Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/04177
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 12, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:04177
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,' Brooker's Town Council attended Tuesday's Council meeting the (town SS,S20 for the 10 years andan
unanimously approved a ''SIn5oo0( and his conversation with the board estimated $4.18 per month for the
I ,"" water system project and moved to members strengthened their confidence customers. .
push forward towards obtaining a of getting the grant and loan.
loan and grant from the State Farmers Al the same time he assured the
-- Home Administration FmllA( The smaller system would have Included board of the likelihood of the grant
-to lund the project at its Tuesday,Oct only a lO.OOO gallon tank and and loan the FmllA spokesman also .
It' y ito,trneeltng, would not have received FmllA volunteered to the Council that they vv '
r ; :.) backing The total cost of the lesser needn't worry about government ;
I After hearing a handful or citizens system would have been near $26.000Bnd meddling In the town's water system i'
air, their views about the incoming would have been funded solely bya flerw ar 3.Council members greeted l'l'
I Miss Belinda water system Improvement at a bank loan.Terms of the loan were to with approval I the message that t
Kilby -Friday, Oct 8, public hearing the have been seven percent Interest on a FmllA 'docsn have enough people "i
board made the decision to go with the lOyear loan making the annual cost to See Page tt\ ,
larger system of the two final alter
I ,nates presented and get FmHA grant I
Football Loss Mars Otherwise Perfect BHS HomecomingThe and loan help The approved project ,
includes a loti.ooo gallon storage tank

wait Is over. Belinda Kilby la the 1978 Bradford The floats and the parade went off without a flaw ,a lorlnation system, fire hydrants. Judge Yawn Names :
High School Homecoming Queen. and the hard work that went into the floats paid off with 'ana an overhauled eight Inch ,supply .
One could almost hear Bert Parks In the background imaginative creations rolling by a large crowd Friday wel| ,
as Belinda was crowned by 1977 Queen Kathy Taylor, afternoon. The sophomores took first place in the I Total coot of the system will be .",',' ,
pictured above with the new queen. Belinda'a brother competition.The $108.600 but a proposed 75 percent
and Dinky, joint in on the happy occasion at whirl Thursday night featured a standing room grant from KmHA will pay (orIUOO
left. Belinda Is the daughter of Mr.' and Mrs. Ronald only crowd some very funny class skits and some $ of the project The remaining Tallahassee LawyerTo
Eugene Kilby of US-301 North of Starke. enthusiastic cheering and music from the cheerleaders, (4i,40owtll be received as a loan from ,
Everything went smoothly in the homecoming celebration and band The juniors' rendition of "How the East WasWon" FmllA to be paid back at a five percent
interest rate The annual
except for the took first place. jjJ
game Friday night, which saw
the Eastaide Rams take a mild .upset over the Torna For a closer look at homecoming festivities, turn to payment Brooker with Interest will be 2.700
does. 23-3 page SB. with the yearly operationand
maintenance costs estimated at Represent Court
$2r: making! the estimated total .
annual cost $4.850; on a 40\ year bams. ,

3 Set Engineer Jerome Kelly, who has Circuit Judge Theron-Yawn Jr. of Bradford county lawyer Dudley I i
I City Rezoning Hearings advised the town on the project Gainesville filed a court order Friday, Hardy filed tin appeal against that !
estimated the monthly cost to Oct. 0, designating Tallahassee at permanent Injunction last week to set
customers to finance the system will torney Sam Spector as counsel to the the stage (for an expected court battle I
) Faced with Interpreting a new could serve two purposes when arezoning ordinance. City Clerk Merrill Ed- be$3,67.A Farmers Home.spokesman court in the simmering battle !betweenthe that will decide whether Bradford ,
". zoning code that 'is JOO pages' longer petition requires an amend wards, who has been serving In this court and the Bradford County Commissioners can decide how to j
than the brief.29page ordinance ment to the comprehensive plan capacity under the old zoning ,ordinance Commission over courthouse space allocate: County Courthouse
adopted in 1955, the city's new Otherwise. If they are separate said he could not, and did not without conferring with the judicial !
Planning and Zoning Commission wet groups, the amendment hearing wish to serve as administrator of the :1 Inside... Spector served as Judge of the lilt branch '
and organized Monday, Oct. 2_electIng would have to be held by the Planning new code, due to its complexity:, District court of appeals In Florida As a sidelight to the main controversy
A.U Crosby, Jr chairman of the Agency and the rezoning hearing by Meeting the next,night the city Social . .f gs2A4A and ran unsuccessfully for the State there is also u question over
iwven-mcmber group, and Walter the Zoning Board. Keister said, Up to commission voted unanimously to (Editorials' . . PageiA Supreme Court. Spector will who will pay the Circuit Courts legal
Westcott vice-chairman.: now the City Council has served as Its amend Ordinance 253-A to designate( .':LN.ws Pages 7A-tA represent the Circuit Court In defenseof fees In the appeal case. Judge Yaw n's> ,
Length of terms determined own Planning Agency. the new zoning board as the city's . Yawn's permanent order that first order und his order designating ,
were .
Sport P g1B4Biapurchase
Keister also the Importance Commission from Count '
stressed stopped the counsel both said\ 'Bradford "
"V" bi M planning agency v as ,Keister had )
-:: drawing"' 'Ullpti' -pttpet from I" a.r...,, of Mrjx<,.ppaintra nfc; ot 4 I:" ''itiflffgittad: to the tomngboard: 'a d '" "t dsSf ? ;:;. .;aPsq.PB6Mtawt allocating space In the- Mcoml floor\ .Commissioners will 'p81ipI't'lnr; \ u .
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Joe W Williams and:Cecelia Ter- carry out functions of the zoning See Page 9A : ;--- '/;;,'which. ;Judge Yawn helped (design, the Circuit Court. Sources vorkln!

wlllegar, one year; Merrill G, Mc ...(..., .,,' t with the Commission sd>' the board ;
Milan and Walter Westcott. two will probably not appeal that issue 1
years; Julius Royal, Clair Capps,.and and go ahead and PUN' legal COM for 6
Crosby, three DOT To both sides In the cane. ,
years. Move
meetings It was on decided the fourth to, hold Thursday regular of City Urging Up Priority and In March Public the Defender's Stale Attorneys official office ,,'

each month at 7:30: p,m. in the City requested additional courthouse
Hall In case of a conflicting holiday, sptcetoexpandtheir local offices! und ion
the meeting will be held on the third June 10 the county board elected In
Thursday To Market' oad RR grant their request: In allocating the
Charles Keister of North Central Improve Crossing ; present grandjury room and joining '
waiting rooms to the stale uitorm*>
Florida Regional Planning Council,
and office the
space assigned to I judlCt'of
advised the group that It would be
the Court the
County to pubhl'dl'endl.'r
desirable for the Board
Zoning' to Local officials have made another their vehicles and also Increasing the of the signal devices and would put In an equal amount. This The decision \\IIK made with
also the
serve order as that city a Planning move toward getting the oft-talked of possibility of accidents. urged SCL and city and county board time Starke's Commission nixed the the hoard rl.'tlloning' that h> IllitI'liot
Agency in one hearing safety signal Installation at the Before the recent letter campaignthe members to chip in to refurbish the effort. required to provide< adequate apace
Market Road railroad crossing in parties Involved discussed other crossing Seaboard Coast Line "We don't feel like that's one of our for both the State Attorney' und the
north Starke in back of the farmer's methods of 'acquiring the safety officials balked saying they paid responsibilities" Commissioner Public Defender and that the (Cram!
t IIjt a> t1rtrr'! market.r signals before the 1980-1981 date set by l.2uo a year for each signalized 'Joe Warren said of Sturkc decisionto Jury Room und the rooms assigned In
In the last of a long series of DCT Money got in the way Florida crossing they used-.their not join in the Installation fin.iiuing County Judge Kl/ie: Sunder" were
attempts to solve the Market Road share of the maintenance-and wouldnot ( \ !, used infrHui| 'nll\',
In 1977 the issue came to the fore accept the government's responsibility hollowing the board decision fawn
problem Starke Police Chief Jimmy "The> 're financially! strapped
when the railroads first sought for installing the signal devices filed a lenipour restraining order
Bowen has sent a City Council-backed now City Clerk Merrill Kclwjrdslaid :
from DOT to have the
letter to the State Department of permission Amtrak has continued to push, for of the Starke ('omm lisiorr. "The- and then the permanent Injunction
, Transportation (DOT), in the hopes speed limit raised to 40 mph through the purchase of the equipment and 'it\' has business! at all in building u saving In (the texts that the board
Starke. The DOT okayed the higher effort
I'I that DOT will move the crossing up on at nine of Starke continued to promise to pay a 320.0UO tilroad to unildlorall appropriate
10 crossings
I its priority list and install the safety share of the costs Recently Amtrak Ahatthccit) has done at the urging courthouse spate dedicated In court
but said the Market Road
1 equipment in the near future crossing spokesmen have visited County and of railroad spokesman Is send the use for another purpose abridges (the
would have to be revamped before
board efforts letter to DOT to push for nOT doctrine of separation of powers and
The letter explains the history of the could the limit here. City members In to per a
Issue and also Includes the results of a they up ( suade them to share the costs of the financed Installation.ow: : all the Ixun unwarranted Intrusion upon the
recent 10 hour traffic survey done at At that time AMTRAK pushed for a estimated S40-SO.OOO installation interested parties are in a unitingperiod judicial+ branch of stale government
the crossing. cost-sharing method of getting the Bradford County Commission eager to hear hat fiction Dor( Yawns (final administrative order
Friday, Oct. UBIKEATHON necessary equipment. Chairman EW, said the Mill lake
Chief Bowen explained DOT Installs Hodges and permanent In junction also said
new and replacement signal equip- A Washington-based spokesman for county board agreed to put SIO.OOU) "It could he a week or. it could he the re"ent'ents were turning the
for Cystic Fibrosis ment by a schedule that is based on a Amtrak promised S20.000 toward the into the signal purchase I If the city months" Chief Rouen says. courthouse into something no longer

Liwtty Elementary hazard-priority list Since that worthy of the name courthouse into
: f:4Sam.PUBLIC priority list is based on traffic statistics u beehtveof administrative activity to
the city felt an up-to-date survey the virtual exclusion of the courts."
, might help to push the Market Road J JAft
crossing up on the priority list A DOT ('urthouxeofficals are& the
official said prior to the letter that the case wont I get to court lor. a coupe of
I Concert INVITED By crossing Is rated "about 580th on the months at the least.Rogers,
list" making it due for signal install
Lconldas Llpovitsky
t ation in 1980 or 1981.
Pianist kis
i: BHS Auditorium Problems relating to the Market Wins
: 5 Road crossing emanated from both a '
p.m.SATURDAY local and railroad point of view and
revolve around the fact that the only !
thing barring railroad trains from Raiford Seat
; OCT t4 moving through Starke at 40 miles per
hour-twice the present allowable Despite the fact the electricity was I
!Ili TURKEY SHOOT speed. the lack of adequate safety flora few minutes Tuesday,Oct ID." .
i Ii. Sponsored by Lawtty equipment at the Market Road crossing the race for the vacated Hdlford
Athletic Asia.Jz "bA; council seat went off without a hitch
1 City and County officials have a titi I) Town (lerk Kathryn Alvarez
j supported the higher speed limit after reported that I m percent of the
!being assured there was no danger registered 124 voters of Kaiford
I NATIONAL GUARD Involved because the trains would y f turned out to put Willie Rogers into
TRAINING move through the area faster and thus I wN the scat Her hie Whitten vacated In '
:- at Armory not block crossings as long each day. ; order to run for the county commission -
':;, October I"'U There has long Been a concern in from District 4.
i Starke that because there Is no overpass ? fathering 40 of the 81 I voles cast., '
I to allow emergency vehicles to' 'lingers wan followed hv Willie Kinley. I'

L'! .MONDAY.. ,OCTOBER 14 cross RR gradings when trains are with 2!) voles and LeRoy Hauler-son
' creeping through. police fire department taking the remaining 12 votes. There
I'JL' Elks Districts and rescue vehicles can be /. : were four absentee votes counted Into

J D.putyVWtatlen delayed.The ', ..., .,:.;:... -';',>,,.,, the totals with only two votes being l
t I- o .* Supper at 7 p.m. railroad company! users of the : s; thrown out for human error one was
Meeting ate sun.. track-Amtrak and Seaboard Coast- (t.t., not checked at all, and the other was
C' 1 line-have also been concerned t checked on the bottom of the ballot. ,
.-., enough to work feverishly' on getting W- i J. where there was no name listed. "

ti safety' equipment for the crossing .. ,,': : 'Each candidate was asked to ;
I 'IACKSOS'S'BDILDING !because the higher speed limit would '" recount the votes.if there was any ;)

save time,fuel, and equipment and be doubt In their mind and they respect, r
!. SUPPLY Of Starke afer.ln talks with local officials the [ Just a Ramblin' Guy... I III (fully declined to do so. ( f
RR companies have said that when Rogers was present and was sworn' rId
; Hwy :301 8 084-0078 their trains brake to 20 mph as they .Ed Rice.f Reused. wast way ahead of comedian Steve for the regular council: meeting held
come-into the Market Rd. any.and stuck: his thumb In the airs It didn't take long.
K.lIane Height crossing r Martin.. He's just a rsmblur gay with banjo hi hand. The later Tuesday evening. J
Hwy 100 And at.A they build up tremendous amounts of amateur picker chose a spot.* SR-lt thai I looked as good as a trucker slopped to'help a friend get home. Rogers owns and operates Poor
413-"' pressure-possibly, doing damage to Boy's Grocery In Raiford.
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I 1915 Program Used As Subject At UOC Mooting fflteiat .9

< Mrs. Ehie Sanders used the Mrs. Herbert Thomas, president ,
organizational meeting of the UOC asher presided over the meeting where Mrs.
program subject at the UDC EmmaRene Weaver was Introducedas gIJ" Wlooly ;: lJI964.. 7608 T
meeting Wednesday afternoon of last a prospective member. 1.1'1 ___
week at the home of Mrs. O.L. During the social hour the _- -
Beasley. hostesses Mrs. Beasley Mrs. J.W.
Mre. Sanders read the minute of Kincaid, Mrs. L.D. Vining and Mrs.
(the organizational meeting of the J.D.Seymour served a deilclous: salad Mrs..Lex Greene,' Macrame Class Offered This MonthThe I
U.D.C., dated April 28. 1'15, followed course to the 2S members and guests ,
by the minutes of the first meeting, attending.Arrangements'. Honored Oct. 7 ";
held on April 27. 1'IS. These minutes of fall flowers and w_ .
Included the first officers and charter foliage were used throughout the At Birthday Luncheon Bradford County Extension
members of the W.T. Week's chapter. meeting rooms for the occasion Home Economics Office will sponsor
CW. W.T. Weeks visited Oils flnt a Christmas Macrame Class In
meeting and thanked the group for Mrs. Lex Green was compUmenat led cooperation with Betty Young fromt
naming the chapter after him. The Var. Cheerleaders a Dutch treat luncheon Saturday a 'Things\ by Hand." Participants will
remainder of the program Includedexcerpts the Holiday Inn given by a group a f learn to macrame by making
read by Mrs. Sanders fromWiley's friends. Christmas tree door decoration.
"The Life. of Johnny Reb" SupporGuests The luncheon was served at a U There will be a 19.00 charge for the
concerning ana social shaped table In the Lighter Knot Christinas tree kit which covers theu 1
contact between fraternizing Confederate and In St. AugustineThe Lounge where the head table w charge of materials. The only other t t
Union soldiers during and In-between centered with a beautiful arrangement supplies needed are a macrame board
be junior varsity cheerleaders of pink and red roses anc i and a pair scissors.. Reservations
were Tuesday night Oct. 3, supper dahlias. Down the length of the sid e J must be made! Call MARY YEARTA.
guests of Mrs. Shirley Carpenter at tables was a garland of Ivy. 964-6280, Extension 28 t, today and
her home In St. Augustine. Following the luncheon several I reserve your kit The class will be
ttles.grnuJ'2J. The eight girls and their sponsor members read tributes Mrs. Green, taught Wednesday October: 25th, at
Debra Prevatt were treated to a poolside When the attractively decorated!I 1-00: o.matthe Agricultural Building
cookout and then attended the birthday cake was served the :25 attending (N. Highway
Junior Varsity football game betweenthe sang "Happy Blrthda. t,
Tornadoes and St. Augustine Lucile. ,w'
Yellow Jackets. I. BUS Class Of 1967
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Mr. and Mrs V. Lewis .c-4" _
Approximately 16 acres Planning Reunion kI'y '
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in downtown Starke. N.e. y
Zoned far Business. Engagement Dinner Interested members of the Bradford
Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Allen, Jr.. High School graduating Class of I
Fronting on US 301, two Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Lewis of Scott and Kay and Mr. and Mrs. 1967 are asked to meet Monday, Oct.
other streets and the Kingsley Lake entertained at a family Dennis J.Rhoden attended a surprise 16, to plan a class reunion. a it
railroad. Ideal for buffet dinner Saturday at their home birthday dinner Sunday evening for The reunion Is planned for Decem-
development. CALL for their daughter. Christy and Stan Robert E. Allen, Sr. at the home of ber 29, according to Roger Chllson. Macrame Instructor Betty Young shows Home Extension Agent Mary ""
Reddish announcing the Mrs. Wllda Southerland In Gaines The committee meeting Monday Vearta one of the knots used in making a macrame Christmas tree The class .
CENTURY 21 JOHN couple'sengagement. vine. will be held in the Starke Elementary will be held Wednesday,Oct..U.at 1 p.m.1D the agriculture building.

MERRILL, INC., Attending were the Lewis family Order Your Party Invitations or cafetorlum at 7:30 p.m. Chllson may
REALTORS 372-1434 and Mr. and Mrs. Drew Reddbh, Wedding Invitations from THE be contacted about the reunion or
Gainesville, FL parents of Stan, sons Tom and Doug OFFICE SHOP Today,110 W. Call St. Monday meeting at phone 475-1617 In Keith Hollingsworth Celebrates
and Mrs Ruth Reddish, grand- Starke, Fla. Melrose.

mother. Second Birthday Oct. 8

Mrs.Wymon Hunter
: Keith Hollingsworth celebrated: his Bugs Bunny table cloth on the
DENMARK FURNITURE CO. Stork ShowerHonoreeOct.7 second: birthday Sunday afternoon, refreshment table with matching
Oct. 8, from 3 to S pm. when his plates and napkins
parents Mr. and Mrs Wayne
}llollmgsworth( gave a party for him The 35 attending enjoyed ice cream
and friends at their home In Theressa. punch, brownies and birthday cake.
Mrs.Wymon Hunter was honored ata The Bugs Bunny theme was carried The youngsters were given party
FAll LEFlflFll\Ile: :: stork shower Saturday night from 7 out in the decorations Including a favors of suckers, rings and balloons
to 10 p.m. given by her aunt, Mrs.
Dolly Kunlg at her home on West-
moreland Street. Kelll Jo Dyal Celebrates 11 th Birthday Oct. 6 I
The refreshment table was covered
with a lace cloth and centered with a Kelll Jo Dyal was honored at a The party room was decorated in
1 ONLY NYLON FLORAL PRINT CONTEMPORARY crystal punch bowl encircled with a skating party Friday,Oct. 6, given by red and white1.' The table was centered
garland of Ivy.At one end of the table her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Charles with a red and white birthday cake
SOFA was a cake topped with a small stork Schmitt: at the Lake Butler Skating decorated in a replica of a fckatingtlnk.
With Matching Chair Attached Pillow JUT A Love Seat And Chair Brown Fur and tiny baby accessories.The Rink. '
Back Combination With Brown And 14 guests enjoyed games and The 13 children enjoyed skating The evening was climaxed with a''
refreshments during the party hours. after which they returned to Kelli's slumber party for Kelli and eight of
out Orange Print house for a weiner roast and games. her friends
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CONTEMPORARY was Holly Hobby pushing a
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wahlln'of
a baby shower on Oct. 6 given by her baby buggy ilervoduithStarhte punch
Jacksonville celebrated their 60th ulster-In-laws, Mrs. Charles Barton, .,..was enjoyed along with other
appetizers -
LOVE SEAT With Matching Chair LOVE SEAT wedding anniversary! on Oct. 0. Mrs Ernie Mate and Mrs. Mike by the guests.jWMrWand .
Green Tweed Back With Matching Chair All Starling in the home of Mrs. Barton.
Reversible Cushions Brown Plaid Cover Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Goldwire The door prize was won by Mrs. -----------------
returned Sunday from two weeks visit Vickie Barton. Mrs. L. P. Brady
: ,$995! Q g:1399": J with Mr:and Mrs. Ray Goldwire and ee0ikirstaiGooldsrheofellMild won the ribbon game and'/\'In.crabl"ell' ." Mrum-ank Palmer, Sr.'
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BIRTHS Mr and Mrs. Ted Lane of
Mr.and Mra.William M. Meng.B66A Mr. and Mrs. Joe Porsytn fJSr, Oklahoma have bought the Terwllle
37th Ave., N., St Petersburg announce announce the birth of a daughter, gar home at 1523 E. Call Street. Mr
Mr. and Mr.. Harold P. Bridge of the birth of a son. Michael Carol Jo, born Sept. 19 In Stands Lane employed with FAA Tower at
Lawt !y announce the birth of a Liddon Meng, on Monday, Oct. 9, In Teaching Honpltal. Maternal grandparents Gainesville& AirportMr.
daughter, Brlonna Pierce, born Sept. Bay Front Medical Center. Maternal are Mr. and Mrs. RaifordTetstona and Mrs Kenneth Demorest of
29. Paternal grandmother Is Ma. grandfather Is E.L. Matthews, of of Starke. Paternal grandparents Fanning Springs have purchased the Nr
Birdie Ruth Bridge of W, Call Street. Starke, and paternal grandparent are Mr. and Mrs Joe Forsyth. Demorest home (no relation) at 266
are Mr. and Mrs. Paiil Meng of Sr. of Ralrord.Ii. :, Park Place. .
Hampton Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Pinds of
....,.... Milliard have moved Into the Pine t
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Mr.and Mrs.John Francis Sharp of 2)J y..K-", Mr. and Mrs Alvin Fischer of wl / I' A A
KATHRINE Melrose announce the birth of a son Jacksonville have moved to 536 N. l ''
John Michael, born Sept 28. Maternal Mrs.Peggy Mialler was admitted to Walnut Street (next to Early'),
Reader And grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Bradford County Hospital Tuesday. Dr. and Mrs. William Marches
Spiritual Stanley Crawford of Starke. Paternal for observation and treatmentpennlrae have moved into their new home at \IH
Mr and Mrs. Country Club Estates Dr, Marchese )
grandparents are
Advisor On All Problems
J. of .. In with Dr. J.E. Denmark.Mr. .
George Sharp Hollywood.
Hunt returned home and Mrs. Claude Leasure of
Call Now For Appointment and Paternal Mrs.great Harold grandparents Sharp ol Miami.are Mr, Sunday afternoon from a Phi Theta' Jacksonville have bought the home at
convention In St Augustine.
I Kappa 888 W. Madison Street and moved in '4 '
004/328-6883 This year Pennlrae Is president of her :Decently. l j .
P.M. chapter Chi Tau at St Johns River Mr. and Mrs. Lymon E. Bair of
Palatka' 9 Planning a Holiday Party Buy Your Community College. Her chapter was, Kentucky hive moved to a mobile .. ( .
Party Paper Goods at The Office co-host at the conventions. home on US-301-S. ft
Shop, 110 W Call St, N w
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Whooo! Wnooot Von can almost hear the sounded Halloween a* you walk In
the Bradford County Public Library Coma and see the scarecrows and corn
shocks made by NaldaRelchner Starke decorating tile'loyer.
i8TG& Y.! Mrs. Ferguion's kindergarten Title I class from Southslde Elementary

;, : School visited ol "Lollipop the public Dragon's library First and Halloween.were treated" to a tour and a toundninitrlp -

Don't mill the pumpkin faces that the children made. In the library
currently on dlipUy. Library Director Dan Smith and volunteer worker Joy
Norman show off three of the pumpkin races the children made.

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Polyester site of this month's courses. Pictured above with their new arrival are, l-r,
Carol Mllner and Welt June Norman and Georglna Jane Parrlsh ami Carol
Gloria Mann with Sherrl and Louis and Jan Norton and Noel.

DoubleknilWRAP Prepared Parents.'Class

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The Bradford County Extension' Shands Teaching Hospital and
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wearables made of polyester doubleknit. PREPAREDNESS". Classes beginnIng Specialist with the University of
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1 of colors and patterns: AGRICULTURE CENTER (North Feeding and care of the newborn
Highway 301). There will be no chargefor baby. Enrollment will be limited. .
the classes and husbands are for Information and reservations call
encouraged to attend. Programs have MARY YEARTA Home Economist:
been set-up with the cooperation and at 964-6280 Extension 284.
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.._, \ Honored On Appreciation Day I
Altar fleelety formation of the .. -
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Mrs.AnloinetteCOApneldedat of this I
Ingot SL Edwanl'.Altar the organization. llt-- Drake recently
hem I October Society .. tour of the f
S, In the parish hall. Youth Retreat
Altar Chairman Mr Mrs. Claire Brunetti and Mrs. -- ) Rome Italy
StefanelU gave Information on alter Kathy Pernlnl represented St. Edward's t
four the
days In
car announcing a general. church Parish on Saturday and "
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cleaning" / on October n Mrs Sunday when many
CaN they attended an In- the Jordan >>
\' AshUiMjBnd Mr*.Co**have attar care formational seminar of Youth r \
> baptized
during October. Retreat. This held f
was at SL Leo's r lifetime fj
Mrs. Mary Cissy was named Catholic Education Center nearDade DI rlll1ifllA. j ,
chairman of a rummage sale to be City.
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held November 4 :
on parish ground FCCW
Mr*.Cerrt Phillip.,chairman of the Mr. Lester Humphries attended 181 Jerusalem the city of
church bazaar to be held November the recent Convention of the Florida fIIfIIiSIo SCarke.'f", Nazareth The ,
Hems 11, asked for for this donation of handicraft Council of Catholic Women held in -. Sea, Hebron, ;,-a
project. Bazaar Jacksonville. Mrs Humphries servesas IIIIIf! other historical)
workshop were set for Oct 19, Nov. 2 Treasurer of this organization.
and Nov. 0.Membera,
I: journeyed t
were Invited to attend the Social Note Africa where
Gainesville Deanery Meeting Mrs. Peggy Shaper was honored nine days the $
scheduled for October 17th at St. with a surprise celebration In honor mission fields
Madeline' Church In High Springs. of her October 10 birthday following This lad of royalty Is the recently : outposts their trip The Kev and Mrs. Drake
Plan were made for an In the Monday night Bible Class at St. named "Master of the Gainesville to be In the dedi express their thanks (to the Slarke
ternational Dinner to be held in the Edward'parish hall. Mrs. Josephine Hemisphere." of the Church of Church of God for this special pastor
parish hall on October'' 21. Cumber presented a birthday cake to Shannon Smith the ton of Mr. andMm. churches..The appreciation day love giftMillionaire
Parishioner originating from foreign Peggy- Tom Smith of Morgan Road. sightseeing,
countries are asked to come In native Starke. won that honor at a child's private tour
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bring favorite food of their pa Ream held October In the Oaks Park.
homeland and provide programs Marine James Hudson Mall la Gainesville. He'll be tour Drakes dined at
during the evening. Proceeding 11:00: Completes Basic Training year old on the 22nd of this month restaurant.
o'clock Mass that day, the Rosary will and won the title along with. the Bascilica, St -ria
be recited with prayers being led in October 6-Marine Private James L. crown banner and trophy by teeing. Sistine Chapel, h ,
five different languages. Mrs. Mary Hudson, son of Henderson and Ceolar picked over IS,oUier boys aged 3-1 its six miles '
Cissy and Mrs. Claire Brunetti are Hudson of P.O. Box 203 Lawtey, has from the Gainesville area. lls containing !11;, ,I
assisting Mrs. partof
Dolores The competition
Meng in plans completed recruit training{ at the hemisphere of Martyred
for this affair. New parishioners will Marine Corps Recruit Depot, Parri the world's largest children'spageant
be welcomed on that day. Island S.C.During and Included contests for Drakes visited
Mrs. Betty McCill of Jacksonvillewas the nine-week training both boy and girl In other age. military and also visited
guest speaker at this meeting. cycle, he learned the basics of battle d division the Church of God Service men's Cornelius Vandtr-
She presently serves as president of field survival lie was introduced to Shannon was sponsored. by his center. The Drakes spent 'one day bill! couldn't steep unless the 1
the St. Augustine Diocesan Council of the typical daily routine that he will father's business Smith Brother sightseeing the historical four leg of his bed were" !
Catholic Women and gave In- experience during his enlistment and Body Shop and by Mitchell's FormalWear r Ifha'r faro sights of Madre The Drakes planted in dithei filled, with f
studied the personal and professional of Gainesville which supplied -ome say it'l belt to plant returned to Starke and brought back salt to keep malevolent "
standards traditionally exhibited by his tuxedo for the occasion. potatoes on starry nightt. many memories and souvenirs of spirits from attacking him. I

/2 eMOnaI, a Marines He participated in an active . -. I. I..:: 1. UU '.1 i if
physical conditioning program and I r 'I
Mrs. Pearl Colson, Mrs. Natalie gained proficiency in a variety of
Thornton, Mr*. Edna Hart and Mrs. military skills Including first aid, '.
Ella Moody visited their brother-in- rifle marksmanship and close order a I,, .
law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. C.W. drill. Teamwork and selfdisciplinewere ,
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in Gainesville emphasized
Beasley Sunday night. throughout the
training cycle. ,iI ..; : hi'iI."'''' ';':" .
Mr. and Mrs. R.A. Colson visited Hudson joined the Marine Corps in :. :, ,,, ; ,
Mr. and Mrs. LaRue Williams at October 1977 ." )"J' t tIIIt"/! -'. :. ii'' ..... ., \1
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and Mrs. Bob Ferguson and FLORIDATHEATRE \ Y
children; Mr. and Mrs. John M. ,r',.
Miller, and E.L. Matthews attendedthe tV1 SERVICE-"j /
Fall Convention of the Florida
Press Association at Amelia Island Call & Walnut
Plantation last weekend.Featured on

Saturday morning program were ......Starke 964-5451........ '
the two for nominees Governor In of the Florida General,Sen.Election Bob Frlr.Sat oSun 140 Thompson St. ,,132 Lawrence Blvd. :

Graham, Democrat, and Jack And .!
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Cups Napkins, Plates, Etc. from '
THE OFFICE SHOP. 110 W, Call St. t

Mr. and Mrs. John Finch and Mr.
and Mrs. Bob Prevoe of Redkey Ind. .
were guests last week of Mr. and Mrs. I

George W. Brown. I ITr3n OU STORE AT

Kelli Jo Dyal had as weekend guests Q..uTARKE
Susan and ,
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Dr. and Mrs. H.G. Bollinger visited ......................f........ ra .', j 1.
their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. Fri .
and Mrs. Jim Baley in Asheville, N.C. October 16 978
over the weekend. A I r

Mrs. Janet Turner and daughter 1
Claire and Mrs. James Barron were
Sunday luncheon guests of Miss Kay Ii
Turner Mrs. Janet in Turner's Jacksonville birthday celebrating Brant n We Are Pleased To Announce The Opening

Turner and Bob Johnson of Jacksonville

also attended.Mr. Of Our Second Store So We Can Offer You

and Mrs. Marlon T. Bichon of :

and Covington.Paducah sister-in-law, Ky. is,visiting Dr. and her Mrs.brother A.Y. The Very Best In Television Antenna And I-

Mr. and Mrs. Charley Fachgo of '
Jacksonville were Saturday, supper PLUS.' Stereo Repair.
guests of her parents. Mr and Mrs. i
A.B. Whitehead, Sr.
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Mr.and Mrs.J:B.Talley visited Mr. .
and Mrs.Tommy and PQ,
Pensacola over the Talley weekend.family Tommywas In ............................... BBi

recently made assistant manager Sun. o Mon. CIorT.1iService
of Saunders Sysco Food Services in
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Mr. and Mrs. Albert l Norman of i

Norman Highland of and Heilbronn Mr. and Springs Mrs. Eugene spent n r In Home in Shop

the weekend in the Smoky Mountains.
Mrs. Titus Olson left today, \1.,. Set Can Be Repaired In Home If Set Must Require I In Shop Repair ::'
Thursday, for ten days visit with relatives :

Local In Paducah admittances, Ky. to Bradford $ 5 Plus $1995 PIUS I

:County Hospital this week Include: 99 .
from Starke Sharea Myers, Grace Parts Parts.
Monaco Belinda Bass, Barbara '
Thomas Evelyn St. John, Francis .
Hefferon, Harvey Perkins, Harry
'Rehberg, Lily McCulley, Leo DeSue, :
James Milliard; from Ralford-Onnle1 I Channel I
McDonald and Sam Rawlins; from .-nunn immiunuite Antenna Systems Masters
Brooker Marjorie Perkins; from .

Maxville Louella Austin; from PLUS."Hollywood 0 t

Lawtey Williams Hampton.and. Wilbur Gary Harley Perry Austin Waldron, William Jimmy;; from 'High" With. ',Signal 1 Amplifier, Coax Wiring 30 Ft. i

Wilkinson and, Sybil Griffis; from Rated R :
Lake Butler Randolph Crews
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; : Graham Shows Keen 4U/rf h draw -from s- \ Mtvt' 100 '% You don't have to look at a. date' '. on

: Insightii i'; the calendar to know that we are Into
weatherman reminded us over the
weekend (hat we are Into the fall
Into State's ProblemsWith season and winter time Is not faraway

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There. Is evidence that Our plantsare
r- feeling the affects of the weather
gubernatorial candidates change because pecan trees and other
of both political parties agreeing charges. He even went so far as plant that shed their leaves in the
Panhandle winter are. toning their leaves
to enlist two "con- at a
on so many issues, about the only servatives. Senators Dempsey pretty fast pace. Even pine trees are
remaining theme for debate is
shedding needles! fast enough to
and W.D. Chflders
Effective Government, and who Barron to require raking once or twice per week.
can best deliver it without letting help apply, via notorious'',TV In some lawns.

costs through the commercials, the tarred'Stick to Speaking of pecan trees, It looks like I
go ceiling,
Graham.But our pecan crop will be disappointing r
possibly bringing a replica of this year. Early In the year prospectswere
California's Proposition 13 to the b good because most trees set a
the tar didn't stick In the
political scene in Florida. good many pecans. However, daily
light of close examination. Of the rains y and August, followed bya

One reason that the so-called $400 million mentioned by dry September caused the majority
Shevin it was found that $172 of pecans to drop before they
tax revolt has made little
matured Insects and diseases were
headway in Florida is that tax- million represented routine I, also a problem on some trees and

payers here are relatively well appropriations for school construction groves,

off,whether they realize it or not. which Shevin himself wood; prospects also appeared
had voted for as a member of the throughout the pecan belt early in the
For instance Florida does
not State Cabinet. Another $150 I year. 'They! continued to look good Inmost
even have a state income tax- areas, but some places like
one of the six states out of fifty Bob Graham million of the total would have South Georgia may be having the

that can make such a claimand been spent on bonds to purchase same problems we have had

its overall tax bite is at least environmentally.endangered I mentioned prospects and
lands if approved by production throughout the country
thirty per cent less capita because
per supply of pecans at the timeof
I than California's. and that of 4. A complete change of state referendum, and another' $50 harvest largely determines the

several other states. attitude from "you can come million was for a program that prices we receive (and pay)for local
legislative budget analysts said pecans. It's too early to determine a
here, but we'll make it hard for ,
As a result, both the you to do so" to one of "we sIn- would actually cost only $27 "The Old Political Game" be price established now. However by the, some first price of next will

Republican, as well as the Democratic cerely want you here, and will million. month when the first pecans are of-

I candidate for Governor, help you solve the necessary fered for sale.
have been scratching for issues problems. Such is the low state of Cooler weather Is also a reminderthat
campaign ethics which Graham our spring and summer grasses
and themes that will differentiateone
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. and pastures will slow down growth
seeks to improve with 'a study
from the other in the mind of Graham's Industry-attracting .. and production. Many cattlemen will

the voting public before program dealt in specifics rather conducted by a bipartisan need to plant some kind of winter

November 7. than the generalities of Eckerd's.In commission. A proposal which forage; as part of their winter feeding
I Eckerd rejects. But Shevin's last- MORE WATER USERS A LETTER OF TRIBUTE program ,
WOULD LOWER COST One forage that should be given
minute brass tactics
It was this newspaper's opportunity the, matter of excess Editor,Telegraph: priority Is white clover If the cattleman
to see and size up both campaign expenditures, and low backfired against him aa such Dear Editor and Citizens of Lawtey: has land that is suitable for

candidates appearing on the grade ethics, which everyone below the belt strategy usually The City of Lawtey has made a ministry.During my I have twenty-eight known some years people in the this crop. The advantages of cloverare

same platform and same program deplores but no one seems to do does. great deal of progress in the last few who have made a profound impression too numerous to mention now. but

at last weekend's Florida Press ,anything about, Graham made years and I would like to comment on on me. In this letter I wantto well the cost worth and the management effort.In involved is
As if all this weren't enough to a couple of Items. share with one such and
Association fall convention at some constructive proposals, you person, addition to white clover, there ,
Amelia Island Plantation. persuade us not to cross party We have spiritual impact he had on my life.
none of which Eckerd endorsed. an excellent water system, are several other legume varieties i
When I I. converted
lines and vote for the so-called was some 29
which is well maintained and 99 that will make excellent winter
Democratic "conservative" (whatever that is) percent of the time provides very years ago, my family began attending pasture, These can be seeded Into
Although in As a starter Graham proposedthat ,and then became members of
good drinking water.Clothes bahiagrasa( pastures that have been I
Republican nominee in the as
politics: for the entire ninetynineyears the candidate of each party yellow, and f believe that most of the the Hope Baptist Church It was then disked (to tear up at least half of the '
of the General Election, there is one that I really began to love and appre- sod and drilled to broadcast
paper's publication, voluntarily agree to an expenditure people are pleased with the system with at
we try to justify this position not ceiling of $350,000 for the another factor that would' be so although there was some pro and con ciate known a for man whom Brother I had Cleveland already least 300 pounds of 5-10-15 fertilizer. ,

from some arbitrary weeks until the persuasive.Did with particulars before the system years. Consider crimson, red and arrowleaf '
prejudice, remaining materialized.A Sullivan, Right away I began to learn clover because of their
but because the Democratic General Election. Eckerd refused the many sacrifices he and his wife high yields. prospective

Party, historically, since its to accept the challenge on the you ever stop to think lot of new people have moved Into had made for years to keep the doorsof I mentioned ryegrass in lawns last

; founding, has embraced policiesmore weak grounds that "it would not that: the community,and we are proud that that church open so I would have week. This is also a very flood cool J'
opportunity to hear the Gospel and
concerned with the .they are using the city water. Yet, season annual grass that will provide
helping be right to change the rate of
become Christian. Then
a a short time
elected about aren't connected,out of about .
-If Graham is high quality, forage tor
run-of-the-mill masses of the spending in the middle of thecampaJR' later when,1 became pastor of this jn V
tOO who signed the water agreements.Thte winter and '
American Governor::: an4 should JON !>!t. life) church: began tqourni( 01 early spring. fTlWm'f' .
people, rather than the myself .
Eckerd: with more to mound 29 percent! that aren'tlooked ',hr>,To,; grow ?clover :ipr .ryegrass, .
more affluent members of the In a plane accident or, from If math and opinionare his dedication to his Lord and Church. remember
than $50 million in assets at his up. my to soil test and apply
GOP. whatever cause, the State wouldbe correct the more using water the During the years that followed, until recommended liming and fertilizer
disposal, has already spent in he unable
was to attend the services
chances would be better for lower
in the hands of a materials
Wayne Mixon. before or at planting. Select
excess of $2.5 million to obtain because of poor health he was always
water bill. The cost of water using the fertile soils
and or fields that
Both candidates made the Governor's office, and apparently a respected governmentwiseState minimum charge of $6 for 3,000 there to help and encourage me. ThatIs are
naturally moist but not to be
respectable, dignified appearances wants the job at any Senator from West Florida.,, gallons of water would be 20 cents per why I felt It an honor when he was flooded for extended periods.apt
able to break for
ground our new
Broken down further would be
day. 5
before the room full of price. Plant into a freshly prepared
If Eckerd is elected Governorand gallons of water for one cent Everyone sanctuary. Then too, when we seedbed
or closely grazed mowed
editors and Florida dPdt or
newspaper it. Brother Sullivan was one .
might well be safe for the next Graham proposed in the interest should be similarly so why is already not take paying advantage the utility of whatyou're tax of_. tare persons who unveiled the sod soon after a rain, or when there is I
stricken- and he .does fly his Dedication Plaque. I also believe It enough moisture for seed ger
four years in the hands of either. of more productive and helping to pay for? mination. Used recommended

But, on balance, it seemed as if orderly debates, that each such own Florida plane,would you know-be in the the handsof Stateof Another Item that is of great 'Importance should was Providentially be the first funeral arranged conductedin that his varieties, and innoculate clover seed ,

the young and personable Bob candidate confrontation be Is the hearing to be held on the new Sanctuary. properly. 'Seed at the proper
Graham had the edge on Eckerdin limited to one topic which could Paula Hawkins, October 28, at the City (Hall. This rate between October 1 and No-

that his plans for education, be explored in depth, rather than hearing Is for the proposed sewer' During these last several years it vember IS
I'll be
has been privilege and Joy to visit happy to discuss your winter
God forbid! system for the City of my
water management, coping with the rough and tumble sessions Hopefully citizen in Lawtey will with him, and Mrs. Sullivan in the forage program with you. Call or i
casino gambling attracting new that are "full of sound and fury," be present.every We need your opinions nursing home. My wife and 1 always come by our County Agent's office at I

industry to the state and the but often signifying nothing. comments, and welcome your ques, reminded them of our love for them any time '

ever-present problem of taxation Eckerd refused any such ground LETTERS I EDITORGRATEFUL lions about the sewer system.This is a and how much they had meant to us
down the I also .... o--
through :
years. was I
seemed better thought- ut, and rules. very costly Item and the people of
careful to remind them that the
Lawtey will have to assist the City very
possessed more long-range Council in making the decision to go new church and all the things that FORESTRYIM
potential than those of his op- Graham proposed a bipartisan ahead with the system or reject It. would ever be accomplished in it,.
ponent.In commission to make a study and This Is the best time to hear all about were made possible because of their BRABFORB COUNTY
come up with definite standardsfor FOR SUPPORT the cost of the system and the cost to faithfulness and dedication in years

several instances on several campaign ethics, outlawingsome Editor Telegraph you as a user. Also any problem that past when the going was so difficult. I
have concerning other wanted to be sure to tell them thingsby by TimLaBelle '
issues Eckerd said. "I agree with of the "big lie" tactics and People are truly beautiful. When we you would be glad to have you matters at the mouth, that flowers on the graves .. I
Senator Graham." But on issues other unsavory elements of the they do' something good for other regular Council meetings on the first could never utter. I believe in flowersat i i iOKOO

where there were differences of First Primary. Eckerd has so far people, I think they should be recog- Monday of the month at 730.: funerals but believe much more in
nized As everyone knows you can giving a person their flowers while O gH HO
opinion. Graham's ideas were turned a deaf ear to such hear about the bad still
always things WayneE. Massey they are alive Maybe a bouquet There has been a recent change
more innovative and seemed proposals to bring an element of people do. City Councilman,Lawtey made up of hugs kisses words of here In Bradford and Union CountiesIn
likely to prove more productive respect and dignity back to I personally would like to (thank the encouragement appreciation for the Division of Forestry's personnel

when put into practice.For campaigns for the Governorship. people of Gainesville, Bradford their influence on your life, and then arrangements. Tim LaBelle who
County, Keystone Heights, Inter William*Commends well sprinkled with love. started here last June is now the full-

Instance In the all- Eckerd sought to use the old other lachen surrounding, Jacksonville.areas Ocala for sponsor and the' Fire Departments I could not attend his funeral be- time Bradford County Forester. He

important area of attractingmore cliche of "liberalism" to smear ing me In the Skate-A-Thon held at the ,Editor, Telegraph;:', cause of Illness but wondered how was Putnam devoting County half as of well.his time Hank to

industry to Florida Eckerd Graham with the stick that has Skating Palace for Jerry's Kids many people would run out and buy a Cochran, who worked half-time In
(Muscular Dystrophy). I want to commend' beautiful floral piece for his funeral.
publicly the
promised an aggressive selling hurt innocent candidates In ? Union and Bradford Counties each I
many At least 160 people sponsored me Starke Fire Department and all the who never took 15 minutes to visit the
Job saying" "That's what I ama the past- Claude, Pepper and with pledges totalling) $57 .50. I can fire fighting units that assisted with nursing home and offer a word of he now has has switched the same Bradford arrangement for Baker, only

salesman. Robert King High, to mentiontwo think of no better way than this to let combatting the fire In downtown encouragement, or an expression of County. This all came about because

that come to mind. Robert so many people know just how much I Starke. love. Putnam County contracted for the

Graham, on the other hand, Shevin sought to do the same dollars appreciate but their support not only In These departments responded in a I have asked God to forgive me for services of a full-time forester beginning
concern and mOlt professional manner and this
pointed to his success in attracting thing in the Second Primary and Many of them I have never prayers.met quick response saved the remaining not visiting him more than I did and October confused 1 this year. Are you ,

73 new industries to the his efforts backfired and blew The Skate-A-Thon lasted 12 hour. ,tinctures in the downtown area. for not assuring him more than 1 did thoroughly Now 'hat I am officially the Bradtord ''I
Graham family's highly praisedand him right out of his top position from 10 a.m.untll p.m. There were Often times we hear complaints that he was not a*'"has been" or a County Forester I know some
ecologically attractive 23 skaters and 18 finished the full 12 ,about firemen Just Bitting around "religious cripple, but a precious
Miami with 100,000 vote lead in the Saint of Cod who had helped, and was people here must be wondering what
Lakes development.To First Primary. hours. Around $2,000 was collected by doing nothing but like insurance, you- still helping me more than he could they have to do to contact me. Well
these skaters for Muscular Dystro- don use It until It's needed.
ever know. He fought. the fight of this should be easier now, as I am
phy.A. We are certainly fortunate to have Faith well and has left all of 'inally back Back you say, we never
attract new industry, he Shevin accused Graham of very special Thank You & God our fire fighting units! and we owe follow. us a good 'new you went anywhere!!.Way back
example to
suggested the following four- sponsoring "new programs" bless each and every one of you. them a gratitude of thanks for being in August. I went to Eleuthra Island.

point program: during the 1977.78 legislaturesthat Without each one of you It would not there and protecting our homes. -Merle L. Packham.Pastor In the Bahamas for a vacation. All I
would have cost Floridians have been possible. Lindy Norman businesses and lives. Hope Baptist Church can say about that Is,I wasn't about to
1. (EARLY BIRD) give up that lobster to the shark. He
Recognize regional differences million if
more than $400 Rll.1 Keystone His. Frank WilliamsSheriffs did give ire a healthy fear though
What would be suitable enacted, according to Shevin's P.S. I made the full 12 hours. But, more important to the people of I I
and desirable in one part of this area was the vacation the

Florida might be undesirable and OfficeI ? Action Praised Division gave to me on my return. No I
unwelcome in another sooner than had unpacked my mask,
pRI44 BRADFORD I '' '", .. fins :and snorkel I was packing a
r.OtJmiligraP4 hardhat, notebooks and my boots for a
2. Provide local option tax '0 (The following letter was received forwarded levy' Instructions on two week stint at the WithlacoocheeHilton
that would enable : by Sheriff Dolph Reddish and "September 20 and received a check That Is an inside Joke for our
crams 'a J ;I.released for publication.) back from your office on September' trairdngcenter: located In the Withla-
to offer tax incentive
28,sine the customer had paid off the .coocheeState Forest, The purpose of
programs to compete with Dear Sheriff Reddish: levy In full.This eight day turn around the visit was to finish my 200 hours In
Georgia. Alabama, and other All too often In this. busy age we get is frankly unbelievable Basic Fire Control Training. The new
Southeastern states that are Tot BOB Q. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER I'"' ,..tied down with details. We ore, HUM policy of the Division is to have all

"stealing" new industries from Publishers quick to complain when different We would like to take time out to field personnel trained In fire control
individuals have let us down. For. thank you and your men for your not only the employees who do it. as a
Florida almost daily. Published each Thursday and entered. second Class Matter tunately our relationship with the efforts and congratulate you on daily too.

lIthe I Post Office at Stark, Fla. under Act of March 3, 1879. Bradford County Sheriff's Depart running one of the finest offices as far So there Is a forester in the county,
f I 3. Provide higher ment has been excellent In the past, as we are concerned In the.State of bra while at least to assist the landowners -
j levels, and specific manpower Subscription rate In trade area '7 per year: '4 six months.Outside when we have called upon your office Florida We wish you and .'''your' whether It be a single dying
for assistance. we have received the the best in the' tree or SO of
acres woodlands Should
/ trad : '8 Per '4M Six department very
Florida convince .area year: Month Q ; .
j programs so can same and in a most expeditious and future. you require forestry assistance call
industrialists: we have the trained Phone N"A. nn/ Stark. Florida courteous way, The above referenced your county forester listed under the
personnel they need for a successful .i d,levy is Just one more example of the Fla. Rock Industries State of Florida Department of
operation. fine operation you run la Starke. We Jacksonville Fla. Agriculture Division of Forestry.I .

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N Newcomers Nook Norman, Jim Lawson Win Seats

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'*.\"and': E.W.Hodges E.L. "Nook" Norman' voting at the SR-J29 Church, keyed Bradford election prognosticates Board slot opened by the health-

races! J.R.white Jim Miami Lawson legislator won local Bob 'wln.Hodges' 50.7 percent to 49.) percent Hodges was "In trouble" being an :elated resignation of A.N. Holliday. j\1,

3f Graham moved on Into the November Incumbent with a narrow first
'*ti7 General Election at the Democratic primary advantage and with the 1.051 Law-ton's second primary margin of
,* hopeful Governor I'a mult of the Hodges was a 3S2 vote winner over first primary votes of the third place victory was sliced\ somewhat by
r Thursday October 5, Democratic Meng In the first primary, but the candidate up for grabs. Traditionally, Southgate neighbor'Ronnie Thomas.
'.,- percent' incumbent faced an uphill battle witha some 7V80 percent of the swing votes Lawson won by 497 votes 1,972 to
DO of Bradford County's lighter second primary voter turnout In the second In h 0'
(go to the challenger 1,475 September e was a 771 vote
,' Democratic voters came to the polls : expected. According to veteran primary, and not over 20 percent to 6 winner 1,801 to 1.029.
Thursday to east their ballots in the the Incumbent ,
telling local runoffs and the heated "
In other statew!"races millionaire
gubernatorial test Though the figures In such II position, Hodges pulled apolitical r lawyer businessman Jim Smith of "
In the local races changed somewhat .
coup.Nortinan's Tallahassee swept into the Attorney
as compared to last month's First
Primary balloting the men who got win was nearly as close. General's neat by the largest of the
i the biggest share of First Primary w Tho Manager of Starke's Sawyer- second primary margins. Smith
local votes again won majority nods In SladeGas company nipped local ore swamped Miami legislator Alan
I ,; Bradford. lodges Norman and owner Mark Adkins by 140 votes Becker 482,511 votes to 322.910 a Nook Norman
Lawson were all First Primary 1,807 to 1o871owtn In his first political f S9.9 percent to 40.1 percent win.
winners. effort. He will join Hodges and the t
Graham reversed the Smith's backing was heavy In Brad
September rat of the BC board in November a of State as he beat Tallahassee
ford where he polled 70
trend as he became the first candidate County per
District 2 Commissioner',
present, administrator Beverly Dozier by a 58percent
In state history to erase a 100,000 vote cent of the Democratic votes in the I
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Jim Lawson to 42 percent margin. In
runoff. With
First Primary deficit with a Second George Roberta steps down after',1' I no Republican oppositionhe
Bradford Firestone was a 237 vote
becomes the state's
Primary win. The Miami millionaire twelve years on the County board.For V' now Attorney loner as'Dozler attracted nearly :54 ':
turned Bradford votes his way also. Adkins It was his second ever-KK' Baldwin Chevrolet Olds Sales General. of the local I wins. '
I After being outpolled three to two In light loss In as many tries for a,.,',,, Manager J.R. Jim)' Lawson was percent Firestone will face Republican
the county in September Graham'i Commission spot. He was a 27 vote i again an easy winner as succeeded' Miami Senator George Firestone nominee Ander Crenshaw of Jacksonville
late charge netted him 1.907 Bradford E.W.Hodge. loser to Roberts In 1974. in his bid for the two year School got the Democratic nod for Secretary In the General Election. .
votes to Shevin' 1,453 Thursday I
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nearly a three to two margin. Statewide Ia ... .. ( J W
r Graham was a less decisive victor IC = \ p O 'U ... ,, '.
winning 470,908 votes to 400,806- + N e'1'dr .. S N .0.. '" t 01) 0\ .a .O.. N r ra.. a .N.. ... an M ./11... .4 Q b on... YI fi! fi! .4... ...+.
giving him 53.5 ... ... q ... ... e 54 :
a to 0 :I11
percent 46.5 0 :
edge. per'cent / .., .B ... /11 ..! ... ... :.a; f w ( J w "
U'" b 0 u .. u v u U..U U u u u W ... I

mate Graham Wayne and Marianna Mlxaon will running now 1J: f 1E: .E 1: :. : 1:3: in 1s: a4e0n: E f! sore .e .e b+i E J: p i:! u uE vas HGOVERNORLT. tB: ., I

challenge Republican nominee Jack .,
Eckerd and his running mate Paula cov. ''It ,
Hawkins for November 7 General
Election votes. Bob Graham

Hodges' win gave the present Wayne Mixson 166 102 81 116 182 88 126 133 197 168 164 84 141 83 87 79 1.997 57,92 70.908 53.5% '

commission chairman a second four- Robert: Shevin ,
term on the board. The of
year the Starke Paint Center nipped owner Paul I. Jim GUuon 16:1: 95 85, 112 103 65 ,97 53 120 101 112 67 73 67 85 55 1.453 42.1 09.896 46.5X1 I

Meng by 51 votes. 1,766 to 1,715 in the
closest of the '' ,; .
races. Relatively SECRETARY'OF STATE rBeverlv

balloting large margins, at the of victory Lawtey in precinct Volunteer 2 Dozier 148 82 84 101 136 66 t09 93 165 137 123 76 114 78 85 78 1.675 53.82 333.908 42.0

Fire Department, and In 7
precinct George Firestone 151 65 70 104 117 10 :94: 78 134 109 132 59 85 61 68 41 1.438 46.2 Ul.629 58.0 ,:

Books Closed J' Alan Becker 104 52 40 58 68 40 "'68 47 73 68 80 47 43 51 43 28 910 28.9 322'.910 40.1 '
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Jim Smith 200 100 10 153 196 11.04 136 132 227 178 175 93 152 92 06 88 2.242 71.1 82.511 59.9X. ': ,

General Election .

If :. Set' November 7 DISTRICT COUNTY COHMISSIONER"2' '" I.}: .

Hark Adklns 158 53 93 117 131 65 93 80 149 148 167 76 105 74 02 56 1.667 48,0%
Books are closed and the final

I I campaigns are under way for the E. L. Norman 171 166 72 120 154 92 131 107 167 98 106 72 101 76 71 103 1.807 52.0 \ I ''h I
November 7 General Election.
I Headline Item on the ballot Is the 1/
choice for Florida Governor between COUNTY

Democratic nominee Bob DISTRICT 4' '.
Graham and Republican Jack I ,
Eckerd. On the heels of the slashing E. W. Hodges, .Jr. 168 151 71 131 140 77 149 83 164 118 98 85 100 78 66 87 1.766 50.7

j expensive Robert Shevin campaign waged Graham for and the Paul I. HeM 161 63 97 104 150 78 63 105 151 137 183 72 109 71 09 62 1.715 49.3% I \ ;!i

Democratic nomination the Govern -

tier's"race'to heat'up to lull- swing .. SCHooL.OA1tD.. 't ,
. 'wral'r r.., ,; o? h.I .? win I .
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for Secretary of State, Jim Lawson 155 122' 05" 150 186 83 1b1 120 185 121 145 92 131 96 73 101.1, 57.2%
Treasurer and Insurance 'Com '
missioner Commissioner of Bonnie Thomas 174 84 61 82 101 7L: :J--69 131130124161 82 54 99 37 1.475 41,82ar&e \ ,
Education, and 2nd District State
Senate seat and District 25 State 1
House seat and a handful of Constitutional his ninth term In Florida's Congress abolish the elected State Cabinet If I'
Revisions. against Pete. Brathwaite R-Gaines passed I YES WE CAN

I Democrat George Firestone, ville In the U.S. House of Representatives Republican Pete Brathwaite has '
Miami, and Republican Ander Cren-. District 2 election. In the State been traveling in the 2nd district In an ...help you beat the ,
shaw, Jacksonville, are vying for the House District Z3 ''race local incumbent effort to unseat Fuqua who has held high cost of building I
I Secretary of State job. The Treasurer Frank Williams, D-Crystal that spot for 16 years ruqua was
I and Insurance post will go to either Lake, faces Republican challenger elected to the U.S. House In 1962 and Is __.,0<-'" "1! Home a new home. '

Incumbent Bill Gunter, D- Howard Dunn of Keystone Heights. vice-chairman and ranking memberof Average U.S. .I .
Tallahassee, or Republican Jeffrey The list of Constitutional Revisions the Science and Technology For ovir ihrm dtudn, Jim Welter kn '
Latham Davie. Ralph Turlington. D- includes two notables Florida's Committee. Brathwaite has campaigned May Soon bun building and "n.nelnll10"11/ that
Tallahassee, and Herman Williams, voters will give a mandate on whetherto saying the people in., the fimlllM of all walks" of lilt can afford. 'I .1 I
R-Gainesville, are the choices In the permit casino gambling in Florida district want a change to more Cost $7SOOQ IM NIUI1J.tlllfll!! CHANCEJI I "If you own prop- I
OFau.nl IW any, w" can itlll! cuilom build I (ion.. for t!
also decide Th. IK
Commissioner of Education race. and will on controversial aggressive problem-solving nd./r '" .
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D-Altha Is win revision number four leadership. _..g P. rq 01 cal M. yryw0..l.w.u.. t-nId you for tit(ill than ".G. pricai bring'
Don Fuqua, trying to which would I' TM ...._lMdlnow r c. "
A.......haM_" .p.. ..,...,1,MCn" ,nearIwfIE reported In ntwipaptra, In tilivlilon' and J
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TO THE VOTERS aFr Of Repairing Doan Bridge-, ;'.

Bradford County official"* have "The bridge will be the same size, Idea of what parts of the bridge will'
BRADFORD COUNT'r9 worked out a cost-charing agreementwith ( same shape,and In the same locationas have to be replaced. '
their Alachua counterpart to the old bridge," Hodges said. That Earlier discussions of the matter
have the controversial Doan bridge would mean It will siiil be the one- were snagged by disagreements over
near Brooker repaired. lane, W foot structure that residents how much money to put Into the
said was "adequate". rebuilding! project and whether the
On the heel of visits by angered new version of the crossing should be
Doan crossing inters to both County Tuesday's breakdown of the similar to the old one or of a more
THANK YOUThank Commissions BC chairman E.W. structure: will prevent auto drivers advanced style. Hodges explained
Hodges met with the Alachua board from the bridge that has that it"just takes time for 10 men to
:.sf on Tuesday, October 3. and Friday. been deemed unsafe and will also come together and work somethinglike
October S, and negotiated an agree allow rebuilding officials to get an this out." :
ment that will reopen the Santa Fe

You Very Very Much. For Allowing Me J.R. "Jim" Lawson To Serve that River crossing counties.that Hodges links the explained neigh Lake Property.'

You The Fine People Of Bradford County September bridge was which to be was totally closed taken In Kingsley ;

My First Experience In Politics Has Been A (Hum Dinger.lts) Been An : down rebuilt Tuesday October 10. and then
by the Alachua
County Road
Experience That I Will Never Forget Department with Bradford paying Owners Buy Meeting Site
hair of the repair cost
I Trust God To Guide And Direct Me In Helping Bring To You Only The BestIn
"We hope to get it done by Christ' Purchase of the former Nail storo recommended that $30,000 be raised
Needs of Our I Plan To Attend A Special
The Educational County mal," Hodges said, "1 know people building on C-18A at Kingsley Lake asa through the Issuance of stock certificates
2'Day Program In Tallahassee Designed Especially For New School Board down there are concerned about It but meeting place for the Kingsley Lake In $100 ,denominations, to
the leg-work done now, if meet the cost of acquiring the
they'll Owners Association
Members So That I Might Be A Stronger Board Member For You. hang with. and not wiggle the boat announced Property this week by Gerald was D property and remodeling and redecorating ':
we'll get that bridge before the letter the building for its new we
up Moran, president, In a to 100
Feel Free To Call Me after 6:00: P.M. Anytime To Discuss Your Special holidays." member families of the organization. Shares of stock will be offered to
Problems. When The Gets Rough I'm Purchase price of the 2,500 square members only, and will be sold on a
(Like My Daughter Says) Going ,
Hodges said a final coat estimate foot building was not disclosed, but in first come first served basis insofar
Always There With Her And ,I'll always Be There For You.!. won't be available until Atachua'sengineers his letter Moran said, "The price a* the amount requested. Every
finalize their cost-teats but agreed upon with the owner, Frow W. member of the association will have
he did add the bridge will be a near Strickland, Is approximately the the opportunity to become a
Thanks replica of the old bridge-not more amount of his cent when acquiring the stockholder Moran said.
J.R. "Jim" LAWSON expensive version that was also property back In the early 1970's.
talked about and could cost the two Strickland stated that he wanted this A new corporation KLPOA.Inc.will
counties leas than (29.000-a figure to be his contribution to the Kingsley be formed to own and manage the

Again ,..., ... ......".. .... ,,- ".. .. bandied about in last week's. discussion Lake Community, and wished to join property with stockholders, officers
of the issue and board members limited to
his neighbors as an active member of
the Association" Association members only.
The Association had earlier opposed
Strickland's announced plan for Purpose of the new corporation will
operating a restaurant in the building. be to serve the Association with, a
Grounds for KLFOA's opposition was meeting place and recreation area'as
LFob D that traffic generated a food well as serve the Kingsley Lake
service business would create a community with a civic facility.
hazard on the narrow county road as !Moran said that Clay County will be
well other objectionable features to Invited to use the premises ford a
________ lace and mako'itavailable I
a restaurant operation in a residential generally

FA I R Mar Iii rir neighborhood.KLPOA's Guy Andrews finance, chairman committee of directors.purposes approved for any other by the worthwhile board"of .1

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; o Positions In New BudetCity

I BAG 2oC : commissioners Tuesday found tirely the separate. position of building
themselves faced with the old inspector. I I"I
; age
: 1LB of having limited funds but like the idea of hiring someone
6 9 c54' 2 co 39C increased needs as they tackled the specifically to go out and check(u
APPLES BAGS proposed 1978-79 fiscal budget. building and then letting him go buck
10 _SLB 39 The commission tentatively approved to his other job." ("ommi ionpr
FIRM the hiring of a city zoning and Vernon Silcox said.
BAG : RIPE SLICING SAVE tOe SNO WHITETOMATOES39' planning administrator and two Warren said the commission \\111
laborers out delayed action on salary meet to draw up specifications for the
RED SAVE 26 CAULIFLOWER Increases for city employees. new job position. n' i iv
Newly elected Mayor Joe Warren City commissioners also approveclu
C "T.....;V.JuLCALIFORNIA .#o..... laidatery Increases far.emplot_ kfcpro.pn&atsuggested' by..Warrant jo ,
CALIFORNIA '[s'.. ....' .6. would have to wait until the commi double cltypermiffcnH torpfurntnilg(
,' ssion's negotiations with representatives and electrical work and to up the
AP .'J .;. .' .;r" !' E6. of the police and electrical city's building permit fee to match the
b"" unions are concluded. Commissionersare county's. |
3t;_ a FRESH TENDER BAA now meeting regularly in closed
session with union negotiators to "It's ridiculous that the city onry
49LES LETTUCE BROCCOLI 206tOoz: DRINKS come to an agreement.The collected $4.500)( last year' in permits
.... three new positions approved after all the building which went on In
by the commission will roughly cost this town" Warren said. j
5. C ASST.FLAVORS. 5/$1 $29.000 In salaries, City Clerk Merrill Currently the cost of building
a Edwards estimated. That would in- permit fees are based on the cost ol
FRESH ; .. clude a$12.000 to$13,000: salary range construction with the minimum lee of
GREEN : for the zoning and planning admini- $::10 being charged for all construction ,
s .;..- strator and $13,764 for both laborers up to 40000. (i''
_.. T'DOZEN which would be shared among various But Edwards said even by doubling
CUKES : city departments such as streets and permit fees the city will probably onl\
1 LARGEEGGS roads gas and the power plant. gain an extra $4.500 this year. .
When the proposed .1.116.651: :
.f The union Is seeking a seven per budget was first presented to commie
1O $100 / LOTS OF FRESH cent package, not all salary from the ss loners two weeks ago. Edwards hud
"r 49CBEEF city for tne policemen and electrical calculated only a S9.H7l1urplus which J
FOR :.. GRADE A workers, sources have told the Tele the commission had to work with.' I
'-, has been the city council's But after the adding Tuesday I
1 c 3 cHarr PM*> practice in previous to bargain three and still \
i If with the union, then grant all city question of 'salary increases \
employees the same benefits won by settled. Edwards warned the I
CHUCK '. S BONELESS BEEF the unionized employee salon it is going to have to watch ever '
A hard line Is currently being taken dollar that is spent. I
CUBEDSTEAKS by the city In negotiations with the I
ROUNDSTEAK union the Telegraph has learned. So "If you don't watch out by the erid of
far. It looks doubtful that the city next year you are liable to get in a foul I
I'I'I council will go along with the seven shape financially," he told comm
., percent Increase requested. ssioners. 1
I ta ;J SKILLET Edwards said ho doesn't kn ; BRAND The possibility of combining the where the additional funds! to cover !
!.199 duties of building Inspector, and the cost of salary Increases or threi'I I
$ draftsman under the job title of zoning new employees will come from hut I
SLICED 99 administrator was discussed. said he would "adjust the Income 111. I
1 Newly elected Commissioner Ted proportion to whatever Is needed and l I
BREAKFAST 1 Oglesby said the city would only have give you i commission i a balanced.
LAND D' FROST a LB to come up with an additional$8,200 if budget. 4
Fi1 i V i
BACON the two positions were combined j
CHIPPED under the new one. A date for the commission's next !
PACK But several commissioners objected budget workshop was not I
MEATS .N aura.N/ ..LL.tN.r ;BALL PARK to the Idea of eliminating en- Tuesday. lei f I

SLICED $' 99 -

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964-8936 760 West Madison St Starke, Fla.
n 16oz PKG. I
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Includes part
SINGLES $159tfloz and labor-no .' C --
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cars Any car or I
M moTim tow IN SAVE 12d "4 less (for electronic Ignition. light truck..!
OLYMPIC catenies 8 Cyl. '35".
HOT DOC OR 9 Includes up to five quarts of quality!
MEAL. 2OoF 6 Cyl. '32"
HAMBURGERROLLS 'NLM O rM f. .r \ motor oil and filter. i iBisc


ES nE ORSANDWICH BOHEMIAN install new points, plugs condenser Brake

HEARTH .Set dwell and timing .Adjust .
carburetor for Special 't

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320 .South Walnut Starke Ma. I American Cars.; & Calipers Bleed A Refill Sys.
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I Hennon,Named City's Agent Onjjrroposed; ; $550,000 Bond IssueHarvey :::: : I

Hennon of H.I. Hennori'ft' ,,, < : Hennon'a latest work; for the city When told the city expects to need: "guess now what'Interest rate the Hennon on details of the proposed be almost adequate although money ; I :
Company of Ft. Lauderdale wu was In 1073 when a lt.250.ooo issue the funds around the end of this year, ,:,ar will be able to get bonding program. The committee is would be tight, to match the 75 per* "i,".'.
signed on Tuesday night as the city's was sold to purchase a new generator Hennon told the council "It's a tough ', to present a report at the Oct 19, cent federal funds from the Environ ;
investment banker for a bond Issue erf for the power plant and enlarge the money market right now." Hennon A committee or councilmen Vernon council meeting mental Protection Agency: EPA) ;
$350.000 to raise plant. At that time the city also said he feels there will be some Improvement $11':011 and Harold Epps. and city The city has some$)OOOO In reserve ;
approximate for Starke's 25 percent validated$550,000 of bonds, above the In the bond market In the attorney George Pierce was named Sanitary Engineer Don Ruckman funds which can be used In addition t*> ,..'f
portion of what ultimately is $1.25 million sold: in case the city next. few months,but. said he wouldn't by Chairman Joe Warren to meet withas has told the council the$550.000 would the proposed bond funds ?,., ;,
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eypecied to run Into a $3 million sanitary needed the extra funds. I v

program' sewer system rehabilitation since able The but they$590,000 over were five In validated.The bond yean remain have. passed avail- McLend'on's Second Book Is Sold For 6- Figures | 1 ;?: ;I

,'Hcnnon has worked with the city on shortened call period on the I
..bond Issues since 1964. He Bold bond 1973 bonds makes them unattractive n '11 ,
totaling over $2 million/ In 1964 when on today's market, meaning interest The novel "Eddie Macon's Run" better; and what he does with that McLendon's first two books wen
'the city raised$800,000 in new funds to rates would be higher with the call reared author Jim elevated position. The family based on the experiences of his father I
by locally
bung city sanitation, including shortened to .4Vfc years from the McLendon was sold last week to New examined. and stories told to his father, R.P.
the present sewer plant by original 10( .year call. Publishers of New McLendon of Starke, during a careerin
refinancing older bonds and adding to Validating new bonds, with' a York American City Library for six figures.! "The Will* The Power" the fourth the, Florida prison system. The '
city Indebtedness. lie worked with tile normal 10-year( call period will not The first book of Tour books called book,deals with person's fixation on novels are fiction, but Incidents'in
city on a 1968 bond Issue: again in 1970 cost the city any additional money. the "Sun Quartet," planned by freedom responsibility and power. "Eddie Macon's Run" for example, "
when the council decided not to go Hennon told the council Tuesday McLendon was entitled "Death- Man Is in total control.Society and the are based on Incidents that actually'happened
with another bond Issue but to buy night, meaning neither his fees nor work."The first book was released! In N law and the media explained. in real life, but In the book I
additional electricity from Florida the city attorney's fees, nor printing hardback cover In the fall of 1977 by The latter two navels will be the escapades of many Individuals i
Power. '. .and Light cost will be more. J.B. Llpplncott. In August this ,ear"Deathwork" published In 1980 and 1981, are attributed to one man.
was released In "

1 ? BUS Report Cards Out Wednesday back cover Is by a Bantam fictionalized looks."Dathwork" verelan .. more on Brooker Water from page 1 .

re' of executions carried out at to monitor your business after the -Marshal Tommy Raulerson got
..1 Florida State Prison at Raiford. loan,all we care about It getting paid approval to go ahead and purchase
Report cards for the first six week Students will receive their report "Eddie Macon's Run" focuses, on bock. How you use the money for the the $750 hand-held radar sped: ?."
grading period which ended Oct. 9 will sheet during homeroom periods. attaining freedom, responsibility and syInorothher' up newsofrom which was Included in the rra'irbudget. :" "
be issued next Wednesday Oct. 18, for Grades that carry the Fa symbol power. McLendon writes of man the council 0 ,
all Bradford High School students. reflect the fact thai absences In excess seeking'something better'life.The meetingBoard: Raulerson hud been using a speed
of four have not been verified members decided with the
,, The original iesuedate of Oct. 16 hall family created. owned by the Bradford County
been extended two days since photocopying through the principal's office. To complete "The Sun Quartet," urging of advising Attorney Jesse Sheriffs gun Department but that device
grade sheets must be doneafter Students with more than four air McLendon has two other novels Wolbert to adopt a no-exceptions Is being taken back by the County to r,
the grades tile scences In a six-week grading period policy on cutting off water on "
are posted on tanned. Like "Deathwork" and be checked: re-certified: as required bylaw
report forms Friday Oct. 13. automatically receive a failing grade. :'Eddie Macon' Run" these books delinquent accounts.: It was decided Raulerson said the new speeB I
unanimously to follow the policy "
-- L will also deal with something there'snot printed on the back of Brooker's gun will "pay for itself and more. i
much of In freedom.
prison water bill cards- that Is water will -Councilman Gene Melvin t r
!I"I I touches"Of The Klngsf" the of third freedom novel,, be turned off at any home that has a reported that two 54 gallon drums of I

I on' and It alludes to delinquent bill after the 20th day of the concrete sealer were ready and ,
responsibility power.
attained month.Bills are mailed at the first of waiting for use in repairing the town's I
.1 The Island of Hawaii are the worn tops-of volcano. a man having 'something Jim McLendon each month and payments due on the tennis court.The board moved to have i .
loth.The Melvin and Councilman Steve Nipper I I
---- ----- approved a motion to acquire the necessary: help and do \the !
coupe ..
have a of the worst road spotsin work on the court. I
town be repaired. The board Melvin said the grass around the I
WE WANT TO BE YOUR decided against any extensive road court needs to be edged and cut back I
FOOD Improvement project until after con and the sealer'layed down and spread. .
struction on the water system Is evenly on the court surface.
completed. ,'. f f

u srb ? more on City Rezoning from page 1 i\ >M..;

$tyJB*' >*t n.JflUoft FAHelp
The council also Indicated Tuesday zoning ordinance,but is now in a residential :
;- ft: |i? | >k f! night It plans to employ a zoning section under the new comprehensive -
director. The council also approved plan. The change In zoning t'
j y irk additional expenditures on the new would therefore require an amendment : .
e city hall to Include an office for the to the comprehensive plan. )
new administrator, by using a small
part of what was to have been the 2.Petition by S.R Hicks to rezone
police station. 20 acres north and east of his home on
Kelster and Scott Koons both of Parker Street from HI A (highest
MS b -lupoCmarktt that I TV** ypwbetr eLAWRYS NCFRPC reviewed with the board residential (classification requiring
the several steps required to amend 15.000 square feet) to RIB requiring
the comprehensive plan. only 10.000 square feet per residence.
: Public hearings will be held
ff t 3. Petition by Leona. llermenet to
Tuesday Oct. 24 all p.m at the City
ALEMON KLEENEX SLOPPY JOE Hall on three applications for rezone five acres on east side of I ,
; rezoning Parker Street at Its Intersection with
Wilson Road from ItIA to RIB. I
PAPER MIX : 1. Request by John and Shirley ,
LEMON 3L 29C Sherman for rezoning one lot at Intersection According to a decision at last i
TOW ELS I.Soz of W. Madison and S. West. week's council meeting the council I
r. .. moreland Streets, containing service Itself will conduct the hearings on the ;
Hicks and Hermenet while 'I'<
f.G ; : station, from R1A low density residential petitions
I Union I e ) to B-2 (Community Commercial the Sherman petition for rezoning on
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to_ ... ). This service station operation is ,W..Madlson Street will be heard by
E3n ': SfflWiM uuujMV&14UriJuj P.llrl.LJs1l "gra a ".1..f9't!.814,. ff AN"" ,
, f'BTl im ?r <
AI ITIK MIO MUIT ...".... ocr I' nmiMtc.. OCT. tt )*/. _firv,NIVHII ...INMO, 1 PORK & J,'Y,\];,t.' <. ,, ," ,. ,

.' / ; BEANS Inmate Stabbed by Fellow Prisoner I

'''Sea 4/$1 Afterllolding Hostagetalk
......., Inmate James A. Yam, 20 was to them as long" as they held the
: .u.8 PACK 99' 32oz BOTTLE stabbed in the back by a fellow Inmateat officers hostage. Murwin and Owen ,
PLUS DEPOSIT Florida State Prison as he walked were released without serious Injury
down a corridor In the custody of a after the inmates were confronted by
J correctional officer Monday, Oct. P.
TOMATO Vann and Inmate Samuel I.. Harris, Brierton and armed correctional
Qn 28, held Sgt. William Murwin, 29, of officers.
I SAVE 26d SAUCE Melrose and officer Harry J. Owen.
33, of Starke hostage September 27 Prison officials said Vann was being
with a homemade up gun and crude returned to his cell Monday from a ,
nMS r knife. The Inmates demanded a discussion court appearance when the stabbing .
d$1 150% 3/$1: of grievances, but superintendent occurred. Officials said they have a

a CAN, Dave Brierton refused to suspect in the stabbing.

: Local Beauty Pageant SetA II

Dream Girl Beauty Pageant will Girl category for young women aged ,
'I LOW CALORIE. K FAITHFUL be held in Starke in December. 16-21. t
+..r Alf Local contest organizers announcedhey're
KIDNEY accepting entries from area Winners In each division will I
/J M PFEIFFER I nth -sklents! who wish to take part In the receive a crown, a trophy and flowers I
c. Kember 2 contest which will have while runnerups and second run-
..1 BEANS KInN live divisions. Queens and Kings will nerups will be awarded trophy on the r
t t fOt 1 DRESSING < s be named in Tiny Dream Boy; Tiny basis of beauty,poise and personality.
o' ., Dream Girl, and Little Miss Dream Interested persons should ASSORTED FLAVORS eySQ Girl divisions for youths aged 3-6; A Debra Jordan, Rt. I I. Box 388. Lawtey,
SAVE 77< 5/$1 Junior Miss Dream Girl division for Florida 32058! or call 782-3220 or 964- I
: t.s.CAN ., girls 11-13years: old soda::1 Miss Dream 6230.WorldRenowned.

8oz 3/1 Pianist


.T.I I CAN Here At BHS TomorrowAn
GIANT16oz evening of piano music will be Jullliard. he also received: the Pan- I
presented by world famous pianist American Union Fellowship and other
MIGHTY 1$1 Leonidas Lipovetsky on Friday Jullliard Scholarships.He .
GREEN BEANS October 13, at 8 p.m. The program Is made his New York debut with
l free of charge and the public is invited the National Orchestral Associationat
MATCH to attend. It will be In the Bradford Carnegie Hall and has' also appeared -
High School Auditorium.The at the Metropolitan Museum
1 DISPOSABLE LIGHTER program will Include selections rf r Art, Hunter College, the UN
from major works for the piano with General Assembly Hall, and many
AIM narrative by Mr. Lipovetsky. It others,
I L31iWi'RIGHT promises to be an Interesting and After receiving a grant from the
. informative evening. Martha Baird Rockfeller Fund for
Music he embarked on ''his first
t r 4 !I4j GUARD TOOTHPASTE Leonidas Lipovetsky has been tour where he received
winning critical and audience acclaim standing ovations from audiences
*0o* with his artistry and flawless tech- across the continent. H. has returned .
SLlCEt> DEODORANT '. nique since the age of 12. ,each season since with equal success '
After winning top Since 1966, he has made extensive
FROZEN his native city of Montevideo, tours throughout the US, Cans la, and
Uruguay he came to New York at the Latin America, where he has ap- I
invitation of Mme. Resins Lhevlnne with the National Symphony in
5oz $ 19 :;
; 8.2oz and was the first recipient of the Van Mexico City and the OSSODRE In
CAN 1 99 Cliburn Scholarship at Juilllard. At Montevideo. During his recent tour of
COMPARE TUBE sl.aa. South America he recorded five :

j Nabisco Oreo.. ._,.....,:., 's T', Tin BRADFORD programs for Argentine national
COL'\TYTELEGIIAPIi, ; television.
Nabisco Ritz lloa Cr85 .".......i.FolRer'sCaiteew. This special presentation by the
$5.29, Published every Thursdayat acclaimed artist Is sponsored by
nc CoUe .. It Is the
133 W.Call Street Santa Fe Community I
]Folj,ar's Coffee.>_ u'c:.. 2.65 '/"rV+, I WMIWW I COMET I MR. CLEAN IVORY Starke. Florida 32091: ) third of a series of top-ranked artists

Prlnjls Extra Chips -.- '994; /AMI j jPrinets SOFTENER I CLEANSER I LIQUID LIQUID Second Class pasta Ie paid to the appear rail Festival In Starke of this the fall Performing through

Potata Chips _1M... ',99jPfinglB f at Stark, FloridaSubscription Arts, a college sponsored program.

Potato Chips_........A 99v t: Rates( The coordinated programs through In Stark the SFCC>are Starke being :

'In. trade arl'allt per Center Office with the cooperation of '
,.arIU.b: months the Bradford County Schools. Funding
Outside trade area:In for this program comes from the Fine
: per yean ....50.lx mon... Arts Council of Florida and the
National Endowment for the ArtI.M .


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I .. ...... HAMPTON AREA NEWS. .. : lw,. ',rrs.. 'I a NEWS J'

by Dolores Meng treated to dinner at Joy toy of Carnival :r''t!'< .
Phone: ....I.IS Gainesville. She also appreciated all .11" '
the phone/ calls and gifts that day. Plans are under way faiYn"0"'PTA Bethel Homecoming (Obituaries
Ken lor Citizens Mrs. Sanders visits the school each Halloween Carnival to beheld! at the
week, volunteering her kills in the school October 21. ChalrmanMoleneFrlese

The Hampton Senior Citizens Club reading program there. can be reached at 408-1848.' for Sun. Oct. 15 Louise. Bradbary Alias Born August 6,1921 In Starke. Mrs.
had a very good attendance at its further Information. ./''rw,' Mrs Louise Bradbury Allan 79, of Simpson lived In the Starke area moot
at which planswere Hampton Christian Academy of her l lifetime. She was a member of
October A meeting
Oct. 7, In
Bethel Church will have Lake Butler, diM Saturday,
made for a Fun Day to be held at Homecoming Parade ... Baptist after extended illness the Hope Baptist Church. She was the
Boosters Club their annual homecoming day Sunday Macclenny an
October 20th.This will wife of the late Harold B. Simpson.
the City of Hall a on covered dials luncheon, Students at the school were accompanied Oct. IS, with special singing and Born In Gr ndvllle, South Carolina Survivors Include her mother, MM,
consist lived in the Lake
Christian Academy to Starke on Friday by dinner on the grounds Mrs. Allan had
followed by music and a sing-along The Hampton Mora Brown Clark of Starke; six
session. Everyone is Invited to attend Boosters Club meeting is scheduled teachers to enjoy the Homecoming Butler area for the past e years and daughters: Mrs. Mary Wilson Miss
this entertaining affair.Congratulation, for Tuesday Oct. .16..at 7:30: p.m. Parade there. Buses left the' school Special singing and music will hour begin With was a member of the : Tina Simpson, and Mrs Velvaline
students beck during the morning worship ChurchSurvivors
*! after lunch and brought Addison all of Jacksonville; Mrs.
Football 'learn after a very enjoyable afternoon. the Krampton Family bringing gospel include one daughter, Susan Nix and Mrs. Sharon
Pastor Rev. Everett T. Babb Mrs Carolyn Smith of Lake Butler; a )
: 'W* in lOng
Mr. and Mrs Sylvester Smith PvW I tTWrII il MENU'S\ both of Atlanta, and Mrs. Sandra
deliver the morning message sister two brothers two grandchildren
36th Wedding Anniversary II. C. A. Patriots Football Team will ; ; of Dallas, Texas one son.
celebrated their The OCT. I* 20 4 xr, will be served at 12:30: and three great-grand Mapp ;
Dinner p.m.
on October II. We wish suffered their first defeat Friday Ricky Simpson of Starke;; two
them many more happy years night a clone 14-12 loss to Nassau MONDAY- .' children.! held Monday, Oct. 9, brothers: Hutton Lee Clark of Stark;
Their record The Week's family, The Gospel and Richard Clark of Jacksonville '
Christian Academy. on Bun A/ ;
Happy Birthday to Robbin Wad- stands at 3 wins and 1 Ions. French Hamburger Fries ?. i; .,;10J&,<, Echoes and the Frampton family will at 2 p.m.Cemetery at the with.graveside Rev Clyde N.C.; three sisters: Mrs. Leila Byrd,

sworth who turns 17 today, October The Patriots will meet Starke Lettuce, tomato, picklewriPVr.: begin .afternoon singing,at 1:49: p.m. McKinney,Jr. officiating.Burial was under of Lako Geneva, Mrs Evelyn Carter)
lit! Becky Young celebrated her Christian academy Friday, Oct. IS, a| Cookie : ;.;'..I. i Seay the direction of Archer Funeral Homeof and Mrs. Bonnie Seay, both of Starkel
birthday on October 7. 7 There will also be a girls' volleyball Milk M''lI Everyone I Is Invited to come and and 10 grandchildren. J,
Mr.and Mrs. Hank Lott entertainedat game starting at 0.HAMPTON. ;.JI, i f.,>* enjoy the day. Lake Funeralservlc.. were held Sunday>/
their home on Saturday with a fish TUESDAYi The church\ located on SR-230A. afternoon Oct. 8, in Hope Baptist'

fry and covered dish dinner. It was Chicken pot pie ,,y', '. Mrs.Juanita Simpson.S7 Church at Thcressa with Rev. Mclvitt
their way of thanking Susie Lott's of ELEMENTARY Carrot, celery sticks u Drake and Rev. Pat Murphy official*;
Beauty customers and friends. Sinceit SCHOOL Sweet peas ,i '1>, j ': Kingaley Lake Baptist Mrs, Simpson, 57, of Starke. died Ing. Burial was in Hope Cemetery!
turned quiet cool,the big bonfire felt TESTING Strawberry shortcake. Friday evening, Oct. 6, In Shands DeWItt C. Jones Funeral Home was iiti,.
mighty good! The entertainment was Biscuit a Teaching Hospital; In Gainesville. charge of arrangements ,.
excellent with Hank Lett Donnle Lott State Assessment Tests are being Milk ,,rot' Homecoming: set SundayThe
Olle Sheppard and Dean O'Neal given this week. Students in Mrs.
playing guitars, banjo and violin. Arleen Rich's third grade and Miss WEDNESDAYHam .' Methodist Youth Activities ft I
People came rke, BrookwvWaldo Claudette Peterson's fifth grade are "f Kingsley Lake Baptist Church

and Lake Alto for an evening of being tested. Turnip greens ,' Is having its annual homecoming this The Miller Midgets won a 50 to 44 Green, T.J. Carver, Todd DentonVf?1
eatln' and find country music. Sunda Oct. 15: with dinner to be
good Candled sweet potatoes ", ( ': the Denmark Demons Lynn Loper, Mike Whiffen, Donnie.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilfrid Fontaine were Planning Days served on the grounds at 1 p.m. victory over
Banana pudding
I, last Sunday evening as the Methodist Dayen, Donna Thornton, Lynn Eaves;
part of the Arts and Crafts Bazaar Corn bread Boa *
and Vickie Carver. V\
school divided Into two teams
held at Melrose on Saturday They Friday, October 13, and Friday, Milk y r, Sunday 10 a.m. Worship Youth All the youth groups and their
each other In
service 11 Dinner challenging
a.m. on the
the lovely paint-
also enjoyed seeing October 20, are teacher planning parents are invited to attend a family'
Ings, needlework' ceramics and other days. Students can be helpful! at homeor TIltnSDAY- ; y u 1 p.m. game.One team was captained by John night covered dish
art work. just enjoy those days Tuna salad on lettuce October 14, at the dlnnerbSatW'dayli
with following team
and Mrs Richard Mowry and There will be special music by the Denmark
Mr. the visit over the Students Tomato wedge F', choirs of the church.A members:; Mark Box, Doug Reddish, start at 6 sharp and the entire.1
family enjoyed New Buttered corn > which consists of filmpentitled
and Mrs. II. C. Jay Eaves, Jeff Lawson, Terri! Smith, program a
weekend of Mr.
Cookie tf t Deacon Ordination service will be Stacie Denmark, Tammy Denton, "Home Run For Rusty" will'be
Howell, Mr. and Mrs, Jack Howell On October 10, new students .,! tfr k
Ut>ll v ; held at 2 p.m.Everyone Chuck Williams, Annie Leper and over at 7:15.: ,;r
and daughter Debbie and Wayne welcomed at the school were Jimmy Milk ... .rju,; Is Invited to come and Carmen Eaves. The senior and Junior youth groupswill
Price of Panama City On SatW'daythey Long a second grader; Danny I .fl >w." .. leave the Church at 1:30 '
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this with the by
St. and his : :, share special day church The other team was captained >
visiting ;
all enjoyed Harvey, a sixth grader FRIDi\ I I I'ftII" Sunday pct 15:, to to Jacksonville":
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CHURCH ; son'ln4aw and daughter Mr. and sisters. Mrs. John T* k Sr., ,
ACTIVITIES Chllhowle. Va; Rev. and Mrs. Ralph ; .
Mrs. Richard and niece. Mr.-.na Mrs. JAIqTye .
Minette of Jackson- nephew
CHURCH OF GOD School and family ,
Sunday of Johnstown
Smith Baptist by Ellxahe!: T. dills Jr. and family. '
10am..Worship Services 11 a.m. and Church were with us for the Plese7124306 Mrs Pauline DeVore and Teresa Mrs Hari Troxell and Mrs. George
6 p.m'J.ayer Meeting Wednesday. 7p.m. morning! service.The family sang two' from S and her daughter. Mrs. Linda Adkins. Kelly were Saturday overnight.. guesuof
m. until
YPE p p.m. Start making
Friday at 7 119tb'lIomecominll celebration
pm. specials before he brought The : plans the weekend with her son and Mrs. Kelly's son-in-law and!
EVERGREEN BAPTIST: Sunday Brother and Mrs. Roger of the Church will be held on Oct. 19. your now to eat Smoked or spent
message. Fish daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. John daughter Mr and Mrs. Reddy Cox,of
with ...
School 10 a.m., Worship Service it with for the evening All invited. Third
Eunice were us are DeVore Jr., and son of Atlanta, Ga. Howey-ln-the-HIUs. Mrs Cox came:
a.m. and 7 p.m.. Training Union 8 Ien'ICItHe brought two specials before United Methodist Women met at the Lawtey Athletic Association Is Mr. and Mrs Charles Sims of home with them for a week ,
p.m.. Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7 he brought the 1MII.. e. Church Tuesday at 10 a.m. There sponsoring a car wash and wax, Jacksonville spent Saturday with Mr. Mrs. Jackie Crews celebrated her
Friday, October
Wilma 20 Lawtey
p.m.FAI11t GRACE UNITED METHODIST: were 10 ladies present Mrs. and Mrs. Artie Dobbs brithday on Wednesday' Oct: 4!*and
BAPTIST: Radio Programon Sunday School 9:45: a.m., Worship Wainwright presided and Mrs. Frank school Elementary and School Please call the Mr. William Crews visited his son- Mr. and Mrs. Crews celebrated, their;
WPXE a.m. Sunday. Bible School Services II a.m. and 7-30 p.m., COM gave the devotional. After the set up an appointment to In-law and daughter, Rev. and Mrs. 13th Wedding Anniversary on,Wednesday
10 a.m., Worship Services 11 a.m. and Methodist Youth Fellowship at 6:30: business was transacted: the meeting have your car washed and waxed. The 1K. Clements, of Waldo Tuesday to Oct. 11, .
(-.30 p.m.. Prayer Meeting Wednesday p.m. on Sunday night, Choir Practice: adjourned. fee will be$10.The number ls 782-3639. Sunday. His son and daughter-in-law Mr. and, Mrs. R.W. Edwards".iI., o(. ,
at 8:30: p.m. on Wednesday night at 7:15: p.m. the HIGHLAND BAPTIST Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Jackie Crews and Jacksonville were Sunday dinnerguests '
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH: Sunday Church has a nursery tor preschool SchooI:4:5: a.m., Worship Services: 11 PERSONALS family went after him Sunday af of their parents, Mr. and M.,. I
School 9:45: a.m., Worship Services children during worship hour a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer Meeting of Mr. Cecil Hardea regret ternoon.Mr. .
11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m.'J Training The men of the Church and some Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. to kern that he Is a patient in Bradford and M.... Phil) Eunice of B.L. Wilkinson
Union 6:30: p.m.. Prayer Meeting on from the Lawtey Correctional Institution LAURA BAPTISTt Sunday School County Hospital.Our prayers are Graham visited their parents. Mr. ATHLETICA&MCIATh1N '
Wednesday at 7:30 the church Service* 11 ..m. and with him. .
p.m. finished painting 10a.m.,Worship and Mrs Harold Eunice Sunday afternoon ) PLANS I
Pastor and Mrs.David Brown spent and parsonage on Saturday. 7:30 p.m., Prayer meeting Wednesday Deepest sympathy d the community TURKEY 8IIOOT ">t i
the weekend with their parents Mr. The Young Adults of the church at 7:30 p.m. Is extended to Mrs. Percy '
and Mrs. Foster Brown their enjoyed a cookout and Fellowship at MORGAN, ROAD BAPTISTt Griffis and family and other relatives Mrs Margie Reddish of Starke, was The Lawiey AthJ elk: Association Is i
daughter and sons and their families the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee Sunday School 10 a.m., Worship Services due to the death of her husband, Mr. a Saturday supper guest' of her apon oring.a urkSly Plan/, >hoDt ahead October there 14.'
In Went Jefferson N.C. and nn Saturday night. 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.. Training Percy Gritfls on Thursday parents Mr. and Mrs. Lea McClellan.Mr. Norfti-of Lawtey. so
-r Union 6 p.m.. Prayer Meeting on Mrs. Joyce Futch d Blackshear and Mrs. Fred L.. Roberts of will be a good turn-out for this. worthy." .'
Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. Ga.,was a Monday overnight guest Ci Jacksonville, spent Sunday with theirWishb4ne cause. "...
I Wish To NORT1IS1DE!: BAPTISTa Sunday her cousins,Mr.and Mrs. Carl Moore, I',,.
School 10 a.m., Worship Service 11 of Live Oak she visited Mrs. Loca
a.m. and 7 p.m., Prayer Meeting Johnson, of Lake Butler on Tuesday Cystic Fibrosis Bike-A-Thonl
Wednesday at 7 p.m. morning. She was a dinner guest oTher
ExtendMy 7 SMYRNA MISSIONARY! BAPTISTi son Benton }Flitch and grandson I
Sunday School 10 a.m., Worship Steve on Tuesday It Wednesday
Set In
dinner guest of Mrs. Thelma Prevail Lawtey
Services 11 a.m. and 7 p.m., BTS5:45 ,\ .
Wednesday and Mr*. Evelyn Norman and a .
p.m., Prayer Meeting on .
dinner of her Miss I
guest sister
Warmest at 7 p.m. Elizabeth Terry on Thursday,and left Lawtey ls having a Blke-A-Thon curing children with severe asthma?'' \
SCHOOL MENU for home after dinner. She spent the Friday morning starting at 9:45 a.m. chronic: bronchitis bronchiectasis b'
MONDAY Hot dog on bun rest d her time In Starke to benefit the National Cystic Fibrosis and a condition sometimes. 'called' -
Thanks mustard-ketchup cole slaw, trench Mrs. Ola Starling Mrs Geraldine Foundation."Our "childhood emphysema. .
fries, cookie delight. poaches, milk. Norman and daughter Rhonda visited goals are simple: to find a
TUESDAY Chili with crackers, Mr.and Mrs. Richard Sapp, of Green cure or control for the Inherited "Naturally, we know more, today
tossed salad, cheese toast pears Cove Springs on Sunday. disease cystic: fibrosis, while improving than we ever have before, but we still I
To The Voters Of Bradford County milk. Deepest sympathy of the community diagnosis and treatment of have a long way to go before we've
WEDNESDAY Beans with bam U extended to Mr. and Mrs children suffering with serious lung- conquered CF," said Mrs. Lee.
seasoning rice turnip 1f N applesauce Jerry Starling due to the death of their damaging diseases" said Mrs Jeane "Every! dollar raised for the Breath of t
For The Confidence You Have cornbread, butter, milL! father Mr. Henry Deal, d Perry on Lee.chairman of the Breath of Life Life Bike-A-Thon means better health i
THURSDAY Salisbury steak with Saturday morning. Bike-A4lion In Lawtey. and a brighter future for youngsters
mashed potatoes, green Mrs. Edna Canon, of Macclenny: "We have dedicated volunteers a struggling for the 'breath of life'."
Placed In Me As Your School Board beans gravy, fruit jello. hot rolls, butter, spent the weekend with her brother national organization renowned The Breath of Life Bike-A-Thon I .
milk. and sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs. Aril scientists and researchers, and 110 participants will meet at the Lawtey
FRIDAY) Teacher planning day. Dobbs. diagnostic and treatment Centers," Elementary School parking lot on
Member From District SWill (State meetings), Mr.and Mrs. Hermle Kelly and Mr. said Mrs. Lee. "What we don't have Is October 13, 1978 at 9-45 a.m.
Cecil Whitehead visited their cousins. enough money.That is why the Cystic
SCHOOL NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Sam Gilllspie. Sr., of Fibrosis Foundation Is appealing for
TEACHERS PLANNING DAY: No Fort Lauderdale on Wednesday.Mrs. support to expand research: and care .> * * * *. !!.
School for Students Friday, October Johnny Jenkins visited her programs through the Breath of Life '
Do I Can To
I Everything 13. mother Mrs.O.J. Anders, on Wednesday Bike-A-Tha." :SERVICE MEN :
Forms for the Halloween Carnival and she went home with her for a la. the most '
seriouslungdamaging Is still * * *, .
have been sent home and most of few days. disease *
Provide The Students Of them have been returned. However, If Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Dobbs of incurable the average life ex,
you have not returned yours to the Gainesville spent Sunday afternoon pectancy of children affected has Steve Jenkliw ,
with their uncle and aunt. Mr. and been Increased from infancy to the
school please do so. Those who are
Bradford County With The baking cakes should bring them down Mrs. Arlie Dobbs Mrs. Burney Dobbs teen years and many patients now Sgt. Steve Assigned W.toKl.Jenkins Itrnnlng, son of Mr. t
to the school cafeteria, Saturday and her daughter Mrs. Pat Welch of live into young adulthood. These giant and Mrs. Paul Jenkins Route 1 ,
October 28. Jacksonville visited them on Sunday strides of progress are due to earlier *
Mrs Fullwood's class attended the morning.J.C. diagnosis and Improved methods of Lawtey, recently was assigned as a
leader with the 197th InfantryBrigade
Best PossibleJ. Homecoming: Parade In Starke on Prevatt of Gainesville, visited treatment, which are developed from squad at Fort Benning Ga. '
Friday Oct.: 6. We wish to thank all his mother Mrs. Carl Prevail and a better understanding of the disease. Jenkins entered the Army In April
the mothers and fathers who helped sister Mrs. Evelyn Norman on In addition the treatment
make this trip possible, by using Monday.Mr. programs which CF patients are 1975.The!! sergeant Is a 1974 graduate of
J. T. PARRISHSchool their cars for transporting the and Mrs. M.D. Crapse. Sr., using have proven very effective In Bradford High School.
students. and going with s. Each were Sunday dinner guests of their alleviating the suffering and often r rl

packed a picnic lunch and enjoyed SSS SSSSSi SSS SSSSl SSSSSSSSSSSSSSiSSSS SSS SS S S S S S SS !! M
Board District 5 eating at Wainwright Park before the SSSSSSSSS ,
Parade began. All reported having a SOUTHSIDE ELEMENTARY |I
Pd. Polities) Adv. Paid For By Mr. PirrUhUneppo good time.
( ..d) Just a reminder Our Annual ------
Halloween Carnival will be October 28att.10,1 In their classroom and then had the
at 50 cents
raffle tickets
Important dates to remember: now selling of eating them. Thanks to
of October 9-13 Southslde each for either a lO-speed bicycle or a pleasure
The week .Clifford Jackson for bringing the
Mr* ,.
students grades three and five will bentwood rocking chair. These two
With Our Special be taking the State Assessment Tests. Items may be viewed In the school gingerbread Beulah mix Lennon's kindergarten
for these two Mrs.
J. The teats cover communication skills library. The drawing hall been having fun and t

mathematics: and reading. Thesereaa..wry prizes will be held at 8:30 p.m.. thetJsbrd ... lenmlnjx,.tvth..-Mm*.iime-jNuning.,, .. .
Wo Are Offering! hu .L.........t m.Nsymart. Uioimrntvmls.Ywnemt *"" t """,.--" r
VUKUt. "> +.eetie.a, > w UWU N+l> *O9 has been on care
,7 Something flew( promoted at the end of this school purchased: at the school office now The emphasis have
term. They also measure how well our and also the night of the carnival up to heart, lungs, and teeth. They films
children are learning the minimal drawing time. read stories, viewed filmstrips
basic skUlL. Make-up tests for the All proceeds from the carnival and and used kits to learn about good food.and",
child who may be absent will be given the raffle will! be used to help South- proper clothing for the season
the week of October 16. All testing side School. cleanliness) in all lea IOns.I.tJNCIIIJIoNV.
must be completed by Oct.20. Results The whole school went to view BHS
d this testing will probably be available homecoming parade on Friday,
II in December.: Test results will be October 8. This was the sixth conse-
made accessible: : to parents as soon as cutive year that Southside has done Oct. 16-20
received this. Students were picked up by
-The first six-weeks grading period busses for their return trip to the MONDAYi Bar-B-Q on bun. Trench I
On ended Monday October 9. Report school. Mr. Dewey McKinney, staff fries, cabbage slaw, apple laucef-
cards: for this time will be sent home and students thank the following bus milk.TUESDAY.
r 11Y' r by the student on Monday,October 16. drivers for their assistance: Betty ) Hamburger gravy
-Planning Days for teachers henceno Ann Griffls. Patsy Grlffis. Jackie mashed potatoes, buttered peas
Party school that day for students are Ellington Edna Trainor, Ida Lee cherry cake cobbler rolls, milk.
Friday, Oct. 13. and Friday, OctoberMSaturdayOctober29from6Ap.m. Brown, Willie Williams, and Marjorie WEDNESDAY Halt-spiced ham ,
Wade. Southslde certainly appreciates sandwich macaroni and cheese \
their help green limas. grapefruit and orange :
is' the date for the Southslde Southside will host a volleyball. milk.
r ) Goods Halloween Carnival, which will be football play day on Wednesday, THURSDAY i Sloppy Joe on bun.
+ held on the school grounds and the October 18.. for all Bradford County buttered corn. carrot: stix potato
new paved play area. Elementary Schools. Parents are chips fruit cup milk. .
Plans are well under way toward invited to attend if they so desire. KKIDAYt Teacher Planning Day.
Yes We Now Have the carnival and all assistance is Games will start a about a.m.and will student holiday.
welcomed. If you have not been go until about 11:30: a.m.
h The Largest Selection Of contacted for help and you wish to Mrs. Laurie Mulllns kindergarten
volunteer your, services please call has been studying fairy tales and In
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A queen: had been named, the parade floats making the' float even prettier' are Renee
had been beautiful earlier in the day, the Crawford and Patrice Tankard. Second place I
whirl had run smoothly, and the students and went to the seniors, ''while: FFA captured. I
faculty workers had put together a perfect third ,
homecoming; until Friday night. The JV cheerleaders (bottom right) hadn't
given out of steam by the time the,parade' : .
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( from top left)the Queen and her reign less than one day old, newly-
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WarmingThe r Dominance for Loss

: ,/, Not Ram
Week honors for the week with
: we've had since the late 'eo'lo early Nurse explained that the Tortuidoe* Hartley saying both came up and
// \ "The first thing I thought about '10'.." continued to attack the middle because played the run well and were In
loss like this was whether we that was the plan of attack -a the Rams
after a "We didn't block well, agreed on the few passes
1 1J position
Cftstslde beat staff
beat ourselves or did Offensive Una Coach Bob Hancock, plan of attack the coaching was attempted.
I us?" laid a disappointed BIG Head ''w.felt Ilk. we needed to control the confident in.We're Hartley added that fundamentals
YJ Football Coach David Huroe u he ball to beat them and we weren't ableto not going to pad the ball" will be the fare' for the two-week
thought of the 23-8 Tornado defeat at do that. You can't miss assignments until the percentage: are on our side period before Ocala Forest.
the hands of Gainesville Eastslde. against an eight man front like the Bradford head mentor explained, practice disappointed In the loss and
BenchWith ., "After seeing the films of the game they threw up at times and win." unless we think the odds of completing even"I'm more so because It was Homecoming .
I think we beat ourselves""Our "We're not down on the kids," a paid are In our favor w.woo't Nurse summed up, "11
entire game plan was to run Hancock "assured "We'll work! on throw the belt Our passing looked like we had one of our bent
KAToraadell..da up the middle from tackle to tackle some basic this week and It should work. aolr1 during this oopeee things" crowds ever (estimated 6.000) and
film I don't thinkwe week. "
after seeing the them.
/ and 1IIf for us. The Interior coach we on we disappointed
Collinga pay I'm sorry
Buddy would) change that, Rune added, tackle Allen Scott, center The Tornadoes are Idle until Friday
A "we lust did a very, very poor Job of Marcus Cruce and tight end Ronald Oct.20.when they meet Ocala Forest Dwayne Cummings knee Injury,
blocking at the point of attack It was Mathew for their play in the ..me. .ft home. and Kevin Reddish leg Injury, were
Still UP the poorest offensive line execution "It was a disappointing loss,, said hobbled In the EasUlde game but the
Mike ;:Sexton
Defensive Coordinator aren't too serious and four intent -
ranks Friday "other than their first scoring drive hurts should be ready to
..'. football team was shaken from the unbeaten defensive ball linemen
Bradford. we played a pretty fair In the Ocala Forest tussle.
night but Isn't down In the dumps after the loss. that the humbling defeat came Jr. Midgets Rout Middle urg. game but It was one of the poorest contribute Grlffis. Kirk M in ton and John
to\ ) with the coaches had far overall Jay
The players seem agree because EasUlde was a clearly better games we've as a* Vallnski are back after early season
because of missed assignments..not tackling. There were several occasions sidelines for
much the better them on the
football team and the belief that the Rami just weren't that where we had people Inpoeltlon Injuries put and swing
for schedule
to town Fall half of the
team ha kept spirits up.With a week off before Ocala fully.Forest Jr. Peewees, Peewees to make the tackle and weJust thefirst Josh Sutherland Is back afteran
ihould return
game number six the self-confidence at Eastslde. The didn't get the job done. benched him for two
As reported here last week BHSmlght Just get another shot while Cow tough but fell 13-0 Saturday. BUly "There were few times when we' arm Injury
Tornadoes will battle 8k Augustine and Palatka for District Field$-In AAA Gainesville honors In a The Bradford Junior Middleburg Midget for the Rayburgh nearly broke two kickoff Just plain got whipped on the line," weeks.
EaiUlde and Buchholi tangle Friday night at Florida clash In the first second on while Bradford returns all the) way and was the Sexton said, "more often we just
champions week in a row
A Junior
District 6-AAA showdown. The District S leading tackler for Bradford's failed to execute."
round of the sate playoffs the homefleld of the District 8 winner. County's other went two down Pop to Warner defeat foot-In a Peewees who trailed by a 6-0 count al "There's always positive things you

ball teams Saturday Oct 7 halftime can look at and I was glad to see we
BUS Nemlils Honored home trlpleheader : just kept scrapping, and didn't quit,"
The Junior Peeweea lost 26-0 to summed
Eastslde defensive tackle Tommy Roes won the Gainesville Sun's Player of The Junior Midgets outscored their tough Orange Park in the day's first Sexton"We missed a up.few tackles too"

the Week award at the expense of Tornadoes this week. for a 3tt Middleburg counterparts for their game. The first quarter and last half Defensive Secondary Coach Mike
The*-8. IBS pounder made 10 tackles, one for a safety and rambled October 6. second win In four games, Last week were near even but a 20 point second Hartley said In reference to his backs.
Bradford fumble In Eastslde's 23-3 win Friday, topped the same team 212. by the Parkers
yard touchdown on a to they quarter explosion "I guess that was contagious our
Before the game BHS coaches had spoken highly of Ross, saying a key Kenny Davis once again was the top. keyed their victory. Aaron Mathews defense Friday night."
beating the Rams Is stopping the cat-quick defender. offensive threat for the winning Cowboy led the Bradford team with seven "As far as our pass defense they .-
team with 112 yards ana" three tackles In the game while JefferySherman only threw on us six times,completing
Rankings a JlnxT! touchdowns. Vince Culvenon added Stacey Bowen, Chad none after having thrown 30-35 times a Ask .
method to 47 ground yards and one score. Craig Thornton and Douglas Ashley game before this and we look at that ,'t
BHS Defensive Coordinator Mike Sexton thinks he has a surefire teams that move Sapp added the one extra point conversion << chipped In four stops apiece. as a menage that they thought we Charley
pick prep football wtnners-or rather losers. Just pick area for the winners. were doing such a good job on pass

Into the rankings to lo e. start of the fall campaignand stifling defensewas This Saturday Oct 14. the Junior defense that they wanted to keep the
As he pointed out Lake Butler was ranked at the The Junior Midgets at 4 ball the around," Hartley added,
moved Into the 3A top 10 and was led Wayne Slocum, Jimmy Peewees play at Keystone p.m. on E.
Buchholt by
wa upset their first time out, ranked and was then O'Neal and Davis the Junior Midgets visit Bel-Med at 1 "it surprised us that they threw so
upended by the Tornadoes St. Augustine got Schoenlng, Trudy and It our backs a little less
promptly moved to number two In 2A in on five tackles. p.m. and the Peewees have an open little gave
Trenton who all figured
Jacksonville Bishop been getting.
crunched than
by action they've
slid Johns
and then week.
and was blitzed by Cbleland..and Bradford slid Int4the 3A top 10 The Peewees played Keystone'Dolphins Donald Reddish and Dwayne

right back out after 23-3 loss to Gainesville EasUlde. Cummings shared Defensive Back of

BUS.EasUlde Receive Votes About This Question:

Rams both In the "Also received votes" from IB "Spring cleaning should
and Eaitside's are Action
category The Tornadoes of this week's state class 3A football poll along with future BHS opponent ...Flag touchdown came on a 13 include an 'airing' of insurance -
The Packer to be
St. Augustine. Palm Bay and Milton continue to lead IS.Raiders Tuesday, October 5, as they once yard Interception return by Andy. policies risks
Melbourne lead. that are
Lauderdale Aquinas early sure! new
Ft. erased an '
still listed In the top victors over again
the only area team 18-0 Chaff.
the 3A rankings with Jax Bishop Kenny The Dolphins were The John David Francis staked the adequately covered
10 The unbeaten Crusaders are ranked seventh.k.Yanks the Raiders in game scored two Monday.twice In the Bengals to a 6-0 lead on a 30 yard run Chargers to.Packers 16 without the needless
Alachua Santa Fe received votes this we unbeaten Dolphins took the lead on a six Tuesday's first game saw the
Interception Hampton overlapping
but of
first half,first on a 10 yard pass Jones and Brad whip the Packers 20-16. expense
Woody Chargers
McRae,thenon yard run by the
an Iffy PickI return by Robbie A 10 Russell's extra point run. The lead The winners led 7-2 at halftime on policies. Does
isyard run by Scott Duncan. Russell ran a seven the basis of a two yard run by Richie Charley C. Johns
to 1
but I sure Shanks to <<
still the Yankees will repeat as World Series champs yard TD pass from Wendell was Russell threw extra point run by Levi local indepen
say series from this corner. In the last yard TD 1&4< lucky quarter on It. It looks like a great McRae iced the victory ? and ballooned to 25- Before that Packer Tommy
Simmons. free
my the National League champs the 28 yards to Jones, dent agent offer a
New York the edge at four positions, half. Russell. Fender in the
I give by had caught
for moment.The an eight yard run Crosby
a 6 on of Insurance
don'tcount pitching
nod at four more and call one even If you classic Caters I.Chargers 0 interrupted the Gator endzone for a safety. survey
used In the October The Bengals
will be of
ninth position Is the designated hitter which In Reggie Jackson at the DH After a slow start the Hampton with a 4$ yard TD toss from Ron Willis returned an interception policies to be certain "
this year. Yank skipper Bob Lemon has there penciled over whatever player Tommy Gators started to roll last week In the spree Francis to Chris Robinson while the 10 yards to Increase the Charger leadto reasonable coverage?
decided edge
spot to give circuit kingpins also rate a slight 10-12 year old division. Gators closed the scoring on another 13-2 but Packer Andy Chaff threw to E.
Lasorda resurrects from his bench.The Munson junior at third base with Gralg Nettles, The Gators ripped the Chargers 29-4 pass from Russell to Jones, this one Kevin Johns for a TD that cut the gap Charley
bit better at catcher with Thurmon with red-hot The Chargers took a 9-0! to 13-8. The Packers receptured the
base Thursday.
second for 30 yards
Is better at
with Mickey Rivers.LA Johns with a AGENCYPHONE
and In center field hit Ron by
Fender run
Willie Randolph at first base with lead when Richie lead on a 10 yard JOHNS
Davey Lopes overshadowing with Injury-slowed Bill Russell) and In rlghtfield with the other Willis for a 10 yard TD pass but the Bengali 14-Packers 8 Johns to Randy Balkcom. conversion
Steve Garvey at shortstop little difference In left field where the New rest of the game was all Gators.They The Bengal came out with a split pass giving the Pack' a l.13 lead. TheChargers 1.3 t1tw uf
,,' Reggie-Smith. There's nm.JbyJEr, the Hur-gnm in a J !
> slugging
40 topped nwora
Baker. tied it on a. yard "'fir the week aa they Willst
platooiMtrs rat even with Dodger Dusty ', C lead on-a one yard from Fended to
I tt Vork will decide It. Both teams have solidaaflei'but Russell, took the P.ckerllH Thursday. touchdown pass ,964-5070
That makes It 4.4-lthe pitching Guidry and the best bullpen man- pass from Russell to Andrew Tlm- A goal line stand at the five yard covering 15 yards.
the ptiwtrlpers have the best starter-Ron mons,and then turned the game Into a line early In the game helped the 0.=
Rich Gossage and that spells the difference rout in the second half as Russel Bengali win. A 12 yard pass Interception -'
threw a 10 yard TD pass to Timmy return by John David Francis
Nugent and Woody Jones fired a 10 the winners a 6-0 lead and
I Karate Class StartsTuesday Regis. Open yard scoring strike to Nugent gave Francis picked off another Packer
from 6-7 pm., ana 14 years ana up Galore 33.BeD,a Is 12 aerial to set up the winning the score.BengalTD.
Anybody wishing to learn how to scored on a 12 yard run for
for 7-9
defend themselves, whether they be scheduled Newham says that p.m.he needs at least i The Gators beat the Bengals 33-12 .
eight or eighty now has the chance to 20 students In the younger class, and I
learn karate with classes being offered he's hoping for a big response.The fee Attention: SALESPEOPLETired
this fall, reports David is WO. and anyone Interested can
Newham. Instructor of the classes. register in the main office of the Vo- r
The classes will begin October 17 Tee school during regular school ? Bored? Unhappy? irk
and end December 14,and eight to 13: hours.
& will be offered a chance to Newham and four other advanced
tarn the martial art for the first time. students will travel to Sarasota October have the ability to sell In volume and
Classes will be held In the Middle 13 for the South Florida But you
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BHS Sophomores, Juniors Asked


To Apply Now To Take PS AT Test ,

Interested Juniors and sophomore Bradford High School.It Important In college work. Lit..highly
would be In determiningthat recommended for students who plan 1
may sign up to take the PSAT helpful
(Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude the supply of tests Is sufficient if to continue their education beyond

Test to be given October 24, a students would register as soon as high school.:

Tuesday, In the National Guard Armory possible Mrs. Aljets ups.
Each year the PSAT is given to Students taking the PSAT as sophomores
Taking the PSAT Is the first step in Interested Juniors and sophomores. will repeat the test as juaf rs.
entering the scholarship competitions The PSAT is a shortened version of The test is an excellent way, to corn ITLpR

administered by the National Merit the College Board Scholastic AptitudeTest pare present academic preparation to ;
Scholarship Program, and the (SAT) taken by most college- other students of the same age who :
National Achievement Scholarship bound seniors The PSAT measures are planning on some type of post- \ A t 1

Program for Outstanding Program verbal and mathematical abilities high school schooling. .

Negro Students. 1

Students will travel to the armoryby Guard To Fire This-Weekend t
school bus to take the test Buses Weapons :

will leave the front of the BHS auditorium i
at 8-45: a.m. and return at The local Florida National Curd commander. ,
approximately 11:15 a m. unit,the(31st Maintenance Company, 'Wehave a number of new people in .
Students Interested In taking the will fire weapons on the rifle range the unit and have attained a strength C !
PSAT must register with Mrs. Aljets pistol range, and machine gun range of over 290:! people) a new high for the

In the Guidance Office and pay the $3 and motor ranges at Camp Blending unlt'statesSFCJohnw Hersey.
totting service fee prior to the testing. this coming weekend, Oct 14-19, "and this makes .us one of the"largest
Checks should be made payable to states Capt. David L. Bennett, unit units In the State of Florida. ,
Training! officer, 114. Donald V
Sapp. states that all members of (the
I COMMUNITY NEWSby unit have to fire their weapon each /

year, and this Is an Important part of ,
their training. In addition to weapons 1
firing the 63Ut will have classes) in ; i I
Elisabeth G. Walker Antloch: Missionary Baptist
first aid, weapons operations and E'
Phone 4-e483 Church: Prayer Meeting Is held each cleaning and tactics

Thursday at 7 p.m. Sunday School "Due to our firing at Camp Bland- 1
Dell Chapter 118 O.E.8. The first each Sunday at 10 a.m. Services are Ing we will not spend the night away
monthly meeting of Dell Chapter 168 held each second and fourth Sunday from home" stated SSG Donald
will be held today (Thursday, Oct. 12)) First Bora Church of The Uvlnf Bagwell unit training NCO. ;
at 7 p.m. In the Masonic Hall on God: Each Tuesday at 7:45: p.m. "Becoming qualified in our Job
Brownlee Street. All members are at 7:45
Prayer Services. Friday : p.m. assignment and weapon firing Is
Invited to be present. Tarrying Services. Sunday School 10 what this I la all about," continued
The Official Visit of the Grand W.M. a.m. Home Mission 11:30: a.m. YPCW
"We work hard to have good
will be made In St. Augustine, Fla. 6 pm. Bagwell.training all phase of our operation P P & K ChampsThese

Oct. 27 at 7 p.m. Members are askedto Mt PUgab A.M.E. Church: Sunday to include vehicle repair, welding
attend for Information and inspira School each Sunday 10 a.m. Morning wrecker operations, radio repair six local youths will represent the area In the rowit year old title winner Emmett Watkins 12 year
tion.NAACP Worship II a.m.The cooperation of all and general equipment Punt,Pass and Kick Zone competition In Jacksonville this old winner Kickle Fender, and II year old champ Gerald
meeting: The monthly members Is needed for success of the supply Saturday. Oct. 14. Brown.

meeting of the Bradford County church activities. repair.Persona Interested In knowing The age group champs In the local I competition held In
Branch NAACP will be held Monday Calvary Baptist Church: Each about the 531st Maintenance Unit more or Starke two weeks ago are from left.to right i first row- 10 The winners In Jacksonville return to that city for the
Oct. 16,at New Bethel Baptist Churchat Sunday Bible Study and Prayer interested In Joining visit the year old champ Clinton Jenkins, nine year old winner Hal Area Championship. The PP K competition culminates
7:30 p.m.All citizens and membersare Meeting are held. Preaching Services on Edwards Road may in Starke Wood, eight year old champ Dewey Williams; second In the National Championship at the Super Bowl game

Invited to be present.The will be held Sunday, Oct. IS, at 6 p.m. armory this coming weekend or during the : \' t .i\1,\
membership drive is on for Free Canaan True Church of God In

Junior and senior to Join. The organization Christ: Tuesday, 7:30 p.m. Prayer week. '. ( \\f
needs the help of all interested Band Meeting. Friday,7:30: Tarrying JV Giiddcrs Take to Road Tonight I

citizens Service. Sunday School 10 a.m. BHS Career Day
Morning Worship 11 a.m.
Anniversary Banquet: Pleaiaat Grove United Methodist Bradford's Baby Tornadoes take to yule High and has three games on tap. JV Braves.
Francis Chapter No. 140 O.E.S. will Church: Every Tuesday the Young the field for the fourth time this after the Palatka match "We've had a good'while to work
Set Oct. 27 and get things done and we'll also be
celebrate its anniversary with a Adult Choir rehearses at 7:30: p.m. season with a road game against
Banquet Friday night. October 20. ate Prayer Meeting each Wednesday at 7p.m. Palatka's JV tonight (Thursday, Oct. The Junior varsity team has had along getting some freshman, and
p.m. This banquet will be held in the Thursday Bible Study 7 p.m. 12)) at 7:30. practice week since their sophomore players from the varsity
R.J.E Complex. Rev. Roosevelt Dell Sunday School :0 a.m. Love feast 3pm. The 1978 College and Career Day Tuesday, Oct. 3, loss to St. Augustine. since they have an open week so we'rein
Jr.? pastor of Mt. Pleasant United program scheduled October 27 from The BHS JV Is 0-3 after losses to Head Coach Sam Chenoweth is confidentothistam'sehancesagainst good shape for the Palatka. game,"

Methodist Church of Gainesville, will Greater Bethlehem Freewill 8-40-11:15: : am. In the Bradford High Eastside, St. Augustine and Gaines- the i Chenoweth said.

be the speaker. Several door prizes Baptist Church: Each Monday at 6:30 School library for members of the

will be given. pm. the Tiny Tots rehearse. Senior Junior and senior classes. NewsOur I
All members of Francis Chapter Choir rehearses at 8 p.m. each The public Is also Invited. Starke Elementary

No.140 .S.are asked to hem in atten- Monday, Prayer meeting each There will also be approximately 75 >
dance at an Important meeting Tuesday at'I p.m. The All Male seniors from Keystone Heights High Franco-Amei
Monday night, Oct. 16, at 6:30: p.m. Chorus rehearses at 7 p.m. Group 1 School present. third and fifth grades have been ,the study they are working on paper bell's Bean Products. -
from the Mission Department meets BHS seniors, including those whose busy taking the Florida Statewide mache masks under the directions of can Products. New this'year"V8":
at the home of Mrs. Victoria McCray first period claw is at the vo-tech Assessment Test this week. The test Mrs. Nancy Brewer Mrs. Brewer Is Cocktail: Vegetable Juice Campbell'sTomato

Church News Group 2 will meet at the home of Mrs. center, ,are asked to .come to the results will' be sent back in a few also doing a great job of keeping our Juice.
.Greater Allen Chapel A.M.E. Elane Lee Group 3 will meet at the library at 8:40 a.m. to talk with the weeks, and you will be able to discuss ,cafeteria bulletin boards well deco-
Church: Usher Board No 1 will sell home of Mrs. Darline Blye. Thursday various representatives. The seniors with (the teacher how your child com- rated. Lunch :Menu .
dinners from the kitchen Saturday (today) Story Hour at the church. will be in the library until to a.m. pares on the assessment yardstick In Parents remember Friday, Oct. 13. Oct. 16-20

beginning at 11 a.m. All members are Friday the men 'will sponsor a Juniors are requested to come to the reading, writing, and mathematics. and Friday, Oct. 20, will be Teacher
asked to cooperate with this activity. program at 8 p.m. The Deaconesses library at to a.m. and return .to These tests will assist parents and Planning Days, (no school for Monday: Sloppy Joe on 'bun. :
Senior Choir rehearsal Saturday at will sell pies from the kitchen. The I classes at 11;IS a.m.Representatives "' the teacher In seeing where individual children). Our teachers will be busy green limas buttered corn. cherry
3Q.P.ffl", Can Circle will sell dinners Saturday. of neighboringcommunity strengths :,and.Ivieakneases'i 'Ifs.P \"this Friday In a workshop pertaining) .t ke cobbler; milk. v -
SpnfMy,,<,Schou4IJPf 4>> .m. .,,Morning Sunday, pastoral day. Sunday ; ..ce'J8Ifelii.re.'CIritles *- TOEW&Iiricti.,new''prugfantSTOm Be *to the Math Grant that has jlfat b'iert1received ( """TiMayi Glazed bak ham potdfo
;Worship 11 a m. School 9-30: a.m. Morning Worship 11 technical: grades ',industry, designed specifically to meet your by Starke Elementary salad string beans, pumpkin pie, roll

Church of God In Christ: Tuesday 7 a.m. Dinner 12:30.: Evening Worship armed services, professionals, and child' needs. We have officially started saving milk. .
p.m. the Sewing Circle meets each p.m. vocational-technical center will be .the Campbell Soup Labels. Last year Wednesday: Meat sauce w-
week 7:30: p.m. Also Bible Band Friday, Oct. B, all groups from the present for students to question and ART NEWS The fifth grade we received several nice pieces of spaghetti cheese slice garden salad,
Friday 8 p.m Prayer and Pastoral Mission Department enjoyed a receive information from. students are completing a special equipment for the school. We hope we .apple crisp, french bread milk.
Teaching. Sunday School 9:30: a.m. Fellowship dinner at the home of Mrs All teacher are requested to study of 3-dimensional Art. Some of can do again this year. The following Thursday: Pizza cheese sandwich,
Morning Worship, 11 a.m. with the James Prince. release their Junior and senior the projects they have finished are is a fist of what qualifies as mixed vegetables banana pudding.
Missionaries in charge. YPWW at New Bethel Baptist Church will students at the appropriate time. mobiles, clay pottery, wood constructions eligible: Campbell soups Chunky carrot stick milk.
I 6-30 p.m. terminate services with Sunday Faculty members are Invited to participate and wire sculpture. To complete Soups, Soup for One Soups, Camo- Friday: Teacher Planning day>

Mt. Morlah United Methodist School at 9:30: a.m. if they have a free period. -
Church: Wednesday at 7:30: pm. tbe..arrBlptlatChDrch: activities:
Choir N o. 2 rehearses. Sunday School Each Tuesday 8 p.m. Bible Study. LEGALsecurity lions of the engineer at
9:30: a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m Thursday at 6:30: p.m. Prayer t the. location or locations
with infant Baptism.All Meeting. Sunday School 9:30: a.m. Court for Bradford shall be' VELMA HARMS, As described below; "----
United Methodist women are Morning Worship 11 a.m. Communion CountY. Florida, Probate described. The claimant personal Representative Bradford County, Road
asked to please attend the MethodistWomen's Service 6:30: p.m. Division; the address of hall deliver sufficient of the Estate of Vasco 100 Location: Suction:

meeting at Wesley United NOTICE: ,4.i, which P.O. Drawer B, copies of the claim to the Jefferson Underhill 29020. At Walnut St. in
Methodist Church at 10 a.m. The Concerned Citizens of Bradford rlAlti tr Star1 Choir No. 1 will sponsor an anniversary County Inc. will meet Monday Oct. ..j 1' The personal representative mail one copy to eachpersonal ATTORNEY FOR 'PER. Regulations Full-

program Friday, Oct. 27, at 8 16, at 7:30: p.m. In the RJE Complex Actor Boris Karloff was 1f.( 4 of the estate la Velma I representative SONAL REPRESENTATIVE actuated Traffic Signal
Care Room. Harms,' 123 Enterprise All parsons Interestedin
Day :
pm. once a real estate taleiman. i 1 v with Pedestrian Features
i Street. Brunswick. the estate to whom a RICHARD E.WELT'.964North 8/17/78 .,
i It Georgia. The name and copy of this Notice of Temple Avenue. On recommendation of

I = I From Page 1.. address of the perwonelreprntaIMt'1 Administration has been Starke, Florida. 32091, the Director Road Operations -
'i mailed are required
I IN RE ESTATE OF LEGALSthe NOTICE OF attorney 9648060. the above traffic
NOTICE OF IN THE CIRCUIT Is set forth below. WITHIN THREE 10/12 2tchp 10/19
WILLIAM WELLS INTENTIONTO and speed regulationswere
HOOD, SR.. Deceased claim I* not yet due REGISTER INTENTIONTO COURTFORBRADFORD All persons having MONTHS FROM THE DEPAKMvieNTOF determined to be
the date when It will REGISTER COUNTY claims or demands, reasonable
FICTmOUS FLORIDA against the Estate are required PUBLICATION OF THIS
become due shall be ,
I FOR upon the basis of the
stated. If the claim.Is con-: NAME
I COUNTY FLORIDA : Pursuant to Section engineering and traffic
Pusuant MONTHS OF THE DATE ejections they may have
PROBATE DIVISION tingent or unliquidated. 885.09 Florida Statute to Section
Investigations, and
I of the uncertainty 8G6.C8, Florida Statute, FILENO.1.2886 OF THE FIRST that ,challenges the
the nature
78-417-CP is
Fie Number notice hereby given that NOTICE IS HERESY authority wa therefore
PUBLICATION OF THIS personal representative,
Division (112903)) shall be stated. the undersigned Donald hereby given that given by the Secretary for
t In RE Estate at VASCO file with t the or the venue or jurisdiction GIVEN:
rl the claim Is secured, the the undersexed Beverly : NOTICE to
E. Furrow and Gloria A. the establishment of same
M. Bryan, Rt. 2, Box 57. JEFFERSON UNDERHILL clerk of the above court a of the court. That the Department of
shall be
: NOTICE OF security Furrow,Rt. 2, Box 162-A. ALL Transportation at it and the placing of the
described. The claimant ADMINISTRATIONTO Starke, Bradford County proper marking, and signs
shall deliver sufficient business under the firm NOTICE OF claim or demand they DEMANDS AND OBJECTIONS meeting of Sept 28 1978
Florida doing business as indicated, also for the
copies of the claim to the name of "BRYAN'S ADMINISTRATIONTO may have. Each claim NOT SO gave consideration to the
ALL PERSONS under the firm name of elimination of existing
clerk to enable the clerk to GULF SERVICE" 666 N. must be In writing and FILED WILL BE requests relating to
OR -GUM CREEK KENNEL"Rt. ALt PERSONS'HAVING controls where this i Us
:, mail to each Temple. Ave., Stark. must Indicate the basis fort FOREVER BARR D. special traffic regulationsand ..
DEMANDS AGAINST one copy 2, Box 162-A. Starke, CLAIMS OR Indicated
I Bradford County; Florida. e claim the name and Date of the {first in each case made a
THE ABOVE ESTATE personal representative.All Florid 32091.: intends to DEMANDS AGAINSTTHE Billy G. Pelham, Director
32091. Intends to register address of the creditor or publication d this Notice review ot the traffic Investigation -
Interested aid fictitious name under his agent or attorney, and of Administration: report atong
PERSONS INTERESTED persona name under the pro. AND ALL OTHER :
IN THE ESTATE: In the estate to whom a visions of afore said the provMona of aforesaid PERSONS INTERESTED the amount claimed. If Oct. 12, 1973 with the recommenda 1tchg 10'12:
statute. the claim Is not yet due,
of this Notice of
NOTIFIED that the administration Administration he* been Beverly M. Bryan,, YOU ARC! HEREBY the. del when it will be- .
due shall be ststed.
of the estate mailed are required, Donald E. Furrow & owner. NOTIFIED that the so- came
WITHIN THREE Dated this 12th dev d If the claim la contingentor 41
of William Walls
Hood. Gloria A. Furrowowners,; ministration d the Estateof ,
I Sr., deceased, File MONTHS FROM THE October. 1978.: at Stark, Vasco Jefferson unliquidated, the

Number 78-417-CP, Is DATE OF THE FIRST Dated this 6th day of Ftorlde. Underhill, Deceased. Fib nature d the uncertainty
10/12 4tpd 11/2 hal be stated. If the
pending in the Circuit PUBLICATION OF THIS A.D. 1978. at Number 1-2890. Case
Court for Bradford NOTICE, to file any Starke. Florid Number 78-J71-CP. la claim Is secured, the

County, Florida Prabate objections they may have 10/5 4tpd 1020INTENTION -
Division the address of that challenges the

which Is Bradford County validity of the decedent'swill .-- Capable ,'

Courthouse, Starke, the qualification of .. ,
Florida 32091 The the personal representative Thank You
personal! representative of or the venue* or NOTICE OF

the estate Is Virginia B. iTo Conservative
Hood whose address jurisdiction of th* court. TO REGISTER
c/o W.W. Hood Jr.. 6 ALL CLAIMS FICTITIOUS NAME all who helped m*> in my .

Winding Lane Wilming- DEMANDS, AND OBJECTIONS campaign for county com-nUslofier, v
.. ton. Dot. 19808. Thn NOT SO Pursuant to Section I
and to trios. who > of their
,; name and addrea of the FILED WILL BE ..(8. Florida Statutes, pave A
personal representative'sattorney FOREVER BARRED notice Is hereby given that finances, tlm and mad the effort to 4t 1

are sat forth the undent gnad HomerF. get out and "GN, I-. am grateful t +r "
below. Date of the first Hen Rt. 1, Box BM
All persons having publication of this Notice Lak Butler. Bradford
t claims or demands of Administration:: October County. Florida. 32054. '
against the estate are 12, 1978. doing bueinas under the Although I foiled to be elected, we must continue our milK

required WITHIN THREE firm nam of effort to preserve our freedom from, arbitrary government '
MONTHS FROM THE Virginia B. Hood. A*
DATE Of THE FIRST Personal Rapieaanujliv* "MOONLIGHT ENTER- regulation and! control! of our p.te., property, businesses and

FUBUCATION OF THIS of the Estate of WIHsm PRISES," Rt. 1. Box 664.Lak Industry. ,.. :
NOTICE to me with the Well Sr. *. Butler Florida
Hood. This can b* accomplished If our dally lives show that we
clerk of the above court a Deceased.: :32064: intends to register .
written statement of any said fictitious are worthy o4 God's help. .i'"

claim or demand they ATTORNEY FOR name under the provisions kr.: House of Representatives

may have. Each claim PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE of aforesaid 1iankxou
must be in writing and : stay*. District
".. indkcate/ the barfs for Dudley P. Hardy. Esquire Homer F. Hart, owner. '
General Election Nov 7 1978
the delm, the name and P.O. Drawer 1030. Dated this 6th day of (/ ; _/ ,
address of the creditor or Stark. Florid* 32091. October A.D. 1978 at tfJ,
Stark Florid the faHtcai AdwMMMnt pd lur Dv f d Onor.
,! his agent or attorney and Telephone: 9044118. *
the amount claimed. If 10/122tchg 10/19 101$ 4tpd 10/26



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I Eastside; Rams Bowl Over BHS 23-3

Gainesville Eastslde's def nM piled Ram tackle Tommy dosspounced on showing they would rather go by land The tint quarter ended with Doug play but a five yard encroachment
ut a In human barricade against the BUS quarterback Jeffrey Norman fora air against Bradford. Junior Reddish taking a side option pitch and penalty against the Ram being a run._
run \and then sparked in offense by safety that increased the Ram leadto tailback Larry Harris slashed for motoring! five yards for a first down at Harris got 31 of the yards on rri ,,,\
coring nine of the Ram's 23 tad lt-3 and minutes later Roes scooped gain of three and six yards and an ,the BHS 32. Before that Tyson had attempts while Caul sparked the drive d I
quarter points In a 23-3 Easlslde win Bradford fumble and high-tailed offsides penalty Rave Eastalde Uw run twice for seven marker The with 17 yard cutback job as Eastslde
'that knocked BHS from the unbeaten down the sidelines 38 yards to ice the games Initial first down. After series ended when Eastslde' ball- knocked Bradford off the ball and ran j ;,
franks Friday October. game linebacker Isaiah Jenkins and hawking safety Ken James batted from tackle to tackle Van WI.'"
The Ram defensive front which While they were stopping Bradfordon noseguard Kevin Reddish stopped down a third down pass in the right conversion made it 7-3 Easutide. 1
dten turned Into an eight man wall the ground the Ram offense used Harris for a two yard gain QB Blackman flat from Jeffrey Norman to tight end The visitor's lead ballooned Quickly Ir''
before Bradford' man of the ball the land route more successfully than kept on a veer option for nix Ronald Mathew, Bradford' freshman because of the play of their aggressive "
proved nearly impenetrable for the any club had been able to do against yards Into 1 Bradford territory and punter Scott Allen then showed defense. On a third and two veer play ,
red-Jenled Tornadoes who ran for the tenth-rated Tornadoes. With their bull-like fullback Ken Caul got around his leg,ripping a 49 yard punt to move the Rams swarmed over Norman and

just 94 yards on 39 tries In the game.It highly advertised passing attack the corner on a sweep and netted four the ball out of home team territory. the'pitchman Reddish{ fumble Reddish at the ,BHS forcing 24 lhat a 1
was the first time In 1978 Bradford completely bottled up by BUS' ex- yards and another first down at the Buxton recovered L
lenced the Rams BUS 44. Blackman then opted to to BUS Opportunity Loss linebacker Ricky .
had been held to less than 100 yards on per .econdarYd go took for the Rams to '
the ground. Asa matter of fact the turned to game and the air on the next three play and ail It eight plays "
first time Bradford has netted less churned out 180 yards rushing- most three attempts were wellcoveredwith Frank Swindell and Kevin Reddish tally their second touchdown this X
than 171 around yards this season of them on bolts straight up the gut of cornerback Donald Reddish ganged up to stop a couple of running time Caul did most of the damage rL.ir "
with four for 13 yards. The score
Even In the lopsided toes BHS' Marvin the BHS front. In the air Eastside betting down one attempt a* the plays and Jenkins busted up a third tuna :
Tyson ground out his fifth consecutive finished with no completions on six Tornadoes extinguished the threat. down pass play to give the Tornadoes came sneak when from Blackman the one attempted and bobbledthe a
attempts and QB Huey Blackmail good field position after Van Wle's QB
100 yards barely.
hook off a keying Ram stop crew Tyson to continually was farced to run the ball Itt Half 'ta.doffThe puntat the Eastside 48. The opportunity ball Into the endzone and full back for Tight end Ronald Mathews of BUS
fell the fumble
went for After Bobby Rushing on Is looking for a Jeffrey Norman pass
on his rollout pass attempts. naught.
gain exactly 100 stripes in 31 of the
most difficult carries he's had this rest of the half was more of the Tyson ran for five yard to move the six points Van Wle's kick was but KatUlde ..ball Ken James got
..me.. Bradford's stoppers traded ball close to the 40 the Tornadoes straight and EasUide led 14.3 with there before the did and broke up
The Rams allowed the Tornadoes to Debases Stingy Early Eastslde's defenders lick for lick and fumbled the ball away when Normanran seven minutes to play. this second quarter pass attempt.

tring together consecutive first Defense was the name of the game the punting .units saw repeated action. Into Reddish as he backed out Safely Pads
downs on only one occasion 'and early as neither offense got much Bradford came up Inches short of a from center and the ball popped free Lead he even had control of the ball and
bobbled the kickoff
Bradford's lone score a 37 yard done.BHS got the opening kickoff and first down on their second possession and Into the hands of Eastside end Tyson ensuing with pinned the Tornado flyer as the ball
Bradford took first
oaf the but the defense ended EasUide' Kenny Williams over a bounded on the turf in front of the
Marcus: came after Tyson ripped.off a 10 yard run on :
Eastside had fumble at its 40 and a IS first play from scrimmage but the ensuing possession just. a* quickly. A ,The Rams could get only to the down at their four yard line.srowlnu East."lde'lII In- anguished Big Red bench Ross was
stun now
yard late hit penalty against the going got tougher after that. Brad bootleg attempt by Blackman was Tornado 47 as Blackman bobbled the confidence crew They was for a bounce and sailing Into the endzone
piled Tyson
winners moved the ball to the 29. ford's tailback was held to five yards wrapped up by defensive tackle Fred ball on third and two and had to fall on ? up untouched to clinch Kastslde' fourth
Actually the Eastalde defense ,outscored on his next three trips into the line and Woods after again of just one yarn the pigskin for a one yard loss. Van one yard back gain and when Norman second victory and Bradford's first Ions of the
Bradford by Itself. the Tornadoes surrendered the ball secondary ROBOT Wle| then came on and pinned the ball dropped on a surprise season Van Wi.,'. kickmade it 23-3
down Row hammered him downIn
Late In the fourth quarter cat-quick Eastslde wasted little time In Richard Milne forced Blackman to at the two yard line with a 48 yard the pass endzone for a safety that and the clock ran out an BUS,.
puntTyson ......... SM.lne.wa .
gave Bradford running room jumped the 4-1 Rams Into a 10-3 lead
"with rung of five and three yards and Bradford had to kickoff after the I. 1
safety but thanks to a Individual .." 4f-IM M.N
super IflSal/.Vd.
then refused to down on a six yard
.- W. run that earned go a first down at the 16.EasUide effort by Kevin Reddish EasUidedidn't po........_....."..,.. h-4 a ....II. I
< < $1J three have possession long. Reddish I..M 4umM.
<: '' then toughened on run .n.a.! '.rte
: I Ipo.ft.II..W.
"t. and forced another punt. met Harris two yards deep In the .'I II t*>
.. backfield. stripped him of the ball and .t tie 14 r
.. .. .,, '',,, then recovered the ball to give the
\ :
Ei''f'X.' .... '' Jenkins Moore Ram Drive >!>HM I 0 > 11.11
.... ', .L \ '"'" Slop Tornadoes another
'' :
,' : : now-desperate
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\ ...;,."",",".0',,,."";.\.(.I",:\.].,.\',,.:,.,:dli" ;"'",' 'ie".j, \ .;." < >ii1\;;1 Niii\J'li!\ # and Eastside moved closer set up when shop Harris at the BUS ran for 25 With less than five minutes to go at.rnle.ummNY1.Hit (;,u.. 1' yard>!.!. pall a4 s I

,,"' I,' ""\? !!, .j 1; : t ) five yards Caul ripped off a seven Norman looked to pass on second ................rte ru...VMWWtHMl _.._.I.i
':;1" ;" : ; ,. .. ''',,'' ,,"rjl",1i, and Blackman scrambled down from the BHS 47 but his pass to .. Nvih..n.umblS, rsc..rv. w .... Ln..
( ,: yard gain ..
'" : ,/,1.,: Chastain was low. On third and 13 VJn w,. McHj .. IilxMi
't. .. ,. for eight stripesOn a third and two .. ...t l.ehlt' MwmM In ...* ..... MrlMyr
tried to free
.. I Tyson on a .. "
".......,.. from throw the 22:but Blackman was blindsided droooed by backto a sweep but Eastslde followed the play 11MI.M.I Sett 11 v& rim with fumble Vm WI. i .
all the way; swarmed on Bvson before iciii NN '.j/
Jenkins and coughed the
I Bradford' secondary lay In wall a* Eastslde attempts victory EaiUldVf heralded passing attack was reduced blitzing up.
to past the bell la the Ram J3-3 win.. Even In to a sero-for-sbi, no yardage performance: ball From to end their Alton 40 Bradford Moore. started Its

only scoring march of the night TELEGRAPHSPORTS
throw wide on,a and second Jenkins down and pass end to Tyson went behind right side blocks t
for eight, then 12 yards and a late hit
Mark MOllie teamed to deck Caul fora
"I 1 NEVER REALlZED'HOW one yard Ions. Eastelde's strong- penalty against the aggressive Ken
James moved the ball to the Eastside
Donnie Van Wle
legged punter-kicker
then wowed the overflow crowd with a 25. Tyson ran for four more before the
MUCH THEY DO"Few Tornadoes stopped the clock with just
booming 53 yard ount.
five seconds to Ko In the halt. Marcus.
Cruce then clubbed a 37 yard field goal
people do realize how many unseen detail through the crossbars to give BHS a 3-

are necessary for even the simplest Dr.JoelF.KatzPODIATRIST 0 halftime lead.
funeral service. At our firm capable hands Eastside opened the second half Dolphins Gators
determined to keep the ball on the '"
trained in a long tradition of personal service, ground. Harris went off right tackle

handle these scores of details with quiet FOOT SPECIALIST for nine yards to reach the Bradford ...
thoughtfulness. No service is too simple to 49 and then crashed through the line Double Winners in
command all their attentive and under for 20 yards as end Mark Mosley had
standing care. 4001 Newberry Road to catch him and bring t him down.Bradford's .
defense refused to wilt Youth Flag FootballThe
Building D Suite 111 Imder the pressure. Caul tried the left
C, Jones Benton Futch 'side but was taken off his feet by on
'!JII"'j.DeWitt,,,} ..JII': : ',: ." '. J rushing safety Dwayne Cummings Dolphins won twice and'the 'the'Haiders won on a 10 yard pans .

\\1:: ; ,j! <''IJ.Ij'., _Haol: ''tl' ttrti n', i ,/(MflB'It. I 1 v ,! ,Q I! '' '.Y siaf'aPl p hl ""Harrfi tpe 1I.of I fyr4el'na scrim- 9Jd grl w flfea h he '1W.nt1\-, n agrown'yttmr from Shanks!'\Itrfurr9rorf'fnanq to Chris NoegeldShaaks! +rntttnnartre +, n Inlt...,!
: '
,..-,.Blackman' stoppedforatwo aloes swept both their9-12 age group tally 7-0 ,
'Phone 373-3077 yard 1 Ices' by monitor man Dale games in last week's Starke flee
.Jones Peabody' Roger ''Van Wie reentered Department flag football play. Dolphin' S3: -('o\\bo>'"i 22:
to a 48 yard field
the contest try
Funeral Home Omitted From The Yellow toalthat would \have evened the count Ralden1.StHlera,0 For the second game Shanks

Sl.' K.y.ton Hgt.. Page Listing and the ball was long enough but it switched jerseys to join his regular(
1184.8200 473.3171 ,was off center and BHS still owned the In Wednesday's 6-9 year old play I cum and led another win. Shank
Under Podiatrists. lead Wendell thanks put on a one man figured in on every Dolphin score of
The Tornadoes took over at the 20 show.The Raiders topped the Steelers the game to lead his undefeated
7-0 in the opening game with Shanks league-leading club to a 23-22: overtime -
and garnered a first down on three
== ''''''' win the Cowboys.The I
'' runs by Tyson, the first of which was playing for them because of a player' over
an eight yard sweep from the I for shortage. After a scoreless first half Cowboys took 'the lead early

mation. ,Norman then got .another -
first down on an on-the-button pass to I
slotback Marty Chabtain that was
: good for eight yards to the Bradford
[ J 40 On the play Norman faked to
INTRODUCING Chastain and sucked Eastslde's
linebackers towards BHS' leading
running threats. After a Tyson sweep
was limited to a two yard gain Nor-
man again dropped back to throw but

OFFSET wasn't as successful. A second at-
PRINTING tempt to Chastain was off the mark ,
and a third and eight pass attempt
turned into a scramble and then an

'-, Whiiv You Wait !llllThat's eight front yard came loss as swarming Eastslde'in. defensive "

\ Kastslde: Takes Lead
Right. .
Eastside finally scored on a long
Camera drive that ate up the first third of the Itrngal quarterback John David I'rancieacrambies, for yardage In 'his
Bring Your Ready Copy fourth quarter. They went from their team's 14-8 win o\erlh Packers In lhU>ear old flag football action Thurtil.it.
28 to oavdirt in IS plays with everY Oct. 5-

And We Will Print It On ,
when David Williams scooted to pu>'
dirt from :'to yards out and threw to

White Paper With Black Ink NOW OPENUnder Chuck Coburn for the two point
conversion that made it 80. Shanks!
led the Dolphins back, scoring on aIII

While You wait !. '! New ManagementBryan's yard throwing run and to Mark then tielng Strickland the count for the by

two point conversion The Cowboys
Gulf) regained the lead after halftime on a

That's Good But Here.Is SomethingEven one yard run by Coburn: Tim Leu Is'
.' extra point conversion made the score

Better !II I Gulf ServiceFormerly 15-8.The Dolphins weren't to be denied 'I

as Shanks ripped off another yard
Campar.I.I. Walts Gulf scoring run and then ran in for the
conversion that knotted the score
Hwy 16 & 301 964-7153 agairv-at 13 all. Regulationtime
ended with a tie and the Dolphins
Tht u Pric:.. J. Owner & Operator .stayed! unbeaten by winning the gameIn
'i.1114a the four play overtime period The
91/11 I t.DDD COpiateh i 8overly Bryan Cowboys scored on their set of downs
I / with Coburn throwing a five yard TD
15 Copies 2.. I 15 Copies .3.' pass to Lew I. Coburn then ran the

12'. ; t/2 H It i 25 Copies '.3" one point conversion to give the i
25 Copies Cowboys a 22-13 edge but that marginwas '
I I 50 Copies '3"100 Full Service Station
50 Copies 2' erased when Shanks threw 10

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1 connected with McRae agiln for the I
I 51" ________________ 200 Copies '6'.1 Open two point pass conversion that"won
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,800 Copies '9" 800 Copies '10. 6 DaysAWee'k / over the Steelers. j- ./<* '':

'10" I t,700'Copfes !11" The winner led at halftime 6-0 with fi
I 100'Copi.. t BUSines5Forms. 800 ,, the score coming on a 23 yard pass J
: 800 Copies s1 1'. t I,, I Copies12" Closed Sundays. from Chuck Coburn to David

, .'12' I,, Flye": Letters I 900 Copies 113" "y', Williams The Cowboys padded their
900 Copies
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.....8 TELEGRAPII Oct. IZe1t7. II

Zoning and Planning,
meeting loons Bradford COUNTY COMMISSIONERS PUBLICATION OF THIS Of Administration: October 'fad)County, Florida at In PUBLIC NOTICE SWILL BIDS Bradford County Courthouse

Stark, Florida, on BY: as. Brown. Clerk dark: of the above court i* 'South- Range Eaetho EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT The School Board d Each and every Person
Tuesday October 31, October 8, 1978 written statement d any Welter Alvarez, Aapersona *> been ( ed22 against OF FLORIDA IN Bradford County will hiving any Interest whatever .
1978, and nuke a Itpd 10/12 claim or demand they ) Representative you and you are required AND FOR BRADFORD receive' bid on IWIII from In the enactment of
NOTICE OF recommendation may have. Each claim of th Estate of Tat 0. to airy a copy of your COUNTY. all cafeteria on October this proposed OR

APPUCAT1ONFORREZONING Board desbom County Cache must' be In writing and AiaTTORNEYe'FOR written defenses:; If' any. 18. 1878 at 7:00: P.M., DINANCE should appear
ANDAMENDMENT end the Board IN RE: ESTATE OF TATE must' Indteet the basis for to It on J J. WOLBERT.. CMLACTIONCASE ("...Individuate may and be heard at the time

OF Mill conaldar on Monday.NovemtMr a ALVAREZ, Dsceesed the claim, the name end PERSONAL JR. Plaintiff attorney, bid on one school or all and place prescribed.
THE LAND 0, 1978 at the IN THE CIRCUIT COURT address d the credrtor or REPRESENTATIVE: rthoee addreee .la :208 8.I NO. 78-378 schools but must apeclfy BOARD OF THE
USE PLAN tame said place at 10:00 FOR BRADFORD hi*agent or attorney, end 'PLO P. Hardy. Eaquha. Water Street P.O. Box which school h* or aha to COUNTY COM-
amount claimed. If I Drawar 1030, 1069, Stark bidding on and amount
emending> the Comp: relating to: PROBATE DIVISIONFie the dalm la not yet due Starka. Florida 32091.Telephone 32091) on or before Husband. Plaintiff either per echo or total. : Gtoert S. Brown
hanaiva Und DM Plan Number 78-418CP the data when It wW : 10/19' and file va Suoesorul bidder, muatprovide dork

Element end Map by The rezonlnfl of the Division (1-2304)( ). become due shal be 10/122tchg with the Chart PATRICIA JEAN SMITH, sultabl can daleach tt dig 10/12
Bradford County. Ftortde. following described atated. If the dakn .la of thie Court either before Wife. Defendant nil I to be placed In

In accordance with the property and amercing NOTICE OF contingent or unliqui service on Plaintiff. IotItIotFailure to
local Government the Comprehenalve Lane ADMINISTRATIONTO dated, the nature of the '. COURT attorney or Immediately NOTICE OF SUIT keep can wash one. dean NOTICE OFAPPLICATION
Coinpreherielv Planning Usa Plan to provide that uncertainty shall be IM THE CIRCUIT EIGHTH thereafter otherwise a NO PROPERTYTO hall be ground for FOR
Act of 1975 aa provided lands currently zoned OR ALL PERSONS staled. If the claim Nsecured OF CIRCUIT OF default will be entered voiding bid award with no REZONING AND

for In Chapter 103 of the and dseii ted Agricultural HAVING CLAIMS OR the security shal JUDICIALTHE IN AND FOR agalnet you for the relief.. : SAMMY LEO return of money. AMENDMENT OF
Florida Statute. by the plan ea DEMANDS AGAINST be described. The FLORIDA demanded In the Complaint SMITH Address Interested persons THE LAND
10: All attz.., Taxpayers Agricultural be retorted to THE ABOVE ESTATE claimant shall deliver CML ACTION JR. and or 'Petition. Unknown must hive bids at School USE PLAN
and other In- BR3.1.1. and designated AND ALL OTHER sufficient copies d the J.D. DOOM WITNESS My hand Administration Bulking An ORDINANCE amending -'
Persons. OOI'/WI'III'CIa, the property PERSONS INTERESTEDIN claim: to the dark toenable VERNIE P. DOOM his and tha>aaal. d thi* Court YOU ARE HEREBY not later than 7:00: p.m. the Comprehensive -

You end each: of You of LN.Wilson, described THE ESTATE: the clerk: to mel wile, Plaintiff.MARGARETTE. this 2eth day of September NOTIFIED then an action on October 18, 1978.; Lend Us Plan
an hereby end herewith aa oKowa: located 3 milea YOU ARE HEREBY one copy to each personal \18, L. 1978. for Dissolution of Send bids to: C.E. Element end Map by

given notice In accordance South of Starke on the NOTIFIED that the administration repretentatlva.Al Defendant Gilbert S. Brown, A. Marriage he bean filed Dougta, 582 N Temple Bradford County. Florida
with Florid. right of Hwy 301 In d the estate person Interested JOHNSON Clerk of the Court against you Sammy Lao Avenue, Starts, Florida, In accordance with the
Statutes that the Board of Section 18, Township 7 of Tate Q. Alvarez In the estate to whom a CASE NO: 78-283 By; Marian McRae D.C. Smith and you are required 32061. local Government

of South Range 22 bet, d caaed, File Number 78- copy d this Notice of 10115 4uhg: 10/20 to aarvo a copy of 10/0 2tchg 10/112' Comprehensive Planning
Bradford County. Florida, out of parcel 4970, one- 418CP la pending In the Administration has been ..' NOTICE SUIT OF your written daferu**. If Act of 1975 aa providedfor

have designated the half((1/2)) acre, to operat Circuit Court for Bradford mailed are required, PROPERTY any to It, on the plaintiff in Chapter 183 of the
Bradford County Zoning an antique etore. County Florida, Probate WITHIN THREE ". attorney whose name) Florida Statutes.To .
end Planning Board to Division, the address of MONTHS FROM THE and address.la George H. : All Citizen, Taxpayer -
conduct a public hearingat You are further given which la Bradford County DATE OF THE FIRST To: Margsrette L. NOfICEUNDERJohnlon. FICTITIOUS Plaice P.O. Drawer 1030. NOTICE OF and other Inter-

a regular meeting heldat NOTICE that a copy of Courthouse Starka, PUBLICATION OF THIS Last known NAME LAW Start Florida 32091, and APPLICATION FOR eatad Person
7JO pm., In the aid proposed ORDINANCE Florida 32091. The NOTICE, to file any address: P.O. Box 215 NOTICE IS Jerk original with the REZONINGAND You end each of You

County Commission la available for personal representative d objection: they may have F AREEaHHEREBY GIVEN that theHEREBY of the above styled AMENDMENT OF are hereby and herewith
your Iropectlon at the the estate Is Walter that challenge the YOU court on or before given notice In accordance
of the deceodenf NOTIFIED that an action Pad.. desiring to en- October 23 1978: othar- THE LAND '
office of the Director of Alvarez, whose address Is validity" totes under USE PLAN with' Florida
Zoning and Planning, 213 N. 6th Street wit the quellflcattona to foreclose a mortgage gag of Wee a Judgement may be ORDINANCE Statutes that the Board of
i Bradford County Courthouse Macclenny, Florida. The of the personal on the following ,dithe fictitious name entered agalnat you for An County Commissioners of
101 the Comprehensive
Starke, Florida. RIme and address of the representative, or the scribed property In BredSTAN'S BOOTERY the relief demanded In the emending Use Plan Bradford County Florida,
Cal Street in the Und
East ,
of ford County Florida: complaint or petition.
venue or Jurisdiction the
Each and every Person personal representative's have designated
of Stark. Florida.Intanda Element and Map by
Lot One ((1)) and the City WITNESS hand
having any Interest attorney are set forth the court my Bradford County Zoning
whatever In the enactment below. ALL CLAIMS West 20 feet of Lot 2 In to register the end the seal I of said Courton Bradford County, Florida and Planning< Board to
e d this proposed All persona having DEMANDS, AND OBJECTIONS Block 29, Blanton'a aald name with the Clerk Sept. 18, 1978. In accordance with the conduct a public hearingat
ORDINANCE should claims or demands NOT SO Addition to the Town of of the Circuit Court of Gilbert' S. Brown A* local Government a regular meeting held

Moose antler ere shed appear and be heard at against the estate are FILED WILL BE "Hampton aa same appear Bradford County Florida.STAN'S Clerk d aald Court Comprehensive Planning at 7.30:: p.m.. In the

In D.c.mb.r, sprout the time and place pre required, WITHIN THREE FOREVER BARRED.Data d record In Plat BOOTERY By: MH.dDeftM Act of 1975 as 183 providedfor of the County Commission
L. Media In Chapter
of the first Book I t. Page 38, currant by Mriam
again In April and reach scribed.BOARD. MONTHS FROM THE meeting room, Bradford
their full ii
10: All Citizen -
Starke, Florida on
and other kitareated -
Tuesday October 31,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Persons. 1978 and make a recommendation
You and each of You
NEW OF FLORIDA EIGHTH hereby and herewith to the Board
EAGLE 111 LOW JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN given notice in accordance d County-Commtostoers

On sale Thursday, PRICESIW&r& 1RNw ear AND FOR. BRADFORD : with Florida Statutes and the Bard will

A Saturday COUNTY. that the Board d County consider on Monday,
FrIday CASE NO. 78-197-CJ ((1- Commissioners of Bradford November 6, 1978. at the
2894)) same said place at 10:00
County. Florida
g a ANNIVERSARY celebrating our32nd DIVISION: I have designated tha A.M. en Ordinance
relating to:
I In the Interest of .Bradford County Zoning
Annlveesaryand'the1titI MITCHELL COLEN '' aminor. and Planning Board to
The retorting of the
of 2OOth store ., conduct a public hearing following described
opening our at a regular meeting heM
NOTICE TO at 7:30: P.M.. in the property and amending
with these special buys APPEAR AND County Commission the Comprehensive Land
Use Plan to provide that
SHOW CAUSETO meeting room
zoned OR
fends currently
: Jay Corbin B MaryE. County Courthouse,
Canflotd whose residence ;, Starka, Florida, on and designated by
end addresses an.uYotan Tuesday, October 31, plan es Agricultural, be
o... DOU.L. MOM-STICK 1ST QUALITY WOVEN 1978 end make s recommendation rezoned to R1A, and

COAT OLHPLATB l' hereby notified to the Board designated Residential
POLYESTERSLACKS the property of James A.
? that a 'Petition under oath of County '
he been fled In the and the Board will Griffin, described as
Monday follows: located 1/4 mile
above styled Court for the on
rB / East of Starke on the
commitment November 8,. 1978 at the
South side of Wilson
of MITCHELL COLEN. a same Mid place at 10:00:
mile child born on the A.M. in Ordinance Road, Approximately 43
: 9f 26th of November, relating to: Acres In Sectfno 34
$ 10 .8 8 Township 6 South, Rang*

L.. J,. k y 'AMcfnta 1966, : at'County Gainesville, -Ftthd1' '4e 1ts; fining of the' | 22 4491-00100 Ea.(,,parcels.to 4483, and put

k" e' ?TOOfj' r E t w. ..! .e.N ever. w anyje emotvntu ...... a n'ra, il to Social and Economic following describedproperty property In a residential
l -,,,i II we..Peal e..wulp 1W.red..e.l Service Department of and mending
IIM mmtt ralMM BnMl tar-ewes.fAYRA1 Health and Rehabilitative the Comprehensive Land classification.You: .
I ....._ .. .... .,...,.....a Use Plan to provide that
727 South
tknUMAMeV 9Ma.N...... Services,
JArt .......-era / are further given
1 aw Walnut Street, Suite A, bras( currently zoned R1C
t QT.QUAKER STATE HUGS SA VINOS ON TUB 1 / P / Start Florida :32091. for and designated by the NOTICE that a copy of

.M SPECIALLY PRICID O.I. STKAM/DRV MOM e0 5 subsequent adoption, and plan as Rural Residentialbe Hid proposed OR
DINANCE la available for
you are)hereby notified to rezoned to BR3.1.1..
490 be end appear before. the and designated Com- your theiDirectortof
Honorable ELZIE merldal, the property of office of
from ooatvd aotvplMlc a. waO ) SANDERS Acting Judgeof Ira Hudson described aa Zoning and Planning!\ .
= toe,: ::: Not Duraver eordMt, Bradford County Courthouse :
follow mile
the Circuit Court atStarka. : one
Florida at 10:00: West of Hivy. 16 on the Starke Florida.
a.m. o'clock on the let right of Pleasant Grove Each and every Person

day of Nov., A.D. 1978. Road In Section 18. having any interest whatever
and show cause why Mid Township 6 South, Bangs in the enactment ot
i Petition for Permanent 22 Eaot out Of parcel 2278 this proposed OR

LADIES FAMOUS BRAND 4 Commitment should not to build and operate a DINANCE should appear
and be heard at the time
be grafted. I convenience: store. .
SWIATZRS AT SAVINGS s \ end place preecrlbed.
WITNESS my hand as
5.88aUA \ the Clerk of said Court You are further given BOARD OF BRADFORD
\ d and SeIII thereof this NOTICE that a copy of COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

DISCOUNT PRICE l 13th day d SEPTEMBER, aid proposed OR-
By: Gilbert S. Brown,
1978. DINANCE is available for
Take .dv" ta.e.5eveclewI
$AY*:9 00 VALVtPI.U9l
I MM by a torn mekerl. were* a HONORABLE Gilbert S. your inspection st'' the Clerk
I 3 L. aID NTH DRY THUS PLASTICS ARK Pwn. wry III rat Brown Clerk Circuit office of the Director of Itpd 10/12
CMLORINS COSTS USS AT -.su4.e./II Ness........

: By: lila R. Yawn Deputy
rye 97(3 ; Clerk NOTICE

saw grenuuv formula. ware WutcMwdiets, -. papa. 4NNAalAUa'I / Notice I i.
/ hereby given
poration of
pool wMr neat L prkINp. laundry' oaakots,much mom wad44 1 Ozone,
that I I. Dolph E. Reddish, Florida and against
THECIRCUIT as sheriff of Bradford Martin Tackle Inc.
I Ne'N'M' pwMtel.sitee efrbM se and
I ,....*think we mmdm mtitofc.M....Brio*Pain COURT ,County Florida, under Carious Stalvay
teme,etrtpee a..-.In HMH-S*tn.M'ft.rf. EIGHTHJUDICIALCIRCUIT and by virtue of Writ of defendants In tha

tea. OF Execution tc>wIt: amount of $960.63
w FLORIDA IN AND Execution Issued out of together with I costs of
;!1 PN l FORBRADFORD County Court of Pinedas collection. '

< PPA COUNTY County, Florida pursuant Have seized and hI\IIIln
,J4 r to a Final Judgment for my possession the
CIVIL ACTIONIN The Plasti-Kraft Corporation following described

RE: The marriage of a Florida cor- personal property to-wlt:
VI"."" I '
/ SMITH Wife
9AVE UP TO V" Quantity Item
/RICE CUT ON TENS i iINx72wPOLMNOUD w. 25 Zebco 80 XRL Reel
JUMBO TOWELS : Husband, .
48 ZebcoXR20
17 88 c:. 560WAtJNI" CASE NO. 7831J5NonCE 7 Zebco 404
I :30 >. Johnson Spin Cast Reel
weeswtos+f 4 OF ii.t k\,r' Guide ,
maw duty hjmlnuni "...... t. Trick two-ply were cw nr. SUIT ,'.,'
Cast SedreI'
max poIyuretfJ--"-. *. quality two-ply MMM UMUO. 4 ,$.
Compac Spin Reel 890
uPTO21" : HARRY F. SMITH 28 Fly Reel Blue Fin No. 48
%"NYLON PABT-ORYINQ Trophy Mark 1 No. 300

U-D .CAN MARRIAGE has been card
1..97amoscaurrrrres .r 8 a, o.r7.88 6.88 "=cT4s63 "=cT6.93 filed against you, and you 31 Card (13 piece) Needle Nose Pller-6 per

....... Ise. .Nteh.d .ne.e. Western .tvtu, beds .eiNe Manu M un4 *, a tea ma*.. Toaimaker *l,*ii* tedeeed' are required to serve a '.'' ,., card
WAL Mr _!.colore,_'.MSWBIHUS'TttKHir --IMLJIL _'. ....... .n*'......<.>> alraareimis]__*.I*m. copy of your written 58 Cards (128 piece) Lucky Day Flktt-12 per
.AVlfU/tT lf" defense, H any to It, on t card-

CID IIIITA&. PC%' the plaintiff attorney, 38 Card (18( piece) Oyster Knife 4" blade.12
S whose name and address par card

WRAPPED OR NtIHI OfIM II J.J. Wofbert. Jr., P.O. Oyster Knife, 2" blade 24
.%" y+. 3 Cuds ((11 piece)
Box 1086 208 S. Water 1', per card
___ Street, Start, Florida 3 Cards Filet Knife lnbethercase.i
32091 and file the original 6 per card

21390 ; 4' with the clerk of the '2 Card. (15 piece) Flat Knife In plastic case-
becor MIC.'A above styled court on or 6 per card

before October 25, 1978 2 Cases (HO ,dczjcaas) Needle Nose Filer
otherwise a Judgement
VI'U/t TO"" ptlii SAW" 13* may be entered agalnet

uoarrPRSCiOM you
WHITE RAIN 880 Aa the property of the offer for sale end asll to
u SPRAY,7.5 OL WA'JM above named defendants the highest bidder for
complaint or petition.
wt CT 2.88 6.94 3.44 WITNESS my hand and that on Monday, the cash: In hand the above'
s2101 6th d November described ot Mid
LAVORIB and the seal. of said Court property
i whs MOUTHWASH r 09' ...L _J __9Hff eht.fltMf CeWWiW ta9..... .. ___ .an..bUat w. ..... ele a ireakw .. ..... 22 1978 1978 at 1:00: OTdock P.M. defendant to satisfy the
... Nme2I WAe1M n"e....asaas.ey. w.r.u-.L. .............. al.elw.Ma. .....* *,..AM*._. .on Gilbert September S. Brown, A* on MId day on the *.- aforesskj Execution.
Maw"' 'of the Bradford Dolph E. Reddish Sheriff
1 Clerk of eaid Court
!' Kreea I/00'e Petra County Jllyrd.. I wil Bradford County, Florida
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312 W. MADISON S V 0 PLUS By:. Marion McRae, A* 10/124td\g 1112rk

STARVE. FLA.CIGARETTE PRICES $55$ $5635 ,TAR 9/23 Deputy 4teh Clerk 10J1t


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traee an 1 te 14 aera tracts aaaelgkherheed pabi. 473-2031. l/8 llpd ''' ) 1n: : 1 ; '" 1 !' 0 > i
...new ...... I4A3 iKr:) tn 1'1: IjtiliM". U.JL !I! : l ;$ J :
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late permit ....... ,
.*...aad ame...r....... CASH FOR GOWi BlrBowolry .., ._ 'OII"U' ' Why. '. -- -. QrWilltg.n '
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..... Prlaad .. ... witS ( oIIa....... ...... MOBILE: HOME, t BR.nuBlokod. ; HUMESt direst; Iu pay.r.7 Good ojMllty, YI11y x "

.....tram 8200_ta 840 distal ..... Will vlaU puss Ad. te .._v,. Clam Bayhetery. Lane ........r N > ..... .....+ Store, t. ;I
pr ...... C.err.l.lIr.e.g. BOOM aaywkoc*. Hr. "I... Bat foaood ,..... .... P44SSI. 24,14,1/wide.. eTA RILE 4-B34$. 10/12 4tpd I p } J
.en 8B-21 ...u.w.. mae. 475-108*. WHIT 1Kb* 14/12 W8 30| 1
0....,. 473-4178. ../.. CENTER. [J] IOIN.TEMPLE ,
Nart.Ope.ode*. t.1B.d.y.
> ... > ,.. toT ] 1TARKE. FLORIDALucille
NO REASONABLE OFFER 0 a.loor ..... 4- 74l. ITEMS basil Cecelia/ TarwllloaarSIRE "j.

REFUSED 11'1' Fard j r \ : \: I deoMwldo. traBw. Poor "/..... kraaa prtb..li, ... Conner Spry ;
FOR BALE OAK LAKE Coo airy Squire' BtalloaWan dliilJEEP .Boa Iroai tow*. Garde.a ___J__ ..... be... .....r..,
ESTATES..to .....arerolllag **, I .. : : .... Pkoae .*.-..'1. lipd ( ...... ..7..-.... ar / ASSOClate. :\
wooded tr..I.11,401.er. MJM ...... 034$13.IFS W AGONEERl ...,. 10/11 FIVE: USED MOBILE .,. 10/13 lay .." ,.. .420 ;
HOMES rs..sJlaead t.
.. S298/Da. lay S/26 .110... ..... Wan.. .... .
n.5. Ow.r ,... 813-87- NICE: CLEAN 3 ROOMS like .... LI-iKool I }.>r : _ITEMS Ladlo. 3 "" SEEUSFOR '.
atoll babe, Una .
sleet ,
11611 lefrTfHy. FOR RENT t BR laralaVad. S. aa-l ball, rorabkod apart'at. worMBM.1ItOe.Pko-o 4733T79. RahHfk. S4S. 2b.,.* y VAAFHAFINANCING
> aad atad griaa bxL Route |
...... bar..AIC. weaker, .F..I1eM. privat*OBtraaoe .12111.hg IOAS ..... 1101. ...., S38 ;
.... ."." ''''.r ..,..*. livam Llaba.a.d ', '
FOB SALE) 14 ... ft. Knot dryer, water, garkage .Ills. will trade tar ..... let water porok.hn..... -- | | *.* oar sat $/0. Tcrwillegar Realty U ;
tree wblto rofrlgorala* with oUaotlM aad aaaarMy kta value Call: 1 74 DOUBLEWIDE: 4t40.t 4734883. lub. 10/13 .
........ 3138. P.... 473- ......... aaapte and anahad. altar S afak-ap..'... d.... 431-1114 P1./144071. lay 10/13 botk. BB. partlahyhrais ,uMwawa.w... Ready When. You Are
2202. Say 10/12. N. pota. 6184. lei and >... CH/A. m.*" bo TV Stash
leas maatk THREE ., NEW LUTINO 1107 COLLEY RD., Well built
BatwaoaMorroaa HOME FOR SALE _**-. kite Zoaltk very good
CLEAN: MOBILE BOMB Bad ...,..... 4JS1948. >... brick wkk .Levu! Tborowo.. all a aloatrl b...'. la T194. 114$3110000'PIes.964. ..., 880. PlMBO ..... convenient. and complete 1 BR. 1 B. LR. fully

FOR RENT. S BB, 1 kalk, 2Ubg 10/5 10/12 yard, large .... 140 NX. BthA ... 8314974* altar 4 pota... wte.ll.o4.roo Itpd Ion equipped kitchen' utility room, large family
12i40. '.'.,..... por.h.aatral "o. LB. Call 4944724. llpd 1941 p. BLOCK HOME room with fireplace, office, CHAA
Ia..egelb..tluly FOR BENT OIUM ....., alt arS .... 10/B limy 1012L ."2 batbe,with 12 ocrM BALEFriday: aad drape* A carpets, paved driveway and carport.tremendous .
A/B....... ......". R.,.,.... .. -------- ./ ..... Carpet. CH/A .,, 9 t* 8 p... 8e.. In of house.
B back
ea aiilMI ,Located balled Maallar 3BR V.t..I.... ....... ,|.L...(, ,.. ....... storage building
real KayiUao-Molraoo.CaAAaytlaia .11I... Call 471-4'01 ; : Pb..164401. 10/B/ say *. ..,...,. Lot ot Pretty plants paved sidewalks.' With".000 owner
10/12. .U.I.... ll.kg .......,., 9 .... I .... (thiE;[ 10/12 j407lSflef. ..l ....., dro..o.. BB. will finance at I Ile Pet Interact, for 10 or 30 yrs.10U .

....... ---- .. ., s...... koUad

FOB BENT lOatft .,d.,. FOUND &.,. at S.W.I" EFFICIENCY.. .........; Lool B.", ... Pboa* W. PRATT ST. 3BR good location.

..........A/C.foacod yard, A... at raBraad !. .Lake. ....... 31/2 ailloa North OB .. ItH 10/12
lake ",J",..,... Sill paraa. ......, laqolro at Uses US-MI. Uadorwood Motel LET A PROFESSIONAL WELDON ST. 4 LOTS "."0. Owner financed.
47S-2022. ..... 10/12. c:..., T.... ...... llpd tl/cb_. wash year &ra..... 120.....lor Aay bed .......
029 far .1. ....
Ion a. .uulawUea, win, Hold 301 STORE. APT. Small HOUSE a, OARAOB
FOR RENT FOR ENT: 0111. wn...Good Job des. Pkoo. Free ..u..,...
Llulo Lake apaoo (37.500. Next to New Method Cleaners,
S.... Pa C....... 1 ar 2 1 ; WAM o.\\ sealed dewatewa ".,....., 904-8184. ....*. .448738.Had .. Peace C., 471- FinancingAvailable

..,..*. 8180 a ..tk. 3743934 'Jl Just all L..,...o Blvd.' aad 1012BULLDOZER 10/12 4tpd 11/2 __ ..

GalaID1| altar 4 kay ......r. CaU 4734907weekday .- 301 LAWTEY Formerly part of a motel. Could'bsapt .

p... Stpd .Dnl... ..,. .,I ....-. p.. Ash WORK ."."" .* or offices Vi acre of good land A pretty
TRACTOR: Mr. W".rt_ 'r... ,,"'r.., .... for
JOKERS Iw ...11 dear k.ed.learlagad r. trees 114,000.
ClassifiedAds NEEDED Gaad pay, gwdIriagaot .".11.., Pkeaa '.11.., ... haw, Sired by Jl-
... S.........r. PALMS APARTMENfii M.rda..S4- ISO. tl/kg ., I Ill year* ekf. For OUT OF TOWN, Large frame home on 1 acre I

Get .....*) kaaie moat wotkoadi. E IDs I.sel.*. fBrnUkod.Woakl ..., Cal 964-7224. 1000. Owner financed.
CoaUct Now Track or _.,..,.2313 N.T.I. GENERAL CARPENTRY 1 4lchg 10/24

L...., Parry, ,... 9045142480. A".., Stark. WORK P.I.....'" dorkaaglag .. .. J13.7S01 NEWLY PAINTED FRAME) 424 Lake i
Result8MILLER'S : Allen T. .... .
10/5 Itckg 1019CORRECTIONAL TI'/ .panUa aluraUaaa St., Pecanrtes, grapevine other nice plants.
ropalra. J.W. Upckarck .', Ph... 782-3178
OF. KITCHENETTES) 1 BB ,,..... 9444084.109tfckg / '.,. altar 6 p.m. ar Owner financed ________
PAINT apt.. TV, AC pool. .tlltl. | .. weekend. ./.4
FICERl $1103.10rsqulr..t. ,.. ... OCALA BLOCK ill LAKE ST. Comfortable
. .chaidip. ...... .. Total hr ) .
ft BOOT SHOP : ., klgk Weekly Btaatkly rate. home,: which features .."houl.. Owner finance
f | .... .ll'"SoSlty U) be MOBILE HOME apotUig i
....... T..." Mal 8SO N. .... ; 'K iiTL GTN;;
1534 S: Temple Ave Deadline for Intertlont *ad avallabUty te aad bad .lo.riog.. 1) Euclid A 3
Too.pl, ..,.... Pkooo 9047387. MOBILE HOMES 14 Epperson
., 2.000.t, US
work ,...... iklflo. 10/B 10/12 >
Stark Tueiday noon precedlngl 4733775. / ttckg -
c,1.: ".. el ... Fla.CarractlaaalSlaadard 9/23 4tpd 10/19 ... BR 228., Z..... BR. 2 B. CHAA, appliances.MOBILE .
+FREE ESTIMATES .'Thursday. before publicMinimum -! ((1'C:81: | HOME REMODELING) '1'k' : .,clal I... I....... P.O. HOMES: 2)) Rd. 100 W. Doublewlde

it ALL WORK prolorrod. ALACHUA CO. la ... kMB.. weda ItrPloaiblag. ., 8......, ll/ckg. furnished with 1 Vi acre. ,
| charge .
GUARANTEED 1101'' PERSONNEL DEPT.. P.O. I'll( :$tJTiU1CAR : $ : elaetrlcal .L
J I Covers IS Drawer CC,Oorv4lo,1'''. ....11...rooo addlUaaa, .t HAVI Ar...'... DUPLEX) $15,300LAKE St. A Rd. 14. Owner
*24rrf WRECKER I Each word over 'IS I 32801. 3774168. AN AFFIRMATIVE Good work .t a roaaabbprlcoi '' hrtllwd. PheM 964- financed.
SERVICE Is 10 cents I ACTION PARTS H/P. aiaU ,..........P..... (44JW87. : : "/.".
064-8983 .'Not responsible 'feel| EQUAL OPPORtBBttvEMPLOYER. block, C..." ..10/5 4tcbg 10/28 ; 'HOUSE 7000'WAREHOUSE! Across Cadillac Uniforms
Phone errors when given overt lukg carkojrotar, ab.bul..202 OF E. Brown..

Mond y.Frlday (the phone or when copy Iit 10/12. Bad .194 beds, po........... IIRADFORO SEPTIC )May brood .f
8am.to8pm. not '"peeland broughtto .... 4 sad ) *.*..... Used STANDARD BULK PLANT 2 buildings
( ear speed TANK SERVICE:) BradfordroaldoBllal plus
,the "fico.a. I ........ ...* .".1...... Parts
......,.scatter raclaglick p..pwut.. S40. chain link /fence Thompson St.
.._____.0 .... .... aa.**arla fr all
*, ear .r. 44 Chevy Coo .orctol aad ... .
Wall 'FO i N.t. : at lor drag .....1.'. Pkoaa Folly ...c...... r....., 944812,1. .A.",....,..Galaaavlll*. 404 N.W. STORE a LIVING, QUARTERS, LAWTEY
Drilling ..
984-4013 altar 9 Itckg IfchgPA'lNTINGi 378-7110. $10,000 owner financed.
...................... FOR RENT 2 BR HOUSE 10/13 ;"'- tl/ckg. -I 1 IS
aofan.bed ........ Call SIGN Fart.
2" Thru 8" 4311044. Itpd 10/12. 1975 JEEP CJ..) 4WD Isw'.lsga ......., ..",ic..S.. Rudy .! PAINTING Fast ACRES NEW RIVERt House |lust 3 years old
.dcoadlllaa. Walls Fla M.rk. ... Friday, .,.orvlc' .800 Body at with CMA.
slab tap _____
Fast Rotary Complete "" P..... 9444033altar g 81., Soadiy, M..d..,. TF- .. Floa M.....'. Friday,
C, S..., 1'1...*,.TFacbg. LAKE GEN EVAi 2 acres A a beautiful. ", with
5 >. Itckg 10/12 _. __
Drilling Equipment Selection of "INSURANCEMA1NEH p.a ---- -- spectacular viewlWE I :

Dour work. large aad saaB 0
...........0.......550. Paper Party INStRANCEAGENCYi heavy duty Ecoaallae. 1700 job. Pkoaa 468-2428. 817T : ...1 Da It yaanoll .aad. NOW HAVE SOME LARGE TRACTS OP ,
.... .. .... INitallatloa avallabl AND A FEW LAKE LOTS. '
Goods at| ... will .r.r..r. .!.. lZ LAND
160 S, Lake A. f.- ..U.."*. HoadjrMioj
::. ......... The Office Lake. Dulls, 4tH1.397S.Co..pl.to Pboao 782-3412 altar 12 SEWING"MACHINES: Co., .....551. ISO '
.50..50. I laiaraac Service., a... Itcbg 10/12 REPAIRED All mk. ** | III. 301 HAMPTON AREA 3 51. 2 CH&A.lrama' I

4 UsedPlumblntj olUd,. sad neat storage building,on Vs acre.
New Shop. : SPOBTt craned adjuUd.ST. *" '
r.Y*:;.'sIsYurs b'i. GRAN TORINO .. .. COVERS 1" I
With ........*., 10.20.
tr.P.rt.rvtc' :. fl0 W: Calltst.t2.RO ...... *.. c.".,... hy 1972. 351 Cbvobiad. wltbHolly .. ,Htricblood. ,.ror.FH.,...' ) ) .......... ,Limited
. .
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.tfrr.,. ." "u ,."........" ph" ,, Ot LSHFft, 4 barrel AT PB,> W."nIt' yipDILBt HOME
. .Rurdad H.'I iflchdRtODLLUFB"d :,; plv. GATOR .. a
,w .t'twrln.iMl: J.l I ::tF", ,AA"JblfD >Ir'i'RA1l'I /rrrfl'fid: D t Iea.96 s.wMA ," "YuiER: !',;r ,: : .... ....,.......NiWiif.F. .11 l1ftH1JIf1.-+. .t
$... tiolBoavlllo. Pfeeao
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.... -- ---- 'ING. aad. ropalrr
.50s..55. 50a. 50 1- .
1978 LTD Iii Black, red em- in U/ckg.
:: Kihrrd' Inooraar kltcboao, botbn::flaailly ? *Bulldozer Work 100 AMI*
atrlpo rod laterler .. Brick, hloi&. ooicroto. 1,1 .- '
'foraior na <> .
..0 5.......a..... 0 BRASINGTONCadillac and llralrra* Airory Hank Bulldlo. AM IFM at...., PS PB. 1/2 Flroploca ipoclaUita.Crlllo iii FOR GALS Large or Smalls *13*
Phony M-2IIII.! Lake. Boilrr vinyl to,. 1.100 mlleo, wire C..*.......*.. ,h... REMOVAL far *"..
New Installation -OldamoUk" spokes wheel 83.650. 473-1108 ., 473-2378. Frllowiblp Hal ., the Land Fill 200 AMI*
P1... 964-8081 Grooa'. Ualtd Mlhdlit
Sale eV ServiceffineStltctionOfUitd PERSONAL A.'.. Salei., Babble. TF/cbg.' ol Statue. ..J.c.." .Pond.rvvlLBUR .
Remodeling RepairsDuriance : Zeltow.kl. 372 N. Lake St.. ALCOHOLICS: ANONT. ,., of Jckoa. and (
.......n '........... Cart Taken OnCadtlladTmdei ;. S........ lay 10/12 MOUE Ph... 904-4894 or ... Wrlttoa bid BOW
9844882. tl/e!h.I' rclvd, 1).111I. far ".-141
MADE .: _____
1976"PLYMOUTH VeiiaTtt. ...10. la .
2001 N.W.eI3371J.5301 DRAPERIES Faral) raaad ... Info, coatact church wiiMi.ee44a.2ijDIdnil
21.300 mil*, la good coadlllaa. REMODELING corpoatry .
o user ....rl.... Ineoilknotoo 200 N. Wrist PI... Or 711 MW I II
all .
5 0 505.50555050.5. .. GAINESVLtLEFURNITURE Phone Mr. Thorn. wed el type
at year kena .. Ph... 9644N84.1015
964-7385. Itpd 10/12 Now ... .., room oddftlea.
S4.W E.." '.*.*, Ed .. 10/19
PUMPS & SUPPLY 3choc: a- = Lorn S..,...... 496-2219. 1i14cifEVyiio S5y1. TF.Ph.*...Wall, 488-2628.8/17 Ralph Bryan I

COMPANY I_ 9/14 tlachg' '200. IUI CaeUmFerd.: BIU1JSA"wsii_,. C... Real Estate Il.riIiIllfl/ .*
864 N. Temple Ave USE 7824321. ploto ikarptalog -ear vice' 3 3Temple. Ave M Mhurls.
----- at HWY 100 by Ike Headyway. ) alter S ,... Irealar' heed. c.,..,..., : .; 2117 N.T.I. Av.. ..1..
Free Ertaaale We have a ....... dry llpd 10/12 ckabi. ewer blade hollowgroaad .t......Fla .
Stark, Fla. --- aid lold aorvlco 25 coal k. aad balaacod. Leave. "8788 H*I 77INI
....Id..A.... Altoadaat ".'". Ma. FORD PICK- 1971. "
964-7061 Man. FrL 100, apok ......1., rail bar .I JackMB BalMiag' Sapply Why bay rest receipt.
". 10071 20 Rellord.
Slarke acr*
8....*- 4:30.... KC light good coedkioo.Pboao ar ""* Hclgkta." --- .am. money pay far ,..., I
-..aPb. '--- NE DCASHTWa bay jaak ) 782- 690 ., 732-3786. tl/ckg._ K.K: KOHt I N.JK. Too owe home.Vve .
..04.7191 car.," ..,.... track. Jo* 9/28 2Uhc. 10/8 TOMMY'S LANDCLEAR. g.p.aI l K ut. Broker .1009)...... It.. prim have 2 sew ...... for
301 Nertk.
S..... Ray Pals 4902151 ING C..pl." ...IId.... Phone UB4 7N26 g1NBNorthT.aplr .. ale II Interested call-
FAULKNER .496-2829.. One lie. ...,... Pkoa. 984-5734. 9/14 AT? -- --
Five 50 N.
: :,W8Nl D'I : : ; ilorkj.Hori.Ujintt lOIJi I* tent.
U/cb. --
of Law.'. |13 lee.uo..I.) 3 8..,... horns laLawtey
E :REALTY LB CLARKE8 SAW SHOP HAN AH haaie 2SKrorM4 V.A. Haaaccd.Yea .
.J( Complete iharpenlog *>.. 1'1&PAID; lorad repair. kitorlor/oxlorlon. 1014 3BR
2305: N.Temple. vies, bead, circular, newer GOOD..bl.. kam- .a U .*.rt.I. n......... .._....*.110''.. .brick. Breekcr.I022i .

S"',....Florida .illian C. Pearson Crew blade: ., chats Bollder'. awe., Sapply leave at, ace ,lo all paid or mere.OLIN'S .aid ...tI.,for. Spocltlralataroii ....I.rltig.ae. 3 acre-lot-*all Grille wo have a 3 B. RoOB .

P..I H.F.......' REALTOR Lake Butler 7/13 tla. SALES 964-8604.MOBILE 0.HOME.. 7 ., Fr. ellaiala Brick 1 bath, 2 R. Loop. I ac. ,la coualry
RakerI .... ... 8 ...
y P. .51 altar ) -----
I 9648065FARMETTEApproK. BRANCH OFFICE day weekly tl/ckg. lav I........ ott..tli>.. gang- 1031 Five a...., 8R-230. '.hn".MH4 77IMteraleP.Odom.f.lll.'
US 301 NORTH 2 ba7b7Irl.. FR. ----- .
Mobile hoes .....
j 14 LAWTEV,FLORIDA TRAP.ele..out..w II. ) .. ..... 1051 and 1048) Lot. SB- HrK. i:'
..1..aid..-...WIB pfek. .,. x I st Broker
.. .
I ..... ..1. Joe Faraylb, :
of beautiful paiture 781.1110IIL..I 100 210 B.. ..t Rd.10S3i .
er AU ...... OLIN'S MOBILE HOME --- -- .:n.... ''tI .u701I.
431-1022. -
1 land and *.".rel picas ** tppreclalad. SALES.. 964-9600. Opoa 1 : 1 bath LI.FR... ----- I'rarl. "....

I tree. Nicely landieapad ; 8 er 4 ..a1 3/31. tl/cbg.- day week.. U/ckg. LOST DOG SSO reward for .. yard. S....... lit. 0.* area lot oil I \...,. .'.'-" 1ItI J.771KJmrl I
Lovely 3BR home, coo balk. Block.. h... .. 8aerea. loot aula ....... Tri-oolar, --- -- "00"-.'" 301 Nortk.l056:8lT7ree .
I teal H A A, ..,p.c. Barm CHAA, .ay.stra. bollbaat. : ..1 bath family r.... -- S.jrkncAiurlate
WANTED TO BUY Good. rag oar* May 7-:1: 3140
: and utility Pious 630,000 owner used Illity ...... Pkoae 431- .....r.L...anraad "" [ ..Ite.... on no acre G.lior ....
HOUSECLEANING 1K.r: ... -----
: ; ; ,....... 1481. llpd 10/12 Holgbt airport., ate
Cot.2 BR lou..a 11/4 -- C...... L.B. RogliUr 1017,0. arr.ad3BR
as,'.. Good location. 4 BB. 3 BeT .PrkfclCHAA COINS WANTED)" Silver' Jr.July Pkoaa 984-878O ar 473- : R. 1 bell. Iris 2R r...., oft M." .. Rd.
Completely furnished. ,BIRO, ./. sins 1944 Wck-ektd ........ 45-70, 3308. 1D/lllechr 1019I 4 ..... 301N. Bl -- --
Don't ml I.. this 0 at 847>00. SPECIALAny .... Phe.. 9644250 alter 4 ----- 1060:3 block. L.....,.
': 114.800.00. _____, ... 'nlc'" 20 acre' tract very -- Philip W. Clark
Poultry Farm Broaden, 8 PANELINrCENTER ......... Just aft SRI, ) Sean, 4 BR, block. ,
: Lakefroa't 'homeThroeBR. ; modern ....-. egg room Single Story .. r.... St.... Rd. REALTOR:
1 balk concrete CaB House 134.9' : ----- --- -- E KEYSTONE
Brlag ..n. far \-Op.P jmiuENTER $:
blo."..... H A A. Guest .e.. dotaaa.S Two Story House \ I j ;F. KOHr.RTfe.' I084t 29 salt meal Ml HEIGHTS, % I
house and chain'link ----- :st..sto'.1S ...Heal r.olaie: Broker. N.r'.. -
r..... Only 138.900.00. BR bangalaw BOW None Higher I Paneling Molding, I I Phone $11.7120 ----- OHIco ((904)4734700Eveahigi) ,
THE IPKM: Mlu- IT A N. 1063) 3 era ... 3BR
'- .. waekor 4k dryer, ,
oia' ;... Mobile Homes....tS .. Kitchen Cabinets ,.... 904r473403TEUooaG.Slaaloy
Home U town 8 818,000. Will ....... GLAMOROUS .U., ; More Rd. |
Vary neat, convenient emir aa tiada, Double Wide I29.9S world of Fa.hUol' Own a I Counter Tops I -----
location, fenced.Can't ----- highly profitable, .ladle I' loe.)3 Blr7kieck."r. ratt St.lOoTt I
4 1/2 acres ploatodpaotara. Thl. Is a pressure and ,...... or Joaa sad ...... | vanities | I ) 3 Br, 2 bath ----- Realtor AMaclaleEvoalag
l beat this bays; ea graded r..... chemical cleaning wear ..... '..'.r", 130MtloowUy t. 00 ... I** P''I.. 43 acre '.'r.... 473-3083 I
Three. BR. 1 Baths lot la 88450.with 111/2 pM da. guaranteed lo remove .....* ........, FREE \ large aaraor .... pasture Crawford Rd. *)
: town for 816,200.00.Owner --- mildew bugs, stains, 110...... Evorylhlag I I ESTIMATES I I (;RAMMA'8HOVSE
with -----
r financing.BROOKERTkroe. 4 Mroe A ap hug provided. far 817JOO. 0... I IR. 8 balk. 1069) ara and 4 BB FOR SALE' !
...... a. s.aol Lawt.". etc.CaU YOUR Hare I. a law weokelCOLLECT _. .some, Hamptoe. Bilk 1100 led
: BPS.1Bath ; i Collect: 964-O41 ,brick In Faroet pr.re
avaUakla$3501ro -----
: 74-7013.
water ((941
I concrete block, ally ate.1 pel -:; after p.m. lor .... .. Itpd 10/12 IYAUCNCOONNSON'' '..... Bulk' tar energy 1070)Clak R BR brick. C..ty IIS400.reedy tor reotarallen. I
.. It.
I fenced back 'yard., .* 1.600 pin eo, .
Workshop with, air coed.KEY8TONE.Doubhe ,. 34J9 AoTw.T340rUS 801SMIjaOO 140 Thompson St. H.0. nawl. -___' ----- BUY TWORENT0.4E
. Terau.Ccoafertobbj"oUar. + 1072i Let and mobile ... I
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Page 40 TELEGRAPH Oct.12.. le7s '
rn LL a H'''unting'"Datesseason II
. Game and Fish Commission

Wayne Harper Wins 3rd Football Contest -'""' Egg Sportsmen should make 110of/ the November 5- First phase of dove sunrise.OXnt one baU hour before
AURRltIW( INI following dates. aa Jaed by II4IIUIOII endl.November, November Second phase of
Road. Ea.l.lde win over BUS the Miami hunt Common galllnule
Butler M-
Wayne Harper all%' and Keytone' tttt (; Freeh" Water Huh dove season clone
Slarke hit oa 11 el 11 winner and won upset over Auburn : -- ('ominmntoivSeptember: and rail sea on clo es. December 18-First phase or duck
"for the first. Urn In my life" our win over Crescent City. Harper 2SCt of common November II-Start of statewide and coot season ends.
third TELEGRAPH football eontest.lIarper" mimed Just one of those Miami.gameshe John RI (Florida I galllnule and rail Mason-: deer wild hog. quail squirrel snipe December I*-Third phase dove
of 42 picked Auburn to top Fall turkey season starts
tiebreaker pick season Woodcock season
mimed when they No open season on purple..alllnule. season opens;
point was right on the button a* and Philip both September t- Statewide archery ((local exceptions turkey gobblers
Georgia scored that. total In their 42-3 picked Bradford over Kaetside.Tight = season opens. only In Leon Gad den and Jefferson "D ember 21- Second: phase of
rout of Ole Mb,and Rave him the f 50 October 1: Statewide archery Bounties no fall open season In otherVortweat duck and coot season opens one hal'hoW'
tint prise over runnerup Doug Johm. -ends. Region counties.) Bear before sunrise.
Mathews of BUS reason
lit 1-Box tOil,Slarke.and Ed Phillip, end Norman pall Into 'W' le October 7First phase of dove may be taken in Baker and Columbia January 7Deer turkey--and wild
lit I-Boa 271.Starke who both picked U looking a but Jeffrey Eaitilde safely Ken I- season opens: First day of deer hound counties and on designated wildlife hog season closes In Northeast.
but mia..dthe his hand management areas. Second phase of
1101 12 games correctly before the ball did training.
The tiebreaker three slightly.trouble spots for James and broke got up there this second quarter pass Wayne Harper October Z&- Deer hound training dove aeuson her ipens.Noveo 22-. Duck and coot More Dates, p. 5B.....

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THE fiRST| 2 GUESSING| THE CLOSEST Each weekend football names.will Tlegameawillbetountedasmisses i\cwer I'.IJ.' .', Discount. .

TO THE SCORE OF STARKE (BHS) AND ITS OPPONENT. page be selected Indicate one which In each team ad you on think this unless before marked,Friday aa night tie.will Games be thrown played __ than If your 7 years home old.*lean .

Fill in the blank with your guess and bring to our store win win and write the name of the out.Any games listed incorrectly due you may save with
before 6pm. Friday proceeding game or get registration team opposite the advertiser's name to error or incorrect due to Incorrect State Farm.Find
will be thrown out. Williams
blanks at our store In the entry blank...NO SCORES just information A' two time winner will be 1ill:E'P'rlE ,out how muili. ,
In C" of II'*. lint 2 with correct soon or n..,. t correct'acorn will win the The winner.prizes will be awarded each eliminated from participating In the "v. I'1".11\ Call me today. .

My Guess Is KEYSTONE. LAKE BUTLER week ected on correctly.the basis In of case moat of games tie,becthe eels) remainder decision of contest.The of the. employees/ t 1111111'.Ig1:1F.llkt f.ktiE Ill l F, HtHtf UkewgrNrdn.tsntrnr turm, in th,''''. Agent

NAME? ____",,_,____,_,___,_"__'_'_-'?''?'___ largest number number which you of points think will scored by eligible All advertisers to win. Only and Bradford County

ADDRESS_?..__..__...?.?..___....? pHONE ------ anyone team that Is listed in contest, Telegraph employees are not eligible ,
number In the to enter contest
and write the space -
Op.n W0.H u*.gtmi below Mm ff>.m. e/ot oat to scan at Srtrt B.m. wins provided in the entry blank... this will Clip out entry and mall or bring to Starke Florida 984.5391tie
N. Walnut Street
P.O. 119
Bradford County Telegraph
be used as a tie breaker.In the event a
STARKE BUILDERS I SUPPLY still exists,the total cash pot will Drawer A, Starke Fla. All entries t
,.,?._ ded equally among the must be Only our hands by 5pm.Friday. GEORGIA vs LSU ::1":
219 E. Washington St.KEYSTONE VS LAKE BUTLER winners. one entry PLEASE. "



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