 1149

Plant It now Only $1.29


236 S. Temple VOLCK'OIL: + Regular! Price

964-5858 Starke O Cool Prevents Spray Weather Now Many Before, I t F;myi: $1.81

II awsInsects FromWinterinp Over _

Seal WhiteFly
Wisbb & Other 1 L

0.Jar '$'2'98

Reg. '3'ROTOHOE <


MWb1r ishb TILLERS f


,Priced From $ 2 9995*


Now thru November 6th, get a Roast
BE. ..
WAY IT OUGHT TO 1O711DAtT Beef Sandwich, regular Fries and a Large

Soft Drink for only $1.29 . Save more
.r 25%. It', Hardee's favorite sandwich!
ONTRgItsoe ., than
? i
Lunch limit quantities This offer good at all HardeVi in Jacksonville
Chicken No on,
,No coupon necfljjaiv Mandarin.
+aral to Fernandina Beach Neptune Beach, Jacksonville Beach.Orange Park. ,

St Augustine. nra.sFood 5yaLM InC M'S
Starke and
Special q ,GAXDCN & NURSERY ., %i,3rgRs

2 Pieces Chicken 9 9 CENTER 381 South Starkey

4 Or. Salad Hot Buttered RollAd 539 Phone E. Call 964-5743 St Starke Fla .

Good Thurs. Only Oct. 5 th.E .


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r.c TEl.EGH,1Pit: Oct $. 1978


: 1 SWILL BIDS Hampton, Florida. 8115.09 Florida. Statutes, ,. OF Agency (EPA; puauant to PUBLIC IN THE CIRCUIT COURT undersigned a; Kent
YOU ARE HEREBY notice la hereby given' PUBLIC HEARING the Federal Water and Bcoher
J I ,Ilif1I ARE INVITED that EIGHTH Dorothy ,
The School Board of NOTIFIED that an actionto the undersigned Donald//- CITYOFLAWm.FL Pollution Control Act<< IN 1606 Raiford Road
'Bradford County will foreclose a mortgage C Furrow and Gloria*, A. CITY HALL Amendment 1973 and EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIB- JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Starke Bradford County
receive bids on swM from on following FurrwRL280,11 ; only plbkthearing FLORIDA.CASE Florida, 32091. doing
all cafeterias on October property In Bradford Starke, Bradford OourtiyT FLA.,32058 to be held on this AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY, business under the firm

16, 1978 at 700 P.M., County Florida: Florida doing business eubj ct. COUNTY 78-382 name. of "BRYORASSOCIATES.
Interested individuals, may Lot One (0)) and the under the firm name of LEGAL NOTICE The selected faclKttee NO. ," P.O.

bid on one school or all West 20 feet of Lot 2 In GUM CREEK KENNEL." NOTICE IS HEREBY plan/ will be presented n CMLACTIONCASE DIVISION: Box 1182, Starke, Florida.

schools, but must specify Block 29, Blanton'e Rt. 2, Box 162-A. Starke, OVEN, that the City of the pubRo, which\ : win Include CAPITAL 32091, Intends register
which school ha or she la Addition to the Town of Florida, 32001, Intends to Ltwtey Florida, will hold collection, trammis NO. 7378 FIRST OP said flctttioiia name under
k r bidding on and amount Hampton as same appears register said fictitious a public hearing at 7:JOpm. ii on, treatment and] CORPORATION the provisions of aforesaid
either school or total. of record in Plat name under the pro- Eastern Daylight disposal I systems to be SAMMY LEO SMfTH GAINESVILLE a Florida statute.

Sucesuful per bidder must Book 1, Page 38 currant visions of afore said Savings Time, Tuesday, located In Lawtey. The HuebencL PlaintIff ctx_' Plaintiff, J). Kent and" Dorothy
provide suitable cans forswill Public Records of Bradford statute. October 24 1973 lit the vs. "-?. Booher,
be In County Florida, all In Donald E. Furrow & city Hal Lawtey Florida STARK MOTOR Dated owners.h day of
to placed at PATRIOA JEAN
Dear Bradford County each location. Failure to Section :30, Township 7 Gloria A. Furrowowners.' for the purpose of consulting engineers" will SMITH COURT INC., a Florida September, A.0,1978, at
Voten 22 East. for demonstrate that the Wife.. Defendant corporation; and
wash clean South Range Dated the 6th day of providing public participation Starke, Florida.
knap can area
My family and I sin- proposed manures WILLIAM CHELUNE
has boon filed' against October A.D. 1978. at In the Initial facilities represent 9/14 4tpd 105NOTICe
cerely appreciate the shall be grounds for i the moat cost- JR. and JOAN E.
requiredto Florida. ( ,
and are Staike planning Step 1))
you you / required -
many courtesies that war voiding bid award with no effective NOTICE OF SUIT
meana of CHELUNE., hie wife and
of. 10/26 element of
serve a copy your 10/5 4tpd as an
tended to ui during my return of NO PROPERTYTO
meeting/ the established LELAND O. TURNBULLand
campaign for State Repro.s.ntatlv.l Interested written defenses; If any, the construction of OF
persona effluent and water JOSEPHINE E.
District 21. to It on J.J. WOLBERT, publicly owned wastewater quality SHERIFF'S SALE
During my seven month must have bids at School JR. Plaintiffs attorney, treatment works. goals' while recognizing :, SAMMY LEO TURNBULL,his"wife" ; and */

campaign here I mad Administration 7:00 Building whose address la 206 S. Specifically: the development environmental end social/ SMITH Addrea DOROTHY BAKER. I In- Notice la hereby given.
pot latar than : pm.
many many friends I Water Street, P.O. Box and evaluation of considerations.AH Unknown dMdually and as Trusteefor that I Ddprt E. Reddish
16 1978. ,
on ,
value each of you. 1086, Starke, Florida, the selected l ) plan will be persona will be a Certain Joint ,
sheriff of Bradford
Sond bids to C.E. as
hard win :
We worked to afforded full opportunityto Business d/b/a STARKE
312091 on or before presented and available
because of a real Douglas, 5112 N. Temple NOTICE OFINTENTION County Florida, under
present testimony be- MOTOR COURT, Inc.
October 26, 1978, and file for public comment A YOU ARE HEREBY
desire to truly represent Avenue, Starke, Florida, fore and by virtue of Writ of
the officer
the original with the Clerk copy of the facilities plan hearing NOTIFIED then action Defendants.
the "little"' person, who 32091.: TO REGISTER with an NO liCE OF Execution to -wit:
of this Court either before h available for Inspection regard to the specific for Dissolution of
art to often overlooked by 10/5 2tchg 1012IN FICTITIOUS NAME ACTIONTO Execution Issued ouf of
big politicians. Someday I service on Plaintiff's Pursuant at the City Hal, Lawtey, topics under discussion. HIs Marriage he* been filed STARKE MOTOR County Court of Plnellaa
hope to be such a Representative attorney or immediately to Section Flonda requested) that any gainst you Sammy Leo : Florida
for 805.09. Florida Statutes, person desirous of COURT. INC., WILLIAM County. pursuantto
you thereafter, otherwise a The publlo hearing Is Smith
are required Final for
My concerns for THE CIRCUIT COURTOF default will bo entered notice is hereby given that bring required by the offering lengthy to serve of CHELUNE JR., JOAN E. a Judgement
District 2S, and arts. THE EIGHTH relief the undersigned Homer comments be prepared to copy CHELUNE LELAND O. the Plastf-Kraft Corp. of
for the Environmental Protection ,
against you written defenses If
cular for the people of JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF the Complaint F. Hart, Rt. 1, Box 654 offer a written statement your TURNBULL JOSEPHINE Ozona, Florida, and
dflmandad in

Bradford County hay not any to It, on the plaintiff against Martin Tackle,
FLORIDA IN AND FOR Petition. Lake Butler, Union which may be Incorporated TURNBUI, DOROTHY
been diminished. I Intendto ACTION or Florida 32054 into attorney, whose name BAKER Individually and Inc. and Carious Statvey,
CIVIL WITNESS My hand County, the record) and address Is H. ,
continue to be an advocate George
for .the people. J.D. ODOM, JR. and and the soul I of this Court doing business under the of the proceedings. The Pierce P.O. Drawer 1030, as Trustee for an alleged defendants In the
of I960.63
VERNIE P. ODOM his firm name of record of the proceeding Joint business d/b/a amount
this> 26th day of Septombar Starke, Florida 32081 end
"MOONLIGHT ENTER. ., STARKE MOTOR together with costs .of
THANK YOU FOR WIle Plaintiff. 1978. Y. i. win be held open for ten fie tha original with the
YOUR VOTE AND va Gilbert S. Brown, Aa PRISES," Rt. 1, Box 654, days after the hearing clerk of the above styled COURT: collections
SUPPORT MARGARETTE L. Lake Butler, Florida, date to receive additional AND OTHER PARTIES Have seized and have In
Clerk of the Court court on or before
JOHNSON Defendant 32054 Intends to written comment. HAVING INTERESTS my possession tha
D.C. re-
Marian McRne October 23
By: 1978: otherwise -
TOM RIVERS described
NO 78 283 said fictitious HEREIN following
CASE : 10/26 gister
10/5/ 4tchg a Judgement be
may ARE NOTIFIED personal property to-wlf .
name under the provisions ALL INTERESTED PER YOU
My concerns for of SONS ARE entered against you for then action for FORE 1973 Ford Station
District 25, and In particular therellefdemeooedlnthecomplaint
for the people of SUIT NOTICE OF statute. ATTEND AND PARTI-- or petition. CLOSE A MORTGAGEOn Wagon, 1.0. No,

Clay County, have not been PROPERTYTo INTENTIONTO Homer F. Hart, owner CIPATE IN THIS WITNESS hand the following real 3U76S186544 and 1972.

diminished. I Intend to. REGISTER Dated this 6th day of MEETING. and the seal! of my said Court property In BRADFORD Chevrolet Step-van, 1.0.

continue to be an advocatefor Margarette L FICTITIOUS October, A.D. 1978, at '* Marvin Rosier Mayor on Sept. IS 1978. COUNTY, FLORIDA: No. CPE362F18380S.
the people.' Johnson, Last known NAME Starke Florida Lawetay. Florida. Gilbert S. Brown As All of Lots Four ((4), As the property of the

address P 0 Box 215. Pursuant to Section 10/5 4tpd 10/26 1.i 9/212tchg 10/5 ClerkofealdCourt Five (5)( Six ((6)), Seven above named defendantand
Marian ((7)), and a portion of Lots that on Monday, the
By: McRae
Eight (BI, Nine ((91), Ten 23rd day of October, 1978at
On sate + Deputy Clerk (10)) and Seven ((11)) of 1:00: p.m., on said day

.ffd = 9/214tchg 1012IN Block twenty ((20)) of on the premises of the,
the I Ir1JIEAGLEI. Friday & Temple's Addition to the Bradford County Jail

e we. THE CIRCUIT COURTOF Town of Starke, Florida Yard, I will offer for sale

GLASSWARE) UTS INEW FLORIDA EIGHTH according to plat and sell to the highest
!!! _
.e JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN recorded in Deed Book G, bidder for cash in hand,
-erra.w5, AND FOR BRADFORD Pages 304 and 306 of the the above described

COUNTY. public records of Bradford property of Hid

CASE NO. 78-197-CJ ((1- County, Florida being defendant to satisfy the

Prices 28941 also a portion of Block I lot aforesaid execution

DIVISION: Temple's Addition to
In the Interest of Sterile, Florida according\ Dolph E. Reddish Sheriff

per MITCHELL COLEN, a to plat recorded In Deed Bradford County, Florida ::

minor. Book G, Pages 636 and 9/28 4tchg 10/19

637, of said public records
NOTICE TO and being more particularly

Bargains for every budget! Save up ,.. SHOW APPEAR CAUSETOJayCorbinErMary AND follows': described as NOTICE FICTITIOUS UNDER f i

< .01 "'" t ta : For point of reference NAME LAW f
NEWT N E. E. Canfield, whose residences commence at the Northeasterly NOTICE IS HEREBY'IGIVEN

: and addressee are corner of said that the undersigned I

LEATHER-LOOK 6 unknown Block Twenty ((20)) and desiring to er> -

PVC JACKETS You are hereby notified run theme In a Westerly- gage In business under ,
: FOR MEN BOYS'Oy.7.8'S that a Petition' under oath direction along Northerly the fictitious name of.,
oto t r has. been fled In the boundary of said Block a STAN'S BOOTERY 101..

oVpC 1+ above styled Court for the distance of seven andtwenty East Call Street In the''_

permanent COM !kflfl fcW lli two (7.22)( ) one ', City 'of Starke; Florida,

yl OUIILOe4B000NTPRIC!' 4. r471TGHELL1nI t "V*:._, hundredth oatta an Iron ., ,-H .:itrt'AraateMfWiikM
I / roil VALUmPLU I 1 'male'child' bom ort the' ''" stake" on' 'the Westerly"boundary .said name with 'the Clerk..

WOMEN'S FAMOUS -119.88 y 26th day of November; of the right of of the Circuit Court of II

HAND 1966, at Gainesville. way of Stata Road Bradford County, Florida.
,NCWD.Mc., 00.1 A.I.I'.L"01 PRO TENNIS SNEAKER 011" LOeDCOUNT PIIICI lrNMM Alachua County, Floridato Number 200 to Point of STAN'S BOOTERY

1.SS a KUhy Cu.REQ. 8 AN the fteh too*. el leather end. t f Social and Economics: beginning; from point of by Miriam L. Maths
'Rite one o< trie uPSe.p Mop Services described 10/26
Department thus J
a of
beginning 10/5 4tchg
lAVCUPTOn* SAVE BOYS' OR GIRLS' 20" ewldNp.ndn.dsnd/
30-OALLON HI-RISER' POLO BIKE Trtoel N"' podded collar a ::::r.not" d p...h- Health and Rehabilitative continue In a Westerly
EAGLE 10W-30 MOTOR tapwWse.n.Na.F10.SNIL.e.ye1.WAS .. + Services, 727 South direction along the Northerly IN THECIRCUIT .
49.88 Walnut Street, Suite A, boundary of said COURT *

.TO 48c WAS 4896 Starke, Florida 32091, for Block a distance of two EIGHTHJUDICIAL -
..=, ,*** WRLOWOBCOUNTPItICE 4RRWUIURS subsequent adoption, and hundred eleven andthirtytwo CIRCUIT OF
Dustily prod_', to Seep pose Snip look ltd et.e. an lightftlMOOd elke. .I. hilly rM.ete li.d. Oft I you are hereby notified to onehundredtha FLORIDA IN AND! ,
smoothlyqu.rt. IOOtl to nel..bw. pd ell end .pet. .lb..x (,
tar running
hilt, ATP. ..roe/Tpp.P. rso 30-Peck 20-OI.Lhioro._,. 1.25 h.Mleb.r..e: t :br.5ea rt be and appear before the ((21 1.32))feet to a concrete FOR "
gar Honorable ELZIE monument on the Northwesterly BRADFORD COUNTY'' :

iiseer."a e- I. *AV* 1.09 SANDERS, Acting Judge comer of said 4
of the Circuit Court atSterlte Block; run thence in a CIVIL ACTION
etlaM. CORDUROYs Florida at 10:00: Southerly direction along IN RE: The marriage 'of 1

Adwudw a? '" -eu.e l 1 JEANS a.m. o'clock, on the let the Westerly boundary of LOUELLA MAXINE. 3
Nunn day of Nov.. A.D. 1978 said Block a distance of SMITH, Wife "<
-, .. SAVlfi% 66 and show cause why said two hundred and one- vs. *
PAKETSALLEHOES Petition for Permanent tenth (200.10)) feet to a HARRY F, SMITH, '*
\ FOB dr wAa3M Commitment should not concrete monument on Husband. '

MEN BOYS YOUTHS 4 /, ,' eettee4d'E BAVe 1.00MEN'S be granted. the Southwesterly corner CASE NO. 78.385
( WITNESS my hand as of Lot Four ((4)) of said \
+. 1 SAVE 2.00 wNS 63 eel w..l TENNIS' SHORTS the Clerk of said Court Block: run thence In an NOTICE OF, .

YINYLCHA'SE' DIGITAL CLOCK RADIO DISPOSABLE LIGHTER p i..en.d 223.96BAVflSK 'and Seel thereof, this Easterly direction along SUIT :
Sane itege., icon' 7-IL / r
een9 13th day of SEPTEMBER, the Southerly boundaryof PROPERTY
."a883 17 68 6 6 C seyrtwdandyath.10. II NtMas.se ft* .ty""ne In white. .. cost 1978. Lot Eleven ((11)) of said TO: HARRY F. SMITH LN
; ..- InI04ilfr .
L I P hxy/eM' HONORABLE Gilbert S. Block a distance of two
........., Solid Adluoloblo butona Homo, Wg ,
Peet pocIdocI eteet MM tuning w/ltohlod Brown Clerk Circuit YOU ARE HEREBY !
_, 11 _fort_"...... numeral* and il .p aW lad eapaoltyl/ Bright color hundred eleven and sixty-
Court four one-hundredths feet NOTIFIED that an action
'. VS 1.00z tt
-, By: Ula R. Yawn, Deputy to an iron slake on aforementioned for DISSOLUTION OF
1 LOMO SLEEVE Clerk Westerly MARRIAGE has been Ii

r LEATHER SPORT SHIRTS, 9/21 4tchg 1012IN boundary of State Road filed against you, and you

( /}t Y a+. GEl MEN'S SIZES N Number 200; thence run are required to serve a to I

AGNO r 4.94 IP ,oOf in a Northerly direction copy of your written ,u.
T.N THE CIRCUIT COURT defenses if it "+4
1 O J, along said Westerly any to on
/O EIGHTH JUDICIAL boundary a distance ,clone the plaintiffs a"orne"t'
At"a CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN hundred ninety-nine whose name and address

f 1 tVAV AND FOR BRADFORD and .ninety-one one Is J.J.'Wolbert Jr., P.Q. T

+wtw GENUINE SUEDILEATHER SAYE / % COUNTY hundreth feet to point of Box 1086, 206 S. Water ':d
OAVC_UP TO 1.00 f CIVIL ACTION Street. Starke, Florida
ff SAVE UPTO0% FOR HIS CASUAL d" beginning. 'tot

e 1rtLLIeB1. DRESS SHIRTS ., wAa STARKE MOTOR with the clerk of the 1S,4
WAS "YVC up v 0 1Ite1@'e1aa ; 01111 9 97 nen i teas IN RE: The Marriage of: COURT ,739 North above styled court on or .11I
Jas 54? Y V j.es mir"T aeeecc'er' 3.43 WINEFREO SHERMAN Avenue Starke before October'25, 1978:
I.bv.h01 I.taM end lelerM point, le Quality tailored |ooM* ** *< Temple ;;
tm Inlndry
Thick M 1101115 tana11. ,41.00 a.yw0111M' rusar ,
MAJOR Wife otherwise r
a Judgement
OMpoot lo pay more for.ss SS. Florida) ; !
n" tas.e.-ply wee... ba.Set er fl-OS.shy-Me, wtN.end .aril a _In n.wA tot..12- wSiN
\/II. may be entered against

VALUE nus 1 % JOHN MAJOR, Husband has been filed against you' you for the relief 'M

-- LUX MEN'S and you are required to demanded in the !d7
11171 KIVWINDuan. / POCKET NOTICE OF SUIT serve a copy of your complaint or petition, "1

\ .. 10 2 YP CLOCK r T-SHIRTS SLIGHT NO PROPERTYTO "written, defenses, if any WITNESS my hand v JII

4 ..._...:...; ';' .. .\. J 3 97 IRREQS.2s3. : John Major| / 1784 to it on WILLIAM A. and the seal of said Court
;,= ... Carol Sue Avenue BESSENT, III, ESQUIRE, on September 22, 1978.

7._ J4' ., QUII"DIOCT"':I.IA.m.Wl Apartment .AGGretnaLa. 605 N.E, First Street, Gilbert S. Brown, As
,j Suite E, Gainesville, Clerk-of said Court

YOU ARE HEREBY Florida 32601, on or before BYi.; 'Marion, McRae, As

pwfAYl11 NOTIFIED that an action October' 31, 1978. Deputy Clerk
% 1S L... DRY CHLORINE 7 CL C _VALU_ EPLUSt I for DISSOLUTION OF and file the original with 9/28 4tch g10/19 ,

a OAL. POOL CHLORINE 14 88 INlL' TrR fl.4Vgf.Oa NO-IRON PAJAMAS BOYS'COROUROV MARRIAGE has been the Clerk of this. Court --

REPELLENT atcowr JEANS filed against you and you either before service on
s.fl.97oWprtrTo OLIN Lilli DISCOUNT PIIICI LEATHER WORK SHOES neCI { are required to serve a Plaintiff's Attorney or NOTICE
5' copy of your written, immediately thereafter; INTENTION.TO
o7n o tad r kw.I $elda SS pe01w.M.b.% fronulor formula, oanltaryt koope WASSR x15 94 I.re'hb".w.*. Aet-, defenses, If any to it, on otherwise a default will be REGISTER U

Tagh Oeedy. well eon41t4 .the' plaintiffs attorney, entered against you for FICTITIOUS
atrucUon. S"Mgn.oUo* 7-12. whose name and address the relief demanded In the NAME

w PRLWASHLDy la J.J. WOLBEHT, JR., Complaint.
44' : DENIM ATTORNEY AT LAW, WITNESS 'M(< Hand. 'Pursuant to Section" '
rwNUlemR, P.O. Box 1066, STARKE, and the Seal of this Court '96609. Florida Statutes,
,ltT"d.IAU1rtd FLORIDA 32001 and file on this 12th day of noticekherebyganthet 1 '

%' Aioe.veeT NAmeRr,4 MNlDBlRIIV OPPERIev O ,y FI l the original with the clerk September A.D. 1978. the :undersigned James*
of the above styled court GILBERT S. BROWN. Moss 2925 SW 28th. /

w.awe, cee ww.w. wmrow.w.r.o.er. 1M 1 on or before October 12, aa Oerk of the Court ,Place, Gainesville, Fla.
'r. r.e.rc., R.N.rown 1978: otherwise. a Judge BY Marion MRee..as' 32608, doing 'business
axygja SAY "" BAVSS1* % : ment may be entered deputy d rk. under the firm'name of
iAyts.ro1400W A US lAya 1pQ < Y against you for the relief. 9/14 4tcha! 105NOTICE "A CUT ABOVE," 114 N:
I or. GIUETnIIIOH1' GILLETTt demanded In the Walnut Street ;
complaint or petition. Florida, 32091. Intends to"' N
GUARD CREAM l OZ. e,. ant
WAS 9 8 8 OBOO. 'r 1107. .. (Limit) aims MWAS 688 aeMCOKlesrI WITNESS my hand register fictitious' name
,- and the seal I of said Court OFINTENTION under the provisions of"
host end S ae.w e.e..., 880 :ewer 880 '! 88WAShftf* IM' halos .Not elead, PL.IN Fol-aalloii)| w/oaiol.r.1 a Mi leiikm.luttd lea f-IS. on'September 11. '1978. TO aforesaid statute
Se' deal e. .L .u tM M.db. S.i M INrel de.yR. **We*lBBVlfTf vVifloV eIa e !
test vde.ay e i.:=: Gilbert $. Brown, As /REGISTER FICTITIOUS Jamea Moss, "owner. 1

THK CONVENIENT FsksC68 Clerk of said Court, NAME ', Dated this 14th day of,, -
EAGLE 312 W. MADISON ST R aKlngejtOO's
e PLUs By: Marion McRae, Aa Pursuant!, to Section, September A.D. 1978. at, ,
STARKE FLA.CIGARETTE PRICES $558 $ ? ,TAX Deputy dark. BBS.09. Florida Statutes,' Starke Florida '
r 8/14 4tcha 10/8 notice Is hereby given that a/14 4tpd 104I'g.


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liras, ,...... \ ran.tOOab }... '.... Red *.*' .7'04..,. ," ... _. ""..v, H U, ) ....... Fla. B.... FOR oa.btaoapaaplo. .,. ..... 782.8171weekdays VAAFHAFINANCING
.... tkerO. Itebjt Itchf t/M I 1 : "/.., 8R..., Weal .11| It yea wad to work ...... 0 p... ortloio

10/" CUSTOM ti llllii6OOD' I 1 J "\! ;' ..*.......,P......... 417.|BM|Write(..- part-tlxM a, I.U ..... GooA ..., .......... ttl4 _; : T..I.. ...' Really It
BUILT .1 .... to I 11
2 BB. I ama yaw
NO REASONABLE OFFER both .... .. 1 airs ever .. .. '" --, ,. I c. .0. Box f.'. ....... Fla. .1... N.yoor ....'1....111.LOCK ...., When Yen Are
REFUSED: : 1ITS Ford bokkigBraoUyoLako.. lapp PRICE PAID loV.I A'........ Coroaaoal' __,,. Pbooo 4J1-145: 'UlibINGI New

C_." ....r. Statlao dock, ...,. ..r..II, ....I ..kl a I... I It .eat- ..... ....... A. Etool'. O, Itekg 100PUBLIC --. IIMJO... iu uat ON A Itot/al'
w..*.. I .......... Ooly' ..1..,.. all,.., ...,.... .... .. 3/4 paid or oaoro.. ..... .....", E.. 10/9/ 301 aid BR 22$. looodaalroPjO.
M..M -. Cal473ftvGh L.K.: E...,.., III, ood OLIN'S MOBILE ROME .. ..... 11/B AUCTION .rrrerebl .... PREFERRED LISTINGS

*. otekf 0/20 Aaaoel.... I.... .......? SALES ....-IefII. Opo 7wally. ... AMWA1T D.""i. v.r. Tllura 4 S.ir 3D PM Box 87*. .&arII.. I ICJAHIA ",... The...... prlvoto IHe-8 city landscaped lots with
473..(... labs) .m- jUyo ef/ fc T. pl ,_ .hi w.. NANCY'S AUCTION a concrete ktock 1 .ball) _.... hitorter footuro
FOR BALE/ E....... uhlo.Opooo 1. .. 7317. s..... -gLpea. RAY A,_...... 2200 M. ft. kvlH stewed a toclvdod ceurtrord. t
U loot 12. L..... Rh.b.ta. THREE BEDROOM 1 ...... COINS WANTED. SOrer ..,. dally. rfro 4Mlalp Waldo ......, ,art...... ..... ....- minute walk te tow, flnanctog. available..
Sta folding/ ..Ir.. dooble .... ...... .-., 1M4 bocbtbd kah>.. M-70, TWO i For ......... sill 164. pennon, Tno Had Oa Dork husk. 1250./ .71.10.1. oaar Ie...... dooblo b4.cfcohiad .".. Pkooo 0044X90 oitor Ip. r.,.. $. 8/28 Itckg ISIS e",h Prll'! ''' --- We',. telUnf o .ttfetrf le- TrenaiiH Nvlnt directly
Itpd 19/9 Uak. ,...., .1k.a. ... 0/11 tl/cbf o .- LOT row ALE i Tko en H.anp4on Lake- A B rfect B4on4 of nature and

...... (if,500. L.K.: < ..... SUPERVISOR A8CP. .. ... . Wooda B..........Cushy luxury completely A fettefajlty twmlihodponollod -
FOR SALE Soon air ModiUaoor. ; .- E.....,.., Ill, sad. W ANT D.' ......... ba.s tUb. ....... totbooloffi. mail '" .c c C..... Pbooo altar B .-... den. will weodvwitlng fireplace -

4,000 5.000 BTU. Arch ._. I..., ........ .....sad II.. Wll ohh .P' .. ooll. Cooi>.t ; ......111. 8.... C......... delightful! ) water. view quit yet near harks *
041. 473-2031. Itpd 10/5 .".eo,. (/IS OLIN'S MOBILE HOMES Uoloo l 'R lUkg .. ..... .. 0/11 dtpd 10/10 Oalnetvllle.Oiormlng .
-'-- I ,LE8. ....-1801. 0,.. Tl 3BB ...,. RooplUl I.*.. .'h'. I .
Upbolatarjr, .......111. FOR RENT OtHao apaoa,, = 10/11 --- DO DROP IN Bargal.H. : wtorlal Do II yoKraoll. oodo acre large den relaxlno atmetphere -
IOIc. ... 473-2033. 10/9 2tpd dawata.o K.,...... :' (I.fQMtir ft'-Ai$ ; -- _.. 1150 .. W alert .... loatoBatloo ............ carport paved driveway UI.SOO. fir", .
L...,.. ....... ....,.... '..... ........,. Melon S......, Big .Id..... oaloioaw Fro. .......... 0...,.....
..... ...
.m... Coil ."...., .... _. prvlorrod, port o sad F._.Co. M4-85M4-10 TF. You .,,'1 hove to be a mllUorualre te live like oneLarge
CASH FOR GOLDi Stcrllag.jawalry ....... ..... Pkooo II r.W r"b "... sad sad ......,.. "a hem with alair'' -
.......... ....., ekgtfaHOUSE, a. p.aa. MOBILE HOMES Why pay '! / ." t. 10A 1Mb* 10/11 Frtaoy. .........,. Itakg 109ClSlTilCirTfilRriFf'ISiALEi SIGN .. _,.. 403 Plneweed oeen. Drive

.....1 ..-. Will vlaK ,..r ..,., Boy direst ..... 8193. -.- ---- PAINTING r....

h...' ..,..11_. Mr. Rltttaao. ....,. Larro ........ ol : -, ......, ..........Sa Rady M Newlywed homo or r.II,.....", home for
479-1080. "/." 14, 14, 11 w..... 8TARKE 'PtR'OHAl/ .'11 (....: ."..,,,, c:... W.... Plea. MarkaU Friday, "beautiful aeeele". Impressive 2 BM CH4.A -
FOR SALE With ROME CENTER US 101 opoco dawn to ,... old P.t Sk.p .. Bit 8... .......,. Tr..... .
with ehalnllnh fence quiet nelgh-
...... great backyard
FOR BALES BaaotilolFtarlde ,..,...1. .law .. Lake H....0..,.t to...., I ... SERVICES CaB ilL lor ........ nloro berheed.Oracleuo..
Fhttfy Dolly Firs toKUao. G....., G..... L... (444741.PIVE .,....,.. by First
SIslayPk.a. licks A...... ol PATIO E..I..I' "batka largo God, k.lldl.g .
cooa. Two .... "
3. 475411.r.. Itpd ......, fatally ana with WORK ...... I tab* 10/0 SITS ........... LhBltodaopply living In .... .rl".,. .1.. of Starke.

10/5 '..101.....,Ira......Olfleo ., .. ....,, laodebarlot "" C ATOALUMINUM. Cuttom detlgned. kitchen foatwred. aspirate
study all., rear ....r.... USED MOBILE ...,. .. ....II... Pkooo .II.. fHRElfiEDioOM 1400 480 N.W. dining room decorator "r.,.. 8, carpet 717

Mr. Roth Hu$.. ....II.. 4tk BR oo ...., I...1. .. HOMES .......1...... to. porklo. .....110. "/." DW Mobil/ .baaao .- IHh St.. G"' _.""' ,.... West Call. Separate ..r....

.,.. Udlaa .. _".. harp / dack ladag ...... 100 H. lot Bko BOW LlaaMod I yearwarns.q. S,.. ...,....... IS.000. 1.,1.. 1714707. '7/8 d/."
I B8 k s..., ash Tk.ra. at .. Lako.. 1 ..,. .... akadodb .$.tOO.Pbooo 4711779. 10/9 CARPENTRY kladi ...,1..1.. rooo aako.ISO. A rarity for sale. prime location 101 N. now

Ii30 .... Cor. c".... aad >.. c..... Q.I..., with .11I Itehc 10/11 Palatlo, 4.., I960 Bill 1 .........ratatlao It It BASS BOAT M bpJahaaoo operating at a .Barber A beauty alto room for
Syrvaa. III." 10/i M.... Parrlah ...It,, 372- MOBILE HOMEs 174.Ils05 ....... Msl/a1. altara- ways tSOO. Pkooo ....., .... PboooM4M87. toveral I offices -. adequate parking for all.
8379. ./14 4tchf 10/9 1 BR. 1 both. ovor 1oaro ,..... / ..., ropakro. j.W< Up. 864-W40. Itpd 10/9 Itpd tUWATSOITS Financing available.. .

FOR SALE 1078 RM 80 111.'". Sooth on USMI. -.. ..rdo.ICIU.. lOll .
"- and walk -
Eleven cettaee everywhore
SoaokL oxeaBaot aaodklao. "'"' "" two.'0", bldgo ..... U/ck. /.. SALEFridaySatard.y: ; HOUSE OPVA opartmentt o OMCoHont Income tax
| 8200. 473-1793. Itchg 10/9 FOR RENT; NIc. 1 BR.: t ,........ Pbooo 0444210.ltpdZS -- Oclokar 0 and 7. 0 .... to 4 CUU MS, Maoy kraada. ol fully .
both ._. to sky .. ... FOR : HOME ...tll.. .... GE r.lrlcarotor. sew ........ U.... advantage Financing available.Out
FOR RENT. 1 BR (orolafcadtoobllo Caw.pl.taly lorolcbod.. .bwolod. ... had akorlo. *;. P... C..r..... 11I. Ptoo; pasStable ........ ......... Parto
...., A/C. woabar, CH/A Sao to opprackUo. FOR SALE .y' OWNER: I./. Sukf 10/12 420. CMkoa, ouoyotbar aad otaoaaorloa oil elites ordinary not. out and facilities the way -....aunique .1.H..n

.r,.,, water, garbage. Adollo ..Iy. N. ..,.. Idoollor two ...... ......'.I't Just y ....., Tote ...... ...... .,...... 404 N.W. area of lend location future. An ettate that
oaUaatloe' .... ._rl', btcb.Morrtad amlddla. ... or ratkrodacmplo. ..,........ Root ooo ..> .., ._... REMODELING I....,., .....1.go to ....,., lOtk A".., GalaaoTllla. even more exciting Geneva.WK .
en. ... ._ lor both. ....W-O, loodotopad.1 Aik '. .. tbo baaa., wo do UP Church, tars Hfkt. Flratkaoaa P.... 370-7110. tl/ck| will pay for ItteM en Lake

...... N. pat. 1140. lat aod 3BR. I 1/1 bath, oiabllabocia. large pottoa, 1118 II... ... .., .olaotrltal oo loll. Itolc. 10/9
..., ...,... ..,.... CH/A. Nlao .. ..... '1.'..... her ahUdroe, ..,..|, rap ..., ..., .1a GOING OUT FOR Nil AC.IAGI TO SELL

Molroao ood K.,...... 475- N. ..Ie. Call (04-348-474B. ollllly ,.U.I... ....,... TWO .... work ot a raoaooabU. FOUR SPEAKERS, 71 BUSINESS Will oaoriflaoSlagor .
1548. Itcbf 10/J 1011BPTIC Itpd 10/9 ..r...., plus ......aIII. sad. laull ., rafaroeea.Pbaaa. 884- watt*' .ash 1 ,.ar old. Fot.ro a.laaiollaoawiac

mask, mash ._ 130400.Pbaoa L.... lOll 4tcb( 10/24 R.......,, Warda, 40 RMS ...W_. Flip ood t
ate."-a I i 8MBR B BBB l BHBI wflB* WM8WUHRBJBWB BRBRI (tBRIUniorCcurty (444443. labs 10/1 ,.,... Uka .... Phase 431-1910 saw aU ........ Had oaoao- trvteatMalManaac.: Si era ....,..

THREE BEDROOM tl/afcg attar 8 p..., ...U,. ... to toko op tlf/ouolh RNiata/ Lit. BanMOfil
1 10.40 kooaoaod SEPTIC W..k.... ..,U... 10/9 ..,..... or pay ........, .....". L/eia"5
trolor wkb two SERVICE* Bradford 4Uk 102.TRAVEL. $253 PII... '''.11. Will
BR oo _. oaro ol ...... AUfotofalkor. ha.... .....,... 140.1.'rI.l.. __ ( ?
..... Pkooo M4.a1Z1. pooip-.aU; iLf i'ii5lt; i deliver. .. .bll....... lUk' Jiftan ELECTRICAL
_..,," ... .
10/9 "
/ ,
iPERSONAL'--1 1.OARPET GrMla Loop ..... Itpd 10/9 Ford 1800. PII... 044-44*!
1711/. Ie_". Pbaoo 964- .
I altarS. ... Itpd 10/14 ;i.-.\ '. > PIK: 46e.t U' Hampton We.
: ,fd'R, ,RtNt : ISE IYIC.ES' : STARKEt oiabo oppokat- FOR SALE 1 1"t I. 1 \ "..*. a.ill Mantle Mama tarvicaa

. .. .... toaoa tola. .....lo tfca ,. ..;-- I97S 150 kp M.,..,,.Blue AND REMOVAL. Irooi atta.Tba 7 I,'t.J IM A.... 14..
Hal ol tIe
300,....0... ookjhborkood. Fail.,; M.r..." 19 1/I It. boon 1(43 FallowaUp I pM Amp : J .
( NICE t BR HOME INSTALLATION ... .. _.. Rum PAINTING Ford Cra" _.. tool First Uoltod MatkodlatCkareh Le .
asap .1. vast
.,..,.... larao 1st. btrco E.'.' ..... lo at .-.. Loood .book W..lr. ..-day ..,.....8.. Body at ckaat .... 1 aap-.. tool ., 8....., adjaoootto lawara 1_. AlarmaAC
I ,.... ka ..... B.,..,. P.... pkoaoa, daalro. ... ..%.w.ad ...%..., ...... at lard. T..t: .... Floo Mar""". rlido. ,. ...., with toola. Cooloat4111SSO. caroar ., Jackioo oodWabol. \\
....uU. .... 19, ..,.. 0/28 waokaod. ...... Con ..r_." L.... Edwordo, Ill. .'.. S.....,, Mes- ...yi. TF.; Itafc* 10/9 Wrltloo .bide. BOW OC A .
X raohrodi 0....... loraokamlaaloo a fttab* 105CUSTOM Rallord 431-1522 ..... B aad .'. I ... .. .,J' b.ly 1 .J/aN51./14-: : .: .. ... 1U 1\
,- f 4..ecl ',. < Iul77J90'rii .lo. Oat..., M,, o, ..'...... .
p... ......, &. ..tANDCLEARtNCl, APP, .OU8A MAil; 1" .... "...... skew
.. .,_ .1' IJ T t b i oi 'Jolak'
USE: rc-I.A.IINDI'AIC411',-' .I." .. BLOCK oi l ear ,J i::t"! Phor 984.1081'I"T '. '' ...........yt..1., ''''. Cm 13912. wtllll ",Ira, 200 N. W..... ...,

:SERVICES at HWY 100 by to. Hudy. 'I,....,1 bath,wkh IS oaroo.f laps .' .446a..oJ 26Za- .!a-17 10/5_ Pb.. ltcfc. 8...... Pbooo .....aH. 101llekc biTARKEi: 1 Br, I balkHAA. .

.way; Wa lave o ....11. dry ',. I.... Car..', CHA.Pkooo f .... 1010rATD"8ATE"i" (' .5I.- __''Ir'- .- 1UNM HI- plus
MADE ,aod loU ..,. .. Uf B>. I IAltaodool 7d ln. 8/18 d1 /." ir'W fti i 1.rte II' REGISTERED'.pp..dlu P rldoVSatarday. '.... oo ...... c.ear ....

(DRAPERIES oo doty tl./.. 1 .11 lobl. dlaeloc, o>awlO(, 0..,tar"r... prodvead for 10 lo d .... isle SettwAServiM'fa Too ..." oalroa to HatflTARKCi"VBRrS .
] Faraltar.laod I .MOTOR'CYCt.S.' : nee by -
.... /
Hoar avarla. both
i WILL BABYSIT lo'aiy ., (44-5230. t//chg .Oo eat Botlar Rd.. Fallow
..,. .... For Cart Taken MC4dlkeTf.daa
..,...,.. at ,.., ._.. .._., Moodoy lira Friday a-L.agII/1 mew ,.,... Cal, (04-7124. '.1.... lube 103 /. HAA brick k. .lo F.,...
SAW Eotorprbao. Ed ., 8 tfl .. No .....,.. AB .H./.',.. Bolll her ._rp
Loaao 8..'....., 490-2218. ..... 404318. (pro.ackoal OSItpd HONDA >>0. tr... aa"' MACHINES IONS 4tcbf 10/20 2001 N.W/UJra.UII ........ 1.4OO plus .... It8rood .

9/14 ,UockgL'LARKES 1012NEED '171 vary good ......... AH .....' YARD SALE, "Clot;baa.oiloeallaoaooai ; GAINESVILLE oawl4TARKEI .
E..". lot* r...... .... ..... ...... and ....J......: Sotorday -- ---
SAW war .... : H. ...
SHOP Forrat
CA8H7 w. boy J." ALSO. 1971 Kowaaakl 290Endora. gr ara Jaataa zoo N. Broadway, Starka. %
-,.... .......lag ..,. _..plckopa. aod trocka. ,JoaShaw. 250. Sao ot 310 N. .... ,.ar..,ol Marcao. 1&pdIG15G"'UGE i.MtKi.r. HUahs ls.JK.itrg. ..._..1 fcoavBy. wooded
vie., hud, clrcokr. ...., Roy Patttt. 4944151 Chunk S,. Itpd 10/9 ." aod Hwy ..: 11/.1k .H..1 K lal. Rral.rPh.nr Ralph Dry AHRrolEstalr .lota .high and dry, povod4raoto.

......, slab ...., lave ot 494-tR2. 8/18 tin SALE Tkoraday, IW4TKMIM bold )..r own
ar .
Bolldor'a Supply,. ClassifiedAds NorlhTVmpW A"Hlark bare ar may Ilk. ...
rows aid F.....,.Saturday. 110 N. St. "
ko _. .,. 7/l| tfo "f..in. *. HoriHj, .. _r.. Call for ..,.n..
Surka. .
Get ... ."...... .. Clair labs I-""! 2117 N.Trpl A...
TANK GREASEVP.oloooooto wrumr1TRACTOR, .... Brick, .block 81ar'.F" BR. t -balk-. -mobile-.- .....
oow UMO, ..r.'.. Flraploao. TIRES, RIMS. HUBCAPS (....B78a lab.. $16,701.ETSTO .
Moobbi. Joo Foraytbt ResultsMILLER'S TbU .. ...lId. Grlllla F78.I$'. Hko _.. Pkooo ,0
- -
,14011. All bodMMIpprwIUod. JOKERS .utr.ctl.a ak.at 473- (044044 or 431-1411. Itpd I007i 20 ans, RaI'".. : ?Et I acr.r. .

1/31 tl/cbj NEEDED Gaod pay foodIrlooaai PAINT ... .r 473-2578.. TF/c'. 10/9 ... -- ...., .atartlog 14,050.Taroaa. .
,.. Sonthoaatoro -- -- -- GERMAN tEPH iDpupI. Bit Smirk. 1 bath. S R. 1001 1 400t... prlaa. .
......, kaoio meat waak- a BOOT SHOP ... 29. ,. 439. Mal.a )R, ..r.(.. _..r..... MI N.... ...
aoda. Caotact New Track 1534 S. Tempi Aw.. etc.Call lOLld" sad ,...1... N. ....r.. -- -- A J.PATRAY BROKERKoyatoaoHrlgkla.
L..... P.rrr. r.... (0444424M P.. 944 PII._ 844-9452. llpd 10/9/ .I BR. 2 bath LR FR. 1013. Fl7o I. 10 ...... N. .1..
>. IO/9 3bg 10/19 Starke- .. or 04449M. U/thg IIr.p.... ,IB ...... ol L.....'. |I' .........,. Mflco H_.
473 2039
iVINRUDE MOTORS : sad ...c.......... Saturday. BR. lkaik.LR.FR.paollaa 10l4t 28 7aroiTood 3BR 17)4441
Iwo, 40 k-p. oaoda weak 18PC IKSUIAUCEMAINCH 1 *ALL WORK ,...'r, mark ., all typaa. 200 N. Broodway Stark.. boat trailer. 250. Call GUARANTEED .. II...., roooi .d..I... ...
llpd -- -- >aaaao
04-1180. Evaelaca.. llpdBfl. *24HR WRECKER ....... Wall, 441-2028. '.17 3 BR.l bath, billy r.... lOft, 2.sr. .... off Grill.Lisp. 473-4373
SALE, ... ...
INHIRANCE: SERVICE Tk rad.y.FridaySaturday. Ia,. .1' oo urn .
AGENCY S. Lake Av... .210 N. St. !SR-19.
OVA I 1(71, 417 aoblcloo Laka Butter, 494-1978. Phone 064-8988 Clolr, Stinks ltck. 10ft 1031 1 FlT. Mr7a7sR.2M.
[ 45 opaod. 4(8-2349. Complete: Insurance Sarvlca. SAW SHOP C..- 3 BR. I-'h.-'; ,:.. IRFR. -- ---
L Monday-Friday .., akarpaolof Mrvlao, TlRESM"87'"HUBCAPSF7SI5' 4 orraa 301N. lost and 1068, Las ...
;Esryoa; 1.Is.ur.b/.I/ I 8 a m. to 8 p.m. ......, fcaad. ......., Ilk. ..... Pk.oo 100. IM. ...... Rd. LillianC.I'rat'Mon&; :
IlL FURNACE THER.fOOTAT Immediate .". ..., ....., ..... kallow 1444004 ., 431-1451. llpd Olio 20 ...r. Snarl vary REALTOR:
A OIL DRUM, .. JOE I.SHKA I ..... aod ..,...... L.... 10/9 naataakla.. Just1 SR-I IOJJ.: Ooo7o7o"lot, oil
111 ...,.,... ..... (2t ,AGENCY ho.! 494-2124 .' 490I I Jackaao Balldlof. Supply. Paved read .....-.,., ..1301 North
logo bead (Iv......). 82. PANELINGCENTER "i .ar Koyataoa H.I."". - -
1903. .1 "M/ :III' :\UIITII
404151. Itpd 105o : -- / R/IHIRItJK. IOS..S"-o';
t.ECKGE: ; ...,Rd.S .
| : FLlIKll' \
J\4t'RA"CE:. Rih.rd c1 ( THOMAS llvi.Heal .:.t..* HrndrrI'hmivHMirHjr ... f31tCM
OLD HOUSE G... .ur.... Agancy, F.,. II LANIKI.EAR I ) IOS7i Ooaaud* I..
{..her., Yea liar ._. ... sad ")..1.,. Bank B.adl.1.1 I Cooiploto balldM. REALTY CI", '':' ,XatilI) A.1I5S'Illll /, /...*. oH ...... Rd..
MoldingKitchen '. Phaoo 964 5734. 9/14
_.. ."..Ial. lake 109iPORD phont> 4!"HI.21 0. .! ak>..B.tl Paneling I -- Levaly 1 or 4 BR 11/2
: Cabinets / '. 621 lerth Walnut NI. I080t lBR'blo.k. Lowtoy.1062i katbi Bans boot oo 1acraa.
I TRACTORS I Stark.. Inrlda' 3 ((191' CMAA. oiooyxlroa.
rem, 1-10" ...... pktwa, Hfiftrt I IfJUlllOZlIII I Counter Tops 9644162Form.ni : ..' / ltfiillmpl I > 5o-<-r.-..-4 -BR.- black a OSO.OOO ...e r

|bags I row nltivotora.BjlAO. I I vanities I .... A.... Thomas Seers Rd. ,......
3113 ". T. ". .\,..
C Mo too r...... .,.... Ural .:.t.1O ---
|4M1. after I .... Upd Bulldozer WorK FREE I Ni.rkf.rlo. I044r It ..1& ...... Ml 4, BR. 2 atk. |Brkh' j

>ME FOR SALEt Lovalv. Large or Small I I ESTIMATES I ) 03 Four h..r. _., two bath, W I 77IHI North.I049i ( lIoIA..,ao. "'.I.c r...
.... 447JOO.foollry
tR. briob .....lad Co kaoio,102( w. M. St.Haady "..1.. .. BU.vl.f i N.. 3-aeaa .. --
tare* .*. I au N.E. Sib *Land FillPonds 2.1115: : Temple - brick ....*. 3 BR, ood 1BR Farm .......... 1
a, IL Cal I 444724, I IWILBUR I VAUGHN.JOHNSON. MI....*.Florid. Altos Rd. apacU. lksplace, carpota, ".y.. Iraoio, Maraoo Rd.. __er. ....... af ...
arl 10/13 dhk. waakar k.roootry --- -- Call
10A ralrl .
> pjok flobf CO ..,. ...
I'I Paul H. Faulkner - oo _., I AtraoOwo 1044. 3 .... ....Pratt II. A 8 tao; *
WATERS 04>*4> RaK.r Tkra. BR "rams ...... .. win 4......
S. Thompson .r will hold .((. t -- ---
",.i"1 944 5IM5 ... ocro o.ar.city.Tkra. qualljlod ..,.,. 1047t apoituro arse .......... -- -
FURNITURE Coca Cola Plant i...... - .. Crowlocd Rd.I04i f BR' hamnlow m oowMOV
W Madison, 81. 8iarka 13"O St.1 -- .,
REFINISHING 880 I kodroaa, two bath *. w..har A." .
CUjA. 2 -
LAKE, 381&, I R..tarool 3 BR 4"arraa 411.000. Hill cooaldarIraaVr
-- OrXl-Xtt cootral heat cod air, 130 oad 4 BR
F,. E........ _.m .... kit, with g.sut.Magi. Pratt flu story ..... lo Lowlayttnall 'ra.., H.. ._. .. trade
.. .... ..,...., A .
., -
.. _-' -raaT'SR325. aaaaoio V.A. ..r..... -- --- 1n ..,.. '.. ."
S..I.. Air.. 2.9 ... 070, 1 .R brisk. Ce.atry '

B..M... _. -4.30 Fr.p.m.Ph. I vif| IRAN'S : No.i11:: ,ACRES olco ..gad.... paaluro'n... Hampta.war- -llaaoaOoo .... 3BR.II I 1-/2 ..-,..-.CH- &Aas Club. .. .paotoro.....I4 with. ao 11(rodad 1/I pmoot read.
...... ,, .... 3BR cao. kft. .bo.. acre h... akaa, SR- 1 I ,o.ra .... paved Saaall road loCaoolry. 072.. Lot-aod- ....... booao ...... .

:;';;, 964.7609 '.,..'rat ...., and air.t 100 W", .._, ,......... sad ..dewsp.y.aat .... oil SRIO.07J r .. ---
... 4 oaroo A vp with largo
I B Have Lots In All Parts ...... - ..,. --r
we .*
Tract iiifh 10 OCT.* ...'.r., ..., city I.t1g 20 a7r a ood ...... ...... oo .l'H44l Law..,,
I d ACRE 1 and I.".. Oil SR-14 E..,. M koora ..... city .....evadable. (1.00Oar
oo private
Bradford And Clay Counties. ". with .baaotllul/ large. -- --, :3 I BR. Coacralo bit ha.ogad Graadlo.Maay r ocro.< It ,ar...,
.... tr.... oadRloo. took ka"o ...
... RaaMaotlal A ,
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I.j County Commission to Pursue Repair on Unsafe Doan BridgeDoan ; 11

Bridge users appeared at the resident who farm In the Brooker bridge that was closed three, weeks half of the official that are negotiating one old piling. Commissioner Dave Bridge rebuilding Job for $13,000-ttie i
I Tuesday, October S, County Com mi. area, again was the spokeswoman for ago for safety reasons. on the bridge Issue Is the price tag Shuford explained the building of a lowest figure yet mentioned In discussion
salon meeting on two separate occasions the bridge delegation that addressedthe BC Commission Chairman EW on the"" project. Hodges said he new bridge brings along with It certain of the issue. I
to press the commission to commission In the morning and Hodges explained to Mrs McDavId received quotes from Alachua's requirements that would boost The Commission's Immediate t
1& push forward with Alachua County came back later. She called on Brad-- that he had talked to AUchua Commissioners engineering consultant ringing from the cost of the project. For Instance, action was to authorize Chairman I
officials to reopen the bridge that ford's Commissioners to exert Jack Durrancc. and Perry $29,000 for revamping the"bridge to Iii new bridge must be two-lane. Hodges to privately negotiate with I
crosses the Santa Fe River near pressure on Alachua County's McGriff "and I believe they'll work present structure, up to UM.ooofor a roadways Alachua County Commissioners to
Dedan Church Road. Commissioners to get them "to stop with us on this thin" realigned/ two-lane CIO CJ'eteItrue "In my opinion we need to stop push fora cost-splitting solution to the I
1 Nancy McDavId, an Alachua playing political ping-pong". with theIN One of the the Bradford ture. Alachua.had professed a preference talking about re-aligning, retoppingand problem. The motion passed said
for the more expensive version two4aning the bridge and sfmplj' Hodges could negotiate for an answer,,
"I live down there too we don't repair it," said Commissioner George with the cost to open the bridge not
I 4th Win Draws Praise From Coaches want a super-highway," Hodgea said Roberta "If we don't that bridge will exceeding $30,000. Lone dissenter in
of the project 7 What we had down never be reopened." the vote was Roberts who said he
there before will do just fine" During the meeting the board calleda certainly didn't object to working
Bradford's coaches found few flaws "We still haven't played complete clogging up the middle and our line- The residents of the area that attended Georgia contractor who built the towards opening the crossing but
In the Tornadoes win over Green football game" Hancock said of his backers complement each" other and the meeting agreed with Sampson Lake Bridge for the county. didn't think the $30.000 figure should
Cove-Clay-last week. linemen, abut we're getting more handle our defense well, Sexton concluded Hodges' estimation He estimated he could do the Doan be plugged In,

"I was very pleased with the way, consistent; that's what is important" did "We Just need the on.""" struc
we played against Clay County," said for a young line like we have. "Our secondary another good ture we had before," MM. McDavId
Defensively the Tornadoes gave up job also,"said Secondary)/ Coach Mike Object Throwers Will Lose
Head Coach David Ilurse, "We were said, "I've never'once met a car on -
the TD while Hartley, "We didn't have
lust late-game allowing
very consistent A lot, of times In a and many that bridge.We sure don't need a two- I
game like that you'll come out and less than 100 yards rushing and only breakdowns when we did they lane, longer bridge. The Alachua
five completion and both defensive didn't hurt us. Seat Football Game
play a sloppy second half but we Dale "Peabody" Commission Is just trying to price the
played as well or better in the lecondhalf caches were pleased. Rogers was project so high that you won't be ableto
Friday ''We had another good week," chosen as the Defensive Backfield meet them halfway and have to Bradford High School officials warn An Athletic Department spokesmaa
"Our starters did well and I was understated Defensive CoordinatorMike Player of the Week after picking,! off a keep It closed down" )they; are 'going to creek down on said any one caught throwing paper'
also pleased with the play of our Sexton. "The thing that impresses pass and "doing another "solid Job of Bradford's Commission also said people who throw objects of any kind
young substitutes" Ilurse .said ad- me about our defense Is thatwe're pursuing against the run. they'll lean towards a repair of the at tomorrow' night's Homecoming cups, clay or any other object at I
ding he was especially pleased with having very good overall team "Our other backs, Dwayne Cummings bridge and not rebuilding of the football game and ensuing home football games will be removed from
efforts.\ We do have Individual Donald Reddish and Richard
good the stadium.
the play of center Marcus Cruce. crossing even lilt means keeping just games. .
Milnerhad efforts also
backup tailback Mike Jordan and performances every week but really good Hartley
our strength Is our overall team effort said
young secondary men Mike Teston '
I'd rather have that than a coupleof -LAWTEY .
Richard Smith and David Sparks and great individual performances any. I Iby
also praised the "heads-lip play of day"

soph wldeout Kenny Clark who Sexton said sophomore tackle CHURCH ACTIVITIES Elisabeth Terry Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dyal and I
recovered a Bradford fumble in the Frank Swindell was awarded the CHURCH OF GOD: Sunday School Phone 782-3300 daughter Dawn of Jacksonville, were
endzone for his first touchdown defensive front Player of the Week 10 a.m., Worship Services a.m. and Saturday night supper guests of their I

"Tyson ran well and he knows as award for the first time In his young 6 p.m.. Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7 First Grade: Fish pond ''dart sponsoring a Turkey Shoot Saturday parents Mr. and Mrs. Leo Dyal. and
well as we do how well his blockersdid career, Swindell had five primary p.m., YPE Friday at 7 p.m. throw at balloons, and apple bobbing. October 14, North of Lawtey. Plan Leonette.Mr. .
to give him running room," Ilurse tackles, three assists and played "by EVERGREEN BAPTIST: Sunday -second Grade: Dragon Crawl, ahead so there will be a good turn out and Mrs. Fred Phillips and I
said "our backs are catching on the I- far his best game of the year" according School 10 a.m., Worship Services II "Plck-my-Pocket." for this worthy cause family of Jacksonville, were dinner
formation and Jeffrey Norman did an to his coach. Sexton also a.m. and 7 p.m., Training Union 6 -Third Grade: Cake Walk. guests of Mr. and Mrs Donald ;
outstanding job of handling the of- credited linebacker Danny Hilde- p.m., Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7 -Fourth Grade: Horse and Pony PERSONALS Wilkison on Sunday.
fense." brand, who was In on 10 tackles, Fred pm.FAITH Rides. Col. and Mrs. William Wilson 'I
Woods who was In on seven, and BAPTIST: Radio Programon Fifth Grade: Hayride .and Putt-Putt Mr.and Mrs. Billy Anders Sr, and visited General and Mrs.David Jonesof I
"Our offensive line did a good job, defensive( end Alton Moore, who WPXE 8 a.m. Sunday Bible School Golf. daughter of Jacksonville, were Tues Indiatlantic Beach, Fla., Thursday \
said frontline coach Bob Hancock, bottled up Blue Devil screen pass 10 a.m., Worship Services 11 a.m. and -SIxth Grade: Candy apples day supper guests of their mother, Sunday.. While there, they attended
"Marcus and Allen Scott had outstanding attempts time and again in the win. 6:30: p.m., Prayer Meeting on Wed- candy, etc.seventb. Mrs O.J Anders. the Military Civilian Relation I
games and Johnny Bell 'Our end play has been everything I nesday at 6:30: p.m. Grade: Haunted House Counsel.
showed us that he's coming along.We're could ask It to be, our tackles and FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
: and bowling.P.E. Mr.and Mrs. Danny Luke and Miss Mr and Mrs Virgil Griff and Mrs.
counting on Johnny to hold our Sunday School 9:45: a.m., Worship .: Cotton Candy and Popcorn. Lynn Whaley spent the weekend with Maines Griffis and children of
line noseguard Kevin
together. Reddish
are Services 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m., -School proofs have been sent their parents, Mr. .and Mrs Tom Palatka, visited their mother, Mrs.
Training Union 6:30: p>.rn. Prayer ome. We ask you to choose the Whaley and family of Tampa.Mr. Nellie Wilkinson, and slater, Mrs.
Meeting on Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. package you want and send check or Daisy Boch on Sunday afternoon..
CRACK UNITED METHODIST: cash In the envelope and return to and Mrs. Daniel Wilkison and Mr. and Mrs J.R. Hardee of
Sunday School 9:45: a.m., Worship school. Pictures must be paid for In daughter Dana of Jacksonville, were Gainesville, visited their cousins Mr.
,. Services 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m., order for you to receive a package. Sunday dinner guests of their parentsMr. \ and Mrs Cecil. Hardee, on Sunday
Methodist Youth Fellowship at 0:30 Deadline Is Friday, October 6th. and Mrs. Donald Wilkison afternoon.
p.m., on Sunday night Choir Practiceon -Plans are still being made for a Mr. and Mrs Cecil Hardee visited Mrs. Pierce Crews and her niece
Wednesday at 7:15: p.m. yearbook. If you would like to have their brother-in-law and sister, Mr. Mrs. W.F. Atwood Sr., were business
The church has a nursery for preschool one, please return the form so we'' and Mrs. Oscar Vanzant, of Callahan, visitors to Jacksonville on Thursday.
AN children during worship hours might know how many of you are Thursday to Saturday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hodges and
Saturday, Oct. 7, at S p.m. the Interested. If we have 200 the price and Mrs. Harold Eunice visited family attended the Bell Reunion at
,II'. )\.\, Young Adults of the church are is $3.35 250' $2.85, 300 $2.63. their son 'and daughter-in-law,. Mr. the home of their; mother Mrs. Annie
K having another picnic at the home of Whether we decide to purchase the and Mrs. Emory Eunice and family, Mae Crews on Sunday
L Robert and Jeanne Lee. AU are In- yearbooks will be your decision. The of Gainesville, on Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Mabel McClellan and her
S vited: bring food and fellowship with book will have about 24 pages, and a Mrs. Mary Chesser and daughter mother Mrs. R.H. Futch. visited her.
you. For more information call Carol hard cover with "LAWTEY Liz of Sanford. spent the weekend daughter, Mrs. Ola Starling, and her
Slater at 782-3352. DOLPHINS on the cover. with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Hub lonInIaw'and daughter, Mr and
nf' The Church will have Homecomingwith School: jackets should be In this Harley.Freddie. Mrs. Larry Norman and their
If o "Dinner on The Ground", Oct. 15. month. We will be sending notices Moore spent a few days daughter Rhonda. .
... c All are Invited.HIGHLAND. home as soon as they arrive at the with his mother Mrs. Fred Moore, Mrs. Pierce Crews attended Home
BAPTIST: Sunday school.The Sr., on his way to Miami from Hen- Coming and Sing at Morgan Road
School 9:45: a.m.. Worship Services 11a first six-weeks grading dersonville, N.C. Mrs. Ann Andrewsof Baptist Church on Sunday.Mr. .
.m. and 7 p.m., Prayer Meeting period will end October 9. Report Wildwood, spent a few days with and Mrs. Jeff Cain of Gainesville .
VOTERSFor Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. Cards will be going home October 16. her mother. Mr. and Mrs. Chuck were Friday dinner guests of
LAURA BAPTIST: Sunday School Also, we will be sending home the Moore, Bob and Ryan, of Lake City Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly
10 a.m.. Worship Services 11 a.m. and CTBS Reading Scores from May of met them at church on Sunday and Miss Elizabeth Terry spent Monday
7:30: p.m., Prayer Meeting Wed. last school term. If you have any spent the day. Other guests during the to Friday with her sister, Mrs. J.P;
nesday at 7:30 p.m. questions concerning these scores! weekend were Mrs. Gayle Todor Wyrick, of Tallahassee. They attended -
Your MORGAN ROAD BAPTIST feel free to call us or come and talk Brad and Scott Orange Park, lpentSaturday. Teachers and Officers Meeting
Vote Sunday School 10 a.m., Worship Ser With us about them. Mr. and .Mrs. Canny In their new church on .W.dnmd y>-* .
vices 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Training -The State Wide Assessment Tests Thompson, Kevin and Bryan, of' night. Mrs. Richard Trawick, Mrs
Union 6 p.m.. Prayer Meeting Wednesday will be given in the third fifth, eighth Jacksonville spent Sunday afternoon Shirley Cunningham, of Birmingham
7:30: p.m.NORTIISIDE and eleventh grades! the weeks of with them. Ala. and Mrs Charles Carter, visited
CommissionIs BAPTIST: Sunday October 9-12; and October 18-19. We Mr. and Mrs Carl Norman and sons them on Thursday, and Mr. Charles
The County School 10 a.m., Worship Services 11, ask students to be present for these spent the weekend with their cousins, Carter, on Friday morning The new
a,m. and 7 p.m., Prayer Meeting days,so they will not have to make-up Mr. and Mrs Roy Smith of Seville. church Thomasville Road Baptist
Wednesday 7 p.m. the tests at a later date. Mrs. Joseph Starling and David will be !dedicated on Sunday Oct. 8.
Yours SMYRNA MISSIONARY BAP- -Mrs. Tatum's third grade was attended the Carlton Reunion at Lake Mr.: Arlie Dobbs returned home
TIST: Sunday School a.m., Worship. treated with a popcorn party Friday, Butler on Sunday. Saturday from Alachua General
Services a.m. and 7 p.m., BTS 5:45: Mrs. Thompson provided the punch. Mrs. Bessie Watts of St. Augustine, Hospital of Gainesvilles. Mrs. Earl
p.m., Prayer Meeting on. Wednesday. -The second grades had a popcorn: Mr. G.C. Stanley, of Crescent City Dobbs of Raiford spent Saturday
at 7 p.m. party honoring the students In the Mrs Jan Webb and son of afternoon with them their son and
Mark Adkins Is A Man Of The People. SCHOOL NEWS second grade who had birthdays for Beach, and Mr. and Mrs. Water daughter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Willie
-Football tickets will be sale In
on the month of September Stanley, of Albany, Ga., were Sunday Dobbs spent Saturday night with
the school office from 8 until
a.m. 3 dinner guests of Mr and Mrs. Barry them, their son and daughter-in-law.
pm. on Friday. This week will be Watts. Mrs. Bessie Watts went home Mr. and Mrs. Casey Dobbs, of I
He Will Make You A Good Commissione
homecoming.get your ticket To avoid early;waiting Adults In$2.50.line. MONDAY Vegetable beef soup; with Mrs. Stanley for two davs. Jacksonville spent Sunday with them.

Students 150. All tickets at the saltines, cheese toast, strawberry
gate will be $2.50. shortcake, milk. -- SCOUT NEWS 11 11lay
Plans and preparations are still TUESDAY: Chicken with noodles,
being made for our annual Halloween green lima beans, l/i peanut butter & EavesIt
MARK B. ADKINSCounty Carnival which will be held on jelly sandwich, peaches, milk. Carolyn Verna Schmidt, LaVon Drivas, Lila
Saturday, October 28, from 5 p.m. .9 WEDNESDAY is Girl Scout time again with all Rae Yawn, June Edwards, Cindy
p.m. If you have not volunteered to NATIONAL SCHOOL LUNCH leaders ready to begin activities. All Edwards, Dirk Schmidt, Susan Edwards
help, we still need you. Call 782.3639 MENU troops will be meeting next week, \if and of course, the terrific
Commission District 2 and volunteer, today!II!! Fried chicken mashed potatoes with your scout has not been contacted, she Seniors who did so well with the music
This is what each grade level will be gravy, carrot & celery sticks, orange will be. If you have a girl interested in and narrative, Catherine Schoening,
responsible forKindergarten: wedges, oatmeal raisin cookie, hot scouting please'contact me as we Terry Goodge Irene Wainwright, 1
Pd Pol Adv Pd for By Mark Adklns, Campaign Tr .. have
ur r : Hotdogs donuts, biscuits & butter, milk. openings in most troops. Cana Schmidt. Patty Mullins. Betsy
and cakes. t THURSDAY Beefaroni. green beans Senior Troop 669 met throughout the Yawn. Joyce Wainwright, and their
applesauce, rolls butter, milk. summer months as they have a big leader Laurie Mullins. Everyone i
-- FRIDAY: TEACHER, PLANNINGDAY production in the works. They were in agreed it sure was fun to do and we all I
::.'.;... rehearsal for "Daisy" an operetta enjoyed the tongue twisters.
based on the life of the founder of Girl I
.. : ., Troop 669 has already elected officers
...t Scouts. This will be {presented to the for 1978-79, they Include President I
public next year around Girl Scout .
.1 Irene Wainwright, Vice-
: LAWTEY ATHLETIC Week. Several people gave very generously President, Lori Shinn, Secretary,
. ASSOCIATION PLANS of their time to have
the music
;ego a Tva Betsy Yawn, Treasurer, Lynne Johns,
TURKEY recorded
SHOOT by September. Not all were
The Lawtey Athletic Association Is Senior Telephone Chairmen, Terry Goodge
Scouts but all
were good
and Patricia
. ) ) i Garvin. Historian. Joyce
( .1
friends of
L .. scouting. Big thank you tontary Wainwright, ADK Chairman Patty
Mullins, Senior Planning Board
,d I : Starke Eleme: News ===== Representatives, Joyce Wainwright
w and Vickie Carver This troop is
;' meeting first and third Mondays at 7
The kindergarten classes received Important notice to parents: The pm. at the First United Methodist
v J visit from "Miss A" on Monday. She State Assessment Test for the 3rd and Church. Several new members have
WAKE UP TO WARMTH WITH presented the children with her two 5th grades will start October 9th Thisis been added this year Including ninth
.gyp' sounds in song. The students were a very important test for these boys grader. If you know of an Interestedgirl
very excited at seeing the marionette. and girls and parents should help in high school contact one of the
CENTRAL HEAT & AIRs puppet. stress. Its Importance. scouts or Laurie Mullins or Carolyn
It is time to select our Safety Patrol October 9-12 Is National School. Eaves.
Members for the first semester. The Lunch week and Wednesday we will Cadette Troop 520 will meet
COMPLETELY INSTALLED FROM following criteria Is used In the selections have a special menu to celebrate the Tuesday after school at the Methodist
< > of students: week. Church until 4:30: with Leader Carolyn
1. Over-all "B" average Eaves, who could sure use an assistant
mi MOM JuaviTUP academically or working up to their Lunch Menu leader. This troop la for seventh,
$1690 potential. eighth graders and ninth graders, not
f' 2. Nothing less than a "B" In Monday Hamburger on bun, let. in Senior Scouts. :
TO tMIU citizenship.\ tuce. tomato & pickle, french fries, Junior Troop 605 will meet
1l i ?' 3. All students\ must be recommended peaches milk. Tuesdays at Starke Elementary
gam''' / 2 TON SYSTEM zw1i4a.wf.N: .. ay, by the teacher. Tuesday, Salisbury steak, butteredrice 'School with their leader Janet
) -.. ." .-- 4. The Safety Patrol sponsors will ,' turnip greens, pumpkin pie, Klmutls. Junior troops are grades
ysssssss? ::::..! --. .... I have the authority to suspend from cornbread; milk.Wednesday. fourth, fifth and sixth. ,
(National School
member for .
the patrol, any miscon Junior Troop 614 meets Monday at
duct or negligence of duty. Lunch Menu Day) Fried Chicken Southside Elementary School with
HEAT PUMP GAS HEAT ';', 5. Teachers will select two students mashed potatoes brown gravy, new leader Elizabeth Younts and a
.: from their room In the 4th and 5th carrot& celery orange wedge, assistant Monterey Wasdin. Warm
ELECTRICAL HEAT grade. Fifth grade teachers may oatmeal raisin cookie, hot biscuit & welcome to both of them. Elizabeth'
r\,. '.select three from their room in the butter, milk.Thursday worked with Brownies I last
+1 OIL HEAT SOLAR SYSTEMS .W event you have 3 students who are Fish sandwich, cabbage we think they will be great year leaders and

.4.really top notch. slaw, potato chips, jello with fruit, Junior Troop 444 meets Thursdays
6. Teachers may at any time cookie, milk. at 4:15: p.m. with Pat Weltys
'recommend to the sponsors the Friday,Teachers Planning Day (No Junior 684 home
SAWYER Troop will with"'their
: meet
suspension of a patrol member for School for children;, leader Elizabeth Givens Walker. I
Inappropriate conduct In the class- Junior
Troop 691 will meet with
AIR their leader Edna Allen
rot.Remember It
CONDITIONING you don't have any Mrs. Patrick's 4th have Once
grade been again we
INC. really appreciate
,,, students who meet the standards tfte
r F;' you
studying basic addition and subtraction elementary schools: and the Methodist
\\JACKSONVIUI L have to select
r 714440STA 1//do not anyone.
facts.This past Friday Kim Sapp Church for their Interest In Girl
KIVo4.770t ,;; and Chuck Coburn were the all-Urn Scouting, without them we could not
"Our Safety Patrol Is an honor for. winners for the best work at the. have all the troops meeting. Also
each student selected fastest time. thanks to the Weltys.

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