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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 23, 1978
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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2 Later FSP Escapees CaughtDeath I AFUKD Of FLA HJSTOfi, ;

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row Inmate Bobby Fleldmore Despres U serving life for a 1974 Lee. Ha said investigators are al ,
Lewis remained at law Tuesday Jacksonville robbery. Interviewing other inmates to see.1f'; ,. : SINCE 1879 + *

although two more FSP l ihmate*SoBiserving anyone else had knowledge, of the .
life sentences, were Both Despre and Magna were escape and other charges might-be$' :,, ,
recaptured Monday afternoon and workers In the prison garment factory pending,
early Tuesday morning after leaving and escaped by hiding In a truck going Lewis escaped Saturday wearing e4., i
through the Mm gate used Saturday from FSPto Union Correctional Institution. guards uniform marking the first #i l !
by Lewis escape from FSP's Death Row. ';I' I
Magna was recaptured !leas than an Rene Steven Wilkes was arrested '
Ralph Magna, 25. and Raymond hour after his escape by the use of it his home Sunday and booked into j
Deapres, 29, were both captured bloodhounds) Despres was recaptured the Duval County Jail for aiding and I
I within a mile of the prison. Magna is around 2 a.m, Tuesday morning close abetting an escape. He Is being held In
I serving life with no possibility of to Union Correctional Institutional lieu of a tioo.ooo bond Imposed by CIr The{Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven
i parole for 25-: yearn for a 1976 murder superintendent Raymond Massey'. suit Judge R Hudson Oliffe.It 4 j
conviction In Broward County, home. was Judge Oliff who sentencedSee lOOtk Year 8TARKE. FLORIDA IS Cent IBW I
according to Al. Lee. spokesman for Both inmates are back In custody Issue Thursday. November 13, 117' Copy \
I the Department of Corrections. and charged: with escape according to ( Page :2)r of ___m ,

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An early meeting has been then asked Principal Moore to :

} d w 1a.aa promised Bradford Middle School comment on conditions at the .
yr parents seeking a solution to what cafeteria.
r L'Xv they term unsanitary and Choosing his words carefully. \
2 overcrowded conditions In the Moore said he wouldn't say the lunch:

,, portable, carpeted classroom now room stinks but that it does have tin
used for an eating area. odes.
J o"r School board members stressed Is an odor 1 don't term .It a '
parents present at Monday night's stink." Moore said. },
live-hour meeting that several ItMS parents, however. say that
4 ti, slt F solutions) are being considered to, food Is dropped on the carpeted floor
w" remodel or renovate some part of the and It does slink .. '
rk w7 existing school to make room for the "For two\ tears, as Arthur !
long-sought cafeteria. Food Is now (Caskins; well knows I've said the :
satellited from the adjacent vo-tech situation ut the middle school
,y center to the portable classrooms; cafeteria Is deplorable," said Board I
Board members and Supt. Tom Member Pat Spongier.
Casey also stressed that only 170.000In "The board has to decide what to
."
:: capital outlay and debt service takeaway"at BMS to make room for acafeteria'
t L r. rM funds is available to spend on the BMS Cnnklns said.
cafeteria. Other of the$ Instate
e public education bond funds to be BUS Cafeteria Progressing
yN'r ;S .ourj available by July 1 must go first for Work Is apparently progressing
,, a o classroom space Supt. Casey satisfactorily on the 117:1.01": Bradford
u,' repeatedly told the parents. High School cafeteria remodeling job.
a h "''k 4t The$70,000 available and pegged to No mention was made to Contractor :.
j be spent on the BMS cafeteria Is left basest: Trient. present at Monday
ayes 1 over from a $1.2 million bond Issue night's meeting of the lateness of the
sold In 1973 to be repaid from motor project.Archie. "
vehicle license fee taxes. different Craig Sulley and Tried told
'' source from the public education the board that kitchen equipment him .
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1J u bonds. Casey stresses For that not arrived and that Trlest Is to rough :
r reason the school board went along In electrical and plumbing to make
,I'',. with Casey's suggestion Monday night certain the requirements for I Installation
to ask .he State to redesignate that are the same as on his drawings,
from B' classification to 'A', Hoth and Trlest told I Inboard
Equipped with .bard hats and glasses, the SUrke-Bradford County Chamber will go Into operation la January.Highway iickground Is SR-Z34I....-..". which$70.000 will allow a the needed cafeteria that alley upcctflcutlons for installation
ef Commerce board of governors hit the deck of DuPont's new dredge which right Is part of manmade lake IB which dredg' will soon be nesting project to be made a top priority Item. of some equipment w ere differenton

) A work session on the BMS the working drawings than
j cafeteria problem will be set and Actually required when equipment

parents notified and Invited In a"matterof nrrtvca. The bo !such! ,......,._,
.;. ..BrMdford. ;! !t&LZc! Q.n ."(;'apait4j4: W4&dw':y,: p'--''Parrlsh said.daysChmrmaifWT Monday night. ( Supt..?:! "k
Casey said he would set a meeting as purchased after bids were let
t Bradford County Is not only"home of the sweetest strawberries this side of soon as possible. The board told Salley not to bother
heaven Is also the"zircon capital of the world," the Chamber of Commerce The board has talked about several to get prices on a change for an
board of governors learned on a tour of the DuPont mining operation here last solutions to get a cafeteria at BMS electric line for a food warmer to be .
Thursday since the 70.000 Is not enough to builda rolled Into the nerving line which
Some members were seeing'the plant for the first time,although mining separate building to state would have required tearing up the
started here almost 30 years ago, and company payrolls have contributed some standards. Taking up part of the kitchen floor all the way Herons the
$74,000,000 to the local economy In that period. present BMS gym or using the present kitchen lifter ,Food Service*
Trail off SR-230 southwest multi-classroom Industrial arts Coordinator Deform Morgan Mild the
The tour following a noon lunch at the Ridge plant,
of Kingsley Lake, Included a visit to the new 900 ton dredge now being complex have been considered. staff can live without the food uiirmtr
the construction done by line
Having in the serving
assembled east of Starke at a cost of some 2700000.
and carpentry classes at the
The"Ridge Runner"as the huge dredge has already been dubbed. Is. 164 feet masonry vo-tech center or asking for Inmate
long 42 feet wide, and 52 feet high. It will be floated In January, replacing a labor from Lawtey Correction I
smaller dredge that has been working Ilmenite ore since 1949. No ( Institution has also been mentioned to Thief Caught

KB. Platt,manager of the Trail Ridge and Highland plants, assisted by John r- V' school board members. Chairman
Ruffini, Dick Ables, Bill Reneke and Dale Molferup, said the two plants have Parrish said much consideration Is
an annual capacity to produce 200.000 tons of Ilmenite, and 100.000 tons each of being given this possibility. In With Stolen
zircon and stauroflte. Umentte. a heavy black mineral Is shipped to DuPont answering a question. ,
pigments plants at Wilmington. Dela. and Johnsonville Tenn..where It Is used -j Supt. Casey said he Is also J'
as a raw material In the manufacture of titanium dioxide pigment. Zircon, a co-: i investigating using race track tax ''Items in Hand
product, is important In the fabrication of foundry molds, Platt said, and the funds to sell revenue certificates to
.Trail Ridge plant Is the largest producer of zircon in the U.S. Staurollte Is used raise more local money to be spent on
as a raw material In the production of cement, and also as a blast abrasive e thecufetf'rla. but said that would take .\ Pleasant (;roman was arrestedand
under: the trade name "Starblast." anti $::/.VMI' out of the current operatingbudget charged in two Mopiirnte burglary
which Is already tight. Casey Incidents th.it occurred within one
mined DuPont is approximately one mile ai.
Ruffini said the ore body being by Hind the board has not asked him to hour of euch other last Friday, !Nov\
wide and 20 miles long, extendein in a strip along to top of Trail Ridge from pledging racing tax funds but IB. according to Hrudford 'ounty
Blue Pone, southwest of Klngsley Lake, to Highland on the north boundary of pursue
he considers It part of his job to Sheriffs\ Department reports.
\the ore body. There ts enough ore remaining at this. time to keep the plant inproduction Chamber of Commerce President Lillian Pearson"mans" the control on new provide that Information in case the IH'piitDon Denton arrested Leo
for another 20 years,. Ruflni said. dredge, under watchful eye of Plant Manager K.B. Platt hoard decides to pursue that avenue. Allen. 4il. "'rldilIn the 1 I'kasunt
The new dredge will have greater strength and capacity will penetrate Some parents were highly critical of (;rove IIrell. ,\lIl.'n'IK l charged with two
deeper into the ore body,and will extend the life of the mining operation here by operations In the DuPont Company,and that the ore found here is the largest the present lunchroom. Hints of burglary one count of petty
its capamiity) of working out lower grage ores Platt said. Ilmenite beach sand deposit left in the U.S. "Some inmates eat better." Mid larceny. and one count of grand lar-
; The visitors were told that Trail Ridge and Highland are the only two mining The two plants employ approximately 300 persons. :Maria Wallace, who said she Is a ccnof u firearm a felony.
dietician and work at the prison. According to sheriff's reports.Allen
Mm.allace said the present eating Is charged with breaking Into the. .> '
urea stinks. Is u fire trap and a fire home of Albert liter of 'IHW N lark
Rumor of Teacher Cuts Denied hll za rd. SI in Starke Friday at 111':10: a,m..
; Another parent said Insecticide stealing an \1\1\1: !Digital lock
1 from two sprayers Is contaminating Radio valued at lit.: At II ':Nt. reports
food the children eat. Principal Jesse nay Allen broke Into the home of
: lloorelaid one sprayer directly over Larry Ardley on Slt-16.\ shot.
Paid Holidays are Newest Issue' where Home students eat Is turned off gun,shells, chain Haw, '*'elry,
during lunch' periods but another and an undisclosed amount .
works continuously 1)11) of which has since been recovered.
for the A bad fly problem is the reason the The sheriff's department received a
taken was the teachers rejecting the count which means less money
School board members and
Thursday Nov.13 Supt. last contrcl proposal by the board. school system than budgeted for. i Insecticide is being used. Principal call when' the second burglary, was
Tom Casey denied Intention of cutting
Moore' stated The fly problem Is taking place but when Denton
Based
THANKSGIVING OAYI teachers positions to give pay raises The school board had offered on the current student count better since the Insecticide is being .arrived the burglar was no'longer
told
VV Renumber tot taking away the three paid holidays of teachers six paid holidays per year. finance school Officer board Eddie it faces Douglas a projected used but hasn't solved the problem near the Ardley home. Deputy Denton
GIVE THANKSfor teachers or taking away planning Instead of the three in the current con the entirely.) Moore added. "We still have picked Allen up on Pleasant Grove;
periods of teachers when questioned tract. In lieu of a salary Increase. The shortage of 139.000. The administrative studentsin Home flies." Hoed minutes later with several of I'
staff Is to enroll
What You Havel Monday night. three additional paid holidays would available working to bring In the Board member Arthur Gaskina said the stolen items in his pocket according
Supt. Casey said no teachers will cost the school board no additional courses he has been In the BMS cafeteriamany to Sheriffs Department spokesmen
lose their jobs but that some teachersare money since the three days could be most Budget money.calculations were based on times. and "It doesn't stink to ,
Saturday, Nov..25 planning to leave in January and taken from what is now teacher FTE full-time equivalency me.: Allen received his first appearance I
might not be replaced due to a tight ,planning days.Teaches. a weighted>count of 5.662.38.At present the "We will do something about the Saturday. Nov. IS. and bond\\'asllet at
," CEMETERY WORKING financial situation cafeteria but some statements being $1.DIM for each case. The suspect: Is 1
rejected that plan tiE count is estimated at 5.540,,
Cemetery made here are untrue" Gasklns said. currently in Bradford County jail.
Dyal
Casey said a legal Interpretationmight because the board did not offer a i Tools. Lawn Mowers be necessary to determine If salary increase. The board claims 1
Needed Badly teachers are still entitled to three and teachers generally agree, there l Is :
days paid vacation since compen-. not money In the present budget for I
''teacher+,' raises. Only hope for a
Sunday. Nov.24SPAGHETTI sable such: as paid benefits and pay !
salary are still being negotiated and teacher pay raise this year la if the
DINNER teachers have not signed a contract state comes through with more money 1
this school term.Bargaining than ,
I4p.m.St. expected. -urNn.e1.f
Edward's Church RfF(1't ': l team members: for the In action Monday night.Supt. Casey !
Everyone Invited 'i.1!*acachen.Julie Miller and Hilda Dey. recommended that employees not I II
I.SO Adults ',.. ,' and BMS Instructor George Loper. the negotiating with the board and whichdo
$1M Children ..'"'' teacher.bargaining teem leader last not presently'have any paid vacation I. "! .
year, took .the position that items be given paid holiday time. Casey ,
----- ,Included. : in the contract signed last suggested four days paid vacation for *
c.w.. H year remain In effect until supercededt bus driver,cafeteria workers safety ,
by a newly adopted item or, until officer and five paid
.
JACKHN'S WILBIX6 :, '. expiration of the contract signed last paraprofessionals, ), cafeteria I
'year. Expiration day of the currentcontract managers and 10-month secretaries.The .
HPPLY Of StarkeHwy Is Aug. 18. 1980 board tabled the action because it
That contract: contained would cost an additional $5.419 from .

Ml a V 0B44O78HoioM clauses: on compensable items reopener and the operating flaaocistl budget in an already--
ksyarono / salary. Next move In r renegotiating tight : situation.. 'aBoard .

Hwy 100 AIM 21-A thOM Items Is up to theteacher member Arthur Gaskins I
4734173R bargaining. unit since the last,action, moved to table,citing: the low student

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. Fritz Kramer Celebrates 85th Birthday Sunday /! lte f/Jodatf flJUk'j/ fflie "Jf io;

P.M. (Fritz) Kramer celebrated hla rooms. Arrangements of the Mm aJlaiya
85th birthday Sunday afternoon from flowers centered the coffee table,
3'30 to 9-30 p.m. when hla daughter cake table, buffet, and guest book r
Mrs. A.J. Barry, entertained at a tables. !!!oSOt: iy &!/ ,, !964-7608
reception for him at her home on Assisting Mrs. Barry were Mr. and o- -- -
Bessent 1'08LAttractive Mrs. AI Kay Carlisle of Starke, Miss
arrangement* of fall Pam Kerns of Gainesville and Drew
flower in shades of yellow and rust and Adrienne Barry. Christy Lewis
Including asters and mum* high- Over 100 friends caned between the
lighted points of interest in the party appointed hours to honor Mr. Kramer.
Honored at Coke

II ADK Alpha Gamma Holds Meeting f 1 Party Saturday


Plans were made for Alpha Gamma
chapter of Alpha Delta Kappa for the by Initiation in December. Miss Christy Lewis, fiance of Stan 1 I
altruistic program for the coming An Interesting program was Reddish, whose marriage will be an Was ,
year and plans were discussed for the presented by Mrs Mary Yea rts of the a event of December 18,was honored ata
December: tasting" party at the Home Extension Services on "How to coke party Saturday morning by w
meeting held Monday Nov. 11, in the do your grocery shopping." Mrs J.F. Bloodworm Mrs. Randy
Episcopal Pariah House Delicious refreshments were served Johns, Mrs. BL. Moxley Jr.. Mrs.
President Sandra Duncan presided by the refreshment committee: G W Roberts Jr. and Mrs. H.M. Hat
Over the meeting. Mrs. Vickie Beale Ernestine Denmark. Evelyn Sinclair cher, Jr. at the home of the latter on
and Ernestine Register at the close of StreetArrangements,
E. Call
;;became a new member of the chapter' the
'In a pledge ceremony to be followed meeting. of mums, red and b'-
white roses, camellia and greenery
_ Miss Greta Alvarez HonoreeMiss were used throughout the party roomsas
Party
well as hanging baskets and house

Greta'Alvarez of plants.Greeting.
of Starke. Miami formerly The hostesses presented the guests at the door was % ,
was given a welcome
home party Sunday afternoon given honoree a peignoir set as a momentaof Joanne Whelchel Mrs. Hatcher who presented them to i .
the occasion. the line of MissLewis
by Wanda Arroyave Sandra Powell receiving composed
and Bobble Zolotski at the home of the ..................................." Joanne Whelchel her mother, Mrs. Vincent \
latter on SR-ia. Lewis and the groom-elect's mother, r4l
Mrs.Drew F. Reddish. Corsages were
Punch and cake were enjoyed by Lyle Anderson of San Diego, Calif.is Appearing InNutcracker -, presented to them. ;
the 30 guests during the party hours 1 spending 10 days with his mother BalletJoanne Inviting guests to the tea table was
,and Ii p.m Mrs. J.M. Barron. Mrs Randy Johns. The table was ',,
covered with an Imported silk organza ,
'1( Whelchel, daughter of Mr / l
----- cloth with Alpine braid trim. The
and Mrs. John D. Whelchel of Boca'Raton 4l
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of n
centerpiece was an arrangement I
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UNDERSTANDINGIs _
SYMPATHY and granddaughter of Mr. and silk flowers in a crystal bowl. Silver
Mrs. T I" Slade of Starke. will candelabra were used on either side of
What You Get From perform in Tschaikowsky's completeballet the centerpiece with burning yellow
DeWitt C. Jones The Nutcracker Nov. 24,25.,and tapers. Silver trays held dainty sand
26 at the War Memorial Auditorium In. wiches and sweets.Pouringcoffeeduring.
1 Funeral Home. port Lauderdale. the appointed
The Nutcracker is presented by the, hours were Mrs. Vernon Reddish,
We Are An Old Eitobl.th.d performing Company of Dance and Mrs. James R. Reddish, Mrs. John A. Mrs. and Mrs. David Anthony Loprr
Firm Very Experienced In the students from the Academy of' Reddish and Mrs. ,Michael Reddish,
Performing Arts of Fort Lauderdale aunts of the prospective groom. Tambria and David
Assisting Bereaved The Nutcracker is under the artistic Inviting guests to the family room Broadway Loper
If Families Through This Time direction of Ruth Petrlnovic. was Mrs. George Roberts, Jr. Mrs.

Of' Sadness By Making All The the Joanne Ballet has Guild previously of SanfordSeminolebefore danced with B patio.Serving.L. Moxley. Jr. Invited guests to the Exchange Wedding Vows Oct' 21

Necessary Arrangement For moving to Boca Raton. cokes from a crystal bowl
Service. filled with crushed ice were Mrs. Miss Tambrla Leigh Broadway, rose pink gown made of soft draping
We Can Help You M ok*Ad vane* Funeral Donald Ennis and Mrs Charles Agin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Steve silesta chiffon and accented by a
Hospital Auxiliary sisters of the bride-elect, and Mrs. Broadway of Keystone' Heights and flounced neckline In her hair she
Arrangement And Limit Cost.Now Doug Johns. David Anthony Loper, son of Mr. and wore a halo of pink and white flowers
Would B* A Good Tim To Visit To Meet Nov 28 Others who assisted in serving and Mrs. Henry Loper of Theressa, were and carried a nosegay of pink sweet
DeWitt Clones And His! Professional' Stall To caring for the guests were: Mrs. Joan married Saturday evening, Oct. 21, at heart roses daisies and pom-poms
Bradford County Hospital Auxiliarywill Chitty, Mrs. Charles T.L. 6 p.m. at the Community Church of trimmed with baby's breath
Acquaint Yourself With The Service TkoyOMr have a covered dish supper-meet. Casey, Jr., Mrs. Joe Missy. Mrs. Keystone. The other attendants dressed
ing Tuesday Nov. 28, at 7 p,m. at the Charles Hardy and the Misses Lynn Conducting the nuptial rites was the identically to the maid of honor were
DeWitt C.JonesFuneral Methodist Fellowship Hall. Moxley. Elise Johns, Brenda Roberts, Rev. Tom Poston. The altar was high Tract! Broadway sister of the bride;
Hostesses will be Miss Arthurine, and Ellen Bloodworth.The lighted with brass candelabra form. Cindy Flveash. and Terri Thompson
HomeStarke Blanchard Mrs Doris Overstreet, hostesses presented the ing a semicircle and flanked. by large They carried smaller'versions of the
Mrs. Jewell Roberts Mrs. Adar honoree with the oval vegetable bowlto palms. Brass urns held bouquets of nosegays with white daisies and pink
Reddish and Mrs. Linda Kay Johns her chosen ciilna.. pink carnations, white and burgundy miniature carnations.
Keystone All members are urged to attend Two hundred guests were invited to pompoms accentuated with baby's Miss Melissa Thompson cousin of
Heights this important meeting. call between the hours of ten to breath. Bouquets of baby's breath and the bride wearing an Ivory colored

964.6200 473 3176 ,I................................... twelve. fern tied with pink velvet ribbons, satin dress trimmed in lace and tied
RENTALHospital Vickie Turner of Belle Glade Brant Out-of-town guests were Mrs. David marked the bridal path. with a pink sash was the flower girl.
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Lewis and Mrs William Lewis of Organist Sonja Lewis provided the Following the a
and Turner of Jacksonville. Mr.: ceremony reception !
Bed WalUti Whets Chant a CrutchesWe Kay
and Mrs. Les Hardee of Brooker, Mrs.J Brunswick, Ga., Mrs. Joe Thompsonof traditional wedding music. Soloist was held at the. Keystone Heights
Are Big, Enough To Serve You. And Small Enough To Know You M. Barron of Starke and Lyle Anderson Melrose, Mrs. O.D. Moore and Mrs. Greg Smith played the piano, Woman's C'lub.
of San Diego, Calif. will be Ken Platt of Keystone Heights and accompanying Jeff Leukel who sang The bride's table lectured a white
!Miss Lori Shuford of Gainesville. "Love and '
Thanksgiving day guests of Mrs Song" "Your Song. three' tiered cuncllt'llght'ddlng
Janet Turner. Jimmy Smith served on the groom's cake trimmed with pink rosebuds u
best man. The ushers dressed in grey spiral !staircase with candles and
Beth Davis tuxedos trimmed in silver with bell and
were topped wedding cupid.
-, .., ... .. .' Donald Lopoiv brother the cake l l
tiSI islnyy a
:: : groom. Tie wasj -
/ .,
: .. Len AAoore" I i .' "" ... Bill Wahl. and Barry Broadwayt}bro1' bwinch candelabra with a
center
/ !I ?/>.-. (TV '"i V SA t&"l l II 51 ... .,' ..... ,,, .JI.., ""'1 ,,, ',f"", ) Inert of.HheiJjndo' LMgI"beore iJ '..stiff aungenfcmt4i/ "' iik4MHiiNhM4)t ,
I :, To Wed Nov. 25 Jason Pardee. cousin of the bride. He"was santhemums. e table was covered
1 dressed in black tuxedo Identicalto with a white dotted Swiss tablecloth
/ the groom. trimmed in lace.
\ poudlauds( yoio Miss Beth Davlsand Len Moore will The bride given in marriage by her Assisting during the reception were
be united in marriage Saturday, Nov. father wore a white Priscilla styled Shelley Haley, cousin of the bride and
tr ; V.",. at 7 p.m. at the Pine level Baptist gown featuring a Queen Ann neckline keeper of the bride's book; t'indi
-c< : a \2 ., Church with a reception following: in and empire styled bodice. The gown Perry Annette Walker Suzie Hroud-
fh the church Fellowship Hall. was accented by Alencon .lace appli way. aunt of the' bride; Muriel
) No invitations are being sent but all ques on a satin skirt. Bennett aunt of the bride: and Sue
5't.CI16. friends and relatives are invited .to The bridal veil was made of matching Pass\\aler.

> \ off't \ attend mantilla edged in reembroidered Following a wedding trip to Daytona
: eJ'n *' Alencon lace She carried an old and Disney World the coup e will
\ fashioned nosegay of pink roses' make their home at Silver Sands
\ t1fcAfJ"$ Las Vegas Night mixed with contrasting pink sweet Luke
# heart roses and baby's breath. The bride' groom Is presently
Adds $659 to Attending the bride as her maid of employed: ua an electrician at 'All
@ .JJe; t ,I honor was Jan Carlson dressed in a Florida Klectric:
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tJue) .Jt.l \ miniature Las Vegas held sway at BIRTHS
\ ....t'U"" / ) the Starke Golf and Country Club last
Saturday night adding$659 to the 1979
J .
\ Ci' vP &Lda& .J.--\f; ; Cancer Crusade Fund. according to Mr. and :Airs. Michael Hewolt announce
CJ Vf Lillian Stump county chairman of the the birth of a son. Robert
An enthusiastic crowd enjoyed General Hospital Robert
"I.fA J.// <. 11i. various games of chance a la Las joint his sister, Elizabeth: Hence
(, : t \ Vegas with the grand prize, a clock :Maternal grandparents are the late
/ JJ Mr. and Mrs: Kduard: S. Adkms.
-- -. ) ( radio, being won by Mrs Marjorie
? Thomson chairman of the crusade. Paternal grandparents are :Mr and
: Although! the drive does not }Mrs Arthur Hewett.
)
fIlJ ( ; /cJ \ officially start until next spring. the ....................................
I 1 \2 Bradford Chapter already has $1.211O
,
v on hand toward its SiWM) goal. Miss
J \' I i' :Mrs. Walter Krlck spent last weekIn
/ Stump said.

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; / V ( ):'f/t/ \ \ Mr. and Mrs. Kugene: Taylor of Ricky Frick and baby son.

1 \l\ L 1 : Oakland City Ind. are house guests of H K. Firth was in 'hicago. 111. last
I .h .1 !Mr. and !Mrs Walter Frick. Sunday to Wednesday'' on business
1 I t 1 Mr. and Mrs. Richard WIlliams of
Tallahassee. !Mr. and Mrs John :Mr. and :Mrs James A. Flynn of
Williams of Titusville and !Mr and Paulsboro :N.J. are Wednesday to l'u trie lu Culrlle
\T. 1 !Mrs, Bennie Williams of Savannah. Sunday guests of Rev and :Airs John ('harll''' Watson Jr.
(ia. and families are long weekend ,Flynn .
guests of :Mr and Mrs. :Mack Patricia Quiette:
\\illiams. Mr. and :Mrs Bennie F Williams

t'urrie. N.C. were Friday to :Monday ,:-, Charles
OSUE 1fNIN iliiJ 51'rf5 Mrs Fred Guy of Gainesville was guests ofIr.: .and Mrs.: Mack. Watson. Jr.. .
weekend shear. guest of :Mrs James Black- \\llliams.ATTENTION: .' Engagement toldMr


i : r a---- ---I : and :.Mrs. James Qulette of.
Starke announce the engagement and
\ lhe- \ approaching marriage of their daughter
\ ptde.ctliJve) .j I .1 i I Patricia Ann to Charles T.
Watson Jr.. lion of :Mr and :Mrs.
\ \ <:hal'l\\atson.. hr of Law
) ley.
\: \.tp do JJj( \ /i. ::1 i I Bradford Miss'Ouiettc High School.is a 1978! graduate w of

:Mr Watson'' is a 1077 graduate. of
\ n Vl1.5 Shoppch91f i I Baker County High School.
CQrif
f ,\ :November wedding is planned.

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'" flEE! GIFT( (.IRAPPIC4 '" fT.j.: \ I .MrsV:H. Hojster and daughter.
f : Sue of :North .
\ugusta. S.C. were
\ \ n I'' weekend guests of :.Mr. and ;Mrs. Drew
i
1- ; -I_ i m m&nm KeddishMr .

II' I :
/ I'I and Mrs..Drew Reddish had as
( 3rt-n JElrdile ? fa5fiLoiSgreftt Sunday dinner guests ,Ir. and :Mrs.

:. t E Ray's Electric Of, Keystone Heights I I''I :Mrs.Hex :Mixon Bob Edwards of Jacksonville.of Lake' City. and and

at Orfe&fridy1' ''I j! Now Offers A Surge That Has Mrs.;W.R. Royster and daughter. Sue.
Suppressor
qu'oJity fL gre..at / A Track of :North ,Augusta S.C. to celebrate

) Record Of Cutting Kilowatt Hours Used 1 'O-35 % I the Edwards birthday, of :'olrs.Iamle: Lou. .

& 8a1iJrdC11/ .
iL ,32. E This Could Mean'Hundreds Of Dollars Savings To YouRAY'S
,
J. 'I' I :Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Brown of Redkey.
$ttYirG ,: For More lnformation Call Ind. were last Monday to Thursday

: ELECTRIC 473-3681 -J I guests Browa of :Mr.. and' ,!Mrs,. George. W.
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I r rooker water Project springs Leak No Voting Necessary In Lawtey I


Local engineer Jarome KeUey, of a 60.000 gallon tank Instead of 100,000 of beeper batlerles for Marshall ,; everything: muHt be going pretty Since 1.1t1 under IU. new charter
| the .11''uon !.aWl!. holding an
.
Sverdrup and Parcel told rooker', gallon tank.According. Kaulerson moolrdylnlawey neither. goatpy'latef[ "
Tommy and a battery
Councilman election, there i I.
lien where
Council opposition
Town Council at it regular monthly to Keitey the FHmA charger for the town' fire-fighting McCbllvy or no
meeting November man \\I.>ne Massey drew opposition hi not tcquired ,1 telephone call Tun-
Tuesday, 14, that would not give the 75 percent grant on vehicles.
the Farmers Home AOmlnurtratloa the project submitted because the -Kaulerson reported that all street thus making It unnecessary to hold an Tallahassee day to the \Division of Election: In
had reviewed the plans for the town's more expensive 100,000 gallon tankwasn't election. provided confirmationthat
signs/ were assembled and the child
BothI'ullt; election MI .
new Group. 2. and an unnecessary.Carryover
water system and sent them back
necessary according to crossing and warning sign erected
asking for a change In design to show With a :Muitsey. Croup, qualified for re council members are
present population figures. Raulerson said the last batch of stop I election before the Oct. I 17 deadline Ma\or-rnmrnisKioner: Marvin Koxler.
-------- send council approval Kelley back will now signs would be up shortly. :\1,.('"lIe 'will begin his third two-year Miram.' JtUHteri Honrwtt und dean of
the revised
plans to the -The council
unanimously passed o term on the council when hers reinstalled the council) Kobert Scoil t !rider the
federal agencyand said his houldtearof a motion that will of the
put policing
In : new charter t t.
BHS .lunuury. McCulley nerved : utcoperate* umiiS'orcomrniitHloncr
their decision In about 10 town in
days. ballpark Marshall Hauler.Ion' i form .
Ol'lt'l'ut an chairman of the council.MuHitey i f government
Brooker has been working the hands The
on board discussed
faith the
IK I fiiuiicil
L currently completing the electing a
water project for several and recent Incidents of vandalism at the
years
term of from its member,
unexpircd resigned councilman mayor among
BLURBSEvery
had
tentatively finished Its planning recreation park and the fact that the
John ItobrrtHon who moved l.uwli'V (fried I Ma Itullnf in
but bad to :i I'I 7''
been counting on the 75: field lights have been ,left on all nightat .
.liifkKnnville: <"I'In office since.Innll..r when >tlK'l throe ImlifctviT cmiitfilniciulHTH
month at around'this time percent grant-23 percent loan times. Rauierson and councilman l1I''h'rm '
) nerved( previous to I he clerk '(' chief
the students at Bradford High Schoolare agreement with FHmA. Gene Melvin agreed .that a small this Near Mill lull In- lor n' election
up
preparing to demonstrate what Kelley suggested that Just In case group of residents has been causingthe
they have learned Aver the past six the grant-loan should fall through the great majority of the problems at ..
weeks. It has been a week of study and council would write back to bidders the ballf leld and after the debate over
review at the high school; all for a who corresponded with the board which method would be most successful
very good reason. The six weeks early in the process and ask them to to contrail ballpark activities.
exams are being given on Monday extend their bids. Rauierson was given council supportto
November 20th ana Tuesday the 21st In other council action at the handle the situation.Doggone.

The six weeks tests are usually very regular-Councilman monthly Gene meeting-Melvin .._._._ ._ ud...._........................._.d.._..._._._._ ...............................
trying for both the students and reportedto
faculty at BH.S. U just so happens the board that the lights for the
that both will have adequate time for towns tennis court had been repaired Another Escape 'Coma To

recovery over the Thanksgiving holidays as planned. Clerk Eva Clark noted

which begin on November .22 that the cost of repair was $709 with U was simply a case of being'dog-tired'of bring locked up. TERWILLEGAH MOTORS,
county funds paying for $636 of that.
thru the 24th.Thanksgiving.
Perhaps after hearing of the Florida State Prison
-The board approved the purchase escapes In the IM UN latch, u
to be time for '
seems a smarter-than-average canine decided he wanted out of his kennel III the
family and friends to get together and Starke veterinary office of James Pennington. pen 206 W. Madison St. 964.7200PrestigiOUS
have a good time. The B.H.S. Choir Is Police Investigators received call from PennlitKton's office
recently
con
usually busy around this time of year Escapees (From Page I) eet'lllD'the theft of a German Shepherd from the office krnnel. InteHllgiilioii
but now It may have some competi revealed vandalism or other stolen Items. and further In*emlgation ret raled
tion. Three popular students at BH.S.: Lewis and his partner Eddie Odom to that neighbors had seem the pooch escape artist wandering the area for three
have announced that will start
they a
days after the Incident.
die in the electric chair.
choir of their own The students are Department of Corrections : Apparently the wonder dog had climbed out of his fenced pen. opened tun : 79 Thunderbird
Horace Griffin. Beth Pat and
ray, spokesman along with superintendent doors thai were locked from the Inside and escaped to freedom Starke police :
Vivian Bell and the will
: organization Investigators that the trained
Dave Brierton held a press con- report shepherd was to open doors. :
be called The Gospel Choir: All those The missing dog did not make to Rio de Janlero
ference Monday at the prison. Brier. after the daring "h'uIH'| :
who are interested are urged to con-
ton said investigators still don't know however, but apparently lonesome and returned to the vet office four ditto. : I
tact one of these three people.IU'MEMBEH' after the where he reunited with his ...
how : escape was
The State Student form.Lewis but said obtained it has been a guard's established uni!- .............................................happy......owners........................:.
Assessment Test and the PSAT scores
he changed Into the uniform In a visitIng -
will be back right after Thanksgiving.
Good luck to all. room filled with 24 prisoners 18 of SOUTHSIDE. ELEMENTARY .... Now RentingOr
them Death Row inmates and 45 visi
tors.
-Patrick Crawford
Brierton said Lewis disguised in dates to remember: Stansbury Street between I the hours"" ol
-- the guard's uniform, a hairpiece and a Monday, Nov. 27, is the last day of Bam. and 4 p m. Trainingtill In-'
fake moustache, apparently was' the second six weeks grading period. furnished so that volunteers mi\; If You Need
I'pcoming dates of Interest to unchallenged by three guards in a Report cards will be sent home with be better able to serve in the I lirlcllhetChoose. Space'And Economy
parents!! and students of Bradford nearby control room when he asked to the students on Monday. December 4. Ms.\ I.lonlerl'Y1I"lIin.\ lirsl 1
High School: leave the locked visiting room and go This the second report card for grades grade teacher Is the coordinator'' ol -
\Mondtiy. Nov.20. Is six weeks test through a locked gate opening onto 1-5 and the first report card for this program for Southside. Fairmont Wagon LL,
for period two. four and six. the prison yard. klndergarton students of this 1978-79
'I'1It't4d.INov.. 21, the six weeks tests Lewis then walked 100 yards to the school year. Parents may return the --
trill I IN.' completed for periods one Sally Port where he told the guard appropriate section of the report card U'Nfll :MKM1eekof :: ::: :
three, und five.IVi'dnesday. there his correct name and said he 'to their child's teacher and indicate if \\ :>ot,27-lec.; I
November :22. to Nov. had to leave work because his wife a conference is requested. :MONDAY: :'\ov.n.: Hot log on IMIII
:!M fl) in Tiumksglving Holiday with had been Injured in an automobile Tuesday Dec. 12. at 7'30 p.m.. the baked beans cabbage slaw pout-hen, / "
student returning to school Monday. accident. He then walked to the gateto music students under the direction of milk. ..J _;
Nov.; :!7, for the final day of the secondsix a waiting car and driver and was Ms. Esther Casas music teacher will Tl'KSIlV.ov: : :! Chicken inul ""=
weeks and u make-up tent day. driven away. The escape was discovered present Christmas music program noodles buttered pens teased 1.411.111| Comfortable
inulcN will be reported on grade at :i p.m. when visiting hours following a brief PTA meeting. pours cheese rolls milk
sheets no later than noon Monday ended Parents are requested to help their \\KDNK.SII.\Y.: :2r! Chili
I IHx-emlHT 4. and Report cards will be Brierton said Monday their first children remember to return to the hflllines. tossed salad! tipple siuue.cinniimim a __ r Granadas'Giiaianty
iliHlrilxited along with TBS scores objective is to get Lewis back in cus school the stationery or footles or the rolls milk. o
Irom' April. IliK! The TBS test is to secondly find out how money they have collected for selling Till usn\\'. :Nov. :Itoloniiii clip
used to determine academic levels for Lewis walked out of a maximum them. Prizes are still being awarded macaroni and chi-cNe. green limn-, '
student in the following year security prison and what changes and it is necessary to collect all items carrot stick orange hall', hisctiit., R. riti..g.'yt. : ''The'' :.DQ'Y: 'j''j'W
must he made to prevent that happenIng and or money in order to wind up the milk. ,
again sales program. All moneys received HtlllXV, DeiI IkimltiirKcr onbun. .. .
"There was no excuse for the man for the sales of these items will be lelttice. lomiito. "French Irie : .' \ : e.f
getting out."' said Brierton. "It was used to help the school in its pineapple tidbits milk. < ,
BROOKERIN obviously a bizarre set of circumstances educational program for all students. I- _I
and we Intend to get to, the Southside is proud to announce that ,
." BRIEF bottom of ,,11 and any changes, that presently there are 32: Parent
I",' have to be made will be made." Volunteers appointed bYthe Bradford '
, ". +4)aL Bydrednfete'WrbscotV1u' tW 1iOo"11' v... The h'Ut/4hrou a.requesbby, tint' County School Board to assist in ourV ,,/ Federal J) ,
IMJC. has Issued a warrant for Lewis' educational program. If there are 1.I. "
:\ und :Mrs Perry White spent 40ht arrest under a I'.S. statute for unlaw other parents or adults who would like
>s through the Veteran's DayiMiiidiiy ful flight to avoid confinement. Lee to volunteer their time to work with
with their brother. \Mr. and said the FBI had sent investigators to teachers or students' please call DOES THE JOB!
:\h'.1 Diinuil White or Croveland. their the prison Tuesday to interview Southside School Office for more
liillit'r. :Mr. und Mrs. Calvin White inSuniptervillc. various prison officials. details or come by the office onYou.re

A Inimhtenl. hunting in the Take The Doubt Out Of Your Investments

l liii-hlomc: Hunting area. Includedwere
ferry's.ephcu'x.; Dtiniul White the Boss on
.Ir iiiil I'ul v in White II and his
brother Diiniiil. 'I'hl'hud. some luck / PASSBOOK
luinlinit.Mr. EfP@WIEllKING '
!
: and I :Mrs. C'ah'lnhite ofsiimptertille SAVINGS
\ visited bin eon Mr. and '" '
:Mrs. lu-rry White Lund other relatives fit tractor :
in Urooker \\ednesdiiy .'rld... .. l
Now 12, 14 ,.
Ill 11111 ; b 18 hp ':

:\1I'.lIncl :Mrs. .loeTiilleson nnnounce <
the birth of their son ;Mickall Joe, in 'r i.-. homX2377 t D'k.

'Aliii-hiiii' General; Hospital in '. r /
(Ciiinesville. Sunday., ;Nov. .1. He '. : '
sighed in at It\ pounds. :20! ounces and)
\\a"int'llt'lIlont.Ir.llnd:!:! ( ; :Mrs. "Iocll11'1111 .4 f44:;: \ FSLIC 7

:\ of Hrouker are the proud ... .-
maternal grandparents. '. ..

:r-' .....DOU bl e your. ..
Puts power in your hands to do big |jobs like no :. .
: PlattS
-- {J.60naf-- other tractor. All-gear drive converts nearly ''lars
; ()
100%& of horsepower into work saves gas D
too Big wheels high clearance extra weight fi
!l.m'iil; admittance to Bradford and traction to handle 20 big. productive attachments : .
I'olin Hospital( this week include' Mow 3 acres an hour plow till bulldoze, ASH KI-OGU:
.atashia( Kochelle. Teremi DeVore split logs etc. O/Il ACO IRA \ .. ,

Ada loll Smith. Delhi Coodtfc( ,Archie AMERICAN BUILT. RE'nnf.MI', ,
.fcickMHi. Dollii) Mull. I.i/zie Ihinker-
m.1'LIrnla rtiornlon. TUllln1Uish, E .,' PhAtiSState'
Arthur ..s.i'oIkhlu (;irlffm and [ @WlEmKING? 'F" f.
Edith: !'('ow'Irom MurkiAlbert: ': t
\\iIIl",)". Uinu-r. Louery.. Lorraine Superior Tractor Co. eut --
I'oiiipcau." U'illliH.iiulnlph und :NoebuIllakolroni ; ...IIt
r;...
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;
l.a\\tcy; Davist I llughex S353 Will lu..r Ilrttl J..., '1.. (KM) 711-1011 .' . t
Iron) Keystone I lloinlils.Mr. \

: iiiul: Mrs.. ;Mike ioldwire and A5c u r:1: I Ir ,
latinly and 1 \11'11.; Boh'rtIt'i; (-(' of
I'urt 1..IIIIIt'rd..I. arc spending the ? '. 'latll'= : )

tullwrt long i \\.ickemllth iClhll\ire. ;Mr and ;\11'1' Dr. R. E. Dopson oun : .........._.._..-. .-........ '...... \AUIOIIJa., Ilc

'l1I
..
a' LU'oIN '" Its fers
;Mr. anal :Mrs. Jesse Sublet .
of '(' A-:4 .lt
hU'lrl't..h..r". Twin an Wednesdayto Cfit/ii oLoviny Jlianmt*.. ,Y : tt.-"
Sunday' guests of their soninlawand )11. It ,
11.IIIthtt.r11'; and 1 1Ir.; ...- Harry ,'" HOME' :"r ,. ,

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"'deeds will regret to h'ur11'; ''. I n. : .. .. ,.
W..I. Kppersuii: is ciinlinetl in ..Ilachiuijtmeral t LOANS r.II : .::-... ;:
; I IN>' 1'111'I' itll u broken hip } f.'ri: ra Da n ielle Dop. on'I ;; :;' .a .,\ '

nveived in a fall at homl..I.llIt'k.. > II' : N

,
:Mr"? and 1 :\11'''. Gerald Tiiinter. the would like to give public notice of the $ "( "" "
'former Connii'.lones.' of SlIItalilrl.l.; .' '. "*'?? What Do You Need?, : .

Calif spent iK-t. :!r.-itowiih: \ tier mother ,IOH' & affection! to w fe.Jana.becauseshebias ,
1'(1
Mrs.. :\Iarhlri,' .tones and her brother. my
:'h'\\"r( Junes.. and attended the.class : r" '. a'' a We. Specialize In: "' : ,.v i' '
reunion on \".t:: :-rt. .1\
:
given me another love much i ','
person'to as
I 1. Security of investmenLs ." ,;t:r
V' -lr' ."": "' "
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<<'In Montford.; iLiughtrr of .Ir. ; '
and ;\1'< ''. 11"111'I"ntfllrd.; Jr. of as .I love,. her.!, :' ,, j.' .,5, .. .. '. *<., r+ a 2. High Returns on your Savings ..: '' .

:'1 ark-,'. wliM recently selected toN .".. ." I v 3. Convenient Locatioas -. '< /. .' i]... h '
his #Who Among Student in American iJ'I
rnivrriitile" and follegiJlins .. '* ,With All My Love '4 ..I. fast Serlice'. I

;Monttord l iM. u Junior l majiving in bu lnefit l- :"{ ,, ,It'\ ", } '. rstY"f
In
at Klorid.i Southern Lakeland. .'1. She I III n member of "
. '.. ...-Alpha; PeltaVt sorority; U.Itq.ltrm; .......;:, ...',1-. :. .Your, Husband. '. '.' ,. .
.: .
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I'i L'u..III"II\lr"-I1I1d. \ > the bellow.wkhip .. : : ... ..:. : ',.... : .1 'i' I I > \
,
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of c.'hrh'U.IIIlhlt'h"' She holds : Ron i' Guaranty Federal Savings & Loan
the ,campus wide "office of .reek; f
Female senator. I lit a Junior Advisor : .. Association of Gainesville .. '
tar the frt'"hnum'onlt'n.. and I I" a STARKE'
Sigma Chi fraternity little sister. Y', ft '/ 3,tV 7o> 'f.:.:;. .


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i TELEGRAPH N.v.23.071etr0R1ALS

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: Diana Canova Follows Tradition ">. .!.o .; FFA Munini:



i To Organize
OfStarle-bornMotherud
-G I. I '. ? :

,
The Agriculture Department at
'- Some Holywood writer are Bradford High School Is attempting to
predicting that Diana Canova form am active FFA Alumni
frequently teen on television comedy n ZY! Association of former FFA member,
11wuJ series, Mould at least equal or honorary chapter farmer, parent of
( possibly 'surpass the' show business FFA member, and other citizens of
career of bar famous mother, Judy Bradford County interested in the
Canova. Future Farmers of America
r organization and the future of the

Judy, aa many localltea remember, Agriculture Department at BHS.
was born In Starke the youngest
itt daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Canova.: Jimmy Alvarez' and Jackie Marr
t With her three brothers, Leo, Pete 'ct_. .d ; former Bradford FFA member* will,
and Joe and her sister,Anna, they got spearhead the meeting
their start In the entertainment world
II with a hlllUUy radio act on atatlon An organizational meeting I Is
WJAX, Jacksonville, where the scheduled Monday, Nov. 27, at 7 SO
I IS3 family moved from SLuice p.m. at the new agriculture facilities
r on the campus at Bradford,!III''".
i Later, the group decided to tackle
New York and the CanovM were soon .
is
aooearlnic In too radio shows oro--., ,. .
4u ;
; '
.
'".'. Mine No Threat
.
featuring{ Judy's yodeling act A few 4
.
years later she was featured In the .J" '
I @ .. Ziegfeld follies,and then became a hit Judy Canova Diana Canova
on Broadway in the musical' "Yokel To Kingsley Lake,
II Boy." It wasn't long before Hollywoodwas

??? ia bidding for her talents and she Like Mother. Like Daughteralso ,
-= ,' went on to a successful series of H KLPOA Told :*
and television .
I = t"I comedy films appear
'
I 3 President Carter who has made Thanksgiving Day. can ances. "one of the best" among pianists, corner on "Hollywood Squares." Next ./
specializing ragtime Jazz and hill- she turned up to sing on a short-lived INothing
o contribute bit to meeting the
E the promotion of human rights a Talent runs deep In the Canova billy music. Her brother Leo had an program last spring called "Mel and the DuPont mining
one of the objectives of his ad, 'needs of those less privileged by family. Judy's mother was a popular excellent tenor voice and others In Susan Together." Although the show operation does along Trail Ridge
I 52 ? ministration has issued a call to making the kind of donations, or pianist and --'among other the family were musically talentedtoo. wasn't a hit it brought Diana to the affect the water table or water
HiH5 the American people to take an even sacrifices that the appearances, used to play the musical attention of Dinah Shore, who quality of Klngsley Lake, members of

0 fc individual part in helping the President calls for. background for silent film In the Judging by young Diana's recent suggested a mother-daughter visit on KLPOA days of Starke's earliest movie the Dinah Show to sing a duet Owners Association) were told
breakthrough In television she Is following -
JjlSS l poor, and underprivileged by "Wabash Cannonball," morning by K.B. Platt
houses.Judy's elder sister,Anna was a longtime Saturday
-:; i observing this Thanksgiving Day And Mr. Carter isn't the first to although In her the singing family ability footsteps notappreciated favorite of Judy's. manager of the Trail Ridge and
of Thankful use his proclamation as a mediumfor was Highland ilmenite mines.
== as a day Giving. at first It's easy to understand why Diana Is
Americans to add the"giving"
:':: .. urging With her in the attracting the limelight lately lorshe' The meeting was held in the formerNail'
:: = In his proclamation to the "thanks. In the FOR ES'RY appearance in
=
controversial series, "Soap," a satire a personable youngster any store building on Road '1S-A.
-=:: traditionally issued by all same spirit. President Kennedysaid on daytime soap operas, Diana Joineda role she undertakes and in addition, which the association is seeking to
Presidents in mid-November he "Let us ask for guidance in IN Il." 0.1 COUNTY seasoned ensemble of older actors has discovered that she can really raise funds to purchase for use as a

== urges his fellow Americans to our striving for a better world for and seemed to grow more comfortable sing In the true Canova tradition. meeting place and community center.

:=:= observe the day and carry out the aU men. In the midst of our TimLaBelle before the cameras as the season Although her vocal talent was late !I'latt. and DuPont geologist Tom

:;:E: spirit of the first Thanksgiving thanksgiving let us not be b1 week progressed.before Joining rehearsals the case Diana only beat a being discovered. Diana says, "1 Garner showed slides and briefed the

:? by making personal donations to unmindful of the plight of those in out a healthy score of aspirants who at started 17 singing when Mozart.I was"four, and group on the mining operation.
was singing
religious or secular charities in many parts of the world to whom managed to be "not quite right" for explaining that the new Trail Ridge
order to help combat chronic hunger is no stranger" Others the part, while the vivacious, dark- "Show business is the only world I dredge will be ready for service by
and malnutrition have similar eyed dark-haired daughter of Judy know," says Diana now that she has January I and will continue mining
expressed thoughtsin
:3 hunger I Field thearea between Highways 2:10: end IA
The annual FFA Forestry obviously was. it all at her fingertips. "I spent my life
wherever it exists. their Thanksgiving proclama until late 1979.' when it will be floated
E Day was held at t O'lenoState Park taking lessons. I never knew ,there
tions. The choice of Diana for the part 'was anything else." north, crossing 16. as was done
i+2 As pointed out by historians Camp O'leno field day sponsored proved to be right on the button. several years aao on Kin:
; '"Sharing has been the essence of These messages remind us that' jointly by the Future Farmers of Starting slowly her character of Evidently Judy learned a trick or
two from her
America Division of Forestry, and Corinne at first overshadowed by thevet..anll. own mother. Mrs. Garner described the geology of the
should be
Thanksgiving from the begin Thanksgiving more Canova was an avid coach and sparedno
selected forestry related industries. soon caught on as Diana area saving that hte deep basin
E-= ning." It will be remembered that than just a day for returning This year Owens Illinois cosponsoredthe shifted gears by midseason.The effort In grooming and forming Kingsley take started as a
=== the Pilgrims invited the thanks-more than just an event. encouraging Judy and the others for sink hole many years ago. filling up

-=: neighboring Indians in their area enjoyable time for remembering Primary purposes of the event are word got around that Judy their proof careers that talent in entertainment.may be inherited Dianais with water from numerous springs

to share their bountiful feast and things past. It is a time of review- to give members an opportunity to use Canova's daughter "is a comer" In but it takes a mother's will power to natural rainfall and surface sandhill water

a the Indians did their share by a time for looking forward as the in forestry vocational skills they have learned Diana the entertainment was sitting world In the, and dummy's soon bring it out. And Judy's efforts with area runoff It from Is the part surrounding of the secondary
well backward, and a time for agriculture and Diana are bearing early fruit. (It
as
.::: bringing along "a covered dish, stimulate Interest in forestry. The ground water aquifer makes
S as we would say today filled with gathering new courage for the primary urposeofhetamspresent ,more stable than other lakes in the

;;a corn, and meats from their own uncertain future that lies aheadof is to be the winning chapter, so as to area-Some of hich depend entirely
us in 1978 just as the Pilgrimsdid be eligible for the slate contest held In upon rain.
storehouse, They had already
Jazz Closes Arts
Forest
Perry during Festival Week. Fantasy '
== aided the Pilgrims immeasurably in 1621.Although DuPont spends about l.iH: ( ) nn acre
by showing them how to Bradford Junior and Senior to reclaim the mined-out areas the
$ plant chapters secured third and said removing topsoil
= corn and fertilize it by burying a other Presidents have place in the team competition fourth Season Monday Nightk4:4& before-mining speakers replacing it later und

ffi dead fish in every hill. said it well perhaps none said it respectively by a strong showing I in planting grass after lertllil n The
better than the first George ocular estimation. They" took three of State Armory Hoard which: Jlas,,! a

As. an indication of how Washington in. 1789. when ,her the top four places. Ocular estimation forestry ,operaIlOJl".( mp
.
consists qf estimating- height and : IIiJll'f.ij
S :Americans shave prospered .and urged :,..thdt'wvmaythepunite ftS(!;diameter, 1 111.t"
the of the soil" in most humbly offering students from Bradford apparently
= enjoyed bounty our looked seedlings provided by Dul'ont (some
at few
trees
quite a prior to the
since that time, we n' that prayers and supplications to the contest 4 reek': j50.MWper( year I for restoration of the

;-- those first twenty acre oforn, great Lord and Ruler of Nations r land.
Mike Williams, of Bradford Jr.
= planted by the Pilgrims, have and beseech Him to pardon our .
took first place, and George I.oznicka, Platt siiid the restoration and
S multiplied into this year's national and other of Bradford Sr., second. Bobby environment protection
=M= harvest, the largest crop in transgressions; to enable us all, Starling tied for third and in the tie undergo regular inspections programs by the
billions whether in breaker, a pacing contest, lost out I
history-6.89 bushels. public or private Department of KnvlrnnmontulHegulation :
narrowly to Jerry Fielding of
stations to perform our duties Suwannee Chapter HH \111114 Department of

But in spite of this seeming properly and punctually; ...to Natural Kesourres. and that .strict
Chiefland Senior won the overall regulations must adhered loin land
== prosperity, the fact remains that promote the knowledge and award with Palatka Senior second reclamation as well us finality of the
::::::: many people not only in the U.S.A. practice of true religion and Bradford Junior third and BrgdforcjSenior water discharged Into Alligator' Creek

5 ., but throughout the world, go virtue and, generally, to grant ended In a tie with Madison after classification treatment in
to bed hungry every night. And unto all mankind such a degree of High for fourth All In all. It was a fine J Dul'ont Nettling ponds.

a most Americans, who have ample temporal prosperity as He alone day for the and fine congratulations showing of the are Bradford In order KI.I'O.ml'mlll'rK were assured

reason for giving thanks on knows to be best" Chapters. (that neither the dredging operation

nor the well used by lIul'ontould

............................ tap any underground sources that
might possibly he Itching. Kingsley"lake"
I ii Historic Building? W a'il aoan

The speakers said the two most

;.;3 This is the age of appreciation of display an interior that many of ](Tl1 JUW@ The Howard Hanger Jazz Fantasy serious fl"uUI'llrom problem on Kmgsley" Lake

= the past, when the restoration of the present generation have ..... William S.llaas ..... .front, l-r Charlotte Adams, dance: Dirk Kowal. by septic tanks phosphates fertilisers discharged from other
=
beautiful old buildings with never seen. Inside were four by Trumpet: Jimmy Ore Wallace; percumilon. Back Beth MHirccs. and from eutrophiculion
;;; much more character and better holes, carefully carved with service. Officer YounRblood. violin, total; Howard Hanger, piano: Jamie caused l h>' increased population

== materials then ninety percent of smooth edges in a wooden slab- Federal, State and County Soenbee, bass. round the lake Kulrophicution: loverlorlillat

== those being built today, is two large ones and two small for organizations along with veterans' ion i contributes to the
groups are bonding Howard Hanger who has been growth of plant life in a lane and
together to find
:North: (Carolina received his
S becoming a major trend in towns the big families of those days. approximately 130.000 Florida featured inB(' television documentaries ( the musical results partly Irom nutrients touching
raining tit Jacksom
:E and cities across the nation. The owner explains that the Vietnam veterans who have not used will bring his Jazz Fantasy of :Music. He regularly Conservatory lours into the water from lawn and Harden
holes are carved out of soft pine their educational benefits. to the Bradford High School Europe: and College lerliluers. UN well UN seepage! from
But now comes one. James wood. "It's softer than oakandno Auditorium. Monday November 27 at the (tinted Stales.campusesthroughout septic: ,funks.
== Flowers of who These veterans may have valid 8 00 pm. Admission Is free.
J : Philadelphia splinters, he says proudly. reasons for not using those benefits The Howard Hanger!! .'"ll Fantasy Platt said that if any sand Was
E. would carry the restoration but the Veterans Administrationwants The Jazz Fantasy Is drama brought Is the last in n series of public concerts( hlown, into the lake from the mining
e movement a little further than '1 like this old village" Flowers to talk with each one who still concert.: Modern dance is combined sponsored<<1 by the :SKCC( Fall Festivalof urea during unusuall>' high indsy\; it
==: the rest of us. He has asked the says of the town where his familyhas has time remaining to find out why u ith piano bass violin and trumpet to the 1"I'rforminlCrtl! a series should not prove harmful since]! it
5 city fathers of his township to lived for ninety "It's and to assist, where possible In Im- achieve a unique and stimulating funded l h y the :National: I Endowment: would IK- quartz sand, the same type
years. his her educational approach to entertainment.The tht.rts that forms the natural lake bottom.
proving or for and the Fine Arts Councilof
= safeguard his outdoor toilet (or part of an age when people knew background. ""orldarranjt.'ml'nls for the

= privy, as they are commonly their neighbors worked with concert program ranges from series are made through the Santa Fe
2 known) as an officially designated them and helped them out in Otto F. Siemar Commander 14th century .French carols to contemporary Community 'ollege Slarke 'enter Big Families ;:
== outhouse. So far he has stopped time of need. We're losing that American Legion Post 56. who Is music to "space jazz". office, with the support of the Bradford .

"tz: short of asking that it be placed today. We're losing a feel for campaign participating called In this OPERATION state-wide eniov Kven: this the program.non-jazz enthusiast will Countv Schools. Becoming Rare 't

::E: on the National Register of tradition. We're losing a feel for BOOST, said "eligibility has already t'shers 'for

Historic Places. people." expired for some and expiration date Hangar who is a native of Ft. members of the this Starke concert iirl; Scout are Tho day H of old-fashioned "big
are fast approaching for others. We Lauderdale and now lives in Ashville.SKAMAN Troop :No.: 669. families' are apparently on the wa"
"This i is a piece of history, right But we won't lose all our want to find"as many as we can as fastas out with the Census Bureau reporting

r.a; here" Flowers insists as he outhouses-that is. if Mr. Flowershas we can. : that a now majority have only American households -
oneor two people
opens the outhouse door to his way. At the present time. the VA pay : 'JOHN DIXON living In them.
monthly allowance of $311 to a single QUALIFIES FOR Trucked Vehicle. Battalion bused: op
=-== veteran In school full time: 370 to a NCCLKAR PROGRAMJohn Okinawa The bureaus said that because more
== "Wherever veteran with one dependent; $422 with He received the accelerated people are getting divorced' fewer
kindn...." there it a human being there Is a _chance for two dependents; and $26 for each Phillip Dixon son of Louis G. promotion in recognition, of outstanding |HII>ICN are being born and more
SenecaVW additional dependent. In addition, Dixon of Starke and Judith Dixon of performance. duty >oung people and the elderly can
also available Is free counseling Tampa. Florida has qualified for and proficiency and demonstrated professional maintain their own homes. 51.2: percent
tutorial assistance extra pay for enlisted in the United State Navy abilities. American households! now contain -
participation In the VA's Work-study Nuclear Power Program. Whitney joined the :Marine 'orps in no"more than two persons.! The
r "7 BRADFORD Program and low interest VA educational John Is a High School Senior at August 1976. figure for IWO was 411,9 per: cent. )
C'OJ loans. Bradford County and will sirs service
4 time-credit while In his Senior year at ('ORPORALJEFFERYGILLPARTICIPATES : : In spite of the large number'' of
Otto said. "I know have seen many Bradford. IN NATO EXERCISES ,young singles setting up their' own
e rtrrapI 4 Vietnam veterans in Bradford Being an excellent scholar John !Marine Lance Jeffery W. quarters and a mounting divorce rate
t* C County but I hope those that have has met the rigid requirements for the Gill,son of Emmett Corporal C. and Frances U that now claims almost one in three
VW GC used little of their marriages the said married
none or educational Navy's most prestigious program Gill of Route I Box 397. Keystone report
benefits will call or drop by and at Nuclear Power. John will start in the Height.Fla., recently participated In couples still maintain 83 per cent of
least talk with the Service the nation's 73 million hoUseholds. In
3 BOB Q. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER Officer or Navy two pay grades higher than the major NATO exercises "Bold
let him have the VA get in touch with most enlistees, and will be again Guard '78" and "Northern Wedding 1970. however, married couples made
S3 Publishers them." promoted after completion of his first "78" in northern Europe. up 71 per cent of household

== Published each Thursday and tfntwed M second Class. Matter The Commander'added that "the school tQ PetC7'&>Ui.Ife< -' rd.jrlaw. He is a member of Marine Attack The report also showed that the

9 at the Post Office at Stark, Fla. unde Act of March 3, 1879. decision to pursue education and Whitney Promoted Squadron 231 t IVMA-23U Marine number'' of families headed by a
Aircraft Group 32. 2d !Marine Aircraft woman. with,no man present ha
has to be made
=:;; training by each Sergeant
-- Subscription rate In trade area ty per year 14 Six( months. veteran but all of us Involved in Wing. Marine Corps Air Station. Increased one-third in the past
Outside trade area: '8 Pr rear. 14"' six Month*. OPERATION BOOST want to be sure Marine Sergeant Lawrence H. Cherry Point. N.CA decade now totaling 7.3 million.
Whitney son of William and 1975 of
Beverly graduate Keystone Large families of six or more
no veteran fails to the
use GI Bill
Phonfl fl4-fl305. Starke Florida because of Whitney of Raiford. Route One. has Heights Jr. Sr. High School. Gill, persona have decreased dramatically
being unaware of Its
benefits." been meritoriously promoted to hispresent joined the Marine Corps in October accounting for only seven of
rank while serving with 1st, 197. every 100 households in 1976.Pagel .


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--.-. ._1., :First. Warshin, .,. ServiceHeld;. InN; ty (Qld. ),.Presbyteria" Church I
PENTECOSTALCHVRCH ,- .
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Community Service I" 1 '
203 N. WATERS Thanksgiving .: '' TAry"iraN Presbyterian Church of Hard work by the men of t the church Street. Sunday service, were
STARKE The Bradford County Ministerial God", (text Psalm 103:1-3) will be Starke held Its first service Sunday, over the weekend.Installing pews andplanting conducted by the Rev. Jack Hand.
TUESDAY: Prayer meeting 9:30: Alliance to sponsoring the annual joint brought by the Rev Jack Hand, I' Nov. IB, In Its completely renovated shrubberyyewn by electric: Interim pastor. The newly: enlarged
Thanksgiving service on Thursday, pastor of the First Presbyterian and1 restored 92-year-oM sanctuary, light after dark;, put the finishing sanctuary with a seating capacity
a.m.WEDNESDAY: Bible Study, 7:30 November 23, at 10 a.m. Church of Starke. t which was moved last July 12 to Its touches on tile historic building Increased: from 100 to ISO, was full for
The public to Invited to Join In the new four-acre site on E. Call Street. constructed In lisa on N. Cherry tile occasion. The new enthuiasm of
p.m.SUNDAY- Sunday School 10 a.m'I The service to to be held at St giving thanks and pause to consider the congregation has become
'worship 7-30: p.m. Mark's Episcopal Church. The the source of all blessings ,on this contagious, and eight new members
Full gospel) church. message entitled "Gradltude for Thanksgiving Day 1979.r I Associate Pastor of "World's Largest have been added weeks.to the church roll in
the past two .

... _... "'n Sunday School" At Pine Level Baptist Including The: entire moving improvement the old program building
adding central air and heat,as well as
.JlJ D JJ I On Monday and Tuesday night Pine Level baptist Church is {mutation and soundproofing o new
which includesSunday
hall,
I
November 27, and 28. Dr. C. W. Fish located 34 miles west of Starke on fellowship
will SR-100. Nurseries- will be provided school: classrooms, pastors
Level
at Pine
.. . '.. -. -- Church.speak Baptist for children 2<* years and uDder study and secretary's office and and a
The service will begin at 7 each smaller kindergarten nursery
p.m.
building .is estimated at $225.000. A
night. Kingsley Lake ramp Is also provided for easy access:
; C.W. Ftsk Is one of the associate
for the hanlcapped.
of the First Church of to the sanctuary
== tuLLLL71tp : pastors Hammond Indiana,Baptist where' Dr. Jack Baptist Church The sanctuary Is virtually of the completewith
Hyles to pastor. This church has been the exception original
1r t acclaimed by Christian Life magazineas stained glass windows which are
"M" 78 SetThe being re-leaded and some small
"The World's Largest Sunday Night
I tar I School." During the year of 1977 the pieces of broken glass replaced In
c aLLiYF' average Sunday School attendancewas churches of the New River Jacksonville. The and feature &
of
the
chandelier, an original ,
over 14.700 per Sunday During Baptist Association will be meeting
.( 1977 there were over 20,000 Tuesday. Nov. 28, at 7-30 p.m. at the church. has been cleaned and
H conversions and additions; 8.025 of Kingsley Lake Baptist Church.on SR- restored to Its original beauty and, is
these were baptized. 10 east of Starke for "M" NI hL"M" an' outstanding feature of the
I T Flsk received honorary Doctor of night 1978 provides sanctuary.It .
: W i Divinity degree from; its lee-Anderson opportunity to make Church leaders Is planned to hold dedication
College in May of 11.73. He to a native and members aware of developmentsIn services for the church in January. It
U at Alabama to married, and has five Church Training. The purpose of will also be Included on the Christmas
1.1I. children. Flsk has written two books "M" night Is for Inspiration tour of homes in Starke on Sunday.
I FRUIT THAT REMAINS, a book on fellowship, and Information sharing.( December 17 '
winning souls and conserving the Guest speaker will be W. (CBlm M.
fI results; also SOUL-WINNING Carmichael Associate to the Church CHURCH SING ._
N R'I TOOLS, a book filled with Ideas, sug Training Department of Florida
I gestions. Illustrations, and helps in Baptist Convention. The Leonard Mooty family of
winning people to Christ and getting The program will also consist of a Nashville Tennessee;. will present a
them into the local church. Drama puppet show, singing and singspiratlon in a special service
E. awarding of trophy for the devoted entirely to Gospel songs
achievements in the Church Training Friday. Nov 24. at the Starke Chuch
Study Course awards Rev. Charles of God at 422 N. St. Clair Street.
Swartz. association church training Mrs Mooty Is a graduate of ,
j director, wishes to Invite all Bradford High School. I
interested persons to attend. A The Reverend Mel. Drake Is pastor _
I THANKStilVINCiII nursery will be provided for babies at.the Church. :.


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Turkology Time Has Come And went. Don't Worry About The Time You Spent Trying To I r Shannon" Renee Alvers eight great-great-grandchildren. _

Unscramble Each Merchant's Name, Because For A Few, It Brought Some Home. Ask Infant Shannon Renee Alvers, 11 Services were held Sunday. Nov 19 :.
Dedan Baptist Church at :3
at
If You Didn't Win Be Of Good Cheer,Your Turn Will Come. Maybe Next Year? days old died Sunday morning Nov. Brooker with Rev. Lacy Conwayofficiating.
20. In Alachua. General Hospital In
P.Ea r'P.
Burial was in the Dedan
Charley 'wY Gainesville.
WINNERS ARE JUDY M. BROWN- CAROL MILNER MARIE WYNN She was born Nov. B In Gainesville. Cemetery under the direction of

s_. air - r aasaaaa/ .. Survivors include her parents, Archer I Home of Lake Butler.
I i Kenneth A. and April Weaver Alvers

I Special thanks to all those who to periods and commas). All three of Keystone Heights; the grand- .
spent countless hours and taxed their entries were In Thursday morning,* I Johns parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack H. Alvers Tommy Lockamy 75
ml "thinker" to to with at to'I5 and and Mr. and Mrs.John L. Weaver all
I try come up 10'50. 11'05 of Keystone Heights; the great-grand- Tommy Lockamy. 73.: of
I perfectBelieve answers. respectively. I.. parents Mrs. Katie Rivers Henry 1' Jacksonville died Saturday morning.
thinkeersy end betterlluck next year to Donaldson Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Crtng.all Nov. 18. In the Jude Manor Nursing
About
This
It or not, our three winners I Question: Home in Jacksonville.Born .
I J. were all perfectly correct I even down those who l08t. I "Spring cleaning should of Orlando of Jacksonville and Mrs.; Mrs.Bertha J.C Thomas Howard Oct. 24. 1903 in Clinch County.

.- I Include an 'airing' of Insurance of Live Oak.Graveside. Ga.. Mr. Lockamy had lived In
- - -- Jacksonville for over 40 He
policies to be funeral services: were years. wasa
held Monday afternoon Nov. 20. in retired service station manager anda
: : sure that new risks are Gadara with Rev. member of the Woodmen of the c
Thr TaBs covered Cemetery Leamon World. '
Turkeys Giving Away adequately Ward officiating. -
without the needles Funeral services were held Monday

I WINNERS NOTIFIED BV NOON TUESDAY NOV 21,1978 expense of overlapping afternoon Nov. 20. In the Highland
I Baptist Church with Rev Jack
Employees Of The Bradford Co Telegraph & Relatives Not Eligible policies. Does the Mary Etta Carter lli.rfgei Dinsbccr officiating. Burial was in
Charley E. Johns Mary Etta Carter I lodges.. 94! of Highland Cemetery under direction of
Agency, a local Independent Brooker. died Friday. :Nov.' 17, In DeWitt C. Jones funeral Home.

PNILLIP CLARK, REALTOR JULIA'S FLORISTPAUL'S agent, after a free Gainesville.Alachua., General Hospital" m'.i,,,'in. :, at ,.
'
<< survey of Insurance ft Born,in Chalham.CoontKpeorgia''. *<>>>0;1 ,'dames j' mply
policies to be certain of Mrs. Hodges lived In Brooker for 78 : I : r
reasonable coverage?" years and was also a member of Bradford County school
DRIVE.IN CLEANERS PASTRY SHOP Dedan Baptist Church. superintendent and high school
Charley E. Survivors include one daughter. principal died Wednesday.Nov. 15. in
Melba Ree Rain of Archer: one son Alachua General; Hospital of an
AGENCY Evan W Hodges. Jr. of Brooker: one apparent heart attack.
SONNY'S REAL PIT BAR.B.OUE DURRANCE PUMP AND SUPPLY COMPANY JOHNS brother Carlos Carter of Sanford: Kev. Temple, whose recent address
two sisters, Laura Messer of is listed us Gainesville, was the
131 S. WALNUT ST, Jacksonville and Jane Waters of current: regional director of
compensatory education for the state
j PHONE 964-507O Worthington. Springs; nine grandchildren and- Department of Education. A former
TERWILLEGAR THE 30 great-grandchildren
MOTORS OffiCE SHOP pastor of the Brooker Church.
he was a member of the First Baptist
Church of Gainesville.
.\ native of Knoxville.: Tenn.. Rev
WILLIAMS JEWELR1 WISHBONE fRIED CHICKEN APPLICATION SPECIFICATIONS Temple graduated from Tallahassee
Leon High School where he was an all-
state basketball and football player.

CITY OF STARKE FLORIDA Temple played college football at
COOPER'S NURSERY AND LANDSCAPE William Jewell College In Kansas and '
HURST WRECKER SERVICE received his undergraduate and

COMPANY ZONING AND PLANNING OFFICIAL graduate degrees from Wayne State
I'nlverisly Nebraska:' He coachedat
the high school! level and was
appointed principal Lawtey Junior
BALDWIN CHEVROLET.OLDSMOBILE FAULKNER REALTY Educational Requirements: High 'In l 3'i-fio.! : \ was principal at
Brooker Junior High from IwiO-W.
Was! principal at Bradford Junior High!
1. High School' Graduate (Minimum) 'I'NM-tia.\ and was principal of Bradford
y JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY High School 'I'HiB-ii! ; .
GEM JEWELRY 2. Previous Experience Planning And Zoning Leaving Bradford County. Mr.
Of STARKE INC. iloward
Temple was principal at
(Familiar With Starke And
I. flThtflUlfU IHrnfl HI Previous Bishop! Junior High School in
Planning And Zoning Problems) Gainesville; 19i.71and wail! principalat
Buchholz High .in Gainesville .In
: fARM BUREAU INSURANCE HOLIDAY INN OFSTARKEBADCOCK = 7l-72! : ,
Other Qualifications: :Mr. Temple was elected

.. superintendent! of schools! in 'Bradford
.
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HOME FURNISHING CENTER 1. Preferably Married through July 1, |1I!I75. He then moved to
BRADFORD PRINTERS Gainesville; and became regional

OF STARKE 2. ,Uve In City of Starke for director the state.of compensatory education

3. Capable Of Acquiring Needed KnowledgeIn Itev Temple as! a past president of
SUNSHINE ELECTRICAL alt PLUMBING the Starke Cmlan Club u member of
JIM'S STYLING CENTER Areas Of the Holary. and Kiwants clubs! and a

SUPPLY CO", INC. A., Accounting And Finances J'ralernit member-. of I'hi Delta Kappa.

IflLflhtftL B: Simple Engineering And Terms And Survivors include his wife Lea J.
Temple: one daughter. l..
Temple:
:: THE MAGIC NEEDLE TG ANDY STORES, INC. = Specifications one son. Jimmy Temple, both of
C. Management And Public RelationsD. Gainesville; : two sisters.! B.J. Templeof
(Cocoa and Lois Grantharn of
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Knowledge Of City Requirements For Warner Hohbins. Georgia.
Building Services were held Saturday. Nov.
THOMAS AUTO PARTS ODOI'S TV SERVICE IK. tit II II.m. at First Baptist Church
Duties <>f Gainesville with !Jr. Jl'rn'lIa'ner
lint! KeHen Bryant of Starke

fLORIDA PEST CONTROL AND CHEMICAL Assist City Clerk. (In The Following Areas: Cemetery officiating.. Burial near Brooker.wan in under:Markey the

BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH direction of Johnson-Have Funeral
CO INC.
1. Planning And Zoning Home of Gainesville.: !


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: RALPH BRYAN REAL ESTATE, nORILAND REALTY :' 3. Other Duties As Required y Card Of Thanks 1$,

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CUARALOAN fEDERAL SAYINGS AND Applications Will Be Received By The City Of Starke .\:NKl'ot'' ,
STARKE 10TOI PARTS To all the many friends and neighbor -
ASSOC. Until December 30,1978City who extended their
pathy and condolences In our hours of -?
N frlef..heartr..lt thank vou. /
'. > You are beautiful/ people. !

!HARLEY!..JOHNS AGENCYIIIC. FLORIDA BANK AT STAhKEN 't : ,, Commission, City Of Starke. Florida I .. The'Fontaine Family '

"': 'Lr-- Our heartfelt thanks to all who -
"BYn.r:(" $'It extended comforting sympathy and
SAWYER.SLADE GAS, All CONDITIONING help In our recent sorrow. For the
beautiful!service floral offerings and ft*
-&APPLIANCECENTER COMMUNITY STATE BANK Merrill/ Edwards other kindnesses
.., ,. City Clerk grateful. we 'are deeply

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+ra..portatlon for violent me t'I' replied they could not because ambulances to the more concentrated metropolitan Williams concerning the dismissal of "
health patients surfaced a. on*of the are not properly equipped to centers. He said they would a B-U clinic staff member last June ..v K '),
most troublesome problems under handle clients he described at try to persuade the state to adopt was ruled Inappropriate for discussion -
discussion at.a Ding III Mental "flipped out." Green agreed that a at this hearing. Haldin said an
Health Board f I held NovemberH car equipped with a cage-like back weighted funding for district boards appeal had been tiled in the matter
to obtain public Input on need and seat was a necessity In handling such serving such areas because of the and It 'I. now pending before the District ,
services to the community. cases. Increased cost "Eilecnve treatment III board.
Chief of Police Jimmy Bowen andChIef' Pete Alderman, a spectator: of a mental) health case Involves not Williams apparently was referring ,
Deputy Sheriff Robert Green suggested that the Gainesville mentalhealth only the patient, but the entire to the dismissal of Dr Joseph Vey. of .
voiced their willingness to transport center should have a properly family" Haldin said, adding that It Keystone Heights,by the director. Dr. y'a 1 Lr
such patients to Gainesville In case of equipped car that could be sent out to was hard to get rural families into the Lennon last June. Williams said he Gtr'w
emergencies but both deplored the bring in patients from surrounding centers because of the travel distance brought the matter up for discussion
long wait encountered in admitting communities, rather than have each Involved. in the hope of Informing the public and
such clients to the Gainesville hospi. small town have to maintain Its own Linwood Colson. of the Lake City putting a stop to rumors concerning
tale They said It took only an hour to car for this purpose when there were HRS office Inquired about the the. Incident. .
make the run /to Gainesville and so few cases In any one rural commu- possibility of expanded facilities for The dismissal has already been
return to Starke but that sometimes nity during the year. the detoxf Icatlon of 14 to 18-year-olds upheld by the personnel committee of
another hour or two was lost In who were on drugs or alcohol. He said the clinic.Representatives. ,
BUI Haldin of Ocala member of the :'sr'C
unraveling red tape at the to
hospital at present the treatment of minors of the County
District III Board who conducted the
get..the admitted. .is
patient
and Commission, law
was not funded there was nothingto enforcement
said the board would Investigate -
costing the taxpayers" of Bradford hearing the,various alternatives, as wellas do but sit with them until they got it agencies, school .staff, and Rev 5t I tJlVI'F W
County money, both officers said
George Harper, chairman of the B-U
"and we may be needed at home while ways of funding the suggested board all praised the services +
remedies of their' He said that being
tied up In Gainesville. ; out system. rendered In the two counties by Dr.
J;>r. Bill- Lennon, director of the getting youngsters In this condition off Lennon and his staff.
Haldin said the board.,hag "a of Interstate 79 was becoming a
Bradford-Union; Guidance Clinic In problem "Never have we been In closer harmony Evelyn Strunk Wins Big Bundle
terrible time" providing services In In the Lake City area.
Starke, said violent cases in the twocounties )than now," Harper said.
averaged around 60 a year, the spaced! out rural areas compared A question brought up by Joe W.
whije. 79 per cent of the case load was a So>ou don't usually think you have a chance lo.In at all those grorrr 'store
non-violent types, "But when they do m gamesT \\cll. Evelyn Slrunk.of Rt.3. Box 17-.\. Stark got the surprise her
( life last week hen the bingo tab she brought home from the ttlarke U Inn-Dixie
occur, they are a; problem be saidIn Health Board Wants Lennon Facts
store matched up perfectly and made here' 'lest winner In the grocery chain's
answer to a question as to ..
Double Bingo Odd-Bingo Even game.MinnDixie .
whether such cases could be handled
: !Manager R.G. :Milton the' the wand
by the county rescue units, Bowen Apparently not satisfied with office for receiving $1,500 for personal Ea&y In the month, clinic board of possible prize.below 12.002.Airs.: Strunk presents w ho say s check she. had our putt two highest dulliir
actions taken by the Bradford-Union counseling from a clinic patient, while directors: chairman Rev. George
winners home. '
at Airs. Strunk's win was the first sleet given b\ She
Guidance Clinic Board of directors state funds paid the patients bill. Harper of Starke. asked for and Slarke store according .Milton.: away
FLORIDA Jie District III Mental Health BardMonday Lennon .Is also alleged to have misappropriated received a vote of confidence for grocery
requested the clinic submit a federally-funded drugs Lennon from the others members of
"complete outline" of the actions under the Indigent drug program. the board Harper said an affidavit
THEATRE being/ taken In response to allegations The district board, which oversees had been executed stating the clinic
of criminal activity by the clinic the B-U Clinic, asked for a written was qualified and Lennon had been BC "Wait and See"
Call & Walnut director. report covering the actions under permitted by board officer Robert to
; Starke 964-5451 The clinic board voted recently to which Lennon saw the patient, how Driggers to treat an indigent patientat ,
...,.. ....e....................... forward letters to appropriate the client name was revealed, where the clinic two years ago. Harper ,1
Fri. &to Sun. agencies expressing confidence in the client's file disappeared to ann- added the clinic fees were paid on a As Battle
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clinic director Dr bill Lennon. The how the Indigent drug program was percentage basis for use. He added Neighbors
letter was accompanied by an used or misused. there were "extenuating circum-
affidavit saying/ Lennon had been The board also requested a stances" In the patient's case and.
given permission to use the clinic. summary of the legal actions surrounding there was "no break In either clinic
Lennon Is currently under the case and how the Issue conduct, professional ethics or confidentiality Indigent Care LawWhile
1 investigation by the state attorney's might be resolved, ,"
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a 10 county bloc of :North/ continue to II'mt'thc.' Nil but himtaken
have decided to no further net ion and the slate
Florida neighbors
Christmas Parade Set Dec. work through lund one) the Florida. hasn't pressed' I the Issue cither.
legislature to got un indigent health Bradford s commission and other
PLUS. ',.-;, responsibility net changed local official: have tilrmwt ignored
cure
The Christmas season In Bradford awail me law. not budgeting lor indigent
Bradford oUlcllllllUrl. taking
'M istang Country' will again be accented by Starke's unit count.v"tnn.on the possiblyioslly cure costs hut not taking ui

.............:........... ...! annual Christmas. parade which will f issue see iitfttrcHslve stand against the (liteither. :
kick off
at 10 a m. Saturday, Decem- .I .
; ber 9, from the Bradford Square Like Bradford most of the 10
XO1 DRIVE-ICI OFFICIAL, ENTRY BLANK 'I have voiced
Shopping Center counties' Union Baker Columbia They; hope That this will
.,....................--... Suwannee. Putnam. Dixie Iilchrlst. In- one of the rare prohlemx ihul w ill
Oeor Mr. Cho/rman: tr HamIlton Lafayette, and Taylor: go awawhen I the stale reali/ex
Fri.. Sat. The parade, a tradition in the have refused to comply with the l 11177 smaller count lux' around "rich can't
t I IcJ county which has long been sponsoredby Ul Healthcare Responsibility which: til fort! In pm the indigent euro Busts| ,
WALT DISNEY'S the Chamber of Commerce, will You can count on us. jfy makes each county responsible for \xolfical from Uradlord, nion and !.
proceed north on US-301 and wind bills incurred by its indigentpatents the other complaining. count lex have
: TheTECHNICOLOR through Starke and back to the starting We will//partIe/pat./ In the ANNUAL BRADfORD no matter where In Florida wild, the hills could bankrupt II small
place. COUNTRY CHRISTMAS PARADC'to bo hold the patient Is treated eiMinlv;
1 1k In Bradford's case county: 1\(' commissioners his'e also voiced
Saturday, December 10, 10:00 A.M. residents have been treated at Stand the opinion In past mevlings\ Hut the
Participants are welcomed from Hospital in Gainesville 'iiml then Health <<'lIn'1'1 was a stale dcv..lie to
: businesses, churches, youth groups I claimed Inability to pay the bills. gel a nionkcv off its lau'k and give,,'
and Individuals In the county and Shands then has billed the county for reMponhihihtv. landlialuhtvi'i lotixinlvgovernments. '
Interested persons or groups can submit .
determined
It were
E1 .n. I the blank to [Name of Organization dub** Church or "Indigent'any patients Bradford County Clerk A recent meeting of thi'l I'ClunliioM -.

I C.o---' """nA the Chamber.of.Commerce office.at, Business) ,> tnwv" 't'"'1 m'J'J "Gib". Brown WIVH,; <)< ...{;iiiQtl'vIWe: in I.nkl.'it\ ,IIJ! '1.1 LnJtIC ..tw.'n: .rltiecil .
202 S. Walnut Street,or mall it to P:O.(" zaqt" rJ'M.'! ,. s ..... .. ....--"lIlIpdlu.ancl lns..buthlty.. iiuv,4'11'dlt'f>fi.es MfIRfInftt'"m'r'IJrroujTITll1c: Jeg'is. '
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t. JSlGn; 0C I Box .uW, >Slarkepeiia. inosM'ln II gusto S/gMd,1{ '" I'Nom. eye to eye on the definition of indigent. Tie countless: hud alw 'balked of u court J
!1NE / the parade has included floats INI
years "When we get a bill on a county: tile over (he iKsue lull decided lo

. ..!............................. from local scout troops, churches,and [ .] $' resident we send it to the county change, l.iclicM" Mule"senator Kenntlh
businesses the Bradford High School health department and only once has "Uuc""' :\lnl'lulJ"h'nln! and
Sun. Mon. Band and entries from the local Shrl- Phone Number "' the patient In question been Mate Kep George; : .'ruel)', I U'Mulct
ners club the ROTC drill team and determined close to being 'indigent' have met with nffliiul: from the I
TWO TEENAGE RUNAWAYS bands from Union County High School by our standards:" Brown said nclghlMirlng( counties .anil hu\'.' said
and Lake Butler Middle School Participation they will exert their! legislative
CAUGHT-UP IN A... Thus far Bradford has not paid a
r in the parade is free and Type of dEntryTeacher cent toward an Indigent health care .'towards .1 solution lo the ,
entry blanks can also be picked up at bill from outside the county Shundx proMeni
Chamber of Commerce office.



3't r.1M$1"j a9 1110 aINalltOtti '1U dJ LET US Rumors.*..... from .pOKe; one.,...........................................................................

COUNTOURThanksgiving Douglas told the board. 40 persons attending the meeting temporary teacher to work until l Wc. ,\ lo |p lrl ('lll,llc' In a safely l;
PLUS.'Substitute The administration Is currently There was no further discussion of the 19 to replace: )Dumpier, who has |xoKnini "i"' <1111 insurance toni|>..iiivuliuh.
BtESSINGS waiting on the State Department of matter, the board not wanting to discuss attended one day of school thlK term when instituted Ix e\Mtliil: | loreiliue
I Education to announce whether the details which might be broughtup Dumpier requested three different. liahililv in-iiramc C".tll.
Teachers' P value of an FTE unit, on which If a hearing is requested. Killabrew leave period. extending through Dee >Told 1 James I fendera it'|>i'escntlnuIhcMaikc
schools are paid has floated downward said he was not requesting a hearing. I I. Supt Casey Maid he routinely I Kcircatiim' liep+n'Imeait. In
or upwa rd. If the FTE unit floats Denied military leave to BMS approved the first military Icav. tell draw up terms tar II leaMof the old, ,.
', r up It will mean more money for local Instructor William C. Dampier effective questioned the second and third .ft'nl.in..I'c'nh'r in Keno 'lor use l h>' llu-
< ,,,;z. Z '. < schools, if it floats downward less at the board meeting of October requests for leave, Mctreation |ieinrtnienl| 'nl, Thl'I Itee. .
money.A one percent deviation either 16 and Instructed that Dampier be Tabled for Mudv a new' job desi' rip- Ih'pt oiirenilv. ""' ''' KM- hullitvvithiHil '
Dining I way would cost or earn the school notified to return to work by 7'45 a.m, lion booklet prepared In' Business" \ a ronlrue'l.I
board $39.0. Douglas said.In Dec. 4 or be considered absent without Manager Edie: )Douglas, which lik.iveil |ll arliiiMtion| in a !S'll.i'iaii" :! F
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=*> .* .\.< Sm :"m :.te *Z other action the school board leave The board deferred action on greatly reduces: voluminous <' : ,\ iiinniin| .tar hliHlents wliiili t
I -Suspended Instructor James V, the leave Oct. IB and attorney Jess description now' in force \\ill I'.t. | the Mliiml lnKiril $:JJHi, I
I Killabrew without pay pending a Wolbert reported Monday night the
Everyones Favorite/ hearing to consider his dismissal. board is not required to give military II
Killabrew is a diesel mechanics days leave In excess of 17 days Near-Fight At BUS Ends in Four Arrests
instructor at the vo-tech center. A allowed by law unless In time of war. ,
TURKEYWith hearing will be set if requested by However the board could deny the Two adults and two ..tu\'ml'M| omcalcdeamn| !Ifolh. men lire I
I, Killabrew. Killabrew told of his background leave. ,. including: two Bradford III (School lit-ing" held in I'.iaillord ('clllnl\' Jail'
and qualifications In an The board approved among other students were arrested last rid.i.v', ,\ ''i'I'lIr..ld. ll.iinpton. high Kchiiolilropotil :
Dressing i emotional 15-mlnute discourse to the personnel acted on Monday night a :Nov: l7.after Starke police: broke up'a wan also arrested and :.
suspected fight near the high whool. charged l withanumvalcdii'-ismilt with l lII
on Washington St. ilendlv \\eaiiin, ,i klll'' ', and.u 17vearolil ,
HAM. I !IllS student Kddie: ,\ldrUlxe.Jr/ .. 'Ion' 1 HITS ..!Uk'lIl11" hargeil
of Marke. was charged u ith hreaih of with aggravated' asNault Moth Juveniles
With Fruit Sauce the pence, while I nion Correctional were Kent to ,Mai'him Juvenile' :
Mr. J9 Hwy 21 lfleer Richard Wendell Hcnmtt :!'.!, <'enter
s carried charge of contributing to the* 'I'wo of those (XTsons iirresli-d were
Roast Beef Melrose Fla. delinquency of a minor and carrying a while' and I two arreMtd vteri htatkI f


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LAWTEY
CHURCH ACTIVITIES Highland Baptist Church on Saturday mustard-ketchup-lettuce-tomato-:: We had a nice turnout for our
QroaCI OF night. I'" -". pickle tater tots, frululcle. milk. November meeting and are glad to
Services tl School Billy Jr., Scottie: and Michael BY to..betb: Terry have all interested parents of our
10 a-m, Worship a.m. and Anders spent the weekend with their phone 7SZ-3300 LAWTEY DIXIE YOUTH community. Let's keep growing aa a
p.m. PrsyerWedneaday: 7p.m. parents Mr. and Mrs. Billy Anders Sr Th winner of our pig raffle drawing community organization for our
YPE Friday at 'f p n in Jacksonville.Mr and Mr. and Mrs O.V. Wiggins of )Sunday dinner guest of her Mother. Nov. t. WM MI. Jeanette Futch of youth.
EVERGREEN BAPTIST Sunday and Mrs 01. Boyette'' and Jacksonville were Sunday dinner Mrj' Dot Teston Lawtey. The lucky ticket number WM nag Football Teams 8. 9. 10. '.
School 10 a.m. Worship Services U family visited Mr. and Mrs Don guests of theirparents, Mr. and Mrs. I Larry Norman and daughter 059.The winning ticket was drawn by Falcons and Redskins' are tied' for :
a.m, and 7 p.m Training Union p.m Boyette and family of Macctenny on .L. Wilkinson Sr. Rhonda, and mother, Mrs. Ola Lamar Crews first place with a wine.). I loss 1 Ue:
Prayer Meeting Wednesday: 7 p.m. Saturday Mr*.Mabel Boyette of Jacksonville, .tailing visited Miss Teresa DeVore Thank to !the Carl Norman family Dolphins are In 2nd place with 2 wins. ,
FAITH BAPTIST, Radio PrOID'amen Mr*. fierce Crew attended, thesupper is spending some time with her son-in- In Brlldrord County Hospital on for donating the pig and the "best 6 1 loess Buccaneer are In 3rd place
WPXE at a a.m. Sunday. Bible at Baylca Highway Churchon law and daughter. Col, and Mrs. Wm.Wilson. .\ .Saturday afternoon. ales persons"were Ed Crew family with 1 win. 7 1 losses.
School 10 arm, Worship Services 1 11 Saturday night Mr Walter Starling returned to his Thanks to everyone that participatedin Flag Football Teams 10. U, 12-
am. and a-30: pm. Prayer Clyde Dobbs of Gainesville, visited Mr. and Mrs Daniel Wilkinson and home Sunday morning from Bradford buying and selling! Seminoles are In lit place with 3 wins.I .
Wednesday at 6-30 Meeting his uncle and aunt, Mr. and,,Mrs.Arlla daughter Dana of Jacksonville were County Hospital and la Improving. The L.D.Y.A. will raffle off a I lass Galore and Haulers are tied
FIRST BAPTIST p.m. Dobbs on Sunday. Sunday dinner guest of their parents Mrs Pam Lomaxm of Callahan was beautiful, handcrafted leather purse with 2 wins and 2 losses and
+ Sunday: School Mr. and Mrs. Harold Eunice visited Mr. and Mrs. Donald WUkison. a Friday dinner guest of her brother- Just In time for Christmas. December Hurricanes have I win and 3 losses
'43 a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. their ion and daughter-in-law Mr.and Mrs. Tim Wilkerson returned home In-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. 14.Be sure to attend our next monthly
and 7:30: p.m. Training Union 6-30 Mrs. Emory Eunice and family of from St. Vincents Hospital, Wendell Sanders. meeting for the drawing.
P.HV Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7:30 Gainesville on Friday. Jacksonville, on Saturday after Membership cards: are now Mooie antlers are shed
p.m.GRACE Mr*.Sidney Hansen was a Saturday surgery Nov. 6. We are happy to learn SCHOOL NEWS available at It each. You must be a in December, sprout
UNITED METHODISTS Mayer guest of her liter. Mrs. Walter that she is getting along fine. Thanksgiving Holidays will be member for your vote to count on again in April and reach d
Sunday School ':45 am. Worship Mr. and Mr*. Bennett WUkison. Jr., November 22, 23, and 24, for school business matters. their full lite in June.
Services 11 am. and 7'30! p.m. Mr, Willie Dobbs and daughter of Jacksonville:: visited Miss ;Ctiiloren. A turkey shoot is being planned for
Methodist Youth Fellowship at 6-30: Chris were Sunday dinner guests of Elizabeth Terry Sunday afternoon. If you would like to order a school December Z, '
pm. Sunday night, Choir Practice on hi* parents Mr and Mr*. Arlie Mr. and Mrs Wendell Sanders and Jacket please do so by Tuesday Nov.
Wednesday at 7:15 p.m. The Church Doblja. family were Sunday night dinner ,:21. Jackets must be paid-in-full when
has a nursery for pre-sehool during Henry Hodges and children guests of their brother-in-law and ordering. We have the following fl i
worship services. attended the Stock Car races at slater Mr. and Mrs Phillip Davis, of Jackets in the school office If you !
The Jr. and Sr, Methodist Youth Jacksonville Speedway on Saturday Lake City. would like to buy one. Please send
Fellowship will have separate night. Mr. Wayne Hardee and children of 12.37 and state size wanted. I II
Hayrides on Sunday Nov. 26th. Dress Mr and Mr. Mikey Kelly ofLeesburg Highland, visited her parents. Mr. '. With Lawtey Dolphins emblem
Warm and meet at the church: at 6 were Saturday dinner and Mrs Fred Carter of Clay Hill on four Jackets' size 6-8; two Jackets, size
p.m. A Hot Dog roast will follow at guests of their parents Mr. and Mrs. Sunday afternoon 14-16, Main Jacket (without
t:30: p.nvat the Church. Donations for James D. Kelly. Friends of Miss Teresa DeVore. emblem) one size 10-12; two sizes 14-
the Youth will be accepted and can be Mr. and Mrs. Hoyt Knowles and regret to learn that she Is patient in 16, (one light blue); one navy blue
brought to the Church on Sunday daughter of Jacksonville were Bradford County Hospital Our Jacket size adult large. I "
morning Nov. 26th. Sunday dinner guests of their uncle prayers are with her. .' The end of the second six-weeks will
HIGHLAND BAPTIST and aunt. Mr. and Mr*. Arlie Dobbs. Mrs Lett McClellan and her mother ( be Monday.Nov. 27. Report cards will '
t School ':45 a.m. Worship Services Sunday 11a.m. Mrs Tracey Cox of Howey-ln-the- Mr*. R.H. Futch visited Mr*. be sent home December 4.SCHOOL ,
and. 7 p.m Prayer HUIs. accompanied Mr and Mrs. McClellan's daughter, Mrs. Margie
Wednesday at 7:30: Meeting Mikey Kelly! of Leesburff to her Reddish and children In Starke. While MENU'
LAURA BAPTIST p.m. parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Kelly there they visited Mrs. McClellan' Nov 27-Dec.1MONDAVI \ i
Sunday School She will be with them until after niece Miss Teresa DeVore In iI
10 a.m. Worship Services a.m. and Thanksgiving. Her husband will Join Bradoford County Hospital, Sunday
,
tossed
Pizza salad
7-30 p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday her on Wednesday. afternoon. I
fit 7-30 p.m.MORG"N. Mr.Ben McCulley was Initiated Into later butter tote milk.TUESDAYt, .peaches,. bread, slice, (
ROAD BAPTIST the Shrlners on Saturday and i44Jj I
Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship attended the Shrlners Dance after the Guests of Mrs. Fred Moore during Bologna, cup .
,Services 11 a.m. and 7 p.m Training Initiation on Saturday night. the week and on Sunday were' Mr, macaroni and cheese green lima I
Union 6 p.m Prayer Meeting Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly and Mrs. S. D. Andrews and Randy of beans applesuace hot biscuits Il l
Wednesday 7:30: p.m. attended the Bradford-Union retired Wildwood Mrs Gayle Todor and butter milk.WIINtSDAYt. I
..NORTHSIDE BAPTIST. teachers meeting and luncheon at Brad Todor of Orange Park Jeff Boiled, beans with (
'Sunday Lake Butler Community Center on Torode of Jacksonville Mrand Mr*. ham
seasoning, rice, cole slaw I
School 10 ,
a.m., Worship services. II pears
Hobbs of Gainesville.Mr. .
Thursday.Mr. Johnny
cornbread butter milk. I It
and ;
7
a.m. p.m., Prayer Meeting and Mrs. Dave Kelly and son of and Mrs. Cecil Hardee visited THURSDAY
Wednesday at 7 p.m Jacksonville spent the weekend with their brother-in-law and sister Mr Meat ,loaf with t I II
..8 MY R N MISSIONARY their parents Mr. and Mrs. George and Mrs. Oscar Vanzant of Callahan catsup mashed potatoes and gravy I
BAPTIST. Sunday School 10 A.M., Kelly. on Thursday. green beans, peaches, hot. rolls. .
Worship services 11 a.m. and 7pm. Mrs. Helen of Mrs David of butter milk.FRIDAY ''I'Ik
DeYoung Fullerton. Gaines Starke, was a d 4
BTS: s"43 p.m., Prayer Meeting California and Mr. and Mr. Robert : Hamburger on bun.WORRIED i
fVednesday 7 p.m. Vadenal. Wonnsocket. R.I., will { I
PERSONALSMr. arrive Monday and spend
Thanksgiving with their brotherinlaw i ir
ABOUT I
and Mrs. M.D. Crapee were I
and sister. Mr. and Mr*. Ben J
Sunday dinner guests of their son-and McCulley
daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce J.C. Prevatt of Gainesville visitedhis );
Crapse of Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. Mother, Mrs Carl Prevatt. and
prapse and their new daughter sister Mrs. Evelyn Norman on OILAVAILARILITY
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Athena Gay are staying with their Monday.Mrs. GAS AND
unlit
parents after Thanksgiving. Charles Starling and daughter
Mrs. Hester Hicks was a Saturday Melissa attended the Jacksonville Zoo
overnight guest of her. sister, Mrs. last Friday. ,
Alma Anders. Mrs. Anders son and Mrs. Robyn K. Warren of Aurora I I ?
daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. James Colo spent a month with her parents
Anders of Palatka were their Sunday Mr.and Mr*. Lester Walker and
dinner guests.Mr. Family : J
and Mrs Dick Starling. Mrs. Mrs. Barry Watts visited her
Joyce Bennett, and Mrs. Darlene parents, Mr. and Mrs. H.V. Hinson, of ill) I "
Norman and sons,Mrs. Dot Teston,of Beckley W. Va., for a few days. ; >I 1I 1 1I
!Lawtey attended the Gosoel Sing at Mr.and Mr. B.L. Wilkinson Jr., I :


P.... COMMUNby ITY NEWS... t: I'' ; ]ll !,


THEN
ELIZABETH G.WALKER' :tbenneril Baptist Church: Bible .
Pltd/llgM4-IIIA/ 'ofI.IiGirl :td61"TGesdaij'430'prayer; MeeUng'??* THINK / '
Scouts are taking orders for Thursday 6'30 p.m. There will be a ,i;, I t \
cookies Nov. 16-Dec. 3. All Interested Willing Worker program Friday.' ;,.. WEATHERTROfN HEAT PUMP, 1
,
citizens are asked to cooperate with November 24, 8 p.m. Rev.. RVV. \
(he Scouts. The cookies sales are for a Jackson. Jerusalem Baptist of by General Electric ,
worthy cause. Your help is needed Jacksonville will present a program, .
and will %be appreciated. along with his congregation. Sunday More efficient than an ordinary electric
CHURCH NEWS School 9'30. !
: Pleasant Grove United Methodist: furnace. Because it doesn't have to make heat.It I -
Church ,
New Bethel Baptist :
Wed. Young Adult choir rehearses at extracts heat from the outdoor air. r
Prayer Meeting and Bible Study each 7'30.Thursday Prayer Meeting 7pm.
Wed. 730. All members are asked to Sunday School 10 a.m. Easy to Install where existing warm air I
prepare for the church anniversaryFriday Greater Bethlehem Freewill ductwork is adequate. *; \
before the second Sunday inQecember. 1 ,y Yv
Baptist: Little| church rehearsal. One system heats and cools. Replaces both
An important meeting will be held Monday, 7pm.; Choir sponsored : ,
December 4. 8 p.m. at New Bethel program at 8 p.m, Monday with Mrs a conventional furnace and a central air I
Baptist Church. All members are Cynthia McCutchen and Mr. Lillian conditioning system. -
asked to be present Sunday School 10 Griffin in charge; Tuesday. 7-30 p.m. i
with Prayer meeting: Wednesday 7pm.
a.m. Morning Worship. Ham.
Rev.. Roberts delivering the Sermon.All all male chorus. 7'30 McKay's circle The Weathertron' Heat Pump by General f
members are asked to attend the from the mission dept\!. will meet at Electric America's No. 1 selling heat pump!
of Churches J p.m. Mrs. Rebecca Allen *: Lee' circle:: :
Fellowship Allen Chapel A.M.E. will meet at the hospital: 7-43 p.m., i
circle will meet at Mrs. Lillian .
Church: After service abusiness Blye's '
morning Griffin's. Thursday. 7 to- 7'45 p.m. FIND OUT ABOUT IT!

plans for meeting new conference was held year.making AU' Thanksgiving program sponsored. by GORDON \
the Little Church. Friday 8 p m..choir
.
with
asked
members are to cooperate
with Abren
Mr.
all activities of the church for success. Denson sponsored end program Mr. Raymond Blye in AIR CONDITIONING & HEATING '

Sunday Worship. School.II a.m. 10 All arm members Morning are charge. Sunday School. 9'30 p.m.. PLAN TO ,. '
U a.m. 6
morning worship. ; p.m.
attend the Fellowship of 473-4777 .
asked to Outreach choir from Lawtey ...
Churches at New Bethel 3 p.m. The Correctional Institution will be in Hwy 100 Between Starke & Keystone .
Young Adult Choir I Is asked to sing '-
Rev.. R.G. Heastie will preach.Mt.PlsgahA.M.EChurch charge of the evening _services. 4
: Sunday SAVE )

School 10 am. Morning Worship U '
a.m. All members are Invited to be --------i SEE 'flip ALL NEW .... ,
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at the Fellowship pf.Churches! r
. present! M
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p.m; MODEL 1
1979
Church of God In Christ: Tuesday 7f. MONEY.

.m. Bible Study, Friday 7-30
f.astoral Teaching. Sunday School NOW ON DISPLAYWe 01
30. Morning Worship 11'30 with
Elder Dr. Williams presiding: At 6'30 i
the Willing Workers will meet for I I
livening Worship Service, Bishop r have a good selection oft PLAN WHEN. You can save

W.E.Mt,West Zion will A.M.E.preach.Church: Friday d New, Used homes on Display... 35% on your dial-direct out-of-state calls \ #i ''

7'30 Board meeting. Sunday School 10 between 5 and 11 p.m., 60'Xt between 11 : ;
a.m. Morning Worship' 11 a.m. p.m. and 8 the next morning. The later 'I : t'

Evening Worship of p.m. M the call, the lower the rate. And the 60% :
Free Canaan True Church of God In FINANCING AVAILABLE discount applies all day on Saturdays. i j t I
}fpltys Tarrying Services each Wed.
Check for complete -
730. Prayer Service each Friday 7'30 .yh your telephone directory '
pm. Sunday School 10 a m. Morning : i r, .' V.A. & CONVENTIONAL information on WHEN to save l'
Worship U am. Evening Worship : money when calling long distance. '' ', I

730ABttoch. MIssloMiy Baptist Church: a'' UP TO 20 YEARS -, \:." .. .. i 1

Prayer Christmas Meeting rehearsal Thursday Sat.6 p.m.7 Union pm. PLAN WHAT. Sometimes it .. ./ I

Choir rehearsal Sat. 8 p.m Sunday helps Jo jot down the subjects you'd like -
(School 10 a m. Morning WonhlD 11 to cover before you place your call. .t"J.r '
be held inrutnam
a,m.r The Choir Union will
Besides making more efficient use of <

Ml., Merlah Hall. l'aited Methodist your calling time you'll be less likely tot? ?' tt \ ;' I I.f

Church: School 9'30. All .' leave some Important thing unsold.
Sunday
;SEE JOHN BROWN TODAY ; \.f ', j; ; '
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member are Invited to attend the ,,:, i ,;

Fellowship,("ah'.1'): of Baptist Churches Church 3 p.m.: The FOR THE, ULTIMATE |N CONSTRUCTED HOMES :: I I.".

Young Youth Choir from the Church BY FLEETWOOD. bELSAVAILABLE WITH FIREPLACE.. ,'n; ':I , i ,
of God In Christ presented a program (\T:
at Calvery Baptist Church Sunday ,
Nov. 19. Prayer Service each Week 7 JOHN BROWN'SMO 'f I
p.m. Regular service are held first
and third Sunday. ,Continental Telephone \ ;
BILE CENTER
,The First Born Church of The HOME 1
Ljvlog God: Each Friday- p.m. Company of the South f 1., .

Meeting. 7-45: : "..._ It.
Bayer" Service Sunday School HW* it Keystone Heights, Fla \ j I'

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Record Setting Performance By Tyson


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Keys 35-18 Win Over : Live Oak "' .:" : ,. '," '.'. ...caw; "'Jt".I\. .I... : :



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Marvin Tyson outsprlnted Live Oak for Bradford all night long- stopped conversion mat gave Bradford*a 7-4 arm tackles. for a 19 yard gala to the
tacklers for 378 yard rushing and four Pugh on a third and two play and edge with 11:54 to go In the ball four. After an encroachment penalty
touchdown Jo break UM Bradford Bradford had punted back to Live Oak backed the ball up five yards, Norman
t High School rushing record and push the Bulldogs marched 65 yards to the KQ Return Slaw BUS scrambled out of trouble for an it
r; the Tornadoes 35-1* past the game's first score. Dog quarterback Live Oak continued to Ignore- Its y.rdai to the one. Tyson went the
t Suwannee County squad to Live Oak Tim Roberts passed to a wide open billing as k sister as junior last yards and eventhough Crucw's
i. Friday. November 17, Craig Carter for a 20 yard pass play speedster Gen Sheppard took the kick was Tight BHS led 13-13 wife
7ys m's total came on 32 carries that started the drive. Roberts then ensuing kickoff and flreballed 75 3:59: to Rt. In the half.
: (Bradford had M rushes for 385 yard ran for 11 and 10 yard gainers as the yards through a alight crack In Norman", Slings 1st ell
1. as a team) and included runs of 7348. hosts moved to the BHS 18. With 7:07: Bradford's coverage to the 11, setting TD Passes
30. 19. 15. and 13 yards. The stocky logo in the first period Robert again up the second 'Dog tally On fourth After Live Oak punted Bradford
S speedster came into UM game needing dropped back and found wideout Phil and two from the three yard line Pugh quickly marched in for another score
t.L' 22 yards to surpass Malachi Henry's Washington wide open down the left punched inside for just over the that made halftime more relaxing for
school season rushing record of 1.371 sideline for the touchdown that necessary: yardage setting up a first Bradford partisans The Tornado
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yards. went 75 yards In the last 2:20 of the
() Tyson busted the school standard on half with Tyson sweeps of 48 and 15 I" '
!N an eight stripe l burst off left tackle late yards setting up the scoring pus from :'Ma.
:'" first quarter cracked Jeffery Norman to slotback Marty 4'
r yard barrier with IS yard guile with Chastain. On second and goal from ....,'
::1. one minute left In the first half (he the 12 Norman pitched a sideline pass j ,
w:: went to the locker room with 153 rML Chastain, who had curled inside the .. "

yards), and smashed the 1,600 yard __ cornet-back wan..open at the four. -.;' .. .. ,. .
H mark when he sprinted 73 yards for a Marty the defender! and cut
:!' TO with 3:35 left In the third quarter. back Joked and Into the endzone with J"' ,' ',..
f. finished the and the 32 seconds to ,, .. .. lip --,, "'
t lie game regular go In the half. Tyson '. '-. ..... j, .. 3
t season with 1,637 yardsa 163.7 yard popped In for the two point conversion ,. i _. >- tI"aui..ai" r
per game average. fV run and Bradford led 31-13. at in BUS naming hack Marvin Tyson In while squares off against a 10... Live
Even with Tyson's heroics and the termission.Rovghlftg. Oath.ela.der.Jeff Box. Friday night's 33-18 Bradford win. Tyson won nearly
final 35-18 count the 2.. Bulldogs were Kicker Penalty an Ms..*en_.II.U1e..1 scampered through over and around the Bulldog
.pushover for the Tornadoes-who Helps' Tornadoes Widen Lead] ......i tar Z7* yards rushing.
closed the regular season 7-3 and now BUS padded Its lead with a 64.yard
will play in the Elks Bowl In St. ..: scoring drive to start the second half Answers Bradford's defend clamped downto

Augustine. November 25, since St. '" with a roughing the kicker penalty clinch the season ending victory,
Augustine passed its test against again killing Live Oak. The Bulldogs Live Oak refused to fold coming linebacker Jones
Palatka 43-0 and will represent sacked Norman for right back with a score of their own Junior with a fumble
loss
defenders Hildebran. 84, Frank Swindell. 75. and Alton an eight yard ended one LO drive
Tornado Danny
District 5 In the AAA playoffs and then covered Tyson) draw with, P\ICII a hard running senior
Live Oak ran off 60 offensive plays Moore 68. swoop down on Live Oak running back Ellis Pugh In Bradford's to force play 'who was academically Ineligible for
a For the second
time
punt in
to BHS' 48 (of course Bradford big season ending win. Pugh got little yardage here but flnished'Uie Bight with iWT the Scott Allen off taw lint seven games of the seasondaang recovery clipping' penalty stopped a
game got rapid-
play offense had something to do yards on the ground. fired a punt over the Live Oak rush meet of the damage. The 165 serious Bulldog scoring threat at
with that) and ripped oil 24IJ yards and folded found tailback in Live Oak's stackedt Bradford's: and Alton Moore ripped
was by the too
rushing with senior tailback Ellis pushed LO to a 6-0) lead. The extra and goal. Roberts squeezed Into the defenders.The 15 up eager Dog QB Tim Roberts down for an
kick failed. endzone on the second: of two QB yard penalty moved In yard loss on the home club'lfinal
Pugh darting through a sometime point the ball to the 43. first and 10. offense crunched out 51 yards a 78 eight
listless Tornado defense for 162 yards- BUS Strikes Back sneaks and the underdogs were againon turned the corner to his left and Tyson sped yard to play drive that cut the advantage offensive play of the night.
the largest ground-gaining total ban top. Pugh was hammered down in to 10 points. Pugh's 16 yard
( After BHS got the better of an exchange and for 30 yards into Live Oak territory at
the backfield Alton Moore
individual the Red'defense by the drive with to
against "Big of punts the Tornadoes got a the 27. TO run capped 4:22: LOPlrdOownt
ass
this season. More Importantlythe break that enabled them to take the Frank Swindell on a two point conversion After Marvin scooted for live more <> "
lightly regarded Bulldogs led on try and the score remained 13- ,..... S211
lead. Bradford took over at Its 47 but Norman then rifled his second TD pin the third quarter. Quarterback Vd JfrUtPlMtKfVdt
7 Live Oak's 11Cmp4.n.
two different occasions early in the way. 5C
game and though there was no two Jefferey Norman passes fell Lead Changes Hands pass of the night, a 22 yarder to tight Roberts tried his right side on a two ..Inl .11.1 .11.1puntav.
incomplete. Freshman punter Scott end Mark Mitchell. Mitchell is-n.
a 195 paint conversion try but was hamiDered .It'
evidence of urgency on the Bradford Allen was then roughed after getting Later In the first half Marcus Cruce pound senior tight end, sliced across down by Isaiah Jenkins. ,..n.'I'.a" 1.71p .
sideline the game was still up for off a pressured punt and the Tornadoes and Swindell short-circuited a 'Dog the field in front of Dwayne Cum unbl.aLeat I.' I 1.ltarlne
grabs at halftime with BUS leading got the ball back on the notion play to force a punt and give mings who was slanting across from
2112. penalty at the Bulldog 37. Tyson BHS good field position at the Live the other side, accepted Norman's .
Dogs Lead Early covered the distance on five straight Oak 41 Norman fired a sideline pass chest-high strike at the six yard line .
After Mark Mosley Danny runs scoring on a 13 yard run on the to Marty Chastain who broke two and crossed the goal line for his first Tyson Leaves DefenseIn R.b.rn LO mil kick W rend..Hin. .,'lon..* It yard ant rom Tim

Hildebran, and Dale "Peabody"Rogers second quarter's first play Marcus tackles enroute to an 18 touchdown as a Tornado. Cnice's Wake ass Marvin TV ton II ,.r. run M.rcut Cruet
a trio of defensive stickouts Cruce split the crossbars with the Tyson then scrambled trough four extra point made it a 2812game. The Tornadoes answered back with kick, ,..
LO .......7 yard run run'.1+l.dr 11-11
the game's final score: as the third ". Tyun ycrdrun' L kick'.'IM".n
quarter,wound down. Tyson's most aM' .Many Ch..tan 12 yard Mtt from J..f.p
exciting run, a spectacular effort. Normart Tyfton I point run2M1
II BHS Opens Basketball Year At Clay Tourney accounted for the final points. The 170 Cruet ass.kick Mark, '.MttcMII.n yard pat'ront Norman.

pound senior shot clear behind blocks LO-1,.P.ugh la yard run run,."/.., JlllMS
of Cruce. Allen Scott and Mitchell cut TyionllyardruaCructliickdl II
Bradford's Tornadoes get their first practice under Its belt and will be one Saturday night, November 25. Augustine victor at 7 p.m A third to the outside free of traffic, and sped
taste of outside competition of the tourney's. most inexperienced Dwayne Cummings, Mark Mitchell,. place game and the championship unmolested down the right sideline fora
Wednesday. November 23, when they clubs. Head Coach Warney Atkinsonhas and Marty Chastain are still game will be played Saturday night 73>ard touchdown run that broughtthe
wince
meet Orange Park at 7 p.m in the cut his roundball squad down to 12 with the Tornado football team Green Cove is the pre-tourney score to 35-18 after Cruces con- ass t 91 14 0, M,
Clay County Thanksgiving Basketball players though three will be absent ends its season In the Elks Bowl In St. favorite. version. LO 4 1 1 ,II
Tournament at Green Cove. from the 8-team Clay tournament, Augustine Saturday November 25.
BHS has just over two weeks of which climaxes with the finals Sophomore Charles Lee a 6-1 junior

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Bradford's football team will return.... with the varsity with this learn being If I.H don run (he tall fullback
to post-season play after a year's in* end ,result/' IUNIII Shacklrlorrt! will gel the call
absence at the, Elks Bowl in St. A often llurxe calls tho.liw! poimdor
Augustine Saturday Nov. 23: against "reiil "'Illd"I ho can run and hlock
.AAAA Lake Brantley The Patriots have also had three with crunching I'flChiveness'then I
Fl" Kickoff time Is 8 p.m. for the gamethat ;years to perfect the run.andshool Itmrd nuts! the hall in the air lio has" a
will climax two days of activityfor '.of(_. a pass-oriented IIcht'mpIhal \,'..11111111' stable or receiver to choose
the players and cheerleaders ..' Is rarefy( seen and tough to prepare from The Inplwcks. Scott .lm'k>lOn
1 k Involved In the charity event. .',d:=:. and :Mike KII\"llI1l11ll1h. arc both deadly'

With school out for the. TkaoksatfvM* ........Wednesday-Friday fast w ith I Mire hands und the outsidereceivers
November 22.2$. tickets U the Elks Mr*!.ea *la)M. Augustine Mill be available are "solid, on film the
those d.ya.t the Radio Slaaek..E..Iee..SR-IOO South. Patriots showed n solid experienced
V4 Tickets arc 12.50 for adalts awl tl.takdrstMlnWmider 12 years of age and offensive line, u widcviirietx ol plays
I I t are available from a.m.to C ,..jttatfMsaUy. Urwxh Friday' and until and only one apparent uenkness V4J November ZS. 'j ijAU tendency, to )umnle on inside running
noon Saturday \ -. .
j V4t J 1 1 J *,M, r .. *WPXE newsmaaAndy Drum ajririeaipffe'lMi. because of a pret lou pli s l\ tin' winglvu-ks.
ashen cemmllment te I'nlversMy.4 riirlaViiiiO>ill Uw l'.' at Florida State I Iicfrn.ively) the Orlando area t-luh
I football game will be broadcast *- ,eight a..tead of the BUS bowl I w ill run the lull gamut ol lorniit inns
r.wrn.ywy. rrd, y,f/' ply wwe game. Kickoff time for the G.tnrJMj! M:fjHae to 7 p.m. with the broadphow. from a basic .">.2 to 11 .'\-:3a. "splitt.n ii5poji ;
rw M I fl++r' cast starting a16:30 p.m. with. tM \7 ) line I spread, und a ld<* tackle
\', according In tensive I t Line\ Coach
"We had offers to play other bowl 'Tha4. offense In very difficult to is '
a, gel Hob I Hanriick to come unit gel "011.
'l1 ir Yir"17 Y games but made this choice becausewe ready (or in four "
practice days, "I told the kids! they're the kind nffC'h'n"e
f /lt7s-7 BITS Vanity Basketball Team think It will he great for the kids.It' 'theme admitted. that likes I to put your face
.a class event.!. Head Coach David |JS i nm-and-Hhoot features two masks iigainM your nose., "
up
Front row, I left to right. : Head Manager Kelvin Cruger. Glen Carter Third row, l-r; Dwayne Cummlngs. Anthony Hurse said of the third year bowl. ",'mm., mmmlll> and Iwo wlngbacks! with it llanciu-k (-i-huckle! ""They change/:
Si Fred Hollls. Frailer Bass, manager Craig Sapp. Second Thomas Mark Mitchell Kevin Miller, Ben Rose Curtis "They have tentatively planned to kma;rollback behind the quarterback looks to I'nnfll"pfiu and then run
;;t row l-r: Tony Robinson Ed Hamilton, Marty ('....taln. Shell. take the players and cheerleaders to toof the'A IOli\hackl\ williI in mol ion right ester you while you're Irving/: In
: varsity stickout will dress out for the either a rock concert or out on a virtually every play, acting either figure out! what to ""."
V short-handed vanity In the shrimping boat Friday night. have UK .'*11'' a ball-carrier a man-In motion
stay over that night, and go to receiver or a lead blockerith The I"'lit riots average over :UIHI!
tournament. He seniors Ben
joins Marineland and the Alligator pounds a man in the defensive front
: probably defensive backs shifting around with
4 altos Glen Carter, Anthony Roman,
farm Saturday during the.day..... Patriot Hood and I Ixilh ImchiukcTS! are that' big.
and Oliver Marks, and juniors Frazier ,rbe.ilOuipentthe ) can
INTRODUCING Bass Curtis Shell. Kevin Miller Fred <>f course they are also feeding''bothteams .> -... ,.half of the field with throe Linebacker and defensive pignutcaller
during the weekend, We could '' Iravid-.SiniN! war rsptcinllvimixessive
llollis. Ed Hamilton and Tony 'revr4ve or hand off to the winghacktnrttieg
:t: Robinson ,have made dome money for the athletic across' the grain at full speed l lflues. on game lilms. blitzing
department by plating an eleventh has said often and rarely missing n' tackle
starting lineup for Mrong-armcri quarter
ED and BETTE PERRY the probably ;
limit
Wednesday's game will have Miller. game with Santa l e, NOI'tl1l\1arlon or 'hack.: WnirdLyons will put the hall up NoM-guard: ; :Nichols! und end
'&3. Rosa 6-2.and Shell.6-3. across the Macclenny but this game has a lot to ,2uastImes: ; a game and "Is the most 'hris Moneitsi. were also praisttl by
i Fran Saaiaah, Ga. front line with llollis. 5-6 and Bass 5-7 offer for the players." dangerous. quarterback "e'"" weon" Mis couis. "hlI'hl.eI !lit lop a
in the backcourt. Cummings Is the The game also offers compelitlon'tvgainsl but l>*fe Hive CoordinatorlIkp: tough lInforftSl'minnle outfit 'last
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only returning starter from lastseason's the big school Patriots a 4.V ,Sexton i III also! worried nlmut the usrk'lb. ,
New Owners of the 18.10 District Championshipsquad 'club that Is 8-2; on the year and ave .I FoveM' City Team's ground attack .' pressure'! on us. playing a
: so the above lineup is a totallynew rages right at :liNt pounds a man ')'hidl features counter, reverse andirvrn Y\.Y school,." said secondary coach
All but Ross across both offensive and defensive option plays
x one. were starters Mike llartlev.
STARKE KOA KAMPGROUND for the 1977-78 JV lines. Hurse said Lake Brantley was That offense i III primarily a throw
Following the IUIS-OP contest beaten only by fifth-ranked Ciainea- 'ing one but they have a fine running! "I'm looking forward\ it." addedIliincnrk.
I U.s. 301 S.G Baker County plays Keystone Heightsat vllle High In a District 9-AAAA con .<<-1mf' out of it." Sexton said "I'm '',(. don't get to/ IIt'{' the
8 30. Play continues Thursday with test and by Orlando Colonial and"will :worried dK'y11om" wit and just run (,'iims front chat part 'of 'the state'
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Gainesville Buchholz and SI. obviously outman: us size-wise.: over us," much and' it'll Ix- Rood! to play;!. oni.."

Ed and Bette have recently completed a training Augustine tangling at 7 p.m. and the "
hosting Blue Devils from Clay "It's a veteran learn. Nurse said of '
off against Jacksonville Saturday's opponent which start 21 Coaches Admit Letdown
5: SEMINAR on KOA KAMPGROUND operations. squaring
.. l'r venlty Christian In the second seniors 'Their coach has been there ;
Semifinals are set for Friday three years and when he came .he I
The Perrys own and operate the STARKE KOA which game.
night with the winner of Bradford started a bunch of sophomores M a lot With i Win
and game meeting the Buchholz-St. of those seniors are in their third year Satisfied
has a complete camping facility with swimming wading Y,

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pools, playground and TV lounge. pwtgh1 Slater( ,... Head 1'oach David Hurse said .h" tougher game than a lot -of people I Il
.. was satisfied.and happy for the kid to l thought they would.' ,
clone out the regular season within Hoth' ..llanc-nck: and Hurse I
i! The Perrys are real friendly couple looking forward to F.d. & Sill win: over Live Oak Friday. 1 light end :Mark :Mitchell played agreed an ,
Coon U.S.sotaT :November; 17. but the coaching staff "outstanding football I

J; being a pert of the Bradford County Community. A.M ..12 P.M. g Walnut Bt.pTOR I admitted the Tornadoes just! played :Mitchell caught ''a touchdown game pass!! :
; ueil enough to win over the Bulldogs."It 'rrora.Ieffcry .Norman and as! Hancock
was nothing extraordinary." aid "had .hi* I hestgameblocking.( "

I I They'd love to have you come out and say heffti., .1L P&P$1301i '-' said offensive of Ills'line unlt"s Coach pia)', tour Rob kids Hancock just more coaches
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$12r. dtts't seem too excited about playing

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I Kitchen's Finally Beaten; Runnertift Men's.FF District re

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Stark: League Champ Kitchen': KT again had to come back from an with Kitchen's: tallies: coming<< 19 KT the halftime edge. yard pass from Prevatt to Haas
TU came back for" wing In their flnt .Intermission deficit to beat Hartley yard run by Ratliff ((011 a afraa m The second half was a disaster for accounted for the only KT second half v
two game of the District Men's Flag Housemowcra of Lake City Milo its Green), a 15 yard pass from Jimmy Kithcen's.. The Injury-weakened team points while the winners Joe La Belle
Football Championships tact In second game. Three Hli aerial score Prevatt to McGee.and a 10 yard pant fell from the unbeaten ranks as three threw two TD passes and ran for" a
the champtlon hip lame of the event offset! a five yard TD paM'from Green,, from Prevatt to Dale ..,.... A two interceptions and fatigue took their score to send his team to the State
which was played at Bradford High to Ratliff and a five yard double pass point conversion\ run by Prevatt gave toll and led to the 37-26 loss A two Championship in Fort Myers.

.School Saturday Nov is. from Green to Randall McGee: to .-, I .... -_"'- ....'"::'1__"_.J _A J AI> ....III '. __ __
The local kingpins finished the year Teston to give the Columbia County
16-1 but were till disappointed at bunch a 11S lead at the half.Kitchen's .
their runnerup showing the District back with a
competition. Kitchen's had came
handled In the half,
vengeance second scoring
Cannon Treweek-the Gainesville
based District champions-19-7 just h on a 15 yard pass from Green to
few weeks ago In Gainesville. Reddish, a SO yard pass' and run play M Tti
from Green toRatliif,a 15 yard run by r
,KT opened the with ry I
tourney 20-18
victory over the Arrowheads a of Green, and a IS yard TD hookuo from )rr as ,} w +YaaalaaaI

Newb rry.The Bradford County team Green to Emmett Bright. With the 4' '
k + was down 12-0 at halftime but came game still In doubt at 37-31 and HH r _
ti' back to take the lead on a IS yard pass driving with Just over three minutes
from Charlie Green to Bill Ratliff,and to go Milton Baker clinched the -
'.19 yard scoring strike from Green tot victory for" Bradford's finest by
picking off a Housemover's and
Tommy Reddish An extra point pass pass

from Green to Dennis Crawford after racing 84 yards for the game' final v _
the first score" gave KT a 13-12 score." ti-
advantage. Arrowhead forged back In the finals 'KT met Cannon 9 r w +y'Mp u t ti t ,uAr p
Into the lead when Don Green and Treweek, who had edged the,
a Gene Sanchez connected for their Macctenny Streaks 13-12 and whippedthe
second scoring aerial of the day but Crusaders from Gainesville) 33-12
with leas than 10 seconds to go 4 I t tt
Kitchen's capped an Impressive drive a
to reach the championship game.
w with an 18 yard TD pass from Green to This time KT had the lead at eel
Wayne Teston that gave them the win halftime. The teams traded three '
and moved them Into the semifinals touchdowns apiece In the opening half

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Front row. left to right Johnny Powell Tommy rt Dennis Crawford Dale Haas. Milton Baker, Randall .
Warming] .. f ..'''
: Reddish, Wayne Testes, manager Lynwood Kitchens. McGee Emmett Bright. Wesley Sheffield Bill Ratliff, v. fl. '.,'<. '......" .... "' '' I 1 '\
Gene Melvin Charlie Green Jimmy PrevaiL Back row I- and Steve Thomas
' high |o uniirr an Interception for Kit
f ('hrn'. Tile In the :Men's Illnlrlrt' r UK '

tr The BHS Cindy Griffith 9th At State CC Run end Football Thin tourney pkfcoff In came Hark again last week the i I

: oq Bradford High School's Cindy'' In the spring. In the meantime she's of Florida and Santa Fe Community Neberrrrou, and tinkerInter
.' Griffith ran to a ninth place finish at also started to correspond with 'ollege In Gainesville and also Is llou..mOoIl.akf'. clinched a victory over Martlet .Y
:.. the Class 3A girls cross country meet colleges for a cross country and-or Interested In the 1'nivernity of Ala nt"llh an Ml
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Bench In Jacksonville Saturday Nov. 18. but'still ., track and field scholarship. She'smailed bama. Auburn University and Florida yard return with an Interception.

felt disappointed after the applications to the University State among others. \

Impressive performance that was

.. ., With Buddy Callings within i top 10 Coach finish Melba Howard's goal of Raiders Win Again ; Dolphins League Champs i'.


"I Just felt like I could have done The last place Raiders closed TD runs of 25 and 1(1( yards by Hal louctuioxtn: of the game IMf I.| :r bard
better" Cindy said from her home In ; Starke's 6-9 year old flag football Wood and then prevented a late extra scamper to push the Unlphlr" uix'i the
118.Playoffs Set Starke. "I really think the carbohy season with their second win in a row point try to top the Cow box H-ii..: The !Mil-Urn !I.!-<>. put the

Florida's high school "second season" Is set with 16 schools in class AA drate diet which had helped me before '. while the Dolphins ended a league Cowboys had pulled to within a pointon \I inner on top Ml on n :.17>nrrt 11) run
backfired championship season with another a five yard scoring run by Brian in the first half Inn the !'II''II'it'd
through AAAA and eight class A schools still alive and toward..tater on me. I was in the top three 3
driving .
championships.In for awhile but 1 Just got to feeling so victory Wednesday, November IS. Davis hut couldn't corner! the point (he game on a 'to Mini !pass from Kim
weak and dropped back." I after. Tho ('ow boy. initial score camt"onollt'YC'n Brown to Alien (ion/.ilcv I
area AAA playoffs District S winner St. Augustine; 9-1 and a 14-7 victor yard run by Chuck ('churn
over BHS in what was the District championship game visits Gainesville Eallt- Final Slurkr lUrrcullnn League I
side 8-2.No.9 in this week's top 10 and a 23-3 winner over the Tornadoes earlier carbohydrate diet called for" the Raiders II.Cowboys 13 Dolphins 12-Strrlrr a I Slandln" \Dolphins ,to-.,. 'lNcelcrs11.7.
this year. An Informal poll among BHS gridders was split just about evenly on Lady Tornado harrier to pass up The Raiders Jumped to a 14-0 lead on Wendell Shank scored his second t'rmhnys n-7. H.iidcrx 4.It.
,. the winner of that game. starches: until two days before Import .....
Elsewhere in AAA opening round games Jacksonville Bolles. 7-3. hosts No. 2 tant meets and then load up on them.;, ..
ranked Perry-Taylor County,9-1; Tallahassee Leon. 8-2 plays at home against It had worked well In post-season runs .j',
No. 4 Milton. 8-2; top-ranked Palm Bay, 9-1 visits Apopka, 7-3 and defending at District and R lonala. S All-Star Game Closes 10-12 FJ!lag Season ,
champ and No. S rated Bartow, 8-2. visits Land 0' Lakes in Friday, November ':+ 't
24, games. Griffith's time of 12-07 was seven i, Starke's 10-12 flag football league Itichie "'t'mtl'r1111 in on every on n411 >nril run I ia A .AmK t'half, Tl''
Interestingly enough five teams In the AAA final top ten poll didn't qualify for seconds better than the time she,i, closed out Its season with an All-Star :iouchdown to load the winning passes 1 (mm ('hIIII'CI Mwolo: ; N'nllllnli
the playoffs Including No. 3 Ft. Lauderdale Aquinas the club that held' the top fashioned at an earlier meet over the game Thursday,"November 16. "Hods" to a :IWO( halftime load and a John' I iMxiri "'runl'l,.. and a |pins
spot for most of the season but was knocked off 14-7 by Pompano Ely In its ninth two mile Sandalwood course but left, inlorci-pllon return b t \ (tarry Itiwwcll
game. her (along with the rest of the field :32-28:! win over the "Plain in the the ali
Not one Florida AAA school survived the regular season unbeaten so It looks well off the pace set by Bradenton,; Ornament Course pmit-xeason fame. Krndor threw Tl) 'altill"t'rt'Tho. pl.ixorx'Hrib.making" .I ondor.up Kctm.lolmn. Mar
like a wide open championship series. Palm Bay, a third year high school with Bayshore sensation Betty Jo Springs pisses to Ricky Wells \Hi yards .' Hickvrll*. Tomnn' i'roshx
every player back from last season's 7-3 team, and Perry, defending state fina- who blitzed to an 11-00( clocking. Offered Rec :Micolc Scott:; two yards UnhhioSpitzee. BIIIIIII'II.oo'olt.! Ilankt' l IIn'\\
list and a loser only to Cairo, Georgia (21-13) this year look like the most solid Springs Is the defending national by Dept.The fixe yards and I\rllllhlllll'lI., rsm \
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I It |ill. Tim (; iim/iilf IUIII'n.
o .. betavl wouldn't be surprised to see the winner of the SA-Eastalde: game go! far-.-- champion In the Jr.; AAU 10.000 meteli.fUR. Starke Recreation Department three yards. and scored himself on a \ Nnrmani. l .

either though It will probably have to play at Palm Bay In thequarterfina ::vmym..e.", !l.llihWi.-.Uin... aa"11'M'tC.'hrilltmlllllto..-... _..-j aaymv ---=-- .--- ...1II'.1.lnln.! Im'k'."........IIO(.,". HnblnpJpiloofnrrnltiH ItumtylUlk.im. f) 1Hnul
The AAAA championship Is Just as hard to figure with four teams entering the ornament" making course I If. they get ::!Oyard run./ : punt return and. i
'Ix-wisHt-r. Jcnilil
playoff fray unbeaten -top ranked Merritt liUnd.No. 2 Hollywood Huh, No.. 3 Cindy a senior who finished fifth in enough response far the class/" II:a\yard pass from Itu-woll, The other 1'11111'11lIt'n(ioorgo<< Hall. KoNuHI.Timm .
Miami Springs and No. 4 Lake Worth. All four of those teams are In the South last year's state meet, now says she'll The course will be held Monday score for I the winners camp on nxafolx .
NiiKonl. Hon t\ IlIi". Ihiili-.
half of the state while the balance of power In the AAA ranks Is top-heavy to the take "two or three days off to rest my mornings starting November 20 If at with "Ih'rl'ft'lIdl'r\ ./.Jlmmvll.mkorson 1'al.idtno.\ lint I HimlK.ilkam and
North half of the state. feet and then start running again for least five people show Interest. Call nabbing 'M.uh.u'l' Carroll P
'14-ulM :Olmmnn.llIn; 1I1I"'nl.I
Area matchups in AAAA have Jacksonville Lee 9-1 and Ja* Wolfson, 8-4. track and field season." which starts 964-6792 for registration Information. In the ond/ono lor two points. were
squaring off In the Gator Bowl; and No. S Gainesville High at No. I Merritt

Island (a sure-fire Shootout) AA contests have Chlefland 8-2 at Crescent City, "Slunilintf: l *nu.il" H.-4, :i.
0 73.West Nassau 8-2 and a 20-0 loser to BHS (this season at Jasper 4-6; and No. Sot For, Youth BasketballLeague The "I'ljins" outscored the winners Ch.irKiTM H-i. "1'nckerx 7' .i.l. ll.miptonCalont
1 ranked Dunnellon. lob, at Umatilla. Dunnellon Is as heavy a favorite as any Registration 28-14: ) in the second half. getting TD'H ; ::1.to I. A
team that has to win four consecutive games against solid competition could be ,z, I
age will be 69. 10-12 - - -
and Tallahassee r'AMU is a prohibitive choice to cart off its third straight ClassA Registration for the Starke Recrea- and I3-16WUI the groups 6-12 Id d
Including
crown. The playoffs culminate with the class finals Friday December IS. tion Department's Youth Basketball and group
and the older
boys girls division '
League Is set to begin November 20. '
including boys only. Registration is 'QLLL vru t'LU ;
Interested players ages 6-16 can
r'SU Snub Not That Surprising free and vt ill continue until December
There are so many major college bowl games now (have you heard of the sign up at the Old Armory from 8'30 I with no xiitn.nps after that date.
Garden State Bowl, the Independence Bowl or the Holiday Bowl) It's a wonder a.m. to 5:30: pm. or at Pratt Street Games; will )",c played upstairs at 138 E. Call St. Starke, Fla.Starke's 964-5890
every team with a winning record doesn't have a 12 game season but Florida and a Junior size ball while 13-16 year the Old Armorv lit ."-:'(1).4'15 p.m. with
State's absence from post season play doesn't surprise me that much. The olds will use regulation goals and ball. 6-9 games Monday and Wednesday Own Bakery
Seminoles main gripe was that the Peach Bowl snubbed them in favor of Clinics will tip-off the season on 10-12 games T'ix'sday and Thursday
Georgia Tech. The Jacket's (whose roster Includes Bradford's Donnie Swell November 29 with league action and 13-16 play !Monday or Wednesday
record of 7-3 is identical to FSU's. their campus is 7-8 miles away from breaking for Christmas and starting and Friday The 6t2! age group will WE WILL BE CLOSEDTHANKSGIVING
Atlanta's Peach Bowl site and their television draw Is much greater than back up after the holidays. Tennis play with a modified eight foot basket
Florida State's which can't claim to have alumni spread all over the nation like shoes will be required of all players. Field
from 3-5
Georgia Tech can. The Seminoles were also high on the picking lists of the Friday, p.m.. Monday through DAY
Tangerine Bowl in 'Orlando and the Hall of Fame game in Birmingham but

reports out of Tallahassee (some say from higher-up conversations, some say .
strictly rumors) gave those two bowls the Impression that Florida State Wins
wouldn't settle for their games. Tracy Griffis
By the way. the Independence Bowl In Shreveport Louisiana December 16

still want has a bowl to find bid opposition that badly.for host Louisiana Tech 6-4. but Florida State doesn't Final ContestTracy .. UUJV GJ Jl[]($GJ Jt7 ,

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The best bowl game will undoubtedly be the Sugar Bowl matchup between
lop-ranked Penn State 10-0. and No. 2 Alabama 10-1, (should Penn State K. Grlffls. Rt. I. l nllx *:H.!
survive against Pittsburgh and 'Bama get past Auburn-no sure bets) but a Lawtey, was the only top finisher to rnoo ru Jrnr
I'SC-Mlchlgan: Rose Bowl would be a good one too..The worst post season : '
game is a tossup between the first year Garden State Bowl in New Jersey correctly pick Houston to 1It'litlIaml: .. ', '
December 16. and the Holiday Bowl in San Diego. In the GSB Arizona State in the televised Monday night football :. '
should make small time Rutgers long for next season when it can go back to game and missed onlv tin- tiroreia-; ; .
playing Holy Cross and Villanova. while the Holiday game matches :Navy, a 38-
6 whipping boy to FSU last Saturday and Brigham Young 22-23 loser to Utah Auburn I tie I she picked l'l:I to win the Florida Bank at Siarke ,, ,

the same day. final Telegraph Football Contest .
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Rattlers Playoff-Bound Taking the aet'OfIl'pllt' wars i (;Jlachx ill Pay (.,

Florida AIM: and Bradford's Sheldon Hodge) apparently has a postseasonbid Hobbs 315 Church Mreet. M.irko, H, ho .
lothe Division HA playoffs in front of it if Rudy Hubbard's crew can handle wn just one point off the tiebreaker of .t
lough Bethune-Cookman and unbeaten Grambllng in Its final regular season .18: points scored by Notre Dnmc In its i IbV
games The Rattlers won their eighth game against a lone loss 16-12 over
Southern University of New Orleans in a regionally televised contest Saturday. %
To be truthful FA Ml'' wasn't nearly as Impressive as I thought they might be win over Georgia; Tech and FSL' In Its
and Hubbard's boast that his club can play with anybody In the country is pretty' walloping, of Navy, She mined on the
hard to swallow. They play !Miami J979 and if the Rattlers can hold their own tie game.and also picked Buffalo lo
against the 'Canes I'll be a believer. Hodge held down his defensive, end post. top Tampa Bay, !'cottIvllrez.. Kl I. Annual Rate '
competently in the win. Box"'lilli.Starke..,was the third placer I .a
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points, off the tiebreaker Alvarez on 6 Month Certificates '" I
about VSC being ranked 13th In the AP preseason college basketball
The Trojans were just 14-13 last season and,.20 the year before that but missed 'the lie game as well asIhustnn
have 13 of 14 players back. It's good to see the Southeast Conference represented a win over the Dolphins \' .

by three teams' Kentucky II. LSI'. 14. and Alabama 19. SEC coaches On Certificates Issued November 22
Guaranteed To Maturity
picked LSU as the preseason league favorite In a recentpoll.The SEC's first The Telegraph wishes to again Rates 'to
year post-season championships at Birmingham. February 28 March: 3. will thank all who participated In our 1978 .

decide the league title but more Importantly rake in TV money for all 10 SEC-; football contest*." and, ''"congratulate.". the Through November 29 1978 ,
schools. win ncn/

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The Interior line coach also said their stoppers agal .t..e. run. The, In the. run support, they, ..gave; ,. Of 10000., They Are Subject. To, Existing. Penalties. Early. .

Woods Marcus pla'l'd'ell Cruce Allen. Scott and Fred in'Dogs the rambled loss. for 246 yards rushing. : "Overall! our secondary. bad a good. | ,* Withdrawal; Loss Of 3 Months Interest And the Payment, Of Any
regular'season.Hartley.added.Dwayne: ,
Hume added that Marvin Tyson. "W didn't get 'too ,much done, ., 1>
who rushed for 278 yards enroute to a defensively" said Defensives Cummlngti Date .,' Remaining Interest At The Passbook Rate. >,*;* "

school season rushing record had Coordinator Mike Sexton. "I guess Uu "Peabody"" Rogers Richard Mliner, : "
another good ballgame, and praised kids had a good lime but we, didn't, and Donald, Reddish made up the '''
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and the execution of QB Norman. "Danny Hildebran .had-a-good. After the Fall jamboree la double &
Hurse said he had no special pregame consistent performance at linebacker"and' loss for BITS If you asked many :
plans for the workhorse Tyson who and once our ends Mark !Mosley, Bradford High fans about our chancestiniaatn,73.the3 :
carried the ball 32 times for an 8.7, Alton Moore got aggressive.'they... of / 'probably I would" ;; Florida Bank at SI irk I! I
yard per carry average and broke the .came: around and did a good jo ."'.' have laughed at you and with that In f ,
r school record In the second quarter. Secondary Coach Mike Hartley was, mind the fans have to be appreciative J.tl rwn At darn stns. B044.roSO ,IOIC '
Bradford's defensive coachesweren't once again pleased with his four- of how far these kids have come. They : ",. '.(COI j OI.7.f\oft ,' too pleased with the play of some's pass defense! but disappointed worked hard.'"concluded Hurse "
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By Dolor Men, Mrs. Clarence Melton and family In HAMPTON AREA NEWS Connecticut with their: mother*after.spending fl v.day ,FRiqAY,.,: Milt t sandwich
write macaroni cnenM,green beans pear
August of 1979. Friend may
Pb.SCOIIratlllaUo. and Service were
Scripture
4 C.W. Rosary half orange juice bar milt
mail
him by addressing' : Sp held Friday evening at Archer Tanner
..! Melton. 263557926. Company C, lit Christmas d.. Ctstehlla.esis Funeral Home.. Funeral Mew was
Battallan. 13th Armory APO N.Y., Gerald Brown Sr. had a November $ CeevaNeeeslCarroll
e41y thy .to extended to celebrated by Father Patrick Foley
Bucks Melton (IC.W,1 to to be N.Y. 09140. C birthday ...... ... ontaine whose Saturday, at St. Edward's Catholic McCullough Is a patient In
congratulated for his promotion on Pfc Steve Brown clelbrated t his 18th Zlna Beth Young celebratedlMlrlztlr'birthday on Memorial Hospital doIckaonvIUe.
........ rid..4ia4.n November Church with burial In Hampton Baptist
November lit to Sp 4. He is with the birthday on Nov. 14. He Is attending on Sunday, Nor. ifc fia. le. W. ./ His hand was Injured on
U.S. Army Tank Outfit and Is the National Guard QuartermastersSchool proud of the necklace received from t9eOta <:ernet Bill was
stationed 'tn Germany. Although he in Fort Lee Va. James Contois her parentsweekend I* spend the .... M* .'::,.ddtgain.s artistic work. He and Josephine have Lawtcy. We hope he will soon be able
likeshU{ work he looking. forward to attending the same school: and they with her aunt.Lucille Mr.,ami....TMM. F.tkte, have been active in Senior Citizen to return to his. home.
returning to his home with Mr. and are hoping to return home for Vlckery In Jacksonville. 1.IMeeiIRL 116 t)1) >gW ut .
uxioro.TARGETAREA Church and
activities and assisting
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.,. I him! Mr. and Mrs. E.W. Hodges Jr. and
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1 menu are on file end maybe FICTITIOUS NAME FAMILYCOURTOF at the toce- 8CMOOLNBWS Sunday with the following
>ananaar
REHABILITATIONCI1Y examined at the office STA1JTEAfFIDAVITNAEGELE THE STATE OF .paaMlo.nr. eetaeM one S6 Mew- or tecationa. de- Nov.Z7-M.Dee. attending- Aimee Hodges Mr. and
OF d the City Clerk Starfce OUTDOOR NEW YORK PPLEASI eedbatl hstewWdkee : meat Mrs. Ralph Morgan of Starke.. Tonya
STARK,FLORIDA Florida and at the office ADVERTISING COM- COUNTY OF ORANGE 'TAR1 Basketball Taeraa Patrick of Lawtey Randy Hodges
STREETS DRAINAGE. d Baseant, Hammock & PANY FUftTHE".mea*Mt to Courrtv. State Physical Education Instructor Rick Darlene and George Cruet of
AND SEWER Ruckman, Inc., Consult Docket No. 01978SUMMONS the even ef year Osthaei. Head. .Section anno Easel!; took the following student Ut Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs .OrvlUe
IMPRC7v'EMENlSINVITATION ing and Design Engineers/ STATE OF MINNESOTA to appear er .:.:= Mora .** 1M 5 Starho Starke Elementary School on Brook Ins of ffamptan, Mr. and Mrs.
2000 Corporate Square COUNTY OF HENNEPINOn petition, 1M Cemt alaM ......\1IIOMt November 17th for participation In the Emit Benesh. Rose. Lisa Frank and
TO Boulevard Jacksonville In the Metter d the grant the Mate.Itai MW aa glttl\ "n: Smlt Basketball Tournament- Lynn Ricky of Galnesvllly Dean and Pattie
BIDDERS Florida, 32210. Plans and thle day' per on tv Commitment of Guardianship said child maybe.... >.....Traffic Slgrl,1. Bowen Amy Clark Brenda Curtis, Russ of Ocala Mr. and Mrs. Vernon
Specifications may be appeared before me an and Custody out without fare...esYea .- Karla Kidd,Tammy Peeplee, Tammy Parmenter Mary Ann.and Debbie of
Notice la hereby given purchased from BBSS ant. officer duly authorized to pursuant to 1384-b: of the to you or Vmapeaar ... M 19nsdA. County State Rhoden. Kim Smith. Amy Williams Hampton Lake.
that the City of Start. Hammock & Ruckman, administer oaths and take Social Service Law of ana ot.a9 n toad Reed. .. Semion 28010A and Melissa William. This group
Florid WIN receive sealed Inc., for the sum dt3O.oo acknowledgments, the adoption .... ... anal nest. (Met tn Starke 'came back with the 3rd Place Award. Sympathy
bids In the City Council per set, non- General Partner of GENEVIEVE right. If Any* vv vnv ears L-Md. : Sad.eanmalTraMbSignal,1.. The First Place Award went ot the Sympathy is extended to Mr. and
Chambers City Hall, refundable. MAJOR MEDIA OF THE BRANCACCIO tody of said. cHIt tiles )H. 6th and 7th grade girl. Among those Mrs E.W. Hodges, .Jr., whose
Starfce, Florida 32091 CITY COUNCIL OF THE SOUTHEAST. LTD., e permen.n" cc. 11e786Sse.raf helping win this award were Mona Mary Etta Carter
CITY OF STARKE. Minnesota limited partnership A Child under the Age of Croll Brenda Bawek, BeckyCrawford grandmother
until S:00 P.M. o'clock on elleveaisr County. State Hodges, died on Friday at the age of
FLORIDABy namely: Years Alleged to Dated ill ? Mary Ann Parmenter
the 7th day of December. Eighteen : .... TUP,Section 2B010- 94.
1978, for the Construction : Merrill Edwards City ROBERT O. NAEGElE be a Permanently 197B. At Oat St In Stark, Donna Mowry, Shian Roberta Lori
of the Streets Drainage Clerk. JR., end WILLIAM O. Neglected Child /*/ Riches) I a/0eat6sla/ ede.n..xld: Srrs Snow. Angela Thomas and Diane rrrrrrr

and Sewer Improve 11/9 4tchg 11/30. NAEGELE, who being by Clerk of the Fane Cars ......Traffic SVW..1. Waldron. 'CAPTAIN DENE HARPER
ments. Than aH bids will ._ me first duly sworn, TO Tommy Brancacclo .... Hampton Elementary School Isproud IS OFFICER GRADUATE
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be publicly opened, read depose and say: Michael' S. "l.kl'Ufto of these students and Mr. Ezzell
Last Known Address: .Mrtped. County, State
aloud and recorded. The name of a* the Attorney tarDepartment Paaltlwr. for their sportsmanship and successIn Captain Dene T. Harper, son of Mr.
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Florida State Prison P.O. Nad20QSeetion 28010
and Mrs. Cyril E. Harper of 89 Bailey
interested in the ef teeiel thla Tournament
The above construction persons
REGISTERFICTITIOUS Box 747. Stales, Florida At Madtoon St. in Starke,
Road. Andover, Mass., hall graduatedfrom
will be located In the business conducted Services: BOM 2. Q..n>
Northeast area of the City NAME under the foregoing Fictitious 32091. Road Gee....... MM R.esamenid: Semi-. New Student the Squadron Officer School at
Pursuant to Section ......Traffic Signal 1ttTt.
AFB.
Maxwell
d Starke, Fl ride. 'KG 09, Florida Statute. Name of Naegele YOU ARE HEREBY York 10924 Tit No. New students welcomed at the The captain Ala.a 1967 gradualeofEnglish
consists of Outdoor Advertising SUMMONED to show 19141 294-832. Itch* week Tlffanie
.This protect : notice is hereby that Bradford County. StateRasd200 school this are Morris School
given
High Lynn. Mass.
the Installations of eppro.aimetdy the undersigned Robert E. Company end the extentof cause at a hearing to be 11/23. Section 28010- a 4th grader; Marcie Morris In the 1st received a B.A. degree in 1971 from,
3860 IF. of 8- the interest of said held In Orange County grade and 2nd grader John Morris
Allen, Jr. and Betty M. At WaaMnoton St. In Boston College Chestnut Hill, Mass.
inch vitrified clay sever person said businessare Family Court, Part I I. who formerly attended MelroseSchool. ,
Allen 1304 North Bradford 'S4te. Rao,. ., add: and in 1971 from Boston College
pipe and appurtenancesand Street, Starfce Fla. as follows: Orange County Government -- Semi-actuated Traffic Chestnut Hill Mass., and In 1972received
the construction of MAJOR MEDIA OF THE Center. Goshen .
32091 business Sins 1-18-78.
doing his commission
approximately 6.000 feet SOUTHEAST. LTD., a New York on the 14th Thankl.1vinglioildaYI upon
under the firm name of on wantlnw+.don d completion of Officer Training Schoolat
DEPARTMENT OP
of paving with Minnesota limited partnership day of December 1978
new and students wished each
Teachers
.. Rood Op.esinner -
Director Lackland AFB. Tex. His wife
related drainage and bass 100 percent at 9.30: o'clock In the tore- TRANSPORTATION ,
appurtenances. The City "STARKE PRINT Interest of ownership InN noonof said day, why the SPECIAL TRAFFIC the above traffic other a Happy Thanksgiving weekendas Judy. Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
'.nd speed regulation they left school on Tuesday. Theyall Dennis Grlffls of Rt. I, Starke Fla.
reserves the right to SHOP", 107 East Cell egele Outdoor Advertising petition of Gladys R. Bur- REGULATIONS. .ware 4lsteimliid. to beaMSVnsbte plan to be back for classes
award Contract Starke, Fla. Company. leigh. Acting Commmsto-
a or to Street Nov. .
27.Lunch
readvertlse, whichever: 32091 intends to register roe d Social Services d NOTICE IS HfftCIV. and naoassary Monday, AIRMAN MIKE RIIODEN
may be In Its best Interest. said fictitious name under MAJOR MEDIA OF THE the County of Orange GIVEN: upon the basis of the Menu COMPLETES RECRUIT TRAINING
of aforesaid SOUTHEAST LTD. alleging that Genevieve engineering end traffic Airman Recruit Mike W.
This protect la to be the provisions Nov.27 Dec. I Navy
and
financed totally by a statute. By: Robert O. Naegele, Brancacclo, the above that the 0.-I d Investigations Rhoden son of Wilma M. Rhoden of
Federal grant from the Robert E. Allen Jr. and Jr.. General Partner named child la e permanently TranaporlM'IN8tIng '-- ore ... jvtfwrity, we therefore MONDAY: not dog on bun. coleslaw Route 3 Box sob Lake Butler. Fla.,
Department Housing and Betty M. Allen owners. By: William O. Naegele, neglected child of ,em..., fifes wee.Secretary of for baked beans peach half, cookie. has completed recruit training at the
f.eaublldenrt same
Urban Development and Jr. General Partner. and requesting that 1978 gave oonidsasfw milk. Naval Training Center. Orlando Fla.
shall be referred to as Subscribed sod sworn to JoAnn Braocaccio, the to the request Iapedal ...._ en* the ptadng of the TCESDAYj Chicken w-noodles. During the eight-week ,training
HUD<< Project B-7S-DN-12- Dated this 9th day of before me thi* 10th day d mother of said child be traffic eg4esuerus i ,....macMnaj and akjnea carrot sticks, sweet cycle trainees studied general
A.D. 1978 permanent divested d and In each case .nhafth a Meete" t also, lor deekminatlon green peas,
etStarke
0117. November October 1978. Jsnla M. hot rolls, milk. military subjects designed to prepare
Plans, Specifications Florida. 11/9 4tpd Wlegand, Notary Public. the custody d said child review' the traMe I Itlgattao Yut of entetlngHry potato pone them for further academic and on-the-
WEDNESDAY
and other Contract Docu- 11/30. 11/2 4tchg 11/23. and that such custody be report.mm .atoq..... eeek wt.re It"i.- inirWe.d. stew meat. Job training in one of the Navy's 85
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mashed potatoes, mustard greens.
basic occupational fields.
PaSem'Director.DEPARTMENT .
a bread milk.
fruit cup. corn
A 197ff graduate of Union CountyHi

.' \\WH'f"' : :; Hi ;lVto'N"Sr' E\'R\ ?" rre TRAnSPOnTATION.ttchg 11/23.. OF buttered milk.THURSDAY corn, apple Pizza, sauce tossed, doughnut.salad. 1978.School, he joined the Navy inJury


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!REGISTERMCnTIOUSNAME' Starke Fie. 32091 NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO S.Walnut Street Stake

(When you can save up to 5O % Mrunt" to Section fictitious.Intends to name register under said the FICTITIOUS REGISTER NAME Fla.register 32091 said, Intend fictitious to

.. BB.... Florida Statutes, provision of aforesaid Pursuant to Section name under the provision

*.,* \ no*!**I*hereby given that statute 866.09, Florida Statute. *. ,of aforesaidstatute.
eh undraigned Jems I.an notice la hereby given that
,/ using gas jnseajof Jams A. Starting.aah James E, and James A, the undersigned Gerald R. ,Gerald R.and Joan A.nCrawfcMoV .
..r. P.O. Bon 3M.Mr Starting,' loint own_. au.jod JwrtvA* Crawford t? jolty _
(" ., .. .of ... ,, ..., Florida J2O9T.AsngbuwTM ;" Dated this 23rd day of -Route 3, Box MS Starke, -,."'- Dated tN*'23rd to/bf
r "& .IB'! ** under the November A.D. 1978 at Fie. 32091. doing business !- November. A.D. 1978 at
electricity firm name of Starke Florida. under the firm name Starke. Florida.
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,TECHNICIAN Mart .... l/ll tf/.k.. .. .. .. . ...... ... .......... *araM*f.M.tt/X. .. : t ..:. .,J.Ul $i l lI ( 11/13. 1108: PRATT Lovely" home with 1 BR a full 8 hug I.
.II.. UO HotaL L.k 171 MAVERICK B.*l I Bead ale Hwy I* .,. c family room. CHB.A double gorage..bauttful"
... I .... ., .. .. m-tt.\i': ;
'a.tIer. Pkt. Call 4Be-SUI ., "AT radle, 8818.Pkaa ." : A,... ... ground.mlnt co""ltlon..owne moving to Melrote. -
114 .... 11/2 DO YOU NEED A .....1.,. Itak*11/18. i ,l f1 .""f : REMODEUNQ. BtlLD.INS. 18T8 -TOYOTA PICKUP highly '..tal.... Pkea* '6.. .

HOUSEKEEPER ONE .. .. ..d r..*lr*. i.wkltokca 8U7I. uthisWATNON'B
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DAY A WEEK Laeal THE OFFICE SHOP NOW *. ".a"I1 fiMllyraaii. cued tok* -- aarcaaata. 32ACRES 22000. Fla. land I.I your very best .

TEXAS OIL COMPANY '.1..*..... Call 48aIT4SJO18 STOCKS A POLL LINK OF EFFICIENCY APTSi Oa.BR. ...... kta ca- ...."'... Pltoa* .... lloilKK. : OF hedge again Inflation.. '
a***.!. tutor* ,.,_ ler .....| SNOOPY PRODUCTS. .. 8432. 11/18 2to* 1121. ACI'UMSi' PIRFECT.NOTHINOTDBEDONEJBR.1.,128 :.1
.. ._........ 114 N. ... .. Fir...... "' .ta. M.ay braids
...... tripe ..n........ M.... .........1 C........* ,,1'.....A.*..CH/......u.... Gristle C............ ,...* ,Sew .u...... II.... on I 2 Acre, Brick 22.000 mtg SWD 8188.00 M. ,
L"* Bailor. Catat ear..r. CLAEKES: SAW SHOPiCeaplat araaaat Sa oaw, Ca ate ..c..... avalUbU.. .
Pansa.d .
Is.Hd.d, .....1' rcatol 473 2105 ar .73.U711. Incld. tone ft Insurance.MARY
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.. FORD
-W. ". Writ D.C *; .. .rdrd tkra k tk PICK-UPt black
a ._ 1111N.. ato *.. TF I.bf.ALCOHOLICS. aue..rle. tor all HAS A LITTLE LAND 2 houses PrattSt. : !
Datka. PrMn 8atkrlara. 1a, Mad drcalar, _..... ... .. XL-T, kaadwi, ItHPk on |
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tI.... Cecmty: T..... Call .. .. ....... .,...... 404 N.W. t
adalu Pkaa E. .
..., .. ..... .... ..... one house Sle.soo next. door 811,000. Begin
.1. ft. W.,..,. Mad*** leave at Lads at ... OtHta Ska*. 95.4.4.1241.. 11/21 ANONY. 8:10 p... ... 101k A.... Ualacavllla,
T. .. lick* II/M. Craw. ..11...'. Sappljr.L 8844704, avS/trkvaad. Pat ltk. II/M. MOUE Pkaa* .M..89. ., 8271. 11/ 3 ltok.1 11/T. Phoaa 374.7110. tll..... now with this Investment.BEACHFRONTSaS.000. 'J.
.k. Bailor. 7/11 tta. 3 BR CB CHandA nit.
.t tka U... C"." > Tkt***. "' 45111. 111111BRADFORD ,
USE THE LAUNDRAMAT 4103311. l7t FOUR WHEEL C"7 GN-PA G.'F.t.. on beath-7 ml let North of St. Augustine.

.IHSUMHCEIRAINES at HWY let ky I** H.",. TWO EFFICIENCYAPARTMENTSI SEPTIC ., 171 ....., ..,.1.*.8.. Rudy at NICE COUNTRY HOME 11 >* A 848.000.. OF 1"j.
way. W. ...". a with, dry with TANK SERVICE Bradford PLYMOUTH DUSTER ISO Halda Flea Market. Friday, loan 831.000 304."Mo. Pay. Best farming land.S .
1888 FORD' PICKUP .dIII... ........ N. eMM.ra .**....u.. .....-..ta. 0.C..n..1 .
wick ..
all kid ........ 11 .*at. .. d..gf. aid AC. P....8847M Nat.. Su .Maaday.. TF.ck.. ACRES BRICK HOME'. year old 4 BR 2 B
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.... dote kad aad .282 V4d er p4.160.4th.. ladiMrial.Fair .
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INSURANCE'ACENCYt $ take 11/13. CHftA completely furnished.
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Aataaatla to Sir.HZIOS. 880 dapaahX. ... 984- / d. P. M4Sill. LINK
18* ..L.k. Av... .Usc g. 0qd i altar 11 .... 11/18 tftkBILL'S -- CHAIN FENCE PRECIOUS HOME ON PRATT Neat 1 BR \,
Uk .....,. 43.78.Caaap4i -- I 1113.APARTMENT. CAPRICE WAGON 174Ckevv malarial-D.U raraJf< aada 827.900.

...-. S.r...... 'AW'.HOPI Cam,;;- 8 ,........, ....... **.. INatollatlaa nwflaklaFra OWNER FINANCED 212 REDORAVE

.- ----. ----- REAL ESTATE K......, ,.... >karp.*l*( "'''.., AT. PS.PB. AC. ..... aa*. MttaalM.Ce., ...-866.HaadrMafFaaca build them like they used to- 3 BR 3 B-- largo Theydon't
Evryaa I a r----- Lake, ,.aa* kadraaa*. trlmfrttm .....1... hand, tarkld. tral AM/FM/ radio. power lift .
I..rslblsyt' I ) Jane "
S. Usher
......... ..... dtatoc. are*. .*..*... '...... *ewer ....* ...1//.... w6p.w.r .1..*.. claaa. TF/akc. homo largo lot near town. ..
pa*... JOE USHER I JDxdlin* for REALTQR.H2126 Mw katk, ala* kltckaa, afl grad aad b........ L..*. ....... P.*.. 4734384.Itpd 81,000.: RUSTIC HUNTING LODGE Cypress

AGENCY 496-1128! .. 49543Sl'RACE noon prec.dingl, or 4 a-J.03la ..... AC. ..,........ Yearly at....... ..1......* S.".,. 11/13. PATIO i7 _.COVERS........ U.R.ALUMINUM I'.... lodge with 2 bath on t acr*. Imaginer. ) .

-'-- ------ .- (Thursday baton public! rwwrrrrrwr .....L Lak. ... ... arhri- Stork*..K.,._ Hilgku.tl -- | O A TO I 40 ACRES FOR DEVELOPMENT Farm on : .
lion.. I I.._ .....(11-2M2. 1118Itod /.fc.. 4810 N.. Bettent Rd. cozy home plus traitor In superb .)'
Rlh... l I.> Minimum ch. CAPRI II 1878 wkh*. condition 55,000. '
rg t.2.00'' II/M. '----- 131k GalBavUk. ....
........' St. > .
Agancy Farcaariad (Coven IS TOMMY'S LANOCLEAR.INGi .... *.. ....Ida.. Fear *a .7 7/8 IDEAL LOCATION 1221 E. BESSENT RD. '
371 7. tf/ckf.
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l> Baak
Baadty. CaalU buldoe.rwsrk. the flair tra... law aUega.PkaM .
I Each wo.dov..U II Careful maintenance has preserved the quality of .
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Phony 198.2101.hake. ......1..' F PALMS APARTMENTS! Pkaa fMa73I4 .....7110.._ 8 ....... if
LIMCROCKi T.
I I' 10 unit Efllalaaclaa. ..'.1..... p.a. ,Mr this homo which' features a largo" den and a largo !r i
.. 1870 Malik
ALSO. 711-flT
Not fort| W...., till N. U/ Lawtay, P...* : ..bedroom SRI B CHA'i acre-U1.SOO.
ClctssifiedAds ripontlbla *r .tby C.....11.. TI'/' ,.. weekday alter 6 *... e '
'Ithe 0" when given 0"." Tea pi* Av.., ,Stork, HANDYMAN) All 1. aytw.ok..da.. I/I 40 ACRES-HOME-TRAILER HOOK UP NEAR

GetResults phone or when copy! TF. /.... ....If., k .....r/.ta'I... ..I.... LULU Farm Homo Adm. Mortgage. of appro l'
(Ia not typed and brought I ......-' ".14....., kaawaikla. 844,000. at S per cent. Money to qualified buyer.

the office. I BEAUTIFULLY PUR- aid ..1....*. Special 4 LOTS EACH 100'xJJO' Market Rd. Laurel
OAK FIREWOOD, Will
------- NISBED *a* BB aparfeaeat.Carpat na.Sera.r eat
wood d tfl* ball IUie... I'' ... .&I..a.sonar.. .ad haul I la loaf. body pickp. Baptist Church turn right on dirt road I2SOO eachor I
I3J lar lull track, ...... will negotiate if Interested In all.
.rr wr..rr.aw.e I raia. aacamy _. aaa P....M44M1 alto* S ,...( : lPWA."JED I!
I =YSiqNE..ii. II..... private p.vd Hr temedlato. atto.U 1... 1/2 card.. Pkaa. 8-ttZ4.. CHARMING HOME 717 w. CALL- T.nqullllving
!=.. WRHTRDS ......*. Ideal far ....... 10/28 TFckf.GOOD Interior decorator did an excellent lob with :

r r er a.. sa .. ea..r I I ....... *r r.Uvdpit...*. GENERAL CARPENTRY REAL ESTATE SALES --- -_ ------- carpets and drape plus a completely new "eatio"kitchen ,

EMPLOYMENT LAND FOR SALE( ATTENTION FLUTE N. cklldra E.- WORK P.I...... dr E",., tk. kallto. .. toll TENDER watanraaaa. i '
K.,.,..* Halgkta; NI. PLAYERS Mar"' K.,'* .allaat. ....dea. .**.._.. kaackic, *...Ha.,.' altor*. tralatog. la a* mclttof a adrwrdlc ( Still raalc. eataara. .
SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS I,...ea 1 ..10 .... tract* toaelghbarkaad Mel. Caatar I* av kavlag ..-.1.... ..... ...-.... ..to>*. r aarpkaa* carr la realaatate. M....,'. 0....... 7' We wont to thank the good people Bradford t

NEEDED K.'..... .. aw 1e.... a ......1 .. kraad. sew 1'1"7'UNFURNISBED...., ._ ji444..... leja ; tl/dg Ceatory tl Skew L.'.,._ .... Pkaaa M County for the confidence of boty buyer and i
.,... .. ....... ....... 73Z8. 11/23 I... 11/10. '
H.I.... G,... .C... Sea. k t .1. Gaaelabardt REMODELINGi "If Case Praparttoa, I... Key seller In giving u* the opportunity to serve you. u )
...... aad .... ....1. 8150 with .... ..... ... two COME .tea. ...
Spriagja area a. Apply Clay **y H.I. .73- '03. "I'years '
d It I"PI. five
tk kaaae, I business about
b.dr..r..-... I...... w* W*have been in the roa estate t"
Cauaty, 8ckal Bird 900 ..... Priced M MB will GalawavID 377-8810. lUkg ; .." ... .alaitrlcal. 11/2_TFcka.VENDING. DRESSES AND PAP
T.MII&eL 11/18 >uk. and have never had o dull day I Thank you
Waal 8 tract. Graaa Cv tora Iraaa 8200...... M 840 1123. 11/21. :rear .......... atGd .L SUITS i 8..11In.. aaw ('
9pr.4., luk 11/23. par ...t". Caaarelal wrk.at a raaaakl ROUTES ....... aaw. Pkaaa 95445Iakg for coming our way. Wo hope to servo you for .
IraaUg* .. SR-21 aveilakla.Owaer ."HOUSE' PAINTING.raaeaabl AVAILABLE NOW F.U.. 11m.ATTfNlION. years to com. HAPPY THANKSGIVINGILucille
----- 473-417. d/.... rate, fr*. ..d- EFFICIENCY aadraaa ...... ,.10., ,......._PI_ 961 part 1... c....., secured ki'
WANTED, .. .. Associate ;
aep.ty.CltyCl.rk T.I._it...,. eats..". .Stoke IIAO ..1.11...... N-- a536101.VM.rw.d ftOB7.SaiaU. Itdgtl, Zd ....Ue... Cp......nt..... -FLUTE Conner.. Spry 44-8410

....JHaatotmmi4f. *f BINOOAm.Hra>.. .<..' '. I t .' 1..bhols' .""Alnryl MtoL '.(fm' tJ:t "I'IC'r..Caapaay.... _...pravkda...: ..-. ampaa-..?....pft.AF6R9ntMent', ,. .. ........ ",' '. ...."'... Nr -_ a t.J,
MMIEe' ,
1 b.......... sot "**_*&1... Peat mtv'rSaiadar *..'p'..; 300 *'''.100. Far fnrlkar M..... C...., la sew ..,,1..
.Scad .....''to City 7 ... ,,11/! TINY FURNISHED d._, kiMcbarlogaad a* special aa brad awGecaaialiardt Classified
Typlg{ Saturday ..._.....* 8I34784SO8ad 1
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.. Ua P..... ilmmrMartto
Caaacll P.O. ... 338, K.,. TF lei... HOUSE NO PETS .OK eve. aad w....... 8135784M4. at.dal lets FURNITUBERCFINISRING '
Ft e "" -61.10. tlckFIRST ISO with Hal tr..*-... I Ads Get /
ate* Halgata r krlag to ''' CHILDREN. 8131 a.. 11/8 4Uko1130.. ay {
Maaklpal RaBdlaf. .. itMtw FOR SALE OAK LAKE CALL BA4-8404. 11/17. GalnaavlUe.. 3774810. IUb I
.. ... PART TIME POSITION.Ckrcalattoa II 1l3. ResultsRalph .Edr.lea
N. .. 29, 1978. ESTATES...to tkraa acr. :
IdtlaUy.p.r4ti..p.ekas.ltebg. ..11.... weeded trait clerk Bradford -.--.---- P
1123.SECOND 82.495/eere. 8299/De. ,M I TUrttC\Es.( ''OP.po I I tUll TltS, Ceaaty PakR L....,. 2* GREEN: PLANTS FOR Babla AcraaMaa. J

----- (29/ai.. Owaer pk. 813479I8SS. War wed weak, B.t...., HALE: 3 *rltlae. el Fri "
MORTGAGE' 10/12TI/ckg. I .1......... 82.47/kr. Hlgk ..11.,.... 1 varlatlee ..1cabbage BrjnnRetilEHtnte B am+- d ----- Scka.l ..I..... repaired.Tralalac plaatai "...ee.Uplo.t. ----
MONEY AVAILABLElFetaervlc AND SECOND .
-01--------- 1973 123 C.C y&.... .. N1SN
.. Becky Dyer, 473- aertgage .laa avallakla. Malta Daaaakar I. .. eta Myrlar Kalry.. P/ra +
23S3 Lie.... ........ E". .... will carraat.... Iaspic.tar. Fact ..".... lucky Dyer Equal Oppartlty E. 4U-1839. Rt I, Bai 258.Breaker. 1111 N.1',1.' Av*.
i iIB
itkkan .ta'&I .
.. 11/18 luk 11M.
... Itpd. 11/23. Stork,ria
P.
..........,. TFN 11/9. 350. 1973 I25C C. H..... 474-2353 LlcaaeedMartgaca .. 114..7A.I070l'ouatry .
B.."" ll/8 - -- .
Wakt. with .....t kltIral .
,ADDRESS. MAIL Ca- 127.CHRISTMAS. LADY WANTED larkaaiakaaplag FIREWOOD Call .,.., 5
dukf i
... Balk b* ..,
EE (300. > ... ...11
....... Clreaara at ".11I\.. Paoaa Number. tM8210. '
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p.m.
caadttla.. '
IW Club BH.J .
law 3
B. ......will Hral Offal I FORSALE good ...., aad help to aaaOkaalaac llckf 1123.YARD [ ;
--I ".t' lar MOO THOMASREALTYf
.....11.. net euaped adidrd r BY OWNER I II WBI tell er SHOPPERS *. Mac .", ., travel.lag. balk brick ea beautiful
2fc I beet efter. Call 498S587afur Need .._ m.y? Gd .... 7824991.. lay "': letOny3yr..oWo.d1.rtceH.st .. '
aid 8iLiT;.
I .U Service aavalapa Foe ..... C Lola at city Ball. 1'".! 4 .... llckg 1123.CATFISH afro I..... avallakle 1123. ceaditlon.IO79i I
....... .. ..,.1.. .. .. ......, Laadcccp ale NarcaryNartk .
IS PAL. ,.100.. ..1. -- - --
M. Rests
.Luk, Depl. I
Dlatr8. >. *..Pkaaa .....1108. .. U.S. 301. FrL aadSat. Beautiful 1121 North ".1..... "i.oiarkv. .
F.... .. ell SR IS. 4 acne 00Tlamss
B.. ,105C Baldwla. FU. I ar CETA POSITION ... I
9 4 f'
.m. llrkf I
11/23 2uk 11/30. !> lands :.Inrrl !'
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read. 0.. ., Hlreet.I075i2 \
.32234, 2tpd 11/18-11/23. paved acr Dlaptckr. aaat k*. Bradlard 1i1"11I .
la acr. ..... Mawed aadjraady $ '. Ceuaty ,....... aad ....
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t. .build .. .. far) _._lea'"; dtoadvacugad.Mt 1/2 and 3 I 1/2 acre hrd ,
....bile 1... 1 G nl.f.. ....,.1.... .... high eckeeladaaaUaa 1 kits, SR 22JA. :vas .], \

Pka..8M-6388.. far.*.pt-I Ckaaaal Calllek. Catch ... k* *kk. totype. 11123.'f

ClassifiedAds "..11/23. .. II 130. nil year wa *r ky .lfceekaady .. REGISTERCAS 11 11I Apply .. Fkv Slat 078i! 3 BR .block. f>K U 1'laanlnf,1r.t..It"la-' A build.financing.M "See an. ,i I'
JI.( caagkt. 78 a AND OIL E.p""_' ........ |I'Uaaartkaa .:..t. <
GetResults ,.... ... ..'. thus far I **), Stork. lay t ,
10 ...ta a paadU i 308 S..Thompson St. 11/L1. ;:... 1t.I.ot. -1 e manage ...ld..t..l.ndl.
____ ___ __ BBlBJJijjgfiPANELIHGl. 804SHHHLPGas --..a 1077) 10 0.2/1 .r,.. all !SR> commercial' properties' I
MfJ- dayS.t. [ ..w tB. s
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N.". 18 W8R 22S N Yo. '
i L.... ., LatkarHUHr ...... FNrn/Orl, W anledSle"prr.on. Part
;;007; 20 acrca KallordI00
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erulltis. V
.. *.. 782-1794 .. 782 Fuel UIILubricating -\ *
CENTER 3801. 11/18. Oil 400 f I
i ft., print
.. t.lManil I Ihf.m. Y.lint. .
I Paneling Molding, .rrc"'. 301.rth Kc.l I ..lalvHrnlirr :, .
Wholesale Warehousefor -
1 Kitchen Cabinet I WHOLESALE I ,illian.I'carnon: I IKKI 1013: Five le 50 ...... N. Ulli.Yni1.111.1. '

I TRAMPOLINES HOMEOWNERSA Tire : ,IIIKSHU :1 BR Brick. 1 bath I R. at l.wty. |13 loralloeel. .
Counter Tope I Tube >K, garage.I - I.Irninit. !1

I vanities Ideal Christmas Gifts simple way to Batteriesh'lorihiitd \fllll..n: : 1022( 1 acre lot. all GrHffiop. ,.4'UU""' i '1 ,
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Complete Selection borrow 1 SOUTH BR. 2 kaTkT LR. FK I. i1". t
of Paper Party FREE 1 Lay-A-Way- For Xmas quickly ,1..154 U:L ".IIN''" \ replace( .la tows - %..v4.llllla.. ;

Good* at .f' I PS. 1.1.)227 J.. 4,000 or: more. 1"l'I"1H1; - .. 1031, Five'ac.... SR-230 t\r+lmmunW ;3 l .
I ESTIMATESYAUCNN :3BR. I bats. LR. FR.peal. '- evR''elbvtt'ilarahl,

Professional service 2 BR block home on .large Lard yard. Saratoga. III. 1051 and ToftftT lets hR ..
-IONNSOi *Convenient Ir'ula lot. '23.0(10( ewaarlinaactd. "-Y-- f 100. 230. Bro.eat It... rpp. .. .
:3 8..III.t", bally ,.... ** /.e.'!4IA..Lr!.! } .. '
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Confidential 3! .
3:% Irmplr iy. .
CO. kltckaa .. ea* .... 0331 One let. allkaakopa.
i largo acre .
I tall Drum; *No red tape. hlarkrII., Poultry Form- -,-Breeder- 3 ..R..., ., all 301 >rtk. ,. !

140 S. Thompson SL ...a.a..a. 96i:77is.REASONABLE! - -
S..ar. For full details/ simply modrre h...... room bw.w :
The Office Shop. Old Coca Col ft..n{ S living quartere.egg Call 'ormore 1 BR, 1 bath frame :2R. 058:fib !I.'... Geiger Rd. : ..'. (
f 2" Thru 8" call. COLLECT PRICED. t'.4 ..ra 301-N: c' ". .* d
110 W. Call 0649711f 813-823-1573 .../Caaaarclal. property dclafla. - 1057 Oaa acre and 1 BR

trRRms.Swr Fast Rotary No' Obligation with krway. Iraaug aid 2 BR .baog.ownew 1).. 20 acre tract very frame ell Mcrgaa Rd. .1.. .. ViYl\\/ / f
Orlllino Eouloment railroad aiding available I naacaabM. JaM ell. SR-18. w .. ,. wwi w :
_J lr t.ntm re RESIDENTIAL" FUNDING' Jail aycilde. city lialle.! sieve. washer A dryer. favcd read.l.tUHI.FHllHrRrvJK'. IO 2)S acr**.4 BR "IH" '-1i":; '.' I '. !
fI II f STATE LICENSED OP'FI,* .INC 113.000. Hill eo.dd.rtrailer. I !Stereo> RdJI004i "II "l./j"r. m :J ;I
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KEYS! .
KEYS
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a.a. ..Si Si hue. I. LICENSED MOrUOAOEBAOKEH 48 Ac. arm with '0... - ;;. '
t Kr.. ....1 I.lflr Hrolirr I 29 all ....t.l. 301 .
Fump ----- -- 4 112 acrea plaetedpaaturc 'la".1'pn.pt.: ;:

THE TELEGRAPH office has two ...................... I2It N WESTSHOflC BLVD --IB.R....3 bath old.. hem.' aa graded read.IS.950. OP.Salerdy6.N.STARKE.PMT.Mt 17'.I 1I : .>*rtk.I0fi .... .......*,....101. 'J,

I sets of keys which have been found S SUITE 107 .:I.e. \; I wllhll l/2pci de.. ,3 BR.bIock. Prlt Kl. P*,," ,.....k.., '. ,'ti
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New & Used 33907fAOBILK ,.4. "
TAMPA HvataarWe
i FLORIDA ----- - 'j
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and turned In. One set was found' In II III I Sales-Parts-Service I..all a.R.daw.m. pay garage. aw apt.acr 4 .acre... aa A'V30I!up with Lawtay.city largesal. 3 BR. 2 bath. .:s: idvd"n".d ,VN1' ,,', .
I
aster available. 13.000 H AA, brick kaae la Farad
t JHOMf, ,', Ii'
Starke the- other at Crosby Lake | I: will held cfltg. : per a ra. 12 pel30JS .... Height. Built let eicrgyalg S 3>4'' acre, wllk :3BR. IBakia. I ": :
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I E-2 Term SERVICE POLK : -Rome -I ..- .. '..00 plus ..+ ,L 1 e ao8R ......... z.... R.... ""t
Cemetery. Please come by or call thai aeeeeeeaeaaaeeaaeeeea* 4 eel. lest Acne 7340' t.S, 30SSAJOO Braid. .*.wtSTARKE | fn .... l.eie .. read lee.1.Ituisltew..dce.hady1.1.... '. j)I

\ \ aad alrvwlth 2 flreptocca.aallj Teraa, .- -- .' .. "
100 AMP Maibil -
TELEGRAPH office to redeem Plumbing. ?+ cash I. %.A mtg. Pared loll:l.l sad h... ;
I your I
Nights
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..................... .... ell SR-l6. I I
I i 4..A.-- rafrtakl ela, ).r fraaakaa ......, .....0' weeded 2BR. 'B| akia akllflg.Taraaa. '.
keys 9848305.flit. BulUlag let I I. Kay. 1 kalk.ppra -.r- *
tg. .. 9 reams let high ale .r,. pavedatreale 1073 28 .
... 1.
New Installation t ; acres sad .bli. <
.,._ Fair
r 6.molr r -srl t. e s are price SO pees trw 3 bald year ems bore .. .:::..,
90':340'. natal ..... ...... I MH ..... .. ye* nay like.. eaeel prlvt lake. IR-. Ow.er', kaaalerted
Grdto. J 4 ,
DISTRIBUTOR NEEDED: Remodeling f Repairs_; apace Approikaataty. ours. Call' for detail*. --v- A *r ra*>.dell..*(.', ),*. l .y

:Natlel...**.* ./1... ....., .1...".......* I* year. a................b..s.aUrrmir w k.e)* 1 T 'OW\ER -_..- (400 a MS.OOO.*. laca(mere e*leadtvalUbl 8 3 BR. 2 "ka.rk"ra'blle; : kaca.a .' ".., .f ..... 110..... era ...aish.111500.Na'v. ;?I '

I .....Vattaillad eef.rlaallywllk la.............,.. -i acre .*) Broker ....,. .lake. ll .7uo. ; 0...' chased at rat*. I:' "' .

I......, //a lae ..u.. ..".'.. ky ', ( a 5EL4M.ta ...._ _.._- 4 ..Mover adkulle.....*,',.... l.dlag lliM Maall Haaa aa, *.* 6 ." t 1,

THE WALL STREET JOURNAL' ............. ........ ; .lik atlra 30 acr.. ea graded ,.... KEYSTONE I acre 10... acre SI2JOO.OO. ,
loveetaeal r.... *S 12.000 kea. with .uceaeHe 'IOJOO.Reaedeled. may tree*. SUM 12.993, Eva.ai r +
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