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 9, 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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'Rep. Frank Williams D-Crystal stone Heights edging Dunn Tot to C80. it has always been, but they had a ?11.

_..._ _r .. lakeYf'rode the tide ol Democratic Williams stood on his past experience more Williams effort this time than
,strength In North Central Florida to as a legislator in this election said. j j"I
1 Outgoing; Bradford County Commissioner George The plaque was given Roberts by his fellow members wln,a handy 2-1 victory over his campaign his 89.99 percent attendance think the people were looking at .*
Roberts middle shakes ,, with Commission at the .
hands BC Monday November commission .
, meeting Pie* Republican challenger Col. Howard record In six regular and seven ,the man Instead of the party" said 'J)
Chairman E.W,Hodges,(eft.as Hodges presents him with lured from &,are: Hodges, Hazel Panlk, "Masts Carter Dunn, of Keystone Height, In special sessions of the Florida legislature the Dist. 25 representative and six-
a plaque In honor of Roberts',12 year service to the county Roberts' wife, Nancy. and Dave Bhuford. Tuesday'i voting. Williams Is a conservative year veteran of the state house. j\

"I tell you what I feel good this Democrat who is committed to taking "I think this campaign Is going to .'- \I
laws off the books than
more putting
morqlng were Williams' first words make a better representative out ofme
when greeted on the telephone by a them on. .,
Roberts Honored for Service to CountyIn Williams said
In the Democratic ,
four sph reporter after winning his primary ing. adding the campaign has brought: \
Williams by another .
was opposed
term In the State House. '
to out. 'ship to your fellow commissioners."and was engraved, Clay County resident and St. Johns him closer to the people. 1 just wantto
a meeting spiced by a plaque presentation Williams polled 12.175' votes to 6,707
be for the
a good representative
going commissioner George W. Roberts Jr. the with the names of the commissioners. and clerk. After for Dunn, an ex-POW In the Vietnam County school teacher Tom Rivers. "
Bradford Commission returnsof the presentation the board saluted their co-member. Rivers into the second people.
County accepted more war. in the run-off election for the got primarywith
Williams expressed satisfactionthat
unused 1977-78 budget monies and heard a white. After Joking about Roberts' "hard-headednesa. District 25 state house seat The district Williams but was beaten 6.848 to
of the
collar state delegation recommend the creation of a Shuford said "this will be the county's loss." encompasses Bradford Clay, 4.243 in the 3-county second primary every one nine revisions
competency board to pass out local construction, "Words can't express the respect I have for this man and {northern pert of St. Johns runoff. William., however says he proposed by the Constitutional Revision
Commission failed. that
licenses at ,their Tuesday Nov. 7, meeting. and what he has done for this county" said ChairmanE. counties. thinks Rivers would have run a "
ought to give somebody a ,
: message
W. Hodges. stronger race In the general election
I Roberta opted not to run for re-election to the county ** and Williams his boost from says the conservative Demo.
1 want to thank you all say I've enjoyed workingon got biggest than did Col. Dunn pointing out he
post he held for a total of 12 years in two stretches and' the board" Roberts answered with his wife Nancy -. his home county of Bradford where he beat Rivers by about 2,500 votes and Williams'' said he talked by phone
) in his last scheduled meeting his fellow board members standing next to him. got better, than a 3 to I advantage!' and, Dunn by about 6,000. Tuesday' night with newly elected
E. W. along Maxie Carter Hazel Board Paulk."Gib"and "Everyone has been extremely nice to me, the board polling 3,345. votes to DuiuVa 973.. "The big turnout helped me quite a Gov. Bob Graham Lt. Gov. Wayne '
Dave Shuford with Clerk to the people I work with and the people In the county. It's ;.. Williams carried Dunn's home county bit because the Republicans came out Mlxaon ,and House Speaker Hyatt ,I
Brown presented him a plaque and traded board tongue-in- been rough at times but we have always come throughit J of Clay by 2.419 votes 8,947 to 4.228. and voted in Clay County. A total of Brown and most legislative chair-
cheek Jokes and praise for the veteran member. and I think for the betterment of the county. and won 2,283 to 1.507 in SL Johns 11,875 votes were cast In Clay of some men. Were In super shape as far as '

The plaque read "In sincere appreciation for your 12 "This Is a tough job to do," Roberts added, "If I can County 24,000 registered, almost a 50 percent the District is concerned. They are ,
years of Dedicated service to the people of Bradford be of help in any way I'd be glad to. You can be sure Williams even beat Dunn In the turnout. going to work with me. They are concerned V.
County, (andfor your loyal cooperation and leader. that if I'm ever in the audience It will be in a friendly Republican's own .baliwlck of Key. The Republican vote was about like about. the district." f


Bradford Joins State in Rejecting 'Constitutional, { Revision Proposals I if i I

' Bradford County voters Joined those had gone directly to Florida voters vote was 1,016 for, to 3,069 against, four {to one, or better Bradford. A four to one defeat was also handedby Florida voters registered disapprovalof
of the rest of Florida in a. resounding without Legislative action and according The loss was about two to one in early Bradford voters to Revision No. 7 this proposal 1 in early returns. 'I'

defeat of casino- gambling and all to law, another revision statewide returns. Revision No. 1, the stalled grab- the,complex and widely denouncedproposal Also on the better than 4 to 1 rejection
eight proposed constitutional revisions commission cannot meet for :20 years. Bradford voters registered the least bag proposal of more than 60 changesto that held out hope for an list. In Bradford County was
in Tuesday's General Election. Most heavily rejected here was objection to Revision No.6, providing the constitution, lumped together Increase in homestead exemption Amendment No. 9, providing for state I
Casinos were trounced almost five Revision No.4. which would have for merit retention of county and circuit for voting purposes, was rejected while providing exemption from ad regulated, privately owned gambling
to one in Bradford, with a lop-sided eliminated Florida' unique elected Judges. The proposal lost two to here 759 to 3091. Bradford voters as valorem taxes for leaseholders casinos in a designated\ area of
victory for the anti forces in every cabinet In favor of one appointed by one,however with 1,102 for and 2.767 well as statewide apparently preferred operating on government-owned property eastern Dade County and southern,
county precinct. The revision pro- the Governor. 3,222 Bradford voters against Statewide voting was running to reject catch-all proposal. and exempting firms from Broward County. The vote in Brad- ,
pools were also rejected by wide.margiru turned thumbs down on this proposal about 60 percent against (his proposalin rather than accept the bad with the paying corporate income taxes on ford, where most churches waged an "

of threes-Jour, and._ nrivts to only 051 In favor/Opponents said itevkjLpifttfMte early returns.,. ,', 1DQd"J Jp.! erlY statewide returns.tf .... profits made on property purchased active campaign agalnnt cssin' .". was_, .. ..... ....
'' ) one in Bradford.tatow1deTrfa.' -... *,'tnittfe,.powerin (he, .RavWow...N.-a,...r iia rllccta; +tQ1 tr"vle"eYfi...".. a4afPer. ......... "r"- -J'I 1JriqrtO"1m'd H flf\'lbWi'f r 'eod rJt f<'. .,,743 in lver t. MJfr fl.t..... .-*.., ., ..,"'.M
was almost as strong. hands. of the Governor, as well as member legislative and 1" With 81 percent of the atate'. 3.879
The outcome was a stinging rebuke abridging the people's right to elect setting up a commission to reappor- ,.Voters here'also ,rejected No. 5, of this proposal In early returns precincts reporting by late Tuesday' ,
of the 37-member Constitutional Revision state officials. Statewide Voting was tion the legislature rather than have 'proposing that a five-member appointive night, casino voting was running 72 ,
Commission which spent thousands running 80 percent against the changein lawmakers reapportion themselves Public Service Commission be Revision No. 8, providing for an percent against, with a vote of l
of dollars and worked for a early returns.. lost three to one in Bradford, with 985 written Into the Constitution. The vote appointive State Board of Education 1,295,348! opposed to 506,291 In favor.
before their revision year Revision No. 2, providing that no for the proposal and 2,849 against.Statewidevotingwasrunningabout was 870 In favor to 3042 against. Early was rejected better than 4 to I in !
presenting proposals shall be deprived of any right 60 returns Indicated a 70 percent negative Bradford voting,with 763 in favor and The hotly contested casino campaign ,k
to the electorate. It the
first time that constitutional changesZrseas because of his or her sex, received percent against this proposal early vote,'throughout the state. The 3,165 against. At present the State In which almost $4 million was' ,
) more support In Bradford than some returns. appointive' PSC Is already assured, Cabinet serves as the board of education. spent by supporting and opposing
of the other proposals, but was still The four other revisions' on the however, having been provided by This) proposal would also have organizations, created strong feeling ;
defeated three to one. The Bradford ballot suffered stronger defeats of legislative act at the last session. given the Board of Regents constitutional throughout the state and helped bring .
authority to run the university than expected number of f
) system. Seventy-two percent of voters to the polls. f

tr"S : a'wS 'HAPPY BIRTHDAY,' BOB "j

County Joins Statewide Tide for Clean Sweep by Democrats Voters Say 'NO' 1q 1 t

Bradford County did its part to say politics, having previously dropped a Commissioner of Education: Ralph .
Thursday. Nov.f ."Happy Birthday" to Bob Graham, Republican primary runoff to then- Turlington 3349; Herman B. 'To Taxes "y
x Democratic nominee for Governor Governor Claude Kirk In 1970, and a Williams, 805. Drainage
who turns 42 today (Thursday-two three-way U.S. Senate race to Democrat State Representative 25th District:

: PTO Meeting days after his 55 percent of the vote Dick Stone in 1974.The drug store Frank Williams. 3345; Howard Dunn, Countywide drainage seems Is something that property owners like to f.
: at Bradford Middle victory over Republican Jack EckerdIn magnate, whose name is a household 972.In talk about but few want to pay taxes for. ,
Tuesday's General Election. word, conceded defeat to Graham the non-partisan poll to retain
: School A straw ballot, held In conjunction with Tuesday's General Election, on
Woodrow M. Melvin of West f-
: : 7130 p.m. Graham carried every Bradford near midnight Tuesday. Judge the question of assessing one additional mill on the county's taxable property
Florida the lit District Court of
= 'precinct with 2,835 votes to Eckerd's on .
"to be used and for dral.aeIy.tem"
solely only a countywide water
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races the ticket Bradford voters went '
: r 1. 1,399 as voters here turned out 65 on Appeal contrary
1 was defeated almost three to one. The count (not including
Friday.. Nov. 10 percent strong-better than the state, Bradford gave its blessing to all to the district vote which, absentee ballot*) was 1.180 la favor to 3.160 opposed. !
Democratic nominees state and district favored Melvin's retention. The vote
average. The only precinct where the The
straw ballot was authorized last summer at the suggestion of
who were easily elected here was 1504 for retention to
vote was even was No. 11 over County Commission road chairman Dave Shuford. at the height at ,
COURTHOUSE CLOSED (Theresa) which gave Graham 251 to Republican opposition.Bradford's 1690 against: complaints from property owners about drainage problems during the
:: In Observance of Eckerd's 227. tally was: Above figures do not Include ab-
July-August rainy season. Shuford said the did not have
county mosey
: Veteran's Day The former state senator, who Representative in Congress: 2nd sentee ballots which were still being available for a countywide drainage system and suggested the straw
: Nov.23Frl.Sat.Nov.lO1 successfully fought off attempts by District: Don Fuqua 3561; Pete counted at press time. ballot which though not binding would give some Indication to the 1
: .......E ... .. .. .. .. .'" ... his opponents to label him a liberal Brathwaite, 616. Bradford had a 65 percent turnout commission of the voters' wishes.
lawmaker scored solidly in North and Secretary of State: George for Tuesday's general election, Only In Precinct T, which Includes property I hi Reno east Starke along ,
: South Florida. 'to become the first Firestone 2907; Ander Crenshaw exactly the percentage predicted by
_ _ Highway 16. bordering Alligator Creek was opinion anywhere near
Floridian from south of Fort Pierce to 1284. Elections Supervisor Neva Flynn. equally divided.The vote there was 128 for and 154 agalasU i
win the governorship.It State Treasurer: Bill Gunter, 3677; Bradford voted 4.664 of a total of 7,178
BAZAARSt. was Eckerd's third loss in state Jeffrey, L. Latham, 506. registered. t

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Saturday.,Nov. 11 City to Ask Bids on;: Sew Paving ImprovementWorkTaking I

VETERAN'S BREAKFAST a -first step toward Improving Realizing-that smooth handling of A $200 per day liquidated damage Renovation of the RJE gym and entire $300,000 must be spent in ,":a ,
,. a a.m. the northeast area of Starke the grant project Improves the city's charge was recommended by Ruck other recreational facilities hi the tar- year or by Nov. 1, 1979. >
Garden Restaurant with !Ifederal money, the Starke City future hopes of receiving HUD grants man to the commission meaning that get area are scheduled to get under Organizing the spending of the B.final 4
". to advertise It announced If the contractor is behind schedule way next, and individual housing
by American legionVETERAN' Commission agreed for was : Tuesday that Linda $100,000 will Involve more detail than,
I bids on the first phase of construction: Day has been hired as HUD project he owes the city$200 for every day the rehabilitation will follow. Ruckman to Ruck"man
first :
finished project is late. The commis says be Is hoping for a final completion the $200,000, according t
streets, sewers, and drainage. coordinator. Mrs. Day has been
.SUPPER and Mrs. Day would need to get'
date of mid-summer
with sion decided to along with the 1979. According '
working a similar in go
a p.m. Two-thirds of the 1300.000 HUD Hawthorne,' and will begin program work in ;wishes of the engineers. to federal ,regulations, the >things rolling as quickly as possible- I
at Legion Home .
Grant will go towards the cost of the tarke in

720 Edwards Road sewers first phase revamped, with construction drainage systems of new Streets scheduled 7-10 days.'to be paved are Inmates to Help City ,Build New Police Station i( I

and of
and the repaying resurfacing a' unchanged from those decided on In a -
fa.m.UntilMadison number northeast area roads due to public meeting with northeast'area '
& Walnut Sts., begin hopefully by the first.. of next citizens In September,"aceordill8 Cutting the costs: of construction of a The city commission approved the he 1 Is expecting: approval of the plan.A .

: by Hospital Auxiliary year. Ruckman. Scheduled to be repavedare new police station In half Starke action by Bowen, who will supervise bid of$42.000 was rejected by the
,'" Grove, Tom Hall Calvary, ,Police Chief Jimmy Bowen announced construction after rejecting several council month and Bowen
The city was awarded the grant Oct. Jenkins. ., '' alternatives in his decision to the one ago
Hall. Lamar Dell Keller that the city will utilize Law-. use
4.4., ..... .,. .. .... ... with the .. says the free Inmate labor should cut'
23, program targeted specifically ,Chestnut, and Florida Streets. ley Correctional Institute inmate work force. Bowen will now the. In half. The-
the costs
', at the northeast section of Scheduled for resurfacing are Crosby building the new Broadway Stala- send written request to Department :will taxpayers all material and
1" Tuesday, Nov._14 Starke. According to the city'e, consulting -, St.. from Pine St. to Keller St., and ''tlcn to be located across from the of Corrections Secretary Louie Wain- city Bowen purchase they should be able' to

BUARC'Meeting Jim Lucas engineers the remaining Don Ruckman$100.000 and Pine St., from North SL to Ida St. ,county j jailv. wright, and the police chief said that purchase says them at contractor's: price,'

7i39P.M. to Individual housing rehabilitation Ruckman added that there would, liP .* ,,;1W since: a municipality buying.
Sunshine AcresJACKSON'S ($30,000), renovation of probably not be enough funds to complete ." Bowen added that there are skilled::
.... ..... -.......,... '.' '" .. recreation facilities ($50,000), and 100 percent of the works,, but be\ Tornado Yearbooks On Sale Now laborers at LCI, but electrical and air*
C.wbr 01 total administrative ,costs ($20,000), said that each street would be completed I' 'conditioning work would probably be'
totally If one aspect of work ivr done by Vo-Tec students' with advanced ;
'; The city will advertise for bids In had been started. Ruckman''said that Bradford: High School Tornado personal'eflect, your name will be training In these areas,
BUILDING ''Year Books will be sale Tues., printed en.the front cover.
three newspapers, and will open the he wouldn't be sure i* 100 percent of on ,
SUPPLY at a special December 7 the previously hoped-for work could'be 'Wed, and Thumb. Nov. M-ie..before Since the annual staff Is desper.tely'ID The moving of the current police
Of Starke meet. At that time, Ruckman and done 'until bids 'are 'received.' school and during lunch la time frAt need of money the sale of these station or the use of an existing building '

: 'Hwy 301 8. --904-6078 Lucas will analyze the bids and make Contract''costa, engineering fees office of the high, school annuals Is badly needed. on Temple in Starke Ave., notably,were two due of old the armoryJ alter.

K.y ton. I Heights, recommendations'' to the City com surveying fees administration; For.more Information on the animals natives Bowen rejected before decid-,>
actual construction for Prices for the for call the Bradford High School,
with yearbooks $10
: mission which will publicly award are paid arc
Hwy And to use the tomato work 'J'
100 31-A tag .foroq.1f !
473/4873 bids Dec, 19.- the t grant money; : 'n>* '' 'W'at.I"

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I Top Canadian Prison Officials


), Tour Lawtey Facility. Thurs 'J r .; / "<,

Calling Florida's prison "In the Union Correctional Institute was the officials as to many of theOnner-: ,', It '
vanguard of U.S. prison systems." the only other Florida stop for the prison programs currently In use In "k "'f q. '
four high-level Canadian prison officials Canadian officials, who also visited the U.S., which features a prison .; 1, ," i,
Included Florida State Prison state prisons in Texas Virginia and system vastly different ; from \1'1',., ,'" '
and Lawtey Correctional Institute South Carolina, as well ass number of Canada's. 'h .,. :I
(LWCI) In their tour'of several state federal penitentiaries. In a nation of 25 million, people, .' f f1 ,
prison systems and federal peniten Brathwaite greeted Wainwright there are 30,000 Inmates Canada
tiaries. with a high compliment when the housed in Institutions of 200 prisoners, "
Donald R. Yeomans. commissioner slate plane carrying the four officials much smaller than Florida's 24 major ,
of corrective services In Canada; arrived in Jacksonville institutes, with UCI the largest at ,
John Braithwaite, deputy commissioner "You are known as the Dean of 1,600. Florida recently passed the
; Henry Neufeld director of Corrections, even outside the United 20,000 mark In number of Inmates \1 \
Millhaven Institute In Bath, Ontario, States We have heard the quality of with a total budget of $e0 million In ;
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and John McNabb special assistantto many of your programs, despite an overview of Florida's system -n": !
the solicitor general, were hosted facing horrendous problems In given to the guests In LWCX's conference }
by Department of Corrections Secretary population growth" Wainwright was room, Wainwright pointed out
Louie Wainwright during the tour told. that.there was a dramatic increase In
last Thursday. Nov. 2. Purpose of the tour was to enlighten 'prison population In the mid-70's. but tR 4; A

the growth has slowed'10 'm net increase

. Courthouse Shifts ContinueThe now.The average of about 500 cost inmates for housing per year an /

game of musical chairs in !tember County Commission meeting Inmate In Canada Is $28 per day, and $ ]
Bradford County's Courthouse con- marked a decision by the county Wainwright pointed out that the average tJ
tinued last week as officials found a board to keep the parties In the courthouse per day cost in Florida Is $13.50. I
temporary solution to the space ihstead of securing office space The head of Florida's prison i
problem that won't be fully solved for them outside the ten year old system whose brother James is _
until the Bradford County Commis building superintendent at LWCI. explained !
sion's appeal against a Circuit Court The courthouse space Issue croppedup many of the programs currently in
Judge Theron Yawn order is ad- In March when the local staffs of use In the state during the conferenceroom
judged. the State Attorney and Public talk. "We currently have Indus four lop 'anadlan prison officials included Florida !sMHlulKMlUnl| to the "Solicitor Assistant State Attorney's Tom Defender asked for more office space trial programs that produce fit prison In Ihrlr L8.! tour of four ilalrs. Woman, ontmlimlimrr of t'orrrcliviScrvltf' i John'
Elwell and Len Register have moved and the County Commission promisedto million worth of goods a year.We are Florida. Department of (Correction secretary Louie KruithwuiU, leiutv ummiititloniT of urrrtllvv Svrvlvm -
again, this time Into the former conference provide adequate space as required also heavy on academic and vocational Ualnwrlght gave a summary of HorldaV prison ; Louie UtilnHrlffhl; llrnr.v Nrufeld. Director of
room used by the Probationand by law by shifting the courthouse training for those who want It. program In the Lawlry Correctional Inntllulr'i tonfrrrnce Mlllhutcn: Institution In Hath. Ontario und James'
Parole office. Public Defender space allotments. Yawn then filed a For Inmates who don't participate In room Thursdtiv.. Wainwright Suprrlntrmlrnl of Luwtrt orrmloniil
Wiley Clark has also changed addressIn temporary restraining order and thena those programs we encourage involvement Pictured above are, left to right. John :.McNabb, .Institution
the courtroom moving from the permanent injunction against the in one of our constructivework
xerox room into the original!! State shifts which he said would programs. We currently have
Attorney's two room office on the jeopardize the local judicial system. 600-800 Inmates In local work pro- Commission Have
second floor. The case isn't expected to go to court jects." County Urged to
The moves as decided in the Sep for a couple of months. Wainwright added "We are also I
starting a youthful offender programfor

first-offense youths hopefully Competency for ContractorsA
helping to turn their lives'around."
I One of the aims of the state's
: system is to work for diversionary 3-man delegation from the State "only qualified people are doing the bridge with Bradford buying much of
in effort to of Florida's construction licensing work around here.' the needed materials. .\ list of
- * .. .. .. programs an put as many
inmates safely on probation as office address Monday urged the The commission heard the material totaling approximately
SEAMAN JAMES BARBER PVT. FREDDIE CLARK JR. possible according to Wainwrlght. He Bradford County Commission to install Tallahassee spokesman out and then Wi.HiNi" was included with the letter 'for
COMPLETES TRAINING: COMPLETES: TRAINPtUATKORTKNOX.KY. added that there are currently 34 some sort of competency discussed the Issue among them- II(' purchase
Navy Seaman Apprentice James E work-release centers in the state requirement for construction contractors sieves coming to the consensus that a Brian Dole of the Seminole
Barber son of Donald E. and Joan C ,-Pvt. Freddie L, Clark Jr., whose eight women's adjustment centers including plumbers, electricians licensing board as discussed would be Electrical: (Cooperative met briefly
Barber of Route 2. Box 70E, and wife, Sandra lives In Worthington and a number of probation and restitution etc. who seek license to do unwarranted because It would be an with the board to inlorm thorn of his
whose wife. Angela is the daughter of Springs Fla., recently completed centers.In work in the county.Spokesman avenue for already licensed trades compun.v's tentative plans to build a
Ben P. and Dorothy Brand of 3.16 training as an armor crewman under ..'i 7 Jack Hoskinson of the men to close others out of the job power plant in I'ulatka and get the
North Walnut St.. all of Starke, Fla the One Station Unit Training (OSUT) r state licensors said a competencyboard market by not allowing them license commission's reaction to plans of a
has completed recruit training at the program at Fort Knox Ky. made up of tradesman and lay and would further worsen a situationin possible line of transmission through
Naval Training Center Orlando Fla. O6UT is a 13-week period which people could "assist the commissionand v.hich it is difficult to get plumbers, Bradford I'ountThe board told I
During the eight-week training combines basic combat training with safeguard the public by assuringyou roofers etc. to do work and handle 110\) Ie they saw no immediate objec :
cycle trainees studied general advanced individual training. have qualified people doing that emergency situations In the area. tion and gave him the ok to move onwith
military subjects designed to prepare During the training students learn type of work in the area." Hoskinson On local building matters the Board preliminary dealings with county,
them for further academic and on-the- the duties of a tank crewman Including added that a test could be required to received word that resurfacing of SH- law'v era and officials. und to set a date.
job training in one of the Navy's 85basic the firing of the tank's armament get a license and that the county could 221 and reconstruction of the Doan lor a public hearing in Hradlord.
occupational fields. and small weapons They make the) local requirements as toughor Bridge is in the works. The State
Included in their studies were also receive Instruction In field radio a honeybee colony, the as loose as they wanted. The state Department of Transportation sent Other good news to the commission
seamanship, close order drill, Naval operations map reading and tank worker bee perform all can only register a builder or sub word that they Intend to resurface 221 1'ut'sdaa.. .. the return nl unused
history and first aid. Personnel who maintenance and reoalr chore except laying, eggs, contractor who has been licensed as requested The two lane roadway portions ol departmental budgetsShcritf ,
complete this course of Instructionare Pvt. Clark's mother, Mrs. Joyce according to The World Book locally so much of the responsibility of turns off US-301' through Hampton and Dolph Reddish recently gavethe'countya
eligible for three hours of college Quinn lives In Jacksonville. And his Encyclopedia In IU lifetime, watching over the building trade fallson crosses the Seaboard Coastline rail check lor $11I,15not:' used
credit In Physical Education and father, Freddie L Clark, lives in a worker honeybee collect the counties' shoulders Hoskinson way twice so a pair of crossings will in the I'177-78! fiscal >ear while Zoning
Hygiene. Brooker enough nectar to make one- explained.Local have to be rebuilt I Director I.. :.V Games turned in n
A 1977 graduate of Bradford High tenth of a pound ((45 gram) electrician Dick Torode also The Doan Bridge project will also '::1,11:1surpluK( : \ in his department's"
School he joined the Navy in August of honey, All worker are came before the board urging the be underway soon as Alachua Count budget( the Tux:' Collector hud nearly
,_ 11178_ tmmmlm.TWOFORONE creation of a competency licensing submitted a lettec,confirming the\ plan\ ,," ," ?MHM" ") unused and" the IJf( .('1erk'Hi'
board saying he wanted to Insure that have-that Bounty do the, vork.on me..t| df !'has' ..4\ f r ; Te s+f i>,uthi J : \ a#
urea N Mr r .. It'lJN. MUII'J 'IY1+iei r u
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F SALE! Contract Settlement Reached J

ON MALONE BEDDING For City Utility Force, Police"After

two years of bloodshed we of IBEW Local 120S. after two years of. agreement with the Starke Police
have a contract." negotiations.The Department with both contracts

You BOTH for City negotiator Jess Wolbert including live percent salary increases
pieces Both contracts
get happily announced that an agreementhad city commission Tuesday, after were
been reached between the city of meeting in executive session with unanimously approved Tuusda.v l l h\.
Starke and the cities' utilities workers Wolbert for 30 minutes also sealed an the city commission.The .
police; received the live percent
ONE LOW PRICE increase in the 'lorm ot' increased
clothing allowance. while utility'
Bradford County Voting ResultsPrecinct workers received the I live percent
jump lor each of the next three yours
in the thrt't.- t'ur contract signed( hvolbert
tLAt1.? TODAY! : Casino Governor Dllt.2 DralnAllle \\ and Frank I O'Steen. assistant
business manager( lor IHKin:
f for all seasons Gambling! E ? q (;mnt'II\ lilt',
2 S c The clothing allowance increase

QUILT TOP Yet S ;S i A Yes No provides. benefits (lor both parties.
No Policemen ill receive the allowance
Sleep eiy on comforUbl Lawtey 7f 320 253 157 214 117 117 283 tax 'tree und will not he lorced into a

.mow"orb' "a. quill lop bedding.Quilted No.Lawtey 47 166 21S .47 119 41 7.. 169 higher tax bracket, The city will not
v !q ''? -41'c1. -4' Moral print cover with iprlng- 71 153 he required to provide mulching
J' A sc1ric- ) foam construction. Matching No.3FairBMgNo.4BradVFO 46 174 136 90 169 51 social IIecurlttundK., and there will

/. a t6 ,,5e.i-": It r v foundationfortrmsupport. 40 264 206 112 243 69 79 230 be no increase, in workmen's compensation -

"*: y3;;LS. ; rG.c3 r Both Piece*... No. Library 74 303 237 178 293 a6 95 283 rates The live percent increase -
will also not
require a contribution -
34 123
No.4BayletsNo. 24 129 V4 70 134 29 from the Cltto. the retirement

$ I A 95 .Church St. 71 113 239 54 261 24 128 154No,601dArmory I und

) 44 117 135 104 119 45 60 145 The new three.. ear utilities contract -
which commissioners were
Complete No. -Southiide 11 132 247 183 320 111 12. 289 ver.v pleased with, included numerous

Twin Set NOo10-There"A II '314 251 227 283 III 106 345 changes. Besides the 'live percent
68 247 salary increase over the next three
OTMCN IIZEI AT COMrAMILE SAVINUI No.11-Hampton 42 253 214 106 255 5.
,; 66 140No.13Terwillegar .ear! employees working the four to
No.12-CoIC 54 153 147 73 114 33 midnight shift received a 13 cents per
4. 22* 111 97 214 62 75 203No.14New hour raise and those working the
114 40 135 graveyard shift. 12-8. will receive a 23
QUILT TOPSUPREME Armory 24 142 41 146 3D cents per hour raise.

No.15-Brooker 27 in 151 70 .III 34 33 191 The contract also stipulated that

time and a half will not he paid for
if 1J 1&j.flUL 1J- overtime hours and the retirement
1..uIUuICecoalo Prlnl. plan of five will be
; percent made noncontributory -
? .c Mult6madequlnedlo retroactive for the last
s'a Foam.3f2Colulorde.pM Christmas DecoratingWith six months Wolbert pointed out that
down.upport..plu. other city emplo ees' retirement
s motoring loundatlo" A Touch of plans were made non-contributory Inprll.
eothplaeeal .\ 1477
;New; classifications for utility
WeWiliMake Elegance employees were also included In the
To Order new contract. Whereas employees
$169 Any Macrame had previously been classed as either
Complttt Decoupage: linemen mechanic or operator, the
new contract provides for
Twin Set Item GIFT DEPT., operators
1 mechanics, linemen assistant linemen
OTMIR fIZIS *T COMMMILI lAVINttl, 'Place. .Your Order laborer-operator groundmen.and .
: Now Last Classes Before Christmas! equipment operator. In effect the
new classes determine pay scales In
e Macrame'Children's accordance with the employees'a
ht designated duties and .
I Christmas Workshop ;Negotiating; for IBEW in the con-
tract talks were O'Steen. Starke line
Christmas Workshop foreman Bill
Et4MARK11Ri11TUR Chambers and Starke
'' I Ir utility worker Mike Tlerney.,
t r' t-r Decoupage :Negotiating for the Police Benevolent

Association was Alachua County
i 'Fine'Arts & Sheriff's Dept. Lt. Herbert
Call Or Stop For
fly Information
> If the
city follows
practices of past
Crafts Supplies BY vears. non-union employees will also
i TT ;:' be given the same benefits warded to
Handmade Gifts .,:"." .. h'V
-< union employees. The
1 : ; ;;'" bargaining
Macrame Cord '_ fir.. /: Z. agreement means non-union'em

434 W Call SI ..;. Beads ft PotsDecorative r.. ...:.- :9:: ,0 ployees will probably receive a five
Stoke Fla. Ribbon percent pay raise in one 'form or
Phone 964-5827 : 150 W, Calf St. .Starke 884-7792 another been The new 78-79 city budget has
approved with the exception of
salary Increases for employees.

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Lawtey Submits Formal Application''


I For Funds for Proposed Sewer SystemA __J'- _

formal application for a federal council was told Oct. 23 An average of public hearing or to lust make the ,.,JK, ra r,r
, sewer system grant from the Far 4,200 gallons of water used per monthat derision Swallows told the council .... +.w. Ii '
I mers' Home Administration (FmHA) $3.13 would mean 13.23 In 1982, Oct 23. ''': rV 1
will be submitted It was agreed by assuming there would be 160 sewage In other business Nov. 6. the City _t} '. .. ',' .. 'g rt" -
the Lawtey city council Monday night connections said Swallows, Council: ----':.:."' Y kl
In Its regular monthly meeting. Lawtey's share of the 11,393.000 -Voted to have a street light Installed AI.. .. .y. i u
Engineer Charles Swallows explained project would be $383,000 the council In front of Bastard's Meat -
that a formal application II was told. Suggestions on slow the city Market fl.
necessary to find out "exactly what would raise the required local effort of t, .,
they are going to commit to the City of 1383 ooo Included: 1) sale of revenue Hired maintenance laborer under 4 4P
I Lawtey. If you do decide to go ahead bonds, 2) Tax assessments, and S) a the CETA program named Clarence f
with the sewer system. There Is no crop recovery program. Miller. Miller will be responsible for ,"
obligation to go any further after this cleaning out culverts, cleaning
I application." Federal shared fund totaling, streets, mowing helping with water Pfe. Mark W. Griffith
"I Swallows further explained that the $1,010,000 would be- secured as a 7$ department and installing street Completes Basic
city had previously submitted a "pre- percent grant from tho U.S. Environmental signs. Training.
appUcation" to determine the city Protection Agency or the -Extended the warehouse lease to Private First Class Mark W.
was qualified for federal funds. Farmer's HOme Administration Lawtey Correctional Institute another Griffith son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald
Purpose of the "application" Is to get FmHA offers 75 percent grant EPA two more years, the option previously L. Griffith of Starke graduated Nov. I
a firm promise of how much money offers a 7* per,cent plus 3 percent granted LWCI. McLendon\ Lead Blowing Rock Parade with commendations from basic
will give the city for its sewer grant but EPA (funding procedures training conducted at Ft Dix New
the engineer told the council..A take longer, the city was told. Gave City Clerk Lucille Shuford a James McLendoa, Ills wife Ann, and daughter Stacy, the flag bearer In the Jersey
sewer system for Lawtey would The sewerage system proposal $15 per month gas allowance because, DeL 21 Autumn Festival Parade In Blowing Rock N.C., where the locally PFC Griffith a member of the local
cost an estimated $1.303,000, accordIng Involves three pumping stations) of the many trips made to Starke on reared IIf'lHellln.author et"Dralhwork" has been living for the past several National Guard unit and a June
to figures given the city council at 36,000 feet of pipe use of a disposal city business. ,"no graduate of Bradford High School,
a special meeting Oct 23 by engineer facility at Lawtey Correctional Institute Requested| Attorney Richard Welty )>McLrndon's parents Mr. and Mrs. R.P Me tendon of East Call Street will undergo advanced training a(
Swallows of the firm of Sverdrup and a 60-acre discharge site, and a a form the city received Starke, have recently returned from Blowing Rock where they visited their son Aberdeen Proving Grounds. ,
Parcel of Gainesville. Based on 160 projected area of 13 square miles to be regarding the possibility of having a and Mi family and attended the Autumn Festival celebration .la which James Maryland:
customers sewer service would cost serviced. traffic light Installed. was sa honored guest.
,. ._. ,
an average household $$3.15 per 1,000 it Is h up'w the city council n whether u> .
I gallons: of water used per month, the have a referendum vote another i i'r


Sen. Richard Stone Makes ". .. .1 I .

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Annual Political Pilgrimage "" "

.On the road since October IS, Sen. and now Alachua County to get FmHA I
Richard (Dick) Stone. D-FI, made a financing. I
whistle-stop In Starke last Friday Stone said he would talk to the head : 'N Service"
Nov. 3, to visit with local votershear man in the Alachua County office but 0
complaints, answer questions, and also suggested that local realtors get
generally make a rare local visit for a up a petition to present to strengthen
U.S. senator. their case.
Sen. Stone received a warm Rep. Frank Williams wanted to I
welcome from Mr Democrat Guy know if Sen. Stone could help a local
Andrews, and was thanked for his attorney, George Pierce, who wants
vote against the federal bill for labor to be a federal judge. Stone explainedthe
reform by Gator Frelghtways selection procedure he and Sen. Here !
President Jerome Johns. Stone told Lawton Chiles have set up to select Charges
the 25 persons present for a Dutch federal judges. A Merit Selection
treat luncheon In the Pecan Room of Commission of nine members,'' three :
the Garden Restaurant that neither he appointed by the Florida Bar three
nor Sen. Lawton Chiles D-Florida, appointed by Chiles and 3 named by
make personal recommendations for Stone reviews nominations submitted
appointment of Federal judges. from interested parties or judges and
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i w Earn 5v % ;

m' "74t on yourchecking

f : account money"" :


: with Dial-A-Count.

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-Sen. Richard Stone, D-Fla., visits with Bradford coratltuents Nov, ,' 'I..0' If"' : ,. .11'''.
Friday n'.J. ; .. ... ,, .. .. .. _, .. .,... I ,. ,, W
Iftwydna '' ,
during luncheon meeting In the Garden Restaurant. Sen. Sum has promisedto : I --- '' fII"'"" 'If
vhUvvery. county In the slate alle...t.nc..year. ; --'" If' :........; ." .. r"ji1. /,.
I -From left in photo: Mrs. Guy Andrews, Guy Andrews, Rep. Frank Williams 'I""
D-Cryslal Lake Sen.Stone,and Carl Williams worker
Snyder campaign : i '
,: ,. ll .. It's free. So why lose interest on the money sitting in your checking account?
Sen. Stone listened to local realtors lawyers Interested in the position. The '
request a Bradford County office for Merit Selection Commission comes up .: : :; Put those dollars in a Guaranty Federal Dial-A-Count, and earn 5'"4 %
the Farmer's Home Administration.Stone with five names from the J
promised to phone the head of applicants and then Chiles among and Stone a',i: a year interest :Then when you need the money. back in your local bank
the FmHA office in Gainesville and
choose their nominations from those
see If a study on the feasibility of an proposed by the Merit Selection Com- checking account', transfer it with one phone call. Free. '
office in Bradford County has been mission. The two senators have '

made.and not.to request that such a agreed not to make recommendationsoutside It's Dial-A-Count is with the added .' "
study be undertaken.Sen the Merit Selection Com-' easy., simply a regular savings account

Andrews'Stone'' friendly graciously admonition accepted Guy that mission. convenience of telephone transfer.. Here's how it works. When ?' ;

concerned about ethics In Nov. 13 is the deadline to apply to
high people places. the selection commission. Attorney ., you want to transfer money, just pick up the phone give us the information, '

Andrews"Eyes stated.are on the politicians'* Pierce Stone's has vote submitted against his name.the labor .;, and we'll make the transfer. In most cases, if you call by I 11 I :(X) a.m on ai',, r

Andrews expressed appreciation to reform bill was'President praised by Gator .'.' business day, the money will be in your checking account the same
Sen. Stone for coming to Bradford Freightways Jerome \1 .
County, the 68th county which the Johns. Stone said the bill containedtoo ; business day. t
Miami senator has visited on his many bad features for him to vote ',t
to visit each county annually. favorably for the good that was In It. j''
promise"My experience has been the better One part of the bill was singled out by '1', : Transfer as little as $250.00 per call. And the minimum balance required is
you get to know Sen. Stone the more Slone as an example of why he voted
you think of him," Andrews said against It. Plant night watchmen '/ >>'1;. only 5500. /, '. j
adding Stone is "on the job and doinga would have been permitted to belong )' '//1;' i ,

Andrews good job."expressed concern about to the the same plant union a as departure other employeesof from vf :::: 'You control your money. We don't make a move without your instructions: '*. <', .. t

taxes, the high cost traditional labor practice. Stone said. i;' I I
steadily climbing
of operating the U.S. House and Who is going to guard the plant if the : : /,, And then, transfers are made only to your pre-authori/ed 1

Senate. Bradford's Mr. Democrat guards are out on strike with the rest I IV, checking accounts( ). .
added that he didn't know of anythingelse of the employees Stone asked? ." .." ;. :
he wanted of Stone except to Sen. Stone stressed he had nothing '
lower taxes, get the dollar up. and cut against labor, adding he had the : Free statements, loo. We'll send you regular statements so you'll hae\ adetailed ::" {
federal spending. support of organized labor'when he "I'' I" ,.: 1
"Will Monday morning be soon ran. and hopes labor remains friendlyto ,<, y" record of each transaction in your account j S Si
enough?" Sen. Stone asked, getting a him. But. Stone added a senator or ,, .' .', .

big Mrs.laugh.Cecelia Terwillegar, local house promise member principles cannot for afford friendship.to com ;i f-i;/ .:" How to start. Stop> 'in' any of our offices to open an AllAmerican'j, r i I II

the Senator with "We'll be back next year if not I .t. ,
realtor ''
: \. Statement'savings account with our special Dial-A-Count feature After all.
the desire of Bradford realtors to havea earlier said Sen. Stone In closing ,

Bradford local FmHA has had office to use, paker pointing, Clay out senator"If you added need me I'll be there," the f? :n, n.i.i.whylose interest on checking account money:?! Earn a full 5' 4 %'a yearI' '

." ., rl- interest with Guaranty Federal's Dial-A-Count. It's free. And easy to do. And
1977-78 Construction,Totaled ;, \. 1"- "
I I J' \.' : it's another: reason why more people are saving with Guaranty Federal .." ,1, .

Over 6.3 Million, Report Shows \ ;. ,- ? the friendly and profitable place tjaamamaimmmmmtmmmgaammmaiitO. / '" ..., I
New construction In Bradford $523.683 In new'construction.'Twelve' Saver! j Guaranty Federal Savings and Loan 1 1),1:
County totaled 6.2 million for the single family dwellings accounted ofr I Downtown (Office Hlal-A-Count l) pl. ,.' J : ,,
fiscal year 1977-78. according to the 278.340 of the total: 22 mobile homes' I .Regularsu\'ingsaccountinterest. 220( N 4 Main Street ,' '

annual report of Zoning Director L.M. $170,840; two commercial buildings j falnesvglgFlorldaJ26112 I ,. ," ,' I
Gaines submitted to the County 28.000; and 28 miscellaneous$48.303. of 5'/ % a year. fl |i'i|>MV.wnil mo D J ilfi.nlv.l I.h"rrgl l I".aI. \ CIMIIII I "/ ,'t, \
Commission Monday Fees collected In Octover totaled I I I.i 1 I .
I. 0h'rnv.t.rlJi' Iolp.llhsl I > l'eoav .J'S
,Inaluded In the construction total $1.313. and 127, building inspections I ,...!.ip,' ,N. .| :' i "> ;
made.Student. B ..... "{
for 1977 tJtf&Ugh Sept. 30. 1978 were 162 i ,.__ "' ,-.< i I.. I. }, ," i I.' "', f 'Jr..,
conventional homes 208 single family Arrested for'' I ( i"npdm.iiI'IHIIIrNAr.punt'| ',K h F FIn'r l lI'
dwellings and 22 commercial
buildings. 11\ I

Marijuana Possession B SI.IIVl. |> 'I''
Gaines reported 2031.32 returnedto = .
the county's general fund for the .sill fsl gs1---_J.us a- ilo v.3: : r'
Vo-Tech student has been I'
1977-78 budget period. The amount A '
.C budgeted for the zoning and building arrested for possession of 74 grams of
departments was $42.047.40. while marijuana, Starke police !nvuU.a.t Guaranty Federal Savings and Loan "' ;,
4000608. was actually spent for <<1 report. .

operation Revenue of collected the offices.and returned to Elmer W Williams, 19, of Lawtey Association of GainesvilleDOES : .1 ..- :'
the general fund by the zoning and Is in Bradford County Jail after being .' J AI.. '" ), .Ii- l' .
building departments during the pest arrested at the Vo-Tech School Tues- ..
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fiscal year Included 17.814 for fees day Nov. 7, by Starke Captain P.A. I THE JOB. STARK 398 w, Mad eon St. t'

and materials and $3.132.60 for Suggs, at about 11:30: a.m. .j I 8646000rstsMUc ,.... i
I .
contracts with Lawtey Hampton, and '
Brooker. Suggs also made an arrest last ...' '' .'. \ ; :

Friday of Nov. 3, with with Jerome Turner 'a.", HOME nmcci: >ie ". ".1o. Mmi'vae.1x14441.I' '' ... I.h.nli; -4.._.n..r jr 1._ /'_ ... N. 4naee .Mj.riHHM %'25)it"T4aki"/N W; MNNee ,..eo4M.UQkt14Tn ,";;'; Y'
Actual cost to the county foroperation 20. Starke charged Turner aggravated used >i>: HriiHT4.u.nMs.......tf a!a.bse".,..-/114542/LAat! 11 TI E5.: i?% N. "'-..,_c.""- 54s"U/ ,.t:5pN 4 Fla at:'('N.r4 P.Lwnls' ".._.PA..e M,.n...
battery on a juvenile. a
of the zoning and building ', "
office (above the amount earned by., pistol against the Juvenile who had. ', ,", \ ,'i1Wa,iai ... ley .o' io.'t; x..:' /" 'i tit
the office) was $20,142.48.In police said gotten Into an argument ,, 4n. ,' v .... \ '
hsi report for the month ofOcUober. with Turner'over a mutual woman"fiend. ,. ..... '
1978.Gaines showed a total of "c i
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TELEGRA1"1I NOlI." I..,. Gops; One of Earth's Oldest Species, .

Ij j I GOVER.N0R May B'boomed Unless Given Protection

Seventy-nine years ago The Mon
\* ;t tgomery (Ala.) Advertiser was advocating -

the protection of the lowly
I. : gopher tortoise, an unattractive, low-
footed, and apparently ;dim-witted
creature that has been around some L' 1
60 million year It was th* dietary N
..i.O:: ::. :t.. ... mainstay of many Impoverished "fS a? r I
famllie In this area during the lean
r 1I depression days of the 1830 s. ,

Commenting on a Florida paper's
effort to obtain legislation for gopher 7I l
protection in law The Advertiser lj

Mid: ,' j

"Many a time in Penaacola have wa

i seat barrels of gopher atandlng on ,I
the sidewalks Just as if they were *o
many potatoes, living and apparently I
doing well without food or water
waiting to be bought up and turned

G a -G into gopher gumbo or some otheructfujentdlsh I n i ,,,
for the
r- delectlon of
/C epicure or the garnishment and + ,.

( Ireolfvj. didn't i thmK he was adjunct of feast" .

'By all means let gopher have the
/ senovy *boo strong arm of the law thrown around .v ora
them, and let them browse and
V K Plnq op kKes t burrow and Increase and multiply in
'=l i the land of their forefather without

won K aatys fear of harm from shortsighted! or
avaricious destroyer We can i
Imagine New England without office

seekers, Kentucky without whiskey, .
and Kansas without PopUlists, but not .,'
Florida without gopher." ; 'fy. ". ,. .,

And now, In The Year of Our Lord. ,
1978, the lowly gopher seems more In "I w
need of protection than ever since
State wildlife officials are considering
removing It from the "Threatened Ranger Ben Eaton holds camera-shy gopher tortoise In dig sand out of holes which sometimes penetrate the sand :
EDITORIAL specie list, leaving aa its only place In front of IU burrow In the smalr colony at Gold hills to a distance of 15-ZO feet or more. Gophers share. 7
protection the present flve-a-day bag Head Branch State Park.Gophers use powerful flippers to their burrows with a variety of Insects and animals. ,:

limit, which has not yet halted Illegal
contmerical trade. snake, which has the advantage of ":
being on the State's endangered list. "

Lessons Be Gained GOPIIERSTRANSPLANTED Permanent tenants, which live only In '
to But ugly and simple as It might be, gopher holes, range from beetles and
the gopher still has some friend, two
of whom are Dr. Walter Auffenberg Thlrty-lwo sandhill gopher, one of Florida's "threatened crickets to the gopher frog, which is i
curator of reptiles, and Richard species" havebeta caught and transplanted from aa area north of adapted to the nearly constant
From Elections 78 Franz herpetologist both with the Highway I'.about I.S miles east of Kingsley Lake, soon to be mined temperature and humidity of the
Florida State Museum in Gainesville. ,by the DuPont Company.The burrow, and could not survive In the
hot. dry atmosphere of the outside
They are founding member of the
It is ironical that candidates, all his own or his contributors'donations. Gopher Tortoise Council, an transplant operation was directed by wildlife officer Jim world. Together, these occupants of
the hole )
organization dedicated to he Schali. of the Florida Game Fish Commission., gopher are commonly known r
of whom
were campaigning on of as "the sandhill community. !
protection "Gopheru
promises to cut taxes and polyphemus" as the burrowing tortoise The *opners were Placed on a previously mined area south of
governmental expense, have Although there will be some is known In zoological circles. new Highway burrows.1. and Schatx said they had already settled In. digging Dr. Auffenberg believes that at the lj.
and munching contendedly on grass and herbs in the rate the gopher population .in
rolled total of who to the of
up a over $16 object use public sandhill area it reach the
shrinking may point of no
The gopher needs all the .
million in campaign expendituresin funds for this purpose, the protection he can get. Not only baa return within 25 years, unless :!
their efforts to get elected to amount given to the candidates, land development and clear-cut stronger protective steps are taken. i

officethe most extravagant would be negligible, when forestry operations removed much of what difference it would 'make if weren't for the cool, humid atmosphere He says that destruction of habitat :'S
campaign spending in Florida's considered on the basis of pro his natural habitat, but somehow an an ugly, stupid creature such as the offered by the holes that has had an even greater Impact than 'q
history.If rata cost to the taxpayers, and interesting (but doubtful) bit of gopher should disappear from tthe gophers burrow In the .sand slanting hunting on the declining gopher !
folklore hat it face of the earth. But the population,and calculates that even If i
that gopher meat "la question
would be worth the if it down from the sur face to a depth of 10 losses
price good for love life' and also has Isn't as simple as that. It just so and 30 feet due to hunting: stop altogether,
your to 12 feet, 20 or long.
any lesson is to be learned candidates rich the present population of 1.2 million
places or poor, medicinal value In lowering high happens that gophers are one of '
from Election 1978, which on a more equal footing in blood pressure.Although both of these nature's unpaid landlords, providing Temporary visitors commonly will dwindle another 75 per cent down I
climaxed Tuesday with the choiceof presenting their cases to the claims are classified as "old wives necessary shelter to a score of other found in gopher holes Include the to only some 300,000 gophers by the
Senator Robert Graham as voters. tales" without basis In fact, they have creeping and crawling insects, some diamond back rattlesnake, gopher year 2000. lie doubts that the speciescan ,

Governor of Florida, it is that given impetus to the hunting and of whom wo,ld not survive if It'IIIrY snakes, and the rare blue indigo falls maintain to that level.Itself if the population ,":

some way must be found to curb Another lesson to be learned eating considered of gopher a which have hundred been f .,,
a 9ctactYe11):\
campaign expenditures which from Tuesday's election Is the years or delicacy/or. 'n"1'fl!: -- ; :" ". I. ,, ; Mole, crickets ereQ, : } .
have reached the point where defeat handed all of the eight Pensacola and the Minorcan, County Agent'sNotebook By' night especially after a rain or '

able men of moderate means and constitutional revisions. This population of St. Augustine and New Bobby irrigation and when the temperature ,
Smyrna. In these markets, a good is above 70 degrees, F. When con. I:
few connections indicates that better
with monied some way sized gopher will sell for S3 to f 10, and, Taylor ditions such as these exist they will .i
interests, are discouraged from must be found of presentingthese no questions asked. come to the surface and make .:

making a futile attempt to be important changes to the : burrows in the upper inch or two of i
elected to public office. voters, rather than confrontingthem As a consequence, gopher': -- toil. Occasionally they will partially ,;.
population has dwindled to an emerge from the soil and gather bits I
with of issues
a hodgepodge estimated 1.2 million, about 30 per Mole crickets have been especially area": After spraying, Irrigate for of food from the soil surface.
Over $10 million'was spent by that would take months of studyin cent of the one-time count. Most of bad this summer and fall They are about 40 minutes (or put on about 1-5
the nine contenders in the order to reach a decision on these are concentrated in North damaging lawns, pastures, inch of water to leach the insecticideinto
Governor's alone whether they are good or bad. Central Florida and South Georgia, strawberries and greens. the top one to two inches of soil. Gophers are hard to catch for they
race with the since gopher in South and West don't stray far from their holes, and
Republican nominee leading the Florida have already been "hunted The daily bag limit of five per If a bait is used apply when it is not can pick up amazing speed as they j
field with more than $3 million The voters also obviously out" or lost their homes to developers person, and the strict ban on commercial likely to rain overnight and preferably scurry back inside when disturbed .
spent (over $2 million of his own resent the practice so evident and now virtually extinct in those sales have been ineffective In apply late in the afternoon. The most while feeding. Poachers however. ''
). Graham followed with Tuesday, of mixing the good and areas. stopping the trade In gophers Dr. effective time for baiting is during have found a way to outwit them hy, +
money and when the
Auffenberg seeing August; September attaching a piece of
reports bedspring
to the
bad in amendment that
one so loaded
$2.87 million in expenditures, Time was when gopher hunting was pick-up trucks with as many as nymphs are growing fast and require end of a flexible rod. thrusting it into
while the seven candidates who the voter, in order to obtain a thriving industry in Bradford 300 gophers, bound for the Florida much food. It is very Important to the hole. The gopher Is entangled in ::.J

lost out in the primaries spent something of which he approves, County, as reported In the following Panhandle, where they are almost scatter it thinly and evenly over the the spring and can then be dragged '. ,
$4.5 million. must vote for something that he item from the May t, 1923 issue of The hunted out. Other major markets for soil surface. A few flakes should fall from its burrow ) \
disapproves. This was evident in Telegraph: the meat are Miami, Tampa, and St. on every square inch of soil In the
Augustine treated area. In our experiments, best
Violating the state laws can
The the resounding defeat of RevisionNo. afternoon when results have been obtained with low
total "Saturday Peggy
was more than result In a penalty of up to$500 and six ,:
double the previous most- 7 which held out the arrived in Starke she had In her express Damage to lawn grass and other percentage baits (.5 to 1 percent) months in jail but relatively few '!
expensive possibility of an increase in car, besides the Inevitable two plants Is primarily through feeding on rather than baits containing a higher commercial hunters are ever caught. ',
campaign in 1970 when homestead exemption, based on crates of chickens from Brooker, a the roots, but their burrowing loosens percentage of active Ingredient. This The Gopher Tortoise Council would :
seven candidates spent $3.89 inflation factor if the crate of gophers from Bell, billed to the soil, causing plants to dry out and is no doubt due to the larger volume of like to have the gopher removed ::
million in their efforts an voter Pensacola.Bell sometimes bait required a given to
to be they are completely over area entirely from the game list which is ?;
elected. would at the same time approve a uprooted. The meandering burrows of obtain the recommended amount of :
inconsistent with having It on the .1
tax break of millions of dollars Is famous for Its gophers. The;: mole crickets are about Mi in diameterand active Ingredient which results in a threatened list
rich in and species they say. ;
benefiting some big developersand lime easily seen in short mown grassor more thorough distribution. ,,11
Together, the Governor'scampaign produces pepper grass, wild onions, newly planted ares. :.:
in 1974 and large corporations in the and wild mustard on which the I{ Baits may be applied by hand. To Auffenberg and Franz found that 1
cost state. The homestead increasewas feed. The gophers nest in colonies averaging 11 \
gophers ground being' We still have several effective In- insure even coverage spread back
almost $15 million, while the slightly salty,salt absorbed through secticides that individuals with a ratio of one mature ::1:
not a sure thing, dependingon we can use as a and forth across a measured area
salary of the office for those two future action by the the gopher's skin saltingtheflesh, and treatment for mole crickets. Use then turn at right angles and spread male to five or six females. Due to ;.t
terms would total less than the herbs mentioned make the meat,, spray or bait when the overnight back and forth across the same area predatory animals and weather ,\\
500000. The difference betweenthe Legislature; but the tax break hotter and hot tamale. It cannot be' temperature is expected to be 70 again. If distributed by hand be sure successful conditions hatch found there was a ''i)
cost and the was certain. The voters should eaten in its natural state. degrees F or above. Have the turf to wear natural rubber gloves. Do not only every five years "
remuneration for not be subjected to such moist at the time the treatment is water In after applying.. or so. Raccoons take a big toll in eggs ,
the office is so fantastic as to misleading tactics. "But during shipment from Bell to applied. If It has become dry Irrigatethe and newly hatched gophers are eaten II!
point up the need for some kind Pensacola. the tight packing causes area to be treated by running the by birds and snakes. ;I!
of limit the gophers to sweat.and on arrival at of the Regardless whether a spray or bait "
on penetration the soil
expenditures. On future constitutional destination the meat Is delightfully spray Is used a second application in 10 Gophers have been around since the :
or in the case of baits, the
flavored and needs neither salt encourages days to 2 weeks provides more Eocene an era dating' back some 40 to li
revisions should be mole crickets to to the surfaceto
some come
Efforts have been made to way spices, our informant tells us." feed on the bait. thorough control.ToReno. 50 million years and were mentionedby j'
found to the issues
limit spending in the but the famous naturalist, William'
past, 1
two court rulings have separate, so voters can register a "No eclat social event in Pensacola Apply the insecticide properly. Bertram on his travels through
interferedwith clear-cut yes or no, without during the gopher season is complete When using a spray it Is Important to Motel Florida in the 1870'.. He observed \\.
such controls. The Florida having to give blanket approvalor without soups or stews made from the apply the insecticide in a large gophers in this North' Central area :;> I
Supreme Court ruled and reported "They form great and ,!{
Bell product. amount of water. Jar attachments to I
restrictions designed for rejection to a grab-bag full of garden hoses are excellent tools for Changesllands deep dens In the sand hills and cast 'it;,) I
unrelated items. (For those not familiar with local home gardeners to use. The out incredible quantities of earth. ;!
preventing candidates type
from lore and geography, "Peggy" was the which requires 15 to 20 gallons of Mr. 'and Mrs. Clark R. Williams, They are esteemed excellent food. '::\
starting their campaigns too nickname of the Seaboard's formerly of Chesapeake, Va. and
Another lesson to be learned branch water passing through the hose to ''iil I
early were unconstitutional, and from line train that make a daily trip from empty the quart size jar is recom- owners of several motels and Left to themselves gophers grow .'.''
the U.S. Supreme Court Tuesday's election is that a Starke through Brooker and mended. Put the amount of insecticide restaurants, have purchased the To- old gracefully and may achieve a .
overruled limits placed on the majority of Florida voters do not LaCrosse and on to Bell, near the in the jar for SOO square feet. Rena Motel and Restaurant on U.S. century or more In age. One unusually 1//:J
amount of that could want the family-orientated imageof Suwannee River.) ,Fill the jar the rest of the way with 301 (north) from the Cermenaro large specimen, reported at Gold .'
money be their state changed from one ofa Those who have never tasted 'i'('water.Spray out the contents over 500 estate, effective November I. Head Branch State Park several -*
:, spent.In feet.To Insure years ago weighed 20 pounds, and:1' !
"clean fun in the sun" square even coverage
gopher stew, might naturally wonder The new-owners
i spray back and forth across the same plan to make lOme'changes measured IS Inches wide, eight inches i;
playground to the garish, ar in the operation. The name of thick and 20 inches long
view of these court rulings, tificial "glamour" of a mini-Las the restaurant has been changed to .::1-

it appears that the only way to Vegas. Maw's Kitchen and will continue.to "

control campaign spending may cRlp4 3RADFORD 'oCfti serve home-cooked meals, daily. BUARC SetsMembership, ,'; ?

( be through some form of public d At an early date the name of the '
financing, whereby each candidate These are the lessons to be motel will be changed to Paw's Motel Meet -;

would be given the same learned from Election 1978. Letus igruPlrBOB and other changes will be made by .

r amount of public funds, to be hope they will not sown be December 1. A membership meeting of the '\
t matched with a similar Since the death of Tony Cermenaro Bradford-Union Association for !
amount of /
*775i4 the motel had been operated by his Retarded Citizens BUARC) is set
Q. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER son, Dominick. Tuesday Nov. 14, at 7:30: p.m. at is I

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Page TELEGRAPH Nov.,1176Bradford ,
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11 Whitewash Vanguard f 1? ,6tI: Wilfli::' .

Bradford's defense rose above the and Jummy Wright, end, and of long march with a one yard plunge/ but rifled a pasa to -the middle that the air but his pass to Johnson was vented by Donald Reddish and
absence of three regulars to shutout a fensive regular Marcus Cruce playing/ the huge Knight held the favored bounced up off the hands of leaping batted away by Rogers.Tor.adoe'8urf.. Timmy Jones.
big but Impotent Ocala Vanguardteam key roles in the whitewash. Jones Tornadoes at bay for the rest of the BUS safety Dwayne Cummings and BHS gave Vanguard one more
20-0 Friday, Nov. 3, at Ocala's played for virus-weakened Isaiah half. Bradford marched to a score to Into the grasp of Intended receiver chance In the contest. After Tyson had
Booster Stadium. Jenkins, while Wright Just a open the second half with Doug Mike Takas. Cornerback Richard accelerated through a gaping hole
The win upped BUS 197 record to sophomore, got the starting call over Reddish doing the honors on a five Milner dropped Takas for a gain of 33 With halftime nearing Bradford' (opened by lineman AI Chapman Jay
6-2.gave Head Coach David llurie his Alton Moore who had reportedly had a yard run and Cruce adding the second yards at the Bradford 31. Fullback started broke Grtffls, Allen Scott. Fred Woods
120th win at Bradford High, and kept disappointing"showing in the previous extra point to make It a 14-0 .me. Barney Johnson ran his right aide for offense clicking. Tyson Marcus Cruce, and Ronald Mathews)
team spirit and momentum high for lOlls to Ocala Forest! and Cruce Vanguard's defense then toughenedagain four yards to the 27, but swing two tackles on a yard run for 18 yards he fumbled on the next
/ passeson 43 and Reddish to the
Friday night's District 5-AAA played middle guard for Kevin and not until Bradford stop second and third downs /got play at the Bradford 40 and the
showdown with St. Sugustine at Reddish, who was hobbled by an ankle crew had halted the home team's thrown off mark by Riker and a fourth 40 tight on the end next Ronald play. Mathews A Jeffery pass was Knights/ recovered.
Bradford Field.It most serious scoring threat
the down run attempt was botched up In but third and
on seven
was a victory sculptured by the The newcomers joined regular final quarter was the easy victory a the backfield and Fred Woods
halfback off the
two sharpest weapons the Tornadoes stoppers Mark Mosley, Fred Woods, sure thing./ Tyson added the final recovered fumbletoend the loser's BItS executed a pass
have wielded this seasonMarvin Frank Swindell Dwayne Cummings, on a 31 yard TD scamper with most serious threat of the half. Riker veer option play that was good for 18
VHS when Reddish hit
just to the 24
Ilildebrsn. Donald Reddish, three seconds yards
Tyson and the "Friday Night Danny to go. was the Knight's chief offensive Chastaln In the flat
Defense." Tyson ripped through the Dale Rogers and Richard Milner to slotback Marty
: for
weapon the rest of the game,
Knight defensive eleven for 1" yardson frustrate the now 2-6 Ocala team. area left open by the charging care
clicking on five of 14 passes all told for nerback. From there things souredfor
22 carriesan 8.8 yard per try 82 yards, and /gaining 65 yards on 11 Big Red
averageto push his season rushing Defense Insures WinIt
option keepers. Still, when the losseshe
An wipedout
Illegal procedure penalty
total to 1.272 yards. The Tornados that Insured the
was the defense took on six quarterback sacks are
Norman to
an eight yard Tyson
defense all but smothered Vanguard's game was never In question despite i added In, the senior's rushing total belted down at the
Tyson was
offense, limiting the hosts to 33 yards BUS' Inability to "put It away." was a net 14 yards on 18 carries. line pass.scrimmage on a veer dive and I
rushing and 95 yards total with Bradford scored the first time It got I
off the field
backups Timmy Jones, linebacker, the ball as Jeffery Norman capped a Allen Punt Rogers Pie koff limped Chastain couldn't hang! momentarily on to a third

... Create OpportunityAfter down Norman toss, and Norman's
the clubs exchanged punts fourth down bomb to Rogers wan
(Bradford's was a booming yarderby thrown just short, allowing' the Offrnsl\r Uoklr-Drfrnnltr midtr
EARN INTERESTON Scott Allen, Tornado monster Knights to cover the play. After
Marcus ( mlckoul
: 'rucrwss
gourd a on
!; back Dale "Peabody" Rogers picked totally dominating play the Tornadoes
both sides of the line for the *'
off a Riker third down pass at the led just 7-0 at the half. nudopM againiniKuurd.. Tor'.
YOUR 1979 Vanguard 42 and scrambled down to
the 34 to give BUS a chance to extend
the lead as the first quarter ended. BUS Lead Widens
CHRISTMASCLUB t .1 Bradford failed as Tyson was deckedfor Bradford changed rapidly In the BUS Rush Crinhes Pocket
; y a one yard loss, Norman was second half roaring out from the With 2-08 to go the hosts had a slim
stopped at the line of scrimmage anda halftime pep talk to a 75 yard-nine chance yet. Riker opted to go the air
third down exchange was muffed fora play TO drive. with clock expiring! but could hardly
SAVINGS two yard loss. Tyson started the surge with a 12 get the ball out of his hands In the face
Cruce and Wright teamed up to yard change-of-direction scamper of Bradford's ferocious rush Woods
floor Riker on an option keeper and Along the way he had gallops of 17 and sacked the tall signal-caller for a 15
Let Guaranty Federal help you plan for the holidays. Marvin Tyson scampered for 193 then on a pass dropback to force the 12 yards while Norman had an eight yard loss to move the ball outside
yards against Ocala Vanguard Friday Knights surrender the ball again In yard keeper and Reddish<< had burstsof midfield and a pass to Takas fell
Open a 1979 Christmas Club Savings night to push his season tinning total their territory at the host's 48. Tyson seven four, four and six yards incomplete. On third down Hiker
Account and we will pay you. our maximum to I.28S yards In right! games aad his banged off the right side for eight before scoring from the five with 7-26 dropped backed and was again
passbook rate of Interest yardage per game average to over 130 yards but a seven yard gain by to go in the third quarter. Cruce's kick allowed by the rush as Cruce
.5V % COMPOUNDEDDAILY yard. Reddish was called back for illegal again was true and It was 14-0. decked him for an II yard loss. On
The teams traded fumbles after the fourth and :36 Hiker vas ripped downb
PER ANNUM BHS leads Early 4.'f' TO with Danny Hildebran claimingthe >' Woods for an eight yard loss but

No Gimmicks Bradford took the lead quickly in Knight bobble at the VHS 37 but the BUS tackle was clearly; guilty of
No Maximum the game. Forcing Vanguard to puntafter Bradford giving the ball back to facemasking. a I 15 yard penalty. It
4 Earn on the amount deposited the opening kickoff, the Tornadoes ... ",:,,1I tiI Vanguard tackle Ramon Lopez on the was still fourth nd24from the Knight
took the ball 75 yards on seven ;- next play. 37: and Hiker's hurried pass to Darryl
during 'the year
r plays on their first possession. With Riker earned a first down with a Midcap was I low' and the game was
1979 Christmas Club the same halfback-in-motion. lead shifty 10 yard option run but Jimmy Bradford's.
Account Available veer attack that buried Palatka the Wright stayed home at his end spot Tyson boosted his already gaudy(
November 1, 1978 at all week before the Tornadoes coveredthe saes.agstrd.F. and bottled up a Mike Takas reverse statistics with a six yard run and then
ground with the run the biggest of t'Yw for a four yard loss. the 31 yard TD scamper (that came
Guaranty Federal offices.Guaranty. / which was a 49 yard bolt by Tyson who y The defenses continued to dominateas with three seconds!: left to add icing on
i 0/0 went all the way to the one yard line w the game moved to the last the cake in the 20.0 win.
5 before he was angled out of bounds by quarter Norman tried to strike from On the last play of the game
Vanguard's Roosevelt Davison. long range on a 45 yard bomb to Vanguard's Lambia Kinsler momentarily -
Norman sneaked Into the endzone on Kenny Clark but VHS safety Milton dropped (Cruce kickoff and
Federal the next play. Cruce toed the extra Busby picked off the too-short pass at then motored past the oxer-
Owm..And IMA AtMci-- point and Bradford led 7-0 with 4-31 his 23 to set up Vanguard's most committed BUS specialty: team for
gone in the game. b impressive offensive thrust. what looked like a 91: !yard> touchdown
STARK OM.OUNOID DAILY 'A ANNUM play but the frustrated home side wall
: 395 W Maftion" StBB4 called for clipping on the return'and
-8000 Freak Completion Aids Jay Grlffis won the Offensive Hiker Options Effective the shutout was preserved.
Vanguard shot Into BUS territory Lineman of the Week Award for his With Riker piercing the Tornado
FSLIC big play style on their second trench play In Bradford's 20-O win defense with his option wizardy the

._ ..llIh. ,. . possession but stalled and came up over Vanguard. Knights threatened to close the gap as
'un' I Guaranty F.d.rstdoss' the Job. with no points. On a third and eight they cruised 58 yards to inside aHI VHI

play rangy quarterback Jeff Riker procedure and the Tornadoes ran out. Bradford's 20. Riker a 185 pound II
-e-------------------------- of downs and punted. Allen again senior, did all of the damage as he 1.'D..n'.u.h40Yd. 41 M' >'.10P.slniYd. 0
Is legged( a beauty, rolling a 37 yarder continually faked to the dive back and 10 d0P.sCmPS.HYint .

I down to the Knight 6. then knifed 1 into the seams In the BUS Puna'.,,'loa ''' I.'..'.' .. .J &.... .
II Riker Optioned off the left side for1. .forewall. He was the only Vanguard' 'r ? -::.! A .._

t :. .p l I I' h j? .. ..... ...... Bradford nine and gave an offsides Vanguard penalty a first against downat 'bull'yards carrier on eight in the carries series and picking completingtwo up 47& .","."....Yd.. ., rofifltd'41) ?x'hpnib 4JtII.U.''';/"1H! 1'x .

i I .j! 1 j its 20 with 4'55 to go before inter- aerials for 21 yards!: The scare r.dlorO Ocal,.V nguird D 7 0 0 0 J 0.4 IG 0
mission. Riker
\i I then kept twice more was finally subdued when a Knight(
I 7f for seven and two yards before a third lineman drew a five yard offsides
down offensive offsides call moved penalty fourth and two at the 19 anda IcortngHI :
: 4ff. The Fishin ..I.Ii the Inexperienced Knights back. fourth and seven pass from Riker to ..Hf jBttery Doug RtddiiK Norman I yard yard run run.Cruet Cruc min hCMj 14 f 0SHI 0
S 4 I II Riker tried to get the first down via Barney Johnson was covered and pre- Mirvm Tyson 31 yard run ...* lailetfi' JO 0

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rivalry with Macclenny-Baker year In a row they wilL almost cer- senior safetD"a\ne (dimming "|
Throughout The Store Starting This Week I II 'ounty..forget the road game with tainly repeat as the District 5-AAA want the chance to get revenge on
unbeaten Buchholz..and the matchup representative..it's! that simple Kuntside: (the probable first round
I I with Eastslde...and even the district ranted, even if the Tornadoes lose to playoff opponent? should the Tornadoes -
clash with Palatka. The game that St. Augustine they could still finish 7.:) win..Friday i.
FOR THE Good Selection Of makes the season Tor Bradford's by whipping lowly, Live-Oak in the "J 1 was!: on a playoff team\\hen I I11"
Tornadoes will be played this Friday season finale and that would be ,a a tenth grader and it \\\\Ondl'rlul.I ."
HUNTING CLOTHES night at Bradford Field between 7-1 season to be proud of for the coaches smiled senior linebacker Isaiah
HUNTERS : defending state semi-finalist St. and players of this relativelyyoung! Jenkins. "I 1 want logo back. Last year
I Tree Stands I Augustine and 6-2 Bradford High. team. but they want more...they want they were a small team and we took
Duck Dacoy Hind Warmer Duck CUM -Turttey Call If BHS wins they are in the state the 'orr "
W Have All Types Of Ammo I pia) s. them light. Jenkins remembered! of
t Dove Seal, Bian Safety vast .Hat -Camouflage Covenlls playoffs, if the Yellow Jackets "This I is my last year: I want to get the Jack ts' 14-0 win a year ago. This
I If We Don't Have It Let Us Know I time< we're read)'. The\'re going( to
Shoeing Glove* And .. .... \ m
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put up scrappin fight though. I
We Will Get It. know that" '

I This!: is!: m>' first time in u game like,
I COMMITTED DEDICATION this." said junior AI Chapman.. who

: HUNTING AND FISHING LICENSES & LIVE BAIT I II : I,I will looking good start job.forward at center to It. I'm rridj"I'm hoping to doa

"This is m>' first game against St.
; .Augustine too." said junior tackle-
K guard Allen Scott. "V\e have to play it

\1 S WiJUIIJ( IlfIm L(Ilm I II ,I f '.' ''III-.r-\, Just like a playoff game because
'i''f. >, that's what it is. The winner goes to
f.\1' ; 'tJ -t.;.. state. It means a lot to wear that District -

I \'n 1L1LLL'LLWE! ( : I "This Title game patch means on your something jacket."even

I BECAUSE WE CARE.... more special to me." Scott continued.
"my aunt died last week and I'm

i Ii. Next Weekend Fri & Sat. Nor 17 & 18th C"at pies It is our deepcommitmentto going"I to want pla>'revenge.this one "for Said her." BUS

scat back \Ianin T>'son. "We had so
I i offer the finest in traditional many fans over there last season and

I they made us look bad They'stopped
I services and burial us then but I think we can move the
I ball on them now We'll move the ball
; ; I arrangements. We are Friday"I don't night.even want to rememberlast
BIG BUCK This Weekend special "
II season said monster back Dale
here to provide serene Rogers, who couldn't help recal-
; : STARTS COMTESTti ALL NORMAN PLUGS ling the loss "they confused me that
I Also Big w surroundings and con- game but not now, We just have to cut
r t. down on our mistakes. We can shut
f Awards Start $189 I It siderate them out if we do." -
I counseling
f The players have been
t I i I DUll Good Fri & Sat. Only and less. more tense
J playful I this week. The
; f I I '. in times of sorrow.J coaches have been morn serious too.
It's been the kind of week every con-
i : I We Appreicate Your Business 1 tending team will have at least once
DeWitt C.JonesFuneral or twice In a season. The players and
I coaches know this Is a must win and
; I: y The Fishin Shack { ', ;" j. Home / they have treated the practice weekas

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.Warming Lady Tornado Volleyballers Close Out Best-Ever Season 10-3 J

: Bradford High closed out Its Palalka 15-4. 1J-2 while Clay reachedthe
M greatest girls volleyball season ever finals by stopping Si Augustine in
on a sour note when the Lady Tornadoes the opening round
ryr were eliminated from the
The District 5-AAA finals by Clay County Head Coach tnes Harvey and her
Thursday. November 2. squad or Janice Jockel. Terri! Parrlkh.
;{,,',. BUS finished tai for the year while Terri Thomas Sandra Barnes Cecilia
:: the Green Cove school moved Into the Infante. Janice Berry. Hope Jackson.
'ff.- and Tracy Hankerson played to the
Regional championship opposite
.' ..;''. if.Bench .,i.4 Alachua Santa Fe. Bradford won the best season In the four year history of
''r: r{ : opening game In the final match 1511. volleyball at Bradford High. Five of
;. .; but lost ......6 and 11-15 to end Its sea the girls Jockel. Thomas Berry.
'. .1\\; son, In an earlier first round match Jackson and Hankerson will return
the Lady Tornadoes had clobbered next year.

With Buddy Callings

"". ". ...... Roadrunners go to Perry Festival Run '-

." ,11", Cruce H The Bradford Roadrunners long plaque-winning time of 5t'%7: e
Tyson on Scouting' Usl distance running club sent a large runnerup finish In the 13 and under
Bradford football star Marvin Tyson and Marcui Cruce have been listed contingent of local harriers to the distaff division by Cheryl .'Fouler ho
among Florida'a top high school football prospects In the Orlando Sent lnil" Great Kace-a 10.000 meter ((6.2 miles) toured the course In 57-SI.
Stare annual survey of highly recruited prep gridders. run held In conjunction with the and Umes of
The survey reported October 31, was based on reports from collegiate scouts Florida Forest Festival In Perry. Complete ages in places the County
from all over the country and listed just over 200 players from the state as those Florida Saturday October 28. BC Roadrunners Taylor
"Wanted... to play major college football." The story remembered that 230 race follow.
Florida school boys signed football scholarships with major college I Division I ,/ George Bowen. 24 was the first
or I-A) teams last year so It figures most if not all of the 200 seniors listed this v local runner across the finish line with George Bowen. 24. IJ3 In 37-35:
year will continue their grid careers somewhere. JIsi' hill 37'35 time earning 133rd place. IS Johnny Badillo. 15. 208 In 40 06: Jeff
Both Cruce and Tyson were listed In the "Best of the Rest- Red Chip year old Johnny Badillo was the Ta)lor, 13. 26S In 41-16: Wayne Wall.
category In the poll that singled out a "Sweet Sixteen" of Florida's blue-chip second Roadrunner and 208th contestant 11.: 3W: (in 42 SO: Richard Badillo. '14.
prospects. then listed the top 12 remaining players in each category' quarter to complete the race with a timeof :.118: in 42'58.: Larry Green. 24. 40.1 In
backs,offensive lineman running backs etc., and finally gave 10-13( of the beat 4006. Other lop age-group finishesby 4B':2!!:: John Francis. II. 4A5 In 46'34:
of the rest at each position. Bradford leggers were the fourth Allen Davis 12. 500 In 47'2: Steve
Cruce rated below the top 15 offensive linemen in Florida (three were In the place finish In the 13 and under boys klkree.24. Ma In 49'18: Donnie Burch.
"Sweet Sixteen") but among the top 24 blocking prospects while Tyson was category by Jeff Taylor. 13. who ran 25. 574 In50'45: Linda DcWItt. II. :5B3
among 24 running backs cited but not among the top 16 prospects probably k the course In 41'18 to break the middle In M'27.: Lynn Loper. 611 In 5I'Ci: ) :
because of his size. None of the top 16 ball-carriers are as short as Marvin and a school record for the distance previously (her>l Fouler, 10. 6.'>6 In 57 51: Laura '
only one Is lighter than the 5-7,170 pound Tornado dynamo. i held by Sam Lewis: a first McKae. 12. CHiK In 5H 5H.: Barbl
Both BHS players have been in contact with 10-12( colleges. Most of them are place showing by Linda DeWitt In the l'wporJ..I2. 667 In :58 58, Ann fan-
either small major colleges Division II powers but the big time University of 13 and under girls division with a non 13." 13) in 61':141.:
Pittsburgh has sent Cruce questlonaires. Tyson has been looked at by Memphis
State. Southern Missippi. Tennessee-Chattanooga. Illinois State and North 1 s r
Alabama Instance. but hopes to stay in the state at a bigger school-Florida Slate for I pwlght Slater's .

Bradford has played against or will play against eight players on the elite list,
Gainesville Eastside had four players in the top 220 with placekicker Donnie Food & Scat
Van Wle rated the state's best in his specialty and among the "Sweet Sixteen", Lady Tornado Sandra Barnes spikes again :Mairlrnnv-Kakrr ('ounty In ,Open .U.S.30t S.
safety Ken James chosen as one of the top three defensive backs in Florida and regular season volleyball action as leammalFHfrcllla Infant right and TrrrlParrlih 1 A.M. 12 P.M.' a Walnut Sl
linebacker-defensive ends Val Brown and Bennie Smith also Included. witch the BUS ended
Thursday girls a stellar 10-3 season w Ith a loan In
Running back Adam Browning of West Nassau was picked. He netted only 64 the District finals to Clay County.
yards against the Tornadoes in a 20-0 loss but has been over the 100 yard markin PEPSI I
every other game. Macclenny's Ryan Fraser was tabbed in the best of thereat MOTOR, OIL
category defensive lineman and Buchholz' quarterback Darryl Dickey Registration Set For Youth BasketballRegistration 129
was noted as the "Junior to watch" among the state's signal-callers. Also. St. 119 18 Oz. 8Fk. .TIII
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Augustine tailback Jimmy Braiel. a doubtful starter for Friday night's game for the Starke Recrea- and a junior size ball while 13-16 year a'i.' Plus To & OeD
against BUS was noted as one of the top 16 running back prospects In the tion Department's Youth Basketball olds will regulation goals and ball.
sunshine state. League Is set to begin November 20. 'hnics will tip.off the season on BEER
Other highly-sought area players include Gainesville High quarterback Interested players ages 6-16 can November 21:!!, with league action BO.ADEI\IS\ AlL BIWIDS
Johnrll Brown. reportedly the most wanted gridder In Florida: Lake Butler sign up at the Old Armory from 8'30 breaking for Christmas and starting oat *169 I Case
linebacker Michael Dukes I best of the rest). and Lake City quarterback Kelly a.m. to 5'30 p.m. or at Pratt Street hack up after the holidays. Tennis MILK $100 COlt
Lowery (top seven at his position) Field from 3-5 p.m. Monday through shoes will be required of all pla)ers.

Rams Impressive In Dropping 'Canrs '
League age groups will be 6-9. 10-12( '
Gainesville Eastside continues to Impress... especially defensively as their and 13-16with the 6-12 group Including
stoppers led the way in Friday night's 10-9 win over then numberoneratedAAAA boys and girls and the older division It Takes Money to Make Money
Gainesville. The Rams 71. are now rated fifth in the latest AAA poll Including boys only. Registration Is
(with GHS tumbling down to seventh in AAA A) and areall but in the playoffs as free and will continue until December
the District six champions. I with no slgn-ups after that date.
I attended the Florida Field game to see Hurricane quarterback Johnell Games will be played upstairs at Private
Brown reportedly the top player InFlorida this year but EasUlde's defense the Old Armory at 3:30-4:15: : p.m. with Enterprises Want
gave him no time to think and no room to run in the win. 6-9 games Monday and Wednesday!
Eastside should close out the District six race by beating Ocala Vanguard 10-12( games Tuesday and Thursday
Friday and would then host the opening round playoff game November 24, and 13-16 play Monday or Wednesdayand
between themselves and the District five champ which of course will be Friday, The 6-12 age group will To Loan You
Bradford If St.Augustine can be whipped tomorrow night.JV's play with a modified eight foot basket( Money
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""'\' Bradford's Juttibr\\ varslty'-grWders ,"d6delf:"''''th ibW tf1''p MaYed.:-'"1 Aey : .,, Ilhuat U rsl.t. KllM 1.,111'/\,, / ll .01,
dropped their sixth game in seven know we finish the season with Strickland and Kenny Etheridge for and 'investors that relate/ (In /husmesseVs'uch: as )aura/ :Small/ and l large! companies alike jrr TWomiiiK' r< Im'l.mt in, obtain

outings Thursday. Nov. 2. but will Macclenny a good rival.and we their play In the Joss to Buchholz expansion. 'Investment and venture capital from lending Institutions ,that uill, talk in their, Itrmvnlv

close out their 1978 season tonight haven't had any trouble getting them Macclenny has played about .500 Now WORLDWIDE; H.NIVE: : t.\ClliNK(; is prmidmg/ new tonccpl in exposing: you to nrw ',,."rll..r""lllullh 11
(Thursday. Nov 9)) with a home win fired up for our last game. We've had ball this season Chenoweth said but
against Macclenny-Baker County in a a couple of real good practices since expects his team to give the Baby know and understand' your /business'requirements The) 'talk money to )you on \OI K terms'Four !

7 p.m. game.Gainesville. the loss and I know we won't have Wildcats a tough time of it. "St. Bftaic Finance Yonr Oirn Rusineszi
Buchholz victimized the another performance like that one. I Augustine beat them 12-0 and beat us Categories ,,-. .. --._ -
Baby Tornadoes 28-0 last Thursday as told the kids after the game we 6-0 so It should b'! a competitive ball More than I 1.100 Intestnuni' capitalheavcompanies'
the Bradford club had "our worst wouldn't settle for that kind of play." game. We would sure like to beat Individuals & Broker
the hJt'Ie'I'n/ In
throughout' nation brought together
effort of the year" according to Head Chenoweth singled out defensive them and have something to carry ( ( .
JV Coach Sam Chenoweth. The win tackle Kenney Massey. safety Darryl over into next season." VIORLDWIDL I: FIN' VN('I. ,that want M loan or Invest t mi'n,') in .In 17rinerrd' >"ff/ Ifmlinu_ :! I'IHII

closed out the JV Bobcats season at 6- four basic area of( business
I and Chenoweth admitted the People If'/io Have .' 5v.l'IIake
BUSINESS b"II.'nl' fur nudung hm> .41( mdiiiiniinix "
Gainesville club was loaded but said r**** BRING THIS AD**** Inkrntun fmJ'hlll1l' : Money
his team should have done better and,, EXPANSION
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that his players knew it. Mon. Nov. 13th ( CAPITAL )uu.nng.marr.I Thi- \\II./I\\III.() /) || | IIN\N< I 1.1 I \( /I1 t161 |p.rtf"ln.s !I'J.t
"After the the kids felt bad
they knew they had let us (IIhe And Tues. Nov. 14th .. hlUlfllIU punhte.PYnd.q.onf. beencars in n.wtli lull \tlnpimm' ." M.IIull, Ix
,... Finns .ili,. "lrJ.1Io .
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coaching staff of Chenoweth. Ronnie dealing with prufi ssmiul /l1I'"Io"1"t ''lIht. msi' liKivourstlf -
nil II. < tun' '''ifnn'' ,0 l Ki'di-i
Hours 10:30 To 5:30 ''unlinuoffiu '
and Kick Stevens
Harris down. the :
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opening coach said.kickoff"Buchholz all the way back ran and the LEASING 'lurnilunumipulir ( have the i.ipil.il In d. lust| |llh.1I .nut lluiiinti\ r.-l.Uul. "t'l.n' II

that just set the tempo of the game.we !ame' 'i' '!:t SOURCESNumhrr Ilu.I..lulfll11I'nl takes mono ,in, nuKr mi>ni\
hjrdujrr jnd "''''''Arl'
were never in iL""We ,1Ilru.IIIIII The time and iuou S.IMMII! MHKi\\i| |) || | /II
usually come out for a light -". nf rywpmenla.naf
in shorts after '., Funding. .*nmt> Irndtni' TrJII'p"rIAUII" l.iirplunr. iruikv <<,u' I Ilarm %..\E portfolios ail( nil re th.in np.iv tin-. sin.il', nm-l t
practice Friday a game .S' "'IN i.., .".".. ,nknI.,, .,
but this week we dressed out and hit uipnuni| ment involxtd In nhtam! Inghlv r.II..oJ/lrlll"/ C un.im IK 111ratcd1
on Friday and I was very pleased to I hotlr"lII"Ilulpnll'ni: | ,, ) lurthernur portfolios; tost I 1 int.ilK( t.i\ tlnlmi.
see the kids came out to play this 7 Oil field xupplu-* jnd r<|uipnnnl
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!' Mrs. Vorease Jones of Starke Wins ContestMrs. II LMfar? Hoop Practice Begins, for 1978-79 Tornadoes*
t Vorease. Jones of Rt I, Box John Hudson was the third place ng Head Coach Warney Atkinson 1977-98 JV. Kevin Miller,.Fred Halls Buchholz St. Augustine!' M'i.J le f.)>
473-A, Starke won the Telegraph finisher In a relatively easy week for S welcomed 13 players to basketball Frazier Bass, Edward Hamilton and Baker Bounty and Jacksonville
Football Contest In perfect style last prognostics Hudson Rt. 3, Box IP practice Monday. the Tornadoes Curtis Shell, two transfers, Anthon Victory Christian. The Tornadoes wW
week, picking 12 of 12 winners on the 432,Starke missed only on the Miami Ml began to prepare for the 1978-7 Thomas from New York and Elijah meet at 3:30 p.m. to run the track and
head and topping another perfect Dolphins win over Dallas and picked g rw season which opens In what seems Tlsdale from Miami, and six foot-two>> then will return to the gym for
competitor In the tiebreaker to win 33 points for the tiebreaker to edge out like days to Atkinson at the Clay Inch sophomore Charles Lee In practice sessions every weekday
the $50 prize. others who picked 11 of the 12 games 1Hi High Thanksgiving Tournament in practice Monday. November 6. evening.
right. Green Cove November 2229. "We'll run two-a-day practices to
Mrs.Jones tiebreaker pick of 45 wasa Him Just two lettermen, Dwayne get ready for that Clay tournament," Bradford's first ninth grade team.
shade closer to the week's high Cummings and Ben Ross, and two said Coach Atkinson, whose young also has already started practice In
score: ,31 points by Florida's Gators in The only upsets of the week were other vanity players, Oliver Marks club will meet 4-A Orange Park; ration for Its 14 game schedulewhile
their win over Auburn Saturday than Tulane's mild upset of Miami the and Glen Carter are back from last Thursday November 23, In the the junior varsity squad will i
the tiebreaker submitted by Harry W. Dolphins win over Dallas, and season's 18-10 District Champion. opening round. Other teams In the open practice shortly as JV coach BobHancock i
Evans P.O. Box 244, Starke. Evans Florida's big win over Auburn In a Rom,(CUmmings Is still with the football field include the host Blue Devils, in still engaged in varsity I
guessed 48 points as the high total. game that was rated tossup team) joined five members of the Keystone Heights, Gainesville football. :

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weekend football Barnes wiJI Tie games will be counted as misses \
THE SCORE OF STARKE (BHS) AND ITS OPPONENT.Fill be selected one In each ad on this unless marked as tie. Games played __
page. Indicate which team you think before Friday night will be thrown If your home 1.1 lessthan7yearsoid
In the blank with your guess and bring to our store will win and write the name of the out. Any games listed Incorrectly dueto ,
before 6p.m. Friday proceeding game or get registration team opposite the advertiser's namein error or Incorrect due to incorrect you may save with
blanks at our store the entry blank..NO SCORES, just information will be thrown out. Y. State Farm. Find
'In C...of tle, first, 2 wim correct .co,.or"..,..t correct Score will win the winner. A two time winner will be H11R1'I'TY1 4: out how much. Williams I
The prizes will be awarded each eliminated from participating in the 1t%() Call me today. ,
My Guess Is STARKE . ST. AUGUSTINE, . week on the basis of most games sel remainder of contest. "T IIOTIF4)N'VERY I.lk0"oodn.ighber.
ected correctly. In case of tie, pick a The decision of the Judges Is final. StILt.'E Bint*Firm l>there.
NAME..".?,..."?...??"..___.._.... .,..........."..__ number which you think will be the All advertisers and employees are Agent
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"We can't depend on Palatk to ball. lie Is labeled "poised and quick"by Moore or Jimmy Wright on the front
beat St. Augustine next week; we Bradford scouts. Fullback Alan line with Danny HUdebran and Isaiah
have to determine, our own destiny Powers Is a tough blocker and Sexton Jenkins at linebacker and Dwayne
Friday night," said BUS Head Coach notes that he has been effective at Cummings\ Donald Reddish. Richard
David Hur.., "They are a fine, fine getting the tough, inside yardage. Milner, and Dale "Peabody" Rogers
football team that I 18 experienced and Across the front the Jackets average In the defensive backfield
aggressive but we feel good about the about 175 pounds per man with center
game. Our execution has Improved Mike Fortner, number SI, an experienced "They haven't thrown the l ball a*
and we feel we can move the. /ball on senior who Is rated a much as I thought they would,"
them." '.tough, solid blocker." Hartley noted. "That worries me. I
Bradford's ball.movers will be have a feeling they'll try to throw
quarterback Jeffery Norman, running short passes against us like the drag
backs Marvin Tyson and Doug We're going to have to play" an passes Palatka hurt us with.
Reddish, slotback Marty Chastain excellent game against .
and alternating wideouts Kenny Clark Sexton. "Our kids know the Importance "We just have to get ready,"
and Scott Allen, Up front will be tight of it They'll be prepared: Hartley laid eagerly, "I went to
end Ronald Mathews along with school there and we haven't beaten
Marcus Cruce. Allen Scott Jay their varsity or junior varsity In the
Griffis,Al Chapman and Fred woods. Bradford figures to start Kevin two years Ive been at Bradford High
They'll go against an experienced Reddish Fred Woods, Mark Monely. so I want this one. We'll know what to
defense that can pressure a team to Frank Swindell and either Alton do it's jtwt a matter of doing It," ,
They line up and Just come at
MrM *I 9er x+l "
you, notes Offensive Line Coach BobHancock
"St. Augustine will shift
around and give us different looks but
mainly they just fire in and makesomething .I IJ II I
happen. Our line has to be
mentaUy sharp Friday night as well
as physically tough. There won't be
any bigger test for us; this determines
le whether we're In the state playoffs or
start basketball season." 1
The Yellow Jacket defensive personnel 1I I
Isn't huge but they are a tough, i,
confident bunch that has allowed over !3

14 points only once. Defensive end .
a a
Avery Anderson, number 63, Is a 170 1 I "
pounder who leads the quick,shootingline
St. Augustine has and bookend 1a
Roger Giddens, number 43, plays the \
other end almost as well. They will I"'
L severely test Bradford's veer. Linebacker / 1 S It"
Steve Taylor, number 41. is a ,r,
sura tackler says the Bradford scouting '"
report which also touts defensive 1 :
back Anthony Smiley,number 30,as a ;
Pop Warner Homecoming ball-hawk. REPLACE' YOUR OLD .
Offensively the Yellow Jackets who
are listed in the also received votes FURNACE :
Bradford County's Pop Warner football organization had their ownHomecoming
category of the A AA poll this are
parade Friday afternoon Oct. n, to kick oft the 197S PW
even stronger. They have averaged
Homecoming weekend. In the 1978 WITH AN i
nearly 28 points a game
The parade streamed down US-301 with team members, parents coachescheerleaders
campaign boasting a powerful
queen candidates and others In attendance. Other weekend activities -
and effective at-
Included a Homecoming dance crowning of the queen and princessesand tack from game their pro-set style. Comparing pass :
four Bradford Field football games Saturday.
of their with
Queens and Princesses were crowned Saturday. follows: scores Bradford will ()
Homecoming queen wa. Lisa Dukes, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Dukesof previous opponents'The! 'Jackets ,
paint a dreary picture.
Starke, with her escort Vance C'ulverson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roger pounded Macclenny 48-13 while BUS HEAT PUMP
Culverson. She represented the Starke Cowboy Junior Midget team and her ,
the Wildcats 13-7 SA whipped
crown bearer was Apryl Coleman, daughter of M.Gall Coleman.Pee I '
Buchholz nippingthe
Wee Princess was Miss Terri!Fender,daughter of Mr. and Mrs.James 'Cats 13-10 In double overtime,and BY GE. V
Fender. Her escort was Mike Colvane, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Johnson. Her St. Augustine ,decimated Clay 55-8 ,
of Mr. and Mrs.John Samons.
crown bearer was Cindy Samons daughter
the the Blue
while Tornadoes
of Mr. and
Junior Pee Wee Princess was Miss Sheila Shannon daughter
Mrs. David Shannon. Her escort was Master Dale Brown Jr.. son of Mr. and Devils The visitors a little less also decisively have beaten 34-6 Jax THE SUMMER TOO
Mrs. Dale Brown 8r. Her crownbearer was Miss Krlsty Harrison, daughter of
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Mr. and Mrs. Charles McKinney
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Lori Flynn was homecoming quern from the Lake Butler Bengals. Her 14-0, Jax Creek 21.12. Their lone helps save electricity compared to an ordinary electric
escort was Mr John Bennett, son of Mr. and Mrs. David Bennett.>. Her crown- Orange loss Spruce to ninth rated Jax Bishop furnace. It's that simple
bearer was Shana Schmltt,'daughter of Mr.and Mrs.Charles SchmlU. Kenny was 8.28."They The heat pump extracts heat from the air outside and

are a physical team. When transfers it Inside to heat your home. When tempera-
Brazel (Jimmy Brazel; a highly tures are cold then electric heaters supplement the
= Advance V/ recruited 190 pounder who suffered a' heat pump. But only as needed.
Lady Tornado Leggers -4.n knee injury last week and Is a questionable You can save 34 to 68% on your heating bill when
participant in tomorrow compared to ordinary electric resistance heat. Of
., night's game) plays tailback they just course actual figures vary, according to where you
Gri f+District, CC Champ : use their strength and run right at
live. And how you live.
... Coordinator
II.Q.: .. IJIII1 said Defensive
r;:; you.
V ,'. ,....w 'I:" .. Mike Sexton But no matter wnere you live or what your heating
Bradford'High's Cindy Griffith won Saturday.,. Nov. 11, for the Region; ;,.o:' 7 bills are, a Weathertron' pump by GE heats your M,
the individual title to lead the Lady Championships with the top five in- "We don't know yet if Brazel will ...homHfor) less cost lhan aajprCUnarkel ciricfurnacea 1. fit,
Tornadoes to a filth place finish,in the 1+dividuiilfinuihrs and tosriom'teeww ,,ii j THay! not,' saId Hurf-lii'*'waylr' t""FW The weaTrierfror Heat rtjrrtpbyGerteral\ Electric t "oil It
District cross country championshipsin at the region'meet advancing to the ,\ ,: 1 will be a disadvantage for us If he America No 1 selling heat pump.
Palatka Saturday, November 4. State Championships in Jacksonville. doesn't. I know that sounds funny butif
Griffith ran "the best she's run all the following weekend. :.!!It r":4 ? q'IJP Brazel is out they'll move Wilson
year," according to Head Coach "Realistically, the. region meet Is ; (Sammy Wilson: a 140 pound fire plug. Give us a call! Find out
Melba Howard as she clocked a 12-17: just going to be too tough for us to I: \'" with 9.8 speed) to tailback and he will
time over the two mile course to win qualify for state," Howard said, "and stretch our defense from sideline to how much you can save!
the competitive run over Gainesville Cindy Is going to have a tough time of If sideline trying to contain him." If
Buchholz harrier Laura Shey and it to finish In the top five Brazel Is ready for action Wilson will
Ocala'Vanguard legger Susan Eble Other Lady Tornado scorers in the f man the slotback post where he is a
both of who had handled Cindy In District run were Kitty Leasure, 23, man to watch In both the aerial and GORDON
markedthe Judy Ilanderson, 25. and Valery .If
regular season meetings. It I ground attacks.
first time Cindy has ever beaten Chandler,3 Shey. Mrs. Howard said the win for total of 106 points to tie them for fifth 1tt,: warned Secondary Coach Mike Hartley -
Griffith was a "great psychologicalboost with Lake Weir, well behind District s'.. in reference to Wilson. 473-4777
for her right before the Regionaland champion Buchholz with 37. Top six Cindy Griffith won the District Yellow Jacket quarterback Keith
State meets." team finishers In the district qualified cross country championship over a Daniels is effective at the trigger of Hwy 100 Between Starke & Keystone
BUS will travel to Tallahassee for the regional run. top-notch field In St. Augustine. the_option where he likes to keep the

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Heights Keystone Heights American Legion Carol Eckdahl, American Legion
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Dolphins Keep 1st Place; Raiders Winners ;In 6-9 FlagiFootball' : III r ,,

The first place Dolphin : "Dolphin5! '.t"oWboys'
by a combined total of 06 .
-10 yard run by Wendell Shanks
while the Raiders took
their point: no good &-0.
victory of the year In the. .28 yard run Shank; EP
I t Recreation Department 9-9 0. c;
A001 ball lead last week. :
-10 yard run Shanks, EP no good;
A: Wednesday, Nov. I: .
Dolphins 16-Steele*, -10 yard run Shanks, EP no good
D 13 yard run Wendell .
extra point no good; 64. .38 yard run Shank,EP no good;
D 30 yard pass from
Robert Pittman. EP no good; Slecler 14-Raider It !4
D 46 yard run by Shanks, .30 yard run Allen Gonzales extra
good; 18-0. no good; 64))
D 10 yard pass from 20 yard paM from Hal Wood to
,. Robbie McGee, EP no good; William EP no good; 6-6.
D--10 yard run by Pittman, 3 yard run Ron Brown, EP no
good; 304. ,. ,. ; 12-6 at halftime, _
D 20 yard run by Shanks 10 yard run Brown EP no good;
good; 36-0, ...,i,, Players from Mac's Music Shop and the Shark do
Raider e.Cowboys 6 -.20 run by Wood. EP no good; 18- battle in a Sunday afternoon Slarke Men's Flag Football
', League game won by Mae's.Kitchen" .
-10 yard run by Gonzales, EP no
hv Robert
R 35 yard run
; 24-12. First Mac' Second '
Hal Wood looks for open Held In a 6-1 year old Flag Football game. The extra point no good; H.i' ..
*a*ol Tuesday,November
youngest age group league play their grid garnet at Pratt Street Field every '
Monday and Wednesday MoodilY Nov. 61! 9-2; Cowboys 6-5; Steelera .With 1 Week togo in Men' Flag Foot ball '
; Haiders 29.
Kitchen's Tile stayed unbeaten Kitchen's Tile 44'Hampton 26
:! :..., while Mac' Music Shop,took over The unbeaten league leaders took a
I Chargers Close Gap in 10-12 Flag FootballThe second place with just one regular 25-0 lead on two Charlie Green to Bill
( season game to be played In the Hatliff TO passes a 25 yard scoringrun
Starke Men's Flag Football League. by Green and 40 yard interception

Chargers won twice to tighten to Hall; 2212. Monte Glisson EP no good; runback by Ratliff and wenton
the race between themselves and the C 40 yard run by Fender EP no P-45 yard run by Chaff, EP h al' ------ to blitz Hampton 44-26.
Bengals for first place In Starke's 10- good; 1822. Chaff; 1312.P .10 ;
12 Flag Football League. C One yard run Fender, EP no -Eight yard pass Chaff to Sunday, November S1: The winners added scores on passes
good; 2022.B Crosby EP no good; 19-12. Mac's 2s.Sbarkll4, from Green to Gene MelvIn and
Thursday. November 2: B- yard run by Francis two EP Mac' quarterback Chris Chandler, Dennis Crawford and on another short
Charger 34.Bengal 30 pass from Francis to Scott; 3026.C Tuesday, November 7: pitched TD passes to Phillip i Sawyer, run by Green in the second half.Ilampton's .
C 31 yard pass Richie Fender toKay Two yard run by Fender, two Mike Chandler, Anthony Dommon tally came via the air.
Allen extra point no good; 60. point EP pass Fender to Hose Bengali Packers 12 Fred Ilollis and Glen "Beaver" DeSueto Jackson t'revatt tossed scoring
C four yard run Fender. EP no Mclecio; 3430. O 10 yard run by John lead his team past the Sharks and strikes to Buddy Paterson William
Muse (two), Donnie Wheeler and
good; 12-O. Francis, EP no good; &-0. into second place. Larry "aterson.Siandings .
B-10 yard pass John David Francis P-10 yard pass from Andy The Sharks scored on a short run by
to Tommy Crosby, two point EP Packer I'-Gator* 12 Greg Halle, and a pass from Halle to :
pass Tommy Crosby, EP no good;
II) KT 7-0. 2)) Mac's 4-4. 3)
from Francis to Allen Hall; 812.B P 20 yard run by Andy Chaff EP B five yard pans from Anthony Hendrleth. 3-5.41) Sharks I-7. Hampton
20 yard pass from Francis to no good; 6.0. Tom Watson 2 point EP pass
Micole Scott EP no good; 1412. 0.15 yard pass from Woody J'ones Francis to Ricky Wells; 14-6. ,
B- Eight yard JI.Isslrom? Francis to to Brad Russell EP no good; 6-6. P five yard run by Chaff, Richie Fender Shows PP&K Stuff on TV I
Scott, two point EP pass from Francis G Nine yard puss from Jones to good 1214.
...... .. ..... ...... .... ...----.--.... Fender holds up the trophy he from the competition At halftime "This. is my biggest( thrill In sports"
able to attend. Everyone seemed to the great bunch of men we have by taking the televised Zone Richie' pass was Men national TV Fender admitted afterwards. "This In.
catch fish with bass schooling now all club. Pass and Kick competition for and though he was disappointed In his m\ chance to...... all these places
over the lake. Edwin Johns and his wife old at the Sunday, November showIng It was enough to beat an area (:Miami. HouHton. etc) and get all
At 7 p.m. all Bassmasters returnedto have landed about 60 bass during Dolphin-Dallas Cowboy champion from Naples, Florida and these things thej'te given( me."
the landing to call it a day after a last three trips to Orange Lake. "I thought I was going( to gel brat
long day's work. After all boats had both Edwin and Johnnie like advance him to the American Football here In Sturke."Fender laughed when
vw weighed their catches Charles Durkee and one of these days Ed Is also look home a lull Conference Championship In asked If he thought hi would go an fur
BRADFORDBASSMASTERS was declared the winner with Harold put a hurtin on us at Orange.We uniform a game ball a ball Houston. December IT, which will as. he has In the competition He brut
Branham placing second. Wayne are glad to announce by the Dolphin, a Include 14 winner from around the \\u\ne frlbhn by hall a foot at theSlarke
Mundorf landed t the largest bass for Harold Branham Is doing fine tee and a winner' banner country. local competition.ms .
the day. ear operation (P.5.-1 think he
The Bradford Bassmasters On behalf of the club I would like to his fishing tackle with him
returned to Orange Lake congratulate these three hardworking operation). Best of luck Harold.Don't
Oct. 7, for their October tournamentwith fishermen especially forget our next ; '
fishing beginning at 7 a.m. and Charles Durkee for bringing In the Tuesday Nov?, at Orange HUB I mi I
ending at 7 p,m. largest string of bass. Charles Is a will be held at the Outhouse
hard fisherman; as a matter of fact Shop.
The club had a good turnout for this
he fishes harder than he works but I Ban
tourney although I personally was not
can't blame him for that. lIe's one of Nell

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Bradford's coaching staff has been Wright Woods and Cruce shared out 257 yards on the ground and '
understandably busy formulating a the Defensive Front Player of the Bob Hancock was pleased usin instead
game plan and preparing players for Game Award. effort of his starting line of gas
Friday night's Bradford Field state Sexton said Reddish and Jenkins Marcus Cruce and Allen Scott
play-off both clash with St. Augustine should be back and near full strength Fred Woods and Jay Grlffis '
bOt the Tornado mentors had enough for the St. Augustine game while Chapman and tight end kE of
time this week to praise the squad for Wright and former defensive end Matthews" electricityto
Its :204 handling of Ocala regular Alton Moore are battling for a "We had the best effort we're
". was very happy with a stout starting nodSecondary. this season" Hancock said
win," said Head Coach David Nurse Coach Mike Hartley was "We turned out those two 75
"The defense did a heck of a job. Our equally pleased with the play of his drives and we were fairly m"'I. heat!
coaches had them prepared well. On defensive backs who held Vanguard to the restof the game. I think 7
offense we executed pretty well, we five completions on 14 pass attempts."We perience our young linemen
had to grind It out more than we havein did another good job" Hartley getting l starting to pay off
the past but we did it. They said of his starting crew of Dwayne switches we've made
(Vanguard) were a physical club and Cummings Donald Reddish, Dale (Chapman to center Cruce to
we played physical ball right along "Peabody" Rogers and Richard and Griffis into the starting
with them.' Milner." "We were in position just guard) have paid off for us." ta
"Anytime you get a shutout this late about all the time on our pass Griffis won the Lineman of
in the year things are going good" coverage. We've just 375 Game Award in just his second
said Defensive Coordinator Mike yards passing now in eight games and after coming off a shoulder
Sexton. "This was our best overall I am real pleased with that." Hancock also praised Cruce and
defensive effort in quite a few games. "We played the run pretty well too Scott as did Hurse. Cruce
"Mark Mosley and Jimmy Wright but they hurt us a couple of times on nearly every down of the game.
played good steady ball at their end the option play late In the game with "You know we were
positions (where Wright was their quarterback Riker keeping the every position along the line
his first start), and tackles Fred ball to the split end side" Hartley Vanguard played us better
Woods and Frank Swindell teamed cautioned. "We're working on that had see them play on films but
with noseguard Marcus Cruce because St. Augustine will do the the job" the interior coach
(subbing for Injured Kevin Reddish) same thing." cluded. "I'm just pleased." CENTRAL HEAT
to bottle up the middle of the line for Rogers who intercepted a pass and Hurse credited Marvin Tyson COMPLETELYINSTALLEDI!
1 us." Sexton said. "We also got good jarred a Knight tumble loose scooted for 195 yards for "doing nruunilehsanra j jHElE'S
performances from linebackers received the Secondary Player of the usual good running job" and WHAT YOU CCTi su11i0MI+_.. N
Danny Ilildebran: and Timmy Jones Game Award. "He was in position the Doug Reddish for a hard $< ,000ooo ITU CAS FURNACE
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lit meeting Wednesday afternoon of last
week at the Holiday Inn.
Hostesses were Mrs Lex Green r*.Sweetest Strawktrrltt This Sid of NeevenI
Sanders.Mrs. Walla Ltpsey and Mr. Curtis L 1

Mrs Guy Sale, pro ,
read excerpts on the beginning of the
UDC as the organisation celebrated
Its 84th birthday In July of this year. Bridge-Canasta Party Planned By Junior WomenThe I
She told of the accomplishmentsduring
Junior Women'Club of Starke resuscitation.
,rtr / x .a the Intervening years. pulmonary '
Mrs. Herbert Thomas provident, will be isponsoring a bridge and All members are reminded to bring
presided over a short business canasta luncheon on Saturday. Nov, their items. for the Thanksgivingneedy
meeting. ,. 18.between the hours of 10 a.m and 3 family basket or sea that your ,
Refreshments were served duringthe p.m. at the club house. items reach Judy Dukes no later than ;
social hour. ""v Please call any of the following Nov 18. I
I numbers for reservations- 964-8210.
004-6788 904-6323. or 964-6922 The ,
The LM. Gaines charge is $%.1\0\ per person. Mr. and Mrs. Neely McConnell Mr. J
The next meeting Is scheduled for and\Mrs George Domlnlannl and"J.D, .-
Entertain atRehearsal Monday. Nov 13. at 7'30 p.m. The Doyle attended the mid term Elks ,;
;i program Department Exalted Rulers convention in r
',,1 I'; Dinner provided Sarasota Thursday to Sunday :
; .. \ which will be on Cardio-
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r\ ;" Mr. and Mrs. L.M. Gaines en-
t.I>:, ,>' tertained at a dinner party Friday \'I"' ,7h ,
"' .: .>\. night, Nov. 3, at the Starke Golf and I .... I'
; I *11y ,. .1; .,'. ':, I j Country Club for their son David and : "
'" '. (-" ,. ,.. :" ,\ ':" 1 fiancee Kathy Teston. following the -" .
,/,' "f. ''f 'It ..' couple's wedding rehearsal. >'. -.'- t
/."'" The 34 guests which Included the
wedding party and Immediate ,Sherry Austin }
families were seated at four tables ,
4 that were centered with Jeffery Crawford
Mrs. Grratd Morris arrangements of roses.

Andrea Buck and Gerald Morris the Following Gaines horn dinner for they coffee all and went cake.to, ToWed Nov.1

'Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Austin of
You Can Own Your Own Home
Wed. Oct. 28 in Palatka Lawtey announce the approaching
.. Hospital AuxiliaryTo marriage oflhelydaughterSherry,
Miss Andrea Desiree Buck daughter mother. The gown featured a sweet Jeffery Crawford of to
of Mr. and Mrs. ion Mr. and Mrs. On A Large Wooded Lot.
Lyle Haywood
heart neckline and fitted bodice Have RummageSale ,"tPale Ray Crawford of Lawtey.
Buck of East Palatka. and Gerald
buttoned down the back with tiny : ;. The wedding will take
: place
Norman ,Morris son of Mr and Mrs. covered buttons. The bodice and skirt SaturdayBradford >,Nov 10, at 7-30: pm. at FrldaYi No Money Down
Norman Morris of East Palatka
were trimmed with appliqued motifs J,.r!Baptist Church with a reception
were united in marriage Saturday of chantilly lace and the close fitting i following in the church Fellowship Call 964.7700FLORlLAND
Oct. 28. at 7:30 p,m. in St. James sleeves formed Illy points over the County Hospital Auxiliary ,,
United Methodist Church In Palatka hands. The full skirt fell into a chapel will have a rummage sale Saturday. J;Hall.This will be a double wedding with
with Rev. Stacy: Selph performing the train. She wore a gold necklace a gift Nov. 11, starting at 9 a.m. at the ,,Sheila Kay Moaley and Steven REALTY
nuptials.The from the groom. Her Juliet cap corner of S. Walnut Street and E. Crawford also repeating their vows
bride {la the granddaughter of covered In satin with matching lace Madison Street. .AII friends and relatives are Invited 393 N. Temple Ave. Vemle P Odom, Broker Starke, Fie
Mrs. H.M. Richarde and the late H.
and seed pearls secured her candle- to attend.

Morgan Richarde of Starke. Ught brldalveil of illuslonedged in Mrs. Sinclair _____n ---- ---- -------
Phillip Simmons organist; Mrs. two rows of embroidered alencon Clyde
Herbert E.Bray,Jr.,soloist, and Rev. lace.A .
Selph presented a program of nuptial reception was held in the churchFellowshIp Hostess at Coffee 1 r Jit
music. Hall. Mrs. John, Gaines HIPPS ,
Sinclair entertained al
Mrs.Clyde a"coffee"
A large IS branch brass candle arch and Mrs. John Sproul greeted the Wednesday of last week
holding lighted 'white tapers with ,
guests at the door Standing in the
Mrs. N.K. Hurst
baskets of coral gladiolus and large honoring sister
receiving line were. the bride and
Ind. who house
was a
white and formedthe Indianapolis.
mums pompoms groom their parents and bridal atten .
focal point on the altar. In the guest.
dants. Miss Elise Johns, kept the
background was a seven branch bride's book. The coffee table was covered with a TllflRSDIViNGE
white cutwork cloth and centered withan '
candelabra and areca palms with The bride's table was covered witha and white
Boston at vantage points.A linen and lace cloth and centered arrangement of yellow 1
white kneeing bench was used and with a four tiered wedding cake decorated mums. .
Twenty-five guests attended between SLADE
bows marked the .
h family pews. with coral roses and white lily-
t Mr. Morris attended his son as best of-the-valley. The top layer was sepa- the hours of 3:30 and 5 p.m. s HERE '
man. Ushers were Charles Davis rated with white grecian columns STARTS
I.' brother-in-law of\ the groom Scott centered with net, lace. ribbon silk Joiner
i Buck, brother of, the bride. Robert butterflies, and pearl hearts. Five RoLynn GAS
;r' .Beaton and Tom Willis. branch white cherub candelabra with -
:'' Miss Amy Bolting served as maid of fern and white tapers flanked the James Adkins
?.\ honor. She wore a,floor length princess cake. Cutting the cake were Mrs.
style dress of,coral taffeta with Henry;Kitharde: and Mrs Bill Buck, To Wed Nov. 19 The Best
['' short puffed sleeves and scopped aunts, of the bride and Mrs. Randy to weather conditions the place
, neckline, ?!) empire waisL.was ac- ... ... .
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same color. She carried a colonial a silver punch bowl and silver trays changed from the Adkins homeon PriceOffered
- nosegay of silk anemonies in shades of held various finger food!! Griffis Loop to the Starke Gal and
peach, coral and rust accented with The groom's table held a chocolate Country Club on Sunday, Nov. 19, at 3
dried material and cOral ribbon. cake decorated In the same motif as "
Serving as bridesmaids were Mrs. the bride's cake.:At one end of the p.m.All friends and relatives are invitedto
I Cathy Freeman and Mrs. Carol Jean table was a silver coffee service nuts attend.
Davis sister of the groom. Junior and mints.
bridesmaids were ;Miss Cathy Assisting were Mrs. Charles Darby, LAS VEGAS NIGHT
Richarde and Miss 'Susan Buck, Mrs. Bentley Gibson. Mrs. Warren ATCOUNTRYCLUBThe "' Yet
cousins of the bride. They all wore Sherwood. Mrs. Bud Wiley, Mrs.
similar gowns and carried the same Ralph Tavel. Mrs. Jim Betting. Mrs.
bouquets as the maid of honor. All the Bob, Blake. Mrs. Teddy Singletary._ American Cancer Society Is .
attendants wore matching silk Mrs; Bill Kritzman Mrs..Herb Bray. putting on Las Vegas night at the On A New
\ flowers In their hair and wore gold Ill Mrs.Tom Bates and Mrs. Herbert Starke Golf and Country Club
necklaces, a gift from the bride. Bray, Jr. Mrs. Stacy Selph directedthe Saturday Bight. Nov. 18. starting at
' Christi Bates served as flower girl wedding. '7:30 p.m..for the benefit of the Cancer of
and was dressed the same as the Following a wedding trip to the Society. 1978
I junior bridesmaids and carried a North Georgia and North Carolina Sponsors are Mill Lillian Stump w z
brown wicker basket filled''WIth petals mountains the couple is residing at Mr. and Mrs. James Womack Mrs. = c c
and tied with coral ribbons. the Palatka Oaks Apartments.The W. II. Thomson and Mrs. R.M.. cap
Bobby Davis nephew of the groom bride Is a graduate of Palatka Itiherd. Chef
was ring bearer and carried a square South High School and Is employed by Magic JGE 1
candlelight satin pillow trimmed. with Ginn and Associates
lace and ribbon. Mr. Morris graduated from Palatka Mr. and Mrs. Mack Barron of
The bride given In marriage by her 'South High School and St.Johns River Orlando were weekend guests of Mrs. .
father wore a candlelight peau de Community College. He is employed James Barron. \
.sole gown that has been worn( by her ''with the Palatka Daily News Gas Range I

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I'' Barbara Redding, Richard Rising Engagement ToldMr. ) Cora Marshbum '

'.."u... d.................. ....... ." Celebrated + HAMPTON AREA NEWS .
and Mrs. Arthur Redding an- 87th I

nounce the engagement and ap{ Birthday Nov. 3
proaching marriage of their by Dolores Menf

daughter, Barbara Joy to Richard Mrs. Cora P.........J115eete..u.
Eugene Rising, Jr., son of Mr and Marshburn of
Mrs. R.E. Rising. Sr.. all of Lawtey, Keystone Heights was ..
Miss Redding is a 1978 graduate of II honored on her 87 birthday Happy Anniversary to Mr. and Mrs. K aton'j btr *idMl: on October
Bradford High school and Is presently November 3 with an open Wilfrid Fontaine! They celebratedtheir :J9. Billy Jordun was seven
employed at the Florida State Prison. house In Keystone followed 44th Saturday. Nov. 4, at the years old on Nov. 6. The 7th graders.
Mr. Rising U a urn graduate of ': by a Saturday family home of William Lahn. Mrs. Evelyn sang Happy Birthday to S lan.
N.B. Forest High School of 11 reunion in open Vaughan was there also, bringing Roberts who celebrated her 12th
Jacksonville and ls employed at the Hosting the house In along a lovely decorated cake which birthday on Nov. .
Florida State Prison.A Keystone for Mrs. Mar she baked.

February wedding is planned. bbkeA shburn was her daughter, The delicious dinner was accompanied Convalescing Robbin Wadsworth is
Vera Peeler. friend by music Then Josephine recovering at home after
and Bill were presented with an Genera
a tonsllectomy at Alachua
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Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Goldwire shburn's Saturday Mrs. Mar- engraved anniversary pravlng hands Hospital on Nov. 7
returned Saturday after two weeks sister Mona This was later blessed by
visit with their son and family. Mr. Canova hosted a surprise Father Patrick Foley, making It even llamptoa Lake News
and Mrs. Mike Goldwire In Fort family get-together for her 1 1Ca..le more special.
Lauderdale. with around 38 members of Happy Birthday to Evelyn!: Vaughanon Timmy McCall has come from South
the Alderman family at- November'II! She began Carolina to live with his father'Cordell

Edgar Jaynes of Fairmont. W.V., tending. ., RUdkkJohnle celebrating at the Fontaine's an- McCall. He U an 8th grader ai
was Sunday and Monday guest of Mr. Guests Included out of Cooper niversary dinner the evening previous Bradford Middle School.
and Mrs. Fred Bennett Sr. Mr. and state Tamil, members, Mrs.Marshburn's 'to the actual date. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Meng. lUna, and
Mrs. Harry Bennett of Jacksonvillewere Barbara Redding brother and his Among others who celebrated Michael from St. Pete spent a few

also Sunday guests. wife. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Cassie Riddick, recent birthdays were Misty Koehler days with their relatives and friendsIn
Alderman of Baltimore Md. on October 28. Garnet Studer and the area.
and their sons, Dr. George Johnle CooperEngagement Travis Kldd. also on October 28. Polly Mr. and Mrs. Francis Meng attended
Alderman and Bruce Woods was 7 on October :3t. Jessie the Marriage Encounter _
( EtLLL.LIC Alderman. Weekend at the Holiday Inn near ..
Also Mrs. Marshburn's Told Jacksonville International Airport. *
daughter and her husband Bobcats are on the prowl! Tommy
( ( (!m 1J ELLfLW Mr.and Mrs. Frankie Miller Announcement Is made of the P.r O IsAbO Meng saw three bobcats near his

of Houston Texas. engagement of Cassie Lynn Riddick. Stirke home on Tuesday. .*
Others attending Included daughter of Joseph Fletcher and

family members and friends Bonnie Ruth to Johnle Steven Cooper, Mr. and Mrs. JS. Copeland of SCHOOL NEWS r
from all over the state. son of Bobby Lewis and Sarah Barrett. Jacksonville: are guests this
., Florida Bankat A June 1979 wedding is planned. Mr. and Mrs. Neely week New Students **
Miss Riddick is a JS79 graduate of
McCorsiells also had as Sunday Among new students welcomed at 4
Deanna Tomlinson Bradford High School and plans to visitors Mr. and Mrs. George the school during the past week are=
Starke attend Santa Fe Community College.Mr. Copeland of Jacksonville.Mrs. Toni! Caldwell formerly from St. }
Celebrates 10th Cooper is a 1978 graduate of Alban's West Virginia a fourth v-

J.t(.iion at Clark Sts.t 904/964-7050 Bradford High School and Is presently W.M. Meng and children of SL grader; Doug Cockerham. In the third -
Member FDIC 1978 Florida National Birthday Nov. employed at Union Correctional In- Petersburg spent the weekend with grade and his sister. Sharon
Bank ol Florida Inc stitute. r.
her parents. E.L. Matthews and Cockerham. a kindergartener .;
Deanna Tomlinson whose birthdaywas family and Mr.and Mrs.Paul Meng In
Hampton while Mr. Meng was hun Volunteers *"
Nov. 2. was given a surprise
Is slumber party on Friday, Nov. 3, by BIRTHS Students and teachers are grateful -,
AwayA ting.Mr.
Giving her parents. Mr. and Mrs.Road.Winfred and Mrs. C.M. Patrick of West to volunteers who regularly help at _
Tomlinson of Brownlee the school! '-*
Those helping Deanna to celebratewere Dr. and Mrs. Richard Florida spent Thursday to Sunday Mrs. Mabel Sanders comes weekly ,
: Kellie Baldwin, Amy Jo Carter, Odom of Starke proudly with her mother Mrs.Gladys Weldon encouraging students to read and
New Suzuki DS80 Terri Fender Tricia Lawson and announce the arrival of a assists them In comprehension. Her "
Mrs. Mrs. J.R. '
George Miller
Reddish. boy Matthew Richard born
Stacey pupils are always glad to see her and ,.
The youngsters enjoyed a cook-out, October 31 at 4:36: a.m. In St Wainwright.. Mrs. Charles Darby and appreciate her kindness. .
games were played and prizes Vincents Hoslptal in Mrs. O.U: Haynes, Jr.Island visited St. Mrs. msis often seen at

6:00: P.M. Dec. 22, 1978 awarded during the evening Jacksonville. Simons Island last Island. Jekyll to and Sea the school helping in the classroom. .
He Joins a sister four year Tuesday Friday. arranging parties and assisting In ?

Jennifer old Leigh Ann.Maternal AZI Rick Frick for various ways. *
Forsyth reported duty .
Mrs. Jolene Frlese is another faithful :
You do not have to be present to win. Winner must be 12 years grandparentsare Nov. 1 at Pensacola Naval Air Base as volunteer. She helps with the
Celebrates 6th Mr. and Mrs. Harold analyst for the Blue Angels: 'r
physical education in the
DeRyke of Apopka and program
of age or older. A winner that Is 12 years of age but under classroom field trips and where ever ;
Jennifer Forsyth celebrated her paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.: Bill Glover of Floral
18 years of age, must have the approval of Parent or Guardian. sixth birthday on Thursday, Nov. 2 ata Mr. and Mrs. J. I D. Odom, City were weekend guests of Mr. and there Mrs.is Michelle a need. Parker also =7'I-
party given by her mother Ms. also of Apopka.Mr. Mrs. John Myers and attended the helps I
with the P.E. in the class-
The winner must live within 25 miles Shelia Forsyth and her aunt, Mrs. Florida-Auburn game room and other program areas. :-f
Johnnie Johns and family.
from the bank. Jennifer and her guests enjoyed and Mrs. Robert D. Crawford Local admittances to Bradford Mrs. Diane Davis. Mrs. JoAnne r
Home and Mrs.
cake and Koolaid and played several announce the birth of a daughter County Hospital this week Include: Carolyn Slater all as-
sist with classroom
NA games during the evening.On Nicole Yvonne born Nov. 4, In James Harris Brenda Becker duties and are a _
The Bike Was Purchased From Sunday Jennifer also enjoyed a Alachua General Hospital. The baby Gwendolyn Thornton. Antoinette big help in various,activities. zl.f.SCIIMKM'
trip to the zoo. Joins a brother, Michael. Maternal Utley. Coevester DeSue. Mary
grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Tucker Macil McLeod. Dorothy :
Davis of Starke. Paternal grand- Terry Zilphia Muse. Erma Knight. Nov lilt:
SUZUKI OF STARKE Mrs. Olin White and Mrs. H.H. parents are Mr. and Mrs. G.I. Francis Hefferon Irene Brooks, Judy ...MONDAY-:\ Hamburger on bun.
Adams attended the Florida Conference Crawford of Theressa.Mr. McLeod, Charles Stephens and French fries lettuce tomato pickle
301 South of United Methodist Women Charles Burdick from Starke; Hazel fruit cup. cookie, milk.
Saturday and Sunday in Lakeland.Dr. Hall from Lake Butler; Lula Bell and ..TUESDAYMeat sauce with
Starke. Fla. and Mrs. Michael Hilliard of John Thornton from Lawtey; and spaghetti, tossed salad green beans I
A.Y. Covlngton was In North Starke announce the birth of a. Anna Coury from Lake Geneva. apple* crisp. French bread. milk. ....
a.'" ,.flo> Niaaeh*amh."-.Pionddlnir . Florida Regional Hospital last daughter. aelll Danette born Oct.-",,, .'<'1'." H"' .1 "-" .WFn'\- >YSD.4v ..*.I.If ctNCaen I
Naval i
Wednesday to Friday for observationand Medical 18. In Jacksonville Regional Mrs. Sanford Bitch of Gainesvillewill brown rice, sweet: peas, orange juice,

..-a.--==o..__. _. &--. _ treatment Center. be weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs.J. cherry cobbler, roll. milk.TllfRSl .
-- ------ Paternal grandparents are Mr. and W. Ritch. ),\Hamburger gravy
Mrs. Manuel Hilliard of Jacksonville.
mashed buttered
potatoes carrots
Maternal grandparents are Mrs. Mr.and Mrs. J. C.Vining of Palatka lemon pie. biscuit milk.
SUZUKI OF STARKE t Lenorah Craig of Starke and Emmett and Mrs. L.D. Vining of Starke spent FRIDAY Vegatable-beef soup.

: USED : Craig of Glen SL Mary. Great. Saturday in Stockton, Ga. visiting Mr. cheese toast garden salad pear half
grandparents are Mrs. Susie Hilliard
and Mrs. J.W. Timmerman and Mrs. chocolate cake. milk.
HWY 301 S STARKE of Starke. Mrs. Donnie Rose Mrs. Charles Wiggins.
: BIKES Anna Craig and Mr. and Mrs.

964-6020 Lawrice Wilkes, all of Jacksonville. Miss Lillian Stump and Mrs. W.H. Mr.and Mrs. Joe Oliver of Hampton
) Great-great grandparents Mrs.
Thomson attended a training
Edna Lake had as their house guests for
Dearstine and Mrs. Estelle M.
crusade for the American
meeting several days recently Mr. Oliver'ssister
Wilkes. both of Jacksonville.Mr. .
75 TS 75 Suzuki Rebuilt 395 Cancer weekend.Mrs. Society. In Orlando over the Mrs. Margaret O. Crews, and
sister-in-law. Mrs. Ruth Oliver. The

75 RV125 Suzuki 395 and Mrs. Ronald Wood of guests were enroute to their Ft.
.W.G. Godwin of Chagrin Falls Lauderdale
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75 DT100 Yamaha 395 Matthew Ronald born Oct. 5. in for .
Alachua General Hospital. Maternal Bertha Pearce 10 days.Mr. While here they attended the Jolly

Mr. and Mrs. Otis 60's Club at the Friendship Bible
75 CB125S Honda Rebuilt 395 grandparents Brewer of Lawtey.are Paternal grandparents and Mrs. Hugh Hutson. Sr., of Church In Keystone Heights with theOliver'l.
Orlando are visiting Mr. and Mrs. .
75 RM125 Suzuki Rebuilt 395 I I Wood of are Lawtey.Mr. and Mrs. Russell Hutson. Jr., from Tuesday to Friday. Mr. and!Mrs. JoeOliver's grandson.

Joe Gehron. and his fiancee. Cheryl
74 TM125 Suzuki 250 I a !Airs. L.A. Canova had as weekend Cowen. were here to help his grandparents
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I guests Mr. and Mrs. G.C. Aldermanand celebrate their 51st
76 TS185 Suzuki 475 Theresaa announce the adoption of ason son. Dr. Geotge Alderman and Anniversary on October 22. Both Wedding
I Robert Andrew, born Oct. 28. He Bruce Alderman from Baltimore.Md. from Ft. Lauderdale and attend are
77 TS185 Suzuki 640 I has a sister Jamie. Grandparents are ..Mrs.James Otto of Seminole and in Tallahassee.
Rebuilt They plan a
Mr.and Mrs. Tiny Lovell of Theressaand Mr.andMrs. Frank Miller of Houston. .
Rev and Mrs. Norman L. Redding Texas. summer wedding.Hampton
72 CB350 Honda Rebuilt 495 + of Starke.

Shirley Johnson celebrated l her lath
74 CB360 Honda Rebuilt '&40 birthday Monday. Oct.13 at a party at Elementary School
Mr. and Mrs. George Hamilton of the Pizza Hut with her family and a Prize winners at the October 21st
SuzukilMechanicsspecia')5295---.r'l'' Kingsley Lake announce the birth of a few friends. PTA Halloween Carnival were Pre
73 GT380 ( ) daughter. Erin Kimberly born Nov. I School David Roberts Crystal

in Shands Teaching Hospital. Strawberry Swingers attending the Cogging and Nancy Gayle Wray;
73 GT550 SuZUki (Rebuih-cuatom goof) $995 + Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Northeast Florida Square Dance Kindergarten and 1st grade' Sharon

\ Richard Sotze and Mr. and Mrs. S.W. Association roundup Friday or O'Quim. Wendy King and Aimee
76 CB550 Honda 995 ,. Hamilton of Starke. Great grandparents Saturday night at the Civic Hodges. 2nd and 3rd grades Travis
d are Mr. and Mrs. S.M. Millerof Auditorium were: Carol and Larry Ford. Sandy Friese and Jeannie
75 XS650 Yamaha 1195 CREEK HOUSE1I Starke and Mr. and Mrs. E. Worth Bruner Sandra and Jim Duncan. Hodge. 4th and 5th grades- Brian
Jackson of Winder, Ga. Mary Agnes and Bob Ferguson Betty Barton Tommy Croll and Eddie
75 GT250 Suzuki Rebuilt *520 and Jack Flynn. Becky and Gareth Uoyd. 6th and 7th grades and late

Jones. Ruth and Charles Johns. May entrants Brian and Bucky Kidd.,
75 T500 Suzuki 720 and Harry Hatcher Dena and Jerry Angela Thomas and Kim Smith.
Mr.and Mrs Billy Dean Thompsonof Petrella. Barbara and Melvin Raffle ticket sellers were Jeannie
Gainesville announce the birth of a Prevail. Dewitt Padgett. Ada and Hodge who won a large stuffed rabbit
: daughter Laura Beth born Oct. 31. Drew Reddish Janine and Ronnie with a baby: Robby Powers won the
GO CARTS Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Bill Sellers. Sharon and Morris Williams\ Cat In the Hat animal. Gator Pillows'
iC" JJtoGo; Any Motor Cycle Or Thompson of Ocala and Mr. and Mrs. Ann and Wayne Whiffen. were awarded to Tommy Parker,'

Holdsrt Until Christmas Fred Deep of Gainesville. Great', ,Becky: Young and Shian Roberta
grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Leo Jeanne Loper: Judy Clark and Bill Paul Friese won the $100 shopping
Champion! of Starke. Vogeny attended the science spree at WlnnDixie. The $23 Bond was
teachers' workshop sponsored by the won by William Ryles of Gainesville.
68 Cadillac Custom Velvet ..... _-
Interior 149f : Florida Cooperative Extention Service SS Savings Accounts were won by
DUTCH BARN BLDG. Marine Advisory program. William Parrish of Maxvllle. Harold
71 Monte Carlo 60,000 Miles AT-air 895 4. 1/o--X-. recently.Mrs. E. Crawford of Hampton and C.A.
Preisler of
Hampton Lake.
72 Duster slant 6 auto air '766 Come see .$ for Drew Barry of Birmingham .Luella Trammell of Cleveland. In the name of the PTA Carnival,
Southern College, who was home for Term has moved to Starke and Is Chairman Jolene Friese. thanks the'
72 Camino auto air 8 cyl B9fi roar Utility Biitdiu weekend, had as guest Miss Pam living at 7IS N. Walnut Street. the following for their donations and,
Kerns of Gainesville. former home of Mrs. L.J. Green. cooperation In making the Carnival
73 Mustang Mach I 8 cyl auto $85D successful enough to net a profit of
B. H. Slallworth of
Mr. and Mrs.
over '1400' Eckerd's
75 Mrs. L.H. Gibson visited hers'\ Monroeville. Ala., were, weekend
Granada $215fi Archer-Tanner Funeral
& Home Col.
jrs* brother and sister-in-law Mr. ,
and guests of Mr. and Mrs.T.H. Slade and Ben Campen. Florida Bank '
I Mrs. Maurice Peterson and niece, at'
attended the game.
Mrs. Ann Undgren in Silver Springs. SUrke. Triest Construction Co.,
Md. Octa: to Nov. 1. Royce Joyner. Vernon Parmenter.
Mr. and Mrs. Mac Baldwin spent Rick Eszell, and Josephine\ Fontaine.
the weekend with their daughter and Parents and teachers and
arrivals who
New in Starke
are Mr.and
FIIflaflciflg )In. James B. Cooper who have family. Mr. and Mrs. James Mon- donated items or assistance are also
moved to SR-100S and Mr. and Mrs. tuoro and daughters In Tampa.Mrs. to be commended, and their help is

Available A1 1PartaMe Jack Yonovich who are living on .Walter Frick. president of the greatly appreciated!

Forsyth Road. Both Mr. Cooper and Hospital Auxiliary and Mrs. Neely
Mr. Yonovich are employed by McConnell attended the Florida State LITTLE
Continental Telephone Co. Hospital Auxiliary Association KNOWN FACTS

ft meeting in Orlando Sunday to Wed, Young babies have COOdre.iat.ace
t Mr.and Mrs. A.J.
\\ d fien rat rs for Eaves Col.attended agoingaway nesday of last week. Tony Rose to most | rm*.
Richard Hospital Administrator, attended the During a family cold epidem
'Basford Sunday in Jacksonville.afternoon at Synder Florida association Hospital meeting ic, the baby Is apt to haw the

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People having a good Christian time. LAWTEY
10 a.m. OF GOD: Sunday School Sherri Wright. Leonette Dyal Susie Mrs. Lucille T. Ivey and Miss and Judy and his father Mr. Frank
6 Worship Services 11 a.m and Muse,and Brian Bowman entertainedthe Arthurlne Blanchard visited her Herndon went after her Friday af
p.m.YPE Prayer} Meeting Wednesday 7 Youth with games and a haunted BY tUP!: l"Ttrry dater Miss Enza Blanchard at Baker ternoon and returned home on Sun
pm.EVERGREEN Friday at 7 p.m. house.Rel'reshmenuweru e served and P781.3300 County Nursing Home of MacClennyof day.

School BAPTIST Sunday a good time was had by all. Personals: M ft. Tuesday afternoon.Mr. Mrs. Pierce Crews, visited herBrotherIn
10 am. Worship Service 11 HIGHLAND BAPTIST: Sunday and !Mrs. Uoyd Dyal. of and !Mrs. John Walton of -law and sister Mr. and
a.m. 7 Lnion: 6 p.m. .A'SPECIAL Brookw.. visited their brother and MacClenny. visited Mr and Mrs. Mrs. Waldo of
Prayer Meeting School 9 4) a.m. Worship Services II THANKS to Mr. IstttWn law Pringle. Worthington
Wednesday 7 p.m. Charles Mr and Mrs Leo Dyal) Harold Eunice on Tuesday afternoon.
*,\ITII a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer Meeting Principal of Lawtey and Leonrtte' Springs on Wednesday
\\PXEat8am BAPTIST:Radio Program on Wednesday at 7 30 p.m. Elementary School and Mrs. Alma Mr. and on Sunday afternoon. We are happy to loam that Mrs. Friends of David Stephens, son of
.10 Sunday. Bible School Laura Baptist: Sunday School 10 Norman. Secretary for school: News Jacksonville Mrs. Casey Dobbs of James Waters came through surgery Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Stephens regretto
a.m Worship Services 11 a.m. and a.m. Worthip Services 11 am. and every Friday; Mr. Bob Ferguson and their spend every day with Wednesday at North Florida Regional learn that he Is a In
8'30 p.m. Praryer !Meeting Wed- parents Mr. and !Mrs. Aril Gainesville and is Im Hospital
7 30 p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday :Mr. John !Miller Publishers of Hospital Bradford County Ourp'a'ers
nesday at 6-30 pm. at 7'30 p.m.MOI1G.tNROAD. Telegraph, for their letter and token Dobbs. We are happy to learn the Mr. every day. She is in Room 316 are with him.
FIRST BAPTIST: Sunday School BAPTIST: Sunday Appreciation. Mrs. Judy Mlscally bile Dobbs Is Improving every day. incase her friends want to send her a
9'45 !Mrs Harold
a m. Worship Service Eunice visited her
it a.m. School 10 a.m. Worship Services 11 for carrying news to Starke, and last card.
and 7-30 p.m. Training Union 6:30 dau&hter.Irs.! Ronnie Mosley and Mrs. Laura Manning of Birmingham. .
and Union but not least
a m. 7 p.m. Training 6 p.m. every news customer for Grandaughter Lawtey School News
p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday at Prayer Meeting on Wednesday at their news each time. Tammy.of Maxville on Ala.. Is spending sometime
7-30 p.m.GRCE. 730 pm.NORTIISIDE. :Mr and Mrs. Floyd !Martin of South Wednesday While there they visited with her brother-in-law and
UNITED METHODIST: BAPTIST: Sunday Caytona Beach spent the weekend Mrs. Eunice's!: sisters Mrs. Pansy sister. Mr and Mrs. Harry Wllkerson. Football tickets for the Bradford
Sunday School 9:45: am. Worship with their Mother, Mrs. Hester Knight and Mrs. Unnie Harris of Col. and Mrs. Wm. Wilson entertained
School 10 am. Worship Services 11a I Hicks Maxville. High St. Augustine game will be on
Services it a.m. and 7-30 p.m. and 7 and brother-Ilrlaw and sister. Mr. and Harold Eunice took his approximately 100 guests of
Meeting at 7pm
m. p.m. Prayer wife to Maxville. sale In the school office Friday, from
Methodist Youth Fellowship at 6-30 and their daughter Civilian Relations
: Mrs Glen Shuford and family. the Military 7-45 to 300. Students 150. Adults
Wednesday night. Choir practice on SMYRNA :MISSIONARY BAP- Mrs. Lucllle'T. Ivey spent a week Mrs.Mr Mosley Henry brought her home. Counsel from the Brevard Cocoa $2.:SO. ALL TICKETS AT THE GATE I
night at 7' 15 p.m. The TISTiSunday School 10 a.m. Worship with her daughter Mrs. Wyolene Day tended Hodges and sons at. Beach Melbourne and Titusville WILL BE 12.90.:
Church has a nursery for pre-schooi Services 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. UTS V43 and grandson Keith of Jacksonville speedway races Area. They had cocktails and dinner
children during worship services p.m. prayer Meeting on Wednesday Friends of Mrs Leonard Norman, In Jacksonville on Saturday night. Friday night and they stayed In the Stan Wilkinson from Delmar !I
The :Methodist Youth Fellowship at 7 p.m. regret to learn that she Is patient In Mrs. Louise Jones of Jacksonville, local motels. All of them attended the Studios was on campus Tuesday t
Halloween Party at the church was a St Vincent. Hospital Jacksonville.Our spent Sunday afternoon with her Auburn-F'lorida Game in Gainesvilleon taking candid shots for the book
huge Success with Uncle and Aunt, Mr and Mrs. Arlie of the year
over 40 Young prayers are with her. Dobbs. Saturday. Some guests were: the school Is planning to sell In the
Gen. Jones who flew with
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Bombing Raid. Col. Jack Price who Is Ms. Cynthia Sherman Ross has
: ; Base Commander at Patrick Air staff SLD Teacher.
Itf'til Joined our as a We
Force Base Col. John Finlay, who would like to welcome her to our
was a POW for 8 years. Vence school.
Speganno who Is the Editor of the
... ... Cocoa "TODAY" Newspaper Wally
Mrs. Tatum'sThlrd Grade went on
Dobson, President of the Barnett
; a field trip to Jacksonville. Wed. Aftera
Bank. of Titusville. and Bevard informative lour of the General
; M6 .IlL CJC: .& County Judge Roger Dykes. and Hal Mall very Center, they ate lunch at
1 Boyle Administrator of the Wuesthoff Friendship Park. Following lunch

Memorial Hospital. Rockledge. Fla. they went on a visit of the Children's
Mr. and Mrs. Hermle Kelly visited Museum. The class would like to
'f' FABRIC SHOPS their Sister In-ilw, Mrs. Thelma Kelly thank Mrs. Robert Loznicka. Mrs.

In Gainesville on Sunday afternoon. Charles Price, Mrs. Denny Thompson.
Mrs. Fred Moore was a Sunday Mrs. James Wood and Mrs.
dinner guest of her Son-in-Iaw and Marvin Wright for accompanyingthem.
daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Casey .
__ and son Lee.
Mrs. Jacqueline Lines and Mrs. Hamilton's fourth grade class
.4N daughter of Sumter. S.C. spent won the Halloween Class Banner, for
Wednesday to Monday with her collecting the most for the
parents Col. and Mrs. Wm Wilson. Carnival.The class received $25 and
Mai. Russell Lines came Sunday so he
each student received 5 tickets each.
could take them back on Monday.
dkyir Mrs. Wendie! Smyth and her daughter' Doors have been Installed in the

) all kinds of Elizabeth spent Sunday with them. bathrooms. These doors are wood
Mr. and Mrs. Danny Thompson and
but insures privacy until the permanent -
sons Kevin and Brian, of Jacksonville, ones arrive.Mrs. .
were Sunday evening supper guests of

their Mother, Mrs. Fred Moore. Hamilton's fourth grade class

a daughters Mrs. Florence, and a Futch Grandaughter Culbreth ,two of the won month the McDonald's for best behavior Certificate in the for

fi fabric for all Orlando visited her cousins Mr. and lunchroom. Each received a
Mrs H.C. Kelly, on Thursday.A person
certificate for a free regular meal atMcDonald'
BIG THANK YOU to all who
.. They also received a
participated in the 1st Annual Bike-A-
smiling Sundae Saucer. It was our
Thon for Cystic Fibrosis Prizes
donated by T G and Y McDonalds were pleasure for Mrs. Betty Allen from
McDonald's to Mrs. Hamilton
Eckerds. Marvin Rosier Uncle JohnsSandwich and her class with present the certificates and
kinds of needs 1 Shop, Carradines Leather
t! Shop, Kentucky Fried Chicken saucers.
Handy-Way, Dairy Freeze. Proofs for picture retakes have
Stuckeys and Homes. Nancy Shuford
been sent home. Please return theseto
and TimmySmith were the two who the school by Friday November
collected most Other
to receive
10th. In order a picture
winners were: Jeffry McClellan, package; they must be paid-in-rull.
Enoch Starling. Sheri Norman, Cary Make checks payable to LAWTEY

I { : ltllllIIn"'mlllll" / >'. the and Mize Kenna Jimmy generosity Russ Wllkerson and Mlscally Susie of. Bradford Jerome Muse.Terry Through Addison County and ELEMENTARY LUNCH Nov. 13 -MENU 17MONDAY SCHOOL.

Citizens, $760 has been collected: to
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'.f .1 .., > date.
:\IMIt,. t I.. I I ,r .Ir I .,V',,,.." tjla 1 meet 1 fl" I .1 Those winning turkeys at the : Vegetable beef soup.

'h911'It. 'TTOO( '%JI Polyester! ,,4 ... ''''- ...- t'"J.iwte.Dhde.Turkey Shoot on Youth Saturday.Association were: Carl*-'orange saltines TUESDAY,,cheesetoast.fruit: cup Chicken.w-banana..1Id;naJJlI:with> ."p.wrtu rice' !. 'i B j-....., ,... ,....,.

Norman. Hoyt Notes Andy Norman,
cranberry sauce green lima beans
6010/ f Randy McGovern. Darlene Norman, peaches, biscuits, peanut butter,
., Don Brown, Barry Watts, Steve milk.
l' Starling, Russ Miscally, Jr.. Danny WEDNESDAY' Beefaronl. field
> Waters, Jim Ponceir George Seeley, cornbread butter
Broadcloth peas, applesauce, ,
Jack Southerland. Marvin
LaMjUDIGKnit : Wright, milk.
Ben McCully G.W. Ponceir, George THURSDAY' Turkey with dressing

Seeley, Jack Southerland Marvin and giblet gravy, cranberry sauce,
f Wright. Ben McCully, G.W, Cruce, beans
mashed potatoes, green potato
;j and Virgil Manning. pie, hot rolls butter, milk.FRlDAYHamburger .
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee visited
: on bun
44-45" wide. 65% Kodel their parents Mr. and Mrs. G.L. mustard, ketchup lettuce, tomato,
polyester. 35% combed Paterson, of Dowling Park on Sunday fries milk.
J/IVt pickle, french pears,
:::. cotton. machine wash 1 1 7 afternoon.Mrs. .
tumble Pierce Crews Mrs. W. F.
warm, dry.

Reg. 1.37 Thornton, Mrs. Iva McKinney, and
Mrs. Alpha Parrish visited Mrs. D.L.
Shaw in Alachua General The Dixie Youth A..oclatlon'sregular
58-60" wide. Versatile for your war Hospital,
meeting will be held Thursday
drobe needs! Machine wash warm and Gainesville Miss Darlene on Sunday.Bennett of Lake night Nov. 9. at 7:30 p.m.,at the
tumble dry. Choose from the latest
Lawtey Elementary School.
Butler, spent Wednesday night with
fashion colors. her mother, Mrs. Joyce Bennett. Everyone will want to attend the

Mrs. Joyce Bennett,Mrs. Marycllle meeting because the drawing for the
live will take place that night
Bennett and daughter : pig
Our the weekend with Mrs. Elsie Bennett The turkey winners at the turkey ,
.JZ and her mother Mrs. Lastlnger. of shoot held Nov. 4 are listed elsewhere I
Low $1 57 : o POLYESTER Daytona Beach. In this column. Congratulations
oeya Mrs. Hulon Herndon spent two "sharp-shooters! All donations of
Price.i Yd. weeks with her mother Mrs. Bonnie labor participation and concessionsare
Kirk of Rockwood, Tenn., who was always deeply appreciated.
recovering from a serious operationin Everyone should be aware that the
DOUBLE KNIT Rockwood Memorial Hospital Mr. Lawtey Dixie Youth Assn.. consists of

Hulon Herndon and daughters, Donna the Small Fry Softball teams: Dixie
Minor hardball team Little League
teams. Lawtey Blue and Lawtey Gold
Pony League Sonlcs and the Flag

Football teams, ages S, 9, 10, and 10,
1 To 5 Yd.Pieces ." e II. 12 year olds.
lic All parents of the children taht are
f e members of any of these teams are
Invited to participate In the activities
of the LDYA. The association governs
and plans for the future of these youth

Polyester Solid <. A groups.As parents, we know you wishto
take part and help form the

KEN TEAL guidelines and activities of your own
Suede Cloth youth.This.
1- association is young, but has
achieved many tasks. If everyone
58-60" wide, 100% participates, ,we can achieve even
Avetex Polyester. TOUGII CARPET I better tasks for our community'sfuture
machine wash warm, Eyelet Did you realize that an' !
delicate promptly.cycle dry-remove 2 9 7 o Embroidered office persons building entering with 2,000 and

.\, Yd exiting dally through the

Reg. 3.98 Batiste same foyer generates CRAIG MORRIS PROMOTEDTO
1000.000 foot traffics
yearly on that particular.
,,; 44-45" wide; 65% Kodel section floor. That's a lot Craig D..Morris, son of Mr. and
Polyester 35% cotton of wear and tear on the Mrs. David R. Morris of 108 Bethel

'Machine wash warm, floor.It Ave., Keystone Height Fla., has
It tumble dry. 9 takes) tough carpetingto been appointed to noncommissionedofficer
,. withstand that much -'NCOJ status li the U.S. Air
Reg. 3.49 a Yd.o abuse. This Is the reason Force. '
that carpeta are designed The newly selected' sergeant
In various weights to meet completed required training in
different standards. A management, leadership, human
carpet for your home certainly relations and NCO responsibilities,

', te ..... .." ...... ... ... doesn't need to be before being considered for this newSergeant'
TGay' "DV."TIS.D MISCNANDISS PDLICY-TGay' p 11.y. I. always d.rtisd In ...u... .U.'II ,In .r .'0. In fii"
the went the .d".d _r..d''_ ,a nN ....11...'.d_..u......_. "_"",TGa will .....'d..its/a c.......upon..........in..d..."...... the same as one In an office. rank.
......"...d'.. may. b. ....,."...d al .". pr/se wMn It ...._ ..."...., .. y.. may .._."... alma euaIla, m.rch.ndls. at. simn.r yIS4'pl. building. Morris Is a Jet engine
...dII.... r w. will be happy I.refund. lIo..r mans,1 II ,I."...n.t ..11.". with Twe ......"... It is.......11." ., Toa .... 1.1 yns an r'7Y',> n We have all styles and mechanic at Homestead AFB. Fla.
happy. w" II'U' .....c".... 0 It I. TGaV's ...11., .a ... ...,.!" ._ .IItI"'I in the .......... ".'101.. a.,. P..... may vary. ......... by ....,..... bstOh. weights of carpet. Come In He Ls I a 1974 graduate of Astronaut
n1C ...,.. will always .bees .d..II..d. : today. Tell us where the High School, TitusvUle, Fla. Rft
wxw best is at Y! carpet will be used and we ,

will aid you In making the
-" ., proper selection.:
? "' "
I Jr1i' ll.f ', : 301 S. Starve( Fla. Teal.TII.5- : "
(;Jrfi1fi" 1-lJ JE1( :$ Some people believe that

L.JWWLJ&f: LJWL.I: : CI Ad Good November 9 Thru November 12. 1978 Carpet: honeysuckle will cure an ob-

964-7423 Stark Flu Mttion with the paI1.CUCRCH .

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Dream Girl Pageant Has 10 Entries So Far ChurchTen

_r --Deaths-u.o."...._.....".... """- .... contestant have entered and Divisions Tiny Dream Little Boy Miss ages News
: : Girl U
more are invited to enter the Dream W;Tiny Dream ;
Girl Beauty Pageant to be held Dec.2. Dream Girl ages 7-10; Junior Miss
':. Claude"Dutch"Milton Mrs. Lee .Is survived by two sons, Shands Teaching Hospital In In Starke. Dream Girl ages IMS and MIlS METHODIST
StanleyMr. Herman Lee and R.L.Lee,Jr., both of Gainesville following a sudden attack Girls from age 3-21 art being sought Dream Girl ages 1621. YOUTH ACTIVITIES
Starke; four daughters. Mrs. Dorothy Born In Suwannee County, Fla., on from among area residents. There is All the youth from the three older
Claude "Dutch" Milton Lizcnbeo. Mrs. Doris Stewart, Mrs. March 3, 1802 Mr. Dempsey moved no geographical restriction; girls youth group will meet at the Churchat
Stanley, 69, of Rt. 1, Box 553 Starke Lorlne Sanders, and Mrs. Irene here from Jacksonville in 1961. Mr. from anywhere may enter. Girls from New contestants this week are 7:30: a.m. Saturday, Nov. 11, for a
passed away Friday afternoon Brooks, all of Starke. Dempsey was retired conductor for Union and Clay counties are Invited to Deborah Ann Cross, age 8, sponsored trip to CIrcus World.
November 3. after a brief illness. Funeral services are scheduled for Seaboard Airline Railway (retired enter, says pageant coordinator by Gerald Brown Insurance; Shannon Everyone attending should bring
The son of the late Nathaniel and today, Nov. 9. at 2 p.m. In the Bethel In 1960); a member of the Order of Debra Jordan. Deadline to enter the Smith, age 4, sponsored by Smith's drinks and sandwiches for two meala.
Jeannette Carmlcheal of New Brighton Baptist Church,with Rev. E.J. Babbs Railway Conductor Union Member Dec. 2 pageant 'is November IS. Body Shop; Susan Denise Crawford, The church van should return to the
Pennsylvania, Stanley had officiating Burial will follow In of Soloman's Lodge No. 20, F. It A. A. age 7, sponsored by Badcock Fur parking lot In Starke around" 9 p.m.
moved to Parkersburg West Virginiaat Kingsley Lake Cemetery under the in Jacksonville member of the niture and Appliance Store MaUna Saturday.
an early age where he attended direction of Archer-Tanner Funeral Scottish Rite & Shrine Club. Gaye Jejetta, sponsored by A The following youth and adults
school and became employed by the Home of Starke. member of the Keystone Heights Cut Above; M. Lee, 7, sponsored attended surprise\ birthday party for

West Virginia Transportation Horace Elmo McGee Jr Community Church. @t$ ::::< ):::: ':Cf:::::::::::>'::::.:::\:.:-:. by the Florida Bank at Starke, Youth Director Don Denim last
Company. In 1961 moved to Jacksonville Survivors Include his wife, Lola + 'v and Cathy Schoening, 18, sponsor to at the Denton home.
Horace Elmo McGee, Jr., 24, m Bell Dempsey one Edward be named. Robert
as an employee of the Greyhound ; son A. Cord Of Thanks Mark. Christen Allison and
Bus Lines until his retirement to Waldo died Tuesday.' Nov. 1, in Dempsey, Jr. of JacksonvWe; and ..... .1 Mr. and Mrs. Sabo; Andrea Wlnn,
Starke In 1976. ShandH Teaching Hospital Gaines four grandchildren. _n MI-. : Contestants who entered last week John and Stacl Denmark Jay Eaves
Stanley Is survived by his wife Mrs. ville after an extended illness. Funeral services were held Wednesday are Tony Denise Martin, age 3, Doug Reddish Greg Thornton, any
Helen June Stanley Starke, one Born in Gainesville Mr. McGee ,Nov. 8 In the DeWitt C. Jones sponsored by Diane' Beauty Shop; Bret Smith. Rev. Denton thoroughly
daughter Mrs.June M. Miles.Starke, lived most of his life in Bradford and Funderal Home Chapel with Rev. CARD OF THANKS Tammie Jean Starling age 3, sponsored enjoyed a happy 38th.
two sons' Allen Stanley Charleston, Alachua Counties lie was a graduate Thomas P. Ponton officiating. Interment by National Protein InC.I Some thought It was cold in Ocala
South Carolina and Ray Milton Stanley of Bradford High School and attended will be in Riverside Park. The family of Jerome Griff Is wishesto Chasttdy Dawn Starling, age 4, last Friday evening as the Tornadoestook
San Antonio Texas and sister Santa Fe Community College for Jacksonville. extend their thanks and appreciation sponsored by Noegcl's Auto Sales; on the Knights. However, the
Mrs.Opal Sargent,of Bickmore. West three years. He was a member of the for the many calls, cards, James Brian Mote, age 9, sponsored Methodist Youth group kept warm
Virginia.Funeral. First Baptist Church of Waldo. visits and especially the prayers. by Holiday Inn of Starke. cheering on the hot Tornadoes in their
services were conducted at2pm. Survivors Include his parents, Mr. Sing Set SaturdayAt Please continue to pray Mother win over the Knights.

Tuesday at the chapel of the and Mrs.Ovle Norman of Waldo; four Mildred Grlffis. Brothers Doyce Winners in each division will The snack supper for sH three youth
Enree McDonald Mrs. Highland BaptistA Grifflce Matthew Griffis and
Franklin Funeral Home In Parkers- sistersMrs.: receive a crown,a trophy and flowers groups last Sunday evening was pre--
burg. West Virginia with burial in Mildred Gaiutine Mrs. JoNell Whitehead while and second rumnenepa pared by Mrs. Verna Schmidt.. Mrs.
Memorial with all of Waldo and Mrs. Connie Jean Johns and Mrs. Michael
Arlington Cemetery gospel sing Is set this Saturday will be awarded trophies on Virginia
of Hawthorne a brother.
DuKger :
Archer-Tanner Funeral Home In night, Nov. 18, at Highland Baptist the basis of beauty, poise and per- West Following the supper Pat
Bernie McGee Keystone Heights.
charge of arrangements.Mrs. Church at 7 CARD OF THANKS! sonality. Mundorf held the, devotions for the
Funeral services are set this after p.m.
noon (Thursday. Nov. 9) at 3 p.m. in The Week s Family will be the We wish to thank the nursing staff of older youth group and all three groups
worked for the Thanks-
.lluldah P. Lee the First Baptist\ Church of Waldo featured singers. Bradford County Hospital and Dr. Persons interested In on a program
entering giving Sunday service.
invited."It .
Mrs Huldah P. Lee. 81, of Starke with Rev Ken Jones officiating. The public Kiert Sundusadee for their many children in the pageant should contact
died Monday night, Nov. 6, in the Burial will follow in Hope Cemetery for hours their of care and to our many friends Debra Jordan, Rt. 1 I. Box 388 Lawtey, Don Denton
Bradford County Hospital after an under direction of Archer-Tanner many acts of kindness shown Fla.
to the or phone 782-3220, home, or 964- Youth Director
during extended
extended illness.A Funeral Home of Starke. illness and
5163 work or Margaret Ann Bennett
lifelong resident of Bradford l I. always with the best loss of our husband, father, and ,
phone 964-4256 after 5
County Mrs. Lee was the widow of the MR.EDO.A. DEMPSEY.86 intentions that the worst brother. p.m. i .'
late Kev. Richard L, Lee, Sr., and a Mr. Edd. 'A. Dempsey 86, of work Is done." Oscar Wilde The Family of Art Freeman Rhoden

member of the Bethel Baptist Church. Keystone Heights died Sundnv .r .h.

Senior CitizensMy


E wife Peggy and I were honored titled"200 Years at Sea" with the U.S.
I guests at the Sea World Senior Coast Guard and MerchantMarne.
Breakfast, held at Sea World, Miller presented was enthusiastically
Orlando, Tuesday Oct. 31. received was followed by a lively
c Guest speaker, Honorable Richard question and discussion period.A .
"Dick" Stone made a valuable door prize will be given at'our
A t. contribution by his talk on the next meeting. So put on your best bib
l essential needs of the elderly and the and tucker. Come along we'd love to
B fight against inflation. meet you. We're not as old as you
Many of the silver-haired think we are.
: legislators were awarded plaques for Sick member Grace Monaco has
DC their unstinted service to the elderly returned from the hospital and Is
throughout the state. The legislators recuperating at home. Get well.

_. B B ; ', convened in the Capitol in Tallahassee Grace we need you around.
from July 9-14, 1978 and passed 19 Harry Rosenshine will be crowned
bills and two resolutions in only one "King Senior Citizen of Bradford
week dealing not only in senior citizen County". ,
FRESH GREEN CALIFORNIA RED '1'5\ legislation but also for the,good and We received a beautiful nostalgic
FLORIDATANGERINES ,, welfare of the people in Florida in letter from former club member, Ms.
Byfl CUKES OR FRESHy 'general.We Yola Vestal who new resides in
EMPEROR enjoyed a sumptuous pot-luck Jacksonville and is unable to attendour
BELLrPEPPERS luncheon at which we entertained a meetings. Thank you, Yola, keep
GRAPES 5ftC large number of our peers from St. in touch.
I FOR uix os Edwards Catholic Church. We regret Had a nice card from Alex MOrton
/ that Rev. Father Foley was unable to who is now in New Jersey and enjoying

I ALL PURPOSE CRISP attend because of other pressing meals-on-wheels. He sends
t church duties. best regards to all.
-RED WESTERN e YELLOW CELLO WRAPPED 2J BAa Our Nov. 14 meeting will feature a A long distance call from Joe Stein
DELICIOUS r slide and talk show given by P.O. Ron recently of Keystone Heights'was
Miller, recruiting officer for the U.S. received. Joe Is now living with his ,
.APPLES,5199 ONIONS 49cvCARK 39 Navy ,in'Starke and Gainesville, en- son and his wife at 201 Greenwood I

_.. Drive Longbeach Miss,.39560. Joe Is i
HI ; '" ," I n, iow 91 years,and,,,m>wconfined: to a 'y
FLOIIDA wheelchair. His spirit is marvelous.
oconou mo POUND ypOp CRISP FRESH We do love to hear from him. Keep a I

SWEETPOTATOES A 6MI1 FRESH GREEN going. Joe. Drop Joe a line or two!
19 Happy birthdays in October were
Myra Lefebre. Barbara Johns, Lewis
Call & Walnut
: Smith. Happy Wedding anniversariesto !
Starke 964-5451 Walter and Peggy Richardson
E LARGE49c 1'15C ............................... and Bill and May Cosgrove 49 wonderful 18.
p AI
: Fri. Sat. Sun. years.
ALL PURPOSE e / Next meeting will be November 14

at 1 p.m., Pratt Street flee Center.
The greateat -Joe Kerrigan

q THICK SLICED FRESH stuntmanalive

DOZE Girl Scout News
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BAG .99L a.reeA59c by Janet Klmutis
Cookies are coming! Orders for Girl
oStAeMa, Scout cookies will be taken starting
November 16.
All girls in Junior, Cadette and
Senior troops! will be taking orders
FRESH FLORIDA SLICED ASSORTED until December 3. Cookies will, be
PORK P .- 1-__--'-"'---' -0 delivered in early February.
YELLOW There are seven variaties this year

$138 ......, .... ................ including; Cheddarette Crackers.
CHOPS Chocolate & Vanilla Cremes

CORN 4- 91 301 DRIVE-IN Savannahs. Mints Scot-Teas.
3 TO S IB PKO., LB10EARf .. Chocolate Chip and the new Country
? 4 ,_... Oats and Nut Crisps. The girls work
PCNr9u9 JOSEPH hard to sell cookies and they appreciate
IOO' THORN APPLE I your support.
BRAND BOTTOMS I Cookie sales would not be possible
without a lot of hard work by
SMOKED LB PKG.L ts everyone. A great big thanks to all
cookie chairmen who have offered
? PANTRY PRIDE SAUSAGE ]) their time so that the sale' will be
:T J 167
HYGRADE REGULAR OR EEEF possible. Senior troop 669 will be
assisted by Mrs. Eunice
BALL PARK Johns, Junior
CHUCK e :H i. troop 605 will have Miss Irene
FRANKSMEAT e a Wainwright working with them
oil FIEF STEAK SINGLES 1 Junior troop 446 will have Mrs. Elaine
4 Wood. Junior troop 691 will have Mrs.
it. 5139 $139 12oa99C -"_-"-. "' ) Olivia Scott and Junior troop 614 will
PKO. qn E I be assisted by Mrs. Harriett Holt-
i4.r BONELESS BEEF Ar."JiPGI. zendorf.
Senior troop 669 had a great time

PICK.0.TN[ CHICK ROUND Monday night. Dr. and Mrs. Harry
Gruen taught them some of the latest
SMOKED FRYER 3TO STEAK oPLBS steps in disco dancing. Instructors,
POUND students and guests all agree that
ISBN $ 89 Cadette troop 520 held a mock

69C TMK1HS, o: ':, 31\ e B 1 .. '....................-'...... election on Election Day. They are
a SWSASTS 'GIA'88c on My Government Badge
WITH KIS CHADSECONOMY a Sun..Mon.DYANN and learning to understand our
system of Government better. They
ECONOMY are also working on Good Grooming
.TMOKNC..eILSA''CHE'crIGR.ESS and Physical Fitness.
FRUIT CAKE FRUITCAKE ; The next Neighborhood Meeting for
I i i4do leaders will be on November 14 in the

& I 39 ...*!M was pure aniiMlPLUS Methodist Church !In the upstairs -
PANTRY z"I 3 u $|89 room. This will be a registration
CAN meeting. Please come prepared to
PRIDEPULLMAN / turn In your registration as it is due
HEAT A SERVE ENGLISHDINNER Nov. 15. The Songs and Games day I
BOHEMIAN will be rescheduled for sometime in
or SOURDOUGH December. I
BREAD HEARTH The Neighborhood Caroling at the
MUFFINS Nursing Home has been changed to
SLICED BREAD December 14 at 330. All troops are
ssoRTEOvSafles' 1 invited to attend.A .
24oz 31/$1 69c PACK 3/$1- 6 3'$1 great big thanks to all who helped
LOAF 'o OF 12 PACK, McDonald's on Halloween. Many
residents of Starke had a good Urn
.thanks to; Cindy Winkler Maria
I Thomas, Karen Klmutis of troop 605,
i Juice Wise and Michelle Klmutis of
J troop 520.Joyce Wainwright Irene
Rated R Wainwright and Catherine Schoeninf
of troop 669 and Rick Klmutis.I" .-. .


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< Living in a Community Environment, Helps VOA Women:Nov.*,1173 TELEGRAPHlive Page3B

,,t bor August tome new neigh primary reason for community placement wome '* days but, unlike moat in a relative open atmosphere
IB. and they're Retting of retarded citizens Is written students, the pupil, In these classes' "The a center contains
more and more involved with the Into the constitutional bill of rights for enjoy lea ring all that they can. Ann three areas, and two of them are
Community day by day. retarded! citizen, which state that Cunningham conduct instructional reasonably restrictive Once a
and Ten women between the age of 18 the "retarded citizen has the right to period for the women during the day resident reaches: phase three though
t 40 started calling a beautilul, 10- the least restrictive mom normalizing teaching the enthusiastic group he or she doe hi* own cooking in
h t room house on S-301 home in mid- and
environment. domestic .kllla. community living apartment-like living can atay
August, and It's the kind of en- Since moving to Starke, the ladles skills self-care basic academic out late at a movie or something like
vlronment that the women are have shown that they are more than skills,and arts and craft. In addition, this."
'I learning to love. deserving of their given right. Each of many of the women are Involved with The VOA program in Starke I I.
j I Theteheoruseaof America (d by the the women receive: a $25 to WO classes of basic instruction at the Vo- accomplishing positive result* with
VGA), a monthly Incidental allowance from Tee School. these valuable citizens: but they till
national .
-I, has non-profit organization that state and federal funds and each of Dorla and Rosetta attend Bernice need .*. Alderman ask that
been providing a vast number of 'P-,k the has Pamela and qualified Interested in
women set up a savings account Balcmun's night class. any person
:, 80 social service In our country for lw k at the Community State Bank. Mary are enrolled in Anna Clayton' working with the women should
i' Roosevelt year President from Theodore .fit Every Thursday I laundry day for class at the Middle School, and Kathy contact her at the house Also, any
to Gerald Ford have offered the women and at least one day a Michelle Marsha, Donna and Kitty donations of recreation equipment
Invaluable support and appreciation for the week they all get together for a meal attend Yvonne tong's special kitchen utensils,or furniture would be
work contributed by the at a restaurant In town Each woman education class. Mrs. Alderman greatly appreciated.
;, VOA, which recently moved their has check The VOA UKIS their
a list of chores around the expressed appreciation to Vo-Tec objective with
; central offices from Jacksonville to house that she Is responsible for every Exceptional Children Education Coordinator retarded citizens as striving to "help
New York. day and the house stays spotless a* a Carl Clark. each client develop the maximum of
; The VOA serve numerous under- result. Mrs. Alderman and her staff' are his Individual capability. If the

privileged or needy faction of Taking time oat to watch a little Hotly wood Squares are VOA Home resident* The house stay clean through the also working with the state employment progress of Starke' new neighbor
American society, and the 10 women efforts of the thus far is Indication
Mlchell Click. Marsha Parker. Director Sharon Alderman Donna women but its not all service to try and locate any these!
making thler home in Starke are Program work and no play. On Oct. I, the group housekeeping jobs for some of the women are well on their way to
: Toothman and Rosetta Dunmore.
member of one of the groups that the person In the lives of the women I II went to the Shriner') Circus In Jack. women. realizing their capabilities
organization has done so much for Sharon Alderman program Ann Cunningham, activities coordinator sonville and future plans call for a The women come from varied backgrounds .
< They are mentally Married In director of the Starke VOA group, for the group. Ms. Cunningham Halloween Dance at Sunshine Acres all of which involve a
varying degrees, but the experience lives with her husband and 3+b year works with Mr. AldermanIn and a trip to the Florida State transfer from a larger more restrictive
I i. of living In a community environment old daughter In the house, which Is organizing field trips, dances, and Museum on the University of Florida environment. Seven of the women
I{. I I. helping them learn responsibility next door to the Jo-Lu Motel. The 10 parties as well as setting up campus.. transferred from Sun Land In Gainesville
and an Increased awareness of their women share five other spacious day projects: like doing the dry or About a month after moving in the two moved to Starke from a
i own capabilities clean bedroom. Another important eating out _. women got together with the clients of foster home in llomoitaiua" Springs, irrComplete
Also. p f ng out al the "Iiiruov.a ar e Sunshine Acres for their first dance. and ,one transferred from a foster
LI ;' Log- weekend house parent Wanda Sapp Mrs. Alderman said "There were home in Tallahassee ; Selection
and cook supervisor Mary Laher). only five girl out of the 2!> there at The future seems bright for the of Paper Party
'4 .., The workers who give a lot of time Sunshine, so our girls gave them a women, with each day's events offering Goods al .
AMENDMENT OF THE SIONERS. and receive little or no compensation little dancing break." / proof to the women themselvesthat /
TARGET AREA 1 LAND USE PLAN BY: Gilbert S. Brown are a very special group but the spotlight The girls go with the they can lead productive lives.
,4 REHABILITATION An ORDINANCE Clerk Itpd 119.PUBLIC belongs to the women them- money they've and althoughmost "As they become more and more independent
I,'*.. CITY OF amending the Comprehensive selves. Stark new neighbor are of the Items bought are clothes some of the girls may go to
4''" STARKE,FLORIDA Land Use Plan Doris Howard Marsha Parker some of the girls have special items even smaller facilities, with even less'
i STREETS, DRAINAGE, Element and Map by NOTICE Rosetta Dur.r.iore, Michelle Click, they're saving for. Marsha Is one of restrictive environments," Mrs..
J A AND SEWER Bradford County, Florida, Kitty Powell. Donna Toothman. Mary those that Is saving for that special Alderman explained The Office hop,
"| IMPROVEMENTSINVITATION accordance with the BEFORE THE FLORIDA Witt, Pamela Luker, Janet Rose and something; in her case, a record Mrs. Alderman added that a W.
PUBLIC SERVICE Kathy Kliwert. player program In Jacksonville offers the
local Government
TO Comprehensive PlanningAct COMMISSION. According/ to Mrs. Alderman, the Schoolwork takes) up part of the mentally retarded citizen a chance to
In re: Continuing' surveillance
BIDDERS of 197S as provided
review of the
for in Chapter 163 of the
Notice Is earrings of Continental
hereby given Florida Statutes.
that the City of Starke TO: All Citizens, Taxpayers Telephone Company of
Florida,will receive sealed and other Interested the South Florida. ..
bids In the City Council Person DOCKET NO.780818TPGI d

( )
Chambers City Hall, You and each of You are I Ia
Starke Florida 32091
hereby and herewith
until 8 00 P.M. o'clock ISSUED: 10-19-78
: on given notice) in accor
the 7th day of December, dance with Florida Statutes .
1978,for the Construction that the Board of The following Commissioners -
of the Streets, Drainage County Commissioner of participated In i Ids
the disposition ofhIa
arid Sewer Improve- Bradford County Florida
ments. Then, alt bids will ,have designated the matter:
be publicly opened, read Bradford County Zoning PAULA F. HAWKINS
aloud and recorded. Board
and Planning to
The above construction conduct a public hearingat
will be located In the a regular meeting held ,
Northeast area of the City at 7.30: pm.. In the
of Starke, Florida, .County Commission ORDER INITIATING
.This project consists of meeting room, Bradford AND SCHEDULING a
the i Installations of appro.xknately County Courthouse,
3860 L.F. of flinch Starke, Florida, on INFORMAL CONFERENCE sea tale ace,. tar m ar eel tact r M
vitrified clay sewer Tuesday Nov. 28. 1978. TOWELS
pipe and appurtenancesand tR.I'1.I
and make a recommendation
the construction of the Board of
780818 TP
approximately 6,000 feet County Commissioners B JOHANN iii
of new paving with and the Board will consider -
related drainage and on Monday Decent .Notice Is given an Informal / APPLE

appurtenances The City, ber 4, 1978 at the same proceeding will be FlNE CHINA f1 l
reserves the right to. said place et 10:00: a.man held in the above docketat JUICE 9
..'award a' ,Contract. or to Ordinance relating to:, the following time and Sugar BowlV / '
readverttoe, whichevermay The rezoning of the place for the purpose of H eoveR V ,

be In Its best Interest. following described property reviewing the level of I GOOD FOR $1.OO Off S6>EIB / 64ozCONTAD1NA .99C .,.
.This la be earnings of Continental
project to and amending the DISCOUNT PRICK WITH THIS /
'm.. ,,financed 11,totally> by e 'CompreheneJv'u.ndlJ.- Telephone..Company of \\m COUPON. OOOO NOV, THRU MOW .PUNCH e
: .r.. .. _. .
E -
,tt oJ .""I '0rant"om'Mha*i-fleh to ppjsvlde that tM: "'IS eMFlWid..nd" to i IS, 197S. -COUPON PKMTITtl' 11 'If"
Department Housing'' and currently zoned OR and n6Mide'7' If such level .. .. ,..
Urban Development/ and designated by the plan as exceed. the zone of
'shall be referred to as Rural Residential be reasonableness established ?, PRETTYDETERGENT
HUD project B-78-DN-12- rezoned to BR3.1.1, end by the Commission 15oz CAN
0117.. designated Commercial. to ascertain the I
Plans, Specifications, the property of William H. revenue effect associated BOX
and other Contract Documents Hall described as follows: therewith, and to deter- TOMATO '
are on file and maybe 1 Acre as described in mine whether consent to 3/1 y
examined at the officeof Deed Book 55 page 469 of a voluntary refund may be r SAUCE
the City Clerk, Starke, the public records of obtained from the LENDERS
Florida and at the office Bradford County Locatedat Company, and if not,
of Bessent, Hammack Er the Intersection of whether a show cause ,I
Ruckman, Inc., Consulting State road 100 and and/or general Investigation BAGELS
and Design Engineers County Road 18. proceeding should r
2000 Corporate Square You are further'' given be Initiated FOAMY 32oz BTL. r I
Boulevard/ Jacksonville, NOTICE that a copy of 10:00: am, Friday,
Florida, 32216. Plans and said proposed ORDINANCE December 8, 1978
Specifications may be la available for Conference Hearing LIQUID'
purchased from Besaent, your inspection at the Room 101 East Gaines IETERGENT.NABISCO 6oz 49 c
Hammack & Ruckman, office of the Director of Street, Tallahassee, \ RBEMItM FROZEN
Inc., for the sum of Zoning and Planning Florida.
$30.00 per set, non- Bradford County Courthouse By Order of Chairman
refundable Starke, Florida. ,PAULA F. HAWKINS, SALTINES
CITY COUNCIL OF THE Each and every person Commissioner WILLIAM
CITY OF .STARKE, having any interest whatever T. MAYO and Commissioner Eff' S DEN )7>
FLORIDA in the enactment of ROBERT T. B**' [* ,
By: Merrill Edwards, City this proposed ORDINANCE MANN,, as and constituting MORTON 2LB
Clerk. should appear the Florida Public TOOTHPASTE FROZEN
11/9 4tchg 11/30. and be heard at the time Service Commission, this
and place prescribed. 19th day of October 1978. FRIED
NOTICE OF AP. BOARD/ OF BRADFORD William B. DeMilly e.soz t

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11 =:: ; ; \1111CHINA \ w. 'Fenced" ..... *.. CETA TITLE Vi' MOBILE HOMES, Why pa|' SIGN PAINTING Ecu.. LADIES CLOTHING !IoI
I .,pot. abed.,* Ave pen.tr..i POSITIONS! C.a.tnuU.i .*,.? Bay. "I,... lrnfactory. .......> Mrvlce. So. Rodj .t Largo quantity. *f large .-" PHONE ...7776

.. ,. .utility ', fin Supervisor. mHit fcav. *oatnctloo Largo .....tIoo ., V> sIde Flea. Market. FrMaHat. > lie.. .lncl.... b>g paCt> Milu.dr I TEMPLE '
'2M/.o.' 70SN
CETA POSITION) T.....' BY SYRACUSE! sad able. bat** an*. 6100 damagdpll. oaporvloorjr .*. ......ISwMo. *. 8TARK! .. Hun.. Monday TFpckg. *****. coata, *.*..*..., and. O3 tfARKE, FLORIDA

Aid .....11I.. lmmdla.tely. SllkM.tte. da.lfjai. Sweetheart Ph. ... 431-111. ..,..._ Tomporary polltloa. .. HOME CENTER. VB 301Nortk. oboe. *. Phea 533-232 anytime -
Salary. rang 8513 t* ,.It.,.. Odd. pnw. ** .. sites 5 p.m. li/B TF/.... salary. S4KJIO ..... Open. 1 .... ....,.I 1*I. ( HAiL' :\'II. firimaterial : : llpd U/ want to thank the food people el Bradford

ISM ... .........1.. opoa lull set *p t* 4 p*. pla. ** -- ...t....,. |121| Coa.trMctloi Snaday.. P.*.. t.4 .1.1. I>>>. k >*relf anMve. -----.- -------- w. confidence of both buyers and
....,...... Mal boa Caiea ..nl.... Call *r writ* ---BEDROOM'------bout--. f., A.iteuat. two needed. ..111b. tl.bg.BT5cli'HOMiTwitB'i'id. INaullalHM: avallabh. WOODED ACRE LOTs County for the te serve you.
.... ..... ONE ..... Free eatimatea. lldla. sellers.. In giving us the opportunity
Coualy ,..101... aad 8..01 I. 124ad.Av..Orsag.Park Park. .50 r.apoe.ible far : partially ......... well, eepll.
Title II ellglblUly .ri..,... Vii. reaL Il25/mlb.. .0Ia. phi.208 8. .......cU.. work. ... reams,1 bath. with 13 acre F.... C... 9648559. "lilt! leak, light pole lime rock. We have been In the real estate business about five

Appllratloaa are available. al. 32073. Call cUt, 264-7769. *lla.Si t ,uS .. ltdllII. .. portoac. doilrod. bat aol, ot I.... Carpet. CiliA TF/.h.. driveway.. II II mil. Sooth. years and have never had a dull day Thank you

the. Ualan c...., Ca.rt. 10-26 4rhg. II.... Water. p. a.o.iarri Salary 292.00 Pkan" 782-3577. 3/1S tf/chf. PATIO CmRH .. Stark. P.... 9646698.Itpd for coming Cur way. We hope te serve you foryears
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h....., Room 200. ... 131| | Secretary. 11/9. to come.
------------- moat meet TItle VI ollg). LUXURY HOME of I 8179 ..10..*..... Limit.
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( ROOM RENTAL 1.2 Pdvatfur.iahed BR Ml.. blllty r.qulr.m.nu. .limb. ....,...., a .1/1 baths. auppi. : 4620 UATOIALlMINlM. N.t13th YARD SALEs 11 8 It.T..p. Preferred PropertiesFOR
W A ream ...rel l Florid 2 HrepUceatr.m.adou. .
NTDApgr..uI SUing seer room,
... Farm .. ",.. ,,' .. .. ; .. electric kitchen.. W/!) 01. tartel typing salary S270.16 ...i!. atorag barn. Si.. Ualneatllle, Phoa.. ... St.. Htark*. .
/Saturday/Sunday. Rd. 40
.laad.ciped. croacr 3724767. 1ft tfcbg.MATERI.Kh Friday : DEVELOPMENT on, Bessent
Dp.r.iore..sId.r.d.. Men ., 860 PER HL'NDREI nicely rctlradlightly monthly.. Apply at FliES large pool plu 32 acre. C....... end ....., ...... condition
In superb
Share trailer
women lo handle major line. .LARANTEEDt: atulllni, oirit*. S..,... Clo.lng Pet.Novemb. Beautiful ........plo.. Cai Itpd liB.AZALEAS. acres- coiy home plus
..t. loqulnat : : OOKM
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of Ihou.aad of product already atampeiand .' IS. Itchg 11/9. be reated.C.etury 21. .. 155.000.RRICK.
......01 dally' .by Farmer. ,. envelapea .. LlmH Ba.UrdTa Meat Shop' ItLawt L. Rh.a. 904372 ARE:: lleatt. multi-pi), ----- ------- HOME WITH ACREAGE We have many
....01'.. No .
119. klamh. olrel. Homo d. 82.75 ar 5 for
... Ittllg POSITIOSSt Allspplic.aoln 3336. 11/10. M mot -
Rancher ..01 H.. ... Ruth. iolf.addreii. CETA lt/23tcbg calls for this type listing4BR2BCH4VASacresadlolnlng
-, -' following ,p.. till In bo.. Nuggest.prir.VI 812.50. Park I. front or ,..,.
Lucrative opportunity --- for tho ---- -- be purchased.
put stamped envelop to JOBS ". I' m sell ( sit: Look. tee .1.... SR 100 midway acreage can
TWO ROOM rURNISHElapartoiaat ... loa .coaomlcaUydliadviotag.d. MCE FRAME HOME with or
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time fremeadoua time Rl. 3. Bo. *5. Suite 37. Daivllle job CLUB ESTATE Buy this attractive
........ Stark and. COUNTRY
7:1.211.1:1.: :
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with. balk. I B,.
..'.1.... :Na Inventoryrequired W ,Va. 2S0U. 11/2 lip.. un.mplayod 3 largo kllckea. luHycarpeted. Instead ef building Convenient
.. .. drop aklp.Minimal utilities fHraUMd. ..01 T' 13 out of tb. .last 20 ......, CII/A. el her' HUM) 4lchg II 9 Kusto..ItclL/9... ..!.. .. ... __ nearly new home .4.tOO. Owner
I'adirwoMl. M...1. 3 I II .. ...M..t brick 3 BR-2-CM&A, many extras
returaable Inveet- ...1.''' p.I. phii .1' move the' bu eI IIREV.I)4)lP: W ill rul' am SEVERAL ITEMS .*. act

menu Call I AIM) ).3 5.6400 .. Nortk cl Suit *a Ut moot the '.qul'....... lorrach year ... or oa* el ..,.. haul In Ung: body pick-ut" .I Acetylene ....... (augea. IIDEArVdcATION RD. .

Auk. lor Operator 33 ., ClassifiedAds 301 Phaa. D044349. It.h. Job. Ph... 964-7824 weekday 815: for full trurb.. Phone 4rlNM24. two Bale of ..... w.ldlnglorchea ., 1223 E. BESSENT .
write, Rural America I I 19. LEAPTEACHER i Must b* after S p.... anytime week. HIM StrhK 114. aid. burning tor...... Careful maintenance preserved quality of

Supply. P.O. B.. 8304< Get ----...- -. -- .. able I* p..a nod conduct ...... 11/2 2tchg. 11/9. IS It. upright .,..... 25" this home which features a large den and a large

.r....... Kan.ai 66608. Itpd. !SMALL FL'RMHHEH mooting), work with day .. ------ -- -- NNAPPf.lt: fORN. SlIM' prton. .*...1. TV. Inquire" 3rd. bedroom. 4BR-2B-CH4A-I / 2 acre 31,300.

11/2 ResultsINSIIANCE APARTMENT on. car* ....ultoo'" malataladay TWO BEDROOM. larg.living Malnwrlght Form... trader tram Margaa Road. CHARMING HOME 717 W. CALL Tr.nqullllvina

b.d'..... Pboaa 904.M JO. car* rMorda. "tc.IE room, porch 3 acre.. Ph..,. 964 7N33. 11/2 Cllhooly'a Trailer Park SR Interior decorator did an excellent |lob with

VITA: POSITIONS Itpd 11/9. A I HER: Mu.t bo able I* frame bom. 819.000. SR 325 TFchgHOl)4 16. Itchg 11/9. and plus' a completely new "eatln"

AVAILABLE: 111 Loan pro- .., ,,-, .. ". .. .. .. - work. with child.* In ....- South. ol Phoaa -.--.- --- -- carpets drapes
c..or.Salary, Sill.31: ....1. ; :MCI: CLEAN THREE: room, maintain classroom, 4682637. 11/9 HOBBIT- ... only HIRRYI Tea and tweatvacr. IlItcllon. LODGE Thaf right
....Ihl". III Con.trurlion :. i i1 ROOMS and bath .....I.h.d attond parcel group m..t. Itchg 2f1l! mil. "'."0 Garcia. Mk.chU622 ,, ...I..t.t.,.., high and 53,000: RUSTIC HUNTING I -
baths acre
2 on
Kup.rvl.or. Halary.. ''4i6.50 apartn.ota. I at and 2ndHoar. lag. ...11.ASST rod and. reel Phon dry tre... W.n't $3.0001: Cypress lodge with

..m-.aIbIyt |121| C.aitru.ii. .- Llghl. furaUkvd.. TEACIIERt Mu.l b* ,tR O"A HH4-H5W. llpdURKENK. 10.. long at only II ISO per Water electricity In Lake Butler Management

.. A.I.taata-MaI.ry. 8292. Ph... 9"4- OTI. llchfI2.SO able I* i..Ut teacher la car ,: acre, with EZ: term. Ralph R..rvallon.

..mI.mo.Ikty.. T. b. eligible, \ \lI.% INSIHVME: of children and say other 'SERVICES' : : GREENS! Bryan Realtor 964-A7KA. 11/2 40 ACREI-HOME.TRAILER HOOK UP NEAR

applicant. mual b. a lJ nlonCounty \<...N< 1 .IHHS) I.ear \tlake .>. MOBILE HOME t.4 dull. .. pfcUlod' (.RrrNH; : : Running out mt.an. TFchgl.IMEROCKt LULU Farm Home Adm. Mortgage of appro.

,..101... and ..*' 11..1011I1.3f7". .! l b.dr.en.. ..,.hh.d. S K C R f TAR Y BULLDOZER WORKi Murray'* G.....*. 714I at S cent. Monty to qualified buyer.
$44,000. per
Tltto VI Project ellgfcUltycriteria. I ..mpl.'.. 'Insurance .rIiri SDU/maatk. Ph.' .' 782.3"11.' BOOKKEEPER: : Mu.t b* Small daiar. Uadclearlng .afat.tt Si.. Stark. Phon., I Allen. Tavlor.Lawley. .;; 4 LOTS EACH 100'x2SO. Market Rd. Laurel Baptist .

Applicant. may - --- ---- 11/2 2lck. 1119BEAUTIFULLY able. t* work with public. aid. levellag.. Phoae Jimmy 1111-1.13211. llchg.I Phone 7823172 dirt road 2SOO. each or

apply at the Lolon: CountsCurthuu.e I.rrt.flr ,1. lnuriblrImmediate .. .. .. .. familiar with nrolllog pro.reduree Mania T". -IZ30. tl/eb._ weekday. alter 6 p... oraay.tlmc Church turn right interested on In all.
-- If
.....lal. rented weekend. 9/14 will negotiate
Room 206 Lake. ......,.". bvphonv. FUR ,..... IIGN PAINTING. Feel. I "('Ol'NTS ON hi I\IfR': LIFE '03 PINEWOOD' DA.. What a
financial GOOD
Butler. Itcbg 11/9. : I ...lIt'R1. with auppo ..,..... tf/cbg. THE
Jill See
oneday Rudy aiWaldo
.ot. ITEMS: l.awn mower. all' and
) BR '
!MSIIF.I>> oo ap>rtm and aialnlala all The rooms are luxuriously' large
typo surprlsel
19'1212,1., II. -
---- \ ...M Flea Market.. Friday, ,roadltloner swim aaorkle.WHITES ..
all tile batk .. Bni.DING
( ...... p.o.1. axlgn.d record accHratoly.PR04.RAM BLOCK New.eoaerete .
RN CHARGE NURSE, "II.I. H.... Sunday, Monday. TF. AlTO STORKIllghwav ::. fun to live
door .01 l ttPONSORtb '
room, ...urlt, a 2.000 .q It.,' I S INVESTMENTS) 301 Barber
.hIf.. 8605 hr. to.tart. .
Night N"ilH\Nl, Idhrrd In. lights. private pavedperhiag. by Cacorad Cllli.n. of chg *00. Ke>.toni 301 and SR 22S. Zoned. d) Warehouse
| S. living' quarters.
Benefit. f cour.e. 473-4822. Ill Shop
Ideal l lor .coupl.. Bradford Inquire
Apply I. ..,... to Jim L.a .uranregrnrv. I armed. R iR" LANIJCLEARING. Jtchg 119.HAI 7000' Brownie ((1)) 301 Store Apt. ((4) 301 N.
.... retired ....
Dl p.reoolNa : .,
) or Employ. Boa 379 M. tf/ehg.
Opportunity ,
KN:'\ Onion General Ho.plul. and Doalprn Hank.. Huildlng,. El. U.... work .large and email '- vacant tot. (5)( ) 301 S. Frontage o/uslVa. acres. C'J(
children or pota. 1'1. State Employ.m.nt -- --- --
B"..., t k. 11/9 3tchg I'h.nr IMO /nil. I ale.. HutlrrPERSONA. Apply *t Phone 468.2626.17
l.ak ) Job. ((7) Lawtey 101 -
reheat location. Rel.r.nc.i Service. (laId court.hoo.otbyNv.23.197S. 'rF... 10.1000 BALES!> B "HAVTW, ;'; i.-. .. Lawtey store ft living quarters.
11/23. rvqolrod. Pboa 911".IIIIS. 112Jtchg f'l:%""l.UI.A Sable. hlghhlertlllied :, highly ..,.UIa.d. Phone 911... offices or apt.

., TF'chi.KITCHF.NETTESi. 11/16. I.40-1 JO. 964-4921. 6071. tfchg.WATSoN'S. LARGE TRACTS OF LAND W. have several'
LPVSi Wo are accepting '(SERVICES' ; -- II /2 2tpd 11/9. tracts of load In all directions.
application from LPN' :. I BR -- REPAIRED: All makea. -- beautiful large
REAL: ESTATE SALES cl.aaed. oiled. and .dJu...... HOUSE I'VACl'lMSI
with medication cad charting pool. T> AC. '
....,...... Apply Inoeraon SKPAINTING: : Ell.ind opt.lorlud.d. Totally '..,olab.d. Enjoy the b.n.ilu. ol full '7. Work guaranteed. J..... ADMIRAL 25" COLOR T\ : Many. brand liedmachloea ol. SEE US FOR VA FHA FINANCING
Int i :No job to small: .. .. training In aa oacitlng sad Strickland earner of Morgan Mediterranean atylo. 8135. new vacuum.
to Jim Lee. RN. M *...1'. .thl' rat* REALTY IS READY
.., .. FREE; rewarding. caroor in real Phone 964-7175. Itchg. 11/9. available Part TERWILLEGAR
U .10. General Hoipllol. So job. too Temple Matcl. dflO N.r.mple Road sad Hwy 16. tl/.....
.ESTIMATES.:! Martlo o.tato. toatury 21 Show sad accessories fee *llvacuum 1I0u ARE
lake. Butter" Ha. 1119 3ach. Kurd' Phone 9647337. WHEN
404 N.W. .
rourhlone. 4962679. Ca.. Proportiei. Inc. K., uiiiiulii.; : : ayatema.
1123.PART. 10.26.1'" 11.18. .
10th Avo.. Ualnetvllle.Phone Associate M4I420Classified
,. _H_ _. 11/9 2lchg 11/16 .. -- -.-..-- stone Height, 473-4903.. ING and ,.p.I,.. new ClassifiedAds 376-7110. tfchg.1mo .- Lucille Conner Spry
11/2 TF I.h.. kitchen.. bath familyroam.
TIME LAB EFFICIENCY: and .l..pln. .. block. - ---- "
IN MY - ------- Brkk...: coneret GetResults
TECHNICIAN: Meet lake ",1.1. BABYSIT
3 I fl miles North
room oa .. .
Lake. : Babies and CORRECTIONAL' OF.Fl'ER Fireplace *pclaUit MOOliK'HOMi;
coll.. l( Ho.plul. HiMEt preichool IS! .301. lnd.rw.od. Mol.l.,
Butler. Fla. Call 4962323 rhfldreni .....01.".. II 1 11/9 3Uh 11/23. \I. 00. thru .'rid.,. 4463483 ll/chf. promotional opportUBltlea, 473-2108' or 473.2378.Tf Ads Get SERVICK l0l.f S

., -. 11/9 tlnchg FOR""Rt:vr" Office' many fringe .benefit. 40 hr. /chg.ALCOHOLICS. SANITARY MEAT SAW,

TEXAS! REFINf:RY CORP. .. --. larded dowatow K..I.apace..., work week. shill work.Entrance .. : ANONYMOUS 8200. Ph... 7823810. J.A O FURNITURE Results TOO AM

oilerPI ENTY OF MONEY (' ISTOM MADEtRAPt.RIrS Ju.t oil I...,.... Blvd.. and : VI\..1.1'r S330.40 appr.v.d.fducatloaal biweekly. : Phone '964-6894 or e..... 725A.. Lawtey. Itpd. IQ REFINISHING 135 !
pi". ...b bonuiea, fringe : : Furnitureind busy ..,..,. tall 4714S07 11/9. -- wrnis
4j6y2.U! hj .
b.a.fIt... mature Individual. floor roveringai. free weekdays. 9 a."...a p.... A..k :. KequlremeatitI opportunltl.ilavailable. : :. -,-- -- -----_. Fr. Eotamat 700 AMP

In the' Lake. Butter" area. .'.lunate. at your home.teVVt lor Mr. Whartoa. tlochf. .111... over U yr.. old., BRADFORD SEPTIC BOA. IS ft. with cabin Q Suaihlaa Acr** BUUDOZMOw .. ;
Regardl.aa of ....'I..co. alrrprliea Ed: or good physical health' high TANK SERVICE Bradfordrealdentlal ..ulll.... John, motor, ....1. Mis-Fri. f2irWliMAT4
write A.N. Pate, Pr... PALM-.j: APARTMENTS.Efiicie.cies. pump-out.. 840. Bulldozer Work -
.oma Stephen. lent condition. Tilt-trailer,
school diploma' or Fla. GEl: ). ...
T.... Corp, B.. ,.I.h.d. Commercml. and induatrial. S a.4:30 .
Refinery, 1/14 tfarhg Applicant. coatact Per all safety eqelpm.al. Mual Large or Small! l 8. Ill*
711. Fart Worth. T.... -- --- ---- Wotkly. or monthly. 2313 N. sonnet olflc*. F''.. State Fully llcenaed.. Phone 964- .ell quick; ,h... 9644)643) Pb.a.t964691rin--- -- '

76101 Itchg 11/9. T.rapl." A..,.., 111.'.... 1"1.... HR.It. Weet olStarko. RUI. ll/chg Price negotiable. II ,.00. Land Fill

ASSIST. IIEAISTARIrEACIIERL.I. 11.1. DO CARPENTRY TF/..... Phase 1904 1 964I2J. tffi" ;'S:"SA7w"fiH"opVfompleto : : : Lest ...11;" .... Itehg ll/ : ; } "- -
RIIKK! AND BRICK : ealen.loa 417. Wrtlo' ; _._;.t..J:
: lItrater. 1.\I \ IM.: A''.. painting For .:"Flilf\-tf:: ( :! 1 BV ..;.. PO. Box 747. Stark. Ha. eharpoBiag; service, YORKSHIRE TERRIERSIFour.
( 8153 mo for!9! "0'. circular head., carbide, ; WILBUR WATERS
Seme.t.r hour or credit I.IarIy I. I tree. ..lIm.I'.. call .96.2773. or mom hi SurUl Mote 32091.) Attention. Peraonnel chain. ......., bud. .hollow ...... AKC;, champion. i i
: Childhood Education 11/9 .1lpd 11/21. I SJOI :North. t ndr new 0111... An Kqu.l Op. ground and balncd. Lev. bloodline. 8200 each. Adorable ts'-'*4tB80

or expr-rieoc* .. .TeachereAide. ir .n.tmrnt. 10/19 4lpdTINV porlunlty Employer.: 10/5 at Jckoo. Building Supply, and. cute In time for j I CENTER I II W' Mid.ion. 81 8lrk
III tab 11/9 Chrbtma.. Phone' 9648405. (THOMAS
.. (Application) Apply I RIM lIFE Ptl''NDS with Stark. or Koyiloao Height. I. 0 751liftRalph 0

.uann.. River. Economic: l.iillr.e f.raprfruil Extra: III..... 11/9/ 3lchg 11/23. Paneling Molding,

(Council Inr. Head Start >>:,..,,'h ('ap.ulei and feat. FURMSHEI HAIR STYLIST NEEDED ----------- REALTY
P,O. Hoi 71). Live. Oak 32060.) rlinii .bl..... Available. alndrew. bOISE, NO PETS: OR ........lot.I,. Eiporieac: laprogroealv TOMMrS--LA DCTSXR.ING : CS BASE UNIT. Johaaoa 23 Kitchen Cabinets Bryan

It.h. 11/2 \ Drue., 225 Vs [IIILIIREN. SI35 .... hair dreaalagrequired. : Complete bulldoiorwork. Chased with antennae.Beit .. I Counter Tops I 621 North Walaul St.

APPlICANT INTAKE Main. bake. Butler 10/19 (['AIL' 9A4R404. 11/2 2lrhg .. Terrific. worklagcondition. Phone 9645734. 9/14 offer. Phone 4311737. Real Estate Starko. Florida 34091

ASSIST, with H... 8 II.... 4lrhg ll/u. 11/9/ .. Four day week... Ifchg.HANDTMAV. 11/9/ Ztchg 11/16. I vanities | 964-6162

.\..l.t. Prog.E19.33 .... for Phooe 964.Hi 4 7 Tueaday --------- -- I j 211T N.T..pl. A...*. Formerly A J.T"o...
MO day. Mu.t po..... strong hruSsturday. 11/9 TF/chg All home GARAGE SALE Saturday' FREE Starko. Flo R.al Eitati

dr.Ire. work. with and help ;CARS '* TRUCKS ,.p...... Interior/exterior :1,0... II and Sunday, !'to.". I I I ESTIMATES I I _MMam1073i2 ... .
low.Income. Auto and validdriver DO YOl NEED A : VENDING ROUTES ,.......U... houMwiahlngnd 12. from 10 ..ID. Ill dark Four bedroom. Iwo bath

license required. lOlSrKEFPFR: : ONE \VAILABLE NOW. Full ar pintlng. Special Clothe and furniture. Three I/Sand 3 1/2..,. .home 1025 W. M.d.... St.

Submit application t. >A1 A WEEK: ? Local part time. Company ...u,.... ,.t./t..... for ...1., mil.* N orlh of Stark., on t S .VAUGHN-JOHNSON let.. SR 225A. ---- -
s R.1.:.C.. lac, P.O. Bon 70.live .eferencea. Call 496.2741 :CHEVROLET PICK-UP. location. Complete training.L'ompaay .1I1a.... I',.. ..U.....*. 301. Itpd 11/9 CO. Heady man ...e.... 401

Oak.. 3211t1..10.\( 10/19 tlnchgSK. 1972 Four Wheel. Drive.Phono provld.o. >.po.- ph.o.98..8981 after 5 p....| .,, i i lOTSt 9 BR block, SB 16 Alto Rd.
11/9 --- ---
::0.0".7. '7(1.( 11/2. 9647895. lUhg lor immediate ..to.II... -----
date. llchg lao financing lnveatm.nl. TEN ACRES of ...TofTsR 140 S. Thompson i St. i Eaet.I07Ti.
: THE:LAINDRAMATit : 13.WKI 25MM). For further '- Three BR frame ham aaae
[ Inroad C;ENERAL CARPENTRY 16 onSR 225. 810.000. Phono I Old Coca Cola Plant II .
MALIBU Bhie. city.Tkr
IIW t 100 by the Handy.av 1973 Information |111131| 5769909. doorkaafhig off SR acre near
WORK' Palntlag, 9644161. Itpd 119.BOAT 10 *r 20 am
....Itl... ".200. Farale I ------
V>. have a weal dryad 11/9 Ztchg 11/16.; .. .1..,. 964-5711
.II. .
--- -- --- ---- 223. bath
tw ,
782-3220. bedroom *
fold aervi.. 25 ..oto !u. 119.YAMAHA. call Itpd -------- -.-.-. 1.... .,.Ir.. ...... FOR SALE Hobl. *. '16"Flamer" central. heat and air, I30

Attendant oa dut,. Ifa. I' 9644084.10/5 UchgSOME an trailer LOCh 20 .. .., Ralford. Pratt St.
1189:\.00; Hoble 14 on .,..11.11.2501 ., --- -- '

"'I PTIC: clranoul.'TANK AGR. new line SEl'IIP. .. '"M t RCY.; US; : WANTEDOtMH : 'REMlDELINGT""ilIt' H.bl.18 oa trailer 1009 400 ft.. prim' 2.5 .-.1'-'..-, --Sa411.H.lDp" .
in the home. do HPPlumbing. !
: wo 82.795 (All In excellratcondition commercial. 301 North
.illiunC. IVarNonKr ,......bl.. Jo. Foriylh, .. 'oleclrl.al', ) PHone 3777245. "owner floancmg.One .
-- ---
131 1022. All builnen appreciated. ) PRICES PAID for ,rooting room additlaai.. ., c. 11/9 Jtcbg 11/10. Fin 50 ... N.; --- --
: \l:fOK 3/31 tlchg.lEl ..". N.W. IOU t* aero ham (It.., SB-
250 vied. mobile. homes If mortgage Good work. at rea.oaable. ....tJo.. .
DTI cc of Lawtey |13 ] .
------------ -- 100 W.." ....r fiaa.ebg.
8300 .. I I. 3/4 paid or more.1)1.15'S price '.1.'......1'..*.* 9648087.
good. BABY ITEMS SALE babyloIh.a. -
; ; dirt bfco. rum --
BM"'( : ) i SHju; -----
HOrlKr: :\ ..01 caah.Phono MOBILE HOME 4tchg 11.26 Inlaol. to size! ... _M. T....... A... lOut 28 .. *. and 3BRbrkk .
trade lor canoe 10 Bear tty
I. : Joe acre pallor
Jill NOR1HI .ran. pickupa. and truck., SALES 964-5606. Ope. 7 ....... _... n."
I I. \ I IH: MOHIIM "'h... Rev. P.tilt. 4962131 9644003. 11/2 2tpd day weekly. tt/chg. ------ bay* and girl.. laud car Brook.r. Unit. Oft 8R-16 Eaat.
WILL BABYSITtarny home walker, chair. ----
11/9. asia, high -
7N2 3Nlltl 496.2X29. 5/18 Ifn. -----
0' .. -- W TE'M'.; ;i "ham. any tun* day. or III."" Any. Ala*, ilza 12 and 14. b.,. IOZ2.I..r.I..n GrUfla W* maacg.Ro.idontlal A
--------- MOTORCYCLE. 1977larb.y ..1.. and tlrea. Will pick up.LINS .' age accepted. In Iowa 10.. .blots. panta. and Jeani.Phono Leop. Commercial. propertlei
Lovely. 3 or 4 BR t 1/2 ('LARKES SAW SHOP, Davldioa.. 5.000ailaa. ) MOBILE HOME tion. Hot ...... Fenced 911..7175. 1512 EaatCaDi --- -- ----
bath Block. home oa 2 ''...pl.t. iharpenlng ...,. 964-S6IM. 7 Phoao 964-5703. 11/9 indoori.Jtchg lltBeaulyreat 1031 Flv oor*, SR-230. !
Excelleal. caadltloa. HA LES. Open yard >U 1
...... ( HAA manyxtrai. vice, head., circular, mower F.Deliao Thome* "
8 0000 owaerllnanced iladei, chain ..... leave. atLrewa Real c...... Meet *.ll. Wai d.,. week. tf/chg. 2tpd 1116. 3 BR Brick. 1 bath, t B.DR R... Real Eitato: '. '
Builder'a '88OO *...UO. N.gotlabl.. s \l ;SQlSiZE: garage.BR 1051 cad 10 8i Lete S9.- RrokerOffice '. :!!
7/13 tfa.HOMEOWNERS Supply. Pbn' 864-6643. llchg 11/9. WEOm-pF.CAN.-,. CHILD ELo---; ;; ; hid....bed. ..1.. 100 230, B...... Rd. 964-6162 }?.'
lake Butler
2 BR block"home;; -oa .large W crack. ...**.. Wain- sad nulrlttoua meal for Mlde wah. .velour corduroy. t r batkTTR. FR --- _. .Jo.'. ." '

lot S23.000, ..0., wright Pecan Co.. Stark your Infant or prcboolcbOdrea Dark olive. .,*... 3 ,..,. fa-eplac. .In tow. 1053i OM acre let all Evenlnge. '

110...... I'.,...,. Market. 11/2 TF In my horn. PH... old. 8600 when DOW, ....1. ----- bek-p. .ff 301 Nrth. 533 22t 0. 1
964-7375. llchg II /9. .t condition. Sell for 1350. 3 BR. 1 bath, LR. FR. pool.fncd .. --- -

- WANTED TO BUY| 88 -------- Phono' 9644717. lube" 11/9. yard. Saratoga If t*. 1056t Sin. Mm, Gelgr. Rd. ASSOCIATESSteveSimaa.a. I(,

I BR, 2 B.t"BI"I| | Nova. Camara. Ch....... or ---- -- -- '
frame BRASINGTON'Cadillac 3 ILl bath family room. 105T 0.. aero mud. 3 BR E....911..1181'11' .
CHAA. BIRO ref. 5....., any aporty Chevy .
$47, 00. with 350 ar aver and 4 ..peed.Phene .. OIdI_.... large kitchen on eec air .Iran, elf M..... Rd. -,
A simple way to 4682222. 11/2 2tpd Well Drilling SR16. ---- Harold. Eppi t I'Eye.98461116
- Sales Service: 1062i S .c'.4 BB/bUck. 7
Poultry Farm, Breeder.. 3 borrow is.1.o a 55 s a a..5 Sae..e. --- .
madera .bouaea.. quickly 'Complete Selection ftru Selection Of Used 3 BR. 1 bath, 'r... 28. S.*... Rd. 1."'

A 11..1.. quartemore r.egg. Call room for '4,000 or more. aL PaperPartyThe Car TaJan' On 2" Thru 6" FR. 4 a.,.. 301-N. 10041 29--eats- "motel, 301
detaOl. w Professional service. Goods al :IPMSCEUANEOUSNEED CadiUadTnclttGAESESVItLE Fast Rotary OB 20 aero tract vary N...... FAULKNERREALTY '
- -
2 BR Convenient 2001 N.W.t:133'18-$301 Drilling Equipment ...........*. JuSt *ff BRIe ""n --- :.
buagalew new Paved. road.fiF.OHGE.. 1061 I .T** cad. JBHfram
.love. ...hor A dryer w Confidential CASH lit aid 2ndnortgage STATE LICENSED --- -- ., M..... Rd. [D ;;
113.000.) Will i.sald.rtrailer .
No red tape. money hi. available. .. ROULRTS.JK.Reg "
trade. .ce as a a use OS S II OS 5 ,
Pay eft your bill and. Floriluntl Healty393N.TemploAve. Real Estate: Broker 1066.3 BBM.c&.Pratt St. 2305 N. Temple
- For full details, simply' have. ca.b I* ipnd .... Call; Pumps Phone 64.7NM' ----- Stark.. .Flerid. '."

4 1/2 acrea pleated call COLLECT Wm. J. Trims LI.. Mart ..o..s.e..es..... OPEN:: 8sL.rday.M.. lOtTi '65 .*,*. Improvedaaitar '
pa.ture. on graded. ,..... Office Shop. Broker Rt I. B.* 40. llamp. Starke.FI. *.' *. Crawferd. Rd.lM9i Paul H. Funlkner. ,.1
18,050. with 12 1/2 pct da. 813-823-1973 New & UsedSalesPartsService Recite '
32044. 468- --
)IOW.Ca11BLUEBERRY tan Fla. [9041 911..7700 -- ,
- No Obligation 1642. 11/2 TFchg.WORMSFORSALE. 0 **re* sad 4 B'* 964-5065. I
4 acr. up with large STARKEi 3 BR, I bath,
_..., an US.301. Lawtey, THE CASH CORNEROF 3 BRm .. 1 ..e.l..asUlrlAe.ume lISA,brick ....la ".,._ 'came, Hampto- I 3/4 acres with 3BR. IBahm. .

watar available,83,000 mrt.Now
city E-Z Term. Height. Bail for orgyavaagi. lOTOi 3 BR brink CematryCbb. aUmg. Zoned. Rca '.:
.. .
per .. 12 net da.36J5 FL'.tINC. 1,110O aim ... It. .
; Lta .. rd. Iroidaga.Outoltewaalcasbedy.
-- beamed Whomaienetall. I B.R. homo. Bath OOSC aOOe.eoeooa00000ee Brand nowlSTARKEi ----- t
Acre 13010' US 301 Mortgage Broker ,Air KM Mient Crawler. and. half, .vary email dwniooym't. Plumbing ----- loll Lot and mobile home
856J500 > T.,... 1211 N Weiiihore Blvd. PLANTS are.SaO Wrm Frt. Helgkte. nt, i
--- 8ul.,07. a.e.oeS..a eao s.e.e.e.aNew beantlfnl ......., woeoodlat 011 Sa.18.- 2BRW IB .......* .Id...... :

Camfortablo alder frime Tampa. Florida 33607 Tifblue And Woodard In M.Ode T.'m.n 3 ... .a 301 No. .1 Stark. Installation *. high and dry 'pavedntracte. LOIS M MM* and meM* Tora.Icr .

.homo, 9 room I bath, bold your own home private lake, .,
.pp'.. 50 ..e... tree. 3 Hundred Or Thousand Over210eee.We ..... b.... *r vu may. Uk. *.. Grand.La.Mur 4 BR. Owaer ha.
rental ..bD. ....... I MH And Dilleer 7 A.. with 3 B-.. Remodeling Repair .f ear. Call far detail. ----- started ,.....1.... Yitnibb "

.pan A"'ro..t.., REGISTERGAS Lots. Also The New 8.artVourOwaParni.we with Urge barn.Don't ...e.eS..eee..e..se.eDurrnce ----- of ..**. UaUa *r. .. 811,00.00. '
.. Income .. 6 And S BR 2 bath aoba. homo
8400 m AND OIL Early Sharpblue *wr 11_.**. at rates
acre. (65.OOO. (I..,. .lead will .Incites .ye. In .bo eraw.... Live *a on Ink. $16,700.KEYSTONES .lower. thaw meet tomtlmgfaotltntfe ItiM M......Home .. ... ;;
available. ) Broker wr. 3flM S.Thompson St. Florida Blue Which ...... CC. yea own sed& 1 aero. ,4 B J n 3 ..".olderPhaa --- **. I...> 81IJOO.OO. i

96458H8LPCas In May. ..... ... ... 7 .late '
Ripen Early C.UOyerNloMCrawford's .cc ieee e a so aero -E.......' \.
30 acr*. .a graded read. any ,,.00. Start 2,190.. ,.. WALDO-2BR. frame, nle.
140 OOO. Prices Very Reasonable. "".1700 PUMPS & SUPPLY 8293 d_., .ao.._... .:: IB I I f..kt, .vealeat .least... 4
Fuel OIlLubricating VeraloP.Odom.GBIR.g.RealEitat .
3 BR. I bath Worm Farm COMPANY A.B.PATIlAY.ROKEa1Ka 9644106Way.
Rmdeld Oil
.. 10 Mr**. : Elliott Hartmann ,..._ Height. .,Tic .* E....*..iMAooMht Aieoclatei ',;:
CiliA .
Irame, .11. Bet I*. raker"EVM Ave. Ortlee Home f I Iron L, rail....' ,
verreUe. 864 N. Temple '
l.aced with B Wholesale Warehousefor ..._Y. 'a ) a>* .. 064 6476 .4-6o.3 r. Evening. -
473-3661 d73-W3t t 4-B068
pin ..e... _,_... ..,
bruIt troe Nursery fkone'iatlalMac Pearl.AedrewaAamriat. I 8.._ M,a.k.. .
.A I.. 2 BR rntl ...... Tires -*....773. Starke, Fla. MarahallDonaUaan8alee.an David Dyed E..I.. .. 8644172ladaSettlea '

55600. T.rae.DAYF31 Eartton Fla. .. yea *rr fr nest J.a.t SvirNagAiaeclate Aelate4M12U> I, .

Tubes .... Kelt. .
Ph 468-1420 782-3898 964-7061: d.73-4173 Ev.nlnaa "4.5114"I
Batteries : IM
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...- r. 4es L'i.pls Nov., .lItli TELEGRAPH PII8. I'
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FICTITIOUS NAME By: William/ O. relief demanded In the '' tt. ..", I
Naegeta, seal of said Court on October October' 197881 866,09, Florida Statutes, NOTICE .. 8TARKE PRINT
STATUTE AFFIDAVIT Jr. General PI""", complaint or petition. 13, 1978. Gilbert S. Gilbert Sk'Browiia*Clerk ofsaid notice.hereby given that SHOP", 107 East Celt )r----- |

NAEGEL0 OUTDOOR! Subscribed and sworn to .WITNESS my hand and Brown as Clerk of said Court''bv.8g Jah M the undersigned Lillie Seminole Power hall 'Street Ster.... Fla JDedlirt. for

ADVERTISING COM before me this 10th day of the seal. of said Court on Court. By: Beulah M. Moody M Deputy dark and Charles. Wright, 1215 made application to the 32091. Intends to register I Tuetdar neon precedraq''

PANY'STATE October, 1978. Janis M. October 10; T978. Gilbert Moody, As Deputy Clerk. 10/19 4 chg -t"r' Old Lawtev Road, Starke, Bradford County Zoning said fictitious name under ITliurtday before

Wtogand, Notary Public S. Brown, A* Clerk of said 10/19 4tchg 11/9. Fla. 32091 doing Board for construction of the provisions of aforesaid J alien fvbhc',

OF MINNESOTA 11/2 "tchg 11/23 Court By: Beulah M. ..te..Y business under the firm Transmission Ones'In the statute. I Minimum charge t| oa I

COUNTY OF HENNEPINSS Moody. A* Deputy Cork. 'I name of "LITTLE Southern portion of Bradford Robert E. Allen. Jr. and I l Covert If Word/ J

' '' . . 10/19 4tchfl 11/9, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT PUBLIC ANGELS". 1309 North County primarily Betty M. Aden owners. I Each word over It Ia

EIGHTH JUDICIAL' CIR HEARING KeHer St., Starke, Fla. within the area of existing Dated this 9th day of >ll ((*"""t J
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN THE CIRCUIT COURT CUlT OF FLORIDA IN AND '(If), 32061. Bradford County transmission line*. This November A.D. 1978 at |Nol rftpontibl toriI '

On this day personally' / EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR FOR BRADFORD COUNTY The District yii" Mental Florida, Intends to register' change In classification it Starka. Florida. 11/9 4tpd I error when. given ..vr .

appeared before me, an OF FLORIDA IN AND CUIT OF FLORIDA AND CIVIL ACTION Health Board Jio.. ail said fictitious name under subject to a public hearing 11/30, 4.J" the phone or "wrier opy|
officer duly authorized FOR BRADFORD the provision of aforesaid "' s not ""d and ifa
to FOR breuahf
( I I.
administer COUNTY. CASE No. 78439. hold a public hearing in to be held on Tuesday, Ot Ih* efface |
oath' statute.
FONS the Bradford November 28 1978
HATHAWAY County at
CIVILACTION Sheila and Charles --- ---...
acknowledgments the CROSBY, Husband vt School: Boer*) '-, Meeting 7:30: p.m.. in the County
Wright joint owners.
Partner of IN RE: THE MARRIAGEOF North
FRANCES HEMPHILL Room, 662 Temple Commission Room In the
MAJOR MEDIA Cow No. 78.427BARBARA Dated this 26th day of
THOMAS Avenue lnStorks Bradford County Courthouse
CROSBY. WIFE. October, A.D. 1978 m '
SOUTHEAST, LTD., a JR. HUSBAND vs SARA NOTICE OF SUIT-NO beginning 7,00PM: on Starke, Florida. At this time al
Minnesota limited partnership NORMAN McCRACKEN.wife DELORIS THOMAS, PROPERTY November 14.::.1978. The 110/26 4tpd 11/18 persons (interested ahal
; namely: WIFE purpose Of this hearing Is be heard for or against the Classified
ROBERT O. NAEGELE. NOTICE OF SUIT-NO TOFrance Hemphill to create I forum (for pri.! proposal a* specified In :

JR., and WILLIAM 0. NOTICE McCRACKEN OF SUIT, Husband. PROPERTY. Crosby, address unknown veto citizens: elected NOTICE OF INTENTION the Zoning Coda of Bradford Ads GetResults .

NAEGELE who being by NO PROPERTY.TO TO: SARA DELORISTHOMAS YOU ARE HEREBY official, ''consumers ofservices TO REGISTER County 1
me first duly sworn ADDRESS others FICTITIOUS NAME .
NOTIFIED that an action or to enhance 7I.
: Robert Alan
depose and say: UNKNOWN YOU ARE for Dissolution of Marriagehas the; exchange of Jerome Johna, Chairman,
The names of all the Cracken, c/o Brian HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT Pursuant Section
boon, filed against you Information: and'\\JIve al to Bradford County Zoning
persons Interested In the Albright. Superior Trucking AN ACTION FOR Frances Hemphill Crosby interested persona a voice 866.(B.Florida Statutes, Board. Itchg 11/9.

business conducted Co.. Atlanta. Georgia YOU DISSOLUTION' OF and you are required to In decisions affecting the notice Is hereby given that

under the foregoing Fic- ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED MARRIAGE has bean filed serve copy of your written delivery' of community the undersigned Paul H. 1100 e e I. 9e11e0E EA -.-

titious Name of Naegola that DISSOLUTION an action for against you and you are defenses, If any to it, on the mental health alcoholism Faulkner. 2306 N. Temple NOTICEGilbert KeystoneArea FOR KENT Office pee,
Outdoor Advertising MARRIAGE required to serve a copy of plaintiff's attorney whose end drug abuse Avenue Stark., Fla. .... a'... 11....,.*.. I
Company and the extentof has been filed your written; defenses if name and address Is services. The District 32091 and Susan M. V. McLean has Located behind Slender'
the interest of said against you Robert Alan any to It. on the plaintiff Board Is a citizen'i Bakken, Rt. 1. Box 49. the .file. Call 471-4S07.

persons in said businessare McCracken and you are attorney, whose name and James R. Flynn Esquire and need the input group of Starke, Fla. 32091, doing made application to Rds weekday. 9 a.m. 5, ,... '
required to serve a of business under the firm Bradford County Zoning .
is follows: copy address Is J.J. Wolbert. P.O. Drawer 1030 and all chctlnjewelry
MAJOR MEDIA OF THE your written defenses. If Jr., 206 S. Water St.. P.O. Starke. Florida 32081. ((904)) any In' Its persona planning interested name of "FAULKNER Board for reclassification described 1001 ffv/E6 CASH FOR--COLDS-!h.r.--.-...
any to it, on the plaintiff's Box REALTY". 2306 N. of the property SECOND MORTGAGE
SOUTHEAST. LTD., a 1066 Starke Florida 964-6701 and file the and coordinating role. EA diamond ..Ia..
below from to MONEY! !
Minnesota limited part- attorney, whose name and 32091, 904/964-5200 and original with the dark of the Mr. Jerry McGrlrf Temple Avenue, Starke. of 471- distal (lid. W (II deli your
East Ie. Becky Dyer
nership, has a 100 percent address is Thomas M. file the original with the above styled court on or Bradford County Repre Fla. 32091 1. Intends to located 1 %mll88 side. 2353..r Llca..... nertftgebrokcr.cbrg home ..'.h...*. Mr. Kills -.
South I
Interest of ownership in EK/vall. PO Box 1086 clerk of the above styled before November 23, 1978: sentatiwe..11/2 2tchg register said fictitiousname / Starke on the) 40 TFN US*. ..is.ION'. ll/chf la i
Church Road
Starke, Florida 32091 and under the provisions of Laura
Outdoor Advertising court on or before otherwise -
Naegele a judgement maybe 11/9. '
Section 23 ----- -- --" FR)
In 8.LF.tK(
file the original with the November 15, 1978: otherwise entered .. of aforesaid statute. acres LAKE
Company. for
you I.F.I "Motor,
FOR S A Baal
Paul H. Susan Township South, Range ESTATES three .
clerk of Faulkner
the above styled eel | 5cr.relllsig
a judgement be In .
may the relief demanded the I trader. 14 footer wUb Itahand
MAJOR MEDIA OF THE court on or before entered against you for the NOTICE:OF INTENTION M. Bakken joint owne,'.. 22 East to put property in baM walla, c..,..-.... weeded tract
November IS, 1978:otherwise relief demanded complaint 'D led! this 26th day of an agricultural classification. tuned.Neat n.49SIUSlh..
SOUTHEAST. LTD. in the or petition. TO REGISTER traler, mar just IZl/... Owner ph. all-UTS.
By Robert O. Naegole a judgement may be complaint or petition. WITNESS my hand and FICTITIOUS NAME October. A.D. 1978 at This change in and el.... 1290 lirm. 1651.

Jr., General Partner entered against you for the WITNESS my hand and the the seal of said Court on Pursuant to Section Starke, Florida. classification is subject heldon to 4714740. Ifs ch( 11/9, .--10/i2Tf/ehg-..
10/26 d'rhq 11/16 a public hearing to
BINGO American Legion
Tuesday November Veeslr.ged-sla
28. 1978 at 7:30: p.m.. In LOSTi plane ln region al Liana Club. Pool 202. Sunday 2-5 p..,

the County CommissionRoom and loolball ......... 125 Saturday. 1 p.m. 1 12TFchg.

in the Bradford reward. Cal 471-3213. llpd

County Courthouse. At 11. 'MOVING SALE-SSL: -New

On sale this time all persons Interested FOR SALE l MISC. ITEMS *... need C..... Bed, Tip
..1\ shall be heard for player Winter. ea.'., Up*.

Friday & Saturday! [ IEAGLEIS 1 YUJID-i; I or against the proposal, Queen-oli bed I40| II",.." .writer and ..re. I/.v. .

NOW OPENI as specified in the Zoning tape player, 40i Stereo .II .! Mghtlngal' Hi.. Perth
8. .I high' schooL 9 ... ..
one 'ISO Ml* TOTS bl Code of Bradford County. record player' II5| Drapery p.
Ai DIKOUIII f5KISIchnsna .tT.. Jerome Johns, Chairman rod. IJ-aiSi Typewriter, HclH 11"
Bradford County Zoning 115. 4732529. Itpd 11/9.
FOR SALE-Palr .! .*pl*
Board.. November 3, twin ....., bunk. and
1978. 1tpd It/9. ......... dining. what king,
headboard seed ga*
t\ I ...*,*..*. mlM. Ii*... Furniture
( S,.,., behind. Week.
I l 01U 21 end 2IB. Iteh. II Al,
P? e rs'u rr PLICATION FOR 11..,.,... HolgBte.' Mce Bedroom plus' deeping loll .
AND tr... on I to 10 acre tract Inneighborhood Attractive' house with large
TERRIFIC BUYS AT SAVINGS OF 14 % TO 3O % AMENDMENT REZONING OF THE ol maw home.. fireplace an Uator Ban
Some lain permit/ mobile I..... Central air and twit.F'reehly .
'' 4 LAND USE PLAN. hamei sad .... overlooking. painted *.,*,I.r,
An ORDINANCE lake.. Priced to ..U with Nice inn deck an lake. .lot..
J TOP MAKER WOVEN amending the Comprehensive term Irons 1200 down to 140 8250 p.' ....,.. Partiallylurnlehed.
Land Use Plan per month. Commercial Can Jack Lack.wood .
POLYESTER SLACKS k Element and Map by ......... om SR.21 available.Owner alter 8 p.m. ".."..**

: $13-$22 VALUESI O Bradford County Florida, 473-4175. tile.... .... weekend. 473: ,2lli.:

In accordance with the - -- -'- 4tchg 10/19.11/9_ ,._"____

688 local Government Comprehensive FOR SALE Wsterleaa FOR HALE 4 year aid, 1/2
# r t. Planning Act cookware. heavy. multiplyatalnlea quarter heree-1/2 W elchpom
$lR r of 1975 as provided for in steel .homo dome.type ?, Make. ale.. Call 471.
_, 'I ,wEReseF ,JS / Lntt14 Hill In b... H......... 3525. llpd 119.
163 of the Florida
coat 4t)9. Will ..ell.r It MS. ,
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Lwi eMnws, i Statutes. Cal 4722933. 4tpd' 10/19- FOR 'SALT 40 Channel
"!sus i tprlw TO: Afl citizens Ta>f 11/9,
.r. '1 ;'M.5ioh, eiafld. v A .A ..*.* in irf.i''J' : .,, R.,!.;: CB > BAY!" or 4 ., 1 Comlartaoo + 1w 'payereend ottjer \ ", f. Ti l/.t..>) -! rJ-Tf>'w/truak eaawal'natvuaa. A e. .
r lyle was belt / tereeted Persons. HOUSE CLEANINGReasonable .
850. B... .. -..p eitra. 47J
front and bach pochele. ratea, crew ol S,
r 1 a Slight/ IrregularltM will h You and each of You are 4875. llckf II H.
reference 475 1279. 475-
/ not arfocl wear Man aam hereby and herewith ,
BOYS' ------ -
2N59. 475 2A11 alter 8pm.
MEN'8 I. *3O-4J. Greet buyl $ given notice In accordance FOR SALE 410 Shotgun 1hot. -
RAVE 100 9AVC0.03 with Florida Statutes Un..chg JO/19._ ----- bolt action with ......11lid

LIFE-LIKE C' SCOTCH MEN'S. WOMEN'S :W CLOCK RAblO y5t j I t that the Board of FOR SALE Beautiful borne SO. 471-471. liehg
lie a* Lake. Brooklyn' else .
WAS VA / to achoole cad ahope. sandy .. ,
8 Bradford ---- -- --- -
WASg 87 ,.WAS-es 53 83 ,."N- 'I. 0 SHERPA LINED DENIM JACKETS have designated County Florida the beach, dolt (11.0110. tall FOR BALE!: 20 It. Kona
Solid al /. digital clack radio alter II p.m. 4625232. 1977 200 oilman ruetantraler
Fl.",.* roitlnnl ....mbl.. Llflhiweiaht frame, comlortablo 7e i I Bradford County Zoning Owner-Realtor. 4lchg 10/19 Klcellent ski boat.S4500. ,
...."'. Include metal Hand. addle tent Easy lo aaiomble / and Planning Board to 11/9. Negotiable.. 4714B71.lteh '
conduct a public hearing ,
BOVtPrewaiheil 11/9.
MEN'S -- -- ----- (

cotton denim w/warm acrylic pile lining, at a regular meeting held SAWS FILEDi Chain ""..
A, wauaS.roes w.Oa 7A1L padded nylon sleeve lining. Cantraet atltchini snap :ysass"e at 7:30 p.m.. In the circle' law.. sharps sodbalance
cloiixei and trim..In men'i S.H.L.XL, boys' S.M.L. County Commission lawnmowor ..,...... j
meeting room Bradford Ranlal, FURNITURE
z Leave at Keystone
f/ County Courthouse,: or phone 473-299S. Itchg REFINISHING J
O V a R a w 1 Starka. Florida on 11/9 Fro--EetbnaUaSanehlna- -

6.O Tuesday November 28, .
1978 and make a FOR RENT On bedroom A.... :
recommendation to the collage, walking distance. I. M... Frl.S .
Board of County Com grocery and pest .".... No tM ,...
children and no *.!.. Quietneighborhood. a.-
missioner's and the Board -
SI35 ...
per Pbanat 4-7eM
will consider on Monday plus .,0IU... Cal 4732210or
December 4, 1978 at the 473 4920. tin I l/9. bMPOOOOOOCUnion
r- :i i
/ same said place at 10:00
a.m. an Ordinance relating !
I tl BIl OLLIE t0 a ilea.
C to: 0l -

CARDS PAPER LIGHTS - MATIC' a }+ Tt r The rezoning of the .
COFFEEMAKERSAWLttS following described pro. County
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990, 17.88 party and amending the
/ 14.88 Plan to provide that lands
660 WERE a.000nr 4 9 6 a.c'ou ra 4 currently zoned R1C and le llIl lit IBIS 110/
.JM ,
O ROLLS YOUR U88MAIL.'''COUPON.00 S mica a rnict S designated by the plan as ,
O"FT PAPER WEREar' a8 Toxlurlied nylon knit, placket Long oleevee slit 2 pocket Weler-ropellenl nylon w/onap Agricultural be rezoned to
25 50. n. CHOice. collar. Aael. aolM*. S.M.L.XU, AMI, plaids, men s S.M.ua.w front 2 pockata. 8.M.L.XL, Business : : :YAtn) I .
5.83 .mur-Tol4ie" BA and designated ,
C. OUTDOOR Mattel Hot WhoMt. Monopoly. nkico.T:: : 11 +88 l the property of f
LIGHTS as WIRI!. 47' "a_ LorrM or toy dog Ronald Ivey described as

follows: located one mile, REAL, ESTATE HCAD8TART TEACHERS
L SAYE 20% SAY UP TO Z." N East of Starke on North Jane S. Usher May C..,.., MM me lor. toa.
i4ta"0p: St Section REALTOR496.213C ., AA Degree .la Early
....... EAGLE C OR ffll IAIN side of Hwy 16 In .
AGLE: OT. EAGLE / i// 11CT1If .*' 2'03 Childhood/ Education *r
:MW-4OW ...... D CELL BAT. / 23, Township Range 22 = or eq.,......, cmblnnllon alducaliaa
NONDETERTERY BUY East 4 acres of parcel ---------r ..... .xpe......*. i iRea.

QINTOIL 2i390 Giv 2758 to build and operatea 1971 BUICK ELECTRA 225| ( and applkatlan) I,
V v tS/ f't t tractor sales and repair .......,, InOy equlppedi In*. Apply Sawaanee River QE.
430 watts UP TOYe r y You are further given power wind.. seats 111 .....'. Ce.sclIs.... '

WAS.... V V ( NOTICE that a copy of .,....1.. wheel. Good, Head Start. P.O. Box 70. 'I j'
., Lh"> Oak. :12080. lukg. 11/S. r:
,;;.;;.;... said proposed ORDI dependable) traeeporUllen. \
NANCE Is available for Priced ,. Sell. Costae t
BAYS 1.Bf -_ BA YC P 02f% 'the Donald' D.Duke, or.call 4911. t
Inspection; at

s TYPE 1W 1956 FORD PICK-UPt with
METRIC OR J--, Y FILM WAS 4 a97 4.88 ei T int.9 WAS UP.. 3.96 Bradford County Courthouse ..... bed. sad .292 V8engine. ,
...: abrdr TO.... Starke. Florida. Automatic .la flee,. '; ';IN' 1 ,
SOCKET 4.-:11 t-dlgtt LCD dieplay.inaaorwB kn dock cotton knit with frog Short anavae, poV/ootlon knit, Polyoelor/aoiion/ T-afilrt or Each and every Person 49tt-230R. Uncbg.TIIE .. .
SET WAS d.e'/ VON ballon/(net Included). trim Aaat. solid colors, 8.M.L. Aeet. poaloM mlMea 8.M.L. knit brwft ki package*of 3. having any Interest whatever ------

In the enactment of OFFICE SHOP NOW 3BR 2BA HOUSES llvlagrm. .
i shoes STOCKS A FULL LINE OF .. dining rm. carport.creaedln .
Se88- ,VICKS ORACIN savings on proposed SNOOPY PRODUCTS. ..,.......,

WAS.N8' should appear Makee w and erl u I Christmas large tally w-....... en 1.1
ENOla.1a'iTH88 mnma. ntnVaAvtir and be heard at the time pr.....*.See* a_.Can else ... I '.1 ml... S*. Lab
; <> and place prescribed. be ordered tkroufk the Bailer as SR-231. G.E.

II.... Ceenty T...... Call Craw *r D.M. Hat, "91. :
WERE lk /, BOARD OF BRADFORD (..... at the O"fao Chap. Ins .r 498-2171 10-28 t'.. .

SAYE % COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 9644784. tf Sylvka" and Pa* *b". ..
: at the Union County Time. .. ---- 4

,, 1.8 V'CKIVAPORUB 4 I I's 498-2281. ", t SR 4WCARPETINCi: :
.... ...1.....* fanmdlally. alee .
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; Gilbert S. Brawn 1
/ central heal and alrt j
690 tchg 119.NOTICE JEEP WAGOMEEKi 1989.4 ........ perch
j ( LEATHER wheel ."'\.. Warn L....-.. large lot. CaH 498 2323.: ... :
WAS JAr malic .......*street ...... en, 19. |uh. 11/1 :
(urea 21) fAVtt.00 SAVE 7.00 oA VIr f.Od and mad ripe letcL Bus :.
BAY 30" PRO DESIGN M80W MEN'S SUEDE CASUALS 8T LEATHERWORK BROWN VINYL 'BLACK/TAN *..., everylalas; ......., ---------.. --

VINYL RUG RUNNERS INHALER 7'12TERJMP1CVALUIION 7-13 MEN'S 7.13 REGISTER' value .......p. Call 4111114alter : near .....,. a* Dave Si..
WAS 9 88 WEt 97MEN'S FICTITIOUS NAME 5 p... tI..... Keyelan Height Sine,

690 1 3.94 4.94 Pursuant to Section --- ----- -,. refrigerator, .*. ...-..**
4 hiv ee"" __ setae,. leather' tappers was'
,sad ../
*27\ %" wtd*to wltfi keep tapered runner*Hal doagrlpprs wAS. 1IIe oaroravatsr..VL.'tC. prstta.I stewe soles "Iq 7.is. weReJJ..M" ounsKcouNTMica aunt-- 866 notice.00, Florida hereby given Statutes that CALL THE OFFICE SHOP alrcnditlalagtwchrdryer .._..-.,.

FOR CHRISTMAS GIFTS carpetedt leaeed yardirved
the undersigned Robert E. now elocklac SNOOPY.* ..IIIt/ '
etreett eked _
312 W. MADISON "ST.. STARKE E FLA. Alen, Jr. and Betty M. el Site snel asserted. fee .... .-. (29* pr ..... ,
;'Allen; 1304 North Bradford Iking Buy ._ for Ik. hell ls and feat '..*rent plea
Street, Starke FI8. day*. C8 Linda Bate. H4. ,1100 ... .... .. It. r...... I
32091 doing business 1784. or Ibo Uak. County'Tim 431.1... after ,4 ;.... 11/9
under the firm name of .. lr tal*. Upd. I

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I! COMMUNITY NEWSby LT"f1Y' i Remember SOUTHSIDEELEl\IENTARY the Thanksgiving this volunteer work and Invites any [

Holidays brain Wednesday Nov. 22, parent wishing to assist to call the _
1 and extend through Sunday. Nov 26. school office for more Information-
Elisabeth Walker Macedonia Freewill Baptist The footle and stationery drive is Training will be furnished. The
Phone M4-66U Church Prayer Meeting and Bible going very well. The children are volunteer gains the opportunity to
Dell Chapter 1M OES: Study each Wednesday at 7-30: p.m. doing a great Job u salesmen. The assist in the South lde program and at
The monthly meeting of Dell The annual conference of the East first order of 150 dozen pair of footle sand the same time learns about the
Chapter 168 OES will be held tonight Florida Women Home! Mission Is 160 dozen pads of stationery have children' school program.As .
(Thursday, Nov. 9) at 7 p.m. All being held in Jacksonville: Nov. 8-12 at d''Y'M been dispensed and the second order soon as all the expenses par t IF4
member. are asked to attend. It's Morning Star Freewill Baptist tt of w dozen of each has just arrived taming to the Halloween Carnival are ,
election time. The help of all members Church, Rev. Charles Sheppard I Soutnside hopes that all persons In the full financial report will be sent
Is needed. pastor. I approached for a sale will buy from home with each child.:
$Something Free Canaaa True Church of God In one of the Southslde students. You will News from Ms. Phyllis Goldberg'sfifth
Ash For Christ: Prayer Band each Monday at I g.'Iln. potential Christmas gin and grade room- Good spellers are
by Robert Hudson 8 p.m. Tarrying Service each Wed- I I the sale will help the student win a Monica Maslowski, John Cox, Marie
Dear God, please help me. I need nesday at 8 p.m. General church: prize For each $24 worth sold the Dougnman,Michelle Hall. Jay Hayes,
spiritual strength, knowledge, and services are held each Friday at 8 child gets to choose between a hand Lynn Holtzendorf, Paula McKinney
guidance. Give me the power to p.m. Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning + I puppet or a one-pound Sugar Daddy. Richard O'Steen, Helen Rivers Jeff
overcome self, the world.and Satan Worship 11 a.m. 1 tiI They may win as many times as they Sherman and Tom Watson.
which are my three main enemies. Greater Allen Chapel AME Church: turn in $24. At the end of the tales Room 23 thanks the parents for
Bless those who because of lack of The new conference: year will begin campaign the top salesmen get an their help in the Halloween booth !

understanding,. depise and hate me. Sunday, Nov. 12. Rev. R.G. Heastle opportunity to select from a wide Mrs. Shaeffer, Mrs Johns Mrs. Sharon II)'rr* :
Help me to realize that has returned for another conferenceyear. I variety of prizes.At Watson. Mrs O'Steen. Mrs. Holt I
without You I can: do nothing. Help me All members are asked to 1"k' t ;. present the sales program Is sendorf. Mrs. Hayes Mrs. Kehoe
to understand that the problems, cooperate with all activities of the re planned to end of Friday Nov. 10. Mrs. Jacobsen and a very special Sharon Hyres Has
sorrows, and Ills of the world are not church. Dinner will be sold from the however it may be extended to thanks to Mr. Renee Garcia who came f
Your fault, but mine, and that the only kitchen Saturday. Sunday School 10 Friday Nov 17, due to the delay Inreceiving out every day for a week to help Returned from Guard
way .they can be solved Is through a.m. Rev. F.S. Satchel, presiding M the second order. All decorate. Without their help the room, I
You Amen. elder of the West Jacksonville monies go to help the school. wouldn't have won the party! Ms Sharon (lyres has recently I
Church Activities district, will hold the first Quarterly Southslde. under the able coor On October, Ms. Goldberg's room returned to Starke after completingtwo t
Greater Bethlehem Freewill conference of the year at 11 a.m. All dinator of the volunteer program: who celebrated Halloween by inviting months basic training at Fort
Baptist Church: Tiny Tots rehearse boards are asked to have written Hunter Headed is Ms. Monterey Wasdln, first grade parents: to come and listen to original Jackson S.C. here she was awardeda
each Monday. Senior Choir rehearses notes. teacher,, now has 32 parent-volunteers Monster Stories". The Superior Performance Certificate'and
each Monday at 8 p.m. Prayer The First Born Church of the Living North 12-Pointer assisting on a regular basis In various students dressed in costumes and also qualified all Expert with an
Meeting Tuesday, 7:30 p.m. The All- God: Prayer service each Tuesday at areas. Southslde greatly appreciates bobbed for apples. M-IO rifle.
Male Chorus rehearses each Wed 7-45 p.m. Tarrying service each Ma.\ ll>'ren is affiliated with the(11st!:)
nesday at 7 p.m. Group 1 from the Friday at 7-43: p.m. Sunday School Grayion Cal on of Klngnley Lake Maintenance Unit of the National
Mission Department will meet at the 10:30: a.m. Morning Worship 11:30: went out of state to Ret this big buck, Input Sought on Services Offeredof Guard; here in Sturke: r
home of Rev Dan Handerson and YPCW 6 Evening Worship shot last Thursday Nov. 2. Grayson -- also returning alter two
p.m. p.m. A public hearing to assess the needsof the District III Board said the monthll'I I
Group 2 will meet at the home of 7:45: pm. bagged the 12 pointer. near Folluton. purpose training with the Notional are
Bradford. In the of of the hearing is to t
areas create
Sister Barbara Dean at 7 p.m. Ml Pligah: Sunday will mark the Georgia, using a 222 rifle forum for a Kathy :truth: and Marcia \Voodx.
community mental health, private citizens, elected
Wednesday. Thursday .
7'30 p.m. Usher's Board No. 2 will Sunday beginning School of the new 10 conference a.m. year alcoholism, and drug abuse will be officials, consumers of services or ---> ,,- -. I Ir.
meet Friday at 6:30: pm. Group 2 Worship 11 a.m. The first quarterly CheckingAccountsCan held Tuesday Nov. 14, in the School others to exchange Information and 'C --
Board meeting room In Starke, give all interested persons a voice in
from the Mission Department will
conference of the will be held -
at 4 .
meet at the home of Sister Bland Eva All members are asked to starting at 7 p.m. decisions affecting the delivery of .' -/. _1
Ruby at 6-30: p.m. Friday The I Can cooperate p.m. with this activity. Draw Interest The hearing Is sponsored jointly by these services. "7r I
Circle will sell dinners from the kitchen ML Zion AME Church: All mem the District I 111 Mental Health Board, "Allintereated persons are Invited ,
Saturday. The Junior Church: bers are asked to meet with the the Bradofrd-Unlon Guidance Clinic, to attend the hearing and contributethe In a ritual of courtship !1
will rehearse Saturday at 7:30: p.m. a business meeting Friday at pastorin 730p : Under New Florida and the Civitan Club of Starke. needed public: Input in planning an the male cardinal feeds 1

Sunday School 9:30: a.m. serve .m. for this conference year. Sunday Jerry McGriff, local representative effective program: McGrlff said. Its mIte choice berries
Worship II a.m. Dinner will be School 10 a.m. Lovefeast service II aaasm aata1 seams 1- .meat 1m --.-- .. /
at 12:30: p.m. The Deaconess' Board a.m. Communion Service 4 p.m. Bank Plan
will meet Sunday at S p.m. Evening Kbrnner Baptist Church: Bible

Worship S p.m. Study. Tuesday 7:30: pm. Prayer
Anlloch Missionary Thursday Meeting Thursday at 6:30: p.m. All A new consumer banking service HARVEST SALE I II
Church: Prayer Meeting 7 young men are asked to meet at the that will make it possible for its
p.m. Sunday School 10 a.m. The choir church Saturday, Nov. II,at 3 p.m. to customers to earn Interest on funds
willing at Starke. Nursing Home at 2 organize a Boys Club. Sunday School normally maintained in checking
Putnam The choir will sing at 9'30 a.m. accounts, the Florida Bank at Starke
Hall at 3 p.m. Sunday
Concerned Citizens Won't Mttt has announced.
Evening Service 6 p.m. The regular monthly meeting of the "Our new service, to be known as I
Pleasant Grove United Methodist Concerned Citizens will not meet Nov. the 'Money Manager' Is further
I Church The Young Adult Choir 23 due to the evidence of I MUjtlWiAL I II
Thanksgiving holiday. If our commitment to retail
rehearses each
Wednesday Prayer EXCHANGE
i All an Important Issue come up there will banking states J.E. Tomliiuon. FARMERS I
Meeting Thursday' night. meetings be a special called meeting. president of the bank. "We feel that
7 30 School
begin at
Sunday at 10
,I a.m. will conclude p.m. services for the The BMS monthly PTO to meeting Meet of the Parent- customers by moving of this quickly new type to avail of service our I u.s. 301 N. Starke, Fla. 964.7871 I II

I day.Mr.. Morlah Teacher Organization of Bradford which was authorized as of November .
I United Methodist Middle School will be held tonight 1 by the Federal Reserve and the Ad Good,Through November 25th

: Church Methodist: Women The is meeting set Monday of at the 4 (Thursday, Nov.9)) at 7:30: p.m. at the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation I I II
school. All
and Interested (FDIC) through
a change: in
School .
p.m. Sunday 9 30 a m. The invited

Junior Sunday Choir School Is for asked a business to meet meeting.after citizens NAACP are Meets Sunday their regualtions a responsiveness we are demonstrating to the I r& I II

Church of God In Christ Bible The monthly meeting of the customer which ha can appreciate." .i
I Bradford County NAACP will be held Florida Bank at Starke will begin Iri
Sewing Band each Circle Tuesday will meet at 7:30 atthehome: p.m. The of Sunday Nov. 19, at 3 p.m. In the annexof offering the "Money Manager" plan I ) I
Greater Allen
Sister Ruby Thomas at Chapel. effective January i, but will sign up AUREa S 700I
I I Thursday. Church services will r.m.I Seniors to Meet customers for the plan beginning 1aacnuAtuss
I held The seniors will meet Monday, Nov. Wednesday Nov. 15. "Money dill: I ct'.lvr' ... I
Friday at 8 p.m. Sunday School: I : l nl..1I1 Oetp .
at 7:30
20 : The place will be
I 9'30 a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m. announced later. Manager" will encompass two ac "'" :5:1: 1>..ui'i. SIJII. M6drl. It.AM: 1 1I
counts: a checking account '
can be the customer's present ,account $276.30 :

I !' Brbdker NewsBy ) and a savings account. I v........H... $16535 .. __ .o' .... .. R
Money deposited will earn daily Feeder-Modal 6840
interest from day of deposit to day olf I

I JEANETTE PRESCOTT themselves.everyone thoroughly enjoyed withdrawal until a customer writes a Au nCrumb"'U 1'.I ,"."'r rlt... .......eI
PHONE 485-171J check. When the check reaches the
PERSONALS: BIRTHDAYS: bank, funds tocover the exact amount I 5OIb...... $9-00 1111.. \\1.u.. ",.1.\\.11. I

Mrs Lucy Edwards accompained extended Birthday and best wishes are will be automatically transferredfrom
I I. 2 F. S48i
to Karen
by her sister and brother-in-law, Mr. Sue Hodges, Nov. the savings account to the Ltar.i Superollll-
6, Alicia Prescott, Nov. 20, Paul D. checking: account. All funds I ,
and Mrs. F.M. Vickery of Gainesville, .
traveled to the Ozark Mountains Prescott, Nov. 26, and Orea Prescott, remaining In the savings account will I si. SAEM dlfa I II I .i n. 2 I 1..., $64 I

recently. They enjoyed sight-seeing at Nov. 30.LUNCH. continue to receive Interest, which Is $14.00 gel "
Eureka Springs, Ark., then traveledto MENU: compounded and paid quarterly. Universal.Creep Feeder a., 'u. 2 1.1 $66 I
I per caw
Broken Arrow, Okla.,.where they : with meat sauce, Additionally, the customer can
lettuce and salad, saltines Model CF-H $II2JOO "I' .. I.1'1."roll I I.
pepper choose to maintain ..
visited Mrs. Edwards' son Mr.'and; any minimum t1: \ Ktiuntl llu% I'vcdvSbnlHar
Mrs. Gene Edwards and family. cinnamon rolls, peaches, milk. balance he so desires to keep in his .ModiUUNKS
While there, their sister, Mrs. Inez TUESDAY: Hamburger steaks, checking account since no minimum 1 $82.00NtilM.nllimM .u.
Green of Brooker flew out and Joined rice, gravy green beans, rolls, milk, balance la required. There will be a Super IllM Oil .n.. 1I

them. They all toured Oral Roberts jello.WEDNESDAY service charge of$3 per month and 13 I -KW-IO WMgjai" L.;. : 1I I
University In Tuba Okla. : bread garden cents per check paid if the combined I B- $14.00 '1aroncaFtbO I
salad field french
peas, milk, I
On their way back they traveled minimum balances in the accounts Irrltfiit l.n(tun I
through Hot Springs, Ark., then pineapple rings.THURSDAY( total less than 2500. If these com (I lull inbuilt! pcr. ....
visited their brother, Mr. and Mrs. : Pizza, lettuce, bmed balances are over$2,500 but less I Kinn Noah Sul .,: I
Bill Hinton and family In New tomato. salad, corn, hot bread, milk than $5.000( ) the charge Is$3 per month $246.2 rl
Orleans. They also visited the pear.FRIDAYt and 10 cents per check paid. And if sun' cm-SARHO: C.;u-aplluintcnaneulrtw, ,
Vlckery's daughter Mrs. Ann Britton Beef stew and rice, the combined balances are over I cut.h $1 4 lI.tIt".I" I
and family in Fort Walton Beach. turnip greens corn bread, milk, $5.000. there Is a flat $3 monthly 7 d.J: pore.a.00. IJ \<,11 JllJlKlJnl);
Their trip lasted two weeks and butterscotch squares. charge.: ? If.. I-ufy ...turnedMudiNAII .
Asanaltematlve the bankwilloffer I 'HO \'JJI' \II7\ 1 1Mill
Veterans Activities Planned Sat. customers: the choice of overdraft Iripnltund Unlvewl.Ho Fountain ora.O. $.2.00 .....It 1I
I Day coverage at only$3 per transfer from M i4M11 1. Model-100
savings ot checking. This option will I <1 Fur II.C UHll i) the $54.50 .\I..ci.\I"2'\lI.III.\t1.1'. :: | | I
be called the "Overdraft Protection Sils4.il I-liHi-Kdiini II $45.00culh
Area veterans will observeVeter- their families. Each: member Is askedto Plan" and will prevent return checks "'.h .
an's Day, November 11, with a full bring a covered dish to the supper. and the penalty of over draft charges.: I $164.52 Mudilk MI-27..MI'271 .MJ 77 i
Lake Butler Post 153 has not 811I10(...ea."
day of activities planned by American Customers will receive a single' ieeaCu.'a rush
Legion Post beginning with break planned any Veterans Day activities, combined statement on the accounts b KJH: DomesticHi'ld : IHChIuber : $52.00I

fast at 8 a.m. at the Garden Restau but members are urged to attend the which make up the "Money I I:.', I:cnitt, i : .J $S. )0 .. i
rant. breakfast at the Garden Restaaurant. Manager" package. U"IL'ullnnl I
Veterans Day chairman Bill Haas r'" 1 51.00' r y Y,, IIIJrr1 canon I".l M r-r-T' I I \1111.11.,

said the breakfast will be Dutch: treat -_- II. ii . I ': I. 1 1'OH .\llanu' ) .e .au 13.70 *" I

and speeches,but an opportunity to I. :! I:MM l),>mv..rte A
visit, chat and talk about the "good r I 1-icldlrasa' Tarpanlin 66.80 TrT7t.

ole days" or incidents veterans USE REPORT OF FEDERAL FUNDS I I', .,! HO Tuff'! 1-jt.h" IMunllMi-:! I
shared the .
during wars. All veterans as .uthorized tov the tvs. $67.'o Roll 2it4y.uy

are breakfast Invited and and feel urged to attend this PUBLIC WORKS EMPLOYMENT ACT OF 1976, ASP laPtSunerPclleuwlehil'OK.ldunij 10"Olf
free to come: and I ;1 I ) $16.75 I
the Tide II. u emended, (Intl.rec..lon)
during breakfast
as each one Calf peveloperpellets. .11
I 10.Off 'j
After breakfast, the member of u emended ICner.1 revenue sharing) I 1:1': J /". lAmr,+rk S2"Cumhlnmhml'unet: : IJ I
Post 56 will display a number of I 11.\\1". liK-U.a'I'roselcrliyulppcJ I-()OHll.iiil.| .
American flags along US-301 within ANTI.RECESSION FISCAL ASSISTANCE wlthNclautI"JN
Starke. "All businesses and individual I $25.80 MHVl.e| I I IIW' .".il-U $I7.OO I l-K, .hR.'II

citizens are urged to display the The government 01 Bedford: :oimJv. h. used its 1 1 Iltll'IAumJInc $9375.00r.klim -
American ,"1OR.1dJnial. '
flag on Veterans Day said Inri.reces.ion tied assistance funds for the fiscal year '0..7t1. Ralern Implant
commander Otto .
Siemer. "The I
display of the American: flag will Indi co 9'30.77.1 a fallow. I $19.60 Roll. / .' 3 y =.

cate an appreciation to our nation's fAnunrs.csudly expended from o/c'III/ Rails;! S"Mtnlullnrh'dWIru s t$1 0 S'
Veterans and a wnwof patriotism" I I I,IOHSji.imi.ihtf: 1 1I 1I erhW
added Siemer. Function or I .
The Legion Post home, located at purpose or Cunvnt Clpiul

720 Edwards Road will be opened at expenditure __ I
noon for members of the Post to enjoy FIniU1e1 an 2 j e 3-
sandwiches and refreshments, i. ..ncr.' admin.FFDERAL 3boto 7 7

recreational facilities: and to watch REVENUE SIIARING I I 'ln ..Urll..SSHOMMIW
the football game being carried on IHM\\iI.\\1': Ihonu-ullu $565Q00 SOjly,
TV. Members of the Post are invited A copy ol ch. actual u. repo"on general eevcnue sh.rin1. 11 g4.
to drop the Post .
by home betweennoon end Intl''CllI On fiscal .i.rance lulld. and sop sting dais I > Tramisol Iniectable600co -
and S p.m. to visit and R..1I "
enjoy the $30.00
1 .30,71
vea.10.1.78 Iswaiiablr Iji
pI size.
Veterans lheF QQ
Day \
party. $44
Veterans Day activities will conclude at CourIIIO".unllUDcilian" ) during the houn ore a.n1' to 5 om I -.. (11'08.-\lollr., .) '__? '
with a public mapection.S =
supper at the Legion I yL'12'16"Chain, Saw .
home st 8 p.m. for the members and 1.and0'I.nkwltilkRplacvn
; a each '
I S22OOO i\lS\. *9.45 I
dfor r hrhx'
:( AT-S En-Pro-Al 37. Ufdveral Calf Creep Feedae* ......l'ull.r 3i lh.1.Jx 113 '
I, ,, Si..NN of ChielEx.tcucivw .r 'I ... \-0;; .' Single Soul Model CC100 27on 172.11 .

.. "\ CHAIRMIAR' BOAaOQ' ,. COUNTY Co"ss'rEPlS, Block' $,Q. .90 I.A 1
..... Title. 2710sw IlICh Gold Kf.t 514 HI Val
I "(.. \ $29.00 # Mineral-
ee4 e21t
Some people once bclitvtd /number $3"39 Rl:p taundry Dvtvnrcnl- 50 lb.baa Ss.so I
Dare .
that shooting arrow under a 2 It' t'i'e nisi
.. 1 $Io. O i
I fruit I : '5 '
tree would cause the p .Skunk.Mol-iuru,
v fruit to fall off the tree . 1.- Lftt V .....cur11 l-:/ $80.45f
just at the arrow fell. - HEMvlB .tttt4) It4eA (tits O


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