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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 11, 1975
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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defeated William Summers by In City VotingSTARKE
a slim 51-47 margin In a three- d
i way race for the mayorship in
the town election Tuesday,. K + ?
Sept. 9.Four. -
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Joe Warren
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1 of the six spots open in : 's' : ,, 'c' r+ ore f took the Group 2 City

this town's government were : ; y : Council seat from council
filled by new faces. Other yi'rbN *
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dean Jimmy McRae, and
newcomers included Mary : "4 1P
Lee Allen, clerk; Ralph : Group 4 Commissioner ,
( Green, marshal; and Eugene 'r Vernon Silcox barely heldon

.! Taylor, councilman. In- \' 'f to his post in the election '

Lott cumbent, Jr. and councilmen A.C. Dennison P.H. + 6 M' t. .. ,. here Tuesday, Sept. 9. ;;, i ,I

won re-election to In his first try at city
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I complete \;\ i
the six-man slate. "" politics,Warren will be the iI
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.' Bruno was mayor In 1972 .,. new face on the council I
; and 1974. This year's election ..i'' ... having defeated Group 2
makes the .
mayor term for two
.. Commissioner
years. The marshal and city ..... Jimmy 1
I clerk will still be for only one rn .'.',,fr',, ... '. _", .. McRae who was seekinghis
year.In .. ; ,." .. sixth term to the spot.
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the city clerk race, Allen ,. .. .. "'- ..... .....--- Warren's win was com-
won by an overwhelming / tt,
I fortable, 666 votes to thc t
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majority over Iris V. Hart 0
.. 100 to 39. The former clerk,, -" ..- ... .. ..... .... McRae's 544. There were

Shirley Forsyth did not run. .' 'Members of the Margaret Norman and Brenda 44 "no votes."
Bradford High cheerleaders will be shouting for a Tornado'' squad are:
The third candidate in the victory over the Ocala Vanguard Knights In what looks to bea Roberts, standing; Rhonda Harrell Sharon Crosby, Kathy' In a close race that called

mayor's race Kenneth tough battle Friday night 8 p.m. at Bradford field. Teston, Kathy Locke Laura Thomas and' Gloria. .. Strickland, for a second count, Vernon Joe Warren's
Brown, captured 38 votes. sea&ed' Silcox slipped by N.L. Wood- upset victory over city council dean Jimmy
McRae and Nolan Woodburn's
'l' near-upset may be Interpreted
burn with a 21 vote margin to
Green beat current marshal his some say, as a message to the city council in the ,
Edward F. Brooker, Jr. by a keep city government face of recent controversy.Hefty j i
Council Hit For position. Silcox had 623 votes
24-vote'lead.votes while Brooker Green had had 42.66 Lawtey Hiring while Woodburn had 602.
Chief
Incumbent Police
earlier Brooker in had the been year appointed when the s 4'I' Jimmy Bowen and City Clerk Hikes '

other marshal resigned. Merrill returned to Edwards their offices in were the Pay
Brooker lives in Lawtey. The James Waters As Second Fireman:
new marshal is the local weld- ,, balloting. 'If
ing shop owner and he lives in Warren was visibly surprised
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town.received Chuck Crowder LAWTEY The three members Act (CETA),. and will last 11 intent was to employ. someonewithout on.7'tfiti' town'a getting a water formance.at He his removed own per his Go To OfficialsBradford :
21 votes and .
Goolsby got seven. Ray who showed for the city', months. The city does not pay : a job.'We're supply.: glasses and rubbed his eyes ,
council meeting Monday night the salary.i .- '' Shaw when the tally was final and
Y Taylor placed.Ohlrd In..the were bombarded with"opposi-J;: jjrhirteen applications! were' looking at the wel-,,.<> emphasized that he could not offer any comment
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,lion to'theppointmenLpf'James aaMSrsMiedfor.' ; the-tOb.-'The::( 'tlue.of ell theoortb'BradforcV.., :, ? } qn ." _.
council seats contest. Councilman -' the Tatsr, .but. would Jlllvery I'eI8I'4chl."ic
County, not lust one individual -* .
Francis Wadsworth did' Waters as a; second 'CETA'represehtative I David. said Councilman ,""'ne htardt feelings" if a negative commitment. fflti1 r 19'72 w "r''d': $
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not run again. Lott grabbedthe fireman Aug. 15., f; McKnight said Waters' appli Robertson.. 'decision was .rendered.' Woodburo's request for a
most votes,.but only one cation could be reviewed by "People whenever recount proved fruitless when
Besides
hearing the com- the council for, appointment knew we even had a fire!, t'I have no Intention of pursuing .
more than the next in line, the same totals as in the first
the three only a 9 percent
Dennison. plaints, Mayor McCauley said he under-' department! sure do now,.. he thevtnatter any further reached.A County officials Increase
time were
Robert Scott and councilmenJohn and board members will draw because of a' $2,000
said.' sup-
stood the job was to to ,(Collecting tt rhe money); it
Lott's tally was 72; Dennl- R. Robertson and Ben go 54-year-old Starke In- raises averaging over 11 plement added to his salary
pay
son's was 71. Close behind and McCulley heard the first ford someone who lived, in Brad- McCauley said he would not ,would associates be embarrassing to do this.' to my surance man Silcox has per cent starting October 1, last year for the first time as a
County, was a' veteran :;
close together were Joe For- served on the council for two "certified
of the vote
on CETA
reading 1975-76 budget any more under'a complicated salary property ap-
syth and Verdo Salter with 56 and had been unemployed for ''I only ask, that assistus terms. "
totalling $44,590 with a $990 ''a least funded jobs unless McKnight you bill passed by the Florida praiser. At the high range of
Weeks. Waters "
and 55 votes respectively. that will sold he said. Woodburn ran for the the increase, Bradford
into was in
surplus go present: Legislature 1973, tying the County
Jerry Wadsworth Sr. polled capital outlay. The budget will his grocery store, and is a. 40'votes, with Lonnie school bus driver-Mrs. Shu In other action, the council until defeated.
Thompson requeswa$ postponed
require a 3-mill tax levy. The creases and the cost of living receive a 19.3 per cent salary
getting 24 and his wife next hearing on the budget Is ford said McKnight said that heard a request by Attorney the next regular scheduled Bowen retained his office index.. increase since he had not yet
Mary getting 14. set for Sept. 16, when the job could be listed as part- Eugene Shaw, former city meeting along with one by with a landslide victory over reached his maximum.
A total of 139 voted, accord- council will hear the second time, and that Waters' name attorney for the. town, for a Jimmie Scottof the recreation Jesse Branson, former Waldo The County Officials Salary
ing to Josephine Fontaine who reading of the budget is set for could be submitted. $2,500 payment to him and his department for an additional police chief and Macclenny Act of 1973 required annual Other high percentage
was in charge of the election. 16 at Lonnie Williams protestedthe associates: for some more than $500 to build a basketball policeman, and Bill Cham- recomputation of maximum beneficiaries will be Bradford
7:30 with .
Sept.
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sible adoption that p.m.night.pos- fact that the program's 150 hours they spent working ourt. bers, a 10-year veteran of the authorized salaries for elected County Commissioners with
Starke police force. county officials based on a 19.1 per cent salary increases
Horse Frolics Set The first to bring up the fire- Officials recorded 699 votes formula so complicated that and the Supervisor of Elections
man subject, Herman Johnson for Bowen as compared to 205 even county officials have with 16 per cent.
In Union CountyThe objected to the vote that Improvement Of RoadsIs for Branson and 337 for trouble figuring their new pay In computing the new salary
gave Waters the job. He said Chambers. There were 19 "no scales.,, schedule the State gave the
10th annual Horse Frolics he thought the 2-1 vote was votes." latest population estimate for
in Union County will beginat illegal as specified by the city When totals were in, Bowen "We had two state auditors Bradford County as 15786.
7 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. charter."I got a taste of his own medi- doing some figuring and even
At CommissionSTARKE they came with different According to the complicated
believe if.lt is checked Topic cine.Observers picked him up up formula
13.Events "
with
answers in some cases,
will start at 3:30: will find the council acted i bodily, handcuffed and put
you Clerk of the Court Gib possible minor changes still to
Brown
p.m. with a parade in downtown illegally he said. him in the back of the police
be made salaries of Bradford
Lake Butler, including To back his contention, Improvement of adopted at the next board Bradford County are already car for 10-15 minutes. He was said yesterday.In officials October 1
,
floats and horse formations. A Johnson cited Section 4 of the county graded roads, postingof meeting following a public through an intersection and in later released on his own legislative "legalese"the compared starting with
present
barbecue supper will be October 1973 revised charter speed and weight limits hearing dander before realizingthey recognizance.This 1975-76 fiscal year salaries of salaries will be
served at $2 per plate startingat which states "...three mem- and stop ahead signs becamea The ordinance, if approved ye.:passed a stop sign. was Chambers' second county officials are computedon :
6 p.m. bers of the city council shall major topic of discussion at by the commission, would The commission also try at the post losing to "base salary plus current -School Superintendent
constitute a quorum" and a the Bradford County Commis- allow posting of speed limitsup decided another the city of Bowen in a runoff in the 1974 county population, minus $23.535 (now $21,140)), In-
quorum is necessary "for the sion meeting Monday mor- to a maximum 55 mph and Starke officials election. Chambers was police minimum population, crease $2,535 11,3 per cent.
tEltcInum: lFrtr1J transaction of any business" ning. weight limits on secondary about providing street.signsfor chief at the time having been multiplied by group rate -Clerk of the Circuit Court,
besides "the affirmative vote officials maintenance roads to keep county roads. appointed following the resignation multiplied by cost of living $21,113 (now. $18,960)) Increase
I of three members shall be County reported them from being torn up by Hodges and Gaines were appointed of Ken Fuqua. adjustment factor." $2,153 11.3 per cent.
there is a "good chance" a trucks and the board to City Clerk Merrill Edwardswas
necessary for adoption of any large heavy equip- by represent -Sheriff, $20,258 (now
resolution or ordinance. The grant of$338,000 in federal aid ment. Bradford County on the the only candidate to run Although a data sheet issued $16,974). Increase, $3,284; 19.3
city council may enact all rea-' would be approved if Explaining the need of such NCFRPB as local coor- unopposed. This will be his by Tallahassee said "the cost per cent.
sonable rules for its own operation requested from the North regulation chairman Dave dinators of regional planning ninth term as city clerk. of living adjustment." Property Appraiser" '(for
v and procedure not incon- Central Florida Regional Shuford said that it was not efforts, in compliance ,with Edwards has been clerk for 16 computed at 1.211, amounts to merly Tax Assessor), $21,113now
sistent with any of the provi- Planning Council. Commis- the intention of the county to state law requiring such years. He won the post in 1959 approximately 11.1 per cent ( $19,373)). Increase,
sions of this charter." sioner E.W. Hodges Zoning keep heavy trucks off county appointments by July, 1976. and has not been defeated added to the current salary of $1,740;' ..
Director L.M. Gaines and secondary roads but to limit since that first Bradford officials, will Collector
victory. some -Tax
Johnson said he thought this Clerk Gib In other action at the Sept. 8 $17,480 (now
the second time' the council County attended Brown of the use of roads to deliveryand meeting, the boardAccepted :' Edwards drew 963 votes. receive more and some less, $15.689)). Increase, $1,791; 11.4per
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acted illegally in voting proce- Sept. meeting pick-up in an effort to Only slightly over 50 per depending upon whether or cent.
dures. He was referring to the the regional planning council make them last longer.In recommendation cent of the electorate participated not they have reached the 20 -Supervisor of Elections,
2.1 vote okaying the proce- said there were few takers talk of drafting speed of Mrs. Becky in the election. Out of per cent maximum allowable $12,816 (now' $11,040)). In-

dure for getting a water sys- present the $29 to lay million claim alloted to a pieceof limits, Bryan pointed out that Giebeig'3 Gainesville for 2,200 registered voters, only under the law. crease, $1,776; 16 per cent.
REGISTRATIONfor tem to the city. by there were no limits set on Bradford County Home 1,254 voted. -County Commissioners,
City Clerk Lucille Shuford the federal government.The some 300 miles of county Economics Agent by County "That's pure awful," said For. instance Property $6,636 (now $5,569). Increase,
Santa Fe contacted city attorney graded and dirt roads. Sheriff Extension Director Bobby Clerk Edwards. Appraiser Gene Long will get $1,067; 19.1 per cent. .
Community College Richard Welty Tuesday, Sept. grant would add ten Dolph Reddish said that Taylor She will begin duties -School Board, $4,326 (now
Tonight 9 for a ruling on the case. employees to.the. county road ''arrests were made for reckless Sept. 15.. Mrs. Giebeig, 25, is a $J.887).lncrease$439) ; 11.3 per
,.p.m. Welty said the appointmentwas crew, accounting driving when a speederwas native McCormick,S.C. anda City Council Must Trim
At Bradford High for $210,000 of the stopped on these roads cent.County
okay, she said. grant and the graduate of the University of Judges are paid by
----- remaining portion because generally the condition Georgia. the State and new figures
8AKESALE Spurgeon Massey, assistant will be used for materials of the road precluded high --Agreed to look into possi- were not available Im-
Sat., Sept. 13 fire chief and also a councilman i Plans include placing "stopahead" speeds.Commissioner. bility of county effort in helping $100,000 Balance, mediately.The .
recommended Watersfor signs on roads
a.m.NoonNaar county ,
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George to keep the arena of the new salary schedule
up
Stan's Bootery the post. A letter of recommendation installing safety bumps near Roberts asked the council to ,
FlaRopers' Assoc. in Key- STARKE The Starke city The proposed budget calls will add approximately
from another intersections and
i On Walnut St. posting place caution signs near dan- stone Heights.Received council must cut nearly for a 3.408 tax levy based on $15.000 to the cost of Bradford
volunteer speed and
Sponsored by department mem- weight limits for gerous intersections throughout report by Brad- $100,000 from a tentative $2.24 $32.6 million taxable assessed County officials and board
, St. Edward's ber was attached to his application the roads, suggestions of corn, the county. He said that ford Health Department Sani- million dollar budget that value out of a just value (the members salaries in fiscal
Mrs. Shuford said. missioner
I Altar Society Ralph Bryan. many drivers unfamiliar with tarian Jack Trawick that five includes no salary increases, whole tax roll, less exemptions 197576.
f In the vote CouncilmanJohn Bryan requested for the garbage compactors had been planned expansion, or new ) of $90 million. The salaries of Bradford's
CAR WASH R. Robertson moved to second time that the county New River Leads delivered to the county pond in equipment."Inflation. Income is expected to be Clerk, Tax Collector, and
Saturday' accept Waters as the new fire- adopt an ordinance to post Lawtey;; to be set up and operational got us," says City down $14,137 from the $2.158 Property Appraiser are now
10..m.-3p.m. man. Massey seconded the speed limits on county dirt Rainfall loon.Appointed. Clerk Merrill Edwards, who million last year to $2.114 at the maximum allowed by
Teenage Volunt..r.Hurst' motion. Those two voted in roads, where Sheriff Reddish Sept. Commissioner finished Tuesday his annual million this year, with the the 1973 law cannot be raised
Station favor, while McCulley voted reports "the sky's the limit"' Bradford County receivedan Roberts to check into county compilation of budget figures biggest fall coming from the further without a change in
$1.30 Car against and the mayor ab on speeds at presentCommissioner average of 2.6 Inches of provisions of tractor trailersto from which the council works. federal revenue sharing that the statute, : except for
tl.OO Trucks stained. rain during the first week of the Vocational-Technical The council has scheduled a should bring in only $79,035, population and cost of living
Meanwhile, three com Roberts said September.New Schoottto haul limerock for meeting at 7 p.m. Monday this year, as compared to increases. Several Bradford
c_...,Of Tallahassee been filed two In he would check on the possi River fire tower road. repairs.\ Sept. 22, to begin. work on the .$98,776 last year almost a officials expressed them
< unityAcounn and one with the Transportation Departmentof recorded 3.6 inches; Louis Hill 4 i1Lii 0mm NAACP in Miami concerningthe furnishing (Highland), 2.5 Inches;' and Bryan to research the introduction year which begins Oct. 1. The Fire Department present, salaries, ", but were
'tuts Dank appointment. the signs, the county paying Santa Fe, 1.9 inches during the of safety standards to Biggest cut In revenue camein requested nearly a $10,000 increase advised they must accept

New lm.rt.UTvMMMkV The position was recently and providing labor for the period September 1.... protect the county from insurance state and federal revenue from the mm.last, raises to comply; with
created through federal funds, project. Meanwhile Attorney Camp Blandlng measured claims, especially sharing funds, with about ,year to $88,378 this year. requirements of the state
'_.1 CM MH lmvrM Cr.. through the Comprehensive Gene Shaw will draft an or 2.03 inches during the same construction, and hearing $31,000 sliced from last year's A$5,000 hike from the policeS auditors for taxing and.
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at the breakfast table, Residents of the stricken
the' storm passed over certain sitting
In fall of 1896 the
portions of the aforesaid watching huge oak) trees area got together to help one 4Pj,
of Bradford
western part topple over in the yard. another rebuild or repair their rV
counties, devastating the TURE .
Union) and
(now
County //t roads.
FE' houses, and clear the
homes of hundreds of
citizens
of several neIgh- N1 A neighbor's houSe was'
portions' But even then I it required 1 1i
boring counties were hit by a denuding thousands of acres .. "torn in two" bv the windl and about two months to cut away
storm of such magnitude that of land of timber, and leaving a little girl was found later in the timber and clear the y'.w

the Legislature of 1899 passeda many persons in destitute the debris. Barn roofs""were narrow trails,sufficiently to i: v
special act for the relief of circumstances; ; blown off and fodder, stored in get in and out by horse cart. I .
hard-hit property owners who the lofts, was found hanginglike .
were unable to pay their taxes Whereas, owing to the Uie payment of such amountas streamers in the trees for The old Baptist Church neat _
for the years 1896 and 1897. aforesaid disaster many the Comptroller and the miles around. ., Providence was blown down ,4jr
persons affected by said Board of County Com by the storm, and a con- t
The Florida Weekly Advocate storm were unable to pay missioners of the several So much timber was blown troversy arose among the r
in its issue of Thurs- their taxes for the years 1896 counties may deem just and down in the west Bradfordarea ,membership, some wanting to c twrf
day, May 4, 1899. carried the and 1897; therefore: equitable. that all roads were rebuild the sanctuary in a ,
following item: blocked. It was said that' a more central location in the
Be it enacted by the Section 2. This act shall man "could walk' from village, while others held out pt :
TALLAHASSEE, May 1 Legislature of the State of take effect from and after its Mikesville to High Springs for the original site. Finally, ;
1899 New bills introduced Florida: passage and approval by the and never put foot on the the congregation split into two d.
today.. Governor. ground." So much timber factions, and today there are l Y .k t'
By Mr. Watkins: For" the Section 1. That the much of it yellow pine, hadfallen two Baptist Churches-one in
relief of taxpayers in the Treasurer of the State of According to stories told by that Will and ,.Irwin town and another on the old :
storm belt in the counties of Florida is hereby authorizedto old timers in the area, the Barry,came in and opened upa location a couple of miles out. # 4 & At
cancel such certificates of storm struck about 7 o'clock in sawmill to cut up the fallen
Alachua, Levy Columbia, Lafayette Brad-, land sold for non-payment of the morning, as many farm logs. No pne today seems to know
Suwannee
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taxes for the years 1896 and families, were eating,breakfast how to classify the "big
ford, and Nassau. 1897,situated in the storm belt One described the skies People were cut off from storm"-whether it was a Freak storms and accompanying floods cause damage to fields and forests, such as the

Whereas in t the month of of the counties aforesaid, and "as black as soot" that communication with their hurricane, a tornado, or some Big Storm of 1896. but they also often bring picturesque sights such as this flood scene
September 1896 a severe may be held by the State, upon morning, and remembered neighbors,and could not get in freak of nature that followed a photographed several years ago at the "old Jim llornsby place" east of Starke on High
and out of their places in any path of devastation'through Florida has been fortunate for more than two decades, with no major hurricanestring
kind of vehicle. Dr. Newsome,' seven counties. It was accompanied the peninsula to bring back scenes like this.

an early physician in the area, by heavy rain, and
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had to visit his patients. on lasted for about an hour, old
.' ',;. horseback. timers say.

LETTERSCORRECTIONAL

Suits
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Are Costing The PublicYou County Agents By a(V hI

Notebook'Bobby. 11: OFFICERS ORGANIZE
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: Correctional officers are
c Taylor anxious to demonstrate their
don't have to be too old tim of "malpractice. : V interest in Community affairs,
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remember a time when a small 'Hospitals and doctors must now pay I : responsibilities as citizens,

of lawyers generally considered rates for malpractice in- We are pleased to announce make this annual meeting one V. V :: and which the they professionalism conduct them-with,

to make a living otherwise, Ce. to cover their costs in such that Mrs. Becky Giebeig will of the best ever. I understanda selves and apply to their

commonly referred to as and these additional costs are be with us Monday, Sep- cooking committee headedby respective positions.To .
chasers" who would rush to the side on, of course. And who is the tember 15, 1975 as our new Mr. George Grant will have /
Bradford County Extension barbecue chicken' ready by facilitate this desire, ,..
an injured victim and try to build victim-the public, as usual Home Economics Agent. Mrs. 6:15: p.m.All 647 Farm Bureau P they have organized to form

law suit against the one accused must pay higher fees and hospital Giebeig is a native of South families are encouraged to the Florida Correctional Offl-;>

having caused the accident. to take care of the "malpractice" Carolina but attended the bring their favorite dish to this cers Association (FCOA).
University of Georgia'and very important annual September 20 will mark two'
used the received her B.S. degree in meeting. Hope to see you Local Girls Earn 'Safety Award months since the inception of
The bait by This is not to say, of course, that some Home Economics in 1972.:'She there Saturday.FORESTRY. the Association. Following is

chaser" was to promise his suits are not justified. There has almost two years of experience At Florida Farm Bureau SeminarSonya an outline of the proposed
client that he had nothing to lose-if some bungling doctors, just as there as a County-Ex- -------------- endeavors and ambitions .of
lawyer won the case, he (the ) in tension Home Economics this group.
a certain amount of malpractice in Chatsworth County, and Annette
but if Agent this seminar than most people
would profit handsomely, business and profession. But there Georgia. Mrs.Giebeig and her Griffis, of Stare, are pictured learn in a lifetime," he added. Community Involvement In *
cause was lost there would be no be a reason for the tremendous husband, Paul, are now above ((1-r) being presented its many forms, is an impor-
residing on N. Walnut Streetin IN BRADFORD: COUNTYSAWMILL certificates for completing Sonya Tenly was also tant goal of FCOA. Recognition -
recent
suits in ,
in such years selected as an alternate final- as a professional group of
Annual
Starke.
the old practice of -------------- courses at the 5th
Today, it is hardly likely that so many Youth Safety Seminar ist to represent the Florida citizens, interested in improv
chasing" has been raised to would all of a sudden turn into Mrs. Giebeig's major IM- sored by the Florida, Farm spon- Farm Bureau at the National ing community relations and

skyrocketing level involving butchers or careless pill responsibility will be to ,PROVEMENT ASSISTANCE. Bureau.The presentation was Youth Safety Congress in Chi- making a valuable contribution -
millions of dollars. In its new provide an informal education cago in October, in the event to society, is only part of
the services offered made
the by by Safety Representative
in such numbers as to cause Among '
to the people of our the finalists the
has cropped up in ,*he f pr In"rjnneerpMmiuais.i program the Division of Forestry are ,,. Robert Franklin. .' winning are. story.
f' exhorbitant1 increase i in the areas unable-to1"attend.--The .,
county of..oLCon- '
repre ,
'"malpractjjt* suits" '. gainst doc : 4' FtodWandv.. mill studies, to Identify !w Civil''and. governmental'
k $ Education
( f'Ilh 4.t ( sunker '"wefekriesses in High school'studente' from* sentative&--were chosen for." functions'and Now, if anjfftu'ng "goes ong"2Jja ;..ijoM f..t ? Nutrition, Housing, Clothing'and mill operations, and to 40 Florida counties attended1!":I j their high scores on Intensive' role1 FCOA can play helping
treatment or an 'operation-if 4-H and other Youth work:: classes covering home farm exams dealing with first aid ,
recommend of improving and
obtain fair legislation
One good to start cleaning up the will conduct special Interest ways recreationalsafety and other to
patient does not get well, or even way She efficiency and traffic, and safety measures. other effective issues is also
the often blameless doctor is more mess might be to place group meetings, production levels. during the five-day ----- part of their aim. They will be
through legislation on' fees workshops, and programs for seminar held August 18-22 at The Bradford Farm Bureau with other
more frequently subjected to a law" from such suits, thus groups and; individuals :'In the past, sawmill studies 4-H Camp Doe Lake in the will hold its annual Family on responsible an even citizen par organiza-
filed against him for "malpractice. throughout the county. Her have included: Ocala National Forest. Night Supper at the Starke tions such as Jaycees, Cham-
financial awards to the lawyer are that the lawyer would be office will be in Hhe j State Farmers Market Saturday etc. and.
in the best interests of both Agriculture Building on North -Lumber recovery factor Sept. 13. A barbecued ber of Commerce, ,
'in the old that Brad of citizens/
just as they were "We are pleased serve as a league
the of saleable
and doctors, and not simply to 301( in Starke, where she,:will percentage chicken supper will be servedto
chasing suits-anywhere from 30 to in- products made from a given ford Farm Bureau had its not forcing themselves on the
available to
be provide Farm
Bureau members
a quick buck. of material and young people represented in community, but able to act as
per cent of the cash award to the formation to clients ivislting amount raw families starting at 6:30.: Offi-
said Paul
this with and
body
program an organized
the office or calling on!) the the percent of waste. for the will
Hutchins! Youth Program cers coming year for the community.Some .
telephone.We -sawing variations how chairman for the farm family be elected later in the evening.
closely the sawed boards meet organization. "This is a partof A feature of the programwill proposed activities
forward to having
I Killing CountryState look size standards. the Bureau's continuing be the awarding of cer where time and services can
Extension
Mrs. Giebeig join our ,, be offered are blood bank
and feel that she effort to help educate young tificates won by Sonya Tenly
team people in the area of safety. and Annette Griffis in several drives United Fund, city
will be asset to our county. -Average log sizes.
could in the Harris Poll, an ample an They receive"more concen- safety courses at the recent clean-ups, and similar pro-
and federal spending charged I hope you will drop by or -sawing times.Economic Another example
in Youth Seminar.
was'V trated Safety grams.
training safey during
well put the U.S. out of business, description of government's leniency in contact Mrs. Giebeig at any Studies on mill would be to involve the youthof

Senate President Dempsey union demands and welfare policies. time you have a question or production.As community in programs
information along the -------------
need
such as teen-age dances,
warned Farm Bureau leaders last Terri ParrishIs
Home Economics lines. of August 1975, the f activities, and recrea-
For instance, consider the food stamp (!JI3UI3BaJGJ( sports
studies also include figures on tion. Commuting to larger,
"It took 186 years for the program conceived to bring an I mentioned last week that the amounts of rough green PresidentOf cities such as Jacksonvilleand

government to spend its first $ adequate diet within the reach of those this was lawns a good and ornamentalsfor time to fertilize lumber and dry-dressed aJffaJUBBy( ( ( Gainesville for the Brad

billion. In the thirteen years since Americans too poor to pay for one. It is winter and complete plans lumber produced, as well as 4-H Club ford-Union County area youth
subsidizing food budgets of union amounts of planer-shavings, has created problems.An .
another $200 now
it has spent for fall vegetable planting. sawdust, and chlppable William Haas,
Barron said. workers out on strike, teachers on This is also a good time to wastes produced at the mill. Service Officer Terri Parrish, daughter of important aspect of this
summer vacation, college students finish sampling soil for fall ; Mr. and Mrs. J.T, Parrish of Association is officer training.
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and winter forage and cover : New River, was elected discussions,
well afford to feed Au Inter-institutional
It's hard to be conservative whose parents can crops for livestock. We have of this information is president of the Green Acres within the:

spending when the country's them, even families with incomes as highas been busy with soil samples compiled into recommendations Checks ranging from $3 to 4-H Club on Thursday, Aug. to system explain, to workings engender, better,

on the rampage, but some of the 16000. during the last two weeks. I output on of wood ways to improve $174 will be mailed in September 29, when 1975-76 officers were understanding, and to further(
products
have plans to have to 2.2 million disabled elected. ''
Barron revealed cannot be hope you from the mill and dollar- veterans and 320,000 knowledge, thereby'
merely on the basis of rising prices. Psychologist William Glasser, in his your planting soil analyzed, if now.you Callus are income to the mill owners. dents who qualify for depen-In- New officers include'VicePresident upgrading the quality of the.
any: crops officers. Teamwork, keeping
book "Reality Therapy, states that about soil sampling if you creases in their disability Tammy Johns, abreast of techniques in
Government employment in failure begets failure, and that welfare have not taken one before.I Similar studies are compensation and depen- Secretary Melanie Parrish, corrections,new county, state and''
and
learn to identify with available on plant layouts dency indemnity compensa- Treasurer Steve Douglas, make
since 1960 while recipients never nationwide and to
up 167 per cent talked about the I cat logging operations. For more tion signed into law by Presi- Sergeant-At-Arms Jack ,
employment is up only 104 per cent, success because their failure is reinforced tlemen's situation many times information, contact your dent Ford on August 5. Parrish, Chaplain Cindy available additional trainingfor to

the state salaries for those jobs with governmental handouts. In the last several months., County Forester or write to Douglas, and Reporter Bill better officers working trying relations.to aspire

creased 100 per cent in the past the Florida Division of The increases of 10 to 12 per Banks.
The cattlemen's situation is
The economics of this doesn't make Forestry, Collins Building cent were effective August 1, Membership in FCOA will
years. as bad or worse now than it Tallahassee, FL. 32304. but the change came too late Junior leaders chosen are be a privilege. Perhaps one
either. The federal has been in the There is V
government past.
,
in the
to be incorporated Jack Parrish, Terri Parrish, way of sparking a competitive
Government jobs serve a most heavily those in the $5-15,000 an interest among cattlemenin and NEW FACES AT THE checks to be mailed at the end and Tammy Johns. New adult spirit is by Initiating an off!i-;

needed purpose in decreasing year income bracket (proportionately), custom slaughtering retailing some TOWER: Frank McRay, 21, of AugustA leader is Mrs. Jackie Johns. cer-of-the-month award. The'

ployment, but one cannot abate it through Washington then turns of cooperatively their cattle and calves. is now Forestry Dispatcher at Other leaders include Mr. and Association offers the officersa
Starke Work Center on SR-100 check for' the Mrs.'J.T. Parrish Mr. and It will
separate fraternal
concept
of the
that it back to
and feel like
around not
suspicion gives many they are
many
They
strong between Starke and Lake amount of the increase will be Mrs.James Balkcom, Mr. and allow them an association of
mental employees are a bit overpaid same people who paid for it. getting a fair shake at some of
Butler. mailed to beneficiaries during Mrs.Fred Johns, and Mr, and their own, unique unto themselves
the amount of work they do, and that their marketing time. outlets When at.their the 'September.The new rates will .Mrs. Lloyd Douglas. offering camaraderiethat
do could well present started be reflected in checks to be is essential when workingin
many people are hired to a The government just as prices they received are low, On May 13, McRay
private enterprise would leave the public's money in the private and hamburger and steak at work with the Division ofForestry mailed at the end of Sept- Lowell Parrish, state 4-H situations such as they
the CETA'Program. ember and in all subsequent to know
of the where it could the store cost the under leader, was an honored guest. encounter. Getting
sector economy grocery
Originally assignedto monthly checks. Parrish of activities' each other would help to quell
In a recent Harris Poll, a 68 to five bolster our supposed "free enterprise"system consumer from $1.00 to $2.50 Hollister Work Center in that the 4-flubs will be doing any reticence to back up a;
the view in creating jobs and teaching per pound.Dr. fellow officer.
cent majority expressed Putnam County as a ranger, Veterans with a 50 cent this year.
"there are just too many political people to enjoy the pride of personal Bob Reddish, Extension he was transferred to Starkeon or less disability per rating As stated at the start of this

on the payroll in New York City achievement.Or Meat Specialist from the August 1. received a 10 per cent increase Smokey Says: article, the Association has

little more than collect pay discuss University some of possibilities Florida.; will for McRay is a native of in their monthly pay- not long been formed. A constitution -'
much work". does it make too much'sense to ments. Veterans with agreater governing all chap'"
cattlemen In this area' at a Pomona Park Fla. Now livingon rating and
give jobs to people who work and let meeting of cattlemen tonight the Division of Forestry DIC beneficiaries disability received a -- state ters has charter been drawn is expected up, and lit'a'

"Bureaucracy out of control" them spend their own money? (Thursday September 11. site at Starke Work Center, he 12 per cent Increase under the the near future. Only one
1975)). The his wife have'one very
meeting is opened and Audrey, new law.Monthly.
chapter has been organized,
to all cattlemen in our area child, a son Chad
and will be preceded by a but requests from other insth
hamburger supper starrinat Also new' at Starke Work payments to single' AYi3 tutions to form new cha' Union;
pP144 7:15: p.m. Call your neIghboring Center i is Joann Jackson, 24, a veterans with 10 per cent disabilities / are' being received.
Q cattlemen, lelf' him clerk-typist hired under were increased from / Correctional Institution at
,
milijFq4BOB about this meeting and bring CETA. Mrs.Jackson was born $32 to $35. Veterans rated 100 L HOMES AND J 'Raiford is the founding chaplet. :

V him with you tonight. The in Starke and graduated from per cent under the general V, 1 VALUABLE PROPERTYL'CANBEDESTBOfED .
meeting will be held at the RJE High School in 1969. She schedule were raised from To sum" up.'this organizatien
0 Agriculture Building on North works with both the Division's $:1&1 to $655. For the most .appears to be a boon to the

ens G. FERGUSON -JOHN M. MILLER 301 in Stark ::1 j ? Fire Control organization and severely disabled, the IN MINUTES ,community, not only offering
4rION' PublisHer the County Forester offices of maximum amount was raised : services as a group, but by
Anotherlmportant meeting Union and Bradford Counties. from $1,454 to $1.628 monthly: y FOREST FIRESJHMM. [their proposals: !
Published**ch Thursday end"merexl as second a.a.M8tter at the Post Office at'Stark,Fla.. under Act and program is scheduled this i r i dering very a certain engenj of

of Msreh 3.." ., ; ,_- ''' '' ': : i-*;"_' '- ,- ..:- Saturday September 13, 1m, Mrs. Jackson 1 ia married to :.professionalism inviting quality long
'Subscription rate,in trade iroe8 peryear.:; $3.50! sin months. at the Farmers Market in Donnie Jackson, also of Contact your l local Veterans .*.*,......*vnvwtv CH overdue a
X ,"V T,., c' $7 : M.OO sis! month. Starke.". Bradford County .Starke, and a .DuPont Service Office in. the courthouse ......,.,... .hi _. ..kji fartst \ respect ,
'Outside trade arcs per year employee "' ,__ .
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Phone 964-6306 Directors has made plan to LaTara, 2. mation. ........uit'l -An: FCOA Member


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I Sept. 18 Hearing Set On $6.5 Million School BudgetSTARKE : ;



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A $6.5 million various times had worked out Life Insurance Co. policy ad- faces a 35 percent rate increase increase will be $4.18 to a '
said the
McCauley rate debate,was to call for bids on so the board follow die
school spending bill for the fiscal the document over the past ministrator James A. McCauley in its group insurance single policy holder or a totalof increase in becauseof may
necessary a new health insurance Administrative ,ProceduresAct
75-76 was tenta- two months using a big con- the school for The group
year given system rates employees. $17,556
more.
tive ference table and blackboardin ....... the number of claims filed policy and, meanwhile, pay in awarding administrators :
approval "
Monday ?
night \ -- --Ut. school board I
the office Jockel has taken 'G by employees.The the increased rates.In and other 12-month
by the Bradford County School
number of claims in- another personnel employees three days of
paid
wC1
from Jim
Board with a public hearing over Supt. Temple,
,
9S .tr r creased from 32 one month to matter, ordered a staff vacation. Instructional
on the document set for Sept. who resigned.The ter. per-
101 the next, McCauley said. evaluation of whether BHS
18 at 7 p.m. total budget figure of The increase will sonnel had negotiated the paid
million is down become instructor William Dampier vacation days which will
The school board went over $6.5 some
effective Oct. 1, 90 days after continu-
should be awarded
from the 74-75 level of a shorten the school from
the huge spending bill last $56,000 year
the end of the contract
Friday night in a 3'A-hour, $6.635 million. More significant ended on June 30. year ing contract. Dampier's name 196 to 193 daystthe holidays
work session. Supt. Richard however, is that the was removed Monday night coming Day,
his staff, principals Operating ,Budget, the only Supt. Jockel and Bus. Mgr. from a list of personnel Christmas, and. another
Jockelb contended that recommendations which the
Eddie
oard members at one of its four budgets over Douglas national holiday.Voted ., _.
bid call for 90 board approved. Dampier,
specifications
which the local school board 5-0 to give school
notice before former director of the vo-tech
kx days a rate
has control, is down
any tr increase become effec- school that team memo
can resigned position Chars
$213,000, from $4,491,521 last
ContractOn Yrryy bers Francis and Jim
tive. McCauley notified the and was stripped of his con- I
to the new 75-76 figure of.
year Duncan two weeks of vacationat
Y.P. board on Aug. 27. McCauley tinuing contract status after
4278403. the pointed out the contract had school auditors reported the Christmas .as compensatory -
Main
reasons) operating
UGHIs former director had violated pay.
ended June 30, and that
is less for the
budget coming ''
Liberty Life's contract with purchasing policies. -Was told by' Director of

year areA : the school board calls for a 30- -Voted 5-0 to hold a hearingat Curriculum Lucille Payne the
SignedLAKE prior year adjustmentof its Oct. pupil-teacher ratio far .
$168,807 which is being day notice. regular meeting on so this

backed out of the 75-76 operat- ..: Decision, after much 13 to approve a policy change year ranges from 1-25 to 131.
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BUTLER Management ing budget to repay the state
contract between Union for overdraws of monies in
A Starke man Is In critical condition after being hit this 1961 In
by Volkswagen a late after-
General Hospital and Inter previous years. This is a one- noon accident In the rain.

Medic Health Services, Inc. year reduction.An Robert Futch was standing beside his truck In the median on South US-301 when the accident
in the state'sestimate
was officially approved and increase occurred. He was thrown about 30 feet.

authorized for signing of the cost-of-living Occupants In the car were unhurt. The driver, 19-year-old David Matthews of Jacksonville, TI I&IY
Tuesday night, Sept. 9. adjustment from 94.1 percentto ha been charged with careless driving.
"This is a vital step towardthe 92.1 percent. The additionaltwo
reopening of the hospital. percent to be withheld will
Now Inter Medic will feel free cost the county some$80,000 in
to invest the time, personneland funds to be withheld. The total Starke Man Critically Hurt

money to open the cost-of-living adjustment will
hospital as soon as possible cost county schools$312,000 in
said Administrator Eugene monies the system has earned Tuesday In US-3Ol Accident FABRIC SHOPS
Hardval. and would receive if the state

Lowell Shadd, representingthe figured costs as much to live STARKE -A local man is in M. May, also of Jacksonville. with careless driving in the 3 I
Union County Taxpayers in Bradford County as it doesin critical condition following an Seeber Starling, the tractor p.m. accident. Further investigation -
Association, was on hand) for any other county in the accident in which he was hit driver, was unhurt. is pending due to : wm EWE: rnlI1 ?QnGJQQ(! [$

the signing to discuss the hospital state.A by a northbound car and Matthews has been charged Futch's condition.
devaluation of the FTE
milage proposed in the SHOPPING
thrown about 30 feet on south
1975-6 budget for the (full time equivalent) student US-301.. U.S. 301 Starke Fla.
"We explained to Mr.Shad value from $745 to $743 will Tobert Lamar Futch. 30, CENTER ,
,
that the proposed three mills cost the. system another listed in critical condition South Fla.AVOCADOS. Thurs Sat
was teen Mon Wed 9 to 8. 9 to 9. Sun 12 to 6
are necessary to get the $10,311. Stands
at Teaching Hospitalin
hospital open,that once it is on .The local school system in Gainesville Wednesday ,

its feet it will no longer need 75-78 will receive $2,862,091 morning, Norman Dowdy, ...
under the Florida.Education '

capital the amount necessary of operating at first, Finance Program last down from operator Florida Highway reported Patrol Wednesdaymorning. radio I :J: 3 FOR

Hardval said. $3,290,659 year. 1rfi71
Second chunkof
single largest
Futch a state DOT worker
$100
for the ,
....--------. revenue from operating local was standing in the median,'
; budget comes beside his truck,waiting for it
taxes, which' at
FORESTRY property to be loaded, when he was
mills in 75-76
6.6281 are ex-
struck by a 1961 Volkswagendriven
fM'RADFOID COUNTY pected to rise 730163. These by David T. Matthews, COLLARDS t f.. .
funds must be remitted to the
19, of Jacksonville. Futch was 69c
and then returned to the
state thrown about 30 feet, and the Bunch
county as part of the state'seducation TURNIPS -
car spun into the tractor and
funding; but is flipped over, Trooper Bill
J'L known as "local required said.
Abrams
n"
effort. The Volkswagen was travel- BAKING t
: Despite the cuts in operat- CARROTS
_. ing north on US-301 when it I
ing funds, the school board left the pavement. and his POTATOES,
managed to save all em- Futch Abrams said. /({ S
NAVAL STORES ployees their job by trimmingthe
' MARKET: A TIME FOR A Minor injuries were 15e f4. I
bus routes from 33 to 20. reported for Matthews and the .
EFFICIENCY. Ask 19c
any gum last minute juggling of the
in his car, WilliamCityBudget.
passenger
producer about this season'sgum budget enabled personnel to Cello Pack LB.
prices, and prepare receive regular in-step pay 4"( ;,
yourself for: a sad story. increases and the re-employ-
'
ment,,of 12 Instruction aides Sunbeam
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Although weekly production i
"
I levels have improved over the whose positions has been left .ttItfa( : ",|.ralelt! ... ,t-U| .r' Roman Meal- *tKw.4 DO.YBL.E'KNITS: \\f .
out 'of the,,,budget in an I n' -
past month, total I department brought the IL1
production still lags bend economy move. $150,791 request from last 2 FOR : G

last year's.. And prices per In doing this, Supt. Jockel year up to $155,949 this year. BREADNorman's 99U
barrel (which in Januarywere lowered his reserve fund to Federal monies from the
about $32 above last' $65,000, which he says he can Comprehensive Employmentand

January's) are now about $20 live with, barring unforseen Training Act (CETA) will

lower than they were last expenses. fund two policemen and two
August. A breakdown of the entire radio operators for the comingnine Farm

What's happening? Is the school budget by school cost months at a cost of
industry dying? Some people center is printed on pages 4 $24,570. Last year's allotment
and 5 of this Issue of The Tele- Produce Market
think so because costs formaterials of$4,598 was split between two
and labor are graph.In policemen for three months.

rising, while returns are other action Grand total, including the 617 N. Temple Ave.96a6O71 '
shaky. Prices are taking their Monday CETA funds, for the police 100% POLYESTERA
the school board
time about going from their night'_ -Voted, 3-2 after lengthy: department, is $180,589. ?* Open Mon-Saf
March lows to their October Expenditures for the street
debate to the administration's
accept -
highs. This year they have
recommendation to and garbage department are I

stabilized little over at$60 the low point.of a rehire William Vogeney as a predicted to jump$20,000. The 1 colorful treat of'beautiful colors and patterns for your new Fall
requestlast year was$106,944,
But the naval stores market general Bradford science High after instructor he was at while this year's asked. 1 FromJackson's wardrobe. Full bolts of first quality Easy Care, Easy Wear knits

may well be in what the stock not recommended for rehiring $128,772. that will spark your imagination. The fabric for the whole family;

market likes to call. "a periodof from the middle school wherehe State gas expenditures are leisure suits for Dad, school clothes for the kids and anythinggoes
a
time adjustment"when unnaturally meaning high' was an industrial arts in down $12,000. from.$60,643 to Peddler: for Mom, from casual wear to Sunday best!

prices back to a structor. BHS Principal $48,645. Nome
realistic level. Charles Francis said he Intended The recreation department

more Export sales, which didn't no reflection on the did not submit a budget Center SWING INTO A FUN-FEST FALL
The $39,634 from last
request.
in board, staff, or Vogeney. He
exist in May, rose sharply
June and July to levels above employed Vogeney, Francis year was hiked $1,335 to WITH THE MOST FABULOUS FABRIC!

what they were at the same said, after two teachers suddenly $40,969 this year.Administrative. cost II1fll1fli-I I I
last week with
time last And naval resigned
year.
wchool in session and Franciswas requests went up, too. The
at Olustee
stores experts say cialGroup
$162,255 from last shouldgo 1l1 Sp
that last year's large imports unable to find replace- year
from Red China haven'tworked ments after looking at the up to about $177,774 in the STARKE.- FLAN KEYSTONE HGTS
out well for Americanindustry' placement service in Gaines next year.
increase overallIs CHERRY ST9646O78 HWY IOO ft 21
the
Though
needs the quality ville. Francis said Vot eney 00
just wasn't there,compared to was hired at BHS after discussion only slight, large increases 473-4973 $
came from separate items in
American gum products. It's with the administrativestaff. ,
hard to beat the oF slash and the utilities system expendi-
longleaf pines.So Board Member Arthur Gaekins tures. The overall total is $1 Bruce se
million with last 5860"W
contended that the year's being
efficiency and good decision of Middle School $971,243. The largest jump Scott p sless YARD
supervision. are the watchwords Principal Lennard Registernot came in the natural gas power' OE
for gum producers of to rehire Vogeney shouldbe plant, up $41,430 from $14,546
the South. In particular: upheld.In to$56,000. The second highest
-Don't waste time on trees the 3-2 vote, board mem- hike came in fuel oil costs,
that are poor producers. A bers Art Holliday Rodney which will rise from $594,563
tree under 9 inches.In Hall and Pat Spengler voted to to $625,000. The sewer plant
diameter is almost sure to lose back the recommendation; equipment and supplies call Our BLP Mobile Paint Is Going Up

money, when you figure in board ,members Arthur for a $10,000 increase.
labor and materials. So is a Gaskins and J.T. Parrish Natural gas expendituresmay Oct. 1

larger tree that simply isn't voted against., be slightly down from

running-Don't its waste share gum.of gum.Gum -Was Informed by Liberty, $122,524 to 118680.. This Wv vk'iSpecial". .!' &Z&/ y/Jir .

that ., runs under the r, f + tf.

gum tins that is misses lost.the cup.So So is is House CleaningWe ."JL4tii #r

gum that drools down past the :
tins from a too-wide shoulder.
Trash and rust that degrade
gum quality from WW or WGi, Safely Pressure Clean >
to an inferior grade lose

run money.down And across gum that last has year's to Mobile Homes <112>1eOl, $20.00 rr>.. K : (

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'
face loses in both quality\ and, -f.. jji ,

quantity less.more to harvest; "scrape"and is worth costs Houses. .' $25 & upPatiosSidewalksCarports 20 % OffPresent : i..



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al Stark.FloridaSubscription. ., and EquipmentFREE S0.i!

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OPERATING BUDGET BUDGET 1975.76 m, Benefits . . ; ..'. . . . ,. 3236.00 Benefits . . . ,:. ,'.i.! .'. : : . 915.00
BUDGET 1 FOR FISCAL CONTROL' $37,565.00Dlr.ctar ,I. Travel .I . . . . . . :. 1,450.00 Communications . . . . . .; . 500.00Utilltl.s.
ANCITIPATED REVENUE Salaries .of Business. .15000.00 Contracted Services / '.' . :. . ', 1437.00 -.' '. . . . . ,'. .r..s. 4300.00


EDERAL DISTRICT Accountant' '..630.00"Payroll hntal.on Malnt. on Machines Prlnt.r . . . .. . ... 3360.00 TOTAL 10900.00
'630.00 9b'Sec..ary ,
A.Impact . . . . . . . . $12,000 I Other Purchased Services ; '. .-. . . . 1700.00
5605.00 i aa
B. R.O.T.C. H' '' .."." ,. . / . . ... 11.500 Benefit .' 6256.00 Printing Record Forms for Schools )' TOTAL BUDGET $135,882.00
; v Supplies . . . . . . . . 5928.00
Travel for Business 1160.00
EDERAL STATE
Malnt. Contract 1.1SC.CIOTypewrlt.r
A. F.d.rolFood Reimbursement . . ; $140,000 TOTAL 44441.00
ft Adding Mach. BUDGET 1975.76
. . . LAWTEY ELEMENTARY
B. C.E.T.A . :. . : 19,500
Calculators .tc. for Adm.
C. Commodities . . . . . . . 32,000 STAFF DEVELOPMENT INSTRUCTION
j .'.'- '. .i. Postage, postage meter .. . .._ ,.,,900..CIOSupplle. Solaria. . . . . ... . . . .. 6190.00 Salaries .. .. 107712.00
; '. -. ,500.00 '
STATE ( Benefits . . . . . . . . 914.00 Benefit :, ., . 16062.00
Purcha. orders materials '
A. F.E.F.P .1 . . . . i. . . $2.862,091 accounting Travel *. . . . I" . . .-. .,. 300.00 Supplies !I.. 1005.00
for schools misc. for
B. Administrative Costs .2,13k:;; supplies Suppll. . . . . . . . . . 876.00 Textbooks 2214.00
bus!nets office
[In and out]
Malnt. school machines 5,000.00 .
Textbooks . . . .:. . . . 30.756 on TOTAL 8280.00 TOTAL 126993.00

D. Food Supplement . . ..Y. . . . 10.000 TOTAL '$53.815.00

Career Education . . ..,7. . . . 10.000 ADMINISTRATIONAudio GUIDANCE
Occupational Specialists .',.. . . . ; 30.664 BUDGET FOR FOOD SERVICE 1975.76 Visual Materials ..... ... ,,. ... 2500.00 Salaries .. 2704.00
EI.m.ntaryCoun.elar ...,, . . . 16.531 NDEA Matching Funds Benefits _. ... ... 415.00
4. Racing Commission . ,1. .. . . 39,956 Salaries 110930.00, TOTAL BUDGET $61,864.00BROOKER T

.License .. . . . . . . . 10,000 Benefits ::. .. . 21.923.00 'TOTAL 3119.00
Purchased Services 4,734.00 ELEMENTARY BUDGET 1975-76 '

LOCAL J.1 Freight on commodities, processingof INSTRUCTION LIBRARY SERVICES '.
A. District School Tax . . . . . $730.163 commodities, sales tax. Insect Salaries .: . . .--... . . . . 69940.00 Salaries I. 4,316.00

B. Food Sale . . . . . .-. . 140,000 spraying Benefits . . . \ . .. . 10631.00 Benefits .'. > 698.00
Supplies 1.06.00 Supplies . . . :'. '. :. i"... . . ; . 450.00 Supplies . / 25.00

OTHERA. Purchased Food .175,000.00 Textbooks . . . . . . .1. 1107.00 Periodicals 50.00
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Transportation ; . . . . . $160,183 Commodities,donated by U.S.D.A . . 32000.00 A-V Materials 50.00
B. Transfer from Debt Service . . . ; 7.000 Other Materials ft Sup. . . .13000.00 ., TOTAL $82,128.00 Furniture Fixtures, Equip. . ,. ... ... 90.00

C. Transfer from L.C.I.F . . .'. . .. ... 6,000D. Paper plates, napkin., straws '. Library Books ., .. .,.'' -. 150-
Fund Balance . . . . . . '_' 7.923 Chemicals used In the. kitchen GUIDANCE
Salaries .1 . . . . . . . . 1352.00 TOTAL .$5;379.00
$358.673.00 :
TOTAL $ 4.278.403 ._TOTAL Benefits . . . .-. .1". ... . . 215.00

COST CENTER BUDGETS CENTRAL SERVICES BUDGET 1975-76 .. STAFF DEVELOPMENT
TOTAL 1567.00 Salaries .. 200.00
Superintendent and School Board ."t 210527.00, COMPUTER OPERATIONS .
Benefits .
Director ... Affairs .. . . . .431.638.00 Salaries .' .3,115.OO MEDIA ,
Travel 200.00
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DIr.ctor-G.n.rol Services ... . .'. 334512.00 Benefits .' .1.435.00; Salaries .. . . . . . . . .c 5500.00 Supplies ..,227.00

Director Curriculum Instruction . . 61164.00 Purchased Services ._' 3.000.00Malnt. > Benefits ,..M ... . .t.. . . . . . ....00
Contracts Data ;a U
on Supplies . . . . . . . . . 25.00 TOTAL $687.00
TOTAL $1,038.541.00 Processing Equipment. 3 Periodicals . . . ... .., . ... . . 75.00
Supplies . . .
,600.00 Library Books . . . . . . . 100.00 ADMINISTRATION'
Brook.r Elementary . . . . . 116944.00 IBM cards comput.r, paper, etc. A.V Materials . . . . . . . 100.00 Salaries . .20764.00
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Hampton Elementary . . ,. . .. . 135,632.00lawt.y ., 1 "1 M Benefits .. . 3370.00
Elementary . . . . . 17'.310.00South.ld.II..Mary TOTAL $19,150.00.. .. TOTAL $*.688.00
Travel .
'' .. -? ,-. ?? ? 150.00
.}J''v.:'rs'I'.f.: Jfc,. 364,040.00Starke ; 'TRANSPORTATION BUDGET 1975-76 'r Suppit.s . . . . 150.00
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Elementary -. -. .Y.M"l.: : '; : .->. . ""400,432.00Vocational :rSalarla .. . $94966.10 STAFF DEVELOPMENT- )r4.1\i
; .: : '-'W4& 7r.:, n ;.: :: Other! ,Contract.d Services .'':.,. ..1.',.50.00
-:?Technical Schdtil.M. .r.r.T74,101;.Ht? Director 5,600 Salaries .. .. . ... . .. . . . . .263.00 tsBenefits : ;'
Bradford Middle School . ... : . . 629077.00 Secretary 3480 r' J . . . . . : . . . .47.00"-,o TOTAL $24,484.00:
Bradford High School . . ..' . .. 779702.00 Mechanics 25.741 .V h"\. .silk Supplies . . . . . . ._:. . 125.00

Safety Officer 1.925 OPERATION OF PLANT
TOTAL $3,178,488.00 Bus Drivers 55.320 \ TOTAL 435.00 Salaries 10010.00

Benefits .. ... ..! ? 16,964.00 Benefits ,773.00
EXPENDITURE TOTAL . . '" :
4217029.00 "
Retirement Matching S.S.. Insurance : ; ADMINISTRATION .
Communications .-.... . I.. 275.00
ANTICIPATED REVENUE TOTAL 4217029.00 Prof ft Tech. Services . .'. . t. 510.00 Salaries ; . . . . . . . 14,085.00 Utilities .". . i . ; .. 5300.00
Physicals for Bus Drivers Benefits . .. c.i . ,.4.1.. .. ... .,. . .1517.00
RESERVE BALANCE . '." $ 61.374.00 Repairs ft Maintenance .. 1047.00 Contracted lce. ::. .'. : . . ... 00..25.00 TOTAL $17,358.00

For services other man those Supplies .. . . . . . . . . 125.00
BOARD OF EDUCATION BUDGET 1975-76 by own employees '11, MAINTENANCE

Salaries Board . .0. ... . ; . 21011.00 Ga., OH ft Lub. 4 1. ; 30000.00 TOTAL 15752.00 Contracted"Services .. 200.00

5 x $4,216.20Benefits R.palrPart. 16000.00 . 90.00
. ... . . . . . . 3147.00 Tires ft Tubes *-. 5,000.00 OPERATION OF PLANT

Prof. ft T.ch. Services. . . . . . 5500.00 Other Materials ft Supplies 300.00 Salaries I . . . . . . . . 5.425.00" TOTAL $290.00

Attorney F... Oth.rP.rsonaiS.rvicm : . . 4500.00 Benefits . . .. . . . . . 949.00
Travel . . . . . . . . 3500.00 For personnel .mploy.d not on Communications . . . : . . :. ... 400.00 TOTAL.BUDGET 178310.00
Board Members ft Attorney regular payroll Utilities .'. . . :. '_' 0. ,;: > 3.600.00".,\, _
Suppll. . . . . . . . . 1.500.00 =
Dues and Fees . . . . . . 1000.00 _TOTAL $169.287.00 TOTAL 10374.00 i SOUTHSIDE ELEMENTARY BUDGET 1975.76
FS8A 950.00 FASBA 50.00 INSTRUCTION

Unemployment Compensation ... . . 10000.00 OPERATION OF PLANT BUDGET 1975-76 TOTAL BUDGET 116944.00 Salaries .. ,.. $250,121.00

Administrative Cost .. . . . . . 2136.00 Salaries. .'. 11205.00 1 Benefits .'. / . .. .. 33189.00
Book .ntry by Stat. Memo Custodian ...45 HAMPTON ELEMENTARY BUDGET 1975-76 TOTAL 283310.00
Malnt. Delivery 6,260 INSTRUCTION

TOTAL BUDGET $48.564.00 Benefits 1953.00 Salaries' . . . .'. . . . . 84.194.00 Supplies . ... 1749.00

Retirement S.S., Ins. Benefits . . . . . . . I' 13929.00 'Textbook Allocation t 4129.00

GENERAL ADMINISTRATION BUDGET Communications Supplies ... . . .-,' . . . 637.00 MiscellqneousSup .1 . .'764.00
1975-76 Telephones Textbooks . . . .*. . . . . .1,197.00 A-V Materials . .. 13.00

Salaries . . . . . . . . 30506.00 Public Utilities ,.. -. 15.000.00 Periodical . . ... 0 '.. .. .;, .'> . . 10.00 TOTAL 289965.00

Superintendent 22936.00 Supplies .'. 14000.00 A-V Materials . . . . '. '.1' . '. 30.00
Secretary 7570.00 Custodial Suppll. OTHER INSTRUCTION

Benefits . . . . . . . . .J 3000.00 Other P.r.onal.rvlaf 4000.00 TOTAL 100167.00 Salaries ... 4,056.00Benefits
Prof Tech. Services . . . . . j.. 2.600.00 Employees not on regular payroll 646.00
Audit Services GUIDANCE Supplies . 25.00
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Insurance Premiums . . . . . 50000.00 TOTAL $53.15B.OO Salaries ". . . . . . : . 1352.00 TOTAL 4727.00

Workman' Comp. 21.666.00 MAINTENANCE BUDGET 1975-76 Benefits . . . . ..-.,. . . 1 . 215.00
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SMP '14011.00 Salaries ., ,- 60395.00 LIBRARY SERVICES

Fleet Policy 4,925.00Vo Director B.500 ,; TOTAL 1567.00 olenrles .. 11000.00

T.ch FI..t 4,500.00 Secretary. 3.40 Benefits ... .1. . . 132.00
Misc. Policies 4.898.00 Foreman ft Elect. '.015... MEDIA TOTAL $11.832.00Binding

Travel . ;. . .'. .. . . . 2100.00 HeatftA/C 9,260 Salaries .. ? ; .'. . . -._. . ". ..;,' . 5500.00
Repairs ft Maintenance ', . . . ; . 577.00 Carp.nt.r 6,560 Benefits . . . . : . :. . I .'889.00 .,,...,,. o. .cr.c. .. 25.00

Contract on Saxon CopkrSupplimConsumabl. Plumber 6.560 Supplies . . . . .1. . . ... ,.,. 75.00 Supplies .. .'. 250.00
. . . . . 2.000.00 A.V. Repair 7.775 P.rlodlcals.. , .. 50.00 Periodicals I rf i.., ,.c. ;; ,-. v 175.00

Supplies Non-consumable .. ; . . . 500.00 Carpenter v- 5,500 A-V Materials . . . ..a. . . . 100.00 A.V. Materials ,t-.n..l.\. ; r. i.. 50.00

Furniture. Fixture, Equipment . . . 8.500.00 Gen. Malnt. 4.675 library Books . . . . .. ? >.,.. 0 t. .. 75.00 Equipment .- .i r. ; . . 1 0oioO
Southsldet 2 typewriter 2 film prof.. Benefits .'. 10127.00 '. I Library Books .; ; ..1, .. t. SO.OO
2 fll. cabinet 2200.00 Retirement. S.S.. Ins. TOTAL. $6.689.00 R.plac.Equlpment i ..? . 100.00

IHS Chair leg. 500.00 Travel 1.545.00 -'. '" \ 'J .
Lawtey: roof 300.00 Director ft School Survey Team ro 0' STAFF DEVILOPMENTI' TOTAL $12.582.00

BHS: band 2.000.00 Contracted Services 1.! 20,000.00,:, .
BHS: P.E. 1000.00 Materials ft Supplies . .19,850.00. Salarla .1 . ... .- ... .;'.'. :i .". A. 200.00 STAFF DEVELOPMENT

Hampton typewriter 300.00 Other, Materials ft Supplies . ISO..". Benefits ... ; . . .s.. : . ... . 30.00 Sdarlm . .'. 049.00

Operations Equip. 800.00 Travel . . . . .r.. .,. .',. .,;, ,,. 56.00 Benefits .. j. *..< *.. ., ... ... > ... 4 .. :..152.00
Bu. Office: Cat. 600.00 ._ TOTAL 112067.00 Supplies .... ", . ." .-.v.;". .', Of .'".";.\ .. ,200.00 Travel Expense 7. j .:. ttttf 258.00
'. .. '1 Consurnabl.Supph.s ,'. .- ,
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Misc. Equip. 800.00 CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION ,. .u. ; j.. .. 933.00
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Du.u. . . .: . . : . . . ".. . 880.00 BUDGET 1975-76 -J .TOTAL $486.00 Other Suppll. .. :.. <". ... *... ?. .- ".00
.; :.; .,''T' <:'< '" .*' TOTAL $1,632.00ADMINISTRATION
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GUIDANCE MgmcSalari. .
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TOTAL 101363.00 . . <... $ .'b" ADMINISTRATIONSalaries 0 'j J
Benell" . . . . . . 103.00 .,... : 101., .1.:>:!. -h'*,*:>' .. .'. .!13,694.00 .
Other Personal Services v. . . . . 8.000.00 T.I . ...\ . *. .... ...350.00 Benefits . . . . . :. ,.il", ._.<*.t)0) ?7Zoo.OQ Salaries. . .. .. .J;? ..;. .. .4.21,073.00Benefits
Workstudy Students .. .. .. ... . .. ; .'. .'. '. .', .v'. ..;
Supplls . ., .* . ., . .. 5800.00 "Supp+f $i'r..1.y.. ,:v. ,. 4?..113.00 j.f < 3,417.00
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Tronsf.rtoD.bt.rvia! . . ,.. . . 50000.00 : ; 3w! t -> ..-?. >*' Travel .. .... .I..1..11'.M.I; .. .. 100.00

Prof ft Tech. Services . .. ". . .-. '. 5.600.00. :. TOTAL $6,643.00 ,)1,;'(.,:'" ., TOTAL .' $16.073.00f School Postage k . ,: ;..;f' 60.00
Health Department < ; :.; 0'' M1 SupplimI.r..u/cJ./.4.4.i.. : ; . .'.'1ti230.00\

: CURRICULUM *"ti. v".' OPSRATIOMPf:>LAW.: _. Other Supplies.. ,.1.' .' ..;. < /-...;. p.S .t20.00'

TOTAL ADMINISTRATION BUDGET $161,963.00 $olorl... ..,.. ..'. ,', ,". ,1..1. rrr.'..'.-," 27.330...""'"..Salaries.. .... . .. .,. . .. .0... . !" .1156.00J TOTAL $24,900.00 '




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IINTAYLOR MURDER TRIAL
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I School Budget"'Continued -/- .:- .- f- I. r" 'r Judge- Changes His "Mind .



OPERATION OF PLANT Teacher Supplies . . . . . . 3,575.00

Salaries ... . . ". . . . . 13555.00 T.xtbooIcAlioc. . . . .1. . . .? 6571.00 Evidence I

B*>ne>f its i. . ', .'. .-. .'. . . . 2444.00 Food Supplies, Consumer Ed. . . . : . 200.00 On Suppressing

Telephone . ,' . . .'. .'. .'. .,, .', (60.00 ,TOTAL $481,682.00 I .. .

Utilities ; . . .'. . ., .1.: ,'. r. : .'. ..13.000.00 "* GUIDANCE .
TOTAL $29.859.00 STARKE A second and degree murder In the Nov. 30, Defense'requested Monday against him.
Salaries,2 Guidance . . . . . 19505.00 two-part pretrial motion to 1971 pistol deaths of two beau- that two articles of evidence First Assistant State Attorney -
MAINTENANCE Benefits . . . . . .'. .. . 3.113.00'Suppll. suppress evidence in testi- ticians in Nell's Style Shop onSR21 against Taylor be suppresseddue Kenneth Hebert arguing
.. . . . . . . . ,1.100.00 mony to. be used against between Keystone to violation of the defen- for the prosecution stated
Machine . . .. .' 225.00A.V.
Main*. . .1.1. TOTAL 22.788.00LIBRARY defendant Carl Robert Taylorin Heights and Melrose and the dant's constitutional rights.. that Taylor had lawyers in
Repair Ports . ; . .. . . . 150.00 the, Melrose murder case 16-year-old daughter of one Barker said that statements Colorado who drew up the
TOTAL $375.00 1 was denied by Circuit Judge woman who disappeared the given by Taylor to Coloradolaw statement agreement and
SERVICES R.A. Green here Monday af day the women were killed enforcement officers in who could have also advised
Salaries.2 Librarian . . . . . 16,775.00 ternoon. and whose skeleton was foundin 1972 for plea bargaining were him that one state's agree-

Benefits ... . . .u. . . . . 2,778.00 Judge Green ruled after a wooded area off SR-1S inadmissable because the ment does not necessarilyhold
STARKE ELEMENTARY BUDGET 1975.76 Periodical : .1. . . . . . . 301.00 two hours of intensive legal near Starke on June 23 1972. defendant was not advised in all states.
to the second Killed were Mrs. Bobbie L. that the information might be "If they (his lawyers) left a
INSTRUCTION Audio Visual Material : . . . . ; . 101.00 argument'of grant Turner 37, and Miss Patricia used against him in other loophole and that's what this
Salaries . . . . . .'. . . 2S5.988.00 Library Book . . . . ; . . ? ....00 part official opinion motion about suppressing resultsof Marr 22, and Valerie Turner states and other cases. is, why can't the state of Flo-
Benefits . . . .'. . . . . 32697.00 TOTAL .20,803.00 a polygraph test but denied 16. The second portion of the rida use it??" Hebert said.
Supplies .h...,.; .. .? ;. ., . . .'. .-> 3,085.00' first part ol motion to suppress The trial is scheduled to get motion involved a polygraphtest In response to the second
Textbooks . . . ,: .'. .1. . ..; 4,397.00 STAFF DEVELOPMENT evidence about Taylor under way Sept. 22, barringany administered to Taylor at part of the motion. Hebert
statements to law 'en further motion by attor Florida. state attorney's said that the polygraph was
TOTAL $326,167.00 Prof ft Tech. Service . . . . . .*. 1,384.00 forcement! officers. Several neys. A previous motion to request in Folsom Prison San suggested! by Taylor in a nego

Travel . ... . . . . . . r. 660.00 hours later, Green changedthe suppress evidence on June 10 Quenton Calif., in 1974. Bar-1, tiation. The defendant
GUIDANCE Supplies . . . . .. . . . . 890.00 decision to denial of both by special public defender ker stated that the test was proposed he said to take the
'Salads' . . . . . . . . 4,056.00 TOTAL 2,934.00 parts'of the motion. Jeffrey H. Barker resulted in given without defendant's full test and if he passed the state

,Benefits ... I, .. .. . .7,: . . .,. : :>) "6.00 Taylor :37, is under indict a continuance of the trial to knowledge that the results would drop charges against
ment on three courts of first collect more evidence. might be entered as evidence him. If he failed however it
TOTAL $ .702.00 ADMINISTRATION ..i could be used against him in

Salaries . . . . .. . . $38,595.00 .,....'..:.... ......... ............ ........................ ... .. .......... ....... ........... court Hebert said.
LIBRARY SERVICES 2 Adm ft 1 Sec. Taylor signed waiver of

Salaries . . . .. .,'. .,' ; . . f. 12,050.00 Benefit . . .a. .v. . .... . . 6162.00 rights Hebert forms said in and each the instance defen-

leneflts . . . . ; "d . . 927.00 ,Travel . . . . . . . . .100.00 \ dant was knowledgeable

Other Purchased Services . . . . . 50.00 Contracted Service . . . . . . 799.00 enough about law to do so

Supplies . .. . . . . ; . . .' 250.00 Communication. . . . . . . . 250.00 .I :', ; ,_., without counsel as he did for

Periodicals . . . . . . . .' 200.00 Supplies, . .. to . . .... .. . . 2376.00 \. ii_._._ :..;.:.oMV".t ._ .. rSehoo I ,, the polygraph test.
Taylor testified that the
A-V Materials . . .,. . . . . 50.00 TOTAL 48,282.00 ,' documents were willingly
Furniture. Fixtures, Equipment ; ,;: . . . 100.00 ) Board of Bradford Counhy signed but that he understood

Library Books . . . .-.., .. . . . 50.00 OPERATION PLANT ,. i Hebert had cleared the sign-
Replacement of Equipment . ..... .. .'. r. 100.00 Salaries,4. full tlm./2 part ,.: . : . 24.724.00 ing with his lawyers. He said

TOTAL 13777.00 Benefit . . i. .. .'. . . . . 3714.00 that Hebert's statements in
September 8 1975 California led him to believe
a t. Communication . .. ,
,1 . .. . 1.500.00 that the lawyers had approved
STAFF DEVELOPMENT Utilities . . . '\1 . .. :;:. . 22500.00

Salaries .. . .7 . .'. . . .' . . 300.00 TOTAL 52,438.00 t it.Hebert, under oath stated

Benefits . .'. . . . . :. . . 50.00 Pursuant the J that he had never been to California -
: to provisions of Section the case and had
Prof t !ech. Services . . . . . 375.00 i, MAINTENANCE never on spoken r with Taylor

Travel, ; . . ',',' . . .. 1 . . 305.00 Supplle. .. . . . l. . . . . 150.00 237.081 of the Florida Statutes notice is about signing the documents..

Supplies . . . . . . .. . . 823.00 ; Following the hearing. Bar
TOTAL 1853.00 TOTAL BUDGET 629077.00 ker said he would appeal
hereby
given that a public hearing will Green'sdecision on grounds of

.' ADMINISTRATION BRADFORD HIGH SCHOOL BUDGET be .held. by the School Board of Bradford violation rights.of Taylor's constitutional -

Salaries . . . .1 . . . . $20,825.00 1975-76 .' Green indicated he would

Benefits . . . . . ,. . . 3311.00 INSTRUCTION 'County Florida at the hours of 7 allow continuance of trial if

Travel . . . . . . . . . 100.00 Salaries and Supplements . 1 . . .. 482.276.00 p.m. on. necessary decisions to accommodate on pretrial

Communication . . .'.'. . . i . ; 75.00Supplies Benefit . . ; . . . . . 70095.00 September 18 1975 at the County appellate motions...'
. . . . . . . . 300.00Other ,
Suppll.. . . . . . . . . 4,300.00
Materials i . . . . 65.00 '
Supplies : : School Administration
Textbook Allocation . . ;. . ..:. 7,107.00 Building 582 CUBB ExtendsTo
TOTAL $24,746.00 Food Home. Economic :v/': ;.. . . .'. . ;:. 400.00

OPERATION OF PLANT TOTAL $564,178.00 :: North Temple Avenue Starke Florida Handicapped

Salaries . . . . . ... . . . 13675.00 GUIDANCE j ,.for the considering the CUBB is now recruiting
Benefits . . . . . . . . 2463.00 purpose handicapped 3-, 4and; 5-year
Salaries . . . . '. . . . 25,480.00
Communications . . . . . . . 700.00 I. old children to participate in
Benefit ;. .'. . . . . . . 3242.00'' I i proposed school board budget of said the Head Start Program.
Utilities . . . . . . . . 12,000.00TOTAL .
\. Supplle . \ . . . . . . .,. 200.00 Mixing.handicapped and
$28,838.00'U oft TOTAL 28,922.00 .c county.for,the fiscal nonhandicappexK children is
q I beginning July
year
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'''V'' expected to-giv .aU .the Ichildren /'
'-... MAINTENANCE ,*"*I-I,1..2 : .-..... 1976 a-1ralaable experience
(!0 LIBliAlifs'ERVlCES" .J 1'1975; and ending June 30; which to understand ,
Contracred Services . . ; ; /1: ;': '.'.'. .'\ ':. 250.00'Supplies : Salaries'.... . . .'. . :. . .,21,580.00'Benefit / in and learning respect differences -
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. . . . . . . 100.00 \
.. . . . .. . . . 2.511.00Suppll. : budget is summarized on these pages. among people an

TOTAL $350.00 .* . . . . ; . . .. 200.00 .. agency representative said.
The staff workers are trainedto
Periodicals . . ,.. . . . . . 300.00 .. work with handicapped
\ TOTAL BUDGET $400.433.00 Audio-Visual Materials . . . . :. . 600.00 children and their families.For .

Library Books .,' . . :. . . .*. 1200.00 The millage levy required l to participate additional informationcall
TOTAL 26391.00 964-8161 or write to the
BRADFORD-UNION AREA VO-TECH CENTER'BUDGET iii the Florida Education Head Start Central Office at
1975.76 Finance 136 N. Temple Ave. P.O.

INSTRUCTIONSalorii. Consultant Services STAFF. .DEVELOPMENT. . . . .-. . 400.00 Program is 6.2931 mills. The millage I 32091 Drawer 970 Starke, Fla'.
. . . :. . . . . $271,080.00Benefits Travel ... . t. . 2330.00

. . . . . . . 40.540.00 Supplies ... .,-. ,p..I..z.. h"."' .>. ..."..... b. . 300.00 !levy proposed for current operating -
Travel . . . . : . . . .1350.00 'TOTAL" 3030.00 purposes I .. I

Repairs ft Malnt. Contract.d . . . . 7,350.00Supplies is 6.2931 mills. s 1 tJ

. . . . . . .. .a 13,620.00 ADMINISTRATION

Textbook . . .,. . .'. . . 957.00 ./1 .
Salarl.s..v.e I . . . . . . 64710.00 / / II
Gas Oil, Great . . . . . . 3,369.00R.pairPorts Benefit .'. < ... :1..I. . ;7610.00 I' J. "' .
. . . . 2,750.00TirsTubs <
. . Travel t . . . . . . . . . 407.00 H C rnlan Richard H. Jockel Superintendent
. . . . .. . 1200.00 o ne
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Contract.d Service Repair . . . . 400.00 School Board ofjhrfdford County Bradford County School,
Oth.r Materials ft Supplies . ; ; . . t 1425.00 Portage .' . . . . . . . 700.00 ............ .. ................................................................... ...... Lackadaisical meaning Indo-
ft 7.745.00 lent conies from the early
Furniture fixtures Sup pile. . . .-. . . . . . 500.00 alackaday an exclamation
Motorv.hicls . . : ; .'. .. . X. . 400.00 English
TOTAL $74.397.00 ; of lighthearted dismissal
Replacement of .qulpm.nt . . .7. . 8000.00 EXPENDITURESBUDGETS
TOTAL $359.786.00. '. i ? ;; I, II, III of care.
OPERATION OF PLANT

Salaries I. ... .. .'. ;J. : .'. ;. ... .. 23325.00 "

GUIDANCE Benefits . ; . .v.--. .'. i . 3.895.00 .. -
Salaries . . . . . .. . . 60467.00 )'. >' .
Communication . ; . . . . . 2100.00 SERVICE FUNDS
PART 11. DEBT
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Benefits . . ,, .
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Utllltle. .. . i. . . . . . 53.164.00i 1975.76 .
Supplies t. ..i.5 . .. . ,.; ./.. . 3,342.00; TOTAL 82.484.00

Furniture. fixtures ft equip . . . i . 1500.00 ., '' TOTAL saa aoNO .acTION DIST N.. I OTNSISUDOST
TOTAL 73623.00 MAINTENANCI ISsuas U7.1 LOAN .SONDISSUU{ 1roe//r/
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WIMaa4r' saa .ft 124.131,11 124..71 TRACK
'. ,, Supplies '. to'. .;;% P i .r..r'.". . . . .v. 300.00 aKlel c..."',...... rune/. 'U."' ." 151IN.NTu55
LIBRARY SERVICES r 11._." ..",,"
. 11.000.00Benefit. Pr.,, Or.r.Hn1 rnes '1.1I1-.rI' ".0"." N...,.. ', .
Salaries .. ; . . . . v
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TOTAL BUDGET $779,702.00 Tot.1 ""' a.vsnu.f a Tr.n.I.r. IM.'ft,71 114.,71 H. 11." 'N. "
. I. .'. . : . .. 1.778.00 anus .......a 'Jury ,. 91S, 401.211.71 217.IM.42 .1{, ,aNr.77 )'._,11'
Supplies . ... .,; . . . . . 100.00 TiNI ..""'.... ...v........ TranhNrL a 5.1.4355.44. al2nUI NAND. 4L.17..n -17.11

TOTAL 12,878.00 \ ., -
".,..._.. U1.n L.a.L bees a TI"'. W..._ ,...."." 43J11.0. 11._." H....." 131."
I__I M U7,1" L..,,.MI _. no..H II."'," ......" I."'." n'.117.. ,
STAFF DEVELOPMENT ,REVENUE"FOR BUDGETS II, III, ft IV I OIMe 0.55 Ieovl. Ov.s a "..., 3,411.374..N 4....." 3"."
7.4.1 A__........ .
3N.S2Lp 121.21tS7 4.0155 "' '.7."
Travels, ?-. ; ..' . . . .'. . ; . 1363.00 BUDGET N DEBT SERVICE FUNDSI. T.Or.rnNeS "U_ 'K-12)-r.r71 7,010T.NI ,.X7,111. 7._,"
Salaries . . i . . . . . .... 64038.00 I. Stat. Source* ,,__.._ a Tr"SNrs. I .II.,., 121.s1t.11 44,10.55 .17."'," 1N.ISI,55

Benefits ',' . .. ',' . . . ? 6.867.00 A. Withheld for COM ,. ;. i.. . $124.158.71B. r.e_ ,aaae44, .I.... H. IDs 414.121,5tia,7a.N 1..21" 7....." "....It,1IT
Travel . . ,.. . . . . . . 250.00 Racing Commissions Fund. T.:. : 183.044.00 __utN.s. Tra55Nra. S. h... 7",40 142.III.n NA55.3 51,437.97'.. 34.51t.n

Repairs ft Maintenance '. . . . .. . 250.00

Communications . . ... . .. . 1500.00 II. Local Source* ..

Supplies. . : . . . . . .. :.. 1200.00 A.' Tax* . . . .11.t .n." ; ; 38.900.00 PART III, CAPITAL .". '{
Furniture, Fixtures ft Equip. ... . ... . 1000.00 IMPROVEMENT
'
r, FUNDS 1975.76
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TOTAL 75.105.00
,III. Incoming Transfer Of k .. ..
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A. From Operating Budget ... . . 50.000.00 t. .; coso{ .
OPERATION OP PLANT .. .. 01...._.... P.NaN

Salaries .. ,. . '. . .. . ..14.421.00: TOTAL BUDGET II $396.102.71 t .. T.1.1' T.-1ft coal LCD 'yr:M/ws7' .tety 1.la'WM CK a.D'
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: 2575.00 co a. as DN/rneNd II C.uuN. ,' to."1.1. IIIIL": .'
Benefits ,?, < . ." her.//< _" ,. .. "
Communications_ ... . .. .,, . .... .. ..... 7. 3300.00 : "' oaw T.NIiO.MN C..lf\tl aW"_ Ma Tr..... 0JN,5S --

Utllltle. . . ; .-'.%",' .. ;J1. .'; f.', ,, 30.000.00 c BUDGET IM CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT FUNDS a..rvsI .=-:-.==. ...1.71 1.1f 14.1IL:J44.71: a 11.-. 1Ia,351.N 'a.37./1 131.0: '" "".) :IIIMN 114.1.0u..a4..wM : : ..0Ts
Furniture, Fixtures Equip. . . .,. ".. . . 300.00 > -iI. $& HISaiSa a.,1e... Tr.......a Saleec55 .1"14.71 .,.."/.. 1Ia.NL44 4.44.47 11',N 21.7.5 re SM5LU.aw "
,. TOTAL 50.596.00 I. /State) Sourcei, .. L.CI" 11M.{ __ fir I..weaca Leu R"w.ry.
'j A. CO i DS Distributed to COun.... . 16111.20 "II
.-..a ANM 1.I5N1.N '.I..IOU4..: t.; (: :
..;.... MAINTENANCI B. Compr.h.nslv.School Construction .83,63.00 rI, --- .4r.I...- 14"".,." A. r .' ,.' 14,010 '..",... '. ..:J I
. .. . .. 750.00TOTAL TrimL 005". rw1/. IIC-I2I-"" 1 5,40.0 'LI .N t "
Furniture! ; Fixture*, Equip. TOTAL BUDGET III 99794.20 TI AISIeIrIMi.es Tr........ 1,122,444.4 ." '1.102,351.44 4..N ... i4.MI.N ., .N ,,1'I
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f. I row s4.1 -1. ISLNL27 PA11.a .5 44W Ilan a. IbW.N i i.

BUDGET $574,101.00 T.aarN.lal"L: / TraMNrL a ___ '.HIo'''''' eL/O.a '1,10,351.0 1,44.1' I/4.N' a/"iJs NMLNJ" "
CONTRACTED PROGRAMS :.)1"j ;.. ,:" "
BUDGET IV fA t '
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BRADFORD MIDDLE SCHOOL'' BUDGET 1975-76 'A. Vecetlonal Funds .. ,. . . .-. 52,099.40'B. a 1'\1U.. r CONTRACTED, PROGRAM fUNDS i v4. '' *;\\!7 :' n sr' tt

M .>, INSTRUCTION orSolI. Title I . .n . . . .... ..ItO.MS.OO ;111'>', ..'. : 1 "'1 .t.: I" l 4t )
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41.3 '
Teachers.
3..I.t.. 01"'.. 1t.5.t3 ." .... '.;' ", :A, TOTAL BUDGET' IV. ';'v .j'U9;'' ,U.40.. !. ,;. '.".' -, ''"..... "'..".,. ,H' : 3MIr.1.. IL551aI. IL55.Nd S7n7eq ...Mi." 1: \,," I.-''t.II2n,1 ,

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TELEGRAPH September 11,1975Tornadoes




I Host Ocala Vanguard. In Friday Opener I




STARKE A big explosive performer who is just a juniorat backer fills the gap in the the weak side. Quarterback, Hurse's traditional and effec Emmitt, 'Bright!,' the cord 1 wards' and 'BObby ''Smith or week the opener.to practice The return of guard-this
Ocala Vanguard eleven with 6-1 and 190. The Knights middle the other backs up the Colson doubles as the safety. tive 5-4 defense. The middle net-back Jerome Reddish, and Charles ''Reamst tight end linebacker Paul Jenkins has
the best quarterback the Tornadoes probably think of Swope as a weak side of the line. There is The Knights execute will face this season super player. Swope is a light a cornerback on the outside of the offensive line gels off the- Pooser, the tackles Marty ley and Kenny Aycox. .son Prevatt, quarterback coaches. Jenkins' return gives
will greet Bradford High heavyweight wrestling the strong side end's shoulder. ball quicklyand QB Colson Russell and Wayne Scott, and Tentative offensive starters Jimmy Prevatt, fullback the Tornadoes depth at
gridders tomorrow (Friday champion.Don The three middle men in the has a command of Jhe (defensive -, ends Keith Carter and' Jay, for the Tornadoes will be cen' Jimmy Clark,. tailback Beaver and linebacker, meaning guard the
Sept. 12)) at 8 p.m. on the localfield. Knight defense weigh 210, 207, situation.. \ Godwin. Linebackers will be ter Jeffrey Jockel guards, DeSue, and halfback four starters can
get
Colson will find himselfa and 195. All are, strong andbig Bradford High will counter Curtis Crawford and Jimmy- Scott Pooser and Perry: Richard Lashley. rest. ''Jenkins aggravated some
very much respected quar ; Swope, at 190, backs up the Knights, with.:"Coach Clark.' 1'he' monster will be Bryan, tackles Tommy Ed-. )! The Tornadoes the opener old Injury but Is ready aftel'rest. an
Bradford High's biggest terback when he goes back to will show a variety of offen- .
weakness will be inexperience pass, can't find a receiver sive sets, running from the ,
says Head Tornado open, and scrambles. Barber ; Gator power-I, slot and pro set with
David Hurse. "We'll be a good "One of our biggest tasks Fixture Defense two wide receivers.. Rollback Jimmy Clark and

football team by the end of the will be to contain Colson keep .. Coach Hurse reports an en- running back Beaver DeSueare
season..." him Inside," Coach Hurse couraging week of practice also back in practice after
says. Saturday night at 730.: season and recovered one. since the disappointing per* missing a few days after being/
Though football's his thing, 'We. have confidencein One Bradford High fan;: i banged up in the
Coach Tom every
But Vanguard it'll be ball for formance in the jamboree. Jamboree.
Freeman says: Offensively the Knights will Bradford a new TornadoturnedGator game ex-- the world In him. ,"- Dickey remembers when Barber Every Tornado player is Both are <<:xpecle
"We expect to meet a really run the veer option from the footballer Vernon said. stopped the Tornadoes' tough expected to be reacy to go for tomorrow night.
good football team. Hurse slot "and they have the personnel Barber Florida r Barber himself was pleased Palatka. at the Starke: three;
always had a well-drilled disciplined to do it," Hurse said. Field. Saturday'at 'with his showing at the yard line, keeping Palatka .
Colson can be expected to the Gators from scoring and giving
team. I feel we have a put Barber of 'scrimmage game OverconfidentBHS
,
Lawtey
was
good chance to win whoever the ball in the air a lot. His recently shifted from his had last week. Bradford a big victory back iq<'
favorite receiver is Don Hop- He said he likes his position
ball Fri-
the best defensive end the
plays game into monster 1971.Barber
least number of kins who runs from the slot "okay) but will "go anywherethey was the first Lawtey;
day with the position in place of senior all- "
and and put me. resident to sign a collegei;
will win." gets open can run American candidate
errors with the ball when he catchesit. Fields. Fields is Wayne after Barber admitted that he scholarship. He wants to be a. Upset
BUS edged Vanguard 15-8 in Hopkins is 6-0 177. knee resting likes the new spot better"it'seasier' sports announcer; and will
the opener in Ocala last year. Getting the pitch on the surgery. not as rough and enter the College of Jour
But neither his former of his
Vanguard scored in the final option will be Kenny Lowe a coach tough" as defensive end. ..nalism and Communications) GHS Santa
present sees
two minutes but what could 5-10,165 pound speedster. And problem with the switch. any Barber sees a whole team this fall to -major. in broad-, By ,

have been the winning TD was Swope is a power;; running "Barber is the type of working together this year, as casting.' : aboutt;,
opposed to only a few men .Barber has no qualms
called back threat from his fullback spot.
on a clipping
athlete that the
which occurred when can adapt to running the show in last year's 'starting at his new position. In'!
the penalty Ocala runner was just a Those backs will run behind defensive secondary at" Vernon Barber team.," He also compared fact he said he' is "looking! F..In Jamboree: /
linebacker defensive
or end football high school, forward it '! he can'play
couple of from the goal. the blocking of tackles Randy David college to to hoping ,
steps his high school coach pleased with Barber's he liked better well Fields, andt
Owens, 6-4, 245 and Dennis per- saying college as as,
Thomas, 5-11, 233. Both are Hurse said."Vernon formance, too. because it was. "more exciting that no onw will recognize the' Iii other games that night.
Coach Hurse vividly recalls blockers. Guards has two things "Vernon is one of the most newcomer to the position. : GAINESVILLE .- Though Eastside: High School inGainesville
'big strong
that game and is definitely not and going for him. One he has a versatile athletes on our team. : the. Santa ,Fe Raiders only defeated Santa Ke;
5-10, '
Jim Penmngton 185
taking the Knights lightly Tim Miller 5-10, 165, are great attitude about the game He can play defensive end, The !5-11, 212-pound Junior "'\cJ squeezed by 1-0, the 70. The lirst touchdown of the''/
went 3-7 last and will do ask. Gainesville High Hurricanes
even though they anything you played offensive guar i"'::: .
and thescort'cal1won.4
strong agile good linebacker or in the secon- jamboree
season. And two, he had a quicknessand linebacker at Bradford High proved more deadly with a 7-0
buck"
blockers, the BHS scouting dary. He has exceptional two-yard run by running(
natural ability that make for three years. He has letstered win over Bradford High
.
The Knights twoplatoonmost report says.Defensively him adjust to various speed ''and has adjusted with the Gators twice,, Tornado, gridders Friday Lo James. Eastside

of the way, with a few the Knights are positions" he said. Barber playing In the once his'freshman year. Last night in the high school Other scores Fe were, Buchhol/ II tlIo'U I-
players going both ways. One expected to use a 533. The will be in the field somewherein secondary," he said., year he started eight games at I. jamboree at Florida Field. 7-0overSanla Kastside.: and Buchhol/
suc'lj player is fullback and five down men are split threeon the UF defense every game Dickey said Barber will weakside end, making '31 Coach David Hurse had I) Gainesville.\
weak side linebacker Stan one side of the center and this season, Hurse predicts. start against Southern tackles and 31 assists. He also Mankind U-A'compoitt off I mixed reactions to his team's 1-0 over the; jamboree

Sw: ope.a tremendously strong two on the other. One line- Gator Coach Doug Dickey is Methodist University forced two fumbles during the heavenly and earthly. :>j performance."overconfident The Tornadoeswere against"and Santa bv Fe kicking opened off to Mai..ke.

l..ashlercturm'd the
Kir' Richard
"embarrassed Santa
F :Nurse said in-n interview' ball to the Starke :))8. The team

I after the contests.On was able to advance only two
and the; Tornadoes -,
i the other hand. Hurse yards, I though
IThIv.fft4 VALUES said the Tornadoes "played a had to punt.
with the
good ball game"' against In I theirsecond (lime
.' ableto
: Gainesville High because ball the TornadlM.'s"l'e..
"they tried harder" make u first down. drivingdown
The Raiders beat the to the Santa Fe 25. but
; V i I Tornadoes by a 1-0 score in were thrown for a loss Ixivk to
FOR THESPORTSMAN' over time play. A new Florida the 34 the next play on ut'ourth
( High School Activities down.. Bl'ildlordIS
family centers Association rule says ifa penalized for delay of game,
the ::1\1.)\> and
dropping them to .
game ends in a tie. the ball is '
placed on the 30-yard line and torcing them to punt.
each team alternately The punt \u'nloulof Ixuuulsn
receives one down. At the end the S.lI1ta'IIIW yard line.

mE( J0Ilmm( 0CJJ(! J(L of that four has downs driven each, the the team ball ,iiiul to me the nine Haiders before could punting.only get/"

deepest into the other team'sterritory The Tm'lUldlM.'IIIIMlk over on
? is declared the the Santa Fe 43, getting a first
U.S. 301 South "SSI Starke Fla
winner; clown on u personal 'loul by
:Santa; Ke. Thrown( 'lor another
The rule used threedme'
Open Mon Wed 9 to 8Thurs'' Sat 9 to 9 Sun 12 to 6 in new the jamboree was with lists, I Ihl' Tornadoes louiul
z kicking //II: I n.
themselves !/: !
r ,) '.$ fa'r' is .advan agi!4'of'f'utw' lot'' them with :Mi seconds lo !go/: in 1 the
.
.. ...l,- ,4 i -- .4 "t"' .' ... ; IftlichholZ'1X'allastsTd 't b'iA' j.II\It'. ...',,,: ,, :
I : II ;;.ti J. 'brie'overtime,. and knocked ThtdtLIidt'l's I ( u crc.illfclirie insl'o'e <
UnfinishedGUN down Gainesville High in the so the "name, 'went into
'other. overtime,
made hill'I iu.'ul'lirun.
Si round
Santa Fe grabbed( (he win
.. and two) plays later.Itcrnardo .
CABINETKnotty Model 75 SemiAutdmaticLONG over Bradford on a completed connected! with
;36-yard pass from Budd'Bernardo
\ f to Vince Campbellon Ciiniphell, lor the :(ti-yard pass.lo .
cabinetfor third down' that look the give Sanla Ke .he winmnuyardage. /
pine RIFLE '
GL.N.F .
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rifles ( < Raiders to the Starke mm.
or shotguns. '. In the second game/ hold
The last was l b
Has lock on door, .22 Caliber ., t Cranston play"'rl.'t'nc10 a run theStarke > Gainesville: unit>'Slarke lirltl

bottom drawer for four yard line.'. Raider each other! in a relatielMutiomiry >
smaller items. Ready $3988 William Stroud ran for five position. Thai. I IN.
with
.22 Caliber semi-automatic car
hroke through
until Warren
yards to the Slarke 43 the
to stain or paint to $ on
match your colors and "_ bine. Walnut stock, has 9 shot tubular 4 2,88 'first play in the I 'overtime tlu- middle lor. the an-yard
-
magazine, and. 4 power scope. period. touchdown run.Slarke
"
ideas. 24" width, 13" ; In Bradford's second made two more Brat I
;
depth. 63" ,height Re 59M quarter (the Hurricanes ,k\I 1\4. Inn it wasn't enough( lo
9'Golden Teat (the Hurricanes.Hursi .
overall size. ',' whistled bIhe..' Tornadoes on
;, a hand-off"through the middle said fur I ul ur<-

lo Carl Warren 'lor u ta1-yard games. IK wants the team in''
scoring play, on I the first down "Iot -t Howl to basics get the'ollense
after a Slarke punt. The extra In lire olf on the jilll) ;V
"T" SAND PAPER ; point kick was good giving .11 they ilo this. I Hurse said In;
"r = the Hurricanes. a ;-0 lead. It'\.'Is. "t(hey \\ill be gout in I Ilk;
run'I'' :
Flint sand with 2 each of long(
type paper ( I
extra fine, fine and medium grade 2 7 'I- '

sheets. In the 9" x 10" size. PRG iA Model 67 Pump' Tigers 'ExpectingTough


V .
V PAINT BRUSH .

SHOTGlfN'Springfield
Savage ,
"
2" Width bristle brush with plastic Opener

handle. Great for small jobs around the 57 f

home. EACHwoooCoFi 12, 20 or 410 Gauge.$ '

Walnut stock with side l ejection; 7 888tapered In West NassauLAKE '

slide' handle., steel : ;

.d.e..I l. .barrel chambered for 2?4" and players., 111.1'rllm\ West
= .
'isHING ffX;| .BBB 3", 12, 20 or 410 Gauge, LIMIT Bl'TLBR Coach :Nassau. Coach' Durrc.lt has a
: H, 1 Jack Jones will field the 1 IY7J; 47 man squad listed on his rosIer -
-
edition of the Union
I High thin !season. Jones says,,
Tigers when they host West with no Ircshmen listed.
PRODUCTS fir. rtf" :Nassau' High IomorrowIFrida' i Tiger fans can expect lo seethe
y Sept. 121) at 8 p.m. ( lIamtpalented triple
t\ .,A capacity crowd is. expected option running attack this
The 1IwTh 1-- : to how the
Tone-'n'Tique : see new Sl"alloo.'t'leran quarterback
wood finishers which $199 ;.. smaller but quicker squad of Eddie flaw will be runningthe
include wood stains, $499EACH Tigers!wlll fair Union High show ugain.. Smaller this

latex colors, latex TO IT EACH I .7 ;:;=. dominated boree with Cross last week's City Chief jam- do year more than passing last, the than Tigers last may sea-''

.antiquing, clear n '' :; Vis ountRIFL'E' land New: and West Williston last week. son but they showed a powerful
Nassau coach
FREE! "How-To-Do-It" BookletWith Don' Barrett has chosen to and Cross City.. "
r keep his new team under 'The defense is basic-,
the purchase of any Tone-'n'Tique product. Beautiful 32 page 30 JOB. : wraps. West Nassau did not ally a five Tiger man front called a
booklet furniture antiquing. ; participate in a jamboree ,
on INTERARMS '' nose i off defense by Coach
\ \ though invited to the one In Jones because: the middle man
Macclenny./ ''Jones says ''WNdidn't in the line may stand up like a
Bolt want Lake Butler' linebacker or gel down like a
action 30.06'' caliber,
scouts to see them
3 Mauser type with walnut stock, ,$: '88,: '?'-"! have no idea what play.type of middle Tentative guard.starters for Fri
.
Coleman for camping fun. chrome vanadium steel barrel. 138 iffense or' .defense they will day' opener are: ',
Includes 1" swivels L show us.1' says Coach Jones., Offense: center Tim McGill.
2 Burner } EACH iRegUlar159" It will probably take at least a i guards Michael Dukes and
i quarter to make adjustments Vernon Sweat tackles Fred
: V V ,V necessary to move, success-, Clemons and Lanier Clyatt
CAMP STOVE fully., against West Nassau. tight end Tim Whitehead split

Jones says. end Paul' White QB Haien.fullback'L.W. ,
Mast year the Tigers shutout
and
For efficient reliable cooking outdoor!! ...._. WN 26-0 In Callahan, In Cummings
backs and
Luke Smith
: running
Steel burners light quickly, it's FUEL (\.\"', We Art Your Headquarters ,For what-Coach'Jones says was Sam Jackson.
lightweight, easy to carry! Use the fuel '* t I' > one o(.the tougher games for a Defense: ends Billy1'
for lanterns, stoves and heaters. 1 Gallon ; I f '\'. ; Tiger team.that almost Won Williams and Curtis Addison.J
"leararchery" ., the Class AA state title and
r",, ';.JI"..;r ., tackles Darrell Williams :
'
$ 59 i.* V //I posted' an t 11l. } record.: Brantley, Crawford;;, andg'2;I}

\EqiiiimeiitlnStarkr( ,. (West lIt..u.I.ven.more of backers Lanier-
$1588 l V ( : i an unknown Ui4 year because menus,. Conneyynd' ." '.

425E499 a Gallon ; ,. : :'I w">> :: : ; $ M 1i:'' J\\ nearby HUllardalalq has a Warren, monster> Glen Kemp!]
Illmlt 2 'Iiii i.fWi. .. ie f football team: Hilliard";has defensive\ backs Jimmy};

drawn about 100 boys, in- Mobley' and Chris Lawson

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I UC'Tig e rt: Dominate if y t Playln Lake Butler JamboreeLAKE I::1




BUTLER, Union Jamboree."I hardover right tackle for the
-
Curtis Addison 0.2175 senior, "They're old hats "
'. High's patented real l 'pleased his Jones Coach Jones pointed out.
triple option was just score; second TD of the ai.d Williams! 6-0 170 said.
attack .' Billy "They came through in Crawford I
sputtered twice then with them, Coach Jack night. came out for
old "
exploded as the hometown Jones said of his Tiger grld- The two'' Tiger running junior our performance style. football for the first time in
There was also good corner Kemp had four
tigers whipped Williston 6-0 ders after viewing films of the backs, Luke Smith and Sam senior Mobley Jones said.A good hits, the spring and has installed
play by Jimmy
and Cross City 12-0 Friday action.' "I thought.they did Jackson, each averaged over and defensive himself as a starter after his
monster
night in the preseason football real well." 10 yards per carry, said Coach Glen Both man new addition to the Tiger first varsity action Friday'
Kemp, a junior.
The Lake Butler affair was Jones as he handed out and have squad, senior tackle Brantley night.
completed with Cross City laurels.: Kemp Mobley Crawford, 6-0 185, proved "It looks like he's going to
(LLltilV:; ; I ''E L[!:: I ICu.It beating Chlefland 6-4 and "I thought Danny Hazen UHS.played 23 straight games for welcome in the jamboree, be steady," says Coach Jones.

; : 'El ti1 L4. Chief:: land downing Williston 6- Just did a real good job running -:: .,
: -----""' y- nti'
,./". 0.Williston was the only team the option, Jones said, "",, ,
.r,,I. that didn't score. "' praising his>> talented"senior
-;.. Though the Tigers are quarterback on'whose ::bicL pernini
Bradford Bassmasters will smaller than last season the shoulders rests much of the S
Union attack of the in 1975.
proved explosive fate Tigers
return to the St. Johns River BUILDING CONTRACTOR
under the guidance of veteran A young freshman playingIn '
for. the September tour. signal ;caller Hazen. his first varsity competition Sl Cirfi i.rl
Danny ,.
/
nament. Tins will be thesecondtournamentofthel97 Tight end Tim Whitehead takes a 31-yard pass from QB '
"That lot of also received from
boy's got a praise
Eddie Hazen to give Union Tigers a first down on the WUlls- CUSTOM
on him and we'regoing Coach Jones. Michael Dukes,
76 season, so make plans to be mileage To ton 25 In the Jamboree In Lake Butler last Friday. Four' plays 4962185'BUILT
ride his experience all a 175 pound guard who runs
Bassmasters later the In the Williston endzone.
will
launch present.their boats at Dunn'1Creek the way,'/ said l Tiger Coach. ,the 40 yard dash in 4.8 "is Tigers were sitting COMMERCIAL
13 at 7 All Jack Jones. going to be super one of these strong fullback in coming experienced seniors HOMES CONSTRUCTION
were
Sept. a.m. '' ".. ,
The UHS is three at
Tiger triple' option days. deep
boats will return to.the lan- seasons. also praised for leading the
ding at 8 p.m. stopped itself the first two fullback now so for the time Tackle Lanier Clyatt, a Tiger blocking. COUNTRY HOME CENTER LAKE BUTLER
Butler
series. Lake didn't l lose Dukes is playing offensive
I understand the shrimp are being small but strong tackle at 5-9 'I thought we had real good -
-- .
the football but it was bobbfed guard, but Jones has
and 165 and center of
running in the St. Johns now. pounds, play out our defensiveTim
This could cause the twice, stopping drives. But it his eye on young Dukes for a- McGill, 6-2 and 185, both ends," Coach Jones said of
different the third
was a story
Bassmasters to fish hard. I'm time the'.Tigers got thfeir
sure those bass are feeding on hands on the ball with 2.20
shrimp. remaining in the opening
Bassmasters had their best THURS. FRI. SAT. ft MON. ONLY!
period of play. > ,
tournament in the St.,Johns Coach Jones Keeps( sayinghe
River back in February of this is going to throw more this \
year.September. season. On that series QB F 1
spells a different Hazen missed on passes to
story for the Bassmaster. As Paul White and Sam Jackson.On ,
for bass fishing on the St. .third down Hazen pitchedto 155 W. Call St.
Johns River, January and speedster Luke Smith DOLLAR STORES ,
February are two prime around left end. Smith turnedon
months, especially if you are the Juice and scooted down
looking for old Hawg Jaws. the sideline in front of Tiger 'Home o/Mf Tftutt&t dr Starke Fla.
Bass fishing has been slow fans before he> was finally y
for* the past two months. dragged down from behind -
Maybe it will pick up after it after a 27 yard jaunt
begins to cool off. From his 44 Hazen rolled to ... .
I talked to Mr. Leon Conner his right on first down and
concerning Crosby Lake. threw perfectly to Tim '
Crosby Lake is real low,but is Whitehead who ran between t j
making'a comeback since the Williston'zone defenders,the "f1SilTNEM"" vv ?/'>j, 5.7 r' ;,' &<"&!; LADIES' ft MISSES'

canal: ,has been filled in. play covering 31 yards to the western 4 55I I .r n 100% NYLON PRINT TOPS
Everyone that has ever Williston 25., Running behind ? '
knows it used to' center Tim McGill, fullback pr "E L" '3 1 Stretch knit tops In colorful
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be deep all over. Mr. Conner Cummings got > ,x $3
slates you can wade out Into the middle: then dove over I 'i T : slew.. Machine washable. k +
the lake like you can Sampson. right tackle for three more. "- j Sites small med, large. aif ti Sri
He says that the lake is up Smith went off left tackle for i % > 'tC% p 6 + n ib irl
about six inches, but also is six yards and a first down at f ,
still awfully low. the Williston 11, ,-then took a nentttyMrgs"r J t y c
4 sAaarl, d ", x LADIES' MISSES' I .
Politics got into the lake a pitchout from Hazen and 41elcL' \
few months ago and almost rounded left end for the score. ; w >, DOUBLE
destroyed one of our much- The period ended 6-0, Lake t1tt. sl saa + rlwh tt 1OO% KNITs 1.a 1.
needed bodies of water. Some Butler. ,
people don't realize that whena Chiefland had to play the
water table two middle quarters, losing 6-
lake ,
drops your
V? fe NA f ft r >*>*
and then
drops also. It is very Im- 0 to Cross City polyesterpants
portant that we protect our beating Williston 6-0. After, a ncrsicwTrtiLis
fakes 'here in Bradford period of rest to Union High'stwo ;>** b-* -*4f '"' *
County.Bassmasters will hold their City, the took big on Bears the Tigers.from Cross After ;rFs 9sVB? &if'i ;: : $ |so i

regularly monthly meeting planning special blocking fora ua sCrew
We are huge Cross.City tackle, the Ml PRS'KIHTSIHRTS
Sept. 16 at 7:30: p.m. > neck or collar Elastic waistband pull-on >
hoping to have 100 percent Tigers lost no time in puttingits L.tyle .,Sice*S-M4-XI." style In solids and fancies.
attendance at this meeting as ground game to work. "? -** 'dPn4
On, the first seHes.after: 1
We will'' discuss' some very "u .r tcolors.Siz..ato201, :I
,important: business. 'It/J4)i ,receiving,the ,fourtbnperlold!
Se "'you Bassmastetst'atDunn's ( kickoff. San) Jackson got the
Creek Saturday.Bass ball on the option and ran \ _s, ; 4 l, LADIES' i MISSES' LUXURIOUS
wishes right end with a pitch for 52
Neil Cra fordFish i for A touchdown with > BRUSHED TRICOT
Just 1V4 ,minutes gone in the LONG GOWNS $3
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then turned on the speed and aR'' .1 tate. 20% nylon Sizes small :
TigerGame had clear sailing. Smith's run a 'III medium large.LADIES'ft .
r( for the two point conversion .
LAKE BUTLER -. A pre- failed, giving LB a 6-0 lead '$ '
game fish fry is set from 64 with 10:31: left to play. u-
p.m. tomorrow (Friday, Sept. o Two yards short of a first MISSES'
12) at Tiger Stadium for 1975 down Cross City punted to LB., ,tFx lIHEN SfR '- 4 SHEER NYLON
I football opener with West The Tigers again started on
Nassau. their 40 yard line and 11 plays Shortod, 9.u.v.si z WIDE WIDTH BELTS KNEE HI'S
Menu includes fried fish, later were resting in the Cross > SUet thruJ, f|
hush puppies cole slaw, City endzone. Longest runs U lowest styles ,.| 3 PRs$1
baked beans, and iced tea.for were a 15 yarder by Smith to ; Z-3Xva nm toi.* lUi&M
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. Union Teachers Seeking To Shorten hQol DayLAKE SCL Railroad Reports Taxes I

Seaboard Coast Line Railroad their governing bodies select. is earmarked for direct bene-
was'expelled last year. No part of.the taxes it pays fit of the railroad, he said. I
BUTLER Union asked the school board to going to enforce the policy, advantage most of us don't Company paid $5,769,554
Cason answered. have." -Unanimously accepted in property taxes for 1974 to ... --
County School Board mem shorten the work day. In viewof r I
of duty, pupil
jury
Motion by board member adoption the state of Florida and the
bers voted unanimously to the number of teacher cut Because the request was not
Dukes to waive record and free and reduced cities and counties in which
shorten teachers'work day bya backs, larger class size and until Donald further notice carried policy 4- on the agenda as a formal lunch policies. the railroad operates, according Oak
half hour but backed down in lack of increments and pay allowing teachers to leave motion,the board said it could Approved use of a school to W.Thomas Rice, chair-
0,
reen
face of procedural oppositionby raises, Broward said that schools at 3:30.: not take official action and bus to transport prison employees' man and chief executive officer
Superintendent James most teachers would rather promised to look into the
club children to Dis-
In face of teacher of SCL Bradford county
Cason Tuesday night. take their work home to do suspension matter before Thursday'smeeting
World.
and the cities therein
and of schools,the ney were
Cason said that he would after resting, than at the end closing where it would .be' -Approved awarding of paid a total of $24,867.
board then motion to
passed a
"suspend all personnel and of a school day without rescind the previous decision.In placed on the agenda. Esther King Scholarships for Rice noted that payments go 473-3193
close the schools if the breaks. In other action Tuesd8ynight
compliance with the Administrative into general and school funds
-
teachers leave at 3:30: instead the board: : 1975.Tabled motions on school of the receiving and
Procedures Act, groups
'of 4:00: until the board Cason argued that to -Heard a report by Supt. schedule and
budget salary be used for
board then scheduled may any purpose
shorten the work day, adher the a stolen
Cason from
the
changes policy. on
correctly property
in bus routing systemto
I P.M.
the changes A.M.'To 7
hearing on matter Open 7
to the Administrative public
ence middle
school
Cindy Broward, seventh the valued, at < be discussed at Thursday's
'grade science teacher, repre- Procedures Act would be for Monday, Sept 15, 'at 8p.An $4025. In two separate Inci- hearing. Men become old, but they Hwy 1 18 Deadend Road
senting the Union County necessary because it would dents the weekend of Sept; 5 never become good.
Teachers' Organization, require a change in school unscheduled request and Aug.21, an electric organ, ; Old Keystone Road
board policy. later 'in the meeting came two microphones,three movie
The board felt it should from a gathering of school bus projectors, eight cassette Green Plants
A Large Variety
Goodwill Needs waive the policy in order to drivers. Margie Smith, recorders, three carousel projectors DeWitt C. JQne'sFuneral I
shorten the work day for this spokesman for the group, and an electric guitar Tea Camellias
Some 500 Dolls year, and leave the policy asked the board to allow were taken from the premises Roses Hybred
change as a matter for collec- drivers three buses to drive to without use of forcible entry. Home Azalea's Swinging Baskets '
More than 500 dolls are tive negotiations for the 1976- Raiford, Worthington and Cason reported that the .
Dish Gardens
needed by Goodwill Industriesfor 77 school year. Providence after school bus sheriffs department had been Hydrangeas -
this year's Doll-A-Rama. "What you're saying is that routes were completed. notified and was coming up STARKE PHONE 964-62OO ,Caladaums/ Geranium Colues
Anyone wanting to donate you aren't enforcing the rule "What you're doing is ask- with leads on the theft. RENTAL
dolls are encouraged to put until further notice," said ing for a raise in the form of Re-admitted Enoch Jonasto HOSPITAL BEDS. WALKERS. WHEEL. CHAIRS HAND MADE POTTERY FROM MEXICOMr.
them in a Goodwill deposit boxor board attorney Wayne services," Cason said, adding the school system for a 60- ft CRUTCHES ft Mrs Grady L,.Williamson
bring them to Goodwill's Carroll. that "transportation to and day trial period following psychiatric '
stores in Jacksonville, May- "I want to let you know I'm from work was definitely an counseling. Jonas KEYSTONE HEIGHTS PHONE 473-3V76 473-3193
port, Lake City, Gainesville ,11
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CHURCH ACTIVITIES,, 228. children attendance. seeing in 'Georgia, North -, LAWTEY and Mrs. Lonnie Teston. were Dewey Williams of for a service for the elderly on
Church of God; Sunday''' With a new opening and closing Carolina and Tennessee.Mr Kay McAllister, and George Starke, and Mr. and Mrs. Sunday afternoon. Mr. Rosier
School 10 a.m. Worship Ser- time,,,the students have and Mrs. Dick Thomasof Huggms of Satellite Beach Allen Gutshaw and baby of enjoyed visiting with !Miss
vices 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. YPE, adjusted well.! .,The teachersand By Elizabeth Terry
Jacksonville,were guests of spent a week with Bill and Vero Beach. Enza Blanchard a former
Wednesday 7:30: p.m. staff are enthusiastic over Mr. and Mrs. Carl Prevatt on noon for' a visit with their sister Mr. and Mrs.. F.L. Ray Wilson Mr. and Mrs. David Albert work partner in the Lawley
Evergreen Baptist: Sunday prospects for an outstandingyear Thursday afternoon.. mother, Mrs. CR. Crews. Roberts of Jacksonville On Mr. and Mrs. L.L. Melton of and son, of Jacksonville, Mr. Post Office while there.
School 10 am. worship Services and invite parents to Miss Elizabeth Terry Friends of Mrs. Mary Labor Day they attended a Waldo, and Mrs. Louise and Mrs. Charles Smith and Mr. and Mrs Larry Mince
11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. observe the classes. visited her sister, Mrs. J.P. Dinkins regret to learn that cookout which the Roberts Messer and Lee, of Orange daughter, of Tampa, Mr. and and babies, of Fayetteville.N.C. .
Prayer Meeting Wednesday The PTA executive com- Wyrick, of Tallahassee, she fell Friday night in Brad- gave honoring Mr and Mrs. Park, spent Labor Day with Mrs Randy Blom and son, ., came Wednesday and
'7:30: p.m. mittee has started planning Monday to Friday. While ford County Hospital and Neal Payne and family, from their son and daughters. Rev. Nathan. Mr. and Mrs David spent the weekend with their
Faith Baptist: Radio Pro- for the October' 25 carnival. there she also visited her cracked her left hip. She was Australia. and Mrs. Leonard Melton and Scott and Maria spent Saturday parents.. Mr. and 'Mrs.! Ben
gram over, WPXE, Starke, 8 The King and Queen Contest nephews and nieces Mr. and moved to Alachua County Friends of Mrs. Barry Watts family.Mr. with their parents Mr. McCully. They plan to carry
a.m. Sunday. Bible School 10 will begin September 29 and Mrs. Charles Carter, and Mr. Hospital, Gainesville. Our regret to learn that she will and Mrs. Charles Sims and Mrs. Milo Smith, Martha their daughter DecDee. home
a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. run through October 17. The and Mrs. Larry Carter and prayers are with her. enter Naval Air Station Hos- of Jacksonville, spent Thurs- and John. .with them., She; spent three
,
and730; p.m. Prayer Meeting carnival this year will' also family. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Moore of pital, Jacksonville Monday, day afternoon with Mr and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Norman months with the grand
Wednesday 7:30': p.m Bible include a costume parade witha Mr., and Mrs. Buster Ben- Baldwin, called on their bro- Sept. 8, and will have surgeryon Mrs. Arlie Dobbs. and sons and Mrs. Darlene parents.
,Study. prize being awarded to the nett and Nancy spent Labor ther sister-in-law,Mr. and the 10th. Our prayers are Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Talley Norman and sons attended the Mr. and Mrs. D.R Brown
Grace United''' Methodist: person whose' costume' best Day with relatives and friendsin Mrs. Fred Moore and niece, with her. and sons of South Daytona, rodeo at Bunnell on Saturday. and Cynlhiarvlsitedtheir\
I Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Worship represents. the" Halloween Daytona Beach. Mrs.Gayle Todor, and sons on Mrs. J.F. Robertson and spent the weekend with their (Friends of Frederick Pres- mother, Mrs Lila Brown olI'erdido
Services 11 a.m. and 7:30: theme. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Smith and their way to Kingsley Lake daughter, Mrs. C.K. Cowan parents Mr. and Mrs. J.C cott regret to learn that he is a ,, Ala., Thursday I In
p.m. Choir Practice 7 p.m. The PTA needs your supportand family, Mr. and Mrs. -Tom Saturday morning. spent the weekend with her surgical patient in St. Vin- Sunday
United Methodist Fellowship memberships will be collected Whaley and family, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Vogler niece Mrs. Daisy Law, of Tye.Friends of Mrs. Pearl cent's Hospital Jacksonville. !Mr. and Mrs Ed Jenkins: of
7:30: p.m. Wednesday. at the first meeting on Nellie Wilkinson, Mrs. Daisy and daughters and Miss Vero Beach and sister Mrs. Starling regret to learn that Our prayers are with him. Jacksonville and Tomni.x
Highland Baptist: Sunday' September 16, which will give Both, and Lynn, and Miss Betsy Wood, of New Smyrna; D.B. McCullers of Winter she Is a patient in North Rev. and Mrs. Jim Hall and Williams of Sturkc.isiled
School 10 a.m.' Worship Services parents and others an opportunity Paula Krevo of Jacksonville spent Saturday with their Beach. They are visiting her Florida Regional Hospital, family visited their parents.Mr !Mr. and Mrs. Harold Eunice;
11 a.m. and 7 p.m.; to meet',the teachers and Mrs. Maines Griffis andchildren parents, Mr. and Mrs. Doc other sister, Mrs. Nellie Good- Gainesville. Our prayers are and Mrs R.T. Vanarsdall. Sunday alt crn'uon.Community.
.
Prayer Meeting 7 p.m. .apd visit the classrooms. and Mr. and Mrs. Mosley.Mr. rich Johnson in a nursing with her. of Ormond Beach, and James
Northslde Baptist: Sunday If you have, questions or Denny Griffis of Palatka, and Mrs. Barry Watts home at Fort Pierce Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs H. Hall, on Saturday. They
School 10 a.m.. Worship Ser comments about your school gathered at the home of Mr. and Barry Lee, spent Sunday ''Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Gus- visited their brother Cue met their brother-in-law and
vices 11 a.m.'and '7:30: p.m.. and its program, please call or and Mrs. Virgil Griffis and with their mother, Mrs. Bessie' tafson of Green Cove Springs, Dobbs of Raiford last Saturday sister, Mr. and Mrs. Mike
Prayer Meeting Wednesday* ;, come by the school office.PERSONALS ., family in Palatka on Labor Watts and brother-in-law and were Sunday dinner guests of afternoon.J.C. Murphy and new baby, of
7:30: p.m. Day for a cookout. sister, Mr. and Mrs. G.C. their grandparents, Mr. and Prevatt of Gainesville, Huntsville Ala., there. NewsELIZABETH
Mr. and Mrs Tommy Clay- Stanley of Crescent City. Mrs. Arlie Dobbs was a Saturday dinner guestof Rev Leonard Melton Mr.
SCHOOL NEWS Mr;, and Mrs.: Cecil Crawford ton and son Tom and two of Mr. and Mrs. John C. Tye Mr. and Mrs. Truman Nor- his parents Mr. and Mrs and Mrs H.H.! Brice, and Jim GIVENS WALKER
Lawley Elementary began I 4 and Mr. and Mrs Les his friends of Jacksonville, spent the Labor Day weekend man were Sunday dinner Carl Prevatt. Other guests of Rosier went to Baker County
the 1975.76 school_year with McClellan spent',, 10. days sight- stopped by, Labor Day after- with their brother-in-law and guests of their cousins Mr. the Prevails during the week Nursing Home at Macclenny OKS :NOTIt'K:
The regular meeting; ol li-ll)
s
-'I''. \f1 _!""", tr. j//,,,,i.-. ... ."'- .-..MM""iMbjuftyiw;rm*'antntK>ft..nor,tyifsuiunti m_.... ._ .'_ 'm_. ,- -,_.' ,- "._- .,.. Chapter \108 OKS(: will hi- held
';{, rta ".""" .', -- tonight iThursdav'> at H\ p in
in the Masonic Mull mi
BrownleeAll:;\ nu>nilu>ts .in-
urged to come iiiul help make!
EARTHBORN \'off' Ii INSIDE FROST plans lor uer>' i important

ti' E f event the (Feast of the Five
Tables The help ofl''l'I'yonl'
: 1 LIGHT is needed. r

; G'
ALUMINUM TOOTH FlUUII1'tucac.UI: : : !
SHAMPOO, ..v : BULBS ii A Freedom\ program will In-
presented Friday night ill 7W::
4 t t ; 60,75,or 100 Watti. maids at Philadelphia liuptiMChurch.
8-01. Shampoo Natural pH balance. ; 4 FOIL PASTE r froit bulbi. Reg. 92. 1-aw tl')'. The public is
4 type to chooM Iron Limit 1 '
G ; rye ( Limit 4 Bulbi. i invited to ill tend.
r A regular meeting of' the

i NAACP Brudlord will County ho; ranch held September ot

j I 15; at Pleasant drove;
88'd P1 88 United\ Methodist Church. All
&M LIMIT i interested t \ l'i tizl'nllllmi !Iriends

i < ONE FOR are invited to join.

1nmU1:' : ::: :
I In loving \ of our
memory
....- .., ,, '" ,.
p hR ? + ate? ; *+- son brother, and lather.. Silas
'strrwu.e' : ; kwvwrw who .
r rw,w n Suggs passed nwa> Sept.It
). li! 74, Wl'lo'l'd'UU.. but (Jod
to\('(1 you best Cone; bill notIorgofIen
Signed I i The
CRICKET ECKERD'S \\rights.Stiggs. and daughter
CASSETTE
z. ..# ? DISPOSABLE HOUSEHOLD ,', PLATING
TAPES I'TtUI.o.uTln: : :.; :
'
LIGHTER PLASTICWARi CARDS (Funeral services lor Albert
.
AIR CONDITIONER Get many lights 90 MINUTE! a 126-12 Clark will be hold at :1 pin
a"'ial low price.Rag. BLANK Reg. 39' Saturday' at :Nebo i Baptist
MASKING TAPE y 1.49 CERTRON TAPE GAF FILM Church, lie is the brother, olMrs.
%"x80'. ---- Ruth Sunders and
218TERaS! :Nathan.; Chirk. Born and
66G' c
88 R. eg, 4 88 125 rvaredinltiadlordl'uuntya he
;,
;U :
LIMIT 2 :+ 1.65 moved to Trenton where In-
i
-<, died on Sept! 7,

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EARTHENWAREBREWMASTER rPAKr" TheCommunity\ Chorus
89G V nRV held I'l'Ill'ul'slllllIlidu: l %' ,night,
eF __'__ REG. I; and will make! Us lust appearance
9.99 YlnOIS'VINYL"COVERED' at the I Froodom:
FOUR, 100 CT,REG. QR MENTHOL- (Fund program FruLi.s night nl
cup
50 CT (LARGE e 14-QT. WASTE BASKET, HI 130 ASPINNING EUCALYPTUS LLOYD'S/ B.DICIT I'hil.idelphi.i Baptist Church
REG 2 99 HANGERS in Law toy All 'nil-rest, IKT
ENVELOPES, 14-QT. RECTANGULAR DISHPAN- REEL COUCH DROPS CALCULATOR sons ma' liecomo members ol


$8' 218 8e r",2/8 al/ 8C:REG.59< 15-QT.I'/i-BU.UTILITY LAUNDRY PAIL IASKET ,V" 4 220-ydi.tall Holdeabout 15-lb.Forlr.eh51 water.mono of s 3/8 I 8 e a9 U'I'REG batttrm.No.Rum 19.99. EH9036..on Rtg.-. the Berry Church l'I1U'US11'11.president.Greater': HeH Allen: !..Chapel.(.i.,..Shll.1.1l'Ih'uolll'palllUl' AME:


HOWL IRUSH AND HOLDER Class Meeting: !
A practical assortment of sturdy durable t 1'wsdav night. Suwl.iv 'services
plartie houMhold product needed in warySO hl'glnIth Church
horn.inaesortedcolon. Your choice. Rig.. RIVIERA School. Ill a.111, :Morning
To 1 .79 Limit 2., ? \\orslup cal II with Junior/
Choir reml-Ting song sent left
PORTABLE AM
q The Baby tamest will. I eliminate
at. :illl.:: .Ml nu'ndx'4r
10"117" DOUBLE WILSON RADIO POLAROID are asked to cooperate w it h ;iljacliMties

IUBACIN ICE CHEST GARDEN HOSE CHOICE YOUR ,. TENNIS SET Reg M 099 FILM ? Kov ol\\.ll.the dlUI'l'h.I Walker .irn tpm. \,

Adjuitable Set include: For SX-70 congregation ol Green; COM
88 can iron 88 STURDY 8$ Racket vinyl I 8 $8 cameras. 10 Springs will render hl'l'\ Il'l'
S pate, air FOAM 3'8858"XW. EACH cover& wrift Expoujrti.Reg. Tuesday Rev I leastle \i II
sin:.. Reg., -REG, 3.59 5.99 band Rea. 5.99 attend Annual Conference nJacksonville.
9.88 9.99 TR600.700 I '
St. Johns Baptist Church
Uev, Willie llullman manta
liusmehs meeting will IK- licit
(Friday. night at 7:::hl. Sumli,>
services begin with t'hllrdSdlllol
\H) am. with Sup| '
'' LOPPING MELNOR C'hns Hampton in charge
; ;1k PULSATING Morningorship! ut. II, Al

i \ e P re e : SHEARS SPRINKLER ternoon Band ml'l'tinlotIunduy ser'icl'4: p,in. I'ruvi-i noon

FULL OR \\\ednesday night I'raveij:
,, '> Meeting and I Bible
588 PART CIRCLE
REG.
comvined.' Thursday
$ 45 REG. 699 Choir rehearsal. nigh I

ORBIT TAbS.. JA.f..IA1 WHEATAVKMS DePree PROTEIN TABLETS Greater
.12100Mcg. j Freewill Baptist Church. Kevj'
100s with! Iron,250's TABLETS Mi's wikahvi lSS 750 TABLETS Jasper Williams pastor. Tmjf
m m Mad' from Soya Malt Extract FOUR Tots and Usher Board No.: :4}
A A Regular Regular. 2OOTIb.. Regular '. I H & Milk Powder. To help build ...!, meeting Mondav

2 77 price 3.98 449 price. 35. Reg..4.98 259 3.98 price '' v and 2.98 repair body tissue Reg L: .-qT-,.," : 19% INCH ALL SHELF) night Wednesday Prayer night.:Meeting Senior:

HEDGE STEELSHELVING Choir rehearsal. Thursd.i
night Story Hour at t l'
r-7T-- '''' SHEARS church and Ladies Circle
FRUTPAK TREATS DePrae: GERIGARD meeting. Friday night. Pray r

RiV.7AMPIS. c........ g"IUIMS, VhtMin-Mifitrd. Band Meeting. Sunday sc---
V.ith K.tPt Lecithin., 150 CAPSULES vices begin with ('hur h
and Cider vln...,. c TABLETS cESlcta 28 8 REG 888 REG .School at 9:30.: :Mornifg
'' 250 Mg. Regular .. 4.49 11.99ern Worship at 11. (Evening ser
,' 347'q.q.496 r6" 100'a 5'7 price 2181ooTlb. 597hlhlft.hlU-.; vice 6 p.m. :
aii..Y + "R... 2.31 8.95 :;. Mt. Morlah and Pleasajit

Grove United MethodiM
REG. 8.95 Parish, Rev: Willie St tt t
pastor. Mt. Moriah Chnr
rehearsal Wednesday nt t
'
ORBIT TABS. TMRA-6ARDS.,..." tmra OT%ViPW B t mWmwmtw100s .. I a .leric.7 Sal.Withfron,100's before thd] 'third *Sunda\-.
IntAMIN Church School. < 10 a.m..
200' lntal VI.emln.eMDC. concluding services for the
,.... 1.16 r
equlu 4.01. H
Regale ?
225 price 64' priM 125prlca:: oie.l.lumrhaae0i. ,.98 1:4: day.Pleasant Grove: Prayer
2.M '.% Meeting Wednesday mgl.
Dleelelum ........2110'. 3.11.r 2.96Y Bible Class Thursday nig it.
Church School. 10 a.n.
Morning Worship at II. Afternoon -
service '4 p.ln.
Community Talent Show.j 8
t p.m.. Sept/ 13. ,
y Mt. Zion AME Church, Rev.

SALE. PRICES_ 'GOOD, THRU SATURDAY oAlLY9 SUNDAY 9 e 'iSIIOPTNIS GREAT SALE fl Richard Bethel' Pastor.
'v BANKAMERICAM Church .School ,10 a.m.
: 'Svr'Walnut t'e' Communion Service at..11 and

PQ 30 apWC QL 0plStarke Fla LIMITED SOPPLVI IN LIMITED SUPPLY! 4 New p.m.,Bethel' Baptist. Church. .

Rev. Leroy' Davit pastor.
.Prayer .Meeting and Bible
Class1' combined Wednesday.
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10 TELEGRAPH September II, 1975
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I First Baptist Revival Set Sept. 14-21 Meth. Church To Dedicate PERSONAL SERVICE

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Revival begins Sunday bringing nightly messages Choir Robes SundayThe ,

Sept. 14, at First Baptist from Sept. 14-21 at :
Church of Starke with Noon luncheons will beheld First United Methodist Garden," "God So Loved the NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO IN THE CIRCUIT COURT ELECTRICIAN, EXPERIENCED
Church will dedicate its REGISTER EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF licensed bonded reasonablerates
Evangelist James A. Monday-Friday of the revival new World" "Surely Goodnessand
choir robes on FICTITIOUS NAME FLORIDA IN AND FOR save money. 9646061.
McKeithen of Lakeland week in the church Fellowship Sunday Sept. Mercy" and "Beautiful
Hall. 14, at the 11 a.m. service. Savior. Pursuant to Section 865.09 BRADFORD COUNTY. tfchg.

Rev. McKeithen is -" Special music will be Florida Statutes notice is CIVIL ACTION -------------

associated with the Edgewood hereby given that the un- Case No.75-256 In home
presented by W.B. McKinneyand The public is CHILD CARE my any
Baptist Church of Lakeland.He V t... t Mrs. Edward J. Pfiester vited to attend. cordially The In- dersigned James W. Todd Sr., hours, seven days per week.
J.H.
1181 service of
pastored Florida Baptist viola duet. The choir will sing will be broadcast Route 2, Box 12-F, Starke Fla., In re: The Marriage Large comfortable home
Churches for 22 the last over radio and James W. Todd, Jr., Route PRATER husband, and
years, CRvsCQ "My Lord is Waiting in the station WPXE. fenced yard, hot meals. Also
being the Highlands Baptist 1, Box 275-B, Starke, Florida GENEVIE DON PRATER a/k/a working mother I will pick up

Church of Jacksonville priorto Bazaar Slated Sept. 26-27 By Altar 32091 doing business under the GENEVIE DON FOWLER wife. your child after school and
entering the field of fulltime SocietyObituaries firm name of "J & J AUTO care for until you get off work.
Sunday Sunday School SERVICE" Rt.. 2 Box NOTICE OF SUIT-,
evangelism in January 1967. Christmas 12-F. Call 964-6931. 9/4 2tp 9/11
He is currently a member of 9:45: a.m.; Morning RevivalService Early shoppers' It will be held at 107 East Starke Bradford County NO PROPERTY
in time
11:00 a.m. Christian can get some Sept. 26- Call Street in Starke the Florida 32091 Intends
; to register
the Edgewood Baptist Churchin WEDDING PICTURES PLUS:
and
from-
Ask Lakeland where he is a Training Hour, 6:15: p.m.; 27, Friday Saturday "building formerly occupied by said fictitious name under the ToGenevia: Don Prater be reasonable. Let
to 5 at bazaar They can
member of the church staff Evening Revival service, 7:30: 9am. p.m. a City Barber Shop, and adja- provisions of aforesaid statute. a/k/a Genevie Don Fowler albums. Ph.
St. Edward'sAltar show you our
me
Charley and has the endorsement and p.m.Monday sponsored Socle by cent to The Shoe Rack. James W. Todd Sr. and ,YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat 9645313. tfchg.
Noon Luncheon v. James W. Todd Jr. sole an action for dissolution of
sponsorship of the church. The entice stock of the There will'also be a raffle -...----------
12:00: a.m. Revival has been filed against
Rev. McKeithen is a ; Service owners. marriage
E. graduate of Southwestern 7:30: p.m. bazaar ndlrafted will be homemade members with a $100 cash first second prize Dated this 26th day of you Genevie Don Prater a/k/a HOWS OF HOBBYS: Full line of

Baptist Theological Tuesday Noon Luncheon items of the altar by and an afghan for August A. D. 1975 at Starke Genevie Don Fowler and you are arts and crafts. Also guaranteed -

Johns Seminary Fort Worth Texas. 12:00: a.m.; Revival Service, society* prize. Florida. required to serve a copy of your stereo repair. 155-A West

7:30: p.m.' 8/28 4tchg 918IN written defenses if any to it, on Can, Ph. 964-7329tfchg.
"A careless act can cause Wednesday Noon Lun- the plaintiff attorney whose _
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St. Mark'sepiscopal -------------
another person to lose his cheon, 12:00: a.m.; Revival name and address is DUDLEY P. .AMERICAN FAMILY SOUND:

sight.Jiis masculinity..andresult Service, 7:30: p.m.Thursday THE CIRCUIT COURT HARDY Esq. PIERCE & Sales service installation

iii a law suit for Noon Luncheon Infant Brown Evelena ThomasThe EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF HARDY P.A., P. O. Drawer stereos, phono, reel-reel
< $100,000 The ChurchChurch 12:00: am. ; Revival Service FLORIDA IN AND FOR 1030, Starke, Florida 32091, tapes cassettes radios. Work
or more. 7:30: p.m.Friday. BRADFORD COUNTY and file the original with the guaranteed. 155-A West Call,
infant one-day-old Funeral services for
usual $10,000 personal Noon Luncheon son Mrs. dark of the above styled courton
end Saul Jack con BtreeteTHE 9647329. tfchg.
of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Brown
of Evelena
liability policy is no longer REVJOHN, M. FtYNN.SllUBay 12:00: a.m.; Revival Service, Thomas 79, of CIVIL ACTION or before October 10, 1975: ------------
Starke died af
held
Saturday at
Brooker were 11 a.m.
7:00 p.m.Saturday. Case No. 75183In otherwise a judgment may be
Can the
adequate. CharleyE.
\ Sept. 7 8:30: a.m., Bus Ministry ternoon in a Gainesville Monday in New Hope Baptist entered against you for the relief SEWING MACHINES repaired

Johns Agency increasemy Holy Eucharist; 9:45: a.m., Visitation 8:30: a.m. hospital. Church with burial in the re: The Matter of the demanded in the complaint or all makes cleaned oiled and

ComprehensivePersonal Church School; 11:00: a.m., Surviving besides his church cemetery.Mrs. Adoption of, TAMMY DENISE petition. adjusted, $7. Work guar-
Liability to Holy Eucharist. REVIVAL SERVICES parents is one brother Dale Thomas who died PADGETT WITNESS my hand and the anteed. James Strickland

100000.even $1,000,000 Tuesday Sept. 9 7:30: p.m., ATBEULA1I BAPTIST and one sister Kim paternaigrandmother. Saturday, Sept. 6, is survivedby seal of said Court on September comer Morgan Road ft Hwy.

Women of the Church Revival services will be Mrs. Lucille three daughters Mrs. NOTICE OF SUIT- 5, 1975. 16. tfchg
for just a few dollars more Johns and maternal grand' Irene Conner Jacksonville
Meeting.The held at Beulah Baptist Churchon ; NO PROPERTYTo ------------
premium?" parents, Mr. and Mrs. RobertM. Mrs. Rosa Genovar Winter
Highway 21, east of Camp Gibert S. Brown
BILL'S SAW SHOP Complete
truest test of independent Blanding starting Monday McRae all of Starke. Park; and Mrs. Lillian Tay : AH Interested Parties Aa Clerk of said Court :

Charley E. judgement is Sept. 22, and ending Saturday Funeral services were held lor, Cross Creek; four sons, YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat By: Beulah M. MoodyAs sharpening service circular
hand carbide
chain
being able to dislike Sept. 27.Rev. Tuesday at the Jennings of Foley Ala. ; an action for adoption has Deputy Clerk mower

JOHNS AGENCY someone who admires us, Jerry Milton will be graveside in Crosby Lake Woodrow, Starke; R.G. anSI been filed against you and you 9/11 4tchg 10/2 anced.blade hollow Leave ground and bal-

and to admire someone the evangelist and special Cemetery with Rev. Roman Wilbur Brooker; a brother, are required to serve a copy of at Jackson
131 SO. WALNUT ST. who dislikes us. singing will be featured dur- Alvarez officiating. DeWitt C.. Thomas Townsend Jackson- your written defenses, If any to -------------,- Building Supply Starke or

Jones Funeral Home was in ville;, 15 grandchildren and ft, on the plaintiff's attorney IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Keystone Heights tfchg.
PHONE 964-5O7O -Sydney J. Harris ing the week. The public is EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF ._-...._--... --- -....
Publishers-Hall Syndicate invited. charge of arrangements. five great grandchildren.MEN'S whose. name and address is
GEORGE H. PIERCE, Esquire FLORIDA IN AND FOR BRAD- 10 x 20 PATIO COVERS:

Attorney at I law P'O. Drawer FORD COUNTY Homes and mobile homes.

1030:Starke, Florida; 32091, and; $180 installed. $140 unin-

17:7. file the original with the clerk of CIVIL ACTION stalled. GATOR MOBILE

the above styled court on or Case No. HOME SERVICE CO. Ph. 372-
aN. .
., before Sept. 15 1975 otherwise 9767 Gainesville' tfchg.
be entered In re: The Marriage of SAM .
a Judgment may --- -+--r-- --
r n r McCUTCHEN, Husband, and
against you for the relief
CHILDCARE: My\ home, hot
a 1. ,r 1 demanded in the complaint or Wife.FEENIE MAE McCUTCHEN lunches snacks fenced play

petition. yard shady Hour, day, or
WITNESS my hand and the week. All ages. 321 Butler
seal of said Court NOTICE OF SUIT-
on Aug. 11, Terrace
Starke. 9/114tp 10/2
NO PROPERTY
1975. ------------
ToFeenie: Mae McCutchenYOU

)j Gilbert S. BrownAs ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat HEATER CLEANING time again.

I' Clerk of said Court an action for Dissolution of Jr. Reaves is now cleaning ft

By: Beulah M. MoodyAs Marriage has been filed against fixing all gas and oil furnaces

Deputy Clerk you Feenie Mae McCutchen & appliances. Call 9646351.

8/214t 9/11 and you are required to serve a 9/114tp 10/2
i gI. written defenses, if
copy of your ------------
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF any to it, on the plaintiff's attorney BARGAIN CENTER: 301 S.

THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR- whose name and address Starke. Plumbing supplies,

CUlT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR Is George H. Pierce commodes $39.95, PVC pipe

BRADFORD COUNTY. Esquire Attorney at Law P.O. '/,," .10.3/4.15. 4, 4V4, 5 ft.,
Drawer 1030, Starke Florida,
CASE NO.75-231.
fiber glass shower and tub
32091 and file the original with
inc., single hung aluminum
tAP 0 the clerk of the above styled
IN RE The
l : Marriage of windows and jalousie win-
CAROLYN STARLING GRIFFIS court on or before October 20 dows. tfchg. .
Pa'AO h' nV PROCTOR Wife/Petitioner ,,1975: otherwise a judgment maybe
II L ; ------------

FAMOUS DICKIES, p r. ? ro and ERLE RAY PROCTOR Hus- /Jo relief entered'demanded against in the you complaint for the ,WILL DO SEWING in my home..

DRESS JEANS SO P I 1 d ,a r .r) ..,-.."'-w"f" Zkorbetition.; Call He11tchg Lake, 4681873.

(f0 yi 1 _I I NOTICE OF SUIT- WITNESS my hand and the I I !911MOBILE
C ------------
IT NO PROPERTYTo seal of said Court on September

3, 1975.
HOME MOVING: Also

Flort lag t-/ :ERLE RAY PROCTOR Gilbert S. Brown mobile home hurricane an-
andy.aPd. Address.
Unknown
pattern ONE U S.Qul\Jllf As Clerk of said Court choring and mobile home roof
All permanent press YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat
polyester-cotton of By: Beulah M. Moody coating. Olin's MOBILE
in an action for dissolution ,
sizes 2838. = 011 sell As Deputy Clerk Home Service. 964-5606, Rt.
: : EI SAVE PRICE SAVE marriage has been filed against
WAS 14" WAS 2111, 118.AVI you and you are required to 9/11 4tchg 10/2 100W. Starke,. Fla. tfchg.
.... JW .... _....
serve a copy of your written --------------- --- ----- -

MEN'S LEISURE JACKETS. EAGLE HEAVY DUTY SOW 60 FT VINYL GARDEN HOSE HUDSON BIG IT defenses if any to it on SHAW NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO WILL BABY SIT in my home all

I INCLUDING DOUBLE KNITS DETERGENT MOTOR OIL PAPERTOPELSTh. AND KOPELOUSOS Attorneysfor REGISTERA ages. 964-7469. 8/28 3tp 9/11

top name in leisure wear in It clean at it lubricates! 100%' Heavy duty 10W vinyl with solid brass couplings. Now Supertex weav hoe a Petitioner whose. address. is FICTITIOUS NAME ------- -----
i the U.S. Sensational selection of pur* virgin. crud. i. formulated for D.Iiva.20 gallons per hour. 1/2" inside dlo> thicker, thirstier to...... 120 142 West Cat Street Post Office Pursuant to Section 866.09
easy-care: fabrics, including, 1 100"5polyester the modern engine. extends if., meter. Yellow or ye n. Popular 60 foot length. 162 _-ply towels' Box 106S, Starke, Florida Florida Notice Is
N knit Sizes S,M, L, XL. 1 qt. ..... 10 year guarantee. 1x10' .ail.: Assorted.colors. 32091 and file the original with Statutes
hereby given that the undersigned MISCElLANEOUSW
the Clerk of the abovestyledCourt
J. E. WILSON 114 West
on or before September
Cal Street, Starke Florida
22, 1975 otherwise a judgmentmay
32091 business under the
doing
be entered against for
you :
Aar firm of The Village
name
the relef demanded in the Peti !
Cobbler 114 West Call Street,
.[ABLY tion.WITNESS Starke. Bradford County HOUSE OF VACUUMS
.
.PNINOcooi. my hand and the
LIMO Florida 32091 intends to register
.Vl .nos.aeROENc SONNY LMON seal of said Court'on this 19th said fictitious name under the Many brands of new vacuums.

IRWAMI, ,O yY '.--' EPRINO/LOWER rLORAL IACNIT day of August,' 1975.GILBERTS.. provisions of aforesaid Statute.J. Used machines available.

E.. WILSON sole owner. Expert Repairs all makes.:

lAVIrA7lE.s ...1 BROWNAS Dated this 4th day of September Parts and Accessories for all

rAf A : !1.fl AV[ .Iff wA. 11% JtaS1'. I.U"a. rA'! _AYe m CLERK OF SAID COURTBy A.D., 1975 at Starke .vacuums: Built in, central
: Scott
Jeffrey McRae Florida. vacuum cleaning ayst ms. 712N.
SPORT OH DRESS SHIRTS LEVI'S BLUE JEANS CREPE SOLE CASUALS TWO I-GAL JUGS CHLORINE GLADE AIR FRESHENER CHR0I VAPCMTTE FLEA COLLAR Deputy Clerk 9/11 4tchg 102NOTICE Main Gainesville 376-7110.

Patterns, solids, stripes Mnnca'sfavalta.ShrmkSoft vinyl uppers in top eaoEaglei awn formula. to help Eliminates odor. leaves light 0.00.. !enil., "fork. tobl.. For dog and cets. Efreo.live 8/214t 9/11 TF
No-iron blend M.L.XL. to-fit. Waist 29-38. ual colors. Sizes 7-12. Johnson --------------
I sizes keep your pool water sparkling aeont. 7 0' Bv Wo.. .poon. Hand pat.n. for a full 3 _ths.I .
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: IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF OF SALE ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS:'

THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Has drinking caused
home your you
Of repossessed mobile
/ OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR on the 26th day of September to be sick and tired of being

l / BRADFORD COUNTY. 1975 at 10:00: a.m. The un- sick and tired? Ph. .

I : dersigned will sell the following 964-7619 or' 473-2108. 7/3
CASE NO.75242IN 13tp 9/25.
t mobile home: 73 Saratoga
+. s J
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Serial No. 23960. Said Sale will

RE: The Marriage of JULIUS be held at Sumit Mobile Homes TOP SOIL:FILL DIRT: 6 days a
LYNN
McKENZIE Husband 1227 No. 14th Street, Leasburg week dozer work and
and DEBORAH SUE
McKENZIE -
SAVIr.3f/ NAS sirs ..s lA.i :." Wife. Florida., dragline work., Call 468-1873
114 IIIifiI JAr "" IIiIiI The undersigned reserves the Star Rt. Hampton STEPHEN

BOYS' NOOOED JACKET BOYS'FOOTBALL JERSEY WORK OR DRESS BELTS I PC.CAST DION SKILLET SET 1-PACKDIWTOmS FHINQEOUTHTOBIU EPF611D. FILM' COVIlI NOTICE OF SUIT right; to bid American Homes SMITH LANDFILL tfchg.

WaterrepellontnyIon. Zip Numerals front,bock and la T/V width Heavy 6V,", V and 10V skillet, Absorbent striped cotton. Cotton femes in pink, blue Non-allergenic vinyl. ,.-. TbJuliua: LYM McKenzie Industries Inc., Suite 1700, .:. _
front. Popular colors.8-16 long sleeves. Sizes 816. duty Sizes ends. _..Full 121eV"N American National Bank
vinyl. 32-42. Pro-seasoned, ready to us*. 14.26"tau. Fringed 01'11'.21.38" ByCinnan. your pill Addreat. Unknown Building South Band Indiana, LOSE WEIGHT safely! ft fast

46624.Itchg. with X-11 Diet Han $3.
w YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED 9/11 REDUCE excess fluids with X-
;
<' .. I that an action for dissolution of r Pel $3. KOCH DRUG STORE..
lIRINr f 14XIB"DOORMRROR O marriage has been filed against 7/3 IStchg 10/9

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KNEE- IIG 1 RICH WITH FRAMEIAVI 6 serve
NYLONS defenses' if it WANTEDPART
any to on
IAVI 24% at 1.M
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/ 1 Petitioner, whose address la' r FOR. SALE,
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114N. Walnut Street P. O. Box TIME COLLECTION

WAS WAS lAV1 rA! SAVI I WAS LlS A J'''' 9S6 Starke Florida, 32081. and PERSON.
Nan-bind taps 7W1( 21% 3 smart frame*- ;; safe file the original with the Clerk of
EXPERIENce'DESIRED FOR SALE: Sarlow high
f tortoise shellwal- !11I the __
Long I slo.hte8/t wearing.I POLYESTER JMUKASCorefree MSSES TUBE TOW nut or fruitwood It" LIGHT FIXTURE ODDER nsT611 n ALADDIN UFL.OZ. L styled Court'Onbfor. or HOURS AVAILABLE 904-744S wheeler, self propelled lawn

to 11. fabric stretches One size fit* all.Cool 95% .finish. Prodnlled, Installs in second 4.S ft. Aduts| light from bright to A scientific: blend. of/ lubrt-. September 29, 1975 .mower 100.. 9646371. Itp
far sleek fit. Cola 818. cotton-5%rubber stretches. with drive screw*. card, pushbutton switch. cadl.lit.3y.awamnty. cdinging.dianswitZO/t otherwise a judgment may b.slated 9/11!
against you for the rasafdaranded CLASSIFIED AD RATES
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\ YA IMi3 in the Petition. GARAGE SALE: fri. & Sat.,
LADC WITNESS hand and the ,
my Deidline for Insertion
Sept. 12 ft 13. 9:30: a.m. to
seal. of said Court on the 20th Noon
Tuesday preceding Corner Madison and
7:30: p.m.
uv 2HI day of August. 1975.,
rs sort s.v .
12% Thursday, before publication Orange. Itp 9/11
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S YYu ALPelSI Gilbert S. Brown Minimum Charge $2.00 .FOR SALE: Puppy male St.
WAS 1011 CNILDREN21'! rAeJlrTJf As Clerk of Court
saW
I (CoversIS Words Bernard. 2 month old good
By: Beulah M. Moody blood line marking .
y Each word over IS ; perfect *

I HUtMBLMMMCATIO F n -Deputy Clerk 1.cents. 964-7212 or 964-7720.. 1tchg.
8/28 4tchg: 9/18

..s SA.I WA, IA.I SHAYP00.402. IRW"- Sat ... JIIIf! !'!' .... ...:; -__ ___.:Io___ All Classified Ads must be 9/11------------

..... llrp .... I.. :1ME II. 2N SAVI l% uv 11% lnlf l01I paid for In advance unless yenhave FOR SALE: 2 BranguaUmousincroas

MEn TUBE SOCKS ken's ATHUTK SHOE I" LEATHER WOiI WALNUT T ill j E-T..-.TAL..u' 'Inflation ia like getting an established account bull, 8 months old.

; Terry lining., \ Contrasting Foam padded nylon-sued... Loce-lo-loe. G.rwin.Good, 24xlS.22"hgh.! Easy to asSembl MN11INVILOPEI R...... ..... ........ f.trp. -"" stuck in a traffic jam. You with the Telegraph. In. that 125 -'. Dotph' /taftfeA. '
...) size fits" 1o.U. Pro-type. sal.. Sizes 7-U year welt. Sim 7 12. .. Easy-gliding doors. Lat 101101x 1 a1Gl rA "- '- 29" hi.. find you are part of the event. M ,cents extra charge Itchg 9/11

problem, but ,you 'can't for .IW.... Not responsible forerror ,---------- -,
figure! out what to do about when given over lb.phone .
EAGLE THE CONVENIENT IM't 1&. FOR SALE: Young horaaa and
when la not
or
FAMILY DISCOUNT I STORES 312 W..dllonSt. 964-7813 | CIQARETTES ./ ? I" 4" :-J. K. K.. m Chicago and brought copy to the of- ponia. rceaonable. Ph. 9646417 -
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r FOR SALE J AUTOMOBILES Davidson UNITED FARM AGENCY ; 0 Y.


GALE.J USED l LOST, AND FOUND Mobile Home Park REGISTERED ESTATE BROKER REAL

FOR SALE: Shetland Sheepdog 206 South Water Street :/. ,.-

(Toy Collie) AKC, tricolor AMERICAN ,In City Limits PAUL IRENE FAULKNER :
FAMILY SOUND
male. Champion sired. Terms : FOR. SALE: 1969 Ford Van, 6
possible$125. For more infor Sales, service, installation, cyl., stick shift, good running LOST:Wallet&eye glasses Friday $30 Per Mo. 964-6065 Real Facts / ruriU'9 U"on
mation call 964-6628. 1tp 9/11 stereos, phono, reel-reel, condition. $800 or best offer. night In Starke area. If Approximately 1 acre land with '

------------ tapes, cassettes, radios. Work 9648087.911 2tp 9/18 found mail to Charlie Cowart, Walk To New' I 12 x 60 mobile home, furnished, oy A Real RW..TY

FOR SALE: 60 x 34 Pool table guaranteed. 118 Court, 964- ------------ Rt. 2, Box,94, Starke. Itp Center well & septic. $7.700.00.
Shopping
- Estate
and accessories $25. Ph. 964- 7329. tfchg. 9/11
6847. W. Pratt St. ------------, City Gas, Water S S w rOn Country store, restaurant & gas c---J '
1tp 9/11 ------------ FOR SALE: 1965 Ford $85. pumps, equipped Also stock By .. '

------------ .:.FOR'SALE:Diamond needles for. Runs. 964-6954. 1tp 9/11 301 South included. Priced to move.
FOR SALE: Double beds$39.95, --....---------
$29. any stereo, over 247 differentones Terms. Cecelia
twin 95,
roll-a-way $20, Terwillegar
used furniture we have them all. Dahmer's Jolu Motel - -
appliances, air FOR SALE: 1970 Maverick, 2 t REAL ESTATE Beautiful 3 BR, 2 bath, over 2
conditioners 110V, 220V, -- Discount tfchg.-- door standard transmission 6 964-8810 1/2 acres of land. Good Terms. Recording your deed it a statute in every state,
congoleum $2 yd., and porch FOR SALE Large fresh shrimp cyl. $850. Call Lake Butler If and the reason lor: this process is to protect the
swings, 4 ft. $6, b ft. $8 And .
without heads $225 per lb., 4962343. 1tp 9/11 UNITED FARM AGENCY parties involved in the transaction. The recordingof
ten thousand other items. The deed announces officially the status of the title
Driftwood Motel, East ------------ National Adv. a
Bargain Center 301 S. of Palatka. 325-2331. 9/4 4tp of the property concerned. Therefore, any claims

Starke. tfchg.% 9/25 ... "" I or information about the property hitherto
------------ 'III 10 ACRES unknown may be made public at that time.

FbR SALE: 38 Snub nose Fund HOUSES fOR SALE OOfDt7C The recording of the deed is also important when
;
gun $55. 22 hand guns $24.95, 10 Minutes'' From ears Csar,0"-_ MUL TIPLELISTINGS someone sells a piece of property too. Then the
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25 automatic guns from .... buyer Is made aware of the status of the title and
$49.95. Dahmers Discount. t WANTED 1 Keystone Heights REAL ESTATE has clear' understanding of the situation of the

tfchg e.o.rpu1r._ Vi t!LAwnr. FIA., property that he is about to purchase.
'-i -r -- ,, --- FOR SALE: 12 x 60 mobile "* 1,750, Per.Acre Handyman special $3.500 Understanding is the key to real estate purchases
3 BR, 1 bath frame home with
FOR SALE: Beef for freezer home excellent r and we are dedicated to helping you fully
on condition,
dry feed. J. W. Gaskins, 964- WANTED: The one couple in take over payments of $89.46 159" ,Per Mo. cent heat/air, chain link fenced 2 BR, 4 acres $6,500 understand all that you need to know. See us today,
5130. Itp 9/11 100 who are ambitious month. comer lot, $19,400. we can help you.
per
--_------ enough to earn $1000 per _473-2113.1tp9/1,1 No Low Land - Handyman special $7,500
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month in their own business. 2-story BR 2 Bath frame home:
FOR SALE: Washer, dryer, refrigerator Write Cliff Rowe, 2901 SW 1st FOR SALE; 12 x 65 3 bedroom WEST CENTRAL on 1 acre, $20,000 4 BR, 2 lots $10,500 PREFERRED PROPERTIES

freezer. We also Ave., Gainesville. 8/28 4tp mobile home, 1 bath. Call 964- REALTY., INC. ". - i
repair and service appliances. 9/18 8369 after 5 p.m. 1tp 9/11 Registered Broker 12 acres, fenced, well & septic 2 BR frame-terms $3,890 ,
lyOU are looking for the home
Reasonable.9645760.94 I perfect site in thecoun'ry
2tp ------------ 1-378-2308. Anytime tank, E. of Lawtey, $15,000.
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9/11 we have itl Fifty-four of the very best acresin
WANTED: Used sofas, bedroomsets FOR SALE: '1973 Eagle mobile Evenings Call -'- 2 BR lakefront $22,000 Bradford County with approx. 100 pecan trees..lo
------------ Art Pa 60 Acre farm 3 BR home
washers stoves and home $100 down, 1973 air tray sited right in the middle of the strawberry country.
FOR SALE: Two 3/4 Limousin refrigerators. Dahmers conditioner, 3 ton $400. Call J73-2M9 pond planted pasture. Will Off SR-100-3 BR $22,000 Owner financed
bulls, 450 & 750 DisCount divide terms.
Ibs, 25 Hul- 533-2728 -
after 6:30.: 1t 9/11
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7/24 Btchg 922ATTENTION -----
sey Quill cross game chickens, - 4 BR, 2 bath 4A $22,500
------------ : We now have excellent
- ------ acreage that we can sell in 10
-- BYRON E. DUCE ',2 Mobile home site -
$5 each if all are taken, range '' acre
FOR SALE: 12 x 64 Artcraft I and 15 acre tracts with owner financing.
raised. Also Hulsey Reg.Ren1 Estate Brbker 2500. 3 BR 2
game : acres $24,600
chickens direct from mobile home. Central heat 393 N.Temple Ave __ ... -----
Hulsey. and air, washer, dryer, partially 1 V4 Bath Double wide MH I Forty-five acres in pasture and with home -pretty
J.M. Edwards, Box 628, WAITED 964-7700 3 BR, Lawtey 3 BR brick $31,000
t HELP 1 furnished unfur- flowers 29
Starke. Ph. 964-5379. 9/4/ 4tp or on 1 acre Lake Access percent down..balance in 10 years at 8 percent
nished,concrete steps, $5,300 160acres interest.Remote .
$13,650.
9/25 Keystone 3 BR brick $44,000
or best offer. 964-8341, or House&3 acres
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964-8673, Mr. Milton. Up 9/4 : Ii
FOR SALE: Peas, purple tip & DEMON ------------ House on appx. 112 aera. I 'l LAWTEr ,. Hampton-1 acres $9,200 yet close In 40 of the cleanest acres you'll
zipper cream. You pick $3 STRATORS: Toys & Gifts. Completely! furnished. .J. .782 ..3806 ever see. Beautiful hay, some timber fenced & cross
Rd. 16W, 964-5156, Seeber Work now thru December. FOR SALE: 12 x 60 Holiday rsf ...,U.TV4.. WIT'.-* A MffAftl_. Lawtey 2.75 acres $9,500 fenced ponds home with CH&A large LR country
Forsythe. 9/4 2tp 9/11/ FREE sample Kit. No experience mobile home on 1 acre. Fully 2400) sq. ft. bidg.;ready for a I kitchen complete with a good variety of friendly,
furnished central &
heat.
------------ needed. Call or writeSanta's air business on State Hway,. Just Lawtey 4.4 acres $9,500 farm animals barn 2 car garage.
Call 473-3193 after
FOR SALE: Reduce safe & fast Parties, Avon, Conn. 3pm. 1tp out of ; ----
with GoBese Tablets & E-Vap 06001. Ph. 1 ((203)) 673-3455. 8/28 City.'r -'- 3 BR. 2 bath, CB, dwg. on extra 5 to 6 acre tracts on the Santa Fe Kingsley Lake Rambling home with large living and

"water pills" Andrews Pharmacy Also Booking Parties. 8/21/ ------------ 3 BR house,', J just refinished. large cor. lot In City, w/ 0 River $2.000/acre dining room, sunny Fla. room, 4BR, 2B, dock, and a

356 W. Madison, 13tp 11/13 Inside.. wlf swimming pool, central heat & long, narrow lot.

Starke. 9/4 4tp 9/25 ----------- HELP WANTED -'j-t- -,-' air conditio ng; ._. 2 acre MH, terms $5,000 -----
----- ------- t J you own property outside'of - Colley Road Large, well built, CB home, 3 BR, 2B,
FOR SALE Case county &.want to sell sea us- 4'BR. 2 bath CB. dwg. Central 7 acres In town. $18,000 I CH&A, terrazzo floors throughout fireplace, over an
: pocket knives Heat & Air Conditioning on .

now vrft "Ddhmefs "Discount' ,',"", fOR RENT Mfr'' Let fjs t&ttr r ; yOCT,. *Wit11/ 'v *l targtcor.1"tot! -City- *.. *. 10 acres/Therese $12,600( >-'acre JH of- .land-....!-:._...... -u...-l.:.___i .. *_ .-..f ...:-..=. . J .:

tfchg WANTED: Uve-in housekeeper financing.,,.* : - Road 16-;. Brick 3BR I B, kitchen with. dining area LR
&companion for elderly lady. 3 BR. frame, house outside city, Lawtey 10 acres $11,000 and an acre of land.

FOR SALE: Mobile Home 'Parts Room, board & salary. 468- Listing needed. I for 3 BR house .excellent 'condition., 2.3 acres. -----
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1352, 7 to 10 Mon. thru '- Peetsville 11
and supplies. OLIN'S MOBILE FOR RENT: 2 bedroom, air con- p.m. ,' acres $10,000
Sat. VERNIE $38,000-3 BR. 2 bath, CH&A, Cecelia T.
HOMES SALES, Hwy, 100 ditioned mobile home on nice ODOM Terwillegar/
W. Starke, 964-5606 tfchg. shady lot. 964-7775. 1tp 9/11 ------------ y' 964576A.J.'T1Idrtlli'Realtcir' One Acre lot, 1,666 sq. ft. living 700 foot highway 301 frontage, Reg. Real Estate Broker
--- ---- area. 1 'A miles out of City Umits US-301, 21 acres,' terms 206 West t Madison
p -w ------------
WANTED: Mature lady to live In of Starke. $35,000 Office 914-7776
FOR SALE: 20 acres of good FOR RENT: 3 room furnished and do cooking and light -, home 964.5145

pasture land with cows or efficiency apt. Available Sept. housework. Fair salary. Write ; "POT Sale:2 story,house close to We have all other type Starke Florida
15. Nochildren or pets. Private J.H. '621,.N.Walnut St.
Lammons, Rt. 15, Box
without
located out Rd. 315 town. Upstairs furnished apt.' properties listed. Come (in and
964-8021.
entrance. Itchg
from Keystone Heights with 149M, Jacksonville, Fla. 7.1.9644162 downstairs. 3 BR. see us.
nice trees. 473-4411. 1tchg 9/11 32234. 9/4 2tp 9/11 - I Printed Stationary Adds A Lot To Your Busines
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9/11 ------------ 7 Room House, nice section of 19 Acres Lawtey;good timber, FRED SACKETT-REALTOR
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom, AC, Let Us Quote You A Price
------------ AVON CALLINGII!I To or terms. 205 N.Temple(US-301))
heat. Call before 11 a.m. or buy sell City,j Hardwood Floors, some
FOR SALE: Wood building 16 x after 9pm. 964-7047. Itp Avon call 755-0731 or write items of furniture, Iota.of - 9049646522,46816423OOOOOOOOOOOOO On Your Printing Needs
24 with wood floor, metal Lorna dyatt, P.O.' Box 220, storage carport paved .drive-/ 176 Acres, Brooker, area, some

roof, all enclosed, to be 9/11------------ Lake City, Fla. 32065. tfchg. may, comer with paved streets, planted pines. II;( ( (CQEE t(] (pw[E vm E!
moved. Call 964-8>71. Itp - -
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9/11 FOR RENT: Partly furnished two Priced at $17,500.00, terms may 4 BR Frame House, Fireplace, 964.6305 135 W. Call
bedroom house. No children Central Heat & Air. 12 ,
------------ be arranged. acres
RUMMAGE SALE Saturday, $125 per month.964-5417. Itp ; paved rd.

Sept. 13 from 9 til 12. 456 9/11 t Motorcycles 8.71 acre West side State Road - -
------------ 1 & 2 acres mobile home sites, '
Pratt St. 1tp 9/11 No.100{just outside City limits.
,------------ FOR'RENT Olin's Subdivision Price $15,500.00.Offices N.W. of Starke Terms.
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FOR SALE: Wholesale 1971 1/2 acre lots, $2500 per - :ILPfr HOUSE"Lake
Chev. Nova, 6 ). manual SUZUKI OF STARKE:1VouVauthorized : '
cy month. Water & Sewage and/or business, storage
Roberts Jr.
George
trans., good gas mileage furnished. For information call Suzuki Dealer. or. rant.jbty .
$995. 1974 Pontiac Catalina 2 Mark Olin, Olin's Mobile Phone 964-6020. 304 East Call. REQ.'REAL ESTATE BROKER

door coupe, aft/ air, tape Homes Sales, Hwy. 100 W., Street. rfchg.------ Park: ;Blk' 2 5 Lots 'tf' 964-7826
deck, vinyl top $200 and take Starke: 9645606. tfchg,. --- >2500.00; Blk 4 8 Lots.
over payments. Ph. 9647955. 1FOR $400000; Blk.: 5 21 Lots Hampton Oaks"Open
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FOR SALE: 1973 Honda 175
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Itp 9/11 $18,75000; BIk.'6 13 Lots -
RENT: 12' wide mobile street bike, excellent condi-
------------ 10500.00; Blk. 7.5 Lots & 2
: tion, low mileage $460. 782- AAA BUILDERS
homes outside city limits. J.B.
YARD SALE: 4V4 miles N. of half Lots $7,750.00.. Each Blk. J.W.Thomas
3619. Lawtey, Fla. 9/11
Starke on 301, Elsie Normans White. Ph. 9646114. tfchg. Itp has paved St., with utilities &
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Trailer near Thonl station. ------------ available. See us now and take Sans For inspection.
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Refrigerator,dishes, blankets, your pick.. Any
.
toys, baby clothes, all size type oofin9Gdaesvl0e376.5087
clothes, radios and tools. Fri. Olin's' Subdivision

& Sat., Sept. 12 & 13. Ph. 2tp 9/4 A; 9/18 Saturday and Sunday Afternoons
9645848. 1 lip 9/11 ; BRASINOTON .
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FOR SALE: Color TV, antenna, I I Sales A Service
used 3 mo. 1966 VW $200 or Fine Selection Of Used

best offer. 964-7469 Itp 9/11 1 I IIrne Can Taken On .,I W..ll. D..lllln..1. 3 Bedroom, 2 Full Baths, Carpet Throughout,
----- ------- Cadillac Trades
FOR SALE: Lincoln rocker 40 i 2001 N.W. 13 3715301GAINESVILLE' Cent. Heat & Air. Dishwasher, Garbage

years old red mahogany .2.thru. 6"
.
wood, tapestry 2 years old. Loll For Rent *25" Per Mo Water.d. : tf -, Fast Rotary Disposal, Landscaped...... .. This Home Has
$100. 50 year old cedat chest, 1'2 Acre Furnished
46" x 22", natural finish $50. Sewage Drilling Equipment Everything Except Someone To Love

964-6279. Itchg 9/11 Call Mark Olin 964-5606 Hwy 100 W. ttAUCTION .{ \ .J:} W'

------------ "J Long .Champ State Licensed ......" ...1 ,s. $1"fr'

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Home and 1. ...
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We Have Used r- .., ; )
Building Materials ] .t
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WASHERS $QC & WE BUILD t r!' yew: & UsedSalesPansServtce .."I. .'"... .'" ,...... -"
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Thanks For Making Our First Sale So Successful ;:; :

SawyelrNpplisncss. t YOUR. LOTOR'OURSFREE ESTIMATES. '.' f.rEZ. Terms :: 3 32; _. .. :. __. .=::: :; :


NOW WE NEED MORE EQUIPMENT FORT, REMODELING > REPAIRS ";, ..um"ln..1

332 W. Madison OUR SEPTEMBER SALE ADDITIONS. ,

984-7701 And We Have Buyers Here Every Day t- *J HOMES BOUGHT,. SOLD. .New'lnstallation'

TRADED-' r Remodeling

JIMMY MOORE'S Call Us About Bringing In Your Tractors*, ACREAGE FOR SALE *' Repairs ?fl -,-

Autos Trailers Backhoes & Equipment ....4..13HWY. ?t -
Trucks ,
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Eight Miles South Of Starke On U.S. 301
Sun SportsMORE 3Ol'S STARKE
Of All Kinds Now. Tf ,
BOAT FOR r.r.nc.| .'| Look For Signs On Right: At Lake Hampton

MONEY TF '
YOUR ,
Convert Unneeded Equipment. To Oath .
STARKE PH! ee4' 791 Pump & Supply

COMPLETE OUTBOARD aSTERN ssAvEs .L. K. Edwards, III C Assoc.. Realtor

DRIVE SERVICE N. E.FLORIDA EQUIPMENT JT Company .
FRED DAVIS'OMCTRUCKS
AND REPAIR AUCTION ', : ',884,)N.Temple', Ave.. '473-4883 or 476-2638

COMPLETE FIBERGLASS. Ph. ((904)284t6977) i
U.S. 17 BUCK PONTIAC ? Starke -

CUSTOM REPAIR ASS FISHING BUILT FIBER BOATS I ..Green Cove Springs .VA; SAVE LITTLE YOU A LOT CAN TFBK3REEN ,.** .:.'664-7061: .If KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, FLORIIA ;''{ M Mf


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Chamber Seeks Facts Teachers Approve ",,;I I"f Fire Injures


I :t Star he Man

On Proposed AppartmentsSTARKE ContractSTARKE
Bargain Cllrj I r'j STARKE A Bradford
County resident was seriously
In an meaning it is better to attend included Senate President "This is injured in one of two fires
a new beginning in
evaluate what is true about the meetings to correctly Dempsey Barron D-Miami Bradford the professional reported In the area Tuesday
the proposed 44-unit apart evaluate the veracity of whatis and State Sen. Buddy McKay written teachers contract have their with first the the teachers have relationship with management morning Sept. 9.
ment complex set for SR-100 said. D-Ocala. said. Tom Browntree was listedin
,
Loper
just west of the city limits the Does the newspaper print Commissioner of Education school administration and j critical condition at Shands
Chamber of Commerce will fact or what goes on at the Ralph Turlington addressedthe plan to use build it as.a' future "We welcome constructive Hospital in Gainesville for
to in
stone on
invite the spokesmen of DS&N meetings a Telegraph dinner meeting last criticism and active Involvement burns received in a 3:10: a.m.
reporter was asked. "Just the January. years. fire at his mobile home
Development Corp. of Gaines- by the teachers and cer- on
whichIs
The bargaining unit .
ville to address the Board of crap that goes on there the -Heard President Bill tainly direct input and feed- Morgan Road off SR-16.
Governors at its October reporter answered.The Glover appoint President- composed of professional back from them" he said. "The mobile home Is a total
meeting board members agreedthe elect Harold Davis chairmanof employees voted 97 percentfor loss and the fire Is under
The move was suggested by apartment issue is one the a nominating committee to ratification said George investigation," said Bradford
Dale Brown, a member of the Chamber should enter into if it present 12 names of persons to Loper spokesman for the $11,229 Paid County Fire Chief Harry
Chamber board and accepted. can determine what stand to fill six seats in the Board of teachers. Green. .
The contract is retroactive .
take. Governors election to take "
Brown said he has attended Another fire was reported at
several recent public meet- In other action at the meet- place in November and Aug. 26 this year, the first day To Couple For 1313 W. Madison at 10:10: a.m.
ings where the apartmentsissue ing held Thursday Sept. 4, in December. Davis wilt choose the teachers returned ,to Tuesday, involving a truck-
has been discussed and the Garden Restaurant the two committee members ,to school and extends through type camper located in the
Chamber boardConfirmed : work with him. June 30, 1976.Administration. InjuriesDamages ..
doesn't believe what (is said yard of the C.E. Jackson
John Miller -Was told by Pres. Glover agreed to home.
there is always the truth. "" No injuries were
Newspaper stories don't get production manager of the that he and Pres.-Elect Davis accept the proposed contractat and court costs reported by the Sarke Fire
the whole story, Brown said Telegraph, as a member of will conduct a 2-man member- the regular school board totaling $11,229.94 have been Department, although the
the Chamber board replacingJ.E. ship drive this week to sign meeting Tuesday night.
up paid to Albert F. (Buddie) and camper was deemed a total
Tomlinson, vicepresident new members and try to The contract provides for Nellie P, Garner Starke "- .
of the Florida Bank at collect delinquent accounts. maintenance of the present loss.Cause
Nichols Named motel operators, after a long- of the fire was undetermined -
Starke, who submitted his The Chamber is $1,200 behindin salary schedule teachers pending civil suit against the said Starke Fire
Insurance Man resignation due to a busy work dues collections, accordingto receiving the normal pay Seaboard Coast Line Railroadfor Chief Harold Glasgow.
schedule. Manager John Myers. The increase for experience, but injuries received in a 1970
-Showed a preference to a Chamber has made its budget otherwise, no hikes have been grade crossing accident in
Of The Quarter prominent state politician to each of the last six years withno given. Teachers going on con Lawtey. Sims Not
speak at the annual Chamber increase in dues Myers tinuing contract or those '' Inmate
Nichols Starke dinner meeting in January. said. changing rank will receive the Gamer was awarded $9,103;
Douglas
insurance salesman for Manager John Myers was normal adjustments. If thereis Mrs. Garner $1,000 for "lossof Guilty In FSP Death
National Life Insurance asked to begin making con- where ends an increase of five per cent consortium soviety and
Liberty The only place
of her New faces at the Health Department Billie Cannon joins
which officialcan in funds, those at the top companionship
find out
tacts to football STARKE E. Sims
Company, was meet now is on a becomes Grady
nursing administration and Darrell O'Neal
and court costs
in
husband
recently honored by his make the date with the field. would get raises.Bargainers Jr., a Florida State Prison
associates and the Chamber. Names mentioned agreed on a 7V4 the amount of $876.94. inmate, was found not guiltyof
management of his district hour workday with a 30- Garner, alone at the time second-degree murder
when they selected him the Tillman Wins Two ContestsIn minute duty-free lunch for and driving westerly on SR- sanitarian.O'Neal charges by a six-member'
exceptional life insuranceman teachers. If a teacher is 225 at the main crossing in Cannon Bradford Circuit Court jury
of the quarter. i Special Olympics required to perform duties Lawtey narrowly escaped here Friday Sept. 5. .
during lunch he or she will death when his car was struck
Douglas was presented a Sims was indicted for the ;1
;
personalized plaque Representing Bradford Inc. (BUARC) donated $100 receive. equal compensationtime. and Seaboard cut in two train by a southbound Join Health Jan 9 strangling death ,or :I

acknowledging the merits of County Randy Tillman of towards the trip. The Special In their bill of complaint, Dept. Leon Clyde Sapp while both :#''r
Teachers will also receive
The will be televised
his achievement. two contests in the Olympics were inmates at the Florida
Starke won the rail-
Garners charged
the
selection was based not onlyon Olympics for the Sept. 13 on Channel 4 at 4:30: three paid holidays.If State Prison. Sims said he had
Special failed to
Nichols sale of life Insurance retarded held in Mt. Pleasant p.m. lay-offs are necessary road company failed give to Two new employees joinedthe of Mary Black Hospital l Schoolof known Sapp since 1967, had
for the quarter but on Mich. recently. they will be made on seniority adequate warning, staff of the Bradford Nursing in Spartanburg met him in prison.. Sims was
his general attitude towardsthe Tillman brought home a Persons interested in the or- basis. provide adequate train warning County Health Department S.C. A 4-year resident of released and in 1971 returnedto
and that the was
devices
life insurance business. first place medal for Softball ganization are urged to attend Except under unusual circumstances during August, announced the Bradford and Union counties, serve a 35-year sentence for
Nichols represents the and placed fourth in the 50- the organization's regular teachers will not operated negligently.: BCHD this week.. she has worked previouslywith armed robbery. -
Satisfaction in the case was
Gainesville office of Liberty dash. membership meeting tonightat have to teach out of their Mrs. Billie Cannon, a 24- City of Jacksonville and The two became friends
yard filed at the courthouse here
National. He resides at 1018 The Bradford-Union Asso- 7:30: p.m. at the Bradford fields. The was tried year veteran of public health Clay County health depart- upon Sims' return to prison
Southgate Drive Starke. ciation for Retarded Citizens School Board building. Teachers will have 10.paid. Tuesday. case nursing began duties of ments. but Sapp drank a lot, Sims
leave days for illness. last May. nursing supervisor Aug. 8, She is married to Robert said. On the night in question,
supervising a staff of six Cannon a retired dry cleaning Sapp had too much to drink
public health nurses and one businessman from and started a fight resulting in
home health aide. Jacksonville, and lives on his own death. f
Darrell R. O'Neal a recent Crystal Lake.
graduate of Western Ken Mrs. Arlin McKnight Y1lL

tucky University began nursing director of BCHD .
_: : sanitarian duties under since 1965, said the additional -
F 'I : supervisor Jack Trawick last position was necessary due to
The of'' week. the growth of the nursing staff Help a shut-in. 'Ask a
cost O'Neal 24, completed a field and added programs such as neighbor who is temporarily
study with the Alachua County Medicare Medicaid "grounded" If you can pick
Health Department this Maternity Infant Care up any groceries for her:
summer to receive a Bachelorof sac -
Program and a multitude of
Science degree in Public home health services.She also
Health from WKU. He is attributes the need to growthin
this has replacing Don Linville who the county as the schools
bulb resigned the position To pursuea have more then doubled
gone up master's degree at East since she came to Bradford
Tennessee State College. County 28 years ago. .
O'Neal is\, married to, the i..''We've needed the position
former''' Maura McCarty of for several years but it hasn't
Clearwater and plans to moveto been easy. You've got to show
far Starke soon. cause for it," Mrs. McKnight
tnatlighting Mrs. Cannon is a graduate said..
more -. ... -- .-

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Don't Do It AnymoreWASHINGTON neighborhood.. .

Let your neighbor put his
then voted on which stories
parking problem in
Youngsters read less not only they felt would be the most driveway When he's your
Have priced light bulb lately? planninga
J.Shellhorse/Energy Conservation Coordinator you a, because they watch television, interesting.Ten party and you're not using
Florida Power the light bulb but because they don't often
Light Today, average100 watt adults sample layouts a week your c.r. offer the space for

costs 50$. That's 100% more than it cost just ten see'That's reading the conclusion today. were shown to an average of his

3-" '3 years ago. 200% more than it cost, twenty five' a reached child by Dr.psychiatrist Nicholas Long in, schools.125 children On paper in ballots various the .-comp.ny.iW

$ Washington, D.C. He said that youngsters graded the
years modeling themselves after proposed articles A, B, C, or
,; ago.But there's a bright side. grownups is one of the chief D,' according to how much If you need softened butter
Similar for in shredit
they liked them. baking a hurry
The actual cost of lighting that bulb has children.learning methods used by classroom surveys will be on a vegetable grater, using

:, wy tr gone up only 8% in the last 25 years. That'sright. "Television exposure, of continued each month. the larger holes.kgow.

course, is another factor
41: A4 The price per kilowatt hour of electricity is behind the decline in Knowledge Conquers Fear
"
reading, Dr. Long adds.. your"Carpeting
:: one of the few bargains still around. "Children see major events "Television gives childrenan

_. > -' b Granted in the two the cost reported in 90 seconds on a instant awareness in sound
; : past years newscast.' If a shooting war and color of all the world'sproblems.
of electricity has substantially. Primarily can be covered in less than from wars to
gone
: 't up "
famines and terrorism, Dr.
two minutes, then a
I due to the international fuel crisis. Fact is, we're book seems just too 200-page,long to Long points out. "To a child,

175% for fuel oil than in rea d," the work seems to be over- lhRobert
4 paying more today whelming. L. ..

1973. And that's fifty-nine percent of all our Seeking a Reading Tool "But knowledge builds Kitchenssu.txrriNc''r

"' operating costs. The psychiatrist's: views confidence.. The more the
p. solicited the editors of child learns, the more he or
t But with the that fuel were by
even extra costs the National Geographic she feels able to exert some

add bill and in their search for control over those frightening
; adjustment charges to even Society
a \ ; your things out there." .
--- \ with the added bite that inflation takes, people ways to to encourage rediscover young the From working with the staff : : : 1"r\umMi;
'pleasure of reading. Dr. 'of World during its formative
Long
Ji-- electricity has increased much less over the (served as a consultant in the months, Dr. Long predicts tha lc...'( 1111) good ('arlwt.IlRd

last 10 or 25 years than.almost anything I preparation of the Society'sfirst magazine will fill an Important then try to save a few dollars
need in children'slearning
i '. new magazine in 56 II) failing tn put a good pad
', \ ; else you can name. .* years. National Geographic processes. undrrnralh the carpet ("ad
"The publication Is geared
We're best hold down World, which starts ding is most important.. 'I he
trying our to costs 'publication' in September is very closely to the youngsters'
i and still deliver but there's big aimed at readers 8 through 12. normal developmental con- lift of your carpel is! grcs.lly:
good service a "
.
'The new monthly magazineis cerns, the doctor observes."It extended when the carpet
.- factor that everyone can do something about: strong on adventure travel, presents facts in an exciting rests on the !soil pad instead
colorful style and of hard floor surface.In .
and science, often with youthful a
a. usage. protagonists, and includes shows its readers that I I addition to increasing the:

In the last 10 years:the average family puzzles activities quizzes, cutouts and curiosity all part of and growing adventure up pre and life of your carpet, !soft padding -
other to its
;, doubled its usage! Electricity has become sucha readers. engage learning to"control your en- allows you to "sink. in"

vital of living that,your electric bill isn'tjust Prototype issues were vironment. when >nu walk upon the carpet -
part tested by showing them to giving, it ,the "plushy"feel.
your "light bill" anymore. children in schools and to .'
young visitors to the Society's THANKS A good: pad pays for ilstlf.Vr .
But by using electricity wisely, you can Explorers Hall, and oy \ have the right paddingfor

make that bill a good deal lighter on your. Society's distributing employees copies to for showto the FOR US every rarpel. Our courteous -

1 budget. For tips on how; pick up a free copy of children.their own and friends' recommend salesmen the will proper.he glaFto:pad to

I "Watt Watchers" at any. FPL office today. Editors consulted teachers, fit your needs.
t.t.; and psychologists in
parental
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\ illustrations that would en- 6
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Hernandez Home Scene


Of Phillipino Buffet Dinner m

Dr. and Mrs. Carlos Her Sundusadee, Mrs. A.J. Barry, ligrap4qfaJ
nandez gave a buffet dinner son Drew, daughter,
party followed by dancing at Adrienne, Miss Debbie Casey
their home on East Call Street and her fiance Steve Wright, ,September, 1975 Wooly Society Cdilorr 964-7608
n Sunday evening com- Mr.and Mrs. George Roberts. .
memorating The Day of Our Mrs. Leonard K. Whiteheadand

Lady of Charity, the Cuban family; from Jacksonville Norman Family Reunion Held Sunday Sept. 7' II
Madonna for all Cuban Dr. and Mrs. Vince Binton, .
Catholic people. Dr. and Mrs. Edwardo Cinca; .K The F.M. (Tobe) Norman parents, the Francis Marlon, house and farm increased.
t,tiiF.S I ( The dining table was from Raiford Mr. and Mrs. family met Sunday at Camp Sr., In an oxcart from a small Through the years F.M.
{ iS covered with a green hand J.H. Stevenson, Dr. and Mrs. Montgomery near Keystone town named Norman in Norman,Jr. was on of the first
: made Phillipino cloth and was Paul Rodriguez; from Heights for their ninth annual Georgia. They settled on a big strawberry growers of
Nancy Illldreth centered with an arrangementof Macclenny-Dr.and Mrs. Jose reunion. farm on the bank of New Bradford County on his 150
yellow and orange gladioli, Fernandez Dr. and Mrs. There were 57 children, River where the Leslie acres. A granddaughter now
Car Wash Saturday a gift from Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Miguel A. bieguez, Dr. and grandchildren and great Whitehead farm is presently owns part of the farm and hasa
Stevenson. Flowers were also Mrs. Cruz Barrios, Dr. and grandchildren present. located on SR-235. new house In the location of
By Volunteers received from many of the Mrs. Cossio; from Gainesville Children present were G.C. "Tobe" grew up there and the old house. '
: guests as gifts to the Dr. and Mrs. Delfin Lim- Norman of Tallahassee, Mrs. married Sadie Sapp who liveda
The Bradford County Madonna. Cuban and cauzco and Dr. R. Quintana; Mattie Ellis of Worthington few miles away on
'Hospital Teenage Volunteers Phillipino food was enjoyed. A from Lake City-Dr. and Mrs.J. Springs, Frank Norman, HI, "Wateroak Branch." She was
will have a car wash Saturday wide variety of desserts and Goyenechea and Mr. and and Russell Norman of the daughter of Martha Fliers Dr. and Mrs J.H.
1 Sept. 13, from 10 a.m. to hors d'oeuvres were also Mrs. R. Johnson. w Starke. Sapp and Henry Sapp. They Minesinger and Mr.. and Mrs.
3.p.m. at Hurst's Service served on silver platters. Plans were made for the built a small farm house and Curtis Sanders celebratedMrs.
Station. Among those attendingwere Merrill Struth tenth annual reunion next began a home near the Minesinger's birthday
I The price for cars, $1.50, : from Starke Dr. ana 'ii? fh t tR September.Francis. crossroads of Bayless High- Friday night with dinner at
! and trucks, $2.00, will go Mrs. Pete Felos,Dr. and Mrs. Callan tit, Marion (Tobe) way and Brownlee Road. Art's Steak House in
G. Salazar, Dr. and Mrs. J.E., Virginia As the increased the Gainesville.
toward the girls money r rjV" Norman, Jr. came with his family
I 'making projects. Denmark, Dr. and Mrs. K.
Wed August !15
! .
Lt -Mrs. Rawcliffe
Russell Watsons Merrill Struth of Starke and

Feted At Breakfast Host 29 Augustine Mrs. Virginia were Callan united of' St.in 4'-_' t *
Aug. "
marriage August 15 at 8:30: Il &

i Aug.20AtSaltLakLi. <* At Dinner Party pm.Methodist in the Church First with United Rev. t A :

I and Mrs. Fred M. George Harper performingthe
Rawcliffe were entertained at Mr. and Mrs. Russell nuptials. I
. a wedding breakfast August 20 Watson of Hampton were Among those attending the
I following their marriage in hosts at a dinner party Friday wedding were Mr. Struth's
I Salt Lake City, Utah given by night, Aug. 29, for the bridal daughters, Nancy and Mar ttft
the parents of the groom, Mr. party of their daughter, tha, and Mrs. Callan's son and $ family centers
I and Mrs. William F. Jency, and son-in-law, Lt. daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. CIF a'S/r/
, Rawcliffe. The breakfast was Fred Rawcliffe. Danny Callan and daughter,
held in the President's Roomon Arrangements of flowers Lone, of Brooker, daughter,
I the Brigham Young and dried arrangements in Sandra Callan of Gainesvilleand m JIIJIlJIj(! QOO(! Jml3'
University Campus, Provo, autumn colors were used at a few close friends.Mr. .
f Utah. points of interest.A and Mrs. Struth are Open Mon Wed 9 To 8-
&;, Those attending from out-of- barbeque buffet dinner residing at his home on W. Jency Watson and Lt Rawcliffe
I Thurs. Sat. 9 To 9
followed U.S. 301 South Starke Fla.
town were: Kim Seely of by strawberry Madison street.Program,
I Sun 12 To 6
: ;Sacramento, Calif., Bill shortcake was served. Repeat Vows In Salt Lake CityA
j/ Forrester of Los Angeles, Those enjoying the occasion
( Calif., Mrs. Blanche Peay of with the newlyweds and On Rape wedding in the Salt Lake princess lines with long slim _
I Twin Falls, Idaho, Mr. and parents were: Jack Watson, Temple, Church of Jesus sleeves of alencon lace, ending rJ
Mrs.Cornell of San Francisco, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lock and Presented To in ruffles over the hands.
Christ of Latter Saints in
Calif. and Mr. and Mrs. family, Paula, Tom and Day The Victorian neckline was of
Salt Lake August 20,
City,
William R. Watson of Hamp- Jerry, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Little Women, united in cluny lace accented with a
marriage
Jency
ton, Fla. Starling and Sherie, Mrs. Earl ruffle and reembroideredwith
The bride and groom chose Voyles, Mrs. Natalie Thornton George Tomasovitch, Police Mr.Evelyn and Watson Mrs., William daughter R.of scallops of hand drawn 1
Mrs. Edna Hart, Mr. and seed pearls. The hemline and
this occasion to present appropriate Investigator, presented a Watson of and Lt.
Hampton
Mrs. Winston Barber and Mr.. softly flowing cathedral train
the
at
gifts to their at program on Rape Little Fred M. Rawcliffe, son of Mr.
tendants. and Mrs. Randy Chism. Women's Club meeting were also enhanced with
Lt. and Mrs. Fred Rawcliffe Monday night. and Mrs.William F. Rawcliffe appliques of venise lace and
presented their attendantswith of Provo, Utah. hand drawn pearls. She

a small token of their Debbie Branson, president, The bride floor carried a cascade of yellow
Mrs. John Anuerson of wore a
appreciation during the presided over the business roses and baby's breath. Her fW:1E ID
Callahan visited Mrs. Myrtle length gown'of imported
dinner. meeting. taffeta fingertip ,veil of illusion fell
Anderson over the. weekend. organza over on :
from a. Juliet cap of re-
_n__ I embroidered, lace and seed
pearls and was edged with
EFFECTIVE YIELD clung lace.'
The couple was feted at a
military reception that
evening in the Skyroom of the
Wilkinson' Center on the
Brigham Young UniversitycampIs

Provo, Utah.Sacramento.
4 ...:.. fjy : .4... Maldo&samrwasMisKlm..' ? a
.
-
YMMMP "-.-* '; eJyof, Calif. -MR. co1.t- ",,
.r I She wore a. melon-colored,
floor length dress of twinkle r
chiffon, lined with tangerine
cotton-polyster blend.
i 1 Best, mans duties were

performed by the ,
THE
bridegroom's brother, Vern
Rawcliffe. Ushers were Bill
Forrester of Los Angeles, LEISURELOOK
Calif and Don Savage of

Provo, Utah. '
The multi-tiered wedding I--
,
I I
cake'' was beautifully em- ; I I JI
bossed with graceful columns ,

1 ANNUAL RATE supporting each tier. The IS I I
upper tier held a porcelain I
t 0/ model of the Salt Lake Templeand IN! '
10 ---
a white filigree stairwayled
;w downward to the two lower
I I
tiers. A miniature bride and I'1
groom were descending on the I Ir
"
stairway.
After a honeymoon trip I I
across country, the bride and I Iq"
groom enjoyed a second
reception Sunday, August 31,
at the home of the bride's 1i
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.R. ill

Watson, in Hampton.For I 1 .
this reception the bride
chose as her matron of honor,
Mrs. Debbie Chism. She was 1 ,
attired in a pastel green:! floor i
length dress of twinkle chif
fon. lined with a matching

Federal does it green cotton-poleyster blend.
Guaranty again To complete her outfit she
i
wore a matching soft-

with even Higher Interest RatesGuaranty carried brimmed of long picture light stemmed green hat., blue carnations She

and melon with streamers of
colors. LEISURE COAT
.r' Federal Is again offering the 7.75% annual rate of Interest on $5000; Bridesmaids were Miss

saving certificates with a minimum term of 6 years Earning an effective annual Paula Lock and Miss Sherie

yield of 8.06%*. Also 8.06annual yield on an annual rate of 7.75% for$100,000 Starling. Paula's dress was 100% Polyester Contrast
melon colored and Sherie'sdress Front button clos
dollar investments, 2-10 yearterms. Be sure your money is earning top Interest. was a pastel blue. They stitching.i ing. Asst. colors. Sizes 36 to $1988
Call today! were identical in style and 46.
Annual Annual Minimum Minimum Type off material to that of the matronof
honor. They each carried
Yield Rate Term Investment Account long stemmed carnations.The MATCHING Coordinating Double Knit slacks

a groom chose as his best Flare leg. Waist sizes 29 to 33.'
-- 8.06% Z.75% 6 Yrs. $5.000 Certificate ';, man, his father-in-law, Russ

;, 7.79% 7.50% 4 Yrs. 1.000 Certificate Jack Watson.Watson Groomsmen, brother of were the SLACKS

'.. ,.wi h-: 6.98% 6.75% 2'12 Yrs. 1.000 Certificate brides. and Tom Lock.' 100% POLYESTER $9 8,8PR. J
Certificate Mrs. Edna Hart met the
: 6.72% 6.50% 1 Year 1.000 '
;T: guests'I at the door and .
.
'_... 5.92% .5.75% 90 Days 1.000 Certificate presented them to the

5.39% 5.25% NONE NONE Passbook receiving ,line. Mrs. Natalie ,

I.:.... Thornton registered guests at r .
': ', a white lace covered table.
8.06% 7.75% 2 Yrs. 100,000 Certificate The refreshment table was .

.' 7.79% 7.50% 1 Yrs. 100,000 Certificate overlaid with a handmadeembroidered rD MEN'SLEISUI
table cloth from .
When earnings are left to compound daily for one year Uruguay a gift from the Tyiy11: ,, E STYLE
brid's brother.:The crystal
A substantial penalty required for early withdrawal on certificate plans. punch bowl was encircled with :

Some- Savings Programs,are subject to be withdrawn without notice. greenery and flowers. A .\ SHIRT
lovely'' arrangement of carnations ,
and daisies was $ fr
,
MO. flanked on either side by \
Guaranty t ESLE @ silverscandelabras holding 4:\ 9._ J, % '6591 Acetate

white candles. Mrs. Alice 3591 Nylon.
.
Federal .. Iwllla ", .' y
L---- t''N 'Voyleft 'served the punch. Iln' 4' Bold Print'
Saving and Loan Association ;' Assisting serving were Mrs. :
.4 ',i Ruby/Lock. and. Mrs. Janet

GAINESVILLE North ln/Street/377-3344/ o-1: Starling s88.I

3501'W. University"Avet/.373-8482:/:' 3300' S.W.: Archer 0 d/372-0431/ j'\'l; >;! :: presented Ac the guests a scroll left they by were little

STARKE: 395 V Madison/964-5000 I,.q Miss Lynn Barber, as a EA.
KEYSTONE.HEhaHTS: Lawrence Boulevard & Sylvan Way/473- The couple left Monday for
Coming, Soon to, Lake,Butler, .- ', Fort Campbell Ky. where the f
I .
groom.will be stationed. '


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Page U'TELEGRAPH September 11,1975



I Junior Womans Club Held Cathy Jean Wood and Daryl Hilliard Miss Powell ReceivesB.A. [


First Meeting September 2 Married Aug 29 At First'Baptist ChurchMiss Degree Aug. 30


The Junior Woman's Club Mrs. Linda Smith, hostessfor Miss Linda Powell, English Powell Mrs. Hazel DeRoux. Mr. and Mrs. A. Russell
held its first meeting of the the evening, served Cathy Jean Wood, teacher at Bradford High Mr.and Mrs. Ricky LeRoux of Norman were in Orlando
refreshments in the sunroom. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. School, graduated with honors Beach Robert
club year on Tuesday, Sept. 2, Daytona Friday and Saturday where
The table was covered with Russell L. Wood of Lawtey, from the
at the club house. a University of Floridaon LeRoux of Jacksonville, Mrs. Mrs. Norman attended the
white lace cloth and centered and Daryl Randall Hilliard, August 30 with and Mike and
Mrs. Carolyn Autry, president a B.A. Olin White sons, State Workshop of the Delta
the with a permanent son of Mr. and Mrs. Luther C. major in English. and Mrs.
Levy
presided over meet- arrange- Larry, Jorge Kappa Gamma Society at the
ing and the devotion was givenby ment of summer flowers Hilliard of Lawtey, were Those attending the and daughter, Isabel of Kahler Plaza Inn. Mrs.
flanked by silver candelabraswith united marriage August 29 at 8 graduation Lane ,
Mrs. Lester Crews, co- were Powell, Gainesville Norman is Mu State Research
burning tapers. p.m. in the First Baptist Mr. and
Mrs.
Edward
sponsor.Each M. A graduation dinner-party for
chairman 1975-77.
committee chairman Mrs. Bobby Fay Chaff, Mrs. Church, Starke,with Rev. Ben was held that night at the

gave a report of their different James Hesters, Mrs. Maxie Bryant performing the Teen-Aged Girls home of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Mr. and Mrs. John E.
projects for the year. Norton, Jr. and Mrs. nuptials. Powell. Glover of Jacksonville were
Freeman, Register, III, were Mike Hurst of Macclenny, Among those attendingwere weekend guests of Mr. and
Starke BPW invited guests. organist, and Mrs. Robert C .V Invited To Enter Miss Cindy Wilder and Mrs. Curtis Sanders at
Milner, Jr. soloist
present a Levy and
Mrs. Jorge Kingsley Lake.
Makes Plans Cake DecoratingShow program of nuptial music.In Beauty Pageant daughter, Isabel, of
the center of the altar
Ms. Sue Ed- ,
Gainesville, Mrs. Jean Darby and !Mrs.
was a gold and white arch Girls between the of 13
Oct. 15-25 ages munds and daughter, Susan SL. Peek, Sr. visited Mrs
For Dist MeetThe
candelabra holding white and 17 (as of Jan. 1, 1976)) are of Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. C.W. Chalker and Miss Elise
tapers flanked by pedestal invited to enter the 5th Annual
Olin White and sons Mike and Jones in Gainesville last
Bowl
At Gator
Starke Business and arrangements of multi- Miss Florida Teen-Ager
Larry, Mr. and Mrs. Dewey
Professional Women's Club colored gladioli, carnations, Pageant to be held at Winter : Ms. Pam Fischerof Friday.

held their August meeting at Women of Florida and South' daisies and pompoms, jLt11If Park High School, Feb. 28, McKmney Starke, Mrs. Hazel LeRoux Out-of-town
the Chamber of Commercewith Georgia are invited to enter in carrying out the colors in the .J 1976. This pageant is the of- and Mr. and Mrs. Ricky guests at
the
the president, Lillian a Cake Decorating Show to be wedding. Branched can ficial state preliminary to the tending reception
LeRoux and son, Jody, .
Lt. and Mrs. Fred
Pearson, presiding. held October 15-25 at the delabra with white tapers Miss National Teen-Ager, honoring
Beach, Lane Powell,
Daytona Kawcliffe. newlyweds, at the
Greater Jacksonville Faar. either side of .
placed
Della Rosenberg was appointed were on Pageant.The
Miss ,Jennifer'Jockel and
to represent the clubon All cakes must be at the the baskets and garlands of pageant's theme is home of her parents, Mr.: and '

the District Nominating Gator Bowl, Gate 10, 1300 E. dogwood were used in the "What's Right About Donnie Kelly.p.6onat. !Mrs. W.H. Watson in Hampton

Committee. The first district Adams St., between the hoursof background. A kneeling bench r tat America." Contestants will be on Sunday, August 31, were:

meeting of the year will be 10:00: til 12:00: noon, October and unity candle were also judged on scholastic Mrs. Marian Sweatt, Miss,
held at the Robert Myer Hotelin 15. Judging to begin promptlyat used in the ceremony. achievement leadership; S e Agnes Carleton, Mrs. Dora

Jacksonville on September 3:00: p.m. Wednesday, Wayne Test on was best man poise-personality; and Peeples of Kin sland. (ia.,
October 15. and the ushers were Charles beauty. There is no swimsuitor !Miss Dena and Marne Sweatt!

13.An invitation was read to all Entry fee is 50 cents per Porter of Jacksonville, s talent competition.The Michael Anderson, son 'of of Brunswick, Cia.( !Mrs
Mr. and Mrs. Mike Anderson
) ,
members from the Gaines- cake; demonstrations every brother-in-law of the bride: pageant winner will Mildred Balkcom St. Murys,

ville BPW inviting them to half hour. Drawings for Jerry Teston, Ronald Wood ,. receive a scholarship, other birthday Ga., Mr. and Mrs. J Frank.
attend the Annual Fashion prizes. Cash prizes and rib. and Wayne Wood, brothers of ". prizes and an all-expense paid Watson and Duane, Mr and'
Nugent's nursing school. 12
Show to be held September 2 bons to decorating par- the bride. trip to compete in the Miss Mrs. W.C. Watson of Hay City.
little friends helped Michael
at 8 p.m. in the Reitz Union ticipants. Mrs. Charles Porter of National Teen-ager pageant in Ga., Mr. and Mrs. ,U.K.
celebrate the occasion with
ballroom University of Flo Either real cake or dum Jacksonville attended her Atlanta Wingate and family, Kim:
mies may be used... This sister as matron of honor. She Those interested should games, favors, ice cream and Kelli and Robbie of OrangePark ) '

rida.Bea Kimmons was electedas contest and show is based on wore a blue crepe dress with rft write to Mrs. Sybil Shaffer, cake. Miss Emily Williams

the club's new vice presi- skill in decorating only. empire waist and daisy sheercape. I ( ,:';', :' 215 Piedmont Ave. NE, Lt. and Mrs. R.G. Thorntonof and Jules Reese of Gainesvilleand

dent. Only one cake per category.; :. Her headpiece were ,' Atlanta, Ga., 30308, or call Mark 'Singer or
: 'i" .
,W' ( Athens) Ga.
The program for Septemberwill H.L. Clance. 2715 Lowell daisies attached to nylon net vi \ 'J j ... ,(404)) 659-4610. Bogart the, near Labor Jacksonville.'
be on health care, and all Jacksonville Florida in matching color of her spent long Day
gown.
Ave., Woodson Marlow of Smith, aunt of the groom. weekend with her mother '
members were encouraged to 32205 ((388-1012)) or the Greater She carried a nosegay of Jacksonville aunt of the Misses Darlene Eunice of Mrs. W.H. Hart and Mrs. '.

invite guests to attend. Jacksonville Fair Office, 1400 yellow daisies, froths of bride, cut the cake. Chattanooga, Tenn., cousin of Mrs. Harry Mooty. Mrs. Earl Voyles returned Sunday
Following the business ses- baby's breath, blue satin puffs Mooty accompanied them after a four day trip to I
Duval Jacksonville
E. Street
: The punch table was cen- the groom, and Shelly Sikes, t/111 lIlJIC26 back to Bogart for four days .
sion, refreshments were Fla. shoukibe and streamers tied with love y Washington, D.C.
32202 ((353-0535)), tered with a crystal punch cousin of the bride, handed out visit.
served by the hostess, Evelyn informed of intent of en- knots. bowl and was decorated with the rainbow colored rice bags.

Haney. tering, either by writing or Attendants were Jean Lewisof daisies and nosegays. Following a wedding trip to Robin Akers is a patient in Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sheltonof
phone by September 30th.,, Jacksonville, Susie Assisting were Mrs. Elbert South Florida the couple is Miami are visiting their
St. Vincent's
Cakes and dummies must Hilliard, sister of the groom, Nettles, director of the residing at Rt. 1, Box 94C Mr. and Mrs. Gareth Jonesof Hospital.Mr. son-in-law and daughter, Mr
Course Mrs. Ronald Wood, sister-in- Starke announce the birthof and Mrs. Gareth Jones, and
be after
Landscape picked up 9:00: p.m. reception; Mrs. Bud Spears, Lawtey, .and Mrs. Charles Hardy
the 25th, Gator Bowl, Gate 10, law of the bride and Mrs. Mrs. Pearl Blocker of The bride is a 1975 graduateof a son,Justin Gareth Shelton celebrated their 35th family this week.
wedding
Offered By FFGCThe 1300 E. Adams Street. Must .Wayne Teston. They wore Callahan, Mrs. John G. Sapp, Bradford High School and is Jones, born Sept. 3 in J St.Luke's .
anniversary Sept. 6 at a
rainbow colored with Grand- Mr. and Mrs. Ben
present entry stub at gate. gowns Mrs. Leon Starling,aunt of the a cashier at Winn-Dixie. Hospital. Moxleyand
The Fair will not be respon- empire waist and daisy sheer groom, Gwen Jackson, cousinof The groom is a 1973 parents are Mr. and Mrs. dinner party at LeChateau daughter, Lynn, spent the'
Lake City Garden sible for theft or damage. capes. They wore daisy the groom, Mrs. Michael graduate of Bradford High Harry Shelton of Miami and Restaurant at Atlantic Beach weekend with their mothers,,
Center is offering a landscape However, every precautionwill headpieces attached to nylonnet Gilhooly and Mrs. Marcus School and is self employed. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Jones of given by their children, Mr. Mrs. B.L. Moxley and Mrs.
design school series Mondayto be taken to avoid such matching the color of their Starke. and Mrs.Charles Francis, Mr, Erma Netherland, in Midville,< !

Wednesday, Sept. 29 to Oct. hazards.1st gowns. They carried ----- and Mrs. Robert Milner, Jr., Ga.
1, at the Garden Center in 2nd, and 3rd cash prizes nosegays of white daisies Altar Duties Presented To Altar Society Mr. and Mrs. William Mr. and Mrs. Don Hardy and

Lake City. and ribbons will be given in froth of baby's breath satin Crawford of Raiford announcethe Chase Hardy. Mr. and Mrs. LaRue

Does your garden need a each category. When cakes puffs and streamers tied with Mrs: Jimmy Moore, altar scheduled for September 26 birth of a son, Daniel Williams and sons of Ormond
lift? Do you want to landscapeyour are brought take them love knots to match their chairman, gave informationon and 27 next to Stan's Booteryat Wallace, born August 31 in Mrs. George Stevenson and Beach will spend the weekend

home grounds, a patio or directly to category table and gowns. the proper care of the 107 East Call Street. Alachua General Hospital. Mrs. Carl Fromhagen and with her parents, Mr. and

corner of the garden? you will receive a number, Melissa Backus was flower altars at the Altar Society Following the meeting a Grandparents are Mr. and family of Atlanta, Ga. were Mrs R.A. Colson. .
Register with Mrs. A.K. then take this number to the girl and wore a pink gown meeting Tuesday evening, workship for this Bazaar was Mrs. Wallace Mooneyham of visiting Dr. and Mrs. O.L.
Black, 123 E Madison Street, registration table.CATEGORIES identical to the attendants and Sept. 2.Mrs. conducted by Mrs. Bob Raifordand Mr. and Mrs. J.B. Haynes, Jr. the first of the

Lake City Fl. 32055 for, the : 1. Weddingand carried a white wicker basket John Samons, Blakewood, Mrs. Janis Crawford of Kingsley Lake., week. (See Page lx)

series at $15 which includes Tier Cakes, 2. Birthdayand decorated with pink satin president, presided over the Kimutis and Mrs., Ramos.
manual of lesson material. Special Occasslon, 3. bows. Jerry Gaskins was ring meeting where there were 26 Mrs. Pat Welty asked for

Luncheon will be served at the Novelty Calceff.J<';!.IVT Bl..seat.enruaL ;.bearer.., ,_. members and, guests at contributions to the parish I ISawyerSlade
""
Garden! Center, Sept. 29 stnd ; kes... ,.. r \The bride, given in tending. bake sale to be held downtown
30. .* -f*,."';,.. G'J' ONS.. 1.. \\I .'Vntiffrfitgfety' her father, wore '< Mrsj 'Richard Coss and Starke on Saturday,? Sep- f
The series is being offeredfor ''"Advanced' ;; 3. Professional l .*,'.w'.noolhlength gown of imported Mrs. Victor Ashline offered to tember 13. -
the first time in North chantilly lace featuringa have these duties during the Mrs. Welty served refresh- b

Florida by the Florida fitted bodice with Victorian month of September. Father ments during the social hour
Federation of Garden Clubs. Stork Shower neckline embroidered with Richard Bowles, pastor, following the meeting.BEWARE t
seed pearls and irridescentsand volunteered to five a detailed
Given For bishop sleeves. The tiered explanation of sacred vessels

Julian E. McRae bouffant skirt terminated in a and vestments with purpose

Mrs M, ReddishMrs. cathedral length train. Her and symbolism of their usageat
three tiered bouffant veil of
the October 6 meeting.
I Michael Reddish was illusion was secured to a cap Mrs. Robbie Shaller, social MEN OF

honored at a stork shower of lace and peau de soie chairman, gave plans for;an

August 27 at 7:30: p.m. givenby embroidered with seed pearls ecumenical gathering to be

Mrs. John R. Smith, Mrs. and irridescents. She carrieda held in the parish hall, on BRADFORDCOUNTY wfosjtastoo1"II
Robert Blakewood and Mrs. cascade bouquet of baby'sbreath September 21 from 4-6 p.m.

John L. Bradley, Jr. at the white daisies, yellow Mrs. Walter Ramos
l home of the latter. regal roses and wedding lace reported on progress of plansfor

= Two games were played with satin streamers and the Arts and Crafts Bazaar __ H _
centered with detachable
the a
during part hours by the
15 and awarded. corsage.A Termites from the past are
guests prizes
Helping People The refreshment reception was held in the crawling. They are after and.take
covered with a green table lace was church Fellowship Hall. Mrs. grandmother Bill Hamilton, is Mrs.visiting W.H.his your money. These termites -__= your pick

cloth and centered with a Virginia Darby, director of Thomson, in Monticello this claim to be the ofa valuable premiumat
stork centerpiece with mat- the wedding, greeted the week., children of your past af oo

Is HisBusiness ching napkins. bride's guests. book.Debi Bryant kept the fair. D t additional charge!.

The hostesses
presented the Mrs. Malcolm Pownall and
honoree with a white pompom The bride's table was Mrs. J.R. Kite returned -Experienced When
centered with a three tiered you buy one of these TV
corsage centered by a baby cake decorated with rainbow Sunday from a months visit Up '-11 0 models you get one of these
doll with and blue ribbons
pink with relatives in
colored flowers. Mrs. Pennsylvaniaand Sip valuable premiums: an AM/FM digitalS
and a baby swing as mementoof New York. 0LO
clock radio that lets you wake to

the occasion. l ---_ .------....--------- iOO% music or the alarm; the powerful
He's lust ---;------
won the
Superblow hair dryer; or the
National Salts automatic drip colfeemaker that
I lQ
Achievement Award in lifeIn.ur.nce Friends will regret to hearof InventoryCttA brews 2-8 delicious cups. General
,
given by theNational the death of Mrs. ,W.S. Electric sends your.premiums to

Life Association of (Opal) McAliley of York, S.C., you directly. '
Underwriters.He .
who died
on Sunday. Miss

makes it hit businessto Lillian Stump and Mrs. CLOCK DIGITAL KAOtO
know what's the best Gilbert Goldwire attended her y Model 7-441

protection for a family or a funeral on Wednesday la

business in life, health and. Chester. S.C. Rev. and Mrs. MODEL WVC7S10AP-

group insurance. McAliley resided here from Plastic cabinet with almulateo
1953 to 1958 where he finieh 4
was antique pins Deelpner _
He's the one to call. eUPERBLdNN -
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pastor of the First. HAIR ORTER '
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by Josephine CITY NEWSA Fontaine 1 KE1' QaQaQQQct( o MQ Q iI!KAY( ::'4DT' Q QQQtrQ Mj aI s, vE yy r

Candidate Rally was heldat
the COUPON GOOD SIPTIMSIR n TNRU TlMO.a IT y COUPN .OOD SIPTIMSIR 11 "au SIPTIMSIR If ps .
Hampton City Hall for
OHi all who es. were All candidates running for were.City HICKORY SLICED SWEET n I ASTOR

present except Jerry Wad- ORANGE 6
sworth, whose little son is in 89 79, LL

candidates the hospital.expressed Most a of desireto the BACON ::: ru + JUICE CANS- 1
do the best they could for c

promises the City were and made.very few WITH THIS COUPON GOOD FOR 70' WITH,THIS:COUPON GOOD FOR 50 .
WITH THE PURCHASI OP 1-11. PKO. HICKORY SWIIT lUCID 2 ..... .
Walden Wadsworth com- RACON WITH INN PURCHASI OP SIX CANS ASTOR ORANOI JUICE 2:::>
mented at the end of the AT ADDRISSIS ON THIS P..".OI. AND... PURCHASI Or $7.JOOR AT ADDRISS ON THIS PAOI AND A TOTAl PURCHASE OP .7.IOOR
MORE IXCl. CIO. LIMIT 1 PLIAII. MOSS IXCLUDINO CIOARITTIS. ."LI"il.a .
meeting that whoever wins LIMit OMIPK. thi

the Mayor election, the City, he Council hopes and the W ) W W ) (P )WG a M W WWW ) a

the City Clerk will all work

town together to live to infllUUCH make. a better PRICES GOOD SEPT. 11 THRU SEPT. 17 QEQ\QEQf( Steam! il( d&ll.tJd ( l \ rye

NEWS eE EF PE op
COUPON OOOO SIPTIMM 11 TNSISIPTIMSIS 11 :r.-
The Fisherman's Gospel
Singing Group were guests of DETERGENT :;::-' Quantity Rights
the Hampton Christian Reserved
Church last Sunday, for the 1 WINN.fMXIt STOKfS INC.
Morning Service, and also at IENT 69 r CPYRI6T19i'S
the covered dish dinner at the I .

after Hampton services.Recreation The music Center and '.: CLIP THESE COUPONSAND
singing was beautiful and the KRAFT
dinner was delicious. WITH THIS COUPON GOOD FOR 50' G::
WITH THI PURCHASI OP ONI ...... PKO. OIANT' TIDE :..:.::..=:-
$170
SAVE
KIMKNbS & NEIGHBORS MAYONNAISE -' ,AT AODRISS ON THIS PAOI ANNA TOTAl. PAN OP e.T.SOOR -
MOM 1KCUIDINO CIOASI"" LIMit ONI PlIASI.wmmmmmW'Os
Happy birthday to little r
l Helen(Niecie)Curtis who was ) ) '
four years old Aug. 29. A Limit'w7.50 or more purchase excl. clgi. )1)J W W W ) ) ) ) ; _,
birthday celebration was held
with friends and neighbors.All 'SAVE 41"
enjoyed birthday cake and DIXIE DARLING FAMILY STYLE ,
ice cream. Niecie is the <00<>> a t9 h .
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.Ted $1 V r1"
Curtis.Ted Curtis, who is stationed ? BREAD. 4 LOAVES s'

with the National Guards at
Fort Knox, Ky., spent several
days with friends and family KRAFT
here in lIampton.nE'n"1'IOS. '
Mayonnaise
32.0:. 10 os. $
; "" JAR COFFEE.4P. JAR
Mr. and Mrs. W. Fontaine J .
represented the Hampton I
Senior Citizen's Club at the
North Florida Council of

Senior Starke Citizens, September meeting 2., heldin SAVE ON TOWELS. ROIL o38C
The Hampton Senior
.
Citizens met September 5 for
an evening of fellowship and GOLD MEDAL '
games. The next meeting will SUPERBRAND GRADE "A' FRESH FLORIDA ALL WHITE :! ;
be a Pot Luck to be held !
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September 19!; at Hampton City .
Hall and Recreation Center. I 11 GOLD MEDALFLOUR I LARGE EGGS 0 0 Z.23e 59c t to \Tte
The meal will be at 6:30: p.m. 1'1
.
The Wednesday afternoon r ; SAVE I
I
Craft Class meets at 2:30 p.m. ;
I
Anyone interested in crafts is _

welcome.Call your. news items to me Il5"u I WITH I W-D BRAND 100% PUREI
at 8-1156( or send to P.O. Box
)1M(;) Hampton. 6 6
I ,M : LB THIS I 'GROUNDBEEF e

I '-: BAG COUPON
SERVICE MEN ,,,M- I ELF

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GRIFFIN COMPLETES
INFANTRY. TRAINING
,,'" SAVE 24c LB.
FT. POLK, LA. AUG 26 RED .
Army Private Raymond E.
Griffin Jr., whose parents live
onRoute 1,Lawtey,completednine TOKAY
weeks of advanced individual GRAPESWHIN
training at the U.S.

Army Center, Ft.Infantry Polk La.Training, PURCHASES YOU I

lie received general 10-LB.OR HANOI 6 6c
All MEAT
training as a light weapons J PAKS
infantryman and as a mortar 79 FRANKS 12.0s.
2
and recoilless rifle crewman 79
weapons in addition instruction.to specialized: . .
IBS. LB. -------------- 1
He also was taught the I WeD HAND USDA CHOICE
proper use of high explosivesand _
CHUCK ROASTSAVE
the placement, detectionand MORTON CHERRY APPLE OR PEACH I
disarming of mines. SAVE 61c LB. W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE SONLESS FULL CUT


mortar member Teamwork he squad learned of was a or rifle to emphasizedwhile direct work squad as fire a FRUIT PIE 24 PIE D1. 59 Round Steak. lB. $168 !II 31c is. LB. .98CI"STI II

section. Each team member
completed the training well O''SEA SAVE 51c LB. W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEFSirloin I WeD BRAND USDA CHOICI
qualified to perform other SHRIMP FATTII. FLOUNDER OR PERCH 88 CHUCK STEAK
jobs in case of casualties. Steak LB. $1 C

.
XRLfDINNERS SAVEs
L- JJi1! I 18
) SAVE 51c LB. W-D,BRAND USDA CHOICE PORTERHOUSE OR 21C $1
i_ 981 I ,..

f.' ; i. :\;"' : $ T. Bone Steak LB. $1 I WeD BRAND USDA CHOICE BONELESS I.

SHOULDER ROAST I
$-oz. SAVE 21c LB. W-D BRAND SMOKED (WATER ADDED) WHOLE I I


;1i... (ice:: .1141CQ..BQ RED DELICIOUS PKOS., Shoulder Picnic LB. 78C,I I SAVE 2O'IB. $LB.1 39 I IAPPLES' I

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4 LB...0 79 C

You are invited to oxperlonco DUNCAN ;MINES (SAVE 15c)


study Sunday and at the the exciting worship First Baptist Bible this' TIESX Plums PRUNE 4 Les.s'00 CAKE MIXES *.. 58e
Church of Stark
. .
Revival Begins Sunday SUPMtRANDSAIUTO .

Meat Evangelist HOOD 100% PURE ((SAVE 33c)
,James A.McKeithen Bars t2.rACK
Fudge . rKO. 89c
Sunday School .
f:4Sa.m. SUPMIRANO ORANGE JUICE 4.32oz.. $100

Morning 11:00a.m.Revival Service Ice Cream Bars. t2 rKO.PACK 89c :

Christian Training Hour SASSY ft SPICV.. rerreAO--+I OR BANQUET FROZEN ((10 OR MORE PIECES) (SAVE 20c) .


Evening 4 7:30p.m.Revival:Revival llp.m.Services.Service Sausage, lAG .INCH TIrPotatoes Pizza .0' $19.' FRIE' CHICKEN H 2-LB.BOX' $' 1,99POL.


September 14217:30P.M. .
LI.
5 19cTHRIFTY
1 Noon Luncheons. SAG AAAID CUT'. ( )

Monday Ben-P.Friday Bryant 12:00: BARTIETT N'clBEANS ,5 $1HAMPTON
CANS
Pastor and Minister ,
William of the Word George PEARS 11 FOR 99 ..

Min.of Music

Travis KlmbrllMln. l' U

.of Education WB( JIDffiJDD: ( ( JBf( ; ,' ,,,' '.. '",.,,:, .. ,

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16 TELEGRAPH September II,1975


Santa Fe CC I Open Mon Thurs 8:30: A.M.7:30: P.M. Fri & Sat 8:30: -8:30: Closed Sun. 0v


RegistrationSet H MEHT5


Sept. 11 You'll Get A Touchdown Sunnyland Whole


Santa Fe Community Every Time With SMOKED
College will conduct a special S9C
registration session for fall '
term on September 11 from 6-9 4., PICNICS
,, .
p.m.at Bradford High School.Special ,
add-drop I Values { ,
procedures will be held at the '
same location from 6.9 p.m.on a
Sept. 22.Courses. SLICED- 7ScLB
offered at the From
Starke Center during the fall ro "
term will include AR 120-Art ,

College Fundamentals Accounting, BA,I,BE 160 100-- 430 W. Madison Starke PlazaDETERGENT
The Individual in a Changing Limit One Wim, '7"Order Or Excluding" T.....
Literature Environment and, Composition EH 104 -, CHEER Giant I o';; 4. Ad Good Sept. 11-17

HM 100.The Humanities, MS 79'i"
of
100 Principles
Mathematics, PH 200 In-
troduction to Philosophy, PS
Save SO
111 Fundamentals of.
Physical Science, SC 230
Marriage of the family,Se 100
The Sciences, and SO 100 Piggl Wiggly All Limit One With '7" Order Or More Excluding Tobacco Products
The Social Science.
Regular credit and audit Boneless Lean Sunnyland Pure Pork Smoked

Santa registration Fe's Northwest will be held Cam-at VEGETABLE $109 $179
pus,3000 N.W. 83rd Street, on CHUCK ROAST SAUSAGE 22 Oz. PKQ
September 8-12, and 15. 3 LB. Can 49
Students will be required to
pay their fees at the time of SHORTENING Sunnyland Sliced
5 is Save 50' Tender BonelessSHOULDER
registration. September $ 19 $1 09TEAK
the deadline for m-district and
former students applying for ROAST BOLOGNAArmour HBPKO
admission for the fall term. Pictrlv Wiggly' at.'Jar LlmltonaWlth'710OrderorMore: .L IB* .JL LB.
October 1 is the last day to 'oo'J Excluding Tobacco Products
officially withdraw from the B.B.Q. Favorite Boneless Star All Beef
college with a partial refundof 69

Credit fees.begin classes September are scheduledto 17 SALAD DRESSING CHUCK S 'I1.9 HOT l DOGS 120.KO 79'Sunnyland

Nescafe Instant gfl .
$ 6.9 Boneless Waste Free Random Weight
Griffis Gets UC i .. $ 29 38
$
10 Oz. Jar 1 1
School Board Post COFFEE One With Tobacco;7" Order Products or More Excluding, ; SHOULDERSTEAKS LB. SLAB BACON LB.

LAKE BUTLER Ressie Pillsbury 5 LB. Bag Wafer Slice
Lykes
Griffis has been appointed by C
Gov. Reubin Askew to the Plain or Self Rising i
District 1 school board post : 6 9 BEEF HAM TURKEY 30.KO39CpKG
vacated by Tommy Mobley, FLOUR Limit One With I >7">Order or More '
who resigned in August to take Excluding Tobacco Products
the director of administrative

services Union County position school with system.the 11' HEAVY WEIGHT BABY BEEF

The administrative post '. 1
came open when Billy Ray I 11 .. 1//1.//' ,''d ''I: 1 ,'i l'
Foister the 'Is "'I.. Beef
accepted prin- Heavy Weight Baby Heavy Weight Baby Beef
cipalship of Union High School '

after resigned Principal the UHS James post to Tylk takea Hi.t'Di; All Flavors 49C CHUCK ROAST 98 B I CHUCK STEAK $1 08LB.

wood.similar position in Wild- ...................................... .
Ressie Griffis is a brother- 6-Oz. Cans Heavy Weight Baby Beef Weight Baby Beef
in-law of School Board
brother Member County Pam Thomas Commissioner and a Donald Duck Frozen Orange e.6fR99c' HOULDRROAST $1 08 J RIB"S $1 28

Gerald Griffis and to Union LB. LB.
1'Ot,
General Hospital Trustee J.D. a All Varfetiesa Stze
Griffis. : .39C ov tfeavyWelghtBaby Beef .,
Ressie Griffis received the 0Banquet T.V. Dinners.................._............ ,1. '
appointment on September 2. $ 48
The 33 year-old Lake Buter Sweet Milk Or Butter Milk -8-Oz. Cans SIRLOIN STEAK 1 I LB
groceryman's recom-
mendation was criticized by Pillsbury On Ballard. Biscuits tOR45C -
School Supt. James Cason, Heavy Weight Baby Beef Heavy Weight Baby Beef
who charged that four

met members Executive secretly of Committee the and Democratic submittedGriffis' had 10 Oi On Asiortid Flavor! ;:. ROUND STEAK $!4i.1 J T-BONE STEAK $15L|.

name to the
governor

The under"group"the auspices was meeting of a Sego' Liquid Diet . . '4Fo 89f'j
patronage committee set up Auortad Flavors, Sava Me
by the governor, Cason ,.
Griffis charged.County Those involved Attorney, J.D.Hal Pillsbury Bundt Cake Mixes . 99 Firm Green Idaho Baking 2 LB '': ;'.. \' .

Y. Maines, County Commissioner lee Count PackagePiggly 0LB.
Paul Riherd, and 39CCABBAGE10 POTATOES 29
Circuit chairman Court of the Clerk Demo and Wiggly Paper Napkins : \ x .. .

(Executive Committe Robert .,,' .
.
.s '
,
Driggers, said they were It-Oi. Pkg.Sunshine, 9 Juicy CalifPLUMS Green Boiling (\" ) ,. .

chance together on at the the courthouse morning that by Hydrox Cookies . . 95c ;..; 33c CLB. PEANUTS 29 B 'r ;t, ,
Cason said the meeting took i oi. Bonn '
place. They said that Griffis' '" .' .
name was brought up, but Seven Seas 1000 Island Dressing . 49c:
they had not made a formal Ton CaneNet

governor.recommendation to the Evaporated Milk . . 4F r99c DELI SPECIALS
On the same day Mobley 12.Ol. Pkl.Kraft.
resigned, Supt. Cason sub-
Cheese 99c
Deluxe Sliced American
mitted to the governor the .
name of Marvin H. Pritchett.The 250 Tablet S.-compo.at ti.l

Committee Democratic met soon Executive after and Norwich Aspirin i . 59c
nominated Griffis over .0i..Cup Pkg. This Week'sLuncheon
druggist John Andrews for the ; :
post. At that meeting J.D. Kraft Whipped i Parkay Margarine, 2F.or69cMrs ,
Griffis asked Supt. Cason if 72.07..x .
the had superintendent authority to recommend thought he a Paul's Part Pack Fish Sticks $1.59 SpecialsMEAT i
name to the Governor without
knowledge of anyone else. i LOAF & STUFFED CABBAGE
Texize
Nathan Trowell submittedhis Chun King Chow Mein Noodles 35c Pink Liquid Detergent 59c

the own governor name, for the spot to own King Soy Sauce . 31c AJAX r' Cleansers . 23c This W..ks .BEEF STEW FRIED OR B'B-Que t

politics Griffis'was only his other unsuccessful entry into "*;'am' Cooking Spray . 89c Palmolive Soap . . . 45c F.. ur. .STUFFED PEPPER CHICKEN $139 \.

run for the Lake Butler city yieadowgold Sour Cream . 35c Attention Men .
council in June. plggly Wiggly Tomato Juice : 59c i ip

SportsmanshipApplies t.oBI Tablets ; . 69c e'ama strawberry; Preserves . .. 89cGarrity Save Your Dishwasher ROAST BEEF. $1 59 RIBS $198 :;

After .00 DIS p oz-A.Llte Lighters 99c tfhitfield' t! I Sweet Mixed Pickles 59c Come By Oar Deli For A Complete "All Dinners Include' 2 Vegetables And Rolls '

The Game Is Over Chun King Chicken Chow Mein $1.49 jj..f-peinulButter . . 99c Take Out Dinner Rack OfBBQUE :

McCormick Brown Gravy Mix..2.F,r35c $ ;
Sportsmanlike conduct Home Made RIBS 297LB.. '
doesn't end when the game is .
over. Swift Can Meat Sale! MERTLORF 9 .Piece

Florida Highway Patrol I 89 '
Director Colonel Eldridge u.Oi.Can 1 'i 2,, Pints Of Vegetables CHICKEN BUCKET $2
Beach said accidents from
football could be Corn Beef Hash . 63c '
heavy games a 2 Pints Of Salad With Cole Slaw or Potato Salad And Rolls .
I avoided if drivers would keep i
o the same attitudes they might ''i'-Oi. Cant 6 .Rolls

;. ,c t have Last on year the in playing Florida field.20,541 Vienna Sausage 3.88c A Complete Meal For' WHOLE B-B-QU E CHICKEN $rn .


I I say.following traffic Rear accidents too end closely collisions caused reports are by Potted i-ot.Cam Meat..3 F.F.or 49c, 4 To EpeoPle. SOUR CREAM POTATO SALAD 79 a

I common in football traffic and Pint
{ drivers are cautioned to be U.O .Can.o ,i 'fot qf\\'I $499 CARROT. PINE APPLE & !
patient and allow extra room '

I V { between"winning cars side,Beach to driving said.The," Chili wbeans . 39c PRUNE SALAD-.-----_-!"i____o.79C ; ,
I ': Beach said, is "staying '
Our Famous .
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IN BRIEFBy I WITH THIS COUPON AT PANTRY PRIDE OR Old STORES
dig. SEPT.17, 197S.LIMIT OF EACH COUPON WITH A S7.50 OR :J
Jeannette Prescott MORE FOOD ORDER.TOBACCO PRODUCTS EXCLUDED
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PUBLICSERVICE .
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If you or anyone you know
have relatives in Fort Call iii. "I
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Cemetery, located about six S r FARMLAND OR FREEZER QUEEN
miles from Worthington on the 501
road to Fort White,who would ANY 2LB : C
like to organize a cemetery : DINNERS PKG.
cleaning, please let Otis Tet- OFF
stone, Brooker, Fla. 32622, WITH THIS COUPON AT PANTRY PRIDE OR Old STORES! THRU
know. The cemetery needs SEPT.17, Wfo.LIMIT OF EACH COUPON WITH A S7.SO OR J
MORE FOUD ORDER.TOBACCO PRODUCTS EXCLUDED.
cleaning badly. Call him ..
very A --------- -- w rya ea.wwas -
at 485-1134. No collect calls,
please.
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FAMILY REUNION iK-S CHOPPED'STEAKSBREADED
The annual George Tetstone 'r : BEEF
Family Reunion will be held
this year at Rayford Tet- 50* VEAL *gl dftfeaffe I
stone's new home,Sept.28.All I < FROZEN
P I
family and friends are invitedto PATTIES 7 200&
I OFF
attend. WITH THIS COUPON AT PANTRY PRIDE OR Old STORES THRU
'' SEPT.17,IBiS LIMIT OF EACH COUPON WITH A '7.110 OR
PERSONALSMrs. ' MORE FOOD ORDER.TOBACCO PRODUCTS EXCLUDED.
Elvie Rogers of Dade I...------...------------
City has been visiting her

family niece, recently.Betty Hayes, and BonusBuy BonusBuy Tke QuolUq Food a People/ BpnusBuyFUU

Mrs. Edna Thomas of
LaCrosse spent Saturday with
Mrs. Eva Harrell. Another SAVE SAVE SAVE SAYE
guest of Mrs. Harrell was her 10 GREAT 10 21 10
sister-in-law, Mrs. Donnie GREAT CHUCKSTEAKS U. S. NO. 1
Edwards of Salt Springs.
Betty Hayes,her Aunt Evie, GROUNDMEAT
her daughter Malissa,and her WHITEPOTATOES
brother, David,, of Dade City, GROUND
all visited her mother, Mrs. LOAF

Vermill Mitchell,of Caryville, .,
Fla., over the Labor Day 75'WITH FRESH 25*. VEGETABLE GROUND BEEF PROTEIN ENHANCED 1 .1 i Kf N SERVE BEEF BLADE
weekend. Mrs. Mitchell's and 75% GROUND HI I I <.K TABLE PROTEIN
her son David's birthdaysboth
NEW!
came on Labor Day. 2 TO
Mr.and Mrs.C.J.Stalnaker DELICIOUS! US GOV T S
visited her mother, Mrs. ECONOMICAL! 3 LBPKG. INSPECTEDCORN
Annie Gernigan, in Bruton, TRY SOMETODAY
Ala. over Labor Day. FED
Mrs. Eva Harrell spent the
Labor Day weekend with her
children, Mr. and Mrs. Paul EveryDayLowPrice BonusBuy 1M,Quali.lcc FOGd.Pnp''" BonusBuy BonusBuy
Emery and family in Quincy.She .
also visited Mrs. Loca use sN m urI use Nrs awt
'
Whitten in Lake Butler Mon ..EEFFiY: i 10 BONEL fs u. QUICK AGNAOE FNOZEN FRESHLY t0' f JUICY EASTERN RED FRESH 20'
day morning.She was a school :, CORNISH GROUND DELICIOUS HONCYDEWMELONS
teacher here about 40 years. LIVER C eam INATION.aee.ae BEEF |
Aunt Alice Edwards fell last '.. '' B E E F | APPLE
(MUM GAME
Sunday and injured herself. eaNl .0 A DIYII..D :: 89 C rDI18TIN eaOYl MIq HENS
She is now at her daughter's :I TO GIOG"",O'ID" LaU C
home in Gainesville. Please 69* DRUMSTICKS. THIGHS 4 LB SIIS /,1BLB C 3LIS 68 69 79
keep her in your prayers. PKG. U a aAIASTS WITH RIBS YKti AVIRA [ if V S OVER LB LB BAG EACH
Arley Luke came home
from the hospital last Friday,
but stills needs your prayers.
Mrs. Eva Harrell wishes to .
YI NN 1 1AY! a+w use Y17
share the news with all resi-

dents Poppell who,' of remember Plant City J.C., a MACARONIDINNER GOLDEN GRAIN TOILET L. r :: FIRM RIPE

native of here, and former '.. :11k
school superintendent of TISSUE : TOMATOES4I
Bradford County.He is now 99
years :young and still remem--
bers his life here. He sent a 789 2 : : 3/l 3/l
donation of money to the NewRiverGemetery. ; .
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we are fJn.d.alQ.Lw1Uch -- COMPAREMEAT : '- w OUR EVERYDAY Y' ulAv.1' *:"'\ COMPARE ou*>j EVERYDAY YOU SAVE -1//
Buddy and Mamie Tucker LOW PRICESI UP TO I i LOW PRICES UP TO
celebrated their wedding
anniversary on September 4. OR BEEF IB MO.Mayer. STARKE'S in we.W '*
$ ; C realm 43 '*
BIRTHDAYS: Johnny Oscar Weiners 119 2' CheeSe
Prescott, age 4, Sept. 7; FOOD W
Christopher Thornton,4,Sept. LOW I PANTRY PIMC T ti P.'.
I
12; Rhonda Whitman,9, Sept. U.S. Ion INSttCTEl CORN fED C 4 30-: M
15;Tootsie Tucker,9,Sept.17; 88 Skinless Franks 69
Russell Thornton, 3,Sept. 26; Beef Sirloin Steak LB FOOD .
Billy Hodge,1,Sept.27; Bruce
!
Manning, Sept. 11. U.S. SOVT. INSPECTED CORN FED I FAIR I "
PRICES "
$148 31" Cotta Cheese 89
FUNERALSympathy Beef Round Steak i ,

is extended to the '* 320 SOUTH I H.TL
family of Mrs. Evelena U.S. 60VT. INSPECTED COIN FEO.BONELESS IEEF I. PANTRY PU: *
Thomas on the loss of their $118' SUPERMARKETS WALNUT.ST. 89 '0'
i Sliced
loved one. She was a residentof Chuck Pot Roast LB 31"I Bologna
Brooker for
many years. BlBBB lBVB BMB lh.

The school I Food I'I / r
Sunday- Th
EveryDayLowPrice Quolilq / / / / u l /
teacher, trying to impressthe
students with the .
joyous exultation of SAVE
said, 36EC 10B
shouting Hallelujah 25Ec 1
"What word do church PACKER LABEL STOKLEY Pant
members shout with joy?"
m"Bingo!" replied one S Pride
youngster. CUT GREEN CUT GREEN


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COMPARE OUR EVERYDAY Y'OUUVI COMPARE OUR EVERYDAY' YOU. SAVE | PARE & SAVE
LOW PRICES! \ UP TO [ LOW PRICESI UP TO I C.OM .


Roach & Ant Bomb TNT Hot. 99 10' ;i Pantry Pride Olives: -.&. 55: .' I Cranberry Sauce OCEAN Has SPRAY 39*


Sliced Carrots PANTRY! PRIDE 5/M/ 16* Taco Casserole si.0.; ?""" 89' 4' I Baby Food 4.SOS HEINZ ASSORTED STRAINED 2/25


By Jim LawsonA BIO Mashed Potatoes MNTHY( Na'39' 4" I Pantry ,Pride, Wipes 10', 49* .' I Sweet Peas RO ::.ALI 4/99/


strang Australia animals BIO BIRD I*noted Including for Its Lime: Detergent PANTRV 33o PRIDE 5S 11' i i Pantry, Pride Cups :- ..79* 10' Io Evaporated Milk PET 1301 4/99/ *


tti* Kangaroo, but It also 59t.. Pot Pies PANTRY PRIO!-See 24*
*
,
have bird.some Probably try the primitive' most" Coffee, Filters .:Ocl.a..w 59 10' ,I Foam Cups lOsS I TURREV.CHICKBN A BEEP

unusual I .1Ie Emu whichIs EVERYDAY LOW PRICES OOOO SEVBM DAYS A WEEK BONUS BUYS OOOO THRU SEPTEMBER'7,IU..QUANTITY RIGHTS RESBRVED.

a lard bird! that looks Food Pp ( t Tfc Fwxl BonusBuy BonusBuy
vary. similar to tha Ostrich. Every Da v Low Price TKQuaJU pfPACKFR EveryDayLowPrice QuaUq PrefU EveryDayLowPrice

Tho Emu is not quit I'I.rgo ass.
the Ostrich, but js Ij 1' Party Flake 1 PANTRY PRIDE
as AMBRt KPIZZA
doss attain heights of at 1 ABU i BAN M GAF ,:, THE V .
BROWN N SERVE SUBROLLS
much*live...t.The Emu SHOESTRINGPOTATOES UNBELIEVABLES
has long legs and I I.able to I FILM VM ROLLS
HOSE
DEODORANT PANTY
run very fast. Its wing are
not vary well developed,to
the large bird cannot fly. 99 3/l
These bird have survived 4/l r,
very well on the plain' of

Australia. .--"*" -----------' ---- --wr -- '
Survival In business I I. 1i-----::: POST"I8't'! :: :. TV QuaJU fffd Prof
dependent on'giving customer 1 r 'ifoOLlAlili ,
good service we I a I SAVE GOLD MEDALFLOURS SAVE

think we give ,our customers I SUGAR | I I PBIDUi
service that cant II DRINK
be .beat. Give It a try. f ; I M31XFOOD AHGII'I
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I CEREAL-18oz BOX I I PLAIN OR SCL'. MSmG. .*. I I 'I ." ,,1I1.H \
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WITH THIS' COUPON.GOOD CASH WITH THIS COUPON.0000 ONLY AT CASH WITH THIS COUPON.GOOD ONLY AT I 79*
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18.TELEGRAPli. September 11,1975 I


i : Immunization Survey Set In Mid-Sept.! \
Paulk PromotedTo .
. Contest SlatedA pcc ee YOUJfJOW levelof f.
the second quarter
Poetry is
from
Extent to which people have 'The immunization/ /survey but still higher
Brigadier percent
8.9
(From Page 14) been immunized against conducted throughout the U.S. earlier. Total ;
$1500 grand prize will be for 49 other cash or merchan- selected diseases will be and provides information than a year 85.1 million
awards. Second place is Local admittances to AN Tommy Reddish who GeneralHILL every year employment was i
awarded in the current Poetry dise determined in a Bureau of the on immunization I''
from'
Competition sponsored by the $500. Bradford County Hospital this graduated Aug. 22 the BASE .Census survey of sample against measles smallpox, in July. supplied, bv
in AIR FORCE ,
According to contest director week include Lewis Roberts Navy boot camp Orlando individuals iEl'
World of Poetry, a monthly : vice .households in this area during diphtheria whooping participating
weeks and John R. Paulk polio
andMrs. nine training UTAH
newsletter for poets. Joseph Mellon "We are Mrs. Frances Gaudette after mid-September, the Bureau's tetanus rubella, and the held confidentialby
Poems of all styles and on encouraging poetic talent of Delma Smith, Keystone three weeks training, as commander of the Ogden Air regional office in Atlanta cough The information is lawVeand Is used only., to
kind and expect our Frank Martlre Aviation Apprentice, will be Logistics Center, has been mumps. of statistical totals
any subject are eligible to every Heights; !announces., needed for administration compile
the contest to exciting Vasco Underhill Mrs. Margie home next Tuesday for promoted to brigadier generalin to
compete for grand prfce or produce geared, "Jr
health programs .. ..... -
before the Air Force. .. .....
several reporting
discoveries. B. Brown days """'"'- :.
Ricks Mrs. Johnny prevention. ;oo-oo---: ::::::::: ::::::: :.::.:..:.
Rules and official entry Thomas Crawford Mrs. Irma Sept. 22 at Cecil ,Field for Gall Paullt wife of General McFarland Returns FromMediterranean disease

BUS Teacher forms area available by writ- Knight, Mrs. Walla Lipsey further duty.. Paulk, pinned a silver star on These'health questions 'are Csrii Of Thanks t

ing to: World of Poetry, 801 Mrs.' Rosh Smith and Mrs. it one shoulder of her husband, addition to the usual ones

Gets Masters Portola Dr., Dept. 211, San Mollie Varnes. Starke; Mrs. B.W. Cato of Alachua is and Maj.' Gen. Edmund A. Aug 29 Navy Fireman in asked in the monthly survey

Bradford rrancisco CA 94127. Adel Goetzman Lake visiting Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Rafalko, Ogden ALC com- Apprentice Michael T. Mc-. ':THANK yOU v .
Brooks
David chemistry and earth Contest closes November 30, Geneva; Mrs. Bertha Wollen Brannen at Bedford Lake this mander,make pinned the on promotion the other Farland son of Mr. and Mrs. ploymentconductednationwide 1 would like to thank my?
High star to
S.
1975. Lake Butler Mrs. Elizabeth L. Harper of 224 the
science teacher, received a ; week. official. Dave Paulk of Starkeis Fate by friends for their'"
in Watkins, Hampton. Thompson St., Starke, has 'the U.S. Department of Labor. thoughtful acts duringmy
Master of Science Degree Annoyed when rain a nephew of General Paulk. from the many
the monthly
Education from Turner returned commander of returned Results of illness. The many cards,
Science ruined their plans a Crawford is visitinghis Miss Vicky As vice aboard the providedata
Florida Institute of Steve Wednesday after a weeks visit ALC General Paulk Mediterranean employment survey flowers food and other .gifts
Ogden ,
vacationing couple askedan mother Mrs. Ira Wells and USS Manley. conditions in the labor "
Technology in Melbourne, old gentleman placidly Mr. Wells at Gulf Breeze for with her father Bobby Turner assists General Rafalko in destroyer The ship will be homeportedin force on prime indicators of are greatly appreclatettLeta : \

Fla. on Friday Sept. 5. rocking on the hotel several days. in Belle Glade. a $2.9 billion Philadelphia for an ex- economic health of the
logistics
Attending the com center that is MorganMorgan's
veranda "Where on earth overhaul. For .example the
mencement exercises were do find ?" responsible for the F-4, F-16 tensive he and his country.' rate Beauty Shop
you serenity Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hood Mrs. Lila Rae Yawn and < While deployed Nation s unemployment
his wife Eileen, daughtersAnn "Well," he said, "when it anF-101 aircraft; in in July down Itchg 9/ ll ,
and his and daughters of Erie Pa. are daughters and Mrs. Dannie and shipmates participated was 8.4 percent
and Janet Titan
starts to rain I let it" his Minuteman, training exercises
with of Crescent City spent
ten days Davis various
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph spending missiles air- ..... >ri
Maverick ;
parents -Daisy Brown in The parents Mr. and Mrs. W.W. the weekend at Daytona ; with other units of the U.S. --
Lauderdale.
Brooks of Ft. Wall Street Journal" munitions: training devices; Fleet and visited several
Hood. Beach. photographic and other Im- Sixth ..1
.
countries.
portant defense assignments.The European J & J ContractorsCement
Dr. Glen McClane of Mrs. Leroy Norman, Sr. new general was

Tallahassee spent the visited her son and daughter- commander of the 48th and RIWOROYwa '

weekend with his parents Mr. in-law, Mr. and Mrs.: Marlee 8lst Tactical Fighter Wings at CORRECTIONIIIn And MasonryAll

and Mrs. Houston McC ane. Norman in Hampton over the RAF Lakenheath and Bent- >

weekend. waters, England, prior to his the Aug. 28 edition of the Work Guaranteed
\\wt" Mrs. Barney McRae visited ,Utah assignment. Bradford County Telegraph a

Mrs. Vivian Harley and Mr. and Mrs. Polo Lacayo General Paulk enlisted in bid acceptance for gas supplyto I No -'.

family at Merritt Island from and family of Tallahasseewere the Air Force In 1950. He Union General Hospital was Free

Friday to Monday. weekend guests. of Mrs. received his pilot's wings and incorrectly attributed to I

Mr. and Mrs. George James Barren. commission He received In Dec.B.S.1952.degree Sawyer-Slade The 30-cent Gas a gallon of Starke.bid Estimate I Obligation!: :

Continues At Huggins were camping at ,; of actually accepted was from
from the University
Anastasia State Park last Georgia, in July 1962 Texigas in Lake Butler as the ::1:1dt
week. bid 473-2000
A customer at a usedcarlot Sawyer-Slade company
General Paulk and his wife
Anderson said to the salesman: was 34 cents per gallon.
Mrs. Myrtle have a son and a daughter.The .
the sales apologizesfor
fancy
andMrs. "Forget The Telegraph
Eddie Schwab son of Mrs.
grandson, general a
talkl! How much Is in
James Barron spent the gas Jeff Paulk,, of Pearson, Ga. the error.
weekend with the tank? : i!+

long Mr. and Labor Mrs.Day Edward Schwabat ,-Jim Godwin, quoted by -" I* *' No Gimmick JBI I '

Bill Sanuota, .. AMOWHATISANBWCABAPTBBIT'S.BINOP.IVBNA'IWMILKSrrr'I C :
Merritt Island. Flo., "Journal"You 2 ". WABP.ANTV SOON-


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Used p Sari' Lew
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Mobile Home Spartan8x42 Harold Dowdy 1:1: 1900 $925 1075 S I
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67 Chev. C40an 1ft II
Good Condition 66 Sta.
; Valiant I Ia
Ford Wag. "
66 Plym. whet ..
11 66 Mustang t 4 "' 1 1Iw T Cab Chains. Uiad te r
73 Capella Thur.-Fri.-Sat. Cyl. *.<.... Synchro.. Oead -Or. W..I'.. Traaae..In .avMarcarat .., ...ICSiIV a Oood Pemlly er bo a Honey See) Truck.But they "5 cI
:1. Stanley Iran .1.' eft the' back.
took the body "
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Pla. Really a eaae are Newly .......11' .".. m
Sept. 11 12 & 13 : 5: $450 : ,,
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3 Br, 2 Bath I $600 $625 $775.

Air Included 7:3OpmSUBJECTS ; r..i"/ : 'i Mustang '68 Shelby GT 500 KR aW6g Cadillac Cpe '68 Dodge: Vi Ton 51 '

I r-. > pnibeca....... lit ine. Orlelnal 0._. Own** alnce ..r th.. OfiKr.mlnatt) Blue with ShoT, Topper, ltd. ;m
n .... new ay" a or. c....... F.C. AC. t*.r.on whf. >wants t.rvtMlnl. his Trans. 4 Cyl. A DoWse Oood I
74 'L : a- Immaculate.a .. .... .. MII.. > '
Capella "t' : : Mint See te .. Mere .wn c. Otfi rwlti pMly Truck with Nose !i
: ./T $1100. Pactm Avell...... N k.. $650 $975 ;;
I ; $2725 ilor

3Br,2Bath Jesus Farewell To His iI i i : :I '

; Real Deluxe Children. I I III '68 Ford tt Ton '68 Chrysler,Newport 69 Merc. Cougar F mBl.
69 Ford % Ton
snwwwmiOrdinal
i Sedan
C">tem 4-Or Bne. ..1Wnl'.. C.\!\: '
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lint a TI. xcrilwrteM Trk.vt. ._. The' car nmc anal
I Ii 0. traded In an 1 Cadillac.
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The Cross of Jesus .
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drives Ilka the mllM are. riant L
18 Single Wides ] j $900 (s'_). AC. etc. $1150 $775 iS .

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l: 70 Chew Malibu 70 Mustang Fastback 70 Chev. Vt TonI
69 Olds Delta
= _. 11__.... Aute Tram. WB. sic T..".. v... Tul_. H 2Very
MustangMobile H.T. .. '" 0. 1 Or. N.T. XTn.
RIM wlltl WINk Top.4 Dr.
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SouthBidar Church Christ fi Pac. AC. PS
fix.
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VWs
In by Pamela Slmmamon a
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$1100 ,. .". $925 :iifrMir.; iizso.' heart It .. truck. $1075 ; l

Horn 3 Mi. S. of Starke, Hwy 301 15

C 71 Ford Econoline 100Curtains 71 VW Ghia n

J at Junction of Brooker Rd., SR 227Soooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo 70 Cuda Orlmr ham 70 Datsun Truck forM. ..u"... Carpetslor Canary with el... lid.... Top. fj*.
by Mr. .
Florida 904-964-7212 f Traded Oreen with Stake SIdy.w.have be Verified. SC
Starke One Owner (Can
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o why Nyoin.'M a train truck but Itt net trmhy."
::I ;; r I and In mOO $1125 $1550 $1775 8a 0

71 Ford LTD 17'
71 Chrysler T&C 71 Cadillac Deville
: 71 Dodge 200 The. LTD Siena's fur Lauiy.g
i :: : (4.....r.A....Tram.i A beautiful. .Me. aat ,with naCaiman. Blue Sedan. Nat N... but reasanaMy Trade, Oa_.._. This It on S :I
;Cr5wMkb The' braaia la warmnew maintained with a let el .
.. .. excellent buy tar the s.MI.IM. .
i w V-4.Mew HO.*PiTIrK <
but we can III It. Oar.aa _1__. .
d "New" Cend. tar e Tl can appreciate. nicely oqat :i onjoood
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72 Dodge Adventurer >
: '71 Chew c.20 71 Dodge W Ton 71 Chev. C-30 ,part 7 w Camper' INS Auta, >2 i n

F.. .... 1 IMIvkuN rNw a Ok. Oreen. Slant ".". Stick Plat. bed. New V4 __. Dual Pear
has been selectedas ..Ie.mi... 4 Ply*. .Laeki ai"...It drive*. Whls. ...*..d. W.C. Mlrr.,.. WI.W..ttt.Allnt.S. M
t. Sruffled. -....., etc. spiltwhitshut." .. IIIc.. "..... """' late tar summer but s baraaln J '"I

:a:I $1500 $1225 $2250 $2475 3. MI

72 Ford V4 Ton 72 Twister. I *
I: 72 Jeep WagoneerCtatM Plym.
72 VW Ghia
Certified Seats tar Camiart. "-'. Tulane Orean with MatcMnsTaaper. Burnt Oranee win tjctery vlstripes ...aIII
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72 Ford F250 '72 Vega GT 72 Chev. C20 Van < ..

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Wlneaws, eK. Below N.A.O.A Your C / ,
; $1975 ; 15 f
2 Care information about successful C CUM $2425 $1850
Plant analysis.' Your Crop farming L '
dealer will help you take samples and ideas used In the area. And he can > 72 Torino 4DrIT" 72 Mazda 808 73 Toyota Hi Lux 73 Plym "340" | 3 ;'j!
handle all details of the tests. He draw on the experiences and .. I.
Maroon Truck.:...... LWB. M LI"' AT. Buckets 4 Cwnakt.F Z: '
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