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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 30, 1978
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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., ,\.1' .. Death Row escapee Robert Lewis was Inmates who were talking with visitors :Meanwhile. the escape of Kr>'ant .
; ,'spotted by a citizen and captured by the day of the Lewis escape. and ,Avendez from I Cl Monday: night
,.. the FBI in a motel In a small South Brlerton said the change was temporary culminated a buoy, frustrating'week
.J" Carolina city early Wednesday until investigators could determine .for l'1 and KM' prison officials.:
_. rt ;morning, Nov. 29. which of the persons In the visit Bryant, serving life for robbery inPolk
{n t 6 Yir .%* Billie Bryant, 32, who escaped from ing room aided Lewis In the escape. and Ilillsborouich counties and

Union Correctional Institute at 8 p.m. Lee said by phone Wednesday that Axenrtez..serving:! > years for robbery ,.
Monday. Nov. 27, with fellow inmate the suspension had been lifted for the In HillsborouKh County, climbed a U-: .
Louis also foot double fence: with a barbed wire t
Ayendez 32, remainsmissing
24 inmates after the capture of Lewis,
according to Department of but he added that the visitation rules top just before B p m- and escapedInto I
Corrections information director AI would nearby woods r
probably undergo some changein
,Lee. Ayendez was captured In a A lower guard spottedthe two
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w& I ; Ratford home Tuesday night at 11p.m near inmates but did not shoot. instead! f.

f ; The escape of the two UCI Lewis Is In custody In South Hounding an alarm that brought iibout
inmates makes a total of seven Carolina after a first appearance u blowUiounii search within five
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e S I 'escapees in the last 10 days*with aix1'ec.poured Wednesday awaiting extradition to minutes. Tht xearch produced
i J ''r .' and In custody. Florida, where he will remain at FSP I
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sI Lewis, the only Florida Death Row In administrative confinement until I'ugr
n. (innate to ever escape: dressed In a
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of the car. 19-year-old Steven Wilkes
of Jacksonville was arrested the :4J'I.
Sunday after the escape on 4100,000 .'

bond.
At 4:30: a.m. Wednesday morning a
Citizen of Santee. S.C. recognized I
Lewis from poster and called the I
FBI. which had been working on the
search with the DOC and the Jacksonville t r MMI ;
police DOC Secretary Louie 7
,Wainwright had offered a $1.000

a taste of jazz reward leading to Friday the arrest for of any Lewis Information and Lee ;'1 t

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malt was entitled to the reward.

Senior Citizens Treated to' Unique'Jazz Concert In While the Jacksonville the search! area remained Investigators centered \ \

'< $lit for the'Bradford' Senior citizen audience Dancer Intensified ,their.fettorts during thepato'iw ,, t ,.... .. ..
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Festival of the Performing Arts closed Its' season with a dance accompaniment throughout the concert.At descriptions and pictures for public .in-t""r,
Stark performance by the Innovative Howard Hanger bottom left accomplished'story-teller and ,band display throughout the southeast.A .
Jazz Fantasy..About leader Howard Hanger offer a light-hearted tale to the spokesman for the office of FBI Ii
25 senior citizens attended a 12:30: concert at Pratt St. audience t special agent John O'Rourke in I
Pratt St. Recreation Center and the combination creative At bottom right. Hanger, at piano, and Ms. Young- Jacksonville, said that Daniel Nelson The 'LVS.tttdents the first six-weeks at Bradford
dance-contemporary Jan was a new but Interesting blood violin, get Involved their music while Ms. Adams Silva, 39. of Jacksonville, also was D/i.1/ :.8Mnr. .1-.wftwa8'Joh" DavldFrancis' John IUgp, TAt -> I
experience for all. offers a variation on a ballet routine. Bassist Jamie
arrested with Lewis facing federal
Sosebee and Drummer Jimmy Dee Wallace round out the' I!
1 charges of harboring and violation of ,
,'The five member fantasy included In an hour and a band's members.The the weapons act and South Carolina Middle School -'
has toured world-wide the year, ,
half concert original renditions of musical Interpretations group during past charges of Possession of marijuanaand
ranging from Dave Brubeck's jazz classic Take Five to a stopping in locations as diverse as Greenland. Saudi carrying a concealed I
fourteenth century French carol. The diversified program Arabia and Belgium. The upcoming= year's schedule \I O'Rourke was chief investigator weapon.In
also Included a bluegrass medley that ,was enthusiastically Includes concerts In Alaska, the Bahamas Greece and I the case for the FBI joined by DOC 5 Earn StraightA'suawT.en.nn.annr. \,
received by the evening audience,a jan version of Spain. I chief investigator Carl Kirkland FSP .
the Beatles' Lady Madonna, and several slow beautiful Unique music Is not the only original Item In the Investigator II. Edward Sands and
melodies sung by pianist Hanger and. violinist Beth Hanger's life. Home Sweet Home I II a loo-year-old art :the Duval County Sheriffs Department Five students of the 750-member first six-weeks grading period which
Youngblood. museum In AsbevlUe. North Carolina the city where. 'ail !I '. student body at Bradford Middle ended October 9.
I In the top picture, with a curious but captivated senior band members reside. Tuesday, Florida State Prison School earned stralght-A's for the Fiftyslnmore I3MSsludentaearned If
places on the first six-weeks honor roll !
bv earning no grade lower than a H ,"

3-3 Tie Vote Delays Zoning DecisionOn Straight Eighth grader students John K are Riggs.* son of ':

Mr. and Mrs. Donald Klggs who live
on the Buyless Highway just oll SIMtt. r.:'
{ Four Sixth graders earned all-A'a. I .
They are:
Tony Diggs. son of James Diggs and
Store ,
Second Theressa Corner
at Mrs. vera Diggs of Starke. t
z John David Francis. son of Mr. and .y

v _._- Mrs. Charles Francis of Starke.
A split'decision on a 3-3 tie vote favor: Schulz: Fred Mueller and were: Paul Starling 22 acres; H.J. ordinance was the county's first expo Dianne Elaine Wood, 'daughter of ,
Saturday.. Dec.2 ''Tuesday night gave the County Zoning Chairman Jerome Johns against. Starling 10 acres; Allen Jones, 20 rience with zoning and that some mistakes Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Wood of Starke. '
Board another month In which to consider The petition will go to the County acres; Robert Swanson two plots, were made, with which the present Melanie Wood, daughter of Mr. and .
HOLIDAY BAZAAR the pros and cons of a controversial Commission, without recommenda- nine' acres and ten acres;. Rex E. board had nothing to do. Mrs. Leslie Wood of Starke.
'i a.m.-3 p.m. request for commercial zoning at tin, at Its Monday meeting and. Anderson 48 acres. Other requests for hearings were No seventh grade student earned
Badcock Corner the intersection of Slate Roads 100 and according to past practice will likely The request of Alvin B. Howard. granted to: Carol S Johns 2"4 acres. all-A's -,
Stark 18 south of Starke. be returned to the toners for another with property in the same area was 2V miles south of SR 100 on east side of BMS honor roll students earning all ,':'py.I!
>4.; sponsored by vote at their December 26 meeting. deferred until the next meeting sinceit Sampson Lake from MB (Marine A's and B's are: ..' !
R;'First Christian Church ;'The stalemate came on request of Seven property owners In an east was a five-acre plot surrounded by Boatyard to RIC; Mark Luke, one Sixth grade: Marlon Kay Allen. ..
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,', William H, Hall for of classification ,...
a change Starke area, reclassified from Open RIC property. The board suggested acre just north of William Hall property Janet Mary Brooks, Kimberly Lynn !1
;fi k Sunday c. 3 from Open Rural to Neigh- Rural to RIC residential'when the that he attempt to get the other on SR-100 from Open Rural to Brown, Cheryl Foster. Lisa Ann r'\\
borhood.Business on approximately county's first zoning ordinance was owners to join him In a rezoning petition -
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J., ELKS MEMORIAL Neighborhood Business; Stephen F. Green. Nancy Grlder Koseland
three-fourths acre with existing build- adopted in 1970. sought to have their and the board would the cost .
pay miles
: Smith one acre, six south of Anzonatta Lennon. Gregory Paul .
S3 be used
Elks Lodge selling as a "country store, acreage changed back to its original of advertising and processing the Starke on east side of U.S. 301 from Nazworth. Jason Lamar Polk, Vlekle" I i
general merchandise garden
classification Six of the seven were entire tract. "
OR to Manufacturing for operation of Diane Thomas. Wendy Hence
. j supplies said and camping equipment. given permission advertise- for Several owners protested the fact a small saw mill. Thomas Tanja Helen Hlaby. *.,' ,
*t Monday D.c.1V Hall he did not intend to sell beer public hearings on the matter,and the that they were not notified by letter The board decided to hold Its next Seventh grade: Hernie Edward t
and if
ELKS MEETING at present later it would permit be for was off-obtained seventh was tabled until the December when the property was rezoned In meeting at the regular fourth Tuesday Akridge. Lisa Denis Blackshear. Tina '
i 7 p.m.; meeting. 1970. Attorney Jesse Wolbert time although It Is "the night after Bowen. Gwendolyn Brown. Kathryn I'
;; premises consumption. Those, approved for advertising explained that the original zoning '
!'{!j Supper at lp.m.Elks : Christmas Ann Brown Michael Christmas ,. TJ; I
,r, Lodge The request. was opposed by Curtis Timothy Dodd Gonzalez LeAnn ,';. I
Edwards Kenneth Cain and Hazel Flynn. Rickl Harris Pam Hawkins 7n !
Phifer who said the store would createa City Zoning Bd. Rejects Commercial Belinda Dawn Joiner George LevasHer. ,{?
COUNTY COMMISSION traffic hazard at the busy 18-100 Allen Lane McKinney, Martha ...
Jii f i30 a.m. intersection. Edwards owns a convenience Ann Murphy, Randal Noble Andrew \,., '
iI CollrthouMITARKE store formerly Haley's Bernard Patterson Teresa Elizabeth i'.',;
Grocery, across SR-100 from the Hall Classification Madison St. Stationcomprehensive Ricks. Faith Roberta Julie Wise. ., '
COUNCIL property. at the Intersection Eighth grade: Susan D. Alvarez. --
-* Sheila Anderson. Dale R. Buchanan.
-Hall ''1 Board member Art Schulz, an Residents of the Madison St.-West- land use plan earlier to bigger business the form of a full- Charlotte Coley, Diana Crawford ,; _
I ., employee of the State Department of, moreland St. in the west Starke area this year changed the area back to scale body shop Several residents Edward Crews. Marla D. Dariey. v'r:
Transportation questioned Hall won .a controversial /coning battle residential. Sine the Sherman's station added that they had personal vendetta Katherine Dlgg, Carol E. Francis.x
Dsc.1:!'. closely as to whether there was avail Tuesday night, as the Planning and was operating before the land use against the Shermans or the Lori A. Flynn,James Glover.Tammy 'r.' ,
a' able parking space at the site without Zoning Board denied with a 8-+-1 plan came to be, the business was financial growth of their business, Grlffis. ,Terri Lynn Hamilton Kim. .
HOLIDAY BAZAAR I encroaching on highway right-of-way. .vote a request! by gas station owners .grandfathered' Into the residential they merely wanted to Insurethat berly A, Lawson Bradford McRae.
*,K '..m.-1 p.m. Hall maintained there was but Schulz John and Shirley Sherman to have the zone.Wolbert'pointed' their neighborhood would remain 'a. Lori ''A, Muse Daniela A. Rigby. .
f/ Soupand Chili laid it appeared to him that parked ,property reclassified as commercial. out before the nice area to live In: 'Eugenie A. Rising. Deborah Roark. i V.
$rvil All Day Long cars on the SR-too side of the store Secretary Walter Wescott was the board and about 15 area residents that Wolbert pointed out that a variance Craig S. Sapp, Bruce Simmons, Robin ',:1''
Christmas' items Caterer would create a hazard,blocking the abstaining vote, the Sherman had 'no vile purpose' In in the zoning of tile merely D. Stern Khandice Rene Stroud. f.: ,'"
>> First Methodist view of traffic on SR18. Hall agreedto Starke attorney J.J. 'Jess Wolbert, requesting the change they merely allowing the construction property of .ell..., Jeffrey S. Taylor Dennis Wllkerson. 's f
,, Fellowship HaltMCKMN'S take steps to prevent parking. on, representing the Shermans.-, said that wanted to expand the operation to< vice pumps alone, would not be '::. ,.;
.".- that side of the store; an appeal will be mado to the Board of include self-service pumps In order to possible under the city's land use '
..ft : .. ,, A number Adjustments within the next 30 days 'operate in a commercially feasible, ordinance.'"The Shermans are being INSIDE: : .
e- large, of supporters of the competitive= manner.' Wolbert added .. "
and will be scheduled .Jf4'
lJ a hearing
store prohibited Iromcompeting.. Their ".l "
rose, on request of the board the land
use ,ordinance "*
1.llllle and several Including Ernest Trlest The Shermans'were'applying for a expansion of existing nonconformingstructures prohibits station is the only Mobil station In the Local News. . Page1A-4A t*: '

and Julian McRae. said they thought change of the property of their Mobil in zones contrary to their county. The company wants to Editorial Pag. .. .. .... .>SA 'lJjI:tz:>, <
;$0P,LY Of Starke would be an asset(to the.community: station:at the corner of Westmore nature, therefore the request for a Improve their Image not Tract a rag Sports.'A}. -hSA % I I
of land and W, Madison, from RIB zoning change was submitted.Area tag building that would.. from Property Sales . ... .. .11A.' l S' ;
I'r Hi 8._' M4-OO78 Board member Wayne Hersey, single-family residential, to B2. the neighborhood. ; < .
nearby,Theressa, made the motion to community commercial. The south residents Mrs SoclalNews..tb 3ag\; : 1'
represented by
11C.a Ml IOM' rp rove Hall's petition, seconded by side of Madison Street had earlier S.J. Flglock: of 713 ,W. Madison, Ben Hbltzendorf I'srk owner. of WoMt. "" 'lie Nttlce.,. .., .'.,.. 4. ,\\\ft.: .
11114. .,.., Kobert Scott.:The roll call vote,was been zoned commercial, but the Introduction opposed the change because they felt moreland'Trailer echoed tile WanfAds.,4..j.1S41uOr.amOlrl ." 1'
J' ..! ., Hersey: Scott: and ,Dos.:Rardon in and approval of tho city's new that the change could eventually lead, (See Page 4)) .. .. . ....yea C, .,'
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Following the practice of the past Dollar amount of the total pay \ecs under 1140 and five percenttfor.hose ." '
1140. plus longevity
Is unknown but the clerk ( earning over
several Slurke commissioners package '
years. workers
for non-union >
unanimously voted raise (or said the money Is already included In pay i ti r rT
pay taken wlth-
action
20 was ,
Nov
in The
the $:1.100.4)0: / ) city budget adopted
113 nun-union employees.
Home
entire" situation!
discussion. The .
that no /
knowledge
discussion the council late October with the
With
no
must have been talked over In executive :
WilburutcrN' Increases would be forthcoming.
voted Ml lor Councilman pay
of
sessions called In the name
will berequired
\\ motion to give all nun-union Interbudgptary transfer with the two unions AnPexecutive
employees earning under SMI a seven to give the pay raises negotiating held prior to the'
session was '
percent pay hike and those earning( There haw been no general city council meeting. ,
rive percent increase.Waters' increases In over a year. The city Nov. :20 city
over $141) u pay received the five percent.
motion also included longevity was holding the line but a judge The police
b% the council last uvtarded the unionized electrical in*'reuse in the form of art increasing
pay rejected allowance. Electricalw .k 1
Increase clothing r-i
\l'lIr.lIl $1 I per\ \enrof employment for uorkersanelght the percent council pay followed iirkers negotiated a five percent pay
till nonunion emplovees two years ago. .
next three
for the years.
l'u\ raises lor nonunion workers up b>' agreeing to pay all pension payments increase clothing allowance Increaleprovldl'l
Nov 7 for non-union employees and The J
council agreed
culm alter the benefits for both the city and -
Ion negotiated contract Including five the police department Policemen will receivethe
salarincreases with the II\ was explained to non-union he( emploxee
portent free and will not be
tax
\'..hce UfiH'\i fcnl Amuiciutinn il'HAi. employer that a five percent pay allowance tax bracket The
the M.irke Police raise. would net them less than $3 per forced Into a higher t't
representing\ to match\ higher
have
would have to city will not
liiiirtnienl I | hind the International! week because the city and there
ItmihrihiHKl, iif .r.lectriculnrkvrs: !Like out federal withholding and pay Kociul security payments
111/0\\/: representing the coy elecit social I security on It, By paying theentire will be no Increase In workman's.. \
will a higher contribution
avoided compensation nor ''t
benefit he city
'mil workers The two groups pension the city retirement fund .Y
to e
and thermplot'e's
o iiuiiilii-r iilMiut :2:% lake home check went up IN- required
Million I'I'M.
Into the The new three-year utilities contract -
amount the city paid
the
I.; uses tar nun union emplo\eeH lire IA which commissioners were
city
1Itettiv.'ululs'rl[ | | ('il\' ('I.rkIl'rrlll: tension fund
I...1\\.1111.| -.,nllttlnthidiy" morning he This. year the city with attorney very pleased with included five numerous
the percent
Besides
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with the Iwo changes
lki I I' mil' yea itttixed the oigiied con ,lost' \\nlliort negotiating over the next three
the two unions mid\ In for unions held the line at five percent salary Increase
lnul t lion)
four
the to
lli.il sollii-p.iv' lumeMtiinhOhlurlvdn 1 pay increases lor union workers and years. employees working Southside Elementary Gets New Flag
shift received a 15 cents per
Mir -nine lime her cxervone I'nion I hen.anlrucl I was finalized Nov. 7 after midnight the
and those working
l.ilkn held in executive, hour raise
ol
immlhs
'Lille/1111)1111' IIIISCH III ciuh.lie ol "rllitlKo"' tun tonIHI UK' "Cession grave.ard shill 12.8. will receive a 2$ \ Soulhnldc Elementary' honor guard rakes the new' The'entire Soulhslde student body attended the ceremony

Lark' .1-ilu.iiiK: said \\ ('liiesdi\. The| | council I 0110\\ell Nov :20 with cents per hour raise. .\ntrrlcan' Flag prnented to the school memory of the In which the old. tattered flag was lowered by en
In, ''lulu| knit That il.ite the wean jiercent raises for emplo- The contract also stipulated that |late Lawrence If.' Gibson a noted educator and musician tea m of the honor guard and folded properly then the new
time and a half will not be paid forovertime who spent2U: '..rsln the Bradford school system. Hag was presented to honor guard member Erika Cruet
( 'qi.GflruO hours! and the retirement by Mrs.! Gibson and another honor guard ham above.
I plan of five percent will be made noncontributory raised the new nag
!Mrs Maxine Gibson wife of
retroactive for the last The flag was presented by
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six months Wqlbert pointed out that the late educator. Supl. Tom tasty spoke at the presentation
retirement Nov 21.praising the late Mr.Gibson for his service to this Gibson
other city employees' glad present you nag Mrs. told
pUins were made contributory Inprtl. to the school system and to the children of Bradford Erikaq'qt
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Santa And Mrs. Santa's Breakfast t KichardJotkcl.a 20-year( veteran of Temple, who died of a heart attack lion to the county as a principal and as leach Jacket at the came prison.to this In area 1959 he in IB5B moved to '.

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t the Bradford school system who has earlier this month, was director of the acting superintendent.Speculation to BUS as a biology Instructor. He has

b December 9, 1978 8.30: 9:30: A.M. !gone from teacher to superintendent Region It Title I education office Charles is that Francis veteran may been principal at Hampton Elementary
has resigned his current post as Temple's former, assistant superintendent administrator the former junior high school,
principal of Starke Elementary when Temple headed the be offered the SE principalship. of the middle school
was principal
Hot Cakes & SausageOr School to take a position with the Bradford school system Wendell Kil- Francis, who lives right near the high at when it was built In 1968, has been
Gainesville office of the State Depart patrick with Temple school Is currently principal director of curriculum in the county
Francis
Egg McMuffin F mc-nt of Education m the Title I office( but Kilputrlck left Brooker Elementary. was office and served as appointive
I Jockel will continue to reside In recently when he transferred to principal at SE for six years prior to superintendent after former SupL
of BUS
With Regular Drink ) Slarke and will commute to his new another job In the migrant program. serving five years as principal Jim Temple resigned and until present -
office
job in Gainesville beginning Dec. 20. Jockel will work In the Title I office and a tour in the county Supt. Tom Casey was re-elected.'

0 S-J50 Plus Tax Per Person I Jockel resignation is effective Dec.: vacated by Temp'eand Kilpatrick. It Other candidates to Brooker move to Elemen-SE or Jockel Is also a major in the Florida
13 al Slarke Elementary, has not yet been decided whether to replace Francis at National Guard currently attached to
r Jockel will work In the Region II replace both Temple and Kilpatrick. tary include middle school assistant the state headquarters In St. Augus-
who has
Tickets On Sale At Title I program funded under the the Telegraph has teen told. principal Myrna Lou nominated Rahn, for a tine,

Mc DOnd's V S, Elementary and Secondary Superintendent Tom Casey said previously been .
U.S. 301 S. Starke, Fla.jj Education: Act which monitors read- Tuesday he had decided who to
.I inn progress of students placed in recommend for the SE prlncipalship principalship. and Carl Clark assistant -

oils fijfo 3r cF! > remedial reading programs in but anticipated It would be discussedat director of the vo-tech center and FLORIDA
elementary school. the Dec. 7 school board meeting a former principal at SE and assistantat

Former Bradford educator Jim Casey praised Jockel for his contrlbu-- the high school. THEATRE

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\ ,'i To 'Review: Hearing on Vey Casein

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I j ?u.lltne\ Health Baldwin Chevrolet Olds
members meetinng Monday In Gainesville Black said clinic policy called for aheating lined in the clinic policy book and
within 30 days after dismissal
denies of conduct
review being guilty
voted
to the transcript clan it before
noting was 60 days
August 8 Guidance former the grievance hearing was held in unbecoming week after a clinic the Initial employee.A .
Bradford-t/nlon/ Clinic grievance AFTER THANKSGIVING SALE ON
Lake Butler After notice to the district hearing the
four man personnel
employee Dr Joseph) Vey in Lake
111 board. following a grievancehearing
Butler. committee made up of committee
according to policy a meetIng -
chairman Robert Sam
determine Members If of the the seven IS-county hour board will should be held In 20 days to try and Johns.John Dlggs and Richard Welty
hearing amicable and
settlement
reach an
given officially denied Vey's request for
Vey was "lair and lust. save expense. said Black. He said It
reinstatement.
Discussion was set for the district


district through board's 18,'After,,.,Vey board failing the regular appealed clinics for to meeting gain review personnel to the reinstatement 11-member December committee was countered scheduled LaCoe the.:nib but transcript days said LaCoe the the before transcript only delay 10 requested days a was meeting was ago.In receivIng available Black after was- the slated Committee unbecoming In this a termination Committee letter"It I Is feels a the to clinic that Vey unanimous that is at employee'the the no upheld.point committee conduct decisionof In The and the is I] ::? I] I] 'j


A mooting with Vey's attorneys.'Black more than 8 hours of testimony did ,rt
noon meeting Monday of the District -
added the only reason a transcriptwas "
,III personnel committee was Dr. Vey clearly refute any of the I'I
available
for review because
was
attended only by chairman Howard allegations contained in his letter of '
McNeil! of Lake Butler who Vey personally paid for a court May 30, 1978. By his own testimony

explained the other.members of the reporter In the seven hours of hearing In Dr Vey admitted the allegations of and the I] J m :?
fte.man board could not attend. ,August in which reporters and interested only questioned the time frame :
other minor
ing The and full discussed board met a later 44-page In the memorandum even-- forth from parties the were upstairs shuffled courtroom back and detail.occurrence: He further or some admitted that the
prepared by District III occurence: left an impression on those
Vey asked for reinstatement to his
attorney Norm LaCoe. LaCoe said he Involved.
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staff and
position as psychologist outpatient -
admitted frustrated
reviewed the transcript and felt since coordinator forbuck "Dr Vey being
8-\ Clinic had held a hearing it was sick time compensation, leave time and most of the time he was employed at
pay. Clinic. Also he stated that he often
the
not nec lIary. only optional, to hold
vacation time since his dismissal by:
mother found himself defending his actions

argued Vey's Vey hearing.attorney.did not receive Reginald Black. Dr.Portions William of Lennon the hearing June were 10. closed with himself Dr.and Lennon.a scapegoat He also,or at described least he

provide by committee request to allow the felt he had been placed In that position. kDDGS{
In the time the clinic rules testimony of paitent witnesses and ." { { i
Black suggested Vey did not receive a testimony and: cross examination of
the said in
fair hearing In Luke Butler and the Vey At hearing witnesses Vey
their opinion is competent and did not
District III board should hold a fair \ey contended his termination by ,
In conduct
unbecoming a
hearing as soon as possible: engage
Lennon did not follow procedures outSou -
center employee and his effectiveness/ ,
to do the job was not impaired.
th side El Witnesses for Lennon said Vey used 1978
em. Sellers profanity with a teenage client and OLDS CUTLASS SUPREME 2 DR COUPE
poke out of turn at a menu health

Win Choice of Prizes coordinators ville In February meeting, held in Gaines- Only. 14,000 Miles With All The Popular $5 8 95

__. Other Clinic former described members in of letters the Guidance of- Optlons.Priced To Sell..................................
; t resignation bad working conditionsand
attributed the morale problem to
L Lennon. Attempts have the letters 1978
of resignation by Dr. Gary Tomblin OLDS CUTLASS SUPREME 2 DR COUPE
and JuTieann Nelson and two letters
from Dr. Tom Anderson entered into
the grievance hearing were denied. Another Great Buy On A Cutlass Only 13,000

t1 .. Ir Vey admitted using strong languageIn Miles On This Little Car. Solid Silver With Red $
t a counseling session but pointed, 5 9 9 5
out that working with some clients Velour Interior ............................................
demanded that type language. Ve>
and his attorneys said the hearing was

rI statements unfair pointing made several by Drlggers.prejudicial Vey 1977 CHEVROLET CAPRICE ESTATE WAGON
claimed the unfair treatment was
"whitewashed" by Lennon and some One Owner With All Power
of the clinic board members. The Equipment You

After the Lake Butler hearing Vey Want. Clean 9 Pass Wagon That Must Go This $ CQQC
filed a complaint with the district

(board asking for a hearing of t his grie- week........................................................
vances concerning the, unfairness of
his termination

I lIIth..lch' Kl: <>m<>iitiirSHuxil", Ntuilrnti display: the prlH they: picked for 1976 CHEVROLET IMPALA WAGON
Ihrimrh at a rtttull of Ih"II..hI'.I"\footle and notepad sale. 2 Hour ParkingTo
'1'h.'lop IKH4-lliTH SoulhHlil got to pick from ii table of prize with the most
; l rodii,'ti\e salesmen gelling firm pick unit NO on down the line. The top sellers Light Blue Paint With PS/PB & Air Conditioning,
pictured In the top |picture are bottom 1'0IIr( : :Mark ('artn.ho sold $/H4 of be Enforced
KIHNS| unit picked u anile radio11: :\ld'lh"dnho: : Hold 17.%of toot I..,. and You Can Buy This Wagon So Right You WorA 52895

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I 11011. Ronnie ?:\\ormlln"II..Ih, ; ('K Inn. :>, Pebble lIankl'r on. Tiffany Little, and Street from Thompson Street to Court 1975.n
r l'eggy l'eltaway.Second roI.; left to right. Leroy tlrlffls, ('hrlsKlmmons.\my Street will be enforced from 9 a,tn. to CHEVROLET CAMAROThis
I lulling, jHiiil "llmolheir.: S p,m. each day starting Monday
Dec. 4. according to Starke Police
Chief Jimmy Bowen. Is A Rally Sport With Lots Of EyeAppeal .
Beginning Monday morning a city -
patrolman will again walk Call street 2-Tone Gray Gray Paint And Its A One Owner:
putting chalk marks, on tires Chief

Bowen said Wednesday' morning. Be A Sport ..........:........... 3995

"When we start this time 'we're not t.
going to stop enforcing the parking i 1974
limit,"' says the chief. DATSUN PICKUP TRUCK

Bowen said merchants complainedthat
the parking limit was hurting This Little Husler Has Air Conditioning and
business,so about six months ago, the
Police Department ceased enforcing Automatic Transmission. It Runs Good and
.. ; fsr the parking limit. Now merchants Is Just Waiting For You To Take It Home
have demanded that the parking limit $2195
Ys .. be enforced, Bowen l18id."The Priced About On Loan Value.........................
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merchants wanted it started
4 said back and we will enforce it," the chief 'This 'Is Just H Few Of The Good LSuya

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I Watch Out For Those City Vehicles Show' Horses". .
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oIStarke Miss Green was ticketed for failure to warning flashers. City ". ff1cla"debated' ; .l.
First a police cruiser wu banged up yield the right of way by the Florida .
to the tuna of $3,500 damage in a Highway Patrol. The officer's charge whether or not to pay for _
Sunday evening wreck and then the will go through ordinary channels just damages with councilman: Vernon Car 'AccidentTwo :
city's recreation department vehicle u any other ticket, according to a Silcox urging the payment, but 4 4rri
wan crunched In a Monday morning Highway Patrol officer decided to wait until attorney Stare show hones were pinned! In
collision. II'. that time of year but the The recreation vehicle, a 1969 Pierce can determine whether their traitor and Injured In a three car
city won't have a word of thanks for pickup truck, was damaged $200 .Is liable for the accident,,",: wreck: In Starke Wednesday morning
either accident because charges have worth In another Starke accidentMonday i, November 20.
been filed against the cityemployeddrivers morning, about 9:25.: Randy 4\;
in both instances Crews, 19, of 1030 Butler Rd., Starke, to.#'61'.1/1.. ..... The horse were being transportedIn
The Sunday night accident occurred was driving the city truck east on r P a trailer by Marta P. Price of
about 7:50 p.m. and Involved officer Washington St.failed to stop at a stop Correction !Miami who wa traveling north on US.101 .
Donald Leroy Ennis, 639 S. EppersonSt. sign/ at the Intersection: with Walnut through Starke. The collision
., Starke, who walt traveling over Street and drove Into the side of a 71 Last weeks (Nov. M) Bradford occurred at 9S3: a.m. on the highway
the speed limit In blue light pursuit of Ford Pinto driven by 21-year-old Dave County Telegraph erroneously about ISO feet south of West Davis
a speeder north on US301. Stephanie Bradley. Crews was charged with Identified the District' III Mental Street'when Delorea Mary Keith,Rt. I
Gay Green, P.O. Box 453 Starke, failure to yield at a stop sign while Health Board as asking for 'a. report
made a left turn in front of the policecar Bradley was also charged,for driving from the Bradford-Union, Guidance Box I32B. Starke drove out of the
from SR-loo and the cruiser alone with a restricted driver's Clinic. The agency asking for the Ilpd S Beit'Western Motel exit In front of
smacked into her automobile after license. report was the North Central Florida PrIce:The Miami woman swerved to
skidding over 100 feet These events follow another Community Mental Health Center, 'avoid the crash but struck Kelth't car
Miss Green had a concussion and a embarrassing Incident for the city Inc.
Jammed neck resulting from the that came up at the Nov. 21 City on the left tide and was pushed into
accident and was taken to Stands Council meeting. A resident billed the .,...... .. the third car. also being driven north
hospital Gainesville where she was city 167 for repair of a scraoed by Joyce Jordan Holloway. :37, of Rt.J. .
put under observation and released vehicle that.was damaged when the i.: Box I9F. lawte .
Tuesday night November 28. driver brushed by a city' Electric!: '.
Ennis was charged with traveling at Department line truck that war The trailer overturned pinning the

- Deaths}; Robert Schneider Named hones,valued at$4,000 a piece inside' ,
l8tre ..'\' ,. and doing $2,650 damage to thetrailer.
,fc'I 'MrRachel I I I Police report the horses won't
,Dryden Sterling' '. ,: New Cadillac'Uniform GM be able to enter show for three. yean i,
I II Rachel Dryden.Starling7e7'of 1347 because of their Injuries.
I NE 28tb Ave., Gainesville: die* Robert L.Schneider was recently appointed General Manager of the Cadillac
Tuesday Nov, 28, in Shands Teaching Uniform Company In Starke.Schneider also serves as the General Manager of Delores Kelgh. 41, was,treated for
I II Hospital after a long Illness.** De Overall Mfg.Co.,and the KY Mfg Co. injuries at the Bradford County
1 >*/> In this position Schneider will be responsible for all departments and activities Hospital emergency room. while the
1I A native of Echols County, Ga., of the above mentioned Corporations. Schneider will assume the title of
I II Mrs. Starling had lived in Gainesville executive vice-president and will answer directly to Norman ShulevlU. the other two women were injured
I for the seven years. She was a president of the corporation. slightly in the accident. i
II member of North Central Baptist Ms. Keith charged with failureto
was
Schneider joined the company In April of 1974 and has performed In the pant
I II Starling Church.lived For In many Graham.years She movedto Mrs. as ring.plant manager, director manufacturing and vice-president of manufactu yield! right.of,way. i

ATTENTION: II Miami in 1948. .
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Survivors Include two daughters
Mildred Thomas Kinard and Myrtle BC Hospital Audit' Shows Loss I
I Thomas Deaver, both of Gainesville; ,
four sisters: Leila Newson of Starke I

Ray's Electric Of Keystone Heights | West Mae of Levlngs Palmetto of,Lake and Belle City,Pierce Martha of But Recent Upswing Emphasized:.

I Glen St. Mary six grandchildren and .
Now Offers A Surge Suppressor That Has A Track three greatgrandchildren.Burial A 77-78 report for Bradford County' Marcus: Drewa, president of-- to. get more revenue there: BCH is
10-35 % 1 Hospital showed the facility losing Methodist Hospital Co.; the firm that now owed $25,000 in Medicare
Record Of Cutting Kilowatt Hours Used will be Friday Dec.::1. at 2 more money in the just completed took ,over management BCH in payments while last year at this same
pm. In Miami Memorial Park.1 lieu fiscal year but the auditor and first early May of this year, added further time the facility owed $%3,000, to
This Could Mean Hundreds Of Dollars Savings To You I of flowers donations may be made to year management president of BCH explanation for the increase In the Medicare: '
1 the Amedcan Cancer Society. spoke in glowing terms of a recent loss column saying nearly 67.000 of
ELECTRIC For More41 Information Call financial upswing at the hospital at a the past year I losses were attributable Drewa, explained that Medicare
RAY'S I DeWitt C.Jones Funeral Home Is in Monday,November 20, hospital board to reserve bad debts carried reimburses hospitals for. the cost of
- - charge of local arrangements. meeting. 'over from prior years and prior ad- services or for patient charges
Auditor John Whitlow told local ministrations. Drewa echoed a whichever Is lower,and recent charge
--- board members that the hospital's stronger version of Whitlow's increases have meant. greater
expenses outweighed revenues by remarks of a recent upswing, saying Medicare paybacks. Both Drewa and
$124,562 as compared to a loss of 'the hospital had increased its revenue Whitlow said the service: charge
i $67.694 In the '76-77 fiscal term but $25,000 In recent months by and the ''bookkeeping of
mm mm wi maexss added that "there appeared to be a servicing more patients revamping Whitlow and Whitlow;which took over
turnaround towards .the end of the the charging system, and I clearing upa the Job along with Methodist HospitalIn
fiscal year." sticky Medicare payback situation May, have left the 'Iacllitl '
financial books In better repair.
Drewa also gave a monthly

When can save to 5O % Special Deer Hunt Set financial reporting that report the at hospital the. operated meeting.
you up $14.000 in the black in October and
At Area saying "we hope and think we can
Camp Blanding keep operating without a loss in the
coming months." He said that wouldbe
sgas instead ,, The Camp Blanding Wildlife The special Blanding hunts will be highly possible i in .November but
rin Management Area east of Starke will confined to 4 000 acres of woodland t reminded llW' boaWAhbt December lat
bRH; ;9rgwlthlofiR: : :118'tnad south at SR23isfawMehrhas V I or'HB1JDttuUC UMI
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r W. de. 6huhflrstlia pdeabdtil4Pthltiucand ",, ...large-4eer>{>op Uation .,..: situR r t. ?
2Iilt : of electricltysit does as legal game. about one per 15 acres One of the financial reasons imbalance given 'for was thehospltal's

Hunting dates will be Januray 12-14 The past seasons only still-hunters salary increases which ,Drewa
and 19-21, following the Northeast have been allowed in the area duringthe
explained will be going again at
to heat! Region's regular big game hunting first nine days of hunting season. lower levels as the minimum up wage Is
7 season. Only 100 hunters per day will The special hunts are being held in upped by the federal government
be allowed to participate in the hunts this area since It Is scheduled for
which are set up on a special permit future mining by, the DuPont
basis. Company,and the dense population of more City Zoning
deer in the area will have no place to
Interested sportsmen may apply for go. Therefore, the Game Commissionwants ...from page one .
permits during the period, December the herd thinned out.
1-19,at the tax collector's office in the
sympathies of most residents when he
Some Florida bow-hunters and
Duval courthouses.Clay, and Bradford County muzzle-loaders have complained that said they had no objection to only self-
they weren't given doe-day hunts In service pumps but were/ strongly
for
There is no charge the permits,
against total commercial operation in
the Blanding reservatl0nGame Commission
which will be awarded in a random
the .
officials say that primitive area. ,
drawing. All hunters applying until
Board member Merrill McMillan
S'c December 15 will have an equal weapon enthusiasts were not Includedin
out the value of the entire
chance to participate In the special the hunts because the Commission pointed
hunts. wanted the herd thinned in the .block minus the service station'sprice
% 0 1' Hunters are asked to list their quickest, most efficient way possible. tag. was' about $90.000. adding
choice of dates, and final assignments Blanding deer kill figures are down there were"""four desirable homes in
will be made by the Game Commission. slightly this season due, to dry the block. '
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RUDY FOR FUTURE AIRCONOITIONINO nothing but Ayendez was captured
Tuesday night In Raiford after a
I friend tipped off police in Gainesville
t According to Lee. Ayendez forced
his way into a Raiford home, armed
} with a club and called a Gainesville
friend asking for help and revealinghis
-y y + 0 location. The friend,whose name
The Last Word In Comfort has not I been disclosed called the
police and Ayendez was recaptured at
I I II pm.:
i Bryant remains at-large. but a Live
Oak policeman reported spotting a
H man believed to be Bryant driving a
wrecker In the Live Oak area. Lee
CENTRAL WALL FURNACE says the 'search has intensified In,
i northern Florida and 'Tampa,

!' 65,000 BTU's DAILY RENTAL ON Bryan UCI!Asst hometown Superintendent, Paul

Gunning said there was much
freedom of movement among inmatesat
i ir' with movie
the time of the escape a
Heats Up To T-Birds getting out and classes being
r'r'I ; : attended: but investigators did not
I;' :r ,, LTD s x'1'f.' .;. .< .-'", ,..,-,' \ know whether Bryant and 'Ayendei"Jimmied
.: I .. ...-..*MTi>CH... their cell locks. .Gunning
lr Rooms GRANADAS added that Investigators had discovered
a car In Raiford that had been
.w(red and started..but no connection
FAIRMONT' WAGONS ''has' been made at this time3

/ $36995 DOC spokesman A1'leewu: quoted
t 2 Dr w- 4Drs; ,.a paying the escape: of Lew la If p" PLUS INSTALLATION ,, ., .: t' triggered,the escape epldentjc of
.5e recent weeks. "It doesn't take much
W..iltl'nlr -, .; Tor something sensational like to
Rent Or At that
.- Daily set them oIt!' ;

!V Sawyer;! 1ItTTiJJThiTr4nkI I Two Inmates days after hid Lewis in a'laundry escape,truck? \twoKSP

TERWILLEGARMOTORS and escaped through a' service
; : entrance. They were captured within
; one mile of the prison within 12 kfurs.
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r Thanksgiving morning at 3 a m.,
Dennis Pickle 27, serving 30 yean for
1 1i I robbery assault, and escape: ,?and
Ii IiI ; : : : Terry Crutchfield. 23 Jlmmied 206 W. Madison St. Starke,. r Fla.: cell door locks. hacksawed the bars in
gii; ; ** Madisort $f. Stafkc, fler. Plr7701 947200t I a nearby window, and tried to sneak
i II l through the prison yard under a Kjeavy
I fog. A guard spotted the two. inmates
}. and they were returned. ', a

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Mew Hotels Mlann, dy,, For,, Lake ,Butler: And Starke I

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'.... .. . "From every ol the country In the midst of the land boom fever.
part +
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'V"n com reports of an unprecedented In : 1925 That which was' engulfing the entire state
movement of people to Florida IMS- In ,t95.!! the national' publication.

n fall and winter: Already this Is underway "Manufacturers Kecord. publisheda
': to such an extent that many sobering warning to the people of
1. Must Freedom of Religion"tt Florida holds are even now unable to "Actual construction: work on the & Dealer Bank Included In this Florida concerning the conditions
accommodate the crowds probably ';mammoth.: development which: King purchase. .Is water frontage extending they might expect as a result of un
no economic state development In this Properties, Inc. has announced far almost four miles. precedented growth
country has ever attracted such .this section got under way here today
.. "A recent announcement made by
tt Include License to Murder? widespread talk and discussion In ?when a crew of workmen appeared for the development concern stated that "Railroads will, be taxed far beyond

.. .., ,I. every part of the land as that which : the rebuilding of a held Intended two large hotels will be erected In the their capacity: In carrying tout his and
n n n Florida Is commanding.,All of this primarily to accommodate employees near future on the shores of Lake otht.'rslnto r lorlda. and In the spring
ffl mean that winter Florida will have of the project." very Butler if present plans materialize. earning them. out of Florida. The
y i. ", will be black Ithr lorlda-
hundreds of thousands more people to highways A
* H Truth .is stranger than fiction Families of some members lake care of than It ever bad before." "At the same time a crew of "John J, Watson, landscape architect hound aut.... from the cheapest to the
became This quotation, which sounds as if It laborers and town planner was completing costliest: steamship lines are already ,
H and if recent events taking increasingly: concerned began clearing lake frontage details this week
place preliminary
about their might .have been written today Is which It Is understood will booking) Florida passengers for next !
property
welfare
:IR k In Guyana, South' America had and began actually from the September 25. 1925 be placed on the market within the for the rebuilding of Lake Butler He January, Hotel accommodations will \1 t
been the basis* of asking for investigation and of The has declared that the town which now he to take \.
in o a movie or a issue Telegraph-years ago- next few days. King Properties owns wholly Inadequate care to
of
r BJ 'i 11> television program they wouldo assistance.: It WILl during an In the early days of the famous and controls more that 7.000 acres witness has a population one of the 1.200.greatest promises inland to life number of new arrivals. '

H have been shrugged off as attempt to gather information on Florida land boom which flared and most of which was purchased from developments of Florida within the "
II: fantasy. pureo the Guyana colony that biased like a sky rocket, but finally Mr, Townsend president of Farmers near future." "These conditions mean that j i
| fizzled out with the stock market Florida faces its most critical period
'h. If I Congressman Ryan lost his life. crash and the subsequent "Big 'e.i ___.........- r.- .II must prepare in e\ery way possible
The question naturally arising Depression" l h,\' rushing new hotels and apartments I

In everyone's mind is "How could It is not surprising that amid' lo completion. It must safeguard/
New plans were announced every Ih,'.. people from exhorbhunt
It o Jim Jones and his California. the horror stories coming out 01yanavoices week for some big development. Including
charges for rooms and for food It
'. based Peoples Temple have (\ began to be raised a lioo.ooo hotel for Starke must safeguard their health by the

1 _. 7 become so powerful and charging that both the State big money in those days land "one of utmost attention to sanitary conditions -

) M .,. influential, not only with the Department and the Guyana the Florida greatest has ever inland witnessed"developments for Lake of milk. water, and food They

cult's thousands of members, but government had received Butler. Hampton and other small must try to suppress any spirit of

also with so many high-ranking numerous complaints that should towns In the county bid an- houwes.profiteering and stores by hotels some, boarding of which"

.r a political figures have alerted them to the way nouncement of similar large scale may seek to rob nests and
y e members of the Peoples Templewere projects.: customers without regard I to effectson "

e This key question willd being mistreated' by Mr. Regarding the proposed Starke the. future of the uite. i

d ,hopefully' be answered in Jones and his associates, hotel The Telegraph reported' "I'pan the way in which rlorld. '

forthcoming investigations by situation this inter will t
meets the
It that At a meeting held last
e *'I' the FBI 'and other U.S. now appears some Thursday depend much of Its progress during ,
night at the office of Col.D,E. Knight
complaints were received
u
Government agencies probing the coming years. l let the Iranuportatlon -
a committee was appointed to solicit
early as the summer of 1977. he interests, the bunkers and t
the for
complicated maze of subscriptions erection of a '
other real leaders looking lolorldu's
the
modern hotel for Starke, The
circumstances: leading to the
up "" continued unite In
State officials progress
Department say Southern Co.
of Lake
Realty Worth
murders of U.s. Leo this II
Rep. Ryan planning to overcome menace ,
that U.s. Embassy personnel represented by C C. Kruse George A.
and four other Americans and Marcotte. and Robert McWain.Tjothof U no longer a 'iiuostion of inducing "
visited the commune site people go lo .lorlda. The supremegennticn
the mass suicide (or was itmurder Lake Worth are Interested In the
regularly and that now Is to provide means to ,
saw nothing |
proposed hotel and subscribed to thefund.
?) of than 900
more seemed amiss. Various Guyana lake care of them and prevent I heir '
Crisis Call Street
of the on ".
followers apparently officials also visited the site and hving gouged b> people necking tml\
insane or psychopathic Mr. Immediate n-iins. rc-gnrdle. of the
that the "The committee appointed Messrs. .' "
of
s ;;,, 'Jones. report operation G,M. Inman. S,R. Johns, and N. Skirts are up and skirts are down In the ever-changing trend of women's IIII. future welfare
!t. Jonestown appeared orderly. No styles. These three girls however were the first to be bold
enH Sternberg. will make their report at enough to venture Thus: who remember the* "Florida
rot The FBI confirms the fact that one apparently say advance signsof the meeting called for tonight at the downtown In the early l 30s wearing those daring new thing called "shorts." land Isssm. know that this warning was'
0 el even before the tragic events of 'the dangers that confrontedRep. courthouse. They reported con The Their appearance was deemed of enough news value to attract the, attention of largely ignored und many

November 18 it had received Ryan and his party on their siderable success In their work during Telegraph photographer.Since newcomers lo 'Florida did gel
the early part of the week and It gouged" and many were left :
la
mission to Guyana.But .
! that the there Is
r trreports Peoples Temple, believed the amount necessary will be no traffic In sight on 'all Street the haste of the. girls In ,holding the I hag with" profit only on
by Jones had contingency raised without delay." crossing the street was allegedly to escape the watchful eye of Marshal l.onil paper. when the boom finally burst t i iind
. ; plans to kidnap or kill the murders and suicides at i Alv.ru who seemed uncertain whether they were Mating any decency :
iThe ordinances. or not. what of the fine, new hllh'hllli
r T ,government officials if their the Peoples' Temple cannot help Lake Butler project was even Starke und Lake Nullcr Tlie\ ,
I b leader taken into custody but raise questions in the public more elaborate and detailed as ,I>-
was or described u 'u_. .__ remained on piipcr. too. and never got ,
. in The :
Telegraph of Nov. 6. 4'elr'A4cia'' at5lt :ik; ,f
*: the
otherwise threatened. mind about number of 1923 lievond the planning stage
t f v cults and off-beat IJ I, By
strange 7'' ,
County AgentsNotebook
I The bizarre and tragic career "religious" groups that flare into I ''oJ., Patrol Station

f of Jim Jones the son of a poor prominence from time to time in Public Invited : t BobbyTaylor 'f! "

Interracial couple, began in California, as, well as other To Groundbreaking '. To Be Dedicated '

'' Indiana his birth state, where he sections of the country. It hasbeen =;:. phase: fail..'6x11:
:
I .i started his first church as a youth the policy to take a hands- For New, LCI Chapel <<;: :<< .: Cf'II"I..nUn: ..... .. ." To Slain Trooper

I i, of 18 years. With some 100 on attitude concerning: such
n followers he moved to a small groups for fear of conflict with 1 get calls all year long asking when Prune broken or damaged roots. The Florida IlilCh\\say I'II Irlll:Million
Groundbreaking ceremonies for a Is the best time to plant fruit trees and and on IS. :Hit) at SMrke will IK- formally
north California town in the late the freedom of religion provisionof the remove one-third of the top of the
at Correctional
new chapel Lawtey :
ornamental plants. My answer Is that named for Stale Trooper Sherman I I.,
tree at the time of
This
? 1960s, then on to the greener the Bill of Rights.x.u.rf.in Institution will be held Sunday, planting ',
I plants In containers can be provides a balance between the roots Scott in a ceremony net fur :y I p m.
ni.ffleldsi0t, lCWiforpia< '' 1971. His 'f I" .Dec. 3H al 2:30 p,n\\. J I transplanted anytime but bare-root and top and will increase the chances Friday i Dec..!I I. .

-..atitdollenrass: | thousand'.rapidly and arey"ta aaverp1.) j W"'reltgldutf; the'leader rordiJIJ'available'..-.> ,jt.tG'pu ;. u* "....wlmw plants .should..,Dearrftbet, be transplanted i3, to al.rd.trPr. in, la ",",,I! Af.r.xiy.aIIMJ,4, <:nor' m" .irerotc was killed|'Inr' Urn, oI'IltIIt'/ot4HI
tours
'*' Mahatma Ghandi, "True following/r '" Press the soil firmly as the hole Is Jan, ::1. 11II 1. while pursuing un
religion
influence: gained by delivering the ceremony. Transplanting .rooted'pbnta filled with soil and water. Use about 5 escapee along I Inlemlate! Hi Irom
,: the votes of his flock grew even being the greatest thing in life before spring growth enables the gallons of water around each tree Baker into Columbia ('aunty. near
.' faster. and in the world it has been The chapel will be constructed with plant to develop a root system in timeto when the hole is about i full of soil. lake ('It>.. Mrs |'CXK'iinlcn of .
,* exploited the most. He believed inmate labor and will be the final supply soil water and nutrients to Make a S foot basin around the base of Pennsylvania, sister iif the l.iin \
He made contributions to the that the ends never justified phase In the LCI building program. the top of the plant during growth. the tree with the remaining soil. The trooper und her son. I Don Slinsun. w ill

,campaign funds and provided wrongful means, and wanted to Chaplain J,T. Thompklns has been Since are approaching the trans. basin will serve as a water reservoir represent the family til (he t't'remors'
we after rains or watering. Trees
hundreds of campaign workersfor be followed only so far as his nerving the Institution for the past 18 planting r season it Is time to make require several aterings If rainfall may Is Commissioner Agriculture l Dm It-
mnnihK, with services held In
such political figures as followers were sure of his own a room plans to set that fruit tree shrub or Insufficient. Conner will make the d'dICllliln'
ill 'h old Anderson Junior
( High
George Moscone then mayor of rationality and integrity. When School other plant you have wanted aroundthe address ill :2 p m. mxl II pL upa'|
San Francisco, who was slain materialism get the hand home. Fruit trees like pecans. Overfertilization Is u common fault bearing Scott's name w III 'IH mounted I Iin i
:II upper peaches pears plums apple or citrus in the management of young trees. No the station lol>l>\',
.11), Monday in an apparently as apparently was the case with should be considered Many times. fertilizer should be applied at planting
'.::1 i unrelated incident. The mayoral Mr.; Jones, the meaning of true Sheriff's OfficeTo they will add to your home landscapeand Trees may be fertilized In June The Florida Legislature has

i responded by appointing Jones religion is sometimes, forgotten, produce some mighty good with" up to one pound of 101010. authorized the. deduction of Patrol
chairman of the City's Housing and comes to a tragic end as it Follow Aekew'sCurb eating too. stations In honor of trooper' whit" last
their lives In line of duty
'']' Authority. did at Jonestown, and has done :i'A' Most other fruit trees and some ,
pecan tree might' be a good
ornamentals can be transplanted like
times before in mankind'shistory. on SpeedersThe
J Other politicians misled bygj many dollar Investment for you this, Prices should of up to a the pecan. 'all me If you have questions The public Ix hulled lo 1111"1111 I the .
help
per pound year or want more Information along dedication IIl'n'lce
,Jones' outward appearance of Bradford County Sheriff's you decide to plant a tree if you have this line +
respectability, lauded the And still the puzzling question Department will join other law space and like the nuts for eating.
"religious" leader for his work in enforcement agencies across the state baking or for Christmas Rifts.

various liberal causes and, in 900 remains-how people be brainwashed could more to than the drunk In cracking driving down violations on speeding in the coming and Select a pecan variety that will BHS Marching Band Earns "Superior"

turn received the voting support, extent that, they were ready to months according to Bradford come Into bearing early one that Is II

of. the Peoples Temple. Jones give up their families their County Sheriff Dolph Reddish. prolific and produce consistently and Rating for 11th Straight Year j
once was visited by California one that Is resistant to scab. Nuts
and commit
property, even mass Governor Reubin Askew has desig- should be medium
to large in size with
Brown. Jr. and
Governor Jerry ,
suicide without either the U.S. nated Nov; 20 through Jan 5 as Statewide shells that crack easily and kernals Saturday Nov. la. the Bradford un the basis! of such llnn (s I''IK
on another' occasion met with government of Guyanese officials Highway Safety Alert after should be of good flavor and quality. High School Marching: Tornadoes tail rvhing precision. carrlam-
Vice President Walter Mondale. being aware of the* diabolical traffic statistics revealed that the under the can CaxseN discipline. und musical; perlorm.iiu-e f
bfs state's traffic-related deaths have !Some; of the varieties that have done and the assistant direction Michael 'Him marked the eleventh year In ti
In recent months however, the plan'lThe increased 211 over last year's first 10 well in our area are Stuart. Curtis. Wood fin. attended the Histrlcl rim in which the kind hut; revele d l 11
reputation of the Peoples Temple months. Florida ranks highest among Desirable and Klliot.: Nursery trees Marching Content In Gainesville and superior ruling at the Ihsiriilitnlest.
r"was dimmed under a cloud ofal will southeastern states through October should be In good condition and received a superior rating the highest (' ,
b question probably not with 1,830 deaths. Bradford County's vigorous with root systems Trees 4 to possible rating from three qualified {
,
I suspicion and doubt. Former be answered, until some legal fatalities have increased from one In feet tall are probably the best size to judges. 'Ilie (Hand\ work! extremelx hard lit
yes members told of being forced ton means are found for investigating 1977 to seven this year. transplant. They usually, cost! less entertain the puhlical I ollll Pull giime,
,
The band like :Zl other blinds In parades+ und lo rti'rive recognition
from their families and than larger and less from
separate that ones are to
strange sects apparently apt .
Askew addressed letterto the district Itnidlord High shed unions
a personal participated in an Inspec
die
after
give their money and property to have.an extreme and unnatural Sheriff Reddish 'requesting a transplanting. lion and a marching and musical drill luind contests and xchool "llld l Unhand J'J'rOl'

the Temple. There were other hold on ,their, ,members, to ,the, crackdown on violators of the two Trees should be purchased from a on the football field. Bands are judged 'dcsvr"\'t'd uell,earnedconurululalionM
g. stories of harassment ands extent rof"even' ordering their major causes of traffic deaths. speedIng reliable nursery and transplanted as .

physical punishment if orders deaths.. and drunk driving. Reddish says noon as possible after they have been (! t'( -
a were not obeyed. Apparently to he Intends comply with the request dug.Never allow the roots to dry out : LEir Motorists J

|;Jj j escape the mounting charges and Certainly freedom I of religion 100' percent. ;;' and \or\Ind.become Trees' exposed not planted to the soon sun after and (iV'V'G.LIft::: I .Reminded
With the holidays. Christmas
the loss of membership Jones must be preserved but this does ;
.? New Year' coming up soon the digging should be heeled In wet By William. !: t
and some 1,200 of his followers not include: the forced "Freedom"to situation can only get worse." Askew sawdust or soil until transplanting Service Haas"h

It., left the country to establish a drink Kool Aid spiked with a. said In the letter, adding "This Is the v
Ii'* ;"utopia"in the jungles of Guyana., deadly poison. first time we've shown an Increase In When transplanting dig a hole 20 to er .t
::I 10 Inches In diameter and 24 to 36 ..
A{' and '
nine I m asking to join +
years you T.ILLIHASSEL; uue io ine ex
the Governor's Highway Safety inches deep A hole this large will be Among some :i,3 million Veteran tremely dangerous forest fire w
S'' Commission, the Florida Highway necessary to accommodate the root .\dmlnlstration I iVAi pension beneficiaries potential created by, extended dry
Patrol and other law enforcement Hvstem !Mixtures of peat and top-soil who will receive \'.\ annual weather, all troopers are being
joV officers In giving full support to strict may' prove beneficial for better Income questionnaires this year will reminded to look out for motorists
; enforcement.In moisture holding capacity and root be HI:l.ooo elderly veterans and nearly disposing of lighted matches and 'I

a .The ancient Egyptians Invented astronomical dances tone to Askew growth. half a million children of deceased cigarettes from their car said the
t .: rcprtMnt the movements of the hmvenly bodies addition the request. ''wartime veterans who have never Florida Highway Patrol today.
said In a press conference release that I'se care when setting and placing before been asked to fill out the forms, Colonel Kldridge Beach. Patrol j
the 12 highest counties will receive I the, roots and filling the hole with soil: The questionnaires must be director. Issued a special reminder to '
IKto ,, p ia4 .RAOFORD more than tsoo,ooo from the Covernor's I,Place the roots as near as possible to completed and returned to VA to all troopers to be on the lookout for
tc cot Highway Safety Commission to I,the way they grew in the nursery. Do prevent loss of pension! In 1171J.! violators of Chapter 590.to. ::aws of
o 1' deck 879 NPJ: I pay overtime to deputies, highway I,not plant the tree too deep. The tree Florida. The law makes It unlawful
I
if m { 4 officials.patrolman Bradford and other rates law In enforcement the bottom ,should be planted the same depth It \'.\ pension officials said pending for any person to throw or drop from I

W lit susses egra third In, highway ,fatalities, but was. in the. t nursery. legislation: makes It information for an automobile or vehicle, or otherwise
lighted'Jr tch.
0 Q another nearbycounty.. St. Johns. them to gather Income on a cigarette
ov rates in the top 12 and will receive the children receiving pension benefits cigar ashes or other flaming or
1t1Ogt BOB a. FERGUSON. JOHN:' M. MILLER overtime aid. Dade County has had '!' 7t and pensioners age 72 and older who" glowing substances or any substance
ifVI the most traffic deaths this year with have previously been exempt from or thing which may or does cause a
:\ Publishers completing the income questionnaires forest. grass. or"woods Fire
nif ''U2. Commission statistics after being on the VA rolls for two The Highway Patrol also) warns
Traffic Safety
r 1 successive that can with a catalytic converter In
Published each Thursday and entered as second Class Matter. show that 83 percent of the traffic R years. their exhaust system which usually
deaths In rural Reddish
ie occur areas. The annual Income
at the Post Office st Starke Fla.; under Act of March 3. 1878. attributes this to the narrow roads sent this questionnaires to operates at a high temperature should r,
bfu _. being- year previously not be parked on the shoulder where
1 and carelessness due to less traffic.Of beneficiaries and to
exempt eligible
I Is
The lint the grass high as some fires are
nl Subscription rate In trade are '7 Per Year *4 Six Months the 211 Increase over last year, 180 prepared In potato 1853 chips at Moon were children will enable us to be certain started in that manner.
/ 'occurred In rural areas. that these individuals receive the
'I' Outside trade area; '8 Per Year: M.. Six Months.! Other statistics show that 5t percent ;,8prlngt.Lake House N.Y Hotel. In Saratoga' maximum possible pension In 1979. cigarettes"If motorists. matches would cigars extinguish and pipes all
They wereWage
of drivers In the state the 55
Ignore
w.t when diner asked The Income questionnaire was mailed In the vehicle ash tray and leave them
Phone 0fl4-fl30S; ,'Stark*. Florida mile per hour speed limit and 95 for, "thinner a than normal with VA's November 1 pension checks there, grass and forest fires could be
percent of those persons.killed were French fried potatoes... and must be returned to the agency by greatly reduced.:' the ,director cone.biToRiAls. -
not wearing seat belts.; January 1. 1979. ciuded
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1iith 17-7 Elks Bowl Win Over Lake Brantley 4


... --*- -..... __" *.-..... iur._ .. tw ...R.a ._
.It.h trophies back horn with uc," remaining in the contest and Cruce's Mirk from the corner arid blocked
boasted.STornado linebacker Isaiah extra point made It 177. and Moore picked
JenkliwSand that's just what BUS did Lake Brantley. District 9-AAAA bouncing ball and ran It to Bradford1*
as the.Tornado griddcrs closed out an ,..ar runner-ups behind Gainesville had :?7 toifliTlJle! win Bradford chewed
8-3 season with a 17.7 Elks Bowl win one more chance to score in the up last I'M 01 the game on
overCIa 4A Lake Brantley In St. They marched 70 yard the IIn eight play ground drive that ended
Augustine Saturday November 25. ensuing kickoff to the Bradford 2 as at the L B 33, .
'' fullback Doug Reddish slipped Junior quarterback Tony Constantine We showed 'em what :.1A football'sall '
fronu behind the shadow of Marvin entered the game!' and winged a 33 about." Norman said as the
Tyson to claim the Offensive; Player of yard pass to wingback Tim Burke. Tornadoes began their celebration on, f,
thYvGamo/ ': trophy with a 69 yard t. kits linebacker! Timmy Jones was the sideline '
rushing two touchdown per ,flagged for Interference on the next "F'' t I
formance. Defensive end Alton| !Moore 'Il. '" play, and LB got :22 yards on three .aa LSelrao.w. ), ;
led the Tornado sack pock with three .. ._......' t. It
'" ... From: O-MI 55141ea.N.lyas
quarterback sacks among seven the!' two the Patriots were 41 Ill "
,tackles and recovered a blocked kick ..' l' penalized five yards for illegal ..... ..._... .. sail 11.54
to win the Defensive ''procedure and were backed I..aN.LN1.1 1.t
Player of the up .
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Came award, and the team acceptedthe 1Y' further when, Constantine was horse- PmllMfrV' .a..1'M 141 5.5a
collared for an eight yard loss
gaudy championship trophy that by
goes to the M inner of the postseason _. "v" Mark Mosley. Constantine then threw .,..s.... .. It t r lLMttr.
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charity game.Iteddish; I \ Incomplete and was sacked again by I .
and !Moore were swarmed .. ... J ''tl .. \ Moore this time for a one yard loss. a1Mla5."......." ,
upon by happy teammates In the mid .,.r'. ,'/' '''''' '.''r' LB elected to try to pull within a TD tl .. a le..'.I(Km It yw. /*M Mat ....*
fluid prntlltlon' elebratlon for BUS I r 0 &. ".... with 3':37 to go as Jo'ltecameon to try a Lywik.. 5.51It.kick ,..
that ended with Head Coach David I ,. ,";,'" 'j' ., 'r. :n: yard field goal on fourth and goal Sill ,D..III.>.". .4 yard run.MartwC1Nasets .fINS
llurse riding off the field on his < J ,, rt from the 16. The kick was well within Croc l> vat MM Mil 155. d
players' shoulders ." \ :" :, : ;, the senior kicker's range but Rogers .HI 11 MIM I ,.r< ran. Civil ktcti,.". I

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!game tills" on23 carries) to close histeart
<, took home all of the trophies from the KIM Bowl after to the winning BUS club from the sponsoring
with! !.735: yards but he was their 17.7In over Luke Brantlry.Above Elks Bowl
alone man !show. Reddishcutried the whole team'surrounds (Head Coach D"JdTornado
17 times and ripped through
the big Patriot front for solid )' ,"
till night long as he and Tyson shard
ample holes supplied by the red fI
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Scott Marcus: Cruce. .lav iriffis.. Q..ytw.YN M7rqr .e C--.. ie4u d $Di..ra..: a-.
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( WoofiM. Bradford's Isaiah Jenkins buries Lake Brsntley running back Edward t'psoo'
who fumbled the ball away to Tornado cornrrback Richard Milner. This kind of I,
Quarterback Jeffery Norman and
sloth ack :Marty Chaxtain' .Connected crunching defense keyed the 17-7 win over the 4 A club. "

Ihrtv times for 41 yards with one 20
curd: pitch und catch play leading to DWIGHT SLATER'S
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game.ilt ,.7. I.uterorman) ; optioned
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l'nlrantpopka. and hadrolled fullback Doug Reddish bl..ttlnto the endzonc Bradford' Elks Bowl victory, their eighth In II games 1' '
up nearly -4M( yards passing on from the one yard line for the score that clinched this season. 3 Qt. 16 O L $12' Tex
ut leant two occasions with its run and 8 Ph' a pep.
'shoot offensive. veer exchange und Patriot tackle for a nine yard loss and the ensuing between Tyson and Reddish. After Plus Tax
The Patriots! had the tosser. in rifle- 'hip Dorsey recovered at the Tornado punt from the LB endzone gave BUS Norman had been halted at the one- ALL BRANDS BEER
armed tJH Baird Lyons, the closest 33.: : This time LB wasn't to be denied the ball at the Central Florida team's half yard line on a third down sneak Borden'.
thing to u major college> passer BUS as a U: yard pass! from Lyons to Scott 27. Tyson ripped off a 13 yard run off play Reddish vaulted Into the endzoneon Cuss.
him seen (his f eatlon. and the catchers Jackson moved the ball to the 18 and tackle and Reddish netted eight fourth and goal behind the blocks of MILl ..t" |too
in collegv prospect Richard :Salem; Lyons and the lanky:Salem; accountedfor stripes on two runs to offset a five Cruce. Scott. Griffis and Mitchell. GaL, Over Cost
and a host of others, but what they the last 18 yards on a perfectly yard illegal procedure penalty The TD came with 10 minutes I
didn't t have \\/IK.tUme, to run their executed crossing puss Strong-legged against Bradford and move the ball to
Intricate"; pausing. offense .' kicker Hob Kite booted the conversion ....,the ,. nine, ..Norman! and ;;Chastainb
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: :Mark :MoNley.I I Fred Woods'. the Patriots owned a 7-0 advantage. Crocus booted a 27 yard field goal Santa fe Community College
rank Swindell. 1'immIones.. Keven through the crossbars with 43 seconds rf rfBr8dford
lU'ddUh. and. :Marcus Cruce came BUS Ties Game to go In the half to give the Tornadoes,
down on Lyons und his backup Tony After Defense I loldnLake a 10-7 lead.
(roniUkntine like red ram. sacking the Brantley had a chance to boost The second half pattern was the
duo total of nine times for 67 yards the lead with a scoring opportunity on same as the first with superbdefens'lve Winter Registration
tt orth of losses The sacks gave LB a Its next possession but saw it slip play setting the stage for a
lift of minus eight yards on the ground away in the face of the Bradford blitz Bradford score.
tor the game. Lyons scrambled out of the pocket Midway through the third period LB
"".'....... again pierced Into BHS territory as t.
\Ing a learn Hireling backlhrt'et" und zinged! l a :35 yard puss to Honakerto
shouted Moore after his set LB up at EMS' 32 with II -46 to go Lyons called an audible at the line of County High School
>matex had dumped Lyons two times in the half and fullback Dean scrimmage sent Salem deep across
and forced a wobbly harmless pass to Shackelford crunched out nine yardsto the field and hit his rangy target in Starke, Florida !
protect u l l7< lead late in the third the 24 but the Patriots couldn't takeit stride for a 32 yard gain that broughtthe 1
period. in. Lyons was held to a two yard ball to the Tornado 35 Lyons then
Linebackers Isaiah Jenkins andManny option gain by a blitzing Jenkins and faded back to pass two more times but Starke OfficeREGISTRATION
| Ilildebran mixed hard- uingbackPhil Barr lost nine yards as Alton Moore zeroed in the senior QB
charging blitzes\; \ help make things' even tougher for 'third down nass! nttpmnt was yards in losses to move the line of Thursday, December 7 REGISTRATION -8ooa.m.-1:30p.m.: : .
Lyons amfX'onstantine (nine for :23 for incomplete? with F'ite's,35 yard field scrimmage back near midfield. Lyonshit -. '
1 wards for the game between them) goul try was Just short. Salem for an i 11 I yard gain on a curl- REGISTRATION 6:00: p.m.-8:00: p.m. I f

and defensive backs Dwayn After Bradford's defense tightenedup in route but his fourth and 12 pass, Monday, January 8 REGISTRATION -> 8:00: a.m.-l ::30 p.m.: I
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Cummingx. Richard Milner Donald was tackle Fred
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jiclped' the sack pack on more thaI! score with an 80 yard up, eight play Salem wu- crashed to the turf. f. REGISTRATION: p.m.-8:00: p.m. .
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receivers tifchtly' that the LB signa Chastain
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Lake Brantley proved It could throw yard late hit penalty against the effort with a 64 yard drive that was f.
the bull early in the game and used its Patriots helped start the march that highlighted by 'an 18 yard keeper by- Tuesday, April 10 Last meeting for Tuesday night classes'
man in motion multi) receiver aerial was climaxed when Reddish poweredinto Norman and 38 yard? rushing Wednesday, April 11 Last meeting for Wednesday night classes '
attack to get on the Scoreboard first. the endzone from four yards
The Patriots struck into BHS away with six minutes to go in the Thursday April 12 Last meeting for Thursday,night classes ,
territory on their first possession half Marcus Cruce toed the first of his Monday, April 16 Last meeting for Monday night classes ;
when Lyons gunned a 16 yard pass to five points! for: the night to even the
wldeoul Dewayne Honaker at count at seven STARKE CLASS SCHEDULE !
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a close game the team that ment with the six point difference scorer: for BUS with 12 pain grid Ben they're about a* good aa they're going
makes their free throw to going to coming at the free throw line. The Ross who chipped in eight; ona.
win the ball game" BUS Head Raider were good on 12 of 18 free Both Miller and the ft-2 Rasa: snared "We're going to get better. I played
Basketball Coach Warney Adkimon throw trie while Bradford hit just six eight rebounds to lead the squad in all our kids but one In the game and I
told bill players at a practice session of 17 a measly percent. that departmentThe .. forgot the one or I would have played
this week. "You might not know It but we them all Our season really start
The reason: because Adklnson had missed the front end of one and one's third quarter prove to be Friday against Eastold and I wantedto
watched his club drop its openingpmeWednnday.Novembef'22. six times," Adklnson told the team Bradford's downfall as OP outacored see allot them in the heat of the
to an not angrily "we had them in foultrouble BIIS 134 to push Into a six point lead battle."
Orange Park club that cashed In on IU but couldn't take advantage of and with the help of five botched lay-
charity tosses while watching Bradford II." ups by Bradford the Raiders held themargin
repeatedly miss Its freebies Adklnson' Tornadoes took a 22-21 of victory through last The Raiders reached the finals of o ,
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OP won 44-38 over the Tornadoes In lead Into the locker room on the basis period. '"..x the seven team tournament by Jil'A'tdr
a first round game In the Clay County of the Inside play of junior center beating St. Augustine 47-39 but were
High School Thanksgiving Tourna Kevin Miller who finished a* high Junior guards Frazier Bass'eight clipped 45-08 by the host Clay Blue
points on four for eight shooting and Devils In the championship gam*.
Fred liollis. six points came off the Clay's road to the finals Included a 79-
bench to outside 33 win over Jacksonville Victory & 't; _
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Warming: : Bradford High School' wrest t players have filled his roster recently
c : Tornadoes open their season under; squad Isn't as deep or as
I the direction of Coach Ronnie Nana because as he thought it might be
at home Tuesday, December'' of abaen a. Troy Ely a key
I against Ocala Vanguard. wrestler from last year's 113-fl
I The'junior vanity meet starts at T Regional third placer, will reportedly
Th' p.m. at the BHS gym with varsity miss most if not all of the season
( I action set to start at 8. because of illness.Ely finished second
4 t ,,}, Y { 1 Harris Is working with rOll hlyl."l in District and fourth at Regional last
1t ;'' -' {, I L grapplers this year aa vanity football N year, Ely would have been one of four :

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Florida's major colleges have,or will soon Up off their basketball seasons. IAN. M NW IMVIMA SIACH MOM!. 1"L' w J.
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Miami
basketball
dropped after Rick Barry took his game to the pros but Ill FII'H AA "i'J" "
TOUHNAMCNT '
Jacksonville V., South Florida, and Stetson join the Gators and SemlnoJea to TWI. JAN... 13 CLAY '- .? '
make up the state's "big five" In roundball.No JAIL.. M IP GULP CoMp..NllltIVS. ,. t NOM. '..1 lSt, SifNIW c BUS wrestler Alan; MonlK mvrv and .\nlhunv Bright; tie each other Into
longer Is FSU the one acknowledged power In the state.The Seminoles lost' POUT KICKV -" '"('''> .' knots In a preseason workout. The 1'ornacl" grapplers open Ihl'le: season Ii I
., Hugh Durham, the coach who put FSU and our state on the basketball map to MON.'JAN'' I* INVITATIONAL LAK. W.'. TOUNAMINT < I Tuesday,\ December 3. tI' home hguinHl Ocala Vanguard
Georgia and for the first time In aren't rated the *... e AWAY f.W'
memory among country's top OISTBICT III TOUIINAMINT'' j ,j/,
and
/ i hardwood teams. But more than that, it's the up-and-coming programs at the OHICN cove S It._. '1',: wr returning wrestlers who advanced to championships winning two
,. "other four"that's giving the state a look of equality in basketball. t 1 .11.ION.. I TOUKNAMBNT. W' "IUt.'(; I r" ..the state meet last year. matches! at the highly competitive
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Just down the road John Loti has coached back to back winners at the home rALATKA MI&I I / .>(h!, Alan Montgomery comes buck after state championships In the 139 poundclassiliwtion
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of the Gaton and this UF team looks like one in the Lola mold-not big (with the ",. MTBM TOUeNA/NT.s'C', '!, "',....,.,..LA claiming District and /Regional
returnees
tallest 8-9)) but ; .1' championships yearat 114 pounds Other who saw.yarslty" or
player and willing to play D Ciliate wind- dF,4Men's
defense I and going unbeaten until state JV action hist ear and are counted on
knee-scraping: for the uninitiated .
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Maybe more) importantly,
APClng. some genuine talents. The Gator guide boasts that freshman competition. Anthony Bright returnsoff this year are Uonold Mathews Allen
press
League Champ KT at the Svott1(who successful summer
performances was
recruits Maurice McDaniel Texas, Mike. Milllgan New York; John Corse, New ; runnerup
District and Regional meets last year. AAl'' wrestling an. earned a- trip to
,., ,
York Mile Aldridge NY and Nino lured
; Lyons, Rockledge were from
away
Henry Pete is back after, taking Junior( nationals! along with Bright)
Wake national Forest.powers like North Carolina, Arkansas, Alabama Notre Dame. and Battles Flag All Stars. :ity: : second; at the1 District and Regional' 1 .lohnn> Bell and t Tammy r Green.

Milligan was especially heavily recruited. He's a 6-5 POINT GUARD that IIi
watched stuff two basketballs in a single bound a couple of weeks back. He and Starke's Men's Flag r 60 1 ball a.'. tr "' ..
his fellow rookies join seniors Malcom Cesare. tt-8 and Rlc Clarion, and super League will close its season' with a m' .:.'rw
lops Reggie Hannah (loading score and as a bosh rebounder for last season's special po t-seMlOn game between I

) and Jerry Bellamy to make Florida a young but rising team. league champ-District runnerup .. For Your .
Even so the Gators have been picked to finish seventh in a preseason poll of Kitchen's Tile and an All Star outfit ..I,' 1
Southeast' Conference coaches and were certainly hurt by the loss of 8-8 from the rest.of the, league teams :.i; 1
sophomore Bob Van Noy, another New Yorker who would have given the Sunday. Dec. 3, at 2 p.m. at Bradford
spindly Gator front line a needed boost. High School. to'j ;
Best beta on the Gator hoop schedule for area fans are the December 9 Kitchen's Tile finished the season 9-
matchup with FSU at the Jax Coliseum; ,the Gator. Bowl Tournament in 0 In league play and 16-1 overall but
Jacksonville December 20-27 with JU. Massachusetts, and Pittsburgh; and If should have Its hands full with the
yoU can figure out how to get a seat In the sardine can gym know aa Alligator squad made up of top players from '.
Alley tonight' (Thursday November 30) opener agaln Ohio U. which will be Mace Music Shop, Hampton, and the "' < .II
preceded by game between North C.rollna.Wilmlngton.and Sharks. A vote of managers and 1 I(
later home da es against Kentucky Januaryand 3, Alabama, January 22, and' referees happened to pick six players :
conference: favorite L5U February 10. from each of the three other.teams to p.t./ 1 ;
The Galore will be on the SEC's TV network (Including Gainesville's Channel battle KT Sunday "'

f, 201 January 3 at home against Kentucky, January 15 in a road game against Representing second place Mac's \ laJ'W'D' .
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and February 17 against Mississippi,again on the road. will be Wayne Berry Chris Chandler, .J
Our neighbor to the north. JU, comes off a year when It was touted to be Glen "Beaver" DeSue, Anthony .... ,
world-beaters and ended up being beat half the time in a 14-14 season but Dommon. Fred Hollis and Phillip i i ii
Dolphin mania Is alive and may be more fervent than a year ago. Sawyer. The third place Hamptonclub .
Supertalented crybaby Ron Anthony skipped his senior season to first fail In a placed Buddy Peterson, Jim i
tryout with the Chicago Bulls and then land a spot in the Eastern Basketball Lewis (who 'will manage the 'All 'IIYIUUJI] A\\
Association (pro basketball's minor league) and that's a plus in itself but the Stars), William Muse J.J. Wheeler,
Dolphins also have a new coach In Tales Locke who admitted he twisted some Randy Corbin and Jackson Prevatt ,
rules while recruiting the preps that turned Clemson into a power but who is on the all star squad with the Sharks
fast turning around Jacksonville's program, hopefully with more law-abiding being represented by Joe Gordon. The ',." ;
Of
techniques. Greg Halle Kenneth Cruger,Anthony .
However lie them Locke gave JU its best batch of freshman since the Hendrieth. Dwight Barber and' .
Arils Gilmore days and newcomers like 8-5 Mile llackett, South Carolina, join Darryl Haile. .
holdovers James Ray, 6-9 and preseason player of the year in the Sun Belt yak-1. ;
Conference, and 6-6 Dwayne Smith, to make the Dolphins one of the early line 'I" Trai1Retaurarit
favorites to win the Sun Belt and its spot In the NCAA tourney. Locke's club Starke Youth B ball
'" opened the season with one bucket loss to a classy Wake Forest team.It .
will certainly be easier to find a seat in Jacksonville's spacious Coliseum \", '
(though JU also plays at Swisher Gym at times I think) with the most Set to Start u.s. 301 N Lawtey ha.J I
attractive dates other than the Gator Bowl tourney being a December 2 test
against: Memphis $tate, a January 3 Shootout with FSU, a January 13 matchup Dec 11 t U the'r CJ :: :il'.J A, I.Il"

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By the way don't get me wrong when I say Florida State is in for a downfall Basketball League scheduled get '' .>\ ..,. .. it.
The Seminoles, who will now play under former JU-Furman boss Joe Williams underway this week. *'.
,. after Durham's 23.& finale, are still mighty tough.. They're a sentimental Interested players aged 6-14 can .'1" t'
favorite as the only team In the state with an all Florida starting lineup and sign up at the Old Armory from 830.
though 6-8 Murray Brown, Tampa, is the tallest starter and 6-3 Ed Chatman, a.m. to 5-30 p.m. or at Pratt Street 4tiFRESH v ..SEAFOOD
Leesburg a forward, they have maybe the quickest team In the country with Field from 3.5 .p.m. Friday. Regis '
junior guard Mickey Dlllard.Ft. Lauderdale,leading the way. tration Is free. 0.
Stetson, 14.13 last year, played Nevada Las Vegas to an 83-84 near standoff League age groups will be 6-9, 10-12 Lobster
last week and has 6-11 Corky Conine. 6-4 North Carolina State transfer Dirk. and 13-16 with the 6-2 groups Including { ,
Ewing and forward Greg Guye tooffsei the loss of Mel"Dr. Dunk"Daniels. boys and girls and the older division '
South Florida 13-14. In 77, has nine freshman and sophomores with a good Including boys only. < Shrimp; ,;, -**t
many of them recent Florida prep Ail-Americans and Is looking for good times Games will be played upstairs at tTa, ti'Scallops
soon to come. the Old Armory at 3'30 and 4-13 p.m, .fr -
with 6-9 games Monday and Wednesday Oyster, \ v;;:7/

Reader Rates Milton 10-12 games Tuesday and Thursday ,
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the Class of AAA and 13-16 games Monday or "'V-4J*' ''*;

Fellow benchwarmer Bob Milner got to see Milton's Panthers beat his alma Wednesday and Friday. The 6-12 age! "
mater Tallahassee Leon 29-13 In the first round of the stale playoffs last Friday .groups will play with a modified eight : Steaks 'iq ,' '
and calls fourth-ranked Milton the"team to beat" in AAA. foot basket and a Junior size ball while 4 r
Bob was in Tallahassee to watch his my Gators and I'm the 13-16 years olds will use regulation + Home Made f Eiaghelti
happy to say he's a good winner. He actually apologize for the whipping the goals and ball. '"
.. Gators incurred.: Clinics are being offered to tip-off ,0 "'" iji
Bob's bet on Milton looks like a pretty solid one if the Panthers, 9-2 with two' the season with league action break- .. '.
losses to 4A teams can saueeze cast second rated Taylor. County, 10-1 on the ing for Christmas and starting'backup : .. All At Reasonable Prices. / .
\ after the holidays. I"
road. The Perry-Taylor Bulldogs outdefensed Jacksonville Bolles 10.3 In their ?
first "second season"'game. :
I saw St. Augustine 10-1. kick off eighth,ranked Gainesville Eastside 14-7 Register For 70 PC. Set Of Stainless Dinnerware
Friday night and though they're not ranked I wouldn't count the Yellow Jacketsout "- ... ", .' ;: .' :. 't,
of the state title picture either. BHS fans got to see SA's hard-busting ::: .:: ". Before .
defense but didn't see 195 pound tailback Jimmy Braid because of an injury. tlIn ( To' Be Drawn : Christmas t ..>./
He's a truck of a runner. The 'Jackets have their most severe test of the seasonin 1
their second round road game against top rated 10-1 Melbourne-Palm Bay 1870 the U.S. population' ALSO SEVERAL DOOR PRIZES .. 11 1
Other AAA quarterfinal play has Arcadia DeSota 9-3. at defending champ was 38558371. Today it is .' '
I, Barlow 9-2, and Key West,9-2.hosting Delray Atlantic 83. over 215 million! .
The AAAA second round : Pensacola Pine Forest, 10-1, at .ti,4; ;:'t '''It. ,
Jacksonville Wolfson.7-4: Tampa Plant. 10-1, hosting seventh ranked Orlando ,- f
Edgewater, 10-1: Deerfield Beach, 10-1 playing host lop-rated Merrill Island. .
0,. li-0anda21.14winneroverGalnesvilieHigh last week: and third ranked and .. ., .
xs unbeaten Miami Springs at home against 9-2 Miami Lakes. .

Ii'f: The pasting Still Warriors.alive Jasper in AA 9-2.39-19 title go last to playing 8-3 week.Crescent Elsewhere Nassau City for In a:20-0 AA their loser top second ranked to BUS round and early undefeated game this year.after,,-!. ..: ,6/ trVf? parr 5. : I3W aa! 1o? 13 t($ 0 anJaa]

/ Dunnellon visits 8-3 Clermont. ', s,.' I 4))' .t:
Famu of Tallahassee, 9-2, plays Jacksonville University Chrjstaln;'9-1.: in the :1f/ ,.. LAKE BUTLER APPAREL .
second round game of what could be the Baby Rattlers third consecutive: Class; "..... :

A state title march. t ."' ...' \. f.; I 1 Blk. W. Of Hwy 100 Lake B.utler', : .,tJ.:...,. I ;

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If asked to speculate on the all the speculation that surrounds the Universityof ,::. ,?n ?.
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Florida athletic fraternity I would say Doug Dickey is gone and Lou Bolts c rLADIE r ,
will soon be arriving via North Carolina State-NY Jets-Arkansas to take not k J iiYI < .', JR'JJEANS
only Dickey's job but part or all of Ray Graves responsibilities as Athletic LONG SLEEVE I111VV'
1 Director.UP President Robert Marston sealed Dickey s doom when he drafted LL1 W
'. a search team to find a new football coach and Holtz undoubtedly has the Inside -"' ', i. Denims & Cords
i track.....Florida. AM and Bradford's Sheldon Badge have to beat undefeated "S U ,'1
Grambllng In Miami Saturday to finish 10-1 and earn a spot in the first Division ? PANTS.ID' :r'' MALE"JEANSKhakis. 'r4 I Satin. Trims
J I-AA playoffs. With/ the win the Rattlers would surely gel the bid and meet 10-1 ?; ;
Poltete"'r .
Jackson State in first round play. The other semifinal has top ranked Nevada 100%, ,, Various Pocket Models
.1'1 Reno 11-0 against 8-3 Massachusetts.....Tornado football boss David Nurse said c. .. Asst, Styjes &'Colors I .. Denims & Cords Straight
-nominate Marvin for the Florida Athletic Leg
. j he's going Tyson Coaches .. .
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\'ter Decorative: Pockets .
Association's Athlete of the Year award. Marvin rushed for'1,734 yards this) M1 : .
Beason but Hurse said the clincher was that he's the best classroom player/ on $ ." $775 $950
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the team.....On the subject of awards Hurse says don't count on having Tyson J13 t'1" ,.ISIza.,2938. $950. .$1.400
,.' Marcus Crace or any other Tornado win All State honors because those teamsare r.,: ; ; h"fi"" .' ,
all but reserved for playoff enlrants..WPXE News Director Andy Deems v ;

.. will be in the Judge's chair for an exhibition pro tennis event in Jacksonville this .,... ., .
weekend. He 11 call matches at the Sawgrass Racquet Club south of Jacksonville '
, Beach with world-class players like Arthur ".he. Bob Lutz. and Dick :".- .
j ; Stockton competlng..P.rtlng Note. If the varsity girl athletes are .the Lady TOGA LONG SPECIAL
:j i Tornadoes then are the JV girls the Baby Lady Tornadoes? ., :.

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hold ; that had been, with an effective passing attAck. Matrox* noted Jay uruiis was
to team
Bradford'football coaching staff Is "Our overall backfield execution outweighed 90 pounds every time he
bonking in the light of the season averaging three to four touchdowns total a was very good and our passing game lined tipOaut he did a great Job and
ending 17.7 Elks Bowl victory over game and about 300 yards" was good enough on several occasions MarcuHjjCructt: had another real good
Lake Brantley these days, saying the offense a game to one score had Sexton to pull us out of bad situations,"Hune gam*.-.l 1 our kids did well. Tight end
take
'77.78 Tornadoes put together a said. "We felt like we to agreed, "Marty Chastaln had another Mark fritchell.. Allen Scott, Fred ,

complete football game in their final away running their game fullback and that's to just stop what their we good, steady blocking game and WooctsJ Konald. Mathews, they all 1'' 1 _. _
played well.'
outing."Overall did. Overall, though, the key to our caught/( a couple of big passes from
that was the kind at team Norman." "I tell you our players were ready
Jeffery
effort that we wanted to be playing all defense against them was our pass "It was evident to us at the for the game," Hurse summed up. _
year," said Bob Hancock of the rush. Our ends Alton Moore beginning of the game that their "The teams had spent Thursday and
Defensive Player of the Game) and
season finale, "everybody came ( defense was geared to stop Marvin Friday together and had been sizing
together and played good ball on the Mark Mosley did a tremendous job on Tyson so consequently we gave the each other up. They were a good bit cos
same night. It was great." pass rush) they were In there banging Fred[ ball to Doug!: Reddish and became bigger than us and I believe their kids ./
tackles
". was never as proud or as happy on every play Our Swindell also through with one of the best efforts of were a little\ bit cocky .
and Frank were
Woods
Ibr as I was of this bunch,they
a group his career and won the Offensive
went out there and gave 100 percentthe In there all night long and Kevin Player of the Game award. Marvin "We told them at halftime that we
," added Iteddlsh and Marcus Cruce both did a had embarrassed Lake Brantley by ,.
whole ballgame
also had a fine game <108 yards) and 4 r
Offensive Coordinator Mike Sexton. super job at noseguard for us. Jeffery ran our veer very well," jumping Into the lead with them being M rI
linebacker
used three
"I'm proud of the way our kids "We a Hancock said his offensive lineman, the favorites and a AAAA team
performed In the game and I'm very scheme a lot and all our linebackers, just like the rest of the squad carne Hurse added. "We said the second 9 d M ,MFII
up f
Isaiah Jenkins,and
proud of the behavior! of the football Danny Ilitdebran effort" in half was going to be even rougher than
players and cheerleaders during the Timmy Jones, did a good job againstthe with a "super the bowl the first and they had better be readyto ,, ,4'' d : .,w s ,iJ

trip," praised Head Coach David run and gave us good pass" game."Our line did a super job they play. Well, the team usually walks
Hurse. "They were commended by coverage on ''underneath. routes, showed us &7 different defenses \to the field for the second half but
everyone from the sponsoring Elk. to Sexton sajd., during the night but our kids did an Saturday they ran all the way from
the lady at the motel we stayed at* jit: was-1qHl-'a complete effort for : of the the fieldhouse to the stadium and we
"Weall had a very enjoyable time,'',. III,'".5extll.J:! continued, "we had then different outstanding looks job and picking stunts up and stuck it to them better In the second rf jMiggjr M-fr < c' ,. ,?&! W:
llurse/ added "We stayed at the, >p charge
andwere of the endzone and then carne out and carrying JV Basketball Coach Bob Hancock prepares
Motel In St.
Augustine
Floridian housed fed, and entertainedwith blocked their field anal,attemni "f .fB1I8.;.,;: lesson which opens Friday night on the road with a sad game against Galnek*
trips to Mjrincland. the Alligator "Our secondary! closed out the year vllle Eastalde. "
and rock concert.They really with a good effort against a fine
Farm, a ''
showed both parties a fine time. passing team," noted Hartley, "we With Eastside
to the JV 'C8 ers Open
"As for the gume, I thought it was owed a lot of our success pass r
of the ," Hurse rush and the secondary starters were : -
our continued.finest game"We were year psyched up thankful that we put good pressure beat on t.bt r +M Bradford High School's Baby foursome for leadership both In play. .;
football team. their passers. The first half they their 22 and in action.
against a very fine Tornado cagers open game
but their came
Lake Urantlcy had looked very, very us deep a couple of times : I season on the road Friday Dec I. Roughly 20 potential cagers [
had and quarterbacks overthrew the receiverson Gainesville Eastside in a', out for practice Monday November
seen
films
in we against
/good( those occasions and we were lucky :J. 21,with 14 still out and the roster to be
the team to will con
only that a
Gainesville High was precede varsity: '
handle them, winning!: enough to get away with It. In the game whittled duwn to 12 for''Friday'sopener. .
really like 31-14 I think we second half we had the lead and .Sure bets to stick according to.
something looHcned up a little and played a (great \" .. (Hancock are Tim Harris, a 5-7'
defended them better than anybody O II I A:''''' .. The B.M.S. JV, under the directionof
them
credit half defensively. We didn't give .h < finished 12.9 sophomore point guard who has,
that
had all year long and for '. Coach Bob Hancock a .
gotlIto our defensive coaches Sexton anything deep > ...I$ year ago, with 10 wins in their last 11\ Impressed the coach with hll."quarterbacklnlf'
ninth
defensive "All four of the starters Dwayne .. and Hancock hopes that trend ability .0-1
Mike,
and Hartley ( Dale"Heabody" r. .. ... ....1;:; outings
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Milner .
Richard Tom Williams and &-11 ninth
had Cummings/( _. Into this Gametime grader ,
backfield coach) They an and Donald ,....))1';: ]. continues season .
and worked side Rogers is 6:30 with varsity grader Kerry Fisher.
Friday :
excellent plan p.m.
game Reddish, are seniors and every one of Football SeasonThe Hancock bemoaned his squad's lackof
by side during the game to coordinateour be Laivtey Kids End Flag action starting at 8 pm.
they can admitted. "We do
had final seasons but
them experience
defense with our front seven. Back from last year's team are four
PUHS It's to be rough do battle In the Tuesday November 211, talent. ,Now it's just .
Sexton and Hartley fn turn, praised proud of. going Redskins and the Falcons sophomores: 6-2 Charles Lee, 3-41 have some la,
who carried out replacing them1 Hartley added championship playoff game of the Lawtey Youth Flag Football League. The Donniel Poster, 5.11 Phillip matter of getting the kids to play
defensive charges
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the Offensively BUS churned for over Skin took the game and the season championship while the Dolphins nipped and$- McBride None ofYthefour together to have a good club. /
Mr I "Our strategy defensive effort was lust great/( 2N) yards rushinu and kept LB honest thrUutkanraln overtime In the third place playoff game, played much for the Baby The JV schedule is identical to the
schedule with JV
J Tornadoes as ninth graders last varsity games
season but Hancock said he's preceding the varsity games by I and
at how much they'veImproved 1-2 hours and with the JV not.
Cost Recently ? surprised and Is counting on the competing in any tournaments. ,

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has carried to make
experience over
High's Varsity and Junior
practices well organised: team spirit
basketball teams
Varsity girl's open
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and hustle evident.
with good IlIl'expects
December,
play Tuesday away
Faelt: l
Barnes Danley. y.ixxl. ;
School.games against tough Clay High \\ chandler, and Berry to be hl'-s:

The Lady Tornado varsity was 2-9 unity lenders in the coming season.
last and faces the defending The junior varsity Is even more
year that ,inexperienced than the varsity withno
District champ In Clay-a team
SaveVourMorifyIfScCheckThese11.a1 loses only one senior from that, returnees from last season's H-2.
powerful squad., team Three sophomores; Mae llollis.
Janet Williams, and CherylJacobsen:
Head Varsity and JV) Coach Jerry and five freshmen; Hope Jackson;
McGriff calls this a "rebuilding year' Tracy llankerson. Lynn Loper.
after losing six seniors from last Lovette Smith and. Norma Canova,
year's team and ,having, only'' three' should make fora very'qutck squad
,; 'dU/, r.. seniorebnq<' youthful gquud this1 year Mufflriff i&a)'r:.but hBuwonries JnboM
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PRI'NTIN' & Crawford and transfer student Williams,Jackson; and Hankerson!
Melody Barton. particular have looked good,.In
Seven Juniors: Sandra Danley. practice according to McGriff and he
Janett Easly, Janice Berry, Valerie expcdts all to improve us they get.

While You Wait !llllThat's Wood Chandler experience,and Robin Judy and Williams llankerson.McGrif return said Theresa with thc SlIw'er.game Team experience.The manager. is junior Linda




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There was little change In Bradford in Block 4 In Lawte "00. Juanita B. Dlnklns to Chartee'4. :'i 9000. I -: "n

County land sates from June to July J.D. Wright Sr. & wife to Alfred J. Dinkins an undivided one-t.hir1&; Ottered Elizabeth! Green Ritch, Caroline :._ ,.. ... r ,
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aa fuly sate.. totaled tttM.ats, cam Roblda It wife It Michael D. West, Sr. to Lots 13..ft 14 of Block 44. In Green Raney ft her husband Anlce .7
Mured' to June's total of $907,783. It wife, apart of the SW of NW* of Temple's Addition Sec, 28T.. S, Green Dittmar her husband to AI K.
,.July Mice marked the third consecutive Sec. 13, T6S. R21E 18000. R22E $100.Robert ;" Carlisle wife Lot 2. Block 12. except .
month sales had totaled near Daniel Bright ft wife to Nathaniel Kitchens to Annette ... the W 100 ft'or Lot 2 ft the S 100 ft. of ) .' ': ,. ,,, 1
or above $1,000.000. as county buyers Whitley It Nathaniel Whitley Jr. as Kitchens a parcel of land In theSEV4 K<*,'!&of; Lot 2; Sec. 29. TflS. R22E.
refused to follow national trends joint tenant, a parcel of land starting of SE"., Sec 28, T6S R22E, *10O. > $3,1100.
affected by predictions of a national at the NW corner of the NWV4 of SE V4of Harold E. Keen ft wife to Ralph Dora Hawkins to Ilolsey Hawki,., '
< prices of transactions are figured thence S SO ft for point of beginning SEV4 of Sec. 12 T9S R22E. Referredto Beverly Clark. Fayon Hawkins and : .
frotn documentary tax stamps affixed from point of beginning run E 89 ft:; as Lot 29 of Seminole Ridge Unit 2, Ida Scott a one acre parcel of land In '\ '. 1' '
to deeds< filed In the office of the run S 15ft.; run W so ft; run NTS. ft to $38.000. : theSE corner of the NI* of the SE' of ORIoAittt ', .
county. clerk: point of beginning $100.NathanleTWhttTey. < The Ott Corporation to Richard C. the SW'4' of Sec. 32. T6S, R22E. $100. .
Largest transaction for the month Jr. to Nathaniel .Martin Lots 4 ft 18 Seminole Ridge *J.R. Kelley to Thelma Dlnklns. a 'a ," "
of July was the sale of a one-acre tract Whitley It Nathaniel! Whitley, Jr., as Unit No. 7, $14.383.33. undivided Interest to Lots 1 ft 2 of ,'"
and farm for R6,000 to C.T. Fairish joint tenants a parcel of land starting Richard C. Martin to E.W. Philips Sunny Acres Subdivision in Sec. 21. ,I .
and wife from Nan MerritL The farm at the NW corner of the NWV of SEv and wife, Lot 18, Seminole Ridge. Unit T6S:'R22E, $100. o f I "}
Is located on SRioo at the Bradford- of SE'/4 of Sec 26. T5S, R22E; and run 7, 3500. : ...Ji
Union line, in the NWV4 of the SEVt S SO ft for point of beginning; from Richard C. Martin to Frank Ilgen .... Y I
and the N'* of the SW W of the SE V in point of beginning run E: 80 ft.; run S and wife Lot 4, Seminole Ridge Unit )''J. : .. tJ i
Section 2, Township South, Range 20 75 ft-v run W 80 ft; run N 75 ft to point 7, 4100. ,; iIr' J 4 ,
East. of beginning, $100. The Ott Corporation to Elaine E. ""i c. :)',,.' ;, t /r n rji ., .1 I! ;
Other transactions In July were: Nathaniel Whitley Jr. to Nathaniel Harris Lots 3, 23 ft 26. Seminole ?
H.C. Wynn to Tommy H. Wynn It Whitley It Nathaniel Whitley Jr., as Ridge Unit No. 7. $22,100. ., '. 1\ .
wife, a 9.14 acre tract in the NEVi of joint tenant, a parcel of land W.C. Terrell ft wife to Walter C.I .1," Qt II
the NWV4 of Section Sit, T7S, R21E, beginning at the NW corner of the Terrell. Jr. ft wife Walter L. Terrell .i F
$7,800. .' NWV4 of SEV4 of See: 28. TSS. R22E; Erza Mock ft his wife Lots 33 ft 59 of ".,,
Katie L. Smith to Norman F. run E 100 ft; S SO ft; W 100 ft.; N 80 the NH of SWV4 of SWV4 of Sec. 23,"" .,j: ...
Stewart wife, a part of Lot 1 in the ft, to point of beginning $100. TOS R22E. $15,000. r
Plat of the East side of Lawtey Nathaniel Whitley & Nathaniel L.M. Norman. Jr ft wife to Merrill w ,. I H:;
$40000 Whitley Jr. to Daniel Bright. wife, a T. Strickland wife, a one acre tract ; '
Ethel D. Reddish to Katy L. Smith parcel of land starting at the NW in the NE corner of Lot 23 of
and Andrew B. McCombs as Joint corner of the NWv4 of SE'/4 of SE V4 of Woodlawn, Sec 30, T5$. K22E,{,. t
tenants a 1.945 acre tract In the S.A. Sec. 26, TSS. R22E; run E 80 ft. for 50000.. >*' :
Bally Lot of Lawtey, in Sec. 23, T5S, point of beginning; from point of ,Yd. 4 .
R22E, $5,900.Gary beginning continue E 20 ft; run S SO : : ... ;. :;: :\ ; : : i, "
W Brewer wife to William ft.; run W 20 ft.; run N so ft. to point of o '..' .,(..-.... .J' .." \ ..
T. Redder wife, Lot 11. Block 3 of beginning,.$100. '"r >I. : \ I. "
South Gate Replat, Sec.33, TBS, R22E, The Ott Corporation to Alfred C. ... ,:.t'' .' '. f. .. .: \ I ,\ ."
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28000. Bores & wife, lot 16 of Seminole Ridge '.JIIr-!.. .. .,. : I .. '
Olaf C. Anderson & wife to DennieC. Unit No. 7, Sec. 12. T9S, R22E. 7400. .. '1 j ': ,
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Ryals wife a parcel of land In the The Ott Corporation to Hector L. '0 .
SE'of Sec. 12. T9S. R22E, $32,000. Ownbey & wife, Lot.?, Seminole Ridge ... 'I' '
A.J.Thomas Jr., Clarice T. Wood. Unit No. 7, See:. 12, T9S. R22E. $8,800. .,) ''''' .' : i
F. Delano Thomas to Sidney W Eli D. Blagg & wife to Ruby Gay .. .,.. '.: I.... Yr i l,
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3.74 acre tract In the SEV4 of NWVfc of the City of Brooker, $3,000. _'. .. .." r I. ':.:.' .' ,. 1...
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Sec. 10 T7S R22E. $6,000. Robert L. Terry wife to William .
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1 Ramon A. Waldrop to Shirley Riley. P. Dlckson wife Part of the SE. of \ I : : .' '. .f" ...... ;, \\
a parcel of land In the NE'/< of Sec.: 13, the SW/4 & the SW4 of SE',. of Sec.: ':; t \" :' ., ..: ..,../" ....; ..
33, TSS. R22E $9,000. ... W /. \ "
T7S. R22E. $100. .. ,;t1 't : .
Raymond Gary Brumbaugh wifeto George It Valeria D. Shuford to 4s .. ..:-0; I I
Mark E. Ayers wife. Lot 7, Block Geroge Valaria D. Shuford Lots S, .. y .. 'J<'}' 1. : '...:. ':" ;- i }
15, Keystone Club Estates $21,666.67 6,7 and 8 of Block 18 Lawtey West of ...- ... ....... .. ;.t" ., .. :' I.
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Claude Crowson to Burton G, Railroad, Sec. 23, TSS. R22I!:, $100. I ."" -. ..1,. """ .,,' ,,
Gardner & wife, Lot 11 of Lake Geroge & Valaria D. Shuford to .". '.oj,k.t'. ra ,' ._". ,,\> .' 'I',.... .. -.. :.. I'I'rr ,
Bedford Shores $41,000. George AValarla D. Shuford Lota 1,2, ... .' '' .'\.. ... I I" '/,
William G. Wright, III & wife to 3 & 4 of Block 18 In lawtey, West of ..' .. ,.." : \ tr' : .
M. Jr. & of Railroad Sec. 23, TSS. R22E $100. .. .. .J \ '" : .. .
Lloyd Geyer wife a parcel It1 I f'j
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land In the E Mi of SWVi of NEV of Sec. A.C. Boree & wife to Leo F. ... t "1... .. .A.: ;
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23, T7S R2IE 17250. WoJcinakl. Lot 16 of Seminole ,,, 'w I.) I ,. '.
Robert Thomas Elliott & wife to Ridge Unit 7, In See: 12, T9S, R22E, .'1' \. "..__1 _. "' .. .. "" .. .,_ I II:}u, '
Roy V. Weir and Steven R. Sedlacek $7BOO. -, '. .. \ "" > I'.
parcel of land In the E',, of SEV4\ ofSEV4 J.T. Carver & wife to Phillip A. ,.*, !L.. ... ......... ........ "' ri'r1;
of Sec.: 15, TBS R22E $23,000. Suggs & wife, Lot 28, Block 5 of EM. Lewis to Clifford Coley. a ten L .. : ./ \ : :'
Mary Lee Crawford to Janet Denise Saratoga Heights Unit 3. $23,300. acre tract at the SWU of NW'i' of '. .; ....... I ,:
Crawford, parcel No. 1 containing 5 Inn of Jacksonville-Airport, Inc. to SW' ., Sec. 25.:>> T5S. R22E. $10.000.' t .1- .) "., ." .. ....... \ '
acres in the S'/.. of Lot 11 of Sec. 32, A.J.Dugger wife a parcel of land In Aileen Alvarez Randall to John M. i ,. :t ----ri---. ''i<,- i jo.
TSS. R22E, in Woodlawn; Parcel No. 2 the NEV4 of SE'!. of SW',4 of Sec.. 21. Miller Bobby G. Ferguson, a parcel .. ,.;.If,._ 'I' .... 1 ,"i
containing 5 acres In Woodlawn Sec. T6S, R22E 32500. of land at Ill ,W. Call Street. Starke. ,. +,, .. TE .
32 TSS, H22E. $100. J.B. Whitehead & wife to Barry $2.568.67. Dnisy :Morris to David :M 1.k.: ", '' ,
Ernest L. Hunter wife to Ronald Lynn Whitehead, a 20-acre( parcel of Katie Bell Griffis to Fred B. Miller.Jr. Million & Glen I.. Leggett as joint| : "L ;; :
Hagan wife, the W. 273 ft. of the E. land at the S's of NE'4 of NE'4 of. See: ., a 20 acre parcel of land in the N 'jof tenants the \\ n acres of the SK: t III l lJ 1 :. (' r1
375ft. of the NEV4 of SW'4, Sec. 19, T7, 32, TSS. H21E, $100. NE of SW'4 of See:. 11. T7S, K22K:, K': 'i of S\V'.i of Sirt./ TICS; U:! !K:. I I .'.
R22E. Also part of the NE'4 of SW'1/4 of Robert Lindell Sapp, Sr. and Gloria $25.000. $1. :Miiikh.mi. 11 1H1t'.lhil'llIt'I'l"lrltl'l! on 'I : ( "
Sec. 19, T7S R22E $5,000. Kathleen Sapp to Connie Mack Clark Lewis Timber Company Inc. to I I \\'\nntol-eslor I.. :Johns u I.:SIiic the North line \\\1.,1: :NK':' (. Sic. ',, l" I .
i John C. Luke wife to Carl Travis & wife a 23.31 acre parcel of land at Mark B. Adkins, a parcel of land In fc parcel of land in the S":' 1 olN :M. 'r ls. IUIK! :. MINI. ,.. : "-. .
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Ayres, a parcel of land in the E. 50 ft. the SEU' of the NE'4 of Sec. 22. T7S. the NI of SEll of SW' ( in Sec. :):J.! \\ i of Sec. 1 11.1 T7S. KJl K.: $2,29117:! ; ILirrinKlon rli.iiullcr In _'.l.imc ,, ", r. ...... ,
of Lot 10 & the W. ,,23 ft. of Lot 11 of K21E, $18,000. TOS. R22E. $6.000.) I ItonmeC Dais&" uilc to Curtis O.i KUior: C'hamlliT" &: llfnni'tl.i liau 1 ,.... ,1 '.
..Mount.;JI..L..L. gvetf: L / ;;; Wlwfll\\ Mid: t tfi 1.1: J3cne E. Wilkerson wife to Jlnrold" 'udrll' ,\cllgtlx'h':;. 'Jlr.! utL I 1'r : lock :II in I.IlII'U" I4
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$1tIIO: I"' ., ; ,- "'Jtames. 'iparculor ten d" Tn the"!'" "*Ii *!lones'Ur.' : & wife/ parcel of lamf,! T I' 'l"t' Fl1 nrK ofr'I II. ('4J .i1fI, 1 :. :11.;;, o1'ff'j-IC'; ; > "' 1'' a l.'., rMlrx 04'' rlllalltd. teaa oP/" ,. ,
.Joan Chitty to Carl Hurst a parcel SWU of SW'4 of See 14, T6S. R22E in Lot 56. Sec. 13 TSS., KT2K. ; I, t SS.. 1C2l.: $8,4491. t '' 't m -, :,-- 1'
of land In the NW"4: of NW'/4 of Sec. 3, $12,500. Woodlawn, $2.300.) .oseph)' <;i. and Clarice T. Wood to '
T7S. R22E $10,000. Cassie Sealright. Harvey Griffis It James Harold Eunice wife to Glen Charles W. ft Leila Mae Wright. Lot 4. ('huriesl'.IOhain&e: toI'hilipU. ,' .... f\\
Janice M. Shiver to Nan Merritt a R.J. Griffis to Lula Bell Terrell, a one E Wilkerson & wife, a parcel of landin of Block 2. Uahagiin !Subdivision. Chirk & wife u" panel or 'land 1 lying ;r. y ) f ( ;i.
one acre tract in the SE corner of Sec. acre parcel of land starting at the SE Lot 56. Sec. )IJ:! TSS. IU2E.:! SI.IKK). plll'tIIn the M\ ,1i SU i of St't'. :L'H '< # t I" '1 '
2,. T6S. R20E, $100. corner of SE'.. run N 421.75 ft., W 200 Woodlawn. $2.500. Grady Williamson to Grady and piirtlv! in the :\\\1 of .\\\1 of '0, /. .
Thomas J, Robinson wife to Annie ft, N 300 ft., for point of beginning: Vernie P. Odom to J.D. Odom ft Williamson ft u ife. a four acre parcel: Sriu.: : TlhS. H2.'K.:!: : SI5.IIIHI.; ',S" ,, .,.
Mae Allison, the N. 45 ft. of Lot 1 & S. continue N 300 ft. thence W 141 ft., 300 wife Lots 10 II. 12& IJ: Block I", City of land between St. ltd. UN) & G i S. & KKK Gene ;,, "I ; /11, -/ : ;........
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25 ft. of Lot 2 of Block 47 in Livingston ft. parallel with E>4 See Line, of Hampton $100. being North & West of Old Mute Russell. (irccn..Jr. & u ife to ; : ::1, :-J .
Truby & Company's subdivision of Easterly parallel to S'' 4 Sec Line 141 Ida I... Jones to Carlisle M. Jones & ltd No; IUO ft North & East: of U.S.&K Fosterife.. u parcel of land In the t
,NE>.4 of NE>:4 of Sec. 28, T6S, R22E. ft. to point of beginning Sec. 9, T6S, wife a 11.17 acre parcel of land in the KK in Sec. 12. THS. It:!-'..:. SUM. SWI.' of $\\"' i ol M*. 27 TllS. H.'liK.: : ,
R22E $100. SE' i of NW'.' i of Sec. 12. THS. H22E. Corbln W S'cott! & wife to Eva $li.I""'.
$100.Robert
R. Whetsel & Marjorie M.
Whetsel d-b-a Whetsel Investment Co.
to Keystone Developers of Bradford

Inc.Estates., Lot$3,200.2, Block 17 in Keystone Club APPLICATION SPEClflCATIOS .

Robert Moore to Robert Moore &

wife, the S', of Lot 47. the S''s of the 5 CITY OF STARKE FLORIDA
one-third of Lot 46 of East Side of ,
Lawtey. $100.
; Robert Scott to Robert Scott & wife, ZONING AND PLANNING OFFICIAL
the N'. of Lot 47 It the N',. of the S
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one-third of Lot 46 in Lawtey. $100.
Judy B. Griffis to Eva Hall Bradley,
:ra parcel Bland 7', N & W from the SE Educa Requirements b:
corner of the SW'/. of NEV4: of Sec 33,
,T6S. R22E 2573333.
E. Kearness Ellis & Regina E. Hall 1. High School Graduate (Minimum)
to Tottie Ellis Parcel I- portion of
:lot 7, of Block 1 of Santa Fe Shores." 4 Due To The 2. Previous EXDerience Planning And Zoning

'Shores Parcel 2$100.Gratton- Lot. 22, Block 2 of Santa Fe High i (Familiar With Starke And Previous

Cooper C.R. Cooper and Planning And Zoning Problems)
R.M. Cooper to Fred B. Miller Jr.. a r InterestRates
tract of land In the E'a of Block IS,
R3E,* Block 2S, R2E; Block 25, R3E; Otter Qualifications: j
'Block 25. R4E; Block 2, RSE; Block I i1 t :'
3S R3E of Simon J. Temple's Sub- I'' 1
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''diyWon. 30000. 1. Preferably Married ;
: L.Andrews&wife Larry David
'Andrews, a 3.37 acre parcel of land in "- ,. 2. Live In City of Starke :
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the SWof SWt4 of Sec.: 29, T6S, 4 "
R22E 1533333. 3.. Capable Of
t Acquiring Needed Knowledge
Leland A. Brown & wife to Julian ...,;... For In Stock
burner & wife, Lot 7, known as :";:" ':'::" ::':''''. .. 'toi{ *In Areas Of
Lake Shores in Sec. 27, T6S ." -. .. .'..' .. ,. -. ; .", \flJ A.
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Sampson .. ,
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Hendrleth to Ellen : M. Engineering And Terms And
Elsie Green ::...-....-- ..- .- 1".' ,
Tlsdle.. a part of the E": i of N', of SE V4of SpecificationsC.

: Millard NWU of C.Sec.Brown 23. TSS& ,A mean IM.. ARE HAVING A TREMENDOUS Management And Public Relations

Brown W Brewer & Donna L. '
to Gary
of land In i D. Knowledge Of City Requirements For
Brewer a one acre parcel : \I "
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the NW 4 of NE'4 of SWi4 of Sec. 34, Clearance '>; Building .
TSS. R22E, $100. Sale. .
Lula Smith to Johnny Jackson, Lot Dittos:
and 3 Block 35 In Livingston, Truby & .' \ ,
Company's Subdivision in Sec. 28, Assist City Cterk In Tin FoH..iai Area: t


-T Truby Lots J..ula S, t R22E and Smith& Company's 2$4,500.of to Block Gloria 32 Colleen Subdivision In Livingston Pierce of '; GJI1I3[ t (iJJUII( ] 1. Planning And Zoning f


$2,000.NE4 of NE' Sec. 28, T6S R22E, 2. Financial Record Keeping

; 'A.H. Perry It wife to Clarence W. 3. Other Duties As Required
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Melton, Jr.. the N'a of the SWV of Every Home.We Have In StockSEE ,
SWli in Sec. 28. T7S R22E. $17,000. -
Jack M. Courtnay It wife to W. Rot! JOHN BROWN TODAY Witi Be
?Covey: & J. Brooks Brown to Donald Applications Rectirri. 89 Tie City M feto

Allen Denton It wife. Lot1 of FOR THE ULTIMATE: IN PRE-CONSTRUCJED.HoMES.: '
'Keystone Oaks Subdivision $38,333.33 ". ,: .lItii kcelbsr 1II 197'
,Luther D. Raley wife to Curtis G. FLEETWOOD.,, ", ,, "" ''' '. '. -
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Edwards,a 0.66 acre parcel of land In .REPLACE.. : .
the NEV4 of SEV4 of Sec.: 33 T7S City Commission City Of Starke Florida
:R22E. $71,400.aLealle BROWN'S -1 ,
i M. McClellan wife to Ar- '
''tltur Stephens Hewett.wife, Lots 1. 2, ,
,,3 and 13 In Woodlawn, Sec. 18, TS, MOBILE HOME CENTER By: ?/&l/J qMt L .

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'Ottle Sue Gault to Ottie Sue Gault If Merrill Edwards
'Leatha Griffis as joint tenants the Keystone Heights, fcftf Cfty Clerk 1 t\\
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summer.. The Sweetest SlraubtrrUi Title Side of Heaven {
The big event will be Thursday. )
Dec: 7, from 9 a m. to 6 p nv. In theMethodist gar u
Fellowship Hall
Soup and chili will be served all day.
Sandwiches and desserts will be sold '.' .
M.- 1 YI separately.There Christian Church Agatha Whitehead ,I

will be door prizes; and on r'
sal will be baked goods, plants, hand ', < &Hold Holiday Celebrates 88th
made items Christmas gifts and I
ornaments craft items and home Bataar Saturday Birthday Nov. 12 .
s made desserts and candies. :\
There will be something to pleasethe >}'l'rbi: adies of the First Christian Agatha Whitehead widow of the I I
eye for young and old; so plan to Oiurcf Invite everyone to their late Samuel Whitehead celebratedher !, '' .
attend this annual event of the church. ,Holiday Bazaar on Saturday Dec. J, 88th birthday Sunday Nov. 12 ala :
at'/the Badcock Corner comer of covered dish dinner given by her I
and hla family reunion Walnut and Madison streets from 0a eight children at Lake Butler
Noetel.Sr. I of children at Noegel ) coated W.ll. UDCTo Hove \ I
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Many gifts on :1
Marlin Ann Umttead. Maxine Hancock Louise
Shirley Parrott. ;
Dorothy
Christmas LuncheonAt daughter Mrs. Nina Parrish In Lake ,
and Gene and Mattlson .saleiincluding gifts for Mom. Dad. S y khYa16
Davis Mary Burns NoegcL Billy Moegel Betty were Yry
'.teen ..nd tots. There will also be Butler Her other children are Mr.
unable to attend. Holiday Inn decoration, for the home and home and Mrs. Allen Whitehead and family M
baked goodies. of Stone Mountain Ga., Mr. and Mrs. f
William H. Noegel, Sr. Family The W.T. Weeks chapter. UDC will > t Cloyde Alexander and Cindy of
hold their annual Christmas luncheon :' Milford. Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie
Holds Reunion Thanksgiving Day Wednesday, Dec. 6. at 11:49: a.m. at' .,. r l.IttieWomen Whitehead Mr. and Mrs J. B.
TohlretDec.4
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the Holiday Inn. ., '<' Whitehead and Mr. and Mrs A. B. "

.,. ... .... .. Mrs.Elzle Sanders will be In chargeof The,tittle Women's Club will hold Whitehead all of Lake Butler, Mr
and Mrs Francis Klicker and Mr. and
The William H. Noegel. Sr
and several hundred of their relativesand family 4 :I the musical program.asked to make theta December meeting Monday Mrs. Virgil Raulerson Of Jacksonville AgHlba Whitehead
Members are night:, pt-c. 4, at 8 p.m. at the club .
friends gathered to celebrate later than Dec. 4 by
"h. reservation no
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bid fashioned > was enjoyedby
Thanksgiving on the old calling Mrs. George Roberts, Sr. or
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the approximately lou attending TKKNAfiti: ; lOU'NTKKRH: :
Noegel farm of Edwards' Loop.W Mrs. G.J McGrlff, Sr.
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starting at I p.m. TO
H. Noegel Sr. and his late wife. .
Alesia came to Starke In
1929. October Capti! and Mrs. J. B. Godwin. Jr. The Teenage Volunteers will hold
Five ." 'f Mr. and Mrs. William McMullen of and children of Fort Benning.. Ga. their. December meeting Tuesday
generations including W H. At.
Noegel; Sr., who Is 88 old were ..... Hamburg N.Y have moved to 1301 spent Wednesday to Monday with hisparen" Mr.and Mrs. L.C Early visited Mr. night. l Dec 5. nt 7':10: p m In the I,
years and Mrs. Amos Sanford in Tavares I
present. Searing Street. Mr McMullen Is Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Godwin hutipUiil libraryPANTRY '

To carry out the theme family employed with Amtrak. t.r. at take Butler Tuesday" .. .... .and.... .Wednesday, .\
members were dressed in old
fashioned costumes.
The gathering was to show the ':
younger generation how things were-
done in the old days. Acorn sheller, .
sausage stuffer and many old farm
Implements were on display. r
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The day was started with an 'old I.iI
fashioned breakfast of saying cane ,; ', 1.
'syrup, homemade biscuits and I-
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:sausage.The cane was grown ground n
'and boiled into syrup right on the Willie Dell mans syrup kettle. v
farm. Also the hogs were raised
slaughtered and dressed on the farm. When cooking the syrup Instead of
Cane wad' left In the fields so the using a thermometer the old handed
children could cut it and Stanley down experience method of the drip 49 i PRIDE
Noegel demonstrated how it wasground flake was used by Ervin Andrews
: and cooked in the boiling B.C. Holtzendorf Gladys Edwards FROZENPIE f
V.L. Starling and Willie Dell who
kettle to make syrup. I
,_ Other activities, riding the tractor assisted.
feeding the chickens and ducks a ball Until recently William H. Noegel., Id
game and cat. fish was.caught from Sr. lived in Starke with his lon Billy. 0
'the pond. Two other sons Stanley and Gene
Later In' the day a' traditional also live In Starke. All the 11 children SHELLS ,
Thanksgiving dinner was served and live In Florida except Mary
"Dimples" Burns who lives In
enjoyed by all.
Atlantic City N.J. : I
Mr Noegel has 24 grandchildren 34 10oz
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Breakfast WithYoungsters

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Mr. and Mrs.. Ronnie Tomlinson of POTATOES 4
Starke announce the birth of a son Drip Tray
Christopher Roy born Nov. 26 in St. & Hang Wire
Vincent's Hospital.. Grandparents are 2902 ao
Mr.and Mrs. Jack Underhill and Mrs. 6 Inch 8.9 c CAN 594C aREFRIGERATED

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I Dr. and Mrs. Thomas B. Parrott '
announce the birth of a son. Timothy
born Nov. 26. Mrs. Parrott can be ENJOY A RICH GREEN LAWN OR PILLSBURYCOOKIES
remembered, as a 'former Miami PASTURE ALL FALL & WINTER
, school teacher and organist at the
I Southwest 'Presbyterian. Church RYE
there. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde A. Lasher GRAs.$135!
1 of Starke are the' maternal
: grandparents Mr. 'and Mrs. James SEED 10.49 CHOCOLATE CHIP.OA TMEAL-SUGAR.
I' Parrott of Miami are the paternal BOLBOAt)
grandparents. Timothy joins a PANTRY PRIDE o FUDGE BROWNIES

brother, Jeffrey and a sister Dana. WEEDEATERSSALE

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Mr.and Mrs.William Doughman of ,
Starke announce the birth of a PRICEDMakes PKG. 99' :
daughter Bobbie Jo, born October 20
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Maternal grandparents
Mrs. Robert Haisten of Starke. Save Today Put One On 10oz FROZEN 2 1t
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.Mr and Mrs. James C. Nugent Sr. Reo. MO".... !!
of Starke announce the birth of a son
James C. Nugent, Jr., born Nov 6 at i
Shand's Hospital. Grandparents are $1488 ? .
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Clemons and Mr.
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Friends of Mrs. HC. Hitch will .rises GOLDEN QUARTERSMARGARINE CREAM
regret to learn of'the death of her I
sister, Miss Mary Willis Demaree. CHRISTMAS CACTUS
Graveside (services were held at. 2 16oz CUP or 8oz PKG.
p.m.Monday in Evergreen Cemetery, A"on.d Colon ;249
Gainesville.Mrs. 16oz PKG. CREAMa:49c

Harold Cook of Key West has.
moved to 814 W. Lafayette Street; tOLIDAsT

Senior Ed Stancll of Wayland : CHEESE

Baptist College.> Plainview. Texas Is o NTROL
one of no seniors eligible for- the I
Wayland Citizenship award one of the anweu w
top honors available to graduating ; 58
seniors. Stancil is the soiv of Mr. and I
Mrs.Carl E. StanciK. Rt..1. and is a GARDEN & NURSERY 0
1967 graduate of Bradford High '
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539 E, Call St. Starke. Fla.
Mrs John Stone of Woodbine. Ga. Is ...,.
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pP" .- Mr. and Mrs. Jack Leuschel of the The' Board of Directors for the through local churches Mr. Howe
Mrs. O. L. Haynes. Jr. and daughter Mr. and Mrs Robert Barksdale Mr. and Mrs. Jesse K J; ( of i are spending several ttaya Bradford County Chapter of the also noted how fortunate we are to
Anne spent Wednesday to Sunday returned to their home In Humboldt Jacksonville were Sunday guest of with Philippines her Mrs. Joe Wilson American Cancer Society held its have as public education chairman
visiting Mrs. David Scott and Mrs Tenn. on Saturday after weeks visit Mr. and Mrs Fred Bennett Sr. great-aunt quarterly meeting Tuesday Nov. Z8. Jerry McGriff. who would be pleased1
Dot Stevenson In Atlanta. They were with his mother Mrs. Vergla Mr.and Mrs. Greg Tyler and familyof at noon at McDonald to hear from any local group or club
accompanied by Mrs. O.L. Haynes, Barksdale at Hampton Lake and Dothan Ala. were weekend guestsof Rev. and Mrs Frank Starling and County Crusade Chairmen Marjorie who would be Interested In presenting
Sr. who visited Mr. and Mrs Don family.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. J.B. Whitehead. family of Panama City spent Tuesday Thomson was commended by Richard any ot the many programs; preparedby
Effrain and Art Holiday.Mr. to Saturday with their parents, Mr. Howe executive director for this the American Cancer Society and
and Mrs W.M. Meng and Jimmy Andrews of Miami was and Mrs. W.L. Thomas and Mr. and area for her generous gift of time furnished to groups without charge
and Mrs. Charles Hardy and children of St. Petersburg spent the home for the long weekend with his Mrs. Joe S. Starling and effort toward special projects in Special commendation was
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Francis and long weekend with their parents. E..... parents Mr. and Mrs. Levon the schools and with youth groups In expressed to the Country C\ut
children were Thanksgiving guests of Matthews and family In Starke and Andrews Mr. and Mrs. Gene Wiggins or the churcltes. Mrs. Thomson states coordinators Jim and Evelyn:
Mrs. G.E. McGauley in Palatka. Mr. and Mr*. Paul Meng and familyat 'r- Fairburn Ga. spent the weekend with she knows the worth of the American Womack and the many workers at w*
Hampton Lake. Mr. and Mrs. James C. Hoppe and his parents. Mr. and Mrs Orle Cancer Society having experiencedCancer country club for the outstanding
Mr. and Mrs R. W. Milner Jr. and family of Orlando were weekend Wiggins. Joining the family on directly through the death of success of Las Vegas Night. 1leJit.recently. :
son spent Thursday to Sunday with Mrs.Gladys Weldon spent last week guests of Mrs. O.L. Beasley and Mrs Thanksgiving were Mr. and Mrs. her father. .
Mr. and Mrs. Milner. Sr. In with her son and family Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Kincaid. Jimmy Wiggins of Jacksonville.Carr I Howe Informed the board of the, Miss Ulllan Stump!; president of the
Tallahassee J.R. Weldon In Jacksonville. t appointment of Father John Flynn of Hradford County Chapter, stated that
win of St. Marks Episcopal Church as are on schedule for the house. to
Mrs. Harry Mooty Colley Macclermy was house
Mrs L.H. Gibson spent Wednesdayto Mr. and Mrs T.L. Casey Jr. and Thanksgiving overnight guest of her Wednesday overnight guest of his chairman for coordination of religious canvas to be kicked off early.In
Sunday with here son and daughter. attended the Boyer family and and special projects /March of tf79.!
family cousins. Mr.and Mrs Milton St PeterIn daughter, Mrs. Jackie Johns programs_ .
in-law Mr. and Mr. Gibson at
Gerry reunion In Lynn. Fla. on Gainesville.
family.
MerrlU Island Thanksgiving day. SFCC Wants to Know I

Mrs. H.L. Speer Mrs. G.J. McGriff, Mrs. Clyde Sinclair spent last: ..
The descendents of the late Rob McNeal of Cocoa Beach and Sr., Mrs. Lex Green and Mr. and Mrs. Wednesday to Friday with her son-in- Registration for the Winter Term of Writing Skills. Spanish Art Appreciation.
Archibald and Fannie Green had aG.t Jim Andsley of Cape Cod, Mass. were Curtis Sanders of Starke Dr. and law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs Santa Fe Community College (SKCC) 20th Century Humanities. Major
family reunion Sunday at the long weekend guests of Mrs. Joan Mrs. W.H. Green and family of Tommy Chastatn In Gainesville.They will be held at the SFCC office In, Religions. Elementary Math for
home of Mrs. Nelson Green with about Chitty and family. Tallahassee and Mr. and Mrs. G.J were joined Thanksgiving day by Mr. Bradford High School next Teacher. College Algebra. Modern
73 attending. A chicken pileau dinner McGriff.. and family of Gainesvillewere and Mrs. T.C. Chastain and Mrs. Wednesday and Thursday, December 'ell Biology. Physical :Science
was served at noon. Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Seymour had as Thanksgiving day guests of Mr Jessie Chastaln of Starke and Mr. and 8 and 7. Human Origins. Marriage and the
Thanksgiving day guests. Mr. and and Mrs. K.A. Green, Jr. of Mrs. Jerry Williams of Keystone The office will be open for registration Family. Sociology.
Mr. and Mr. K.E. Firth were Mrs. Marion Harrington and Gainesville. Heights. from 8-00 a.m. to I-30 p.m. Applications are still being
camping. Friday to Sunday on the daughters of Ormond Beach Mr. and Students may register for all Santa Fe accepted for new students for the
Suwannee River near Cross City. Mrs. Bill Harrington and daughter of Local admittances to Bradford Mr. and Mrs T.H. Slade spent classes. Including the 13 offered at Winter Term. According to Dr Bernie
Keystone Heights Douglas Seymour County Hospital this week include Thanksgiving weekend with their Starke as well as those at the main McFadden. academic counseling is
Mrs. Fred Field of Tampa Neva of Jacksonville Hallie Seymour of from Starke- Maggie Griff, Pauline daughters and families. Mr. and Mrs. campus in Gainesville. No appoint available to new and; old students ale|
Jayno Flynn of FSU and Gray Flynnof Gainesville and C.N Christy of Harris, Howard Klein, Lugene Holey. John Whelchel In Boca Raton and Mr. ment Is necessary
UF spent the long weekend with Starke. James Leach. Soar Gunter, Gilbert and Mrs Mike O'Brien In Miami.An There will also be an evening pointed out that the :Starke office
Mr. and Mrs. George Flynn, Jr. Gay. Frances Warner, Anna Sapp.. registration for Starke classes only on provides most of the servlces.of the
Mr.and Mrs. Cecil Whitehead spent Luis Roth, Dave Henderson and LoiS Thursday, December 7, from 8-00 College
Mr. and Mrs Lon Custer of West of last week attending the
Tuesday Thlgpen; Charles Kapi-hart, Obed p.m. to 8-00 p.m.
Virginia have moved to LS.I01-S.: Mr. funeral of Leon Smith In Jacksonville. Pauley Latarus toss and Carson The Winter Term runs from Frr more Information stop by
Custer Is employed with Champions The Whiteheads had Thanksgiving Griffis of Lawtey; Gilbert Hardwlck uncovered lemon pad January 9 to April 20. the Starke! Santa Fc office (open
Recycle Batteries.Mr. with Mr. and Mrs. Cecil McKinney In and Bertha Gaudy of Melrose; and will absorb refrigerator odors Credit classes offered In Starke Monday Thursday from Hx a.rn. to
and Mrs. Jerome Edwards and St. Augustine.Mr. Lisa Carroll of Lake Butler. end add its own inch smell. Include College Composition. Basic :u'IN> p.m.) or call tk4-SIH2.:

sons of Naples spent the long weekend and Mrs. Houston McClane '
with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Merrill spent the weekend with their son, Dr.
:
Edwards.Mrs. Tallahassee and
Glen McClane in YOUR
attended the UF.FSU football game.

L.N. Pickering visited :
relatives In Tampa and Lakeland over Mrs. Jewell Johns, Martel Johns a\(1.1
the weekend.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Starling and
daughter and Miss Mary Addinaton of

.and Mrs. Glen Miller of Omaha. Jacksonville were out-of-town
Neb. spent the early part of last week Thanksgiving day guests of Mr. and
with Mr. and Mrs. George Miller Mrs. Maxie Carter, Sr.
Joining the family on Tuesday were
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Miller of Carlton Faulk of Troy State College s
Jacksonville.Mrs. Ala.holidays.Is home until after the Christmas FNI01.r.


Clifford Pafford and daughter
Mrs. Glen Davis and children of Mr. and Mrs. Mark Hamilton and ---
Jacksonville were weekend guests of family of Seffner were Sunday .u"...... a MICI coon n.uwloMto .. r. .
Mr. and Mrs. H.L. Mutson Jr. visitors of their parents, Mr and Mrs. V_MC MMHVIOPORK a nn au nfn --. '-, ,- .-a. .____ I"
N.B. Hosier at Lake Butler and Mr.
Mrs. Doyce Griffis and daughters and Mrs. S.W. Hamilton In Starke.
and Lori Hart visited Mr. and Mrs.
Travis Alvarez In Jackson. Miss over Mrs. G.J. McGriff, Sr. spent r r
the long weekend. Wednesday to Monday with Mr. and \t
Mrs. McGriff, Jr. and family in ,,
Charles Lawson of Tallahassee was Gainesville. (
Tuesday of last week overnight guestof eGO\
his parents. Mr. and Mrs. II.A Mrs. Cecelia Terwillegar spent t\l
Lawson Thursday and Friday with her .
parents. Mr and Mrs. J.H. Truluck \
Scott Miller of Jacksonville spent and brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and \.f. '
the weekend with his grandparents Mrs. McKay Truluck in Sanford.They s a
Mr. and Mrs. George Miller. were Joined by a sister,Mrs. Madeline
Scott of Coronado Calif. A. E 30 01. a

Mrnand Mrs. II.L. llutson and son ..
Kevin and jece.Lauren Lowery were Mr. and'Mrs. Raleigh Brannnn.of ... ,.; ,G 1..0
Thanksgiving day guests of Mr and Redford Lake had 'as Thanksgivingday
Mrs. Hutson. Sr. In Orlando.Mr. guests. Mr and Mrs. Ardel
Hrannen and son and Lynne Forte ofacksonvilte.

and Mrs. II.A. Lawson and Mr. ./ Miss Jessie Mae
and Mrs. Andy Jordan spent Brannen of Barlow Mrs. Emma
Thanksgiving day with Mr. and Mrs. Futch Campbell of Seminole and Mrs. Crisco Shortening sa. .... 1.99 Crisco Oil _..no 2.35 ,

J.A. Jordan in Live Oak. Belle Brown of Hampton. & Crisco Oil diaM 5.69 lit Peanut Butt ::'''-..'1.83

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Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Hobbs of Birmingham Southern College Ala. ReaLemon PANTRY PRIDE PACKER LABEL ROSEDALE
Gainesville were Thursday overnight were home for the long weekend. ALL
guests of Mr.and Mrs. T.L: Casey Jr. BEANSCANADA RECONSTITUTED LEMON GRINDS DOG SWEET

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::1 Farmers Reminded to Petition METHODIST YOUTH ACTIVITIES I


r.. TIle Methodist Youth will begin j.The youth win meet at 8:00: p.m. for
For ASC Committee Nominees their preparation for the Christmas their regular snack supper and the

season this Sunday evening.All Advent Wreath program wilt begin at

Farmers are reminded that will benefit In the long run from a the youth, their families and 8:30p.m.: in the Fellowship Hall under
Agriculture and Stabilization Service responsible concerned team of ASC anyone else Interested to Invited to the direction of Dr. and Mrs. Wayne
office Is now receiving nominations committee-persons in the local administration attend the annual advent wreath Whiffen. Everyone Is asked to bring
far ASC county committee election of U.S. government farm making, Sunday evening, December greenery and any left oven from last
candidates.Director. program, Carver said year wreaths.All .
,. three youth department
" farmers Warren to use Carver this encourages opportunity ....... ......... y Ali } Protect Young Citruii t!I i daysafternoon skating party last
to nominate their farm Su at the Skating
neighbors as candidates In the ASC ObituaryDRLU.JENNINGS From Cold Weather Palace In Gainesville. Thirty-nine
committee election youth and adults participated In the
The ASC election will he conduct event which was a delightful
by mail from November 24 to Young citrus trees especially afternoon of spills and thrills for all.
December 4. Eligible farm voters will Dr. L.1I.: Jennings, ophthalmologist, during the first years of growth The following counselors attendedthe
be provided with Instructions for died Tuesday night Nov. 28 in Brad-- > should be protected from coldweather group Mr. and Mrs. Don Denton ,
filling out the secret ballot and ford County Hospital, after being in fln to prevent damage. Mrs. Carolyn Eaves, Mrs. SybilDempsey
returning it to the county ASCS office. failing health following a stroke last One of the most efficient and least and Mrs. Marie Polk.
Most resident farmers are eligible December.Dr. expensive cold prevention methodsfor Following the afternoon skating the .:
to hold office as ASC committee- Jennings and family came to young trees Is banking. Banking returned to the Church for their
persons. If a farmer would like Starke In 1938, where he practiced consists' of placing a mound of soil snack group I j
detailed information concerning except for a period of wartime service around the trunk of the tree to protectthe TheSer super; group Is reminded

eligibility requirements, he or she during World War II. bud onion and trunk from cold. to set .....oe some time during the
should contact the ASCS office. For optimal I results the mound should
county
build
Funeral services are scheduled at 2 week of December 3 to help the
In filling out a petition farmers extend Into the lower scaffold
pm. today (Thursday Nov. 30)) at the up Christmas Float. Details for the float
should be careful to include the name branches of the young tree.
First Baptist Church of Starke where will be given at regular meeting on t
of only one nominee,the signatures of In making the bank care should betaken
at least three eligible ASC voters who Dr. Jennings was a member. Burial to use only soil which is free of December 3. '
In the Correctional Training Institute at
will be in Crosby Lake Cemetery with LWCI employees wise participated Don Denton ,
support the nominee and certification weeks other trash that
sticks an
can
L. Ford. Standing, Alvin L. Fisher. Jesse E.
Ben of First Seated Larry Youth
that the nominee is willing to serve if Rev. Bryant pastor lUlford recently attract I insect pests and disease. Director
elected. Petitions must contain this Baptist and Rev. Ted Callahan' Hall. Banks will provide considerable
Information; without it, they will not officiating. cold protection to those parts of the $ly Mark's Episcopal Church
be accepted. The completed petition tree covered with soil, but exposed 212 N.Church.St.itarke.Fla. .
Total 473,43O To Nov.
Perm it. 28th
should be dated and mailed or hand- Building '. portions t the tree are still subject to ( .
delivered to the county ASCS office no rt.PRi i d 6 fi or damage by low temperatures. If the Friday Dec. 11 Spaghetti Supper, 5:30:

later than October 30. DUPLICATE BRIDGE Building permits issued by the ,,,one commercial, 30000. soil Is dry and a freeze Is expected to 7:30 p.m. All the spaghetti. you can
ASC committee elections
are
opento The commercial for irrigation before the freezing eat. with salad brea and beverage
all eligible ASC voters without CLUB RESULTS County Zoning office through November permit was an
28 held close to the half million expansion of the Z.W. Hamilton boat temperatures occur may be Donations Adults- J.25. Children
regard to race color religion sex or Winners at the Tuesday night Dupli-
beneficial. A moist soil will store under 12-K1.SO. Sponsored by the
dollars month Included in manufacturing plant near Brooker.
national origin. Carver explains that cate Bridge Club played at the Starke a average.
more heat during the day for releaseat Episcopal Youth.
Fees collected during the month ,1Munday.
the total :
$473,430 were:
concerned farmer with interest
any an Recreation Center were first Jeff
night. Dec. 3rd: 8:30 Holy I'
totaled$1,415 and 114
Thirteen building inspections
single family dwellings.
In serving fellow producers Wrenshall and Eva Mathewson
; However. It is Important that Eucharist, 9:43.: Church School. IIHoly
made. !
$290,23015 mobile homes$102.300 24 were ,
would be an asset to the ASC com second Rhea Johnson and Lora ; ;
Irrigation is completed and that tree Eucharist 0:30 E.Y.C.
mittee. For this reason, farmers are Francis. additions and miscellaneous $50,900;
surfaces are dry before the freeze
to for the farmers of
urged petition
occurs. If frost forms on the leaves. It
their choice. The individual
producer should be washed off preferably limes to Speak "
" early In the morning before the sun's "
warmth reaches the plants. : ,
Trees should be unbanked as soon Wednesday Night.
as the danger of cold weather has

passed.. usually In mid to late At Long Bridge v.
j
; Enjoy the February. If banks remain on the

liitit Holiday Season young. trees too long In warm weather John R. Mimes, missionary to !!
i ,/ ever!, Shop Food the danger of disease and Insect Japan. 'will speak at Long Bridge '
Y c / 1 problems Is increased. Leaving too Baptist Church next Wednesday, Dec. !
much soil around the trunk may R. for the prayer meeting hour. '
SAVE encourage foot rot and increase the (Hlmes Is the. grandson of Dr.. John .
probability of a bark sweating K. Himes.
disorder which can kill the tree. Himes represents the Baptist World
At this time of the year fertilizingand Mission In Tokorozawa Japan. Ills ,
' 4 4 V vS pruning should be avoided. home address is Murfreesboro. Tenn. 4

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Dillard Stilts SI Mrs.Dells E. Llndaey ,i
''Mrs. Della E. Llndsey. 76. of ii

: Dillard Stills, SI, of Starke died Woltewah. Tennessee died Friday
early Wednesday morning, Nov. 22 In morning. Nov. 24. in Bradford County i
l.i 0 0 Bradford County Hospital followlnsan Hospital following a brief Illness. '
extended Illness.A !Mrs. Lindsey was stricken while
(CENTER CUT BEEF resident of Starke since June of visiting relatives here. She was a

this year Mr.Still was born June 24, member of the Highland Park Baptist
:
\ SIRLOIN 1927 in Suwannee Florida. He Church in Chattanooga, Tenn.
SIRLOIN TIPROAST attended the Cedar Keys High School. Survivors Include five sons Including I
TEAK vas a World War II veteran, and was James Llnditey of Melrose. Harold
'.' J iLEC QUARTERS WITH HACKS Jacksonville most of his life and was ttcy. and Kenneth Lindsey, all of

$'pRiAsrr'.QUARTERS WITH BACKS a member of the First Baptist Church ChattanoogaTenn. three daughtersrvvMnh -
fy 4 .f e A. ....oII..JaIrkaonvW..r. ,..;U... a "Uomu :tl g iv 4rfJHto_,..-MrB,. ? *{
: .. W. Wto >RfcSH ; : tide ftivwlte'Mir; Nellie- Kendrlcks of Chattanooga. f I

, FLORIDA 1 Laura Lewis Stills; six sons: Lee Tenn., and Mrs. Betty June Blyles of <
OR GEORGIA Stills and Johnny Stills, both of West Hollywood. Fla.: three brothers '
I Archer; Joseph Stills of Lake City. Coot Smith of Chickamauga "
[CHOICE PREMIUM : Mark Still and Vincent Stills both of Ga.. Henry and June Smith both of ,
Starke; Greg Pugh of Jacksonville; Chattanooga. Tenn.. 16 grandchildren
BHHHsHMBviORANGB daughters: Mrs. Dendra Tudor of and several great-grandchildren. 'I
BLOSSOMORANGEJUICE c Jacksonville Mrs. Deborah Pugh of Funeral services and burial were to
u 0.1. C.rton Germany; Miss Holly Stills. Miss be in Woltewah. Tenn. DeWitt C. I
Laura Stills both of Starke; his Jones fo'unerailiome was In charge of I
mother Mrs. Beulah Kennedy of local arrangements.
WASHINGTON Suwannee; a brother. Rufus Stills of

I ALL FRESH FRESHGEORGIA RED STATE FRANKS 88Con Suwannee; a sister and Hilda of GEORGE R.POM KLL
Apalachicola, seven
PURPOSE GREEN SWEETPOTATOES RED grandchildren.Funeral 'George R. Powell. 82. a native of .'
{ EATING OR COOKING DELICIOUSAPPLES services were held Starke and brother of Mrs. .1II. .
CABBAGE Saturday afternoon.Nov. 23 at Bethel l Maude! ) Fields Starke; and Mrs. }|
APPLES Baptist Church with Rev. E.J. Babbs Kmma: Tanner of Baldwin died > I [
atonal* officiating. Burial was in Santa Fe Sunday. Nov. I IJ: in Newton. N.C. B''

3 69C ; c Ii' lAc 18'$199LB Cemetery south of Starke. ,Archer. where he had lived for many years. I
112 Tanner Funeral Home was in chargeof
BAG = He was the son of the late Robert S. :
LB.
arrangement. and Laura Shelton Powell, early settlers '

of Starke.
FRESH-PICK YOUR OWN Mr. Powell was prominent,in buxl- i
&/* Mrs.ShelUe II. Gerle ness banking. and civic life In l

FLORIDA GRAPEFRUIT e Mrs. Shellie; H. Gerle, 71. of Starke Newton having served as mayor a ,
t l/r died Sunday morning Nov. 26, in leading merchant. director and. vice
JUICY 1 i North Florida Regional Hospital In president of a savings and loan Institution
Gainesville and a member of the official ,
following a brief illness.
ASSORTED FRESH the First United 'hurch of
Born board of
April 4. 1907 at Orangeburg.
FRESH FLORIDA S.C., Mrs. Gerle was the daughter of Newton. He was a veteran of World
War 1 I. and a charter member of the
BREAKFAST the late Lawrence and Lula Hutto. She I
GREENS SWEET was a housewife and a member of the Newton American Legion Post. ,
Besides his two sisters in Florida I
First United Methodist Church. She !
E ESCELL079c had lived In Starke since 1923 coming \Mr. Powell Is survived by his,wife. I
here from Coleman Fla. Thelma. and one son Charles Robert
>
24$1.00 Survivors include a daughter Mrs. both of Newton.
Sharon H. Locke of Lake Worth three Funeral services were held
FREEZER QUEENDINNERS
i grandsons- Malon. Dale and Dean Tuesday Nov. 14. In the Newton
Methodist Church.: Interment was in
\ ,
Locke
: } a brother Tillman Hutto of
Jacksonville; three sisters Mrs. Kastview: Cemetery there.In .
FROZEN Edna Wells Mr. Carolyn Redgraveof an editorial tribute to Mr.
Starke and Mr. 'Garnlta Parker Powell the Newton observer News--
of Miami. Enterprise: said "His civic achievements -

Funeral services were held leave a pattern for others to'
Tuesday Nov. in follow. Ills interest in the community >
FRESH GREEN morning, 28 the :
his friendship. and his advice shall
DeWItt C. Jones Chapel with Rev.
CUKES FRESH FLORIDA! be paramount in our remem-
George Harper and Rev. James always j
a e YELLOW Cowart officiating. Burial was In brances of this man among men.

SELL MORRELLSBRANSWEIGER Crosby Lake Cemetery. DeWitt C.
.
PEPPERS Jones Funeral was In charge of 'slwrStarllnlC.IZ \\.j
CORN
1 arrangements. '
MIX 0" MATCH Walter Starling 82. a retired park l{
LIVERWURST e ranger at Gold Head Branch State J
10 $1.00 1S'I.O 0 Park north of Keystone Heights died ::1\

FOR EARS Tuesday afternoon. Nov. 21, In Brad- j j
, Wilfrid Fontaine, 78 ford County Hospital following a long ,t| I
I w Illness. eI

: Deluxe Fruit Cake .as M.79 OXYDOL Wilfrid Fontaine. 78. 'of Hamptondied A resident at 703 W. Adkins Street. d IStarke.
Wednesday, Nov. IS, of an Mr. Starling lived in the 31
Economy Fruit. .Cake ,. M.39 / .' iaiufyic fc\f '" apparent heart attack at his home. Starke area most of his life. Born $ \
.
. ..,. :
/J5 v Born in Solon;Maim Mr. Fontaine Sept. 29. .896. Mr Starling worked asa f j
: M Dinner Rolls". uruiBohemian 3l l DETERGENT had lived in Hampton for the past, farmer for many years. He retired f I
: N.69t eight years. Before his retirement as a ranger at Gold Head Branch I
F 1 Hearth Bread Mr. Fontaine was employed with State Park In |964 after 20 years of I I
: Sikorsky Aircraft in the. electrical service. He was a member of the Oak '' 9

PANTRY PANTRY : ee division. He 'was a member of St Grove Baptist Church 'north of \ \
EdWard's Catholic Church. Kingsley Lake.Survivors i \
. e PRIDE PRIDE Survivors Include his wife, Mrs. Include a son, Fred W, < I
'
S .PULB.APART. ; Josephine: O'Brlne Fontaine of Starling and a daughter, Mrs. Leffle I
: HONEYBUNS --r: Hampton; two sons: Edward Thomas both of Starke; five sisters I
; Fontaine of Oxford. Cobn. and Mr*. Ussle Starling of Jacksonville (
Thomas Fontaine of llunllngton. Mr. Lillie Bores of Mlddleburg. Mrs. I
BREAD e Conn and six grandchildren.The Julia Nolte of Orlando. Mrs.' Edna 1

> 3 PACK rosary was recited Friday Pounder of Robertsdale, Alabama. I
16oz LOAF DETERGENT, nlghUNov,22.in the chapel of Archer and Mrs Jessie Kersey of Wllllston. 1
Tanner Funeral Home of Starke.. seven grandchildren ,and 10 great- 1
, "' A 3/$12? ,5,9 Funeral mass was held Saturday grandchildren. '1

, ", q. morning. Nov. 23. In Sl Edward' Funeral service for Mr Starlingwere
, Catholic Church with Father Patrick held Friday afternoon. Nov. 24.
' Foley officiating. Burial was In In .Oak Grove Baptist Church with'

u ''Hampton Cemetery. Rev. Hugh C: Taylor. pastor y of the
.', "',' ..,. Archer-Tanner Funeral Home of church,' offlelatwgJ DeWitt C..Jon a ,
l"''H<;...' Starke was ..tchar,. of Funeral Home was.. in charge ,of I si
'' 1jt""A'" arrangement < ** '
arrangement
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Page Ill TELEGRAPH Nov.30. lt7S _.... .4 PS LEGALS -
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NEWS and amfYI Lord FOR BRADFORD Telephone' : 904/984- PROCLAMATION
AREA / Me.andMrs. Jerry .
. HAMPTON 12/7. 1978 CLEAN UP PAINT
: f by Dolor Mrng Cathtir:""''Jackie and Wayne ofMarlngoukn COUNTY FLORIDA B7Q1. 11/30 2tchg UP WEEK kDECEM8ER

Phone IBM-Ills !; Loulsl. .. PROBATE VISION. N of Jacksonville. Miss Melody Masud -i s Fie Nurrerf78- TARGET AREA 1
Including venison and wild turkey : OF DECEMBER, 1978.
SENIOR CITIZENSThe ESTATE
RE
IN
REHABILITATIONOTYOF
Hampton Senior Citizens Club acquired by Emory early this hunting stayed on to spend the weekend here. Hampton Elementary LESLIE: WILLIAM
Thanksgiving guests of the Francis Lunch
will meet tomorrow (Friday. Dec. II) season Rita ,. Menu MORRIS Deceased.NOTICE STARKE FLORIDA Prodamatlonj
Meng family were Mng. of Dec.*-*
In the city hall at 2 DRAINAGE
p.m. STREETS
All adults are invited to attend.CONGKATULATIONS Hampton Lake News Gainesville Kussell Lawrence Gilbert Meng and Karen Mr. and of MONDAY Dec. Hamburger on OF AND SEWER WHEREAS, The CityConxrdseloners'of
Mrs.
,, the
bun. French
fries lettuce tomato
IMPROVEMENTSINVITATION
CONGRATULATIONSEdward Micanopy. Mr. and Mrs. David Mengof pickle apple sauce cookie milk. ADMINISTRATIONTO City of Started recognize

Starke and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene TUESDAY. Dec. 5- Chicken ALL PERSONS TO the need to have a Clean

Mr. and Mr. Hank LoU are the and Anna Clayton are the Meng and Angela. underwent casserole, green peas tossed salad HAVING CLAIMS OR BIDDERS' Up Pent Up Week' ; and
proud grandparents of a grandson. Gerald Meng an DEMANDS AGAINSTTHE "
proud grandparents of their grandson cranberry sauce peanut delight, hot
Michael Myers, born on emergency appendectomy al ABOVE ESTATE The
Clayton City
born on November 21. John Wesley biscuit milk.WEDNESDAY.. Notice Is hereby given WHEREAS
Wycoff was born to John and Janis November 25. weighing 8 Ibs. I ox. Bradford County Hospital on Monday, Dec. ft- Corn dog AND ALL OTHER that the) City of Starke. Commission in cooperation

Wycoff of Melrose in Alachua General Michael Is the son of Alan and Peggy cole slaw baked beans, doughnuts PERSONS INTERESTEDIN will receive sealed with! Merchants and
; Florida,
who live in Mr. and Mrs. John Bawek, Brenda THE ESTATE:
Hospital. He weighed e IDS. Band one- Clayton Myers now peach half milk.THURSDAY bids In the City Council Property hereby
half ox. and measured 19 Inches. Detroit. Michigan. Paternal and Paul spent Thanksgiving Day Dec.- Frledchicken, YOU ARE HEREBY dedicate; andWHEREAS
grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. John with !her parents. Mr. and Mrs. OttisMillenbine. NOTIFIED that the Chambers, City Hall.
Maternal grandmoter Mrs. Sammie mashed potatoes green. lima, pear
Florida 32091
Stark.,
of Heights. Maternal in Orlando. Brenda and administration of the A
Fowler of Jacksonville. Maternal Myers Keystone half hot roll. milk. hood does
unit 6.00 P.M. o'clock: on
great are Mr. and Mrs. Paul stayed there until Sunday when estate of Leslie WII.mMorris all the
great grandmother Is Mrs. Ethel Lott grandparents FRIDAY Dec. B- Fish portion grits the 7th day of December, exist whereby
Taibi of Graham. Maternal their grandparents brought them deceased File
of Hampton. Alfonso turnip greens hush puppies orange Construction named parties may loin
1978 for the
great grandmother Is Mrs. Mabel back home. They enjoyed the Juice. Jello. milk. Number\ 78-453 la pending together In one effort to
GRATITUDE Clayton of Old Tappan New Jersey. Rollerskating Palace there and hud a In trw Circuit Court for of the Streets Drainage accomplish the project so
'
Sewer
Congratulations also to William nice vacation. Bradford County. Florida and Improvemenu. described:
Trigg who. recently had word that he Mr and Mrs. Delmar Williamson. Probate Division the Then sM bids will
Fontaine wishes
Mrs. Josephine to BUS Class of 1957
read
thank all here friends and neighborsfor was the lucky winner of two dinner Patty Johnny and Tracy Bradley left oddreu<< of which la Bradford be publicly opened, NOW THEREFORE I I.
recorded.
the prayers, concern gifts and tickets at a drawing for a good cause Wednesday to spend Thanksgivingwith County Courthouse aloud and Joseph N. Warren,

assistance at the time of the death of in Los Angeles, California. Neva's mother Mrs. Verna Committee to Meet Starke. Florida. The will The be above located construction in the Mayor-Convnedatar erf

her dear husband. Bill. DeWItt in Monticello. Alabama. They personal representative of the City of Starke, do
THANKSGIVINGThanksgiving enjoyed traveling over the Mobile Bay A committee meeting to finalize the estate a)Joan Morris Northeast area of the City hereby proclaim. the week

THANKSGIVINGMrs Bridge seeing the Mississippi River plans for the reunion of the Bradford whose address Is Route 2. of Starke Florida. of December 4 through

weekend visitors of and sightseeing along the way. They High Class. of 1957 Is set Monday. Dec. Box 144, Stsrka, Florida .This project consists of December 9, 1978 as 1978

Evelyn Vaughn Mrs. Evelyn the Paul Meng family included Mr. brought along home several cotton 4. at 7 p.m. In the Starke Elementary 32081. The name and the installations of approximately CLEAN UP PAINT UP

Powell. and William Lahn were und Mrs. Hill Meng. Dana and plantJI. Cafeteria. address of the personal 1 3860 L.F. of 8- WEEK In the City of
Mr. and AE.1: Stanley Benckowskl had All those Interested are invited to inch vitrified clay: sewer
Thanksgiving dinner guests of Mr Michael of St. Petersburg. Navy representative'a attorneyere Starke<< Florida end In
and Mrs. Donald<< Fouler of Lake Mrs. Martin Meng of White Springs; an early Thanksgiving celebrationwith attend. set forth below. pipe and appurtenances recognition of outstand
Duller. Mr. and Mrs. Thcron Hunter Adam his family and friends. Prior to The class reunion for the 1957 .All parsons having and the construction of ing contribution to the

Mrs. Josephine Fontaine spent and Kenee. of Keystone Heights his three week visit here he spent time graduates Is set Friday. Dec. 29. at claims or demands approximately 6,000 feet City for1 this effort.

Thanksgiving Day with her sister and Joyce Menfi of Keystone Heights Mr. in Australia and Japan. While homehe the Starke Golf and Country Club against the estate are of new paving with

brother m-Iaw, Mr. and Mrs William and Mrs. Randy Scogglni and April baRRed a deer with the Sampson starting around 6 p.m. required. WITHIN THREE related drainage and Dated this 27th day of

Schaub. in Crescent City. She and Mr and Mrs. Kenny McClure and City Hunting Club. Although he new MONTHS FROM THE appurtenances. The City November, A.O., 1978.
returned home on Friday.Mr. Kaxey. home he and a friend drive back to : DATE OF THE FIRST reserves the right to Joseph N. Warren-

and Mrs Gerald Adkins Bill was successful In bagging a San Diego California In a CJ7 1079! ., 7. 6? PUBUCATION OF THIS sward a Contract' or toreedvertls. M yorCommitlsioner.Merrill. ,

enjoyed Thanksgiving Day with theirdaughter deer<< near Interljchen so had a supply Jeep he acquired on his leave. Stanleyis NOTICE to file with the ., whichever Edwards City
and son-In-law. Mr. and of venison to take along home. working as an Airman Engineer. IiA' LJJ"II clerk of the above court may be in its best interest. Clerk.<<

Mrs.( Emory I'revatt Sr. of Starke. Among those enjoying Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Smith had written statement of any The) project is to be Itchg: 11/30.:
other were Mr. andMrs. Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs. word recently that their! son. Army claim or demand they financed: totally by a
Among guests
Calvin Richard of Oca la. Mr l.ysle Williams and family were Steve Spec 4 Bill iT.J. Smith is in the \ walkers used to "'ve. Each claim Federal grant from the
and Geoann; Layman and family of Medical Training Division at Fort Export stilt m be In writing and Department Housing and
of
and Mrs. Joel Smith Jacksonville OF INTENTIONTO
be sbU to travel at fait as a NOTICE
>
and
: Frances and Jon Cottle and Sum Houston Texas. must indices the basis for Urban Development
and Mr. und Mrs Emory: I Prevail. Jr Tampa hone could trot. Th footrest REGISTER
family. Ann and George Masud and Mr and Mrs Gerald Adkins the claim, the name and shall be referred to as
and Emory: III of Gainesville.They NAME
son fI"
often FICTITIOUS
all appreciated the good<< food family and Frances and Walter Ross enjoyed the Friday visit of their ncice or six* they foot used above wire the ground. add<
the agent amount or attorney claimed.: If Plans, Specifications: I 86509. Florida Statutes
and other Contract Documents notice: is hereby given that

On sate Thursday, the the claim date la when not yet It due wilt are on file and maybe the undersigned James E.and .

due shaD be examined at the officeof James A, Starling
& Saturday become
Friday of P.O. Box :356,
c -EAGLE I I. stated. If the claim: is contingent the City Clerk Starke both
H .. OPEN EVERY NIOHTTIL or unliquidated Florida and at the office Starke. Florida 32091
10' CHRISTMAS doing business under the
'TIL MCLMMMOSUMOAV the nature of the uncertainty of Beasent Hammack: & ofBULLINGTONS
firm name
shall be stated. It Ruckman: Inc., Co.ult.Ing
.. the claim ta secured the and Design Engineers
.Upersuper security: shall be 2000 Corporate Square STUDIO. 104 West Call
Street Starke Fla. 32091
descrbed.: The claimant Boulevard, Jacksonville:
shall deliver sufficientcopies : Florida, 32216. Plans and .intends to register said

of the claim: to the Specifications may be fictitious name under the

clerk to enable the clerk to purchased from Beseem, provisions of aforesaid'

W r gl prices. muM one copy to each Hammack: Er Ruckman: statute.
fl t personal representative.AI Inc., for the sum of James E. and James A.

i persona interestedin $30.00 per set non- Starling joint owners
Dated this 23rd day of
refundable.
whom a
e the estate to
; Save toMEN'S : of this Notice of CITY COUNCIL OF THE Nsnt er., A.D., 1978 at
from copy
LT take a holiday] high prices up 51% Administration has been CITY OF STARKE. Starke<< Florida.12/14.:

mailed are required.WITHIN FLORIDABy 11/234tpd
DENIM THREE : MorriD Edwards City

VIZIR ALARM J' .. OR CORDUROY 1-;>\ MONTHS FROM THE Clerk.

f JEANS-SAVE! DATE OF THE FIRST 11/9 4tchg. 11/30.
PUBUCATION OF THIS I
-a 1 NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO
--- NOTICE to file any REGISTER
I NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO
eG 6.88
/ ; LN : objections they may have REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME
'
0
chatanges the velld- ,.4! Pursuant'! tol.sSection'i48mA0"4Flbrktit !
WERSUPTOle.- aoJp .,,.FICTITIOUS; NAME
dtMt decedent1*v.4th8i y; '. Rurauonl so Section: e ,, 1 StMutea,
; ?- "
Cnotea of xewrwas 10'S ; .
-- S "iMcwish'ereby, \ jviinthat
.
=._ d \ down or\; &n 86609. Florida Statutes
.. r r :: := : personal representative,
..
4r. t .adooyNwnlfWln / notice is hereby given that the undersigned Gerald Land .
.AVf2.DO ". .AW2.arJ hawa << ':' or the venue or jurisdiction .
Joan A'Crawford.Rate
pocfcat*. ban IOODS.. arabartaekad ... the undersigned Robert E. .
AM/FM CLOCK RADIO PRIC CUT ON A 1200W tor sirs clue of the court. Allen, J,. and Betty M. 3, Box IIS, Starke<< ,
AT A BARGAIN PRICBI. TURBO PRO DRyeR \ .bllll Man' aUaa 1S-3S. .cr-' .ALL CLAIMS.AND Allen 1304 North Bedford Fla. 32091. doing bus!
DEMANDS.
WAS H7.88 8.88UgMtmght. > \ \\ /i OBJECTIONS NOT SO Street Starke Fla. ness under the firm narmof
.AVIlIJfIT013"
j. aLarga tasr 32091 doing business GERALD'S FINA 70
MEN LONG OR SHORT SLEEVED SHIRTS FILED WILL BE
Hobtad olgltal numar- compact daalgn IfnioeTOR[ itK! :J \ AT PRICES YOU'LL HARDLY BCUEVEIOWOUT FOREVER BARRED. under the firm name of
..., muaw or busier ....m. win datacftaMe ooncamrator I t r Q gY .Date ,of the first "STARKE PRINT S.Walnut Street Starke

SAVE VAN WYCKJUICEROR ; +' SLIIVIOMSS OHWTS 3 43 WE"I...!. publication of this Notice SHOP", 107 East CaD Fla. 32091 intends to
a Administration Nov. Street Starke Fla. register said fictitiousname :
of :
SAVE 5.00 ",OCTOR-' X IRONspeCIAL $PJ AO 30. 1978. 32091, intends to register under the provisions

PRICE ON A WERE UP 9 83 QV i ',U.MWI..U LONG SLCIVE 4 96 Jean Morris As said fictitious name under of aforesaid.
7" COLORADO SPRUCEI TO tear Coa \ Personal' Representativeof the provisions of afore.said statute
Snort Maava dreg ahirta ara potyaMar/eolton. long
29 87. lrIeI .hitoar i \ ata.v>...... triirn ara woes"",-w. Sicaa s to XL. the Estate of Leslie statute.
a and avat -'. William Morris Robert E. Allen Jr. and Gerald L and Joan A

WAS 34 OTFlameratardant h i Deceased. Betty M. Allen, owners. Crawford |JOInt owners.
<< construction" t y I *w w ATTORNEY FOR Dated this 9th day of Tilted this 23rd day of
aully.--lor ramartab Uib M PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE November. A.D. 1978 at November, AD. 1978 at
.. raaHtml' M.... .,lam Inc
: George H. Starke Florida. 11/9 41pd Starke<< Florida.

C 4 IAl1UI11i/NR/ Pierce. P.O. Drawer 1000 11/30.: 11 '23 4tpd 12 14

1 : J, r nine r '

LKe ;'lane-- Rre-a-Rds -J: I

f r tl -tt>. is r 1dtilltir r r rear. -

f ,; N 1 / GARAGE KALEiH.ni.hold' FOR SALE 1976 Hawla 200 IDEAL FOR RETIRED ar

louse, eI....... ale. Fairway. ('B. Eacall.nt coadlllaa. ...."/ serried New .u..*-
Y Ava. aaar W ....'* Club.. alactrla' ".'1. Rebuilt live Ia...., Clay. County,
1AY HT% IAVlrD% $AYl.Sl7! 1 PR. *... t .... la S p... Itchf. ...IM. Mart sell 47S-1344. r..... yard good I.......
20-OOHTSBT OReAT IUY ON %".SOO"CELLO 1130.B A.k far Rob tick, 11 130. II.... ,li lma .....,.. Mcaearpallng
MARKED DOWN I ROLL'PANR TAPIPeouceDI r BAVt 14* SAVE UP TO 21* sad aaaay oilraa.Caolury .
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STYLISH' SAVINGS ON FAMOUS UNDERWEAR R i A O- YOURTOOTHBRUSH f 21 Bkawcue Pra-
93C 67C 411Prataalad i tie MEN'S KNIT POLOS NOW SPECIALLY PRICED' : sad nova ,.....*. la... a..,.... 473-
WAS..n- >< 1.11 3 BR. Z batka, Danbla-. GARAGE 8 A LEiAppllaaca '1903 K.,.,... Hlgkt'
WASf WAS' / 2 96 ..3 96 wide ....11. ba... Lra 11/30.
immature<< 35 *q, n brightly Tranaparant lapa al l SEW, TCSMe termite, Itchg
peel. Bulb. 1 *pare. colored girl a..... apodal rwHdty pnoal \ yard Poke. aataa**..claaa ,. clotka' sad ..I...'....... -- -,..--...---
TaxturlMd" nylon knrl. puckateoHar. Polyaatar/ootton T-aMrU orknil ..,". ..(lunar "" .,..ri... .. Bla; Lake 8..., Kaad C-
.AMI._.......UlL. bnaf M packajaa ol,. OaMry Zl Hk*.ca>. p... 219. Faltow .!*... 0..... 2-3 LAND FOR SALE

IAYIU! % iOLOBALlY i- -. \ ......., I.... Baallar, 473- 10 .m. Ill 4 p... Call 475. K.,..... Halgkla Mca
e O 'm .s b1 N 1S:IN 903. .,. ." H..,,,,*,Fb. 1837. ltck. 11/30 tries ao I ta 10 acre tract .to
A' luiia 11/30. ----- --
....
BATT.RY oalgkbarkaad saw ...
C' ro*!KENT Ooa klaek I... FOR RENT, Olllca .paTTln Kama Pots permit aiakllakaowa
H "'.. Vary
K.jritaa .1. .
sad .1.1.
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1 : mat dreM.ws S SE Elaatrlabttabaa come "
Nti reaieaabla and airily, kika.. Priced .. ..H wltklera
.,..bell tarpat*a4Oraaaa.41334 ,........ Cal 6S4-4981 D.,.
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MOTOR ... Ira 200 dews MO
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.......... SAVE UP TO 41" ? t .3. Ita4 11/3O er M-2883 Eva a log.. Itckg
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atk. Caaanwrelal'
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lor. Nhi
long YOUR CHOICBIo. It/30. fesulag.. .. SR-21 ....II.hl..
HELP WANTED Lie...... -------- ---- _. .
0. 4734375. d/ ..
au en .un LIMIT S 80 I w QTY Raal E.I.'. 8.'..,..... .. ....500 CUTE AS A .
SAVE! 34%! warb. K.,.... ,, BUTTON Smell .._. with -----
TYPE 1CJe FILM weal UP TO.J.4e' QQp H./U ktha Naada .... SECOND: MORTGAGE
CHECK OUR PRICB ON B"POLAR04D 1 ..... parts? ,.I oecaaa. MONEY AILABLElF.it
Qa tabbing. laalda. C.aUiry 21
G R.Edgews: Caaipball.4. A.Rosily... Jsekess.vii. $12 8.. Ii"...... Prapartlae. !.... ...".... ....ky 0,... 4731333 -
O'M .AlHIONYALUe. .. Fl 32209 3RT-ISU Raallar, 473.4903, K.,..... Llu.... ..,'....
;:0 TEE TOPS FOR LADIKSI' ; .........
C .DCNTVMCtlANaiNTOOTHPASTC. .....or. Opd. I1/30-11/21. H.I..... lukg. 11/JO. It. TEN: 11 II.
1 ql auparlor quality bMndUnH 'WxuO nw is IIQM!, ,.,,".4'4" .3 S OZ. 2 96 ....... -------- -----------. i.AKE- -----------
d q...,no eau back prlnl..........Iyt D SUM ANTt-KHSPUtANT.I OZ. .A VI!2.00 ,1 .A VIr f DO NEAT AND CLEAN FOR ALE, OAK LAKE GEliE\'AI: A op.ela)

Snort ilmi topa ba cndcaat MEN'S COSSACK JACKET BOYS'COTTON DENIM Faral'had. lake ..... .. ESTATES: ...ta ..... acre eke. bins. 11._far. that ipackilraa.

special I toyland I values I ootora,siren Staa S.M.L.. OR BOYS' HOODED PARKAov.1Q.S8 CORDUROY JEANSI papakir ..... *kiaa;' ...... ..11.." wooded tract, >large> bdreea. ,Ih-aplaea lira babkyraoai s-
1I..15/.u..
Saw CIl/A. _... Jail S21S/Do.
f AW 1.00 ...,. Florida.
3.94 In". .. 0.., large
Decor
.*...... ,.. ,.Ie. .. (3HAOO ph. 8I3-8J- .... :May sere .......
PNLL.ONKNIT SLACKS wAS-JHS' Will....... and ...'I grJva laraia C...- im. 10/im/ika-. '......, 21 Skawca ftrtl. *.
A AM A TERRIFIC BUY pry SI flbawcaaa P.. BELPII NEED SOMEONETO >. ... I..., Richter 473I9O3. -
WERE .aNS 12.88 COWUP.OY 4.88100H partlaa. ..... R..I..., 473 LOVE P.... red ead. K....... Holgktl.llckg .
1 3.96 4903. K. ..... Hal'.bl*
I ,. A. WASy.ea WEAf.ea. awoar meet eelS tbJ* bread 1130.KKNEVA.
I (( tick* 11/30. aw kaaia. S B., I aatka. .
polyaaiar w/ltarad laga.Aaat Both ara wnti ouUI InIng. Pooular MyKng w/br-LCk.d --------
conkiray ---- --
'- coMra mlim' ..... .up front Haan pookata. oaama.In boyt'alnat-lf. FOR REST K.,.._ klubao.Aaaaao ao......... ooelaaadearaga. bkokV LAKE
to hrga
......eIol briny I.:K.HTATES Joel iiaiadibrga
Heights
c. ._.. ...
D.Ie with. ,...f.I..., ncaatlaaUl. c._. 21 Sb..... Proparitaa I akaot 3 ,.
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s uses ... ....... utara'fcMM. aid. G..*. ..I..r........
I. .. Realtor, 413403
L r.,... beck .
C.III8-I.gel Dor ar yard. L. .
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Kayiloao
t 554.3053 E,....... /tcba 11/30. Heights.Itebg doubb garage. A....."..
t. mig.,. 1M .... Caotory 21
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8AVlrUPT021"JL o. MATER@ULLDOZINB MODI Lot HO MI I K.altu' 473-4903 K.y.,._

11%* FASHION DOLLS BATTERYOPCRATVDWATER "" 11.1.......Itckg' It30.
ASSORTED OUTFITS TOY fMLHCTION OU SERVICE POLES
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wQ 11.00 L:1- 2.98 81C1WALK"CI&D'. 1r. 6PtC 1p'b INS iMyg UP ra i.eaPROFESSIONAL *Bulldozer Work 100 AMt I>L'PHOI.STERY rises.' 473.2032.tab: : n..bla"

Large or Small /30..
A. -aauy T_" naa row 'n c.boltaria*not a d.t|TA 28 S 8 PRO TENNIS SNEAKERS MSN'S S"VINYL SHOES 1:3: $.
turn-MM and banoama togalJoan 10" watartlgM ban.--. D FOR MCM/WOMBN/BOYS> WORK SHOESPOM LESS AT A BAROAIN FRtCKIManytai Land Fill BKASINGTON
OUT' haa movotx* 0. 'u-O uo wtm buMaiC. "" OUR DISCOUNT PMCEComnrti OUR outs aoo AMP
orma/Hoa.IwM ammWOssA 14"luxury .ccnn anarO DISCOUNT 88 11 94'WIRIUfl4! 88 o.dIlIec -gdemobfl..
C. Oanwi ourm Plaalle awlnmiani frogman. from boy't to gtrfi.AdluMaMo PfIIICI. r" *PondsWILBUR sales
--Aaaortad aiyr)kMka.D 1.OMmrMng long. hananoir a MatAMwnMy _bow dw m man'. rdo.d a. Ina a.s.me.
torerHwr "If
doN ctorhaa' dwsgsw "yy iippy
FaaMonaMe
do*. Shoes, arcs km ,. uTana O not-...-. 1.16 I.woman10..boy*' -4. ,....,.cols b_..,./a. asp aods Ii on.n'Sso. WATERS Selection 0fdrod

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|No rttpontibl'* tori Flan AND SECOND FORD PICK-UP, b.h EFFICIENCY: APTS 0.. LOANS' Y. PHONE ACRE Mobile homo VACUUM CLCANCMtl: ,

error* when given over mortgage ..... ...U..... ...... XL.T mode*. 1971.. BR, ........, Ill N. HOMEOWNEK Von may loll, NO DOWN will nit bo o......... I
( Feet eervieo. Becky Dyer !.* a .'ed .1 U0 or PAYMENT. ,. ooalif led .
the phone or when copy| ,... otter 8,30, ..... 964. T..pleA.CH.doe. ooalif r KlrbyLUo time guar.as.i PHONI *o4-777.
not typed and brought* Phone 474-23S1. LIc..... 9271. 11/13 Itchf. |$2I.I97PINTOt lacndod, ......1' ...ul oiore oo the ooolty .IB yeer. H,.,. Ralph Bryan Realtor, Kirby. (rebuilt-) I yearvcreoteeiEUclrokiaS In, 205N.TEMPLEj3t.'ARKI ,r
'tit Mortgage Briber. 11/10 ...... A ppM.aiiei take by 9644)788.. ll16TFcag.ANTIQUE .
IMl from 11./... N. ,... ... ( yearuaraotooi ;
the office -
----- $ FLORIDAMARY
4tchg 127.CHRISTMAS. --- ------ ... W SI alee bay c> | .
l.tMertpaB
ee.ae-... odolt' ..". 1'..... E.8. ph. ---- ( Hoovor I yearuaraatooi '
.. h. .. h' ---.- AC .PStI.t.4sl.a.AM'FM 8....... 984-7344. 11/21 ot ..I..t.W STORE, Locotedoo ( E...... t yeargoaroBtoei HAS A LITTLE LAND
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Hem Itlo. J. TIM Liron.dM.t..g.to' US 301. Ready ,.
; i SHOPPERS .Ilk 4 epeakore. ...... 2ukg 1130.APARTMENT. *.. I. 81 operatoi moving mom oolL Hear1-Come yearnaraoloo. A I fvorywhor* that Mary wont, the saw that real

!; :Need entra Intent....availableworking "? (icedeuro .ra.... 4 cyL ....... Hatchback ;, Ki.g.1.y' 40. ...pt_ F... 32044. T.,.. to suIt. "buyer. ,..._ Young II 1/2 .1... ooo N. 3011$ ..lat. was sound Invoitmont. So. she usid 115111leverage

.ad.1 with realwladaw Like. ooe bedroom. living; 468-1842.: il/tl 2tpi 11/30 804-378-8473 or .,It. P.O. Burke 984-4918. llpd to gtt started and bought torn of Itorown.
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:..". **GOO' P'R"I'"E""S"; PAID' "' I.' Dl.lrwetar. ....... 964-8KON., d..lug... I..... thai room, dining. Oreo, euoreom, SIGN* PAINTING) F.... Boa 1049. Alocboo Fla. 11/30. Now .ho hat a tan ....11.,. and) a bo bjtaflalntt

;ly ..... mobile tome. If mart- II fl3 2tchg 11/30. 6.000 .11. PhMM 964--411I04 tile huh ele* II It...... oil _..., 5onpif.,S.. Rady *| 321115. 1111. TF Ic....._ ----.------- Inflation. Later on. she could exchange bar
after Si30 11/30 --
.are I I. 114 poW.' -.,.. / p.m. ZtpdI ...... AC, ..,........ Yearly. Waldo Fl. Market. Friday, BAH I A HAY I Argooloia. KIRBY VACUUM property and watch her little land grow Into a big I

:,' OLIN'S MOBILE HOME .. .. .. ...teL Lake and daR. prlvl- SaL 8....' .Mcedc,. TF- highly' I IIII..... 1'..... 984- CLEANER Repoooocood- o.1....
-- ------ lego r.... 133.Z9SI. 111111 8071. Uch.. .. Rod with. attach .. I
SALES 964-M06. 0... T : ..1g.R6R BOWI TtRWILLEOAft REALTY can help.' Wire

.. day w..kIdF.h!!..-- ; t tf tJ ; \CADILLAC lLI.E. 1170.COUPE....11.DE.. 3lpd 11/30. "--- : w-u'8 'SV8EOF miami Now ...,....., touch" with Bradford County. Mary can lnvat In

.. WANTED Mobile .home- ...dIU... inquire Tempta :' LA N DC LEA RING, VACUUMS) Many brando otoew 225.00 Al Y.... |II I/I anything from apartment farms. small hou$5.
((1 OMt k'Si( j P..r work Ian.. and ....iii.e. ...... v... mH.1 N. 3011) 8...... 946918. .
a....... Ih-oa. W.I..1a .,. . ... !Motel. US 301 North. : t 0 .. large hou.... flora to vacant commercial ;
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..... 418,211211. .
l .. 8/17 Itpd 11/38.
OLIN'S MOBILE HOME 8to.... lift 11/30. "", ", ''d .. ,,, ",.. : machme. .......1.. Paris Call and find out how YOU can
1978 SUZUKI GT IRS .. .. ... tr-e..... .. for all property. now
BALES "' -6'". 0,.. 1 .. ". H and ..... '1. ------------
't -- -- ------ .,..... little land that' sure to grow.
....u... ceadltlel. 2300 ,
***. *..Ia. d/c.*. vacuum .,....... 404 N.W CHAIN LINK FENCE
mB... .. .. 1977 HONDA CIVIC, Y.II_ THREE BEDROOM two li'iwTMA" "H ES
bought
May for 10th A.... Galoeevlllo. lactallodfree ......,.*.
".001). wIll cell Hatchback. 1'.... 473-7IS1 bath homo. .. good four REPAIRED) All ..11.. PREFERREDPROPERTIES!
WORK WANTED I. ,... over I. HOG( Pbooe378.7UO. II/c... Call Manning F.... t
with .Mggog rack. P.... alter 6 .... Itckf 11/SO. a,,.. ot I.... Ii..r.'. ...., .... and adjected. .
IraBor ....1..' Or ... tt 8 Gp i TTNF Compaoy 473-4822. 11/30 120 ACRES NEW RIVIR SECTION- 81130. ACRE
..... 3 ..... ....a31l1l. Itpd 11/30. ------ -- hulldleg with llalihed 17. Work .....t.... J.... .
Iil.WOODED
; over ) 7tpd .
yoo ...
year for ell. ,
earvleo.Seo Rudy at Owner will finance strong
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lad tt '..! BeoloeT7 24 ISIS HONDA HOBBITM .pe,..... and .. .. .. Htrtcklaad,.....,of Morgan eaed.y .
B80i Market. --------- 3 BR 2 full I Hugo
Friday with
Wilde Floo ---- 1301 PRATT Lovely homo
8507 pml Doty 299 milooi coed Biro area with elalb. plgpeo Rood and Hwy 16. tf/ckf.
,j.' 9109.951 II 80' SUZUKI GT I.. .bay! lor ChrlMma.. 13"" 0.00 and ..... 1'..... with, Sit. S..., II....". TFpc.... ONE ACRE. woO family room. CH4A. double garago..beautlf. I
S69.95. Cal ....., 984-8A98.. .11..... ,.... 964 8861.llchg tank light pole Lime
11/30. Ph... 964-SS29. llpd 11/30. irrigation lyitem. M.., iij G. IUTLi.INC. -----. -------- eeplie groundt..mlnt condition' .,.owner moving to Mel-
11/30
., !tl-______ ccl,... '3 .5oo. Cal altar 4 and ..p.I... ... FROSTFREE rock driveway aid portloly rote.
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WE BUY PECANS ..11;. AMC! GREMLIN 1976 >.... 46-2957. 11/JO 4tchg lalic.... katkc taolly REFRIGERATOR) 1975 I.. ... 3 I /2 miles' 8. of 32ACRES! 821,000. Fla. land It your very best
'64- 698.' 11/30
Stacks ZtpdI
W. crock p.... Warn. ........ .eeadltieo, S .,1". 11/21. ..... Brkh .block. cea- '..IIc.. good ..adll..... t25.Pfcooe / hedge agalntt' inflatIon.PERFECT.NOTNINOTOBEDONE3BRI. I

wrlgkl. Peeao Co., Storko : 10$1' i d.,. radio, .....,. 3 ..... --.- --- .,.... Fireplace epeclaHcte. 9 4-8997. llpd 11/30. .,.2 B I''
Farmer M...... 11/2 ---- -------
TF FOR SALE OR RENT 65 fl. Griffin CoaetrartleB. pkoo. .
Uw ".700. --- -- ....00 M.
trio. mileage. ---- SWO .
1 / 1 Acre. Brick 122,000: mtg
HOME on
HTUCCO .1t..R.
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Ph... 964-6103 .r '''-6553. throe BR, CeocorJ ....1.. 473-2108 or 473 2578.TFckc. GARAGE SALE) Saturday,
t ..'.... CH AA. wood leocooo. Incld.' lads Inturance.
ltcb( 11/30. homo, pirtly furul.hed., I)... 2. from 9 .... lo 5 p.m. .
JHISCElUMtOUS : LOST IN BRADFORDSQUARE.Ba.iut Good. c."It".. tt.ROO or 319 St. Clair Storko. Late .1 Ne.301. 22.000 Eoolly MARY HAS A LITTLE LAND 2 houses on Pratt I
with -- ---------- tllO/moalhly. ,..t. ,.... ALCoiuiLicS"NONY.MOUSi toy*. girb .od .ladlM c........ I27.0OO M.n.>.. ot 8 3/4 St. one house 8U.500 next door 111000. Begin

laleroitleial Flag' C..... FORD GRANADA 1175. 4do. .....7... 11/30 TF/c"/ ". 1'91146894 or .lec.U..._.. Ilckg 11/30. perceot |2l6/oiel.. Call 984- now with this Invsstmint.BEACHFRONTUS.000.3. I
Reward .".,.... ,.AT. AC.PS, PB. extra 6500., 944..80'1.1.' ttochf
Cal 473- !
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FREE Pl'Ppl'ES, Ph... 4656 after 5:30 ... cl.... ....9 A.... AutoS '--- -- --- .. .
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D64-57I6 alter. 3 p.m. Itpd II/30. p .l.., K.,...... 4734470. DOl'BLEWIDE MOBILE BRADFORD SEPTIC I'IVEACRES .. L....'. ,.. SWEET--- POTATOES oodMfircaae on beach- miles North of St. Auguttlno. ,

11/30. Itchg 1130.HONDA HOME 1973. ".sa. ha. TANK SERVICE Bradlerd ale by. ...... Pfceoe 782- ...d. Lee StorlW NICE COUNTRY HOME! II 'l A. $48,000. OF ,
-- thick birch paa.llt doubhmwbilloB recUeolktl .....-...,.. '.0. 3522. 11/30 Jtchg 12/7 loon 111,000 304."Mo. Pay. Bett farming land.S f
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2 ,
oatioe oualHyawamra. Ceataiorclal. ead industrIal BRICK HOME t .. old 4 BR t
STATION -- -- ------ ACRES BCHS
WAGON, .U_ I I II ...t.... 2 .b>rgeBK Fully. IIc......., Phone 964 STRETCH YOUR XMAS 11/30. .
IIIo rn (Doo (lJ JVVJJffi( 1970. 4 A completely furnished. I
12&11. ... Bit 12018. -- --- -- -
8121. tl/.... I
DOLLARS the
.... AT low mll.ege, al DoDroplo
GARAGE SALE .
CouatryClub 3 BR
eicell.lt coodUteo. 511.0410.il.naial PRECIOUS HOME ON PRATT Neat
Protect Your III. .
And furnace ....
II.
12.. 0. A dome Auto Salee, "" Borgalo Shop Ladlee
r Drive Storhe.
bible la Olio ,
Hive Your Furnace Serviced ml BILL'S: SAW SHOpTcTeovplcte .... 127.900.
RegularlyOil 4734470. Toye
Key.leoe. Itckc early layaway .
.... 7 9 I.
aid elllld.r.
r--.e1l;; Mobile H... Potift with clothee. .
FINANCED 213 REDGRAVE Theydon't
... OWNER
cherpoalnf .. .
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and Gilt Item
11/30. Big oomaay '
Cu Furnaces .. .. 13"bleycls.
.. 9648748. rlelhe
.. .t.L P. toy
Appliances 130/
hood carbide. build like used to-J SRI B- Isrgshorns I
clrcelor them
,. It.... Great bargauela they
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-------- 11/30 TV Ich.. .. .1. II. toy
CALL JR StAblES ch.... oower blade hollow ..... luralture. New op.. large lot near town.
782.332E 1978 DATSUN PICKUP ,....,. Saturday 9 .. 2
964-8962 TODAYUnion -- ,..ad and balanced.. Leave. US p.m. I
loot bed extra CMC.. S3.3SO.Adim. IR eo Sundays I to 5 p Itpd 11/30. 11,000. RUSTIC HUNTING LODGE! Cypress j
A... S.I... K.,. BY OWNER) 3 I bath at J.c.... BuIlding' Supply. 301 South put McDeaald', .lodge with 2 baths on I aero. Imagine. !
-- - brick .I.... Oa Hwy 23O lit..... or K..o.. Hvlakte' .. Stork. Ilckg 11/30. --- -- --
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.... H.'. 4734470. USED? ADDING 40 ACRES FOR DEVELOPMENT Farm on I
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... mile 1 he.pllal. lf/ch|. .
W Ant Rds Itckg 11/30. 131,000. P1.. .. cal for appI.Ph. MACHINES. cokuUter and Beiient Rd. coiy home plus trailer In tuperb .
: -- ---- ... 984-8878. 11/18 TOMMVS" -LAhOCLEAR.: GIANT GARAGE $ALI .(lire ...11. Phone 964.5389.luh ., condition $55,000. '

--- _ _ GMC CAMPERi Extra TF Ic". INGi; Cp'." bulldoi.r omethlog Ion ..."' 0...Soil ( 11/30. 'IDEAL LOCATION 1228 E. BESSENT RD. I 1
eleao, low ..... mail ... compictor. .h....... 2 .... .
of
the
..,Ia. PIa._ .-573.. 9/14 _.. -- ------ -- Cartful maintenance hat preterved quality
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FEUSOKAL coke *
IZ.99S. Adam. Aolo 8.1... MOBILE MiWjpaya.r.
: ll/chg. FILL DIRT. top loll, this home which features a 'large den and a Iarg.b.droom4 !
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; held Item.
I'lITjYARD: :: K..t.... 473-4470. Itch- .? Buy direct Inc.lartory. .pplianton.clothing. fouodotleoe and ,.r... BR2 BCH&A'.cr..n.SOO. \
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SERVICES' 11/30. Lirge .....'1.. ot HANDYMAN ; 'All ".home Beeki. perlabU .11 Jimmy M.rtlo. 964 8230.
24,14.12wldei. STARKE .heater, C.I.... .t...., 40 ACRES-HOME-TRAILER HOOK UP NEAR
--- ------ repabra. bitarlnr/exterlan 11/10 TF Ich..
SALEr .Weekloag CUSTOM MADE FORD PICKUP 1971. ionswho.l HOME CENTER US 301 .......U... .heucewaehlniaod Much .0'.. Rain or ihioo8M _ __ __ __ H LULU Farm Home Adm. Mortgage of appro. I I544.oo0..t
D. St.. Stacks
Fri. I thru W. Medlnoe
.un"' DRAPERIES, Furoltur te .... to buyer. J
bo... tl.100. Adam. Norlb.Opeo9 .Ia.1 toG S cent. Money qualified
peiotlof. Sp.eialnat.st.rmo per I
Saturday D... 9. PlaBla .... floor e.'I...! free Auto Sal. Kayileee.. 473- Suadir. ,.... ....11741. ., ,., cooler ..., to church. Friday aodhalurday OAK FIREWOOD) Will cot 4 LOTS EACH 100'x250 Market Rd. Laurel T, 4
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clot.... kalckkaache, lurtboard eilhoilee. ol your I.. ... Ifdig.BLOCK. llpd 11/30. and haul lo long body pick .
.IIH......_. II.... SAW Eoterprbie. Ed .. 4470. llcbg 11/30. cltl..... Pros cctlmalcc. -------- up. (25 I., lull Inch ever BaptIst Church turn right on dirt road 12500. eachor ,
I Ooo Urlgger. 1190 S.W. let Loma Stephen., 4962219. ---.--------- : HOME with 1 led- Pheae V64-8981 .liter p..4fer 'YARD SALE t C.,., ot N.Tho.p. I n cord. r.... 468.2824. will negotiate If Interested .In all. '

T.rr. Behind ,...u. MH 9/14 tlnehf FORD RANGER too Ikt-. rooroi, I batbi,with I 12 icre. .Immediate altaatleo. ... and Aodrewi St. 10/28 Tt'/ch. CHARMING HOME 717 W. CALL. TranqulIliving' !'

Park. 11/30 2tehg 12/7. ".d. 1974. PS. PB. 4 .pe.... af I.... Carpet CH/A, GENERAL CARPENTRY, 2 block behind Powelf' .- _.- --..-- -.- Interior decorator did. an excellent |ob with
NEED CASHW. boy Juoh 13.250. A.dame Asia S.'... Pheoo 782-1377 &1111 111.1.. doorbaackio I).' F,..... Mlicillaoeoui TENDER! watered and drap. plus a completely new "oatln" I II
------- ----- care, plckape lid truck, Joe K. .. ... 473-4470. WORK Palatlif GOOD carpets
FOR SALE PACER CB Shaw. Ray P.UIt.1151 Itchglino. --- .- --- --- ;. .....1... .1..,.. .t..., .... furolturo. .,.... Still rooelag out my. kitchen.We .

RADIO H... er.it. Orlglaalty ., 496-2829. 5/18 tfi. tI.... ....Ir... .11_ Friday, Saturday Sunday, can. M.r..,.'. Gardea. 714 I
S296 ... ., b... .....; ------- IHU"P WA'NjE i "' .e0&4. 10/9 d/... 10 .... to ........ Itpd 11/30. Lalayelte St.. Phone 96413U. want to thank the good peopl. of Bradford I.. t tCoun'y

will tell ler "50. See SEPTIC TANK GREASE CAPRI II 1974 white, ,, ---- 11/23 2lchg 11/30. for the confidence of boty buyers and
...tw... 9 .... aod 6 p.... itCoualry TILt P. cleaneula. ... II..., excellent .....ltIe.* Four OB HOME REMOIIELING; "If GARAGE SALE Saturday, the opportunity to servo you.
Huh M... Shop orcoll rea.ooable. Joe F.,.,... the floor t...... low .1....... It'. .lo the ._. wr> d. ItfPluoiblBC. I)... I, 134 E. South St., SW DRESSES AND PANT telltrt In giving ut five
4982204. Itcbg 11/30. 431.1022. All bu.I.... ..p.p.t. Ph... 984-7910 altar 6 p.m. LADY NEEDED lo work ; .le..rlcal. eoroer .. South and Themp100. hi'ITS, 8lie. 18 1/2 ... aadabooet We have b..llin the real estate business' about

.... 3/31 tf/cfcg. ALSO 1970 Malibu ..'''0'' liadecaplag and ...11... roeoa ....ltIocI.. ., i.I. Movlag .. refrigerator, .... 1'..... 984-8512. yuan and have never had a dull day I Thank you .
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FOR SALE 1954 V-8 Ford Che voile. TFpd.BEAUTIFULLY. help la ....11 ....1..... Will Good wink ot reaeooabk luraiMre. cktthlag ml.cello<. luhg 1123.LilhionC.. for coming our way. We hope to servo you for :

door aedao. 428 Now Shelby'' USE THE LATJNDRAMAT. . trim for' .eeretary. Phoae prlcei, '.1.'...... Pbeoo 964MM7. .. ...... II.... Itckg 11/10 years to come. f
at HWY 100 by the Haody.woy. 782-3991. Living. ........ 4tch. 11.78Hmmll .. "
..1... Run oad loohi ttko .. .Wikawaih. dry -- --- Lucille Conn.r Spry ,...Associate. *o4B420J
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d.tI. .at. II deelrod.Itp.
_..#.11'.M...... ...... opprecuite.. ,........,_2* _a. ._.., .. ...,." t"iI:1": i # r ..lLfGARAGE.... .BALE, ,hdp,, -- -.
4962308. Itckg 11/30. Atteadant .. d..,..-".. : llfe. 8Ot'tDOZE1L 'WdHKT aid 8.", ...,.. ----------- .....,, ..........'1.. t....,. ..,.It.r., c...... IVarwon
---------- DEALERS WANTED, To ,.., ....ho' 'and .
FOR SALE 1969 Ford pick FUR. and I.v.Ilng. 1'... Jimmy TV. .te Pt (//I1K.S'I'R
..... handle. a major line .1 prooBgluoered .5230. elde-byilde. ,.Ir.- REALTOR
F-IOO 310 cubic eoglae.Eicellcol ; NISHED ... BR ... Martin 964 =! lI/dig dryer .
up. INSURANCEMAOES. poooU. .1 tilo bathroooi. .,..1 bin. and ..rotor, treoier. ekloo' '
condltloa. Carpet
ruBauig ..Nrlt, ..,. andlight. bulldlogi. Lucrallv ippor SISTER JEAN. spiritual hangIng. limpe. material BRANCH OFFICE Ralph Bryan Ill":.' I" T)' i II33l4(3
4962308. Itchg 11/30. paved ....It, for the right pe,... .d..... oo> all problem. el many. .lec.U...... Item.. I'N.1O1 :\ORTHI.AHTKl.M.OKIIM I
private
-------.---- : INSIRANCK: parking. Ideal for couplee. Aggre..ive farm eperater .. I..., .lell.... .."..... All lap quality.. Morgaa'a. : Real l Estate2ll7N.TmploAvo. : : ,. Tcmplroierkr.
SWEET POTATOES For At.r..tY.. 160 S. Lake A...., or retired pereooi. caa.ldered. Phone 00-325.. b..I.... She elaod n.ady Birber and Beauty Shop. 7N2.3108 I
.loglci. Florida.
Hole S7 per buehiL Elery. 8400. nk for 41.Itpd ,. h.lp t or private coe 1209 N. Au....
I..... Butler, 416 397ft. N. children or pe .. EM.celleot operator you Temple 2BR Block homo i
GrMlle I fl mile south .. (ompl.te loiurauce Service leeatloa. R.I....... 1130.DEtLElT. .....&1... phooe 782-399I. Surhe. Itpd 11/30. Large. ook Ste,.... FInlOOT P.ulll. I.ulh..ritralisr .
lot 923JOM '
L.... Butbr .. 8R-211. 496- 964-8265. US 301 North .1 St..... >rg .ra. 964-6788
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3655. 11/30 2tebg 12/7. Kveryene: I. I..r..tIm..dl.t. TF-chf. WANTED' Itpd .li/SO.. GAS STOVE tlO. Several ----.-- WA45IKI3
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BR ,
----.---- h ....... farm .1.. 1963 Ford 2 eteve 20 Ritford I
A. acrei
coverage 1pho. --- --- .' eperatar mitlree.eei )
BABYSIT I.
WILL ... Will
myhome. .
YARD SALE) Saturday ... JUt: l SliERAllY TWO BEDROOM lidS cea.idered. Meo er women S ... .... Pia... cor. very ,........1.. Uader dryer. --- -- ._ ---- 5 3/4 ..,.. with 3BR. IBhim.
D...'2. 9 a....ap.... Ca.,. : 4962I2H *. 49612MI1. ....... trafler for ,... III,. lo ....dl. major Hoc. 'oftheumadi 9644HH1. 11/30, o 2tc1g 12/7. wood Motel. 3 1/2 ..n.. coeilder. trailer OB trade. 1009 400 It., prlncammercMl. . .Id..... Zoaed Re. .'

home SR 121 Bear Raiitrd.dccl. !? I ....... 782-3332. D.." I... ef producto oeeddally .: .. .. .. North. .. Storke. luhg 11.000. .. 301 North Lele of road froatage.Out .
..,. M....,.. TV. Motel L..'.,. Itckf 11/18. by farmer.. ,..c"". VACUUM CLEANER 11/30./ .
Sterlllier" ..;. like .... IRAslI:- Rlherd I.. ----------- and ........,. Licratlv. REPAIRS (tall m.kecl Neat c.t.... adjiceil. .. --- ----- ., dice shady. 'let
-- -- Five 50 Not Iowa ,
Some toys aid ..., otbar ...r.... "....,.. t..,..... TINY FURNISHED opporleolly pirl-tlme. t.p.n: a........ .22 yean THIS'N- THAT SALE George Lake with like 1013 Law lo acree. 2BR. IB ..bo.... i

,t.... luhg 11/30. and l>.. ... Rink Building. HOUSE NO PETS OR Tre........ ...II-tl... ..ar.lag. .- Kip.rlence' A I Y.... IH., recllocr. ..,., drapei, glrle privilege. 2 gang. ley, |13 location.. .. emmgTerm. ,.
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I...... ml "3.400. ---- ----
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---- _- Phone 496 2101. Like BulUrIlHTIf CHILDREN. S135 ... .. N. .Inventory required N..301 N.I Storko Ph... clocking |6 to 6X|J. other .
1051... 1068 Lot 8r 100. --- ---------
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.. wo drop .hlp. Minim. 9644918 II I cant fU It It
3 BR. 2BA. CALL 984-8404. IIcbg ktrger ..... ake BOW boy.pant. .
HOUSE aodKvlBg ..,........ loveetmoit. Cell c..'1 .bo. III... I tod 1130.CHAIN New Chrbtmae flguriBii Remodeled 3 BR t Bath 210 Be.Mat Rd.1053i 3 or 4 BR. Owoor bee
carpeted family room ...n'" ......1..... You
1-800-323-6400. ..Ia I., I..... CH/A oa 10 acre.. -------- -- I
w/4.9 ,... tmile : NICE CLEAN c.odle '1..., co.ta,
.c ,....11. tllJOOOO.
room ... .......... ,.
omit 496' FURNISHED ... and two Operiter 33 or .r. Rural plecee, ., c. Follow .If... feacod 9 huh Ooo a. lot. olhookup .
from city ,
P ... Alee I : --- --- --
12/14. b.4r... epartmeal Flr.t America Sipply. O. B. HWY 100W. Ph... 984. tree. plus ., elf 301 North -
2098. 11/23 4lchg WANTED, 8104 Tep.ki Kansas, BR natal .._.. 15 .tIOO 12(60 Mobile Homo oo ... '
REAL ESTATE .... ..... floor." Light 5610. luhg 11/30. ----- - -
--- Individual waot* to buy 10. bichided .. ,.... 1'..... 984- 60808. Itpd 11/30. ;t LE1li ---- ------- ..,... l058iSbi. u,.., G.I.., Rd cro 12.100.00.. .
50 ,... Coib. but prefer 8071. 11/30 2lcbg 12/7, --- -- -- ---- - ,
THE OFFICE SHOP NOW oc YARD SALE Clethlog.' ----- --- -- -
STOCKS A FULL LINE OF term Write P.O. Dr.... REAL ESTATE SALES M..I... petlcry. other POULTRY FARM 1057) 0. acre and 3 BR WALDO-2BR frame, .. f

SNOOPY PRODUCTS. 278.Ab.r"ua 32613 or phone BRADFORD VILLAGE Eojey. the. "'._Ute ef full LINK FENCE It.... Very cheep.. 418 8.Tho.p. Breeder I ...... hams, off M.r... Rd. let cceveaiool localloo

Make .......rI.1 Ch'...... 4621519. N.12/21.collect cilia. APARTMENTS) Vacaocyceo training. la *. ..cl.... and material Da It ,....... oodeave. ... St.. December I. houiee. egg Call room far A Swing ----------- 'naurin... -

pr..IL 8** .... Cea aleo 11/30 4tchg BOW taking. appaca- rewarding career la real. INotallalloo. available. 2. 3. llpd 11/30. auirtore. mere 1062) I acres.4 BR. block. I,*.. .., t.........rt.I.
... ordered through the -- .-- tI.... Ooo DII. I.......... ....... C..", ., liS..... F... ..11....... HandyMan -- ---.-------- Stem Rd. : ... 9045068 '

Ualea C_." T..... Call WANTED MAID WORKS AC. walled ..tI..PbeBO 904g C... Prepertloo. I... Key F.... C., 9648559. SIlO BIG YARD SALE.Thoredoy. --- '--- --- .>..... ti. K.k... ,,
Linda al Ih. OHlee Shop days o ...Ia. or 3 ..,. a 01 beforo 8 .... 11/30 al... Height 471-4901. TF/ckg. Friday Motor. 41/2 acne tract, piloted 1064) 29 unIt metal, 101 rrlna: WI44I72tada I
9844764 .. Sylvia aid Pat ...Ia. Call 498-2270. Itpd 1F/ ". I in TF/....._ ___ __ cycle bicycle.. I... paitoro .. p.... rood Narth.1068i3BRbloch. "HrllU.rtrnl \

al the V.'.. c..." TI..... 11/30. VENDING ROUTES P ATi6'COVERS 10.20 ._.'.. larelture dl.hei. SJ50 (,... *** "WI4 5X44 .

4962261.<< -- ---- TWO ROOM AND BATHfur.I.h.d AVAILABLE MOW Fill .. 8179 .....t..... Limited. n.'... electric ...... ------.-Pratt---S..

----. -. HELP WANTED) I. Lake apartoioBt port Urn. C...,.., _.,... nupply. GATOR Ml.celleieeal. US 301 8.7 acroa 113300.
Butler ... Breaker Heady otllltlee and TV........ ...tie... C....... Iralolog.Compaay ALUMINUM. 4620 N.W. North. tare left by --- -----------
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W. '.. Foil and ..nU.... C... to U........ Motol. provldoe ..pe.- I3lh St.. Galoeevlllo., P.... Hnmmond. Dbicoonl. P...... 10 aero fronting f read, 1070) Country Ckibt. 3 BR STARK I BR. bath
.. ... HAA. brick bamo. la Foreot
FOUND: Good triage b...,.... Applympereoo. US 301 North S 1/2 Bio.. lea ""IIC "... Inv. e.tmeatSMO 372.9767. 7 III .(/..... .....7.3. llpd 11/30. 122.000. 2 let.both Only' brick 3 yre. old lad.atil..la Uelgkte. Built for ooorgyeavmgi.
... 11/30.
11/30 2uh 12/7. Ita. lUk. 125000. For further a--. --
.! ....a..t condltloa. 1.600 plo oa. It.
I...,...... 5134164509 LIME ROCK. AU. Taylor' CHIHUAHUA/ Black and 30.cr.. .hi pulpwood well Brand aewlSTARKE
TRAILER with two bed- and ... and .......* 813879 L....'. P.... 7$2.3l7iwoshlay. while.A I.... tire yearo eld. A ,.,'10 ....... .. graded -- -mobile-- .- -- -
FOUND MALE beagle ... BEST PART lima jab .lo ..... tarBlabod fct Lawtoy.Phooo .394. II/lIschgIB3O.PART.TIME after 8 p... or Reglilered. P...... 7824848 road 840.000. 1072 Let lid ..... F.,.* Height,
.. SR-211. Call 4983743.Itchg A..,Ice ler High School J,.. 782-341S.: 11/30 *tpd .. aayllm, ...Ia...., 9/14 after 6 p. llchg 11/30. off SR.16. ....hl heivSy wooded
and S,... 155 ... I POSITION)
11/30 12/7. tl/ckg. 38J5 o....* 1340 .. US --- lot. high and dry. paved ,
...Ia.... a ...u.. Prior CareulaUee. clerk. Bradford 1075) J III and 3 l7J acre ,
Service....... .....al .... County PulSe. Lmnry. 29 301 656.300 term. let*, SR 22SA. et". ., bold ,.., owe
rank hem. Farther. Into.. TWO BEDROOM Mobil* werh ...Ia. Saturday SMITH CORONA 110 Port. ,,'lo.ilumllCc.uh -- homo. .. yea may like o*.
W-tllDpiliincj Recruiter CilvloVine. ..-., oo ..IId,... .. pete. boor 12.47kr. High' Ele.. Typewriter ./... : WEEKENDS'Pheoe ------- of ..r.. Call. for delalla.
contact. U8NG Starke Ph.o.ISISIIO. Ilh| I 130. locluded. "1.1,... ......... carrhtgo ...... 393 N. Temple' Ave.Blarke. DAY.EtK 782-1N04 1076) IBR Inch SR It - -
...................... A'... .. 14)04964-5120 or School diploma_n. December' I. I. good c..It.... 815000. Fla. Eact.077t 3 BR. I bath aobil.ho..o CI. .
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Tralolog ..... ... '
4311421. 11/16 tie. MOBILE HOME IBR Air Opperloelty Employer. Cal Tool Crew 9644218.llpd 9647700 --------- .700.
2" Thru 0" coot Cleom Froot path. Eoaal. 11 11. IWkg 11130. 11130. 10 or 20 at,.. oil 8R

Ads Get Caracal R...'...., 100.00 225. KEYSTONE 7 I ocre .lota.meiy .
Fast Rotary. Dcpe.lt (135.00/oioath. Al ----- 48 AC. FARM. and home ,..... Start 'I." .
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Drilling Equipment I C....., I....."' ...., Hwy RUBBERMAID PARTY I with 8 I. Rd. f...te... 079t Beootlul 4 acre oo 1291 ..... .30-._.... I

STATE LICENSED ResultsFURNITURE Ne.301 S. S 1/2 .11.. D.a4 PLAN ....d. .......I..ur.. LiiB I T"._* Street.
... G,.. hence. llpd Part or lull tI.... N. eellecllog. I 7 AC. FARM'ETTE' l.w. AA.PATRAYBROKERKoyotooHlghtFlo. :

.......S.SSS..I.S.S.II. 11/30. N. Picking.. N. dellvoriog. I HOME and ...,.. I ---a 080)-Two-2 BR -furouihed--. j,

Pumpa _.- Top ....1..1 I I I I 050 N.-yso-...A,.. [ ....... W........* and 473.ae14n.103.Offloe Homo
........... .......... REFINISHING. EFFICIENCY and eloeplocroeoie. ,.... 2fl9 808. Itpd I I B.ROOM. garage Apt. ,..r... _.... _. Water ilreete.Maoy _____ ;
I 1/2 -lie. North. I I I Marshall D..W_ '

New ft U.edSale..Part.Service Fee--E.-.-..-... I US-S01, Ua4..... Motol. L.t. ol city limit. Fl. Need a ....... See ... .. the.. lleUogi ore Saleomeai
I .vallabl.I. I
U/chg. NeAL. telephone "" 4714171 ;
-- ,WHOLESALE owoor lloeaced at r.... :
S.......A.,.. N Front ao er all SR 16.u I Pbeie9fl77700erolP.Odem.GRI .ewer .baa meet leodligm.tkaUeai.
Me. FrL PALMS APARTMENTS) I paved read Ooe aero .," .
E-Z TermsPlumbing Etfleloacloo. ....1..... TRAMPOLINES I/2 aero let. Mowed aid] \
8 ..a.v- 430: pjB Reel'E.uieBr.k.r: BR .,Ie. I bath S R.UR .
Reg.
build 3 ,
...................... Pboe"iM4-7t. 9ti8i8Jaaaf Weekly Temple 0. A.aaoothry...,. 2313 Su,..N... Ideal Christmas Gifts I.B mobile ready. ,borne. \in oo Burke or for I I 904,5476 garage.I voomget. i mi-i:

T"/...*. Lay-A-Way For Xmas I I Phone 964436 for appt 1 Eton. r baTb7I.R Ralph. '..".. [B
12/13 I '..rl Aldrew.A.wctate I I BR.. n. Hotter CENTER
..........."......." aoi ---- Ph- 1.71a.3221'' Jiit I 1iIii.-It fl3. 11/30. .I .964 J719 h-opuMO .. ..... 9844208:
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New Installation 1 12. both. LR FR punt.. WijroeE.Deufla* I Paneling Molding I

'" REGISTERGASAND.OIL i foo.id yard. ........ HI*. A M_"'. Kitchen Cablnot:
RemodelIng RepairsOurranca ---.KEYSI-- I f fTELEGRAPH'Office DISTRIBUTOR ,
KEYS! NEEDED) ----- 984-8593 I I

...................... I MitleooUempaar. oHece ...i.y .!..........hlp. la year 1 ...1 bath, lamlly roem. Counter Tops
308 S.Thompson SI. .....UaBmUedeppertually.wUfe ... li.te.t grewmglede.try .Inrgo bstaboo e* COM iacSRiS. DovUDyolAeeoehito I' vanltl, I
:::: 0 984-5888 THE has two j la ... .....* .. Meted II, .
... j I H
-"*- 488-1225 FREE
have THE WALL STREET!

...................... L-P Gas sets of keys which .been found 1.._..... From 18 JOURNAL., 812.000 1 BR.4 .l .110... 30I-M... fiscal. 2*, I I ESTIMATES I I I'VAUGHN.JOIINSONI

I Fuel 011Lub'catiftIOIIs and turned in. One set was found In I I Ii 'I. 1.1'110' ....... B, '....10',. '. TV oetleoallrtI. FR. *-----

PUMPS a SUPPLY lelecootleall "......*...... C..,.... Training .r.,..., 0.. 20 acre tract !
veryraocooobl
t COMPANY I i Starke. the other at Crosby Lake I ..A..I......A IC.' Tremmgi .. N e E:iperteace N.' .....". *. Joel off ..-...

oIe..I..Wue"-te" I locomo Boo.. 83S 879400. Paved .- ., co.f I

t'.e' N. Temple Ave. for Cemetery. Please come by or call thel IIT.e A,. r..., Ta8iarYoorOwBBeeme.e.A, For GtII"Cr.: --ROBI..ITS.JK.---. I 4O, S. Thompson St. i i

ri: FIB. Tire.Tube.. II TELEGRAPH office to redeem your I JACK FOWLER a1S-947-f031 ...... Reel F.UI. ...... I Old COOl Cola Plant. 1I

,.S.tarke. APOLLO DIVISIONP.O. r..... 904.TU6OPKNBdordoyAJM.

Batteries keys 964-6305. Bel: II.... a...'11.. T......... ITttl I 864-8711 I

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P/gesB TELEGRAPH Nov.SI.lns -- Authorities Set Seminar Dec. 1.2' I
Equi tie
Head cf y4 Knowledgeable ,
Richard Welty to <;
Attorney demonstration on
Want to know more about selecting An excellent
I selection of "
marketing
Fertility Klefferwifldlfcuss "Tidbits on Bits by Heidi Bockholdand
stock Dr. N. M.
breeding :
Girl Scout Fund DriveThe and breeding training stock are nutrition only a ,few foot of car the Mythi and Old Wives' Taleson Barbara. Mrachek should interest

borne by other areas in Gateway discussions to be led by over 20 Hone Breeding as well as .n everyone.A Informative and interesting
Gateway Girl Scout Council will for Bradford and authorities at extensive discussion of "Selecting a very
"It's time knowledgeable equine
kick-off: IU 1978 Sustaining Membership Council. demonstratetheir Mat for Your Mare" tour of the University of Florida
citizens to Horseman's Seminar,
Union County the 1978 Research Center will start at
Enrollment Drive Friday, Horse
on belief in the vital Importance of December 1 and 2, In Deal, Dr. Bobby Anderson DVM'I Saturday afternoon following -
December 1, 197B. Animal 3'00 p.m.
their people Parrlsh Bradford latnesvUle
Girl Scouting for young according to Lowell "
Seminar.
Local 'attorney Richard E. Welty the girl's effort 4-H alarm us on"How to Help Your Vet. the
agent
has been named chairman of the by supplementing of County Discussion of marketing will be led Excellent Bar-B-Que and
to the support demonstration
by
contributing training
and A will be available at the
Division Sandwiches
Bradford and Union County ," said Welty. trainer Carol Harris by a panel of distinguished horsemen
fine programs renowned
for the campaign: and will be assisted their 18 Girl Scout troops with Parker. owner of the famous BoBeltFarm Dr.,Harold Garner. PhD., D.V.M., Seminar at a reasonable cost
There are 1 1'll Is to all without
by forIn recruiting sustaining In the Bradford and how will discuss Lamlnitls (Founder) In This program open
members 360 members will present tips on you national
the Council. regard to race color sex or
of
Union county areas. These troops are and your horse can have fun while horse as, welt at "New Methods .
Mr Welty has set JS.Ouo as a goal led by 35 trained adult volunteers. training. Evaluating Body Functions In the origin.
for the 1978 drive. Gateway Girl Scout: Among those who have given Sponsored by the University 01Florlda's Horse." ,

Council which Is comprised Florida of 15 Is support to the Girl Scouts In recent Institute of Food and Agri.culture ... -... j ......
counties in northeast Community Bank of the Seminar .... -- ,!//f
aretho Sciences (1FAS), -
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supported 'by Starke. Florida Bank Guaranty has a schedule of speakers which
proceeds, sustaining memberships and Loan the IFAS well 'II'If
Savings as
Federal Include professors '
many
In five of the fifteen counties by ,
and. ,
Woman'sClub
Junior
Club the of horse from
number
Woman's experts
as a
and United MAW'S $
United Funds Ways.It
John TorodeOil 1
Beta Sigma Phi throughout the country.In .
In
costs Gateway Council excess Oil Co.. Inc .
Co., Inc., Jtegister ?
to Girl Richard Welty '
of $$ ,0oo per year provide .
for the girls of Bradford and and DuPont.Mr. KITCHEN
Scoutln Welty said that he feels that

Union has a Counties.United Way Since campaign neither county the do"Our much community more for has our the girls potential, and we to Reggie Flynn New Hampton AttorneyJames lust Good 01'Ilome
of
operating costs providing programs determined to make their needs
are
to these communities must be known this year," II. 'Reggie' Flynn was approved other action Mayor William
of the Girl Scouts
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efforts Cooking'
met by the memberships that the
Solicitation for sustaining by the Hampton City Countil Summers reported aessua."Ya'11 :
who sell cookies and from contributions Individual will be made by mull and by Tuesday as the new city attorney, engineering firm of Sverdrup & .... ,
civic and corporate contact. The membership Ted Curtis announcedthat Parcel. Inc. had called and confirmedthat '
personal after Chairman :
vittl.. ;
Presently the Girl Scouts here are ain't never at' better
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categories are' Guardian $500 former attorney Jack Nettles of the Farmer's Home Adminis-
mining SO percent of the operating with Honorary :100.: Patron $200.( ( Uamesvile had quit due to a heavy tration had approved the city's application -
costs of their local programs $10I>, Family $60 Friend for a water system grant and '
Sponsor workload.
most of the rest of this. cost being Restauant
To-Rena
Formerly
tio. and Sustalner $10. loan. The new application was 1,'
in a Starke attorney with the "
Flynn
. Girl Scout News o'oo .17. firm of Fierce and Hardy and takes under UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
t.... ... requesting a 75 percent grant, f'
flag ceremony I olio wed over the job that was vacated by and the '
by Carolyn Kavrt presented a the Brownie Nettles after attending only two the FmHA'i new grant policy .N.w Ownir* Ray A Phyllis WilliamsOpen i' :
by a puppet show telling money will be used toward construction ,
Cadette Troop No. 520 had a "Mock story. The following were Inverted council meetings. Nettles was the of water system number three I
Election" last Tuesday and they and received their Brownie pins: lisa attorney for the Concerned: Citizen'sCouncil the minimum system voted In by 7 Days A Week4:30A.N.9 t
proved to be an example of the way Tierney, Melissa Backus. Shannie in the recall of city coun- Hampton voters in a June 13
the State of Florida voted on the same asterwood. Jodi llamon, Shana Sch- cilmen Donald llelle A. C. Dennlsson, referendum. Details of the grant : P.M. ',. ,
John K. Allen this
mitt, Marty Belflower Kristle Ernest: Greene and should be available In the near future_
day.The girls seemed to enjoy the election Dickens. Denise Waddell and Mallsa summer and the council voted In) this but the total cost to the city of number Daily Lunch Specials Sunday Delights
and had a lot of questions about Surnt. Congratulations to the new September largely through the three will be S68.7SO, with FmllA
government voting and their state'spolitics. Brownies and their leader Debbie support of the Concerned Citizens paying $206,250 or 75 percent of the,
to Patricia Nettles at their first Sep- 1900 N. Temple ave Starke
Big thank you Purvis.We know you will have a great appointed total in the form of a grant. -
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and .Jerri Lewis for her help with year Today (Thursday Nov. 16)) starts --

physical fitness and good health. the Girl Scout Cookie sale. If your
Junior Troop 605 Is also working on favorite scout doesn't call or come see LLf CLLL tWL t
fitness and planning an overnight
physical -
you please give her a call. Cookies last o '
for next week<< Gateway Council $71.198 in ".,
301
provided troop
scout year SStarkeFla.
fitness -
nutrition and physical
Is stressing
Council. In addition
in Gateway
I prolits
the Look for leaner,
for year.
$55,935 went to buildings equipment -
trimmer and more active scouts In and
acquisition mortgage
I Bradford County soon. repairs $25,000 swimming pool "',
Brownie Troop 323 Is busy making and repairs (Camp Chowenwaw), $9,500
fall and Thanksgiving crafts for familycentersroRE
provided assistance to girls
I Indian.
American
about the
learning camperships. opportunities; $88,123
: They have a lot of new members this provided program and direct servicesto HOURS Mon wed o e f I

i year all eager to learn. troops and the operating budget of rna Sar a 9 Sunda, t2.6

Brownie Troop CiK met at the First the Council. All of this we in Starke tI

Methodist Church last Thursday receive benefit from so please supportthe d ,

evening for its Investiture. The girls cookie sale. I

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and the floor will be open for
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Senior Citizens
To further nominations all of which shall
We are highly honored and gratifiedby be voted upon. ) : ,
the efforts! ot Bernard McFadden, The proposed slate is Vernon Olin. ___
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extension agent Eloise Olin first vice -
president; '
whose office Is
College second vice- A
Bill Congrove S
in the Bradford County High president: -
School.located president: Lewis Smith, third vice- d \
president; Peggy Richardson
Legislation treasurer" Della Speed secretary; 111 n iS.
Before the grenetic activities of the Sophie Fisher, house committee
holiday season sets in, it is pertinentthat chairman;; Ada Hoist, ass'l. house 'l/IuJ.J'J." I I '
far Bernie .Smtth. sick z :.x 'f'\\I' ill
we look a little forward as as chairman, W '
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our social life Is concerned. Senator committee: Gertrude Wenti, .. ,.t- """ 4) ,, '" a-Atiam., 'td afo, ) 10
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end.Billrflobard.a I- I
Kdvtard": Kennedy ID), Washington treceptionint! : a "
DC.*has introduced a new plan library comm. chairman .: tit Ill t f t
I IonHh Care for All Americans Act. On a motion made by Bill Cosgrove a 11x4 I \
This plan will be universal and "Ilizzonnor" will retire presidentKmentus \ "
comprehensive. It will retain as of Jan. I, 1979. Joe has : )
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Medicare without the onerous been president 011 the Bradford County
deductibles and co-Insurance. Home Senior Citizens Club for 16 years and ; ;
Health care and prescription drugs only because of a serious hearing 1 l lLadies' ia

will also be covered. In addition problem.. he is relinquishing \
doctors will no longer bill the patient leadership into more capable hands. t\
directly or charge them more than However. Joe will attend all meetings! t
what Is! covered. All fees will be paidon from now on.
the basis of pre-negotiated The door prize was won by Bill
amounts and doctors: will hillmedicare Kichnrds who immediately returnedit Junior Girls',

directly to the club to be used as a prize for Girls' and Infants'
Every: resident of the United States Bingo. hear! Hear! There will be I 3 \
will be issued a health insurance cardFinuncing another door prize at our next / Coats and JacketsMen's 4,
will be shared by '
this plan meeting. :
employers and employees, the Overseas postage for ..Christmascards ; '
greater amount to be paid by the one ounce regular mall to the /c\ 250/0 .
employers United Kingdom cents(> ; airmail >* U .
A National Quality Control 02. 31 cents Inquire at Post Office for .
Commission will develope quality information to other European off = ,

control standards required as a countries. Regular mall ,should be y .
condition of participation in this sent off now. L/j
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the ,
program We were sadly grieved by '.
Club ;
sudden death of Hampton ,
Club Sewn member Bill Fontaine., Services were '

A new slate of officers to conductthe held at St Edwqrd's Catholic Church in and Boys' Jackets ,; :
business of our club year 1979 Starke Nov. 20. May his soul rest

were proposed by the executive board peace. Speciegroup, 01 Won I And Boys Coach r././
.. and owned /ackpij Boys sizes 6-te. 2'5% ./
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7:30: Sharp Starts At 9:00 and Girls' PVC Jackal Man's PVC JackalCatling
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A good a.1 l.ctlon olllyl.. / 5 6 6 lined.In Brown l'I'he'and, Browntones nylon 2 5 *

'and lim..fo.,rthton Christmas color,rem in 4-6X R.Q, e.88.fjL 66 Regsee a Smt. S-XL. off ,," ,

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December 6, 1978 I Prices. Good November 30 December 3. Your'best: buy .. oil TGY!

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Alto W. Ar. Now Accepting Reservations For New Years Eve P,/ y'a $

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Dream Girl Pageni 'SetlSatiirday in StarkeSome


34 contMUnU In the Dream Dral's Garage?'Merjftgcs J'acome. by the Florida Bank at Starke. Cathy fl
Girl Beauty Pageant will compete age 21 lI nllOl'ed9JorRtt and Schoenlng. 17, sponsored by Thomas
Saturday. December 2, at 1 p.m. at Celinda J' Curmln Wiggins. Realty, Tony Dienise Martin. :3.
the National Guard Armory In Starkefor age 3. acome'l na Norman, age 7. sponsored' by Diane's Beauty Shop,
honors and prize awarded for sponsored by Comm nily Hank; Tammy Jean Starling. 3. sponsored
winners of five divisions. Tabatha Babbet'e Glortf.age 5. sponsored bv National Protein Inc. : Chostldy
The contest based on beauty, poise by Billy's Dry wall, jason Dawn Starling. 4. sponsored by .
and personality was organized by Thomas Howard, age 1i,. ponKored by Noegel's Auto Sales James Brain .tH
\ t Debra Jordan of Lawtey who termed Mr. and Mrs. Thomas (Howard, Mote S. sponsored by Holiday Inn of I
;: /( the turnout for the first of what she
Kenny Brewer age sponsored by Starke; Stefanie Lynn Cubbago. 9.
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:;' ,..,J.) hopes is an annual event "very Bryan's Gull Service; Christa sponsored by Andrews Drugs:
Charmln pleasing"Recent Modesitt, age 4, sponsored by Stephanie Sowell, 3, sponsored by
Wiggins Apryl l Smith Norman's Produce*) 'and Penny Sonny's Real Pit Dar-B-Q, Michael Tankard .
Patricia l-uurn \
i entries are Kathy Hlcngl riythe,age 12, sponsored by BradfordTile Bryant. 3. sponsored by the Garden nmanrr
age 17 sponsored by BarbaraAndrews and Abstract Co .,\ KcKinrunnt, Cynthia Ann Dowling, S, j
Patricia Tankard age 13. ," by Underwood
sponsored Motel and
Sori i j
sponsored by J.A. Peder f Restaurant and Renae Johnson 17. of tx
Company of KUslmmee; Bobble Contestants who were already Lake Butler sponsored by the
llardin age 3 sponsored by entered In, the contest r.>hich has harmers and Dealer Bank of Lake
World
Sportsman ; Laura Ann divisions for Tiny Dream Boy. ages 3- Butler !
Vianzer, age 7. sponsored by TheresaA A; Tiny Dream Girl, 3--6."Little Miss Winners In each division will
Wanzer; Blake Thomas age 4, Dream Girl ages 7-10.; Junior Miss receive a crown a trophy and flowers .I
sponsored by Bradford County Dream Girl age 11-lSt and Miss .. runnerups and second
Telegraph; Linda Michelle Barnes, Dream, Girl ages 16-21 are Deborah runncrups will be awarded trophieson f
age 9, sponsored by Mr. and Mrs Ann Cross,age 8, sponsored by Gerald the basis of beauty poise and '/
David Barnes; Michael Starling, age Brown Insurance; Shannnn Smith personality
V sponsored by Woodburn's Jewelry'Jennifer : age 4, sponsored by Smith's Body I
Forsvth. ages, sponsored by Shop: Swan Denise Crawford, age 7, Debra Jordan said the Dream Girl )
Wishbone; Kimberly Elaine Nettles sponsored by Badcock furniture and contest, which Includes interviews for ,
heat 3, sponsored by City Fish and Appliance Store, Malina Gaye the contestants by the judges, will "
Market; Stephanie Porter age Browning age 10 sponsored by A Cut hopefully spread to other towns and
Jennifer Forsyth Kimberly Elaine Nettles 3, Apryl Smith, age I, sponsored by Above Jejetta M Lee, 7." sponsored she has plans for a state pageant, Hubble llardin W.yohunir Purler i

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Middle School choruses will be In 1 1sr'
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year Saturday, December 16, at the'
High:School Auditorium,

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The choruses, under the direction of Kruns Brvwvrt
Don Hardy will be presenting a program ,,
of Christmas music both
sacred and secular as well as other
selections. Included in the program
will be a Renaissance selection, "Lo
How A Rose E'er Blooming" by a 1
Praetorius; a Baroque piece,
"Hallelujah Chorus" (Messiah) by. .
G,F. Handel, and 20th century music, ..
"This Little Babe"j; from "Ceremony
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to the concert is $1.50 for ,Bradford High School's Chorus will be having their first Concert of the yearin Karen hltty, Cindy Lawson, Barbie Swartz and Cathy Schoening. Third roI I --'cr
adults and 75 cents for students with December at the high school. to r, Robbin Stephens, Vickie Carver, Terri Powell. Mary Ann Miller. Tammy'
tickets available from chorus students Members of the Advanced chorus are* row one, left to right, Cheryl Baldree Doug York. Denny George, Randy Andrews, Dale Underhill!. le R'
as well as at the ticket booth at Jacobsen, Michelle Sapp Charlotte Geiger, Ronda Stein Cathy GricJer, Sherra Felton Michael Eugene Ricks, Joy Bell. Dee Gasklns. Annette Austin 'arol
the auditorium entrance on the nightof Mott,.Terrie Mathews Sherry Atchison Cheri Scheetz, Vickie Kersey, Carol Geiger, Robin Hodges. Mickie Pringle. Kim demons. Tablthn Folsom Beth I hrida 11 de.itt \
the concert. There will be a reception Hayes Don Hardy (Director), Joey Herres, at the piano. Row 2.1 to r, Debra Patray. Not shown are, Kerry Fisher, Dewayne McBride. Martin Mot-urn.
following the concert for those In Griffls,Stacey Denmark Melanie Morris, Debby Harper, Cathey Hotz, George Robert Tyson, Henry L. Berry, Barbara Norsworthy Ginger Crews. Craig
'attendance. Canova, Kevin Griffis, Mike Starling, Beth Stamer, Susan Sapp Lois Moore, Bryan, Regina Holmes, and Cecil Prenton. 1 J.I J.I J.


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OXFORD. England-Airman First unit of the U.S, Air Forces in I i':urope.
Class Amy C. Williams daughter of previously served at Mountain Home
Mrs. James II Blalock of 002 Butler A I-'B. Idaho ,
Rand Starke. has arrived for duty at The airman Is a 1 Upper Heyford:: RAF station. England Bradford High School Starke

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The Beginning Chorus pictured: It: first row I to 1', McIntosh Sharon Fuisell. Alberta Rlsby. Kim,Cruger
Susanne Newport Sharon Jefferson Annette Auelln.accompanlatl.
I .Angela Boyette. Dana Luke Monica Green Valerie ( ).Third row I to r,Jeff Johns Danny Wolfe, t O1
:Chandler Felicia Nichols. Mary Burton, Janice Saucer David Boswell, Elmer Davis Ronald .
;Mule,Tucker, Cynthia Rhoden. Second row I to r, Don Davis. Todd Jackson, Bruce Robinson, and Tony. Robin- I
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New 'Regulations Set On Bobcats, "Otters, .

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TALLAHASSEE Bobcats otters pelts were eligible for foreign export commercial reasons," Brantly said SANDWICH ( i
and mink taken by Florida hunter under ESSA's regulations" hl said :"By collecting data on the animals r- \
:and trappers during the upcoming In 1978-79. however these lags are and comparing it over the years. the )
commercial fur season (December 1- now compulsory for Florida's Commission will ensure these wild
;March 1) now must be tagged with.a bobcats. otters and mink. Brantly) animals always will remain abundantIn
;-special locking seal. said this action is In part due to KSSA: Florida" he added. .
Under the new regulations, each fur requirements but also an effort to Information on the tagging ,
:must be tagged by the Commission secure' the vital Information for program can be obtained by calling ,. s .J .l
.before being sold said Colonel RobertM. proper management of the state's the nearest regional office of the Com i
; Brantly executive director of the wildlife resources. mission at the following toll-free
Game and Fresh Water Fish Commis "Although there (ample Indicationof numbers- Panama City. 1-800-342- .
sion. healthy bobcat and otter populations 1676; Lake City. 1-800-342-8105. ; Ocala ,I
No more than two untanned bobcat throughout Florida history has 1800-342-9620: Lakeland. 1-800-282- .,
hides may be possessed between April shown that overharvests are possible 8002: and West Palm Beach, 1-800-432- ,
1 and November 30. No' untanned when' species are taken for 2046. +r,
hides of otters or mink may be ,
possessed except during December 1
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through The new March regulations 31. result from a 3rd -Arrest.MadeIn, Theft RingA 'I. ''We took'our tender, juicy roast beef and added 50%'more meat, ,sliced it thin and

nationwide review of the. overall : piled' it high. It couldn't be batter, so we made it ,
status of bobcats and river otters by fourth member of a six.:county Berry Ammons 20, is being held on :. I
the Endangered Species Scientific burglary ring was arrested In Lake $20.000 bond. The older Ammons : I. J
Authority (ESSA), a federal agency Butler. Saturday Nov. 25, and brother is also charged with dealing 2FORS1J$2.78 gge8r. 9
affiliated with the U. S.Fish and Wild charged with grand theft. stolen property by selling firearms. 's. ".. .' ,
life Service. Brantly said. ESSA Charles Edward Parrott. 27, of stolen in other counties.
banned 'export of bobcat end otter Lake City was arrested by Union The trio was arrested Nov, 10. .for 'ar 'I""" ." '
hides In 1977-78 unless the hides had County deputies at the S.W. 8th Street the October .4 burglary of the Doyle > ,j I

the been state tagged of origin.by the wildlife agency of home arand of theft his Parrott wife and was charged turned over with Archer County.residence on Sr-239A in Union "V"",,Now"thru December 22.. get two of our new Big'Roast Beef Sandwiches for only. I

"Last year, persona taking bobcatsor to Lake City authorities and A spokesman for the Union County $1.89 . Save more than 30%* "i
otters for the fur trade were not transferred to the Lake City Jail Sheriffs department said the arrests No coupon necessary. No limit on quantities. This offer good at' all. Hardae's. in
required to have them Three other men charged with came after an Intensive Investigation 4 "" ,
Commission, but tags were warble burglar remain In KM Union County of. a six-county burglary ring 'Jacksonville, Femandina Beach/ Neptune Beach, Orange Park, :
'to those that wanted them" Brantly .. ,le I"/NIIoI/ Until. Tony Lamar operating from Columbia County. The ",t, (,,t.Mandarin, Starke and Auguttlne." I:?
said. "Furs that had been tagged ..1... !!I.I.'I' I Under and Mark counties Involved are Union; '301 South" Starke _.* *a.,-..*.,we I.
commanded a better wholesale price Indo>> AiiuiHiir, HI, lire being held on Bradford Columbia Alachua, .(
than.\ untagged ones since the tagged Immft int.ifiiiiK $11I,11111I each. Jamr I Suwanne and Gllchristi'Vowc': '. ,





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Futch giving Day. They,are,getting
CHURCH ACTIVITIES Mid their daughter.JonesEve LAWTEYBY take a trip to Greece on Dee 4th NEWS
CHURCH OF GOD: Sunday School and friend Chuck Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hodges and
Tatums third grade class Is
10 a.m., Services 11 am. and vIDe and Mr. and Mrs Ralph Futch Orlando Mrs
Worship KUsaketk Terry family went to Dls fl'world.
of Black-Mountain, N.C. : happy to have Mrs. Brenda Stroud
and family
6 p.m.. Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7p.m. dinner phase 78IJ34slty $ Friday evening and returned home working with them Wednesday.
evening every
., YPE Friday at 7 p.m. were Thanksgiving morning
early Saturday
Mrs. Futch's other son and Mrs. Stroud will be with them for
EVERGREEN BAPTIST Sunday daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs Terry or Florida Gainesville, Mr. and son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and several weeks
School 10 a.m., Worship Services 11 Futch and family of Jacksonville Mrs. Reddy Cox of Howeyia tha Mrs Tom Talley and children. Mrs. Hamilton's fourth grade classIs
a.m. and 7 p.m.. Training Union ep.m. Beach. One of Mr Futch's driver Hills, Bo turvey of Lakeland and Mrs. Wend! Smyth and Mr. Bob SCHOOL MENU doing creative writing. This is a
.. Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7 Dec.4-*
was there also. Miss Darlene Pipkin of Altamonte Boyette of Jacksonville, were poem written by Eric Starling:
pm.FAITH Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Hardee were Springs, were Thanksgiving dinner Thanksgiving dinner guests of Col. MONDAY: Chicken with rice, green
BAPTIST RadiO> Programon Thanksgiving dinner guests of their guests. of Mr. and Mrs. James D. and Mrs. Wm. Wilson. lima beans, cranberry sauce
WPXE at 8 a.m. Sunday. Bible brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Kelly and Mr. and Mrs George Kelly. peaches, biscuits, peanut butter The end of the second six-week of
School 10 a.m., Worship Services 11 Mrs. Oscar Vanzant, of Callahan. Mr. and Mrs. G."", Peterson of Mrs. Kathryn ''HIlliard was a milk. school Is November 27th. The report
a.m. and 0:30: .m., Prayer Meeting will be sent home December4th.
p Mrs. R.H. Futch is spending sometime Dowling Park were Thanksgivingdinner Thanksgiving dinner guest of her son- TUESDAY: Spaghetti with meat cards
Wednesday at 6-30: p.m. with her daughter Mrs. Ola guests of Mr. Peterson's son in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. sauce cheese tossed salad, french .
FIRST BAPTIST Sunday School Starling, and her grandchildren, Mr. in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mr John Tye, Jr., and children. fries applesauce, french bread, milk. We would like to welcome Ms. Delia
1:45: a.m., Worship Service 11 a.m. Norman and daugh Robert Lee. WEDNESDAY: Baked beans with Cole who Is our new migrant aid. Ms.
and Mrs.
Larry
and 7-30: p.m., Training Union 0:30 tee Rhonda. Mr. and Mrs. LeI McClellan and Mr and Mrs Richard Mennote,and wieners,cole slaw, fruit cup biscuits, Cole will be in our school every

pm., Prayer Meeting Wednesday Mrs. Joyce Futch of Blackshear.Ga. Mrs. Margie Reddish and son Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Crapse, and butter milk.TIWRSDAY. morning
7:30: p.m. .. was rlday dinner guest of Mrs. Randall spent the weekend with Mr daughters of Jacksonville, Mr. and : Pizza, french fries I
WHEN. ..
METHODIST THANKSGIVING IS
GRACE UNITED. Carl Prevatt and Mrs Evelyn and Mrs. Les McClellan's son and Michael Crapse Jr., of Starke and buttered corn, cookie delight pear .
Sunday School 9 45 a.m., Worship Norman. She was a Saturday dinner daughter-in-law. and Mrs Ronnie Mr.and Mrs.Gary Wheeler of Lawtey half milk. thanksgiving the wind blows;
Service 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m.030p guestMr of her sister. Miss Elizabeth McClellan and family of Vldalla.Ga. were Thanksgiving dinner guests of FRIDAY: Beans with ham Thanksgiving when the air Is cold:
Methodist Youth Fellowship at : Terry Mr and Mrs Craig Carroll and their parents, Mr. and Mrs. MD. seasoning, rice, candied yams, applesauce Thankigivingiswhenwehaveafeast '
.m. on Sunday night. Choir practice The and Mrs. Larry Norman children, and Mrs. Marge Maui, and Crapse. Sr. cornbread. butter, milk. With turkey, corn and yeast; -.1'
on Wednesday at 715: p.m. attended Thanksgiving services at son Carl Maul of Boca Raton were Kindergarten trip' Spiced ham and Thanksgiving Is In November
for
church has a nursery services pre-school Laura Baptist Church on Thursday Thanksgiving Holiday guests of Mr Major and Mrs. James Doughertyof cheese sandwich, peanut butter, and The month to remember,
children during worship night. and Mrs. Earl Troxell. England called their parents. Col. potato chips, cookie When giving thanks for mankind.
United Methodist Women met at the banana
home of Mrs. Wilma Walnwrlght on Mrs. Alma Anders and their sister- Mrs. Fred Moore and son Mickeyand and Mr*. Wm. Wilson on Thanks- delight milk. Which makes the sun shine.....
in-law Mrs. Nellie Parrish,and friend friend Ronnie Patrick, attended
Nov. 21 with 14 members
Tuesday
,
I Mrs. Wilma Walnwrlght Doss Higginbotham of Maxvllle, were the Boyer Reunion out from Silver OMPItUNITY I
I ,called present.the meeting to order and Mrs. Thanksgiving dinner guests of Mrs. Springs on Thursday (Thanksgiving). ------- : NEWS -------

Jewel Roberts the devotional. Hester Hicks There were 91 present to enjoy good:
After a brief business gave meeting Miss Mr. and Mrs.. Ralph Futch and fellowship and plenty of food. I by Elizabeth Walker 7 p.m. All auxiliaries are asked to Circles will meet at the church tonight
Arthurine Blanchard gave the program family of Black Mountain, N.C. spent Mrs. Margie Reddish and sons Phone M4-M83 make a report. Sunday School 9:30: (Thursday Nov. 30) at 7:10:: p.m. Story
about Mary the Mother of Wednesday until Sunday afternoon Donald and Randall Mr. and Mrs a.m. Morning Worship 11 am. A Hour Is set Thursday at 7:30 p.m. The
Jesus from the book, "Women of the with their parents, Mr. and Mrs Robert McClellan and son Jeff of DElL CHAPTER 168 OES: talent program Is set Sunday Dec. 3, annual Triple choir anniversary is set
Bible", She brought out that even It Is Willie Green of Starke They and their Starke were Thanksgiving dinner Dell Chapter 108 will meet at 3: p,m. Friday Dec..al 8 p.m. Little Church
a story familiar to all of us, and we Mother, Mrs. Joyce Futch, returnedto guests of their parents Mr. and Mrs December 14,a Thursday, at 8 p.m. In Christmas practice will be held rehearsal II set Saturday at 5:30: p.m.
know that It was a great honor for her their homes on Sunday afternoon. Les McClellan. Their nieces, Mrs. the Masonic Hall on Browne StreetAll tomorrow (Friday. Dec. 1J at 4 p.m. Senior Choir rehearsal Is set Saturday
to be the mother of Jesus. Accordingto Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson and her Johnnie DeVore and Miss Vickie: members are asked to be presentat All children Interested in at 8 p.m. A Sunday School teacher's
Scripture, at the age of 12, she had daughter, Mrs. Daisy Boch and Mr. Reddish, came over Thursday evening '. this Important meeting. participating are asked to be present. meeting Is set Saturday at 8lO:: p.m.
to give Him up for He had to study to and Mrs. Robert Smith and girls. Mr. for a visit. CHURCH ACTIVITIES Free Canaan True Church of God In Junior Choir rehearsal Is set Saturdayat
do the work of His (Father God. Little and Mrs. Virgil Griffis and family, Mr and Mrs. Octavian. NicuU and Greater Allen Chapel AME Church: Unity, Tarrying services are held 7-30:: p.m. The Senior Choir will go
was known then until he started and Mrs Maims Griffis and children, Perry and Miss Gayle Shuford were Love feast service tomorrow Friday. each Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. Prayer Antioch Missionary Baptist Church
preaching at the age of 32. Even and Billy Poyner of Palatka and Thanksgiving dinner guests of theirbrotherInlaw Dec. I) at 8 p.m. Stewardess BoarNo service tomorrow Friday, Dec II at for their choir anniversary at 8 p.m.
though Mary was mentioned very few Larry White of Starke, were Thanks and ,sister Mr. and 2 will serve Sunday School 10 7:30: p.m. Sunday School 10 a.m. Saturday. Sunday School 90:! a.m. _
times, we are sure she worried about dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Floyd Jenkins of Jacksonville a.m. Communion Service II a.m. AH Morning Worship II a.m. with Installation services. Morning
Him like any normal Mother would Lynn Boch and baby of Starke. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Prescott, members and friends are Invited to Greater Bethlehem Freewill Baptist Worship II a.m. Dinner IZIO:: p.m.
have but we believe that she knew Mr. and Mrs. OJ. Boyette and Mr. and Mrs. Vaughan Prescott and attend the services. Church A program sponsored by the Evening: Worship 6 '
one day the will of God would be ful- family were Thanksgiving dinner family. Mr. and Mrs. John Normanand New Bethel B. Church t Prayer choir with Mrs Rebecca Daniels and rehearsal will begin Monday. Dec. 01,
filled. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Boyetteand Mrs. Darlene Norman and sons Meeting and Bible Study each Mrs. Blond Eva Rlsby In charge was at 7:30: p.m.
The meeting then adjourned and the family, of Columbus Ga. were Thanksgiving dinner guests of Wednesday at 7 p.m. The church held Monday night. Prayer meeting Is Calvary RaptJst'hurchl: Prayer
ladies enjoyed the sandwiches they Mrs. C.R. Crews spent the Thanks Mr and Mrs. Leonard Norman and anniversary will be observed Friday held each Tuesday at 7:30: p.m. The service is held each Sunday at 7 p.m.
had brought and a delicious pot of giving Holidays with her son In-law Mr. and Mrs. Carl Norman and sons December 8, at 8 p.m. A very specialmeeting All Male Chorus rehearses each Preaching services are held each first'
vegetable soup donated by Mrs. Ellen: and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Mrs. Wayne Harper and son and will be held Monday, Dec. 4, Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. All Mission and third Sunday at 7 p.m,
White,and dessert and drinks by Mrs. Clayton and son of Jacksonville. She daughter of Starke and Mrs Tommy at 8 p.m. All members are Invited to
Wilma Wainwright.The returned home with her daughter, Harper and children also of Starke. attend. Sunday School 10 a.m. will
next meeting will be at the Mrs. Linda Boatwright, on Saturday visited their grandmother.. Mrs. Carl conclude services for the day. -- II
church Tuesday Dec. 5th. afternoon. Prevatt. and aunt Mrs. Evelyn. First Born Church of the Living God ---- Cub Scout:News
IIIGIILAND BAPTIST! Sunday Mrs. Tom Whaley and girls of Norman on Sunday afternoon. Prayer services are held each
Tampa were weekend guests of her Mrs Freda Griffis and Julie and ------rrMembers
School'45 a.m., Worship Services 11 Tuesday at 7:45 p.m. Tarrying
a.m. and 6 p.m., Prayer Meeting mother Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson, sister Mr. and Mrs. Jerri Starling were services are held each Friday at 7:45p :
Wednesday at 7-30 p.m. Mrs. Daisy Boch, and Mrs. Whaley'adaughter Thanksgiving dinner guests of Rev. .m. Sunday School 10:30 a.m. .. '. of Cub Scout Den :3
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LAURA: BAPTIST Sunday School Miss Lynn Whaley. On and Mrs. Charles Starling and family.. Morning Worship 11:30: am. Home .. : are il l-r If Bottom row Roger
10a.m.. Worship Services 11 a.m. and Saturday all of them spent the day Mr.and Mrs Cecil Hardee were their Mission Service. Evening Worship ,: Rowe, James \\allace, Daniel
with Mrs. Ma ines Griffls and childrenof guests. .... -
I 7-30 p.m., Prayer Meeting Wednesday supper 7:45: p.m. ronNon. Mike Weal and David
at 730 p.m.MORGAN Palatka. Mrs. Virgil Griffis came Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wainwrlght of Ml. Morlah United Methodist Church K. Duffy; back rowRichard
ROAD BAPTIST: over during the afternoon. Tallahassee were Friday overnight Choir rehearsal Is held Wednesday ) .' Wheeler. Robert E, Terrell.
Sunday School 10 a.m., Worship Mr. and Mrs. O.J. Boyette and guests of their mother, Mrs Mable before the first Sunday at 7 The ',.. ';:',. Donald Beeman, Ernie Williams
I Services II a.m. and 7 p.m., Training family. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Wainwright choir will sing at (' f.m. fi', a visitor; Dewey VUlllamH. and t
Williams and family of Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Brassell MiesIrene ', ,. .. .
Union 6 p.m.. Prayer Meeting Church for the choir anniversary at ..' .... :" ;" .' _. .'' .' Allen 1
and Mrs William L. Durban and ... "" .
Mr. and Miss .
Wednesday 7'30 Kev James Wainwright Joyce School 9:30 '
a.m.
p.m. 7:30: pm. Sunday : '' .. : Portee.'j
Parrish. Pastor.NOItTIISIDE family of Lake Butler, Mrs. Marvin Wainwright spent Thanksgiving Morning Worship 11 a.m. '. 1..( f. '. ,.{. 'j
BAPTIST! Sunday Rosier Miss Donna Carter of Holidays with Mr and Mrs. Jack Pleasant Grove United Methodist i.i'ti.: .. .. .. r-wr--r-
School 10 a.m., Worship Services 11 Melrose were Sunday dinner guests Brassell Jr.. Mr. and Mrs. Ferrel Church: The Young Adult Choir i' .. t
a.m. and 7 ., Prayer Meeting of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Durban and Brassell and Mr and Mrs Stephen rehearses each Wednesday! at 7:30: I .._ ., ... .. ... .,
Wednesday all p.m.SMYRNA family.Mr. Judd of Virginia. Prayer Services each Thursdayat ------
and Mrs. John DeVore and son Kate the p.m. and earned achievements as well.
MISSIONARY Mrs Thompson spent 7 Sunday School 10, a.m. Pack 73 Cub News
BAPTIST Sunday School 10 a.m.. of Atlanta, Ga., spent Wednesday to Thanksttivlna holidaYS with her son Communion p.m. Service 3 p.m. by Carolyn L. West The Cubs and leaders wish to thank I
Worship Services I II a.m. and 7 p.m., Saturday with their mother, Mrs. and daughter- Mr. and Mrs Church of God In Christ: Bible Band every one for all their time and

BTS 5'4lp.m.. Prayer Meeting Pauline DeVore and family. Buddy Thompson, 'and family of each Tuesday at 7 p.m. All members DEN NO. I LEADER Linda Smith patience.The .
Wednesday at 7 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Dobbs of Starke. are asked by ..the.. pastor to meet Denner Hal Wood turned over his Pack also .went to. Camp
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Jacksonville, were Sunday dinner Mr. and. Mrs.Ronnie- Mosley.. .p4children Friday. pee. 1. Sunday School. a.:30 shoulder cords! to Ricky Smith, the Blandlng the 28th of October. Ross
'PERSONALSRev guests of tholr ,rlndpllren.Mr.. and flat Mxvill t. w r.'Tnanf. a.m. Morning Worship a.m. with new denner. Assistant Denner Randy Allen was a big hit with the cubs. Theyall
Mrs. Arlie Dobbs and their/ sister, giving dinner guests of their parents Minister Dewey Taylor In charge. Wood turned over his shoulder cord to had a chance to hold a Boa Con-
and Mrs. David Brown spent Mrs. Edna Cason. and their granddaughter Mr. and Mrs. Harold Eunice. >'I i YPWW at 5:30: p.m. with Sister Bart Neighbors, the new assistant strictor. Ross milked a rattler
the week with their parents Mr. and Miss Shirley Knowles of Mr. and Mrs. D.R. Brown and Jimmy Thomas In charge Evening denner. skinned, cooked and offered it to the

Mrs. Foster Brown and their childrenof Macdenny. Willie and Chris Dobbs children and their mother Mr j Service 7:30: p.m. with Minister B. Receiving their Bob Cat Badges cubs.
Hillsville Marion and Chilhowe and Droniker Dobbs, of Jacksonville Lucille T. Ivey were Thanksgiving Cave presiding. You are invited. were: Gary Coleman Hal Wood Boy Scout skills were shared with
Va.. Brother Roger Eunice was ate with them on Sunday. dinner guests of her daughter, Mrs. Ebeneier Baptist Church: Bible Randy Wood and Scott Brown. Scott the cubs; Fire by Flint Log Sawing,
speaker on Wednesday night. Mrs. Sidney Hansen and her sister, Wyolene Day and son Keith, they' Study is held each Tuesday from 7:30- Brown also received 2 QSP awards for First Aid Relay and pole
Miss Elizabeth Terry spent Mrs. Walter Martin and her son and remained over until Sunday after 8:30 Prayer Services are held selling the first and the most books Raising.
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with her sister. Mr. and Mrs p.m. The cubs went on an action trail.
Tuesday to Friday daughter-in-law noon. each Thursday at 0.30: p.m. The Great job Scott!! _
Mrs. J.P Wyrlck of Tallahassee. Clifford Martin and family were deacons will meet immediately after' Receiving Achievement Beads They also had reptile exhibit, bah
Strickland of of their Mrs. John Tye, Sr., flew to Pensa- Confederate display
Their sister. Mrs C.E. Thanksgiving dinner guests meeting. There will bed board were: Gary Coleman, 2 beads; Shaun pipes. Army
I them Wednesdayand Mr. and cola Wednesday morning and spent'the prayer and care of axes.
Gainesville joined brother and sister-in-law. bead Marcus Thornton, 2 sharpening
meeting tomorrow I Friday, Dec. II at Schmidt, 1 ;
will be there until Monday Nov. Mrs. Ken Martin and family of Thanksgiving Holidays with her beads. Thanks to the "Dairy Queen" for

27 All of them. Mrs. Wyrick's son-in- Jacksonville. "BE FIRE SAFE" was the theme their donations of cups and napkins.
law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Mr and Mrs. Henry Hodges and Bookmobile to Stop in Graham for the month of October Cubs of Den Special Scout pins of thanks went to
Charles Carter, and their brother and family were Thanksgiving dinner No. I toured the local fire station and Linda Smith and Faye Williams who
sister-in-law\ Mr. and Mrs. John guests of their mother, Mrs. Annie located fire hydrants their area and have worked so hard for and with all
Carter. of Miami were Thanksgiving Mae Crews. Theressa Beginning Next Week around their school. After talks about their boys. Also to Chris and Tracy
dinner guests of Mrs. Wyrick's grandson Mr.and Mrs. Wendell Kelly of Lake fire hazards In their own home, a West of Girl Scout Troop 605 for all
and wife Mr. and Mrs. Larry Worth spent Wednesday to Saturdaywith entitled "Fire" was read and it their help on the paper drive. It's
Two new stops,one in Theressa anaone Monday, Wednesday, and Friday story all the scouts
Carter and family Mrs. Fred Moore their parents, Mr. and Mrs. discussed how fire works what is great to see working
Graham will be made beginning schedule of the bookmobile will was
carried Miss Terry to Greyhound Bus llermie Kelly, Mr. and Mrs.: Jack in what is Cubs together.We '
the week of Monday Dec. 4. by' remain the same.Tuesday' safe and dangerous.
Packtwo
also welcomed 'Into our
at Raiford and Miss Arthurine Blanchard Fates: were also Thanksgiving dinner calling on the telephone to
bus the bookmobile of the Bradford. practiced Den Mothers. They are: Den .
met her on the Friday guests of the Kellys. the fire station and reporting a fire new
Public .
schedule Is' Santa
Library. new Schimdt of
afternoon Mr and Mrs. Dave Kelly. Mr. County No.3. Mrs. Verna
Mrs. Joyce Futch of Hlackshear. Robert Kelly, Mrs. Angela Cullimoreand The bookmobile will stop at Fe Lake Midway Comer on SR-21, We are proud to have you all aboard.We Southside Elementary: and Den No.
Ga.. her son and daughter InlawIr.! children. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Edwards: Grocery at Theressa on 10.11 am. ; Edwards Grocery had three new boys sign up. 4. Mrs. Wanda Thornton. Starke
and Mrs. Benton Futch. their son Kellv of Jacksonville. Mr. Donnle Tuesday at 11-15\ am. and at the Theressa) SR-100 IRIS a.m. 12-15 Tommy Hardenbrook David Pat- Elementary. And we also welcomedTim I
Steve and friend. Miss Debbie Gray. Kelly,and Miss Lisa Ekard of Univer- Graham post office at 9'45 a.m. on p.m.; Hampton Post Office. 12'30230pm. terson and Dennis Glover. Gary Crews our new Webelos leader. '
Thursday. These two additional stops Coleman transferred to us. Welcome
that the bookmobile now New Cubs.
will mean ---------
rirrhr serves all communities of Bradford Certificates of Appreciation went to t
week. The Thursday's new schedule Is' the Bradford County
County once per changes
rP-o.orpeamdaT. I I1 are part of a continuing effort to provide : Graham post office. 45-10'45 a.m., Florida Times-Union, The Chamber 4-H NewsThe
'flO '- We Are Too o more convenient and efficient Brooker city hall. 11 a.m. I River of Commerce and accepting for the

:. .: library service to community residents Moonlight Enterprises at New Gainesville Sun was John Schmidt. I
'" tit says Librarian Dan Smith. on S1MOO west 1'30-2'30 p.m.JEV1AM. Many thanks to all for your support in
:\ our paper drive. We will still collect Lucky Leaf 4-H Club held a
\1) papers once a month call Mike West, meeting on Nov. 14.at the home of Mr.

'REVIVAL REVIVAL REVIVAL Sr., Cubmaster, for pick-ups. and Mrs. Jim Faulkner. There were
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w. N..d If any one has feathers of any kind, 11 members present.
I please save them as we will need all The president is Christie Faulkner.

,....... REVIVALCALVARY we can get for our Indian theme for Vice President Robert Carver Secre-
0 Your the Christmas Parade. All Dens will tary-Treasurer Susan Sapp. Sergeant-
1 ,( be working on this theme. Our thanksto at-Arms Butch Faulkner and
the II the Pizza Hut for contributing to Reporter Brian Whitehead.We .
BAPTIST our theme. have been having wood-working
II The theme for November will be classes taught by Mr. Jim Faulkner.

I "HIGH COUNTRY". We are learning about tools and
For additional information call making key holders. Plans are being
CHURCHCherry Cubmaster Mike West. Sr., at 964- made for a Christmas party where we

To Tell 8496. will exchange gifts.
G&D i Den No. 2 LEADER Faye Williams Our leaders this year are Mr. and
The World JIL & Madison St. Denner Michael West, Jr., turned Mrs. Warren Carver, Mr. and Mrs.
shoulder cords denner Jim Faulkner, and Mrs. Robert
over his to new
.. roars r r h a
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About Our Richard Klmutis. Assistant Denner Whitehead. We enjoy our meetingsand
KWIK KAR WASH I Dewey Williams turned over his would like anyone In the
ProductHwy Hear Evangelist shoulder cord to Donald Beeman. the Heilbronn Springs-Bayless Highwayarea
new assistant denner. -to join us.
16 East Receiving their Bob Cat Badgeswere Reporter Brian Whitehead
i I Brother!-Ron Gearis : Donald Beeman Dewey

Williams, Daniel Bronson, Allen
Porter, David Duffy,Richard Klmu sand 4-H HORSE CLUB
I Help Us With Our Advertlsment Program I SundayDec. 3rd. Roger RoweReceiving
Beads
their Achievement
And Win 5000 Or $25 For
I were: Dewey Williams, 1 bead: Games on horsebace and barbecued
P.M.
11:00, A.M And 7:00. Daniel Bronson, I bead; James hotdogs were the fare of the day at the
.3. Second Place . I i Io\" '<' Wallace, 1 bead; Richard Klmutis, 3 first Fun Day for 4-H horse families
II .' beads; and Michael West Jr.r went sponsored by the Bradford County 4-H

It's Simple To"Wln Just'Come Up With A Good Ad Telling Monday.Friday' for his last bead he now has 4 oead ,Horse, Council at the Roping Club
Receiving his Wolf Badge and his arena Sunday, Nov. 12,
I People About Why They Should Us. Kwlk Kar Wash To Wash I Through$ Gold Arrow was Michael West Jr. Tack, prizes were awarded to the
7:30 Dec. 8th
their Car Truck Camper Bus Horse Dog Etc. Nightly Den No. 2 had a lot of their winners of each event.
S''f' Achievements on display.On Shelley Raley and Mike Brunetti

I Ad Will 8e Judged On Originality/ And Content I ..ter.asrr.r the 12th of October. Den No. 2 shared top honors: by winning three.
went to the Fire Station and discussed prizes each.

I To En'r Compose Your Ad And Bring Your Ad To You Are Cordially Invited. fire hazards with them The 19th of This Saturday Dec. 2, the 4-H Horse
October they went to the Health Council is sponsoring a trail ride
II III :'I.*d Department where they listened to through the Camp Blanding
The Bradford Co. Telegraph
I I hearts and learned about
their reservation for all active 4-H
133 W. Call St. Stark, Florida We Will Have.Choir And Special Nutrition.And they were all weighed.The members and their families. Fifteento \
i .4" 26th of October, cubs all went to 20 horses and riders are expected to
I Night the Rescue Squad. There they showed Refreshments
Singing Every participate. will be
Wilier Will Be Notified Friday Dec. 22. 1978 I what the unit does to help people. served on the trail by volunteer. .4-H
I They all learned a lot from these trips. supporters
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