Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 9, 1976
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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7 "., : :; \ ,County voters ousted. two incumbent. officeholders i

: : Tuesday,and returned two county commissioners to office in the I
first prim/', f.t 1976
Also st't' ed were a new school superintendent and school 4 Veterans JJ'iri "
,. board member Norun-offswlll be necessary in county races. I

Election office workers tolled far Into the night getting results and chances are a person would have to stand In the hallway. Winners were Jimmy 204 votes at press time 1,993to ;
from precincts and tabulating them for observers. Returns!: for county races were In earlier than expected the last Alvarez in the property 2,207. .
precinct reporting by 10:30 p.m., but workers Bobby Milner, appraiser's race Maxie County CommissionersHazel
The operation was moved Into the county commission meeting Carol Milner, Betty Ann Phillips, and Charles Hardy were Carter in the District 3 county Paulk and Dave 3Run-Offs Set
room to accomodate, the crowd: of hopeful politicians and delayed by late returns from one precinct>In reporting state '1I Shuford were both returned
Interested voters. At one point, there was standing room only races. 1 I for another term
I Mrs. Paulk racked up the
highest percentage of any
candidate in the election, In Union VotingUnion

School Board Team Walks Out 1 aw winning 70 29 percent percent.of JoePentecost's --

Shuford, in a three-way race County voters turned Marie Woodley In the first "
I against V L Starling and out one incumbent office primary balloting. Tuesday's 11
Mitchell Brown, got53 percentof holder, returned four voting total in the school
Of Heated Teacher Salary TalksContract the vote. 2,259 of 4,233 votes incumbent to office for superintendent race was:
cast. Brown was second, with another term and threw three McGill 915; Cason, 661, and
-, 1.420, or 33 percent, and county wide races into run Mrs. Woodley, 465.
talks between as she watched the board's after three years of service in the BEA's counterproposalfor / Starling got 554 votes, 13 offs in Tuesday's balloting. County Commissioner from \
negotiating teams chief negotiator Eddie the county. teacher pay raises. percent. Incumbent Paul Riherd was District 3 Woodington faces a
representing Bradford County Douglas lead a single-file However, the board- Douglas prefaced his rebuttalby Bradford High School voted out, while Clerk of the second primary challengefrom
public school instructors and procession of his fellow stressing that it did not wish to stating that any salary I j Principal Tom Casey Circuit Court Robert Todd. following the i
the school board came to an bargaining team members out be considered punitive in its scale adopted by the board be narrowly beaten for the school Driggers, Supervisor of voting outcome in that three-
abrupt halt Tuesday night, of the school board meetingroom. dealings with the teachers maintained year after year. '" J superintendent post four Elections Lottie Lee Archer ,way race. Woodington 1
when the board's bargaining while the new contract is The two sides engaged in \4 .... j I, years ago, was successful in and school board members seeking a second term,
team declared impasse and being worked out-said any lengthy discussion over what his second try, beating Dewey Ray Crawford and Ressie collected 814 votes to Todd's n
stomped out of the meeting Prior to departing the monies paid to maintain the monies could and could not be Tom Casey 'acid side-kick Buford McKinney by a good Griffis were all returned to 678, and a third candidate
room, following a heated Tuesday night session, present salary schedule, (the considered in the awarding of Connie A:.lark: are back In the margin 2,535 votes to 1,613. office for another term former county constable
session. Douglas stated that then increments and the continuing raises, during the Tuesday saddle>K inCasey won 4? The run-offs developed in Henry Douglas had 560 votes.
,i:J guess that shows where teacher's counter-proposal to cojntract raise),, wouldba'., night session.. 7s. ,.MlqlfU'*t, over' Dewey" the school superintendentrace The District 5 commission
wesUnd, right a the bottom of the board's salary schedule"for deducted' from the total Contract negotiations WCKfcney. 'E wtrvr Bui, Mc=ill-Bnd 'r&c'e. which saw four political
the garbage pit," observed the 1976.77 school year, monies allocated in new raises resumed, following the commission race Hazel Paulk incumbent J'unmy'L"ason'are.i hopefuls. vying for the seat ,.-
one member of the small calling: for total teacher pav when the two sides finalize the teacher's rejection of the In the District 5 county the second primary vacated by C. M. Crews a )t
delegation of teachers hikes for b04,271 was in new contract. board's proposed contract commission race, Dave (c candidates; and in the two run-off has developed between
attending Tuesday's session. excess of the amount he hed During the closing momentsof package, August 31 During Shuford in the District 1 county commission races Harrison and Jenkins,
been authorized to "even talk Tuesday's session, Douglas that bargaining session the county commission race, Tom being contested this election Harrison led the fourwayrace
about. demanded the BEA board's negotiating team Casey in the school year. David E. "Skip" for the District 5
::1i t UJ lutlnt (iIrirr! Bradford Education negotiating team turn over the requested the teachers' superintendent race, and Woodington and Sidney Todd commission seat with a 745
Association ( BEA) chief sign in sheet for the teachers bargaining unit prepare the Vernon Parmenter in the are the run-off candidates in total trailed by Jenkins, with
ratification vote session of counter-proposal District 4 school board race. District 3, while Blair 509 llarlis Ellington with 39t;
; { negotiator George Loper /
.: 1 .: .. presented the teacher's August 25. when the county's Loper told the board's Sixty-four percent of thecounty's Harrison and Tom Jenkins and Royce Shaw with 364
: counter proposal during public school instructors bargainig team, during the registered voters \ emerged fromthe fourwayrace votes
,VII) : Tuesday's session, He voted 124.72 to reject theboard's August 31 session, that the turned out for the election, in District 5 as the run-off Veteran Circuit Court Clerk.
'lti explained that $604271 total proposed contract teachers had objected to candidates Driggers defeated challenger
making an uncanny t
Sixty-eight percent of thecounty's Hendricks
Bryan by a narrow
: y J increase over last year's Douglas said the sign in "insufficient and Inadequate"salary prognosticator out of elections .
2,976 registered 263 vote marginand will
teacher salaries worked out to scale considerations, Neva who 1 begina
sheet had been a term in the supervisor Flynn, Democrates cast ballots InTuesday's
'1 a $1.600 across the board raise agreement to have the and "insufficient" board !Monday was predicting a 65 seventh term in office.
.. : election, which saw Precinct returns show thatHendricks'
for the county's 200-plus ratification vote date change contributions of $208,56 percent turnout.
Thursday, Sept. 9 public school instructors from Monday August 23, to toward insurance, the same Best turnout in the countywas \' Commissioner incumbent District Riherd 1 soundly County strong county-wide challenge The final was
amount contributed to
In said Wednesday August 25. at precinct 15B, the Dobbs -
percentages Loper defeated
BUARCBradford individual premiums last challenger Sam vote in that race was 1,089-826
the BEA's counter proposal Loper who after the residence on SR-100, which
HS Vernon Parmenler looks Johns, 1,270-745 officially School board incumbents
Library7:30p averaged 19-percent, ranging meeting declined comment on year The BEA executive council recorded 75 percent, and relieved and pleased as the Results are listed as Crawford of District 4, and
from a low of percent to a the existance of such a list, precinct 7, the R J. E High the
.m. had recommended vote count came In Tuesday unofficial as 176 absentee Griffis, of District 1,were both
high of 205 percent. Annual said the sign in sheet had beena School with 74 percent. Other ballots
acceptance of the board's night. Parmenter won a seat returned from the 203 returned to office by county
Lawtey Council increments were set in the condition in the terms of precincts registering 7u on the school board. requested were not conuted as voters Tuesday,
package proposal, at the
the or better were 13B,
counter proposal at $200 agu''mentollen voting percent of time
7:30 press Gr fis. who was
p.m. date had been set for Monday ratification voting assemblyof the Graham Volunteer Fire Casey got 61 of the appointedto
Loper said the salary August 25, with the Johns. 27 a native of Union the District 1 school board
but that it not mentionedby
vote :
BC School ; McKinney 38 percent. County, defeated incumbent seat defeated
of the
proposal presented Tuesday exception salary scale i
either side when the date Trowel
Casey served
5pm.Hampton represented a 50-percent and insurance contributions as Rihered in all eight Union Nathan ], 1,189-741
was changed to Wednesday. superintendent for eight years County voting precincts, Crawford who will begin a
reduction from the BEA's first of which they stated,
Council salary increase request. Prior to leaving the Tuesday "inconclusive survey resultsrecommendation" before the narrow loss to Jim The Superintendent of third term as the District 4
night session, Douglas showed Temple in 1972
Schools and two
8p.m. county school board member
The board's original obvious signs of irritation at of the two Vernon Parmenter, in his commission races will be defeated two opponents on it
UC Commission proposal called for total the frequent interruptions by items on which the current first try for political office, decided in run-offs during the three-way race on the first
talks .
9:30 a.m teacher pay hikes of slightlyover Loper as he made a rebuttal to are focusingSlAlli gathered 62 percent of the vote September 28, second primary balloting. Totals in
$200.000 or an average of to win a seat on the Bradford primary that race show; Crawford
UC School Board about 11-percent, as -y CE County School Board.Parmenter's In the Superintendent of 1.113; Mrs Penny Shealy, 637
budget work compared to a 16,9.percent ;-Al-AGLANElection vote total was Schools race McGill defeated and R D Lawrence, 217.
2p.m. average increase for 2,455 to Royce Joyner's 1,471 incumbent Cason and Mrs Supervisor of Elections,
administrative personnel anda Lottie Lee Archer was again
Friday Sept. 10 19.9 percent average RoundupU.S. returned to office by the
increase for non-instructional Win widest victory margin among
-- "ballBHSvsVanguard personnel, both of which were Fuqua May the contested races this
retroactive to July I, 1976. SENATE; election as she hadin
Oca'aMonday. There was no indication John Grady, a John Birch Society Leader, defeated two fellow J the year'J'ust elections.
Tuesday that the school board GOP senate candidates in 'Tuesday's election and will face !Mrs Archer defeated her

Sept.. _U team was willing to discuss incumbent Democratic Senator Lawton Chiles in the general In First Primarytotal opponent, Mrs. Mary
Raiford Council any increase from its original election this fall. county Hendricks, nearly four to one
Carter new
7:30 p.m. II-percent salary increase Grady. 43 of Belle Glade was the local (Bradford County) commissioner, watches votes in Tuesday's balloting 1,615-
offer winner, posting 61 vote total to Helen Hanzel and 413. The veteran elections
BC School BoardS Republican tallied as he beats Incumbent Congressman Don Fuqua v otes. Bevis received 968
p.m. County teachers are Walter Sims' 23 vote totals. Ralph Bryan and challenger appears to have narrowly votes <((24< percent) in supervisor who is beginning
BC Commission currently working under last Charles :McKinney In first adv'oided a runoff in his bid for Bradford, and Armstrong 528, her fourth term, was the only
9:30 a.m. vear's salary scale. The board Slate Treasurer nomination to run for an 13 percent candidate on hand at the
was authorized payment of Republican Betty Armistead narrowly defeated Jeff Latham, primary. eighth term in the U S. Houseof courthouse Tuesday as the
Tuesday, Sept. 14 normal salary increments locally 54-49 and state-wide and will lace Democratic winner Department 73 percent, Representatives Union ballots were counted
from$t05 to the November general election. County totals were A line of well-wishers
ranging $210, paid Bill Gunter in 6, the E. L Norman steady
CITY ELECTION DAY to teachers annually for added Gunter's victory was by land slide both locally and state home.precinct 72 percent, and At 3:30: p.m, Wednesday almost identical to braved evening
polls open 7.7 experience in the county, and wide Bradford County voters cast 2.535 ballots for Gunter as precinct 15A, the Brooker Fuqua was leading Russell Bradford's. They were: thundershowers to learn thecounty's
Hampton ElectionUC the $815 raise normally opposed to his challengers, Aubyn Hodges and Roosevelt Jones, Community House. 71 Bevis and Jack Armstrongwith Fuqua 1.186 ((62 percent); voting outcome an
awarded to teachers along 677 and 452 respective totals. 49 percent of the vote, Bevis, 446 ((23 percent), and offer congratulations to \Mrs
School Board with a continuing contract percent. just short of the 50 percent Armstrong 275 ((14 percent), Archer.
7:30 p.m. Public Service Commission It was a dead heat for the needed to win the nomination
Katie Nichols lost to Phil Brewer in the local Democratic precinct with the worst outright. I Election
UGH Board Surveyor Gets balloting, 1480 1979, but won state wide and will face turnout; both Hampton City Hampton Council Sept. 14
8p,m.Wednesday. Republican incumbent Paula Hawkins in the general election. Hall and the Theressa Still to be counted were
Community Center reported Hampton elections will be Mrs Allen and Ralph Green,
almost 3,000 absentee ballots
Unite To Nothing, Slate Senate only} 54 percent of those from nine counties in the 2nd September 14, with two coined ako up tor reelection that year,
There will be a runoff between Rep Pete Skinner and !Mayo registered voting Congressional District. !seats up for grabs and two have no opposition
Sept. IS ballot. Hampton voters will also decide
You know you're in bad shape farmer Terry Putnal forthe District 5 Senate Seat. referendum items on the
Maxie Carter beat out
when you have to get a "raise" to At Skinner led all five candidates with 23,425 Fuqua staff aide Tommy whether the clerk will be elected
Council press Incumbent County Ted Curtis Sr, one of the two for
Hampton a two-year term instead of the
be miking nothing. votes, approximately) 30 percent of the votes cast. Putnal and Commissioner Ralph Bryanby Hicks said late Wednesday hisoffice's sound members up for reelection
Swearing In The was" city surveyor Merrill McGriff see sawed in and out of second place all night, both figures indicated his thirdterm present one-year term The other
well over a thousand votes is running for
Officers the ballot
Of New question on will be
MJMiDan's: predicament Tuesdayas trying to make the runoff and Putnal ended up squeezing by of Fuqua needed only 70 votes Councilwoman
out 4,262 votes cast, pickingup EvelynVaughan
I p.m. he before the whether voters wish to swear n
appeared aty 20 out of the absentee
McGriff 15,946 votes to 13.129 Putnal's) total represents 3,000 is
53 percent of the vote in retiring.
for new town officials the day after
commission asking a $391 percent of votes cast; McGnff's, 19 percent ballots to reach the 50 percent
Thursday S.pt. U "raise",As a retainer fee, the dry in fourth was former Bradford County resident Donna winning his first political mark the election instead of waiting
office. Bryan had 25 ,
McMillan's insurance and percent Three political until October as is done
newcomers are now.
pays Faxon with 12,934 or 16 percent. Faxon carried Bradford Scoring suprisingly high in
and Charles JVtcKmnev 20
BCH Board Social vying for the seats alorlth City officiate feel that an earlier
Security County, with 1,315 of the 3,790 votes cast in that race, beating percent in the District 3 race. challenging Fuqua were
7pm. Curbs ((The two swearing time would make fora
Prividing the meeting with a Skinner in the county by 312 votes former Tallahassee mayor top votegetterswill
humourous moment McMillan Another incumbent Bevis. with 32 percent of the elected.)The"two" are John smoother transition
tiIlJ' Community told commssioners his checks State Representative.District 23 officeholder 24-year veteran vote, and education executive Allen,husband of city clerk Mary
have been$0 00 for the past year Incumbent Frank Williams has defeated Charles E. "Red" property appraiser Gene Armstrong, who got 17 Allen and retired mechanic from
ftlatr lank but due to increased i insurance: I'nderhill by a good margin Bradford totals are: Williams Long lost his job to young percent. the Santa Barters Calif. school Remember when
rats, he Is now being pad 43,91. 3,257 ((79 percent) ; Underhill 816 ((20 percent). Clay County Jimmy Alvarez who nabbed system; Roy Roark a carpenter; atmospheric contaminantswere
__ -. Ua and asked for a $3.91 raise to totals are Williams. 4,496 ((72 percent) ; Underhill 1,739 ((27 52 percent of the vote In close Bradford County voted 62 and OUe Sheppard, a Hampton romantically called
T._Pa see_Mr.a..i bring him back up to $0,00. The percent). St. Johns County totals are Williams, 1.149 (166 race. Long with 47 percent of percent for Fuqua. casting garage mechanic, are all making stardust?
o. c- for him out of their first -Lane O.'lnghouj! .
commssinn the 2.534'otes 4,030
agreed percent), Underhill 576 (133 percent), vote trailed Alvarez by political race


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I Smith-Engagement Goetzman ToldAn c rhh ; !

announcement of the o:1f'64.fide PI

engagement and approaching :

Smith marriage, the daughter of Janice of Lynn Mrs (jfaJyi Wooty

Barbara Y.Smith of Melrose -- ,. -- --- -,
and Dr. Richard L Smith of

drick Gainesville Goetzman, to George IV, son Fre-of DarleneHobbs Marsha Delugach and Jim Shuford Repeat Vows Aug. 22Shower I

Mr. and Mrs. George F.
;:>> HonoreeMiss and headpiece. She carried a
Goetzman III of Lake clusters of apricot roses
Geneva, is made. Ivory baby's breath tied with bouquet of apricot and white
Darlene Hobbs, whose
sweetheart roses, stephanotis
Thewedding date has been brown ribbon.
marriage to Gerald Brown,
set for October 16 in the The bride, given in and baby's breath.
Jr. will be an event of October
A reception was held In the
Tolles-Scott Garden on Old marriage bv her father worea
9, was honored at a bridal
church recreation hall wherea
Bellamy Road in Melrose. long traditional gown of
shower Tuesday night,August d' s, A
dinner servedto
bride-elect is sit down was
The a graduate Imported candlelight organza
31, in the First United
200 guests seated at 20
of Interlachen High Yrh fashioned In an empire
4 I It School and plans to attendSt. Methodist Fellowship Hall. silhouette. The molded bodice tables. The tables were
c Johns River Junior Hostesses were Mrs. Paul b with French tucked yoke was covered with apricot colored
Faulkner Mrs. Leonard V,
cloths and eentered with small
adorned with
College in Palatka pearled re-
Moore, Mrs. Mark
of and
1 embroidered alencon lace. arrangements roses
The bridegroom attendedthe Hardenbrook, Mrs. Joey daisies.
The featured Victorian
gown a
Keystone Heights High Bakken, Mrs. Joseph Bakken high neckline and long full The cake table was centered
School and is a graduate of and Mrs. Don Hardenbrook.Miss : sheer bishop sleeves accented with a three tiered weddingcake
w the Bradford County Vocational Hobbs was presented a with alencon lace flanked by silver candle
I'" Center in Starke. He Is white corsage and corsageswere I, 4 and edged with Brussels lace holders with apricot colored
also presented to Mrs. J.
currently employed by Sears I A-line tapers.
ruffles. The skirt was
Roebuck and Company In C. Hobbs, mother of the highlighted by alencon lace Following a two weeks trip
Gainesville. honoree and to Mrs. Gerald to Mexico the couple will
'g motifs and had a scalloped
Janice: Lynn Smith and George Fredrick Goetzman IV. Brown, Sr., mother of the R. I border flounce of Brussels reside at 2883 Hickory Hill,
prospective groom. 1 lace which flowed into V- Memphis, Tenn,
DOUGLAS' FAMILY REUNION' Three games were played l I
bride is
train. The an occupational
shaped chapel length
SEPT 19Members and prizes awarded to the
in .
of the Douglas (s) winners. Each guest shared r'" I Her "walking length" illusion therapist.Shuford Memphis.Mr. graduated from
mantilla veil, designed
NOTICE family and allied families will some wisdom for happinesswith especially for the gown was Bradford High School and the
hold their annual reunion on the brideelect.The '
of Florida and is
bordered with double of University
t" a row
Sunday, Sept. 19, at Lake gift table was covered with
lir'nlest To lie I employed
seed and
Butler community center in with a white linen cloth and l pearls appliqued in
The Telegraph/ requests that all writeups of weddings be Lakeside Park. Registration centered with a blue and white ,, ilk with alencon lace. The veil Landscape. Company
turned in sathe article can be published no later than two will start at 10 a.m., followedby flower arrangement. ,; s. cascaded from a caplet Memphis.OFFICIAL
weeks after the wedding The reason for this is to prevent a business meeting at 12 The refreshment table was I tI.. 4
"old" news from being printed. We want to print news of noon, and picnic lunch at 1 covered with a blue lace edged ".. .
every wedding that takes place in the area, but please turn cloth and centered with a .A'P- "" T BALLOT
the information in so it can be printed within two weeks after p.m.All family members and crystal punch bowl balancedwith .. "" t." __

the event. friends are invited to come nuts and mints in crystal """, 't: .1'" ., ,. FIRST PRIMARY
and bring a picnic lunch. bowls and a cake decorated in l' ..: "
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To accomplish this, a prospective bride can obtain from the shower theme with a ." .t'
the Telegraph/ office forms which supply all the information shower of flowers and GENERAL ELECTION
necessary to write up a wedding The forms should be Free Pap butterflies. i- ... 4jay.
obtained and filled out prior to the wedding. They should be Mrs.Leonard Moore cut the ..J Starke Bradford County Florida
returned to the Telegraph shortly after the wedding. Forms Test BeinOffered cake and Mrs. Joey Bakkenand I" ,
will be mailed out by the Telegraph if an address is supplied. Mrs. Mark Hardenbrook '' September ,
presided at the punch bowl. :
Since color pictures take several weeks to process after the Approximately 35 guests \ .;.r : Initials of Issuing -
wedding, arrangements should be made for the shared the occasion with the F-- Official
photographer to take a photograph of the couple using( black The mobile screening unit honoree e S"a
and white fIlm. which can be processed locally and much from the American Cancer N2

qUicker. Society will be giving/ free pap Jy'A*'JL1
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tests today and Friday for
Information for wedding writeups for any Thursday paperis women 18 years and older. Ti. ------- -----------
requested by' 5 p m. the preceding Monday. The tests will be given rJ..A"lI l Mr.and Mrs Jim Hall Shuford Signature of Elector

today, (Thursday Sept. 9)) in .
Lake Butler at Spires Store Miss Marsha "Belie' Mr. snurord: attended his
Your (.00' p era I ion .If ill lie Appreciated from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Fridaythe Mr. and Starke Mrs announcedthe David L. Delugach daughter of Mr. son as best man. Ushers were
unit will be located at the Hodges of and Mrs. Jay Goodman John Torode, Jr., Starke,
BRADFORD COUNTTELECHAI'H: Hampton Post Office from 10 birth of a daughter, Delugach of Memphis, Tenn. Thomas Szafranski 00 S3
a.m. to 12 p.m.and in Brookerat Margaret Michelle, born and Jim Hall Shuford son of Jacksonville and Hank
Phone 964.6305or Greens Store from 1 p.m. to Sunday, Sept 5, at 12:47: a.min Mr. and Mrs. John Sidney Weaver of Knoxville, Tenn. 2 OFFICIAL BALLOT )3
Society Editor 3 p.m Alachua General Hospitalin Shuford of Starke were unitedin Miss Judy Delugach
9647608 All women are urged to take Gainesville. marriage August 22 at 6 attended her sister as maid of 3 FIRST PRIMARY
advantage of the free service Maternal grandparent pm. in Temple Israel in honor. Attendants were Miss "
Mrs. Doris Miller Memphis with Rabbi James Debbie Shuford of Starke, 3- -
Margaret Michelle joins a A Wax performing the sister of the groom, Miss GENERAL ELECTION ;
sister, Karen Ann, aged 5. nuptials.The Roberta Reisberg of Miami,
altar was centered witha Miss Debbie Rubin of CD Starke, Bradford County, Florida
Mr. and Mrs Fred Richard floral canopy with tier spiral Chicago, 111 and Miss Jackie
we could sellyou this Wimpy announce the birth of a candelabra and arranepmpnN Levine of Atlanta. The maidof September 14,1976
son, William Daryn, born peach gladioli,ivory.garden honor and attendants were
August 8 in Macdenny. mums and baby's breath gowned alike in floor length, Initials of Is-
flanking the canopy. sleeveless dresses of
apricot suingOfficial
'f; 1 gLONE ,h e '. Gary. Beard, organist, and chiffon with flared ruffled N. .'. ..
MIl "" Mrs. Becky Ostrow, soloist, collar at the scooped V-
.... Green Acres 4.11 presented a program of neckline and self sashed waist
To Hold !Meeting nuptial music.Rotarians. with front bow. They carried
and Value The Green Acres 4.H Club
on Beauty alonebutwewon't. will hold its monthly meetingon

Tuesday, September 14, at Entertained By RegistersMembers
7:30 p.m. at the home of Mr.

... because and Mrs James Balkcom of the Starke spacious family room which
Rotary Club were entertainedat features a massive rock
DUPLICATE BRIDGE a fellowship supper last fireplace and chimney. OFFICIAL BALLOT
'- \W want CLUB RESULTS: Thursday evening by the club
president, Freeman Register The film depicted the FIRST PRIMARY
e- know Mrs. F. J. Shaw and Mrs. S. Ill and Mrs. Register at their l history of the Rotary organi
/ reF- 1. you W. Hamilton were the winning home on Hampton Lake zation from the time of its GENERAL ELECTION
couple at Duplicate Bridge A barbecued chicken supperwas founding by Paul Harris in
\\hatyouaregetting Tuesday night. Mrs. C. B. prepared on the outdoor Chicago during the early Starke
;, rx TenMllegar and Mrs. M. A. grill and served prior to the 1900's The Starke Club Bradford County, Florida

!!r Baldwin were second. There showing of a movie in the received its charter in 1937. September 14, 1976 .
t'x was a three way tie for third:
1 / .. Jeff Wrenshall and Ed Jr. Women's
+ Club
/ e Wainwright; Dr. and Mrs. Jan Searle To vote for a person whose name is printed on the ballot,

'' '" Jim Minesmger: and Mrs. R To Meet 13 mark a cross (X) in the square at the RIGHT of the name of the
,, cv ;r r I Ic A. Green and Mrs. J. D. Sept. person for whom you desire to vote
Odom. JeffreyMcRae
The Junior Woman's Club COMMISSIONERFOR

will have a Get-Acquainted To Wed Sept. 1 11 1 GROUP 1
program at their first fall
Anne McClure
+ the Patsy Dean's list Valdosta was on meeting Monday,Sept 13, at 8 For Two Years Vote For One
a Miss Jan Searle and Jeffrey
at the club houseLittleWomen.
State College for the p.m.
4 t I t summer McRae will be united in
t quarter.Mr. n
*1 marriage Saturday SEEBER GOODMAN _
4,9t September 11, at 7:30: in --- -
Imr pm
and Mrs. William J.

Spengler weekend of St guests Augustinewere of :Mr To Meet Sept. 13 Theressa Hope ,Baptist with a reception Church, WILBUR L. WATERS I :I

following in the Church
i and Mrs. VJ Spengler Mr COMMISSIONERFOR
and Mrs J L. Bettis of St. The Little Women's Club Educational Building
: 1. k Augustine joined the family on will meet Monday Sept 13, at GROUP 3
Sunday 8 p.m. at the home of the All friends and relatives are For Two Years Vote For One
:..4.:4 president, Ann Allen. invited to attend.Retect .



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MATTRESS Changing length of terms of office from Two Years to Four
Years of City Clerk Chief of Police City Commissioners*.
I tic'uii' Carat/ Squari Ml nil t1I1-
i a Fin 0 .f.*c iyrnt. | ml. Beginning October 1977. .
unit hand iii
2 N.R Mialalar |10 10 pup tntt w 3 prams,. I men,turn 'miitr cutklM' I I 10 gwg*c.rtir pfrt Mill, VOTE FOR EACH OFFICE SEPARATE .;
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5 On Hall me* hnurf viilt, .*| .I... |U FlM the KIM"ll"Mill Your City Councilman Group 5 1- CITY CLERK .

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FOR A Four Year Term I ,
7)J. A Man Of Proven I
dealer Ability. .
Make a visit to your MAIONE' now/
AGAINST A Four Year Term
". or: Who I I I.
Its A Fact You Can Do Better At Insists On Honesty In City'Government. .


; EPIpAAR He Stands For Better Administrative Practices FOR
; r ;'- A Four Year Term D

Keep Schaefer AGAINST A Four Year Term- I I-I-I

Working For Starke 3- CITY COMMISSIONERS 4 to,

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i a __ Gt" Brian t>_. .f .Ma.._it._land__ ,
;Exchange vows 27I Ten couples of the guest
Aug. weekend of Mr.and
r Mr. and Mrs. Tom Jackson was
Strawberry Swingers, Daniel and David Cowen of
and Mrs. Ogden Batesof
Mr.and Mrs. Mike Goldwireand Mr. Mrs. Curtis Edwards.Mr. .
and ,
Billy Greg were
Starke's dance Lake
new square City were Sunday guestsof Jacksonville weekend
I I daughters of West Palm
club,attended the 20th annual canoeing on Black Creek Bruce Jackson.
I Knothead Konvention for four River on Sunday.Mr. Beach spent Saturday to guests of Mr.and Mrs. Robbie and Mrs. Albert Lee
Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Shaller. Crosby returned Sunday after
days last weekend at the Curtis Edwards was in
and Mrs. Rick Jackson Gilbert Goldwire. nine days visit with their son-
Curtis Hixon Convention Jackson, Miss last
Curtis Edwards visitedMs.
Mrs. in-law and Mr. and
Center in Tampa along with have moved to St. Augustine Wednesday and Thursday daughter
on Ruth Rich in
some 2,000 other where they have entered the Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy business.Mr. Mrs.David Burnsed and baby
square Thrasher of Montgomery, Ala. last in Atlanta and also
dancers. Local couples who fall term at Flagler College. Sylvania Ga. daughter
the Wednesday to Saturday. in the Blue
spent long weekend with were vacationing
danced Friday night through and Mrs. WE.Wilcox of
Sunday included Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Larry Crawford, the Mrs. E.W. Hayes at Kingsley Fort Lauderdale were Ridge Parkway.A .

S. G, Denmark, Gib Brown former Kathy Brown, and Lake. weekend guests of E.L. .................-.....- ............_..... _......- ad
and Jewel Crawford, Gerrl baby daughter of Atlanta are Matthews and family at
and Jim Lewis, presidents of spending several days with Mr. and Mrs. George Kingsley Lake.
b'+yr the local club; Jim and Mr. and Mrs. George Huggins.Mr. Huggins, Mr. and Mrs. Billy Powder PUFF '
Sandra Duncan, Larry and Huggins and sons and Mr.and Mr. and Mrs. C.M. Patrick
Carol Bruner,Jerry and Dina .and Mrs. Marc Jackson Mrs. Dewayne McRae and and daughter, Cindy of West ;
Petrella, Melvin and Barbara and daughters spent the family spent the weekend with Florida and Mr. and Mrs. Auto Mechanic Course \ ,
Prevatt,Hank and Mary Anne weekend with her parents, Mrs. H.L. Rockwood at W.A.Weldon of Bushnell were
ll I Kyle,E. W. and Lucy Hodges, Mr. and Mrs. HE. Smith in Jacksonville Beach. weekend guests of Mrs. J I
and Bob and Mary Agnes Williston. Gladys Weldon. Will Be Offered Beginning Sept. 20,
tiI Ferguson.
TilE BRADFORD 1976 On Mon & Wed. Nights From '
Local admittances
v to COUNTY Bradford Plumbing
Bradford this TELEGRAPH J'
County Hospital
I? week include: Louis Crews, Published every Thursdayat 7:00: To 10:00:
'" Mrs. Mavis Goodge Mrs. 138 W Call Street Contracting & Service Work .
Florida 32091
Jessie Fowler, Mrs. Mamie This Course Is Aimed At Those '
Parrish, Mack Jones, Kaye Second Class 964-8708
Anderson, Mrs. Laurenza postage paidat
4 Levesque, Mrs. Mary Cooper, Starke FloridaSubscription Home 782-3563 \
Sanford Hicks, Mrs. Ruby

Faircloth Strickland of Starke and Jesse Miss In trade area: 'Rates 6.00 per: No Job To Small If Interested Call The Vo-Tech CenterAt
year: $3.30 six months
-4t Janet Duncan and Lacy 105 E. Madison, Starke 964-6150 Or 964-8661 .
1 Thornton of Lawtey and Outside trade
area $7.00peryeart
Pervin Manning of Keystone ; $4.00 six months 4 T Paid 8/26 9/16



A Labor Saving w1 I i

Mr.and Mr*.Shad Starting

Miss Brenda Sue Carter The bride, given in
daughter of Richard Carter marriage by her father, was ft f
and Esther Carter, and Shad attired in a white, floor length FREE DELIVERY t
Edwin Starling,son of Mr. and chiffon gown over taffeta AND SERVICE 43O60V9O
Mrs. R. Edwin Starling, all of featuring a high ruffled
Lawtey, were united in neckline edged with lace and A
marriage Friday, August 27, long chiffon and lace sleeves. Days .
at 8 p.m. in the Grace United The gown was appliqued in the
Methodist Church, Lawtey, front with seed pearls. Her Same As Cash 0
with Rev. Don Denton pearlized crown secured her
performing the nuptials. three layered veil of illusion. CLI
She carried nosegay of white Or Take Up To 24 Mo. To Pay

Miss Charlotte Whitehead, and blue mums with blue and
pianist, and Mrs. Vernon white satin streamers.A .
Reddish, soloist, presented a .
program! of nuptial music. reception was held in the NOW ONLY $12 Per Month s=s=*-
church recreation hall which
.Highlighting the altar were was decorated with
two baskets of white and blue arrangements of blue and thecooking.JViqgicChef. Whirlpoolr
mums and gladioli, against a white gladioli, mums and PRICE

candelabra background with of white arched tapers baby's Miss breath.Teressa Gaskins kept LOWEST all we can afford is quali .. :

''arid ferns. The altar rail was the bride's book.
also draped with greenery. The round cake table was 11 CUBIC FT. NO-FROST I
covered with a white does I the cleaning.; for any GENERAL ELECTRIC
Brad Starling attended his crocheted cloth and centeredwith
brother as best man. Ushers a three tiered wedding
were Damy Shuford, <<:cousin cake topped with a bride and
of the bride, and Nicky groom. Miss Karen Jackson Conti uousHEAVYDUTY
Starling the groom's nephew. cut the cake.
The punch table was cleaning .w, wa
Miss Donna Carter served covered with a white linen t' "! Special, jver coal 19{om. -- ..
with lace and JI- .. bores. with, over heat + WASHER .
her sister as maid of honor. cloth edged _.. c _
Misses Sheri Shuford and centered with a crystal punch ."mss ==> clean "whenever you cook i
bowl and assisting in servingwere ) Spalterstado.lwayyradually No Fr09f ; Super Sforage { '
Gayle Shuford, cousins of the ,
,, I 'luring ban ngand( )' Casting Il Freezer j Doors
bride, were attendants. They Misses Karen Crawford, ," A_ .. _. Oven lends wt>t ,tit Become
were gowned identically in Karen Lunn and Cheryl t-- ,Dally duty be,ause d: 1
blue chiffon over taffeta, floor Robinson. fll conTinuaHv" Dei"10 Cleaned N0W
length gowns featuring a wide Following a wedding trip to ::...A.. o* ... ', g Nl.Y = _
ruffle collar and a ruffle down Daytona Beach the couple are 30" Down : t Bullf In tE9sNest
the side of the gown to the residing in Lawtey. a\\\1 And t % d11 No Frost end 1
hemline. The maid of honor The bride and groom are I I t Reingeraror Buser
carried single blue mum and both graduates of Bradford / $16"1 Per Mo. ', Compartment i '
the attendants carried single High School. She graduated in Y tea de i l '
white mums. 1976 and he graduated in 1973. ''f\Ilgic\ w
The bride is employed in the { CI1cI. Power Saving
Stacey Shuford was (lower girl Bradford County TaxCollector's Healer Swrfch Conrro/
o '
Office. ,
and Mark Shuford was ring ale
The 'is employed with w U I.
cousins of the groom ?
bearer. are > Ili
Starling Plastering Co. Poo.nve I rel.nguge
Doyle .
bode. of Lawtey. IiIiFREEJJ III I .Pear nervy EIeCt Ptlapddy.I o uya GE iy tea Metor 0 z
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Energetic Every 1976 Gas Range STOCKAT -- -- $ 3

Responsible BOTH ONLY w/Trade

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City Councilman Group 1 -

Citizens Off Starke Do You -- -- I UPRIGHT FREEZER
"OS'"E'-' ' TRADE
Want A Change ? If So, A I .StorM toAbout 360cut. .Adjut'lbl'.gla...h.'lvat NOW ONLY
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Vote For New YoungLeadership I I THESE .Pow..duc.near anal,switch ol.,operation can h..'ipr NOW 2 8 9

Convertible rent eondt

LOW LOW .HonorAdiuitabi I. Port Btft door SIZES ROW IIOh.
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I've Tried To See everyone Possible In PRICES. STOCK IT SUMMER I

Person. But That Has Been ImpossibleIf v."J: Free Delivery CLOSE OUT MICES

I've Missed You, Please Feel Free To [ALL SIZES AND COLORS IN STOCK and Installations AVE DOR'T WAIT RUT NOW AND SAVE

Call On Me Anytime.

Your Vote And Support SAWYER SLADE

On Sept. 14th Will Be

332 W. Madison "

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Imogene Kelley and Jimmy Wilkinson Wainwright Honored By Correctional Association iIt I

Repeat Vows 20 At Northside - -
Aug. BaptistThe The American Correctional also gave credit to the Florida Department of '
Association, with a Li-f 4T employees throughout the Offender Rehabilitation. (Jl.Fiir 1 : : : a.K$ i

Northside Baptist membership of almost 10,000 .

Church was the setting for the members, recently presentedLouie 3 Accidents Absorbing Biography
marriage of Imogene Tina L. Wainwright, City Reports
# Kelley daughter of Mr. and Secretary of the Florida Of Great WomanHer

Mrs. Morris C. Kelley. to Department of Offender Over WeekendThree training came mostly
Jimmy J. Wilkinson son of Rehabilitation, with its from her experience as a nurse
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest D. highest award, the Edward E. estimated at$100 to the Paterson in the Australian bush. And,
Wilkinson all of Lawtey r Cass Award, at its annual minor traffic mishaps auto and $50 to Mrs. despite the fact that her scientific
meeting in Colorado. were investigated by itEiiinjs of training was less than
Rev. James Cowart 4 With over 2,700 registered the Starke Police Departmentover McConaghy's In the automobile third accident formal, she developed a regimen ;

performed the nuptials r', attendees from throughout the the Labor Day weekend,but investigation by the local police of physical therapy that
August 20 at 7'30 altar. ., United States, Canada, and ,at no Injuries were reported in the department over the Labor Day eased the pain and restored to
Centering the was a I" the Virgin Islands, Louie L. three separate accidents, which weekend. Anal W. Griffis, of use the muscles of many
golden arch with baskets of Wainwright was one of three an occured last Friday.Sept. 3, as backed across Call Street victims of polio.
unite gladioli and red and selected for this award. the long Labor Day weekend Starke into the path of Lawety residentIrie
unite carnations with baby's The Edward R. Cass began Ford
,, John Hamlton's 1974
breath at each end of the arch. Jt. Correctional Achievement A BrooksvOle, Florida woman
Two heart shaped ? r4 4f "'" Award is presented to those was charged with careless driving around 630: p.m Friday. Griffis'but
rf 1972 Ford was not damaged
candelabras with burning I- who make significant i ki the wake of a two-pickup truck
'- I: estimated $40 danfege was /
in the : accident shortly after noon last ;
tapers were 4ra 1f contributions to the field of
done to the Hanilton vehicle.
background.Mrs. corrections and to ACA over a Friday. Investigating officer,
Starke Police Chief JimmyBowen h
e e--- long extended period of time. year later, remaining in that Patrolman P. L. Williams made
called in Bradford CountySherriffs
Glen Mattox organist, J Although Wainwright is the capacity until April 1957. the charge against Mrs. Margie C.
'I i and Mrs. Joann Thompsonand '.::-- Crawford of Brooksville following Department personnelto : .rzL,
to he .
'! youngest person ever In April of 1957 was investigate an accident -.. _
Alvarez, soloists the two truck at the
Jimmy mishap
receive the award it was felt uaiuuerrea to the then newly Her wasSister Kenny
Monday at the intersection of name
.I presented a program of 'f" he had earned the award as established Avon Park intersection of SR-100 and for before today's
\ South Walnut and Call Streets and years
Walnut which resulted in
nuptial music. Street
w. stipulated by past ACA Correctional Institution and .
inside the city ]limits involving a polio vaccines drastically reduced
Harry Eddy attended as an estimated total damage to the
President Roberts who
Wright assistant
a promoted to city vehicle and an automobile the incidence of polio,her
best The ushers
man. were two trucks at $300.
noted that Secretary In June of of those
superintendent. the hope
/ driven by Preston Lee Williams therapy was
Tim Kelley. brother of the Mrs. Crawford who had
Wainwright is one of the few 1957 he was appointed afflicted with paralyzing polio.
of Rt. 3, Starke. Bowen who
bride. David Baldree. Richard i
stopped for the light at the
who has worked his
recipients superintendent of the Avon Many of her patients were
the moments
4 arrived on scene
Len Luther and Lauren
Sapp. way through the ranks.Wamwright's Park facility. In 1962 he was intersection, was attempting to after the mshap explained that it returned to useful functional
Thomas. make a right hand turn onto SR-
distinguishedcareer appointed Director of the was his policy not to allow city .
100 when her 1970 GMC pickup lives.Sister
in corrections began 'Department of Corrections.In Kenny's persistent
Mrs. Teresa Morgan was when he joined the Police 1975 the Division of truck collided with a 1976 Ford police: to investigate accidents fight for acceptance of her new
of honor and :Miss involving aty vehicles.
matron I of the City of pickup driven by Eddie T. treatment is told in a recentlypublished
Department Corrections and the field staff the
maid of Deputy D. A. Denton
Tammy Kelley was Jackson, of Starke. Both trucks
Gainesville Florida in July of of' the Florida Parole and Bradford Sheriff'sDepartment book "Sister Kenny:
bride. County
of the
honor sisters 1947. He left that agency to Probation Commission were were traveling north on Walnut The Woman Who ChallengedThe
They wore old fashioned / Street at the time of the accident.: investigated the "
Doctors written
employment with the be by
tiered dresses with lace accept joined into one agency to Patrolman Williams estimated Monday mshap in which there
science writer
Florida State Prison in award-winning
known the of
as Department
between each made of were no injuries and said
tier to the Crawford vehicleat
damage It is the first
Victor Cohn.
Raiford in July of 1952, as Offender Rehabilitation. complete
-e Williams would be charged with
red and white dot chalet and
c f identification utticer, ana $100 reported$200 damage biography of this coura-
material lined with red Y running a red light.
slipper to the Jackson truck.
< and controversial figure
rose to the rank of Captain a Wainwright who has survived an genus
satin. They wore white hats inmate's bullet five state Richard A. Bennett, of the Williams explained to police a pioneer feminist.
with white bands and Who la Served? administrations, and three Starke Police Department, officers at the scene that his late Dr. Jonas Salk, developer of
streamers of the dress his reported as estimated $150 model Chevrolet sedan had the Salk polio vaccine,calls: her
acts during 24-
material and carried .. The unfortunate fact is that reorganization selectedby damage to two autos involved in a developed brake trouble, and he biography "a fascinating .storyof
of white and red Wilkinson restrictions the year prison career, was was unable to stop for the traffic "
nosegays Mr. and Mrs.Jimmy cargo serve the Governor to be the first parking lot mishap around 3 p.m. indomitable courage. Barbara
carnations uith red. white and trucking industry by creating a for this new I last Friday in front of the Mary light at the intersection. His Seaman a leader in the
Hodges were flower girls and A reception was held in the secretary automobile crossed the
blue streamers. need for more trucking activity, of Offender Carter Paint Store.A new feminist health move
Chris Durban was ring- church hall. Department
reception of
intersection into the path a city
Maxvnlle Mrs. Addie "Sister
and the consumer by dramatically woman, ment, says Kenny wasa
bearer The bride's table was Rehabilitation.In .
Attendants were Susie The bride given in covered with a white hand increasing costs. By limit. accepting the Edward R. A. McConaghy:: was backing her pickup supervisor truck S. R driven Hicks.: by street pioneer in woman's" battle for
1960 Ford sedan out of the independence.
Hillard. Vicky Sapp. Sherry marriage by her father wore crocheted cloth, made by Mrs. ing what one carrier may carry Cass award Wainwright said parking lot when she struck Damage to the Williams vehiclewas This. remarkable well-
e and Sweat and Elizabeth Andrew a full length satin gown with Marvin Rosier, over white and back to his point of origin, the he felt humble and Starke resident Frank L.Paterson's : relatively minor, but the city written biography of a great
t two
usherettes Peggy layers of chantilly lace that centered with a four tiered ICC also increased the demandfor appreciative to his friends and unoccupied 1972 truck, a 1973 Chevrolet, requiredthe woman makes fascinating
Willis and Cheri
attendants were Shuford. The extended into a train. The wedding cake decorated with truck drivers. It is estimated associates throughout the Oldsmotxle sedan Damage was services of a wrecker crew to reading and will appeal to it
gowned gown had an oval neckline red roses with flowing blue that truckers United States and Canada. He remove if from the sane large audience.
identical to the honor with long fitted sleeves with fountain and topped with a regulated
attendants The usherettes small ruffle at the wrists with bride and groom. Mrs. George today travel empty an estimated
were also gowned identically' small rhinestones scattered Kelly and Mrs. Sid Starlingcut 30 per cent of their miles,

except in blue They pinned throughout the lace of the the cake. triple the percentage for unregulated ;
small flags on each guest as dress She wore a crystal At each end of the bride's carriers.: IrI TG- Y

attendants they entered carried the church nosegaysof The grandmother necklace given Her to her pearl by and her table bowls. were crystal punch -Rep. Philip M. Crane :

white carnations uith red. rhinestone headprece securedher Vickey Nicula kept the (R.-lll.)

white and him loops The waist length veil of bride's book. Assisting in When love and skill work FABRIC SHOPS
usherettes flowers \\ ere illusion She carried a nosegay serving were Mrs. Octavian together, expect a master
candles in globe cirrled with of f white and red carnations :Nicula: Mrs. Sarah Andrewsand
;,; white carnations with baby breath and white Mrs. Leon Starling. piece.John Ruskin
Sherrlattox: and Diana streamers


SEPTEMBER 14, 1976

:Mrs Ray Billings of Mrs. Maxie Carter ,,Sr.
Palatka was weekend guest of visited Mrs. Tom Nail"In St. Signature of Elector
:Mr and :Mrs J.H DuPre Vincent's Hospital on Sundayand
Initials of If
:Mrs Billie Hall Orlando !!
of also attended her great s
joined the family on :MondayB grand daughter. Danielle suing Office

Starling's birthday party at No.
F Williams and G.W the home of Mr and Mrs.
Williams of Currie. :N: C. \\ere Edward Starling in
weekend guests of :Mr and Jacksonville. [Stub No.Jl 1
:Mrs :Mack Williams

:Mr and Mrs Robert A ::3 REGULAR ELECTION = so
Wiggins have moved to
Virginia Beach. Va. ....... HAMPTON BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDAMier .

Miss Peggy Shuler of "Hot [. ;in*>N" t SEPTEMBER 1., 1976 '-'-

Br>'son City. :NC: spent lastueek CD CDInitials
with Heand Mrs b> Becky Glebeig
Alton Dobbs in Jacksonvilleand Your County Extension
with l Hew and Mrs Jam's Home OfIomlcsgl.'nt: of Issuing !!I-

Starling( in Starke. OfficeNo. r
\ :\\LE: IIOMEMKER: ?"

:Mrs Roy Lee Morgan ofnrunswlck. V hat's a home without a -
Ga. spent the long man" -
weekend with her sister. Mrs Certainly a male plays avery .............
BC. Holtzendorf. Sr. role in makinga w.w''" 10 ,
important [Stub No. 21] -- ," "
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home for his family. :Many .. ..
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:Mr and :Mrs W :N: Barr.v. times however men get the I \ .II IM 4.,*M |
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Sr. of :Newbcrry: spent the idea that an Extension Home \' >'"".......<.....'/
weekend ith Mrs A.J. Barry Economics Agent works only CITY ELECTION ':-...'
and family and celebratedMrs with women Little do they
: W.'I:: Barry's birthday know that every subject of =
home economics either HAMPTON BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA -

:Mr and Mrs. Carl Hurst and directly or indirectly involves SEPTEMBER 14, 1976 t1. IONOplr Mims01. r1110r

family had as weekend guests a man This is the thought I :. :,';'. :...:.:,':.:"?,MN.N.".::M:
:Mr and Mrs James left with the Starke Civitan .. .. .. .
Hurst '
.::: .:. :, ,.:. ,
::. :
and children and Misses members at their morning Make a Mark (X) opposite the name of the Candidate of .... .... .. ". ...". ....,". ....".......

Belinda DuBose and ;Nancy; breakfast meeting. If you are your choice ;... ...;...:. .:.:. .:.. ,.:..,.:.:.,.:,;.......,;:. :. I
Henderson of Frostproof. :Mr male it's time you practice -==== .,. .. ". ... ., .. .. "
and :Mrs Robert Hurst of "mens-lib" b>' using the free .
Charleston. S C and :Mr and services available at your FOR COUNCILMAN t iii;,;;;&..

:Mrs Fred Snell and family of l'ountExtension Home .Vote For Two Only Term Two Year
St AugustineMr Economics office These are

some questions men have
: andIrs: Mark ,recently' askedIJI'ESTION JOHN X. ALLEN

Hamilton and children of 100% Polyester Crepe StitchDOUBLE
Tampa spent the weekend : Who can help TED CURTIS SR.

with her parents :Mr and families work out a simple KNITepe
Mrs S W Hamilton sensible budget and what are ROY ROARK
the charges for this service1 DOUBLE
:Mrs L.D Vining spent :Mr J E.T i OLIE SHEPPARD polyester double
Monday to \\ednesda of last \'S\\ En: : The Cooperative kn' i variety of
week with Mr and Mrs .* C Extension Service will be .u a colors $ 9 7

Vining in Palatka. with happy families to work to confidentially show them PROPOSED AMENDMENTS TO THE CITY CHARTERMark KNIT u i8/60 tiactone, wide washable and 1 YARD

Mr and Mrs W.H Miner of how to set up a sensible.
( a cross (XI) in the square at the right
Akron. Ohio simple budget Our servicesare
spent Tuesday to
For the Amendment
or Against Amendment).
:Monday u ith her brother in completely free of charge. "Woodstock" Brushed
law and sister. Mr and :Mrs
:Merntt Williams. They all (JIKSTIOV: Why do light- NO. 1 Versatile and ever.popular polyester DENIM
attended the funeral of Mrs bulbs burn out so rapidly these double knit >in an array ot shades and PLAIDS

:Miner's and :Mrs Williams' da>s" 'Mr: T i Amend the City Charter to elect the City Clerk to a term of patterns washable 59/60"Great tor wide slacks and machine racists! tare ,

brother. Games R Rogers.( Sr .\NSV\hH : If the light bulbsat two years just as the Mayor and Councilmen are electedfor skirts and much more'' variety :otton if, shades n a
house burn faster $
Gainesville last out
in Thursdav your
If the 4i w de
than you think they should two years. approved Amendment would apply to Macr
it wash YARD
Among those attending the before vou blame the manufacturer the City Clerk elected September 14, 1976. m

wedding of Chnss> Dittmar to check them out.
Kent Walker in Jacksonville Excessive wattage shortensthe $
Saturday night were :Mrs Lex life of bulbs. If you are FOR THE AMENDMENT 9 7 "Poly-KInt" Chambray

Green. :Mr and Mrs Curtis using 120 watt bulbs try some
Sanders Mr and :Mrs Mark rated for 125 watts or even 130 AGAINST THE AMENDMENTNO. SHIRTING
Hamilton. Mr and Mrs Ken watts YARD
Snover and :Mr and :Mrs :N: B Excessive: heat in a fixture 50
Rosier affects bulb life Some poorly polyester' 50 cotton
2 tin easy care $159
designed fixtures do not allow Preshrunk 44.45
Louise :Newman: attended a heat to dissipate. Bulbs of a wide Blue anti
three day Legislative higher wattage than the fix- The Charter will be amended to read that the day after the

Conference ongmg ture is designed to use. will election a special meeting will be held. All present officeholders

sponsored by CL'BB at the produce too much heat and those elected the night before will attend. The

Princess Martha Hotel in St Excessive vibration reducesthe sole purpose of the meeting will be to Install the newly r
Petersburg August 20 22. life of a bulb Poor electrical
I While in St. Petersburg area connections cause quickerbulb elected office holders. There will be no pay for this meet-

she also visited a cousin burn-out Screw bulbs Ing. The amendment would become effective Immediately.FOR ELcLwELa; J ffi 0 LLUL iJ J m

Lucille Amberson Chad ick firmly into the socket but do

and family :Mrs Chadwickwill not force. "Long life" bulbs THE AMENDMENT
be remembered as the are recommended for hard-to-

niece of the late Lester Kite reach places where the AGAINST THE AMENDMENT 301 S. Starke Flo'n I
father of Louise :Newman.'; amount of light is not critical. Shopping Center ,

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September 9,1976 TELHCBAHI |>a e5

Needed, Parrish

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Tells Chamber

The hardest part of my job is state funds are allocated througharea
getting adult volunteers to wdxlcwith lard grant colleges (the
local youth*Lowell Fairish, University of Florida School of
tri-county 4-H coordinator, told Agriculture) and local funds are ttD :
the board of governors of the provided by the Board of County family centers
Bradford County Chamber of Commssioners.
Commerce, during its regular Parrish said that occasionally 4- I ,IQpOQQpO
monthly meeting, held last II members rmy solicit funds
Thursday at the Garden from local l organizations for the
Restaurant. sponsorship of various spedal .
Parrish, who coordinates 4-H events. However, he stated such QOCJQa BANNAMEAICAA4 c
activities for Bradford, Union and funds would not be used for '

Baker volunteers Counties is,said a finding continuing adult recreational Prior: to Parrish's activities.presentation, U. S. 301 S. SHOPPING CENTER Sf ar k e. FI a. 'j

problem/ and asked for the board members decided to invite t
boards assistance in identifying school 1 board business manager
potential 4-H leaders for the local fcildie Douglas to address ameeting
area He said the desirable ratio in the near future, for "
between adult leaders and young the purpose of explaining why
members is about eight to one. students involved in variouscampus HUSH 111' 'BABY KENNER'!
Some 250 Bradford County organizations andpublication \
youth are currently activerreJTtoersinlocaldubsoowrding at local schools v '- I *
require contributions from local J. She fusses and squirms in her FAMILY
to Parrish, who said future businessmen, in light of recently cradle. You calm her by putting a ( d
growth is antidpated. lie noted published budget surpluses for pacifier in heravailable.mouth. Operates on TREE HOUSE
that a 4-H chapter formed in the the school system "C" cell batteries. Little hush black t
Bayless Highway area recently "Every time we turn around, baby :
already boast a membership r of 31 there's someone with their handout \ .
youths, ranging in age from 8 to ," local Chamber of Commerce
18. President Harold Davis said, in 9' ,
In addition to the Bayless aiding fellow board members to
Highway chapter, 4-H clubs consider requesting Douglas' 0'
currently chartered in Bradford presentation "rm being $lo0'edto Fascinating fairy tale fun for Q
County include those in Lawtcy, death," Davis said of the $ 8 8 preschoolers. Featuring the I'
Brooker and Hampton, Parrish solicitations, adding that he did 13: rTree Tots" $ 8 8 ....._ .
said, adding that an not understand why it was \ 1 J 3 j /
organizational meeting was to necessary for local businessmento I EACH
have been held earlier this week support student activities, 9 cr EACH d
for interested youth in the Starke when the school system shows .
area. large amounts of surplus funds A:rpl s = C I
Parrish presented a slide show "We don't want to put them on S
and told the Chamber of the spot just an explanation," ------------------------ SI WALKER DOLL J

CormnTce governors board that Davis said. -
411 activities m the local area The chanter board may be MARX ;
include: horse clinics a steer hearing requests from several FISHER PRICES l (little tilw')
slow and sale at the county fair, youth-onented dubs in the next PLAY FAMILY 1Lr i i
horse shows, veils to homes for few months, as they seek a BIG WHEEL walker doll Has'long hair; ,
suitable substitute for funds ? .
the elderly, participation in locall CHILDRENS ; styles. Assorted clothes.
parades, planning and already collected for the now I rI.. Great fun for that special The bright yellow walke
construction of an exhibit boothat abandoned calf scramble, HOSPITAL 1 J; a
the annual county fair, contests formerly sponsored by the $ 8 8 to a; i ; r little girl. rider egg for children 6 mo;
and awards programs;, cancer and conducted during 17 y to 2 years old.
demonstration exhbits and a the Bradford County Fair :
summer camp program Incidentally, those funds, now Fisher Price new ....e t'' t.
Funds for 4-)l activities are held in savings, total $2,438. I
federal, and Ken Platt, DuPont plant hospital. JjI: NUGGL'
provided by state ham EG
with i
suggested the board complete $799
(county governments, Parrish manager 32" WALKIN 8 '
explained lie said federal consider setting up Chamber rfConmerce balance, patients L11S .
funding comes through the U.S. sponsorship of local: : DOLL and equipment. II J L
U-partnx'nt 1 of Agriculture and south activities on a rotating I EACH t"
the Naboml 4-H Foundation. basis for the annual r; Assorted hair _, $
disbursement of such funds. '" and dress 1288r
r J,
styles. With

Zoning Variance Is Sought for ,: .. t rr' hair care set. wr

I .
Mobile Home On KingsleyUnder

k,: $128EA. & thunder road ;

The Clay County Board Ii date of August 17. bicycles
Adjustment, at its meeting on Beasley received a letter from ,- ru
September 16. will be Bed to Starling's attorney !Mack Flats, .i ; ....
grant a variance to .MirkalecStarling stating that his client would apply -f yr "56" I f.;
following a building to the Board of Adjustment; for a i .,)
permt mxup on Kingsley Lake. rehearing on the awli tD'l. I 20" MOTOCROSS DRAGSTER :)
Starling iippljed July 5 to the The Board of Adjustment will I
Clay County Zoning Board for meet at 7:30: p m,September 16 in .v BICYCLE
perm&sion to move a nubile the new Clay County courthouse.
home onto his property at
Kingsley! to replace one that had WIND-UP Black finish.
been "grandfathered( in" before Ih'i..trntion: Closet: : Single speed.
the lake was zoned single-famly'\ SPARKLING TANK Custom number I
residential Zoning regulations Sept. 18 For Wind up f fun I! plates.
provide that a non-conforming Tread runners
structure rend on its own DOLL COACH
nay like real *
just a 33t
original location if placed there General I KlcctionIlegistration tank'! t
prior to the effective date of ,
inning. hut cannot be replaced if books will BdlieroncJ \ } ..
moved from the property after close Saturday, Sept. 18, for ,
mice zoned the General Election, .. .
M. L Beasley, Clay County according to Supervisor of .:
dining director, said that a Elections:: Neva l Flynn.: With help, $618 Lei
ni-rrUT of hIS office staff issued An exception is made in the gracefully $ 9 9
the pcmit to Starting in error case of persons moving into moves like a j',
and that when the mistake WiNdISl'OlL'rt the county from out of state real :ballerina. M20S6 a
>d a stop order was who, according to Federallaw EACH I
ENSiicd and Starling was notified are permitted to register Tutu
l by> letter on July 28 not to through Saturday, Oct. 2, to slippers, roses
proceed with permanent vote for President and Vice G and stand
installation of the unit w Inch had President only.Bradford .
alraxK !been placed on the County's $ 59:?
property Despite these registered voter total has .
instructions. Starting proLvedcdwith passed the 7.000 mark for the GOOFY SKATEBOARD r
BtTrrwnent installation of the first time in the county'shistory
nn Isle home Beasloy l said. ITIGl.d! ,
At its meeting on August 5 the The General Election will beheld
Zoning Board conlirmrd the Tuesday, Nov-; 2. :: J
director's decision in issuing the ------------- "J
stop order, and Starling was That person proves his
notified to remove the nubile worth who can make us wantto
hompfromthe property within 15 listen when he is with us F------

ins and-Quoted think when In GritINDEPENDENCE he is gone. $-) arcahYale:.: i 22" clear finish wood $ 7 8 8 :

'"'..., 1 l'i' Urethane wheels. EACH

Authentic scaled version of $ 9 9 Simular Picture I I

lG &ys freewheeling 18 5 FOLDING I

Firm vinyl 1 top, 24X24" table 2 $ 2 ,88
chairs with blue plastic seats. All SET ,
pieces fold for easy storage. .

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Does your present position permit you lobe \f. -".,I--!,';.": .a' e.'\ ..: .Lzt:;: -
independent as wen as earn all thai you are : .. 5 .
capable of Will "it even promise you 'that' anthe a
'' ) future"1' THIS OPPORTUNITY DOES'' I
United Farm Agency .is now actively expanding 1 I
,in 'the' state ot Fla and wants real estate r /'T1f1 : Cfr .
licensees who choose a career that grants \
them ,independence and high ,income potential II
Those selected must nave shown the '
ability, to master past endeavors be recognized n.
tor their honesty and .integrity be willing. I
to work hard and give. their full commitment" .j RED WAGON I
NREV-232'! I
return UNITED offers an excellent training
program, unequalled national advertising, TABLE & CHAIR
nationwide. referral system signs 10"TR1KE I
Support "
office forms top marketing. techniques' anda SET 35X16X4 I

cesses high-speed sales leads computer from coast system to which coast' pro. Yellow finish tnke with red $ 8 8 24" round stationary vinyl top $1288 struction.Heavy steel Bright con t $1388pedals
[ with, 2 ""
It your search lor the ,independence ot being. and black saddle chairs.green stationary -" red. 8V wheels., I
your own boss is genuine, and you would seat. I
enjoy, selling farms town and country homes II I
and businesses. reply .in confidence to


Registered Real Estate' Broker
Richard. W Goddard District, Manager TYLAYAWAY '
Bon tea Eual"" Florida 32726 {

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September'. 197' TELEGRAPH Page

I Random Notes from the PastFrom Our

rea ers II,

the February, 1898 U.S. Deputy-Marshal, E.E. write
issues of The Florida Weekly A Johns, yesterday arrested L4-J
Advocate: .
Nathan Beasley, near Providence w.e.

for illicit distilling. u1]
Mr. I!.C. Surrency, presi Captain of the steamer plying an aid and burial society and
dent of The Hampton Fruit- between Waldo and Melrose, expect to do much in the There will be a meeting of

Growers Association, was a spent last Sunday with his future. the Fruit Growers'Association
pleasant caller at The Advocate parents in this city. next Saturday MR. WILLIAMS

office yesterday. Starke's new suburb Justice Geo. A. Gardiner morning at 11 o'clock. The ,
made a trip to Butler Wednes directors and all members are Dear Mr Editor: I
H.S. Grimes I h.; City, is settled UP' withprogressive J
lately day to replevin] the Coffin's requested to be present as the
colored I read with interest
accepted the position of They have people Mills .near Townsend's Still. meeting will be for the purpose great
recently organizededitorial of devising and that article by State Rep.
of ways Frank Williams and I'd like to ,
means avoiding the
increased enormous have you print an educated .;

) charges. express "con's" rebuttal. >

Here at "The Rock" they .;
The City Council met Tues- call me "The Super Jew," not '
day evening to consider and /
because of physical '
calculate the costs of my
Medicaid Rip- Off the electric powers, but because of my
light plant mental abilities. I have been
also to get information from a
engaged in a one-man war
reliable source in regard to ep'.
since I hit RMC but
ever ,
With the release of a Senate report program?Apparently the fault lies at all giving the city a complete system unfortunately it is a losing

last week the defrauding of the nation levels of government: Congress failed to someone of waterworks.of They wiDget to battle only because I get no

by Medicaid abuses achieved the enact the necessary controls to prevent estimate the cost experience of water help, I plan to write a book,

national prominence it deserved. fraud, and failed for years to monitor the works and will also fit up the Ready WarbleComplete "The Injustice of Justice," to '
and wake the to
try up people
electric light plant as it should \\
Senate the brutality of "the system.
investigators found that in be.
well before
Shake using and haircuts these members of the
with stiff white vests, pompadour are
New York City more than 600 "store- SAMPSON CITYThe Bradford High School male Glee Club as they appeared about 1915. Now, to answer Mr

front clinics," (some of them honest) debating club had a very front row ((1-r): Telfair Long, Hollls Knight Horace Wilson Blanchard Law (director), Williams. I suggest that he

were providing the only medical help to interesting meeting last Wed- Clifford Tatum, and DuBolse (first name unknown). first read an article that was

millions of poor people, while cheating nesday night; some very able Second row: Ralph Alvarez, John Powell Raiford Epperson, Wilbur Scott, Pitt Tomllnson, in the Jacksonville paper
speeches were made on both Carr Colley Levy (Bootaie) Alvarez, and Rufus Tatum. about a Mr. Lutz and why he
Medicaid out of more than $2 million.In / sides of the question. The subject quit UCI I have over 100 writsin

sAxa for next Wednesday will Federal Court and one is
spite of this loss in tax dollars. New ? .m / i be on the gold standard and about the promotion system of '. f

York health officials were more free silver question. Mr. W.H. officers. All that any man has

concerned about the plight of the unsuspecting Hilton and Mr. George Fogg County Agents ; By to do is submit simple letters

patients who appeared to be the championed opposite sides of stating why he feels qualifiedfor
t BobbyTaylor rank and if he is high in the
the question. Our club is I
main victims of the medical i.
rip-off. becoming more interesting at Notebook "brown nose" list he gets ,
meeting. ; promoted. And believe me, i
Investigation seemed to bear out what every there are some CO's here who

many low-income people have suspectedfor The Hoover Brothers, are more qualified I was

yearsthat there is widespreadfraud located photographers who have been The private pesticide insecticide like sevin. Of plants that can be sprayed or hoping that the attempt to geta
e here for several
and waste in the nation's tenyear.old e + 0 weeks for applicator training that Iwill course, the insecticide woulddo dusted, rates of application, union here would be
departed Cedar
Mousse f4EpC0. 0 i be conducting next week no good what-so-ever on the safety and application successful, but it has been
Medicaid program. The report says Key Saturday. needs a little more disease. precautions, storage, and temporarily blocked. This f

the abuse may amount to as much as 25 Carpenters are now at work clarification. This training is proper disposal of containers. promotion system is 4
to 50 per cent of the $15 billion spent renovating the establishmentof necessary only for farmers Until we can have some kind something that must be .

annually on the health program. J- ti ." E. Strong. The goods will be who purchase and use of educational program that Pesticides are just one partof changed or the DOR will I
moved into the store next to restricted pesticides in the would do the job for everyone our pest management continue to pass by their good

According to findings made public last the railroad. The groceriesand production of crops and-or using pesticides, my program. However, there are .
suggestion is to "Read the times when they are needed men.As
week, thousands of doctors and medical program; the executive branch failed to hardware on the right and lIVestock. and necessary to ensure to his statement about
recommend needed legislative changes the drug goods, etc. on the left. This is label" and follow the "rapists and murderers"
promoters across the nation have The training not production of our food supply
become wealthy while many of the poor did not police the program and did not office building will be next for to rent.the post Mr. necessary or required at this directions label has completely.a wealth The of Proper safe use of pesticideswill being sent to college this is

and indigent were getting bad or indifferent see to it that the state did so either. Strong will use the second gardeners.time for homeowners These folks will and information about pests the availability permit to their farmers continued and part rehabilitation of much-needed and society

medical care, and government Unfortunately, in the larger cities, warehouse.story of both buildings for a still be able to buy and use material will control crops or homeowners alike.FORESTRY must realize that crime is a .
in New York In the future a some pesticides their disease, and just as they havean l
revenues, especially City, on
Medicaid mills have increased as more nice brick sidewalk will be obligation to other J!!
gardens, lawns and support
were being drained.To and refuse do front of the establishment
more private physicians to ornamentals. sick elements they must also

conduct their investigation. Sen. business with the indigent. At the mills, I mentioned In an earlier by Chuck Weber attempt to return men back to

Frank Moss, chairman of the Committeeon the low-income or no-income patientsare Col. C.L. Peek, land agent article that Congress passedthe County Forester society as productive and
for the A.S.R. & G. Railroad IN BRADFORD COUNTY meaningful citizens.
attended of Federal Environmental
Aging, and his committee aides posedas generally by physicians returned to the this Ii
with city morn Pesticide Control Act I would like for and this
Medicaid foreign origin questionable you
indigent patients. They ing from a trip in the country.
(FEPCA) that completely to
man visit me at The Rock
tials who have affiliation
found that the was being inade- no hospital or
money sometimes Lawyer Futch and Messrs. revised earlier legislation. Be Prepared for PlantingIf build up under the tarp. Also, and let me take you on a tour
quately administered thus proving a by young physicians waitingfor J.R. Davis and C.R. Ensey The new law specifically you plan to set out tree be sure there's no "hotspot"in this place. :Not-'; just a

temptation to doctors to establish quasi- residencies: at major hospitals, who have added electric lights to regulates use of registered seedlings this winter, now is the truck bed above the surface trip but a real look J.J.of

health clinics, known as "Medicaid mayor may not be skillful and their already attractive office. pesticide compounds and the time to be sure you have exhaust system. And don't' and then let him tell me of the '

mills," dispensing services that were dedicated. At their best, Medicaid mills requires classification of planned ahead. crush the seedlings by plushness. For months I've
Mr. A.G. Powell, The Advocate's pesticides into general and-or written to every department :
often substandard or entirely can provide a vital servicebut, at their local reporter, is some restricted use categories. -Site preparation should be packing the bundles too in Tallahassee to get the tax '

unnecessary. worst they are a grim and possibly a what of a composer as well as well along or finished. objects tightly on or them.setting heavy! breakdown per dollar on how .

dangerous experience fen, the! patient.In a splendid musician. Mr. Homeowners, gardeners !the DOR alloFates and spenl1i_
and the -Your order for
The investigators (all pronounced in Powell has composed several general public can buy seedlings Now back to the first item-a Its money",- bu ,,, J/ul/
excellent health by .Congressionaldoctors \ ,the final, analysis the program's songs his latest being a very and use pesticides in the should be of. placed with the proper holding area. There probably get the plans t6 t\'le!\ r.J
, genieral l category without Division Forestry or a *
i; ) collected "bushels of prescrip weakness! seems to rest on the failure of catchy little coon song entitled are three critical factors: H-Bomb easier. l1p"
kind of certification.
, permit or paper company nursery.A
"Oh, Miss Mandy, which he temperature, moisture and
tions" (with directions as to where they the Health Education, and Welfare has sent to the publishers Some! of the pesticides in time I definitely agree with his
were to be filledillegal in itself) and Department to recognize the problem; the general use category are* planting contractor or contention that we need
should be
to the individual state's failure to provide (From minutes of Bradford insecticides like malathion, lined equipment Temperature: Keep bundlesout alcohol and drug related
were "ping-ponged" neurologists County Teachers Association sevin, and diazinon; up for the planting job. of direct sunlight, so their programs, and we can force
administration for the
gynecologists internists, phychiatrists, adequate program ): Mr. T.B. Hartig moved fungicides like zineb maneb, -And arrangements shouldbe temperature never exceeds the issue if he and others will
podiatrists, dentists opthalmologists ; the apathetic manner in which the adoption of a resolution and copper; herbicides like 2- made to pick up the about 70 degrees Fahrenheit continue their attacks and

pediatricians, and all the rest. It was Congress has treated the program's fail-- recommending that the 4O; and nematocides like seedlings--either at the The cooler the better, down to inquiries and not give up.

found that some doctors collected as ings; and the temptation of some unscrupulous County Superintendent's sal- nemagon, vapam, and vorlex. nursery or at a delivery point. about 35-40 degrees. Even As far as rank that

much as $800,000 a year in Medicaid doctors to turn a fast buck. ary which be raised from $50 to and$75, Farmers, or commercialfood Your County Forester can planted frozen if seedlings they are thawed can out be doesn't exist here On 12.3.75 I

was adopted, producers who need and help with all of these steps. He completely beforehand Since was recommended for paroleto
payments. This is not to say that the program Messrs. L.C. Ray, Geo. F. use restricted pesticides like has lists of site preparationand bundles will spontaneously the V.A. for needed heart

Who is to blame for the lack of proper should be abolishedonly that it shouldbe Scott and Miss Ellen Davis parathion lannate, azodnn planting contractors build up heat, don't stack surgery My TED was 12.17.76
were appointed a committeeto
administration of the Medicaid cleaned upand quickly. to the School phosdrin, and several others also has seedling order blanks them-allow air to circulate and 1 had onlv one ...
Board.present same will need to be certified in the and an up-to-date list of which around them as much as disciplinary' report e'tlJn 1.8-

application and use of tree-species are still possible. 76. Mrs Annabelle Mitchell
There is a band of Gypsies pesticides to get a permit. available. wrote and advised me th.I I '.-.
No GuaranteeNo camped on the northern out. Moisture: The bundles "wasn't ready for parole" and '
I Experience skirts of the city. The party This certification requiresthat But one job must rest with should be watered every' 2 to 4! they would see me in May '76.

consists of about ten men and permit holders the landowner Most seedling days The water needs to Bv that time I had numerous
women. They have about 15 demonstrate knowledge in failures can be traced back to reach all parts of the root doctors and an attempted

less than the noted historian blesome 20's. President Harding servedsix head of horses. posts" to be controlled label poor seedling handling, masses and their hydro-mulch escape which goes to court
a person information, pesticide between the time
they are packing so they should be soon in Gainesville and had
Henry Steele Commager. takes years in Ohio politics, and anothersix Drs. Powell and Stewart application environmental listed at the nursery and the rolled over after watering caused by' reputation as a

issue with the shortsightedness of the in the U.S. Senate before being have been doing a rushing effects, safety and laws and time they are planted. And the bundle should be1 troublemaker. And now after

Republican high command in its decisionto picked as his party's standard bearer, business for the past few days regulations The Division of Forestry is lowered\iUI one end slightly all the time in 'lockup." they'

attack Governor Carter on groundsthat only to besmirch it later with scandal extracting pistol balls and The training I have constantly improving its to allow free ater to also took away enough "gam

in comparison with President Ford and disgrace. birds hot. scheduled next week is for handling methods. But once drain out. time" to push my TED to 3-10-'

the Georgian lacks experience in the Miss Ollie Weeks, a recent farmers who need the trees are delivered thelandowner's Time: Try not to pick up (or 77.24th but hospital I'mhopingthat admission this may my' .'
and affairs. Calvin Coolidge had eight years in convert to the Baptist Faith, certification for restricted responsibility have delivered) more trees
conduct of national foreign pesticide use. It will be a What do need to get some leniencyI
state politics and two as Vice President was baptized at Alligator starts. you than you can plant within a

Mr. Commager finds in this line of before becoming a mediocre President. Creek yesterday afternoon. minimum ,of eight hours and do? week But it seedlings must (Ix' I have been fighting the
will the
Rev F.T. Leitner officiating. cover areas kept for more than t weeks. corruption stealing and
attack the implication that, in these Herbert Hoover could also boast a mentioned earlier. When The first step is to have an
heel them into the ground in a abuse of the tax dollar since' I
gives assuranceof record of experience and achievementfar Wednesday night about 12 completed farmers will adequate holding area ready,
fields se
experience per and I'll talk about that shady place and check them came here and had an
competence and sound judgment, greater than Lincoln or Wilsonbut, o'clock the U.A. & F. depot at receive their permits from the of later. The second more thing is to often to see if the roots need interview on 12-9.75 with a

while inexperience, of itself, condemns a for all his experience intelligence, and Sampson City caught fire and Florida Department and ConsumerServices pick up the seedlings water. Bear in mind though. prison inspector in regard to
burned to the ground. As yet Agriculture
man to incompetence and confusion.Not integrity as President he was a dismal the origin of the fire is in Tallahassee immediately when they are that drowning will kill my' complaints monoAnd of flagrant
abuse of lax
failure.In ready at the nursery or the seedlings as surely as drying wax
unknown. The depot was Again and Don't t out. if not quite as fast back then ho assured me that t
andas simply put delivery dependon
Mr. Commager, point
valued about
so, says at $600. .
would take to correct
one of the nations most scholarly historians Mr. Commager's opinion, if experience homeowners of, gardeners and someone else where to bab> sit Tree planting costs money', some areas, hut steps to <1..11It still
users this is
-- he should know. He reminds us alone could guarantee Presidential Mayor A.L. von Kirn pesticides do gl'neral.use not need coordination them; with your good especially when site exists Try as. 1 tnaIIlt're I is
received letter from hiswife's
that Abraham Lincoln's political experience greatness, or even competence, Richard sister a certification and training! planting contractor comes inThirdassoonasyouget preparation is necessary no one who will come oo me
four in the Nixon and Gerald Ford should be Monday saying Only farmers who have been Don t waste your time effort so I can show them all the
was limited to years that their son Geo. Fauble, the and dollars bv' mistreating the md
of Illinois and counted the most successful and using restricted pesticideswill stealing job duplication
provincial legislature a among who was Chief Machinist on vital element health '
the bundles ) It
need the and seedlings open prove I am right. was only
single unsuccessful term in Congressyet .- greatest of American leaders. Mr. the ill-fated battleship Maine certification Call training or come bv, enough to get your hand to the seedlings. this week that they finally

he somehow managed to conduct not Nixon's long record in the political arenais was among the dead. His par- your County Agent's office center, and check the trees. look positive action on im
received letter from
only domestic, but foreign affairs as well known and Mr.\. Ford came to the ents a of the in Starke if "'ouhave They should be cool numerous complaints about
Secretary Long Navy SERVICE MEN
throughout, and the roots "free men" taking loads of
well, with a masterly hand, saved the vice presidency with a background of a Department stating that the questions or want more
should be well packed in food out of our diet kitl'hl'n.md ,
union, freed the slaves, and helped set quarter of a century of service in Con. body had been found but was information in.Incidentally.. about the training plenty of moist hydro-mulch ; this is against written

!standards for leadership not yet sur gress. So far, there is no evidence that mutilated in such a manner Then re-close the bundles :Norris SelectedFor nrdt'rs.lId all my,' efforts in

this experience has enabled him to provide that it was impossible to get I Iish there securely. If the trees aren't Tech Training the past with Mr Helms only

passed. the nation with that quality of lead all of the remains Mr. Faublo was a way thai all users of right, call your County SAN ANTONIO:'; Airman got a short terse reply.
Andrew Johnson believe was a steady young man and pesticides could IK- trained I Forester immediately; he Ross M Norris son (if :Mrs "Frankly Jacobs, I don't
His successor, ership he professes to Mr.\. Car- fatal
in state was on duty when the and that all pesticides would cm't help you if he doesn't see Joy A. Dow ling of Ht 1, believe )ou." But now that f
despite a record of ten years ter incapable of because of "inexperience. explosion occurred. lie properly and safely used. I the evidence. Starke, has been selected for turned to Mr \Vatnwright.andI

politics and 17 in national ended up as ." !have had some gardeners callor technical training at ChanutcAFB. I have letters to prove all this.

the only President to suffer the indignity Last Saturday afternoon an bring in plants that would Fourth-when you transportthe Ill, in the Air Force fire they took actIOn. -
of In his study of history Mr.\. Commager exciting horse race was run on have a particular pest bundles be sure that they protection filed.
finds no correlation between political the race track in East Starke. problem and had used a are shaded and protectedfrom Finally this man must
The horses running were pesticide ith heat and strong wind. The airman recentlycompleted understand that there is a
Taft richly experienced w no control. The
William Howard experience in the national and basic at
arena owned by Bud Crews and problem would be disease like Don't just throw a tarp over training large percentage: of returnt'l's.nnt ,
in national affairs, having Presidential greatness. Indeed, a cynic Nelse Matthews. Crews' horse leaCspot or anthracnose and the bundles in an open truck Lackland AFB. Tex., and because "they' can't make 1

served as a Federal judge first Governor might conclude that the relationship is in came out ahead by 45 feet they had applied an bed. as this will cause heat to studied the Air Force mission, it." hut because they are not

of the Philippines and four years as reverse: that the less experience in high organization received spraal and instruction customs and in prepared to make It. We need

Secretary of War. Thus he came to the governmental circles (Lincoln Theodore human relatIOns. more training and guid.mce: ,
and most of all an acceptanceby
White House with all the necessary credentials Roosevelt, and Woodrow Wilson! ) the ORID BRADFORD Airman Norris I is a 1976 society that once we have

of "experience" and yet, within greater the distinction; and the more 1879BOB graduate of Bradford High done our time w e ho allow od to

four years, he had failed both as party experience (Buchanan. Taft, Hoover rh itpl1 School. try to return and bo decent
AC11ytN c
leader and as President. He is Nixon, and Ford), the less distinction. s+tMSlt citizens

remembered most as the man who split yy ,- = .. ( i

his and made way for the return of Research leads Mr. Commager to con eregTlON O Surely hope you print some
party G FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER of this -- and better yet, comevisit
the Democrats to power.Turning clude that- the whole of life (experience) ; Publishers
is preparation for any great task, and in and let me really openthe
recent Mr. Published each Thursday and entered as second Clan Matter at the Poet Office at Stark eta under eyes of the Florul.itaxpayers.
to more years. choosing a President we should returnto .

Commager points out that the three those familiar criteria which gave us a Actof March 3. 1879 SubscripOutsi lion rate in trade area: $7p"year: $4 six months. I

t Presidents who steered the ship of statein Washington a Lincoln a Jefferson a de trade area: $8 per year: $4 50 six months. -Jack M Jacnbx M7Joi;

the 1920's were amply experienced in Wilson and two Roosevelts integrity... Phone 964 6305 Starke, Fla The oldest sport known to tin l Hospital

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Upstart Green Machine 5th In World TournamentStarke's '


Green Machine Eddie Douglas and third turned out to be GM's first The machine's morale was going 4-for-4 at the plate with being a super ball club," under an intense emotional game proved to be a boost for
climaxed a season of baseman Kenneth CIton.. opponent and, according to boosted by its performance in Four home runs and four runs Hatcher said. Jiffy Club is strain, Falcon lead off the Carlton's all-american statusas
tournament triumphs dotted Carlton lead the tournamentin Coach Harry Hatcher, "that that game when in the third batted in. Carlton went 3-for-4 considering professional play, eighth inning by putting GM he finished with four home
with occasional home runs at 13 and had an was a psychological setbackfor inning they scored 10 runs with three home runs and five which Is an indication of the one run on top by a home run. runs and 11 runs batted in.
disappointment with a fifth overall batting .655 us,"since the Machine had from 10 straight base hits. runs batted in. Hardee also types of clubs the Machine McGee followed his example, Marcus Rhoden and Symons
place finish in the World with 33 runs bated in. lost two of three games to "That was real Important batted 1.000 at 3-for-3. faced. hitting a two run homer, each had three hits for five
Amateur Softball Association Douglas hit seven home runs Jerry's in the Regional for us.. it proved to us that we GM's fourth game pitted The game was tied 8-8 after bringing the score to 14-11 In tries,and Douglas went 3-for-4
Tournament in Jacksonvillethis and finished with the four day tournament. could get the base hit if we had them against Jiffy Club of five innings: Jiffv scored on GM's favor. They held on to including one home run.
past weekend. tournament with a .667 GM was knocked into the to." Louisville, Ken., who placed a run in the sixth, and Carlton the lead by retiring Jiffy's GM had a good first inning
Competing with nationally average.GM loser's bracket early by "This was when people in the top five in the world last and Stevens put GM in the first three batters in the against BYM with Carlton
ranked teams the machine did placed second in the Jerry's dropping the game 11- started noticing us over therein year. CM won 14-11 with lead 10-9 when they both bottom of the eighth inning. plating three runs on a homer
well enough to place two Regional tournament three 30. "They had a good first Jacksonville," Hatcher Donald Falcon and Carlton knocked homers. The game Then came the game and Falcon knocking a two-
players on the All-American weeks ago, behind Jerry's inning, and we kept letting said. Carlton and Douglas both going 3-for-4 with two was sent into extra Innings bya against the BYM Club of run double. Second inning
tournament team-catcher Catering of Miami. That team them off the hook... they just both turned all-American home runs. tie score of 11-11 at the Pittsburgh that ended 22-4 in a action raised the Machine'slead
- started swinging the sticks," performances, with Douglas "Jiffy has a tradition of bottom of the seventh. Playing lopsided victory for GM. This to 10-0 with Carlton and
Hatcher said. Jerry's finally
IP/dfl. finished fifteenth, well behind (S. rage'I1e )
GM, but handed them the first

Famous Fall Annuals & of seven two game losses total.out of GM's Injuries Slowing BHS Gridders For Season OpenerFriday

Hatcher said things were -

Black Kow Vegetable not bracket easy because in the some loser's of the Plagued by injuries which night's pre-season states. Coach Mike Sexton carry the ball most of the up from the junior varsity,

Composted better teams had lost and may slow three starters, the jamboree. If the three-year has, as usual, been getting the time. The blocking back is Jeffery Norman.
PLANTS were making their way back 1976 edition of the Bradford veteran signal caller recovers kinks worked out of the also a string runner and a Coach Hurse hopes the
MANUREAll through. But GM had no High Fighting Tornado enough to be able to run by defense pretty well, Coach hard nosed ball player. Stop defense will hold up and give
Selection trouble with the Arizona gridders travel to Ocala Friday night the Tornado will Hurse says. the running of the bid fullback the Tornadoes favorable field
Big Tortillas in the second game, tomorrow night for an 8 p.m. stand a much better chance of The Tornado defense has and Vanguard will be position from which the
organicSterilized Special Sale beating them 2312. opening season game with victory, says Head Coach been working on its goal line stopped, reads the BHS. offense can operate. With the
Ocala Vanguard. the report. offense at less than full
"There was a certain David Hurse. defense, something scouting
Weed Free Tray / amount of pressure involved The injury occurred after coaches felt was not up to The Knight quarterback, 5- strength Hurse hopes to avoid
50 Lb. Bag $ 2 3 9 47CReg. because if either team lost Quarterback Jimmy Prevatt practiced kicking too snuff in the jamboree. 11 and 170, has deceptive having to try to move the
2" Of 6 they were out of the Prevatt is recuperating froman much last week and the Godwin's return will also speed and can hurt an football from deep inside the
tournament," Hatcher said injured right leg after last muscles in his right leg thigh strengthen the defense, Hurse opponent if he gets outside. Tornado end of the field.
tightened up under the strain says. The Tornadoes will also get The Tornado defense will
The offensive line has also to see a flanker back with have the job of stopping the
FOR GOOD Council Gets RecDept. BudgetThe of the jamboree. Prevatt did been showing improvementthis great speed and good hands. experienced Vanguard
RESULTS NEXt not practice until Wednesday. week, although there is Number 42 can be a real offense.
SPRING recreation department's Merrill Edwards cautioned. "No Running back Andrew still room for improvement, threat going deep, the BHS Starters defensively in the 5-
1977 budget was presented to the Carter has also been out of Hurse says, "with the tough scouting report states. 5 alignment of BHS will be
than last
:;;;;: = ,:i.x.=''iJ. ;==: Starke aty council l Tuesday year. action after getting hit on the grind we're facing." The offensive line of ends Jay Godwin and Keith
Fall Feeding With A Quality Fertilizer sIs September 7, along with warning Conrnissioner Marc Jackson knee in the jamboree. He is Coaches were particularly Vanguard is anchored by two Carter, tackles Marty Russell
Essential For Good Healthy Growth Of Lawn ( that no new money is available. asked if there were any figures on expected to be ready pleased with the big, strong 6-2 200-pound and Roland Cummings
Trees & ShrubsGROTONE "I I t':' out-of-dty participation in tomorrow night. performances of the offensive tackles. middleguard Kenneth Cruger,
; Mayor-Comnssoncr Charles recreation programs. Told by Veteran defensive Jay guards, Issac Cummings and Defensively, the Knight are linebackers Jimmy Clark and
PELLETS \, Schaefer said cormnssioners planto recreation director Randall Davis Godwin has been idled by a Waiscel Hines, in practice this expected to use a four man Lee Casey monster man
ejiters t. that he would pulled ham-string muscle. week. front with four linebackers. Charlie Revel, cornerbacksErie
work the provide him with
Special Florida Formula begin on budgetSeptember
9-7-7 $ 5 4 8 t 21 Recreation is the the figures, Jackson said, "It it Godwin got back to practicethis Vanguard has tabbed the Weights across the defensive Biggs and Franklin Bell,
Longlastmg second or third item on the (wt- -dty participation) s as week and is expected to be Tornadoes as one of the six front are 180, 200, 210 and 200. and safety Kenny Aycox.
50 Lb. Bag Reg. '5"GROTONE 1ffII/ budget he added, so the council high as I Hunk it is, this night ready Friday, although not at teams the Knights figure to Vanguard two platoons all the Offensively, the probable
full speed.To win this Coach Hurse Tornado starters will be tight
season way.
will probably consider the give us something to to the
WEED & FEED reaeabon budget request then. county commission with go to get win the opener and says with a smile. If Prevatt is healthy enough end Steve Earnest, split end
a 27.13 loss to is the Tornadoes Williams, tackles
more money from them, because I average Vanguard this season a Friday night Stanley
Balanced Plant Food Plus 2 8 lltEJhrtEJ) There's no extra money in the don't think the county's paying Vanguard last year on big, aggressive ball club with will try out their triple option Lawrence Budget and Bobby
Weed Killer Bag Covers $ 7 'r;;;\;;:;!; budget this year," aty clerk their fair share on this." Bradford Field the Tornadoesare an offense more experiencedthan Veer offense under actual Smith, guards Wiascel Hines
3500 So. Ft. Reg '/" .:iii... going to have to depend the defense. The Knight game conditions for the first and lasac Cummings, center
heavily on their defense this running attack is expected to time. The veteran Jeff Jockel, quarterback
1i Friday night Coach Hurse go inside about 90 percent of quarterback is expected to be Jimmy Prevatt, fullback
CAMELLIA AZALEA Sale Auction says. the time.A able to run the triple option Jimmy Clerk, running back
$ 7 8 "If the defense holds up, big 6-2, 200-pound offense. Prevatt's backup is Andrew Carter, and flanker
GARDENIA L.ep.b7' 6 J we'll be all right_ ,_" Hurse fullback.. _number__n_ u 85 u. willLJft1 an inexperienced_ sophomore_ Allan Norman.
R Location Mile North

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1954 1 Ton Chevrolet Truck Hvd. Wench High's first on- .
field test in the fall Football
A Deal On Wheels & Brake Has Boom Conversion Jamboree at Florida Field .
resulted in a win and a loss for
r Small Case Tractor 2 New Rear Tires the 1976 Tornadoes, with
Any Santa Fe's Class AA team .
.4. V-J. Runs Good falling prey to the Starke
'' 'w II' 6-3 in overtime. .. .
J yalm gridders ..
,; : 'r MOWERS 59 Station Wagon Bradford's other opponent,
.Q71. Eastside of Gainesville,
2 Horse Trailer Camper Sleeps 3 Like New proved to be too much last ?t "..
,. In Stock Friday night shutting out the
: Custom Built Utility Camper Medal Tornadoes 7-0 in the third :

f-:=- Construction quarter. The deciding play /4i1r \
came on the second play of the : t% .

Toro Hand Models Hahn Riders Portable Cattle Sprayer Many Other contest Nolan when Eastside Williams broke quarterback ..,. .

Asst. Items away for 59 yards before being .. ;tI" ..
hauled down at the Tornado 15 .. ,' .. .
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Rams eventually scored and :. .. '.' '
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GARDEN.CENTEI. WorkableBids held the lead for the rest of the .J. I.. ... ...... J, ;. .
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neither team could score in :;: .. -- -
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Crystal River & Palatka Lake City Starke Jacksonville 462-2750 regulation time. In overtime ;
LSt Auqustme Tallahassee Santa Fe scored first bootinga : _
I 22 yard field goal. Bradford
came back, pushing fullback Bradford defenders held up at the goal line for three downs I but gave up the touchdown I em a one I ,
Jimmy Clark over from the yard plunge by Ram quarterback Williams.
two yard line for the winning
Bradford was originally Jimmy Prevatt executed well reacted well to the pressuresof line. Defensive end Keith Carter
scheduled to play Santa Fe in before sustaining a slight leg the game and indicated that prevented Williams from
the second quarter and Buch- injury. He said Prevatt wouldbe certain blocking techniques scoring trailing him to the far
holz in the fourth, but Head ready for action against sbll remained for the gridders side of the field and dragging
Coach David Hurse said officials Vanguard tomorrow night in to master. him down from behind
informed him that the Ocala. After defeating Santa Fe, The Rams next play brought
LAND AUCTIONBuy Tornadoes were to play in the Defensive backfield Coach the Tornadoes had a short them six yards closer on a run
4V first and second quarters and Denny Hansen termed the break to ready for the contest over the right side, but a pen
would face Eastside instead of jamboree a "game situation against Eastside BHS kickedoff ally and defensive end Kenn)
a Buchholz. learning experience" and said to the Rams, who took two Rodrique's sacking of the
Coach Hurse said the Tornado the secondary would be much plays after the runback to puta quarterback backed the Ram-
1 To 80 Acres gridders moved the ball improved for the season scare into Bradford. That up to the 20. Two plays lain
well against Santa Fe and opener. Offensive line Coach came on Williams' 59-yard Williams scored over center
added that senior quarterback Ted Jornov said most players keeper to Bradford's 15 yard and the extra point gave the
V{ Rams a 7-0 lead.
Sp..1U RDP gth \Aufeion3, 4Z West Of Bradford deep-man Andrew
? \ Carter took Eastside's kickoff
TEMBE\ 0n 60 Years Of Service To Bradford Union for
r 229 .... Clay Residents a six yard return to the
'V Ep \ a r erow West Of 34. and the Tornadoes' run
0 G a A c ? rung game put them across
1 yr YINER the mid.field mark. In a critical -
\ Tech 16 Highway | C.Jones'Ilk. third-and-six call. Prevail
o sent running back Sam Ben-
)' On Right nett over the left side for the
Bradford' Funeral Home
S. first down.
Ide I It _
With five minutes gone
Starke 301 since receiving Eastside's
kick, Bradford's chances of

Terms-20 % Down Up To 15 f0 98 % Of and with tying only 4:15 the: 29 left game yards In looked the to the quarter goal-good:

l line. But the next two plays
Rained only two yards, and

Years To Pay At 8 % Bradford County Residents went Prevatt's wide pass, forcing on fourth the don punt

Led by linebacker Cla \ Proved They Prefer An Bradford's defense did not
It's Something You Can't Afford To Miss !lIf I e-3 \ allow the Rams to leave their
T own side of the field. Noseman

You Want To Own Your Own Piece Of Land You Can r OlderEstablishedFuneral Rams'Kenneth Cruger followed the
quarterback as he
faded back fora pass and spun
fk y During him out for a six-yard lossj A
Conducted By : Ben Campen Realtor & fourth-and-13 situation forced
The Month Of August the Rams to punt from their
own 33 yard line. ,
Auctioneer Eastside's 50-yard punt
By Using rolled out of bounds on the six
putting the Tornadoes backs
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home to the wall. Clark took a hadd--
481-2437-Hawthorne off from Prevatt for three
yards, and an Eastside pen-
I Starke Phone Appointment Keystone alty gave them the first down.

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could not muster ano
18th ) RENTAL ther first down. Adding insult
Sept. Hospital Beds to injury, the Rams recovereda
Wheel Chairs & Crutches fumble on the last play of the
quarter and watched the filial
seconds tick off the scoreboard
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I ** LAKE BUTLER. Union the Tiger's first opponent of Cross City squad in action Chesser plans to utilize the for the Friday night openerare opener, Chesser said to look Firday's jamboree and split end Alfred Holmes who
County High School head the 1976 season during last Friday's "straight0 offense" in Andrew Timmons and for the five-man front working the kinks out of the also handles punt and kick off I

football Coach Charlie Dean Chesser Dixie County Suwannee Conference football Friday's season opener Frankie Van Arnold at the Chesser says he will be offensive attack. return chores and tight ends
Roberts says his Tigers are High head football coach Jamboree when the Bears against Union County High halfback slots." making numerous Roberts says his squad's Johns a 6-3 and Imd !

not going Into tomorrownight's confesses that his team Is were shut out 7-0 by Willistonin with Floyd Cook calling Timmons, a 5-10 and 144 substitutions in the Friday wishbone offense had trouble senior and David Powell

season opener againstthe going through a "re-building the opening quarter, and signals for the Bears. Cook si pound junior is also the night clash with Union County getting to the outside and Roberts lists his starting
Bears of Dixie County season" this year. During a thumped 20-0 by Newberry in a 5-9 and 142 pound junior. "monster man" on the Bear High, playing all 44membersof finding daylight for long offensive backfield for the
High In Cross City over telephone Interview the third period."I Work-horses in the Bear defense, and turned in the his squad, and looking for gainers in last week's Friday night season opener In
confident."They're. Tuesday Chesser said his guess we didn't really backfield is fullback Dale "only solid defensive the right starting line-up jamboree, adding that the addition to Pringle as:
a young, squad of this season has only show up too well in the Howell a 5-11 and 185 pound performance" among the combination for the next problem is being worked outin Jackson at fullback; and t
inexperienced team this six seniors with only two of jamboree" Chesser mused, senior Chesser termed his Cross City squad during last several weeks.Meanwhile practice sessions of this Warren and Mike Dukes at

season, but we've got enough that number having played as and added that his squad has starting fullback "a solid 'week's jamboree action Roberts and the past week. running back slots. 0
respect for their coach to starters last year gone back to basics for at least running back." according to Chesser. Union County High coaching Sophomore Leandrew The Tiger offensive front ,
know that they're not to be Lake Butler fans had a brief the first few games this Joining Howell and Cook in Speaking of his defensive staff have been reviewing the Pringle will continue in the line is tentatively set as: I.

taken lightly" Roberts said of glimpse of the Dixie County. season. the Bear's offensive backfield alignment the Friday night Tigers' performance in last role as Union County's Holmes as split end; Wayne

starting quarterback in the Clemmons at left tackle;

Friday night opener in Cross Wayne Sapp at left guard;
City. Pringle, 5-7 and 140 Fred Clemmons at center; t
Tigers unlit Pair In Jamboree Tie-Breakers pounds was tapped for the Dean Dukes at right guard;;
quarterbacking duties during Ronnie Roberts at right tackle '>t}
0--- r--- ., last week's jamboree. Senior and Powell and Johns starting ;l i

r Paul White, who had been tight end duties. ,;1
; LAKE BUTLERUnion Indian's stubborn defensive jamboree outings from his listed as the starting signal Senior Glenn Kemp 6-2 and F.-1
County High's Tigers took two front line from six-yards out free safety position. caller was injured in a 181 pounds moved from
contests right down to the wire for the score. Warren practice session on defense to offense In last I

in providing plenty of following his blockers on the Union County-Newberry Wednesday of last week. week's jamboree first as
excitement for the crowd of same play-over right tackle It took two tie-breaker Roberts reports that White quarterback and then as a '

some 500 fans on hand for the added a two-point conversion. periods to decide a winner in will be out of action for running back and later as a "
Suwannee Conference football Holding an 8.0 lead at that the Union CountyNewberryfifth several weeks with a badly tight end. But Roberts says

jamboree last Friday. point the Tigers looked to the quarter clash, following a v ai sprained ankle. Kemp will only be moved to
The Tigers went Into tie- defense to keep the margin for scoreless defensive strugglein Its tough to single out one the offensive unit sparingly

breakers in both their victory intact. Only once on regulation play. individual as the workhorsein during the regular season. He

jamboree outings, downing the series did Indian running The Tigers appeared to the Tiger backfield. Ball reasons the three-time

Chiefland 8-0 in the second backs appear to have a have put the game on ice in -.h--1----- % ID;: carrying chores are handled letterman is too valuable as I
quarter and losing to glimpse of the goal line whena the first tie-breaker period -' effectively by several the "monster man" on the
Newberry 6-0 in the evening'sfifth second down play from the when middle guard DerylWilliams members of the squad. In last Tiger's five-four defense

and final quarter. eight netted six yards before recovered a Friday's jamboree Wilco alignment. ,.
Results by quarter: Glenn Kemp and Alfred Newberry fumble on the first Warren a 6-2 and 178 pound Defense is the key to Union

WUllston 7 Cross City 0, Holmes made the stop at the play of the tie-breaker series. junior runningback, and County High football thsi
Lake Butler 8 Chlefland 0. Taking over the Panther 10 c fullback Sam Jackson a season, according to Roberts
Newberry 20 Cross City 0.WUllston two.During regulation paly in yard line Union County's fifth powerful 5-9 and 168 pound and evident in last Friday's

13 Chlefland 0, the second period Steve period quarterback Kemp a + senior, were both on the jamboree action. The tough
Newberry 6 Lake Butler 0. Sirmones set the tone for the three-time Tiger letterman, receiving end of several front five gave up yardage to ;

In second quarter action Tigers' best offensive series decided to go to the air for the Pringle hand-offs and both opponents sparingly and only

last Friday the Tigers and the with a wild cross field punt score. On first down Kemp veteran Tiger backs groundout onceon the 10-yard .'
Chiefland Indians fought a return good for 28 yards to the rolled right looking for an tough )yardage.' touchdown sprint by

tough defensive battle Tigers' own 43 yard line. open receiver in the end zone But Union County High is Newberry's Alvin Nealgave
resulting in a scoreless tie at Sophomore quarterback but settled for a oneyardgain. by no means a ground attack up first down yardage from '

the end of the regulation 12- Pringle picked up 16 yards Second down saw Kemp squad alone; the wishbone deep in their territory. During
minute quarter.Jamboree. when he ran out of the pocket fire over the outstretched l offensegives Pringle plenty of their clash with Chiefland last F

officials and two plays later connectedwith hands of tight end Johns, who Union County High defensive cornerback Randall Davis ((38) upends Chiefland ball carrier, opportunities to catch the week the Tigers allowed only .."
explained coaches that each a 16yardpass to tight end was covered closely by linebacker Cedrlc Warren(86)and defensive tackle Bill Nettles(76) move also In on the play opponent's defensive 21-yards to the Indian offense
team would be given one Danny Johns at the Indian Panther defenders. Holmeswas secondary off guard as they in the regulation 12-minute

series of downs, four plays in seven. However the Tiger the third down target but did in last week's jamboree. quarter.
which to score from the drive on their first offensiveopponent's the pass was low and on Roberts says his sophomore Tiger defensive alignment I.
fourth down Kemp fired over signal caller is gaining the for the Friday night opener In

the middle to Warren, who poise of a veteran passer Cross City according to
had circled into the clear from quickly. Roberts will be : Kemp at the

the Tiger backfield. Warrenwas "monster man" slot; Holmes

hit hard as he struggled to Pringle fired to receivers at free safety; Randall Griffis

gain control and the ball Sla four times in his first varsitytest and Willis Jackson at the }

popped free, falling last Friday completingone cornerback positions; Cedric I 4-.
unco m pie te. to tight end Danny Johns Warren and Dean Dukes al '

The Tigers won the toss for for a 16-yard gainer. He was linebacker slots; Deryl

first possession during the sacked twice and picked up18yards Williams at middle guard;
second tie-breaker period and in two scrambles out Leon Alexander and Sidney

again took over at the Panther of the pocket. He was not Jenkins at defensive tackles;
10 yard line. This time Kemp intercepted. Randy Dukes at right

6-2 and 181 pounds moved to a Union County High is not defensive end; and Johns and

f'er running back slot and within sure-handed receivers Jackson sharing left defensiveend j

der,' -. r hammered away for six-yards not with the likes of veteran chores. t
up the middle against a tough
Sy? Panther front line.

Faced with fourth and goal
from the four, quarterback Muzzlelonders Hunt, Match Set t

Pringle took to the air. hitting
Holmes with what looked like
CITY With 27 The match will be at the
: a sure"5lx-point play but the
different.special hunts on 16 Commission's Firearm
ball fell to the turf
'- 6 dIUeren.public.recreaUofareas Training Center kn.the forest
Incomplete.Newberry t muzzle loading Saturday; Sept. 18 from 11 '

-- [ required. lust one Sophomore quarterback Leandrew Pringle breaks through Chlefland defensive front line for a long enthusiasts might have a a.m. to 3:30: p.m. Prizes will }.:;,.

play in the second tiebreakerto gainer.Tiger running back WUco Warren (35) moves out to provide down Held blocking. difficult time deciding this be offered according to
Tiger linebacker Cedric Warren (86)) and middle guard Deryl post six points and take the year when and where to hunt. Rossignol.The .
Williams ((72) combine efforts to bring down a Chlefland win. Panther running back But at least one hunt providesan event is sponsored by

halfback. Alvin Neal took a pitch outright extra attraction that a real the Commission and hosted

10-yard line during possession came to a halt then cut back left and enthusiast might find hard to and operated by the Mission
yards around left end for the \\illlston-Cross City turn down. Trails Shooters of Lake City
the ue-breaker. when Fringe, 5.7 and 140 turned on the juice to gallop
second score. Gambling on fourth and 12
Lt. Laurence Rossignol, and the Treaty Oak Long
Having won the toss, the fumbled was hit hard and into the end zone.Newberry. Rodney Scott, a 148 pound from the Cross City 34yardline regional education officer for Rifles of Jacksonville.
elected to take the at the one-foot line. Cross City
Tigers senior running back added paid off for Red Devil
the Game and Fresh Water Frank Disbrow of the Lake
offensive for the first series. Taking over at their own Neal. who as a sophomore the Panther's third touchdownof Coach Leo CarvafTs, in
Fish Commission out the match
points club explained
Following three unsuccessful goal line, the Indians were played defensive end scored a the first City
the period with a 25 yard keeping period A that something extra has been will run in one shot relay
... passing attempts resulting in kept deep in their own pair of touchdowns inNewberry's run down the right side. Scott scoring drive alive. A reverseon added to the Commission the shooters as
I a sack an incompletion and a territory by the Tiger defense.A 20-0 third period took a pitch out from that crucial fourth down Bicentennial MuzzleloaderHunt giving average the
good a as expertsin
desperate scramble on the pass on third and long from victory over Cross City. He quarterback King broke two play saw Donnie Tucker a 160 (Sept. 17-19)) in the
part of quarterback Leandrew the 17 was broken up by cracked in from four yards out tackles turning the corner and pound speedster, race down Osceola National Forest. The The winning U.S. Forest a prize.Service has '"

Pringle, running back William Holmes who covered on the Panther s first raced in for the score. the right side line to the Cross extra is a shooting match for set aside a special campsitenear
broke the considerable ground in both possession and galloped 35
Warrne through City six. Four plays later Tom muzzleloaders to be held in Ocean Pond for

----- King who had been Dicillo a 5-11 and 170 pound conjunction with the hunt. participants in the hunt.Foundation 0.:
unsuccessful the two prior senior running back, broke

passing extra-point attempts, through a stubborn Cross City s ol
DUITKEL decided to run in for two defensive line for the score. Ii
COLLEGE FOOTBALL himself following Scott's Dicillo's touchdown plunge, Paving Co.
.. score boosting Panther point from
I IW D :E :x: production and giving to 20 Newberrythe for the with just four-yards over two-minutes came ASPHALT PAVINGFill
remaining in the opening
first of its two jamboree quarter and capped a 10-play John William Sasser Jr., 14. Dirt Grading

IXPLANATION The Du k.1 system' provides continuous; I Indes to the relative strength af all Ns"'.. It reflects overage seatingRtargln victories. 46-yard scoring drIve. caught this 9'2 pound black
combined with overage opposition rating weighted in fpvor ., recent ,.,'o..o.co. Isamplet m 90 0 loam has been 10 scaring. Williston had taken bass while fishing at Sampson LandscapingFree
points stronger, par gome" than 40.0 team' against apposition .1 idenlicol .......h. Originated. lit 1919 ky Dick Ouak... Williston High's Red Devils near mid-field following possession a Lake the morning uf AugustII.
also walked from

GAMES OF WEEK ENDING SEPT. 12. 1976 .Friday's jamboree away action as Cross City fumble. John. Jr., whose dad came Estimates
double winners having shut Offensive tackle Jeff
home an empty stringer
out Cross City 7-0 in opening Balleit's extra point hat morning caught the big Phone 9647813r.
Higher Holing Opposing SMU.* 812 171) TCU 740S'west 1-Hulman 321 U4'< Manchester 17Scant quarter action and Chiefland conversion brought first
La' 884 .1151' Fresno 537 Mo* 618 H4i' Cent Ark 47.Valpar'o fish with a 202 rod and reel
Holing Turn Dili. Team" San Jose 818 1131 Hawaii 894 356 .11'' Oshko-h mOTH y: 13.0 in the fourth period. period scoring to an end and after a 10 minute struggle.!
So Ml. 81 8 ill E Carolina BID Wabaah 32.7 ) Wash.Mo I gave Williston the final

MAJOR GAMES Syracuse, 854 833 '181 i5 Bowl'MOr'n>. Akron. 703 751 I IT.rrple ER SOUTHERNFRIDAY seven-point victory margin.UUIUtonChiefland ......,. .... .... 1r.. .. o1i .. 1(. r1r.. .. .... 1(. %%
SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER It Tenn.T< 830 .ill. Duke 841
Air Force' 728 '141 Pacilic 881 Texas 1041 i21i. Boston Col 824 Hoping| : Winners .
Alabama 1085 113'> Mls'slppi 997 Texas AIM (41 iBl Va Tech 812 E.Tex St* 888 <16i Prairie V 41 !3 Dicillo broke the scoring ice
AppaUch'n III I 19' ETvnn 49 1ArliLnn Toledo 703 131 M.... U' 677
87 8 03. Auburn BIOArkansiis WVImlnla* 913 .i36i Vlllanova 531Wahmiiton SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 11 on the Red Devil's 13-0
1082 301. Utah St 788 88 0 '24' Virginia 818 Abilene 6S8 <13i' N Colo 54 I Winners in recent Bradford over Chiefland in fourth
Army 643 ,i3.fi Lnfnvette 424 Wmlo la..' 647 00'| V M I. 6< 3 Angelo St* 730 .118i Cent Okla 55! Roping Club competition
B.ill St' 830 'Si' La Tech 780 Wyoming* 748 i2Si. Dakota 498 Au Peay 930 i4i, T-Murtm- !2 period action, racing in from 1
Bnylnr 844 181 Houston 70 7 SUNDAY/ SEPTEMBER 12 B-Cookman 624 151' Tex South'n 57 1 7 received trophies last 20 yards out with 6:43:
California 018 .Hi Georgia* 945 Ark St 90 9 .U3i. S Diego St* 781 Bishop 447 .i9' Tarleton 351 e: Saturday, August 28.
Cent Mu-h 819 '181' Kent SI 647 Central St 474 .H7I Morrl-Br'n 301 reamining in the quarter.
Chn'nuuifa 873 '111) Illinois St' 518 Cheynev 333 till) Md E Shore* 2t Top wranglers by division
Clnc'natl 803 iSi' Tunne! 750 OTHER EASTERN Delta St .'83 i5i Murray 531 were: Toddlers Kristi! Braddy Hugh Lawrence, a 5-7 and
Clvmson 729 10. Citadel 631 Fdlnboro 81 3 i3i. Fntrmont 38 i
Colorado 973 7i. Texas Tech 905 SATURDAY SEPTEMBER U Eton 517 ,llli. Norfolk 41 e I and Brian Griffis; Fingerling 130 pound sophomore running
Connect 995 020 Colilate. 577 648 Albany 42 8 .181 S Conn 353C Gramblln. 718 H2i. Alcorn. 60 3.: Jeff Clemmons and Dean bock, squirted through from
Oavt.-n' 701 3i Yuung rn 29
'I1 W Michluan, 817 W Post 470 <7I' N'easein: 398 Grove City 3041i 0 Bethany Underhill; Small Fry Kevin the three-yard line some four-
r. Michigan 63 4 Clarion 404 .ill. C.ntConn. 392 Oullford 539 'I16i H-Sydney 3Harding 4
Florida 915 iIK 0 NCaiolma 814 Cortland 410 161' Springfield 44 8 414 'IJi Lane 291Juckson 0 Elixson and Lisa Carter; minutes later for Williston's
Floildn St 788 ill Mntnphis 77 HFullvrton St* .'04 4
181 Tenn
St 814
: \ lH Cnl PPom* 900On Delaware 734 '10'' Eastern Ky 632 Junior Girls Karen Reddish second touchdown. The extra
908 Indiana Pa 46 I 0 i4i Junlata 3\ 9 Ky State 42 7 'Hi Albany 35 1 1ten I
Tech 878 III| S Carolina 840 838 Ithaca 538 'Il3i St Lawrence 430 Rhyne 93 0 '6' J C Smith' 47Llvlna.too :3 and Cindi Jordan: Junior point conversion by Balleit
Illinois 888 151 Iowa W 831
Iowa SI' 881 311 Drake SI 3 Kings Pt' 47 8 .18' Coast O 40 ILehlgh Madison 428 663 .I15i H3i Em-Henry Carolina 27 9 Boys Dwight Braddy and made it 13-0 Williston.
649 i35 KuUlown 300
K........* 1012 i3J' WnshSt 786K Livingston 338 i28i Paterson 50 Mid. Tenn 463 i2i C N.wmin. 461Mlllsaps Randy Reddish; Powder Puff
..n.aa Sf 771 121' Brig Young 11 4387'( SW.Tenn 281 e
Kentucky Bo 8 08' OieKon St 718 Montclalr Hcoming-. 357 288 112'i3i Lk Kean Haven 213 170 Morgan 438 H3i. Petervb'a* 305! Elaine Kiyula and Jane A 40-yard pass play from
Lamar* 1128 .17' N went Ln 414 Salisbury 3d 4 iSi Tienton 310 N Alabama 61 i Ml S'east La 58 I I Siegmund; Seniors Bud quarterback Scott Rutland to
Lung Bench 748 ilOi Weber SI' 517 Nichol. 597 ilOi Ml.Col 491
Bloomib'g ISO
Shlpoen.bg387 and Ronnie wide receiver
Maryland* 972 029'l Richmond 687McNeeae' WChes'er. 462 "nil. Olasiboro* 3)7 Ouach'ta 539 I28i MeMurrv 20 3Surf' Clemmons
732 i24i' Illinois 49 4 Wmlnlater 488 0 H4 Sus'hanna 332 Pine 37 S i7l' Mnntlcello 304 Williams; Jack Benny Jackson moved the ball downto
Miami' 883 i33> Marshall 530Michigan Pre-by'a 943 iSi Mar hall* 48 S
109 9 134) Wlvwnsln 7A 3 Wagner Wash-Jeff 490 302 181 i21i Gettvsb'g413 Geneva 93Waynesbf SHousl-n* 417 '11' SF.Austin 40 ': Division. Junior Hersey and the Chiefland eight, setting
Minnesota 890 12l' Indiana 774 328 llfl' 164 S St Ark' i84 ill N'east Okla 961 Robert Jordan. up Lawerence's score.
Ml..nuil 976 ill' So C/df 94 Southern U' 993 'H9i Tuttkegee 401 I
N C Slate 9n 1 llfll Wke Fur elf 745 Tex Lulh'n 680 ilOi S'weslTex* 511Texa I
N H ihlre 838 I9' Holv Cm.* 367 OTHER MIDWESTERNSATURDAY All 76 S i37i Slip Rock 344
Illinois. 810 I5i Wichita 980 Trinity 3ff9 161 SuI Rfn* 331 I
N M... St. 618 ill Tex El P 80 9 SEPTEMBER 11 Western Ky 708 0Troy' St. 694 Prevent Camellia
NT. Si* 774 ,181. Tes Arl'n 9 aNrivy Wofford 949 '8. Q-Webb 461:
885 i4' Rumen, 826 Ark Tech 339 iSi Cent Meth 29 4 For Protection & Beauty Whitvt RId spiders Sule, Is I Moving i I To
Nrbril-ka 96 4 .80. L S U. 9n 1 Ashland 410 \U3i Franklin 339 White Flies and other insect .
Ohio State' 110.0 .U9 Mich St 914 Butler 543 181 Evansvllls) 483 OTHER FAR WESTERN
Okla SI* 979 '141 Tulsa 839 E Cent Okla 544 .i8> How Payne 498 pelts from wintering
Oklahoma 1150 .I30 Vanderbllt 848 o town Ky 424 i3' Alma 394 SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 11
Oregon. 733 i4i Colo St 710 Hop. 484 |I4> DePauw 348 EN Mexico 814 HOI W N Mex* 314 SPRAY over by having us spray
Prim Stale 101 17'' Stanford 810 Ind Cent/ 448 I3H Anderson 138 Idaho St 997 US' N.Arliona 44 7 now.
Pittsburgh 1033 '171 NctreDame' OH 4Purdue Ltmgiton 493 19'. Lincoln.Mo 400 St. |
87.2 118" N'we.lern 708 Olivet- 403 iSi St Joseph 333 Home Team 219 Washington
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Mlchl.lln 10"1 Arizona' at 188 Coltfornla! 138 MIlO SI 910 Arllona 81. Auburn 990
Alabama 1085 Nebraska 984 So Call' .154 Ark lit 90' a. Tech, ... .876 Stanford 830
Arkansas 1082 Ohio St 879 Ooorilia ... 948 Tesaa Tech 905 Purdue 672 T."n.... .930Tesae O1ID" Starke Builders Supply
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Penn State lots Maryland 172 l\\1ch a. 124 Minnesota 890 Washington 880 Duke .641

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Schaefer, Brown Divided On Utility Rate Hikes

Sharpest Vfofsrgence in opinion Brown: "No. At the present being made before proper will be returned to office on his been iJ11>roved. But remember, establishing a housing authority( condemned property the price of $72.000 for improvements at the
need to be In the black to get to combat sub-standard housing?! their property.and could afford to old RJE school which will Indude
between the two candidates for time I have yet to see... aty- investigation. record, and that win provide we
the city cotmi5Sion; Group :5>> seat county consolidation that is Schaefer: "We will expand bypurchasing continuity" these grants. If a grant was Brown: "Every city should havea relocate themQuestion redoing the gymnasium
comes in the area of utility tax working. Jacksonville-Duval from Florida Power& Schaefer Preferring the four- offered to the city today, with 70- housing (board to determine its : Do you favor installing lights for the Softball
hikes for Starke residents with county is a good exaJ11>)Je..they Light,"Schaefer said, adding that term: Schaefer said 30 matching: funds, we couldnt needs. I think there's enough expanding the city's recreation field, and building tennis and
challenger Gerald Brown saying have had nothing but problems as soon as FP&L expands its commissioners year could "make a touch it because we are in the concerned citizens here in Starke department, or do you feel the handball courts.
"not at the present time" and there. As to the consolidation of substation to operate at its full without worrying about up red," that would volunteer their time present program Is adequate?? If Question: Do you favor
incumbent Charles Schaefer just certain services, I would 7,500 kilowatt capacity, the aty being reelected. Schaefer:"Yes,we need the aid, and talent to serve on a housing you favor expansion, in what annexation of the land on which
anticipating an Incre e. have to study the benefits to the could purchase power cheaper Schaefer said the longer term the citizens of Starke could not board, we wouldn't even need to particular areas?? DS&N plans to build an
afford to be taxed for the pay a salary. I have heard pro's Brown "I favor expansion, but apartment complex?
Responses to this and other city and the county, weighed than generating its own. He said would more qualified people :
rove-Jrents the city needs as and con's about whether substandard have the funds first. I lkown9he: only way 1 wouldbe
areas of concern: were compiled against the costs, before I could the Electric Department is into the office, "they wouldnt in1> we must
by the Telegraph in a candidate make a Judgement. I just don'thave operating in the black and two time changes. We paved 14 housing is a problem would like to see more programsfor in favor of annexation wouldbe
to politics
questionaire submitted to all four the information now" revenue excesses are used; to have play every streets in Starke at no cost to the here, but I just don't know. I the younger children I think if the costs of services
candidates for Starke commssiun Schaefer: The incumbent does expand the plant. Schaefer said years Question Do think federal taxpayers." Schaefer told of a would want a study done on it." the Recreation Department provided, such as fire and police
: you would be exceededby \ t
seats in next Thursday's Sept. 14 not favor consolidation of the two that if profits become too high, aid to cities is a good idea? Are federal blockgrant worth about $3 Schaefer: : Schaefer Indicatedthat should work with the Chamber of protection, into the
election. governing bodies, but looks more the money would be returned to and red attachedto million that is pending and would sub-standard housing is a Commerce and get Cub Scouts the money coming aty
Brown, 47. owns> an insurance favorably on combining certain the consumer in the form of lower the strings these tape worth their provide money for downtown problem in Starke, and that he started here; we don't even havea from taxes. If it is going to cost;
business in Starke and has Sl"rviCJ.'S.MI night consider that," electric bills.Question grants the ? redevelopment, a new city hall, favored a housing baord Cub Scout troop in Starke." the city more than it takes in on
by city
previously served as an auditorfor Schaefer said, "it night be to the :Do you feel the officesof acceptance and expansion for the city's consolidated with the county's the project,"then I am opposed to
the state of Florida. In best advantage of the public to city clerk and police chief Brown: "Every program needsto recreation department. "It's board."It would be for the mutual Schaefer: "I am definitely in annexation.
,, response to the quest ion-"Do you consolidate certain services, it should be appointive, or should be analyzed and judged on its there, it Is just a matter of benefit of the whole county, favor expanding,the recreation Schaefer "if it is built 1ilI
think it will be necessary to raise would cut overhead expenses." they remain elective? Why?? own merits.The 201 program for breaking through the door to getit. rather than just for the department needs additional full- : for the
utility rates (gas water, sewer) Brown: "I favor them being instance, is questionable. The It's the only way I know\ of to municipality. Schaefer also said time personnel." He said in the push for ,should
federal men said themselves it that the city has housing federal block grant the CIty isrequesting simple reason of why the
or cut expenditures to bring these elected. People have the right to get some of our tax money back.
utilities out of the red?". Brown determine who runs their city was a gamble as to whether or not 'ordinances on the books,but they $125,000 for a ballpark sly lose that tax revenue. DS&N
indicated that an increase in taxes government. it would work AD they can do is Question: Is sub-standard are unenforced. He said that with facility to be located west of the requested annexation because;
is not the answer. Schaefer:: "I have mixed give it a year of study and then housing a problem in Starke? federal grants the city could Civil Defense building on they want" fire and police
"Were in the red but this is due feelings. Personally, I favorappointing check to see if the pollution has Should the city consider afford to pay residents of Edwards Road Also requested is protection..

to bad nil nagern nt. Often when them, but the general i
the aty wants bids on a particular p blic favors electing then"Schaefer
J item they don't give enough; tune said He explained that 1 Candidates
for interested; parties to get their qualifications\ could be establishedto Group City
figures assembled and insure effectiveness in office.
investigations completed, and Question: Do you favor the
they end up taking bids for length of term change, from two
thousands of dollars more than is .. et years to four years, for city Much Common Ground FoundIn
necessary. You cant go on commissioners, wl chill appearon
forever raising taxes to offset next Tuesday's ballot?
foolish spending" Brown said. drown'Tminfavor of two year
Schaefer 48, is seeking l his third :w.-"J: terms. If a man doesn't perform
term on the city commssion. He his duties he can be replaced
has been in the National-; Ward quickly-he should n't have to have Waters-Goodman City Race
turtle t past 21 years;, and is now four vears to prove himself. If a
employed at Camp BLInding as a .,
mechanic. Scharfer is also a Gerald Brown
member of the board of directors GroupsOne : City Commission Board from 196674. He also married and the father of two Q; Do you think it will be toes and do a better job for the
of the Chamber of Coirm-rce. candidates, seeking election served as a member of the children. necessary to raise gas, water city of Starke if he knows he
"Yes I do anticipate an increase of his reasons against joiningthe next Tuesday to the seat county draft board, an Questions put forward in the and sewer rates, or cut has to run for office every two
in gas water, and sewer rates" CIty and the county is that presently held by retiring appointive position without Telegraph and the candidates expenditures to bring these years. After two years, then
Schaefer said, "that will mike "we have too much invested in Commissioner Marc Jackson, compensation, for a 10-year responses follow: utilities out of the red? the citizens can decide
If elected, would Waters: This question cannotbe whether or not they want to reelect -
them self supporting. I am utilities to give them up. found considerable common period.Educated Q: you
in the consolidation of the answered until a study is that same man by
against cutting personnel. uestionDo; you favor ground in their responses to public support
Schaefer said the city would haveto increasing the city's power questions put forward in a schools of Bradford County, city and county Into one completed. If elected, I pledgeto examining his merits.
pay $83 pl"rl't'k in capabilities by the purchase of Telegraph survey conducted Goodman has owned and governmental unit? If not start a study immediatelyso Goodman: The candidate
his business here would support that we can solve the explained that he did not favor
unemployment compensation to power from Florida Power & earlier this week. operated you
la>ed-off" personnel and that it Light, by expanding the city's Group 1 hopefuls, Wilbur since 1947. He is married and consolidation of certain electricity problem without the length of term change for
would be better to be paying generating capacity, or by some Waters and Seeber Goodman, Is the father of three services, such as law increasing utility bills. city commissioners
them while they worked for the other means?? both stated they did not favor daughters. enforcement and fire Goodman: "No, I'm definitelynot explaining that the pattern in
oty. frown: This is one of the main consolidation of the city and Waters, 27, served as a city protection? in favor or raising utility the past has been that a city
The remaining eight questions, phases of CIty government that Iwant county governments into one police officer and then as a Waters: No, I would not rates for gas water and commissioner served in
fireman in Starke for consolidation of the sewer. I'd favor cutting the public's best interest has ,
and the candidates responses are an audit investigation on. I unit, and agreed in oppositionto city support
as follows: have been unable to obtain cost the length of term changefor three and one-half years prior city and county, because it expenses to bring these usually had no difficulty in
Question: If elected would you figures on generating costs. A commissioners. to his resignation last June. will cause more taxes. When utilities out of the red." being re-elected to a second I
support consolidation; of the aty complete investigation would tell Goodman, 54, is a life-long He is presently employed as a you spread out your police and Q: Is sub-standard housing a term. "I do favor, and plan to
;' and the county into one us whether we need to increase resident of Bradford Countyand foreman, operating out of fire protection you're going to problem in Starke? Should the vote, for the term changes for
governmental unit?? If not, would generators sell the whole thing Charles Shaefer is the owner and operatorof Starke, for the Dankel Sod have less protection for those city consider establishing a the chief" of police and the city
you support consolidation of or what. That's what's wrong Groups Goodman's Service Stationin Company of St. Cloud.A living in the existing city housing authority to combat clerk Goodman stated.
certain!SATN.ice, such as police arid with sty government right now- man has worked hard and gotten Starke. He previously native of Lawtey, Waters limits. The only other solutionfor sub-standard housing?
fire protection? spur-of-tne-moment decisionsBRADFORD programs;started in two years he served on the city commissionfrom served a six-year tour of covering more territory Waters: Feels sub-standard Q Do think rf'dl'ralald to
1962-66 and on the active duty with the U.S. Navy with comparable services housing is not a problem in the : )flU
cities I is idea, and
a good are
Bradford County School prior to his employment with would be to increase the county. Opposes the
the city of Starke. He was number of policeman and establishment of a housing the accompanj ing strings and
V TING RESULT; BY PRECINCT educated in the public schoolsof firemen and their equipment, authority on the grounds thatit these red tape usually attached worth to
will be and that grants
Bradford County. Waters is which would raise taxes. expensive
4.A wMe .- -.. would .increase_.__ ____ taxes. acceptance by the city?
rw Goodman The candidate does Waters: Yes if it is handled
PRECINCT NUMBER 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13A 13B 14 15A 15B TOT L not feel sub-standard: housing properly. We all payfedt

is a problem, and does not taxes and we should insist that
favor the establishment of a we get back our fair share
REPUBLICAN PRIMARY city housing authority at this This keeps down our property
United States Senator time. taxes and gives us more

John Grady _1__ 0_ 5 _3_. 5 4 4 8 5 6 4 2 5 1 1 5 2 61 1t 1 Q: Do you feel the offices of services. We should be
careful though, not to accept
Helen S. Hanzel 3 0 3 0 2 0 2 0 1 3 4 2 1 0 0 1 1 23 city clerk and police chief federal aid where the strings
a should be appointive, or
halter Sims 2 0 0 0 0 1 2 2 1 6 4 0 3 2 0 0 0 23 should they remain elective? attached to it are not worthwhile

State Treasurer Why? .

Bettv Arl1'i'tearl, 5 0 5 2 3 2 5 5 4 9 9 1 2 1 0 1 0 54 Waters remain: elective.I feel they I think should the Goodman aid to cities: "I is do a think good federal 1 idea,

Jeff Lathal' 1 0 3 1 4 3 3 4 2 5 2 3 7 2 1 5 3 49 citizens of Starke should make knowing there're a lot of

NO-l-PAIHlA: the choice of who they want to strings "attached but it's

Sup. Ct. Justice Grp. 1 fill those offices. worth It.
Goodman "I feel these
Hollpv 94 87 115 126 118 91 79 27 58 57 35 75' :
Charles R 171 l1Q 109 145 191 133 1 '. offices should continue to be Q;: I>oi>favor expanding! (hi-
Frederick B. Karl 80 62 37 39 93 51 51 71 105 76 63 56 73 14 35 27 12 94 elective. Let the people say city's recreation department,

Richard H Iax" Swann 102 46 55 31 79 41 74 69 78 67 60 36 62 15 41 30 13 8Y' who their police chief and city or do you feel the present
clerk will be." program I is adequate' ? If In
Sup. Ct. Justice Grp. 2 favor uf expansion, in what
John t Russell 229 120 137 105 182 113 150 155 222 173 147 112 94 35 97 71 41 218 See be r Goodman particular areas?
Group 1
Alai: C Sundber 121 71 49 62 13i 61 86 112 147 92 8t 60 16 21 40 40 20 132 "At this time I'm Waters: If there is a program
Goodman: va that the recreation
Sup Ct. Justice Grp. 3 not interested in seeing
department would like to take
Harvie S. u\'al> 179 84 85 81 163 99 40 127 188 119 12 71 03 33 81 44 27 16MJoP consolidation of the city and on, then I'm in fax or of it Our

Hatchett 198 142 111 100 173 85 215 14f 19f 156 lit 106 II' 26 666 38 205e county. into I would one governmentalunit. consider recreation department has

Judge 1st Uist. Ct. of Appeal consolidation of certain done a great job having
programs to suit all ,
Arthur C Canadav 208 117 101 90 149 82 124 132 17 140 12 8<) 83 31 58 61 23 178< government agencies, such as" starling from small childrenall ,ages

Richard h. "Uick" I.rwin: III 163 97 97 90 184 105 111 146 20: ITI IH 94 135 27 82 ;,/ 42 188!' fire and police protection. the way up to senior
Q: Do you favor increasingthe
citizens and I would be
Ui.MOCY 1IIL< PRIMARYRepresentative
city's power" capabilities
favor of expanding
2nd Congo Dist by the purchase of additional whatever areas the in

Jack Arn.strong 60 43 ?7 24 59 27 31 37 42 '36 31 37 25 10 10 21 8 28 power from the FP&L, by department thought was
expanding city'sgenerating
Russell! Bevis r,7<; 46 11312 6R 69. 32 69 9'J 97 51 37 54 15 51 49 21 68 capacity, or by worthwhile
Goodman: "I favor the cit
Lon l-unlla 7l71"81133 138 2431161177197 278 172 15912816737 06 79 49 534 some other means? recreation department and if
Waters: Yes, we must do
State Treasurer necessary any expansion
something now to insure that
Bill Gunter 1710 1"1 25 137 247 155 62 208 294 216 171 115 157 36 119 97 55 535 our electrical power is would" be given priority

I Autwn H Hodf"I's 1'17 1.9 116 27 53 29 23 44 74 35 35 40 45 12 25 19 9 677 adequate for our citizens.. But Status

""ospvelt K Jones 34 35 15 19+ 36 10 154 20 22 18 21 30 13 4 7 11 3 452 we further need to to study make the sure problem that Wilbur Group Waters 1 Q: Do you favor the

Commissioner, pst we're getting the most power Q: Do you favor the length of annexation of the land on
Phil Brewer 23Q 99 111 9(1(+ 177 114 76 144 221 140 131 94 118 32 87 70 36 979 for the least amount of term change from two" yearsto which DS&N plans to build! an

K.Hi.ichols:; 1'11 !\O\ h6 83 146 67 133 118 148 120 81 78 97 21 52 51 25 48J dollars. If we could reduce our four years for city apartment Haters: No.complex I'm personally
bills commissioners
electricity by buying which will"
State Sunator 5th Oistrict power from FP&L, then I appear on next Tuesday's opposed\ making the DS&N:
Donna Faxon 72 74 78 7b 21 62 73 113 152 84 n 75 84119 5434 23 31Sj would favor this plan. ballot? complex a part of our city

j Jack tolcC.rift 56 T 0 30 36 59 21 47 60 86 77 43 38 45 3 20 35 8 694 Goodman: "I would certainly Waters: "I'm not in favor of Goodman reserved :comment The candidate
favor purchasing more changing the length of term on the
I Tprrv Putnal 21 11 18 9 1711 21 16 28 22 11.9 l 14 16 4 1310 4 25i1I electrical power from FP&L, for city commissioner. I question, stating he felt the

I Sherrill eta" Skinner 138 4::> 60 45 11 62 33 23 66 102 6u 59 47123 58135 30 003 rather than going into debt believe that a city matter deserved further

: Harold E. walker ,0 3b 30 24 44 32 51 34 41 38n: 24 24 7 1325 8 52i1I with another bond issue." commissioner will stay on his study.

I State Rf'p. 25th District

Charlf' E. "Red" Underhill 142 48 57 51 63 47 25 47 58 64 47 32 35 18 22 40 20 8H VOTER TURNOUT BY PRECINCT

Frank williarr.s 291 17C 48 b.> 12 64 2fZ 2--S9 36. 22' 19 171218 40 45 104 57 257 PRECINCT REG. VOTERS #VOTING PER CENT

County Property Appraiser
Jil'.1"\' Alvarez 315 123 114 102 188 58 7l 15 2H 15( 12( 88 23 28 14 83 59 "207 1. Lawtey City Hall 687 472 68

Gene!\ Lon Ij.J 11 !)(a 114 191 Sorifl 1(,[, 21 16: loll 99 Il.JU 34 ;'6 /1 ILL 99.Supt. ..- 2. Lawtey Vol. Fire Dept. 440 294 66
3. Bradford Co. Fair Bldg. 377 225
of Public Instruction 63
4. Bradford Fire Dept. 392 241 61

TOM Casey 5 0 "P ,,, SOP 101 a 'f'A:\ ( '''< rUewPy 1t..q '101100 7' "Q 1.,<;", 5. BHS Auditorium 590 395 66

BlltnrrJ tolcKinnf'v Q7 <;<; QO Q /;<; I no ,, 71 ,:i< -" Af'l; ) Qf10:\ 1=.7 ., 1 ,,<; 11 ", 6. E. L. Norman Home 311 224 72

I CO. Commissioner ist. 1 7. R.J.E. High School 391 292 74

Mitchell Brown 7! n<; ., "0 .,n 7R .e: 101 j I=.r- r.' Qr 7' "" ?O <:/. ,,, 1g 1,7( 8. Old Armory, Temple Ave. 565 336 59

D, L, ( Lave ) Shllford 7"00 A7 ..,.. 9. Southside Elementary Sch.
n""r7'0 77 77' 7C r,70 ,,n ?fA':\ ""hn ,0:< 668 443 66

b. L, StarIin <;r, 7., 7., o 0::" <; I. I,' '1" 0:: "., ,, '1/, '17"" .>.>' 10. Theressa Community Cntr. 620 340 54

Co. COI.n.issioner: ist. 3 11. Hampton City Hall 513 280 54

Ralph Bryan on 117 '" 1,1'1' 0:: '. <: ''11 (\n 0" '7{ I.n ", ",. ,, "''' 1,1'1"' < 12. Chamber of Commerce 379 232 61

M\xip Carter Jr ..,.., .. .. ..,. 13A. Terwillegar Motors
1'1 0" <:n 1=.7 (\ '7n '" o 1.7 , 1,7"1"1 "r 422 269 63

Charles tolcKinnE'v ,,,, ., ..,' .,. .. .. 13B. Graham Vol. Fire
J 7" , : , ''c. ,, '.n I.'. ,0 In., 0/: 70;: A7 Dept. 89 65 73

CO. Commissioner ist. 5 14. New Armory, Edwards Rd. 276 172 62

Ha7.E'l l'' Paulk "' 0' .., ,.' ., ;: 7"7 ,,, ,, ..,..,., "' 1"1'" ........, <: ,,,,, Inl: ., <: ..,1: Inn'" "......rJOP. 15A. Brooker Community Hse 226 162 71

W. Pentecost ,,"" <; /;, I.'" n, bn 7" R(1 : ., r i"o::, 15B. Dobbs Residence on #100
j, ,j z j I j II. ,"j 0::j j 1' n .u: 166 88 75
School Board Member:

Royce R. Jovner 102 71 q1 701118 83116 9411'" 35 '7 _., _' _"" /1.n I,'"

Vernon Pannpnter 328_ lId 112_,' 27 242 122 02 98 9it's .,11'7 "Q I..., Q'I.' '",0-: TOTALS 7062 4530 64



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I'ur12 TELFrJVPII September 9,1976

I ThAl'h,Church Nazarene of A7 P6ftft Apartment Debate Continues In Tuesday Council MeetingS

k e will hold its weekly; The city council heard some the advertisement will run in the "It's my understanding that the Schaefer explained that The action,we will have the answers," flooding on US-301 and Pratt
meeting at the Dopson further discussion of the Pine newspaper" starting this week. income of persons living there Apartments pay the difference deposits for residential customers he added. Street. When it's finished, there
Ctiiropractic Center W. Call Kbrest apartment asr 'lex. to be Earlier in the r meeting, residents will be $5,000 to $8.000 or between what tenants were are now $86. should be improvement but the
Street on Wednesday, Sept 15 built on SR-1N(() just outside the d the area where the apartmentsare something like that"she said 11 formerly paying in rent and the "Well it seems to me that the commission will send a letter to
at 7:30: p.m. The public Is western city limits before City to be built had some sharp you're having problems collecting rate they are now being dtar ed Cappe ako asked if the city had dty has already gotten itself the Department of
invited to attend ChaplainMax attorney George Pierce's questions for the councilregarding utility bills in the dty now, howcan Pine Forest will not be subsidized yet received a copy of the impact involved without knowing the Transportation:! in Lake City,
D. Jones presentation of the a *t reading the aty* agreementlast these residents pay? Is the housing he said study submitted to the Farmers answers" Capps said asking for an engineer's
of the proposed orCL-.ance for l week to furnish water and government going to pay the Home Administration which Investigation.
annexation of the 11-aone site sewer facilities to the complex bill?" "If these people (living at Pine 1 loaned the money for the complex -turned over to the Safety
Schaefer ready to
of to the developers. sail he was go Committee a request by
US&N Developers their
Forestdon't) pay utility
GuinesviDe developeis of the Claire Capps told the council she to Gainesville at 8 am the next commissioner Joe Warren tolnVt'Stigate
whether The question arose as to morning to get a copy of the in the
that the land concerned about trucks parked
r complex,have asked was whether the it 11 be turned off just like "We've requested a copy of it,"
proposed bills .
impact study.The and US-
be annexed Two readings of theproposed the apartments Schaefer told her parking {lanes of SRrlOO
residentsbe else, said clerk
ordinance are required, "moderate inconr"hwsing. anyone Merrill Edwards "They'll city have to council also-heard from 301 for long periods of time.

along with newspaper apartments are similar to The deposits, too," he added. "Right now you're askinga lot of Jessie Branson about a flooding Police Chief Jimmy Bowen
advertisement and a public Apartments, a government- pay questions that we don't have the problem in his yard on Pratt St. advised Warren that it was legal,
m>eting. The meeting has been would be able to pay !subsidized housing project on SB- answers to,but I can tell you this: Schaefer: told hima new drainageline unless the city wanted to put up
f- set for October 5. Pierce said,and their utility bills. 16 in Starke. Edwards said that utility before the dty takes any final is being installed to relieve "No Parking" signs

I World Wfcle PktMm prewna.OSPEL *

A.k e Small Turnout Expected Tues. For City VoteCity

Charley ,
r voters came out in force in voters to cast ballots in nextTuesday's Commissioner Charles Schaefer Is not seek re-election. resigning his to accept a next Tuesday. The deadline for

E_ OAD 1972 when they turned down a election. challenged in his bid for reelection Goodman, owner and operatorof foreman's posit with the picking up absentee ballots is 5p.m
I proposed lengthening of terms for In 1972 the lengthening of by Gerald Brown a Goodman's Service Station, Dankel Sod Company. Monday September 13.
Johns I i an city officials by a slim 42-vote terms covered all city officials and Starke insurance man. In Group previously served on the dty Commissioner Harold Epps is

margin. 697655.Lengthening sparked a 72 per cent turnout. 1 two political hopefuls, Seeber commission from 1962-66, and on unopposed in his bid for reelection -
the terms in office Voters will decide on the termchanges Goodman and Wilbur Waters, are the Bradford County School to the Group 3 seat. The polls will remain open from
About This Question: K for aty officials+ from two to four for the city derk,chief of vying for the seat presently held Board from 196674. The City Clerk's office reminds 7 am to 7 p.m. next Tuesday

"Having the proper years appears on the city ballot police and city corrmssioners by Commissioner Marc Jackson. Waters, a political newcomer, voters that absentee ballots may Sept. 14,with all ballots to be cast
kind and amount of again the election year, but City separately next Tuesday Incumbent Jackson announced served as a city police officer and be obtained at City Hall by those at the City Fire Station next to
,era Clerk Merrill Edwards says he In addition city voters will several weeks ago that he would later as a city fireman prior to who will be unable to cast ballots city Hall.
insurance protection can expects only a little over 50 percent deckle' two City commission races.

help assure that Happy of the city's 2,406 registered In Group 5 current Mayor- -

New Year we all glibly t I city; seeking tyrant For City Hall JKec Complex

talk about. Is a free in. ,

surance survey by an J > I hanks !I Enticed by offers of a 100 percent City clerk Merrill Edwards Reno recreation area including grant for a sewerimprovementproject.
independent local agent federal grant, Starke city explained that the city is waiting renovation of the gym, lighting of .
the answer to adequate A of J Jesus' commissioners finalized plans for the architect: to submt the ball field and erection of a In an August 5 report to Mayor-
insurance?*' story For Your Support & Encouragement Tuesday night to submit updated plans for the dty hall community center. Comnnssioner Charles Schaefer
sun and told engineering outlines for a new before it can be determined whatit "There is just one requirement. W. F. Armentraut Jr. of Bessent.

Cliiirley E. Cash In My Effort For Political Office aty hall and a$192,000 recreation will cost.Commissioner. Epps told the commission, "Any Ilammack & Kuckman, Inc.,
by johnny complex. Harold Epps the project submitted has to be able outlined grants available to the
Elementary r There's no price tag yet on the dty' representative the North to begin on-sit construction dty which are probably in excess
CHINS AGENCY Lawtey Donna city hall, which would be built on Florida Regional Planning within 90 days of approval. The d$2 million. Included are a rental
School CafeteriaSat. the grounds of the present dty Council, told the commission that purpose of the grant is to provide assistance grant from the
131 SO WALNUT S'' Sept. 18. hall. Plans are also; in the offing the federal Public Works jobs, and they'll only be able to Department of Housing and
PHONE 9fi4-5O7O 7:30: PM. & 9.00 P.M. District 5 Fla Senate for a $150,000 fire department Employment Act of 1976 hire local I people to work on these Urban Development; a 100(( percent
.I 99.916 building, although that outline designed to fund work projectsfor things." grant for projects which
has not yet been submtted states and counties having a, improve quality of life in low-

Ill' higher- than average unemployment Epps and commissioner Charles income communities; Health and
il't a fait.. IGLE Off rate Is making $2 Schaefer plan to bring fire Rehabilitative Services programs
5 HOIIdGilfTTIS>sits it LIaf, dlll- SAlfTHURSDAY. billion available for construction department building plant to the for older citizens; Law
6..1 I THAN ANY"HII' FRIDAYAHD and renovation projects. Florida's NFRPC headquarters in Enforcement Administration
IAND31 any; IIOIID4 share of the $2 billion is $21 Gainesville this week. grants for the purchase of law-
Ji ? / L FAMILY DISCOUNT STOATS SATURDAY rrilI!ion, Rep said. The city is already in the enforcement equipment; and

He added that Bradford County process of receiving a$2.5 million state road maintenance funds.
with an unemployment rate of 7.7

ACtfS per through cent June for the qualifies months d for April the 15 Union Buses Take

PRICES ARC LOWER grant money, since the 7.7 percent
is ((Three-tenths of one To Roads Without Hitch
percent) .3 higher than the

national average unemployment Smooth the one word used Bill Foister principal of
day day fqfe saves you more, much more/ rate of 7.4. by all three principals Union County High School
The $192,000 recreation
Tuesday in Union County said "so far, so smooth, I'm
-,.. .. complex calls for a $125,000 ball schools to describe the first real excited. Kids never ceaseto
':r. ....l'
11 1O,;.;,;.iI complex to have five ban fields day of the 1976-77 school year. amaze me with their energy
--. ': SAVE and tennis and handball courts "Very good so far, a very and vitality." Enrollment was

A.Ir. :. .. "' ___ : ,..... \ ''l UP TO and $72,000 renovation of the smooth opening probably the down from last year with 414
..,- ..... ? I :.1 "-.-.-- ,'i.-WA'V.____- 'Co 6O % smoothest in years. It can be students on the first day of E
'f1'11' ;; attributed to good planning school with more expected to f

,,- II HISSES' Do and a good pre-school come later in the week.
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r.. ., I:7-1i. l'............. ZL1 \\ Imo' ,f") ) SPORTSWEAR workshop" said Martha Foister is also excited about
... ..... 01' y y.t. ,.- '1IICEcmI Riherd principal of Lake the new reading program. An
a extra Butler Kiementary School. individualized for
"I .., .. IP ....-I aNA I+ J program
I ,' ;k R a TANS TIK-11Ww. The elementary school had students to use the reading lab
\- P';;";.:" it ,!..:I I ".) I 94-1 If. Nlon.I ". money? 392 on the first day with about three days a week and regular ,
I. :: II s'; 1' ( e ULTEISM.1 30 that did not show but are classroom work two days a I f
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W..196 CoNa.Nbb.r. Income Tax Returns '
SAYE cent from last year. The extension of the classroom
san 18'\' ... 0 e.I.SI/ITS..2/U. / People whohavea(lair for dealing teacher-student ratio this year both the classroom and lab g
W. a/us Cotton. ,
YOUR with figures enjoy working will be I to 23. teachers will work
5 3c CHOICE 14'd!! :- t""' e KNIT SAOATf.....2/53 with the public and would like togetherwith
( ': h )W.,.J/488 Pol,.nylon. to earn extra income may enroll have the students.
in H&R Block Tax School been implementer this Implemented in 50 schools
1 year.
llSt O-" "INV Ml'' IVOT. .Ift e MIT fU6Ef,2/55 .
EACH MULTI-VISCOSITY' 17 07.. : W... inn Pol,...., With classes,, there in over is, almost 2.000 communities certain Special education that around the state the goal is to
10W-40 MOTOR OIL CIVES OR QT. MISTER CLEARER UiLE LISHTER OISFOSAILE' IHT1RE CLIO. "f1"Va1j. (Not oil......*."<.. to be a claae, near you Job included, a speech program, a reach all the students in the I
MS .
YOU> ALL-SUSOR PROTECTION PLUMBER DRUM OPENER CAPACITY' 'II FUN LARGE COLORS FVEl '1 "ON ANep' interviews, available for best gifted program and a specific high school with 75 per cent ,
Send for
students free information
learning disabilities group. A this year. The program, Title :
J .iI SIVC 43% Y HURRY'Cia. and class! schedules today Reading System Program and 4B, is funded by the state "

i IIUIIEIIMar -- J 'II ;I .... __ ':oiI : SA Y.... -=f" .... start. an early childhood preventive "There is a need for a I
PROTECTS r'Y -- .JI.I curriculum. reading program designed to
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GAR CARPET MEN'S Starting later in Septemberwill stimulate whatever level a 4
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.' \. .'. LONG SLEEVEi' t ",, "'J 1\\ each grade for the parentsto major effort to attack the
,. ,-t.TS v diuau ..... -eo DRESS SHIP 'rp (r&J : meet with the teachers and problem," said Foister.A .
9'C.-! J ":j..:. -I 4 \ discuss classroom programs. nurses aide training
CLEARAWAY t& "Rolling right withno in
00 \ SAME 1,00 : along program conjunction with
SAVE 34'J ; : 10% I III0Z 964.8286 I problems" said Randy Union General Hospital is
IIUIIIIU' 1.74sm 129 4 3 33\ Please send ma free Information Newland. as he began his being offered Roberta
CLEARS TOUR 1 9"7 I \ ; / about your fax preparation third year as principal of the Kuhlman, director of nurses,
I DISCOUNT PUCE U<< course I understand I
W"S there
I ; DISCOUNT PRICE WAS JOffTrti ; I is Lake Butler Middle School. will teach junior and seniors
v -IUNI mice WA!.J.tC' DISCOUNT PRICE WAS 1A9IATR ENURE. lUTNER ."WORK i Clack it, 'Ika 'tow net! )/ no obligationName "We have a good group of interested in this program.For .
9'C /,; TWO GALLON JOSS USLE TOWELS ,IN ROOTS WITH OOIITEM WELT U M-ITM' utforlMl .is porj-- ./ kids and a fine staff. I didn't every hour spent in the
LIQUID CNLORIRE KEEPSOUR FASHION PRINTS .R SOLIDS, OlittistMt' Jolt, salsa ctttr-csttM 'IOCS ./ / / I I expect "
MT POOL WATER SPARIURC CEREROUS 22i42" t MM1nW. Suet i 112.' pspn.ttr #f"I'NAC problems said classroom equal time will be
SUE -=- M 'tee SEHM'I 'toe cofcn Address Newland. "We are pleased to spent at the hospital.

... saVE 23"' V LUi PLUS ml pittsrn. SUn M.UL. \'v"I, I City I have George Teel with us." Thomas Mobley, director of
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l c.o""o'r.; I SIYE 20" ,2 SO-PI. 14-07. CERAMIC MOSSSTACSAILE .... State Teel is the assistant principal auxiliary services said the 15
'It r INI coming to Union
WAPIIREm ;' COLD DIII"I' ME I. n J. County from Union county school buses
-.r.dol.I DOS OR CAT ,\ PIPER COPS ,IR I COLORS i L.Phone .J the Alachua County school made the routes the first dayof R
FLUCOlUII I\-i. W system. school Tuesday "without a

77<: \ .. 77<= c 2 97c ___ j'' =-.' L hitch." \
ntl-iJ" DISOUNTPRIC! "Within, Your Means Now, Peace Of Mind
..J WEN' MO' } 1" Always "The buses will keep the
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\ M I IJ.7" YOU NEED A WILL unless minor changes must be

SAYE21"PLUS t: : smm f sm 34% 12.44....,, DISCOUNT PRIce w..s.a.M "' ::6VIlU Everyone should have a Will because It Is an made the and first these two will weeks be madein of
DOZEN : I ffontial document
1 OZ"alII MAID IV that will "
someday be school said .
RF needed. If
/F NEAE.A JAR LIDS '.011I1. SIFT VIITlSMSftM ii..R I you do not already have a Will make 66 passenger buses
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1 one
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Dolores Meng Batavia, Illinois and Georgia. in Germany they visited Uoaliiu Green and Elder \j. m. Y ':o--
468-1913 They enjoyed sightseeing Becky's sister and family By EUnOMtk Civ n. Walter officiating. Burial followed m.?

LOCAL along the way and the cool, C.W.O. and Mrs. Perry B., Dell Chapter OES Evening Worship at 7:45.: 11 am Evening Worship at S Mrs. Doshia S. Green, 59, the Dyal Cemetery with the I ,,
MEETINGS Hampton City sweater weather. Bartram in Rottenbach, a Dell Chapter 168 OES will Pleasant Grove and Mt. died Saturday, September 4 Archer Funeral Home- Ut.>
Council Thursday, Sept. 9 Mark Mitchell recently small village in the State of meet Thursday night, Morlah United Methodist p.m.Greater Bethlehem in the Polk General Hospitalin \ charge. 'A
8:00: p.m. City Ha I. arrived home after an Bavaria. Among the September 9, at 8 p.m. in the Church Parish Rev. Willie Freewill Baptist Church Rev. Bartow, following a brief '8
Hampton Area VolunteerFire interesting summer visiting highlights of their trip was a Masonic Hall on Brownlee Stitt pastor.Service activitiesas Jasper Williams, pastor. illness.A Mrs.Ophelia j|
Dept. Mon., Sept. 13 relatives and friends in ten day campout in the Street.All members are askedto follows: Monday night the Service schedule as follows native of Bradford
8:00: p.m. Firehouse Chicago, Ill. Mark was Beautiful Scandinavian please be present. Young Adult Choir rehearsed.At Services begin with rehearsalfor County, Mrs. Green was a MooreMrs.
Hampton city elections will fortunate enough to attend the countries of Denmark Plans are in the making for 7:30: Tuesday night Young the Tiny Tots Monday member oft the Pine Level
take place at the City Hall on Olympics and really enjoyed Sweden and Norway. Mr. andMrs. the Council meeting which Junior Choir rehearsal night at 7:30.: Tuesday night Baptist Church.
September 14. Two Ontario. Among the favorite Stevenson also enjoyed a will be held Saturday, Wednesday night Prayer Prayer Meeting. Wednesday Survivors include her Ophelia Moore, 89, ot.i1l
Candidates running for two events he attended were three day trip to Vienna, September 18, at 2 p.m. Meeting Thursday night night Senior Choir rehearsal. husband, Odell Green Sr.; a Brooker died Sept. 6 in then:
year terms will be selected boxing wrestling swimming, Austria. They returned via jet Prayer Meeting at 8 p.m Story hour Thursday night at son, Odell Green Jr. of Bradford County Hospital.
from John X. Allen, Ted soccer, and weight lifting. He from Frankfort to New York, REUNION PLANNEDAll Sunday School at 9:30.: 7:30.: The Ladies Circle will Dundee; four daughters Mrs. after a long illness. S?
Curtis whose term is expiring, also enjoyed watching then by Amtrak to Waldo. Interested members of Mt Moriah Services began meet Thursday night at 730.: Geraldine Edwards of Born in Starke January married"to 5.
Roy Roark and Olie Shepherd. cycling, field track and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Riddick the 1970 Bradford High Class with Prayer Meeting Tuesday Friday night at 7:30: Junior Pensacola, Mrs. Ruby Crewsof 1887, Mrs. Moore was ?
Amendment No. 1 to basketball. Mark liked the asked to Dundee Mrs. Mary Jane the late D. Grover Moore t
city entertained relatives and are meet Thursday, night at 7 p.m. Choir rehearsalat Choir rehearsal. Sunday ,
charter will also be voted on to camping trip with friends at friends with swimming, skiing September 9 at 8 p.m. at RJE 7:30.: Sunday School at 10 Services will begin with Crews of Junita, and Mrs. and was a member of the-;
determine whether the city Yellowstone National Park in and boating, as well as a cafeteria to discuss the a.m. Sunday School at 9:30.: Dorothy Reeves of Brooker Baptist Church. '!| ,
clerk position will be for two Wyoming and salmon fishing Labor Day cookout at the November 26 class reunion. Free Caa non True Church of Morning Worship at 11 a.m. Windemier; seven brothers, Survivors include two Buford sons;: I
years as are the mayor and in Lake Michigan.Mr. lake. For more information contact God In Unity Elder Sampson Evening Worship at 6 p.m. Joe, Robert,, Walker and Bill William B. Moore and
councilmen. Amendment No. and Mrs. Warren The Freeman Register Daisey Colman ((964-7995)) or White, pastor. Weekly Greater Allen Chapel Starling all of Starke, V. L. Moore both of Brooker and
2 stipulates that a special Stevenson and children families hosted their Linda Hampton ((964-8156)) services began with Prayer A.M.E. Church Rev. R.G. Starling of Lawtey Warren one brother, Jeff Lewis of
meeting will be held the day David, Cindy, Dee Dee and employees to a Labor Day after 5 p.m. Meeting each Tuesday nightat Heastie pastor. Service Starling of Keystone Heightsand Starke. }
after elections to be attendedby Ben are home following a party with skiing, boating, 7:30.: Tarrying Service at activities as follows: Men's Tommy Starling of Services were held
newly elected and present delightful summer. They left swimming and chicken bar-b- CHURCH NEWS 7:30: Wednesday night. Friday Day will be observed Sunday Tallahassee; three sisters, September 8 in Ft. Myers, the :
councilmen for the purpose of Waldo via Amtrak and visited St John Missionary Baptist night Bible Study. beginning with Sunday Schoolat Mrs. Lucia Thomas Mrs. burial was in Ft. Myers City .
installation of new officers. Warren's brother and family, que.Mrs.. Paul Meng, Mrs. Church, Rev. Willie Huffman, services will begin Sunday with 9:45.: Morning Worship at 11 Letha Mae Nettles and Joan Cemetery. DeWitt C. Jones ,:
There is to be no pay for Mr. and Mrs. David A. Frances Meng and Eugene pastor. Weekly services 'as Sunday School at 10 a.m. a.m. with Mr. Clarence Richards, all of Starke; her Funeral Home of Starke..
handled local
attendance at this meeting. Stevenson in Poughkeepsie attended the wedding of Larry follows: Monday at noon Morning Service at 11 a.m. Williams, speaker. Serviceswill mother, Mrs. Alma Starling of arrangements.What
Attendance at the Senior N.Y. for several days before Knepper and Hae Thi Nguyenon Prayer Band meeting. Evening Worship at 6 p.m. be held throughout the Starke; and 21 grandchildrenand this country needs is
Citizen Meeting held Sept. 3 departing for Frankfort Sept. 4 when Rev. Michael Wednesday night Prayer New Bethel and Ebenezer day. Each member is asked to five great-grandchildren. a credit card for charging
was reported very good. Mr. Germany on August 1. While Williams performed the Meeting and Bible Study. Baptist Church Rev. L.R. please cooperate with this Funeral Services were held things to experience. .
Joe Pentecost was allowed nuptial at St. William's Thursday night at 6 p m. choir Davis, pastor. Service activity, for success. Tuesday, September 7, in the -Quoted by Jack Ro .n- I '
five minutes at this meeting to TV SpecialFor Church in Keystone Heights. rehearsal. Friday night at 8 schedule as follows: Prayer Pine Level Baptist Church baum In San Francisco
campaign for the District 5 Hampton Elementary p.m. business meeting will be Meeting and Bible Study each Fcrho Now@lWashhBslmf with the Rev. Roman Alvarez Examiner
position on the County School Lunches for the week held. All members are urgedto Wednesday night at 7:30.: .4 1
Commission presently held by Seniors September 13 September 17 be present. Sunday services Sunday services will begin ;
Mrs. Hazel Paulk. are: will begin with Sunday Schoolat with Sunday School at 9:45.: GainesvilleLivestock t
Connie Clark, Hampton 1314A Monday: hamburger In 10 a.m. morning service at 11 Morning Worship at 11 a.m. Here's By how Bobbie deal Hill rA
Elementary School principal, Sept. Creole gravy tossed salad a.m. and at 3 p.m. second and Evening Worship at 6 p.m. most to with the :
invited members and their buttered corn, pear half, fourth Sundays. Visitors are Ebenezer Baptist Church, common stains: Marketi\\i
friends to enjoy lunches special program of biscuit and milk. always welcome. Weekly services as follows: Mildew-Presoak in warm
served at the school cafeteriaat entertainment and Information Tuesday: beef stew Antioch Baptist Church Tuesday night at 8 p.m. Bible water with Vi cup of Boratcem
the 85 cents rate paid by aimed especially at mashed potatoes, mustard Rev. Dennis Strong, pastor. Study. Thursday night Prayer Plus the bleach substitute, an Since prices have Increased the past few months \
teachers. Mr. Clark explainedthis senior citizens is called to the greens, fruit cup, cornbreadand Thursday night of each week Meeting at 7:30.: Sunday efficient stain fighter. Launder our selling charges are less on most cattle than
would be a good way to be attention of the J public! by Joe milk. Prayer Meeting at 7:30.: service will conclude with with the recommended amount most other Markets. ,
assured of a hot, well Kerrigan president of the Wednesday: peanut butter Sunday School will begin Sunday School. of soap or detergent plus 1 cup OUR MAXIMUM CHARGES ARE $5,25 EXCEPT LARGE
balanced meal at reasonablecost. Starke Senior Citizens Club. sandwich, macaroni and Sunday services at 10 a.m. Macedonia Freewill Baptist of the borax-based product. If
The two-part program tomatoes, English peas with Morning Worship at 11 a.m. Church, Rev. J.N. Butler the stain remains, sponge with BULLS $7.50 (Much less than 3% plus yar-
The Senior Citizens wish to entitled "Over Easy" will be carrots, one-half orange, Evening Worship at 7 p.m. pastor. Service activities as hydrogen peroxide and launder dage most other markets charge) .
give special thanks to Mr. and aired over PBS (Channel 7, cookie and milk. The First Born Church of follows: Services begin again.
Mrs. Karl Hoist who recently Jacksonville, and Channel 3, Thursday: sloppy joe on The Lrvhg GOO Elder S.V. Wednesday with Prayer Collars and Cuff-Wet the CATTLE SLAUGHTER HOGSMondays ,
presented them with Gainesville) at 8 p.m. on the bun, green beans with Cohens, pastor. Service Meeting and Bible Class. soiled areas and rub with the & Wednesdays Tuesdays 1\\
handmade gifts. These will be nights of September 13 and 14. potatoes, tossed salad, pound activities as follows: Tuesday Prayer Meeting will be held borax product, then launder. i
used as Bingo and Door Prizes Featured performers will be cake, peaches and milk. night at 7:45: Prayer Services. each Thursday night in Plrspirarion-Wet the stained FEEDER PIGS-1st Friday each month .t
for their Club. Mr. Hoist has Hugh Downs, Phyllis Diller, Friday: fish portions Friday night at 7:45: Tarrying rotation in each church in the area. Cover with the productand
been in ill health and his and Rudy Vallee. buttered grits, coleslaw, Services. Sunday School at community. Sunday serviceswill scrub. Let stand for 10 We test Cattle Wednesday-No Charge t
friends around Hampton are Kerrigan said the program hushpuppies, jello and milk. 10:30: Morning Worship at begin with Sunday Schoolat minutes, then launder. Also
will contain much informationof Guideline booklets 11:30.: Y.P.C.W. at 6 Have test Cattle here 11a.m.
thinking of him. were p.m. 10 a.m. Morning Worship at treat deodorant stains in this by fjt
use and help to senior distributed at the school last manner. v.
PERSONALS citizens, and recommended week. These pages contain
Mrs. Frankie Jean Keys, a that everyone over the age of valuable information about I Iu
former resident of Hampton 60 be sure to watch It. school policies, school :
Lake and now residing in Fort holidays, PTA officers and
Myers recently visited Mr. other important data which u t
and Mrs. Marklee Norman. SENIOR should be read by parents and l
Mrs. Marklee Norman kept for future reference.A 'f
attended the wedding at CITIZENSThe :
Lawtey on August 27 of free Pap smear test will {
Brenda Carter and Chad Continental be given Friday, Sept. 10,
Starling. Telephone from 10 a.m. until noon at the I
which the ;
Sympathy is extended to the company exchanges of Lawtey serves, Starke Hampton Post Office for all -I
family of Leland L. (Bud) women. Phone 964-7732 for
and Lake to
Kingsley applied .
Bedenbaugh, a former the Public Service more information. (
Hampton resident who died on Commission (PSC) in t
Sept. 5 in DeLand Nursing Tallahassee to increase its Paper Jungle t.t
Home. His son O.L rates for telephone service.In .. r a!
Government agencies print
Bedenbaugh and two its CTG asked to .
request z.i ..
daughters survive DeCand, have individual hue service about 10 billion sheets of papera ? .
also his sister. Ruby. increased from $8.30 to $12.10; year to be filled out by U.S.
Improvement in health is for two-party service from businesses-enough to fill more i
wished to: Mrs. Clarice $7.45 to $10.65; and on four- than 4 million cubic feet of
Adkins who was recently party service from $7.35 to space. Paperwork stemmingfrom I
for observation
hospitalized ; $9.20. Business rate increases federal state and local
Mrs Emory Prevatt who at the same percentages, were
out to
governments averages
underwent surgery at Alachua
also proposed. about 10 forms for man,
Mrs. every
General Hospital;
On July 23 the PSC
and child in the U.S. 1
Frances Wadsworth who is woman
suspended these rate changesand
recovering from a lawnmower ordered a public hearing. Each year:
accident; Fred Peeples who is No date has been set for the S The U.S. public spends
home following surgery at hearings. about $40 billion
on paper-
Alachua General and Mrs
Telephone service is no
Gerald Brown who has been ;
longer a luxury, but a
e The federal government I
under observation at North necessity, especially for the .
Florida Regional Hospital. elderly living on fixed spends about $1 U million to t!
Happy Birthday wishes go incomes. Rates should be process paperwork;
to Bill Wise who celebrated on reasonable for all classes of e Small business spends ".'
Sept. 5; Leslie Brown who subscribers.Do about $18 billion completing ,
celebrated his 8th birthday
you have a problem with paperwork; I
with his family on Sept. 5; Social Security, Medicare, e U.S. government spends
Fred Peeples Jr was 3 years Medicaid or other Call the about $1 billion for forms It
old and celebratedat ;
on Sept. 4 Social Security
a party for family and Administration in Gainesville U.S. government spends II
about $1 billion for directives
friends including sister collect 3762575. Most -
Donna who was 5 on Sept 6. problems can be solved by accompanying forms; I
Upon news that their sister phone and save you a long, hot a U.S. government spends
was ill. Mrs. Lester journey and waiting time. about $1.7 billion to file and
McCullough and Mrs. Raul Mr. Mayo of McDonald's store forms. ieP I
Prevail their mother Mrs. Restaurant distributed 10 per i
Everlena Southerland, and cent discount Senior Citizens Commission on r
little Zina Beth Young cards good on any food Federal Paperwork
accompanied by Mrs. Betty purchased at McDonalds..
Carter and two children Happy birthday Marion When all else fails) follow
traveled by camper to West Driscoll.. directions.
Paterson, N.J. to visit Mrs. Houston Driscoll is -Tht Peoria County :
E.J. Peer. After spending four hospitalized In the North H.E.A. Cookbook
days there Mrs. Peer's health Florida Regional Hospital in .

traveled improved back and home the stopping group Gainesville.The next. meeting is on fire.The ea rth most is the powerful human weapon soul on Use your eyes before you use your ears.

on the way to buy fresh September 14 at 1 p.m.
peaches in Maryland and Ferdinand Foch

spending the night in Rocky n-..... "-- -" ..... -......,.
Ml., N.C. They report \ .
everyone being very friendly Dirty Old Man Little Old Lady \ !

during their travels. Before think about How far safe?
Mrs. Nettie Griffin enjoyedthe AnybodyMotorized you putting up your away is
Labor Day weekend visit CB base antenna, make ute you've got Certainly a distance no less than the height I

of Corley her of sisters.Stewart.Mrs.Miss Marvin and Transportation your signals straight. .. :t::;;:;:.;," :. t, of the mast.

Mrs. Earlene Wise who spent from Up To 25 mph Street Legal To begin with, Citizen Band antennasr: :: .; t This safety rule not only goes for CB I

four Euporia.days with Miss.her. This was No Helmet RequiredNo unlike TV antennas, are under FCC .' t antennas but TV antennas as well. Or any metal

an especially happy time for Drivers License Required regulations. pole for that matter. i
the three sisters who had not
been together for 7 years. Mr. (IIS in \ olds, FCC and local rules sometimes differ on And here's another word of caution; even

and Mrs.daughter James A.Debbie Hendersonand of No Tag. No Insurance.] e the allowable height. So, before erecting when using guy wires to raise or lower your

Raiford. Mrs. Henderson No Inspection your antenna, check with the appropriate antenna you can't be assured of positive control.

returned home with Phyllisfor 150 MGQ authorities. I So, better double check the clearance.
Mrs. Jerry Wadsworth and And when you're ready to put it up, So many people are now tuning into CB that

and children Justin Jerry enjoyed, Robyn a weekend, Jody COMING THIS MONTH check on one other thing the clearance. we thought you should also be tuned into the

trip to Jekyl Island Ga with The slightest touch of your antenna or necessary safety requirements.
the lovely beach
sightseeing They attended a guy wire to a power line could cause you This safety message has been brought :

family reunion and were ALL NEW a serious shock. to you by Florida Power and Light as a public .; I

special guests at a Country HIGH.PERFORMANce4CVUNCER Here's how to play it safe. Make service. Because the .
Musical Show put on by Mr. STROKE serving public is really h
Shot Jadoon who stars on the FROM SUZUKI sure that you check all directions. In what we're here for.

TV other Hee singing Haw program stars. Mr.and FOR 1977 other words, not only the space above the ,'" $

Jackson had visited Jody 1977 antenna but all around. So, if your r "'" fo i

when they have he was kept hospitalized in contact and by GS750UZUKI antenna should happen to fall it won'thappen 1=p .1

letters and phone to fall onto a power line.

Hampton Lake r, I Icaricicy; is, a powerful servant. Respect !k.
Scott Clark celebrated his All 76 Models/Financing Available
14th birthday Sept. 2 by eatingout
at his favorite restaurantwith II I
his family and friends. OF TARKE I
Mr. and Mrs. Randy '" .
Scoggins have returned home 304 E. Call Starke Fla. 964-6020 "t
following a two weeks visit
with relatives in Ohio, I
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NOTICE you and you are required toserve Elizabeth Stork Shower ''
by Terry useful gifts.
a of written many
copy your
I Phone 782-3300 2
Edward Roberts has made I defenses. If any to It, on the Mrs. Phyllis Cornlne held Thursday, September

application to the Bradford I II plaintiff's attorney, whose name CHURCH OF GOD: Sunday Parents or other citizens Pastor and Mrs. Jim Hall received many useful gifts for at the Brooker Community Personals of

I! County Zoning Board for and address. Mack S. Futch School 10 a.m. Worship especially retirees, are and family attended the her expected baby at the Center.Twenty Hostesses guests for Mrs. Edna Thomas Eva '
classification of the propertydescribed I Esquire P.O. Drawer 1030, Services 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. invited to participate in a wedding of Mr. and Mrs. John shower given in her honor were present. Renee LaCrosse visited Wednesday Mrs. '
I below R1 C with I Starke, Florida 32091 and file the Prayer Meeting Tuesday 7:30: volunteer program at Lawtey McArthur of Vidalla, Ga., on Friday August 27 at the the occasion were Kirby: andSERVICEMEN Harrell I
I Special use located 1 11-2 miles I original with the elf1' of the p.m. and YPE Friday at 7:30: Elementary. Persons who are Saturday evening.Mr. Brooker Community Center. Benton Erline September I, to
south of Hwy 100 NW. Trestle I above styled court on ot jefore interested in working, on a About thirty friends enjoyedthe Mike Emery went home
I Fork Rd. at Sampson Lake in I October 1, 1976: otherwise a p.m.EVERGREEN BAPTIST: volunteer basis in any phaseor and Mrs. Charles occasion with her. ( Quincy for the Labor with Day
Section 28, Township 6 south, judgement maybe entered Sunday School 10 a.m. part of the school programare Sellers of Auburndale visited Hostesses were Renee Benton, t !; weekend. He Is staying
I Range 22 east 2.8 acres ((156 X I against you for the relief Worship Services 11 a.m. and asked to call the school their sister Mrs. Pierce Erline Kirby and Carol Lee his grandmother Mrs. Eva
1780)) to operate a Fish Camp, I demanded In the complaint or 7:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting office. Crews recently She went Jones. GaryBakken Harrell and attending college
Convenience Supplies and Bait petition. Wednesday at 8 p.m. home with them and stayed a in Lake City.
I Store. witness my hand and the seal FAITH BAPTIST PERSONALS week. Her sisters Mrs. Onie Bridal ShowerA Mrs. Charity Luke is in

This change In classification Is of said Court on August, 1976. CHURCH: Radio Programover Thornton and Mrs. Sellers bridal shower honoring Miss B. Bakken son of Mr. Bradford County Hospital.
subject to a public hearing to be As Clerk of said Court WPXE Starke 8 a.m. brought her home and stayed Darline Hazel Jones daughterof and Gary Mrs. Joseph B. Bakken of Please keep her in your

held on Tuesday. September 28, By: Marion McRae Sunday. Bible School 10 a.m. Pastor and Mrs. Jim Hall until Labor Day Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Jonesof Starke, has enlisted in the U.S. prayers.
1 1976 at 7:30: p.m., In the County As Deputy Clerk Worship Services 11 a.m. and and family visited briefly theJ. Brooker bride-elect of Air Force.A .
I I Commission Room in the I 9/2 4tchg 9/23 7:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting Counter family in Tampa. Sincere sympathy is David S. Brannen Jr. of Lake 1976 graduate of Bradford

i I Bradford County Courthouse. Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Bible While there they attended a extended to the Phillips Butler son of Mr. and Mrs. County High School Bakken -=-
i I At this time all persons NOTICE Of Study. Home Bible Study group families due to the death of J.T. Sowell of LaCrosse was will enter the Aircraft

I interested shall be heard for or SHERIFF'S SALE GRACE UNITED where they renewed Mrs. Joan Phillips of Electrical Systems field of In hit first fight as a professional

I I against the proposal, as Notice Is hereby given that I, METHODIST: Sunday School acquaintances with some Jacksonville who was hit by a training. He has completed six boxer. Paddy championship Ryan
t I specified in the Zoning Code of Dolph E. Reddish as sheriff of 9:45: a.m. Worship Services 11 former friends and were ableto hit and run driver early weeks of basic military won the heavyweight world. It- '

I Bradford County Bradford County Florida, under a.m. and 7:30: p.m. Prayer hear how the Lord has been Sunday morning.Mrs. FLORIDATHEATRE training at Lackland AFB of the
i l and by virtue of Writ of Execu Circle will be observed every blessing them in'recent Texas. happened In 18801!

.J I I A. R. Kiafer, Chairman tion, to-wit: Wednesday morning at 8 a.m. months. Joyce Futch of
I Bradford County Zoning Board Execution issued out of Choir Practice 7 p.m. and Blackshear Ga., stopped by

i ((1 t 9-9 I II County Court of Bradford United MYF at 8 p.m. at the Miss Elizabeth Terry was a for a short visit with her
---------- County, Florida pursuant to a church on Wednesday night. Tuesday overnight guest of sister Miss Elizabeth Terry, CENTRAL HEAT & AIR
: I- NOTICE Final Judgment for Florida Bankof There will be an Ice Cream her sister, Mrs. C. E. on Sunday afternoon.

I Starke, Florida, and against Social at the church on Strickland, of Gainesville. Frl Sat. & Sun.BTJRT .
: Viona Tew has made j Frank R. Gomes, defendant In Saturday evening at 7 o'clock. Other dinner guests on Mrs. Pierce Crews Mrs. Let us explain our energy
$916.20 HIGHLAND BAPTIST: Thornton and Mrs. Chas.
J I application to the Bradford the amount of together Wednesday were Mrs. Woody Onie
I I County Zoning Board for Home with costs of collection. Sunday School 10 a.m. Wester, of Gainesville, Miss Sellers visited their brother-
!I I Occupation Classification on I Have seized and have in my Worship Services 11 a.m. and Eve Futch, and Mrs. Steve in-law and sister, Mr. and RHYXVOX.DSW.W.A.1MD
: property described below I possession the following 7 p.m. Prayer Meeting Futch, of Starke. Miss Terry Mrs. Waldo Pringle, of saving system

I I located 1-4 mile West out of described personal property, to- Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. returned home with her niece, Worthington Springs on THE DIXIE
I Lavvtey on Rd. 125 on South wit: NORTHSIDE BAPTIST: Miss Eve Futch on Saturday. They with their
I ( side of Road in Section 22, 1968 Dodge, VIN Sunday School 10 a.m. Wednesday afternoon. sister Mrs. Pringle, went to DAXVCEKlXtfGSCLINT
Township 5 South, Range 22 LL41A8B286766, Tag No.45-56. Worship Services 11 a.m. and LaCrosse and visited their COMPLETELY
: East to operate an Upholstry As the property of the above 7:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting Mrs. Myra Rafuse spent last oldest sister Mrs. D. L. Shaw
.: Business in my home. 1 named defendant and that on Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. week with her brother Albert and nephew and niece, Mr.
This change in classification is Monday, the 20th day of September LAURA BAPTIST Davis of Fort Myers who is and Mrs. Johnny Outlaw and PLUS -

i subject to a public hearing to be 1976, at twelve o'clock CHURCH: Sunday School9:45a.m. : seriously ill. Our prayers are family.Mr. p INSTALLED149O
held on Tuesday, September 28, Noon on said day on the premises Worship Services 11 a.m. with them.
i 1976 at 7.30: p,m., In the County of the Bradford CountyJail and 7:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting and Mrs. B. L. Wilkison EASTWOOD
Commission Room in the I will offer for sale and sell Wednesday at 7:30: pm. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Cox of Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. B. L.

i Bradford County Courthouse. to the highest bidder for cash in SMYRNA MISSIONARY Lawtey are the proud parentsof Wilkison III, were Sunday THE OUTLAW
the above described BAPTIST CHURCH: Sunday dinner guests of their
; At this time all persons I hand, a daughter, born August19th evening $
I interested shall be heard for or I property of said defendant to School 10 a.m. Morning in St Vinoents Hospital, parents Mr. and Mrs. Bennett JOSEY WALES
I against the proposal, as I satisfy the aforesaid Execution. Worship 11 a.m. B.T.S. 5:45: Jacksonville. Grandparentsare Wilkison Sr.
I specified in the Zoning Code of I p.m. Evening Service 7 p.m. Mr.and Mrs. Lester Page From Warnir B'Ol t .
: Bradford County. I Dolph E. Reddish, Sheriff Prayer Meeting Wednesday at of Jacksonville and Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Brown

I Bradford county, Florida 7:30: pin Mrs. Ray Cox, of Starke. and Cynthia and their ((2-TON SYSTEM
I A. R. Kieter Chairman 1 8/264tchg 9/16/ ST. JOHN MISSIONARY mother Mrs. Lucille T. Ivey F 301 )

I Bradford County Zoning Board I Ii NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO BAPTIST CHURCH: Rev. Mrs. Daisy Boch spent were dinner guests of her son- plus any necessary
Willie Huffman pastor. in-law and daughter. Chief
i I1tp9.9 j REGISTER Thursday to Sunday night
L-------------+ FICTITIOUS NAME Church school 10 a.m. each with.her cousin, Mrs. Geneva and Mrs. William Klipp and electrical work
I' Pursuant to Section 866.09 Sunday with Supt. Chris Redding of Wildwood.Mrs. son Keith of Jacksonville.Keith RIVE I
Hamilton in charge. Church home with
Florida Statutes, notice is hereby
:,i BRADFORD COUNTY, that the undersigned service is at 11 l a.m. and 3 p.m. Jeanette Griffis them and will stay until
given Frl & Sat.
: FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISON on Second and fnnrth Dunlap and family of Napa Monday afternoon.
G.K. By 2313 N. Temple band at Y SAVE $$ ON
:: IN RE: ESTATE OF YERGER, Avenue, Starke, Fl., and R.R. Sundays. Prayer 12 Calif., plans to come visit her
.I Andrew L. Deceased Roseberry, Rt. 1, Box 499, Keystone noon Bible Class and Prayer parents, Mr.and Mrs. Sinclair Mrs. Lucille T. Ivey
;: File Number Heights Fl., doing Meeting Wednesday at 5:30: Griffis on September 16th. She attended the Senior Citizens YOUR ELECTRIC
,:' Division business under the firm name of p.m. Choir rehearsal at 6 p.m. will be glad to have any of her Meeting at Hampton on 0

; NOTICE OF "G ft R MOTORS", Market Thursday.LAWTEV. friends and relatives come see Friday night.
" :: ANCILLARYADMINISTRATION her while she is here. BILL
Road & 301 1 North, Starke, SCIIOOLNEWS
g4 i!; .:
Bradford County, Florida 32091, Theres8a4.ilClub
F i;: TO ALL PERSONS HAVING )intends to register said fictitious openedits' Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Griffis Harrier's new "SUPER
;: CLAIMS OR DEMANDS name under the provisions of Lawtey Elementary students and family, Mrs. Maines E" unit it now alto
doors to 296
To BeOrganized
AGAINSTTHEABOVE ESTATE Griffis and children of
i aforesaid statute. 30. Twelve available. Demand to
If AND ALL OTHER PERSONS Monday August Palatka Mrs. Tom Whaleyand IMNNN
G,K. By and R.R. Roeeberry, full-timefaculty plus librarianand tee efficiency
comparisons -
: INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE: girls, of Tampa, Danny
joint owners. will be
Title I
,, YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED Dated this 26th day of personnel Luke of Heilbronn Mr. and befere you buy.
of the instructional staff 1
that the administration of the part Mrs. Robert Smith and family 1 Carrier bats them all
August, A.D. 1976 at Starke, that will the pupils this A new 4-H club for the
I estate of Andrew L. Verger, Florida. serve were Sunday dinner guests of Theressa area will hold it's up to 70% depending

'i deceased, File Number, is 8/26 4tchg 9/16 year. School their mother, Mrs. Nellie organizational meeting on >n, the brand.
t\ pending in the Circuit Court for ...................1..A:..I Advisory The Committee Lawtey held its Wilkinson, and sister, Mrs. Tuesday, September 14, at
::1 Bradford County, Florida ..
NOTICE OF first of the school Daisy 7:30 p.m. in the Theressa
: meeting
.! Probate Division, the address of TO REGISTER Community Center.
l 24th. The
!/ which is Starke Florida. The year on August Mrs. Gladys Morris and
FICTITIOUS NAME Committee met at the school Interested adults and youth Plus
:I personal representative of the Pursuant to Section 866.09 and later of the Mrs. Sophie Starling, of (grades 3-12) are invited to
:lj i estate is Mack S. Futch whose Florida Statutes, notice is were Community guests Dunellon, spent the weekend this meeting.The Charles Bronson In
': address is P.O. Drawer 1030, Lawtey with her brother-in-law and
hereby given that the undersigned Correctional Center for the Starke 4-H Club will
,: Starke Florida 32091. The M.A. Payne, Jr., 515 W. sister Mr. and Mrs. Jim have a reorganizational
meal. Also for
and address of the evening present HARD TIMESSun.
;, name Rosier. AIR CONDITION
"' Brownies St., Starke Fl., Kamel the meeting were members of meeting on Thursday I SERVICE I
personal representative'sattorney Haddad, 442F W. Madison St., the P.T.A. Executive September 9, at 7:30: p,m. in I
;.: are set forth below. Starke, Fl., and Connie J. Committee.The Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Harper the Civil Defense Building. ALL BRANDS AND MAKES OF AIR
.: All persons having claims or Noegel, 442F W. Madison St., first P.T.A. meeting is and son, of Starke, were Adults as well as youth are Mon.1B
: demands against the estate are Starke Fl., doing business scheduled for Tuesday guests of their grandparents, needed to get this club off to a CONDITION SYSTEMS SERVICED
u, reQuired WITHIN THREE under the firm name of "THE Mr. and Mrs. Carl Prevatt on good start. Glynn Turman In"J.D.'s
21 at the school PROMPTLY AND
j Wednesday afternoon. Their
LOOKING GLASS STYLING cafeteria. 4-H is open to all without
:''j THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF CENTER," 442 F West MadisonSt. son-in-law and daughter Mr. regard to race, color or Revenge"Plus
'j THIS NOTICE, to file with\ the and Mrs. L. H. Harper visited
.. Starke Bradford County, national origin. For further
derk of the above court a Florida, intends to register said Legal! them on Friday afternoon. information contact Lowell
written statement of claim
any fictitious name under the provi- Parrish at 9646554.
or demand they may have. Each sions of aforesaid statute. Miss Elizabeth Terry and
claim must be in and NOTICE OF AN ENACTMENT
writing Miss Arthurine Blanchard
M.A. Payne, Jr., Kamel
must indicate the basis for the OF AN ORDINANCE TO visited her sister Miss Enza The Future Air
Hadded, Connie J. Noegel, joint Protect Conditioning
dm the name and address of owners. AMEND SECTION 2 Blanchard Mrs. Wolf, and To protect your I loved, ones

the creditor or his agent or Dated this 25th day of CORPORATE LIMITS, OF Mrs. Thelma Wilson, of Baker give to the American Cancer I I IAn
attorney and the amount August AD., 1976 at Starke, ARTICLE 1 OF THE CHARTER County Nursing Home of Society whose programs of ed- 332 W. Madison StarkePh.
claimed If the claim PROVISIONS OF THE CITY OF
is not yet
Florida. Macclenny on Friday ucation, research, and service ,
due the date when it will STARKE BY ADDING AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL RettaM 964-7701
\ / afternoon. of .
8/26 4tp 9/16/ help bung the conquest cancer COLOR pf Inti by Movlvlab
become due shall be stated. If THERETO ADDITIONAL LIMIT
closer day.
-------------- BY
Die claim 'is contingent or BOUNDARIES Mrs. Jewel Wade of Tampa
unliquidated, the nature of the NOTICE OF VOLUNTARY ANNEXATION, and Mrs. Pearl Boyer, of
uncertainty shall be stated If the SHERIFF'S SALE PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE Fairfield, spent the weekend

claim 'is secured the security Notice is hereby given that I, DATE. with their brother-in-law and ,
shaN be described, The claimant Dolph E. Reddish, as sheriff of sister Mr. and Mrs. Fred $
,. shall deliver sufficient copies of Bradford County, Florida under TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Moore. While here they with
the claim to the dark to enable and by virtue of Writ of Execution Notice is hereby given that on Mrs. Moore visited another
the clerk to mail one copy to to-wit\ / : October 5, 1976 at 7 o'clock sister. Miss Rachel Boyer in GET A GATOR .
each personal representatIVe. Execution issued out of Circuit p.m. in accordance with Section Jacksonville.Mrs. .
All persons interested in the Court of day County, Florida 166.041-13)) ( ) Florida Statutes, ri
,: estate to whom a copy tf this pursuant to a Final Judgment for the City Commission of the City Ida Sebastian and Mr. atGuaranty s
Notice. of Administration has Clarence J. Dear and Louse D. of Starke, shall hold a public and Mrs. Willis Chamberlin,
been mailed" are required. Dear and against Ray Brum- hearing at the City Hall, 209 of Jacksonville were .. ,A
I : WITHIN THREE MONTHS baugh and LoveWa Brumbaugh, North Thompson Street Starke, Saturday dinner guests of Federal ;
I ''FROM THE DATE OF THE defendants, in the amount of Rorida, in regard to the their son and daughter-in-law n
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS $9.307,69 together with costs of proposed ordinance of which Mr. and Mrs. Jim & Loan ',.
: NOTICE. to file any objections collection. was read for the first time in full Chamberlin. Their Sunday Savings

I they may have that challengesthe Have seized and have n my on the 7th day of September, A. dinner guests were their son- .; '
validity of the decedent's possession the following D., 1976. and sad proposed in-law and daughter, Mr. and of Gainesville .
will the qualifications of the described. personal property to- ordinance shall be available and Mrs. Bruce Hartman, of ..
personal representative or the wit: may be inspected by the publicat Jacksonville.Mrs. .
i venue or jurisdiction of the Commence: at the Southeast the City Hall of the City of

court corner of Lot INDIAN BEACH, Starke, Florida, and all Charles Sellers, Mrs.
ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS. Unit 3, run West:300'for point of interested parties may appear Onie Thornton and Mrs. With minimum balance of only
i AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO. beginning continue West 50' and be heard with the respect to Pierce: Crews, stopped by for a a ;
FILED WILL BE FOREVER thence North 5 degrees West the proposed ordinance, and the visit with Mrs. Bryan $100 in your Guaranty Federal

BARRED 356' to Southerly right-of-way final reading shall be held on Whitfield at Campville, on
i Date of the first publication of State Road S-21-B Leg "A", October 5, 1976. their return to Lawtey on Savings Account you can buy
this Notice of Administration thence South 80 degrees East Dated this 7th day of Thursday.Mrs. "Ali'Gator';' for $5.00 plus tax. If

; September 2. 1976. :350' South along the West right- September, 1976. account with we are offering it to for
don't have a savings us you only
Mark S. Futch of.way State Road 21, 292,43', City Commission of the City of Pat Walker and son of you
i As Personal Representative North 81 degrees West :30CT Starke, Florida. Brunswick, Ga., spent the $10.00 plus tax. Its suggested retail price Is $14.95 plus tax.
of the Estate of Andrew 7 62, weekend
South degrees East 5' to with her
L. Yerger pant of beginning. ALSO the By (si) Memll Edwards grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL Southerly 62,5' of the East :30ff Clerk of said Board Carl Prevatt.Mr. "Ali'Gator" is the perfect gift for a sweetheart, grandchild, son,

MACK REPRESENTATIVE S. Futch : of Lot 6 of INDIAN BEACH Unit I t 9-9 daughter, friend or it is a perfect companion for you at the Gator games.
3. lying and being in Section 36, -------------- and Mrs. Lester Walker

C/O.O.PIERCE Drawer 6 1030 HARDY Starke PAP ,. Township 8 South Range 22 NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO and sons, spent the long Hurry up and get your "Ali'Gator" so you or someone very special to you

Florida 32091 East.As REGISTER weekend visiting their can enjoy him like Debbie here does.
the property of the above parents Mr. and Mrs. John
\9 2 2tchg 9'9 named defendant and that on FICTITIOUS NAME Steele and other relatives of

............................I Monday, the 13th day of Sept- Pursuant to Section 86609 Monroe, Tenn.
ember, 1976 at twelve o'clock Florida Statutes notice is
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Noon on said day on the premises given that the undersigned Mrs. Carolyn Holmes and -Hurry, Limited Quantities-
Edward Roberts, P.O. Box 288,
FLORIDA IN AND FOR Courthouse of the I will Bradford offer for County sale Lawtey, and Marcus Norman, children weekend of with Starke Mr. and spent Mrs.the Sorry only 2 per customer No Dealers

BRADFORD COUNTY P.O. Box 288 Starke, FL, are
and sell to the highest bidder for William Mobley of Chiefland.
cash in hand, the above doing business" under the firm

CASE CIVIL No.ACTION 76-274 defendant described to property satisfy the of afore-said name PLUMBING of CO."BRADFORD, 105 E. Dougherty Major and and Mrs.children James of f;! ;';

In re: The marriage of BILLY said Execution. Madison, St., Starke, R, intendsto
Valdosta Ga.
the IESlEI
J "Petitioner ROGER BRANHAM REGINA Husband-GAIL register said fictitious name weekend with their spent parents 395 West Madison Street '
-vs- under the provisions of aforesaid Guaranty
BRANHAM wife-Respondent Dolph E. Reddish, Sheriff statute. Col. and Mrs. William Wilson. IIII Starka {iJ"
Bradford Fla
,I NOTICE OF SUIT Edward Roberts and Marcus ..,,
: Federal
8/194tcrg 9/9 Mr. and
Mrs. R. W. ... r
NO PROPERTYTo Norman, joint owners. Gainesville, Keystone e . .
------ Edwards of
---- Jacksonville
' : REGINA GAIL BRANHAMYOU --------- Dated this 2 day of September, Sunday dinner were ( Savings & Loan Association Heights Lake Butler .ate
ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat FOR BALES M.(.lflif. A.D. 1976 at Starke, Florida guests of their \, of Gainesville and Clearwater Beach
Mr. and
an action for Dissolution of (I.M.. .! ill .1.( .. Wltk 4tchg 92930 parents Mrs. B. L.
filed .......... At The Office Skip.I Wilkison Sr.
marriage has been against --------------


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ServicemenDonald '&1f .. "

Thomas /7M .

Is AF Enlistee Mt'Id// "

Donald W. Thomas, son of

Mrs Sue Thomas of Miami,

has enlisted in the U.S. Air' ,

Force.A ,.x -=r. .'1 rt!?!. :
1976 graduate of Bradford ..--wo;......,.___.u ----- ,__ ....;JI a!: II
will County enter High School the ,Aircraft Thomas PERSONAL SERVICEMOBILE WANTED FOR SALE FOR SALEFOR o I''I i':

Electrical Systems field 25 urea frame heuie and
FOR RENT 2 br mobile YARD SALE: Friday only! SALE- Baae Linear
barn, NW of Starke.
training. He has completed mobile home hurricane. anchortag WANTED Part
six time. home In country 1 child. 9-5 Household 'items, tiger 250 pine 10 month old,
p.m. - -
weeks of basic military and mobile home root eoattag. Occasional local work verify' $170. Piton 9648993. \: .:
(110 964-8498 9/2
Itp furniture, some antique. 9 urea paeturo lad, reaeoaable -
training at Lackland AFB Win' MOBILE Home Ser "log major/ aeriaHaed mer- 9/2 2tp 9/9
vice. Paul Meog, Hampton L"eBoo.Remp.ffRo..8.ltp price. "'!"
9844606. St. Rd. 16W A
fTexas.; chandlae ot stores for maoufactarera - 7rwiutearI!
Jet 213, Stark, Fla. tfchg
and banka. FOR SALE: Ladle. 10 speed Very alee Urge 3 BR, 2B,
FOR "9
Reipon.lble opportunity SALEFor hike, 50. Slide projector C1I&A, corner lot la tow.

John M.ConnardIs Write Invenchek, Boa 76680, with, serene and caaaotte - i REALTY
Summer Seaman MISCELLANEOUSHAPPY Atlanta, GA. 30328. 9/9 3tp Safe Costal Bermuda MUST SELL Stereo, turn., player and recorder, 150. 5-10 aero tract, .high. .laad on p t ''I

Midshipman John M. ------------- 9/23 hay, 1.50 bale 468-1985 app!.. cloth lag, etc..New Phoae 964-80M. lip 9/9 paved. rood,Graham area. .':,. _____ I") )I

Connard, 23, son of Freda C. tfchg thru S...Aloe,land In pecan -- U
Connard of North Jacksonville BIRTHDAY to Jim --- ...." ..S$.I6-E to Ellington Lg.Frame houeo oa earner lot IDctty. 4 :
Faulkner on his 50th For Sale Llqald chicken U.S. daeo to ehopplng. area. _
: mile from
Rd. 3011.
Beach has ((3 '
participated in the
Birthday From His' Family WANTED Used refrigerator. fertaUer, (10/toa. tone to _
r. Naval Academy's "Summer 1& 9/9 ,.washers and stoves la the truck. Delivered and Follow algae.. Up 9/9 Floriland Realty 3 to 6 aeraa clew, 4 ml. N/W ofStarke. \,

at Sea" program.The ---------- good condition. Call Dah- apread for '0.. W.A. Cecella Terwilledar f' ,
program is designed to WEEK'S mera Dlaconnt, 9647923. tfa Provott, 468-1985 Hampton.Fla. 2 Iota I. Crystal Lake. Eat.
't' BAIT TACKLE. FOR SALE: SwIamoJaw poai 1 A 2 ocroa'mobOo'borne.
tie. ettee.
give midshipmen practical Each 180' s 185'. COUNTY IS
Midway between Keystone ...... I inadlng -.*-.. N.W of Stark Term. BRADFORD :
experience to supplement and Melrone. Featuring live WANTED. Form A FOR SALE Diamond needles and sli... Inter ... ............. - -
their academic :3 BR Frame .. City, 1/2 A.
training. bait I.e.ski. parta & boating construction mach-equipwe- fray etereoover 247 dUterentonei rectangular pool WI over from GEORGE ROBERTS JR. 30 minutes to Gainesville
During a deployment to the hlclea. Let ae sell your Iris aeaaoa. 1/2 price, Let. Jacksonville
auppllaa. Opening before wo have them all. Dahmera guaranteed K.g.RmlEitatt Broker 40 minutes to
Mediterranean Sea with shipsof surplus for '0.. Open Utacouat. aiotalliHon and teems.Ccl 9647828It 50 minutes to Silver Springs
daylight tlchg. 23 A. fronts ea St. Rd. IS.
the U.S. Sixth / Monday thru Saturday, 8:30 collect Jaekaoovflle days
Fleet orevening.
minutes to St. Augustine
,, 50
With .
.r "
1 Connard gained professional ----- ---- to 6. Northeaat Florida \904/398-6103.( ddIi.WATSON'S !
UNION SEPTIC TANK, Equipment Auction. 1)9-17) 29 PATIO COVER 80 minutes to Daytona
experience in x sae.with
basic DIRT North Green Cove Springs, 1 to :S Septic 150 minutes to Cape Kennedy
HAULING & unlmtaDed
lariated $1850 HOUSE OF
seamanship, navigation, 284-5977. tfchgWANTEDi tank -29 per coat dews 150 minutes to Disney World
and LANDSCAPING: Cal anytime 11-,00. Gator Mobfle Home VACUUMS. Mary brood at "int. baL
8 coat .
gunnery communications. oa
for oitlmatea 431.1614 Service... 372-97B7. U.... new vacuum. *. Vend -....-' per
Additionally, he - -----
participatedin or 4311061. 9/9 4tehg 9/30 Accountant available. Expert Repaira, al Duplex alee return ea with
yearfatveatmeot. block
U.S. Sixth Fleet exercisesand Prefer aome college background make Part and aeceaaoriee for //'oJ" Cleardon- Large well building one \
studied shiphandling and ------------ In accounting" tp'I. Orange Park Cake aD .......... Built-in centraliiiaa .. acre zoned commercial on Rd. U W additional
shipboard weapons fire GRAPEFRUIT PILL with Call 4733360. tfchg Decorating Supplies moth ..... deaniag. .,...... 404 3 BR Brick home. VEAL ESTATE acreage can be purchased.
control. Diadax, eat aatlalylng mesh on Blending Blvd.left on 22- NW' 10th Ave. CahMvtBe. 376LONCCHAMP -- - G''Or. c -----
and loao weight. now eitra B, 1/4 mile dowa oa left. 7110. delli. Watch for the aba of parcel., Challenge? We have the Green property on 601 W.
Beautiful ehaded lot atKlngeley
strength formula. Andrewa WANTED Waitress Phone 264-3604 closed Sat. our 48 A.farm win be .undi Call with one acre-also 2 additional lots -can be
Lake with nice
Drug. 8/26 9/30 wanted Bring ad for 10 oil.
4tp Ztchg Norman'a percent
vided late. sold altogether or separately.We .
2460 doable wide MH
8/5 8t 9/23
Re.taurant, W elelo. Flo. Zip
RATES -- 9/2.9/16 1 - CH&A 3 BR, 2 bathe LR -----
FOR SALE) Mobile Home Parts 10 A. tracto. IS percent DR.F.... Rm.patio atoragobldga. have several homes from $15,000 up that can IN
Deadline for Insertion MOTORCYCLES ---- and aupnUee. OLIN'S MOBILE dews, toned trailera. aB for 122500. financed with minimum down payment and tow

Tuesday Noon preceding MUfORCYCLF.q--- WANTED Need per.on HOME SALES Hwy. 100 W. Home and Building - - monthly payments.
Thursday before experienced In general) Stoke, 904-5rt) trchg. MataiaIoWFBVILD Doable wide mobile home SR-100-S neat 1450 sq. ft.3 -----
SUZUKI OF STARKE! Your Bookkeeping or equal In for root with appliance. BR CB homo on 3.2 acre 288
publication. authorized Suzuki Deafer.Phono Bookkeeping. education. 1165 per mo. plus damage q.. ft.gar. could .bo 4th BR. Children want horses A family needs large home I
9644020. 304 Fiat Cal Street.tlchg. Salary commensurate with FOR SALE: Mobile 'home lad'S5down. bracket.We .
depo.lt. Lgo. 3Si30 in good condition 1 in the forty thousand \
"Ymr Plant Or Our. aep. garage 1\
( .Few lota adD availablehi
Minimum Charge 12.00: ; ability. Send resume to P.O. - poiiibQItlee 138900. ...
Your Lot Or Our many
Drawer A,Starke FL eeveral. oubdlvWona. Ph. 468-
(Covers 13 Words) 32091
1551. tfchg. -FREE F TTIItATIRadelagRepair. Auoc. - need 20 acres with :3 or 4 B R- Cash.
Each word over 15 FOR SALE 1972 Honda Itchg 92LOST Pea,4AndrewL 964.7739VUUVIEP.0D0M 2 BR frame stove A ret. off -----

10 cents 350ce. GOOD SHAPE. $375. ---------- AddIII.I 301N $13,000 torma. Country Club Estates-Lovely brick home on 2 .

Can 964-8744. tfchgFORMICA FOR SALE Yamaha electronic Homea Bought.. Reg.Broker - beautiful lots :3 or 4 BR 2B LR. attractive I
All Classified Ads must be AND FOUND atage organ,excellent Sold-Traded 964476 984-7TO. 3 BR frame CII4 In Starke kitchen with large dining area family room CH&A.
---------- Cor. lot fenced 115,000.
paid for In advance unless condition, cover Included Owner transferred.The .
- I 1
you have an established MISSING! One tan and 5875(1200 after negotiable.4. tfpd Call 964- ACREAGE 9644853 FOR SALE 2 BR frame ocreenod porch _____ "

account with the 4x8 Sheets 600 white male Collie. Has la Starke ultimate 2200 sq. ft. all large rooms LR ,

Telegraph In that event 50 Infected eye and needa FOR SALE. Farm 6V Jhcp 801 South,Sl4rb Ralph Bryan -110,000 DR. Kitchen. 4 Bedrooms, two tile baths. Brick .

cents extra] charge for 500 Sheets Available medicine. Last Been oa construction mach-equlp-vebides. aMEN 2 BR frame I acre (7,300 fully carpeted. CH&A. Pav.ddrlv.way.1acr.. only

billing. Not responsible for OLINMOBILE Grlllla Loop. Comes to the Open Monday thru Real EstateSpodaluing 8.7 acres, SR100S- (15,500 2 years old out of city limits. I
errors when given over the name of BumBum. CaD 96..- Saturday, 8:30: to 6. Consignments - -----

phone or when copy Is not HOMEAUTOMOBILESJJSED 8004 or 964-8245. Itp 9/9 welcome. Northeast OR WOMENExp.rl.nc.d 'hi Lou aad Acreage 5 acres up tome Lowdown paymentWe have several nearly new
Equipment - -
typed and brought to the ......
Mobfle. .
For with attractive
---------- Anctloa. US-17. North agents Bulldmg 10 acre cleared (13,900 homes financing.
Green Cove Springs, 284- wanted. Health -- - -----
HOUSES FOR SALE 5977. ttchg Roomy 4 bdrm., 2 story en 10 SR230E (22,000 Professional office & home Large brick home
........<%.............. Insurance, 55 percent beautiful corner lot .hi city acre.
- CH&A. 301 across from Fat Boys & Wishbone
Dine & Dance FOR SALE '75 Vega FOR SALE 2 story house,6 FOR SALE OR RENT: No commissions. 45 percenton Reduced for quick nab 40 acres wooded MO00 Chicken.

Station wagon air cond., room and 3 bathe on 1 acre qualifying 1974 24 x 68 renewals across the $14,000. - -----

; At The AM radio 17,000 milea. Call land. 6 weeks old, a. I. by mobile home, :3 BR, 2 bath board. Life Insurance -- Wo have othera caD ua Older home adjacent to shopping center CH&A

964-8261 alter 600. tfchg owner 2 wOes west of private lot 4 mike south of commission 70 percent.Semtannualization Lou oa Sampeoa. Lake 100 ftoa anytime7823806Atcletea: with /
Starke on SR.100. 21500. Starke off 301, $1.000 down on water.17300 .owner Baaacmg. acreage.Swimming
?'fl.!...". SIv., Sta, ------------- 9/9 or rent (195 month. Call commissions. Vested renewals 964-7154 A 782-3397 -----

FOR SALE: 1972 Mercury lip __ -"'\ GalneavlDe. 3751120. tfchg. on life and health ="' pool Neat package Saratoga Hgts.

RestaurantsLounge Marquis SI,600. Phone 64H054. insurance We provide Acreage and Iota, large ami.mall. I 2AWTEY.Fin. ----*ff9" M? .tt tfmMtMJMParadise
Itp 9/9 FOR SALE 1!.l5 Double...,FOR SALE Farm aad leads for you. Opportunity Several lecatloa. c,: '78238O6Wail 1-7+
; ... Lake Large home on 2 picturesque lots. ;
-- wide on 3"I/" acrea, locatedon construction mach. equip a LLfl w." a "ra
r' ----------- for advancements.Send owner financing.
FOR SALE 1954 Chevy. 1/2 Bayleaa Hwy 3 BR, 2 vehicle.. Open Monday thru resume to: - -----
Live Entertainment bath central air and heat, Saturday, 8:30: tU 6. Con- Potpourri 20 acres plus modern
(200 caah. ---
ton pickup P.O. Box 236 -------- ,
alia meat homo..Commercial property on 301 lots on
* * carpet thru-out. 18500. a welcome. Northeast RALPHBRYAN
r 9/9
Phone Ocala, Fla. 32670
431.1508-1tchg Phone GameavOle, 372.7666 Florida Equipment E Realtor I Drilling Crosby Lake Green Acres Bessent Road & Little
17 Panama Wed & Thursr Auction Reserve Life Ins. Co.
--- or 9648699. lip 9/9 US-17. North 994- 788 dayer nigbtALTO" Lake Santa Fe.Cecelia.
Green Cove Spring. 284- 8:34 4tchg 9116:
r II In The) Fairi/y/ FOR SALE 1965 Ford C- ------------ 5977. tfchg. r uE '. I 2" thru 6" Realtor
/ T. Terwillegar.
800 Cab over cha.al. See at
FOR SALE Home with
Fri& Sat & Sun
* * * Register Oil Company, 308 Income. 4 BR house on 3 FOR SALE Deluxe Fred Sackett I Fast Rotary I II 206 West Madison Avenue Starke Florida

Jam Session Coming Soon South. Thoin.l.ooa. tfchg_ acrea with 2 rental trailera. Aluminum |IMSI!! | aboveground MOBILE HOME I Drilling Equipment

Mon a Tues louse haa 2200 aqu.ro feet swimming ,....112115| ] REALTOR
FOR SALE 1975 PoatlaeCatallna. floor space 35000. Some 24 and 15 m 33 complete PARK STATE LICENSED m OFFICE PHONE 64-777o

f For Information Call 475.9474 2 Door Hard Top owner financing available. year old. repoaaeaaed. Starka Office 904 9644522 HOME PHONE 964-5145
Small Equity, take up paymenta Phone 964.8253. 9/9 Ztchg Sacrifice 1/2 price. Call 205 N.Temple[IUS-301] InoUeatTLkalU.
I No Cove Charge During The Week Call alter 5 p.m. 964- 9/16 collect: 904-398-8874. tfchg. Walk to Bradford Spur I Pumps REALTOR
Office 904 468-1753 '"
5806.. tfpd Hampton OrThvmtown930PerMmib I I
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6 mllee South of
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FOR SALE 1968 Ford HOUSE FOR SALE SW FOR SALE: 38 Snub a.gua .. bead. Starke en U9-3QJ. New UsedSalesPartsService

PERSONAL. SERVICE. Fau-lane. dr. Sedan 6 cyl., corner Weldoa aad Grand. $56.22 hand gone(24 X,5 - An Otj CeeveahoMeoFhe "

AVON CALLING:Yo'huV 01'../ automatic tran.. Rood cond.. 100 x 73 and Bldga. (8,500. automata; guaoDhmera Hampton 5 BR, 2 1/2 bath ,PoUce.. Freteeuoa.Oty !
Avon. Call 754.:2W7 or write (400 Phone 964-7220 2 tchg Phone 964.5609 9/2 Itchg" DI_.. tfchg. 128900. Goo,Watered Sewer THOMAS REALTY

lama Hyatt. P.O.Box 220.Lake 9/2 9/16 ___ __ _n_____.__ ---r-- I I E-Z TermsPlumbing I
City Florida, tfch*. --.---------- Starke-! BR, 1 bath (15,500 Jo-Lu Motel 621 North Walnut St.
HOISE FOR SALE 3 br FOR SALE: 7 ft. Mauey - I Starke.Florida 32091
-- -------- ---- WANTED house, garage and double car Ferguson Scythe mower. Starke :3 BR, 1 lit .bath 964-881 T/* I 9644162

WH.L BABY SIT for any axe port. On 100 ft. x 155 ft. lot. CaD 9644721. Itp 9/9 21500. (Formerly A.J.Them. Real E.Utel
chid la my ho..... 9)>4 Kil.BILL'S 410 W. Andrews St. $7,900 - -

,. U..... WANTED: Clerk Typlat II CASH. Tolbert McCoy FOR SALE Feeder Starke-::1 BR, I bath (25,300 I New Installation I II 5 acroe oa 100-A near sky limit.
: pigs:
position open for Bradford Phone 964-7818 9/2 2tp 9/9 - BeforeYou -
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County Civil Defenae. Mint _. York Cro... 10 weeka old. 40 (700 A. I .. 301
SAW SHOP: Completo -- -------- Hampton acne Remodeling B..hteea Opportunity 3000 ft. CB Building ea
$30. Cal 782-3635.
.tate teat and type 5O Itp 9/9 - with overhead office and. .
sharpening aervlco. circular pall FOR SALE OR RENT 2 storage soma equipment..
,hand, carbide chdn. mower G.W.PM., 40 hr*. a week. br. block house In city Starke-3 BR,1 bath (24300 Buy I Repairs 1 -

blade hollow ground and Must be willing to work Phone 9646262 or 964-8417 FOR SALE 1.2 acrea la 3 BR. 2 batha. LR DR, largo modern equipped hitches, r

.......-'. Leave at JaeknonBuikunn alter hours and under tchg Orlando FL, with 2 complete MobileHome IDurranceIpUMPS plus much. more aa beautiful 233 a 150 corner lot Nice.

Supply. Starker Key.attn. threatening condition. aim -- --- ------ trailer apace. 1 BRASCSGTONCeduloeOUomobuo Central heat and air-Cloee to elemeatary ......1.

i HelghU./ tfduj.IO20PAT1OCOERS. receive special: Civil Defense vacant 1 rented at 40. ( & SUPPLY - -
HOME FOR SALE: 4 boareeme. Sake A Service. Small at re age
training aa required. All Appraised at (7500. Trade
I bathe living room - -
flu S.lwtwnCJUsedthn7hbwOn
: llumea' application mu.t be In by dining room, kltcbea, fuel for acreage or down pay See I COMPANY I Business opportunity Lovely building oa 301 with

sad mobile homes 1180. noon Aug. 17,1976} pick up room with fireplace, central ment on acreage IB Hampton CatbUae 7'r d.. appro 2450 sq. ft.Plenty parking sped .appro 600aq.
'installed SI40 uninnulled.GATUR application at Court House heat-air. 964-3784. area or 6000.Call Jax 398- :2001 N.W.13 374301 864 N. Temple Ave 1 1I It. with contra H/A call today.
HOME rJt-: .
MOBILE > and Civil Defenee Building. llchg 1816. 9/9 2tp 9/16 GAINESVILLE John Starke - -
VICE (O. Ph. 372767 Gainer ---- d I
Bradford County Fair Hampton Lsk.90'. x 190'l8aee" lot North Shore Mobile

vule. tkhg.Reduce Ground.. 9/9 Ztchg 9/16 YARD SALE FrL Sat. 473 3775 l 964-7061 I home 120' Dock, 12x20 Utility Houae.
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St. Three
---------- Standing
safe and fast with 3 Re.ldeBtiallota.total area 100 s ISO.: block. from High
t'so WANTED Live la companion families Itp 99Mimosa I Lucille's !School.:
GoBe.e Tablet and E- RENT Trader, god
"water pills" Andrewa for sick elderly lady dirt road off of Forsyth a Tear Off & Re-Roofing - -
365 W. Madison P.O. Rex 162, Lake Geneva Plunder New Roofing of Any Type Nearly BOW double wide mobile home ea 5 acrea of lad. .,3
Pharmacy Road. .$50 Call o Gutter Work
depo.lt. &
Starke. 9/2 3 tp !!!! FL, 32660. Itp 9/9 Roof Repairs Painting BR,2 bathe, approx. 1600 sq. ft. living .pace. Nice. Heat
.. .. .. --- 9644J43. 9/9 2tp 9/16 Manor aDd Aa- \
---------- House
all makee. cleaned oiled and OPPORTUNITY FOR RENT 2 BR Mobile Mobile Home ParkA 1534 S. Temple (DOING BUSINESS ONLY IN REAL ESTATE)

dialed, *7. Work guaranteed t Rapidly Home 12 a 60. air cold., Nice Place NASSAU ROOFING CO.
Mor- expending company needs F.Delano Theme,Reg.Real Estate Broker
Jams Strickland corner water front Kmg.kty Lake. ToUveLargo
sea Rood A Hwy. IB. tlchg. motivated Individual to corn Sept.15-May IS.Phone 533- AntiquesUsed -free Estimatt
9644SOT 13.1.10A8SOCIATES.
$1000 to $2000 plus per lAte
--- 2026. Itcbg 9/9
ALCOHOLICSANONYMOt'8 month. Opportunity to manage Yard Care P.O. Box 103
----------- FurnitureOpen .
: Succe.ilulVying own organhatlon. Call Garbage Can.MalBoxoe: 266-4857 Baldwin. Fla. 32234
: Phone:
Judy nY'D. Muapr
FOR RENT Kitchenette
Gainesville 3774823. 9/9
lor people who went to lB 9646364Harold
11 A.M. 7 P.M.
STOP drinking and STAY 2tchg 916WANTED rooms totally fural.hod. Water Eppa

.topped. Meetings Thure A Temple Motel. 880 N. Central Sewage Plant. 7/29 8/2S LX.Edward.Ill & Ae.... 96..6616Sten

Sunday 8:00: p.m. 9II- .5709. : : Mlec. Items, fur- Temple Ave. Phone 964- Garb Puking Branch Office SIo.

96-4-543-I. 6/21 nip 10/9 alture toya clothing .hi 73S7. lip 9/9 Ample 106 S.Water St. 96..51181
_. Improved. .Street Starke Fla.32091
------ good condition elate ------ Boots Boots ,
CHILD CARE Deemed inspected planta. Paying FOR RENTi; Mobile home, Electric Service to

hot meal. play.fenced 9648464.tlebg yard. ...... WA. Scales, Key.tonellelghta. adults only prefer middle 200 Ampere.Motored Goa. Boots COUNTRY HOME

Supervised .473.4233.9/9 Ztchg age. couple. About 1 mOe Whoa think./. beota "-
yea 6acre tarmette with, nice remodeled 3 BR house) and awoodburnrng '
9/16 down Be.eent Rd., tura loft. -MovelaBomtaFREE think. CARRADINE'S. We \s'
------ fireplace Gorgeous landscaping
9/9 of hoota for
PUBLIC AUCTION Farm Help Wanted Man a Wife Team. lip have plenty
aad eeaattwitloe) aucaiaery Man Needa Experience In Mobile,' 1 Month. Rent the entire family sad ear large shade) tree. 964-7604 Prpmpt r

......... .......lea. 8at. Home Repair" To Do Electrical' FOR RENT Two mobile Electric Hookup price are the.beat la Iowa,
.la the County, heat hi Service!
..... Udo the Carpentering a All
Sept t 8. now Carpeting homes,2 BR'a..1r cond., 12 a
-.ata a*. 8..." BWdora ..oe.c pnatet Ot Rebuilding, A Mobile 32 and 12 65. Call 964-8630 PHOe4E9647498For ,: the State and the .boot lathe BOB'S APPLIANCE SERVICE
:...__.. ..__, NE Home Wile To Clean Uo After after 6:00 9/9 U.S.A. Today, tomorrow
: p.lD. lip aDd fere".r.Ceme .
Pla. Eaelpmeat Aaellea, Him' Servicing All Electrical Appliances
Crooa Cove Sarhwre.134-077. Olm Mobile, Home 964.S606L -- sec ear stack aadchech

8/12 tuha-.. 8/1t .1 FOR RENTi Olin'a Sid dlvisloe Sale ear price. Give aa

1/2 acre tot..WO.OO per ooth. the privilege .. serving
cJ.otOaf Water A Sewage.......... For 1975 you end year famly and.

6. JA. t'J ar rin Information. call Mark 011. eavlag, yea .eo.,. Thaah: Mobile Home MovingSet -
.....MobIl.Homea Santa,Hwy Ford Exployer, ,...
100 W.. St rt&e. 964-56416. tf

Dog Grooming & / Ton 4 Wheel CARRADIIE'SLEATHER Up & DeliveryFOR
FOR RENT 2 br. mobile .

fling .....0 largo lot..in cenatry Drive Truck. SHOP This beautiful formette can be yours for only DETAILS CALL

available. IS Sept. Call 473- $30 000.00 (terms available). Call us today for an
1 All Breeds 3237 9/2 Itchg. 17,000 Miles liS-SOIOo.! Mile Sooth appointment at 964.5065 or 964.5142. OLIN'S MOBILE HOME 964-5606

Of Lawtoy I.

404 W. Madison St. Starke) Call Steve Thomas Susan Bok ken-Associate Hwy 100 W. Starke
FOR RENT 12 ft. wide Ph... 782-3400 ;

Can For APpointment Closed Sun. & Mon mobile home .473.4777E' After 5:30: Lawtey Drawer FL 32058 EI::! Iran Faulkner-Associate Only Lie. & Bonded Mover Living In I

(Next To Piggly Wiggly Until 9646114 esAAraa. Paul Faulkner-Associate
984-7385 I
9f''" ,221 tlchg llchg Bradford Co.

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l t Page 18 TELEGRAPH September. 9,1978 : ,

Green Machine ._ ,. Trials Set:]For OctoberStarke
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: f13W{Dfi)urn(m
From PageS) the low score to good pitcheron s the crown in this year's Cincinatti, Doltan, Ala. and a Three trials were continued charged with two
both sides. championship game. Tennessee outing. until the October term, and counts of burglary of a
Douglas both hitting two-run Jim Garlington th "Our three men were sentenced dwelling, changed his plea to
was e The that
hitting was pretty Telegraph regrets ai
+ oo
homers.That"set the pace for leading hitter at 3-for-3 good,but It just happened thatree pictures were not available of after changing their pleas in guilty on a charge of simple 1 OQi I
the rest of the game," Hatcher followed by Carlton with th they had a good pitcher," Green Machine's action in the Bradford circuit court trespassing. He was also
said, and GM went on with hits for four tries and tw sporadic scoring to finish 22-4 home runs. One of the Carl t GM-Bunch Brothers clash. factors beyond our control. Judge Benjamin M. Tench. probation; he was ordered to
homers came in :Jie t!: 'om o f, Douglas led the GM hitting Set for an October 4 trial undergo a psychiatric ; by Neil Crawford
By now GM team memberswere the sixth inning and sent ii it attack with a three for four date are two Florida State treatment program. '. .,' -''
surely becoming amazed three runs to put GM ahead 9 ishowing at the plate, including Queen Prison inmates charged with '.
with themselved at having S. Preston made two runs i ii 1 a home run. Dairy attempted Kenneth Logan Fink The Bradford Bassmaster is
come so far. According to Faucett and E.
the final inning, but couldn'i t Joining Douglas in swinginghot
will be filed
Hatcher, some ola\ers were the loss.It Grant. Faucett is charged now history. It
prevent bats for GM in their final Has New OwnerRichard
saying "hey,some of our guys S with an additional count of Named among the Bassmaster
the Bunch Brothers f Union
are even was c> tourney game were: Symons, records that Pat Welch, on
talking a during the
winning this thing." But. Arab. Ala.. that final);v going two for four; Carlton, E. Park and David possessing August 28, won the Classic at
eliminated GM from who swatted two homers, and alleged escape attempt.
e A. Porter have
the Rodman
purchased Pool
Hatcher said. "We really had Also placed on the October County
beating them 7 Stevens who also added around AgentLAKE tJ
to reach down for something 8- Dairy Queen-Brazier store at docket was Jack David Pat is a hard bass
in GM s seventh game. Dune]h tripper.e 1401 N. Temple. fisherman, never gives
extra after having been Roeling, charged with grand up.
homer GM
Brothers Stevens' a BUTLER
finished one gave Logan
pla Pat said, at 3 he had
embarrased in the first in the of the larceny involving the March Fink p.m.
7lead 31 has
ahead of GM in th three bass but he
The friends only kept on
game. tournament. Bunch Brothe s seventh, but Bunch Brothers men, for many 12 theft of two boats for Union County Agent,
and about 3.43: began
years, were formerly Moore's Sun plugging
the came back with a of runs Jimmy Sports succeeding William Cowen
GM's sixth game was was only team defeatinTom's fair at Pacific to make contact with those
ge employed in Starke.
\ against the number four team KcnxLs,which upset pr in the bottom 0 final Architects Engineers store who retired recently following bass.
Another FSP inmate
last year Preston Machine of tourney favorites Warrer i inning. Tokyo and Porter in 27-years of service. Says when they finally
Hamden Conn. and resultedin Motors of Jacksonville Hatcher says two Vietnam. Porter left Vietnamin charged attempted Fink, a native of Suwannee located some bass, they
a 9-7 win for the Warren Motors came oack t. controversial calls in the sixth 1972, and escape, Gary McMillen, County, holds a bachelor's seemed to want the
now manages a changed his from not purple
Machine Hatcher attributed from that early loss to cuptun e inning took a toll on GM's Dairy Queen in St.: Louis. He guilty to guilty plea and was degree in mechanized worm, he had a few in his
momentum. One involved a told Park about the sentenced to two by agriculture and a master'sdegree worm box so he gave them all
c Extra C'.n' CarD questionable ruling on a tag franchises, who investigatedupon Tench. years in agricultural they wanted.He ,
engineering earned
up at second, resulting in two his return to the United at landed six bass in a short
Charles Lynwood Barnes of
GM base runners being called States and decided the University of Florida. while, and lost several. _'
to the
buy ;
Starke, charged with
AUTO Prior
: to assuming his
Starke store.In At 6 all Classic
: (au JOOt out.Finishing fifth in the world concealed firearm in a May present position in Union members p.m.returned to
incident at the Red
has resulted in Honey County,Fink was employed as
championship preparing to the
operate Kenwood for the weigh in. All
SALES pled guilty to a lesser charge,
numerous invitations to Dairy Queen-Brazier county extension agent for
store seemed tired and
LI[cU) B IIglffi carrying a concealed Columbia pretty
-a Participate in other Park attended a two-week weapon County where he exhausted, as it was one of
tournaments, according to training session in June at the and was sentenced. to a year'sprobation. served under County Agent those typical hot August days.
Hatcher, who says GM has home office of International The probation is Neal Dukes for one-year. After the weigh in Pat was
After Labor Day Sale been invited to represent Dairy Queen, Inc. in conditional, pending in an alchoholic Barnes'participation Fink's appointment as found guilty of first place. Pat Pat Welch won the Bradford
Starke at tourneys in Houston, Minneapolis. treatment Union County Agent was landed nine bass for a total Bassmaster Classic at
program. weight of H lbs and 6 1-2 Rodman P< August 28 by
oz. y
Luther John Powell of effective in mid-August.
: September Savings ;; Harold Branham was landing nine bass totalling 14
second with 12 and threeBaSlnt.StH pound and S 1-2 ounces.

a 1975 AMC PACER g 1st Time Ever The Looking Glass

::c Air Conditioning & 1975 RABBIT In Bradford Co.Mac's Stylin Center

Automatic Tran, 6 Cyl Low mIles "ft
tL Power Steering :i Music :

a $3250 X2995U ,. )!

&. Shop
II 1975 CHEY. 1973 GRAN a .\ --

Special This Week Only
4 Door Dark Vinyl Top Loaded.With New Tires j964-7391

With Light Blue For Men Any Hair Cut

: $4295 $2450 : Offering Or Style Cut 250

Band Parents An OpportunityTo
Hair Tint
or Women Any Only
1975 FORD FlOO 1974 CHEV.C20 ,
Purchase $1000 t 'I. ,._.,,_____ _._..______. .4.ctit' .-
Classic members i I .. .. 6 Cyl Automatic v.a A T & Air- QUALITY MUSICAL f'INSTRUMENTS Frosting Or Hair Painting ( Includes Branham R.F. Bryant. Jody !Starling Earl Muse, and ".F.

f Trans & Power Steering PIS & Brakes m Shampoo Set Or Air Wave) 20% Wiggins

quarter pounds; R. F. Bryantwas Bassmasters will return to
($3595 j $3695 a At A Reasonable Price DiscountThe third with 7 pounds 15 oz; Kenwood Sept. 11, to host a
Jody Starling was fourth with group from the Florida Sheriff
C Band Rentals$1250 MO. Ultimate In Hair Styling & pounds 6 oz; Earl Muse was Boys Ranch. A fishing trip is
1973 CHEY. 1968 CEHV niii fifth with 5 pounds 1 oz. and H. planned followed by a fish fry.
IMPALA'S IMPALA ii Saxes Slightly Higher Grooming For Men & Women F. Wiggins was sixth with one
and one-half pounds.On See you at Kenwood
U Two To Choose From 2 Door 327 A, T P Rent It By 4 PM 442-F W. Madison St. Starke behalf of the club, I "Bass Wishes

DELIVERIES MADE TO SCHOOLS OR & 964-8547 (By Piggly Wiggly) eadh would! of like the Bassmasters to congratulate, and Neil Crawford

b" $2350 X695W PICK THEM UP AT MAC'S Open Mon Sat. Evenings By Appointment especially Pat Welch for
Also Can Provide winning the 1976 Classic. Board Denies

KEYSTONE HEIGHTS : Rental Instruments From

m Norden Music Co. Elect A Good Man For The Job. Junk YardBy

473-4470 & 473-4078 In Jax. q 3-1 vote Tuesday night
9/2-9/9 the County Zoning Board

ic EKtra CI@an Cara Seeber denied the petition of James
k E.Creamer for rezoning :3 anda
.. -- -,.......- "-- half acres of property on the
Ferguson Road 1 and a half
4- miles west of Law ley, from
OK to MP for use in operatingan
GoodmanFor auto salvage yard
Creamer told the board that
he planned to locate the
saleBIG business on property back
from the road and would abide
City Council : by all regulations for
screening and other
Group One .\ businesses.The restrictions. on such

He Will Serve The City Impartially And To The Best Of His classification proposed was opposed change bya in

delegation headed by V.R.
Ferguson, who owns property
brazier Ability in the vicinity of Creamer's. A
petition with 138 signatures,

Your Vote And Support Will Be AppreciatedPd opposing presented the by fo'ergusonIoho rezoning, was

said that several property
A full owners in the area moved out
quarter-pound Pol ad.tar of Jacksonville to get away
from such establishments and
he thought the best use of the
property would be to maintainits
\\\) present agricultural -

79C 1t1E4nt residential Also speaking character.against the

FRENCH FRIES proposal were Thelma Knight,
Marla Walker, Mary Frances
Kelly, and Laura Bryant.
In rebuttal. Creamer
presented a petition with 78
I ua signatures of persons who said
GEE MARGARET XAWOULDN'T t they had no objection to the
WANT TO zoning change His requestwas
COME BeTWEErt A. CJJYAN' endorsed by Walter
Williams, Betty Moody, and
HIS COG MOULD) yA? I John Crews, residents of the
Yr vicinity, who said they had no
",- objection to the proposal.
On motion of commissioner
e t } i Carl Edwards, the board
NEW voted 3-1 to deny Creamer's
petition. tie was told that he
tr- 24x603Br.Batht > had a right to appeal to the
j County Commission at its next.
meeting September 13.
Nm, fm R.MI' nl.. Par.Una"
h' BaauMul Hom., i:i f In other action the board
granted the following request
.b -.. to advertise for public
$11 ,194 .. f hearings:
"Scrumpdllly offer > -Viona Tew Home ,
a .- occupation -
With'1,400 Downayments'133MPerMo. 1 1 permit for operation
ALL DAYEVERY F of an upholstery business in
her home one-fourth mile west

2 Single Wide Repos For'250" Down ,F FEdward of Lawtey on Roberts Hwy. 225.: Special

DAYOPEN Priced At'4995 Use permit for operation of a
dairij fish camp on 3.2 acres on
north side of Sampson Lake.
-Edward M. Tucker, Jr.:
Queen FOR BREAKFAST AT 6 am Special Use permit for
plin'sMobile operation of a fish camp on 1
and one half acres on north
"z..,'.all ffo to th.DAIS QUEEN" side of Sampson Lake.
Zoning Director L.M
brazier Homes Gaines reported $472,738 in

; 1401 N. 301 964-7478 during building August.permits Includedwere Issued

Hwy 100 Starke 964-5606 FHA Available On New Homes' : 27 mobile homes
P.q' u.s. Pat. Off O ,;wp K ("opyriolit 1979 Am. O,Q. Corp 81 e 26 s'30 $147,430; 13 single family
', AiK M.fN Olin About Th. Fir,.*_Rclardanl Cnampion,. Mobil Horn. Adv_ .ftn_, .d On T.iava l ,ion dwellings $284,080; additionsetc. ,
.. ..$25,228;

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