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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 13, 1977
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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'e Volusia County at 9:30( a.m. when the accident short landings and take-offs. damaged but neither man was

' sheriff's deputies escaped occurred. seriously hurt.
8 serious injury Tuesday Zigler was using the taxi- The plan, a four seater

e morning when their light Zigler told the Florida High- way for his take off which is Helio, was purchased from
o plane crashed during take off way Patrol he was using the much shorter than the air military surplus and was used rtrgrap1The
, at the air strip at the Florida west taxiway for take off and strip used by most pilots mainly to transport inmates.
" State Prison had built his speed to 60 knots which runs parallel to SR-I6. FHP estimated the plane's
but the plane wouldn't lift off value at $12,000.
Ife Ifn the ground. Zigler said he applied the The accident is still under
Pilot Murry W. Zigler of brakes but the plane just Investigation by officials from
, New Smyrna Beach and copilot The Telegraph was told at skidded across the wet grass, Volusia County and the
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d Zeke Walker of Deland the scene the plane was hit a ditch, and went airborne Federal Aviation Administration. Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven .,

had just dropped off an inmate supposed to take off at a speedof crossing SR-1S and hitting a Zigler said he suspecteda
at the prison and were star- 28 knots and later learnedthe fence. mechanical failure as the 99th Year STAKKE. FLORIDA ISCf'nts
ting their trip back to Deland plane was designed for The plane was badly cause of the accident. 13th Issue. Thursday,October 13,1977 Copy

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North Central Florida lights and gates at the Market it said the 20 mph limit must
Regional Planning Councilwas Road railroad crossing He be observed.
given the signal for full said that he planned to contact Bruce said that Amtrack
speed ahead on the city's new Seaboard-Coastline officials figured the lights and gates at '
zoning ordinance at Tuesday Wednesday and see if they the Market Road would save
night's Commission meeting. would participate financially the company four minutes on
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in the project, and also its schedule by eliminating the
Commissioners told Charles solicited help from the city necessity for slowing down at
Keister, NCFRPC planner that crossing. "We feel this is
that they will be in serious worth $20,000 to us, and are
trouble, trying to implementthe The issue developed recently willing to pay our share." he
new comprehensive plan, when Seaboard.Coastline said': "Hopefully, Seaboard-
soon to be adopted, without a petitioned the Department of Coastline will feel the same
'new zoning code to back it up. Transportation to approve the way." '
raising of the train speed limit Bruce said he would get
Keister the delayin
1 explained through Starke from 20 to 40 hack in touch with the Commission -
drafting the new
1 zoning miles per hour. DOT gave to see what the city
ordinance, saying that NCFK-
approval for the change except can do after he receives an
PC could not start work
for the unprotected answer from Seaboard-Coast- \
without a contract and
money
Market Road where line.
,
crossing
Trooper Steve Arnold survey! damage to the Volusia County Sheriffs mechanical failure as the cause of the accident and the plane will be for same was not available I
Department plane that crashed Tuesday morning on take off from the Florida dismantled and taken back to Deland where the plane will be Inspected. until the city's new 1977.78
i, State Prison. Volusia County Sheriff Ed Duff said his department suspected a budget became effective
October 1. He said the agencywas 3 Place NamesIn
now winding up commit-
ments from the past fiscal
year, and would be in positionto
Roads
DOT Officials To Check Local put someone to work Political

r 4 drafting the new zoning code Ring

J..f:.. immediately. Commissioners
expressed hope that the new
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,In" PreparationEorJTurnover To Cq.iu1i -,
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Clerk Merrill Edwards was

As part of administrative turning the roads over to the work, either on its own or with responsibility to do what the giving them road con told he must check the Incumbent Marvin Rosierwas council
spot presently occupied -
responsibility for turning county. surrounding counties, District DOT has been doing, which struction and maintenance. existing zoning code, now the third Buster Bennett.
state roads back to county DOT engineer J,H. Pittman, engineer Walter Skinner told includes construction, and Skinner told the com termed "obsolete," againstthe for the Lawtey person election to qualify by
government Department of Sr said the roads that will be commissioners at the August reconstruction. Pittman said missioners any new work for comprehensive plan map be held December city fiLawley to Lawtey chief of police I\I.M
Transportation engineers will looked at on this visit are: SH- meeting. several years ago the state the county for secondaryroads (when it is adopted) to see if "Butch"Jordon says he plansto
ride several roads with 225. which was resurfaced in Most counties within the began giving back to the would not begin after they are in conflict. If they qualify later this week and
Bradford County officials next 1972.: SR-16, resurfaced district have made the counties the 7 cent gas tax to January 1, 1978 but up until are, Keister said, then the will run strictly on my own
Tuesday, Oct. 18, before earlier this year: part of SR. transfer, with Bradford use to acquire right of ways that time all work in progressor plan takes procedence and the record."
18, presently under con County being among the last for roads but under the new any work requested wouldbe clerk must refuse to issue
struction and the bridge over to make the move, along with program the state will acquire done. All the secondarywork building permits for any "I am not guilty of
Sampson Creek. Pittman said Madison and Levy counties. right of ways taking that must be completed by structure not in conformancewith wrongdoing Jordan said. He
wIJr sawn l(!!rirr none of these should requireany The county will get the burden off the counties and July 1, 1980, Skinner said. the plan. If the applicant has been charged with hittinga
resurfacing. but desires, he may make application man in the face during a
engineers will be looking at to the City Zoning d altercation at the BrandingIron
painting and grass trimming. Board for an amendment to Restaurant August 27 and
,the plan to conform to his r will be facing trial in
said before the
Pittman
needs. The Zoning Board will November
transfer is made, the ohvsical
then the
) approve or deny
system must to any be equal road to transferred the ) f.. t st6 J application and pass their Jordan has been the head of
recommendation on to the the Lawtey department since
..,, shape any present county roadis Commission(acting as its own 1962 when he filled the
in, or if a road has not been
planning agency) for approvalor 311J unexpired term Sumter
resurfaced within the past 12 who
rejection. Harley was relieved of
Saturday, Oct. 15 years, it would be resl aced. Final hearing on the land duty by the Lawtey council.
If a road has been resurfaced
will be held
i use plan map at
Rummage Sale within 12 years, but it has a y. o ., i the City Hall at 7 p,m. F Jordan served as a Starke
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low payment rating regar- + policeman for two
Bradford Co. Tuesday Oct. 25. Keister said / years
dless of age, it will be before taking over at
Hosp. Auxiliary that the Commission could -- ----- Lawtey.
Corner S. Walnut resurfaced, said Pittman adopt the plan, making it Marshal On the force presently are the
& W. Madison As a courtesy to the county. effective at this time. M.M. Jordan chief, a lieutenant and a
*a.m.till Pittman said, the DOT will Attorney Jess Wolbert, patrolman. Jordan says he
bring the roads "up to good stating that he represented 10 Rosier trying for his third considers his" force "the finestin

Farm Bureau Womens shape" before turning them property owners m the area, term in office, qualified Florida.

Kidney Fund over and will do a clean up and requested that the plan map Monday. October 10. by The qualifying fee for the
Fish Fry touch up. Pittman said this .. be amended to show a com paying a $12 fee marshals office .
t For the seat 3 two is $474.56.Voters
time
S75:30p would enable the county to mercial classification for spot
: .m. Fairgrounds have its roads in good con- three blocks of property between mayor of Lawtey, Robert who are not
dition before county main Washington Street and Scott qualified October 4, registered to vote must
Theresaa V F D tenance would begin Test Brownlee Street (Highway 16) Scott has served on the council register at the courthouse by
Achievement
Students Take New State
Open House Other roads that will be Required from the railroad on the eastto 14 years. October 21. Mrs. Shuford said

& Turkey Shoot turned back to the county Bradford High School juniors-apply! themselves to functional literacy tests given Tuesday and US-301 on the west. On the City the clerk first Lucille Shufordwas any Lawtey resident who is
1".m.Zp.m.Monday before July 1, 1980 after any Wednesday.The planning map lots fronting to qualify by already registered to vote in
resurfacing that needs to be 1976 state legislature mandated the reading writing and match test as an attempt at Brownlee are shown commercial paying $240 or 5 percent of theclerk's the county can vote in the city

done are: &R-230 from US-301 making schools accountable for what students learn. while most of those salary. election.
Oct. 17 east to Clay County, a leg of Test results should be back about a month, said principal Charles Francis. fronting Washington are No challengers to the
t SR-235 from Brooker to designated single, family (low present office holders have Anyone interested in run-
BC School Board Alachua County, SR-221 from density) residential. qualified to run for office. ning for an office must be 18
Wolberts said that '10 Qualifying for the election will old and a Lawtey
7p m. US-301 to Hampton and backto 3 Injured On Crawford Road years
US-301 SR-21 from Clay property owners in the area, close at noon Monday, Oc resident, the clerk said.
Elks A Elkettes County to Bradford County ., ., including the Thomas heirs, tober 17.Also .

Starke Lodge 1(02 and back to Clay County, all of Three men were injured reported Kenneth Lee Tet- of the McCullough auto. No requested that the classification open is the seat 5 The December voters also if the will city decidein clerk

District Deputy SR-18 from US-301 to Brooker Saturday in a head on collision stone had just rounded a charges were filed be designated com should be an appointive rather i
Visitation and and US-301 to SR-100. mercial, since that is the predicted
on Crawford Road which runs corner when his car collided
Jordan Pleads than an elected position. If the
trend of
InitiationDlnntr7p use that
Roads will be classified on a between Tatum's sawmill on with a car driven by Theran in voters choose to have
.m. functional basis by 1982 and the Old Lawtey Road and James Kimbrell of Maxville A Gainesville man, Hugh area even though the clerk the change will appointive :-
Meeting I p.m. will be divided into four main Heilbronn Springs. Tetstone, Kimbrell and a Brian Hord was charged with Washington Street frontage is Innocent To come following the expirationof

categories: the State Park The Florida ,Highway Patrol passenger In the Kimbrell careless driving Thursday, now largely residential. the elective two
upcoming
,. Road System the State Highway vehicle, George Williams of oct. 8, when his car collided Commissioner Vernon
Tuesday, Oct. II System. The County Road Lawtey received minor in- with a car driven by Henry Silcox said that while he would Battery ChargeLawtey year term.Sheriff.
System and the City StreetS Hampton Water juries. Harrison Hill of Live Oak. not object to use of the area
offices marshal M.M"Butch" .
Pre School.rsStorytime 'stem. Tetstone with for professional he
> was charged
County roads will include all careless would oppose a broad com- Jordan pled Innocenttoa Reddish
driving in the ac
Fail Yule ParadeSet mercial classification charge of battery Brad-
BC Library 10a.m. collector roads all extensions Pumps cident.In which
would permit service stations ford County court Thursday,
into and the collector
Luncheon na.m.1 through other accidents: He October 6. and was granted a Back At Desk
roads and all the local roads in Hampton's water' systemwas Dec. and similar type uses. said
Methodist Fellowship Hall the unincorporated areas. working again Wednesday Dell Davis Smith of Starkewas 10. he would not approve the jury trial, the date to be set

Soup or Chili Although the county has but workers on the charged with DWI in an Starke's annual Christmas change until he knows what later. Sheriff Reddish
$1.30 Adults town's main said they is would be permitted under the Jordan filed his plea before Dolph was
known the road turnover pump accident Friday night. Police parade set for December 10 back at his desk Thursday.
Public Invited would not it." saida this commercial classification in county Judge Elzie Sanders
would be made commissioners "guarantee reported Mrs. Smith collided year. Chamber of Com- October 6, in good shape after
were informed spokesman.Over with Van Douglas Crawford of merce manager Bill Wilson the city's upcoming new and said he will appear at the routine tests at a Gainesville
Raiford Election again at the annual road 100 Hampton residents Starke while Crawford was told the Board of Governors at zoning code. trial with an attorney. hospital his office said.A .
hearing with the DOT in still on the system were with passing her on US- its monthly luncheon meeting Keister advised that it was Jordan is charged with
Starke Council August in Lake City. County out water Tuesday from about :Damage to Crawford's car last Thursday Oct. 6. not necessary for the commission slugging !Milton Baker after
7p.m. commissioner Dave Shuford 3 a rn. to 5 p.m. before servicewas was estimated at $25. A is under to take immediate the two exchanged words spur was located on a
change
said the major problem facing restored.'When the main A car driven by Mildred to include the Brad consideration action and suggested August 27 at the Branding Iron neck' vertebrate and the

'Hampton Council the county is that it has no pump of the water system Davis Autry of 1420( Ree St., ford Square Centerin deferring a decision on the Restaurant. sheriff is taking excercises at
1 broke down the auxiliary Shopping until the second Jordan said he was trying to home to correct the
I p.m.CHantmunllu.., means to pave roads. Shuford Green Acres. Starke, collided the parade route Wilson matter problem,
said the county does not have pump also failed to operate. with a car driven by Deborah told the governors The board hearing on October 25. stop a group of men from said a spokesman for the
any road construction or The 70 'year old water: Griffis McCullough of Lake approved the date and the Bruce L. Gordon,director of using abusive language when sheriffs department Tuesday.The .
ti)Li maintenance equipment and system has been under fire Butler Thursday Oct. e, at the routing change. Amtrack's grade crossing the altercation took place.
has 12 people employed in the since former mayor Arthur intersection of Orange and projects.. told the council that Jordan, who was not in 45 year old sheriff bas J
,$tatr dunk department. Bruno bought the company six Francis Streets in Starke. "We urge everyone to participate his company was willing to uniform at the time, was also recurring back problem and r,i

Acuwitt Nm>.lMvr. .4 UTSMM The county will have to years ago. Bruno was reportedly Police reported Mrs. Autry in the parade; the contribute $20,000 toward the hit In the mouth. Witnesses pinpointing the spur to expected 4 r,
kV either get Into the road paving out of town and could not 'was, attempting to turn left bigger the. better." Wilson estimated $45,000 expense of could not identify the person to alleviate the
._.. Da1t.ImiirMCI. Cor*. business or contract out the be reached for comment. and a hedge blocked her view says installing automatic signal I who hit Jordan. distress. j

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UDC Have Sidney Lanier Prog, c ;;;;ia4i

.e life of Sidney Lanier Vining and Mrs. J.H. Flelds"!<, 'WfalfreialSociety; /7Z7iJi'

the program subject at Mrs. H.L. Speer. historian
r October meeting of the. Rave'an Interesting resume of
.V Weeks chapter. UDCid the talented poet, Sidney t
Wednesday afternoon of Lanier, b native Of- Georgia, w (jl rn..t C./t. 964.7608 I
ast week at the home of Mrs who not only excelled in y .. __ _- __ ---
OL Heasley and :Mrs J.W. poetry but was a violinist and --- ---------

Kincaid played other musical Instru- Rummage Sale Newlyweds Prospective Couple: \':
ments and was also a painter. r

Mrs. Herbert .;Thomas, During the social hour a r a Saturday By Honored At t Honored At

business president presided( over the salad course was served to the Open HouseMiss

hostesses( were meeting.Mrs L.D Co- 21 members and guests by the I' Hosp. AuxiliaryThe Open House et i ;
four hostesses. i Kim Tenly and her

T'T'I' Bradford County S ,l fiance., Rodney Griff, whose
Hospital Auxiliary will hold a Mr. and Mrs. James V. r rq marriage will be an event of
\1: rummage sale Saturday from Crosby Jr., whose marriagewas 1 Oct. 21 were entertained at an
9 a.m. until ? at the corner of an event' of Saturday, Oct. Open House on Tuesday'
\ The S. Walnut and W. Madison 1. in St. Augustine were evening. Oct. '4. by Mrs.
\ honored at an Open House on
-'- streets next to Badcocks. Charles Darby Mr. and Mrs
i :Monna Johnson Sunday evening after church, James V. Crosby, Mr. and
by Col. and Mrs. H.M. Hat. and Col. and
If 1 Mrs. J.F Hardy
SteakmanIntroduces
AkAfA Meth. cher Jr. at their home on East Hatcher
1 Monna Johnson Women Mrs. H.M. Jr..at the
Call
Street.
home oft t the latter. on East Call
at the door
Greeting .guests
Danny NugentEngagement Plan Chili-Soup i were Col. and Mrs. Hatcher. Street Greeting guests at the door
in Introduced
turn.
They
Col. and Mrs. Hatcher
were
LuncheonThe
Told line'
guests to the receiving
.
who presented the guests to
of the honored
composed the receiving line composed of
To Announcement is made of couple, her parents, Mr. and -
United Methodist Mr. and :Mrs. Merrill Griffis
tT the engagement of Monna Women will sponsor another Mrs. Willie Oladell of St. Karen Howe-Carl Hunsinger parents of the groom-elect.
Terri Paterson
Dyal Larry and his Mr.
Augustine
Marie Johnson daughter of parents
l BradfordCounty chili or soup luncheon Miss Tenly and !Mr. Griffis
and Mrs. James V. of
Fred D. Johnson of Hampton, Tuesday,Oct. 18, from 11 a.m. Terri Crosby and !Mr. and Mrs. E.D. Tenly,
c to Danny Allen Niifient; son of to 1 p.m. in the Methodist Dyal, Starke. the Karen Howe, Jr? parents of the bride-elect.
Mr and Mrs. Leslie H. Nugentof Hall. Inviting guests to Inviting to the
Fellowship ..... guests
refreshment table Mrs.
Starke. were Carl
Larry Paterson Hunsinger
Menu will Include soup or refreshment table was Mrs.
and Mrs. John
S.L. Peek Jr.
\\eddnig plans will be announced The table
chili sandwich, dessert and J.E. Hardy was
Greene Jr. An
C. ,
at a later date. drink for 150. Tickets arrange- overlaid with a silk organdy
are Engagement
Told ment of yellow silk flowers Engagement ToldMrs.
The Banana
Boat Special available at the church office and white flocked baby'sbreath embroidered braid tablecloth
Junior Club UMW members at the with an embroidered
or
Mr and Mrs\ James E. Dyalof In a cut crystal bowl Mildred Howe of
I door. Anyone needing a ride scalloped edge. The center
the and silver
was Starke the
announces
Keystone Heights centerpiece
announcethe
To Hold B'runchSaturday may call the church office for piece was an arrangement of
candelabra held
burning of her
engagement of their engagement daughter, and white silk flowersin
yellow
Banana transportation. daughter, Terri Suzanne, to yellow tapers. The table was Karen Denise to Carl Hun-
a cut crystal vase on a
Stuart covered by an imported silk of T.
aDC Larry Paterson son of singer stepson Angus silver pedestal. Burning
Mr. and cloth that was McDowell of Tallahassee.
W.M.PATRICK Mrs. Robert G. organza ap- in three branch
The Junior Woman's Club is ycllow'tapers
IIOUSEWARM1NGMr. : Paterson of Starke. pliqued with embroidered Miss Howe is also the
silver candelabra flanked
having a Brunch Saturdayfrom
braid
trim. of the late
Rev.
and Mrs. W.M. Patrick daughter
.
each side of the centerpiece.
10:30: to 12 o'clock for
Miss is Silver held Howe.
Dyal a 1977 graduateof trays party Tommy
will have a housewarming at
held sandwiches
Silver
members of the senior club, their new home on Rt. 1, Box Keystone Heights High sandwiches, and dips, and a Miss Howe and Mr. Hun- trays and pastries.dainty
Pouring
junior club and Little Women. School and is silver chafing dish held hot both of
With All The 107 Lawtey on Sunday, Oct. presently em- singer are graduates in the dining room
punch were
The get-acquainted Brunch ployed at the Lee-San Record canapes and silver trays held Bradford High School. Karen
16, from 1 to 5
p.m. Mrs. E.D. Tenly, Sr.. grand.
will familiarize new membersof
Shop of Starke. dainty pastries. Mrs. A. graduated in 1977 and Carl
All friends and ralatives are
mother of the bride-elect.
TrimmingsHave the three clubs with the
Russell Norman poured coffee graduated in 1975.
regular members. invited to attend. Mrs. Paul>. Carter. Mrs. J.
from the silver coffee service. Mr. Hunsinger is presently
Mr. Paterson is 1975
1 : 1 a Frank Mitchell and !Mrs. Joan
Inviting guests to the employed at the Union
of Bradford
graduate High
One Frank Chitty. aunt of the honoree.
rooms were Mrs. J. Correctional Institution at
School and is presently at-
Inviting guests to the
Santa Fe Mitchell and Mrs.Joan Chitty. Raiford.A family
tending Community
Mrs. James
V.
TERRIFICYARN Mrs.J.E. Hardy, aunt of the November wedding is room was
This Week College. lie is employed at C'rosby.Irs.! Charles Darby
groom, poured punch on the planned.
Jackson Building Supply Inc. invited the
guests to patio
patio. The punch table was
SALE at .
Keystone Heights.A
where Misses Sonja Tenly
covered wtih a linen and lace
Spring wedding is plan- sister of the bride-to-be and
cloth and the cut crystal Lola
DURING OCTOBER ned. Zipperer
Darlene and Marilyn Griffis.
l [ punch bowl was placed on a
sisters of the
1Y ( 5t1t1V0fIJaJ groom-elect.
cut crystal
10% To 75% Off a atl. Hanging baskets and other Given Going- poured punch from a cut
FUQUAY'S CARPET house plants were used crystal bowl placed on a cut
throughout the house. Away PartyMrs. crystal tray. Assisting in
Yarns for Knitting & Crocheting CLEANINGPROFESSIONAL caring for the guests throughout -
Others who assisted in

f C] (T Sweaters, Afghans Etc. caring for the guests were Lola who is the evening were Misses
U (L]aQ$ $ Q$ Also Sale On Many Patterns Charles Mrs. Charles Darby.Mr. Hardy. and Mrs. moving to Orange Zipperer Park this Chitty.Paula Dee cousin Carter of the, Karen bride-

CLEANING and Mrs. Bill DeSha weekend was honored at a elect, Christy Redding and
dinner
covered dish Saturday
Donna Harris.
STEAM from Waldo were guests from night at the home of Mr. and Others who assisted in
1 1212 N. Temple Starke, Fla The Magic Needle OR SHAMPOOFree out of town.A of their chosen Mrs. Edwin Williams.The serving were Mrs Charles
), goblet
buffet table and four
Mrs. Drew
Hardy Reddish
1517 Bessent Rood Estimates pattern of crystal was given to
I' dining tables were covered Mrs. Vernon Silcox and Mrs
the honored couple T by the
964.6567 li 1 964-5149 Stone 964-6300 hostess and host. with Army-Navy cloths and L F. Dinkins.
9648596 centered with mixed flower
Corsages were presented to
10/13-11/1 One hundred guests at- .
tended this delightful affair. arrangements. Miss Tenly and Mr. Griffis.

.- _.--- -- -- __ Attending were 25 friends of and to the mothers of the
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:I\lrs..Zipperer,who gave honored couple and their

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Oct. 7 For Calling between the hours of
7:30: and 9:30: pm. were 150

Gissy JohnsonMr. guests including from out-of-
town Frank Herndon grand-
father of the prospective
and Mrs. Jodie Johnson
f groom and Mrs Karl Mosleyof
Jr. of Miami were hosts at a Maxville.

i dinner party Friday night,
Oct. 7, in the Pecan room of
t 1 the Garden Restaurant Justin WardCelebrates
II 1.r honoring their son, Jodie V.
Johnson and fiancee, Karen

1 Z t t'l + Gissy, following the couple's
I
rehearsal.
wedding
M1 1 White cloths covered the U- 2nd BirthdayLittle
shaped dining tables and

arrangements of yellow Justin Ward cele-
carnations, bronze pompomsand brated his second birthday
champagne daisies were Wednesday, Oct. 5, with a
\ iirpr placed at intervals. birthday party given by his
t Mr. Johnson presented
parents Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Y i. 1 lu luI Karen with a red rose and the Ward at the home of Mr. and
t toast was given by David Mrs. Charles Schmitt.
Johnson of Atlanta, brother of
cT ) the prospective groom. The Snoopy theme was

I The honored couple presented carried out in decorations.The .
their attendants with cake table was covered
personal gifts during the with a Snoopy and Friends
dinner. cloth and centered with awhile
The 26 attending includedthe tree limb holding
immediate families attendants Snoopy balloons.
and out-of-town

guests. The gift table held a
-------------. ceramic Snoopy. Black
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streamers with a huge white
7 PIECE ''it \ Mr. and Mrs. Ray Ar- "Happy Birthday" balloon
&&&* chambeault and family of were used as decorations.
Western Cobb Town, Ga. were Cake, ice cream and licorice
e Style Group... Saturday visitors of Mr. and were enjoyed by the 18 guests.
Mrs. S.W, Hamilton.

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I I Kelli Whaley Honored Fire DestroysE. ;w /jou..l/ now Servicemen sdnrR ::1Ii:1 I

At two Bridal ShowersMiss Wilkinson
I Mr.and Mrs. Arthur Coulter IJ.i
Wye' IAS T I and of Arcadia '
daughter were
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Kelli Whaley, Oct. 29 Miss Whaley was compli- Home Oct.. 5,, Friday to Monday guests of
bride-elect, was honored at a merited,'at, a, bridal shower Dr. and Mrs. RE. ;Dopson
bridal' shower 'on' Sept. 22 Oct. 8 given fcy Mrs. Virgil Bradford volunteer firemen while enroute to the .mountains -
given by Misses Darlene Griffis, Mrs. Maines Griffis, answered two calls within !
Luke, Lynn Whaley and Mrs. Daisy Boch and Mrs. three hours of each other but
Margaret and Cindy Smith at Robert E. Smith at the homeof were unable to save Iheres.Uence Mrs Janet Turner cele- ,
the home of the latter in the latter In Lawtey.A = ; of Ernest L. brated her birthday Sunday at' .
Lawtey. Wilkinson three miles west on H a dinner party given by her
Games with prizes and refreshments door prize was presentedand Brownlee Road last Wed- children and mother Mrs.. I
were enjoyed by refreshments were en- nesday, Oct. 5. o i,; James Barron. Among those
the IS guests during the party Joyed by the 15 guests. Fire chief Harry Green'said attending were Brant,and Kay
hours 7:30: and 9.30: p.m. The Corsages were presented to the first fire around noon r "YO Turner of Jacksonville, Vicky
guests included Mrs. WalterP. the honoree, her mother, Mrs. developed in a faulty fireplaceand j Turner and Sally Lassiter of
Luke and Angie and Judy Thomas Whaley and motherof resulted in about $1,000 {J Gainesville and Dr. and Mrs.
Griffis of Palatka. the prospective groom, damage to the roof and attic. Richard Odom and family of

The hostesses presentedMiss Mrs.The Walter hostesses Luke. presentedMiss Firemen were on the scene Starke. -. .--- _.. -- -, .-
Whaley with an eight until 1:30: p.m. Green said.
piece setting of ironstone Whaley with a set of Green said the second call Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Ritch Colbert Completes WATTS COMPLETES
dinnerware and glassware as cookware a memento of the was received at 3:12: p.m. and have moved to 370 Mimosa Armor Training ARMOR TRAINING ;
a memento of the occasion. occasion. when firemen returned to the Drive, the home formerly Ft. Knox:, Ky.--Private Ft. Knox, KY Private ,.i
house found it engulfed inflames owned by Mr. and Mrs. JamesL. Charles Colbert, son of Mrs. Barry L. Watts,son of Mr. and
Green said the one Womack. The Womack Corine Colbert. Route 3, Mrs. Barry O. Watts of
Kelli Jo Schmitt Celebrates. story frame house on SR229was family have moved in with Starke, recently completed Lawtey, recently completed
I a total loss and only a few 'a Mrs. Womack's aunts Miss training as an armor training as an armor
10th Birthday Oct. 8 home furnishings were saved. ) y.4s Lillian Stump and Mrs. J.W. crewman under the One crewman under the One ,".
Determination of how the Griffin until their new home is Station Unit Training (OSUT) Station Unit Training (OSUT) ;
were hung around' the plat second fire started has yet to finished in Country Club Program at Ft. Knox, Ky. Program at Ft. Knox KY.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sch- form and photos of Kelli's past be made said Green. A fire Estates OSUT is a 13-week period OSUT is a 13-week period >ut'I
mitt entertained Saturday birthdays were displayed.The marshall! was called to check which combines basic combat which combines basic combat 11
Oct. 8, at their home with a refreshment table was the site Wednesday, Green Mr. and Mrs. ED. Tenly, training with advanced In- training with advanced in'I
party for their daughter, Kelli covered with a pink cloth and said Sr spent Aug. 30 to Oct. 3 dividual training. dividual training. 1; [
Jo, on her 10th birthday.The centered with an "Angel- No one was injured in the vacationing in West Jeffersonand During the training, During the training,
party carried out the Love" centerpiece. fire. Insurance agents have Maggie Valley, N.C. and students learn the duties of a students learn the duties of a 1
"Angel-Love" motif in the Games were played and not completed an estimate of Tennessee. They also visited tank crewman, including the tank crewman including the "
colors of pink and white. The cake, punch and ice cream damages, Green added a4'Atr a I Mr. and Mrs. W.R. Morse in firing of the tank's armamentand firing of the tank's armament j
gifts were placed on a platform were enjoyed by the 30 guests. -- '- Fancy Gap, Va. small weapons. They also and small weapons. They also '
centered with a chair for The evening was topped off JtMdLw 2 Local Winners At Boys receive insturction in field receive instruction in field t
the honoree. Pink streamersand with a slumber party for Kelli Mrs. J.H. Fields and Mrs. radio operations map readmgand radio operations, map reading
pink birthday balloons and eight of her girl friends. Show Herbert Green of Starke and tank maintenance and and tank maintenance. and
Ranch Horse .
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore F. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fieldsof repair. repair.
Shrine Club Greenly of Pittsburg, Pa. are Local winners at the Boys Ranch 20th Anniversary horse show Jacksonville attended the Pvt. Colbert entered the Pvt. Watts entered the .r
visiting their son and held at the Ranch near Live Oak last'weekend were Lisa Carter funeral of Mrs. Fields' Army in June of this year. Army in June of this year. He
Held Dance //Jo..K-w daughter-in-law,Mr. and Mrs. (Small-Fry Boys Class) of the Bradford Roping Club and Jeffrey brother-in-law, Robert E. The private is a 1977 is a 1977 graduate of Bradford ;
Gerald Greenly in Lawtey for demons (Small-Fry Boys Class) of the Bradford Roping Tanner in Baldwin Monday graduate of Bradford High County High School [
Saturday NightThe Mrs. EW Hayes visited three weeks. Club. Clemons tied for the overall high point trophy and both afternoon. School. \
Mr. and Mrs. L.A. Weekly in winners will receive one. HORSES AND KIDS 1.
Ocala over the weekend. Drew Barry of Birmingham Over 2,000 guests attended the celebration. Mrs. WJ Frick is home
Starke Shrine Club had Southern College, Ala. was after undergoing surgery Horses and kids go together. Last year's program included "
its annual dance Saturday Mr. and Mrs. home for the weekend. Monday of last week in North Monday night at 7:30: p.m. will a successful tour of BoBett
George
; / be the first of the Horse Farms and horse
night at the Woman's Club. Huggins returned last Friday bJ'/joJ now. Florida Regional Hospital. meeting a
year for the Bradford County health clinic. For an active
A silver and blue color from two weeks tour to the Susan and Sandra hill spent 4-H Horse Club at the County youth horse club, come
theme was carried out in the Smoky Mountains Grand Ole Mrs. M.A. Garcia (Peggy Charney Williams and
the weekend with Kelli Jo Sch- Agricultural Building on Monday night and bring your
decorations. Opry, Charleston S.C. and mitt. The girls are school Caldwell)) of Camarillo, Calif. Charlie Braswell were on a FOR SALE: All kinds of North 301.Highlights. parents!
Music was provided by the points of interest in the North- mates of Kelli's at the Florida is visiting her mother, Mrs. business trip to Cali, office home and school sup- of the meetingwill For further information call
John Jehnek orchestra from east. School for the deaf in St. Lila Caldwell and family for Columbia South America lies. Come by The Office be the election of officers 964-6280, ext. 229. 4-H is open
Jacksonville. Augustine.Mrs. three weeks. Sunday to Thursday. Shop or phone 961.5764 for and setting programs and to all 3rd 12th graders
Mr. and Mrs. James H. service. activities for the entire year.3&:1Y without regard to race, color,
SHAW' REUNIONThe Cash and family of Orlando WE. Warwick and Mrs. C.A. Knight and Mrs sex or national origin.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.
Shaw family will hold a spent the weekend with her son, Chan of East Palatka C.N. Christy spent the :
family reunion Sunday, Oct. parents, Sen. and Mrs. spent the weekend with her weekend at Longboat Key. IIIIIIIITIG I *v \
16, at the Community Baptist Charley Johns. mother, Mrs. Sarah Fulghamand :
Church in Fairbanks, near sister, Mrs. Charles Sch Mr. and Mrs. Ogden Batesof ,iimiiimmi"I I I ;
Gainesville on SR-225. Mr. and Mrs. A.J. Eaves mitt Jacksonville were weekend iiiiiin 1111111.' ,
A business meeting will be were vacationing in San guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robbie
held at 11 a.m. followed by Antonio, Texas and other Larry Williams celebratedhis Shaller. FABRIC SHOPS
lunch. points of interest in Texas last birthday at a dinner party t a 1
week. Friday night,Sept 30 given by Dr. and Mrs. H.G. Bellinger \
DUPLICATE BRIDGE his parents Mr. and Mrs. spent Sunday to Wednesday of
CLUB RESULTSEva Airman and Mrs. Gary Edwin Williams. Six friends last week with their soninlawand
Mathewson and Jeff Bakken of Chanute AFB. Ill, helped Larry celebrate the daughter, Mr. and Mrs
Wrenshall were the winning are home on two weeks leave occasion. Jan Douglas in Hattiesburg,
double
couple at Duplicate Bridge before being transferred to Miss.
Tuesday night Rhea Johnson Seymour Johnson AFB, N.C. Cindy Ann Montford of
and Marie Dent were second, Starke, a sophomore of
Ann Hamilton and Ida Shaw Mr. and Mrs. SG Denmarkand Florida Southern College, FLORIDA ...
were third. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Lakeland, has pledged Alpha I
Hardy attended the Delta Pi social sorority during THEATREStarke
Association of Community the annual fall rush. A 1976 r
Colleges Trustees conventionin graduate of Key West High
.ZYdYJ.r.OW Vancouver, British School she is majoring in 964.5451 YARN DYE {
Columbia from Oct. 1-9 and ,business She is .
management. Fri Sat Sun .. :I "
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Depuly.Dotl! ) Denton was In'. Seattle Wash.;'' Victoria and .,''lIer1Montford. .. of Rt. 2. Box. : \
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Mr and Mrs. Mac Baldwin .
with the Florida Automobile \ 'b.. J ri
Dealors spent Sunday to
Wednesday at Disney World LESS

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week ford include County: from Hospital Starke this- in the ruAMODirr MARLO Henna CHARLES rusurn: \\ESJt.S c

Mrs. Ellen Ricks, Gerald Rennaisance SachetCOORDINATES
Thigpen, James Lovett, THOMAS GRODIN .
George Prevatt, Mrs Reg. =3'= '
Phoebee Bakken and Mrs. "TfflEvES" '
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Majorie Harris from Hampton I electric bills year
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Debra Wade from Keystone after year, you conserve save 2500SHEATH save 250/0

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Norman and sons visited Mr. OF ALL THE GE PRINTS ROBE FLEECE LINING GINGHAMCHECKS
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Mrs. Florence Eggers in
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w as only by accident they awake until his torn to per The title of head of the group The 'Traopton's were L Lr
came to Starke five years ago form and Own got down from belongs to Cecil Frampton especially pleased te be' t' t
said Gleoda Frampton. the stage and lay down on the who started the whole idea singing in Starke last Sunday'.
mother of Jour of the gospel bleachers and went to sleep with a few instnunenti 11 October' at Calvary Baptist
-' singing Framptoo Family. Bradford Middle Schoolsixth years ago. .
Church: the church they
Originally tram Maryland. grader Bobby is aa old!
consider' : home.
Mrs Framptsn said while. band at performing and is The group performs mainly
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living California the family very poised. Bobby who is 11years ;in ctaurcbes and: auditorium The whole church: vibrated
became interested: in movingto old sings tenor aDd has throughout Florida and south with Framptoa music.
Florida and had made written a song that he does Georgia but did have a radio Everyone in the congregation
arrangements to buy a homein solo program called Camp seemed to enjoy the music
Green Cove Springs MlTiea Organist Eddie is busy Meeting"* in California: fire tJ
plans to buy that home fell during the week as a shipping days a week. Mrs. Framptoa said their'
(through they stopped in clerk at Cadillac Manufacturing gospel music bas helped them I In
Starke, took an immediate in Starke. As a group they have made over the bad times that any
liking to their home on For- Jim who play both guitar one long play album, called tamely has and credits: music h+,
syth road and deeded this washere and trumpet. works for appropriately enough, "TheFrampton with keeping the family as
they wanted to live. Sc tty'l in Gainesville. Jim Family. The dose as they are to each
Always religious and churchgoers wife SibeUa Dobbs Frampton record is not CD the market other. And besides it' isfun. a }
r Mrs. Frampton said the has lived all her life in Starke. but is available from family said Mrs. Framptxra. X, tb4

a family became interested: in Sheila who works at members when they\ perform.The ;
: gospel music when the oldest Community State Bank makes family would like to make Rewards other than
1 ran Stuart, studying to be a some of the outfits that are another album in the future monetary is what gospel
J minister in California, was 13 worn by the group and also Mrs. Frampton: said. music means to them Mrs., n
and anted to join a youth sings lead on some of the Frampton said. Recently
group Alter discussion they arrangements.Mrs. While\ they: perform mostly invited: to Join the Southeast
asked if be would rather playan Frampton who also gospel music with -Lord I Gospel Music Association, a ,
instrucrjent than join this sings lead makes the booking Need You Again Today" a Christian group. Mrs.
A Framptoa family pur-trait, bark: Eddie. DUBo :. with group Mrs Frampton arrangements for the group family favorite they have Frampton said being
father Cecil.Bibbv"",, it aDd.lun.iotJaud! I are Jofcimt. &. Olrnda I laughed as she remembers the and works nights at theGeneral added-One Day At A Time." recognized as Christians [
and cl"'la, one musical instrument Electric plant in a popular song, to the numbers rather than as musicians
turned out to be three amplifiers Hague. they aims meant more to them. Y
\ a bass guitar and a _. _
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1 iI i The family has grown andso
i I have the number of instruments _
Son Eddie says be
\ 1/// has been teased by people who TOOT year old Johnny Framploa sing a solo while brother
have seen hum pAil). Thinking Bobby 11. and fath<<. Cecil look on.
his name is Hammond after
the name on the front of the yP r r. t ny
Hammond Organ. Haunted House Oct. 31
While\ all the adult members
of the family haw weekday

weekends jobs they all to get perform together on in At Scout Hut On Pratt St.The .

WAKE UP TO WARMTH WitH churches and auditoriums.

.: --- Traveling now is in small Junior Women's Club of
,.,- Greyhound bus as they load Starte will be having its
: all the equipment plus Mrs. annual HAUNTED HOUSE
Ib Anna Frampton, a spry lady Monday evening. October
L:... CtNnu RUT 6 AIRr I in her';'O'S"bo never misses a 31st. from the hours of 6:30 to .
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"f.: ..,. ]i Gonrpfetefr, chance to hear them sing. 9pm. .
Youngest member of the The Club will be hauntingthe
Si6rO! family 'o-'ear-old Danny Boy Scout Building at the
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has not joined'! the group yet, Pratt Street Playground\ and
but if he follows in his older would like have
_.17. (-:::.::.".=" brothers footsteps it won't. belong say everyone they come down and to visit

; k 6 with them on Halloween the _
124 HOUR : ==- =- I Four year old Johnny 15a t night d ghosts and goblins. t
bashful ben he
little w is center
Admission will be 25 cent each 4
stage Recently while per and they will be havirg a
SAWYER forming in Perry. Mrs
cow ITIONING INC Jack O-Lantern contest for
....AM ...., rp.rr.STARKE Framptun said they drew alL 1
numbers for times to performand
;,? 96.,7701 IlUCMIU.._nuawwrau scheduled for
.. they were [ "So kids, bring your best ----
if. ; ,. r.i.opp 11 30 Ii m and as Johnny --I carved Jack-OLantern down the evening were Kitten Hull
--.....:.; -'" ;- .. began: to grow sleepy members ., .... -... ..-- 3. -- and enter it in the contest thatis and Joan Hall.
q < )::' .' .- of the audience would tell Glenda Framplan aIMS daBgbler-ia-law Sheila and ton Jim tug and accompany themselves at if you're not too scared of It was voted by the members -
him they were. waiting to bear Calvary Baptist Church. what you will find at the to sell calendars for the
his solo. He managed to stay HAUNTED:-; HOUSE. Besides, Bl'MR Association and to
we will be giving away some provide orange juice for the
Nostalgia Festival In GVille MallThe pretty nice prizes for the best TMR's at Bradford Middle
JackO-Lanterns." said club School.

Second annual gone years,such as comic art. members. The next executive board
Carryhaulcars Nostalgia Festival begins records, sports political: Prospective members of the will meet November; 7. at 7:30:
today at the Gainesville Mall advertising, toys, military. Jr Women's Club were in- Halle home of Mrs
Robert
and will continue through dolls, bottles, postcards and troduced at the Regular] 308 S. EppersonSt
Saturday. Oct 13. movie memorabilia. meeting held on Monday Oct Starke and the regular
The festival features The festival is sponsored by 10. They are Elizabeth meeting d the Jr's. will meet
financed collectors who wilt display; the North Florida Nostalgia Yo mints, Noella\ Owen, and November N. at 7:30: p.m. at
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METHODIST; YOUTH Obituaries 516, Set Record At Sunday School At Pine Level Baptist Ci I


ACTIVITIES. . YOUDirector Denton BOB TANNER 77 Mrs Anna Ferguson of Bath, Sunday, October 9, the Pine celebration of Pastor Roman feet wide and was made In the Glen St. Mary t iI
l Funeral services for R.E. Maine; one brother, Thomas Level Baptist Church had a Alvarez as a minister of the likeness of the entire area of Geneva.
Strikes,Spares The tired and hungry group (Bob) Tanner, 77, of 40 Mill Mersereau of Starke. and three record attendance in Sunday gospel. Rev. Alvarez was the church. Included on the Nine people receivt '
&Splits finished off the evening with a Street, Baldwin, were held granddaughters.Funeral School with 516 present, going honored in the service with a cake were all the buildings, as Saviour during the
Ten pins were flying all over dinner of french fries, cokes Monday afternoon, Oct. 10, in services were held. over their goal of 500. beautiful plaque and a the trees, the fences, etc., as Pastor Alvarez an
at the Cecil Field and hamburgers.The the chapel of Fraser Funeral Saturday, October 8, from the The attendance by depart- handsome attache case. Rev. well as the church buses. The church extend an invitat .1 I
Bowling Lane last Sunday Pot of Gold 'Home in Macclenny with Rev. graveside in Kingsley Lake ments was: Nursery 19, Alvarez and his wife were cake was made and decoratedby all to visit with them in v $;
afternoon, as 23 youth and six Under the direction of Mrs. James Rigdon officiating. Cemetery with Dr. Jack Hand Beginners 84, Primary 116, presented a beautiful set of four ladies of the church services. A special invitaiis ;
counselors of the Vouin Francey Newland, the youth Burial was in Brandy officiating DeWitt C. Jones Junior High 37, Young People silverware by the church. and was very beautiful. given to study the Book I
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Fellowship enjoyed an after. have begun work on a room at Branch Cemetery north of Funeral Home was chargeof 56.and Pastor's Class 204. Of At the close of the service There were many visitors Revelation in the Auditoriui JOjI
noon of fellowship and the First United Methodist Baldwin in Nassau County.; arrangements. these 516 in Sunday School, 191 everyone was invited to see present in the service. Out of Class taught by the pastor or. '
bowling. Church, which will serve as a Survivors include his wifej came in on buses. and enjoy Florida's largest town guests included families Sunday morning at 10 a.m. Tt'
The group journied to place for worship, study and Mrs. Emma P. Mrs. Maggie Murphey Last Sunday also markedthe anniversary cake. The cake from Milliard Orlando Ft The church is located 3'a' 1,
Jacksonville with Don Har- recreation.The Baldwin; two sons: Robert E. Mrs. Maggie S Murphey, 20th anniversary was eight feet long and four Myers, Cocoa Lake Butler, miles west of Starke on SR-
denbrook piloting the youth room is appropriatelynamed Tanner Jr., Jacksonville; Dr. 91, of Lawtey died Friday. 100. 'j
bus "The Pot of Gold" as Edward Tanner, Bublin, Ga.
; the Starke
October 7, in
1.1 The highest scoring team the youth gathered last a sister, Mrs. Lyda Brown, Nursing Home following a Missionary To Speak Sunday At Pine Level .. .
was manned by Kenny Monday and Thursday Baldwin; his stepmother, long illness.
Stephens, Scott Polk, Mike evenings with paint and Mrs. Florrie E. Tanner, and 6 Born in Tennessee, April 3, Reverend Bill Smith graduate of the Bible Baptist the last lour years ministering been made during the past
Whiffen, Chuck Williams and brushes in' hand. A gigantic grandchildren. Mr. Tannerwas 1886, Mrs. Murphey moved to missionary to the country of Seminary in Arlington, Texas. in Urjiil along with his wife, four years in Brazil .
Mr. Glen Polk. rainbow is being painted the brother-in-law of Mrs. Lawtey four years ago. She Brazil,South America will be Upon graduation Smith Sharon. They are now homeon The service will begin al 7
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Highest individual scorer. around the walls and ceiling."I J.H. Fields of Starke. was a member of the Presby- speaking and showing slides traveled throughout the states furlough for one year and p.m. The public is cordially
was Kevin Miller with Jay do set my bow In the, terian faith.Survivors. Sunday evening, October 16, speaking in churches to will be traveling across the invited to attend! says Kev. j
Eaves running a close second. cloud, and it shall be for a Mrs.Melva C.Spencer include one son, at the Pine Level Baptist present his field of service. United States visiting their Roman Alvarez, pastor of the '.. !
Jason Polk and Vickie token of a covenant betweenme Reverend Smith has church ;
Carverwon Mrs. Melva C. Spencer, 60, J.T. Murphey of Lawtey. Church. spent supporting churches to inform '
a free game each by and the earth. (Genesis of Rt. 8, Box 397, Leesburg, Funeral services were held Reverend Smith is a 1972 them of the progress that has I. f
scoring a strike with a red 9:13)Obituaries: ) .
Fla. died Thursday, Sep- Monday October 10, in 1
head"", ,. pin. tember 29, at her residence. Somerville, Tennessee with
Born in Starke, Mrs. burial in Oakland Cemetery. National Youth Week Observed By Church Of God 11
I Spencer moved to Leesburg DeWitt C?, Jones Funeral t
three years ago from Home of Starke was in chargeof The youth department of the by Steve wynn. Daniel Martin jecls through t the v ear. One of Blaine Dyal.Theservice.
Albuquerque, New Mexico !local arrangements. Starke Church of God was in played a solo on the piano and which they raised over Si.too 1 was topped w ith i ia
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Mrs. Nlta Ward Lewis LeRoach and Mrs. Callie wher she had lived for many complete charge of the ser several of the youth gave their to help build a Bible School in sermonc-lte hv :Mrs Odom j
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Mrs Nita Ward Lewis died Howard of Crescent,Ga., Mrs. years. ;;:<;:::<::::::::::::::.::::::::::::::::::"::'::V-:::::':::: ::::::: ;: vices Sunday, Oct. 9, as the testimoney Seoul. Korea They also entitled "Little Much:\ When i,
formerly of Starke Alma Rigdon and Mrs Mary Mrs. Spencer was a school church observed National placed second in the state in God! Is In It"
Sunday, September 18, in a Ella Watterson of Starke and teacher and was teaching at |j 1 Cord Of Thanks 1 Youth Day.Morning Mrs In the Odom recognition !>service their category. The evening? service .f..
Fort Myers hospital followinga Mrs.Joyce Barton of Santa Fe recognized 1,
Mascotte Elementary Schoolat featured the youth and .1
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lengthy illness. Lake; her step mother, Mrs. the time of her death. She ::) :::::: :: ::::;:;::::::: ;: ::r.:::::::::::::::::::::::::: ducted by youth services leader were, Mrs con- several displayed of the various youth who talents had :Mrs"Youth Odom Sweetheart also recognizedthe Miss special speaker I from Paltaka. r

Daughter of the late W.C. Louise Ward of Starke and 15 was a member of the Lake Leon Odom and assistant the She Brenda and commendedher Rev. M .K (Drake. church
through com- May
Ward of Starke, Mrs. Lewis is grandchildren and three great County Teachers Association. We are sincerely grateful to Farlin McClellan mended them year.for their faith for a splendid job. pastor invites the public to
survived by five sons; Don grandchildren. Survivors include her husband friends and neighbors for their The youth choir assembledas ""rhipllh their youth on
fulness to the Church and to Ushers for the service were
and Michael of Crescent, Funeral and burial was in Erie M. Spencer, many kind acts of sympathy Mrs. Odom sang "God God. She thanked the youth Paul McKinney Jimmy \\wlnosd.1)! nights! at 7t0:: p mat .
Georgia David and Timothyof Crescent Cemetery in Leesburg; two daughters, during our sad bereavement.Our Bless Our Youth." The youth for the success of various pro- Jovner Daniel !Martin and 422 :N..; M flair St.
and W.R. Lewisof Crescent, Ga.
Ft. Myers September 21, Miss Pamela..Spencer, Lees- appreciation cannot be rendered several hymns led 1
California; two brothers: under the director of a Ft. burg, and Mrs. Monica S. adequately expressed.
Jack Ward of Crescent, Ga., Myers funeral home. Seals, Satellite Beach; one The family oCFloydE.King 1.
and Robert Ward of Starke; brother, Nick Crosby, It has been estimated that the Great Salt Lake in Utah The woidd's largest ocean, the Pacific covers one-third of
five sisters: Mrs. Ethel Mrs. Ethel McRae Hawthorne; one sister, Mrs. contains 400 millions tons of common salt. the earth. I
Dorothy S. Conner, Lady

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died Monday, October 10, in three grandchildren.
Sing SaturdayAt STAY FREE MISS BRECK
Bradford County Hospital Funeral services were held .

Bayless BaptistThe following a lingering illness. Saturday Page-Theus, October Funeral I1 at Home the LISTERIHEMOUTHWASH MAXI PADS SHAMPOO HAIR SPRAY

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Church this Saturday night, and Avon representative anda of Starke died Thursday, +.. \ \
Oct. 15 beginning at 7:30: p.m. member of the First Presbyterian October 6, at his home : .r SAVE 505s SAVE :305
Everyone is invited to attend Church following a sudden illness. SAVE 405 ; sa; j .. \, .
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Survivors include her husband 21, 1906, Mr. Mersereau had
Barney E. McRae, Sr. lived in the Starke area for the
J. Monroe Miss. of Starke; one son Dr. BarneyE. past 50 years. Mr. Mersereauwas TYLENOLTABLETS COLGATEINSTANT \
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Wednesday October 12, in the Texas Mrs. Florence Silcox, \ I
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Rev.attend church M\ E.the invites Drake services the pastor publicto at 11 .DeWitt Dr Charles Jack C.Schwartz G, Hand officiating.and Rev Mary Ragsdale. of Tampa and SHOWER DM TM TALC 1AVI TO MC SHOWER. 1.39 ;MANPOWER;i STICK :88C-SCHICK0BLADEST: S".3OC- 39e\ IOO I FFfRIN. TABLETS..., 1.39

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A search for a friendly Heights Cemetery under the EPISCOPAL CHURCH
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Clair St. Funeral Home In lieu of a.m. Holy Eucharist 9:45:
flowers donations may be a.m. Church School, 11:00
made to the First Presby- a.m. Holy Eucharist.
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!X1i1.! Brooker Water Improvement Suggestions Would Raise .Costs Over $5 Per



lJ Engineer Jerome Kelley of be eligible for a Farmers The council approved a Pierce's 'home one extension fires, one a vehicle and fire that
total loss, assistedat
Sverdrup and Parcel returnedto Home Administration grant or maximum of $1,500 to be bid was approved to the station.An was residence a fire at t the home
motion by a
the Brooker council Tues loan. Money borrowed for for a police car at an auctionto original in
day October 11, with three alternate three from a private be held by the Gainesville councilman Steve Nipper for of Jimmy Cason Pieice Worthington -
preliminary estimates to source would have to be paid Police Department later this both phones died for the lack Springs.delivered about said
improve the town's water back at a higher interest rate month. Marshal Kenneth of a second. A second motionby Brooker 4,000
( system that would add from than from FmHA. Twiss said he will Inspect the C.J. Stalnaker for one gallons Brooker of water attorney in two Jesse trips.
I .. almost $5 to over $6 a month cars offered. extension passed unanimously. -
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of
v at the request the
1 for Install- Wolbert
will be $39
already Cost
said FmHA has
Kelley
increase in rates for the 103
will write the Public
I II customers on the service.. given approval for Twiss said he had $1,500 in ation and $3 a month. Pierce would Service council Commission to checkon
residents
wil said Brooker
and Brooker is eli-
( application his budget and if he gets a car fire calls the possibility of both
for
Brooker customers gible for a 50 percent grant below that figure he would like still call Starke and
/ hall non-
town emergency
currently pay a $3 minimumrate. not including interest payment permission to buy a double After installation the both calls from
in emergency
at 5 for 40 number will ring
,I percent years. rotating light and siren. Brooker to Starke becominglocal
Council agreed to issuing a places.
Brooker rather than long
Kelly presented three estimates Fire hydrants would have to check for 10 percent of the bid Pierce reported the two distance.DIANE'S .
to
for an elevated tank be purchased separately and price but advised holding off volunteers responded
rI Total construction costs for a would be $800 each, said on other purchases until a car - .A::,
I loo.ooo() gallon tank that would Kelley. is secured.
serve 670 people or the estimated -
population of Brookerin Kelley suggested the councilset Council members told clerk BEAUTY SHOP
/uz the year 2,000 would be up a work session with the Eva Clark if a price of $19
$166,500. The project cost if a state Department of Agriculture each for 15 24x24 stop signs
75,000 gallon elevated tank is about sharing the cost of quoted by Alachua County included Vtslcomes Back
used would be $154,500, and the project for water used at the post to go ahead
JUNIOR MIDGET CHEERLEADERS $146,000 if a 50,000 gallon elevated the state Farmers Market. and place an order. Mrs.
The Starke junior midget cheerleaders are: Front row ((1-r). Tina Bowen Kathy Morrow, tank is used. Added Clark said these would arrive GLENDA EPPSFor
Rhonda Sapp. In the middle is Tiffany Little. Hack row: Ava liarrosse. Lisa Dukes Larl Ann monthly cost would be $6.38 After contact is made with after the first of the year.
Johns, Melissa Burned, Cheryl \\illingham. Team mothers (not pictured) are Janice Johns and for the 100,000()( gallon tank, state officials a special Other prices quoted were$423
Margie Dukes. $6.03 for the 75,000() gallon tank meeting can be called, said from the City of Gainesville.The 2 Weeks Only :
and $5.78 for the 50,000 gallon acting mayor George Pierce.In city of Starke did not havea
tank. firm price and could not de-
A ground storage tank other business the council liver for two or three months, Glenda Will Offer A 300 DiscountOn
I Something To Cheer About similar to one in Lawtey unanimously awarded a one said Mrs. Clark.
would have a total project cost year contract to Paul Prescottto Cuts. Shop Will OfferA
of $137,000, said Kelley.. read, turn off and on and In other business Pierce told All! Style
Alternative number two would install water meters for the council members he and Otis Or
Perms
increase monthly costs to town. Tetstone, who was not present '500 Discount On All

: customers by $7.78. wanted to make
u r i recommendations for four
; Alternative three, repair Prescott had the low bid of new street lights, one relocation Frostings_
I ? and replace existing system, $70 per month for the service. and some tree trimming. ------- -------------------
Mr f was called a "bare bones" Other bids were Charles The clerk was asked to con- R? KEN.. RETAIL CENTER
t proposal by Kelley. Total pro Castlen, $70 per month for tact Clay Electric for a cost. ---------------------
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ject cost would be about reading and service plus $25
1 $35,000 and add $4.91 to a per meter installation, After debate about the DIANE'S BEAUTY SHOP
customer's bill per month. Tommy Raulerson $95 a merits of having a telephone
Kelley told council memo month and Raiford Testone, extension to the fire station 138 N. Water St. -Starke 964.8502
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The COUNCIL Starke besides other prizes. ..... .-.: -. :;,;;., '-ii' LAwOc&.TI3'U'l7E -
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is scheduled to meet on homemade articles ..... ,I
Tuesday evening October 18, many more happy years IIAMPTON LAKE knickknacks jams jellies or CHURCH ACTIVITIES Mrs. Eiletbrotherinla. f
at 8:00 p.m. in the City Hall. together! Mark Hodges and his sister candies will be appreciated as by Elizabeth Terry ., and her ,
CHURCH Phone 782-3300
Anyone concerned about city Mr. and Mrs. Joe B. Oliver Mrs. Kim Morgan, enjoyedtheir well as pies and cakes. School 10 OF GOD: Sunday Jacksonville nnie of ,

affairs or having constructive will be celebrating their joint birthday Volunteer help also will be Services 11 am.; Worship Next meeting will be at the Whaley opened her lovely dinner guests otjunday
suggestions to contribute Is Golden Wedding Anniversary celebration at-the' home of welcomed. Mrs. Jolene Prayer a.m. and 7 p.m.; church Oct. 18th with Mrs. gifts. They served cake and Mr. and Mrs. Giarents, .I
welcome to attend. on October 22. We hope they their parents, Mr.. and Mrs. Friese carnival chairmancan 7:30: Meeting Wednesday at George Hand and Mrs. Perry punch for refreshments Mrs. Joyce FutcKelW-: 'i
SENIOR CITIZENSThe will enjoy a wonderful day E.W. Hodges[ on October 9. be reached at 468-1848 for p.m.; YPE Friday 7:30 Kemp as hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. O.J. Boyetteand shear Ga., visited'lack-
Hampton Senior with all their relatives and Mark's birthday was on Information.Mrs. p.m.EVERGREEN Four of the Methodist Men's family visited friends in Mrs. Fred Moore on and j
Citizens Club enjoyed an In- friends who plan to be on hand September 29 and Kim's cameon Jean Clark ap- Sunday BAPTIST: Club Members spent the Valdosta Ga., on Saturday. morning. lay
teresting meeting on October for this important event. October 11. preciates the help of the School 10 a.m. ; weekend in Leesburg at the Misses Laura and Cecelia Friends of Mrs. L* Ii
7 with 20 enthusiastic citizens Mr and Mrs. John X. Allen Mrs. Viola Lefebvre is Worship Services 11 a.m. and7pm Chamberlin Sunday Futch this .J+
following volunteer helpers in Lay Retreat One of the main were. regret to learn
attending. Their next meeting returned home recently enjoying the visit of her sister her first grade classroom: ; Training Union 6 p.m; speakers there was Paul dinner guests of their brother- is a patient in St. Vinci \
is scheduled for October 21 following two weeks and brother-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Michelle Parker Mrs Prayer. Meeting Wednesday at Anderson the World's in-law and sister Mr. and Hospital, Jacksonville. O\ .
7p m.The
from 2\JO:\ )until 4:00 p.m. in the vacationing accompanied by Mrs. Otis Leach from Wanda Tidwell and Mrs church Strongest Man.. It was a week- Mrs. Bruce Hartman of prayers are with her. .
Mr. and Mrs. Fran Williams their
City Hall. Owensboro gave Mandarin.Mr. Mrs. Darlene
Kentucky. Norman
Linda Phelps. Mrs. Parker end of singing preaching and and
4-11 Since Mrs. Allen and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Paul pastor, Rev. Leonard Melton .and Mrs. Waldo Pringleof
Meng also assists with the Physical uplift... Hermie Kelly sons. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd)
The 4-H Club Williams are sisters the auto returned home a surprise Anniversary Party Vernon Worthington Springs visited Norman and '
Hampton Sunday Education program. for their 3rd Olm Mike Oglesby son, Mr. and
meeting was held at Hampton trip was especially enjoyable.The following a week's visit with periodically. the Church. Anniversary at and Rev. Will Wright were their sister Mrs. Pierce Mrs. Carl Norman and sons
Elementary School the autumn coloring around relativesand friends in and New students welcomed at large cake and They served a there in attendance. Crews on Wedesday after Mr. and Mrs. Frederick i
evening of October 10. Moultenborro New Hampshire around Toledo Ohio. the school recently were: freshments. punch for re- Sunday Oct. 16th the church noon. Prescott Mr. and Mrs. Elisha ,.
President Gene Joyner was gorgeous. They Mrs. Mary Overholser Is Melissa Rhame, In the 5th FAITH BAPTIST will celebrate their 89th An- Mrs. Joyce Futch of Black- Carter and children of Middle-
presided at the meeting at enjoyed a tour around White enjoying the lovely weather at grade, her sister Frankie In : Radio niversary with its Annual shear Ga. was a Thursday burg and Mr. and Mrs. Leon
Mountain and Mt. program on WPXE 8
tended by approximately 30 Washingtonand her home here after an In- the 3rd grade and brother Sunday. Bible School am. Homecoming and dinner on dinner guest of her sister Barry and family of White-
members. Among leaders spent two days in the. teresting trip to Northern John a first grader. David Worship Services 10 a.m'l the ground. The speaker will Miss Elizabeth Terry. house,gathered at the home of \
attending were Mr. Bill Stone train Boston area.between The commuter and Canada. She accompanied her Cooper recently joined the 6th 6:30: p.m.; Prayer 11 a.m and be their new pastor Rev. Will Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Bach of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Nor- .
Mr. and Mrs. Royce Joyner trip Quincy sister, Mrs. Elizabeth Turnerof grade class. We hope they likeit Wednesday at 6:30 Meeting Wright Beaufort S.C. were weekend man to celebrate Mrs. Sara 1
and Mr. and Mrs. Randy Boston was Interesting. They Cincinnati on a conductedtour here. FIRST BAPTIST: p.m. HIGHLAND BAPTIST: guests of their mother Mrs. Norman's birthday on Sun ;,
took the Drive In CHURCH
Skyline
Joyner who were accompanied which included the Teachers are conducting a Sunday School 9:45 : Sunday School 10 a.m.; Daisy Boch and grandmother day.Mr. ,
by their three Pennsylvania, Virginia and Planning October : a m. ; Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson Other and Mrs. Lonnie Teston
West Mackinac Straits. They Day on 21, Worship Services 11 and Worship Services 11 a.m. and i
month old son who received an Virginia that scenic and appreciated traveled by bus, boat plane so parents and students may 7:30: p.m.; Training a.m.Union at 7 p.m'i Prayer Meeting guests were Mr and Mrs. spent the weekend with their '.
early introduction to 4-H Their trip. and train and enjoyed every also plan for students to be 6:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting at Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. Robert Smith and family for mother Mrs. Wordie Melton I
families and the Dan ;
activities. Following the brief Johnson's bit of the trip.The fall folliagewas home that day.MONDAYS 7:30: p.m.on Wednesday night. LAURA BAPTIST: Sunday dinner on Sunday. and family of Ocoee. Their s smother
are .
now enjoyingthe
meeting a Halloween Partywas School Ronnie Chamberlin made had just come out of
visit of Mr. and Mrs. Don especially beautiful in Meat Sauce with GRACE UNITED 10 a.m.; Worship \
given for members by Johnson of Orangevale, Canada. Spaghatti, Greek Salad Apple METHODIST: Sunday School Services 11 a.m. and 7:30: the Navy All Star Football the hospital on Thursday and (:
their leaders when games California Before returning home Mrs. Sauce, Cookie.French Bread 9:45: a.m.; Worship Services pm. ; Prayer Meeting team as defensive end and is in fair condition. f
were played and a hayridewas Overholser visited her son Milk. 11 am and 7:30 Choir Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. they are playing in Honolulu Mrs. Bettie ,Knight and "
enjoyed. Refreshmentswere Mr and Mrs. Wallace Mr. and Mrs William TUESDAY: Hamburger on Practice at 7 p.m.; and NOHTHSIDE BAPTIST: Hawaii at the present time. daughter Dena and son Scott I
served by Mrs. Carolyn Collins visited their son, Overholser and family in Bun Lettuce, Tomato, Pickle, Methodist Youth p.m.Fellowshipat ; Sunday School 10 a.m.; Beau Raulerson a college of Jacksonville spent Sunday
Joyner. Something special is Steven Earnest on a recent Morrisville Indiana. French Fries, Corn, Pear 7:30: p.m. on Wednesday. Worship Services 11 a.m. and freshman in Tampa, stoppedby afternoon with their grand--
planned for all 4-Her s at the weekend. Steven is working HAMPTON ELEMENTARY Half, Milk. United Methodist Women 7 p.m.i: Prayer Meeting for a short visit with the mother, Mrs. Truby Wain- i,
'
next meeting which is hard but enjoying his football SCHOOL WEDNESDAY: Fish met at the church Oct. 4th at Wednesday at 7 p.m. Jim Chamberlin's on wright.
scheduled for November 7 at scholarship days at Plans are being made for Portion Grits, Cole Slaw 10 a.m. with 13 members ST. JOHN'S MISSIONARY Saturday Dana Wilkison daughter of
7:30: p.m. at Hampton Mississippi College in Clinton the Hampton Elementary Peach Crisp, Corn Bread .. Mrs.George Roberts present Sr. BAPTIST: Sunday School 10 Mr. and Mrs. Jerri Starlingof Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Wilkison \
Elementary. SchoolCONGRATULATIONS. Wallace and Joyce stayed in School Carnival scheduled for Milk President, called the meeting a.m.; Worship Services 11 Tallahassee spent the of Jacksonville was a Thurs- t
the guest room in Steven's Saturday, October 29 at the THURSDAY: Hamburger to order. It was opened by a.m. and 3 p.m. on Second and weekend with their parents day overnight guest of her \
Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester dormitory and certainly school. Many interesting Gravy Rice Sweet Peas Mrs. Frank Coss giving the Fourth Sundays Prayer band Mr. and Mrs Charles Starling grandparents Mr. and Mrs. [
Smith celebrated their 35th enjoyed watching the football activities are being organized Fruit Cup, Biscuit Milk. devotional followed by the Monday at noon. and family their grand- Donald Wilkison She will also I
Wedding Anniversary on game when Mississippi won which will include a raffle of FRIDAY: PLANNING business meeting after which SMYRNA MISSIONARY mother Mrs. Ola Starling spend next week with them.
October 11. We wish them 24-27. $100 in trade at Winn Dixie in DAY the meeting: was adjourned. BAPTIST: Sunday School 10 and their uncle and aunt. Mr. Her parents Mr. and Mrs.
a.m.; Worship Services 11 and Mrs. Larry Norman and Wilkison came down for the

am and 7 p.m.; BTS 5:45: daughter Rhonda. day on Sunday.Mr. .
p.m.; Prayer Meeting Friends of Carl Prevatt and Mrs. Bob Kettering
Wednesday 7 p.m. regret to learn that he is a of Titusville, spent the weekend
FOODFAI patient in Bradford County with Mr. and Mrs. Ben
PERSONALS Hospital. Our prayers are McCulley.
Mr. and Mrs. Manuel with him. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Godwin
Stephens went to Richmond, Henry Hodges and sons and son of Palatka and their
R Ky., and spent Saturday with attended the Stock Car Racesat parents Mr. and Mrs. James ,
their mother Mrs. Maude Lake City on Saturday Anders also of Palatka and '
Stephens. She returned home night. their mother Mrs.OJ.Anders 1
with them and will be with Mrs. Barbara Chamberlin attended Homecoming at
them for sometime. returned home from St. Long Branch on Sunday.
Mrs. Mary Sellers of Aur- Vincent Hospital, Jackson- Mr. and Mrs. Doc Mosley
rs.i\; burndale several ville recently after surgery. visited their brother J.A.

Super Discount @ 1[r-Super DiscountPANTRY \V! PHOTO BONUS Crews.with her spent sister Mrs. Pierce days We is doing are happy fine. to know that she Mosley Hospital, on in Saturday.Mrs. Orange. Park

EASTERN RED PRIDE PECAN SPECIAL Miss Elizabeth Terry Mr. and Mrs. hieratic Kelly Mabel Boyette of y
visited Mrs. Pierce Crews in Jacksonville is spending ,
visited her sister Mrs. C.E.
DELICIOUSAPPLES CINNAMONTWIRLS Strickland, of Gainesville St. Vincents Hospital some time with her son-in-law '
Monday to Wednesday. While Jacksonville on Tuesday. and daughter. Col. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard William Wilson.
there visited
they Mrs Wood
Chesser and of Mrs. Glen Shuford
FRE Wester on Tuesday afternoon, family Sanford and
and Mrs. Strickland's were Saturday and Sunday daughter, Nancy and her
guests of their parents Mr. mother Mrs. Hester Hicks
daughter.Mrs Joe Bason and
3 LB BAG ONE and Mrs. Hubbard Harley. visited her sisters Mrs. Cora
6 PAK
son Joey on Wednesday
.... Mr. and Mrs. D.R. Brown Hodges and Mrs. Marian Hall.
: 5x7 Color morning.Mrs.. and Cynthia spent the week- and her brother-in-law and
: Daisy Boch Mrs.
II :' tS; end with his mother Mrs. Lila sister Mr. and Mrs. Leslie
Robert Smith. Mrs. Virgil
', 59C ) 3/l: Griffis and Mrs. Maines Brown of Perdido Ala., and Sweat and daughter all of

-,-- EnlargementsTSTORES! Gnffis bridal shower were hostesses at the home for of a ,Arthurine his sister Blanchard of Japan spent Miss afternoon.Glen St. Mary, on Sunday I

0 the '.
weekend with their
; ,
: 4 Mrs.. Robert Smith for their Parents of Mike'' Oglesby;
Mrs.
niece Miss Kelli Whaley of mother Lucille T. Ivey.
Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Mr. and Mrs. George Green
Starke. There were 20 ladies Kelly California are
BONELESS from Indio
met Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Estesat
A : : I present. They had a door here for a month-long visit
Mclver
.s.nA. us.u.a.SPENCERS Cinic of Jackson
MORTON -t prize and Mrs. Walter Luke ville with their soaSCHOOL
or on Tuesday for a short
mother of the won the
groom
I ...."" .. visit
CENTER CUT prize after which Miss NEWS

Saturday October 22nd
Lawtey Elementary P.T.O.
CORNED BEEFBRISKETS SIRLOINSTEAK will sponsor their annual
Halloween Carnival. The
*
99C traditional Fish Supper
$178 WarehouseOIIH'J '* featuring fried and smoked

mullet will be served begin

SAVE 40 ALB SAVE 21C A LB L* SAI_ iC ning The at Carnival 5 p.m. will include

W I.... -..".. .... ....... al.U. ........ an ". .." .Y""," ....? ......... games and prizes for children
Bargains in Meat ..................r..... .. alLACOCCO DISCOUNT.... NOME Sp.m
ON-COR ORSALISBURY COMPARE ':s:: : MN a ,t fly. GARLICNOSUCCIOLI. N" 100 W. 9M-540 Tickets for the games will
.
(TEAKS. 2 wq' be on sale at the school
DELI DEPARTMENT A's< COMPAREn BREAD Off in A *' ** .. Ft/I Of Mar M nbsdlu beginning on Tuesday. October -
LS.P.O. ......... ,
fRIIZER QUEEN urn .w *flu m FAMILY SIZE PACKAGE { Otto 18th. A note will be sent
CMAMMOIL PATTIES. Oscar Mayer Bologna 69 10' .., ... -59' lalrlav-Prlaae .
, iMt* "" cwa ... . . to all parents explaining the
PAOHETTI MEAT EALLSDINNER 99 YOIN.W' .1SI "'
Cubed Chuck Steak
Cooked Sliced Ham M" M'H" ......".... CMMI MN.ta price of the advance sale
U'Iuoe 11'' "' LAMPS ft SHAPES Assorted Sizes From 10MH'1iM. tickets.
Agars Ham Patties W Boneless Stew Beef Ewrr....L.-'- Q;,

1 II)CM_ CalifornVa'Steak's"; """" XI3' 31' .0..0..0.... HAILSAssorted Sizes MS"/ 50 Lbs. SCHOOL!MENU
art $4" kAri .. ,..
_. FISH
Discount Boneless Ham Super Discount ll" < (I rtf WH MU"INI OCT. 17-21
Super \60 ,IM m;;;SFrn.k 78' II' 21k r Ffyrr"'Com'b"o"pkgDAIRY i j' ..88 t 11' DINNERS COFFEE TABLES & End Tables 'U" 'JS" Ea. MONDAY: Chicken with
.
DANZIG BONELESS rice green lima beans,
iiM0miitM'M' LYKES DEPARTMENT. ';;':69c BATH TUBS Ea. biscuit peanut butter pears
49 10-' "= (Porcelain) $
DINNERHAMS Chipped. Meats t 'i-" I ,W......,..IMIdlMNI. t milk.
SMOKED Cottage Cheese .99 N- CARPETf M 'S" /Sq.Yard TUESDAY: Hot dog on bun.

BEEF'"" I Cream Cheese S.Se 11. ...........L.._"'.... CUOONNI mustard, ketchup baked
2 TO -* PICNICS .0..OM. .. WATER NEATER (Rheem) 2030.40 Gal.<$4"t..'S4"OEHIOHE beans cole slaw, applesauce
Atl MEAT NO FAT MO WASTE 3 LBPKG gardens Cheese Slices SP 20' FISH milk.
LIVER 6 TOLB | Boston Rockers '27' WEDNESDAY Meat loaf
) Mill*Ml till STICKS
AVC. Cheese h Spread M" with gravy, mashed potatoes

SKINNED 4 OIVEINEO WATERADDED _"_" "_W N.IU ea. 'wl. .: $I09 NEW ft USED FURNITURE green beans rolls, butter
SLICED 59 Oil Spread 89l. 10 r oa peaches, milk.TIIURSDAV.
SAVE 20C
16 H.f Wire With Ground ts'/ Ft. : Spiced ham &
cheese sandwich green peas,
i. ...."O"'L--.0 ...........L...."'.... itL : f.Q Aluminum Entrance Cable "" Ft. potato chips strawberry
L..,,, .... ....." naoe shortcal e, milk.
GRILL PORK ROLL PLASTIC .', Studs 7S' Ea. FRIDAY: Planning Day.

FRANKS SAUSAGE ri' I DISHPAN
...., 010 .... Id' Studs 70' Ea

'199- .s 79< 100Ia Civil Defense
nG UG BAR STOOLS All Wood Deluxe '!f .


-......L..r.... (w. BUNK lIDS Twin WOM Films Available f

n cowa. C HEW SOFA liD ft CHAIR '"*'
Bargains in Produce wELCws 140' 99J.' BICEO NEAYY DITTY For Showing .
GRAPE DRINK
NEAT a sEmveo CINNAMON
ntVt TIMM*..V, IX U. S. NO. 1RUSSETT DINNER PAIL METAL MHETTETROSSEL 5 Piece 'U"
CALIFORNIA MOCCOll--. CALIFORNIA RED ROLLS ROLLS ,. SIOO Two films about the

OO.ya POTATOES ww. 4........ 'r BAKINGPOTATOES TOKAY PAM IA/89C ionDELICIOUS 2/$1 D' WOOl DINETTE. 5 Piece 12S" Defense mission and of another Soviet about Civil

i "W.... 'r SAVE "v, roM ... ( ) tornadoes and hurricanes
.._ w .,...,. GRAPES ..... DI.._ ... ..L.w... \$.' COUCH ft CHAIR Deluxe .t40" were shown to students by the
Mo7i POTATOESOILINO -. 8< ,.."...., ... .catu. Bradford-Union Vocational-
!OISMU 101 $1O9 LAUNDRY lID MATTRESSES SPRINGS sET '"" Technical Center last week by
Si IXBREAD POUND ft
.. C FRENCH
D PEANUTS 39< 10 : 4 8 BASKET Nathan R. Hall search and

wre.or..ww 144 LB BAG @' LB. CAKE ...................., rescue director for the county
ONIONS """ .w 200
YELLOW
V.....MMMO.V.*.O M SAVE 20< SAVE TIC 2/l '. 89 < _. Large Selection Of Utility BuildingsThis CD Hall unit.would like to show
Na 3.
SLAW OR SALAD 9'i )I ..._ DI_ 1 week Special these and other civil defense f

."15.. ANT V rm.OE AUGUST S"OTHI..I I"... t w { films to other groups. To have
GREEN KING SIZIBREAD KAISIR" NKO \!J7CUKES 10riO MJ. |. 'stS" civil defense films shown
contact Hall by phoning 964-
ROO" oiLS' PLASTIC 10 More Various Sizes To Choose From.... $380. extension 234.
,,, ....l'Ia.s.nGIuc. -
t2\ "I would like to let more

\ .. 9c : 2/,1. .. '200 OLIN'SDISCOUNT people see these films but I
'IaSAY, lE SAYE 20e ... cannot show them until people

Hwy. 100 w. HOUSE 964.5606 Invite me," Hull says. I
-
"1 wish more people in this
GLACIER _.' .1..1"- (;;) county would see It Is very I

ALL POWDER 157oz CASCADE 35oz ..- A$10X300 NEW FALL HOURS Important for this county to I

SPRING WATER LAUNDRY have a strong civil defense I
before It Is too late." ,
BASKET program
Open Seven Days A Week
Hall says People should learn

DETERGENT Mon Frt 10.00: 6.00: Sat. 5:00.500: : how to save their own lives before
DETERGENT a natural\ or man-mad.
Sun :00.5:00: : disaster, strikes, the search: f

and .rescue director. states.- '
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CASH WINNERS!
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JANICE MCLEAN.ST.PETE.FLA.
+ MABEL C BRACE, PALATKA. FLAGERALYN'N
M BRUNEAU. SARASOTA. FLA.
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WILLIAM A. CURTIS. PINElLA5 PARK FLA
SHORES FLA
MRS JOHN HOERBER.MIAMI
ALICE ANDERSON. SARASOTA FLA.
it's Oblair one Free Game ticket each|im you visit participating Eckerd's. LILLY KREMERS TAMARAC.JACKSONVILLE FLA FLA
easy, No purchase necessary Adults only ((18 yrs. or older). LOUIS HALL MACY.SANFORD FLA
2 Using edge ol a com scratch oft silver covering to reveal play area. A match ALVIN ALBERT.
as 1 2 31! JACKSONVILLE FLA.
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Tickets. Free Film NOTICE TO FINALIST BOBBIE HPREVATT.
ol an> three squares In one ticket wins that prize Free ,1 MIAMI,, FLAttiree
(Kodacolor 12 exposure roll only). *2j5, MOO. or '1.000 INSTANTLY) RICARDO PEDRAZA PENSACOLA FLA
I 3 A match of 'Finalist",squares qualifies Dept fend one of our Sweepstakes First Sweepstakes Drawing 10a.m. Oct. 15,1977..at Eckerd Drugs JACaUELINE ALBERTINE
Drawings. To qualify take ticket to Camera fill Entry NO PURCHASE NECESSAFILY
Form See Official rules In each participating Store. Tri City, Clearwater/ Florida. .To p prize $10,000. IN ALL FLORIDA ECKERD DRUG STORES!

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Oct.13.1977 TELEGRAPH Pa get


I School Board Asks Bids On ;Repairing 10 'Boilers Atty. General To SpeakAt !


Rather than be subject to critical," said superintendent if a water' leak problem la] J.T. Parrish agreed
Clinic
Guidance
audit criticism Bradford Tom Casey. Director of corrected he could repair the someone along the line had B-U ,
County School board memo operations Lennard Registersaid boiler door and get rid of the "missed the boat"' waiting .L ,
bers decided after hearing he was told by the rust. Mitchell said the repairsto until cold weather sets In. riTNArION
three proposals Thursday engineer from the Orlando the gym boiler would cost tlra Annual Award BanquetAttorney
Oct. 6, In a short special\ firm the Lawtey and gym $2,800 of the $4,000. Without going through the
session to advertise for bids boilers should not be operated Casey said he would bid procedure the board wouldbe
for the repair of 10boilers In before repairs are made. recommend dropping any subject to audit criticismeven General Robert for governor of Florida, as the
the system. ash i I The board also received a repairs to the boiler at the though it could be >wri Shevln will be the main speaker. Shevin bet,Ulcs a
Cost for repairs could run repair quote from Smith and administration building declared an emergency, 'Tb .:speaker at the annual awards staunch supporter of law
low was $4,000 quoted by Co. of Gainesville of $300 per estimated at $4,650 by Industrial Casey told the board.Bids are ; Banquet of the Bradford- enforcement is an outstanding!:
Mitchells, the firm that has boiler for labor plus parts. Equipment. Casey to be opened at the school ----.- .. Jnlon Guidance Clinic supporter of community
cleaned the fireboxes for the said if several small gas board meeting Oct. 17 at 7 Administration mobile 'van Saturday, October 22, at the mental health programs, said
school system for several Chairman Arthur Gaskins heaters are purchased the p.m. Also included in the bid The red, white and blue Veterans November 1 from 9a.m. Starke Golf and Country Club. Lennon.
vears. _________ said he was not interested in repairs could be postponed. specifications is a written will park at the Plggly Wiggly parking with lot Information and help. Dr. Bill Lennon, executive The banquet is open to the
Also quoted was $1:>,985( member Vernon to 4:30: p.m. to assist veterans and tickets at
Board all and community
looking at a quote that did not guarantee on repairs director of the clinic, said the
from Industrial Equipment,? of spell out all the costs involved. Parmenter expressed materials used. Bids must second annual banquet will $5.50 each for a steak dinner
Orlando. This Includes a new Mrs. Pat Spengler said she displeasure about waiting specify when a company can VA Van Due Here In Nov. recognize citizens in the complete with trimmings: arc
boiler in the high school gymat wanted a guarantee from until fall to begin boiler begin work and the amount of Bradford-Union area who available at the Clinic.
a cost of $6,710; and a new whatever company was repairs."It time required to complete the Local VeteransA have contributed time, effort, Lennon said a reception is
boiler at Lawtey Elementaryschool chosen to do the work. work. To Assist skill and service to the mental scheduled from 7-8 p.m.
for $6,150. The repairs Mitchell, the only' firm gripes me. should have health of the community. Between 200 and 300 peopleare
for eight other boilers would represented before the board been brought up three or four To Veterans AdministrationVA That's why Manfrey will be Lennon said they were very expected, including
be $3,125. Thursday, said he disagreed months ago,instead of waiting Census Survey ( ) mobile van, staffed by parking his van at senior to have Shevin, a legislators and! ; local elected
The boiler in the BHS gym about the boiler at Lawtey until the last minute," said Florida based Veterans citizens centers, retirement leading Democratic candidate officials, said"Lennon..
and at Lawtey are the "most needing replacement. He said Parmenter. Be ConductedA Benefits Specialists will communities and nursing

arrive in Starke for a one-day homes as he visits Florida National Fire Prevention Week
sample of households in stay November 4. The stop in towns throughout October. '
this area will take part in an Starke is part of a month-long "Florida has a high percentage I
annual survey on education to statewide VA van tour to of veterans 65 and To Be Observed By Local Units
SPECIAL be taken the week of October provide one-stop, on the spot older, he noted. "The VA can
COMPARE OUR 17-22, by the Bureau of the aid for Florida's former help many of these by exploring -
Census and conducted by Mrs. service men and women. their eligibility for "Where There's Smoke. 7p.m.and give a fire alarm as!
Norma Foray. The VA van will be parkedat veterans compensation and There Should Be A Smoke a door prize in conjunctionwith
PRICES AND I VALUES. Thomas W. McWhirter, the Piggly Wiggly ParkingLot pension payments, nursing Alarm," the theme of national open house.
director of the bureau's 430 W. Madison from 8 home care benefits and Fire Prevention Week, oc-
r
regional office in Atlanta, am.430: p.m. hospitalization. I can do mostof tober 9-15 will continue to be Plans are in full swing for a
says that interviewers will the necessary paperwork carried out locally by turkey shoot and open house
visit homes to obtain information The aim of the van tour is to right here in the varf!" members of the Bradford by the Theressa volunteers!
about the number of reach veterans who have not Manfrey emphasized that County Firefighters from 11 a.m.until p.m. at the
school years completed by taken advantage of the wide the van can provide In- Association (BCFFA) sellingfire intersection of SIt-18 and SK-
household members. There range of Benefits administered formation about all veterans! alarms and having open 100 near Raleys Store. (Firefighting
l will also be questions about by the VA. "We're benefits and that veterans of houses Saturday. equipment will also
current school enrollment at concentrating on reaching the any age are welcome to use Members of the BCFFA will be on display.
all levels from nursery school: elderly veteran this year," the van. The red, white and host open houses at respective
1i1d through college. This In- explained Eugene Manfrey, blue bus-like vehicle will be units Saturday to display Bradford County volunteers i
formation is used to measure St. Petersburg Regional located at the Piggly Wiggly equipment. will sponsor a fish fry at6 p.m.
current trends in educationand Office benefits counselor whois Parking Lot-430 W. Madison Brooker volunteers will following a parade to the lire
to determine the need for spending October "on the St. during its stay In Starke have a spaghetti supper 4:30: station.
addition or expanded educa road" with the VA van in and will open for business In Ele. School
2 Juveniles Caught : .
tion facilities. The questionson Florida. "The VA offers the from 8 a.m. 4:30: p.m.
education will be in ad- elderly veteran a number of He urged those veterans Starke Police officers boy in the school. I IAPolicespoll.esmansaid
dition to those asked regularly benefits which many fail to planning to visit the van to caught two juveniles inside (the '
in the monthly survey on take advantage of because bring their current VA file- Starke Elementary School two boys were later linked to
employment and unemployment they just! can't get to VA of- claim number or discharge Sunday afternoon following a several breaking and entering
conducted nationwide by fices to complete the paper- papers with them to speed telephone tip that two boys cases in Starke and one auto
the Bureau for. the U.S. work," Manfrey said. claims processing. had been seen entering the theft.
Department of Labor. bulging':
The boys were turned over<< Ii Iito
Results of the monthly Patrolmen Julius Eunice W
AFFORDABLE MOBILE i HOMES employment survey provide Runaway Girls Found Here and Jim Epps found a broken the Division of Youth Services
data on conditions in the labor window at the school and and an investigation is "
Look force, prime indicators of the Lawtey Marshal M.M. Services (DYS) took the girlsto caught an 11 and a 14 year-old continuing on the case.
With Site-Built Ranch-Style
a economic health of the - - - - - -
Jordan found two runaway the Juvenile Shelter in '
country. For example, in girls from Cincinatti, Ohio, Gainesville and the girls '
August the survey indicatedthat parents were notified.
Tuesday morning as they
CHOICE OF 24-FT. WIDE FLOOR PLANS of the 97.7 million men came out of a wooded area WHAT YOKNOW \!
and in the civilian
women
A. behind Home's Restaurant. A spokesman from DYS \
labor force, 90.8 million were said the girls were in good

2 or 3 Bedrooms 11/2 Baths Dinette employed. The rate Nation's unemployment 7.1- Jordan said the girls ages 12 physical shape and the ABOUT FUNERAL COSTSHow
was
and 13 told him they were parents had already pickedthe
percent, up from percent in from Gainesville but would girls up for the trip home.
roof 4t Ideal for families,
Pitched shingled young July but substantially below give him no other information. The spokesman said an initial
Wood exterior siding vacation home, retirees the recession peak of 8.9 per- Jordan said he could tell report said the girls had much to be spent on a funeralis
cent reached in the second
Large windows and closets quarter of 197S. from their scared looks and just left home and weren't always the decision of the family.
wet clothes the experiencing any family
girls were
Name brand appliances # Financing available About 70,000 householdsacross runaways. Division of Youth problems. Our services are complete, from the
the country, scien-
Fine-furniture cabinetry tifically selected to representa initial call at your home to the final

House-type gypsum-drywall 4* Income tax benefits cross section of American Raiford Vote Set TuesdayVoting interment services..all a tone
ceilings and walls households, take part in this reasonable price. .I
4* Turn monthly rent into monthly Survey: All informa-
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and '
Carpeting drapes ,..tioo -prQV Idedh the*Bureau is residents
x of the town Of the four Incumbent coun
... Furnishes -- -hcnsmgtnVKTWelTfA / r- confidential by law and can be
.!
of Raiford will have one name cil members, only Jimmy DeWItt C. Jones Benton Futrh
OPEN published only as statistical on the ballot next Tuesday, Neal Thornton failed to
totals in which no individualor Oct. 18, as they vote for their qualify. Current acting presi-
7 DAYS Prices $ 1 0 6 00 Set Up & household can be identified. town mayor. dent Joyce Norman, and Harold Johnson
start at Delivered Bitter For the five council councilmen Michael (Bud)
WEEK Another positions up for grabs, residents Dobbs and Sid Taylor met the DeWitt C.JonesFuneral
will have six names to qualifying deadline of Oct. 10.
,Winter on Way choose from. Three new names in the
CHHmpmn Lottie Lee Archer, Union race will be Berlie Caudill, Home
C'vr by Keep your "long Johns" and County Supervisor of Elections Calvin Varnes and Herbie Sttrk Keyttona Hrjt
XiiJFHOME BUILDERS CO. ear-muffs handy--the "old has announced that the Whitten. 004-6200 473.3176Yard'n '
reliable" Farmers' Almanac only qualifying candidate for Town Clerk Kathryn
Like the Homes Seen on National TV.OLIN'S predicts another bitter winter the mayor's post Is the former Alvarez would like to remind
though perhaps not quite so mayor, J.D. Griffis. town residents that the polls ,. ,f
bad as the last one. Griffis resigned earlier this will be open at the community f
In its 161st annual edition, year to be a candidate In the center, not town hall, from 7
just off the press, the almanac Florida State House of Representative's am7pm.. Garden '
MOBILE HOME says, "For 1977-78 we show race, District 15. The present town council i Bargains
another rough winter, with Griffis placed third in the will meet Thu rsday.Oct. 20, at
cold and snow, although not as primary election, carrying the town hall to canvass the
964-56O6 Hwy 1OO West Starke bad as the winter just past." Union and Baker counties. votes for the Oct. 18 election.

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1 Starke Stricken by Spanish Flu Epidenyic In Final Months. : .. ....Before' .l-J$18 ArmisticeThe I


1.; f. ; ,;;' ''' ; . "
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time was Oct. 11 and the only experienced streets just as' little as I In

1918.The Telegraph carriedthe linotype operator in the office, possible/ .
headline: "Bulgaria Signs is in bed with influenza. On the same front page was .. ":,'1;;( i--, ; '- : :. -I s

Peace Treaty; Huns inFlight..the ,
an advisory on "SPANISHINFLUENZA"
"This disease is sweeping
turning point of
Starke. There are few Issued by the =
very
World War I had been
State Health Officer who laid =
homes that have not one or
and
reached, it was just a the disease appeared to be
matter of time until Germany more cases of It, and va similar to "lagrippe, which l ,
would surrender to the Allies. number of patients have been appeared in epidemic form in J i :
dangerously ill during the 1889. All evidence points to ri
But a new was soon
to strike the enemy nation. week. The barber shops and human contact as being the Ot4x .l. .4-:
soft drink stands have been means of spread..assuming ;

The same October 11 issue w closed, and there is some talk that discharges from the nose .. I _
that announced the decline of of closing all business houses and throat have been ..the !I
the war, also carried a small months, before Christmas for a few days until the points of egress of the virus, Yf ______
headline at the bottom of page 1918. epidemic can be brought and the points of inoculation."
under control. The health officer cautionedthat
one: "STARKE HAS INFLUENZA Under its modest headlinethe w
EPIDEMIC." there are NO recognized d '
paper said: "In the meantime, persons drugs as specifics for the cure, s IiP .

It was the great scourge of "The Telegraph is being who have not business of the and that treatment could be ) .. (. :
Spanish Influenza that was issued this week in the best most urgent character are given only for the relief of } .i
sweeping the country and form possible under the circumstances warned to remain at home. symptoms.By .
would cost some 350,000 Mr J.C. Don't go to public gatheringsof
issue
the next of The
American lives in the next two Robinson, associate editor any kind, and appear on theCause
October
Telegraph on 18,

every member of the paper'sstaff _
except one had the flu.

Under the masthead was the
.EDITU'R.I I I I 'LS notation: "Owing to sickness
among the staff The
Telegraph is unable to issue
anything except an advertising 6
sheet this week. This
issue consisted of only four

and EffectTwo pages carrying display ads
and legals, and a little NalOllalDefense Test Day
"canned filler" materialbutno
local news. Apparently the
Starke turned out on Sept. It, 1921 for National Defense Test Day, observed throughout
headlines in Saturday's news the job at the expense of the employer. townspeople make were too. sick to Florida, "for the purpose of showing our Intention to never again be caught In the state of

I seemed to have a strange relationship, During this training period they may be news anyway.By unpreparedness our country was In when we entered the World War"

appearing as they did on the same pageon more of a liability to the business than its October 25 issue, The DeWItt C.
Man on horse at corner of Call and Walnut Streets Is parade marshal Capt.
the same day. they are an asset, and would certainlynot Telegraph was back to nor Jones, commander of old Company G, Starke's then National Guard unit.
be worth the $3.40 an hour, plus the mal but the town and county

One story announced that the U.S. cost of training them for the job. were not. Headlines As photo was taken, a section of the parade was temporarily held up while Model-T
proclaimed: stalled In the middle of Call Street was being hand-cranked by Its embarrassed driver.was ,
Senate had passed a bill providing for a

fifty per cent increase in the minimum The senate also rejected a proposal to BRADFORDCOUNTY HAS TERRIFYING I Health has been asked to sendin visitation, and Dr. Middleton DeWitt C. Jones and Mrs. O.J. "Promptly at 12 o'clock

wage, from the present $2.30 an hour to allow employers to hire persons over 68 EXPERIENCEThe a nursing and medical forceto gave his spare time to Griffin listed as the latest (noon) the whistle blew at the

$3.40 an hour in four annual steps by years of age at 75 per cent of the Lake Butler, where local ministering to the sick in sufferers. Both were improving waterworks sounding the

1981. At the same time the Senate minimum wage. This seems to have beena story followed: physicians and nurses are Starke. however, and expected signal for closing, and the
entirely overworked."No celebration began in
rejected House proposals to allow reasonable proposal since even the "For the past 15 days "During the height of the to be up in a few days. dead noisy earnest. Every possible'
Bradford County has been in mention of the trying epidemic here, several of the
employers to hire teenagers and the oldsters themselves would not argue An estimated 20 to 30 per noise-making device was
the grip of the influenza ordeal through which Starke business houses were closed
could perform at the full residents had brought into and was
elderly at a lower scale. that they cent of Starke play
epidemic that is raging has passed would be complete for a few days, "
every person
40 50 although the virus with four deaths kept going until 11 p.m.
capacity they did at age or throughout the United States. without a tribute to Dr. J.C. connected with them having ,
The other headline concerned the high the quality of what they were There have been hundreds of Wills and Dr. E.T Campbell, been stricken by the disease. resulting: George L. Massey, The youngsters of the

employment rate, now averaging around able to do might be entirely satisfactory.In cases in the county and a large upon whom the brunt of the Schools were also closed. and W.H.Will Miner Sanders W.T., "a Tompkins coloredman" primary department paradedthe
number of deaths have fight for the lives of our streets in fantastic
seven per cent nationally, and rangingup "One of the saddest cases of the Thomasville
resulted. The epidemic seemsto citizens fell Dr. J.P. costumes, beating on tin pans
to almost 14 cent the black refusing to permit the lower that has yet come to light suburb.
per among have been particularlysevere Tomlinson, the only other and blowing tin horns. Laurie
population.The minimum wage in these two bracketsthe in the Brooker and local physician, having been occurred near Lake Butler Soon, the dreaded flu Tomlinson, mounted on a
Senate would undoubtedly be depriving Lake Butler sections, there taken with the disease early in Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Andrews epidemic was almost white Shetland pony, was

two stories, taken together, many teenagers, as well as over68's having been, according to the epidemic. These Jr., and their childrenwere forgotten and the November 8 parade marshal and led the
information received here, 30 both suffered light all stricken at once. Telegraph carried the noise-makers
physicians youthful
should alert members of the House and much needed jobs, simply because
But While the parents were lying
to 40 deaths in those two tacks of the malady, following headlines: "Austria- through the town.
Senate to certain facts of life. If the unemployment cost-conscious employers cannot justify localities.In were able to keep at their desperately ill, one of their Hungary and Turkey Out of

rate is bad now wait paying them the full minimum if it goesas posts and were on the go children died in an adjoiningroom War; Germany Stands Alone; In the evening there was a
until the minimum to $3.40an high as $3.40 an hour. Starke, perhaps onethirdof almost without rest for fully and they knew nothingof Peace Likely Any Day." great outpouring of citizens at
wage goes up have had the
the
people ten days. the death until neighborscame the intersection of Call and
hour and marginal small businessesare disease, and four deaths, in several hours later The prediction came true, Walnut Streets to hear
forced to close their doors, while In opposing the measure, the U.S. including one colored man, "Dr. W.E. Middleton of and found the lifeless body of and the November 15 issue patriotic addresses by Dr.

many others, in order to survive are Chamber of Commerce, distributed to have resulted. Hampton also rendered the child. The parents are still announced : "Armistice C.H. Abernathy, pastor of the
valuable assistance in handling
compelled to turn to machinery to do the each member of Congress an economic "The epidemic is said to be the disease :in Starke. very ill and !Mr. Andrews' Signed; Kaiser and Crown First Presbyterian Church

job, rather than rely on manpower.In study contending that, by 1980, 1.2 still raging in Lake Butler and Hampton was fortunate doubtful.recovery is regarded as Prince Breaks Out Flee in Germany; Revolution Foes James Hon. A.V.T. Wills.Long, and Judge

million jobs would be lost, and consumer Brooker. The State Board of enough to have only a lightCounty'Agen'tJs Disarm." ;

its eagerness to go overboard in prices raised an additional 1.6 per cent if "The Telegraph is unable to After the program the

succumbing to demands of labor leaders, the measure took effect. give anything like a completelist Starke started celebrating young people again lookchargeofthecelebratioqwittl
f of deaths that have occurred ..thesigning of the Armistice as !
the Senate threw caution to the wind Whether or not these figures are in the county?; At Lake soon as- the't glad news was fireworks:firearms, and other
and far exceeded a minimum wage bill By Butler C.J. Knight H$.'" received "over the"Wires in noisemakers keeping the fun
the
passed earlier by the House which pro- overestimated or underestimated, ,.t'" Bobby .' Newsom, and Jonathan Dukes the early morning hours of going until they were

vided for an increase to $2.65 an hour on fact remains that such a sharply Notebook -, are among those recently November 11." exhausted.
minimum cannot fail to succumbing to the disease
escalating wage Taylor
Jan. 1,1978; to$2.85 on Jan. 1, 1979; anda
The November 1 Issue of
final raise to $3.05 an hour on Jan. 1, be inflationary, and will set off another The Telegraph joyfully announced Suwnntiec River Workshop Set
1980. round of price increases every time it : INFLUENZA I

goes up, thereby nullifying any net Looks like our weathermanis low enough to permit safe SUBSIDING.No For Oct. 22 At White SpringsThe

The Senate version provided the same benefit that the wage-earner might re cooperating with our cat- feeding to hogs and cattle.
had been
new cases
tlemen who are hayin
$2.65 minimum on Jan. 1, 1978, but ceive. all partj of rutting county.up Our tobacco the growers without came reported in several days, with Suwannee River has 22. the Columbia County

jumped to $2.90 in 1979, $3.15 in 1980, Congress was presented with such Pastures made some good late through losses.year Yield and served a number of cultures Environmental Council will

and to $3.40 in 1981. conflicting testimony on the economic growth after our rains starteda quality heavy were down, but pricesfor ............................. since Florida early and peoples first cameto present t the second in its seriesof
,
impact of the minimum-wage proposalsthat extra few weeks grass ago and and hay some is most tobacco grades was (!'(C vl1 ''HDUUlTUE0 residents of North contemporary Floridacan dealing education with the value workshops of the

In turning down a proposal for a lower the House voted to create a special welcomed. Getting grass cut, good. Tobacco is a bit crop of that learn more about them on Suwannee River to people in

rate for teenage employees during their commission to study the matter. It is cured baled and in the barn is can weather take if'a the good rains do come dry E- Oct. 22 in an educational North Florida. The Stephen

first six months on the job, the Senate hoped that this study will result in the quite an accomplishment this before the tobacco matures. workshop on the value of the Foster Center, located on the

apparently failed to consider that, with final adoption of some more moderate time of year. Since tobacco is an expensivecrop : by WIlliam S.lIaas : Suwannee Hiver.Archaeological. banks of the Suwannee Riverin
White Springs, will be the
few exceptions, these young people are schedule! than the four-year plan approved Cows have also responded to to grow, most growersare : Service Officer : sites have setting for the day-long affair:
inexperienced and must trained on by the Senate last week this improvement in pastures prepared to irrigate their only recently) been discoveredthat
Most of our cows will be in crops during the dry periods. Veterans with service- can tell us of these an- Artists and skilled artisans

pretty good shape for winter if Soybean harvest prospects connected disability of 10 cient cultures. Many rem- have< been invited to display

we get a few more weeks of look pretty good this year. percent or more, may be nants of the more recent past, paintings, sculpture, photography
I grass growth. Two or three growers have entitled to training under the particularly the late 1800's weavings, carvings,
Testing for LivingThough told me they expect up to 50 Veterans Administration's when the Suwannee and its literature, films and other
It appears that our long bushels per acre. This is vocational rehabilitation major springs were popular forms where the Suwanneewas
hard winter followed by a exceptional since average program. tourist spots with flourishing the subject, provided the
spring and summer droughthas yields in our area is 30 to 40 Veterans with disabilityrated tourism trade, remain and materials, or served as the
!: probably unpopular with In reply to objections from some caused our calf crop to be bushels per acre. 10 percent or more who serve as reminders of our inspiration for the work.
some 250 BUS 11th graders, and State Commissioner of Educa- lighter in weight than normal. are found to require changing values. These works will be displayedon
possibly some of their parents, the beneficial parents 11th Some cattlemen have told me Growers need good yields rehabilitation can receive up the grounds of the Stephen
"I tell
effects of the State Assessment tion Ralph Turlington says, that they are weaning calves this year because prices to the to four years of training. People in North Florida will Foster Center and many will
this graders that they are lucky. For the first that are 100 to 150 pounds grower for soybeans is way Eligibility for training is have a unique opportunity to be for sale.
schools
Program tests given in the time, they will be able to show a lighter than similar calves of down (about half the price usually nine years after learn about the pre-history,
week should be obvious to the impartial prospective employer a diploma that last year. This means that beans brought last year)! discharge and under certain history and art of people, past Reed basketry, palmetto

observer. read and do arithmetic." each brood cows productionfor Some growers hedged earlier conditions this may be extended and present, living along the weaving and simple woodcarving .
proves they can the year would be from $25 this year by booking (selling) four years. A new law Suwannee. On Saturday, Oct. skills will be taught to
less than would have of their at the 7-8 Interested people in
to $50 it some crop provides seriously disabled In-
Florida is blazing a new trail in the Although Florida is pioneering in this been without the adverse dollar per bushel range. veterans training beyond dividualized small group
field of education, for this is the first officials weather and growing condi dates when sessions.
education termination
field, state say theyare these
it looked
In the
time in the United States that in Earlier year
an tions. this is found to be
for necessary.
being bombarded with requests like we would have a good LettersW.U. Tours to an active archaeological
dividual state is requiring its students to information on the program from other Corn harvest is just about pecan harvest. However, it Eligible disabled veterans dig in Columbia

pass minimum standards of reading states interested in swinging away from over. Looks like some growers now looks like our crop will be applying for training will County and tours of architec

writing, and arithmetic (the basic skills) the educational experimentation of the1960's who happened to plant at the about average with size and receive veterans administration tural aspects, historical pointsof
how them time will below normal. It's a counseling to interest and parts of past
and know to apply to daily right make an !quality
living before being awarded that back to the basic Three R's. "We average yield. I have heard of little too early to predict determine need for such .SERVICE cultures in White Springs will
are now realizing that the 'Do your own some fields yielding as high as pecan prices, but some training, and covering the CRITICIZEDDear be available during the day.
coveted high school diploma.The thing' society doesn't bring about knowledge 100 bushels per acre. Several speculators say heavy cropsin veterans desires, abilities and Sir: A program on the "Pre-

and achievement in basic skills," fields have yielded in the 60 to other sections of the county goals in identifying the most Historic Peoples and Culture
examinations (which are given in commented. 80 bushels per acre range. Of will depress prices in our advantageous action. In July of this year, I Along the Suwannee River"
the 3rd, 5th and 8th grades, as well as in one official course, there were many area. I hope they are wrong VA pays for tuition, books received a letter from my will be presented by Dr
fields of corn this year that because pecan growers need and fees. Trainees receive a sister in Michigan, saying thata Gerald Malanich of the
the llth mandated the
) were by 1976 Bradford School Superintendent Tom were a complete loss with no good prices to offset increased monthly allowance, and relative of mine had died Florida State Museum. The
legislature in response to a flood of Casey is also enthusiastic about the yield at all.Almost costs of fertilizer, sprays disability compensation also. earlier in the year. And in program will include a lec.
complaints that students were obtaining it and labor, etc.Don't Monthly checks were recently September I found out that a ture, artifacts, a written over.
describing as ,
high school diplomas without the abilityto program necessary every corn field had that increased 8 percent, and telegram had been sent to me view and slides, and will include -
it's time to
road hopes that results will be "real goodyHe some of the mold that forget single veterans training full- on May 5th informing me of the pre-historic: period
interpret signs or figure the unit believes it will cause students to takea produces aflatoxin on the start planting rye ryegrass, time In school or college now this death. Now the Western up to the early 1800's- Dr.
price of an item in the supermarket.The sharply increased interest in school grain. We have screened and oats and clover for winter receive $226 monthly Union office never tried to Edward Keuchel of Florida
I have had '
tested about 50 grazing. hope you Veterans with notify me of this telegram as State University will
and their studies when they know they samples so far. soil tested, limed if one dependent speak on
three-hour from the your $280 month and my address was included with the Suwannee
117-question exam Reports tests In our receive a eWorld 1821
receive if their and have
required the students to demonstrate will not a diploma per- lab at the University of needed, prepared a those with two dependents the message. War II." Both
formance is below par. He also thinks it Florida have shown levels good seedbed for planting. draw $329 monthly. Traineesare sessions will have time for
to read and work math to those and other
ability on a will be helpful to the teachers to know from 0 to 2,000 parts per Attention paid an additional $24 a Also, on another occasion questions.
seventh-grade level. If they can't score what is expected of the students, billion. Fortunately, most details could livestock pay dividends to month for each dependentover previous, I was awaiting a Lake City Community
at least 70 per cent on both the math and defining the teacher's responsibility and samples were in a range that your winter feeding two. telegram that was supposed to' College will video tape the
communication sections they won't program. be sent on a certain date. proceedings, and a television
giving them a goal to shoot at in After
not being notified, I program will be
receive school
a high diploma regardless developing programs to impart the inquired at local Western'' This will be available onToVn
of their classroom grades. Instead they needed skills. ,9R Q1 /k; Union office, and found that to other schools and interested
.
will be "consoled" with a mere cer- the telegram had been there groups.This .

tificate of attendance. pl1 for three days, and Western and future workshops
In describing the benefits of the Union had not tried to notify are being organized by the
testing one Miami principal Columbia
program County Environmental
I Based on pilot testing around the said. "This has shaken up a number of me.Now Council a non-profit-
state education officials that C/ Je k it seems as If the civic:
predict
up youngsters to the point where they are BOH G. fERG'JSON JOHN M. MILLER group. Funding comes: in
to 30 per cent of 11th graders will fail 17O4! Publishers Western Union office would part from a minigrant for
goal-oriented as never before.Interest is rather sell and send flowers environmental
the first time they :take the test_ t high, and attendance at classes is up." r iI srwd each i Thu'sririy Aril entered as second Class Matter at the Post Office at Star In, Ra under by wire Instead of giving the from the U.S. Dept education of
However, they will be given two more A. lol Min.h .1 K'a public the other services that Education and WelfaVe Health,
it before rate m'rarte area *7 pm year: $4 sin montns. Western Union offers. There
chances to pass graduationtime dscr peon programs will
If the tests accomplish no more than $4 50 six montrw.Hi emphasize the
$8
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Reed importance
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, fBHS Edges Eastside 7-O' On Bright's 24-Yard 'TD \




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An 80-yard drive capped QB Norman back to its 30. ,',.. d.. ... ..
by was new offensive shielding off two would-be own Hitting BHS drove out one first wins over Ocala Vanguard, 6- ,1
24-yard touchdown run by weapon for BHS with his tacklers pursuing the play In hard Bright got four yards up down, getting inside the Ram 0) Clay High 28-7, and i .:
unning back Esau Bright onhe hard nosed running which the BHS backfield the middle, the last two on his 10. Bright leaped another yard Eastside 7-0. I ;
first play of the fourth' netted 54 yards of rushing On first down from his 34, own and Norman got threeyards .. \ over the Ram forewall to the \
nod edged Bradford High including the 43 yard run to QB Norman faked to the dive on the keeper. On third eight on the first down. But on
dders 7-0 Eastside High in the Eastside 10 in the second man and kept the football for down Bright took the pitchout second down BHS was
ainesville last Friday night. period, the longest run of the an 11 yard gainer. On second 16 yards around left end, got ,..- penalized back to the 14 for
A near perfect effort by the night. The new play utilized down the left side of the East- around the corner to the Ram '," backfield in motion. Norman ,
radford High defense limited against the Rams was a faketo side defensive line, still 47, but after the BHS penalty it missed on a pass to Allen on 0 a
Eastside to 33 yards rushing the fullback off tackle with primed for the off tackle play, still was three yards short of a i second down. On third down
fend 41 passing. The Tornado the quarterback keeping and Reddish after first down.
stopped just a a Norman threw a perfect strike
efense couldn't afford a running the ball tight around yard. The left side of the Ram BHS punted to Eastside but :i- into the Ram endzone which
(Crucial mistake, and didn't the fake. The Eastside defense defensive line proved to be the the punt was nullified on a 15 I hwI l hit wideout Stanley Williamsin
[-ake one Friday night atitizen's took the fake well becausethat's strongest part of the Ram yard Illegal blocking penalty the chest but Williams 1!' Mao
Field. what BHS has been defense. which an Eastside player dropped the football. The play KEN TEAL
BHS threatened twice more, running off tackle for three On third down and 1V4\ yardsto threw on BHS's Roland -I I was nullified, anyway, when ti
ut failed to put points on the games. go for a first QB Norman Cummings, upending him. It It BHS was penalized 15 yards
ard. Late in the second The BHS touchdown drive again faked to the fullback off is now Illegal to block below when a receiver was blocking
nod a Bradford field goal started at the 20, after an tackle and kept. Norman the waist on kickoff and punt before the pass was thrown.
ttempt was blocked by exchange of punts in the didn't have much runningroom returns. The penalty gave
astside after a 43 yard run opening minutes of the second as both the Ram corner, BHS a big first down at the Cruce attempted a field goal FAT FIBERS
y QB Jeffery Norman put half of play. BHS fell just six back and linebacker tackled Eastside 34. t- was from the 29, but it was Skinny fibers in shag
HS on the Ram seven yard inches short of a first down on just past scrimmage but the From the 34 Bright hit ;off short.In carpets are gone with ;
.
Bine. After the BHS touchdown its first possession after BUS quarterback put his head tackle for four yards. Reddishgot : the wind. The trend now
ornado tackle Fred Wood receiving the second half down and bulled out the first three yards Bright came the final four minutes 'Is carpets made with t
ecovered an Eastside kickoff. Eastside fell over a down by a bare six inches to hack for two yards, and Eastside went to the air and short fat fibers. These t
umble, giving BHS a first yard short on its first keep the drive alive. It turned Reddish bulled over left tackle F- QB Williams completed two carpets are proving
own from the Ram 7, but that possession of the second half out to be one of the most for a hard-fought yard and a passes for 20 and 23 yards durable, and more
ffort fell a foot short after and the resulting punt rolled; important plays of the game. badly needed first down at the rL BHS defended against the easily cared-for than
Sour running attempts. out of bounds at the BHS 20 On first down from the BHS Ram 24. At that point the BHS t i'' Ram passing attack'' by the long shags which
The game was fought on yard line.Reddish. 45 yard line QB Norman tried backs were hitting hard and i playing a containment type were so popular a '
ven terms most of the way. his second pass of the night, getting hard earned yardage defense in which QB Williamswas couple of years ago. r
..lie BHS offensive line could got three yards completing It for five yards to behind the charge of the offen- -J&--- not allowed to break out t
get three yards per charge over left guard on first down wideout Richard Allen. The sive line of center Marcus .: ....i'.i" and run to either side, but Shags manufacturedwith
gainst the Eastside defense QB Norman threw a good passto play was nullified, however, Cruce, guards Issac Jenkins _..rnxa!) when given plenty of time to fat fibers are not as 7
kind that is what the Big Redtense Reddish up the middle on as Bradford was penalized 15 and Roland Cummings and throw. Williams' were likely to crush down and
spent most of its time the second down but tackles Smith and Bradford's first at passes become matted. The fat ._
> they yards for having too many Bobby attempt a pass against Eastside was off target or batted down by
'.ing.. BHS ran off tackle andp missed connection. On third men on the line. The BHS Kevin Neel.) almost completed. Tight end David Walker had a hand on the the BHS secondary, except for fibers have a resllency
the middle using runningck and seven, Reddish took a wideout had lined up on the Neel termed the Eastside ball, above brought It down but was hit hard by Eastside's the two completions. which allows them to
Esau Bright, fullback pitchout around right end on line of scrimmage making too defense line some of the number 55 (linebacker Ricky Buxton) and coughed the footballup. bounce back to their original
loug Reddish, and quarter.ck the triple option and got 10 many men on the line. hardest hitters he's played A 40 yard field goal on the next play was short and BUS had STATISTICS shape even after
Jeffery Norman. yards to the 34, with Bright The penalty pushed BHS against this season. Reddish's failed to capitalize on a fumble recovery by mlddleguard aHS ciFlrtt hard usage.
dive for the first down was one Kenneth Cruger. (Photo by Hank Kyle) Downs. f 4Yirat
nu nin no 2J
of the of the Come In
biggest plays and
Yard P''>'m> t .1PA today
game. was stacked up for no gain at -PC-PI J-V- lfJ1PunttAvg. look over our latest
J From the 24, Bright hit over right tackle. QB Norman wall. Thus BHS was stoppedat 4-I1.I J.J,lPumDIttLoit selection of shags and

right tackle had a hole, slid faked the off tackle dive and ES the one foot line. P.n.llla..Yd.. .14.. ,.31., other beautiful floor
off one tackle and high got five yards, to the two yard quarterback Nolan SCORING coverings. We maintainan
stepped it into the endzone for Williams bulled up the BHS BHS 24 Inventory of the
; line,on second down. A repeatof : Bright yard run. very
,,' \ the lone Tornado TD. The the play on third down got middle to the two yard line, Extra point: Cruce kick. latest styles.
then went to the air but missed
I score came on the first play ofI
:' BHS to the Ram one foot line.
: I the fourth period. BHS moved On fourth down Bright tried twice. Eastside punted from The game leaves Bradford
the two. BHS's Duane Cum- High 3-1 on the season with TvalTileEr
the football 80 yards in 14
right tackle met a solid wall,
plans on a drive which saw the mings took the short punt at only a 10-0 loss to Buchholz Carpal:'
\ f"r;,'" two teams each receive a 15 but the BHS running back the Ram 20 and was hit Im marring the record. BHS has .
-: to the 964-7423 Starke Fla
: yard penalty. BHS was lucky didn't try leap over mediately.
tz, In that the Eastside infraction i
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: .l' ,,<,'.' ,'" ', .,. o' ...,... ., penalty would have given BHS Roberts
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first down however.
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Eastside fumbled the foot-
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1iiiit11 scrimmage after the Tornado
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Just because they wear flags instead of pads doesn't mean the action is any less furious In the just his fourth game recover- MINNOWS DEVILS FOOD CAKE BROWNIES
Boys Flag League sponsored by the Starke Recreation Department. Here Jeff Taylor beats his ing at the 12 and advancingthe WORMS'
defender Eddie Thompkins for a touchdown. football to the Ram 7 be- DONUTS
12Ea
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Gators Tigers Fight however Eastside, and wouldn't stiffened allow BOAT DRINKS"&IISNACICS RENTALS .. ,.Open .Mon.-:aaL.: IU.b:au i'.M.. .j/1 j!

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An upset win by the GATORSZaBVLLDOGSaChub The Gators got their second OF I i 1.r. \I ri 16 N u'Inr \ Itlx --------I
when Chub Johnson
Bulldogs over the Tigers score s ItH/ / !
helped keep the Gators in the Johnson threw four threw Andrew Patterson fora m 1L L 200 j
drivers seat in Boys Flag touchdown passes to lead the TD. The score was set up bya x
Football League Play sponsored Gators over the Bulldogs 26-6 25 yard pass from Johnson to REGULATIONLAND ;
by the Starke in the Thursday Oct. 6, Steve Griffis. Johnson ran for 301 r
the score 3114The -
Recreation Department. opening game. the PAT, making ,
Johnson passed to Steve their final I lII//, I/N/' N It I'I
Tigers 20 Griffis for the first TD and ran Tigers got / i nI I r
Gators 12 for the PAT to give the Gators TD on a five yard run by ON I 'Ill i
an 8-0 lead.Midway Tommy Crosby, Billy Aaron : :
for the extra point makingthe
through the first ran ,
The Tigers came from 12 t LII
final 39-14 Tigers. ; 11 i, ,
period Johnson found Griffis ,1 / 1 1 IJI/N1
points down Tuesday, Oct. 11,
to catch the Gators and earn a again for a score to give the I\1 : f I. ; Al
20-12 victory.The Gators a 14-0) half-time lead. Galore 36-Bulldogs 20 USE f11- /: r I Ir v: {

Gators scored first on a On the second play of the The Gators grabbed a lead r I I j S I 1 Ili/t1 ,
22-yard run by Chub Johnson. second half Johnson hit Eddie in the first half and wouldn'tlet II'111in11" 0 tl

The PAT was no good and the Thompkins with a 30 yard go as they held on to beat I III 6) // i,,, 1 / I !1
Gators had a 6-0 lead. pass to give the Gators a 20-0) the Bulldogs 3620. w / /p k/, dtl// / ,
An interception by Steve lead. Scott Allen scored first for
Griffis set up the next: Gator The Dogs got on the the Gators on a 35 yard run I+ /, I !
score as Griffis passed eight Scoreboard when Duane and Eddie Thompkins added
yards to Eddie Tompkins to Searle hit Jeff Taylor with a 20 six more points when he "
make the score 120. yard pass to make the score pulled in a Chub Johnson h/l\enN/ = Ir/\/llultl// / I ;
'The Tigers got on the board 20-6( in favor of the Gators. pass. Steve Griffis ran for a / Ill 011 hl I'KI".\
when Richard Stitt returned a The Gators final score came two point conversion makingthe .:b'i'1:: G "
kickoff 28 yards making the on a Johnson to Scott Allen score 140. I\T/ :: ; I //I' ,,
score 126. pass making the final score Allen broke another 35 yardrun ;
Eddie McGee intercepted a Gators 26 Bulldog 6. at the start of the second / / ,
pass to set up the next: Tiger half increasing the Gator leadto I r I Ir rw

score. Chuck Johnson carriedthe 206. Johnson ran for the .i ,,' ." J II IIII n\ 100 Ir /Ir c
ball eight yards for the TIGERS 39-GATORS U PAT making the score 226. -7 '
score tieing the Gators at 12- In Thursday's second game The Bulldogs fought back r 1'.N' s.....n' .lrr$ I I tAk Ul'1lf a 1 I : i jD111 I
12 at halftime. the first place Gators ran intoa with two straight TD's to .. \ I 0NN
Only score of the second half fired-up Tiger team which narrow the Gator margin. / RI) II 11111- I I ID r :
came on an 8-yard run by smashed the Gators 39-14. Searle passed to Stephen Spellfor = N
Eddie McGee of the Tigers. Gator quarterback Chub one TD and Jeff Taylor ran
Tommy Crosby ran for the Johnson was put under heavy for a second score. Taylor was 0
I PAT giving the Tigers their pressure by Tiger linemen successful on one conversionrun POINTS OF ISTIKbST '" I, .j I s + 1j 230 II I
Balk
I eight point victory margin. Richard Stitt, Randy making the score 2220. /I
corn, Tommy Crosby Michael Steve Griffis scored on a two 1'01t,Oflalrrca lix-atrj bb. lliii..,mtiol Oiiifnc.ni -: 'o,,,
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Raley, Raymond Trainor and yard run and Allen inter- /hli Iltllc i x 1111 I//I; i/ \I I/7/\r/ / + rI

Robbie McGee and completedonly cepted a pass and ran 15 yards. O \ ,, Legion ", x_: 0 : ryit
Bulldogs 15 one TD pass during the for a fifth score for the Gators. O \rmor' I II I" -
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Tigers 13: \lhl"I Field 3
game. Johnson ran for a PAT to o 1",11,1.. County. FairGrmimU \ = I
Tiger QB Chuck Johnsonran make the final 36-20 GAtors. O UII."f County HiMuil.il. \ / dI / \
The Bulldogs used the big five for the 1''
yards game'sfirst O linliiriml High. School .
,I,111'K \ i0 i I
play and a solid defense to score to give the Tigers a Tigers 25-Bulldogs O ( handier Of Commerce, II v \ ,
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upset the Tigers 15-13. OCity Hall I .1
6.() lead. The Tigers scored four
Tuesday afternoon Oct. 11. Following a 20 yard run by straight TD's to march past OC"'Ihll; -
/ /
First Bulldog TD came on Curtis Griffin, Chuck Johnson the Bulldogs 25-6. '
their first play as Andy Griffis scored again on a five yardrun Jeff Taylor scored the first CDIc"I', {' \ I
hit Mike Waters with a pass for the Tigers. Eddie and only Bulldog TD in the Fire Station .nr'11 111.
.
9 Light & Water Plant
and Waters ran 35 yards for McGee passed to Richard Stitt first half on a 10 yard run. 9 Multlle' St-ho.il = PI\I11Nll// I
the score. Griffis ran for the for the PAT to make'the score Tiger Chuck Johnson ran for <9< IRS Poor Office I I I N i / / 11
conversion and the Bulldogshad 130. four touchdowns of 10, 10 28 D< Sen.Ice Center I
an 8-0) lead. Scott Allen got the Gators and 30 yards to Ice the victoryfor 9 Soutlniue( Elementary. School L / I Vl '. .
Eddie McGee got the Tigers back into the game when he the Tigers.Tommy Crosby 0>Start, Elementary. School c1'1Y, ; lllllfS/ _
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back in the when he ran the middle 40 DV. T.chnlcoISchool -
game ran right up passed to Billy Aaron for a one -
7 yards for a score. Chuck yards for a TD, making the point conversion on the last I
Johnson passed to McGee for score 13-6. TD to make the score Tigers L.tJ
the PAT and the score now Chuck Johnson built the 25, Bulldogs 6.
read 8-7 Bulldogs.The Tigers lead, throwing 40 yards NOTICE OF REGULATION ON LAND USE .
Bulldogs scored their to Raymond Trainor for a TD ,
last TD just before the half and Curtis Griffin ran for the The Gators are in first place -
when Andy Griffis ran 25 two point PAT to make the with a3 record while the"'

yards for a score. Griffis score 216. Tigers are in second with a 4-4 The City Of Starke Commission Proposes To Regulate The Uso Of Land Within Th* Area Shown On Tho Map In This '
for the ended
passed to Jeff Taylor Just before the half recordThe Bulldogs bring up I.

extra 15-7 point at the and half.the Bulldogsled again the Tigers when got Steve on Griffis the board was the Today rear,with(Thursday a record, Oct.of 2.13).. Adtortisomont.. By Adopting A Comprehensive Plan For The Future Development Of The Inoorporatsd. City Aroa Of Starko. I

The entire second half was caught by Billy Aaron in the the Bulldogs meet the Tigers

scoreless until Tigers scored a end zone for a safety makingthe in the opener and then meet Public H.arIIlID.no proposal Will Bo Nsld On 001.25. 11177:00: P.M. At The Commission M..IIIII..1",
TD on a pass from Chuck score 23* the Gators in the second It

Johnson to Raymond Trainor To open the second half game.Tuesday.. City Hall.Starko, Fla.
on the last play of the game. Steve Griffis scored on a 25 Oct 18, the Gators \ A

The Bulldogs stopped the yard run for the Tigers andRandy meet the Tigers in the opener Merrill Ed wardt Clerk '"i
Tiger try for a two point Balkcom ran for the and then take on the Bulldog City 0 :
I conversion holding on to a 15- PAT to make the score 316. in the second game. .. -- -00, __ __
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Jr. Midgets Win is 1st For Starke P. W. 1-1L' 1tK'V' '




The Cowboys junior midget Clayton Norman 5, John CB PEE WEE 12 bled giving the Rebels a assistants are Brad Carter,

team earned Starke its first Bennett 4, Steve Little 4, Vince KII REBELS 20 second chance, as they pushed Wayne Blankenship and
Pop Warner Football victory Culverson 3, Ellis Rehburg 3, The Cowboys pee wee team across a third TD. Lowell King. The spotter is 1!.
Saturday Oct. 15. with a 13-6 Kevin Griffin 3, Ronnie took an early 12-6 lead but Andy Chaff and Kenny Leo King. F
decision over the Keystone Barrosse 2, Jeff Coltrane 2, Keystone fought back strongto DeWitt lead the Cowboys on David Bennett is head coach J
Panthers but -the midget and Daren Hardy 2,Jason Bennett win 2012. defense with seven tackles for the Cowboy junior r,
pee wee teams weren't quite 1, Scott Hudson 1. Eric Lane gave the Cowboysa each. Other tacklers were: midgets. His assistants are _
so Kicky.Cll 6-0 lead when he ran 80 yardsfor Kevin Griffis 5, Richie Fender Claude Hardy, Lane Sibley
JR. MIDGET 13KIIPANTHERSI Larry Long and Kenny a TD. The Rebels tied it up 4, Rick Welch 4, John and spotter Richard Little. +4"t

Davis each recovered fumblesfor but a 55-yard interceptionreturn Struthers 3, Mike Colvin 3. Head coach for the wee j"'
A 84-yard touchdown run by the Cowboys. by Richie Fender put Eric Lane 3, Keith Gillingham team Is Robbie Smith.pee His, ; 'r'rs

Kenny Davis and a 30 yard the Cowboys back in com- 3, Leroy Griffis 2, John Odom assistants are James Fender, r j'r
interception return for a TD Kenny Davis led the offensive mand. Keystone came back 2, Doug Samons 1, Benji Dean Brown, Doug Brown, d
by Clayton Norman pushedthe team with 92 yards in with a TD and PAT just betore Harding 1, Danny Brown 1, Lester Willingham and
Starke Cowboy junior 15 carries. Vince Culverson halftime to take a 13.12 lead.In Jody Griffis 1, Cary Froun-. spotter Tom Jackson.On .
midgets past Keystone 13-6. picked up 12 yards in six the fourth quarter Keith felter 1.Team. v
The defense of the Cowboyswas carries. Scott Hudson had a Gillingham appeared to stop a spotter Tom Jackson Saturday, Oct. 15, the +
led by Grant Williams good day gaining 19 yards on Rebel drive when he said the pee wee team had junior midgets travel
with 10 tackles. Other tacklers three carries and Daren recovered a fumble deep in really improved over the past Orange Park to take the to
on
were: Leslie Morris 8, Kenny Hardy ran for three yards on the Cowboys own territory but few weeks. Orange Park Dolphins at
Davis 6. Lionel Griffis 5, two carries. two plays later Starke fum- "Some of the boys who p.m. The midgets meet the 3

hadn't stared before, shone lel Med Dolphins. at the /* H._.-.fa--I ><--gj.1-.-.-?-* -- __________ ____ ----- _
brightly today. Their coordination
Bradford
and stamina County Fairgrounds PUNT PASS AND KICK WINNERS
CITY OF HAMPTON much improved and much are of at 4 p.m. and the pee wee First row (l-r) : Silas Jenkins Clinton Jenkins, Jesse Barbour, John David Francis Gerald I
Cowboys travel to Bell
the credit should go to the face the Bel Med Med to Brown, Latlimore Williams Wayne Cribbs.Tony (fill, Richie Fender. I
FEDERAL REVENUE SHARING FUND coaching staff," Jackson said. 5:30: p.m.Action Vikings at Second row (I-r): Clifford 11111, Jeff Taylor, Stephen Spell Eddie Winkler, Brian Thomas Scott
Allen.
MB STINGERS 13

ESTIMATED REVENUESFOR CB MIDGETS 12 ,
The midget Cowboys fell 75 Compete in PuntPass And Kick Contest I
THE FISCAL YEAR just two extra points short of ,
picking up their first win as
ENDING SEPTEMBER 30 1978 they lost to the Middleburg. was fast and furious of 118. Dwin Horne was third Francis was third with a score of 87.5 84, 95 for a total'of
of 62 66 42.5 for a total of 266.5. Jeff Taylor was second
Stingers 13-12. Saturday morning, Oct. 1, as with a score of 35.5, 38.5,43 fora ,
Emmett Watkins scored the and total of '117. 170.5.
over 75 punters, passers
with a score of 67 55.5, 70.5.for .
first TD 50
Cowboys on a yardrun kickers gathered at Pratt St.
Federal Revenue Sharing $2877.00 with a recovered fumble Field to compete in Ford's Nine Year Olds a total of 193. Clifford Hill
was third with a score of 45,
and Jimmy Diggs brought the Annual Punt Pass and Kick Jesse Barbour was the
70, 73 for a total of 1 188.
crowd to their feet when he
Contest, sponsored locally by winner in the nine-year-old 11 Yt'arOlds
I ran 80 yards with a kickoff Terwillegar Ford Motors. division with a score of 50, Richie Fender was the
CITY OF HAMPTON return for a TD. Competitors are scored for 52.5, 32 for a total of 134.5. winner in the 11-year-old I U:i Year Olds
Calvin Hamm played an distance and accuracy in all Clinton Jenkins was second division with a score of 79.5, Scott Allen took the 13yearold -

FEDERALREVENUESHARING BUDGET outstanding game at guard three categories and the totalof with a score of 32.5, 45, 54 for a 6772.5 for a total of 219. Tony division with a score of
and recovered a fumble. all three scores determinesthe total of 131.5. Silas Jenkinswas Hill was second with a score of 93.5, 135, 115 for a total of
APPROPRIATIONSFOR Barry King also had a good winner. third with a score of 40, 63, 77, 42.5 for a total of 182.5. 343.5. Brian Thomas was
game and recovered a fumble. Scott Allen was the only 39, 48.5 for a total of 127.5. second with a score of 71, !18,
THE FISCAL YEAR Daryl Thornton led the repeat winner, Allen advanced Wayne Cribbs was third with a 90.5 for a total of 259.5.! Eddie
Cowboys in tackles with seven score of 73,43,57, for a total of
all the way to state 10 Year Olds Winkler was third with a score
ENDING SEPTEMBER 30 1978 followed by Calvin Hamm level competition at Tampa in Lattimore Williams took the 173. of 63.5 82.5, 86 for a total of
,
with four and Barry King with
the 12-year-old division in last 10-year-old division with a 232.

three. defense year's competition. Winners, score of 46.5,67.59 for a totalof First place winners will
"Our played an
12 Year Olds
by age group, are:
outstanding game but we still 172.5. Gerald Brown was took the 12- move on to zone competitionin
Stephen Spell
Fund
General Expenditures need work on offense, we're 8YearOIds second with a score of 43 David, 57.51 year-old division with a score Jacksonville on Oct. 15.
71, total 171.5. John
( Financial ) $1200.00 still missing too many Hal Wood was the winner of


Other Capital ExpendituresPublic giving blocking protection good assignments" Coach enough and Ronnie pass not for punting the 50 eight-year-old feet for and 42.5 kicking feet competition passing for 45.5 Raiders Take Early Youth Flag LeadThe I


) $1677.00 Tomlinson said.Tomlinson feet for a total of 138. David
( Safety is head coach for
Hamilton was second with a Raiders picked up two Dolphins 44 Davis scored once more on a
the Cowboy midgets. His score of SO.5,40.5,27 for a total wins this week to move into Cowboys 6 10 yard run to make the final
------- in the Youth Raiders.
first place Flag The Dolphins went on a 19.0
Football League sponsored by scoring rampage as they DOLPHINS it-STKKI.KHS7: :
the Starke Recreation swamped the Cowboys 446. The Dolphins came up with
Department. Micolle Scott and Daren two second half TD's to stop
In Games this week- Chandler were the big scorers the Steelers 13-7 last Wednesday -
What Raider 19 for the Dolphins. Scott scored Oct. 5.
to cutdown Steelers two TD's on runs and intercepted The Steelers drew first
The Raiders and Steelers a pass for a third blood when Wendell Shanks
met Monday, Oct. 10, to score. Chandler showed a lot scored on a three yard run to
determine the league leader of hustle on defense as he make the score 60. Ron
and the Raiders came out on intercepted three passes and Brown passed to Troy Port is
if top 1912. returned them for touch for the PAT to make the score
on want The Raiders took control in downs. 70.The
you the first half when John David Shaun Jackson passed to Dolphins came back in
Francis hit Tom Watson witha Lonzo Williams for the only the second half when Micolle:
10-yard TD pass making the Cowboy TD. Scott ran for a TD. The PAT

score 60.Later Kay Allen had a TD and an failed leaving the Dolphins..
down in the half a 28 yard extra point for the Dolphinsand one point down at76."' '
to cut on run by Rickie Osteen set up a Jason lluggins: also ran The Dolphins ':managi'd 1'I'1f"f
your Francis to Robert Baswell for .an extra point for'the more TD on a 1:1: yard rurl! by
pass for a TD. Drew Davisran Dolphins. Kay Allen to take a 12.7 li>ud
for the PAT giving the Daren Chandler ran for the
Raiders a 13-0 advantage at Raiders 19-Cowboys 0 PAT to make the final n-7
halftime. The Raiders used the Dolphins.
electric bill. The Raiders built their leadto running power of Drew Davis
the 19.0
Cowboys
19 points at the beginning of last overpower Wednesday Oct. 5. !Steelers 13- Raiders 7
the second half when Francisran
Davis' first run went 40 The Steelers jumped to a 15-
4 yards for a TD. for TD to make the o lead and hung on to beat the
yards a
The Steelers got their first (alders 157.
Today, everybody is trying to use less electricity. Partly to conserve usage varies among different product brands;weather conditions;size, TD when Ron Brown passed to score 60. Troy Portis scored the first
energy. But mostly to have lower-cost electric bills. location and insulation of a home; and each family's pattern of usage.) Wendell Shanks. Shanks Davis before scored half-time on a six yard and SteelerTD when he returned a
Yet don't know which You'll notice that air-conditioners the heaviest users. But scored the other Steeler TD jaunt
many consumers appliances or products use are you can passed Tom Watson for the punt for a score. Wendell
the most electricity. So they go all out trying to save money without really still keep cool, dehumidify your home, and realize substantial savingson when he ran 12 yards with an PAT to give the Raiders a 13-0 Shanks ran for the PAT givingthe

cutting down on their bills. your cooling costs by setting your thermostat at 78 degrees. If your intercepted pass. lead at the half., Steelers a 7.0 lead.

To help you choose the best ways to conserve energy we've pro- thermostat isn't marked in degrees, place a good thermometer in a room The Steeler defense scored

vided the chart below. Itemized are"typical" appliance usage figures out of the air-conditioning flow to be sure you're maintaining 78 degrees.In next catching Drew Davis in
the end zone for a safety
based both on Florida Power & Light research and industry-wide addition to the information below our booklet "HOW TO SAVE Jordan Agency At starke making the score 90.

statistics. These figures are intended strictly as examples in that they MONEY ON YOUR ELECTRIC BILL"!: will give you many helpful tips on 9645237 Before halftime Shanks

reflect the average operating costs of various appliances. However, they energy conservation. And it's free, at any FPL office. Because at FPL, we burst 40 yards for a TD giving i

are a helpful guide to effective cost-cutting. (Also keep in mind that power want to help you save. HORSES the Steelers a 15-0 edge.
!Mokio Chandler scored the "

only Haider TD on a one yard
Typical Energy Requirements of Electric Household Appliances run in the second half.
I Chandler hit Drew Davis with :
Est-kwh"" Est. Est.kwh."* Est. DEDICATED TO SERVING YOUR INTEREST a pass for the conversion
Electric Product Used Monthly Monthly Cost Electric Product Used Monthly Monthly Cost making the final score 157.


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DDS Faces Tough; Test Iri 5th Ranked WaycrbSs. .: t 'I


Tornado '... eI \
gridders will
travel '
to Waycross. Georgia states David Bradford} (Head Coach stop the two' Gator backs if,, had trouble holding, onto the week The veteran Tornado ball in real good shape, the Barnes, number 15. 165-11, has Best Gator offensive
tomorrow night (Friday, Oct Hurse. Tornado BHS'is[ to win; Coach Hurse. football. The Gators laid the coach feels the two teams are BHS scouting report says. The quick J feet, reads well, and lineman is tackle Alan Blount \tt'
14)) to take on Ware County coaches went to see Ware says ball on the ground five times pretty evenly matched. offensive backs are explosive. throws adequately Barnes number 70, 180-12. Blount is ,
High, currently 5-0 and ranked County play one Saturday On the encouraging side for in the Cairo( game last week. "Whoever makes the fewest The offense is basic, like the can throw back against the fast and has excellent '
fifth in its class in the state. night and scouted the Gators BHS, running back Marvin Hurse is counting on the mistakes will probably win Tornadoes.The grain and will throw to left technique. The left tackle Kip I
Bradford High last week Tyson was able to practice at defense of Coach Mike Sextonto ( this football game," Coach Gators will run big halfback Jack Williams to the Green; number 63-213-12. is '
their coaches are Ware County has a fullback full speed Tuesday for the first play a tough football game' Hurse says. Howard number 33, off back side of the.backfield at big and quick The Gators like
preparing Tornadoes for the likes of which the. Tor time in over a week BHS is and hoping his offense can put As a team the Ware County tackle, on the power sweep least 25-30 percent of the time. to run behind the two tackles. )
a tough test BHS beat a young nadoes haven't faced this, depending on Tyson's some points on the board this Gator offense comes (off the and use him on the dive bet I'
Ware County team 35-7 here season Coach Hurse says. in ''quickness and speed to ween guard and center. ", '
last season in t the
; first meeting Calvin Howard number 33, '''counter the quickness of the Defensively the Gators "
of the two eleven clubs. But the who is tabbed a big powerful small but quick Gator squad. BHS LooksBetteInVolleyball show several alignments. \CENTRAL: WALL j I
Waycross left II
.
Starke
and
in Ware Co
and went explosive runner, and a Tyson pulled a hamstring. Basically runs a I
state on to the Georgia good blocker. Howard 190-12 the Clay High, game split-40, a four man line with I
playoffs. is one of the best backs in the the tackles gapped and two FURNACE 1 1By
It could be a different story state of Georgia, the BHS Fullback Doug Reddish also linebackers in the big hole, the 'j
this season when the two scouting report states practiced at lull speed WinThe same defense Buchholz (
teams meet on the home field In addition Ware County Tuesday after being held out employed.But Seigler i
of the Gators. The Ware High has Timmy !McCray, number Monday with a'sore leg and the Gators also use a six
is 22, a 175 pound junior who Tornado girls man front, and run the seven
team a year older and ex chest from a rough) game with volleyball Gainesville regrouped and
perienced. BHS lost some played halfback until last Gainesville Easlside. team picked up their third win came back to win 15-13 as the diamond at times. The Last Word In Comfort,
players off its 9-2 squad of last week when he was switched to, Both Reddish and Tyson of the season Tuesday, Oct. 11, Tornado serve went cold "We've got our work cut out
season, including a veteran quarterback McCray has true being healthy Tuesday gave when they stopped Palatka in about the time the Caines this week," says Offensive
backfield, and the Tornado( speed, BUS coaches say. and Coach Hurse a big lift. The two games 15-13 and 1510. offense caught tire Line Coach Bob Hancock, BTU '; '
offense is having its problemsthis will be dangerous. offense is having problems Bradford High played better Coach Inez Harvey blamed "This week we'll have to 65,000 ;L
season. IitherIct'ray! or Howard enough without two of his than they had all season in the over confidence for the loss. depend on quickness more .. 111I11'
"Offensively. Ware County could break a long run at any starting'' backs being hurt, first game as they worked for than anything else. We've got ,- '
is better than last year time: both are dangerous. The Nurse said Monday. the spike, set well and played BUS 9-12 to use our heads" as well as Heats
Tornado defense will have to Like BHS Ware County has together as a team. SF ISIS physical ability. .. ..
Emma Murphy and Janice The Tornadoes had to fight Gator defensive tackles are
Jockel both set the ball for from far back in both Robert Maine, number 50, 155- Up ToRooms ,, ". .
I BHS Girls First At Betty Jean Hudson[ spikes In Oct.:. 6 against Santa Fe games but 12, the team's best defensive ... \ ,: '
Vanguard the game. Murphy and Jockel both times fell short as they lineman and Mike Hannat ". ;J' ".
V also( helped in the serving lost 15-9 and 1512. number 62, 160-12. End Shaw 6 \. ;: ;

The Bradford girls cross and many of the JV runners day with John Tatum as the department each picking up In the opener BHS fell Anderson, number one, is 180-
country team took a first and finished ahead of varsity finisher in fourth place four points each while ser behind 6-0 but fought back 10, and Burt Davis number "
fourth in this weeks top ving. before Santa Fe the 71, 165-12. -
competition runners from North Marion put gameon '
while the boys team and Ocala Vanguard with 16:10.: Other finishers Other scorers were Sandra ice 159. Biggest defensive Gator : I : ..... .1111
finished last in both meets. Cindy Griffith was first with were: Todd Simons seventh, Barnes with four points and Santa Fe, the 1975 and 1976 player is {linebacker Steve t t
The girls scored a perfect 15 a time of 11:09.:( Laura Chase, 15:28: ; Frank Coss, 17th, 18:56: ; Eva Pete with three points.In AA runner-up in volleyball Stalver, number 44, 190-12. n'l. '")jj
in a triangular meet at Ucala just coming off a bout with the Donald Wilson 18, 19:30: ; the second game the used a strong serve in the first Linebacker Bruce Mobley, : "
Vanguard on Tuesday and the flu took second with an 11 ::47. William Cooper, 19th 19:53: ; Tornadoes played sloppier but game to dominate the Tor number 88, is 17012. The Wall Thermostat-Keeps '' ,
times were good, too good Linda Kichardson was third at Reggie Brown, 20th, 20:15.: won by a bigger margin 15-10. nadoes. outside linebackers are Jack !( I'1 t j '
Sandra Barnes and Jancie Williams, number 21, 165-11
according to Coach Melba 12.4i.: : Judy llankerson was JV girl finishers were: Even Temperature, l't
Jockel both served for five and James Mathis, number 4,
}Howard. fourth at 12:4R.;: Virginia Nancy McNeal Valarie In the second game the
"The course had 1ha rd Crawford took fifth with a Chandler. Melissa Winkler, points in the game. Raiders built a 11-1 lead but 160-12. Counter Flow-Pulls
surface and was mostly downhill 12:55.:) Luana Mundorff and Jane The Tornadoes used very the Tornadoes came back to The Gator secondary is
and may have been a little Saucer. little spiking{ or setting in the tie the game at 12-12. Tight composed of safety Tony Unused Heat Off Ceiling And Spreadsit
short so our time looked better Hounding out the topseven At the Lee Invitational in second game and did more calls by the officials forced Tanner, number 10, 145-10;
than we ran" Howard said. runners were Robin Schweda Jacksonville on Saturday the bumping.The play away from spiking and and Mark/ Dorsett number 7, Back Evenly Over The Floors Where
The timers were seeing red with a 12:5: !) and Tamara girls finished fifth out of 14 win lifted the BHS setting to a more conservative 145-12, and Jeff Chastain
at the finish line as BUS Kthridge with a 11:13.: : teams and the boys were last record to( 3-5 for the season. bump style of play. number 11, the team's best You Need It. Economical to Install And
runners finished 1-2-3-4-5-7-9 The boys had another tough in a nine team field. In other games: pass+ defender.
BUS 15-8-13 Favorite receiver of the Economical to Operate
The
girls team was still The Raiders did to
manage
operating without Merri CHS 13-15-15 out the second Gators is tight end Chris $9 Q95
Kitchens Ties For Ormsbee who has tendomtis in BHS lost a heart breaker but pull Coach Harvey game said 15-12 she Taylor, number 8221612. The Rear And Side Vents sCU J
her knee and Laura Chase Tuesday Oct. 4 when was pleased with the improvement big tight end is a good blocker.
mate
I who was out with the flu. dropped a three game her team made. doubles down well, blocks the At Small Extra Cost Plus' .'Installation' '
to Gainesville.The monster well, has good speed
Cindy Griffith the
was
Mens Flag LeadKitchens finisher top Tornadoes took the first catches the ball well. In short .
taking fourth with
; a Emma Murphy was the top SAWYER SLADEGAS
time of 1241.: Linda game 15-13 behind the strong scorer in the first game with Taylor is a super light end. \
Richardson took serving of Emma Murphy who The Gators throw 14-}3
27th Virginia while
Tile moved into a Prevail prevented the tie Crawford 30th served seven points and five points Terry times a game and at least 25- & APPLIANCE
Judy Parrish and Jean
tie Sunday Oct 16.A Ilh when he ran 10 yards fora TD Jancie Jockel who served for Betty 30 percent of the time to
Hankerson 32nd Robin Hudson tied for lead in the
liadcock Furniture for the in the final minutes of the five. Taylor. Split end Travis 964-7701
lIl'n's"lag! League Lead game to give Merchants: a Schweda McNeal 37th and Nancy In the first game the Tornadoes second game with four points Peavy, number 80, 175-10. is i.
following u :)4-0) win over the MM3! : win.Iitchl'ns. 42nd got good spiking from each. the number 2 receiver. 332 W. Madiaon St. i.p
Country Boys and a tWI -team Badcocks Regular quarterback Adam
and Jean
are Betty Hudson and good
forfeit between Draw Tito and Only AAA school to finish Today, Oct. 13, at 7 p.m. In
now tied with a 4-1 record. from Eva Pete Janice
better the \
than BHS Jack Gainesville Tornadoestake
Itadfock.Kitchens. Draw Tile and the Merchants Tallahassee was and Emma Murphy.In undefeated Buchholz.On I
Leon. Deland on
:n\& Bays
arc lied with u 2-3 record. the second match BHS{
took first place with Tuesday BHS meets Santa
a of
Kitchens, behind the rising score
l.VK'I and the had with
Country Boysare problems position(
Fe at home at 7 I
p.m.
of> 'harlie Green, scored four lied for last with a 1-4 43The and serving as they droppedthe
boys, who had been
second half TD's to the
stop recordIn 15-8. Janice Jockel
Country Boys ;34-0. training heavily prior to( the game TRAVEL ADVENT R how to
the Sunday Oct 16. 1245: meet, had another served for three points in the :
tireen passed to Tomm>' opener Kitchens meets rough trip. game. EDUCATIONSee
Uttldish to get Kitchens on the lIal cock to settle first place. John Tatum finished 32nd to The Tornadoes thought
hoard in the I lie=f half and At :1! 15 t: Merchants: take on pace the BHS boys team. had the match put away In they the Chief Kelly US Navy
passed to Gene :Melvin for the the 'ounlry Buys and at 3:30: Other Simons finishers 35th William were Todd third game when Janice Recruiting Station Starke saue 35%/ f o G0%, on ;,
extra to make the Cooper !
point score Draw Tile meets LWCI 4ird: and Jockel served nine straight Monday 10 A.M.,Til 2 P.M., .
Reggie' Brown 54th. .
;.0 at t half lime. .
Green' went to work in the ... ", .... n", rw .w,W r ..r.rn.tf ,.- -"..points to give BHS a OOeaO.. /, Bi4tltardSquere r" (' -"'P" -
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PUBUC HEARING CIVIL ACTIONIN by given that the undersigned Meeting Room Bradford By: Isl Gilbert S. Brown, REQUEST FOR BIDS "p.m. A costume judging of
NOTICE William D. and Ginger B. County Courthouse Starke, GILBERT S. BROWN, Clerk BID NO.7-1017-1 by Cheryl Douglass and old will be at 7:30:
FEDERAL REVENUE FUNDS THE CIRCUIT COURT Brown 1024 Raiford Road Florida on Monday. November 10/132tchg 10/20 The Bradford County School Phone 473-2421 young will be given to
Awards
t. THE CITY COMMISSION OF EIGHTH JUDICIAL Starke Florida 32091, doing 7. 1977. will consider the Board requests bids for the HOPE BAPTIST' CHURCH p m.,
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CITY OF STARKE WILL HOLD CIRCUIT OF FLORIDAIN business under the firm name of adoption of an Ordinance NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO repair of ten boilers located worship, old In the
: 'I 1 A PUBLIC HEARING ON AND FOR BRADFORD "PEE-WEE NURSERY," 202 N. relating to: REGISTER within the School District.Bid church; children's worship, and scariest award youth for
Thompson St., Starke Bradford old church; 11 a.m.; morning group. Only one
; BUDGETED FEDERAL COUNTY FICTITIOUS NAME prices are to be held' valid In the adult
i REVENUE FUNDS. Tuesdsy7:00p.m. County, Florida, 32091, Inlands AN ORDINANCE RELATINGTO for 46 days. worship, new church 11 a.m.; most original
CIVIL ACTION to register said fictitious name THE ISSUANCE PER- Pursuant to Section 866.09 evening worship, 7:15: p.m.; group. So put on your costume
: 1977, October25th AT OF Florida Bids are to be opened at the
Statutes notice Is here- and come and have a big time
f THE CITY HALL, STARKE under the provisions of aforesaid MITS TO CARRY CONCEALED School Board Meeting to be Wednesday night prayer
by that the
given undersigned with us.Attractions.
meeting, 7:30pmPERSONALS: .
FLA. In re: The Matter of the statute. PISTOLS; PROVIDING A Lyndle Kirtley, P.O. Box 681, held October 17, 1977, at 7:00: will include a
Merrill Edwards Adoption of DONALD ROBERT William D, and Ginger B. PURPOSE; REQUIRING AN p.m, Put "BID No. 7-1017-1"
Keystone Heights Florida on cake walk hayride fishpond
Plaintiff Brown, owners APPLICATION Get well wishes this week go ,
City Clerk CHURCH FEE; 32656 doing business under the outside of envelope containingyour to William Carter in Alachua duck chase (catch a duck and
City of Starke Dated this 6th day of October, PROVIDING A PROCEDUREFOR bid.
firm name of "THE WOOD General take him home) pick-a-
77-418 A.D. 1977 at Starke, florida. CONSIDERATION Hospital.
Case No. THE
10/13/ OF The Board
1tcho reserves the
10/6 4tpd 10/27 APPLICATIONS BOX, Highway 21, Melrose right Visiting Mr'and Mrs. J.D. pocket, dunking tub, country
S ; Florida/ 3266S 'Intends to to accept or reject any and/or all Griffis and families and Mrs. store, sponge throw, and
NOTICE OF SUIT- ESTABLISHING CRITERIA TO
register said fictitious name bids and to waive any bidding Rhoda Dampier over the refreshments (hot dogs
NO PROPERTYTO IN THE CIRCUIT COURT BE CONSIDERED; PROVIDINGFOR under the provisions of aforesaid Irregularities. weekend boiled anddrinks
2 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF RENEWAL was Mrs Pauline popcorn; peanuts
PERMITS
: FLORIDA EIGHTH JUDICIAL DEWEY CLIFFORD EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF ESTABLISHING ; statute. Specify when your companywill Sears a relative from Ocala. )with.a turkey shoot for
: FLORIDA be able to begin work and
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR Lyndle Kirtley, owner. J.D. Payton returned home the adults.
and all other FALSIFICATION
BRADFORD COUNTY DOUGHERTY IN AND FOR BRADFORD OF IN- Dated this 13th day of October approximate amount of time it from Alachua General All proceeds will go the 4.11
FLORIDA. Interested parties.. COUNTYCIVIL FORMATION REQUIRING VIOLATION; A.D. 1977 at Starke, will require to complete the job Hospital. Club and fire department.
ACTION PHYSICAL Florida SPECIFICATIONS FOR Amanda of This will be returned to
IN RE: ESTATE OF Loper daughter money
YOU ARE HEREBY POSSESSION OF
LOIS PEEK FERRYMAN IN RE: The Marriage of THE PERMIT; 10/13/ 4tpd 113NOTICE BID NO.7-1017-1 Mr. and Mrs Edward Loper the community In the
Deceased NOTIFIED that an action for THOMAS I I. BYRNES, husbandand PROVIDING A PROCEDUREFOR 1 1. Complete' replacementwhere celebrated her third birthdaywith following ways. The 4-H will
adoption has been filed against BARBARA J. BYRNES PENDING AP- needed and repairs to
a party. Cake and home- use their money for their
i NOTICE OF you Dewey Clifford Dougherty wife PLICATIONS; PROVIDING FOR OF INTENTIONTO boilers at each school center. made ice cream was served to community project.. The fire
I ADMINISTRATIONTO and all other interested parties CASE NO. 77-439 SEVERABILITY; PROVIDINGAN REGISTER 2. Itemize repairs including: al) 18 guests. department will use their
ALL PERSONS HAVING and you are required to serve a NOTICE OF SUIT EFFECTIVE DATE. FICTITIOUS NAME Type of boiler; bl) Condition of 4-11 NEWS money for fire fighting equip-
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS copy of your written defenses, if NO PROPERTYTO YOU ARE FURTHER GIVEN Pursuant to Section 865.09 each boiler; cl) Cleaning fireside The 4-H is sponsoring a ment.

AGAINST THE ABOVE ESTATE any to it, on the plaintiff's at. : THOMAS J. BYRNES NOTICE that a copy of said proposed Florida Statutes notice is and waterside of each boiler; dl) Halloween carnival, October Plans are still\ in full swing
torney whose name and ad- YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat Ordinance is available for hereby given that the undersigned Each boiler fire-tested
adjusted for the
AND ALL OTHER PERSONS ; 21, with a country store as one turkey shoot and open
INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE: dress isDudley: an action for dissolution of your Inspection at the office of Lyndle Kirtley P.O. Box e)All safety controls checked to of the main events. Anyone house by the Theressa
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat P. Hardy, Esquire marriage has been filed against the Clerk of the Circuit Court, 581, Keystone Heights Florida prove safe operations; II) All wanting to donate items for Volunteer Fire Department

the administration of the Pierce & Hardy, P.A. you THOMAS J. BYRNES and Bradford County Courthouse 32656 doing business under the electrical and mechanical con- the store please call Mrs. Gail October 15, from 11 a.m.to 2
Estate of LOIS PEEK P.O. Drawer 1030 you are required to serve a copyof Starke Florida. firm name of "KEYSTONE trols checked and repairs for Jordan, 4733473. p.m. at the intersection of SR.
"
PERRYMAN deceased. File Starke Florida 32091 your written defenses if any EACH AND EVERY PERSON HEALTH CLUB, Highway 21, safe operation made; gl) Your FIRE DEPARTMENT IS and SR-100 near Raleys

Number 77.401.CD. is pending to it, on the plaintiff's attorney having any interest whatever In Melrose Florida 32666 intendsto cost as per boiler; hYour) In two special meetings last Store. Fire fighting equipmentwill
and file the original with the whose name and address is the enactment of this proposed register said fictitious name written on all repairs
guarantee be
I in the Circuit Court for Bradford week of the Theressa 4-H and on display In honor of
County Florida Probate clerk of the above styled courton DUDLEY P. HARDY Esq. Ordinance should appear and be under the provisions of aforesaid and materials used. the Theressa Volunteer Fire National Fire PreventionWeek.
or before October 29, 1977: Pierce & Hardy. P.A. heard at the time and place statute. Company Name" .
Division the address of which is Department it was decided to
otherwise a judgement may be herein prescribed Lyndle Kirtley
I Starke Florida The personal P.O. Drawer 1030 owner. Address a HalloweenCarnival
representatives of the estate are: entered against you for the relief Starke Florida 32091 BOARD OF COUNTY COM-- Dated this 13th day of October Signature (Authorized Repre- at the Theressa Salven liquid typewriter

EMMETT KEY PERRYMAN, JR demanded in the complaint or and file the original with the MISSIONERS A D. 1977 at Starke, sentative! Community Center October cleaner THE: OFFICE SHOP

and COMER PEEK PERRYMAN, petition. clerk of the above styled courton BRADFORD COUNTY, Florida. 21. Ph. 9<>4.3761.MMiir .
whose addresses are: 1829 or before November 17th FLORIDA. 10/13/ 4tpd 11/3 Itchg 10/13 The event will begin at 7

Kenmore Avenue, Bethlehem, WITNESS my hand and the 1977: otherwise a judgementmay
Pennsylvania 18018 and 141 seal of said Court on September be entered against you for

West Madison Street Starke 20. 1977. the relief demanded in the 7
Florida, 32091 The name and complaint or petition. ?< EtaGLE
address of the personal repre Gilbert S. Brown WITNESS my hand and the f.l Thursday, Friday
sentatrves' attorneys are set As Clerk of said Court seal of said Court on October 11,
By: Beulah M. MoodyAs 1977.
forth below. and Saturday!
DISCOUNT sroites
All persona having claims or Deputy Clerk GILBERT S. BROWN As Clerk GLASswARE SET''

demands against the estate are 9/29 Uchg 10/lU of Said Court wivn any 910
required WITHIN THREE (131 -------------- By: Marian !McRae As Deputy or moralaymrayl

MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Clerk
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF REGISTER 10/134tchg 11/3/ SaleJoin

THIS NOTICE, to file with the FICTITIOUS NAME
Clerk of the above Court a Pursuant to Section 865.09 nniversary

written statement of any claimor Florida Statutes notice is I \will not be responsible for
demand they may have Each hereby given that the under- any debts incurred by anyone
claim. must be in writing and signed Donald W. Helle, P.O. other than myself ; Mk
must indicate the basis for the Box 95, Hampton Fla. 32044, Chester Lewis Day the savings celebration! .
claim the name and address of doing business under the firm 1tpd 10/13
the creditor or his agent or' name of "HEL-LE BEE FARM -

attorney and the amount P.O. Box 95, Hampton, ( &>
claimed. If the claim is not yet Bradford County Florida ORDINANCE NO.775BRADFORD r1
due the date when it will 32044, intends to register said COUNTY t i 1 gf SUPER SAVINGS
'fr?
become due shall be stated. If fictitious name under the pro' FLORIDA I i ''lfl .., ON FASHIONABLE
NOTICE OF INTENT TO fIe 'f .
the claim is contingent or unll visions of aforesaid statute J in ., MEN'S DOUBLE
FAGS rtllt'llV rl.
quidated the nature of the Donald W Helle, owner. CONSIDER THE ADOPTION OF ; q p +; KNIT SLACKS!!
dpLD&NI ::
uncertainty shall be stated. If the Dated this 29th day of AN ORDINANCE RELATING TO tI = !i.... -Jll'-ll-J' \'
claim is secured the THE ISSUANCE OF PERMITSTO !, I.: n a
security September, A D 1977 at f -
shall be described. The claimant Starke. FlorIda. CARRY CONCEALED i cr,; 11I1,"" ; V6.88&A '

shall deliver sufficient copies of 9'29 4tpd 10/20 PISTOLS; PROVIDING A Y .
the claim to the Clerk to enable PURPOSE; REQUIRING AN SAVE 12-17% ,Y'
APPLICATION FEE I I' ( Y: **.'.. a value thai cant btii -
the Clerk to mail one copy to -- ------------ ; FRUIT-OF-THE-LOOM *. U
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beat1
rt ...< |\ \\ Top quality polyenler
each personal representative NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO PROVIDING A PROCEDUREFOR WAS UP "I H- '%.V..' ( ft 1 hn''< In" clasmic. tlacfc tyle
All persons interested in the REGISTER CONSIDERATION OF THE T0_ 3.88 ,,! > V5. I I //1\ \ And al, such a low price1'
J i i i i 4 Chooftt "Irons ttrihinti solid
estate to whom a copy of this FICTITIOUS NAME APPLICATIONS; % ; .
po S
3-pack polyester/cotton knit plaid men's tictm 29.42L'f
J
Notice of Administration has ESTABLISHING CRITERIA TO .
briefs or T-shirls S. M L XL
been mailed are required, Pursuant to Section 865.09 BE CONSIDERED; PROVIDINGFOR .
WITHIN THREE (13)) MONTHS Florida Statutes notice is here- RENEWAL PERMITS; I SdYEZC2. UN '" ,/ r-1..t....,
FROM THE DATE OF THE by given that the undersignedHarry ESTABLISHING .... .M50. GARDEN HOSE r '-- : \to .1

FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS Collier 1126 N. ThompsonSt. FALSIFICATION OF IN- : '. .
NOTICE to file any objectionsthey .. Starke Florida, 32091 and FORMATION AS A :;,5.77Nylon : [ -.... ZV?:-' ....

may have that challengesthe Linda Adams 907 Faxon Lane VIOLATION: REQUIRING 'r'.
0r? ;
validity of the decendent'sWill Starke, Florida. 32091, doing PHYSICAL POSSESSION OF vinyl. lolid rmlorced brats coupling heavy duly, for ,' | '' \ 1 ..
the qualifications of the business under the firm name of THE PERMIT: PROVIDING A I ..
aAYE f
personal representatives or the "THE BIRD'S NEST." 212 E. PROCEDURE FOR PENDING : _*- converse"SAVE I '
venue or jurisdiction of the Call Street, Starke Bradford APPLICATIONS; PROVIDING ; 1.13CONVERSE J
Court County, Florida 32091 intendsto FOR SEVERA- SNEAKERSWERE /
ALL CLAIMS DEMANDS register said fictitious name BILITY.PROVIDING; AN EFFECTIVE J t.
AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO under the provision of aforesaid DATE, f 1" I t: 3.90 6.81 r g

FILED WILL BE FOREVER statute. r Jack Purc ir style w/w.dge J
BARRED. Harry Collier and Unda TO: ALL CITIZENS TAXPAYERS 2 yllo j pnlte i arch cushion irreg. 1.12 Y \ }'.'I.. I
Date of the first publication of Adams owners AND OTHER INTER- LiQUId l a i::1
'
this Notice of Administration Dated this 6th day of October ESTED PERSONS ,I ,

Sept 29, 1977 A.D. 1977 at Starke Florida. YOU AND EACH OF YOU are / ;; >> !
10 6 4tpd 10/27 hereby and herewith given VALUE PLUS! ; q I \ r1
EMMETT KEY PERRYMAN notice in accordance with \ ,
2 GAL. POOL CHLORINE
As Co-Personal Representative NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Section 125.66, Florida \\1 .-
of the Estate of Lois Peek REGISTER Statutes, that the Board of PRICED Ci"TF l r
y if -
Perryman County Commissioners of Brad- \.
FICTITIOUS NAME r
Eagle a top quality liquid )
ford County Florida at a regular
.
chlorine two -gal |ug / 100 VALUE PLUS
COMER PEEK PERRYMAN Pursuant to Section 865.09 meeting to be held at 10:00: A MIn SAVE 17Y
l As Co Personal Representativeof Florida Statutes notice is herp- the County Commission fI I HOPSACK CASUALS DENIM RANCH JACKET MEN'S FASHION JEANS

Perryman the Estate of Lois Peek I SAVE::3" WAS 344Wa.h.bl. WAS 6.88 PRIG 5. 94

SCRUGGS CARMICHAEL \ EVERY THURSDAY DISPOSABLE i Rugged cotton denim w/snap a*tached denim ,n aiiorlndcolor '
LONG TOMLINSON \ : \.II LIGHTER .f.,crap.* aolim lightweight/ Six..7.12.PtNEa upp .- closure.,. fancy 'trim S to XL A ,'lyle. M.n. 29 IB

HELPLING ROSCOW.& YOUNGBY PRIDGEON ,<,r \C \.l-,/ / DAY \ 8 CV t l

: WILLIAM N. LONG, In. S Q 1ALL WAS SAC ;... :.V
drvidually and for the firm ,'" BrazierFries / RI .
Big
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Post Office Drawer "C" .::"' -::: BEEF \ ;

((904)Gainesville) 3766242Attorneys!, Florida 32602 f---- = : & Shake 130Z SAVE250/0 SPRAY /I;', 4

for Co-Personal \..-( ENAMEL IN I WASASO'm ., ." .
Representatives o $ ASST COLORS hiia d ,
9/292tchg 10/6 .I-\'Jrfl' 99" BBC SAVE 126 '
------------- ; ,n. SUEDE WORK BOOTSMEee594 \ r'l
f WAS L4'? ; ,

NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO r 4). &. /1,1/1, '\
REGISTER \ ,. "(, I
f' : f.l-j. Vulcanued crape loll ft )
FICTITIOUS NAME I I'' u .. tuede uppers In tin 7.n. 4 I i
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN ... .-"
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that the ., ... \' :== ,
undersigned in compliance Breakfast .
with the provisions of .t,::!== '-"" SAVe 13% VALUE_ PLUS!

Florida Statutes 1975 Chapter For t.. a} l.,y f fu -r I i 1I( l! !I .... .. LONG SLEEVE SHIRTS KNIT SPORT SHIRTS ,A
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866 09, will ;
Clerk of the Circuit register Court with in and the Every Taste I .,: __ 1 ." .,-, ''I I { *WERE*** 3.43 DISC PRICE '\;
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for Bradford County Florida ,. I
611 AM Duly, : ; : VALUE I No-iron .polyetter/eotton. ..n.olld. Pullover tlyle.in lOO'tpolyeiter,
the delicious name to-wit: c ..|pall.rna. men.50.s.r Top colors mess sute.3Q"7.

CAMP KEYSTONE Eggs Ham Bacon In t-- ::::;?. SPORT/DUTY OXFORD .urt!

Sausage. Hashbrowns : ; DISC s 4
under which fictitious name we! II dL W !), ;; PRICE 3 88 1 :'
shall engage in business in the Grits S Buttermilk Biscuit, "" ... .' ./ ; I TO I j
: 3s
State of Florida and shall have __ : Chuee 10. EMtr. .-.. .White vinyl uppm crepe.
alee Vromene. 5.10.
suet a 1"
our principle place of business ,... :;i r
located on Lake Bedford, eight ama a 10' ExtnP #
(181) miles southeast of Starke : J
Florida; and it IS owned solely by 0 7.j .
Every Monday Tuesday J.i '1 "
The Salvation organized Army and a existing corporation HAP / IOC% ; :: a GE1fJ \

under the laws of the State of CY /j
Georgia but authorized and permitted at I Ae'tF HAMBURGER..2S. \ ,+ WA i
to do business the *
in
FRENCH FRIES.........,....25 .i
State of Florida as per Certificateof TWO' VALUE PLUSIASSORTED !

the Secretary of the State of YALE WORLP.,EST sBIT' OQ SHAKE.........25': PLASTICSDISC. ( ) h' J. StSAYE
Florida dated September 10 '* "
1928 (said Certificate being DQ SUNDAE...................25' PRICE. 88- SAVE 1WOMEN'S/% VALUE PLUS! 1t.% x

authorized by a legislative actionof KNIT TOPS WOMEN LINGERIE POLYESTER SLACKS

1927 which authorizes non plastic fade home laundry a sturdy baikel,molded round C : =: 2 $5 DISC. .1.96bydoll 2w512R$7 ni..
profit corporations to do DAIRY DESSERT or rectangular nxslebaUel.. R PRICE ;
business under the laws of pail' cutlery Map or a round wall in leatie ...., :
Cowl neck elylinj wish cap.l..e.s. or length and floe ..
Florida) .CO 70 CALORIES THAT TASTE recungular dishpant owl ., flue color S. M.L. nylon r/lace trim. In S, M,L. fashion colors! misse" .1 I.g is. ne
The Salvation Army n the sole LIKE A MILLION :!
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owner of this Camp. :1'
THE SALVATION ARMY EAOLE.THE CONVENIENT FAMILY DISCOUNT STORES ISO LOCATIONS! IK

By: lal Ernest W. Holz C!. VANILLA 6-PACKS ll'C.
Commander. ., CHOCOLATE PINTS

Altgood McPherson Stewart ft ... ro.c,_... STRAWBERRY CUPS EI: 312 W.. MADISON ST. STARKE, FLA. "

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Phone: 964-6683 LCATffl.

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DELL CHAPTER
168 O.E.S. Greater Allen Chapel A. PERSONAL SERVICE SALE SALE Ia;
Dell Chapter 168 will meet M.E. Church ..JFOR FOR '
I The West !"; fiA.t 1 <
Thursday night, October 13, at Jacksonville District dX! ?*J 205 N. TEMPLE [
Prayer ------------
8 All members G"e YourselfA MERCURY MONTEGOi 'h. ,
p.m. are asked STARKEFLORIDAPREFERREDPROPERTIES
Meeting started Monday nightat JR. REAMES HEATER SALE ON PLANTS Potted LIVESTOCK Brahman
.to be present. 7:30: to Friday night Oct. Newer lookA 1913.BrouhamV8.pS, PB, CLEANING AND REPAIR) and banging. baaket. Rooted calve,registered and grade.
Bradford NAACP will meet 14, for the District Revival. AC.Phone AM/FM 4 door. 1,800. Winter I I. coming.Its tone to cuttings, lOe and 25e each.Reaes Old enough to wean, young

:Tuesday October 18 at 8 p.m. Preaching will begin conteriipurary 7 A.dy.1013OLDSMOBILEi 964-8578 alter have your .beaters and hibiscus, bodge enough to halter-break and
at Greater Allen Chapel Oct. 16 at Sunday, letterhead can pJB. Itpd fu/naee cleaned and plants, fruit trees, axaleas gentle. Some would make
A.M.E. Church. All membersand is invited.7:30: p.m.The public make all checked. Call Jr. Reanestoday. and camellia. Special prices nice fulr exhibits. 5 ml. 3 BR 2 bath 1 J650 sq. ft. frame home with CH / A on .
interested citizens sorts of 1969 VUU 782-3329 or 9648962. en all. Antiques, old bottles, South ofStarkeon 301. Billle Vt acre on U.S. 301 South of Starke, $28,500. Have to '
invited to attend. are Mrs. Ethel D. Bainster, difference to a Cruller Station Wag,.. Ttpd depression. glass, old J".., L. Gladwell, phone 9648613. see appnciatn.. :
First Lady of Gospel Songs Phon. 964-5219 ltpd 10/13 cruet A Jim Beam bottle 10/6 Ztchg 10/13

TheStateConvenlion will be will appear at Greater'Alien Business. ALCOIiOLICSANONYMOUS. CARNES NURSERY 23 ml Good looking brick rancher.Well-built with CH-'A'on f.r ; :

held in Orlando October 21.23. Chapel October 28 at 8 p.m. 1968 PLYMOUTH F'iJi' T4 Phone 964- SE of Starke on Hwy 100 at TWIN BED) good condition. I Urge lot on Madison St.
.Members are invited to at You are Invited. UE rn.Ill1JeGJVlW door. run good. Ph.a. 782- 6894 or 964-7619. TF Ichl Florahome, Phone 659-2165. Phone 782.3366. Itchg 106I Nearly new. If you are .I
minded (and
(tend. Pleasant 3366. tl/chg Itchg 10/13 economy who Isn't then days you
Grove United can walk to stores and church.. So well Insulated

The Day Care Center and Methodist Church: Every first 135 W. Call St. BRADFORD SEPTIC PIGS;-8 weeks- -old' (18; 2 I Yr. old 30" white gas that the utility bill Is unbelievably lowl!
Head Start Programs are in and second Monday night TANK SERVICEI CALVES (60 each free range: continuous clean

.operation In the New Young Adult Choir rehearsal Starke FlaIM WANTED residential pomp-outs, (40. kittens. Phone 964-8699. oven, clock, timer, see thru Country living on four acres In 3 BR frame horn.

renovated R.J.E. wing. The 7:30p.m.: Tuesday night 7:30: t-, Feat service guaranteedPhone Itchg 10/13 oven door 150. Phone Has 2 wells, mobile home site, septic tank, 14x24
support of the communityis Young Choir'' rehearsal. i., : : :: ,, ._ ". WANTED Fomal. to ." 964-81.1. 4tpd 782-3508 Itchg 10/13 utility building small barn.
.... la 3 BR ;
cup. trailer JET PUMP Sears deepwell.convertible
needed. Wednesday night 7:30: Choir ---------
18-30.Inquire at 209 St. ------------
ago 115 or 230
CHURCH NEWS rehearsal. Thursday night 7 QUOTES BILLS SAW SHOP com- WATSON'a HOUSE
Clair St. Thuri. A Friday. volts. 3/4 HP. 40 Gal. tank OF
Greater Bethlehem p.m. Bible Study. NEEDED-Modest size homes in 15 to
Sunday Itpd 1013HIGHEST plot sharpening service, 175. Phone 964-7446. VACUUMS many brandsof 25 thousand
Freewill Baptist Church: School 10 a.m. Love-Feast 3 .u4f z ;"'-",s.I.' clre.l.r. hand carbide 10/13 Itpd now vacuums. Used price range in good repair.

Monday night in each week p.m. A rummage sale will be I ,-. \. I. I / PRICES PAID chain, mower blade hollow machines. available. Expert ;'
Tiny Tots rehearsal 7:30.: held Saturday at Sam Griffis for used stoves and refrigerator ground and balanced. Leaveat YARD SAL'EiFridaySaturday | repairs,all make Psrts andaccesaorlea Are you the "discriminating"person with money to ;

Tuesday night Prayer Store on Brownlee Street from J- *. OLIN'S MOBILE( Jackson Building Supply, Oct. 14-15. for all vacuums back up your taste for luxury yet informality? For f.

Meeting, 7:30.: Thursday night 9-2 p.m. HOMES SALES 9645606.Openjr Starke or Keystone. Height. Baby and children'ssclothea Built-in central vacuum, YOU we have on Hampton Lake: (M) Brick home i

Story Hour 7:30.: Choir No. Mt. Morlah United ::11th4eLI1Dofl days a week. tl/ehg TF/Chg___ __.:.-= bikes, other miscellaneous Avenue systems. 404 NW 10th with extra lot complete with dock and Boathouses
Gainesville. Phone
Methodist Items. 414 W. WashingtonSt. ((2)) Unpretentious, yet elegant, brick and redwood t
will rehearse 8:30-9:30: : Church: Tuesday ALUMINUM, SIDING
WANTED 0. lection Itpd 10/13 3767410. TF/Chg. !. : furnished. _____
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Thursday night. Friday night night 7:30 Prayer Meeting. ; !!jj 1t A, concrete culvert pipe 18" Awnings, gutters, window' *, 1
the Senior Choir will go to Sunday School 9:30: a.m. diameter, new er used. etc. Joseph D. Garrison, CHEvTplCK-UP: : 1970. 1/2 UTILITY BUILD1VGS:.AU Over 7000 iq. ft. CB building at 416 E. ;

Gainesville to participate in Morning Worship 11 a.m. Jfltlltta Phone 9645788. Itpd 10/6 Phone 964-6205. 8/11 tf/chg. ton. 550. BASSETT DEN aluminum, prewired re- Brownlee...Prime commercial 1 location..pricedrightl
the Gainesville Community Ebezener Baptist Church: 'lbbtaJ ------------ furniture 2 National MatchPistol ceptables light switches' !

Chorus anniversary. Saturdayat Tuesday night 7 p.m. Bible IItst4e WANTED Uidrefrigerator VACUUM CLEANER REPAIRS ., .45 cal. Phone 964- lights tongue and groove
., washers, and The creak of a barn doorl 17Vz with 2 trailer
aU makes, allmodels. 7173. 10/13 floor delivered and act acres
Itchg
the Little Church Study Thursday up.
5 m will night Prayer
p .a ktJitor stoves In good condition..
Starke Sewing. Ceitor. Financing. available, up to 48 hook-ups plus 28x70 concrete block barn with
The Junior Choir Meeting 7 Sunday School ...'. -
meet. and p.m. Phone D.h.
Dlacount.
215- East Call months ,. bathroom
Street YARD SALE: Saturday, to pay; 60 nix! I $25.000 Hurry I
Junior Usher Board will meet 9:30 a.m. Morning 11 a.m. if.c.Ooo 64-7923.. TFChgHOMES _phono! 9648312. 4tod Oct. 15, Clothe, household Suzuki of Sta.....964-6070

for rehearsal Saturday at 7 Evening Worship 6 p.m. -- > # MAtj4 """""" Hems, odds ends. 515 964-6021. 5/12 TF/chg
Sunday is Pastoral New Bethel Baptist Church 3 BR comfortable home located 718 Laura St. .
p m. Day. : FOR SALENEW FOR RENTUNFURNISHED Alton Rd. 9 n at. to 4 p.m. --- ----- --- -
Sunday School 9:30: a.m. Prayer Meeting Wednesdaynigh Phone 9645602. Itchg BAHIA HAY: Argentina,
Morning Worship 11 a.m. 7:30.: Bible Study Groups 2 BR highly fertilized phone 964. How do you buy a $25,000 home for $30,000777? Wait '

Dinner 12:30: pm Evening will meet Sunday at 5 p.m. n HOMES Low maintenance duplex, carpeting, stove, D IN i rTAiL' : Solid 6071. 7/21 tl/chg 'till next year.

Worship 6 p.m. Sunday School 10 a.m. CLASXFIEDADDeadline: brick. 3 BR.2 B.th refrigerator. No pets nrchildren. walnut. drop.loaf, 4 side --- --- -- -

First Born Church of the Philadelphia Baptist for Insertion fireplace. Keyetons area 124 N.. Myrtle St. .,h...., 2 arm chair, 2 Yes, we do have listings on Kingsley Lake. l'
Church School above Keystone V..... No 130. Phone 964-8082 after 6 leaves, 85" extended 300. GUNS FOR SALE 22's,
Living God: Tuesday night : Sunday 10 Tuesday noon preceding closing cpsts. Priced from p.m. Itpd 10/13 Traditional sofa. 85. Ph... 25's. and 38' sold at D... OF
7:45: Prayer Meeting. Friday a.m. Morning service 11 a.m. Thursday before publlcation. 135.000. Adam Builder. 9644717 after 6 p.m. Itch* mer'j.Discount. TF/Chg_ PARTICULAR INVESTMENT INTEREST:
night 7:45: Tarrying Service. Evening Worship service 4 473-2056 or 473-4078 8/18 2 FURNISHED APTS.: each 10/13 .. .. .. :_ 1. Modern ( unit apartment house or office complex. I II.

Sunday School 10:30: a.m. pm.Mt Minimum charge $2.00: tlchg' has 3 large room plus bath. LIMEROCK FOR SALE: :2. Tuck's Drive-Inn 301 South. 3. Demorest home

Home Mission 11 a m. Y.P.C. Pisgah A. M.E. Church: (Covers 15 Words) --------- --- Phone 964-8071. 1 FRONT.END LOADER for Phone 782-3172 after6 p.n. on Park Place adjacent to Starke Shopping Plaza.

and or exchange service with Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning Each word over ISis TRAILER 1973 Festival tractor. In Good condition. 7/14 tf/chg
Phone 964-6182. Itcbg 10/13 RAI FORD- Brick home and a nice rental I home ,'
Gainesville Church 6 p.m. Worship 11 a.m. lOcents partially furnished let up on KITCHENETTES apartments FOR 8 ArE: Diamond' on :
lot. S300 down, 1125 per utllitie Included needles for a beautiful acre with pecan trees. This would be ;
month.Will consider renting totally furniihed,"weekly. or BEAUTIFUL PIANO 247 different any stereo ever deal 1 for someone that works at the State Farm. \
Not for .
responsible errors ones, we" .v.tb.m .
returned from r..t.1tr..po..lbl.
I to ... .. monthly rates., Temple
NEWS"I.Uil'lIl1ESU permanent all. Dsbmer's '
Die-
BROOKER when given over the I Phone 9644133 alter 9 p.m. Motel 880 N.' Temple person cannrrangeexcellentbuy. count. Cecelia T. Terwilleaar :.
phone or when copy Is 10/6 2tchg 10/13 St.r....Phone 964-7357.10/6 Writ TFChgWe I
!'\ PERSONALSMrs. not typed and brought to 4tpd 10/27. Joe Mlnton 926-6 Dunn also have new m NEWLOCATIONI) ) I
Ave. Jax, Fla. 32218. 10/13 :205 N.TEMPLE ,
the office. ; tjj4BR.
!MONDAY. Oct. 17: Clara Mae Bishop of I FRAME HOUSE: 10/20 freezers electric I

Spaghetti with meat sauce Mobile Alabama is spendingsome _____ C = fl 2 bath only I yr. old. 3 BR bouse, furnished (160 2tchg stoves and washers. Al STARKEFLORIDAP.C (
tossed salad. green beans, time with Mrs. Pearl 1,450 squ. ft. living space, 10 per month. 3 BR mobile USED HAMMOND* IMIIMKKS: DISCOUNTPHONE PHONE 964-7776
acres completely fenced. home, 12 by 70 furnished ri
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french ORGAN 964-7923 If
fruit Excellent
cup bread and Markey. MISCELLANEOUS Phone 9645799. Ztpd 10/20 (140 per month. Phone 496- condition
milk.TUESDAY.. Mrs.Jack Jackie Braman of 2842. 10/13 895. Write Joe --- -- -- --- -
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Oct. 18: Jacksonville visited Mrs. FRAME HOUSE": You __ Mlaton, 926-6 Dunn Ave., PATIO COVERS: 10x20 for i ,

Hamburgers and Trench fries, Markey Wednesday, Oct. 5 GOOD PRICES PAID for move, 12.500. ALSO. GAS BRADFORD VILLAGE-- Jax Fla.- 32218. 10/13 2tchg (199 homes and in.tilled.mobile homes.(159unlnatalled. Floriland Realty FAULKNER .:
need 10/20
lettuce tomatoes and pickles. and Mr. and Mrs. Marston mobile home Ifmortgage STOVE. 40. Phone 964- APTS: 1 Br, modern furnished GATOR E

chocolate pudding bun and Jordan of Keystone Heightswere 5'.... OLIN'S I. 3/4 MOBILE paid or 6913. Itpd 1013BRICKBLOCK AC, carpet walk-In CHICKEN-HOUSE: 30o300. ALUMINUM Phone 372- 393N.Temple St......Fl.Ave. It.

milk. dinner guests of Mrs. HOME SALES. 964-5606. closet walled garden patio metal roof. Phone E.S. 9767. 4620 N.W. 13th St., Off.964-7700 H A R

WEDNESDAY Oct. 19: Markey and Mrs. Bishop Opea 7 daya weekly. tl/chg HOME with oll-etreet parking.. 315 98.W.Waehlngten ... Slbley, 473-4510. 10/6 2tpd GalneaviUe. 8/11 tl/chg _
Barbecued chicken. buttered Thursday Oct. 6, Mrs. ; phone 10/13' --- ---- --- NEED TO SELL
=-- 3BR. I bath LR. DR den. 8601. belt before 8 ..11I. 'i Allow' I ,
peas baked potatoe plain Markey is recuperating from NEED EXTRA MONEY? large kitchen. CilIA, 3 car tl/chg 3 BR 2 Bath Stucco U

rolls milk and carmel deviled surgery at home. She had Maybe we can help you. garage, double landscaped .1.2 .. STRAWBERRY PLANTS Home, lees than 1 yr. old. 126 S.Hater.,Florida St. rrStark I
her Oct. She Phone 473.2498 alter 6 lots with fenced ----- ---- Largo lot In L..t.,. ,
cake.TIIUIISIAY. surgery on leg 3. p.m. driveways BEDROOM furnished Certified virus (.... Ready 964-5065 '
.Ocl.. 20 appreciates all,the love and 10/6 2tpd 10113 backyard. Close to A/C. (90/mooth. : X
: Dry apartment .
for Immed shipment. Tlog I
3 BR. Near Schooled BR. .... ..,
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elementary school hospitslaad .. "- w.
beans peanut' butter cup. attention.(frpm..friends. and Phone 964.77671' 5 p.m. Sequoia, Fresno Fla.90V! ; OEOROC ROSTS Frame I. -- -- -
MOTORCYCLESHONDASi downtown. Price te sell.Phone .- Itod..! _I .. '{. City.
strawberry gelatin. butteredcorn rein tives. .f and Florldabello varieties.Write 3 BR. I bath C/II & A.
964-5103 alter 6
and sandwich or biscuit Earl Dukes. of Lake Butler for TFPERSONAL/ p.m. PRIME BUSINESS SPACE or call Dean Foster IPZURA0C.... 3 lots, out of Keystonewith custom drapes. c.rpet.dDubl. .

and milk.FltllAY.. said he appreciated the visits CB 175 and CB appt. located on' Lawrence Blvd., Nurseries, Rt. 2, Hartford tie North Tempts' Ave Lake. prlv II..... garage on I 1/4
I Oct. 21 : Pizza from his friends and relatives 75. Both lor (385 or trade. and Flamingo In Keystone Mich. 49057. Also tree color STACKE. PLORIDAnO.i Zoned trailers acres .in most desirable
lettuce and tomato from Brooker during his stayat Phone 964.S57S. 10/13 2tchg Ht.. Inquire at Standard cate.... Phone 618-621-2419. i. location. Nicely landscaped
green =
1082lehgLillian I2LIL.! ..
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beans muffin with butter Alachua General Hospitalin 10/20 SERVICENeed TF Station or phono.473-4907 I Frame house and 1 acre ---- -

milk and Gainesville. He to be --- /chg .
crust hopes
crazy peach -- OFFICE Beautiful 13 Acres estate
SPACE FOR
pie. able to return home soon. SUZUKI OF STARKE y.ar.1I space heater ETikisd; one BRapartment I large 4BR frame house RENT.Businese. with 3 BR 2 1/2 bath,
,... authorised Scull cleaned? need a new Oil or *, fnrnlehed. ten
LR family room on large swimming pool
dealer. P.... 964-6020.1640 G.. space heater? Costacti Weekly or monthly. Palm* acres, just off SR 16. patio, barbecue pit. rock
South Walnnt I 1301 south .In REGISTER OH. CO., Apartmente.2313N.TemploAve. Property on 301.
I Girl Scout News - garden, water fall, pecan
Starke.l TF/Ch. 6tchg Phone 11/3: 964-588t. 9/29 9/15 4tchg. !! ..106KliSGSLEY .-- C. Pearson 101 North. 3 DR, LR Call.964-7700 tree, many other extra.

LAKE. Winter tame house, on ten acres, You must see to ap
Janet Klmulis Junior 605 is planninga Real Estate tractor and VernleP.Odt>m .
Bv troop HELP WANTED WE BUY mobile home axles rate. Sept. June. Central equipment. Reg. Real Estate preciate.Do
Phone birthday to celebrate - -- -- -
: 9IIHO party and tI.... Pick er deliver. Heat A/C Mobile Homes Broker
Uniforms needed! If you Juliette Low's birthday. The CLERICALi-- Accurate; OLIN'S MOBILE up HOMES. cottage. Call 533-2366. 8/25 3 BR,2 Bath CB Home: CH Several commercial lots on Evenings 964-5476 you have a green

have any uniforms that you party will be Oct. 25 and a few typist with knowledge of Hwy 100 Mr eat. Open 7 daysa tlcbg & A, closed garage, nice 301. --- thumb?Plant nurrery witha

are no longer using. please surprises are expected. The bookkeeping.. Must be ableto week. phone 9645606. ----- ----- lot, quiet neighborhood 12 acres- -and- -3 -BR CBhome Pearl Andrew. Aseoc. has reported n nice 2 bath good home Income and,

contact Mrs. Pat Welty. Many first Court of Awards was held get along well with tl/chg MOBILE HOML- id country, assume 5 1/4 percent mtg with family room 2 964-7739 beautiful fireplace.

girls need uniforms this time this week. Badges that *ere people. Send complete ------_..:. furnished, children welcome. 35000. baths CII/A .Meat ofLawtey Janet M.Starting ---- -
of and would like to he earned during the summer resums with salary desiredto SEWING MACHINES Phone 964-6114 or 4734777. 7823896IMOBILE W have cOlDm..cl.1p.aporty
year we P.O. Drawer A, St...... REPAIRED all makes. 4/7 TF/chg _. 3 BR frame homo: CH & A, *
able to recycle some. Once our were awarded and patrol .. "_ __ --- -... on 301 N. & S.
32091: Itchg'" 10/13 cleaned oiled and adjusted. fenced corner lot, 15000.
'uniform closet" is leader cards were presentedto COTTAGE ON LAKE Verv nice double wide with or without buildings.Paul .
7. Work guaranteed.James
established. girls needing : Vicki Thomas. Theresa PART TIME" \\ MAN'7'toear. Strickland corner ol Morgan JOHNSON: air conditioned. Very neat furnished, screened porch added CH. HOME ---- -

uniforms may be able to Kicks and Bonnie Geiger. .for disabled lady. Phone Road and Hwy 16. tf/chg Swimming and lishlng. mobile home with largo A, on one acre lot with) I PARK II.Realtor Faulkner
of
(123/week. Phone 4732108. plenty trees.
obtain them through their Brownie troop 683 has a 964-8332. Itpd 10/13 addition. Mint see to
7/28 tl/chg --- ---- -- -- -
leader. These will be used sleepover planned at the homeof --- WILL BABY SIT laT-iy appreciate. (13.400 I Inside City Limits
----- --- -- -- Two 20-acre tracts A..oclotnlro.
uniforms and many will be the Mrs. Andrea Abrams Oct. GOOD PART.TIME IN home. Low Rates. Call 864- reasonable, just oil SR very 16 I Walk to Bradford Savors ..L. Faulkner
old style but they are still 20. Lots of fun. Brownie stew COME. Phone for appoint 7384. Itpd 10/13 KXttt ll\tFAHKII; 8.7 acres,290' on lOllS 962'd..p paved road. I Or Downtown Evening 964.5H2
little Phone 964.8719. 9/29 Office for lease : 13500.
usable. and maybe even a sleep. ment. Space -- SueaaM.BakkenEvening .

We are all glad to hear Mrs. Sounds like fun! 4tchg 10/20 South 301 |West Side] N. 36.35 acres: 1140' on US .1 I BR block house Bedford I (30 Per Month S6+-677*
Randolph. leader of Brownie All leaders assistant of New Community Bank. 301-Term. (56,500 Lajie.' I AU city Conveniences
REGISTERLPGAS Call I Fire,PolIce Protection
leaders and cookie chairmanare - Mobile Home*
is well. Her
troop 461. doing so James W.
Tompkins LAWTEY 3 BR, I bath CB homewith I Cir Gee Water and
is welcomenews. asked to meet on Tuesday. AUTOMOBILES USED969'C. n
speedy 904-752-7011
recovery I Sewer Service Poles
October 18 at the Methodist lake. (,ftv. Flo. .tl/chg 2 BR frame home completely FR, very nice
Church at 6:30: p.m. This is a luralehed Incl. new swimming" pool in town.3BR I Jo-Lu Motel
Members of Senior troop 669 tAROGood; 308 S. Thompson St.. washer A dryer. 13500. 1OO AMP
attended Senior weekend at combination registration condition, (895. Phone 964- L__ 964-8810
Camp Cho wen wag last, meeting and cookie coffee. 7S13. Itchf 10/13 964-5888 FARMFORSALEBeautiful 20Aere-just--off-SR- 225W I hath block home .In

weekend. A great time was Cookie time is closer than we SPECIAL..WUle -- -- -- -- fish pond, 2 Mobile Home Stark. City Limits. 2OO AMP!

had by all and the food was think Orders will be taken 1974FliRYPIlDoath.. they last. 24 acre farm 17 hook-ups, hog barn, Wi .UII9i 208OTUKBuar
delicious! starting Nov. 2. white, 4door. P/S. A/C acre cultivated prim (33450. ....... 'I:,
A/T, cl..., line. family c.r. 30 lb.propane farmland In strawberryand GEORGE ROBERTS JR. *
(...95. Must ... to appre cylinders 122.93 vegetable country. 4 29 Acre., US 301.(33.500 Reg.Real Estate Broker 2" thru 6" 444-1 17 w.Mn
I Troop 70 Scouts Receive Awards ciate. Ph... 9444777. Itpd acre pasture, 3 acre yard] Phone 964-7826
10/13 CASH CARRY DOCK and baralot. 3 yr. old 2460 SIA Acres VS: 301 Fast Rotary I ''L

Homo Delivery Of barn with 1220 cora crib. brick. homo, CH4.A 3 ..OpFNSaturdyA.M.LONGCHAMP. wr-r-
large
Troop 70. Boy Scouts of were scouts Jeff Belcher. 1M8 CHEVELLEi: PS:AT. Cylinder Bulk Gas 12x15 atorag bldg. BR. 2 Bath. 2 fireplaces. Drilling Equipmenl

America honored scouts Terry Belcher and Scott AC, 307 ... in.. Keystone Century old oaks. and fenced planted pasture, I
Saturday night. Oct. 8. in the Sellers. Kenny Stephens and Classic mage, AM/FM nan trese shade the .huge 195400.' : ,j STATE LICENSED
dirk Schmidt moved up to etereo 8 track. Phone 782. TIMS"0" ACHANO.r yard. 2.000 1'1. ft. ...55 5 sseeee.
First Methodist Ch.'rch ASSOCIATES
farmhouse with central 1\
Fellowship Hall. Star. and Alan Montgomery to 3115. tf/chg' Mere's the, opportunity we eHor.lncre heat and 2 window AC Loin Zipper 964-7154 er Pumpm. IB RALPH \

Ten young scouts were Life Scout. unite. Exc. weD water. For 7824397. !
Awards were presented for ale U6,5oo.H.A.PAYNE |Illlan P..r.. AEoAI.To"BRYAN i ;
attended with parents and .i.d tsrnHim rlfltt' from by owner. New & Used
friends. performance in areas such as ..... REALTOR j I
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r------1 tile -I
mucK as 100M .
Senior patrol leader Dirk camping. cooking. swimmingand t annual Income and ins,. within Phone: 782: 3369llchg I'' Lawtey 782-3806, Florida! SalesPartsService Real Estate I
of the 50 mile 10/6
completion
Schmidt planned the programand .... .. your reach.Mimuurlsnce. :
of raft race on the Suwannee t E-Z Terms 2117 N. Temple ,
presided as master Mike Broker Realtor I ne..u ceremonies.New river last summer. 393N.T..pl.Avo. train ye* et cur expense III tile 55.5IeeSeISSS..S.... 964-8788 I Ij
Whiffen showed movies taken t Sta..... Fin. I Licensed Broker or j
officers for the coming most
and Mrs. Wayne 64 7700 advance t Sie. OFFICEOPENALLDAY
by Dr. Phoaei Licensed SalespersonCAN !!
year in additon to Dirk were ... tschnlqiMt.Plenty' SATURDAY OPEN SUN
Whiffen showing the buildingof tl/ J J
introduced Kenny Stephens ----- el crossed. A Weed
will be the new assistant rafts and their actual the use on natienel aavarnsme' ......... YOU SELL??? New Installation \YAPPOINTMENTFIRST'TIMEOFFERED :
during past
senior patrol leader. Terry the Suwannee a..ure. our salea' rsnreionta.ll .
Martin. Saucer and three excursions on the river. BOOTS .e. el places te Remodeling
Larry no. peepie 0. __
Bobby Thomas will be patrol Refreshments were served HANDBAGS see.Pinanclat. Your own full-time Franchise in Real Estate : I
ii 20 acres,bouse ... devblewide. -
fellowship was
leaders Andrew Thomas. and good all. WALLETS securik IOU' right in this area. And NO franchise charge. Repairs Paean trees, fenced

Clyde, Sumner and Terry enjoyed by B.It.I. preeraihelps' Claire r..sf topcsmmlsilens National Company. established in 1900 Home and Building II ..**S.eSSieiSSSSSSie.. .. pasture, e....-.., will cell ;

Belcher will be assistant SERVICEMANPage Sites 18 te 56 new plea wastentlel largest in its field. All.advertising all signs. MterUlaWEBU1LD II .Durranc: .B er split In two..,10 aero, '
.
patrol will be leaders.the Jeff scribe.Belcher -FlneelIn---.- you retire.Hemetewe Interne. to live M otter forms supplies:. furnished. Professional II ....................... parcel __'_ ,

Several boys troop were officially Completes leather. eeeertunlty, T.. i Training and Instruction given for rapid "Your Plans Or Ours PUMPS & SUPPLY W* have lot. acreage,
and farm I. Brad.
inducted into the troop as CryptolOllcSchool Technician ----- Serb In Me cwitmnnny wHere development" from' Start to $ucce$$. YourLotorOu"IIFREE ford.home Clay and Union

candidate scouts.: Clyde Navy Seaman Cryptologic Recruit DonnaL. CARRADINE'SLEATHER SHOP yen live. Nationwide advertising brings Buyers from ESTIMATES COMPANY ....tIe....*! .It,, country

Sumner. Bill Sanders and Page. daughter of Mr. and LAWTEY FLA. Call er write for aotallsiOUAN Everywhere. Can you qualify? You must have Remodeling Repair* 864 N. Temple Ave. sad waterfront.

Greg new responsibilities Thornton accepted as scouts their Mrs. Lonnie W. Page Jr. of 782.3400 I 414 waetfcoc* IHAPCOTT Or.Sutte tee' initiative excellent character (bondable), sales Additions Starke Evening and Weekeadsr.

Route 1. Box 50 Lawtey. has be financially Com Homes RALPH BRYANi-964-1208
during a candle lighting ceremony Basic JecasenvlllettM7Life ability, responsible; BoughtSoldTraded- 964-7061 .

during which a scout's ,"Technician completed (Administrative Cryptologic) BRASINGTONCed 004400UsaMunuil mission-volume opportunity for man woman Realtor---,

duty to God. Country, and self School. lae OldctofcileSb couple or team 'That;:: CJn'SeU: Information PATRAY-47J-M3* "
and the 12 points of the scout WANTEDL Sales.WAYNEDOV .
.* SenrfcFint without ACREAGE FOR
eight-week school was I .
law were enumerated. The !'VmiJhiJ obligattoa.f.isf Reliable Pereen, F.rJanitorial --- .. ,
Don assisted conducted at the Corry Station StUctio* OfVttdCartTaktnOn .. '. SALE Service on New ](JIAS- : !\ J
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Scoutmaster David. Montgomery Naval Technical Training. : STROUT REALTiVINC. BROKER. 964K5853 Office .1.... In Stark 64459$ ..., .. .1

conferring awards Center. in Pensacola Fla. Cadillac/ Trait* Insurance AftHlate;:. P.O.Box 894.JCasselberry I Highway South CallJaateaW.Trank.hu'; 100HaOII! .". .....

and advancement to the Page Joined the NaYy.1n, :Z001N.W.1378UOl! United .-o':Omaha rfeoei ,Florida 32707 Starke '. 904-7SS701I. Ll8T-Wrnn1'8"" ',':'

deservingAcouU.Attaining April 1m. i G ESVW ,OpperiMiity Ce... Lake r CUT.Fin. '" --- -
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