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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 25, 1975
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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.Rates Going Up
Suspect Carl Robert Taylor faces a newlyselectedjury
Thursday morning on charges of first degree murder of
Valerie Turner after being acquitted Tuesday morning of the
: tw murder of Patricia Marr by order of Circuit Judge R.A. Green. '
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/ New, BudgetSTARKE The jury was sworn at 3:25: p.m. yesterday (Wednesday, Sept.
Iw 24) for the Valerie Turner trial. Members are Austin C. Pooser, '

Robert Autry, Edward Johnson, Gary Reddish, John C. Tye, ,'
Bradford still$17,005 above costs for the Jimmy W. Clark, (Owen Simmons. The all male jury contains two pr'
County
1i blacks. Selection of two alternate jurors was underway at press
Hospital Board of Trustees i year.
Smoke barriers, a fire door time Wednesday afternoon late. Judge Green has warned the
adopted a $1,479,939 budget
I Sept. 18, which includes a substantial for the administrator's office court to be ready for night and weekend duty.,

'.... o rate increase in services > and a manual fire alarm have Judge Green has assured the prosecution that Taylor's confession -
J I :,' been ordered and other items to killings in other states, barred from the Marr trial, can be
+ I, I Effective have been Installed to meet used as evidence in the Valerie Turner trial to prove method of
tt tt1t .. .1 i Nov. 1, patients fire requirements, Edmondson operation. .
will bu six to ten
., J charged per said, but a major item
.... "" cent above present costs for State prosecutor Kenneth Hebert was granted motion to drop
remains to be resolved before
'''all services at the charges against Taylor for the Marr'murder after Green
Secretary of State Bruce A. Smathers (left) presents Certl- Elzle Sanders, chairman of the Bradford County Action '76 Semi-private room rates hospital.are the hospital meets approval. delivered a ruling that certain evidence could not be used against t
Bicentennial Committee, In front of the old courthouse. According to fire regula- in the trial. .
flcate of National Register to E.L. Matthews,president of the to$36 from $46 and private Taylor
Bradford County Historical Board of Trustees, and Judge up rooms will cost $60 a day instead tions, laboratory facilities When court began Monday morning Hebert told Green In cham-
of the previous $50 rate., must be separated from the bers that the state would prosecute first on the charge against
rest of the hospital by fire Taylor for the Marr murder. The rest of the day was devoted to
OLD COURTHOUSE CITED'mathers Trustees said that walls with a one-hour resis- selection of a 6-member jury;. '
inflation .
tance and special fire door., 0
higher insurance costs and opening arguments were verwctcowd not De supported
loss ot) about $64,000 In federal An additional wing is being scheduled to begin Tuesday by such testimony. ,
$ Lauds Local Historical Interest assistance for the Emergency ''meet'planned the by architects now Ed-to morning, but defense attorney Abduction and abandon-

Medical. Care (EMC) pro.gram'weretC'blame requirement, Jeffrey Barker first asked .ment was the method of operation
for the mondson said, and must be that the jury be removed to in the Valerie Turner
Bradford County's Interestin you,'' Secretary' Smatherssaid. new "high rise" capitol Is tant state'building' from the increases! ,,but that costs at the completed by June, 1976. allow discussion of questionable case, but prosecution'must
historic preservation was completed."I ., wrecking crews? Smathers hospital\ were, still substantially Expansion of emergencyroom evidence. first prove guilt in the Turner r
praised by Secretary of State In praising the efforts being have officially submitteda asked. lower than those in other facilities will also be Green's ruling followed a death to use as evidence in the
Bruce Smathers, appearing at made here to preserve the old recommendation to .the In praising the local effort areas. included in the planned addi- motion for limitation of testi- Marr case, Barker said.
the Starke Rotary Club Wed- courthouse for use as a county Governor and Cabinet oppos- atpreservahon, the Secretarysaid tion, as emergency is the only mony by Barker, who stated
nesday, Sept. 17, to bring official museum, art center, and ing this move, and urging that "You are lifeblood of Meeting fire marshal portion of the hospital operat- that the one common link in "State's attorney will have i
recognition that the 73- meeting house, Smathers, at the old capitol be restored to efforts to preserve the 'vestiges requirements has been a ing at near-capacity.. all out-of-state cases to be to present'no less than five
year-old building is now In- the same time; deplored the i the way it was in 1923," of our rich history during source of financial drain for Plans for.a purchasing used against Taylor, abduc- other murder cases to supporta
cluded on the National Register fact'that "..:.even though thisis Smathers said. "It is one of this Bicentennial year:, Keepup the hospital recently, Administrator agent stock supply and inven- tion and abandonment of the conviction' in the Marr
of Historic Sites, the Bicentennial year, the the five oldest capitols in the .the good work. -V' Richard Ed- See ) victim, was not apparent in trial," Barker said, .adding

*, ..:Smathers presented a certltid4 ,t onslaught on our historic sites sheep, South end,should be.pre*meeetin I wjSmathe s ,."Rotllri I.... mondswnqc reported w .. but it is ( Page........,;, JIt''i/t4 't 1\1\1.the Marr situmotorcycle and a guilty that the state had chosen to '
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iron ; the and : made an y!. lt'd;+ : .( rstWoseeut.a.-ea e withoutsimilarity I
enjoyment ,
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' ,,; nda to Eugene L.; Matthews > "many 'vestiges ;rof ''ann' \. Instruction of' >present ,and inspection of the old court-,, to Taylor'.. niethod d
1 resident of the BradfordCounty past. *' \(, future generations." house and said he was im- of operation.'

: Historical Board of To illustrate his point, he I "What hope do historic pre- pressed with its structural Judge Green ruled that
Trustees, stating that the showed photographic slides of servation efforts have in other beauty and soundness, and although confession of crimesin
building had been listed in the Florida's old capitol building, parts of the State if our expressed hope that it would other states could be used
National Register "in recognition which now faces the threat of leaders in Tallahassee don't continue to play a vital role in against Taylor in Florida
of its significance and to being demolished when the save the single most impor- the life of the community. trials, the confession in ques-
encourage its preservation." tion could not be a major im-
'''portant part of prosecution'scase
The Register is publishedby in the Marr trial.
the office of 'Archaeologyand Hebert argued that although
Historic Preservation, $2.3 Million BudgetSet there were three separate In-
National Park Service, U.S. dictments for the murders,
Department of the Interior, rather than one indictment of

Washington, D.C. Listing on ? ,. three counts, the deaths were

the National Register protectsthe -- 4J T. 80 inter-twined that they could
old courthouse from encroachment not be separated in the court
by other federal CouncilSTARKE room.
projects, and makes the build- By City He further argued thatValerie's
ing eligible for state and fed- presence was the
eral grants to assist' in its pre- motive for killing Marr and

servation. It took only two justments may be made in the by eliminating one lieutenantand r'3 Turner, so that the girl couldbe

"This is an important honor, work sessions and one disappointed budget to cover the $36,000 two patrolmen."We < l Allowing abducted.the evidence would

and I am pleased to be the police chief for the necessary to up employees' cause consolidation in jury
don't want to raise
Starke City Commission to salaries by five percent. !
emissary who brings it totL consideration, Barker said,
taxes and don't want to
we
come out on top of a $2.3 mil-
Part of the budget slicing, raise utilities and I believe re. whereby it would be asked to
lion 1973-76 budget,which may
from overtimeand
however, came judge guilt for more than one
that people are willing to
include a five percent pay
vacation allotments, and crime in order to reach a verdict -
sacrifice and
raise for city employees. council agreed that it would some police fire in the Marr
case.
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1111tH protection to keep them the
Council skimmed $126,000 of require anyone making more Following the judge's rulingthe
they are, Jackson said. .
."waste" expenditures from than to take way returned :
I \ $200 weekly com The lieutenant's in jury was to the
the talley before adjusting pensatory time rather than position courtroom but Hebert asked
question is now filled by in-
income figures on utilities to overtime pay.Confrontation. that it be removed again.He .
balance the $2,347,373 budgetin vestigator George '
the lengthy work sessions between Tomasovitch, who spoke then told Green that the
P quietly in behalf of his positionin state would prefer to nolle
Monday and Tuesday nights.
Jackson and Bowen over per-
11 the department."I'm or not prosecute, Tay-
,The new budget tentativelycalls sonnel proposals in the police Mr.and Mrs.Joe Griffis present Bradford County Farm Bureau President George llugglns a lor prosse for the Marr murder if the
for an increase of department split open when supposed to work 160 13-Inch sweet potato from his garden at last week's Farm Bureau meeting.Mr. of confes-,
evidence Taylor's
J $242,616 over last year's anti- Jackson commented that the hours a month, and have .Griffis.81,Is a charter member of the county organization and has been a member of its
sion and the deaths of Mrs.
cipated expenditure of.: city could not afford the 11- 'worked over 200 with no over- board of directors. The couple has a farm near Camp Blanding at the county line on SR-230, and Miss Marr
couldbe
Taylor
$2,094,757.The Increase is due member force and might time and no financial supple- where they have been Involved with timber,cattle and pasture programs. used in for the
to a ten percent increase in better get Its money's worth (See Page 41} prosecution
death of Valerie Turner.
,t utility usage and surcharge
revenues City Clerk Merrill Green said that it would be ad-

Edwards said. Cycle; Throws Injures YouthSTARKE missable.
BRADFORD HIGHvs. Police Chief Jimmy Bowenwas Barker then moved for '

on hand at Monday u us, acquittal because Taylor! was
FERNANDINAFriday night's session to thwart P ui Fyu Y+ An 18-year-old nearby house. traveled about 78 in jeopardy with a j ryclofor ,
a p.m. Councilman Marc Jackson's youth suffered only a broken John Edward Griffis 402 feet from the edge of the the Marr murder.
On TIM Road attempt to "cut out waste" in leg Sunday evening after he South St., was headed south pavement, and hit a car The jury returned, acquittal
Support the expenditures to the tune ofa was thrown over the nan- around the corner of SR-100 parked on the carport of the was pronounced and the jury
Your $27,000 personnel slice in the dlebars of his motorcycle, and South Street when he lost Arthur Nelson Holliday relieved of duty.
Tornadoes I landing on the front porch of a control of his 1974 Suzuki residence. Barker had been refused
----- Outgoing. councilman Griffis flew over the han- two previous motions to sup-
MUSICAL"AINhuIaI" Jimmy McRae was not School Money Bill ApprovedSTARKE dlebars, struck the screen press the evidence in question
present to break the 2-2 tie on door and tore down the during pre-trial hearings with

First Baptist ChurchIn the matter, so the council The Bradford plies for all the teachers at all mailbox before he landed on Judge Green this summer.
Starke revised plans to cut the police the front porch of the home.
County School Board ap- the eight schools. The last of these
Sunday department of $&,508 without proved finally the $6.3 million 'The motorcycle landed. on top went through, as almost/
7:30 personnel changes. The proposed budget for the 1975- of the Holliday car. left the courtroom with a
Public Invited department lost its bid for one 76 fiscal at .3 Outstanding Property damage to the from
year a public ruling Green to suppress
door and mailbox ,
----- 01 two new cars this year in < hearing Sept. 18. screen was official opinion about a poly- ,.
Bredford County but Bowen said estimated at $50.
the bargain, Citizens NamedThree test took
graph Taylor in 1974
ZONING BOARD he satisfied with the Griffis was charged with
was The new figure is more than and to allow as evidence state-
careless _
Meets Tuesday action. I2OOOOOless than the one last local men were pre- driving.In 0 ments Taylor made to law en-
Sept. 30 'Pay1 hikes 'for city employees year, and calls for a slight sented awards by the Starke Raiford another accident serious, 'a .forcement officers Colorado t
7:30 are planned for an $8- mlllage reduction.The Jaycees for outstanding performances man escaped during plea bargaining.
when his flippedover
----- : in their line of injury car
10,000 were finally VIJULIAN
overage SR-16 west of Starke Later that evening Green
City of Lawtey millage will be down work. on "
agreed to by the council. An '
,BUDGET HEARING. anticipated 14 Increase from 6.67 last year to 6.28 this Gary Wheeler, youth director Friday morning changed the ruling to allow
percent
Next Tuesday In plant income' year:. Growth in the county at Pine Level Baptist Kenneth Wayne Shuford, 27, both articles of evidence in the
7:30p.m, accounts power for the made the reduction possible. Church, was given the out- was traveling west on SR-16 trials. ,
overage Taylor 37. has been held in
leader when his car crossed the
---'!"'"'- standing religious
Men's Flag Football which the city .fathers hope The board also agreed to award.. Glen Moore won an centerline and ran off the the Bradford County jail since
will balance income with
League Meeting look Into possible salary reclauiflcatlo. award for law enforcement. pavement onto the south March 27 awaiting trial for the
MOD Sept.2f expenses in 197576. .- for next year, Moore Is a deputy with the' shoulder for 278.feet. The car shooting deaths of Bobbie L.
"I have faith in the
7p.m. growthof however, no date for the work sheriffs office. FHP Trooper then ran into a bank of dirt at Turner, 384 of Lake Geneva,
At OM ArmoryCaurMyO the city of Starke, it's never session was. set Kenneth Etheridge was the end of a concret culvert and Patricia Mary 22, of Melrose !-
let me down in the four years "r' ; and its for who were found at Nell's
., 4'! 6tWe. recognized for his contribu- flipped over on top
I've studied its budgets, and '* budget:;$3.9 million tions to safety. 38 feet, before rolling( back on Beauty Shop on SR-21 between
that 0
I'm to the
willing gamble
goes Into salaries for all personnel Glen Sapp, investigator for its wheels and i Keystone Heights and
the .c(fiommuntly Increase will come through. George Grandon. electrical plant system perbrtMdent $2.1 of.that, going to the state attorney's office,and Shuford was treat and 'Melrose Taylor Is I also

,* !jflnkMK..heaIM.INaa said Schaefer.Council, Mayor Charles for toe city of Starke. discuses possible utility osage IB* professional personnel. There Gus Kopelousos, Garden Res- released from the Bradford charged In the death of lira
'btatt .creases during the coming fiscal year with street aM garbage are 230. professional person- taurant owner, were given County Hospital Turner's daughter Valerie
Schaefer added that if the superintendent S.R. Hicks at Tuesday light's city bad- 'nel. .*/1'/',- certificates of appreciation in He was charged with whose remains were''fouq

<' .T.......,........"......c_ additional not expected after the income first six Is get work .... .. The pair sat through two evening fhr- K the ceremony at the Garden careless driving the early. several, months' later' Ia a

rwwd months apparent of the fiscal year, ad:. .bour setsioos advise the council la Its plan.i Only! :",421 goes' for-sup- Restaurant Saturday night. morning accident wooded area off SK-ie.,,

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_ ,, Hosp. Auxiliary Planning Bazaar October 31 '


the Bradford County toward the many worthwhile Mrs. L.C. Early stated the SPocial SPfde 'STAe & !

jspital Auxiliary held its projects sponsored by the Hospitality Shop sales have fi / J
rst fall covered-dish supper Auxiliary for the Hospital. been brisk and Christmas
nd general meeting Monday items will be available soon.
ight in the Methodist Mrs. B.C. Holtzendorf Sr. Mrs. Emma Rene Weaver Sod.ly Cditor 964- 7608

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Mrs. J Kite, president, discarded nylon stocking for welcomed as new members.
presided over the meeting the puppets she is making for Preceding the business
where Miss Lillian Stump.. the Hospitality Shop. These meeting a buffet dinner was Nasworthys Larry Lopez Given
finance chairman, announcedthe puppets are good sale Items served. Mrs. Huston McClaneand Mrs. H.C. Robinson
Auxiliary will hold a and many stockings and Mrs. Mac Baldwin servedas ToCelebrate 50th
Bazaar Friday, Oct 31, in the cardboard rolls are needed. hostesses. Head Of NursingAt Farewell Party
vacant store next to Stump's Ii
Store in Bradford Oct. 4
Anniversary
Department Nursing HomeMrs.
Baker
Mr. and Mrs. Larry
Square. The Auxiliary will Rev. Rich. Bowles HonoredAt entertained at a' farewell
also have a rummage sale on Harold C. Robinson Mr 'and Mrs. C.H. Saturday evening at
Saturday Nov. 8. The money Reception Sunday the new Director of Nursing at Nasworthy will observe their party their home on Orange street
made from these sales will
go the Starke Nursing Home 50th wedding anniversary for Larry Lopez, pharmacist
1 Rev. Richard Bowles was and Mrs. Leo Bowles of received her basic nursing at Saturday. Oct. 4, with a at Eckerd's Drug Store- who
Starke G.&C Club honored at a reception Sunday Jacksonville and Mrs. John D. St. Joseph Hospital in reception at their., home, 1320E. has entered the University of
afternoon in the Catholic Samons,president of the Altar Houston, Texas; additional Call street. Florida for graduate work.
Family Dinner Parish Hall given by mem- Society. college work at F.J.C. in Friends are invited to'call The buffet table was
The table covered Jacksonville and graduated between the hours 7:30: and,
bers of St. Edward's Church. tea was covered with white linen cloth
Saturday NightThe Arrangements of pine cone with a white linen cloth edged from the Florida International 9:30: p.m. and centered with an
lilies and fall flowers were ,with lace and centered with an St. Edwards BazaarSet University in Miami where .arrangement of yellow
of arrangement of pink and she received a Bachelor'sdegree And
Starke Golf and used to highlight points Sue Johns daisies.
interest in the hall for the white gladioli, carnations and Friday, Saturday in Nursing. Attending were the 12
Club Women
Country are Mrs.Robinson is the mother'of '
daisies. their
occasion. Davld'Stalnaker wives
giving a dish"get acquainted"covered Guests were greeted at the Miss Cindy Gissy provided Shoppers will have a chanceto two children, a son servingin Nancy Ormsbee_ employees.husbands or dates of Eckerd's

the club house family on Saturday supper at, door by Mrs. Robbie Shaller, organ melodies during the get the jump on Christmas Germany with the U.S. To Wed Sept. 27 Drug Store.
and a daughter in Edwards Plan
Sept. 27, at 7 .m. social chairman Mrs Joseph afternoon. shopping this Friday and Army Zack The store presented Mr.
p
Bingo will be played after Gissy introduced the guests to Approximately 75 guests Saturday, Sept. 26-27,' at the college in Hot Springs, Ark. and Mrs. Seeber A. Lopez with a golf umbrella as
between the pursuing her degree in Social Oct. 26 Wedding Mr;
of called bazaar
the dinner for those who wantto the receiving line composed party annual sponsored by of Lake Butler announce a parting gift.Replacing .
Rev. Bowles, his parents. Mr hours four and six o' clock. St. Edwards Altar Society. work. Mr. Robinson is retired Johns Mr. Lopez as
stay.
the approaching
from the U.S. Air Force.
Mrs. Alice Solano en- pharmacist at Eckerds will be
Mrs. Bob Blakewood and Mrs. Robinson has a varied tertained Satur- marriage of their daughter. .
at
a Pat Sova.Eastern
supper Miss
L.H. Beth Chapman Luncheon HonoreeMiss background in Nursing Ad- Sue, to David Stalnaker,son of
Jennings Mrs. Waller Ramos display a day evening to announce the Stalnaker'
Mr. and Mrs. W.C.
ministration and an extensive
stuffed monkey and an afghan engagement of her daughter,
Brooker. Star
of
Hosts At Family Beth Chapman. whose marked the seating which will be on sale from 9 knowledge Mrs. Robinson of Nursing is replacingMrs. Homes. Nancy Ormsbee, to Zack The wedding will be an
to 5 at 107 E Call St./ Edwards.
Eddie Blalock for a.m. p.m.
marriage to arrangement the 12 guests.
event of Saturday, Sept. 27. ala
Mark Milner who is
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Dinner Saturday will bean event of Oct. 17, was Among those attendingwere in Starke, the building for- The couple is planning an p.m. at the First Christian _Supper Sept.27
honored at a bridal luncheon the bridesmaids, maid of merly occupied by City pregnant.KuschelMcLendon Oct 26 wedding Church In Lake Buller.
Saturday, Sept. 20, at the honor flower girl Mrs. A. W. Barber Shop and adjacent to All friends and relatives are Starke chapter No 224.
Dr. and Mrs. L.H. Jennings Caravan Restaurant in St. Chapman, mother of the the Shoe Rack. Gina Crosby And invited to attend. of the Eastern Star, will havea
entertained at a family dinner Augustine 'given by Mrs. honoree, Mrs. Charles E. covered dish supper

party Saturday evening Clarence Blalock and Mrs. Blalock mother of the The entire stock of the Wedding Sept. 19 Donald Jackson Saturday.Sept. 27, at 7 p.m. in
iHfbiatmg the birthday of Thelma Swymer, aunts of the prospective groom and two bazaar will be homemade U.D.C. Will MeetWednesday the Masonic Hall.

their daughter, Carol- prospective groom. grandmothers.The items, handcrafted by Dr. and Mrs. L.H. Jennings 27 Oct. 1 All Masons and their
:\\Id.l'ndun. falls on The dining table was cen- hostesses presented the members of the Altar Society. announce the marriage of Wedding Sept. families are invited to attend.
Sept :w< and Wayne McLen- tered with an arrangement of honoree and two mothers with Items on sale will include their daughter, Carol Lynn
dnll.1 birthday was on apricot and rust colored corsages and also gave the hanging baskets, stuffed Kuschel, to Wayne A. Miss Gina Crosby and The W.T. Weeks chapter. a a a
f;I'PI. II. mums, daisies and car- honoree a place setting of her animals, paintings, baby McLendon of Jacksonville\ Donald Jackson will be unitedin U.D.C.,will meet Wednesday
TIll'I 22!!quests were seated at nations. Bridal place cards chosen china pattern. clothes, and items. The marriage took place marriage Saturday Sept. 27 Oct. 1. at 3:30: p.m. at the Mrs. Olive Gregory of
tables! I the( back yard which There will be a raffle with a Sept. 19 in Folkston, Ga. at 7:30 p.m. in.the Pine Level home of Mrs. O.L. Beasleyand Gainesville is spending this
were covered IIh red and $100 cash first prize and an The couple is residing in Baptist Church.All Mrs. J.W. Kincaid with week with her sister. Mrs
blue checkered clothes. Bridge Players Invited To afghan for second prize. Jacksonville{ friends and relatives are Mrs. L.D. Vining ash' cc- Myrtle Anderson.
(Ilul-ol-town guests were Mr. invited to attend. hostess.

mill :Mrs! William (hilds and Play With Duplicate. Club __
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laiinK. Katherine and Kenneth -
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I.( )mlrd, Gene Arnold and invites all bridge players to were: first, Jeff Wrenshalland
Wine I Dale kuschel, all of join its club which meets Ed Wainwright, second We
Jacksonville.' Mr. and Mrs, every Tuesday night at 7:30: Dr. and Mrs. Jim Mmesinger. Really Know
Italian; Jennings of pm in the Pratt Street third. Mrs. S.W. Hamilton andMrs.
i.iiius\illo and Mr and Mrs. Recreation Center.- F.J. Shaw.
\\alter Jennings and children \ l. -
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Realtor Board Has Dinner.. i

ADK To Celebrate Meeting TuesdayThe 1sw-P-; How To Treat: ;;


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Founder's i I. ; ti
Day di
Bradford-Clay County from Orange Park, Green \ \\,, yl ice'y
Board of Realtors met Cove Springs, Keystone \ ''II'IiI' t li '

Alpha 1 Delia Kappa met Tuesday al the Starke Golf Middleburg and YourSAVINGS
:Momla>. Sl'P15., at the and Country Club for tennis Stare. U t \t 1\,l I ill I I
Episcopal: Parish Hall with and gelt.during{ the day
1'iosident! Frames Hamilton. followed byi) dinner and Fred Flanders, registered i II
jl q
prJdillol.! meeting In The evening. land surveyor, spoke on the N j Il j ill ?
ADK will celebrate Founder The approximately 110 Purposes, Kinds and Costs of + \ i I Iii'i
's seek during the second members attending were Surveys following the dinner.
week ol October ith a ,Ili
founder's month program at l

the monthly meeting, treats Hope Baptist Church Revival Next Week
lor leathers\ in the school
lounges( ol each school
presented bADK sisters and Revival services will be The services will begin each
held Sept. 28 night at 7:30: p.m. A
a window display' in a through Oct. 4 at nursery
downtown store depicting the Hope Baptist Church with will be provided. ,.
ADK's contributions to the Rev. Tony Gonzalez of Special singing will feature
tumniumUSaturday.t '. Kingsport Tenn. as the Tony and Mae Gonzalez and
Sept. 20, the evangelist. the church choir. 8.060/0
The church is located
district (Itliorkshop was on TAKE
held in \Lake City Highway 100 between Starke Effective
A program on "Things You and Keystone Heights. Pastor Annual Yield On
Should Know About ADK" BIRTHSMr Merle Packham and the
Gladys members of the church extenda 7.750/0*
was presented by
Thomas welcome to the public to
Refreshments were served and Mrs. James attend the services. Savings Certificate THE STEP

following (the meeting by Starling announce the birth ofa 6-10 Year Term
Lucille Payne Frances daughter Julie Lynn born New Arrival $5,000 Minimum Investment
Hamilton. Ruth Reynolds and Sept. 12 in the Alachua
Thomas General Hospital. Grandparents -
Gladys Mr. and Mrs. Mike Bryan of
are Rev and Mrs.
Alton Dobbs of Jacksonvilleand Starke announce the birth of a 7.790/0 TO BIGSAVINGS .
Mrs. Ola Starling of daughter Stacy Lee, born Effective '
ATEP
EmployeesHave Law ley. Sept. 14, in the Alachua
General Hospital. Grand- Annual Yield On

Steak --- parents are Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs John H Anderson Lloyd J. Bryan and Mrs. *
of Miramar, Fla. Mildred Latham of Starke. 7.500/0 I
10 1
Dinner Party announce the birth of a son Savings Certificate I !
-a
Joshua Albert, born Sept. 20. 4 Year Term
Cut' J.H.. Johnson shop Paternal grandparents are
foreman and employees of Mr. and Mrs.\ John D. An- $1,000 Minimum Investment

the A1KP shop al Camp derson of Callahan and great P.60nat .
islanding prepared and served !grandmother is Mrs Myrtle .980/0

a. steak supper for their ives Anderson of Starke. You Effective W'th I TheFriendly
last "'flday'emn See Mrs. J.W Kincaid visited .
Alter supper the guests hersister,Mrs. C.C. Hoppe, in Annual Yield On
surprised :Mr and :Mrs Bud Mr and Mrs. Norman Tray- Tampa over the weekend.
lor of l..cIwtey announce the *
Spears with a stork shower
,\lIl'rlfK.: Spears openedthe birth of a daughter, Stephanie The Methodist Chancel .750o Folks
gifts( :Mrs \Lloyd Macy' Gail born Sept. 19 in Putnam Choir were guests of Mr. and Pick TheSavings Savings Certificate
and :Mis J.I II!. Johnson served County Hospital. Grandparents Mrs. T.H. Slade on their boat 21/2 Year Term
cake and coffee are Mr. and Mrs. Jacksonville\
\ "The Flora" in
Robert Traylor of Law and $1,000 Minimum Investment
Fifteen employees and ley Saturday. The 15 members
AtGuaranty
wives eno\ed] the occasion Mr and Mrs. Jimmy Ritch of attending enjoyed a covered .
Theressa. dish luncheon and short cruiseon 6.720/0 :
Plan I
the St. Johns River
Free Pap Test -- Effective

Mr and Mrs. Annual Yield On6.50o0 Federal:
Stephen Mrs. A.C. Pooser is visiting
Offered Friday .
:
of
Murphy Morgan Road.
relatives at Stone Mountain, *
Starke. announce the birth ofa Ga. Thursday and Friday. Sheis
Flee Pap tests for women son. Stephen Lee. II, born accompanied by Mrs. A.G. Designed,i For
will be offered bv the mobile September 5. Grandparentsare Loudon who is visiting her Savings Certificate

Screening Unit! of the Mr. and Mrs. Charles son-in-law and daughter, Mr. 1 Year Term
American Cancer this :Murphy of Boulevard Hgts. and
Society and Mrs. Jack Carter Sl.OOQ Minimum Investment
Friday Sept. 21>. Md. and Mr. and Mrs. MR. family at Douglasville, Ga.
The IIcrl'enlnlUlllt/ will be in Haverty. Your
Maike at Hradlord Square Particular.5.92. % ," "
Shopping 'enter Irom 10 a.m. .

to :5>> p.m.131h DAY CARECENTER : .. .Annual Yield On .: ,
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Duken Family .Budget' '1:.. .' 5.750/0: .'..
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Reunion Set Sunday ., > ..,. ,, : .
1 .". : ." .q. ., 'to'" 90 Day Term'
i'
The 13th annual Dukes From arm babies to STARKE 395 W.. Madison : :'{: ;' '{'} HfJ'; .$1.000 Minimum InvestmentGuaranty _

I Family Reunion is scheduled school age. Constant .. : : .
4 j : ," .. .
Sunday. Sept. 28 in the Lake -
2 balanced .
care, .
,j Butler Community Center in 964-5000.. .'. :. .<, .:.: :,.. ... ,.. 539%
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snacks. Now 7 ,
Luke Butler open .1 1 ... 'j 1 .
Everyone is asked to arrive to 4:30 p.m. '. 'Effective'
early for a business meeting ",. :
ut 11:30: a.m. There will be rates. _, -, { Annual Yield On
time to renew old acquaintances fa.m. will work with ':I< \ --.'--'-. \t\\ ..,,: "'

and make new ones as ; to' solve v"SAVINGS .... '. ---.- ; 1'.i I '. .. 525% .
the family and relatives I 1w Federal. .
'
spread lunch baskets. problems. A IOA.N AMOTUT1ONGATVEHVILLEi r3'0.: 'I :.fr:'< ;:- .. .. :t r: PmwbookSavingiSLIC :
Plans are made to have _
lunch following the meeting GREATER BETHLEHEM FREE WILL ass North MaIn SUM 37733449001W '
according to Mrs. Frances E.J BAPTIST CHURCH -Ia ,Unlvmity Av.nu..,37S*/ .3300 S.W.Archer Rod/37Z0431' >_.IH 'II 1 rA6MNG8 AlE Aixoivn 1 iu g....'NIt IMH.V
Dukes of Worthington 1101 Chestnut SI.at Ash 84. HTARXEi: 3116 HUGHTS.w. MxilloclWMOOOKEintME .A------.........'............,.............____....
Springs. For further info call MM-MM or MH-48M .La.+.nnBwMvudaAyMawgrN'falrtQ.- .' < ( -1IaoIw.'wn--',1- +rh r.u..nt.n.' . :.
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, r '' St. Mark's Bottles Thrown

I! I'j SES Learning Terwillegar motors

I Through Windows With Zest |

j : Church-
7p9 W. Madison 964-7200
I i j Church end>..t J.......;strata STARKE Two vandalism STARKE ELEMENTARYNEWS
I THE REVUOHNM. H.YNN.! cases were reported to police II
I officers here over the Sept. 27- r
\. ,. ,28 weekend. by Sandy Davis
ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL In both incidences, bottles Starke Elementary starts $1
WEEKLY SCIIEDULEr were thrown through win- the new school year with its ,000
dows, though nothing inside first PTS meeting Sept. 30( at
Sunday Sept. 28th Holy the premises was disturbed or I izI 7:30: p.m. PTA president for
Eucharist 8:30: a.m.: Church stolen / this year is Macy Crowder.
School 9:45: a.m.; Morning On Saturday night, the Head I Make a memo to attend this
Prayer 11:00: a.m.; Junior Start Center in Reno was first meeting and get involvedand
'E.Y.C. Meeting 5:00 p.m.; I find out what's happeningat Allowance
smashed with bottles.
,;Senior E.Y.C. Meeting 6:43: Late Sunday night, bottles I w ir: s' your child's school. The j
PTA will be having a jl'
t II) p.m. were thrown through the Oct. 10 .
spaghetti on
supper
;< picture window at the exterminating For Your Car On
:. service. 1' from The 6-8 fifth p.m.grade at SES is
11, Bluegrass Show
partially departmentalized I
I. this year. This is an effort to
Set For Lawtey enable the teachers to more i, Any 1975 .1
r. successfully meet the needs of I i
.' The Fourth Annual Florida their students. Children were '

State Convention t placed according to
Bluegrass '
I will be held in Lawtey at the achievement into one of three
,Bluegrass Music: Park. groups for mathematics and 'I Torino LTD
w -
The convention begins language arts (Enlgish,

r Friday: Oct. 3 at 5 p.m., rain Scout Troop 70 Receives AwardsThe reading and spelling), music I
and
science.
social studies,
or shine, andUC last through I,
Sunday. Boy Scouts of Troop 70 were recently awarded badges in a ceremony at the First Health and arts is continued in I

Radio Broadcast, Sunday Methodist Church. Left to right (kneeling), are Dirk Schmidt. Donald Gissy, Todd Samons, the homerooms.The Or Elite ,
8:35: a.m. on WPXE. Kary Padgett Wayne Baker, Freddie Stephens Jr.; (Second row) Alan Montgomery, Buddy school cafeteria lunch
... Horse Frolics Sunday morning training 10 Dlcandlo. Chris Felos, Kenny Stephens Byron Roberts Frank Coss, Chuck Register John menu for the,week of Sept. 29-
a.m. ; Sunday morning, Cooper Assistant Scoutmaster Freddie Stephens Sr.; (Third row) Scoutmaster David Montgomery Oct. 3 is: I'
"", Reset To Oct. 18 Worship 11 a.m. ; Sunday Todd Schmidt Mark Box Kevin Miller, Matthew Box, Mike Lawson Terry Mun- MONDAY Hamburger on
evening training 6 p.m. ; dorff Assistant Scoutmaster William Barett. bun, lettuce, tomato, pickle, In Stock
LAKE BUTLER The 10th Sunday evening worship 7 french fries, purple plums,
Annual Fall Horse Frolics in ,, cc :: milk.
Union County has been reset p.m.Wednesday evening worship Youth Corps TUESDAY chicken with
for Saturday, Oct. 18. 7:30: p.m.Pastor. Household'Hotline.:. rice, peanut butter cup, 18 Years Of Something Special In
The show was cancelled last : Rev. Roman Offering Jobs e buttered peas, strawberrycake
week when rains drenched the Alvarez; Youth Pastor, Rev. I carrot stick, roll, milk. Quality & Service
.1''' area. Gary Wheeler. Church 964- The'Work Experience Program by Becky Giebeig' WEDNESDAY beefaroni, We Service What We Sell I
'J A barbeque chicken dinner 6490; Parsonage 964-8877;'' formerly the Neighbor r tossed salad, fruit cup, cookie, .t l.t I
will begin at 6 p.m. followed located 3 miles West of Starkeon hood Youth Corps (NYC), is Your Extension Home Economist roll, butter, milk.THURSDAY v i
>'i by the riding competition at 7p.m. Hwy. 100. taking applications for jobs in bologna
"The Country Church With their In-School and Adult I sandwich, macaroni and
'" There is no parade sche- The Heavenly Message" Work Experience programs.To Question: I understand cutting boards should be washed. cheese: cabbage slaw, red FORDHave
->", duled for that evening, but qualify for the In-School often? Is this really necessary? If so how does one prevent apple sauce, milk.
must be them from cracking? (Mrs. M.P., Brooker.)
riders will participate in the Program, applicants FRIDAY fishwich, potato
Homecoming parade on Oct. K.-D. Conner high school students and meet Answer: Cutting boards,wood utensils, and work surfaces chips, tomato wedge, green
17. the disadvantaged income need special treatment.Since they provide an ideal breeding limas, peaches, milk.
!h. Funeral services for K.D. guidelines. To qualify for the place for the bacteria that causes the food borne illness,
.. Conner, 57. formerly of Rai- Adult Work Experience Program Salmonella,washing with soap and water is not enough.They
(Mrs..Ruby Driggers ford were held at 2 p.m. Wednesday applicants must be should be disinfected frequently with a chlorine bleach My Neighbors
Sept. 17, in the Ral- between 18 and 55 and meet solution (2 tablespoons of bleach per gallon of water is sufficient
Mrs. Ruby Driggers, 89, ford Baptist Church with the disadvantaged income ). Especially use this treatment each time after the your Carpets and
Lake Butler, died Tuesday Chaplain Harold Brown con- guidelines. board is used for cutting meat or poultry. To avoid splin- 1
.-;' Sept. 16, In North Florida ducting. Interment was in Anyone interested in applying tering and cracking,frequently soak the board in water, then Furniture Hand-Cleaned
{f Regional Hospital after an Conner Cemetery near Rai- should contact Debra oil I it with ,a good vegetable oil. Flower-Freshl!
I extended illness. ford.Mr. Williams at the North Florida
i tl I Funeral services were held Conner was a native of Area Civil Defense Buildingon Question: I have some frozen cured bacon which needs to
.: Thursday, Sept. 18at4p.m.1n RaIford and moved to Cross Edwards Road, 964-7103. be cut into slices. It can't be cut while it's frozen. Is it 'r- Duraclean
'::1: the First United Methodist City about a year,ago from Applications will be taken on possible to thaw. it, cut it, and refreeze the bacon slices. (Mr. f
:I Church of Lake Butler. The Bushnell. He was superintendent Thursday and Friday only, A.H.) Foam-Absorption Process Is (guaranteed by f*5*
( *
,: Rev. John W. Grant Jr. officiated. of the Cross City Correc- from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. Answer: The Extension Service recommends NOT The Parents'. seal Recommended by '';1"""<.1jt'.::
=I Burial was in Dekle tional Institute and was for- refreezing meat or any frozen food once it has been com- editors of House Beautiful, and House & !/-, :::- \*',
i Cemetery in Lake Butler. merly employed at Florida *fif 3 afcat,:.., fc:::::*::::::::::::::::: :::::::::: l pletely thawed. However, if the bacon can be semithawedand Garden Endorsed by major. carpet and f I aarMTS'.. ]
=1 Mrs. Driggers was a life- State Prison. He was a mem- I: still contains ice particles; then it can be easily cut and i furniture manufacturers Specified, by \ "J T-:: j
| Interior designers and home 'furnishings .i ?
= long resident of Lake Butler Card Of Thanks j '
of the Church.
ber Baptist safely refrozen. retailers, .Call for a free ouotauonURACLEAN .!%,. 2:&.
=I and a member of the First Surviving are two : I

,: United Methodist Church of daughters, Mrs. Hilda ..xtawwsttftttsCARD Question: Our utility bill is astronomical: We have a lot ofglass ". and when re-elected- ...nits', I BY OLIVER
II; Lake Butler. McLeod, Gainesville; and OF THANKSThe on the west side of the house. Do you have any In-
S!. She is survived by two sons,' Mrs. Deanna Knight, Cedar family of A.J. Thomas formation on window films to keep out sunlightAre they solemnly promise to keep all 496-2835
i- C.H. Driggers Jr. and Robert Key; one son, Gerald Conner, wishes to express their appreciation effective in controlling temperatures? (Mrs. Green) the promises I made In my .firstcampaign.
''j.! A. Driggers, both of Lake Buti'Jer Lake .City; a !sister, Mrs- for the warm expressions of, Answer: Sun control films are available, which reflect ."
\ : ,* five grandchildren and Lonnie, ;Dobbs, Gainesvillef:\. 'sympathy end klndnea ,i'//.x- most of the sun's heat and light, but allow viewing through
i 'e17* ,-great, grandchildren-"" :., and six. grandchildren! ;,'",,-,- 4 tended to Uwnr"In"their, rdcBrtt"" the glass, according to autborities' J: -m .. ,*. I.* 'I ;, ."_ '" ..'. bereavement.' Extension. These films also eliminate glare and reduce sun I
... fading of fabrics. The films are clear plastic sheets with a ..
THANKS -
: CARD OF -
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thin aluminum reflective :The plastic is cementedto \ '
I Ii PERSONALS Albert The family dark of of Trenton the late, Fte.Mr. very the inside surface of the glass.layer Sunlight is reflected back !tAvn, : :.\4ii:; \ : ;: ;. ;r xtffl1: :gf !iri"J ir %f.t t .{ :: :;'j

wishes to thank all of for through the glass' before entering the room. When these films i*'" ,,,fil( !.: JNt{ :( '< : ', ; ,11' '}4 < .
you used, loads will be reduced in t j .tif:1f: f ?
cards of flowers, are air conditioning sunny ?I f ); -, { ,' fr $ .
sympathy
= /\/ 3'fiTY.m, .
., rooms. The absence of glare also will make the rooms more ;<*JT- | "" : > tj'* :f.71' ''T9:t '
letters,telegrams, food and your ,: ;;..
'If/t.E Ii.
i kindness in the loss of' our pleasant.! eKe1 j. vexagain.. .
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1' and Mr. and Mrs. David Mon- brother and uncle. t :
Mrs. Bessie
: N'\.Mrs. J.C. Rain Etheridge of ChTefland tgomery and family attendeda May God Bless each of you. During my first week in Bradford County Extension HomeEconomist i ? ri r; }L ff I f' ,'fiJ. ..
= this week of Mr. family dinner Monday nightin I was asked numerous questions by people in all 1'1<1 : ');""-"' }\+qt \\I sz <;? 4'"
': are and guests Mrs. J.G. Jackson. Lake City on Rev. E.F. -The dark Family parts of the County. I wanted to share with you only a few of ti.,,..<\, ;.'.,i't; >;;'t..f.p.t"' : : ;iti'Ki/iJQ; \ ; ; ", 7 ,. 'II>
: Montgomery Sr.'s 83rd bir the answers I gave, backed by the University of Florida .W: ,',' ,;".:' ,( :: ,< ,: ; .>,"' ;: (;,"' 1. ." .
,>; >' .
Extension Service and H' r.k :.rj"NiY "' '';.N ..iJ>.'.. \--
I: Mrs. A.J.. Eaves and Mrs. thday. THE BRADFORD proven research. ':. .}J ; > ;' f'" :; \ : : ''. << :0'* .
Perhaps you have asked some of these same questions ,. ), : ', "
Henry Godwin visited Mrs. or < ( ::; ," Jt;.J 1i \'Jri"1'.tt'.7'1$ W"'f. ;
: .
her COUNTY TELEGRAPH have other questions related to home economics. If '. ,''? ". },t.tle <'
: Walter Woolfe in Mandarin Mrs. F.W. Strickland, Published so, please ." ,"i., "' ''oo.f,,.,i ,..., :. ,,.::, '3fi"
r
c last mother Mrs.Marion Moyer of every Thursday contact Mrs. Becky Giebeig, County Extension Home 4 f "t. <. -(
;: Wednesday. Jacksonville, and sister, Mrs. at 138 W. Call Street Economist, P.O. Box 1028, Agriculture Building (at the fairgrounds ; t" : '; g '': J
,
1 Rick Riccardi, of Miami, Starke, Florida 32091 ),Starke,Florida 32091. ,or call me on weekdays from 'ti; > / ,:\ .;' RYA' ,
from three 8 a.m.-S -.m. at 964-6554. > {" '>"5" '
Mrs. James Barron and returned Tuesday : ;\!
1 I sister, Mrs. Martha Johnston weeks tour of the Scan- Second Class postage paid If the response to this article is good, I intend to continue ', '.

of Miami, spent last week with dinavian countries. Starke., Florida these questions and answers on a weekly basis. I need your ::- Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bush at support and your questions to make it successful., <
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fink vI
New Beach. Subscription Rates: ;,,
\ Smyrna f f"n ;

I Mrs. Barbara Harvey and Springs and Mike children May and and of Mr.son Green,and Kevin Cove Mrs., of In year trade; I3.SO area six: 16.00 months per / VNW/Ct.:s'''' : 23 I '11ff I IH ] :.' '': .<",' relaxed.Your spirits Alert.soar.Alive.You Well-rested.feel

grandson, David Mallon, of
Ocala were Sunday dinner Outside trade area: 17.00 ',," { You've had sound night's sleep.
I Atlanta were Saturday to W.H. Hart and In Fiji wives were buried alive with*their dead husbands and v
(j Monday guests of Mr. and Mrs.guests Ella of Mrs.Moody on Mrs. per year: ".00 six months those reluctant to follow them into the grave were considered And you feel good You've slept on

: Mrs. J.W. Bitch. Joining the Moody's birthday.Mrs. adulteresses. 1, a Beautyrest. You've slept in firm,
family on Sunday were Mrs. .
i
I Sarah Henderson and children : ..",. deep,comfort.You woke up ready
'a "
Pearl Colson is .
I of Green Cove Springs and in Division Hospital in '. _; r.4 to conquer the world.You now know
I patient :' .R ', $
: Mrs. Johns and --q a .
Tommy Lake City. ,, <.;.. there is no more comfortable
children of Macclenny. aEND 1 '"
.1} Of r. ;I :.:: mattress in the world.You also know
f ,
., Mrs. N.L. Woodburn spent .' "- : .
," ; .l! < why. It*because: ofthewuque
:' Local admittances to the weekend with Mr. and ; r -j'",, "
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: Bradford County Hospital this Mrs. Keith Reeves and familyin : ," Beautyrest individually pocketed

f I I week include: Mrs. Gertrude Winter Park. ,. coils that give firm,individualized

i: McBride, Mrs. Frances / support to every part of your body.
.:
I Burrell, Mrs.Fannie Reames, George Kopelousos underwent t ." ,
S Jason Qt4l' S a Tell your friends.So they can feel alive
.1 Mrs. Roslyn Teske an emergency appendectomy .
I:I Thomas, Oliver Holder, Mrs. Wednesday of again too.
it Little King Mrs. Beatrice last week in the Alachua
=
aI I I Rain, Mrs.. Annie Dewey General Hospital. u
I Miss Loraine Alvarez '
!: Davis, Jr.? Miss Veloria Deen Attending the funeral of
and P.D. Reddish, Starke; Lauriston Izlar in Ocala ..with a new
w II ,Mrs. Elizabeth McKenzie, Monday Morning were Mrs.
; 1 Sidney Hansen, Mrs. Ruby George Winkler' Mrs. A.J. BeautyrestBack
y DeGarff, Lawtey; Mrs. Edna Eaves, Mrs. Bob Ferguson, Now'GoungOn :,,
+ Wainwright, Kingsley Lake Mrs. Henry Godwin, Rev. ,. '
I and Tallahassee; Mrs. Lillie George Harper and Mrs. Judy ,
I 3''! Nettles, Lake Butler; Mrs. Cunningham. Mr. Izlar is the
Si I Willie McVeigh, Keystone/ father of Mrs. R.S. Mullins.Mr. '

I Heights; Mrs. Louise For- Cart I
I sythe. Lake I Geneva Mrs. .and Mn. R.E.Firth are At
; f r J Katherine Gafford, Hampton;, returning today,. Thursday 1
: Frank Bryant and Oscar I I after: three I weeks I tour I of i Twin Size '109''" *" Piece

: Forsyth.. Itaifad.I .I ,: Greece, Austria and Italy
I <"I .:,' ,,,' Full Size '139M P. Piece'
I 'Mrs.A.B Whitehead visited Mr.; and Mrs.John Frynn, "
J.O. Dobbs,. in, Jr of Jacksonville were Have good day
i her father, Queen Size 339M P.* Set a
: Lake Butler'Saturday.s .. i Sunday visitors of Rev.Flynn," 1
: 'Sr.' and Mrs. Flynn,' who Is a *Se. Kings '499" P...Set a Beautyrest day
tr: Mr. and Mrs. ,Wayne Edwards -, patient In. North FloridaRegional ,,,
', of Jacksonville were, : Hospital. Mrs.Flynn ;.
;: weekend visitors of his, underwent surgery fast: \ (JI .

.: mother Mrs. Jack Edwards. Thursday.; ..ItSAJ.f'ctYou: Can Do Better At. .'

i II! ''[Mr. and Mrs. W.M. Meng, Mr*.J.G. Caldwell and Mrs. !I'\"";>>'it

:! I and daughter, Dana, of St. W.H. Edwards and daughter .
:! Petersburg spent the weekend visited the Ochlawaha Bridge' or
!' with their', parents' Mr. and Church cemetery on Sunday '
I;: Mrs. Paul Meng at Hampton, They also had lunch at Silver yl -? iV .
Lake and.E.L. Matthews. > Springs and visited Mrs. 4: &
i' \f' Esma Yongue in Fallfield.Mrs. : "b \
t ,. ,K.
1 Mr. and Mrs. Marion .
'
i Eskridge of j Orlando spent A.J. Barry of the .,1Io! 11.a '., 1 -I I,A' '!>!". ..,Vy I.a.
i.II\I | Thursday to Monday with Mr. Magic Needle was a speakerat '" F,... I L"il, '1" : :
I \ and Mrs.. Homer Stearns. the enlisted Men's ClUb at BanteAmertcard ': : ; 141 b" :;13zE"CaA w
rII Mayport last Thursday: Mrs.' 4 lIlt' r" """ I/j/

= a;'Mrs and. Mrs.' .Gerald 'Barry spoke on ..needlepointand Master Charge Welcome. -tarps. Rortdfc.f.teT'.
II Norman and aoiw were last Band work. .,
I of Mr. Randy Chitty has entered :
'Friday dinner guests .0 toJfM$: Man Sat \
.i i and Mrs. J.A.' Eggers in the University of South \ 434 W. Call St.., 'I Phone 064-5827 I Starke, Florida

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1 .. ....', _..'. i... ,,. M Utility. Deposits Doubled I
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Sus PilMt STARKE In effort to cut Jackson said the move would to pay utility debts,and if bills
vF, 'f-m fcp t losses on unpaid utility bills, not hurt the "good people" are not paid by the third bill-
> the Starke City Commission because by paying their bills ing date, utilities are cut off;
y CSd IK I : decided Tuesday night to the money would be returned. said City' Clerk Merrill Ed-
double utility :.deposits effective However, the increased wards. ,
Month Oct. 1.Residential, deposits would cut down the Edwards said the increasewas
city turn-on or number of city losses due to too much, but reportedthat
transfer of utilities will now people moving without paying the city loses as much as
cost a total of$86.$50 for electricity ,delinquent bills. $1,400 a month on bad debts
$30 for gas and $6 for City electrical users are and was in favor of an in-
family centers Savings water.Commercial, deposits have now given two billing periods crease.

also doubled, so that busi--
nesses will pay $100 for electricity CitY Budget (From Page.1>----------- I
6R RI $50 for gas and $6 for
water, a total of $158.Commissioner ment for using my ''own 'Promotions of existing per-' I
Marc, vehicle," Tomasovitch, said. sonnel are planned when
.
U.S. 301 IHOPP1NG Starke, Fla. "Pre-Season Sale" Bowen said that citizens of existing fire chief Harold
CENTER Starke are proud of their Glasgow retires at the end of
open Moh Wed 9 to 8 Thurs Sat 9 to 9 Sun 1 2 to 6 police force, as proven at the January and the bottom man'
polls this month in a more- will not be replaced, the council
PRESTONEIIANTIFREEZE than-majority re-election of decided.
BATH SIZEJERGENS their chief, adding that "peo Lack of replacement personnel
ple in this town would be willIng and a cutback in vacation
to pay higher taxes or util-- and overtime allotment
ities to be able to sleep well at accounted for the lowering of
SOAPLimit i night. ,the fire department figure to
+ Part of consideration of the $81,351.Largest.
I I cut was the fact that the fed- single chop to the
Arlc.Charley eral Comprehensive TrainingAct budget was wielded in the
(CETA) provides the electrical appropriations, as
\ force with four additional the council again took bets
patrolmen. Proponents of the that fuel oil needs would not
E., personnel trimming said that rise and: natural gas allot.
4 GAL. Limit 2KIMBIES with the extra personnel the ments would increase. A
department could well affordto $550,000 allotment was set for
Johns lose three employees with fuel oil needs,as expenditure
,I' **A careless act can'cause out services suffering. to date tally $507,548, giving

GOLDEN I T DAYTIME I 30's I another person to lose Ida these Opponents were extra argued men, that not good.council another $75,000! to the'

sight.Jiig. masculinity..and replacements for existing personnel A total of $89,188 whittled
result In a law, suit for and the federal from utility monies left the
$100,000 or more* The government might look unfavorably ,department with just a tad
POLISHREMOVER Limit 2 DISPOSABLE usual $10,000 personal upon the cut, even more than a million dollars to
to the point of withdrawing its work with in the upcoming f is4
liability policy is no longer, assistance. cal year.
adequate dm the Charley Bowen pointed out that the An unopposed $14,278.30came
E. Johns Agency increase grant extends only through from parks and recrea
I I my ComprehensivePersonal June 30, 1976 and that operation tion for the city;mainly in the
I DIAPER( of the department wouldbe area of salaries. To date the
Liability to--
impossible beyond that department had overspentmore
Liniit 2 $100,000..eyen; .11,000,00(, date unless the force remainsas than$10,000 in personnel
for just a fe*dollars, more it is.Police. payouts,and council agreed to
Rmdaas?", efforts were alloted trim nearly $3,000 from, last"
$147,991 in the new budget as year's allotment.
AQUA I n NETHAIR GIRLS 7 to 14 Charley: E. opposed to the $169,061 Ball field construction and
already spent this fiscal year. park and playground equip-
JOHNS ,AGENCY Fire department expendi- ment suffered most severely
tures were trimmed of almost in the axe-handling of the de
I SPRAY DENIM I JEANS I II 131' SO.WALNUT ST. $8,000 but will still be getting partment.Noting, '
phone allocations of
PHONE 9A4-BO7O nearly $2,000 more than was
alloted in last.year's budget., nearly $7,000 for all city departments -
council agreed to
60% Cotton s' investigate the possibility of a
city Watts line. In order to
VEGETABIE 20 Off guarantee all constitutional
407. Polyester rights to people arrested in the
Limit 2
PlflNTS city, the police departmentmust
-- TANK call the Bradford public
defender who lives in Gainesville -
Early Girl ''SPRIYERSTOMATO Bowen said, accounting
i for more than$1,000 of the de-
KOTEXREG I 2-3-4 Gal. partment's budget.

n The Easy Way To Council will also look into_
getting an emergency bleeper <
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Special RTCONipN Spray Vegetables for the city, tOt
or SUPER Gardens eliminate costly,radio equip--:
I ir bills.;y.,. ;., :
SETS Lb. 997; fl.; "T'''5And Shrubs *, "mUlimidstreef dlsWul U'OI1 i
'I : '."creasing gas'consumer rate r
BOX OF 12 increases, mayor Chariest,
Schaefer asked council to x
APPLY FALL FERTILIZER NOW! again evaluate gas expendi-W,
Limit 2 : tures for the less .Natural gas $I
GROTONE allocations, expensive for
.i city and consumer than fuel''O
$ M rrc. / oil, have been on the rise and
WEED & FEED
further easing of controls are
LONG( HANDLESHOVELS( QUAKER I STATEMOTOR n 'I anticipated this 'year e I
Bag Covers 2.5,00 Sq. Ft.GROTONE '
Schaefer said,suggesting that)
I council might easily have*
overlooked a major source of',
I I OIL PELLETS WA81- $598p income. i
Counting on the gas allocation -;(
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1 SAVE 1", 50 lb. Bag, increase and city growth; '
council then agreed ,to*
30N.D.30H.D.I I 6-6-6 ,With Minors $499 "gamble" that expense, of
REG. $4" 50 tb. Bag running power plant; would be
Spreading Service AvailableAsk Us! lower than originally planned,
and would allow overage in,
the budget after cuts were 'l 5
roitn made. *%.i
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QUARTS I Box i of 12 SUPREME I
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CANNING JARS STEEL WOOL Mower In TradeEven '(From Page 1)j.'' .
tory control employee are'also','+
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in the works as the hospital;
( If It Won't' Run) heads into its new fiscal year.n'('

On A NEW TORO Built( account Operating for $1,449,773 expenseswUl'J'of\'the'/ft,

REG.3" BALLS For Safety &, PerformanceA allotment this year, leaving a M'contingency'
| 2 fund of about '
Limit 4 Model 1 For Every Need $30,165, Edmondson said.;, '

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empires flourished along the: A
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CARPET j PIECES RUG YARN PH. 96445745 Middle Europe Ages.had emerged In the 14th from century the,.' ,

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: a 1,500-mile stretch of 4
Pet Control Services the river, National '

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GOLDEN I I T GAYETY I The Kingsley Lake Fire Department is:not'', ;:\t

; listed in the Alpha section' 'the }
directory;; t,

LIGHT BULBS PAPER TOWELS I The number for this fire depa'rtmentmay(;' J

be found inside the front'cover': listed under.;/ : t

60 W Bradford County Fire' .Department This? ;

75 W100W number is 9646525.: ;, 4 t l'

"CH Limit 12 Limit 4 '''"..
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Kingsley Lake Fire Department actually
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the, number: for Camp Standing Fire 'De, ..*

partment. ,; t

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The Company 'request you make: th.*.1

changes ,your dlrect ry'n.wso'th.r.fwllI. '

Limit 2 be ,no delay, if at' a 'futuredateyau; 'should.

Limit 2 need, the fire department.
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August Land Sales .Total I $169., 266' I1RSOfCicesDecentrnlizing Into Districts


The Florida Department of the area where the clients are
STARKE Bradford trans- 3 of Seminole Ridge Subdivi- Life Assurance Society of the tine Denmark. Biddix of Lake Butler for sold lots 15 and 30 of that sub- Health and Rehabilitative and to make !HRS more efficient -
actions In County sion from Melvin and Ester United States and New York. Paul Maynard sold Lots 59, $36,500. division to Triangle "R" En- Services (HRS) is decentral- .
during the month of August Drake to Harold and Francis Dan Hankerson sold Lot 1, 65, 67' 61 and 63 on Pine Ave George and Rita Miller Jr. terprises for 12666. its Tallahassee office "Division" titles such as
totalled $619,266, bringing the McDavid for a sum of$55,000. of Block 5 In Livingston, nue in the Crystal Lake Subdi- and John and Joyce Miller and and izing scattering district offices. Youth Services, Vocational
annual total to $4,490,915 as John and Bobbie Jean Truby and Company Subdivi- vision to Martha J. Maynardfor James and Betty Miller of Rehabilitation, Retardationand
land sales continue at a brisk Suttles of Jacksonville gave sion to Julius and Leona Royalfor $12,300 Crescent City sold land In the Geneva Lake Estates sold The department will have 11 the like will be dissolved
pace.All. of Joe and Hazel Wall sold northern half of block lot 33 of that same subdivisionto
$40,200. for two parcels $2,000. 4 of new district offices. Bradford and will be realigned in var-
transactions ,were property on either side, of Loran and Ida Lee Brown approximately four acres,on Hampton six lots to Betty Leonard and Edith Carlsonfor County will be in the 3A dis- ious service categories as yet
valued at $55,000 or less, Mark Lee Starling Road east sold to John and Ann Hugheyof SR-125 in Lawtey to Leon and Miller for $39,500. 4500. trict along with Alachua unnamed.
according to calculationsfrom of US-301. Keystone Heights Lot 12 Diana Wilderson of Eglin Air Myrtle McKinney sold lot 12 Levy, Dixie Gilchrist, Lafay- District administrators will
tax stamps affixed to Charles and Bernice and the north 10 feet of Lot 13 Force Base for $8,900. of block 16 and lots 4 and 5 of L. Powell Gahagan sold a ette, Suwannee Hamilton, be appointed rather ,than
warranty'deeds in the clerk'svault. Baldree 'sold property in in Vollkopf Subdivision for Leland and Doshia Brown block 1 of Livingston, Truby parcel of land in the southeast Columbia,Union and Putnam. career service employees.
section 26-7-22 east of SR-100 38500. sold to John and Patsy Griffis and Company's Addition to quarter of the southeast The district headquarterswill They will answer to HRS Sec*
That figure is down from the to James and Cheryl Saundersfor Steve Whitehead sold .334 some property on Sampson the City of Starke to Calvin quarter of section 28 to Carl- be in Gainesville.The retary William Page. ,
one for July. That month $36,000. acre in the NWV. of the NWV4 Lake for $6,000.Charles Rodney for $6,000. ton and Jonell Whitehead for renovation is being The plan is expected to go
$783,833 worth of property Joe and Linda Braswell of Section 33-6-22 on SR-100 to and Judy Flynn Geneva Lake Estates, Inc. 5300. made to get powers more in into effect Oct. 1.
exchanges were recorded.' exchanged property in the Edward and N., Fanton for bought land in the southwest
That Is a $64 567 dip. of the southeast
northwest quarter of section 5- 25000. quarter quarter -
Largest sale of the month 7-22 on Lincoln City Road for Edward and Penelope Houk of section 26 from Anthonyand
was property at Lot 1-A, block $35,700 from the Equitable bought the west half of block Sandra M.'Proto Jr. .for
three of government Lot 1 in $4,500.
Lake Side Subdivision from The Geneva Lakes Estates
Effie Alderman for 11000. Inc. of Gainesville sold
REAL ESTATECourse Effie Alderman also sold the government lots 1 and-2 of
east half of block three of section 36 to W.C. Emery of 7 ,
government Lot 1 for $11,000to Keystone Heights for $30,000 t
OfferedAt Louis and Linda Stallings. Emery also bought from the
Nathaniel Harvey sold Lots same company a governmentlot
Keystone High School 8, 9, and 10 of Block Two of in the southwest quarter of
Gahagan Subdivision to Inez section 25 for $35,000. 11'\
,Harvey for 4700. Thomas and Mary Osborne F \
Bessie G. Mitchell of Royal sold to Fred and Millicent .
CLASSES START IN OCT. . Oak Mich.sold Lot 15, Block 2 Balkcom of Keystone Heights, ,
of Keystone Estates to George Lots 2 and 17 of Seminole
Wood of Jacksonville for Ridge Unit 5 for $8,000.
IF INTERESTED CALL: $5,000. Wood bought the ad- The Ott Corporation sold
joining lot 14 from Harold and Lots 40 and 41 of Seminole .
473-2761 Bessie Mitchell for the same Ridge Unit 6 to Jon Charles .
Mr. White at KH High School amount. and Margia Harrison of Lake

E.D. and Viola Allen sold Geneva for $6,100.
or about 10 acres in the southeast Sylvan ,and Alta Butemas Griffis & Son's Have Over 40 Years Of
473-4383 quarter of the southwest quar- sold land in the southeast ..
R. T. Loyorn Instructor
ter of section 21 on SR-325 for quarter of the southeast quar- I
$16,500 to Donald and Gloria ter of section 1 to Carl and Ann
Additional Information
For Wilson of Hampton. Johnson of Jacksonville for Experience In Fiberglassing-
Thomas and Patricia Clark $15,600.
Carlton and Clovett Craft ''
This Course Is Sponsored By bought Lot 7 from of Harrison'sSubdivision W.J. and bought Lots 4, 5, 6, and 7, of Griffis & Sons fiberglass located on US-301 N. The 15 foot Griff Craft Tri-IIull Built by Griffis &

St. Johns River Junior CollegeAt Ruth Underwood, paying Richfield's Farms from Gilbert '964-5531,owned and operated by Woodrow Griffis Sons is as steady of a fishing boat you will find

18000. and Louie Bell Crosleyfor & Sons, Woodrow, Jr., Leonard, Victor, and anywhere. All types of fishermen are using this

Keystone High School property Margaret at 420 Duncan N. Walnut sold the St. The$8,200.Ott Corporation sold Lot daughter Lucille are the fiberglass experts with Griff Craft both in fresh and sea water. If you

for $33,500 to S.G. and Ernes- 5 in Block C of Seminole Ridge over 40 years'of combined experience. They are want a boat that makes rough water fishing easy,
I Unit 4 to Daniel and Louelle custom builders of boats tool boxes for
fishing
you will have to try the Griff Craft....
Callahan of Gainesville for
$5,500. pickup trucks and dog boxes plus anything else

The Callahans in turn, sold you can make from fiberglass. Griffis&Sons also carry Gator Trailers and all the
SblctI p.rnini'' << that land to William and Jane accessories and parts that go with them. They

Graudons for $12,000. have a great selection of fishing tackle and equip-
)I BUILDING CONTRACTORS Paul and Kathleen
Crawford IHsold to John and ment. If you want to know what bait to use and
,.,. (C.itifi.d, Woodrow probably builds the best known fishing
Marion King one acre on S- where they are biting, Griffis & Sons have the
CUSTOM. 229-A in section 36 for $1,500. boat in the Southeast, the Stumpknocker. He has straight dope.
496-2185' Leonard Eakin sold to Ima- several sizes and designs to meet the needs of the
BUILT gene Easin the northwest When you think of Fishing boats, pleasure boats,
COMMERCIAL quarter of the southwest quarter individual fisherman.If you have a dream boat not
HOMES CONSTRUCTION of section 3'on SR-100 for *on todays boat market, Woodrow can make your or trailers, plus anything that can be fibergiassed,
,$2,500. dream a reality. you have to think of Griffis & Sons Fiberglass
COUNTRY HOME CENTER LAKE BUTLER Donald Brown sold a parcelof they are the recognized professionals....
land in the northwest quar
ter of section 5 to, Harold






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COACH SEXTON'S CREW MAKES ITS BREAK

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Big Red Defens Belts Buchholz 6-0 i




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STARKE Playing off two proud of the Tornado defenseor
big blockers, Tornado defen- Coach Sexton.
sive end Willie Perry suddenly "Our defense won the game "
whirled from their path and for us. That's the only way to s
tackled the Buchholz quarter \\1.." I put it, and Coach Sexton s"f'} !. ,
back for a two yard loss. deserves all the credit for pre- -3S
160 +r' paring them," Hurse said : .
Perry weight pounds, ; ;
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less than either of the onrush- '"',,0;', 1 I immediately after the game. I ; ;; II
ing blockers,but he got the job .. !S'.iI'. an, 1 hp '
done. That's the way Coach :. : irr dl The big Buchholz squad : J ,, .' :i"O I
Mike Sexton's defense oper- ..' "i./M! : yak Il looked awesome as it stretched ".
all the way across the "
ated Friday night in almost r
e. '
single-handedly beating fA. \.t (, field during warmups. But the -t'

Buchholz 6-0 for a District 5 ; ,.: .,,., / '.' physically superior Bobcats ." ..... Ii I
AAA vide y, evening the Tornadoes ... t were held to 19 yards on the
." in the first half and
at 1-1 for the season. .. ground -
It was the defense which set ; couldn't dig out a single first
I down through the.stingy Tornado -
up the lone touchdown that It wt(
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provided the winning margin., defense
The Tornado defense and big r Tornado defenders surround a Kuchhulz bull carrier at
Buchholz fought to a standoffin At the same time the Torna midfleld In a typical display of Bradford High gang tackling.
the first half. Somethinghad ,: ); ""I. / do offense didn't prove any
to happen in the second better through the ,fiuchholz he was finally pushed out of derson got three yards on first'
half to make the game go one -. defense, getting only one first bounds at the Tornado 45. It down. QB Robinson tried the
way or the other. down and 39 yards rushing in put the Big Red deep in a holeto power sweep around his left
The happening came the the first two quarters. start the game but Buchholzwas end on second down but found
first time Buchholz had the unable to capitalize on Tornado defenders all over
ball in the third period. Tornado STATISTICS offensive series which started him and was thrown for a yard
Kenneth Sterke suchhmra from the Tornado 45, 28, 38 loss. On third and ,
big
Cruger, seven
noseman A jubilant Tornado defense leaves the field as the referee recovered a loose football after Kenneth Cruger blocked, a I'lr.t Downs 4 r
.
operating from the tackle spoton signals toward the Buchholz endzone when Erie Bobcat punt. 72 VerdI Rushing 55 yard lines.Penalties Danzy put his head down and
a punting situation, rushed Biggs 13 Yards Puling drove around right end, but
in to block Steve Hardy's punt. 1.2.0 Paues Compl.t.d I.J.t hurt the Tornadoes linebacker Jimmy Clark plus
The ball squirted around on and nosed into the endzone on back. We let it all out," said Bradford's offense could get grass, places where an over- 15 2 Yards Pumkl.s P.n.llied Lost SO 0 -on the first series from two more Tornado tacklers
the muddy field and Brad- second down from the one CoachJSexton after his defense only two first downs and 85 dose of mole cricket poison ,.37 Punting Varda. S,25.3 the 45. Buchholz was unable to held him to, W yards.On .
ford's Erie Biggs captured it yard line. Jimmy Prevatt's had handed Bradford it's first total yards of offense on .the had killed the grass. run through the Big Red the Tornado 24'2': yard
on the Buchholz three yard kick for the extra point might win of the season. Sexton muddy field. ToucKdownn.. defense but the Bobcats line, the Bobcats tried and
line.It. have been long enough but it admitted his defense stunted A hard rain followed'' by a Tornado coaches, however, Extra I1 >rad Point took the Tornado offense was wide to the right. BUS almost every play.. Buchholzwas soft drizzle which lasted until weren't griping about the ties. A short punt gave Brad first down 51 a yards away,
two tries to drive the football held the slim 6-0 margin with limited to four first the half left the Bradford High mud. They admitted the rain. ford possession for the first But the Bradford defense, '
into the Buchholz endzone, but 6:11: left in the third period. downs, three of which came on football field wet, soggy, and evened a lot of things up. Buchholz returned the open- time on its own 10 yard line stopped Danzy just short after.
Beaver DeSue got two yardson The defense made it last. penalties,and 61 yards of total muddier by the minute. Holes But the weather made Heed ing kick off 38 yards to the a hard run.
his first try up the middle "We didn't .hold anything offense. developed where there was no Coach David Hurse no less Tornado 45, Duane Osgood The Tornado offense gained The Buchholz threat was ..,
handing off to Don Gainey seven yards in three plays but slopped but it left Bradford
going straight up the field. Bobcat linebacker Fred gridders to struggle out from
I The move fooled the Torna- Marion got in the Big Red their 19. The try was killed
does momentarily; Gainey backfield to prevent a first when a pitchout, end over end
almost broke for a TD before down. Jimmy Clark punted 43 and high, from QB Prevent,,Jj







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touchdown of the Buchholz game. It took the Big Red offense two tries from three yards out to. |
get ford.the score after Kenneth Cruger blocked a Bobcat punt and Krle: Biggs recovered for lii-ud--





I Certified Crop ?;: 'Flag OrganizeA FootballTo k"Pf



new men's flag football
league will have an organiza- ,t
tional meeting Monday, Sept.
29 at 7 at the old National
p.m.
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2 Plant analysis. Your Crop Care information about successful farming t

dealer will help you take samples, and ideas used in the area. And he can Bradford linebacker Paul Jenkins tried valiantly for thin',
handle all details of the tests. He draw on the experiences and Fri. Sat. Bobcat pass,so hard the referee called him for.pass interfer-;,
1 will provide you the printed report. techniques of other Crop Care eure. Tornado coaches disagreed. ;
analysis along with expert dealers, too Sun. Mon. & Tues.
.
,
from his 17 and Buch-
yards eluded runningbaek DeSue
.' interpretation. This service pinpoints ::5 Blazing Saddles holz again took over on the went awry. DeSue recovered
deficiencies in uptake of plant Skilled*professional Bradford 45.Tornado but could not prevent an 11
'4. ''h7 food nutrients. application. As a part of his total linebacker Jimmy' yard loss, back to the Brad
i 3 Crop Care service, your dealer offers L 301 Clark nailed the Buchholz ford. 10.
r One-source responsibility for custom application of fertilizer and runner,James Henderson, for ,A penalty recalled Clark's
no gain over right guard on
farm chemicals. Your Certified other farm chemicals. Applicationmay
your first down. Clark and defensive initial punt from inside his
/ j Crop Care dealer offers weed and be made by one of your Crop DRIVE-IN I back' Emmitt Bright endzone to the 47. His second
1 pest control programs, as well as Care dealer crews: Or he may, nailed Bobcat William Danzy, kick traveled only 28 yards?;
I /I fertilization of your crop land. Your arrange for application by. a qualified the top Buchholz runner, for Buchholz again taking over
1 Crop Care dealer is qualified to applicator. Fri. Sat.THEHOTT. no gam on the power play with excellent field position at'"
render a complete range of services'. The services your Crop Care dealer around right end. Bobcat the Tornado 38.

Doyle E. HazenIn from planting to harvest. offers are designed to help you get : quarterback Dale Robinson, Again the Tornado.defense''
on third and 10, tried to throw
maximum yield; and to free up your .'57 CHEVYON but Tornado linebacker Paul held,I Buchholz netting but a''
recognition of professionalismas time to do what you do best: Jenkins knocked it down. yard in three tries Steve
a supplier of farm services Your Certified Manage. Your Certified Crop Care THE ROAD Buchholz punted 35 yards, Hardy punted j Into the Tor-1
Doyle Hazen of Lake Butler Farm Crop Care dealer pledges dealer can provide professionaladvice Kenny Aycox returning the nado endzone''' and Richard
Center has been named as a to offer farmers do Lashley ran it out to the 22
and services to help you ,., punt to the Big Red 24 yard
member of the new Certified Crop Products and services best it better. line.Bi, yard line?;the Big Red again
Care network. suited for maximum efficient Remember, you get Certified Crop 1'fullback Jimmy Clark, taking over deep In Its own
Clark rive
territory.
crop production under local .Care Center services only where you running hard over right tackle and ran for
yards DeSue for JO
got 11 yards for Starke, following yards
Crop Care is a unique concept in growing conditions.-: see this sign: an offsides penalty for the lone Tornado, first,,
farm supply service especially Sound counsel on crop against Buchholz and a hold-, down of the first half. But a
designed for you the progressivefarm production based on soil test ing penalty'against the Big Tornado motion penalty and'an
businessman. and plant analysis services. Red got the ball out to the incomplete pass killed'the
Management takes time. Time to Product Tornado 30. On second down budding drive.

plan. Time to think. Time to make services application that fit equipmentand customer and four, QB Jimmy Prevatt Clark punted 44 yards to the
decisions. Good management also needs. and runningback Beaver Buchholz 22, Alvin McDonald'
takes professional help and advice DeSue mishandled: a pitchout, returning 16 yards to the
A staff of professional people and Buchholz end Charles Buchholz 38. For
the first time
when and where it Is needed. .
Cook came with the wet '
.. up in the ,
with the
experience, game Bradford High
Your
Crop Care dealer offers these
knowledge and capability to : IwMiaMNWa ball.Getting had some breathing room.,
'services, designed to give you the PMIW. the first real break Neither
team
kind of professional help you need relate to local grower 13. of the game, Buchholz startedits remainder of the threatened half. "the, ';
,''.' to better manage your cropping requirements. PLU? third offensive series from
'I't programs: A progressive retail business the Tornado 28 yard line. Hen' ''ISt't' l'ags' 6f'DeWitt >' ..

, dedicated to building and .. _.
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in quality of products and C. '
testing service Your Certified Crop services. Jones :
Care dealer will assist you in obtaining METROCOIORMNAvlSION I
, r' soil samples and will send them for X .

I, you to a leading soil analysis 4 Sun. Mon & Tues Funeral Home. .:;
; laboratory. The laboratory soil Professional counsel Your '
i analysis and computerized fertilizer Crop Care dealer is well Informed onT CrSbCare MandiflgoPLUS STARKE PHONE 964.6200RENTAL r
r If recommendations will be reviewed all matters associated with efficient .a'and J"I% .
'. q. I AtJi'Ji, ...
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Having suffered a banged up shoulderand got most of its yardage from and the Tigers took an 8-7 lead
trouble and down 7-0 to P.K. will be out four to five the middle run and often the with 4:53: left in the first half.
Yonge in the second quarter weeks, according to Head quarterback sneak. PKY got the kick at the 19
Union High footballers found Tiger Coach Jack Jones. The score came on a 25 yard yard line and got six yards on
the outside option to be its Smith was selected as the pass from,quarterback Josh the first run. After that the
bread and butter and went on area back of the week by the Hellstrom to Bob Adamson.The Tigers completely contained
to overpower the Blue Wave Gainesville Sun for his per- extra point kick, also by them and the Wave had to
28-7 Friday night. formance Friday night; Hellstrom was good and PKY punt from the 24 yard line.
The Tigers are now 2-0 on was In front 7-0. x
the early season after shuttingout "We're going to miss Smitha Union got the ball at its own
West Nassau 28-0 at homein lot, but we have a good team Glen Kemp got the kick for 30 yard line.-Jackson scrapedup
the season opener. Now the and we plan on doing the best Union and ran almost 30 yardsout two hard :yards on two
.1W? 'qr Tigers are in the middle of with what we have," says to the 44 yard line where runs up the middle and the
three straight road games, Coach Jones. the Tigers took over with a Tigers were at the 32 yard line
which leaves them facing first down. Cummings went up with a third down. Then,
Chiefland tomorrow night the middle on the first play for Smith sped around left end on
(Friday; Sept 26)) at 8 p.m. in ITATIfTICSLB PRY two yards, then on second another pitch-out and broke
what should prove one of the loose for a 68 yard sprint and Sam Jackson loose
S Pint' Downs 11 down Jackson broke loose gels around the outside lo score u Titter
tougher games of the year. aYards Rushing SO around right end with a quickrun another Union TD. The extra touchdown against P.K. Yonge last Friday night til 47 Yards Fining IM for 34 yards and a first point run by Smith was no Field In Gainesville.
w. a The had two 1.4.0 PC-P-ri II-2J-0
Tigers
with 100 runners 110 P.n.'lll.. 13 down,at the Wave 35 yard line. good and the Tigers were in
Glen over yards againstP.K. front 14-0 with 1:15: left in the
Kemp loose and
gets his Loo'
keeps on the hole. I Fumbles 1
eye open ., Yonge Leading rusher 1 Punt 1 half. the right side of the line for 19 For the miuiiiulcr was runnlngback Sam On the next play Smith went yards and a first down at the game both' twins gut< t pnxl
Jackson with 131 yards. around left end on the option First down Tiger quarterback 31 yard line of the Waver steady drives into 'Ion-tun
- Speedster Luke Smith railed CORK BY QUARTERS: and behind good blocking Danny Hazen missedhis territory but neither
'it-inn .
McGriff-Shields VinMen's up 128 yards in just three L PRY* 0 07 14 14 00-7 021 went 35 yards for the touch first pass of the night to Kemp then burst through could put I logellu-r I liny :MOMS.Linebuck : ; .'
carries, after entering the down. Smith rushed around Tim Whitehead then on second right guard for 11 yards and
game late and leaving early left end for an extra two points down Jackson broke through another Tiger first down at the (VdrickUirrcn ,_
with an injured shoulder. PKY received the opening 20 yard line.Jackson MUM the Tigers (leading tncKJer.J ,.
Doubles Title Fullback L.W, Cummings also kickoff at the 30 yard line. In pushed for three with 14. This is the m-rnncl
pitched in with 98 yards. two sets of downs the Blue UHS Expects Tough Game In Chiefland yards on first (then broke week he luis gotten I the tiilc.
Union High rolled up a total of Wave had moved down to the through right guard for (the 17 Billy Williams luis l>cen doing
STARKE Jerry McGriffand predicted by tournament 417 yards using its patented 25 yard line of the Tigers "Chiefland is a hard core 287. Union has now won 22 out yard touchdown run. Hazen a good job-n( (K'l i-nsivc ('//II''.
Bill Shields found the director Grover Howard. triple option offense with before Union held them on a football team and they looked of 25 games. got the extra two points on the according In loncs.
going a little tougher than Randy Crews and Cliff veteran quarterback Eddie fourth down and took over at real'good in the jamboree" "We have a lot of respect for keeper and Union was infront
anticipated in their 5-7,6-4,6-3 Lawson edged by Andy Crews Hazen at the controls. There the 22 yard line. says Head Tiger Football Chiefland and we do have the 22-7 with 8:45: minutes left in "Fred. (.lemons/ / and| I.uaerl'lyattatthei'IIci "
win over George Pierce and and Larry White for a 5-7,6-2, were two touchdown runs of 60 Union opened up with a 32 Coach Jack Jones of the host concern of being on the road. the third period.On .I.ivetauklehelped >
J.E. Tomlinson during the last' 7-5 championship win that yards.With. yard break up the middle by team this Friday night at 8 You never know what the us on our nulsidc runs.
match of the Starke Invitational took the best from both teams. less than six minutes Cummings then couldn't move !home team has cooking," first down Hazen was playing/ un I lie hnehaeker. 111111 l
Tennis Tournament left in the first half the Tigers the ball and was forced to punt p.m.Chiefland was the last teamto according to Jones. just a little long on his attempted they were 'the key 'to I jiiicli
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finals last weekend. Ruth Hazen and Lynn were down 7-0 then Union from the 43 yard line beat Union High team on Last week was the first of pass to Whitehead out SIIYH11I'14/ .
Pierce slid by Donna Sam- scored twice, once on a 35 The Tigers were trying runs the road. That was two years four straight away games. then on second down Cummings I'KY.. qii| nr I erli.ickHellstrom
Shields belted an easy 6-1,6- mons and Merri Ormsbee 6-3, yard break and the other a 68 up the middle of the line and ago and revenge is on the After the road trips the Tigers rammed up the middle \ liil l JIIM' under! ;.Mipercent /
3 men's singles championship 6-0 for top honors in' girls' yard sweep, both by Smith. the Wave was stopping the mind of Jones and some of the will play four straight home and busted through all the netting II lit>l :it! (uissexlor
victory over Tomlinson in the doubles play but had a little The Tigers were in front 14-7 Union effort. UHS had the ball players still on the team that games. way to the goal line, 65 yards iHIH.V:' | Its| tar this \\:1":
Saturday afternoon matches, tougher time reaching before the half ended. at the 27 yard line of the Wave played in the game. Chiefland put a good beatingon from the line of scrimmage. the main ucix.'n.| / hoid. |I'|,"<
which carried over into decision between them in the and were stopped on fourth Trenton in the opening The extra point attempt was quarterback) keeitr.| I Hie \\a\r
Sunday due to rain. However, singles battle. Pierce came Smith gained his total of 128 down at the 23 yard line. The now 2-0 Tigers have had game of the season but didn'tdo no good and the Tigers were in hud
Tomlinson and Pierce seemed out on top 4-6, 6-4, 6-4, in the yards rushing in just three This time the Wave got the two decisive wins over West much against Newberry front with the winning score I'nion iu'ctiiiiiil.ilril&l I 1111
to'have decided "the boys" rain-interrupted match with runs, averaging just over 42 ball and drove down for the Nassau 28-0 in the opener and last week, according to Coach 28-7. with 6:24: minutes left in' .sards in penaltiesrnnmnreil.. ./ ; < 'sh uld.not have it so easy in Hazen. yards per carry. But Smith first score of the game. PKY P.K Yonge last Friday night Jones. the third quarter. tol'KV'slU.\ .. : :! .

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To Tackle Undefeated PiratesSTARKE ,



Bradford full speed in either of the first In fact,coaches expectit will defensive middle guard at back Jimmy Prevatt, 170-11;
gridders travel to Fernandina two games because of minor be difficult to replace Perry in which Pooser excels. running back Beaver DeSue
tomorrow night (Friday, Sept. injuries which have slowedthe the starting defense when Godsey, 180, and Perry 170-12, halfback RichardLashiey
26)) for an 8 p,m. meeting withthe players.The Carter returns. Perry's performance Bryan, 190, a transfer student 190-12, and fullback
undefeated Pirates in the veteran Tornado back- gives the Tornadoes from Keystone High, gives the Jimmy Clark, 220-11.
first road game of the 1975 field will look better and needed depth at defensiveend. .Tornadoes two capable offen-
season. better as the team as a whole sive guards. Defense: ends Jay Godwin,
Fernandina last week edged improves, Hurse says. Other than that, the Tornado 190-11, and Willie Perry 160-
7-0 by Bishop Kenny on the "We'll have a good offense Another boost for the Big starters should be about 12; tackles Marty Russell, 220-
Jax team's new field. The before the year is over." Red team is the return to the same as the previous two 10, and Wayne Scott 200-12,
week before the Pirates Only doubtful starter for the practice this week of Mike games. They are: and middle guard Scott '
downed Palatka Central 20-14 Fernandina game is defensiveend Godsey, a big solid gridder Pooser, 185-12. Linebackerswill Beaver DeSue carried 18 times for just 47 yards against Buchholz, hampered by the wet
after leading 20-0 at the half. Keith Carter who rein- who didn't come out for fall Offense: tackles Tommy be Jimmy Clark, 220-11. muddy field and the big Bobcat defense. Here DeSue Is down In the Tornado backfield as he
Fernandina had to throw jured a knee when he turned practice because his familywas Edwards, 222-12, and Charles Curtis Crawford, 165-12, andPaul was many times Friday night.The Tornado offense held Its own with Buchholz however, and
against Kenny to move the sharply to go to the huddle in going to move out of state. Reams, 210-10; guards Perry Jenkins, 165-12. Monsterman refused commit the crucial mistake that would have lost the game.
football. The Pirates rolled up the Vanguard game. Willie The move never materializedand Bryan, 190-12, and Mike God, ,will be Emmitt Bright,
155 yards of offense, and had Perry replaced Carter for the Godsey's return will bols- 180-11; center Jeffrey 16512. Jerome Reddish, 170-
three sacks of the quarterback Buchholz game and did so ter the offensive guard corps. Jockel, 170-11; split end Erie 12, will be at the corner,
according to BHS well that Carter will be held Godsey will enable Scott Biggs, 140-11, and Jackson Safetys will be Kenny Aycox, rml-I.-m-.MM-IuN
scouts. Two Kenny drives out until everyone is certainthe Pooser, who has been going Prevatt, 150-11; tight end 160-11, and Richard Lashley,
were snuffed out with pass In- knee healed.. both ways, to play more. Steve Ernest,.175-11; quarter- 19012. .

tercetions ,I
The Pirate touchdown :
which beat Kenny came on a Coaches On BHS Defense"Mike III ,SEE OLIN, HE WILL TRADE =
57-yard pass from quarter High
back Rick Stockstill to slot ',FOR ANYTHING
back Jimmy Jones, the favorite I-
target of the Pirates. deserves all the of holding up the middle of the "All the boys need now is named offensive lineman of 111I
Stockstill has completed 18 of credit. His defense did a line." game experience," Coach the week by coaches.' Coach FROM
27 passes, a 67 percent completion tremendous job," Head Pooser had six tackles Sexton reiterates. Chilson also had words of III
rate. He is accurate Tornado David Hurse against Buchholz, Scott nine, The defensive secondaryalso praise about each performer ,
and can throw long. unreservedly says of Bradford and Russell eight.Linebackers drew high praise from tor a sound job against = \A BATTLESHIP =
Stockstill, the son of new High's 6-0 shutout of big Jimmy Clark Coach Denny Hansen, and Buchholz. The offensive line ;;
Fernandina Coach Joel Stock- Buchholz. with nine tackles, Paul Coach Hurse. up is center Jeff Jockel, weak :
still, should give the young "The defense set up the T.D. Jenkins with nine, and Curtis "I couldn't be happier ,with tackles Bobby Smith and :1 TO ARILLY
Tornado secondary plenty to Okay, we've always con- Crawford four. The three their play so far," says Charles Reams, each rf
think about. The BHS secon- sidered ourselves a defensive were rotated as linebackersand Hansen, the defensive weighing 210 and each a : '
dary has been performingwell team. That's our philosophy," all turned in sound per-- secondary coach. The sophomore guards Scott GOAT! III
however, according to Hurse states. formances, Sexton says. Clark secondary did a good job Pooser and Ferry Bryan, and x' III
Coach Denny Hansen. "I'm proud of everybody. turned in his best per- protecting against the pass tight end Steve Ernest.
Fernandina is a well disci- Everybody put forth a very formance to date. but still reacted quickly to the Bryan is a transfer from ? For A Down ...
plined and aggressive ball fine effort,' says the head "1 think our linebackercorps run, Hansen points out.f Keystone Heights. At 190, he 11I1
club under Coach Stockstill Tornado, paying high tributeto will begin to start Safety Kenny Aycox was has worked himself into a I
who moved into Nassau his gridders who the week showing improvement as the named defensive back of the starting position on the Payment
County this year from Ken- before looked like a completely weeks go by," Sexton says. week on the basis of his Tornado eleven. 'a L
tucky where he established an different team in "We're getting stronger and correct position, although Another bright spot for the DnA Home III
impressive record, accordingto losing the season opener 2713to stronger. All three boys are Hansen admits he was swayedby offense is the return of David < III ,
Bradford Coach David Ocala Vanguard. very fine ball players who the key pass interceptionnear Godsey, a 180 pound guard, :'III
Hurse. "I'm sure not many people have yet to reach their the Bradford goal as.,the who thought he was going to ,.
The Pirates will be more thought we'd win. But I did, potential. end of the game. But it was a move but didn't. Godsey came
equal physically to BHS. the coaches did, and kids did. tough choice, Hansen says, out this week and will see i.1 I
Tackle Daniel Rhodes, 216-12, "We told ourselves all week Kenneth Crugeris the utility praising the performance of action soon. !Would You Bvlivvv
is the biggest man on the, 'We've f just gotta be man of the line, butvhe! made monster man Emmitt Bright, "We'll have a good offense .
squad. His running mate is a prepared' the biggest play Frida>,when cornerback Jerome Reddish, before the year is over ,
180-pound senior, RaymondKeen. A difference in attitude is he blocked the Buchholz punt and safety Richard Lashley. Coach Hurse says. "We'II Olin's as a.
the way Hurse explains it. His which led to the Tornado move the ball well.". 1_' 'a
Pirates ends are Stanley players, Hurse says, have no touchdown. Avoids Mistakes Against Buchholz the 24x60 3BR 2 B
Riner 170-12; Jimmy rivalry with Vanguard, but "Cruger came through with While the Tornado offense Tornadoes proved they can :'I This Includes
Rodeffer/ 170. The split end is Buchholz is a different the play that turned the game didn't shine as brightly as the stay with anybody physically, Set 'I
Leonard Peterson, 15511. The matter. around," Sexton says. "He's defense Friday night, it did Hurse says. :. DOUBLEWIDE $1 100 Delivery Up,
guards are Jim Rushing, 175- "They wanted this one." really quick defensively.We're well enough under extremelywet "It was a big win for us. We i*, T/edDown& .
11, and Dan Craig, 180-11, and Hurse says he could tell the utilizing his quicknesson conditions to avoid losing, had to have it to have any kindof FOR III
the center is Fred Dotson, 180- difference in the team during pass rushing Cruger a Coach Hurse points out. The season to look forward to." Fully Furnished!Set Up & Del. Hook Up To
12. warm ups Friday night.As 170-pound sophomore, also offense improved enough in a It was the first step toward the mm Water & Sewer III
Bacis offensive formation of Coach Sexton puts it, spells Pooser at the nose week not to commit ,the state championship, Hurse '1,000 Down i'1'Per Month .
the Pirates is a strong I, with matter of factly: position. crucial mistake., stated. I .
three deep backs. Then the "I thought we had a good Cruger now has blocked a Offensive line Coach Roger Use Our Lay-A-Way Plan
halfback will move to the split kick in both in
over-all team -effort- defen- varsity games Chilson, himself a former' -----
end side making it a slot.' sively. -. '. which he has played. It was an Tornado player of reknown, a Small Will Hold "I
A Amount The
Sometimes Jones lines up on' -"Marty Russel-played-his extra point attempt against has faith in his young linemen. ,i If most of us are ashamed of i Homepf;
p the split end side and some defensive tackle position as Vanguard. then the Buchholz, ."The offensive improved", shabby clothes and shoddy' "
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times on tight end side after furniture, let be OLIN'S MOBILE
well as anybody: could punt."I over the past week,*>Chilson, us more
moving from the halfback possibly play it." Russell, a says. "It seems each week we ashamed of shabby ideas and I
slot.Fernandina five 225 pound sophomore playinghis 'think our defense will improve a little more. shoddy philosophies. LI HWY 100 W. 964-5606 STARKE

front on defense,a featuring man named second Tornado varsity Lineman game, was of sistency continue," Coach to develop Sexton says.con satisfied"If we with don't ourselves become, we'll -Albert Einstein .. .. .. .. .. .

noseman Marvin Mobley, 180- the Week for his job in stop- The Tornadoes will have an have a fine offensive,line in a
11, and the same two tackles ping Buchholz on its favorite excellent defensive team by game or two."
from the offense, Rhodes and play, an off-tackle power play the season's end, and the Senior tackle Tommy
who both The
Keen, go ways. based on double teaming the defense will get better with Edwards, an all-state per- NOTICEOF
ends are Steve McQueen, 170- '
defensive tackle"Buchholz' each game. former last season, was
12,who also runs some at fullback offensive attack
and Chuck Lynch, 155-
was geared for the defensive
11.
..The two linebackers, Gene tackle hole," explains Coach
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.,;coward. 155-11, and Bill New Sexton.the double"Russell team.just He stackedup got low Pre-Season TAX INCREASEThe :
180-12, pinch in on either side :
more and wouldn't give ground. Asa ,,'
*-,1 nose man playing
{\wa;'d the middle of the line result." the hole wasn'tthere. :", .1

Jones t*I""ote f, ,Tornado the cornerback pass linebackers.receiver is Jimmy, and had Defensive 11 tackles end, many Jay Godwin comingoff HMTINGc11E City Of Lawtey Proposes ,' j;I

the other is Reggie Albert, 140- that off-tackle play which 1 .
11. Safetys are Jeff Whitaker, Russell stacked up.
135-11, and Bill Featherston, Both defensive ends, Sexton
To Raise Your TaxesA ::
16512. says, turned in fine performances Property
Tornado coaches feel Fer Jay Godwin and
nandina probably will go witha Willie Perry, starting his first .v
I three man pass defense in an game, had 11 tackles to lead n
attempt to get more men up the Tornado defense in that
Public On The Increase
front to stop the Bradford department. "Willie made a Hearing aro J
option play around the end. couple of real big plays.
"Our kids are beginning to Godwin's technique and rod
get a little excited now. They execution was much improvedover
know they have a chance for the previous week." The Last Word In Comfort t Will Held '''P
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the state playoffs. I'm real A steady performance was Tuesday September 30
also turned in ,
happy for them, they've come by senior ,
such a long way," says Coach defensive tackle Wayne Scott, .
Hurse. 195, says Sexton. Scott did a SIBBUER
The Tornadoes are in good good job and is fast becominga
i physical condition, a trade steady ballplayer, the coach At 7:30: P.M.
mark of former good BHS says. "',' ,
football teams. That paid off "I feel Scott and Russell's Central ; "0
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Friday night against larger' continued Improvement will "
Buchholz, Hurse points out. amke it" tough for people to run ,;" In The Lawtey City HallExplanation 'i"' ,
Hurse is beginning, he says, on us.
to see some improvement in Noseman Scott Pooser, the Wall t
(the Tornado backs.' "They only experienced player on i. .
looked quick today," Hurse the front five, turned in
said after practice Monday.The another steady performance. 'It'
backfield has not been at "Pooser does a heckuva a job Furnace : Because of a slight increase in tax,


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taste? of victory for the Baby and totaled about 200 yards for ball into the endzone. and Bradford was threateningto punter David Carter was

Tornadoes Sept.18, when they both teams. One Tornado touchdownwas put six more on the unable to get the ball away _
defeated the Live Oak "The Tornado touchdowncame foiled when, at the bottomof Scoreboard, with the ball on and, the Bulldog defense
Bulldogs 8-2 in the opening fourth the Live Oak nine-yard line, pounced on the ball.
the
on a 60-yard punt return quarter, Tyson
game of the season. by Marvin Tyson with 7:52: left returned a punt, making the when the game ended. And though a disap-
in the third quarter. score, but the TD was called The Bulldogs scored when, pointment Head JV Coach
But victory came only after Butch Redding said the two-
The two-point conversioncame back-there were too many I with the line of scrimmageback
the bitter taste ,of penalties point giveaway was okay.
on a fluke of luck when Tornadoes on the field. at the Starke 6-yard-line "I'd rather give up two

-' points than a touchdown any

Defense Belts (From Page 6)) ---------------- day" he said. I
I I Buchholz Redding praised the defense i
for its performance in that I
night game.
Taking the second half kickoff holz 34 yard line. Immediately the yardage in'big chunks. Big over the punting chores 'The defense saved the
on his 15, Tornado Kenny the Tornadoes drove toward fullback Jimmy Clark,6-4 and Jimmy Prevatt booted the game for us," he said, adding, I
Aycox returned it to the Buch. the Bobcat goal, chewing up 215, carried through the Bob- football 48 yards to the Buch- "It stopped 'em pretty well/ I
cat line for 7, 9, and 3 yards. holz 23 with red jerseys thereto "Any time you have to kick I
&a: ; DeSue got the call and went' prevent a return. from within your own goal,
over left tackle for six yards Jay Godwin stopped Buch- there's a lot of pressure. he
down the Buchholz nine yardline. holz' Henderson for a yard at said.
It looked like a certain right tackle. But on second 4Freshman
1 Bradford touchdown.On down QB Robinson passed Defensive starters in the

third and four from the complete to 6-5 David Dickey game were defensive ends tailback Marvin Tyson proved the varsity football team has things to look forward
LiVilL17 nine, DeSue was stopped cold and Henderson added seven Roland Cummings and Bill to as he scampered 60 yards on a punt return last Thursday for the Baby Tornadoes' only score
I over right guard. On fourth yards over tackle for a Bobcat Hayes, tackles Dennis Brown in the 8-2 win over Live Oak.Tyson also rounded an end and threaded his way down the sideline
down three Bobcats ended up first down at the Bobcat 31. A and Craig Holmes for another apparent TD, but It was called back because BUS had too many men on the field.
in the Tornado backfield, and 15-yard pass interference call linebackers David Dailey andHal

I ys a QB Jimmy Prevatt was on the Tornadoes gave Buch- Higgenbothem, safeties has a gleam in his eyes and come around, we can only go They aren't the only ones .
I hurled for a five yard loss. holz another first at midfield. David Carter and Henry Pete, confidence in his boys. up."
Again the Big Red defenserose Bobcat QB Robinson tried to cornerback Allen Norman and Redding is too, and he looks
I to the occasion, holding throw, couldn't find an open monster man Esau Bright.He He said there were "too "They believe in us, and we forward to keeping the good
-Mrk-iu: ; Buchholz to seven yards in receiver, and ran nine yardsto gave special, attention to many mental mistakes," and believe in them," he said. record the team had last year.
I ; L three downs. From the 21, the Bradford 41 before Chuck Register, saying he they nearly cost them the "And they are"excited about The next game is scheduled
Hardy went back to punt, Emmitt Bright made the stop. "did an outstanding Job." game. their first win. for tonight at 7 p.m.
I standing inside the Tornado 10 The first down run got( two Redding said both offense
yard line.Kenneth. yards to the Tornado 39 where and defense did perform He said though, that they ,Y
I Cruger, playing Willie Perry made the stop. soundly, though. He said the were"a young bunch of kids/
I tackle in the kicking situation, With just 4:08: left in the offense "must work on the many of whom were playing
dodged inside the gap, avoid- game QB Robinson went to the rushers on the pass." for the first time.
ing the blocking Buchholz air on second down. Robinson Despite a rather awkward- Of the inexperienced bunchi
lineman, and blocked Hardy's sent a long, high bomb toward looking game, Redding still Redding said ",
punt. The blocked kick the goal where big David
bounded sideways and toward Dickey stood waiting for the
the\ goal.. The wet, slick foot- ball to come down. Bradford's Meet
ball squirted through the Kenny Aycox was waiting off Baby Tornadoes
grasp of one Buchholz player, to the side. Suddenly Aycox
then two Tornadoes had a leaped in front of Dickey and
shot. One Tornado missed intercepted the long pass. Vanguard Here TonightSTARKE
before Erie Biggs scrambled Aycox was tackled on the -
atop the football. Bradford eight yard line, but
Bradford High had a first the Tornadoes owned the foot. The contest Besides that, the defense .
down on the Buchholz three between the Bradford High has worked on pass blocking
t ball.With Tornadoes and the and staying with the
yard line. time on his side Tor- Baby -
II The jubilant Tornado de- nado QB Jimmy Prevatt Ocala! Vanguard Knights receivers..
fense came off the field as a handled the ball very care- might prove to be a rough one,
unit, the offense taking over at fully, not wanting to lose It as both teams won their first For this game Redding said Nobel Horn**Cost Let Money Than...
i. the Buchholz three yard line. deep in Bradford territory. A games of the season last week. he hopes to throw a little more
: Lynn Pierce, Ruth Ilazen, Merrl Ormsbee, and Frieda Runningback Beaver DeSue five yard offsides penally than last week, but balancing S. eswLTENNOMe IVANWAV HOMES *
ti/:McDonald In midst of a three mile run In preparation for Frl- rammed the middle for two against the Bobcats between that and running the HINCMIRItr HOMII I 63SQ.FT.
up pushed .
{...day'a)opening. cross country meet with P.K.Yonge In Galnes- hard earned yards on first the ball out to the 13. There But, then again, the Baby ball. A NATIONAL CUSTOM' HOMf lull!MOMIWCSTON q 11 .
Tornadoes smacked Live Oak
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\'lIIe. down. On second down DeSue Prevatt kept and fell on the There won't be any changesin : MONKS $ .
last week in an 8-2 score, while MOST OOUBLI' WIDE"
again slammed the middle of ball first down. On second
on
the lineup, and "hopefullythere MOSs HOMES
il Girls'. Cross Country the Buchholz behind the down Prevatt was nailed in the Knights South.only squeezed by won't be as many mistakes COMPLETE
blocking of center Jeff Jockel, the backfield for a three yard Palatka ," Redding said. 'ALL ,MATtHIALS. 'INSTALLED 'INCLUDING CLECTHIC' PLUMBING
guards Perry Bryan and Scott loss. DeSue got nothing over But scores might not CENTRAL AIM CONDITIONING, 4 ""AT. CMPfTINO .AND DRAPES.

*. 'Going, To Be Great" Pooser, and tackles Bobby. left tackle. matter, because the Knights ."They've got a good team," "1500 Squir tool minimum,F.O.,niarut fKlory. plus local T....
KAKT Smith and Charles Reams. From the nine yard line, have a very good passing Redding said. .n<"""mtl Bradford &
.. The Tornado runningback got Prevatt went back into the team Head BHS JV Coach .
w just enough room to nose over endzone to punt. Facing a Butch Redding said. Clay Counties
." the goal line underneath a hard Buchholz rush the Brad Win or lose, though, there
BHS Girl's Coun- And the Bradford last hard R. T. Loworn Realtor
The Cross Bobcat tackler Bradford led ford quarterback coolly game could be no feelings BEL ,
try Track team is running week was saturated with because Redding and the Van- 1N10 P. O. Box 725
6-0 with 6:11: left in the third punted the football 32 yards
know yourCarpetin three miles a day in preparation period. upfield,.a high boot which the penalties,,but Redding said guard Coach Mickey Agner I E S Keystone Heights Fla.
for its first meet this the boys have worked those football for
on played together
The snap from center op the Tornadoes covered when it hit 473.3254 473-4691 .
fridayiwlth P.K.:.Yonge and extra point was wobbly)- the''ground .not allowing!I mental mistakes. t Bradford! : High.. n ,. @. NITE 4734152Sale
schools in name
Buchholz high ,, coaches say,. causing placer Buchholz return.. : /
'Gainesville.
'"" Jackson Prevatt From the Tornado
to set on (Ihe' 40( yard
to be
"These" girls are going tee at an angle, thus the line Buchholz had its final
great, 'says Coach Melba missed extra point by Jimmy chance. The Bobcats took too
jtaberf L. Howard, anticipating a really Prevatt. much time on first down and 6th
.. good season for the first offi-
Knowing time was runningout were penalized out to tile 45.
KitchensJUTE cial girl's cross school.country team the Bobcats bean a more QB Pete Lang took over for
al the high determined offensive effort. the Bobcats for three straight
Howard said that Ruth
The Big Red defense stoppedthe pass attempts, but the Tornado -
T Hazen is her strongest runner, Bobcats after the kickoff. pass coverage forced '
and plans to start Lynn Willie Perry darted in to stop Lang to eat the football all
Linda Richardson
Pierce, QB Robinson for a seven yard three times. Big Red line
OR Merrl Ormsbee and Frances loss, and Marty Russell and backer Curtis Crawford
RUBBER BACK Coltrane as well in Friday'smeel. Jay Godwin combined to- tackled Lang when he tried to

throw Robinson for an eight run on first down after no OIhU1iUi'STU.
Should you select carpet Two other starters will be loss the Bobcat receiver was Kenneth
yard
as signal
with |lute backing, or chosen to the team, open
complete
rubber backing? First, Howard said. Vying for the caller Buchholz tried punted to pass., the Torna-' down Cruger, and nailed Jay him Godwin on second and ; 'iit& 0 L FLEA COLLARS
let' define the two terms. starting positions are Frieda ..
does took over on their 46 yard Scott Pooser on third down to
Jute It woven backing
a Fay McDougald, Nancy
line, but on second down and end the game.
derived native to from India,fibrous,and the plants) Far Cindy McNeal Griffith., Karen Crawford and two yards to go QB Prevatt t I W FOR DOGS & CATS

East. Rubber Is a cushioned i. BHS was represented in lastyear's and fullback Jimmy Clark r. JRAVEt ZEBRAS 3 _..
mishandled hand-off. Buchholz' --
a -- -
carpet back. : -
spongy district
cross-country RED WAGS PLATTIES
AND TRICKSTRAVELING .
tackle Greg Newman fell BUY ONE AT REG. PRICE
ing.Rubber meet, Howard said, on a"spurof
ball.
the loose
backed carpets on BLUE GOURAMI
the moment" decision by WITH KIDS
do not require padding, the girl's tennis team members Taking over with 2:11: left in The stewardess not be 4
may
the third ,Buchholz dug KISSING GOURAMIES
whit |lute backed carpet period
FR
to lest their running babysitter, but she'll be
needs underneath.* separate However,pad the abilities.laced Ormsbee sixth, Hazen, seventh and out went one Into first the down fourth as quarter.the game It your happy to lend a hand warming PARADISE 89 GET ONE E $198-
1 bottle and preparing special
of rubber backed car- ninth was fourth down and three .
: cost in the
combined cost and among 40 girls from the Tornado >351, and food. Simply tell her what you'llneed MOUTH BREEDERS E
pets and the three
after
74 meet only before takeoff, so she can
for the first
Buchholz went
i of |lute and pad will likely
weeks practice. help before the get tied up
Russell you
down. But
Marty
be quite close In the same
j 1 quality el goods. thinking"I'm getting about howwell excited they just stacked up the off tackle slant, serving meals.. HAMSTER CAGE
I So, It's to the holding it to a yard. Bradfordgot a
Individual really customer.up We will"do with an official sea-' possession but big Jimmy At airports, ground hostesseswill 10 % OFF ON

.have.. i carpets with lute son Seven, Howard meets said.scheduledso Clark was called for spearingand help you to and from thee, WAS +7M


backing backing.Look'oyer.and Take our with vast your rubber'selection pick. tional St.far Augustine at, including St. Joseph are Oct.an Academyin 4 Invita-where Spearing thrown into an is out offensive ramming of the player game.a helmet aircraft for made your comfortable and flight see while that you you wait are [EVERYTHING IN STOR NOW $649


1 at'.your earliest oppor the girls will face eight teems whose been forward in progress the has of You may not think it's PLUS FREE HAMSTER
stopped, opinion
i tunity.CARLWOOD Second meet of the season Is the referees. Bradford was possible to take an econom- Except t Sale Items
scheduled for Tuesday, Sept .
ical vacation with children-
penalized 15 yards and took TO GO IN CAGE
30,when BHS will run against but *
St. Joseph and Keystone over on its 20 yard line. Taking you can. E

INTERIORS INCome Heights here at 4 p.m.Girl's To Celebrate Their anniversary 1 GROUP OFPUNTS .
I cross-country is run BUY OlE '

; ', u On In, on track.a one Seven and runners one-half start mile for VINE RIPETOMATOES ,Tin Following Print Will,B. Given Away, GET ONE FREE'I I

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j We're Open 8 Til/ 5 Monday
each team and times of the top ', .
V Thru Friday Sat 8-12 five runners comprise the PRIZES
: final team score. The state DRAWING FOR CHILDREN
,384 N. Temple record Is 3 ft.LETTUCE $100
cross-country
29 ML. AQUARIUM
964-5242 nine minutes, Howard said. .t
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Agents By

In These Fancy Rigs On Unpaved CallPictured Notebook. BobbyTdylor


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at right are exterior Also unidentified is what
and interior views of occasion brought out this .- -
Comer L. Peek's real estate array of derby-hatted high-
office in Starke about 1910. ..1collared: taking off
I' \If and
\ in such high styles Probably one of the best year moisture fertility
forage crops that our cat- conditions are favorable.
The office was in a small It': Lower photograph shows tlemen can grow now is cloveror Seedling white clover may not
frame building that stood next Col. Peek (left) with two other winter legumes. be ready for grazing until mid-
to the old Starke House across unidentified clients-or maybe These crops are frost tolerant February or early March, but
Call Street from the present about where Koch's Drug just checker dropping and can supply highly "live-over stands" may be
in
for
office of the Bradford before Store is todav' game-one of nutritious feed during the ready a month to six weeks
Telegraph. This was the Colonel's favorite indoor winter and spring months. earlier. Seeding rate for these
the day of paved streets in Col. Peek is seated in the pastimes. Roll-top desk at left When properly 'inoculated, varieties is 4. to 5 pounds per
Starke, and the two small '"hack" (front seat, left) but is almost as cluttered as was they supply nitrogen for their acre.
office buildings at right stood other occupants are unknown. the editor's across the street. own growth'' and provide

nitrogen for other plants Other annual clovers suchas
growing with or following Hubam Kenland, Red and
them. Crimson clover can also be

Editorial grown to advantage.
---------------------------- -- Select soils that 'are

naturally moist during most of Clovers and other legumes
the year but are not likely to have the ability to take
be flooded for extensive nitrogen from the air if cer-
H Mr. FordIf
Stay ome & in the soil
periods. Clovers require an tain bacteria are
abundant and constant supplyof where the plant Is growing.
moisture; When these organisms are

President Ford is a reasonable man nation and Mr.' Ford present nodules develop on the
even himself, at Frequently it is desirable to roots and the> legumes can
and not, as Lyndon Johnson said years heart, would much prefer to have their e seed clovers into an accumulate enough nitrogenfor

ago, the victim of playing'"too much President remain in the White House ii.i.Lk -; established grass sod. In such its own growth and providesome

football without his helmet on," he must where he belongs rather than become a cases, it is destroy not necessary the sod. to It for other plants growingin
completely the immediate .
be having serious qualms about the areaNet
political advance man for Republican should be grazed or mowed
wisdom of continuing his barnstormingtours candidates.But closely to remove excess all legumes 'use the
at the risk of throwing the nation forage and cut with a mediumto same bacteria for the

into another traumatic tailspin. Mr. Ford apparently intends to lightweight disk or chopper nitrogen-fixing process. The
persist in his weekly campaigning about two weeks before nitrogen-fixing bacteria are

Even before the second assassination despite growing public criticism. Ac-' seeding. 'The purpose of this divided into several groups
cultivation is to expose soil so and care must be taken to
attempt Monday Mr. Ford could and cording to samples public opinion, that the seed can come in secure the proper one for the
should have read the handwriting on the many people feel that he is neglecting direct contact with it when legume to be planted.

wall and the handwriting-in the form of his job while taking unnecessary risksto planted. These bacteria can be introduced

election returns from New Hampshire- expose himself in public for political Have soil tested at least two, into the soil by

should have told Mr. Ford that such purposes. preferably, six, months before treating seed before plantingwith

politically motivated excursions into the planting. Broadcast the commercially prepared
boondocks are not worth the risk of Such risk-taking would be foolhardy, recommended kind and cultures of these organisms.
amount of limestone two to six Directions given on each
if his
even forays were paying off in
assassination in terms of voter payoff.In .
months before seeding clover container of the inoculant,
votes for the But in
Republican Party. and incorporate with the soil should be followed closely.
the supposedly conservative state the light of New Hampshire's election during ,seedbed preparation.

of New Hampshire where Republicans returns, Mr. Ford's ability to help his Inoculated seed should be
Several clovers and
other planted at once and not .
outnumber Democrats three to party's candidates are questionable to ex-
one. legumes can be used in our posed to direct
sunlight
Democrat John Durkin defeated say the least. His failure to help MiT; allowed to become heated or
or
Louis decisive Wyman adds support to those who And area.White
Republican Wyman by a Day Night Equal TuesdayWith clover is the most Plant
54-43 per cent margin. contend that the President's campaigning widely adapted forage legumein legumes on a well
in this manner is useless and the state. It requires a
Since President Ford made a highly that he and the nation would benefit by Arrival of EquinoxAccording continuous and abundant tober prepared 1 seedbed through from mid Oc-

publicized campaign.blitz through the his staying home more. supply of moisture and will November. The soil should be

state in Wyman's behalf the outcome in, tolerate flooding for short thoroughly moist at the timeof
New Hampshire is generally seen as the It has always been debatable whetherthe periods. It can be grown in seeding. Seed should be

first political test of the President's warm feeling of a crowd toward to the !-"Old combination with most broad cast with seed at
if is
Farmers Almanac" management
Tuesday, grasses '
tachment
on a culti-packer 'orother
since last year's congressionalraces their 'President can be transferred to such that is not
policies Sept. 23, was the first day of grass per- appropriate device, and
as well as an indication of how another candidate and Mr. Wyman's fall the day when the sun mitted to seriously compete given shallow coverage.
Americans feel about the hard (and defeat would strongly. indicate that it is follows the path of the Earth's with the clover. Louisiana S-l, Packing very is important as It

questionable) campaigning Mr. Ford not. equator, making the night and Nolin's Improved White and gives a smooth, firm seedbed,'
day of equal length all over Certified or Regal Ladino are
l presses seed into the soil and
to continue with trips into the '
the
plans the globe. most productive varietiesnow
usually gives all the
hinterlands every week between now So far the voters seem to be saying: in use. Ladino does not coverage,
and the first of the year. "Stay home Mr. Ford and let us make The Earth divided by the produce seed in Florida but necessary.
our own decisions on who to elect to equator into Northern. and the other two varieties

Obviously the voters are not impressed Congress. Stay home Mr. Ford where Southern moves around Hemispheres the sun with its, 7 produced seed abundantly. Soil tests will .Indicate the'

and'Mr.' Ford should get the; 'you will be reasonably,. safe and the axis always tipped' at; the 41'IS' ,, : rt All 'of the varleU s 'men-',. kinds ..and-required amounts. I'll,, discuss of fertilizer
message. Outside of the usual quota"of 1 nation will feel that ;you are' at least' 1 same angle and pointing! the. # ; ji tionedmay live from year ta this,, later, in.another, article.
/ curiosity seekers most' thinking trying to do the job you were elected toLETTERS same direction. Because of -

Americans, who have the welfare of the ,do." this Northern it is Hemisphere summer in.when the j Mi l li lr

the North Pole is closer to the FORESTRY

sun, and winter when the : byChu Weber I
South Pole is closer.
CoU"ly Forester
TO II IN BRADFORD COUNTY

Direct rays of the sun shift
from 23.5 degrees north of the
THE EDITOR. equator at the summer
.
solstice in June, to the same SEEDLING ORDERS, 1975- Pine all $8 per thousand.
distance south at the winter 76 PLANTING SEASON: Improved North Fla. Slash
solstice in December. The October 1 isn't really a Pine $10 per thousand
I I. longest day of the year occurs deadline, and the Division of (maximum order 25 thousandper
1 the solstice Forestry hasn't yet an- customer). Southern Red
during
summer ,
action is the
negligence last
Editor TelegraphDear UNFAlRA'lTACK nounced
that this year's Cedar, Arizona Cypress,
Sir ON LAWYERStim place he will go.This litigation and the shortest day. duringthe ,i,1, :);"'; .': -::. '; '" ',,', ., .. seedling stock is sold out. Sweetgum Liveoak ,
: is winter solstice. ,
complicated, expensive in ;: $ ':' Dogwood, Chinese Tallow
afford to time and costs and too often, But if you're planning to
Your editorial concerning can retain and After the Sycamore, Catalpa, Green
because of the summer solstice
Medical Negligence is an pay competent trial counsel. proof required, direct of the faUfarther plant pines or other trees from Ash, and Cottonwood (cut
What would do for non-productive to the patientor rays sun ; the Division's nurseries, now
unfair attack upon lawyers you the south and tings) all $30 per thousand.
without foundation in fact. In patient whose body has been lawyer. hours of daily the is the time to order. Formsare
abused by medical daylight steadily available from the County Questions be answered'
rebuttal I submit the following negligence 9)) No matter what is done, decrease until the winter can
Is he to Forester, SCS Officer, ASCS by Forester
facts: go without your County at
you cannot require a lawyerto solstice in December when Eternal Snow-capped volcano Cotopaxl behind
remedy? Director, or Starke Forestry 964-6554 in Starke or 4962190in
1)) "Ambulance chasing" by as you put it, "act in the they start lengthening again. Equator Monument.In Work Center on S.R. 100 east Lake Butler. Delivery dates,
best interest of the anddoctor"
lawyers is grounds for disbar- 4)) The "blameless" doctoris Is patient Tuesday was the atumnal of Lake Butler. Complete may be arranged with W.T .
A advo- 'I
ment. If you actually have never sued. It would be a lawyer an equinox, a name taken from 1736-1744 a French ex- straight down from a sink instructions are included in a Green, Andrews Nursery
knowledge bf such a practice, terrible waste of time and cate serving his client only. the Latin meaning equality of pedition scientifically markedthe without any whirling motion. brochure, "How to Order Supervisor, Chiefland ((493-
it is your responsibility to money as well as unethical on He knows that you cannot day and night each being of exact route of the Equator When in the Northern Seedlings," available at any 4491)).
report it promptly to your the lawyer's part. The .requirements serve conflicting interests. 12 hours duration because the Line, 000. But the pr -Incas Hemisphere water whirls to of these locations
local circuit court or to The to successfully sun is directly over the had already marked, as far the left in falling, and in the .-
Florida Bar so that appro- maintain a medical negli- 10) The malpractice costs back as 250 B.C. the center Southern Hemisphere, it Barefoot species availableand
equator.
priate action can be taken. gence action are so stringent should not be charged to thepublic ,point of the world with the whirls to the right. prices per thousand are DQ4aQQnOPPCJUE[
that oft-times the negligent but to the person who There was a time when wind peak called "La Marca" (the listed below.Minimum chargeis
2)) Damage awards in doctors and hospitals escape f'bungles" in the first place.He and rain storms occurring Mark) at which spot they For those who are over- for 500) seedlings of the
Medical Negligence, as in all responsibility for their mis- should be barred from the around the middle of Sep- celebrated their feast. weight, it may be of some species ordered. Shipping

other law suits are set by takes. ,health care practice, leaving tember were known as Another rarity at this placeis comfort to know that you will ;charge for delivered seedlingsis
juries representing a cross- only the weigh less at the equator 50 cents per thousand or
competent prac- "equinoctial storms, In the
5)) exorbitant the manner in which water because the Earth's surface By William S.H.aa
section of the Perhaps rates thereof
community.Jury timers to care for our sick and popular, but erroneous belief portion per species
reacts to the force of Service
gravity. Officer
awards are responsibleand for insurance are caused by disabled. that there there is slightly farther from ordered.
was .
reasonable and, if any- exorbitant bungling and by nection between the some con- The visitor has the opportunity the center of gravity than \ --------------
thing, on the conservative'side. exorbitant profit taking by the before the two. This to see water fall other parts of the globe. Delivery dates to Division of
insurance companies, eitheror If we are to have medical was term"hurricane" Forestry receiving centersare A promising new treatment,
both. no-fault heaven forbid, then came Into November 19; December for acute heart attacks was

3)To) outlaw or regulate the let's give this immunity to general use, and it is now ,,3, 10, 17; January 7, 14, 21, reported by a research team
contingent fee contract would 6)) You failed to name the everyone. Let's give a release believed that the so-called 28; Febraary 4,11,18, and 25. from the Washington*' D.C.",
certainly stop Medical Negli- real victim of medical negligence from the penalty of incompe- equinoctial storms'may.. In Receiving centers in this area VA Hospital. .
gence actions. The negligent i.e., the patient whose tence to the other professionals fact, have been early Believe It or Not! are Starke Work Center (on According to Dr. Jay N.,.
health care people and the body has been dam- the carmanufac- hurricanes passing through SR-100 west) and the Cohn, Chief of Hypertensionand
insurance companies would aged by Incompetence. turers and all others who this area. Gainesville District Office. Clinical Hemodynamicsat
like are paid, oft-time Found 36 Years also be the Washington Hospital,
that. Unfortunately, the' 7)) If medical negligencesuits exorbitant fees and prices, for Two years ago this writer Ring After Seedlings from may Andrews pickedup intravenous infusion sodium
contingent fee Nursery
contract is the have indeed increased, it had the opportunity, while in
their services and nitroprusside dila-
only way that the typical vlc- goods. Chief land on other dates by a powerful
.q is because patients now know Quito Ecuador (a country If you've ever lost anything in Kingsley Lake, don't arrangement with Nursery tor of the blood vessels,
that they may seek compensation which takes its name from the give up hope of finding it, even if the loss occurred 30 or Supervisor W.T. Green.: resulted in an immediate
for their damages in a --Sincerely, equator) to visit the 40 years ago. improvement of the circula-

court of law, the amount to be Equatorial. Monument, Delivery dates need not be tion of 15 patients with these
set by a jury of their peers. A.J.Thomas,Jr. located about ten miles north. This is the advice given by A.Z.Bradford Adkins Jr.. Gainesville specified .on the original or- heart attacks. .
Attorney at Law of the city, with a latitude of 0- attorney who lost his 1939 High School
der however, the order must The drug produced a
;
8) If a lawyer wants to makea class ring while swimming in Kingsley near the dock at '
Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. 0-0--iero degrees
zero specify, "Delivery date to be prompt reduction In the abnormally -
"quick buck", a medical minutes, and zero seconds.. the summer home of his father, the late Judge A.Z. Ad- arranged with increased distending '
directly -
kins. The lost during the summer after the
ring was
The monument Is located '
on Nursery Supervisor All pressure of the heart and
owner's from BHS.
e the three-zone spot, with half graduation orderd must be filled within thereby relieved congestion of

I .as 1iI1T a:: "If the press !Ie not free. if speech I Ie not Independent of it In the Northern Believe it or not... the normal lifting season, the lungs.. The low output of
rilEiEDOIi1 and Hemisphere and half in the November-February. And on blood from the heart which
untrammeled If the mind IB shackled made Impotent
or
,Southern Hemisphere. The ring was found 36 years later, during Labor Day the
"' shipped seedlings, nursery leads to the development of
..t5IMr.I. through lear It make no difference under what weekend 1975, by a classmate of Mr. Adkins' daughter reserves the right to fatal shock also was corrected

."... ..-' s-41 form eitiaen.of government you live, yon are a subject and not apart Standing the tourist with can legs have spread the Anne,.a graduate student at Flagler College, St. reschedule deliveries to during Infusion of the i drug.It .
a -IU.S. Sen. William E. )Borahmili unusual experience of having Augustine.Anne balance its workload and was also stated that the

{ his feet In separate and her friend Nancy (last name unknown) lifting schedule. Should this infusion of sodium nitroprusside -
hemispheres, and his head were snorkling near the dock at the Adkins' place when become necessary, the purchaser usually was accompaniedby
Rt- equally divided between the Nancy saw a glint of light on the sandy bottom of the will be contacted by other improvement includ-
CO two. lake. She dived and brought up the object, which.was the nursery. ing more free breathing, reliefof
4 1579- two-thirds buried in the sands All of the chest pain and return of the
copies purchase'
Another unusual heart to a more regular beat.
pt Again-believe it or not-it proved to be Adkins' 1939 application form must be According to Dr. Cohn, the
phenomenon occurring
mailed to Tallahassee
class ring. by the
: drug probably produces I its'
twice. a,year at this point is ,purchaser or the local forestry
0 when the monument 'The face of the ring, which was buried In the sand, office. No beneficial effect by relaxing
/4)7i.; BOB G. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER. rii cast no shadow at high noon '. was black with corrosion, but after a little polishing bya application, 'officially may con-be the constricted blood vessels
... on March! 21 and September 23 Gainesville jeweler it looked just as shiny and new as firmed" until the and'allowing the damaged
P\AII. purchaser
-1' '
while the sun is directly over the day it was lost 36 years ago.,, heart'to empty itself against,
receives his
Published= Thunwfer) A.redwiscorlAt3raMatara= ; the Pott Orfto*. S...., Ffe. under. Act the equator. Even the ancient ,Tallahassee.return copy from the lower resistance; ,r r"
1 of March 3..-1879. Inca Indians observed this As well as Adkins can recall, the ring was found ?Contact your. Service OfficeIn
Subscription rate'in trad*tree! tAparyaan t3.I5O.xmontN. strange occurrence, and within about 20 feet of the spot where it slipped. off his the courthouse for veterans,,
ti Outside trad area: 17 per year: $4.00.momfw erected monuments in this' finger Available', species'; are: information.The office Is openon

Phone 964-6308_'_._._. StaAe. Fla.Kr" area to hold their equinoccial North Fla. Slash Pine Sand Mondays .all day and on-!.,,
feast days. Pine Loblolly P.Jne., Longleaf Wednesday until Noon, F's--t!


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,, I LOW CALORIE, DRESSING II

PFEIFFER soxASSORTED o.n I
Chit Chat I FLAVORS 9

I OFF WITH THIS COUPON AT. PAHTRY. MIDI OR POGO FAIR. ITORII THRU OCT t,t.,.. I
LIMITOP IACH COUPON. WITH A./M OB MORI POOD ORDIR.TOIACCO
by Judith Flynn PRODUCT ue UD'D.. 'f. .I
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School opened on
Sept. 2
with 519 students present, but PANTRY ICE CREAM ; SAVE
enrollment has risen to 570.
'
Among our 570 students, we : PRIDE
,
are.happy to welcome live lem HALF GALLON 49 (!1VflI
children recently arrived .
in WITH THIS.COUPON AT PAHTRV MIDI OK POOD PAIN 010510 THRU OCT I.UTi. I
the United States from Viet LIMIT OP SAC$COUPON.. WITH A IT.M OH MORI PODS OP.OIR.TOIACCO. I
Nam. Nyngoe Thi Nquyen L PRODUCT MCUIDID.I .J
(No) is in Mrs. Lennon's ------------------------ UP TOBonusBuy
kindergarten class. ------------------------

Nquyen(Jim) and My Ltoang Dzim CLIP THESE ,
Nquyen (Jackie) are in Mrs. I 30 EGGS
Schmidt's first grade. Huam ''n'f. ;
Juan I ) i
Nqoc Nquyen ( ) and ANY SIZE
Nqoc Hung Nquyen (Andy) VALUABLECOUPONS I .
are in Mrs Beal s third grade. WITH.THIS COUPON. Oil FOOD PAID ITORII THRU OCT 1,17
III"'OP IACH COUPOII WITH*IT M OR MOSS POOD ORDIR.TOIACCOPRODUCT
..
Jackie and Andy speak *IXCLUDIO.i -
English very well, and they L1r---------- -------------
act as Interpreters for Juan, ------------------------

No,and Jim, who speak only FYNE lgcni'l
Vietnamese. Teachers report 70* BACON
that the five children are & SAVE i
doing very well in school and TASTE LBPKG 89
we are glad to have them with OFF
WITH THIS COUPON AT PAWTRV MIDI Oil POOP PAIR STORM THRU OCT 1,ISIS.
.
us.'We LIMIT OP BACH COUPON WITH A.T M OR MOSS POOP OP.OIR.TOIACCOPRODUCTS i
are pleased to welcomethe .
staff and students of L--AL w w .:::=.._._.._________JI
Southside Elementary back

Southside for,New the 1975-76 staff U s'year term.members are Mrs.at The* QuflUiq I Fowl People 1 | Every Day LowPrice | TheQuolttq' Fowl People

Mary Ann Kyle, Mrs. Sandra
Duncan,. Mrs. Odessa SAVE SAVE SAYE
Hamilton, Mrs. Marilyn BEEF BLADE 3V 4V 11
Vellenga and Mrs. Joy BEEF SMOKED
Goodall. The art
teacher this
year is Mrs. Marcia Meab. CHUCKROAST FLAME TOKAYGRAPES
.:The non-instructional staff SIRLOINSTEAK PICNIC STYLE
Includes Mrs. Marjorie WATER ADDEDSHOULDER
Packham, Mrs. Mae Ritch,
Mrs. Lucinda Stern and Mrs.
Inez Kapellen. Mrs. Gwen
Adridge has been substituting
for school clerk Mary Beth
Carter who will be out until 6 TO
$100RHM
Sept. 29 due to surgery. U.S. GOVTINSPECTED U.S. GOVT. .
,
Returning staff membersare INSPECTED 8 LBAVG.

Principal Dewey .
McKinney, secretary Nancy CORN FED CORN FED LBBonusBuy
Hull, instructional staff-
Beulah Lennon, Mary Agnes

Lynn Ferguson Stephens, Laurie, Verna Mullins Sch-, BonusBuy BonusBuy BonusBuy BonusBuy BonusBuy BonusBuy iUft ,-

midt Monteray Wasdin. _
Carolyn! Canova, Haze Pantry Pride 20' PANTRY PRIDE O' GREAT GROUND f0' PANTRY PRIDESKINLESS WESTERN MOUNTAIN GROWNJ ffRESM '

Williams Beal, Eugenia,Jo Ann Tyson Whitehead,Vicki, SLICEDBOLOGNA CANNEDBISCUITS MEATLOAF f [HONEYDEW f BARTLETTPEARS ,I-,0 BELL-'

Beth Brenda Harrell Freeman Shinholser, Mildred, ,Iva Ernestine Harper Jean, ( ] MIX f FRANKS MELONS "PEPPERS(


Winkler Register Thompkins;;. Library-Title, and I-Ernestine'Burney Phillis I 160z PKG. 89cDFA: 49C SERVE 59 I PACKAGE69 i LARGE SIZE 79<" I 4 LBS'FOR |. 'EACH 14C

Goldberg; P.E.Jim Lewis
and Butch.Redding; Music- ----------------
Jo1" Benson; SpeechEarl BonusBuy BonusBuy: -BonusBuyICEBURC BonusBuy BonusBuy
Howell GuidanceFlossie ON THE PURCHASE OP 12 JARS OP I
1 SAVE 'I NN
Jennings. FRESH f9/ o 1 GEORGIA RED
Non-instructional staff HEINZ GREAT
includes : STRAINED } GROUNDBEEF
Cheryl Douglas SWEETPOTATOES
Marjorie Murphy Margaret I BABY FOOD GROUND ,:,"% LETTUCE BOILING
Boone;' Donna Johns, Kay I PEANUTS ,
Waters, Lucille Nazworth. '\ : '
'Lunch are""" WITH THIS COUPON.GOOD ONLY AT I t 3/OO T .,n ; ;
.room employees CASH .. OO .M ""
Delores Morgan, PANTRY PRIDE Old STORES THRU I *. .
manager OCTOBER 1, Ills Z 'f' l-flf'|
Dora Dean, Mary Dean, J -
Velma Padgett, Oris Myrichlid '-".._--------------
< Lucille Rowe. Custodians SMALL END SAVE 21" SAVE 20 BONELESS BEEF SAVE .
I HEAT & EAT | 21'
i fe Isabell Newsome, AdaIfcll rmnia] [mnun mn",
Smith and Willie Mil- BEEF RIB luinitHJ I lufjnitti) |BOTTOM ROUNDROAST '''"l '
Sell.Southside. $ 68 FRIED FISHSTICKS $119. $168 '.
.,< Elementary PTA u.s.oovr.INSPECTED. | I 2LB I U.S. GOVT.
held\ its first meeting of the ROAST PKG INSPECTEDCORN
LB I
school year on Tuesday night CORN FED rnoziN FED LB -
In the school
; afetorium.President Charles I. .
:Johns welcomed everyone and AMERICAN mirwr SAVE 16' ; BONUS SAVE 21'U.S.
introduced Miss Robin Stern I I BEEF CHUCK ,
and Miss Marla Darly who CHEESE liitnicnl12oz STARKE'S BUYS!
presented the opening and I CUBESTEAK

secretary's devotional. and Following treasurer's the SLICES 89BONELESS r I FOOD LOW-W-W .OOVT.INSPECTED. *16 S

I I
reports publicity chairman INDIVIDUALLY WRAPPED PKG CORN FED LB
.
Judith Flynn reported on a
contest that was held that I FOOD :
'
week at school in,which the
boys and girls were asked to fJ11lft.SAVE! 11' FAIRSUPERMARKETS. NON ASPIRIN SAVE .20'
create a title for this column. I PRICES I ,
The winners were announced STEW BUY! DATRILTABLETS
aid, due to an unbreakabletie 'S
,it was decided to use both CROUNbOR 2 TO j 320 SOUTH I 79
titles, one now and the other BEEF 4LB I28 I WALNUT ST. I "'.
later in the year..The winners PIECES PKG. ,
and their titles are Lindy
Beck Southside Chit-Chat, EVERYDAY LOW PRICES' GOOD SEVEN DAYS A WEEK. ONUS BUVB GOOD THRU OCT.1. I97S. QUANTITY RIOHTS' RESERVED.EveryDayLowPrice .

and Bobby Epps, Southside

certificates Up-Date. Both donated received by Mc.OoQalds. gift 1 The Qunliiq Food Pcapfe BonusBuy Tka Quuililq F&wl People

.
Johns reported that Cub SAVE SAVE SAVE SAVE
Pack 513: is In need of adult '
supervision''and anyone interested US DA GRADE A 2o 31
in helping this pack BONELESS BEEFSTEAK LOTS OFCHICKEN 101''S
should contact himself or Mr.
McKinney.Mrs. TURKEYDRUMSTICKS .
.. Lucinda Stern was
presented with a Past
President's pin in recognition ROAST
of her hard work as last year's I WINfiS I Nl ( K1. < < IB I.F T I'K(,
i ,
president.Vicepresident.. i H R F A' I IJUAMII M' WITH BACK1
.
< t FV. Q U A r[ H' WITH H A< K S
John Sch-
midt reported on plans underway FRESH FLORIDA
now for the biggest : U.S. GOV T
and best Halloween Carnival 0 U.S. GOV T PREMIUM / D
Starke has ever seen. Don'tforget QUICK INSPECTEDCORN GRADE OR INSPECTEDCORN
<< Oct. 31 at Westside FRO/EN FED GEORGIASHIPPED FED .
:
Park.' .
Mr.Jerry McGriff.head of
the..science department at
.01''
BHS. and head of our environmental -, MIX or MATCH MIX or MATCH MIX or MATCH MIX or MATCH MIX or MATCH
projects
presented a program on what DOLLAR SALE DOLLAR SALE DOLLAR SALE DOLLAR SALE DOLLAR SALE ,.. '.
our,schools are doing In the J 0
envlronmental..fleld. GOLDEN CROWN VOOUI RECK PANTRY PRIDEBUTTERLOAF, LOW CALOIIIREDIRD. IMITATION" !.t-j.
Following Mr. MrGriff. Mrs. LEMON TOILET PFEIFf01'I '.VIENNA-
BALSAMCONDITIONIR
Burney Lynn :Stephens Winkler talked and about Mrs. JUICE 2 TISSUE 3 I a BREAD 8 1 DRESSING fAbSAGii, i .

,.,
what Southside is doing In this 11 MST IAOLL RAM Mn 1 SPLIT roP rnxxwr.xrr.rw.w.w rwr.
field.Mrs.Stephens told about I 1 .J

our located very at own the nature rear of trail the 'A: LI JELLY I' PR6ZENl: IES : :PARTY. FLAKE I :: FIELD PEAS I I :SWEET'.x.w-wn. .PEAS :PORK xr w. do BEANS'x.r : :
talked 1xa.wwrr' "1w 1.'x,50 NOT BOB imiEuBBJn IVtBt x.w ww. xn.w
about school.,, the Mrs. environmental Winkler IBLACKEYES : IABELS BAGEL 157'SAue. I IRELISHES IGRIIN BEANS: CHIu'RAYCE'j !1"


atr material-"th*,.. -school available library.for study j'lATTERII: : :GREEN r.rxxr.xrr.wwx.BEANS' :jIOMATOES r: .:(xx,!!!'Mnl.M BEETS : :jIEGOLIQYlD; :. =1POTATOES: ': .


.''I'SCHOOL Sept./: M-OcL MENU:3) liir AT' NERU (POTATOES I I.CORN MUFFINS; I .SOn.INKS. .CARROTS !

bun MONDAY potato. .chips. sloppy corn- joe fruit on 1YO ALiI'PoWDi.: :ifOOTHBRUSHCHAJPSTICK \ hii i MUSHROOMS nwwn 2':UlGHTiR FLUID] iCAT,xwx..xx FOOD : BPMMI GREEN>WMhnw :BKANS|,. '.


cheese cupmill1.TUESDAY, .I5 egg.'macaroni turnip greens and, =FAGLALtlSSUIlCmiAD. = ; ;CRANBERRY I IJNOOIDLES;! .i!! :.;2DliTnDRiNKS: : : :VEClTABLES' ': ." :;:1 t

peaches cornbread.milk. "
!
S .
''IP..OIIIIA'74IFOAM'CUP. I I ICY SQUASH "
WEDNESDAY chicken 'i 'II.IIIKLIQUID .TATS I
.
add itfcks.pineapple-topped rice'.peanut, green peas butter cake, carrot,cup hot :LEMON JUICE : :PECAN: TWIRL : :LUNCH BAGS,1,::.''"DETERGENT : :iiii1' P l' :McARMofft, : .I'I. ...>f

rolls milk. : ;.:" t1 ilJ

cheese THURSDAY- tossed salad beefaron fruitjelfo : / '1',,1.1 ./$ I :. ', "::

,cinnamon roll, "milk.' lla'I.. :'L'II"13/S'III'3rJ": '...I I LSII.ILI., : .
FRIDAY hot dog on bun ''f

.bans bated.a i beans milk., 'cabbage- slaw 1J ,'.' ..._',,l'. ___!;'_.-.._l:1 ''._ : !::' ,f., 7)

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"\ ', 'If'Southside



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12 TELEGRAPH September 25,1975 .... _

Placement 430 W. Madison Street Open Mon Thurs Fri & Sat USD A CHOICE :

Test To Be Given, 8:30: A.M.- 8:308:30Closed: : HEAVY WESTERN BEEF )3

Sun..
7:30P.M.

Sept. 30, Oct. 1 Starke Plaza US CHOICE STEAK SALE

At New ArmoryThe \3' TENDER *
Starke Florida
NfrfsTEAK Save 36 Lb. n99
Florida Twelfth Grade
Senior Placement Test will be @ GREATEST ON THE GRILL
given to all Bradford High [cIe1 AAA EIcIel: $ ob -
Sept.School 30,seniors and Wednesday on Tuesday Oct., T-BONE STEAKPORTERHOUSE Save'40* (b. / l I IO19 ;

1, at the National GtuardArmory PICK OF THE LOIN I
from 9:30: a.m.to 1:30: FAB DETERGENT $ .I II
p.m. each day.A I STEAK Save 40' Lb. 2-Lb. '
school bus will transport Swift Premium
students from the school 49 Oz. 0 BONELESS
auditorium to the Armory. 88 Save 40* Lb. $289 9
D STEAK
Those seniors with Vo-Tech Giant Size Save 41' CAN HAMS ;1
1
courses, DCT jobs, and Job-
$479 FRESH
AS A ROSE
*
entry arrangements status should with.make In- Limit I With '7" Order Or More' 3 Lb. Size Sliced Free GROUND BEEF i.SaYll0* Lb. G9Lb. -
,
structors or employers.The Excluding Cigarettes 3 or More

(Thursday,following Oct.2)), the ArmdServices day Market Style Thick c
i
Battery examination Vocational Aptitude will be PIGGLY WIGGLY PORK AND BEANSPillsbury SLICED BACON $149 ,..A ,...
Swifts Premium
offered to all seniors. The test i
will last from 9:30: a.m. to
12:30: p.m. and will be at the 515 Oz. Cans $100 0
Armory. School bus tran- Save 20' lB.BUTTER
sportation will be provided. Fresh Florida Premium Grade or BALL TURKEYS .
Seniors should make .
\
arrangements with em- Shipped .
There is no military
ployers.obligation in taking this FRYER QUARTERS 0-1 6 'Lbs.Average /J n
examination which measures FLOUR c
vocational skills. It exempts '
participants from further 6 9 Save 2 0' r
testing for entrance into the 10 Lb Breast or C .
military. $129 59 Lb.
Bag Leg Portions
lB '.i
-40 1
BankAmericardTo '(
Limit 1 With '7" Order Or More Duncan Hines Layer Sunnvland
Be Offered At Excluding CigarettesPIGGLY I Sunnyland '!

Florida BankThe CAKE MIXES SMOKED LUNCH l,
$49 eOz.Pkg 59 ,
MEATS : .::
Florida Bank at Starke, WIGGLY GARDEN PEAS V* SAUSAGE 2P p2 '
local subsidiary of the Florida 18% Oz. Pkg C Olive Loaf Beef Bologna ALL MEA T BOLOGNA(*I"
National Group of Banks, will Save 17* 58
Pkg
start a BankAmericard 3303CansOOOPEPSI All Flavors Sunnyland Sunnyland Pure .t l
program within the next few Sore 12' Except Angel Food

widely weeks.BankAmericard accepted bank is the credit most Pillsbury "Rich' Easy" WEINERS 28 Oz.Pkg $179 PORK 1 Lb. Roll $119 w)

card an the world, with more SAUSAGE Hot or Mild.
than 1.8 million merchant CAKE FROSTING ]
outlets in 116 countries and COLAS HEAVY WEIGHT BABY BEEF
territories and more than 40 '
All Flavors Save
million cardholders, ( .
Florida National Banks of 69'Heavy 1
15.6OZ.
Florida, Inc., is one of the 16 Oz. BOX't10 Weight Baby Beef Be j

systems banks state's and leading with total assets 32 banking member of$1.54 8 Pack 99 Yl44' Folger's Instant CHUCK ROAST 98 BICHUcisj itMl lQ:' :i

billion. COFFEE 1 O Z' '

Pius Deposit Jar $189 Baby Beef I :.,
Test Limit 1 With, 0TOOrderoMore ::1
Sophomore
SHOULDEiR A
Results Ready At BANQUET MEAT ENTREES Excluding Cigarettes $l 1 SHORT RIBS 79C'

Friskies .
15 Oz. Cans

Bradford!r High TURKEY BE F.TE 2 Lb. DOG FOOD f' FOR Heavy Weight Baby Beef .Heavy Weight Baby Beet ,". .'i
$129 c A
ticipated ThJ>resent, High in-sophomores the School Florida par-atBradford. SAUSBuWSTEAK"VEAL PARMIGIAN': ,Size Chicken tlver or Meat 2 39 C RIB,STEAK $1Ll.sI I SIRLOIN TEAK s, 4'" (B".,.' V'

Statewide Assessment ; .i 1
Program during the month of Heavy Weight Baby Beef Heavy Weight Baby Beef
February 1975 which was Kraft

scored given to and test all processed ninth has graders.The now, and been.an ROUND STEAK *14 T-BOHE.STEAK $158 .1':'..1
LB.

individual report for each MAYONNAISE ;
student is available. _
., Oz., PIQGLY WIGGLY "" o
Parents are invited to come SUNSHINE HONEY GGlYWIGGlY"
see the Mrs.Guidance Theresa Office Holiday and in \ GRAHAMS' Lb' Pkg69c' COFFEE CREAMER 69 PEAR HALVES 2t1 Can 59 C II,:, n

discuss the test result if theyso Quart C .'r .1
desire. 7 8
Save 41' CLOSE- UP LUCKY LEAF- MRS. FILBERTS WHIPPED :. L
Jar
"
64 Oz. ..,
Adult Band TOOTHPASTE Tub* 79c APPLE JUICE Ql. 49c MARGARINE -Bowl !1

Limit -,1 With 7"Order Or more
Invites MembersA Piggly Wiggly Gladly Excluding Cigarettes FLAVORS ALL FLAVORS MICRIN ,'f!

Bradford County Adult Accepts Food Stamps STUFFINGALL_.Box 49C' JELLO 3 Oz,Reg, '25'' MOUTHWASH 's.79c. 'T

Vocational Training Band I
began organizing last Thurs-
invited day, and to anyone join. interested is READY TO SERVE DELI FEATURES tt..1Plggly

Classes are Thursdays from Wiggly 1
m. at the Middle School PICKLE AND.PIMENTO BAKED VIRGINIA DelmonteCat

Band To register Hall. one need only PAPER TOWELS t LOAF % u S9C HAM Whole, or Sliced $3 Lb ,
come to class. Mr. Woodfin is D11 I 1 ;I J GREEN BEANS
A
the director. First-time as \ m _
HONEY LOAF 59
well as experienced. musiciansare ViLb. .. CARROT AND RAISIN ,_ S9C J
urged to join.SERVICE Giant Roll C .
3 9 OLIVE LOAF" A Lb.59t'; Ham wI Fruit Sauce '1" CUCUMBER Pt, 49'' 3 303 88 'G

MENDyal Roast Beef Cans ;
: THURINGER si* Fried or B/B/Q Chicken '!1"GERMAN POTATO P!. 69' v
SAUSAGE 4 Lb.
f To AF Promoted Major MOP "'"' n Fresh Backbone w/Rice '!" MACARONI Pt 59? ,

LOMPOC. Calif. The U.S- GLOW FRESH BAKED PIES Fish Patties qs' 'SINE-AID;
Air Force has promoted FRESH SANDWICHES DAILY
Country Fried Steak TABinS''
i f Thomas B. Dyal, son of Mr. 1e0t 1199
and Mrs. Nathaniel Dyal of APPLE-BLUEBERRY Beef stew w/Meat 248
EGG SALAD
Star Route, Hampton, to the i" SUBMARINE 79C
rank of major. CHERRY-SWEET POTATOLEMONCOCONUT Sweet and Sour Pork i" iEAT ,
Major Dyal Is serving at TUNA FISH LOAF- Meadow Cold
Vandenberg AFB Calif., as a Piggly Wiggly CHOICE OF 2 VEGETABLES
missile flight control officer. CREAMLSTRAWBERRYCHOCOLATE AND ROLLS ROAST BEEf HAM ,
The major a 1958 graduateof VIVA YOGURT '
Bradford County High FRUIT COCKTAIL
HAM & SWISS \
School Starke received a
B,A. degree in 1963 from the 8 ,

., commissioned University of Florida In 1964 and through was 2Vi Can 49 PROD C E All Oz.Flavors Cup 2' 9' C "

., Officer Lackland AFB Training, Tex. School, Save 14 Green Boiling a Ita I.II
His wife Lynette, is the Firm Crisp Green
daughter of Mrs. Betty Skid- cingorina PEANUTSCallforina
more of 276 Edgemont Drive, r I
San Bernardino, Calif. -

I COP DIXIE REF/ ''TOMATOESriflriiiy }Lb.WhReCABBAG i BAA YOMIX

i M Neighbors < e PI or .
; 89 %
GRAPEFRUIT
'
:' .. '
3'SC 'lIe rt Er, A
PiriiaTENDER 'Sr
'"" :
TIME I. Lb.: "If, Z'FOR 39C
BISCUITS x
.,.. DOUGH ..-- VltTLES
HUNTS WAXTEX BIRDSEYE BABY LIMAS OR A

"" 4Oz.PKg Of. 4 8,C (TOMATO JUICE.,.- 49'' WAX PAPER '100 Ft.Moll 39' IIICC.LlSPEAIS1 505'*39c ,j
OO y
9
f 0z.
; Cans BILTMORE PlASONALSlZE BIRDSEYE '

. .' Sweetmilk.Or LUNCH'MEAT D=:Can49C' :' IVORY SOAP r.aR, PkO4'0 CORN ON COB '.,larP\lg! 61\ Boxes i.,.

} \
i" .. Buttermilk 'HEFTY MUELLER SHOWER'TO SHOWER, II Flavors
I LAWN BAGS count"' C NOODLES 8 o=.Pkg 39 0 POWDER 8 01.811a 71, M

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EIInlMtli Clvent _W&l aQcQ(. 1d\l r \( (QQtl(_ LaQaQ\ (EQcQcQI(E E!f lIQY.Q&U(:(QcQc t SAVE

Wa&er
r. .
,.
COUPON 0000 sip aS THRU : S :.
..+ ocT I ;::- COUPON 0000 nn ? THRU ocr. I ;::::-
Dell Chapter 168 O.E.S. HICKORY SWIIT :?. :::::-
Dell Chapter,168 O.E.S. will SLICED :i
hold' its regular meeting CLOROX
Thursday night at 8:00: p.m. In 89 39 Iki
-
the Masonic Hall on Brownlee BACON IIB.PKO.: :::-
Street.All members are askedto BLEACH GALLON
please be present and on :

time. LJ WITH WITH TMI ruRCHAti THIS COUPON GOOD FOR 70 j. 3 j WITH THIS' COUPON GOOD FOR 40'WITH ,
Church news r- AT or t.ii. PKO. HicKOur CMAMV"O ACON ::: TMI PUKHASt Of ONI GALLON CLOROX (1IACH

Rev St.Willie Johns i Huffman Baptist Church pastor. riirpt\ THIS. CIOANlTT11._PAS{ AND LIMIT"_1 Pl1Af1.;) wfj _At ADDMSS O._MOM ON_H.CJUO.NO THIS_PAOI. CIOARITTI AND_A TOTAL_{. LIMIT PUHCHAM_ONI PLIA1.4T. _Of _.{B ,

Lawtey, Fla. Church School fJ) ) )
each Sunday at 10 a.m. with ,
Supt. Christ Hamilton In ,

a.m.charge.,and''Church 3 p.m.service each second at 11 PRICES GOOD SEPT. 25 THRU OCT. 1 _;dd.c(lhll<< (.,( I K ":' JWth.1S! l(i .I.(_ ry

and fourth Sunday. Prayer ....,. 'tI
BEEF PEOQ
Band each Monday. Bible COUPON 0000 11"THRU OCT. 1
Class and Prayer Meeting FROZEN
each Wednesday 6 p.m. J: ;I FRENCH SUNDAY Quantity Rights
Friday before second Sundayof I _KEY BUY J 5 : : Reserved
each month conference at 7 -- :: FRIED 39EOPEN:
:: ;: WINN. UClI/ INC.'
"""::: 0 6 "
p.m. Saturday before second IB. : : COPYRIGHT-STORES.19/S
Sunday. Choirrehearsal at 6 3 POTATOES POLY ;
p.m. each Thursday. Sunday, BAG :;

Day Sept.(Iwili 28 be Men'observed and Women beginning a- THRIFTY MAID WITH THIS COUPON GOOD FOR 40' '::-;::: CLIP THESE COUPONS

at 10 a.m. Church Schoolat J.. :: WITH THE PUICHAII OP S-lL POLY SAG mOZIN MINCH ;.::::-. .,
10 a.m. with Mrs. Chris 16-ot. CANS (SAVE 33c) /f MUD tOTATOII AT MO1l ON THIi PAOI ft A TOTAl.. .... ff -:::-
UICHA"
Hamilton in charge at 11 a.m. or trso on met. ciot. IIMIT i .U. AND SAVE $1.50
The Shakespear!*speaker Green.< will Service be Dean by SWEET CORN .. ')) Y)))))))) ))))):)))))[i'rtwiTOOTmwiASTOR ))l)) ) )) ) )) ) ))) )?) '

Rev.D.N.., English
Shakespear of Lake Butler. ( ) PURE VEGETABLE (Limit '\ w/$7.50 or more purchase ..<1. .
Men in charge of A.M. ser
vice. Dean Gary Hampton GARDENsAvp3 Aso
chairman. Dinner on the SHORTENING. SAVE SAN ,
grounds,after this service.At 98c
S p.IB.the speaker will be Mrs. IS-oi. CANS (SAVE 32c) I 41C
Elizabeth Dean. Song serviceby
the chair from Raiford Fla. TOMATO SAUCE DETERGENT (Limit 1 w/$7.50 or more purchot .xcl. cigi.
ladies In. charge of p.m.
service.( Sister Sadie Clark 49.01.
chairman Visitors and GIANT TIDE. SAVE BOX

friends Antioch are Missionary always welcome.Baptist MIX $ 31

Church.?:: Rev.,Dennis Strong 'N THRIFTY MAID
pastor. Regular services are nMi3/
held"each second and fourth MATCHCANS ,
Sunday in each month.Church SAVE 16.oz. $ 00
APPLESAUCE Y ti"
School at 10 a.m. Morning 5 CANS
service at -11'a.m.. .Evening
service at 6 p.m.
Prayer meeting for Revival SUPERBRAND GRADE 'A' FRESH FLORIDA ALL WHITE brarq, ,
will start Monday night,
September 29-Oct. 3. S
Preaching will start September LARGE EGGS 63 O
attend.6.The The public Community is invitedto SAVE 23 .DOZ

Chorus will participate on thelocaJ..prog.ram .
r ----------------
at Ebeneezer .
Baptist Church Tuesday night 1 S-LB. BAG IB
September 30 in the : 1
Assd clation. v PILLSBURYFLOUR
Bethel Baptist Church and I W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF l
Ebeneezer Baptist Church
under the Pastoriage of Rev.
Leroy Davis, will be in the FIR
ASSOCIATION through Oct.5 I WITH THIS !I': SIRLOINSTEAK
with.* the-"local program COUPON Sw ,
Tuesday,September 30. There. j F' ,,66cp" 12C '.roe ONLY '
I'
'
will:! be_Community groups.: COUPON AT FINN-DIZIE Ea S '' n IT
during the session. The public 1 a
is invited to attend. At t.. GOOD THRU SEPT. 27 .J I O o\L\g ?4 r o4A
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Ebeneezer in Lincoln City. \ ,. ti Ltl
ML Zion A.M.E. Church
Lawtey Fla. Rev. Richard ,
Bethel, pastor. Service will RED TOKAY OR "" IUD
begin with Church School at 10 GRAPES
a.m. Morning service at 11 WHITE, SEEDLESS
a.m.Evening service at 4 p.m.
Visitors are always welcome. JIC
Cheater Bethlehem

Jasper Freewill Baptist Williams Church., pastor.Rev. SAVE SAVE 31 c LB.
Service schedule as follows: $ +$188SAVE W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE
Weekly services began with 51c BEEF PORTERHOUSE ORTBONE
the Tiny Tots and Ushers 1'3 1
Board No. 3 Meeting Monday

night.Meeting.-Tuesday Wednesday night Prayer night LBS. LB. STEAK. $198r

Senior Choir rehearsal i
Thursday night Ladies Circle I--------------
meet t?Friday night the Prayer 1 I
Band will meet. ( 6c LB. W-D BRAND USDA Y- /J .
) CHOICE BONELESS FULL CUT
At Morlah and Pleasant TYSON TURKEY, CHICKEN. OR BEEF I ((3y I?''I I
C:> t
Grove United Methodist
Parish;; Rev. Willie Stilt,. Round Steak. La $168 ;
conclude pastor Church services School for the day.will POT PIES 4 ,..ES $100 1 I W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE I

All members are asked to (SAVE 41c IB.) 1
attend ,Fellowship Hour at (SAVE 24c LB.) W-D BRAND. PURE (WHEN YOU PURCHASE 3 OR 10-LB. 1 RUMP ROAST I
SUPERBRAND SHERBET
OR
Net Baptist Church in Lincoln. HANOI PAK) I
..City at 3 p.m. (SAVE lie Ib.) 1

Pleasant rehearsal Grove every JuniorChoir' First / IcfiiiLK Ground Beef LL66c !i TOP ROUND :STEAK .
:
and third Monday night at ,_,., ., : II (SAVE 31c IB.
7:30.: Tuesday night rehearsal
for the Tiny Tots at 6 p.m. (SAVE 31c IB'.) MILD CURED SHANK PORTION HICKORY (Water Added) CUBED STEAK

Meeting Wednesday at'7: .night p.m. Thursday Prayer -t.,.: I 88 1
night Bible Study at 8 p.m. ) f) 59 Smoked Ham. LB. 98c $ I
Church School Sunday at 10 \f .,* I
a.iri.\ Sunday night the Singing HALF
Trumpets of Lawtey, Fla. will .' GAL. MILD' CURED BUTT PORTION HICKORY (CEWTHWttCES) 1 LB. I
render a program at 8 p.m.

The The public True in Church invited of to attend.God in Smoked H $1 08 I 1 .....'..,---- I
Unity Elder Sampson White, JONATHAN arn LB I
pastor.Weekly services began 1.__01Ri7a _e11> __------I
Monday night with the PrayerBand '
Each APPLES 569'
meeting at 7:30.:
Wednesday night Terry ,. '. .
service.')Friday night Prayer PETER PAN (SAVE.21)
Meeting and preaching. ,
Sunday 10 ..m..services with Church will begin School.at IYRON'S IAI.S'OUI ,1g'GZ.,

Morning Worship at 11 a.m. Sandwich. tz'n_$ PEANUT BUTTER. JAR 78CWD
,'welcome and 8 p.m.Visitors. are always" B, reo. J49 .
ChapelA.M.E. PIPPIRON6 oa' .
Greater' Allen W-D BRAND USDA GRADE'''A' FRESH FROZEN
( Heastie.,,.Church. pastor.Rev.Service R.G Pizza t.br:89Ct : '
.
,\ schedule as follows: Weekly t
. services began: withPrayerMeetin'ng ace'"' BAKING HENS. lB. 59CstA .
:and Class Meeting

.P.m.-.Sunday Tueaday service night will at 8 Snack. ; Troy Pizza '::i-I 89c .

begin with Church School at 10. ASTOR 'OOZl"I'AY"( 30i i


.The Audrey.a.m..m."speaker with Morning Griffin the Youth will service, teacher charge.be at Miss',at 11 SNOESTIINO Potatoes B. '.4 $ 00 ORANGE" JUICE' 2. CANS:. 99eTOMATOES.

Bradford Middle School. At 3p.m. LACE N'BATTIK .
.all members are asked to '
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at*4 the Fellowship Hour at Shrimp i $15 MUELLERS" ELBOW.(SAVt 35c() '
NeS Lincoln CI R.G.Heiitie .: ,. ... ., '. ,_ mo. .
will .Zuver. the, : -
m :.' .' 8-oz.. $100 "
4YL Y'N'' .A '!' ; : MAEARONI. ,5 BOXES

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I Le'alals Legals HAMPTON. AREA NEWS Union Recreation BROOKER Bv Jeannette IN Prescott BRIEF I


Josephine FontaineOn SCHOOL NEWS hot dog stand, Jean Parrish
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF IN THE CIRCUIT COURT whose name and address 'Is by The Brooker PTA met Tues- and Virginia Crews will

THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR- EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF GEORGE H. PIERCE Esq. Wednesday Aug 27, the The next meeting will be Funds Cut day Sept. 16, and Daryl handle the cake walk and
CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR Pierce & Hardy, P.A., P.O. Brewer was elected presidentto will be
FLORIDA IN AND FOR Masons from Bradford LodgeNo. Oct. 3 at the Hampton City Joanne Fussell in

BRADFORD COUNTY. BRADFORD COUNTY. Drawer 1030, Starke, Florida .. 35 F & AM presented to Hall and Recreation Center, replace Bill Lynn who had charge of the pies.
CASE NO.75263IN 32091 and file the original with LAKE BUTLER Cutbacksin to resign. Mary Jane Green the lack of members
CIVIL ACTION the Hampton Elementary at 7:30: p.m. All meetings are for Union Due to
of CARL Case No.75-256 the clerk of the above styled School a plastic-coated copy of set for the' first and third Parks funding and Recreation County has was elected vice president to present, it was decided to
RE The Marriage
WAYNE: PERKINS Husband court on or before October 24, the Constitution of the UmtedStates. Fridays of each month. forced the resignation of its replace Daryl Brewer.It appoint a committee headedby

MARY PATRICE BANKS In re: The Marriage of J.H. 1975; otherwise a judgment may Mr. Lott Sr. is in a director effective was decided to continue Virginia Crews, to contact
and Larry Powell
Wife. PRATER, husband, and be entered against you for the Pictured are Brother Lloyd Gainesville hospital for 30. with the morning brunch pro- people to help with the various

PERKINS GENEVIE DON PRATER, a/k/a relief demanded in the complaint Wilkerson (right front), surgery. ."I resigned Sept. of necessity not gram. A request of $250 was carnival activities. Ted Big-

NOTICE OF SUIT GENEVIE DON FOWLER wife. or petition. District Deputy Grand Masterof The Wednesday afternoon choice Powell said approved to support a Crafts ham volunteered to conductan
by
WITNESS my hand and the I Program that will be held
the 8th Masonic District craft class is enjoying auction during the carni-

ToMary: Patrice Banks Perkins NOTICE OF SUIT- seal of said Court on September making the presentation to crocheting and foam craft. allotted explaining the that, effort the in$12,000 the each Friday from 1 to 2 p.m.

c/o W.C. Banks NO PROPERTY 23 1975. Tom Casey (left front) Some are now taking up bead recently-approved budgetwere for all students val.All parents are asked to helpin
awarded
Schoolprincipal. Each teacher was
2288 Polar Rock Avenue Hampton Elementary work. Classes are 2:30-4:30: : less than half last year'sallowance. some way, and anyone
Atlanta Georgia To-Genevle: Don Prater, Gilbert S. Brown as Fayne Batemanand p.m. every Wednesday', afternoon $10 to be used as a means of wishing to volunteer for a

a/k/a Genevie Don Fowler As Clerk of said Court Gene Taylor look on from Anyone interested is Parks and rewarding good behavior. Mr. particular activity should con-
County
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED By: Beulah M. MoodyAs behind. invited to attend. Recreation Board of Advisorswill Vellenga introduced the tact the president or the carni-

an action for Dissolution of that an action for dissolution of Deputy Clerk Milledge Murphy aging now direct activities but faculty and staff and empha-meet- val chairman Daryl Brewer.
sized that future PTA
9/25 10/16
marriage has been filed 4tchg programs coordinator and
has been filed againstyou against
Marriage has no plans before summer of will be concerned with
and you are required to you Genevie Don Preter, a/k/a ----------- Ms. Jane Meyers aging 7 Earn Degrees ings ACCIDENT .
in
children
the doing
serve a copy of your written defenses Genevie Don Fowler and you are IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR programs specialist were 76."I'm afraid that the entire what school, what each are child will be Wesley Neuton had an accident

if any to it on RICHARDE. required to serve a copy of your BRADFORD COUNTY, guests. the covered dish effort will die by then with no to know at the end of on SR-235 Monday morn-
expected
WELTY Attorney for written defenses, if any to it, on FLORIDA. supper held by the Hampton From UF CollegeSeven one behind it Powell said. ing shortly before 8 o'clock.
the and what
Petitioner whose address is 114 the plaintiff's attorney, whose Senior Citizens club,, Sept. 19 Last the year parents He was riding a motorcycleabout
program was do children learn.
to
,O. Box 995 name and address DUDLEY P. at the Hampton RecreationCentel' year can help three miles north of
Walnut Street, P NO:75-269-CP area students earned funded by a $7,500 pledge each The remainder of the meeting
Starke Florida, 32091 and file HARDY, Esq. PIERCE a (1-2346)( ) degrees from the Universityof from the Union County used to make plans for Brooker going toward SR-100

the original with the Clerk of the HARDY P.A., P. O. Drawer Murphy spoke on the Florida at Gainesville in Commission Lake Butler City the was Carnival which and hit a cow. He had cuts and

above.styled Court on or before 1030, Starke, Florida, 32091, IN RE: ESTATE OF A.J. problems of the older August 30 ceremonies which Commission and Union will upcoming be held November 1. abrasions on his face and a

October 20, 1975; otherwise a and file the original with the THOMAS, Deceased Americans and the concluded the Summer Quar- County School Board, which Jane Green and Ann possible broken leg. lie is
judgment may be entered derk of the above styled courton possibilities of improving the have allotted Mary employed by McKenzie Tank
this $4,000
year volunteered for the
against you for the relief or before October 10, 1975: NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll conditions that will help to ter.They are: Starling Lines.
the from apiece to the program. The . . . . .
Petition. otherwise a judgment be keep elderly being -
demanded in may creditors of A.J. THOMAS Delphine Eriska Jackson town of Worthington Springs : ... ... ... .. .
WITNESS my hand and the entered against you for the relief who died on September forced into nursing homes. Brooker, both master's anddoctor's again donated $1,250.. I i

seal of the said Court on the 12th demanded in the complaint or 16, 1975 while a resident of Joe Kerrigan president and of degrees in education. '"I'm not blaming anyone : FILL DIRT
the Starke Senior Citizens
day of September 1975.GILBERTS. petition. Bradford County Florida, are the North Florida Council of Jerome Peter Buckley but it seems that people don'twant .4i

WITNESS my hand and thee notified that they are required to Hampton doctor of jurispru- to take care of our kids '

BROWN aI of said Court on September file any claims or demands that Senior Citizens also spoke on dence from. the College of the way you have to these I' Top Soil
the needs of the elderly.
As Clerk of said Court 5, 1975.
they may have against his EstateIn Law. said. I FillDin :
Both stressed the importance -
By: Beulah M. Moody the Circuit Court for Bradford of the Ruth Crosby Starke bache- Dwell said that people in I ,
letting ,
Deputy Clerk filbert S. Brown County Florida in the Court- lor of arts in education. the community were always
legislators know what senior
9/18 4tchg 10/9 As Clerk of said Court house at Starke, Florida withinsix citizens' need and want. Mr. Linda Faye Powell, Starke willing to help during his 17 Call 468-1873
------------- By: Beulah M. MoodyAs
calendar months from the bachelor of arts in education.: months with the departmentbut
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Deputy Clerk date of the first publication of Murphy gave the phone Thomas Gregory Riherd that not much could be STEPHEN :
number for the elderly to call SMITH
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 9/11 4tchg 10/2/ this Notice. Each daim or information Starke bachelor of science in done without adequate funds .
if need
help or -
BRADFORD COUNTY -------------- demand must be In writing and ] they of some kind as 1- physical therapy in the for the program. STAR ROUTE, HAMPTON. FLA. :

FLORIDA IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF filed in duplicate, and must state 8003423400. This is a toll-free College of Health Related "It's a matter of priorities," .

File No.75-259 THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR- the place of residence and post number. Professions. he said. It I 11 t.m MJU.tXIXI t M JJUUUUIM t.M fJUUUHJULis
CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR office address of the claimantand
Division((1.2342)) BRADFORD COUNTY. be sworn to by the claimant,

his agent or his attorney or it
IN RE: estate of ODIAPHINE
will become void
CASE NO. according to
WILLIAMS DECEASED. law.

NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo IN RE: The Marriage of GENE Dated: September 19, 1975. .AIL, NK .re.o

all creditors and all persons WILLIAM MARSHALL, Hus-
Isl Eva Mae Thomas
demands band/Petitioner, and MARY
having claims or
LOUISE MARSHALL, WIfe/Re- Executrix,
against this estate: Estate of A.J.Thomas
You are notified and requiredby spondent. Deceased

Section 733.15 Florida 9/25 10/2 .
2tchg /
NOTICE SUIT-
Statutes to file any claims and 0A
NO PROPERTY
demands which you may have -------------

against the estate of
ToMary: Louise Marshall IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
ODIAPHINE WILLIAMS : osmnsi
.
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
deceased, in the Circuit Court, in address unknown urCm
FLORIDA IN AND FOR BRAD-
and for Bradford County Room
I IY
Courthouse YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat FORD COUNTY
101 County ,
action for dissolution of
Starke Florida, within four an
months from the date of the first marriage has been filed against CIVIL ACTION

i publication of this notice. you and you are required to Case No.75-271 I I

Each claim or demand must serve a copy of your written
SHAW In Re: The Marriage of NA.
be in writing and must state the defenses. If any to It on

place of residence and post- AND KOPELOUSOS, Attorneysfor WARREN, husband, and

office address of the claimant Petitioner whose\ address is PEARL A. WARREN, wife. / G L

and must be sworn to by the 142 West Call Street, Post Office rAS }aq

claimant his agent, or his at- Box 1086 Starke, Florida, NOTICE OF SUIT- TIYiA M% -..,

torney. 32091 and file the original with ; NO PROPERTYTo FT.P.v.c.TAPE d"'

Each creditor shall deliver the Clerk of the above-styled : N.A. WARREN G v 3/4" wide, 66 ft. long roll. .. 1111 0 1 1X WAS IAYI WAS Ave

sufficient copies of his claim to Court on or before October 27, Electrical insulating tap*. JAf a.12X J.ef m 12%

enable the Clerk to mail one to 1975, otherwise a Judgment maybe YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat PICTURE: FUMES ,JUMBO ROLL TOWELS
PLASTIC LAUNDRY BASKET I GAL GARBAGE CAN
entered for the an action for dissolution of Motul frames /for
against you i70ak-,
/-ply
each personal representative.Dated tJP rowHolds lull bushel Built-
: a wth,
photos documents Heavy duty plastic
September 8, 1975. relief demanded in the Petition. marriage has been filed againstyou Sid and 4LBS.KCNLOROANE .1,1/5shsetallx9! :" in handles. Light, weight. lock-on ha, Lealt proof.
ALBERTA WILLIAMS as WITNESS my hand and the N.A.WARREN and you are a B*10':' Eagle's own ollpurposainsecticide.

Executrix of the Estate of seal of said Court on the 23rd required to serve a copy of your s.vt ; Centrals
of 1975.GILBERT written defenses, if to it pests ,in 1 lawns, shrubs..
Odiaphine Williams Deceased. day September, any on F, JKrs u" .

9/18 4tchg 10/9 the plaintiff's attorney whose 1 ....vuff
S. BROWN, name and address is DUDLEY P. A. art MUXW REMOVER

As Clerk of said Court HARDY Esq. Pierce & Hardy 5 o Destroys or kill.)
-------- mildew
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By: Beulah Moody PA., P.O. Drawer 1030. Starke, HANDYMAN TOOL ASSORTMEUT .Just on",contact ,,,,
Deputy Clerk Florida, 32091 and file the original -
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO A. Aduslable hacksaw, 10" blade and rinse. 1 pt.
REGISTERA 9/25 4tcng 10:16: with the clerk of the above B. 6 ft|, wood folding nil*

FICTITIOUS NAME -------------- styled court on or before Oct. C, 4-in-l 1 screwdriver set
24 1975 otherwise 0. Heavy duty fol.E,8piaM .
; a Judgmentmay
Pursuant to Section 86609 NOTICE 4U WAS sAvt wA! .AYt
pliers
be entered against you for : : 1'M : : 12%' 31( 12';
Florida Statutes, Notice is Bids will be opened at the F. Square with level
the relief demanded in the
hereby given that the undersigned School Board Meeting In the complaint ,
or petition. 11 CT.WASTE BASKET M QT HASTE IASKET
J. E. WILSON, 114 West School Administration Building, MOTHBALLS
WITNESS hand and the Kill.moths&modl Decorative round bos Popular I rectangularshape
Call Street, Starke, Florida, Monday, October 13, 1975 at seal of said Court my on September larvae. Aor-0-Matic ket. 5mnjess. Gold. Rugged. Gold

32091 doing business under the 7:00: P.M. for a 1966 Volks- 23. 1975. brand Netwt.,16ai) .

firm name of The Village wagen. The vehicle may be icwnumcNT

Cobbler;' 114 West Call Street inspected at the Bradford-Union PET FEEDERS

Starke, Bradford County, Area Vocational Technical Cen- GILBERTS. BROWNAs Jam1sA% i
Clerk of said Court
Florida, 32091, intends to register : : RUBBER MATS
ter.Sealed By: Beulah M. S
said fictitious name under the bids should be sent. to MoodyAs Choice of 17 22"or T mot. Heavy

provisions of aforesaid Statute.J. the Bradford County School Deputy Cork PADLOCK GOMMNATKM LOCK duty ribbed rubber.Popular colors. Easy to pick up with : :

E. WILSON sole owner. Board 582 North Temple 9/25 4tchg 1016Estate Laminated, Short S" shank. Twin togs GEC finyer Sturdy,space durable on,sides.Gold
Dated this 4th of shank -2 Combination padlock. CUTLERY TRAY
day Sep- Avenue Starke, Florida 32091, keys Compartments
------------- la keep
tember A.D. 1975 at Starke, and should be marked "BID -. Awr eating & cookinguten.
,
Florida VOLKSWAGEN". t. nil orderly Easy to
1
9/11 4tchg 10/2 9/25 2tchg 10/2 TaxReform r1 m ( "j { clean, Popular colon

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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT NOTICEPUBLIC Bills .... SAY. !'A\ ,'Yi
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF HEARINGA n a.... In
FLORIDA IN AND FOR BRADFORD Jif.... In WI....
a }
From U PAIL.
FuquaMADISON MMLUOMOLEMONORANGE qUART
COUNTY public hearing will be held at WAS 1 With handy metal h....

the City Hal, Starke, Fla. Mon., "Tax reform is .11'aUY' WAS save 102. was art 'die and pouring spout.

I CIVIL ACTION Oct. 6, 1975 at 5,00: p.m. for the an issue whose time has T

Case No. following purpose: Placing a clearly arrived" U.S. Con- QTLPSCOTTOII .. .
100% As.
J In re: The Marriage of SAM mobile locations home: at the following gressman Don Fuqua 'said PLANT FOOD ASSORTMENT /PIL OHM.TOWELS sated cotton cola.. Ir.U". NP U*n FREE Excednn P.M.

J McCUTCHEN, Husband, and All parties will be heard at this Saturday in to Madison.the Choice ol citrus, & avocado food 'Generous Absorbent. 14x26"1 100 cotton.. '

r FEENIE MAE McCUTCHEN time. Speaking Tri-County 6-8-8 rose food, all purpose food sin IOYP _
Electric Cooperative at North SNORT SLEEVE PUIT1ClrIlPSa i
Wife or gadma-amlew.aa plant
.AS WAS
sere
1)) Hubert and Effis
Cooper. Florida Junior College, Fuqua food. } Ib. pips POLO $ e lYl/_ 24"
,' Lot 10 of Blk. 23, Temples said that he expected to see lAVt 11%

; NOTICE OF SUIT- Addition to the CIty of Starke a* some major tax reform measures EXCEORIN PM.iA1LETS .

NO PROPERTY per Map or Plat recorded in the the House this s : : INSTANT" SHAVE -irS
f ToFeenie: Mae McCutchen public records of said BradfordCo. pass I1f : fa rt 110Z. says
: YOU ARE HEREBY session.. "Hopefully, ,the I 12% l t rASJK 1.U_ 22%
NOTIFIEDthat Fla. in Sec. 28, Township v
Senate will concur and the MEN'SNEAYYXIYSILTS Several styles to
; an action for Dissolution of 6S Range 22 E. Plat recorded in WlLID..
President will sign them. Popular width. Heavy choose-in 100%
Marriage has been filed against Deed Book G, Page 304. "I have introduced legislation duty v n I. Sisea 32-4b 'ti cotton or pol vaster BONDED BLADES-f'S

you Feenie Mae McCutchen, 746 Marion St. Former J.W. which would increase the b 'Canon kmt.9-Id.*

and you are required to serve a Smith House.
estate tax exemption from Itftl ,
copy of your written defenses, if
$60,000 to 200000. It would
; any to it, on the
plaintiff's attorney AI Crosby, Chairmen also increase the marital

whose name and address Zoning Board the ,
deduction to surviving 8t
i is George H. Pierce, Merrill Edwards City Clerk spouse from the present one f f c. ys 1Ai
Esquire, Attorney Law
at P.O. Itchg 9/25
Drawer 1030, half of the gross estate to one fa
Starke
Florida half plus 100000. Finally it I.
32091 and fie the --------------
original with would allow the property to be i itA
the clerk of
the above styled IN THE CIRCUIT COURT valued as now used If it meets
court on or before October 20 EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF .
qualification requirements, ,
f 1975: otherwise a judgment may FLORIDA IN AND FOR BRAD- wood- lira It Uri was tAYt:1a
such as fanning or sari was IArt rte savt wA : was says war
be entered against! you for the FORD COUNTY lands.. : : : LN /fK : LN 2hHl I N .NI 1Zi 11A41 e >$% 1 N e a7L Sri( e IN
t relief
demanded in the complaint
t or petition. "These! change* arc long DOUBLE KMT SLACKS sttTEJSSS SNORTS YORT N RSUI NNTS NN E IIIN NON- MEN'S MOOOEO JACKETS BOY* BUMPolyestercotton IM* MNIU Kill JAMAICA POLYESTER TOPS

WITNESS hand CIVIL ACTION overdue Fuqua reported. 100 polyMter. Solids; Regular and rubberised beg sleeve., Pauses, High-bulk blend far soft 100% nylon. Zip front, ? or cot 1 100%polyester. Sleek, Polyester blend In new

f. seal.of aid Court my on September and'the Case No.75-276 "Property values have sky: plaids. otten.0.. g/lpwoisti.MAN.1412. eali s, imps. Sto XL nese, long wear. 10-11 pockets Calas3 LXI. ton demm. Flan Ho. In fashion colors. 8-18. assigns, aba S.M.U.

3, 1975. rocketed since: the present
In re: The Marriage of HOMERG. exemption levels were set \

KEFFER. Hu.bendd- and this can cause a widow to .
abort
S. BrownA.Oerkof.aid HELEN M. KEFFER, Wife. have to 'pay for' her busbend' -

Court ,estate a second time -
By: Beulah As M. Moody NOTICE Of SUIT- to the I.R.S.

9/11 4tchg 10/2 Deputy Clerk NO PROPERTY Fuqua's bill is presently

being considered by the Way.
i ----- -- To Helen M. Kerfer ,3w ti1+k', hv.was .
------ : and Means Committee . iw.s .
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.
36 Osbornt Street .rm IAYI f'i" ef .IAYI was AY .lardeai
:
r Man working on family ..... 1.. "'. JrI/1I/ .N *
Lynn, Mas 01902 ----- '
budget: "My new accounting ....r esii100 I ONSTuYL NSU OIIEINV..NNAIIw IN1r 1101 t1ATGIN SFAwAI EK u u r N PTAil NUB %JWUPtmtJUDTClensasit STEEL KIDII a 10AA0M.mbl

.t system is a success. We sitU YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED Some 4.4 million tractorsare .. .... ..,.,,. f CutIoi. seG'd"i' tdlie. ...... ai v waxes. With No-skid construction.13X
olu5.aP117 lke ai
don't have any money but thM an action for Devolution of now used on American ebbed. .. Grlr,and. 7.12. ........ SlC 0 Moot' ..,... seed vinyii Brow csuolingo. MlicaMr. 12 ot. con. 54", Perforated/ loo.
I
drain now it's can pinpoint down. which Marriage Ira bam fled against farms where during the years

going you, Hotan M. Keller and you after the turn of the century
1' -Bob Barn*. Register and FACilE THE < ,orMVFfMIFfvjrFAMILY I '
am required to MTV a of and mules "It. Illa.1 ifrs
copy 22 million horses .
Tribune written' defense I 'DISC. ii ''N S TOM SOpwri 31 Z w. roiitoo). M4-7513 CI8ARETTES;
Syndicate( your any to labored National. Geographic : .r r"'I .44' 4"Page
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'JCLASSIFIED I?,,/t tt'I', Thursday Tuesday Deadline before Noon for,AD publication.preceding Insertion RATES r FOR SALE :.1'.1'FOR t HELP WANTED ] r FOR RENT 1 ,!Reg' 393 BYRON Re N.964-7700,,Temple' Estate E. DUCE Ave.Broker, JIMMY Sun MOORE'S SportsMORE BOAT FOR



YOUR MONEY ,TF

Minimum Charge $2.00 SALE: Yorkshire sow$150. HELP WANTED Painter FOR RENT: 3 BR house at 314N. Real Facts trlull{ aN't House 160 acres 3 acres STARKE PH 964-5791

',' (Cover.15 Words Bght months old, weight\ finisher with at least 3 years Church St. Inquire Church
Each word over is approximately 250 wood on Real House on appx. 1/2 acre .
pounds. experience in finishing St. or Clyde Columbia Temple [TY COMPLETE OUTBOARD aSTERN
A: 10 cents 9647194.Up 9/25 products or automotive. Pay Motel. Itp 9/25 Estate Completely: furnished. DRIVE SERVICE
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rate depends on -- ----- r AND REPAIR
All Classified Ads must be FOR SALE: Every Thursday Fri and capability' Bradford 2400 sq. ft. bldg., ready for a
FOR RENT 12' wide mobile
;,,. paid for In advance unless you day, Saturday & Sunday Furniture Industries, Starke, : By business on State Hway just, COMPLETE FIBERGLASS,
p", have an established account antique furniture, books Ra. 2tchg. 9/25 homes outside city limits. J.B. out of Oty., REPAIR

with the Telegraph In bottles, dishes, and old White. Ph. 964-6114. tfchg. - CUSTOM BUILT FIBER
that ------------
,I event 50 cents extra charge house.235 S. Lake Ave., Lake --....------.--- irb Cecelia Terwillegar .. 3 BR house, Just refinished G.LASS'FISHING' BOATS

'i.' for billing. Not responsible for Butler, Fla. 4962044. 9/25 Maintenance man wanted FOR RENT: Extra clean' 3 bed- Everyone hat heard the term closing costs, but lust Inside.
errors when given 4tchg 10/16 painting some carpenter - -
over the trailer $150. No utilities exactly what are they? Closing costs are fees assessed
..-r..' phone or when copy is not ------------ work general fix up. Apply In room when the buyer and the seller agree to form a contract. If you own property outside of
furnished. Mature family
only.
;., ; typed and brought to the of- FOR SALE: Chardais calves. 1 person. Cadillac Uniform Mfg. 9/25/ These fees usually Include for the buyer fee for recording county & want to sell see us. [Well
468-19B5..1tp Drilling
and 2 Co., 441 East Brownlee
p fice.. years old half breed &
the deed e mortgage tax If there Is and a
------------ any with
. Fla 9/25 Let us help your
: 3/4. 964-5617. 1tp 9/25 Street, Starke you
,,, 2 10/2/ FOR RENT: One trailer lot. Call fee for recording the mortgage there Is any. financing. "
------------ chg 2 thru 6"
. 964-5536 or see Ned Coleman, Also Included In the buyer's obligations are the fee
'.. FOR SALE Lot Bolt Lake ------------
: on Griffis Loop. 9/25 2tp 10/2 for the title to the property, a survey fee if any and anattorney's listing for 3 BR house.
needed Fast RotarY.Drilling
E located 1 u miles west of Key- Need help with a sick elderly fee II you have one present to read the title.
PERSONAL SERVICE ----- ------
lady. Days work or live In. Call
stone Heights, Just off road
All fees are necessary for the title to be free and EquipmentState
:. 100. 146ft. on the lake 275 ft. 4681566. 1tp 9/25 VERNIE ODOM
." clear for the buyer-to protect him If any false claims
964-5476
'If deep $14,000. Ted Oglesbv. ------------ were made also Licensed
'. 964-5240. Itchg 9/25 HELP WANTED: National
Dont take chance when buying. Contact
> ROWS OF HOBBYS: Full line of Protein, general employee in professional "
------------ HOUSES
FOR SALEFOR e real estate agent. See us today-we can help | Pump |
:: arts and crafts. Also guaranteed plant. Contact Roger Jones, I

.: lBorepelr.156-A West FOR SALE: Mobile Home Parts 964-8083. Itchg 9/25 you. 10 ACRES,

' Cal, Ph. 9647329. tfchg. and supplies. OUN'S MOBILE ------------ PREFERRED PROPERTIES New ,& UsedSalesPartsService
. ------------ 10 Minutes From
HOMES SALES, Hwy. 100 SALE 5 room house, 1
'.:ir. ;. AMERICAN FAMILY SOUND: W. ATTENTION DEMON.STRATORS bath ducted neat 100 100
Starke. 964-5606 tfchg. : Toys & Gifts. x Handsome BR 2B CB home on three acres with CH&A
Sales, service: installation, _. Keystone Heights
----- & ---- fenced with 10 x 20 utility _.
LR DR kitchen
Work now thru December. 15 x 19. 14 x 11, 10 x 11, family room
stereos, phono, reel-reel, E-Z TermsPlumbing
aluminum building. In Starke attached to and utility,2 CB outbuildings (usedas
radios. Work FREE sample Kit. No experience garage 1,750 Per Acre .
tapes 156-A FOR SAL!"a8 Snub nose hand needed. Call or write near stores Er schools. Ph. work shop) .one completely enclosed ((20 x 30)) and "
West Call
guaranteed.
9647329. tfchg. gun$55.22 hand guns$:?4,95, Santa's Parties, Avon Conn., 9646349.9/25 2tp one enclosed on 3 sides (10 x 30). This horn was personally *15900PerMo., I I
-.... 25 automatic guns from 06001. Ph."1 ((203)) 673-3466. ------------ ;: built by reputable contractor for his own lifetime -
---- ------
$49,96. Dahmers Discount. Also Booking Parties 8/21 FOR SALE: 3 BR CB 1 % bath, ',.. use.All materials A construction are of A-1 grade No Low Land
10 x 20 PATIO COVEHS: tfchg 13tp 11/13 central heat & air" comer lot. i; Steel supports are) equivalent to those used In public New Installation
,Homes,, and 'mobile homes. _. bi-. .**"buildings.V.ryII insulated School bus stop In frontof WEST CENTRAL
-- ------ ----------- fenced back yard, patio
$180> Instal d, $140 unm-- level family room with fireplace horn 1-2 mile outside city limits. Owner financed REALTY. INC. Remodeling
AMERICAN "
stalled. GATOR MOBILE FAMILY SOUND: AVON CALLING!) To buy or sell storage building &, What more could you ask for? Registered Broker
HOME SERVICE CO. Ph. ;372- Sales, service, installation, Avon call 756-0731 or write some appliances. Ph., 964- ----- 1-378-2308. Anytime Repairs

t. 9767 Gainesville, tfchg. stereos, phono, reel-reel, Loma Clyatt, P.O. Box 220 8073 or 964-5639. tfchg. Homey,neat 3 B R,2B CH&A frame home on three lots Evenings Call:
-...--.,..------- tapes,cassettes, radios Work with 2 car garage with room for storage and utilities. ArtPatray
Lake City Fla. 32055. tfchg. ------------ taurranc.f
|
;SEWING. MACHINES repaired, guaranteed. 118 Court, 964- --BM OiV P*--- f -- FOR SALE: Beautiful new brick The garage could possibly be used for a warehouse. ,1".n'lQ'

ft al makes cleaned, oiled and 7329. tfchg. home. 3 BR, 2 baths large Seven large, bearing pecan trees nice shrubs and
WELCOME WAGON Part timework
'' .... plenty of room for a garden. Drapes, carpets stove,
"j 'adjusted, $7. Work guar- -----, ------ flexible hours kitchen family room doublecar FOR SALE: Lettering Guides Pump & Supply

..t anteed. James Strickland, FOR SALE: 6x9 Linoleum $3.98,. representative needed in the port, central air & heat.' 'refrig., dl.hwllh.r'r.m.ln. with the house for Stickers, stencils and templates
comer Morgan Road & Hwy Located In Lake Butler. 496- ,1'$25,000.00.OWNER At The Office Shop.
9x12 Linoleum 898. Abe Starke area. Must have car. If/ _____ Company
t:,. 16. tfchg 3227. 9/25 2tchg 10/2
__ ._ 12x12 and 12>15, in stock. interested call collect 904-641- FINANCED..Good terms..Remote,
'T1 ________ yet
------------
Hundreds to choose frqrn at 7176 or write L. Barsi, 4420: close In40 of ttiectoanest acres you'll ever .... Plenty 864 N. Temple Ave.

BILLS. SAW SHOP: Complete Dahmers Discount. tfchg. Monument Point Drive, of hay,' some timber fenced & cross fenced..ponds... We Have Used
,,\; sharpening service, circular, ------.---...- Jacksonville Fla. 3225, 9/18 MOBILE HOMES home with CH4A. Large LR. Country kitchen complete Starke

hand carbide. chain mower\ FOR SALE:Diamond needles foray 2tp 9/25 with 5* friendly, farm animals. Barn. 2 car gar-
blade hollow ground and bal. stereo, over 247 differentones FOR SALE age ...an Interesting complete package. WASHERS $OC & 964706H

K anced. Leave at Jackson we\ have them all.. Dah-, '" ----- RANGES

Building Supply Stake or. mer's Discount. tfchg. AUTOMOBilESUSED It you are looking for the perfect home site In the >rWuPSawyerr FOR SALE: Magnifying glasses

Keystone' Heights tfchg. ... .--------.r.-- .. FOR SALE::J972mobile home$ tovntrywe have itr Fifty-four of the very-best acres : of all sizes with handles. At The
... F. : -
---';'; ,--.---- BR, central heat nice shape .
: : f FOR SALE: Large' fresh shrimp Bradford County' with approx. 100 loaded pecan Office Shop.Long.
f HEATER CLEANING time aga n: without heads $225 per lb., $3,500 or'trade for property., ,tree ...located right in the middle of the strawberry Appliances
: Jr. Reaves is now cleaning & Driftwood Motel East FOR SALE: 1966 Opel new 964-6773. 1tp 9/25 country. Owner financed.We .

fixing all gas and 61 furnaces Palatka. 325-2331. 9/4 4tp tires, current Inspection ------------ ----- 332 W. Madison
& appliances. Call 964-6361. 9/25 sticker engine needs repairs FOR SALE: Concord mobile now have excellent acreage that we can sell in 10 Champ

9/114tp 10/2 ------------ $100. W.M. Beam 473-4304 home, 12 x 65, 3 bedrooms, y,and is acre tracts with owner financing. 064-7701
., _;. $3,000.964-8369 or 964-7587. Home and
---------- FOR SAlIB acres of timber after 5pm. Itchg 9/25 -----

.BARGAIN .CENTER: 301 S. land located on SR-21B. For ------------ 9/254tp 10/16 Forty-five: acrei',all In pasture and with home. pretty Buildingfaterials;
BRASINGTONCadlllacOldsmobil.I j
Starke. Plumbing supplies information Call I.W. FOR SALE: 1970 Ford Torino ------------ flowers-2f percent down..balance in 10 years at 8 per. .

commodes $39.96. PVC pipeH".10,34.15,4.4J4.6ft. Williams Ph. 813-822-4707 or GT PS, PB A/C, automatic FOR SALE 12 x 64 Artcraft "cent interest.We Sales ft Service WE BUILD

., 822-4805, St. Petersburg. 3tp trans. Good condition $1,250. mobile home. Central heat -----
YOUR PLANS
Selection Used OR OURS
< fiber glass shower and tub 10/2 431.1277 Raiford. 1tp 9/25 and air, washer\ dryer partially have excellent building lots in and out of the city Fine Cars Taken Of On
... ------------ limits. YOUR LOT OR OURS
Inc., single hung aluminum -- --------- furnished or unfurnished Cadillac Trades
windows and windows FOR SALE: 68 Buick Skylark 2 concrete steps, $5,300 -----
Jalousie .FOR SALE Case knives' FREE ESTIMATES
pocket 2001 N.W. 13 378.5301GAINESVILLE
: tfchg. now 'at Dahmers Discount. door W/air, new tune up & or best offer. 964-8341, or Colley Road Large, well built, CB home, 3 BR 2B

------------ tfchg.: brakes $800 or will trade for 964-8673 Mr. Mrton. Itp 9/4 CH&A, torrauo floors- throughout, fireplace, over an tf REMODELING REPAIRS
., pickup with auto trans. 782- acre of land. ADDITIONSHOMESBOUGHT'SOL.D
- - -
WEDDING PICTURES PLUS: 3663 anytime. Itchg. 9/25/
Cecella T.
{ They can be reasonable. Let FOR SALE: Two 3/4 Limousin ------------ TerwillegarRig.
.
Real Estate Broker
<, me show you our albums. Ph. bulls, 450 & 750 'Ibs, 25 Hul- FOR SALE: 1967 Chevetle super r ESTATE 206 wnlMedllOlloffice Davidson TRADED
t 964-5313. tfchg.ft sey Quill cross game chickens sport 396 4-spd good 1. M4-777

r _____ $5 raised.each if Also all are Hulsey taken range condition. 9646610. 1tp 9/25 home 94-5145 Mobile Home ParkIn [ ACREAGE FOR SALE

game ------------ 964-6853
WILL BABY SIT in my home all Starke, Florida
S' epee.964-7< J.M. Edwards, Box 628 Austin America, 30+ mpg, MULTIPLE
.' ------------
Starke. Ph. 9645379.9/4 4tp low mileage. $600 or best $30 Per Mo. :

I ELECTRICIAN, EXPERIENCED 9/25 offer. Ph. 964-7194. Itp 9/25 LISTINGS UNITED FARM AGENCY 3 BR. 2 bath CB dwg. on extra
t. licensed bonded reasonable ------------ _
-------- --- Reg. Real Estate Broker large cor. lot in City w/ Walk To New
,i': rates, save money. 964-6061. FOR SALE: Double beds$39,96, Handyman special $3,500 208 S.Water St. swimming pool, central heat & Shopping Center $ SAVE $
I- tfchg. twin $2995 rdl-a-way $20 National Advertising air conditioning.

------------ used furniture, appliances, air 2 BR, 4 acres $6,500 Broker ,- -,- City. Gas, Water 8 Sewer
Paul Faulkner-
WANTED 1
conditioners 110V 220V, t i, Faulkner-Asaoc. 4 BR. 2 bath CB. dwg. Central FRED DAVIS

WILL DO SEWING in my home. congolsum $2 yd., and porch Handyman special $7,500 keno, 964-5066 Heat & Air Conditioning. on On 301 South GMC TRUCKS

S: Cad Hampton Lake, 468-1873. swings, 4ft. $16 5 ft. 18. .i I' Large cor. lot in CIty. BUICK PONTIAC"A
9/25 And ten thousand other Items. 4 BR 2 lots $10,500 Jolu Motel
r, 2tchg WANTED Timber highest 5 acreS with double wide mobile - LITTLE RIDE CAN
:
P ...--- The Bargain Center- 301 S, of 3 BR. frame house outside
-------- city
,: Starke. tfchg. prices paid, F.J. Saunders 2 BR frame-terms $8,890 home partially furnished excel- condition. 2.3 964-8810 SAVE YOU A LOT" TF
excellent
:; ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS: 533-2621. 9/25 4tp 10/16 lent condition.: Priced at 22,000 acres N GREEN COVE SPRINGSOlin's
------------ .
-: 114 Christian Street, Starke. ------------ with 10%( down. - -
: Ha., Thursdays and Sundays TOP SOIL FILL DIRT: 6 days a WANTED: Masonry and 2BR?,,1 acre $7,500' .... - $38,000-3 BR. 2 bath, CH&A

a 8 p.m. Call 9644-5709, 964- week dozer work and.. concrete work. Big or small 3 BR, 1.bath $16.500 We have building lots for sale. One Acre lot, 1,_ aq. ft. living

s 5434 or 473-2108. 9/25 14tp dragline work Call 468-1873. jobs 7823215. tip 9/25 - area. 1V4 miles out of City Limits Subdivision
.. 2 BR lakefront $22,000Off 3 bedroom 2 bath new home. 1 of Starke.
Star Rt.
12/24 Hampton STEPHEN +--------- -
f' --rCHILDCARE--------- SMITH LANDFILL tfchg. WANTED: Call Register'Oil Co.. acre of land. Terms. - -
.... SR-100-3 BR $22,000 For Sale: 2 story house dose to I I
II -------:'---- 964-5888 today to set up an
:. My home hot town. Upstairs furnished apt.
appointment to have your I I
e lunches, snacks, fenced play LOSE WEIGHT safely 6 fart heater cleaned. before 4 BR 2 bath %A $22,500 downstairs 3 BR.
apace FOR RENT
F Hour, day or with X-11 Diet Plan $3. - -

; yard week." shady.Al age*. 321 Butler Pel REDUCE$3. KOCH excess fluids with X- cold 10/16 I weather.. 9/25 4tchg 3 BR, 2 acres $24.500 ol 4,3t Stark..... toot CntrM kI..Slat.... UI-Ml'iMtll M.. lr.MAROLOk. .. 19 Acres. Lawtey, good timber LUXURY FEATURES SCENIC LOCATION 1 I -s-Tfe

Terrace, Starke. / 14tp 10/2 DRUG STORE. terms.
------------ e
,. 964-6610! 7/3 IStcha 10/9 Lawtey 3 BR brick $31,000 eiOOIXPHONB - rare "
-----.------- --------r-.:-- WANTED: Used sofas, bedroom 4ft.IJJ.LAK'SUTLSft11I3IPIOJ 176 Acres Brooker area, some .

';-. MOBILE HOME MOVING: Also WATSON'SHOUSE sets refrigerators.washers. Dahmers. stoves Dis and', Keystone 3 BR brick $44,000! planted pines.. %.Aero LoU For Rent '25 ''S Per Mo.; Water F&m1IShed'S
mobile home hurricane anchoring - wage

and mobile home roof OF VACUUMS count..7/24 Stchg 9/22 Hampto!'-1 % acres $9,200 4 BR Frame House, Fireplace ., Call Mark Olin 964.5606 Hwy 100 w.
--------- If
'coating din's MOBILE Central Heat & Air. 12 acres,
.... Many brands of new y"::uuns. Lawtey r 2.75 acres $9,500 paved rd.. '
'. Home Service. 984-5606, Rt.
Used machines a" lsbl..
- -
:: 100W. Starke- Ra. tfchg. Expert Repairs aft makes. t FOR 1m J Lawtey 4.4'acrea $9,500 1 Er 2 acres mobile home sites,
";' -------"' -' Jiarson. .
-
and Accessories for all
Parts r'lian r .N.W. of,Stake Terns RUCTION
vacuums. Built in central 2 canal tots, $3,300 F


I t FOR. SALt 1 'TF'SUZUKI vacuum. Main cleaningvstn.Gainesville 376-7119. 712N. ( FOR 172: RENT yscre. :.lots ain'. $25.00 Subdivision per 6 to 4 canal 6 acre!lots tracts<< $7,800 on the Santa Fe REAL'El'l rmNV ESTATE j enr n.. t ttorf.HEQ MEAL Roberts ESTATE BROKER Jr.. p Sat. Sept. .27 '10A.M.Thanlu : 9. .r,


... month. Water ft Sewage River $2.000/acr 3 BR, 1 bath frame home with I
--'- --""'; ----- f For Matting Our First Sale So Successful
'4y furnished. For information call cert heat/air, chain link fenced 964-7828,
FOR .SALE Baby Furniture, I Mark Olin. din's Mobile 2 eon MH. terms $5,000 comer lot. 19400. ,

,S baby bed US. car seat $10. Home Sates; Hwy..,100 W., '-- NOW WE NEED MORE EQUIPMENT FOR

car bed .10, papooae carrierIX t Neter< ", j Starke:,. 964-5908. tfchg.. 7 acres hi town 18.000 2-etoiy6 BR 2 Bath frame home FOUR SEPTE.BEI.SALE

:$r: Mw new. 9844610. lip ------------, on 1 ace, 20000. NEED TO CLEAN YOUR

9/28 FOR RENT: 3 bedroom. 2 bath 10 acrW.n..a $12.500 '', 1',_ _- TYPEWRITER Come by The Aid We Nave Bayers Here Every. Day

'-: ------; block house. Living room, 1pa.e*fenced wed & septic Office Shop and pick up some
.
FDR SALE: 'Truck __ for 8 authorized OF;Suzuki STARKET-Your Dealer.: kitchen dining room, utility Lawtey 10 Bass $11,000 lank e.'Gr of Lawtey,. 15000. liquid or sheet cleaner: for your Call Us About Bringing In Your Tractors,

:#= ft. bed, good ,condition 9/28.1150, Phone'984-4070./ 304. East Cat room.Available C/heat.$135 Oct."I 2. 533-21581"month. ,Peetsville -' 11 sans -$10,000 90 Acre- term-3-BR- -home fishpond typewriter. Trucks, Autos, Trailers, Backhoes.

CM 782-3632 lip Street.rfthg.. planted .Will
g ,_. ....----_---;-- ; ..---.....-----.-- Itp 8/25. 700 foot highway 301 frontage, dMds 1181mB. pasture.. Farm, Industrial& Construction
------------
US-301,, 21 acres,' terms '''' ,....
$: FOR SALE: 7H *ree of land. FOR SALE;'Honda 175 SL. .eta FOR RENT' : 2 bedroom, kitchen $35,000 ." < '; 12''acre Mobile-- toms ..k.3Bflsus (Equipment t Of"All ,Kinds' Now.) '
$'= cleared and timk.964'77 M.' 2,000 11'II-.\ chart $460 or' ,dnette, IMng room. MOOMliuHie. I t2.1IOG. 'r' "" Space .t -

<$ Bghta Creep* trwl t.HtwCei 12(' pump oun .'?Oectiicity. Indudeo.' 'Msbum 50 acres $67.000 j.-".;.. -..-__ ..;.... Covert Unnee.1t.! Equipment.. To Cash
9/2521p10/2 $75 beat offer. 984-4773. Also house keeping room. HeatersFrom
or ;
err Beth
,. Doubto vxtde MH
:: : : !' "**
Motel U.S. 301
1------ lip 9/2S, Underwood We have all '
other type n {11- aoN,* lake Access 'N. E.FLORIDA EQUIPMENT
------------ N. Starke. It 9/25 properties listed.. Come In and $13,_.' .
$ v .FOR SALE Pkhett Tamplata.., FOR SALE:,1972 Yamaha SX ------------ w us.CREDSAOCETTREALTOR. .. "" .A\:,...''; k 1995 AUCTION" 1 1:0.
a LatMtM oukJes General use '660 peddsd sew bar, crash ,.FOR RENT: 3 room apt. partially; ',". I
,f uwnr H.. + : (904)284-5977
U.
S. Phi
17 North ( ) w
jT 11pt1MeseB.drorda.61l' cord.stTlr. 'bar v4th'foot peg & helmet. funiMwdt 1 chUti, no peIa* ; At SAWYER '. .
i.1I Architectural. AH for w*. ,6,580 ...... 1,000, Cal 964- Inquire 403 Walnut St. Itp. '205 N.T..IU$301t.( ;: : '782.3808 .- ,Green eo"V. 1
1 Phone 9844300. 9/25 nt......_ ..... A ../.... SLADEGAS Springs #$,
f 'fOffloe Shop. 967$. lip 9/25 -flu49646822B1642 "' 1jay" 5,
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. Cost Of Medical Care SkyrocketingNew e

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By Elizabeth Terry York, Sept. '20' For were absorbed by the Conference Board and others. rest of the po ulation.

residents of Bradford County, Government or by private In Bradford County's The overran average, $149, '"
CHURCH ACTIVITIES Jr., of Starke, visited their Hicks, visited them. the cost of getting sick has health insurance-$2 out of regional area, based on their Is broken down by MEW to $34
Church of God: Sunday grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. skyrocketed In the last few every$3 being taken care of in latest findings, the average for physicians, $25 for den-
Friends of Jack Estes of
School 10 a.m. Worship Ser- Carl Prevatt, Sunday morn- years, according to the Park that way- the remaining one- out-of-pocket costs in the past tists, $20 for hospital care, $39
vices 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. ing. Other guests of the Prevails learn Brunswick, Ga., regret to Row News Service. third, which they had to pay fiscal year came to ap- for drugs and sundries and $31
that he is in St.Vincent's .
Prayer Meeting Tuesday, 7:30: were Mr. and Mrs. Earl a patient Jackson- Their bills for medical and! themselves, amounted to proximately $148 per capital, for other requirements, suchas

p.m. YPE Friday, 7:30: p.m. Walker, Sr., of Brunswick, ville. Our Hospital, with dental services, for hospitaland more than ever. it Is estimated. This is ex- home nursing care,
Evergreen Baptist:. Sunday Ga.Miss prayers are nursing care for.. The facts and figures clusive of their premium eyeglasses and the like.
him. We learned later that he
School 10 a.m. Worship Ser- Elizabeth Terry was a is fine. prescription drugs and other, relating to health care payments for insurance. These averages lump
vices 11 a.m. and 7:30: ( p.m. Wednesday overnight guest of Mrs.getting Maines along Griffis and health needs have climbed to:< throughout the United Statesare By way of comparison, the together all people, including

Prayer Meeting Wednesday, her sister, Mrs. C.E. Strick- children of Palatka the an all-time high. detailed in reports made average was$149 per capita in those who had big ex-.'
7:30: p.m. land, of Gainesville. While weekend with her, spent mother And, even though most of by the Department of Health, the United States as a whole. penditures and those who had
Faith Baptist: Radio Pro- there she visited Mrs. Mary Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson sister, their bills in the past year Education}and Welfare, by the For specific individuals, the none at all.'
,
gram over WPXE Starke, 8 Dinkins in Alachua General Mrs. Daisy Boch and Lynn. health bills ranged from well The total out of-pocket cost
a.m. Sunday. Bible School 10 Hospital. Mrs. Dinkins has above average to well below. to Bradford County residentsfor
Col. and Mrs. Wm. Wilson
a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. been moved to intensive care spent the weekend with their Local Persons Invited To Attend'UF They varied from area to area health services in the past By

and7:30: p.m. Prayer meeting and only the immediate fam- son-in-law and daughter and from family to family. year, based upon the

Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Bible ily may see her. Major and Mrs. Jim New Dental "Fear Clinic" Age makes a difference a estimated regional figures, Jim Lawson

Study. Sympathy of the communityis Dougherty and family of Val- big difference in a person'shealth comes to approximately.
Grace United Methodist: extended to the family of dosta Ga. care bill. During the $2,383,000.For .
,
Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Worship Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Fishburn, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Mos- GAINESVILLE Does the lion of the basic dental past year, the over-65 the nation as a whole, WESTERN OUTLAW
Services 11 and 7:30 due to the death of their of the with the science of health amounted
a.m. : ley and family, of Highland, thought going to dentist sciences population had out-of-pocket care lo over FROM THE EAST
p.m. Choir Practice 7 p.m. daughter, who passed away were Sunday dinner guests of make your palms sweat or human behavior to improve expenses averaging $145 per $104 billion in 1974, a 10.6 One of the best-known

United Methodist Fellowship last Thursday. their parents, Mr. and Mrs. your legs tremble and your dentist-patient Interaction and capita as against $117 for the percent increase over 1973. Western outlaws was
7:30: p.m. Wednesday. Friends of Sidney Hansen Lonnie Teston. heart flutter? make visiting the dentist a "Billy-fhe-Kid."This great

United Methodist Women regret to learn that he is a Mr. and Mrs. Hermie If so, you might consider comfortable experience. He is Taxes Come Home "Western" outlaw was actually
Kelly
held a Pledge Service at the patient in Bradford County visited Mrs. Mary Dinkins visiting the new "fear clinic,t? an assistant professor in the from about as far
church on Tuesday Sept. 16, Hospital. Our prayers are at Alachua General properly called the Dental basic dental sciences at the U East as you can be In this
after which the Ladies held a with him. recently Gainesville. While in Behavioral Sciences Labora- of F and chairman of the new For Florida SportsmenTALLAHASSEE country. He was born In
social. Mrs. Mable Wain- Mrs. Wayne Harper of Hospital Gainesville, also visited tory at the University of Florida -, Section on Behavioral New York City as WilliamH.

wright was hostess. Starke, was a Tuesday dinner Mrs. Lonnie, they Futch. College of Dentistry Sciences for the American Bonney In 1859 and his
Highland Baptist: Sunday guest of her grandparents, Emphasis will be on analysis Association of Dental Schools. Nobody training. family moved West to Cof-
and Mrs.
School 10 a.m. Worship Ser- Mr. and Mrs. Carl Prevatt.Mr. Rev.and Fonzo Prevail and treatment of the fear and Working with him in provid-- likes paying taxes. But for the Commission Director O.E. feyville, Kansas In 1862.
vices 11 aim and 7. p.m. and Mrs. Leslie Sweat, daugher ana Mrs. Dewey only a routine examination of ing individual and group Florida sportsmen, the Frye said, "It's not too often He was credited unoffi-

Prayer Meeting Wednesday, 7 and Mrs. Cora Hodges, of Williams, of sons their, of Starke, the teeth. Expectations are therapy for those who bring sting's gone when almost a you see citizens fighting to pay cially with killing 21 persons .
Macclenny, were Sunday din- were guests brother that with the patients' appre- their anxieties and fears to the million dollars come home to taxes. Since 1938, American but less than a dozen
p.m.Northslde Baptist: Sunday ner guests of their brotherinlaw and sister-in-law, Mr. and hensions adequately con- clinic will be two clinical psychologists fish and wildlife resources. sportsmen have fought for murders are authenti
School Ser- and sister Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Carl Prevatt last Thurs- quered, they will make Dr. of this self-taxing concept, and
10 a.m. Worship appointments : Harry Krop Each year, thousands of cated.. It Is believed that
vices 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. O.J. Anders, other guests for day. Another guest on Satur- with their dentistof thechnical psychology staff at Florida sportsmen pay a it's brought more than $700 the number of persons he
Prayer Meeting Wednesday, dinner were their son and day was their grandson, choice. the Gainesville Veterans Ad- federal excise tax when they million for fish" and wildlife killed was greatly

7:30: p.m. daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Harper, of Starke. Funding the clinic In its ministration Hospital, and Dr.. buy sporting arms, am- improvement. exaggerated. It Is possible
James Anders and family, of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Griffis initial phases are a two-year ,Wallace L. Mealiea Jr. of munition and fishing tackle. Funds for fish restoration that he killed ,very few
PERSONALS Palatka, during the afternoon and family of Palatka were grant of $29,000 from the Halifax, Nova Scotia, recently This tax is allocated to states programs come from a 10 men. _
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Walker, their sister, Mrs. Hester Sunday dinner guests of their National Institute of Dental appointed associate professorin for conservation programs. percent excise tax on rods, Fighting is not our game.
Nellie Wilkinson reels and artificial baits.
mother Mrs.
Research (NIDR) and a two- ,
the College of Dentistry'sDepartment This
Mrs. Daisy Boch and year, Florida fish, Wildlife restoration and Loving Is more like ill and
year grant of nearly $55,000 of Basic Dental wildlife, and hunter and hunter and firearm safety'' We would lust "love" for
ii Gimmicks Lynn. from the Veterans Adminis- Sciences. Dr. will also firearm
Krop safety programs funds from you to stop by and visit
Mr. and Mrs. Casey Dobbs program come an
tration. There will be no clinic train graduate student technicians -' received boost with for
C an $857,098 us awhile. Sample'
and Terri of 11 percent excise tax on
JaCksonvillel charges to the ,} to assist in working with from excise taxes as its first. and our' service-it's the best.clinics .
and Mrs. officially sporting arms am-
WI3 llJrnl3! Tallahassee The clinic opens the patients.The half installment.The munition and a 10 percent
were Sunday .
1 in the new Dental clinic is being initiatedas apportionment, one of
c dinner guests of their parents, Sciences excise tax on pistols and
It looks
Building. a two-year experimental two installments, included revolvers.are .
Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs.
much like any ordinary dental program designed not only to $271,017 for fish restoration
for dinner allocated
Other according to size
guests were
office with two adjoining provide a needed public service projects, $508,081 for wildlife
their grandson and and of each state
granddaughter -
population
; counseling rooms and will be but also to determine for restoration and $78,000 for STARKI IILORIOA
and and the number of and
Mr. Mrs.
hunting
a ::I: open five days a week ((8 a.m. the dental profession at large hunter and firearm safety.
Gustafson of Green licenses sold.
fishing
Z Wayne to 5 p.m.) for patients from all what types of approaches are
.. '75 Ford Pinto !?J Cove Springs. Mrs. Ernest
75 Chevy Nova over Florida and neighboringstates. most effective in relieving and .
f 11 MINE Fae.AC AT Factory Hatchback C.....-I Cyl. Factory Hewitt plans to spend some It is one of two such minimizing nntiAnta fears of -
E M.... ..1..! at Now Cirwarranty Air...s.AT. RAH..1. Now Car PI time with her parents. .. in the nation devoted to denial procedures.: -- --

Hk *. Now .....Orlilnaliy" ovtrMM Warranty. "''I Friends of J.Q. Rosier diagnosis and therapy for Dr. Krop says, "We hope to
to learn that he is
regret a
00 $3199 $3488. patient in Riverside Hospital, "odontophobia" (severe fear. develop an instructive manual Announcing Opening,Of Office e
a Jacksonville, with a stroke of the dentist). of practical, efficient proce-

.'J '75 Ford 'V4 Ton 74 Chev. S U Ton W and is paralyzed on one side. fish Project doctor director of dentistry Is a Scotdures and dentists which of dental any practicing auxiliary
Hunl.". Spaclal. WithStand Deer Our are with him.
E.3n SWB.V.KM. Standard. Trans. a To.....'.Thlt Wk. Only C Mrs.prayers Willie Mae Bassett and experimental hog -Dr. personnel may employ in
a Whit. A .01 Buy ::I son, Wm. Wesley Bassett, of has for several -. relieving patients' fears."' Wayne, B. Dukes & Assoc.
N .$3138 years promoted Integra-
$2668 5 the
Key Largo, spent weekend

N 74 Elite 74 Ranger XLT a with sister their, Mr.brother-in-law and Mrs. J.F.and Union School Budget Land Surveyors
.9 c AM a PM ttaraa.Fie.AC.rwr.wtitdowt .
-teatnd All ....Way Mad .a, Laadad With ExtraEquip. 11C. Robertson and niece, Mrs. '
LWB 5" Edith Swinney. Session Was Set Wed.
C. $4058 $3360 Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly 50 W Main St. (Across From Courthouse)

visited their cousins, Mr. and I .
U. 74 GMC Sierra 74 Honda 750 Mrs. Paul Seavers, Sr., of Already twice postponed, Instructional materials ac- p. Q. Box l 14 Lake' Butler'
.1110 a WM a. AT. >*. .... r H. .. ra Fancy Paint ar Road 5. Jacksonville,. on Thursday.Mr. the work session of the Unjqn count for$11,500 of the budget,
Air Llki Now Only Runnar Par{In.. Your Choice and Mrs. Randy Blom, County school budget was while, $32.000 is proposed for
riwuund Lau $1499.a John Smith, Ronnie Herndon, scheduled to meet'yesterday local I building projects., 9CU4963107Oldsmobilel976.
1! $3578 i and Miss Martha went to Tri (Wednesday, Sept 24)) at 4 Deadline to submit 1975.76
school: budgets to the State
CS nity Church, Jacksonville, p.m.
74 Pontiac 74 Pinto Wednesday night to hear Twice in two weeks Supt.. of Department of Education is
-Or.. Pac. AC. .-Spd. Runabout.
Hatchaack v- Air schools Jimmy Cason has Oct. 1.
_... Evangelist Mike Crain, who
Cat* AT. PS. Root NIC.. Extra Claan. Nlcwt I'va A Z
L Buy At was preaching a revival there. reset the meeting for setting a,
a $2675 $2488 a Miss Martha Smith was a budget for the 1975-76 fiscal

Wednesday overnight guest of year. '
5 Miss Berta Stoutemire.: of The proposed budget totals
C
74 Gran Torino Spt. '74 CJ5 Jacksonville. Miss Stoutemire $1.8 m $1.7 million f
Infra Nlca a LaaoM With J..... 4-Whl. Drl".. Oft Road R- going for the system itself and
( ., spent the weekend with Miss ,
t: quip Originally/ 0" _. A Tlrat Pull Canvas with C.B.Radla. the other $10,000 reserved for
Vary Spaclal. Prlca at Only Rudy Smith.
.
a a Mrs. Wyolene Day, and contingencies.
$3768
$4158
a Keith, of Jacksonville, spent Teacher salaries account ,
weekend with her for the biggest chunk, with
the mother
\\O 73. .HornetHatchback. 73 Trucks Mrs. Lucille T. Ivey, and bro, nearly a $600,000 allotment. An Olds! for everybody'
1 Or. Pac. AC. PS Wa ara Leaded with Tham i "
"*" Cyl. AT with Co....... Roll! Frlcad to Mere All Kinds. M Ica. Equip.. Frlcad Fram Mrs.D.R. Brown and Cynthia.Mrs. .

.IT $2378 $2100 Up a Starke., Mrs.Carolyn Jack Holmes Kuhne and of UCI Escapee Andgood'Take mileage,in every siZe.

N children of Chiefland, Mr. and Still At Large a look at the beautiful new 1976 From sporty Stature supercoupes full- We invite you lo make a total comparison.
73 2-Ton Dump 73 Bass Boat Mrs. Andy Harvey of Perry, Oldimobiles in your dealer showroom. size, front-wheel drive Toronados there's Good gas mileage traditional Oldsmobile

LI Chaoy.CM.Mi ......-..... vimC 1 Ft. Siam, ts MF Mtr... and John Holmes of Cross I inmate who They're impressive.' good gas mileage in every size Olds. engineering construction, dependability and
.. Then '
ISwlval lake
... / Chain.LI. City, visited Mrs. Joseph escaped a look at the 1976 EPA Mileage a feat comfort. You'll Olds
1 led A la. PTO. to. MI. Tratlar. ? by hitching a ride on Guide sand with packed
? Tilt
Tnllar Llva Wall. lest figures for Oldsmobile.They're of sizes models that Olds is offering this value itbuilt
A Roil because
O Buy.I Extra'. Tea Numaraua to Lilt. IM Starling and new son during a prison truck Sept. 18 has not impressive too with the care
A Staal. Originally _ao. "''I the week. year. With this kind of selection there and attention lo detail that's a tradition at
$3999 been found Union Correc They)! show thai good gas mileage runs in bound lo be an Olds lo fit your lifestyle and Oldsmobile.Can we build one for ?
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Teston you
Sale $2188 M tional Institute (UCI) Supt. our family. R.m.mHlhelO mileage figures pocketbook. And every Olds whether small,
I visited their son-in-law and R.D. Massey said Wednesday are ...tim "". Naturally the actual mileage mid- ize or full-size/ is built to be right for
73 Mazda daughter, Mr. and Mrs. morning. you gel will vary depending on the type of the times _

OStripeswLu9SaeeRRach ilailay 73 Honda 250Mtr. Randy, Hayes, Sunday after- Larry B. Scott, 31, escaped driving; you do, your driving habits, yourcar's This year Oldsmobile is offering an avail EPAMILEAGE GUIDE
Raal Spt Noxta Minor W_. noon. by cutting a hole in the top of condition, and available equipment. able five-speed overdrive transmission on TEST DATAthe
C Hit.' Good Buy at Only A Roil Buy At Mr. and Mrs. O.J. Boyette se m i-trailer truck that he Starfire Omega and! Cutlass models. (You ModH/Enp. wmdean CIty
$2348 $398 51 and family were Saturday had entered while it was being maybe used lo thinking of five-speed as MPG Hfl1hway MPG
evening dinner guests of their loaded at UCI when the super- strictly a performance feature, but the fifthvisor's

72 Electra'sBoth 72 Chevy Van fi r brother-in-law and sister, Mr. attention was diverted gear gives you overdrive efficiency., 23t STAR'IHE V5/MwotTrammWlan,
t.IO:
Laadad win (lrH. H.". toW, Straight Shift. Naadi and Mrs. Raymond Williamsand When the truck driver YJt Ve/Auramalc Tranemd.on'. t. ae
a ,Cean Only TRIM .. An.A Good ana to Cvitamiia. A II family of Jacksonville. stopped in Lawtey and opened OMEGA _
1. \Ortilnal .aal Buy "'9
and
Mr. Mrs. J.C. "
Tye spent the locked truck
L he saw Scott ? d 1 y saty zso taMwwTNn.mua' "'"n
$2438 $1628-o the weekend assisting their climb through the top and ,, + THE REGENCY Proof.Itui the world. 250L6/AaaynatICTr.nNmwon'. :: n
son-in-law, and daughter, Mr. ., I'h4 oIl..urydonn'.t..COII .
escape va IMwmlTrarNmeaon
'72 and Mrs. Tommy Talley and Prison dogs were unable to faea.euvaany.20CUTLAiiVauom.teTranwtveaon'! '' 1e to 23 ae
La Datsun Trk.v
72 Vega GT Wagon son of South Daytona, who locate Scott who was arrested ,
-4-Spd. witN AC. Rad and I ? ?a seam)
J III....,.. A ROW. Oat I.".,. Only 4-Spd.allay With w AC. HAM. Hack Buy at Z were moving to Jacksonville, in Palm Beach County for 250 Le/M.nudTrr imaeen :IT'b g
$1888 $1578eal a where Mr. Talley has accepted armed robbery and is serving assts/AulmalerrnHleaicn-

mS position. a five-year sentence for the .1' 2110 VS./MonuaIT,.".", ....... to ae
Mr. and Mrs. Milo Smith, conviction. Scott Is from.South 74'I 260 /Aalaagrrpwa.nuP, .10 12
72 Monaco Martha and John, hostesses .' '
72 Duster were Carolina. vas yr a 350Vr/Aulonwt.cTmnemason" le 21
Lait AT, 4-Or. NT Laadad with AllKindt for a going-away party
ana PS AC. 4 Cyl. DELTA"
al Equip.. Mutt ... taBallava. .. for their unMMArMMwuMa"
Bill A Olrl't Car. son and daughter-in- n 350 V5/AuNm.aCWWRm.s. t4 11''
..1, $1768 i law. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Orange Park. Man. .f NINiTY-liI HT

a $1358 Smith and for a family birth- 455 Vs/Automatic '._... t3 11''
a day party for their grandson, Hurt In Wreck TOROiiAD

72 Wagoneer *!, Joshua Albert, of Jacksonville .55 W/Au"""" otkTnmmNedn" II n''

Jeap. .win. .AT PS Pac. AC. 71 VW Convertible Sunday afternoon. The STARKE An Orange Parkman DELTA5ROYALl.Ann.ala c '-"...-,
PB Pktnty ar Haam and 4 Automatic Trans. AC. VallawTf .
Mwltn Smiths will leave Wednesday '
suffered
.
Drive A Parfact Family .lack Tap.. A Real Buy at Only severe injuries, yar'rb'm"I"rd''yn'
-. Sept. 24, for Holland for three and the ..... .
n .Vaftlcra. Only cow he ran into died in ae oM. rln.
\ $3398.. $1828":r years. Those present were Mr. a traffic accident on SR $.235 6

and Mrs. Randy Blom and west of here. ,.. e
0 son, Mr. and Mrs. David Scott Wesley Dale Newton of 142

1M 71 TIC 70 Sedan Deville I and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Hercules. Dr. .in Orange Park muMB STARFIRE.In 9oriy Who uyi car!you Check cant out ctt Siarrln.|ood.s. ,

Leaded OWIML _,. D,.Family. 4 Or. NT. Laadad ma David Albert and son, of Jack- was going south on .$R-79S, .54a.sx.dtlwavd"weAtlmGTnplaawhen . -. .
Ultra Factory...ul*.Flits l./ra. Fin "Hifripas. sonville, and Miss Berta before he could avoid 0IdanaIIi.--. .. -. _
..w'n A Real Buy. Only Jf' Stoutemire of Jacksonville .collision, he ran kilo the rear, Can we build one for you' ?

a $1708 $2238 y who spent the weekend with of a cow standing the same f ,P
Miss Martha Smith. lane. '

t J! '68 Mustang 69 = Mr. and Mrs. S.L. Swindelland The motorcycle he awn' tS"a""r I "
Cougar i family, and Mr. and Mrs. t
Root Nlca Ona. driving was thrown to the east!
I- -k. Jpd. Could aa
: Racer
v-s Rail, Lika" := -VI with a l-4'$. 4-Sad.you Cantata Wantad C'I' C.A. North and family, of shoulder of the road, and;

$1088 Jacksonville, spent Sunday Newton was thrown off. .
'I $777 OZS with their grandparents Mr. Damage to the motorcycle:; M ,

a and Mrs. J.F. Robertson, and was estimated at $600.;The. _

v their mother, Mrs. Edith cow's monetary loss was set. .
Depamit Will 2 As
t. : hold Swinney. Another guest for at $175. C.R. Hawkins of Lake ;

the day was the Robertson's Butler owned the cow. ,

i your car far' 4. iIPB.I ? daughter; Mrs. J.C. Beach. No charges were filed In.t the'
Mr and Mrs. J.B- Taylor, .4:15 a.m.Incident.Authoritie. .

Jr., of'Jacksonville, pent.,
TWO LOCATIONS Sunday afternoon with their Still _

L I. |J sister Mrs. Lucille T. Ivey, Hunting Aft net ; .. '15 aeeweaouolu2Ld .$

KEYSTONE. 473-4470 N and the D.R. Browns. p lt Om>*t.IUa>........la 4a...-. .. 1'1\-,:t: : wr.e. :
N After spending two weeks STARKE Police offittn Tlwwr."IaldttQeRLAa/da..4'l .. __ .IN"ee.w.dadlyoanl..faaomyaa.aRhere .. .
with his and friends ..-.).''' sso..O..IClUOHAM."" ................;......
;!. i MELROSE. 475-11&5 9 PFC Douglas parents Herndon, left, man who are still abducted looking and for Japed the ........"...r---.n............".., ......a. .

Friday, Sept 19, for'his new a nine-year-old girl jutt outside dJ J

_* NoGimmlckm SJ station.Mo. Fort 'Leonard Wood,. the city limits Sunday, IP" See.and,xJrive the new_ 1976CMdsmot,41esat>wirOJdsdealei. : 1I

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