Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/04182
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 16, 1978
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:04182
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01 venten-year-old L *ty. Is l credited with Darren UN IVI I ER5ITY OF FLORIDA A to leave the rescue entirely'' Imports that Cramer's cries were training In swimming and IUe-.aving
life of a[friend and perhaps u U R WA1NI I ESVILLE FL 32611 .eon. r Ignored"By best friend who thought with enabling him to save Hayes' life. ulk .
fattier when meanwhile the organize ef"y he was clowning" were erroneous.! He He helped give the victim artificial
a fishing pal Don Cramer. 40, of Jack\tichtmaelt .described Cromer athletic until the
in as an type respiration rescue unit
caught a riptide off litU .____ 'H" f"''_.s.a-' "J,__,,_i .......,., a good wlmmer- and said "He would have been the
Island on AlA Thursday resulting, In the aria net all morning and the tide was coming In a little behind the least likely for something like this to All lo adults In the party were
the drowning of one man and the near caught them by surprise. Otto of the others when he bobbed up and down have happened to." He said the only Trailways bus drivers who had been '
loss of mother. group Charlie HayM who had DOt several times and started calling for way Cromer could have been saved locked out from their jobs In a union
"He" did a lot of rowing up that told the others he could> day Mid David Jones, the boy's in trouble from the start. hands more than full assisting Hayes answered the can but had been Jones said Monday that Hayes had w
father, describing the harrowing The elder Jones and his and Cromer drowned before misdirected! and
ion attempted anyone : came to the scene: on been released from the hospital over
experience caused by a tide whipped to help Hayes make the 100- else could reach him in the jrwtft- the wrong side of the sandbar which the weekend.
by a sudden northeaster, that caused, yard trip back to shore,but Jones said running tide their boats could not cross. Darell a senior at Bradford High v f/-a ,
water around a sand bar, where they he completely gave out about half way Jones said that early newspaper Jones credited his son's Boy Scout School. Durrell Jones

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Two persons were Injured bat neither seriously fan this ; SR-las. The van landed atop the car on the right and :Construction DilemmaDeciding
Sunday evening accident at the Intersection of US-301 and another car after the collision.

how to deal their cards in school will have to come out of a classrooms, construct cafetorium
2 Hurt Sunday City CollisionA a $2 million school building programbut different fund, however, since public $200.000.
I with only $837.000 to spend is the education bond funds were not approved -Brooker Elementary two kinder
problem facing Bradford school board for the badly needed cafeteria garten classrooms exceptional child

Sunday evening accident at the County Hospital Sunday night and discharged Starke. ran his car through a red light ,members at their meeting Monday despite Supt. Casey's efforts with the classroom resource room itinerant'
Intersection of US-301 and SR-1OO Wednesday, November IS, and was hit by a car driven by ArthurG. night Nov. 20. survey team and state education room, reading resource. $200.000.
ended with a van of two cars while Vickery was treated for minor Loudon, Jr., 58, of 1304 Pratt School Superintendent Tom Casey officials. That Is the immediate The above proposed construction at
and two persons Injure. Injuries at the local hospital. Street, Starke. Thornton was charged will recommend a list of 12 projects to problem facing the school .board Lawtey. Brooker and Hampton In-
The accident occurred at 9 p.m. with running a atop light. ''the school board Monday morning Monday- figuring a way to come up cludes changes necessary to move the
when Donald Edwin Vickery was charged with makingan James Randall but available will onlyeight with a BMS cafeteria with $70.000 left
Sunday Vickery, Moore 19, P.O. Box money cover eighth grades back to the outlying
17, of 819 W. Adkins Street Starke. improper turn by Starke police.A 22S Hampton was charged with careless of the projects. over from a prior f 1.2 million buildingproject schools from the central middle

tried to turn left off US-301 onto SR-100 breathiUzer test was taken on driving, driving with no driver's \ A school site survey team spent fication} that from was the In a different classi school in Starke which they now at
on what he said was a yellow light. Thornton after the accident showinga license and leaving the scene of an week before last in examining the bond funds and public be education/ tend making the outlying schools
Willis E.Thornton.63,of P.O. Box 245, percent blood alcohol level. A ,10 accident after the car he was driving Bradford educational program. Casey cafeteria. can spent on the grades run K-8. The school board has
Starke was traveling south on US-301 level on the test can be used as ground south on SR-221 in Hampton skiddedoff was successful in having placed on the Indicated it would like to return the,
and his car collided with the right side for a driving while Intoxicated the road and struck a parked car approved list for state constructionfunds Superintendent Casey and board outlying schools 'to K-8 to eliminate
of the van in its path turning the van charge. driven by Lila F. Rhoden P.O. Box the air-air-conditioning heating members have been working the past crowding in the middle school and to
on its side and on top of a third car US-301 was also the scene of a two- 257. Hampton. The accident: occurred' projects at Starke and Southslde week on ways to add on to the middle allow students to attend local schodr.TheabovgiprojectscomPletethelist.
driven by Roy Daniel Morgan 36, of car accident Tuesday, November 14. at about 12.30p.m. Friday, November ,Elementary schools totaling $35,000 school or use a portion of the present
Waldo. at 10. who and the walls erection /in gymnasium for a cafeteria without
Morgan's car was stopped a Moore was Injured slightly In project the available
for which la within
red light in the eastbound lane of SR- At the intersection of the four-lane the collision fled the scene but then Bradford Middle School ,to cost an going' over the $70.000 available in the next money The school board
highway and Call Street in Starke turned himself In to police two hours' estimated 100000. Capital Outlay and Debt Service year.
has $477.000 In
100.Thornton Funds derived from the sale of bonds currently public
was taken to Bradford. Donald Thornton, 31, P.O. Box 833, later. Money for a. cafeteria at the middle' ,on which motor vehicle license fees education bond fund on hand unspent
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expected to be at the school board .180.000: will be available July t. Supt
meeting Monday to pursue a cafeteria Casey says, making a total available, "
,Brooker Council Retracts June i :Action ; for the school. Food Is presently pre of fH.47MNIncluding the S7o,000n/
pared in the nearby vo-tech cafeteria CO&DS funds.Additional .

and satellited to two portable projects approved for
classrooms on the adjacent BMs expenditure of state school con

Asks ,Former Fire i Chief to Take Job Back] the much campus.small against Parent area in the complaints which food students as critical are not haveto so of just struction-Bradford here are funds High by School-the survey two special team

eat lunch, the Telegraph has been education classrooms $168.000;

Brooker's Town Council passed a In making unapproved purchases with but sometimes we will have to tell him because it would set guidelines after told.Proposed projects. In' the order remodeling $61.000.
motion at its Tuesday, November 14, town monies. no and when we do he can't argue withus and not before a fire chief was hired.If Supt. Casey has them listed for -Starke Klemcntary: enlargement
meeting that paves the way for Since the dismissal of Pierce the for half an hour." the squabble is settled over the recommendation to the school board of the media center. $1SJ.OOO;
recently fired Chief of the Fire Brooker Volunteer Fire Department During the discussion local volunteer fire-flghting force It would Monday morning are remodeling $08.000.Southslde .
Department George Pierce to returnto unstable take thorn from the aide of the Elementary media
has been In a very position engineer Jerome Kelly interjected a a at various schools Includ-
-Fencing : ,
that office should. he decide to take with Gene Raulerson and councilmanC. suggestion that the town draw up a list council that has long bothered the ing Lawtey Elementary and BMS center and additional classrooms,
the Job. J. Stalnaker holding down the of guidelines of operation for the board members. As Raulerson said, $32.050. The fencing was placed first $3H6.000.
position of fire chief for short periods revamped fire department and the "This fire department thing has on the list due toa safety to life danger .Yo-Tech Center1 shortage on PhaseIV
By a 4-1 vote; with only councilmanGene of time and some town residents( council seemed keen on the Idea. divided this council ever since I factor. currently In final planning stages.
Melvin dissenting the Brooker complaining about fire department Melvln's reason for voting against the walked down here to sit in forrnyf Irst The school board has 1583.000 in
board passed a motion brought to the procedures since Stalnaker, who decisive motion/ was apparently meeting." -Starke Elementaryreplace state funds available for Phase IV.
floor by Steve Nipper to let the board accepted the position only as an In- ,heating and cooling[ in, Building 3, but that Is $310.000 short of the total
request Pierce retake the job he was terim volunteer took over. $20.000. amount needed which means the
relieved of In June on a motion by -Southslde Elementary replace board will have to trim that amount
councilman C. J. Stalnaker on a 4-0 In a discussion that was loud and No Measurable RainIs heating and cooling In Buildings 8 and and be faced with a way to completethe
vote. Nipper was absent. Pierce was heated at first and then more calm 9, $15.000. new building In the future.
charged by the board not cooperatingwith and conversational the council and -Bradford Middle School- (Install] Money figures attached to each" of
them and going over their heads people In attendance came to the partitions to separate classrooms. the projects listed Is an estimate only.
agreement that, as Nipper said 100000.. Supt. Casey points out.
"Nobody in this town Is going to take RefrainWith -Bradford Middle' School' construction The school board can change the
the time and be as good a fire chief as and-or remodeling for cafe- priority of the projects within the

s a i :r George Pierce was." no measurable rain !In the first 14 days of November, the fall drought teria.-Lawtey$70.000.Elementary exceptional framework of building approved for

"I agree that we'need somebody assumed serious proportions for the county's strawberry growers, one of whom education classrooms two inter state funds but there Is not very much
who can put more time into It, ,s aid he replanted three times to get a stand In spite of heavy Irrigation efforts. mediate classrooms two primary room to change because of the lack of
Stalnaker answered, "Just help me An average of only 3.9 Inches of rain has fallen In the area since September 1,, classrooms, resource classroom. funds and urgency of the projects.
find somebody that can take it over and less than tha t In strawberry-growing area around Lawtey.For Itinerant classroom. reading Supt. Casey probably has the projectsin
Steve." the 10-week period since September 1, New River fire tower reported a resource counselor's office. $316.000. about the order the board will want
Nipper and Town Marshall Tommy total of 2.6 inches of rain; Louis Hill tower at Highland recorded 2.6 and Santa Hampton Elementary: convert simply out of necessity.
Raulerson suggested Pierce as the Fe tower was the most favored spot with 5.0 Inches for the period. kitchen to classroom Casey really didn't have a lot of
answer to the problem and after a Camp Blending reported .S41nches since September 1, while the Keystone dining choice either; he had to go by what the
area to library;convert library to two
fairly length discussion of the conflicts fire tower recorded 4.1. None of the weather stations measured any rain since site survey team approved. Casey
Saturday Nov. laTURKEYSNOOT that had taken place before and November I. The 90-year average for September and October is 8.5 inches. tried for three days but failed to con
what would have to be done in the Leon Starling berry grower west of Lawtey, said he had not had a good vince the survey team to place the ,
future. Nipper's motion was voted on shower at his place since AUlUat.With .bout''nine acres of Sequoias and Florida Inside. BMS cafeteria on the approved list for
Old 2 p.m. and passed. Pierce, in attendance at Belles he reported Belles the hardest hit by the drought,forcing him torep1antthree public education bond funds.
Daisy Station
On:101 North the meeting as he has been since his times In order to get a stand.He lost one-third of his first planting of Belles Local News :. :\ Pages IA-JA There are no funds available' for
dismissal said only that he couldn't because of the dry weather and is thinking of switching to aU Sequoias next Church Pago. ... . 1A construction from local tax funds. "If
To Raise Funds. give the board a definite answer until season. Sports ... .. ......A-11A we had any extra local money it"wouldbe
For A New Fire Truck he had thought about the situation but Mrs.W.P. Wilson at the Keystone tower said that Lake Brooklyn seems to be Social. .. .. .. .: IB-IB> going to teacher salaries, said .
i ByBCVFDOARAGE Raulerson said "we all know George holding its own In spite of the dry weather. The last reading taken late in Public Notices .. .. .. .,46 Supt. Casey.
wants to be fire chief, he loves that August showed the lake at 106.2 feet; seven feet above the 99.1 reading The school board went through what
Classified. Ads . .. .. OJ SB Supt. Casey termed a "hardnosed"work
job. ,February.In .
I During the last in a long series of session on the building program
Volunteers by America. debates on the fire department \issue last Thursday morning.

f a.m.-5p.m. the Council reminded each other of Guidelines Set for,New' City Zoning Position
Donation Welcome the problems of the past and said
Next to JC-Lu Motel Pierce assuming he took the job Correction!IIt

301 South backi would have to work more a meeting punctuated with required would be a high school or Epps. OgJ lby. and Warren apparently was incorrectly reported In the
Monday Nov.20 /y with them."I disagreements the Starke city college education. want the new employee to Nov. 9 edition of the Telegraph that
mean no harm when I say this, commission hammered out guidelinesto Both issues were decided on a 3-2 assist the city clerk when he has time. Starke Police Chief Jimmy Bowen
ELKS DINNER' but 1 just believe George got to use to employ a zoning and plan vote. The new employee will be a But they declined to name him an said the city will utilize inmate laboron
BPOEII02 thinking he owned that fire depart' ning official during two-hour work zoning and planning official, not an ,assistant to the clerk as Clerk Ed- the construction of a new police
Dinner at7 p.m.Meeting ment." said Council Chairman A. B. session Tuesday night. assistant to the city clerk. The wards and Silcox wanted. Itation.TM article stated that inmate

j, ... eta p.m.. .. Adams. minimum standards will call for a Mayor Warren in a statement labor would be used !.' Bowen's
-' BC ; ;; "Ever, body's going to have to give Major disagreements were: 1) high school education lest some 'which opened the work session, said request letter to DOC Secretary Louie
School t Board7pm.., a little,' said Nipper on the premisethat whether the future employee would be qualified# local 'applicants whose the zoning official should be separate Walnwrlght was approved In
Pierce wiD take the job,"we haveto an assistant to the city clerk and 21) experience might qualify them would from the city clerk. Warren Tallahassee.In/ .
Tvasday.Nov.ilSTARKE back him 100 percent In this thing whether minimum standards eliminated. from consideration. repeatedly stressed the enormity of actuality, Bowen approached the
Councilmen 'Harold Epps Ted the zoning and planning job the city Starke City Commission seeking
COUNCIL Oglesby and Joe Warren the chairman faces and said the new official will approval of starting initial talks with

.e," .. .1. .p.m.. .. .. . Early Deadline Set Next Week ;,carried the night with a 3-2 vote have his hands full Warren said the. Lawtey Correctional Institution officials.
over dissenting councilmen Vernon zoning and planning ordinance which Bowen said that he had not
NOSPITALBOARD Silcox and WUbur Waters. the city recently adopted, and which contacted LWCI SuperintendentJames
7 num.JKXStiB'S Due to the Thanksgiving holiday next Thursday, I 1 Nov. 23, the Telegraph will Guidelines approved on a 3-2 .vote calls for the new zoning administrator Wainwright when he approached -
c..-r publish Tuesday night so papers can go through the mail Wednesday morning. state,the prospective employee must states the position should be the Commission with the
NovM 24 \ r have at least a high school education separate from as opposed to under Idea.
For next week only early deadlines are set for advertising and news clerk. the
BilLBlMGS8PFLY : with a degree or previous experiencein the city From conversations at Nov 7
-Classified aid' Legal advertisements must be /In the'Telegraph. office. by zoning and planning, be willing to Silcox disagreed with Warren, meeting. It was incorrectly assumed
Of Starkewy noon Monday Nov. 20. live In the city.be willing to acquire or 'saying his belief that the zoning and thatUVCI Superintendent Wainwright
-Display advertising deadline 5'p.m. Monde .- to have a knowil edge of building planning job won't be full time and had already been contacted and
,. sot S. __ 96445076KyIM -All news Items must be in the Telegraph office by S p.m. Monday' if the news codes of the city have some Idea of that the new employee should assist approved the plan; and I t.tae'only
HttsMk staff Is to have a chance to get them In the early paper. Correspondents are management practices,. and should the city clerk. remaining step wu approval by Louie
""' Hwy fOO And' 21-A requested to have their columns the Telegraph office as early as possible assist the .city clerk In toning and Both Warren and Silcox said the Wainwrlght.
'4?3407): ;,"i\'LMorfdmdiAny new item'.which' can be brought to.the Telegraph. office day. ,planning accounting d finance.,and city clerk docs need help, but Warren. The,Telegraph apologizes, for thai: j '
'SaEWay wilt to ajriiBy1 '
;for"! .;; :appreciated. other areas as needed. See Page 2) error.


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... All Hell Broke Loose Hunter Says:'

heard the bullet bit hwr."be said Blending area at one time With the man also stated he was wearing a I
sounded like a bass drum." amount of hunters limited, and the florescent vest and that his beach
said he thought he amount of property in Blending it buggy Is painted red and white. So he
went a little hysterical when averages out to about l.ooo acres per couldn't see how they could: have been
the blood and realized his wife person, Timmerman said missed. /
been shot. "I do think that many hunters lack 1 t* N r
drove her up to where the hunters the proper Instruction though, Some people are Just Interested In
and summoned help from the Tlmmerman shied "Look before you killing deer and they don't care what r
responsible for her Injury," leap afire," Timmerman advises gets in the way" he stated. ..6v
old '"They knew we were there" he The accident occurred on the northeast r.
then put Mn. Timmerman In added, referring to the group of side of Lowery Lake about five .,
back d one d the hunter's pickup hunters they had Just met before the miles west d SR-21 in a wooded area
shooting Incident occurred.: TimmerA where visibility was obscured. .. s
drove her to the gate where they
the Rescue -- -
met by Keystone Youth Dies in Gun Accident r ,,r
couldn't praise the sI
I hit."I service enough. He said
unit was dispatched from Lawtey youth was killed and a according to Bradford County
which met the Keystone Keystone Heights woman was Sheriffs Department reports.
In order for a para-medic to seriously injured in huntlrpt eelated
Intraveneous solutions to accidents this past Sunday. Nov. 11, Deputy Glen Moore said Starling
i while enroute to the hospl W. Just one day after bunting season was fiandlrc) the rifle to a friend when I
If he would be hunting out opened. It went off. The accident: occurred at ,
again Timmerman said he Franklin 'Scotty' Starling 17, of Rt 10IS: Sunday morning In the home d
would. Asked if he thought 1. Box /26-A, Lawtey. was killed Instantly Mn. Lucille Cawley, where the boys r, Li LiI
would Join him he answered: when a .30-.30 rifle accldently had returned from a morning hunting I
discharged In the 17- -old's trip. ,
.a pretty strong person If I go, year lace
go with me."

also stated that he Hampton Road Hearing Set ,
think crowding !in the area was : Shirley Rising. left and Brian Edward, right display the horticulture exhi

factor noting that with the To close or not to close a Hamptonroad Tuesday night meeting, and the bit that woa them Bent of Show award at the Alachua County Fair.

permits issued now it limits the that was the question the council approved a petition calling for
of hunters allowed in th'
Hampton City Council faced In their
a public hearing on the matter, set Horticulture Students WinAtAlachua
for the regular December meeting,

Starke Attorney Richard Welty Other local winners
From Denmarks representing Hllmon E. I. Waldron of Students from the Bradford Vo- Joyce Wlnated with two firsts and a.

Hampton presented the petition/ to Tech School Horticulture class made second; Charles Puckett two firsts, a ,
the council for a roust alter a five another good showing at an out of second, and four thirds; Joanle
month struggle by Waldron to have town fair last weekend.
SUGGESTIONS Miller, !seven firsts and two seconds;
Furniture the unnamed road
running in front of Shirley DeWitt four firsts and asccond.Bill
his house close
and behind the
first with
Dungan, one a
Hampton Poet Office.
Waldron dIrt The class taught by Diane Westcott snake cactus,and four seconds; Cindy
contends that the ;
Bassett.makes entered their plant creations in the DeWitt, two firsts and two seconds;;
road is
too narrow, M feet
if only across,
pretty Alachua Country Fair In Gainesville,
forcing can to run off Into his
w.M UW rMMUttJf*,..w. yard, Nov. 6-12, and carted home another
: especially drivers under the Influence bushel of awards. Shirley of Eileen Massie, two firsts and a third;;
but it's quality that keeps it so. of the alcohol late at night, according to Lawtey and Brian Edwards of Paola Perri, five firsts; Shirley Ferm
petition. Also In the petition was Keystone,'took Best of Show awards two firsts; Gene Rising, two firsts;
stipulation that Waldron would over the weekend. Mrs. Rising won Sylvia Winters, two firsts and a
_r eAwyQlar pay all costs In the closing process, second; Ed Morgan, a first and
SIMM know how to .bola. Mlu. Into Mdi .pfeo of furniture th.troratumn and that a
nnle. The titan of UM lunury group VIII hrk..will,,b*MM easements would be granted fourth; Winzer Thomas a first;
In your lowly tradition ttlnf with HI IwWl UH of dralkrerMrf for the city to inspect water lines the Adult Best of Show award with a Clayton Sellers, a third and a fourth;
I crown, eared tf/Kt....... Bold err fmritad Iwntmr running along the road which Is Milk Plant that also earned a first
InMrnmt MOMS th* 8nU, Po>n flnwh on pc n ngrM f wood located behind the post office in the place ribbon and she also scored
"'_. lirrwMjIBd wood eompofwmt *nd ._ fwrdwoodt. Our city limits., seconds with a Christmas Cactus anda Louise Chastaln. a third; Robert
Grease*r* *t low Introductory *II .
tptc Mvfrtp r tlet wht" you nd
now to m k*your dining. arms a iHtlwj oocMtonlnefcoto Tempers have flared In the last Creeping Charlie. Edwards took Griffis. two seconds; Robert Jones a
month over the matter with several. first place and Best of Show for youths second and a third; Greg McClung, a
Incidents reaultln (. with a Swedish Ivy and won the Grand third; Pat Spongier a first for Bunny
On Oct 20, a burning cross was Prize for youths. He also had a cactus Ears; and Kathleen Humphries, a
i i $84995 found in Waldron's yard by Steve that won a third place ribbon. second.
Varnum. after Waldron called In and
reported it.Several pieces of evidence
/ "j were found In the area, according to
I CHINA HUTCH police reports, and Investigation is

j I f OVALT"aLl.w/ELeeI STORMS,1 ARM CHAIR SAM '"'. Council continuing.Battery chairman charges Ted were Curtis filed also on by ANNOUNCING I A NEW LINE

i I Oct. 20, against Waldron after Curtis
claimed that Waldron hit him in the OF: TV'Sitniai
I i face in front of the Handy-Way store.

I CurUssay.that Waldron asked "whathe ..----
I Curtis had. against him," ,,,,,xa.. +
I stemming from Curtis signing of an

I I t : earlier petition concerning: \ case.' ,. ;r'. b{

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stood his ground all the entire '

meeting.. At the conclusion when I
Edwards was writing down the employment -
guidelines the clerk finally
I had to ask whether the employee
1l I Ii would be under his supervision or not.
"He'll be a zoning and planning
official." Warren said and by the I
same 3-2 vote that's the was. .
Waters and Silcox and Clerk Ed
wards Indicated their belief that the
other three have already made up
their mind d a local person they wantto
have the Job. '
Waters said an intermediary approached Jj
a him about supporting a city j
\, resident who reportedly is seeking the
iI t Job. Waters and Silcox both said they ,
told the "candidate" personally they Yb

I -- cannot support him because of the
tl, manner in which the matter is being
i wt approached before the Job is adver r.
w Kt ,u J tised.

INs A Fact You Can Do Better At! "' ; "I certainly don't appreciate being
i approached in that manner" Waters
said near the conclusion of the .

meeting. .
r1 lAK-r1JRNIT Both Epps and Oglesby contacted
; ,. 6NM after the meeting said they simply -
didn't want local people qualified -- "-

II through experience to be eliminated. picture' Great rellabllltyl.
Both said their decision on the man
yt ., bl I .i for the Job will be made after the WDyno-ModuhrU Automatic
I ISlatkeF'lurida 'ao.eadar. __ ,,_
applications are submitted and -0.-. c color control

studied. bp'aMM MOrYwa.n-. ..........baM..- aowrarlbernrnaNabrarndnw' ......
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By the same 3.2 vote the council toon DuuMul rrmn t*von cnwig orwm t
434 NV Call Si decided to advertise the position SAV '50"
beginning next week in all three area PfcturvTub>
Phone 964-5827 newspapers and the magazine of the Th.teroi_oBi.Mcnim oun"m. NOW
Florida bn- ]lopro airtafity 9 5
Leagued Municipalities. *> = =c>n* < ONLY 3 9 9
December Applications 30.will be received until MWKMxnlcaBW, i


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a Tn Radiological Training Courses Here JoINt NrlsM Thoraton Calvin Thornton of Palatka; and Palm Bay, FL. and .0 great for the pas "5 year*. Mr.Hines was..

To bring John Nelson Thornton 62. of Rt. t 13 grandchildren. grandchildren.UraveaxM farmer an Army veteran of WW2 and :
local: tbni UP to dab on strictly voluntary," Thompson say Box 135A Lawtey died FridaYNov.. Funeral services for Mr. Thorntonwere funeral services, went of.1M .
tile Stanges m monitoring< radioactivity "Upon completion, however, you as lOt in Bradford County Hospital\ after held Monday In the New Klver held. Saturday afternoon. Nov.: 11.' In oprian IWI.lera.c\i .' Mra.
State 01 Florida through the an Individual will have better understanding an apparent heart attack. Qpngregitional>> Methodist Church Melrose Cemetery with Rev. Leon T Irene Woodard of Jacksonville and
Bradford County Civil Defense of radioactivity. Also, you,, ; L.om In faker County Mr..Thorn: ,,with Rev, Johnny Yarbrougli offlcla Odom and Rev. Donald E. Scheetz Mrs. Beatrice LaMonda of Graham
Agency, II sponsoring three courses, will be better equipped! to protect (on lived in High Springs until moving1".,*,tlng. Burial followed In South Prong officiating. DeWitt C. Jones Funeral four brothers: Frank Hines of
the lint to start Monday morning, family under radioactive to Lawtey In 1m. lie was employed,; Cemetery in Baker County. Archer Home of Starke, wa, In charge of Micanopy, Leroy limes and Dudley
Nov ZO, at 8'30 am In the county Anyone planning to take the course with the Seaboard Coastline Railroad ;i Funeral Home of Lake Butler was in irrangemcntr Hines, -bolt of Jacksonville and
civil defense bu ldirtg. Is asked by Thompson, to phone the section foreman.He was a member charge of arrangements. --- Robert Hines of Graham.
The will Radiological Monitoring Bradford County Civil Defense build- of the Brotherhood ot Malntanenc of t KatbBell Crlffls Funeral services were held
course be conducted Monday and Ing, 964-0280. > WAY Employees and he attended --- Mrs Katie Belt ,Griffin of Starke Tuesday!' afternoon, Nov 14. In the
Tuesday Nov. 20-21, and will run for New River Congrc'gauonalMethodlsl died Sunday morning Nov. 5, In DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home chapel
I' hours, *u day Monday and Church. ;"'' Mrs.Edith Starling Buff 71 Green Cove Springs following a with Rev W.C VanZant and Rev
Tuesday. --------- Survivors Include his wife, Mrs. lingering Illness. James Marling officiating. Burial was
( A 40 hour Radiological Defense Carma Griff Thornton; one daughter Mrs. Edith Starling Buff 71, of Born in Levy County Mrs Crlffls In Santa Fe Cemetery..
Officers Course Is scheduled to start 4-H NEWS ,Mrs Margie Barkman of Lawtey; Route 1, Starke, died Sunday afternoon moved to Bradford County in 1903. She ---
Jan. 8. Final course: In the series In a four sons, Ned Thornton of the U.S. Nov. 12, In Riverside was a member of the, Long Bridge
20 hour Radiological Defense Instruc Navy, San Diego California, 'DaleThOC'nton01 Hospital Jacksonville. Baptist Church. :\1,..Zilphia G,
tor's Workshop set the week of Feb.5. RaUord, Donald Thorntonof Born Sept.23.1907 in Clay Hill Mrs Survivors Include her husband Musr.N9
Radiological monitoring has Tonight Thursday, Nov. |.) at High Springs and Rev Alton Thorn- Buff lived In Jacksonville for many Sidney F Griff, Sr. of Jacksonville; Mrs. Zilphla G. (UKe, 89. of Starke
changed since the threat of nuclearwar 7:30 p.m. a special program will be ton of Lawtey; one sister, Mrs. Agnes years and moved to Starke In 1966, five sons; Purvis Kling, and Sidney died Wednesday! alt moon. Nov B. in
was Introduced during the early held on "Selecting Feeder Pigs ,for Sapp of Lake Butler; two brothers, She was a member of the Madison Jr., all of Starke: Emery Griffin of Bradford County Hospital after a long
I9601, points out county civil defense Show." H 1 William C. Thornton of Jacksonville Street Baptist Church past president Lawtey and Clinton Griffls of Illness.
director Jerry Thompson. Peace time The program Is presented by the of the WMU at Park wood Baptist Raiford: four daughters: Mrs Born Nov 9. 1HIW In Baker County.
movement of radiological fuel for use Bradford County Extension 4-H Agent --- Church in Jacksonville and a former Margaret Batten o? Jacksonville. Mrs Muse moved here, In IWH.; Her
in nuclear power plants has increased and will feature pictures of feeder and Brooker News member of Grace Baptist Church at Mrs Gloria Trlest of Keystone husband was the lute William K:
Thompson?, points out. slaughter pigs and their grades Starke. Heights, Mrs, Alice Rivera of lIWie.trll.: Muse was a member of
material, from an Survivors Include a daughter Mrs. Stockton Calif., and Mrs Jacquelyn the Sm>r.ia Baptist Church.
industrial source or from fallout A comparison will be made between By Jeanette Prescott Marlon P. Hawkins of Starke, three Ellington of Starke; 29 grandchildrenand Survivors Include two daughters
cannot be ignored Thompson US Number I pork carcasses and US Phone m-1711 sisters: Mrs. Frances Whitehead of 17 great-grandchildren. :Mrsera Olive and :Mrs Hose
stresses. "It Is a part of our everyday Number 3 pork carcasses. Entry "Down by the Creek Bank", writtenby Starke. Mrs Effle Carter of Kingsley Sumner both of Marke: a step
lives." deadline for the Swine. Show is Dottie Rainbow a Thanksgiving Lake and Mrs. Lucille Stoughton of .Funeral' services were held Nov. 7 duu"hU.'r.Irll: .lentils Harxev of,
The three courses are aimed at January Sth. musical being presented Sunday Jacksonville; two grandchildren, and In the DeWitt C. Jones Chapel with!) :Macclcnny. u step-son. Curtis Alu o
giving students knowledge and ability All interested producers. 4-H'ers night. Nov 19, at 7 p.m., at Brooker four great-grandchildren. Rev. Lacy Conway and Rev. Robert of Starke. 14\ grandchildren. 5(1(. great
to successfully cope with radioactive and F.F.A.members are invited. This Baptist Church. Funeral services were held Moisten officiating. Burial was In the /grandchildren and 'J great-great
material. Thompson says. The publicis program and 4-H is open to all without Everyone Is invited. Tuesday afternoon in the Madison family plot In Kingsley Lake (grandchildren
Invited to attend."Attendance regard to race, color, sex or national social will follow the presentation. Street Baptist Church with Rev. Cemetery. ___ Funeral service were held
at these courses Is origin. The program is being dedicated to the Roman Alvarez officiating. Burialwas Saturday afternoon. Nov II, in the
In Kingsley Lake Cemetery. :Macedonia l'on rt'l&otionlilI'thodllli:
Matured Christians Club. Willard Hints.60
DeWitt C.Jones Funeral Home was In ('hurchnlrth ot :
Mucclenn with Hex
Saturday Fish Fry Will Kick Off'Revival, The students cafeteria staff and i, charge of arrangements. Willard limes 60 of Graham died lames Starling, Hex Uurlo
I teachers would like to Invite all senior '<,!. Mrs-Carrie-- Sunday, Nov. 12, In the VA Hospital In Starling, and KWer: T (' \\IIIlam.
Clark Gainesville following a lingering officiating. Bu'ial'II in the 'lamely
citizens and grandparents In the
Set Nov.' 18-22 at HighwayAn community to Thanksgiving dinner on Mrs. Carrie M. McClellan Clark 77, Illness. plot in :Macedonia Cemetery DeVliit
Tuesday. November 21. The menu is of Hawthorne, died Wednesday night, Born July 11, 1918 in Alachua C Junes Funeral Home of Slarke wa
annual fish fry this Saturday, Special music will be provided by turkey and dressing with gravy, Nov.B, in Alachua General Hospital In County, Mr. Hines lived in Graham In charge of arrangement
Nov. 18 at 8'30 p,m. will be the beginning Rev, Ed Kirkland from New Orleans coconut cream pie, cranberry sauce, Gainesville following a long illness.
of a Fall Festival and Revival set Baptist Theological Seminary with mashed potatoes, sweet peas, rolls Born August 19, 1901 Mrs. Clark
Nov. 18-22 at Bayless Highway Baptist the aid of the choir and various church and milk. The seventh grade will act moved to Hawthorne area 43 years I
Church on SR-22S west of Starke. members. as hosts and hostesses on this oc ago. She was a retired clerk for a G&DKWIKKARWASHHwy
The church will hold its Fall An Fashioned Nile Service and casion. Invitations will be set up by general store, and a member of the
Thanksgiving Revival Sunday dinner will close the revival next the fifth and sixth grade. The third Baptist Church at Ranger W VA. 18 E. Starke. Florida
through Wednesday, Nov. 1922. The Tuesday Nov. 22. All former pastors, and fourth grade will decorate the Survivors Include her husband.
,revival will be conducted by Rev. members, friends, and the public Is cafeteria while the first and second Harry E. Clark of Hawthorne; a Would Like To Wish An Early Merry Christmas To The
Gary Bement the new pastor of the Invited to attend, says Pastor graders will dress as pilgrims and daughter Mrs. Virginia Tillis of
,church. '. Bement. indians Cost of lunch is 85 cents. If Starke; a step-daughter, Mrs. Person Who Stole Our Newly Planted Bushes & Shrubs.
you are able to come call the school: at Mildred Kummer of Palatka; two
4851812. We will be able to determinethe sons: Ivan H. Adkins of Fellsmere, We Had Hoped They Would Bring Some Pleasure TOur
number attending. FL. and Ray II. Adkins of Bran-
3rd Annual Tornado Day Set SundayAt chland W Va; four grandchildren: Starke Friends Who Used The Wash
Lanette Griff of Starke. B.W. Tillis.
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Jr of Valrlco, "Duncan Adkins of We Regret That You Needed Them Mor?'

Pine Level Baptist ChurchThis j St. Edwards News { Eau Gallie, and Diana Admins of

Sunday, Nov. 19, the Pine winning season.All the football
Level will honor all of players, coaches and the varsity Altar Society
the 1978 Bradford High School Tornadoes cheerleaders have been Invited to Mrs. Antoinette COBS, president,
and their coaches. share In the morning services in a presided at the meeting) of St. Ed- /
Each year the church pays tributeto Tornado Day at Pine Level. ward's Altar Society held in the parish
the team and the coaching staff for Alter church the team will be hall on Nov. 7. ,
their outstanding leadership and treated to lunch at the Holiday Inn The Altar Chairman. Mrs. An-
toinette Stefanelll. thanked all who .
umt OHmmgmmim mmm fgi ammmmmmmmm *** mammam ii -
assisted with the recent general
church cleaning.
Mrs. Cerri Rodrigue and Mrs. Jane When can save to 5 %
Time until :o'clock after which time the Bawek have altar care for November.
t'pped Cntil2:3o children left on the playground will be Mrs. Mary Humphries and Mrs. Pat
brought to the office to wait for Welty volunteered to do this work'
f Parents of children who do not rides during\ December /v 4Jusing instead
parents :: M ? ''
will want to note the following" j : Mrs. Mary Giiuy.'kocidl'chairman. gas ,
(Mange In dismissal tlnlef/rbmhewaw"*." liitllfifM db illtieof a great big Thank. 4 gave plans for a f,
on your children will he dismissed You to :Mr. Jim I JWHOO who did such '* held at the Dec riSOnPIf.pprt.Y.t\lf' M h ir : s4"il
from school at 2':30 p.m. to meet you a terrific job as Master of Ceremonies Sunland eiec rrclt I
on the primary playground by volley: ut the Southside Halloween Carnival. and members were asked to bring
!Road on fair weather days,so that you He served for the entire. evening in along a gift wrapped package for Sun--
them earlier than the land residents.v ; ,
may pick up this capacity '
previous 2 45 time. On rainy Plans were announced for a collection .
days the children may he picked up at Dales to remember: Thanksgiving of food lo be offered ot the parish to heat!
:2'4i pm, as usual at the covered Holidays Wednesday. November :22: ,. Thanksgiving Mass. This collection
wulkway front of the school after all (l'(7( through Sunday November 26. will be distributed to the needy. LCT :
the buMteM have left. I'I7H. School resumes on Monday Mrs. Josephine Cumber and Mrs.
The school will provide supervision ;November; 27, 1711.!' Kathy I'ernini served refreshments at *! *8
until parents! pick up their children or This week November tt.IIIs: '' \ the conclusion of the meeting. vn nr\
------ Children's Hook Week. Our library l Iscelebrating Following the meeting Chairman
Hook Week by putting out (:errl Phillips directed members in
loupe!Sing lots of new hooks for the boys and girls final arrangements for the ('hrl"tmllli
804. In Lake City: to chock out. Also, there arc special Bazaar.
lMM>k marks available land two new fe2s
The Salvation Singers of Live Oak. 'mobiles honoring Hook Week have CliriHlniuH Ku/iiMr s
The Singing Silcox Family of Middle- U'on hung from our nlrciidy crowded l ThcSI. ..:,Iwllrd'"('hrllllmmt lla/aar
burg and The Hcreans of Lake City ceiling. We hung lit least two t'vt'ry'lIr held last Friday and Silurdnv was *
will be the featured !Ringers this Satur. '\'( for Hook Heck. In our'display termed very successful. Drawing
day night. Nov. |18. 7-30 p.m, at Tison ease there is an exhibit of old child- pri/.cH awarded were f loo to Tommy
Auditorium in Luke City. ,rrn'H lMKks.some dating h.-itk at least Kleng and) (he hand decorated (Christ- o''
Kvcry: third Saturday night a gospel MI \carn. There' are many ways'we mllM Tree( Skirt to Mrs Kelly 1 1I
!Ring is held at Tison Auditorium. '(celehrate Children's Honk Week I l"I.ln..kl.
There is no admission charge. happy reading everyUxly'! CENTRAL MEAT OIIIII11111111N11'4Il $
---- Kp4igketll (timer COMPLETELY INSTALLED! Isrnltu iIIInIYJe,",,,
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----- !Mrs. .liwcpliine' Cumber: mxl !Mrs HERE'S WHAT YOU Inl E + '

IMNKI.KVKI.HAPTIHTnU'RCII: : SAKE: c'US" KHKNCKNOV : : : Muriel (:iilhooly are c'o-cluiirnicn of $4ffe tflk A 00 10,000ITO BAS FURNACE. I ( 1V1'NN' 14.w ,
IH& in the Spaghetti I)Dinner lo be held ut SIF.flvtiird'K ', i 1 B THERMOSTAT CONTROLSVlaW .
: Parish Hall on SIIIKhl"v .\.
SSUAYIOItSI'ol: : : (;. Radio The('hurch of.Icsus Christ of latter: I'll, from |1:111': to 11:1x: ) I'.M. SIX AIR sum DUCTS
Broadcast lWPXKi8-Xin: ,m.. Sunday Day Saints 'Mormon will hold a M. NECESSARY ONE RETURN All DUCT

School 10 n,m? Morning Worship II quarterly Slake Conference at the ::::-::; ::::::': $:: ;:::;::::1:::::':::;::: :: ::: :::":::::: .,: ?!iHJ WORK ALl LAROR t MATERIALS I
nm. KVKMNCAdult: Choir Gainesville; Slake Center located al READY FOR FUTURE WR a
Hehenrsnl30 p.m.. Training Time :.1745; ;Northwest \Kith lilvd.. Sal., Nov. ; Ctrd Of' Thanks ii. CONOITIONIHCLKTIICAL II II'ii ,

B 30 p.m.. Kvcning: Worship 7 p.m. 18.at 7 p.m.and SundllY.Nov. III. al 10u ..... ...
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Week Service 7'30 p.m.. Adult Choir In attendance speaking al these Our recent Had lows leaves UK with
Rehearsal! B'no p.m. mctttingswill, be Bishop. Richard grateful ht"lrtlllowlird neighlM and
Chirke. member of the presiding irienls.Their comforting expresHionxof
hishopric from Salt Lake (',Iy. sympathy mid InnughtfulneKK .
I'nilrd I'rnlrronlal
Church The Last Word In Comfort
20:1: N. Will rrSlrrrtRr The general public In cordially always IH renicmtH-red
invited lo attend those meeting. The Family of Elizabeth !ikwgbass'Inns
\. ( .1.. W HI. pastor

TuesdayPrnver.Meeting.. !"'.TO n,m.WrdneKdnv .
Bible Study 7':no p m. TTTTT7
FridayYoung' Peoples Service 4 Ril 4jT ii Ba,. Q
SundaySchool pm/ 10' a,m.. Sunday EVERY THURSDAY NIGHTis FURNACE
,Worship Service 7'3ft p m. It
church I'nited Pentecostal in a full gospel I FAMILY NIGHT

.)' 5:60: Til Closing 65.000 BTU'sHeats "
SI t. :Mark's Kpl: .rnpl Church sass..er e.ai 'J ,"
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'I'I'1IX.PH' 11.1171

ebi.TORiALSCI :J'COURT HOUSE. M, County Agony

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In OtherStates Also A

n This is a n Important time of year for

cattlemen. They should look at their

>', .. :, management calendar and make
Florida's vote against regulations capable of keepingout decisions and plans to successfullywinter

legalizing casino gambling was the unsavory criminal _,1/, ,0 '#J 'ri1 their cattle as economicallyand
l' '",:,
elements inevitably drawn to ; r' efficiently as possible. One of the

one-to strong likely enough-almost prevent another two try to betting operations. Bradford County's 1902 Structure ShownIn ( is biggest what and and most how they important will feed decisions their

by pro-casino forces in the .:. cow.

election two years from now. "Voters in Florida and western '

Those who engineered the Massachusetts in rejecting Some consideration are what feed
pro- New Book Architecture
on nutrients are needed which nutrientsare
to avoid
casino campaign indicated that casinos also were smart
available on the ranch or farm,
they accepted the decisive defeat the law-enforcement difficultiesthat and which nutrients must be pure

and had no plans for making Las Vegas is having in Bradford County' historic 1902 It is the largest photographic the old courthouse showing the full chased or grown. When and how these

.1 another try two years from now. trying to eradicate mob influence courthouse Is featured In a recently documentation of this phase of height of the palms. An architectural nutrients will be fed or utilized also

from its gambling halls published book entitled "Court American architecture sine the camera with special lens was. used important.

1 Not only in Florida but in four House," comprised of a remarkable projects of the 1930s with 24 for this purpose since an ordinary Of course cattle need many different

other states the voters defeated In Georgia where bingo is collection of photographs and essay; photographers taking 8,000 exposuresof camera would not take In the full nutrients along with vitamins,
1,300 American in
courthouses slender
The of the
depicting the spirit and Influence that height palms a
proposals to introduce or extend legal, voters approved a proposalthat the courthouses d American have on unique photo of the 1902 Bradford closeup frontal view, minerals, and good clean water

government sanctioned betting would give the Legislature the communities where "they are like courthouse, framed by Its two, However I the major concern for
the necitcd
$ operations and a fifth state greater regulatory authorityover a paperweight In the center d town towering Chinese palms was IncludedIn Bradford County's old red brick in mostCHltlemen large quantities.IK nutrients These protein,
full in the Florida courthouse with Its clean lines.
\ down a page spread
operated by churches holding everything according
neighboring Georgia approvednew games lecds: of concentrates, and
Richard Times-Union of November t It Is the without the ornate treatment that energy
to Pare, compiled the
controls on gambling. and other non-profit massive book. only picture taken directly In front of clutters up many structures built roughage A good balance of these
Apparently more and more organizations. And voters in around the turn of the century was feed materials more important than

Americans seem to be waking up Virginia turned down a plan to among 300 out of a possible 3.043 for each U.S. chosen for the another.A .
to the true story behind those legalize horse race betting. county
misleading something-far- good fertilized grass! in the spring

nothing claims that have been "Resort areas such as Miami Pare a Britisher, says his work on and summer will generally be u

used in recent years to delude Beach and the Berkshires shouldnow the book put him a lot closer to theAmerlr. balance of thellt" nutrients and will
"that isn't found in the big supply enough to meet the needs of
voters into accepting gambling as turn their to older calves and
The of Councils cows. old
Purpose Regional Planning cities. Court houses bring out the
a cure-all for the states' financial improving and developing their basic American ideals and values or dead grass will have plenty of
natural attractions, and other roughage but will he deficient In
reflecting the aspirations of the timesIn
tourist facilities to help their Is.to Assist Not Dictate, to Counties which they were built." protein and energy iood hay will also
supply energy' und roughage, and
The Christian Science Monitor economies" says the Monitor.
some cases! enough protein for mature
is done and Editor Telegraph' E.W. Hodges. Mayor Harold Epps of In commenting on the book Judy :
comments that experience may And unless this Starke and Commissioner Robert cows. Poor quality has' will not supply'
Wells Martin of the Times-Union staff
I be opening voters eyes to the eternal vigilance maintained, we During the recent political cam Scott of Lawtcy. said, "To anyone in the South those ample protein or energy

fact that gambling's 'easy mono v' can be sure the gambling in- paign charges were made that sensations (brought back by the
Bradford County was under the"control" I believe it obvious that the recent There. lire several supplemental
will be not in
may be fraught with problems back-maybe courthouse photographs) begin with
feeds the market lodaSomc'
of a bureaucracy known asa charge that "the toning board is the lire
not the least how 198U--but sooner; or later. coolness high ceilings a sun banishedby
bring to devise Regional Planning Council that vehicle the regional council to force shades. Next the smell- concentration of only protein und
came minerals, w hale others contain
"made decisions" for the protein
county. its regulations land
upon us through
musty mildewy, Not the green damp
IlDd.or energy feeds For example
.. Is not factual
use planning a
of mildew but the brown kind
Now that the campaign Is over, I statement. The fact is variety can buy a range mix that has u lot 01nonproleln.mtroltt'n'
very simple:
that with yellowed In
What Were The Voters feel! that I should explain the real The Regional Planning Council is an comes papers that cattle ranconvert
Saying airless clots, ink dried Into dark This
into protein. mix cities
functions of the Regional Planning: organization made of local
up crumbles. ashes layered and
i not contain or roughage I>Iht'rprOIl'in
Council in order that some of the governments which provides servicesto energy
I Sound-always echoes-of'
I misunderstanding and misinformation its members on request and all IIUfPIl'mt'ntli like pellets iimlblock
I On November 7th ? on this subject will be other duties and responsibilities that slammed scraping metal files and swatted protein* and no energy U to -to percent

I corrected.I are placed with the Council, whetherby dies.
I state or federal regulations and
would like for the people of ureadvlsory only The Council has no "With the sound came people. The Some liquid feed mixes contain
Political analysts have had the party from exercising any Bradford County to especially note authority whatsoever to impose its ones outside who watched and some protein Misiiall: n lo ::1 t.l: per*
more than a week to reach their substantial voice in makingthe cent IInd l : or conccniriile lied
very that the Regional Planning Council Is will upon local governments or laughed and gossiped and shared the energy
: conclusions and interpret trends laws of the land. composed of your elected officials, citizens.If day's happenings with whoever like citrus or cam molasses other
and that all decisions relating'to liquid feeds an lust citrus! or Mack-
in the November 7 voting but happened by. The ones inside whose
clear-cut decisions as to what the Mr. Drummond believes thatpresidl'ntial Bradford County are made with the an any time you would like more boots or high-topped shoes hit combination strap molasses.and There combination are also nther ofteen
consent of your officials and not by complete details of the services wooden floors with loud echoes down '
voters to has been .
were trying say are power Federal aailahlc.1111his
some rendered
agency.It to the people of Bradford long corridors who rustled papers
I hard to detect. declining for more than a grade, County by the Regional Planning and who rubber-stamped officiously

i I while congressional power is is easy to see why some citizens (Council we will be happy to answer making or cataloging the consideration hc 1011I1\ cattlemen haveseveral
On Constitutional Revision increasing-and unless the might misunderstand the purpose of your inquires. happenings of the day" >R and choices lo
regional makes ho'n planning their inter feed
planning councils what they
there is no doubt. They were Republican, party can regain are.. and what they do. This.'is L.M. Gaines. Director The courthouse book program Thofec l that is t.dlol'. be
I t saying a loud and clear no in something! near equality among primarily because these Zoning and Planning i iI tained., in paperback or may hardback ob herd or ranch might!: .mmFlrogsal! lor
Bradford County, but in congressional voters (and"'it 'organisations"(and there are some OdIn ; .If' < Bradford County \ cover another rlght-ncrnivrtthM road,

Congressional races over the didn't last week) it will face a existence throughout the country I k'termux'the kind and amount or the
serve the local governments that various lash l injtn.'tlwllbctllir cattle
nation the victories less exile from the seat of
were longer make up their membership rather will card, and then shop for the IH-S!
clearly defined. political power in Washington.As than serving individual citizens. & prices Ix-foro buying
Nevertheless these councils are FORESTRY

Another wholesale constitutional for issues other than important to all citizens because they byllankCochran in There addition are lo other.Iced purchased. consideration Iced stulfs.

revision such the candidates another give us an increased voice at every -r
as Washington level of and Winter forages like r)c'. ryegrassand
i complex mass of proposals that writer Joseph Harsch. says assist cities government.and counties in they reducingthe also clover! are important and necessary

faced l the voters last week cannot voters are dissatisfied and cost of providing services.In FORESTRY INCENTIVEPROGRAM on ,m.mv (farms and ranches. These

be held for another twenty years uneasy over economic and other forages_ along rnughagr with native can range r.siu.enulritions tanother

but this does not mean that the conditions in the U.S., but art- fact our Planning Council places nm and economical "Icvd if

Constitution cannot be changedin still not willing to do anything primary emphasis upon delivering Thinking about building a new the best results can be achieved for a managed properlyManagement '
services to members. It provides a home If you are. I tip my cap to you. minimum cost to you
a method that would be more radical such as abandoning the .
professional staff search for federal With all the reports of rising lumber : ( of these crops in
acceptable to the electorate two-party system by dealing a grants that may be available adviseson prices, many of us cannot conceivethe Direct seeding a site where sufficient liKk-s proper lime, seeding and

death blow to the GOP. They different and Innovative approaches idea. seed trees are not available ferl iIi/.utlon rates and gash gra/mg;

The legislature has the powerto gave both parties some victoriesand to delivering services and But what causes increased prices will be a new practice implementedthis management. These crops, like the

place proposals for changes in some defeats and passed no helps us deal with state and federal paid for lumber, plywood and other year. It is a form of artificial cattle themselves need certain
when but the "|, ,,1"| nutrients that wr'call
agencies problems come up. building materials There end results lertilier -
are many
the Constitution the ballot clear at the ballot box
reasons,and a major cause is the lack 'favor characteristics of natural I The major| fcrtili/cr nutrients
and has done so many times in on President Carter One of the most important service of timber resources. %'es. the boun- regneration. Basically qualifying an nitrogen, phosphorous and

the pj!'\i. This can be done by Bradford Countians receive from the tiful forests are v ielding to residential lands must chopped: or burned to p .la..h. Small grains. and grasses. newt

t restricting each amendment to Harsch observed no big trend Council, and perhaps the most con- developments shopping centers and expose mineral soils prior lo all three of these elements in large-
the ballot troversial one is In the area of recreational parks. And the fact spreading at leant one pound of slash quantities while lover and other
one question on thatit
so toward 13 anti-
Proposition ( technical assistance. We have been remains, a major component of their pine seed( per acre.Pay ments are not legumes need( onlv phosphorous IIncl1".III.h
can be voted on separately and taxation) voting and detected a able to secure top quality professional construction is. forest resources. to exceed Ho: .oo per acre, ,

not Jt1'Oupl'dth a mass of other strong feeling that cutting assistance on an "al-cost" basis in
isUl'sOme!' good and some bad. government spending would be a meeting the state-mandated Kach of you owning idle lands can November I November ;.Ml is signup \\t' know how much of each one idthese

as was done in the November 7 requirement that we have a com help fight the cost of future timber period for the liffit-Tu program. major| elements lakes to grow
more effective way of stabilizingthe prehensive development plan for the products. How It's simple. Plant And on those sites requiring lillle |per airithese. .crops With a soil
wholesale revision. In this
way than cutting taxes. analysis to determine what is alreadyin
economy county.as well as. zoning and subdivision pines. preparation plantings can be conducted -
voters can buy or reject each He believes this thinking is good regulations.This work cannotbe this inter. the soil we can readily recommend

proposal on its own merits and since tax cuts without budgetcuts done without the assistance of And to help >ou with the costs how much of each should lie applied

some of them will doubtless be would stimulate inflation professionals and to get such expertise associated with tree plantings the5"S The amount of mont.'our countywill during thegrotingscasatln' producea
,\ office has some forestry newsthat 1"ll'I'OP ol nutrients 'Iced,
approved.As from any other source would receive' for forestry practices,
and further weaken the dollar, have been much more expensive than could be very important to vou. will! largely he determined on the

while budget cutting, with or the cost of using the Council's staff. number of persons applying for forest tall or come l ItUltlr Count
for the outcome of the without tax cutting would And. even with this expert help, the It concerns the Forestry Incentive practices.' So if you are even thinking Agent's .>l fireif you would like todiscuss

congressional and gubernatorialraces restrain inflation and strengthenthe County Commissioners still make all Program t.'IPI. If both you and about starting or improving a stand of your winter feeding program
throughout the nation no final decisions about our plans.It your land qualify the program Mill trees. SIGN I'P! Its a lot easier to or the nutrient needs <4 your cuttle ormips.
clear dollar. pay' up to 73 percent of our costs, not cancel your request than to get the .
cut trend discernable.
was to exceed at specified rate. allocation
county's increased.
Conservatives of both parties had Harsch concludes that voters is also important to note that. in ........... ....
hoped that results would show addition to being more cost effective. Tree planting cost-share rates If vou have questions, or further
a "want something done but any
the local governments that make up range between SI9 50-S102 per acre. information is desired. call .i..Iu..i.
tide of jour (!l'i: [
strong voter
opinion prefer to leave Congress and the the Planning Council also control its depending on the amount of site local ASCS office or contact our
running in their favor, but- centers of state and local activities which" means that this is not preparation needed. For example county forester. You must apply! for

generally speaking-the wins and government in the hands of an "outside organization" telling an'shat planting on sites requiring no site the practices before work IK initiated. alTla[ ,
losses of conservatives and to do. It is our organization and prep say an old corn-field. you may'
liberals seemed Democrats whose record shows the only one of a regional nature that receive up to SIS SO per acre. For .....hv \\llllamK.lla .....
to cancel each concern for those of the "
segments and
voluntarily organized
areas requiring heavy equipment t. a West Madison 1'eteransS'r
other out so it cannot be said population who would be most trolled by our local elected officials. .. maximum of S102.00 per acre may' be officer

there was a clearcut decision for injured by drastic changes. At Only local governments belong to the received. .\mond some 113.111111( Florida

either side. the same time they want to keep Council mine counties and eleven RezoningIssue \'t'te'ran'dmtnhllration pension
cities and some 70 percent to 80 .Additionally payments can be beneficiaries who will receive \'.\
Republicans around as potential percent of the individuals received for natural regeneration annual income questionnaires this

The GOP handful alternatives should the representing these local governmentson measures. Common practices are To Be Heard \l'arII ill he some .Viixxi C'lderh'.t"tt'l'aM
gained of
a Democrats fail them badly in the the Council are either city or prescribe burning or chopping the site \. and children of deceased
House and Senate seats and future. The American voter is county commissioners. For example. prior to seedfall. provided an .\ public hearing has been advertised wartime veterans Mho have never

several politically valuable but represenalaives from BradfordCounty adequate number of seed trees. are for 7.30p.m. Tuesday.!' \'. before been asked to fill out the forms.
not to decideon
governorships-but,on the whole uneasy ready are County Commissioner present These practices are where :311.! at the ('ItlIall on the request of The questionnaires must be completed

their gains were somewhat fewer any new directions, or pick John' and Shirley- Sherman for and returned to \'.\ to prevent
new leaders with radical ideas. rezoning propertat the southeast losa! of pension in 1U79.M. .
than those that are usually corner of \V Madison and S. \\est- Petersburg "'.\ Regional Office\

racked up by the out-ofpowl'r But whatever their beliefs and ,BLf moreland SI. from its present KI-C Directorilliam It. Black\\t'IJ.: said

party in an off.year election. hopes, the fact remains that co single family residential pending legislation makes it
According to political columnist p classification' to B-2 community necessary for the VA to gather income
Bradford voters continue to turn
commercial\ information on children
miwiji receiving
Roscoe Drummond. the out at the polls in larger numbers pI pension benefits and pensioners age

Republicans: made no significant than the state average or that of : The property is presently used by 72 and older ho have previously been

progress toward redressing the their neighboring counties. On .' the Shermans for operating a service\ exempt Irons completing the income
station which was"grand/atbered fa"when
being on the VA
long-standing one-sided November 7.Bradford turned out ,?,ON the south side of West Madison rolls for two successive: '
Democratic control of Congress.. 65 percent while Clay County was changed from commercial to Pensions are paid to wartime

He points out that the GOP has voted 55 percent: Levy. 56 Publishers residential under the city's new land veterans with, nonservice-cnnnected\
lost 22 of the last 24 use plan. In its present status it can be disabilities ''who! meet income
56 and Published: each .
percent: Gilchrist. ; only Thursday and entered as second Class Matter used the Shermans for
by a service limitations, and to their
Congressional elections and this Putnam with 68 percent had a at the Post Office at Start, pie. under Act of March 3. 1870. station as long as they operate It. but widows and children. eligible

long sequence of defeats keeps better record. I' cannot be converted to any other type Currently, the annual income: cutoffpoint
Subscription rate In trade arM *7 per year 84 six. months.Phone commercial .
use.The for
; single veterans is 53.770.
Outside trade area: 'a Per year 4M Six Months: \'eteransI'ath! dependents cannot

"CurbMity It. In great and generous minds the first part an j o 4.n* Started :Marina will be conducted by. earn more than 15.070 and still be
and the ....." Florida the City Planning and Zoning ;aardrdal MCible for a \''\ pension.\ The annual
-SamuelJolMUOII .Ul Interested parties will be hea income limitation for dependent
this time. children Is $3.080. '

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live more Entry I-IThonk8 ivin" Community; ; ServiceThe I I
Dre am rl stT week, 23, and more entries from Bradford Recent entrants are Stefanle Lynn -
pushing! the Pageant 1 and surrounding areas are being Cubbage, age nine, sponsored by Bradford County Ministerial God", (text Psalm 103'1-2) will be
the contest number of entries to 14 for sought Pageant coordinator Debra Andrew Drugs; Stephanie Sowell, Alliance sponsoring the annual Joint brought by tho Rev. Jack Hand
"h""'_.2. that will be held In Start. Jordan said girls and boys from Union age three sponsored by Sonny's Real. Thanksgiving service on Thursday pastor of thu First Presbyterian.
and Clay counties are welcome to the Pit Bar-B-4: Michael Bryant, age November :J3. at 10 aum Church of siarVe.nks ,
moved backrtoiSSaaturday ha* been event that has geographical three, sponsored by the Garden Tip l'uWic'its iltvd$ to, join i11 1Mttlvliri
November The service! / Is to be !told at St.
restrictions. Persons Interested can Restaurant; Cynthia Ann Dowllng. bft1l and fi* HM to considerthe
contact Debra Jordan, Rt. 1, Box 388. age five, sponsored by Underwood !Mark's Episcopal Church. The source of all blessings on (Ms
Lawter, Fla..or phone 782-3220: home, Motel and Restaurant and Renee message entitled "Gradltude for Thanksgiving Day 1978.
or 964-5105, work or Margaret Ann Johnson 17, at Lake Butler, sponsored > .
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Bennett at 964-6258: after 5 p.m. by the Farmers and Dealer .
Bank of Lake Butler.
Contestants who were already
entered in the contest which has i d
3xf divisions for Tiny Dream Boy. ages 3- Cynthia Ann fowling
1 8 t Tiny Dream Girl, 34; LitUe Miss .,"'-
Dream Girl, ages 7-10; Junior Miss
f +F M Dream Girl, ages 11-15; and Miss lti
wMichael Dream Girl ages 16-21, are: Deborah .
Ann Cross,age 8.sponsored by Gerald Methodist Youth Activities
Brown Insurance; Shannan Smith,
4, sponsored by Smith's
Shop; Susan Denise Crawford, Boyd 7 Last Saturday. November II, was a special part of the morning worship
sponsored by Badcock Furniture age and fun filled day at the Circus for the service next Sunday November 19 at
Methodist Youth. the First United Methodist Church.
Appliance Store. MaUna
Rrnae Johnson Gave lunch time picnic at The 'which
Following a program consists of
Browning 10,
age sponsored by
Above, Jejetta M. Lee, 7. sponsored L y Circus World near Haines City. poems, prayers, readings and special
Florida tho began their day at music Mill be
by the Florida Bank at Starke. Cathy group presented to show our
the circus a side show thanks to God in
Schoening, 17, sponsored by Thomas by enjoying preparation for the
Bryant Realty, Tony Denise Martin 3, magic show a participation circus:! ,an celebration of Thanksgiving./
actual circus and a movie on the
sponsored by Diane's Beauty Shop world's movie The Church will leave .
Jean largest screen. van the parking
Starling, 3, sponsoredby
National Protein Inc.. Chastldy The rest of the day was filled In with lot at the Church at 6 p.m. this
tw Dawn Starling 4. sponsored by Stephanie "_ell an elephant ride u roller coaster and Friday.November 17.All youth going
Noegel's Auto Sales,and James Brian many other rides and games.Attend to the Tornado and Live Oak Football
Mote, 5, sponsored: by Holiday Inn of while runnerups and second runnerups ,Ing to the twenty-four youth for the Came should be at the Church no later
Starke. will be awarded trophies on day were Dot and Don"Denton. Sybil tho 45 p.m.
; --"
Winners In 'the basis of Dempsey Marie Folk and Carolyn -- ';"
each division will beauty, poise and per
.Eaves Don
receive a crown a trophy and flowers ,.tonality x Denton
The Methodist paOTwliT F a Youth Director

Strfanle Lynn CubbrdgeMalina

Shannon Smith No Service

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exiting daily through the '83. ........ .... I Gainesville, Florida 32601 '" 'i I ",
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j Yellow Jackets Sting BUS r -TT'TcT : --- \I


I : "i In Battle for Playoff Berth _

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St. Augustine's Yellow Jackets after the Tornadoes were flagged for but the punting of Scott Allen kept the Bradford failed to drive and puntedthe
chewed up Bradford' defense for 331 having 12 men on the field on a Yellow defense out of trouble. Allen ripped ball away but got their best
yards total offence and turned back Jacket punt. The penalty cost punts of 39. 4>. :27, and 33 yards in the chance to score before Intermission
the hard-fighting Tornadoes 14-7 Bradford 15 yards and possession of first half and finished with a 37 yard on another 'Jacket mistake. With less
Friday November to, in a pivotal the ball and SA.burned In from the 23 per punt average for the game! than seconds left In the half Wilson
battle for District 5-AAA playoff on six running plays for the score that St. Augustine threatened midway moved out to a slotback position with
)onora. proved decisive. through the first period when they Bradford's coaches yelling "watchout
) SA now has only to beat Palalka BUS Score First sprung Wilson off the left side for a 23 for number ;31.' Sure enough

Friday. November 17, to earn the Bradford, now 6-3 had jumped to yard gain and got to Bradford's 16. Daniels dropped back to throw.
Tornado end Mark Mosley then belted eyeing the streaking Wilson all the
District title and its second consecutive the lead on their first possession
playoff berth. If Palalka can stunning SA with a pair of Jeffery Wilson down at the line of scrimmagefor way. Marcus Cruce rapped Daniels
pull off an upHCt the four team loop Norman to Dwayne Cummings no gain and a third down pass just at he threw and the ball floated
fell Incomplete. Powers tried : Into the middle of the field
would again end In a three way tie for On a third and seven pass attempt aimlessly
first with a principal'! vote breakingthe from passes.the BIIS 23 Norman skied a a 33 yard field goal but was well off where linebacker Tlmmy4 Jones ..
deadlock. Last year the district looping pass Into St. Augustine the mark. caught It at the 28 and rambled downto ; '. ., '-,' ....
Jackets Move Again the SA 17 with 14 seconds to
ended with BUS. St. Augustine and towards Cummings and two go. !
Palatka tied for first with the 4-6 I Jacket territory defenders. Cummings rose On their next possession the BUS Field Goal Tornudorl Dwaynr (dimming Number M. Ooil.iltl KrtMish. .'11. MjrH)
'Jackets getting the playoff nod over above the coverage took the pass In Jackets moved again this Ume from try Rushed. MoHley. background and Irank Swindell. 71, clout in on Si. \UUHllni. ( upe }.,
6-4 Bradford and 5-S Palatka. stride and held on as safety Eric Wise their 32 to the BUS 30 with a debated With no timeouts left Bradford Htr Sammy ttllnon. ,, ,,
I In Friday's game St. Augustine swept his feet out from under him at 15 yard spearing penalty against elected not to run play and throw the Wilson wa surrounded Ibis lime but earlier In the game In'found u hole In tnirBHH '
loaded with players: who advanced to the SA 38. Three plays later the Cruce fueling the march. Isaiah ball out of bounds but Instead rushed defense and used his 1.6 speed on a AN yard Tl>rail ,.
the state semifinals a year ago. Tornadoes were faced with another Jenkins and Frank Swindell turned In Cruce and the field goal unit onto the
dominated the BUS eleven but never third and long situation and again :---- (
could put the stubborn home side Norman lofted a bomb to the
away Even without blue-chip running streaking Cummings. The 6-2 safety-
back Jimmy Brazel. who didn't run at wideout bounced up above the defense
all from scrimmage the Yellow again and hauled in the pass an he was '
Jackets blasted for 243 yards! rushing falling to give Bradford a first and 10 !
against a Bradford defense that had to at the St. Augustine S. w
weather the infantry attack without A Norman sneak moved the ball to l (
noscgiuird Kevin Reddish (out with an the four and Marvin Tyson. who _ ( ,
j, ankle Injury) and without linebacker rushed 18 times for 78 yards his ( : : "
Danny Ilildebran for nearly half the second lowest output of the year ) \
I game. Ilildcbrun was knocked silly punched the ball in from the four on a 1 >
early In the second period and didn'treturn off tackle run behind Jay Grlffls.
to the hard.hitting fray until Allen Scott and Mark Mitchum. ( i .
the third period was almost over. Marcus C'ruce toed the conversionkick
Even with their ground success the and BUS led 7-0. ( $
visitors produced only two scores. Jackets Even Score : I
Onewana lightning-quick68 yard burst It didn't take the favored visitors : I
by 140 pound sprinter Sammy Wilson long to knot the score. 9.6 lOll yard I .
I that erased a 7-0 Bradford advantage dash man Sammy Wilson lived up to ;!: :
In St.Augustine's
and turned momentum
the billing Bradford's coaches gave (
favor. The other was a 1
him of being more dangerous that the :'; : !
four yard run by sophomore Charles Brazel. On the Jackets '
I I'M pound
that climaxed an 83 yard
Mason second play from scrimmage Wilson I : ,
march. The second TU came
ground wiggled free in the BUS secondaryand : j: : (( ;

hauled in a swing pass from BUS! defender Richard Mllncr No. 21. Mark M.nley.HI. SA' 1I.7'wln with. his white helmet nml l>"(' ( :
quarterback Keith Daniels that went and Danny Ilildebnn. SI. break down to stop Yellow punishing running. :
Dr. Joel F. Katz for 14 yards before Cummings could Jacket running back Charles Mason. Mason stood out In I :"\ '
I corral the elusive slotback-halfbuck. l
PODIATRISTFOOTSPECIAUST Two plays later Wilson took a pitch stops\ as the home club toughened with field for a 27 yard attempt. Without in to slow the 'Jacket : ;
II from an upback position. zipped into a their backs to the wall and SA had to enough time to set up the kick was and force a punt. But. as >
hole between tackle and end and punt.The. rushed and well off as the clock ran more than once In the I
streaked 68 yards down the right Yellow Jackets made a final specialty team was : t
out.Bradford had first chance to take who should be on the field (! ; : '
1"be; sideline to paydirt. Allen Powers first half bid to score late In the technique'J'
j 4 Road kicked the extra point to tie the game second quarter. A 47 yard pass from the lead In the last half. On their first injuries) and the : ;: ;
77. For the night Wilson had 106( yards!! Daniels to Anthony Smiley, who was possession after a Jacket punt the whistled for having 12
Building D Suite 111 rushing in seven carries and 28 yards wide open on the left sidelines placed! Tornadoes marched 54 yards to Inside field. Six plays later
receiving on two catches. the ball at Bradford's and two runs St. Augustine's 30 before faltering. catapulted Into the endlone
I The rest of the opening half was a by hard.charging sophomore Charles Tyson had 30 yards along the way but four to give his club a 14-7 : /
Gainesville, Florida hard-belting struggle between the Mason netted a first down and moved was stopped as the goal line neared. loot in the door to the pla\ '
Fred Woods-Marcus Cruce-Dale the ball to the five- first and goal. SA The Jackets followed their defen- : .
Kogers-Dwayne Cummings led the was then stung by a 15 yard illegal use sive stand with a ground march that BUS Threatens (
Phone 373-3077 Bradford defense and the RonnIe of hands penalty that was spotted on a chewed up 71 yards and nearly eight BUS gamely threatened f
Baker-Avery Anderson led SA downfield block and moved the ball minutes. Mason was a workhorse on in the battle as the .' i
stoppers with neither unit surrendering out to the 20. Daniels tried to throw the drive continually snapping Cummings combination '
Omitted From The Yellow points.Bradford's Into the endzone to tight end Roger through arm tackles and getting 4-5 fourth down pass out of
offense couldn't solve Klipstine but Cummings, who gloved yards a crack after handoffs from
Page Listing the aggressive SA defense (the almost anything close to him this Daniels. a rugged QB who picked up threw a scare into the
Under Podiatrists. Tornadoes had only 71 yards rushingand night picked the pass off at the eight choice real estate himself on keepers.The contingent. :
eight first downs for the game) and returned it to the 29. Tornadoes had the threat quietedonce Bradford had held the
when Cruce and Woods pierced downs and taken over at '; .
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Bradford's Cindy Griffith took thirdIn Desloges. I 11'I :!'I. und \ 1 t I I I 1 .
the Saturday November 1 II 1. Hegion Tallahassee Leon. I.eon \' I I ,
I I Cross Country meet to win herself a portion of the meet with ::12 I I
II II I spot in the State Championship meetto Gainesville: Huchholz. 51)) i : I ;
II I be run this Saturday morning. Tornadoes came in with ; \
I November 18. at Jacksonville San- points
laaLLsl dalwood.I Bradford finishers ; .
? While her team finished seventh were Judv llankerson, : : ( '
I : and out of the running for the state I.easure. 37, Valery ( : ,
meet, Griffith carved out a 12'03 timein l\nn lx>per. 5(1.( and I'am : 1
the Region meet at Tallahassee to Griffith has been lining I ;!
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rBrlldford High and Orange ParJi'taeers: ; Tinoff Clay Tournev. I

!Bradford High's basketball team v vh .JL Sr W
win open its 1978-79 season at the Clay \ and will be hard- a good jumper who had nine points) nadoes as a ninth grader and has I
aunt)' High School Thanksgiving for the Clay and 20 rebounds for the Baby Tor- potential.AMonthOr .
itatknariii Green Cove Spring, 6.6 points
j November :23-25. a game for the
I The Tornadoes will Up the "" r-------------------.
tourney ''
off against Orange Part Wednesday, : '';.;<.; : 6-J letterman,
action.povember 22,at 7 p.m. In first round ,," ; 1): ,, !:,'''" ,;:'', ..Ions and qualities will be I

Following the BHS contest ';'1".,' ," ,(\ (, >, pot. la limited I
Keystone Height will meet Mac- r, I. he averaged
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denny-Baker County at 8:30: p.m. rebounds In 23

with play Gainesville continues Thursday Buchhols Nov.and 23 St., .... joo' : : out of 70 the assists.two pint- I
Augustine tangling at 7 p.m. and the the JV no a I
boating Blue Devils squaring off 12.7 points a
gainst Jacksonville Victory TornadoesTHe's a I
I Christian In the second game. .. this small,
The semifinals are set for Friday I
night with the BHS-OP winner : will also have to 1
meeting the Buchholz-St Augustine load for I
victor. A third place game and the ft.6 points as
championship game are scheduled for In 1977-78. I
Saturday night November 23. 1I
Bradford roundball boss Warney : 6-3 Junior, Kevin
Atkinson says he doesn't know what to man for the
expect from moat of the teams In the and will like!) I '
season op*"!"/? tourney, including for the varsity 1 1
Orange Park.'TWe know they're the had norms of 10.7
only AAAA school In the tournamentbut a game last more You ArcRay's
they had hard times last year andthey've h he's'v
got a new coach so It makes 5-9 senior Is one of
them sort of bard to figure,"Atkinson players with
said. him, but he has
Clay County has to be the points with seven i I
tourney favorite" the BHS Head last year. ElectricOf
Coach remarked, "1 know they'vebeen JV graduate,
playing all summer and fall and Brsdford's Charles Lee, left and Oliver Marks, right, points and 9.2 Keystone Heights' ,
they'll be at home. Of course, we go through tip drill as the rest of the Tornadoes look on Tornado. He is a
wont be conceding anything to any- basketball practice session. The BUS cagers are touch and leaping
Atkinson( recently tongue-ln- Wednesday hurriedly preparing November for the 22.roundball season which opens fourth varsity I Now Offers A Surge Suppressor That I
a 5-11 senior He
178-7 Tornado bunch that finished 12-10 year getting Has ATrack, Record Of Cutting Kilowatt
Boys Basketball Schedule
six wins In their last seven
Junior Varsity-6:30: P.M. Varsity 800: P.M. young up to help hard-working the varsity team, making that : averaged I Hours Used K-35 % I ii

Wed.Nov.22Clay High Thanksgiving Invitational Green Cove Springs to practice last week fit as a fiddle last per game ,' .
Fri.Dec.1 season.
Tuell.Dec.5 ,Bishop Eastside Kenny Away Away eager nadoes to were play.6-6 Last early season but whipped the and the gets Tornadoes off the i This Could Mean Hundreds Of Dollars Savings t t
St.Augustine Home of their last 17 opponents ln 1
Sat.Dec.9 Palatka Away third-ranked Green Cove-Clay In To You I II
Tue.Dec.l2 Bolles Home ''District Championship : 6-1, 209 pound !*-V, I
transferred from t
Thurs.Dec.M Clay High Home Because of their inexperience .
Fri.Dec.15. Buchholz Away season could be another. schooled For More Information Call
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Tues.Jail.23 ,Ocala Forest Away
Thurs.Jan.25 St.Augustine Away
Tues.Jail.30 Bishop Kenny Home
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Tues.Feb. Live Oak Home
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cheeked that his 1978-79 squad will be last year's 18-10 club he has a nucleus
"small,'slow, and sloppy' but that's of talent that promises not to let that
Warney and thoother has only one record slide too much.
starter and from The starting unit from the Baby

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I Tornadoes Close Regular; Season.. ':at :Live Oak ; Post-Season Still Up in Aircould I

-- L wtdeout and safety and the Suwannee "aggressive and a good play reader"by
tan and
With at least one post-season game hosts whipped Madison and struggled .last ball game of the season?We haveto hurt u come if we're out tnrowuiM not ready." Countyclub like to get the ball In hi* Bradford scouts and Ross Is a good

to be played (because of the accepted past Class AA Jasper-ilamilton get there ourselves and play mentally a good ready football to go The Bulldog run from a power,[- hands alao.Defelllively. hitter from his safetv ..oot."They'll .
Elk Bowl bid; see Warming the County 10-7 to win consecutive game up formation much: of the time but
Bench Bradford' last football butilost their first sixgame l\ rj4thelr game. will how a 1defenae -, '
i ) game "You never know,we can still maketheplayoffs quarterback Tim Robert, a Live Oak be tough), said Hurse.
against Live Oak-Suwannee County most recent outing to top ranked know end runner" according to BUS IDOIt wUl "Live Oak always has a tough
and we we'r goingto paser aft lima cum the
November 17, will be a County 284)) Still they hue "
Friday to
Perry' will the ball around team.
at least be in the bowl gam4 so we scout, can and put up. ,hUt scrappy
chance for the Tornadoes to regain aren t classified a*a breather by BUS Brown's favorite receiver 1* \ The Bulldogs are coached! by first
for said f ixes of
have to stay up game, lessmeenn defense
assistants. on
momentum before their bnwl game Coach David Nurse or his defensive backfield Coach Mike sophomore running back Fred Patterson frc year man Brent Hall, who was a BUS
clash with Lake Brantley or a stillpoMlble "They've played good defense all Hartley. Hartley issued a warning to ,a 190 pounder who I Ia also rateda loose) but their stop crew has been a nemesis during a highly successfulstint
playoff game year" warns offensive line Coach season. Linebacker Ocala Forest that ended laat.aea.m. .
"Live Oak has top runner for the 'Dog Number at
The Bulldogs are only 2-7 a* they Bob Hancock.: "They get after you and his secondary group KelvinthFothis rd Is described asise .
had some Injuries but they could begetting five, James ROM, Is a 811,150: pound
ready to end the season In the game we know they'll be hungry since they
that will be played In Live Oak. The have Just won twice and this I Is their some of their people back and

Packers Terror 10-12 FootbBengals >all Tiebreakersagain I

for the Packers who scoreoTatwo
The Packers won two overtime W-Caters
point conversion to beat the
thrillers and the Chargers ripped the In a game that kept them In first Hampton Gator In a game that was
; Bengals 28-0 to cut the Bengals place the Bengal cot TD' on a 20 tied on fIvedifferent occasions.
4I league lead to 10.12 Starke Recreation yard pass from Richie Fender to John After a 28-28 regulation tie the
Hag football. David Francis, a 10 yard pas from Gator scored on their tiebreaker possession -
Thursday. November fl: Francis to Micole Scott and a IS yard on a five yard run by Jackie
from Fender to Tommy Crosbyto lead but
t Packers Chargers OT) .pas. Norman to take a 34-28 were
beat the Hampton Gators. held on the extra point try. The
The Packers scored a must touch- The loser's scores came on a 40 yard Packers came back to tie the game ona
I {rt down in the tiebreaker period on a run by Brad Russell and a 43 yard one yard run by Andy Chaff and won
The Fern'Shack 4 pass from Andy Chaff to Kevin Johns pass from Michael Carroll, it when Chaff tossed the conversion'
and then won the game on Chaff Tuesday November 141 pas to Kevin Johns In the endzone.

extra point run. Chargers 28-Bengals 0 Earlier Packer score came on a !
late heroin
Before Chaff's the
from Chaff to George
tie The Chargers ripped the first place' five yard pass
team played to an regulation
10 toss from Crosby
Levasser, a yard
with the Charger scoring first on a 30 Bengals:28-0 as Richie Fender ran for
from Chaff to i
to Johns, a 22 yard
TD's of 40 and 23 yards, returned an pass
yard pass from Richie Fender to Levi '
1 Johns,and a 10 yard strike from Chaff
Interception 10 yards for a score and
Simmons and the Packers countering
x had tallied
The on a
to crosby.
Open 6 Days A Week 5 A.M.8 P.M. Closed Sunday on to an George 18 yard Levasser.aerial score The from Chargers Chaff Simmons pitched a,10 whose yard scoring Interception pass to aided Levi, IS yard pass from Robbie bpintze to
Monte Glisson. a 25 yard run by,
scored first In the tiebreaker on a five the Charger shutout effort. 40 from Glisson
Gllsson, a yard pass
yard pass from Fender to Simmonsbut P.ekrrs31.Gaton34Tiebreaker" to Michael Carroll, and an eight yard '
couldn't convert their extra point. magic came through
: run by Glisson. !

I Coaches Agree:, Tornadoes Played WellIn I

i ii Friday and Saturday Disappointing: Loss to St. Augustine"They r


"It was a very, very disappointing Hurse as he reflected on last week's worked hard all year for it so
I Nov. 17-18 loss because it meant so much to the 14-7 defeat at the hands of St. it's a tough loss to take.
kids," said BHS Head Coach David Augustine "St. Augustine Is a solid sound football
team offensively and defensively.
I and them '
we played tough. Hurse
Everyone Welcome Specials Throughout The Store '...................__........ .-.__ ................... said.high school"You won't football see game a much and better'the'

people that did see It had to enjoy it; I
just wish we'd won It. I'll tell you
REGISTER FOR FREE PRIZESTo T though, I would much rather lose a
WarmingThe game like that than lose a game like
i the Ocala Forest game (a 6-0 loss)
where we Rave it
Be Given Away Saturday, Nov. 18 At 8 P.M. away.

You Do Not Have To Be Present To Win. ry "We still have an outside shot at the'
Palatka beat Sr.
playoffs if can

Here Are Just A Few Of The Items To Be Given Away: yy R Augustine 17))," Hurse Friday said, agreeing night (November that that

doesn't seem likely but noting that'

Hunter's Jackets Reels and Rods (Fresh And salt water) BenchWith them"nobody last thought year." Palatka would beat

Hunter's Vest Tackle BoxesHunter's "I'm proud of the kids

they hung In there," Hurse continue!
Lite's Finder
Spot Depth "We took the second half kickoff and
Buddy Colling moved the ball down the field and
Cooler And Other Items 1 might have taken the lead right thereif
--- not for a dropped pass and then late

Tornadoes Bowl-Bound...... In the game we moved it down to their
Win Your Thanksgiving Dinner Ham Or Turkey All Items To Be Given Away
25 on that long from
BHSchances for a spot were nearly put to rest with Friday's 14-7 pass Jeffery'Norman
Are Displayed In Our Store, But You Must Register To Win d loss to St.Augustine but Monday the Tornadoes voted and unofficially accepteda to Dwayne Cummings ,We
.. bid to St. Augustine's : to. ohblrttty'< > eadedoM'naortrfpfs *"itblllt
1iI..J'ed $ (
Eltorlfov1.' ,T .? / score but just couldri' t quite .', ; q Saturday night, "
Class AAAA Lake Brantley will provide the competition for Bradford In the "We executed pretty well offensively
Here Are A Few Good Specials Thanksgiving weekend event.The Grenadiers (or Greyhounds? I forget) are 7* their -
against defense which
Low Prices Thru-Out 2 on the year with their losses to Gainesville and Orlando Colonial and have like "
During Our Grand Opening had football was tough we expected it to be,
traditionally a pretty good big-school program. Hurse stated. "Marvin Tyson ran

hard he got a lot of yards on his own.
I Spinner Baits Reg. '2" 99C ...But Would Rather Have Playoffs and Doug Reddish did a good job of
while They Last! Yes, Bradford still has an outside shot at playing the night before the Elks pass blocking for Jeffery Norman.
i Some Name Brand Re" *2" 99 Bowl in a first round state playoff game. If :Palatka upends St. Augustine Jeffery threw the ball well. He layedup
Plugs Friday, November 17, the District 6 AAA chase would be thrown into a three those two passes to Dwayne early
way tie between the Tornadoes, Panthers and Yellow Jackets, necessitating a in the game and also had a couple of
Camper's And Hunter's Mini-Stove Reg. '19" 8" principal's vote to decide the playoff contestant. good passes dropped."
Last year the district ended in a tie between the same three clubs and St. Offensive Line Coach Bob Hancock,
Augustine got the bid much to the disgust of Bradford grid boss David Hurse, eched the feelings of disappointment
Extra For Hunters whose Tornadoes were 6-4 to the 'Jackets 4-6. The reasoning behind that over losing the contest that would
Special decision was that the district representative had to have a majority of the have sent BHS to the nlavoffs with a
principal's votes and after a 2-1-1 poll (with SA BHS, and Palatka voing for win but also had praise for his group.
themselves and Green Cove voting for Bradford) the Tornadoes were
100% Virgin Wool Shooting Gloves With Trigger Finger eliminated from consideration because they had gone to the playoffs the season ,"I'm Just like the kids, I'm mighty .
before.By the same reasoning St. Augustine will probably be out of luck if they disappointed" Hancock said. "We
While They Last 2" Reo *a" lose to Palatka Friday because as last season's rep they would be tossed out of were looking for a didn't big win and I
the vote after the first go-round. By the way, Hurse argues that this majorityvote played well but just quite get it.
stuff is ridiculous and whoever gets that second vote from Green Cove You can't take anything away fromSt. I
should decide things. His thinking makes sense. Augustine though, they did what
Shells they had to do.
Shotgun $1 75Federal SA Worthy of Playoff Spot
Limit 3. Please, "Our offensive linemen all had good I
No matter what happens Friday night the Yellow Jackets would go to the "
Buck Shot 12, 16, 20 Gauge 5 Per Pack, playoffs If I was pulling the strings. They've had the best season of the four efforts at times in the game, Han-
clubs and the had to win.. the Tornadoes. cock said "We were confused at
2% Inch (Magnum Slightly Higher) league won game they .against tough
times but we had a good overall effort. -
Even looking past the statistical dominance they had over Bradford my
sideline Impression of St. Augustine was that they are a heady, experienced. Fred Woods had an especially good, \
aggressive bunch of football players that have only tocut down on mistakes and game and got our Line man of the ::*::
Shotgun Shells Llm n 6 87 penalties to make a good showing In the "second season" Remember their Week ,Award. Woods also took the:, g
$ Par Box beat player,tailback Jimmy Brazel didn't play against BHS. Defensive Lineman of the Week ?:
Award to become the first Tornado to, >

Field Loads .12, 16, .20 Gauge Shot Sizes, 6. 7%, 8 & Friday and Saturday Only AAA Castle CrumblesThe win both awards outright in one week: g
Defensively Bradford played withS,,
wall fell down Florida.top five Class AAA teams last week causing a out two starters for most of the game ''Snoseguard ,

Brand New Shipment Insulated, Reversible teams.major shakeup in the top ten poll and making playoff spots possible for a lot of ( Kevin Reddish didn't play, a
.at all and linebacker Danny M:
Game WinnerHUNTING The top five who got whipped last week were No. 1 Ft. Lauderdale Aquinas, Hildebran missed nearly half the, jg::
JACKETSCamouflaged by Pompano Ely 13-7; No. 2 Ft. Myers, by Arcadia DeSoto 10-7; No. 3 Bartow, contest) but allowed only two scores fs;
CLOTHES by Auburndale 13-7; No. 4 Cocoa, by Titusville Astronaut 38-7.: and .No, 5 to the Yellow Jackets. .jj!
Gainesville Eaitslde, by Ocala Vanguard 1813. ..:t
All Types Just Arrived With so much confusion pollsters couldn't decide on one number one team this "Overall we did do a good Job
Come See Cover-Alls week and picked three. Aquinas g-1, Palm Bay 8-1, and Perry-Taylor County 8- against them" said pretty Defensive':
1,share the top sopt with Milton,8-2 moving up to fourth,and Bartow 7-2,tied Coordinator Mike Sexton. "We did
for fifth with Ft. Myers.8-t,and Jacksonville Bishop Kenny,81. make some mistakes though that kept
Four teams with two losses are ranked In the top 10 this week so it's hard to their long drives going.We would I
You Must See Our figure why 8*. Augustine, 8-1. didn't make the ratings. The 'Jackets are in the and hold them and then give playagood
Specials. also received,votes category along with Gainesville Eastslde.Bradlord' long run or pass to keep them on up the a.:

move and then there was the time-
.District Changes AgainIn when we were called for too many I

Displayed Throughout The Store the Florida High School Activities Association's ever-changing world of men on the field when they were' :y
district realignment BHS has been shifted In with new brethern for next Fall. punting and they got the ball back and, i
The Tornado football district now includes BHS and the Alachua county took it in to score
schools Gainesville high. Buchholz Eattilde, and Santa Fe. along with Live
Oak. The FHSAA realigns the districts every two years because schools "I'm still proud of the kids for the
OO JUJ01JD( W oaoooaa J i UJ01J Vfi'1Jl5ffid change size and move up or down in classification).The first realignment plan way they hung In the game until the ..
had the Tornadoes still competing with St.Augustine, Palatka.and Green Cove. end" Sexton laid "I guess we'll just ;
Then New Smyrna Beach and Daytona Seabreese were thrown Into our (or have to wait 'till next year."
Live Baits what was our) district and BUS Athletic Director David Hurse first hit the roof Sexton said Woods',wa. credited'f' :f
A k About Our Ask About Our over the thought of traveling to play those two schools and then applied for a with 12 individual tackles on his way ;
Fishing Hunting district change. He got it to the defensive front award 55
Big BuckContest Big Bass yfl The new district also includes Perry-Taylor County at this time but Nurse Is
LicensesManagement guessing that that westerly power will move into a district with the Tallahassee "We really did a pretty good job,wet :::1
Contest area schools before the Fall. just -couldn't stop the big ,play.' '! y'
Area Permits //f! For the next two years at least,Bradford football schedule will have the five Secondary Coach Mike Hartley said of I --os
district contests and probably the five "traditional" games they now play his defensive backfield foursome "On
against St Augustine,Palatka, Clay County,Baker,and Ocala Forest Wilson's 68 yard TD run we had/ him
Plenty Of Pull-Through Parking covered on the outside but our inside' f-.
Tyson Should Get"Modern"Record contain didn't cover up and he just got

Barring Injuries or a power failure at Live Oak Friday night Marvin Tyson behind us." 4 ....
We Appreciate Your Business I should break the single season rushing record for Bradford High but put an "We were worried that Wilson could
asterik beside Marvin's total. It will be a modern yardage record. because of the. hurt us if Brazel (the Jacket's bill ; ::
,I The Fiahin' Shack unavailability of older records gun) didn't play tailback," admitted
Tyson has scampered for 1,349 yards In nine games thus far In '78 leaving him Hurse." "He got a step on us and was, :
just 22 yards short of the record of 1,371aet by Malachi Henry In 1972.A 151 yard gone.
1005 E. Water St. game would crack the 1,500 yard barrier. ,quite an accomplishment for a big Hartley said Dwayne Cummings
and Dale
school running back.comparison Rogers shared the 1
.. Defensive J
\S P Hwy 100 Starke, Fla. Chaste By Gainesville High quarterback Johnell Brown has 1,289 yards Back did of the Week Award. ?I
v rushing and Jacksonville Wolfson tailback Derald Williams called the No. 1 them a good job against the tun
064-9909 RB prospect in the nation by some scouts) has 1,228 yard with one game to go and Dwayne came fee with the big
for each. Neither Brown or Williams have carried. the ball si many times as has Interception at our yard line'if
Bradford's workhorse Hartley noted,

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Raiders KODolphins Baby, Tornadoes Fall to Macclenny Baker 12-6 I

In pradford'i Junior Varsity football r
team closed out a 1-7 season with r
another Ions, but the Thursday.
6-9 Football November 9. defeat at the hands of
Macclenny-Baker County was termed
"encouraging" and a "super effort"
k The last place Raiders knocked off by BUS Jv Coach Sam Chenoweth.
441j the league-leading Dolphins and the "l really believe I If we played all
Steclers beat he Cowboys to pull Into a season like we played In the second
4 Tf second place tie In a &-. flag football half Thursday night we wouldn't have
week shortened because of Veteran' lost but one or two ballgamea- we -
day Wednesday. November 8' played that well," said a proudChenoweth.
Raiders 19-Dolphin 14 nsYgy+ ,
Chuck Coburn scored: on TD runs of Even the second half effort wasn't,
to and eight yards and threw a scoring quite Rood enough to claim a win over
the rival .
Wildcat Bradford drove the
toss of U yards to Hal Wood to push
ball the the four late In the witha
the Raiders to their third win of the
1x year and dump the Dolphins to their Bill Goodge Darryl Thornton pass
doing most of the damage but the
third loss of the season f
Dolphin star Wendell Shanks Nit locals t 'couldn't punch It in.

paydirt on runs of 32 and 33 yards but
"They the KM
gave UB opportunity we r.'
his effort proved not enough to turn juat-couldn't get the ball In the end-
backthe testy Raiders who were down one," Chenoweth said "I'm still ,,"
The Baby Tornadoes a tenacious defense last Thursday but Mill Ml to
74 at halftime. \'IIrlproud of the.ktdsfor the way they Macclenny IZ-Iln their last game of the(season
Slerlers s.Cowboys s handled the pressure late In the game.

4- Ron Brown's six yard TD run was Nobody panicked or choked, they just were cited for tough offensive play chuckli'd. "I guess Couch Hancock
all the Steelers needed as their kept their heads together and moved while defenders Thornton and Kenny 'Bob Hancock. uM"ilant.lrIIlt\
defense clamped down on the the ball down there almost like a \Mack were praised, Also punter coach'' summed it up then h<> said
Cowboys and moved the winners into varsity team." Kenny Bo Griffis had his finest you work all sour with the junior
J t a tie for second place In the Starke ''\Coodg, Kenny Etherldge game." according to coaches. "I"itIInd when thev finally Marl
flag football league.Currcnt sun- DeWayne Strickland. Richard Stilt, "After that kind of game we wish doing until you want them to do the
.f" '(.. dlngl' Dolphins 93. Steelers 64. Junior hchoemng, and Mark Cowart we had 10 more games" Chenoweth KCa! Cowboys 6-6. Raiders 39. "
( .

Kitchen's Tile Closes Out Unbeaten Season as Starke ChampsKitchen's I

Tile closed out a perfect 8- Charlie Green threw touchdown halftime scored: on five TD passes by another Hcore.
0 league season in Starke men's flag passes of 10 yards to Bill Ratliff. II Chris Chandler covering 44 yards to Final I Standings KT .Ml: Mac'
football while Mac's Music Shop yards to Dennis Crawford and three Glen DeSue. 27 yards to Anthony Music Shop S-4. Hampton .!-6; and
earned sole possession of second place yards! to Randall McGee: Dommon 30 and 20 yards to Fred Shanks 17.
with wins Sunday November 12. llollis. and eight yards to Wayne

KT ze.Sharks 6 I. Mac's 3$.Hampton ZT Berry. Hampton's scores came
through the air also with quarterback
Gators The Sharks jumped to a 6-0 lead on a Mac's clinched second place In the Jackson Prevatt slinging TD strikesto
Hampton Hold PartyThe two yard TD run by Greg I la tie but the Starke Recreation Department William Muse. Buddy Peterson
r league champs wore them down witha League with a one touchdown win and Larry Paterson. and Randy A fish called the oarfiih looks
Hampton Galore 10-12 year old flag football team held their award party three score air attack that closed out over third place Hampton Sunday. Corbin hitting Larry Paterson for like a hone and hat a streaming
but week at Hampton Elementary with trophy awards and free-form dance an unbeaten regular season for KT. The winner's who led 16-14 at red man,
entertainment by Tommy Paladin and Danny Wolfe lower picture.
the -- - -. _ --1 L:'
highlighting party.tiatori Ornament Course
pictured above CI-rl) are: front Dean Padgett. Jimmy Parker. Melody
Green Robbie1' SpiUe. Timmy Nugent:second: row,Dude Paladlno. Brett
Offered Rec .
Russell Danny Bennett Jackie Norman. Donald Jordan Paul Bauek. Timmy by Dept.The

Bennett; third row-Andrew Timmont. Woody Jones. Randall Gllnskm, Roger Starke Recreation Departmentwill HARVEST SALE
Green Jackie Mitchell Jerome Mitchell Eddie Blockert fourth rowDavidrOOpt'r be offering a free Christmas
Brad. Russell Monty Gllsslon Michael Carroll, back-Coach: Tom ornament making course if they get
P enough response for the class.
The course will be held Monday
Not pictured: were Coach Wesley Sheffield, and Michael Waldlon an'
mornings starting November 20 if at
Tommy Jones least five people show Interest. Call 1
964-6792 for registration information.Men's Muf.WiAL I II


District Flag Football Tourney In Starke; 964-7871

I I U.S.301N. Starke, Fla, I

Kitchen's Tile Represents Area LeagueThe Ad Good Through November 25th II't I
a r7---
District II Men's Flag Football the field within the track at Bradford with the winners of the first two I
Tournament will be held !Saturday, High. Other first round games will pit games squaring off. The second two
November 18. in Starke with Starke Hartley llousemovers of Lake City opening round victors play at 1'30 I II.
league' champ Kitchen's Tile defen- against the Macclenny Gators at 10 p.m. Finals are set for 3'30 or 4 p.m.
ding local honor. a.m., the Macclenny Raiders against --
Jack's Crusaders of Gainesville at Kitchen's has run through 10 games ;r ycliust.aas I
KT will open its first round play at 11'30 a.m., and Cannon Treweek of unbeaten In local league play and also I. J AUREO S 700'I
10 a.m. Saturday against the Mac Gainesville against the Macclenny has a win In a Macclenny Invitational : .

clenny Raiders In the tourney that will Streaks at 1130. tourney under its belt as it heads into j l nl\cr.ul Cull Crwp: I lwalcmIVuMc ., J
utilize.both the high school field and Semifinal.action. will start at 1 p.m. post-season play .. : Swill \,. 'dtt het .
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luckiest in the sporting world. who is his .I.h'I./
son. Barry setting own quail. 104 grey squirrels two fox AursorrgcinCru.nbles-
Some say his ability to get at least deer hunting record. He also bagged a Wlb.b sUnlytnal lug, t 'hi.. oil
one deer'every hunting season Is due deer Saturday the opening day. !LaSchalz'pointed out that the ory : $9-00 I
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I haf! lng' two deer the first two days. Blending game reserve the first two "There haven't been so many hunt $14.00' ,I. 2' S66
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Richard Solze Hits 10 Of 11 I Jr. Peewee9nare First. SeasonJn La Pop: Warner: Game e 1

I' Wise and Shaun Jackson each had five Johnnie Clark contributed' your,"
The Bradford Peewees
j pop Warner who wa%ail dpve&she field. accordingto and tackles apiece. '
stops and Douglas ,
football team earned Its
To Win Football ContestRichard win of his toache*; '
the year while the Jr. M'dge' lead u .
C. Solze. P.O. Box 223 points was closer to the week's high the week off and the Jr. Peewees" went >
Starke.hit on 10 of 11 games correctly score coming in the Lions' 34-23 win down defeat Saturday, Novemberii The J,.Peewees fell to Green Cove This it the final week off the Telegraph
on the last weekend of the
and won the tiebreaker to take the sr>>o over Tampa Bay. season Springs on the road 25-0. The offense
first prize as our Telegraph Football The Peewees ripped Keystone moved the ball but penalties sealed
Wallace missed on Houston's vie- Heights' 27.2 to break into the locals'
Contest winner last week. win the fate In the whitewash
Solze thought the Gators would beat tory over Texas and Darley slipped on column.Chris Lane scored two touch Johnnie Clark Aaron Mathews, Greg Football Content. Congratulations to
Georgia for the second the Kams win over Pittsburgh 22 downs on runs of 63 and SO yards with Wiggins and Sh Jackson had good
and though that didn't happen it year other competitors missed just two Chuck Goodamp tallying 1 the extra days offensively but two fumbles and
was this week. Other trouble points Billy Kayburth also our winner and thanks to alltvhoparticipated.
the only game he didn't pick right games spots scored a the constant nags kept the local squad
Tom Wallace P.O. Box 84. Starke, for local prognosticators were TD and Rick Welch had ft strong out of the endzone. On defend
and K.J.Darley.P.O.Box 9M,Starke, Detroit's win over the Bucs, running performance for the] tint-- Leonard Gonzalez bad eight tackles,a
also predicted winners in 10 of the I 11 Nebraska's upset over top-ranked time winners. Defensively the fumble I'eCOwryand saved one .
games and both picked 48 points for Oklahoma and St. Augustine's win Peewees were led by Frank Sheffield touchdown; Chan Thornton Gary
.the tiebreaker, Solye'n pick of 41 over Starke.
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THE FIRST 2 GUESSING' THE CLOSEST AYlirlIlllL, .DiscountIf Merr..tt.
Each weekend football"games will TlegameswlUbecountedasmlllllel
TO THE SCORE OF STARKE (BHS) AND ITS OPPONENT. 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 your home In lew H.Williams.
Fill In the blank with your guess and bring to our store 4 1 than 7 old
will win and write the name of the out.Any games listed incorrectly due year*
before 6p.m. Friday proceeding game or get registration team opposite the advertiser's name to error or Incorrect due to incorrect gave with
blanks at our store In the entry blank..NO SCORES. just Information will be thrown out. Farm. Find '
In c". ol II.! ,lint" 2 with correct scare or n",." cornet Score will win the winner. A .two time winner will be M11E 1'1'1'1/ nut how much. .
The prizes will be awarded each eliminated from participating in the I'I.l r Cull me today. ,
My Guess Is ST Aft IE. .LIVE OAK . .. week on the basis of most games Belremainder of contest, IUIIICOt1 FILS l.lku n l."In.Ixhhnr,
ected correctly. In case: of tie pick a The decision of the Judges is final. I\SI'ILIN'F. s, I NI_.Farm_ I.mrrn,
NAME____._.._...,,........................___..................................... number which you think will be the All advertisers and employees are p .,, Agent

ADDRESS..........._._..._........_...._.PHONE -....--.-- anyone largest number team that of Is points listed in scored contest by eligible Telegraph to win.employees Only Bradford are not eligible County :
,. and write the number In the to enter contest __"
7p.n\Httk\ u* gtmt below t.m.Ihimt cloltH lo tear.ot s,. game wine space 1
provided In the entry blank... this will Clip out entry and mail or bring to
STARKE be used as a breaker.In the even!n Bradford County Telegraph, P.O. 119 N. Walnut Street Starke, Florida 964-5391
BUILDERS SUPPLY tie still exists the total cash pot will Drawer A. Starke, Fla. All entries
964-527C be divided equally among the must be In our hands by5 p.m.
219 E Washington!t St. FSU vs NAVYNORMAN'S
KEYSTONE vs HILLIARD winners. Friday. Only one entry PLEASE.

Produce & Seafood Markcf
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\ Gem Jewelry .,.x. . . . ,. . . . . OPEN* 8:3O am-6 pm Mon-Saf.

MUSIC BOXES WHILE THEY LAST "- The Office Shop ," . . .,. . '. ,
Holiday I Ion !*,..4{ .-. r"I.l" \ ;"'"'> *.:.n"\. .., .\:,. ."&, ,111, '
GUITAR & LESSONS S Y Mac' Music Shop . .' ,j, ':' ; : :
00 &> NermansForm Produce ?. ::: : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : :: : : : : : FRESH LOAD OF FLORIDA FRUIT

", 50 IUp Paltry Shop . . .1"\' . PINKWIIiTEGRAPEFRUIT"THE

Piggly Wiggly . . . . . . . . '
Sportsman's World . .', .('f.o\!|. . . . . ." . .

MUSIC SHOP Starke Builder's Supply .;i. . . . . PECANS | RUSKIN

BRADFORD SQUARE SHOPPING CENTER 064-7391 Stote Farm Invjronce :. ''Ii' . . :. :, .,4.,:::'. . SHELLED UNSHELLED I(TOMATOES Lb 3 gc

STARKE vs LIVE OAK Teal Tile 8 Carpet . . . . . : . . FLORIDA KENTUCKY

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GEM JEWELRY In Case of a tie the on. guessing TIE BREAKER the closer to the most points QE ShFF r,

scored by any on. team writ this number In space below.

109 E. Call St. 964.5211 ,,

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We Have Many Kinds of : Gp.\ TAP BI-'n..Dr.
Pies, Cakes Breads, And Dinner Rolls -=9, ..aaaa. _FREE" POPCORN".
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Woman's Club Has z

Program on Focus ......---I1R", +CO'fo\- .___ /11 laa( moot .. tie76. .".
..N<:O..,.- a ,. Nrv

On Women '"4 ty .'t.r sot,.I. Gdila'
Dr. Ann Bromley from Santa:<_. t "' .
aj t# Community College was guesf
speaker at the luncheon-meeting of .
thelStarke Woman's Club Wednesday' ;j \ SframberrrnTM. Heaver rt / Wj
of last week .\
Dr. Bromley spoke on focus enS

women stressing the different courses: .. .... ........ .. __
available to women who are seeking -'- -- JmL -------
to expand their abilities In the courses: .
offered decorating in music and appreciation! other courses: Interior [{(Th1 < Br. C9

desired.39 percent of those attending .
Santa Fe are women.Classes can also ..IIII.II.II ... 1I1I..MI.r ..
rt bet(had in Starke at BHS'such as,in ,
'1U'8lICCt! health and,wills--!aU placed /
under the umbrella of!'knowledge.
Bruachures on women, a mature (
person who wishes to go back to : \ GJI1LI1LBC7 :
college were handed out toil those

present.Mrs; Beverly BlackshearandMrs.; t
i Jerry Moran were welcomed Into the:
.., a, club President aa new members.Mrs. Curtis ,Sanders I ( cit U !

., announced there will be a President's'
Council of District 8 to be held Jan. 5. '
Ii .. A covered dish luncheon will be .
! J"' : served.Approximately 100 guests are. ili" !:'!
i T
; / expected to attend. W i,
I (:; The Parade of Homes will take "It., I
"of" Jr', _J 'placeSundayDec.17,from 2 to t p.m. '':; U
,', I" .,' Preceding the meeting and I. :
.. : ,:f program luncheon was served at I j. 111
II ,..11>(. '"" tables decorated with turkeys and
,, >.1; ''" ,'. pilgrims, typical of Thanksgiving. A
,1(.. centerpiece of button and daisy i :
\ 'i
I I ..I....,., chrysanthemums in shades of yellow N i
white and bronze centered the heaatable.
SmaU pumpkins were used on I
the buffet table. cl E.

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Mri and Mrs David Gaines x a rPI.

Kathy Jeston, and David Gaines I.r I. ,.1.1rHANKSCiIVINCi

Repeat,Vows Nov. 4 in Lawtey ;. HH I

Miss Kathy Marie Teston;'daughterof wedding bells.The cake was balancedby I
Mrs. Dorothy Teston of Lawteyj I' baskets of fall flowers. Geraldine Turkotogy Turkology That's An You Hear. Yes It's That Time Of The Year.
and David Lee Gaines,son of Mr ana !
Norman and Carolyn nudge cut the I
Mrs, L.M. Gaines of Starke were j cake. If You Tried Last Year And Didn't Win. Get Your Pencils And Try Again Some

united In marriage Saturday, Nov. 4, The punch table was also covered t Merchants Are Old &Some Are New, Get Them Right and It's A Turkey For You
at 7:30 p.m. in the First Baptist with a white lace cloth and centered H
Church In Lawtey with Rev. David I with a punch bowl encircled with
RULES: Each Space Below Represents Some Business Firms Of Bradford
Brown performing the nuptials. >, ,mums and ferns. Flanking the punchbowl I
Nuptial music was presented by were two silver candelabra I I I
County. Use The Scrambled Letters And arrange Them To Spell
Jimmy Alvarez, organist, and Kathy Silver trays held nuts and mints.

Taylor Centering, soloist the altar was a golden Coffee table. was served at one end of_ the :.. The Firm's Name Exactly, Using All The Letters And Punctuation m

arch flanked by two gold spirals and Assisting In serving were Anna
Marks To Enter This Contest, The First Three Persons Submitting
two containers of peach gladiolus and Teston? Vickie Gaines and Juanita, Frits Kramer q m
carnations, bronze and yellow Teston. The Correct Or Nearest Correct Answers BEFORE 12:00: Noon
pompoms and champagne daisies. Following a wedding trip to I
The arch held a spray of peach Gatllnburg Tenn. the couple Is living Fritz Kramer On Monday Nov. 20 Will Be awarded Turkeys For Thanksgiving I "
I gladiolus;and carnations, bronze and at 204 Laura Street, Starke.
yellow pompoms and champagne The bride is continuing her classesat Will Celebrate 85th
daisies and sprengerie greens The Santa Fe Community College.Mr. Thr. Turkeys ToB Giving Away m
family pews were marked with bronze Gaines is employed at Union Birthday SundayF.H. : : m
and yellow pompoms. Correctional Institution.
Terry Gaines served as best man. will WINNERS WILL BE NOTIFIED BY NOON TUESDAY NOV. 21, 1978 I
"Fritz"Kramer celebratehis
Ushers were Ed Watts, Phillip Johns
and Curtis Crawford. Sharon Hyres open 85th house birthday reception Sunday given Nov. by 19 at his a I Employees Of The Bradford Co, Telegraph & Relatives Not Eligible i :
Miss Dianne Hayes attended as
daughter Mrs. A.J. Barry, from 3:30: .
maid of honor. Attendants were Given Welcome i
Tonya Patrick, Beth Davis and Neva { to 5:30p.m. at her home' 1517. Bessent '... 'I

, ..... Flynn. They were gowned alike' In Party.Nov,6Ms. Road. .. JB AAUCRPmRHlKRL0EP' SSTHRFULUOA' _......_..... --....- .'...
f* "'- peach Bowns,:"'iwlU --8 *-iiieok! -. .-1-0.--. ....._'" _.... ..... .. The faintly quest no II:1fts.: .""or- ---- -
.'aistlinefull lace sleeves andtrimmed All friends and relatives are Invited..''
I empire Sharon. Hyres. who :has '" I '
with 'rust velvet 'ribbon returned from"two'months basic'' to attend. -1 'j
around the waist. They carried training with the National Guard,was H '
bouquets of peach miniature car given a welcome home party Monday RitchCelebrates AACDEPNVRRSUILEEIMSLnu RPPTASSYON
nations, bronze button pompoms, night, Nov. 6, by Mrs. Chris Wilson Carrie
yellow pompoms and champagne and Mrs. Carolyn Autry at the homeof
{ daisies the latter at Country Club Estates. 88th ..
The(bride, given In marriage by her with an off-white lace cloth over Birthday SaturdayMrs.
uncle, G.W. Teston wore an organza orange and centered with an
gown with chantllly lace; chantllly arrangement of fall dried flowers. "
flounce and band neckline, chantilly Flanking the arrangement were .Carrie Bitch,who was 88 years I
full sleeves and a A-line skirt with two burning gold tapers. :Mrs. Wilson cut old on Nov. 14, celebrated the occasion .
1 I" flounces and chantilly lace and chapel the cake and Judy Dukes presided at during the weekend.On I
length train.She carried a nosegay of the punch bowl.A .
silk peach colored roses white silk social time was enjoyed by the Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Terry EEECBWKRINOHFHDHIICS
baby s breath, dried brown leather guests between the hours 7:30 and 8 and Dianne Lloyd and daughters, i RILWEMYLIWAJELS J
leaf fern and dried rust fall flowers. p.m. Danette, Maryn and Jana of Orange
A reception was held In the church Park gave birthday party for Mrs.
Fellowship Hall. Nancy Teston kept Ritch. Among those attending were YYOORNNNPNOLPPCRRACMEUDC N
the bride's book. Buster and Chrlssy Ritch and 10 week = KRVSEEECHTWSCRUIERR I ISSSOElAAE'
David Mendenhall
and Mrs.
The bride's table was covered witha Mr.
old son, Joey,of Winter HaveaOn
of Stone
and daughter Ashley
white lace cloth and centered with a
wedding cake decorated with peach Mountain Ga. and Miss June Hardy Sunday afternoon Mrs. Thelma \
florets, green' and brown leaves, and Bill Tidwell of Atlanta spent Mendoza and Mrs. Gloria Glines of .
I mums and ferns and topped with Thursday to Sunday with their Jacksonville came by to wish Mrs.
I parents, Mr. and Mrs. J,E. Hardy Ritch many happy returns. TUNARFLYKALREE



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ATcot."frTaY LAS VCCAS: MCHT:. Homemakers Club Has 'Show and Tell' ProgramA Thursday Night

"Show and Ttfl" procram was Several visitors and prospective
held by the Bradford CouolyftaBOBaker's members were at the meeting IQ.rhxSng SPECIAL SUPPER $325
The _ka. Career laehty I* Club at their meeting Kathy F..... craft coordwator -
wtUnf ea La* Vegas alga at die Tbwidajr, Now, 9. at the AfricultureAH at the Starts Acing Home
surke Gait ... ratry OskJhtlwday "iloti and Mass WililY Alexander
a resident
ala>.. *ew. ... Martha. at kind* of homemade cifts were of the borne.
7:J*p..e..for she krarfH af...Caaerr Aqplaycd: and each cofitnbuior held Disco Lessons Disco Night Starts
ftc*ty.a bcr item and described
.>. .ers are Maw Llfiiaa ....,. op how hamwas made. 8:00: P.M. Sharp At 9:00:
vrr Mr. and Mr. Jaaw* warred, Mr After the gift were shown everyone JoIn W.A.Weldon and daughter< of *
w. H. Tt-_ ai Mrs. KM.Ribrrel. went to another table to serve Bushnell were Sunday Come Dance With Us
t themselves of the homemade r.Ja.IIIIId.s vtsitars of Mrs. Gladys Weldoa.Mr .

and dessert that were made Fri & Sat. Come Hear
by the member The foods were some J C Wallace of Jacksonvilleand
d their favorites that are usually Dr. and Mrs. HJ Kucera of Lash Lane Rock Band
Boynton Beach were Friday oversight '
made during the Christmas holiday.
Office extension member, to- guests of Mrs. H.M. Richarde
chill c Home ExtenUon:: Agent. Mrs. and attended the State Farm Retirees Buffet Breakfast at 1:00: A.M.a2"
Mary Yearta were ted to look at reunion
the I(if U and taste food.
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Armand Priest

Wedding Date Pooo .

Mr and Mr*. William M. Smith of
Stark asinine the engagement and fr\, .. {6(
approaching marriage of their
daughter, bheliee "Marcelle to AT- / /
mend Lamar Priest ran of Mr and
Mr*. Hubert K, Priest of Lawtey. Lea Trie
The wedding will be an event ofKeb
11 in Grace United Methodist Dora Lea Triest ,
Church. Lawtey
All fnend and relative are invited LonnieBroome Shop Early... : a ,
to attend ;,
MUM Smith is a 1973 graduate of Plan March Wedding FOR YOUR HOLIDAY

Bradford High School and Bradford- Mr. and Mr*. Ernest E. Triest. Sr. NEEDS!
Union Area VocationalTechnicalCerter 01 Theresca announce the ALL STORES WILL BE i e-
engagement of their daughter. Dora CLOSESTHANKSGIVING ,' j lam'
Mr. Pne U a 1971 graduate of
David of
Lea, to Lonnie Broome son
Bradford School. i.
High Mr and Mrs. James M. Broome of "
Mrs. RogerGuthrie wedding U planned for March EMPERORFRESH FRESH TENDER 3
24. 1979. 23. r
Mi! ** Triest I ill a graduate of d POLE LBS j
Stork Shower
Given "
Bradford High School and to presently R EN .l i t
:* employed at Triest Construction ; '
Mr*. Uoaer Guthrie" and baby Company at Keystone Heights. CABBAGE 15.GRAPES49; BEANS $1.00
Thomas Ashley were honored at a
Mr.Broome is a graduate of Trinity
fork shower Tuesday night. Nov II. Christian Academy of Jacksonville .
at the fine Level Baptist Church He I la presently employed at Florida 1 LB GENUINE IDAHO
Educational building Farm Bureau a* a computer TENDERS BAGS FRESHfFLORIDA FRESH GREEN FRESH FLORIDA
HoHtete were Mr. ItoscoeHullinKton. FRBSH
.Mr*. Bishop Myrkk. Mr. operator CARROTS 39C CUKES OR YELLOWCORN
Marlon Thornton. Mr Johnnie I TANGERINES
Kenny Mrs. Joseph Thornton and I POTATOES MIX OR MATCH
Mlssess Christy Thornton, I'am FLORIDA $100
24 $100
Stalnaker. Jenny Thornton and FRESH cm s 10 10 $100
Suzanne Thornton THEATRE OF e F0/1 FOR EARSYOMAYOES39c
The refreshment table was covered tBBAG
with a baby embossed cloth and Cell'a Walnut
centered with a miniature baby StarKe 064-5451 L/25
arr nIl4'ml'flt. .............................. r i 12 oz
and refreshment FYNE TASTE
{Came with prize TENDER PKG.
were enjoyed by the 30 guests Fri. SatSun.
during the party hours. CALIFORNIA BUNCH dry. SKINLESSBROCCOLI

59 : LB
Mr and Mrs. Kldon ((13,11. Mathew
of Conyer Ga former Starke iwcrIAY\
resident, were visiting friend hereon Florida Grapefruit. 81'1 "

Sunday Ti i'-A NAY All Purpose Apples r"a: 3i U.! 69t ? PANTRY PRIDECHEESE 24oz
Mr.and Mrs. Don Hardvnhrook and
Mrs. Nelson Green were In Callahan: All Purpose Onions rust L.12t a COTTAGE CUP
Sunday afternoon visiting Mr and Urn Conwiy
Mr John Canadian Rutabagas ... ii12u19e .
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Sweet Potatoes IIIKIA If.
"Trap On Green Onions Ilflll am- 229tFresh /

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Mindy Hersey Celebrates 8th Birthday Nov. 14 p-r. -------.rw-: .r- -+w. -: .{

Mindy Horsey, of There sa whoM highest bowling scores. Winners were Mr. O.S. Dlxson returned to her Mrs. Welch and children of Mr. and Mrs. Herb'HerrM andjsonT! ; '
birthday was November 14,was givena Walt Taylor and Mind Harvey.After .." home In Nashville Tenn. Wednesday Savannah.Bobby Ga. spent the weekend Joey, spent the weekendjvitli thetr
bowling party In Ocala on after 10 days visit with her son-inaaw. with her Dr. and Mrs. O.L. daughter/ Lataln In Atlanta.
November 11 by her mother Mrs. bowling, guests were taken IqMlndy'lP'andparents' 'm 1 and daughter Mn and Mrs. Don Jr.parents
E.E Hersey.and her aunt, Mrs. T.W. Mr. and Mrf. Bagwell. Haynes, Mm.Hugh 1I..H3bonand won.Kevin
Taylor C.W. Crenshaw for dinner and party visited MrJMtd Mrs,Terrell Webb.Jr.
Guest Included DanieUe Hersey, refreshments. Later In the evening,:,:'! Mrs.L.H.Jennings was a patient In and famityln Naihvftlo. Ga. from
I w. Walt and Melanie Amanda all enjoyed a local high school: football KrlcWTo Monday.
+ Taylor Baptist Memorial Hospital the past Mrs. W.B.
r Lutheran,, Mundy Mrs. Guy Sale,
Rawls, Todd and Troy Battle and game between the St. week. ;
Paul and Mrs. .
Regina Copeland. Prises were Saints" (e) and the Trenton"tigers" .'", Raymond Bertha Lang '
attended the funeral Sunday for Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Mike GUhooly had a
awarded to the boy and girl with the (n) .1. Local admittances
to Bradford Jack Alvarez! In Perry. birthday party Sunday evening for
County Hospital this week include: Mrs. Josephine number
Mrs. Tomlinson Shower Honoreo Stephanie Smith Rose Marie Bryan? Mr. and Mrs. Don Vickers of
William M. LeMIre, Mack Lane. Chattahoochee and son. Christopher
:A." Bessls Dykes, Amelia Turner, of the University of Florida were
Mrs. Tomlinson was complimented. The refreshment table was covered :,J..! Gunter Allen Luclle Green Sillar weekend guests of Mrs. Hazel Paulk Start with a teaspoon of
at a stork shower Thursday night, with a lace cloth and centered with, a ,r; Homer Townscnd Gladys and attended the Florida-Georgia wear and :2 os. whit or
Nov. Mr. Ervin Andrews bowl holding yellow and C Lewis Clara and
11 given by Sharp Willis game gold Puerto Rk-n rum In a
,Mrs.Vernon Reddish and Mrs. white shasta daisies flanked by daisy;/ ''a Thornton of Starke; Susan Rush of mug or tankard. Add 3 M.
Dave Paulk at the home of the latter. candle holders with yellow ," Hampton James Pearson of
ringlet ; Raiford; Mrs. Wayne Edwards of of hot water: and stir w....
Game with prizes were enjoyed by z Leona Dukes of Lake Butler; Roy Jacksonville was Wednesday and Add twist of lemon or
the 23 guests which included the. thThe hostesses presented 'thejj:;;. Houston and Connie Corbett of Thursday guest of Mrs. Gladys' Edwards orange ped..
Nettles Clemons mother of the honoree, 'Mrs. Jack honoree with a wooden high chair as o, : Lawtey. __ ,
Underbill. memento of the occasion.
Engagement ToldMr. ': 'tr}i\ Mr. and Mrs. T.1I. Slade Mr. and ,
DUPLICATE BRIDGE '\;:'';d4 j Mrs. John Myers and Mrs. Clyde d
CLUB RESULTS Sinclair spent Wednesday to Sunday
and Mrs. Julian W. Nettles of BIRTHS I:' .I with Mrs. N.K. Hurst at lIoma...... 1
Lake Butler announce the engagement Winners at the Tuesday night t
and approaching marriage of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Pearson of Duplicate Bridge Club played at the Bud Lawson of Marlon, N.C. spent
their daughter Karen Elizabeth to Schweinfurt, Germany, announce the Starke Recreation Center were: first:: the weekend with his parents, Mr.and
Fred Eugene Clemons,son of Mr.and birth of a son,Beau Joseph, born Oct. Jeff Wrenshall and Eva Mathewson; Mrs. II.A..Lawson.Mr. .
,Mrs. Harold demons of Lake Butler. 31. Maternal grandparents are Mr. second: Mrs.S.W. Hamilton and Mrs. .
Miss Nettles Is a 1077 graduate of and Mrs. J.E. Tomlimon of Starke. Dolly Kunig; third: Charles Riddle and Mrs. John Lee and family
Union County High School and Is now Paternal grandparents are Mr.and and Jack Burnette. of Winter Garden were Saturday
employed by the Peoples Bank of Mrs, B.L.Pearson of Raiford. visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Nealy Me-
---------- Connell.Mr. .
Gainesville. Mr. demons Is a 1977
graduate of Union County High School Mr. and Mrs. George W. Brown
and Is now employed by the Receptionand Mr. and Mrs. Ricky Frick of Pace. visited Miss Rose Heller In Clear. .and Mrs.Samuel Wise and Airs.
Medical Center of Lake Butler. Fla. announce the birth of a son, water over the weekend.Mr. Myrtle Young and family attended the .
The wedding will take place Shaun Robert, born Nov. 10 In Santa funeral of their sister Jewell
December 2, 1978 at 7-30 p.m. In the Rosa Hospital. The baby Joins a four Donaldson in Troy, Ala. last Thur. I
First Baptist Church of Lake Butler. year old brother, Ryan Dean. and Mrs. Charles Fields of !sday. .,
Local Invitations are not being sent. Maternal grandparents are Mr.and Jacksonville visited his mother, Mrs.J .
All friends and relatives are Invited to Mrs. Cecil Whitehead. Paternal tl. Fields on Sundays. Mrs. Mi1 V 1V.. Hazen of Gainesville Vk,
visited and Mrs. M.F Hazen
attend. grandparents are Mr and Mrs. dmlavTHflMKSGIVIMG on I
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AREA 1 merits exarrsned)ore on at file the end office maybe Lwgzlz- Jr.By:General William Partner O. Naegele, II HAMPTON AREA NEWS r. :" .

REHABILITATIONCTTYOF of the Clerk Sterke, Subscribed and sworn to ., ,tlI.' ; ; : I,'
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STARKE! FLORIDA Florida and at the office FICTITIOUS NAME before me this 10th dey of i 1;; by Dolert* Meaf on November It. :,' > "ilamptisLAkeNeoU

STREETS DRAINAGE of Beseem Hsmmsck & STATUTE AFFIDAVIT October 1978. Janto M. t.*>.e4.S-191S Sid Russell celebrated his Bta birthday CoagratuUUons
AND SEWER Ruckman, (no., Consulting NAEGELE OUTDOOR Wtoosnd, Notary Public. ,." ,' iff. on November 12. Glenn Fries celebrated hia 6th
IMPROVEMENTSIPMTATIONTO I and Design Engineer*. IDVERTISINQ .COM- 11/2 4tchg 11/23. .' : Bookmobile Brian Davis was 7 on November 13. birthday on November 13 with a party
2000 Corporate Square PANY He celebrated with a last for family and friends at McDonald's
Boulevard, Jacksonville, . . . . . ::, All are invited to the service of the Sunday. party In Starke.
BIDDERS Florida :32210. Plan and STATE OF MINNESOTA 'tBradofrd County Bookmobile .which Amy Horn had a. birthday party on Happy Birthday to Andria Fenton
Specifications may be COUNTY OF HENNEPIN NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO ;ftregulary; / visit the Hampton Post Sunday in celebration of her 5th birth who was S yean old on November 15.
from REGISTER !Office parking lot on Tuesday from
purchased day of Nov. H.
Notice I II hereby given"- FICTITIOUS MA MEPursuant
that the Oty of Starke Hammock & Ruckmen, SS { to Section 112'30 until 3:30: p.m. Mindy Hersey and Grace Rowe Personals

Florida, wIN receive_led Inc., for the sum of "' were 8 years old on Nov. 14. Carlton Meng of Jacksonville
bids In the City Courtd 30.00 per sat, non- On this day personally ..W. Florida Statutes,, : BetloreWmasv. Happy Birthday to Paul Bawek who visited his family and friends over the

Chamber, City Hall refundable. appeared before me, on notice i Ie hereby given, Leila that ',' The Hampton Senior Citizens Club Is 10 years old today.llaeepton weekend and bagged R deer the
CITY COUNCIL OF THE officer duly authorized to the undersigned ''tJ'*< will hold their next meeting on
Starke, Florid 32091 1215 opening day of hunting season
Charles ,
and Wright
until 6:00 P.M. aTclock on CITY OF STARKE, .administer oath and take Old Lawtey Road Starke.Fla. ''Friday, Nov. 17. at 2 p.m. in the. City GatorsEa Tommy Meng was the lucky winner
the 7th day of December FLORIDABy acknowledgments, the 32091 doing r Hall. > yCam. Merrill Edwards, City General' Partners of adult citizens invited
: are to
1978 for the Construction business under the firm The following Hampton Gators arid Festival.
of the Street, drainage, Clerk. MAJOR MEDIA OF THE name of "LITTLE attend. school children enjoyed a camping Betty Dazinskl won the Christmas
and Sewer Improvement 11/9 4tchg 11/:.). SOUTHEAST LTD, a. ANGELS", 1209 North weekend at Goldhead Branch State Tree Skirt which she spent many

*. Then, all bid veil Minnesota limited partnership Keller St., Starke, Fla. j Congratulation. Park as a celebration of their enjoyable hours working upon and which .was
be publicly opened, reed namely: 32091.: Bradford County, Randall and Julie Crawford are the football season: Timmy awarded in that drawing.
loud end recorded.The INTENTION ROBERT O. NAEGELE, Florida. Intends to register proud parents of their baby boy Bennett, Danny Bennett Mike Mrs. Irene Tryzlnski! left via
above construction JR., end WILLIAM O. said fictitious name under ,i, Christopher Michael, born November Carroll, Donald Cooper, Ray Cooper, Eastern Airlines on Tuesday for her
will be located In the TO REGISTER NAEGELE who being by the prevision of aforesaid ''II ..!IIO at Alachua General Hospital, and Monty GIlHson. Randall Glisson. Dude home in Wilkes Barre Pa. She spent
of the City me first duly sworn, .fwelchln/l' Ibs. Paladino with her sister and
Northeast area FICTITIOUS NAME statute / Jimmy Parker Tommy the past month
of Startie, Florida. Pursuant to Section depose and say: Leila and Charles t ;' Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Jones, TImmy Nugent. Paul Bawek, brother In law, Anita and Jose
,Thia project consists of 066.08 Florida Statute, The name of all the Wright, joint owner. \\.;>! [(Mrs. Earl Crawford Klngsley Lake. Brad Russell, Brett Russell, Sid Morelra.
the .Installation of approximately notice Is hereby given that person Interested in the IDated this 26th day of Maternal grandparents are Edward Russell and Robbie Sptize. Phyllis and Kenny McClure and
3860 LF of 8- the undersigned Robert E. business conducted October, A.D. 1978 at and Wessle Saxon of Hampton. Mr. Tom Paladin was assisted by Kasey spent the weekend at Panama
Inch vitrified clay ewer Aden, Jr. and Betty M. under the foregoing Fictitious Starke Florida. Paternal great grandmother is Mrs. James K. Greenlee Lynn McRae. City. They enjoyed the autumn
Name of Naegele 110/264tpd 11/16 Amelia Crawford of Starke. Donald beautiful coastal drive.
pipe and appurtenance Allen, 1304 North Bradford Cooper. Danny Wolfe and scenery and
and the construction of Street, Stance Fla. Outdoor Advertising' Maternal great grandparents are Tommie Paladino Is supervising the Mr. and Mrs. Russell Gilbert and
approximately 6.000 feet 32091 doing business Company and the extent Mr.and Mrs. A.G. Pope of Eau Gallle. Campout. Karen visited her parents Mr and

of new paving with under the firm name of of the Interest of sakl ,-' -Maternal great grandmother Is They enjoyed games and had good Mrs. Francis Meng and family
related drainage and person in Mid business NOTICE OF .INTENTION : 1 Mrs. Bertha McIntosh of Hampton. food including pancakes, bacon and Sunday.
The City are as follows' : TO REGISTER hot and fish r
appurtenance "STARKE PRINT eggs dogs a fry. I
reserve the right toward SHOP". 107 East Call MAJOR MEDIA OF THE FICTITIOUS NAME Happy Birthday They wish to thank all who helped Us mpton Christian Aadcmy
Contract or to SOUTHEAST a make the campout enjoyable and Fall Festival .
Street, Starke, Fla. Minnesota limited partnership Pursuant to Section Andy Smith celebrated his birthdayREALTY" I
readvertiae, whichevermay 32091, Intends to registersaid I appreciate the hospitality of all the. .Hampton Christian Academy will
has a 100 percent 366.09 Florida Statute,
be In lie best Interest. Park personnel.
fictitious name under notice to hereby given that host a .Fall Festival. for the public this
.P le project ia to be the provisions of afore Interest of ownership In the undersigned Paul H.' Saturday.'Nov. 18.

financed totally by a said statute Naegele Outdoor Advertising Faulkner, 2306 N. Temple PersonalsMr. .A turkey stioot will be held from 1-9 .
Federal grant from the Robert E. Allen Jr. and Company.MAJOR and Mrs. J.W. Hampton of Flat p.m. The Festival will begin at 5 p.m.

Department Housing and Betty M Allen, owner Avenue, Starke, Fla. ,, 2306 N. Paul H Faulkner, Susan Rock. Alabama visited Mr. and Mrs. and will feature a general' store, hay
Urban Development and 32091 and Susan M. Temple Avenue Starke, M. Bakken. Joint owners. George Williams .and Mr. and Mrs. ride, hamburgers hot dogs and

hall be referred to a* Dated this 9th day of MEDIA OF THE Bakken Rt. 1, Box 49, Fla. 32091, intends to IDated this 26th day of Bill Maxwell over the weekend. dessert booths.

HUD Project B-78-DN-12- November, A.D. 1978 atStarke SOUTHEAST LTD. Starke, Fla. 32001, doing register said fictitious .October, A.D. 1978 at 't I
0117. business under the firm under the Starke, Florida. ELEMENTARY NEWS Honor Roll
Florida. 11/9 4tpd By: Robert O. Naegele I name provisions HAMPTON
,and Plans other Contract Specification Docu, 11/30.: Jr., General Partner name of "FAULKNER! I of aforesaid statute. 10J264tchg 11/16 Thanksgiving Holidays Honor roll students for the first nine
Students and teachers will have week grading period at Hampton
November 22, 23 and 24 free from Christian Academy Include' first
school. In observance o( grader, Lynn' Murphy 'secondgraders .;I
On liar Thursday. ''
Thanksgiving. 'Valerie Brooks Matthew
Friday % Saturday! EAGLE i Bulletin boards and walls are Brown and Chris Register: third

decorated with turkeys, letters of graders Nancy Contois and Andy
QLASSMtMW MT thanks pilgrim stories, and autumn Redding: fourth graders Missy
scenes demonstrating the mood of the Sullivan and Kuthie Underwood; fifth

season. graders Douglas Mangum and Chris
CHRISTMAS We wish all a Happy Thanksgiving! Schrader ; sixth graders Vonda

Brown. Sonya Dugger and Stephanie
NewStudents Redding: 7th grader Tammie Gan-

students welcomed at stine; Bib grader Bobby Contois and
bIit-I Hamp Jennifer Sullivan; 9th graders! Lisa
ton Elementary on Monday are Andy
Renee Mott and Robin
Carter Suiter;
third and his
Redding a grader, sitar
price Stephanie Redding in the sixth grade. 10th graders Timothy Glidden. Joe
Kirkland and John Meng: 11th

Field Trip graders Cherie Bryant. Randy
Kindergarteners enjoyed a field trip Gonzalez and Donald Smith; 12th
on Nov.9 to the homes of Michael graders Terrie Bryant, Janice
ave up t 3. toylaiid open Sttirling and Thomas Kalmondo.They ,Glidden. and Jay Smith. :
enjoyed riding ponies, feeding hogs Honor roll requirements are the .
OR CORDUROY JEANS imd ducks, riding In a truck and completion of 12 or more paces.
SPECIALLY PRICED! running around the farms. The maintaining an academic balance
cupcakes and punch which were having a 90 percent or above overall

::: 6.88 stPICKUPRRAILlE served to them were also refreshing. average and memorizing mon
O CIA L. thly news Scriptures.!

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vest UOM 110 Him(not tool)h ore.. vary ebq. P ck.i n.r bile OISCOUMT peeve lull /i'
Adhiitsow hkriio handlebars tSMI. Apply I I. pcrcoe (. Jim. Lee st up to 4 ft. place cc duty. (...
r7 romovibM Irwnlnfl wheels.ww RN. des G...,..Hocplul. ...u... Call or writ*. ;
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... Converts from boys' to girls'. Lake Butler. Fb.' 11/9 Subg -
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COAT POE MEN MEN'S SIZES MEN'S SIZES sottlngo. Mph velocity via. heed. dreuler. mews
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ONEY AVAILABLE." / .... .. '" .. ., ". : \ J" REALTY

...... Bacfcy 0,..., 475MI. ATTENTION VIETNAM MOBILE HOMES) Why **rrT WANTED, Mahtla; -..;; TEN : .
L........ ....t.... TWO EFFICIENCY ERA VETERANS, U ,Mr .* By dimes Ir*** ...Bad U....W. peck -.. ..... .... ... ...
r........| TPN 11/9. PARTMENT8t with btoTMtod .. .**UlMltrkto l4tnr. Lap ..lntli. *f OUN'S- MOBILE HOME I 111. s. PHONE ....777.

.&111&... toatad... N. ..l4. ( *r **ikiyMt sad t4.14.11wld.i. STARKK SALES .(...(... 0... 7 rn 209 N. TEMPLE !
JIOUSE""CLEANING rae ar ..... IM/aMatb, Hilary My fa .... |M.M ROME CENTER. US Ml ..,. a weak tfekg.WITBUY TRUMPET, La SrARNE FLORIDA
ReaaaBBbto ...... .....af 3.rafmaeaaa. .... ISO ......k. ..... .... part .(jrr toiMj. itatk N.rth.Op..O to d .k. 11*0 ........ .
478-1279. 478 .120 due II .... 11162tpd PI*. State R....,*.*. 55.4.,, Pka* 9I4474I. PECANS, dflj.Wa ..... ..... MARY HAS I
2811.. 47S-M3I altar 0 *... 11/23. .....*..._ W. Cat/1. YMuy tchg.BLOCK ..... ...... Wahiwrlgbt that Mary went site aw that rut
$. dI. 119. M .Blkto lr tk HOME wkk 1 Bd.WMM. Paaaa C: .....*'''. : *a round lnvttmnt. So. ho used a Hill ;

SPINET WrrOl..r D..... APARTMENT KUwUay Carpr.b.u/v.l E.*..,.. . Orps wltb uIt& ..0. Laka. sea ki
.k.. I. WalaalFORSAtEi ...prta .... ,dlalaft sea, aaaraam.tila lay 12111.PARTTIME. PkMW 2114671.9/15 ithy. GOOD PRICES PAID.. "".... Later on. he could exchange her .
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s.wt bap. .seras ...... ....., .... ........ aO POSITION 7 BMd mablla ba ...... with lank s baaL AC. ..r........ Yaarly CkwbHto tbrfc.. BndlrdCMty LUXURY HOME 5 g.g a3Np.Mates.. 164-671 ....
N..... I.C. reauL L-ka Bad.deck BrlvikM. k.dr****, 1.1/2 lstba. OLIN-fl MOBILE: HOME 1116.NTIQUE. ; "
.. : Pubis L....,. 19kr : REALTY: can !help. W.'re In
Itp4 1170 Pkaaa S33-29S2. 11/16 wish ...... Stard* Fkwtd rata. S llnlMM.trMda SALES. ....atOfI. Opaa 7 ; Bradford County. Mary can Invest in
3tpd 11/30. .*.1...*.. (..."'/... Hl.k itamc it* bats ..,. weakly, ../.... \ from apartmcnti. firm mail ..ou....
brga peel ptae
'.11 riM ...., RENT 8 Id,.. l.11 katkFfBBM 8tk..l Tnlto dlli ate,..D.r.......lr.4..... .. Isa.Ual laadacaplBf.b Ca : I.......US... .'. ..*. tore* to vacant commercial
Bath, dtaalto Mt, kMU.alrama .,, .l
..... wkk la.ad raaiad.Caatory 21. Mar. : i. i Call( find out how YOU can
......... etker O.rUiity .i.i. ,. .... ta .. that s
3.H. 1130.CETA L. RbM 904372 '
; ,
daaMia ... ..., ; a-arlta :I land" sure to grew.
.1..1....... ..... ('.r- yard 11/10 tatoj .36. 11/2 tug 1118.If '.. 904478-6473
....n, ......... gMd.lChMt sad (..5'.C..I. .... : :: : I B.. 10...
.l Dnware. Cal: 473i 10 .... aad 6 ,... 10 .... POSITIONS All -------- 12018. II n. PREFERRED PROPERTIES
i 3009.Sunday N.". ... Itpd P... '1U..3,.. Itpd 11/11. ...1....... lr tk. lU*. .. OWNER. 1 BR. t kk 1178 TOYOTA PICKUP : i ... C'W "1.. Land I*your very best
sins --- Job .... k tu.mbUfdl brit It_.. O. Hwy 230. track, aba ever. '...... USDA .. iniut'i.'
PulRNISHEb APART. *>..*... ...*.*,*. .5..11. fr*. k..*ltal. Gad ....1tJa. .r::.. 904S432. .....,...... NOTH.Nc. b.. t i. .1 BR 1 \. ..
PAINTING. MENTi birga, ... bad. IS *.t *l Flat 20 WMlu.' (33400. P...*. uB far *,*t.Pk 11/10 2tak, 11/23. 15O-175 .. Acre. Brick 822,000 ...111. .....0 SI83.00
HOUSE ... Hgbta ........... N. .. .. ).. ... 9M-M7S. lintTPekc .
.... ..U- .r. prl.r.M (1.19 ft. P_. .. and Iniurance.
.... fata*, tie *
.. ..... PH... ......7'. ItpdU16. meal tk r*... .....u tor 1971 RICK ..01. ...-
_-.47..70.7.1. A LITTLE LAND 2 houses en Pratt
...It .*... Ads Get class'! AT, ....., (82S.Pkaaw 1113. .
LEAD>> TEACHER Mal k ., ho..*. U.SOO next door 811,000. Begin
I I ... ,.. Itch II",.
LAND POR SALE UNFURNISHED (wab .kl.. t. pus *.d ..ad." AKC BOXER this Invettment. ',"
K.-..... Helckt. Nl.. ...... ... .... la....lnT ...&**.. ..... with dycr .ResultsSERVICES 1976 DATSUN PICKUP am. talla ..... S4S.OOO. 3 BR CB CHandA 7$ ft
....! tell...* trMtotaBalf .R.M Matal. 11/10 tiny ._.aI.'a,' *jal..... '*.* bad extra .1..., ....... ( : : -7 mile North of St. Auguitlne. ..
bkerkaed el MW ....... 11/23. C., .*.. .*.*.... ..*. 'rRso'I C I3JM. A.... Asa Sal.. 5(01. Itpd .. HOME Vt A .S48.000. OF
SMI. lets permit ..bU* TEACHER Mum k* .kl. U ; !L.,.,... Ht., 473-4470. 304."Mo. Pay. Best farming land.
IMBMB..4*MU... ... with with ......*. I. .....> Itakc II n.. NEW BRICK COUNTRY CLUB '.
with TWO BEDROOM M..".
kke. Pried t. Ml raw ***.ltal tl.**>ri.ttad TWO ACRE
...., AC, .. caaatry, kypaad OF m..UI.000."8 la- 3 BR J
(200 dawa .(40 '.t..
tarn Stew & **rBt grasp a atlersia WILL BARY8IT IN .y VOLARE STATION ,
...tk. C.. .r.l.l ..... Larva I.", .. .. WAGON 1977, ....r sad. PAYMENT, all extra \
/par,_ta.. aa.. 8R-S1 .-......... ...._.... Pose 473-4508. A88T TEACHER Meat h.all. ..........r....,Pow Praise 9044243.pr ..... AT Ae:, PS. (3.9SO. ..,... Ralph ) ; : BRICK HOME 9 year* old 4 BR 2 B /
I Owes, .,.-..71. ../.b.. Itpd 11/18. .. t.....tat Meeker I* ears Itpd 11/16. Adaau Aata SalM K.,. .....78S. 11/ ; completely furntahed. II S .l
.I ckBdr.* **d **y tk.r .taa* U..., 4714470.: llckf A LITTLE: LAND Block ef(tore*. all ; ,
BEAUTIFULLY FUR. dull. .. .......... NOW TAKING AP. 11/10. WHY NOT heart of Slarke tax shelter owner ;
A...... LegUa
M sprl..t.Carped .
pMi 202. ."<"., I"- p..., paawl al Ul..katk- Mal k. far PLICATIONS' ........ Pa.tor.day.*.4BMl11A8 oars ,HONDA !STATION! 1TAND7 APT. 301 All unit rented sound In
'It.t.r4y 7 .... lilt ...., ......." doors ... .M* t* work with ,.ltlle. WAGON I..,.. ,.D... 4 ....... M. tax thelter. a
Tr I.... r llgbte, private ...... .....*. with ....al.. ,..* 2tpd 11/23 d.... AT, law .11...., It... such HOME ON PRATT Neat 3 BR J'
.....1... Idaal tor ......., cdr. _ltalii CMitactwltk PAINTING (...50. A.... Asa Sal... .......,s .
POR SALE OAK LAKE ......., ar ratlrd ..r.....' lfaMctal MpMrtari. ... Kavat11AO. .., 4734470. Itch taa.. *... Ll. : :
ESTATES...a tkm MM N. 1I1t1..... ar pet.. E.. t,.. sad ..total* sit ... ay .rwl.S..Rud, at .... riding ] FINANCED 212 REDGRAVE They" .,
1 r.lll.K ...... treat, ..II.., ....&Ie.. R.faraaca. .IgMd -*... .....,.Iy. W.... Flea. M...... Friday.4at M....,'. .. them. like they. used to- 3 BR3 B> large : I
l 1I..U/.ar.. HS/D.. ............ P..... 90482SS.KITCHENETTESi PROGRAM SPONSORED .. S.aday. Maaday. TF. Slraat,East large lot near town. :
I (19/... Ow..r Bh. 8IS47I- TF.... kjr C*... ... CIU.... .lBmdlMrd .... CAPRI: II 1976, _Itk., 11/16. RUSTIC HUNTING LODGE Cypress -: : i
......., aaadlUaa. Par ..
.415.. 10nlTlI.... C:*., !... Equal 2 bath on 1 acre. : :
RAR LANDCLEABINGiDaiar tka ..... traai., tow.ll..(.. Ii
1 BR Opprte.ly Eil'.,*,. wark, torfa Bad ..all P"..*....7IiO altar 6 .... DOUBLE FOR DEVELOPMENT Farm on : ,
FOR RENT 0.&.. .>..., apt ,..., TV. AC:, .,Oltl.. Apply *t FU. Stata E*>,.*,. J..... Pkaa 4(3-2028. 8/17 ALSO 1170 Millba aad ....,. Rd. ceiy home plus trailer In superb :
.....,.... K.'...... ..d........ Tatally ..n........ ..., S.."...., (I.... MrtkM. 'rF-.... C.....,... TP/.... e..r..... (53,000. :
L..t.. ..ltl.. M5dt.r.tile. Weekly, ...'.1, rtee. ..
.. Call 4714107f Tempi M.t.l. 880 N. Stake 11/10. SEWING MACHINES CHEVY WHEEL DRIVEl 11/16. use Imagination. 1:
........,.. .... I .... Tempi., Stark. PhB* 964- REPAIRED All ..It.. 1974. In57 pickup, ... LOCATION- your 1228 E. BESSENT RD. .:
.ckdfa 7357. 10-20 4tpd II.... REAL ESTATE SALES ........, ...... sad ........... U..., all ....., .... *aadlUaa. YARD maintenance has preserved the. quality of ::
E..., tk* ....11.. .1 tontrkilc (7.Wark ...r..t.....JaaiMStrickland 834OO. ALSO ......,. S.tarday "
FOR SALE. .. 169 T.*.... EFFICIENCY.. ..IseplagF. ta .. ...ttlc **drwrdl. ,aaratr af Magna _... _,tie radii far LWBCkmr aa SR 16.Ult which feature a large den and.a large :
C..nea. .., .. sad air.sedltlalag. ..... 31/2 mllee Nartk ea .( .r.*. I* rat Read aad Hwy ... tl/cfc*. Ptok-tijp, .50i ALSO. ,..t ... 4 BR2 BCH&A\.cro.ln.SOO. .::
G.d ..... ....... Clury II 8h... r. TRACTS OF LAND We have several ::
US-301. U......... Matal. 1978 Fad LWB plck.p, still d dirt .... .
taw* traD. rtatla. 0300. tl/...(. C.. P..rt..., I... K.,. REMOIlELING.JILD.. ..... warranty, I......, 11/16. large tract of land. :
1971 4 dr. D.It M Old.. .,... H.lfkli, 473-4103. ING and rapalri. ... IIJOO aad .... pay | ] .

(00. 47J-I760. J.t.I.l FOR RENT- Office .,..., lift TF/ck|. ..I'....., ...It. tornlly ..... P.........725.. Itpd LAWN US FOR VA A FHA FINANCING i I
A.. Itch 11110.UPHOLSTERY laeatod. do..'... K.,...... ...>*. Brick, ....... ._.' 11/10. N_. '8. T. ) .. I
just alt Law,... Blvd. aadkaey HAIR STYLIST NEEDED .r.... FU.plai. .........ta.G..I. ..... ... REALTY IS READY i '
doM !I. .rk ..r.... Call 4734907weekday .bn....*,..,. E..*""*..esa' C.....et..., pbaaa. 1975 CHEV MONZA. alcaaad ....1.0, X.. WHEN YOU ARE ::
.M*. Yr fabric *r .)*.. *.9 ...... .... Ask pr.r..lv hair dr..ito( 473-2108 ar 4732S78.TFcktT. to A-Oaa ....,.. 11800. bit at...."
Fra *1....' **d ..11...,. far Mr. Whartaa. tlsck.. ......1.... T.."' ''' werkl.Midltl .. Pkaa. 9044393. Itpd 11/10. af Ja-Le M., Conner Spry Associate 144-8420 1
47S-B95. Itch 11/10. .*... Pr day ..... 301,
GARAGE BALE Saturday. EfllctoBctoi, f.......... ,....Saturday,11/9 TFI.... MOUE P..... 9044894 or .aw radial &I.... (itaal k.ltliabctrto FULLY
9 a... t. 4 *... Far Weakly .. ...,It.,. 2313 N.T..pl. '''-4I5S2. tlthg.BRADFORD .1....., _... Bad Mr. Ald..
t*.Uft, Nkklkinl to Ja.tale. 1. A... Starka, ROUTES III.'. riPANELINGCENTER. J
VENDING SEPTIC It..... .....* Matr.lt ...r_ Itch; i i
( *. F..... ..(... lUtctetktag TFI..... AVAILABLE NOW. V.0.r aad. CJI. radlai AC. TUtMMriaf 712..181M1'r
... DI....*, t.,., .. _.adbe.t1. TANK SERVICE Bradford
tlm C..p.y .... had
--- part .. wheal It a !
su. ItM 11116.WORKING TWO BEDROOM 12.55kaaea ...c.......tCMpay ......... C.MM.rebl raiM.BtbJ p.sp aad. ladartrial.Pally ata. ...,... .._ .. NaVTOtki Far ..... EMb.atei--- I w .

....... tar rot tor., pr.vWse" ..ipa.. 1Ie.....!. Pkaaa. 904.8121. -. *!*.5 P..... 944393.Itpd41116. .bloodlla. *.,* .1 .= = '1 IITHOMAS -'
MOTHER81' ''...... 782-3332;D..... Irk ila (.....1.... lao..t..atI3JOOO UegBILLS ,,, if"1 'bl. iad .... .. Aer.. I Paneling Molding | *
R.I....* *itk.r wfll turn tar- 'Matal. Lawtay. ltak( 1116.197S (2S.OOO: Far furlkar ..... _---t.--: ('hr.'.... Frl. Kitchen Cabinets (
.r........I.n M.*...* tkr. lal.rm.tloB 8134704S09aad HONDA HATCHBACK: 1119 3'.h.
4734710. 11/16. ......... SAW SHOP CBM- -4 JO. ll Counter Tops I : :
PrUr. Itpd ad S13
**M 1977. 1'''. M. n*. A..... M
arlca, --- "---
ADDRESS MAIL C..- OJ RcYeU.I: : '. &""394. 11/9 4takf 11/30. .,.Ircalarkaed" ikarpaakig, ...'Id., A... S...>a, K.,._.. 473M70 BOAT FOR 964.7599 I vanities I ;s:

.....*. CIF...... *t It_.. kato, ....r blad. boll.w Itebg 11/10. Fl.ai.r" I
Is........ with .n...!OW.rd.tall ...... lad k........ Leave (l 9S.OOi 89(81 FREE
*, rack ....*... ...- SUZUKI RM 12Si 10$1: ', .t I....... Balldlnc Supply, BMC: CAMPER. Extra .II.2501 .... I ESTIMATES I ]
!i,..... K. .,_ d....law ......., mat ._. (2.79S IAII
........ .*..10,. **d. 25 ......... .....1&1.... A p.praxlawtoly ar .
..*. S...... F.*. Jabs C. 16 hours rally tl/..... Ada.. Aata S...... KayrtBM. .....1'10.1| : :

L.... D.,.. M. RMta IS.Bm time. 450. .. bait altar LOST I. Rallard. to sis, ..73-4470.1'.I.n.. 1119 2uhg Br.n 'YAOGNN-JOHNSON.]
10SC ......., Fl.*. Pbaaa 433-2002 altar 8 .... > .U- TOMMY'S LANDCLEAR. FORD RANGER taa flat ) Estate wU 3
Inch 8ttor. jn. balU.E.rwark. B"AHIA B
., ING Caaiplata ,
12U4. Sld 11/10-ll/U. Itpd 11/16. cUar.Mai bad ..7.. PS, PB. 4 ipaad. I
warlrg taa P... ....734. 9/14 I3.23O.. A..... A... 8.1... highly /... T.I. Av.. 140 S. Thompson St.

I -I SUZUKI 1976 TS 400tract c..as 8k.pk.rd. 7 tl/..... -J-'H.I.-iii..7 lug 071. U/ckg. ....,Fto. I Old Coca Col. Punt II :;::

,trail, great caadltkia ...t.* .14. Pl... ali HANDYMAN) All .... 1>/.. WATSON'S;' 064-5711 I a

UNIDNCDUNTY ftSO. PbaM 488-1S34. Itpd D..... 431-1024. Itpd ....Ir.. ""."r'.ta,.." FORD PICKUP. 1872, toB. VACUUMS! aad 3 1/2 ors
11na.I I'' .......11.(. ........11I.. ....1 k... .IJ00. Adams ... ..1'' -
..d ....U... Special A... ..U% K..._.. 47,- ..chlan .
I naatsr..r ...1.. 4470. lug IIls.sills. sad ...... ---
WANT AO5 MOBIL!I HOME CATFISHO .... Fr.. .etlm.t.a. vacuum .,. black, SR It
Phase 9644961 altar 5 ,.... lOtk A.... (

.1 I O Ckaaaal Catllik.p.adraleed CUb' far Immedlet. attaaUaa. (,0 t P PORlU'HriES'I P.... 378. 20 ..r.. all-SR REALTY ;::

..... too AMP year a.. ar bay sham GENERAL CARPENTRY SIGN-P-AT \
abrMdy c>.(fct7S ...,. a WORK Palatlag, drBaagtaB. ...-..., ..... ------ ell: NethMelnulSt.Merkc.llorldeUmil, M:
paaad sad wa'l es.. far ,._11... ..,. FIRST AND SECOND Wilda Flea : .... R.ll.rd. :
FOR() SALE. : AMP 10 seats a paaad ...... .......... eb.M ..rt.... .... ....1....... 8.'.. S..., -- !III4IIIII: -
200. 9044084.10/8 &1/ ag Fast ..r.I... Becky Dyer f/., prime t.......,. A J.T"..... :s:
I all day Pose 474-2353 Lkeaeed 301 Nrtk. lied. E:.t.lePbmalag === ;
FORD PICK-UPi with I Sat. N... 18 W8R 125 Jf RtMODELINGi, "(I M..t.... Br.k.r. 11/10 -- -
I9S8 .
..... bad aad .292 V4 L..t., et Latker Its ta tka hems, .. .. UP 4tokg 12./,. : t. 50 ...... N. ta build. I.. a.llretTHAVA :-:

..( ... Aatamatla .ta Hear. HilUaroTa. .782-3714. ar 7823801.lln. Plamklag ra.ftagreams4at.aoat.. electrical.. r n |13 tocatlaB>|. Haiachig.W .
496-2308.! Uag. -----------
Gaad wart et reaeeaabla PROFITABLE Sad ....t..1 .... tad 3BR a menef reldetlal. aadcammerclal :;:
2.7.50,5 lack 8-lac c..-, prlcai r..r__PIt_ 904- la. .hap faur ... ..... prepertlee.We.UdiS.leepereea. ?!
Lack rime aad Spit ,Ir... I 8087. 4tckgll.l. FMtortogtfcabiteetlnjMBai. -- -

G... ....ltIo.. Call 498- ......* ad .'.r'...... I... oil Crttll. Part t
3628 altar 5 p... Itpd. II/I,. BRASINGTON WILL BABYSIT la my .... s-sO-, ta.hutoike.l--.ta. I IL'N ...11'..: .. ::
Cadillac -OldmobileSalee&Servic aaytkaa. day .r ...." A ayga I..t..", II.'.... aadtralBta BKANCII --- er -
RUMMAGE AND BAKE .....,t.... la taw Ucatlaa. *.Yae may ..-.. yearatara 301' ..r... 8R-230. ----------- :
*) ..... I.""Tf\: I..1/rl.e.lhme I ..
SALE,Sat..N... 1894 p.m. Hat ta .. Hula aa 15 -- ;.:
M.I. StrMt Hwy. 100 Lafca fint Selection Of Used P.... 9644703. 119tpd day*. Call .., time far Mr. 7N2: .. Late SR- Nr5.Nr518..tae Hrokrrssi \

..u.. By First Halted f Cart Taken OnCadiUae 11/16. LMfhHa, 61243S-1304. Itpd 2 BR black .....' Rd. 1111I.."" IlIlIit ::
Matkadlet CIt...... Usable 11/10. ( -- =-
Trade I. -
It... at ......1 ...,. Itakg BULLDOZER WORK, llaaac.d.. I acr. lot all .:...10,0, =:
IL nl. Complete Selection 2001 N.W.r.I3371J. if 301 Nartk. ::
U.I nUl
Small dsar, bdels.rlagad :
ofjef Paper Party GAINESVILLE ....11... P..... JImy -- --- :
ISIS 24 ft. TRAVEL "' Goode at., ,' Martin. 9114I-6230. tl/... 4 BR. 2 ( ) .... G.I... Rd. \ >( .l\U.s :;
TRAILERt ie--ceaul..d.. J'.1 Itlrillllul lie"U I 1\' --- "'.'.Mmmiin1' ::
A/C tody....,,,...; 01..,. .. sera sad. 3 BR e.wlaanlIIu.N: ==
REGISTER 393 .T..pl.An. 147,500. Rd. ::
/ M. *
G.....dltle..13000,.. ./. :
It. trfb.8 bat w/40 bp.EvUrade ell Drlilin GAS AND OIL Htula..t'I. i: ;: --- black I ppR&tLTY 0 tiI. : !
.._ sad traitor.WOO. "....,700HC1888 Paultry ... d BR. ...."'I..l 11I11. : ,
.. S.. Tbornpesn .od.,. .0..
.....e.1.U.e..r: N 308 St.
Call 494-2SS. lug i
; A II.'.. ... --.-
11/16.,: The Office 2" Thru O1' REASONABLE' PRICED. mare. detail. .It metal, 301 i
Shop 1..1 _...... pr.p.rty
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OFFICE SHOP 110 W. Call Fast Rotary I.PGas with blway /r..tap ad 5 BR .... ---' 1':.''l/I/ .K.:1l I

CALUTHE FOR CHRISTMAS GIFTSi, Drilling Equipment Fuel 011 h...II..._. ,..."..'"city available.LubrlcatingOib 1Ito1 ... .,...., ... .... end SIR "=
(13,000. .. Rd. 032WJ
atseblaf STATE LICENSED I trailer ea ,.. '
.. aiMrtad IBB : *
tkla.... Bay Bew for,.. ".U. wgssBULIAOZINB ....................... Wholesale Warehouse 'S A.. /. .. with ...... : :bleat.Pratt 8(! : : >.TrmplrHterke ti:
... .
day*. Cal: Ltoda 8.0....* for 4 1/2 --- .>....... ;::,3 .
U.... CMBty: Pumps Tires 4 B.R_..3 bath. aid.... ,....r., aa .... I..roved
8764 :
, Tim.,.ar l.tka.. .. ..........o........... Tubes:. as I .Q. 18,950. with-- : ....... Rd. Peal ask.r H. r....... :::

*Bulldozer WorkLargo New & UoodSaleaParKServIco Batteries 4 .... 7r--- ; :: i
Small 1 a.a... gawp .'.. a .. sod 4 BR tMM5045 .
or sash lows ....r ..... .. VS ... :: 1
city watar.. Sell IBkirn :.:
Land Fill 1
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HOMEOWNERS rr :: Caa.try. sidle Zaaad 1
E-2 TorinoPlumbing I
Lets al rya.r..tary. ?: ; IJI
PondoWILBUR 4 Reah._" 'a3. bast A7n
...................... A simple way to sad sir .1,1t I II.. ...... H.J5 --- ;; I
Ideal J Christmas Gins WATER Quickly borrow III ..h u VA' atg. (M>00 -- T.- .. .ehlb .... Oat.fI....ale.ekedy tot, :.'; I .,

Lay'A-Way For Xmas 944-441 ........"............ 54,000 or more .. CaMtartakla ..,-- 2$,. IB .....- ekllag.Tarm '\, :::= r-
Ph: :1.770-3227 Je.. 880 w: M.d.on't, Slerka L. SelNleg. "t I. ..,. ..... 9 r. .... .... ...11. .. y ". :
Or m...(. Now Installation *ProfgaslonallMce., It... apse Fair Prla. : aura 8O p private ..... S
*Convenient I 0'a350'. r.atal...... Sea 4 BR. OwMr ... ::
Remodeling Repairs ..... --- started ......1...|. YMItalek. 'fI i
DISTRIBUTOR NEEDEDi, Confidential (400 ... ... lie....* are (....00.00. :::
.... ............... *No red tape. TO .... .. ( : \
".'....|......, ......r.....'dletrlkatar.ktp, la year OWNER NEEDS .... at r .. '
.r...U.(...... ..........,,..1111 ... f......grew.leg For full.d.all.. simply 'ELL. tallabbl .. .eat ........; .12-60 ........ Ham u see .::
| tadaeiry ta Ike ..tie. M Mated by urranc ... (12J90.00. :7WALDO.9R

THE WALL STREET JoURNAL,. .....!.,... .......... calf COLLECT"M..I with atra ..... 30 ..... aa I .., ::-t
88 (1Z.OOOl. 3.8Z3.573 It_. .!tIt leo..a aK.O0igstla (40.000.a..I.. .,.. IIBBM, alas ,.
lavaatwato Fraai '
...... ...., .sko. ..,...ta. lB. tot, MirMUat leaatlaa i iI
| 1(0H. a...... By lavaataryt TV .11'. PUMPS SUPPLYCOMPANY ... S :
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\ C.S tesvIWJwer.: Sundar MC; :"'" iY:e"'f'j/f'.u.'f "' ,,her: 6irtea'e1Mnbc' #; ate...,'
CHURCH ACTIVITIES Wednesday at 7:1: p.m The Church ,',. guests of their parents Mr. and)f. ; I.," l "i>
for children t aIIUIJetTerrYphoaetl23300 Mrsi".rce Crew., United. herbrotherinlaw '
CHURCH OF GOUT Sunday School has a nursery pce-school 1"81. Harold Eunice ', .
services 11 andS during worship services. Mrs. Leonard Norman returned. : and sister, Mr. and
10 am. Worship United Methodist Women met at the Mrs. H.W. Pringle, of Worthlngton
p.m Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7 church Tuesday Nov. 7th with 11 Baptist Church of (GrUfUjfl( D. Mr. and Mrs Randy Roberts and home from St. Vincent Hospital. Springs on Saturday afternoon
p.m YPE Friday at 7 p.m. ladles present Mrs. Wilma Wain- SUrke, on Friday night She .ncr r daughter Heather spent the weekend Jacksonville on Friday. We are glad Mrs. Florence Hall of SUrke-was A
EVERGREEN BAPTIST Sunday Grandson Steve Futch of sr.rke. with their parents Mr. and Mrs. to hear that she Is Improving every
Frank Coal ,
aright presiding. guest of Mrs. (Hester Hicks on Sunday
School 10 am, Worship Services! 11 1avetheDevotional after the business'' attended the(wedding, ;of;# Miss Kathy Edward Robert tai Sampson Lake. day. afternoonMrs.
..m. and? p.m, Training Union p.m was taken care of, the meeting ad Teston and David Gaines on Saturday Mrs.Johnny Jenkins and Grandson, Miss Sherree Shlnn, was a Saturday Joyce Bennett, Mrs. ,Daisy
of Miss Sherrl Evans,
Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7 p.m. journed.The night at First Baptist Church Avery Green of Hilliard, were overnight guest Boch and Mrs. Ola Starling attended
FAITH BAPTISTt Radio Program next meeting will be at the Lawley. She attended Home Coming Sunday dinner guests of her mother, of Starke. Homecoming at Beulah. BaptistChurch
Mrs. Flossie Roster Mr. and Mrs.
on WPXE at S a.m. Sunday. Bible Each Grace Mrs. Alma Anders.Mr. .
Nov. 2lst Baptist
church Tuesday afternoon.
School 10 a.m, Worship Services 11 covered dish. Saturday dinner onSunday.Shewasa and Mrs. Lynn Bocb and Hubbard Harley, Mr. and Mrs. on Sunday
lady is to bring a Mrs. Dot Teston son Mike and
a.m. and 6:30 p.m, Prayer Meeting HIGHLAND BAPTIST Sunday Prevatt, and Mrs Evelyn Norman. daughter, Jennifer, of Starke, and Hermie Kelly, Mrs. Pierce Crews and daughter Nancy, attended the Hayes
Wednesday at 6:30: p.m. dinner of her Mrs. Virgil Griffls. of Palatka. Mr. and Mrs. Les McClellan
She a Monday guest were
Services 11 was
School 9:43: a.m, Worship Reunion at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
School Cecil Crawford, attended t the annual
FIRST BAPTIST Sunday a.m. and 7pm. Prayer Meeting sister, Miss Elizabeth Terry. She Sunday dinner guests of her mother Steve Hays of Alachua on Sunday
9:45 ..m, Worship Services 11 a.m. Wednesday at 7:30 returned home on Tuesday afternoon Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson, sister Mrs. get together for theretlremof Florida
and 7:30 p'm, Training Union 6:30: LAURA BAPTIST p.m.Sunday School Mr. and Mrs. David Stephens are Daisy Bocb and niece Miss, Lynn State Prison, held at the Luke/ Butler af ternooaMr.. and Mrs Ralph Futch and

p.m Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7:30: 10..m, Worship Services II am. and the proud parents of a son, David Whaley. Community Center on Saturday Nov family, of Black Mountain, N.C. ..pent'the
Alexander, born Thursday Nov. 9th We are happy to report that Mrs.James U.
p.m.A 7:30 p m, Prayer Meeting Wednesday weekend with their parents, Mr,
from Seaboard Avenue We are happy to learn that Mr.
Waters has
General Hospital.Gainesville. returned home
group ,
In Alachua
at 7:30: p.m.MORGAN and Mrs. Willie Green, of Griffls Loop
of Jacksonville attended Walter Starling Mrs. Elsie Normans'uncle
Baptist Church: ROAD BAPTIST from ,North Florida Regional ,
Starke. On their way' home they
our Revival on Wednesday Sunday School 10 ..m, Worship Mr. and Mrs. David Gaines of Hospital Gainesville, and is Im- ,is in Bradford County Hospital, visited their Aunt, Miss Elisabeth,
night Mr. and Mrs. Vaughan Prescott Services n ..m. and 7p.m. Training Starke, returned to their new 'home proving every day. is improving some everyday. Terry'on Monday.
came on Thursday night and their son night. Mr and Mrs Ronnie Mosley and Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Teston were
Wed- Thursday
Meeting on
Union 6 p.m, Prayer Mr and Mrs. Les McClellan were;'
and daughter sang several special nesday 7:30: p.m.NOR'IIISIDE Mrs. Charles Smith and children, children and her friend Mrs. Donna supper guests of their aon-In-Iaw.nd dinner of their
Sunday guests
Roger Eunice sang Thursday BAPTIST Sunday visited her parents Mr. and>Mrs. Padgett, of Maxvllle, and Mr. and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Reddish and
and Friday nights. Friday night the School 10 a.m, Worship Services 11 Andrew McComb for sometime and Mrs. Phil Eunice of Graham, 'were Mosley of Highland on Friday Nov. daughter Starke.Mrs. Margie
sons, :
Youth choir froiriJohnstown Baptist to Join her Tuesday guests or J their Mr 3rd. The occasion was to celebrate'
a m. and 7pm, Prayer Meeting will be leaving on Tuesday parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert McClellan and
sang special songs. Others came too. husband, Charles Smith in Dletrick, and Mrs. Harold Eunice on Tuesday. their Mother's Birthday.Mr. .
Wednesday at 7 pm. son Jeff spent the weekend with their'
and Mrs. Tommy Tslley and
special hsongs. Sundayrnlght SMYRNA MISSIONARY BAP. Md., where they will be stationed for brother and sister-Inlaw Mr. and
children of Gulf Breeze Fla.
sang at Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Glance and spent
TISTt Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship sometime.Mrs. aid
showed slides of the of the weekend with their parents Mr. Mrs. Ronnie McClellan family, of
6:30 Rev. Salyer Services 11 a.m. and 7 p.m, BTS 5:45: Larry Norman and daughter family, Palatka, visited their
Vidalia Ga.LAWTEY
Manuel brother-in-law and Mrs. J.B. Talley, of Starke, and ,
Holy Land. Brother Salyer Prayer Meeting on Wednesdayat Rhonda and her mother Mrs. Ola and sister, Mr. and
brought wonderful messages each p.m 7 p.m.PERSONALSI. Starling attended the funeral of Mra.Starling' Mrs Henry Hodges and family, on Mrs. John Tye Sr. SCHOOL NEWS
I mother-in-law, Mrs. Zllphla Friday night.Mr. Mr and Mrs. David Kelly and son,
tlGRACE UNITED METHODISTj Muse, at MacClenny on Saturday and Mrs. Larry, Dubose, of Justin, of Jacksonville, were Sunday Mrs. Rlpplengers sixth grade
Sunday School 9:45 ..m, Worship afternoon. Decatur, Ga., spent the weekend with dinner guests of their parents, Mr. health class and special guests
Services 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m Mrs. Tina Hardin and daughter of their brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Earl TroxwlL Thursday Oct. 26th from the Bradford,
Methodist Youth Fellowship at 6:30: Mrs. Joyce Futch, of Blackshear. Cincinnati. Ohio spent the weekend and Mrs. Robert Lee. While here Mrs. Mrs.Daisy Thompson spent a week THAN Hospital. A SPECIAL
p.m. Sunday night. Choir Practice on Ga., attended the revival at Grace with her brother and tiater-in-law. DuBose and her brother, Mr. Lee with her son and daughter-in-law Mr. GOES to Mrs. Carter Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Manuel celebrated their birthdays togetheron and Mrs. Billy Thompson and family, Stephenson and Mrs. Forsyth for
mother, Mrs. Maude Stephens, of Saturday.. :Df Gainesville. telling us about Blood Types and for
I Starke Nursing Home also spent the Mrs. Fred Moore spent the weekend Mrs.Wm. M. Griffls and daughters, typing blood of students with parental
COMMUNITY NEWSby weekend with them. with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. Debra and Janet visited her parents permission. The students have been
Mr. and Mrs. Mike Crapse, of and Mrs. WelleyThomas.ndlonJay, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wilkerson on studying the heart and the Circulatory'System
7-30 p.m. All members are asked to Starke, were Saturday supper guestsof of Live Oak. Sunday afternoon for the past: six weeks. The
Elizabeth Walker prepare for the church anniversary their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil, Mr. and Mrs. Emory Eunice and Mrs. Marian Hall and son Jeff Mars Sixth and Seventh grades will begin
Phone M4-M83 Friday before the second Sunday In llardee. sons, Douglas and Deron. of of Jacksonville, were Sunday dinner unit on nutrition this next six weeks.

Junior NAACP MeetingThe December.

monthly meeting of the Junior Notices An Important business
Branch of the Bradford County meeting will be held bee.4 at 8 p.m. at
Branch of the NAACP will meet New Bethel Baptist Church. All
Sunday, Nov. 19, at 3 p.m. In the annex members are asked to attend.
of Greater Allen Chapel AME Church. Greater Bethlehem Freewill
The senior Branch will meet Monday. Baptist" Church, The choirs sponsored -
Nov. 20 at 7:30 p.m. in the annex of a program In behalf of the choir
the Greater Allen Chapel AME anniversary Monday night at Lawtey.
Church. Prayer Meeting each Tuesday at 7:30:
All members and interested citizens p.m. The All Male Chorus rehearses
are Invited. each Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. The
The membershlpldrlveils, on for the Mission Group 1 will meet Wednesdayat
junior and senior members. To help of 7'30 p.m. at the home of Mrs Leola
all members are needed for success. McCutchln. Group 3 will meet at the
Choir FederationThe church in Mrs. Daniels class room.
third annual anniversary Thursday Story Hour will be held at
meeting of the Choir Federation of the church. The choirs of the church i
Bradford County began and will run will sponsor a program Friday. The
Sunday. Nov. 19, at 8 p.m. Deaconess Board will go to Mt.
night at Lawtey Baptist Church. Moriah Friday. The Official Board of .
The choir from Mr. Plsgah AME the church will meet Saturday. Nov.
Church will sing tonight (Thursday, 18. at 3 p.m. The annual church
Nov. 161. Tomorrow night (Friday, conference will be held Saturday at ,;
Nov. 17)) the choir from New Hope 7'30 p.m. Sunday School 9'30 a.m. I .' ,. .
Baptist Church with Elder P. Ruise Morning Worship 11 a.m. Evening "p..
from Sanderson speaking will be the Worship 6 p.m. ,
hoot church. The public is invited to Greater Allen Chapel AME Shurch;
attend. The Annie Randolph Missionary -
The First Baptist Church choir was In
Society met Wednesday she annex
In charge'Monday night. Ml. Zion of the church. Sunday School 10 a.m.
AME Church was In charge Tuesday Morning Worship 11 a.m. After
night and The Church of God in Unitywas morning services there,,will be a ,
In charge Wednesday night. business meeting. All members are ,
Church News asked to be present. o "
Free'' Taiwan True Church of God In The First Bon Church of the Living I '

ChrUtTarrying service each Wednesday Guard Prayer Services each

730 p.m.; Prayer Service Tuesday 7-45 p.m. Tarrying Ser
each p.m. Sunday School vices each Friday at 7'45 a.m. Sunday
10 a m. horning Worship 11 am. School 10-30 a.m.Morning Worship
Visitors are always welcome. 11:30: p.m. Home Mission YPCW 6
Pleasant Grove United Methodist pm

Church: The Young Choir rehearses

each' Wednesday. Prayer Meeting
each Thursday at 730 p.m. Sunday
School 10 a.m. Morning Worship 11 Sing Set SaturdayAt
a.m. Lovefeast Service 3 p.m. All
members are asked to cooperate with
Highland BaptistA
all activities. $
Mt. Plsgsh AME Church Sunday

School 10 a.m. Morning Worship 11 gospel sing Is set this Saturday
a,m. The congregation welcomed the night. Nov. 18, at Highland Baptist
pastor back for a new conference Church at 7 p.m.
year The Week's Family will be the
New Bethel Baptist Church: featured singers.
The public Is invited.
Prayer Service each Wednesday at
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