Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 2, 1978
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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i y '//Jf assessments In Bradford that the county was assessed com for instance, when land Is divided up
t Ni ,pk, 'ill County are comparable with surrounding parably or higher than surrounding Into a subdivision and lots sold
counties in North Florida' counties. "We will not raise assessments In I
! ''" i"j "' tir' but nowhere near the 94 percent Assessments here have not gone up 1979 because we are well In line."
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y figure which has been used recently since 1974 except for new constructionand Alvarez says, "Unless they show me
by school officials. Property Ap changes in use of property Bradford County is below other
4 { w ''A1F praiser Jimmy Alvarez said Tuesday. making the property more 'valuable.: counties."
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range from 73 to 80 percent of actual
sule value on the average Alvarez '
V Jw ritf**.** ; *J4S \ J1>< iMHLW 5 1** fVS S Sj* toys. Individual assessments can be Baby Kissing TimeIs
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appraiser cited one example In
II Bradford Vo-Tech students took home a buihel of entries In the Greater ''Jacksonville Fair. The prise- which property assessed at $10.000 Almost Over .'; i
prises for this Horticulture eshlbit and their Individual winners pictured above and other local winners fellow sold for $16,000, making the assessment < S(
63 percent of actual sale price. ." I,,

Another recently sold parcel for $68.500.valued a at 73 percent$49,852 Vote Set Tuesday I

1 Horticulture Students Win at J ax Fair '."A assessment third parcel rate assessed Alvarez pointed at $13,433 out. :

recently sold for $20,000, a 75 percent The time for baby-kissing campaigning rhuiiinK votes for the Commissioner<< of t
Bradfard-Union Vo-Tech students grace the horti- -Paola Ferri a brio of first places for three sanse- assessment rate. Is almost over and the day of .Education: post
culture exhibit that won both Best School Exhibit and varies a ponytail palm and a copper king cactus. "We're not anywhere close to 94 reckoning Is near as voters will go to Bradford native Frank William:t>- fi
Best All Entry Exhibit in the recent Greater Jacksonville -Louise Chastaln a second with a prayer plant. percent. Alvarez says. the polls Tuesday Nov. 7, for the Crystal !.Lake is facing what may be
Fair, October 18-28 Shirley DeWitt firsts for three cactus and two Bradford property has not been General Election his toughest challenge ever for the
dieffenbacias. subjected} to an indepth reassessment District 25 State House seat he has
Front row (I-rlt: Eileen Massey and Shirley Rising; -Kathleen 'since Alvarez Florida will decide the
Humphries first with a scheffelera. 1974 points out. The 94 voters << hotly hold(oraixyrarsW'llltamx'oppxient
middle: Joanie Miller; back row: Cindy DeWitt and Shirley Rising firsts for a creeping Charlie and a percent figure used recently comes contested gubernatorial chase bet. Howard Dunn has attacked \Mlllamn
Ed Morgan, sit In the sturdy exhibit frame that was from book Jack Eckerd RSt Pete. and
built students In the Fall. euphorbia.Gene a published by the slate ween for an "inability to get his local bills
by carpentry Rising first with an elkhorn tern and a second Department of Revenue comparing Bob Graham D-Mcami Lakes along passed' and said the three term Incumbent y
In addition to the group award for this exhibit students -Shirley Fern first places for two bunny ear cactus tax assessments in the 67 counties In with two other slate races and seven hasn't done enough to justifythe
In the class taught by Diane Westcott also carted and a Boston fern. different ways. While the Information constitutional revision proposals. In roughly $100.000 he has been paid
home 43 Individual awards 39 first places, four -Greg McClung first tor an echeverla.Robert in the DOR book Is useful perhaps addition local pollsters have a saysoIn in Halary and expenses In his six year
seconds, and two thirds as follows: Griffis firsts with two pellionla and a pep- invaluable, to property appraiser. It local State Representative Frank stint.. Williams meanwhile has stood
peromia. cannot be used to make accurate Williams' attempt to offset the stiff behind his legislative effectiveness
-Charles: Puckett three. firsts for a begonia, waffle Robert Jones a first place Devil's backbone comparisons of assessment level challenge Howard Dunn Keystone! <<.' and cited his experience and knowledge
plant and prayer plant,a second and a third. -Leon Thomas a top prize winning Florida beauty Alvarez says.Bradford'i Heights Is giving him and can vote of the Tallahassee law-making
dracarna. 94 percent figure from for either veteran Incumbent Don By si em an reasons he should be sent
-Eileen Massey a first tor a jade plant. -Brian Edwards firsts with orchid cactus and 1974 cannot be used correctly to Fuqua, U-Altha, or Republican back to the state capitol.

-Cindy DeWitt firsts for a rabbit's foot tern Swedish Ivy. compare with indepth surveys made challenger Pete BrathwatteGalncsville Williams Is now serving as the vice
dwarf tree cactus. a -Bill Dungan two firsts with a coral plant and a 'Tl. more recently in other counties. Since in the race for Kuqua's District: ctuiirmnn of the House Finance and
plant, a second and a third. \i i 1/70IXR has used a different method U.S. House spot Taxation Committee and UH a
-Joanie Miller top places for her maiden hair fern' to arrive at assessment percentages member of the Corrections. Probation \

strawberry begonia.. two coleus; and Norfolk Island.. Vo-tech students also showed plants from,the Lawtey, .. 1tIC! appraiser points ,. Eckerd has been enlisting the and Parole Committed, Dunn Is aIremel .
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.M. > ..jkx11 'II.1".rK, +v.41r.1.ij'! tPr Y...''' *"Corrections horticulture dass '"; OU.-1..': .'p.Htle. _UPIMpt,9ofnf _premln"nIJihii1'r.rn'.1f \ .. ..
p.Da Margatl flfif for taught by Janet Bedding ;: ;F 1Jvatu.ahnd..allO i6a.1OIf.",,;- ","fermer Jll1lt.m ri mpnlwxlai; ; m 1 nJ'
a and those plants won five first places and two seconds. statistics In the same book on which '> 'flll'mW'.1acuo""nr. 'f>mt lit'"fl' I ti l "
the annual growth rate of the 87 tax Mayor and early gubernatorial candidate )' active In patriotic and civic
rolls are compared In a 1975-76 study. Hans Tanzler In his effort to work in the urea
The DCR statistics show that Brad offset the advantage the state's 2'j-l Don Fuqua Is trying to win his ninth '
I Drought: Crimping Berry Planting; ford property assessments have been Democrat to Republican voter ratio term Congress ngauwt lirathwaite. I
Graham meanwhile
growing' 6.34 percent annually gives to Graham. who has nerved as legislative
Alachua County 12.49: percent Dixie got the personal aid of the biggest jisKlstflnt to several.S. congressmen
A two-month temi-drought has put a better with 4.8 Inches In Septemberand to wet the beds through? those little 1239, Gilchrlst 8,25, Liberty 1759 Democrat of all. President Jimmy lint whoii making nix first attempt for
crimp In the annual fall strawberry- one inch in October. Average for holes." Putnam 19.59, Union 19.68. Carter, who visited the state this week n legislative Meat. Bruthwuito has
setting operation in Bradford County the entire county was 3.2 inches for Leon Starling another Lawtey Annualizing recent growth of and spoke out In Graham's behalf. shn im Interest In 11(' volet JIHtv
with mly 2.1 inches of rain falling in the two-month period. Camp Standing grower, has already set some Florida assessments shows that Bradford '(dented by his relatively frequent
the Starke-Lawtey berry growing belt'In reported 1.27lnchea in September and Belles,but says he lost about third of property values have been growing ata Registered voters of Bradford visits lo high I school football Ramos
the past 60 days, as cOlnpared with 1.40 Inches In October for a 2.87 ave them to the drought and had to re-.et. slower rate than other counties in County will also help decide statewide mid the like in Bradford while F'uciuu|
a fi0-year average of 8.8 Inches duringthe rage. He will soon start setting Sequoia recent years. Bradford values went elections for Secretary of State. the District :2 Representative since
.same e0-day period. plants from California and plans a up sharply in 1974 when the Indepth Treasurer and Insurance Commissioner I I'Ni:: and ranking member of the
The near-drought Is adding to the total of nine acres in all. study was made but have been and Commissioner of Science and Tcthnologv Committee
Louis Hill fire tower at Highland
troubles of the already hard-pressed Lloyd Griffis a veteran of more growing since then at a slower rate Education.: Bradford polls will >be Is running a +dfa-oricntkdcumWiign ,
had the driest record for the two
months, with 1.2 inches during Sep strawberry industry with a hoped-fa than 40 years ofi i strawberry growing than surrounding counties allowing open from 7 a,m. to 7 p,rn. bused/ on his experience and I
tember and .4 inch In October. New increase of acreage going up in the was busy Wednesday installing a new assessments. In other counties to catch familiarity, ,
River tower was a close second with dust rising from powder-dry'berry water pump in his fight against the Democrat George "Firestone 'I!ho list of Conslltutionnl Kevislonx
1.8 Inches in September and one Inchin fields Good prices last year were drought. He plans his usual eight toNne up.What Alvarez's statements mean to Miami and Ander(Crcnshaw It-Jack- Is bring more highly publicized us the
October. Santa Fe tower, lying encouraging but now, most growers acres of Florida Belles and the school: board is that Bradford sonville are vying for the Secretaryof flection draws" near and Induell'll'otl"r
south of the berry belt, fared some are predicting acreage will remain'about Sequoias. taxpayers have not been making as State job. Tho Treasurer and Insurance \ decisions on whether lo permit
the same as last season-around County Agent Bobby Taylor says great an effort as thought since post will go to either in casino gambling in Florida's old:
.-..: 100 or less.Morris that new plants need the proper assessments are lower than thought. cumbent Bill Gunter. IJ-Talliihussee, ('(N't, or not and whether the Stale's
combination of moisture and fertilizer School officials have been levying the or challenger Jeffrey Latham. R- Cabinet should be appointed by theimcrnnr
F 1W1J e+ at> a: r4: Carter, Jr. started setting to get going and nothing but rain will minimum required local effort of 6.4 Davie. Heavily favored Incumhent (; Instead ol clotted hv the<<
." .., eight acres of Sequoias Wednesday, give the right distribution of moisture mills of taxes, thinking citizens here Ralph Turlin ton. P-TallahaHHee d voter nf the stale nx III'donepictcnllv
but Bald "We'll really have to pour and fertilizer to the root system. Without are making a greater effort than surrounding Herman Williams. R-(;lainexville. lire .
t the water to them. Irrigation just rain the plants burn and some counties because of higher
t can't take the place of a good rain die. Growers usually have to reset assessments here. Should the school
because we put t the black plastic down about five to ten per cent of their crop, board raise millage to the cap allowed
first and set the plants through holes- but this year the percentage of loss under state law 8 mills the school Sheriff Returns
then we have to pour on enough water .has been much higher. system would net some 533U,0INin: '
:"; -.: ;' :':7:: new tax revenue.The 1.8 mill Increase
: M'iL would net about $235.000 and makinga
:***' ''* SATURDAY, NOV"tr'' :' greater local effort via the ighermillage. '
_.... Realtors QuestionSubdivision would get the school system Budget Leftovers'Bradford
some$63.000 In additional state funds.
National Guard Each county Is scheduled to un -
Training dergo an indepth reappraisal each County Sheriff Dolph planned other than he doesn't like Ur '
Nov.-s RegulationsA four years. Bradford therefore. Is due Reddish came up with some I leftovers<< overspend his budget.
National Guard Armory for another study within the next in this >ear's Sheriffs Department "It's a matter of putting the handle ,
)'ear. budget that surprised everyone.The on expenditures the' 'conservative
delegation from the Bradford the board, either from persons DOR wanted Alvarez to raise sheriff increased his present fiscal policies I Initiated sincehl'Comln.lIhl'riff '
County Board of Realtors with Ralph 'volunteering for service or whose assessments as soon as he took office budget, which went into effect Oct I.to ," Reddish said <'ltIs
RUMMAGE SALE! Bryan and Delano Thomas as names were submitted by others in 1977. the. new appraiser said $283.010 as compared to $2b7.597 paying) dividends, as the financial:
Elks Lodge spokesmen, expressed concern at were: Lillian Pearson, Ann Rieske Tuesday Alvarez made a trip to last fiscal year a hike of $1 .413, people say:'
10.m. to* p.m. Tuesday. night's meeting of the Ralph Bryan. Velda Cardin. and Tallahassee, he said and told DOR But a short time later he presented "I am committed to the principle
County Zoning Board over some 'Janet Starling. Pearson. Bryan and Bradford Circuit Court and County that money budgeted for,this office
provisions In the first draft of 'Starling are local realtors. Clerk Gilbert Brown with a check for will not be expended except when
MARKETS proposed subdivision regulations, nowbeing Two applications for rezoning were 116.135 unspent and carried over from absolutely necessary to'carry out the '
prepared for presentation to the approved and one rejected during the the last fiscal year; budget ending functions." he said. "It Is very easy to
Mark's Episcopal Church County Commission. Tuesday session. ... + ,. Sept. 30."That. upend other people's money. and
Beginning.. ':IO a.m. Bryan indicated the realtors were Approved for recommendation to a I, approximately $1,ouo more difficult to save it."
to be h.ld.t Bradford Square not in agreement with a substantial the County Commission were L.N. e I than the Increase in this year's
3 Reddish was a deputy under his late ,
number of proposals including the Wilson's petition for rezoning one-half budget. so I figure we are in the black
acre three mites south of said. ether P.U. Reddish, long-time ,
regulations relating to drainage of Starke. on by $1.000. Reddish "That Is the
subdivisions. The realtors were the west aide of U.S. 301 from Open ,,,,7C largest amount by far that has ever Bradford County Sheriff. Dolph was
RUMMAGE SALE Rural to BR3.1.1 for the elected sheriff In 1972 and took office
assured that they would be given an operation of been unexpended In a budget the
f..m.- Noon opportunity to be heard at future an antique shop;'; also petition of 9 1 K 'r last 30 years I have been familiar with In Jan. 1973. His second term will end
S in 1980 and he of four Florida
sponsored by workshop sessions before the final James A. Griffin for rezoning 43 i, R this department. was one
St Edward's Altar Society draft Is submitted for approval by the acres one-quarter mile east of Starke .. He said the savings were not sheriffs who ran unopposed In 1976.
On Church Grounds County Commission. city limits, on the south side of Wilson R IA '

MONDAY, NOVdEIKfJtELKETTEf The subdivision plat of Hidden adjoining Hills. Unit t the'. anew '' Hudson Road Denied from for was OR rezoning to the RIA petition 20.000 residential of square Ira. ,1 78 Tax Bills Mailed Tuesday 11"

Keystone Heights Jack golf course was feet on Pleasant Grove road,one mile Some 10,000 tax bills were mailed subject to a four percent discount" ;
presented for by recommendation Courtney to and the west of Highway 18 from RlC to Tuesday and should be In the hands of December, a :3. percent discount; '
Supper p.m. 1 approved Commission See Page 7)Inside.: local residents by today according to January 2 percent; February one
Mtotfng 8 p.m. j' County pending com- the office of Tax Collector J.R. Kelly. percent. In March tax bills can be I
of The
pletion a titieopinion. proposed paid as listed on the bill. In
r..r of subdivision contains 18 lots of 20.000 The 1978 tax roll totals 12.237.183: up three percent penalty will be charged.Taxes April a:
feet $93.113 over the 1977 tax roll of
square more ... will be delinquent In May and

JACKSON'S BUILDING Interest In filling a vacancy on the Ntws . ... .. Pa,.*2A-SA I $2.145.030. 'advertised in the new/paper.far sale i '
.. board resulting from the recent BUS WitcheryBHS Any property owner failing to In June
: Editorial ., ..,,,. Page eA .
SUPPLY Of Starke resignation of William Wilson of Sports .. .. .; Pape5b10Afadal..PapaI68 rYi student playing hookey receive his county tax bill within the Tax bills should be about the sme j
.. Lawtey, was evidenced by the receiptof Tuesday had a witch after them. next several days I Is asked to phone or as last year unless new construction
H y 301 9040078Koyiton six names for consideration by the Really: 'It'. just ,secretary Emma come by the tax collector'a office has- been added or unless property
Height board in making Its recommendation Public Notices, .... Page i a Jean Redding making phone calla loUll where proper tax statement will be has been revalued upward because Its
Hwy toe And :21-A to the County Commission for appointment WantAds . .. .. '.g.,. parents' their youngun Is not In fUrnished.Tax use has changed, such ai In a new I
4734173 The six names listed with claw, bills paid In November will be subdivision.



Guidance Clinic Board Gives 44Y Motion to Dismiss

FSP Charges Denied :

Dr. Lennon Vote of Confidence i

Five Florida State Prison cases are cases coming up on the November
still on the book after Circuit Budge docket would b* difficult because
Unfavorable the been executed the clinic
comment has
by press stating under denied motion to memories could be clouded ,and key
currently Carlisle
The allegation are Wayne
concerning allegations of Improper 'was qualified and Lennon had been
State which,according U> witnesses may have been transferred.
disbursement of federally funded permitted by board officer to treat Investigation by the Attorney'* dismiss the cases,
office in Starke. According to a SA. Public Defender Shon Saxon were The charges on the November docket
medication for an indigent patient an Indigent patient added clinic been were at least a
the Bradford-Union the office source subpoena have denied due process.Circuit pressed year ago
prompted year ago.( Harper
issued for witnesses to testify onallegation Judge Theron Yawn rendered according to Saxon.
Guidance Clinic board of directors fees were paid on a percentage basis
to vote for He added there "ex that Lennon Improperly a controversial decision in
Tuesday unanimously to use were
Inmates are now brought before
forward letter to tenuating circumstances" in thepatient's rendered services to a patient at the Union County on Oct. 2, when 23 a
appropriate r judge for a first .
clinic Raiford inmates charge against
confidence and there "no
agencies expressing In case was
after the ruling earlier by Yawn
Michael Andrews them dropped. Public Defender Gary
clinic director Dr. Bill Lennon. break In either clinic conduct,
ethic or con Authorities released no specific on Dunham made a motion In the Oct. 2 prompted a change In procedure.Before .
Rev. George Harper, of Starkel tldflItiall ty." the Investigation but a source who hearing that the state prison Investigators the ruling, which Is being
and wished to Local FFAerSelected and state had appealed by the state, inmates w..rekf'pt
presided over the brief meeting hellLake Harper added since the state attorney made the allegation attorney
told the Telegraphlast delayed prosecution of the Inmates in solitary confinement until the
in Butler Tuesday explaining to was Involved he thought It was remain anonymous
board members present he had met unwise to say more on the subject, buta week by phone his contention was unnecessarily.Saxon dale of their court arraignment.
ForNational Public defenders also argued for the
had received $1.600 for said that his motion 'was
Monday with the executive board of letter of confidence to the NCFC Lennon
the North Central Florida Community MHB District III Mental Health medical services from a patient who based on the same arguments presentation of charges to the suspected
filled out the federal Dunham had t before Judge Inmate within 24 hour,and the
Mental Health Board NCFCMIIB to Board and Health and Rehabilitative had necessary brought
discuss the situation. Harper said he Services (IlIRS would show support applications that would have made ChoirMichael Yawn, but Judge Carlisle ruled that opportunity for the inmate to talk witha

told the executive board an affidavit for Lennon. him eligible for free health care. the argument did not warrant lawyer.
dismissal of the cases Yawn' ruling stated that all In-
Andrews of Starke 'will Saxon argued that the lengthy wait mates must be given prompt
leave Saturday. Nov. 4, to Join 100 Involved a crime committed inside a when charged with offenses, property
Critical AccidentsThreeyearold
. 1 Dead 1 After FKA members from all across the prison make it Impossible to properly notified charges, and allowed timeto

-- nation to provide music and enter defend the inmate. Saxon added that prepare defense.BC .
Elijah Lewis Tysonof make the curve. Wright S3. of 905 Thomas Street. tainment tor the more than 20.000 -

Pleasant Grove Road In Starke was He is now in the surgical Intensive Starke was traveling south on Church FFA members and guests expected to Grand Jury Indicts
killed near his home Friday night, care unit at Alachua General Hospitalin Street when he lost control and attend the Future Farmers of

October'n,when he ran out In front of Gainesville. Griffis is paralyzedfrom rammed into a parked car owned by America Golden Anniversary I
a moving car and was hit. Darlene Brown, Rt. 2, Box 92C. Celebration at the 1978 National
the chest. Melrose. No serious Injuries were sustained Convention Mo. Nov.7-IOln Kansas City. 2 In Zippy Mart MurdersTwo

Samuel Wright of Starke was
Elijah Dean of Starke was driving charged with Driving While Intoxicated In the accident which also Andrews who Is president of the

8.50 north on,Pleasant Friday night Grove when Road the about youth and driving without a valid Involved Improper parking charges Bradford Gold FFA Chapter: and Gainesville men are now In Wiley Clark at 2 p.m.. began a 1-4 hour

ran into the path of the car and 'was driver's license Friday October 27, against Gerald E. Brown of Mac- president of the Bradford High prison awaiting arraignment on first- Nurveillance at 3.:: killed. Tyson Is the ninth traffic fatality after he drove his car Into a parkedcar Benny who parked the car that was Student Council I* the 17-year-old son degree murder charges after a I Union's home" in Gainesville. The
hit the flow of traffic of Mr and Mrs. Ervin Andrews of
In Bradford County this on Church Street. against Bradford 'ounty Grand Jury arrest was made Hi 7:111: > Friday night
year. Starke. He was selected to be a part of returned Indictments Monday. Oct. when Ilinson arrived home from hm "

the National FFA Chorus from more 30, In connection with the 1975 Zippy job im a tile wetterDeHcrihed :
Two local motorists were charged Hearing Set Nov. 14 On Health Program than 375 applicants from 42 states. Mart murders.A :;
with driving with invalid driver's Participants are recommended for 1111 UK-I second worst
licenses after accidents last Friday the National FFA Chorus by their warrant was signed Friday. murder In the history of the area, the
The District III Mental Health Temple Avenue In Starke at 7 p m, on State FFA Association and their high September 1$, b> Bradford County milia of September Mart murders
Jerome Clem Griffis of Starke was Board Inc.. in cooperation with the Tuesday. November M. school vocational agriculture instructor Judge Elzie Sanders for the arrest of 1M.'llInon: II. IIli;). x hen II"!
charged with careless driving and Bradford-Union Guidance Clinic Inc.. The District III Mental Health and choir director. They are Robert Ilinson.40. -40. of Gainesville and \ear-old Glen Cavcll l.undlren'IIK
driving with a revoked license when and the Civltan Club of Starke, 'will Board is a private, nonprofit corporation selected on the basis of these Kenneth Griffin. 3,1.: also of Gainesville found unconscious on the floor of the
he ran his '68 pickup truck off Grlffls hold a public hearing to assess the charged with the responsibilities recommendations and on their but currently incarcerated with Zippy Mart. at the intersection of Sit
Loop Itoad and rolled it over Into a needs within Bradford County in the of reviewing and evaluating previous experience and achievements the Department of Corrections. Each IH and liS-alii.> : !l.umlftrcn hud beenshot

parked truck Friday morning, October areas of community mental health, mental health needs, services, and according to Marvin Myers, def ndent Is charged with two counts once behind the right cur vnih a
27, at 3:IS a.m. alcoholism, and drug abuse. facilities within its 16 county district retired member of the Purdue of first degree murder, one count of .22 caliber pistol and was rushed to
Griffis was eastbound on the winding This hearing will be held at the the preparation of an annual District University Musical Organization at kidnapping, and one count of robbery. ShundH Touching hospital Cninmville -
section of the road and failed to School Board Meeting Room 582 N. Plan based on such evaluation, West Lafayette, Ind. Myers has Ilinson has had two previous arrests, after he was discovered by ;i
receiving and disbursing public and directed the FFA Chorus for the last a robbery charge that was dismissed
private funds for mental health, and DWI. truck driver at I ::0i>: a m. the morningof
It years a the llth. LundKrcn. who hud been
alcoholism and drug abuse services, "The selection process is all done by
and contracting for the coordinationand "and it's Ilinson Is currently in Bradford staying( with relatives in Hampton for
mail Myers,
says sir months, died two hours after the
disbursement of these funds.In Jail Griffin
quite difficult to select the Chorus County and is housed at
Bradford County, the District III from so many fine applications. I Florida State Prison. Eachdeieixlant shooting, never regaining consciousness
Mental Health Board contracts for the hours this Is being held without bail.I'nmi'ry .
spent summer
LOOK FOR THE delivery of these services through the selecting many students for the Chorus.' A second victim. Keith Kirctunnc.
Bradford-Union Guidance Clinic, affiliate III, was found at U:41: ; p.m. the name
A month prior to the convention a lead in the Martcasewasinlormation'iuppiuedaMiut
of, the North Central Florida is mailed Zippy clay by II passing molorist on Mt-IH.
music to
Community Mental Health Center. complete set 3 about' a mile east of Gruh.tm
each FFA member selected for the month ago to the Bradford 'ounty ''1:1illl' who
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DONKEY ADVERTISEMENT Local Board member Jerry McGriff ( : freciuvnlly/ M.ivi"! til
Chorus. Each Chorus member must Sheriffs Department, and Slate
says "It is Important for every citizen study the music prior to arrival in Attorney's Office Investigator Wiley
to know they can provide input the stoic when 1.lImhtrt.1I1111
Kansas City two days before the Clark working on the Sheriff
Into the planning for these services working, had apparently' Uvt'n' I In
of the convention. Practice Reddish credit to all the
through this hearing, and to help sessions begin on Sunday afternoonand involved In the rase. the store and. in an attempt to //11'('.
decide how their tax dollars should be the FFA members work several *as picked up by the murderer mid

spent." hours each day until their first performance Alachua 'ounty Lieutenant driven to u wooded area on Sit-I H.
at the Tuesday evening "Bubba" Roundtree and two other According to sheriffs reports al the
Vespers Service, which precedes the Alachua Sheriff's deputies joined by time. 1\1 n'hll 1111' slJKKereit about IM>
opening of the National FFA Convention Bradford Deputy Don Denton and feet before tailing to the ground with/
State Attorney's office investigator! five (gunshot wotimls.IrimateChareedIn'Murder.

"Our job Is to help pep up the
convention program," says Myers in '
f discussing Ms plans for music 18 t this : I "

year's convention. ''We'll dot 'by 'M.I Irt.! I iri h./r-Kh .men?
singing many different types of music
including patriotic, non- Silence among eight witnesses to was Klabbfd In the back with a
denominational sacred music and the Oct. 17 murder of Florida State homemade knife while walking with a

show tunes selected to fit the moodof Prison inmate Tom Hutchins was guard in the main corridor of KSH.
the convention program." broken as the state attorney chargedan The Oct. 17 murder \ictim.\ Hutchins.

The Chorus will Join the National inmate living a few cells down was charged with the stabbing.

lutffooiu FFA Band in parts of the convention from Hutchins. Friday with the zip gun Prison Information Director Lee
program and will present special shooting: told the Telegraph that Hutch inK was
Southern Gentry II music recognizing the completion of. Inmate Edward L White 26. was ,walking down a corridor the night of
M with the
charged murder.
the FFA's 50th year throughout. reportedly ()cl. 17 in u wing of FSP that houses
Although preparing for their performance saying that the victim needed to be inmates considered to disciplinary
because he
punished had stabbed
In the National Convention problem
-I Lgvu2
r Y a ,J requires many hours of hard work another Inmate. HulchinM reportedly was released
The murder of Hutchins.23.
the Chorus members will have an servinga Duval from his cell Just before 10 I pm
opportunity to relax at several special 30-year sentence for rap'In TUI'KdaIntake..'a shower but Mopped
County, wan the most recent in
a hv several cells before
events being planned for them. On reaching the
chain of interrelated incidents of
Monday evening the Chorus and the shower room. The murder occurred
National FFA Band will be the guestsof violence that began a month ago. about III p.m.. and Lee sass that inmates -
The chain of incidents started
Sept. in eight cells either saw or
Hallmark Cards Inc.. of Kansas
26 when inmates James
Vann and
City Mo., and Carnation Company of maid have teen the murder. In.'I'lIlIgalllJrllll -
grabbed two
M Los Angeles Cal.. for a dinner and and prison \ continuing, and all eight
guards held them hostage with
special entertainment. men who were locked in their Cl'lIl1l1t
w _. _. makeshift weapons On Oct. 10. Vann thetime of the murder are considered
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suspects although no definite leads
have turned up at this point

fliTT1,, The murder weapon is believed laIx
u zip gun. a homo-made weapon
r I I that can propel metal (ragmen!*.

I screws, or almost any available
'. ammunition. according to Ix-e. The
agreotwov Motors murder wenpon{' has not been found.

to put the past I, > More Violence

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Two inmates shod Florida
fr r double dresser and deck minor at Slate
4-drawer chest and panel bed SAVE Prison Saturday night y
Night tabto >4 a SE>ir. > remained in the Luke Itutler
t I Reception and :Medical Center

hospital :Monday in stable condition
I beautiful lifetime carefree Formica'topsThis lter lM.thI'rI': shot in the stomiich.
> Department of Corrections

Imo"c r__,"1/% btauli'ul. ."..mbi. has a loo you 111'|l .....,. yaara from now. II Cr..,.. "- spokesman Deo Investigation Karrcll, showed ttuld upreliminary
\ .: a" ,invilmg' BaOroom utnng, ""itn HI glowing, iimuiiitd, "'.0''. Imnh., accented Kon.ild Walker und James
L _. By antique imitn hardware. and n.nd.om.'iy carved bate rails" and mirror shot ouch K Butler
bras either with homemade
frame The .'0". drawert. center-guided. and dovetailed
'weapons not yet recuvered.Walker
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TRIPLE DRESSER ............. .209" LARGE HUTCH........... 79
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SINGLE DRESSER............. .1.9.. SMALL HUTCH?........ 59.. Jackson sentences from convictions
County for robbery and

5 DR. CHEST ................. 124** KINGSIZE' HEADBOARD 10." possession of a firearm
Duller 19. was convicted
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SPINDLE BED.......... 109" rsa'a.
Co for second
,years degree! murder. He

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for possession of a weapon Inside the
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Nov. 8. l' TELEGRAPH: Page ,, .
Dunn William; RebutsDunn's m

Hits Williams'Legislative '' ); I

"* $1'
The first, and perhaps only pecan Reports indicate nuts are scarce
RecordMIDDLEBURGIn Statements auction of 1978 1 I. scheduled next this year. Alton says, after "pretty
; Thursday Nov 9, at the Bradford fair' crop last fall This year the
01''" County Stale Farmer'.Market on US- pecans Nt.pretty well on, the tree but
]s. : SOl north of Starke. fen off early doe to pecan eab. a
six years as a conservative Democrat votes to offset Rep. Frank Williams f>.CI1'* Williams said he "did not hoodwink Pecans should be weighed In between fungus which kills the item and
state legislator, Rep. Frank Williams the large South Florida delegationand Lake, expressed disappointment anybody" but moved to protect Clay 8 a.m. and noon, according to causes the nut to fall off before it
(D-Starke] ) has not passed a single pass needed legislation for District Tuesday at statements by challengerJ. County from the Jacksonville Electric Market Manager Bobby Alien The matures.
general bill of which he has been the 25. "Having a Republican In the Howard Dunn,R-Keyslone Heights AuthorityUEAK( sale will begin at 1 p.m. Growers are Quality of nuts this year will range
prime sponsor.That Governor's Office will further that Williams has never been prime JEA has to follow all county atoning requested II possible to have nuts from good to poor. Allen says
statistic was announced enhance effectiveness of Republicans sponsor of a single bill, and that ordinances In locating a coal-fired separated by variety and In good For more Information, phone Allenat
Thursday evening by Williams' opponent In the legislature. ," Dunn noted, Williams' effectiveness has been hurt electric: generating! plant in Clay serviceable bags.At 064-6951\ or 4BV1140 at Brooker.
Republican J. Howard Dunn, ata speculating on the election of Jack by 1 293 land switch from Duval to County Willlans said. this time it looks as If prices will It will determined> by response at
Mlddleburg Civic Association Eckerd In November. Clay County. The land switching legislation was start off pretty good Allen says due the first auction, whether to have
Candidate Forum. The Florida State Legislative "What he says ridiculous and not requested by the Clay County lo the scarcity: of nuts this season.Realtors additional ,. ,
"My opponent says a Republicancannot System's House Sponsors Report. a even worth responding to," Williams Chamber of Commerce. Williams \
get anything done In Tallahassee compilation of bills prepared by the said of Dunn's statement make last said. Williams said he gave
; that we need his (Williams') legislative staff indicates Williams Thursday at a Mlddleburg CIviC' everybody concerned due notice of the from page one..... ; I
experience and contacts," Dunn introduced a total of 60 general bills, Association Candidate Forum. bill and outlined the legislation i
noted. "1 can only promise you that I resolutions and Joint resolutions as Williams said he Is "somewhat specifically on the House floor. .
certainly won't do any worse!" the prime sponsor from 1973 throughthe disappointed with his Republican "If anything that shows how 3R3.1.1 for use as location., for aonvenlence miles east of Starke on south side: of
Continuing to berate the ineffectiveness 1978 session of the legislature.. One opponent's personal attacks on my effective I am when I take some : store. Laura Church Itoad. from IUC to OR.
of the Incumbent, Dunn cited the resolution was passed in 1974, HB-31M character Intergrlty, and honesty. It legislation! and try to pass it" Four petitions for rezoning were Ronald Ivey. four acres one mile
Duval County land annexation contro- commending the Florida Bass Is especially disappointing when si Williams said. 'The Jacksonville received and all were approved for east of Starke on the north side of SR-
versy. "If cooperation among members Masters for their conservation work. Boy Scout leader uses untruths half- boys knew what was going on. John advertising of public hearings to behold 16. from RlC to BA for Hales And
of the majority party is so Impor- The official House record also truths, and Innuendo to blacken a Forbes, the charlman of the Duval at the November meeting' service of tractors.
ant, I wonder how much cooperationMr. shows that Williams was the prime person's honesty, Intergrlty and delegation Introduced the bill In the Ralph Venn one acre one-fourth W.II. Hall was given permission to
Williams can expect from the sponsor 14 local bills during his six character." special session" Williams says he Is mile south of SR-221 east of U.S. :301 advertise residential clarification
nine members of the Duval County year legislative career of which six many times given credit from OR to MS (manufacturing) to on one-half acre and BIU.1,1 on the
delegation after he bragged that he were passed. Local bills are usually Williams said he has passed one for Introducing the bill but actually operate a furniture making and refinishing other half in order to reside; and
stole a million dollars worth of land' passed automatically at the request of piece legislation which had national that is incorrect. shop operate a business on the same acre of
from them."Rep. John Forbes chair-- the local representative, na to significance the Emergency Williams points out that the recent Gilbert V. McLean. 40 acres 1.5 property.
man of the Duval Delegation charged Dunn. "If couldn't bat belt than Preparedness Act of 1974. testimonial dinner for him in Orange
that Williams tricked the Jacksonville .500 on local bills, I think I'd turn In Williams says he co-Introduced bills Park was attended by several I Doun Bridge Repair Due it y" early 1979 .
representatives into ceding a strip of my bat," Dunn stated which: raised homestead exemptionfrom members of the Duval delegation
valuable commercial property along ''It cost the taxpayers of Florida $5,000 to lO.ooo for persons over including Steve Pajcic:, Tommy Dunn Bridge travelers should be Alachua County Department of Engineers
1-295 from Duval to Clay County. over $100.000 In salary and expensesto 65. repealed the can pole tax law, and llazouri, George Crady, Arnclt: able to resume traffic over a repaired had sent him a letter'confirming
'Williams' vote versus the nine Duval keep Frank Williams in the legislature county home-rule legislation. Jirardcuu newly 'elected Sen. Jo bridge by early 1979, after an agree- that repairs would be made to (he
County votes equals a minus eight for for six years," Dunn said. "I Williams said he amended the Carlucci. ment was reached between Bradford bridge that spans the Santa Fe River
District 25," Dunn added. think we deserve better representation taxation bill on the St. Johns River "They all said my problem Is that and Alachua Counties to repair the between Brooker and Graham. The
Dunn said he will start with a clean for our money. If I were Frank Water Management District I'm too effective" Williams said. controversial crossing at a cost of letter said that Alachua county would
slate in the Florida House and put Williams, I'd be sending my paycheck lowering the millage rate allowed Williams added that in this final about $13,700.BraMord handle all labor and provide all
together( coalition of Republican and bnck" thus saving the residents of the water week of campaigning it Is apparent to pilings and Included a Hit of
management district In excess of $1.3 him that his opponent must be County Commission materials that Bradford would pay for
I Equipment;; Recovered Warrant tIArter million. desperate and feels he needs to make Chairman E.W. Hodges said that the totaling $0.600.
; Williams said he worked closely personal attacks.
with college, and local residents to "I've got a thick skin and I'm also
Investigation authoritiesto Lumber S301 owned
Company on by
Duval County Bradford County Earl Jones. create a Clay County campus of St. going to pray for him." Williams said. EARN INTEREST
Johns River Community College.Williams Williams says he will not resort CoJX'r8onalattacks >
Sheriffs Deputy Don Denton and On Wednesday, Oct. 25, Denton and total '
said be the
Duval County Burglary Investigator' Copeland recovered all of the stolen was on Col. Dunn to win
of legislation giving home the
Cliff "Rooster" recovered and authorities would introducer election.
Copeland equipment not ON YOUR
$10,000 worth ef equipment stolen release the information that led to the rule to school districts, and relating to Williams also pointed out that Dunn i
the powers and duties of school has received $13.708 as of Oct. 13.
from local lumber .
a .
company. recovery.Information districts, authorizing school boards to Williams says ho has received $11.971)
On Oct. 21, Bradford County Chief was not disclosed !
control any school within a districtHis and pointed out he has already gone CHRISTMASCLUB
Deputy Robert Green and Deputy because a warrant has been Issued by bill introduced into the
Denton investigated a burglary and county judge Elite Sanders but the first through one election. I
theft of air hammers, air' staplers, suspect has not been taken Into Florida Legislature was the If elected Williams* says he will
and a nail loading machine valued at custody, and the Investigation la not requirement for three year continue to maintain an office In SAVINGS
sentences for felonies. Slnrkc and In Park,
mandatory one OrnnKP<<
I $10.000 from the Crown Central completed.

Let Guaranty Federal help you plan for the holidays.

I Hospital Passes Inspection Gets Medicare CertificateBradford II Open a 1979 Christmas Club Savings
Account and we will pay you our maximum
County Hospital Administrator recorde properly ,as a typical The board unanimously approved a assured Sanders that "money Is madeon passbook rate of Interest -
Tony Rose told the deficiency: on this year's report. three part motion that will make the "
Hospital Board Tuesday October 24, With the board meeting Tuesday employee benefits more attractive.As The x-rays.troublesome median divider 5Vi % COMPOUNDEDDAILY
that the local facility has been fully after the scheduled Monday October an added benefit to the hospital's road system In front of the hospital PER ANNUM
certified by state licensers for the 23,meeting failed to draw Insurance
quorum of group plan employees will was also brought up with Hose saying .
first time in years and thus will not the five member council Rose also ,be able to get a 50 percent discount on "motorists complaints and the great No Gimmicks
have to wait for Its license and told attending members George the portion of the price of outpatient hazard" have prompted him to get No Maximums \
Medicare funding. Shuford Danny Williams, and Curtis services like x-rays, that la not paid something done about the median Earn on the amount deposited
Rose said the few deficiencies the Sanders that the hospital is starting a by Insurance. In other words the half which divides Call Street and the during the year 1
Health and Rehabilitative Services patient into poll by, mail to lend price count will apply to the part of entrance to the Emergency Room 1979ChristmasClub ,. '
inspectors found at the Hospital Insight public opinion of the the bill left after the Insurance parking lot. Rose said the median as
"were nit-picky Items that have either facility which has been operated by payments.Also ,constructed by state Department of Account Available t
beesror are being corrected," and the Methodist Hospital Foundation for group life Insurance was Transportation workers "who consulted November 1. 1978at all) '
contrasted that with last year's Inspection nearly six months. The questions, doubled from $2,000 to $4,000 for no one at the hospital as far as I Guaranty Federal offices. O
which resulted in a 15 page which will be mailed to patients at employees after Rose explained to the 'know" funnels all traffic into the west
MRS report documenting areas home after their discharge will ask board that the cost for such a (parking lot while most cars should bemarked O s
where Bradford\ 1 County's*Hosplffil 1 .forrejDonfes Jo questions, like. ,alf: coverage Jump would only be 927(1 in the f Jr\JqfpLirkhi ; I-Guarant
didn't meet(>aLii' report delayed the Hospital license ? and efficient manner?" and the 'hospital got on' last ''ironcurred'*ltff Ihff"' ''" 1 1Mvwtgff <"" "
and Medicare paybacks until Augustof "Did your hot food arrive hot at your year's Insurance program saying the median also presents a
1978. Rose cited a door lock pot bedside?" The last of the approved benefittans hazard for through-drivers, who can ....tMfl AMm _..."..
will allow hospital workers to get confused as to which side of the 'kr' 'COM.OUNOIOOAar ANNUM.
have prescriptions filled by the median they should be on. o, W MMllMII II.
Renowned Lutist Offers hospital pharmacist at reduced cost. Rose said he plans to contact the Ie4 v,N
The board also approved head of the DOT District office In
unanimously a 12,700 repair job on the Lake City to see If reconstruction! Is .'iifh"rdTC ;
facilities sterilizer machine. Rose 1..I '. .
termed the repair a "critical need possible \rraart; *:.mll.. :- fl. .-'" ''j
Unique Style Tuesday "I just don't think any thought was Guaranty Federal does the job. I
that'can't wait"A put into it the first time,"
proposed x-ray equipment purchase
To George Brltton the most recent folksongs as part of the workshops he was also brought up again by
performer In residence at Santa Fe conducts where he demonstrates Methodist Foundation President
Community College the lute is musical techniques.For Marcus Drewa who told board
language a way of bridging the gap example, did you know the members that reworking of the .
between past and present. The lute music of Stephen Foster can be tied to center's eratiohs was \
has been part of music and literature the musical abilities of King Henry financially impossible, but purchase NEW FALL.
since the days of Shakespeare and VIII? This is one of the ways Britton of a$200-223,000 machine was needed. '''; 'k' i
now is part of Brltton's repertoire mystifies his audiences by using Drewa repeated the plan to bring the :
which Includes classical as well as music to explain history, sociologyand new machine In and relegate the ,j ..<.""'f ..,. \
contemporary music. anthropology. present older x-ray. equipment for )f .
Britton. who will appear at Brad- Britton performs 1500 songs In nine backup needs. -' : ..a. : 4 '
ford High School Auditorium languages and offers his audience a "With the situation the way It is
Tuesday Nov. 7, at 8'00 pm in Starke chance to discover America's musical now If that x-ray breaks down the .
the classical guitar and has roots. His performance Is sponsoredby census at the hospital falls way down Y
taught 10.000 other people to play. His the SFCC Fall Festival of the we lose patients to other hospitals and ; l I tl .
performances are favorites on college Performing Arts. we lose big money", Drewa explained
campuses. This program which is supportedby elaborating that up $10.000( l
Just what Is a lute you might ask? grants from the Fine Arts Council could be lost. on a machine break. ,
It sounds as if it could be a bird, partof Florida and the National En- down.
a rifle\ or possibly something you dowment of the Arts brings When board member Curtis ,Sanders -
wear, but it's not. nationally acclaimed: artists to SFCC said he would like to see figureson
At first glance the lute resembles a and Bradford schools to conduct how much money the x-ray
mandolin that funny looking pear lecture workshops and concerts. equipment brings In. Drewa said he
shaped Instrument that pops up at would try to provide figures andOPEN'
blue grass festivals all the time. But
since the lute Is somewhat larger thana
mandolin. its sound is deeper and NOW
more resonant. What distinguishes r
the lute is the sharp angle at which the

head is set into the neck. The body Is '......... Under New Management 1
vaulted, and usually has 12 strings
Lutes today are found at madrigal GulfBryan's;)
dinners and renaissance fairs, where i \
Elizabethan England is brought to
life. Britton recreates 13th century
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TELEGRAPH Nev. .1t7.'J! '.1. ,KLPOA Member Hear Two GOP Candidates SpeakDan

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EDITORIALCONSTITUTIONAL Russell Republican candidate at SR-Z1 just north oT Mtddlebur
for Clay County Commissioner, Group (Blending Boulevard) would create a
4, serious traffic hazard until the fourlaning -
I Lake ProoppertynAsaodatItinn of the highway Is completed.

Sunday afternoon at the home of Mr. He advocated four-lanlna the road In
ilEV'ISIOiVMoat and Mrs, William S. Peters. !the area of the school before Its
opening in order to avoid possible
Discussing problems of the area, accidents involving school students.
Russell said the new multi-million
dollar school now under construction Other project discussed by Russell
o* the eight Constitutional SOON .. As for the argument that Revision S Included Implementing the 911
revisions mendmenU which will TOO MUCH TOO ; would eliminate the old practice of telephone emergency program that

confront voter In the November 7 ",errymanderln," district lines, has not been put Into effect; stricter
General Election are clear-cut Issues which legislators bay. sometimes BounfyJlgenftNotebook animal control In heavily populated
which can be understood by a person used for their own advantage in
of average Intelligence who spends areasonable apportioning district It la apparently a areas of the county i.a library buildingin
Hill and
the Middleburg-\;lay area
amount Urn In an effortto n dying out now that districts
find out what they're all about. But must be reapportioned on an equal adequate dralnagato
Revision No. I, referred to as "the V oT population basis and are subject BrBobby deterioration/ of Clay County's dirt

basic document" Is a mixed bag of review by the courts to see that they roads.

more than sixty changes which wW comply. Therefore, we can see no Taylor lie told KLPOA members they
force the voter to take all or nothing- GtINOV.. T .great advantage in having a special should have liaison committee to
Phase M4-tZM Extension m a
commission do the We
the good with the bad-and clutter up Job. recommend
with the County Commissionon
the State Constitution with a "No" vote on Number 3. confer
ut ) such *
problems In the lake area, a
Items of little which
importance V
1t.'S oversize boats without mufflers, and
could be taken care of Just as well by Even though the weatherman
number of
the Legislature. ..- C\ D"D"toO I PROPOSITION 4-The elimination hasn't been very cooperative most of boats placing that a ceiling can be launched on the at public
of the elected Florida Cabinet in favorof
our strawberry crop should be set by
JCoW..0 In 24-hour period.
The revisions are the work of a \ one appointed by the Governor, the end of this week. Growers have ramps any
commission lost \:. received almost unanimous disapproval bad difficulty
which to
met year 1 getting enough Also addressing) the group was Tom
review Florida's Constitution and.. '- -- on our tally sheet with seven moisture in the plant beds to get a of Keystone Heights
negative votes to Governor Askew'slone life from Boney
make suggested changes No such good plants.
Republican candidate running
"yes. W. recommend "no.
IJ'OUPwW until 1998. since Incumbent William Chapel for
constitutional revision l Ia provided for -- .- .' -- ... Most growers who had ordered the against the District 4 seat In Congress.

or only failure every of twenty one years amendment The passage Is not ;.. ."" E' E'v-.: .. .'.1 PROPOSITION S-The appointive Sequoia not too concerned variety from until California recently were that Claiming and that over-regulated U.S. citizens are Boney overtaxed Is*

tooJ 1 Public Service Commission was like- the shipment was late. However
dependent on the acceptance or i they advocating a 13" on the
rejection of any other amendment. Il wise rejected 2-7 on our opinion tally. were getting edgy when It looked like federal level"Proposition similar to that passedby
We recommend a"no" vote. Since the we might be getting some rain earlier .
The greatest flaw In the amending legislature bas already provided for this week. California voters.LETTERS

process. It seems to us. Is that voters wKOPPER-SuRGF an appointive PSC by statute there is

are asked and expected to make a ........,.......'...:..... .,...' '......,...'.'.'..'..'..... .;.:.;...;....w.w. :.:.:'..... v i E no need. to write it Into the Constitution. and The growers plants got came busy.In Looks last:Tuesday like w.,
Judgment on Issue which they do notUndentand. .r.-\: EDITOR
will have about
and cannot form an intelligent 100 to 125 acres this
PROPOSITION theState's year. About half of these will be
opinion on by reading the CONST'TUT'ONALI 0-Changes
ballot.The Supervisor of Elections I Judicial system so that circuit Sequoia, and the other half Florida
office says that voters coming early and county Judges would be appointedby Belle and a new variety called Dover.
tocaslabsentee ballots are at an utter I the Governor with voters given an We'll be looking at' the Dover all Kingsley Casino Lake Baptist

loss to determine the meaning of the opportunity to decide, every six year to see how well It grows and Opposes Gambling

amendments and consequently, most ..:;.... years, whether they should be retained produces for us. We will also find out Kingsley Lake Baptist Church has
of them will not vote on the 'I' or not.The system is already in
how well the looks
berry tastes ships passed a resolution opposing casino
propositions at all, or may perhapsvote use In Appelate Courts and the and sells. I'm it will
"no". Some asked for expUnatioiis. ilfi @$.iI>>It: Supreme Court. We believe that favorably with hoping the Sequoia compare while gambling In Florida.

but In the case of such ahodgepo { County and Circuit Judges should giving more production per acre. Kingsley Lake Baptist Church
'ge as Revision No. I. which retain their close contact with the urges all its members and friends to

contains more than sixty different people and that such a relationshipcan Probably our greatest need to bring speak up and speak out against the
Items it would be impossible to explain best be maintained through con- back strawberry production In our evils of such propositions as Number
them to a waiting voter In a way tinued election by the people. We area is a good variety that will 9. The church: further urges everyoneto
to help him reach an informed -Elimination of sovereign Im- PROPOSITION 3-Provides for recommend a "No" vote on Number produce a lot of marketable fruit. I get out and vote- just being
decision. A vote obtained under such munity, which now allows the state to single member districts for member ,,6. believe we can overcome Increased against casino gambling will not helpif
conditions may not be a true expression avoid liability In lawsuits. of the Florida House of Representatives costs of production and labor and you do not vote.God's .
of the will of the people. current Immu- and the Senate. It would also PROPOSITION 7-This measurehas marketing problems if we had a
-Making the been denounced work teaches that we are
of districts better
take reapportionment out variety
of the Constitution,
During the past week we have kepta nity law part virtual blanket Immu- of the hands of the Legislature giving Askew as providing "unwarrantedtax responsible for the ethical and moral
of varied thereby giving breaks to certain business conduct of our community, and as
tally opinion by existing!
expressed this task to a seven-member commission Have
from prosecution to persons you seen or heard of the white
sources including the Governor the nity interests while holding out a false Christians we have a role in shapingthe
subpoenaed before a grand jury. ,with the Governor appointing six eggplant? It is an ornamental plant future.
state executive committees of both promise of tax relief to Florida home-
members one of his own choice and closely resembling ordinary culinary
the two nominees owners.
major for parties three party -Reducing the qualifying age for one each from lists submitted by the eggplant (Solanum melongena L) In Let it be known that we concur
Governor daily
newspapers legislators from 20 to 18 vears fact there are edible varieties of and the Resolution
of different degrees of liber- speaker of the house president of the This proposal uses tactics about on support
alism and conservatism, and several senate minority leaders of the House par with the old "bait and switch" eggplant"Albino" having and "White white fruit such" as drawn up by our Florida Baptist
others In public life. This score sheet We submit that no person, no and Senate and the head of the party techniques used by many promoters Beauty. Convention which opposes Casino
well should be in Florida. The Resolutionis
indicates favorable opinion for three matter how informed that finished second in the previous to hoodwink the public. It theiState's True white eggplant Is a rather low- Gambling
of the nine propositions on the ballot. expected to ratify or reject such gubernatorial race. the result of efforts by growing branching plant. Stem and as follows'Resolution
and negative opinion on six.We agree diverse proposals with a simple yes or most powerful smooth-working leaf-stalks are green or faintly
with this consensus in all cases but no vote. Therefore, a negative vote is The first half of this question concerns lobby the Associated Industries of tinged with purple and bear a few Oppoalng Casino (iBm

one-the issue of single member legislative recommended on Proposition 1. mainly large counties comprised Florida,and while offering carrot on white spines. Leaves are wavy at the bllng in Florida:

districts. of two or more legislative dis a stick to Florida homeowners and edges. Flowers are lilac. The fruit are
PROPOSITION 2-On our tally tricts. Bradford County is part of a other interests, would actually give a very white when Immature but turn WHEREAS during the annual
Here are our conclusions, followedby sheet this amendment, which has" single member district (for representative windfall of millions of dollars to benefit yellow when ripe. In shape and size meeting of the Florida Baptist-Stale
a fuller discussion of reasons why been mislabeled a "State ERA ),. comprised of Bradford, certain land speculators and other they greatly resemble an ordinary Convention. Nov. 14-16. 1977. the
and wherefore: received eight "yes" opinions to one privileged businesses and Industries. hen's Convention adopted a position
"no," which was expressed by Rep. Clay and the northern tip of St Johns In our tally of opinion it showed no egg. Larger fruiting and dwarf statement opposing gambling! F nd-
No.-*(Basic Revtalon-Agalnst. Williams. As written. ,the revision ,County For Stat Senate balloting ...A.mdtcaUon01 rg'approved at-the-"A.jplant have. .been,,reportedjJCjrt"1'!: }'.--. '. ;*/(# vi vf HiMM
simply provides that no person would is part of a district comprised of 12 WHEREAS. gambling is contrary
polls, a unanimous vote from
No. 2 (Forbidding discrimination In suffer any deprivation of rights counties and parts of four others all no The plants are only occasionally to biblical principles harmful to the
rights on the basis of leX)I-For. because of his or her sex. Opponents which is served by two senator sources quoted. grown in home gardens. due best interests of the individual and,, a
have expressed fears that If this primarily to the unwholesomeness of detriment to society: and
No. 3 (Single member legislative dis- Ever since Florida's modest five the fruit. The
plants, with
amendment passes it might be interpreted Opinions differ as to whether single cent snowy
triCtsAgainst. per corporate profits tax was white
by the legislature as an en- member districts would result In started in 1971. large land- "eggs" contrasting brilliantly WHEREAS. gambling stimulates
some with the
dorsement of the national ERA. It better and more responsible green plant form are extremely covetousness greed and
No.4 (Abolishing elective cabinet- owners have objected to paying the
Against. seems to us that how the vote is Interpreted representation for certain segmentsof tax when they dispose of land for attractive. It is for this materialism: andWIIEHEAS.
the electorate but purpose they are grown in Florida by
or misinterpreted has no bearing the argumentson development at
No. S (Providing for appointive on the principle that a person's sex one side seem just as strong as profit. They want purposes exemption enormous from the ornamental plant growers and merchandised gambling produces ..
Public Service Commission--) should not deprive him or her of any those on the other and do not appearto tax if they held the land prior to 1971- throughout the U.S. vice which corrupts home life
Against basic rights. We recommend "yes"on warrant a change in the Constitu- and Proposition 7 would do just that. business and public service and spreads
No. 2. tion. Growing white eggplant Is very crime poverty: notherefore..
similar to that for common kinds. It
>4o. 8 (Providing for merit retention To sugarcoat the pill. No 7 holds out
may be started from seed and is well BE IT RESOLVED that Florida
and appointment of county and the promise of "authorizing" the
adapted to container culture. Baptists pray for divine direction in a
circuit Judges-Agamst.) GRAHAMMIXSONThe Legislature to adjust homestead Although very little information is campaign to prohibit any further
exemption to compensate for the rate available on Its problems in Florida. it extension of this evil and
No.7 Finance and taxation issuesAgainst. )-
of Inflation. But the of
prospect is that those such
suspected as spider
Right Team for FloridaIn reduced taxes on homesteads seems mites and wilts would also affect BE IT Ft'KTHEH RESOLVED that
No. 8 Appointive Education remote in view of the millions of dollars white eggplant. strong support be given those political
CommissionFor. in taxes that Proposition 7 would candidates who exemplify morality in

save the special interests. Gardeners wishing to buy seeds private as well as in political prac

No. 9 (Casino Gambluig)-Against the intervening weeks between the Second Primary and the probably will have trouble finding a tice; and
General Election on November 7 "GRAHAM-CRACKER'' team Florida voters should not have the seed source. However it is not too
No. 1-There are good, bad. indifferent has the kind wool pulled over their eyes and uncommon to find a potted plant BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that
and provisions In emerged as leadership we'd feel comfortable with at should vote against Proposition 7. which could be taken home repotted. the Slate Board of :Missions of the
the helm of state government for the next four Florida Stale
the Basic Document revision To get ; years. set out-of-doors In a warm environment Baptist Convention urge
PROPOSITION 8-Provides for an in the all Florida Baptist to vote against the
what he likes in this grab bag. the or kept original
voter must hold his nose and swallow For better balance in governmental experience, business appointive state Board of Education container l legalization<< of Casino, Gambling in

some things his better Judgement tells experience, and political philosophy it would be hard to find a which would take over the duties now Florida.

him he should reject. It seems that combination to beat the personable, energetic, innovative young held by the Governor and his Cabinet The edible "White Beauty"eggplant Pastor Deacons and
some better way of amending the senator Bob Graham and his running mate, the respected which now sit as a Board of Educa is another story. Its fruit are Members of Kingtley Lake
constitution could be found that would from West tion. This revision would also give borne well off the ground on sturdy Baptist Church
businessman-legislator Florida. Wayne Mixson.
not place the voter in such an unten- constitutional status to the Board of upright four feet tall plants. Its'

able bad is position.a gray In area between of trivialities the good that and Elected to the House of Representatives in 1966 Graham served for Regents the operation invested regulation with responsibility control foliage tinge is of a purple rich light of other green strains.withoutthe It 3 New Stops Set

have no business cluttering up the there until 1970 when he began his first term in the State Senate. and management of the university is large fruiting being even larger
Constitution. He has been recognized for his political contributions by a number system. than "Black Beauty' a popular for Bookmobile

of organizations, winning the coveted Allen Morris award four Florida variety. Fruits reach a size of
Among the items in No. I that in The citizens board of education: with 4 pounds and are shaped round- Beginning tomorrow (
Friday ;Nov.
times for his outstanding leadership in the House and Senate the
; the duty to establish educational oblong similar to "Black Beauty."
our opinion have some merit are: 3> the bookmobile of the Bradford
St. Petersburg Times "Moat Valuable Member of the Senate" policy for the State has been recom- Seed cavities are confined to the County Public Library will make

-Prohibiting counties from taxing award in 1972; and several awards in the field of conservation.No mended for Florida by various statewide blossom-end half. Flavor Is reputed to three new stops to Improve
commissions for be mild when
municipal residents. for county services intermittently deliciously fixed in accessibility.
unless they can show they had less impressive is the record of the "cracker" half of the team. fifty years. It would appear that under batter and without much trace of Tomorrow the bookmobile
such a board Florida's educational bitter taste. It should be harvested will stop
actually benefitted from these services Mixson who has developed a reputation as leader in at the
Wayne system might advance faster than when solid and while skin is still Handy Way Store at SR-16! and
agricultural legislation and development during his long legislative under the present board. comprised of glossy. 'SK-2JI: .between 10 a.m. and noon at

Allowing the Governor to suspendan career being one of the few full-time farmers in the Florida the Cabinet which can devote only Kelly Restaurant on SR-223 at
indicted Cabinet officer for misfea- Legislature. limited time to educational matters. r. -, i Law ley from 12'30-1'20 p m., and at
the Lawte City Hall from '
sance or malfeasance as he can sus- ) .402.30p.m.
pend state and county officials. City Graham's background of governmental experience has been Although there is some opposition to !'JIIM .
officials can now be suspended only writing the Board of Regents into the
after indictment. evident in his well-defined long range plans to cope with. the tax Constitution it appears that the fears These changes will be tried

and industry-shortage problems of Florida expressed by some-thai this would temporarily in a continuing effort to

Placing open meeting and public give the regents control over all provide more convenient and efficient

record laws in the Constitution rather To stem the tide of escalating taxes. Graham proposed a two-year education in the State. kindergarten residents.The library service to community

than having them subject to changeby freeze on'present levies and the appointment of a tax study through college, is not well founded.

the Legislature. commission to explore in depth the means of developing a more library requests a reaction
The language in the proposed from leadersand
Items we do not approve Include: equitable tax base in Florida-one that will give the middle income amendment is essentially the same as Movable type was first employed how they like the bookmobile new, arrangements.users on

taxpayers a break and dose the loopholes which allow moniedcorporations that found in the present Florida Statutes around 1000 A.D. in Write or phone the library at 9644400..OWftf .
-Liberalizing requirements for bail to escape paying their fair share. spelling out the responsibilitiesof China.
bonds by proposing that judges con the Regents. The advantage of

sider all methods of pre-trial release On the matter of new Industry. which is so badly needed by all placing. such a provision in the Constitution .

before setting monetary bail. Florida and especially once-agricultural small counties such as is to provide stability and continuity -

-Requiring a two-thirds vote of a Union and Bradford. Graham has a record of attracting new In- not to the be university secured under system which .
might statutoryauthority ,
grand Jury before an Indictment can dustries for his Miami Lakes development in South Florida and alone. 'O .
be returned. \
believes he can do the same for the rest of the state. His plan includes :iliip4.

-Allowing lawyers to counsel witnesses local option tax incentive programs allowing Florida Since the quality 01 education In the .

in the grand Jury room. localities to compete with Georgia. Alabama. and other State is obviously open for Improvement O .
,we recommend a "yes" vote on
Southeastern states that have been the bulk of industries
Issues In No. 1 that seem debatableand getting new No. 8.
in recent M. MILLER
about which we would want more years. '
information before PROPOSITION 9-The provision for Publishers
making a ,
include: Graham showed good' Judgment in his selection of a runnlngmate legalizing casino gambling Florida
for lieutenant pwenor-and hid ry bu proved that circumstances: received a unanimous negative vote Published each Thursday-and entered aa second: Class Matter

-Establishing a separate Department can and do occasionally: compel a change in the Governor's office in by all eight sources on our opinion at the Post Office at Starke, Fla uncle Act of March 3. 1879. v
of Health lit is now under the tally, with only one abstaining. We
mid-term. Should such an Instance occur in the Graham-Mixson ; trade 11 '4
division of Health Rehabilitative have repeatedly recommended a Subscription rate In area per year. six months.
Services). administration, the people of Florida need have no fear that their "no'" vote on this question and continue Outside trade area: *8 Per year 4M Six Montr. .
government will be in good hands, no matter which man is calling to do so In this the final issue of
-Banning binding arbitration in the signals. our publication before the General Phone 804-0306 Starha..FJgrtdltZlp4A
public labor disputes. Election on November 7.

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dOMt'and parlayed It Into 381 yards throughout the game, Tornado offense hit paydirt in fast defenslveend Mark Moaley recovereda PANTHERS BOARD Lewis got seven yards between them
rushing and a 21-13 District SAAAvtetary Tyson then ran two of the three order. Panther fumble at the home 37 after on twoeal'l'lallut when Lewis lunged
over Palatka Friday October: basic veer option plays that worked so On first and 10 from the BUS St he and cornerback Donald Reddish Palatka had first and 10 back at for the first down mt.rkeron third and

%71.to run Ita season grid mark to$-2. well all night for Bradford. First he Norman kept for 14.From the Palatka turned an option play Into a disaster their 18 after the exhange and things three he ho bunched up by defensive
The Tornadoes stayed hot on the busted up the middle on a dive play 49 Reddish pounded for eight Then on but Bradford couldn't cash the still looked well In hand for Bradfordbut end Mark Mostey and safety Dwayne
trail of a playoff .pot with the road that went for 12 yards and on the next the third play Tyson covered the last possession In for points. Two Reddish quicker than a*BHS fan could say Cummings for a Iou of a yard. A 94
win while pushing the 4-4 Panthers to play took the wide pitch against a 41 yards of the "march" on a dive off and one Tyson carries netted Jut five "we re killing them" Brown showed yard field goal try to Hull was well off
the backbumer of the District race : perfectly diagnosed by right guard that turned Into''a sprint yards and freshman punter Scott the speed he's noted for on a 73: yard the mark aa"Paabody" Rogers slicedIn
that now should be decided when St Norman and tipped off 50 yards 'when blocks by Jay Griffls Allen Allen finally had to take the long snap bootleg sprint that made the game a to rush the attempt

Augustine, come to Bradford before being caught at the! -,ard line Scott and Ronald Mathews boosted and! kick the ball to Palatka. Allen clone one again. Palatka'conversion
!fIeld to face BHS November 10. by Panther Eric Reeves. Two sneaks the 170 pound Tyson Into the home drilled a 32 yard boot Into the endzone made It 14-7 with 8:44 to go In the half. TORNADO MARCH FRUITLESSTaking

After their power-I offense bogged with covered the last two feet team's secondary. Marcus Cruce to let the Panthers up at their 20 and Tyson scooted out to the BUS 38 on
down In consecutive losses to the q terback's score coming added conversions after both TD'a the Tornado defense, working with a the kickoff return but a holding the ball at Its 20 Bradford'soffense
Gainesville Eastslde and Ocala with just over two minutes gone In the and with 7:08 to go In the first quarter lead for the first time In six quarters penalty moved the Tornadoes back to churned out a 76 yard drive
Forest Bradford Herd Coach David first quarter. BHS led 144 Ina game that was was again all over Palatka. their 30. Two plays later Norman and but came up empty-handed when
Hurse and his staff reverted back to After Dale "Peabody" Rogers expected to be dominated by close Tyson didn't hook up on a backfield Patatka toughened near the goal line.
the veer offense (with some added blanketed a Brown to Shelley pass play and not by either team. exchange and former Bradford JV Norman ducked two tackier at the
wrinkles) which they started the year attempt and sophomore tackle Frank As the first quarter wound down The Panthers punted the ball back player Scott Hull recovered the BUS:30 and raced 40 yards to do most

with and which had. sprung Swindell grounded the scrambling Palatka still searched for offense of to Bradford and BUS set up at Its 33, fumble on the bounce, running .10 of the damage and Tyson followed
quarterback Jeffery Norman for 56 Brown for a two yard loss Palatka its own but at least slowed the marching Into enemy territory before yards to the BHS 23. with an 18 yard burst off the left side
yards on keepers last year when stalling. Norman knifedfor 23 on a crucial third and five play
Bradford ------- ---------- markers on four carries but Tyson's run moved BHS to the home
topped Palatka 127. This. a 15 yard BUS DEFENSE!\ PROTECTS LEAD
time it was even more successful. holding penalty wiped out a 17 yard

Norman bolted for 148 yards on 19 gainer by the senior QB and ended the With the pressure on them for the more football 8B
keepers while halfback Marvin Tyson. Tornado threat. the game moved first time Bradford's defense rose up on pg.
rolled 184 yards on 18 carries to crack Into the second quarter. and protected the 14-7 lead. Panther

the 1,000 yard mark for the season.
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5-2 BHS Trys 'To Carry MoIrietltulll.'Int'

Ocala Vanguard Game Tommorow Night,:

"'11M!y seem to me to boa team that turn; running back Marvin Tyson Darryl Mldcap, 187, Is a solid hitter week they'll probably come out and
It sleeping Just ready to explode," bruised shoulder, and a handful of who is called 'quick, and aggressive" puss against us Hartley laid.
Secondarr.Coach Mike Hartley Mid of players who were wheezing and by Bradford scouts and corottrback Johnson doubles a* a tailback--
Bradford*Friday night, November 3, coughing early In the week and Barney Johnson, 175, Is another senior defensive back for the Knights and he
opponent Ocala: "If we go missed practice sessions. In addition who Is touted as a defensive standout Is Vanguard' top running threat,
down there not rear to play they defensive lineman Josh Sutherland Is Offensively the Ocala school will according to the scouting report. He i I
could embarrass us. In a full length cast and out for the run out of both the I and split back wears number 40 and Is strong quick
It wouldn't be unusual for the season. formation and will shift often from ball-toter.
Tornadoes to do Just what Hartley Is Vanguard started the season with one to another. Quarterback Jeff "We need to carry the momentum
cared of, look past the 3-& Knights to just one starter from last year's 8-3 Hiker Is a 6-2, 195 pound senior who we have through the Vanguard
Mock of Scot* Allen,
the November 10 District ft-AAA playoff club and early season Injuries Harsays will test the Tornado game," summed up Offensive Une Quarterback Jeffrey Norman manuevrrs behind the
showdown with St. Augustine Alter made them even weaker but they secondary. Coach Bob Hancock. "They have a 13 la Bradford's 21.13 victory over Palatka. Norman was a thorn I la the P.nIIMor'l
all, Vanguard's lowly record and the welcomed four starters back from the "1 le stands back there and rifles the good football team and we can't let side all night long,rushing for 148 yards on veer keepers
fact that the game ha, no bearing on Injury list last week and that foursome ball and after they saw Palatka complete down."
the district race make Friday's Ocala contributed in the Knight's 44-23 the short passes against us last I
Booster Stadium clash lens than cru- thrashing of Lake Weir Friday night. .
cial. But Hartley and the rest of the Before that Vanguard had lost to
coaches say it also wouldn't be too North Marion in their lid-lifter 22-4! 10-2 Lady Tornadoes Enterer, v",, 't<
surprising to see Vanguard, the was nipped by 6-1 Eustls 14-19, beat ,i ;tV;\ '
defending District 6-AAA playoff Leesburg 6-0. lost to Gainesville District alr
entrant, beat a Tornado outfit that Buchholz 20.30, was clubbed by 7.1 Volleyball Tourney TodayBradford ,
Isn't at Its best Lake Wales 41-0, and lost to Alachua -
"They don't look like a 2.5 team" Santa Ke 14.25.Defensively High School's volleyball Cove-Clay in Thursday's tournament
warned Head Coach David Hurse, the Knights are huge team won Its sixth straight match to Clay County stopped the Lady Tornadoes
"they are a big tough team and withus across the front wall. Their football close out the regular season with a 10- in the first round of last year's
beat up a little bit after the Palatka program shows 240, 230, 200, 185, and 2 record and are now setting their District Championships Bradford
game we are In for a tough football 175 pounders lining up on the ball and sights on the District S-AAA tournament hasn't faced Green Cove this year but
game down there." Hurse said those figures are probablya at St. Augustine today. (Thurs- Ms. Harvey notes the Blue Devil Girl
Bradford's walking wounded In- shade lighter than the black-jer- day, November 2), are again expected to be the class of
clude nose guard Kevin Reddish withan seyed Knights will actually be. They The Lady Tornadoes bopped the district if her team can't pull off
ankle Injury of undetermined are basically a 5-2-4 defensive team Macclenny-Baker County 15-12,1S-S In an upset. BHS has faced the other two nh
seriousness, tackle Fred Woods, ankle but will vary that scheme. Linebacker their last regular season match district teams, Palatka and St.
Thursday, October, but a slow start Augustine, twice each this year, n
and generally sluggish performance winning all four games. I ,
against the now 1-11 Lady Wildcats Expected starting lineup for Brad-
save the Impression that BUS was ford's District tourney play will be
looking past the match to the District Janice Jockel, Sandra Barnes Terri v,+
Tournament."Our Parrish, Cecilia Infante, Janice
LOOK FOR THE girls were jumping up and Berry, and Terri Thomas. ,
down before the match and I think Today's first round action starts alI
they thought they were just going to -IS p.m. with Green Cove squaring tfrThSrr
kill Macclenny," said Volleyball off against St. Augustine. Palatka: and
DONKEY ADVERTISEMENT Coach Inez Harvey afterward Bradford High tangle at 3 p.m. with
BUS District BridesmaidWith the winners of the semifinal contests
the taking to the court for the 4 p.m.
regular season over and
Bradford undefeated since finals.
The District champ moves on to the
26 the Tornadoes
Lady rate as a threat
to defending District champion Regional Championships scheduled
Green_. for
Tuesday, November 7. w

BUS safety Dwayne Cummings sets ail on an 18 yard punt return againni
Palatka.Cummlngs's return set up Bradford's final score In the win. :'

Helping people is what Coaches Applaud OffensiveIn i

BHS Win Over Palatka"This

was ,a' big big win for we're starting to get the consistency :
us"understated Bradford Head that we've been trying to get all year,
Football Coach David Hurse as he this Is what we have been looking : :
being a Congressman reflected on Friday night's 21-13 road for." '
victory over Palatka Hancock said Marcus Cruce got the :
And big it was. Aside from the fact Offensive Lineman of the Week -..
''that it kept Bradford deadlocked in Award for"playing his best ball game :
the chase for the District 5-AAA title of the year at guard one spot over .
with pre-season favorite SI. Augustineit from where he played the first six '
was also a win that "came when we games of the year, center, The interior -
had been down on our luck with two line coach also cited AI -
is all about. straight losses." according to Hurse. Chapman for solid play in his conversion -
The Bradford football boss was from guard to center and praisedJay
"Tk especially pleased with the offense, a Griffis for his work In his first full _
-r .. ,source of concern disappointment game at guard''Hancock! that (A\.S4"
r- In. the back-to-back losses to tight end-wideout Mark-1\fltehell''
Gainesville Eastside and Ocala moved in to see some action at weak :
of the citizens
Meet a few Congressman Don Fuqua has
Forest."I side tackle In the veer offense. and :;
recently assisted either individually or for their commu- was very pleased with our offensive performed well.Defensively .
effort," Hurse praised "our the Tornadoes allowed
nities or institutions. You've probably seen or heard their offensive lineman Marcus Cruce, yardage but stopped l Palatka when
Allen Scott, Fred Woods, Jay Griffis they had to. Coach Hurse said they _
comments on radio and TV. Though their stories are each Ronald Mathews and AI Chapmandid "made the big plays when they had ":
good solid jobs of blocking and our to" but Defensive Coordinator Mike
unique, they all agree on one thing Don Fuqua was well.backfield executed the offense very Sexton wasn't as complimentaryabout I

ready to help when they needed him. Just as he will be "I thought Jefferey Norman had the couple Bradford's of long Palatka inability drives.to stop a '"

best night of his career and Marvin "We have been giving up too many
when you do! Tyson and Doug Reddish both ran long drives lately," Sexton said.
hard and well. We also got good "We've been buckling down when we I
downfleld blocking from our wideouts need to like when we stopped Palatka :
Kenny Clark and Scott Allen It was on fourth and one at our seven but I : :
just a good offensive ballgame for. still don't like to see people move the : /
us. ,ball on us, we have to improve in that ; :
Offensive Line Coach Bob Hancockwas area" :
also understandably happy with Sexton agreed that the fourth and : ,
enlas *i' i the play of his interior group thatopened one play was the "one that sealed the ; j i I
\ holes for a 3H6 yard rushing victory." : .

night."This was the best group'effort "Isaiah Jenkins and Dale Rogers : ; I
we've had this season." Hancock penetrated and hit the runner in the i
stated proudly "we've had people backfield and Mark Mosley and :
.. give good individual efforts throughout Richard Milner got him at the line of : : i
the season but against Palatka we scrimmage on the play" Sexton said ? : I
James EatonFlorida Jeanne PhillipsGainesville Dr. RenlamlaPeny/ Nicholas Gonzales Donald Hale Rhonda Hayes Hon.S.T. McDowell came together and played well as a of the defensive surge that protected .vj
A & M Florida & M Gainesville U. 01 F. Student Grttna LlvsOilt group. The kids are stillyoung but the 21-13: margin of victory. :: :
The defensive mentor said Mosley, : 5
T 1':4 'd>?rs who had another big defensive play I
with a block of an extra point, defen- : :
give tackle Frank Swindell., and : 7
opposite tackle Fred Woods shared : .
r the Defensive Front Player of the :
Week Award for playing their : :
positions well ?
Li&.gAlbert Overall we had a pretty fair i;:!
I defensive effort, especially in the first --7
half when the long run by their I :
quarterback was about their whole J
offense" ij i

DeFlnaJtllthistee let pounc.y Dick Chison Hon. Adel Demont, Ann Hefferman llnnJe CorblitStemhatchee Chuck Phillips Secondary Coach :Mike Hartley also : ;
Quincy GrandRidpe Sneads Lanark Village + Bromon Ask .had praise for his backfield. : _
"'We played l well they 'completed .i
..' r{ + the short passes, in the second half : '
Charley sp against us but those '
were plays that -;
4 : the linebackers have to cover" -. '
ti Donald Reddish and Richard !Milner : ;'i/
..... t. E. shared the Defensive '
,. = tC- : .1f'., .. "",). Week Award for their Jack! outstanding of the ': ;:
{ G h.' .. .. corner' play. Reddish was burned on q
1 Johns (the 72 yard TD run by Panther QB
k '
.,.. ." James Brown
I played "a heck of -
... P /a ;
,+ game other than that said Hartley : :\
( !: "1 ,, ".J About' This Question: Hartley said both safety Dwayne :':1Cumming.i \ '
and '
..l I :..nI H: ill JUaV.t. tM "Spring cleaning should'' Rogers played the monsterback run well. Dale ; '--

Dr.Brace Matured Mrs. lay Willis Cecil tar, Sf. lsrry Runnels Melanie Hatch Nino Vlolante Carrie Baker include an 'airing' of insurance ':.We were more aggressive! in our -.?
Florida A 5 M All hi Gtintsvlllt/ Tallahassee F.S.U. Student Tallahassee MtritnmWORKING policies to be play against the run than we have :5

sure that new risks are been but we car) still get better at It." ';:: 3

DON adequately covered *** ** * *V

KEEP expense without of the overlapping needless !If SERVICE MEN [(J

I policies. Does the ,:
-iT Charley E. Johns * *_* *> *.*.*y :TjP

1' Agency local Independent .
I \'t. Iswc:Cum rnlngn
agent offer a free Trains a*Cannoneer

survey .of Insurancepolkiee FORT SILL' Okla,- Pvt. Isaac
to be certain of Cummings. Jr.. whose parents live on
reasonable coverage?" Route 2, Starke. recently completed
training as a cannoneer under the One
Charley E.., Station Unit Training OSL'T)
program at Fort Sill. Okla. '
JOHNS AGENCY OSUT is a 13-week: period which
combines basic combat training with

FOR YOU L IN CONGRESS! 131 S. WALNUT!. advanced individual training.

Cummings entered the Army In
Paid lor by Fuqua; for Congress CommltlM-.mocrt PHONE.; 964-507Q _'J" July of this year. He Is a 1978 graduate.
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I '\1 Palntka Beaten front 5B
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I.' side's seven first and goal but the were 7 called against Palatka and one con"e..loo'.OO Bradford wa*Q'n AJ} 1@"IN.roJ ''IEftI nlS; :: r.ming

Panthers wouldn't be backed Into Bradford In the rough district control 21.7.PANTIIERSCOME. :' '';". ,. .
their endzone. Norman got three on a rivalry. ,. 47.,. Tht sejKmd unsportsmanlike .'
veer keeper. Tyson got one to the conduct penalty against the hosts
three yard line and then on third and CVMMINGS: RETURN:: SETS VP TD helped Bradford play field position AI
goal Norman was dumped for a one RIGHT BAt'kPalatkl they worked to protect the lead. With The
yard IOM. Marcus Cruce was called In After Dwayne Cummings ripped off tha ball In Fanther territory Tyson
to attempt a 26 yard field goal with an la yard punt return to the Valatkaa still refused to surrender failed 10 get the last six inches needed
lust over 30 seconds to go in tne half unHporlsmunltke conduct call hopes for a district title, marching 65 on a third and three run but punter
but Panther Alphomo Hill batted the and an offside penalty against the yards with the ensuing kick to CUM Scott Allen ignored a terrific rush and
kick down to keep his team within a hosts moved the Tornadoes to the the gap. booted a 36 yarder down to the Bench
touchdown as the team made way for PalaUta 15. Doug Reddish got to the Brown started to roll out and threw Falatka six as the third quarter was ,
the halftime Homecoming activities II on a first and five run and a from the Panthers T and I formation coming to an end.
Palatka put a scare into BUS after Norman nix yard keeper offset a five seta and Shelley continually found
the second half kickoff as the slippery yard Illegal procedure penalty open ground In the Tornado BUS DEFENSE BENDS
Shelley ripped off a 21 yard gainer on against BIIS to give Bradford first and secondary. The pair started the DOESN'T: BREAK With Buddy Colling
a counter play but b buck-to-buck III just outside the BUS 10 yard line. march with a 20 yard pitcrnind-run 4
penalties pushed the panthers back 20 Tyson got to the five on a run to the play that moved PUS Into BUS Brown threw to Shelley twice for 23 I. ? wBC's
yards and ended the threat. left side and Reddish broke two arm territory and ended It with a 23 yard and 17 yards and squirted 18 yards ona
Penalties were called often In the tackles to score on the next play with TO pans. Both times Shelley caughtthe QB draw play a.. the Panthers Hedge Aided
game with seven nags going against 6' 11 to go in the third quarter Again ball 10-12 yards from the lire of pushed Inside the BHS 10 on a 14 play, FAMUWta Streak
each team. Two late hit penalties Cruce was on target with the scrimmage and had room to roam.THERE'S drive that covered 76 yards. Palatka Florida A M's glittering winning streak ended a couple of weekends with a
converted for five first downs along 24-21 loss to Tennessee State but the Rattlers are still ranked filth among the

-- -- -- the way with the last setting them up nation's division I-AA college football teams and BUS grad Sheldon Hodge hb..
first and 10 at the 17. On first down played big role In the FAMll success story _.
Wayne Lewis moved to the 14 before from
who graduated
Fred Woods dumped him and on Hodge
in 1975. has
second! down Lewis went off right Bradford High Rattlers at
for the
guard for four before Mosley and every game
end this season and consistently -
Swindell him. On third
ENTIRELY.YOURS. Frank stopped graded out high as the
and three from the 10 Brown pitched black Tallahassee
to Shelley on an option right but predomlnatly stretched the nation's longest
Cummings new In from his deepback school
streak to 17 games.
active winning
spot to halt the speedster at the eight, AM won Its first five games
a yard shy of the first down marker Slate 37-
,21.7 over Albany
this season
On fourth and one the lines dug in on
28-7 over
both Hides Lewis gut the call again and 0 over Delaware
Howard U., 43-0 over Maryland
was hit In the backfield and stacked Morris
Eastern-Shore and 56-0 over
up near the line of scrimmage( by Brown before being derailed by T-
and Richard
Mosley and crunched Tuskegee 41-3 last t
Milner. Officials! called time to State
measure and the sticks showed Saturday.In
I'alatka short by inches the loss to Tennessee State, a Division I school. Sheldon made five
unassisted tackles and was In on four others. On the year he's graded out in the
ACO.OPTIRE FOR OFFENSE BEST DEFENSE 90's twice,the no's three times,and in the 70's only once on a 100 point scale that
EVERY mUCK.TRACTOR, rates a player's performance In each ballgame. Those performances have won
CAR-AND IMPLEMENT OMYOUfcFARM. With 6-29 to go Bradford's offense him praise from Head Coach Rudy Hubbard and Defensive Coordinator Fred
became the best defense money can Goldsmith who received a pleasant surprise when the 64. 200 pounder moved
buy as they chewed up ground and ran himself into the starting lineup In fall practice after being ticketed for reserve
i Whenever you need tires, the game Into history With Reddish, duties
there's only! one thing you needto Norman and Tyson tipping off chunks In Hodge's senior year at BUS he helped anchor a stout defensive unit on n
of yardage against the stacked team that was 10-2 and a state semlfinalist.
know: Co-op tires at your
Panther defense the Tornadoes ran Hodge Tangled With Another BUS Grad;
Farmers Mutual Exchange"Because the clock down to zero to Insure the Andrew Carter Saturday
no matter what Kind win. ending their drive on the Palatka

of vehicles you operate Co-op four yard line. Sheldon probably banged heads with '76 Bradford High grad Andrew Carter a
has the tires for them. And Doug Reddish started the march few times last Saturday when FAMU whipped Tuskegee. Carter is a second
we "
with a seven yard run off guard that year freshman running back for the Golden Tigers and a semi-starter: .e ,, "
sell and service 'em.
Included a vault over two tackier and
Co-op tires have been gave BUS breathing room. Tyson Notes en Tornado FootballIf

researched and developed carried for 27 yards along the way and J Bradford tops Ocala: Vanguard Friday night It would give Head Coach I
Norman for 41. On the last play
especially for farm needs.The Norman directions from the sidelines David llurse win number 120 In his 17 year career as Bradford football boss. :
.l right size The right tread.The to scramble got around the backfield The milestone would come against just 51 losses and seven ties to give Hurse '
."' one of the premier career records the Florida prep coaching ranks. Along the I
Theseare and chew the last seven seconds of
longest possible life-span. up
In way Hurse has had six playoff teams Including two state championship clubs.
the He found running room
the game.
qualities built into every front of him and erased the last ticks and one Region champion. 1.
j. Co-op tire. And when you buy on the clock with a 20 yard run to the !.

,' them through your FMX," you're ', four Bradford brags about"owning the fourth quart r" but Defensive CoordinatorMike '
;hI. assured of getting the right tire aril PHI Sexton says the Tornado defense hasn't dominated the last stanza like I'
L for the job.. at the right rnce.. .J they want to.
:1d.1-. ; t ? We make a point of knowing our Plr...,_tD"v.wnl. 41.II 1M .3111 tl "I think we've given up seven points In the first quarter, seven in the second i
; tires and how to match them to rd.ln..4' n seven In the third and 37 in the fourth quarter this season and that's bad new. II
.;i: :. .c..1nt .J4 .13. Sexton said. "We need to toughen up in the second half and slay aggressive,
.,;.; your requirements. **IKM_..., M llP that fourth quarter has to be ours.'

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J Stiler tires. Makeus 1978 student enrollment figures have been released by the FLORIDA HIGH
r 1 1tswi Ie....i.> SCHOOL ACTIVITIES ASSOCIATION and Bradford High Is still awfully small
r l i prove it. Next .. ...MOTM t v>rd rim Crud* kiCk 1..1Ty when compared with athletic opponents and other class 3A schools.
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etflJd: ,!J: ; 4 set y F .idu9 t oIf /"JnIC! : ,y.9 n d Em I t .. .Ml w.41...,vnt,_.ruifc tHti"c... klcHi kick: 14 14Jl4r ta BH3 baa TSlboys and girls In the top three grades as of Januaryi'l97,' .im rw'
r- the football schedule alerts>i2A ''VvKSC:,
6nlyUhree on 78
tires, come see *Mm i yard run Cnic: moi n r than opponents
.G.4 ,I We're llwir.y 11 y.r.MM Iran..r..n kick tollMti' 11. NASSAU. MACCLENNY-BAKER COUNTY with 744. and GREEN ltVK-;
: : 1 I us. entirely ., n CLAY with 695. OCALA FOREST had 1.360 high schoolers at the beginning of
;. 9\J 4I yours. the year. PALATKA 1358. GAINESVILLE BUCHHOLZ 1.340.: ST.

V h I SISTER The3A classification Includes schools with from 561 to 1.440 students enrolledso
t .' .,'s a smaller 3A club could play against a school well over twice its size. The
KATHRINE size difference 4A can be even greater because schools in that classification
.'. run from 1.44110 the near 4000 students MIAMI SENIOR HIGH has 2A includes .
t Spiritual. Heater And schools with from 222 to 560 students with IA Including schools with
under 222 students enrolled.
Advisor On All 'rd..m.Call Things aren't getting any better for BUS which has shrunk from tU4: studentsIn
1977 but lest one think a smaller school can't compete lake note of what
GAINESVILLE HIGH SCHOOL doing in the last season In the 4A ranks. The
Now For Appointment])
FARMERS MUTUAL EXCHANGES 'Canes just might be the smallest school In the state uith only 1.385 students t
904X328-5863 enrolled this year but have been atop .the 4A football rankings since I he
I. beginning of the year.
Palatka 9 A.M. 9 P.M. The KHSAA rcclassifies the state's schools every two years and In l<))76 GIIS
2226 North Temple Ave. Stirkc Florida, 964-7871
had 1.4K7 students The new rectifications will lake effect next year and]
CHS will be dropped down to the 3A level.

.. : VOTE NO I JV. Gridders- Host Buchholz. '

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,, Bradford's JV Tornadoes 'plaved Is 4 p.m. at Bradford Field The '

The Casino Gambling People Are Trying To Use Facts And Figuros In An Effort To Distort. j Palatka the year tougher but the than results they had were earlierin the jayvees Thursday.close November out the season 9, at against home

The Real Truth rr..: *" same-a loss for BUS Thursday night Macclenny-Baker County
; ; October 25. at Bradford Field. "We lost It on mistakes." said
r The Baby Tornadoes fell 13.8 to the Chenoweth of the Palatka loss "we
Panther Jayvees Thursday for their hit as well as they did and got after
THE TRUTH IS' GAMBLING IS BAD FOR FLORIDASatan fifth loss In six games this year but the them but" we just made too many mistakes
game marked an Improvement from .

Is The Great Deceiver, He Did It In The Beginning And He Is Still Doing It Today, an"We earlier lost 19-0 to them loss to before the same when club.we henoweth cited noseguard Kenny

Gambling Will Help Rob Children Of The Proper Types Of Livelihood As Satan Uses'This had with five us so or six this of Is the obviously varsity players an jmprovement 'UoKter Muck and, Darryl defensive Thornton.backs Kenny Doniel

." said Head JV Coach Klherldge.: and Dwa>'ne Strickland for
To Destroy Fathers and Mothers. Sam Chenoweth. "We're I I-S but their play defensively adding that
improving every time uut. W'e'be been Chuck Johnson filled In for Injured
== Williams at defensive end
Chuck a
JV should
Wrong Is Never Right No Matter How You Dolt. coming Today on Thursday like a Nov team:2). the Baby spot bly. Williams will bo suited up
h < ) Tornadoes will see If they've improved and ready for action today.
lineman Mark Cowart
to the Offensively
enough to play up
and Richard Stilt had good efforts
standards of Gainesville Buchholz. a
Galatians 6:7
: i imI 5.1 junior varsity toughie. Gametime against the Baby Panthers.

.: -f' ; "Be Not Deceived ; God Is Not Mocked For What So '

1. .I ,. Iii" Ever A Man Soweth That Shall '

r: ,, Do We Want Florida To Be Like 'Nevada? c.;':. ;, MUCNTMEYDO"Fi'wpeiiple

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..:; ::: '. > .. We The Members. Of _Horthside Baptist Church are necessary:do realize for how even many the unseen simplest details '

funeral serxicv. At our firm capable hands

n I: *' trained in a long tradition of personal: service\ .
You To Join With Us And Vote ..
'. Urge N..y .. handle these scores of details with quiet|

; .',.. thoughtfulness. No; service is too simple to

.,....,I I. --"I'' < ""W' command all their'' attentive. and it. undc'r..oIf!' .
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r /: : ; Harolct, Johnson "'.': ,'

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Nov.I, 1.7. TELEGRAPH Pale tA

I Fender To Miami For Televised PP&K I r Teams 1"-2 For==Homecoming Weekend WBC fl

',E.. ,.,, Stark* Richie Fender, left, win over Wayne Crlbb and Doug Tile Junior Midget won while the Steven JOnes helped the Bradford Recgle tack es Dimy Manning who
"I" display the trophy be won at the Green while his win last week came I other two Bradford Cowboy Pop club with a fumble recovery had three apiece.
October 21 Area Punt Pass and Kick by a whopping 79V! feet over an entrant Warner teems came out on the abortlend The Peewees were led defensively. This Saturday, November 4, the
Championship In Jacksonville. from Savannah Georgia.If in their games during! the Satur- by Barry Warren, with nine stops, Junior Peewees and Junior Midgets; I
ri I t Saturday November 4, Richie Fender win In Miami he will ..OCJ-28. Homecoming weekend: Billy Reyburg. six tackles.Erie Lane have open!' date while the Peewees
"tS leave for Miami for an all-expense move on to the national somlflnals- (for BC Pop Warner organization four tackles and Roger Jefferson. visit Middleburg for an 8 p.m. fame.
,S paid trip that will include his competition either the AFC or NFC champion-
In the Zone Championnhlp for ship-at December playoff game. The Junior Midgets stopped Keystone -
12 year old at the Miami Dolphin- The winners there win compete at the heights! 1M Saturday at Bradford -
Oaftas Cowboy pro football game. The Super Bowl January 7 for national Field to give the homecoming:
:)oIphin-<:owboy game is I to be televised tit .*. crowd something to cheer about
natl naUy. At least the passing Before that game the Cowboy Junior
F Crt of the PP&K event 1* expected to ._ Peewees were sapped by Orange LOOK FOR THE
at halftime. Park 314 and the local Peewee team

Fender' beat PP&K SCOT so tar 1 r / 1 '' was nipped 7-0 by Lake Butler.
1 baa been the 202'4 foot total he scored wq 1
f In the Area competition. Before) that Bright spot In the Junior Peewee 1 '
he had won the local competition in'Jt ,' I Joss was the defensive play of Aaron mmiT@ ADVERTISEMENT
Jacksonville with a 250 foot total and ,v I,!, Mathews who had seven tackles and I : :" :' '; .A I,.
started with a narrow win In Starke Chris Jackson, who had five stop. .. .' "I

with a his 242H win count.In the September"3olrStarke !aIn "" <;;;:'>; Sn"; old Germany It w.f Illegal

: area championship;t RichieS i X: to tl. nine knots In anything. ,',;, 'F
squeeked out a 242% to 242 to 238 foot I .

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ELECTION' :'i: : ; .

The Dolphins beat the Cowboys 13-6 .
Wednesday, October 25, in a battle of ,", '
league leaders in the Starke Recrea- '
tion Football Department's League. 6-9 year old Flag ., :;:.:. SAMPL'l1' 1 ,

The tight win over the Cowboys and .\'...... '
a subsequent win over the Raiders ' gave the Dolphins a 7-2 record at the ? ,i .:?:'..r' : :, i
end of the week while the are I.
9-3. TO VOTE for a candidate, mark a cross (X) In the blank space at the RIGHT of the name of the candidate. for whom

Wednesday's action: you desire! to vote. .f

Steeleri ZO-Ra Ider.0 bond debt and the acquisition and dis-
The Steelers defense clamped down'"' CONGRESSIONAL PROPOSED,. AMENDMENTS position ofstate, lands; and to provide revaluation of property every two years;
to authorize the
on the Raiders and led the winners to Representative l In"Congress that other cabinet duties' shall be transferred use of tax abatement and
their fourth win of the season. TO by law. increment for redevelopment of alum aH
Ron Brown scored on two runs of '2nd Congressional.District blighted areas; to provide that corporate
two yards and Allen Gonzales added a THE Income tax not be levied against the
TD jaunt to pace the Steeler offensive. Vote for On FOR E3 mar value
[ *) STATE OF FLORIDAMark appreciation property occurring

Dolphins 13 Cowboys< AOAINST prior to November 2,1971; to permit an
The Dolphins came back from a 6-0 DON FUQUA (Dem) a Cross (X) In the blank space at the annual adjustment to the homestead
halftime deficit to regain (pie ) right FOR the Amendment or AGAINST the REVISION NO. 5 exemption to maintain a constant value
possession of the league lead. Prolific PETE Amendment. Revision of Article IV, 10; ArticleV using 1979 as a base year and providing

scorer Wendell Shanks pulled the REVISION NO. 1 3b(3)( )( ) Executive (Public Service (or replacement of revenue to local

winner drat ao yard-run Into the!lead! andi&dded when he tiaef Wore4tI lORe,)/A)rwit\'V's ,'''!'rin! "{I'.i'httnnifnn"O..'lj.CTHTtT1;; I H 11.; wda.,.' F.{' .. a "..,.. IIv'B3stC'Dcrcur.rtent"" ; : "*", A,.,'. ..,..J"/; ,,"'" WV.'Commission. < : *! and Public Couns':' < ,)N _..., .governments may be wed, :to to prDVti&Vnit finance water state facilities bonds t"4'v

point conversion to put his club on top In Proposing a revision of ,the, Florida/ Proposing a revision of the Florida and be combined for sale to
76. Later Robert Pittman zipped Governor and Lieutenant GovernorVote may ; providethat
Constitution generally described os I the Constitution to provide for five-
from 30 yards away on a run that revenue bonds may only be issued
( for Group) Basic Document, the subject member service commission each
closed the scoring. embracing public for fixed capital outlay projects, to
The tough Cowboys had taken a 6-0 matter of Articles I (Declaration of member to be appoint ed by the governor limitations on revenue bonds and bond
lead on Chuck Coburn's 20 yard run BOB GRAHAM (Oem) Provision III of fewer three
Rights), II (General ), from a lint not than perssons .
notes issued
,' anticipation by local
and had played hard-nosed defense. 2 governments
(Legislature). IV (Executive). V submitted by a nominating commission
Scott Duncan had made a TD saving WAYNE MIXSON ; and to provide that revenue
flag "tackle" early in the game to Fo U"uIM.n' Governor (Judiciary), VI (Suffrage and( Elections). : and that siu-h members (shall: 1x- conririned bonds may be issued for housing and
help the Cowboys, JACK ECKERD (Rep) VIII (Local Government), X by the senate; and to establish a related facilities
For Governor (Miscellaneous), XI (Amendments) and public counsel to represent the people of

Monday's play: PAULA For' V eulennnt HAWKINS llovern"rSecretary XII (Schedule), except for other revision? the state before the public service fOR

Cowboys 8.Steelers 6 separately submitted for a vote on this commission.! B

3 The Cowboys held on two goal line of State ballot. fOR AGAINST '
3 stands in a scoreless first half andS =:EJ
then stopped a conversion play to beat [Vote for One) FOR E1 AOAINST
3 the Steelers 8-6 in Monday's opening AGAINST
% The winners took an 8-0 second half ., of Article IX
Mead on Chuck Coburn's' 45 yard f F ANDER CRENSHAW (Rep) REVISION NO. 2 Revision of Article V, 10 and 11a( ) Education
scoring run and a two point conversion Revision of Article I, 2 and (b) Judiciary (Selection and
Coburn to
Williams.pass The from Steelers came back to Declaration of Rights (Sex) Retention of Circuit and County a revision of the Florida

close the gap on a 32 yard scoring run State Treasurer Proposing a revision of the Florida Judges) Constitution to provide that the state

failed by Ron and Brown(the but Cowboys their extra were point back try on |Vot* for One iI | Constitution to provide that no persons Proposing a revision of the Florida board of education shall be apointed by

I the winning track. will be deprived of any right because' of Constitution to provide that circuit and the governor and confirmed by the
I BILL GUNTER (Oem) sex. county court judges submit t themselvesfor senate, and shall be responsible for the
0 and cordination of the
DoIphln.Cftalden management state
retension or rejection by the electorsin
Wendell Shanks figured In on every JEFFREY. L. LATHAM. (Rep-)- FOR 8 election six to system of public education; to provide
-- a general
every ;
TD as. the Dolphins bombed. the Jerry that the commissioner of education shall
AGAINST that the shall fill
Raiders 260.Shanks provide governor
be appointed by the board in the event
scored on two runs of 20 vacancies occurring by rejection or
Commissioner Of Education
REVISION NO.3 the office of elected commissioner is
yards and threw a 10 yard TD strike to otherwise from a list of at least three.
Robert Pittman as the winners built |Vot* for One| Revision of Article. 16 names submitted by the appropriate abolished; and to provide for the board of
up an insurmountable 20-0 halftime regVits. appointed by the governor andconfirmed
Legislative (Single-Member commission and to increase
lead. In the second half Shanks picked nominating ;
RALPH TURLINGTON (Oem) by the senate, which shall
off a Raider pass to set up the final ---- Districts and Reapportionment the terms of county court judges from the state
score of the day a 17 yard run by HERMAN B. WILLIAMS (Rap) Commission) four to six years. govern university system

Wendell. Proposing a revision of the Florida FOR

................ constitution to require single-member AGAINST a FOR 81
LEGISLATIVEState legislative district, and to establish AGAINST

SERVICEMEN reapportionment standards and a REVISION NO. 7

'********<********a Representative commission to prepare a reapportionment Revision Article VII; Article X, AMENDMENT NO.9
for and ,
25th House District plan legislative '.
congressional districts.' 12h( ) Article X, 15
|Vol. for One) Finance and Taxation Casino Gambling

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FRANK WilLIAMS (Oem) ... fOR : E3 Proposing a revision of the Florida Proposing an amendment to the State
5 HOWARD (Rep) AGAINST Constitution' to provide that property Constitution; authorizing state regulated -
I, DUNNq owned bv a municipality and held for privately owned gambling casinos
REVISION NO. 4 municipal purposes shall be exempt from but only In a restricted designated area
NONPARTISAN, Revision of' Article"IV; 1g( ), 3, 4, 5, taxation; to extend the personal propertytax of eastern Dade County and southern

JUDICIAL I 6, 8a); V exemption to>> till natural persons and Broward County extending ap.

r Article XI, 2 to extend to widowers the property tax proximately 16 miles north of Government
District Court Of Appeal :, Executive (Cabinet) exemption' of not loss than ri hundred Cut along the oceanfront; providing
'" ', '' dollars; to provide for ad valorem tax: for taxes on casinos to be appropriated
Shall Judge WOODROW M. MELVIN, SR.;' of : :Proposing a revision':- of the Florida exemption for leasehold: interests created for the support of free public schools and

in* 1st Dlstrkt Court of Appeal be retainedIn Constitution to eliminate the cabinet prior to January 1, 1978 in government, local law enforcement in the several
Office? composed of the secretary of state, the owned/ property;, to provide that leni i counties
'." "; / attorney general, the' comptroller, the hold interests in government property '
.J '*, treasurer, the commissioner of agriculture leased'for public purpose, in connection .
For Retention and the commissioner of educationin OR .. '
with air. water or ground( trarn| atlon EJ
Against Retention 'b"-r" January, 1V 83; and to provide in suchevent may IK exempt from taxation '. A
Pvl Thomas Smith that the governoracting; jointly provided by law;' to permit acljmtmenta 1 .J\ '.
'Complete Basic : !edd4-t-. .. 'with'at least one officer; as provided by to laxnlHssm'nbi: relating tojjatovk', i in! ''t 1 L, !rNwxvrafaaatarnxret: : ,: ;'
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of Mr. and ., ,: ; f ilaw shall be responsible\for (the invest"ment'of trade and livestock, historic prwperty'hnd "
Pvt.Thomas Smith Smith of BOB Starke has state funds the, management of solar energy! .systems; to permit! : the
Mrs. Thomas .
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7 Year Old Girl Wins Football Contest Kitchens' Tile'Turns Back Mac's 34-31 to Stay Unbeaten

Sevea-y ear-old De...a Waddell of S4Z Parker Street. ,SUrke,was our football League-Leader Kitchen' Tile KT:34-Mac's:}1 TD pass" from Green to Dennis Csrwford Short TD passes from Jackson:
contest winner this "week. turned back Its toughest local test of but almost lost for the first timeas Prevail to Buddy Peterson and Randy
Dlaelook the' ISO Ont place cash prize by hitting on I 11 of II winners icing the seaiton In a :34-91 win over Mac's Charlie Green and Chris Chandler Mac's 3-4 struck for three last half Corbin and an extra point pass from
her for the best contest effort of the year. She was II for II until the. Falcons Music. Shop that kept KT unbeaten traded TD tosses In this wild affair. TD's. Chandler threw TD passes of 30 Prevatt to Corbin accounted for
pset the Rams on' Monday Night Football and picked Houston to upset while Hampton stopped the Sharks 28- Green threw touchdown passes of Z3 and one yards to Sawyer and Willie Hampton's first half points while the
Arb.....Navy to whip Pittsburgh and Starke-Bradford to topple Palatka. 18 In men's flag football Sunday, yards to Tommy Reddish, S7 yards to Jenkins scooted 38 yards with an Sharks had scored twice on runs of 19
Denise says she. reads the sports section and watches every football game October 30. BIU Bailiff and scored himself. on a Interception return for a touchdownafter and nine yards by Greg Halle but
she can with her Daddy and then asks him who .Is favored In the games to be four yard run to give the winners! Jl- halftime as the upset attempt failed both times on their conversiontries.
pac ked. 13 halftime edge over Mac' which fell Just short .
She said the entered the c..Ie4..o.he could send the'SO'o Santa Claus. had scored on a SS yard bomb from The winners held the Sharks to a
Bill Buby ofSUrke missed. two games, the Falcons win over the Rams and Chandler to Phillip Sawyer and a nine Hampton 2$.Sharks Greg Halle to Joe Gordon six yard
P.K. yon,..'.victory over K.y.toneU.I"'I." but hit the tiebreaker right on the yard hookup from Chandler to Wayne scoring pass In the second half while
button to claim second place. Buby's tiebreaker choice of 43 points chimed with Berry. The Hampton club stretched a slim scoring on a 32 yard pats play from
the 43 points Lake Butler-Union County scored In whitewashing Interlachen 43- In the second: half Kitchen's now 13-12 halftime lead to run its season Corbin to Paterson and a 40 yard
..Ricky Soles RL I. Bo* I78D. Lawtey look third with two misses.Soles picked 7pO. scored on a 20 yard Interceptionreturn won-lost card to 3-4: and drop the aerial score from Prevail to William
every game right' but Georgia Tech's win over Florida and Atlanta's victoryover by Wayne .teston and a 71 yard Charks to 1-6. Muse.
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*>i HO IN MERCHANDISE TO BE GIVEN TO Introducing .State mJ
A c Home Discount
: Each weekend football names will Tie games will be counted as misses u sear
THE SCORE OF STARKE ((8115)) AND ITS OPPONENT. be selected one In each ad on this unless marked as tie. Games played J
I page. Indicate which team you think before Friday night will be thrownout. 1 Iryour home is lens H.
Fill In the blank with your guess and bring to our store I will win and write the name of the Any games listed incorrectly due than 7 years old
before 6p.m. Friday proceeding game or get registration team opposite the advertiser's name to error or Incorrect due to Incorrect _,, --i you may nave with
blanks at our store in the entry blank...NO SCORES, just Information will be thrown out. "c State Farm. Find
In CM of lit 'Inert 3 with correct score or purest correct .co,. will win the winner. A two time winner will be R1{}: I'I''I'4 t out how much. Williamsi .
The prizes will be awarded each eliminated from participating In the 11ss4f r Call me today. ,
My Guess Is STARKE e. . OCALA VANGUARD. week on the basis of most games selected remainder of contest. 1141IIE4N\EltS: J- I t.ik/f'NNI/ |nrlifrtbor.
I, correctly. In case of tie. pick a The decision of the Judges Is final. I\51R{ l'E Sastel.rmtsthrre.
NAME....................._................_ __.. ______ number which you think will be the All advertisers and employees are Agent

ADDRESS_..............................._... -PHONE- _.- anyone largest number team that of Is points listed in scored contest by, eligible Telegraph to win.employees Only Bradford are not eligibleto County
and write the number in the enter contest.
?pen W.ek utt gtmt below same theme clolftl la .co of Sl gtm wins
provided in the entry blank... this will Clip out entry and mail or bring to '
be used as a tie breaker. In the event a Bradford County 'Telegraph, P.O. 119 N. Walnut Street Starke, Florida 964.5391
STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLY tie still exists, the total cash pot will Drawer A. Starke, Fla. All entries
964.5270 be divided equally among the must be In our hands .m.
219 E, wa.hina.or. St. PLEASE.
KEYSTONE vs HAWTHORNE winners. Friday. Only one entry SMU vs TEXAS A&M

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Homemakers Club which will meet
Thursday, Nov. e, at 10 a.m. at the
Agriculture Building. The Strawberries ThU SUt of Hfovtn SPvcial eq''kISheila
Each member will bring a favoriteprepared
Christmas recipe along with.
u a copy of the recipe at the Club'. -
( annual "Show and Tell" meeting.Th -
recipe will be placed beside each
individual dish on the table. All the I
recipes will be gathered together and Mrs. Leon Odom Shower HonoreeThe
compiled In a little booklet for (the
members for; Christmas. home of Mrs. Oscar Davis was Schmltt served punch.from a black
There will also be a table for the the setting for a stork shower pot. She was'dressed as a witch.
members to display crafts they have Monday Oct.30,for Mrs.Leon Odom.. The other hostesses were Mrs.Davis .
made. Some will be Christmas Ideas The den was decorated In the dressed as a ghost and Mrs.
with the traditional red and green, Halloween theme with orange, and Wayne Davis dressed as a scarecrow.
and some will be gifts that can be black streamers along the fireplace Games were played and prizes
made for any occasion: Each member mantle and skeletons, black cats nad awarded to Mrs. Prescott GUI and
entering a gift will show and tell about witches hanging around the room. Atackolantern Miss Gail Rhoden
her gift during the meeting.The / was placed on the TV The hostesses presented the
Senior Citizen's Club has been 'J accented in the corner with a honoree with a corsage and a baby
Invited as special guests .for the. '"+, scarecrow. book as a memento o< the occasion
November meeting. '., .' .......'... ..-. '"1'\\ It The gifts were received In a -.m .-.m.-, ..
AU interested members or visitors yJ"" A, I
.. bassinet decorated with a huge
are invited to attend this meeting and ,....'\. ....,!.I..."_. -. orange cad black bow. Adrlanne of Birmingham .
Miss Barry
,to share their own recipe ;or craft ....'... .. '" The cake table was covered with an Southern College Ala who
orange and black cloth topped with spend the weekend with her mother
I __ : white lace. The table was centered Mrs. A. J. Barry.hndasaguesl Miss
with a pumpkin cake flanked with Mary Evans of Jacksonville.
Kay Mnley small jack+lanters. Mrs. Charles
: r Stephen Crawford . . . . . ,
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Mr and M.... Martin Meng. .
Mr and Mrs Donny Mosley an- "

Lori Stinson and Martin Meng :, nounce the marriage engagement of and their approaching 33 % To _<* .. ,

Wed Oct. 21 in Hampton Baptist Church William daughter Crawford Sheila Kay son, of to the Stephen late 60 % /Ifm "A *'

Charles E. Crawford and Mrs. Betty
Hampton Baptist Church of covered cap secured: her fingertip veil Crawford of Starke. A-
Hampton was the setting for the of Illusion. She carried a nosegay of' The wedding will take place Friday.. Off
marriage of Lori Ann Stinson to silk champagne roses, white silk Nov. to. at 7:30: p.m. In the Clay Hill
Martin Lee Meng on Saturday, Oct. daisies dried baby's breath rose Baptist Church.All .
21. at 4 p.m. with Rev. Richard Mash- button flowers,peach star flowers and friends and relatives are Invitedto
burn performing the nuptials. dried leather leaf with a white peek-o-. Sheila Holmes attend.
The bride Is the daughter of Mr.and bow and streamers attached to a Franks Blackburn
Mrs. Wilclon W. Stinson of Mon white bridal bible.A Dr. Ann Brommley
teverde, Fla., formerly of Hampton.The reception was held at the Meng
Is the of Mr. and home on Hampton Lake. Mrs. Francis Sheila Holmes
son ,
Paul I. Meng of Hampton. Meng, aunt of the groom, greeted the To Speak at Women'sClub Choose From A Large f, .,,)'
Centering the altar was a large guests at the door. Miss Pamela Frankie Blackburn
white arch with columns entwined Stinson, sisterof the bride, kept the.bride's MeetingDr. Selection Of Dresses

side with were imported arrangements Ivy Accenting of white each At points book.of interest in the party Engagement told A\ Ann Brommley of Santa Fe and Sports Wear : i; : '

gladiolus burgundy mums, Red room were arrangements of fresh Announcement Is make 'of""the.f' Community College will be guest
Rover yellow flowers to match the wedding theme. at the Starke Woman's Club
Datsypompoms daisy engagement of Sheila Roena Holmes :i: speaker
bride's table covered witha
pompoms, white Fuji mums and was daughter of Ma. Carolyn Holmes of $. luncheon-meeting Wednesday, Nov 8,
lincncloth. At end-
bronze Large scheffleros monogramed one at 12-15 at the club house.
pompoms. pm.
Stance and John A. Holmes of Live
placed at of interest. was a three tiered wedding cake overa ifo" The will be introduced '
were points miniature colored water fountain. Oak to Frankie Joseph Blackburn son dtt speaker by Come In And ,;
Presenting a program of nuptial of Mr.and Mrs. William Blackburn of Mrs. Douglas Hardy program
At the other end was a punch bowl g! '
music were Miss Marjorie Lyons, Starke. ? chairman. Register For *25
organist, and Mrs. Shellie braum- and the table was centered with a Hostesses will be: Mrs. W. B. /
Wedding plans will be announced at '
baugh soloist, both of Keystone candelabra. Cutting the cake were a later date. 4',- Mundy Mrs. C. G. Hill, Mrs. J. H. Gift Certificate To 4a
Mrs. Lonnie Heckling Mrs. Jean ,
Heights. DuPre, Mrs. Gladys Weldon Mrs. G.
I Paul Joseph Meng attended his Gonzales. Eva Carter, 'J.McGriff Sr.,Mrs. Morris Williams, Be Given Away 1/| / f
lace covered harvest table
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brother as best man Ushers were Mrs. A. J. Barry, Mrs. Carl L. Johns
I Carlton Meng brother of the groom, family heirloom held the finger Thomas Wilkins \ and Mrs. Guy Sale. Saturday At 5:00: P.M. JJ J '
and Randall Scoggins, brotherinlawn' sandwiches and hors d'oeuvres. ( f
thn groom. Assisting in serving' were Mrs. ,
MlssJoy WlIliamllattended as maid Joseph Gissy, Mrs. Harold Waters, Wed Oct.121 ,

01 honor. She wore a deep dust tOIle Sullivan.Mrs. Roger Jones and... Mrs.. ... ,.. ..>Bd Eva Jeanette Carter, daughter of ;:. Little Women To Meet i J9ilhdd HFall kLjLAMblo i
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sleeves, cowl neckline and ftoman Following"weddlntf' '"trtjrtti" 'tmr Elton Wrnnns;Ton of Bill in esther "I'Fi"ffttti''Or&tfdh'' 1'i1d';':;f"ilrf8et( hV *w7at+t AM braM kCa .'r 1EwT aaet+tH
belting. She'wore dried baby's breathin Orlando area and Ohio the couple will Meyers of Lake Geneva were unitedIn Monday.Nov.6,at 8 p.m. at the clubhouse
her hair and carried of reside at White Springs after Nov. 15: ,
a bouquet Oct. 21, at 3:30: ,
two silk champagne roses dried The bride graduated In June.from p. marrlateSaturday. with Judge Theeecutiveboardwillbeat 7:30: "j Collection: '78
baby's breath, rose button flowers, Calvary Christian Academy, .Chat Haddock performing the nuptials. p.m.
peach star flowers with pale white tanooga. Tenn. Bobby and Sandra Akers attendedthe
satin bow and streamers. Mr. Meng is a 1971 graduate of couple.
Misses Shelby Stinson sister of the Bradford High School. He is employed The couple are residing fit Lake
bride, and Denise Rahme served as through the International Geneva.Mr. .
bridal attendants in gowns similar to Brotherhood of Electrical: Workers, Wilkins is self employed In I
the honor attendant except in light presently working In White Springs construction In Jacksonville. '.

dusty headpieces rose. and They carried wore similar similar .

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f' Betrothed Couple Honored at Reception Oct. 28

. Mil Christy Lewis .iuf SUn aland. Burning whit tapers in tall
.f ',.J,'" Reddish whose marriage will be an silver candlelabra enhanced the
event of December 10 were honored at liver appointments at the table.
I t ,;'t a lovely "Openhouse Reception" Welcoming guests to the refreshmenttable
Saturday night at the Chluy home on were Mr*. Donald Rardon, and
, r" r.I Searing Street handing out plates was Mrs. Joseph
.I i I Vj Hostesses for the delightful affair Glssy. Pouring Iced mocha punch at
were Mr. and Mrs. Thomas L. Casey, the sliver punch service at appointedtimes
Jr.. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Edwards, Mr. were Mrs. W. B. Lewis of
1 j and Mrs. Joseph Gl Mr. and Mrs. Brunswick, a aunt of the bride and
Frank Mitchell, LI. Col., and Mrs. Mrs.Charles Agin, sister of the bride.
; Donald Harden and Mrs. Joan Chitty Mr. and Mrs Frank Mitchell
and son, Randal F. Chitty, II. Invited guest into the family room.
t 1 The Chitty home was festive for the The refreshment table In the family
occasion with arrangements of multi room was covered with an Imported vII
colored roses, large green and Army-Navy cloth over a yellow linen
varlgated hanging baskets of ferns liner.Mrs. Donald Ennls, sister of the
and other tropical plants, and fall bride and Mrs.Olin White,Sr., poured,
arrangements placed at appointed. fruit punch during the party hour Lt.
points throughout the home. COl. Rardon and Mr. Glssy assisted
Greeting guests at the door was throughout the evening In greeting
Randy Chitty. Presenting them to the and Inviting guests onto the pool
receiving line In the living room of the porch.
\, home at appointed time were Mr. Others assisting In serving and I
and Mrs. Casey, and Mr. and Mrs. caring for the guests were Mrs.Eldon:
Edwards. The receiving line was Hardy, Mr*. George Pierce, Mrs.
composed of the honorees, Christy James R.Reddish,and Misses Sandra
and Stan and their parents, Mr. and and Karen Chitty. 7'Mr.
Mrs. Vincent Lewis of Kingsley Lake The hostesses presented Miss
f: .. and Mr and Mrs. Drew Reddish Lewis, Mrs. Lewis and Mrs. Reddish
Inviting guests Into the dining room with shoulder corsages upon their
was Mrs. Chitty. The dining table was arrival. As a memento of the
i covered with an Imported oriental occasion, the honored couple were and Mrs. Don Hardcnbrook on their 25th wedding anniversary
1 Army-Navy white lace cloth over arose given a piece of their chosen china. celebrated this past Sunday the First United Methodist Church of Starke.
i; h pink liner. Centering the table Approximately 200 guests" called
was a large arrangement of between the party hours of 7:30 and 10p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Don Hardenbrook
'i multicolored silk flowers on a silver '
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Deacon and Mn. James Prince Anniversay Anniversary
Presbyterians Enjoy Halloween Party

Deacon and Mrs. James Prince Mr. and Mrs. Don Hardenbrook cake was flanked by two sliver three-
Members the First Presbyterian The party was held on the lawn ,celebrated their 25th wedding an- branch candelatras with white
Church dressed In Halloween attire where lanterns and spot lights lent a niversary Sunday afternoon from 2 to tapers.Silver compotes held nuts and
Celebrate Golden Anniversary held a Halloween party and social get- homey atmosphere to the fun evening. 5 p.m. at a reception In the Methodist mints. Cutting the cake at intervalswere
together Sunday night at the home of There was the traditional spook Fellowship Hall given by members of Mrs. Robert Green Mrs. J.C.
Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Paterson on house sponsored by the Youth the family. Hobbs Mrs. Delbert Casey and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. James Prince three tiered wedding cake decoratedwith Brownlee road. ,'. Fellowship complete with dracula Highlighting points of interest in the DeKitch Green.
celebrated their golden wedding garlands of autumn colored ghosts, wild men and other horrors. hall were arrangements of white The punch table was covered with a
anniversary Saturday night, Oct. 28, florets and topped by the figure "50." SIIANNON 8MlntCELEBRATES There were sack races and bobbing daisies and green and white car white cut work cloth and centered with
at a dinner party at the Garden During the evening entertainmentwas 4th for apples after a delicious chill, nations a crystal punch bowl encircled with
Restaurant. given by guests singing solos, supper was served. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Green greeted greenery interspersed with while
Sitting at the head table were Mr. ducts and group singing. Mary Mc- Shannon Smith celebrated his PrIzes were awarded for the best the guests at the door. Standing In the daisies and mums. Fpuring punch at
and Mrs. Prince, daughter; Mrs. Cloud read excerpts of the Princes' SO fourth birthday Sunday afternoon, costumes for each age group. receiving line were Mr. and Mrs. Intervals were Mrs. Joey Bakken
Martha E. Roberson of Miami and years. Oct. 22 with a party given by his Hayrides were also enjoyed by the Hardenbrook Mrs. Nelson Green Mr. Miss Linda Bakken. Miss Eoline
Mrs. Prince's sister Mrs. Thelma A highlight of the evening came parents, Mr. and Mrs Tom Smith on 75 attending; one ride for the children and Mrs. Mark Hardenbrook and Lee Green and Miss Jan Sellers, -
McArthur. when Kev. Jasper Williams of Jacksonville Morgan road. and another for the adults. Hardenbrook. Mrs. Paul Faulkner presided at the
Centering the head table were two performed a wedding The Muppet theme was carried out Keeping the guest book at Intervalswere silver coffee service at a separate
candelabra decorated with fall ceremony for Mr. and Mrs. Prince, In the party decorations. Misses Monica Green, Paula table.
colored flowers. reuniting them In holy matrimony. Cake and Ice cream were enjoyed Mrs. W. II. Hart has sold her homeon and Sondra Green and Kim Casey. Assisting in serving and caring for
Attending this wonderful occasion by the IS youngsters. The youngstersalso E. Call street and Is moving to The refreshment table was centered the guests were Mrs. Doyle Crows,
The cake table was centered with a were 35 friends and relatives. received party favor Ocala to live with her son-in-law and with a white outwork cloth over white Mrs. A.J. Eaves and'Mrs. J.B.
daughter Mr. and Mrs. Mike May linen and centered with a four tiered Bakken.
Mr. and Mrs. Beemer Spry have wedding cake made by Mrs. Nelson Out-of-town guests were Mrs. John
bought the Hart home. Green the honoree's mother. The Layton and daughter.Jan of Callahan
end Mr. and Mrs. Joe Knapp of

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Helms-Chambers Head Starters Treated to Halloween Part;: Krlsty Harrison Kim Nudera, i q ti !a'Ii '

David McKhlght
: Celebrates 5th
Wedding Announcec i

',;}, .,I < ''\ : Birthday Oct. 25 To Wed Dec. 16
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Helms of ,I 1
Uttle Harrison celebrated Announcement Is made of the
Orlando amount the October 27 Krlsty
marriage of their daughter Linda her fifth birthday with a Halloween engagement and approaching
Diane to Michael Wayne Chambers party Wednesday,Oct.25, in the barnat marriage of Kim Nudera,daughter ol
the son of Mr. and Mr*. EIRoy rt the home of her parents on CrUTlsLoop. Claire. Anne Garvin of Jacksonville
Chambers of Ralford and James Alva Nudera of Colorado
The evening wedding took place at The barn was decorated in orange Springs,, Colo., to David Leroy
of M**. Arlln
the home of the bride'. parents In and black streamers with ghosts,bats son
Orlando. The bride wore anemerald and black cats at points of interest. A McKniRht of Starke and Eustls L
green mld-eall1engtb gown featuring stairway of hay was made in a corner McKnight of Klngstree. S.C.
caftan sleeves. A reception was held for Kristy and her 25 friends to sit on. Miss Nudera is a graduate of
It with scarecrow. Keystone Heights High School,
after the ceremony.The was topped a :
bride Is a graduate of Scoring The children bobbed for apples attended Santa Fe Community
High School in Sebring.Florida.She is during the party hours. College and Is presently employed at
employed by the Department of The cake table was covered with an Levity of Gainesville
Corrections Region III In Orlando. orange cloth centered with a sheet Mr. McKnight is a graduate of
The groom Is a graduate of Bradford cake decorated: with ghosts, black Bradford High School,and Universityof
County High School Starke as well cats and pumpkins. Apple Juice was South Florida. He la presentl
'all Lake City Community College and served from a black pot, employed at Miller Buick In Kim'NudrraDavid!'
Florida State University. Mr. The beat costume was worn by little Gainesville. McKnlght
Chambers Is a Classification Karen Larsen ., .
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Specialist with the Department of The party ended with a hayride for ".
Corrections In Orlando. all the children. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Winkler in Terry Carver 'underwent an appendectomy -
visited Mr. and Mrs. Dave Barker In 'Alachua General
Mrs. LIla Caldwell returned last Warner Robbins Ga. on Saturday. Hospital last Thursday
Thursday after six weeks visit with
Byron her daughters and families, Mr. and Friends of Mrs. L. C. Early will Mr. and Mrs. II. M. Richarde. Jr.
Halloween l, ..,. ,. Mn. A. W. Anderson (Mary Jo) in regret to hear she fell Wednesday and children of PancaRoula. Miss
Hosts tam :
L Ventura Calif. and Mr. and Mrs. M. afternoon of last week and dislocatedher spent Thursday to Sunday with his
"'* The wicked*ol witch Is not so wicked after all as these Bradford County A. Garcia (Peggy) in Camarlllo right shoulder. mother. Mrs. Richarde. Sr.
Party Oct. 26 Head Start youngsters soon found out at their Halloween party Tuesday atteraooa -- Calif
at 12:30.
Byron Bagwell six year old son of M children ages 3Vh to t were treated to cupcakes, refreshments, and .
Mr. and Mrs. Donnie Bagwell of S. goodies from the witches' kettle in the party, which was sponsored by the
Cherry Street, was host at a children' parents at the RJB Center.Superman's .
Halloween party Thursday evening, w.p,
Oct. 26. at his home. 1'1 1 1Iry.e
A Halloween theme was carried out ...., r -
throughout the party room. The table
was covered with a Halloween cloth
and the cake was fashioned as a
witch's face. Witch's brew punch
wu also served to Byron's friends. 0
Jason Hersey won the apple :lTr
bobbing contest and Link Bishop won
the pumpkin hunt contest
Candy and prizes were given to the


Mr.and Mrs.Herb Johnson and son 1
of Tallahassee spent the weekend with
,her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Randal

Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Dansby visited
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Dansby In Perry \
last Thursday.Mr. -
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.and Mrs Henry Stefanelli have
had and Mrs.
as guestsMr. Joseph
Stefanelli of Reynoldsvllle. Pa. last
week;'Mr. and Mrs. Louis Foradora,
'also of Reynoktaville. last Wednesday true Identity''' revealed at the Tuesday party j
Jackson flexed his superhero muscles for the camera. \
overnight,and Mrs. James Biggs and
son of Atlantic Beach over the week

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YOU ARE INVITEDTO Mrs. Olin White of Starke and Mrs.of '! took our tender, Juicy roast boef and added 50% more meat, sliced it thin and
Mike White
Robert White and Mrs
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde B. Tervillegar. "-
AUK \ .Jr. have just returned from Gainesville attended the Fall piled it high. It couldn't be better to we made it bigger.
Mexico where attended Boutique (Christmas bazaar) at the '
Acapulco they
the Florida Automobile First Methodist Church In Gainesville
Dealers Convention. 270 dealers and last Friday afternoon. They were'1 2F0RsLB9\
their wives attended the five day joined by their husbands for dinner at 1 !
PRIVATE.HOWING ".>(,,,., ,. meeting almthe AcapulcoPrincess Peppy's Restaurant. fMrs JI\A.. >- ateJj!U
i ", !'\ _'itf"0), l ... jQII'lJ1&' ,. Hotel in 'Wcapuleofc-iClyda"finished, SJM twt li +,R Pico > r
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the grand door prize award. Mrs. Wayne Edwards of Jacksonville weeks $1.89 . Save more then 30"-'.
have returned from two
vacation In Las Vegas, Nev. and Los No coupon necessary. No limit,on quantities. This' offer good at all Hardee's in
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THE GARDEN RESTAURANT Atlanta Oct. 22-23'where Dr. Whiffen Angeles, Calif. Jacksonville, Fernandina Beach,.Neptune Beach, Orange Park

PECAN ROOM attended, a Clinical Contact Lens Mr. and Mrs. James Burnham of Mandarin, Starke and St. Augustine.

'NOV.S,1978 Conference.discussion The of Conference the latest includeda fitting Clearwater were gu.!stn last week of 301 South Starke w' .,es-. (rc hers
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2 .rX.- Entries Open for Local Beauty Pageant 'lI"d..aee4laf..trylDaa '..' .1 /1
communications! and Combat

Miss Vicky Turner of Belle Glade Entries are coming in and more are Mote, sponsored by Holiday Inn of W FORT Crew BENNING., son of Mrs.Ga.-Norma Pfc. Chris C. operation This qualified him as alight
,t spent the weekend with nee mother, needed for the Dream Girl Beauty Starke Starke, recently completed weapons Infantryman and a*an .
Mrs. Janet Turner and family.Mr. Pageant to be held Dee 2 in Starke. Persons Interested In entering their weeks of advanced individual indirect fire crewman.
Judges will crown kings and queensIn children In the pageant should contact seven Ga. He wa*taught to perform any of the
i divisions for Tiny Dream Boy Tiny Debra Jordan, HI I. Box 3RS. La wtey. training at Fort Bennlng included, duties In a rifle or mortar squad.
c and Mrs. Robbie Shaller visited Dream Girl.and Little Miss Dream Florida :32058. or call 782: .J220 or 964- The training weapons tactics, Crew entered tho Army last June
Mr. and Mrs. Ogden Bates in Girl for youths aged 3.6aJunior; Miss 6258; qualifications, landmine squad warfare field He is a 1978 graduate of Bradford
Jacksonville on Sunday. Dream Girl for girls 11-15 and a Miss patrolling High/ School.
Dream Girl category for young

women Winners aged In 1621.each division will The earil.it known hotiM-4'ke!' dwellings are mated o
Dr. and Mrs. II. G. Bollinger have receive a crown a trophy and flowers have bean built around 298,000 B.C.
moved from their home at 428 N. while and second run- }
Walnut street to 550 NE nth Ave nerupa will be awarded trophys on the
Gainesville The home has
Bellinger basis of beauty,poise and personality
been sold to Mr and Mrs. Mike

1rliLa./.. Tammlf' Starling
Mr.and Mr. C. T, Beasley of Halnes
City are Thursday to Saturday guests
of Mrs. O, L. Beasley and Mrs. J. W. Mrs Julia Underbill, Mrs Dorothy
Klncald. Starling, Mrs. Barbara
HolllnRsworth, Mrs Sheila Starling.Mrs. .
Tom and Julia Crawford of Eloise Goodman and Mrs Judy
Augusta. Ga. visited their Itrotighton attended the 20th annual ,
grandparents, Mr and Mrs. S. It. ChrUtmas spectacular design school The Gift OnlyYou '
Johns over the weekend. Mrs. Johns Sunday In ThomuHvllle. Ga. sponsored ('hastily Starling with brother Lee
returned with them for a five day visit t bv the Southwest Georgia Florist :
with their parents Mr. and Mrs. Club. They also attended a supper and ;;;
Crawford.Mr. :
Zachary dance Saturday night.
1",a ,
and Mrs. Ernest Struble of Local admittances to Bradford I t' ,G'1. \
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I'erkasle Pa. were weekend guests of County Hospital this week Include (,
Mr. and Mrs. George W. Brown from Starke arlene (lagan. Alvin :J-).''" .',- :t' ...i' j': \/ /
Williams George Prevail. John ... .JI m
Mrs. N. K, Hurst of Indianapolis. Goodman Carol Geiger, Charles .. MI : : CanGlVe
Ind Is visiting Mrs Clyde Sinclair Crawford. Jr., Charles Torode. Tanya Martin i "
and Mr. and Mrs. T. II, Slade this Gulmudjie I'liilr, John Walker. Gail
week. Handolph. Howard Klein, Mary Entrants In the competition so far
,Johnson Mary Wilson Herman are three-year-olds Tonya Denise BULLINGTON STUDIO
Mr. and Mrs J G. 1101 Ion Nettles. May Combs, Maggie Martin, sponsored by Diane's Beauty
vacationed In Gatlinburg Tenn and Murphey. Florence Reddish Shop and Tammie Jean Starling
liryson City. N.C. last week. Catherine Dean.Kenneth Palmer III, sponsored by National Protein. Inc.. 964.7271 Starke Fla
Dell Smith. Bertha Newsome, Vincent four-year-old Chastidy Dawn lames Mote
Mrs, J. It. Neal of Gainesville and Ixwls. Delia Covington. George Lee, Starling sponsored by Noegel 1 Auto Dead Line For Christmas Delivery Nov. 15th
Mrs Jane Stokes and Mrs. Bill Annie Saunders and Barbara Sales; and five-year-old James Brian
Session of Keystone Heights visited McCtoud, Louis Szorger Delmer-
Mr. and Mrs Tullie Norman on James. Jr and Gordon; Wadsworthfrom -
Monday. Hampton; Veronica Williams

Mr and Mrs. T. II. Slade. Mr. and (from'harks'apeharlantiAlice Ijiwley; Emma: Rowland Tompkins and JmiJJikJ
Mrs. John Myers and Mrs, Clyde Virginia Corbett from Keystone feKii : !
Sinclair of Slarkc and Mrs N. K, I Heights
Hurst of Indianapolis. Int... returned _
Sunday from a month's cruise to __
Hilton Head. S.C. and Savannah and

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Mr and Mrs Jim B. Talley. Jr FALL
visited !Mr.and Mrs. James B.Talley. >r '\.... s
Ill and daughter In Athens. (ia. over r1' ; VEGETABLE .
the weekend. '
!Mrs. I., N. Pickering of Starke and r ., iwiMat
Mrs John tatgard of Klagler Beach A:1; : PLANTSARE
returned Saturday from an eight day ftesdfntR
trip to Kcruton and Asheville N.C. .t.c- HERE NOW < '
Cooksville and Atlanta. Ga 5'' r NOi''lf.HO
!Mrs Jo Anna llallm.m i'5\
and French teacher tit Kradlnrd High 1 TRAY .59 2 TRAYS .OOQ4atj BAKINGPOTATOES FRESH 1'\ FRESH FLORIDA \J!
Director lor Region III of the lorid.i
Foreign I.+mguage Associationi ROSEBUSHES 6/1
hiuh ...hi'I III he responsible For
MiidiHon, ll.imillon, Columhi.i, OO
SU\\IInm'I'. 'rll\lor. l.tifa\elle. 10 CRISP WESTERN
illclirlst I"Rlon hrmlrnrd."jehua.. BUD & BLOOM lEOOASSORTED .itlR'iBAft R1' 3 F., CELLO FRESH RED OR GOLDENDELICIOUS @.
Dixie and
l.ccounties The WRAPPED
.. In rid II .Foreign i Language 48 -' -. CARROTS
\xHoci.ilion CIAO AC.AOS ,
1.000 repreHi-nts teticlitTH nt iipuroxinuitclv tillI.hrlscrmdary ONLY d FRESHGREENS LB a/39'' 3. g \ I
nil /loicign .liingu.igeM ihruAniveralty.. bilingii.ilcdiictilIon nl ENJOY A RICH GREEN LAWN OR 7 9'C .. PKG u

.and I!Ik'lashing of English: PASTURE ALL FALL & WINTER -
IIH a Set'<>ml language RED WESTERN BAG PE
$0 IB BAG 10.49 CORN

\\'. und Alma Tomlmson of
!Melrose announce I ho birth of a Kon.IC ALL PURPOSE 19c' 1Zoz. $119
hard Scott born Sept! II at IllIcllUll II I JAR
.\ General llospilul! in (i.uncHu YELLOW
I'lIll'rnulllrandparenls are Richard
T and! Marion Tomlmson of Melrose. Ats ONIONS BONELESS BEEF3LB40C
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Maternal grandparents lire henry "
Ilinson of ll.impton und the laic ( ) ROUND
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.. VINYL HOSE REG. 899 749 STEAK g 188
and lrK. I'alm; Ditkcns. Ill of C
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( Maria Dianne, horn Oil, 12:
in \Uiehii.i Central; Hospital 858 VAULTRAFLEX FRESH GREEN BONELESS BEEF
M.itcrn.il grandparents are Mr and I
grandparents( me Mr iiiul Mrs I'al : use
Dukens Jr jf 1IlIfol'd.( PLUS RUBBER BELL STEAKS: or
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Mr and Mrs I Mike I UiMiclfin olStiuko NYLON REINFORCED 999 ROAST s 149
announce I the birth ol nlUiuKhter 5/8 x 50 REG. 11.99 PEPPERS
+ Lindsay hence horn lit, II I 5/8x75 /
in MaihiKi General. Hospital 1399 CHICK
Mali-rn.il grandparents arc Mr and RfcQ 1649 MIX OR f OUR 8/$1 ..3 TOPICKoO-THB
Mrs \\illi.im !llolc'o' West I'.ilni MATCH V*N'' : !tLB FRYER
111.111'11',111'1'1011 grandparents ate PKG.
Mr nixl Mrs o lill\! \ViMKliin of IORIDA COMBINATION PACKAGE
Ito\nton Beach TfcioHs. jrssjL:
FYNE TASTE : Pantry Pride s a BRUITS PRIMIUM 8 8
Creamed WITH MIS* u
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tLiuKhleriraini.iKl.niu1. born Sept F LYKES
2:1: in Kixersule Hospital Sin joins 11Kistir CHOICE
Knul\: \ and a brother Mike Jr GARDEN & NURSERY 4 BONELESS
1'atern.d l grandparents are Mr and CENTER 120 PKG.: r rr 2 UP>> 89C I /
Mrs .lames Gaskets of Slarke SMOKED
Maternal grandparents are Mr and) 539 E Call St Starke FU' _. iA
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CHURCH ACTIVITIES Sunday School 10 a.m Worship LAWSEY Kelly. nisi Youth AjuMtlatloMTe ,
Services II a.m. and 7 p.m. Training ;& ,Friends of Paul Moore of Bponsev Turkey Shoot
CHURCH OF GODa Sunday School Union 0 p.m Prayer Meeting by Ellai eerry Jacksonville,regret to learn that ha Is Everyone Is invited1 attend our
loam, Worship Services 11 a.m. and Wednesday at 7 Plitan"OI.. ., a surgical patient In St. Vincents next fund raising event a turkey
6 p.m., Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7 NORTHSIDE BAPTIST: Sunday Hospital, Jacksonville.' Our prayers shoot!
p.m., VPE Friday at 7 p.m. School 10 a.m. Worship Services 11 and iHinch were served turday supper guests of their are with him The turkey shoot Is set for this
EVERGREEN BAPTIST: Sunday a.m. and 7 p.m Prayer Meeting Friends+ of Mr. Cecil Hardee regretto POther and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs.Jeff Cain, of Galnevmei spent Saturday. Nov 4. from 9:30 a.m. until
School 10 a.m., Worship Services it Wednesday at 7 pm. tarn that he In a patient in s. 0.J. Boyette and family. Sunday with Mr. ermieKeJly 1:30: p.m.one miie north of Lawtey on
..m. and 7 p.m., Training Union I SMYRNA. MISSIONARYBAPTIST Bradford County Hospital as of ',f'" rs Llssls Starling of and :Mr. and Mrs. Wendell US-301. Price per shot will be f I M.VLIt.
p.m., Prayer Meeting Wednesday! 7 : Sunday School 10 a.m, Friday morning.Our prayers are with':''., a ksonvill, spent two weeks with Kelly ,and 20 < be used
p.m.FAITH Worship Services u a.m. and 7 p.m, him ; ''while her daughter, Mrs Elsie Norman. Mrs. Cathryn Hilliard, of with a 30-inch barrel limit.
BAPTIST Radio Programon BTS 5:43: p.m. Prayer Meeting on Mrs. Emory Eunice and children here she visited her brother Jacksonville, spent the weekend with Homemade chill, hamburgers and
WPXE a.m.Sunday. Bible School Wednesday at i7 p.m. visited her in-laws. Mr. and Mrs. ;Walter Starling. In Bradford County her daughter Mrs. John Tye Jr.. and soft drinks will be available plus
LOa.m., W I'IIhJpServ1ces 11 a.m. and LUNCH MENU: (Nov. 6-10)) Harold Eunice on Friday afternoon ,-lospltal., who has pneumonia. children and! Mrs. John Tye. Sr. delicious homemade bakery 'Items
6:30: p.m., Prayer Meeting MONDAY Chill w Wednesday at 0-30: p.m. salad,orange and grapefruit sections, Saturday with them. .' Saturday overnight guest of his'parents. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Troxell and Don't miss all the fun, sharp-
FIRST BAPTIST; Sunday School cheese bread sticks, milk. Timmy Harper,son of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Eunice. daughter Mill Allison Hayes, Mrs. shooting and the chance to enjoy your
':45 a.m., Worship .Services 11 a.m. TUESDAY: Chicken casserole Wayne Harper/Starke and a friend CarlPrevatt ( ,Awhile Reunion.here he attended his Class George Kelly and her daughter, Mrs. neighbors. These fund raising
and 7:30 p.m., Training Union 6-30 lima beans butter visited his grandmother, Mrs. In-the Hills.
H orange, bread Traic Cox of Howey projects for our youth help defray the
p.m., Prayer Meeting on Wednesdayat milk. and .aunt, Mrs. Evelyn Lake jFriends, of Dan Harley of Kingsley spent the weekend at Disney World.At cost of uniforms Insurance, field
7:30: p.m.Paator WENDESDAY: Beans w-ham Norman. regret to learn that he is a Disney World. Mr. and Mrs. Craig projects end-of-the-year trophies and
David Brown conducted a seasoning rice, candled yams, pears Mrs Joyce Futch,, of Blackshear, surgical patient )in Alachua General Carroll and their children Hilary and other necessities that must be .
revival at Johnstown Baptist Church cornbread, butter, milk. Ga., attended the funeral of Rev. Hospital, Gainesville Our prayers Tommy, all of them enjoyed the trip. provided for our community youth
Monday through Friday of this week. THURSDAY: Salisbury steak w- Walter Mathis on Tuesday at Long are with him Mrs. Jackie Crews visited her' program. .
Brother Roger Eunice was guest gravy,mashed potatoes,.green beans, Branch Church. She later visited her .:Lake Mr.:: Worth and Mrs. Wendell Kelly, of brother and ilstcrln-Uw, Mr. and All 1 parents are needed to participate
speaker at the church on Wednesday peaches, hot rolls,butter, milk. son] and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs their were weekend guests of Mrs John C. Wood of Jacksonville, in the monthly meetings held
night ,FRIDAY Hot dog on bun, mustard- Benton Futch and son Steve, of Kelly,parents, Mr. and Mrs Hermie and their:mother-In-law. Mrs. Roy by the Lawtey Dixie Youth
Rev. Vas Salvers, revival catsup, baked beans, cole slaw, Starke, Mrs. Fred Moore and her Emmett of Cedartown, Ga., Sunday Association Our regular meeting la
Spring will conduct at applesauce cake.milk. sister Miss Elizabeth Terry. afternoon, Mrs. Emmett plans to held on the second Thursday of the
the church Wednesday Nov. 8th PE RSONAL6sMr. Friends of Mrs. James Waters Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Williams enter the hospital the near futureMnlr.N.'BUIr month at 7:30 p.m.-at the Lawtey
through Sunday Nov 12th. A special Glen Shuford, Mrs. Alma regret to learn that she had open heart and family, of Jacksonville, and Mr. Elementary School. There ls no
Invitation to everyone to Attend. Anders, and Mrs. Hester Hicks surgery on Tuesday in North Central and Mrs. W.L. Durban and family, of ? of Lakeland spent greater toy than to be Involved with
GRACE UNITED METHODIST visited their niece, Mrs. James Regional Hospital, Gainesville. Our Lake Butler.were guests of Mr. and a few says with her nephew and niece, your childt"Thank !
Sunday School 9:45: a.m.. Worship Durham, of Jacksonville/ on Sunday, prayers are with her. Mrs OJ. Boyette and family on Col. and Mrs. Wm. Wilson. you" to everyone who'
Services 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. whose husband! James Durham Saturday afternoon Mr.and Mrs. Billy Anders Sr.,and participated In our last turkey shoot
Methodist Youth Fellowship at 630p : passed away on Friday afternoon. Friends of Mr. Walter Starling Jimmy Moore, of Jacksonville, was laughter,of Jacksonvllle.were Sunday and to those that have purchased a
.m. Sunday night. Choir Practice on They also visited :their sisters Mrs. Mrs. Elsie Norman's uncle, regret to a Saturday dinner guest of his mother, supper guests of their mother Mrs. raffle ticket on our live pig to be given
Wednesday night at 7:15: pin The Cora Hodges and Mrs. Marian Hall learn that he is seriously ill with Mrs. Fred Moore. O.J. Anders. way.
church has a nursery for pre-school and son, Jeff, of Jacksonville, while pneumonia in Bradford County Mr. and Mrs. Lea McClellan Mr. and Mrs. Hal Hamilton, and
children during worship services. there. Hospital. Our prayers are with him 'attended the funeral of Rev. Walter their mother, Mrs. Mabel Boyelte Brooker Newsby
HIGHLAND Sunday School 0-45 The ladles of First Baptist Church and his family.MrandMrs. Mathis at Long Branch Church on spent Sunday with her son-in-law and
a.m., Worship Services II a.m. and 7 were hostesses for a Bridal Showerfor Pat Henry were supper Tuesday daughter Col. and Mrs Wm. Wilson. Jeanette Prescott
p.m., Prayer Meeting Wednesday at Miss Cathy Teston, in FellowshipHall guests of their grandparents. Mr. and ..'John Tye Jr. has been to George Hugglns of Savannah Ga., Phone 485-1715
'7:30p: m.LAURA. on Thursday night with 24 Mrs. Lonnie Teston, on Friday night. Alexandria, Va. on a business trip. spent a few days with his friends, Ray
BAPTIST Sunday School present There were three games Maurice Pendarvis was a Saturday Thursday to Sunday. and Bill Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Lewis of
10 a.m. Services 11 and and of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. A.P. Mailman of Callahan accompained by her sister,
Worship a.m. played and the winners were Mrs overnight Sunday guest Mrs. Hester Hicks was a Sunday
7:30: p.m., Prayer Meeting Dianne Hayes Lori Shinn and Nancy and Mrs. Tommy Barnes and family. Keystone Heights were Sunday supper guest of her lister Mrs. Alma Mrs. Lula May Baxter of Brooker,
Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. Teston. Miss Teston then opened her Mr. and Mrs. Don Boyette and afternoon guests of their brother and Anders. have recently returned from a two-
MORGAN ROAD BAPTIST: lovely gifts. Refreshments of cakes ,children, of Macclennv. were sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Hermie week Mountains.The trip. to Great Smokey

I FLORIDA trio left Oct. 7 and stopped at
LaGrange, Ga. to visit her nephewand

IS HERE TO STAY I THEATRECall & Walnut They to toured Warm family traveled President Springs, Mr across:and,Roosevelt's Ga.Mrs.Pine where J Mountain Little they

Starke 964-5451 Whitehouse. They took a short side
............................... trip to Hampton,Ga. to visit with Mrs.
''Frl. Sat. Sun. Lewis' uncle, Mr, U.G. Allen then
'went to Atlanta with Mrs. Lewis'
nephew and his wife, Mr. and Mrs.

I PRltj IStQIIE ,. Nelson Powell for a few days of
visited Stone
\ Mountain National Park and the

.,c'....I battlefield of Keene. aw Mountain and
Ptma : the Cyclarama.:
From Atlanta the group drove to
,Cleveland. Tennessee for a few days
visit with another nephew Mr. and
PLUS o Mrs Jimmy Carter. 'At Cleveland
Tenn.the group saw points of Interest.
... ear w a eats air era tea eqp including the lost seas underground.
6.II They visited copper mines In Georgia
1.OO OFF PANTRY PRIDE "I. on their way to Gatllnburg. Tenn.
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They toured Chrlstus Gardens and

I ,-.J1 JOHANN 4is | TIe'A went for a scenic drive across the
e' Great Smokey Mountains National
HAVILAND | ............................... Park along the Blue Ridge Parkway.
RNE CHINA BAGS They enjoyed the beautiful Fall
I V. ; > | 301DRIVEHWalt | colors.

I : CREAMER" ...........".......fl.. ..... After a night In Hendersonville, the
II trio went on to visit Mrs.Lewis' sister
I OOOD FOR St.OO.OFI' STORE COUNT 99 c: Disney Mrs. Ruth Lee in Columbia South
I DISCOUNT FRICI WITH THIS BOX Carolina where they stayed two days
: ";: .., returning home to'' Callahan: !' '' .. ..
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I q, ..,.. MMtI.* 'OItPON PEAyfaad4 w" 9tr.'.,.. %. JTfk*. .. V t" LIQUID'-"j"' GUiaJrCslfeet.r: -wore!>"BMttl"VIUtea within*'tewlsT""'"*' v
O - r' at Callahan for another week and
a DETERGEN1ss PLUS. returned to Brooker Oct. 26. While In
=-- PANTRY PRIDEMACARONI \ Callahan Mrs. Baxter and the
'.25oz 1,1'' S 391 O'Gill And Lewises visited another sister Mrs.
1' niece. Lynn Gordon It family In
& CHEESE Jt JUICE The Little People" Callahan.Mr. .
= ,
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son. Doug of Gainesville were guests
DINNER &CONTADINA Sun. Mon of his mother, Mrs. Ethel Russ
Saturday night,Oct. 28. All took In the
She Brooker Halloween Carnival.
TOMATO entered1nnocef1t. Visiting Mrs. Ethel Russ the
young weekend of Oct. 22 were relatives
ray LOW CALORIE 8oz SAUCE and from Apopka and Miami. Leona
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PFE1FFERDRESSING BTL. Thlgpen. Viola Windham and son
TOrn, came out Scott.Sandra Torres and son.Greg all
the from Apopka, and Ernestine Pendley,
15ozBAUC 3/$1
ITALIAN, FRENCH PUNCH Po Donald and Sheila Bentley from
Gainesville and and
.,. OR 1,000 ISLAND F Gary Coyle
Esther: Tredina ofl\tiami., all visited i
KAUHpTWET .Mrs. Russ. \


AIM Pantry Pride MONDAY Nov,6. Fish and cheese
a ........ -..-.. steamed cabbage, banana, hush ,
PAPER \ puppies and milk. Grits will be
Nov. 7'' Hamburgerwith
TOWELS gravy, mashed potatoes, green
8.2oz 99C eCS /sdd ef beans... rolls, milk and yellow cake

TUBE I ;e pOti v} s,, GIANT 1 pWERIGHT with WEDNESDAY topping. Nov. B Pizza

Q chunku peanut butter, buttered corn
GUARDDEODORANT FARM FARE ROLL ;J rya rolls. milk and raisin cookies.
ut last THURSDAY. Nov. 9 Boiled beans
SHOESTRING with seasoning, carrot slaw,.banana
At LaSt.TilE pudding cornbread. milk

Soz KEST.IS, FRIDAY Nov, 10 Sloppy Joes
$119 POTATOES 1 lOoz or 11ox COMING. fruit cup, lima beans, bun milk


BLADES is hereby given that the 1978

B $59 Tax Rolls are now open collection as of

COUNT BOSTON BONNIE 140Z SARA' LEE November 1 st in the offices of the Tax .

1EW FLUORICARD! a FISH FROZEN Collector, in the Bradford County Courthouse, ,'

RINSE POUNDCAKE Starke, Florida Telephone: 9646280. ;. '
STICKS 99c .
Office:: Houxst 8:30: to 5:00: i

BTL.F 88c Monday Thru Friday Except i.Legal Holidays,

If Taxes Paid. In: .

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10750z99 NOVEMBER 4% Discount ;
PLUS DEPOSIT 4/$1 DECEMBER ". 3% Discount I. tI

POWDER JANUARY ',';' "' 2% Discount ;



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II ...._4BHS BLURBS ....."" fin""'.s :'{ 'bklfj' StarkeElementary

by Patrick Crawford production of "Dracula," Sunday, 4I
October 29. The members of the club
driven In two driven Mr*.Reddish' class surprised their
Bradford High was somewhat busy were over cars
last week, but then again something la by our own Mrs. Brunetti and the Intern, Mrs. Joy Tetstone, with a
always happening.The father of a club member, Mr. Asa D. going away party on FrIday. Oct. 27.
PSAT (Preliminary Scholastic Fussell. Everyone said the play was I El. While cake and punch were being
Aptitude Test), was given on fantastic and that It was well worth served Mrs. Tetstona opened
Tuesday, October 24, at the new the trip. The next play coming to the presents from her students, after the
Theater will be party, the class was honored to have
armory. The test was designed Hippodrome ,'.
mainly for juniors and seniors, but "Cabrona," which opens November .t' Mr. John Currie memory expert
them. Mr. CUrrIe reported
any student was allowed to take the 10. speak to
test if they paid the $3 fee. The t..t. that one of his most famousstudents-
measured verbal and mathematical ... I S was President JImmy Carter, who
skills The scores will be used by the i took a memory course from him. Mr.
: : .k4.
College Board and the National Merit HOME : .''<1 CUrrie reported that he was one of his
Scholarship Corporation to determine {. best children Mr. CUrrie entertainedthe
with several
which students are eligible for a ; NOTES memory
scholarship. .5 exercises. The students were very
Another event that paved the way to : .l'fl.' ," ..t ) By 1 surprised when Mr. Currie could
college lift for the upper-classmen Idw; 1 ,, r ta recite all of their birthdays They
e was College and Career Day. This Mary Yearta w were also shocked to learn that he
event was held In the library of 004-0280 ExL 284 calls around 5,000 people during the
Bradford High School on Friday, iiLr year to wish them a happy birthday
October 27. Representatives from Souper stars winners for the last
far SEAFOOD WORKSHOP r two weeks were as follows) Margie
colleges as away as Georgia came 1L.
to participate. The representativesset The Bradford County Extension ? Gemelll, Jason Silcox. Liza Mosley,
tables displaying booklets and Home Economics Department Is Marley Sellers, Jill Williams Randy
catalogues up from their schools sponsoring a "Christmas Seafood u ,, ; rr ; ,, Pike, Jeffrey Sanders, Amy Allen.
I '
Students were allowed to circulati Workshop" In cooperation with Sue \4 Mignon Carroll, Chrystal Allen,
: and talk to the different people and Turner, Home Economist, Depart- ,Candice Roberts, Gayle Douglas,
.. ask questions about the schools. ment of Natural Resources. Marty Sellers Mark Beard. Alonzo
Seniors from Keystone were bused In Ms.Turner will demonstrate unique Williams Roy Jackson, Barney
to participate also. A few of the most seafood cookery around the Christmas r'i Collinsworth. Eric Redding,
popular tables were those of the University theme The workshop will be heldat Terrlcena Kitties Ryan Moore,
of Florida, Florida State, and the Bradford County Agriculture James Burton.Kevin Blankenship,
Jacksonville University, Everyone Center, North 301 In Starke this Chad Reddish. Kenneth Heiken.
had fun while planning their own coming Tuesday, Nov. 7, at noon for k i Bobby Cohens Teresa Wynn, Richie
I future. the convenience of the working y { dt tr Barnes Mary Alice Howle, Mary
\ .UP-DATE1: The Camera Drama people. Mary Yearta, Bradford : Alice Howie Chuck Coburn. Debbie
Clubs have finally named their new County home economist, encourages Tylickya. James Thornton Michael
block buster film. It will be called. everyone to come and taste. Gray. Angela Childress. Michael
"The Doppolganger' ." I am certain There Is no charge for the Workshopand Pike Richie Wneeler. Richard
I that the movie will be great but If not, everyone Is Invited to attend. This 4. Vc Wheeler Betty Ann Green. Missle
we can all say we loved the title service Is free to everyone without Thompson Polly Thomas. Deanna
UPDATE The Drama Club made regard to race, color, or national (c Tomlinson, Rodney Moore & Cindy
; their trip to the Florida Players origin. } Winkler. ,
students and
Starke Elementary
i -- ;r;;.:;;;;: '-1 faculty donned their costumes
Tuesday afternoon for a Halloween
I GAINESVILLEJAYCELS'ALACHUA I I celebration After much parading
,. .. COUNTY FAIR ASSOC. V around grade levels were judged In a
f t costume contest for scariest and most

1." II? 5Jt ftD e 'original. Kindergarten winners were
I ''; Jeffrey Hester and John Carte.
bI 1 ja
J\ Winners in 1st grade. were Adrana
Jackson and Gary Gonzalez, Elaine
: AU ft DQU1 Cox and Coretha Daniels were the 2nd
YYALAGHUAedUI1TY grade winners Stephanie Kigby and
j \ 1Il Gary Wilberg won In :3rd grade.
Fourth grade winners were Rex
Bailes. Matthew Bryant and Michael

P4r"'OROUNDB --- Gray, Lorrie King and Kellie Baldwin
.' were the 5th grade winners Judgingthe
.. contest were J.R. "Jim" Lawson.
Starke Elementary Halloween Costume winners were (top Mil Fourthf Pat Spengler and Mona Canovn. .
tirade, Matthew Bryant. Michael Gray in the ape suits, and Ilex Balles; (top Many many thanks .to- Sheila Pugh
ov, right Kindergarten Jeffrey Hester, left and John Carter: (middle I.IU. First who saw to it that all the children.
(trade, Adreana Jackson, left and Gary Gonzales. ; (middle right, Second ra participating were winners b.,' '
Grade Elaine Cox, Coretha Daniels. !Mrs. Conning and Mrs. Griff; ( Gar'I distributing special treats.
: leftThird) Grade.SI..phanle Rigby on left. Mrs. Crawford In middle, and LUNCH MENU "v
'. ilbrrg; (bottom right), Fifth Grade Lorrle King and Kellle Baldwin.. Nov 6-10) ,

:-- \londa '. Nov Hamburger on
,,: bun lettuce tomato & pickle, frcnch

I MONDAY 0 RIDflT S P.M. 0 11:00 P.M. Middle School PTO OrganizedA fries Tuesday fruit,cup.Nov.milk 7- 'hill w-beans,

saltines garden salad, cinnamon roll,
MTOBDHT oa'.H. 0 11:08: HiaMIOHT )peaches, milk.Wednesday' .
group of parents, teachers and school administrators, faculty and selected at the next meeting to Nov. HFish portion
SUNDAY 0 a P.M. TILL 7:00: '.M. students met October 17 to organizethe students together to discuss any represent the organization at School buttered grits cabbage slaw jello.
Bradford Middle School Parents problems and learn more about our Board Meetings cookie. hushpuppies. milk,
Teacher Organization (PTO). school system. Mrs. Johns, activity The PTO Will meet the second Thursday. Nov. U- Hamburger
The officers elected were: chair. Thursday of each month ol7'3O: p.m. .. gravy) mashed pota i tocgvM''buttered ..ON-
''' man Joyce Chambers..co-chairman, I 1''i chairman; be""pla'nning) the at the Bradford Middle Schooltmi"' peas, apple sauce roll. milk >n-/", ,-"it
t"I" Marie Wallace! secretary Hose monthly ''programs Involving 'the Parents and teachers of our Middle "'rida100: \'. 10- .t'Uta. buttered
1 FREE AMPLE J A I Lancaster, treasurer. Kathern Sapp; students and the facilities at the School Students are encouraged to corn Hiring beans, 'j cheese
yrEBIIIDITS II II activity chairman Janice Johns; school. There will be membersby attend and share your ideas.! sandwich yellow cuke w-choc. Icing,'
PARKING I public relations, Linda Lawson. milk.
I Before the next meeting on Starke Klemcntary would like to
1 RIDES November 9, students will select two congratulate Southsidc Elementary:
pupils from each team represent the on the great Halloween Carnival SKIs :
student body at the meetings Thereare planning, u i :May Dav celebration
no plans at this time for any fundraising and SS students will be invited to that
projects Mpin purpose of the
organization is to bring parents

rt..66 HAMPTON AREA NEWS &*ooc*&>+

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Dolores Meng Polly, brother Clarence Adkins of :NC which had beautiful scenery,
/ Phone46H1915SENIOR Iklawaha and a sister :Mrs. June Ellis furniture and u relaxing atmosphere.Mrs. .
''of Georgetown S.C. : Dave Dinkhuus spent sometime
: CITIZENSThe Gerald and Clarice had an with :Mr and :Mrs. Murklee: '' ,
enjoyable visit with their brother. :Norman They all visited George; _
Hampton Senior Citizens Club J.G. Adkins. a few weeks ago on a tripIn \Khameti who in a patient at :North;
::... \ will meet on Friday. Nov. 3. at 2 P.M. various parts of Florida Florida Regional. Hospital in
for an enjoyable afternoon at the City Mrs. Vernon K. Dozier of Bartow, iainesville.
-I::. Hall and Mrs O'June Eltis: of Georgetown. Among local people attending I the
All interested Senior adults are S.C, have returned to their homes Senior Citizens luncheon I'
Invited to attend following several days visit with ,Mr: Halloween I'.irlv. held in SJ.ukc .,
and !Mrs. Gerald Adkins.! October J4 \\l'fl'Irs.: ,. Kvcl.vnVuughan. : .
CONDOLENCES : : !Mrs. Emory Prevail and her .Mr: and :Mrs. Wilfrid
sisters. Mrs.: Joel Smith of Fontaine. :Mrs. Viola l.clehvre and
>' is extended to Mrs. ..Jal'ksonvllle.and: ('alvln Richard William l.IIhn.tr.: Lahn entertainedwith
Grace Deal and Gerald Adkins on the of Ocala have returned home after his electric mandolin
L&'trw one weeks traveling in the Smokies. :Mr, and :Mrs.Mllrid Fontainepraticiputed -
death of their brother J.G. Adkins. They enjoyed the lovelv fall colors. in the :Iacklntoshrtll
& Mr. Adkins was a native of Bradford shopping nt quaint .places and just and Crults Festival on (October :2!K,
County and died on October 23 at being together They enjoyed the banns singing
Winter Haven. Services were held :Mrs. Shirley Norman;; has returned street dancing lovel.v' old! costumes
October 25 at First Baptist Church of home following a visit( ,with :Mr. and niul antique carK Thev sponsored n
Inwood. with Hev. J. Willis Campbell :Mrs! )Dnnnv Norman: In Guston. K('. booth along with about nil: other
officiating Burial was at Santa Fe She m'tir.: and Mrs: I D.W. Fort at people who displayed all types of
('iMiu'lorv near: Hampton Lake MnAdkins > Ashville. :'10.('. They visited the Fort handwork, pointings macrame and
lit also survived bv his wife Biltmore Gardens; nt Blowing Rock.s other crafts,

:Mm Vlrgie: celebrated her birthday::.

,. on October/ 15 .
;" '. ::.' ,,' henry Spell had a.family
: .
< "" ce1et>"nilion, In honor 01 his birthd.iv on ,,'.
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ektl ".,. October ::!". r" 1
L 9IIM, }.N
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:Mr. and :'Ilr!!. Lnuie Fordoru and
NOW IN RESTORATION "! *i" .:Mrand: :Mrs, Joe Stt.'fam'lIf'iHItl'd
:Mr and :Mr, llenr.v Slefanelli last

One Of Lawtey'sLargestAnd Oldest Homes Gets \ ." week at their Hampton Lake home
r; BRADFORD .:Mr and :\Ir".' I'lIulIl'nl: ( and :Mr.
COUNTY FL9RiDA' > and :MrJlarold: .AVutcrs returned

A BIG FACE LIFT! j<. ,. home Saturday Inter1 nn enjoyable j
,'''fJ' '; It. week In the Smokies They saw the !
,,;;,, ..Q\,,, NOVEMBER 7.1978 """ : lovely autumn colors around ,\Kh\'lIIe. 3iatlmburg
This beautiful' old home, built by the Oinkins IMPROVEMENT CO., of Gainesville, owned I' e.g" ( and Cherokee. They' also |
family In the early ItOO'j, was purchased by Mr. and operated by Richard A. Hall, to perform Ii : and Mrs William Crouie, formerly of Jack.ontheir work. Mr. Hall had a display booth tot up "nd'hllling( other places of Interest a
villa In the past ytar. last spring at Ilia Bradford County Fair showing 1& THE BOARD OF COUNTY COM :Mr./ and :Mrs. :Martin :Meng spent a .* \,' Slew
The Crouses are now having their home retod.y's newest products for modernizing older "" MISSIONERS OF BRADFORD dins lit home after their wedding t't.t. ?
sided with vinyl insulated siring new doublehomas.. COUNTY FLORIDA SHALL ASSESS ., trip to South Florida They left "'rlda\"!{,tq \
insulated windows, new chimney bricking and Mr. Hall has a 'lifetime of knowledge and experience for u fewdavH 4ln the mountains and a ,'' \
many more improvements. In home remodeling Is dedicated to ONE ((1)) ADDITIONAL MILL ON TilE ,,'//j.: .r;-: trip to Ohio where the 'will visit! : \

The CrouM My this is their "dream home," performing the highest quality work, and feels ", TAXABLE PROPERTY. IN THE relatives and friends, '. |
and they are very proud of the work that is being he can be of great service to the Bradford County wr COUNTY TO BE USED SOLELY AND '..
dorM-not only for themselves but for the Community.Anyone >. ONLY FOR A COUNTY WIDE WATER L ':-':(1It'ot'! : :; |
upgrading of the appearance of the community. =Nov. fl-10. ) '%, ; ;
Mr. and Mrs. Crouie chose APEX HOME
:\IO'oD00":; :; .11- Pizza green I

,, limas. carrot strips fruit cup. whole 1/ \
niYJy r wheat rolls milk :
: ; Tl'OSDY0.7.;; Hot dog on bun. J
To Consult Mr. Hall
Wishing May cole slaw. baked beans, apple sauce =
Reach him A t His Main Office ErH cookie. milk. ;
: L"FOR; AGAINST WEDNESDAY.;; :Nov; 8- Roast beef |:

.' with uav>. masIM potatoes green i
'c .;... '" '" 1:, : .,{; beanAeach' h /, hot biscuit? milk: *. aTH
2632 N. W. 43rd St. Suite 83 : ; '''' o' SD.ov.. 9- Cheese with \O 3
macaroni. 'Wefnut
/ \ cup. sweet peas, :8
tossed salad coffee cake. milk. 3
Gainesville, Fla. 373-8889 FRIDAY ;.Nov; 10- Fish portions
grits:mustard greens fruit hello/ hush

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!I Recycling Day, Is T Tuesday Nov 1.r. Card Of Thanks \I: ,.\.. ; 450 Attend Sunday School At First Baptist 11

Dave Vardell, district manager, unday-October 29,was designated the Church on today Thursday. Nov 2 promote total family Involvement In
During November every Tuesday Reynolds Aluminum Recycling nlEFAMILYOF VIctory High Attendance Day In the at a p,m. This event Is one of the the Church's social and fellowship I
from 9:30 to 11 the Robertha
a.m. Reynolds 8.SadB Sunday School at First
Baptist activities the Church provides to program.
mobile aluminum recycling unit will Company said "The Holiday Seasonis The abundance of love shown Church: as was evident In the near
be at the Bradford Square to front of rapidly approaching, with plenty of through such a large number of cards record attendance of 430.
TGAY. US-301 South shopping and entertaining. Extra flowers, gifts, and words of encouragement High Attendance Sunday Is an
money earned from recycling we find it Impossible to annual emphasis set during the month AUCTIONNovember
Reynolds pays the public 17 cents a household aluminum Items would answer them individually. Thanks October to focus attention on the
pound for aluminum beverage caM certainly be useful at this time of goes out to the various churches, centrality of Bible Study in small 2 11:00 A.M.
other :
and clean household aluminum year." businesses, organizations, classmate groups at First Baptist. ,
items such as pie plates, foil, frozen ."One of
and friends. the basic beliefs
food and dinner trays, dip, puddingand we find in For Store Owners Flea Market Sellers Anyone
meat containers. "Youngsters find recycling Ideal Our loss proved to us that we can 'the Bible Is the individuals right and
way to supplement their earnings love and care for each other. Let us responsibility to determine Cod's With Tax Number
from babysitting or lawn mowing. remember, God wants us to be that divine will for one's life." says Rev.
While they're receiving cash for the way each and everyday. May God Travis Kimbril. minister of TRUCKLOADS OF NEW MERCHANDISE
Beulah Baptist Church holidays,they're helping to keep their bless each and everyone of you. education.in .
community clean," added Vardell. celebration of the victory and OF ALL KINDS
Homecoming Set Nov. 12 THE SNELLS&SCOTTS recognition of the many departments ,
who met or exceeded their goals, a
Church wide fish-fry Is being held alPINE t* 301 AUCTION STARKE FLAB :
The Beulah Baptist Church on SR-21 --.,.... Methodist Youth ... .. -------------- -
in Clay County will celebrate Its 128th VALLEY CONGREGATIONAL
anniversary Sunday, Nov. 12. Fifty children and adults enjoyed an front yard rombl. Dot Denton as HOLINESSCNURCH Under New Management AuctioneersCol. .,
Rev.R.T. Williams of Dalton,Ga., a evening of Bible Study, hot dogs, hay fortune teller, Bob Sabo as the late SUNDAY Sunday School. 9-4
former pastor, will be the guest ride and a haunted house last owner of the haunted house Henry a.m.. Morning Worship. 11 a.m. Col. Col. t
speaker. A picnic lunch will be served ,Saturday at the home of Dot and Don and Janice Lawson as count and THURSDAY' Prayer Meeting 7:30:
at 12:45: p.m. Denton In Keystone.The countess Dracula. Sonny Lawson as Church located US 301 North dirt Earl Kerr Randy Kerr Billy Edwards 4
There will be special singing by the highlight of the evening was a mummy. George Conti as wlerwolf road beside Bradford Furniture Co.
Weeks Family In the afternoon. haunted house which Included the and Todd Denton as the hunchback. '-
All former pastors, members and. following cast of characters: Chick! Glen Polk drove the children on the l
friends are invited. Conti as witch Fatlma Mark Sabo as hayride and Mrs. Virginia Struthpresented
the Bible story about ,
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I ...... St. Edwards News ..,-area.
Approximately forty youth from all
Rummage Sale Antoinette Cosa was organist and the groups participated In the WE REED TO 1
Barbara Anderson led the UNICEF collection last Sunday I
St. Edward's Altar Society la congregational singing which evening. The youth collected S57 to be.
sponsoring a Rummage Sale on the included special Hymn of Baptism. used for needy. children around the.
Church grounds at 441 N.Temple Ave. Altar Boys were Alan Ashllne and world. KEEP THE PUBLIC IN
Saturday, Nov. 4, from 9 until noon. Frank Coss. ;
During the ceremony Rhlannon The senior youth group loaded up In
Fall BazaarSt. Marie wore a Baptismal Garment the youth van last Friday evening and
embroidered with Church symbols of journeyed to Palatka to enjoy a PUBLIC EDUCATION j
Edward's Parish Invites the Baptism, Holy Eucharist, wonderful night of football. Glen Polk
public to their Bazaar to be held at the Confirmation, Marriage, and the drove the excited group to the game I
Bradford Square Shopping Center on Baptismal date. This garment was and the doubly excited group back to ,
Friday Nov. 10, from 10 until 7, and hand made by the grandmother Mrs. Starke following Palatka's defeat. Revision Number 8 will deal education a serious blow, the effects of which would J:
on Saturday, Nov. 11, from 9 until 5. COBS, and Is to be used during futureSacraments
be felt from the and th..nbr.
Handmade arts and crafts Items, of the Church and at The youth van will leave the Church kindergarten through university throughout state. t

clothing: ,toys,plants,Christmas gifts, burial. at8.00p.m.on Friday, November 3rd, 1. There would no longer be an elected State Board of Education composed of
as well as baked goods and candies Among those present for the to go to the Starke-Ocala game In
will be available. .occasion were the grandparents,Mrs. Ocala. statewide elected officials. Members of the State Board of Education: would be

Pat Allen, Mr.and Mrs. Richard COM, appointed by the Governor and would not be accountable directly to the p ple..
Baby Shower''' and the great grandmother, Mrs. Don Denton
Minnie Coss. Youth Director 2. The State University System and the Board of Regents would gain constitutional {

Mrs. Mary Joyce Rallis was supremacy on matters of education policy.'1adng it above all other elements
honored at a Baby Shower Riven at St. of public education, above the Legislature and above the law. \

Edward's Parish Hall October 26. .. ..COMMON ITY NEWS 9 ... ,
3. There would no longer be an elected Commissioner of Education: thus taking i
Her baby, Rhlannon Marie, attendedthe
Shower with her. from the people our only dear and direct voice in the development of the afar

Gerl Anne Allen assisted In openingthe policy which governs the education of our children and all the students of this state.
by Elizabeth Walker a.m. with Minister Dewey Taylor In
gifts. Phone M4-M83 Bible Band 7
The refreshment table held charge. Tuesday, p.m.
Dell Chapter OES The regular The Sewing Circle will meet Wed
cranberry punch and cake decoratedwith :
miniature booties, and was meeting of the Dell Chapter OES will nesday at 7 p.m. at the home of Sister These FloridaOrganizations
covered with white cloths Imprintedwith be held tonight (Thursday, Nov. 9) in Ruby Thomas. The congregation will i
various the Masonic Hall on Brownlee Street. go to High Springs this Friday for the
nursery pictures.
Mrs.Pat Allen and Mrs.Mary Cissy All members are asked to be presentfor anniversary of Elder Anderson. You to'
Mt. Morlah United Methodist !
were hostesses for this event. this very Important meeting. Urge
East Florida Conference The Church) Choir No. t rehearses each
Halloween PartySt. East Florida Conference is in Wednesday at 7 p.m. Sunday School
progress In Jacksonville at Mt. Zion''' 9:30a.m: Morning Service 11 a.m.The
Methodist Women meet at 4pm. Vote NOon t
Edward's Altar Society AME Church. Churches in the con Monday
sponsored a Halloween Party for ference are Mt. Zion AME Church,
Lawtey Mt. Plsgah AME Church, Ebrneier Baptist Church t Bible
young parishioners at the parish hall ;
on Sunday, Oct. 29. south Starke; and Greater Allen Class each 'Tuesday at 7:30: p.m. Revision 8
Costume prizes were awarded to Chapel AME Church. The members Prayer Meeting each Thursday at
will be attending Wednesday Sun : Sunday School 9:30: a.m.
Pam Fowler, Becky Anderson and Family
Gary Gonzalez. day, Nov. 15. Day will be observed at 11 Party t lorhdQ School: State Council of Student ,
Denise Aston and Erika Vogeney The new conference year will start a.m. and 3 p.m. All members are Florida Republican Party SupmtntmctentBAwaclatian Body '
were in charge'of arrangements for Nov. 12,for all churches in the con-. asked to cooperate. Florida AFUCIO Flonda Pn.ouattc at .. t'
this event. inert: 'ihvi n-mr' '''"!, W}rr ferenee.n-t. ......',.i v"'i....". ."r, ,", .In Christ Free Canaan: Prayer True Band.Church each: Monday of.Cod,..... .. JI..r _.Fkaldu.A-.r Srdaod JldrnuaWatore ". FkonIIaSlud.SlA ........,,f,-<.iPrtVOfcsfr MUflOMs i .'Wt1'M".-....-.- --...--
Baptism Florida Teaching Prod rrai E x0CUttV*>Board
at 8 Tarrying Service each
p.m. Florida Community College
Dinners Ssturda NEA Florida Junior College .
Reverend Father Patrick Roley Board No. 2 will sell dinners from the Wednesday at 8 p.m. General church Aeoelation Florida Vocational dow .
service Friday. School 10 :
officiated at the baptism of Rhiannon kitchen Saturday. All members are Sunday a.m. Florida Community ColiaPrMldmt -IaIIon AaaoctadonFlonda .
Morning Worship 11 a.m. Evening '
Marie Rallis, daughter of Mary Joyce asked to cooperate with this activity. Worship 6:30: p.m. Council Independent CallvQ and Aaaoaatwn ofChncdan '
and Stephen Rallis. This occurred Calvary Missionary Baptist New Bethel Baptist Church! Florida EducationAasaciattonUnlMd UnrrantUM of Florida Schools ; "
during Sunday Mass at St. Edward's Church Bible Class each Sunday at 6 Prayer Meeting and Bible Class each Slot Community Collag Thomas A. Horkon Dimctor :
Catholic Church on October 29. pm. Church services are held each Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. Sunday Florida School Boards! Council Florida Catholic ContermcB
Godparents were Geri Anne Allen,. first and third Sunday at 7 p.m. School 9:30: a.m. As.orlatlon
aunt of the baby,and the baby's uncle, Church of God In Christ: Sunday Pleasant Grove United Methodist :
Frank Coss. Scho0l9:3O: a.m.. Morning Worship 11 Church: A Halloween Carnival was ,,

held Tuesday night. Prayer meeting

\ .........LEGALS ......... each each Wednesday at 8 p.m. Bible Study THE PUBLIC BELONGS IN PUBLIC EDUCATION. [
Thursday at 7:30 p.m. Sunday
School 9'30 a.m.
First Born Church of the Vote NORevisionPad 8
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT tion 19. Township 7 Living
I EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT South Range 22 East tot thence run Easterly God: Prayer services each Tuesdayat !
IN AND FOR Also Lot 14 Block 14 of along the) Northerly 7:45 p.m. Tarrying Service each pel. adv. paid /for by!the Ralph D.Turlington Campaign Fund. Stuart S. MirabcUa. Traaaurvr, [)em.
BRADFORD COUNTY the Town of Hampton boundary of Naverea Friday at 7:43: a.m. Sunday School
CIVIL ACTION SAVE AND EXCEPTING Avenue (State Road No. 10-30 a.m. Home Mission 11:30: am.
therefrom that portion of 18)) to the point of
Caw N0.78-462CA 'Lot 14. Block 14. lying beginning all lying and i
and being and fronting being In Section 19,
LOUISE DOROTHY PYE East and West 25 feet on Township South, Range .
Navarre Avenue and 115 Clay
,WILLIAMS, Plaint ,feet North by South previously has been Dad against you County
vs conveyed to and you are required to
ELDON L. BOX. JAMESE. Gladys I. Shafer;; serve a copy of your
BOX, and BETTY S. written defense: If any I
BOX his wit. Defendant Lots 18 and 17 of Block to it on J.J. WOLBERT. Voters v '
14, according to the JR., Plaintiff attorney R_ = o .
NOTICE OF Enaay Survey of the whoea address is 206 S.
SUIT Town of Hampton, Water Street, P.O. Box
PROPERTY Florida. Section 19. 1086. Starke Florida

TO: ELDON L BOX. Last 22 Township East. Aka 7 South a planed Range 32091.December on-1, or 1978.before. and HERE'S THE WINNING BALLOT FOR NOV. 7th ;

Known Whereabouts, street which lies betweenLot file the original with the.
Hampton Florida. 16, Block 14, and the Clerk of this Court either
JAMES E. BOX Last Northerly boundary of before service: on Plaintiff
Known Whereabouts Navarea Avenue (State attome> or Immediately BILL CHAPPELL
Hampton Florida and Road No. 18)), thence run thereafter otherwise U.S. CONGRESSMAN i
BETTY S. BOX Last Northerly along the a default will be
Known Whereabouts, Westerly boundary entered against you for F
Hampton Florida, YOU thereof to the Northwest the relief demanded In the GOVERNOR BOB GRAHAM l
ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat corner of Lot 16 Block Complaint or Petition.
an action to foreclose 14, thence run Went to WITNESS my hand and >
a mortgage on the follow the Northeast comer of the seal I of this Court this LT. GOVERNOR *, <' :i", WAYNE MIXSON R.
ing described property In Lot 17, Block 14 thence 26 day of October 1978. .. Rt
Bradford County Florida, run Southerly' along the Gilbert S. Brown As '
to wit: Easterly boundary of Lot Clerk of the Court by ? '
Lot 15 of d'Block 14 of 17, Block 14. to the Virginia F. Derby 11/2 SECRETARY OF STATE ',. GEORGE ,FIRESTONE "I ;
Town of Hampton In Sec Southeast corner of said! 4tcha 11/23., "



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State regulated casino gambling on the Gold Coast ONLY means ''1.'

more money for YOUR COUNTIES, schools and law enforcement. '

The state of New Jersey is collecting more taxes from one casino ; :CLAY COU COMMISSIONER, HANK BRUNING

than it originally expected to collect from four to six casinos. I. I 'il


Eliminate the need to Raise Taxes while still providing the same

or improved level of services. Avoid the RISK OF STATE INCOME ,

tourists and casino hotels pay more taxes so that you can pay j VOTEPd

/ .in front

fr mi sowh Molly.:*/*'.pirJ u MUST VOTE

For By Clay Co. Demo Comm.
( Paid political advertisement paid for by Bennett M.'Lifter Inc. ,

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TELEGRAPH Nov.2. 1578 111EY ... -- f- -- -
II ,a EEI LEGALS .... .
IiiO rs .E.I oE.I IsEE -- I111EE1
w -- buslnaaa under the firm Keller. St., Stark., Fle.37pB REALTY". ,2308 N.

1 P.O. BOM 1086, court on or before complaint or petition. RKZONINQ IS BEING "BRYAN'S ,, Bradford CountY. Temple Avenue, StarM,
of Ownership In EfcveH, of
FICTITIOUS NAME Interest Nasgele Outdoor Advertising Starve, Florida 32081, and November 15, 1978: otherwise ..WITNESS hand and REQUESTED FOR THE/. name GULF SERVICE," 058 N.Temple Florida, Intends register Fla. 32091, Intend to

I STATUTE AFFIDAVIT Company tie the original with the a fudge wM may be the seal. of said Court on FOLLOWING Ave., Sterile.Bradford said fictitious name underthe register said fictitious
NAEGELE OUTDOOR clerk of the above styled entered against you for the October'17, 1978.GBberflt DESCRIBED PARCEL.Lot County, Florida, provisions of aforesaidstatute name under the provisions
; ADVERTISING COMPANY before relief demanded In the < Brown Clerk of of aforesaid. at \tun.
MAJOR MEDIA OF THE court on or 32091 Intends to register
t SOUTHEAST, LTD. November 15, T978other.wtea : complaint or petition. brut! by: BeuihM.Mood 1 In N.W. Cor. of said fictitious name under SLeds end Charles IPaul H. Faulkner, Susan
I may be WITNESS my hand and the .. Deputy dark kitor. sea of Madison and Wrlrfrt Joint ovynera.IDaTed M. Bakken, Joint owners.
Robert O. Naagele, a Judgement the provtotons of aforesaid
STATE OP MINNESOTA By: for the seal of said Court on October 4tchg 11/9. S. Westmoreland St. thie 28th day of Dated this 28th day ef
entered you
General Partner
COUNTY HENNEPINSS Jr., demanded In the 13 1978, Gilbert 8. Being 132.75 on N. statute. October A.D. 1978 at October, A.O. 1978 at
William O. Nasgsle, relief M. Bryan,
By: petition. Brown, as Clark of Mid 142.75' on S. 106' on W Beverly Starke, Florida. Starke, Florida.
Jr. General Partner. complaint. .WITNESS or hand and Court, By: Beulah M. and W on E side 110/28 4tpd 11/18 10/28 4tchg 11/1*
my of
Subscribed and sworn to Dated this 12th day
As Deputy Clerk. The, John and
before me this 10th day of the seal of said Court on owners October, 1978, at Starke,
On this day pereonaly October, 1978. Janis M. October 10 1978. GIlbert 10/19 41chg 11/9. ,. ,' NOTICE Shirley Sherman. The Florida -----

appeared before me, an WIeg nd. Notary Public. S. Brown Aa Clerk of saW' ...* OFPUBLIC service station located at 10/124wd 11/2 NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO f CLASSIFICDAD'|

officer duly authorized to 11/2 4tchg 1123.IN Court By: Beulah M. ,ii' HEARING1The the Intersection of W. REGISTERFICTITIOUS |Deadline for '''.
i administer oatt and take Moody, Aa Deputy Clerk IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Madison and S. West- NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO NAME I Tuesday noon prac.re..t.. )

acknowledgmenta! the ... . .. .. .. .. 10/194tchg 1 1 19. EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT District III Mental morel nd St East of S, REGISTER fTtiursds I *before p ib4ic-IIMlnimem |
General Partner ofMAJOR OF FLORIDA IN AND Heald;Board Inc.. wilt Westmoreland St NAMEIPursu.nt Pursuant to Section .
MEDIA OF THE FOR BRADFORD COUNTY hold 'a public hearing In Rezone request to change FICTITIOUS BHB.OB.FIortda Statutes, chare M.09.1:
SOUTHEAST LTD.! a IN THE CIRCUIT COURT CIVILACTION the Bradford County from R-1C, single family Florida to Statutes, notice la hereby given that ev.r.IS WordsJ
Minnesota limited partnership CIRCUIT School Board Meeting medkim density, to B-2, .m. Paul H. IIs
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CASE No. 78-439: that the undersigned I Each word ever IS
THE CIRCUIT COURT notice la hereby given
namely Room,882 North Temple community commercial. N. Temple I
ROBERT O. NAEGELE, EIGHTH OF FLORIDA JUDICIAL IN AND CIRCUIT FOR BRADFORD COUNTY CROSBY Husband vi Avenue In Starke, A public hearing wil beheld the and Charles undersigned Wright, 1215 Avenue, Starka. Fla. i.Net responsible' for|
JR.. and WILLIAM O. CIVILACTIONIN FRANCES HEMPHILL beginning at 7.00: P.M. on Tuesday Nov. 28 32091 and Susan M. when given
NAEGELE, who being by FOR BRADFORD CROSBY, WIFE November 14, 1978. The 1978 at the City Hal FIe Old Lawtey 32091 Road, Starke doing, Bakkan, Rt 1, Box 49. 'terrors or when copy,

me flr.t duly swan, COUNTY RE: THE MARRIAGEOF NOTICE OF SUIT-NO purpose of this hearing la Suds, FIe at 7:30 p.m. business under the firm Starke Fla. 32091, doing not typed ana brought!
depose and nay: CIVILACTION : BENNIE THOMAS, PROPERTY to create a forum for private All parties will' be heard at name of "LITTLEANGELS" business under the firm IU" the efire.4rr fporation

The names d all the JR. HUSBAND vs SARA citizens, elected this time. 1209 North neme of "FAULKNERfCeyBfcansL -----

parsons Intereatad In the Case No. 78427BARBARA DELORIS THOMAS, TOiFrencss Hemphlll officials, consumers of AI Crosby, Chairmen
business conducted services, or others to en- City of Starke Planning & -- -1-
unknown i18q- -
RUTH WIFE. Crosby address g HEi -
under the foregoing Fictitious NOTICE OF SUIT-NO YOU ARE HEREBY heno04.the' exchange of Zoning Board
Name of Naegele NORMAN McCRACKEN. PROPERTY. NOTIFIED that an action Information and give el Elrea Rds I
Outdoor Company and Advertising the extent' wife McCRACKEN.vs Husband TO: SARA DELORIS for Dissolution of Marriage Interested decisions persona effecting a voiceIn the Clerk Merrill Edwards City _ __ ...:!:. !!!! -- -
THOMAS hes been filed against
of the Interest of said NOTICE OF SUIT YOU ARE delivery uf community City of Starke LAND fOB SALEtKeystsae FOR RENTA FOB BALRt K.'l"' ..'
UNKNOWN Frances Hemphlll Crosby ,,
NO PROPERTY. 11.2 ... Nice 8a.u Fa I aR R..... > I. lie ,
mental health alcoholism Lsfce
In said businessare 1tchg
parsons follows TO: Robert Alan MeCrackcn HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT and you are required to and drug abuse tress a I U10 ear tracts tos related OslseevlU. side.273esw ....> teeei,...........CH-
as : c/o Brian AN ACTION FOR serve copy of your written .l Uaeriiaeal ..sww ....... A. pre... Need 7erdseer
MAJOR MEDIA OF THE Albright Superior TruckingCo. DISSOLUTION OF defenses If any tort, on the services. The District 1_. Ms per.lt aiabltal scheeki. .... .........

SOUTHEAST LTD.. a. .,Atlanta Georgia YOU MARRIAGE has been filed plaintiffs attorney whose Board Is a citizen's group of >.... sad. ese everleekls* ......G......I ... nafsralehed (31.500.
Minnesota limited partnership ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat against you and you are name and address Is and needs the Input NOTICE OF hke. PrIM le eol with 8l7 /...,...
.. ... let
bass 100 percent required to Serve copy of James R. Flynn, Esquire any and all persona Interested INTENTIONTO tense frees MS.4 awe ie S40 1 sere
an action for ...... el Keyeteee (258*).
in its
written defenses, If P.O. Drawer 1030 planning REGISTER ,.r ...... Cas..relslIrestage
DISSOLUTION OF your and coordinating role. FICTITIOUS e. 8B-I1 anUabla.Owsw Whit Beads Lib 2BRhralceed
MARRIAGE has been filed any to It, on the ptolntlff Starke, Florida 32001. (904)) NAME 471-4379. ../..... ,lire place.8230- KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
ClassifiedAds against you Robert Alan attorney whose name and 964-6701 and file the me.Lehe. REALTY. REALTOR
I. J.J. Wolbart, with the clerk of the Pusuant to Section 4734814HOUSE
McCracken and are address original Mr. Jerry McGriff BALE .
you W.,......
206 S. Water St., P.O. court on or 805.09, Florida Statutes, FOB .. BReertlelT
GetResults required to serve copy of Jr.. above styled Bradford County Repre .r.. 1
ko stsltlpljrstslekMe .
ackwar*. *T
1066 Starke. Florida before November. 1978: notice is hereby given that tersJched. 3200-: FOR
if Box 11/2 .. .
written defames, sentative. 2tchg steal .. elaeie.ty
your .... .. left.Atlrscthre .
iedreess par
and the und raiQned Beverly ...
904/904-5200 otherwise Judgement may .
32091 s
any to it, on the plaintiff 11/9. >.. atlll ta b. Hefe> keeae wttb tag
attorney whose name and Ma the original with the be entered against you for .. . .. M. Bryan At. 2, Box 67, aiM "'n. WIE sell ler II8S. HEIGHTS .llrvpUco. ea G._ Be.e
clerk of the above styled the relief demanded In the Starke, Fla. 32091 doing Cat 472.Z933. 4ta4 10/lt- KEYSTONE
address Is Thomas M. REALTY REALTOR ....... Ceetrsl air sad beat.
1111. r......, .t..... .........
--- .:. ______ Nice ... :MIl.. lake. aid..
HOUSE CLEANING ...tII. PerUsErhrded.
Raeseaebl. ra.... .r.. .. I. CU Jack Leek-
nt.nmn. 47127. 475.SS5 alter 8 .... weekdays,
.. 475-MSI alter 1 p... sad weekoedaPERSONH. 4731475.weed .

tie th. 10/1. Itch[ 1019119.ROUBEPAINTNGI.
On sate Thursday

EAGLE. Friday & Saturday! S .EEIf--IM--

f OLASSWAfW SeTT IQ LOW NEW Uni'n1 Ca n y.iid--I

sreta '
w I n4 PRICES I f ] I '

Brand Sale! FUEL OIL TANK sad 279nOess JEEP W WAGONEERi... Eat., :
National ef dleael. hal aU wkeel. drive Wars Leck-e aad I.'" Ne lebe tee ...... '
EuellaatseeJItleB.Csl'. ..tIe hubs, street Urea sa.sed N. lobs toe large FREE
40t 10.M 2tpd' Il-L sand grips lecL Rsssfeed ESTIMATES. MertlcTMckloae.
avarytblag' ..r.... ..".zen. Itpd
% SALE OR TRADEi 1911Fsrd 11(95 er will trade.... laawrel 11/2.
know and products you trust. Save up to 34 p.I....' truck ,* .e ...... Call 431-1114
Names you Verses McCsrtaey.. by Fin alter If p... .......
Sutlaa st Brookar. 10-2 WILL BABYSIT IN MY
\ HOME Baklae. sad preschool
led 112. 3Btt:;2BA HOUSES Ural
MEN'S TOP MAKER t& shlldrast. weekdeyo,
s' ,.., dulag. rm., carport, M_. thee .......,. 490-3483.
JEANS AT TRULY r ..r......-.. breesswa. 1848 113.CUSTOM .
sAVe large etUlty w..b.ds ea fJtacres. 2tcbc

1 1-2 .L 8.. Lake

IwoLwII R23I E583 SSSm jLh TWO trailer HORSES coed ....,..Hen Joel Ietl.res 8R-231. C.E.: MADE
$ Crawe or D.M. Hale 4(83275 DRAPERIESi Fsrslterc
Cmcrkk. 498-3395 10-28 ttpdni. er .....111'1 10-18 U.. sad Dar ......,...' hweeataaetoe

ckg.3BR.. st yecir ._..
i Bnnhad. pwrearwd a bona cotta twMI V IS RENKEN RUNABOUT, SAW Eaterprlaee, Ed. .
1 atytod wm tend Mae,:tow a pookoia, v p' .4982Z1P/1
Trbhull. JO.h.p..JehaaeaFewer MOBILE HOME Laws''Stcpk.se,
ru j ir.w4aer11pvnpsraNWroMrW2.' ,1. trha. stateless ....1 11&10.1 rail babel CHi Mrraralsbedi 9/14 ...... '
{ I0 prep. ......'....,.r. tack,. prlv. ........

e1g ..,.r. ere.psse. pertahbi. and. located .. 1 ae.| Hw*. WE BUY PINE pelpwced

/ gQQUf1H1 depth .....,, electric meter,. Ir..,.... 28 .I. IresiCelees ... aewUg. ._..... Far
?! 5 UK trailer.All I. eeed ....1. t ML fries I.......4 lalermatlea eeataetSeweeeee
xAV7 w 1 Uoe 81700.Csi149/-2317.1 1/2 .L?trees Lake Butlar. Tml Timber Cempea,

4 28 ttpd' II... trees ......... (180 .. P.O. B.. 1S12. Lake City,
/% 8AVtf.OO 1958 FORD PICK-UPt will, pms. .doeeaK. And L N_. I Florida 32055. 104.751.UII.
SUPER PRICI CUT ON 78 LB. SIZE NTH DRV HUDSON ,-....Y TOWELS cute bed sad .Ml V-g 490.20/.ke Bstler. luag" 1048 2tpd 114.


WEAK 498-3308.. ..ttecha;. NEED A HOUSEKEEPER
490 :58.88 -see 440 GIBSON REFRIO.i If ce FOR ONE DAY A WEEK
$ wttk .lecal rclcrcecceT Ie.*,
Protests yaw om saw granular formal..p. Extra absorbent : In. sJumbo hl 1 copportoae,II letcrcitad IIU1lla mil .. at 498-2743. lone
=: Aaaorted 0 10-28 2tchllt.
wrl Limit a,.:ceII- pod wawr clean C apertcUna. roUl MEN'S SLIGHTLY cell .498-293 I tI.....


A oNG st HWY 100 by the Htedr.way. .
pclet top, carpet sad sectcevcrc. .... etesipMeed
r _
{ They flaws effect only Near saw par'.. ddrsees.y Limit.Rash Ws haw a waah, dry'
J prlco, not waarl Top ....... ..d rasa 8750.Pbaeej sslladdresaodstempodl sad laid. service 25 cute m.Altcedsat .

.. .; knit makar brktf 100*.%Tahlrtsor cotton ...9e-2e73.. lute. !. -...lift. ........ to JOBS ea n',. tl..
Rt.3.Bex 15.Suite. 37. Das*
.( av ) .Men's alns. ...It......B..,Offn. N.... .1.....W.Vs 25083.11/2'''' TRAP leaseets, sew Uses,
,#'A ,w.A.tArdAt acme repairs. 431-1170.' 11 A. r.......... .I.. Fercyth
''Q J lUb. 11/1 4311022. AU beeiaeae aepradetcd. -

,,: 3/31 '"....
\T SALEt FrL A Sat.N... 3 A
; f9 419 til S p.m. Clothes. nets
SAVEUPTO200 SAVELoo I .... ray ..... ...... 8 tr.
SAYE30% U PER 8(1)7 curfboard, I: l. '
18-OAL.OARBAQE CAN tape player | I' NOTICE OF 1 I
_u WERE UP1TOMS' 2876 BOYS' MEN'S AT SAVINGS! 8.W.et Terr. N.., PewellaMeb. Notice la hereby given of Ozone, I
1.88 7.88 .a.f8' .. Home Vol. It.... 11/2. that I, Dolph E. Reddfeh, Florida, and against ,

The famOus 8pakMng name aaurac *- Top quality' game tallf are HMVV tint molded plaatlc. 6. 8 8 7.88 88* aa sheriff of Bradford Martin Tackle, Inc.. and '
superior_,""" nontnguIs, .Ion..,.end.-g"'. with lid enape on tlghtlappliance ICE CREAM SHAKE County, Florida under Carious Stalvey
wene.7at' WERE 451vuryl WAS UP MACHINE 13 hcrreU 'la coed and by virtue of Writ of defendants. In the
Mytoo- l look Una laathorl Ha* two'" werklag coed.. S120O. N... to-wrt
Execution :
Clipped braasl pookata. anap cufta & front, Knae-M stockings or panty amount of 8960.83
.,"..,,,...niton dtaiHn0./ M...'.,boys'.....*. hose, regular A quern slzaa. *liable.IOO'( 4 Hebart tout each Mast rartaUr Sllccr Execution issued out of together with costs of
County Court of PInelIMCounty.
JSO.Cell BIG J Drive-la laLaCrecae
484-U31. luhg. Florida pursuant Have seixed and have In "
H/2. to Final Judgment for my possession thefollowing 1
The Plaltl-Kraft Corporation describedpersonal
-"" '
+ k w 55 GAL. KEROSENE a Florida cart property to-writ:
/n1 l HEATER W/.r.. ...

11111' steeds ..01. bee ......,.
New cerbereter. (40.CeaUct .. Quantity Item
EUubalb. M... 1 25 Zebco 80 XRL Reel

1/1 d.! North el Lake Beilocea 5 Zebco202
SR-121. iuk 11/2. '48 Zebco XR 20

7 Zebco 404Joheot

m. ELECTRIC HEATER1320W15.96 STslbible. d( .....,. ...., Guide
sears beet aad alriecraeaad 4 Johnson Spin Cast Sad,.
'r i1t t perabi |.raai, 0 Compeer Spin Reel BBO) )
? Y SAVE ON A SASSY k>.. Cai 498-2323. eat.
r' SLEYB TOP large 28 Fly Reel Blue Fin N 1, 48
TAKE Trophy Mark 1 No
Pan-toad Host 10 :300
ON THESE POPULAR KITCHEN APPLIANCES ewHcft. UL""'". DiacouHTMXCl OUR 2"91,5 7 Level Wind Bait Casting
YOUR WERE UP \ .AVe ,.1" Reel
8 83 BRASINGTONCadtSacOldbBiobiU
CHOICE TO**** BUDGET BUY) CASUAL MEN'S POLOS PRICED aovcrel"om.led..M.L.atytoa s.actor toctMwae 46 Cards.(12 p-) Side Cutter Ptiers-6 per

Save time t money on .Van Wye (ulcer or can SHIRTS FOR MEN FOR REAL APPEALS card
opanar.e hamburger makar or 3's qt.slow.. .. OUItD.NI..AN.. Sale AS rvfaefin
OUK Needle Nose
31 Cards (13 piece) Pters4
Ii per I
Ill 4.96 .swWEREot
I PWCIHandaome \ *Se-kchon Of Used card ;

,. I prints .I swan Smooth knN fabrto pteohct' own S.HH Can 7bke1I OIl 68 Card. (126 piece). Lucky Day Filet 12 per
: polyaalw.MOT'S 9.M.I.XU style cottar.Colors.8 to SoftbruewddramConuW. CadWadTnidtt2001N.W1337 card

36 Cards ((18 piece) Oyster Knife, ." Made. 12
.'nrA bop.SoMc..... 7-1 J. & 301 ,

P OZ.VICKS 1.39 3 Cards ((11 piece) OnterKnife, 2" Wade,24
cowers Mxitn[ Filet Knife In leather
3 Cards -=

", IAVW34"* 1 39 .' 'II,, ,ts 6 per card
PIKES Mew eoLvicKs 2 Card. (115 piece) Filet Knife In plastic -=
1 W i OAVCARe WAe1K1 aUE GAS AND OIL 6 per card

-- :,- COLA MUMCaai (Umn a) 30$S.Thompson St. 2 Cases ((40 doz./caae) Needle Nose Pliers


EAGLE SPRAY ENAMEL DKV ax A AANTa0LLo/ SHOES MARKED DOWN SKI SNEAKER: BAVINaSI WOMEN'S "WEDGIES"7 Aa the property of the offer for sale and sail/ to

w 1.63prCee.b FelON above named defendantsand the highest bidder for
WAS 588
: 49a 88c SAVEI20 secs Lubricating that on Monday*!* cash In hand the above

1 99 rnen'e 7-1. nor i a ..s. a hmara rM.rMen', 7- torn arnrawd viral.rave 6th day of Noverrfter. described property of said
seller wd Cowl, drveebnv wttp Is 02.CunOL WAeOK as W, .......youths' 10m -.. wedge --.Wes a1O.e Wholesale Warehouse "
ctorcc.FAtVIItV d
,r waits a..iSapvM.ColorAdl ae.bib awn,lea fp severs PINAl raT Colors end dytae m boyc' for 1978 at 1:00 clock .M. defendants to satisfy the
on said day on the premises aforesaid Execution.

teg, a Kmge j100'. Pike of the Bradford Dolph E. Reddish, Sheriff
1'12' W MADISON ST. PRICES ; PLUS I lireBatteres County' Jalrysrd I Mil Bradford County Florida)
OWC OUNT STpRtS STARE FLA. ; $558 583 7 TAX 10/12 4tchg 112Pale



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..... 2* .... 2$. N. .ogee.bu.aPSa.SL WOOD AND 8AW.LOC I I'' .I WARE Heavy aeaktpjvetabbe.
ree,ae ..... 8 here half. ; STl MPACE Far ....,... : etaek H_. demolypa (!

**" "Phaae"* .9044743uZ of an I 1 Tbabar llea, .C...,..P.O.., .las....1112... )(I$ U( ll, )[$i i'.. # $.: .:t.ut.K$; : ''l I .."'R.r'tI't'I ::, !'. ,0499.atlll ..WIX..call. auggoatedprice lar (184.Phone REALTY

** Lake city .. . .. .. .. .. .
ru.. aioit. ,,_ "" ...c ,.. ,1 N.......,, 472-2933.
Pbeaei 1.e04.7U.111). 10-M I2ipd I MOBILE HOMES .....
Why 10-10 4tck
-- ..rot Bev dlraet Iraaafactory. Praiay t PMONI 94-777*
p. -- 117. ....., kraad aaw Uraa

I CLASSIFICDADI ) PRICES"pA"iD-J.K SHEPHERD.wr. ... ..... 16Wfl*a. aMavItpd gasIbe. 34,14.1twM.o.. L.... aobrMoa tVTARKC at .... bats... ......... "'-.. 4.aad lIT Saturday.. ,.... Ne.abet.... SteaM 3. haul IB bug i body WU eat.....-sad.... m JOIN. TEMPLE

Deadline for Intertloni S ... II/S. ....... ... ..... $3ss.Ph. .1 ...*.. Nat .. UAP.KC FLORIDA
.... ...... ...-., || ..". HOME CENTER UB Ml Le..Iooo' (35 far ... _... Phaaa 4(810

I I Thursday Tueiday. noon baf aracadlngl 5LIN-8.... I* 3/4 MObILE MM. ar ..... N......Opea. ..<.*. 1 Ie. .........4MVI4SI.. ..** "ar/*. ..! oaaty ...... lath* lift 2524.. .10.24. .3t.bg il-I.: :- TIM best way ta do business Is fa know the people

ore public HOME II....,. .... (048741.tickg. with whom you are doing business. Respect and
FT. COBlAi 8* HP .
Minimum.lion.' I .SALES.,. ....".". ..-MOI. 0.... 1 NEED CASS lot sad tad Uti PLYMOUTH'' OLD UPRIGhT PIANO.Frattweed. ......,,,,..,.. boa aad1iralar trust ere the two mo Important teeters tn e buslness -
I charge (2.00* &f/c" ..ertp.r b avail BLOCK HOME with .... DUSTKRi *... das (IS .boot ......N.... aamplata with. ...... relationship and personal relationships. ere

(Coven. IS Word) WANTED i-M.; I Ih;;. ..... P.y .0 yiaar bIle sad _..S bathe. .whh. IS...... -a.. AC. PS. r._ 144.759LItag e.. .r5._........ .... 41IMa. lap. 0.... caadKba. r... the best way .. gain respect and trust. \
Each word ovar Is IIt ..$. sad ,..-... Will pick up. baa aaab la oaaaid aaw. C.Bt. 5, ...... c...... CH/A. ll/t iMhg 11/1. 473-2113. ..-.. tIed 11-2. It has always been the policy of this firm to tie

10 Cent I OLIN MOBILE HOME 911.. TrIg LI,. Mart. .... 781-aS71.ln. ../..... FENCING. Lay It.... ..... our but to detarve your frost. We are concerned t
.Not retponilble, for| SALES. .....a8011. 0.... 7 .. Rll, Bm 4*. Haaip JEEP CJS IM. 4 aawUtary YARD SALE Frkbr .rf8t ..... barb w..... Held stash.ad. with
error* wh.n ,Iv.n ov." days a week &f/c.... -. Fb. 32044. |19041| 44M- A GREAT RUT AT ...,1GO" ""'-_ sled up. .,..,. C.,..,... to .. F... .......... you as a parson. and your own particularneeds. :
....... W. don't want be ,
.. .. to j
aaata. you unhappy because
the phone or wh.n copy!' *642.ITYckg.. k.e're.m.aaa bath home dig -.... B.Mtal Moabaapbator Maaabg 1'.... C... 473- ..
Ill not typod and brought! 'W-E-.UYncA i--daily.. ---------- .. .... la ell,. N..... OHM has bush gud. law bar.rs.ay "' '-7.__... ....... 4822. 10/12 4tpd lift basically we dent want to lote your friendship. We ,
I to th, of lie*. I W. crook p..... W.... reBuk-a, a great ....._, la .. ......* IMW. .. 410 SItpd ,....... sell real estate te make a living but there are ..

....-----... wright. P... Co., Stark far reataL Phaaa Pat 904JoaS.er37S.7748. -, ...... "" .7ft' ar .a .ba St. 111.G"UGE ANTIQUE STORE ....... more valuable aspects te life, and you *nd your

IIIII! w -- ....... M...... 11/2 TF .. .. .. -... .. 10-M IcH .5.. .... fraal TI..IStall. oa US Ml. Ready .. aaa.ratei family are more important .. us than material j
: HI-!. ...US 31 Narth. 146ttad SALE (10 c... ....... mast MIL gain. >f

KoyntoneRrea WANTED TO IUYI 88N. "lr W.: .f( ,::1 : -- '- 11-1. ".. ....... Tkinaay ... Term. la suIt ..,.... Pkoaa904S780473 I It may. be an old fashioned. way of doing business \

..., Canaan, Ckovolb ar FINAL REDUCTION '' U : F....,. N_. 3. I.... taO ... write P.O. .but its the only' way we oper.'.. We are In the
-- ... .... .
any ......, Chevy ,_. .q --- Ab.ontely (20,000. Mil. : ( 'Y liS"" .- %. -. ,, faraaM Bo. *049. Ababa. Fb.320IS. 1\\
with 35V ar ever... 4 ..pasd.Pb. :ETA: POSITIONS All tAb. sad p.'.. ....... the \ ""' JIf.R"" :".. _.> ....... ... MOO ...... wbdm Itpd 11/2. business of helping people and ef course people

Rdl ..... ......111I. Jill a tpdII ipplbaala far .... ,...$...... deal.at taa ,....T.. hamee.eempletery ... .1 I bath tub ........ sad come first. See us tod.,.

,, jaba .... ba .._....... .......... .... '" alter ha.. Itpd 11/1. YARD BALEi Saturday sad
.. W-.... > .., .H .. .' . .. .......... salt e.. .. 30 minutes te Gainesville 4
&0..... .......,.. .1. 313 1(75 HONDA CB *25. Law mIST ......,. 9 ta K p... Paaaboopltal.
MOBILE HOMES FOB 15 MI .1 Iba last 10 weak, W.......... I.. luhg 11/2. .aaac*. ........, ........ a.,., Tn a.d IwwMy la IMA. 1'..... S 41 minutes to Jacksonville II

RENT Oaa .... ... badraaai. \ ',gR; :UNt ; vataraaaoat ........... plaala -- 300 ....'...1.. ..... dry with Lawtoy Mh ana._kgb. Woa'aa. ...... ..... ......... I.... SO minutes le Silver Springs. :

largo ..WI. ...... t. .. Ik.. '........ for 10i50 MOBILE"HOME batwaaa >4I p.., oak for bit hag u ..4, HIM 11 n. SO minute to St. Augustine '
CH/A oa Laka G_... aachjab.LEAD. Goad ......$.. with "'ri- I.... .*..-4,..... I'". wa, with EX (a... Ralphrya.Rseka,94447M p.ra. 00 mlnulei to Daytona 1
8R100 u,... Iraai P J I NICE CLEAN THREE TEACHERi Meet ba. orator lad -.. Phaaa904449S. lilt 150 minutes Cape Kennedy
a.Mi Stop. A........ SMW. 1 I ROOMS sad bath, ..,...... able la plea aad ....... 81,099. Had ll/J. YAMAHA DTI-, 250 ... TF/rb. ISO ,mInutes World ,
473-2722. iuka. 11/2. ,......... lot ... tad ..tIs. ... with with da. -- dirt bate. raal ._ (300 .. oDDo1FURNITURE Disney J

I 11_.. Lights' ,.,....... a,. ......1&0.'., ........ LUXURY HOME af --5bodroemo ...... for ooaoo aad ..*... YARD SALEi Friday sad .

BINGO A..,.... L..... ..... (84071. lube' ll/J. day car raeorda at*. 3.1/3 ".,... .... ....-0006. 11/1 2lpdII s.t....,.(.M to4 p.. Oao REFINISHING BRICK PINEBREEZE. SUBD. Me.tSO..- An excellent

... 202 S....., 14 ....., ----- TEACHER Man ba able .. FbrUa. ..... 1 ........... /. BIO ... Bailor .... TV. --- buy 3 BR I 1 / 2 tile baths hilt ha nequipped
Saturday 7 p... 11/2 12.50 MOBILE HOME |.. warh. with hlUraa I. obiaraaaa. tr._.... atara.a ..... ..,.. &.. Ighl ....,.,... ...... r,.. EotbaataaSuaoklaa .- immaculate lv-3 'C'.. Owner transferred. I

TF/cfca"" ;. ..... ,..... Iural.b.d,1. ..1..... cbiaraaai.altead hire p*.l .!.. (t .?.. ''I rest......Iot....101......-., -- .
"""-- S90/...,... P.... 782-3481. paroal grasp ..... ._.tlhl ....... C.. P RTUNltlS"" ,-.. ladles toyo, other Acraa 7000. TO SETTLE ESTATE 407 N. St. Clalr..

LOST Jr..... 'Sailer, 11/1 2uk. H/t b.. at.. ba raatad. .. ".I.f. Marriarka beau, lukg' 11/1. M... Frl.I FURNISHED BRICK S ACRES 4 BR 2 Bath .

'1I.rrrW.I&: .,. Mcaaot AS8T, TEACHERi Must ba L. ....., tM-17X- ....*- 4i30 ,... CH4.A years old on Forsyth Rd.
able to ....., _..... to
,.......Oct. 30. 11110. BEAUTIFULLY FURNISHED af ..0..,.. .... aa* .ear..... MM. 1111 3tcbg 11/18. OWN YOUR OWN ....'..1 ___._ 'L.____ Pkoo7i9'-...7"- COUNTRY CLUB ESTATES. ,aoo. 3 years. old I
1 ..... C...... aalbr ... BR and faahbai akop, elforlag .
with apartaieat. dillies ao .- $ ... -------- Jaaa LIME ROCK. All. Taylor.' appro 2/3 acre 1500 sq. ft.. fireplace t car j'
.... tag cud ..b.... U(. Carpel, ....... al Ula bath 9ECRKTAHYBOOKKEEPERi. : MOBILE HOMEs F... tba, bleat I. F....... L...,.,. P...... 7(2-1172 IPOOBOOBd.illiunC. 3 BR 2B. brick central water
garage vacuum
473-3082. Reward. ltcbg ..., ....ri" 4.,. sad Must ba ........ twa ......... I j..... .,." ....". lad,lee weokdayo alter 0 ,... ., sof'...,. patio.CYPRESS .

11/2. II,.,.. private pay.4parblag. to w.rk with psbM.. "bath, MOO .._. mad Uha apparel aeotawe jewelry, ..,u.. ........... (/14 .
-:-- .- Ideal lit conpU.,. 25.0$. with. ....UI. .... ,.,...,. .. aad ..... &........ tllc... HUNTING' LODGE With electricity .
.. .. .,..... pra- ,.. ., ... ... plumbing on one acre In Lake Butler Game
... .d.
FOR RENT Offba .; ar ......., ........ ...toil 7/>ntk. Phaaa S33-S884I tIC"l year "
....,.. Kar.toao.paco., N. c........ ., ...,.. E.. with' '.......1 aappartori, ar .....789.4. lUb* 11/9. big fraai aver 135 BLOCK BUILIING;'"Now.coacrata Management .r....
..u.., tocallea. R.teraec.a ... _wo braade.(1SMO 2.WH .. It.. US COUNTRY LIVING-. Eleven".. one half.. acres 'in I,
L...... ...,.. M....., lypa Maintain all.. .
..UI... Call ..714'07.w. .....1,... F... (84-8265. ...1..*. ncardo .._..'.1,. l7TlI.50 MOBILE HOME ..c..... ".Ia.I.. 301 ... 8R 228. Zoaod Pearson pasture. with a nice home on Brownhte Rd. !
TF-ckg. T.. .....,." traUlag ... IUtarae. .....re..II.. .. laqalre REALTOR EASILY HEATED COOLED 040.00
......,., .... S ..... -- PROGRAM SPONSORED bcdraan, tarabhad.2SOO. P.O. average ;
..d C.CASH. TWO EFFICIENCY by Coaearaad CIt..... ., $ P..... ''''''''114. Itadlift. Yea may "have year Bo* 579. 8Urko.. '".". utility bill.-212 Redgrave-a wonderful house for a
..... .. 15 .
he Itttla .
APARTMENTS withatllltUl Bradford C.., I... Eq.al large family. Owner financed. I
FOR Cal ..u... far Mr.. WIIJ&., '
GOLD Swra.(. BAHIA HAY A' .. ... I tt 3111 NORTH .
.. Opportunity E.Ia.r.Apply 403 PINEWOOD DRV.
...1. 150. ---- This 'Is one that you will I
jawalry. .Ia........ ..... .IOI--ln..u.. Itpd 11/2. .
al Fb. Stats klghly fertaiaed. P...... 984601. LA WTKV.: FLORIDA
...., Eaipby.oat NICE FRAME
distal old.. Will visIt It. pine ISO deposit.Ph. HOME with have to see to believe. The rooms are large. and
( yaai ... $.'.''', (old ..asrthms.byNar.23.1978. 3 B,. ttckg.wTri'oNTir"HoiiJ8E. ,7M: 3K00Levely '
.... ..,....... M,. RIM 904-8120 altar 11 larca kltckaa, taBytarattad ClassifiedAds great for entartalning.'
Ma. 1'-1011'. !!/." .... 10-20 2tchg 111. 11/2 CH IA. .,,,., ORANGE WESTMORELAND Large lot neat
3tck( 11/10. .*traa. Mast .... tba baaaata OF 3 ., 4 BR 1 12hath.
----- .. Ut at ,.. CetResults VACUUMSi Maoybraadaalaow Block homo aa S home (14.500.
yaar or aaa as
FOR SALE OAK LAKE THREE BEDROOM, S bath P..... 4-7SX4 waakdaya ........ v... ...... CHAA aaaayeitrai. 301 LAWTEY- Formerly part of motel. Could beapt.
ESTATES. oaa to throe asa .,&oc... .or.... Us-1 I REAL ESTATE SALES machine. available. Part. offices
altar > (30,000 ....., or 14000.
,.111. .. raraJ..... (200 let aad bit I I Eajoy ,.. boaaflta af falltrabtaf p.a aartlaia waki ... .
.. .. tract ... 11111... ......,... lar all Ibaaced.Poultry OUT OP TOWN Large frame home t .
lilt.'PERSONAL. en acre
loath, ... I IP.o. I tm .....d. mm4. .
U."U/ura. 02(5/Da.: .rIly depa.lt. aa vacuum .,...... 404 N.W.
29/a... 0..... ph. 8134711053. .. .....-4Z87. TF-chg. I i ii .......11.. .,... la real 1 .. 10th A..., Galaeevlllo. -Farm---..-.........1 014,000. Ownar financed. \

10/llTIIcbg. ..&0... Ccatury 21 SkewCaia : P... 378-7110.. &f/.h,. modern ......., room 013,750: : NEWLY PAINTED FRAME-414 Lake St. I
LOCAL LADIES a.. bvltodtoitudy .'....... ... and twa BR H..|..,.. ""-4'01. (SERVICESBRADFORD S GPAI "fNG--; Faet. more doted. BLOCK 810 LAKE ST. Comfortable

,.. Book .. R..... _&01... Light sad water '11/2 Tr/c... ...-.., .....c..S.. Rudy at --- I I home which feature* greenhouse (27,500. Owner ,

aach. Thursday at Ii30 ..... ..d...... November. 1 t.Jam. 0 SEPTIC HAY 10-1000 BALES W.... Flea. Market. Friday, 2 BR bungalow aewatova. ''financed.. 'J

oaraar of Cypraoa ... 1. Na ,.&.. Pb... 5312318. .<:ORRECTIONAL OF. TANK SERVICE .,..,.,.. PENSACOLA Bakb klgkly. Sal., S..., M.....,. TF..... ......, A dryer. DUPLEX 013,500 Lake St. 4. Rd. ,.. Own.. 'ffln..nc.d.

Syh.. Itekf 11/2 10-28. 2t.bg 312.KITCHENETTESI I riCER It c..... with. roeldeatbl ........&.. 40. 1.0..... 1.40-1.AO. 984-8(21. (13.000. Will ....1... .
------ ---- ------ I"..t..1. opportaaltloi, Cee ..relal. ... ladaelrial.Fally II, .a .2tpd 11 JIt. CHAIN .INK-'ENU trader aa 'n... 1
FOR SALE, Blc'.., 3 I BR'i' aaay ,rug. .....,It.. 40 .,. Ic...... P..... (84- NOW OPEN FOR' materbl. Da it yannolf sad --- -- SEE US FOR VA & FHA FINANCING
I ..... apt pool. TV. AC. atllUoe. ..rk wash, ahllt work.Satraaca 8121. *.... INelallatloa available. 1/2 ..... pleated
..., 3 ...... ....... .. tfckgBULLDOZER BUSINESS. M... P,.. ? REALTY IS READY
I back nod ...dlil.., .. P.._ todiidod. Totally ..un.W..I' ......'I: salary (330. 0 blkljr. .- ._,_'- dace Staad. SR 100 ....... Free ..ti....... HaedyMaa ....t.,., ea graded ,..... TERWILLEGAR

j 475-28M.. Itpd 11/2. Toajpla. Motel....t..l,(80 ra'.IN... '*ilducatbaal.... VA-OJT appartaalUoiivallabb. .pp,...... WORKi Pboharot. G,_" Alee hey F.... .C.. 984-8559. 8110TrVchg. $ .950. with 12!/.!pet 4.. WHEN YOU ARE

FOR ,CI L l'j".f''' .1.11.-h' Tonplo. Starko. P.... '''4- Raa>..-....,.. Sm.U daiar, ....c..I.. aad bareoa far. oala. Itpd 4 acne A up with Urge Lucille Conner Spry Associate, U4-0420
.. '. J.S-.dtlzoa ..., IS ....., ; 11/2 __ PATIcovE' 7' iW .... .. US-301 .
1/ ''''' ,,-,., $ 301t'd9ize 'r.1t'ile yro.. ;sad ...U... P..... Jlaaaiy, Lawtey..U l
U'.8 I' 5.131 .... '....... CU --- : -..Rffr.. .' rodll' .Mea.l. ........'Li.iu' .M....... ea-8230. tl/eka GARAO.B-M-JI'' .7e...___...... l< ........... C,, waaesm'edibl'.(3.0OO _,..,'. .,. .
;; ;; .u ;U .ii'i.-TGED.Appllcaato : : __,..' -- .... '
475-1070..ltd 1111. __ EFFICIENCY .... eloeplag I 'I ; fraai 9 3. I cleaned .....1 supply. GATOR per acre. 12 pet .... "lM' -'iil' 'A': .J.\V "
...*.., ....
-- -------- ALUMINUM. 4820
-'PAINTING. 400 S. Tboaipeaei St. .. N.W. --
S aeil ---
FOR SALE Boaatilul ..... US-301.i..... a v.1/2.11.........North.. Metal.... ...... .111... r... State ._.., ""'.., S.. .Rudy Faet.ai R..'.... OU C. Itpd lilt. 13th St., Galaaevllb.. Pb.. 30.35 Aeree 1340 US 301 -
olto .. Lake B'....1'.. cboala P,..... 8R-I8.., Wool ..11Stack. Waldo Fl. Mor".,. 372(707.. in &f/c.,. (30,00 Terms.C..fertabl. Ralph DryniRca1 iinrsi,: !
Friday, --
echoed. sad tfchg.bcatad .. P".. [(04)) (..... .
akop .s.dy !
S., S.... .. --
.. ,. M.. TF. GREENS. ------------
boocb dock 15000. Call FOR i NTri.. .,.. 8125 axtoaeba. "17. Write ckg.RR. GREENS Raaebg sue ,:I HAY, G.... qualIty highly ."aider. Irama l Estate (::1.\\1\: : : (; t
altar 0 .... 482-5232. ... P.O. B.. 747. S,..... F... y home, 9 ,_. I balk
.,.w. Keyetoae, ara. M.,..,'. G...... 714 I lertlllied. Ralaad $t.r.. lufN. .
O.-R..k..4tcbg 10/19- just alt Lawrence Blvd. ... Office.32091 Attoallaat A. Peneaael. "LANDCLEARlNGi Lafayette 8... 8&0,.... ...._ Ph... (84-8345.. 10/12 4tpd appro* 50 ...... troeo 3 S&o T..pI.,.... Fia1I..78S A... SI'EI: ti.-I.n !
11/9. buoy c.,..,. Call 473-4907 Equal Op.p.ntu.lty 0.... work' ..,.. ... ...11 904-7320. I...... II It. '11/2 ...&ol..b.. ...... 1 MH
.........'.. 9 o.m.-5 p.m. Ask E.pl.,.,. loiS j..... Pkaae 488-1828. 8/17 .p." Appraiavatoly. .
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119TEMPORARY ---- -- ,
SALEs 8la la k.d. Ion Mr. Wharton, "... 0tckg 'rr..... SNAPPED MOO me. Income aa 0acree. \ SIIIJl"'I"n'
FOR YARD SALE Fri. 3rd Sat. CORN. (100 perI. $075, 2 1/2 ..d 3 1/2 ...., HIHISC l.ltt'TwoSlitr.t
c....., ..'c.i.. cklld'adraiiar. .. POSITIONS '- 4th llaaeefcald. ....... ... Walawrlgkl. Farms.Ph. (03.000. (more. load loll, 8R 223 A.1076t I.I: : ;
..... .
Broker ,.
II. .
PALMS-A'P'i'RTMEN'TS. available) .
Maple 60. 8.... AVAILABLE. Aa MACHINESREPAIREDi CIo'.... All blade Material ... (84-7813.. 11/2 (
drawer disk. (20| TwaTarklaa Cfflcleoclei. turalehed. applicantlatake All aiakoe. 'lebeerl... M.",.... Rd. 18" TF/ckg' BR black 8R 10 ::11I.9.lulll1, f
Vaalllatori. (8each. Weekly. or .....'bl,. 2313 N. ,. aeelalaat with Sec- .1....... .1.... aad ..1"...... Keel at CITY LIMITS. 30 u.... on graded road, Eail.I077t. N<,""IIIJlI.1..hil..lI..nll'I I( ..., ,
II 8 H..h. A...... Pro
4734549. lUkFOR 1111. Temple A...., harks. 1459.3390. '7. Wark giiaraateod. J.... P.... (840057. Itpd 11/2. $40.000. .\ 1111.11.; ,
TF gram. Strlckbod. ..,..,af -----------
Ic.. MorgoaRoad \\Oll.MSKOH8ALE I Imihli. Ui.li". .
d.,.. Must poeeoee ---- ---- ---- 20 SR : !
etraog sad Hwy 10. II/c. Remodeled 3 BR. S bath 10 ar acn alt
I SALEi Florida EFFICIENCIES---.--------weTk. ....Ir. ,. work. with. sad help COLOR TV, ir' aeTd W .....I. a.mlAfrican frame. CH/A .. 10 ....... Z29.1007t. !
Largo By 1o..ID...... Auto aid valid REMODELING: : --BUILD. remote control 450. P...... NIuM C....,.,. fenced with' 9 varieties 'I Ills IH u |ps's..vIire. mill
Riffb F.,. Beaatlfttl month ---------
for Ckrbtau. ..U.. ..gilt... US301 or Narth.) SurVta(J....,Motol... ..,...,. II..... ,.,.1.... ING sad. repalro. BOW 847923. 0.....'. Musk ......"W.r.. fruit tree, plus ....... 1- hi'inlciil tl<*iiniii'4 'j

1JO (3. Pkaaa. 475-211. ....,....,. 10/19 4tpdl9. Submit application tat ."....... bathe family Coaler llchg 11/2. A''.. 2 BR natal ...... I' rJI.t.I!. Uiiurunlrril, li> irinotitnllilfu -
SREC. lac.. P.O. Bos 70. ..... NaOra.rTMln.ilOv.r2eao.et T...... : ..
Itpd 11/2. Brick, black, eaacreta. -- ----------- (55,000. (" hnu". Uiii .
--___ Live. Oak. F... 32060. CIo.I.. n. .
Fir.place .cla. .
80-DAY CLEARANCE so fit1. .
LARGE THREE date. N... 7. 1978. Itckg Griff Ca..Iruetlo. DAY. it: i: a WEKKIM: :: ks-ups. '
phono AUCTION W.O.HvcrtartVeurOivitF.rin. ( o II( i.l Iii'I: !un l-ti"fil;|
BEDROOM frame ".... U/2.._ ___.___ Pursuer 7H2-3KIM:
__ Phoae
BLUEBERRY Located la .... Nine 473-2108 ar "' ''-257'. 11a........ .,..., refrigerator 20 .e.... R.,..,.. .,slli're 1 1 / 11.111.'I.
etaade. &ob.... .
chaise --- -
mOoe from Stark. P...... .....
H. Teacher, Maya
Must ba cleared, aft 1009) 400 ft.
Hoar.A .,1..
PLANTS (644030. after 3 p.m. Upd"a Center. 1585/... for 9 ..... ALCOHOLICS ANONY.MOLtS act toe etarte w. will In.truct you Int.ttina 301

_________ AA Degree .b Early Childhood P.... 904-0894 ., :7 p.m. .Ioa,.. Saturday Friday eight 7:30 up your own bM.. .L commercial- -- -- Nortk. j:

Tifblua And Woodard In LAWTEY Three bedroom Educatloa ar equivalent -. 9044582.. tl/ckg.. ____ p.m. ....rp. Red Aactlea C.lio.yorNi.nlCrawford' .101 Ji F.,.. .. 50 acrv*. N. ,
Hundred mobile borne, turaichedi. pay comblnatleo .. education B..., MaIn 8,.. W...... Itpd .. Lew..,. |13 $..'....1.| >
Or Thousand awe utUJtlee. '..p."" Two. and ..p.,...... EXPERIENCED MOTHER 11/2. r- ...,. ,"" -- RK.tl/n D3 :

"LoIs. Also The New And email cklldrea. NO PETS. IR.... and application) ....... t. care for yaar -- --- Worm Farm I ---- I014t$ 28 ..... aid 3BR ,
P.... 782-3279. Itcbg" 11/2. ASSISTANT HEAUSTART bleat ar pre-echaeler. to my HOBBlfi I --i. brisk, Braokar.lOZZt :2:111:1:\ : S. Trlllr
Early Sharpblue And TEACHER. Labs City .home. full ar part tJ... 9047373. .*. ..1, a,. .. ... S. I _N. Teme' Aye --- sinrkr.f. lorldnI'.ulll.l.ulherr
T Y--i'UR NISii Center. W3I .... Itpd 11/2. 298 .n... ALSO Garcb Mitchell LewKv. ft. >lm [ ".... PI.la no.1 S lot. .n GrVlli. I
|Florida Blue Which acre .
822 rod aad reel Pbea.
HOUSE NO PETS Seme.tar hour. ar credit la P.....752.3500. L..p.
.Ripen, In Early May. OR Early. Childhood. Education BILL'S SAW 904-8529.. llpd 11/2. Reokur001IIMS.
CHILDREN. (13J .. SHOP. C.. -- -
CALL 984-8404. 11/2 ar ..p.,.... aa T......'. pl." ....,,..Ia. aorvbo, ------ ._- eta.. >eur order fur nor 1031 Flva ser... 8R-230.
Ztckg ....
Reasonable. A.... (lAppllcatlea) Apply I KIRBY VACUUM t015
prices Very 1119 "'..'.", head, carbide -- -
8"....... River Eceeemlc .c...... mower. blade. ....I.. I CLEANER Like. aew. with 10 M llid. .t 1051 ..d lOSS Lit SR FAHMETTF..Appro. 14acridt I

1 Elliott Hartmann -. Council, I.... Head Start ...... aad .. ...... L.... :attachmeala. 175. P.... J I BR Brisk I bath, a R.IR 100 230 B..Mat Rd. land and beautiful aeveril.panture (
P.O. Bern 70 Live Oak. Fb.32O00. (84-8(18. Itpd 11/2. pecan
at I...... .
Building Supply, .. -- .
t lurk .ar.. ,.... :
W.q I Nicely lendnciprd.
Philip A. Equal' Oppartuatty Slarha ., Key.,... H.',.,.. ---.---- -..- 1053. 0M acra Ut. allhookapa. ,
Nursery E.p...,... Uhg 11/2. &l/c. YARD SALE Sstue4a; f Lovely'' 3BR home. renIral
REALTOR: BR. ..t". LR. Fa.'Ir.plac. all 301 .N.rth. II A. carpet. Barn. J
I N... 4. Faraltaro. _
--- --- Ie. .. -
la law -
Earlton. Fla. IB I KEYSTONE LANDCLEAR.II' :" .,.. ... aad .......Id (BTHOMASREAL 058iSU. ac,... GeIger Rd. and utility home "I111. -

JjJTS V INGi .. I .... 432 EacKd Street beih.l.R
Ph: 488.14261ANELI1 3 BR. I FR, paal.eaced !
( 2 BR hou.e I It 4era
3 Office ((9041473-4700\ ....... ..... 904-0734. 9/14 I 8ta.... Tara off SR 100 ..app.rs. yard. Saratoga H,.. I057 Oaa acT7iad 3 BR Good location.on

E..&.... &f/c.... I E .. St.. I block. dew TVI -- Iran. M M.r... Rd. Completely furnlihed.' i

1 1904)4734037EUeeaG.Suaby) '" ,aa right. Itcbg 11/2. I C 821 ...rth M alaut SI.fclarke. 3 BR.2 bath family ,.... Don't mil* Ihli II
-,.. }V/ell Drilling HANDYMANt All homorepair. Florlde. J2II9I irgo kitchen. ea aaa acre IOtS I IU.500.00. "
.. "&0,10"0,1... I DISCOUNTS ON SUMMER !984-8182 SB.".

Realtor Aeaocbte 5 C 5 I 5 S I a a ..S 0 .......1... ....-........ I ITEMSi L.... ....., air' Formerly. A.... T........ lOll: S acm, 4 BR. block Ll lie'front home-Three

aad palatlng.. Special e.....t....,., ....1. ...,"1... lI.aI Isiac.: 3 BR. {"bath. frame 2R. Bum Rd. !
HR. I cencrela
CENTER I E"..$..,..".J0I5 2" Thru6" ,.'../'.,.. for ...... 1 WHITE'S AUTO fRo 4 acne 301-N. - -
i STORE block. II & A Guest ,
.ltI..... 1'... ...1...... I084i 29 ... can. ,
I -- sail .1. 301
Ii CONGRATULATIONSNEWLYWEDS .fISt Rotary Highway *00, K.,..... Four .bedroom. two bath hou.e and chain link 1
Paneling Molding Ij Pkoaa" 904-0901 after 5 ,.... I Halghte., 473-4822. 1112uha home 1025 W. M...... St. One 20 acre tract very :>..,.. '.nu. Only 133.900.00.
Drilling Equipment ".. .Immodbto .&&0."'". ; 11/9. reaeoaabb. Just oil SR 18.. --

j Kitchen Cabinets LICENSED ---..-.... Paved ..... lOCSt 3 ..,.. aad 3BR .' f
W. have. Ju.t U... eery STATE Heady mia .. 401 loud In lawn an 3 lot.

I; Counter Tops I homo. for ,... 2 bedroom ...s..s.."........ GENERAL CARPENTRY Altaa Rd.Three I.IHHirKIIH- ->.KI- <.. Inaia, Margta Rd. Very n..'. convenient'

|, vanities I ...... ...., wllb. ,.... WORK '.'.'1.., ..... ;.'lurilumllC'uln' -- .., Rral. I-:..al* Broker..JIt.H. I06(3 BRlblach.Pratt, ... loci lion' fenead.
Pumps ban .. .. ...
BR ..
.... "ral. aa oao actS .. .. panellig, allora.tlaaa. frame 11133 iSlet
FREE I ..... ....500. I ...................... repair." J.W. Up- 3 93 \. Temple "../ aae acra Bear. city. I'haneSTARKEi - CI.', beat t'hli buy;
I067i 05 ... .
.......... church, pbaaa ''''-41084. 10/9 .....k.. Oh.1101lilt .. -- -- upis: S"\I.. a. .p'. .. Three BR, I Bath ea lot In
11 I C,....... Rd.
ESTIMATES, "COULD BE A New AUsedSalesPaflsService d/c.. ', Throe bedroom. I.. kath, paitare. I I town far "".200.00.
..tr.l boat sad ear, 1308 - Owner financing.BROOKERThr.e.
1099. 8 ,.. sad BR
.c 4 j
REMODELING Pratt St. 3 BR. 2
:3 BRm .. I.e. la Iraaia
caaalry lloajptaa. '
I ........... I ..d 1-2 mary I. the home. wa da 111" ".. .. ..rI. H AA.brick ._.1. F.r.st)1slhta. BR. I
a"eVe"8RI2S. --
co. home ....., lot E-Z TermsPlumbing Pl....... .1...,..... 2.S Balk far energy H.th cancreta black,
aa a ekady 1070 3 BRit,....
....., ........ 818,000 ...................... roofing. room ......... al a. -3 iJ-h.-: i: Hampton. awaer ........ eavlage. 1.00O plao ... 't. C..". C.sstry fenced bach yard.
S. Thompson St. ..... went at a rea.eaabbprlc.t -- -- Braad aawlSTARKEi Workshop with -r! ..n".
I ------- ,.,.,__Pbaaa 948087. aad half. very small down 0. acre ..... sites. SR' .- ---- --- --
Con Cola P'"n'' ROOM TO ROAM ." 1072. L....... ..kll. ._. :"
1340 I .s..fl..s............. 4tchg' 11.74 100 Weet, ...... flnaacbg. Force Helghle.. ... SR-lI. KEYSTONE .
964.5111 I beautiful hoavly wooded wlda Mobile horn ..
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TELEGRAPII Nov a, 1978 ;

1'':; -- Girl Scout News - ,, Public Defender On Call.Street ;; I

Effective Monday. September 25 88/-8018, Hours Monday through':

by Carolyn Eaves, was presented Leaden are reminded 1978, UM Office of the Public Defender Friday 9 a.m. 12 p.m. 1p.m.-3 p.m.

Registration time is. now for all Girl there .Is a Girl Scout shelf at the ', in and for DM Eighth Judicial Circuit For the time being, traffic
Scouta. Please send S3 with the consent library with most handbooks and i of Florida will operate a Branch misdemeanor and Juvenile cold In
form to your leader so we will be songs and games book available for 4 r Office located In Stark. Florida those counties handled by the PublicDefetxiet'a
on time. Contact Janet if you have a your use. i InitlaUy to handle all felony and Baker Office will continue to be
question.New Brownies Invested t Act cases assigned the Court to handled through the Gainesville of

dates to remember Include: Brownie Troop 683 and Junior Girl the Publtch Defender's Office. fice. ;
and Games will be In
Songs December
Scout Troop 614 celebrated the With- Alone with two Assistant Public ;
; November 14, Neighborhood The Office address, telephone
of their founder Juliette Low witha
.day nders Dunham and
Def Gary Shorn
Meeting with Registration only; number and business hours are ai
In which
meeting Monday night
joint Saxon the Starke office will have a
Christmas Caroling will be December follows Publlch Defender's Office, (
four Brownies, Alliha
new staff of an Investigator. Ed Wall anda
14 at 9:30.Senior: Aimee Ferguson Holly Shields, andBeth Starke Branch 142 West Call Street, Tess ,
Troop 669 "Trick or McKinney, were Invested. ; P.O. Boot 1059, Starke, FL 32091, 904- secretary. Hawes
Treated" for UNICEF Ka i
Monday The junior troop led with the flag ,
Cadet at the Methodist Church. and then presented a i i3V
te Troop 520 honored Juliette ceremony Church Sets
Low with and cendlellghlrededlcetlonarvlceThls'was 4 Pine Level Baptist
a birthday party followed by the Brownie story
.Came Tuesday. Special guest wasDebbie acted out by the Brownies of Troop Juniors of Troup 614 light candlesor the three parts el. the Ctrl Scout j I
Purvis Dental llygienlst. 683. Promise and for the to Girl Scout tows "'rol1lel&1 Pam Clark,Tammy Grlffls.
helping them with their<- Tanks Amy Dowllng. Susie WUsoa. Allison Denmark Donna Vaunts. Nanette Perry New Attendance Record '
Good Grooming badge Sen. Stone to Meet Friday y Lynn HoUiendorff. Brooke Williams, lighting candle Laura Gartla.: Michelle -
Debbie, also Mrs. Furrow and Dawn
Hall. At far left Michelle Klmutls with badges.

Schoenlng for helping with the Wide U.S. Senator Dick Stone wUl meet Last Sunday, Oct. '29 was students and workers riding the J

Game. with Bradford County constituents designated aa Homecoming Day at buses. :t
BOA celebrated by '
Friday while completing his annual
craflerthat Pine Level Baptist Church. The
doing were favorites of"Daisy" tour of 67 Florida counties.He church had set a goal of 600 for Sun 200 CHILDRENENJOY J
to arrive In Starke at IIAYR1DE i
School which would have been an
Thanks to Shannon Abrams Donna day
will attend Dutch 1
and treat
noon a
Younts and Michelle Klmutls. They s r all time high; however, a new attendance Over 200 boys and girls from the
luncheon In the Pecan Room of the t
1 I record set with 653!
represented Bradford Girl Scouts at was Primary Department at Pine Level
Garden Restaurant answering
Y present for Sunday School and over Church went Halloween'
on a
the Bradford County Library when and \ to of Baptist I
listening problems
the book "Our Magnificent Wildlife" the questions area until I:30. 700 In the morning worship service tlayrlde last Friday. October 27 The ,I
.. children met at the church and then j
Special guests were Charles and rode buses to the home of Jimmy and :
Juanlta Bowen, missionaries to Marie Thornton where they boarded i i

Ecuador, and Norma Davis (Joy the sixheywagonsAfterthehayridethechildren
) "" Clown) from Jacksonville. The enjoyed rerre hmenlll. .
a; R 1 church had dinner on the grounds
s sa the morning service CHOIR FELLOWSHIP
w. .f M ; following j.
On Saturday evening: October 29,
rl RU6EbSF.TNEIvATTENDANCE the Adult Choir of the Pine Level Baptist -
RECORD Church' met for a special

Brownies of Troop tea act out play In preparation of Investiture ceremony Sunday, Oct 29. was "Clown Day" rehearsal and) fellowship dinner. .
4 4 cj / ,' { Monday night. From left! Rhonda Nettles, Carla McCutchen, Mellaula Powell for all the bus children. Bus workers Reverend Charles Bowen addressed j I
+ dressed In clown costumes, and the choir after the dinner The choir j
Aimee Ferguson, Lac heron Perry, Julie Ferguson, Allsha Gruen. Marllysia
I 1, McGee Holly Shields. Out of focus: Beth McKinney: and Tara Roberta. Not& special guest JOY TilE' CLOWN members enjoyed a Mexican dinner. ,
i shown: Shannon Abrams. (Norma Davis) was present The and the room was decorated In
workers set an all time high with 385 Spanish and Mexican decor.

,r .i p.o4747 # '____*M Obituaries .. ....... o .... "on 1\ I


Paul Donald Adkins,79 veteran of World War II. Mrs. Dorothy Addison of DeFuniak Kldor O.M. Yarborough officiating. ,

Paul Donald Adkins 79, of Winter Survivors Include his mother; Mrs. Springs Mrs. Jeanette Phillips of BurlalwaslnUyal'emeteryArchrrTanner :
Haven died Oct. 23, at the Winter Frances Grlffls of Lake Butler; three Largo and Mrs. Ann Bennett of Funeral Home of Starke was ;
Haven Hospital. brothers, Doyle of Gainesville. Bobby Jacksonville; two IOns Seth Parrishof In charge of arrangements. i i.Mrs.

Girl Scouts Donate Book A native of Starke Mr. Adkins and Billy Grlffls both of Lake Butler; largo and Daniel Parrish of Lake ,
five sisters, Mrs. Geneva Whiteheadof Butler; one sister. Miss Winnie Blumeof
moved to Winter Haven from Dundeein : Lois W.Simons 7JMrs. :
Bradford County Library Director Uan Smith In all smiles after receivingthe 1972. He was a retired Federal Lake Butler, Mrs. Alta Mae Starke; twenty-six grandchildrenand
lteader'8 Digest book "Our Magnificent Wildlife." from three area girl Farm Insurance and affiliated Venhaus and Mrs. Jeanette Greene .twenty-eight great Lois Simons. 73. of Luke .j;
xcouts representing the Bradford-Union Neighborhood Grl! Scouts. with the First Baptist Churchof both of Jacksonville, Mrs. Dixie Lee grandchildren. Geneva; died Monday night. Oct. ::111.(> j
Presenting the book, which was earned by the girl scouts for selling Inwood in Winter haven Lyons and Mrs. Betty Cannady of in Bradford County Hospital following j ja
Reader's Digest subscriptions last year Is Cadet Michelle Klmutls. Brownie Survivors Include his wife Macclenny; and a host of nieces and long illness.
Shannon Abrams and Junior !Scout Donna Vountll.I Polly nephews. Harvey Lee Perkins,80 Born July 20 l!mu.: in Kmpnrium.Perm. : '
Royal; two brothers,Gerald Adkins of .. Airs Simons moved to Lake
Hampton and Clarence Adklns of Funeral services were held Friday, Lee of 676 W. from .
Harvey perkins. 80 Geneva I 12'years ago Tjimpu.Mrs. s
Oklawaha, and two sisters, Grace Oct 27, at the graveside In Sapp
Gardiner Street Starke. died at his : Simons won a memhcr of St.
I SOUTIISIDE ELEMENTARY I Deal of Hampton and June Ellis of Cemetery In Ralford with Burial Rev. home Thursday afternoon. ,Oct. 27, Anne's F.plscopal: Church In Keystone #

Georgetown. S.C Michael Norman officiating. following a lingering illness. Heights, and a member of the Order
Mr. Adkins was the son of the late followed under the direction of Archer : ; .
Born April 1898. In Clarksburg. W. of Kaslcrn: Slat :Myrtle ('hllpler0.\
Date to remember) thank you to John Wayne Hersey, the James E. and Pency Adkins and the Funeral Home of Lake Butler. Virginia Mr. Perkins moved here six Ill in Port Allegany.; Penn. '
-Thanksgiving Holiday begins PTA vice-president and carnival nephew of the late Judge A.Z. Adklns. years ago from Daytona Beach. He Survivors include her hu! Wednesday Nov. 22, and extends chairman. After taking the job of vice- Funeral services were held Wednesday was a retired lineman for an Roland II. Simorur.; two non. Koland
through Sunday, Nov. 2(1.( president late, ho did a terrific job of morning. Oct. 23, at the First Mrs. Llnnle Kelly electrical company and a member of W. Simons of Port Allegany, Penn.
-November 10 Is the last day organizing and producing the car Baptist Church of Inwood with the the Daytona Beach Moose Club. and Uohcrt II. Simons of Thono- ;
tootles and stationery will be sold. nival which has to date taken in more Hev.J. Willis Campbell, pastor of the Funeral services for Mrs. Llnnle Survivors include' a daughter Mrs. to assa. Fla.. one heather Kohcrt A.
After Nov. 10 the fund raising projects money than any carnival of previous church officiating. Kelly of Rt. 2, Box 48. Brooker will be Mary Louise Spangler of Warner of Milwaukee. WIs,. four
for the 1978.79 school year at South years. Over S3.6OO was received, a Burial followed at Santa Fe held Saturday,Nov. at 11 a.m. In the Summerville. W. Va.; a sister. Mrs. grandchildren and one great
side will be The footles will will be the Cemetery in Hampton the afternoon Mt. Vernon United Methodist Churchat
complete. report forthcoming on Ora Glllogly of Santa Aha Calif.; a grandchild.
sell for $1 a pair and the stationery actual profit after all the expenses are of Oct. 25. Rev. Swartz officiated, ...._ at New Willie River.D.- Stltt will officiate., half-sister, Airs. Genevieve Dennison Funeral services'"wrrp".hrlct"n't-d- t'
commltal' services here. Rev.
will sell for II a pad. All monies raised' counted. sp'M' of Clinton Maryland; two half ni'sdoy afternoon.: ; \' 1. In St. Annc -
through this sale as well as the Southside thanks Merrill Dees and Burial will follow in Sapp Cemetery brothers Cecil Perkins of Ashtabula. '" Kpiscopal: ('hm'c'hI ith Kev.
under direction of Haile Funeral
Halloween Carnival will be used for his City of Starke crew who Installedthe Ohio and Thomas Perkins of Dade Thomas O. Fcamster" officiating! / .
of Starke.
the school. The footles and the outside lighting for the carnival .;Grlffls./ 81 Home City and two grandchildren. Burial uax in KrxKlono' Height,
stationery are being sold by the This is the second year the carnivalhas Henry Funeral services were held Monday ('l'mt'lt'rund'r direction! of |)eitlC' ;
students kindergarten through fifth been made possible at Southside Ht'nry'EIi G riff is.81, of Rt.2 Box 68- Mrs.Barbara Kite afternoon. Oct. :!U. at graveside in Jones Funeral IlnmrFIIJahLruixTyson,3.
grade In order for a student to be ableto through the cooperation of Mr. Dees L, Starke died Saturday morning.. Kingsley Lake Cemetery with Rev
sell a signed permission slip from and his workers. Oct. 27 at his home after a sudden Mrs. Barbara Kite of Theressa died George L. Harper officiating DeWittC.

parents must be received by the Johnny Clark, who Is in Mrs. Iva illness. Monday, evening. Oct. 30 in Shands .Jones .'unerailiome was in chargeof : :i '
school. Forms for this purpose were Jean Ilarrell's fourth grade, was the A life-long resident of Bradford Teaching Hospital In Gainesville arrangements Funeral services! lor little FIiJahJharts :
sent home on Tuesday. Oct. 24. If the boy selling the most raffle tickets, and County, Mr. Griffis was a member of following a lingering illness. T of
:3. Kt l .
>on. 2. o1.1711.:
form did not get home and a parent Robin Bryant who is In Mn. CarolClark's the Pine Valley Congregational Born in Canada. Mrs. Kite moved Starke ( Pleasant (;irovei will hc
Fireman Rhodrn.Tl- held
wishes their child to participate in the fourth grade was the girl Holiness Church and a disabled here five years ago from Mt. '
:Nov: .. .
Saturday. 4 at :.1 m. In thePleasant. '
sale they may write a note to Mr selling most raffle tickets. E.ach won veteran of WWI.Survivors Clemens. Mich. She was a member of : p
Arl Freeman Ithoden. 71. of HI. I Grove l'nih'dltoIhudlMI:
McKinney to that of fecL Prizes will be an AM-FM. transistor radio for their include his widow. Mrs. Hope Baptist Church. Church. '
Maggie G. Griff of Starke a Survivors include her husband. Box 77. Starke. died Thursdayafternoon.
given students In this way for each efforts. / ;
Mrs. Pauline Dunicl L. Kite one daughter Mrs. Oct. :39. in the Bradford, F.ldor: J.li Gambit; will officiate.Ifurlal I,
$24 sold the child gels a choice of a The following classes won parties daughter, Prokepowlcz : '
County Hospital following an'' will follow in Lee ( ('nwtt'flndt'r \'
of three sisters Helen Hartmann of AiL Clemens.
hand Keystone Heights; :
cet-pound Sugardaddy or a sponsored by the PTA: Fifth grade \ direction of ll.iile ,
extended illness. Funeral I
puppet On Nov 10 the top sellers get class selling the most raffle tickets Mrs. Gladys Ross of Orlando Mrs. Mich. one granddaughter and three Home of Storks
a choice from a wide variety of prllf.'s..W was Ms. Martha Siefferman's; fourth Liza Silcox of Starke. and Mrs. Sara sisters all living In Canada. A lifelong resident of BradfordCounty.
grade class selling the most raffle Reynolds of Alabama, four grandchildren Funeral services were held Wednesday Mr. Khodcn{ in his earlier !
and eight great-grand- morning.. Nov, 1, In the DeWitt years was employed at Iteddcah'sstore
tickets Mrs. Iva Jean Ilarrell's
:\\; from Ms. Phyllis Goldberg'sfifth was ; ..
In lleilbronn Springs and later
children. ( Jones Funeral Home chapel with
best decorated booth at the carnival
grade room: Students creating Funeral services for Mr. Griffis Rev. Pat Murphy officiating. Burialwas with the Bradford County School
resulted in a 3-way tie between the ,
poetry this past week are Christa I1r
Board in maintenance. He was of thePrimitive
Jacobsen Haunted (House created by Mrs. were held Monday afternoon. Oct. 30.. in Clinton Grove Cemetery In AIL
Billy Jackson. Tom Wat
at the Pine Valley Congregational Clemens. Alich.UeR'itt !Baptist faith.
Mildred Mrs. Ann Baker's
son Laura Garcia Tracy Rowan. Ilarper- Sureh'ors include hm widow. :Mrs.Ikuel -2I.i
Drew third grade and Mrs. Carol Clark's Holiness Church with lieu, David C. Jones "'unt.'raIHome was -
Davis. O'Steen. and
Crow ford Khoden of Slarke;
Burial In in charge of local arrangements.JoeepAlne
Hodges officiating.
Monica Maslowskl. Boys on the fourth grade which was chaired by was
two sons. Vernon Hhodcn of Lake
Mrs Linda McHae the Bean Evergreen Cemetery at Ha Hord.
winning football team against the : '.
(Butler and William ( Khoden of
Archer Tanner Funeral Home of
Toss which decorated in the Star -
other 8 C was
Elementary Schools were
Starke: five daughters' :Airs Agnes 16
Starke In of Approximately acres
Wars theme by Mrs. Iva JeanIlarrell's was charge
Chappell. Jeff Herman, and
Thomas of l.awtcy. :Irll.Iargaret:
and chaired Mrs. arrangements. downtown Stoke
Hilly Jackson. Girls on the All-Star room by :
Blumc I'arrlsh Diinit'U> and :Mrs. Sandra Doe> of
Linda Alday the Football Toss booth Zoned for
volleyball team were Theresa Me- ; Jacksonville) Mrs.: ("uroh'n Walker of Business
folium. Marie Doughman. Michelle decorated by Ms. Phyllis Goldberg'sfifth Mrs. Josephine Blume Parrish. 81. High Springs tmd :Mrs. Kay Tyler of Fronting on US 301, two

Hall. Helen Rivers Tracy Rowan.I grade room in the Halloween Lonzle E. Griffla of Jacksonville, died Monda,, Oct. 16. Sturke: u brother. William C. Khodcn other streets and the
I Ann llolzcndorff. and Erika Gruen. theme and chaired by Mr and Mrs. home after extended .
in a nursing of Starke; three sistersMrs.: ('earlBrvunl railroad. Ideal for
The students have been busy Andy Garcia Lonzle E. Griffis. 55. of 835: N.W.Srd illness. of \\'llIIston.Irs.; Thelma
decorating their room with Goony The !ten-gpced bicycle was won by St. Lake Butler, died Tuesday Oct. 24. Born In Bradford County, and Wlseuml: :rK.Iill'; Prevail of Starke; development. CALLCE.1'TUBi'
louts; and getting for the Mrs. Elaine Wood, staff member at of the late Russell 21 JQJEVMERRILL
ready at his home from a gunshot Mound, widow Parrish. III grandchildren and l.i: great '
I fallow('n Carnival by working with Soulhsidc. and the Bentwood rockerwas apparently accidently inflicted Mrs. Parrish had lived in Jacksonvillefor grundchildrcnd.Funeral INC.,
Mr: and Mrs. Andy Garcia who are won by Michael Crlffis. former r A life long resident of Bradford and'Union the past 3 >ears having lived in IIt'r'lcl'sI'ft' held Sunday' REALTORS 3721494Gainesville.

the chairmen for the Football Toss Southside student now. attending County, Mr. Griffis was a Navy Lake Butler most of her life. nl tor noon. Oct. :""'>1. In the chapel of FL
BMS.: .
booth Super-scarey monster stories Survivors include four daughters.Mrs. Archer-Tannrr Funeral Home olSturke

were written this week by these Evelyn Brannen of Lake Butler with. ...Idl'r B.II. Kawles and!
students Drew Davis. Ritchie U'Ii'IIMENl': _._ ;
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Overstrect. Richard O'Steen. Theresa! :Nov.\; 10MONDAY.

McCollum. Helen Rivers Russell : :\; Nov. 6- Sloppy Joe on
Tr lnqr. Billy Jackson. Allison bun. French fries cabbage slaw,
()(>nmark. ":ddy Hall Marie Dough milk. 6 AKWIK

man. and Tom Watson. Allison TUESDAY.: :\; 7- Chili, saltine a,
Denmark brought in. a scary-face crackers tossed salad, peaches, rolls "
gourd that she had painted. Christa milk. My Sincere Thanks"For KAR WASH

Jicobsen made a fall leaf booklet \WEDNESDAY.:\; :\; 8- Bologna '
which is accompanied by a poem to cup. macaroni and cheese green
display In the room. limas. and sections .
grapefruit orange ;
Late news of the CarnUal: It biscuit milk. I Another Term :Open' "Under "New '

appears the Halloween Carnival of '78 TlIl'RSUov.:\; 9- Salisbury : .. :
at Southside was a tremendous steak with gravy; buttered rice. Florida's

success.in :addition A large to Southside crowd attended students and and turnip. greens fruit cup cornbread.milk. on I' :Local: !Management' :.

staff many Starke Elementary ..'um'0":\; ', 10- Pizza tossed S21SE5 Elected CabinetAgriculture I
students, parents and staff were salad buttered corn yellow cake with
1 present. Southside extends a big malt Icing biscuit milk. Modern High Pressure Equipment.


1 Dwight Slater's :I".", Do-it-Yourself Wash & Wax 50

the Cabinet Elected! .
i Food ft Seat ,' i
Open ,'' '
u.s. 301 a 2'.
25 r
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r MOTOR OIL PEPSI VOTE NO : Cars. Trucks Boats 1. '!ry"v) i!


04. t119 Plus Tos 18 01. 8Pk 1. AOepALLBRANtt .Ttu Constitutional Revisions 1 4 and 8 Campers Screens l!

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