Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/04178
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 19, 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
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:04178
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A dlsconsolant Mr*.Joyce Campbell'Lakeland poses 'on SR-IOO os the downgrade Just east of Long Bridge. Agonizing for nearly an hour request to'mOve the bid opening tc bigger than the Baker one and the
I with what It left of her shattered camper after the wreck None of the five persons Involved la th.r wreck were Injured Monday night,.the Bradford School Nov.28. Instead of Nov 20. a Tuesda number of bidders In Baker Indicate
; the rescue pulled away empty from this one. Board finally okayed submitting night instead of a Monday. good competition for.. the Bradford
,completed construction plans for project the architect said.
t asl -" .,,. Phase 4 of the Bradford.Union Voca Salley said he recently had nine Salley pointed out the school board
,. \' .', J \'tl .." \ tlonal-Technical Center for bids to be bidders on a $900,000 job in Mae can save $138.000. in deductive
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+ ,. '\"\ opened 28 at 7 p.m. clenny. Changing
M ."" e.. ''1' !t( '\ro1:' ,,,';tu' Board member Pat Spengler's from Monday to Tuesday will help; quality of the new budding That Is t
dV 1,. t i' II\;{ \ motion to ask bids on the$1.58 million more people to bid the project is ''' .. project to be built with state funds
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board member James R. (Jim)
Lawson, "Gentlemen, let's do something Just 19 Days Left
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wN Mrs. Spengler'' said as
Y a., rI discussion with architect Craig Salley
+ dragged on with no decision.One .
thing the board seemed to be
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able to decide on Is to limit the projectto foreNovernber
the iS83ooo to come from the .
state.The board could choose to spend I
some of the $519,000 In other capital "I
outlay funds available on the vo-tech General Electionhave ,
n, addition on which project costs are
IA estimated at $400.000 over the amount
.the state will\ put Into the project. Just 19 days remain In the short admitted they. might be an underdog
yell Total project cost,If all alternates break between the second primary to Eckerd.
I were accepted with the project bid, and the November 7 general election Recent polls Indicate the election
the cost could exceed $2 million. so candidates are scrambling for the would be a close one If held today.
Project costs leaving out five alter. undecided vote as pollsters make up Registered voters of Bradford will\
nates. Including paving, a media their minds on which names to pick in also help decide elections for
center a student lounge and covered the statewide election. .Secretary of State, Treasurer and
walks"would reduce the projected Headlining the general election Insurance Commissioner. Commissioner
project cost to $1.554,000, slightly ballot Is the contest for Florida's of Education the 2nd
below the $1,583,000 approved by. the governorship between Democratic District U.S. House seat the District
House seat and handful of
state. 25 State a
runoff winner Bob Graham and
Debris strewn across the north shoulder of a wet 8R10. -. pulling a camper. The collision tore the front end off the "I thought other funds were Republican nominee Jack Eckerd. Constitutional Revisions
at left, late Friday afternoon after the car. In right car al right, driven by a 19-year-old Dayton Beach available," architect Salley said, Democrat George Firestone
i'; background..kiddedaldeway and sldeswlped Ford car youth. Part of the front grill of the car lies In foreground.I questioning. Board member Arthur Graham started his campaign as a Miami and Republican Ander
t Gaskins said he opposes using any virtual unknown and beat out seven Crenshaw.Jacksonville are vying for
other funds on the vo-tech project. gubernatorial teams for the the Secretary of State job. The
U I Vacation Ends At that point. Business Manager Democratic nod. The Mlamlan's Treasurer and Insurance post will go
: Abrup'tly.forLakeland CoupleA Eddie Douglas told Salley the board October 5 second primary win over to either Incumbent Bill Gunter D-
1I' has problem paying the second Robert Shevln marked the first time Tallahassee Republican Jeffrey
i A mountain-camping vacation for an out of town the Campbells nor Bubb and the two teenage girls installment of $35,911 owed Salley for in Florida history a candidate for Latham. Dave. Ralph Turlington. D-
e uplecllmetoan abrupt end Friday,October 13, when traveling I with him were seriously hurt in the accident.! drawing plans for the vo-tech addi governor has won after a 100,000 vote Tallahassee, and Herman Williams

4...w'; their car and camp g a.,. deewiped I uR-IoQpC ... .AeMdente 'of th --.tr :helped Oil elderly" cote DlM: ..'. non vSttfr&rd ha*.left Just $$.000 of first primary loss R-GnlnesvllIe-,.., ftwelaeakw! the. choices In the _""III "" I
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"MUSIS aoo'Joyce cSSpbSforta'tcfana:: were oT'! for the but the solace be little when :b' "St Uey agrsed to wait until the board election much more easily. The St.: Fuqua.D-Altha.trying to win
., their way"to the mountains fora vacation that will stay compared with night the peaceful night may of camping tileCampbeU'1 ; receives more project money for the Pete Business kingpin took the his ninth term In Congress!: against
' have to wait because their car and camper-trallert' had balance of his $35,911 bill\ that will Republican nomination over one other Pete Brathwaite R-Galnesville. a
were totaled in the wreck. A car driven by 19-year-old planned. probably be sometime after bids are candidateLou Frey Winter Park. campaign newcomer who has servedas
.Daytona Beach resident Russell E. Bubb, Jr. skidded "'I turned my patrol car around three times going to opened Based on state history an Eckerd legislative assistant to several U.S.
sideways on the wet pavement of SR-ioo just inside the a wreck on this road." FHP Trooper Don Roberts told The board has been billed now for win would be highly unusualonly congressman and who has visited
i Bradford border as it traveled east and collided with the two girls traveling In the Bubb car. "Now when its some $77,000 In architectural fees or two Republican governors have been Bradford frequently of late.
_ the Campbell's Ford LTD and traUer rig. Neither of raining I hold It down to 40 even going to i wreck." some percent of the total for the elected in this state since 1872 and Fuqua was elected in 1962 and Is
project. The major portion of the Democrats outnumber Republicans' vice-chairman and a ranking member
architectural fees are due with 2's-1- but even Graham spokesman Sec Page 71)
u Almanac Predicts Cold Winter completion of project construction

low of 39 recorded the The Almanac forecasters claim plans The board also agreed to Salley'i
reported on 80 On Ballot I Ih.
doing?The business Old Farmer's since 1792 Almanac, appears same data In 1m.Monday's percent accuracy In their long-range Vote On Drainage Is
In while
temperature predictions, qualifying Ihlrclaim
headed for another good batting .. h.i U'inn placed I on the bullot to
Tallahassee and Crewtview fell to 36 by telling readers, "Mother (
with its prediction of a colderthan V Along with casino ..
average th"
iiimttil-Minn Idea of how
before sunrise Monday while Nature controls and the I Jin
normal winter ahead. just us, not otheryvay Inside. 'gambling and right Constitutional !i..,"
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Jacksonville reported a low of 39the around. I .. .
revision IIrlldl'ord'olerl
::A cold front moving through Florida coldest recorded there for this date will asked proposals.in. for ,::1'. iM .?.. >l...._.... j
last weekend Social. Pjg HA-4A or against, a During the wet period this spring
sent mercury tumblingto since 42 degrees reading in 1961. The 187th consecutive edition of $Ui.'""' per star county drainage .
35 degrees Monday morning at The new edition of the Almanac its the lalamanac is on the newstands Editorials.. PalleUA "" \lII'lim. and summer the county commission
WPXE weather station, followed by a 187th, says the winter will arrive with this month, retaining much the same News.. .. Pag sSA-7A received numerous requests for
low of 40 early Tuesday. Monday's frequent cold waves starting the last style of the original editions printed In The >l'1I0'ulortd! straw' ballot will drainage from residents plagued by
trading was four degrees below the week of November continuing the 1870's. It includes many "old Sports Pages IB-IB !lx- m.iiliihlc longI Ith the other loo much water. Commissioners
through February, with hard frosts time" features such as how to plant by Want Ads . Page B ImllniM in I 1h' :'\0\'. 7 Jll'nl'ralelection. replied. the county's ability lo carry
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:: rj I"s., .. week of February. anecdotes. mil' l binding"n I the county commission uithmit fiiiuU with which lo operate.

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Rep. Williams Draws Praise From Fellow House MembersMore I

I : than 250 supporters and half a ,incoming Speaker Hyatt Brown of serves on the Important Finance and received from parlmutal .racetrack gambling and control other undesirable
dozen fellow House members Daytona Beach and the new chairmanof Taxation Committee> will be In a betting. elements that would followIn
in Park the potent Committee > position influence during the next its wake
gathered Orange Wednesday, Appropriations
Brown said that Economic
Oct. 11. to pay tribute to Incumbent Rep. Herbert Morgan of Leon two years, and can use this influenceto The new Speaker warned that
Research Association estimates of
unless casino Is
II! : Added their aid his constituency gambling resoun-
District 25 Representative Frank County, to others
Williams, now fighting to hold his .in praising Williams for his "in The Daytona Democrat said that $120 million In receipts from casino dingly defeated at bacon on
gambling wore Inaccurate and that It ;November; 7. it will be the
Williams Is one of 17 Florida
SATUADAVOCT.21' House seat In the face of strong tegrity, "honesty, and "stone walljetermlnatlon"
is that all of the additional
likely ballot again in 19110. "Vote
Housemembers, with Republicanoppositlonwho no on
Republican opposition In the in the face of adversity -
have been targeted for money received from this source will Hoposition 0 November: 7 and
November 7 General Election.
Pop Warner Dance financial assistance from State be needed for additional law enforcement defeat casino gambling once and for'
7Mp.m. Powerful House figures, including Brown said that 'Williams' ? who Democratic Committee Funds. necessary to patrol casino all." ho urged.
Civil Defense Bldg.
Ith graders ft vmUr "Some legislators get too big for
I Parents their districts when they come toTallahaseee. I
and Policeman After AttackStarke
f but not Frank" Brown Okay
j said. "Once he makes up his mind he
i } 1' 1 J 1 Is a stone wall and can t be changed. Policeman Willie Searcywas Ucanno stopped to breakup the

: Hampton PTA t 1'Y' w 7r s 4w; But he has the ability to get along with released from Alachun General heated discussion.
r r.' ,HALLOWEEN CARNIVAL. his fellow legislators in spit ol. Hospital Wednesday. October 18. The officers advised the two men
Hampton Elementary philosophical differences, and they after almost a week of hospital treat they were' under arrest and tried to
L.' "' 7iMp.m.CHARITY 1 respect him." ment for Injuries he suffered In a local handcuff the angry pair. As Searcywas

? Others tossing verbal bouquetsWilliams' altercation Wednesday, October 11. attempting to put handcuffs on I
i. Grlffls. broke from
Tucker away
way Included: E. Tucker of Starke Llcnnno and kicked violentlyIn
tow ; Joseph 20. was : Searcy
James Harold
: a Rep. charged with battery on a police officer the chest. The assailants were
.: DANCE k1iR4r ii Quincy: "You can get the truth the and Leonard Grlffls, 20. of apprehended and are in the Bradford
+ whole truth,and nothing but the truth I
Shrine Club. with rushed
= Stark. Frank Williams.: Starke was charged resisting County Jail but Searcy was to
f p.m.to 1 a.m.. from arrest with violence and both were Alachua General where he was
Ralph Haben, new chairmanof
at Rep the Rules Committee Palmetto: charged with disorderly conduct after treated for chest Injuries. Hospital
Starke iwomsn's Club incident which occured about ft termed the
the : Injuries major Injury a
"Frank Is of the most
one effective" pm. Wednesday. The police report "chest contusion" and said Searcy's
members In Tallahassee.
# House Tucker and Griffis were arguing a esophagus was shifted. .. I
Steve Duval County:
jiLi'-1v He's Rep.a real conservative.Pajcic I thought. yard at Thompson Street when An arraignment date has not been ','t-'I

TUESDAYOCT,24 his voting machine was broken" it Searcy and fellow patrolman Samuel set for Criffls and Tucker. 'If,''i

flashed no so many times.
::;. PUBLIC HEARINGOn Rep Herbert Morgan chairman
:: Lawtsy's House Approplratlons Committee, Barge, Canal Still Alive .:'i i I IThe
E Tallahassee; "Frank squeezes the .
== Sewer Plan Ig, Ifo dollar and watches the state budget North Florida Barge Canal, The project has been widely ,
::= 71SO p.m.JACKSON'S like a hawk.'!. designed to cut a 107 mile waterway criticized as economically and en- ,
=; Brown used his appearance at the across Florida using the route of the. Ytornmentally unsound ,
:: __.. 4 a testimonial luncheon as an opportunity Oklawaha River, Is still alive The project: was first authorized by. q{,\
to launch a bitter attack on\ Congress in 1942 but work was lICIt. W\ ,
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s BUILDING the proposed f casino gambling In Its closing hours the U.S. begun until 1964. to cut a canal from 'i i
amendment which he described as Conreu'dld not kill the partially the St. Johns River at Palatka across } ,
SUPPLY Ot,Starke "nothing but '.' cruel hoax" oq completed and controversial canal the state to deep water In the Gulf of
Florida education system. Legislation thai .w ul4 have Mexico near Yankeetown With the I
Hwr SOt .. 004-e07fl' Speaker the House Hyatt Brown turns to MeeucrataUtejFtep.Freak Williams' After,looking at'all the fact' and revoked authorization for the project project about ene-thirdjcomplete: at a" '. ,

';' Keystone H.$lgM. st tesUmenist luncheon for the District legislator in Orasige Park last.... figures!! surrounding the issue,.Hyatt was passed In the Senate In the final cost of 170 million, then-President '.
Hwy. tOO And473413-ahA' 1 Second from right is Ralph Ingle, chairman. of the Clay Co Bty Demecrttr, said that Instead of helping education weekend session but did not make It. Richard M.Nixon halted constructionin
.j"a ,., Executive Committee.. funding by.decreasing revenues now through the. "House. 1971.P. .- ,. : ,.
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I Byron Bagwell First Runner-Up S t < fjw !
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I Byron Bagwell of 810 S. Cherry St.,

i, Starke, was \Uw first runner up in the "
master boy's, division of the Wlooty $ jitor ,964-7609
Hemisphere pageant held at the Oak' l1.J. ocisity ,

Mall In Gainesville, on Wednesday, ......'
evening. OcC 4., '
Byron who I* the a year old son of i Given Chosen Woman
Childhood Program Pearson
Development Lillian
Mr. and Mrs.'Donald B. Bagwell was I
l By Larry' ,ofStarkftif ; '
sponsored bYllowen: Starve

i.,/,.1 ?fc'$, At '.,"".".*. Woman's Club of the Year by BPW Club

Gamma Has Mr.*. Philip a entertain the District President's b named
Alpha Development Lillian C. Pearson will *
of Council with a covered dish luncheonon
the Early
talk on
Woman of the Year by the BiMinewi
Week Children at the Starke Woman' Club Jan. S.
Founder's Professional Women at their
luncheon meeting Wednesday of last There will also be a tour gardens and
Oct. 19)
In the spring.Mr. meeting tonight (Thursday
Oct. 9 week. will be held at the Starke
Program Mrs. Vellenga stressed what child McFadden from Santa Fe which
Junior College spoke on promoting Chamber of Commerce.
before entering
A program on Founder' Week Oct. given to show the ability outstanding talent In the Musical. Arts Guest speaker will be BIll Wilson
and tests are
&14, was presented to the AlphaGamma of children. She also gave statistics on in the city of Starke with the first Mrs. Pearson was born and rearedIn
of Delta Cottonwood Ala., and graduated
chapter Alpha birth rate Ia I affecting the program being held 13.
the low
at the meeting Monday Oct.9, how panned from Cottonwood High School. She
Kappa Starling ReunionTo also the problem created Two more concerts: are for<<
schools Dec. 81. 1049 and
held at the Episcopal Parish Hall. November. moved to Stark
due to working mother lived there until March, 1959. During
President Sandra Duncan Introduced BeHeld Oct., 22 spend 6000 hours in school: and 30.000 Preceeding the meeting and this time she was active in various
the program committee: hours In front of the television. Mrs. Including Cub Scout as s

JoAnn Brlerton and Sylvia Tatum The second annual Starling reunion Vellenga gave guidelines for children program Mrs. L. H., Gibson luncheon and was her committee served by: organizations den mother PTA Hospital Auxiliary
who presented an audience participation will be held Sunday, Oct. 22. at the from first grade through the sixth. M..llerbert Herres, Mrs Willie Mae and the local board of March of
program based on the home of 11. C. and Oracle Starling Mrs.W.B. Mundy presided over the Denton. Mrs. A. Y. Covtngton, Mrs. Dimes. She became a member of
absence of the
theme of Founder' Week Harley In Lawtey.All meeting In the JohnGreene, Mrs. Mary Yearta Mrs BPW In 1955 while working as
Prior to the regular business relatives of Andrew and Easter president. She announced the plans Edward Hall and Mr. L. M. Galnes. bookkeeper at Koch' Drug Store.
dellcloua refreshments were attend and for the Parade of Homes which will be in 1939,
meeting Starling are Invited to The club house was decorated with After moving to Lawtey
hostesses, Willie Mae held Dec.17 from 2 p.m. to 0 p.m. with
served by the bring a covered dish. fall flower and Halloween motif for Mrs. Pearson was active in the
Eunice executive Board In
and of the
Denton Lucille Johns For more Information or directions members the meeting. Lawtey Junior High PTA serving as
Women's Club will
Searing! call 782-3174 charge. The Starke vice-president in 1961 and president In 1 '

1962. '
...L fl1HJ Beth Davis Honored at Bridal Shower She helped organize the Bradford- r :)0
Union County Council: of PTA's In 1962
Mis Beth Davis Nov. 25 bride- held nut*. and served as the first secretary that ,
TO THEVOTERS elect, was honored at a bridal shower Mr*. Oscar Davis received the year. The following year served as J."' 6
Mon y.Oct. 16,given by Mrs. Lester guests at the door and presented themto president of the County Council of
Johns and Mrs. Oscar Davis at the the honoree. PTA'.
OF home of the latter on N. Cherry Street. Games were played and prize won executive serving as chamber president. The
The party room was decorated In by Mr*. James Davl Mrs. Pearson was second woman president of this
of the StarkeBradfordCounty
and accented with Refreshment were served by Mr. secretary ,
BRADFORDCOUNTY lime green yellow : Chamber of Commerce from organization in Starke was Loyree
wedding bell and burning taper The Curtis Davis. Mrs. Wesley Davis Lanier who served president in 1969
mantle was lined with lime green and Mr. Lester Johns Mr Irving Melrs June 1969 through May 1973 when she (she was also a BPW member).
yellow tapers in silver candle sticks and Mr.*. Wayne Davis.. became a real estate salesman M.... Pearson is a member of the
A. J. Thomas, Sr.
associated with
encircled with goldenrods and black. Corsage were presented to thabrldlecC Lawtey Grace United Methodist
eyed susans. Wedding bells, golden- : and mothers. Mrs. James Mrs.Pearson became a Real Estate Church. Her husband Is O E. "Gene"
rods and black-eyed susans were also Davis and Mr*. Leonard Moore. broker In July of 1974 and went In Pl'arsonho is retired romE
She electedto
business for herself. was
placed throughout the party room. I. DuPotit Lawtey. They have two
chamber board of Governor in
"Thank You"Thank The gifts were received in a double the children Mrs. Tom Tatum Jr., and
Members 197J served as vice-president in 1976
washstand accented with two huge president-elect 1977, and currently Don Lee and four grandchildren.
bells with and yellow
wedding green
Honored Patio
satin streamers. The bar was cen- I
Dixon Sisters Celebrate Joint Birthdays Sept. 29 I
tered with an arrangement of roses in
You Very Much For Allowing Me a silver teapot.Punch and coffee were Party by JuniorsThe road.A .
Little Tara Dixon who was three
served from the bar. home of Mr. and Mrs George Walt Disney theme was carriedout
old 23 and sister Linda
E.L. "Nook" Norman To Serve You The covered with years Sept.
The cake table was Roberts,Jr. on Bessent road was the Dixon who was one year old Sept. 29, in the party decorations. The sheet
white lace over a lime green velvet sitting for a Patio Party Saturday given a joint birthday party cake was iced In white pink and
Fine People Of Bradford County As Your cloth accented on each corner and bells in eight given by the Junior Woman'slub Friday.Sept.29, by their parents, Mr. yellow with a ballarlna doll at end of
with small
the center wedding members into set at the
/ to welcome new and Mrs Willie Lee Dixon on West the cake and a tiny tea party
and green and yellow streamer the club. other end of the cake.
County Commissioner The table was centered with a three Arrangements of dried flower and
tiered cake decorated in green and potted plant highlighted the party Mrs. Tomlinson The nine youngsters enjoyed
yellow accented with tiny flower refreshments and were given favorsof
and patio.
I Will Always Be Grateful baskets holding llly-of-the-valley and Club members and husbands en- Honored at Mickey Mouse balloons and puzzles
topped with a bride in the col or*of joyed refreshments and socializing during the party hours
lime green and yellow. Flanking the during the hours 7 and 9 p.m. Shower and LuncheonMrs. Assisting was the girl's aunt. Miss
For Your Support cake were lime green tapers In silver Brenda Masters
candle holder decorated with black- Lori Ann Stinson Ronnie Tomlinson was
eyed susans. Iridescent: candy dishes complimented at a stork shower and
Martin MengTo luncheon Friday noon. Oct. 13. at the
THANKS AGAIN DUPLICATE BRIDGE home of Mrs. Sam Pugh at Conerly
CLUB RESULTS Wed SaturdayLori Estates given by the staff in the SHRINE DANCE
Bradford County Agriculture SATt'RDASIGUT
Winners at the Tuesday night Ann Stinson and Martin Lee Building
E.L "Nook" NORMAN Duplicate Bridge Club played at the Meng will be united In marriage The 10 attending sat at two dining .Starke Shri .Club 'III\ ,hold Its
Starke Recreation Center were Mrs. Saturday Oct. 21, at 4 pm. In the tables; one was centered with a stork ."annual Char ytpA .'%atWdayniggt.'lhe'Srke .
John W. Griffin and Mn. W.rll. Hampton Baptist Church with a and the other .with a.fan floral: M *"' f
Pd. Pol Adv Paid For By .,Li"Nook" NO""I"II T'p ontBorK(wcond.Jef/Wenhal, IBM reception following at the Lake."T PauLJLMeng J\lrnh\c\ W.en(:-'l'"' ':" tt'dlne'hICIdbW
Tbva Mathewsonf third Area home on Hampton The honoree was presented with a Dress will be semi-formal
I Johnson and Lora Francis.Basset' ,' No Invitations are being sent but all baby love seal as a momento of the Donation will be $1000 per couple.
friends and relatives are Invited to occasion.
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Af Grace Baptlstj'j':g\\.t. t+ .l Needlepoint,
;; M; An:' ?apprectativl -,1. I world\ renowned pianist I' 'w, from" UDovetsky was( the first recipient of ,:,,'< ; 'r' I : .
Grace Baptist Church WMU held an audience was Uruguay, who presented' *' composition *- ", (the Van, Cliburn scholarship; at the .y '
brought to its reet'L Friday night bythe Julliard School Music, well ; :" ,
Installation of officers en Tuesday from Beethoven, Chopln i ; of as as :' Classes v
of Leonldas LlpoveUky, ;
.. artistry! f receiving the Pan-American Union .
night Oct. 10. with Mrs. Joule JUnbrell. >+ Mozart and Schumann in the;
association WMU director Bradford High School auditorium Fellowship In music.

conducting Morgan Road the services.!and First Baptist XI Iota Delta' 0 nocturnal Claying selections music ranging,,from third ins series kof a s presented, Are Starting ftfoW;;: 1

Churches were guests for 'the oe* 'l'/ ''Met belabors compositions once prevenledW.the. Starke this .fall by the Santa Fe ;"
oasis: courts of kings, Llpovt ,-nmv arcInstructor Community College's Fall Festival of ',:Call 964.6300'1SI7 '' '%;: '
New officers Installed were: WMU.. 'Herltaga for the Future" the at the University orFloridaram Performing Arts. '.
; was Next in the series will be .
director, Mrs. Charles Bryant; program for the XI Iota Delta the gamut 'Of +musiaalartistry an appearance ', "\,.-'
secretaryMlw Debbie Gray well 1&& by George Britton,singer offolk
Exemplar phirneetlna with feeling as ::1
enlistment and enlarpmft'lt, 'M.... held :Tt early, Oct Sit the profound authority. Adding'to, the songs and ballads, who accompanies *
,, himself and lute
'' Willie Green Mission'ActionMrs.Bentoa audienceranging, on guitar
; ; home of,Linda Bowen. enjoyment of his
Futch Mission Support.'Mra.I wasLipovetsky's He will appear in the BUS auditorium.
; Following \the business meeting from teenagers to retirees
Tuesday Nov. 7, at 8 Britton
-'Glen Prevatt Mission narrative p.m.
; Study-Mrs. refreshments lucid
were served. ejWle
sings In 12 and also
t" languages
'Don Scheetx. and' #
The next meeting will be held at the descriptions of the history frmonstrates the classical
Refrea) eMsweres.ryedaftertheInstallstlon home of Marie Oct. development of each selection. He set guitar.
Wynn, on 17. I
Santa Fe series will close with
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by ., the mood of each
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Mrs. Russell) McRae" Cookout Held and music the was kind originally of audience Intended for whom the (group Nov; 'Z1 appearing, here on Monday,

Celebrates 71s't Saturday By .

CC MembersStark..Bradtord '
Birthday SundayMrs. "' bi'rwta ,

.Russell McRae celebrated: her County Chamberof ,. ,. '
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list birthday Sunday Oct. 15, at a Commerce gave a cookout Saturday \
,family birthday dinner given by her, night at the Starke Golf and BALDWIN
: uter.. Mrs. Jimmy Clark on Country Club for members and ,
I Griffis i Loop. prospective members, with approximately : :
Many friends and relatives calledbetween 63 attending.The ,
the hours 12 and 2 p.m to cookout was held on the club i t.,1' '
wish her continued happiness. patio where hamburgers and assorted
Out-of-town guests were Mr. and condiments were served.
Mrs. Earl Crawford of Jackson-
vtlleJimmy Clark of Gainesville and
Andrae Prevatt of Sanderson. Jr. Women'sClub CHEVROLET.: .OlDS

Wayne Prevatt Ha ,"Things

Celebrat.s7thBlrThdayOct,14 By Hand" ProgramBetty

Young, owner of Things By
Hand, presented an interesting and Brings You A'Little
Informative program on decoratingfor ", ....
Wayne Prevatt was given a surprise fall and Christmas with ribbon at ".,, ,
party Saturday Oct. 14, on his the Junior Woman's Club meeting ",r ,...ro." ..",_, .. ,\ .."..,....."' ..-..,.."' .",\',.-. .. ,, '. ,
seventh birthday given by his parents Monday night Oct. 9. !i i410'\ "" ,. ''r."I.f")
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne L. Prevatt at. During the business meeting plans r Jr..JU: It!: 'I'I/ l ,
their home In Lawtey. were made for a November bridge .1.' >4p ''\W, 1Ir "'j:) ; 1'
The Halloween theme was carried luncheon and a Thanksgivingbasket. t .. '
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out in-the party decorations,with a PJFIfi. .u J'I, r.
coffin with a deadman In It. ghosts Refreshments were served in the ,,' r"wtr, .,'

jack-o-lanterns, goblins and pumpkin Sunroom by hostesses Mrs. J.C. t:!, n r :4:j.1. 'l' ', ..". ...' ,..,.
broken by the .,
pinata, which was Dukes and Mrs. Butch Trotter. ktrsMrhivvii ( It! I' ; j
Prizes were I given to / 1' ,r;, ,' 'o. ,',. ,
Kevin youngsters.and Dale Norman. ,! err'. jai,I' A, ;1M : .I.. ,.... ". .. '
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Mrs. Joey Sapp. Birthdays{ !- ",,vo,.;) \\I.. 1 > '
Trick or treat bags filled with candy i k\\ ,oI."rA', ', .,';;');, "I l lrl4I ,
'was given to the children along with Mr.and Mrs George Tetstone were : '. ''f.1 idr .' -
witch's brew served from a big black surprised with a combined birtghday, ', 'J ;'
party Sunday honoring ,their birth >/( i fin! u.frit .
pot.Thirtyfive guests 'enjoyed the days. Mr.Tetstone was 83 years old '. !fe.1 toI\ IHilll; '
occasion. and Mrs, Tetstone will be 76 on Oct. ,ft :' > ;if Ii.t .'pll'l\ "
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'Peggy and Miss Becky Cooper, Ms. The Telst ones have 12 children, nine ., 'I "
I CaT Coleman and Hubert Coleman. boys and three girls. All were present 0 0 '\,.
except Ralford of Starke; Hubert
(Dick), Shurley, Ruey, Truby, C.J.
I" Apryl) Coleman'Celebrate.5th Otis and Lonnie, all of Brooker, EarlBuck \ '
( ) of Gainesville Melba Dam- .J; ,.. X"ILL NEW 1978 CHEVY LUVS
pier of Gainesville, Willa Mae McRaeof ,
Alactnia, and Ruby Allen of 't ,

Birthday Thursday Brooker. They have 37 grandchildrenand {':! _,,
17 great grandchildren. ;; .
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..Apryl Joy Coleman'was honored on 11"Appfdlttrtlaloly'60' ..friends arid "" J "' '''L[ > i ). '" '

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Harriet Rlh'erd, Homemakttirs 'Have Casino Gambling, 8 Revision Amendments' n Nov. :-Ballot. 1

ftoridtans. In addition t i IedIoJt''on the Nov. 7 enforcement tat the
general election the support of public schools and local law several eountie
Thomas Haynos Craft ProgramCrafts baU C.WiD alllCJ bevotfiwoattStrovera'ilal casino gsmMlng andefezht. proposal Voter will be voting on 1.000 slat constitutional proposals refined to Wand
submitted by the IT- raberCoMoniAmendment .tton Revision ComiaiuIoa.GIt'aalllarllea than distilled toIlerearelbs eight;
To Wed Dec. 22 and handwork were I to the State ConttHutl state rllllUlatlld, privately eI&IIt copcalathatwiI1Oppearoa .ballot for voter/' to choose for
displayed at the Bradford County owned gambling casino, but only! to <. restricted clelipet.l arM 01 eastern :x against
Homemakers Club at their meeting Dad County ana southern Broward?only; extending about I'miles along the
lir. send Mn. Paul M. Riherd In at Thursday, Oct. 12, In the Agriculture loceantro"TIle amendment provides taxes I casinos tel bt appopriatell for RevW..s Ns.I
Lake Butler >announce Building. A catch-all. revision encompassing downs of changes l both major and minor.
of tbelr daughter.Harriet .
engagement Nashville Various crafts were placed on a p-I'IO.J Potentially controversial items include automatic full Immunity for persons
FtilUlp Rlherd 1 table by the members M they came la testifying before grand Juries, the right to have an attorney accompany witnesses
TOM. to Thomas Barry Haynes so that all could: observe them before Ma. Sharon Hyrea la taking a six before grand Juries, a potentially sweeping right of ciiisaiM to be free of
J1orttnce.L.W. MB of Mr. and Mrs. ,months basic training canes with the
the business session. "govee1aneItdrurion" in their private lives open government provision*
Thomas ... Haynes of Flres- Ala. After the brief business meeting the Anne and John Greene, .May and National Guard at Fort Jackson 8. C. subject to limitation by law or Judicial rule, an autonomous Board of Regents
Mb. Riherd to a graduate School of P.and K. remainder of the program was spent Harry Hatcher, Mary Ague and Bob Mrs: H. H. Adams and Mrs. J. H. waiver of the states "sovereign immunity" against being sued for damages, a
Young Laboratory Auburn Ala. She by the members working on and Ferguson and Sharon, and Morris Moseley of Stark and Miss department of health beaded by a physician a prohibition against statewide
Auburn University sharing their Indivual crafts including Williams of the Strawberry Swingers Mariwayn Pile of St. LouIe, Mo. executive branch official. from Serving more than two consecutive terms and
Division 01 State
Is an auditor f. the State of hot pads, afghans, hand towels, attended the Peanut Festival In'Dothan returned last Thursday from six days authorisation for the House and Senate to remove their presiding officer by
Audit. Comptrollen Office. ,' Christmas stockings, hand bags etc. Ala. over the weekend. The vacation in St. Simons Island, Jekyll .majority vote. I
Tennessee. Sandwiches were served by the dub four couples abo participated in a Island, Savannah, Ga. and Re\r.....No.t .
Mr. Hanes is a graduate Ala.of and CoffeeIBOs the during the noon hours at which time square dance at the Civic Auditorium.Mr. Charleston, S.C. A guarantee that no person will be deprived Gf"any right"because of aex.
School, Florence; the extension office workers were Revision No.2
University of North Alabama invited share the luncheon and View' .and Mrs. Frank W. Palmer, Sr. Mn.Johnnie McCall and Mrs Jean Creation of a special nonpartlnnn commission\ reapportion the legislature
Florence Ala.fat He In'Is ehl"employed asMlcroblolo the crafts. attended the Florida-Alabama game Scott of Colchester, 111. were last' and congressional: districts and rouulrlng. that legislators be elected. from
Brucellosis Laboratory, Department on Saturday in Tuscaloosa, Ala. Monday to Sunday guest of Mrs. single-member. districta. .
Revision. No.4
of Agriculture and industry, Auburn !z 4utAneoer. Mrs. JL J. Green and'C. L. Dtnklns L. ILIGIbaon.( Abolition of the elective state cabinet and a provision that the governor act
Jointly with an officer to be designated by law In the investment of.state funds,
Kip Rlherd and Mr. Haynes win of Stark. Mr and Mrs David Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Sanders and
and daughters of Dr. and Mn. Inert Sundusadee Issuance of bonds anddtapostltkm of slat land.
be married December ,29, at th.brideI' Christopher
Mr.and Mrs.Herb Herres returned Revision. Ne.E
Butler. Ga. and Mrs. R. D. returned last Thursday after a weeks
home In Saturday after a nine day visit with Cunningham and daughter, Marla of vacation in Cashiers,N. C. and Little Abolition of the elective: three-member public service& commission to be
his mother, Mrs. Marguerite. Herres, Keystone Heights attended the SwItzerland N. C,and visited Mr. and replaced by a five-member board appointed by the governor from a list submitted
In Belle Fontaine, Ohio. Gainesville Civic Ballet Jars concert Mrs. Sanders Sr. in Spartanburg, 8. ,by a nominating commission. "
1m CLAM REUNION Saturday night at the Gainesville C, .. 'R.evIlJon N*.' '
SATURDAY _OCT.,U Mr. and Mrs. Drew Reddish spent High School at which grandson and Extension of the merit selection and retention plan to circuit and county
Thursday to Monday visiting Mr. and nephew Luke Stallinga was one of thefeatured Mr. and Mn. Roy Clemens and Mr. Judges. The-plan, already In effect 'appellate Judge-provides for appointment
The Bradford High School 1937senior Mrs. AI Cook at New Johnsvflle,Tenn. dancer and Mn. Eugene Norman were In of Judges by the governor and public vote on their retention or
class will hold a reunion at the and attended Grande Ole Opry In Lexington Park, Md. Wednesday to rejection yean.
Starke Golf and Country Club on Nashville Saturday night and enJoying Mr. and Mrs. Barney Null of Fer-, Sunday visiting the demon's son-in- Revision No tAn
Saturday. Oct. 21.' the beautiful fall foliage nandlna Beach were weekend guests law and daughter, Chief and Mn. Omnibus revision of the taxation section containing1' among other things
Registration will bel1n.t 8:30: p.m., enroute. of Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Hill, Jack Mills and son. permission for the homestead exemption to be Increased aa the cost of living
and a steak dinner will be served. at 7 rises, exempting publicly owned lands leased to private interests from beingtaxea.
Local admittances to'Bradford Mn. W. T. Jackson. 'Sr. 'and Mrs. Mr.and Mrs. Bob Noble of Santa Fe exempting the appreciation of property prior to 1971 frontthe corporate
Members of the planning committee County Hospital this week Include: Emma Rene Weaver visited Mrs.. Lake and Mr. and Mrs. Fayer Welch income ,tax authorizing revenue bonds for housing and permitting tax
an: Lola Bennett, chairman from Starke Dan Harley Denise Lomie Robinson In WUllston over the of Waldo were Sunday visitors. of Mr. ,abatement and tax Increment Incentives for redevelopment of slums. :
Virginia Darby 8. G. Denmark. Sanders, Willis Thornton. Slllar weekend.Mr. and Mn. Loutn Redding. Revlshm Ne.t ,
Chester Moody Al Crosby Myrtlce Gunter Sharon Barnes Joe Grtffls Creation. of a state board of education appointed by the governor which would I Ilie.
Dennis Eula Mae. .Smith, and Al. K. Nancy Sylvester, Gerald Wilson and Mn. Joe' Bakken'visited Gerry Gibson of Merritt bland;: son ...ponslble.OI" managing-and' coord naUng"the states public' education
Carlisle. Betty Stevens, Ellen Mitchell Nancle Mr. and Mn. Gary Bakken in Gold- 'of Mn. L. H. Gibson of Starke,who is system. U the elective cabinet is abolished the commissioner of education
Mitchell and Gerald Bailie ; from sboro, N. C. over the weekend. president of the NASA Instrument would be appointed by the BCT.
t.....el dis...t Lake Lake Geneva Butler -Juanita Mel Furlong Todd;; from from Mr. and M... J. E. Hardy .visited Pa.Society last, won Wednesday a trip to to Philadelphia Friday. An Inflation Hits
Thomas City's.Effort'To
Lawtey Zonnle Let their daughters Miss June Hardy in award was presented to Mr. Gibson
Gaskins. Sr. and Noeba Blake; from Atlanta and Mr. and Mrs David' last Thursday In PhUadlephla for
lfiw rrfv.ll Melrose Shug Jackson; from Mendenhall and daughter In Stone his written project of the society Build New ]Police Station
Mr. and Mrs. William Burgln of Hampton Ovella Perry and Mountain, Ga.over the weekend.Mr. activities for the year.
Cleveland Durham.
Stark announce the birth of a son,
Shaun Thomas born Oct.'11 In Ed! and Mn. Maxle Carter Sr. Mr. 'and Mrs.. .BiD 'Collins of With bids for construction of the would save" the' taxpayers thousands'pf
Prater Hospital. In Macclenny. W.W.Shaffer of Mount Dora visited were In MaxviUe Sunday visiting Mr. Jenkinaburg. Ga. spent the weekend new Starke police station surprising >f dollars.
Malenal'grandparents( are Mr. and his sister, Mrs Gladys Weldon on and Mn. Henry Welhousen. here visiting her three sisters and Starke City Commissioners with Another factor' ,that could play a
Mrs. J. M. Allen of Starke. Paternal Monday.Mr. families, Mn. A. L. Crosby. Jr. of inflationary increase the Com., part In the commission's final
grandparents are Mn and Mrs. Mn. C. W. Dye of Spencer W. Va. Starke, Mn. Norman Prichard of missloners and DOIlce Chief Jimmy dot-Won was brought up In Tuesday'smeeting.
William P. Burgln! of Macclenny.: and Mrs. George O'Kclley of and daughter, Mn.Tracy Tennant of Keystone Heights and Mn. Merrill E. ,Bowen decided Tuesday night to look Kloriland Realtor VernieMum.
Lilburn. Ga. were weekend guest of Fairmont. W. VA. were-week-end Gllsson of Lake Geneva and her into other alternatives for new police ( acting for her client offeredthe
y..J< Mr. and Mrs. Sherrod Hamilton.Mrs. guests of Mn. Dye's son-in-law"" and father Homer W. Townsend who Is a headquarters. city three lots at the corner of S.
daughter Mr. and Mn. J. D. Warren, resident of the Starke Nursing Home. City Clerk Merrill Edwards read a Thompson St.. and Jackson St. lor
Olin White Mrs. Edna Sexton M... Dye Is remaining with the low bid of$41,274 submitted by Triest $11,000. The lot' currently has two
Mr. and Mrs: C. E. Dawley of Mrs Randy Johns and Mrs., A. J.: Warrens for the winter. Mr, and Mrs. H. A. Lawson, Mrs. Construction Company,an Increase of abandoned buildings on it and Ms.
Brunswick Ca. are visiting Eaves attended the United Methodist Mary Lawson,Mn. Marie Siemer and over 15,000 from Trlest's bid of$36,000 Odom Ruggeited that the lot could be
in-law and daughter, Mr. andrMrs. Women's annual Gainesville district Mr. and Mra. George W.Brown Mrs. Mary Overholser returned two months ago. Edwards also read a used for additional city 'parking'
Rex Brown.! meeting at Trinity Methodist Church visited Mr. and Mn. L. M,. Stoner. In I Monday from 10 days visit. with Bud bid submitted by Newman Const. Co. apace. City Attorney George Pierce
In Gainesville on Saturday. Ocala on Sunday. Lawson in Marlon,. N. C. of I56.S60. The new building Is to be estimated that the lot could ac-
comodate about 40 parking at
located across from the County Jail on spaces
Broadway Street the most.
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The council unanimously agreed to In other'commission business
,.. reject both bids and decided to turn 'Tuesday Linda Day was hired as
the matter of checking into other 'coordinator of the$300.000Community
h' .. .
: alternatives over to the safety con Development Block Grant recently
....... 'I mittee consisting of Bowen Commissioner awarded the city by HUD. Mrs. Day
r .. ... .., Harold Epps. and Mayor ', ,coordinate ,the NortheaM Starke,
.,, ,.. ..,. .. . directed' proiecr.:: designed"for1 Imesiyrovcm'entb .
"' IJllm: >" ; \o'#'_ ""' .. .. '" ,. u. M Commissioner Joe Warren. Results of
J f thdaafety cti: nlttee'. research will be "WtlUr..dl"1Sh .
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j" presented at a later meeting. streets recreational facilities and
/ ; .... ... Police Chief Bowen agreed with substandard housing. Construction is
.. '1. Commissioner Vernon Silcox' scheduled to begin November 1.
j. suggestion that a prefab structure
should be seriously considered as a Alter much discussion the commission
possiblity. "We definitely need to go decided to wait until specific f
''I ,'. -. '.. another route.The bids would just use job duties could, be discussed
J ... ... < Ii" .. !?ii" too many tax dollarsBowen said. before making recommendations for
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\\t. .: Bowen and the council auggestea "There's no
way a person can Slav
..J.. ... '''j' ,W 'wi.. ":. !several alternatives to construction of busy In Starke aa a zoning and
: .. "Y\ >t "I', ....4 ..' ...,. the new building. Besides the pre planning administrator making $12-
..."n...," '''.,..' .....V"', ",," fabricated building option. Bowen 13.0000 year.70 percent of the job will
..... .....,. "II/ rlll.- 1'Iu ,t,.... ... mentioned the use of the Old Armory be helping (City Clerk !Merrill, and
>> building on Temple Ave.
,. as a we need 'to take some time to
'' """,""" ". possiblity for use of existing Starke dl'slgnatp.exacllv,, what duties the job
\o1(1""' "'''''i.. building as new pollee headquarters. should entail.". Commissioner Vernon
.li Bowen added that requirements .Silcox explained'Silcox -
., .. an existing building would be a added; .* ufll important that
,: :: central location and ample space. up discuss this hrforr we. make a
Clerk Edwards brought up another motion for the position."
option. "If we move this building.(the .\ special meeting to review'' the
.", current city hall and police station,. specifications the new position wan!

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With the CfcC' ii1lkntremodlirtgr for damages under terms-of the-contract. JWtenals\ has been a problem and and 9r9eaalyNverbrhlrer
'Budget, . the ''Bradford,. High ii.I / ,r ,",1I '.j. ). .ifi"i! 't'* lbawe of tha delay.! .tom. f&lalty sTem =
'"I I II '' >lOm-/l <4| Mil cafeteria '11 days TMt a the.School .1 i" Architect .Cralgi 'SAUeyi mid babelievea 'fiwqoipmentt not NftJivUlt1aused a ...').... l.... are
The Suu-lte City Cpmmuwton. board Monday night urged! the architect Triest.magr( harm il.UmllI' i<*Uy-lnmeasaruflfoi! <<% !. .... of known, Trten said: hew r..k for an 00
proved the 1978-79) bWsrt Tuesday ap I 'and board attorney to reasons for being late flnJKhtngtiM>.iiJJ)>*rVang>menta
night, 17 days after the |3.3 million motivate the contractor $171,823 remodsLg'proJoetiIWr'hsarbees ,, (1It WHd. Windows fortMinJect'arrived: not k" 1WIqIw1'l 00 equit>tecnt ,wlll have caused a decease: In the number
budget became effective. Unable)gets letleneenvTrleslaskMg .. 1 ritatraifti l willniiot'lMHlnBtaUediuntU' : arrive ? unable to' ,know .
City,A "JhGao ,. >hiee I' .ei tha", ;tIlt sud' ; notify. ncoatractor. Ernest Trtert, of Trleat has had some trouble getting Trtwt sal'\nottng? that-vylthout the The school board approved, atSalley's &P.III.w.II\!
Keystone 'Heights' that 'the 'boardconsiders materials which .....windows .. ,
re trO IIV.xa' ,blhean4dlargea! probably. wouldJML. no, '\ / V.I"coUld betone. recommendation payment a a !
during the-flrstl, mat t*be In default. The .cause for the delay. h t '525.311epaysequeaifromheslonths .h t!
fiscal year would,t veted. school board could' charge the-contractor Trtert said Wednesday ff that Satfey: .Is West said he Is also waiting on i dafeterM project. That brings the 1Yi etye:: pr r A:(( UW; fIAr.: ,
Reason tar: tbed4, y 1 In approval) $100 par day in Undated (correct, Is'' vavtng; that defiveryh, ; of written notification of several change total paid to Triest.on the cafeteria .
wag, because i.rf. a. modification IB, -i ) u:* < : 11'Coal .projoct to$ UJ29. or about SO Eopr3!! ir.J..HntIJ: i bb ': 1Etlifed
proposed pending by the commission" .- _"d.r ,'1.> /) : ., : Saliey said the project-arid meson yare Itom ); 4 J ; $J\it\ Eg Mrs.
on Get. 10,,when three,'J inm* positions., with,t.salaries. totaling, : Ederg.y' ,project Is abuut 50 percent complete. .w ':, e,'." w.ay
'Ati Ifl Alcd
roughly$28,000. were approved by the r I I 11 1dj.i, Iij;! 'Jii 1 'Hoard tnetnbt'r'Vernon! Parmenter rood. .ea
commission. City Clerk TQ.E4. said heROes by thelnfeterla job two or wlthnbt&tyleoU ulP nI' lJ! WlF
wards balanced the budget after, the,, In Near Future, Says Seminple fe-pp Official -. _-n. ( .- .-I ..._ -,,. r.l
modification by increasing the .
projected income .
department.The three positions are N president and general manager of the two building'blocks \ m going to : reduction. in power,pofi" pwlght stator- ?, I 1'f/ ,.,.-jff)
Electric ,
planning and zoning administratory Cooperative gave have to utilize In ,furnjsh ,. .. .j.M
$12-15,000 and two laborers at M.SB2. Keystone Rotarlana Insight into the reliable and economical'. The guest speaker"bf Rotarian E.T. Stj"
j' F cD 9 "f'""f ; -1'
The oommlsiiioneni.nad.a4ao held .energy situation.Is and what the Wright staed. "' I I. Martin general manager of the Clay Open QO. ..1 I ..,. !A1 #Q1i: ,.,
cooperative do
off on because attempting' to to .
approval .of change: Electric Cooperative, 'Wright Is a ..
solve ktna of the future. ', AM 15 : A Walnut 6l i.
hat would be necessitated energy /1 1 1 P.M.MOTOR
pending that graduate of the ''University' of J..... ... ...
the outcome of the current police and Wright said by I960 the nation "Solar power has great potential, : Wisconsin In.Etectrt\ al'Engineering.. .. ," .. r.; ,.- -.f
will face real crunch and for the future,
electrical workers salary energy long range but harnessingthispower "" .
negoOatlooii Pierce pointed out that this reason, the Seminole Electric now and In the neae.future : Oil' PEPSI" 'II' 'Y' r"rlI / ,
any necessary amendments could be Cooperative la proposing the construction would not be economically feasible" During the -26 years he was >cmployed -
made at a later date. < of a multl-million dollar Wright said. with'' Wisconsin Power andLIght' 16Pk.,1, !
The 1978-70 'budget .totaled coal fired electric generating plant With the construction of this plant Company, Wright served as I QII $119 t'iuIToK 180l: ,. Tax
$3,308,430.28, an Increase of,roughly "It will Insure the reliability ofpower the cooperative Is attempting to have planning engineer, industrial I I. ; 'Ivy rADeoBOROEN'S
$300,000' over' last year. Largest to its members and will help Its own share of power supply Instead development representativCf district
department allocation was to the hold down the cost of power," said of'having tobuy awe from other manager, division manager, general All B8AMBJ BSER 'h>
power plant and electric department.which Wright! cooperatives such Power sales manager, director of division : ;, '
received $1,482,028. "By simple arithmetic It will Wright stated. operation and.,senior vice. president Mill G.I 1169 I / '
J provide more economical power to Its "11 Is a long process, but feel it Is and was a board of director from 1970 ileo oYellAai ? ,.
f members and will eliminate the profit very worthwhile and will assure you till leaving In 1976 whim he Joined
Courthouse Space margin when buying _power from the power you'll) need In the future," Seminole Electric. I H ,- .
; other companies," Wright told
Problem Talks Rotarlans.Explaining the nucleus. of the / 1M// ----- -.11.1 -. /! IBJBIi

t Seminole Coorperatkn, Wright explained r. r '>::.
Asked by DemosA that 11 other cooperatives:
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throughout the state make up its '
call for arbitration rather than membership with Clay Electric _. ))1':" .
prolonged litigation In the current Cooperative In Keystone Heights ODOM'S' -
courthouse dispute was issued being its largest member. !
space -- 4i. ""' t
Operation of the first of two plants ; )
by the Bradford Democratic
anticipated in June 1983. Completion .o 1($ A" .
Executive .
Committee meeting.hereat '
noon Monday. of the second plant Is set for June i ,: t. v .
7. 'i it
In a letter to the eight Judges of the 1983. Estimated cost of the one plant Is iM-' 'se\ :" 3< r
Eighth Judicial District and the $465,638,000.
;* Board of Bradford Wright said the project 'Is on I I
County Commissioners 1 '
the committee schedule and that they have filed for n ,
belief that a approval on both the state and federal LV. SEflVICE I i
f prolonged court dispute levels. }1 +tt
'" would result In bad publicity for the i
'a." county necessary, as expense well as to the incurring county. un- north.of The site Palatka chosen Is on located the St.five Johns miles U. w i .
River and includes some 2,000 acres of I .

land.During a question and answer : 140 .S. Thom pson St. 1 132 Lawrence;BlycJ, ,:.H
I TO THE < And
session,Wright told one Rotarian that
LETTERS ;'EDITOR the plant will burn from nine to 10,000 Starke 964-8344 Keystone Heights 4732733': '
9cb1 tons of coal a day and will supply '
230,000 volts of electricity to trans- rr :,
09 Student Criticize mission lines. .

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., The frequent misuse and abuse of a i I' WE ARE OPENING : .
t seemingly useful appliance such as
S8 the intercom system, f Is otr growing
gH concern at Bradford High School. i j!
yl The very untimely use of the inter
'',d l I.k :xm: system to summon in the middle of a class the OUR STARK STORE AT't

tilt., office, .,or, ,to.glve, .?"ghptecese! : a ,

.'::n q i&W 44nB'frfmtt>.iviM/> 'Is oyiB u t,l+s:1+xf'I I ,;i &: j,.,..; 9&$. I ../fa&. .J.f'! 'Hiii'!. .. TJIoI'J'. t"1/1 .h..rbl1'lJ'lV; f'IUU.ll.H'; ""' ."I I UJ 11,1f,
".,. to throw idiotic and veryel ...i "."."' I .... ,_ ...,, .. .. .. . ... ... "
emotional bits of temper, such as the '" \ '' .
situation about two weeks ago in
geometry class, when someone who. TOUGH CARPETDid Monday October 16 1978
shall remain nameless used the Intercom you realize that an = =
"* In this manner to get across ..office building with 2.000
f ?I". I Us point on the trash disposal persona entering and

I 7 i"*'This methods was not of the only students an infraction:at school.of the same exiting daily foyer through generate.the WE ARE PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE THE OPENING OF OUR SECOND STORE SO WE CAN OFFER YOU THE t

l>" students rights of as the well.Instructors but of the ,yearly 1,000,4100 on that foot particular traffics: VERY BEST IN TELEVISION ANTENNA AND STERO REPAIR.

bH-: If this appliance. used at such section. That's a lot .
tunes that It does not disrupt the of wear and tear on the -
'(;' essential concentration of the learnIng floor. COME IN AND REGISTER TO WIN A
'"' or teaching process, it would, in It takes tough carpeting J"M'N'I'S
'7 my opinion, be favored by both to withstand that much .
students and instructors alike as a' abuse. This Is the reason Allegro AM/FM
f.r useful tool of Bradford High School. that carpets are designed
nr' in various weights to meet
William ChasUIn different standards. A = Phonograph With 2000 Speakers =
1n BHSJunlor carpet for your home cer __
II tautly doesn't need to be
FIRE DEPARTMENTjjj the same as one in an office I This Will Dec. 23rd 1978 FREE
!.: PROMPTNESS PRAISED building.We BeGivenAway .
have all styles and
r t Editor. Telegraph: weights of carpet. Come in

'Jj would like to thank all those In the carpet today. will Tell be us used where and the we HI
Bradford County Volunteer Fire will aid you in making the Service-
Department for their prompt proper selection.THAI ;
response to the fire at the residence of i i
Donald W. Martin. Tile &
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further Their loss.quick action saved us from Carpet 1 In Home In Shop

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; "U.' I CQr14Op Tact Taylor
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LI.Council. .. . -.. Kgten.loaieeSince

iiYie cattle prices have Improved The next step would be to select
significantly this year cattlemen varieties that are adapted to the areas
should be thinking about bow they will and have grown and produced well for
of Churches feed their herd In the winter months. grazing. White clovers like Louisiana
They need to consider a program that SI and Nollns Improved White have
', ,. ,) ::1 51 t ;'\ 't I I will supply the most feed and proven themselves as good perennial
\ nutrients for the least amount of varieties.Annual clovers like hubam.
Opposes Casino GamblingThe.ay'upy'amooth money. crimson and red have also been good

...* crops on some farms. ,
'' .to. < For some cattlemen who have
I i i
i U\ < plenty of native pasture (woodland or Inoculation of legume' seed with

tP range) of liquid protein or range mix nitrogen fixing bacteria just prloer to
i and persuasive such means as may be availableto supplement might be the best Others planting a must This Is especially))

,voice, comes,, over radio them to make their own y might have grown and harvested hayor necessary when planting a legume on
and TV commercials telling statement of opposition to this corn. But most cattlemen will need a pasture for the first! time.

flood of their members quicklyas to grow some type of winter tom-ages. .
how the as
issue to
I still suggest winter legumes like Even!: though they are more expensive
dollars from casino gambling will possible" P o@6 white clover for folks who have to grow on a per acre basis,

give the state all the money it suitable land. They are frost tolerantand small grains and ryegrass are grazing

needs for its schools, "law enforcement The Council's action was can supply highly nutritious feed can be beneficial on many farms. Theme
during the winter and spring months. steps for production of winter
Not single
and other needs. without opposition. a
should be followed for small
This is the best time to have good feed legumes
Like' the siren voices of voice was raised to defend casino because most cows have calved and grains and ryegrass.Rye .
gambling, or to ascribe any need the feed to produce milk to get
mythology which lured marinersto citizens of the And Away j! \ Is the small grain most sidely
death and destruction by their benefits to the Up, Up, / \ the calf off to a good start. used for winter grazing. Rye Is more

state. The unanimous opinionwas seductive, singing so will many that the negative results of I inoculated will supply nitrogen for produces more forage than either oats

well-meaning Floridians be lured such a step far outweighed any their own growth and provide some or wheat Avoid planting unadaptedrye
into voting for casino gamblingby benefits that might be derived, nitrogen for other plants growing withor from northern states will produce
sugarcoated promises that and that casino gambling following them. This can be a big little forage In late fall or early winter

will prove to be bitter pills once therefore represented a threat to saving of fertilizer dollars in a pasture and leaf will rust usually be severely damagedby

the gambling toe-hold is obtained. the economic social and moral 5 production program.

climate of the state. gti G There are some Important steps Rye varieties recommended for late
that need to be followed in a legume CM and early winter grazing are
Against the unctuous voice of production program. Soil selection Wrens Abruzzi, Gator, Florida Black
this hukster are and sampling for a soil analysis and Weser. McNair Vltagraze.
anonymous In recent weeks, casino should always be first. Legumes likes Pennington Wlntergrazer 70, ACCO
raised the voices without exception have tried to divert soil that Is naturally moist but not Wr-811.Gurley Grazer 2000, Explorer'
of the State's leaders, proponents l' subject to flooding. Most of our and Elbon are recommended for
from the Governor down, who attention to the financial contri- vat _' nutwoods areas are suitable. A soil winter and early spring grazing

warn against the corruption and butions that some news illlill .fiflf.P//f/lllllII//'I'"'' ,,' analysis will determine the kinds and
other evils that will come to organizations have made to No Q ", amounts of lime and fertilizer that Oats may be planted and grazed
i will need to be applied. earlier than rye. They are very
Florida in the wake of casino Casinos Inc.,the coalition of anti- palatable, but susceptible to frost

gambling if approved on gambling church and civic groups injury, Recommended varietiesare
November 7. seeking to defeat the measure at Florida 501, Elan and Coker 237.

the polls. But if a newspaper is Ryegrass Is. a valuable winter anc
Also added to the warning is Shades of Kirk-High CampaignSeen
convinced that casino gambling spring grazing crop for use on out
voices is that of the Florida and flat woods soils Ryegrass may tx
Council of Churches which has bad for the state, financially seeded alone,or with a small grain o

taken action to express its strong morally, we see no reason why it a prepared seedbed. It can also b
opposition to approval of casino should not back its convictions in Graham- Eckerd Fight overseeded onto permanent grai
with its dollars. pastures if the pasture is mowed t
gambling on November 7. grazed closely before plantini

vulnerable to Kirk's of anti- Recommended varieties a."
charges ryegrass
and other showing only about I
Governor Askew The latest polls,
and ultraliberalness.Graham Florida Rust Resistant Gulf
of Churches
The Council ex: difference In
about the state leaders are right in four percentage points Bob on the other hand, has a Magnolia. Northrup King Tetrablend
of voters favoring
concerns number
pressed many stressing the unsavory spinoffsof the Jack bona fide business and agricultural 444 and Pennington Wintergreen
the Graham and those supporting
impact of casino gambling on
casinos, such as the organized- when background which may Insulate him
of life in Florida the Eckerd, prove, that the days Call visit County Agents
quality on from a Kirk-like attack at the hands of or your
infiltration of ancillary the Democratic Partyin
moral climate that would further crime nomination by Eckerd.In office In starke If you want more In-
businesses, the spread of prostitution the primaries was tantamount to formation about seeding times, rates,
and about the
deteriorate and pornography, the victory In the General Election are his race against High, Kirk was fertilization, etc.
Christian concerns to treat forever' In the
increase in loan sharking, and gone one of the first political figures
wealth and property as stewards be considered nation to detect and exploit the con-,
Florida truly
violent crimes. can now
God's not as 9 cern In America over the rising crime
of bounty, a two-party state which is probably a --
playthings for personal good thing for Floridians, politically rate. He promised an all-out war on FORESTRYIn
We do not think this is the kind it Is good for Kirk crime, and undoubtedly won a lot of
lust con-
speaking, as
gratification.The of"fun in the sun" that Floridianswant sumers to benefit from competition in votes with that pledge. In 1978, .
Issue has cooled a
the crime .
advertise the image of the of product.
Council also called upon all to as marketing any littlealthough still of deep concern to Bradford Co.
Monopoly In business Is apt to lead to
member denominations "to use our state. service, poor quality, and high Graham like High, was a comefrombehind most people. But neither the
i candidate,who surprised Democrat nor Republican candidateis by Tim L*Belle -.'',.'
prices. many Floridians by winning a second- emphasising this Issue. ","It .
So far the pre-General Election primary slot In the September 12 First '"till "I, u* .
;; Spend Your Dollars campaigning b.tw..o D.meor<<.:''".i ,J Unary. H. continued his In l"rtn)SnI wjil,( IJCh. -
"," -., < Graham and Republican Eckerd his streak by knocking out 'No. 1 rate big factor ( e biggest) in Flrtlln ConstructionWith
I been decidedly low-key and lack- Bob Shevin in the October 5 voting. Kirk's victory over High was the
luster. Both candidates are apparently strong"white backlash" still existing the touch of winter lingering in
With Those Who Care minding their p's and q's, High pulled similar surprises In 1968 civil rights activism in 1966. the air, Florida's hazardous wildfire
remembering what happened to Bob when he beat former Governor and Election figures indicated that many season operuTAn opening date no one
Shevin when he lost his cool and went mayor of Jacksonville Haydon Burns middle-and-low income whites voted wishes to see."Carelessness.
off the deep end with founded for the Democratic nomination. But the Republican ticket In protest
Things are happening in our We can: only speculate why and charges against Graham. Eckerd and High's steam ran out under Kirk's against High's racial liberalism. This that can be over
I community.Bradford County and how such unfounded rumors are Graham have been mildly critical of unrelenting attacks and the Miami factor Is, without doubt, much less come through planning and Bradford commonsenile"
the continue in cir each other since the Second Democrat lost to the Palm Beach sensitive now than it was In 1Jt\II.! \ No state Union and
move. and
Starke started Chuck
are but mud-slinging\ has been noticeablyabsent Republican by 153,000 votes In the candidate can dare afford to play fast Forest Hanger Supervisor
culation.In: General Election. and loose with the racial issue Colbert. ,

the The Starke-Bradford business atmosphere County area in our opinion, it is good news The differences in political: That chapter of Florida political anymore. "When meet a prescribe desired objective burning the, such woodsto as .' i
might tend to boost the
has been excellent for the first to know that both of these philosophy between the two can- of history the Eckerd In 1978, but spirit as According to Harmon, it would hazard reduction wildlife habitat
three-quarters of 1978. Stores in business establishments plan didates is so slight that it is not apt to Harmon camp reminds us, that's appear that Eckerd supporters can go enhancement, or making entry more
of their apathy finals
shake the voters into the General Election fireline
the Bradford Square Shopping service to this not all of the story. proper
uninterrupted issue arises
unless some dramatic saying "It has happened: before; it struction is mandatory" Colbert says.
Center have shown hefty increases community.: What it all adds up to between now and November 7. There were several factors In the can happen again, Graham

in sales during this is from fifty to sixty full and part. Eckerd grabbed the spotlight away memorable 19H6 race that are not as boosters can reply "Yes", but times "Fire Jines are by no means fool-

period. Automobile dealers are time jobs generated by these two from Graham with his and old-fashioned down the strong, or do not exist in 1978 lending have changed since 1966. safe. But, they provide a margin of

also experiencing a very good establishments, in addition to whistle stop trek up from the hope to the Graham camp that history,I 'lest "GrahamCrackers"get safety. It's like an Insurance policy.
last speaking the
state But
will not repeat Itself on November 7. We have and need them to help us out
year, with the demand for pickup other items they purchase back platform of the train, but too confident,there Is still another during strainful periods. They show

trucks remaining especially locally, putting dollars into the avoiding specifics, except some In the 1966 race Harmon observes factor that must be considered. And the landowner Is taking reasonable !
strong. Furniture and appliancesales economy of Bradford County. confusing tax-reform remarks, whichhe the old pork-chop sectional feeling that is the growing Republican precautions prevent, fire escape" ,
in fact, all big ticket later admitted were prematureand against Miami was undoubtedly a strength In Florida.In Colbert adds. I
better left unsaid. Graham must since then ,'
factor In Kirk's favor. But
itemsare in brisk demand. The third supermarket on the with something new to has residents the I
now come up the population of South Florida As a service to area ,
local scene is, of course, Winn- regain the attention he captured with grown at a faster pace than the rest of i960! there were almost two Division of Forestry constructs
The booming economy in Dixie in Bradford Square whose his 100-jobs program before the First the state. Even If this sectional million registered Democrats, and flrelines for a charge of $18 an hour. :
Primary.As still South less than half a million registered time Is computed from the :
Starke can be attributed partlyto success is well documented: by prejudice were strong In 1978 there are 2.8 Plowing
the Florida voters have more of a number Republicans. time a ranger leaves his destination .:
support from fringe areas increased earnings and sales. The pointed out by George' Harmon, advantage now than they had in 1Jf! 6. million Democrats, and 1.15 million until he completes line construction. A
of Union County and Keystone Starke store has always been one editor of the Jacksonville Journal, theGrahamEckerd Another difference between Republicans. Republican registrationIs minimum of $5 U assessed.If .
Ileights-Melrose, doing more of of the top Winn-Dixie stores In campaign recalls the Graham and High appears In the increasing much faster; per :
their shopping in Starke. The this district, and seems likely to 1968 bout when Claude Kirk becamethe image projected by the two men over centagewtse, than Democrat for'uncontrollable reasons the.
I overall outlook for business now maintain that position for a long, the first Florida Republican Governor's In 94 years seat.to Both win, the state.High was with Identified a reputation stronglyas of Judging from what happened, and equipment gets fails stuck to operate no charge say thetractor Is :'

and in the foreseeable future long time. Graham and Eckerd can find reasonsfor attacking a populist big corporations and why, In 11U6 i the 197B gubernatorial assessed during the down time. :
I should be close enough to .
appears great. worry, as well as hope in about the plight of the victory j
worrying ,
similarities and differences cause both candidates several Lines may be constructed: using a ?;
This three-store competition, reviewing situation of' \ consumer, thereby making himselfMadison sleepless nights between .now and fire line plow or re-work harrow. New :a ;'.
There are, however a couple of together with several smaller in the political .l' November 7. lines should be cut with a fire line ;ti' ,
business situations currently independents makes you. the 1966 and 1978. plow while often a rework harrow Is :i '

I existing in Starke that require consumer: the ultimate winner. As recalled by Harmon Kirk won used to maintain an old line. *',, '

clarification. The competititve situation gives the victory against a man who, like Str:et BaptistsGambling Each line usually breaks fuels up ;.. I. ,r
Graham, called Miami his home. Kirk bouri- ,
you and your family excellent for 5-7 feel Around property .
made much of his business .
.'I. The Starke Food Fair store shopping choices for your background and attacked own High u Oppose Casin o .darle. .two !lines are often called for

will,in no way be affected by the anti-business and ultra-liberal. Although it depends on the' In- ; ,_
parent company's bankruptcy groceries covering a wide ; ., The'' following resolution opposing Whereas' there has been placed lividual landowner firelines are :..?..

I proceedings. The local store willcontinue spectrum to meet your needs. In the current campaign, Eckerd, casino gambling was adopted by the Election of ballot the State for the of Florida General, jsually constructed during November t; '
usual The Bradford County Telegraphis the multi-millionnaire drugstore Madison Street Baptist Church In its through February. But since the fire' :
to operate as November 7. 1978 a proposal to
proud to : their advertising magnate, stressing the fact that her regular business meeting, held Sept. season is on us, you get more for YOur; ; "
are'assured. The and carry amend the Constitution of the State of
quantity i '
when lines are plowed during
Is a successful businessman. But this 20'x1878; : noney )
of food store hours, and weekly for your con- Florida to allow casino gamblng.and Movember. .. .. ,;
i quality time, the Democratic nominee, also a* ( \' RESOLUTIONProposed Is contraryto ,
services will continue' as they venience and maximum shopping millionnalre. can point to business'' WHEREAS gambling ,\,
by the deacons to the Biblical principles, harmful to the "With the 'many miles of lines ,
have for all these_ past years. economy. knowhow demonstrated In the Membership of Madison Street best Interests of the individual and a plowed each year, construction Is on airstcome ,) :::
development of his successful Miami Church. detriment to society: and first serve basis" ,Colbert : {i"
r The surest to keep the Lakes development, and his dairyr Baptist stimulates ,
2. Over the past few months, way ittle business. WHEREAS, gambling tales ;;
of our area strong is to covetousness, greed andmaterlallsm r11 I''r
the rumor that another food store economy If you desire fireline construction, :
In" 'town, Piggly Wiggly, is spend our money here at home. If ", andWHEREAS, gambling producesvice all 496-2023 or 964-M36. All calls Will fI. 1 1n ;'

dosing, has been circulating you shop around, you will find which corrupts home life I. received at the Division of f I j "
locally 1} This has been just that- that prices are competitive, and p '4i ;I,. .p j' 1DFORD 'COlJ- : business, public service therefore logging Forestry and Headquarters follow-up. for proper }) ;'.
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excellent selection quality crime poverty, now -
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BE IT RESOLVED by i the membership '
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assures us that the merchandise of the Madison Street Baptist Colbert says "Florida law requires :
Starkd store U doing well andwflhbi tj : .mi +gl i\raP41 Church"Starke, Florida, that- persona to take all preventative ,\!'.
But the big thing you will find measures necessary,insure a safe $.-
l on the 1 scene for a long 0 1 1. The membership appoint a, committee wrn. Without flrelines\ even- |Y .,,
tim* t > come, and one of the things that means ( consisting of Ed Ripplinger. have nor 1! bskeet"
alive measures been y
r' the most is a friendly greeting ona !, i, : R.O. Dansby, David Lawson. to work ,'" ;,
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City Looting for Coordinator to Handle. ,$3 Million ]EPA, Sewer GrantFunds ,\:' ,;.

should be available by Nov. 1 under Federal Law 93.500 which project This made possible for EPAto ," DIU'11n 1974 Ruckman Is seeking for Saratoga Heights where Gerald dltlonal If a paved road to front or ilea
to employ a grant coordinator for the addresses the upgrading rehabilitation approve a spray field site, for f, federal the city an eventual W.3 million In Griffin is building 2B homes. The home was to be torn up.
of effluent from the sewer plant the funds for tile Improvement council voted previously to Install
sewer service rehabilitation sewer systems, and the
will reach 93- million pl"OIJ'amwhich the removal of effluent from water alternative to washing the effluent and expansion. The city's IS percent both water and sewer lines with no "The ordinance: controls the I
next several over sources down Alligator Creek. tomes to about 1790,000 bringing the addittanalcharge other than the $620 situation," city attorney George
years sanitary engineerDon fetal project to $3 million. home and sewer tap fees, Pierce told Lester In the
Ruckman told the Starke council Problem In Starke Is outside groundwater The city la In the process of per Impact defending
Ort 3. leaking into the sewer line 360 acre tract the oldairporabbot ';! : Grants totaling a $100 water Up fee. and $100 ad- council: from Lester's charges.:
oine 900,000 have
A committee of newly seated floods the treatment plant and cuts its one and ahilf miles '. wi.."a.dy.beca.
councilmen Ted Oglesby and councilman efficiency. The city and Ruckman south of Starke on the west side of US- Yet J be received approved Is some the 1700,000 city. Graham To Ladle Chicken
Vernon SUcox was appointed would like to cut down on the leaks 301 for a spray field site. ,already approved to purchase land forseweerfacility Bog ;
to review and thus, the of Work on the sewer improvementand '
applications for the position. Improve efficiency 1 the effluent, design the
Ruckman said, he had several ap the treatment plant and remove expansion project was begun and complete: the exist 1
plications.Ruckman. effluent now .getting Into Alligator ing sanitary sewer system. At Whitehead Annual Fete Sat.
said he had) several appli Creek. more on ................. ', Culmination of all the projects will
cations. A $179.000 grant application for be s $1.9 million construction
The city has employed fiscal agentHarvey EPA funds was approved In June by which will lines program Gubernatorial hopeful Robert pot of beat stew. Rounding out the
Hennon to handle the sale of aMO.OOO the city council to patch leaky sewer ELECTIONFrom to some wing areas of the extended Graham can add another day to his feast will be bar+a-. meats, role
$ bond Issue to be used as part lines. city with a concentration In the Reno 100"working days"when he becomes slaw, Iced tea. Coca; Cola and coffee.
of the city's required 25 percent Some 230 "reaches" a term the ( Page 1) area. part of the serving line this Saturday What started as a small hunting
matching funds for the federal Environmental engineers used, were inspected in the of the Science and Technology Back In 1974 the city was prohibited night (Oct. 21)) at Union City sheriff party about IS years ago has
Protection Agency evaluation of the sewer system earlier Committee. Brathwalte has campaigned from connecting any more customers John Whltehead's annual fall snowballed over the years and the
(EPA) grant. The city has some this year. Of the 230 Inspections OS / steadily for one year in his onto the sewer system because the "chicken bog" and political get sheriff expects to feed about 1.500
reserve funds which can be used In leaks were found by the engineers to effort to reverse the heavy odds plant had reached its capacity of effi I together. people. The sheriff added for many
addition to the proposed bond issue be cost-effective, meaning it will pay against him. He has said people In the ciency.Excess ground water Graham and running mate Wayne years he was able to handle all the
and the to fix the leaks. The remaining 135 district want a change to more ing the system made too much water Mixson of Marianna will be only two chores that go with a..large gathering
Ruckman city have been
leaks will be left since the amount of but this has asked for volunteersboth
aggressive, problem-solving go through the plant cutting polubon of the many politico that will be In year
working on the multi-million dollar "
leakage stopped would not be worth when will
cooking begin
leadership.In standards below state evidence at what has become the
sewer Improvement program since the cost to fix the leaks. requirements. and Saturday, ,
the State House District 25 race Addition of largest political gathering the area
Some chlorine to the water In
1974. $700,000 in federal funds
Engineers said fixing the 95 worst "It lakes a lot of work and
and tradition
D- the an annual fall for 15
local Incumbent Frank Williams sewer
plant, a still
tunneled! through the EPA have program being
leaks will eliminate some 113,000 preparation, we will start cooking
Lake, faces carried on, the years.Whitehead
already been approved for Starke, Crystal keeps percentage of
gallons of extraneous ground water Keystone treatment said In additionto Friday and 50 bushels of corn will be
Howard Dunn of above
challenger state
Including a $30.000)( planning grant require'meets. "
from entering the said Whitehead.
system,shutting off Heights. Sec. of State candidate George prepared. Any
$50,000 to put television cameras little more than a third of the volunteer help Is asked to contract the
Williams a six veteran of the By securing EPA funds the city is Firestone the Graham-Mlxson team.
leaks and
Inside city sewer to find ,
gallons day that enters the sheriff at his office ."2501.
per system Its Sen. Richard
$179.000 to seal leaks found by the TV Florida House and is now serving an using bonding power to turn Stone and Rep. Don
extraneously. vice-chairman of the House Finance $700,000 into S3 million. The city Fuqua have already accepted In- Whitehead reminded everyone In
cameras.EPA Is The city council has also approved a and Taxation Committee and as a Ruckman points out Is turning every vitations. Sen. Lawton Chiles Is also Union and Bradford County to attend
The grant being sought
boundary survey for the $3 million member of the Corrections,Probation one of I its sewer system dollars Into expected attend. Many state and not miss an opportunity to meet
and Parole Committee. Dunn Is four, cabinet officers sheriffs from all of and talk with both state and local
northeast Florida and other elected V flea la on a one to one basis.
making his first bid for the In other
action October 3, the city
The sheriff said he the
Legislature. The former Marine council: officials from a county areaare also regretted
iii" conflict with the Union County Riding
expected to attend.
colonel who was a Viet Nam prisonerof
Received brochures and Invited
'i a will Club Fall Frolics but hoped people
for seven has been activeIn Serving begin at 6 p.m
1.. patriotic and years volunteer civic workIn bid on a mowing tractor and motor following the Florida Army would still attend between the paradeand
from John Deere
the grader represen. Homecoming game In Gainesville. the night riding events. He added
Pv' The list area.of Constitutional' Revisions tative Claude Allen. Sheriff Whitehead's farm is locatedoff the date for the party had been setback
Includes two notables .. Florida's -Took 'no action when resident SR-IOO east of Lake Butler. one week not to interfere with
voters will give a mandate on whetherto Lester Roy criticized Uvj council for In addition to chicken plleau the local Halloween carnivals and a
d permit casino gambling the state extending sewer lines at no extra menu consists of the traditional boiledin committment was made before
Capable and will also decide on controversial charge to a new subdivision near the shuck corn on the cob and a big realizing Frolics was the same day.

revision number four, which would
Courageous abolish the elected State Cabinet if more on '
"" Conservative passed. r Vo Tech Bids IFrom p-ge" '.................................... .

\<. Absentee ballots for the General besides the four additive alternates :aught to be housed on site and fund are' 1) more classroom space
Election are available now at the totaling over $400,000 that can be left provide additional class room space at Bradford high classes lire now
,"', Supervisor of Elections office In the off. he said. for some overcrowded courses. housed in old A b"lIdlnIC. :I'1 additional e
County Courthouse. Voteers who will "I can't speak for the board, but I classroom space ul Souihsidc.Starke.
,to.t be out of town or unable to vote on won't vote to spend any more than New construction will Include classroom Lawtey lirooker. and Hampton
election day can fill out an absentee we'll get for the project" Interjectedboard space for diesel mechanics, Elementary Schools 31 a cafeteria at
ballot at the elections office or mail in member Vernon Parmenter. heavy equipment commercial truck the middle school. 4> walls In the
their votes. driving, and refrigeration and air- middle school,and. perhaps S) a new

...........Ili.................... .That Is, and always will be, the conditioning. plus shot space for roof for the middle school.Of .
ouN concensus of the board." Mrs. heavy equipment and welding and a the total$519.000 In capital outlay
PINE LEVEL BAPTIST CHURCH Spengler stated. After more discussion new administration building. The funds available to the school system
Roman Alvsres Pastor Mrs. Spengler urged the present administration guidance besides the$1.58 million for Phase 4 of
board to move on the matter. offices will be used solely for gui the vo-tech center $209.000 Is approved
SUNDAY: "Gentlemen. Let's do something." dance. the BUS cafeteria renovation
Parmenter asked for an on-side To put within the$1.58 million designated project now underway at a cost of
Radio Broadcast (WPXE); Sunday meeting. "What for. we have the architect Salley suggested the $173.000( construction price. In addition
House of School 10 a.m.; Morning Worship, 11 plans."asked chairman J.T. Parrish. following areas totaling $413.704 to the funds Includes 262.000 In
Representatives a.m.; Adult Choir Rehearsal 5:30 Parmenter replied he wanted to be which the board could cut: 1) west the current allocation of state capital
District 25/ p.m.$ Training time 6:30: p.m.; certain about the project before campus paving limerock and storm outlay funds.$20.000 from capital outlay -
Republican Evening Worship, 7p.m.. voting to spend$1.58 In public money. water 178,38(1; 2 1 west campus paving funds held over from previous
General Election Nov 7 1978 WEDNESDAY More talk followed with Parmenter $17.078; 3)) media center $148.400! ; 4)) years, and $4H.om> In capital outlay
reiterating he wouldn't vote to spend individual manpower training and and debt service fundH.
Mid-Week Service 7:30: p.m.; Adult any more on the than the state student lounge $145.000; and 5)) There Is some flexibility IIH to where
PlOd m.PoWicil" ,Ad t Tom Casey trying to smooth the way Vo-Tech Director Ted Oglesby says source can be spent 1111 long as theexpenditures \
- - - of Is looking at the arc fur Mate approved
with words. Mrs. Spengler. tired ie project: optimist-
) .
-.Ii waiting on the men to move on thecrlP'l. ically hoping he won have to cut any projects according to Business .
r--- : finally moved to Bubmit or the proj act .
=2 NOW!!! .- u flU.'I'II! tr",.. %.. wheEducation 0tta "Asr"nct r9gdnr'rpgclrlhlrti3) >M. ..1t.1.lii J' fJ U"r'ot' f.J: JI
--- and to ask for bide, Jim team from SUE will determine what vo-tech center was second on a list of
Lawson seconded; the vote was 50. other school construction Is needed. 21 projects approved by the 1977
r SATURDAY BANKINGFrom Included In Phase 4 of the vo-tech The school board can only spend state session of the Florida Legislature/ ,
center are one new shop building construction,, on state approved pro- Supt. Tom Casey says. Director Ted
I directly In back of the present shop jects. Oglesby,; had to write education spoclflcutionx I.
the PEOPLE WHO CARE and additions to several existing Some projects the administration for the project "about a
:: buildings. Completion of Phase will. thinks will be approved by the Inspection dozen"times before the specification
allow all vo-tech classes now being team for expenditure of state were approved by SOt

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e p.m. Friday Wednesday 0 7 ichool 10 a.m. Warship Services II Blgham' who were employed at gravy, mashed potatoes, peaches.. .
p.m. YI'E!: at f p.m. i.m. and 7 p.m.Prayer Meeting The Jacketa have arrlved\at Rh' front Style tl cornea In various Lawtey Elementary l Iaat school: term. butter milk.TLESDAYOct.
.KVEKORKEN: : BAPTIST: Sunday Wednesday at 7 p.m. school.: Those of you who haven't red : 24- 24Beeforonl. green
colors- black
School 10 a.m. Warship Service 11 .SMYRNA MISSIONARY BAP. picked up yours pleas do so befortf maroon kelly but royal the blue but have accepted positrons at sweet peas. apple sauce cheese .
am. and 7 p.m. Training Union 6 TIST Sunday School a.m. Worship makke.itf paying by check pleas*"' Mom or name Imprlntea.without The size em- Brooker for this school term. Our Mscuit. milk. < "
p.l1'\. ; *'rayerMeetingWednesdaya,((7' "Service II a.m. and 7 p.Pi. BTS 5:45: payable to LAWTEY, are from: S 6.6 M 10-12 1 14-19, for principal. Mr. Hall did the engravingon << MEDN'CtiDAY. Oct. 21- Pbta,4oleIS' '
p m. ', > p.m..Prayer Meeting on Wednesday ELEMENTARY SCHOOL. We are students,or S-!* .' M 31-<40. L .42-44, each. Mr. Duncan,. ,our former. slaw. tater tots fruit cup milk; "".
.KIRST BAPTISTRadio program at 7 p.m. also taking re-ord.ror Ulnae who EX L 46-48 foi iU.. .. Till RSOAY. Oct. :Sausage Iinkg4's'trice
onWI'XEB a.m. Sunday. Bible School would like to get one and didn't send In principal, was given a key ring with and tomato gravy. green beans :
10 a m. Worship Service II a.m. andasMIMU. the form for our first order. Those A BABY SHOWER was given for his name engraved on It. Mrs. Betty pears, hot rolls, butter, milk. '
Prayer. 'MeetingWedneaday'c.mp.m. must be paid-In fuf at the time of the Mrs. Sharon Golden our sixth grade Bloodworth and Mrs. Evelyn Sinclair FRIDAY. Oct. IT- Chicken pot pili.
: SCHOOL NEWS ordering. Total price for each lackct teacher Friday October 13. The also attended. Refreshment and lettuce and tomato salad apple sauce.
.FIRST BAPTIST Cllt'HCIIiStinday: : Including tax Is 112.37.:Style I.'cornea 'acuity and staff gave Mrs. Golden a punch was served to the 35 present slice of buttered bread milk.
School 0-45 I m. Services TEACHER PLANNING DAY
Worship 11 with an emblem of a "dolphin" and' memento the
droller as a occasion.:
a.m. and 7'30 p.m. Training Union FRIDAY. OCT. 200 "Lawtey Dolphins Imprinted on the '.
$'30 p.m. Prayer meeting" on Wednesday \ SCHOOL FOR STUDENTS! ':" ; ':'N ':':::';'::::::::::: ::::::::,::::::::,,: I
7-3tt Bad Check Artist ArrestedA ,
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..co RACE: UNITEDMKTIIOimTiSundny Our annual Halloween Carnival and Brooker News Card Of Thinks
: School JB:4S: Fish Fry will be Oct.28 at the school man charged. with signing over house Mra. Cummina had escapedout
a.m. Warship Services II a m and beginning at 5 p.m. and ending at 9 SCHOOL MENU: ;:: 100 bad checks In the Ft. Lauderdale her' back door when Gordon en-
1:3Ila: l m. Methodist Youth Fellowship p.m.. Forms have been sent home MONDAY Beef vegetable soupf.cheese '. The kindness and sympathy of area was nabbed by Starke police tered the home.
at 0-30 p.m. Sunday night. Choir asking for various donations. Please toast peaches, garden. salad .. r neighbors>> and friends in our recent Thursday. October 5, as he hid In the Gordon!is being held in the Bradford
Practice on Wednesday night at 7:15: check the Items you wish to donate. milk. ?, sorrow will always remain with us aa closet of a Brownlee Street home. County Jail and will charged with
p.m. The Church has a nursery for and return to school by Monday TUESDAY1 Chicken and rice; peanut, a precious memory. Our sincere Timothy Alfred Gordon 26, of Ft. fleeing a police officer, and burglaryof
I're.school children during worship October 23. These Items may be sent butler cup sweet pickle cranberry, thanks and gratitude for all those Lauderdale waa apprehended by local a structure here but before!' that he
services. to the school with the exceptions of sauce buttered peas and carrots, hot comforting acts. police who were working with Ft. will be sent to Ft.. Lauderdale to face
...IIKIII.AM; I\\PTISTISunday cakes pies and homemade candies. biscuits milk pound cake. '' The Family of Juanita !SimpsonST. .Lauderdale law officials who want forgery charges.
School 9'43 a.m. Worship Services 11 They should be brought to the school WEDNESDAY' Boiled beans cab-"' Gordon to answer charges of forgery. .Starke police also arrested two
a m. and 7 p.m. Prayer Meeting on the day of the carnival. bane salad with raisin and 'orange'0 Gordon has relatives In Bradford youths and a former' Florida Slate
WeHday at 7'30 a.m. This year the P.T.O. Is sponsoring a juice dressing applesauce cinnamon .MARK'S CHURCH. County and Starke pollee Investigators Prison inmate on grand [heft chargesIn
..IwU'HA BAPTIST: Sunday School contest. Tho class collecting the most rolls, milk.THURSDAY'. Rev.John Flynn. were keeping an eye out for the the burglary of Joe's Saw Shop on
in a.m. Worship Services II a.m. and money will win a Banner and a $25. Hamburger, gravy, luspect Washington Street. Starke.
7':10: p.m. prayer Meeting Wednesday cash prize.So w.ask students to place turnip greens mashed potatoes pear THURSDAY: 7:30: p.m., special An Investigator Identified Gordon Thv theft of a chainww, worth over .
at 7'30 pm.JIOIIGAN. containers In various places and and cheese cornbread milk. vestry meeting; SUNDAY: 8:30: a.m.. from pictures as he walked Brownlee SUM' occurred on October 7 with the
ROAD BAPTIST, surrounding areas and towns. This Kit IDA Y' Cuban sandwich, green Holy Eucharist: ; 9:43: a.m.. Church Street and followed the man. Gordon three suspects being arrested three
Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship takes the place of the original King lima beans apple cookies Duns, School: : II a.m. Morning Prayer; 6:30: fled on foot when he saw the police days Inter 1. H. Henderson. :M. was
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PERSONALS Mrs. Hester Hick, and brother Ho Starling. Joyce Crews. Victor 1.1 A: -in-,law and dater Mr and Mr*.Glen 4&>U MWI"r'runk, frurv. Doyle M :M; >AV: Hamburger gravy. ,
Col. and Mrs. William Wilson and Shuford and family. White here all of byKliiabetbTrrryPhontjNUXMS li.Kiirltiht Starry ttitm. I)nvldItoKirs. muKhtxl putal..... pt'1Ij.11tII1ft'' .
their daughter. Miss Doreen and Mr*. (them went to Mr. and Mrs. Jackie G.W ('rucir ..netII..n Wood milk
WendlB Smyth of Jacksonville spent Hogans Saturday and enjoyed a .Vf&f Tl KHI: >>.IV: Hwforoni. greet sweet
the weekend with their Son-in-law and chicken and port barbecue and from their daughter Mrs. Del" 'Wiry, Whetsel's) ulster and brothl Daughter Captain, and Mrs. KIUM| musical band honoring Mrs Cora Dougherty of :Mvltk-n Hall. England .<1aw Mr. and :Mn, K K Lee In the Van and Kim uf L kt'land.It'IIt the milk.
tine and daughter JacqueUne.of Hodges on her Ulh birthday and her grandchildren MraVDauKhrrt ..,\'Alternmn % vttrki'nd with their mothrr. Mrs, MKI: >:M-M\V: : IM'.u. cnle _Ialll'.
Sumler. South Carolina They attended Everyone enjoyed the fellowship )' hint lust returned from ,The 1.aIll'II'Ihll.tlc: Association Wilma Wlli rIMht. Mr and :Mrs. J. tiller loin, fruit cup. milk,
the Promotion Party Saturday Mr. and Mrs Kenneth Prater and German ,:'f rkt'\ Sho.il was a great success and K Meter "heals and Mr. and :Mrs, 11ll H"JluUttllllt' links rice'
for 'apt Line who was promoted to son Dale, of Calhoun. Ga.. spent the Mrs Matx-l IfcmMtc. of Jackson- well attended The winners were as Allen Brown und daughters IXniM.1Una cold tantalum 1(1'8jVl't'fl lH..n..
Major weekend with their mother Mrs yule Is spending. somvlime with her follows Tommy Talum. Harold und (',.iltiid Jut'kwm\" 'Illi1. came prum. but nilln hullrr. milk.
Mrs. .Fred Moor spent.week withher Walter Martin. Mr. Prater and Mrs son-inlaw and Slighter (01. and, ,'IJ..... Eunice: Ricky Tax'b lor. Fate Hnrper ckmn im Suiuliiv% und till of them attended HtllV; thicken pot pie. kttuir
sister, Mrs. Cecil Wade, of Martin visited her sister Mrs. Sidney Mrs Wilham11111I1 artormun (Mime coming ill Grace I'nitrdMethiKlmt mid timialo Milud. upple NUIIIV.ill slice g
T.mpe.She also ,,1.ltNllll'r In-laws Hansen on Friday afternoon :Miss Dorecn Wilson spent the :; l : Church'Senior Imltercd l>r 'ud. milk, .
Mr. and Mrs C Y Mayo and 11ft'broUwr Mrs Gene Pearson attended a weekend with soim- friend tit ..
and itlBtcr.In-low. Mr. and District Caucus of the Democratic VII)Ion Beach Citizens : -, ..
,Mrs. J, B. 80y...... of Tampa. While Commute* In Lake City on Saturday. Mr and Mm Robert K 1.1'1'1' "" 'Ilhl' torrid heat of summer time hi-Hiliili' Ciimr- Join IIIJIKiiiir ,. 'y
there' the visited' her' brother and Mrs Earl P. Troxell and Mrs tended the reunion! iif the flans of'37 uf wanes, the refreshing tang of the fall mer, ri'lirnn-nl IH that period <>f life sick iiiiiiniiUi-i'tluiirmim. .\t U
aiiter-ln-law. Elder and Mr, George k orwurd[ In with HiilHt reported that :\1 r_. Lilly
Boyer of J Plant City She attended daughter Mrs. Reddy Cox. of Howey. held at the Kamadit Inn at HO wo have a fuliandlPllcl agenda great )|i n> iiiul .mlll'IIlllIlIn. Tht-M .liii'km and :Mrx, drwiv :Mmiiifn IIn'
Services with them at Ahava Baptist In-the Illlli. Jacksonville Beach, for the final meetings of 1711 veurn can IM- (tie iH' iniuntt ill a new In llrtuttird 4 mml\\ lliirpltil.\li:
Church and heard him preach.We The Bike \.Thon which was for A venereal dish Iunchuetn-dress up unit lAiitiiiK life lor \HI without \\utkiiMiiiHlMrH: IVurl .CiilMin
are happy to report that Mr. Mr and Mrs. Frank Moniker IlWekll' .(')'"tI8 Fibrosis wan a success with 25 part. will be held next TUl'ld8Oct, frUHlriitum und "wlant'tIN 1 km-;reiurniHl 1 hNe11Pstir|irii>/-.ni4iiiilihimttlilM '
Cecil I Harder returned home Friday ). W. VA.. spent a week with riders averaging JSi: miles each. The :24 Elderly: persona can be as'happy IhlH \IN im upiK'iil in (hi- .!m4in> urn with till Ail IIM'1't"mini'
from :North Florida Regional their brother-in-law and sister. Mr riders hove until the Zlrd: to turn in and 'Irlvolous as children and enjoy 111"11"011.1111')11"| in lirndford (" wish llM'm all u
llmpital. UumpHvllle The hotter and Mrs. Barry Watts Mrs. Walt funds collected for the ride acting the part of the ghmit. IOUt'llll'1lht. Amerk-iin I i-itlim. Koliirv KNiilreturn| in goal iNulllt.Mr .
gave him a gad! report and Mr. and Mrs Honlker went to Mn Joyce, Bennett Mrs. Ola leprechaun fairy or whatever they I lull 1 Klks: :MCHIW. |IA.lloIt' anal ull of ( l",liiil menilx-r. :.Mn. Hurry I
Mrs neuter Kicks was u Friday Miami and will spend sometime with Starling and Mrs 1 Bach attended f.ney. A march around the hall, withjudges air ihurtlH'K In which vines ull/i-nM IdiM-iinliiiie tat was KHid IJlrlinii- ,
night guest of her sliter. Mrs O.JAnders their sister Mrs Genie Bales there. a Ring at Bell Baptist will determine the most abide \\e urge IH| uiHiom und to,' uv \
Mr and Mrs Gary Godwin ofWaxcroM Church on Sunday afternoon. original funnies and prettiest 'ol lhiN4' >wiirthv nrK.ini/iiliimM tllllll.llllUI .
We are happy to report that, Mr, Ga., spent the weekend Mr, and Mrs ...Mcflellan visited costumes or maka-up. discuss this pnijeil in their regular ,\h"III'I\ "-anm sums tllV I'll |t..HI-M .
Arlle Dobbs received a good report with their grandmother Mrs. Truby their daughter.. Mrs Margie Reddishand The KmFather" FoInot St. Ed- wrlit' and meetings and approve. .., nu-tiilM-rii.: : ...., I Ijiim KnlH-rlM andSir '
when he Went to the Doctor In Wainwright and uncle and aunt. Mr, children of bUrke on Saturday uards Catholic Church.:Starke, will their i-lik-rlN piitrons meeting with : / Mike: l.ilhiNilv. Imih ol, "M.iikiWi'MHTl ,
Gainesville on Thursday and Mrs. Jack Brassel. While here afternoon attend with prehaps Home of his their, |Is'ers. III I Krmllord t'otally in\ereililsh| luiuheiMi ill rt..;
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by Elisabeth 0.Walker a GadiTuesdjy 7:45: p.m, Prayer In the 11 a.m. 'serrlc*,,. ,Everyone Is
Phone N4.4U3Anniversary 11" Service: Friday 7:45: p.m. TarryingService. Invited to hear them. '
: : p.m. ,Fish and chicken Ebetener Baptist Church Bible Sunday School 10:30 a.m. Brownie Troop 323 Mr*. B, Lennon
Banquet Francis sold each Saturday at the. Class Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. Prayer Morning Worship 11:30: a.m. YPCW 6 and Mrs.S. Morris,leaden meet each
Chapter No.140 O.E.S. will celebrateIts : ',: ? .w1et..>ling 6:30 p.m. Sunday School 9:30 p.m. Evening Worship 1:4I p.m.Ureater Monday at 3:30 pmt at R. J. E.:
anniversary with a banquet Friday be True Church fII G<3t *a.m. Fellowship of Churches is set at 3p Complex. The cooperation of parent
night Oct. 20, at 8 p.m. In the R.J.E. El Each Tuesday at 7:30: purtLS .m. Rev. Richardson: preach His Allen Chapel X M. E. ia needed for all Girl Scout Troops.
Complex. ; Meeting. Friday''at mtr Choir will sing. All nWmber, are Churcbi The Senior Usher Board will Troop 864 Junior meet each
Rev. Robert Dell Jr. pastor of Mr. Service. Sunday School asked to cooperate. sell dinners from the l kitchen Satur- Tuesday 3:30-4:30: in the annex ofRAE
Pleasant United Church of Morning Worship 11 a.m. cIAO'. Sunday School 10 ..m. Morning Church. Volunteer help ""iI
Gainesville. Fla. will be the speaker. 7:30 A.M.E. Church of '" '
Worship : p.m. Mt. Plsgah Wo hip 11 a.m. Fellowship .
Several door prizes will be given. 'i Sunday &:11ooi10 a.Morning Worship Chin elate at 3 p.m. AO members are:. The parents of Bradford 'Middle
.. Bnptlil Church: Wed. II a.m. Rev. F.S. Satchel asked to cooperate Scboo1'met Tuesday, Oct.17, .to
Church Activities 6-30 : 7:30: p.m. Sunday presiding Elder, will preside. In the rtoticet organize a PTA or a PTO.
Greater Bethlehem Freewill : a.m. Morning Worship It fourth quarterly conference for this The Lawtey Correction Christian All parents are asked to cooperatewith
Baptist Church Each Monday at 630pm. : 6:30 \ : Worship 8 p.m. You are conference year. Outreach Singing<< group will appear at the school for the betterment of
., the Tiny Tots rehearse. The : First Born Church of The Uvlag Greater Allen Chapel A M E. Church the children.
Senior Choir rehearses at 8 p.m. Each j
Tuesday Prayer Meeting 7:30: p.m. u n- J oJ-"'tU" "'iI .... -M.NJ -.- -... -- -- -

Wed. at 7 p.m., the all Male Chorus : Safety Patrol SOUTHSIDE ELEMENTARYwill
rehearses. W::d. at 7:30: p.m. the
B 'gins Serving
groups from the Mission departmentwill have a May Festival this school room the library' helper for this six LUNCH MENU
hold their weekly meeting. Group to the Safety Patrol year Instead of a Halloween Carnival. weeks Is Lynda Ferrl. The students MONDAY, Oct.: Hamburger on
1 will meet at the home of Mrs who started serving Oc Southside plans to encourage the PTA with perfect attendance for the first bun lettuce tomato French fries,
Rebecca Allen Group 2 at Mrs and student body to support the six weeks of school are James purple plums, milk.
Mamie Mitchell's, Group 3 at Mrs. will who will serve through Starke Elementary May Festival Carlton, Bruce Davis Lynn Dukes
Rebecca Daniels. Thursday at 7:30: 27 are Wendee Hall and details of which will be publlsheblater Leroy Griffin, Robin Hersey Wesley TUESDAY., OCT. 24 Spaghetti
p.m., Its Story Hour at the church. ) from Mrs Carol Johnson, Valarle McCloud Jose with meat sauce, cheese, tossed
Friday at 8 p m. the men will sponsor grade, Brad Stroble Carnival chairman John Wayne Melocio Kelly Moore, Darlene .salad peaches, rolls, milk.
-- Hart from Mrs. Ernestine Mersey will be seeking volunteers to Norman. Lisa Smith, Kelly Jo James,
-Mrs. Thelma Knighfa assist in booth building as well as Suzy Wilson and Chris Thomas. WEDNESDAY OCT. M Fish
Kristin Alday and other needed areas. Letters will go From Ms. Phyllis Goldberg's fifth grits, cabbage: slaw, .fruit cup. cornbread -
ridge from Mrs Iva Jean home to parents on this and other the library ...I.tanilar. ,,milk.THURSDAY..
To All The People w.tiodQH'j Greg Wiggins from carnival details. Michael Chappell and Jeff Sherman.Studentstmakingiresearchireportsj .

I Slefferman's fourth-Rtth "* : .: .OCT.Hamburger
\ .Jason Hugglns and Robin Footlea.Stationary Jay Hayes-The Star Spangled Ban- gravy, mashed potatoes,green beans,
And Voters Of Mrs Sandra Duncan's To Be Sold at 88 Elem. ner; Laura Garcla-Spuunick; Allison apple .sauce milk.
room, Ritchie Overstreet PTA projects chairpersons Mrs. Denmark-Johnny Appleseed; Erika
Bradford County Maslowskl from Ms. Sue Uttleand Mrs Donna Gruen have Gruen-George Gershwin; Monica FRIDAY OCT. Z7 Chicken and
'. fifth grade and announced that the PTA annual fund Maslowaki-Quakers; Ritchie Over- noodles -peanut butter and Jelly
and Sandy Brown drive will be launched the evening of street-Eddie Rickenbscker and sandwich buttered peas, grape fruit
: : ; ; ; Elaine Wood's fifth grade. the Halloween Carnival with the sale Augustus Caesar; Jennifer Johns- and orange, milk.
,::: are very beneficial in of footies and stationery. Rutherford B. Hayes; Paula
walkways and grounds These two chairpersons and their McKinney-Lelf Erikson; Tom Wat-
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My And Sincerely after school. helpers will operate a booth at the son-House of Burgesses; and ,Lynn

Support You Gave Me carnival selling these two items. The Holtzendorf-The Mayflower. The good .1 t '
'" CarnivalSet students will become involved on spellers with perfect scores are Mike
October 28 Monday. Oct. 30, through Friday Chappell. Allison Denmark, Theresa BROOKER f fIN
Nov 10, after a written parentalpermission McCollum," Paula McKinney, Jeff
I Will Continue To Work For '
Halloween Carnival is received by the school. Sherman, Michelle Hall and Richard BRIEF
And Use Good Business Saturday October 28, from Children will take home letters with O'Steen. The children showing poetic "
p.m. on the South lde further details of the sale and Information creativity this week are Tom Watson By Jeannette Prescott
For The Next Four Years school grounds. 0 on prizes they will be Allison Denmark, Laura Garcia
for the various fun games eligible for as a result of their sales. Tracy Rowan. Richard O'Steen and "
cents each if purchased at All PTA fund raising for this school Monica Maslowskl. 485-I71S
However, tickets will be term will be concluded before The State Assessment Testing in ,
Thank You October 27, at both December 1. grades three and five has gone Baby Shower! : ,011"
Friends of Mrs. Linda
Elementary and Starke Last year's footle sale was very smoothly. Results will be made Qulksall.honored ,
for 10 cents each ticket. .successful and this year the famous available to parents as soon as her with a' baby shower,
Trust And all South lde and all footies will again be offered along received at the school approximatelyin Monday. Oct. 2. at her home.
students to bring with another choice the stationery. December. Hostesses for the occasslon were
school on Friday to pur. Footies. which make excellent Margie Polk, Betty Johns and Tammy
stuffers will cost one dollar ftlchols and Mrs. Johns.
tickets at one-third cost of stocking Mrs. Ferguson's
sold at the carnival. .per pair and the stationery will sell for kindergarten class visited 'the About 20 of her friends were present
E. W. is very happy to Invite all ,;'one dollar per pad. Bradford County Public Library Oct. she received many nice things for the
parents, students Parents will want to help the 10. Librarian Dan Smith showed a expected Baby.PERSONALS ,
to attend the Halloween children remember the costume filmstrip "Lollipop's Dragon FirstHalloween" :
PdPolAdv Pad For By I! at the school grounds on parade prior to the carnival. Costume to the children. Mrs. Zulene Harrell also Mrs.
Stansbury! Street. Slarke Elementary! judging will be at 4 p.m. In the Florida All parents are invited to visit the Sauls, is In..North Florida Regional

--- ------ _.___ m___ _________.__ _______._ Bank Parking lot and the parade will library and see the pumpkin faces the Hospital In Gainesville We pray they
begin at 4'30 p.m.Clanroom. children made whit at the library. will be home soon. I
Please keep Mrs. Mamie Hodges '
ActivitiesIn your prayers as she's not doing well In
wm in Mrs. Sandra Duncan's fifth grade Ala hua General Hospital In

Gainesville. .
Mrs. Ruby Hodges before being
t- SCOUT NEWS admitted tothe hospital herself
visited her brother Robert Green In
by Carolyn Eaves Beulah Lennon and Sarah Morris at Memorial Hospital In Palatka.. Mrs.

When to 5 % RJE. Ruby .Hodges is home now after
you can save up Members of Troop 660 enjoying Troop 491 meets with Willie Mae. spending the last 3 weeks In and out of
everything but the cold weather at Randolph Alachua General Hospital and North

Camp Chowenwaw Senior Weekend Troop 083 meets with Andrea Regional. Please keep.. her. in. your. .-
included Catherine Schoenlng Patty Abrams on Monday. at Sgittbsld .
-Busing gas instead 'Joyce Walnwrlght Dawn Elementary. prMVrrand? Mrs. O W. Parrlsh of
Schoening. and Laurie Mullins. Troop 690 meets Wednesday at Providence and Mr. and Mrs. Olan
Saturday the girls were divided into South lde with. Debbie Purvis and Parrish of Lake Butler visited their
groups by ages for a Human Sexuality Kay Waters. aunt .Mrs. Ruby Hodges, visiting her I.
of electricity Seminar. The Seminar consisted of Troop 311 meets Wednesdays at the also were Bernice Suggs ,of Lake .'
two parts: Knowing yourself and Methodist Church with Judy Dukes Butler and Joyce Redding of Mac-
.. Anatomy and Physiology. They and Joan Hall. Clenny. recently in the Hospital and at
discussed various questions con We already have changes in the home. '
f to heat! cerning pre-marital sex, curfews and Junior troops to announce. Troop 614 BIRTHDAY
7 L714 working. will meet Monday evening at .
Most Brownies are meeting now: South lde at 7 p.m. with the same Little Monica Lynn Quicksall
Troop 325 meets Mondays with leaders Elizabeth Younts and Mon- celebrated her 3rd birthday Septa 27.
terey Wasdin. Senior Scout Irene Mr. and Mrs. George Tetstone.whose
Wainwright will be helping with Troop birthdays are exactly a month apart
605 and Joyce Wainwright will be celebrated together this year. Mr.
PLANT NOW helping Cadette Troop 520. Great. Tetstone. Sept. 27. and Mrs. Tetstone
.Thanks to all the above mentioned.All Oct. 28 both celebrated Sunday Oct. I.
leaders plan to attend the Songs It was a very happy occasslon.
I Enjoy A Rich Green Lawn Or and Games Day this Saturday at the

Pasture All Fall & ,Winter Methodist Church 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., f
and remember the covered dish. If wewlsh Jack Hodges a very speedy \
( ; RYE GRASS you have ,ia favorite song or game recovery.he had a heart attack and Is
please come prepared to teach it. In Lake Butler's. Union General
If you know of someone who Is In- Hospital.LEGAL .
\1 r SEED $ 135 terested In working with Girl Scouts
p i ,BLbs, please give me a call.
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rT/G W1W/ TORO FALL SALEWHIRLWIND CoAtlanta, Georgia YOU YOU ARE HEREBY copy of this Notlc of
.NOTIFIED that the administration Administration: hit been
II an action for ( of the Estate malted are required.
I CENTRAL WALL FURNACE 19" Cut Push 3 H.P. MARRIAGE, has been filed .Underhill'Deceased File MONTHS FROM THE
",1I Model No. 18081R.p. against" you Robert Alan Number ,,1-2896. Case DATE OF THE FIRST
I McCracken and you are Number 78-371-CP, ,la PUBUCATION OF THIS
I 65,000 DTU's required to serve a copy of Court for Bradford NOTICE to file, any
:11 89" $14495 your written defense If County Florida Probate) objection they may have
:: any to It, on the plaintiffs Division the address of that challenge the
attorney, whose name and which to P.O. Drawer, p raoneJuIM,
Heats Up To .".. address is Thomas M. Starke Florida 32081. or the venue or Jurisdiction .
EKvell P.O. Box 1086. The personal rprMnta of the court.
I 21"'Self Propelled Stark, Florida :32091 and tlv*of the estate Is Velma ALL 'CLAIMS
.. Model No. .18287R.g.A279"X19495 fs the original with the Harms 123 Enterprise' DEMANDS. AND 0B-
6 Rooms clerk of the above styled Suet Brunswick JECTIONS NOT SO
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a judgement may be repS reeenrtMhYettta rr r y Date of the first \
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October 10, 1978. .Gilbert personal riepmaenunlwe
of the Eatat of VascoJefferson
sT S. Brown As Clerk of said .
OF THE FIRST ': '""Underhill''o.cad. '
Slade ONTROLa Court, By) Beulah M. PUBLICATION OF. ,THIS; v
Moody. As Deputy Clerk. NOTICE to fta wttrt vw ','
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clerk" of the abov court
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Year Drought Against :E;! rest:

"They'd like nothing better than to three Forest, losses have been In Lake Weir 20-0 lost an overtime iinernraer. and Duane Slack,number!
beat us after all these years" Mid District S competition so the Wildcats heartbreaker to Alachua Santa Fe 2114. 40, -safety, art quick, .'&grea.IVIUtert
Ocala Forest Coach Jim Sim- don't have playoff aspirations for the crushed: Leesburg 38-0, and last that lead the visitors defense.
moos."We're due for I win over first time in years. Probably for the weekend lost another toughie 12-10 to jOttjtwivrty Forest will run Iron. ; 4, \
them," Mid BUS Head Coach David first time ever Bradford will be North Marlon. As Forest fans will tell Junuoh5diflel4! the I with an all i
Hum I' both thought of the Friday, favored to win a gridiron meeting you a couple of plays could have made : throwing and toting !
October 20, clash between the two between the two schools their 'Cats a 4-1 team too. } Henry Priest andChrW.Yjincey
teams at Bradford Field. ba..hllred time at the
Though tomorrow meeting -uarwrback, slot and Hunt++'JWd, both ,
night's! I
II, a. the saying\ goes 'a newballaam. oh good on films. Bradford's stingy
." between the 4-1 Tornado flConOary can expect another tnt M
and the M Wildcats, neither coach +it,*.Wildcats don t shy font putl tg". '
ball in the air When they do throw,
could help but think of the past in the
tix year old series between the club i vHdejot Ricky Patterson, .number;W.ft t-
that has been thoroughly dominatedby et'I I a H.>10*ly target.
the Ocala school. n
The teams first played In 1973 when re a At running back Forest'Is very
Bradford met Forest in a postseason lp ble.Number 33 Calvin,Taylor is a
bowl game and came away the<< 1. 2AMt fullback: who' has run over h
winner. Since that time the rivalr. any a tackler M Junior Season lie'
has been all Wildcats. /notably the\ herdeet-mmnlog back
In 1974 Forest deflated Tornado I hits has faced. Running mate Stanley
state title hopes with a 8-0< ) playoff dwards,n, 190, gives OF solid 1-2 Bradford Coach David llurse Is a close observer as offense sad defense
semifinal win and went on.to win the ,ande,m. collide In a BUS practice session. Friday Bight Tornadoes collide with Ocala ;
Florida class SA title. 304 pound tackle EdmondStricklknd Forest at 8 p.m. on Bradford Field.
In '75 Forest repeated as stat t< Is the biggest lineman on a
champions: again knocking BUS out Cat of the playoffs on the way. In 1975 the pound'*}a man TELEGRAPHSPORTS "
schools opened a regular season 'BtUradford!\'
series and the 'Cats whipped the will go Into the game In
Tornadoes the regular schedule and rt iatlvelygoodshape.ThreeoffensiveInemenJuyGriffis
then again In first round playoff n< ( ; Kurt Minton and ;1 1L1w
Uon. Last year Forest dumped Bradford J .Mm\ Valinnkl. are due to see action
In the regular season matchup for tho-first time this year after ore-
for their fifth straight win over BUS season injuries and swing tackle Josh
As the teams set to square off lor Sutherland Is back In pads after an
the seventh time Friday night It Is It's follow the leader to the water during a lull In a Bradford football practice arm Injury.Also Bradford has had an
obvious Ocala Forest la not the session. extra practice week after the loss to
dominating force it was in past years. Eastskle.
The youthful'Cats start IS non-senlors "They aren't the team they will be Eight of the underclass starters for 'rliThe
and have struggled through the next year" Hume said of the Juniordominated OF go on defense where the Wildcats Open date helped us," Hum
first half of .the season. Dynasty- Wildcats, "Forest Is going will line up In a wide range of forma acknowledged "We got some people ,
building Head Coach Brent Hall has to be super next year," Lions that has Hurse and the Bradford healed and we also used the weekto f
gone toUve Oak High School and All- This year Forest has been less I than coaching staff wondering how their go-buck over some basics and
American quarterback Tyrone Young super competitive.They lost their power I offense will fare tomorrow concentrate on some fundamentals.We .
is at the University of Florida. All opener to Bastalde 22-0, then shutout Juniors Tripp Wallace, number 99, had short practice sessions, the % I

kids got, ome early fora change, and 4 ,
they came back to practice fresh the
next day. We got a lot done." r! r 5- IsIw iI \
""We're at mldseason and that'sa __ !
lot better than most people thoughtwe 4
would do this year" Hurse continued j j1
"if we can do that well or ___
L better in the second half of the seasonit
will be a very good year for these
"We still! have a good shot at the
playoffs'," he added almost as an &&
afterthought and of course, that's

one of .our goals" at the beginning of Tornado nonrKuard Kevin Reddish seem to be <-iijn>lnK tullhilicnlco+ after a
every-season. three hour workout Monday

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Nowadays successful t r
businesses-like yours ,
reach the point they have 1W1 -, The Tornadoes take an Ice break as they prepare" for time during the open week while vimrriilrullnx on run-
to rely on computer .L.ir M k% k Ocala Forest this week. BUS has cut back on Its pi active ilumrntals.

electronics to continue their r ". y
success.And technology { a' ''fi\ "

of hardware an Impressive from line. %j'jaj." # ,.eJ .I ii a ,/. 1 aYi1 'i--' ,.-. BC POp Warner Teams Lose, Forfeit, Don't PlayOne I

which all expensive to choose! ". y t Bradford team lost one team played well. Kevin Griffis was Is on 13 the game could be rescheduled' for a I
:t forfeited and one team didn't play In stops with Brad Brown in on 11 and later date. !
can: compute 'N' r ,; Pop Warner football action Saturday Craig Sapp eight. Bradford's Junior Peewees hud thewwk
a business loan" { 1 '. Oct. 14. : fThe The Peewees forfeited their game to off.Saturday.
to get you the, ".. s __ ,r v :; ? Keystone after a scheduling rniafu. nil three Bradford teams
system you "" 50 .. Junior Midgets were the losers The game was originally scheduledfor are home for Ieheuder<< at
need-without >" !. coming out on the short end of a 20-0 4 p m.Saturday when the KH team Bradford High School: Held. The J
overloading e 3 j. w score in a game against Bel-Med. changed! it' to Ip.m. Conference officials Junior pt-ewocH play Orange Park at \
'" Start running back'Kenny Davis was' then said the referees for the I 11 t a.m. the Peewees m..'' (rein Cove '
your financial ..", .-t-*. : \ ,j' r Just over the 118 pound weight limit game would not be available at I p.m. al 1 p.m.. and the Junior :Midgets! face i
plcture.GIve >10 vp and two other Cowboy players failedto and moved the game back to its, irei-n Cove at 3: p.m. I
us a coll.,we're e, a show up for the game leaving a thin original starting time notifying both Is' I
standing by tor : 16 playerteam to face Bel-Med'a 35 teams. Bradford players and fans still Another Pop Warner dance
scheduled thCivil Defense
4 player rooster. Vince Culver-son led showed up at the Keystone field at I !
and Building Saturday ght starting
the Junior Midgets struggling offense p.m. In the confusing situation
Our business t r 7 :Mil Youngsters In eighth grade
e p.m. !
with 35 yards rushing and also con- then apparently forfeited when not at I
bbuslnesses-. a"r Bradford and Mow are invited to attend along
tributed 12 tackles on defense where the field at 4 p.m.
like yours A. JM coach David Bennett said his club spokesman say there is still a chance with parents. I


"...< ,1 Cowboys Tie Dolphins For 6-.9 Flag; LeadThe I I

.' Cowboys won twice last week to Cowboys 24.Dolpins 20 25-21 to even their record..,at three ,
pull Into a.:first place tie with the The Cowboys pulled Into a first ulnit- three losses of the season. '. ,o,' J
Dolphins+ In: Starke 9-9 year old flat place tie with the Dolpms as they built The Stealers and the '
... football play sponsored by the Starke up a 24.7 win and held on for their Raiders Hal Wood trader touchdown J.
Lr-> Recreation Department .fourth win of the season. runs In the first half. Taylor scored on
if/ i They led 12-7 at halftime on runs of a 25 yard gallop to put the Steelers up ", .\
Wednesday's Play i 28 and five yards by Coburn. In between o-0 but Wood came back with a IS yard..
the two Cowboy scores Wendell Tl run that gave the Raiders a 7-6 'I
Steelers 12- eTheSteelenshocked Shanks had,'zipped off a 40 yard lead when Chris :Nocgel ran- In the
scoring: run. extra point conversion. Taylor .J j \
the previously The Cowboys blew the game openon regained the lead for his club on a 40
unbeaten Dolphins 12-0 Wednesday a 25 yard TD run by David yard run but a 35 yard gallop by Wood' :"
'; October II, for their second victory ofthe ; Williams and a 15 yard pass interception and u two point conversion pass from '
J' season. return by Coburn that gave Wood to Dewey Williams fave the 'II
". In the first, ball' David Williams them the 24-7 win. Shanks scored on Raiders a 1a12.halftlme edge. 'v'1.:':
'(. A.n picked off a Dolphin pass attempt to late runs of 30 and 45 yards but it was The Stealers Ron Brown scored on' rruns
set up i the go-shsad: score. The ;oo lltt.e too late,.for'Ills club. of 11 and 23 yards as the winners'' '.
Steelers TD came on a run by Chuck '' built up an insurmountable 26-15lea&" ,. I e
Coburn. ':The winners pulled out In Steelers isj RaldersJt. Woods added the final score of th.. .i. II
front by. 12 on a 45 yard pass from game on.. a. 4O, yard run. 3$' ,} J, !
Steelers outscored the Raiders '
Coburn t to Williams in the second half. The .."",' .,.t

Hunters Beware. :.'. t : i II
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fore Judge Elxle Sanders. recently and Steven Spencer, 19 of AlachuaiMf i '
Hunters the fourth? a Juvenile,has his case still received the same fine and license: ,'.' ,
pending suspension as barber.'Conflkcated ''; :: ,
Sank IpeyWildllkfeoffllcce" J mesHubnerof: Ralph, Becher Jr., 21. of High & t
: Springs, was sentenced to 10 days In at the scene and handed';.5:. "J
at Stark* "-' .4 .Keystone Heights apprehended tail, a $232 fine, and the loss of his over to the Florida Game Commission ,; .
; 4' ?'w57 tJoa.taonalClerkSu.e1904O647060''Lit :men hunting deer at night near the bunting license for three years. were two ..spotlights one 30.06'v' I
9 ; ,;Intersection of SR-237, and,SR-18 04Three )'.'.:.-. Roger..Barber. 18, also of High Remington Automatic Rifle and one," '
Mcmbot rotC '171/riot Ida National Saab ol floil o,in ; August l4. *B&fc.>-, ; - 35 caliber Marlin Lever Action Rifle.
4*', A ,' ;;ii ,- -o; vi, ','v-s ;.Vj u ;i of the men pleaded guilty be- fine and lost. his license for one year.

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i Kitchen Close, But Still Uiif J efbilletMac's '; ', : I !

Jumps Into 2nd Place'Tie" / ,,..."",M.1IIIiII"1M "!

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stood at 23-19>> before "
but !the score ''' f ;
scare ..
Kitchen' .
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,remained undefeated and In first McGee's last touchdown aerial. i '''Ii,i I't .
In Men' Flag Football lastSunday. Mac's Music Shop took a 14-0 lead .... -
place :
October IS, while Mac'i Into halftime, a* Chris Chandler hit fJf.
Music Shop Jumped into a second- Fred Hollis from two yards away,and ''t'I

place tie with a win in Sunday'ssecond strike to
followed with a 19 yard "
game. .Wayne Berry. Anthony Common ran ''i"
Randall McGee,
subbing Tile quarterback for Charlie Green,rambled in In the first extra point, but the secondtailed. "II! ).".. .",,''',\ ".
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from 17 yards out to open up a clone _I ',, ,. (- --.i.
game that Kitchen's., won 28-19 U' -
over Hampton. 23. Chandler continued picking apart Milton Baker supply the coverage for unbeaten Kitchen
Mac's Music Shop,2-3.was never In the Shark defense In the second half, Way..T..tGM.nd sails over the hands Hampton receiver: Danny MtKlnney illSunday' II
trouble against the Shark's, 1-4. as hitting 'Beaver' Desue from eight Tile as a.pas football won by KT 211-1',
Chris Chandler passed for three yards out,and following that up with a flag
cores and ran one In himself In a 3J: .8 30 yard scamper to make the score 26- Haile led the Sharks to a 13-7 The! offense failed to score: again,
Hendrick ro"65 yards
but Anthony
win.Kitchen's o. halftime lead by connecting with to close out thit
continued their with an interception
In the
for yards
Brown seven
dominance, as McGee led the front- Harold Chandler added to the rout Joe Gordon added thewjMerll' Sharks' scoring show.
with Intercepted 20 y first quarter. Kitchen's Tile hud little trouble with
runner to a 14-7 halftime lead by returning an pas second six with a nineyardrun
scoring tosses of IS yards to Bill yards to end Mac' scoring for the In the second with Haile hitting 1111l"luKlc.! as Charlie Oroen fired
Katliff and four yards to Wayne diiy Anthony Dommon hit Mike Darryl Halle for the two point conveyslonI HX! touchdown pusses to lead a Ui i
Testone. Hampton' first half score Chandler for the extra point. .
used nix different'rl.'c'i\l'rll.
Jackson Prevatt
came when their first score
scoring l Hampton put across for the scores!! openin with I II I curds.
Johns for a 60-yard
Danny In the virtue of a nine yard from
board by pass
the Sheffield. yards
strike The Sharks got on /nr In \\vslev! :111:) u>
Tom Paladin
hit Jackson
After Kitchen' upped their lead to fourth quarter when Darryl Alvarez Tommy Reddish seven to Krnim-u\
out. A with Prevatt hitting Jimmy
22-7 In the third quarter with a 30-yard Franklin Bell from six yards conversion. Hampton's second Bright: m: cards to.Jimm? l'rc\att. 4u
for the .
Halle ran in the extra point. und I'IIfW.\)
from McGee to Emmott Bright, Gregory 'yards tu\\u.\ntfTrHtonp.
pass the on a 56-yard bomb from
action, score came
with McGee running In the conver In Sunday October 7. 4 Wheeler In the third to ICIII111allh.I': (: ('. Kitchen's othei
winless to
sion. Hampton came buck quickly Sharks broke out of their e i-r4 1 +v, y A severe came on a t': yard Interception
though, as Prevatt hit J.J. Wheeler doldrums In a big way as Gregory to ;4: period.The Sharks added 25 points In the return \by Milton Baker
twice for scores, one 40 yards and the fade fired four touchdown passes. 'W.f1'r'r'i\1"' ;: : ?"'!: -' '!I....... --- second frame, as G. Haile hit Joseph Mac'H: :Music scores cumcmoMN
Hampton.Hampton's tiurtvrbiickt'hrla
failed, and a 38-13 win over from the running iif (|
other 10. Both extra points puce followed by a 14-
for 60 yards
l-r) Danny McKlnney. Johnny Powell Presley handler,us ht scored 1 1\\nc nn
... -. Starke Men's Flag Football players yarder to Darryl Haile, and closed out
r. / t Joey Branson and KandyCerbln battle for the ball In action Sunday. assault with another runs ofiasyardsanti( onci-on 111I1'Yllr(1run.
I ffILI but Powell'Kitchen's Tile learn won the war 2H-I over Ha mp the .Chandler hitune Kerry from
L : 1tr. I I won this : touchdown pass to Darryl,this one for for MUC'B other wore
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4 \1dt"" : .i S I Ion. four vards.

1 : ; '. : : Like Winners" 1 I''
JV Tornadoes Lose 4th Still Playing

saying Mac! had his! best-game tit
Palatka the same old we fumble before we score. I
.. / Bradford High JV grldders went Against struck the BHS JVfumbles.. Chenoweth singled out five of his noaeguurd while Griff IK "continued to
malady done
fourth straight defeat with the do the fine punting job for UH he's
their along
.Nt down to Twice drives of over 58 yards were regular JV players "
'- Thursday Oct. 12, at the hands of fumbles. sophomores and freshman who all season
snuffed out by l David
Palatka but the loss didn't dampenthe "It's unbelievable," said assistant moved down from the idle varsity for Varsity team
Scott Allen. Jimmic right.
spirit of Head JV Football Coach JV Coach Ronnie Harris of the their play in the Palatka game. He Sparks
Chenoweth who said afterwards Eric Carroll. Oonlel Kenny 'lark and Mike Teuton plaedfor
Sam regulars
) fumblitls that has plagued the junior praised "1111
-- ". don't feel like we're an 0-4 team. I "we've moved the ball on Doster, Kenny Mack Kenny Masseyand the JV against"Palal k a and
beat Vanguard. Grlffis for their play played well lor us.
we can every team we've played this year but Kenny
Vanguard was the Baby Tornadoes
NiR Y enl opponent Oct 19 and another 0-4 club. Isak

"The kids are doing everything we '
ask them to, we're just making
mistakes that are hurting us,'

Chenoweth I8ld."U'sdiscoureglng. SZtwiwim.
to lose when you 4th
know you should win but we're not

.' .. ready to give up on the season, thal's
for sure. The kids are playing likewe're I

... '. '.. ". going" to win games and I think _
>Ne are.
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Gene Melvin and Johnny Powell of Kitchen's Tile.I .
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I Game, and Fish! Commission. .;: ouu .Ir, Wwwu .,,?'The fetarkf Gail tin)Counfar Member. lub te .
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4-fc.os HO
Hunting Sunday, October 2122. 3 $100 .

to see how really good? a wing- Alligator Harbor),including Alligator The entry fee is $5 per person wi th CINE StalksTOMATOES
shooter you are this season Point. member encouraged to invite a
Try petting your daily limit of Legal shooting hours are noon to every If
Members can up
Florida streamlined speedsters, the sunset.The daily bag limit II I 12 birds non-member.can't find a non-member pair part-
mourning dove. with possession limit of 24. they
The first of the state's three-phase The Commission will operate four ner. The Calloway handicap with the system first 00
used In scoring
will be
mourning dove season opens October public dove fields this year: the T.G. In the 3 Lb$1
7 and goes through November 5 The Lee Field In Orange County and fields round being round the course will be
second phase runs November 11 on the Citrus, Point Washington and second ._ '
through November 26 and the final Gaskin wildlife management areas. played backwards. '
is December 16 through Hunters contact their nearest .;;! .. .
phase may .
following the tourney .. :
January 7.Hunters. office of the Game and Fresh Water Sunday night winners .. e : Min
to ..
will be presented
are reminded during the Fish Commission for additional! information trophies of the Annual Club I ,-1In'/ .
October 7 November 5 phase, portions on the mourning dove season and runner-ups q .w '
of Franklin County in northwest along with other general hunting and Championship. ... ',ill': It".. -', r J"" ?
Florida are closed to dove hunting. fishing regula lions or write Game and \ / '.- 'PEJ 1 ..
Closed Is that portion of the county Fresh Water Fish Commission, Interested teams should sign up at ...., 'I LOCAL ,
lying east and south of U.S. 98 from Bryant Building,Tallahassee, Florida the Pro Shop as soon as possible.aI4ERkI "' ';. '"
Linton Landing public boat' ramp at 32304. :-. ? !# Dc TENDER ,.. .
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kale. Forest .quec red out a 'I' .1;'?.r{ $l Bradford's Harriers! also competed :umna tell during the rate and l lath Hradtiiril i hvunti sill run at home '
I X win over Bradford's girls whh ,. along, with a powerhouse field at the ilrnppcd out 'l'UI-.d.} i 4'I i n:, In..1 meal that will
I l'ijilk| won boys trl-mect over Jacksonville I.ell Invitational 'llic tits team had a melt at IIwhKh; I'.il.iik .i lad poiHtlblv. SI 'I
The h I ortwl and BUS at the Bradford High Saturday, October 7 The meet was Muttknnviilnfsdn\ afternoon and \1tII'llnt!! ,

school coone Thursday Oct 24 -- ---

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I ble took individual honors, with a
12 47 Ume en the two miteyard
4 4 course that circles the mtddki Io IMIOIU .,,
field while BUS' Cindy Griffith
IFfifc f" ,' I finished second with a 12:" time, 'i
Other Bradford finishers were Kitty V "
Buddy U, U'onure fourth at 15:37.: Toman 4ti 1 111r t
Callings Kthridgc.: sixth at 19:J4; Judy
.a a a .. r.a .aa llankrrson. eighth at W:10; ''Valery ,
rhandtar. ninth at 1.:23. and Lynn
I Lime Logic In 1-opw, lath at 17 30. It was Just UM t
PrepgporlShakeup second meet of the season for 1M
Lrasure. a promising ninth-trader
The lKa.ig'S!! <:ho1 Athletic Association- recent reclawtiflcallon: won't who Joined tnecross country team Iwo
affect BUS effect elsewhere In northeast Florida makes little dense weeks ati.it
teams the ItatewlU moveupor next and thai miaujilUted
announced year -
the rectification but the recently t HSAA rf'ClulIstricatlon Is In the boys meet<< Bradford was led
going to create more! unfair situations without rectifying the old Inequity. acroHS the line by Johnny Tatum who
wi lobe dropping down! cll"onvl11: Lft and four other Jacksonville high schools look fourth! with an 18 32 time over the
from class 4A to 3A next year while Jax Ikillii will co
from 3A to 2A and the result was a big shuffle in north Horidi's prep spurt<<
deck.: There will.still be tour dlstrlcls In northeast Florida but figure this
out..there will *be fOUr teams In -- ----
two of the districts six teams lit one. and fight

1hilesophy.WTy In another.; To my not way even<*things thinking a that's bit and either make cockeyed moth or cockeyed Bit!!' girls ready l along with the rent of the lit.Id for the I'linl\ Grillllblad. \.\ lljiilii-f.miulcile I'.iin.ini Fahrridga.:' i
about" the Mm number of district up games? every body play the same or start Ilf Curnditt' cross country run In Ntarkr. \ ( handier and I Imrlrnc i.vl l 11&1'" Ii> I
BHS Head Football' Coach and lad\ Tornado rnlrantepidurvd are. from left to right
; Athletic Director David llurse couldn't explain _. s
the logic those -
black-tie FilSAA boys use but he Isn't complaining..he's In ,
one run o\irthf course that will he used p .
of the four team rrr
and Green setups. The Tornadoes will still battle St. Augustine Palutka ,fur \WM: month'i state meet and drew r:
Ours Cove for'diilrlct honors Just as they've done for the past few years. lop MIIIIIH| | from all over >Florida In ;
was only area district left unchanged: The Ocala-cTulni'svllle t
con what ours billed UK the slate chum
nection will be busted up with the four Marlon County schools Formt. plonxhip prrx lewVitlim.il '.
Vanguard Nrth Marten andLake Weir, comprising one' district and (alS, .
Buchholi. Eastildej guts Fe. Perr.Talor County and Live Oak-Muwannrr !, .
hooking up in a six! team loop 1 AAl Junior 10IXH) moleriliump
Jacksonville area clubs will have Hilly Jo Spring of Uradentonlia
only three open daLes to nil next v'I : j
year Jr
because \shortwon (hv dmlaff of
theirs Is an eight team district. Bishop Kenny Frrnindlna Kearh. portion ,
UK- ml 'I with Ml!S'l that ;
Macclenny-Baker County and Lee will a locking
mix it up with the four other Jax 4A
District to make up what should be one or the state's premier districts. "WUH" humid 'unbelievable" by BUS
competition Is the road one must travel to gel to the pot of gold-the girls ni.iih Mdlui) Howard Cindy .
state playoff-and It Just Isn't air to have eight teams battle for the same price e 'irtffJlhIU(again the lop finisher for
another team gets by beating Just three teams, i I
could?S?ooesni pennltproof,but I can think of three or four I ilk IJ>il>' Torntukp who finished :
: divide up nort,i Florida's 3A roster to make two five team districts: and ____ ninth asa loam llvrtlmeofU'm wait !}
two six teams distriqt.; and an eight team scramble...Hard to do.lsn't if good, for tenth place Tamara
BUS Stall Gaudy Bradford's Johnny Tatum {take a' KthcrldRo: wan :&th& with, /a n: 'iMtlocklnu. s
A midseason check at Bradford's statistic sheet shows the Tornadoes have turn in the lead in the early slsgts!!: ofTurxduy'a with Judv llankerson 53th. sa. I
outgained the opposition by 100 yards a game while outscoring the enemy by : rrcws' country rim. Talent I11M.ik! ; >ry (handler 62nd. n: ':.1.:
just over a touchdown per contest this season BUS has rolled up 1.163 offensive finished fourth as the lop Ternad Kilt U'tiHure 63h! H: 'W; Lynn ,
yards thus far In '7$ to opponents' 6B9 stripes-that computes to a 233-133 per harrier Up-r nnd. 1C47 and Churloltf a.;
game advantage for, the 4-1 Tornadoes Geiger; another newcomer to the
.over-three team Hint at 17 W
just mile course Greg Cox
1.099of the Bradford offensive yards-nearly 220 a game-have come front the of Pulatka took the win In 17-37. ;' '. 1 .
ground game with the passing attack netting Just over 13 markers per outing. ,
Other finishers Todd "
The opponents have averaged 96 yards the were Thil l>nv. didn't field a teamIwcuuse
per game on ground and 37 yards pr Samons. seventh Lady Tornado harrMrrindyC 'mib.;
at 19 06 MlkVUiiffvn. .
game in the air. The Tornado output has been good for 16.6 points a game while ; of injuries but did start four BIW Donald WOrnM. forrground.Md number 4, and Orals Forat tenser
the bad guys have been getting 9.2 points on the average. .. i iith: at20'261;! Donald Wilson,' runners in the Ietrace.. Johnny Frank COM sprinted to the finish 8o aa EWe eonicialalale each otherrter ;
Bradford has been getting 4.17 yards per offensive play In '78 while the op 15th at 21'58; Frank COM. 15th at21SB. .. ''Talum finished 87th with a It)'(0):) tim. llM together with -Wilson finishing TvMdHy's Bradford haled two \
(orients have managed Just 2,82 yards a play. .. and Reggie Brown ,19th atZ4.I7 .' with \ hiffen Hth at 19':1nd:i: IMk. IMS Ihaa one second ahead ofKUi mile rta Eble!: wen"" the meet with .
The passing and turnovers department are spots where BUS} has fared worse Ihrnald Wilson 10Hi at 20'111.(! Tixid placer COM. Griffith finishing second. '
than the opponents. The Tornadoes have completed just six of 28 passes 21 ':' f
percent completion: rate,while the other buys have clicked on 28 of 68 aerials fora
41 percent completion mark. Even though Big Red QB Jeffrey Norman has Lady Tornadoes KO Santa Fe I
yet to' throw his Interception as a senior, the Tornadoes also rate second to' ,
their collective: opponents in turnovers. Bradford has 'lost 13 fumbles to the '
i opponents five to make (the total 13 Bradford giveaways to the opposition's 10. I
Volleyball Win Streak to 3
8119 9-I says Dun kel
If you believe In the Dunkel Index, a computerized rating system that rales 2

louda\ high school football teams along with college and pro clubs Bradford .Bradford's Lady Tornadoes ex ClllU'llIT' lU pill I II" only loKH. Of lllf Berry for their team play. "District rivaTTuesday.'Cct d 2/. and. i.
;. ,will. win their Dunk games finish"9-1,and win the district: title. tended their winning \\loIley.II..Peak. season nn Santa !rl' .-u un U u-urn v.hon "We have been playing more close tout lhe!re ular ,feegnwlth. fLil1om
'La.tweek'l ratings gave. BUS a power rating of 541, That hWnf II" to three matches with Impressive the match tortrct. consistently .lately* and have been ialch' s stoat Maee\tnll'! -... Ai,
"a,'..:.Torn (!DfS, arelA".DI\UIOlnt\ WA WifI,' .IJo>,.,"': I"U) t '" "'r t.jru/"J"4: lUl't1'1.J.fI'4tf--'. '' ffll| |)<'!. ) m .. "" t. .........!upM If' fn'e..-*III ..../IIIIIIIIM! ....fJafhi'' _.". 11 II 1 It .
'Wlld ats carr)' a 00/3".aOng/ d tn'"IfIeI'n' 6 i a on c'Ohl aI'ItJve'1Icor I'J or" ( : 'AA. nedoes: cruised Co( an'easy hometownwin uur W : The Dfrtrld s tourney .will lie'
previous games. A team rated so Is judged by the Dunkel'system to be 10 points 'r tournament next' week. T\',,<,f' over District 8 foe SI,"Augustine UHX plays at Palaixa another held p.m.In SL Augustine Nov. a. .
better than a team with a 40 rating but the ratings cha nge every week. The BUS girls, pulled off the area's 15-4. 15-6 to run their! season card to S-
Looking at the rest,of the schedule\ Bradford would be a one point choice over biggest upset when they knocked off a 2. Just as in the Santa Fe conquest! _____ ________ _
Palatka.. S3.0, a 10 point favorite against Ocala Vanguard 4t.9.: a three point powerhouse Santa Fe team at ,the Volleyball Couch Inollurvey said all u
pick against St. Augustine, and the favorite by 14 over Live Oak-Suwannre 39.7 Lady Raider gym Tuesday night Oct. her girls pla\H II''U. She praised her {
The top-rated learn in the state by the way is Unbeaten 4A power "'I. Walton 10, Bradford outlasted the unbeaten starling unit of Jnnltv Joikcl. Terry
Choctawkatchee.74.:3. Gaineavllle Kastside: has a 66.8 rating Gainesville High Alathua tears 19-17 In the first game I'iirnsh Crellui 'Infunte. Sandra CLOSE OUT
64.7.Jacksonville Bishop" Kenny 63.6,and Green Cove-Clay 20.4. .and, then rolled to a 15-2 win in the IJurlll: 'Icrrl 'IhomUH und Janice

Hoop Season Nears .* *. * 11'. .'. .

Basketball season Is already underway on the pro level and not far off for : ::'

, college and high school teams. '., C3 J LPLLO( !J l:
Bradford opens Its hardwood .schedule at the Clay Hi Thanksgiving ;
Tournament November 22-29 while the University of Florida pays its opener at SQUAREDANCE <
home November 30 against Ohio) University in a Sunshine State doubleheader (E t? tootb7 eby
game that will be preceded by a Stetson-North Carolina Wilmington tilt[. ," ;, JWEARABLES
The Tornadoes have eight games on tap after the Clay tourney and before the ",
Christmas break. They close out pre-holiday play l at the Jacksonville Bishop "
K *nnv' Christmas Tournament December 2223. 1
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seemed to have had those bass cornered
bi'e The Bradford Basimasters hen? around Bird Island. We also
I their September tournament on 'saw Edwin Johns and Donald Spen-
v .Soptcmbor 23 at Orange and Loch- cer; they had their plugs on the move. DRESSES '
&&$ \ raer-
,., $ loosa Lakes. The rain thunder and lightning SHOES 1
The boats were launched at the began to get pretty serious on the Fast:
.Cross Creek Fish Camp with all bass- Shore of the lake In mid.afternoon. At Reg. 99
I Ww&aem&l masters eager and ready for the 7 p.m. all the Bas8masters returned to Reg.S198S' $19'
excitement that awaited them. At 7 .
for the weighIn.After
:jiwr;;(*v <' utMlntffr the landing I
r 'a.m, each headed for his favorite all the catches .
.|U* i lU,, I UUC .tl i fishing holeCharles in Dohnie Evans was declared the SALE'I
Evans; and I headed to a winner. Donnie's catch included the :
r spot we thought would produce some' largest bats of the day, Dale Johns
f L ,action but It was a mite slow for us in placed second for the day CRINOLINES ,
,the early morning. We tried worms, On behalf of the club 1 would like to
(HOW SI'ING' Famous psychfatrlHt have Kipalas.Dev 11'. Horse, Snagless Sally congratulate Donnie and Dale for, $999
offered rf wide Variety of etc. Charles had a couple of nice bass their fine efforts Reg
STY explanations for why people on line while using the Snagless Sally, Glad to hear that Sam Wise's wife, $1299
have adorned their bodies one took his Sally near the boat Thelma Is back home from the '21'8 527as P Ii
with gold 'jewelry sine .It began to rain In the early evening tao pltal..We hope she Will soon return'' i 1
'almod the .dawn or time. but Charles and I kept on plugging good health. ,
Theories Include, sexual en- During the rains is when diaries had ..:JL, -Bass Wishes 0l.tl1 I
hancement social or tribal .his Sally stolen. Nell Crawford ,
.status an Inner quest for We bumped Into Eddy Bryan and j ,
immortality, lfdeception, ''Tom O'Brien' .!during the day/ ,they .'. f'i('>"" I
''WiiV (Mi rH self'esteem, superstition IIndrenlorr. ,.,

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:: i or Improved level of services. Avoid the RISK OF' .STATE INCOME M 4l l L." 620 E. Main St. As. .Of November, .., .,2nd, 1978.. ; .
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.' J Everybody Wins Once In 1O-12 Flag PlayEvery 'J I -- -- Fend 4wives On 'In 'a ; ., '

,'M jE ': ,' r, I' ,1' 'I'
team won once and lost once Tuesday's play; : :
22-Chargera 9 .
last week In the wild and wooly 10.12 Bengals27Packers6The Brad Russell threw three touch Punt;Pas & Kick r'
year old division of Starke's Flag
down and threw for two
Football League.Laat Bengals roared to 20 second passes two- ,
hall points and beat the Packers 27-6. point conversions to lead the Gator r
week's play left the Charger the Starke's Hlehie Fender won the 12year In the nine. '
The Packers led at halftime 8-7 on a post Chargers. >evrildvdlvislon<< Incwih.imp
and Bengals. tied for the loop lead withHampton' 10 yard run by Andy Chaff and a two old division of the District Punt. Hut Mixid"finished, netimd,,Itli
Gators just one-half a point extra point pass from Chaff to !Michael Carroll caught, I tw : I Puss and Kick competition In n ran loot effort Ihur'tray/ well nil ttu
game off the pace.Thursday's Randy Balkcom. ,The Bengali: had Kusseir TD tosses will-Woody'.Jones: Jackson\'I He Saturday Oct. U. to win winner's'puce of lltti.1: Hal hud M bit
scored first on a 20 yard TD pass from snaring the other. Eddie Blocker.and a trophy and a trip back to the big city the local content with. .I7H (font. play: John David Francis to Ricky Well. Dude Paladino were on the receivingend : Jfy for the! Saturday Oct. 21. District eight: >'eurl)1d lot'ul n Inner lheV
Charger Fender 20-Bengali scored twice and In the second half the Bengals of !Russell's extra point passe ::; championship: that starts. at 10'30 a,m. Williams t Wok I third In bin dittMhm'
lead the scored on two 10 yard runs by Francis The Chargers lone score cam on a Fender! punted passed and kickedfor 'llic other Bradford dttruntn-it: !(l'"r
threw two scoring: puce the to and a 10 yard scamper by Gerald 14 yard run by Richie Fender In",the k< u'total of 250 feet to beat the second old Kmmcllalkln: *. U >'eur>'nldCeralil (
Charger to victory over Bengal Petleway. second: half. ." ;' place finisher by seven feet In the Tune'it and: Itt your old t'II"11)'
Fender scored on a run of 28 yards '
ivvnt( that included local championsfrom JenklnH-iTict hud luck In the rytfilMlilih ,
on an Interception return of 20 yards moat of northeast Florida. He! Ix wined( on the diHituui";unl and then threw TO tosses to Tommy Yepremian Speaks ToRotariahs punted 1$', feet passed 91 feet and iik'fiirmo nE( one punt me paiui..hititiHiekkk
the win. The Bengali wwBithi ,'
Crosby to park ..'" kicked KVj: feet lor the win. Klchle i >
score came on a 20 yard Chris pass Robin fromJotll'l 'This- year the Florida Gators- are players have ruined his record: ,,?SIB''; said, had won the September 30 local \ slip of the hum! nr loot in Iwlil: q
David Francis to here to play football Berj Yepremlan. kept RotarlanaJ.-'ln" 11'undK' U year old compotlllon with he (hrw uptrlulliei. t'liituiiiiKiter rliminntesr
son. otr Florida Yepremlan U :L'4."j font .\. in such still
Yepremlan, University : score.limdlord's i etinpt, 'IIJIA, ,
Packer iSGstorsSThe stitches\ with his dry wit and wa tender In a standout 'in theStarke .
kicker, told Rotarians five other If wins In ..
place Keystone 't""I.1' 11e'kslnvilb'tioturd
cored the last 16 ovation at the Itrrrrutlon
standing close
Packer at their Friday meeting, October 6. given a ',' Department, nag Ml skirt of the first place needed to .iy lu 6w ill (jiuililv liir the .\rcChumpnHD'hliM
point of the game to beat the Gator of his talk. football league<< and the practice he
In discussing the team uchimtf in the nationwide contest whit-h tail! U I !hildUMMceii .
enthusiasm Born the Island of Cypress In gels week In the league haw to
I 114 on eirry .
said there Is much that culminate with the national iMiiiM'r J"i! mill ft:
more << ; IhvetulMV '
Brad Russell had staked Hamptonto spent most of his be helping him In the I'unt, Pass sadKick
1955 Yepremlan
Last Florida fhiimpiiinHhipd at the Bowlbut. .lt.I l.at1' ,
this year. year was Super Bpi I'' it (prolexHltHiulUnnc J'ICIIJi,11',
a 6-0 lead on a 10 yard run but: the childhood In London where he played : competition.: !
loaded with stars and there there
waste wax some good showings r
super '..:!
Packers went ahead on a 10 yard run soccer Later his family movedto .
by Andy Chaff and a two point conversion ::) much concern over stats, stated Detroit, Michigan. Yp'remial1tame\ I a ,

pass from Chaff to Richie Fen Yepremian."This we not have as to the University of Florida in 1974. Endangered Species"I I
accounted for the year may 5'6" kicker has
der. The defense much talent, but we have Galore who The place an impressive .
last two Packer scores. have blood"he told the Rotatrians. record of 37 out of 37 point TALLAHASSEE"Times are have-specifically instructed our with the mil npurtMtu'n.. thcxr in-
Kevin Johns picked off a Gator after touchdowns and 15 of 20 field going to get tough for a small, highly. .wildlife officers t to use fair but obviously dividtuils In int'ilixilncl miiuirit.vnixl
aerial and returned It 30 yards for Yepremlan feels the Gator coaching goals, his longest one being 54 yards. visible group of people, who call firm arrest measures In all '.'ur -mi rt'llIt'llIl..hip' litlihvletiilinxilc ,
one score and Drew Davl. tackled a staff has been underrated. "Dickeyhas Ycpremian said he spends two to themselves hunters, that are cases of persons shooting protected. hunext* hunter, ho* ';'\'
back In the endzone for a three hours day during off the of all ,
Hampton done a tremendous job. The a season damaging Image Florida's species such as ,wading birds or phi Imt1. ; k
two point safety practicing kicking and a half hour. sportsmen" said Col.! haw kg." he said. ItrunlK willed 'IHI' MNtrlxnieir'atiilMiner
each day during the season. Robert M Brantly,executive director vilixeiiM to us.Isl' the ,'IIt",
As to the future Yepremlan said he of the Game'and Fresh Water Fish ntlsKiiNi by rt'ixMlmtf C lntownlalllh. (Vlatintc
[St. Edwards Church HallEvery Saturday 8.00: P.M. hopes to get drafted by a pro-football Commission Brantly Maid the Commission him tills,,)' M ikllife .Iillhlll'" l"then
\team He would like to play for Tampa With that warning. Brantly announced recently received several reports of 1.'m't..1. tiUiiMMinil: "'rJ"'h.\ II'r.fr:>li'
... .
Bay. Last year when he was being the Commission has begunan wanton shooting of these protected ('Inllnissiod ltiili". '
BINGO scouted for the pros, his height Intensive campaign against bird, particularly small haw kit. lie phial *)!XTlul. 'nl.'h"'I'f'| ;|' mipi
seemed to be a hindrance. "Some said violators who shoot portected wildlife "Thin t type of person Is a thoughtless,, >rlxnutfi", uNHiKlmu-e and 'urfteifIniiiiivN
411 N Tam le Ave Starko, Fla .I was.. too. small._. _They don't.. know my species. careless individual with no understanding in ",'Ip rid their rank irf I he
.11 M Lw <-> > iippleiC'>> who d.inuuo: ilu
hunting ethics. repalaliorld'l1w: ) entire, 1 hum inn
I Iruteriniy "
"These people luck respect: for rlli/eilH may reiVMTiltl.lllllMS !I.>
others, the land on which they hunt railing them1 loll I I rt'l' 11I1111''II"'*'
FOOD CWE WflMT TOBEj and wildlife In general. The hunting I':1111.1111.1 C'It>. I HilMI.;"M.:! ll ;il; l..ike.
fraternity can no longer tolerate such ('Ilr. I,WHM4.-HHn.: ; IK'Jll.1. I IWNIMC:l l;
persons,"' he! said. !Nitro.: : l.ikrl.llll.. I.HiNi-u'lUHUi.' :! : ': : ;.milWest
"While often mistakenly\ associated I'alin "''11('''. I 1'11I111 4:!.' JiMtf;. "

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f red' N d ) Il a 11 Club warmed up the crowd of ""' 8M( Em. >Bu.t' Em.: Thafk Our Club and second runner up was.the
r daugnu l .bt Mr. and J, ,[,"I l fund raising chicken and rice: Custom", construction audience: (freshman C...*. Ii'* <
tit '''R lfCltd. ir. Rotary club members cooked oppeal, and overall appearance wu The skits wen based on originality
R P1h,' ITlllumton iw Queen its___ served over 400 dinners. the Beta Club. The Freshman Class coBturn.a _d, prop, and audience
L I a 'N squeaker Friday _} ., tinder. overcast ikle*.Friday af- float won second place in tie school appeal. Both Tiger Growl 8/I4.the
Union County nTigers I lose a 0011 : category. Homecoming parade were sponsored
Homecoming vlet l'Y. tad, la the las s ra 01 L4 eeButler to view than Winner of the (poat'competiUoa" in by the Student Council of VCHS under
seconds the and other parade entriea. the community category was Lake the direction of Mrs. Marsan.Boyd.Also
m !, ,ipn. Keystone HeightaIndiana. Winner of the float competition Butler Middle School. taking part in GrowL fun were
Meed on appropruUnes to the theme UCHS cheerleaders! band majorettesand
l7-year-old'Ginger la secretary of Thursday night tiger Crowl skit the flag corps > v
Ute. FHA, student council representative 14a competition: was won by the Senior Following Crowl the cheerleaders
I.Q I. *of the FBLA and a member of das*. First Runner-up was the Beta sponsored a bonfire at tho field. -
the FYEA. I < ', ,
Runners-up serving as :
+ Beatrice Homecoming Alexander princesses daughter were:of Two Sentenced to Prison Terms _

A5 r Mr*. Ella Lee Alexander and Well
Author Taylor of Ralford; 18-year-old Two persona: were sentenced to Starke Policeman Philip Suggs,,
Cynthia Mitchell,daughter of Mr..and prison and another was put on probation According to Stales Attorney plan
Mrs. Walter I. Filer of Providence; Monday by Judge Wayne Carlisle Investigator Wiley Clark Brown ale,
Teri Tuggle. 17. daughter of Mr. and in Circuit Court at Bradford County the prescription when he wa taken to
Mrs. C.J Tuggle of Providence;; 18- Courthouse, the police station and an altercationwith -
year-old Mimi! Wilson, daughter of Sung followed.
Mr. and Mrs. S. Sam Wilson of Ronald Lloyd Byers, 23, bringing a
Providence: and Donna Marie, long juvenile record in Florida and Max! Dtatue. :20.received sin month
Worrell III,daughter of Mr. and Mrs. North Carolina with him. was sentenced probation for his plea of guilty to Inland
Robert Worrell of Worthlngton, to four years after pleading run! with personal m)ury". von
guilty to grand theft of a CB radio and corning an accident In which,thrum. ;
Last Donna
..Homecoming'Queen' Ginger DK| .B to crowned by.>Ul year queen, Dora Springs.Schretzmann crowned year'a the queen new some tools from pickup truck ownedby struck a child In Stark, ,Judge'
I $Scnretzmann. .escort! Tommy Moore took ea.I queen. Roy Lester Morgan. Carlisle showed leniency in the case
Threatening\ showers didn't dampenthe after ulfecrvlng that Venue hud no
a spirits) of spectators who enjoyed According to Starke police reports. previous record und the child had not
'r half time festivities put on by the'' Morgan was sleeping In the back of been seriously injured. One cluuwr in
M Union County High School band, flag the truck when the June 2 theft occurred l>eliue'sp'obutlon providcdlluitOmtui( *
carp and majorettes with a tire baton 4i and all stolen Items were pay all million! expenses within four
routine. recovered when the arrest was made. months

Also participating were Mr. and Jimmy L. Brown, 22. of Starke.
Miss Freshman Marshall Read and .received a three-year sentence after Also In court :Mondav. Ik'CII'lAh!
Celeste Beasley; Mr. and Miss pleading: guilty to resisting arrest Stephens Words, 21. pleaded guilty to
Sophomore, Terry McDowell and' with violence. A first count of at the theft of a .357 :Magnum from
; Carita Shadd; Mr. and Miss Junior, tempting to obtain a controlled substance Ronald J.Hall while a charge of theft
1 asf John Carl Howard and Nadine by fraud was dropped by the of a .22 caliber rflvoh.t'rIIK droppedby ,
n Y elaryl'M '/ Brierton; Senior Sponsors Glenda state. the state.Woods .
Hendrickn, Wanda Watkins, Jack .. Brown forged a prescription for a posted $2.OKI bond. and
A cheerleader: is silhouetted tile11c.r
Shaw and Mitch Read. by pain kUler on February 19 and was Judge! Carlisle withheld a verdict
Setae the game the Lake Butler Growl bonfire arrested at a Starke drug store by pending II pre-aenlenee insesltgatinn.T .

,First place Beta Club float In the high. school competition. -


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I'ul& bH TELEGRAPH Oct. It. li7S -" ,_ _. .r',... .r _, '..\\.U.I.IH"JngA. ,:, fi I. *) ," \" \' ," IJEGAL."h II' "" ,,1[ _.... U.---. "' _

1.11; I JJ 4'' t'\, 'T\" '.m 1t ,y e, )I : i iw'.I.J'. .1.\ ; 1st! ." CAuhty
/IN THE NOTICE UNDER PROBATE DIVISIONFile the! claim a> not y lit due .. Florida '3'lOO1. 'October28,1978.; and file .' !

CIRCUIT CURT FICTITIOUS Number 78-418CP the date when It win Telephone: 964-81C8.! ,, ,, ,Jhs original with the Clerk 'the estate W'VhtMw'B.: ,
BGHTH JUDICIAL NAME LAW Division (1-2904)). become; due hal be ," 2tchg 10ar19. '. '. t\>I",t tjWaCourt.rthefbefore "Hood whose address U, Wanl Ads
CIRC TTOF NOTICE IS HEREBY stated. If the claim' I.I ," '*'t, : ssrvto'' '* '"n Plaintiff 0/0 W.W. Hood, ,J,., 5 :
FLORIDA INAND GIVEN that the under. NOTICE OF contingent or unliqui attorney or Winding Lane. Warning
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT.pF4 ImnnKHswry -909 pee pt100 tA! .-....... NW d1IAI
FOR signed desiring to engage ADMINISTRATIONTO dated the nature of the : THE EIGHTH' thereafter othervUss a ton, Del 13008.: The ,-.-, ,, ,-, '', ., .., .. .
BRADFORD COUNTY In business under uncertainty shall be JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF default will be entered neme and address of the ""
the fictitious name ofSTAFFS ALL PERSONS stated. If the claim Is FLORIDA IN AND FOR ognlnst%>u for th* relief personal representative's. ,, .: '""l.I''1Mn" 1 \' [.l"n."' H.Y"'ft'I 'I
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CIVIL ACTIONIN BOOTERY 101 HAVING CLAIMS OR secured, the security demanded In the Com attorney ere set font : \ "
be described. The CIVIL ACTION- '' .. ., ,,,. :
RE: The marring of East Cal Street, In the DEMANDS AGAINSTTHE J.Di-' OOOM JR. and plaint or Petition. below '" no ''' c.
LOUELLA MAXINE City of Starke. Florida. ABOVE ESTATE claimant shall deliver VERNIE P. ODOM his WITNESS My hand All parson having iER INSlRANCK: : TRACTOR 10lEalNEEDEDIGM4..M4
SMITH, Wife Intend to register the AND ALL OTHER sufficient copies of the wife Plaintiff. and the seal of thla Court claims or oemandsgainst AGElCT:100:" : K. Lake A..... *
vs. said name with the Clerk PERfONS INTERESTEDN claim to the clerk toenable 'vs.,",' this 26th day of Sep. the estate are .... Butter. 496.3Y7S. 14".81 m Bevlb.esters
HARRY F. SMITH, of the Circuit Court of THC ESTATE: the clerk to mall MARGARETTE L. ember 197a required, WITHIN THREE :_...I.t. ..twrMM. torvl UIMI ..*.. mess week'
Husband Bradford County, Florida. YOU ARE HEREBY one copy to each personal Gilbert S. Brown AsCtork MONTHS FROM THE .-r lrI-r..r-- ..... Csetact New Track
CASE NO. 7B3 86 STAN'S BOOTERYby NOTIFIED that the administration representative. CASE NO ,78-283 Defendant of the Court DATE OF THe FIRST .:..." ... I I. la.iirsbUtreverse L.... tarry BtrAR r.w tfN- ..-

Mriam L. Maths of the estateof Al person Interestedin *J, : By: Marian MeR.., D.C. PUBLICATION OF THIS I.......'. brpie. lass, .. 10/9 10Itiffill," .
NOTICE OF 10/6 4tchg 1026NOTICED Tate G. Alvarez the estate to whom a ,"* NOTICE 10/5 4tchg 1Q/26 NOTICE, to ftc with the ... Jut tSHEBAUKNCV "'
SUIT dacasad. File Number 78- copy of this Notice of SUIT cleric of the above)court a : 4M-SI2B r 4M : I I:
NO PROPERTYTO .418CP. I II pending In the Administration has been > written statement of any '4903.1Nht'RAM'I- :
? ;,,'i., PROPERTY .. ,
mailed .. ,0>
Circuit Court for Bradford are required "
HARRY F. SMITH claim demand "
: INTENTIONTO i.IyJ'f'i IN RE: ESTATE OF or "' : : Klbr 'laMNfcar
County, Florida. Probate WITHIN THREE To*... WANTED TO BUY) Used
YOU ARE HEREBY REGISTER Division, the address of MONTHS FROM THE Johnson Last knownaddress HOOD. SR.. Deceased.IN must be In writing and .awl l>...hrr. Bail ButUUf baby .,_1., table ...rl.t..I1. /.
NOTIFIED that an action FICTITIOUS NAME which is Bradford County ATE OF THE FIRST THE CIRCUIT COURT must Indicate the basis forth Prune 4-X.SIOI lake Bullrr ... Call 490451111 lube

for DISSOLUTION OF Pursuant to Section Courthouse Stark, UBLICATION OF THIS : P.O. Box 215 FOR BRADFORD claim, the name and ... ". .... 1811. '
MARRIAGE has been BIX.09. Florida Statutes, Florida 32091. The NOTICE to file any Hampton Florid COUNTY FLORIDA address of the creditor or -' :Df SONAI11. I \ '

led against you, and you notice Is hereby given that personal representative of jbjactlona they may have NOTIFIED YOU ARE that HEREBY PROBATE DIVISION his agent or attorney, and (Hill! :. uI ,, I
the an r
ire required to carve a undersigned HomerF. 'he estate Is Walter that challenges the File Number 78-417-CP the amount claimed. If :: : ., ERYlCES,; I
to foreclose a "
Hart. Rt. 1 Box 654 mortgageon
of decetvdent's
copy of your written Alvarez whoM address /alkJIty the Division ((12903)) the claim Is not yet due "
defame. If any to It. on Lake Butler, Brtdforc 213 N. bth Street will, the qualifications -the following described the date when It will YARD SALE: atsrs'sy, CUSTOM MADE
the pl intiff'. attorney, County Florida 32064. Mlcc" 'Fl\, Florida. The of the personal property In Bred- NOTICE OF become due ahaD be tat. 21. 10.... Ill 4 ..r. .lRmkUac DRAPERIESi FurelMred .
business ford! County Florida .. R.tf.r4 frctbaatvs .
whose name and address doing under the name and address of the representative or the : stated. If the claim ia contingent *N S30 si flr csvariacsi
IJJ.. Wdbmt' Jr., P.O. firm name of personal' representative'sattorney venue or jurisdiction of Lot One ((1)) and the ADMINISTRATIONTO or unliquidated PriM. Call MI-ISM. lt.hg at peer b.s>..
West 20 feet of Lot 2 in 10/1. SAW Eatwprbw Ed es
Box 1068. 206 S. Water are set forth the court. ALL PERSONS the nature of the uncertainty L_. 8topb.aa, 498-S219.
Block 29 Blanton'sAddition -------
Rt. Box -
Florida 654 below. ALL CLAIMS stated
Street Starks HAVING CLAIMS OR shall be ,/1. dshgWILL .
the Town of JEEP WAGONECRi U09.4wbxl
32081.and fie the original l Lake Butler Florida All persons having DEMANDS AND OBJECTIONS to DEMANDS AGAINST H the claim i I.secured the Lech--
Wan ----
drive. ----
with the clerk of the 32054. Intends to register Claims or demands NOT SO Hampton as same appears security shall be
of record In Plat THE ABOVE ESTATE rata babe. street tin e., BABYSIT IN MY
above styled court on or said fictitiousname against the estate are FILET WILL BE AND ALL OTHER described. The claimant sad m4 fripa Ixl. Bus HOMEr M....' tbmFrlda
before October 25. 1978; under the provisions required WITHIN THREE FOREVER BARRED. Book 1, Page 38, current PERSONS INTERESTEDIN shall deliver sufficient .... *v.rtbls' ( ..r... *.II in II|N*abjbta.A UprsMkMl
otherwise a Judgementmay of aforesaid MONTHS FROM THE Date of the first Public Records of Bradford THE ESTATE: copies of the claim to the IlsU er will lr4.l.. !....r ..... Call 490-
be entered against statute. DATE OF THE FIRST publication of this Notice County Florida all In YOU ARE HEREBY clerk to enable the clerk to ..!.. 1IIdt..*.. Call: 431-1114 2318 Itpd 10/19.
Homer F. Hart owner THIS Administration October Section 30 Township 7 alter J .... tlaa\
you for the relief of : NOTIFIED that the administration mail one copy to each ----------
demanded In the Dated this 5th day of NOTICE to file with the 12, 1978. South Range 22 East. of the personal representative. REDUCE SAFE AND
October, A.D. 1978 at has been filed estate FAST with G.... Tabbita
complaint or petition. clerk of the above court a againstyou of William Wells Hood All persons interestedIn SS GAL KEROSENE s*
WITNESS my hand Starke Florida. written statement of any Walter Alvarez, A* and you are requiredto Sr., deceased File the estate to whom m HEATER WI.,.. *a4tasdi sad E-Vap. "..lr pHla" .!
10/5 4tpd 10/28 demand serve a copy of whets. ..... A.rI.... On,.. 225 W.
and the teal of said Courton claim or they Personal Representative your Number 78-417-CP Is copy of this Notice of bm .r.
September' 22 1978. may have. Each claim of the Estate of Tate G. written defenses; If any, pending in the Circuit Administration has been New ..r..,.'.., '.0. Male, Lake B.tbr 10/19
Gilbert S. Brown A. must be in writing end Alvarez Deceased. to It on J.J. WOLBERT, Court for Bradford mailed are required Cmtact EI......'" Maa.. 1 2ub( 10/20.
Clerk of said Court IN RE: ESTATE OF TATEG. must indicate the basis for ATTORNEY FOR JR. Plaintiffs attorney WITHIN THREE 1 a mL N ertk .! L...Better -------
ALVAREZ. Deceaoed County, Florida Probate .e OR-111. 10/11 Ztcb. TRIM OFF POUNDS with
whose is
address 208 S.
By: Marian McRoe As the claim the name and PERSONAL Division, the address of MONTHS FROM THE GeB.a Cnavlrull Rates
Deputy Clerk address of the creditor or REPRESENTATIVE: Water Street, P.O. Box which I I. Bradford County DATE OF THE FIRST Str.atb C.pml.a and futctlnf .
9/28 4tch glO/19 FOR BRADFORD Ha agent or attorney, and Dudley P. :Hardy, Esquire, 1088, Starka Florida Courthouse Stark, PUBLICATION OF THIS VW SUPER BEATLEi 1911, T..I.... Avalbbb. *tAadrawa
COUNTY. FLORIDA the amount claimed. If P.O. Drawer 1030, 32091, on or before Florida, 32091. TherAJIEAGLEI. NOTICE to file any ...d cosdltUa.. 1100. Druis.. 225 W.

objections they may have CASH. 20S 8. Lab A... Male, Like'. Butler 10/19
that challenges the Itpd 10/19. 4US( 11/9.
validity of the decedent's ---------
On sale Thursday ... ONE DAY, A WEEK
the personal l representative ssull Uclrkt phats
.. .. FrL sad with le.al r.f.r.nr..7 II se,
ether 101.
or the venue or ay .
& Saturday .
498-2743. 10/19
Friday call !
Sat, Oct. 20 A 21. 20S 8.
jurisdiction of the court.
'w ALL CLAIMS. Lake Ave., Itpdl0/19.
ill Low. FILED WILL BE It., copp.rt.a..II l I.t.r..ted. Donald E. Furrow &
call 498-2913 10/19 2ub( Gloria A. Furrow.owners.
10/29. Dated ,this. 5th day of

Date of the first MOBILE HOME Alrll.. .. Starka:October Florida.A.D. 1978 at

Sale! publication of this Notice I9 .. 65 /R, 12500. Cab 4982339 10/5 4tpd 10/26

National Brand of tober Administration 12 1978. : OC- MISCELLANEOUSITEMS-10/19 Itch 10/28. INTENTIONTO NOTICE OF

Virginia B. Hood As 197S Msrauls. best, REGISTER

Names you know and products you trust. Save up to 34'OR1N0 of Personal the Estate Representative of William 15 h.p.'i" T.J.II.II M.ve.ry w/1978 aster IIS FICTITIOUS NAME
Wells Hood Sr.. ./..w.r Irla. Esc.llat
Deceased _.....13.000. Abe ceatpUMCrsltiaiaa Pusuant to Section
Si. .r c..pUt* 86609, Florida Statutes
t Ssap-Os .cbcalc teal notice Ia hereby given that
c. I. SAVE 3.00 ATTORNEY FOR cbia t-MAKE OFFER. Call he underaiqned BeverlyM.

PERSONAL REPRESEN- I3I-1U9 10/19 2ub 10/28. Bryan Rt. 2, Box 67,
\ I MEN'S ORIOINAL'LEVI'S TATIVE: Starka. Fla. 32081. doing

DUNGAREES / Dudley P. Hardy, Esquire, business under the firm

P.O. Drawer 1030., .. .. of ,"BRYAN'S
ul .. ... name
SPECIALLY PRICEDI .J>b :'1. Stark, Florida :32091;
r. ... SERVICE ".666
1It 'l '.IkIWBItmnAY GULf N* r
.. 90481010122tchg Gilbert
relephoner Brown Clerk of Temple Ave, Starke
;1.0.88 1019IN said Court by: Beulah M Bradford County Florida,
lJf4I; ( Moody as Deputy CI fk. 32091, Intends to register
IA YE""ro... WERE $318 THE CIRCUIT COURT 10/194tchg 119.NOTICE said fictitious name under

UO-KBJJNa BAPiaAIN World beat Mtlng |*anl EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR- the provisions! of aforesaid .
T 4 werE LB.CMLOMDANI DUST Popular hflnk-lo-ffl style CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND statute

---. I re mxri 2.88.AVlrf. C ; In cotton BduUv denim* ,top rtv td oltfht A ie FOR CLAY COUNTY. INTENTIONTO OF Beverly M. Bryan,

N.1I ti yi'T'j bar-IKd at points of CIVILACTIONIN REGISTER owner.
Controls many outdoor pMtsI' t: i nwiszO-43 train for tong WMM FICTITIOUS Dated the 12th day of
8AVK4.00 Easy to UM, In 11b.c.n4BI r. RE: THE MARRIAGEOF NAME October, 1978. at Starke.


WAS 2.97 WAS 59.88 WAS. 4 88 KNIT_a A-SHHITS WIFE. notice is hereby given that
s 1 S r-----
ssee \
xn 6 n 2.96 2.96 NOTICE OF SUIT-NO the undersigned DonaldE. _
Prwwits ccrwufoo In vour1'1Io/ orcnulw formula. kesps Apply with sprayer err super PROPERTY. Furrow and Gloria A. ( Deadline for insertion
cooing System yam rounds. pool wow cn.n a sp.raengi rMuini Economical 1 ol Jug. I. t a WEM.M MERC x11 TO: SARA DELORIS Furrow Rt. 2. Box 162-A Tuesday noon preceding,

+ s '05A THOMAS ADDRESS Stark, Bradford County I Thursday before public,
NpALDiNG i 3:96: 5A9 Florida e"on.
doing business
wiaeAlss HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT under the firm name of t Minimum charge $7.00.1,
(Covers Words)
Th. boM-known brand err comfort 4 olur- AN ACTION FOR "GUM CREEK KENNEL"Rt. I EachwordoverISIs
1I>tI o I serials.rlron eonon 4 cones knrl,3/pkg. DISSOLUTION OF 2. Box 162A. Starka. 10 ,
MARRIAGE has been filed Florida 32091 1. Intends to cants
.::i against you and you are register said, fictitiousname tot rttponiiblt
favorites! when given over
fashion required to serve a copy of under the provisions 'AIM phone or when copy!

L I your \Written/) defenses; if of afore said Ii is not typed and brought!
ac: MCN'8/BOVS' -aa' any to it, on the plaintiff statute. to the office. INOTICE .
.... JACKETS .- attorney whose name and b.--- a.4"
J R- IKE address Ie I J.J. Wolbert.Jr. .
11.88 ? 206 S. Water" St., P.O.
f Box 1066 Starke Florida OF
\\DU on 13.88 32091, 904/964-5200 and SHERIFF'S SALE

.An ,." SAVE UP l fda the original with the
_ Notice is hereby
W_ ..".. .. pile a given porstion, of Ozone,
Bra PRICE BREAK ON 9-PK.TENNIS SAILS EAGLE HAS FAMOUS east qua.....ng. -ellIOre. clerk of the above styled that I, Dolph E. Reddish, Florida and against
.... MOTOCMOBB BMCEI! AT A WINNING PfllCEl MED DEVIL FOR LEBBI court on or before as sheriff of Bradford Martin Tackle Inc., and

WEAl! WAS UP DRI 8/8POirr'BHtNTBFORMENANOBOVBI November 15 1978: otherwise County Florida under Carious Stalvay,

aT ,qa 59s 3 a.e4 1 41 97 2.5? 97C PiffJYVA d2) altered a judgement may for the be and by virtue of Writ of defendants ,in the
against you Execution to-wit
/lrnrareW mdo< o. Cheers from two top bcwMtal Later cwlli. giaUna. gnaw outMMp MIN'S 3.43 relief demanded in the Execution issued: amount of 960.63
es ttddtt A.wnaly not mawM. Ciranw. """' quMty.3/pll. Mr. pitcn pww ndrnuon moral i out of together with costs of
complaint or petition. County Court of Pineda
IOYS' 2.96 I I/ WITNESS,." hand and theseal 'County, Florida collection.
pursuant Have
seized and have In
for home! Court October
buys the tauam Potyxtor/cotton s, mina Mtn's/boys'-.. ASM.. I of 13 said 1978 Gilbert on S.- The to a Final Plastt-Kraft Judgment Cor-for following my possession described the

Brown, as Clerk of said
1 poratlon. Florida
yr cor- personal l
Court By: Beulah M. property to-wit:
Weakly Eyll l Moody. As Deputy Clerk.
10/194tchg 11/9. Quantity Kern
I s..ere5 25 Zabco 80 XRL Reel
: 5. f. Zehco 202
w a ;IN THE CIRCUIT COURT '48 Zebco XR 20

r. EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIA. 7f t ..' qy iAay: Zabco 404Johnson
CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND 1 d <( ._., t., Spin Cast Reel
J3IL. '
FOR BRADFORD COUNTY r* : 'o d : Guide t ..
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1 CIVILACTIONCASE 4 ) Johnson Spin Cast Sadra
N No. 73-439. ,6' Compac Spin Reel 890
st' FONS HATHAWAY' ,28 Fly Reel Blue Fin No; 48

POCKET SAViNGs ON TIMELY VALUE! WALL CHECK .,,01.-'. BIO ey eA GOpM CROSBY Husband ve )10'! '' ".' '.. Trophy Mark 1 No. 300

.}" 6.88 WEAI3. .93 NOTICE CROSBY, WIFE OF SUIT-NO '46 Cards" ((2 piece')*" Side Reel Cutter Pllers-8 per

i O'--': "Mlohty Uttch" Etactrte wM docks n SAVE 21"
KMI tfcvbyBorlpMII 7211IIO" sit. 10OH ear 4lo WM
31 Card 13 piece) Needle Nose Pliers-6
Mara agns Accurat.rid.tlrec1lve. Solid- per
nylon binding. PAMOUB MAKER KNIT SUPER BUY OM LAO)[.' SLY SAVINGS ON TOiFrancas Hemphill : card

0 TOPS BUDQKT-PWICEOI TOP MAKER.BLACKBl PAMOUB INlAND BRABI Crosby address unknown 58 Cards ((26 piece) Lucky Day Fikrt-12 par

we1.83 YOU ARE HEREBY ,/ ', ""h'a'ke' .' card _
3.96 y7.S8
: NOTIFIED ,that en action ;,36'Cards ((18 piece) Oyster Knife, 4" blade, 12 v

1C... wares otyte, long TeaAwbd pap.Mr A ?* a.- taR ward ppw. for Dissolution of Marriage _, g I, per card .
9. _'.M.L 80lld-. .aenter.io.yse.eaA0.Ya has been flied against '
,er4-leq/Wtyleieess.lS. you. ".3 Card ((11 pieced/ Oyster Knife 2" blade 24
,Frances HempNII Crosby per cardFllotKnif

( 4wea' ..ti (DCDl'NUMrIUGHTLY..o. and you are required to '3 Cards in leather _
serve a copy of your written 6 per card I
ss DECK BMEAJUUU 'defenses, If any to it on the' 2 Cards ((6( piece//' e6Knife!: in plastic. case- 'I
iio eAVFNBTGUALFfl'W plaintiff attorney whcs '

0' BAUEM ATNLETieBMOEBPOMMCN 4866e' 'name and address A Cases ((40 dit./CMeI.) Needle Nose Peen I
Jamas R. Flynn Esquire 4 1''
i ..._ t4y IJlllTOU16 .AIllfIJlllTO" MN'E/WOMEN'S P.O. Drawer 1030.Starke .

.. -.c.EVEREADY FOIL OR TtBBIM BUY! 'AMOU.HLU.THAJDa. 9 s 6I 3'' 88 364-6701. Florida 32091. ((9041 4ids: the property of the offer for sale and sell to
and file the
"I sVUIEIURB RCOUCCOI aoo-CT. P Osmts Trae N Cartrldo rs. above named defendants the highest bidder for
: Ma' :" 2 X$1 1.59 Y1rIY0UTM8'u. original with the clerk of the ,and that on Monday, the cash k> hand/ the above
1.44 eases, styled on or
6tN day of'November. described
' eaM"B Nor V j Fp'ay, before November 23. 1978 property of said
p .... ..... Maarr.roe. WRAP 3/ $1 vista r--1.341.. _.,.,... ... : \1978 at 1;XX) o'clock P.M. defendants to satisfy,the"
M otherwise
: i ti a judgement
Tee se-l-:I J. ....... WAlI.J.4'I S JS.. _....... a..M ei 1 entered maybe for 01>sakf bay'on the pre- aforesaid Execution.;
; against you 1friMa of the Bradford Dolph E, Reddish, Shrill.
312 MADISON ST. -Ry.adingsoo'a t..AaPeed the relief demanded "jn .the, ''Jalryard., I 'wit Bradford County flon.a
; .. .ASTARKE complaint or petition, ..*.. ? )County
( FLA. .".u .t CES 5ss ,,S sar7F, ;TAx' :lie WITNESS seal of add my" hand Court an/on 10/124tchg tl/2

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I.1:.,! t-.- -i!, .flr!!,., d.' :,' '.l\a'M' -' : 'L..y'w'n"l.". ,: ';:.r-BradfarEtt: u U iy-w: tiid. "i I. '4

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FOR BENT 0..... ... LAND \ .. ". .. .. .. .... .. .. f
...... e FOR BALE :
".ua...........1.Key.tiaY* Keyito.* Hal..btk NI.: MOTORCYCLE ItTTHrlr ,I' ,,1"" lei e.. ;. Ii, ;' ',.1' I, ; 7Jr&ii1gar .

Illc.. C.ll ".a., treee | to 10 acre ....te.. D......... _..*. lII8I '
471-490T .ei..kkerbe. .d .1 Mm keelee.eie mte*. 11:&.....** ....a.. ; ifliill
.......,.. I .... .. tti. I f9\I\ .81 ;ktI11. ;K \ > <*
... s. .M. ,
...tin : e..4.a. '...! me*.. MM ten MMeg.tl.kle. REALTY :
earn sad semi ivorIs.ki.. ...... M44M41.lek ..., .. ,
HELP WANTEDt----- U.. P...... te oil with .. ./.. .N.8Bm ROUSE with MOBILE DOMES Why pep : :

f.... torvu Irea* 8200 dew to 84)0) -- d_ .. .. ..... fin ruan. On Kisgs1.p ..ral- lay ...,... Iris DODGE AflFENi 1571. Iuly flAY Goad quality, hIghly '
energetic clrl !1 train .. ,...... C. : : Lobes ff.. Nmmk I .. aohtIi. 0. I...... ....0.. take ejp ...'01.*.. ..1.... a..... PHONE nd-777e .
for ner l t taetety. Large
doaul .... ; '
.. .*.. 473-1449.: Inxtace. .. SRXI ........... ,! r ; ,...1.Pk..M M4MU4.. Upd 1..1..11.1. $TARRI ,.,*...te. e. ...... .. *Mremr P.... ... .341. 10/1S 4lpd Jot N TEMPLE '.

l.bg.FOR 0..... ..1Wa7S.c". / ," 104$. BOMB: CENTEK. 118 JtlNer *. ....,. PfcM. MMHM 11/1_ _ ra StARKE FLORIDA ,

RALE Beautiful ,., .' C'" ... ... n". --------.--- t.0,... U *.<*.. I te.', 1..1.11I.. NAUTICAL ITEMS hatch ..dI, l" ...
it* .. Lk ..... kome t' i't ilTlLiLti.Lk. LOST' DOG K. ewwoewfor SMALL MOVIE ....pl.pr .....*,. rk... $144741. us,... km.. p.rtk.l... aUHI ., .. ."" .. -. ar Lucille Connor Spry "
.1' ci.. ..
I* .chwU and. ....,., Mm4 Saata F. Catiage. I er. I .bat awl ........ T.......... .f.rr.<.. N. ..... pU. ***. If/.... 171 MAZDA) Pair eeaeltlaa. .- rtan. ..... ......... w- Associate
....... ....... SU.OOO. C.ll? 3930 peroosa. 8180 a ..atb. ".. .hog> ear.. leay ... witkewtUer. Apply a. 404 North C....... BLOCK 'HOME: with I ..... I3$0| 1"3 INTERNATIONAL ....... Pka.. 1.715-111IO arS40MS3. '....42. :
.llr ICalaecvlU.) alter I ... .Loot 8. 1.111 TF,... .. 1/1 tea 10/11 hUg lOABOAT71 1 ,:
e. .. 4625232 ,... lipd 10/1248. .rusid ... ..* _..: batk*.with. 11 ,..... HD rear-m4 aidtraaaeikialM. ry
Owaor-Heafcer. Itefcf 10/19 Helf.kM, ....... ore* .. tote 0 I ..... Carpet. CH/A. 300. r..... SEEUSFOR ;
1*i.-.. .-.. NO'REASONABLE OFFER' lei ly. Ceotoet L.a. ......**.. EFFICIENCIES E. winS P.... 781-1577. $S/lllU/fc. BM-S013. Itpd .10/1. $ It. wkk. aakta, \ VA&. FHA
-'t .__ REFUSED U7 Wad Jr.' rkoo" B04-S7M er 47J.MM .r MwKkt$ ....... M....' '' kllt-U jobs ..... ...
I.ONT'DO' "Arw ?8.... Cavalry: .84*Ire VtotUa Itnll&etac 1019gi VAlet I'll.' .... II.... .." TWO- .U"U 'BOUBEi:. I oilIest _.......T1U4aIO... : FINANCING., ''

R..... RddUb fcr.*. W...... I .......... Oaly .. ....(...... 10/1 4lpd11t. .woo to everytfcl, .. 100100 VOLItS""CENIIH... sanU .. ....." .....BM.. MaM ; ''Ii
".IHIO .. ; .. ..... *. 151$. ... H44HHaltar .all ..Ui( phone .M4 43.Prtea "
Darhikuod. Came to .. Call 473 2093. ; 'iW''' ft. k... Low Trwlllg Realty itRdy
.rnii .
.I.n. ....
p.* Stpd 11/1. Baa ...... llckfIT"
105 .... $64.
8/M Pbeae
I Binge. nA Owner llaaoeed.
Moat ..... dally .. : ] _: When You Art
..... .. - --- --- ---- I 8071. I Ij.
.I..tI. R.ward .fI_". ONE BEDROOM r..*..... luka119. .
4732383. Itrhg 10/19. FOR SALE BI.tI., 3 .. ..., \ .priM.at. $100 .... ...ih PORTABLE TVi .....
...... POR SALE BV OWNER, and W kit.z......
bk.. on back, fin MOO lit I vary gail EXPECT MIRACLESI! IF YOU WILL TELL US
------.- .-- .---- feed. .coailHUa, a.,.... WANT TO TBADBi: L..., .. .Pk dipMft._*" -1811 N 1 rtkSt. Two ...... *eapltol, hr- ClassifiedAds I ......1.... ..... >MMO. WHAT YOU ARE LOOKING FOR. WE WILL '
SERVlCE8 I will do F boa* 47.1.2MB. "pol 10/1.. TO-44 EkMtrMU Or.... lerPkiae 104"$. >H ....... Boat eao .a pay let i 85M. Upd 10/11 FIND IT JUST FOR YOUI!
ra.ton ...ta..t .......b... --------- .< .ej.el ...... Pbe_ both. ......'.n' laadeapod.B j. Get __
price.. Mania. Z.igi.r, FOR SALE w.triM ....ft... alter B .... / -- bags pettmo.. IbiS t FOUI8PEAKESi TI
corner *l c.*.kar..' EFFICIENCY sad ... .. ResultsITWT1 ORANGE. WESTMORELAND Urge lot..neat
M.geolla at busty multiply Itpd 1020.WANTEDi. ...,...** let ""'r. .afc. I aid.Ra.aiv.r .
1'.1.. ..... Phoa. 473-485O. otatnl. .*.. ...... ken* ...... room*. 1 III..... North' M utility ..IWI... ....rt. watts '" .... yaar RMS home 14500. > ;
llpd 10/19._ type, ..1111. .... S........ Maid ... US-MI. Uod.rw.ed II..... drive, phu. ewewel. and. Hka .. PkaM. 411-1610 .,
net '''99. Will *ell lot II M. ... ..... .. d/c'", mash. ,much mwo....000., sow COMMERCIAL W. MADISON Income 200.00
FOR MALE OAK LAKE Cal 4722933. ,* Ti39. .. .. S ..... S p.... waaklr.Wvakcmd .
4tpd 10/19 ..... Meeday ,.. Friday. equity nod ...... morte .ytl... 1" mo. HOUM Apt. .
ESTATES to three 1111I. FOR :
acre RENT .
Offleo .
PkMM .o.Phew 964-6043. Itchg
431-1835 ..
rolling weeded tract, io/i it/a.after S located......- ".>._., 1011. ... i: I 4t.kg 10MFENCINGt 212 REDGRAVE Privacy with plenty ol room to ."
HOUSE stpd
2.495/.cre.. S29 /Da. FOR RENT t JiM oil Law_. 81..... sad live In and to garden. Owner financed .:
129/... O.... pk. 813.879- B....... pl I.* ........ ...,. buy coraor. Call 4714907weekdaye TRAILER.14.45... A.y .....a. ...1. .
1653. lOllTIehf.CASHTbFcolDrSurBng. Attractive. ...... with .large GOOD PRICES PAID tweitd ,I ...... Ash 150110 Wt. ....."..tw.u. CATFISH Grala-led. ..... Mob, bark win laid Mackd :IIS N. ST. CLAIR 3 BR I B .in Good location ;:;
Hrepbtce. .. tiaier Bee aiefcUe MUM. .U aicrtgega lor Mr. Wbartoa. "p.m.... MID... Hkjh, RIdge E......, ........ ......1 .tI..... I *. r,.. .......... Priced right. : '
; ''I..... Coatral air ... ...... I* 3/4 paid. er ..... .; ..,.._ Hta Itpd. 10/19 .... Saturday, Oc*. 21 in M...... Pa... Ca. 47,. '
|.....1.". ..I........, cola., Fre.hlr ,,'. .. .....1.... OLIIN-S MOBILE HOME PALMS APARTMENTS L...... UlUUrd Rd. elf SR 4821. 10/11 4lpd 11/1 603 PINEWOOD DR. Large. attractive rooms for I :

distal gold. Will visit your Nice .*. deck .. lake (Id... SALES. "' -Hoe. Opea T EfflcUocUi. ........... THREE BEDROOM 1 1/1 225 |Weal Lawtoyl.) 79 ..*!. the discriminating. ,j "r.
h... ..".h.... Mr RIUme 1250 per ...... Partially days weekly tl/.... Weekly or 1311 8..... Brlek 11_., w/w ... ....., brkig. year ..... REGISi : i'W--'ep.-adi. I sJk
.. 473-1089. tl/ebg lureUhed. Cat Jack Leekweed Tempi A.monthly.., Stork N. carpet. r.......ratar. rao... .....1.... P.... 782.3754 er quarurfcoraa, produced. fafrm COMMERCIAL ON CALL Several excellent lots f .
allotS ... weekday. WANTED Meblle. .... TF fehc. AC. D.............. 014,000 782-3801. I tpd 10-19 .. *od show Sbrad ky Jat also residential lots near the Country Club. ,
and. ......../ 4732473. ........ tire. Wll picks. .. .__p 904-5u 5 or 9544130.ltpd a.Lan(. 2 I/O ,.... akf. Far
----- lick5 10/19.11/9. OLIN'S MOBILE HOME KITCHENETTES, I BR I 10/lt. ZENITH 19 lack TVt nor late. CaD 984-7229. IOU W. PKATT VT 3BR, S2700. '

I CLASSIFIEDAD I| W" .BALES. ,"-IeeM. Open T apt., TV. AC. pool, .Old. Portable, 860. I.qalr.9M IDA 4tchg 1028LTMEROtKTA"iia :

Deadline for lnsertlon|[ T'W.'; day a week ../....;. ..c......... T U1 tf luraiahad E SOtAt E........ Bead, Stork. .. WELDON ST 4 LOTS: (e.OOO. Owner financed.
I Tuesday'noon preceding!I terly ....1. ride .. Weakly, ...,.1, rt... ...,......9.... 5. Itpd 1019. ( Taylor;;; ,

Thursday, before public I.[ MMdlolmrc ..r J.ck.oavdle.. Tapl M.l.l. SSO N. SERVICES,: ; _.- -- I...,.,, Ph... 782.1172waakdajr 301 STORE. APT. Small HOUSE 4V GARAGE.
atlon. ,I I I, Dtlly. Call 471-3382. Itpd Trapto, S....... Pkwn >047J37. DELUXE CAMPERT; altar 6 p,. er 127,500. Next to New Method Cleaner, Financing ,

I Minimum charge, '2.00.4 I[ 10/19. ClassifiedAds ./M 4tpd 10/1 WILL BABYSIT I. :mykem .. eleepe 8. ...... I.. boi.complete. ep.p ..,11.* w.......... "/141 Available. 1

I -- ----- .. A. Ireaa T a... 8900. Phone .f1.h.
f '( MICE CLEAN age
Covers II GetResults 3 ROOMS of motel. Could be
Words) 1301
LAWTEY, Formerly part a
FOR SALE fI 5.... .... aid. both U 7 p.m. eU day a week '..II p... Itpd 10.19. '
I fyrmJiInd ...
Each word over 13 I IIs ... BloCK: "BllTllilNCi: ; officei acre of good land pretty
,, ,... 8.... dr bmaldlllrr.I ..... 0.mOe tram Stork. Pkon. Ness apt. or ,
Fk-it .
floor, --------
(Not 10 cents I I I New 80" UNI .......* ..... traM. lr.. ,.,.private... Llhtaaad '..-3112S. llpd 10/lt. PIT BULLDOG PUPS 8 caBcrtt. 20110 aq. .... US tree, *4,000.. ,. >::1*'.4!
responsible for| Pkon. 301 aid MR 228. Zoaad *
.73.7..6. '
Itpd 10/19. k.t waur ....... -- ... old One male 2 'OUT OF TOWN: Large frame home on 1 acre *
'terrors when given overt I P.... 984-8071. l.ck| 10/11 GUM CREEK KENNEL ,....... Shot. and wormed.Ph. rommarelal lot. Inquire P.O. financed.
or when copy f YARD SAL T|>tUy7o7: -- Beardlacand. ........ now ... 964-5630 after 5pm.llpd Ba. 579. 8ta..... tl/chf 14000. Owner

('I. not typed and brought*I 20. and. Sat.,Oct. 21. 9 ..m. pea ... ....1.*... Phone 1019.WATERl7r9S. BAHIA"IIAYTArg i i : ,;.ttoa, 't13,7SO NEWLY PAINTED FRAME! 424 LakeSt. i
the oMIce IOC 6 p... Three lenllle 964-5922. 10/19 10/26,
Highway 2ubc nice
"- ------ 100. I 1/4 .!.. east ef ---- klchly ..,.01..... Phoaa 64OT1. ., Pecan trees grapevine, 8. other plant i
------- ; COOK. financed.
light la K.,..... Itpd ,"'ur.w_11'(0.' BULLDOZER WORK WAKE .....,, multiply tIchg.WATSON'S. Owner 1 '! .

> 1U/19. Small ....... .badclearlng. ..*....... ..*.1. "".. "*.0- HOUSE-OF OCALA BLOCK Ill LAKE ST. Comfortable
1 sad lev.llng Phase JimmyMartla. type, ..11I1. bo.. huggeetedKte.1419 I VAlll'MSiMany! kraadiel home which feature greenhouse. S27soo. !

I FURNITURE: H V8EA'Ni Complete Selection ...-,130. tl/cfc Will Mil lor SIM.: new "..aa.... Vend : :
REFINISHING Rc.ieubl* ..'.., crew el 3. P'j Paper Party CORRECTIONAL OF. ... ...', .71.2933. machi... avaUabla. ".rt. MOBILE HOME I 1) *2e Euclid Epperson 3 :

I - reference. 473-1279. 47528S9. FICER It Career with. GENERAL CARPENTRY 1019 4tchg 11.9 sod a.....orl.. tar all BR. 2 B. CHAVA appliances .'

Fr.. E.t.t.aSahin 475.2631 aller 0 p... promotional pportunltlee., WORKi Palatlac,. doerbaogkia -- ----.. -.- vacuum .,...... 404 N.WlOtk MOBILE HOME 2) Rd. 100 W. .... Doublewide f "
Urn chg 10/19. ..., fringe benefit*. 40 br.werk ;, pBoellag ftlteratloai. 1 1/2 ACRES: with complete> A...., Oalnaavllla. furnished with 1 >/> acre $33,500. '
i i ii Acre. week, shift work. ......... J.W. Up. water, ..... and electrical I Phone 376-7110. tl/ i i ii Mo,. Frl. FOR S LE---'i'ii6'GMC-: Entrance ....." $330.40 biweekly. church, pku. 904-0084. 10/5 hookup for mobile home. DUPLEXI I1S.SOO LAKE St. A. Rd. 1*. Own.r i i..

i i ii ii 8 a.n..- 4:30 p.ra. !lprt... One ....*... A/C, VA-OJT .".....d. "/.h. Al.oa 12.21 front patio slob SIGN PAlN'fl'G: 'Fait, financed. ;i ...

i -- AM/FM ...... radio. I..... Educatlon.l. epportunltiee. and 12X12 rear patio ...lab.16X11 one.day ....1...Mae Rudy at "
i Pkoiwi I 984-7899 I railage.473.3684. Upd 10/19. ...I..h.. R. ,,......'.. HOME REMODELINGTTil outnlde eked., fully W aMo .'!1.. Markal. riday. 7000' WAREHOUSE Acrots Cadillac Uniforms on ('" .''';'

IJ The Office hop. good U.s..citUen phjr.lcal ever...18.lIh.,... eld.. H'* la lb... kern, we d. ItPPlumklag. electrical >et up for ....h.. S..., Sun., Monday. TEstIs; E. Brown lee. r ,

HOUSE FOR SALE : ;BR. HOW. Call high .l.clrlcel and dryer. 7OOO. Phone 'ijKFE N't
arbeol diploma F.... CLI). CHAIN t:
Beth hone .. Peach StreetM Appllcanta ceatact ar Per- reeling ream .....tI..., et aGood 'r. after 5 p.m. or weekend.. material. .!). It yuuraall and STANDARD>> BULK PLANT 2. building plus .( :,f'c".ln

W"nBUlltJOZlNIJ rlty limit.. Call far ..pp .....1 clii.., rla. State work. at a ..aeoaablo. 1/64-11261. Itchg 10/19. ..ava. INaUllatloa. available. link fence Thompson St. ,.
....... price r.c Phone 9848087.
nt 473-4049 473. ) "I
r Pr..... SR..., West of Free ..U..a.... HandyMan
2323. Itpd 10/19. Stork. 10/9 4tchg 10/20 YARD SALEi 403 S. Cherry Co. .H53U.: STORE & LIVING QUARTERS. LAWTEYI! ;
:t 1tANDrn, NbJ Phon* |19041| 9.. Fence 84 (I'll!
8125, ..t....... 417. Writ! -. -- --.-- Street Friday, Saturday. TI/dig. tio.ooo owner financed. .:)!
Bulldozer Work ------------- P.O. Dot 747. 8...... Fla. BRADFORD SEPTIC Not 20,21. from 8 am. to S ) "l0.20.
FOR SALEi. D...*.. Hmd.alaac TANK SERVICE: Bradfordraeld .. Itpd 10/19 tOVVnSr 301 HAMPTON AREA: 3 BR, 1 B, CHS.A frame, 1
Large or Small l ", *>, ch....*..* FOUND, Key at 8.W. 2ndAv 32091. Altentlont Pereonael. .atk>l pump-out. 840. p. 179 unu .taU..... LlmiUiaupply neat building. on Vi acre.
Office. A. storage
at rndraad .. Lake. Equal. Opportunity 1
l hr..I.| I pr. 44" ...Id.. 44 Commercial. and Induetrial.Fully .
*Land FillWILBUR 1/2 10... I pr. 44- ...Id.. 55 Butler laqulre at UaleiCeuaty .. Employer. 10/S II........ Pb..., JI...... .HAY : "...n&lll.. SI.40)ton.tal I : 4H20: N.3.P \ l4'
.",' .. I 1/2 I.... Custom Bad* with T...... nice., tfpd Ih. IlS.ip.ri.eei. 8121.: tl/c". Bermuda. ".50 p... 13th t...t Galnaavllta. Pkooa WE NOW, HAVE SOME LARGE TRACTS, ".....OF...wIr. .. t't'o

Posda ,Ji hl/oi.. '-"'.....r.-47I1Jt1H.-. . -I-- '''' "7WP0STO '1 b.Lo.J"hnn Ali097.: toll.I"'mqn. .1 4. u ....NOuQ-JtU-AKii9f ..
9/19. r.: 'n p N i r..j" 'V 'WifN \ "..ir / 1t ... ......... ." :

WATERS WHOM IT MAY Spray ..1.1e... ......., ....1...8e Rudy at ...:.- I.OT FOR SALE The _H.
44-et4l CONCERN. P...... return .... I ,.. eip. Good pay. WaUo Flea 1'1...... Friday W5ET POTAToES Wood' .. Subdivision.' Country .

680 W Md son SI SlarKe my cola ,..... and ..,., .*.. benefit. latervlow S.... Sunday, 1'1.....,. Tie Phone 782-3534.: Itpd 10/19. Club.. Phone after 6 p..... ClassifiedAds
.keep tb. ...oy.' N. from I t.3:30p.m.M..day. cbg.R4lT. !964-6213. Steve Cubb.dg.. r
Or .1Ia.lS"MILLER'S REGISTERGAS Queetloni A.b.d..Mru.Aiic.D.Wathi. Friday or by appt. Phoa SIMMIRS: KM; > CIOSFOLTt :. 9/21 4lpdJO/19 Get MOilLl, HOMI :

AND OIL .. Itpd. 10/19. 752-7911 AERO CORP.. LASTDCLEARIVSt All plant dn.tlcallv BiIiiHM.i : FI RH it:

__. __.__d_ I....*C It, A 1..11.A* Equal D.... work. Urge and mall ..d....... Quantity buyers AMI! RFMOVAI.: from alt.. ResultsRalph
:|08 S. Thompson St. Opportunity Employ... M-F .......'
LOST OR STOLEN Lemon, I..... Pbon. 46H 2628. 8/11 Invited." I) Garden The Fellowship hall of the "
PAINT 96 .51188 wklte, female ......... Upper he..Ie.".... 10/12 2tchg TFckcREPAIRED. ('.11".'. !HR '00. midway First United Methodist 100' AM*" .1I
10/19 between H..". end Key "...... I ,
pert .1 lip leelngi. partially '- (hurch ol adjacentto Bryan 'i'I
ft BODY SHOP LPGa .blind I. lelt .,., tattooed I. -.- -------- SEWING MACHINES 011.. 10/19 Ztthg IO/2B corner ., Jackson. andWalnut. (J3 ( .;.

1534 S. Temple Ave Fuel Oil .... Cat collect LdwardAadereen. : CETA POSITION housing ) All mak. ** -- Written bid. now Real Estate aoo AMI* .,
Lubricating OH S........., F..., Outreach. Mu.t be economl- cleaned, .1.... and edju.ted.' IHRtK: ; MHrEL BIKE, Lh bring received Deadline for '
Starke 1-2752520 Itcbg 10/19. rally dlaadvantagcd.. Brad- *7. Work ......,......Jam.* 301( North four mile fromSurk. submission I* October 26 2IITN.TmplAv*. 2aa 1 '
FREE ESTIMATES lord reldat .....plo,." StrlckUodi,corner ol Morgan ., Kl. I. Bo, ZFIA.I.awt.y. / For info contact church Stark, rle j
*ALL WORK holnale U Warehouse WALKER----HOUND- --LOST-- IS out,of .lent 20 wk. and Road and Hwy 16. tl/ch. llpd 10/19. office, 200 :V Walnut Si, 964.878Iu74i f fI \
high school ...d".Ie. Apply Stark. Phon. 964-6N64. lOIS
GUARANTEED Ten nod White male, hoot I. Cannl lot. Big Santa I I
TiresTube .t -1."". State Employ REMODELING, BUILD 3lchg 10/19
24HR WRECKER ..raa el Oweallinol. bend- meat Service. (old court" ING aid repair. new TARt SALE:: lOIS Palm F., SR 21, Bradford I I
........ .. h...,. 100 toward Street Odd. and cod. County. Mobil horn t tI
BatteriesBLUEBERRY hou.el. Itchg 10/19. .kltcki. ....h. lamllyraome. okay
Lake Ear B.O. furniture, I hi.
City. Uttoe: clothing etc. aO .
_. B...... block. ...- hoo..up.
-- -- -- .
Phone 964.8988 wearing collar, 029 reward. SARAH COVENTRY ...... Fireplace ......U.... Friday and Saturday until :3pm. I
fan retora dog; Call 4903405 I Itpd 1019.hALlOWEEN
1007 20 Ralfard..
Monday-Friday Itpd 1019. FashIon. dl........ No .m- Griffla Can.trurtloa.: phone acres
6 ..'...', dependable. Car 473-2108 or 473-2)78. 4..tliOl.E KOUInDt.JK.K -- -
Sam to m
p ; PI MPKINSi 1009. 400
and ph.... Call new Ke.l Estate Broker
......... 431.1414. 10/19 : Al... ....U mar.' Phone 96 l7nZna commercial, 301 Northn. '
Well Drilling 2uhg 10/26. ATCOHOLKIT l :i ANO"dY. and ponie. Mund, North Temple XT -- --- FALLKMMREALTY' !

PLANTS ...e.e..... .5. l.a..... ... MOUSi, Phone 964.6H94/ or Produce :Market, SK1IIO alWater "Uyarke f leridiM.'OMI 1013. FI... t. 50 .. N. f t ..
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SENIOlT CITIZEN Portion M458Zjl/chj.: __ __ [:QMrt
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Tifblue And Woodard In 2" Available 55 and older. REMODELING and carpentry 1014, 28 7eror7ad 3BRbrkk

Hundred Or Thousand Fast Rotary Receptloaiat and light work of all!! .,.... BIIASI.NGTON Brooker. !: : VTrmpIr- I :'
clerical duttee. Must .. able New h...... room ."dl..... ..
Lillian. C. PearsonREA Lots Also'The New And Drilling Equipment Cadillac OId mobile --- -- ..r..... Florida I _
to meet minimum Income Ph... Wait 48826288/17
1022 2 acr lot. off GrUfli :
lrOR requirement. ... Tr....... Sales & Service .Paul ii. .Ikn.r : .: ,
Early Sharpblue'And STATE LICENSED paaephysical 3 BR Brkk. I bath. 2 R. Loop. Realtor i .

... .... .. eKaminatloa. Apply hue Selection Of Used )R, ..r.... '. '(
BRANCH OFFICEUS Florida Blue Which ..... ... ..e. .t 321 Meet Medium 81, BTLL:8"iAW": SHOP: Tim-; 1031; Five SR.230 64 50115 ,

301 NORTH Ripen In Early May Pumpn St.rke. OR King Memorial pleto ........Ia. ....I... Cart Taken On 4 BR a.--.-...-. -LR FR. acres ; I I r.;,.
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FLORIDA ...ee......... ...l.ll.< Hospital: Lake. Butler. circular hand carbide, QiiiThid Thides fireplace .la tow.. 1051 and 1068 Lola SR. FARMETTE-Approx. ,1;
782-3806 Prices Very Reasonable Bradford Unloa Culdeeco chain. newer hi.... hollow 2001 N.W13 378-5301 100 230 Be..eat Rd. arr* of beautiful pittur t., ; "
New A Used Clinic In.., Phon 9648382.Itchg grouad and balanced Leave batb.lR.FR ,I.land and. aevoral l pecan I' } '
GAINESVILLE OUR, I pool, --- -- '
Levely 3 ., 4 BR 1 1/2 0/l9. at Jacke. Building Supply fenced yard. Saratoga HI.. 1053 Oae acre lot. allbookvp Nicely lindsciped. .:
batk Sub. h... .u I Elliott Hartmann Sales.Parts.Service Starfc er Keyitene Htight*.. Lovely 3HR home. ciair.IU&A.earpet.Rarne I.:'
------- --- --- *. off 301 North. I '
ere.. CH4A. maay .fI.... I 3 BR.2 bath family ..... _____ I : ,

..tra.. ,8SO.OOO *...... Nursery E-Z TermsPlumbing MM'F8itA; THOMAS large .kitokea ea oa* acreSRIO. 1056:Six ...'.. Golfer, Rd. and utility hou.e.Cute .;.,.:ir ;
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llaancod.BR. I
-- Earlton Fla .flflle..a.ea. .... ... !HOUSECLEANING ING: C..p..... bulldoterwerk. --- 1057, 0.--..-.rjad 3 BR .2.BR house on 1 I4 I.\ "t-: .

4 2 Bath (Brick) Phon 864-5734 9/14 RCALTY 3 BR. I bath frame 2R. ....., oil Mrgaa Rd. sere Good" location.. '
C"A".BIRO. rot S ...... Ph: 468.1426FluriluncllC"h tl/chf. Completely furnished
.. FR. 4 acre 301N.Oa ----- .
leOlle Ilalfl. lt. UI North W.lnul tII,. Don't miss this al ."
47500.. --- 10 0.3 BR, blck. ....t.,. I
YM.ho;;. Stark.. Morld. 32091 $141.500.00. t
--- New Installation I'ECIA: I. 20 aero tract very ----- '" it.
91144162er..rly .. .
Poultry Farm Breeder. 3 ..p."'.. mterlor/esterlor A.J.ThomaeHeal .....*..b..*. Just all SR.U, 1062: 5 acres, 4 BR. block. Lakefront hom..Thr.. "t.. "..,:",,:;
....... ....... ... reamA An remodeling, koueowt.hlnaaad Paved read. 8.... Rd.
Repairs MnflvSlor\( Eetatt: ; t
Hvlof ...11.... Cell for Remodeling ,.1..1... Special BR. 1 bath central ... <
... .. lions $34.93ToStory ,..../,.... lot ..01.. block een. H 4, A. Gu... ;"
moro detafle. 393 N.Temple A. ....!......... AtllHr.FKtlMIRTS.JK, 1064 29 sail .iet.I. 301 ( {
---- Starke,Fl*.' house .ltl..... Free ..U..'.>. Fear .bedroom two .bath Krc!. Keel r;...,. Broker N...... hous and chain bkt.nca. t''ot. i\\
I BR kvenlew feew ::1II.98IUJ: Phoa 984-8961 alter 5 p,.m.> home,.1025.W.. 1'1....." S. Phone K64.7"2 Only 133.90000. t'm;
9647700Need Durrancz . . . . .. !
...ve/ wa.b.r A dryer ont'lIIlIh..rlobll..llon".I" fir I......... .,.utl... ---- opt:> Setaty A.M.HTARKEi 1065 lcV.* n"ad 3BR .t.l i -". '
13000. Will ....1.... a geed 1.41. build' ea ............... .... ... % .91Duublp Heady maa pcll. 401 Irene, Morgan Rd. Hous. la town 0,3. lots..,' ;

trailer is ....... yin ...... ui.. .. '4 Idt" IJ< .9.? Altoa Rd. Very .o.at. eeavealentlocation. "I
PUMPS & SUPPLY AUCTION HOUSE -'-- 1064.J BRbleck"praU. St. f5. .ed.Can't it ).;,.:;::. ,

4 1/2 acree -pi..... ._.. kara aid 7i This I III Tkree BR frame ..... ea 3 8.-" I bath, --- -- '. ::''h
J B. Rm. COMPANY a prramirr and .... lILA, 1JXX It. iii' thl. buy!i 'I ; '
ki SR 24f city. plushomi
pails... ci traded ..... WeXto ee ecr. 1067 03 ,
...... acne Improvedpe.tare. .'
ki chemical
i Bath
8.830. wltklll/Jpe de. cleaning ----- .a .larga .... .lot.Too ThrioBR, on In ,;
i. ---- 864 N. Temple Ave. guaranteed to rrmoentildpH > I Kindt O/fttocMru*. T..... bedroom two batk ..., *xtraa t. Hat Crawford Rd. town. for 110.200.00. c' t !

4 acre. 'A with .lane 48 iota.., with ._., la buR*. stalnH.pic. And Umtd famHuitTN ......1 beet end air., 130S -- ---- Owner. financing.BROOKER '' .' : ,
"P 10691 1 ... 4 BR ;
.. .. acres . . . ,
...., in 9-101 L.wt.y.city aba eeaity.BMtered.l Starke.. Fla Bel30PM.PANELING: Pratt 8t. STARKEi BS. S bath. ,,.... Hampton. : .-' .. .
.000II brick have !I. F..... Three BR.:i .:- I,
water avaUable.", ('all ('nllnl| : $M .KII6I l -'" lISA ---AI i f
>er ..... 11 pit ... try home 964-7061 :uftrrfip. IS a7reT 8R-123. HalgkU. Built for ....., 1070 1 BR brick C..... Bath con.rto block < ) :. .::"': i
a... ........VA." Hampton owaer ,........ ........ MO plua. ... It.Braad c..... fenced. back ysrd. 'I h.;;:.' ',' : !
MJ4MAOO 04:= Mr V8 JOI ---- nawl Workshop. with sir rend, i '::;"
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fc. 8...'.... Oak fnT 0. mtn home .It... 8R. ---- I ...
, T.... Let i 1072 Lit.... ..bib beat. : .
X 125' Lake ....... 100.W.... owner fmocm. .. ITARICE Panel HalfkU.1bant oil 8R-16. KEYSTONE: Double \. : ; .
j-.w;; I IiTERANS NO MONEY 1 ... . wide. Mobil ho.. .. < .
C;"' .., frame CENTER I --- ul baavly wa dad .. l
...... B room* I bo.Ia" Gang .... .. large : DOWMWe 10 *... ........ .... dtymite. late. high. aol dry* pared 10'111" ..... sad mobilea Available, 1m III....1..11. I' ."".

appro 10 ..... treee a .krt.kort watklacdi.taa .. I II I I Paneling Molding 1 I Off 8R.10 EMI.W .treat*, bu>d ,-r ... .. ee private Uk. .. . .LAKE-Nice'3: .f.. ..e li. { : ,
natal ...... borne.. 1 HH <* to tew" ke.*. ar you may II". *.. Graedla.Maay. ORANGE \
pee. Approximately. : Have Lots! In All Parts Of' = Kitchen Cabinets ...:; Re.kT.etUI:: A I .l ...r*. Call.. det. ..la. -- -- BR, 2 bath with your own n. :
0 h.., ..!>.. I.e I I Commercial ...ort.*. "--- orange 'r.... .r..ti""
8400 ... ueeme oo I .> tk .. ...... .
Meta Counter Tops. ... t are . . . .
bed ...1... r.a.ssal --- :3 BR. .bath ...... kaaiaam :: '. ,\i ,
cre. 145.000. (more And Clay .Counties, I I .. owner financed at .rile I1WY ,801 Nor'th-Thr, ,,, .
'I :
with large Vvfaal I I. 'Vanities .. 818.TOO. .
.valmble) Broker owner, II ,, F,Del...Th.... lower has ,meet leedlnfnetltMtlaM i .
......... ad treadlaeeme. 1 "( > bodroom house with 200 ,, ;;;,
prd J Real f:.....
em.llWa I Reg -i' '
very FREE j KEYSTONEi a... frontage. J-
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30 acre e* ..... rend paymoal.Ph I I J Office 944662 tract*. ....u.. .8,8SO. twe.IaguIoipb: ;
440,000. ESTIM4TESVAUGIIN.JOHNSON ri.....' P. ,.. W* have all type of 2 .
....9847700er f'.r. J. III. r .. fO ,
Remed.l.d 1 BR I kath '. .leP.Odem.CRIReg ?,, Evening: -- --- 9044100nay Rink property. Call u. todaytIrea :, ;" I\!:\ ..
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.... CH/A 10 Mr*. ReelEetat. I 5332210 AJI.IPATRAY BROKER -.1 \'
.fenced. with oa 9 .varJetleetrait ....... 1 .. Karate II.I."'..Ft*. ** E.De..... Aaaorisia I' '!r :I..!

tree. .. pe*.M.Abo E..... <- 964..147.P..rI I 4733Ifl :I I H.. co- .5.5i A8MKIATFH! 1..t..,flue Ueai. A_.... L.'.ul.... "t.. .
... ....... | tI..... Simmon.Eve. 7W6t1 .73-103' 940591David EenIs4.; 94-6069! ''.n \
rental "
1 BR 14Ct S. Thompson St __ __
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A Owned :
855/00. Terme.DA .".... 3a4.773Iis. Locally Company : D.. UyalAaeeelato .
Marshall UaaaSaleeaia
Old Coca CoisPinnI'9645711. 1{ r: .nl..
V.EVE' A'"ErKENOPkMO : < I Aeeeciato- S.ul.g- 732.illS !L1 .. .. '. r... 'VA On 1.., 'rlt."" I I '.; :/ 'f .. Eve Harold 964-0016 Fppe 471-437. 408.1225 : \edeftrttleelVealaaM.Ml. )/ .

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TELEGRAPH Oct.I'.Hag *"IB ** ; ,; .
PhoneMost ) .
P.pesHMary, Cribbs Wins a Tough Football Contest' Hunt pc'' 1its'A'Vi\lIft: : lei "

i --... J.as ttelaypMary sportsmen who plan on hunting DIIvlsiodlit lta tM1f r. ( JJw. until they are gwie" Stan jI.d., I
'V' ded
Crlbin. 7'? '-..Rand Street.Starke and Georgia to surprise LSU. Her on a wildlife management area \yftd.w4fit'\ffll) iRs by '
,was the winner of our football misses cam when she chose Lake during the first nine days of the Issuing the remaining 'per, The telephone number to make not Ie
contest last week. Mary hit on nine ol Butler to but Keystone, Pittsburgh to season have already obtained Uwrfr phone a*well as continuing" ,to accept of is 004--188.8&73. The numtwr III
11 choice and picked 51 points on her top Notre Dame and Chicago to beat quota hunt permit. written, applicatiorlei"Sportsmen! will deed furnish' thCommisslan ; equipped with .n recording device ..'
ttebreakdsroff the correct guess to Denver pAw Out some have not and, with the [ name. ado allow sportsmen to call after 9( pm
with their
win the sso check over Katie Thomas, M*. Thomas misted on the Lake September 23 deadline past for submitting orSenlor' and on weekends and leave the Information I -
Rtt. 1. Box SM, Stark, and ltchll. Butler game and alto mistakenly tttt written application, may, be dress, 'management rttrteat erew .stamp i>number needed to Issue a pcrmft.'tf.; : "r
Brown, Rid Box:38J-A, Uwtty, bothof picked USC to beat Arizona State and wondering how they can obtain the CUsenw hey
., and lhearea
whom mltttd just| three but misled the Charger to beat Miami. Brown ,," necessary permitBeginning who have bl ready received on1 permit number is busy sportsmen may call ,
the tI.br.aker' by more than the missed on the USG LSU and Michigan Monday. October 2. the nlnfr*' apply WH-48U-38SI,
Nil Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission for the first days may
wlnnr.Mr remain will be
up**!* during (his timer for ft second area What quota permits
will be
Nearly 300 entries came Into the accepting telephone issued In this manner until Nov. 1.
*. Crlbb mattered the wk full TELEGRAPH olllce last wk and calls from persons wishing to obtain permit.'We also have a few special hunt Stanberry said Beginning' Nov a. thel'elflonnl'
of upsets by picking Arizona State to well over half the entrants missed quota permits available which will be Issued! offices will Jssuc! an> remaining
beat USC, Mississippi State to top more than half of the games In a wk Some area have not yet reached" permits firstcomefirstserved basis permits, .
FSU. the Giant to whip Tampa Bay. 10 of th top 20 college' their quota for the first\ nine days on a .
that saw *
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Michigan! State to upend Michigan football tam go down to dft. -uIIIIIiII. ..."",. "'" "n. "''' '. .,



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THE FIRST 2 GUESSING THE CLOSEST !Kath' weekend football games will/ Tie games will be counted as misses ,,1L'li'L'r1111n1e'1)1,51'OJIIt. .' ,
OPPONENT. one In each ad on this unless marked as tie Games played -- -, IfvnurhnmeiNkntiFIJI H.Williams
TO THE SCORE OF STARKE (BHS) AND ITS page be selected Indicate which ofhthe before Friday night will be thrown 'Q thun 7 Yt.'II.&IIld.before .
in the blank with your guess and bring to our store will win and write thenname out. Any games listed Incorrectly due you miivMiw with
team opposite the advertiser's name to error or Incorrect due to Incorrect "JJSSS State Kurm Kind
6p m Friday proceeding game or get registration
will be thrown out.
in the entry blank".NO SCORES just, information *) out how much.
blanks et our storeIn winner will be 11 KM Ml'111 ,
A two
cn. ol li*. Ural :2 with. correct' .cor. or n..c..'correct score will, win the winner. each eliminated from participating In the ii".o\ \TiIIOMI Cull mi-today '
will be awarded
The prizes '" m\IKH L l
My Guess Is STARKE . OCALA FOREST week on correctly.the basis In of case most of games tie pick selected a remainder The decision of contest.of the Judges Is final. IVSI
NAME_?>..?...._..............._........._....-M..._...._...__ number largest number which you of points think will scored be the by' eligible All advertisers to win. Only and Bradford employees County are ifegv43TTRg

ADDRESS....................._..............---.PHONE-''----- anyone team that Is listed in contest employees are not eligible bttx """'
and write the number in the space, to enter contest.
Open !W.e use gem. below ttmt '''eme clolttt/ Score of Slat gm wine provided in the entry blank... this will Clip out entry and mail or bring to N. Walnut Street Starke Florida 864-5391
P.O. 119
Bradford Telegraph.
be used asatiebreaker. In the event a
STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLY tie still exists the total cash pot will Drawer A, Stare, Fla All entries
964-527C be divided equally among the must be In our hands by 5pm. COLORADO vs NEBRASKA
219 E. Washington S,. winners. Friday Only one entry PLEASE.


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KEYSTONE vs HASTINGS TerwIIUgarFord . . ', . ... ; . .'. . . .

GEM JEWELRY In Cos ol a tie the on. gusslng"th* loser to he most points Gp, ? tiy
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(THINK.............:.POINTS WILL BE THE,
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I ...... 'Starke Elementary News ........ Obituaries. ,t !*, Pine" Level' Baptist, Ladies Attend J

On Thurdaay Oct. Saw Barbara.JteddIAh' Browne Isaac Montgomery,' Danny ,, \\ ,, 1tJt'"' 11"'' '' ; ? ,4Women's
.fifth grade walked to Brown Shawn Jackson, Allan Gon- Mr.Delia Lee Silcox,75Mr risbtrGasktos.8r..MFuneral. Jubilee Retreat in OrlandoThirty
the Dairy Queen to receive free sales Frank Long

.tundae* they were awarded for Allan Hall George Crews *. Della Lee Silcox 79 of 407 services are *et this af ladles from the Pine Level Mr*. Joyce Gockley Mrs. Hazel
bavllli the mOlt parents at the PTO Jackson Lamar North St. Clair Street, Starke, died teI'I1OOnThuraday( Oct it) at a p.m. Baptist Church attended a Women' Duddlng,Mrs Tla Osborn. Mill Edith
meeting, Walking with Mm. Reddish diey. Mark Adkins, Michael: AJvarec, Wednesday night. Oct. II In Riverside foellaomas Fisher Gaskins. 62, of Rt. Jubilee Retreat In Orlando last Kennan. Mrs. Bonnie Padgett, Mrs.
and Mar claw was Mr. Joy Tetstone W J.-Thomu, Greg Jackson Dean Hospital In Jacksonville after an I. Boa top, Lawtey,wh .,died Tuesday Thursday Friday and Saturday held Pat Blankenship, Mr*. NettIe Griffin.
who I* Interning this quarter with Reddish, Marty Lawson, Sharon extended illness. m I ,fuolowing In Brldford County it the Tabernacle Baptist Church. Mrs. Bernie Jackson, Mr*. Gwen
Mts. Reddish.MM. Martin, Tonja McCloud, Missle Born in Starke, where she lived lloarlal a brief Wne. A lovely reception was enjoyed by Thornton. Mr, Elaine Kennan Miss
Reddish presented David ThompMn, Louclnda Griffin, Deanna most of her life, Mr. Silcox was the A lift-long resident of Bradford :he ladles! Thursday evening along Valerie Alvaret Mr*.Bonnie Crane...
Black the reading award for having ;Tomllnson, Karen Martin Bridgett widow of the late Walter Louis Silcox.ST. County, Mr. Gaskins owned and with much special music and Mr*. Charlene Mains Mrs. Manda\
.tl> read athe mOlt book this six week. Skeen. Cheryl Knowlea, Cindy and a member of Bethel Baptist operated a farm for many year He speakers. The special speaker Lee Bryant Mrs. Dottle Thornton.;
Each: Monday Mrs Reddish and Winkler Connie Carte Bonnie Wray, Church. was a member of Evergreen Baptist throughout the three day retreat Mr. Thelma MO"i Mr. Joyce .A
Mr*. Tetatone Issue five tokens to ,Debra Barter Annette Lee Amy Jo Survivor include a daughter, Mr. Church. Included: Dr John R. Rice, editor of Hosier. Mr*. Inll.Mrs.Nellie, .
each student The tokens are taped on Carter. Tent bender, Stacy Reddish, Geraldine Cynthia Hazen of Survivors Include his widow, Mr*. The Sword of the Lord, with hi* wife Ilutson and Mr*. Ethel Hutson. :
each student'desk. Tokens are taken Glorlda Davis Donna Parade Cindy Jacksonville: a son, Walter Louis Don Kersey Gaskins of Lawtey; Lloyst, and three of their daughter,. At the close of the Friday evening -
away when students misbehave or fall Harris and LaUnya Tyson. Silcox Jr. of Jacksonville; a sister, three sons: James Monroe Gasktn of Mrs Grace MacMullen with Accelerated service the Queen of the Jubilee was
to turn In ...Ipmenta.on) Friday the Congratulation are in order for the Mrs. Lessl*Silcox of Starke; one half- Providence Lane Caskins of Lawtey, Christian Education of crowned along with several print
students may exchange the tokens following boys and girl who were brother, Robert Lee of West Palm ?and,Tommy Jr. Gaskins of Lawtey; America Mrs Jessie Sandberg.; ceases who were presented with rose ;.
they have left for candy, gum chosent this semester to be en the Beach; two grandsons, two granddaughters five daughters: Mr. Yvonne Wise of teacher at Tennessee Temple SchoolsIn and a lovely tiara. ro
erasers, pencils paper, folder andother Safety Patrol: William Cruce. Keith and two great-grand Woodland, Ga., Mrs. Jenny Slkes of Chattanooga Mrs. Joy Martin The next Jubilee retreat In Florida .
item. Ardley, AmyJo Carter. Bonnie children. Lawtey, Mrs Gail Taylor of Teacher at Tennessee Temple School will be held In April 1979 at the j
Date to remember: Tuesday Geiger.Louclnda Griffin Robert Funeral cervices were held Ga., Mrs Helen Monlai and Director of the Concert Choir. Trinity Baptist Church In Jacksonville ;."

October 24. J978,. Individual schoolpictures Boswell, Evelyn Dougherty, Donna Saturday morning Oct. 14, In Bethel Jacksonville, and Mrs Cathy Backus Other speakers were Mr*. Jack ;
will be taken. Parado, Trlcia Lawson, Debra Baptist Church with Rev Everett J. of"Melrolet" ; five brothers: Guy Hytes, Pastor's wife from the First '
Tuesday October 31. 1978 the Porter, Sherri Gaskins, Stacy Red Babb officiating. Burial was In Gaskins of Lake Butler Darby of Baptist Church of Hammond, Indiana Frampton Family ,
student will have a Halloween dish Marty Lawson Teresa Futch Kinsley Lake Cemetery under ,, Lawtey, Wade of Starke. J.B. of and teacher at Hyles-Anderson
costume contest: during the school Loren Boone. Lacy )Harvey, Thelma direction of Archer-Tanner Funeral ,Lawteyand WUlard of Starke; three college; Mrs Leo Robcrson Pastor's To Sing SaturdayA
day. More Information will be sent Cannon, Latanya Tyson, Christopher Home of Starke. ." sisters: Mrs. Geneva Redding of Live wife from the Highland Park Baptist j
home. Our drive for the Campbell Canbell and Lamar Ardley. Oekf1 Mrs. Bertlce Robinson of Church in Chattanooga. Tennessee;
soup labels has begun. We are already Starke Elementary staff was hardat : I Brandon, and Mrs. Vergie Colding of and Mrs Beka Morton, co-founder ff gospel sing Is held every third ?:
off to a very good start having at the work: Friday morning Oct. 13, a* Percy J.Grlffls,72 Lethla, FU. and 16 grandchildren. Pensacola Christian School :and Saturday night atTlson Auditorium .,
end of one week about 342 labels. Our they took part in a math workshop. Rev. James Saunders and Rev. Allege. Lake City, this week featuring the '
Souper Stan this week are a*follows: Participant demonstrated such Percy J. Griffls, 72. of Lawtey died James Cowart will officiate at the Approximately 850 ladles who at- Frampton Family of Starke. ,+
David Stevens, Michelle Conner diligence as they learned to use Thursday evening, Oct. 12, following services' at 2 p.m. today. Burial will ended the retreat and came from
Regina Snell. Sharon Thomas Don several different manipulative brief Illness. follow In Lawtey Cemetery under many different states. Those attending The next sing Is set for Saturday 'J
Perry Davis, Mitch Gray Samyra material that will be incorporatedInto Born and raised in Lawtey, Mr. direction of Archer-Tanner Funeral with Mrs. Roman Alvarez, night Oct. 21, at 7:30: p.m. :;//0
Addison Mary Alice Howle, Nicky the math program. The Griffin was the son of the late Lou Ann Home of Starke. crowned a, princess for having the ,
Gauthier.Teresa W Ricks. manipulative wire purchased with Taylor and Jesse Griffin of Lawtey.He second largest group of ladies with This week's sing will feature the .''
Kim Sapp, Tina Harmon, Barbara funds that the school has received was a carpenter and a member of H-r, were Mrs. Don Hallgren, Mrs. Frampton Family, the Ron Williams ;,
Mosley, Mark Adklns. Mlssle through an adopter grant the Evergreen Baptist Church. MRS.ALICE L.PEARSON 77 jharon Middlcton. Mrs. Harrlette Singer of Branford and the Singing 'j
Thompson,Teresa Futch;Lisa Adklns Survivor include three sons: Carl Jackson. Miss Linda O'Rear Mrs. Flowers of Live Oak "
and Lisa Richersoa Thursday Oct. 12, Mr*. Reddin,'* Griffl of Lawtey, Louis and Percy Mr*.Alice L. Pearson 77, of McRae Dianne Moody, Mrs. Joan Hughes, There I II no admission charge

Parents remember Friday, October room was alive with the drama of Griffls. both of Starke; two settlement died Saturday evening In ................................ .... .....
20th will be a teachers planning day, Easy Little Pizza u each student daughters: Mrs. Clara Wilson of the Gainesville Convalescent Center a. u
no school for children made and ate his own. Thi was a Atlanta and Mrs. Minnie Power of following a lingering illness GIDKON; REPRESENTATIVE: St. Edward' New :
Happiness Is the new Playground special treat the class worked hard to Birmingham, Alabama; seven Born in Clay County on March 29, TO BE GUEST SPEAKER
equipment for the kindergarten earn by all making 100 on their sisters: Mrs Ella Parker, Mrs Willie 1901. Mrs. Pearson had lived In -1
playground. Shipments have begun to 'spelling quiz on the first try. Mae Strickland Mrs Reba Packham, Jacksonville for many years, moving Deanery Meeting ,
arrive and soon the playground will be Mr*. Lessle Fletcher and Mr*. Nettle back to McRae In 1974. Formerly proprietor Gideon Representative C. A. .
read for the kindergarten children. Lunch Frigo, all of Jacksonville; Mrs. Ethel items were purchased: Oct. 2327Monday Griffls of Raiford, and Mrs. Mlle Pearson was a member of the St. the Starke Church of God on Sunday Deanery St. Augustine Diocesan
swings, regular slide, caterpillar Hatcher of Tampa; two brothers: John Park Baptist Church in Oct.22.in the II a.m. morning worship Council of Catholic Women, was
climber, net climber, crawl slide, ) Hot dog on bus, cabbageslaw Elize (Pat) Grlffis of Lawtey and Jacksonville. Her parent were the service. hosted by St. Madeleine's Guild of
satelite climber. We would like to yellow cake with choc.: Icing Jessie Griffls of Jacksonville; 13 late Elam and Charity Gllsson. The public is Invited to attend this High Springs on October 17. .; I ,
thank the Starke Elementary P. T. O. potato chips, milk grandchildren and 5 great-grand Survivors Include her husband special Gideon service by Rev. Mel Attending the meeting from SL' ,
for donating the funds for the KIn- Tuesdays Lasagna garden salad, children. Lloyd O.Pearson; one daughter,Mrs. Drake. Pastor of the church. Edwards Parish were Mr*. Antoinette
dergarten Playground. fruit cup, garlic roll, milk Funeral services were held Sunday Frank Gayle of Keystone; two Cos, Deanery Vice President; Mrs
afternoon Oct. 15, In the chapel of brothers, Craig and Merrill Gllsson. Anne Samons.. past president of the
On October 12, Mrs. Patrick's Wednesday* White bean with ham, Archer-Tanner Funeral Home with both of McRae; three listen Mrs. .* *'* * * ** Deanery; Mrs. Claire Brunettl.
fourth grade had a class play about buttered rice, carrot ft raisin salad, Rev. John Chasteon pastor of the Minnie Martin of Tampa Mrs. Opal Deanery Family Affairs Chairman;
Christopher Columbus. Chuck gelatin on lettuce cookie, biscuit: Highlands Baptist Church, officiating. Bishop and Mrs. Myrtle Harris both :SERVICEMEN Mrs Anne Glngras, Mrs. Josephine ':
Coburn, Stacey Bowen, Brian Barton milk Burial was In Lawtey Cemetery with of Kingsley Lake; and two grandchildren : Gumber, Mrs Betty Dazlnskl. Mrs. .f
Tammy Covington,Patrick Diggs andDana Archer-Tanner Funeral Home of '!'* * *. *"*t Richards. Mrs Viola Lefebvre band
Adklns presented the play to the Thursday Roast beef with gravy, Starke in charge of arrangements. Graveside funeral services were Mrs. Dolores Meng.
class. mashed potatoes, string beans, applesauce held Monday Oct. 16, In the Gadara Women from St. Mary's In Mac- :
The following boys and girls went to roll, milk Cemetery with Rev. Leamon Ward FORT BENNING.: Ga. Oct. 12- Benny St. Patrick's and Holy Faith In
Evelyn Joyce St.John 51 Johnnie C of Mr. Gainesville. Parish In Lake '
Southside Elementary School, officiating DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Sgt. Covington son Epiphany
Wednesday, Oct. 18. with Coach Friday Fish sandwich lettuce, Home was in charge of arrangements.Mrs. and Mrs. Johnnie C. Covington, Sr., Holy Family Guild of Chleflandand
Chilson and Coach Jordon to par.* tomato ft pickle, potato tots, banana Mr*. Evelyn Joyce St. John 51, of 412 Michigan St..Starke recently was Holy Cross Guild of Cross City :
In Football and Route 1, died Monday assigned as a ground surveillance also participated In the meeting
Uclpate a Volleyball nut cake with Icing carrot ft celery In .Llney Lee Flakes 79
Oct. 16 the Bradford
evening, with the 197th Infan- Mans concelebrated St.Madeleine's .
tournament: Robert Boswell!, Stanley stick milk radar specialist was at
of Starke
County Hospital following a brief Mrs Llney Lee Flakes 79. try Brigade at Fort Denning. Ga. Church by Father,John
illness. died Friday night Oct. 13, in Orlando Covington entered the Army In Dux. Host pastor) Father Flannan :.
Born October 28, l')20.! In Ocllla. following an extended illness August 1975. He is a l'J7J graduate of Walsh of Holy Faith. Spiritual
Brathwaite Confident HisIdeas
Georgia Mrs. St. John moved to Born in South Carolina, Mrs, Flakes Bradford High School. Moderator; Msgr. John Bums pastor .
I Starke in 1950 from Fitzgerald, Ga. lived in Keystone Heights and Starke of St. Patrick's.Father Patrick Foley
She was a member of the Grace for many years. She is the widow of St Edwards pastor; Father AnthonySebra ,
Baptist Church. the Ute Carl Flakes and a member of St. Mary's Pastor and Father
Can WinThough Stewart BrowningEnlists
Survivors Include her husband, the Grace Baptist Church Thomas Gordon, pastor of Epiphany
Richard B. (Dick) St. John; one Survivors Include: a brother, Ben : in Navy parish.
daughter, Joy St. John of Starke two McAllister ,,of Folkston Ga.; seven
productivity and lower ; Charles Stewart has been Honored at the meeting were .'
encourage .
the deck seems stacked sons: Richard V. St. John II. In the grandchildren: Mrs. Elizabeth Seal of Browning guests
against him Republican District 2U.S. inflation. Right now we're d1acouraI U.S. Navy in London England and Palatka, Mr*. Rosena Strickland of accepted for enlistment in the United, MrsBetty McGill. President, of.the'J" 'Wpast _L.UlltDCCW..M"Gl .

Mouae candidate Pete ,Brath. somebody I because every move Ume into'1',..W IIIttIwH-,!.....,..........,......... ._..."" .. ..JU.' uiv fe"" '<' ..aYSLwvartIa.tkremwitVolile"and : .. f -- ; '.it ersvaifw
watte:of Gainesville professes a con- gets a raise they brothers: W.T. Harper of North Orlando. Frederick: Carl Flakes of "-Virginia' a Browning of Unite, : Diocesan President.- r' r-
fidence In his campaign because "I a higher tax bracket and it"ends up Augusta S.C and Hugh P. Harper of Keystone Heights, Mrs. Audrey Starke. Mrs. Dolores Dux mother of Father
believe the people In this District and hurting them in the wallet. Macon Ga.; one sister, Mrs. Allowee Bishop of Jacksonville, Mrs. La Verne Seaman Recruit Browning will Dux. all of Jacksonville

all over the country want a change to -He also said he wouldn't play the Mahoney of Flint Michigan. Morgan of Gainesville All Fonzo attend basic training at Orlando be
home for Christmas and then attend Dr. James J. Cerda, was the guest
a more aggressive, problemsolvingleadership" "political shell game that Fuqua has Funeral services' were held Wed- Flakes of Jacksonville; 15 great
approximately 10-14 weeks at Sonar following the business
nesday afternoon Oct. 18, in Grace grandchildren and four great-great
at times. He cited as a for
played man Class "A" School in San and luncheon held atRrown's :
Diego, meeting
The 34-year old Republican has Instance that the Democratic incum- Baptist with the pastor, Rev Donald grandchildren.Funeral.
lived in Gainesville since 1967 he was bent recently "voted for a voting ruleon E. Scheetz, officiating. Burial was In were held Monday California./ Restaurant in High Springs.
raised in the farm country of Eastern a Labor Reform Bill that assuredthe the family plot in Crosby Lake morning, Oct. 16, at Green Lawn After Sonarman (raining, SR
Maryland before attending the bill's passage and then voted no Cemetery with arrang*ments handledby Cemetery with Brother Frank Browning will attend Basic Sub-
University of Florida for a Master's when the Bill came for vote. That DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home Johnson officiating. Burial was under marine. School at New London Conn.
up for 6 8 wei'ks. This will be followed FLORIDA
Degree. Since serving a pair of three- way he please* his liberal northern direction of Archer-Tanner Funeral by
stints as an assistant to Home of Starke. assignment too Fleet Ballistic or Fast
year Washington legislators Brathwaite congressional friends and "also his .................................... Attack Nuclear Submarine. THEATRE
constituent industry people."If .
Two Draw
Browning was enlisted by Navy
has taken a year to Campaign
1634 the General Court of
the seat that incumbent Don Fuqua- elected I would work hard at Massachusetts In enacted a Recruiter Hon Miller, who Is at Call & Walnut ... ':
Ala, has held for 16 years. He says getting a position In the House Agricultural law drinking toasti.Methodist. Bradford Square on Monday and Starke 964-5451 ,:
the year of traveling the District has Committee and the House Prison SentencesTwo against Thursday from 24. ...............................
given him "insight into the people's Judiciary Committee," Brathwaite
thinking" and given him confidencethat added "1 think if* necessary for this marijuana inmates cases pleaded before guilty Bradford in Yo iuth ActivitiesThe Fri-Sat-Sun
he can upset the veteran Fuqua."I District to have a voice In the Ag.
Circuit Carlisle
really believe my thinking is in Committee and I also think there' a Judge Wayne at
need for Florida State Prison Monday and counselors and youth other five teams were made up
the mainstream of this District, a non-legal voice in the Judiciary Thirty-three
Brathwaite said in a visit to Starke, Committee" were sentenced to prison terms. competed In a bowling tournement of the following members: Stephen .
"much much more than that of my As far as how his campaign Is going Charlie McCoy SI, serving a five- last Sunday at NAS Cecil Field in Little, Lynn Loper Kelly Carver.
opponent.-Talking to the people has 'Brathwaite said that because a few year sentence for delivery of Jacksonville. Donna Thornton, Annie Loper, Donny
been good for me, I don't profess to "rather unique methods" It's going marijuana In Putnam County, High game for the day was 155 Dayen. Mark Box. Todd Denton,
have all the answers. The American well. received an additional three year bowled by Jeff Lawson with Kevin Matthew Box, Nelson Green, Carmen
eople have good common sense and a "I've been going to a* many football sentence when he pleaded guilty to Miller and T. J. Carver coming in Eaves Maria Darley, Chuck :
lot of times they can provide the games as I can lately, It's great" way possession of more than five gramsaf second and third. The winning team Williams, Scott l-olkViclde Carver I
answers for you if you just listen to to meet and talk with people without marijuana while an inmate at Lawtey with the most pins after two gameswas Bret Smith Lori Lawson Jeff I
Correctional Institute. The arrest Bill Sunders Mike Whlf fen
them." invading their privacy I'm a sports made up of Pat Mundorf T. J. Lawson. ,
"Quite frankly, I don't think the one nut anyway: so it'* a natural. occurred April 12. Carver, Kevin Miller and Jay Eaves. and Tammv Denton.
Bobby Alvin Kent, 32 received a Other guests! with the group were !
vote this District has in the House of concurrent sentence in the Mr nnd Mrs Don Denton. Mr.. and
The District 2 challenger was at the
has been used ( Bradford _
Representatives County Jail after he pleaded !Mrs Gareth Jones Mr.and Mrs. Glen -
BHS-Buchholz game on September 21.
effectively as it could have been, guilty to possession of less than five Dream Girl t'ulk. aril Randall and Jaoon Polk.
"Man, that was a wasn't PLUS
said Brathwaite, "and it's more than super game o o
grams of marijuana. The concurrent The Junior and Senior youth groups ,
It? he added "I got to meet a lot of
just the vote, it has to do with leader-
term means that if the year sentenceIs will have a wiener roast and hay ride
people and see the overtime In that
ship. I don't think my opponent has taken In under current sentences Seeks Contestants next Saturday evening' at 7 '
exercised a" leadership role in game Kent Is serving at PSP, Kent's October 21st, at the home of Mr. andMrs Sinbad I
Washington. He also hal spent weekends obligation will have been met. Contestant are now being sought Don Denton In Keystone Oaks.
When asked what he would do traveling the rivers of the District and Kentiwlthdrewhis earlier plea of not for the Dream Girl Beauty Pageantset Any youth needing a ride should meet and the
:differently than the incumbent Brath Bay that too has been a valuable way guilty in court Monday, and the state December 2 at the National Guard at the church at 6:30: p.m. Ii
waite didn't hedge but gave a list of gaining know will drop a count of Introduction of Armory. All the youth groups sponsored a i
answers They Included: ledge of Distrl marijuana J against Kent. There will be five age divisions: covered dish family night last It
Tiny Dream Boy for 3-4, Tiny
-"For one I would take a heckuva Saturday evening at the church.
economic Dream Girl for ages 34, Little Miss and
more stand on Approximately fifty youth 1
reform aggressive answered, and Calls for Retention ol f r Death Penalty. Dream Girl for age 7-10, Junior Miss parents attended the dinner.
Dream Girl for lies 11.15, and a Miss
he then outlined his four-part answerto Following dinner, the group enjoyed I t
Dream Girl for ages 18.21Winners ,
a "worsening economic situation JACKSONVILLEAnder Cren- ensure equality of justice throughoutthe in each division will half hour film entitled "Home Run
"I think economic relief will come For which depicted the life ofa
shaw Republican candidate for Sunshine State, he said. receive a crown, trophy, banner and
when we do four things-lower taxes Secretary of State, has called for retention young boy who constantly got Into r
and second
flowers. First
balance the budget, lessen government of Florida's death penalty, "Our state government should also will receive runners-up trouble, until he met Jesus Christ. 301 DRIVE-IN
regulation and halt inflation. We characterizing a* "an deterrent pay particular attention to the special trophies. From that point on, he not only .
an cut taxes and balance our budget, to serious crime, important against ours- rime problem facing our, senior Interested persons should contact: ,came a winner on his baseball team .............................. i
Debra Jordan Rt. Box 388, ,
1, Lawtey
is a matter of fact that's the best way citizen" itizens and the rural sections: of but he became a winner In life. Frf Sat I
FL 32058 work 964-
to the budget balanced. U you Florida," he noted. ; phone Don Denton II
don get t give the government as much '"A far a* I am concerned, the 5165; Margaret Ann Bennett,964-6236. Youth Director I

tax money to spend and tell them they death penalty 1* a necessary tool In Florida's. cabinet oversees the It
'lave a certain amount to use you'll any successful attack on crime In our Department of .Criminal Law En- t i
ait spending. As far as government state" the Jacksonville legislator 'orcement which leads the state'overnment'l

regulation, it's really a hidden form of said war on crime. "As a EARN YOUR HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA I
taxation. The more bureaucracythere ". contend that the direction of member of the Cabinet, I will be a
Is In government the more the justice must be to protect the law strong and unwavering voice for a \

taxpayer has to shell out to pay for all .bldlDgfubUe against the criminal, ough "stand against crime In' '3y.Teking'The GED Tests. Applications For The, QED PLUS l4 I
Florida Crenshaw said, .
the paperwork, law-making and must not be influenced "
administration. The public pays $130 by a"person' economic asocial ., : Tests Are Being Taken At TheBradford "blter tieaal Velvet" :
'Dillon a year for government regulation status, Crenshaw declared. 'm'1' ;

when you figure everything In. During his year in the legislature, SISTERKATHRINE ., Union Area Vocational Technical Center. Rated PQ : 1Sun.
That IOU, against everytWng that Crenshaw fought for mandatory jail I ",

reached made this the country highest what level it Is.of The clvUt-U.S. firearms term for In person the-"commission convicted: of using of 'a >. r... The Deadline'Is October 30,, 1978. n Mort ,. .,

satin in world history by allowingfree felony. "It la my belief that we need ." Ca11964.6150 "Information.. ,, Call i.lelt'
enterprise and Individual responsibility. sentences which reflect the seriousness j Spiritual. ..r And For '
Now we're getting to where of the crime, and that these sentence .\. '
rill.! I Need Basses : ":
the government Is trying to run everynody's be 3i 'made more uniform toSteam Advisor On All Problems' Examinations Arc Scheduled .' '

"I really life for believe them.you" can cut taxe' .--hot------- Call Now For Appointment [ mber 6 & 7 From 1:00: P.M. 0:00 P.M. 'liS o i g
and lower the Inflation level at the has been around I' "
same time." Brathwaite continued tine '1846 when It won tint 004/328-8663<< 8 & 9 From 6:00: P.M. 10:00 ?M. ,Ie.L. Tiibe"Riattd :
"raising taxes had never been the Installed In Boston's Eastern '
inflation that come Hotel.. Palatka sa A.M9; P.lvi 1 : j !R
defenseagainst p, 10 From 9:00: A.M. 12:0Q'No

have said. it I iI. .If you ,cut taxes, you, '" ,-1,1 ",," ''1'''' '', "!; : t 'q. .." ..


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TELEGRAPH Oct. 10 IMS '. '" t\ .. t. .,
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June Property: Sales .... H_- ---*-.11# l ,Pf I"I I," '''If' to.' '

I '4 nN" .u : 1 / : -< : ; 1 -l7.c'-r.-r----: : : -1 I

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Oasie Wynn tt wife t .tommy H. .Bobby.Joe Hall.wife to Mary A"**' I
wife Rufus i P. ,
Bradford County land tales for the Roy Lee Nichols Wynn A wife, 444 acres"Wiwu of Hall Phillip Andrew Holt A Ronald I '
month of June totaled 1907,783 Haynes A' wife,part of SW' of NW\l4\ NW' of Sec. U, T7S. R21&: $100. Joe Hall. NE'.. fJCSE'< *Sec.SVT7S.R22c (
of Sec TSS. R20E, Union Co..
marking the second consecutive : 32, William M Horne rep.to estate of ilo0.Owen '
month total tales have been near or 9000.Ovid F. O'Neal & wife to William 1 1O'Neal H. James Horne. to William M Horne, J. Southerland A wife to ., ., ...' ,."'

above 1000000. & wife WIor NEW of SEV, Lots, 5.6,7, 8,of Block 1 of Wright"Scandreth' James W. Clementa. Jr. A wife. a .
May, 1978 land tale came to Addition to I i Hampton parcel In N Mi of Lot 98 of Sec! 19. T5S.ME '
Sec. T6S R22E, $30.000. $t Te. ,
Bradford County buyer 4. 24500. grnpA' ,. ,
ll.tW.OJ7: at Slocum A wife to WalUHenderson $100. 't. ,* 1 "
continued to Ignore predictions of i a Johnny the east 1 acre of WVi. i 01 William M. Horne to Ina K. Horne Pansy C. Taylor, to James v 4f: ; ;

,national recession In early summer NE' of SWV of NKV of Sec. 26. T5S! Lots 1 A 2 In Block 2 of Gould' Park Crosby A wife, all SW'4 of Mw 4'. 'I' r .4 :-:,. I
Prices of transactions are figured Hampton..$100, except N 970'and except 18IJ'Sec.14' PitSOONy N,

from documentary tax stamps affixed R22E. $1,000.Newell wife to Kenneth C. William M. Horne, tote/ Barbara TSS. R21E. 5 acres, $100. 1 ,
Paul D.
to deeds flied .In the office of the Greene and wife, 2 parcels locally! Barksdnle, Betty Murray Martha \) r 'I s
county clerk. Williams, James W Home Jr. A c.., rw, 'O I
known as lots 21, & 22 of Geneva i N. .I '1e
for the month parent '
Largest transaction Shores 59000. William M. Horne, a in the ,\ 1 M1 4' '
was the sale of a home and 21 acre lot Gall,F. Jensen It wife to James NWU" of SE' ol See:: 13 T8S.! R22E. f : let
for $62,000 by E.D. Norman and wife $100 IRWtIr h', y
A wife Lot 5 Block I B '
to Patrick PatlUo and wife. The< Sidney English Unit 4 In fractional Earl Prevatt A wife to Clifton cJ I
of Ridge
acreage It located 2% miles east of Prevatt A wife, Half of1: block 6, ,' 'saw c' 1 1
R22E. $49.433. .J0 "
12 TBS. "
Stuckey' (301) on Marklee Starling sec L Brown I Lawley, Lot 3. except S 66.67' A Lot 4: I nt.

Road, In the SEV of NWV of Sec. 12. husband Mary L.a 1 Brown acre parcel to Mary the NE' of Block 14 Lots 3 A except S 66.67' and Q' I Ixlls

TBS. R22E. lots 4 A 5. $100. '4' ;
NEU': of SW'4 of Sec. 25. TSS R22E,
Gene D. Adams to Lamar Johnson Carl W. Stewart A wife to Joseph '
A wife parcel of land tract 2-C of $100. Dewey Blake A wife 2 acres in SE : l f h

Mount Pleasant on Silver Lake, a subdivision Kenneth D. Forrest Harold A.Forrest&wifetoScottDetleaonpan.. corner of SW4 of SW'4, of Sec 36,TSS

for 3000. t. R21E. $16,700.Leland 7 '
Geneva Lake Estates. Inc to of the E'* of NW',4 of Sec. 2. T6K22E ,, f"
Lot 13 A. Brown A wife to Henry R.N '
Melvin F. Hag and wife ,
Geneva Oaks, a subdivision ",000. L. Ownbey & wife to James Tanner, a parcel bounded on the South WMN k' '
W. ROIl Covey J. Brooks Brown E. Tomlinson A wife, Lot 27 of by Sampson Lake in'Sec3'T6S: y : : o ,

Jack M Courtnay, A Marilyn R Seminole Ridge in fractional Sec. 12. R21E.: $4.250. V.' ,|>> ,

Courtney to Maurice B. Overstreet I. TEAS R22E. $11.300. .

wife. Lot 19 of "Keystone Oaks" Hector L. Ownbey A wife to Frank Ykp/ k I
$4, oo. Igen tt wife Lot 17 of Seminole Ridge ;, I oa d t '
Mary T. Overhdser to John E Unit 7. $8.100. ". J
Crlssman wife, Lot land W'/i of Lot The Ott Corp,, to Hector L. Own hey a x i
6 of Block 36. Peeks Addition to It wife, Lots 6. 17, 27 of Seminole $

Starke $12,300. Ridge( Unit 7, fractional Sec. 12, T SH22E. .' .04

Lila Kublzna to L.N. Wilson & wife,, $23.700.Bobby r ?Je',,. t '" .' 1' .,.' tY

2.49 acres In E'4 of SW' of NW' ,. Joe Hall & wife to Bobby Joe ftl,iw, ... 4j
being also the E'% of S'j' of Gov't. lot Hall parcel In NW4 of NE. of Sec. .,) ... :
2. of Sec. 18, T7S R22E. Also 4.87 34 TVS. R22E $100. ),

acres In EH of SWV4 of NW/ and Jack D. Clark A wife to Owen J. ....;. .f.tify it. .. e e
parUy In the SE' of NWIof Sec. 18, Southerland wife, parcel in Lot 5f ;;l.. x',

T7S R22E. tZS.BOO of Sec 19 TSS, H22E. of Woodlawr / .... Y
Elisha L. Grlffis, Jr. to Myrtice E. u.15 e r _.
Conway A Noble R. Conway, joint $100. .. ;. \ ,
tenants, a part of the SWV. of NW"4 of Virginia E Sibley Lee to James E. .
$100. Mecks & wife. The S165'of the N 185' I
Sec 28, TBS, R22E. -
Edna Rav Crawford to James Ray ,of that part of NW'.. of SW'. of Sec. 13, I II
Crawford. Parcel,SEV4 of SWV Sec. TSS R22E west of Silver Lake, I

12 T6S. R21E, 15000. $45.500!
James Ray Crawford to Edna Ray Hector L. Ownbey A wife to Charles I

Crawford, parcel: NW i4 of SEV4, Edwards wife Lots,Seminole Ridge .11 .. '" .'
Sec. 12 TBS R21E I1S.OQO.' Unit 7. $10,80.Leon ".
Jewell R. Joyner to Walter Pate V. Dicandio& wife to Chloe D. ?d ii q '
Gassett. 1.25 acres In the NW' of Rivers. The east 30' of Lots 2 & 4 of IRfxAIR / p ,, i .. I'c/

NE.. Sec. 34. T6S. R22E. 30000. Block 22 in original town of Starke, IjNe ,

Steve Whitehead, to Scott White- $183J.
head. Lot N. a portion of NE'4 of Frank J. McAfee A Thomas N. e it : p' '
Williams to Sylvester Williams wife : ,
NW. of Sec. 6. T6S. K22E. 3200. .. .
The Ott Corp. to Robert E. Stall & undivided two -thirds Interest in Lot 1; v., .._." ,-.... ... ........

wife. Lot 8, Block A of Seminole Ridge II, Sampson Lake Shores. $100. 4 L uRe 'It! II (' 1
& Flniana Deal to Yvonne Curies to John E. ,. '. '"
Unit 4. $12000.Joyce Zita Sequeira Nettle ,, ;: : .
Lee to David Myers. The Robert E. King A wife. Commence at Curies Jr. 4 parcels of land. 1)) in 'i + .' ,.

South 70 ft. of Lot 23A of the Original NE corner of SE'. of NE'. and run NW'4 of SE'., Sec. 32, TBS. R22E, 2)) oJ I j..-. + ........ .. 0. ..
Town of Law ley. $100. 200' W. S 15' for pt. of beginning; In NW'' of SE'.. Sec. 32, T6S.H22E 31 ,.. : -" '
W 50' S I' E 50', N 100' to of SE'4 of NE'4 Sec. 29. TBS '
in E'j
Nadeane Murray to Nadeane D. thence run : 'L
.1. ..
Murray Michael Dwayne Murray, point of beginning Sec. 29, TBS, H22E, R22E.4) In NE corner 0//SE'. of NE' ? "" .. .,. .
in Sec. 29, TBS. R22E $100. Lawrence T. Oglesby A wife to '. I ''
Sharon Rochelle Miller, and James 112000 Ilf' Ill l -/1'''' 'rJI.
; ; :
Leroy Murray E ISO' of the South 240' Marklee J. Harris to Bertie Myers The Ott Corp. to Francis J.:Stanley Owen Adam Hoover. 1.9 acres in ,; I

of the North 420' of the NW>. of the one lot lying S of Block 31 in Original A wife,Lot 8. Unit 7, Seminole Ridge SE'. of NW. of Sec. 34, T6S. R22E. .

NW'j of Sec. 24. TBS R22E. $100. town of Starke, except North 285' $9.200. 13.000.. 'c1 .,. .I".
Verna J. Demorest to Kenneth E. bounded East and South.by RR. West The Ott Corp. to Mercer N. Elkins A James Marvin Rogers A wife to Leo ""I,; :: ] N

Demorest" wife. Lots 6.7 8, 9. 10. A, by Thompson St., $100. wife. Lot 8 of Seminole Ridge Unit 5, M. Wlerzbowski. Jr., 1 acre more or
B. & C of Block 1; Sue of Lot E, Lot F Jack E. Hazen & wife to Pine Air 2500. less In the S', of SE'4 of NW4 northof '
of Block 2, Wynn's addition $26,666.! Farms' Inc.. W', of W'/i of NE'/4 and T.F.Gaskins A wife toT.F. Gaskins State Road 237 in Sec. 12, T7S. "' .. .. L : I. 0, I

Affordable Homes of Florida. Inc. the E 10 acres of NWV in Sec 20,T7S, A wife, Lots 15. 17, 32, In Sec:: 1*. and R19E:, $7.500. Helghts''emelerAnsn! ,'. J """": ''''iIn
to Sharlene Addison. Lot 74 Crystal ttlE. $266.Glenn Lot 24 in Sec. 20 of Wo lawn" TSS Joy D. Collins, representing estate Keystone South .."'--.. IfjJa. ,+...,."...""""" ....,:,t. o'I
A wlf..the ,
Homesltes. $24,900.: H. Mackay to Paul L. Craw- R22E.:40 acres $100. '. II I* ol LoulM Hunt Kit to Cecilia T ., to L.E.: ,Harris .' ,'' : .. (1
Lake .. .lllr-.f: Block "E.: I 2 of Lot 12.1 of Keystone Heights }
Am.Meen"Nattonel Lots 1. A 2.
Edna Hart to Corp. of the ford, Jr. wife, that part of the Whreefourths rerwillegar. I. ,
of Jesus Chris of N* of SW4 of SW4h Jacksonv\l1e\ to H.C. Reading* wife a Pinehurst Subdivision. $20.000. (!'emetery First Addition $500 1 .' ,
of Bishop Latter of the Day Church Saints, a Utah corp., which h> lies S. and E. of County Graded 1'i acre parcel In NW corner of lot 29,' Irene L. Faulkner A Susan M. RO Simmons & wife to Lewis Wra I .".. .. ..... 1-. .

sole. 13.460' in SE'. of SW 4, of Sec.'no Road. except one house & lot 150' byISO' In Woodlawn. Sec 10, TSS R22E, Bakken to Mark Edward Harden- ": wife Lot 10. Block$" .500.11. Temple'sddition "I" ," 1 '. "
in NW corner of same Sec 28. 1800. brook A wife a parcel In the NW4 of ,\ to Starke. '
T6S. R22E. $2,900. '. '
Geneva Lake Estates, Inc. to TSS, R22E, $4,5T/0. Jack K. Lanier A wife to Larry NE'4 of Sec. 34, TBS. R22E 2200. Ira E. Gowens to Russell A. )" !L '";., ',,, ,1
of Lots 39 :
James wife a parcel In Sec. A wife to Milton 'eatherly A wife, portions .. (
Timmerman wife a parcelin James L. Andrews wife to David Wright Leland A. Brown # .' {. '.".. <]i'}';
Eugene gov't. lot 2 of Sec. 36, TBS. R22E, R. Flynn Lot 8 of Golf View $100. 26. TSS R22E 25000. W. Johnson a parcel bounded by .k 40. of Sec 12. of Woodlawn $8.000. ,; I.,, ; r"., 'l 1I"f/I. 41 .
$10000. Margaret V. Morrison to Donald Donald K. Bennett wife to JamesF. Sampson Lake on the South in Sec. 27.F6S. ,'" : I" ) '1\ h' \,
Clarence L. Harper A wife, to Leo Bagwell& wife a parcel In theSEU of Norman A wife W 100' of Lot 6. R21E. $4.250. Keystone Developers of Bradford I" '. N ... ;, !1' tInc.

Darold Crawford A wife a portion of SWI4 of Sec. 28. and portion of the Block 22 of City of Lawtey, $100, to Eugene Joseph Parenteau A : t' "', 11 ":rj'; '. .. .
the NE'4 of NW>4 of Sec 6. TCS, lE'j of NW'4' of Sec. 33. 'l'tS. R22E. SR. Hicks A wife to John A. Lawrence Braslngton A wife to Olin wife Lot 2. Block 17. Keystone Club v 'i: 'I 1' 'I .0/
I" .
in the S'-i of Ellen I. Worley, Lot 40. I : : I \. f' .(
R22E. $30.00.Eugene () 4000. Goolsby wife a parcel Worley" states. Unit $1.400.. .... ;r' '
F. Shaw to Harold C. Howard Verrill Bickford to Lamar NW'. of NW' of Sec. 34. T6S R22E. Indian Beach $53.500. Jerry O. Rowe A wife to John A. .,,: vr' .. ,'. :",', i\ : ;( ,"

Farnsworth&wife. Lot 9,Block 3, The Johnson & wife a parcel In theSE' of $100( orode. 1.61 acres in NW' i of NEil of :i0:" '' '. ,, t "./'
Woods a subdivision, 4400. SW'. of Sec 13. TBS. R22E. 5000. S.R. Hicks A wife to Sanford Glenn Millard C. Brown wife to Jerry O. S\\II of Sec. 34. TBS. R22E. $8.300.,. .t'. .oj}: 'ye' c. li'Jiv ;/' ,n.
Harold C. Farnsworth & wife to Katie L.Smith to Jimmy L. Day & Hicks A. wife a parcel In S i of NW'4 Rowe A wife. 1.61 acres in NW>4 of ::'/: .... ,/ t" ; ;,, :, ,

Domingo DeSantiago It wife. Lot 9, 1I.n. Moore, Parcel B, a part of Lots 1 of NW'4 of Sec. 34, T6S R22E. $100. JE'j of SW>. of Sec 34. TBS. R22E. Herchel'. Wheeler. Sr. A wife to ." ",f'i'I'o.' ; ;,, .: '!(, rrr' 'n'rn'., ', I

Block 3. The Woods. $7,483. and 3. as shown on Plat of the EastSide C. Scott Whitehead to Eddie L. $1.900. erald F. Burns A wife. A Jerry '"'.!11 t;.;' '. '::{; ,.; "err: .
Ossie Wynn& wife to Joseph F. of Lawtcv. $16.500. Perkins a parcel of land in Lot 25, N. L. Cannon A wife to Sheel M. urley A wife most of SW of SW' 1. '. ,+/TM.' ',...... ,. .I,!Re. ':hc1 y1d ,,-
Subdivision Unit 3. Abernathy. N' of NE'4 of SW'.. Sec. '
McClellan wife 1 acre In the NW4 George Holliday & wife to Marie A. Indian Beach : NE' of Sec. 16. T6S. R22E.111.50. .
of the NW4 of Sec. 11, T7S. R21E. Marks Lot 12 of Block 1, Nat Williams 53000. 21, T7S. K21E. 20 acres, 2000.

1500.. Subdivision, 12500. .

AREA NEWSBy ...L n- ,.. ...It -
r y u J nI&f v ... HAMPTON : -

Dunking Booth the t'IM"k hay rule loitiiniIHlcr'

Senior CItizens the entertainment. The art and Delores Meng piin.il More many I IyiN| >'
Booth will be big
handicraft displays were a lovely Phone 4081915Mr. .Tho Dunking of I if f'MMlun,1 Itlll IxilllhH., Till' <-| .|UIII<-
Citizens Club sight to behold!! attraction ul the carnival with one t ihi ll.iniploii ( 'itstl.ill7i
The Hampton Senior ixtTH< < 11I114'1(111111
and Mrs. Paul Meng of Hampton Saturday evening as judged at the the principal targets that night being
will host a covered dim luncheon at Donnie Brown is recuperating at .ilHiiil. .; p m.K iih jiHlftniR III l Ihi-
is school Monday Kindergarten, School Board mt'mlx'r.rnoR Parml'nl..r. -
Day planned for Friday home following three days Lake. Paternal great grandmother on l4..h'MIIIII.\\n: HiNiths mill iitlrmlloim,
of Toledo Ohio. Kim Hodges: 1st grade. Cindy Davis: along with other local
October 20 at I in the City Hall. hospitalization at Alachua General In Mrs. Freda Meng twill 1 lx>{iii imnirluil,\ 'followingrisihima .
live Gainesville. Mrs. Ruth Meng went to St. Pete on 2nd grade. Jimmy Long: 3rd grade celebrities. .
music with sing- hnlging.NoName'products
be (
will .
There Mature adults Friday to visit Bill. Betsy and little Bryan Kldd; 4tgrade. Tammy Other popular'attractions will. .be ..
along entertainment. Good Trip Michael. She found him to be a fine, Peeples; 5th grade. Carla Kidd and
are invited to attend healthy boy and returned home on Melissa Williams: and 6th, grade. '
Mr and Mrs. Gerald Adkins Monday. Mona Croll.Rooms : -
returned home Friday following two are spookilydecorated with' \ .

National Guardsmen weeks of traveling throughout Bridal Shower Halloween ghosts, creatures ,and '

Steven Brown and James Contois Florida. The weather was lovely for autumn scenes. '
officially completed their basic their sightseeing trips through Miss of Martin Lori Stinson. Oct.honored 21 bride-the Children are selling tickets on Trim Grocery Bill .
elect Meng. was
training with the National Guard atFort Tampa. Sarasota. Fort Meyers. of Oct. prizes to be awarded In drawings at .
and other Interesting places. evening 10 with a winners In the
Jackson.SC..on Tuesday. They Miami the Carnival Lucky
will be spending the next six weeks in During their trip they' visited their miscellaneous bridal'Church shower at primary grades will receive a large GAINESVILLE-Foods with plain iuunllty., Some' uluo list'nulrilional1information

additional training at Fort Lee. cousin. Mrs. D. E. Dozier. Mr. and Hampton Baptist parish hall. stuffed rabbit with Its babv. or a cat in white labels and stark black lettering and cooking directions I
I Adkins. Mrs. P. L. Morris. Corsages were presented to the bride- The and ,brief description of the
Virginia,. before coming home on Mrs. P. D. the hat stuffed animal. leading sitting alongside the familiar
to-be and Mrs. Paul thegroom'a are *"' '
leave. H W. Preister and numerous friends. mother. ticket teller of the WInn-Dixie $100 national brands and house brandslnlmany products."
raffle will receive a Typical no-mi "i'I I
spree Florida stores
The refreshment table was covered used grocery Florida
of Florida
University pillow brand
These products
with a yellow cloth and the decorated
I Christian AcademyHomecoming called'generic" much alf ''apple Juice tomato luice.,
Hampton label and are. ''
Happy Birthdays .
cake was In yellow and green. Green names on canned fruits vegetables, lams, .a. I
"no-frillV product
lime punch was served along with or 1
David Brown was honored Sunday Christian Academy will mints and nuts. ? .. Halloween Carnival Their selling point Is their l lower price.: \inegar. baking and supplies powdered ,
coffee. tea
milk :
Hampton brandsare paper products"Consumersshould :
family reunion observance of and house
with a Alelhla Savings over name
RidgevUw Christian Shower hostesses were Mrs f< i
his recent birthday. Among those be hosting Mrs. Barbara reported as high! as 30.per cent,on understand that
Gainesville at 7 p.m. Redding Carter. Mrs.
of often
Academy Set Saturdayat generic products are lower
Ed I
Mr. and Airs.
attending were ; I. single Items.
They will be crowning their June Haddock. Mrs. Jean Gonzalez." Items than similar name-brand
Friday. grade I
Davis.Wilson Brian and Kimberly.and Cindy.Mr.Mrs.and Sharon Mrs. Homecoming Queen as part of the Mrs. Dorothy Jones and Miss Joy. Generic products are relatively new 'hems.'' said lIl Olhy_,....or example,

Gerald Brown and Leslie. Mr. and celebration.HCA Williams. Miss Williams kept the Hampton Elementary to the United States grocery store paper products are lighter In weight.
Starke record book that '
and .
was victorious over evening. other'hostesses first introduced In Francetwo are not #a- strong and vege
Mrs. Eugene Meng and Angela. MrtHazel They were soaps
I at last Friday'sfootball assisted in games and standard rather than '
Academy named tables are fancy'grades.
Christian where they were
Sparkman. Elaine and Lowell .[ celebrities to be publicly years ago
of 46 to 6. serving. t 'Among
with the score which the
of means vegetable
I game dullllllbres" or products free
from Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrt. their dunked at the Halloween Carnival to "pr '
also won uneven to Size and
and of The FICA girls 1 advertising ,piecea-are shape,
Bruce White Beverly I\\. be held at Hampton Elementary
Jacksonville. They all enjoyed the volleyball game that ,night. Happy Birthdays'' School Saturday evening October Recently several Florida ,groceryatore and the color and texture maY vary"
Visitors Tine of "you, really need to go through a
delicious food and festitivites. Birthdays celebrated recently Included 1 1 Is School Board Member Vernon chains a
Rose Parsons mother of Mrs. : list about :31V trial and error process to see If these
Mrs. costing
Birthday to, Mrs.. Anita McClure \ generic products "
Happy' Oct.
for her Kenny '" Parmenter. the
Saturday suit you. specialist
Melton left ad products
Moreira belatedly.They observed her. Lonnie Cincinnati. Ohio following a Frank Sheffield. !Mrs Vickie Crews Parmenter leads a list of other percent less than nationally 19 continued. "For Instance. the 'no-

on October 4 at AlachuaGenera home with In her relatives and friends and Woody Jones. all on Oct. 9. Lori ; school board members and public vertised lest brands than and the percent chalna' better to frill' fruit cocktail Is likely to be
Hospital. She Is now visit Snow and Scotty Saunders on Oct. 10 )I servants to entertain visitors with percent 'mushier than a name or store brand

recuperating at home. here.Mr.. and Bill Eunice visited Mr. and Kim Hodges Morgan celebrated with' It{ their presence in the Dunking Booth quality"No douse advertising brands,and, .simplified""'j I But U you are using the fruit cocktail .
Barbara Davis celebrated her cake at the home of herr ,' The Haunted Hay Ride. Fortune
decorated '
and family on a in gelatin salad maybe that texture'difference I
Melron the keysftthat a
Lonnie packaging are
birthday on Octot er.IS' and,FrankleRahmn ,, Mrs. parents on Oct. 11.8ehuof rwl'' A' Teller.Pony Rides and other Carnival labeling _* doesn/t/natter so much to
October 18. Sunday 11'." '"" attractions will give a night of fun for make the no-brand work is;
entered Shands therefore making the genericproduct
Lonnie Melton to the consumer said UzetteyMurpny. you.
Mrs. saving
Mr. and Mrs.: Mike Dazlnski j f' all. Festivities begin with Costume"judging '
the better buy.
celebrated their 31st wedding anniversary Hospital on Monday for observationand News .. at 5-30: and continue until .. ,Extension food buying oTxFlorida's '.N.lrtUs" products will
with the University
treatment. .specialist
on October while enroute "' ,/. cost less '.
Planning Day j Institute of Food and on day-to-day
home from several weeks New visit with Hampton LakeCongralulauona Friday. Ocr: 20. la a Teacher*. Agricultural Sciences. IFAS. basis than nationally advertised
in .
)' and friends Jersey
relatives Planning Day. Students will have that* ,I "The products' labels do Include brands. '.
and Pennsylvania. of St. "iiii' >How ver/'...aid- MurphyIt iI'
Wilfrid Fontaine Mr. and Mrs. Bill Meng' day free from classes. ,1" government-required informaUan < "
Mrs. ,
Mr. William SchaubIn Petersburg are the proud parents of Identification of, the contents Ingredients still a good Idea to compare prices.
visited Mr. and Mrs their baby boy. Michael Uddon. born l listed in decreasing oak\1: NKtHtflces of the generic products

Crescent City on Sunday. Saturday Oct. 9. He weighed In at 6 Ibs. 12 ox.. Carnival News ; /".I. ::according.'am6un..*'prrffnC iN! ian: be matched by 'special' and '..te
Josephine rod Bill enjoyed the and measured 19 t, inches. Maternalgrandfather ''Vlnners the poster contest Held aC Ort; 187O the U.S.;.;population name and address of the manufacturer prices' on nations and store brand
Mlcanopy Arts and Crafts Festival. ."' 1s Eugene Matthews of I h.4. school, advertising the PTA: ,t, was 38.558,371. Today-It Is or distributor and the net names."
The live bendaAtnquare"dandng; Paternal grandparents are' r T ween Carnival to be held'' over 215 millionl!
parades,and old cars display added to

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