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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 26, 1978
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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party*t Sheriff John h'T"D''t: ':farm Saturday. between on. Judge.John Crews to right of Cody. ,,has! bach to i I

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.'1J. 9 It '.when they grabbed the. two correctional
Eight inmattt ;witnesses to the Oct: Harris, In earlier reports was .
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believed that the two Inmates had officers.Vann
d: murder of Florida State Prison
both In administrative ,
and Harris
out of their cells before the are
,' Inmate Tom Hutcbtns remained silent gotten I
;. still Incident but Lee said that Vann and confinement, pending
who
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,to prison investigators are
the outcome of hearings at the prison.
Harris were In the general populationA
I searching for a suspect in the case.

> .The murder ofllutchlns,33. serving'a
f 30-year sentence for rape in Duval
:" .4County. In a Million
I v I II II '...., chain of Inter-relateddtiecide a of $1.4 ProposalOn

I Violence that began a month ago.

I .".1'\' The Chain of Incidents started Sept
I 28 when Inmates James Vann and

," 'Samuel L. !Harris grabbed two prison Sewer
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,r.r .ftlr I"l' ,. ''guards and held them hostage with systemMade

s +. makeshift weapons. On Oct. 10*Vann

) iyv ,.. I was stabbed in the'' back with a '
t '....:i ,\ ;homemade knife while walking with a
:G14\ rc T, iI' "guard In the main corridor of FSP
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': ,, ,flv ,' 'Ill ok I. "J"",__. ;k ,The Oct. 17 murder victim;Hutchins, to Lawteywhy
'I" was charged with the stabbing
Wayne Mlxson fastens Graham tracker pin to the shirt of Hep.'Frank':

Demo gubernatorial' candidate Williams William 'wild, Debra looks Photographer Tommy IWcLetido" ,r .',' Prison Information Director AI Leek

Bob Graham shakes- hand during extreme" left captures the moment.3,040Tu'rnGut ''i.'-laid. the Telegraph that Hutchins waa sewer system In;Lawtey would sewer plans were being made
!quick visit to Whitehead party ? ., 'jof "talking: down a corridor the night of cost an average household$3.15 per. when the city didn't even have the
'Oct. 17 In a wing of FSP that houses 1,000 gallons of'water used per month water system paid for yet. Councilman
III for Whitehead Political Party' "Inmates. considered to be disciplinary a group of skeptical city residents Ben McCulley answered "''''crre
; : problems.Hutchins. learned Tuesday night In the first real Is a 74 percent grant available from
reportedly was' released Information session on the proposed the federal government -_."

that both he and runningmate,Wayne Mlxsoo, "are In from his cell just before ,10 p.m. $1,303,000 project.
"He was real happy that so many people would turn plant manager Barry
to take shower but stopped water
out for a little ole chicken per-low. That' the way ,the cattle business the youthful-looking 41-year-old Tuesday several cells- before reaching the An average of 4,200 gallons of water pointed out that "01 the 151
seventh-term Union County Sheriff John Whitehead Graham, dashed off to another engagementstillbehind "by shower room. The murder occurred used per month at 13.15 would mean hook-ups. 75 to waterpercent have
\ described gubernatorial aspirant Bob Graham's scheduleWhitehead and Lee that in- 13.23 In 1982, assuming there wouldbe bathrooms. Our fall In
said the biggest crowd since the parties 3about iff p.m'l says 160 sewage connections, said environmental three tU'Mr.) Average. who
reaction to the hungry horde thatgathered, some 3,000 eight ,cells either saw or1Feuld' groups:
in
for the sheriff's annual started in 1903 as. a small cookout for a few hunting ,trv tea engineer Charles uses about 4.200 gallons tier month;
last.
Saturday' night
strong, ,, of roasted 300,barr, ,,': ( ;have seen the murder '., In- and of ..
bash." pals, consumed! 700 pounds pork, .
"birthday ?
";. and politics wer'tId lit equal UohSj.& ndnd becued chickens i !:t son, smoked nriuUet,ajnd 1Q.!\ ..cya.te or.... 'v :\IIiiii'ig o,nti ing- .U4a1I..Ipt..... ,-: ':!II,''e"HPea TJ j_= .tl "'" 11tlpeAlryapeople .
raitr: : J1.! r( ( who only nave a cold water
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bom tf1.11S, tI. Xt ;.).1I. t} 'lttfu3at 't7' r- t6tt are cuhsfdcrea<<:
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, ..x! ".-eaulpaaturw! > the!Fknlteatldpoi C5 would stave ; little chicken and rice & suspects, although no definite leads Lawtcy's share of the 11.393.000 spigot hung In the wall. When you
list would be three It wasall consumed except a would be$383.000. eliminate the single older people plus
the Suggestionson
.been decimated.On casualty \ have turned up at this point. project
finished off
of his
cabinet members half ,a, dozen legislators two Which Whitehead and a few helpers f how the city 'would raise the the ones with only a spigot then the
members of Congress two" to the office; of after the last of the crowd left,at 2 a.m. The'murder weapon la believed to' required local effort of $383,000 include ones 'with residences you cannot

Secretary of State, and fellow sheriffs too numerous to' '"We even fed a few Republicans. the tired sheriff, w be a zip gun a home-made weapon : l)sale of revenue bonds; 2) tax service you're well below 100 hook
commented: noting that Ander Crenshaw, GOP can a, that can propel metal fragments, assessments .and 3) "
count to, say nothing of the Graham-Cracker ,team a crop recovery ups.
rubs
of State, In the crowd
was available
, didate'fur Secretary screws or almost any program.Federal.
Itself. bintf shoulders with George Firestone.. the Democratic' ; 1 ammunition, according to Lee. Themurder shared funds totaling When asked by John Staples If
behind Graham"arrived
at least hour schedule,
Running an I.: .,' has not been foundHutchins' people would be required to hook Into
at the peak of festivities donned a chef's nominee weapon $1,010.000 would be secured as 8 75
cap ,, the Mr. Swallows
1 sewer system.
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Well it
:\ and "slung hash" for 20 minutes. After a brief turn at Chicken bog, as as politics, autopsy revealed that percent grant from the U.S. Environ- answered. "State law la now that if
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the microphone during which he reminded the crowd strangebedfellows. ; I metal fragments entered his body mental Protection Agency or theFarmer's you are 'within so many feet of a
t \ under the left arm, piercing the left Home Administration.Farmer's collection) : system you are required to
lung aorta, and the heart. HutchinsIIvea Home offers a 73 percent hook up to that system."
for about 35 minutes after the grant EPA offers a 75 plus 5 percent
Hinson Faces Grandl'-ll'Y MondayIn shooting Lee added that zip gun grant but EPA funding procedurestake The City Council will discuss the

shootings do not usually prove fatal. longer, the city was told. next step at the regular meeting.

'II Men In the wing that Hutchins was This sewage proposal involves three Monday Nov. e. Another public

Mart Murder Case-- housed In are released only for pumping stations, 36,000 feet of pipe. hearing with maps available will be

1975 Zippy : showers and medical treatment, and use of a disposal facility at Lawtey held.Mayor Marvin Rosier stressed the
Correctional Institute 60 discharge
a acre -
Ii Hutchins had been assigned to the residents
of telling
.. \0" importance
and of
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site, a projected area
win be'made to) maximum security wing after he was council members their In this
minallon Monday as feelings
Bradford 30,on Charges of two counts of second miles to be serviced.
Robert Hinson will face a charged,with tho stabbing of James square
deaths of "whether an indictment should be- regard and that future meetings- will
I murder the 1973
County Grand Jury.this Monday Qct.rn 'degree two in the Zippy Mart convenience returned against Hinson. Vann on Oct. 10. Swallows explained this was "just a be advertised, as was this one. hoping!

r'.t.,.;. u.', ..-"',.... persons, store 'on. ,US ;301.., .t SquttL> of Hinson, 40 was arrested September' Vann, 20; was handcuffed and public hearing It Is up to the council to Bet a true picture of residents
lt "; :;:" :"r.,1; at SR18.Assistant .i$' at his ,,Gainesville. residence by walking with prison guard down the whether to have a referendum vote, wishes.CORRECTION.
8"' _;:., Starke v Bradford and Alachua .Sheriff's main corridor of FSP when Hutchins another public hearing, or to just
a"u- ... public defender :Shon Kenneth the decisions."
"to.r ":- .::- Department officials. an acquaintance of Vann's, reportedly make
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M ".::' "E'-....Ir.:. ':; Saxon requested Monday that ball be ,. Griffin, 33,.currently at Florida State- from behind him and slid a The 13.23 average charge would be
r-'l.-.:r.. ., ..-=tt::.:... ". set for Hinson, currently behind held Prison, was also charged with the nine-inch homemade knife Into his paid if no other funding methods are !
.-:.-:..:.- .' :;.;rJ.r.ti'aB! : .' 'in Bradford County-jail;"Circuit Court; murders on Sept 11, 1975, which back. Vann, who Is also serving a :30- chosen. Alternative funding methodsto
.-. t3.)' :-. ; ::: Judge Wayne' Carlisle denied:the- resulted In the deaths of 16yearoldKeith yea! sentence for rape, recovered at be considered are* (1) assessment
!:1"t.: J :--1- request, since state Jaws..do',not Klrchaine and Zippy Mart Shands Hospital in Gainesville after tax revenue of $4.26 per property Rep. Brown spealts
;.requirebail'tokbe. .,etjn'capitai': (){jRinses Glen Cavell Lundgren 19. frontage foot and (2) crop recovery
.t .. employee and a motive for the stabbinghas
.. \! surgery,
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:e---: :=- "" ..:...; l'r'\v'\ ) not been established. Prison Whereby the 00 acre plot Is harvestedto
:- Saxon had filed for a preliminary The murders were described as the help defray costs estimated at on casino gambling
Into the
..__.. ,;:I''!. hearing earlier, but the filing of anihtormatloqlfl second worst homicide tragedy in the officials are looking have approximately $10,000 per year! ).
;for::: ; .1 M",' I circuit'court, by the history of the area" and it took In possibility that Vann may put a
.SATURDAY. 23..7 State Attorneys office knocked, out three years to'solve the contract out on Hutchins after The assessment proposal would In an article headed"Reo. Williams
OCTOBER accoridng to Assistant baffling crime. The convicted recovering from the knife wounds, but Involve taxation 'for persons accessible Draws Praise From Fellow HouseMembers"
CEMETERY CLEANING State the request Attorney Len Register. murderer of three women In Melrose' the Investigation Is still open. to sewage.The system would on Page'1 of Uie act all

SANTA FE CEMETERY Register added that Saxon's request in 1971, Carl Robert Taylor, went on Vann was returning to his cell with Increase property values tberefore edition of the Telegraph, a paragraphin

BeJdn.m"" .', does not preclude ,the, grand jury trial the'week after the Zippy Mart the guard about 3 p.m.,. after ap property; owners would be. taxed which House Speaker Hyatt Brown
)i elected to book or
Bring tools, mowers ..I looking! )lnto the case, and a,, oeterr1 .I murders,four years after, the. killings. pearing his first hearing holding whether not. However they, It was pointed out up repeatedly was badly attacking mangled.casino gambling. 'was

'/, ,.(: .oIL:,, ''t t.,1. .'," charges filed against him of that residents would NOT
,' .' .1" (: :>r' ,.1 .. two FSP guards hostage on Sept 26., pay $13,23 per month in addition to Brown's comments .on casino
being taxed: It'would be either one or have read:
should
Committee
New gambling
;' 'Warren: Joint Samuel L. Harris
HALLOWEEN! CARNIVALS \'r. .,-' ; Hopes Vann and Inmate
other, not both.
the
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f'SP the
lMr '. J 'Y' 26, are charged with holding "Brown used his appearance at
Lawtey' ti A i" Relations guards H. J. Owens and Sgt. William In the course of the discussions it testimonial luncheon as an opportunity
5to9p.m Elementarly4: it12 Will Improve City-County Murwin hostage with a zip gun and an was brought out that all water to launch a bitter attack on
Fish ,- r' ) '.''J +'!. {' ice pick. The two guards were customers will not have access to the proposed casino
Dlnner.$21t ..
'.,, of expenses, described
Because
Games Galore ,. < JL 1978-79 committees'and their chair- released with minor injuries after sewage. amendment which he
I. ';} In a step toward improving Dave Brlerton outlying areas with a low density rate cruel hoax' onFlorida'
prison superintendent but a
., relations ,between Starke's city men are: demanded that the guards be released will not be serviced In the foreseeable as'nothing .
Utility Committee Vernon Silcox education IYI.em."Af'
and other government out. lie
Swallows pointed
H." I r 'government '' within one minute before.he would future
\. factions! Mayor-Commissioner Joe chairman; Ted Oglesby'MerrillDoes. talk to the further said he had neglected to bring looking at all the facts and
; prisoners.The
SouthsMe Elementary'Schoolgrounde' ** *. Warren has appointed an inter- the detail map actually showing what figures surrounding the Issue, Brown
,'I'.i'; ," governmental committee that marks Recreation Committee Ted two Inmates grabbed the roads would be serviced but assured said that Instead of helping education

4 p.m.Co.tumeJudging the first time such a committee has Oale by, chairman; Wilbur<.. ,Waters)f9t guards about un hour after meal trays residents the map would be In city hall with additional dollars, casino I

',*, (;\ been formed in Starke. Cheryl, Godwin.. ', 1 <,. had been picked up (in the maximum for study within a week. gambling may actually cut down on

A'4:30 Fla.Parade Bank Lot'. ','I'- The newly-formed four.member (See Page tlA" J' : security Q wing that housed Vann and When questioned by James Waters education funding by decreasingrevenues I

committee ,made' of com now received from
up' new I I'' FY/
Carnival
5p.m, missioner Ted, Oglesby Commissioner I parlmutual racetrack betting
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Vernon Silcox, Warren 'rt. : rIME CHANGE .
willservo .. C' "Brown said that Ec"nomlc
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and City Clerk Merrill Edwards, Research Association estimates of
TUESDAY. OCT.31., as a vehicle to. increase
million In from casino
'aYkr''' :cooperation between tho city .and the Xou: Can Roll: .Ovei'And Go Back To Sleep Sunday Morning gambling 1120 were Inaccurate receipt and that It
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,.Bradlord..J"l? ', county school board"?and.a county'commission. ,, Is likely that all of the additional

: Zolnlag Board ., 74:Iifi' ,Commissioner Oglesby Turk over and gto"ti): :"k'r sleep this Sunday,October the semi-annual Inconvenience of "fall back ,and money received from this source: will
appointed chairman-: $ the .
7:30: p.m 'rt. was ahead", be needed for additional law
nored springing en-
In accordllne..wllb the IIme-h reminder-
29 ,, ..
'.' h committee wita Webb, from the sleep lab at the Universityof
y UT forcement necessary: to patrol casinoambling'
Fall back ahead. .
Spring
i I > ,,- ':"Ted tan really get this thing off the: It,.will be .the" day"of repaymel, nt.b' ntsmost'.. Florida, said setting the clock back an hour Is one of w and control other un- .

Ratted Council ground, and I ,believe1 it can"" accomplish Americans will recOver; without Interest) tl.ethour of the few ,food things, man has'dort. .,In' manipulating. desirable elements that would follow-.
,' .y.yr '. ;".,. something, Money will be time. ". ; in its wake
% .
7t3op.s .., lost in April when the nation underwent its
sleep they
.. '," 1",e 111::-'," ": ,saved for the taxpayers In the city and .'" Vlt sleep time more In line with the dark time, warned
TtrtvA ; 'The''new that
'= annual switch to Daylight Saving l brim ; Speaker
said
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', the county' with better relations, ..>, ." ," which w many of us think. sleep evolved', ,. unless ,casino gambling resoundingly
cr.r'JACXSON'S between city and county; government : ,Webb.
said: officially aft Lin. their length of sleeping about an defeated .at m\ .n.
Warren Eastern Standard Tim. resumes Mont people change November 7 it will be back the
,
BUILDING ,Mayor Warren added.'that aft'Individual October,29, meaning that clocks should be setback, an hour from winter to summer Sleeping about an hour 'ballot In 'I960. 'Vote No
again on
has been assigned the task of ;.. xt less each day In the summer and more 'In winter .,
and.
November 7
SUPPLY Of Starke improving : intergovernmental : Theo lucky residents of a few fortunate area* wjt be- because there In nothing to do In the dark recent Proposition t on ; ,and for,
casino
defeat gambling one*
relation before but this Is the first spared an the confusion.,. remaining penMjjBMsfir on research in Norway has shown. )
Hwy Sol a. .....:.. cj$"'-e018, ,time a.committee has,been.appointed. 'standard time.In CHS*'you' are tired of staOhig your' Webb also said,most people lose an hour's sleep at all he second urged.lr the atw
Keystone Heights.Hwy Other newly' puinfed''eommfttees) clock up and back you might I consider, eflim t..- ,the end of every weekend going to bed an hour later The. paragraph
of Inana ,Hawaii. Puerto Hlco, the ,and an hour and a halter two later,on the w..tbe one incorrectly printed.The'TeleCJ1lph
getting up ,
100 And 3: LA were recently announced by')Mayor ,Arizona part", apologizes" for the error..
'473 4813 Warren_and the .Commission; ; The'' i..? Virgin!Islands, 01;;American Somca. .TBey SM spared weekends.

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I Lawson Fills Vacant Seat On"'School Board ,



I Newly elected school board military or school regulation apply In tremely early In the morning. the BMS gym. Mrs Spengler said a
member J. R. (Jim) Lawson wu the case. Dampier has" asked for Students affected live on Forsyth design mistake caused rain to pour on
sated Oct. 10. on an appointment leave until January, Norman Road and the Sampson Trestle Road students walking the walkway to the
from Gov. Reuben Askew, marking military leave time Is limited to 15Agreed said operations director: Leonard Authorized
to call forbids
that five Regilt Supt Casey
the first time In eight months day.
members have been present. to grant medical leave to rrhe answer Is not rerouting. The on duct work for air conditioning
Lawson will be seated as an elected another teacher as long ss the person answer Is more buses," Register said, classrooms at Stark and Southside
member of the school board at the la undergoing treatment at the Avon warning the board that growth In the elementary schools. It was flrst'thouaht
N November meetln,. Lawson was Park alcohol treatment center.At southern end of the county around that unit mounted through
elected to serve the remaining two board member Arthur Ga skins' Thereon and east around the country the wall would be cheaper, but it
years of the term of A. N. (Art urging agreed to have board per. club area Is causing problems. turned out the wall mounted air
Holliday who resigned due to ill sonnel build partitions for new restrooms Register went on record: Monday conditioners: would cost $ ,ooo each
health. at Lawtey Elementary. The night In informing the school board It and Sawyer-Slade Gas offered to
Chairman T, Parrish read an Oct. board Is experiencing delays in needs to purchase" three or four new Install duct work and mount the units
12 letter from Gov. Askew appointing getting the proper equipment. school buses for next term. in the attic f or$l.soo each. Casey said
Lawson until he Is seated an elected Gasklns said he has been receiving The additional bus route will leave he simply didn't have authority to
member.In many phone calls about the open rest the system with only two extra buses, allow the work to be done a different ........
other action: the board: rooms. one of which is not dependable. way without board approval. The
Listened to a lengthy discussion on Signed up again to participate in a Register also warned. When the board at Casey's suggestion, also
procedures between school multi-district program for the many field trips and athletic events agreed to have architect Salley draw
grading administrators and Southiide physically handicapped students with start up next spring, some people can plans for the units and be responsiblefor
Elementary .parent Maurice Over- Alachua County. Casey said the expect to be without a school bus the Installation. Casey said such .
street, whose son was retained in first county has been unable to find a available. Register said. assurance: of proper construction (
the fact that the student teacher of the handicapped for any of Declared physical education areas would be cheap at $300. "'-';
received a grade of Con his report its four positions, yet the county i is st Bradford Middle School and Was told by administrator Clay
U card. Supt. Tom Casey said he will required by law to provide for such: Lawtey Elementary hazardous Santanginl that the district Title I li)
auk Curriculum Coordinator Lucille students. because of traffic, and thus program in grades l-o has beensurveyed
Payne to write some articles for the Authorized Supt. Casey to apply for authorized the staff to purchase: and found to be excellent
newspaper. on the current grading federal funds for the board to defray fencing with current capital outlay
system. expenses of educating students whose funds. .Was Invited by Supt. Casey to sit in
.parents work on federal \Installations, on a committee meeting of the school ,,
Tabled action on a military leave called federal Impact funds\ : The Approved for payment a final plant alto committee meeting which
request from middle school math funds amount to some $28,000 per payment of $3,654 the board has been was held Monday, Oct. 30. The '
teacher Billy Dampier, who i Is year. Some 230 students fall Into that holding until covered walkways are system is currently undergoing a five iNewly

currently: serving In the Army and has category. completed at the middle school. year site survey to capital tested school member Jimmy Lawson got Indoctrinated good
attended school only one day this Employed another ichool bus Architect Salley agreed to install a school sites qualify for Ms first eight oa the board when he bad to vote so approval t. let bids on the
term. Dampier is an officer in the driver to help relieve two routes on drain spout at hit own expense after outlay funds. Any construction work new $|.. million ve-tecb center addition. The stating of Lawson put five
Florida National Guard AttorneyJess which students are not started home board member Pat Spengler! said not on the list approved by the committee members oa the school beard for the first time In tight month.
Wolbert was asked to obtain an from school until an hour after school students still get wet under the walkway has to be paid for with local
attorney general's opinion on whether Is dismissed and are picked up ex- between the middle school and funds.



. Allegations of Clinic Misuse Under Investigation by State Attorney's Officeboard



Allegations of Improper disbursement as If the services were rendered In Steve Rappenecker said that the case closure ft a patient's name outside the approved the request In a according to Rappenecker. Lennonhad
of federally funded medication private! practice. definitely Involved a private patient clinic." Rappenecker: referred to meeting. approached the board about
Intended for Indigent patients at the The source said the client's attorney and agreed that public medicine was another statement that appeared in Clinic policy states that employeesmay treating the client In the clinic before
Bradford-Union Guidance Clinic. Is representing him In a workmen's used but added a stipulation. Wednesday's Gainesville Sun stating not use clinic facilities for Vey was fired In June, and the reason
currently under investigation by the compensation settlement, had The whole point of the allegations that Lennon said that the client in private practice, and the source saidif given for the firing was the use of profanity -
State Attorney's office In Starke. requested medical services from Is the misuse of clinic funds. Dr. question was concerned that his name Lennon's client had strictly been while counseling a teenage
According to a State Attorney's Lennon in his private practice The Lennon had a private patient, and he had been given to the Sun. receiving private services, the exception client.
office source, subpoenas have been source claimed the client believed the did use public medicine. But, I know to the rule would have been un
issued for witnesses to testify on services were to be rendered privately that Dr. Lennon did reimburse the derstandable. The source added the \
allegations that Clinic Director Dr. and had agreed to pay the clinic, for what amount I don't Rappenecker also Mid the Clinic patient's records were on file at the Vey. along with two after other em-
Bill Lennon Improperly rendered necessary fees after his workmen'scompensation know Rappenecker said.In Board of Directors approved Lennon' clinic and the case was clearly an iloyees who quit shortly of Vey's'iring.
had been critical Lennon'sleadership
services to a patient at the clinic two settlement had gone request to use the clinic. 11aeUent" "open clinic case." saying that he "utilized
through. article In the attorney approached: Lennon
ago.Authorities an appearing
years some practices that were not appropriate.
and treatment for
requested private
released no specifics on Gainesville Sun Wednesday, Oct. Z, "
Rappenecker said the files were .
his client When Lennon found out that
the Investigation but a source who Lennon had Lennon was attributed by the Sun kept in the clinic In order for Lennonto After seven hours of arduous testimony
The source contended the man could not make the trip to his
made the allegations and wished to with that he returned
reporter saying nave convenient access to them. in the August hearing, trustees
made with
allegedly an home in for
remain told the Telegraph 10 percent of the fee to the clinic for Worthington Springs
anonymous Director
the Clinic Board of President treatment, he approached the board The Issue at hand stems from the from the clinic personnel committee
that his contention of off ice .
by phone was use
space.Rappenecker recent firing and subsequent appealhearings upheld Lennon's decision to fire Vey
that Lennon could use the clinic'sfacilities and asked If he could render private
had received for
Lennon $1,500
of Dr.Joseph Vey In August refusing to reinstate the psychologist.
medical services from a patient who since the client was unableto added the client's file services at the Starke clinic. The

had filled out the necessary federal make the trip to Lennon's home in. I Is missing, and anyone who disclosed
applications that would have made Worthington Springs. Die client s name and personal mental
him eligible for free health care. The source claimed that in the health record would be subject to Bill
The source went on to say he matter of medical I counseling Lennonwas criminal prosecution New City Spending Up $300,000

believed the client's case was a clinic treating the case as a private '
case, not a private case of Dr. Len- practice matter, while distributing "The "$3.308.430' 1973-79 Starke 'city I is from the Utilities Department.. 'chemicals l and $1,500: more' In
Lemon thatall '
non's. The source added his major state medicine: freely through the "I 1 have Instructed Dr.: budget approved last week by the totaling $2,303,873, up about $125.000 miscellaneous. '
allegation was Lennon had given out clinic. Illegalities in the case should be city commission, represents an in- from last year. The general city fund Increases in the natural gas
what should have been free state Lennon withheld comment on the Investigated fully by the State Attor crease of approximately$ )O.OOO over will bring In $910,261, while Federal department's $224.159 budget up
medicine: while accepting payments investigation, but Clinic Attorney ney's Office and that Includes the dis- last year's budget Revenue Sharing Funds amount to $67.000 from last year. Included$7,000
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n- Exact Increase in budgetary appropriations 95294.28, down. more for the salary a new
cannot be determined and $43.000 more for the
until I auditors finish compiling administrative department was purchase of natural gas. ,Mj
spending totals : '. ac- ,the only department to show pNoros,1:''* 'The street department. added a new
Denmarks ,to City Otyrfjfr Ed ( ping""frdn Smoker at a cost of $9.5OOfi: >ut
FurnitureCompany) cording, warda. : I ... _the coStingsyear;; Tdro 'decreases elsewhere Increase .lhe
; Negotiations between unions $287,3UI to 195349. Edwards said the toul.H8.942. only $2.000 over last
presents.. \ representing police and electrical reason for the decrease In administration year.
workers are not completed, and the and the Increases in the
CONTEMPORARY HIGHLIGHTS IN commission withheld pay raises. until other departments was due to the fact The recreation department budget
negotiations bring about an that all Items previously listed in showed an Increase of $11.000 in
The commission will administration that dealt with other employee salaries, allocated: for the
agreement
CHROME & GLASSwith amend the current budget to accommodate areas in the budget were shifted to hiring of future new employees and
.
any necessary changes. their respective departments.The the addition of$7.800 for the purchaseof
Salaries for three new city positions power plant and electrical a new van. The iota! recreation
are Included in the new budget department represented the largest budget comes to $73.278.
representing about $28,000. Two cost to the city at$1,482,028up$50,000 Sanitation and maintenance shop
TEMPERED GLASS TOPS laborers have been added to the city's from last year.. Additions to the budgets remain basically unchanged.,
utility work crew drawing a com department's. budget include $15.000 with increases due to the shifts from
bined salary. of 13,7M. The commission for plant supplies $20,000 for a self- the administration department.
has not made a final decision insurance payment. $12,000 for Sanitation was up $22.000 at $120.588.
on the hiring of a city clerk aid zoning electrical work in the new city hall, while maintenance shop costs rose
and planning administrator, but the and $80,000 more In the purchase of $2.000 to $15.928.
salary. of $12-15,000 has been appropriated power from Florida Power and Light. The police department rose $42.000.
In the new budgetAt the electrical department budget also to $261.216. with a 2.000 overtime
the request of city com included decrease of almost $200.000 increase and a $5.500 addition of
I IE missioners. Clerk Edwards made In fuel oil costs, and an Increase of general insurance. The salary of the
some minor modifications in the new $69,000 In Gas Power Plant costs. chief of police rose $1.000 to $15.017.
budget earlier this month causing a The Water department increased while the police captain's salary also
two-week delay,delaying its approvaltwo about$13.000 over last year to$69.560. took a $1.000 increase to $11.138.
I weeks. With the addition of the with $4.000 added for repairs and The fire department increased
Increases Edwards balanced the supplies, and $3,000 added for over- $22.000. to $124.960. including $4.500
End Table $3995 budget by adding a less than one- time. for a new telephone fire alarm
o quarter percent Increase to the city's The sewer department showed a system. Salaries remained unchanged -
electrical department revenue $10.000 increase to $105,756. with in the department but a
projections.Largest added costs Including $2.000 more for $2.000 increase was added to over-
revenue coming into the, overtime.$2,000 more for sewer plant time.


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I'i Supervisor d Elections election much more easily. The Sl as legislative assistant to several U.S.
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I toCxTAItTAatE Neva Flynn Is expecting a 65 percent Pete Business kingpin took the congressman and who has visited
voter turnout in Bradford County as Republican nomination over one other Bradford frequently of late.
4 area Democrats and Republicans go candidate- Frey. Winter Park. Fuqua was elected in 1962 and is
$4995V
vice ,1ft to the polls along with statewide Graham started his campaign as a
voters for the November 7 General virtual unknown and beat out seven the Science and Technology
Election. gubernatorial teams for the Committee. Brathwaite has campaigned -
1,
That showing would be the busiest Democratic nod. The Miamlan'a steadily for one year In his
polling day for the county this year as October 5 second: primary win over effort to reverse the heavy odds
SET OF THREE 50 percent of Bradford's registered Robert Shevin marked the first time against him. He has said people in the
Democrats voted in the October 5 in Florida history a candidate for district want a change to more

ENTAGERE wand orimary while S8.S percent of governor has won after a 100,000 vote aggressive problem-solving
the countys voters filled out ballots first primary loss. leadership.In .

Cocktail Table And in the September 12 first primary.The Based on state history an Eckerd local the Incumbent State House Frank District Williams.25 race D-
county record for a General
win would be highly unusualonly
.
Ra9' Election was set In 1976 when 806 Crystal Lake faces Republican

,,9";s S699S 2 End Tables $100 percent of Bradford's voters came to elected two Republican in this state governors since have 1872 been and challenger Heights. Howard Dunn of keystone.
the polls and helped Jimmy Carter Democrats outnumber Republicans
Williams is a six year veteran of the
win the Presidency. The 1 74 General
2'jlbut even Graham spokesman
Election like this one was, headlinedby Florida House and is now serving as
Purchased Separately 29" Cocktail Table '49* End Table 39" ( the election for state governor and have admitted to Eckerd.they might. be an underdog vice-chairman of the House Finance

drew 54.4 percent of the local voting Recent polls Indicate the election and Taxation Committee and as a
member of the Correct
Many Other Glass Top Tables Or Chrome Frames public to the polls. ;would be a close one if held today. and, Parole Committee.ions.Probation Dunn is
voters of Bradford will
Headlining the general election Registered making his first bid for the
ballot is the contest for Florida's also help decide elections for Legislature The former Marine

IT'S A FACT TOO B0 BETTER WBEB YOU SlIP AT governorship between Democratic: Secretary Insurance of Commissioner State, Treasurer Commissioner and colonel who was a Viet Nam prisoner
runoff winner Bobnominee Graham and of war for seven years has been activein :
Republican Jack Eckerd. of Education, the 2nd patriotic and volunteer civic workin
District U.s. House seat the District
Eckerd swept into, the general the area.
25 State House seat and a handful of The list of Constitutional Revisions

Constitutional Revisions. Includes two notables Florida'svoters
THE BRADFORD Democrat George Firestone will give a on whetherto
COUNTY TELEGRAPH Miami and Republican Ander permit casino gaming In the state
Crenshaw.Jacksonville, are vying for
and will also decide controversial
..........*every Tkarsday the Secretary of Statep Job. The revision number four on, which would
..U35W.c.USCrHtS&a Treasurer and : will go abolish the elected State Cabinet if
e.Florida 32M1 to either Incumbent Bill Gunter D-
Tallahassee. Republican Jeffrey passed.

r Second Class postage paid Latham. Davie. Ralph Turlington. DTallahaaaee Absentee ballots for the General
at Stark Florida and Herman Williams. Election are available now at the
R- alnelvtlle, are the choices la the Supervisor of Elections office in the
.
Saavcrlptlea Rales Commissioner of Education race. County Courthouse Voteers who will
!.trade ante i per Don D-Altha is trying to win be out of town
434 W. Call St.StsrtlIlorlla 14dlx..... Fuqua. or unable to vote on
tkese .1141121f "' year; his ninth term In Congress against election day CM ml out an absentee
Outside trade area: $I Pete Brathwaite: R-Caiaesvi a ballot at the elections office or mall in
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coning ordinance, the City Council proposim to Homes 23 acres with city's new land use plan and he-
voted' 3-1 Tuesday night to uphold Its houses financed under the Farmers thought It should be adhered to.
rww land use plan by-denying two Home Administration program. "There are very few Rl-A areas in the
t I Petitions that would have classified Walters pointed to the need for low city, and I think they should be
a rt 5 : y' nacres in Southeast Starke fronUtl- cost housing In Starke and said It was preserved for homes with larger lot
tI ; .M A to RI-B, reducing lot site from Important to keep down the lot size requirements," he said.
I 15,000 square feet to 10.000( square since FmllA -would only lend a fixed
feet. amount to cover cost of lot and house.
then funds Warren explained that the Council
If lots are too expensive
,' ;1 1a The request of Leona Ilermcnet for remaining for' the house are was conducting the hearing, since the
I ; } I'i } he said, of Hermenet and Hicks petitions were
i I rezoning five acres, and S. R. Hicks, inadequate speaking a before
for 20 acres was opposed by a dozen typical loan of $29.000.; started during a period the new
homeowners In the area who said the planning and zoning board was
'reduced lot size would downgrade the organized.
I' neighborhood creating a higher Also pointing to the need of homes In
h1i : density of homes and causing traffic this price bracket was Vernle P.
Ip problems on streets of ,Inadequatewidth. Odom, realtor, who said that Mrs. It was announced that the hearing
Hermenet had listed the five acre on John and Shirley Sherman's
4A Yr tract with her and that Town and request for rezoning their service
Country had put a binder cm-It. station property at the Intersection of
+4n t r y y t The group was represented by W. Madison and S. Westmoreland
attorney Jesse Wolbert who said the Streets from ki-B (low density
,. ... small lot size would change. the Following discussion, Com residential) to B-2 (community
,,,...::;,,;...", w'1hy." '. DlIZ3fI : tr.,4; .... ,:.r, '" ,. .-.........' "'; character of the neighborhood missioner Harold Epps motion to commercial) had been postponed a
deny the change in zoning was
I I Debra Green 14, from Brooker poses with her heifer Presenting Miss Green the championship trephy Is Arthur seconded by Ted Oglesby they were
which was Judged the lop animal la that catagory at the Shealy. president of the Jacksonville Fair Association.: ::. The Hermenet property Is at the joined by Mayor Commissioner Joe later date due to a technicality In
cattle show of the Greater Jacksonville Fair last week. ,'"I Intersection of Wilson Road and Warren In voting for the motion. advertising notice.red in"The when property the south was
JParkrr Street, lying east of Parker. Vernon Silcox voted against the "grandfat
The Hicks property is also east of motion to deny, later explaining his side of W. Madison was changed from" the'
in Area Fairs commercial to residential under
Local Win
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; 1, Parker and adjoins the Hermenet position as being in sympathy with new land use plan In Its present
;property on the south. low Income families' need for homes. be
; status the station can continue to
Bradford County 4-H'ers are; winning Deborah placed 3rd In Fitting and H Livestock Judging. Receiving \I operated by the owners,but cannot be
In area fairs. Grooming. Participating in the fair's ribbons Northeast for Florida their dairy Fair were heifers Deborah at the '/'.. Speaking for the change in Warren said his vote tar the motion operated as such If sold,or changed to
Horse Show were Kenny Howard witha .. of Town was prompted by the fact that lots of some other use.
Walters
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Holstein heifer at the Jacksonville o I.t*U! 1 I,
Fair. Bruce Howard received a blue For further Information about .
ribbon and Drew Andrews received a the Northeast Florida Fair In contact Lowell Parrlsh at 9646280.; ,
red ribbon for their dairy heifers at Callahan. Drew Andrews, Kenny AU 4-H programs are available to
the Jacksonville Fair. Drew also Howard Brand! Herndon and Johnny youth without regard to race, color,
placed 6th in showmanship and Krlder were the first place team in sex.or national o rllEin.J .

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Campaign Trail

EthTOR1ALSWho Conner4GivetVleto on Amendment \


{ whose Impact is dangeroujito the wen-
mmm :Th.r-i'''' F oF, VOTE$CONFUSED being of our citizenry. Voters a...- '

being blackmailed to accept someideas
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c. ft Dear Editor: that could never gain acceptance
E As a itatewlue elected' official U offered In a cleat and

Can Pay The Price? ? whoM responsibilities stem from understandable manner. I considerthe .
provisions contained In our Constitution manner in which the sponsors
I have rather ,diligently have buried many of these Ideas '
r studied thoM change being offered to within this proposal to be confusing
Let us hope this is the last access with large campaign gifts. the voters on November 7. My dulls best and in my mind deceitful. It bas
served when an extensive travel about been described aa a "housekeeping"or
I election: where over $5.000,000 Nor is the public ere such that
qualified candidate is the state Is required and during these a "non-controversial" provision
candldantes otherwise
will be by two
spent visit I have listened to many clUtens when in fact, many changes being
serious
to win election to a state job that unable to mount a discuss the proposed revisions. Based offered have failed to gain voter '

pays $52,000 a year. campaign for' lack of personal upon study ana travel. It is my conclusion acceptance in the past ,
wealth interest sup- that devious mean is being
or special a '
Back in August-several million used to move from an elective to an Revision No. 1 supersedes, the ..
port of 1968 and 1883 which
dollars ago--Jim Williams system of government In Constitution
,", anted provided for an elective 'cabinet and '
himself a candidate at the time "Florida cannot afford to let its ", 111"\ jrohlbits the Imposition of persons!

observed: "If there is no other public offices go to the highest ,"J'1.; The Revision Commission la to be income and Inheritance taxes'

message in the 1978 gubernatorial bidder. Good government and .:PletiF'I'! t ., ., ),... 34nmuadi commended for the easily understood Revision No. 1 does not retain the,\ ;
campaign it is that we require that a {,.. { ;'\i 1,"' manner In which Revision Is drafted Constitutional provision for an
true democracy I Ii and presented to the public. It U a elective cabinet and Constitutional,
need of liVi
are in desperate major andidate's qualifications. : clear to abolish the right of prohibition against personal Incomeind '
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election law reforms. character and views receive full people option cabinet members In inheritance taxes. Attorneys who
voter consideration regardless of i j ilall! ; favor of appointment by the Gover are well-versed In constitutional, '

With less than two weeks his or her net worth.Candidates- nor. The ballot language adequately advise me that should Revision NO:-l
remaining before the General who have participated in this i'I describes the nature of the' change. pass, the elective cabinet Is deleted
,.
Indicate by a Constitution even though the
dollar competition, Even though polls from the
Election on November 7. the two year's big margin of 2.or 3 to 1 that voters are voters defeated No. .4 and that should--
survivors of the Second Primary. winners and losers alike now say unlikely to accept this revision, It Revision No. 7 fail, the Legislature
Democrat Bob Graham and that spending limits must be remains a clear presentation of an could lawfully Impose personal Income

Republican Jack Eckerd have restored to bring sanity back toFlorida's option for them to consider. Of coursel and Inheritance taxes on the
electoral process." I am opposed to this revision citizens of Florida. Our State Budget
spent-in their own. and con- vote NO on it Director has studied the proposals In
tributed funds-enough money to Revision No. 1 and allows that it will-
the Florida Governor's salary Although public financing of Revision No.> la also rather clearly have significant negative fiscal
pay hundred campaigns Is frowned upon by defined and most voters seem to results if passed. The revisions would t
for the next years. just another govern- understand that by: accepting the outlaw the state's sovereign Im-
Eckerd has invested around $2 many as to be the ballot language describing this munity which would result in an increased
million of his own drugstore ment expense, it seems revision they are In fact moving froman tax burden on, our state's
fortune while Graham has usedjust surest way to expand opportunities AGMlfAS elective to an appointive Board of citizenry' by allowing for unlimited
million from his for serious candidatesof BY G03H. KS'S BORW Education. Although I am personally jackpot payoff lawsuits against state
under
a modest means;and reduce the REPUBLICAN! y opposed to this revision and will vote government, school districts and
and A h
Miami Lakes development still be understood by
of big-money interestson ir NO. It can easily counties. Further it would eliminate
dairy farm interests. Influence office. Under the U.S. +6: 'I the voters. the governor's requirement to submit'
public Revision No. 1 is another matter a balanced budget to the legislature.
of :
The question naturally arises- Supreme Court's equation 1 'I and most deserving of a NO vote. The Changes In bonding provisions couldresult
how many good men. some campaign spending with free I/4 .Ir11/ revision itself embraces 87 separate In allowing the legislature to,

undoubtedly with outstanding speech a public financing Sri ili changes described by the use of ap engage' in deficit spending. And the
abilities are being denied the may be the only con- m: y proximately 27,000 words. The revision's shortcomings are notlimited '
program
opportunity of running for stitutional means of restoringstate Commission has sought to gain public to fiscal matters. Although'
throughthe and confusion seem to
of these changes controversy
Governor simply because they do spending ceilings which acceptance use of a mere 59 words on the .prevail when discussing the likelihoodof

not have a personal fortune to were removed by the 1976 ballot. The ballot language used falls such contingencies, it Is significant
compete with their millionnaire federal ruling. Bruning Gives Report miserably to convey the actual that few of the ablest attorneys and-or

competitors? \ I changes proposed within this revision. jurists can agree on the likely Impacjt,
"With a population of some Although the revision contains worthwhile Revision No.
within
At least a partial answer was nine million persons and a tax proposals, there are some 1 that Those have changes merit and are truly worthy,

given in the September primary base that draws heavily; from At KLPOA MeetingClay of voter acceptance should be offered

when Raleigh Green, a successful millions of tourists, a citizen's CO-OP VOTING separately and In a manner easily

savings and loan executive of St. share of the cost of an adequate METHODS ATTACKED understood by everyone whether
Petersburg, withdrew from the public financing program couldbe County Commissioner Hank spoke to members of the. Kingsley expert or layman. My real fear is that
Bruning,a candidate for reelection In Lake Property Owners Association at, the special Interest groups interestedIn
Editor
had been able
because he not in nickels and dimes ,
race figured their October 22 meeting giving a contained in
General Election of the 87 changes
the November 7 ,
some
the kind of That small further fourlairingof E.T. Martin, general manager of
to generate money says The Times. s progress report on Revision No. 1 may gather enough
required today to run for contribution> could provide a Blanding Boulevard. He said that Clay Electric Cooperative, earns con- voters willing accept the bad within
Governor. Candidates. must still including public preliminary work on the project was gratulations from the Member and Ad- the revision. I am both alarmed and
the ball than program voters'Information County Agent'sNotebook almost complete, and actual con- vocates for the change in. format distressed that most of our citizens do
have on debates and In the
more television struction should begin within the next content of his page Kilowatt'The confused
money of course, but this year's pamphlets as well as 'f; year or so.Meeting. Manager .Reports," October, the not manner understand in which and are they are being by

political successes reflect a matching funds for candidateswho 1978. asked to revise our state's basic:

strong relationship between the establish their seriousnessby By'Bobby }( at the home of Mr. and Mr. Martin's deep compassion and document. The failure to vole on

success and failures of the haves raisin seed money in small Mrs. Bill Phillips, the the members board approved of- fatherly concern for the members to Revision No. 1 will give the special
and have-nots. enlarging have a Coop office handy for their an advantage since
Taylor
contributions. from to nine mem- will
.." directors seven day-to-day use Is touching Indeed- they willing to accept the bad
small bers, with Col.) Charles Gilchrist of and not a 100 with the good. This document, above
would warped
As pointed out in an editorial in That seem a priceto Phone IM4-C280 Extenslos 209 the State Armory Board and Mrs but. as always lt
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Times in a pay for broader access to : : i:: percent concern 1J" nH'U it all othcra. i iMrtr&i-Mk&tti tvtofWtMMflztM tsiMS ,
the St Petersburg :. oew'pmcMllj U,,61iFlefll4> htJr, ;1 "'" WIN*
state as large and diverse as" public_ office and a governmentthat 'weather "I lii'' 'crusfnt oifiet : Mr. Martin has provided every con- its merits.Vihl'lber\ing approved or
media advertisinghas is responsive to the people Dry venience to members except for disapproved, it is fundamental for the
Florida costly rather than the special interests.But concern among strawberry growers President Gerald D. Moran voting day. If you want to vote, decision maker ,to understand the'' 'J
become essential for a and cattlemen. It is difficult to get reported that $3,000 had already been Buster, must go to Keystone options being offered. I don't believein -
statewide victory. whether or not government good survival of strawberry plants If subscribed by members toward the Heights to you do it or do without and accepting a change lust because
financing of:campaigns is the toil Is extremely dry at setting purchase of the former Nail's Store that s the sad truth there may be some good nit, I intendto

"Even more worrisome than the best answer to the problem time even grower if irrigation lost several Is available.One thousand. for building the Association., for use as a Moran meeting also place said vote NO on this revision.During .

the impact of campaign spendingon the fact remains that some answer plants this year because the beds that the Association now has more The Member Advocates requested my years of public service,
elections is the effect of must be found to a system dried out too quickly after setting. than 100 member families. that this "closed" voting method be and particularly as a member of
those who that the state's highest changed and were later informed that Florida's h Cabinet. I have never,
campaign giving on places te supplied to the of Trustees make
refused
Enough water can the Board to
to
faces Republican intelligent
who it or
Bruning, t prudent
The Times. the auction block
are elected. says office on every strawberry beds by irrigation. in the General Election. any change. Why? \rote favor of a poor proposal! whichwould
"Certainly the public interest is Tour years and prevents many an However, the critical part is ,to pointed opposition to some of his accomplishments have the far-reaching consequences
not served when fat-cat interestscan honest and capable man from maintain this moisture after setting to in the area Including All this deep compassion and of Revision No. 1. I would

purchase special favors or bidding. prevent fertilizer bum to the new' toll-free telephone service to the fatherly concern certainly takes flight urge that the people of Florida arrive
root and plants. courthouse in Green Cove Springs for when voting day rolls around. Why? at the same conclusion and vote NO'!,
Lake and Clay Hill, and Because if all good members could
The dry weather is critical for serving Kingsley as liaison with the Clay conveniently cast a vote In person byproxy 1 Dovie ConnerTulluhassce
cattlemen because warm season Fireman's Association. He or by mail the members might Kla:
I The grasses are not making good growth County the Board of
Change Image also serves on the Region 4 Criminal just put people on
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and It Is almost impossible to get Justice Committee. Trustees that the Co-op doesn't want .
early stands of winter forages like around too much risk of upsettingthe CIIKCKSAM: BAI.ANCK:
rye, ryegrass and clover. Most folks During a question period Bruning despots. IN EDUCATION: :

It came as a shock this week to Marianna. But. as the developerof will wait until we have a good rain said he was withholding his positionon
Editor'What
read that some industrialistshave Miami Lakes, which has more before seeding there crops this year. the controversial JEA coal-fired Florida Law 42$. "Rural Electric Dear
commercial and plant proposed for Clay County, until Cooperative Law," 42509. ((07)) says, to
the impression that Floridais than seventy Lawns ornamentals and other had been answered suchas would happen our wonderCul -
all questions shall be
and "each member
we quote of checks and balancesf
indifferent and uncooperativetoward light industrial firms Graham dooryard plants could be suffering the full effect on the environment entitled to one vote on each matter system
himself will undoubtedly have a from dry weather. Remember, the of additional f the governor were a voting member
This and the cost to county
new industry. was submitted to a vote at a meeting. 01 the Legislature, or the local
stated as one of the reasons why hand in the new industry adequate moisture is necessary on needs, such as (fire protection and Voting shall be in person, but. if the i
these plants to keep them healthy and other services. the nBahokhowlsamainline?
Sony Magnetic Products movedits program himself. ready for winter months. by-laws so provide may also" be by or
$66 million audio-visual Also a guest at this meeting was proxy, or by mail or both. That's close to the kind of situationtichave
plantto His experience as a developerhas Its a little late for fertilization of Martha Maxwell candidate for Clay in our State Constitution. The I
Alabama instead of also made him keenly aware most warm season plants and fruit County School Board? District S. The Co-op By-Laws read "each leeted Commissioner of Education.
Tallahassee.If of the burdens that trees, but now Is one of three times a member shall be entitled to only one ills as a full and equal voting member
unnecessary vote. No member shall be entitled to
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need to fertilize or the State Board of Education.And
it is true that such an impression government can place on the year daeiws, vote by proxy or by mail"cut, what kind of Democracy would''.z g
He believes the FORF.STROTE" dried blunt and despotic.
businessman.
exists in' the industrial we have if the State Legislature could
then Bob Graham's state should develop more Ordinary lawn and shrub fertilizersare by HANK COCIIRAN 'get[ rid of a governor simply bypassing
community, training not generally recommended for Legal provisions exist to accommodate a law to eliminate the office
proposed program for attractingmore manpower programs citrus. Although these fertilizers changing Coop ByLawsto Jut. of course that can't be done. The ,s
and better educational Tomorrow's Forest '
a systemas contain nitrogen potassium and Conserving at least allow voting by mail this governor Is provided for In the State'n
industry especially to basic::attractions for industries phosphorus your citrus needs copper ,, r Florida's forest-products Industryis would enhance Mr. Martin's burning ,'onstitutlonl not by state law.
North Florida where it can be seeking favorable sites. maganese and magnesium as well. today's woodlands for concern for member convenience. put Yet. the Constitution; does not Hive
more easily absorbed is more conserving just a little dab of democracy in the same kind of protection to another
needed than ever. Graham and Mixson will Before you fertilize, figure the tomorrow by of making the trees better which more it system, and bring member interest.in .mportant executive function! of
welcome an to correct amount you need for your efficient use the Co-op up a notch or two. overnment.[ Our Board of Regents,
opportunity citrus trees. If you overfertilize your harvests now. v.ho manage the, affairs of our nine I
Graham has promised to make change Florida's image as being trees, the branches tend to grow too As late as 1940 only about SO per. These few words. especially since state universities could be eliminatedy
this effort a major responsibility indifferent to new industry. They much and the quahty and number of cent of every log cut and transportedto they are penned by the MemberAdvocates a simple passage of law by the" >
for his Lleutenant-Goyernor, have a program and should be fruit will be reduced. Yellow or light- a manufacturing facility; was\' ,won't jar the trustees Into .egislature. -
Mixson, who hails from given a chance to carry it out. colored leaves however may signify utilized to make into useful products. action. You good people out there Let's- eliminate' these two in-
Wayne the need for more fertilizer. And. as a must badger the living daylights out onsistencles! In our Florida
general rule if the grass around your Today, thanks to increased utilization of every "Co-op Type" person you can democracy and. at the same time
citrus tree needs fertilizer.. so does ,many wood residues once con- buttonhole until we can get despotism strengthen our schools and univer,
your tree. sidered worthless are now being out. and democracy In. Good titles. We can do so by voting for '
.converted Into useful practical byproducts badgering to you. and be as constantat Revision,a of our State Constitution-
C !9!? Apply, I 1 pound of 6 percent nitrogen It as your meter turns. Let us know' November 7j A vote for Revision 8
fertili/er for each year of your Iree'aage how you make out rovides for a lay board of education'
at each application. If your citrus 'J Because of improved technology ,V f In placed of the politically-motivated
tree is 10ears old. 'you need 10 ,;and the ever expanding demand for Cabinet, of which the Education
pounds of fertilizer each time you forest products, as much as 90 percent Fred John.to..For CEMAClay : Commissioner is a member It doestand
The Liberty Bell cracked in 1835 when It tolled during the apply it. If you have grass around of each log Is effectively utilized to Electric" Member Advocate correctly so-ehmlnate the
funeral ceremony of Chief Justice of the Supreme Court your citrus trees, it will absorb some manufacture goods. And the rate of 1394: W; Pratt SISlarke. Commissioner as the executive of.
John Manhall.i of the fertilizer. Add 2$ to 50 percent utilization Is continuing. to increase as Fla. leer of the state school system. It

more fertilizer than the formula in-* new use and markets are residua simply removes him from his un-
dicates to allow for this. .< more and more wood
for A .American system dual role. A vote for
Spread the fertilizer evenly over the such as tree bark shavings sawdust 1 ;Wjo.J< ", I IIt tevislon 8 also provides for contitutknal -
RI j and foliage. authority for, the Board of
r COUI4 soil particularly In the root area1. recently as 30 years ago wood
!j&As: iegents.. And while It would not
Fertilizer should be applied.to! dry bark was considered a nuisance. It is a terrible thing 'to have a
i p watered in. lifetime of training wasted because remove funding power-and correctly
grass then burned or taken to the nearest
milijj was o-for our universities from the-
"You're too, old"
Acrivtu itl1I Today. the bark Is used In someone says
elected It does
Finally you should test your soil for"Sthe ......fumy. ground cover charcoal and twice as bad when someone" needs'. ', the Legislature Legislature from inflicting prohibit Itself
correct pH level' for citrus treesbeN'HII and skills.
0 foci for making steam to operate )rou your Into administrative matters of the
Limestone needs like '
6 and 7. or. Sunshine Acres someone
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mills. universities and the ofthe
I dolomite can be used to raise the pH-'' and short ends. who know crafts or carpentry removes power
f MILLER J.og"'III lab< edgings you may
M. < to take
I jr 1J BOB G. FERGUSON JOHN level If it is low 'converted into square chips for or many other skills to Legislature possibly over
'are the administration of universities by

Publishers I have already had several calls 'use, in making wood pulp .and\'paper..now ,those volunteer who your are time eager and to your learn love and to eliminating of the law.Board of Regents. by
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Published each.. Thursday ana entered as second Class Matter about pecan pecan prices.. and when often used In tM manufacture of ready to return love. lassage"Let's Insure that education In
at the Post Office at Starke, Fla. under Act ol March 3. 1818. the first auction will be held. Market flherbo rd. particleboard for sub- Some may say being useful and Florida remains in the hands of the
Manager Bob Allen has set the first '.flooring materials furniture cabinets being loved is not the greatest pay, oplnot the politicians. Vote for J
Subscription rate In trade area '7 per year. '4 six months. auction for 1 p.m., Thursday "and casket lining stuffing. but can you think of a greater tevislon 8.
*4M Six Months. November 9. Pecans should be And the good thing about these so' reward
Outside trade area: 6 Per year:
brought to the market between Sam. called wastes Is tar M producer can U interested call SuiwWne. Acres at & -0: "'nmarke:'
Phone/ JlC'J4.e3OS' SarkA.FJorid and noon for weighing and placing receivepayments residues. J64-76OT.. --" Stark*. FlLPsge4A
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tJKlSl a "* *** attitude and better prepared students" Bradford County
official i we expecting: a marked Improvement in score for both the
_ment tesla and bale.kUIa tntaac1mlnlllel'ed week. .
,Ninetyilx Bradford High School Seniors took at leaat one part of the Florida "
c udeI1ondt Mtm.'ntTeit (formerly the Functional Literacy Test which Is In \ .
Its year of use at a teat of whether graduating seniors should receive a
diploma or only a "Certificate of Attendance." The seniors who failed the first s _
teat given In January, 1978 have two more chances to pass the test and earn a .. rf A' F Y '
diploma if they meet other qualifications of course attendance and class 1 p. .

pa..P. .
About 250 local high school juniors took the assessment exam for the first
time during the testing period of Oct. 1&-10. At lower grade levels approxlmately -
280 third graders. 298 fifth graders, and 304 eighth graders took
Basic Skills Test-early versions of the Assessment Test that will 1 be used to
diagnose student weaknesses.! Students who do not achieve a minimum standard '
on one of the basic skills tested are requtred to be offered and receive J
special remedial attention at school, said Commissioner of Education Ralph
r Turlington. Test results will be returned to the counties In December with Individual k4'u
profiles for each student
Statewide 408.000 students will be taking the basic skills tests and 1Yf,78611th
graders will be taking the assessment test An estimated 44.740 12th graders
wUl taking the assessment,most of them for the second time.
Last year 116,034 Florida high school Juniors took the math portion and
115,964 took the communications portion of the test for the first time.
299 BHS Juniors took the tint-time test with the results ranking low when
other counties In the state 153 local students failed the
mathematics part of the exam with 14 of those students also falling the communications .
packager The failure rate of 51 percent in math was tied for the
sixth highest among Florida's 67 counties while the 14 percent failure mark in .e
communications was fifth highest
Surrounding counties Baker,Union,Alachua: and' Clay aD had fewer failuresper Member of the Bl'IldfcmilillCh In4utIaC( class.f 1WT attending a reunion Mae Dyal Smith. Btarkr) Mrglnla FugiUr Darby, Slarket Katie fugatpWainwrlgbl
100 students than BHS. Com, Starke flirts Smith Gftodttln. Matter
Moore
.. hI. Oct. 21. are (4r SUrke: Loll ;
Even with the low January test results Bradford school officials are confidentresults Saturday bore S.C,
of this month's tests will be encouraging."We First row Martlle Hcmmlngwsy Alexander,. Jacksonville Loll Judd Third row: AI Kay Carlisle, Starke; Albert Lie ('rOtlb>'. Starke: Arlford
expect Improvement over last year,' said Bradford Curriculum Coordinator Bennett SUrke Myrtle Kllllngiworth Dennis, Starke Ovid lwls. Panacea Brown Sanford; But Powell, !Market' Bra Moielj Jrnk, New Orleans: ....01.
Lucille Payne. "The teachers have gotten more into basic skills In FLi..G.Deamark Burke: Delore Bloodwwlb Clvlla,Ralford; lam Prescott Norman SponholU. Jacksonville Chester Moody Keystone Height: ItmwellNoegpl
their Instructional programs and the students' attitude is better, they see the Baxar. Jacksonville. .. v Ocala.
importance of these tests and of their school program' Second rows Arlto BpollhGlII.lalealJalrela] Sixon Garofalo Sanford; Eula Not shown: Callle Herring Kje.' Crandln.BHS .
Much of the blame for the high failure rate statewide was focused: on the lack -, '.._ '..
of mastery of basic'skills especially in mathematics. Many officials and,, """" ( :
teachers said the state results showed that as students,ore being exposed tohigher Class Of 1937 Reunites Here 'Saturday ,: J'C:' i ifki I
levels of math such as algebra and trigonometry, at earlier stages ateducating
such as eighth and ninth grade they lose touch with basic math ft, f.
techniques before their Junior year. Refresher; programs In classes as well as Members of the Bradford High Twenty-three members of the clots held was In 1958 when a Joint reunionof their husbands wives.:' *nd guents i" ..
remedial measures have been designed to combat this, School graduating class.of 1937 at- ;of 49 were present Six members of all BlIS classes was held on the 50th enjoyed steak dinner and: 'an evening'
""We had remedial classes that concentrated on weaknesses the kids had last tended their third reunion Saturday the class are deceased. anniversary of the establishment of of fellowship and fun,,;
year and feel confident the second test results will be much better":: said BHS night October 21, at the Starke Golf It was the third reunion of the class the high school. The class of 1937 met
Guidance Counselor Allison Aljets, who handled the retesting for Bfls seniors and Country Club.tITlE. of 1937. The first reunion the class again In 1967, and then this year.
OO O+O PeIDGatorland
who failed the test last year as Juniors "the kids have told us the second test Members say they, aren't going to
seemed lot easier and said there were a lot of things they recognized this time Off'.. 6.._" wait so long to gel together again,
that they didn't last time." they had such a good time visiting RummageSale
The seniors who fail for the second time will have a third and last IlS usefulness. He should be put out to each other Saturday night
chance to pass the test In the spring. They only need retake the part of the test ,, pasture.Yes It Is time for a change. Albert Lee Crosby served as master ScheduledThe
they have failed. Eleventh graders who fall the October exam also can retake of ceremonies. Ovid Lewis pastor of
the teat in the spring. Next year students will get four chances to pass the While on the subject of coaches I Riverside Baptist Church Panacea, i
assessment test. Bradford Needs think the girls are not getting a fair gave the devotion. Galorland Citizens Band Club
The State Assessment Program was mandated by legislature In 1976 to New Head shake on some of their coaching, Traveling the greatest distance was will be holding a rummage sale October : :
test students' ability to function in society and give an Indication of the school Football Coach especially basketball. The boys have Beatrice Mmely Jenks and her sister, 30 to November 4,
system's educational efforts. Statewide an appropriation of $26.5 million for a varsity and junior varsity basket. Lll. from New Orleans. I
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remedial education Is being used to supplement district funds as an aftermath It's disgusting to the most loyal' fan ''ball team with a male coach for each Dried arrangements Of fall flowers sale'will: be
team. The The large ? ,'
also have rummage
like the last girls a varsity candles, pyracanlhea. and evergreenwere
the watch
to project. to sit and games '
and junior varsity team, but they used to decorate the U-shaped open from 8 a.m. to 5 pm. each day at
The testing program has born the brunt of heavy criticism from many groups two against Eastslde and Ocala
Including black leaders who say it is discriminatory, and observers who say it Forest Winning or losing Is beside the have only one male coach. I feel that tables. The 23 members of the class 60(1 East Bridges In Starke.
punishes 11th grade students who are near graduation by forcing them to meet point, It's bow you play the game. the girls should be entitled to a female
standards that have never been erected In their earlier educational years. Arecent Quoting the Head Coach's coach: If not for each team then at
editorial in the Tampa Tribune disputed the criticisms, saying, "The statement In the Bradford Telegraph least a female coach for both teams,
aim and practical results of the test are not to punish students, but to prepare ((10-12-78) "Our entire game plan was female or at the very, least an assistant. ,
coach. ', Elllfyill.1' WISH SCHOOL DIPLOMA'
them. to run up the middle- we're not going ; ; ,
Turlington added, "we are not testing to fall, we are testing to pass. We are to pass the ball until the percentagesare Thank you,
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testing to keep students from falling through the cracks as they move from on our side." Now isn't It junk R.J.Darley The For The GED
GED Tests. Applications
grade to grade, Uvellminate social promotions and to insure that the studentsare common sense that when one play By Taking,
ready for the new grade's work. And we are testing to make the high school fails after five or six attempts you try Beulah
Cemetery Taken At The
diploma a meaningful and viable Instrument, to insure that high school something else? After all your game Tests Are Being
students have the skills we have said they need and would have aa they leave plan obviously isn't working. But no, .
high school and mover into the adult world." the head coach did not change his Working Set Nov 4 Bradford*. Union,Area Vocational Technical Center. .

game plan Could It be, h* is too r. t yry ,I l ,1'\.Jd : ,
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"..u. ,II" ti "'I j he Is ? He A cemetejy working of the Beulah. 1L
to wrong
stubborn admit '
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,J1Ul"W. ''J.D.I Jp I ,D'l' Rra'.fromAlaba; ; :t.'. II""" .,.J mnmoui against*tu new|M_I III.-innovations.!'..<*. inlmjiii like: I i hew'W Wi 9&'Nov.'iryr 4. '&l ia IItG.emt'tecr Nt, fa; tmm'2L: ;!9f:;;; "r t i irrg040J5o' ,)'WjWJf,;, For information., .|' )" z.,;,:',; J! III ,41,

Bill Wall, son of Mrs Harold C. ,education from the University of spreads and formations, not to The'Turkey Trot Road gate will be
7 Wall, of St Augustine and the late Florida, where he served as financial mention plays. :The time Is past whena open at 7:30 a.m. and will remain Examinations Are Scheduled
Brig. General H.C. Wail. received his aid counselor before going to team can go all the way with one until 8am.
doctor of philosophy (Ph.D.) degree Alabama.He Q.B.and one running back game after open
I P.M.
summer commencement is a amember of several game.Football. November 6 & 7 From 1:00: P.M. 10:00:
during of honorary and professional ,like other sports should be
at the University
exercises Alabama earlier this month. organizations and Is Hated In the 1976 played to win but It should also be a ffi November 8 & 9 From 6:00: P.M. 10:00: P.M.
A native of St.Augustine Wall Is the edition of Outstanding Young Men in game for all the players. J.I1
great nephew of Mrs.Jos. E.Wilson of America. He is married to the former The Head Coach Is Just like an old November 10 From 9:00: A.M. 12:00: Noon
Starke. He Is currently serving as Hallie J. Wynne of Mobile Nancy Ala., and politician who has lived out his t
have daughter, who
assistant director of financial aid for they one
Is 20 months old. -
the University located in Tuscaloosa.
His (doctor's thesis was the first
comprehensive study of the functionsof The word "slerrs" refer to
the student aid officers in Alabama a range of mountains witha I GO # FLORIDA'SWINNING

colleges received and universities.Wall his bachelor's. degreeIn law-toothed profit

Journalism and his master's In



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TELECRAPII OcL M.1\171\ HS: Band
II BHS Student Will be Chosen For All-American
On TiebreakerTo
Closest
Birt University of Nantes In France and student to come to the united State
It has been announced that pre International Student Exchange a. will then go on a two-week tour which live with,an American family and
Football Contest student from Bradford High School non-profit student exchange program will Include performances In- attend the American high, school
win 50 will participial: with the 117 All which sponsors the band trip along Belgium, Holland; Germany France Bradford High School will be enrolling
American High, School Majftfctng with other student exchange and London England. foreign exchange students for the
TELEGRAPH Band which will perform th.,-.ope. programs,announced that next year'sband Last Dirk J. Schmidt of January semester If local families
W.M. (Marvin) Blrt ol 1310 Standing Street SUrke. won the for four weeks. ," I will train for two week at the year member will agree to house the visiting youth
to clinch the*M first prize. Bradford High School was a
Football conleetlatt week, needing the tiebreaker Exchange students have their ewn
of 62 ,, Band which
tiebreaker All American
of the
12 correcUy and missed the correct the cOlt"to the
Mr.Birt hit on 10 or game 47. spending money so
point(by Nebraska Its win well well
but was and Colombia as as
Stevie Sheppard of P.O. Box 83 also missed only two predictions in Ecaudor Lauderdale All treating the student as a son or
and Ft.
Olsneywortd '
with his tiebreaker guess of 23 points.Six .
off daughter.
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of our nearly 300 entries had just three misses Including picks by Clarence Jr..and expenses for the student are paid.The Families Interested In hosting a
E. Lee.Merrill Strut,Shetlia Evans Lisa Norman Eugene D.Blye. student should contact ISX at lsa$,
all of SUrke. Park Blvd., Ft
Seeber D. Goodman Pittsburgh andTampa Student Exchange East Oakland
The winner missed only on the Houston Oiler's win over International Lauderdale Fla. or call collect (301U5GI.ooo'1.
missed the Buccaneer victory is also sponsoring foreign
on
also
win Chicago. Sheppard colorsd .
over
Bay's with white or cr.sm-
showed that
and also picked Starke to beat Ocala: Forest,which they did not.Starke petals A survey off the most flower parfume.' ,, ,.. ... ,.., .. ...., .. .. .. ....'. ..... .. ..
loss f requently missed,as was Texas'win Arkansas.. gave ,.. ,,, ,.... ... ,,,,> ,.. ... "': "h' 'c. 'I
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ENTRIES MUST BE IN TELEGRAPH OFFICE BY 5:00 PAAFRIDAY (



FOOTBALL CONTEST Enter Contest NOW FOOTBALL CONTEST ,



CONTEST RULES IntnMlucing ta1r,Farm '

IN MERCHANDISE TO BE GIVEN TO Merritt.
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$5 00 '
THE FIRST 2 GUESSING THE CLOSEST TlegametwllIbecounl.edaamJNeS I1elVrIIOnICDiSCOUnyTO
Each weekend football games will __ _
OPPONENT. selected one In each ad on this unless marked as tie. Games played If your home is less H.Williams.
THE SCORE OF STaRKE (BHS) AND,. ITS page i be Indicate which team you think before Friday night will be thrown than 7 years old.

Fill In the blank with your guess and bring to our store will win and write the name of the out.Any games listed Incorrectly due I you may save withblanks
before 8p.m. Friday preceeding game or get regiskatlon team opposite the advertiser's name to Information error or Incorrect will be thrown due to out.incorrect P" State Farm.Find .
In the entry blank..NO SCORES just kWE i out how much. ,
at our store A two time winner will be
In' cu. o*lie.feral. 2 with eornct cor.or n.er.1 correct cor.will win the winner. awarded.each eliminated from participating In the l.4) T Call me today.
The prizes will be IHUFAWAFRS .
PALATKA .. week on the basis of most games eelremainder of contest. LAM K411'F: HUI IJk..trl.dn.I.hbnr.ected *Farm/ in thrr..
My Guess Is STAR IE.. .. correctly. In case of tie, The decision of the Judges Is final: Agent

'NAME. .. ..... .. ...... largest number number which you of points think will scored beecthe by eligible All advertisers to win.Only and Bradford employees County are

ADDRESS .._. ... _......... .._ .. _..PHONE..- -...-- anyone team that is listed In contest Telegraph employees are net eligible TIP I
and write the number in the space to enter contest.
.. cloud*eor.of SIII'U pmnf .. out entry and mail or bring to
o'n W k vit em tow urn Ih.m. provided In the entry blank. this will Bradford Clip County Telegraph. P.O. 119 N. Walnut Street Starke, Florida 064-5391
beusedasatiebreaker.inthoeventa
STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLY tie still exists the total cash pot will Drawer A, Starke Fla. All entries
964-527C be divided equally among the must be In our hands by 5 p.m. GEORGIA vs KENTUCKY
St Friday. Only one entry PLEASE.
219 E Washington winners.
KEYSTONE vs P.K. YONGE
NORMAN'S FARM

ORGANS ORGANS ORGANS FIRM LIST JUST THE WINNERS HERE Produce & Seafood Market

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:r :\j& Forest weeps Dominance Over ]BHS Intact; I IL







L; : Young Defense Shines, in 6-0 Wildcat Win




Bradford's Tornadoes squandered Chris Yancy to Leon required yardage to give the 'Cats a rushed by Bradford defensive end-
f Mrly opportunities,let Ocala Forest completion as terbac k-running new set of downs at BUS" 29. Taylor sack specialist Mark Moxley on a pass
exuberant Wildcats seize control of back Henry Priest fumbled an option muscled for four yards was then attempt and threw wide. On third
the game and then ran out of time on a pitch and BUS sophomore noseguard by Kevin Reddish for a one down Priest swept left end for seven
I" .gutsy laat-dltch drive as Forest Kevin Reddish swooped down on the stop and then earned another yards to the 10 with Reddish pursuing
Waned a 6-0 defeat on tile horn team bouncing ball at midfield and took It first down on a option play for the tackle but the'Cats still needed \
I to leave the Tornadoes with a 4-a 18 yards to the visitor's 32. that went for eight yards to the j three yards to keep the drive alive.On '
record and even the winner's card at BHS went right to their bread and Tornado 16 before active mon.ter",?s fourth and three Yancey optioned left 'I
W.A butter Tyson bolting out of the back Dale "Peabody" Rogers ended but Reddish knifed in and short-cir
home-field crowd watched power I formation. Marvin netted \the play. suited the play for a three yard loss I If
, Bradford falter on their first two nine yards on first and second down, On first and 10 halfback Stanley that kept the heat off the favored Tornadoes l
possessions from inside OF's 40 yard was stopped at the line of scrimmage Edwards: got the call but lost a yard as and gave the offense the ball f,
0/ has and struggle offensively the rest on third and one,but got the first downon Fred Woods and Reddish diagnosedthe .back.

f of the game as Forest's underclass-. a four yard run on fourth down. play. perfectly.. Yancey. was. then.. f
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the ball twice and quickly I
7a 4, ''punted it back. With time running outa .. I
seven yard run by Doug Reddish .: .
and a four yard effort by Marty Chas .' M J tain earned Bradford's second first
down of the contest but time ran out
at t ,ttw Bradford' cornrrback Richard Mllnrr arrives too late as OK't ('alt In Taylor
? I al alI ; skirts Into theend tone'on a right side option play for the only score of Friday's ,
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more football on a-0 Ocala Forest win. Taylor's' run covered la yards and dropped BUS! to .-2 on ,'
the season while upping Forest's won-lmt mark to 33. '



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gel "It seems like year in, year out as The Palatka defense has been 'the middle of their defense where 210 ij
long as I can remember our game ripped for big numbers in a 31-6 loss to pound junior noseguurd Darryl' 'lapp "
with Palatka has been a knock-down, high-scoring Tallahassee Leon and a is tough to move. Clapp Is flanked by
drag-out ballgame," said BHS Defensive 372win\ over Green Cove-Clay but Zoo and 170 pound tackles and KM and
Coach Mike Sexton; "meet of our has three shutouts. its credit including IBS pound defensive ends, the best of '
games have been close and they're a whitewash win over Gainesville which has been senior Scott Hull a :
always hard-hitting games." Eastaide, a team that counts BUS tough end who wears jersey number i
Sexton was commenting on the' among its six victims The Panthers 24 and played his Junior Varsity ball ,I
r Friday, October 27, meeting between pray an even defense that Coach at U1IS two years ago.( :
Bradford High and Palatka at the Hurse says "Is just as tough asalways. The big Panther line 'will bo a ,
Panther's home field and his notion ." severe test for the BIIS offensive line !
that tomorrow night's clash betweenthe Palatka Isn't\ expected to stunt '
two old rivals will be as rough and often letting the five man front play more on Palatka pg. 8A
tumble as previous grid meetings was straight up The Panther's size is In
seconded by the rest of the coaching S\
staff. Both teams enter the game with Ij I I
winning records. Palatka is 4.3 after j
last week's 14-10 loss to Jacksonville h I Ia
Bolles while BHS Is 4-2afterits second
consecutive defeat at the hands of o HALLOWEEN PARTY
..as Ocala Forest.

Jeffery Norman above lhrows..and Marty Chastaln. right, runs with the memories Both teams of last also seasons should have dogfight keen, Saturday Oct. 28Best
catch at one of the seven the hooked
pass completions pair up for In the second
II half of Friday's 64 loss to Ocala Forest. This playwent for 30 yards but proved 'won 12-7 by the Tornadoes seconds on a .
Marvin with 41 to
score
Just barely too little, too late as the time ran out with the Tornadoes at the Tyson the '
Fewest II yard line. go, but real adrenalin-producer it. 25 CJ. p'r zc 'For
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+u eveafM .till up for grabs and Bradford and Couple i
man-dominated defense 1'ulutka lire two of the three princi- : ,
consistently From the 20 Bradford stayed with '
in the the timeto flanks but .pals in the chase for the playoff spot.'This ,
was right place at right Tyson attacking the Forest ,
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for Costume
turn back Bradford's running at- was equal to the task. stopping north- Is a must game us .. ,
Sexton said, "if we're to
going come
"sck:' 'abw: r z. east Florida's1 leading rusher-for no

S r_ iUPSItfrrfii BUS was held Tyson-who tolb7yards entered ore 6t esin e?,;...a gain fluid three loa time atiempCMarcu*In ATOW and: Cru fording e'Sfr '." .out M.on 4..Mtk.nNrsObeaadM1 top In the District,we>wjfc. have*....,to i. Free Hori d'oeuvres V Wli
BtiS 2-0 District mark with Dis- -T--
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fray with 833 yards In five games for a 37 Confidence short and to the right. met give favorite St Augustine the only dmlebfon Person
166.6 yards per 'game average- grew on Forest'ssidelines team left between Bradford and the Price If You Are In Costume.
the ball e
limited to 64 yards in 24 carries. It was as the Cats moved + state
the first time this season Tyson has on their second possession. Bruising playoffs. 9 P.M. Until
been held to under 100 yards rushing. fullback Calvin Taylor pounded for "Palatka is probably the oldest .
The primary reason BIIS was held, gains of five and four yards before ,
rivalry we have and its their Homecoming
to such unimpressive statistics was Yancey busted a keeper off the optionfor ems so we know it will THOMPKINSLIQUORS
that Forest's fuzzy-cheeked defenders 26 yards to the Bradford 45. Forest Ca be tough dame commented BHS Head ,
pursued with the Intensity of a young got to the.37 before Priest again miss 1 Coach David Hurse. "They play their & LOUNGESR225
.. and took a loss
team that has had hard times and handled option pitch best against us."
hungers for better-which is exactly of four yards, forcing OF to punt. u ui If Palatka does play their "best"Friday
what Their hole-closing The Tornadoes took over at their 17
they are. night then look for its defenseto Lawtey 782-3673
ability kept Bradford from breaking but again went nowhere as Tyson dominate and quarterback James.
anything resembling a long run with. found room for only six yards on three Brown to sparkle.

Doug guard Reddish'In the second eight quarter yard squirt the most off carries the first and of five Bradford offsides was penalties whistled they for i _: tX tr J a ills slat. rats. t tla a tents. sea Stn -%

substantial ground gain of the night were called for Friday night The .
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for the Tornadoes. Bradford Field crowd badly wanted,
Even before the Ocala: school and was expecting, the first BUS win 0
grabbed a 6-0 .lead in the fourth in six years over OF and they jeeredthe
quarter Bradford turned from the play selection of the Tornado staff
ground to the air partly because as the offense came off the field for 0 I
Forest had so completely frustrated the second time. t
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running efforts and also because of a
renewed confidence in the BHS aerial Teiton Passes Early Test
attack that was born in the open week KATHRINE .
practice sessions. The Tornadoes Forest had good field'position as the pv.iroy
threw 19 times In the game-far more second quarter got underway with the I Spiritual ReadeAnd
e. .than In any .game this seasonandstrongarmed ball at Bradford's 40. The Wildcats "
.. ". .quarterback Jeffery tested sophomore safety Mike Teston. Advisor On All ProblemsCall
Norman completed sevenall to Marty with a first down pass but Teston who y
Chastain the senior slotback who was playing for (Injured starter :1T.2 v
showed his true worth as a receiver Dwayne Cummings. batted the deep | Now For Appointment : ; ?
,. with a couple astounding catches attempt to Courtney Wilson away :
accounting for most of his 89 yards On third and nine OF kept the drive 904/328-5863,
receiving. alive as Yancey hit Floyd on a curl Palatka' 9 AM.: 9 P.M.
It was the pass that fueled Brad route' that netted Just over the' I
ford's late charge as Norman had '
more time to throw and showed more \
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Coaches Moan About ConsistencyIn ::t" )' :),I :: Dolphins & Cowboys Stay Dead Locked I


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Loss to Forest" The Cowboy and Dolphins claimed six yard TD run that was followed bya The Stealers closed the lap to 13-8 on
"Tough : ...Ins to hang Into a first place tie In two point conversion! !pass to David Ron Brown's 40 yard TD run and two el
tarke'l H year old Flag Football TD point conversion pass to Eric JIloe ((1
Williams and then fired a:32 yard 'a
of playing the run >? 'J but another 40 yard scaring J-unsfhy
"It was a tough loss for us; going "The kids kept hanging In there and Job Offensively, the Inability to run Uw: oJ ,, ague strike to Bo Bishop for the final Shanks pushed the Cowboys ahead 19- ">
Into the ballgame we felt we had the scrapping though, they ve given 100 ball against Forest Is the biggest con 'The Cowboys dumped the Raider margin of victory. The loss droppedthe e. Before halftime the Steelers cut the
moaned BHS Head Foot- ask of 14-0 and the Dolphin Whipped the Raiders to 1-6 for the
best team percent and that's all we can Tornadoes head to the last' year. Brown
the 11 by
lead again on an yard run
cern as Stealers 27-14 Monday October 23,
as
ball Coach David Hurse of the Friday, them, Sexton added. "Really, we
which Includes
of the season that left his team down by Just 19-14 at
four games both their won-lost marks to 5.%.
October 20, loss to Ocala Forest had a pretty)' fair defensive effort district tilts against Palatka Wednesday ran October IS play was Dolphins Steelers U intermission

"I thought the defense did a good and St. Augustine.& rained out.Monday's The Dolphins gunned out to a 13-0 The Dolphins defense dominated
"We'd been In two ballgame wherewe "The offense just "We're still young and not consistent the Steelers In the second half and set
lead the to
praised and topped Steelers 27-14
Hurse
drove nearly the length of the field Job.; we'll still be working on the last of the when
so the score game
defense on action the up
job and kept our raise their record to 5-2 and drop
did
a .
and then poor '
In the last few minute pulled same thing, Hancock said, "getting CowboYI14.ft.hlen' Steelers to 3-4. Shanks Intercepted a Steeler pass. '
too long.
field
the game out and we almost did It the off the ball I IB a basic but we haven'tbeen Wendell Shanks the Two plays later Shanks ran to "
again, we just ran out of time" able to do It consistently. We're .', Chuck Coburn was! In on both offensive firepower again for the supplied Dolphins.. from the five as the Dolphins dosed ",
Sexton singled out tackle Fred still working on the same techniquesand Cowboy touchdowns and the winners' He tossed to Robert Pittman on a 40 out their fifth win.
After seeing films and thinking Woods as Defensive Front Player of trying to get them down better defense preserved a 14-0 halftlme leadIn yard scoring play and then scored The 6.9'year olds play every
about the loss over the weekend Hurse the Week for his four tackle-four and better." Monday' first game. himself on a five yard run as the Monday and Wednesday at Pratt
and his staff are still firmly convinced assist effort against Forest saying Hancock noted that center Marcus Coburn opened the scoring: with a winners moved out to an early lead. Street Playground.
". his well Friday tackle Allen Scott had good
Forest' was not the better team. "red played position Cruce and
night' nights in the loss to Forest.

"It wasn't the fact that they (OF passing Coach flurry Hurse was admitted a pleasant the surprise late Fender Wins Possible TVSpot With PPK Victory >J I ITwelve 4 I

played all that well but that we didn'tplay First time starter Mike Teston won lie credited Doug Reddish for .
like we should have or could the Defensive Back Award said well the play-action Saturday, Oct. 21, the- local
blocking on pass and kick to Last
of record
Richie Fender score
punt
have. I Just didn't have them ready to Secondary Coach Mike Hartley Chastain for makinga year-old pass stand out ripped off a of ,
continued. attempts Marty Starke boomed out to a personal easily win the District PP It K athletic punt ,
play their best Hurse Teston,sophomore started in' place couple of key catches and Jeffrey competition In Jacksonville and win a 83 feet a pans of 114 feet and kick of
of Dwayne Cummings who has a knee Norman for his passing success. trip to Miami for a televised com 95ic< feet for his prodigious 292<. foot I
"We didn't play consistently a* a Injury the coaching staff wanted to petition at the November 5 Dolphin- total that dwarfed his, challenger'sscore

unit Coach:against Bob Hancock Forest. said talking Assistant specifically I. rest. Pop Warner Homecoming Dallas Cowboy pro football game. of 213 feet. ." ,

about his offensive line. 'The homecoming request the Lake Butler "1 4I
way to stop a penetrating defense like "Mike wasn't fooled by their play- Starke's Pop Warner Cowboys will Midgets, which includes a handful of .:
0..'* Is to fire out right back at them action stuff and he covered up for our be having a weekend of homecoming Bradford County players, will be
and we didn't do that we didn't fire corners deep real well," Hartley said, activities centering around Saturday, playing a home game at Bradford
did heck of for his first October 28,with all four local football
off the ball" "he a a job : field at 3 p.m. against Keystone.
starting alignment ever." teams having home games .at ..A Homecoming Queen and Princesses '
LOOKFOfl THE
Defensive Coordinator Mike Sexton Bradford High School Field will be will be crowned at 12:45: with *
did good Job against The homecoming parade State Representative Frank Williams
also talked about consistency, or lackof "Overall we a downtown Starke ,
held In Friday
and we covered their deep presiding.The .
it. their
attempts pass very well but I was disappointed ()(:tobt'r:1, starting at 4 p.m. at activities close out with the
'in how we played the run," Bradford Square and going down US ,homecoming dance for kids aged 16 DONKEY ADVERTISEMENT :,
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had hard time with our
"We a Hartley added,"we got caught back a 301 to the high school. and under and parents at the Civil
consistency on defense, Sexton said Saturday's start at 9 a.m.
lead games
of times against their Defense Building from 7:30 to 11:30:
couple
"We would make one or two good Up to with the Junior Peewees playing .
yardage.
plays and then break down and give option and gave up big Park-3. The local Junior p.m.All
of Orange
this we had done a good job parents, fans and players have
up a big play to them. We had a lot of game weren't Midgets play Keystone at II a.m.with
run support but we just been invited to attend all the activities
breakdowns with our defensive end aggressive Friday.I hope It was just a the Cowboy Peewees taking on Lake of the Pop Warner Association's first ffDON'TWORRYFOOD
and corner" play against their lead one game thing,we have to do a better Butler at 1 p.m. As a special homecoming.
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and though they give the Impressionof h r j
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type outfit,they have at least one stud 99C
who will keep opposing sideliners CAN
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bust a long play. The guy who can W ,NM ?MIYYWIt
score from anywhere Is quarterbackJames
Brown a 168 pound sprinter
Mho appropriately wears a running
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'They'll run the middle,and run the 4
miiklle. and run the middle, and then 3MIP ,
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ford's defensive line of Kevin Reddish -
Fred Woods. Frank Swindell )Oil DAsT .IJ.Q

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I Baby Tornadoes Dump. Vanguard 20-12, For 1st WinBradford's rl Cats Tame BHS from 1A. T \ ',,1;.1

i [(with Norman lofting last play bombto players and coaches yelling Instructions .JI k
Mathews that was Intercepted by as well aa support the offense

Baby Tornadoes hook basis of two long scoring drives and Defensively Bradford was l led by understated, "The coaches always ([Wildcat safety Duane Slack. tried to Wildcats.avert yet another lost toForest's 3
off the collar of four straight losses controlled the game 04 before ends Bruce Reyburgh and Chuck had confidence in the team and we four I;!:
and
of five
with a 20-12 road victory over Ocala Vanguard/ scored against the second Williamswho was praised for his best knew if we could get a win the kids BUS......Opportunity Tyson ran for gains .
but had an eight yard scamper
yards
Vanguard last Wednesday October team with Just over a minute to 80.The effort of the season, tackles: Chip would believe in themselves.They called back because of an Illegal proScedure ..
la. long drives were encouraging Shoats and Kenny Massey and realize now they can score and they The second half started similarly to call. On third and six Norman
ne JV grid team played "like we because In earlier losses the Jayvee'shad noseguard Kenny Mack. The win win." tile first as Bradford got an early rifled a to Chastain for eight ;
knew they could," said JV head been able to produce long marches linebackers and secondary also drew The Baby Tornadoes hosted break but couldn't ties the chance to yards and pass a first down. Another ,
mentor Sam ChcnoweUi*he rejoiced but fall to cap them of( the praise. from 'the coaching staff for Palatka October 25, and play next at score. After the Tornadoes failed to penalty took five yards away from
In his club's first win. scorei. their ability to control the J V Knights. home Thursday November 2, against get a first down by Inches on two Bradford before Tyson ripped off six
"We finally put both things together Chenoweth praised his offensive "This is the best thing that could: Gainesville Buchholz a junior varsity ReddUsh and one Chastaln booted run the fresh"man ball yards and Norman and Chastaln
on one day/ Chenoweth! said. "We line crew of Mark Cowart, Richard happen to this team" Chenoweth powerhouse. punter Scott bouncing Allen kick! grazedForests' connected for another five yard pans
played well{ and won the ball game Stitt. Rickey GriffU. Junior away. Allen's Michael Walker to become a gain. One more five yard penalty
too. We had played well and lost Schoenlng. William Parrlsh Joel Football Lead( on by alert moved the ball back to the Bradford
Stretch and
free ball was pounced
before and it's awfully nice for the Stalnaker Charles Brown. and Eric Bengals Tornado Hildebran at the 42 third and nine. Norman aga in went '.:'
kids to see they can win." Carroll for their blocking the game.Carrallatsocaugbta Danny back to pass, rolled right and drilled a
"The players finally reaped the handful of passes stretch In the game and converted a twopointextra Bradford 47. to "Peabody" Rogers curling
The Bengals won twice to After Tyson ran for two and then pass
awards for all their hard work" from quarteroacK Bill Goode in,the their lead in the Starke Recreation point to win a wild and wooly lost two yards Norman threw his first Inside Forest territory A Forest
affair with Gators 27-26.
chimed In assistant JV Coach Ronnie of them for touchdown. Hampton's crunched beforeNorman'
game, one a Department Flag Football League for of 18 second half passes complete to defender Rogers
Thegame changed hands five times
Harris. Goode had a good night at QB and on-target arrived
10-12 olds In Chastain In the right flat for 12 yards pass
Neither coach could single out in- running backs Kenny Etherldge!: The year Bengals edged the Caters 27-23 128 the game with the Gators leading and a first down at Forest's 42. Tyson drawing a pass Interference call and
dlviual stars In the win, agreeing a* Dwayne Strickland and Daniel Doster and topped the Chargers 19-7 to run at halftime. Hampton's early was then stacked up for a yard loss giving Bradford a first and ten 39
total team effort was the key In the were effective behind the surging their record to 8-2-2 on the season scores came on a 30 yard pass from then tip the yards from the goal line. On first
Brad Russell to Michael Carrol and a and the Tornadoes gave .
win. BUS led 12-0 at halftime on the front line. and the down Norman sent Chastain streakIng
fell
while the Chargers to 4-9-1 13 yard toss from Russell to Timmy ball and their chance to break the
Gators dropped to 3.6.1.Thursday's Nugent. The Bengals first-half points scoreless tie when an errant pitchout down the sideline but Slack the pass was
nearly intercepted by as nose-
play came on a 12 yard pass from John was recovered by'OF's Duane Slack guard Michael Robinson rocked
pwloh1lstersOpen Packers II.Chargers C David Francis to Kay Allen. back at midfield. Norman. Tyson then went off tackle
The Bengals scored twice In the for four as the clock ticked
yards
Food & Scoi The Packers scored four times in third quarter to grab the lead for the Forest Moves inside the three minute mark. On

U.S.301a the first half In their 31-0 rout of the first time In the game. First Francisran With Priest at quarterback the third and six Robinson again "
A.M. 12 P'M' Chargers. ., In from the 13 and he then came visitors moved to the BHS 18 on runs pressured Norman forcing him to
a Walnut St' buck to hit Micole Scott on a 12 yard
Balkcom started the scoring and A fourth
Randy by the new signal-aller and the other throw early incomplete.
Charger Levy Simmons TD puss play that gave the winners a had the same
when he caught members of Forest's all-junior back- down pass to Rogers
MOTOR In the endzone for a safety. 19-12 e e.Hampton. field. On a third and two from the 18 result giving the ball to Forest with ;,
OIL PEPS. came right back on a 40
Chaff the winners a kill.
Later Andy gave Yancey was reinserted to throw a just 2-22 to
10-0 lead when he scored on a two yard vard run by Russell and minutes later endzone butBradford'a
$ 29 Kuhiell surprise pass into the "
$.e.9 t run and passed to Kevin Johns for the swiped a Bengal pass and ran secondary wasn't Big Red Defense
3 Qs. 180z, veteran
Plus TOJC Tax it In from 12 yards out. A two
point "
,. epic. two point conversion. caught napping and the pats was Gives 0"One Last ChanceThe
conversion from Russell Dude
it Dare Other Packer scores came on a 10 pass overthrown.. Priest tried to get the
pans from Chaff to Johns-a 13 Faladino gave Hampton a 26-19 lead. down Tornado defense kept the clock
yard first down on a fourth option
eORDEN'S A111RN11S IEIRILIC. yard aerial from Chaff to With Just over two minutes left but Isaiah Jenkins shot In from and Bradford's hopes alive by stopping -
Chef Francis again hit Scott with a touch- play
daJ 1169' I Crosby and a three yard run by linebacker post to floor the Forest OF. on four plays that used up
Cue down pass, this one from the 15 to pull less than one minute. After Taylor
tioo Over Coat Bengals 27.Gators Zs the league-I ders within! one point of QB for no gain. gained two stripes on first down
the win. Francis !then calmly lofted a Priest was gunned down by Rogers .
The Bengals scored the final touchdown two point pass to Barry Boswell for BUS Airborne for a four yard loss and then held to
with just over two minutes left the victory. three yards on a veer keeper and had
Bradford continued to put the ball In to punt the ball back to Bradford with

the air on their ensuing possession. 1'28 to go. .
Tyson ran for five yards off left guardon On first down from its 32 the Tornadoes
first down to set up a second down huddled up to try to earn their
play-action pass but the Norman to third last minute win of the year

FAIR IS HERE TO STAY!! necting.Mathews attempt just missed con- holz(remember*). Macclenny and Buch

Two plays later BHS got a first On first second and third down
down on an interference call as a Norman tried to pass to tight end
Forest back tackled intended receiver Ronald Mathpws. the first two plays
WHILE Wl ARK CURRENTLY UNDERGOING A BUT WE KNOW THAT TO GET BIG lR. WE'VE Mark Mitchell with the ball in the air. were well covered and the third pass
FINANCIAL REORGANIZATION THESE MATTERS GOT TO OET BETTER. TO DO THAT WE. NEED Two plays netted another Tornado slipped from Norman's hand and
WILL SHORTLY BE UNDER CONTROL. BUT RIGHT YOUR HELP. first down at the Blls 43 as Norman hit dangled In the air as Wildcat defenders -
NOW THE TRUCKS ARE ROLLING WE NEED YOUR HELP TO GROW...JUST AS YOU Chastain swinging out of the backfield Just missed reaching It. On a last
MERCHANDISE IS FLOWING AND WE ARE NEED US TO HELP KEEP PRICES LOW AND for a seven yard gain and Reddish ran ditch fourth and 10 play with .17
for three yards. Pass attempts to seconds left Norman went back to his
RESUMING OUR RECORD OF SERVICE. VALUE COMPETITIVE OUR TOWN. NOW MORE THAN .
Reddish and Mitchell then were unsuccessful receiver Chastain. who
AND GROWTH. we WANT TO BE YOUR SUPERMARKET. favorite
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to create a third and 10 vaulted above a pack of defenders and "

. > .. mM. AND PWtCIl GOOD,,."'U.. .. situation. Norman again dropped made the must catch for a drive-pro'
oat a THHU win .MOV. .? back to throw but was forced to gain On the next play I
QUANTITY MtOHTt ., "* IOI\gln,23 yard
scramble and though he got four from F oreat',45 Norman again lofted i
yards Bradford was forced to punt the the ball to Chastain who took the ball
ball away In stride with defenders all around
: to and rambled to the visitor's 15 for alfa

LOTS OF 5'U- '.,. Forest TD MarchAs yard gain. The senior pair hooked up
**. the third quarter wound down gain with Chastain being knocked out
Forest started the drive that gave of bounds to stop the clock with eight
them the game's only score ana the seconds to go and the ball renting on
the II. Norman tried to his wideout
win.Taylor jammed Inside for five yardsto Donald Reddish on second down hut
PULLMAN start the 75 yard 12 play march but cornerback Chris Lewis, butted the '.
9 tECfc QUARTERSt WITH? BACKS Priest really. got it rolling with a 16 ball away with two seconds to. go. A >}I <.
'arIQua. d>>l:1J., eepcli.O.l1..ecOI1d"> : .. rrTorfwrfo(I 0nww .... and !! play. .
Key plays along the way were a 20 .
yard burst by Taylor who finished With wideout Rogers and slot back
OR-GCORGIA with 93 yards In 18 carries as the Chastain to the wide side Norman
game's leading rusher, and a pans tried to hit tight end Mathews
interference call against Tornado crossing over to the north sideline on
linebacker Danny Hildebran on a the game's dramatic last play but theaction
0 third and 12 pass play from Brad- was well covered the puns fell
r ford's 19. OF. tight end David Froom Incomplete arid Ocala Forest hud

... slipped to the ground on the play as preserved. if just barely. Its win.
the ball arrived but angry Bradford OP 5.5P
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m never touched him. The penalty gave Irt O.wn. II 5P.
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ROAST 12a- \ BAKING game.Richard minutes. and three seconds left In the OCl..'..... ...... : .

POTATOES Milner returned the rtdlord. 0001-0

..... .-::; visitors kickoff 21 yards, luckily lc.rlnviOP '
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BUS' offense up at the 34. With a frustrated Calvin' Tavlvr' .'ne yard run hiCH n* 500. ..

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P ts: a La DOZENCUBED BANANAS TOMATOES Palatka only fielding two girls Tuesday Cindy Griffith crossed the
line first though her time of 13'31 and
Bradford's Lady Tornado cross other times were slow in the noncompetitive
team ran little more than a
country Hankerson the
run. Judy was
( rGt.J: session Tuesday. October 24.
practice second BHS runner across the line as
BOTTOM qIJ! but get their last stiff test before the she finished third ahead of fourthplacer
District Championships along with Valery Chandler of Bradlord
ROUNDSTEAK the BUS boys at the Jacksonville The Lady Tornadoes in sixth through
rt Episcopal Invitational Friday, Octo
Tamara
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I I BHS Girl Volleyball! Streak, .Still Alive; Baker, the' team it Tonight Coach Harvey Bald will

i p and ticket to BHS haV faced and beaten both be the favorite despite her
District championship a gain J
BUS Lady Tornadoes won two road PaUtlu and St. Augustine twice this
.
Regional Tournament scheduled club's current win streak.Mac's I
the
last week to extend jOwip Clay County.
games but has yet to play
volleyball win streak to five matches I for Tuesday. November>1' 7. year

I and face their final Ust before the

District 5-AAA tournament tonight, in Me 's FlagMac's
'Thursday. Oct. 26)) at Bradford Oym Wins 2nd Place Showdown I

against Baker High of Macclenny,
Gametlme is 7 p.m. forBradford's A two point conversion run by Chris pass conversions twice after touch
tonlfht. season )! 40-Hampton:38 downs but the two point run by Chandler
the
difference
Chandler proved as
match of the season. 'The Lady Tornadoea Mac's Music Shop won, whisker Chandler figured in on five of the after Mac's third score proved the

- carry an B-2 mark Into the, .lose decision over Hampton 4038Sunday. winner's six touchdowns to lead his difference.
match and own an earlUrwln over. the October 22. to take soleposlleB8lon team to victory. The fleet-footed KT 45-Sharks*
Lady Wildcats. of first place In SUrke's quarterback: scored himself on a 35 Kitchen's Tile rolled on unbeaten as
Last week Bradford lengthened Its Men's Flag Football League. yard run and threw TD passes of 33 five different players figured in the
win streak at the expense of talented The win upped Mac's season record and 10 yards to Anthony Dommon, scoring and the league-leader
Gainesville Buchholz and,District a, to 3-S while ilropplng Hamptaa's card five yards to Fred Hollis,and 10'yards defense completely choked off the
rival Palatka. to 2-4. In Sunday'. f\nlt\ Kame loop.leadPr to Glen "Beaver" DeSue Mac: first Sharks attack.
The Monday, October 23 win at Kitchen'.Tile rolled to Ita alxth tally came on a 14 yard Interception Charlie Green opened the scoring
BuchhoU marked only the second straight win 43m over the Sharks. return by Willie Jenkins. show by tossing; a one yard TD pas to
time the Lady Bobcats had been All Hampton's scores came via Dennis Crawford and then fired

ion Top* BUS Stat Chart defeated In 13 matches this season as more on the air route. Jackson Prevatt threw scoring pauses of 8, 8, and S yards to
Bradford won 13-7. 415. 19-10. Head!! three TD strikes to William Muse Bill Bailiff and 18 yards to Randall

Aa would be expected tailback Marvin Tyson has accumulated the most glittering Coach Inez Harvey praised her entire COMMITTEES covering 10, one and IV yards, and McGee to stake his team to a 31-0 lead
of Terrlt Parrish, Terri with Jim Lewis on a 14
set of Individual statistics on the Bradford team to date. starting club also connected before handing the quarterbacking
The senior scatbuck hns churned for 81)3: yards on 172 carries thus far, giving Thomas,Janice Jockel,Janice Berry, (From Page 1) yard touchdown aerlalLarryPater8On reins over to McGee, McGee passed
Cecelia Infante and Hop) Jackson for Street Committee Wilbur Waters, 14 yard TD play and Buddy Crawford and,*
Mm of 5.19 yards carry and 148,8 yards per game. on a nine yards for a icore to
averages needs juxt 107 yards per In Bradford's four games to become the fourth their win over Buchh! Iz. chairman Ted Oglesby S.R. Hicks. Paterson on a one yard TD that was Milton Baker closed out the scoring

BUS Tyson back In the 1970 s to surpass the 1,000 yard rushing mark during the BUS played less Impressively Palatka but Fire Committee Ted Ogleaby, the loser's final score of the game with a 30 yard interception return for
regular seaaon. MALACIII HENKY bunted the 1.0(10( yard turrler with 1.371 still came out on top against chairman; Vernon Silcox, EldonSapp. converted one point a touchdown.
Barnes Both teams
In 1973. 15-12.4-15, 1S-S. Sandra joined ,
"BEAVER" DESUE rambled for 1.150 yards .
markers 1972. GLEN ....
above-mentioned 8111 girls to spark Committee Harold Epps
continues at the Safety
and ANDREW CARTER: streaked to 1,232 stripes In 1976. If Tyson who
defenses) the win over the Lady Panthers chairman Joe Warren. Jimmy
doubtful because of slacking
the pace ho has set so far (which seems lint for the second time this year to, Bowen. Rules, Law, and Ordinances

he would end with 1,487 yards. Bradford. Ted Oglesby, chairman; ; 'BeST .' <' r I
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Pierce. "
Joe Warren. George
Other Numbvrt Dlotrlcts In St.Auguitlne Sanitation Committee Ted ."

DOUG REDDISH Is Bl'Cond on the rushing chart with 137 yards on 18 carries for Oglesby, chairman; Harold Epps. 'SO"I't"GS
7.61 yard pt'r attempt average. Siotback MARTY CHASfAIN has toted The District 5-A/VV/ volleyball I Fred Magyar or S. R. Hick :
a the gaudy 001113 UmE'S Cor IIH yards while QB JE.'FEny NORMAN has kept 22 timesfor tourney Is set In St. Augustine Thursday Zoning and Planning Committee"

49 yards. Including Hacks November 2. Bradford will face"Palatka Harold Epps, chairman; Joe Warren costSeSS
this completing 12 with one in first round action at 2 p.m. .
Norman him thrown the ball 45 times season city appointee. ; .
interception for one touchdown und 1U7 yards. Nine times Chastam has snared with the opening game of the day: Insurance Committee Vernon .

Norman aerials for 127 yards. That computes to a 14.1 yard per catch average. pitting defending champ! Green Cove- Silcox, chairman; Joe Warren tbeo"g
lU-dcJish has caught 2 pniixes for 12 yards while wideout-safety DWAYNE Clay against St. Augustine at 1:15.the George Roberts, consultant in
for
CUMMINGS has a 27 yard TD catch to his credit. The winners meet at 4 p.m.

Is also high atop the scoring list for the Tornadoes. The 170 pounder ft' ,
Tyson .' ,
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has pierced the end/.onc seven times for 42 points. Kicker Marcus Cruce to 10polnill. is Turkey Shoot Set :Nov. 4 at Lawtey di'l'.II- I!" ru \ '
field goal adding up
with his seven extra points and one
second In scoring
CLARK all will be used with a 30-inch(
KENNY
Reddish and shotguns
MILNElt, ,
CummingH, IUCHARI The public Is Invited to attend a barrel limit

have one TD this SI'aKon. turkey shoot sponsored by the Lawtey In addition to the shooting activities Oeneral flectrto'a
Dixie Youth Athletic Association beat air conditioner '
homemade chill, hamburgers
Wood Krddlfth Lead Defensebefcnsively
Saturday November 4, and soft drinks will be available along gives you'hlgheffleleney.
tackle FKED WOODS leads the team in total tackles while with baked goods. '. .
HKUDIM1 leads in primary stops. Woods has made 29 The fund-raising event will last _
nose-guard KEVIN The next meeting of the Association Helpe hold down
tackles with 18 assists for a 47 tackle total while Reddish has 37 tackles and nine from 9:30 a.m. to 6:30: !).m., one mile will be 7:30 p.m. Monday October 30 lectrlo bllli
north of Lawtey with the price per '
assists for a 46 tackle total. at Lawtey Elementary.
Linebacker DANNY HILDEBKAN has contributed to 40 stops with 28 tackles shot being $1.50. 12.16 and 20 guage every year

and 12 assists while end ALTON MOORE has a 34 tackle total on 23 primary .. you uae ".
totals Include ISAIAH JENKINS 31. 23-8;
stops and II a liS IslI. Other tackle
MARK MOSELY :3(1.( 2B-4; DALE ROGERS 28. 20-8; FRANK SWINDELL 18. 12- An InergyIfflclenoy .
8; JOSH SUTHERLAND: 14. 9-5; DONALD REDDISH 13. 12-1; DWAYNE AUCTIONRgOpcnlnt
12. 12-0 and RICHARD MILNER 7. 52.Medley .
CUMMINGS ; (IIB)
Rating
Kevin Reddish leads the has team three In quarterback fumble recoveries sacks with and four Hildebran while Jenkins' two.has In two.Interception Of; 301 Auction Stark I. Fla.Under' up to '.71

C'ummings! und Milner share the team lead with two while Rogers PIUS

and Jenkins have one apiece. New Management all Ittot featured
SCOTT ALLEN has booted the ball 24 times In 1967 for a 32.7 yard ., .Top-diMharga' htlpa ptolact narby planting
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Bradford's ANDREW CARTER scored a touchdown on a nine yard run but Call lor lre home mrvay and .atlmat*

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Beach 21-18 Saturday." Tornado monster back DALE "PEABODY" ROGERS GORDON AIR CONDITIONING
said an Ouija hoard reading revealed that the BUS grid team would lose to
Kastsidc.: finish 12-2 and win the state title.BUS athletic trainer BRADEY Come Bid And With Cash Auctioneers & HEATING
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GREATIIOUSK was recently' nominated for the position
1980 U, S. Olympic track and Held team. JIMMY CARNES the 1980 T&F coach Co!. Col. Col. 473-4777

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aeTveoi better Inform the ""Slf the Bradford County Telegraph submitted
questlonl to the candidate for the Florida House of rMattr. District Will it keep any contamination of the air and soil by the ash pile D* yen believe teantst* actually have lame rule *r la government eta-
DUtrtct 28 i reaching Into Clay or St. John oounnesT Will this lessen the drain on subterranean creachlag: ea cwsat hosted ?
Seekin.the State Re wntoHv* seat ...Incumbent Frank William (DI) water flowing under our land within this District? The expert say
and challenger Howard Dunn (R). NO! Any pollution from any source,or the draining of water, will affect: a large DUNN In Florida today, counties have very, very little home (county rule.
Following *? juwtlonl11 with tile : ndldate* response (Name are listed area, WILLIAMS The courts federal and state, bureaucrats, federal and state.
alphabetlcall : Therefore, live merely fore the plant into Putnam County, we will still have have encroached on local government to th* extent that the legislature over
the problems but no chance of any tax revenue since the projected county tax the past several year has recognized this serious problem and has taken step
"plan to iUbUil1 eesa..wdeathM with the cltlteas to year properties and structures located Clay County, I feel we must consider this been co-Introducer of legislation bringing home rule back to the counties and
DUNN 1 plan to be more accessible to the people of my District through fact carefully. On a related subject, we have two similar plants virtually "In school districts. This past session. of the legislature we amended the Florida
three major effort: (I) Give full time effort to Ibis job with sxAeduled vlsltalo progress" north of Palatka. The coal for these plants will be moving through Statute relating to the powers and duties of district school board by authorizingthe
all areas .* least N-weekly' (2) Locate mr main office centrally within the Orange Park and Green Cove Springs within four years. However, our present boards to operate, control and supervise all free public schools In their
District (Orange Park with manned satellite office In St John and Bradford elected: officials have not addressed any action toward establishing clean coal respective: districts and to exercise any power for education purposes except
countles, ((3)Continue' 'to use the Citizen Advisory Committee that I have relied car retirement* or Initiating requests for at least one underpass or overpass aa otherwise provided by our State constitution or law. (Chapter 78-86). I
upon during the campaign?to educate IIId inform me on major areas of Interest for each city These need are realistic and pressing) : Unless Immediate action believe In home rule and feel that local decision should be made by local officials.
WILLIAMS would hope to continue to Improve on what I am presently Is taken, we w!ll have more problems from plants that are not giving any tax .
2Sl'Si.FoLJhUpaJ six years have maintained. full time legislative office at revenue today County and also those which have already been on the books for
Starke, Florida 964-7203. I have full time ad- two ,eara. 4); Do you think there,. to.many stale employees?
mlAtlSlleillf!! '?Unt In this office at ales. This year I Have established a
sub-district legislative office In Orange Park. My business I* In Orange Park! WILLIAMS do not and win not lend any support and will oppose locating a DUNN There are far too many state employees. Immediately, we should
and 1 commute from Crystal Lake to Orange Park dally. Living In Bradford and coal fired generating plant In day County until such time. all my fear and remove the 404 state employees* who are) being used as full time lobbyist by
Clay County, working In Bradford Clay and St. Johns Counties everyday gives concern are answered a* to how the location of such a plant will affect the various state bureaucrat: Obviously these employees are not doing the Job
me close communication and contact throughout !the district. "quality of life"In Clay County and only until I am completely convinced will I they were employed to do. Removing these employees would mean savings of
In the last year I have made,162 speeches to civic, school and fraternal ever lend any support to such a project.: I have been provided a timetable on approximately ten million dollar in salaries
organizations.have In the last year received more than 3,000 column: inches of JEA' plans relating to !the proposed generating plant: November 1878. begin WILLIAMS Yea. I co-introduced a constitutional amendment that was
newspaper coverage. I have responded to four television editorials broadcastedover Comprehensive Environmental Impact Studies on both sites; June 1980, passed by the legislature and placed on the ballot In the last general election
wJXT TV. I several television JII'OlP'amalocaUy and statewide Complete Environmental Impact Study submit studies and applications to which: would have placed a limit on the number of state employees. The voters
discussing my legislation to p.at..tIJf!pornography. Clay County Board of Commissioner Florida Department of Environmental of the state did not see fit to pas this amendment. Since this measure did not
In my daily office routine,we receive average of 80 telephone calla per day Regulation, and U.S. Protection Agency; June 1980, begin become part of our constitution, I have through the appropriations process
and approximately 40 pieces of correspondence to answer. I pride myself In County State, and Federal review of applications. Including: public hearings; monitored the situation and have Insisted on Justifications for any increases
that I read all my mall personally respond to same. One of he! most effective December 1981. complete Environmental Impact: Study review process.
way that I communicate and stay Informed about what Is going on in my Government eneea.certify site and issue construction: permits If warranted; Qi D* you favor mandatory sentences of felons
district I ls the network of campaign workers In all areas of the district that keep January 1982. bcglb? construction; mid 1983. construction complete, first unit;
me Informed yea r around and not just at election time. 198?,construction: complete second unit During the 18 month review process: DUNN Mandatory sentencing of felons seems to be a solution which may not
many question that have not been answered today will be answered upon completion lower our crime rate. I believe we can get our desired results through general
Q: What Is your stand on the proposed JEA cal fired pUnt to be built la Clay of the environmental Impact study and at that time I will be able to toughening of treatment throughout the penal system. Each resident-voter
County make better decision based on fact, whether to support or oppose the project. could helD if they would make more vocal-written contact with their elected
DUNN With reference to the JEA plant, I believe the attractive slogan! "No We aU need to proceed cautiously to insure that the "quality of life" 1* main- official judge\ Included.
JEA In Clay" Is incomplete and problem oriented. It I la not practical to assumewe tained.Q WILLIAMS Vest We need to make punishment a certainty for criminals.
can stop JEA or any other public, private or cooperaUvellUllty from building They should know that when they are convicted that they will spend a set
a plant within Clay County. : D* you. believe the CETA program has been effective and serves Itspurpose mount of time In Jail. The need for fair and firm Justice is a must. In my
On the other hand, we probably can force JEA out of day County. In fact, ? opinion, capital: punishment was a part of an effective penal system. 1 agree
JEA has reviewed a site a few miles south of.the Clay-Putnam County boun- that capital(punishment 1 Is repulsive. But so are rape, murder, kldnaPflna. hi.
daries. Does moving this plant, less than 10 mile farther south, correct any DUNN ETA program Is based upon a fine concept. However,as usual jacking drug pushing and a few other crimes. It takes the
problems for this area? Will such action lessen the stack poUutton-in whatever with a large federal giveaway program much: money has been lost to useless punishment and Its use to discourage crlminlal And that's why I think mandatory
quantity i it might be? Will it lessen the pollution of the river along the lands of overhead. Money baa been misused and the Intent of the program has not been sentence and capital punishment I. necessary. Without tough criminallaw
followed. we don't protect the citizen: In the way he has a right to be protected.For : .
WILLIAMS The CETA program was passed by the United State Congress
in 1973 and baa been renewed every year since by the Congress. In some Instance Dunn.Q: What specifically do you plan t. accomplish for your district.
*the program has been mismanaged and In some areas has been Judged elected?
Ineffective and in some areas it has been Judged effective. The main purpose of
the CETA program Is to provide JobtraWngandemployment opportunities I will bring to this job maturity long term government service experienceand '
1 unemployed, under employed, : residences of proven leadership ability on a full time basis. I believe we need more effective
the county and to maximize those employment opportunities and enhance self- representation.
) sufficiency by transitlonlng participants into full time unsubsldized Job*. In my
opinion, we must establish local control over manpower programs and Implement For Williams Q: What sseclfIcslly have you accomplished for your district
C icmaidsSTAIUCEFIA. only those programs that are going to be effective for the purpose of In the past six years? What Is currently In progress or what nerds to be
m. our local government and the taxpayer; finished?

QI What I Is'OIIraplaloe of the mandatory Comprehensive Plan requiredby My main objective over they ears has been to be of service to all the people of
J the sate District 25,1 have assisted thousands over the years, whether It be
cutting "red tape" with bureaucrats assisting with social security appeals
DUNNThe mandatory Comprehensive Land Plan I. another Idea that Is not workmen's compensation retirement problems, or whatever the problem
"HAMBURGLAR" practical for this area. I am concerned whether or not It Is going to give the tax- might be. My office has functioned, a referral service to assist the citizens
of this District benefit,
pavers any with every day problems.In .
o WILLIAMS I opposed and voted against the present mandatory comprehensive the past six years I have provided the leadership In bringing more slate I
land management act which requires counties and cities to prepare dollars to the district schools, revenue sharing and other state funded project -
mandatory plan I do not believe the state should mandate programs on local *. I have 99.99 percent attendance record in six regular and seven special
governments unless the state Is willing to fund the mandate program Planning session of the legislature,missing only one day due to a life and death situation
Is essential at all levels of government and I, feel.that.these decisions, .( in my family .
should be made by local government that know their problems better than. I have 99.86 percent voting record missing only a few votes out of some
some bureaucrat In Tallahassee or v.: Jhlngton. '300'000; votes cast over the last six years. I have Introduced and coIntroducedmany
pieces of meaningful legislation have become law over the year.
Qi Do you feel local governing bodies have a legitimate complaint on not Namely? legislation that Increased homestead exemptiom for our senior citizens -
being funded by the state to fulfill requirements of state mandated programs? Emergency Preparedness Act of 1974. this piece of legislation Is being
used. model piece of legislation throughout the United States and has become
) DUNN Definitely yes? law in several of the other states. I co-sponsored and passed legislation to reinstate -
) WILLIAMSAbsolutelyI Local governing) bodies have aleltlmat.grlpe on the death penalty. co-Introduced and passed legislation to repeal the cane
o not being funded by the state to fulfill requirement of state mandated pro- pole tax. introduced and p.-toed legislation making school board elections In .
",wr ,.M.tt.'tt-t.! : OJ"'liIW' '1'1t 1 :"I h ,* I'8mf1n lact;.. .ii Una Buxmypiutimmn* *...wU" --... ..."...ClayCtoanrrnon-parttean. Introduced arid ". ..... ten<*>.ltonprotcUng theM .
my legislative colleague. CMponsoreaHB DOT which passed both the House Johns River. Introduced amendments to taxation legislation lowering mlllago
Will Treat You To A "FREE" Meal I and Senate and was signed Into law by the Governor (Chapter 78-274) on June 9, rates (St. Johns River Water Management District this saved taxpayers in
1978.This legislation provides that any general law requiring municipalities or excess of l.ft million dollars lI have never voted for a tax Increase co-Intro
counties to administer any program or provide any service or facility shall duced legislation requiring the state to purchase rlghts-of-way for primary
/ if YOU Come TO McDonald'sDressed o include an economic impact statement estimating total costs and provide a highways, worked closely with Iocaland college officials assuring Clay Countya
method of financing such or services.
programs worked with
campus of the St. Johns River Community College. and neighborhoods
l\\ to protect their "quality of life." There are many other thing of u
As Your Favorite Halloween Q: Do you favor full school financing by the state specific nature that I could list. but I will not. However. I must point out that I
could not have been successful at getting anything accomplished had It not been
Character and Accompanied By Your DUNN-State school funding Is an Important but complex Issue. Ills apparent for the fine cooperation and working relationship that I have had and maintained
l that turning to full state funding will mean more restrictions and regulations with local state federal officials and most Important the citizens of OIK-
from the state level,with loss of home rule at the county level. I do not think trict: 25.1 lam Indeed fortunate to live In an area that I truly love.and I sincerely
Parents,. full state funding of education will give our schools any benefits. appreciate the opportunity that 1 have had to serve the people of District! 25.1 I
WILLIAMS Only If the ad valorem taxpayer is relieved of paying school will always be grateful for this opportunity.
'I taxes and replacement: revenues for lost revenue can be found without raising
additional axes I feel that this can: be done In fact, the legislature now has
To Meet October
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Dessert Will Be A FREE such a funding formula under study. Our own Senator Buddy MacKay has Friends Library 30
advanced legislation.We also must have local control of our school district concern: for their library's active
should the state ever take over full funding of our school system Library Friends, that's our name expansion and participation In
Sample Sundae j W.n.ed Jrl.nd. that will/ spread the community life they hacon
Q: How do you stand on casino gambling famt viction that good library service Is
Turn on the steam go to town Important to everyone.
fj Age Limit : 13 Years And. Under ,l DUNN do not favor casino gambling. However, most citizens do not realize Cause the Library Frltnti What can Friends do? Raise fund.
that every voter (through the 9th Constitutional Amendment) will vote casino Art Homeward Bound..The Public for needed library Items give attention
gambling in or out Each voter will declde.thllillue. Library to Improvement of special
5:00: 8:00: P.M. WILLIAMS am opposed to casino: gambling. I oppose casino gambling for collections or subject fields sponsor
many reasons. The organized crime and other crime that casino gambling will Everyone is Invited to the annual film programs, arrange volunteer
"SPOOK MIGHT" draw to our state is reason enough; however. I see our school district losing meeting of the Friends of the Brad help to increase! effectiveness of the
money that we now receive from the paramutual Industry, In that In other ford County Public Library on library, provide for added service to
October 31 1978 'sates earning from paramutuals have, decreased where you have casino Monday Oct. 30., at 7 p.m. In the shut-ins etc
those less that afford Public Library Come one. come all and be a Friend.be ,
gambling, likely can to gamble will be the ones gambling .
The Friends Is a group of citizens In officer. Election of officers for
putting a lot of them on welfare and requiring more and more services We an
simply don't need casino gambling in our state.r the community who have a common 1979 will be held.


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Sunday, Oct 22, was a happy Mr. and Mrs Don Hardenbrod wilt,
day far the Morrison family celebrate their 25th wedding'' .nnivervary The Sweetest Straivberrltt Tide SU of Htaetn gJooeal e97el
with a reunion after 36 years Sunday afternoon, Out K8J ;i
epara lion. from :I to .5 .m. In the Methaellsfi
After the 'Ion? search of M Fellowship Hall with a reception ,
years ot letter writing and given by' their family. .
!questions Budd.: Morrison of All friends.and relatives are Invited
Starke and Faye Compton of to attend.
Middleburg were united with
their brother,John Morrison of
York SC. and sister AliceMorrison Joint Birthday
Marines of Rock Hill,
S.C.The Party for Cousins
reunion was held at the

home of. Mr. and Mrs. Buddy CI I to r) John Morrtsoo. Buddy Sherri Mann 4,daughter of Mr.and 0 0 ,fit ,
Morrison on US-301 North Mormon., Faye Compton and Alice Mrs. Louis Mann, 'and cousin, Dana d o'
where relatives in the
25 joined lUrtnri, Newscm,2.daughter of Mr and Mr*.
happy occasion. One other Michael Newsom, celebrated their
brother Lewis 01Greenvhle
Manson
N.C. was unable to birthday Jointly at a party Sunday w +r'
afternoon Oct. 22. at the Therema
attend. Community Center from 2 to 3 p.m.
The refreshment table held two !
Theodore Roslers To Celebrate oakes-orte a Donald Duck cakeand \the 0h
I other a barnyard theme cake. 1$7T
50th Anniversary Oct. 29 The six youngsters and four adults
enjoyed game and refreshments! 1,} s t
during the party hours. Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Rosier of daughters Mrs. Tessle Leon Mrs. Ernie Newsome. grandparents, were
Raiford will celebrate their both Wanda Sapp Mrs. Maggie Moore and among. those attending.The .
I wedding anniversary Sunday.October Mrs. Martha Addison children were given favors of lT 1 t
29 with Open House>> at their home All friends and relatives are Invitedto balloons and towy. ,
from 2 to 5 p.m. given by their attend. 'MichelleGullion

I 'Mrs Padgett Shower Honoree DKGAIpha Nu obby Smith '. ,

Mrs Thomas Padgett 01'LawW'Y' Assisting were Mrs. Joey R ese, Met October 16
was honored at a stork shower Mrs. Henry Green and Mrs J. B. -: Engagement
Wednesday Oct 18, at,the home of Godwin, Jr. Members of Alpha Nu Chapter of ,
Mrs Millard Brown on Geiger road The hostesses presented the Delta Kappa Gamma Society net
'with Mrs.Vernon Silcox.cohostess.The honoree with a baby folding dressing Monday Oct. 16, in the Bradford .Mr. and Mrs. C. E Gulllon announced Library to Feature Halloween Party
refreshment table was covered table aa memento/ of the_occasion. County High School library.. the engagement of their
with a lace cloth and centered with an Hostesses served a Halloween daughter( Michelle Coe to Bobby Scream-along with the Wolf inen, with a Whool Arrrohhh! Mini-
arrangement of fall flowers. p-I. dessert to the 33 attending the Thad William Smith T. son of Mr. and Mrs. shiver In terror of Frankenstein, and monster film shorts will be In blood
Smith of
Games with prizes and refresh- workshop meeting. Starke. laugh along/ with Possible Powum and curdling black and white. As you
menu were enjoyed by the 25 attending Mr. and Mrs. 0. G. Strayhorn of Martha Rlherd of Lake Butler Miss Gullion and Mr.Smith are both James Hound in a thirty minute film come in the library on Halloween
between the hours 7:30: and 9 Wildwood were Sunday visitors of Mr. president, presided over the meeting. and graduates both of Bradford High School monster-cartoon parade at the please be scared by the sounds of '
p.m. and Mrs.'.M. F. Hazen. Committee chairman met with their t Santa Fe are currently College.A attending. Bradford County Public Llvrary; the howling wind, death-agony screams
committee) to plan the year's Community scary fun begins at the witching hour (provided by the staff), warlocks
programs,meeting dates and location ,spring wedding Is planned. 014:15 p.m.on the blackest night of all cackle,and the ghostly appearance of
Everyone Invited of each. the year-Halloween 31. a merciless monster./ Free neck bile
Shirley Jasonek past president! of 'J Start your Halloween night off right for one and all.
Macclenny announced that Baker Brionna BridgesBaptizedSunday

c Hen C.rnisi Df form County a ha new been chapter given which permission will be to Miss Andrea Buck

Initiated In December The date and

Oaf 29th: place will. be announced at the next Brionna Pierce Bridges, Infant Given Bridesmaids
meeting.President daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold P.
Rlherd conducted the Bridges( of Lawtey, was baptized Luncheon Saturday ,
Pin_ level Baptist, business meeting. The meeting ended Sunday, Oct. 22. In Grace United
Church with the announcement that the next Methodist Church with Rev. Will Miss Andrea Buck of Palatka was
meeting will be in Lake Butler at 7
Wright officiating.
complimented at a brldesmald'luncheon
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p.m. on Tuesday November 28. The
God parents were Bobby II Bridges
3'/ MI. West Of Starke place letter.will be announced in the new of Senoia,Ga. and Mrs Ann Rieske of Kountry Kitchen Saturday.In Melrose Oct. 21 given, at the by' r z" ;

SUrke. her grandmother Mrs. II, SI.
On Hwy 100 Among those attending was Mrs Rlcharde and aunt, Mrs. II. C. Hitchof
WEEKS CHAPTER Ruth Bridges of I>Starke paternal Starke.

)t. CDC MEETINGW. grandmother.Following. Corsages were presented to the

The Fastest Growing Church In A.pE tpr T. Weeks Chapter U.D.C. will was held in the the Fellowship ceremony a Hall reception where honoree Buck and and the Mrs.two Norman mother Morris.Mrs.
meet Wednesday, Nov. 1, at 3 p.m at the refreshment table was centered Lyle
wa seated table
Guests were at a long
Bradford with Mrs. Curtis
County"Special the Holiday Inn
with an arrangement of yellow and
of
which had center plece Fuji
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Sander*
LJpiwy: hostesses.Shrine white daisies. Cake,coffee and punch mums and coral gladiolus flanked by
Walla as
were served.
white ceramic doves. Bridal place
Carol Slater of Lawtey was in cards marked the seating
Dance charge of the refreshments. arrangement for the 12 guests.
Guests Y. Miss Buck presented her attendants

_., 1f\o r."" ,s.;:;p.J4oYt-r; #M:;j d 4 ..asRrta, +arw' ..Alwltas.{Pa.oor ,. .... 8.ucca&$Tnri TiffSixty :-- .i' .:/-'Given.".1..,.?l....rI} !I'.Graudons Stork... r 4._ ,.4= : -: _. ..,.cake with, personal server....to gifts.,- her,UM1wIIbrAf.1bO chosen silver::';ZGlna/ Ruth' BURichard k.." 'r J ,) F. 1\1\( _I, "f 1:1: (

Charles & Juanita Bowen couples swung and swayed to pattern as a momento of the occasion
the melodonlc tune of Johnnie Bennett
Missionaries To Ecuador S.A. Jelinek's band Saturday night at the ShowerOct.6Mrs. DL'PLICATK' BRIDGECLUBRKStl.TS
Shrine Benefit dance held at the Engagement Told
Stoned For Preaching Woman' Club. Mark William Graudons was :
I The auditorium was gaylydecorated complimented at a stork shower
The Gospel ; with green ceilings Monday. Oct 16, at the home of Mrs. Winners at the Tuesday night Mr and Mrs. Jam J Baker of
streamer with extending red and Elmer Thomas on Nell Court with Duplicate Bridge Club played at the Green Cove Springs announce the
TT:Ij ,\ silver tinsel ball Mrs. Bill Graudons as co-hostess. Slurke Recreation Center were first engagement of their daughter Gina
Po,>: Eva Mathcwson and Jeff Wrenxhall; Hulh. to Richard A. Bennett son of
The had
Joy The Clown Proceeds from the dance Is given. to and pink dining streamers area hung yellow from blue the second Dr and Mrs J,II. Mine- Mr and Mrs. Lewis J. Bennett of
the Crippled Children' HospitalsNEW .
ceiling. The refreshment table was singer; third Mrs. JA. Griffin and Starke, "
centered with stork Mrs. W.II. Thomson Miss Baker I I. a 1077\ graduate of
Norma Davis Hostess On WCRJ RESIDENTSAT Fifteen guests a enjoyed centerpiece.the occasion.Woman's Clay High School and the School of
PINE FOREST APTS. "0OMo.OMO.AIVV O"e CoBmetdooy. She Is presently em
ployed at Bernice's Beauty Salon In
People To People Mr and Mrs Harry Owens of 2)J 1j.J(..., Green Cove Springs.
Jacksonville.Mr. Mr. Bennett Is a 1972 graduate of
and Mrs Richard McWIllUms Club Bradford High School and alraduahl
retired, from Hollywood, Fla. Board Netting The Methodist Women's Sunday (Jthe\ Police Academy He Is'
Dinner On The Grounds David McCampbell of West Palm The executive board of the Starke school class had dinner Last Tuesday presently employed with the Starke
Beach with Bradford-
; employed House In Police Department.
night at theJapaneaeMeak
Woman's Club will meet Wednesday.
Union Guidance Center
Special Music In Every Service Alabama.Rev. and Mr*. O. D. Giles of Inn.Nov I l.at 12-13 p.m. at the Holiday Jacksonville of\ Mrs celebrating Olin White and the Miss birthdays Eastern Star

Louise Stern.

Be One Of Our 600 Present Mr; and Mrs.-;:Donald Furrow of Supper: October 28
Jacksonville moved to Rt. 2, SUrke
opening a dog kennel. Starke ihupter. No. 224 Order of the
Eastem Star.will have covered dish
supper Saturday. Oct. 28. at 7 p-m. In
the Masonic Hall ., '',*
LOOK FOR THE All Masons and their families are
M-F invited to attend
BUDGET PLEASERS Sat. JApryl

9:30.5:30 ATLAKE' 9:30.2:00 DONKEY ADVERTISEMENT Coleman .

Celebrates 5th' ".c *" ,
BUTLER .
APPAREL Birthday Oct?: IS5' '

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Apryl Joy Coleman was honored on
MENS GIRLS JR. GIRLS her fifth birthday Sunday.Oct. 1:1: at a
SPECIM. party given by her father. Gary
Zip HOODED
DEE GEE up toleman and her Grandparents. Mr.
AUTHENTIC WESTERN DENIM JEANS SWEATERSSfiTrj and Din Kenneth Coleman at the
home of the latter
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H229 Mrs Carol Osteen and M*. Becky
SATIN TRIM POCKETS I Coleman.
The:23: guests were served cake and
BOYS FASHIONABLENEW JR. Ice cream The cake had five pink

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nirdonaLMntl. Mill Lillian Stump and Mr. James *.jMih and Mr. Richard Jo kel. !MrndtHrs. Mr*. Llnnle Wood Is visiting her Mrs. H. L. Hutson and son Kevin ,I.I: .Ii r ,"
Womack attended the Spring fashion V. J. Spengler and the u worm and families Mr. and Mrs. John were In Jasper Sunday to help
Carl market In Tampa, and Orlando on eggs members KlddJer-OrvThe-Koof Woods hi Lakeland and Mr. and M.... celebrate Mr. CharlesPsfford'sS4Lh ,, "' bnw.:
Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Grim of Guy Andrew and Mrs. at Sunday and Monday.Mrs. ded the inimical: of Fiddler.Jna Pasco Woods In Lake Wale' birthday. They also visited Mr. and J '
Starka announce the birth of a Leo ltt spent Tuesday to Friday oof at the Alhambra on Sunday. Mr. Gene Sumner In Lake City. \ \ ,;if.
N.C. Reese,Mr Don PaR
SwiUerluml. Dorothy
daughter, Amanda Elaine born Oct.It Little Mr and Mr*. J. W. Hitch spent
and Mrs. George Miller spent Oct. 14- Mr. and Mr. Mike May and con, t .1:
In Alachua General Hospital. Mrs W B. Mundy/ \ { her Thursday to Sunday In Urn Carolina '
Mr. and Mrs. David \ 'l" .
Paternal grandparent are Mr. and and 22 visiting daughter Miss Jean Their daughter. Mr*.Barbara Harvey Kevin of Ocala were Saturday visitor. K,.
Copt Mr James B. Godwin Griffith and Mr. and Mr*. I.P.: Mundy In of her mother. Mrs. W.II. l' :dl"-:
Mrs. Merrill GrirfU.Maternal and Children of Fort Denning Ga. In Newnan, Cn. Tallahassee Wednesday. and' Thur- of Atlanta stayed with her grandmother tart" JI rtil
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grandparent are Mr. and Mr Daisy Perryman while
Ady'Mine
the "
weekend
spent with his parent, ': of Cumberland 'r" 'j\
Mr Emily Wittman !\
Mr. Sonny Tenly. all of Starko. Mr. and Mr*. J. B. Godwin at Lake Kelll( Carver and Stephen Little Neva Flynn' daughter of Mr. they were goneOutof.town Md. I la visiting her aunt. Mr. ..VoMI t \ ,
Frank Herndon of. Highland Louise In great Duller and relatives In Starke were 1 of 3 couple chosen a*winnersIn and Mrs. George B;, Flynn Jr. wo the Jeff Nor'man W. K. Herlong for ten day. 1' irl iI! "', "
Mr
and guests .
grandfather; Tenly a Disco dancing contest held at the recently pledge to Gamma Beta ,/ Mr.Virginia Shannon of Starke are Mr. and Mr. Jeffrey W. Warren St. Johns Country Day School Friday chapter of Alpha Gamma Delta. family reunion Sunday at the I\lrs. John Jenks and Mrs Joe JJ
great grand-mothers; Mr. Gladys and family uf Brandon sport the Oct. 20. This dance was promoted by Alpha Gamma Delta Is an International home oMr. and Mrs. Tullle, N orman- Keeling of New Orleans spent the .!>f.'':(
Harmon of Scottsdale Pa. In great- weekend with his parents. Mr. and of Jacksonville Fraternity for were: Mrs. Addle Lee Helm of df '('
radio station YI03 college andunlvt'l'llUy weekend with their aunt. Mrs. W. II. I # 'y lil
greal-grandmoWer ..... Mr*. J. I). Wurren and attended the women. Neva I I. a linK Orlando Mrs. pamettt, Todd of Hart and attended. the 1937 BUS class t 'd a\ff
Winter Garden'; Mrs. YvonneSmulher
UF' homecoming game Local admittance to Bradford of Bradford High School reunion sr'w;of.9'ulral, ;\t.!!!
Mr and Mrs. Romey Burney of County Hospital I this week Included where she was active In cheerleadlng of Apopk.Mr: l d Mr ,r,
Starke announce the birth of a won, !Mrs Roberta Sapp Mr, Lucile from Starke Frederick Kelchner, and the National Honor Society. Neva Sonny Mrs Junior Anders Harness ofBrooker oI Mr.Clinton and, Mrs Ida Lee Plummer returned '.?t.'I..f1+ ..!<"+
James Allen born Sept 14 at Shand'i Mr. Mrs. Griffin luna Is freshman ."
nuultTKon. Shirley Moore Clarence DcSue Joyce a attending Florida Slate Friday after a week In Alachua "v \
Tenn. Mr. and
Mrs. Emanuel
Teaching llo pltal. Paternal grandparents Cnltlu and Mr. Kitty Chism spent Anderson, Gloria Jefferson Stephen University where' she Is a Nursing Sidney General Hospital for observation and '. vk( ; '
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of I DeHary: Mrs. Joe Hill of Ocala, Mr. G
are Mr. and Mr F. A. several lays recently In Galllnburg/ Goodman, Antoinette Utley. May major. treatment. 'i
and Mrs Richard Dennis of
Burney of Interlocken; Charlie Tenn. and I he mountains of Georgia Powell Lena Temmon. Annette Callahan ,,\ ',',' 'Ij ,,41I \
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Stapleton of Interlocken I la great and Carolines.tidin Uc u.. Carol Klliott and Clarence Mervln II. Jackson received his and their families .' ;,' t"
grandfather.MS Climer: Wardell Mitchell from degree In the School of Criminology I ., '''''1/:1)/ .
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Dr. and Mrs. R. E. Popnon announce Luke's HoxplUil last Saturday for Kaulorson from Kalford; Edgar: August. children of St. Petersburg spent the \
the birth of a daughter Cara observation and treatment. Davis Lizzie llankerson and Iryna weekend with their parents, K. L. ',
Danielle, born Oct. 15. She Joins a Iwanclw from Lawtey; Kilty Scott Mr.. and Mr. L. C. Early returned Matthews in Starke" and Mr. and Mrs "
brother Christopher age 9. Grand' Mrs W. II. Thomson lulled friends and Louis Szorger from llumpton Monday after 10 day visit with Paul Meng at Hampton Lake.'
pjircnts are Mr. and Mrs. Hill Coulterof and relatives Monticello! and Anna ('(Jury from Lake Geneva; relative In Mississippi and attending "
Aracudla and Mr. and Mr*. Hohcrl Tallahassee over the weekend.Mr. Linnie Kelly from Brooker; and the Early!: family reunion In Mobile Mrs. Marian Mcltae has returned
UopHfin, of I'alutka. Dorothy Lane from Keystone heights Ala'on Sunday.luuil from North Florida Regional ..\.,." 'i. :'.,,.',:: '
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.pUlaMcrundergoing! leg surgery. "
Lawson' of Marion, N.
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family Mr. and Mrs. Nealy: McConnell "
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will lead up to Halloween night Friday. October 27, beginning atp.m. S the appearance of a merciless:
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carnivals and other events bringing enter.The .tarr.
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out from the shadows. a haunted house, hay rides, a at S p.m.Saturday.October 28, at the parade will start at 4-IS at the library.HamburKlarat .
cake walk, turkey shoot, fish pond, M( L/'IWAfll elementary school and will also In
SUrkc Roc.Drpt. candle shoot,a country store with lots ; clude fish supper costing $2. Carnival McDonald
of homemade treats and a costume J> booths novelty games and a
..Th Starke Recreation: DepartmentIs Judging. In addition hot dogs and popcorn cwtume competition will make prizes McDonald's Hamburglar will be at .
sponsoring a Halloween party will be served with coffee and :available to those who venture Into the I local store on US 301 Halloween
Friday, October 27, at Pratt Street soft drinks. well ,. the Halloween weekend night night from 9-8 p.m. giving away
Field and a trick or treat party at the hamburger dinners to young trick or
Jenkins Recreation Center on Library Films trraters.
Halloween night. BoulhsUeCaralval Youngsters aged 13 and under
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from first grade to age is and will run Southslde Elementary School will r.-'i; pet Into the spirit of the night at the and accompanied their parents can
from 3-5 Friday Halloween games, hold Its annual Halloween Carnival Southslde or Starke Elementary Principal Dewey McKinney phys Bradford County Public Library on get a free! hamburger order of french
with a pumpkin pinata and refreshments Saturday,October,from W p.m.on School Friday October 27,at a cost of education Instructor Jim Lewis, Halloween day. Tuesday October 31, fries regular coke and sample:sundae
will be offered. Boys and girls the school grounds. 10 cents each. Game booths will In music teacher Esther Cases, and when mini-mounter film shorts can be when they meet the rotcl>onald',
should sign up at Pratt Field< so the Tickets can be purchased at clude a wet! sponge throw event with Bradford High School band director seen amidst "howling wind death. character.
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Delores Meng
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::: Booh mobile Stephanie Williamson celebrated on Judith, a Sister of Mercy nurse from t t Hl '
The Bradford County Oct. 19: Donnle Brown was 17 years Knoxvllle Tenn., arrived on Friday
'':. the old on Oct. 20; Wayne Kerschner on and attended the rehearsal dinner at A AI
: Bookmobile walla at Hampton'Pott 1
home. On" f'1)) !
had birthdayon the Meng e 1 [
Brown a
Stella ;
: Office each Tuesday between Oct. 2t; Shrine L; .
; Oct. 22 and Bryan Archer visited the Nombre de Dies I ,
12:30: and 2:30: p.m. for readers. Any ; and other of .
Cathedral points Interest
check out books free of celebrated with a family party on Oct. 1
age charge group for may enjoyment. 23. In St. Augustine On Sunda. Mr:Paul k' ;t 3
Meng accompanied a day at
..' Disney World. They left for Toledo on
Hampton Gators dkSl''s'
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Monday ,
.. The Hampton Galore Flag Football 1,
., Team la sponsoring a booth at the Visitors t
Flea Market near Waldo on Sunday,
from Penn Birthday
Mrs. Irene TrYtenskl Ilappy ,
from 10 a.m. until 5 '
: Oct. 29\ p.m. via 3 1't
Baked goods will be sold as well as sylvania arrived In Gainesville Kenny Crawford celebrated his
any donated household Items, tools, Eastern Airlines to spend some time birthday on Oct. 19.
toys clothing, and miscellaneous with her sister and brother-in-law Kevin Meng celebrated his 21st '
Items. They will use profits for Mr. and Mrs. Jose Morelra. Mr. and birthday on. Oct. 23 Since he considered ,
equipment. Mrs. Wilfrid Fontaine were kind this a special event he had a .
enough to meet her and transport her four day celebration! t
Senior Citizens to the Moreira home. 8
and Mrs. Richard Mowry. Greg
Citizens Club, Mr.
Senior
The Hampton to ya
Thursday
went
on
and Donna
had a good turnout at their Oct. 20th Panama City to visit Joan's parents, : r
Fun Day. H.C. Howell. On School News
The day began with delicious food Mr. and Mrs. A
brought In by members and friends. Saturday they had a birthday Mrs. Betty Allen, public relations r r /
Following lunch President Mrs. celebration for Mr. Howell. Among representative from McDonald's In del g/f/d
Evelyn Vaughan welcomed all. Mr, others attending were Mr. and Mrs. Starke, visited the school on Tuesday /
William Lahn entertained with his Danny Howell and son Mr. and Mrs. with an Interesting poster.Thtsdisplays '
electric mandolin and led the sing- Kenny Howell and family Mr. and an Invitation to children with
music.A Mrs. Gerry Howell and family, Mr. costumes to visit McDonald's on Oct. r
along special tribute was given to Mr. and Mrs. Jack Howell Mr. and Mrs 31 for a Halloween party Children S : ; ,
Mrs. Elzie will be '
and Mrs. William Schaub who were Wayne Pice Mr. and accompanied by parents
visiting from Crescent City and who Howell and family and Mr. and Mrs. treated to a free hamburger and ice a 1
recently celebrated their Golden Rodger Davis! They returned home cream sundae. Mr. Hamburglar will
hand to entertain.AB n tUt11t
Wedding Anniversary Sunday. be on ,} tt4

Happy Birthday was sung to Mrs. ,
Garnet Studer who recently moved to ; i
Keystone Heights and whose birthday Hampton Lake News '
Is Oct. 28. Honor Roll
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kerrigan visited CongratulationsJeffrey Students making the A-B Honor Roll
from Starke. Joe distributed gift and Lynda Baker are the for the first six weeks grading period Nursing Home Patients Eat Halloween Burgers i
to those attending. Mrs.
packets proud parents of their baby girl are: \
Kerrigan was lucky enough to win the Alicia Dawn born Oct. 20 at Alachua Mrs. Jean Clark's first grade- I
door ;prize. Games were played General Hospital. She weighed 8 Ibs. Allison Archey. Michael' Campen. These 'Starke Nursing Home patients enjoyed a "They really enjo>ed being together and making the' I,
following/ the entertainment.Next 12 oz. and measured 21', inches. Mr. Cindy Davis, Rhonell Estes, Lena hamburger meal at McDonald's Monday afternoon decorations"' said Mrs. McGee of her patients "It was
meeting of the Club will be1fld Jeff and Helen Baker are paternal Looney and Angle Mitchell. October 23. a* the local burger restaurant thanked the our first community effort of this kind and we had a lot of
on Friday Nov. 3, at 2 p.m. In the grandparents. Edward and Anna Miss Joyce Kuykendall' second elderly women for making the Halloween decorations that fun We thank McDonald' for giving us the opportunity."
:?:Ity Mall. Clayton are maternal grandparents. gradeBrian Davis. Billy Jordan, are draped around the store. Wilma Alexander, Bessy Wilder, :Mary Lewis, Elise
Mrs Viola Lefebvre was the Mr. and Mrs. Alfonso Taibl) of Gina; Halmondo, Jennie Rhea, and Store Activities coordinator Betty Allen of the Mc- Hansen :Nora Kozler. Edna Canty, Evelyn Gilbert and
weekend guest of Mrs. tuba BaldwinIn Graham are maternal great- Tom Cunningham.Mrs. donald's on US-301 and nursing home Activities Director Pearl Murphy all ate free meals Monday along with Mrs.
Gainesville. Her son and family, grandparents. Mrs. Mabel Clayton of Arleen Rich's third grade- Beverly McGee, standing In center worked together on :McGee and nursing aide Lizzie llankerson. :Mrs McGee
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Fitzpatrick of Old Tappan, N.J. is maternal great- Debbie Helle, Mindy Hersey, TommyLen the project which had McDonald's pay for all the thanked Starke's Police Department which' helped in
Tampa, came along to also attend the grandmother.Mr Jones Mark McKinney, Sid materials the nursing home patients spend their time transportation and also Bradford's Candystrlpers who
Gator Bowl Homecoming and foot and Mrs. Joe B. Oliver KuHsell and Nancy WaldrOn. at the nursing home cutting and pasting the witches, black helped with the decorations project: which started inSeptember.
ball They all had a wonderfultime celebrated their 51st wedding anniversary
game. fourth
Miss Mindy Beville's grade cats and pumpkin which decorate the store .
including the Ed Spell family. on Oct. 22. Have many showed Tammy Pceples earned all
more! A's. and the following had A's and
Happy Anniversary B's Jeannette MacWay Sandra
Mr. and Mrs. Orville Brookins Rahme Sean Smith
Mellon Frankie ,
Lunch Menu WEDNESDAY: :Nov
Halloween Carnival IBeefaroni. -
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celebrated their 51st Wedding and Kirk Williams.In .
niversary Oct. 251! Mrs. Brookins is Wedding Miss Claudette Peterson's fifth Oct.30.Nov,3MONDA : potato salad green beans
be back home following and Lori Ann Stinson Carnival heldat fruit mallow cheese toast milk.
several Marty Meng grade Amy Clark, Amy Williams and The PTA Halloween :Nov 2'rled
weeks hospitalization. were married on Saturday, Oct. 21, at Melissa Williams had A's and B's. the school Oct. 21 was labeled very V.Oct.311.=; THURSDAY.
Church. entertainment and lettuce. tomato. chicken. sweet peas, mashed
Hampton Baptist Billy Bauldree and Brenda Bawek successful In Cheeseburger '
: Happy Birthday Following the wedding Mr. and earned A's and B's In Mrs. ErnestineDenmark's financial results. A'profit of over pickle, french fries cherry cobbler cake potatoes, pineapple milk. upside-down
r' Among those celebrating birthdays Mrs. Paul Meng hosted a reception at sixth grade class. $1,400 was realized. Carnival chair- biscuit
milk.TUESDAY
their home. Mrs. Jolene Friese thanks all Oct. 31Tuna rice FRIDAY Nov. 3- Sausage links,
recently were Mr Lynn /Hall on October Diane Waldron had A's and B's In man
18; Dawn Manning .and Among out-of-town guests attendingwere Mrs. Carole Stevenson's seventh who assisted. Prize winners will be lasagna. carrot-cabbage salad, peach rice and tomato gravy blackeyedpeas
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Meng and grade class. listed later. half, brownie, milk. peach crisp. cornbread. milk.
their children. Dana and Michael, of
St. Petersburg. Mr. and Mrs. Carlton
:?: FLORIDA Meng and daughter Angela came New StudentsKindergartener

i THEATRECall from from Jacksonville Orlando.Mr. and Beverly Meng Robert Lee 'Burns .aRala.re.R COMMUNITY NEWS by ElizabetBhMG.: Walker; IesEaafeSaraiswawrwGirl I

: and Mrs. Robert Mouch from and Scotty Sanders a second grader,
'l & Walnut Toledo and their daughter. Sister were welcomed at school on Monday.

Starke 964.5451 Scout News p.m. Each Tuesday at 7'30 p.m New Bethel Baptist Church:
.... ... ......."...... Prayer Meeting. The All Male Chorus Wednesday 7'30 p.m. Prayer Meetingand I
\ ::: : i: Brownie Troop 325 meets each at 7 The Bible School 10
; meets Wednesday Study. Sunday
,Fri'Sat' .. Sun, Get Your Adult Refreshments :{d, Monday at R.J.E.. Complex from 3:30...: Mission groups wilt meet Wednesday p.m. a.m. The East Coast Ministers and
'r 1 '.,' Hf For Sunday Guests' ""rr" '1,0", '"'"' 4'aeppm.< Par.nta"" aew.a.ked ploy'fat'' "'!lD prmr- roupolwlrwlll, meet af Deacon' Union Auxiliary to Mt. Sinai
'cooperate."Mrs Lennon and Mrs. '
1. NCHV..FNOMWALT Mrs. Rosa Williams' home. Group No.: Missionary Baptist Association: will
DISNEY PRODUCTIONS Morris leaders. 3 will meet at the home of Mrs. begin in Keystone Heights at Pleasant
2 At' 5% Discount Junior Troop 684 meet each Cynthia McCutchen. Story Hour Grove Baptist Church Oct 2729.
from 3:30-4:30 In the
>, RPfJRNFROAf.IfI Tuesday : : annexof Thursday at 7:30: p.m. at the church.
Greater Allen Church. Parents are Friday night at 745 Group 2 will Kbtnetrr t'hurch Bible
j' p.m. Baptist :
it /ArgoNW Every Sunday A.M. invited for volunteer service. meet at the home of Ms. Lula Cuffs: Class Tuesday 7'30 p.m. Prayer

iV The Little Church will be in charge of Meeting Thursday 6-.10 p.m. All
; '. the kitchen Saturday. Sunday Is members are asked to be. In Fellow
iI ; c.. Between 8:3: ?A..... 10:30: A.M. Concerned Citizens To Meet Education Day. Sunday School 9-30 ship at the Union In Keystone. Junior
I .It ,t, Citizens of Bradford 11 with Choir will rehearse 'liO1 at 7 p.m.
.,;; ) .The Concerned a.m.. Morning Worship a.m.
I Packaged Only
).e, ,' County will hold their monthly Mrs. Jennie Harding speaker. Dinner
I" < Regular Hours and Sales For And meeting Thursday. Oct.<<: 26. at 7:30: 12'30 p.m. Evening Worship 6 p.m' Antloch :Missionary 'Baptist
,,; i. :;; .. '. J. Package lounge BeginAt I p.m. All members are asked to be with the Little Church presiding in the Church: Thursday pm. Prayer

TECHNICOLOR ',','G. a 1 P.M. Every Sunday present. church services. You are invited to Meeting. All memtX'rs will Fellowship
( attend. In the Union at Keystone: Heights.
', o PLUSEscape o Church News
THOMPKINS LOUNGE Pleasant Grove l'nUedI.ihodlst:
'! Greater Bethlehem Freewill 'hurch of God In Christ: The
To Church: Tuesday of each week Junior
Baptist Church: Tiny Tots rehearse Sewing Circle: will meet Tuesday 7
SR-225 Lawtey 782.3673 each Choir rehearses at 7:30: p.m. Prayer The Bible Band meets 'each
Monday at 6:30: 'SeniorChoir p.m.
I Witch Mountain rehearses each Monday at 8 Meeting Wednesday at 7 p.m. Bible Tuesday "-DO.: Friday Saturday
Study Thursday at 7:30
: p.m. Sunday and Sunday all members will
School 10 a.m. At 11 a.m. Mt. Moriah Fellowship in the Union In Gainesvilleat
301 DRIVE-( United Methodist will worship with Williams Temple.

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be served after
morning service.
j Fri Sat 3rdrzrls
.\U: Plsgah A..M.K.: 'hurch:
IU.Iorlah: United Methodist Sunday School 10 a.m. \
I 7 world Church: Choir No. 1 anniversary will Worship I 11 I a.m. Dinner will be serves

watched. be observed Friday at 8 p.m. Sunday 12 p.m. Afternoon service :3 I p.m.
i School 9-30 a.m. All members will

THE United Fellowship Methodist with Church Pleasant in the Grove Youth

ROAST BEEF Day' program.Mt. Greater Allen\ Chapel A.M.E.:
GREEK Church: .'rldaOct.. 27. Is Greater
Allen Chapel Church Banquet Night.
Zion A.M.E.: Church. Lawtey. All members are asked to cooperate
1H Fl.i Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning with this activity; donation $5.
_TXCCNM ,Ay Worship 11 a.m. The fourth quarterly Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning
.... MEAL conference for the year will be held at Worship 1 F am, with the missionaries
,. -co'' "p. c.BJ I 4 p.m. Presiding Elder F.S. Satchel. in charge of the program. The

::: I '. u. West' Jacksonville District. All speaker will be Mrs. Perlie Hampton.'
J members are invited. apartment manager.

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I. ," :: Joy the Clown atP Level Bible Conference Set This Week I



A circus Is not a circus without a At Madison St. BaptistThis
clown but does deep religious convictions of the old-

,' The clown mystique anyone is a know subject why of fashioned, Bible believing type and It coming: Sunday will begin the day. Also on Monday Rev James
study by Mrs. George E. Davis, who la Norma hope that Joy the Clown first services of a "Bible Conference", Parrlsh. pastor of Morgan Road

finds tM.circus clowns far from of may turn Qpthe Lord.be Just She one is more also the at Madison Street Baptist Church.Thethemeoftlleconference Baptist Church, will bring a message
perfect because "the kids can't Is "The On Tuesday Rev, O.D Moore former
i : them and hostess ofWCRJ'a talk show "PeopleTo Life and Ministry of Jesus Christ"
lit In their a.Pa." t interim pastor of this church will
People. Mr. Davis is the athletic at 9'45 and 6-15
Starting a.m p.m.
Clown bring a ", and on Wednesday
of Norms Davis! 0yeanigowhensshe' director and head coach at University will be an In-depth Bible Study led by Rev.John Davis. Director of Missions
was asked bcTa Christian School In Jacksonville.Joy Rev Denton Sumrall. former pastor
to clown for the New River Baptist Association:
for a SundaSchoolBus Is a Christian clown who sings for eight years, and now pastor of will also bring a message.
Party. That
to the youngsters about Jesus and Madera Drive Baptist Church In
'( lk.LappSaranSfJ was before
"Joy did her thing there boo" tells a story using an Bit x 4 ft flan- Orange Park. The pastor Rev. C.R. Bill George will be In charge of the
she remembered. "I was ust nelboard. Joy is also patriotic aa her Swartz. Jr. will bring the morning music. Along with congregationalsinging
.j pletely swamped with com costume la red. white and blueevenher message In the It a,m. worship ser there will be special music
children .
never felt so much warmth." hair is blue! Mrs. Davis explainedthat vice and Rev William f Joy's name has a particular will bring the messsge In the 7-30 to Join this church in Bible Study
I, significance. Its letters stand for evening services Preaching and fellowship. A nursery
Mn. Davis, i mother of two Jesus. Others You," Rev. Sumrall will also be teachingat will be provided for babies through 3
tier: ', children former airline hostess You may see Joy the Clown this 7-30 p.m. Monday through Wednes years.Methodist .
bookkeeper and fashion model has Sunday at 10 a.m. at the Pine Level
earned extra money preparing Baptist Church She will be In Sunday
Income tax return forms,but after her School and Junior Church and will tea Youth I IAll
original success as a clown she have Joy baas filled with gifts for
suspected a new door of opportunity and in '
every boy girl present Sunday
might be opening for her. She has School. ra the youth of the Church from and Mrs Don Denlon near Keystone

worked for the P.T.A. Hallo- Carnival The public Is Invited to'come and Kindergarten up through the nine Heights.
birthday parties, and other church share In this unique ministry. For The Spokesmen a singing group from Jacksonville, will perform Sunday.Oct. year olds will have a wiener roast and
related activities. transportation to the church, call 964- .M, at Ti30 .at Hope Baptist Church In Theressa. hayrldc for their monthly program Approximately 20 youths! attended
Mrs.Davis and her husband profess. 8490 or 94-7067. The gospel sing Is part of the activities planned for homecoming at Hop this month. the older youth wicni'r roast l and
Baptist. The program will begin at 7 p.m. ha>ride held taut Saturday c'vrningat
Everyone' Is Invited to attend the homecoming beginning with Sunday School Saturday. Oct. 28. at the home of Rev. the Denton home The following
Once Stoned South American MissionaryTo 10 a.m.and ending with the gospel sing thin evening. adults participated In the plan anductlvliifn

I Hope Baptist!located eight miles south of Starke on SR-iOO. Weekend for too eenlngMr.. and
Homecoming Mrs. Glen Polk. :Mr. and Mrs Henry
Appear Sunday at Pine Level Baptist Lawson and :\111.111)1.Ir.. and Mrs:
At Assembly of God Garrcth Jones and :Mr and :\lrl4. linn
Jax Singing Group TO; Appear Hope Baptist Uc-nlon.

This Sunday Oct. 29. Pine Level coworkers attempted to show a .
The weekend of October 28 and 29
Baptist Church will have as their Saturday gospel film against the Hope Baptist Church will observe number of years. Dinner on the will be a special one at First The Junior Youth group had u JIIIKI!
special guests Rev. Charles Bowen priest's wishes the Catholic village Its annual homecoming Sunday, grounds will be enjoyed after the time Sunday evening at the Minmtutv
and his family who served as leader turned some 100 people against October 29. 1978. Services will begin Morning Worship service, with an Assembly.We will begin Saturday at 7-30 Golf, Course In Marke, with :\IFII
missionaries to Ecuador where they them. with Sunday School at 10 a.m. abundance of good food and good featuring the BUCK FAMILY from pm. l.4o'pln.11'11.: Dot Denlon. and :.Mm
were once stoned and beaten after attempting followed by Morning Worship at Ii fellowship. A gospel sing, featuring Callahan In a Gospel sing! The public S\hlll Dempsey unending the group u*
Bowen stoned and .
Rev. was kicked counselors.
to show a gospel film. the Spokesmen Quartet, from
Is invited
Bowen and his wife, Juanlta. and until he bled from his mouth, ears and a.m.Reverend Dale Bradley of Delco, Jacksonville. Florida, will round out Then Sunday will be Homecomingat
nose but he finally escaped along with N.C.. a former member ordained to Mr .Eddie: "Frampton spoke to the
children Faith Ann Charles, Jr., and
Invite
the We
church./ to
Tommy went to the South American his wife, got help for the others and the ministry from Hope Baptist, will the homecoming celebration.The sing attend the dinner-on-lhe-grounds.everyone t two older groups Sunday cvcmnK 11* u
country In. 1972,. come home on went on to Quito, an earlier place of be the guest preacher. Special music will begin st : ,m. Interim Pastor after morning worship. guest( xpciikcr, Eddie: enured with iru-
work where he was hospitalized. and the <* his Milt iilinn amt
will be provided by the choir. Pat Murphy the group Joy vnrourHRfd -
furlough, and returned a year later. membership Sunday night will be Baby Dedication
Later the Bowens were invited to start till the south tll trod the' jmif
Special recognitions will be made of extend cordial Invitation j
a '
Work In many cities of Ecuador to at the church with three new ,
the .
/ life
bible eight miles east ofMalchingnl ( through riirlMIn
a study the member, or past member who to out and priwrnitnl
around Dos Rios went smoothly and everyone come enjoy this babies to be dedicated to the Lord ,
in Joacach and that their lives! MIHH Births .smith also|
the Bowens organized the first Independent traveled the longest distance to special day with them. The church Is Service begins at 6-30
venture proved a success. Last April and of the member who Pastor attended the meeting UK u gui-M
Baptist Church In Ecuadorbut homecoming located 7 miles south of Starke on The 29th will also be Harden Eddie: ,
iheM-nice l h
the family organized the First In- opened
> singling
has been a member the longest
100. and last official
their stay in the village of dependent Baptist Church of Highway family's Sunday at "\\ho Am I"iimi closed the M'r\"t'
Malchlngni went roughly. Malchlngni. in the village where they First Assembly. They will be leaving with the gi.prl! ,,"nl(. "I'lenU "I
The Bowens' gospel spreading did .were so harshly received. for Springfield. Mo., where Bro Time."
not set well with the Catholic priest of Part of the Bowens message Is that St. Edwards News Harden will be attending the
the village who warned them to stop the suffering In Malchlngni was well Assemblies of God Graduate School. .IIUlh'IU..IUP4. will Intel' ni I lie
visiting the village of Malchlngni and worth the result. Rev. Bowen will They Invite all friends ofInt t rhiurn
Upcoming EventsA the Philllpines. She and her children. next SumLi ctening I tit >' p' :sitar
Barrio San Juan. The Boweni pressed speak at the Church's 10 a.m. service Donna and Randy, entertained on the Assembly to attend this Importantday their regular "n on with their bible studies and when and will sing with the choir in the 11 rummage sale Is planned for piano. Their family and several to say farewell! ihe>, will ,iltxKle

the Reverend and his wife and a.m. service Saturday, November 4th, on the friends. who accompanied them wore I II mote groups iiml a truck"r treiiln\n" lor
church grounds beginning at 9. Mrs. beautiful clothing: of the Phllll ines. I I'MC'KK': :' in the fumnuinit hct\ufi
Mary Cissy, chairman, welcomes Mr Michael GIlhooly spoke of life In There are over lix million |It :HI Hiul T :.Hi p.m All lI"n.IIIII1"111:
donations of clothing, household his native Ireland. more women of voting I lx u"I'llo| help need) ,hiltlrrn till iiI \t.T,
Items, toys or what have you? Mrs Barbara Anderson told of her than there I he I world
--- BHS BLURBS' On Saturday, November 14, the St. homeland. Guam. She and her age, are men
Edward's Fall Bazaar will be held children, Toni. Sheila and Becky: him Himinit
between Winn Dixie and Eckerd's sang in Chammarro dialect ac 'oulh Dirty bur
by Patrick Crawford stores Mrs. Gerri Phillips Is chairman companied by guitar and ukelele. ------------ -,- -- - -
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of this event. A bake sale will be They and other family members wore
held along with the sale of Christmasand lovely clothing of their native country
It Is the theater season again so It is cording to Section 232.246 Florida all purpose Items. The raffle Mrs. Evelyn Vaughan was
only fitting that the Drama Club of Statutes. all students enrolled in features '100 and an Intricately hand welcomed as president 01 the Hampton YOUR
Bradford High School, sponsored by decorated Christmas tree skirt. Senior Citizens Club, She Introduced
Mrs. Sally Hansen,has been Invited to public schools must take the test.This other members. Mr. and
a matinee performance of "Dracula." same test was given to the students of Children's Mass Mrs. Wilfrid Fontaine and Mr.
This play, adapted for the stage from Bradford High on Tuesday October William Lahn. Mr. Lahn entertained V HEALTH
the book by Bram Stoker Is certain to 10 and Wednesday Oct. 11. throughout the evening with his :
be a treat for all that attend. The play The test was given in two parts The Father Patrick Foley, pastor! electric mandolin. He accompaniedthose
will be presented at the Hippodrome Basic Skills was on Tuesday while the celebrated a special children Mass attending in a sing-along of
Theater In Gainesville on Sunday actual Assessment Test was on on October 22. 'Children from kin When Irish Eyes are Smiling at the
Oct.,29, at I. D.m. Wednesday. Mrs. Allison Aljets, dergarten through 6th grades. were conclusion of the program. The term/'lumbsgo" U commonly used rorRON
led in singing by Mrs. Barbara.An- form of low back ,
guidance counselor at B.H.S., gave Tables were decorated with yellow any pain. Actually lumbago
, '''III''; .HVi. 'ol' ">iKllininnK"r: '. >rifirr "*1"1" yr 1iMtnrertOll'e'r'o 'th"Mnt.reomIystem -....de Tb I{ jeia 1:00 ) ?..dDtba-Th held.II arrangements of DOPSONijiiininwiJiiwin it form of rheumatism which can be c.use4tiYahfHepsriifenw"httlCe'ernvsrnrertroa7
Another of the most popular clubs at When asked how she felt the organist. Mrs. Antoinette fls..anr: roses and tall r flower arrangements.1The "" ,, *,

B.HS Is the Camera Club, sponsoredby senior class did on the re-test Mrs. Michael Mrs. Mary Stanley. refreshment table also held a II results In sever contraction of .one or more of the large
Mr. 'John Whalen. It has been Allots) replied: "I felt that the seniors Brunetti and Miss Denise statue of Our Lady of Fatima. a gift muscles the low back.r...
announced that the club will film a did better this because Aston. Altar boys were Alan Ashline from Portugal to the Francis Meng
movie this year. The casting call is set year they were and Frank COBS. The lector was Tony family, from Mr. and Mrs. Jose
better prepared for It. After lastyear' The lumbar' vertebra lie supported bv muscles and
today Oct.( 19)) after school. The Anderson. Gift bearers were Jerl) Moreira.
has test students that showed a 'ligament Any unbalance of muscle strength may cause *
movie as yet been unnamed, but Anne Allen and Diane Bizier. Clifford
Its writer Francis deficiency were placed Into remedial and Chris misalignment of thes lumbar vertebrae with resultant pain.
Knepper, says it Is Brunetti Meng were ushers
classes. We won't have the actual
a science fiction thriller. I wish them
the best of luck, averages until the tests are graded International Rosary .' Modem chiropractic treatment limed at eliminating the
and returned from Tallahassee." ;St. MARK'S EPISCOPAL CIH/HCII cause of pun rather than treating t\mpfom Phone for an
The tests should be back shortly Proceeding the Sunday Mass, the 2l2N.CIIt'RCIIST. appointment your first step toward relief from pain.
Another thriller at B.H.S. this
week, after The '
Thanksgiving. test scores Rosary was recited and was led by STAI1KEFI.A,320U
more academic in nature, was the should give new meaning to the word, Mrs. Ann Gin ral. Decades were said RONALD DOPSON
State Student Assessment Test. 'Ac "thanksgiving."
In five different languages. Par Saturday; Oct. 28. 9 to 2:30 Gifts ,
ticipating in the prayers were Mrs. Workshop
Teresa Aston and Mrs. Michelle DOCTOR OF CHIROPRACTIC
Parker In French. Mrs. No Fanton In Sunday: Oct. 29, 8:30a.m.:

I Churchwomen To Vietnamese, Mrs. Barbara Andersonin HolyEuchariit9:45a. 864 N. Ave. Starke. 964.8018
Episcopal Convene Chammarro, Dr. Laura Parado In : m. Church School Temple
Spanish and Mr. Tim Clougher In 11:00: a.m. Morning Prayer

Virginia Lively will speak' at the eludes lunch. The agenda of the Gaelic, ,
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88th Annual Meeting of Episcopal business meeting includes the budget
Churchwomen of the Diocese of election of officers,a change In the by. International DinnerSt.
Florida on Tuesday Oct. 31, at Holy laws and plans for Triennial 1979.
.
Edward's Altar held
Comforter Church In Tallahassee. Society an
International covered dish dinner In
hour at 9 will
Coffee a.m. provide
time for registration and fellowship, ....... .. the parish hall on October 22.
Father Patrick Foley welcomed all about 'i'L' r '
and an opportunity to visit the
Resource Fair. Each church is askedto SERVICEMEN America new parishioners from and other all who countries came to been reading .,: t : r .. :1

bring to the Fair an exhibit of Francis Meng was master of Linda. COPY 1''Ie. Does... 1"',. .;'. i
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Blankenshlp
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community In Navy those attending entertained Mrs what t Is THE OFFiCE ,'1\'t,"'
Claire Brunetti spoke of England
for I '"
The program will begin at 10 a.m. where she was born. Her mother.
Timothy E. has been advertisements/ t '
Lively Is a fellow-Floridian, Blankenshlp --n- .tt 1;:'w>
Virginia accepted for an enlisted In the U.S. Mrs. Julia Wragg. a guest from St. your do Jonell"
'an Episcopalian, a Past Diocesan Petersburg, told interesting stories of \ to : 1K'
of ECW of South Florida Navy. something Slgrle ',, ;.',.,
President Timothy Is the son of Virgil London and other places In England.Her ':! v*
and recently a new grandmother. But Blankenshlp of Huntington. West husband Harold Wragg. also that. .. ; ., ,
known for her of '
she is nationally attended.Mr. IXBBSS
gifts Virginia and the late Edna Yates
healing and prophecy. Many Blankenshlp of Starke. He Is currently Joseph Ganzenhuber spoke of J r .
diocese know her as a warm,inspiring residing with Virginia Browning of his homeland. Sal and
and head .
speaker whose testimony touches Starke. numerous countries spent timeIn. 1 *
lives. Anyone who comes to Seaman Recruit Blankenship will .
hearer Dear onell
(, will receive a blessing. attend basic training at Great Lakes Dr. Laura Parado told of her life in .
The Rt. Rev. Frank S. Cerveny will Naval Training Center. In Illinois
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before OOvflplakor buslmea << <...J ?k. &..b: Fa \ A .TY23 S1 N. *
THE CIRCUIT COURT October, 1978, and file. Etwett P.O. Box 1086 court on or petition. under the firm OlVEr* ehn the ondergnatt -
Of THE EIGHTH the original with the Clerk Starka, Florida 32091. and November 15, 1978:,other- .WITNESS my hand and name of "BRYAN'S desiring to < JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF of this Court either before lie the original with the wi.udyement/ may be the.'_I L t1 saW Court on GULF CERVICEA- ees pl. yg bueJneae under Florida, IrItVIdSIOrePIste. Fta. 32091, Intends to .

FLORIDA IN AND FOR service on Plaintiff clerk of the above styled entered against you for the Ocob.e)97& Temple A-.., Stark. the fictitious .name ofSTAN'S ntd fkrtitlou name under register aaht fictitious ..
CIVIL ACTIONJ.D. attorney or Immediately court on or before relief demanded In the Glbdrawnas, Clerk of Bradford: County, Florida, BOOTERY. 101 the provatton of aforeaatdtatute. name under tha provision -

OOOM JR. and thereafter, otherwise a November 15, 1978other-: complaint or petition. said QOv: : Baulah M. XBuBT, Inlands to ragJaterasid East CM Street, In tIll of aforesaid statute. ,
VERNIE P. default will be entered wIN a judgement may be WITNESS my hand and the Moody'"lOB.pury clerk flctMoua name under CIty of Stark Florida ILeila and Charles IPaul. H. Faulkner, Susan ;
his
DOOM for the relief entered against you for the eel I of said Court on October 10/19 4tch% 1119. the provisIons of tntend to register the WrkjhL Joint owner M. Bakken joint} owners. t>
against
wife Plaintiff. you 26th of
IDatod this day this 26th of .
tOuted
relief demanded In the 13. 1978 Glfcort S. said statute. aakI name with the Doric day ,
demanded In the Complaint -
w. October,, A.D. 1978 at
MARGARETTE L. or Petition. complaint or petition. Brown, aa Clerk of said Beverly M Bryan of the Ctroult Court of Florida, October A.O. 1978 at
Court, By: Baulart M. owner, Starka, Stark, Florida. )
Defendant WITNESS My hand .WITNESS my hand and NYTICECFINTE&flON Bradford County. Florida. 11/16
JOHNSON
CASE NO: 73-283 and the seal I of this Court the seat I of paid Court on Moody As Deputy Clerk Dated Ha 12th day of STAN'S BOOTERY S10/2S4tpd 10/28 4tchg lutE : .{

this 26th day of Seo- October 10, 1978. GilbertS. 1O/l94tchg 11/9. TO REGISTER ,October 1978, at Stark, by MHanrtL Matnaj

NOTICE OF tembar 1978. Brown, Aa Clerk of said FICTITIOUS Florid 10/5 4tohg! 10/28 'ill
SUIT Gilbert S. Brown, A* Court By: Baulah M. NAME 10112 4tpd 112NOTIcEOI NOTICE OF INTENTION r-----" |

PROPERTY Clerk of the Court Moody, Aa Deputy Clerk. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Pursuant to Section TO REGISTER Deadline for Inaartlonj \
By: Marian McRae D.C. 10/19 4tchg 1119. EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 805.00, florid. Statutes, MOTICE OF INTENTION FICTITIOUS NAMe t Tuesday noon preceding I

To: Margarett L. 10/5 4tchg 10/26 OF FLORIDA IN AND notice I hereby given thet /: TO REGISTER I Thursday before public-! i
Johnson, Last known FOR BRADFORD COUNTY the undersigned Donald INTENTIONTO FICTITIOUS NAME; Pursuant to Section CatIen. V W'
address: P.O. Box 215 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT CIVILACTION E. Furrow and Gloria A. REGISTER Pursuant' to Section 866 .F1orIdII Statutes, I Minimum charge 12.00.I t
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT CASE No. 78-439. Furrow Rt 2, Box 102A, FICTITIOUS BOB.09, Florida Statutaa. notica' : hereby given. that (Cov.rsllWords' ) '. II(:i
Hampton Florida. EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FONS HATHAWAY Stark*. Bradford County Pursuant to Section notice a>hereby given that the undersigned Paul H. achwordov.r] I] I C
YOU ARE HEREBY OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY CROSBY Husband vs Florida doing business BOB.09, Florid Statutee, the undersigned, Letta Faulkner, 2305::: N. Temple II 10 cents I F
under the aid Charta WrIght 1216 Avenue, Starka, Fla. I,Not for, ?
NOTIFIED that an action FOR BRADFORD CIVILACTIONIN FRANCES HEMPHILL firm name of notice la haraby grvan) that responsible ;
to foracloM a mortgageon COUNTY. CROSBY WIFE. "QUM CREEK KENNEL!," the undenlgned HomerF. Old Lawtey Road, Stetke, 32091 and Susan M. hirers when given' aver* 't
MARRIAGEOF fit 2 Box Fl.. 32091 doing Bakken, At. 1, Box 49. Iffie phene er when t
the following described CIVILACTION RE: THE NOTICE OF SUIT-NO 162-A Stark, Hart At. 1. Box 684.Lafc copy '
,
property In Bradford : BENNIE THOMAS PROPERTY Florida, 32091. Intends to Butler. Bradford buslneaa under the firm Stark, Fla. 32091 doing (II.not typed and brought| V
business under the firm I
name of "UTTLE the office. 1
SARA
HUSBAND register said fictitious
vs
County, Florida: Case No. 7&427BARBARA JR.
County florida 32054. .
of "FAULKNER -
ANGELS", 1208 North name, ----- .4I
Lot One ((1)) and the DELORIS THOMAS TO:Francea Hemphlll name under the pro. doing business under the ,.,,,, .
Weal 20 feet of Lot 2 In RUTH WIFE. Crosby address unknown visions of afore said firm of '
mm
Block 29 BIantonaAddition NORMAN McCRACKEN NOTICE OF SUIT-NO YOU ARE HEREBY etatute. "MOONLIGHT ENTERPRISES -- _. -- -

to the Town of wife vs ROBERT ALAN PROPERTY. NOTIFIED that an action Donald C. Furrow & ," Rt. 1, Box 664,
Hampton aa same appears McCRACKEN Husband. TO.: SARA DELORIS for Dissolution of Marriage Gloria A. Furrcw.cwners.' Lak. Butler, Florida. K.Jf.8tane flraI1dI 't

of record In Plat NOTICE OF SUIT THOMAS ADDRESS has been filed against you,. Dated this 6th day of 32064, Intend to register -- -- -- -- --- -- -- --

Book 1, Page 38. current NO PROPERTY. UNKNOWN. YOU ARE Francea Hamphill Crosby October A.D. 1978., at Mid fictitious LAND FOB' 8ALE.K. FOR RENTl LIUls Lake FOR ALE. "' .&erIc..
Public Record of Bradford TO: Robert Alan Me- HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT and you are required to St rle., Florida. ,neme) under the provisions .,.....' Heights. Nice ...... Fa' Cattaaj. 1 er tawrsaes. .......,*, ...." ataltlplystalaWis
Cracken, c/o Brian AN ACTION FOR serve a copy of your written 10/5 4tpd, 10/26 of aforesaid Is...1 ..10 em(rest*InSMlbkerkee4 ISO a ...... a71. steel ..... 4.. ...
County Florida,all In Albright, Superior Trucking DISSOLUTION OF defenses. If any to It, on the statute. el aw .....*. lua |G.la.... ..| sltsr Sp. typ*. atlll !Is bs*. 8........
Section 30 Township 7 Atlanta, Georgia. YOU MARRIAGE ha been filed plaintiff attorney, whose Homer F. Hart __. Ie,. perasM. ..bilefcsasea .-. Itpd 10/11-26. east "' 91. WIN ..II r... '"15.
South, Range 22 East. ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat against you and you are name and address to NOTICE OF Dated this 5th day owner.of sad asese ...,....... C.. 472S933. 4lpd 11)111
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Isk Prlae
eel with
has been tiled againstyou an action for required to serve a copy of James R. Flynn Esquire INTENTIONTO 1119.
October A.D. 1978
M tens Iran ISUO._. te MOKr FOR SALE" Bsldwlaaaaasla -
If -
and you are required DISSOLUTION OF your written defenses. P O. Drawer 1030( REGISTER Stark. Florida. ...,..
CeaasMrslsl ...... ...... HOUSE CLEANING
to serve a copy of your MARRIAGE hue been filed any to It, on the plaintiffs Starke Florida 32091, ((904)) FICTITIOUS 10/6 4tpd 10/26 taaj* .5 8M available.Oweer .....I'u'..... style, Raasoasbls rates, .r.. .1 3, .
written defenses: If any, against you Robert Alan attorney, whole name and 964-5701 and file the NAME 473-4371.' /..... TrspfcaUMd. sad ncaatlytaiaad. ," ......... 475-127. 475ZftSt .
to It on J.J. WOLBERT. McCracken and you are address la J.J. Wolbert, original l with the clerk of the Pu.u.nt ,to Section Beat alfsr ...., 47J-M11 altar 6 pUs ...
JR. Plaintiff attorney, required to serve a copy of Jr., 206 S. Water St., P.O. above styled court on or .86609. Florida Statutes, FOR BENT: Olllaa spue.rfdwatew tSOO. 4T3-S4S3. ltpd1026.MULTIFAMILY .11, 10/19.
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whose address I. 206 S. your written defenses Ifany Box 1086, Starke, Florida before November 23, 1978:>totherwlle. notice.la'hereby given that NOTICE UNDER K., -----B7a -
Laatedl ehla4)) Mealier ----------- FOR .tlfiil .....
Water Street, P.O. Box to It. on the plaintiff'sattorney 32091, 904/964-5200 and judgement may the undarsloned Beverly. NAME FICTITIOUS' LAW '.fl,.*. Call 473-4SS7' YARD alia .. Lake ar....".. c.....
1086 Starka, Florida, whoae name and file the original l with the be entered against you for M. Bryan At. 2, Box 67, .....,.. t .J". S .... SALE, 4 .11.. asat ., te scbals. sad hops, saadybsack
32091 on or before address to Thomas M. clerk of the above styled the relief demanded In the Sterile, Fla. 32091. doing NOTICE IS HEREBY "IId. Mslr*.. aa SII-". ,.... do*. tl5OM. Call .

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CASH FORGOLDi UrH>(, h.' 10-M.
jewelry. ......... ...... -">--------- Owar-Rsskr.4tch10/l -
....... .*... Will visit year 1 1/L
bees. ..,....... Mr. Mltseas. -. -- I F '
47S-l 6t. U/... FOR SALE Little girls FOR SALE 1973 ,.... F.

eest. ala. S, 15. Dr.*.*., 250 plck-aia factary *lrr p.,
IEAGLEI SAY FOB SALE 1 TIeleefclewUe ,Jeaaa, bleaees. ... assay 8. P-B, heavy duty ......-
EAGLE trailer.. 24x51 ether Ihs I. ..... A. II lea. a..,., ....1 sad
4 BB S bath*. 4... C-H: sad 14. A Die.**. eaadl., casspar spsclal. 35,000 .
_ ______________________ oat auAury HM *sr,I:;.5GO.CeeJ s....47 Jtur. &...473.I40S. lIcks 10-29. mflsawtth ft..Stk wsaal } .
paic.MOCSBMIMi...ON ICOOAIC AT A LOW.toAH'LOW I lipS 18" tally saalppsd. c..,., -
......57.500 lar ..Ir.Call
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PRICES *e> 8R-M. October 'brJcantyWant
CIC.AVW ZO-ZS. Itebf" 10...

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_____ .- -- FOB SALE 19 ..... Hds
13% apBreitaalelr. 3 aill.
.... K.,.. ..* Halgbta.. -' -' -. -'..I- --- -
1- MEN'S KNn''POLOS Laa4 .....&eII by ... .
Aim graded ,...... S2.000 per s : -
BAKQAIN1rt .... Pheee 473-4S3. Ued Q ; 'tE
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FUEL OIL TANK sad 275 CHINA BY !SYRACUSE
l 12R.5 ,.110.. .( disssl., fuel. all. Sllbawstta dsl..at Swsat-.
I ;0-8LE-Ii; ; RfMlaaa; ; 'E.telleatcoaditloa.Csll.. 91- heart psttsra. Odd places .,
( "" /oonoo knit wmplsokal II batckba" with ... 2409 10-26 2tpd 11-2. lull set up te 4 pc place
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nocotbaclis. -' styta short '....1.. Pie.... .'.r.. --- ..Ul.... Call .r write
On sale Thursday Friday & Saturday -. ::::: tap* 4ock. med AMJFMndle. CAMPER TRAILER. Sal. Ssadra L........ 126 P.....
In elyleea E........ side A ,
gAyEs eaadllleavSI ar trsdai, sleeps four 1350essh n. Orange Park Flu.
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V_ ,._ SAVE 12% 32073. Call coDect
EAGLE MD-30 MOTOR OIL _' jAVp JMO 1Jra.47a..lI. Itpd ar will trade far ,.. 2644769k
4-PK. C OR O 2-PACK 1046. !horte (.. CsU 1026 4\Cb"\ 11.1.. .
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D$1 'U _ _ BATTERIES. .vaR.AOYl..- -. .-. -' '!1J HUDSON'fttIacnr ... :. 't. t"e I JJ
PERSONML'SERVICES
FOB SALE tr BeaatlfhlCa ;
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'NEED .
R $1 2$1':; SALE-PRICED visa*. Played *.ry A SMALL PICK up?
Fwmulsied 1M''in*modem angina. WALK SHORTS 11&*... Fl.. .. sal 473-80M. 196 Fard Raacberst. aad. /' i j.
from 100%' virgin crude. at...". WAS J.W WA83MrtS Itch.* 10... .....,tlo.' rebuilt aagtoai aircaadltloasdi ,
4 TO MATCH ., ...d. ...,."
I good tires. 650. Wastara WILL BABYSIT IN MY
SAWUPTO22_ _ "_ c-j_ _sun_ FOR SALE OAK LAKE A.,.. 190 W. Mali. St., LB HOME, Babies sod preschool .,
Q- ''IIIIIf .z'41. 00 ESTATES sue.. tbre.acrerlll chlldreat weekdays,
Itch
SALE-PRICED TOOLS! JUMBO ROLL 3PK. MEN'S weeded. *:---____..:-
SATIN STRIPEANDKERCHIEFS trast. Moa. tkra Friday, 4963483.
cri I 2-PLV PAPER 11..111.1.510... SALE OR TRADEi. 1963 1026 2tchg ll.LCUSTOM
..- YOUR $1 WI"'U" I. I TOWEL BUYI Carafrea poIy/oollonblendln one"W'r' 529he./ 0..., pb. 813-S79. Ford pulpwaad truck .;'
kfret solids a Styled -----------
CHOICE = V.r... McCartney, by Fire
10$1 for comfort, priced .. m 1651. 1011 nil. *
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wall.. -_. Sutlo. st Breaker. 1026atpill. MADE
:::::: mane 30-42. Check Item* out!
:: mallet screwdriver 1 a moral cue DI8O.eCs HOUSE FOR RENT I .*,-_______ DRAPERIES Furniture "

....r... piss ....p.... Uft. TWO HORSES Herss sad floor coverings) Ireaestimates
SA VII 10"POKERI SAW 14% Attractive. ..... with. large trader good .10.,.. Jael at your Ed home.SAW .
\ Ifcreplaae ea Cater Baa E.er". 496-3393 10-20 Itpd Eaterprlsas. or
21 OZ. BAB-O STONEWARE MEN'SCREW Lsb*. Caatrsl air ... best 112.______ Lams Stephens, 4962219. .
BRASS. OTHER NECK POLO 9/14 tlschfW '
BRIDGE HOUSEHOLDCLEANSER F..... axlartor.Nte .
palaUd IS' RENKEN RUNABOUTt
ASH TRAYS S.M.L.XL
I. CARDS / -- 1
I eva deck aai lake sIde 70 Johasaa
Tri-hull h.p. lljTBABYSrF
3 01 k 31 $1 $1 250 ..r sisath.' PartlaDyhralshsd. Fewer trila. .......1... steel IN thru MY I''
HOME
Monday
Csl Jack Lackweed apeed-e-aietar ,..h.. ) \
prep
Na All
wERL344.4? WAS 3.'lrtr "eeeej- "' T' -'I cue osc.Paid \ slur 6 p... w*.k4ays meter ceatpasa. portable. frl""I'U8 alghti. '
Call 496-
.. .. pro-school ages.
.k. 473-1474. depth liader. slectrle, ..'.,, ,,

SAVE 15% _SAVE_ _14%_ _.A".24"_ 4t.b.C..I:! /.:.____ tilt Iloa$1700.trailer. All C.U4.1.1317..0Z .la goad condl- 2318 Itpd.__1019.Nff _______ I I"

ASSORTED SEASHELL TELEPHONE ADDRESS NYLON MEN'S SOCKS.IRREQ. FOR Lake RENTi Baste F. t BR !..2tpd. 11-2..:..__---..:_ bFOR ONE A HOUSEKEEPER DAY A WEEK ,

CANDLES g41 BOOK FIT 10-13 rilabsd. GstaswIU. .U.. with local references II. 10.
un_.. call no at 4962743. 10/19 ....
21 9 21
Whit Ssads Lake ZBR

r _ _ _ WEAE.347! ..rat..... tire pkue. ...250L. Unch.'f
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CHROME 4" DIAMETER $AVS2tY. YE 24% ...VII 13% SHERIF
.... .reakl I BR
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) STONEWARE
FORKS MEN'S! JOOaiNQ SHOUTS MEN'S VINYL MAINSUIT
a SPOONS _SOUP BOWLS OZ. SHELL BOYS' TRIM ........, ..ra....... (200sa Notice. Ie hereby given poretion, of Orona. ;
ANT & ROACH TEES. IRREG. that I, Dolph E. Reddish,
-* =22$5 =3.00 a. Florida. and against F !
I M.L.XL15V4
I I 61 : INSECTICIDE as sheriff of Bradford Martin Tackle, Inc., and
21 Breezy ,fabric blanda. ... out Pocketed .Jacket w/det_ KEYSTONE HEIGHTS County, Florida, under Carloua Stalvay, i' I
3 I ; ;.;t tor eaiy movement a to XL. hood,orawstring perIL.......< REALTY. REALTOR and by virtu of Writ of ,defendants In the ;

.. / 4734614.FORSALEs---.------__ Execution/ to-wit: amount of $960.63
taHclfbU Execution Issued out of together with coats of j
SAVE 14% SAVE 12% SAVE 12% SAYS 1.2" S X.'l.bath, County Court of Plnella collection. F

GLASSES INtO :s WOVEN SLB. BAGS BOYS' TERRY faailly rea*.........Ia...CH. County Florida pursuant Have seized and have In ,.. '
OZ. OR / BREAD ftTUBI LAWN/GARDEN TUBE SOCKS. A. ....,.. lad ,..... to a Final Judgment for my possession the J
12 OZ SIZE BASKET :-; FERTILIZERS y II 6-8'A. 9-11 seer sckaal. sad. ....,.1.( The Plastl-Kraft Cor. following described .

4 1 21 $1 ,,,,, 21WERS 11 1.31,5410.acre ...a. bsai tat poratlon, a Florida cor- personal property to-wit:

5.4r1W WAS 2Mrt5 weRe aer WERE aMrre ...-... .f K.'....* tlSOO. Quantity Item
i 25 Zebco 80 XRL Reel
: 'SAVI14% SAVE! 1t% KEYSTONE HEIGHTS. 5 Zebco 2)2
REALTY, REALTOR .. .F' ,
'I.. 32 OZ SIZE 8x7" PLASTIC 4-PK. STRIPED 3-PK. TERRY 473 M14 43 Zebco XR 20
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::?.- ICED TEA I" EASEL TYPE 100H COTTON -" WASHCLOTHSDISHCLOTHS 7 : ;\ Zebco 404Johnson
.- GLASSES : PHOTO FRAME ASST. COLORS S) I k : I Spin Cast Real
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$1 $1 8AVC 11% *AXSJ33k REGISTERGAS . .. '
? I 4. v -* .". ..,..,. -: Johnson Spin Cast Sadra '1

weRE.3M-qf cue oss Paics L Ous OIIC sesci WAS Mt' LADIES'KNIT SLACKS IHORT SLEEVE TOPS AND OIL 6J I, ', Compec Spin-Reel, 890 ,

___c __ WEBB 2 7 we!**! 2".3 I 308 S:Thompson i St. 28 .' < .1...;' ,;*\ Fly Reel Blue Fin No*48 .. ..
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10 'Trophy Mark 1 No.
fM4-S88 300()
_94V121% 8AVC40% SAVIr14" _SAVf43% F
] Polyesiar ann elaslle wsMI.slllcfted UfllltVMlQht JOMOI1 fcHteoJors. 7 Level Wind Bait Casting ?!
ASSORTED 18 OZ. 2.15 OZ. ARRID j.ijiA 3 OZ. VICKS crease.Sonda. 10-18, .Ladles'. iIa.s.M.L LPGa. Reel
HEAVY DUTY LISTERINEANTISEPTIC % EXTRA DRY FORMULA 44 Fuel 011LubricatinlOl1a 46 Cards ((2 piece? Side Cutter Pllers-6 par : .
BIKE LOCKS LIGHT POWDER COUGH MIXTURE] _SAVE_ _15_% card t
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SI 1 lOftY IIXIMI I .1 01 SAVE.ON DECK UOHTLVnWUZO. SHOES Wholesale-Warehouse 31 Cards ((3 piece) card Needle Nose Pllers-6 per ,:,

WEPEJJf' WASZ.T LL WAS..Me'SA WAS hP 68 Cards ((26 piece) Day Fllet-12 1
_ _ _ _ _ _ lu-sal for Lucky per I J.
Tire.T1Ibei. cardOyster
Vir 24" _SAVE_ 14_" 38 Cards ((18 piece) Knife, 4"blade, 12 I
_____________________________ Sturdy and carves arch upoara Mmosdis BattcrteaMODItE per card .1.
: ; 3-PK. TENNIS TIRES IN aupporta. ,
::; BALLS MADE 'e SIZES' TO FIT Men s 7-ia woman'a Ho. '3Cards(1iete1( "' '? ", Oyster Knifa,*: Wad*,24. ,- j
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i I p. y, A. I IN ENGLAND MOST BIKES ," per card "

; % J : 2i$3 2 $5'WI"I HOMISCRVtCE 3 Card' ', ,8 Filet par Knife card In,leather F caae'I

2Cars(5pi.c.F.( ) : t Filet Knife In plastic'
$ _WIRIIf _! PptiS fl per card ,
'. 8AVC23* 2' Cases ((40 doz./case). Needle. Noa* Pliers '

: j .AW 1'" SAn! *>% .*..".50". G.E. ELECTRIC _.An_12"_ "'W 1nI.. 100 AMI'* F r'F I

GAL PVA House PAINT 2-QAL. EAGLE CHLORINE 10O%VINYL LARM CLOCK, ThOM AHDAL8 .
$ TATAMI
_I' )GARDEN HOSE 1 YR I. GUAR. MEN'S CASUAL S TEP-IN A* the property of the offer for tale. and sell to :.

; ,2i.7 2.00 :. *3 7.OO r23 y ir4UU above named defendants the highest bidder for i
I and that on Monday, the cash In hand, the above ;,
Mertor/aHterlor. Infix tonm.... *.* CsgHya lop quality liquid pool WAOJMTMAVmiM Trloot-aned vinyl. uroers, Welit Veted S'sngt..straw.. wa 1ste.. 6th day of November, described property of Mid ,
I *.*M M hour.In wort _ki Iwo 1-oeaan l No.. WAIl... dart;Cream 7.13. ai9 _. "
-& 1978 .1.-00: or dock P.M. defendants to satisfy the '. J
)! 'MId day on the aforesaid Execution.
: _ _ _ 312 teg. I KlngsjiOO'I' Pal.sSTARIE on miMe of the Bradford pre- Doiph E. Reddish F ,
VUMADISONST.CICAREUEPRICES! MHi.K IHBS 4aH 33 S 5 Sheriff "
. _ _ $558 $5025g TA* County: JaUyard, I win Bradford County Florid /. jI!
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Thursday I Teeaday,noon"before preceding public|I I 00"0 Bradford Crninty AdiIj I :.il.-.c .It. : :

,11011. UTS HONDA CB: US Lair ., ... ". . ..I 1 :

{Minimum, charge 12." | "...... ......* ........... ___. ._ ._ THIS IS TO /1rwIlkOLfl
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1078 FORD .
COURIER MOSILC HOMES: ,
,tilt phone or when" copy Il'\l"Jtt' ',,,' ,t,:,"'"'.I':'!1: I' ..... atop II.... WBW ...? Bay direct Why fratoatecy. pepa. WILL BABYSIT.. mydaye. .... YARD SALEi Salardav.Oct. -' ,-, -.-_... __c. .. I PHONE U4-777* '

lit net typed and .,..,.h'l' ... 0.1, 8388. (BRAND NEW). (... Large aatMtlae of Peace. .raaeheebre.Phaa SS. IS sass ealk : i ": TEMPLE
Ife the of Uce. ?30 t4.l4ltwMaa. STARKK: ....w. 10 M Ilpd ,....... .. ...... Jteb. .. llilll t ) miOfN. FLORIDA

e.i -..amnrmiinMniii BEAUTIFULLY 'U a. -..---. -- HOME CENTER. US 301Nartk. n-l. I
NISHED BR .,..... ---- .0 ... ..... --- ---- ------- I Florida I* growing tatter Mian the nailer. I
eM *. Ills PI1 roit8UPCRCAB ta 1 te S8aad ---- HAMSTERS. ,---. l's..se.lee 0.. ._ ..... .. J
,, Carpal, ...... aB tile bathrlly ......r .... ..y. ,.... f...-.7.. LAWN CLEANING. tad ....,.. twawatarara. Bradford County. I* experiencing a iteedy growth :

..... ..... ... Crab> O-Matla Air P.811 ..,...._ BED WORK. .aUaaaaablaretea. Pbeaa 'II"'(''. WE BUY PINE PULP. too. We are proud of our city and county and have :

CATFISHbrifyeerewewe llghla. private paved) .-.... Ra4k.l. WSW .*... LOCK: : HOME wb 3 Bed Pbaaa ... ..... I.... hipd. WOOl) AND SAW-LOG to much to be thankful for. People. come Into my ,

,...1... Ideal tor aaaplee.rejal stead mew ....... Bo4.' 00.W77 '...I......., with IS aereeal -I( BTUMPAGE-; laforaia- office from all ever the. country wanting move .. I
"' or ralbad ........ --- .laad. c:...... CHA.Pkaae WE BUY PINE palpwaadaad GARAGE SALEl Saturday U... ...,... II....... a "cl..,,", email town Such at Star". It ...* been I

.N....ww... ar .... Ci. FORrEXPLORERLWB 78144T7. Ins ../..... aawUg. ......**. Far 8 ,.. ..... L..... .... .... Tbabar c.. P.O. Baa 1212. my privilege and .....ur. t* tell them abetit eurchurche to
Oreb-6d. ...... .t hteattoe. ....re_ leleraietleai ...u.. Lake City. Flo.. 32055.
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.. .... V4I datkea, .. ... Magaavaaataraa. .
.101 Pl *. eur "aeatont", our beautiful lake and
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..... Caleb ... .... PbeMi 1 404-752-121
year .wa. TFchlagbM.. Air AM ..."". Mm.. .... TWO-FAMILY HOUSE Sawaaaaa Timber' Caaipaiy, SR 16 Waat 4 14 10X62lpd our productive people..
11.1.CooD .
... TWO alaaa to ....,....*. lOOtlo P.o. Baa 1111. Lake City. .Baa fraea Slarke. Fava'aBeaaly Thete "out-ef-townert" '
are looking at Florida
(N. lira "1'1.) Or hey TWO EFPICIENCV fu ilL Law .... ..,...t. Flaclda 1111I. ....-"..12'1.' S..... Abe. XauadaaaratkMia
he. .10114, ... ... 1046 2tpd ..". ..... P" CE8p"ii'D' tar real such..* an Ideal hedge against Inflation. NetS
APARTMENTS AMBASSADOR ; 0.... fI....... Pkeaa M4son. t., .,
AH da, S.....,. 0... Illltlec laeladad with Air DR.43.0Oe .!II.ONLY ,.. pavpklaa. while. they. .... ..ltl.. ...... II ...... bad Idea for the native either, It lit
8U' P-St1 .
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Safer
is. SfR MS W..&. .. .. : CUM CREEK KENNCLraardbiaad ..L ltpd.GARAGE. age I. 1/4 paid ar as...
t&O ......... .. ... 11X00. f.. '1410. MOBILE .
Lewtey. Lather ... .. ..... 128.0001 ... Uea.aaapb gTa..ki,. sew HOME INFLATION FIGHTERS
.110. after ---------
HIUIaN .... ...... 78. a.ai. 106 11-2. II 1953 IN. >tey| I........ a... apae far -....... ,..... SALE Saturday, SALES M40 Opee 7
1754 ar 7814001. .:. Xtehg TERNATIONAL ...ea.ditw&ilp.ylurbetl.3petiss. 184-6121. I.... ...,. w..kly.. tl/..... .
It yd 1/S tee 10/lt 10/M. Oct. 28. t .... to 8 p... COUNTRY CLUB ESTATES-$4 .905 3 years old.
THREE BEDROOM Habile pMl.... HD ...r." ... aM with ......... HaeaebaU IS.... clathlu.ale. WAN TE iiM.i' ; ha.'a appro 2/1 acre. 1500 .q. ft.. fireplace 2 car
-- HOMO large. apaclaeae tn.......... (300. .... (Make with '.Q pMaaater. vacuum
_... G...... mm**. NO H44015, llpd Jl'. Pkyyard. for ...... kttorlaraiiarlannvadeHaf. Sad paved read a* right. OLIN'S MOBILE HOME ..
PETS.N. ... ...... to-email. ----- r.., t-alary .1.,...... boeaawatblui 1310 Seertag St. Itpd.IS SALES ...-.IIIJfI. 0... 7 patio.CYPRESS .
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.....,... N. atDIUearar- ItM CHEVy: Hall t. pkk.Sp -. Mack much ._. c... by. ... palatlag. Sp.tlalrelictar. days a week '"..... HUNTING LODGE With electricity m ..
V/ell Drilling ......, Depoalt .......... too.PbaM ... wo M ..........". W.. .. far aealarelUieoa. --------- plumbing on one acre In .Lake Butler GameManagement
..................... ,.... T824279. Itakg. reaa verf aaad. ,8M.OOO. N. ........... after Free .1&1...... '1'. COBUi 80 HP ..- ------------- area. .
554591. Itahc.1M8 .,....... Used .".....,. ....104" 61 altar 8 ,.... .........t..... beat aadtraSar WANT TO TRADE Lowry COUNTRY LIVING Eleven and one half acre In ;

2" Thru 8" THREE BEDROOM hath, -- Pbeaa_ .644<.... It.It.. far ......" .Uta.... aa.pl to wilt. ...... TG-44 Electraalc 0'.... far pasture with a nice home on Brewnlee Rd.
.. Used ........... .
MUSTANG. MOea. PbaM
attached garage Uehnlahad. AT ..... .. equal ...1... P"..
Fast Rotary 200. let ... bat In. Used aae........ AC. A GREAT BUY AT ".a00. : ,0 / 4734113. 1048 2 led 114. 964-7941 alter 9 ... EASILY HEATED COOLED 840.00 average
...t.. .....1.' depealt, as's ........ ........ 81.00 ........ ..... ..* batb beaiaaa. : -- -- Xlpd 1016.WANTED. 10/19 utility bill. 312 Redgrave a wonderful house for a
Drilling Equipment ..... 96441287, TF..kg.ONTlUNGSLEY .le.. MM. ..... ...."M, .... la city N..... aaaiarepahc. : 'ro t: Al'f; YARD SALE S......,, t __ ---- large family. Owner financed.

STATE LICENSED altar 4 .... 1Mb* a great lave...atfar ., .... tel p." ...u..r chair. Maid ... 401 PINEWOOO DRV. Thlt I* one that you will

....................... LAKEi -- reataL PbaM Pal, t.... .... other .......re. H.._ "hu... 7.JO .... to 5 have to tee to believe. The room are large and
,........ see aid two ID HTI DODGE I aaat atallMwaaa. 101I1.or 371-1748. 10Jt Ilpd I SEVERAL ITEMS lidS bald hose Havptoe Lake. p-.., Muday thru Friday. greet for entertaining.

Pumpa _te.... Lights ead. water AC beat, radio. I Home. eefarebked. ... ..... P..... 468-1056. Pbem. 431-135 .altor p... ORANGE A WESTMORELAND .Large lot. neat

...................... .......... November I to heat bushel. aaata, ,.... ...11...... Hee AC htpd. 10/19 2tpd 10125.LiIIiiinC. home 114.500.COMMERCIAL".

..... I. Na ..te. ...... 533- t.4-M.T. H.hg.PONTIAC wtl1TI1rI1I1tIh: ; ..._ sell eaada ....... 511: W. Madison Income 8200.
Now & usedS&sePartsServics 2518. lOon I.... 114. ... (5000 .... Bbwh. ...,1LR ATTENTION RIDING mo. houte 4 apt.
CATALINAt I suite, eawh sad chair. .
CLUBS I. .. feat
1IT3 AC. AM-FM Radio. .... atrapawltb 31S N. ST. CLAIR BR good location priced
I 50. E._ deah sad .
belle.PhaM
ONE ACRE LOT far ......, gaad ........., balaw, kwekrice. HAVE A HIGHLY cheer., (200 I _...... tukmaad Ihbty M4-48N.ablgb right.

E-Z TermsPlumblntg or.Hoe doable treat. wide._........ Fear ............7I17.1te..'. PROFITABLE sad boaatlralleae : ...... (7> each .... S Itpd. COMMERCIAL ON CALL ST. Several excellent

...................... ... .. ...."1171.Gardenarea. llebg. VW *hao>the..bteet.year to ,.ewe.Paatartag ..*.. I tier. Illleg. ...1.... t5(. LOVE SEAT AND lots residential lots near the Country Club.
DUNE BUGGY Rail I blaak cad wall lola. W. PRATT
SylvaaJa. ,
liy.no attractive 3 BR with
I her. .. 40 .... 10O or .... demise ... ...,t....... ,_.... TV 825. Rockwell CHAIRS reiaa .......AetbjM... C.. be dialog Pearson extra '
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...................... KITCHENETTES. peel. TV, AC. ..ald.I BRapt. .". .. PbaM 78MSOO Rkky.itpd. (13,500.,.St.ry t.eiudeeh.gI.Si.q, ...t.... aaatratabg. I,10 Molfeldlag** table.. ., (50... (200.....I. (645946. sets. PhaM. .....7741.aaaeSaturday. REALTOR: WELDON ST. 4 LOTS U.OOO. Owner financed.

New Installation ......... Totally ............ Tee may have year I I.... ,Saturday. Itpd. 301 STORE APT. HOUSE A GARAGE 827,500 ,
Weekly, ...'.1, ralaa. MUSTANG MACH I .H73. store epee hi .. Mule ee II BRANCh OFFICE next to New Method Cleanert.

Temple Metal. 886 N. ....II..t ......U... Pear ..,.. Call aaythn for Mr.Dlckiea. GARAGE SALEi UoTdlarailtara IN3II NORTH 101 LAWTEYFormerly pert *f a motel. Could be

Remodeling Repairsurrance Temple. Bte,... PhaM (.... t..... rim*. S51 ...... 31(4984288SERVICES ltpd. I HAYl .Argeetlea.. 41.40t i iCaaatejl sofa .... 50. Twe LAWTKY.FlORiriA7H2: apt. or office 814,000.
7357. 10-26 4tpd ...1.. 818SO. ...... ft449t.. 1 t ........ 61 JO p.r ,......., 850 each, twaMalted 3K06Lavely OUT OF TOWN Large frame home on I acre -
ltcb.. PRSoNAt :bale ...... 473-4087. 10/1 < chain. *25 _... 814,000. Owner financed.
TWO BEDROOM I .2tchg 10/26. !M.., Miter ferrIte liana.Salarday 1 ar 4 BR 1 1/2 .
central beat. .... sir Iraler. JEEP CJ5 1.11. 4 aew I : ll-LtM _.... .. I B .. 8 .... bath. Sleek hone .. 2sen. 811.750s NEWLY PAINTED FRAME '24 Lake St.
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.. ....... ... ...... Call bolero atBlty IliiO.after .llter, Urea, ataal top ,'Hanptoa' SR 16. 4681049.Itpd. ... CHAA. ..., Owner financed.
loa.... aaata, ..U.-. de( I FOUR SPEAKERS 75 aatraa. 150,000 awaarIbuaead. OCALA BLOCK 416 LAKE ST. Comfortable
PUMPS SUPPLY 5 f.m. PhaM 964-7047. ...., baib ...... tow "'. BULLDOZER WORK, .watte each, 1 ,... eU.. home which' feature greenhouse 827,500. Owner
ltpd.EFFICIENCY ready .. (. ..*...... 88OO. 'Small ,deaer, taedcbarteg I Receiver,, Weeds 40 RMS. ----- financed.
COMPANY 1"... .. aad. .....11... ..... Jimmy, I Hka Pbeaa' 431-I5IO YARD SALE October 30. '
..7191 ar caa be BOW. 4 BR. 2 Bath. |Brlek| DUPLEX 811,500 .Lake St. A Rd. .U. Owner
31. November
and ........ sees ..... ,.... Tboal. :Martla. 964423O.--tl/tbg after 5 .p.... ...u,. : .... I, Si (20 CHAA BIRO ",. S acrae. financed.

884 N. Temple Ave. U8-301....... 31/9 Uad.rweed.11.. Narth Motel. ,.....111... US 301 North. 10482tpd GENERAL-F.-ARrENTRY 4tekg Woekaede 1028FENCINGi ..,&1... 10/5 \Watch r. far Slreel...... Ilpd S...... 647.100. 7000 FT. WAREHOUSE Across Cadillac

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Stark.. Fla. ll/cbg. ......, ,...... alterettea. r..., Breeder. 1 Uniform on E. BROWNLEE.Owner financed.
._ __ .. .. .. .. ,. HUNTERS SPECIAL buiSP5,4 STORE A LIVING QUARTERS LAWTEY
u W.. Up. A., .... ckalaHak ....... ....... egg raaal
FOR RENT. Office ,apaee. ....... ph.. .. 1Ia4- 01I4. lOIS barb wire. Travel T.I.... (800. A Bring .......n. Call far 810,000. Owner financed. .
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964-7061 .located ......_. K..te.... .El ,WA.MtEo; ../.... .. Fr. ......tortad ,. -. Fully e.......... PbeM altarS mere .....0.. I

J.... eU L....... Blvd., sad o M..... Peace C,., 47J4822. ..... 964-6682. Itpd. ..--- SEE US FOR VA A FHA FINANCING
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1Hu, .......r. Call 4734907waekdaya HOME REMODEURI 10/12 4lpd 11/2 I BR ....11"1.. new
,9 ....-. p... Ask CORRECTIONAL OFFICER It', le the home, we .. ItrPlemblag. AMPLIFIER Colter.IraMlarBer .._.. washer A dryer TERWILLEGAR REALTY IS READY
Wit'isJ1LDDZ1N9 far Mr. W........ tla.... It Career with. electrical ; ha.,,, G.I.. 13000. Will caaaldertraBer WHEN YOU ARE I
REGISTERED ..
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preaaetMBal ... .. *
a.peetaalU. reefing, room .1110. a reaeeMbla ..Ie..Sea Mr. Ed aa trade.
PALMS APARTMENTS -'a, triage ......It.. 40 hr. Gaad ..... at a reaaeeabm cjaartorherae. ......... ferrace R.....Rt 2. Boa 70J. Stark. -- --

Work Efflcleeclee. ....1..... work week, hilt ...rIt.E. prlc.l ,.......... Pit... ..... aod *._. Shred by Jet-. ...... 4 1/2 u... planted Lucille Conner Spry Associate M4-K10
*Bulldozer .-.... I III ....
Weekly ar ..&10..1113. N. ...... ....." (330.4O bi 8087. lO/t 4tchg 10/20 yeara Fer pasture, ea graded read.MJ30. .
iaf.. Cal: ....
Large or Small Temple Ave., Stark. weekly. VA-O/T appraved.Edocatbeal era .7I2e. .
COUCH: AND CHAIR I. stilt 12 1/2 pt ....
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Land Fill .0. B. .... .. 4 acres A ap with .largeoake. TftaoeaotaoooFURNITURE
TANK SERVICE BradfardreoUoatml lereelad ..... 9645400.lie .
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EFFICIENCIES ... u.s.etiliea. ever 18 yrs. .., & Alias Taylor an U8-3O1 Lsst.y.dl lIut'SI'I :
By ... ...... 840.Cammirelal .
*PondsWILBUR or ...tb. S...... Metal goad .h'..... heath, Ugh : .aid. L.....'. ...... 782-3172 kg.FIREWOODi water.".II.b''.."..000I
...... ladaetrlal. ...... altar S ... j REFINISHING C-.LKAMM: : 1l I :
US30I North. Uader diploma ar.1' GED.Appllcaata raaytlma per ..,., 12 p.l WATERSwwrfffvf'r BOW f.." ... ..... ... .. 8648121. I!
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t i n It"". ''>< "' .".'.I. ."*" 10 eeeimil eOfce. FU..' Stale ....U L Ha .fr j f ( haul M laag IraekTphoM bea .pbkap.for .. .. M3I.Atrfl"1ftr;!; 'SOI ... :- F.;, : :..". l:; .1 PEIIi": ; l _. ,.....
> P'I..., : 8R-16.1 Weak I ,,f =:: 530 faB 46826X4. i.r.s.Cemkrt.bls --
660 w. Madlon SI. 8laMeor sitiN (56.500
Bte..... ..... (11041) 9648125 PAINTINOl Fe.tj, llOCK'BUhLblNiTZ., 10-26 3lchg. II-O. Saaiblaa AcraaMae.
nt-un HOUSECLEANING aalaaibai. 417. Write' ...-.&., eervlte. .s.. R.", al ._.,.te. 2400 ... .ft., US ,--alder-- I.... Frl. ,\11" )i11l1(1I' il"r

,.0. ... 747 Starka, 1'''. W.tde Flea Market Friday; 301 ... 0R 228.' Zoaod WATERLESSCOOK-: h..., P ,.... I bath" 8 .....- 4i30 .... HIHIHP 1:11.11.:
S... B..... 111.... TF-
12091. Altaetwat Poneaael ', ', _...."1 I.&.Iaa.n llousr
pecan
Office. A. Equal Oppertoelty chg.RARLANDCLEARINGt. Bas S79. Ste..... tlhg.RAHi'HAY ._1. HOMO ..... ...tel mobile ....... 1 Mil Ph7e7l ....,," I ::11I.111.1111.: ,,,

PANELING iII SPECIALAny Employer. 10/5 type, aUII to ha.. Saggeeledprbe .p... Appreifanately ","11' I IIllh.1"hlh'lIu"'II'I".U..,
iuhg 11/9 Argoolba.. "119. WU sell tar t85. ... 3CPOOOOOOCItalpli
(400 teems 6acrea. \ '
CENTER j Deiar ...... large sad sasH klahly ........... PkeM 96460)1. P.... Nowbarry. 472-2933. (65.00U. Inore ae.laadavalhblel ,.
Pkaaa 468-2628. 8/17 U.NIIII. \\ lilt-s
Single Story lobe. 10-19 .. 19.9.3'Ibli
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CETA POSITION Lakerer- ...V...... Ifcbg.wTtToiTai Broker ._....
11 Paneling Molding I I house $ ." ...I.t....... Meet b* Brjan IH
Two Story Home HOUSE OF M |i.rt.urr uiulthrinitiil
Bradford reddest eaemployed ..... read
SEWING MACHINES
30 aa graded ,
11 Kitchen Cabinets 39.95 to..." IS oat el .but 20 VACUUMS M.., breeds Kful Estate fitlining 1
REPAIREDi All make.deaawd.
11 I NonlIIperMobll.llom" w.... Apply at 1'.. State aew ......*. Uaadacknce 140.000. gsnsrutilr.tI. ... rcimitcniililrvi
Counter Tops .. ailed.. sad ..J...... WORMS FOB SALE
II9.9S Employmeat Servba |I.... $7. Work ...........1.... .....hl.. ..... R.......... 3 BR. S bath. 11I7 .T..pl.I.. l>ux$ ", fUtlns.fir. .
[ I vanities II Double Wldet 129.95 _.....*.1.) Itc... .,...U....career of M...... ... acceeeerle far all Wielsisle' It..11. '''.., CH/A .. 10 ..n.. Ste.". Fla. .
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.te. 404 N.W 904 87MIll74i '
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AIrless Miaht C "' fenced with 9 varletleafraU ( IlllClllUt'! !iMil-KIM.I
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--- Read Hwy 16.tf/chg. :
FREE j ; 10th A..... Galaeavllla,
This Is and LPNt 3-11 ....t, fall d... emtBiltwermNeOrCerTeetmall tress pine ptcaaa.Alee Canal lot I.IK *", tiller l p.m.Classified.
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pretiure "- ------- ...... 376-7110. lfehg.SiGNPAINTING .
I 2 BR rectal ......
I I ESTIMATES chemical cleaning Ste... N...... H. meph. REMODELING / I'.. NH XI li; .01.II
guaranteed to remove .... ......1.. It.... ISO ... ....1... sew -:" West, (53j6 0. Termt.DAV.r .oanly. Mobil l I.. i'aD ,

VAUGHN-JOHNSON.! mildew bugs, stains .Iu..... bathe. family. ...-.&., ....1...See Rudy StWald. 0..._a.... :\ Ka: MF.KKrADS: : : hooke-up* Ads
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Brick, Week W50.IIqtortVevrOwsPsrm.
SECRETARY.BOOKKEEPER name. eaa Flee M...... Friday. Ph.. 12.3HOO
co. net*. Fireplace. ........te. 1 lOOTt 20 Ralford
etc.Call withHevolag 81.Baa., M..... TPpchg Mm Get
i i Collect: 984-S96I ......... typlagakll Grille. C............, .It... Results

S. Thompson after(,.m. *.....tI.L Ability la eel 473-2108 ar 473-2578. ,CHAIN11LINK' -FENCE W. will "' ....... r*.. Iwniiia .. 100 i 400 ;;:: prim .

Con Cola Plant .p .... beep doable eatry Tr/.... alarbl. Da .It yatireelf cad. ua our ewa _.. commercial' 301 North.
1340 St'l ...'..1 ......*. High wheel. -i-- us.., INatallatiee available.. -- ---- -- -- /.1 tI.h.llRt.1IdrI'Y!

BRASINGTONCadUUeOldamoMIe ......... ar ....1..1.... ALCOHOLICS ANON"YMOUSi ]1'... ,......te.. HaadyMaa CellOeierMltHICrawford's. lalJi FIve la 50 ...... N. I
(6.073.60 .....U,. Seed P.... 864484 er. ]Peace Ce, (....IIUIl. (110TFchg. 4.I.ltKt. HOBfnrs.JK, .f L.....,. |I' "' .U.'I.) '
...... tot I.w..... RiverEcoaemle 164-6582. tf/hg.REMODELING. _. : Keg Kril K.I.I.: Hroli.rPhon. --- 'mtI
SalesaVServiM C...... I..., P.O. Worm Farm tW-l-1HM loll 211 ..... ... .8R
BLUEBERRY Of Used '.*70.Live Oak. ..... 32060.A ..d .... '']PATIO covFaii 10.20, $*t0rlT.mple ,t.,. brink B,....,. : : ,,:; %. TentltSt.rkr -
fun Sebctitm a Equal Oppartaalty ,..." wark at all typec. i 8179 .......... Limited HI. i. a.. Ia.L. -- Horlda
Cart Taken OnCadtUatTrodct Emplo,... C....... Dalai 10. New ...... .... .... &... I,su.pi v. GATOR .",..", ft. J3BPiece 1022. 2 acre lois aft CrUfli 'I'.ul H. lsulkaer '

PLANTS 31-78....1t4. Pbaae. Walt. 468-2628J/1 ,ALUMINUM 4620 N.W. "_. 52.3l5e Loop.103li. Keeker

2001 N.W/1337&4301 SARAH COVENTRY TF...... 'L' :13th St., G.I..."..... ...... .,_ --- !16454,43AI7IKTTF .
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veur lest
Tlfblue In 1'7. 7/8 ../.... Five ac.... SR-230,
And Woodard GAINESVILLE F...... dlreetara. N. .. i :'ti SAW SHOP Cam I';! VMK, ltch.
Hundred Or Thousand .......t. ............1.. Car: aervlce| -- ,.... I'''' H.* ---- Apprea. Ifau.
ikarpeemg 1051 and I068i Lots 5151-
... ...... Call sew ursula pleta heed, aarblde, I,HAYl I G...., ....U" highly. 3 BR Brick.. I bath. 2 R. 100 230. B...... Rd. .. of heaullful pastureland
| Lots. Also The New And MILLER'S PAINT ........ 411-1414. 10/18 ...., ..w., blade. hollow I fertilised, Reload S".".. [)R, garage. and several pecan
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Ztcbg 10/26. ..... sad. ... ....... Leave I 1" ..."..5. 10/12 4lpd tress, Nicely' landecaped.
Early Sharpblua And j I053i 0. acre' 'lot. all
1 FkatkTlR aRK home,
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ft BODY SHOP IJJSUMMER'S ov ly can
at 1..._ Building Supply, .- I BR. FR book-ape alt 301 North.I056i .
.,.111 t A. Barns
Florida Blue Which Ave. Stoitia or Kayetaa Height.. Id I END CLOSE. fireplace la ,_.. .. carpel.
1534) S. Tempi* ClassifiedAds ho.....
Ripen In Early May. Starke /.... I IfOMMYV OUT[ AU ....... .........., [BTHOMASREALTY -- StaVcr'a.. G.I... Rd. and utility .

GetResults ____ I,re........ Qaaallty. ...,.,. 3BR. batk LR. FR, pool - -
Prices Very Reasonable *FREE ESTIMATES LANOCLEAR. I!10....... D.....'. G...... fenced yard. Saratoga Ilia, 1057t 0. acre cod 3 BR Cute .2 BH Good house location.Completely
*ALL WORK INOr Complete belldeaer. I Ceater SR 100. midway - frame. all M.,... Rd. I furnish.d.5Ioni .
3 BR.2 balh. family ream, <<
work. Phase 864-5734. 8/14 I bet's... Slariie cad Key --<

Elliott/ Hartmann w24Hfl GUARANTEED WRECKER It/c.... I It_. 10/.. 2tckg. 1020.l 6Z1 8te.:North.... f'I..lcIa l H alnt n.UOBI(644I4J _At._. SR-16..large kltchca. .. one acre 1060: 3 BR,.blc"ck. .-Lawtey. ": ".&00.011.miss this el .

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Nursery SERVICE ,' .. ItrsIiiiitI l IClIl>. ,.,....,'.A J.Th.... 3 BR I-bath- -frame- 2R. Stereo 1062 5 Rd.scres.4 BR. heat Lakefront" home-Three';.

964-8988 1. R.al E.I.IC FR. 4 ..,.. 301-N. BR. 1 ball, concrete -
Eartton Fla. Phone I O...r Says $.I1h Fazi M3N.Tcaipl.Ave.Mlarke. - -- black cen. H & A. Guesthouse
Monday-Friday I 10641 29 unit motel, 301 chain
Ph: 488-1426 .11. Fear bedroom twa bath One 20 acre tract verynaionable. : and link
8am to 6 p m. 0*4f $M5.500; (647700 I tame. 1025 W. Madleoa. St. .Just elf SR-I'. North.1065i fence. Only 135,90000.
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i1kigse4tatt.buiI4e. I i Heady mae ......1. 401 - 3 .. ... 35R1mm House 1 la; lawn on 3 lota.;
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3 Br Home With 'i Acre On ye. ...-.. ..'. tllee Rd. t.. UlCl:r K 11(11 Kr<.. JK. Rd. Vary neat convenient
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1ZiiIovorn ----- Ke., H.'t' -.l.l. HrukrrI'hunr Blirbwcb.'pratt location, fenced.Can't .
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Griffis Loop 3I.Rm.hsuse.b.r.asd taa. -r.... BR frame ..... oe Wl,7MJH St. '
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la,,eovatrv. lee acre near city, lll'r.: ".lu iv A.:M. 1067 63 beat this b'uyl i
acres Improvedpeetare
Lawrence BLvd. -- ---- Three BR 1 B..h.n lot In
4733254INCOME See Gil Nelson Real EstateRd. -.I rkree .bed...., twe bath, Crawlacd Rd. town fer 316.200.00.
48 aa. farm, with ..... b ....nl heat. and ah. 1308 -- Owner financing.sRooKERTbr.e.
alee. ....... .. cecil,, I069i 6 an.."aad 4 BR .
100 S. Or Call/ 8(34-6107 I Pratt St. STABIlE 3 BR. 2 bail. frame, Hamptea.I070i '
"- HAA brick heme is r"... BJ i
PROPERTY Alter Hours 064-5758 Raearad.l story home I.S a7ree7" 8R-32S. Height. Built for eaergyaavtaia. -- -- Bath concrete block. ,

3-1 frame bema aside city Umlta. ......r let with ..... .'... ealetlagVA mtg. I I Hamptee, .....r llaaacmg.9aa t.<00 .. .... It Ckib. 3 .a brick. C..r" 'fenced back yard
---- Bread. aawlSTARKEi Workshop Hah ...... Delis far 150.00 per meat* -' -
Lat .I. Bedford dk7,.901 acre hem. .1&... SR. .. --- LeraldeTeblle .
X 325 Lake ...**. I I 100 W.... aw ear ,........ rareel H......, 1072 home KEY! STONE -Double.
ACREAGE
) cleared Ivri RA it""li .-' 4 ----- "' _gal hiavOy weeded ell 8R-I6. wide. Mobile, home
Lake partial large
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acne Bear Hamptae -- --
....... available.I Garage1. apt. aa large I 1 10 acre pa.tara, seer city lets high sad dry paved Available Immediately.
place A .. .. 0... kt ...... walklagdleUaca. .. I Imlta.' OH 8R-I6 Eaat.WemaaagTReekJoatial. .._..' baUd year awe .I071t 26 as... mobile .
home .
I to taw a.Owaar bane. er yew may like ana ee private lake, ORANGE LAKE-Nlce: 8

NEW BRICK HOME. :i We Have Lots !in: 'All Parts Of : : 1 A I" ..,.. Call for detail Graadla.. BR. bath with your owe
311. 1Z38 cq. It. aarpeted. ceatral H/A. ,' .. .t f., .slIiig for I'_..""1 ........... ..*..-,... ----- orange tree*.
_1Id1... 0. year ...r.." all ler MJtQOM. health ........ Metol.with ----- 3 BR. 2 heel eblla ._. M.., of these ...... are i,
Bradford And Clay Counties' _... ... "
1 ; tinge Bvlag. ( fI. .. at rst.eis's. North'Th'reabodroi
II quarters .... ....' F. 0.1...Th.... ae lake 8.700. er t... meet. lendlag 11WY .301. ...
120 ACRES WITH HOUSE I R. II... f't.1I..r: .. wIth( 200'frontage.
come, null .
leetitatleea
[improved ".''''. ...... aad craaa ....... large .... I Call.AffsrabIi .' '..... very v KEYSTO.VtT 7 7ere letta's. .
tree Ideal r.tln.et leveitmeal C.... I.. priced. leI I I paymeal.Pkea. Office H44ltt ay t......Start (2,995 EveajlegatRalph '

I cell. 11..1 : "H7no'> I -- (299 .. -., .30......, P. Bry'sHash. ., We have ell type* of
\ .....P.001...GRt( 1:....... ... [B property. Call us u.daytAs.e.laie.

A TOUCH OP NEW ENGLAND .1 a... R..I F..tat. 5342210fitevc A..ATR"Y.ROKER 864-6208 . . . .. \ ,;

I Orkrmal. Cape Cad V.r........ 4500*. ft. el Bvhg. apace 471-ltl. Broker ._.ACVM < ,I" KeyMoM Helghla.Fla. ,Wayne E.Deegiao "
lee? of .. ..... ...... Moot see ta appceclate Ibis. :. .. M4 5474, 4pcartAadrewi AShOCtATE! Olflca He.. Aeooemle I.... L........... ". :'
laatbeetla _.'" ._.. Pleat. ftoara hrlch dear t.khteh. fIIi..... 4734661... J732039MarihallDeaaideee 8644183DaldDyal .:...1.,. .6450a9T '

.... throe ,Ir........ (eaa ....1.. ....,w. ..ta kit.eh..l. A Locally Owned Company = A.MeUta V64-7739 C".e...551551Herald %.... :\1.'t.t. .......-

I .Marble. topped amha.. brace lech ea aaterlar.- ......( ,", S..._.. A ... -..N44l11.dei4ee

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CHURCH ACTIVITIES ascohoHtess and 13 : T' I, Novt,'!Cbl 1tefl wltb., ,.'-o/wtMn. Meta uyai and MM .Ethel!:
Mrs. Wilma Wainwright called the LIW'fJy; l#.tl I T1leUAY. .: pH'th.., 6Ia'rb* of Panama City wieYt Wednesday
CHURCH OF GOD Sunday School : of Mrs.
meeting to order Mrs. Frank COBS \," butter; milk. cupper guests Dyal'sson
10 a.m.i'ra Worship Services 11 a.m. and !gave the devotional. After a brief '' Ellz.bethTern FRIDAY. Nov. >i, Hamburger on and daughter-in-law Mr. and
6 p.m. Friday Wednesday 7 business meeting the program was '''i by\ Phone 78N3 ,**"' -, : ,\ '"., butt:) Custard, ketchup lettuce Mrs Leo Dyal and Leonetto.
p.m. YPE at 7 p.m. also given by Mrs. Coss. The title was ...t i.,;: I"I, toml tot t,lckle .. Plckln' Mrs. Lucille T. Ivey visited her
EVERGREEN BAPTIST: Sunday "Women, Jesus and the Gospel 'fly Iti.. cake, milk. daughter Mrs. Wyolene Day and
School 10 a.m.. Worship Services 11 Message,'' from the book Women of ,; : ; : ) grandson Keith of Jacksonville for
and Union 6 :*\ .
a.m. 7 p m? Training the Bible. She broughtout Florida Air Na *' ; VVKEN CARNIVAL two ",eeu.
pm. Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7 that there were also women International Alrprtrt presented this Jax Saturday Oct. 28, from S p.m.. to I 9 PERSONALS Miss Catherine Young of Lakeland
p.m. disciples. Every woman in the Gospel play at Lawtey Klementar!: School p.m.: Smoked or fried fish,, *2 per Friends of Mr. Leo Dyal are happy pent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs.
FAITH BAPTIST Radio Programon had something in common because Thursday, Oct. 19: ., ra.> plate.". to learn that he was able to return' jfittnle Kelly. While here she at-
WPXK Sam, Sunday. Bible School they had contact with Jesus.. She PATRIOTISM Program''Presented Deadline to pick up school Jackets home Tuesday, OcL 17, from Alachua tended the homecoming of Grace
10 a.m., Worship Services 11 a.m. and closed with prayer. The meeting then Film "Ole Glory." History of the Friday. Nov 3. General Hospital, Gainesville after United MeUiortuit Church with them.
6:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednesdayat adjourned after which a delicious United States Flag surgery Rev. and Mr*. Leonard Melton have
6-30 p.m.FIRST luncheon was served by the hostesses.Our Presented U.S. Flag that;Was flown LUNCH MENU Miss Trudy Dowda and T.D. accepted a call to First Baptist
BAPTIST: Sunday School next meeting will be Nov. 7 at the over the U.S. Capitol Sept 21; 1978. Oct.30.Nov.3 Roberts of Miami spent week with Church of Spring Hill and will be
9:4i! a.m. Worship Serviced 11 a.m. church. MSGT William Crouse and Sat.. MONDAY Oct Mi Sloppy Joe his brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and moving from Raiford in the near
and 7:30: p.m., Training Union 6:30: HIGHLAND School 9:45 on Mrs. Roberts and daughter future. We for them.
Sunday : Faye Crouse presented the. ;State of bun later tots, buttered corn, banana Randy are happy
p.m. Prayer Meeting on Wednesday a.m., Worship Services 11 a.m. and 7 Florida Flag.Program l" pudding milk.TUESDAY.. Heather, and other relatives. Among those attending Methodist
at 7:30: p.m. p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday at presented by Captain Oct. Chill '. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Hall and Homecoming were Keefe Harrell.
31i with
Mr. and Mrs. Randall Jordan and 7:30p: .m Reuben Owens beans, saltines cheese daughter, Donna Carter and. IOn daughter Janice, and Mr. Starr pl.
family of Greenvlle, S.C., LAURA BAPTIST) Sunday School Members of the Florida' Air salad, peach pie, milk.WEINESDA toast tossed Terry Hall of Melrose gave a birthday Jacksonville\ Mr Starr is a grandson;
missionaries to Italy, will be with us 10 a.m., Worship Services llam. and National and Color Guard.' Sat.. Y. dinner Sunday honoring their of a former pastor of the Lawtey',,
at the evening service Oct. 29. Mrs. Nov. U father Mr. G.P. Shuford. Those attending Methodist Church), Mr. and Mrs. Jim
7:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday Robert Miller, SGT Phyllis Mike, Sr., mustard ketchup, cole slaw bake ,
and daughter will favor ,
Jordan us
at 7:30 pm.MORGAN. Airman Brenda Yarborough beans were Mr, and Mrs James Burton of Jacksonville Mrs. Helen
with some special mimic. Mr. Jordan ROAD BAPTIST apple crisp, milk. Shuford and family Mr. and Mrs. Masworthy of Whitehouse and Rev.
will bring the message. A special Sunday School 10 am., Worship Shad Starling. Mr. and Mrs; Glen and Mrs. ,Paul Jewett and their
invitation to all to come and hear this Services a.m. and 7 p.m. Training H Shuford and family, Mrs. G.P. mother of Archer. Rev Jewett
man of Gid.GRACE Union 6 pm. Prayer Meeting Wednesday Brooker News Shuford Mrs. Hester Hicks her son- brought the morning message.Mr. .
UNITED METHODIST: and Mrs. Hcrmie Kelly and
at 7 p.m. in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs.
Sunday School 9:43 a.m., Worship JliUltTIISIIf'PTISTI William Wolfe; their son, and Miss Cathrine Young visited Mr.\ Leo
Sunday
PrescoU&
Services II a.m.. and 7:30: p.m., School: 10am., Worship Services 11 By Phone4H5I7URECYCLING Jeanette ,help her hip will heal back to normal. Mr. and Mn. Billy Dyal in Alachua General Hospital
Methodist Youth Fellowship at 6:30: NOTICE daughter-in-law. Gainesville, on Saturday afternoon
a m. and 7 p.m Prayer Meeting ; Mr. and Mrs.
p.m. Sunday night/ Choir Practice on Miss Elizabeth Terry visited her .
Wednesday at 7 .m. VR. Ferguson of Starkeand Mrs.
Wednesday night at 7:15: pm. The SMYRNA IIISSIUNAItYp.p OPERATION Water Customers of Brooker are Margaret Boone of Keystone Heights.SERVICEMEN sister Mrs. C.E. Strickland of :
Church has a nursery! for pre-school Rev. Hershel Markham asked to take note of
TISTi: Sunday School lOa.m., Worship reported he the rules and Gainesville Monday to Wednesday. !
children during Worship Services. will be ready in the very near future to regulations on the back of their water Mrs. Joe Bason visited her mother
Services II and
7 BTS .
Methodist Women met am p.m. 343p : > * * *
United .m. Prayer Meeting on Wednesday put into operation the recycling orpapt'r biffs as these are the guide lines that and aunt Miss Elizabeth Terry, on I
Tuesday, Oct. 17, at the home of Mrs. at 7 p.m. glass, aluminum or as he puts Will be followed with all delinquentwater Monday morning. .
Louise Kemp with Mrs. Millie (Hand It, all your trash that can be recycled' and garbage bills. : : Miss Elizabeth Terry attended
Instead of thrown away. He also said Senior Citizens choir pract Ice with her
& would be * * * **,
Strickland and Wood
-- -- --- the laundry ready for sister Mrs. Mrs

operation soon. LUNCH MENU: Fennell Completes Wester on Tuesday morning at North
SIXTEEN CITY LOTS AF Basic Training Central Baptist Church. Mrs. Westerwas
,
MONDAY: Hamburgers, peaches, their dinner guest that day.
."' lettuce tomato &cuke, corn, bun SAN ANTONIO Airman Joseph N. Mr. and Mrs. Terry Futch: and sons
Over 15,000 Sq. Ft. Each With Water And Sewage PERSONALS milk. Fennell son of Mr. and Mrs. Norris of Jacksonville Beach spent Saturday t
Fennell of has
Lawtey graduated at and of
'' afternoon were supper guests
!Mr. and Mrs. Paul Prescott and TUESDAY: Pizza apple lello w- Lackland AFB, Tex., from Air Force their aunt. Miss Elizabeth Terry,
Within Walking Distance Of All Necessities 'orange juice.. mixed vegetabJea.WEDN .
Johnny visited their Aunt, Mamie .basic training.The Mrs. C.R. Crews spent two weeks
Markham and Sandra In Dixie DAY: Chili w-beans, '/, airman who la remaining at with her son-in-law and daughter,Mr.
BEAUTIFULLY WOODEDALL County near Branford Sunday, Oct. orange, tossed salad, cinnamon roll- Lackland for specialized training In and Mrs Tommy Clayton and son.
13. It was the first time we had seen milk. the security police field, studied the Tom. of Jacksonville. They broughther
16 $54,000 her new trailer It's very nice. I was THURSDAY' Flshwlch, carrot stlx. Air Force mission organization and home Friday afternoon. \
so glad Aunt Mamie was out of the cole slaw french fries, buns .milk customs and received special ,instruction Mrs. O.J. Anders and Miss Ar' I
Call wheel chair and able to walk. The Dr peanut-butter cookies. In human relations. thurine Blanchard visited her sister,
Owner
964-7935 has her on a walker MavbewilhGod's FRIDAY: Lasagna w-chcese: peas, Airman Fennell is a 1978 graduateof Miss Enza Blanchard. at Baker
greek salad, french bread milk. Bradford High School. County Nursing Home at Macclenny

on Tuesday afternoon.
.
''',' and of
Mrs Tom Whaley daughters
Tampa spent the weekend with her
SIX LINCOLN CITY LOTS HOMENOTES and both names are derived from the mother, Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson; her
Greek word for dragon. That's sister Mrs. Daisy Boon, and
Girl Scout Newsby because of its serpentine root formation daughter. Miss Lynn Whaley.Mrs. .
Approx 20,000 Sq. Ft. Each -i I The Slender, pointed leavesare Ronnie Mosley and children of

Carolyn Eaves By dark green in color Maxville Mr. and Mrs. Emory
High Ground with Trees Although Tarragon belongs to the Eunice and Deron of Gainesville, and
Mary Yearta aster family It has an aroma with a Mr. and Mrs. Phil Eunice of Graham

TAKE ALL 6 FOR $6,000 Janet Kimutis and I participated in 964-6280 Ext. 284 hint of anise about It. Americans think were weekend guests of their parents,
something new for Bradford first of Tarragon vinegar or Tarragon Mr. and Mrs. Harold Eunice.Mr. .
County salad dressings but this distinctive and Mrs. Charles Smith and
leaders.
Call Owner Scout: We went to Gainesvilleto
964.7985 the Golfvlew Restaurant to the SEASAME SEED herb Is a delightful seasoning for sons of Fort Deltrick. Maryland spent
Cookie Luncheon. It really was great Seasame known also as "Bene" or chicken and .seafood Bechamel or, two weeks with their parents, Mr. and
and, of course, we enjoyed sampling "Bone" Seed, is one of the'world's tarter sauce and seafood or egg Mrs. Andrew McCombs.
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-' the cookies. All leaders and their oldest spice and oil-seed crops. It has salads. Mr. Henry Hodges and children at
: cookie chairman received the cookie !been used as a food In the Near East Tarragon Is produced In the United tended the stock car races. at Lake
CASINO I GAMBLING WILL CREATE MORE JOBS. flY information Tuesday evening at the tile Orient and Africa for' many States and Imported from France and City on Saturday night.
Cookie Coffee. Once again thanks to centuries. Assyrian mythology has Yugoslavia. ,It Is sold In the whole Mrs. Eileen Kelly and son of Jack-
sonville the weekend with her
Lila Rae Yawn for being the Neighborhood the ancient gods drinking sesame ,form. spent I
and Mrs.
Cookie Chairman we ap wine before they created the earth. 1n-laws\Mr. George Kelly.
I I 1' I' I' 1'I preciate all those working with Greek and Roman soldiers packed TIIYME: visit Mrs.in Fred North Moore Carolina and and son Tennessee enjoyed a I
cookies: Sesame Seed on long marches. "You smell or Thyme" was ono of during the week.
The small pearly-white seed the finest compliments one ancient
Esther Peterson of Seville
AND I SCHOOLS; I Mrs. I
I than Mi-inch In length,
rarely more
Monday Brownie Troop 683 and Greek could pay another. Thyme was spent Saturday with her brotherinlaw -
Junior Troop S14 will meet together comes from an annual plant in the to them the symbol of elegance. Even and sister Mr. and Mrs. Carl J
I has toasted-nut
for a Candlelight Investiture and semi-tropics. t a rich today centuries later, the :Thyme .- Norman and sons and Mrs.'Darlene I
State regulated casino gambling on the Gold Coast ONLY flavor when baked on rolls, bread and ,,,
means Rededlcatlon. Brownies will present tuns. It is always sold whole and scented honey of Mt. Hymettus near Norman and tons ... .
more money for YOUR COUNTI, schools and law enforcement.The the Brownie story and the Juniors ,will untoasted. When not exposed to the Athens is world-famous. Mrs. Selita Use and daughter
state of New Jersey is collecting more taxes from one casino be in charge of the flag ceremony. direct heat of the oven it should be The Roman Pliny knew Thyme as a Michele of Jacksonville spent Sunday
Together they will celebrate Juliette toasted before use.A large quantity of medicine advising melancholy with her grandparents. Mr.'and Mrs,
than it' originally expected to collect from four to six casinos. Low's Birthday with a cake .and Sesame Seed is used in Halvah and people to stuff their "crying pillows' Gene ?earson.
VOTE FOR CASINO GAMBLING ON NOVEMBER 7 and punch. other confections Use Sesame Seedas with Thyme. In medieval days a sprig Mr. and Mrs. Jerre Starling of
vou would finely chopped almonds.We of Thyme was a favorite decorative Tallahassee are moving,, to Lawtey
Eliminate the need to Raise Taxes, while still providing the same
Junior Troop 614 Is working on their motif. noon He is employed at Dupont and
improved level services. Avoid the RISK OF STATE INCOME Active Citizen edge and will :he Nicaragua import, Ethiopia Sesame ,Seed Mexico from, Thyme is a perennial plant of the she will be employed in Jacksonvilleat )

TAX OR SALES TAX on FOOD. placing posters around Starke urging Guatemala and Salvador and some mint family. It has been a favorite HRS soon.
people to vole next Tuesday. Cadettes herb in American cookery for many Mrs. Barry Watts and her sister.
from Texas and
supplies come
Let tourists and casino hotels pay more taxes so that you can pay.L&S.S. are also urging people to vote as they California. generations. It goes into New England Mrs. Fred Moniker were overnight

are working on My Government clam chowder; Creole seafood dishes guests of Mr. and Mrs. Moniker of
inSiiij&&lifrohil badge. They also are trying to look TARRAGON and middle western poultry stuffings. Apopka and Mrs. Watts returned

?; better while working on the Good Tarragon, native to Siberia seemsto Flavorful, too, in cottage cheese, home on Tuesday
rlPaid Grooming badge and Social Dependa- have been virtually unknown in creamed chipped beef or creamed Mrs. Bessie Watts transferred from
bility Challenge.Junior Western Europe until the 13th Century chicken. Thyme butter is good over Geriatric Center of Augustine and
political advertisement paid for by Bennett M. Lifter, Inc. Troop 605 visited the Fire Its English name, Tarragon creamed white onions braised celery spent a few days with her son-in-law
I Department, they are working on comes from the Spanish Tarragonaand asparagus green beans, eggplant and and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. G.C.
Community Safety. resembles the French estragon tomatoes. Stanley of Crescent City. She will

Thyme is sold In whole or ground enter the Crescent. City Nursing Homeon
form. We Import .it from Spain Tuesday.Mr.
and Mrs. Robert McClellan and
"
France and Portugal and some Is
son Jeff and Mrs. Margie Reddish of
commercially in this
produced Starke were supper guest." r"f their
Clay County country The leaves seldom parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ler McClellan.
grey-green on Saturday night to help their father
exceed one-fourth an inch In length. celebrate his birthday *

Deepest sympathy ,<>f the com
TL'ltMEItIC: munity Is extended to !Mrs. Walter
Voters. 4 : Best known in this country as an Mat his and family otMiddleburg. due
a . ( ( :' Ingredient In some prepared to the death of her husband Rev.
mustards or in mustard pickles: Walter Mathis on Saturday..
Turmeric <(< sometimes called Mr. and Mrs. Les McClellan visited
"Tumerlc") has had many diversified, their mother, Mrs.: Julia Hall in St.
HERE'S uses In Asian countries. throughout the Jude's Nursing Home Jacksonville
THE WINNING BALLOT FOR NOV7thrU.S. centuries.The on Monday Oct. 9.
aromatic roots of Turmeric are Mr and Mrs. Ronnie Harper and
rela ted to ginger and Turmeric will do children of Miami spent Sunday afternoon -
well wherever ginger thrives. Not with their grandmother. Mrs.

CONGRESSMAN BILL CHAPPELL only does Turmeric have exotic Thelma Prevatt, and aunt, Mrs.
Norman.Mr. .
aroma but Its Intensely saffron- Evelyn
yellow color long ago made it a and Mrs Charlie Brown of
valuable dye stuif In many eastern Paxton. Misa. and their,parents, Mr. .
BOB GRAHAM countries it's still used as a cosmetic and Mrs Israel Brown of Plant City,
which gives the skin a golden glow. It were Sunday overnight guests of their
;
has many uses In the religious and uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Les

LT. GOVERNOR WAYNE MIXSON ,'jMJ' ceremonial life of the Orient. McClellan.Mr. and Mrs. Larry Norman and
Turmeric is one of the important
., I : daughter, Rhonda a
), .jl gave birthday
It Is availablein
spices in curry powder.
on Tuesday night honoring
[ SECRETARY OF STATE ground form for use in all kinds of supper Mr.
GEORGE FIRESTONE : their father Lacy Norman.
everyday dishes. Very good in
Besides the supper they had a cake
chicken seafood or egg dishes or decorated with deer scenery on it.
: with rice creamed potatoes and Mrs. Lacy Norman' and Mrs. Ola
INSURANCE COMMISSIONER BILL GUNTER; .. macaroni. A little Turmeric is a Starling were present with them.
i flavorful addition to mayonnaise for Elizabeth Smyth of Jacksonville

.,,' ..a:" ; seafood salads or In melted butter for spent Thursday to Sunday with her '
I ,l corn-on-the-cob.: Col. and Mrs.
EDUCATION COMMISSIONER grandparents, William
TALPH TURLINGTON 7 Turmeric Is imported from India Wilson. Her mother Mrs. Wendie

i.' 'o<>rM.I},. ,. t( Haiti, Jamaica and Peru. Smyth spent part or the time with
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