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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 6, 1977
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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a short meeting Monday morning Bradford County com- .. '.- I'
missioners quickly dispatched the few items of regular business '. I I, \ ': ': LIBRARY .;
and indefinitely tabled action to regulate. the discharge of a fire- .

arm Commissioner from a, county Hazel graded Paulk'road said she was bringing,I'the matter to $4317'27; lii Renovations FLA "!STOR\I\ i

f, the see commission if ordinance prior to was the start needed of the fall hunting.. in Novemberto ; ,

J Chairman George Roberts A representative of the state
", said currently there is a state Department of Transportationdid '. .
law governing the discharge not arrive for a scheduled
A of firearms on all paved roads 11 a.m. meeting with the j j"r. ;
1 and said he would be board. A DOT representativeis
" "relucant" to restrict the also scheduled to meet with Planned For Bradford High

1 discharge of firearms on commissioners Oct. 18, 3 p.m.to .
graded roads inspect roads to be turned

,, back to the ;:county.
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/ Roberts said in Bradford ""' -- Bradford County school board members gave the'' go ahead
* County (there is not a public i'r: Monday night,Octobers, for architect to
x, 'a .:. Craig Salley begin plans
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K hunting area and most hunting + w.v'AU i : 4 fS4t111. .tia .A ?Sa \ for the renovation of the Bradford High{ School 'cafeteria
,if I
is done on private tracts auditorium and gym using $431.727 as the top,dollar tabe spent
II and such an ordinance would
be "tough" to enforce. N., ,> s ,, ,!dl. 1w Salley was also given the go ahead in the workshop session to
draw up specifications prior to seeking bids f covered: walkwaysat

, r r type the high school, and middle" school complexes. The covered.
i Commissioners'agreed if it } walkways will .cost $40,000.' -
became hazardous they might ww t1 t 4'_ 'r'L' i'L i d 1rlr The unencumbered funds 'bilily testing Will be done' in
, have to consider a solution. 1 y r { are available from capital Bradford;County schools in-
} Commissioner E.W Hodges : -, outlay and public education. .the fifth; eighth and 11 grades
!said he was against adopting .. bond amendments. later in October; ,
such an ordmace g-i3& Anticipated revenue' projected : In a special meeting before
: to" .. a $ through the year,1983 Is the Work' session ,board
$791,231. The school system approved the purchase of 20
In other business the board tl also has the option to borrow, low 'voltage cutoff switches
signed an application for state in advance of ad valorem costing about $100 each for the
funds for local government r taxes one-fourth of the pre. school system's largest, units.

comprehensive planning r1 cecding year's tax .revenue,, Low voltage'destroyed a ,
grant assistance The joint eV''t.' F k.l 1, 4 ..ul! ,i about $198.000 :compressor: at the high school '
application by Brooker In a preliminary study '''board members were told.
Lawtey Hampton and the Salley projected all the' George Brown who repairsthe
I county would help offset theJ6iNHi "wishes" were granted units told the school board
$ for the county plan, renovation:' of. the cafeteria every time the voltage is low
said countyoning director ,.,' would be $128S75: renovationof from the city of Starke they
I 1..1\1. Games .,:' ": wl' "-;:.> ,";., the auditorium, $280,800;;, lose another piece of equipment .
'P', and renovation of the ,'
"I:, .\" : gym -
< '"' .;jPJ'' eti r The board also discussed re
business the board w' p .*
In other
!6y 1f N!?;.. ? .r i would cost $502,673. Cost pairs to boilers at various
received a audit report for "'!: ; p '::- i iM estimate for a new cafeteria Is school centers which will be
former property appraiser ;''n;".ihi', r' $573.750
,, .., needed before"the cold
Gene Long from Oct. 1.1975 to '
Board members
present
weather. boilers have
Jan. 3, 1977 <0.1 TIC)
; Chairman Arthur Gaskins
been cheeked by two compa -
Vernon Parmenter and Pat nip*.' Smith and Co of
The report said Long's ,. '" ,t,', Spengler instructed Salley to Gainesville estimated a cost

"financial records were iR pare the amounts to the. ',..fkA $300 labor per boiler, plus
enl'rallyell kept and internal $431,727
w parts. A second estimate froman
I control over cash Superintendent TomCaseytold Orlando firm Is expectedby
transactions was good"Total the board he was\ pre- mail later in the week.

assessed valuations for I' 1 a five year plan as require Casey, said he would call a
Bradford County in 1975 were '< '. by-ilia( state Casey special,<,emfrgncy.mudiag.*... '.'
$2117.) 176.. 2W5\ in 1976 $289, 761 ''10' trojectedenrollmentincreaseFor for noon Thursday or Friday
174 the county schools for the decide on a course of action.
,, M next year at 200 pupils each in
Tabled for study was a u + Hampton and Brooker Casey (In other action the board:
request by zoning director estimates Brooker will need -Approved until the
L.l\1. Gaines to place Fred four January board meeting to
:Mueller on the toning board Shotgun Riders Guard Loot On Way To New Bank Building; Hampton additional three.classroomsand supply lunches for children
:Mueller spoke against the Projected enrollment next attending a day care center

raise in county millage during Valuables, documents and money were heavily guarded by shotgun toting tractor Ernest: Triest! estimates there are 350 tons of concrete in the modernistic year at Law ley is 400 needing operated by the Concerned
public budget hearings.Commissioners Starke police Saturday as the contents of the Community State Bank were two-story structure which stands on the corner of Edwards Road and L'S-301' seven new classrooms, said Citizens of Bradford County at
moved to the new building at Bradford Square. In photo above Police l.t. south providing convenient banking facilities to shoppers in Bradford Square. Casey. the old RJE school.
instructed Denton DeVoe and Assistant Chief Harold Crews ride shotgun with safety Southside will need five new Casey said the group expected
The muted gold colored building has the most modern protective systems. to have the cafeteria in
county attorney Dudley Hardyto
deposit boxes from the old vault to the new building. classrooms for the projected
obtain more information Cost of the building was (342.000. 637 operation very soon and would
about hiring a law firm to A new 6.0IM square foot office building!( Is currently going up across Edwards Starke pupils provide lunches for Head
will
represent indigents in The new building opened for business !Monday morning, offering banking toad from the new bank as the 301 south commercial strip continues to expand.A need two Elementary classrooms for Start and the day care center.
Bradford County Last year customers 9,500 square feet of floor space and three drive-in windows. Con- second office building will be added later. the projected new 657 students. The board will consider a

the county paid between $S.000 Casey said Bradford Middle long term 99 year lease of the
and $7MX( ) to hire attorneys School KJE at the regular'board
c? Ylrr, '4 will not require any building
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when. the public defender had ?
classrooms October 17
Harold Is New new next year and meeting
conflict and could not Epps
a enrollment is projected at 717 -Approved a pay request
represent an indigent f "ni pupils for $2.250 by Craig Salley for
Casey projected enrollmentat construction documents for
Hardy said the contract i t the high school at 1.221 next paved parking and drives.
could be for a set fee or an Council ChairmanWith x. atv" year and 14 additional classes. -Awarded to the lowest
hourly basis and Alachua "', s>r The increase at Law ley, bidder a contract to supply
(County is currently investigating to keep the doors Brooker and Hampton is food paper products and
this t type of service the beginning of a new necessary *af expected to come from the custodial supplies.
fiscal year Starke City council o Some of the items the R addition of the eighth grade in -Approved the annual
members Tuesday, October 4. council will be looking at Epps Irt each of these three centers. special education program
elected Harold "
unanimously said tabled from a meeting A
said, are cutting eXpI'nseswhere Casey increases over a prior
Epps to act as mayor and t+ five year period will come clause offering pregnant
they can keepingthe
Wilt l mOWn QIrirr commmssioner for the next
city solvent from students retained in students home study was
'" year Epps said he would like to schools rather than a jump in removed from the program,
Charles J
Epps replaced new students. because they can attend the
condition of the streets
see )
Schaefer who held chat spot 1 State mandated accounta- Vo-Tech center if they choose
Improved a drainage study
,
for three years. In handing -
,Y over the gavel Schaefer said made, and a sidewalk in frontof
/) he was turning over the "hot the library. ?
seat" to Epps and pledged his "The real work ahead is t New Street Lights SetOn

support in the upcoming year. developing and Implementingthe .. I
Epps said he hopes this will city comprehensive plan; .,
be a working council that will, said Epps. Other concerns are ,,1i Madison StreetNew
water quality, the sewer ,
Friday, Oct. 7 be concerned about taxpayer i rt +
dollars and spend only what is system and solid waste traffic signal lights are at Madison! and Call Streets
disposal.Epps said this will bea for the intersection of and reflector lights separatinglanes
BHSFOOTBALLBig "busy year" and he will Madison and Orange Streets on US-301Bowen said
Red Ruled work toward staying within j and Madison and Walnut In other business the
-vEaJtiide$- Stabbing the budget. 1 Streets by the state Department council. I
)
Citizen's Field Epps praised outgoing 1 lW of Transportation -Voted to give Claude ,
GainesvilleIp.m. Self DefenseIn Mayor" Schaefer for a "fine' Police Chief Jimmy Bowen Hardee retroactive pay to
job. told city commissioners
September 1 as plant
a two day jury trial Earl A motion by Joe Warren for r JiaS as w.M w. 1'ie Tuesday night, Oct 4. mechanic foreman, on the
Walker of Starke was found to the mayor commissioner not Bowen said DOT will recommendation of[ the bond
have acted in self-defense succeed himself died for the On hand MOnday, October 3. for ribbon cutting ceremonies at the new Community State Bank installnew trustees.
Oct. 7,1t when he stabbed Albert F. lack of a second. were (11 l-r) bank vice-president>ne Fulmer contractor Ernest Tries! ,\.(-. Lee, Margaret traffic Call lights at Pratt, -Approved utility write offs
7. Warren was unanimously Miller Senator Charley E.Johns, bank president, and Dr. Pete Kelos. a director. Madison and Washington of $1,356, bad check write offs,
May
Young on
Lawtey Bluegrass has feet of floor and Is located in Bradford Streets at US-301 in 1978. DOT
selected as mayor pro-tern. The half-million dollar facility 9500 square space
deliberated
for
The Jury two also to install turn 10)Other' )
Music Festival plans lights (See Page
hours before returning the not Committees set up by Epps Square on US-30l south.

guilty verdict on the charge of for the upcoming year are: .

aggravated battery.Sigsbee Scruggs Gainesville Silcox utility,, chairman co-chairman.Vernon Joe Workers Voted Same
attorney
Tuesday,Oct.11 City Package
defended Walker before Warren and member Merrill[ J

Brooker Council Circuit Judge Wayne Carlisle. Dees; recreation, Schaefer,
Warren and Cheryl Godwin:
7:30p.m. Walker 31,admitted cutting street, Schaefer, Epps, and
Young also of Starke duringa Tommy Hicks; fire, Epps,
Starfct Land Use fight which started inside Wilbur Waters and Eldon Court Awarded Electrical Employees i j

7p.m. the Pine Tree !Inn on SR-100 Sapp; rules Laws and or
City Hall east Starke.. dinances Warren. Epps and
The two had exchanged George Pierce; safety. City commissioners voted awarded by the court to unIonized cent increase in take.homepay union employees would be come up for final adoption at \
words inside the bar when Waters Warren and 'Jimmy non-union employees the electrical workers. The retroactive period equal to the eight percent the October 18 meeting ThenewfiscalyearbeganUctober
Thursday.Oct.ilHamcmaktrs Walker said he thought Young Bowen; and sanitation. Silcox, same five percent back pay a. After the vote. Councilman covers the same period city received by the electrical
4 had gone to his car In the Warren and S.R. Hicks. circuit judge awarded elec- Joe Warren moved to amendthe electrical workers were union employees retroactiveto I, Schaefer said the council I
Club parking lot to get a knife, As part of the new year trical employees, retroactiveto motion on awarded back pay by Circuit October 1, 1976, said would receive bad marks
10..m.Agriculture. according to testimony during sworn in were chief of police a period from October 1976 to include the unionized poke Judge Wayne Carlisle In commissioners. from the auditor for not I
Bldg.. the trial. Walker said he Jimmy Bowen city clerk to July 1977, department, and got a second August. Epps said he did not have a having new budget adopted,
reached around a third man Merrill Edwards, and council from Councilman Wilbur Also included in the original cost figure for the retroactive prior to the end of the 1976-77
and stabbed Young when members Warren and Silcox. In a unanimous vote, the Waters; a former member of motion by Harold Epps and pay. City Clerk Merrill Ed fiscal year. ,
Young made a move toward Reappointed were i all city action came Tuesday Oct. 4, the police force. The amend- seconded by Wilbur Waters wards said it would !take a ,.*t
c-.ailhle him police officers, city surveyor .under old business before the ment passed 3-2. Mayor was to pay the base phone bill couple of weeks to implementthe i'.'t u I
Walker said he received) a Merrill McMillan dog cat council reorganized for the Charles Schaefer casting the for city personnel that are on motions and meant he
; ( L1mmUt1tt1'@ltntt scratch on the arm caused by cher, Denton DeVoe and city new fiscal year. Councilman swing vote; Epps and Councilman normal stand-by year round. would have to rework the Epps in discussion wanted ;
Hank Young. Young suffered a 12- attorney George Pierce.. Harold Epps elected the new vernon Silcox voting no This will cover six people In budget again., City workers to include a $1 per week per .1\\
Inch cut along lib left side but The utility committee Is to chairman Tuesday night. Commissioners voted June the electric department, two will receive back benefits in a year longevity pay, but .
A_ n... ........ u. managed to drive himself to meet with the bond trustees to suggested several weeks ago 21 to pay retirement benefits each in the gas, street and one lump check aside from backed off after difficulty in
T. 120.000 k. Bradford County Hospital for select a replacement for Cliff that non-union employees for non-union workers. In sewer department. regular paychecks.The getting the proper wordinguntil
I ....... o... bw..u r_ treatment. Hazen whose term expired.: receive the same benefits effect giving them a five per The. five percent for non- budget is expected to a later time. '

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Charlene Campbell, David Griffis Karen Gissy,


To Wed Dec. 3 Jodie Johnson ideff r --J


Mrs. Marcelene Campbellof Wedding Oct. 8


engagement Hampton of announces her daughter the, Miss Karen Gissy and JodieV. (j(adyJ moot,: ocieryt:GJilor,., .964-7608, r

Charlene Diane, to David Johnson will be united in .---_..- .- -------
Keith Griffis, son of Mr and R' marriage Saturday. Oct. 8, at' ,
Mrs. James A Griffis of "+i 6 p.m. on the lawn of the S. D. Andrews Celebrate25th' 'Vickie Hazen and, Michael Beck
Granam. bride's parents home in Green I
Miss Campbell and Mr. Acres with reception Anniversary '
Norlhside Baptist
Griffis both graduated from following also on the lawn. Wed Sept. 10 At

Bradford High School. Miss k All friends and relatives are Mr. and Mrs. Seeber Doyle silver holders. Mrs. Danny _
Campbell graduated in 1976, invited to attend.Charlene 'Andrews of Wildwood Thompson served the cake The Northside Baptist
Mr. Griffis graduated in 1975. celebrated their 25th wedding and Misses Kathy Casey and Church. Starke was the
The wedding will take place Debbie Andrews served
t Melvin anniversary Sunday, Oct. 2. at setting for the marriage of
December 3. a reception given by' their punch.Outoftown. Vickie Dianne Hazen, fw'
,," children Debbie and guests were:
Andy daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
d iM Terry ThomasTo Randv at the home of .Mrs.\ Mr. and Mrs. Jack Middleton. Harley L. Hazen, to Michael t''
GASFILLUP Wildwood
WINS' Mrs.
Andrews' brother-m-lawand, ; Danny
Ronald Beck son of Mr. and
Mrs Ethel Vernon Rt.. Box Wed Oct. 8 sister Mr: and Mrs. T. L. Miss Thom Debbie son, Jimmy Crews Mr.Moore and Mrs. C. J. Beck all of Starke. .
Jr. Bessent Road.
Casey on Rev. Milton Dukes
688, Starke received $999 The refreshment table Mrs. Fred Brown, Mr. and performed +
was the
worth of gasoline Oct. 2 from covered with a white lace Mrs. G.J. Chanpagn, Mr, and candlelight ser 1 y ''Iww
Service Station The wedding of Charlene 8 p.m.
David
Starke Amoco Mrs. Moore of Highlighting
cloth and centered with
for hitting[ one of the dollar Melvin and Terry Thomas will an Jacksonville;; Mrs. Pearl the altar were (
amounts posted for free fill- CAMPBELL-GRIFFIS take place Saturday Oct. 8, arrangement of lavender Boyer and Henry Wilson two arrangements of light ,
up. Owner Norman Dague -------------- 7:30 p.m., at the Brooker Ranked and pink carnations .Fnirfiplrt Mrs. Gavle Todor. blue and gold pompoms andbaby's '
!said this is the first winner Andrews Baptist Church. by pink tapers in Scot and Brad Orange Park; breath against a ,,, :
since he began the free ttll-up Mr. and Mrs. Guy Mr: and Mrs. J. W. Thomas, background of two gold candle
about a month ago. returned Switzerland, All friends and relatives are Woman's Club Live Oak; Mrs. Chester Andrews basket trees and gold candle
months in Little invited to attend. Gene Andrews, Mr. arch with burning tapers.; ,, '
N.C To and Mrs. Wilbur Andrews Beth Davis pianist, and
Meet Wed.
Mr. and Mrs. Flovd Wit-sins./ Stephanie Green, soloist ., a;
BANKAMERICA MASTER CHARGE Rev and Mrs. Jim Coun presented a program of .
October F.y
12 nuptial music. .
tryman, New River; Mr. and :
I SALEM Mrs. W.F. Moore and Mr. and Donnie Beck attended his i
SPORTSWEAR The Education committee of Mrs. Michael Moore, Lawtey. brother as best man Ushers 1
the Woman's Club of Starke were Greg Champion Donald
Old Town* will be in charge of the lun- Champ) Champion and Mark
cheon-meeting Wednesday Beth Tanner Champion.

7 & 1 CLUB = Oct. 12, at 12:15: pm. Mrs.Julie Padgett attendedas
1 Charles H. Hall assistant Celebrates8th matron of honor. Patricia
of B.H.S. will be the Lynn Bell of Jacksonville was
''Get One Salem Garment FREE featured speaker giving a bridesmaid. They were at
For Every SEVEN You Purchase, chalk-board presentation of BirthdayLittle > tired alike in light blue, soft
sleeveless dresses
with
Basic Styles and Techniquesin crepe
Art Education.The Miss Beth Tanner lace cape They wore tiny blue
Of Your PurchasesAnd After Your hostess committee is: celebrated her eight birthday pompom headpieces and
Mrs. L. A. Canova, chairman Thursday Sept 29, at a carried arm bouquets of blue
7 h You Get A Free Salem Item Aty Mrs. J. F. Bloodworth, Mrs.; skating party given by her and gold pompoms with
The Average Retail Price Off Your/ \\b W. J. Epperson, Mrs. W, H. parents Mr. and Mrs. Oral baby's breath and light blue
Tanner, at the Lawtey Skating satin ribbons.
Hart Mrs. W. T. Jackson,
7 Purchases. JKIT'S > Mrs. Richard Jockel, Mrs. Rink. Dana Norman served as
A BEAUTIFUL BARGAINlW % Leola Roberts, Mrs F. W. The 35 youngsters enjoyed flower girl and wore a light
and blue sleeveless dress
Strickland, Mrs. John A, skating punch birthday crepe
133 E. (:fill St. Storks, 'IG 5051 Torode and Mrs. Gladys cake during the party hours. with ruffle at the bottom and a ,
Weldon. lace apron. She carried a t ,
smaller bouquet of the same
flowers.
DUPLICATE BRIDGE .The bride given in h y, '

CLUBRESULT3 marriage bv her father wore ,. ,>F

IIIIIilllllll T I G I. Iy IIIIIIIIiIIIllllllllllllillllllleerllilllllllllllllllL a soft White satin floor length '
& Mrs. R.A. Green and Mrs. gown with neckline and full
: Clyde B. Terwillegar were the long sleeves. encircle-ltke
winning couple at Duplicate flower border the :dir and Mrs. Michael Beik
chapel train. She wore antique white breath and white and
Bridge Tuesday night. Tieing baby's gold underlay was cen
;CGCIiL e L C for second were Eva Mathew pearl earrings belonging to satin-ribbons tered with a four tiered
son and Jeff Wrenshall and her aunt Mrs. M. E. Wood of A reception was held in the wedding cake topped i with a
301 S Siorke Flo Mrs. Ed Wainwright and Jacksonville. Her elbow church Fellowship Hall bride and groom In front of
/IIIIIIIIIIililllllllllllilllllll"""' '''' "" "llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll" Hilda Dey. Mrs. F.J. Shaw length veil of illusion was Brenda Creamer greeted the the cake was the bride's
and Mrs. S.W. Hamilton were bordered with the same daisy- guests at the door and kept the bouquet.| Cutting the cake
third. like flowers. She carried a bride's book. were Priscilla Malnakcr and
hniinuet of gold, blue and The bride's table was Donna Sa mons.
white pompoms with blue and covered with a lace cloth over The punch table was
blanket covered with a gold cloth with
lace overlay and held two
crystal punch howls Centering
the table was' an
arrangement of gold (flowers
wecouldsellyouthis Assisting in serving were

?,. .,,, Mrs Huth Sheppard of
Gainesville Diana Davis
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a ,' ( : 7'J"/ 10 l Darlene Unffis und .,Sherry
MAlONE Cole. "
Laura Griffin and Lindy
Gilbert handed out the rice

onBeautyandValueolone bags After week's wedding trip
to Tennessee :North; Carolina
mountains and Disnev World

but we won't... because the Baylt'Ss couple Highway is residing on

The bride granddaughter of
!Mr and :Mrs D. J. Norman of
wewant Lawtey, is a 1978 midterm
graduate of Bradford High

BLANK T youtoknowuare School
Mr. Beck is a l')76 graduateof
Bradford High School and is
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4 in nylon binding Machmewash t Produce Department
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3.99 *# / ?s a M ,. Karen Gissy

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*' Shower HonoreeMiss
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Karen Gissy, Oct. 8
bride-elect, was honored at a

y hegerict \\ Thursday
given by Patricia
/ r; 1i Wainwright, Debbie and
Susan Edwards; and :Mrs. J.
r M. Edwards Jr. at the homeof
t the latter.
/ The refreshments table was
kv covered with a white linen
clot hand centered with a pink
and white silk flower
\ arrangement. Joyce Meng
F assisted in serving.In .
t + the living room was an
\ 1k 1C iL arrangement of yellow roses.
\ 'r I' The 20 guests included Mrs.

/ y ,,,,,, Joe Gissy, mother of the
Y jY honoree. and from out-of-town
'Yt.' I. k,1 r ,,.. were Cindy Gissy and
.. .' \. Gmny
f .,.:, i J Patz of Tallahassee and Janel
,+ y. = \ jbL>'- wy Goodman of Lake City.
The hostesses presented the
ii honoree with a yellow rose

2x90'r r.. corsage as a memento of the
i4, I y. occasion


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Regal MajestyrWUaia. own Sin .359". set FAMILY HKt'MON:: :
L I u. 'c. KingSizi 499"..Set The family reunion of Ed
and Vida D.val will be held
MATTMMS FOUNDATION Sunday. Oct. 9,.at the home of
Gene Bass in Sampson City.
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MtfcriMi.. cmrk. Mrit 14 UuriMtlr.IIM tarftr daughters. Marcia and Terri
1 "Eqr "IWtIYB. ... qss/ and Mrs. GA Gay visited
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'Kenneth Crawford un Mrs. Paul G. Brown '
Jr. Club Meeting derwent surgery Monday in returned last Friday from a Mr and Mrs J. E. Hardy Mr. and Mrs A. B.
Maclay Gardens In North Florida Regional weeks visit with her brother spent the weekend with their Whitehead and daughter
Tallahassee was the setting Ms Betty Young, owner of Hospital. and sister-in-law, Mr. and son-in-law and daughter, Mr Charlotte visited Mr. and f'
for the wedding August 19 at "Things by Hand'Twill be the Mrs. Frank Palmer in Dallas, and Mrs. David Mendenhall at Mrs. Charles Whitehead and
5:30 p.m. of Miss Robin L guest speaker at the Junior Mr and Mrs Leo Championhad Texas. Stone Mountain, Ga. family in Jacksonville Sun I
Deal and Charles G Starling, Women's Club meeting as Sunday guests: Mr. day. :,"',
Jr. W ( .Monday.'Oct. 10, at 7:30: p.m. and Mrs. Steve Kuechen- Mrs. Jean Darby of Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Harrison
Parents of the couple are : at the club house. meister (the former Jan Gainesville was visiting visited their son and daughter- Mr. and Mrs. Norman
Mr and Mrs. Henry Deal of a Ms Young will give a Thompson) and daughter, friends here last Friday, in-law, Mr. and Mrs. William Walker and son of Gainesville '
Perry and Mr. and Mrs demonstration on various arts Kimberly of Summerville S. L. Harrison in Waycross on visited her grandparents, Mr. J'
Charles G, Starling, Sr. of I and crafts and will also tell C., Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Mrs. W. J. Epperson, Mrs.L. Sunday and Mrs Barney Mcllae last t
Lawtey ., about some of the classes that Thompson of Ocala Mr. and V. Hardin, Mrs Dorothy Friday. ;
The Rev. Gordin Burgin, are available to the public. Mrs. Bill Thompson and son, Salazar Miss Lillian Stump, (< pastor of the Haywood Cates Refreshments will be Tim of Gainesville Miss Lois Mrs. J. R. Kite. Mrs. Emma ft }
Baptist Church performedthe served by the hostesses for the Kuechenmelster of St Louis, Rene Weaver and Mrs. B. C
lovely garden ceremony evening Mrs. Gary Stephensand Mo.. Mrs Lola Nelson of Holtzendorf Sr. attended the
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Given in marriage by her r1 Ms. Kitten Hull. Keystone Heights Kelly district five PresbyterianWomen .f fSO
brother, Ricky Deal of < I : :\\.i' rh '. Richards of Orange Park and of the Church meeting
Tallahassee, the bride wore a j 1" Mrs. Helen Harley of Starke. in the Silver Springs Shore I I'f'
white bridal creation in an J .." Homemakcr'gClub They all attended the Presbyterian Church in Ocala
empire A-line silhouette. \ 'S Sv christening of baby Kimberly Sunday afternoon.Mrs. \
Chantilly lace adorned the : '). To Meet Sunday at the First United
bodice dipping to a deep V at ,1 Methodist Church. Bertha Pearce spent
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pearls and lace appliques : ,.- '' of
"'J' .' .f.q Mrs. Peggy Chancey E. R. Smyth in Largo, The c ,
dotted the front of the skirt .,. .. ", .. 't ':" The regular meeting of the Perry was Thursday to Smyths brought Mrs Pearce 1NSt "
and apppeared at the small .' ,, ''<.:'1 Bradford County Home- Sunday guest of Mr and Mrs. home on Friday and they all t
standup collar. The full ': ; .0(.:. :. .: makers Club will be held John Greene and they all visited Mrs Annie Mae Ensor
lantern sleeves were cuffed :'i > HI\.,\; Thursday; October 13, 10 a.m. spent Word and Saturday at in Baptist Memorial Hospitalon CHRISTMAS h
with chantilly lace and seed in the agriculture building. Disney Saturday.
pearls. Completing the attire ,. : 1 Guest speaker will be Joel GIFTS & DECORATIONS ,-,
the bride wore a cathedral! J"'I,
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The attendants were attiredin Saturday with a family steak "
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front midriff and short ruffled Starling Jr. of Lake City Mr. and Mrs. S. l QUILLING BEGINNING ART
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Mrs Sharon Completely Sue Yates, Instructor (Drawing, Painting, Batik)
and lace parasol with blue The bride's table, covered in Hradshaw cut and served the Best and daughter, Tina, Mr.
satin streamers white lace over a blue underlay wedding cake. and Mrs. Ricky Solze Mr. and Inifolfecf Starts Tues.. Oct 11 Starts Mon., Oct. 10
Kddie: Mathis of Per ryM'ft held the three tiered The punch table was also Mrs. John Miller and Sherry $1690 10 A.M. -12 Noon 7 P.M. 10 PM.
as best man Phillip cake decorated in the bride's covered with a white lace Hamilton '1000 For 5 Classes, '15 For 5, Classes
]ttevd served as the groom chosen colors and was cloth over a blue underlay and Mr Miller was presentedgifts L1VA t'::.- -1) Plus Materials Plus MaterialsStarke
.sman adorned! at the top with the centered with a cut glass and a cake decorated in a
The reception as held at traditional bride and groom punch bowl surrounded with "bingo" theme. .. EGGERY
the recreation area of :Maclay Mrs: Lucretia Heard, cousin delicacies. Mrs. Linda 124 HOUR ..bl'O't..I..h..1. i BY
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Rutherford of Madison and
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Bristol, cousins of the bride Among the out-of-town 93011:30; : AM. = C? \
OTHS poured the punch. guests at the Starling-Deal yi rM.Air C..Iff..rt.tjY '10 For 5 Classes : 0t
Mrs. Ann Harvey of Perry wedding August 19 at Maclay STARKE 964.7701 ItAa1s14M71S t-
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sister of the groom, kept thehride's Gardens, Tallahassee were r.. S!
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Melissa l.ee burn August :ill) at Ll'rissalichelle: wedding Eddie Griffis, Mr and Mrs. C. ; \\V5w ,

Shands'I'eaching Hospital I. in Sliands Teaching ... .., ... ,
After a short wedding trip Starling, Sr., Joey Starling, - - - - - ------------ ---- - - ----- -
Grandparents iiie :Mr and f Hospital\ and
the couple is residing in Miss Melissa Starling
Mrs Robert Karl: :Martin of Grandparents are Mr and Tallahassee. Wayne Starling of Lawtey .
Starke and Bernice :Mrs Jimm> :Martin and ;Mrs Mrs. Phyllis Seaborn and
rriuk'H (jriftis all of Starke. --------
.\ugu tlnous of Jacksonville Stephanie of Bristol and Mrs. J
..-------- --------..I \Mr\ and Mrs. C. L. Cooper Linda Rutherford of Madison.Mr. .
Thomas and TheresaDoh'rty visited !Mr and Mrs. Marvin
Melrose: announcethe LaCross and Mr. S. M Miller _- =
:Mr and Mrs :Norman'; Stewart in and Mrs.
of[ Lawley announce birth of a son Thomas and Mrs J. V. Lockler in and Tina Best honored John 1 Mo
the Trajlor birth of a daughter. Kingston Doherty, Jr born Steinhatchee on Friday and Alfred Miller on his 59th birthday ____ _
Monica Dawn born Sept 28 in Oct 1 in Alachua General Saturday. Saturday with lunch at the q -_
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Alachua General lIospltal.irandpnrl'nls lIosplt"Grandpan'nts Garden Restaurant. o
Glenn( Hamlon Melrose: and MrsyJ,, D. Warren visited
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:Mrs Jimmy Hitch of Janice Simpson Whitmore her sister Mrs-J,..Ct$trough', :Mrs. John Miller and r r f
Theresa and :Mr\ and :Mrs Lake :Mich and :Mr and Mrs: in Omaha. Neb. Saturday to daughter, Mary Anne visited 5ll '"
Kobert Tra>lor of Law te> (larence Doherty of Hartland, Wednesday of last week whois Mrs. Mae Jones in St. Vin- -
:Mich seriously ill cent's Hospital on Sunday.

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SENIOR CITIZENSThe great grandmother is Mrs. the school library. All his

Hampton Senior Freda Marie Meng of Toledo, friends will be cheering him (From Page 3) Miss Darlene Stancil, Nov.
Citizens plan their next Ohio.Paternal greatgrand- on to victory when he plans to ._ bride-elect of Michael Lee,
meeting for Friday,October 7, mother is Mrs. Marie enter competition in r I t ?n uD Mr:. and Mrs. Karl Smith of Local admittances this lo was 11 complimented at a
in the City Hall from 2-4 p.m. Fullerton of Jacksonville Jacksonville on Nov. 51! Malad, Idaho'' visited their Bradford County Hospital miscellaneous bridal shower
Starke-
\ Anyone who can make that Amy Clark and Jody aunt: Mrs. T'D.DYhJ/dWd-: : \ / week include: from Lois Tuesday, evening. Sept.. 27,
meeting is sure to enjoy it. SCHOOL NEWS Wadsworth also participatedin nesday Sept. 28. Mrs.; Smith Mrs. Doris Miller, Mrs- by the Ladies
I 4-11 CLUB Mrs. Noelle Silk's large that contest at Starke last 1 (Keatna) is the youngest Thigpen, Mrs: Lollie, King Fellowship given of Grace Baptist
, class welcomed Saturday.Students. I Leonard Keene Mrs. Grace
Next Hampton 4-H Club Kindergarten I daughter of Mr. Solomon in the church
Meeting is scheduled to take Terrie Ann Brown as a new in the 3rd and 5th .- : David Dukes and lived in the Griffis, Mrs. Willie McKenzie, Church refreshment table annex.
I place Monday, October 10, at student recently. grades will be taking the I Graham-Brooker prior to Mrs Bonnie Seay and Mrs. covered The with a white cloth was anda
Mrs. reggy
the Hampton Elementary Mrs. Joyce Kuykendall'ssecond Florida State Assessment test :J the death of both parents from Gladys'Weldon; bowl encircled
punch
crystal
School from 7:30-8:30: : p.m. graders are happy to on October 11 and 12. ", ,t. the flu in 1919. Mrs. Smith's Glover' from Hampton; Mrs. was used
as
Anyone in the 3rd grade or have Todd Parker as a new Teachers are preparing the __ I .' sister-in-law Mrs. Leland Emma Rohlin from Keystone with greenery a
older is welcome to come, classmate.Our students this week for that .! Dukes,was also a visitor with Heights; Mrs. Bamer Lowery centerpiece. with The gift table,

regardless of race, creed or physical Education important test. _._ __; .. Ij"." i the Smiths. The Smiths attended Alichia Griffis and Mrs. Annie also covered cloth, centered a matching with
I rl was
white
Instructor, Ben is Starling from Lawtey;
color. Many interesting Moxley, = ( t. the Dukes Family
The children in Mrs. ArleenRich's from and yellow floral
projects are being planned. doing his best to put his >i _._7.:: : \ : Reunion in Lake Butler. Wallace Woodard an apricot .
third and fourth
grade arrangement.The
students in the best physical o .1-\ Raiford.
conition. all of class are learnign some very '.. ; f 30 guests enjoyed
CYSTIC FIBROSISMrs. They get plenty _.,, :- and
Susie Lott is now (good exercise by running interesting historical facts < P' L:' ).),. .-. E.L. Matthews returned last Mr. and Mrs. L.C. Earlv playing games prizes
about -' - -- -- ----- ---- awarded to Miss Debbie
our townHampton.Last were
collecting donations for the jumping and various Mobile Ala the past
Last Thursday afternoon Mrs. Pat Spengler and Jesse Wolbert. co-chairman Friday from a ten-day trip to were in Gray and Mrs. Janie Ratliff.
treatment of this childhood organized games. Friday of the week attending the Early
disease. in the Tug O'War Competition, their principal, Mr. Connie Bradford County March of Dimes, make plans for the upcoming Lima and Cusco Peru, and family reunion. Hostesses for the eveningwere
the Panama Canal Zone with
the 7th beat the Clark told them some facts campaign. Mrs Inez Faulk, Mrs.
Please offer grade girls 6th
your first school built in the Florida Air Travel and Mrs. Louise
about the Green
assistance! grade girls.Then these same peat And Jesse Wolbert Association. While in Peru the Mrs. J. C. Dukes, Debbie Gerry
1890. Whatever happened to Spengler
beat the
6th and
7th
girls end Mrs. Jerry
the old Hampton Training group visited Machu Pijchu, Spengler Bell.Among the guests were Mrs.
Next, the 6th and Orlando
LAKE grade ,
HAMPTON boys Wilson were in over
Congratulations to Diane 7th grade girls beat the 6th School? Ask chip third or Selected To Head March Of Dimes the "Lost City of the Incas". in the weekend and attended C.E. Stancil mother of the
the Andes Mountains.Mrs.
Cardin who celebrated her 7th and 7th grade boys four timesin fourth grade Now they HAMPTON HILITES- and Jesse "South Pacific". honoree; Mrs.. Jimmy Lee,
wish to know more about those Pat Spengler mother of the groom-to-be
the
birthday on October 3 a row. Naturally girls
"olden' days!" Do any of you LUNCH MENU Wolbert have been selected as and Mrs. Darby Gaskins,
Mrs. Viola Lefebvre are very proud of this accomplishment -
celebrated her bithday on readers have any informationto OCT. 10.14MONDAY co-chairmen of the Bradford Mr. and Mrs. Don Page grandmother of the groom-to-
share? Factual informationis .. County March of Dimes this Ida Latham Is Edward
October 2 with an outing at It is nice to see Mrs. Mabel : Spoonburgers, Dowling visited Dr. and Mrs. be.
Strickland's Landing with her Sanders at the school on needed for our shcool Rice, Carrot. Raisin Cabbage year.Wolbert visiting her sister, Mrs. T.D. Walker and family in Miss Stancil received many
family and friends. Wednesdays. Even though project. The class is anxiousto Salad Peach Half Biscuit, has been active in Dyal, in Starke for a few Tallahassee Tuesday and lovely gifts and good wishes.
Sandy Friese was the lucky enjoying a well earned hear about the old hotel and Milk. the organization for three weeks. Mrs. Latham and her Wednesday of last week.
winner of a skateboard retirement Mrs. Sanders bank that used to be in ..TUESDAY: Cuban Sand- years. He states that the goalsof son, Charles G. Latham, Jr.,
awarded in a Gainesville volunteers her time and effortin Hampton. Mr. Clark has which Succotash, Potato the agency, to protect an traveled from their home in Mr. and Mrs. Houston ;JJ 1jOJfLOW .
Toyland drawing recently. helping intermediate promised them an interesting Chips, Fruit Cup Milk. unborn and the newborn, are Salt Lake City Utah to McClane returned Thursdayafter
Russell and Madonna students become better story about these buildings. WEDNESDAY: Lasagna vital to all county residents. "I Pompano Beach to attend the a week at the home of
Gilbert of Micanopy are the readers. Everyone at the DeVinci, Coliseum Garden am glad to be associated withan funeral of their aunt Mrs. Dr. Glen McClane in Mrs. Emma Badman
school all her The fourth grade class Salad Sunny Italy Fruit organization dedicated to Minnie Saxon Weathersbee, Tallahassee while Dr. Mc celebrated her 80th birthdaylast
proud parents of a baby girl, appreciates miss
Karen Marie, born October 1 help. their good friends, Steve Surprise Gondola Garlic making the future brighter for who died Sept. 15 at 9715. Mrs. Clane was out of town. Thursday at a family
untold numbers of babies
Jenkins who has moved Bread, Milk.THURSDAY. Weathersbee was a resident of dinner party.
to
at Alachua General Hospital, Congratulations to Stephen born and to be born," saidWolbert.
weighting? Ibs.9 oz. Maternal Spell who was awarded First Jacksonville. Wehopehe likes : Fish Grits, Hampton for many years Mrs.Lola Zipperer and Mrs. Elmer Welty of Pompano
his Cabbage Slaw, Hush Puppies, prior to moving to Pompano
grandparents are Francis and Place in the Starke new school. We welcometwo Levon Andrews returned weekend
associationwith the with
Dolores Meng. Paternal Recreation Punt, Pass and new friends, Tommy Cherry Cake Cobbler, Milk. Mrs. Spengler's Beach. Family members and recently from a visit in Independence Beach spent
the March of Dimes goes his son and family, Mr. and
grandparents are Mrs. Kick Countywide par- Parker,from Starke, who is in FRIDAY: Peanut Butter friends came from many Mo. where they
the fourth grade and Sandwich, Macaroni & back many years. "Bradford places to honor Aunt Minnie, Mrs. Richard Welty.
Rosella Wright of Seminole ticipation on Oct. 1. Stephen's Tammy has long and attended the L.P.N. capping
County a proud
Beach and William Gilbert of handsome football player Peeples who has returned to Cheese Sliced Tomatoes, as Mrs. Weathersbee was Sept. 9 frIrs.\ .
of service to this ceremony
Somerset, Mass. Maternal trophy has been on display in join her third grade friends. Green Beans, Banana Cake, voluntary history health agency. It known to many relatives and Andrew's daughter Joy who Mrs A. J. Barry and
.
Milk.ate friends here. Mrs. Latham is
was Bradford County that is in nurses training at daughter Adrienne and Mrs.
in Starke
remaining area a
devised for the first time a few weeks to visit with other Truman \Medical Center Beverly Kamarredine spent
East. Saturday and Sunday at St.
'Jail and Bail' fundraisingevent family and friends.

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NEWS


By Jeannette Prescott T G Y

PHONE 485-ITIs &: ?si+ ,

SCHOOL LUNCH MENU: graduated, Monday, Sept. 26, N I
OCT.lo.U with honors.He .
MONDAYMailogm: Cup on then accompanied his
I Cheese & Macaroni, Tomato parents home to spend about
Wedge, Celery Stalk' or 10 days. Their daughter Gale ttH family centers
Blackeyed PeasClnamon Markham, arrived from, f
Rolls, Milk. Indain Head, Md. Where she
is stationed with the U.S.
,TUESDAY! Hot Dog, Baked Navv, Fri.Sept. 30,to spend a

with Beans, Fruit Cabbage, Bun Slaw, Milk Jello, week.being together.We know they'll enjoy. ruaJlIll; m[!) 0 (!J J(] ,.

CARNIVAL DAY: WEDNESDAY Mrs. Nona Mann, of (
: Lasagna Da Vinci, Brooker, accompanied by her .
Coliseum Garden Salad, daughter, Sandy and her 301 S. shopping center Starke Fla. HUFFY
Sunny Italy Fruit Surprise, husband, Scott Dreyfuss,
Gondola Garlic Bread, Mama attended the Dukes Reunion, SWEET THUNDER 20" ,
Mia Milk, on Sun. Sept. 25, at the Pink
THURSDAY: Baked Ham, Community Center in Lake Ad Good Thru Oct. 10 1977 FLYING ACES*) finish 'lollipop
Candid Yams, Steamed Butler. girls'
Cabbage, Apple Sauce, Peas are still being pickedin COMMAND COCKPIT HMX frame $57.88 '
Cornbread, Milk. A.I.I Mann's pea patch.Mr. If You control 2 planes single speed. ,
.FRIDAY: Fish & Chips Harley & Mrs. Martha launched from strip ,:t,
Hush Puppies, Cheese Grist, Carlton who was in a car MARX TOY/, : with trigger control. ;.1 i
Strawberry Cake, Milk. accident with two rock Trucksa
ItltOOKKR BAPTIST few weeks ago are reportedout BIG WHEEL9v88 :
CHURCH( REVIVAL: of Union General Hospitalin (r504S
Rev Ray Batemon, Pastor Lake Butler and doing fine. Sturdy New Big Wheel i 1
Westside Baptist Church, in We're so glad. We thank God. 1 riding toy for the r '
Gainesville will be Guest younger set.
Speaker, at Brooker BaptistChurch's MARKET
Revival, beginning,
Monday, Oct. 10, and running % ;
through, Sunday; Oct. 16. PRICESAt $15.88 _
,
Revival Services will beginat
7:30: p.m. each evening.. the Gainesville Livestock I j
Gospel Singing conducted by Market Monday, Sept. 26 !
,"The Gospel Servents" will be cattle and calf receipts were
featured during 2,015 compared with 1,924 a
Homecoming. Sun. Oct. 16. all week ago.Slaughter. fl
former & present membersand steers and heifers TALKING .t u \'
anyone else is urged to were scarce, cows $1 lower _
attend were sure all will bulls firm to .50 cents higher. OSCAR TRAFFIC PATROL
receive a blessing Feeder steers, heifers and
KXMILYKELMOV: : : calves mostly $1 I $2 higher e BIG CYCLE OR B/O
:\1 a relatives and friends
ROAD BOSS TRUCK
attended. 1hp George Tel- FEEDER CLASSES BIRD
stone" family reUnion Sun. STEERS: : Choice 200.300lbs. -COOKIE 3-wheel, battery-operated cycle ,
S Telstone. in Brooker, The $-1-1.400-500 Ibs. $35-$38.500-600 i? MONSTER p or truck with dual stacks. dash
''unofficial I count was between\ Ibs $34-$1625 Good 200.300 :. II, \ and CB (both complete, with
150175; Some relatives and lbs. $33-$ 0. 400.500 Ibs $32- II Pull the string and battery and recharger).
Iriends attended that had! not $36. 700-800 Ibs. '75-$33.75. ,?;, listen to them talk. ,
been!> ..inklo utlend previous HEIFERS: : Good 200-300) 4_ YOUR CHOICE :
YOUR CHOICE \.5'
reunion Hut some were notable Ibs. $28-$12. 300-400 Ibs $27- .{
lo attend because of $:-100-500 Ibs. $$26-$29. 500ROO -
illness I in the family lbs. $26-$29.50. 600.700 Ibs. e 9.99 drebodr' 49.88
Iveryone: enjoyed! | good $2.1 50-$28 75.FEEDER. cwoauo.w. k '
we.. i trier" and being togetherl'IItsoN.II.s & REPLACE.
: : :VENT:: 'ows: Standard ...--- .
:Mrs! :Moriie Sanders, ac $21 50-$2fi. Bi-
ompunied h> her sister. :Mrs Will 1
i i Ytillir ll.irmon. of HerslT SLAUGHTER CLASSES ,vr t trNllllvim
"'\ f visited their sister STEERS: Scarce. J
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WhIle there accompanied. (OWS' : Utility \1-3 $22-$25.25. WreA r
IA Mrs! M.itkn.im: Cutter $19-$23.50. ,
i daughter. Mrs C'eleste it's that time

i, Bradley. also I nf fiamesMlle I ..' ._ i
all tended Brooker Baptist ::==::- 7 :
Church ServiceSun s*'pim.
\ ninining to hear the word -
,I nf God |eh\ered) b>'. :MrMarkhdin !! : 'J of year again.
..
Son. Rev' Hershel ..
:Markham It was! 'the first
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lime some ot them hid been '
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1..1.lnd. S i' to attend already plentiful. The French )
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TELEGRAPH Oct.6,1977
Festival Set Saturday
Southslde Elementary News What's Hanoenine? Places To Go----Melrose Art

---rr------c- Melrose Joe and Rosemary Dourer
What great turnout for our instructional and nonin- booth this year and we are The fifth annual Festival will will be displaying old time
structional, numbering 53 bringing in plant cuttings Arts and Crafts photographic art and will
first P.T.A. the
of 8,
meeting after which from our mothers' and Festival Set For October I be held Saturday October their slide presentation
year! It was great to see so were introduced Lawtey Bluegrass; 7,8,9It's CommunitySchool have
many parents and membersof parents enjoyed meeting with friends' plants. In one weekwe in the Melrose tolbts of Melrose history available
10 a.m.
J" our staff. the instructional staff have had plants brought in bluegrass time US-301. Band and the Flat Top gym from for viewing.
again
members in their classroomsor by Melda Delestre. Jim Tickets are priced at $15 for 3:30: Charcoal portraits will be
Bobby Ferguson was Sullivan. with "pickin and grinin"October Artist scheduled to performover already scheduled
' elected our new P.T.A. work areas. Nguyen. Rusty 7.8 and 9 at Lawtey'sAnnual the three day event Include the three days. Daily ticketsare > Dlscoll.done by Gretchen TenEyckaccording
) need lots of Brenda Griffis Tony King and $5:00 and$1 for to Jane and Melrose Bicentennial
president, replacing Jim We still help Fall Convention of ,the comedy team of The $7 of the event Hunt
i I Lawson who had to resign due with our Halloween Carnival.Don't and Ricky Tyler. If anyone Bluegrass Music. Mayor and Buford. The Boys children. There are some Co-Chairman items of Cookbooks will be on
Halloween would like to "give a plant a and electric hookups for homemade(
, to prior commitments. Jim forget! Our The music is scheduled from Indiana Chubby An- water are: sale.
will still be around to help us, Carnival will be Saturday, home" please contact Mrs.Wood's from 6:30: p.m. to midnight, thony and Big Timber self-contained camping rigs stained wood prouctsiland Entertainment will include
F;. though. Laurie Mullins one of October 29, from 5 to 9 p.m. class Oct. 7, from noon to midnight Bluegrass The Blugrasa for a fee of $10 for the jewelry, the Baldwin Brothers
Freeman's and Mrs.Sierrerman's is decorations
here at Southside. Mrs. weekend. Open camping Christmas Melrose Community
our kindergarten teachers Oct. 8, and from 10 a.m. to 5 Tarheels American will have a the
We'll have a parade at 4:30: third grade tookan included in the price of a Howard Seitz Jack Jones and Lisa
,
l l1 installed Mr. Ferguson as our Sunday, Oct. 9, at the Bluegrass Express, Red his Singers
Bank exciting trip to Crescent pm. if the buys a booth and exhibit pottery
: new president. leaving the Florida Lawtey Bluegrass Music Parkon White and Bluegrass Betty ticket, camper BensonARCHER .
,'i: The following members are Parking Lot and it will makeits Beach Friday September 23. SR-225 one mile west of Fisher and Dixie Bluegrass two day ticket or a three day and the use of the potter
serving as our officers and way to the Southside On their return, the third pass. wheel.
committee chairman of the Carnival area on the grade wrote their own story of ...
P.T.A. for the 1977-78 school playground.There the trio: Jeanie Auditions Set Oct. 14-15
OUR FUN BEACH TRIP
will be a costume
year: TANNER
I, Bobby Ferguson, President judging in connection with the On Friday our class took a said Thelma A. Boltin. -
Betty Sue Denmark Vice- parade so be sure to dress up trip to the Atlantic Ocean. We Twenty-three trained and program director for the Stateof
. President, Jane Gay, in your scariest Halloween rode a bus.On the way we saw talented young female singers Florida's cultural center on FUNERAL HOME
I and breadth olMorida
the
: Treasurer Pea lie Jefferson, costume. horse-drawn buggies a from length the Suwannee River
' Secretary, Mrs. Mildred Feel Lucky Buy a raffle lighthouse the Old Fort,and a have qualified for The winner, to be chosen
I', ? Harper, Devotional, Linda ticket for 50 cents and win a buoy. We went over a big participation in the 27th an- Oct. 15 by a panel of highly U.S. 301 SOUTH STARKEServing
With the Light
Alday Refreshments::: Mrs. ten speed bicycle or a rocking bridge with statues of lions. nual"JEANIE qualified out-of-state judges .
BeuUh Lennon Nursery, Mrs. chair! Tickets will go on sale When we got to the beach we Brown Hair" auditions to be will receive a $2,000
Josie Kimbril, Membershio. Monday October 10,so plan to took off our shoes and ran to held at the Stephen Foster scholarship to further her Bradford
buy several tickets. You don't the water. Center here the third week- musical education and fourrunnersup
r Principal Dewey have to be present to win, and We started looking for end in October. will be awarded
McKinney '
gave a brief talk on changes in the winners will be drawn at shells. We found many kindsof "These attractive vocalists will $500 each for the same pur K & Surrounding n"
education for the 1977-78 the Halloween Carnival. shells Lisa. Delray Cathy ages 18 through 21, Ar
t school term including student Added attraction: The Latoshia, and Robyn foundstarfish. compete Friday and Saturday pose.Saturday's public concert,
f discipline and the new school Strawberry Swingers square Lucille, Paul, Tim October 14-15 for $4.000 and in in which the girls wear their Counties 7
board rules on promotion and dance group will put on a show and Shane discovered live music scholarship awards colorful 1854-style Foster era
retention of students. He for us at the Carnival.Don't crabs. Cathy and Jesse founda the title of 'Jeame' for 1978. gowns will begin at 10 a.m.
reminded all parents that the forget to call Betty live pointed snail. Lamar Complete
Sue Denmark 964-5367, and found a coquina with the
State Assessment Tests are
animal still inside. Jordan Agency At starke
coming up in October for all volunteer to help. Modern Facility,
Mrs. Wood's and Miss The waves chased us and
children in grades 3 and 5.
Johnson's class of 5th gradersare got us wet. When the waves 964-5237
Results of this test may All Faiths
determine whether a child is already busy getting went away, the ocean floor HEALTH Serving
or retained. ready for the Halloween moved from under our feet
promoted ARCHIEM.
The staff members both Carnival.There will be a plant and we sank down. Randy DOYLE
Angela, James, Evette Gene, 964 57 57
Wendee and Jeff built sand M. ARCHER TANNER
castles. After the beach, we DEDICATED TO SERVING YOUR INTEREST
CENTRAL WALL had our picnrtc. It was fun.
We thank Mrs. Bryant Mrs.
Hall Mrs. Covington, and
Mrs.Whitehead who made our
FURNACEBy trip a success. the date tells
We welcome most heartilyto you
( our staff Maria Kopelousoswho
Seigler is replacing Sandy FOOD it's fresh!

Johnson. Miss Johnson is I

The Last Word In Comfort and leaving Friday September to her 30, _i the color tells you
we are so sorry see
go Mrs. Kopelousos will be s 1 it's fresh!
team teaching with Mrs. A vCHOICE
65,000 BTUHeats Laura Bovles in the 1st grade. FAIR [
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PEPSODENT
LAUNDRY
eight annual Cedar Key
BEER I
RoomsWall Seafood Festival will be held TOOTHPASTE
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:--. 'Id Saturday, October 15,
It beginning at 10:30: a.m. with
411 the sale of fried mullet and '
oysters on the half-shell by the ] $159 flHnuf] 6 PACK ,
Thermostat-Keeps '- ltJili Cedar Key Lions Club. Itiinitin luiniim 2/l 12oz CAN $129 [
A parade will start at 12:30 SUPER
Even Temperature, : t : with many area and state The 84 oz BOX 4.7oz TUBE I
dignitaries participating.
Counter Flow-Pulls afternoon program will include

Unused Heat Off Ceiling And Spreadsit and games water events for the speakers children., BUY 1 & GET 1 FREE !

Back Evenly Over The Floors Where the The high finals school Is set when for 7 p.m.a new at

You Need It. Economical to Install And Seafood Festival Queen will 'tcM% MgNo
be selected and crowned. PENN MAID
Economical to Operate The local school students
and other organizations in the \l
$26995 town will add other seafood
Rear And Side Vents items sweets and drinks to
FROZEN YOGURT
the menu available to festival
At Small Extra Cost plus installation visitors at the city's water.

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\ Truck .Knocks Front Off House -- Oct., Revival 9.16 Set I


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lola Brown hadn't planned Brown At Pine ValleyA
home.
Phelix Neal
on holding open house Brown was charged with Paul TimothyGaskins was
day but then she didn't Satur Brown of Ocala couldn't stop careless driving in the accident charged with violation of
the whole front of plan on his van in time and struck the drivers license restriction and homecoming revival Mt
being torn off her house Morris car in the rear, turned In other accidents this week.A careless driving following an October 9-16 at 730; p.m.
dent. by an auto accl- to right and struck the cornerof Starke woman was Injured accident Friday night Sept. nightly at Pine Valley Congregational
The accident the Brown house, knocking Thursday, Sept. 30, 30. Police reported Gaskins Holiness Church
Saturday occurred the front off. when her car rolled after rounded a curve on Lee Road located three miles north e1 .
Oct.
p.m. when I, about 5:30: -Neither driver was injured trying to avoid hitting anothercar. and slid Into a ditch.. There Starke down the graded road i
Hembrl
k-Morris seriously in the accident and were no injuries.At by the Bradford Furniture 1 1.
stopped on SR-is to turn lef tori none of the house
occupants FliP reported Electa Ann Factory.
3
Pine Street a.m. Friday Timothy
just in front of the was! injured Simmons of Starke was Dale Roberts had a deer run Evangelist will be Rev. BUI I
headed east on SR-233 when into his auto as he travelled Lewis from Georgia. :,
the car in front of her driven north on US-301 north of Dinner will be served on the p
by Eddie Taylor of Jackson Starke. FHP estimated the grounds after morning f
1978 CALENDAR Street Starke, pulled off the damage at $750 to the car. i worship next Sunday Oct.16.

. . . right side of the road and lost his 1975 -Z Everyone is Invited to 'attend
r started to make a U-turn. Jeep Station Wagon to a fire any of the services
2" 3 Simmons' left the according to Rev. DavidHodges
.. car right
t I 1 10 11 u n 1 I. 2' 36 7 S on Wednesday Sept. 28. ,
1 13 16" 11 I 30. J'' .. V 10 ll .1) 13 1I3 side of the highway, skidded Bryan parked over some dry church pastor.
n U 2' 2' J. 7i Jt I. 17 .
II IS JO 21 n and rolled. Taylor
3D "/."/"U 2. J. 29 was corn stalks on his farm. The
charged with improper U-turn heat from the
catalytic con-
12. IJ.1 and no valid license. Fire Causes I
: : I':. :: ,3 6 t. I'I 9101117: : : verter set the corn stalks on"STARKF'S
.. "J'13 I IS 17 i.. N I 1 I{ 17 11 IS t
::10 21 J2 J3 2. 21 )0 JI U 77 773 Jo
$500
J. 21 2. I. J' 3011. I/ Damage :

i 3 1. 1, 9 2 10". .. J 1, .2 ''ilmE( DQ Qp4 spot( m__ .... __ .. -... '.... I The second fire In the last j ",
"n. I 13 16 "II 10" OJ 13 1IS 1 I. few months at 915 E. Florida I '
a U21Jt)9JO 11 70 21 n U 31 71 71 M U2lU21Jt I" IS I70: JI 11 10 n JO OWN BAKERY"Jl38 fire which in turn set the car Luther, a passenger in the with running a red light in the St. caused SSOO damage I.
East Call St. Starke 964-5890 on fire. Bryan attempted to car, with permitting the unlawful accident that occurred at the Tuesday to on. bedroom and
I 1 .I .. .1 .2"0''0 u ,. but push the vehicle off the flames use of an auto. corner of Madison and Walnut extensive smoke damage ''I?
:.. 010111)13 i I. 13 U. 71717 I. 10 10 JI ) it was too late. Damagewas Frank Xavier Oregan of Streets. from a fire that apparently
"I./."1" 737 II 19. JO JI II"n)9 a JJ c3031 2. 3. U 2. )1 2. OCT. NATIONAL DONUT MONTH estimated at 7000. Largo. Fla. was charged with Ha TM Nguyen of 950 S. started in a mattress.\
Clyde Hall got a surprise running a red light when his Walnut St. Starke received The house owned by Mrs. "
1 2" 3 234 when he stopped at the intersection car collided with a car driven minor injuries when her l
i II r II1 1 ,I{ :V to. :: 17 1.: 70 I1 0 II 3 I)11131I. 7 ,S V l0: :: OLD FASHION DONUTS 10'' Ea. of Water and Jackson by Geraldyn Bonner Hale of struck the guard rail of car the C.A.Charles Knight L. Barnes and rented was unoccupied by- j t
71 U U 7 U 22, a 19 20 Streets in the in The -
71 )9031 J'' n 73 14 21 Starke car Keystone Heights. accident Alligator Creek. Police said at the time of the fire ,
16 2'0
front of him at the stop sign occurred at the corner of the accident was caused f
DECORATED by a Tuesday, Oct. 4.
FOR HALLOWEEN
.. 1 17 backed into his instead of Call and Water Streets. malfunction in the car' t
134/ 1 9111 J a The Starke Fire Depart
1 :: :: I7 :: II :1, U :u; :10 71: III] 1'1 { going forward. Wilda and Ward Landis steering. ment received the call at 10:50:
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7)7b2,2173Q,2l76)2)0 70 77 7/ I7 IS 70 :: :: : Cakes, Cookies, AND ALSO LAYER Hall told police he heard the received minor injuries when a.m. and the fire out by 11:10: "i.
driver the car say "Oh my their car collided with a car There were three other
Cup Cakes CARROT CAKES God," then she drove off. driven by Charles Lynwood minor accidents this week in a.m. They were able to con-
FOR YOURS COME TO tain the fire to one room.
Police charged Alecia Dell Barnes. Barnes was charged the county with no Injuries. I I
& Donuts $298Ea. Dean of Starke with no license
.
THE OFFICE SHOP and leaving the scene of an
110 W. Call St. 964.5764 Open Mon..Sat III &::3U;; ....M. accident in the Incident. School Crossing Guard Hired Sheriff Reddish
oj Police also charged Joni M.
Undergoing Tests
By Lawtey City CouncilThe

Sheriff Dolph Reddish is in
Approving unanimously by council is gathering North Florida Regional
it FOOD the Lawtey city council more information about the Hospital in Gainesville for
Monday October 3, was the possibility of installing a low routine tests his office con.
hiring of Mrs JoAnn Bland as fence around the city park firmed Wednesday.
,' a school crossing guard for an located between the city hall The 45-year-old sheriff has a
hour and a half daily. and the fire department recurring back problem and
Fully Mature, CarnFariFraah Oreat FtaverWHrteut Mrs.Bland will be paid $4 a tests are being given for a
Valley Brand Beef E ra Fat FAIR day and will be on duty from Council members said possible pinched nerve said a
I* Government Qraa'erf Always bpOTtty 7:30: to 8:30: a.m. and in the someone has been driving spokesman. Reddish was
Oat* Every Pack*** USDA CHOICE afternoons from 2:45: to 3:15: repeatedly on the lawn and expected to return horn by to
council said they are would like to install fencing day (Thursday).
hiring Mrs.Bland temporarily around the area.
to see if this is the solution to In other business the council
SUPERMARKETS the problem of children approved a one year lease for Raiford Election
crossing other places beside the states continued use of the
SLICED QUARTER the crossing walk on US-301. strawberry wharf. The Set For Oct. Ifl
@ LOTS OF u @ HOT DOG or eoi Council members said they current lease on the state-built
are asking parents to en- warehouse expires in October.
Mayor J.D. Griffis is
Pork Loin HAMBURGERROLLS courage their children to cross The state provides main- unopposed but Raiford voters
CHICKEN only at the guarded crossing. tenance for the building. will get a chance to elect five
I -- councilmen in the town's election
CHOPS 3 LEG QUARTERS WITH' BACKS
on October 18.
r 3 BREAST QUARTERS WITH
e 1 GULET' PROS Six persons, including three
.. incumbents are running* for
FRESH I RobertsBait& five council seats. Newcomersto

e FLORIDA 3W'NG.S'3NECKS 4/l Raiford politics are Calvin

99. I OR 03G'.LITPKa9S' Hubert Varnes.Whitten.Berlie Caudell Incumbents and

LB I GRADE PAK OF 8 I seeking re-election are
.
e" 1 Councilmen Bud Dobbs Sid
964-5143 Taylor, and Joyce Norman.
GRADE "A" FRESHLARGE DOZENJ Councilman Jimmy Neal
LIMIT DOZEN PLEASE Ullgas Ilk Thornton did not seek reelection t
Councilman Leland
Lo" Braillier had resigned earlier.

SHINERS-MINNOWS
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The three Johnioir-
WORMS
powered showboats in the
C famous Cypress Gardens
BOAT RENTALS Water Ski Revue travel
EGGS __ over 43,000 miles a yearin
DRINKS & SNACKS forming the four process daily of shows.per.



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M TlltOW S SO"'aPO ONIONS ...... 14* U. S, NO. 1WASHINGTON RED '' DUTCH >l>tl 3U
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APPLES ........
HONEYDEWMELONS CALIFORNIA I ...- .._... ;:. ; : Imagine. A quality steel belted Cruisemaster offers true radial

10 $109 3 59C > Ht,N( M 9 I I X 'UG ;I ON'R MI.YiltT COOKIE{N0/1ch: radial priced mere like steel construction, A strong two-
n.la1 competitors' fiberglass radials. ply polyester cord body. Two

79 full-width steel belts An exclu

When wecompared suggestedretail live wide-groove block tread.

...-. ....-... e prices, new CruisemasterSteel Get new Cruise-
MOUNTAIN GROWN U S NO I '''''." PAN,.,VMIOfl AUGUST IROTHER ...... .l r..... Cl!:> Radials were actually master the under-

BARTLETT PEARS I 'TOIS G A EEN KING SIZEBREAD KAISER priced closer to the c.ompetil priced steel radial. (G V If

'.AVt. | ..,, ,, CUKES ROLLS tiiliowell tions fiberglass radials Yet. Buy now and save!!!
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I THOUSANDS& INSTANT CASH WINNERS!
THOUSANDSOF
PRIZES

TO BEWON! 1,000 WINNERS!

WILLIAM A.CURTIS PINELLAS PARK FLA. STANLEY WILLIAMS BRINSON,GA.
'I ( V ((4/i SHIRLEY TOLER JAX BEACH FLA. NORMA PAGE ALTAMONTE SPRINGS FLA.
MRS. JOHN HOERBER MIAMI SHORES FLA. G.M. BRUNEAU, SARASOTA FLA.
MABEL C BRACE' PALATKA FLA.

$100 WINNERSDALE

MELLON WILDWOOD FLA. WILLIAM F.BERTRAM,PALM BAY FLA.
D NORMA DEVINE NEW PORT RICHEY, FLA. JAMES JOHNSON MELBOURNE FLA.
WILLIAM M. KERR SEMINOLE, FLA. BETTY MASSEY WILDWOOD. FLA.
MICHAEL DENVER ST CLOUD. FLA. DONNA ADAMS N.MIAMI BEACH FLA.
NICHOLAS DENVER. ST CLOUD FLA. EDNA VALENTINO. FLAGLER BEACH, FLA.
CARLTON R. CRITTENDEN, ST CLOUD FLA. BILL BEASLEY LAKE WALES FLA.
NED C.FEHTIC. ST. CLOUD. FLA. DONNA J.LEWIS FORT WALTON BEACH FLA.
RUTH P. NORRIS MELBOURNE' BEACH.FLA. 'L RUE ORRlfc. MIAMI, FLA.
OPAL WEBSTER.SARASOTA FLA. ELLEN SPRADLIN1, CLEARWATER
JOANN McCRACKEN SEBRING FLA. EMMA WILLIAMS, SEBRING FLA.
JOSEPH D. BERGER MIAMI BEACH FLA. VINCENT SANTORUFO. CAPE CORAL. FLA.
LANCE H. HAM PLANT CITY FLA. BARBARA MILLER HAINES CITY FLA.
MELANE BROXSON. BRADENTON. FLA.I ROBERT E.McMANUS.ORMOND BEACH FLA.
PETER ANDREATAS JR., ST PETE FLAT

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1. On.Rules game ticket free every time you vlalt participating Eckerd'e.No purchaaa!tee....".Adulta
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1 only ((1e yra.:or older) 1
2. WINNING SUBMISSIONS-Wlnnlng tlckata must ba submitted to store Camera Dapt. All winning
A.tt.t 1 submissions aubject to verification. Free tlckata. Fr. Film (kodaeolor 12.xposur. rolls only),
1 -"\ ."..""... ''--,- -..../..... S2 ft S5 prize are p.ld.t atora.S100 ft$1,000 winning tlckata must ba verified.All winning aubmla
..,," .i..,.':.. .. alona must ba signed In area provided In praaance of authorlied paraonnal.Winning submissions
.:::-." :- become property of Eckerd'e. Applicable taxes are the reaponalblllty of winners.
'._- 3. FINALIST SUBMISSIONS-AH finalist tlcketa must ba algnad In area provided In praaance of
authorized paraonnal.All finalists guaranteed minimum$10.Qrand Prize Drewlrtge will be holds
ouo rooo iv Oct. IS, 1977 m Dec. 17, 1977. 10 namea will b. drawn (prize.-8100 to $20,000)). All wlnnara and /
Inallata must be claimed by announced deadline. I
y, 4. Tlcketa void If not obtained from and verified by authorized paraonnel or Ill.glbl..lt.r.d,mutilated. '
?"-'' Incomplete or Irregular In any way.Emplo,...of Jack Eckerd Corp.,Holdan Promotlona Inc.,and
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their IRS dependente are Ineligible. Game void where taxed or prohibited by law. \
5. Official Rulea and Odds to win poated In all participating Eckard'a atorea. This game la playedIn
VV participating Eckard'a atorea located only In Florida.PRIZE .


1st GRAND DRAWING TOP $10,000 TO AT BE ECKERD'S HELD OCT.DRUG 15 STORE!

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Jerome Johns Is New Chairman Of District Water Control Board ...
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Smoke Used To
Jerome Johns was selected Board meetings are held on construction of water wells The information, along with
t third Thursday of each since this function of the a map, will show the areas in I'
I S Ch aIrman Of,th at' District headlk.V.ls Suwannee district began which there are potentially
"' .7'"':.. .. -.. rters in White Springs at January 1, 1976. large users of water such as Detect Sewer LeaksAs
eovernma board at the Sen10 a.m. large irrigation wells, and tY' +
tember 22: meeting of the During the meeting the The information taken from industrial complexes. The I II
board at district headquarters board was told by the Divisionof each permit shall include the staff will also be able to part of a federal grant City crews are being
in White Springs. Permitting that 192 water section, township and range, recognize areas In which there for upgrading Starke water assisted by Southern Line
Johns will replace John well construction permitswere well size, intended use, and is a large amount of residential and sewer plants, city Cleaners of Orlando. A smoke
Camp who resigned as chair- issued during the monthof the county in which it was or commercial I>r workers with help from an bomb is lit and dropped Into
man. Camp will continue to August, Domestic wells accounted constructed. The wells will be development, said Jinny Orlando firm are conducting the lines below manhole
serve as board member until for almost all of them, listed numerically for quick Johnson Inter-agency co t smoke testing of the sewer covers and an air blower is
his replacement is appointed with four for irrigation, and retrieval of information.lUentalllealtil. ordinator. a i. lines and water infiltration place on top forcing the smoke
by Governor Reubin Askew one each for public supply .. ... studies. into the line.
and is officially sworn in. industrial and test wells. The second phase, the water
{ Officers SelectedOfficers Nl The non toxic smoke test infiltration study, will be usedto
Jack Carlton of Cross Bradford r
City County had 23 conducted throughout Starke locate water seeping into
was nominated as vice-chair applications. Columbia 38, ," over a week and half is
selected for 1977-78 conducted by a panel of Board a the the sewer lines. Meters will
the
man
position vacated by Alachua 36, Suwannee 19, members preliminary part of the also be in
Johns. fiscal for the District who are local installed sewers to
Both were elected Gilchrist t 18, and Taylor 15. year citizens federal grant. S.R. Hicks{ indicate the amount of flow
Three Mental Health Boardare appointed by a county ...,...
unanimously. B.W. Helven-- The Division of r .WlyH.
of Permitting Mrs. Coleman of Alachua commission. They will give public works superintendent, and will determine if there is
ston Live Oak will is in the
continue process of inventorying the said the test locates breaks in
to County president, Harrison consumer and the public an excess flow. Flow reading
treasurer.serve as secretary have been all permits which Friese of Gilchrist County, at large a forum in which he a the sewer line and helps to at various levels are made at
issued for the vice-president, Dr. Ronald can be assured that his voice ,,, locate services not being different hours of the day and
Dumas of Citrus County, is heard." ,,, charged. night.
secretary, and Dr. James .
Fisher of Lake County, The Board, which operates ,r!
treasurer. Col Harry Hatcher from offices located at 1441 i
represents Bradford County N.W. 6th Street, Suite D-400 in f
on this Board. Gainesville, is involved in # ,
r I The Mental Health Board continually reviewing and i
created by authority of evaluating existing mental A r a+aM
health services in the district
legislative mandate, plans .,,
and coordinates community planning for additional ser
mental health and alcoholism vices, and receiving and dis
bursing state funds for the ''"
services within[ a sixteen a,,
county district which includes provision of services, said S.R. hicks
+ Mrs. Coleman. Starke public works superintendent and Glenn
? Bradford County. It
the
was Hicks
hf check smoke rising from
: plumbing vents (in
houses in
intent of the Florida ; ;
Legislature Green Acres as part of smoke testing of sewer lines.
to insure that citizens at New Lights... The smoke test shows breaks! !in the sewer line and locates rv.
: the local level
,,
1 were involvedas
; houses that
i are using sewer service but not
;
being
'x charged by the .
t policy makers in the (From city. r. .
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planning and development of
v services for the mentally ill of $537 and two hardship .
.? and emotionally disturbed utility writeoffs 1000. .I' M
Mrs.\ Coleman announced -Turned over to the street ServicemenPFC
plans to conduct an annual and utility committees to find i
n .. i public hearing in each of the out the status of installing gas
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"e. counties to lines on Road. ,
assess the public Geiger Lyndell L. Bright, son ,, f
y ... awareness of existing mental -The I first public hearing on of Mr. and Mrs. Esau Bright, 1 Y"" : t, qi''
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Il.'" health services in District III revenue sharing, the council Jr. of Lawtey, has success n s i !c; ,
and to ascertain areas of un said they would be spending fully completed basic armor 4 p aL;
met need. $50,000 on streets and $25,000 and tanker crewman trainingat
Col. Lewcllpn Retires From llantlinh "These public hearings" for recreation. The city ex Ft. Knox, Kentucky x' +
Mrs Coleman said, "will be pects to receive about $72,336 \ svr w.Jt 1 PY

Col. Fred A. Lewellen is honored by .\dj. fen; Kennedy C. ---- for the year. Based on previous While undergoing training c: .M". Workers prepare smoke bomb to be in manhole -
Kullard Not On Intangible experience the city in this command ? put and then
during retirement Bright was .
ceremonies on the parade field at expects to have $124,122 including 'r- covered by an air blower which will force the nontoxic smoke
'amp recognized
"What is
Blanding./: Mesa Bill so as most pro into
('01. Lewellen began( his military career in lilll! ) with his gloomy about" said the travel- $51,746 left from 1976- fessional and outstanding oi it 1- the sewer lines. I
Smoke
enlistment 77 unencumbered for q rising out of the lines show a break in line
as pritate in the Iowa Army :National; (;iu.ircl. Platoon salesman. the two soldier.A sewer or ser
commander with Company C 1st Batlahon. l.4 Infantry, ing projects. This would leave a / r.TG& vice houses receiving service and not being charged by the city.Lawtey ,
Panama City in 1917 was his first duly as a Florida J1Uard: man. "Family fortune, said ,reserve of 22000. 1977 graduate of Bradford rp
DuringhisZ9years in the Florida :National; (Guard l.euellen has Cactus Joe. "His old folks left Of the $25,000, $3.000 is earmarked High School. Bright completed
the held numerous command positions including commandant of him a marked deck of cards to i for lights and $5,000 three years training in .r,
first
Florida
he was instrumental:National; 1 Guard Officer Candidate .School which make a living with. He's j j for a fence at the Reno the Jr. ROTC program under
I.ewellen was seeing as organizing.post: commander/: the limp with of AUNG his retirement wondering whether he'll have 'ballfield l and $17,000 for a the guidance of Lt. Col. John l l s .
training ina
site at Camp Blandmg. to pay an inheritance tax." 'recreation complex on Edwards R. Smith. PFCLjndell L. Bright
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Oct.6, 1977 ..TELEGRAPH Page. IIi


Community M. ,I i r rr. i Hank'Cochran'I New County Forester




I Soon to be assisting Brad- the U.S. Coast Guard, District Forestry office in submit a column to the local
NewsBy ford and Union County Cochran was involved in me- Gainesville. newspapers bl-monthly.
residents will be Hank terology oceanography and Married to the former Carol Asked what his specific
Cochran, 28, the newly ap- flight aviation forecasting. Cooksey of Tallahassee, Hank goals would be as new
Elizabeth Walker pointed forester for this area. Receiving his Associate of and Carol have two children forester Cochran replied that
Phone: 964-6083 Cochran's official clearance Arts degree from Tallahassee Grady 8, and Michele one he will do his best to continue
i ;t from Tallahassee is expected Community College in 1974, month. The family is looking any current programs that
SENIOR CITIZENS by October 14. His appoint- Cochran went on to receive his for a home and plan to move in were carried out by former
The Senior citizens will night Prayer The Choir Meeting at 7:30: i..f ment, by District Forester Bachelor of Science degree in or near Lake Butler soon. county forester Chuck Weber.
meet Wednesday October 12 p.m. will'par A.G. McCullers, at the Sep- Timber Management from the Cochran said if appointed As far as future goals \
at the recreation center at ticipate in the Choir anniversary '-;.:;;; tember 6 meeting of the Union University of Florida in he hopes to increase public Cochran said that once he
Florida and Pine Streets. Moriah. program at Mt. .ji County. Commission is to be March, 1977.Cochran .' awareness of forestry and learns the county and its
All senior citizens are invited a.m. The Sunday School 9:30: cleared by the state Department has been with the environmental works. To needs he would be able to
to attend. All Senior will sing.Sunday. School Choir Southslde Elementary school children pick up their trays as of Agriculture, Divisionof Division of Forestry since accomplish this in part, he define needs and set future
Citizens who have a birthday GIRL SCOUTS they go through the lunch line. Southslde serves over 500 lunches Forestry.With April in training under the hopes once settled in his job to guidelines for fulfillment.

will be honored. There will be Brownie daily.
Troop No. 352 Mrs.
games played. his home office in the
Lennon
and Mrs. Morris Union County Courthouse

BRADFORD NAACP each Leaders Monday., will meet at R.J.E. Universal Menu To Be Served Cochran will technically be

Bradford County Branch' Junior assistant to Bradford County QUALITY PRODUCTS
Troop 68 meets each Forester Richard SALe.2c
NAACP will meet Tuesday Tuesday at R.J.E. at 4 p.m. at Oct. 12 To Note 31st Year Schroeder. RedASSORTED '
night, October
18, at Greater Allen Chapel Church Annex. t..
.Allen Chapel A.M.E. Church Ms. Audry and E. Cochran's duties will in- I BATES
Walker clude site .
on Pine Street. wAll Leaders. Of School Lunch ProgramThe preparation I
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members and interested planting and harvesting oper PENS f
citizens are invited to attend. ANTIOCH MISSIONARY ations, shade and ornamentaltree TELEPHONE LIST I :
The State convention BAPTIST CHURCH 31st anniversary of the Theme for National School advice insects and .
will be Fine
held in Orlando October 2123. Thrusday night Prayer National School Lunch Lunch Week is "Eat to control pruning and plant. a Med Pt FINDERS225C
Meeting, 7:30: p.m. Sunday program will be celebratedthe Learn..Learn to Eat." said ing. In addition Cochran It
DAY CAIIE. HEAD START School 10 a.m. Morning week of October 9-15. Debris Morgan Bradford hopes to provide landscaping
The Day Care and Head Worship 7 11am.. Evening Most schools across the County schools food service advice which would include $375 Ea. J, .
Worship
Start Programs started p.m.MACEDONIA country are celebrating coordinator. correct species for your soil IV
Monday in the R.J.E. FREEWILL together Oct. 12 by serving a and proper care once planted.
BAPTIST CHURCH: Prayer universal menu This year in "For good nutrition we
building.of We the are asking the Meeting Wednesday night, 7 honor of Columbus Day an know that students need to RIBBONS i(1'
support help and community these to p.m. Thursday night Prayer Italian menu is being served. learn to eat a variety of E .
support
centers for the protect Meeting. Sunday School 10 The menu for this day at all foods," said Mrs. Morgan. CE For Typewriter
success and a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m. Bradford County schools will The type A lunch served daily Fine Quality Q 1 1I
progress. Afternoon Worship 4 p.m. be lasagna Da Vinci, coliseum in the school cafeterias pro Or AddingTYPEWRITER'S
CIIURCII OF GOD: Sunday salad vides nutritious and $ 25
appetizing
Clll'KCIINEUS School garden gondola garlic Smith Corona Brand ?
9:30 Machine
: a.m. Morning
bread Italy fruit surprise and foods at a minimum
PLEASANT
GROVE Worship 11:30: a.m. Y.P.W.W. I
UNITED mama mia milk. cost Mrs. Morgan said.
METHODIST 5 p.m. Evening Worship 6:30: i i
CliUKCII: Every first and

Second Monday nights Young pm.MT.! ZION:'\ A.M.E.! I ,
Adult Choir rehearsal 7 p.m. CHURCH: Sunday School 10 Lawtey Qualifying Opens :il'r Quality Printing ata
Every Tuesday night 7:30: a.m. Lovefeast 11 a.m. I :
Young Junior Choir rehearsal Communion Service (n ,
7 p m. Prayer Meeting GREATER ALLEN 4pm. With Shuford Roberts II'oh:";" j I. Sale Price

Wednesday night 7:30. .
: ClI.PEL.11..":. CHURCH: I
Thursday night Bible Study Tuesday night Prayer -. .,-.. ;
Sunday School 10 a.m. Ser Meeting and Class Meeting ,
vices will conclude with combined each week. Friday Qualifying for the Lawtey Qualifying ends for the two Hank Cochran Business ( Letterheads Wedding
Sunday School night Fish Snack Plates will city election to be held year terms at noon on October
MT. MOKIAII UNITED be sold from the kitchen. December 6 opened Monday 17.The Cards f
METHODIST. CHUHCII : Saturday the Ladies will sell October 3, with city clerk voters also will decidein Part of Cochran's duties include StationeryInvitations
Tuesday night 8 p.m. Prayer dinners from the kitchen. The Lucille Shuford the first to December if the city clerk speaking on forestry k
Meeting of each week. Men's Day activity will terminate qualify by paying $240 or 5 should be an appointive rather practices to groups at schoolsor Ink The
Wednesday night before the Sunday morning at 11 percent of the clerks salary. than an elected position. If the other groups if requested. Regency Line
second Sunday Choir a.m. The speaker will be Mr. Robert Scott is the only voters choose appointive the As forester Cochran will be \ $3440
rehearsal 8 p.m. Friday John Snell. Guidance Coun- councilman who has already change will come following used as a technical consultant $1290 $1395
night. October 7, the Choir selor at Bradford Middle decided to run again, qualify- the expiration of the upcoming in the county ASCS office,
anniversary will be held at 8 School. ing Tuesday Oct. 4 and elective two year term.A especially on certain government Per ThousandBlack
p m. Sunday School 9:30: a.m. All members are asked to paying a$12 fee.The other two special meeting will be programs that pay land 100 Ea.
.FIRST! BORN:'\ CHURCH OF cooperate with all activities of council seats that will be open held Thursday October 6, fora owners to plant. Under the
THE LIVING GOD: Tuesday the church for success. are currently held by Marvin first reading to change the programs, Cochran would be
night 7:45: Prayer Service. NOTICE.;: Mrs. Ethel Rosier and Buster Bennett. city charter to the appointive responsible for inspections to For All your Office & School Supplies
Friday night 7:45: p.m. Deport Banister First Lady of Also undecided is Lawtey position. Also to be discussed insure the land owners are
Tarrying Service. Sunday Gospel Songs will at Marshal M.M. Jordan. The that evening will be step 1 of conforming to regulation
appear
School 10:30: a.m. Morning Allen Chapel October 28 at 8 Qualifying fee for that office is the city sewer proposal, ((201 guidelines. I
Worship 11:30a: .m.YPC.W 6 p.m. You are invited. $474.58. plan). The
pm. Evening Worship 7:45.: Another agency Cochran .
The public is Invited. may help with forestry advicein ,
GKKATER: BETHLEHKM: : I Soil and Water Conserva
FREEWILL: BAPTIST if k y tion.* I OfficeShop

CHURCH: Monday night Tiny a I SaAP / A ,.native of Lake City,
Tots rehearsal in each week Cochran attended school in

7:30: pm. Prayer Meeting ___ }l l4e lt Sap does not rise and fall. It Tallahassee as well. During
each'Tuesday night weekly, moves out towards the surface summers he worked at a 964-5764
730.: Wednesday night Senior in the spring, in towardsthe t .,jobs, Including .,
Choir rehearsal 7:30: p.m. .canteh: III tho.' autumnj:..'fartwork'' and carpentry. L !;| .HOW. Call St. Starke Fla. -'!'
Thursday'dighUStory Hour at Thf, four years in ....
the Church. Friday night the t w

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Mill have a church I 16 I1K11 'lUil
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Starke Rotary Club Scores Again With Winner For Foreign Study _I ,

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What it feels like to win a Presently she is attending the European countries in the Beach, will leave for London
$10,000 scholarship for ayear's University of North! Florida, field of teaching handicapped next September. She credits rtr. ;
study in Europe under working on a bachelor's children. She is now In- her former "boss," Dr. Bill COULD YOU SURVIVEIN
the Rotary Foundation exchange degree with a major in structing students with Lennon, director of the A DISASTER?
student program is described psychology.For specific disabilitiesin
learning guidance( clinic, and Rotarian
"just fantastic.by Geri" Parsons as her year of study Starke Elementary School. Hatcher with giving her the If you were out riding and
encouragement and confidence saw a tornado where would
abroad she has
chosen the "We are extremely pleasedto M
"I'm so excited I can hardly world-renowned Tavistock have our club and Rotary to apply for the grant, you go???
come down to earth," the 49- as well as helping with the detail -
Clinic and Institute In London International
represented
by work.In In your home and you see it,
year-old former staff memberof and
England, a psychiatric two such dedicated persons, where do you go to in your
the Bradford-Union psychological facility noted said Harry M. Hatcher, Jr., a a letter of thanks to home???
Guidance Clinic told Starke for its advanced methods of member of the Rotary Hatcher, Geri wrote: "To
Rotarians at their Wednesday dealing with mental health. Foundation Committee, "andI I am thrilled and excited say is On Aug. 8, 1977 at about 3:30:
meeting last week. "It is the know that both of them will a tornado hit Bradford
putting it mildly. My Dad has p.m.
Starke
is
that
greatest thing ever Rotary proud of its
make contributions in their been here this past week and County that could have killeda
happened the to broad me. smile she said that, successful batting average nominations in making fields, far beyond the Invest he was almost stunned..never lot of people but it did not.
flashing for
ment made in these scholar dreamed But it did do lot of
a daughter of his a damage to
endeared her to hundreds of Rotary scholarships, with one "
clients of the clinic in Starke winner, Linda Rockwell, just ships by Rotary would win such an award. lie property and a lot of this was
is 83, and is indeed happy for to the home of one family
where she was employed as a back from a year of study in Mrs. Parsons, who present. Now is the
time to do
mental health/ technician. Sweden and other NorthIt ly resides at JacksonvilleForced me
-- something about knowing how ,
Linda who Is back in 4, to survive from a tornado anda

harness at Starke elementaryafter national disaster.If .
a year in Sweden, thinks GERI PARSONS
her greatest gain from the you are willing to find out
: ED1TO'RlALS I I study abroad was in "my own Latest winner of a e 11. how to try and help save lives
j personal growth" and better Rotary scholarship for ,? and save yourself You may
perspective on the U.S. role in one year of study .r..p ks call Nathan R. Hall at
the world community. She met abroad. She is the Bradford County Civil
people from every major second winner sponsored Defense phone 964-6280 Ext.
country in the world in the by the Rotary '., 234 or 239.
RetirementOn intensive courses she attendedto Club of Starke.approvingly tax Nathan R. Hall

learn the Swedish language. Bradford County

Search & Rescue
OutA As far as her work with ) the pickled and Director
Way children of above average marianated raw fish and other

intelligence but having seafoods. and. the popular ,Vvl i8Cf1Cfitt4llr'oltlI
specific learning disabilities I oreaktast aisn made I oy
long struggle to end: the unfair Throughout the movement against Linda thinks the difference In covering a slice of bread with Linda Rockwell, recently returned from a jear's study in
Sweden under a filet material back
Rotary scholarship
practice of mandatory retirement in the mandatory retirement Rep. Claude Sweden's methods and those butter and piling it high with home. brought DC Hiked

United States appears to be near suc Pepper (D-Fla.) has been the championof used in the U.S. are more a strips of cheese, pickled fish, AW Bills
cess. If the expected approval of this the 65-and-over group. He marked the matter of philosophy rather and other delicacies not By
than technique. "They place generally considered break-
legislation by Congress finally materializes occasion of his recent 77th birthday witha these children in special fast dishes in this country / The Veterans Disability

it will mark the end of "age typical 12-hour work day during which schools, while here, we put "Instead of peanut butter for Compensation and Survivor
discrimination" in employment, in the he introduced a bill to establish internship them iu special classes in our snack on bread, the childreneat County Agent's By Benefits Act of 1977 (H B

same manner that racial and sexual programs for youths in the field of regular public schools," she caviar," Linda says. "Not BObbY i 1862)), proposing a six per cent
said. "It is debatable, which is the expensive Russian type, Notebook increase in service-connected
discrimination are already barred. aging. He believes that these intern- the better plan" but a poor-man's-caviar ob TaylorLast disability compensation and

ships will enable youths to know older tained domestically." death benefits, is expected to

This is not to say that we have any people in a variety of settings, and will During most of her time Though Linda missed a be taken up soon by the full

thing against retirement for those serve to assist them in challenging the abroad, Linda traveled with a frigid winter at home, she Senate according to Veterans 'yt;
group from the University of week I talked about Things like sod-webworms, Service Officer Wm. S. Haas. 'J
who it. It doubt created
want be has
no can one of stereo types that society Wisconsin knows it couldn't compare :
to observe winter forages and legumes armyworms, mole crickets or
the most rewarding and satisfying concerning the aged and the part they with the one experienced in The
for the handicapped that many of our cattlemen brown patch disease can undo measure passed by the
periods of life for those who have play in community life. Programs. Lund in Sweden.the"My entire feet didn't I get should consider planting this a lot of good lawn work in a (House earlier this year, was

properly planned for it; can affort it Sweden, Copenhagen in warm there." she year"And was I fall. This cool weather that short period of time. ordered reported to the floorof
says.
and who choose the recent Denmark, and cities 5n came in earlier this week the Senate by the Veterans
financially; freely it. In testimony during needed a jacket anytime the
There"
Holland. Affairs
should be a signal to start the are some goodpesticides Committee of the
hearing on capitol hill a noted gerontologist sun went behind"a cloud seeder and fertilizer spreader. available that will upper house prior to '
But to arbitrarily deny a day of honest said: "Perhaps 20 to 40 per cent She thinks the system of even reared in in summer.Belle Glade Born and and control these pests if they are Congressional recess in

work to those who want it... need it... of the people in nursing homes need not identyfing children with Pahokee in South Florida she Speaking of winter crops, applied safely and properly. August.
and are fully capable of it... but could be in less learning disabilities U more does your lawn turn brown The important thing is to start 1
performaing be there, expensive, efficient in those countries wasn't prepared for the frigid during!! the winter and you a control program early if In recent action the Senate ',
solely on the basis of age, is a distinct and more rewarding circumstances in than it Is here because "they winters of Sweden. wish it were green? If this is have a problem.your you committee on Veterans Affairs ,

denial of a fundamental human right home care and other situations with the test them at the age of four International problem, overseeding raised the proposed z[

the right to be financially independent help of young internists properly trainedin years," before they start scholarships Rotary for foreign gives your lawn with ryegrass will If you have been considering benefit hikes to 6.6 per cent
school, she
as well as the right to self-esteem and their field. We have only to considerthe explained. studies; in four other categories give a nice green color blueberries for home Indications are that the House
the winter commercial will that increases
throughout or production agree recent
usefulness.The nursing home scandals that have Linda found the Swedes i besides that of teachersof you should attend the in the Consumer Price

plagued the nation in recent years to much more reserved than ] the handicapped. They are: October 1-15 is the time to Blueberry Field Day Index justify the higher rate of
in Undergraduate scholarships,
principle of mandatory retire- realize the need for such home care harder people to make this country friends,with.and I grduate fellowships, technical) overseed your lawn with rye- tomorrow (Friday, October increase proposed by the
ment at 65 is and grass. The ryegrass seeding 7)). Registration is free and Senate committee.
age coming more more They do not seem overly 'training, and journalism
rate varies depending on will start at 9:30 a.m. at Mr.
more under attack. Apart from the With continued employment after 65, religious, but yet are con- Applicants for technical training whether there is grass Ed Longnecker's farm in Final House-Senate agree-

problems experienced by the Social even on a part-time basis, many oldsters scientious; the crime rate is 'l need have only a secon- growing on the area, and if so Earlton. Mr. Longnecker's ment on the bill was expectedin
education and be
low and violence 'dary ,
Security system, many companies are could continue an existance outside of a non-existent, Linda is almost She 'from a wide variety of may fields, whatkindofgrass.Bareareas farm is located just off State September or early October -.
says. should be seeded rate of 5Road 200-A Earlton Call but Haas said
finding retirement excessively home where at a in ( jester
would
programs nursing they still
thinks that morals here and 'including: farming "
he had received further
for directions if have day
expensive, and individuals finding useful role in the there almost 'mechanical or electricalwork. 10 pounds per 1,000 square me you
are play community and are on par, in feet. St. Augustine, Centipede, never visited the farm) information on its passage. If
it costly to quit work the day after their be less of a burden to those who must spite of the liberal attitude in computer science, or and Carpet lawns at 3-4 finally adopted, the measure

65th birthday.One support them in a nursing home facility. Copenhagen and the Netherlands i medical training.choose to The pounds per 1,000 square feet, The morning program will will be sent to President
toward 'recipients can study
pornography, feature tour of three
Bahia lawns at 2.3 pounds per a area Carter for his approval.
which seems to be on the decline i in any country where Rotary blueberry farms and should
solution is to make retirement U you believe that mandatory retire- (except for tourists), 'is located. They are expectedto l lawns l,0oosquarefeetandbermuda at 4-5 pounds 1,000 provide a lot of good first-hand The Senate has already

plans more, flexible, with age not the ment, based solely on age is wrong, anda now that the novelty has worn be good will ambassadorsfor feet. per information on blueberry passed H,R. 7345 which would
main factor. Another is to increase the violation of individual rights now is off. Linda observes, Alcoholism Rotary and for the United square culture.Overseeded increase non-servlce-

retirement age to 68. Some companiesare the time to write Representativesand is a problem there, i States. lawns must be connected pension, death
your as here, she The afternoon will
,
says remembering program and
cared for normal lawn pension dependent
experimenting with a plan that Senators expressing your views. the frequent sights of With two winners to its grass. Mowing as your will be required consist': of talks on drip parent DIC benefits. this bill,
allows top executives to alcoholics (the credit: the Starke clubs the of Gib-
gradually reduce on streets of Rotary but will be less frequent irrigation use as passed bj the House in
their workloads (and their pay) Since remedial legislation in this fieldis Lund, where she was based. if i i: already starting its search Water is important be- berellic acid to enhance size May, proposed a seven per
after 60, so they into or new applicants for nextyear's and quality of berries, and a cent increase in these
age can ease retirement now being considered and debated in cause overseeded grasses
As for the
native food, Linda talk and demonstration of
: scholarships, according benefits well
gradually. The Supreme Court Congress, this is the time to make remembers need adequate moisture to as as a 25 per
most (though not :' to Hatcher. pruning of blueberry plants) cent add-on for the of
look inch week is pensions
nice, one a
even look into whether
may mandatory contact letters should be written and widows 78 of and
sufficient. Fertilization years age
every There will also be time for a
retirement at 65 is
age discriminatory. mailed older
promptly.
two months with a 6-6-6, 1010question and answer period
FORESTRY 10 or similar analysis fer Experienced i and1I1lzer
at a rate of 8.10 pounds knowledgeable people will be However, the Senate cut the
by Chuck Colbert per 1,000 square feet will give on hand to give you the latest benefit increase back to 6.5
1,837 City Voters IN BRADFORD COUNTY County Forester excellent green color throughinformation available percent and deleteb the 26 (percent
I out the winter. add-on for elderly
widows. As a result the House

Goofed OffCarter FIRE SEASON Don't forget to be on the look "Most works are beautiful and Senate will have to work
APPROACHINGfighting out for lawn insects and without ornament. out their differences before
diseases this time of year. Walt Whitman passing the legislationCooper's .
is all very well to advise dictator- has made controversial
proposalto The fall season means fire crew to the scene of
ridden nations concerning "human permit registration up to and including time in northern Florida. the fire.

rights," including the right to vote for election day. Although the objective -
With the of the first authorizations
Burning
the candidate of your choice but how is good it is doubtful that coming are
anyonenot frost and lower air humidity, issued free of charge. If a
does such advice sound coming from a interested enough to register a week the threat of wildfires reachesa person fails to obtain an Nursery &

nation that doesn't exercise the precious before election would do so on election dangerously high level, and authorization, he may be cited

right it has? day, and the complications of election- remains high through the end with a notice of unlawful

day registration would be almost in. rainfall when the summer burning. Under Florida law
again turns the vegetation this is a second-degree mis- Landscaping
We are told that last year, only 55 per surmountable.The green. demeanor, and is punishableby e eCt'b
cent of American voters voted in a maximum fine of $500 )

national elections. A sorry record for our fact is that it is already easy This is also the time of year and 60 days in jail. S

democracy. In other democracies, voter enough to register for anyone who has a for when burning controlled off croplands fire is used or ........,1.................11 I 2111 N. TEMPLE 9648104Oat.

turnout runs from 70 to 80 per cent. spark of interest in his government and underbrush on woodlands. (f(3'il1( t aQ: ..... ... .. .. ... .. I
According to a study conducted by how it is run. All it requires is just one Controlled fire can be a useful t GRAND FLORAGARDENIA
: NOW .IS THE. TIME
Berkeley University six states had a visit to the office of Supervisor of tool, but wildfires can be very L1L1 :C i FIG
costly, loss of
resulting in
turnout of less
than
45 per cent: Elections Neva Flynn, which is seldom timber, crops, homes or even TREES FOR FALL GARDEN
Louisiana, 44.6; Tennessee, 43.7; crowded except occasionally just before lives. : by William Haas : $179 :

Alabama and North Carolina, 43.6 each; election day. One visit takes care of : Service Officer : : : ., CARE

south Carolina, 38.7; and Georgia, 38.1. registration for all state, county, and Division It is the of job of the Florida $149 : :.Gal. IORANGEBERRY : :.. ......... .. ....... ..... .
(DOF to
Forestry )
A large number of women """"
municipal elections. And in the super.visors suppress wildfires, and it is a 'c : : SPRAY DOC
Getting closer to home, we can take no office you can be assured of efficient very expensive operation suffered whose! husbands total, permanent died or .. .. .. .. ............ .... .': : I

pride in the fact that a measley 24 percent and courteous service no matter considering the cost of disability resulting from their FLA. PEAT : : & REDBERRYPYRACANTHA SPRAYERSLANDSCAPING

of Starke's registered voters what the registration problem.But manpower, heavy tractors, military service, will lose $
turned out in the city election last trucks, planes, and the rising their eligibility for certain CYPRESSMULCH E : 2250
cost of fuel 2 Gal 1
month. In the contest for the only what good is registration anyway valuable Veterans Administration : : !..... ......... ........ ..I.
benefits if they
disputed Council seat, a handful of 77 unless there is a follow-through on By Florida law, anyone do not act within 15 months. : : Gal. $ -98 j: READY TO BLOOM
votes separated the winning incumbent election day? doing any open burning must Bu. Bag $ | 0 0 i. .

from his challenger. The race was first obtain an authorization The VA education benefits ... ........... : .. .. ............... ........ : GARDEN MUMS
by calling the DOF office in
decided more by those who didn't vote In the last city election 2,422 citizensof their area. The phone num- provide up to 45 months of

than those who did. The winner was Starke were qualified to vote; B83 bers for obtaining widows schooling and to eligible to children wives and between FREE ESTIMATES ON 49e

elected by 13 per cent of the city's bothered to do so. authorizations or reporting the ages of 18 and 26.

registered voters.In fires are 496-2025 for Union L.................... o....
County and 964-5436 for Brad- But, the elgibihty of a CK* I
How does that sound sung to the tune ford County Authorizations spouse ends on November 30, ... '\
an effort to combat the nationwide of"The land of the free and the home of be obtained b "
may seven days a 1978, or ten years from the \ft.\ SYSTEMS \ IpS I
malaise of voter disinterest. President the brave"? week, from Bam. 5pm. date the veteran was found to : ..G. SPRINKLER vvmtt"wg
have a total and permanent S \
To release an authorization service-connected disability CALL 964.8104 !
to burn, the dispatcher must or ten years from the date -------- _-_-- :
_ORD,4( E BRADFORD C'01 be supplied the following information of his or her death whicheveris I- \\\\\\\\\\\\\\ VALUABLE COUPON ;1 \ 1\ \ ,]1 i il !
: landowner'sname latter.
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p. p QIrraptp q the the fire landowner, person, mailing responsible address telephone for of take For apprenticeship a spouse intending on-the-to I I FREE PLANT a.la I.I

number, reason for Job or correspondence trainIng 1--: :?I
burning,
number of acres, and location eligibility Is based on the I WITH THIS COUPON 1 Gal. Can I
C.d',10N BOB FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER of the fire by section, town ten year period or October 24. 1&/ :I

Publisher* ship, and range. 1982, whichever is later. I JUNIPER m I '

Published each. Thursday and entered as second pass Matter M the Poet Office .1 Starts, cla, under A child's marriage is not a I? I \
Actof March 3, 1979 The location barrier to the education bene- 1--- :flI: I I II
Subscription rate m trade area: $7 per year: Max month. of the fire U fits, but the remarriage of a mJ
plotted on a map and allows i Offer Expires Oct. 10. 1977 ;
Outside' trade area: $8 per year: *4.50 six months, the his or her
Fhorw 966305 Starke, Ra.JL. dispatcher to distinguish eligibility
between before legal fires and wildfires marriage I I. terminated unless that by I o,fi11\'ti 1 1111 ti1ti Iti1ti111S\ '1ti 1 16 151ti1ti111' '\ \\11111'\ \ \\I 11ti11 ti11Y>t ti 1oJ I Ij
sending a fire-
death! or divorce.


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Grid Offense Wakes 'Up' As BHS Stops Clay 28Stung 6 ,


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by an early Clay High a ho .! wouldbe'rornaaotacklers. < !! : ;'\ Tyson 'had the ''TD.' I Cruce> fore the snap, the official said,
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touchdown Tornado gridders '; added the PAT BHS led 28-6 but he maintained the BHS
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stormed back for four touchdowns From toe'13\ Roby 1 'got four with ::07 left on the clock. back was taking off with speed
and a 2&6 win Friday yards.tzp; 1 thetlniddle l before FUMBLES PENALTIES which I constituted a quick

night, September 20, in" preera' BHS middlegumdKenneth;; : If fumble didn't kill offensive starts '
Cove Springs. Cruger' could make the stop efforts Coach David Hurse said the
I by BHS 'in! the
,'The complacent Tornadoesallowed Then came Roby's' quick: dash r second half, penalties did. Tornadoes have been doing
Clay High to run oven\ 1 around right end;, Roby'went" ale BHS mishandled the footballsix the same thing all season and
the Bradford defense for a 65, liD untouched. A bad snap, the times in the second half. In In the second half of the Clay
yard touchdown drive on the! 'ball, popping ; ,Cruger addition the Tornado offensewas game was the first time an
Initial, offensive ,1 series after' recovering, foiled'up.' the 'Clay i penalized 10 times in- infraction had been called this
wlnless Clay received the' extra; point ''Clay'' led
try ,
1 penaltiesin
eluding five 15 yard
Bradford kick '. ,c. season.STATISTICS
off to open the briefly; 6-0' with, '6:33: :
a row on one series in which
first District 5 contest for: remaining in the first period. ..... '" BHS Clay.
... BHS started on its 45, moved
BHS. BIIS BOUNCES BACK .. ... "''rlf Down, II *
Storming right back On their Avery )Shell took) ; the ensuring the football to the Clay 31, then Ru..h. .Y.rd. 31.731 41.111Pnilnf
was pushed back to the BUS 29 Yards 12 If
first possession, the awakened Clay High kick off on :,/ five PC-PA-PI 14.0 MM
Tornadoes got a 7-6 lead on his 12 yard line and showed his i"t, \ ,on penalties. Fumbl..-Lo>t .-* 1-1
fullback Doug Reddish's i 1 and Bright returned the second P.n.m.t-V.rdl 1J-110 431PuntsAv.raq.
35 speed quickness by returning '" '; '.
half kickoff to the BUS 40 and Ml 1.27SCORINGSUMM'RY
yard scoring gallop over right i the kick:off 33 yards to l
tackle, topping a 55 yard the BUS 45. Six plays later the ; BHS drove to the Clay 15 but a Iti

drive. Three more touch- Tornadoes were roosting in : _!- r... ...._ v\,\;{' :::: .\ ;Co 15 yard clipping penalty
downs followed in the second the Clay endzone a 55 yarddrive .pushed them back to the 25, 1)) Clay i High: Robyl: yardrun. H Hl ::
and the next the
on play
period' running back Marvin capped by Reddish's 35 Esau Bright Intercepts a Green Cove pass late In the third football fumbled EP- Snap failedjS d I
Tyson scoring all three on yard touchdown run which put Is a starter In the BUS defensive was away.
period. Bright secondary and 2)) BHS: Reddish,35 yard run. II
In the second half official t
runs of 40, 8, and 10 yards. BHS up 7-6 after Cruce's extra the team's back up fullback and running back. called an the BHS EPCruce, kick.. '}}JwY, '1 1w
Marcus Cruce added four point kick. repeatedly 40 yard '
3)) BHS: Tyson, run.
extra points. "That old boy Esau Bright got ,the Initial backfield in motion, because. EPCruce, kick.: rl r fi :
had toe BHS first down the with pass Interference. The 15 the corner of the endzone. of the speed with which a BUS
sure a good a Green on pitchout 4)) BHS: 'Tyson, 8 yard run.
Cove Springs fan noted after around left end.' Bright spun yard penalty. gave Clay a first Tyson got to the corner as he beck broke one count before EPCruce, kick. I I .
Cruce boomed kickoff from tackler to down at the BHS 46. was hit, the football flew away the Rules back must \. '
a all the away one get snap say 5)) BUS: Tyson, 10 yard run. ,.rt
way out of the playing field to the Clay 43. Tyson hit for 5, On the next play, however footbaliaway and rolled end over end out of be in motion a full count be- EP-Cruce, kick.
between the goal post on a then 3 yards, before Reddish Kline fumbled the bounds but officials ruled f;
BHS kick off. I 1 got good blocking >on a third and the cat quick
down and short Kenneth Cruger at the BUS 45.
The second half was score yardage '
less. The tornadoes continuedto situation and went through a It was took the' Tornado $RADORD
make yardage at will but big hole for the TD. offense just five plays? to cover ; CDUk
fumbled the football five Reddish had 138 yards on 11 the 55 yards working off 1
times. Clay High could make carries for the night, his bestso tackle. Running through- big { '
only two first downs in the far this season. holes Tyson burst into the "
Clay secondary for 7, 12, and
second half, one on a penalty
TYSONRUNS 22 yards. Bright got the call rtrapbLI'IE1JE
The Tornado offense ran
338 yards in 38 rushing attempts up A 28 yard Clay punt which for four yards, then the ball Speedy Marvin Tyson turns the corner on the Clay High
,with 235 of these yards Avery Shell caught in a crowd went back to Tyson who got defense. Tyson rushed for 160 yard In 14 carries against the
coming in the first half. The and worked his way back 13 the final eight yards and the I Blue Devils, his best performance of the season Fullback Doug I
Big Red defense limited Clay yards put BHS back in TD. Cruce added the PAT; Reddish rushed for 138 yards In 11 carries
business its 47 in the with left in
High to 118 yards on the on early BUS led 21-6 4:31:
ground and 19 passing. Clay second period. the second period.
gained 98 yards in the first Fullback Doug Reddish got Starting from his 25, Clay

half mostly on the opening 65 13 yards to around the Clay left 40 end on the be- QB Brett Hutchings middle threw e LG.GL.I I : : LGLII : I
yard drive, but was shut down pitchout eight yards up the to ? ( ? (
after that. fore Clay's Jeff Alen end Chris Wingate linebacker :
up off the ground after Issac Cummings making the '
CLAY DRIVE Norman's block to make the stop as Wingate caught the LG.gti'Ll
Lawrence Patrick tackledClay's tackle. From the 40, Tyson pass.Hutchings. 0 /.
went through left tackle cut kept for two
Scott Kline at the Blue
back to his left, dodged three first down then wentto
yards on ,
Devil 20 after the opening kick would-be tacklers, shook off the air twice more as time Rams More Speed Than Power \
off. out the .
Coming
strong the last Clay man to have a ran out in the first half. On the BY NEIL CRAWFORD
Blue Devils drove 65 yards in
hand on him, and ran strongly first pass GC end Keith
with their workhorse
11 plays for the first of his three touch Bradford Bassmasters held I have fished with him many

nine Aaron yards Roby for going the touchdown the final downs. Cruce added the PAT; Garner got in back of BHS But Tough For TornadoesIn their annual banquet, Sept. 17, times, he is tough. His job
around end. BHS led 14-6 with 10:06: remaining defender Donald Reddish but at the Starke Golf and Country limits his activity in the club.I .
right Roby ran
times the in the second period. the pass was overthrown and Club call this award the "In-
seven on scoring Green Cove dug out one first out of bounds. On the second The food was great I don't centive Award."
drive for 1, 24, 4, Z, 3, 4, and 9. Offensively, the Rams will Safety Ken James, 160-11,
down after Roby got into the pass QB Hutchings tried for the second of four know who the chef was, but he Bassmaster Bobby Taylor
yards. BUS secondary for six yards straight road Tornado use a T with two tight the younger brother of Vernon knows how to a
end Brian Ownby on a drag games willed sure prepare proudly accepted this award
Tornado defense whichhadn't
The ends James who for the
from the I- now plays
,
before defensive tackle could pattern after Garner went gridders will tomorrow night steak. Each couple seemed to and states he plans to break
given up a touchdown make the stop. Russell deep but BHS linebacker (Friday, Oct. 7) travel toCitizen's formation and will use a split University of Florida, is described enjoy the event. that new bass rig in during the
rushing, had the ignominy of backfield. as a quick, sure, and
stopped Clay's Richie Willis Chuck Field in Gainesvilleto Two trophies were awarded I
came across 1977-78
Register season. am sure you
the which hard hitter. "The best
team Clay Eastside safetyyou'll
being Defensively
up the middle on second down with Ownby and slapped the take on a capable 3-1 usesa along with a check. will hear more about Bob
High scored this season. five man front but shifts the see all year, the BHS
upon after three yards. Roby then football away. Eastside High termed quick, Harold Branham walked during the year ahead. ,
Defensive tackle Fred Wood hit right tackle for two yardsfor SHELL RETURNS PUNT fast, and aggressive."We linebackers inside and out. scouting report says. away with a big smile as he Bassmasters will hold their
and linebacker Lawrence the first before defensiveend Avery Shell took the Clay know Eastside will be a "They are similar to"Ocala Linebacker Ricky Buxton, collected both trophies along Oct. tournament in Rodman
Patrick stopped Roby on his Roland Cummings made High punt on his :37, then and test for us," says Head Coach Vanguard defensively, says 170-11, 6-0, is a team co-cap- with $125.Harold. October 22.I .
first attempt after just a yard. the stop. went all the way. It would David Hurse. Coach Hurse. tain, a real team leader, has won the Bassmasterof have not fished Rodman
But Roby came back on the From his 35 on first down, have been a 63 yard return.' With over-all good team The Rams two platoon all excellent speed, and is a real the Year Award. He also since the night tournament in
I following play to surprise and the QB Hutchings went bade to and a touchdown but a holding I 1 speed, the Rams "will try to the way, and are' two deep in hitter the BHS scouts report., won the Bassmaster Classic.In July. I am sure those logs are

, Tornadoes with his speed pass, couldn't find a receiver penalty nullified the play. out quick you, rather than some.. positions. Linebacker Aaron Burkett, behalf of the club I would still there, also the, grass a
,
' .. elusiveness on a 24 yard' run" open, and had to eat the foot- Penalized from the point of" overpower- you," States the": 4atet'week Eastside beat 180-12. 8-1. Is also quick and a like to congratulate Harold for little worse. .
,- around right end put the football ball for a three yard loss when the Infraction, the BHS offense BHS scouting report. Eastside Lake Weir 20-7 without the strong hitter who fills the hole his fine effort in winning these Edwin Johns was voted in as
'. into BUS territory at the defensive tackle Fred Wood went to work with less backs run hard, have good services of their best back, big well. Monster man Mark awards.He a new club member at our last
40. got to him in the Clay back- than two minutes left in the speed. The offensive line gets fullback Aaron Rollins, a 195 Hicks, 160-11, is small at 5-5 did not walk away with meeting.We are proud to have
h From there the yardagecame field. Roby got seven yards half. Reddish got three yardson off the ball in good shape, BHS pound senior, who was idled but has good speed, reacts all the money, as my wife won Ed in our club. I am sure Ed
harder for the Blue by a bad ankle. The Rams well to the ball and is a good the door for $20. Thanks,
over right tackle and cut out- first down. Second down scouts report. prize will be an asset to the club.
I Devils. But BHS was side before he was corralledby was broken play but QB Eastside throws a lot of beat North Marion 9and) tackler. Patti, I needed that.
I penalized five yards for encroachment Cruger, Donald Reddish, Jeffery Norman kept the foot different looks at opponents to consolidated Palatka High 6-0. Cornerbacks are Vincent Over the past years we have Bass Wishes
and Clay had a and David Carter. ball andran the left side for 13 try to confuse them, BHS Their only loss .was a 35-7 DuBose, 145-12, or Anthony only given awards to those in Neil CrawfordMore
first down at the BHS 24. A QB Hutchings, on third and yards and a first down at the coaches say. The Rams run drubbing from Ocala Forest in Gainey, 165-11, and Lo the winners circle. .
fourth down quarterback four, then threw down and out Clay 36.. Reddish ran the off tackle a lot. BHS Defensive the season opener. Tolbert, 13512. On my own I decided we Sports
keeper by Brett Hutchings got to end Keith Gamer. The pass pitchout option right for 16 Coach Mike Sexton says his BUS coaches expect the big The Ram secondary will be needed an award for the Bass-
11 yards to the BHS 13 yard was complete but BHS's yards and then left for 9 yardsto ends Roland Cummings and Ram fullback to play againstthe the best BHS will have faced master who was less for-
line, Hutchings running under Donald Reddish was charged the Clay 10, Marvin Tyson Kenny Rodrique must play Tornadoes this week. this season Coach Hurse tunate. This Bassmaster is Page 18
around right end for well. Rollins gained over 100 yards savs. more than caoable of winning.
.rlnted per game for the Rams in':
their first three contests. Big ,,
I and stronl Rollins is a''
punishing runner with good

:. FORD moves.Back. up fullback is Mike t,

Thomas, 165-12, a hard runner
I but without the style of
Rollins.

Running back is Larry fv
Harris, a 170 pound sophomore *
is a long strider, BHS
7TA.L A1vtr11978i / defenders are warned not to
allow Harris to get back of I

them.Quarterback Nolan r"y I'I'IdiMM '

Williams also worries Coach
i Hurse. Williams is extremely
quick and throws the football

,.w ( well. Williams, number 11, a
I 165 pound junior, looks as if he
would be a fine scrambler,
Hurse says, although he
hasn't been used that way pri
wf1 marily.Eastside.

throws the ball as ,
well If not better, than
Buchholz, Tornado coaches
say. The Rams throw the football Tan ((6-5)) tight end David Walker might have made it all the way had he been able to elude this
I f1 14-15 times a game and grab on his leg In the third period against Green Cove. Walker caught this 12 yard pass from
1 are apt to throw it any time, quarterback Jeffery Norman and ran across field with the football in an attempt to break clear. I
even when running the ball. He almost succeeded except for the shoe string tackle.

Against Lake Weir the Rams
drove inside the 20, moving
I 1i"If>t the ball on the ground then Girls StrongBoys Improve ; 3
suddenly went to the air.
Pro man in the Ram offense

Gary Acres, number 45, a 165
)pound senior, who is used pri.

marily Split end as a Rollie pass receiver.Hutchinson, In St. Augustine C.C. Meet J j

175-12. is a good runner with .
better than average speed and \ \
M *-*- with good hands. Tight end The cross country teams at were: Laura Chase, 3rd, In a meet Saturday, Oct. 1, .

., ti; Benny Smith, 185-11, is a BUS continue to improve with 12:55: ; Linda Richardson, 4th, the BHS girls finished fifth out.t I
Now Going On AtTerwillegar strong blocker and has good both teams running well in a 13:34: ; Virginia Crawford, 5th, of nine' teams in the ...
< hands. meet Oct. 4 in St. Augustine. 14:00: ; Judy Hankerson, 6th, Tallahassee Invitational. 1.P
The girls teams smashed
Dennis Hutchinson 180-11, host St. Augustine in a dual '
14:01: ; Robin Schweda. 7th The top two Tornado runners <'.
and Lennis Hutchingson, 180- meet scoring 19, only four 14:03: ; Nancy McNeal, 9th, Merri Ormsbee and .J. ''
Motors *: It, are brothers and give points from perfectThe 14:37.: Cindy Griffith finished the
.rd. Eastaide a good pair of boys, still behind In Howard said she was race only two seconds apart to ;
tl tackles, BHS scouts report. training because of a late pleased with the times since take lOth and 11th place. .
start, were much improved the girls had been training Ormsbee ran a 12:24: while t':1
Eastside has two hard over their showing at the hard on Monday preparing for Griffith ran In 12:26.: '
.
Come See The All New 78's hitting agressive guards in Palatka Invitational taking the Lee Invitationals on Meet teams Included most : : ,
Jeff CUrtis 175-11, and third out of four teams. Saturday, Oct. 9 in Jackson. of the top AAAA schools in
Charles Wilkerson. 16512. The entire girls team ran ville. north Florida. Only one AAA 1

: Let Clyde, Byron Or Ermie Demonstrate The Model Center William Graham, 175- their best times on the coursein In the boys meet John school, Tallahassee Leon, t'f J
i I 10, does a good job for a St. Augustine. Coach Melba Tatum ran real weU to take' finished ahead of the Torna .

Of Your Choice Today sophomore, BHS scouts Howard said the course 3rd. Todd Samons the Tor- does. BUS did top P.K. Yonge, ..',
report. agreed with her runners. who had nudged them from t.r '
nadoes number two man.
Defensively. Eastside/ first place at the Palatka Invi
runsa finished 8th. Other runners in '
five man front but the Ram Donald Wilson tational., ,.\. t
"It (the course) was hard. It order were: ,
Laura Chase ran .in 20th .
linebackers shift to several and had lot of '19th; .Frank Cos, 20th; -'
was narrow a place and Linda Richardson: : I\
MOTORS different ;
TERWILLEGAR alignments. BUS Is
24th
sand and had William Cooper ;
: even togs acrossthe Reggie who had been sick: did a nod'lob : ,
: spat likely.to S with tee the the Rams linebackers run:' a path to Jump" over but the ,29th.Brown 26th Steve finishing 33rd. 'Other' .ti'\", i!
loved It Howard said
\ stacked .ha the middle,or a 90- girl finishers were Virginia QawI, ,,,.,, 1! "
Cindy Griffith was first with "If ford in 4ist, Judy ,.
Hankerson 1
I even with the linebacker we can get our back men ,
206 W. Madison 064-7200 a time of 12:24: to lead the 48th and "
,ac shifted Into an sags positionon moving we'll do a better job. Robin. ,Schweda to* -
Tornadoes. Finishers in order- Howard SOth: ./ .. ;
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.. the ficticloui name,. towh: .''or demand they may have, Each ----.1. : ; I n ',- 1 l'I I'

by Cheryl Douglas The church will have a ley gave her a bridal shower' The Rinconada race. .cIal"",; must be in writing and Execution heretofore'beued out petition.,; .
HOPE CHURCH NEWS reception? Oct. 16 after the in the Hope Church Sunday track in Venezuela, has CAMP KEYSTONEuder'which must Indicate the baste for the of the above-erttlded Court, in
Sunday School, 10 a.m. evening service for Brother school rooms.,- Many enjoyed swimming for a fictitious name'we deim 'the payee and address oftl'the'rredlta the above-styled cause, have WITNESS my hand and the
toddler's worship, 11 a.m. old Nazworth and Brother games and ,refreshments *pool* horses 'shall engage >In buainms In trw! '* at hi* agent or' levied upon the following seal of said Court on September
church, children worship, 11 Murphy and their families. during the evening State of Florida and shall have! tt.'orne'end' the Amount property, situate, lying and 20, 1977. .
a.m. old church, morning The people of the church At any given moment our principle place of business deimed. If the claim Is not yet being in Bradford County/
worship lla.m. new church, were sorry to learn of the there are more than 2,000 located on Lake Bedford, eight due, 'the date when It will Florida, to-wit: Gilbert S. Browr
evening worship 7:15: p.m., death of Mrs. Ruth Ann A baby shower was given thunderstorms brewing in ((8)) miles southeast of Starke, become due shall be stated. If As Clerk of said Com
Wednesday night, 7:30 p.m. Wheelers father. Mrs. for Mrs. Janet Crenshaw by the earth's atmosphere.' Florida;.and it is owned solely by .the claim is contingent or unli All that portion of the NW1/4 of By: Beulah M. Mood
The people of Hope Church Wheeler is the teacher of the her friends in the Hope Baptist The Salvation Army, a :corporation ,) quidated, the nature of the the SEI/4 that lies North or As Deputy Clerk
would like to welcome to the intermediate class. Church\ education building. organized and existing/ ,uncertainty shall ba stated. K the West of a County graded road 9/29 4tck 10/Z0 ,
church Brother Frank Naz- New life bible class will Many friends and relatives under the laws of the State'of'' claim Is secured, the security running from New River to r-----------_
worth and family. Nazworthwill begin again, Tuesday, Oct. IB, enjoyed games. refreshments ------------T-. Georgia, but authorized and per shall be described,'The claimant Brooker lying and being in NOTICE OF INTENTION I
be the new minister of for children in grades one and and visiting with one another. mitted to do business In the ,shall deliver/ sufficient copies of Section 23 Township 6 South TO REGISTER
music. The bible class will be held LOCALS State of Florida as per Certificateof the claim to the Clerk to enable Range 20 East, Bradford FICTITIOUSNAME i
The church also welcomes up.in the rolling chapel on the old Get well wishes this week go the Secretary of the State of the Clerk to mail one copy to County, Florida. Pursuant to Section 865.09
Brother Pat Murphy and his church grounds.\ to Mrs. Barbara Graham Kite NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Florida dated September 10, each. personal) representative. Florida Statutes, notice is
family. Murphy is the new The wedding of Miss who is in the Medical Center REGISTER 1928 (said Certificate; being All parsons interested in the as the property of the above- hereby given that the under
minister ot youui. Deborah Lucille Bradley to and J.D. Payton in Alachua FICTITIOUS NAME authorized by a legislative action :'estate to whom a copy of this named defendant, Dorothy ,,L. signed Donald W. '''Helle/ P.O. ,
Brother Murphy started his Roger Allen Barnett will\ be General Hospital.We NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN of 1927 which authorizes nonprofit Notice ''of Administration has Reid, and that on the 24th day of Box 95 Hampton, Fla. 32044, i
duties Oct. 2 and Brother held Thursday, Oct. 6, 7:30: that the undersigned In compliance corporations to do been ''mailed are required, October, 1977, Monday, at :doing business under the firm
Nazworth will start Oct. 16. in the new church. All with the provisions/ of business under the laws of. WITHIN THREE ((3)) MONTHS twelve o'clock noon on said day name of "HEL-LE BEE FARM,"
I The church is proud and pm.friends and relatives are were glad to hear Mrs. Florida Statutes, 1975, Chapter Florida.) FROM THE DATE OF THE on the premises of the above- P.O. Box 95, Hampton,
! happy to have these two men invited to attend. Ernie Newsome is home from 866.09, will register with the The Salvation Army Is the sole FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS described property, I will offer Bradford County, Florida,
in our church serving the PERSONALS:\/ Bradford County Hospital and dark of the Circuit Court In and owner of this Camp. NOTICE to file any objections for sale and sell to the highest 32044 Intends to register said
Lord. Friends of Miss Lucy Brad feeling, better. for Bradford County, Florida, THE SALVATION ARMY ,they may have that challengesthe bidder for cash, in hand, the fictitious name under the pro
By: tat Ernest W. Holz, validity of the- decendent'a above-described property, as visions of aforesaid statute.

Commander. Will, the qualifications of the the property of the said Donald W. Helle, owner.
.. .. .
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personal representatives, or the defendant to satisfy said. Dated this 29th day of
Allgood, McPherson, Stewart & venue or jurisdiction of the Execution. September, A.D. 1977 at
Bray, Attorney's-at-law Court. DOLPH E. REDDISH, SHERIFFOF Starke, Florida.
123 West Nebraska Avenue ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS, BRADFORD COUNTY, 9/29 4tpd 10/20
New Port Richey, Florida 33562 AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO FLORIDA -r------------
9122 4tchg 10/13 FILED WILL BE FOREVER 9/29 4tchg 10/20 NOTICE OF INTENTION
-------------- .
BARRED. -------------
TO REGISTER
WESTERN W I RED IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Date of the first publication of CIVIL ACTIONIN FICTITIOUS NAME ,
FLORIDA, EIGHTH JUDICIAL this Notice of Administration:
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR Sept. 29, 1977. Pursuant to Section 866.09
THE CIRCUIT COURT
) 249 Blanding Orange Park Brian Hamilton Manager fl FLORIDA.IN BRADFORD. COUNTY EMMETT KEY PERRYMANJRAs CIRCUIT EIGHTH JUDICIAL FLORIDAIN Florida given Statutes that the, notice undersigned is hereby

RE: ESTATE OF Co-Personal Representative AND FOR BRADFORD Harry Collier, 1126 N. Thompson
'I
;1 LOIS PEEK PERRYMAN, of the Estate of Lois Peek COUNTY St., Starke, Florida, 32091 and I
1i Deceased. "
Perryman Linda Adams 907 Faxon Lane, I
i
CIVIL ACTION Starke, Florida, 32091, doing
:
i NOTICE OF COMER PEEK PERRYMANAs business under the firm name of
HUNTING HEADQUARTERS ADMINISTRATIONTO Co-Personal Representative In re: The Matter of the "THE BIRD'S NEST," 212 E.
CLAIMS ALL PERSONS OR HAVING of the Estate of Lois Peek Adoption DONALD ROBERT Call Street, Starke, Bradford

DEMANDSAGAINST7HEABOVE Perryman CHURCH Plaintiff County, Florida, 32091, intends ,
ESTATE SCRUGGS, CARMICHAEL
to register said fictitious name
AND ALL OTHER PERSONS
LONG. TOMLINSON ,
Case No. 77-418 under the provision of aforesaid
REMINGTON MODEL 870 PUMP INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE: ROSCOW, PRIDGEON statute.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat
HELPLING & YOUNGBY ,
Collier and Linda
NOTICE OF SUIT- Harry
the administration of the : WILLIAM N. LONG, Individually '
.. Reg 9'$16500REMINGTON Estate of LOIS PEEK and for the firm NOPROPERTYT0 Adams Dated this owners.6th of October,
SHOT GUN day
..... PERRYMAN, deceased File Post Office Drawer "C" : DEWEY CLIFFORD A.D. 1977 at Starke. Florida.
Number
77-401-CD
is
pending Gainesville Florida 32602 10/6 10'27NOTICE '.
DOUGHERTY 4tpd
and all other
in
the Circuit Court for Bradford ((904)) 376-5242
County\ Florida, Probate Attorneys for Co-Personal interested parties.
MODEL 760 PUMPRIFLE' Division, the address of which is Representatives OF INTENTION ,
YOU ARE HEREBY TO REGISTER:
Starke, Florida. The co-personal 9/29 2tchg! 10/6
NOTIFIED that an action for FICTITIOUS NAME
2995 representatives of the estate are: -------------
RegN ; $16500 EMMETT KEY adoption has been filed againstyou
PERRYMAN JR. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
and COMER PEEK PERRYMAN, MARION COUNTY, Case No. Dewey Clifford Dougherty, Pursuant to Section .B65 09
and all
whose addresses other interested parties Florida Statutes notice is hereby
are: 1829 77-239-B.
Kenmore Avenue Bethlehem and you are required to serve a given that the undersigned
WINCHESTER MODEL 1200 PUMP Pennsylvania 18018 and 141 OCALA FORD TRACTOR copy of your written defenses, if William D. and Ginger B.
INC.,
to it, the 1024 Raiford
West Madison Street, Starke, A Delaware any on plaintiff's attorney Brown Road.
'
Corporation.
whose name and ad Starke Florida 32091 doing '
Re Florida, 32091. The name and Plaintiff,
dress is: business under the firm of
+ name
address
995$1399S of the
SHOT GUN personal repre vs.
sentatives' Dudley P. Hardy, Esquire "PEE-WEE N RSERY" 202 N,
attorneys are set DOROTHY L. REID and BILLY
forth below. Pierce & Hardy. P.A. Thompson. Starke. Bradford
JAMES REID,
All P.O. Drawer 1030 County. Florida 32091. intendsto
= demands persons against having the claims or Defendants. Starke, Florida 32091 register said fictitious name .
FLANNEL SHIRTS URR SHOOSH; estate are '
SH ELLS required, WITHIN THREE ((3)) NOTICE OFSHERIFF'S under the provisions aforesaid/
MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF and file the original with the statute.
Rep.e131 $976 12 Gauge Box 500 $450 THE FIRST PUBLICATION SALE clerk of the above styled courton William D. and Griper B.
OF Notice is
hereby given that I,
Now or before October 29. 1977 Brown owners
THIS NOTICE, to file with :
$8995 the
DcJph E.
Reddish. Sheriff
Case Price 11000 of
Clerk of the above Court a Bradford otherwise a judgement may be Dated this 6th dav of October.
,
REMINGTON 22 LONG written statement of claim County Florida under entered against you for the relief A D. 1977 at Starke Florida
any and
SNAKE BOOTS by virtue of a Wnt of
demanded in the complaint or 10 6 JtpcJ! 10 27

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CHURCH ACTIVITIES Phone: 782-3300 Milliard and attended the h I/s"IfVWAkJa.; ,


I .CHURCH OF GOD: Sunday Shriner Circus'' Saturday.' *

School 10 a.m. Worship Ser They had a wonderful time. ,;;;::!,!: ..:",.. -.. .. t1.{ : .. !.;; '; r I REALTY (
vices 11 a.m., 7 p.m. Prayer Mrs. James F. Dougherty ROSS&WANTED _... ,"" _N'" ,-"H.M"wNwtAAw-4 __" --- -3 (< ::

Meeting Wednesday at 7:30: called Saturday night from r -'- ;/i:,'

p.m. YPE Friday 7:30: p.m. Milden Mall England to PERSONAL SERVICE AUTOMOBILES USED FOR SALE 1fl NEWLOCATIONI205P4.TEMPLE .l

EVERGREEN; BAPTIST: report that they loved .! ., '(
Sunday School 10 a.m. Wor. ; ----------
England and were enjoying HIGHEST PRICES PAID -- SINGER FUTURA Sewing STARKE, FLORIDA : j jI'
"
1974 PLYMOUTH
ALUMINUM 4 door
ship Services 11 and SIDING :
a.m. 7 :
themselves. for need stoves and refrlgor
machine, top model doe. ,I ,
beige 11400. Phone 964-
p.m. Training Union 6 p.m. Mrs. Charles Scalf and Mrs.. I .,.... OLIN'S MOBILE .Awnings t.. Joseph, gutters D. Garrison.window, 6777 Itpd 1051968PLYMO everything automatically In the) purchase of property there ar. usually ,
Prayer Meeting Wednesday at Bettle Phelps and their HOMES SALES 9645606. Must lacrlllce, need document and !I
Phono B644205. 8/11 tlI /..., many papers to be filled out and ,
7 p.m. Children spent Sunday with ( Op.n1day.weektt/b. .. .I ------------ iH FURY: 4 ....... In Bradford County signed. This paperwork Is not restricted solely to .

.FAITH BAPTIST: Radio Mr. and Mrs. Tom Davis of .WANTED! 0. section VACUUM CLEANER REPAIRS door rune good. Phone) 782- area. to take vp payment of the buyer or the seller, but Is distributed fairly

Program on WPXE 8 a.m. Branford. In medieval times, a European ,.concrete culvert pipe 18" an make. all 3366. tl/chg' balance 12.86 monthly 1282. Phone or 964.pay evenly to both. The reasons for so much paperworkare j
Bible School ...
Sunday. 10 a.m. Dana Wilkison daughter of diameter mew or a. model Starko Center .
Sowing to the
Important protection of both if
: count pledged his bean:1 7084. Itchg 10/6 parties
Services and 96 -188. Itpd 10/6 PANEL TRUCK t959.
Worship 11 a.m. Phone 21* East
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Wilkison Call Street Involved In the real estate transaction.
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01
6:30 to a banker as, a guaranteof "" --_------- 9648312., need some work. MOO or ---
: p.m. Prayer Meeting of Jacksonville spent repayment of a loan. WANTED U...."... phone--- ----- 4tpd best offer. Phono 7823369. TWIN BCD good condition.Pboao Written claims.titles, mortgages,and the like are i
at -
Wednesday 6:30 -
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: pin. Thursday to Sunday with her frigerators, waahera. and.toves JR. REAMES HEATER Itchg 106SEALED 782-3366. Itchg 10/6 permanent records of the status of the property, ;1

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH: grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. IB good condition.. CLEANING AND REPAIR who owns it, who has a lien or mortgage on it, and ''f

Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Donald Wilkison. Dana'sparents CLASSIFIED Phone Dahmer'n. Dlacount Winter!.coming. Iti tone : BIDS wanted for .. all the other important Information concerning the .'j
to --- -- -- -
Worship Services 11 a.m. and came after her Deadline for Insertion ,!MM.7923, TF/ChK have your beaten and 1962 Ford Dump Truck CITIZEN property. Without these written records the

8 p.m. Training Union at 7 Sunday and spent the day. Tuesday noon preceding furnace. cleaned and parked. at Hampton COMPTOMETER: transactions of real estate would be chaotic and .I:
p.m. Prayer Meeting at 8 Bill and Ray Wilson, Micky Thursday before publi- HOMES FOR SALENEW checked.. Call Jr. Reameatoday. Recreation Field." Mall bid Multiplies, uses. tape, grossly misused through fraud and deceit. \
Wednesday .. ... on or before Oct. 17 to SB,
p.m. on night. Sinzletary. Benny kicks .tl. 782-3326 or 964-8962. excellent. condition." 175.
We can help with for
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Box 250. Hampton, 32044. your paperwork we are
GRACE UNITED Misses Lorraine. Alvarez Minimum I charge $2,00 HOMF.St Low maintenance 8/25 7tpd 10/6 9/29 2t METHODIST: Sunday School Patricia Phifer and Anita (Covers IS Words) .brack, 3 BR.I Bath. ----------- -- tl/pd ?

9:45: a m. Worship Services 11 Green were hosts for a surprise Each word over ISIs fireplace. Keyatono area FOR WATSON'S HOUSE OF PREFERREDPROPERTIES j
RENT
FOR SALE
.
am. and 7:30: p.m. Choir Birthday party for Larry r 10 cents above closing: Keystone...,.. Priced Oak*.from No ..- VACUUMS many brandiol COUNTRY LIVING Four acres 3 bedroom

Practice at 7 p.m. and Williams. There were about 50 35000. Adam Builder... 2 APTS. new vacuum Used frame home.2 welll- mobll. home site, septic tank, i
Methodist Youth Fellowshipat for FURNISHED each YARD SALE Rain or shine machine available.
They had fresh Not responsible errors Expert
persent. 473.2056 or 473-4078 8/18 14 x 24 utility bldg.,small barn Road 225.
7:30: p.m. Wednesday. flower arrangements. They when given over the ha. 3 large room plui bath. Riding lawn mower 'tools n repair. ,all make. Part and "
ttchgTRAILERT Phone 9648071. Itpd 10/6 little of everything, 11/4 aecesoorlee for all vacuum.
HIGHLAND BAPTIST hot hors when copy is f
: served canapes, phone or ------- mile W. of Lawtey an SR GOODLOOKING brick rancher well built with

Sunday School 10 aim Wor. d'oeuvres and a large birtn-, not typed and brought to 1973 Festival KITCHENETTES: apartmonto 225.Thurs., Frl., Sat., 8 ...... Built-in .central 404 NW vacuumaysteme. lOtb CH&Aon large lot on Madison. Nearly new. If you
ship Services 11 am. and 7 day cake. They had the, the office. partlafly furnished act up on utilities Included untO. Itpd 10/6 Avenue, GaineavQIe. Phone are economy minded and who isn't these days you '
p.m. Prayer Meeting Wed- in the guest house near lot. f300 down (125 per totally lurniohed weekly. walk
party month. Win consider or 376-7410. TF/CJ!! can stores and churches. So well insulatedthat
nesday at 7:30: p.m. the pool. They had Tiki torches to permanent resident.Phone renting. monthly' rate. Temple ChICKEN USE733 the utility bill is unbelievably lowl I ,.
Motel 880 N. metal roof. Phone E.S. UTILITY BUILDINGS: All
LAURA BAPTIST: Sunday and Japanese Lanternsin pTOO LATE TO 964-6153 sItar 5 Temple "
School 10 a.m. Worship Ser- the trees and near the pool. 10/6 2tchg 10/13 p.m. Starke.Phone 964-7357.10/6 Sibley. 473-4510. 10/6 2tpd aluminum, prewired roceptable NEEDED-Modest size homes in 15 to 25 thousand
.
light switches.
vices 11 am. and 7 p.m. They had a canopy' and bar CLASSIFYAPARTMENTS 4tpd 10/27. 10/13 Ughta tongue) and groove price range in good repair. We have several buyers

Prayer Meeting Wednesday at set up under the canopy by the 2 BEDROOM Mobile Homeon ;; 2lKDIUOM TRAILER: on GARAGE' -SALE: 1121 E. floor, delivered and let up. for this type home. Ca II today. for a quick sa le.

7 p.m. pool. Larry had friends from : completely nice I.t. located. at 326 N. Market. Road West Phone Beiient Rd. Clothe, household Financing available up tn 48
NORTIISIDE BAPTIST: Starke. Jacksonville and furnished TV A A/C. Water St. Terms. Phone. 964-7460. Itchg 10/6 Item, .dd.I..d.. months to pay) 60 size*. 3 BR comfortable home located 718 Laura St. I'

Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship Gainesville who came to the Reitnnrant and lonngoadjoining. L.G. Dell 964-7591 Dempsey Friday pjn. and Saturday. Suzuki ol Starke. ,964-6020 '
Underwood Motel 425 N. Temple How do you buy a $25,000 home for $30,0007777 Wait
FURNISHED with 9646021. 5/12
HOUSE TF/cbg
Services 11 a.m. and 7 party. They had small parties : Itpd 106STRAWBERRY
MotelUS301.4 .0.. N..f Ave. Itpd 10/6 'till next
1 BR.No orchlldren.962 year.
p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday every night during the week pete ---- ----- -
at 7 ready for this one. Starke.. _____________ N. Temple Ave., 964-5193. PLANTS: BAHIA HAY: Argentina,
p.m. getting HOUSE 4
ST JOHN'S:. MISSIONARY Everyone reported a good FOR SALEi. BrowningAutomatIc FRAME, 2 baths, with bedrooma 10- Itpd 106APARTMENT Certified virus ...... Readyfor highly fertilized phone 964- Yes, we do have listings on Kingsley Lake.
Rifle 270 MOO. Immed. shipment. 6071. 7/21
Tioga
tf/chg
BAPTIST: Sunday School 10 time. Phone 4902531. ltch 10/6 acrei.. Only. 1 year old. Phone : air conditioned. Sequoia. Freino Fl. 90'., --- ------ -- The creakof a barn door: 171/2 acres with 2 trailer l
am. Worship Services 11 a.m. Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Griffis 964-5799. Itpd 10/6 Phone 964-7767 alter and Florldabelln varieties hook-ups plus 28x70 concrete block barn with .

and 3 p.m. on Second and and family. Mr. and Mrs. MISCELLANEOUTGOOD 5 p.... Itpd 106FUR' Writ or call Dean FnsterNurseries. GUNS FOR SALE 22'a, bathroom I $25,000 Hurry!

Fourth Sundays. Prayer Band Eugene Taylor and family BRICK/BLOCK HOME with Rt. 2, Hartford 25'., and 38'a sold at D.... I
Monday at noon. and Mrs. Darlene Norman 3BR. 1 ba'''. LR. DR, den. SUEDHOM'E7th;:;. Mich. 49057. Also free color mere' Discount. TF/Chc Over 7000 sq. ft. CB building at 416 E.
SMYRNA MISSIONARY and sons were Sunday dinner PRICES PAID for large .kitchen. CH/A 3 car bedroomt,on 2 ....... Phone .catatoar. Phone 616-621.2419.I06ftchg ----- ----- -- Brownlee..Prime commercial location..priced ,

BAPTIST: Sunday School 10 guests of their parents. Mr. used mobile ...... II garage, doubln landscaped 4962842. Itpd 10/6 10/11___ LIMEROCK FOR SALE: right I _ _
I. 3/4 lot* with driveway fencedbackyard. GARAGE SALE: 628 Pinewood Phone 782-3172 alter 6 p....
paid
a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. and Mrs. Harry Wilkerson.Mr. mortgage or Peace and in Earlton.
more. OLIN'S MOBILE Close to BRADFORD VILLAGE Dr. CB base A antenna 714chl quiet 4 BR, 2 baths, CH&A,
and 7pm. BTS 5:45: p.m. and Mrs. Charles Sims. HOME SALES. 964-5804. elementary. school, hospital APTS 1 BR. modern, dl.hu.clothe' more '-S i'E-: ; fireplace. Economical well and 3 septic tanks. I

Prayer Meeting Wednesday at7pm. of Jacksonville spent Sunday Open!.. 7 days. ._weekly! .,..tf/chg! and downtown. Price to sell. turnlahed. AC, carpet. walkIn .. Itpd. 10/6 FOR Diamond
afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. NEED EXTRA MONEY? Phone, 964-5103 after 6 p.m. elo..', walled garden needle for any stereo, over. Are you the "discriminating" person with money to I

1.WnSCHOOL; NEWS Arlie Dobbs.Mr. Maybe we can help for appt. TF'PERSONAL/ patio od-atreet parking 315 DOUBLE CANOPY BED: 247, different ones, we have. back. up your taste for luxury, yet informality? For

The first six weeks of school and Mrs. A.B. Wain- 473.2498 after 6 p.m.yon.Phon I W. Washington phone 964- Complete with springs andmattres them all.TF Dihmer'i Diecount. YOU we have on Hampton Lake: ((1)I) Brick home

ends Monday. October 10 and wright and Mrs. Lissie 10/6 Ztpd 10/13 8601 before 9 ..m. or after 8 *. 135. Phone 964. ICh.___ with extra lot complete with dock and Boathouse

report cards will go out Starling of Jacksonville SERVICEWE p.m. Itchg 10/6 8708. Itpd 106UPICKPEAS We also have new ((2)) Unpretentious, yet elegant, brick and redwood,

Monday October 17. visited her daughter Mrs. -- freezers electric furnished. ___ t
MOTORCYCLESSUZUKI .
Cr.wd.rs.$3bushel
The grades this year will Elsie Norman on Sunday and. tires BUY Pick mobile up.home or deliver."axle PRIME BUSINESS SPACE or 4 :bushelHO.. stoves. and washers. OF PARTICULAR INVESTMENT INTEREST: '

again reflect the achievementlevel afternoon. STARKE OLIN'S MOBILE HOMES. located on Lawrence Blvd. W. shell 50c/bushel. 4 1/2 DAIIMERS: DISCOUNT 1. Modern 8 unit apartment house or office complex..
OF
of the student and a Miss Elizabeth Terry en- authorised. Stiiokl- Hwy 100 West. Open 7 day and Flamingo In KoyttoneHti. ml. Went of Lawtey ea SR PHONE 964-7923 tf 2. Tuck's Drive-Inn 301 South. 3. Demorest homeon
letter grade. A B C D F conversationwith your Inquire at Standard 225. Morrli Carter Jr. --- --------
joyed a phone dealer. Phono 964-6020.1640 a week. phone 9645606. Park Place adjacent to Starke Shopping Plaza.
Station or phone 4734907. f....... Phone 9645406. PATIO COVERS 10x20 for
grades will be used to inform her sister Mrs. Joyce South Walnut (1301 south U "/."1 TFlch
parents of the Quality of work Futch in Starke Sunday af Starke.l TF/Chg "' Itchg 106Ll"'ESTOCK home and mobile home. RAIFORD Brick home and a nice rental home on
CHILD CARE In home 199 instilled. S159unlnitalled.
my EFFiClEFCid; ;.DR
being dune in the classrooms. ternoon. O a beautiful acre with pecan trees. This would be
houret, also Southeide Brahman GATOR
Parents are requested to go Col. and Mrs. Douglas HELP WANTEDSALES any children after achool. apartment or monthly.. IvrnUhed.Weekly Palms. calvesregistered and grade. ALUMINUM Phone 372- ideal for someone that works at the State Farm.

over the report cards with Herndon of Buford. S.C. spentthe Refereneee. furnished. Phone Apartment,2313 N.TempleAve. Old enough to wean, young 9767. 4620 N.W. 13th St., Cecelia T Terwilteqar
their children and to become weekend with their 964-6888. Itpd 10/6 9/15 4tthg 10/6 enough to halter-break" and Gainesville. 8/11/ tf/chg
REPRESENTATIVE NEW LOCATION
!
knowledgeable about the parents Mr. and Mrs. Hulon gentle. Some would make. --- --- III
for 70 eld --- -- ------
If year Need oil heater nice fair exhibit 5 ...1. 205 N. TEMPLESTARKE
grading procedures. Herndon and family. your space
for .local Full KINGSLEY LAKE. Winter
area.
company cleaned? need. a new OH or South ofStarkeoo 301. Billie FLORIDA
would like to discuss j
parents fringe benefit. to rate, Sept. Juno, Central
their child's progress with the ---- ____. 1200/week alerting up.....,. REGISTER.. ipaee heater OIL? Contact CO., Heat A/C Mobile Homei.. L.10/6 Gladwell.1013CARPORT phone) 964-8613. PHONE 96 .7776 ,< I
2tehg
teacher they are requested to Lunch Menu Must be neat and able to Phonei 964-5888 9/29 cottage.: Call 533.2366.825W ,'.

call the school to schedule a Week of Oct. 10-11 meet public. Phone 1-376- 6tchg 11/3 tfchg SALE OEO..OI .08 TI Mobile Home '
8395 niter 5:30: 9/29 --- --- -- ----
time for a conference. If a call p.m. Saturday 9 ..m. 212
cannot be made please send a MONDAY Hamburger on 2tch>j: loft NEEDAHOUSECLEANER MOBILE HOMc.! In country, Redgrave St. Miscellaneous I'S.RUC[..." Service Poles FAULKNER I

note by your child to his bun lettuce tomato. pickle. GOOD"PARTTIME; ? We will clean furnished children welcome. Item. Itpd 10/6 tab Nortfl TsfllpIe' Ave.STACKS. E
teacher. French fries banana pudding.mIlk. IN- houses,trailer. motel, etc.. ,Phone 964-6114 or 473-4777. FLORIDA 100 AMP
PERSONALS: COME. Phone for appoint Mon-Frl. Phone 782-3101 4/7 'TFFcbgCUFTAGE; SERVICE POLE: 200 amp 124V20O m A
ment. Phone 964-8719. 9/29 after 5 pjn. 9/29 Ztpd 10/6. --- --- --- -- lor trailer. Also. FREEZER.
Friends of Mrs. Katie Smith TUESDAYBoiled beans
4tchg' 10/20 : ON LAKE .15 cu. ft., .....,-,yp.. Phone' AMP
to learn that she is a coleslaw VtA I, I
regret with ham seasoning. rice, JOHNSON: air conditioned. 964-5799. Itpd 10/tt -
patient in Bradford County cornbread butter COOKS for local francbleeoperation. ALCOHOLICS Swimming and Hiding.S125week. Large 4BR frame house. 128S.WaterSt.
ANONYMOUS Phone 964-
Hospital. Our prayers are pears milk.WEDNESDAY. Varied hoar. : Phone 473-2108. PORCH SALEi 400 S. LR family room, on ten Starke,Florida T
9647619.! TF
with her. (National phone 9648700. Itchg 10/6 6894 or Icb. 7/28 tl/chg Water St.. 3 families, ...... just off SR 16. 44V-11tt7 W.M.WIIKIN 964-5065

Mrs. O.J. Anders spent the Lunch Menu): Lasagna da -- -------- clothing, toys. etc. Oct. 12. ---- ** Y
weekend with her sisters Vinci ( lasagna ). Colisuem) DISP A Tc 'ER"7CETA BRADFORD. SEPTIC; 13. 14, from 10 to 6 p.m. Itpd 301 North I BR, LR.,
for S,.... Police TANK SERVICE: I FARM FOR SALE frame house, ea ten acre. 25 acre of nice land with
and Mrs. salad 10/6
salad tossed )
Mrs. Marian Hall garden ( Brogram ... will betaken residential pump-outs. 40. tractor and equipment. I H35 frontage on paved
-- -- --
Cora Hodges of !\..Iacclenny.Miss Gondola garlic bread (garlic October 6 through 12. Fast service guaranteed. Beautiful 24 acre f..... 17 - highway, good term

Kelli Whaley visitedher rolls ). Sunny Italy Fruit Thurs. Fri.. Mon.. Ta..., Phone 964-8121. 4tpd ..... cultivated" prime Several. commercial. lot* on --- -
grandmother( !Mrs.\ Nellie Surprise (fruit cup). Mama Wed., from 8.... to 4 p.m.Itchg --- eom7plete farmland in strawberry 301. Floriland Realty Approximately I acre with
Wilkinson. Saturday afternoon Mia Milk: (milk) 10/6 BlLLVsAW SHOP and vegetable. country. 4 - lh8511I! furnished

TIIUHSDAYRoast beef sharpening aervlys. acres pasture,3 acres yard 12 acre and 3 BR CB 393 N.Temple Ave. nicely landscaped large
Mr and Mrs. O.J. Boyetteand with gravy. mashed potatoes SUPPLY: CLERK National;; 1 circular hand carbide, and barnlot.3 yr.old 24x60 Lillian C. Pearson home, with family room 2 S,...... Fl. atorage building.2 covered
Family spent Sunday beans. rolls, butter Guard CETA Title VI. chain .mower. blade "01'... barn with 12x20 corn crib.. bath. CHI A. West of 011.961.1700NEEDTOSELL patioa 112.00000 T......
green ... bnlanced. Leave
SSOO/month. Receive. ground Real Estate Lawtey. -- -
12x15 storage bldg.
with their brother- milk.
afternoon
applesauce deliver, requisitions, turn at Jackson Building Supply Century, old oaki. and ---- 3 BR. I bath frame housein
in-law and sister. Mr. and Jo'RIDAYTukey salad 3 BR. 2 Bath Stucco
in supplies. Prepare. requisitions Stark. *r Keystone Helghta.tXtCLTIV tree. shade the huge Very nice double wide, city (12.000.)
!Mrs Raymond Williams and sandwich. French fries and other supply 2 pecan acre yard. 2.000 .... ft. 3 BR.2 Bath CB Home: CH screened porch .added CH, Home, lea than I yr. old. --- --
family. of Jacksonville. buttered corn cruchy oatmeal record.. Malntaina supply ; K: PARK for lease II farmhouse with central A A, closed. garage nice A, on one acre lot with Large lot in Lawtey. 3 lift 2 Bath double wide

Steve Futch. of Starke cookies. peaches milk. record and atere upplie*. Office Space N. .heat. and 2 window AC lot, quiet neighborhood' plenty of ,..... furnished MH on I /1
helpful. Moat South 301 (West Side) assume 5 1/4 percent mtg, 3 BR. Near School. 2 BR. Immaculate ,
Uncle and Military acre
visited his Aunt exp. ,.. .. well For
u.I E. water.
e a e e-e 0- of New Community. Bank -- --- -- --
Frame In
Mr. and Mrs Carl Prevatt and live in Bradford Co.and have Call .... by owner. 15 .500. 135.000. Two 20-ecre tracts very City. beautifully landucaprd
FOR SALE: Magnifying .been unemployed for 15 or H.A.PAYNE reasonable. off SR 16 large screen porch double
Aunt. Miss Elizabeth Terry J.....W. just
T..pkl. 3 lots, oat of Keyetone
glasses of all sizes with moro week. or be n member Phone: 782.3369 3 BR frame home: CH A, paved road.I utility many other extra
afternoon.Mrs. 904-752-7011
.
Tuesday of fenced corner lot. 15000. with Lake privilege (25.000
handles. At The Office Shop. family receiving
Itchg 106PEAS -----
of Ocala. I l..k. City, Fla. tf/chrj Zoned trailer
Ruby Gayno
... .
... .m.
phone 964-5764. AFDC Apply at I BR block. house, Bedford --- -
visited her Aunts. Mrs. Rossie Fla. State Employment. 209 Very neat furnIshed take. \\. have. all types of
Reddish and Mrs. Flossie W. Call Starke.. Itchg 10/6 mobile home with Urge Frame .house and 1 acre. property for ..1..
FOR SALE All kinds of - -
: REGISTERLPGAS FOR ...
afternoon. Must toappreciate
Rosier Wednesday addition. -- -- -
and Kelli stationery and note paper at $13,400 3 BR, 1 bath CB home Acreage 5 Ac. up to 300
Misses Lynn The Office Shop phone 964- BOOTS with FR, very. nice Ac. Paul Faulkner"'
Whaley. of Starke were SALE swImming pool. li town.. Realtor
5764. HANDBAGS 8.7 acre.290. en 1008 961'de"p'
of their
dinner
Sunday guests Buslnes Property on 301. - -
Grandmother !Mrs.\ Nellie WALLETS 308 S. Thompson St. Black Eyes 113' 6!._ A......'u
r------- 3 BR.1 bath block borne to
Irene L. Faulkner..
Wilkinson and Aunt Mrs.
1340' US Call 964 7700
36.35
youl B.h.l. 9645888SPECIAL. acres: on
W.'re h.r. to htlp Stacks City LI...".. 964-514
Daisy Boch. a with Realty Finaneli.I J SI.. 18 to 56 ...While White Acre 301-Term $56,500 VernleP.OdomReg. Sus.nM.BakkenllfH6173
visited Mr. .Real Estate
Cecil Hardee ERNIEP.ODOMa I ---- they last.
and Mrs.Carl Prevail and !Mr. Licensed Mortgage J Finest IaI..t".r. Pink Eyes LAWTEY GEORGE ROBERTS JR. 1I,0".rEve.la..9645418

and !Mrs Truman Norman on Broker i. Realtor I, 30 Ib.propane 2 BR frame bom*. cam Reg.Real Estate Broker
--- Mississippi furnished.... new -- ---
Tuesday morning. 393N.TempIeAv. eyll..U2.95CASH" pletely Phone 9 4 7826
Pearl Andrew, A._.
Rev and !Mrs. Lloyd Ker. I, Sta..I'I.. I CARRADINE'SLEATHER SHOP Silver Skin washer A dryer. 113,500. 964-7739 MOBILE HOME
Phone:964 7700 J C RRY'DOCK OPEN Saturday A.M.
sey. of Southwest Baptist Li'iii J LA WTEY. FLA. Homo Deliver,Ol .................seees. 20 Acre."j.t.ii'; : 225W Janet M.Star Hag PARKInside
Church. Jacksonville visited e-_e 782.3400 Cylinder A Bulk Gas YOU PICK' StlPerflushel fish pond 2 Mobile Homeheok.pe
their cousins. Mr.and Mrs. hog barn, City Limit
$:
LonnieTeston, on Wednesdaynight. 'TINS PORACKANOEP WANTED> Picked-15 BushelLISkll v 133,350., I 'Wiin.tU'n.; !' 1 m Walk to Bradford Sq bare

Reliable Person For "tS- ................ ..:.51 RALPHA OrDotinlouin
PUBLICAUCTION
29 Acres. : 301 $33,500
Mr. and !Mrs. John Tye Jr., :
...,.'.HIS opportunity WI ....r.jncrtattd Jaaitorial Service on New 2" thru 6"
and family went to Office Bldg. In Starke.Call WHIT..AD 51.8 AcresUS 301 & I.I ORReal BRYAN 130 Per Month

Jacksonville. on Wednesdayto tarntnoa riejht from Brownlee Road large brick home,CH A A. 3 Fast Rotary All city Convenience
Fir., Police Protection
help their father Jason G. ii,. turf A* much .. taoooo J&IU..W.Tompkl.- On Sally Crawford BR. 2 Baths 2 fireplace Estate City Gaa H ater and

Milliard celebrate. his Birth-j I .nnval incomi .n*mrt. within, ltyofJacksonville W4-752-70U Farm fenced planted pasture. Drilling EquipmenlSTATE Sewer
thday. .* your re..... Fla. 1.CIt., Fla. 1195.400. 2117 N. Temple
Jo-Lu
!Mr.and Mrs.Wayne Harper No ....,..!.c;; 1It..i.;". w. SURPLUS p. ASSOCIATES LICENSED 9648788OFFICEOPENALLOAY Motel
and son. of Starke. were th Lola Zipperer 964-7154 or ..e.esse.e 964-8810
train you.a >w '.M," Property Sale
Licensed Broker
Sundav dinner guests of their m.tf .(....(.)* t.ltpfntVTof or 782-3397. OPEN
grandparents? !Mr. and Mrs. I.Ch..ue. 10:00: A.M.: WEDNESDAY Licensed SalespersonCAN ,LillIan Pearson SATURDAY SUN

Carl Prevatt and cousins Mr. pfQ.twfo. A .broad. OCTOBER t2. 1111 REALTOR New & Used 3Y\ APPOINTMENTFIRST :

and !Mrs. Truman Norman. oaoJS .tfv.rfi..... program IO..N.McOUAV>. ; YOU SELL??? Lawtey.Florida!

Jimmy Higginbotham spent .mass... our sail( .'.'.nt.. J............pI.I ...- l__ 782-3806 Sales-Parts-Service TIME OFFERED
the weekend with his parents. tlv' .. .t places I. 90. "..,I. ,a' Near Doe Track)
.....,house and double-
20
For InteecftonAnd Your full-time Franchise in Real Estate
Mr. and Mrs. James Waters. Open own E-Z Terms wide Pecan treee, fenced

and his children Shannon and 'nanCII'' ..C",,,., :Ouv CeeItVltl5TLJESDAY.OCT.. *) right in this area. And NO franchise charge. LONGCHAMP e.....sees..s..s.ss. pasture,
Stacey. program slips, .......*..,.*topctmml. 11 National Company. established in 1900 Home and Buildjng al or split In two 10 acre

!\.Ir.and\ Mrs. Barry Watts ...r.n. now plus m tuft 10:00: A.M.: .01:00P.M. largest in its field. All advertising aU signs. MaterialsWEBUILD .. parcel. .
carried their son. Barry Lee to t'.nfial Incomo. to live en after p u.TRUCKS'NS
Air Force Base. Charleston. yew rettr.. TRUCKS AUTOS forms supplies furnished. Professional New Installation W* .have. lets, acreage,
BACK HOIS and Instruction for "Your Plans Or Ours borne and farms In Brad-
S,C.Saturday where he caughta Hometown' opportunity. yaw TvpewniTinsFA Training given rapid

plane to Frankfort. Germany worn ,tn the cOmmunity will, .. .ACTO.1 development from Start to SucceSS. Your Lot Or Ours" Remodeling lord e..U., .Clay...1II city and, country Union

where he will be yet llv.. MANY OTHUC ITEMS Nationwide advertising brings Buyers from FREE ESTIMATES sad. waterfront.Evealnfa .

sationed in the Army for 3 Call _II. lop detain' Repairs
or Remodeling Repairs
? You have
years. Mr. and Mrs. Watts ouANIi.apcotyI..woadcoaii Cash.Cashier Check Everywhere. Can you qualify must and WeokenduRALPH Wfb'

returned home Sunday Or SultolMjachMnvlllo Com panyCheckwith initiative excellent character (bondable), sales Additions e.,5 sSe.15s se110sse..s. BRY AN 846208

morning. nwt Bank Letter of Credit ability be financially responsible. Com Homes Bought Durranc R.elt.r

Mr.and Mrs. Greg Dyal are .W43l1f4 mission-volume opportunity for man. woman Sold Traded sflss..s.e,155..e..ssPUMPS& BRASINGTON ,
'ARTPATRAY413.2OS98a1.
Sale Conducted
the proud parents of a 6 Ib son. MutualcWmahiJ -\ By couple or. team That Can Sell. Information. SUPPLY .__ 'Cadillac OU. aobU i

Dennis Gregory born in McDOUGALL'SAUCTION without ACREAGE FOR Sown A Service
Clarks Air Force Base obligation. '
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Hospital in the Phillipmes.M AoopIt---_. 044593 "
.John Tye Jr.. John 3rd. COMPANY ',STROUT REALTY INC. BROKER 9644853 864 N. Temple Ave. Salesman Cart Taktn On: .t'II

and Johnetta. went to Life Insurance Affiliate: .I: P.o. Box 894-J Highway 301 South Starke Cadillac Trod.. ..
Jacksonville with tier parnets. 1-904-772-7980. j LIST WITH USWEHU8TLL 2001N.W,13Y arouoiGAINESVOULF "
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METHODIST YOUTH Roman Alvarez ,. ." r
Celebrates Senior CitizensMany :::1 f

':: a

ACTIVITIES . 20th Anniversary telephone calls and .

BY DON: DF.NTON,1'DUTII: Denton going along as letters have been received AIR PARK BAPTIST FIRST METHODIST- SMYRNA rfAHISl CHURCH :
r. commending us on our
DIRECTOR sponsors. Rev. Roman Alvarez and very CHURCH CHURCH Elder T.C.Williams "
successful North Central
-
Youth and counselors of the the Pine Level Baptist Church Florida Coalition of Senior Rev. O.D. Brooks "On the search for a ..

First United Methodist OtTO THE GAME will celebrate his 20th anniversary ,, Citizens meeting Sept. 20. Orange Street Sunday: Church School for friendly churchT" "
Church Starke attended an Youth and counselors wentto as a minister of the } all ages, 9:45: a.m.; Morning '
eight hour open-air concert in Green Cove Springs Friday gospel Sunday, October 9. The proceedings of that SUNDAYt Sunday School 10 Worship (Nursery provided)' Welcome to Smyrna :
Brandon Saturday given by night by bus, with Don Har- Rev. Alvarez grew up In meeting were tape recorded a.m.; Worship Service 11 11 a.m. -..;
several musical and singing denbrook driving to watch the Bradford County and attendedthe which will be printed and sent a.m.; Evening Worshl KINGSLEY--LAI- groups lifting up praises to BHS-Green Cove Springs Pine Level Baptist Church out senior citizens clubs and WEDNESDAY: gayer Rev. Bowman 10 a.m., Worship Service, 11 ..
Paige
God. during all those years. It was r Service 7 p.m. School a.m.. B.T.S., 5:45: p.m:, ;
game. area agencies '
on aging Sunday
The group traveled by church In the same church that he SUNDAY Evening Worship, 7 p.m. -
bus driven by Harry Green MYFMF.ETINGS preached his first sermon on them throughout to the the state, alerting wwALLEN 10 a.m.; Morning Worship 6:30 All visitors are warmly:,:
training,
legislation Church :
with Mable Green and Dot All area youth are invited to Sunday night, October 13, discussed and to prepare CII PELA.M.E. a.m.; Evening Worship 7:30: welcome. ...__ ?
p.m.;
1957. Since that time he has
attend the youth fellowship action for passage at the 1978 CHURCH STAKKK: =
which meets at the Methodist as preached in Mexico in 17,states Central as well and session of the legislature.Club "The Friendly Church"749PineSt.SUrke p.m.WEDNESDAY: Mid-Week CHURCIIOFGOD .;
FLORIDA Church Sunday night from 6 to Drake
M.E.
7:30 Rev.
Prayer Service : p.m.
South America During these memberBill;
and also meets Thur
8
THEATRE sday p.m.night f from 7 to 8 p.m. for years, Rev Alvarez has Cosgrove, was assigned to Rev. R.G. HeasUe, Pastor St. Mark's Episcopal: Sunday Sunday School 10 :
:
spoken over 10,000 times. attend a meeting called by the Rev John Flynn
bible SUNDAY;:/Sunday School Morning Worship, 11 :
Rev. Alvarez graduatedfrom Atlanta branch of Health a.m.;
Starke 964-5451 h School in grew from 200 to over 1200. Education and Welfare, to be 9:30: a.m.:, Morning Worship, Sunday: 8:30: a.m. Holy a.m.; Evening Worship, 7 : I

study.clin' 1956. He receive his B. A. Rev. Alvarez was a professorat held at the Prudential Insurance 11 a.m.Evening Worship, 5p.m. Eucharist, 9:45: a.m. Church p.m.
Fri -Sat Sun FamilyTraining
degree from Baptist Christian the Arlington Baptist Building, Prudential ., first Sunday only: love School, 11 a.m. Morning Wednesday :
College in Shreveport, College in Arlington, Texas, Square in Jacksonville Oct. 6 feast 7:30: p.m. Friday.' before Prayer. Hour. 7:30: p.m. "
,
It's a hilarious i Louisiana and his B. D. for three years and at the from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. to first Sundav Friday: Prayer Meeting

li ; degree from Bible Baptist North Texas Baptist College, discuss national health insurance Bethel Baptist Church 7:30: p.m. !
outrageous road race.Il.lilvl Seminary in Arlington, Texas, Fort Worth, Texas, for two Similar meetingswill Russell Davis Pastor -- ----
where he graduated as years. convene in Miami and Sunday School 10 a.m. PINE GROVEMETIIODLSTCItL'RCII UNITED PENTECOSTAL
By M.A. PETTI M.D. valedictorian of his class. In He has been the pastor of Tampa this month. Morning Worship 11 a.m.; CHURCHRev. !
;
1974, the Baptist Theological Pine Level Baptist Church for The weighty question of .O.L. Wells
l Hot humid weather Evening Worship 7:30: p.m.; Rev. Ben L.Coleman J
Seminary of Madrid, Spain the last two years where the N.H.I will surely be usheredon Wednesday, Prayer Meeting 204 N.Water St. t
m puts an extra strain on conferred upon him the average attendance has the floor of the United 7:30 SUNDAY: Sunday School, SUNDAY: Sunday School,
lml LI your heart. If you have honorary degree of Doctor of doubled with over 400 present States Congress soon after the pm.---- 9:45: a.m.; Morning Worship, 10 a.m.; Worship services/11
V heart trouble, take heed. Divinity.The each Sunday. The church has New Year. The information CALVARY BAPTIST 11 a.m.; Evening Services, a.m., and 7 p.m.WEDNESDAYS. t
I ml ,l When it gets hot and f first church pastored by an active Bus Ministry, a gathered at these meetingswill CHURCH 7:30: p.m.. : Bible '
humid, this is no time to Rev. Alvarez was the Pine Christian Day School: and be used during debate on Jim Black Pastor THURSDAY : Prayer Study, 7:30: p.m. \
be ambitious. Restrict Level Baptist Church. He has plans are underway for the the National Health SecurityAct Meeting, 7: pST m. FRIDAY: Young People'sPINE '1

i _,. activity and try to also been the pastor of building of a new auditorium.Rev. sponsored by Senator SUNDAY: Sunday School, + Service, 7:30: p.m.!' __ 1
your
; nln ? find cool churches in Warren, Michiganwith Alvarez is the son of Kennedy's Bill S-3 and the 9:45: am.; Morning Worship, EDWAHD'SCATIIOLIC
a place. ,
over 800 members, and in Mr. and Mrs. O.R. Alvarez, Gorman-Griffiths Bill HB 22. 11 a.m.; Evening Worship, 7 ----
PLUS Arlington Texas, where in Sr., and is married to the A knitting and crochetingclass p.m. Wed. Services, 7:30: p.m. Rev Patrick II. Foley LI'VELBAP1'IST
FOR SALE : Lettering three and one-half years the former Betty Starling who will be conducted under ---- Kev. Roman Alvarez ,
i Guides Stickers, stencils church grew from an average also grew up in Starke. They the tutelage of Mrs. Jessie ('I ItST ASSEMBLY 0(0'GOD Masses: Saturday 7 p.m., SUNDAY: Sunday School, .
and templates. At The Office attendance of 160 to 900 per have three children Greg, 14; Young, beginning Oct. 6 at the Sunday 11 a.m., Monday 7 10 a.m.; Worship, 11 a.m.; :
Shop phone 964-5764. Sunday and the membershipYou're Derek, 10; and Stefanie who is Recreation Center Pratt St. "The Church p.m., Tuesday 8:30: a.m., Bible Study, 6:30: p.m. ; !
Happy
five years old. The Alvarez from 9 a.m. till noon. This Wednesday 6:30: p.m., Evening Worship, 7 p.m. -..
family resides on Bayless class will meet weekly and is Ilwy. ISatWeldonSt.Starke Thursday 8:30: a.m., first WEDNESDAY : Prayer :
E Highway. free to anyone over 60 years Friday of month. 8:30: a.m:
Invited to a Birthday Party! An invitation to all Is ex who is interested. SUNDAY: Sunday School Confessions: Monday 6 p.m. Service, 7:30: p.m.

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 9, 4pm-8pm tended by Rev. Alvarez and Visitors at our last meetingwere 10 am.; Morning Worship, 11 6:45: p.m., or upon request. --------
the church to attend the Mrs. Minnie Coss, Mrs. a m.; Evening Worship Parish Council Meetings -
301 DRIVE IN Free birthday cake for all special anniversary service Eloise Wallace, Mrs. Marion 6ao"WEDNESDAY fourth Monday of each month. GRACE BAPTIST CIICRC'llIIwy190ASaulh
Come and help us celebrate' this from until : Youth
Sunday 10 a.m. Williford Mrs. Trudy Mc- Altar Society Meetings -
meeting, 7 p.m.; Bible Study, SUNDAY: Bible School. 10a.m.
4 Days noon. Bride. New members were 1st Monday of each month.
Victor Black, Irma Lockwood, 7 p.m.Pastor i--- ; Worship. 11 a.m. ;
"5th
Bl Robert Harden Training Union. 7 p.m. :
Fri MORGAN ROAD
Sat -Sun Mon Gladys Sheppard and Nellie
Girl Scout Harley.We Welcome one and all! BAPTISTSUNDAY Evening Worship 8 p m.
,' ---- School. WEDNESDAY: PrayerMeeting.
y : Sunday
Yon i cant i trust i h'IRSTCIiRISTIAN 7:30: p.m. "A church
and
your mother RAY Newsby are very happy to report CHURCH' Services 10 a.m., Morning for the Deaf Worship,"tl am., where everybody is
#: that Joe Stein 90, is back home Jim Love, Minister somebody."
Training Union 6:30: p.m.
from the hospital Joe could
your best friendM.the =t: --= Janet Klmutis use some visitors. If[ you can Evening Worship, 7:30: p.m.
((ROC Phone 964-8804 SUNDAY: Sunday School, WEDNESDAY: btid-week MADISON ST. BAPTIST
little time and
in spare a go see 9:45: a.m. morning service, REV. CHARLES R.SWARTZ
already ;
Many troops are Prayer Service 7:30: p.m.
i neighbor i 0 him. He will appreciate it. He
M'd'. McDonald'S Founder -,, full swing. If your scout has lives on Oriole St. 10:45: a.m.; youth group, 6 -- -- I
next door ; not yet been contacted about Keystone p.m. ; evening worship, 7 Sunday Sunday School
her meeting, please be Heights, opposite- the public p.m.; Choir practice, 8 p.m. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 9:45: a.m., Morning Worship 11
Ray Kroc McDonald s founder. is celebrating his 75th birth- library. REV BEN BRYANT
minute patient. We are still placing WEDNESDAY : Bible a m.. Children's Worship 11
i me day this week On this occasion we'd like to tell you a little leaders. Brownie and Junior Our executive board met Study, 8 D.m.FIRST SUNDAY: 9:45: a.m., a m., Church Training 6:13: L
heyVe perfectly normal) bit about the man who started the McDonald's family. leaders are still needed in Sept. 30 to plan activities for ---- Sunday School; 11:00: a.m., p.m., Evening Worship 7:30: '

-' Born in Chicago. Mr Kroc served as Midwest Sales Man Starke, Raiford and Lake the next three months. Morning Worship; 6:15: p.m., p.m. r.. ,
-'ENEXT... for Butler. are interested or Election of officers will be PRESBYTERIAN Church Training; 7:30: p.m., for all .
ager a paper cup company for 17 years In the 40's, you held in Nov. and initiated at CHURCH Nursery provided :
Evening Worship.WEDNESDAY
Ray Kroc became the exclusive salesman for inven- know of someone who is, services.
a new the first meeting in January Dr.Jack Hand, minister
6
Eavesor : p.m.,
1 tion called the milk shake multi mixer" machine. While please contact Carolyn 1978. So members start Tuesday: Bible Study 10
Janet Kimutis as soon as ; 6:30: p.m., Sunday
selling the machines a small drive-in restaurant in San possible. We presently have thinking and be ready to SUNDAY: hunoay school, Super Worker's Meeting a.m. Mid-week

1 Bernardino. California. called McDonald s,caught his attention over 30 girls waiting for nominate and elect your 9:30: a.m.; Morning Worship, R.A.'s, G.A.'s Acteens, World Service Wednesday 7:30: p m.: Youth and
Realizing the potential of such restaurants. Mr. Kroc leaders. choice of leaders of our club 11 a.m. Friends,and Mission Friends; Children's Choir 7:30: p m..
began the McDonalds chain in 1955 in Des Plames, III., a for the new year. THURSDAY : Choir 7:30: p.m., "}lour of Power"; Adult Choir 8:30: p.m.

pngrttdoefxrthatoyoul: .n suburb of Chicago McDonald sis now an international com The first neighborhood My 4734310.new telephone Our next meetingOct. numberIs practice 7:30: p.m. 8:15: p.m., Adult Choir. .

t pany with 4.000 restaurants In more than 21 countriesMr meeting was held last week. 11, is at 1 p.m. at the
Kroc has been very generous to many chanties including Eight out of the 10 presently Pratt St. Recreation Center.
St Jude's Hospital Children's Memorial Hospital organized troops were represented Joe Kerrigan ObituariesQuac HOWARD BROWN 58
PLUS Lincoln Park Zoo, etc He s also established a foundationto The new program PINE VALLEY
Willie Howard Brown, 58 of CONGKF.GATIOXILHOLINESS
fight arthritis, diabetes,, and multiple sclerosis.In changes were presented and --------
Route 2. Starke.died Saturday CHURCH
discussed. We have a full
"DEMON"Rated year Van 61
1972 Mr. Kroc was one of 10 prominent Americans to will Dang morning Oct. 1, following an Rev. Da id Hodges '
ahead! The next meeting
Quac Van Dang, 61, a
: R receive the Horatio Alger award.COMPARE beheld October 18. All leaders B t Vietnamese refugee who extended illness. SUNDAY':'; : Sunday School.

please plan to attend\ as this is moved to Raiford four months The son of Mrs. Neta 10 a.m.. Worship Service. 11
both the cookie coofee and died Monday morning Phillips Brown and the late a m. and 7 p m.
) ago Lem Brown of Starke Ate THl'RSD.Iidweek:
registration meeting. All
Oct. 3, in Bradford County
troops selling cookies should LADY? ? Hospital following an ex Brown was born and raised in service. 7:30: pm.
have the name of their cookie tended illness.Survivors Bradford County. He owned 3 miles:';. of 301. turn on dirt
chairman to Mrs. Lila Rae At the age of 29, on a include the and operated a farm until road by Bradford Furniture.
I OUR I SPECIAL Yawn as soon as possible. trip abroad, this intensely widow: Mrs. Tha Thi Nguyen forced to retire because of ill
health. Brown served in the
religious woman's husband Dang of Raiford; a daughter, U.S. World WarII ELDElt CR.FOHU
died suddenly, in Mrs. Thu Van Nguyen of Army during
\T
TO PREACH
Many girls are asking and member of the
PRICES AND VALUES. where to buy the new uniforms 1804. It was in Italy that Raiford; a son, Phuoc Vinh Bayless was Highway a Baptist PRIMITIVE BAPTIST
and handbooks. These she was first introduced to Dang of Belgium, and four Church. Elder David Crawford of

are available at the Girl Scout the Roman Catholic faith, grandchildren.Funeral Survivors include his wife, Plant City will preach the:iettwo
.A i ? .f a...... Council office, or any of the and one year later, back in services were Mrs. Mary Brown of Starke; weekends at I'nion
.". ', agencies listed in the August the states, she convertedto conducted at 7 p.m. Tuesday, his mother, Mrs. Neta Brown Primitive Baptist Church al
issue of the Parent Scout Catholicism moved to Oct. 4. in the chapel of Archer of Starke a daughter, Mrs. trie Saturday nights and
newspaper. Maryland with her five Tanner Funeral Home with Cathrine Metto Jacksonville; Sunday morning services.Obituaries .
.i" Parents, please sent vour children and became a Rev. Ray Williams officiating. a son. Edward Hill.
daughter's S2're istralion fee nun. She founded the Burial was Wednesday at Milwaukee; nine grand-
? in as soon as possible. All girls American branch of the Highland Memory Gardens in children and two great
Orlando with Archer-Tanner
i ri selling cookies must be Sisters of Charity and the Funeral Home of Starke in grandchildren and an aunt,
i t registered before any orderscan first free parochial schoolin Mrs. Beula Prescott.
f of .
l be taken.This fee includes charge arrangements.NEED
Funeral services
4 accident insurance this country. She was were ROY R. REYNOLDS; : ;
during
well-loved in the 19th conducted Monday afternoon
Roy R. Reynolds, 76. of
activities.
scouting
century when she died, Oct.. in the chapel of Archer- Keystone Heights! died
Leaders, please get your but in 1975 she was TO ORGANIZE Tanner Funeral with Rev. Sunday in the Bradford
troop news to either Carolyn canonized by the church, THINGS Buy a Rolodex Ray Williams officiating. County Hospital in Starke
Eaves or Janet Kimutis so becoming our first native- Card file Model 202 11.50 at Burial was in Brown following a brief illness.

that we can let the Neigh born saint. Who was that The Office Shop, phone 9645764. Cemetery with Archer-Tanner Born in Huntington; W. Va,
.y y borhood know what you have lady? Mother (Elizabeth Funeral of Starke in charge of on June 26, 1901, Mr. Reynolds
been doing. Ann) Seton. arrangements. had lived in Keystone Heights

for the past 11 years moving
to Keystone from Grand
376.5392 Rapids Michigan. Mr.

AFFORDABLE MOBILE HOMES Reynolds was a retired _
general stores supervisor for ;:
the C. & O. Railroad and a .
With a Site-Built, Ranch-Style Look Industrial Equipment member of the Keystone

Heights Community Church.
Survivors include his wife,

CHOICE OF 24.FT. WIDE A FLOOR PLANS Department Welding Equipment ft Supplies one Mrs.daughter.Anna McKay Mrs.Reynolds Charles; :S

Hoffman of '
Rockwall Texas;
2 or 3 Bedrooms 1V2 Baths Dinette one son Kenneth M. Reynoldsof
Grifton. North Carolina;
one sister, Mrs. Ned Stout ofTullulah
Pitched shingled roof # Ideal for young families, La.; and three

Wood exterior siding vacation home, retirees ti6 Come grandchildren.
In Funeral services were held
Large windows and closets ,
Wednesday in the
Community
.,
Name brand appliances # Financing available oaa Church with Rev. Ned Stout

Fine-furniture cabinetry G. and Rev. Thomas P. Poston
And officiating. Interment was in
House-type gypsum-drywall # Income tax benefits o Keystone Heights Cemetery,

ceilings and walls 'lf. under the direction of DeWitt

Carpeting and drapes # Turn monthly rent Into C. Jones Funeral nome.rnIID.
See
Furnished. housing Investment X39 OurDisplay

-,

i 7 OPEN DAYS Prices 31. 1 I ] :

I $1 0 6 0 0 Set Up 4
A WEEK start at DeliveredLike "On the whole, you are ::

getting along famously"

laid the doctor. "Your left
Door To Door Ont Stop Delivery Midi Lincoln Distributor leg Is swollen but that :
.
.
.
by .CHRI11PI011! doesn't bother me."

COMPLETE LINES BY NATIONALLY KNOWN "By thunder," ripped

the Homes Seen out the patient, "if yours
on National TV.l COMPANIESJackson were swollen that would

not trouble me either!1''

:...

OLIN'S MOBILE HOME Beid'en Chemtron Goss Werco Vice: Grip FOR SALE: Electric Pencil

I ahar nerl. Handy for home .

964-5606 Hwy 10O West Starko Tec., Elltot Red.Barrt Victor. Bernard AtlaA' .. or office. For tale at The ,
9'19 10/6 Office Shop, phone "'/-5714.

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St.Edwards News Senior Sea'son Begins Fun At Reduced Rates fjl


St. Edward's Altar Society people in this area. A fall season of fun and Bargain Daon :Mondays b>' calling i904> 236-2121. J
sponsored an International :>frs. Barbara Anderson who frolic is In prospect for all through Firdavs for an In the Orland-Daytona

Covered Dish Dinner in the grew up in Guam introduced citizens 53-ears and older in admission price of 52.90. a area the action-packed '
Parish Hall on October 2. her chIldren. Her daughter. Central Florida's Senior savings of 52.35 from the festival is marked by a '
Parishioners of about eight Beck>'. told of a typhoon Sea son-77 program now in regular price of S3 23 The continuous round of competitive 'f
different countries and their destroying their home in through December 'lou price of S2.90 opens sports and social
families enjoyed the occasion Guam which they describedas progress q, :.tl the wonders. includingg events featuring sizeable .

with their American friends. a beautiful country Offs bottom boats jungle discounts at most area at. J
They brought along favorite :Mrs :Michelle Parker is one Cooperating attractions cruise. cypress point. reptile tractions hotels motels .
foods from their native of the French Canadians of St offering reduced rates to institute Oirksen :Memorial restaurants and other

countries many Iwth accompanying Edward's Parish and told of senior citizens. Include Gardens and deer park. participating businesses.
recipes. her life in Canada. Silver Springs Sea World. Group travel planners for :Major shopping malls have
!r. r rf Among those who spoke to :Mrs Mamie: Arrasmith Stars Hall of Fame Circus senior clubs and other also joined the program and "

the group about their native from California 'a houseguestof World Gatorland and other senior recreation activity special package tours are
land were Dr Carlos Her :Mrs Terr>' Aston brought attractions In the Ocala. leaders are invited to selecta t being offered by Eastern
nandez who presented his along a book written about the Orlando areaOriginators. date soon for their groupsto Airlines American

family and told oi life in Cuba Dionne Quintuplets who were visit t the springs. Automobile Association and
f/ before Ca'!tro's dictatorshipand born near her home. of the Arrangements may be made Greyhound World Tours. .,

II I of life there today. Dr. :Mrs. Henry Stefanelli gave program have designed it to I,
Hernandez said his family are highlights of their recent tour appeal to the usuallv lower. j
dl l l' I IT proud to Be American of the Vatican when they spent fixed-income budgets of

fl citizens.Dr. 14 days in Italy. retired and it is
s Laura Parado introduced Dr. Enrique Rodriguez told J'ersons. WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW .
T _____ expecte as many /
of his home life in Ecuador.
members of her as 250.000 visitors before
family and told of experiencesin South America He now worksat mid-December. I I
4i1 1 the Phillipmes Her the Lake Butler Receptionand ABOUT FUNERAL COSTS
ford '!'tr of husband Romeo and son. :Medical Center For Instance. Silver ;

Randy also gave some interesting :Mrs Josephine Fontaine Springs is offering Senior ,
facts about the who lived in New York and ".

Phillipines. Dr. Parado said Connecticut before moving to How much to be spent on a funeralis .

their five children were all Hampton described the always the b
decision
of the
Fire Prevention Week Set Oct. 915Bradford born in america and they feel Starke and Hampton areas as family
...... ... ... Our
the friendliest she has services are }
like this is their home away encountered .1.i.:: complete, from the ,
from home. in all her travels. frrival! initial call at home i
County volunteer firemen your to the final
Donald Wainwright and Bill Gnann along with other Many who attended the
:Mrs Ed Fanton who
volunteers spent ;Monday' night In regular maintenance and sprucing up the fire equipment in preparation from Vietnam several came dinner were attired in nativeor :Mr and :Mrsillie L. interment servicesall at one I
! for Fire Prevention \\eek October 9-15. years Dixon of : Road t'
) colonial costumes. Morgan announce reasonable '
) ago introduced her sister as price.
All\ members of the Bradford County Firefighters Association are selling alarms as their one of 23 children of her Mrs: Parker was in chargeof the birth of a bab>' girl. 1
part in "\\here There's Smoke. There Should Be A Smoke Alarm,'the theme of national Fire Prevention parents.Iany: of their family arrangements for the Linda Samone. born Sep
\\eek.
were unable to Vietnam dinner. Francis Meng acted as tember 29 in Shands Teaching DeWitt C. Jones
Members of the BCFFA will hold open houses at respective units Saturday', Oct. 15. Brooker but those who escape did master of ceremonies for the Hospital in Gainesville Benton Futoh: :

volunteers will have a spaghetti supper 4.30-7: p.m and give a fire alarm as a door prize in con the kindness of appreciate the evening. Linda Samone weighed 8
with house. Harold Johnson
junction
I open pounds 4 ounces. The new

Bradford County will sponsor a fish fr,' along with an open house. ...' ( arrival jOins two sisters: Lisa
.
:.:
'.' : t? 21q. :Marie Griffis 8. and Tara Lee
-:: it t -=:-I. III < Dixon 2.Maternal. DeWitt C.JonesFuneral

In Case It HOUSEHOLD HINTS Y' If I -_0'....-..- =-=---0.... '-_- : grandparents are
:/y -"<.' :Mr, and :Mrs Hubert Cooperof Home
Starke. Paternal Starke
For hundreds of years Ireland was about the only place grand Kaylton Hgti
mother is :Mrs Janie Howardof \
Gets Cold b> Mary S. learta chuck top round or sirloin tip anyone played handball. It came to America in the 1880s. Miami: 964 6200 473,sire i i'i
four Bradford Count} as "London Broil" Again it
Have you noticed the tree Extension Home must be top quality beef ------- -- -----------

leaves turning color the Economicsgenl QUESTIONill; hard -.

cattails getting fuzzy and cheese keep in grated form E4GLEFd
FREE! ;
QUESTION Our ; ;;
&
other signs detector needs: smoKe- < :Mrs A B.I) :
new batteries
Winter, ill soon be upon us, \\S\\ER: You will get ,
what kind do I buy'Irs.! (: ,
much flavor if
more
and with the possibility of a you grate
heating fuel shortage notes :\L.I. cheese just before using it. FAMILY DISCOUNT STOMS and Saturday! I'
.SER: You will need SET1
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Tornado Offense Finally Rolled;; !; Starke,;' gwbofS: < :n'. '1'




Team Coming Around Hurse Feels"We 'Drop Three More, J I

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on' defense for the
finally got our first week for the Clay High game. Roland Cummings and Leading Tacklers a d k The Starke Cowboys Pop Leaders Ellis Rehburgwith i'
touchdown of the season. I'm Reddish was tough on the run, Kenneth Cruger, the pair from f R Warner teams dropped three Cowboys tackles were and Larry Long,
glad we've broken the ice on firing up quick to make four the defensive platoon who Linebacker Lawrence games this week but en- 5 Griffis and John
Lionel
tnat," was the first thought of tackles and assists on four alternate now at offensive Patrick led the Tornadoes in thusiasm still remains high each with three!
Coach David Hurse as the more. He was also tough on strong guard, did a good job tackling against Clay High ..f for the players, fans, and Bennett
Head Tornado looked back on the pass, said Defensive Se- offensively, says Coach with 9 individual hits and 3 1 i ii cheerleaders 'tackles.Scott Hudson and Vince
the Clay High( game. condary Coach Denny Han- Hancock assists.Middle guard Kenneth R'1E Aa' i; The teams,formed less thana each picked up 11
Culverson
The Tornado offensive line sen. Coach Hurse agreed. Strong tackle Kevin Neel Cruger had 7 individuals, line- month ago, are facing teams rushing for .the
controlled the line of scrim- "I thought Donald Reddish had a good ball game in Green backer Issiah Jenkins 4 who have been practicing for yards Culverson also 4
mage, Coach Hurse said. And reacted well defensively. Cove. tackles and 6 assists. two and half months and have Cowboys.handled the punting,
after the first drive the Brad- Sometimes he was a little too Tight ends David Walker Cruger leads the team in experienced players retur- 25 yards a kick:
ford defense settled down and aggressive, but I'd rather see and Kenny Rodrique blocked individual tackles with 25 and .':," Coaches averaging"We still need a lotr f
"played consistent football." them that way than not much better than the past two has 6 assists. Patrick has beenin and players are a team and=we

The kicking game of punter aggressive enough," Hurse weeks, Hancock said. on the most tackles, with 20 ., "... ....... .." .,.... still getting the bastes down have practice to work as one executionbut
Allen Norman and kick off and said, indicating that a Tornado "We're finally beginning to individuals and 24 assists. but Improvement Is seen hope to win next
extra point artist Marcus player who gets called show signs of an aggressive Jenkins has 18 individual every week and coaches are week we" Head Coach David '
Cruce also pleased the head Reddish interference, as offensive line," Hancock tackles and 12 assists. Mark Jones and John Woodham stop Gainesville man In his looking for some victories Bennett, said. 1
Tornado. did, when attempting stales. "I think we're coming tracks on a sweep left. later in the season. t
"We seem to be coming to prevent a completion is pre- along. We've come a long way; Pop Warner has a .
around now and playing the ferred to one that is out of since the first of the season. cheerleader program with GC Eagles 48
kind of ball we're capable of," position and not near the ball. Eastside shows a lot of over 30 girls working hard and CB Midgets 0
Hurse said, although the quickness especially in their Gainesville Stops JV Gridders keeping support for the team The Cowboy midgets faced
veteran coach said his team, 3 Linemen Praised down linemen, Hancock says. high despite early season last years state runner'up I
especially the defense, didn't losses Green Cove Eagles and came
have to play as hard as it "We're finally getting Backs Ran Hard A bus break down, 90 degree the first play the Caines usual starter Kenny Clark was This weeks games: out on the losing end 480.,
could in Green Cove. people downfield to block," heat,and a strong Gainesville clicked for a pass to the 18 that injured earlier in the week. Coach Ronnie Tomlinsonsaid
Coach Mike Sexton agreed says Offensive Line Coach "I thought all our backs ran High junior varsity football was called back because of Hartley was impressed by the MB Dolphins 34 his teams major problemIn
about his defense, saying Bob Hancock of the Clay High hard," says Coach Hurse, team proved to be too much holding. The next play halfback freshman's performance."Bill PW Cowboys 0 the game was experience.
there were only a few players game. "We're more aggres- mentor of the offensive back- for the Baby Tornadoesas the Dennis Allen took the came in and did a The Cowboy pee wee team "We're an Inexperiencedteam
whose performance he considered sive getting downfield, a 100 field. JV's dropped their second pitch on a sweep right and ran pretty good job for us," dropped their second game of coming up against a
noteworthy. percent Improvement over Quarterback Jeffery game of the year 6-0. for a TO that was called back Hartley said. the season by a 34-0 score to team with a lot of experience,
last week," the coach added. Norman read the defense well The game was nearly an because of clipping. The offensive line showed the Middleburg Dolphins.The we're not blocking, tacklingor
and did a good job of running hour late getting started because After the two breakds BHS much improvement over the pee wee team showed executing properly"
Patrick Outstanding "Every week we're getting the ball club, Hurse added. of a bus break down and stiffened, with Ronald first game at Live Oak. much improvement over last Tomlinson said.
better. We'll do that becauseof Running back Marvin Tysonis Coach Mike Hartley said it Mathews sacking the Gaines Members of the offensive line week and Coach James

Strong side linebacker our inexperience, says credited on statistics might have affected BHS ville QB for a nine yard loss are: Al Chapman, center; Fender said his team is Daryl Thornton was in on 10
Lawrence Patrick played "a Coach Hancock, who startedthe gathered from game movies team play. and linebacker Timmy Jones Johnnie Bell, tackle; Lonnie looking' better tackles to lead the Cowboy
real good ball game," said season with just two returning with rushing for 183 yards in picked off a Gainesville passto Davis, tackle; Robbie Pierce, Well be winning games defensive unit. Michael DeSue
I Sexton, who named Patrick starters, Cummingsand 18 carries, 10.1 yard average. "We were sluggish in the stop the drive. guard; Jay Griffis, guard. before the year is over," also had a good game with five
the outstanding defensive Smith. Fullback Doug Reddish is second half, I don't know if it BHS came right back and Hartley said defensive line- Fender said. tackles and one blocked punt.

lineman of the week.Middleguard Center Marcus Cruce, weak credited with rushing for 109 was the breakdown or the gave the Caines a taste of men Randy Thompson, Kevin Richie Fender brought fans Rickey Sullivan played
Kenneth side guard Issac Cummings, yards In 10 carries, a 10.9 yard time of day or what causedit their own medicine. Phillip Reddish,and Ronald Mathewsdid to their feet with a 50 yard tough game at linebacker for
Cruger and defensive tackle and weak side tackle Bobby average. Esau Bright is ," Hartley said.Gainesville Sawyer broke through GHS's a real good job up the punt return that just missed the Cowboys rr
Fred Wood,who played in just Smith were named co- credited with rushing for 36 had the first line and ran 47 yards to the middle for BHS. Linebacker going the distance. .1
his third football game ever, offensive linemen of the week yards in five attemps, a 7.2 threat of the game when they Cain 18 before being brought Timmy Jones got special John Odom and Kenny Lawson Terry and Thompson, Jeff

were cited for a "consistent by Hancock. yard average. got the ball on the BHS 31. On down. BHS managed to push praise from Hartley."It DeWitt spearheaded the recovered fumbles Tracy Miller for the all
JVU.I "" the ball to the two before being seemed everytime the Cowboy defense with five defensive unit. I

"After the first drive we stopped by Gainesville.The ball was anywhere,he (Jones) tackles each. Sam Griffis, "With only two weeks fat
seemed to settle down and Badcock Kitchens Tale game's only score cameon was there too," Hartley said. Richie Fender, Kieth practice and less than that in I

play some pretty decent defense Gainesville's first series of Defensive backfield Gillingham, Benjie Harding, pads we're not use to working
," Sexton said. Clay High the second half when the members John Bennett, Kevin Griffis and Cary together but we're not giving
took the kick Caines used the running Duane McBridge, Mike Frounfelter were each in on I
opening off and Tomlinson said.
,
up
returned it 65 yards in 11 plays power of Dennis Allen driving Teston and Phillip Sawyer three tackles.CB I
through the BHS defense. It Easy Flag League WinsBadcock 65 yards for a score. showed improvement but All three Cowboy teams will I
was the first touchdown Both teams battled the rest needed Improvement on Jr.M ig. 0 be in action this Saturday,
scored on the BHS defense on of the game between the two coming up and tackling, OP Mustangs 35 Oct. 8, at home The pee wee
the ground this season. and Kitchens each in the second half this time Merchants LWCI and 20 yard lines with neither Hartley said. The Cowboy hard Junior midgets game is first at 11 a.m. when
picked up wins Sunday to set with Prevatt hitting Green fora Country Boys are tied for last posing a scoring threat. "We had trouble with their dropped the a Park fought Mustangs gameto they meet the Keystone
"I think we just hit a lull up a showdown In the Men's one yard scoring pass to at 13. Gainesville was able to pick- sweeps: tonight,"Hartley said. Orange Rebels. At 12:30: the Jr.
after two strong ball games" Flag Flootball League increase the lead to 260. up crucial first down on the "We need to be more 350. Midgets meet the Keystone
Sexton said. "I'm hopeful sponsored by the Starke The Merchants finally got On Sunday, Oct. 9 Badcock ground keeping the clock aggressive," he added. Kenny Davis was a leaderon Panthers and at 3 p.m. the
we're going to be up for East- Recreation Department.D. on the score board when Tom takes on Draw Tile at 12:45: running against the Tor- Next JV game is Thursday, offense and defense for the Midgets meet the Middleburg
side and play ball." Paladino passed 15 yards to LWCI plays the Merchants at nadoes. Oct. 6, at home against St. Cowboys picking up 59 yardson Stingers. All games are
In that first drive against Tile 20-CBoys 18 Curtis Crawford for the TD. 2:15: and Kitchens plays the Bill Goodge was put in at Augustine. Game time is 7 7 attempts and was in on 10 played at the Bradford County
Clay High "we made a lot of A two point conversion on Paladino hit Crawford with Country Boys at 3:30.: starting quarterback when p.m. tackles. Fair Grounds. -

mental mistakes," Sexton Draw Tite's first TD providedthe the extra point pass to make
added. margin of victory over the the score 26-7.
Country Boys. Bill Belote of Kitchens hit
The coach said he was Draw Tite the board with
got on Green a 20 yard pass to CLEARANCEINVENTORY
"really disappointed" in the with an explosive 60 yard pass up Kitchens lead to 327.
play; of strong side tackle from Chris Chandler to Kenny Prevatt then hit John Powell

Marty Russell. "When Marty Hampton. Chandler ran for with a 30 yard pass and Joined
makes up his mind to play the conversion and Draw Tite again for the PAT to make the
football there is nobody who had an 8-0 lead. score 397.Jackson. SALE
can beat him. He's that good," The Country Boys got right Prevatt passed to
Sexton said of the 245 pound back in the game when Joey Gibson to give the Merchantsa

senior. Bennett hit Joey Branson witha final TD making the score _.. =
15 vard pass for a TD to 3913.
"But there is the tendencyto make the score 86. -'i'iiisTlrii.
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let down" Sexton added, Then Chandler to Hampton Badcock 41-LWCI Whirlpool
indicating that is what his defense clicked again this time on a 40 Badcock proved why '

had against winless yard aerial to increase the they're in first by crushing T'' Super Sale MAGIC CHEF
Green Cove.
Draw Tite lead to 146. LWCI 41-6.
> Bennett scored on a 45 yardrun Steve Walker got Badcock Big
At the same time "the offense S
before the half to close the rolling when he intercepted a 110I
got cranked up and put gap to 1412.Chandler's. pass and returned it 30 yardsfor Every Thing Must Go--- 3
some points on the board, 11'
throwing TD. Tommy Hannagan
which helped us." All the arm a A TRADE
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defensive in the
people No
were this time hitting Lee extra making the score "
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played extensively in the pass 70.John IH Yes We Have Terms
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pointedout. Draw Tite.Bennett niture men moving by ;
hit Branson throwing TD passes to Ref. jj E Or 30-60-90 Days RANGE I
to give the Country Boys their Wheeler and Ronnie Thomas ,
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was
attempt failed giving Draw passes to Bill Ratliff and
weak side defensive
end Tite the 20-18 victory.K. Hannagan to make the score I
Danny Hildebrand "who is 21-0 at half time. On A New

going Ball to make" us a good foot- .Tile 39-!Merch. 13 WAtson came out throwingin 19" B&WT.V. 0
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"There are no breathers Charlie Green, Randall raise the score to 340. I; I Stan At $16 80 WI
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The people who have been PAT to take a 7-0 lead. Badcock managed one more TELEVISION'
playing must continue to im McGee hit Tommy Reddish touchdown on a Hannagan to CLOSEOUT
prove. We can't afford to slip with a 25 yard TD pass and Walker pass for 27 yards. The
back, Sexton warns. Green connected with Bright final score stood at 41-6. -
again this time on a 20 yard Badcock is first with a 4-0 While - -- ao

Donald Reddish's TD toss to give Kitchens a 20-0 record. Kitchens is second 'l '!.J .,,1.
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"They're a good ball club. In the second half Francis Monday, Oct 10, the
They're tough- says Coach ran for a 10 yard TD and Raiders meet the Steelers at Sawyer Slade
Mike Sexton.. passed to Drew Davis for a 3:30: and at 4:30: the Cowboyshost
Ware County went'I to the second TD to make the final the Dolphins.

state t play-offs last season. score 386. Next Wednesday, Oct. 12,
BITS; beat them 324 here last the Steelers meet the Cowboys
year. "We just had a goodnight Stealers 20-Cowboys 11 in the 2:30: opener and the Appliance Center
against them." Sexton- The Steelers and the Cow- Dolphins meet the Steelers in
boys seesawed back and forth _
the 4:30 nightcap. 331
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