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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 16, 1975
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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This Is what Homecoming In all about bringing back familiar BUS David Gaines, Sonia Biggs and Mike Shreman don far Gloria Strickland was crowned homecoming Mayor commissioner Charles Schaefer paraded about town Friday
faces. In this case, honored guests were members of the 1965 and 1966 ulty attitudes and bicentennial garb In Thursday night' 'queen Thursday night at Tornado Whirl. She is afternoon in a miniature Natonal Guard-mobile. He was awarded a
championship football teams Tornado Whirl. The Senior class won skit competition escorted by Raymond Whittle lollipop for his fine performance.
with this 21-gundown salute to teachers

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Probing Si GAINESVILLE. Environmental I

problems of

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I 2 DeathsSTARKE .' Ly k i' d' 0 U .'.I Road WorkersComplain warrant further study

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Committee of North Cen-
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vestigation is now underway I tral' Florida Regional

to determine who struck and Of Planning Council to with-
killed a 68-year-old lady in the hold a final decision on
yard of her home outside ,I approval of an apartment
Starke
Monday afternoon.
complex on Highway 100
Da Lee Ellis was found by west of Starke until an
the owner of the house :she III Treatment
environmental impact
lived in on Risen Road about ,
five miles outside the city statement has been filed
limits. Autopsy report STARKE' '-' County road One man remained fired with Farmers Home
Tuesday afternoon revealedshe employees were fired then Friday due to interpretation of Administration.The .
had been struck on the rehired when grievances of sick leave.
head w fettwt instrument .the workers were handed over j| "It's a common practice action was taken at a
accordny adford SheriffDolph to County Commission road 'that when you fire someone meeting of the' committee in
chairman George Roberts last I hell think he's getting the Gainesville Wednesday Oct 8
A neirabor ;reported that ;Thursday, Oct. 9. short end of the stick" com- attended by a small but military -. t!'
Mrs Ellis had visitors bet- mented Commission chair- delegation of apartment
ween 1% noon i and The petition, signed by 12 of man pave Shuford. opponent: whoj presented: ; IInew.t'
( and at;that time 1pm.ilnriiAJ" was', MJAS l" rnty: Font!'fTt'W.",! m-,,';.flVReWfflr' rejiprve.!s... farther( : ition .they:jNwdf: +ton- .
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In good health. -bers. contained grievances comment untd'the'mitcer"ss'' "tain d'signatures-of'! >&r-.IHy
.J Sheriffs deputies Robert Second best float In the Homecoming parade Friday after- Floats were Judged partly by use. of. the homecomingtheme against treatment by man- "squared away," feeling thaLI, taxpayers opposing they "t
Green and Don Denton have noon was presented by the BUS Junior class Sophomorestook "200 yards ago our country came alive and so will the agement of the department."It some men were talkedinto beleaguered proJect.,
been assigned to investigatethe top honors In the float Judging. Tornadoes in '71." contained somethingthat signing the petition under Most telling blow to the .
case. had to do with working fa.se pretenses and that complaints hopes of apartment developers '1
Investigation continues into Roberts said. contained in the for early Council approval J
BY SEN. RICHARD STONE conditions of the initially proposed 40- I'
the shooting death of Dora were vague and need ,
Mae Frazier 22, Sunday When the petition was pre- further discussion units was struck by NCFRPC
night.She was shot once in the sented, employees were told environmental planner Alan
head according to deputy that the county barn would be Schaefer NamedTo Csantos who reported that:
Green. shut down. A few minutes "Due to the severe limitationsto
I TJie incident involves her Grain-Oil Trade UrgedBlaming later, they were told they development imposed by
t Common-law husband of three would be reinstated if they Head Council soils on at least a portion of
Jack Edmonds but he would cross their signaturesoff the proposed property the
has years not been arrested ,because Product (GNP) is greater r the list and return to work For Second Year uncertain degree to which the
"at this time we have only his the current econo- than the debt the country is .- within the hour. Roberts did property may be subject to
word to go on," Green said. mic depression on high priced safe. "This may have been ,I not comment on this except to STARKE MayorCommissioner flooding and the possible
oil U.S. Senator Richard that the twelve who Charles Schaefer has additions to the waste-
''We don't know yet whetherwe true In normal times Stone .... say signedthe costly
I (Dick) Stone said here Tues- been re-elected by fellow that be
are dealing with homocide said,"but when a recession or petition retracted their water system may I
day there has never been a Starke City Council membersto
additional
signatures. required
added, depression comes along, we
suicide Green
GIlt better time for "horsetrad- road workers have serve another year as
must do some rethinking. )"" County study'l'l'
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ing" with Russia on a "grainfor He said that President been trying to selforganizefor chairman of the governing allocation of public
;; uJY oil" deal than now. Ford's proposed$28 billion tax months because they are body.In this project." I
J7-1 1 "Their cattle can't get cut might be grandstanding disillusioned with the handlingof a 3-2 vote Tuesday night Over the vigorous protest of
through the winter without our but the effect would be good -- sick leave time, treatment Oct. 7, Schaefer defeated developer Hon Davis who'
oil" Stone told a concerned because you can't cut revenue received on the job and an unfulfilled nominee Marc Jackson suggested urged immediate action
for the Harold
group of constituents in a without also cutting spending.Two promise by the county post by because "every day is Impor-
Schaefer nominated -
courthouse confab, "and we hard questions remain, commission to have weekly I Epps was tant" to his firm D.S.&N.,
need oil from OPEC (oil producing however, the senator said: meetings to settle such difficulties by new Councilman Joe Clearinghouse Committee
sJ ) countries. If we can where will the spending cuts Warren and supported by members voted unanimouslyto
H break the! cartel of oil from, and who will get councilmen Vernon Silcox and
price come
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::1 himself.
we can recover from this the tax cuts? He would favor \ :: ; :; ances occurs, there will be a Schaefer, a sergeantmajorin FHA with a report of the t
depression." across-the-board uniform .i" !" committee's and
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the local National Guard
Concern over the high priceof spending cuts, and tax cuts ; their feelings, Roberts said
( has held his seat and
unit
city
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lower income '
and fuel oil benefitting attacked
gasoline was \.. ilkaa'li rr.., Steve Cowart, official Davis the Starke
evident in the first questionsput groups rather than big corpor- + spokesman for the crew, was post as mayor-commissioner City Council for its action two
to Stone during his cam- ations. THREE HEADS are better than one as Guy Andrews assigned to road operator since 1974. days previously, reversing an !
paign-pledge visit to Bradford "We have, to get revenue (left), chairman, Bradford County Democratic Executive duties and could not be Commissioner Harold Epps agreement to provide the project 11
County 60th of the state's 67 back into the government to Committee; former State Senator' and Acting Governor reached Wednesday for I was unanimously voted into with city sewage and
THURSDAY OCT. 1* counties where he has met. continue operating and that Charley E. Johns, and U.S. Senator Dick Stone compare comment. Until the incident the spot of vice mayor over water facilities.
with voters to discuss prob- comes only from tax revenue solution to the oil problem and the national deficit at Tuesday's Coward was assigned to office fellow nominee Vernon Silcox. "If the City wishes to with-
Tl$.r Growl I lems and answer questions.. ,based on profits. Q and A session. duties. Epps has' also filled a city seat draw its pledge we" will put in
Union County High School Stone said the price of oil since 74. our own services, Davis said
Stadium 7130p.lII.Bradford: was "too sweet by at least$2 a charging that the apartmentshad

,. School Board County from nations barrel"around for and the$3 blamed price a barrel increase OPEC two Nov. 3 Date Is Set To Open UGH Clinichelp with"a hard become the facts council a issue.political, rather" Issue than .(

Davis said "The City Coun-
Policy Review 5,.m. years ago to $11-12 per barrel
of the
cil is not fully aware
today. "The countries that are LAKE BUTLER No kid- pull the hospital off the and consultants. If there was Doyle Archer was the only day management agreement details. This is not a 236 pro-.
FRIDAY OCT. 17 now getting $11\a barrel for ding this time Union General tax rolls.;! Norris said. ever a classic ripoff, you all trustee present voicing oppo- with IMHS\ as tho one on
their oil are the ones that took Hospital Board of Trusteeshas Resident physicians will got it," Norris said, adding sition to the extension of con- "Almost two months getting Highway 16, We received a t
Union County vi. over and confiscated American set a definite date of Nov. function just like a regular that the board had learned the tract and permission for the contract approved"' was commitment from the city
WIlliston investments to" gain their 3 to open the hospital's clinic, doctor with office hours eight hard way the high caliber of rotating physicians. Archer cited by trustee Millette Hale and based on that commit- r
Homecoming Gam.,'p.m., powerful position, the senator under management of Inter-, hours a day and will be on doctor necessary, for the said he was disappointed in'lack as a major reason for the lack ment we had surveys, topo- '
said. '' Medic Health Services of St. night and weekend call along hospital. of results" from the 90- of action. IMHS could not graphical maps and
UC Homecoming Dane ."Everywhere I' go in Florida Augustine (IMHS). with two doctors from the actively pursue doctors with- engineering studies prepared.Then .
10p.m.-2pm. I find people angry over Decision came Monday Lake Butler and out a signed agreement, he
so-called: detente"$tone said Reception ,LB Council Halts Paving with no notification
Lake ButlerCommunity hitting at the controversial night, the eve of contract Medical Center Doctors will said.once whatsoever to us. they took
Center policy in dealing with Russia expiration between UGH and be provided to the clinic on a the hospital is openedto this action. In view of this, we
I IMHS following several fruitless -, basis Norris some type of operating We
monthly rotating wish to go our own way.
President
SATURDAY OCT. !11 inaugurated by to Street facility there will be a betterinducement
Nixon and, I carried on by I attempts reopen said Unpopulated City have already agreed to put in
for doctors to
in the last'
President Ford. "It is a policyof hospital doors IMHS. promises to pursue sewer and water facilities;
Union County getting nothing for our I months.' the search for a permanent LAKE BUTLER In a 3-1 when we have old streets that accept such a position, offered connecting with the city lines
Hers FrolicsMONDAYOCT. friendliness but a swift kick in A doctor shortage and limitations physician or two for thehoiIpital vote, the Lake Butler City need paving?" Marvin Norris. One of the major and to rehabilitate one pumping
"p.m, the slats from the '..Communists In finding a doctor but urges retainingthe Council on Oct. 8, halted Pritchett of the association drawbacks in recruiting was station at our own expense -;
," Stone said. ,acceptable to the local residency program even if paving undeveloped city asked. He added that he had the sense of risk felt by Inter- ." .
20 The senator also hit at community were cited as rea- a doctor is hired. road, and unanimously votedto land in the area and that he viewees. Davis further said that,
Ford's forthcoming 'I visit to sons for the delay. Dr Manuel "It's just possible that a have future applications for could benefit from the road's Doctors provided to the under its 201 Facilities Plan,
.. ElktandElkettasSupper Red China which he said Abello. who had been approved -' resident will come over fromSt. 'water and sewer services and being paved too. clinic by IMHS were the city is obligated to provide
at 7 p.m. would mean nothing 'more for the position, failed Augustine get his practice, road paving approved by the "It's not that we don't want described as "family-practice sewer and water facilities fora >
Meeting at a than another "TV spectacular' the Florida state board exam, built up.decide he likes it here council. the road. We don't want this residents, nearly all Ameri- distance of 8,000 feet outside f
with the President walking on said IMHS President, Dr.. and stays" said trustee Doyle Mayor John Shaw was the done for individuals. That's cans, in the age bracket of its corporate limits. He said
TUESDAY, OCT. 21 Hardgrove Norris., Archer. recent medical school graduates that recent University of Florida
a red carpet. We should get ., lone dissenter in voting to how we see it, Pritchett said.
something more out of.it than In unanimous decision, the, 'In discussion of doctors rescind previous council The council agreed that in who have completed an studies showed a pressing
I ,Stark, City Commission, that," he added. board of.trustees decided to qualifications board chairman 'approval to SE 7th Ave. the future all city streets to be internship and begun resident need for additional housing in
'Budget. Approval' Charley I E. Johns former I extend the terms of its con-, J.D. Grlffis pointed out pave considered for paving must practice.. Starke as did his company's.
; ,,,7,.m. tate "'senator and acting tract with IMHS until Dec. 1 so' that at least one staff doctor' Several members of tan come before the full council "Expect well-qualified private survey. i
CMHMVO .. Governor, asked, "How much that Uw firm could provide the, :would have to be American-. Union County Taxpayers the ,for approval. Similarly, the doctor "who is ethical and In the running exchange of
longer is Congress going to hospital with resident physicians born and American-educated Association initiated council decided unanimously, honest, Norris also told the words that followed, Mrs.: (Ir.
;tiJbr, $( HommunUu. .operate government with deficit ', a and laboratory ",.personnel \tQ meet community needs. ,action.: The. group complained i anyone making applicationfor I group. Clair Capps'member of the il l
: .::1".lt.allk' :' spending; It can't go on v ,. man the clinic."If .: "' Moral and ethical fibre of' thatrpavimg.that road wasunneawry water or sewer lines in In closing notes Administrator opposing group, charged thatnothing
ls I forever or the country will go- you extend the contract the man as well as education. there, were excess of 200 feet of the mainline Eugene Hardval said had been said about
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Ac-.u., .. bankrupt,':like, New' york i we have a way to help nweet, ''should also be. a major consideration no houses there. The group must secure approval that the Florida Medical Association Impact of the apartments on-
'.'J T....,1NwrH1NN I pointed out that the son of from the council. and the Alachua Medical SR-100 the only highway
city ,
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.. Cttor/, .. ongoing: expenses in I the dunning a physician ,
twe
council
MMM .member
T.S Thomas
/ I Stone replied that some noaptuT We can put .a resl-. < Horn added..: : In another motion the coun- Association had been con- artery serving this site; the
'J economists believe that '..' dent out here from St Augus-' "You .were taken to' the '.owned property on the street. unanimously: agreed to stop tacted to help .with .recruitment effect on school busing in the.

",'-.'.." ';" -' long ,as ;the Grow N.Uona..r. tied,to. handle- the L I ,clinieand: cleaners. by\previous doctors' ',"'!t N'G't: ,.\develop a neW street, (See Page 4> efforts. See,Page 4) tP t ta
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,Richard Woman's Jockel Club SpeaksAt MeetingRichard V i/f 64.ide': 4Tjii1cadys ;


Jockel spoke on the emphasis on reading.It .
Challenges of Education at the was announced the Junior ; '
Woman's Club of Starke Woman's Club will host the ro e0

luncheon meeting Wednesdayof annual Christmas tea on Dec. _. __. __ J. -.-
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last week. ,
Jockel, superintendent of 17.Mrs.. V.J. Spengler, presi-
public instruction, told of the dent, presided over the busi- ;' Gina Crosby and Donald Jackson ;Hi
reading assessment programand ness meeting and Mrs. M.A. 7 7S
requested the club to Payne, chairman of the edu- Wed Sept. 27 At Pine Level Church J
volunteers in the ,
sponsor cation department, with Mrs. nL'JI'
teaching aid program with L.A.' Canova, co-chairman, ..a r
presented the Miss Gina Crosby, daughterof
program. Mr and Mrs. Vernon
Norton-Nettles Freshmen Crosby, and Donald Wayne
GaskinsTurnerWedding $ Jackson, son of Mr.. and Mrs.
Engagement ToldThe ParentsTo lr '4rt4 Loyd Bryan, Sr, were unitedin
Oct. 31 marriage Friday, Sept. 27.
OrganieThe at 7:30: p.m. in the Pine Level dIfc!
engagement of Luciel $ Baptist Church with Rev. !
lone Norton and Walter Andrew Parents Organization of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne E. William C. Lovell performing
.J44, Nettles has been an- the freshman class of BHS will Douglas announce the approaching the nuptials. :
nounced by their parents Mr. hold an organization meeting!: marriage of their Centering the alter was a 15
and Mrs. Emerson Norton of Tuesday, October 21, at 7:30 daughter, Jacqueline V Gas- branch arch candelabra with
Orange City and Mr. and Mrs. p.m. at Bradford High School. kins, to Robert B. Turner, son ,V"t ftAlSx burning tapers flanked by two
Beryl Nettles of Raiford.Ms. All interested parents of Mrs.Janet Turner of Starke ,; nine-branch tree candelabrasand
Norton is a 1973 gra- please attend and help support and R.V. Turner of Belle two standing baskets of
duate of Deland High School your freshman. Glade. mixed pastel flowers against a rPdr
and is presently attending The wedding will be solem- background of palms. ros,
Daytona Beach Community nized October 31 in the presence t1 ;r a
Poisonous Plant 4 Miss Charlotte Whitehead
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of the immediate I
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in Fashion
College majoring a d. ,c31uR organist, and Beth Chapman,

Merchandising.by Burger She King.is employed Program GivenAt family. Mrs Bobby Alvarei, Mn. Randall Milton and Mrs. J.D. soloist,accompanied by Eddie

Mr. Nettles is a senior at Nichols (l-r) were pledged to Gamma.Theta chapter of Beta Blalock, presented a programof 4a
De and High School and is Homemakers Benefit For Cancer Sigma Phi. Robert nuptial Jackson music. of Lake- 10

employed Construction by Co.Gallencamp MeetingThe Society, At Ritual Of Jewels Held Oct. 13' 'land best,man.attended. Ushers his were brother Mike as I t 'dl

The wedding will be an Home and brothersof $ ,Itt
Starke' HomemakersClub At Overstreet Timmy Bryan,
event of November 8 at the II
Bridge ClubThe
the
which met last Thursdayin groom.
Church in
First Methodist the Agriculture' Buildinghas Gama Theta held its Ritualof Also attending were Mrs Miss Sharon Crosby at-"
Orange City. reorganized and is now Duplicate Bridge Club Jewels ceremony at the Virginia director; and tended her sister as maid of
.. called the Bradford County will hold a benefit for the home of Mrs. Grady Over- Mrs. Eve Godwin, sponsor. honor.She wore a floor length
Homemaker's Club. American Cancer Society on street on Monday evening, ,The next regular meetingwill yellow nylon gown over yellow
Mrs. Lex Green.visited her The club meets every Tuesday night, Oct. 28 at 7:30: October 13. be held October 27 at the linen. The gown was em-
son and daughter-in-law, Mr. second Thursday at 10 a.m. p.m. at the Pratt Street are Mrs. Ran- home of Mrs. J.D. Nichols. bossed with velvetized pink
and Mrs. W.H. Green, in A program on poisonous Recreation Center. dall Milton, Mrs. J.D. Nichols flowers and featured a low
Tallahassee over the weekend plants around the yard was Donation will be $1.25 with and Mrs. Bobby Alvarez.. square neckline and cap
She was accompanied by given by Mrs. Lola Johnsonand $1.00 for the Cancer Societyand Assisting in the Ritual were Family Reunion sleeves. The long skirt had a
Mrs. L.tl. Jennings who. Mrs. E.D.. Tenly, Jr., 25 cents for director's members of the XI Iota Delta wide ruffle at the hemline. She
visited Mrs.. Grace Long. president expense. chapter, Mrs. Verl Best, Mrs. Held Oct. 5 At carried a' white fireside,
Winners Tuesday night. C.W Slade, Mrs. Ralph wicker basket filled with
were a tie for first place: Dr. white daisies, baby's breath
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and Mrs.Ari Watana and Mrs. Bryan, Mrs. Arthur Patrayand Roy Clemons HomeRoy and yellow daisies.. church Fellowship Hall. Mrs. of the bride, assisted in serv,
Jim Minesinger and Curtis Mrs. Grady Overstreet. Mrs: Terry Gaines, cousinof Kirby Calahan Miami, aunt
Clemons celebrated his ing.Following
DeWitt C.JonesFuneral Sanders of the bride, greeted the a wedding trip to-
; second place, Ed the bride, and Miss Gail
birthday on Sunday, Oct. S, at
Wainwright and Jeff Wren- Shuford served as .bridal guests at the door. Standing in Disney World the couple is
a family gathering and cov-
shall. Shaw ReunionAt attendants. They the receiving line were the residing on US-301 north.
wore
gowns
Home ered dish dinner at the fashioned similar to the honor bride and groom, their par The bride is employed 'at
Clemons home.Celebrating.
Fairbanks attendant except Mrs. Gaines ents and bridal attendants and Cadillac 'Uniform Co. and
Mr. and TWrs. C.H. Naswor- the occasion gown was blue nylon and she'' Mrs. Effie Crosby, grand- Mr. Jackson works at the
STARKE, PHONE 9646200RENTAL thy, Mrs. W.B. Mundy and October 1 19 with Mr 24 couples and Mrs.from Clemonswere Starke carried a blue basket and MissShuford's mother of the bride.' Miss Bradford County Car Inspec-
Mrs. Lily Bridges returned *:.. blue Cindy Bryan, sister of the tion Station.
gown was
Monday from a five day trip to and their families and those groom, kept the guest book.
HOSPItML BEDS.WALKERS. nylon and she carried a pink
WHEEL CHAIRS North Carolina and Ten- The 20th annual reunion of from out-of-town: Mr. and The bride's table was
III CRUTCHES nessee. They visited Mr and the Shaw family will be held Mrs. Otis Morgan, Mr. and basket; both baskets were 'covered with a white alencon WattersonsTo
Mrs. J.T. October 19th at the Community Mrs. Gerald Morgan and Mrs. filled with pink and white lace cloth and centered with "
473-31V6 Nasworthy in
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS PHONE. daisies and baby's breath. Celebrate 25th
It( Ridgecrest and attended the Baptist Church in Fair- Linnie Carrol of Ruskin; Mr. four tiered wedding cake with
Dana Williams cousin of
Grand Ole Opry in Nashville banks near Gainesville. and Mrs. Wayne Clemons of flowing fountain. On either
Friday night.wecouldsellyouthis A business meeting will be Thomasville, Ga.; Mr. and the bride, was flower girl. She side of the cake were two silver Anniversary,
held at 11:30 a.m. followed bya Mrs. Grover Hatton of wore a white nylon, long dress candelabras decoratedwith 'I'll
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...... basket lunch. Sneeds; Mr. and Mrs. John and carried a white basket mixed colored daisies Oct., 25
All friends and relatives are. Robertson, Mr. and Mrs. G.E. filled with rose petals. David and five burning tapers. Miss "J>
invited to attend., Crews, Mrs. Mabel Long and Williams, Jr., cousin of' the Karen Calahan of Miami, Mr. and Mrs. Freddie Wat-+!
Mr. and Mrs. Ulyis Rhoden of bride, was ring-bearer cousin of the bride, cut the terson will celebrate their 25th
Lake Butler; Mrs. Ruby The bride, given in cake. wedding anniversary on Sun
V Mrs. Janet Turner celebrated Waters,Mrs. Morrell Clemons marriage by her father, worea The'two punch tables were day, October 26, from 3 to ,gp.m.
her birthday, Sunday and Mr. and Mrs.' Lloyd white floor length gown with covered with white lace cloths at the Pine Level Baptist
.! ; ,. ',' ';. &; with a family luncheon,given( Moron of Palatka; J.W. fitted lace bodice and tap and were centered with silver Church. ;
G', M ALONE by her children..Those attaBfK Upchurch, Jack Upchurch' sleeves. The full nylon 'skirt
4\.t.. punch bowls encircled with All friends and relatives'ard
.. log I< b t was poised over crinoline'and
lim'{ I'\r" nr ft- were a and daughter and Mr. and and mixed invited'toi: attend ;..i eUa. l
Jacksonville sprengepii summlrflowers.
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Johnson of had .
Jac- Mrs. Eston Parrish of Jack a bustle in the back. Her the '
Presiding at
que Gaskins and Brant'and sonville; Mr. and Mrs. P.D. flowered nylon headpieces bowls Mrs. ---- i
on Beauty and Value alonebutwewon't. Vicky Turner of Gainesville, Shirley'of Hawthorne; Mrs. her chapel length Taylor punch sister were of the groom Larry Mrs. Charles Darby was'
Claire Turner, Mrs. James Jessie Norman and Mrs.Doris train of illusion.A and Miss Elaine Wainwright. weekend guest of Miss Elise
Barron and Dr. and Mrs. Ricks of Orlando and their reception was held in the Mrs. Charncy Williams, aunt Jones at big Santa Fe Lake.
because Richard Odom families.

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I Mormons Night At Disney Have Family WorldThe Fun N Cason Faces 5 Charges In Keystone i; j il


I KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Union County educator said. however, thought the officer 'I "
Church of Jesus Christof children, Curtis and Craig, "They threw the book at me," "I was pretty upset about the was finished with him. He got ''I t"
,' Latter Day Saints (Mor'mons Scott and Susan Hewitt, Becky w aw'i9 said Union County School speed rap( Cason said he in the car and drove off. ; "},
) had a Family Fun Hutchins, Mrs. Julian Dobbs I + i Supt. James Cason of the five' hud not been drinking. Howard gave chase,
Night at Disney World and Pam, Susan and Patty r t f charges placed against him Cason was clocked by Key-, while l calling for
Saturday, Oct. 11. Woods, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin I after being stopped for speed- stone Patrolman John He was answered by meanii'j, t
Those attending from this Vickery and sons, Mrs. Julie a t- Policeman Wilbur :
ing here early Monday morn- Howard at 63 mph in a 45 mph
area were: Mr. and Mrs. Johns, Mr. and Mrs. William zone on SK-100 in Keystone E.P. Lee a part-time !
Jesse Branson, Gail, Jackie Russell, Watson and Jack, Mr. Ing.Charges stemming from the Heights. Howard, the siren on ford County deputy sheriff. .

and Debbie, Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Bill Duke and .. incident are: 1)) speeding, 2)) his police car inoperable, Cason turned left off SR-100 ,
Morris Starling and Chere, children, Mr. and Mrs.' driving while intoxicated pulled Cason over half a mile onto SR-18 and was stopped by
Pat Watts, Mr. and Mrs. William O'Neal and children, "a 3)resisting) arrest withoutviolence west of KH on SR-100. Howard Deputy Lee a few miles down
Larry Manning, John Callis Mrs. W.H. Hart and Mrs. 4)) no driver's said Cason did not cut his ,SR-18 toward Hampton. Then
and Tommy, Mr. and Mrs. Lillie Ann Johns Some mem .license,and) refusing to signa engine off as he looked Cason was handcuffed, put ,r I
Ovid O'Neal and four, bers were from as far away as citation. Cason will be through his wallet in search ofa into Howard's police car and I ,"
South Carolina. summoned to answer the driver's license Cason never' taken to the Clay County Jail I

4 charges in Keystone did produce.Howard in Green Cove Springs for pro- ,
municipal court."I thought Cason was cessing. Cason;s wife was
cSIRTHSMr. p-r Onal? certainly didn't intend to going back to his vehicle to allowed to drive Cason's car t'
I aMiss flee him, or resist arrest," the search for the license. Cason, and follow the- patrol car., .
Upon Cason's promise to '

and Mrs. Robert Ward Lillian Stump and J.T. I Mack Futch Is Named Prosecutorof behave, Howard said, he \V .
removed the handcuffs before
the birth of
announce a son, Murphy attended the Presby
Justin Wade,born October 5 in meeting near Ocala Tuesday. Mack Futch, former Gov. Ruebm Askew."I they got back to' Keystone ''ff'I{ !l

the Alachua General Hospital. assistant state's attorney, needed a qualified Heights. .t
Grandparents are Mr. and Mr and Mrs. Kirby Padgettof I former public defender and a prosecutor and I can't think of At Green Cove, Howard i
Mrs. T.A. Ward of Opp, Ala. Plant City and Elder and Starke native, has returned anybody more qualified" said, Cason refused three !
times to take a breathalyzer
and Mr. and Mrs. Melvin tF. i
Mrs. Elzie Spear of Georgiawere 'here to be a full time State Attorney Eugene test. Cason said he requestedto
Vaughn, Pensacola. weekend guests of Mr. prosecutor for felonies for the Whitworth is quoted by
call his lawyer, but was not
and Mrs. P.D. Reddish.Mr. Gainesville Sun as saying of
office.
----- Karen Moseley DCT Sweetheart, is flanked by Donnie Lott and Ollie Shepherd as- driver state attorney's his hiring of Futch. allowed to.
Danny Reddick and Alvin Murner Futch began work Oct. 1 and There is "some misunder-
watch the
road ( 1)) and Futch
Whitworth were
.and Mrs. John Glover of '
it has moved back to Kingsley about to ,
standing me trying
Mr. and Mark Milnerof assistant state
fellow
Mrs. Jacksonville spent the week- Lake from Gainesville. He once flee," Cason said. Cason said I
Kingsley Lake announcethe end with Mr. and Mrs. Curtis attorneys under former State
plans to live in Bradford he has a clean driving record, 'r
birth of Jenni- T.E. (Ted) Duncan.
a daughter, Pvt.James Woods Attorney
Sanders.
County when he can find a that this was the first time he
fer Carol born in Household Hotline. had served (in the
October 9 .. Assigned to Benning home. Futch post had ever been stopped. He and
the Alachua General Hospital. Mrs. W.H. Hart spent Fri- ..BENNING, Ga. Army Futch will work in both for 16 years before running his wife were returning home
Little Jennifer Carol Is the day and Saturday in Ocala by Becky Giebelg *Private James A. Woods, 18, Bradford and Union counties. without opposition for the from Daytona Beach. .
first girl in the Milner familyin with Mr. and Mrs. Mike May sm-of'Mr. and Mrs. Lester Futch, 47, the public defender's post. f

53 years. and son, Kevin. On Sunday Your Extension Home Economist Woods, Raiford, Fla., has office ui public resigned! _' for
Grandparents are Mr. and afternoon Mrs. Hart with Mrs. been assigned to the 197th Infantry The
reasons.
Mrs.. Joseph Kauffman and Pearl Colson attended a Brigade here. Florida"personal Department of GRASS

Mr. and Mrs. R.W Milner. Manning family reunion at QUESTION: Our lawn fur is Pvt. Woods, a gunner in Criminal Law Enforcement Ry sFresh.SEEP
Ocean Pond. niture and children's swing ANSWER: Mayonnaise Battery B,2nd Battalion of thebrigade's investigated allegations of .
often accused but it is i
reallynot
-----
set have begun to rust and 10th Field Artillery,
7 official misconduct in Futch'soffice. yE0ETA8ETS
blame
Mr. and Mrs. J.T. Carver corrode where the paint is the ingredient to for entered the Army in March He was exonerated of
Mr. and Mrs. John Arthur and ,family visited her peeling. I would like to food poisoning. Research this year and completed basic charges after tb..Ba9 Lb. SEES
Reddish announce the birth ofa parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold refinish it. Is there a special shows that mayonnaise does training at Ft. Sill, Okla. State any possible Attorney Robert E. 60 .. .Noty s ,
son, John Ryan, born October Williams, in Jacksonville paint that will not peel in this not support. growth of bac- He i is a 1974 graduate of Stone of Fort Pierce followedup ,, Ock
11 in Alachua General Sunday. climate? teria. Bradford High .School.
the investigation on orders
Hospital. Grandparents are The main problem with

Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Williamsand Mrs. Edith Christiansen ANSWER: In most Florida sandwiches is that they

Mr. and. Mrs. P.D.. accompanied by her areas, to control oxidation, receive a great deal of han- Bi-Centenni ial Flea Market FERTILIZER ;
Reddish. daughter, Mrs. John Jenks, you have to cope with salt air dling during preparation
returned to Starke from New and heavy moisture as well as which could contaminate the Set Decem ier6 25% Organic 10094'
in the ingredients. The sandwich
Orleans, La. ordinary deposit air. .
These attack outside ingredients such as'meats, 50 Lb. Bag 50 Lb. Bag /
your
Bradford Bi- Donations be taken to $449 $499
The
coss p County may
fish
Mr. and Mrs. Marion Harr- metals most severely. Buy a eggs, and chicken shouldbe
Committee is the old courthouse
(Did Vbu ,Krow91 ington and daughters of Or-' paint that is especially for- handled under extreme Centennial by appointment -
planning a county-wide flea only, by calling 964-
sanitary conditions, since they
mond Beach and Mrs. Bill mulated for use on metal Fall Round-Up
this December 6 with
food and moisture for market _
and of surfaces, such as galvanizedzinc provide 7150.The
Harrington daughter
slated to for the committee will
bacterial proceeds pay accept
Mrs.. Tullie( Norman is visit- Keystone Heights were Sun- ( coated) resist iron or steel. If sandwiches growth. are to be various Bi-Centennial pro- used clothing, wigs, costume MOWER TRADE-IN
water
These to
ing Mr. and Mrs. E.J. Eggersin day guests of Mr. and Mrs. paints corrosion and rust taken to work early in the jects, including restoration of jewelry, households items, ''I
Jacksonville this week. C.N. Christy.Mr. prevent the old courthouse and crea- tools glassware dishes, cur- Y
,
morning, to be eaten for !
and will be flexible enough to l Bring Your Old One In a
tion of a county museum. tains, toys almost anythingthat
lunch, making them in the
Local admittances to Brad- and Mrs., Roy Webb of adhere without chipping and try Court Street, beside the old works. To have items
store in l Basket If
evening, airtight wrap Necessary .
ford County Hospital this Dallas, Texas were last Tues- peeling.Labels of these such as plastic or foil and courthouse, will be closed off picked Mrs. John ''t -t"--\\
of Mrs. on some Pans
week include: Merritt Cress- day overnight guests freeze them overnight. Pack for the event. Selling will Miller. are being made We'll Take It In Trade
state that if
A.J. Barry. Mr. and Mrs. paints can be,
ler, Shana Schmitt, Mrs. them hard frozen in the next for at least one pick-up day in I
Webb of Mrs. applied successfully directlyover Individuals
Pennie Corbitt, Mrs. Dorothy were neighbors wishing to Starke.
Harris, Mrs. Betty Register, Barry 28 years ago in Japan. rust and or with minimum wich morning.will By have noon had the time sand-to donate items are asked to con- Used stoves and refriger- Liberal Allowances I J

William Reames. Mrs. Nora cleaning preparation. tact the area chairmen for ators cannot be accepted due
thaw, but will not have had
Thomas, Marvin Godwin, Mr. and Mrs. John Greene However, laboratory tests time to reach a temperaturehigh information. Donations may to lack of storage space and On A New
Mrs. Ethel Hardee, Mrs. and son spent the weekend show that despite label In- enough,, to promote the be ,left at the homes of Mrs. manpower.Baked .
Frankie Jackson and Ben Jor- with her parents, Mr. and dications, cleaning to the bacterial growth and spoilage Erie Sanders or Mrs. Eliza- goods will also be va, TOROorHAHNHand
dan, Starke; Mrs. Eunice Mrs. H.L. Chancey in bare, bright metal before However, remember that! beth Walker in Starke, weekdays sold at the flea market. .
Lindsey Melrose; Cue Dobbs, Wacissa. painting is critical' to assure some foods do not freeze.well '4-4! p.m,'Mrs. Gene Pear- Details will be announced J \
,
Raiford; Mrs.t ., Florence goodajlhesionapd'? protection.! ,. :! na.Chalrman.in:! the Lawtey.artpfWri later. .z Model Or Ride '
!
Schleunzen Keystone 'Mrs. F.J.'Shaw"visited Mr: yen t: iiPerhaps' \ \). Alice1 Faye Waters' ;.1 "This is an opportunity for
.
Heights; Mrs. Joyce Starling, and Mrs. Lamar Shaw and you"' have asked1 is il'l) charg Hampton, Miss everyone to participate and ,
Brooker; and Charles Clark, family at Ponte Vedra over QUESTION: I have begun to some of these same questionsor Kim, Hodges in Brooker, and donate to a worthwhile objec- 101lDA
Lake Geneva. the weekend.Mr. cut out a chiffon dress. This have other questions Miss June Drake in the Key- tive- so let's get those closets. GARDEN \
material is impossible to work and cabinets cleaned out \
related to home economics. If stone Heights area.
and Mrs. J.L. Bettes of with! hints have will 1ST CENTER
Any you folks, and plan to attend on
Mrs. W.H. Hart, Mrs. 'John so, please contact Mrs. Becky Residents living close to
St. Augustine spent the week be greatly appreciated. Extension askedto Dec. 6," says' Mrs. Elzie 539 East Call
Jenks and Mrs. C.W. Beasley Giebeig, County these communities are \J.ONnOL. St. 'i
end with LTC and Mrs. V.J.
spent Monday and Tuesday Home Economics Agent P.O.' > please check with one of the Sanders, over-all chairman of
PH. 964-5745
ANSWER Try these hints:
with Mrs. L.W. Strickland in Spengler. Press to: Box 1028,Agriculture Building chairmen for further. informa- the event. MMUl. <*.
remove creases (tat the Fair Grounds), Starke, tion.
W Wildwood. Capt.and Mrs. J.B. Godwin, 'cut off selvages, use a large Florida 32091! or call me on I .
f Jr. and daughter, Colleen left surface for layout, underlay from 8:00 Pvt. Donnie Patmon
Mrs. G.J. McGriff returned Wednesday for Fort Sill, Okla. fabric with tissue paper, pin to Weekdays : a.m. Assigned to Ft.Stewart
5:00 at 964-6554.
last Wednesday from three after three weeks visit with paper, pin inside seam : p.m. FT. STEWART, Ga., Oct. 8-,
weeks visit with her son and their parents, Mr. and Mrs. allowances,cut through fabric Sales Private 2 Donnie Patmon, son 1
Mr. and Mrs. PatrickT. and tissue Stay stitch Strategy Eddie Patmon of Starke
family, J.B. Godwin at Lake Butler paper. One little Girl Scout of W. ,
McGriff, in Milwaukee, and Col. and Mrs.. Frank each piece. Tear away tissue orders for cookies turned taking and Mrs. Jeraldme Patmon of 1J
was .
Slip a piece of Orlando has been toForward H
Foley in Indiatlantic. paper. paper down by a Louisville woman assigned J
Wis.Mr. between fabric and feed dog
Support Company,
that she ,
and Mrs. J.O. Gay and Miss Linda Haas has during construction of gar- who diet explained and wouldn't want was on to 724th Maintenance' Battalion, ,,I
his mother Mrs. O.C. Gay of ment. a Division at Ft. Set to ils
returned from a months visit have anything to do with 24th Infantry ,
I'
Gainesville spent the weekendin in Washington, D.C. and cookies. "Don't let that Stewart, Ga. ,I
Newland, N.C.and attendedthe Alexandria, Va. with Mr. and QUESTION: I am "brown ," the little girl persisted.worry The 1973 graduate of Jones ''It
Mars Hill College home- Mrs. H.H. Joiner. bagging" it to the office to you'.You just buy a box and if High School, Orlando,
coming festivities and football save money.' Is it true that you received his basic training at know.
want to eat them for I
me ,
game with their son,, Greg Mr. and Mrs: Mack Futch mayonnaise should not be will." you Ft.Jackson, S.C. He lives with

Gay, and son-in-law and and family of Gainesville have .used in sandwiches due to. food +Mrs. W.J. Roberta quotedby his .wife, Deborah, at lA
daughter Rev. and Mrs. J.D. moved to the Whif fen summer poisoning? Greenburg Apt., Hinesville, s 1
Gentry of Louisville Ky. Mrs. home at Kingsley Lake. Joe Creason Ga.
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'and Mrs. Gentry back to '--cr Ihl'i
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( Sighed one weary wage- John Brown'si
earner to another: "My wife .
and I have an A&P syndrome
& Joey Bakken, who is a'' WEO everybody! r. ,
(patient in the Cathedralkehabllltation Shelby Friedman
(, Center.in Jack-

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I Kindergartens: RelievedSTARKE

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Balancing a one million operating budget was expenses to recoup the money the additional personnelhired. terrible," said Curriculum it has for the time being':
percent budget reserve set at $62,000, but had been when the vegetables are sold Coordinator Lucille Payne, There is still mechanic troubleat
against relief for crowded reduced some $4,000 prior to the school food service pro- The first pupil count for referring to the kindergarten the bus barn with the two

classrooms, the Bradford Monday night. The additional gram.In funding purposes is due at the instructor with 35 students."I regular mechanics on light I ;
School Board voted 3-2 expenditure cuts it to around the discussion about end of this month with the spent several days in kin- duty due to recent illnesses.

Monday to spend $14,910 to $40,000, an amount which pro- overloaded classes, Principal results from the state due a dergarten classrooms. That "We're having trouble just
help overloaded kindergarten bably won't last the year Charles Francis pointed out few weeks later. Supt. situation is unreal," said keeping up," Moore said. 5W
classrooms. unless the board limits expen- that 11 high school teachers Richard Jockel would not give Board Member Pat Spengler, Twenty-two buses are

Three board members ditures to those budgeted. have more than 150 studentsper the board the comfort of referring to Starke Elemen currently being used on

Chairman Hall Art Gaskins and Parrish, how- day, the maximum set by believing the funds will be tary.Mrs. routes.
Rodney ; accreditation standards. He Judy Brown, who has routine personnel
Holliday, and Pat Spengler ever, were In favor of spend- made up by increased state matters
voted to a fourth kindergarten ing some $3,000 to start a warned the high school accre- funds, saying he wouldn't tell triplets, one in each kinder- the board awarded
approve teacher at South- vegetable garden plot at the ditation level could be loweredif the board something that garten room at Southslde Elementary continuing contract status to
the overloads continue., pushed for some BHS ROTC instructor Bill
FFA farm. No decision was might prove incorrect.
side Elementary, to freeze c
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enrollment at made on FFA Advisor Paul Jockel first requested the relief for teachers there. Mrs. Dampier,' effective Oct. 1. A _
kindergarten and Hutchins' request at Gaskins' Francis withdrew a request BHS English teacher plus Brown has been spending a former director of the vo-tech
Starke
Elementary, an
aide to relieve a K teacher at suggestion that the matter be for an additional English aides to relieve the kindergarten day a week in each classroom."A center, Dampier resigned
teacher to relieve the worst teacher's aide, I don'tthink when audit showedthe
Law ley Elementary who has settled at a later meeting, giv- program which would an report
Hutchins a chance to come overcrowding at BHS when it have cost nearly $24,000., would be unreasonable; center had purchaseditems
35 students. ing Eek> look on as Camera Club
became This is the time they learn Alan of the Ape is
Board members Arthur up with the exact amount apparent money as "There arc no real over from a parts store in Jar-
short as it apparently is. their basic skills. had interest sweetheart Vicki Hazen poses for photographer Jimmy
which
loads
Gaskins and J.T. Parrish requested.! Gaskins nixed anywhere, are there? Dampier an afternoon.
cited slim Hutchins' request for a feeder It is believed that the num- Board Member Arthur "You raise some good He then accepted a vis during the homecoming parade Friday
a budget surplus,
to just over one calf program, calling it unfea- ber of students is up, beyond Gaskins asked the school points, but where would we teaching position on annual
amounting "
of the budget, in sible because of low beef predicted enrollments. If thatis staff. trim? There is no reserve. contract.In .
voting percent against the motion. prices.Plan. so, additional studentswill "... except at Lawtey, I Gaskins stated. a five minute appeal Apartments... the school's $4.5 on the agriculture generate state monies for think that ratio is pretty "The kid in the classroom. before the school board Mon- -
Reserve in "
That's where It's.at, said day night Dampier asked that area, and traffic congestion to requiring a continuing processof
:supi. JOCKCI, urging to me he be reinstated)effective Aug. and from the apartments to a expensive additions arid
board to cut somewhere, or 26, so he could draw pay at CC new shopping center on US-301 revisions to such a unit.,
Differences Break Talks spend from the reserve. Kin- level from the beginning of the south.

Salary dergarten is an exceedingly! year instead of Oct. 1. Mrs. Capps said drivers Davis said if the developershad
important year, Jockel said. Dumpier said his ability as usually take the shortest dis- to install their own sewage
t "If we get another three a teacher had never been tance between two points, and disposal plant "we, will
percent cut..." Gaskins said, impuned He said his actions predicted occupants of the have 40 units and no more." It
Between Electric Workers referring to last year when the had been "incorrect," addinghe nitlal40 units would use Alton was originally planned to
City state cut its funds three per- was "ignorant" of the con- Road, Westmoreland, Epperson -. build 40 units initially, with an
I' cent and the board had to trim flict of interest statute at the and Orange Streets to ultimate goal of 90.
out $300,000 from its budget. time he was director of the vo- reach the shopping center The initial loan applicationto
STAHKE Negotiations ployees Relations Com amount to a six to seven per- volts when one pinhole in your "But this is basic," Mrs. tech center.In rather than the longer distance -' FHA is for $746,700.Of .

between the city and the elec- mission, (Perc) according to cent raise. glove could make it a deadly Payne rebutted. other action Monday around via US-301. the original 40 units, six
trical workers union broke International Brotherhood of Figures presented by Wat- proposition. It's not" an or- ,"I'm totally with you on night, the board: "These narrow streets will be one bedroom: 14, two
Monday night as the council Electrical Workers (IBEW) son matched those proposed dinary occupation, Watson priorities. I just can't think of -Was reminded of another won't bear that additional bedroom; and 20, three bed-
voted 4-1 to reject the proposed representative Aubrey previously by Jackson, but said. where the money will come meeting at 5 p.m. today traffic," Mrs. Capps said, room, Davis said. He
contract and offer city Watson. Watson topped his proposalwith Tentative acceptance of from," said Chairman Hall. (Thursday, Oct. 16)) to review adding that Westmoreland at estimated an average of 3.5
electrical workers a five per a salary for foremen 10 wages as included in the negotiated "Do we have the money to pay school board policies including the railroad (Peggy) crossingwas persons to unit. '
cent across-the-board raise. Meeting in effort to finalizethe Faber cent above) the highest contract was agreed for it?" the salary schedule to try too narrow for two cars to Starke MayorCommissioner -

Appeal of the decision will contract, union represen- position' ,.or about $200 a upon July 15 by council. Ac- "I don't think so," said Gas- to eliminate inequities there. pass at the same time. Charles Schaefer, a
be made to the Public Em- tatives and city councilmen week. cording to Watson, the negotiated kins. -Awarded high school Arthur Loudon, another spectator at the meeting, said,
again came to a standoff on "I don't believe you'll find agreement was "Somewhere along the line diplomas to the following vo- opponent, charged the apart "If it goes to annexation, we
salary adjustments. anyone in Tallahassee or any- received, accepted and .approved it's going to have to come tech school graduates: Janice ments would become a hazardto will have a referendum."
tae Motion made where else who will look at our at that time except for down to what the school sys- Burris, Oletia Crosby, Louis already overloaded munici-
was finally by
councilman Joe Warren to budget and say we ought to a final decision on money. tem is for," Supt. Jockel said. Donahoo Gregory Griffin, pal power and sewer facilities.He .
the entire give employees" money that Contract was drawn by The board finally decided to Margaret Larsen, James attacked the County Zoning -
reject contract,
we don't have, said council- council-appointed board of with the teacher
b after 10 months of go one at Tannen, Vanessa Wagner, Board for "spot zoning"the
nearly
Vernon Silcox in
man answerto bond trustees and city clerk Southside to freeze K enroll-
negotiations, and offer a five Watson's George Walters, and Robert area, asking "Why spend
proposal."We Merrill Edwards. ment at Starke Elementary, Tyson.Paid. money to get a plan if you
percent raise to city electrical don't want to tax the
"You don't with and the aide "
workers. Councilman Harold agree your on one at Lawtey capital outlay items don't stick to it.
I citizens of this community any bond trustees and city secre- Elementary, which was not totaling some $27,000, Includ- Mrs. Ann Wingate, who pre
Epps was the only dissenter in We don't want to raise
I more.
'the decision. tary, who should know whatthey're tied to kindergarten.After ing $20,845 in fees due Archi sented the new petition, said
utility costs either, although"I doing and whom you the FTE count is made tect Craig Salley for design that Alligator Creek, if further r
An Increment salary adjust- do anticipate it happening, authorized to bargain for the board will look at hiring development drawings on six' polluted, would affect Rowell,
ment schedule, presented last Silcox added. you," Watson said. aides for the Starke Elem. new classrooms at the middle Sampson, and Crosby Lakes. '-
Tuesday by councilman Marc Watson based the request on "Our income, actually, is a kindergarten program, and at school and two new buildingsat She argued that the proposed
Jackson at the regular council three factors: council- fictitious figure," Edwards teachers to relieve the overloaded Bradford High.Authorized site was unsuitable for 7\.a\; .
meeting, would have given appointed negotiators pre- said of the proposed city classes at BHS. The bidding to refinish development, adding that she Ilya Its

S Y y electrical men a five per cent viously offered a 10 percent, budget, the major factor, in discussion consumed an hour, the BHS gym floor. The had lived in the area all her Ce..Jl
increase, city employees are denial of the increase.
.raise, according to Jackson.
leaks the life and in
building no longer that wet times she
Watson counter-proposed revenue-generating people for "It's not something that Another hour of the five ,
Monday a separate increment the city and the workers are can't be dealt with. Like most hour, 7 p.m. to midnight, Athletic Department says. had seen some parts of it" .
schedule for each of the three skilled\ laborers, he said. small city budgets, there's a meeting was consumed in a "with water over my head. First Baptist Church of
I departments within the elec- "Climb a pole and wrap hell of a lot of frills in it,so just discussion of who will pay for Raiford Won't Seeking to stem Davis the tide of Starke is a family church!I IA

trical system that would: your hand around, say, 13,200 cut out your frills," Watson use of school buses on field opposition, said
By Jim, Lawson said. trips. End result is the board "Everyone presupposes we completely graded Bible
MOTHER OF Council also expressed i that will enforce its present rule Buy InsuranceRAIFORD will discharge wastewater study program for every.
into but
PRESIDENTSWhich PERC would not agree with a now, and look at increasing Alligator Creek we one in the family.
City Budget Adoption'Set of effluent
can dispose on our
state is known as discrimination among city the rates next year to fully pay TheTown landthe
,S Mother of Preti- employees.. ***. the costs of bus use; Present Council own remaining portion Graded Worship servicesfor
/pR > agreed Monday night, not used for development.We .
1 *"If we.. give a ten rule is that? 12 cents mile children designed to
you pef truckw
dents r" One of our oldest less to lease a fire the; can 'solve '
our '
own
t states holds this distinction For!>> Tuesday cent raise, it's that much ,will be charged plus the driver's volunteer fire department problems on site." ': meet. their needs.J. -"-
.. other city employees will salary, at $3 per hour. for the
Virginia. Men from Vir corporation and to pay City Councilman Harold I
get, Warren said. Another about the bus A Music that
? point but would program provides
who attained the high truck's insurance member of the Clearinghouse
ginia Epps, a -
STARKE Further con- allotment to the recreation The two parties were close
attacked board
use by mem- singing opportunitiesfor
office of president included not consent to paying personal Committee, said thata
George Washington, sideration of budget alloca- board for utilities. to agreement, remarked bers is the free use of the liability insurance for the fire- of all age groups.
tions were discussed at a spe- Bradford High School is Epps, especially with the stipulation vehicles for athletes, as opposed spray irrigation system
,
Thomas Jefferson James men. effluent the
cial meeting of the Starke City' using the former National that no employee to charging classes disposal requires The happy people of First
Madison, James Monroe, The council also agreed to water table to be at least ten
William Henry Harrison, Commission Monday night in Guard Armory on US-301 for would take a cut in salary with which go on field trips. The lease the west half of the town feet below the surface of the Baptist Church invite you

John Tyler, Zachary Tay .preparation set for its for regular budget meetingnext adoption its ROTC Parks program and Recreation, accordingto schedule.the proposed increment board apparently feels if one hall for housing truck and ground, to meet state and fed- to loin them this week for
had to all should.It other fire-fighting equipment. an enjoyable Worship ex
lor, and Woodrow Wilson.It pay eral requirements.
Oct. 21 at 7
Tuesday and
Randall Davis
in
Director Contradiction city
is natural that many of is not fair, board mem- The truck nad been given to Turning to Davis, he added.. perience.
allowing the city to pay for decisions will be the basis of bers said, for a third grade the de-
our country's early chief p.m.Councilman Joe Warren the town by forestry "Do you know what the under
utilities and mamtainance of appeal, Watson said. He will student to have to for ''
a A staff of trained Ministersare
executives from Virginia pay partment. ground water table is on
came opened with criticism that your
since it was one of the some departments within the the building.The file on behalf of the city electrical field trip but to transport The council also agreed to property?" available to serve you
first areas to be per- to move was approved two unionalthough dues athletes free. The athletic allow the county to conductthe "we have not made such a and your family.
city deliberately overspend ago, Davis said, Includ- have not been paid, for "
manently settled.' James increase their allocations. He years coaches have been! driving the town's building Inspec- study, Davis said. "EPA
ing a provision that use of the "unfair J labor practice" .on buses at cost but the band-
no
the first tions. (Environmental Protection "The Church with a Heart,
town that
was perma- followed with a motion .
free to the ROTC' that the of Starke
building was grounds City master has refused to drive will the site In the of
nent English settlement, the city clerk be directed to Agency) inspect Heart Starke"'Ben
program.The has failed to negotiate fairlyon his bus, according to Director and if it is not acceptable the
being founded in 1607. Virginia monitor all spending of the LB Council. ;
also issues vital to the contract. ..
buildingsand
city uses "
of Jesse Moore.
has a long and distin- commission to see that no Operations units will not be built. He P. Bryant
guished history. department goes into the red. property of the school Coach David Nurse says (From Page 1) added later that a''' tertiary Pastor
board Davis said but is
,
for the
AthleticDepartment's
paying treatment plant was another
and
History and people are Mayor Corn
to furnish its own construction of sewer and
interesting. We like people, Charles Schaefer countered required transportationcosts possibility, with effluent going Min.of the Word
utilities and water lines at SE 7th Ave.
upkeep.
will come to about $2,000 into the creek.
and like to serve them. In that no department could
'FLORIDATHEATRE. until the residents served by
fact, service is our primary spend more than $25 withoutthe "We need to get with the and will probably force an the lines makes applicationfor Csantos said that while a William GeorgeMin.
product. Come In today and council being notified and school board and see what increase in ticket prices next water and sewer lines. package treatment plant .of Music
check out the service for such a move was not restitution can be made. At season. Hurse says he has In other action, the council might meet present require-
yourself. necessary to keep tabs on least$100 a month is spent out been holding the line on ticket -Tabled immediate: ments, stricter regulations Travis Kim bril
departmental spending. of the city recreation funds to prices even though BHS action taking water will be adopted in the future Min.of Education
on fixing a rusty
cool and clean charges less' than most
Motion died for lack of a the building, tank. The council agreed to
surrounding schools.
second. Mayor-Commissioner Charles Fri Sat SunWHITE
clerk
between the Schaefer said. Jockel and Moore were have the city write
Cooperation pressing the board for an letters inviting bids for the
Starke Recreation Depart- Use of private vehicles for
STANKE rlOa10A ment and the Bradford School city business and gasoline LINE answer because Moore's budgetwon't work.Will bids
begin accepting
Board came under attack as allocations also came to coun- stand paying drivers
r the council looked at a $3,200 cil's attention for band trips, he said. for a pick-up truck for the cityto
I "Enforce the rule," was the use at all typejobS.recommende .

--- __. board's answer until a further City
look can be taken. Moore was Fire Chief O.B. Dukes contact
asked to come up with a County Fire Chief Ron Procopand

2... realistic cost figure for bus work out a plan that would
zCL p r'nittiBUILDING use.' allow the county fire depart-

plus. In conjunction, Moore ment come in to help with city
CONTRACTORS John Wayne in recommended to the board fires. Procop had made the

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PRICES GOOD TIIRU SAT. October 18,1975 TELEGRAPH Pages
First Pecan

Auction Set (E1jJ1DIJi3( (! ( (] lmjJf1( ] 831 Starke S., Walnut Fla. OeAalsrw, I


P.AH.Y 9-9 SUNDAY 9-6 HURRY SOME ITEMS LIMITED SUPPLY!
For Oct. 30


STARKE '. The season's .
first pecan auction has been
set for Thursday Oct. 30 at 1 JOHNSON 1 0
p.m. at the Starke State FOIL I R
Farmer's Market, according & JOHNSON Afka- ''''RP.
to Market Manager Bob Allen. PAK MISS N
l'"It looks like a pretty good -
C'op,'; Allen says. "We 36 CT. ''
haven't been able to determine BAND-AID 1.75OZ.TUBEKOLESTRAL BRECK tgsTrk', PERSONNA
just what kind of quality V M1 rna wr if HoL .
we'll have, but we expect it to BRAND LASTINGPLASTIC
be ALKA.ml.' :
Rain good.may have hurt. Allen .......
says he is sure the pecan scab, STRIPS HOLD ;-
a fungus to which wet con ,
ditions problem.are The favorable fungus or, is rust a #5669 VALUE PAK 50' PLUS 20 SELTZER HAIR CONDITIONER NON-AEROSOL HAIR SPRAY INJ BLADES :

causes a blackening of the hull
and causes the nuts to fall off BAND-AMU q :

early.There, were no auctions last a REG. REG. 7CT. '

year Allen due said.Growers.to the light yield," r 884 94' 59 1.79 88' TUSTEETEN

are asked to bring A
in pecans to be weighed ,.
between 8 a.m. and noon the
day of the sale. If nuts be LIMIT
can ONE LIMIT ONE LIMIT ONE LIMIT ONE LIMIT TYVOrr

'Variety separated!it and would in bags by in .......................... };; J
help ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.:....
weighing Allen says. < :

There will be a buyer ..............
staying at the market to buy
nuts, in case a grower wantsto r
PEOPLE TRUST ECKERD'S FOR QUALITY
sell on days other than SELF PROPELLED "
auction days. There will be
several buyers on auction PRESCRIPTIONS AT LOW, LOW PRICES! o 22 INCH CUT m I
days, Allen says. :: !
C.R. Bradford's cracking 'Xym (OVER 2 MILLION LAST MONTH ALONE) > i ,
.
POWER MOWER
service is also expected to be >oIA v I
available, Allen l .
reports.BROOKER "S.5, HP Briggs & Stratton 4 c cl.motor. .
Adjustable cutting height'
)from 1'/." to 3". Regular 124 99
CONTINUOUS
MUNSEY
:

IN BRIEFBy BAKER/ ELEANROILER REG.13.99 m ffffi m POLAROID l I $ 8 B


Jeannette Prescott Slant ityli,baktt.broils, SX-70 FILM LACK DECKER
I 88 top browni,to ts,warms
SCHOOL NEWSA while claming itself AdjutuM -
Teachers Planning Day ::::-::*::: 2 4 *rack positions. In mm\ FOR POLAROID ELECTRICLAWN
will be held Friday, Oct. 17. d.cor.torcolon CLAIROL SX-70 m
;No school for students.. CAMERAS 9 9

1 next Reports Wednesday.Last will be. sent home 'f SET TO GO GRASS REG. 7 II MOWER

week "Smoky theBear" REG. r CATCHER 9.S9 REG. 89 99
*UOHTWf If NT.TRAVELING $ 88
stopped by and talked 29.99 HAIR.liTTill .. 18" MOWER !
>to the students in Mrs. Cook's, WITH 1 ill WITH GRASS
Mrs.\ Powell's, and Mrs. I o- oIUMeO SIll CATCHER
Ivey's classes about fire prevention MHltM fOil IIIIIIUTIIIDU.U'
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,c! of National Fire Pre-- m MODEL m: ?
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The CARNIVAL Halloween Carnival NEWS will m SINGLE ,09 LAWN HOSE im

I be held Saturday asked Nov. 1, and 11 BURNER "" L'OREAl 8 01.iitRBAL SESs-' EFzEE '
parents are to start saving II ,
items for the country store -.uu.I t . .
I and the auction,which will be 1\\\ SHAMPOO e.
II
L: a new activity this year. Many \
people are still needed to help HAMILTON BEACH
with the various booths and
j activities. The following have ATHLETIC tI S.OK AEG.usE 199
volunteered their services to TABLE RANGE pRO.BRIEF'' 3.15 i --

it be in charge of the respective N UMITONfIOEAI . ,
3 KENDALL'
activities. '
S Auction, Ted Bigham; 88 FOR FAMILY PD RTER BY MADE FOR"t.
jj Greasy Pole, Phil VellengaX ; ?y ; 1 5 MEATS CAM'ING ORT m SUS ,, ,ety n FLORIDA ''
Ring Toss, George and Janice "fNTEIiTAINING.. .. ....- ,\'fC'.f. .,' ,
>' _:> CLIMATE' '
Pierce; Supper, Margaret #311 G17:93 466
Store, _/ 69 r
Dyal; Country Nancy 1 REG.
0
3 Brewer; Grab Bag, Betty CEPACOL 14 '1II\I.nll""O \
S.99
Lynn; Parade Linda and 10tTU..U''ml' . ,
Tommy Cox; Milk Bottles, . . i:.:,.| 4
Mary and Richard Mayben; SUNBEAM ELEC. MOUTH; WASH _
Sponge Throw, Melodie and TAL, OSCILLATING li

Rick Stilwell Ezell; ;FortuneTeller Booth } ALARM CLOCK Floss 50 YDS. SPRINKLER

Building Phil Vellenga; Dart ,88:}; : MODEL WITH & JOHNSON 55"PIXIE mm
.1X'llIAfllllU
Game, Marshall Pardee. }'" JOHNSON' : _
SWEEP SECOND HAND UNWAElo NWMINiiIAlIDA10ZI -
Serving Shift No.1, Janie i .
:11 Y011NLINIILEIIMITIWOMOOEI .
Hayes: ; Serving Shift No. 2, .
'Julia Kirkland; Pies, Joanne LOSS . .
Fussell; Hot Dog Stand, Ann | 9 3 DENTAL
g Starling, Mary Jane Green; 249 10-21
:3 Cakes and Cake Walk, Virginia -
Crews, Jean Parrish; ::"
Raffle, T.J. Mann; Sweet !! -k 24 INCHMETAL FULL OR 2
,' Shop, Yvonne Tetstone; Trac- SIDESETTINGS
tor-Trailer Rides, Wilbur -

. Andrews; Duck Pond, Terry PORTA PORTABLEGRILL
}
Ivey. CRYSTAL DESIGN ',:-. ,'= REG. 4.99
Raffle items this year will
'i I I be: rifle, counter top mixer, 1 FILE BOXES WASTEBASKET i
bicycle, and either transistor 1m:
radio or record player. OUKABLE PLASTIC WASTEBASKET / For nil orfnih
AVOCADO WALNUT HI SPINNING
The Costume Parade will tty ; I water
+ CUT CRYSTAL DESIGN /. '
r WOOD GRAIN FINISH SURRYASSORTED '
*begin at 4:30: p.m.. REEL
-:. Supper will be served from 5It REG. 99'REG. COLORS 8 IAA T
and Auction,8 until FOLOINO LEGS
p.m.; p.m. "
r 288 '
sold out. } :: THERMALBLANKETS 4 POSITION GRID ;
To volunteer for work at the }: 3.49GIANT 77 899

carnival,please contact Laryi '" .
"
Brewer, 485-1029; Virginia 30 QUART '''quality pnciuonanfinMrtd WSli
Crews 485-1055 or contact the 250yds.
; ti '' holds -
school. SIZE REG. t44 O-. ICE CHEST BEG 13.99 .25 Ib.tin.

Wilkerson BIRTHDAYS, age: 4 Danny, Oct. Ray 13; FILE BOX . 121SSP-4 EVEREADY ,.I. .;:: { '
Dorothy Truett, Oct. 10; Ann j It 'REG. REG. BAITBUCKET
HEAVY DUTY
Truett, age 11, Oct. 17; Ebsen 1 8. 8 2.39 7
,Parrish, age 11, Oct. 10. j f.} MEII'S. "AA"BATTERIES 6.99 5 17. 4: ,
STUmV FOAM WITH VIPUlCOVf
FUNERAL NOTICE ::,.:: IAmIMt. MO MO NMHI _
Sympathy is extended to the : "
!family of John Groover, who : GOLF REG99
;resided in Oak Ridge, Tenn., : 9' '
i on the loss of their loved one. : ALUMINUM 5 H.LADDER .
i Local survivors include three'i I :: JACKET
i i sisters, Mrs.Nona Mann,Mrs. REG. 1.10

i Lydia Crosby,of Brooker,and j WITH ZIPPEIED BONUS PAK 4 FOR
Mrs. Amy Williams, Hamp- j FRONT 18 ,j r
I j ton.They attended the funeral : ,COLORS.ASSORTEDCARDIGAN i :.' ; }L ::::: REG. DENTYNEGUM
services in Tennessee on : 388 CL
f I AND J ::: 14.29
f 'Tuesday, Oct. 7. 1 .2 S fi MS. r 88

PERSONALS d r SWEATERS 1u LIMIT FOUR ;8
Mrs. Thelma Polk Mr and RAID

I'Mn. Ronald Polk and :.,% ,1, REG. ,ToruMcotwn 1 0 \ : : v gag: :;:;:; :;:i :: ai: ;:af ..:....
!children,of Brooker, and Mrs. % till"ALIlEI _
0 1'Faye Padgett, of Gainesville, !' 7.99 'kANT&ROACH
spent the weekend of Oct. 11 1 HIO.J.l 1
Earl Stokes !
with Mr.and Mrs.
,: and daughter in Columbus, :. '' KILLER
:.: k':. *?k. Film Prints Kodak Film
A j Ga.Harley Shaw Is ''still In 1 : }! : }; h} y-01} }S.ti SY S + ,! SS pkb ua your
{ S Wh
C:{ r:: ; Col tot of print
+{:};;:Gfy; ; i} + ? v:}x. n on OHtra :titi s+
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Shands Hospital, Gainesville, ; .afti::{ 16 OZ.AEROSOL d o IOMd| fill* ti : ::
}
IIII// } ,} wild ovory roll of fi:5:;
'. ai {y [1 f } r S{ 1 rinhlu ylworolliofKodocolor yi. h'rY'r
be
and is reported to improv REG. 1.29 s,1''S, ti., color or block and 1 1 p or block ,, .::;::: :
i l ing. Please keep him in your !s whilo Him tfovolopodTOOAY and whllo film for rtio t&tffS1.SOZ.
.1 ktiY .
prayers !L, S 'RIGHT PAK OF 12SPONGES { AND*rVKYDAY 1 e AND P EYAYOAY '':$} 'i::,}},}};;
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.PPcocn poppers, toaiten, etc. ROLLONDEOO. M.4V S : S .t'
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FIRST TORNADO WIN SINCE 1971' .' :' *(' a: ... .. .,... "


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tUl9d1. BHS Pass In Tie Breaker Downs'\PS'22..21


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no i STAKKE Screeching to a in time to enable the 1975 Tornadoes A' combined running and STATISTICS Oliver, who caught a short Lashley who was in the clear'on 'On BUS'S fourth, and final, play around the ends off the
sit-down halt, Richard Lash to battle to a 21-21- passing attack gave BHS a BUS PALATKA pass and ran 30 yards to the a crossing pattern at 'the' 'offensive play Prevatt kept on option, rushed for a net 58
ley reached behind and over deadlock with the powerful second touchdown early in the 12 190 Yards First Rushing Downs 10 BHS 39. The next two first Palatka 40. The 25 yard pass the option and went around his yards despite being sacked for
4 his head to trap the pass that Braves. It was billed as a second period. Prevail pass 168 Yard Passing 20J 98 downs came on Payne passes, was thrown behind the BHS right end for three yards, to losses of 6, 8, and 19 yards.
*' gave Bradford High a 22.21 game between two evenly ing to tight end Steve Ernestfor ( ISO PC.PAPI 10210 17 yards to Oliver and 13 yards receiverbut Lashley man the Palatka 22, before Brave Prevatt had runs of 19, 19, 20,
win in an overtime tie-breaker matched grid teams, the best a 20-yard TD with 10:17: 0 Fumbles LOll >* 0 to fullback Jeff Roberts out of aged to stop and reach back John Trescot nailed him. and 17 yards.
.Toll) with Palatka South. each had faced this season. left, capping a 57 yard drive. 61.. Penalties Punts ; I 'fllJ.MS )'.3. the backfield. Payne ran it over his head, trapping the' All BHS had to do then to
nor The circus catch broughtni Striking first and suddenly, Palatka came right back over on the option from hard thrown ball against .his win was keep Palatka on it's Palatka speedster Greg
; Bradford High to a 3-2 season the Tornadoes scored on a 77- with a 73-yard drive topped bya SCORI OUARTKRS seventy yards and Vine upper chest. side of the 50. On Palatka'sfmal Arnold, main Brave running
r.'rri I record and a 1975 homecom- yard pass from quarterback 66 yard scoring pass from BUS 1 6 15 TOO 0' Oil22Pa1e1pa :0-21 Fenner s extra point kick tied Payne threw to Oliver on down Payne'passed to threat, was limited.to, 52 yardsin
blw ing victory. It gave the Torna- Jimmy Prevatt to wideout QB Bobby Payne to wideout the game at 21.21 with' 8:10: Palatka's first down, but'offi Oliver at the Palatka 40 where 19 carries.
vbn does a filth victory in 20 years Richard Lashley, at least 20 Alvin Oliver. The score stood Touchdowns remaining in the game. dais ruled Oliver had trapped Lashley promptly tackled him The pass was Palatka'smost
bas over Palatka South. at 14-13 Palatka with 7:27: still 1) BHS-Lashley 11 yard pass from The BHS defense stopped the ball. the BHS victory. effective weapon. The
yards behind all Brave to ensure
Pr"" << EP Prevail kiCk failed .
Coach David Hurse's deter- defenders when he had to slow remaining in the second 2)) P.lalke-Peyne. 11-yard run EP- Palatka on the two remaining From the Palatka 40, QB Braves could get only 90 yardson
A8'mined' charges led 21-14 at them down to nab the The period. Fenner kick good. series, but the BIIS offense Jimmy Prevatt ran for four The Tornado passing game the ground, but big Bobby
)/ half. I'alatka was forced to speedy Lashley wasn't pass.aboutto The following series drove 3)) Ernest 20, yard pass 'from Pr.vatt.EP couldn't sustain a scoring yards, to the 36, taking the worked for 168 yards in the Payne threw for 202 yards
Ire make an 86-yard fourth periodI1Jil" be caught with that big a BHS 70 yards in four plays, 4))-Palatka--Ollv Prevatt( kick good.,66 yard pass from drive. option around right end. regular game. QB Jimmy completing 10 of 24 pass at-
drive to tie the game up. The lead, and BHS led 6-0 with 9:03: Prevatt passing 22 yards to Payne. EP-Fennor, kick good. BHS won the toss for the Palatka's lUcky Duty Prevatt completed eight of 15 tempts. Payne had a quick
tin'' BUS defense had all it could left in the first period. Lashley for a score with 5:44: 5)) 8HS-L..hlev. 22 yard pass from first tie breaker the Tornado slammed him down with a passes and three touchdowns release. lie would take a stepor
handle with Palatka's bal- Prevatt's first after left in the second period. To Privet EP--Clark,pass'from Prevatt. varsity has had to play. The hard tackle.On his best performance so far two back and throw the
anced running and passing attempt was wide point to the right. make up his missed extra Fenner 6)) Palatka kick-good.Payne, 7 yard run. EP- JV experienced a tie breaker Palatka's second offen- this season. Lashley caught ball. Other times he would
ame. BHS had particular point,and taking advantage ofa earlier in the season and lost it sive down. Tornado middle five 'of the eight complete fake to Arnold. then simply
{ trouble up its middle with Palatka came right back penalty against Palatka on The two teams fought to a to Ocala Vanguard. guard Scott Pooser got in the passes for a total of 133 yards straighten up and release. The
Brave \udeout Alvin Oliver driving 66 yards in 12 running the extra point. Prevatt standstill in the second half, Under the new tiebreakerrule backfield with QB Bobby and two touchdowns. Tornado line, because of the
giving BUS defender Lashley plays with quarterback Bobby passed on the second try to except for two occasions. The the winning team is the Payne. Pooser chased Payne quick release, found it trickyto
a rough,,: time of pass coverageall Payne going over from 10 fullback Jimmy Clark on a BHS defense stopped Palatkaon one which pushes the ball deep, the Brave quarterback Runnlngback Beaver get to Payne before he
night long. yards out. The Braves took a sprint out throw for a two its 16 yard line in the third deepest into the other team's finally slipping and falling in DeSue with the BUS passing threw the ball.
/ The dormant Tornado HI lead with 3:31: remaining in point conversion. BUS, then period and a bad punt gave territory Each team has four 'efforts to elude Pooser," and attack loosening,the defense,
passing game came to life just the first period. led 2114. BHS the ball on the Brave 28. offensive downs, alternatingwith losing 10 yards in the process.It gained 129 yards in' 21 carries,
yl BHS had a first down on the the opposition. was the second biggest His top performance to date. It
Palatka nine yard line but By winning the toss BITS Tornado gain of the tie is the first time this season the
failed to get the ball in to the had the first offensive down. breaker.On little Tornado work horse has
endzone and Prevatt's field Prevatt completed a 17 yard BHS's third down from broken the 100 yard barrier. Tr
ws goal try on fourth down was pass to Lashley at the Palatka scrimmage, Beaver DeSue' Breaking through the Palatkaline
r short. 33. A BHS tackle was penal ground out two yards up the repeatedly DeSue finally
The tough Brave eleven ized for illegal use of hands on middle, to the Palatka 24. got a little running room,
; made it's own scoring opportunity the play, the gain was nulli- From his 24, Payne tried to showing he can still turn on
-i in the fourth period, fied, and BIIS found itself on hit slot man Herman Gilyardwith the speed. He had runs of 38
t using Payne's passing to get the Bradford 35 facing a the bomb but the big and 22 yards.Quarterback.
I needed leverage. Big play wasa replay of the down. quarterback threw too long at Jimmy Pre
47 yard pass from Payne to Prevatt threw again to the BitS 25 yard line. vatt, running on the power



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"We've emphasized Palatka game, firing three "We did an excellent job Aycox returned the Eastside
y" 4M ) the kicking game touchdown passes."I against Eastslde," Sexton punt Is center Wayne Scott,
will win or lose for us, and it's says. The specialty teams are guards David Godsey, Willie
been true so far," says Coach tell you we work hard on made up of some regulars and Perry, and Lee Casey; tackles
1
David Hurse of his puntingand the specialty teams, both some boys who don't play Andrew Carter and Curtis
w I punt return teams. offensively and defensively," except on the special teams. Crawford ends Erie Biggs wwErie
,/' Up until the Palatka game, says Defensive Coach Mike Members of the Tornado and Charles Revels, up backs
the Tornado punting or punt Sexton. punt return team are: ends Emmitt: Bright and Jackson
return team has set up the TD "We think the specialty Erie Biggs, Willie Perry; Prevatt, Blocking back
There was the blocked punt teams have been a big factorin tackles Jay Godwin, Kenneth Beaver DeSue, and the
against Buchholz that led to a both the wins we've had. Cruger; guards Scott Pooser, punters, either Jimmy Clarkor
touchdown ... the bad snap at We're real proud of the effort Curtis Crawford; blocking Jimmy Prevail.
HI IS runningback Beaver DeSue worms his way between Brave tacklers. DeSue ran for 129 Fernandina, which BHS these kids have put forth."' backs Emmitt Bright,Andrew The punt teams broke down
yards! In 21 curries! against Palatka, his top performance of the season. coaches say resulted from The BIIS punt return team Carter; middle deep man several limes in the opening
pressure from the Tornado allowed no returns at all of Beaver DeSue, and the two game against Eastside, for I
I line ... and the 57-yard punt Tornado punts in the Eastside: deep men are Richard things like roughing the I
return by Kenny Aycox which'set game so closely did the Lashley and Kenny Aycox.. kicker, off sides, but since
up the Tornado touchdownin Bradford players cover the The punt return team which have played winning football Biggs catches a Jimmy
the Eastside game. i' punts of Jimmy Prevatt and formed the wall behind which BUS coaches say. Prevatt pass for eight yards.
The offense took over in the Jimmy Clark.:

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BUTLER "Our kids "All four played commendably Daryl Williams came
.61) I did a good job in 'sucking it considering their through with 15 tackles and
...y.e up' Friday night" Union illnesses and injuries," Jones assists in the game. Glen
County head coach Jack Jones said. Kemp pulled an interception
said of the performance of along with 12 tackles.
on( these Ir new Magic I Chef Ranges'Model t four sick and disabled footballplayers Chris Lawson also had a "Kemp now has six interceptions -
in contest with good night in the defensiveend and eight
+ Hawthorne. position with seven breakups for the four gameswe
'Sucking it up' is Jones' tackles six assists and one have played." Jones said.It .
term for "forgetting what's fumble recovery. Defensiveends was the third shutout this
wrong with you and playing Billy Williams and Curtis season for the Tiger defense.
I : i Bake and BroilAt your best anyway." Dean Addison had 12 tackles and "Our offense came through
iJii, Will he run or throw. Tornado Dukes and Vernon Sweat were assists each, Jones said. scoring five of the seven times
QB Jimmy Prevatt the
kept
; Palatka defense guessing he varied sick the night of the game. they had the football, led bv
as the
witha
option keeper '
L.W. Cummings and Tim Cedric Warren was chosenby quarterback Danny llazen.
,. : r Either Level I 190 play, completing action pass.eight Prevatt of 15 ran aerials.for 58 yards .and passed for Whitehead were injured from the Jacksonville Times- Jones said.
the Chiefland contest.Stop Union as defensive linebackerof Ilazen completed eight of 14
..aaa..aaala.a.. the week for his 19 tackles passes for 132 yards gained 88
and assists, and a pass interception yards on the ground scored a
Eye Level Jones said. touchdown and ran a point
Cooking Fire Warren now has a total of 58 after.
tackles and assists in the four Jones has a special group of
games of this season. offensive players averaging
Costs seven and a half yards every
Less Than
WITH : time they carry or throw the
.I.. ''' I' ball., After the Hawthorne
S I.a.S, .;;,d.. s game, Kemp was added to the
'
j You Think a > : ;: r 'i\ group, which consists of

GOOD "" .. Danny Hazen. Sam Jackson
Luke Smith and L.W. Cum-
{ : \ mings.Jackson averages over
A213W12 : 100 rushing yards per game,
Now EQUIPMENTfkr .: Jones said.
OnlJ S28800Low I \t .. I:, "I. am certainly pleased
l/I)
j i ..." Ask with our passing game iTrHhe
I
.' .. # .a .... ., last two contests. It has added

Down Payment W/Trade NOW d ..I'I;I ..1,..<:z;,,p" _, ::_;::::" ':"(., Q. harley offense another," dimension Jones commented.to our

1 'r' Tigers covered 147 yards of

Take Up To'24 Mo. To Pay IS THE TIME t" i' JL.One territory by air Friday night.

Jones took advantage of an
open date last week to prep his
Your squad for the upcoming con-
To Have
Your- Fire Extinguishers of the most Impor. test with Williston and evalu-
tant aspects of property ate the first half of the 1975
ownership Is the amount of .Tiger season.
Serviced. insurance coverage that "Licking our wounds, I
Choice . .. the property owner has. guess you'd call it. Things are
Less than adequate cover not going as well as we'd like,
age will be a real hardship such as our kicking game.
',- > FIRE FIGHTERS EQUIPMENT eState if your house or property I Is We'll emphasize that from
destroyed In any way.It now on out," Jones said.

Gas Or Electric F. of Jax Will Be Atg '
i must be consideredthat The second' half of the
--. I Harry Green's Auto Parts property valuesalways season will be tougher for the
increase,
\ II II I as op Tiger team, Jones said, than
I 320 posed to most Items which the
I sj E. Call St. 964-8011 depreciate In value. So, the first half season.
Newberry has lost
only one
Now Thursday Oct. 23 has amount must of be insurance adequate one game and Santa Fe is still
Only I to undefeated at this point.
Model cover the cost it would take "We're
concentrating on
$11800 UA313W114 & Federal Law Requires That Fire Extinguishers' its to replace present your market property value at, Jones Williston commented.right now, though,"
and not the
original cost Williston is the last district

: Be Inspected, Tested & Serviced Periodically. e e.. figure the actual which value. Is less of than the conference game Union.
County faces, and Jones indicates
This, Is Your Opportunity To Have Your Extinguisher property. that the title is already
In the bag due to Williston's
SawyerSladeAppliances Serviced By Professionals For vital information on loss last week. .
At A Reasonable
i Price all aspect of the purchaseor "We're definitely state-
sale of property, see us bound at this point" he said.
today. Real Estate I Is our Jones is counting on Luke
Simply Drop Off The Equipment/ Wed. or Thurs. profeslonallnter..t. Smith to finish the season

And They Will Do The? Necessary Work To Insure r Charley E." I''I Smith following gained the Williston 128'yards game.In

332 W. Madison \ three attempts carrying the
JOHNS
Starke96477O1 That Your Equipment Meets All State & ,Federal AGENCY should football be in the his additional last game spark, and
131 SO.
WALNUT
ST.'
Inspection Requirements needed to pull the team
PHONE tl4-SO7O through the toughest part .of
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Baby Tornadoes To Host Palatka South Tonight j jSTARKE I



rf 1 Bradford's Baby game the Brave JV has lost at tackle Dennis Brown strong Hull running back Marvin Dennis Brown noseman Next week- the Tornado JV i'

1t' Tornado gridders are to host home "So they'll have bloodin guard Hal Higginbotham Tyson, and blocking back. Kevin Neel, linebackers will play a doubleheader on
Palatka South at 7 p.m. their eye for us this time," center Chuck Register, weak Allan Norman. David Dailey and Hall Higgin Bradford Field At 5:30: p.m.
tonight (Thursday Oct. 16)) in Redding says.Offensive guard Ricky Johns weak Defensively the Tornadoeswill botham, cornerbacks Esau the ninth graders will meet
1 what Coach Butch Redding starters for the tackle David Dailey, split end open with: ends Roland Bright and Dale Rogers Victory Christian's junior
expects to be a tough hard Tornadoes will be: tight end Dinky Kilby, quarterback Jeffery Cummings and Bill Hayes safetys David Carter andHenry varsity and at 7 p.m. the
BY NEIL CRAWFORD. fought contest. Roland Cummings, strong Norman, fullback Scott tackles Craig Holmes ana Pete. sophomores will again take on t
The Baby Tornadoes are 2-2 tough Vanguard.
old Florida stubby bass.I to date, with wins over Live
think I will sell bass Oak,8-6, and North Marion 22-
my Miller is Elected FFA President
0, and losses
boat and start fishing from the to Gainesville I
bank. High, 8-0, and Ocala Van- t

The water is up' in Crosby guard, 10.Palatka's. Tommy Miller was elected National Bronze Chapter /
Rowell, and Sampson lakes. JV Braves are 3-1 president of the Bradford FFA Emblem at the National Convention .
Fishing has been good in to date. They have beaten Sr. Chapter a t its first meeting in Kansas City Mo., in
the water is Vanguard handily says Coach Oct. 2.Other. November. Representatives I
Sampson since ?
ii up. Redding, in the only common new officers are Zed will be Zed Hamilton. Donald .
foe. Palatka lost one game to .r Hamilton, vice president
I understand Mr.. Dave Ocala ; Hamilton Jackie Marr Andy
Forest by two points. Kim Tenly, secretary and
Paulk has been landing some Palatka ; Baldree Sonya Tenly
fine bass in Crosby Lake since much. The Tornadoes doesn't throw .. Charles Ferguson, treasurer; Tressie Baldree.In .
the water is back to normal.It see the patented Palatka expectto Sonya Tenly reporter; recent activities FFA
is very simple. A fish has Jimmy Duncan sentinel ; members Belinda Kilby Kim
power sweep some off tackle
James I
Tomlmson chaplain; Tenly. Julie Harris. Terri
to have water to survive. The
dives and traps. Palatka also
David Baldree, :
parliamentarian Parrish and Cindy Griffith
oxygen content is most important runs a tough 6-2 defense like I
participated in the Calf
and when a lake is the varsity Braves. '
rS This chapter will receive the Scramble Oct. 11.
Harold Branham receives low, it lowers the oxygen Bradford plans to attack
Bassmaster of the Year content. with a 5-4 defense and a j."
award from past presidentEarl We Bassmasters are in balanced throwing and DAY CARE
Muse. hopes of continuing to keep the passing attack Coach Red- 3 -'
water level up in these three ding says. CENTER

Bradford Bassmasters will lakes. "I think we've really improved L !
FROM ARM BABIES
hold their October tournamentat The' County Commissionershave from our first game. 7j S. S /1
Orange and Lochloosa on promised their utmost We're a much better team TO SCHOOL AGE y
Oct. 18th. support to try and accomplishthis than at the beginning of the
CONSTANT CARE-
The tournament will beginat mission. year Coach Redding says.
k
7:30: a.m. and will end at Last year the Baby Tornadoes 2 BALANCED SNACKS
7:30: p.m. Bass wishes beat the Palatka junior
Both of these lakes are low 1 Neil Crawford varsity in Palatka the first 0 NOW OPEN 7:00: A.M. TO 4:30: P.M.

especially Orange with its :,:,:,:,: ,;,:,:,:,;,:.:.:. :.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:-:.:?: ;,..,..,."''..,.,.............................. .. _u _._.. REASONABLE RATES
grass problem.
Dale Johns and I fished WE WILL WORK WITH MOTHERS TO SOLVE

Lochloosa a few days ago,
bass fishing has been slow RTS S} __ THEIR PROBLEMS ( .)
according to all reports we g2 _
received. I Iti Greater Bethlehem Free ',1'-tt'

Dale had a couple of fish, k PoL. M.t W A w, _;S b..Y _. Will Baptist Church "f
but failed to put them in the .
boat. Tornado defenders Richard Lashley,coming up from the secondary at left, and Jay Godwin, 1101 CHESTNUT STAT ASH ST. 964-5136 4'.
See at Nell's Fish .Sys.2.. coming from his defensive end position zero in on Palatka speedster Greg Arnold. The BUS OR .
you Camp i tt1s} }/E,/ tiityliti'jl:}:Sa: :{:ti:..: defense limited Arnold FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CALL 964-0866 If
on Cross Creek at 7:30: a.m.Saturday to 52 yards In 19 carries.

October M.L IIIW. -
Bryan Thomas 1

Bradford Bassmasters had

their annual banquet at Wins Zone
Bernie and Jean's Restaurantin

Melrose Sept. 20. .
'-
Bassmasters and their PPK Contest

wives had an enjoyable

evening. I'm sure '" no one JACKSONVILLE Bryan .
walked away hungry, with all Thomas, 11, son of Mr. and
those fried and boiled shrimp Mrs. Delano Thomas of .

available. Starke will participate in district 45 i ,
Past president Earl Muse competition of the we were ,. .
awarded trophies to three national Punt, Pass and Kick years ago 1
outstanding Bassmasters for Contest after his victory over '
,
their superb performances nine other contestants 5,
during the 1974-75 season. Saturday, Oct. 11. I
Harold Branham was Starke was well represent in '
awarded the trophy for Saturday's zone competitionas
Bassmaster of the year. three other Bradford boys
Harold was point leader for placed second in their respective the kind of banks
the year. age brackets. Kenny
Jody Starling was awarded Clark, Richard Fender and ;'
trophy for the most improved John David Francis were "." ,' .
I. fisherman for the year. Jody each topped by just a few '. ,j. .......'. ,," '., -'l' Ii,
worked hard and long for this feet taking second honors in \ ": ; .

award, he earned it. the contest. ': .- .f.... ;.;>.. _._-:... ..... ... "
Don Thompson Lwdnil the Thomas will travel back to ",
I. ',
t' '' .
:.z classic that capped the 1974-75 Jacksonville's EnglewoodHigh .
S. season. The top six point School this Saturday to Flonda I ",'
leaders fished this classic. match skills with top footballers '. needed.j -. .);;
from north Florida \ :,, : ,
Don walked with this w ;
away # ,",
trophy. Don also finished and south Georgia. ;; ).i< V*: ::.3., ; "

second, pointwise, for the \ "

season.On behalf of the club} I Men's Flag ') : .

would like to congratulatethese '

Bassmasters for their Play BeginsThe Westillare. \
\
performances. : :;
Winning is not everything A.
.
J; t
Men's Flag Football \: ... .
but the will to win is. These .' \0
Bassmasters have demonstrated League got underway, Sunday ," ..r":1.l/1; ., ;', ,.
"I'' .
their will to win.I October 12, with four '. r \ ,1. .'" ''" .. I,
'
would like to thank H.F. teams making up the league. ;. l' :,' :" \ .
Games are played each '
Wiggins for a job well done. S ; l'
Sunday afternoon on the .f .
.
lie Master of
was our \
;
Southside Elementary School /, ;
Ceremonies at the banquet. .
Playground at2 and 3:30: "
H.F. can get anyone's attention p.m. : < :
.
including those p.m.Starting things off in the .. : :''''
Rodman bass. : "
first game were Mr. "B" and "
Dale Johns certainly has .
the Independents. It

bass been out catching of Orange his Lake.share of Mr.strictly"B"a came defensive out on battle top was 60.as :t In 1930, when Florida and the nation were in the midst of a *:\ ,

My son Kevin and I were out Dwight Elder scored the lone '. 'I .
'
in the Sampson City area a touchdown for the winners. financial crisis the new president of the Florida National Bank .. "
few days ago checking the The second game proved to "

carry water our level.fishing We gear decided along.to I Jerry's be just as Athletic close as Bret House& \ of Jacksonville believed that Florida lacked a sufficiently conservative ::\,

tied a black spring tail worm slipped by Kitchen's Tile 7-0 .' o
on Kevin's rod and he beganto with Wesley Sheffield scoring banking system. In an interview with the press he said: I, ;1' F
cast like wildfire. I tied a for B&J.Sunday.
purple spring tail worm on my ,October 19,will find 1 ,'
should
"Banks Their
.
rod and the first cast, I Mr. "B'" taking on Kitchens are public trusteeships. primary object
landed an 8-pound bass. This Tile in the first at 2
game p.m.
was the second prettiest bass and Bret & Jerry's will meet I be the safe custodianship of the money entrusted to them. If all
I've ever. caught! one of our the Independents at 3:30: p.m. ,

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Tigers To Prowl Tigers- Meet Williston In Homecoming I


beat Union County In regular its kicking and passing game of the season and has
LAKE BUTLER Take
one two years ago. He added that' he been out ever since
'season games games;(
week off from regular compe- have already the offense will "keepthe Jones lauded
The Tigers hoped Timmy
Tonight At GrowlLAKE tition, add homecoming festi- captured the district title, momentum" it had in the McGill's "100 per cent effort'
vities and you get one Union though. District teams P.K. last quarter of the Hawthorne in his blocking at the Williston
County varsity football team Yonge and Hawthorne have game. The Tigers mada four game. Jones was also tremen-
ready to attack Williston Fri- defeated Williston and the touchdowns in that time dously pleased with Darryl
day night at Tiger field. Tigers have beat both those period. Williams' 15 tackles and
.
BUTLER Tigers Eight former homecoming remain assists and fumble
The Tigers one recov-
teams.
will be the Union County's first nee. Besides those ingredients,
on prowl Thursday queens the I
undefeated for season. Jones said one of his run ery performance.
night as Union County High football coach, Sidney Pad- Williston is the last team
In the state the
School begins its homecoming gett, and two of his former Union County has to play to ners, Luke Smith, may be playoffs
Jack Jones said back to play. Smith separatedhis Tigers will face the winner of
celebration with studentproduced players will be guests of honorat grab the district championship Head Coach
Tiger Growl. the homecoming activities.A and was the last team, to his team had been working on shoulder in the second the Interlachen-Jasper game

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pep rally will be held at Baseball With Gulf Coast
Hull College I
The Growl is slated for 7:30: the stadium following the parade ,Plavine:
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p.m., complete with bonfire, at -"
Friday approximately "
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pep rally and skits by clubs 2:30 ; : Hull ,two of i able mention allconferenceand
: p.m. S 'Matt Hull,"' star footballer ball as good as he's ever hit it. l 'plaYed years
and classes within UCHS.
t and baseballer at Bradford Gulf Coast Is hosting a base- baseball at Bay High where he his senior year was all-
s voted Rookie of the Yearas conference first team in base-
t ball tournament this weekend was
School for the two
1 High past
The Union County marching Union County'shomecoming fY is already playing with Auburn, FSU freshmenand a sophomore.; In his junior ball. lie was captain of the
bout with years
at BITS, Hull played baseball team as a senior.
band will lead a parade of baseball with Gulf Coast Com- area junior colleges.Hull's year
Williston will begin at 8 p.m. f and second base and Hull! 'was also the starting
more than 70 entrants I Friday munity College in Panama parents, Mr.and Mrs. shortstop
all 1 p.m. At least 20 floats will I Friday. Homecoming queen Joe (Hull of Crystal Lake, are this past year as a senior was fullback on the BITS football
be presented, from which five and guests at of honor halftime will of be the recognized City.Hull signed a two year grant planning to attend the tourna- used at shortstop and as a team end as a senior was
award winners will be chosen. The 1975 homecomingqueen with the west Florida junior ment in Panama City. His pitcher. named the most outstanding
Two mystery clowns are game. candidates are Donna -- college this past summer. The father is a former football Chosen the most outstanding back.
slated to entertain the crowds. Alexander, Jean Holmes, school plays both a fall and coach at Bradford High and Tornado baseball player The scholarship is a two-
Original plan was to have a Esther Watkins and Renee' spring baseball schedule. Bay High at Panama City andis this past season Hull batted year National Collegiate Ath-
contest in which the identity of Newsome Hull is alternating with last presently assistant principal .465 and was selected for the letic Association grant-in-aid
the clowns would be revealed, year's starter at third base. at Bradford MiddleS Class 3A all-state team. In his which pays room, board, and
but activities director Sharon He reports he is hitting the hool. junior year Hull was honor- tuition.
Minshew is having second A dance will be held following \ -
thoughts."I the game from 10:30: till 2 -
a.m. at the Lake Butler Com- :f&V'1 1 Drawdown To Reduce Growth In Rodman
munity Center. High school 'BUS ; Plan Under Study Hydrilla I
lIomecomlngQueen
don't think they'll ever students, alumni and their
want to reveal who they are, dates are invited to attend. Gloria Strickland ,-GAINESVILLE A plan to double drawdown of the reser- said, "but: the second draw The Commission approved a
once the public sees the Theme for this year's home- reduce the abundance of voir during' 1976. The down should substantially plan for the double drawdown
routine they have worked up," coming festivities" is "A More Second Place Isn't Bad hydrilla in the Rodman Reser- rationale, according to Dennis reduce the hydrilla growth. at its meeting in September in
Minshew said. Perfect Union. voir by water fluctuation is Holcomb, fisheries biologistfor Orlando.This plan now goes to
under study by the U.S. Corpsof the Commission, is to dry "When you have the capabilities the Corps for consideration.
S } wg yp :" f Engineers and the Game out the vegetation above for water fluctuation Woods noted the Commis
For New Girl RunnersSecond arid Fresh Water Fish Com- ground, exposing the tubers In as we do in Rodman," John sion's proposed schedule
mission. the soil. Woods, fisheries chief said, could be adjusted after con-

place isn't so bad, Other Bradford runners "this can be an inexpensiveand sideration is given to possible
especially when you take into were Linda Richardson, "We would expect a lot of effective way to control hydrological, biological and
consideration that it's the twenty-fifth, 12:12: and Nancy hydrilla growth after the win- hydrilla now currently cover- socio-political problems priorto
-' team's first year. McNeal, twenty-seventh, ';The proposal calls for a ter drawdown," the biologist ing in excess of"4,000 acre ." implementation.

And the Bradford High 12:31.:
1 i- : ; Girls' Cross Country Team Mrs. Howard said she has
: placed second in an invita- had two cancellations in the
BHS Has Date This Week I f
tional meet Oct.4.That makes past week, which hampers Open ooaQaaO
three second place wins. competition. She said the ,
GII M Six teams and 41 girls competed team is"priming for" the dis- Bradford High footballers The Tornadoes rested Mon-
in the St. Joseph Aca- trict meet Nov. 15. Mrs. have an open date this week, day and Tuesday, practicingin
demy invitational. First place Howard said she has high after getting on winning side shorts just during the ( O (! [33 [3Formerly
ry went to Trinity Prep, from hopes in that meet, becausethe of the ledger with a 3-2 mark seventh period of the school
;- Orlando, which had 49 points. top three in the district go last week with the big 22-21 day. They returned to pads Me' iV
Bradford girls took the second to the state meet. win over Palatka South. Wednesday afternoon to workon
place spot with 55 points, and The next meet is set for ,Next game for BHS will be fundamentals for the ( Tastee Freeze)
Oak Hall, from Gaines- Tuesday, Oct. 21, at the Santa in St. Augustine with the Yel- remainder of the week.
Nobel Homes Cost Less Money Than... ville, came in third with 62 Fe Community College coursein low Jackets, another tradi- "We've got five games U. S. 301 N.
points.The. Gainesville. tional game under our belt now," said
JIM WALT HOMfaCVANttAV
OM.SHINGSBCNMV Bradford girls' coach, Coach David Hurse, who OPEN 964-6567
,
HOMES 63 Melba Howard said, "We did thinks his team is ready now
NATIONALACUSTOM"HOMES SUILt HOME 11 very outstanding. I was very Bears, Jets Winners In Small FryThe for the five tough games com- 11 am 10 pm For Take Out
: WESTON HOMES $ SQ FT proud of them.' ing up after the layoff.
MOST MOBILE DOUBLE HOMES WIDE' Mrs. Howard said Oak Hall Recreation Department's Saints single touchdown on a "Our boys, except for the Bring The Kids For A
COMPLETE had been expected to win Small Fry Flag football 5-yard run. Fernandina game which wasa .
'. because that team has two League finally got back into Shawn Jackson caught a mental loss, have! improvedin
ALL MATERIALS 'INSTALLED '
., INCLUDING ELECTRIC' PLUMBING.CENTRAL Donna and Robin action after a week's delay touchdown for the Jets and fundamentals
AIR CONDITIONING" t H''''. CARPETING: AND DKAPCS girls, Campbell pass technique Jr.
"1900 Sawn tool mnm.m.'O B iwirttl((dory. plus local'T.... \ who are working out for because of rain and the boys and Randy Wheeler'' scored each week." Burger Special
.""""",". the Olympics, running for the had two good games Monday, what turned out to be the After St. Augustine, the Tornadoes -
Bradford & team. Oak Hall took the first October 13. winning extra point as the Jets face now undefeated
Clay Counties three places in running. The Bears got off to a good slipped 7-6 by the Falcons.The Ocala Forest on Oct. 30, a 1. lr Burger Mustard Ketchup Pickle
Ribbon winners were Merri start as they won their game Falcons got the points on a Thursday, in Ocala; Mac- No substitutes Please
NOBEL R.T.LovomRea'tor' Ormsbee seventh, 10:20: ; 13-7 over the Saints. Richie pass interception-touchdown clenny at home on Nov. 7,
P. o. Box 725 ._ Ruth. iHazen, ninth 10:25: ;, ,Fender came up with two *. 'run: by Robby McGee. Tallahassee Rickards Nov. 14 1 fry
j HOE[ S Keystone Heights, Fla. Lynn Pierce, eleventh, 10:29: ; defensive gems as"he Inter' "'TTie Small :;' ,'at home, and Live .Oak ,aU Only C
473.3254 473.4691 Cindy Griffith, twelfth, 10:30: ; cepted two passes and ran Monday and Wednesday afternoons home in the final game on 1 Coke -79 Plus Tax
@ and Frances Coltrane, sixteenth them back for touchdowns. after school at the Nov. 21. IL
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WEVE TISSUE I

Rev. Andrew Vanes 2 19 ( J11: \

Rev Andrew Varnes SAVE OFF SAVE
Starke, died Thursday Oc. I WITH THIS COUPON AT MKTKV MIDI. I
tober 9, in the Bradford a I TOMII THRU OCT...,.;:/. UMIT.I I'I lOd I
FRESH uex COUPON WITH* .M OK MOKI REGULAR GRIND
County; Hospital following a 1111II rOOOOHDIK.IOIACCO... "
brief illness. ,... KCLUDID .ODUCfa.J Pantry
Born in Bradford County ---------- ORELECTRIC I
Rev. Varnes was a retiredminister GROUND Pride.
life in Bradford, and lived and his entire Union CLIP THESE UP TO PERK 1:

Counties He was a member of :du':

the New Methodist River New Church.Congregational COUPONS!" 78 C: nibmu

Mrs.Survivors Mollie Include Varnes his Starke wife;, B E E F- AND SAVE COFFEE r

two daughters: Mrs. Viola V.
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Crews of .Lawtey; and Mrs. "'" ;.
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Geraldine Griffis of Raiford; [ y
two sons: Carlton L. and Calvin I WESTINGHOUSE I
J.Varnes,both of Raiford IrJ
one brother Mr. Claude; LBS LIGHT. BULBS I C .
Varnes of Hilliard, Fla,; two e'l; .B.JIt
sisters: Mrs Eva Byrd and AND 3 PK Mrs. Ruby Byrd both of j .o/ / oo 19 (1I LB B )lH t .

Hillard; fourteen grandchildren I OFF WATTWITH ... ., Kl l
and three OVER '"I.COUI'Olt AT P "'T MIDI ITOftll j
great I LB I THRU OCT.....1..a.UNIT' 'I Or. BAG /IIIUCII 1
grandchildren. COUPON.. WITH 'M. OH M0" Irooo H'fHi( l
Services were held Sat Oct. O 0.11 TOMCCO HOOUCT
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Rev. JohnW.
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Cemetery under the directionof I'} '.'
Archer Funeral Home of PNK I
Lake Butler. SAVE SAVE SAE YOB SAVE IrPI ,j,
FLORID* GRADE FRESH
OR GEORGIA SHIPPED FRESH 1oli 3' 1011 OWN
Jerry Kodatt BONELESS LOTS OFCHICKEN RESH TENDER .r-

FRESHFRYERS noM J ,
Jerry Kodatt 80, of Little CALIFORNIACAULIFLOWER : \
Santa Fe Lake, Keystone < I
Heights, died in a Gainesville '
hospital Saturday evening 3 LEG QUARTERS WITH BACKS .
Oct. 11, following a long illness FOR STEW-GROUND OR PIECES 3 BREAST QUARTERS WITH BACKS
3 WINGS 3 NECKS 3 GIBLET PKGS. ;1'I
Born in Chicago on Jan. 28 ( ':If
1895,Mr.Kodatt was a retireddruggist WHOLE FLORIDA .'
He moved from 2 TO : PREMIUM LARGE .
Jacksonville to Keystone 2 PER A 3 LBPKG GRADE OR 4 :'
in He j HEAD
Heights 19C1. was an GEORGIASHIPPED '\ '
Army veteran of World War BAG LB <
One and a member of the St. i
Anne's Episcopal Church. ';i
Survivors include his wife, Discount Super Discount 'M EveryDayLowPrice EveryDayLowPrice I
Mrs. Martha Rogers Kodatt; Super EveryDayLowPrice EveryDayLowPrice EveryDayLowPrice ,
a son, ,Jerry Koddtt Jr. of :\\1 A'.,'
Tampa;' three brothers: IAA"/ MIlAn .EE" 2D' SONELESS {EEP 31 BEEF CHUCK 21 BEEP BLADE 21'U.. S. NO.1.20 jY '

and James Frank Kodatt Kodatt Joseph all of Kodatt Jack- SHORT ROUND CUBESTEAK CHUCKSTEAK WHITE ''YELLOWCOIIN

sonville; two sisters: Mrs.
Henry VonderHyde of Jack- RIBS STEAK ( STEAKS POTATOCORN :

sonville Chicago and, Mrs.jour E.E.grandchildren Kapsaof U.OOV'Y.. u..eovt. $ 8 ,usoovy.17. ul.oorr. 'T89 10 EAR :'1
and two great-grand- .....CT.D 7.C ,INSPSCTED u..DO7.98 INSPICTID LB BAG 99C' 0
children.. /ID C011N BID L$ La CORN FID l
PICK
Services were held Monday !
Oct 16, at 3 p.m. at gravesidein YOUR t;
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with Rev. Fred
Yerkes and Rev. Leamon : 10' 34' TENDER VITTLE:. IJ MOTTS t6' 20' v s,
Ward officiating. In lieu of CAT PRIDE PAK J;
flowers the family requests EARLY JUNE I INSTANT MASHEDPOTATOES APPLESAUCE ;
donations be' made to .the CATSUP FOOD l1'
Heart Fund. PEAS4l + + "
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Home of Keystone Heightswas .
in ,charge of arrange-. 14.5oz
ments. :. BOX j
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COMPARE COMPARE ,
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SKINNED AND DEVEINEO TO :3 LB PUS; GENUINE NEW ZEALAND SQUARE CUT SHOULDER '
C. Earl Suter, 80, of Key STARKE'S 3 TO B LB 90' 'I
stone Heights, died in the Beef Liver QUICK FROZEN TRAY PACK LB 69 20' I FOOD I Lamb Roast QUICK FROZEN' L8 79g "
Bradford County Hospital in J
Starke Sunday evening 75% ROUND BEEF 25% VEEETABLE PROTEIN LOW-W-W CENUINE NEW ZEALAND SHOULDER BLADE i I
following a lingering illness.' Kr 20 I 2 3 PKD (
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Keystone Heights for 13 years, BOSTON BLADE FRESH PORK i MEAT OR BEEF t LB P'G.
moving from Jacksonville. He 10' FAIR 1 '9 i !
$139
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chef worked aboard before ships retirement for the Mer-as a Shoulder Roast LO PRICES Oscar Mayer Franks f
MEDIUM' 'SUM M U..SHIrttO PICK 0 IHt CHICK .
chant Marines. He was a THICHS MNIMSTICM NIAST W/IIIS/ t 320 SOUTH I PANTRY PRIDE-PINT, ;:

Church.member Survivors of the include First his Baptist wife Choice Fryer Parts, LBS FRESH& DP 1189 10C oJ.r SUPERMARKETS WALNUT ST. ; Sour Cream 49C <\

Mrs. Patricia P. Suter; one EVERYDAY LOW PRICCS 7 DAYS A WEEK. BONUS BUYS GOOD THRU WEDNESDAY OCT.22.1975. QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED. 0'I
son, Daniel L. Suter of I\
Chesapeake Va.; five daugh- 1 1 1
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Portsmouth Va., Mrs. Elsie
Stephenson of Portsmouth, J
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Nadine Potter of Miami and MONTE
GOLDEN GRAINMACARONI
Miss Margaret Geoghagan of
Keystone Heights; nine APPLESAUCE INSTANT I
grandchildren grandchildren.Services .and 11 great. CUT GREENBEANS

were held Wednes-
GRITS ;
day afternoon from the & CHEDDAR
DeWitt C. Jones Chapel in
Keystone Heights with Rev.. REG., HAM & BACON FLAVOR
Leamon Ward officiating. 8
Burial was in Keystone I
Heights Cemetery. '

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Mrs. Alma LeurckMrs. CAN 7.25oz 29oz .


.Alma"Sis"Leurck,74, t
of Starke,died in the Bradford COMPARE LOW" Y YOU SAVE (COMPARE GLOW EVERYDAY' COMPARE{ OUR EVERYDAY YOU SAVE
County Hospital Tuesday PRICESI UP TO PRICES! LOW PRICES! UP TO :
afternoon, Oct. 14, followingan I PANTRY PRIOE2401j ;'

ford illness lifetime County of,resident Mrs.several Leurck years.A of Brad was. Pantry Pride Dog Food. o/l/ to'iUb'jj:| y Sauer Kraut 49' 12d j Waffle Syrup 79* 40' 1

born on Oct, 19, 1900. She wasa ELEtANT PINK-32U IMIDEN CROWN,32n I PILLSBURY HUNGRY JACK BUTTERMILK-2 LB t. I!

Lake Survivors member Baptist of include Church the Kingsley her husband Liquid Detergent. 3/l/ 1 47< |Lemon Juice 2/$1/ 1 Pancake I Mix 69,2\\ ti i S 'J I,

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Leo Leurck; two bro-
thers: Vasco Forsyth of PANTBY PRIDE-ILIIt t PACKER lABEl-IBw CAN Mil MXi I'
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Jacksonville Tommy; two Forsyth sisters: Toaster Pastries 4 1 Green Beans Punch Detergent 30'.4 ;

Mrs. Ethel Bell of Starke and
Mrs. Agnes Williams of Jack- '32M IAI 1100 COUNT BOX O'I J PANTRY AIDE WHOLE-IBM CAN I'
sonville. 79t 20< 99' '. !! 5/$1/ as*
Funeral services. will be Pantry Pride Mayonnaise Pantry Pride Tea Bags White Potatoes
held Friday at 2 p m. in the

Rev.DeWitt William C. Jones W.Tyre Chapel officiating with. EveryDayLowPrice EveryDayLowPrice EveryDayLowPrice B EveryDayLowPrice EveryDayLowPrice | EveryDayLowPrice B EveryDayLowPrice

.Burial will be in Kingsley
Lake Cemetery. Ili ROSEOALE SI' 3' r1
Paullbearers are Merrill! ; :J3 r** PLAIN OR
and Nelson Griffis Maurice Chicken & PICKLED SWEET SHOESTRING BANQUET WHIPPEDTOPPING V.i POWDERED
Lee Bill Kelly and Kimbo
Forsyth. Dumplings BEETS PEAS POTATOES SUPPERS DONUTS


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The tsetse--fly-and--its plagueof SAVE JOHNSON'SDIAPERS ._..___....__A 1\ ,. a -- Ell -Ica.
sleeping sickness have I -- \u... IaEW. CALM PANTIIYMID1
made off limits some 2.8 i TOOTHPASTE. ICED ANGEL CINNAMON
million! arable square miles ofi I COFFEE UNSCENTED
i Africa five times the area I: DISPOSABLE, ALL TYPES I, .S A T"'ERSPI"A"T" F000 CAKE TWIRLS
now farmed In''the United. ,
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Suites, National Geographicsays. CASH tI1TM TNM COUPON.OOOO'ONLY AT I : s ..... ".1 .,r''....
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I Scrambling A Dusty, Muddy Affair 1: _' :' : : "



STARKE Scrambling for a but rules of getting the calf out E.--: ,', <'.(, !ti0 F'(' /
calf is not all that "" .. .
easy, 30 of the arena were waived as ; ,
Bradford FFA and 4-H'ers : ,, .. ,
five ambitious young ladies "Si IW_." ;. ;
I found out Saturday night at tugged and volunteers pushedthe $. ,0.f < _\
the ninth annual Chamber of calves toward the gate. "
Commerce Calf scramble.

Terri Parrish netted the
Biggest surprise of the bronco. Other winners were
4 A. evening was a 200-pound Belinda Kilby, Cindy Griffith,
R # r wy Charolais bursting out into the Kim Elaine Tenly and Julie.
arena bucking like a bronco at Harris.

the 10 girls scramble-ready,
J the five judges and Sun Fifteen of twenty boys took,
reporter Bill Shields. home 350-pound prizes following
similar struggles in three
Girls required a little help in events, battling mud and dust S
netting the calves. Smaller and downright fiesty critters.
calves around 150 pounds ;
were expected, but buyers Several times, just as the P
Y .
said that younger calves were halter was almost on, a calf I
not to be found, so judges would break loose from its
....,. ,..,
and -
decided to allow some help for prospective owner again "
the girls. be fair game for all contes-
tants. While a boy had a calf '" .

A dozen volunteers first reigned, none of the other boys
I chased the calves around the were allowed to touch that calf These three cowpokes each netted a calf, paying no attention to the mud.
arena in efforts to tire them unless it broke loose.

out, then the girls were turned u on.
loose to get them down. They Once harnessed, contes- most difficult portion of the y
were required to catch the tants had to get the calves out event. One calf fay down at the
calf,get a halter over its head of the arena in some cases the'' threshold of the gate and even d vA""
enthusiastic prodding and +
pushing wouldn't force the LT'
calf out for nearly 10 minutes.

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sister Belinda in netting one of ti.

Scramble Judge Harold Davis and high school agriculture teacher Greg Alvarez didn't mind / the freebies and another bro-
lending a hand to help budge this stubborn beef. ther-sister team, Mark and
Cindy Griffith, took calves

1". .. home.
;
.
\ '.,' Other young men winners'

). Saturday night were Gene
etrircmiALsTime' Carver, Ken Thompson
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'" Donnie Cribbs, Bill Moody,
Donald Wilson, Jr., Eddie
Spell, David Harley, Bobby }
'Lt Rehberg, Jeffrey Norman,
r ., Marcus Cruse, Billy Gnann,
David Woodard Wayne Ellis,
.."., ... ) Everett and Dale
for Horsetrading"There's .. Hayes
,
.dl Rowe.

Judges for the event, who
\ occasionally rendered prodsto
never been a better time for a kick in the slats. My contacts with the the animals, were Harold

horsetrading than right now. We need people of Florida indicate they are fed \ Davis Fred Barker, Dudley

their oilthey need our grain." up with detente in dealing with Russia, ,F ''t j sioner Hardy, Ralph Bradford Bryan Commis-and

China, and other Communist countries," County Judge Elzie Sanders.Seventotwelveyear .

This was the comment of U.S. Senator the Senator said. -,

Richard (Dick) Stone in his appearance .. I olds
also into the in
In his give-and-take session with got act a
before crowd of consti- .
a good-sized chicken scramble with a $1
tuents here Tuesday afternooncon questioners here, Senator Stone made a reward for each capture. One

stituents who were vitally concerned generally good impression as a man con- specially-marked chicken
cerned with the day-to-day problems of netted a $5 bill for one hen tS''
with the price of gasoline and fuel oil.
his constituents, and one who is doing chaser in each of two portions
.of the event.Seventeen.
Deploring the breakdown of recent his best to come to grips with' these \
businesses and
negotiations with the OPEC (oil produc- problems. clubs joined to pay for the

ing nations) in a U.S. State Department Another position that sounded good to .calves given to winners, In-
"grain for oil" trade deal, Senator Stone listeners here was his stated oppositionto cluding: Winn-Dixie, E.I. Jeffrey Norman finally got this calf collared after it
slipped his grip once, lib for second
ca a chase
laid most of our economic woes at the the automatic cost-of-living pay raises ) ti DuPont DeNemours Co., scene.

feet of foreign oil prices that are,he said, voted by members of Congress to themselves tJ, ) Owen Joist of Florida; Florida
Bank of Starke, GeorgiaFlorida -
"...too sweet by at least $2 per barr l." .' rMarti Poultry, Farm Credit --.- d'etliu 1k E IltJv

'. "Si. VwrtVfeftit *. Service of Gainesville, Florida J"
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Gri fIi not about to let this calf getaway as he-t=* .
"If we can get oil at a discount;we can'' Stone said he opposed such'raises on haltered it.County. was Hydrocarbons-Bradford *ELECTIONAFTERMATII "
break the cartel price and our economic the floor of the Senate, arguing that if Farm Bureau, CommunityState

recovery would be assured," Senator the cost of living continued to rise, then Loan Bank,, National Guaranty Protein Savingsand Dear Editors: "Head of Recreation.." Mrs.

I' Stone believes.At Congress should get a pay cut rather Bradford-Union Cattleman's As a defeated candidate for Fontaine allowed Bruno's
r Mayor of Hampton, by four recent bride, Diane, to loiter
than a pay raise "because we failed in Association, Bradford FFA, votes, I was going to lick my inside the hall and around the
the same time he voiced disen- our job to halt inflation." Agents By Club Bradford and Starke 4-H Starke Elks Club.Rotary wounds and forget about it, registration tables, greeting
chantment with the Nixon-Ford but when I read the October 9, incoming voters and chattingwith

"detente" syndrome which he' said Would there were more Senators with Notebook Bobby Arrangements for the event 1975 Telegraph, I felt in fair- them!
"...gets us nothing for our kind deeds but those sentiments! + were made in cooperationwith ness to myself, and 47 Diane also brought in
Taylor the Bradford Roping backers, that I should say edibles and soft drinks, for the
tlI Club and a dinner was presented something. poll workers' and although I
by the Ladies Auxiliaryof I am sure you acted in good do not have too much objection -
We Have No Choice"Should the Bradford Farm Bureaufor faith when you reported the to this, the influence angleIs
I benefit of the Florida Kid- following: "There was a dis- prevalent.But .
I'm sure that if did not myworms are continuing to ney Fund. pute; over the last election, I do have a statement,
attend the 1975 Calf you Scrambleyou seriously damage fields and with William Summers,' signed by three registered
have seen or heard that it pastures throughout the charging the balloting was voters, mentioning this specific -
I become involved?" line waiting for tickets at a movie box, was again very successful.The county. Since they are so illegal, and asking for a activity of Mrs. Bruno: one
office, the burglar crawled through the destructive in a short period of ID(3U(3W: ( ( JGJi V recount." voter was in around 3 p.m.
"Well... broken door and calmly gathered the 4-H and"FFA membersput time, it is important that you At no time did I expect or with Diane on hand, and
you've" got to live with your up on a good show as they detect their presence early request a RECOUNT, as I another member of the familywas
conscience. jewelry. scrambled for the 20 calves. and start a spray program OPQaO knew that Hampton always in around 4:30: p.m., and
Inside the store a burglar alarm went There was some 'discussion immediately.I operated their elections under Diane was also there then. I
This was the conversation between about the girls'scramble suchas by their own ordinances, and not personally clocked Diane at
a off, summoning police. Fortunately they the size of calves and the have been visiting several William S.HaasVeterartService under Florida State Election two different times, one for a
Jacksonville truck driver and his wife arrived in time to catch the, thief, but assistance the I girls receivedin farms and ranches throughoutthe :: Officer Laws. But I had heard that period of over 20 minutes, and
the morning after he saw two men and a were summoned only by the automatic the ring. This part of the county in the last two Bruno had said he was out of another time around 15 minutes -
girl emerging from a beauty salon on alarmnot by''a single telephone call program will be analyzed weeks.. It is good to see the town, and that he did not in City Hall, and then I
Highway 21 between Keystone Heightsand there evaluated and improved if it is activity in vegetables Education loans were extended -' approve of his wife's extra- left in disgustIt
Melrose. from eye witnesses. Neither was a part of the, Calf Scramblenext throughout the county. to more than 2,700 curricular activities 'at the may run in the family,
any attempt to corral the thief before year. ,veterans during the first six polls but apparently these since at a Protest Meeting,
police arrived. Growers are harvesting ,months of a program to help reports were erroneous. As I when we had 60 signatures
The girl was Valerie Turner, one of The rain and winds we got a cucumbers and eggplants in ''needy veterans in school had hopes, if Bruno had said 139 would not have actually
three victims in a triple murder that With an exploding crime rate, which is couple of weeks ago caused a the Brooker and Starke area. I under the GI Bill. this, that he would have been helped, so I suggested this

shocked this area several years ago, and even beginning to affect our once quiet lot of pecans to fall. get Those a promise folks who for were strawberry able to The loans established by the sport enough and fair enoughto action be discontinued, as

the driver's phone call to the Bradford North Central Florida area, 45 per cent I have had several calls plants are busy trying to get Vietnam Era Veterans office.resign,without ever taking being mayorality futile.candidate Another at
a
County sheriff was the first significant of the people in some areas of our Nation about how to handle these their fields ready for setting. totalled Readjustment to million Act of 1974: But I do take issue with anyone -' previous election, also

break in a chain of evidence that say they are afraid to walk the streets pecans when they are wet, or Cattlemen and pasture 4.4 dollars. City Attorney or others defeated reminded Bruno

eventually led to a conviction in the case. nearest their home at night. It is doubt- not air completely the dry. It is bestto producers are busy during Veterans attending school saying the "election was that at that election, Mrs.
ful if people, even in the darkest parts of possible.dry The other pecans if this better weather trying to under this GI Bill who are in fair," just as I took issue at a Barbara Bruno was countingthe
calls
But suppose the truck driver had Africa, would express such a high concerned marketing have of get some hay in the barn.. need of money to help with previous Council meeting, ballots at the close of
when made
education are an attempt was by voting. I may be 100 percent
decided not to become involved? -a degree of fear of their fellow man. pecans.I expenses that City Marshall under but I
There is also some activity eligible to apply for loans up to wrong, personally con.
decision that hundreds of Americansseem have suggested that folks in winter forage plants. In $600 per academic year. The instructions of the chairmanof sider there is a conflict of
now to be making, to the detri- In commenting on this sorry state of could sell their pecans to addition to rye and ryegrass, loans are in addition to the the City Council, to evict me interest when the person
ment of law enforcement officials affairs The Indianapolis News said: "If friends and neighbors, 'or several folks are seeding monthly GI Bill stipends. from this meeting, which was running for Mayor controls
trying clover this year. I hope that neither legal or fair, as I certainly both the local water system
could take them
to the Far
to reduce the nationthis cityis able to
soaring crime rate. our ever must be enrolled claim rights, of free GeneraStore.
mers Retail Market in we will have a good year for Applicants my and also the Hampton
reverse this frightening and disgraceful Gainesville or Jacksonville growing clover since I have at least half-time and have speech, under the Constitution I know myself, if I was
For example, there was the infamous criminal takeover, it will be through citi- they could contact a pecan, or promoted the necessity for signed a loan under the as it will be a sorry state behind on my water bill or hada
instance several years where sev- zen involvement. We shall have to shed broker or dealer. clover in our pasture programin Guaranteed Student Loan of Hampton affairs, if anyoneis large debit at the store, I
ago this area. I have said that if Program of the Higher termed a nuisance becausehe would be sure to vote for
eral apartment house tenants in a north- our anonymity and attack crime where it' Another possibility is to sell you have cattle, and land that Education Act of 1965. Courses disagrees with any acts or Bruno, and no one else. At the
ern city were eye witnesses to the cold- is happeningin the streets and in our their pecans on the auction will grow clover you can not must. lead to a standard suggestions of our Council.At protest meeting when we were
blooded murder of a young woman on homes. We shall need to organize 'neigh- market which is tentatively afford to be without a field or college degree or be at least that time, all I wanted to looking for the impossible,
the sidewalk, and no one bothered to call borhood watches,' or whatever type of scheduled to open on Thurs two of this,important legume. six months duration and leadto mention in a courteous Diane was mute, and would
the police. cooperative effort is needed. day October 30. The auction an identified and pre- moderate way, was that I hadin not say one word, when I
held at the Bradford County Last week was National 4-H determined professional or hand a statement, signed by attempted to question her.
State Farmers Market on Week but 4-H activities did not vocation objective. two City Councilmen, stating'a Bruno did mention at that
More recently, a burglar wrapped a "The fact is that this crime wave is North 301 in Starke, is one of stop there.We had a very good sealed bid was opened at time that anyone who voted
towel around broom and smashed a now gnawing at the very vitals of civilization only two held !in Florida. It Leader Recognition Supper Repayment of principal and 9:30: a.m. on Feb. 21. 1973! for me was "STUPID," thus
usually last Tuesday night and will interest is deferred until nine when I had talked with both of automatically labelling 47
plate glass window of a Chicago jewelry' itself, and if we wish to preserve a operates each
1 Thursday for a period of 3 to 6 begin other activities for months after the student these gentlemen around 8:45: Hamptonians as stupid.
I store. As hundreds of persons walked by law-abiding society, we have no choice weeks. -, leaders and members next ceases half-time enrollment. a.m.. that day, and they both I consider 51 Bruno sup-
on the busy street, and others stood in except to make our stand." : week. You should be getting Interest at the rate of 8 per-'' told me the bids were already porters and :37 Ken Brown
I Since very few pecans"have other publicity. and other cent is. charged and lull- opened. I hastened back tote supporters as all fine local
ji j started to move in market information about this im- payment Is due within 10 -P.O. and pointed to the persons! I placed some of my
channels, no definite prices portant youth program toon. years after the nine months. clock to keep in mind by the votes on three new faces in our
have been established. Pricesare There l is no penalty. for Postal Clerk that it was then present administration, 'and
; PRItiiq BRADFORD Cl usually determined by repayment.. 8:48: a.m. (certainly not 9:30): ) will continue to back all attempts
< consumer, pecan shelter and that the 9 a.m. sealed bids for a better, cleaner,
p demand and the total A 3 percent loan fee Is were already opened. prosperous and progressive
miligraPlr production or supply through' deducted from the face Rather than bring this boil Hampton, that has a sensible
4C out the countr'):.We are hoping ? amount of the loan to providea to a nasty head, I called this to business touch on all future
our prices will be good this fund to Insure against the attention of Hampton officials expenditures. And I had a
> hits year since our production was I defaults which are recovered. giving them ample time cooperative, cordial chat with
4 BOB Q. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER if almost zero last year. Call me ctI 0 cfEb 'i 1 i in the same manner as other to refute this, before the next our new city attorney,
Publishers about you have other questions debts due the U.S. Govern-.., !meeting but alas nothing was Richard Welty, a few days
Publishea each Thursday and entered as second Class Matter at the Post Office at Starke Fla. under Act your pecans., .> : \,1nIIIt., .. .? done to correct-. Referring to t tL after the election?. and I also
of March 3. 1879. specific irregularities at that )personally welcome him on
This is the third -- Fort election, I beg to mention the (board for better '
in areas! or fourth j more..information a Hampton.
Subscription rate trade *6 per year: $3 SO six months. time I have
Outside trade area: $7 per year: $4.00 six months.Phone discussed army-, contact your. Service Office hi following Josephine Fon Bill
worms Summers
or grass caterpillars In I the Bradford County taine, In charge of .the elec-
964-6305 Starke, Fla. our pastures and grasses .".....'.'. I have, a tend, I thouse. cour tion, is also secretary to Art P.O.Drawer 210
throughout the area. Ar- HIM.- Bruno. under. his status as' Hampton, Fla.T" .


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I Legal. -

.- Community News ELIZABETH GIVENS WALKER .

NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF -

PUBUC HEARINGA EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR- CLUB NOTICESDell October 23 at 8 Brownlee the Tuesday, 6 p.m. Prayer Meet ML Zion AME Church, Rev. lIary. will be held :;a( New
public hearing wile be Mid at FLORIDA IN AND FOR BRADFORD CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR Chapter 168 OES will Masonic Hall on St. Wednesday, 7:30 p.m. Richard Bethel pastor. Youth Bethel) Baptist Church educational
the City Hal, Stark. Fte. Mmv COUNTY. BRADFORD COUNTY. hold Its regular meetingLegal All members are asked to Bile Study Thursday, 8 p.m. Day will be observed Sunday, building Sunday, Oct.-
Nov. 3, 1975 at 5 P.ITV for the CASE NO.75-221 1 yIN attend. Also please remem- Sunday School, 10 a.m. Oct. 26, with Rev. Robert 19, at 2 p.m The ceremonieswill
following purpose: Ptocstg a CIVIL ACTION ber Mrs. Mabel Bryant; a Worship Service, 4 p.m. Austin, Jr. as one of the be initiated by the District
mobile home at the foeownog Case No.75276h RE: The Marriage of RALPHJ. patient in Bradford County New Bethel Baptist Church speakers. and District President

locations: BELLWOOD, Husband, and Hospital, with visits and and Ebenezer Baptist Church, Commander Royal, anti
All parties will bed at this re: The Marriage of HOMER BONNIE P. BELLWOOD, Wife. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF cards. We are hoping for her under pastorate of Rev. Leroy AMERICAN LEGIONA President of the Auxiliary:

time G. KEFFER, Husband, and THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR- speedy recovery. Davis. New Bethel services joint Installation Service Chandler Refreshments win
1)) John M. Nevvscm HELEN M. KEFFER. Wife NOTICE OF SUIT CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND. FOR The Bradford County begin with Prayer for 1975-76 officers of American be served after the eerie{
Com. at SE Cor. of Jackson a To:Bonnie P. Beiwood BRADFORD COUNTY. Branch of NAACP met Mon- and Bible Study combine Legion Post 314 and Auxi- monies.
Weller Sts. and run S. :225: for NOTICE OF SUIT-. 2016 Burgandy Street CASE NO.75.306': day night at New Hope Baptist 7:30: p.m. Thursday. Sunday :qnla\
POB. Run S. 26E.. 120', N. NO PROPERTY New Orleans Louisiana/ Church to make plans for the services conclude with Church .

101', W. 164' S. 75' W 561 to 70116 In Matter of the Adoption'off i :{ State Convention. in Orlando, School, 10 a.m.Ebenezer .. 4 Arrested In TheftsSTARKE I
POB. Located East of United ToHelen: M. Keffer YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat CUFTON LEE OEHLERr 'October 16-18. services begin
Penecostal Church between 36 Osborne Street an action for dissolution of with Prayer Meeting and Two local men commit a misdemeanor. The
Water and St. Car St. Lynn. Mass. 01902 marriage has been filed againstyou NOTICE OF SUir" SCOUT NEWS Bible Study, 7:30: p.m. Thurs-' have been arrested for larceny pair allegedly took 25 poundsof

and you are required to ToJames: Alston MurdockP.O. Brownie Troop 352 will meet day. Church Conference will of an auto, breaking and hamburger meat,' which,
AI Crosby, Chairman YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat serve a copy of your written Box 1051 'each Monday at 4 p.m. at the be held Saturday night, 8 p.m. entering and grand larceny has been recovered, Waters
City Zoning Board an action for Dissolution of defenses, if any, to it on Charlotte; North Carolina old RJE School. Second and Sunday School, 9:45.: Morning for a series of crimes com- said '
Merrill Edwards, Marriage has been filed against RICHARD E. WELTY Attorneyfor YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED 3rd grade girls can register at Worship at 11. Communion mitted in Starke the last weekof The pair were also charged.Tuesday .

chg010/16 you Helen M. Keffer. and you Petitioner whose address is that an action for Adoption has this time. Please cooperatewith Service, 6:30: p.m., September, according to with grand larceny in
ltt are required to serve a copy of 114 N. Walnut Street, P.O. Box been filed and you are an.interested Mrs.- B.J. Lennon and Greater Allen Chapel AME the Starke Police Depart- theft of a portable cassette
-------------- your written defenses, if any to 996, Starke, Florida, 32091, and party and are required to Mrs. W.J. Morris, leaders, Church, Rev. R.G. Heastie ment. player and briefcase valued at

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF it, on the plaintiff's attorney, file the original with the Clerk of serve a copy of your written and Mrs. Teresa Holloway, pastor. Weekly services begin Gerald Griffis, 21, and $104. The property was taken
THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR- whose name and address is the above-styled Court on or defenses, if any, to It on committee chairman with Prayer Meeting and Edward E. Holder, 17, were from a car parked at the Dixie'
CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR GEORGE H. PIERCE, Esq., before November 17, 1975, RICHARD E. WELTY, Attorneyfor Remember to bring fee. For Class Meeting combined at 8 stopped Friday for a routine Motor Court Sept. 22. !?::1[

BRADFORD COUNTY. Pierce & Hardy, P.A.. P.O. otherwise a judgment may be Petitioner, whose address Is information contact anyone p.m. Sunday services: Church check by police in Morgan Seven counts of petit ]larceny
CASE NO Drawer 1030, Starke, Florida entered against you for the relief 114 N. Walnut Street, P.O. Box of these persons. School, 9:45: ; Morning Wor- City, Louisiana, prompted by for the two men on venting

32091 and file the original with demanded in the Petition. 995), Starke, Florida, 32091 and ship at 11. Choir Union, 3 p.m. .a temporary license tag on the machine vandalism app<
IN RE: The Marriage of HAMPTON the clerk of the above styled WITNESS my hand and the file the original with the Clerk of CHURCH NEWS Greater Bethlehem 1966 Ford station wagon they one count for theft of a radioin)
GRADY HOWELL, Hue- court on or before October 24, seal of said Court on the 13th the above-styled Court dn' or Mt. Pisgah AME Church. Freewill Baptist Church, Rev. were driving. The car had a truck parked behind (the

band/Petitioner, and ABBIE 1975; otherwise a judgment may day of October, 1975.: before November 17,, J975, Rev. Granville Reed pastor Jasper Williams pastor. Tiny been taken from the Starke Magnolia Hotel have also 1 beep:
IRENE HOWELL WIFE/RE- be entered against you for the otherwise the relief demanded in Church School, 10 a.m. Tots and Choir No. 3 meeting Elementary School parking disposed of by city police. 5In.
SPONDENT. relief demanded in the complaint Gilbert S. BrownAs the Petition will' be granted and Morning Worship at 11. Monday night. Tuesday night lot the night of Sept. 30, said another theft case ldstweek
petition. Clerk of Said Court you will be deemed by the Courtto Mt. Morlah and Pleasant Prayer Meeting. Wednesday Starke policeman Wilbur two Starke residents
NOTICE OF SUIT- or WITNESS my hand and the By: Beulah M. Moody have waived any further inter Grove United Methodist night, Senior Choir rehearsal. Waters. were arrested Oct. 1 i 0n

NO PROPERTYTo seal of said Court on September Deputy Clerk est in this matter. .Church Parish. Rev. Willie Thursday night Ladies The men 'were returned to charges of stealing more th tie
23, 1975. 10/164tchg 11/6 WITNESS my hand and the Stitt pastor. Mt. Moriah holds Circle. Friday night, Prayer Starke where they were $100 worth of tools from
: Abbie Irene Howell -- seal of said Court on the'13th' choir rehearsal each first and Band. Saturday the Deacon- charged with auto theft. Bond Container Corp. woodyartl\

Address Unknown Gilbert S. BrownAs IN THE CIRCUIT COURT day of October, 1975. third Wednesday night. Sun- esses will sell dinners. The was set at $5,000 and Holderwas near here, according to Brad
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUITOF day services begin with released his ford Sheriff's deputy Glen
Clerk of said Court Senior Church School] Class on own
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED FLORIDA IN AND FOR Church School, 10 a.m. ,
By: Beulah M. MoodyAs Gilbert S. Brown will sponsor a car wash at 1 recognizance. Moore. .
that an action for dissolution of Deputy Clerk BRADFORD COUNTY As Clerk of said Court Pleasant Grove services p.m. Saturday. Sunday is Holder was later arrestedand Lester Lamar Olive, 20, and

marriage has been filed againstyou 9/25 4tchg 10/16 By: Beulah M. Moody begin with Junior Choir Pastorial Day. Church School, charged along with Griffis Cecil A. Tyler, 19, are chargedwith
and you are required to CIVIL ACTION Clerk rehearsal each first and for the Sept. 30 breaking and both grand larceny and
--*BBB>e BB>-OBB OBS OBBI------ Deputy 9:30.: Morning Worship at 11.
serve a copy of your written CASE NO. 75183In 10/164tchg 11/6 second Monday night at 7:30.: Evening Worship, 6 p.m. entering of the Bradford High breaking and entering for the
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO
defenses, if any, to it on SHAW Tiny Tots rehearsal each School cafeteria with intent to Sept. 30 incident.
AND KOPELOUSOS, Attorneysfor REGISTER re: The Matter of the Adoption -
Petitioner, whose address is FICTITIOUS NAME of TAMMY DENISE PAD-

142 West Cal Street, Post Office GETT R 111W1rn

Box 1086, Starke, Florida, Pursuant to Section 866.09 ear
32091, and file the original with Florida Statutes, notice is NOTICE OF SUITNOPROPERTY- A / a ow rso

the Clerk of the abovestyledCourt hereby given that the undersigned .
on or before November 7, W.L. Thomas 603 S. To: All Interested Parties FAMILY DISCOUNT STORKS

1975, otherwise a Judgment may Walnut St., Starke. Bradford YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat
be entered against you for the County, Florida 32091doing an action for adoption has Y11M1D
relief demanded in the Petition. business under the firm name of been filed against you and you 1

WITNESS my hand and the "THOMAS OIL COMPANY", are required to serve a copy of NOW OPENI
seal of said Court on the 6th day 603 S. Walnut Street Starke, your written defenses, if any to
ova iso NEW ton
of October, 1975. Bradford County, Florida 32091, it, on the plaintiff's attorney, AT DISCOUNT PtKISI
intends to register said fictitious whose name and address is
Gilbert S. BrownAs name under the provisions of GEORGE H. PIERCE Esquire

Clerk of said Court aforesaid statute.W. Attorney at Lavy, P.O. Drawer _
By: BeUahM. Moody U Thomas, sole owner. 1030, Starke, Florida 32091 and 4 ,
Deputy Clerk Dated this 2nd day of. Cc- fie the original with' the clerk of i .

10/9 4tchg 10/30 tober, A.D. 1975 at Starke, the above styled court on or :
-------------- Florida. before November 21, 1975; I
10/4 4tchg 10/23 otherwise a Judgment may be $ -
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO
REGISTER -------------- entered against you for the relief NEW
demanded in the complaint or i FO9 I
FICTITIOUS NAME IN THE CIRCUIT COURT petition.
Pursuant to Section 865.09 EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF 00
WITNESS my hand and the ,
Florida Statutes, notice is FLORIDA IN AND FOR BRADFORD
seal of said Court on October 14, o1o.EEN'S
hereby given that the undersigned COUNTY 1975. NPp DICKIES )

desiring to engage in you p $oI ,d o DOUBLE KNIT SHAPE/SET r
business under the fictitious "'
CIVIL ACTION Gilbert S. SUCKS WORK PANTS
Brown. :
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name of KELLY REALTY, 106 .
I' Case No,75.271 :} As Clerk of said Court a L I "
i South Myrtle Street, City of .; !' 'fb5D .
Griffis
Starke, Bradford County In Re: The Marriage of N.A. ByBrendaW.:. As Deputy Clerk 'I1IJ' ; aiZa' I i
Florida, intends to register the '
WARREN, husband, and : 11.
11/6
said name with the Clerk of the PEARL A. WARREN wife. 10/164tchg easotnw/ ..
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Circuit Court of Bradford A history-making Exclusive ShopSet. */.
NotiCE OF RECEIPT OF APPLICATION I low Cotto..pol .
Florida.
County, NOTICE OF SUIT- FOR PERMIT TO 1 year's most npope.pee fir bind hoi .oil
DATED at Gainesvlle, Florida, NO PROPERTYTo AIR f lar slock 100* .. ._. Touch 8Xat.
CONSTRUCT/EXPAND
this 7th day of October, A.D., : N.A. WARREN double knit polv- might. cosy' '
1975. POLLUTION SOURCETO needs alter waistband.Popular : .
ester never

L. Kelly YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat WHOM IT MAY CONCERN ..OUII"oc.WAS. /AVI 1.N ,OUII WAS IItC.., 1N rronncs WAS.. ..m O.LAV. "IItcr OUII WAS ..SAV'_,. 3 1 /label Ironing toiloringyou,hot id*top 29 color-/z.tolection -
1030Robert an action for dissolution of .0 ,
10/9 4tchg The Florida Department of Jl.. .1IM ... .JW I want Solids patterns
marriage has been filed against Environmental Regulation has and plaids.
-------------- you N. A. WARREN and you are received an application from 24-GALLOM I PC. SPAUNNG VANWYCKELECTRIC STP 3 i I Is 32-40. )
PLASTIC GARBAGE CAN TEIIIII SET CAN OPENER GAS TllEA11E1n'Metal
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO required to serve a copy of your Plggly Wiggly Starke, Inc. for a
REGISTER written defenses, if any to it, on permit to construct an Auto-Ute lock-lid handles keep Includes Pro Chomp; racket, With bottle ...... Clear Add to gasoline and feel the \..
the plaintiff's whose contents. ....... H""I'cluty" vinyl racket cover plus 3 music permits easy removal. difference, Helps tune your
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FICTITIOUS NAME attorney Model 500 Incinerator with after seamless plastic can leak. Spalding tennis balls. of cutting unit for el anlngo sin. .... 8 fl. 01.
Pursuant to Section 865.09 name and address is DUDLEY P. burner which is a source of air rr

Florida Statutes, notice is here- HARDY, Esq.. Pierce & Hardy, pollution at 430 West Madison -
by given that the undersignedJames P.A., P.O. Drawer 1030, Starke Street Starke; Florida.
A. Davis, Rt. 3, Box 108, Florida, 32091 and file the ori- This application has been sub-
Starke Bradford County, ginal with the clerk of the above mitted by J.C. Bumsed, Presi- FAINARMASS UNO KITS sum

Florida, 32091, doing business styled court on or before Oct. dent pursuant to Chapter 17.2. ''' d1 LEhTMI MESS SMUTS
under the firm name of "DAVIS 24, 1975; otherwise a Judgmentmay Florida Administrative Code 1r" 1M/11 rpip JACKETS AVi LN
TRUCKING", Rt. 3, Box -108, be entered against you for regarding the control of P, r. IL. ,
Starke, Bradford County the relief demanded in the com emissions which may effect the r rw )

Florida 32091, intends to register plaint or petition. maintenance of National Air IllllnT + ttpMq'L
said fictitious name under the WITNESS my hand and the Quality Standards. Selection of rasl,>K
provisions of aforesaid statute. seal of said Court on September Copies of the aforementioned sip 40 colors and 100% polyester
James A. Davis, sole owner. 23, 1975. application the technical 1f faMias. Including and polyestercotton..
Dated this 7th day of October, analysis performed by the r f 100* colors and
was savt was saws INII In
AD. 1975. GILBERT BROWNAs Department's staff and their 31al / / SI% ad'( 1T% knits. Siu. pattsrm.Sir.SMLNL .
10/9 4tp 1030IN Clerk of said Court proposed decision are available ; ts S lo XL.
.-------------. By: Beulah M. MoodyAs for public inspection at the BO-COUNT FACIAL TISSUES P.V.A. LATEX HMM MINT IILB.CHARCOAL MIQUETS IATUMOCFTMPAOINSS t
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Deputy Clerk following locations( ): Two-ply construction. Colorful Far exterior or interior.Trop With real hickory chips, la. Heavy duty vinyl, granauts. SRI
THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR- 9/25 4tchg 10/16 Florida Department of en- dispenser box. 200 tissws. ic tested. White, I gallon nits quickly, long burning. IX? It. Lfl Iles N. SAl I

CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR vironmental Regulation, )
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BRADFORD COUNTY. Gainesville Branch Office, 4000 N t ,

NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO S.W. 35th Terrace, Gainesville, 4
I CASE NO. REGISTERA Florida. 32608 rtwrov'r IEETIRN JEAN DOUsLEKMT
POLYESTER
FICTITIOUS NAME OR
IN RE: The Marriage of GENE Florida Department.of Environmental -

WILLIAM MARSHALL Hue- Pursuant to Section 866.09 Regulation, District
band/Petitioner, and MARY Florida Statutes, Notice is Office. 3426 Bills Road Jack- tit v, r 4 r

LOUISE MARSHALL. Wife/Re- t hereby given that the undersigned sonvlle, Ra. 32207.., = rr yY RmPP SIT Easy pull-on JI I rI
spondent. Persons wishing to comment nose/ styling
F. Delano Thomas, waist, popular
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far little
1404 Roe Street, Starke, Florida, on any aspect of this action are 'to CDwpoket.toolPreshrunklOO t llave flare leg. t
NOTICE OF SUIT 32081.: doing business under the required to submit their comments roc tail .n /aw l WAI Top i fashion I.
Sdf 11% 11i SS% 2 oslan.l-1&
NO PROPERTY firm name of A.J. Thomas in writing to the address Jai L. cotton twill Is i''

Realty 621 North Walnut above within thirty ((30)) days of MFT.ROU.WE.emq FAMMJI MLLIATM TOWCU S PC,CAST MM SniLIT SIT COUNSELOR lATH SCALES tM reinforced, machine .

ToMary: Louise Marshal Street Starke, Bradford publication of this notice on or 100* Vectra* polyprooyleie Oeor.populaalid.color. H 611"r'AlOh'sius. kcwaleytoread: washable. d ,
address unknown County, Florida, 32091 Intendsto before > Friday, November 14, Is long-wearing, 2ft" wide. ful prints. Big 2247'sin. Even nesting.Proseasoned.MHSHIMTMIMM..L1I. 300Ib. capacity. Colors $ Sues Blues 4-7.tbrowtu:i id' kb: lOgttpolymw.Tq OMITS SHm TOP. 1j t
1975.
register said fictitious name v
iMU
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat under the provisions of aforesaid 9i ion colors. Sins
an action for dissolution of Statute. The State of Florida t

marriage has been filed against F. Delano Thomas sole Department of Environmental h.%
you and you are required to owner. Regulation

serve a copy of your written Dated this 3Qth day of 1 chg 10/16 .

defenses if any, to it on SHAW September. A.D. 1975 at --------------

AND KOPELOUSOS, Attorneysfor Starke, Florida. NOTICE .....
Petitioner, whose address is 1W441p 10/23 Sealed Bids wiN be received in .... ..
142 West Call v.
Street. Post Office
the Office of the Purchasing NMB
? LEATHER IMN'tCOTTONT
KITS SILTS MirSllMICM SOCKS
Box 1086 --------------
Starke, Florida, Agent, Department of Offender stretch- White with contrast blot
32091, and file the original with I Rehabilitation, Union Correctional I dwsondvnyls.30-42. srefH. Cows, 10-13. etn.ck&d.: vwS$ NL
the Clerk of
the above-styled
Institution P.O. Box 221,
Court on or before October 27, NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO w" A IA"'I'IMIiIIiiiiII. A/ was saws was lays 1r
Rarford Rorida 32083 to and
1975, otherwise a judgment REGISTER up .. .. 21d1 14% ill 21% SAL' u% Mrt
may
22 1975
t not later than October ,
be entered against you for the FICTITIOUS NAME for Tobacco Manufacturing PHOTO CUSE RADIO I PNIiNI COOlUU,Pl 02. Or-OAT FLU COLLAR' STLVAMAFLASHCUOU

relief demanded In the Petition. Supplies now on hand and are It revolves! Display "favorite, ) Ml* or match 3 great Havers. For dogs A can. Kills floes Work like magic every Mm*.
I WITNESS my hand and the Pursuant to Section 866.09! for sale as !glows .........L9..llbot."lfIC. Freak I.c.okl.low.. and olds In tick centre)!. Pkf. ail cubes fer 12 pics. /
seal of said Court on the 23rd Florida Statutes, notice Is hereby PEACH FLAVORING 25 Gal.
J day of September 1975. given that the undersigned Lbs. e \
UCORICE 1.196
Wham O. Dodd. Box 280 \
GLYCOL; PROPYLENE 2 NEN 'JOMNSOIrSMVPOWMR CUNOL WIII NIFUUYMTE
I GILBERT BROWN Stark, Bradford County, PERU \
1
Drum MMNIAM 00/
As Cerk of said Court Florida 32091, doing business FLAVORING DEERTONGUE.- k r /M.
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:, By: Beulah Moody under'"BRADFORD the firm name of" 220 Gal ., I save 12%' $i.d A savu I4% ur ss + live N%
Deputy Ork AUTO BROKER .
SACCHARINE 100 Lbs. 1
9/254tchg 10:16: South 301. Stark*. Bradford E pnu w z : ,
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-------------- County, Florida 32091 Intends ThaJnionColNctlonsj,1net1tUIIon ressrvs* the right to 1 vN3rAR1 LN
to register said fictitious name / ,, as.if '.AS3Af; rAS3d1 ?
under the provision of aforesaid accept or rsjsct and and/or al w LUTMI1rMN IA N'!IARRTULL IOMN7111NNIIMu

statute. BUs.Itchg. 10111 Full comfort construction.. sd s l 12. iiiind. liia 5sus.
i Ton..d.I leather.M3. whipss..mo
I II WIlliam O. Dodd sol owner-
ilia I i Dated this ,,,1"' '' day of October ,._---__------;..L
A. D. 1975, at Stark
Horlrto. He who'"-seeks God has. EAGLE THE C C NVE NIENT. .$ K.NCS 100's

10/16! ttchg 11/8- already found Him. \ FAMILY DISCOUNT STORES 312W..lo.ll.. ..984-7813 | : CISARETTES' 4" 1,13t
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October 18. 1975 TELEGRAPH
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HAMPTONAREA "I'.''.

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NEWSby > ,,. ,! ,.

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Josephine Fontaine .

,'t< uONAE
.' FIREMEN REPORT .,
:'The Hampton Area Volun- '' f''

teer Fire Department met

Monday night, Oct. 13, when
Fire Chief Fred Phillips ,
reported on a call to the homeof
Mr. Hunter near the Inter-

section of Highways 18 and 221 ,
on Saturday at 2:30: a.m.
J
Buck Dennison, Roy Roark', _
and C.A. Dennison assisted in AGENCY i
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extinguishing the help of neighbors.this blaze with SERVICEBARGAIN I. PERSONALSERVICE It fOR SALE 1-HOUSES FOR SALE I UNITED Reg. Real FARM Estate Broker I

206 S.Water
The Department scheduleda ..... National Advertising St. I
meeting for October 14 to set
up a budget. for the new fiscal CENTER; 301 S. WANTED: Call Register Oil Co. FOR SALE: Yellow lawn sand FOR SALE:: 3 BR CB, 1 h bath Irene Paul Faulkner-Broker Faulknar-Aasoc.

year. Starke. Plumbing supplies 964-6888 today to set up an red clay, fill dirt top soil fenced central heat back& air, comer lot, 964-5065 Real Facts I fttuiltegai* !
commodes $39.96. PVC pipe appointment to have your building sand. limerock, peat. yard, patio, bi-
CIVIC ACTIVITIES >%" .10,3/4.15, 4, 44.6 ft., space heater cleaned before Ph. Florahome 659-2128.10/2 level family room with fireplace on Real
Hampton Senior Citizens fiber glass shower and tub cold weather 9/25 4tchg 4tp 10/23 storage building & 148 Acres with 3 houses several MALTY
will meet Friday Oct. 17 at Inc... single 10/16 some appliances. Ph. 964- r Estate
hung aluminum ,
----- ----- barns some fencing good loca
Hampton City Hall and windows and jalousie windows ------------ FOR SALE: Pickett Templates, 8073 or 9645639. tfchg. tion. /1#. ,-
Recreation Center 7:30: p.m. tfchg.SEWING Lettering guides. General use ------------ - By
:The Wednesday afternoon --------- FOR SALE: 1972 12x60 Mobile New 3 t! ..
/ ; --- templates, Electronic Blpse and bedroom 1 bath home :
Craft Class meets at 2:30: each / MACHINES repaired r WANTED j jWANTED I Architectural. All for sale at The home. 2 bedrooms, 2 baths 32000.00
excellent
condition
Wednesday.il"A. al makes cleaned, oiled and Office Shop. Phone 9646306. assume - Cecelia Terwillegar
representative from the payments$84 per month. 533-
adjusted $7. Work ------------
State Employment Office will guar- 2663. Itp 10/16 Mortgage is a term that Is greatly used in connectionwith
anteed. James Strickland FOR SALE: Every Thursday Friday --_--------- real estate but it Is a term that is often misunder
at the City Hall on the : Timber highest
floe
Road &
second and fourth Wednesday comer 16. Morgan Hwy. prices paid, F.J. Saunders Saturday & Sunday FOR SALE: Farm with 3 bed- stood. Simply mortgage is a loan made to a buyer for
tfchg
'roomings of each month from .533-2621, 9/25 4tp 10/16 antique furniture books. room house partially fur all or more generally, part of the sum necessary to
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bottles, dishes and old nished, 2 car carport on 10 purchase the property that the buyer wants.
12 noon. Anyone ------------
.interested in obtaining employment MOBILE HOME MOVING: Also house.235 S. Lake Ave., Lake acres pasture & pines fenced However, mortgages vary widely in their terms '

of any kind may seethe mobile. home hurricane anchoring Butler Ra. 4962044. 9/25 & cross fenced Tractor & LISTINGS from state to state and from lending institution to
representative on these and mobile home roof 4tchg 10/16 new equipment, live stock lending institution It is therefore to the buyer's advan '
dates., coating Olin's MOBILE t fOR RENT J JFOR I ------------ included. 35000. 964-8739. Handyman special $3,500 tage to seek the advice of a professional before enter. (
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10/162tp 10/23 ing into a binding contract. Financing a real estate
Home Service. 964-5606: ft. 2 BR 4 .
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FOR SALE: Cast iron wood acres $6,500
SCHOOL NEWS 100W. Sta ------------ purchase is important enough to require the services of
Hampton'' Elementary -S. ke. Ra._tfchg.___ heaters 24&28 Inch at Dart- FOR SALE: New24 x 60, 4 bedroom a real estate agent. An agent is trained in the financial
School student*-.and faculty ---:--- RENT: One bedroom mars Discount. 10/2 14tchg 2 full baths built in Handyman special $7,600 complexities of mortgages.We p:

.had an interesting lesson on HOME REMODELING AND cottage available to May 1st, 12/31 range double oven many 4 BR, 2 lots $10,500 are always ready and able to serve you. See us .
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Beekeeping on Tuesday, Oct. REPAIR: Master electrician Kingsley Lake. No pets. Ph: extras $135 per mo. $2,000. today.
7, when Donald Helle, a for- plumber & carpenter.. Rea- 533-2366. tfchg. FOR SALE: 26 acres on Highway equity. 4681564. Itp 10/9 2BR, 1 acre $7,500
Bee ------------ S233. 800 --------- PREFERRED PROPERTIES
mer State Inspector, sonable rates. 9848667.10/9 foot frontage -"*""-
visited the school. Mr. Helle 4tchg 1030ALCOHOLICS FOR RENT: 12' wide'mobile paved road. Owner will FOR SALE: 4.29 31 S IGtstacJ& 1

presently operates' his bee .------------_. homes outside limits. J.B. finance. Ph. 964-6929 after S dry, fenced acres high ORLvp0O Attractive 3 BR 2B concrete block home with CH&A on ;
keeping project locally ,and White. Ph. 9646114.tfchg.. p.m. 10/9 2tp 10/16 cross fenced a large corner lot in a good neighborhood. This home "
good sol 2
bedroom
ANONYMOUS: house. has wall to wall carpet, carport and paved driveway..
------------ 2 BR lakefront a $22,000
brought along a glass- ------------
Lots
114 Christian Street, Starke, FOR RENT Olin's Subdivision of built-ins. Double Modestly priced I /
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enclosed colony bees complete FOR SALE: 2 year old horse. carport outbuildings
with the queen bee. Re. Thursdays and Sundays 1/2 acre lots $25.00 per Baby bed. Ph. 964-5037. Itp road. Ph. 964-8436. 10/9 paved Off SR.1C>>3 BR '- $22,000 ----
8 Call 2tp
Using a large illustrated p.m. 9644-5709 964- month. Water & Sewage 10/16 10/16 ."
chart Mr: Helfedeecribed the 5434 or'473-2108. .9/25 14tp furnished. For information call ------------ 4 BR, 2 bath MA $22,500 Colley Road Large, well built CB home, 3 BR 2B,
bee in detail and gave an 12/24 Mark Olin Olin's Mobile' FOR SALE: Doberman pups Reno 3 BR CH&A terrazzo floors throughout fireplace, over an '
------------- BYRON E. DUCE. brick $23,660 .
interesting account of bee Homes Sales, Hwy. 100 W., AKC, black & tan. 6 weeks acre of land.OWNER
Reg.
Ran'Estate Broker
activity to all the classes in WANTED: Live In elderly couplefor Starke. 964-5608._tfchg._ old. 9647579ltp 10/16 393 N.Temple Ave. 3 BR, 2 acres -'$24,500Southgate. -----
the school.. Many s>l the students housekeeping babysitting ------- -- ------_----- FINANCED..Good terms..Remote yet

enjoyed the sample of duties, yard work. Must drive, FOR RENT: 2 bedroom fur- FOR SALE: BLAIR PRODUCTS: 18f A Farm/with 3,300 sq. ft. 3 BR $26,000 close in .40 of the cleanest acres you'll ever see. Plentyof

honeycomb which Mr. Helle like children and animals. On nished house $115 down plus CaI964-8983. Eunice Gunter, brick home. Ask about the easy hay some timber fenced cross fenced...
passed around at-the conclu- lake. To reply write Telegraph $60 deposit also small fur- Blair Dealer an products financing.14H Lawtey 3 BR brick $31,000 ponds..home with CH&A. Large LR. Country kitchen

sion of his talk. Drawer A. Starke Ra. Pleas nished house suitable for individual GUARANTEED. 1tp 10/16 - complete with 59 friendly farm animals. Barn. 2 car
Mrs., Alice Faye Waters, furnish references Itchg or couple $70 plus $40 ------------i A. with 3. BR House. Keystone 3 BR brick $44,000 garage..an interesting, complete package.If ,
who is serving as Halloween 10/16 deposit. No pets. Ph. 964- FOR SALE: Pony with saddle & $21,800. _____ I
Carnival Chairman for our ------------ 6660 after 5 p.m. Itp bridle $75. 964-8467 or 964- - Hampton-1 acres' $9,200 you are looking for the perfect home site in the
school reports that this event WANTED: Person able to perform __________ 10/16/ 5271. Itp 10/16 3 BR Home Comer Lot country we have itf! Fifty-four of the very best acresin
is scheduled for October 31. A routine laboratory and X- FOR RENT: 3 bedroom, 2 bath ------------ - Lawtey 2.75 acres $9,500 Bradford County with approx. 100 loaded pecan
poster contest is among pre- ray procedures. Salary mobile home in Lawtey. 782- FOR SALE: Tag sale Sat. Oct. 2,400 sq. ft. bldg. Ready for a trees ...located right in the middle of the strawberry
liminary plans. A prize will be commensurate with ability. 3806. Itchg 1016FOR 18, 10 to 3, Kingsley Lake business on State Highway. Lawtey 4.4 acres $9,500 country. Owner financed.

awarded for the best Cal 496-2323 in Lake Butler, --_--------- gate 477. Itp 10/16 - -----
decorated booth. The costume Ra. Itchg 10/16 -----------4 If you own property outside ofcounty 2 canal' lots $3,300:

parade should prove inter- ------------- RENT: 2 bedroom partially FOR SALE: Upright piano & want to sal. See Us. 4 canal lots $7,800
esting and a $25 savings bond WE BUY Pecans daily at the furnished house 534 Madison excellent condition 200. 964-,,
will be awarded to the person Starke Farmers Market J..R.et ., Street. No children. $125 per 8733. Itchg 10/16 I Vernie/ Odom Anoc.I 6 to 6 acre tracts on the Santa Fe Cecelia T. Terwillegar Reg. Real Estate Broker

wearjm.. t the; most :authentic Weitwrlght.:! !.:SofI: !. tfchg. mo. Ph.964-8404 or 9647521. :..1 ____\ River $2,000/acre Resident Phone 964.5145 4BobMfiner
964-5476.! 964-7700 .... ,. ..... '
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1tcrtg.-10/9' *.
Bicentennial F'oh"tALE' Onit 981-9036'
theme Resident
: ; brushed I Phone :
costume. velvet :Associate :
7 --'.....:..... ..:..\.;. --...., ii acre MM terms $5,000 f i .\.
be food'booths Handmade crafts
Therewill,,, many "WANTED' : on sofa, love seat and chair$200.
and new games this consignment for new business One step end table 10. 7 acres In town $18,000 206 West Madison Avenue, Starke,' Florida 1
year, including the dunking opening In November. Lake Toaster and electric fry pan. .p OFFICE PHONE 964.7776

booth. Hamburgers, hot dogs Dwellers, Rt.2, Box 139, Key AUTOMOBILESUSED Mrs. W.H. Andrews 1371 10 acres. Theresa $12.600
chill hot and cold drinks will stone Heights) 473-3752,1tp I Handing St., Starke.' Itp -

be available. Any type of use-, 10/16' 10/16 Lawtey 10 acrea $11,000
Qtan
ful Item will be welcomed for ---------- ------------ Clsarspn.

the country store and lots ofcakes FOR SALE: Fine quality beef for Peetaville 11 -eeeS -e .
acres $10.000
will be needed for the'' BILL'S SAW SHOP: Complete FOR SALE: 1971 Datsun pick- your freezer. J.R. Wainwright REAL ESTATE .
sharpening service circular, up, 40,000 miles 1500. 473- 3 BR. 2 bath, CB, dwg. on extra Well
.
cake walk. Volunteer help for Ph. 964-7835 after 7 e.ewm&T. v .w"r'L': Garage business with house I / Drilling
this Carnival will also be hand, carbide chain mower 3738 after 6 p.m. No collect p.m. tfchg US301 on large cor. lot in City w/ '
blade hollow ground and calls. Itp 10/16 LAWTEY swimming pool, central heat & I .
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appreciated. 2" Thru 6"
Children need not report for' balanced. Leave at Jackson --.--------- MUST SACRIFICE: Singer 2 BR frame house$3.350, terms. air conditioning.
school on Friday Oct. 17 as BuHdng Supply. Starke or FOR SALE: 1966 Chevy pick-up ZigZag sewing machine 2 BR frame house$8,400 terms. 700 foot highway 301 frontage, - I Fast Rotary I II
this is a teacher planning day. Keystone Heights tfchg.- truck with flat bed in good brand new 1975 model. Does 3 BR with aluminum siding & US-301 21 acres terms 4 BR. 2 bath CB. dwg. Central I II
-------- condition $450. 1966 Vall<&- al zig-zag work. Balance only chain link fence, reduced to $35,000 Heat & Air Conditioning.. on' I Drilling Equipment
lOx 20 PATIO COVERS?: Homes \wagon runs good $350. 964- $118.10 or need someone In 10000. Large cor. lot in City. I State Licensed I
hape Up and mobile homes. $180 8467 or 964-5271. Itp 10/16 Bradford County area to 12 Acres, fenced, wel. pole & HubugOarL.00o. - -'
Installed. $140 uninstalled. ------------ assume $12.60 per month septic tank 15000. terms. I 3 BR. frame house outside city
Them GATOR MOBILE HOME FOR SALE: 1966 Mustang, payments. Will deliver, no 2V4 acres wooded lots terms ,We have all other type excellent condition. 2.3 acres. : I ump.1 :
DogsTALLAHASSEE SERVICE CO. Ph. :372-9767 good 289, dual exhaust, 2 obligation. Ph. 9644030. 1tp STARKE properties listed.. Come in and - -
Gainesville tfchg.: barrel carb., mag. wheels 10/16 3 BR frame cant heat/air tree us. $38,000-3 BR. 2 bath CH&A.

( The ------------ $600 or best offer. 9646691. ------------ caner lot, chain link fence One Acre lot. 1,656 sq. ft. living I.
Game and Fresh Water Fish > HOWS OF HOBBYS: Full line of Itp 10/16 $19,400. FRED SACKETT-REALTOR area. 1 V4 miles out of City Limits New & Used ?,
Commission has announcedthis GARAGE SALE: 614 N. WaterSt. 205 N.Temple(US-301): ) of Starke., I ,
arts and crafts. Also ------------- 3 BR
year's deer dog training FOR SALE ., Saturday& Sunday Oct. CB. sap. dr. Ige. Ivlng 904/964-6522,488-1642 - Sales- PartsService 4
guaranteed stereo repair 156- : 1969 Plymouth room, ,
ft 19 10 5. Good completely fenced lot .
18 to workclothes
For Sale 2 house close
season. : story to
A West Cad,, Ph. 9647329. Super Sport A/C PS, radial $3>,000. E-Z Terms
Hunters training free- tfchg. tires good condition. Can be and mist Itp 10/16 town. Upstairs fumished apt. J
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will have ------------
hounds 23
downstairs. 3 BR.
running
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days starting October 4 to AMERICAN FAMILY SOUND: Shop, ,,301 N. Lawtey. Itp FOR SALE: Bronco 4 WD-rsda, $ acres on SR-100-S 10 ACRES I I Plumb.n.j. I II
toughen their dogs for the Sales. service: installation. 10/16 heater dog box rigged for .16,000.OUT 19 Acres. Lawtey, good timber,

November 8 opening of the stereos phono reel-reel ------------ hunting good condition. Call 3 BR Masonry OF 2 CITY bath 10 Minutes From terra I I II
family
general hunting season. tapes caasetes, radios. Work 533-2366.. Keystone Heights - New
tfchg----- Installation
{Training is restricted to guaranteed. 156-A West Call, FOR SALE: 1973 Currier truck ---- room sep. dining room cent 176 Acres Brooker area, some I .
daylight hours only and 964-7329. AM/FM Radio oversized WATSON'S he t/.*, many extras, on 1 acre planted pines.
trchg.ELECTRICIAN $1,750 Per Acre Remodeling I
lot' I t ?
sportsmen must possess a ------.------ ''tires. Custom built fiberglassdog HOUSE OF VACUUMS ,
valid hunting license. EXPERIENCED( box & tool box. W.H. '159" Per Mo. 4 BR Frame House Fireplace, I I t Repairs ,
Possession of firearms is 1Icen8ed. bonded reasonable Johns. 984-8369. 1tp 10/16 Many brands of new vacuums. 60 Aero farm with pond 3 BR Central Heat & Air. ,12 acres]
the training ------------ Used machines available. house planted pasture will paved rd.
prohibited during tfchg.rates save money. 964-6081.. FOR SALE: 1969 Ambassador Expert Repairs all makes.Parts dMdeterms.. NO LOW LAND ,:" j r I Durranc\\ 1

season.Sportsmen reminded 1 & 2 acres mobile home sites I
{ are ------------ station wagon 8 cyl. auto- and Accessories for alvacuums. WEST CENTRAL
tftat dogs can not be used to FOR SALE: Magnifying glasses matic air end full power clean Built In central 1.2 acre home or mobile home REALTY. INC. N.W. of !t k2 ma. I
pursue game in portions of of al sizes with handles. At The and runs very good $800 or vacuum cleaning systems.712N. site $2.600. Registered Broker' I I Pumps & Supply

A achua. Gilchrist and LevyQDunUes Office Shop. best offer. 9644087. 10/9 Main Gainesville 376-7110. 1-378-2308. Anytime' .
bounded on the north 4tchg 10/30 tfFOR I Evenings Call: George Roberts Jr. I I Company

bir: SR-26, the east by SR-337 MOBILE: HOMES FOR SALE ---.....-------- ------------ 3782.3808Tr) ArtPatray AEO., REAL ESTATE BROKER | I
.,, ..----------' mr Ave. :
and otherwise bounded by SR399. SALE: Case pocket knives 473-2039 864 N. Temple
The use of free-running now at Dahmars Discount., 964-7826! t I
FOR SALE: Two bedroom air ,
Starke
deer dogs'" is prohibited in conditioned mobile IKMIHI on tfchg. *"* > aO In > tt
DeSoto, Hardee, Manatee and HElP WANTED ------------ t -J
two acres two miles from t 1 WATERFRONT Small cottage 964-7061
Sprasota Counties. Starke. Ph. 984-6479 after 5. FOR SALE: Double beds$39.95 on .scenic. clear lake large Long Champ FOR SALE _.
Is twin $29.96,
(Deer -dog 'training rd-e-way $20
10/9 10/16 '
2tp for al
enough water sports. /i Acre Lot with L.keAccns
prohibited on all, Wildlife. .:. used furniture appliances! air Home and
-_-- on Half Moon Lake
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Management Areas: AVON CALLINGI) To buy or seH conditioners 110V 220V. You won't find another Hke it $3,000 Jimmy Moore's
r congoknim $2 yd., and porch BuildingMaterials
Avon call 755-0731 write
or spacious.. custom designed 4 Zoned Mobile Homes
'tome Cyan, P.O. Box 220, awns 4 ft. $16 5 ft. $ia Sun Sports
bed. 2 bth cedar home on Lake Owner Will Finance After
MONTHLY CONSI6NMENTHUCTIdN Lake Qty Ra. 32065. tfchg. And hems.ten The thousand Bargain Center other. Brooklyn' ,,..., beautiful home.Lags Down Payment MORE BOAT FOR
------------ -WE BUILD Phone 473-214
:XI S, of Starke. tfchg. t- YOUR MONEY TF
"ATTENTION ''DEMONSTRATORS ------------1 1 1/2.cre lake tots on "YOUR PLANS OR OURS 964-5791:

,''I : Toys & arts. TOP SOIL FILL DIRT: 6 days s Lake Ha",*". Good terms, cal YOUR LOT OR OURS"FREE STARKE PH ;
Sat.. Oct. 25 10 A.M.: Work now thru December. week dozer work J and today while the fish are biting. ESTIMATES .. BRASINGTONCadlll.colclsmobile COMPLETE OUTBOARD aSTERN
SERVICE
FREE sample Kit. No experience dragline work. Cal 4<<&1873. DRIVE
WE ME MW ACCEPTING EIIIPMENT. needed. Call or write Star Rt. Hampton, STEPHEN 1 aore'homashes, $2500! with as REMODELING REPAIRS Sales ft Service AND REPAIR
Santa's Parties Avon Corn SMITH LANDFILL, tfchg. Hide ae$260 down and S years. topey..thle ADDITIONS Fine Selection/ Of Used FIBERGLASS
FIN Oil. OCTOIEI SALE 06001.' Ph. 1 ((203)) 673-3466. > Is an offer you can'tNun' HOMES BOUGHT Cora Token On COMPLETE
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Also Booking Parties. 8/21 FOR SALE: Diamond needles ,...., SOLO TRADED Cadillac Trades REPAIR FIBERGLASS

Call Us bout Bringing In Your :Tractors, 13tp.11/13. '------- for any stereo over 247 3"bedroom. 1 1/2 bth ACREAGE FOR SAL 2001- N.W. 13 37SJ301GAINESVILLE CUSTOM FISHING BUILT BOATS'

Trucks, Autos Trailers, RV'a.Jpoats'' .1.different. Dahmar's ones Discount.we have,them carp' **,,cent heat end air. nKuYulone 964-6853 : .. .

dub Estates,, convenient -
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Notercycles ,
j t 9x12 Linoleum $8.98. Also Cone by Sunday afternoon
"' 'of All Kinds Now. 12x12 and 12x15 In stock. Lots on the golf course and off. Olin's' Subdivision

i Hundreds to choose from 111 starting. at $3500 with greattermsv _

.,Iritf Yoir E.jiip...it. to the. 11..t. Place FOR SALE:1973 Suzuki TGOO, Dahmars Discount tfchg. from our Choose sKsctkin your new home Johnson RADIOS A
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9.000 mllas 700.1874 I KawassU RETAIL! *.*!
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,. car: or pick-up. 408,1490 25 automatic gun from home on 1 acre, $29.960 10*
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I LAWTEYby Elizabeth Terry \I SES With Learning Zest J Southside Chit ChatThe Jury Acquits' Man Of ,Rape... *



CHURCH ACTIVITIES Rowe of Floral _City visited STARKE' Willie James i back of his camper pickup 'an issue, but public defender

Church of God Sunday their cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Starke Elementary is Hooker, a black man, was truck, he said. Hooker was not ,Vid Hulslander told the jury
: O.J. Anders on Wednesday. rolling right along into the acquitted of. rape charges satisfied and refused that Hooker was not only
walked
Ser-
School 10 a.m. Worship than hour'sdeliberation so she got dressed and ;;
Mrs. Harold Eunice visited new year. PTA president after more an accused of rape but of a white
vices 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. hersister, Mrs. Pansy Knight Macy Crowder presided over Executive Board of Southside Librarian, Bur- by a six-member into the woods, saying, "I'll girl in Bradford\ County

Prayer Meeting Tuesday 7:30: and son Owen, of Maxville, on our first PTA meeting Tues., .Southside PTA has decided to ney Winkler reports that the Bradford Circuit Court jury get even with you Circuit court reconvened
p.m. YPE Friday at 7:30: p.m. Saturday afternoon. Sept. 30 at the school cafetor- add a Boston Rocker to our list Southside Media Center is here Thursday, Oct. 9. The woman testified that Friday morning to hear,, the

Evergreen Baptist: Sunday On Thursday evening Mr ium. Other PTA officers are: of prizes to be raffled off for really a busy place these days. Hooker, 30, of Fort White, Hooker turned onto the case of Michael Leon Roton,

School 10 a.m. Worship Ser and Mrs. Robert Lee and John First Vice-President, Loretta our Halloween carnival. Our students may come and was charged with involuntary wooded road stopped and who was charged with escape/
vices 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. Marchant, who is. also Tickets will be on sale at the go to( the library with their sexual battery of a 21-year-old pulled out a pistol directing from Florida State Prison.\ Q.
at the rehearsal
Prayer Meeting Wednesday at were guests Miss projects chairman; Second school starting the week of classroom teachers permis- University Florida student her to undress and get into the According to( arrest reports,

7:30: p.m. supper Whetsel honoring and Paul Cline.Cynthia The Vice-President, Linda Allday, Oct. 13.Plans. sion as often as they like. Not near Speedville on April >16.> back of the truck. She said she Roton did not return from fur-
Faith Baptist: Radio Pro- who is'also membership are now under way to being on a rigid schedule of Hooker admitted having sex ran naked through the woods lough granted' by the prljjbn
gram over WPXE Starke, Bar-B-Q supper was held at chairman, and Third Vice-' make our annual Halloween coming by classes once a with the white woman, but to a 'convenience store and May I1.Roton. .
Sunday 8 a.m. Bible School 10 the Lodge on Hatchet Creek President Judy Dukes, also Parade one of the biggest we week, the children are enjoy said she had consented whenhe called the police to report the changed his plea\

a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. Hunting Preserve in Gainesville program chairman.Secretaryis have ever had. All the South- ing coming, checking out offered her $50. rape.Hooker. from not guilty to guilty of the
Alice .
and 7:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting Searcy. Treasurer for side students are very busy books (about 25 more books A The girl testified that was arrested April. charge. Judge John J. Crews
Mrs. Ruth Steinhouser ofJaacksonville this is Brenda
Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Bible [ Louise year Thomas. these days and things are DAY compared with last Hooker had picked her up 26 in Gainesville after the sentenced him to nine months
and Mrs. for
improvements
Study. Proposed getting very exciting here at scheduled classes) lis- while hitchhiking in Gainesville confinement to
Johnson of Atlanta, Ga. were the school by the PTA include:. years alleged victim spotted his run COl1j; -
Grace United Methodist: of upgrading the school. tening to tapes looking at and drove her to Crescent truck and reported the license cotively to the sentence'4ie
and
Mr. departmentalized -
Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Wor- Mrs.Thursday O.J. Anders.guests 5th grade facilities, a See you 'next week with filmstrips, browsing through Beach, where she spent the number to police. Search i of now serves. .

ship Services 11 a.m. and 7:30: Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bar- covered walkway over Wash more news about Southside. magazines, enjoying their day walking and sunning Hooker's truck revealed a After granting change tof

p.m.' Choir Practice 7 p.m. field and their son-in-law and ington Street to where the ----- new responsibilities!IOuI' student while he slept.On small-caliber handgun and venue, trial of James Earl

and United Methodist Fellow- daughter Mr. and Mrs. Mark busies park, a concrete slabon We are happy to begin a library assistants are the way back to Gaines- articles of female clothing. Edwards began Monday, Oct.

ship 7:30: p.m. Wednesday.The Foster of Powder Springs, Ga. the playground for days series of articles concerningthe doing a fine job with the rou- ville that evening Hooker said Both attorneys spoke of 6, at the Duval County Courthouse -
Church will observe its went to Disney World, when the area is muddy or Southside Elementarystaff. tine library daily activities he offered her $50 to have sex racial overtones in the case.. in Jacksonville. j

86th anniversary and annual Orlando, on Thursday. The under water, and safety Each week we will spot- and we look forward to( a goodyear with him. She voluntarily Prosecuting attorney Tom Edwards one of the Garment -

homecoming day on Oct. 19. Fosters went to Silver Springson patrols for SR-16 and US-301 light a Southside teacher so with our new system. undressed and got into the Elwell denied that race was Factory 14 on trial fdr

Dr. Ira ConTey, state regional Monday and Weekewachee crossings that we can get to know them Don't forget that Raffle prison disruption, faced

mental health program Springs on Tuesday and while Program Chairman Judy better tickets are now on sale and Budget Okayed For UC SchoolsLAKE charges of assault with intent:
coordinator of Gainesville, there they visited their grand- Dukes introduced Marilyn This week the'spotlight is on can be purchased from any to( commit second degree

will be the speaker. Dr. Con- parents, Mr. and Mrs. C.W. Vellenga who presented an Southside Principal Dewey fourth or fifth grade student at BUTLER In a unani- first) where the murder and possession of la

ley served as a United Metho- Foster. They returned to their informative program on the McKinney. Mr. McKinney Southside. Help the boy or girlof mous decision, the Union money have been lain?'priorities she- weapon by a state prisoner.A .

dist pastor for IS years before home on Saturday afternoon.Mr. Reading Resources Access grew up in the very small your choice win a set of County School Board adopted six-member jury foufid)

entering the field of mental and Mrs. Charlie Mos- Program In use by Kindergarten Bradford county communityof Walkie-Talkies for selling the Tuesday night a $2.3 million said.William Edwards"guilty on a lesser
health. Dr. Conley is thru 6th grade in Bradford Sampson City, now Sampson McGill speaking charge of the first
appre- ley and family of Highlandwere most tickets. The top fourth budget for the 1975-76 fiscal for count convicting -
the
ciated by God's people as a Sunday dinner guests of schools. This is a series of Lake. He attended schoolin and fifth grade classes will year.The. teachers, said the bud- him of assault and

preacher of the Bible. He pre- their parents, Mr. and Mrs. tests to determine reading Bradford County graduating win a party which will be new budget is down get reflected whether the battery. Judge R.A. Green
teachers would
fers to be known as "Just a Lonnie Teston. skills, a record-keeping from BHS in 1961 as given by the Southside PTA. from last year's of $2.8 have sick withheld sentence on the cOn-
Country Boy who has found Cot and Mrs. Wm. Wilson system, a program to identify Salutatorian of his class. He million. Major changes leave or the kids would have viction pending investigation.

Jesus Christ to be Lord of his attended the South Georgia strengths ana weaknesses in won a State Teachers Scholar- LUNCH MENU in capital improvement came, supplies. Taking from the administration In the four-day hearing,

life." Antique Show in Valdosta Ga. Student Reading Profile and a card permanent showing ship and was awarded a four MONDAY Fish, grits, which is down from $400,000last eliminate some costs sick would leave Edwards was also convictedof

United Methodist Women last weekend.Mr. skills mastered. Donna year scholarship loan by the cabbage slaw, fruit cup, cornbread year to $324,000 this year. and taking from instruc- the second charge and sentenced -
met at the church Wednes- pay
on Starke Rotary Club, as Out- milk.TUESDAY. to one year to run con-
Mrs. and Mrs. Lea McClellan Brewer and Fatha DeSoe Operating costs are down this tional would eliminate
day Roberts morning. George Mrs. spent the weekend with their from SES attended a work- standing High School Senior. Chili with year, too, from $2 million to plies for the classrooms. sup- secutive, with term now Jr-
presiding.
son and daughter-in-law Mr. shop this summer\ on (his program Mr. McKinney attended the beans crackers tossed salad $1.8 million. ving.' |
the J
Frank Coss gave devo- and Mrs. Ronnie McClellanand : and are qualified to University of Florida and gra- pear, cinnamon roll. milk. Lonfta V1CGIIi, __ uU__ for ,

tional.present There vere 13 ladies family of Vidalia, Ga. advise regarding the this.other I'm sure teachers they duated with a Bachelor WEDNESDAY Cheese a group of teachers speaKing, ques- M o mmick* DI

Highland Baptist: Sunday Visitors at the home of Mr. would be glad to answer any Degree and a Commission as toast, sliced tomatoes, green tioned a 16.5 per cent increasein C

School 10 a.m. Worship Ser- and Mrs. Carl Prevatt over parent questions also. The a Second Lieutenant in the beans, yellow cake with peach administration and a 12 per

the weekend were their son, program is a tremendous U.S.Army, obtained through topping, milk.THURSDAY. cent decrease in instructionalcosts.
vices 11 and 7
a.m.
Prayer meeting Wednesday p.m.7 J.C.: Prevatt of Gainesville, asset to our school in pin- Army College ROTC. From Chicken and j. ll3 l c wqQIn ( ; :
his son-in-law and daughter pointing student's reading 1965-1967 Mr. McKinney was noodles peanut butter sand- Union County School Super

p.m.Northside Baptist: Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Gertshaw of problems and progress. on active military duty as a wich, green peas, carrot intendent James Cason explained ::I ,

School 10 a.m. Worship Ser- Vero Beach, his daughter Copies of the tests, profile Special Services Officer In the sticks, banana, milk. that a change in for- .'
cards, etc. were on for Adjutant Generals Corps. FRIDAY Hamburger on mat :I
Mrs. Glenda Moore of Lake display was the probable reason.(
vices 11 a.m. and 7:30:
p.m. interested parents to( view and During this time he planned lettuce and tomato He said
City. Grandchildren of the bun, corn at least one person
Prayer Meeting Wednesday
Prevails Mr. and Mrs. ask questions. Mrs. Vellenga administered and supervisedall peaches,.milk. had been transferred to his iaJl1 "i
7:30
p.m. Ronnie Harper and sons of fielded questions from the aspects of special services budget, and that salary, as
floor concerning the program.Mr. and budget thereof, for the 5th well services
SCHOOL NEWSPI' Daytona Beach, and Mr. and Insurance Bids as some physical I
Mrs.Wayne Harper and son of Clark, Principal at Region Army Air Defense were reflected in the new i Fairtane"I ;
A mothers held a meet Starke on Saturday.Mr. SES, announces that SES has Command with units in Baltimore costs. 67 Chew. 1% Ton '67 Ford Q

ing on Tuesday morning at the and Mrs. J.C. Beach of an open-door policy at our Md., Dallas-Ft. Worth, Asked By Board As to the decrease in in- Oro.n, Cob A Chouli. peal I Dr. H.T. VJ. H"H. AT/Fair .

school. Jacksonville visited their school and parents can visit Texas, Miami and Key West structional expenses, Cason rT.cII. Olvoowoy Prlco. '

Plans for the Halloween parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.F. classrooms at any time after Fla., Norfolk Virginia, Mont- STARKE The Bradford said he thought one of his a 5711 T'I I :
Carnival were discussed\ and School Board
County began
Robertson registering at the office. Cometo gomery, Alabama and administrative assistants had
afternoon.Mr.
the need for additional volun- Sunday school and first- taking bids for employe group been 'M' '68 Cad. Deville "'
and Mrs. one day see Georgia.Mr. sent to a training school, 68 Mustang Fastback C
teers for working in the boothsat Wesley hand what child is doing McKinney left active insurance following a short he might be Sodon. Full Pwr. ...c. AC. ,... ,
Plaisted and Mrs. Louise your so a bargaining Er /Now TI l.|*.|. iot .".
.... ,..
the Carnival was ex and meeting Monday, Oct. 6. Noon (null AIM. ol ..1 'bull and ,"
Messer and son of Orange learning! military duty as a First Lieutenant agent for( the teachers. Frotty. "iI"
pressed. Please let any PTA Park spent Sunday with her We have a current events with a Citation for Bid proposals must provide Mrs. McGill said her group 5622 .

officer or member know if you son-in-law and daughter Rev. report by Jay Rogers of Meritorious Service, and was optional coverages for em- felt the instructional part of $72:1 I
,
have items or time to( contri- and Mrs. Leonard Melton and Myrna Lou Rahn's fourth awarded a research assistant- ployes of the school board. the budget ought to be the first '69 Volvo .
142 :
bute. grade class. ship at the University of Option( 1 will include employeand priority, and that it should 68 Ford tt Ton
Dk. ,. ..
Tickets for the bicycle and family. Oran Avlo T AC. Onon 4 WMto.' LWB, Ml
Vernon. Teston of North Eloise, the hurricane, lasted Florida for 19671968. He dependent hospitaliza- receive more funds first and .AM-PM. ltd. Tram.g Bno.
., AM-FM Radio are still avail- Little Rock, Ark. flew home two hours. It's winds blew 130 earned a Masters degree'bnd tion, medical, surgical and cuts last. $1233 I .1

able. There are several parents Friday morning and was an mph. It hit around Panama a position in Phi Kappa Phi major( medical insurance. "That's where the children $733 ." ..
who have tickets for sale. the Option 2 is disability insur- she said. -
1 During national
City. storm one Honorary Society. are
of his '
The first grade studentsI overnight guest parents, died and several were Mr. MeKinney worked at ance, and Option 3 is a combination Cason agreed with her U' 70 Ford Wagon '70 AMC Hornet fppO
visited the Starke Fire Mr and Mrs. Lonnie Teston. person injured. Thousands of people Bradford High School 1968- of the first two. statement saying "There'sno ...... Cty.VlOood. sodas, '; .Pi, ....T. -Dr... .."H......... Tran, .
and
He the Testons
I went tQ .
I Department the Forestry visit their mother, Mrs. R.A. had to leave their homes. The 1969 as a Math teacher 'land All policies will Include a difference of opinion as far Air COI!" Vinyl :Toll.NNq.,2

Tower on SR-100 on Friday. Melton in the hospital at Win- ocean had twelve-foot waves football and baseball coach. $3,000 life insurance plan as as I'm concerned." C $844 $1344 ".
After lunch they returned to that smashed the houses and of the But middle school
.' r ter Garden on Friday after- 1969-1970 was spent at South- part package. teacher
Starke to Parade.watch the Home- noon. Vernon left for home buildings during the storm. side elementary teaching The School Board plans to Cindy Broward pointed out S '70 Coda 383 '70 Ford Sot Cust.I''*

r coming October early Saturday morning. Telephone poles were knocked Physical education. ''Mr. contribute 100 per cent of the that the argument was not II: ".e. AC Molt,.AT .P&, .PB. Tulono Orson LW., HAH AT: Z
Saturday, 25, is the
Buckott Comolo
A
date Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Grider down. The storm took the McKinney served Brooker cost of the program on optionsone where the funds should go but L M* til..
for the Halloween
val. A fish Carni- and son Aubry Smith of roofs off many houses. Elementary school as principal and two only. If an em- why they had been distributedin a' $1344 $1444 ..

fried and smoked supper featuring Starke, another son and Bus schedules are not 1971-1973 and came"to. ploye selects option 3, he will such a fashion."Is ::a
mullet coleslaw stabilized. You can expect Southside pay the difference between that (the fact that-In c' .'
daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. as orincipal in July' 71 Cadillac 71 AMC
& beans and Gremlin
pork child to be picked and options 1 and 3. struction should have the
your
French fries will be served for Arthur Smith and son, of up of 1973 where he is now 2NM&.llbD'nNIUOMa1'. In'i'
delivered at the time CPM&CTLAGIIIa- I
and their same his third i,
_.__Jl,:!S-Boginning at 5:30.: There Palatka aunt Mrs. beginning year. I:. --
'. will be fun and games for the Bunny Smith, of Citra were each day. Your patience with Mr. McKinney's wife Vicki,. ,$2155 $1255 .1'
entire family.Friday Sunday dinner guests of Mr. the new schedule changes is taught girls physical educa- :I

October 17. will be a and Mrs. B.F. McCulley and foreseen appreciated.for the No problems remainder are of tion at BHS for 4'/i years. The Pre-Season I 71 Olds Wagon 11 Chrysler Wagon : =-

planning day for the'teacbers.PERSONALS David. the year. Parents of non- McKinneys have 3 children, Custom C.I..,., Pull Pwr. ;J .....,. Ono oOw_, ......' .
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wilkisonand students Lori, Beth, and Michael.Mr. o Incl.windotmt Poc AC. Hoods AttuM Mil... Nlco c.,. .""I
transported are ....
Volvo "
( family of Orlando were urged to deliver students to McKinney's parents $1455
Mr. and Mrs. Horace Cox of Sunday dinner guests of their school I around 9am. unless both live and work in Bradford $955 .
1 ; Waldo Charles Dinkins of parents, Mr. and Mrs. B.L. absolutely necessary to come County. NEMMIGc11E it .,

Starke Mr. and Mrs. Jim Wilkison Sr. Other guests for earlier.Following articles' Dewey McKinney is 32 @ 72 Ford Torino4Or. : Pinto' i
are some !
':! Burton of Jacksonville, and dinner were their son and presented by students for years old. His goal is to serve HAH. AT, F Poc. AC ltatl. WIg!cad, *!-.. '-
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dinkins daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. reading pleasure' : your the children and parents of his .. Oroon A W"". c_" Now Tim Ii.

and David of St. Augustine, _Donald______ Willcisnn.. Firsrar items hv An",, JG !home: county through working $1666 $1766'
spent the weekend at the homeof Mr. and Mrs.John Tye were Carter and Cheryl Scheyder lor a better educational sys- I! n

their mother Mrs. Mary Saturday evening dinner from Mrs. Gay's second grade tem. His next challenge will 72 Fords Trucks 72 Phrm I Duster
'I 1 of their son-in-law class. They are making be to seek the of Ono .511.1 .
Dinkins so they could visit guests and position I With ( -2")/ I4H, AIIM from. Pie. AC, A 5
i with their friends here. Other daughter, Mr. and Mrs. mosaic scarecrows and these Bradford County School Ono *. Your Air C C__. .Sot. ,..howToppor ino. Cor,hut MovM ho .Pointed
two stories tell about them: I
Tommy Talley and of Superintendent in 1976.
the
guests during weekendwere son little scarecrow'sname $1166'
"My
$1966 >
.
her grandson and wife, Jacksonville.Mrs. is Tootapoon. He is C ,
Mr. and Mrs. Freddie Dinkins J.B. Taylor Sr. of
and Elizabeth Ann of Lakeland Jacksonville mother of Mrs. funny and giggles. He is my 73 Mazda's 73 Ford Trucks r
hef Lucille T. Ivey has been best friend and very funny. TaylorLeaves' film,PJX1 c...... Hod P.X1 c....., 1 to chooM from. On. 4-Whl. M''
nephews and niece, The Last Word InComfort _. ..
Why are you funny and always oromo P.XI W. All Mrs 4. Gr..., Ono Bomor with ftulttoooor
Dinkins moved from St. Vincents !I
Casey of Jackson- giggling. You s.A. Air C all Prom ) ono P-1M Avtomotlc
are pretty. By ..
ville, and Mr. and Mrs. Clar- Hospital, Jacksonville to Jo Carter. $1877 ..romt
: ence Prevatt of St. Peters- River Gardens Nursing Home Amy "
$2177 8
"What's Doc? I
: there. Mrs. and her up am a
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scarecrow. am a
> t ..-;( Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Pringle daughter, Mrs. D.R. Brown scared. I wave my arms. 73BelAireChow. 73 Vega Hatchback -.1 .. 'j

of Worthington Springs visitedI and Cynthia spent Saturdaywith Sometimes crows come and !' *0r. fodon. HAH, AT. Oran,. 4-f'". ..... AC. 21.... I
their sister Mrs. Pierce her. */.q. *oc, AC. Not b Ploihy MIMO. PJodloM. Now-Typ.* OBJ
. I Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth light on my arms. I scare ;
Pra-
Crews last Saturday after-
noon. ter and family of Jacksonville, them away. Sometimes people" County Ti: $1777 $1977 3
Mrs. Walter Martin and her come to see me, too. By J '
James Phillips of Lake ButI' ;i
Cheryl Scheyder. 73 Suzuki M-Cycle 73 Bass Boat 'r
sister Mrs. Sidney Hansen
I ler. Mr.and Mrs. Bill Gaskins were Sunday dinner guests of, Next is an article by Bonnie STARKE Carl Robert:Tay OT n*. I.... MIIOI. OrlflMlly. .....*who' Now. "
and family, Danny and Leslie lor has been returned to Fol- Wall "
Arnold, Dottie Wilkison, J
r Mr. and $977
Mrs. Don Martin and $1677
Phillips of Lawtey were family.On Robert Carver and Carmella som Prison in San Quentin'California III' 'j;

Sunday dinner guests of their Colbern. This is a study of after being found
Mr. and Mrs. 73 ._'
mother Mrs. O.J. Phillips, saturdaYd Holland from Miss Rahn's guilty and sentenced to life Kawasaki 350 73 Honda 250:; '
John attendedthe
and Mr. and Mrs. Fate Reddof wedding of Miss fourth grade class. imprisonment by Bradford Furnace lae ,
Macon, Ga. Cynthia Circuit Court for the first
Whetsel to( Paul Cline of Den- "The Dutch people wear '" $477 '
Mike Dobbs was a Saturday ver, Colo at the wooden shoes and grow a lot of degree murder of Valerie .'...... $377 4Avlo
overnight guest of his brother- Episcopal
in-law and Church in Keystone Heights. tulips. They have many taxi Turner. 65,000 BTU HEATS :< .: ... '74CJ5VTlMtoMjMooAroMM. F
sister Mr. and boats and windmills In Taylor was acquitted of : ; .. 74 Opel Wagon :
After the
Mrs. Wayne Gustafson of ceremony, they Holland. The Dutch sell murdering Patricia Marr atNell's V4y0 4 arM_ 4.ipd.Air ce.& AM11 -laNll
Green attended the people UP TO 6 ROOMSWall -. Sot Up bot ..... ton PM ,
Cove 4455 ll.N
Springs. receptionsupperat .Tag..i. .
the home of Mr. and Mrs. lots of fish and cheese to other Style Shop on SR-21 ...-0 KvaNsa MIM M.- ......-1'., ., : .,
Deepest Sympathy of the countries. In Holland they near Melrose Nov. 30 1971, -.- .... ...,. ,. ..:,. ,a ...
community is extended to Robert Whetsel on BrooklynLake. ,,- ".'...:...M..o ......I.l.'I: .... ,.
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build dikes to water when Valerie 16 W .t:. ",
Mrs. keep was discov- Thermostat '- .Keeps welltemp.raluro ; \ \ \. ... : ''.7"' .
Larry Tanner and away from their land. The ered missing. Defense counsel !t'h kt './ eT to'I::

children, his parents, Mr. and Rev. and Mrs. James F. dikes are called watchers, predicts no trial on charges of Counter FlowPulls \Iti .'iL a. '"4" _"..'".... "
unused heat off celling and spreads i.i.. .., .
Mrs. Dave Tanner and relatives Dougherty and family, and sleepers or dreamers. Once- murdering Valerie's mother : N .....'>vo...*. .torn, 1.155.. tI.I'7.4 l1i Lt.: : .
due to the death of their Capt. and Mrs. R.W. Lines of the dikes broke and did a lot of Mrs. Bobbie Turner the hack evenly over the floors where !. OrfelMHy. ., "ASSN.dedt ... 7.WMd.:. ,-..' .
son, Larry, who was killed in Valdosta Ga., Billie and Ray damage to the people's date. same you need It. Economical to Install *1 Poctory ..... .,.. Hot > P.. .... l""..AC 7

an automobile accident on Wilson of University of Florida homes. The capital of Hollandis Taylor left the Bradford .,nd economical to operate. Roar u $3888 $3488 I
Wednesday night. Gainesville, spent the Amsterdam. Jail and Side Vents at Smell Extra Cost.PRESEASON. if
County accom- .
< Mrs. Wayne Gustafson weekend with their sheriffs a '
parents, panied by deputy 74M.rIIl';I 746MCViTonI S,
,' Green Cove Springs was a Col. and Mrs. Wm. Wilson. LUNCH Oct.MMMondoyi MENU John Dempsey and state prosecution :I IuoorCoWMllMNMlPtMAH. $
; Thursday overnight guest of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Hardee Homburoor en bun ,lottuco, investigator Johnny SALE 1111 N .... AT.. P..' .... ..... Aci fmWB
I< her parents, Mr.and Mrs. Bill and Denise attended the tomato .nd plcklo ",.nc" frlot, Yarbrough. Taylor has been j $7688 U
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Dobbs. Hardee Family Reunion at the bonono. milk.Tvoidoyi with held at the jail since March 27 : : v 0388
Mrs. Marian Hall of Jacksonville home of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Solliburv stall grow this while aid II,
motMd EnglMl. peas, Hull year defense and
Beach was a Monday Dampier at Brooker on e.... roll bu"pototom.?, milk.Widnoidoyi prosecuting attorneys battledin .'' 74 Honda 750)' : '74 CIIa. Cst 10 a';'

( overnight guest of her bro- Sunday. KiBoioana. _Ie". Npanuf a series of pre-trial motions 269Sawyer 0 Pills seine. Bow, IK. ,'v* ... T'...., Toppor,
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ther-i n-law and buttor 'lolly MMwwn moco- .
!i' sister
,Mr. and ont ..... CMOM. Was llmo>. .tr_. to suppress evidence against. Plus Installation S $1688 $2611:1
Mrs. O.J. Anders. While here burry _.k.. milk. Taylor.
they visited another sister the Old1Gmb Thondovt ..I.... grit*. cobbogo Uw. The baffling case was under'' a .-.
Mrs. Hester Hicks. chorry _..... cambrood.buttor, milk.PrMoyt 'investigation almost three ':WE NAVE NANT.NOAE. CANS C
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Moppy JoG on bun. corn I: ..
Mrs. Robert Lee until
attended a tBMOd ....., poor, COOklO mil!'. years extracted was Sladc j fl
arrested
and
In
supper-shower
Jacksonville from

on Monday evening, and a i' ....................... California by the Bradford f -. CHIME rue*. .IK ..iiicr('? .i.Ipo
luncheon in Hawthorne at the V ,Sheriffs department.. a;.. .
home of Mrs. C.E. Defense Gas t v
Titus OnTbw'sday. ... ,.... .. shoild. attorney Jeffrey
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Both events were Telegraph : 'j
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"" remember,Ifcelr blrtlMUy.:IBFlorida. > :
honoring her niece Miss Cynthia Misery to a politlciaa. IIaw. that an appeal will definitely'.' ,
of a liceMe to fish, fa be sought In the 332 W. Madison Starke96477O1 i
Whetsel. Keystone, ..... fc* knt running for fresh. case. I
water Is of
repaired .

I Heights.David Barnes and Seber body any office belle.mat. him.having every oars fisherman of age between, IS a" IS. judge gross"I'm,legal" overwhelmed Barker erroR laid.made at by the the Null 'at Mrq IH KtysttM! Ntights ,*: '.


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