Bradford County telegraph
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/04070
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 16, 1976
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:04070
 Related Items
Preceded by: Starke telegraph

Full Text
1"f.; . # .- .- .. . _. .. .. .. . 'r' . ,. . -
ofGainesville a1261.l" \
University fa .

g r Ii

of y FLA L18 KIST Rat IJ,I


% co&4p1 .

d, SINCE 1879 ,
-- "

41f ;
y; 1



The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven .

s 1 Y" Nth Year STARKE. FLORIDA IS Cents ,
.tIIlSlue Thursday, September 16, 1976 Copy .
.'./. I il XI ,

L S t" ,11 H

; : i ., .


r: ,tif... .

I .I Newly elected city Commissioner Wilbur Waters left) Is Mayor Charles Schaefer far right {
,I congratulated shortly after ballot counting In the Group One 'or re-election In Tuesday's balloting
face. by challenger Seeber Goodman al Mrs. Kay Colson Waters in the Group Five race 597-478. ,
looks on (Goodman a veteran In Bradford County politics was :'
defeated 59S-IH3 by political newcomer Waters for the Group Councilman Harold Epps was re-elected
One commission seat being vacated by Marc Jackson. his Group 3 city council seat. I'k I


{Federal Dollars Up For ; I ,


County Plans To Do Some ;: : 1

wt ., :; ;

With up to $150 million unemployment rate higher Insurance had been notifiedby ; :
seemingly there for the than the national average. letter but Roberts' was the '
{asking Bradford County Bradford County with a rate only bid. He nevertheless :
Commissioners began of 7.7 as of July will qualify abstained from voting. forestry .
[Monday making plans to do for this fund pool he said. The t
[some asking. national unemployment rateis --received the Cooperative ;? ,
In its regular meeting helda currently 7.4. Forest Management Projectand citizens :
week late due to the Labor The only hitch. Justice told Fire Control Reports from !
1 Day holiday the commissionwas the Board is that project District Forester A.G.
told that federal_ grant, approved by the any Economic ,. 'McCullers and" County"_, < : t
Forester'Riehard Schroeder. ,
will..oon be availableto '
money Development ..AdministrationEDA : "
The fire
I local 'governments' for ( ) for the grant money acres burned report in the county 1,556 : );.
construction and renovation has to be ready to go within 90 last year compared with 1,059 -was :
Charlie Justice of the North days.this together with the fact the previous year. The report he's i:
a stepped-up fire
Central Florida Regional for the
that applications grant '
Planning Council said $2 will have to be prevention program as the
billion to be major priority for next year
is expected
submitted during the latter
with the
more public contacts and
allocated for the program part of October gives the I
and that of this Florida'sl fireline plowing planned.The .
commission little time to act
share would probably be he said. Cooperative Forest project.
'.,' somewhere around $100-$150 Commissioner E.W. Hodges I
;ffi vl million. said a set of plans fora mental
*!i Justice said Congress is health building already exists
expected to override the and the commission made Church.'f
',*\1< President's! veto and pass the plans to work with Justice and .
!Local I Public Works Capital possibly submit that project.It ".
Development and Investment also instructed Sheriff
'Act.' which will provide 100 Dolph Reddish to see about
percent funding for local getting plans for a jail from
projects, providing jobs in counties similar to Bradford
high unemployment areas. that have recently built jails, r1
as another possibility for a I
Seventy percent of funds project to be submitted.Due J i
allocated for the act he said to the length of time
will go to localities having an necessary for getting jail rirClay
plans approved by state
corrections officers it was
"QUr l? -.. ,. board could submit a plan
: within the time limit was to
: :
: : 1't submit a set of plans alreadyapprovt'd.
: 1 .
Reddish said he plans to

check with officials of Baker ( )
.. and Suwannee Counties and
:_ :
investigate their jail plans.
1 Baker County has recently '
built a jail he said and .
Suwannee County is planningto
Thursday. Sept. 16BOI submit plans for a jail ; '
Hoard under the same grant, .
Reddish said. ; ;
m-Saturday Asked by Hodges whether
I IN plans by the city of Starke to County Deputy R.F. Hancock ( )
Bassmastrr submit city hall and approach controversial fence_ after on-slte___ __
Banquet recreation complex plans for -
8p.m. the grant money would
----- preclude the county's gettingany
:.Monday.SeDt. 20 money from the grant Temporary
Lake Council Huller Justice said he doubted it.

Budget Hearing "This is as good a projectI've
seen since I've been
5:13: p.m. around" he told the board.In In Road

.( BC School Board other business, the
Rules5p.m. commission: -

..was told by A year-long dispute over an access
. access road at Kingsley Lake home.
Dudley Hardy that
came to a head Tuesday whena The
purchase of
a new 40-acre
Tuesday. Sept. 21 landfill site Brooker wire fence and gate August
near was
suddenly appeared blocking Hudson
StarkeCouncilBudget complete. Saying that the cost :
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Starling Circuit
Hearing of the landfill is now estimatedat
around from driving into their lake
7p.m. Commissioner$10,000-112,000.Dave Shuford front mobile homesite near Judge
the Kingsley Lake Cemetery.The follow
t'C: School Board said. "We're about ready for last
r Budget Hearing operation.was ." fence and gate erectedon The
8p.m.Southslde. order of Mary J. (Mrs.
read a letter from the Volley) Starling was thrown crosses
PTA State Road Department, open late Tuesday afternoonby Starling
Back To School asking that counties resume Clay County Deputy Sheriff the only
7:30: p.m.Men's maintenance of secondaryroads. R.F. Hancock who told Mrs.
The board said it was Starling she could be held in
': : Flag its wish that the Departmentof contempt of court if the gate is Another .
Football Meeting Transportation continue closed again.
maintaining the roads. years,
Old Armory Erection of the fence and property
7:30: p.m. -accepted a bid from the gate followed the granting of a
George Roberts Insurance temporary Injunction soughtby some
----- Agency owned by County Gloria (Mrs. Paul)) Starling access.
m e GIou1IuunUy&lal,1Iank Commissioner George against Nina B. Andrews
Roberts, of $21,918 for the HA. Bishop Jr. and his wife
county's comprehensiveliability Lillian, Volley L. Starling andhis property
Account Now lured Up Insurance. Insurance wife, Mary. The the Paul
agencies. Including Roberts temporary injunction was
To 40.000 byWdenl Florida Farm Bureau Cotton Issued to keep an existing trustees
Ocpont Inturine Corp States and Charley Johns "alleged easement" open for Baptist ( )
, 4)I

I r ..'
Jt Y

,,, -' -' --. -- .' L. .. ....,.. .. ... -.. --- .- .,. -.. ,' .. _....t.iI.----:::. .



Pa TELECiKAIMI September 16.1976 .__._

I -Gayle Hatcher Summer Missionary, Presents LecturesMiss ffhe-j SP @/ W Jt j?

Gayle lIa tchcl'. recorded background music the same lecture Tuesday of t de (
daughter of Col. and Mrs made by students of the school last week at the Baptist WMU
H.M. Hatcher, Jr., who was u where she worked A colorful meeting and to the United
summer missionary to chile recording and lecture Methodist Women's meeting. mooSod.l &Jitor 964-7608 ;

this talk past and slides summer to the, presented membersof a depicted the people the in life Chile.and habits of -JlaJp-..- .. __, L __, ___ __ ........_________ .-..... or I

the First Baptist Lottie Miss\ Hatcher had on display Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Moon circle and Methodist copper, wood and wicker Rowell and daughter, Hernandez Home Scene Of Internat'l Buffet DinnerCall Diana Lewis
Group Five at the Baptist items made by the natives. Elizabeth Ann, formerly of
Fellowship Hall on Tuesday Following the lecture Starke, are now residing at 501 street Tuesday evening, and Mrs. Puiz and Dr. and Robbie BarksdaleWed
Dr. and Carlos M.
refreshments were served by Mrs. from
night. Oleander Drive in Palatka. Mrs. II. Recchlones:
7, commemoratingthe
Hatcher's talk and the hostesses of both circles. Hernandez gave a buffet September and Mrs. V.
Mr. Rowell Is with the Putnam of Our Lady of Jacksonville: Dr.
Day 12
showing: of slides had \Miss Hatcher also presented County Sheriff's Department, dinner party followed by Charity, the Madonna for all Baitan, Dr. and Mrs. Acosta- Sept.
----_.. dancing at their home on East Cuban Catholic people. Rua, Dr. and Mrs. E. Cinca.Dr. Of interest to friends is the WELCOME TO.FLORIDA
The dining table was .and Mrs.P. llano, Mr. and announcement of the MOM AND DAD,'IL;
covered with a white Sevillian Mrs. N. Basile, Mr. and Mrs. of Miss Diana Lewisof NUGtNTCarroll
To The Citizens Of Bradford County lace cloth and centered withan J. Guevara, Mr.and Loren Mrs.C. marriage Milam, Tenn. to Robert C.
arrangement of yellow and Phillips Mendozaand (Robbie) Barksdale, son of
white chrysanthemums, a gift Orlando Hurtado de Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Richard C
from Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Mr. and Mrs. Barksdale of Starke and f
t Stevenson. Other flower Phillips; from Macclenny; Humboldt, Tenn. .i ( i
and Mrs. Cosslo, Dr. and
arrangements were received The wedding was held
and Dr.
from many of the guests as Mrs. J. Fernandez from Sunday afternoon, Sept. 12, at
gifts to the Madonna.A and Mrs. F. Gutierrez; the home of the bride in the
wide variety of food was Gainesville; Dr. and Mrs. D.. presence of a few close friends
and Mrs.R.
and Dr.
many of Limcagnco and relatives including Mr.
the delicious Cuban dishes and Quintana. and Mrs. Robert Barksdaleand
desserts as well as a grandson, Cody. Nugents
Philippine classical dish. The The ceremony was
food and hors d'oeuvres were Paul Hutchins performed before an Celebrate 57th!
served on silver platters. improvised altar in the living

r' Among those attendingwere Speaker AtWoman's room with branched Anniversary' ...
/ > : from Starke: Dr. and candelabra in the backgroundand ..oJ
Mrs. A.Y. Covington, Dr. and flanked by baskets of
Mr. and Mrs. Carcoll:
"n Club
Mrs. Pete Felos Dr. and Mrs. yellow gladioli at each side.A Nugent Sr., of SyracuseNew
J. Salazar, Dr. and Mrs. Kirt also
small reception was
a week of paid
York, spent
& _
1 Sundusadee, Mr. and Mrs. "Youth, Our Greatest held at the home of the bride. vacation at the Starke Holiday
George Roberts,Mr. and Mrs. Conservation Asset" was the Mrs. Robert Cates cut the Inn in celebration of their:;,57thwedding
Glen Hicks, Mr. and Mrs. J.H. theme of the program of the wedding cake and Mrs. Ann .
I would Like To Thank All Of You For Your
and Mrs. L.K.
Stevenson, Mr. Woman's Club of Starke Joyner presided at the punch in Starke they visited:
Whitehead and Mr. and Mrs. Wednesday of last week. bowl. their sons, Paul and Leslie
Steven Wright. From Lake Paul Hutchins of Bradford Following a wedding trip to
their families and
Overwhelming Show Of Confidence On Election City; Mr. and Mrs. Richard High School explained the Gatlinburg, Tenn. the couple some Nugent of their grandchildren.The .
Johnson; from Raiford: Dr. Future Farmer's program in will reside at the bride's homein Nugents have 52

Day. For This My Family And I Will Be Forever GratefulI Women Of The the the Agriculture high school.Departmentof The boys Barksdale Milam is where manager Robbie of the grandchildren grandchildren. and 23 great, -

and girls are trained in many Ritz Theater, owned by
HoldInstallation phases of production and Barksdale Theater and

I Will Always Remember That The Office Of County Commissioner Moose agriculture conservation as well of American as to form Corporation. Douglas Family

attitudes to help them in Reunion Sunday
Belongs To You, And I Will Never Betray Your Trust. todays world. Mr. Hutchins Mrs. Newsome
Women of the Moose, Starke stated that the farm run by the Members of the Douglases: )
chapter No. 1726 held a Bradford Future Farmers is Honored At family and allied families will
chapter night meeting on one of the best in Florida. hold their annual reunion on
September 8 at which the Mrs. Randall Zipper, State Stork ShowerMrs. 19, at Lake
All Of My' Campaign Posters Have Been Removed As Of Sept. 10, 1976 following co workers were Conservation chairman of the Sunday Butler Community Sept. Center In

installed into office: Florida Federation of Lynn Newsome was Lakeside Park.Hl'gistratioll .
} Amoretta Huson, College of Woman's Clubs, explainedhow honored at a stork shower on starts at t 10
Thanks Again Regents, chairman; Gladys the Starke club could Saturday, Sept. 4 at the Willie a.m.. followed by a businessmeeting
Redding, Ritual Director; enter the Federation Mae! Davis! trailer on Bayless at 12 noon and picniclurch
Peggy Crews, Musician; and program, "Pennies For Highway. at 1 p m. : ...
Becky Law, Argus. People" by using the Hostesses were Alma Clark, ..
Amoretta Huson and Gladys community resources and Willie !Mae Davis and Gloria

CC Redding installing regents.Co served. as the save our the children.A beauty. of Americafor Mann.Games were played and Don iel Sm Iths --

T I ? l-4 workers of the chapterare delicious luncheon was prizes won Mrs. Edna '
helping with preparationsfor served by Mrs. F.J. Shaw, Crawford and Mrs. Jean Have House /
the grand opening of chairman, Mrs. Merritt Marzloff
Starke Lodge No. 2035. Williams, Mrs. J. H. DuPre, Out of-town guests were DedicationMr.
After the meeting, the Mrs. A.Y. Covington, Mrs. Mrs Jean Marzloff of Mayo
Palo POI. adv Maxie Carter Jr. charter was displayed and. J.F. Bloodworth, Mrs. W.H. and Shirley and Tracy Pons of and Mrs\ Daniel! Smith
refreshments were Hart,Mrs. E.B. Searing, Mrs. Gainesville. had a house dedication
Guy Andrews, Mrs. Priscilla Sunday afternoon at their new
Burnsed, Mrs. Carl L. Johns home at ::114; K. Mimosa street.
and Mrs. F.B. Beard. Junior ClubMaking Hev. Charles Swartz ga\e
During the business the dedication followed by a
meeting, presided over by Plans social hour
Mrs. V.J. Spengler, president, MJS. Smith's parents! Mr.
the new 1976 77 budget was". .- For New Yar'I and Mrs. Carl I Kfanciij, luf
accepted. .. ( Ciroton; N.Y.. The lie I enta; *>i"nMrx.JrfrMrltue
accepted The Junior Woman's Club
were :
changes had for future
plans money
1. To delete the $10 new
member admission fee and making projects for the : :
the$1.00 Junior Club member coming year at their meeting
Monday night at the clubhouse
admission fee.
Honored At
2. To delete the $5 reinstate.
i ment fee of former members.
Itridal Shower
f rf ; 3. To change annual dues to Mrs. Robert Autry,
$20 per year. president, presided over the
meeting w here the club votedto Mrs Jeff :McHae. the
make up a cookbook of local former Jan. Seurle. a recent
17.wA"ill l members recipes to be bride, was honored at a tp idol
-f published by Christmas A shower September 1 given by
e Mrs Ruben 11cHac.ll's.: .
bake and plant sale is plannedfor
Pd Mr. and Mrs. George R.
October 9 from 9 to 12 in IliumlIcHat'
the birth of '
Sapp announce a I iH'wasni' !McUae and Mrs.late .
front of Winn Dixie
,Jamie Ronald, born
son Sept.
i ( Hroun at the home of
8. Grandparents are Mr and
latter on N. Walnut street
: Mrs.James K Smith served
Mrs. Franklin Dale Sheeringof
refreshments during the One game was! plied und
Starke andII'! and Mrs.
W of social hour pri/e awarded and
George Sapp Lawtey. refreshments served to the 1 1guests !9

-- 111th r -- Ills Now .
Assisting in serving were

'PANELING CENTER 1 Kim Jennifer Hrovtn Brown Dtxlie McHje and

II The hostesses presented the
Honoree with an ice cream
I II churn as a memento of the
d 4' 18' ) occasion!

I SHEETS II I II Little Women

+ Luis I Prices I / / I I II IIf4.4EI Making Plans

u Start A t For Coming Year
gc __ I : I The Little Women's Club

i met Monday night at the homeof

.l 1$299 1 Allen)f the president Miss Ann

Members discussed plans to
invite prospective members to
the October Oct
meeting on
See Us For Your Kitchen ot. n possible date for the ,
Christmas formal was
Now On This Complete 5 PC. Cabinet Needs discussedfuturedatesfortheSock :
Hops were made:

Bedroom Group In Beautifully Grained Oak Finish Including VAUGHN-JOHNSON CO. { future suggestions guest were speakers made. for;

membership dues are $500.
Royal Majesty Mattress And Boxsprings Refreshments were served
140 S. Thompson Starke 964-57111 Ivy Miss Allen and :Miss Cindy
III 'anova at the close of the
- ......
Bedroom Suit Separately '249' 48" Double Dresser With Mirrors COMPLETE business! meeting
,. ,
Group - - -
Drawer Chest GROUP ONLY -==

Mattress Separately And* 139'5 Boxsprings I Includes I Royal Full Size Majesty Panel Mattress Bed $ 339 95 aaa L aoa( ( rn .sir-.

Royal Majesty Boxsprings)

\ -1,7' Thomas
It's ,\' I'act You Can Do Better At ,

... '
: Parts

320 N. Temple Ave

Day Nite \ .r

964-5611 964-7146

Home Owned & Operated By Doyle Thomas, .

(Formerly With Devrick Auto Parts) ,.3

434 NC ;ullSt Nw -.- Doyle Invites You To Come See Him For All I

PlioncOfl4SSStarke. ; :-> Your Auto Parts Needs

I'lorithi -I TI T" rl 1r ' 'JC ''''tMHll HH< i iln i |-n > nTr), tzrt

1 .


.. .' '.'. ..-.. """ ..-. . .. .. . .o .. o. .. . '.- .. --_ o' . . 0'

: r

". HubertHurt. ''I Immunization Survey Set HereMrs. "I have made it a rule never to smoke more than ono cigar at a time:' Mark Twain
ptlr naf t

At Mad. St. Baptist ChurchHuberr.Hurt Norma Foray, local The immunization survey is j OOOOOOOOOOOOQOOOOOOOCX H30OOOCMI
conducted throughout the U.S.
..or'. representative of the Bureauof I
Mr.and Mrs. Jim Pappas of the Census, will conduct a every year and provides I
of Jacksonville the Madison Street Baptist on immunization Dear Friends Of Bradford
Beaufort, S.C. visited their survey in this area the week of information County
associate director of the Church.
\ aunt Mrs. Arlin McKnight onSunday September 20-27 to determinethe against measles, influenza, '
Cooperative Missionary extent to which people polio, diptheria, whooping I I
.. Department of the Florida Mr. Hurt will speak in relationship have been immunized against cough, tetanus rubella and I Many Thanks For The ,. I
Baptist Convention,will\ be the to the emphasis on I I
speaker at the Sunday season of prayer and special Mrs. C.A. Bauer has selected diseases. mumps. I I II Courtesies And Which
guest.tanning service,at It a.m. at state mission offering.DUPLICATE returned to her home in . .-. . . . . . I Support I ;
: Greenville, Miss after two .
weeks visit with her sister, ** I II II I You Gave Me In The Recent 1 ; ,
MacUSt. Baptists BRIDGE Mrs. James Barren. Government Big Enough To Supply I I II I
Election Campaign.
Establishing A Winners in the Duplicate Mr. and Mrs. John I I II ,1 I :
Bridge quarterly club Anderson of Callahan visited J Everything You Need Is I I II .i.I
tournament Tuesday I I II d
played Mrs. Myrtle Anderson
Church LibraryThe night at the Pratt Street Sunday. on I I II I Sincerely Appreciate All The ; A I

Recreation Center were: J Big Enough To Take Every Thing *. I I II ,. s
Madison Street Baptist ... I I II
Mrs. F.J. Shaw and Mrs. '
Returning to their studies at Kindnesses
Extended To Me ,
Church is establishing a H.T. Dent, first; Syd. Kamath the University of South .* I I II
church' library under the and Jeff Wrenshall, second: Florida this week are Gayle You Have .* I I II :
lea 'rship of Dan Smith. Mrs. Mrs.Clyde B.Terwillegar and .* '
Hatcher Debbie
Smith and Mrs. Rosie Mrs. Lex Green, third Dr. .* Dewey McKinney r I ;,
; Stan Reddish, Randy Chitty .J Thomas Jefferson I I II Pd Pot Adv.aOOOOaOOOOOOOO I ,:
Richardson will be assistant and Mrs. J.H. Minesinger, and Darlene Hobbs. : I 300000000000000toooooooooood
librarians. fourth. .* W M .w x +s w *** ** +ss * .... ,I
Mr.Smith has also acceptedthe 1
position as head librarianat ''J.J
the Starke Library

beginning October 1, jbid (/>,. J noai t

Mr. and Mrs. Marlie ;
Sanderson and daughter are & HUNTING

Donna Thornton returning weekend to Tallahassee where Mr.this : t'i

Celebrates 16th Sanderson Is attending FSU
graduate school. The
BirthdaySept.il Sandersons had spent the
summer with her parents, Mr. '
and Mrs. S.G. Denmark.
Donna Kaye Thornton tfftfamilY centers BARGAINS'
celebrated he16th birthday Mrs. Robert Green returned
Saturday, ScpfT' '11, at a party Wednesday of last week after
given by her parents, Mr. and undergoing surgery in Baptist

Mrs. Jimmy Thornton, at Memorial Hospital.Mrs. .IIt1 - - !

their The home Sweet on Brownlee 16 theme Road.was W.H. Hart spent last 0ru J0rmruIIJ( 'C-lULUL13Q! (!

carried out with streamers in week with Mr. and Mrs. Mike Dove Season Opens October 2nd
the carport where the party May in Ocala.
was held. The refreshment 301 S. SHOPPING CENTER Starke Flo.
table was covered with a Mr. and Mrs. A.O. Jones of
wbite linen cloth with a Jacksonville and Mrs. E.W.
centered with a birthday cake Hayes of Kingsley Lake spent
decorated in pink and topped the weekend in Tallahassee
with the figure "16." attending the Shrine
A yellow floral arrangement Ceremonial. ""= SINGLE BARREL
centered the gift table. -
The 20 teenagers attending Mrs.Bertha Pearce has hadas $ 88
enjoyed games and a weiner guests her sister Mrs. T.J SHOTGUN 34 ,
roost during the party hours. Thomas of Valdosta, Ga. 1
Rev. and Mrs. Gary Thursday to Monday; Mrs. _= 12-20 or 410 GAUGE FULL
Wheeler supervised the E.M. Pinkston Mrs. Iris CHOKE SELECTED HARD
games. Also attending were Dunbar and Mrs. Dealie WOOD STOCK AND FOREARM I
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Thornton, Rogers of Lake Butler on
Mr. and;>1rs. Vernie Thornton Friday; and Mrs. Annie Mae
and jMLr.and Mrs. Marlon Ensor of Jacksonville over the .
Thornton. weekend. f'

,., A / 1
Jim Ensley of Boston, Mass. -
was weekend guest of Mr. and MODEL 870
::w 1j--X.ow Mrs. Carl Hurst and Randy I ,


John Grew celebrated his Mrs. J.H. Fields spent last 12 or 20 GAUGE FULL ,
80th birthday Sept. 10 with a weekend with Mr. and Mrs. or MODIFIED CHOKESMODEL
family party at their home on Robert Tanner in Baldwin.
301-S. ,SJa. _
Local admittances to ? v,. ,_,,.. .
Miss Janet Smith of Coral Bradford County Hospital this t
last Wednesdayand
Gables spent week include: Mrs. Minnie
with Mr. and 1100
Thursday !
Ridaught Mrs. Rebecca =
Mrs. F.W. Strickland and
Dockery, Lester Sheets, Mrs.
Gloria. On Friday
daughter, Ida Adamick and Mrs. AUTOMATIC SHOTGUN
Gloria and Janet left for Mildred Johnson of Keystone 12 or.20 GAUGE FULL .. .t
Statesboro Ga., where they
entered Georgia Southern Heights; Mrs. Grace Jones, or MODIFIED CHOKES J \\I
Leslie Glisson Mrs. Peggy
College. Dr. W.P. Smith t::
Jones Mrs. Rosa Stanley,
his daughter to
accompanied Kerome Elwer, Mrs. Annie
Kmglsey Lake. Cooper Mrs. Susie Glisson ,

Mrs. Eva Feagler of and Mrs. Leona Mathews ot NYLON 66 $59??!
Jacksonville was last Starke; Wayne Wilkinson of 0
Wednesday to Saturday guest Lawtey; Mrs. Bertha Lang of / .22 CALIBER' AUTOMATIC
of Mrs. B.C. Holtzendorf Sr. Raiford. I I
Mrs. Lola Johnson has Mr. and Mrs. J.A. Eggers '" HOLDS 14 LONG RIFLE I i
returned after six weeks in and family of Jacksonvillewere : CARTRIDGES I'
Newton, Kansas, Fairfield Saturday visitors of Mr -
Iowa and Indianapolis, Ind. and Mrs. B.J. Eggers.
visiting relatives.Mrs. V
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Reddish
Lila Caldwell has and family of Pensacola spent IIII A / 1 ,
returned from ten days visit last week with Mr. and Mrs. IIIII MODEL 94 / 1Il
? I
with Mrs. Esma Yongue in P.D Reddish. I I I r
Fairfield.. LEVER ACTION 30-30 CAl. .
Mr. and Mrs. P- ._TV. Lmidnn
Mr. and Mrs. A. Russell of Tampa are Sunday U
Norman were in Orlando Thursday guests of Mrs. W.T SAVE NOW i i
Friday and Saturday where Jackson, Sr. and family.
Mrs. Norman attended the
State Delta Kappa Gamma Mrs. J.S. Walker and
Society workshop and board daughter, Cindy, of For
meeting. Mrs. Norman is on Lauderdale were Tuesday! =
the State Research overnight guests of Mr. ant
Committee and led one of the Mrs. J,H. Moncrief. Tuesday; MODEL 700 $
Conferences during the supper guests were also Mr,: 16 488
workshop Saturday night Mr. and Mrs. Wil Mendetta 01 0 / BOLT ACTION RIFLE

and Mrs. Norman attended Gainesville.Mr. MONTE CARLO STOCK WITH
the Florida-Narth Carolina CHEEKPIECE ,..-':'-...
football game in Tampa.Mr. and Mrs. Oler Crosby 01' WI WII, eiI "
Fort Myers spent the weekend I HIPPY 11 xtY.

and Mrs. Don Bagwell with her parents, Mr. and I .. 30-06 CALIBER f RI..' Yo"aYYYy
returned last Wednesday after Mrs. George Huggins. ( ; n r.sn xM
visiting her parents, Mr. and mood. ,. wnI I
Mrs. O,S. Dixon and family in Mrs. L.H. Jennings span l I ,,:_.", rYIAY.Y,'
:Nashville, Tenn.; several the Labor Day weekend wit)II __.'
days in Gatlinburg; and spent Mr. and Mrs. Ed Stone ii
three days in Chattanooga, Miami. ill
Tenn. attending the Women's HUNTING VEST Federal Brand Specials


were Dr. and in Mrs.Tampa D.W.over Whiffen the Published 138 W.every Call Thursdayat Street 4 Q $ S$ TAN BROWN VINYL EMBOSSED WITH SADDLE $7 88 EA. 62"Y\ They
weekend where Mrs. Whiffen Starke,Florida 32091 TG1 EA TIP FULL LENGTH ZIPPER "
attended the board meeting of

the Florida Optometric Second Class postage pa id 30-06 12 GaugeMAGNUM
Society Women's Auxiliary of atStarke,FloridaSubscription SAVE BY THE CASE Peters 22 LongRIFLE
which she is state public
relations chairman.Dr. Rake: A x4500 150 GRAIN

In trade area: $7 per ,
and Mrs. Raymond year; $4 six months "" ""Mt Soft Point No. 2 Or BB
Hesse and son Benjamin of ,., All Al On.12.16.20. Gauge Box Of 100
: Aiken, S.C. will be weekend Outside trade area: IS S o Box Of 20 Box Of 25
guests of Dr. and Mrs. II.H. pn year;14.50 six months AE pA Flttd PETERS $ 88

I Adams - : 1 $488 $ 4 99
Y :
12 GAUGE .A, :;,t ,

I A Powder PUFF wA...
Ar ) .. SPRINGFIELD 12 Gauge

Auto Mechanic CourseWill 'I SHELLS -':-,..,..;7f.;. ,.k .o)CARTRIDGE 30-06 ...... -.r.;: BUCK

/ ._
rr.w. .20 C t. ...-:/.. /, Y' I
Be Offered Beginning Sept. 20, EilA1DGy1310'! 25 Ct. A M, I { :fi:: Box of 5

$ 'Y
1976 On Mon & Wed. Nights From Y An "Mts.;;' .y''IAta Yr';:'; 't2u.,;:l,4t rlltl; :r $137

'Y f f t 22-Cal. .-5 t, \
7:00: To 10:00: '

r $247 ,; ; 'td/ 12 Gauge

This Emergency Course Is Situations.If Aimed At. Those RS .... ., ti t.,.....: .I 9 7 BOX 0 Long 50 Ct.Rifle 00 MAGNUM BUCK

Y Box Of 5
CallheVo-Tech Center Limit 1 Also 16 Gauge Y
Interested Y
20 Ct. $ j?

At 964.6150 Or 964.8661 Case And 20 Gauge "i Ho $ 1 47

1 .

r t .

'. -.--." .' .' ->.,. ..,............:..!.... ---""

-- --.-_._ .
.- .- -- -
.. -. .-.--
- __
4 1 r1-
. =

4 TELEGRAPH September 16.1976

. BC Commission Backs Stand Against; Junk YardThe wair


Bradford County object to Creamer's operating favor of the rezoning petition. commissioners, "I didn't behalf was Thelma Knight, a grant this request, I'm telling
Commission has unanimously an auto salvage yard. "How can one or two originate the petition, but I am Lawtey Elementary School you right now: I'm going to be i
upheld the zoning board's Enclosed with it was a point- individuals tell a person whatto against this rezoning request. teacher. on your backs 24 hours a day,
denial of a rezoning request by by-point rebuttal of a nine do with property he owns They're trying to make this "I'm the one that got the telling about every little thing, _
James Creamer to allow for point petition presented to the said Williams. "You into a thing between Mr. petition up," she told the every little violation that goeson I
the establishment of an auto zoning board September 7 by well just rent the might as Creamer and myself, but it's board. "His (Creamer's) over there."
salvage yard on the Ferguson Ferguson, a neighbor of have someone place and not...]just don't think this is in place has been a junkyardever Upon asking what his next
Road, a rural area three miles Creamer's. 'Don't do saying that'."'Do this'and the best interests of Bradford since he's been here, and avenue of appeal was,
southwest of Lewtey. Ferguson's petition, County" I know, because I've been Creamer was told by Roberts
At Monday's commission containing 138 names,said the Ferguson spoke next, telling Speaking in Ferguson's here 17 years myself If you it was circuit court.
n.reting the board ratifiedthe
junkyard would be an eyesoreto
denial to rezone 2'4 persons traveling on the .1 ttf
acres of Creamer's 20 acres Ferguson Loop Road, that September 18 Is Last Day To RegisterUnregistered ,ygti
west of Lawtey from OR to loading of salvaged

MP.The automobiles onto trucks would
vote was 40. Saying, "I block a public road, and that it persons have those who do so can vote only If all of this seems a little Federal law, however,
want to be fair," would be hazardous to until 5 p.m.Saturday,Sept. 18, for President and Vice strange-and it is-the reason provides that registration .
Commissioner Dave Shuford children emerging from to visit the Supervisor of President. is a conflict in state and books for presidential and
abstained from voting school buses on the road. Elections office and qualify if Those who register before 5 federal election laws. vice-presidential elections ., If "'....... ... :
because he said he was Blake said the junkyard was they want to vote for the full p.m. Saturday may vote for must stay open until 30 days '
related to V.R. Ferguson, one to be in the least-visible ticket in the November 2 all candidates on the ballot as State law provides that prior to the voting date.
of the principals in the corner of the property and General Election. well as the nine proposed registration books must close Federal law takes precedenceover Doug Romine organizer of the Blood Drive, talks to Union;
controversy. would be appropriately Actually,they can wait until amendments to the Florida 45 days prior to an electioninthis state statutes. Correctional Institution clerk typist. Darlene Stencil while she
fenced and that the only October 2 to register, but ronstitution. case, Saturday, Sept. 18. Persons moving Into the '
"When you get into a children getting off school county from out-of-state may donates her pint.
petition-signing contest," buses in the area were register until October 2 to vote
Commissioner George Creamer's own. Curtis, Allen Win Hampton Council SeatsTed for President and Vice
Roberts told the 20-odd President only, using a 99 Pints Of Donated
present to speak for people and "I just want the man to be Curtis Sr. was the top 84; Roy Roark 59; and Olie casting ballots. A total of 151 separate ballot for this j
able to make a living," Blake vote-getter in the Hampton Sheppard 40. persons voted.A .
the "itdoesn't purpose.
against proposal reflect the said "I'm not knocking Mr. election Tuesday and will Two seats were to be filled proposal to change the Secretary of State Bruce
merits necessarily and demerits of the Ferguson; I'm not knocking return for a third term on the this year, Curtis' and that of city clerk's term from one to Smathers tried to remedy the Blond Averts Shortage.. ,:
an)'body. I just think the man city council. Evelyn Vaughan, who is two years wasoverwhelmingly confusing situation
situation L.E Blake presented the ought to be allowed to make" a Also elected in the at-large retiring. approved, sponsoring a bill in the 1976 by A blood shortage was Group Blood Account. (Since
living on his property. city race was John Allen, with 117 voting for the is in
commission with a petition changeand Legislature making state law averted over the Labor Day blood a transfusable state
which he said bore the names Walter Williams, Creamer's office.running for his first political Voter turnout was about as 21 against. conform to federal Weekend when Union for only 21 days, a blood
of 400( persons who did not closest neighbor, also spoke in Curtis expected, with 47 percent of Another referendum regulations. The bill passedthe Correctional Institution and "credit" is Issued which is
polled 96 votes, Allen. the city's registered voters question, whether to swear in House, but the Senate Florida State Prison good for replacement of one
lIa -- -- -- new council members the day never got around to acting on employees donated 99 pints to unit of blood at most hospitalsin
DAY CARE after the election instead of in it,, Smathers said. the Civttan Regional Blood the nation.) The UCI-FSP
Prevent Aphids. Camellia r October, was also ratified by a There will only be two Center on the preceding Group Account currently has
I For Protection & Beauty scale Red spiders Scale CENTER 3 wide margin. The vote was 107 runoffs for state offices this Friday over 200 blood "credits" in the
White Flies and other In. I for the earlier swearing-in year, one on the Democratic Ted Hayes, C-RBC account.
sect pests from winteringover FROM ARM BABIES date and 19 against.Thieves ballot and one on the executive director, said the C-RBC staff members set up
SPRAY by having us spray TO SCHOOL AGE nonpartisan judicial ballot. drive was "timely" since in the Employee Clubhouse to
now Break Voters will decide between several emergencies came up accept blood donations from
CONSTANT CARE2 Sherrill "Pete" Skinner and over the weekend which employees and their spouses.
SHRUBBERY Call now and have us schedule BALANCED SNACKS Into Stump'sThieves Terry Putnal for the District 5 required large numbers of Volunteers staffed sign-up
your spraying..Itmust broke into Stump'sDepartment State Senate Seat in the "platelets," a coagulation booths during the week and
be done well ahead of NOW OPEN 7:00: A.M. TO 4:3O: P.M. Store sometimeover second Democratic primary, component of whole blood. assisted the Center's
NOW REASONABLE RATES the Labor Day weekend, Sept. 28. The Center supplies blood and personnel with a refreshmenttable
Starke police report. In the judicial race the blood components to the four the day of the drive.
WE WILL WORK WITH MOTHERS TO SOLVED! Shirts, pants and other runoff for Supreme Court hospitals in Gainesville and Donors came in during ''the
FREE toelo apparel and cash were taken, Justice, Group 1, is between Bradford County Hospital in day at the rate of about 12'per
THEIR PROBLEMS (Jr ') but store personnel were Charles R. Holley and Starke. Hayes said this hour and the final results were
( EsT unable to estimate the valueof Frederick Karl. amounts to "approximately Union Correctional Institute,
Inspection ONTAOt Greater Bethlehem Free '. tWill items taken. 50-60 pints a day. 75 pints and Florida State.

& Estimates ,,, Baptist Church 964-5136 I>(.'7' 'I' investigation Police, continuing, are unsure their Bus Poli(; '... Doug the drive Romine, listed, coordinatorof several Prison, 24 pints.

11O1' CHESTNUT ST AT ASH ST OR when the robbery occurred, as (From Page 1)) reasons for the blood For more information about
Call 964-5745 ,, ; FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CALL 964-8866 .II the store was closed for three question as to when students collection effort. First to Group Blood Accounts or the
days over the weekend. waiting on the right side increase the Center's stock of location of the next mobile
should cross the highway to blood for the long weekend unit contact the Civltlm
a board a school bus. Should and secondly to build up blood"credits" Regional Blood Center 'in
in the UCI-FSP Gainesville.. '
they cross beforehand or wait
until the bus arrives and

alerts flashers on-coming and the stop traffic signal with? Vllllpllllrtl Victory Gives

Register asked, adding that a I

recent Florida court school case found system a Ilnrse 100th Win

responsible when a child was
struck by a vehicle which a..ast week's opening season played for the 1951 and 1952
ignored the stop signals after win for Bradford Tornadoeswas versions of the Fighting
the bus driver had motionedfor more than just a good Gators. Hurse was a place-
the child to cross the start for a hopefully good kicker, and was known for his
.o Thur.-Fri.jjj highway. football season, it was Head accuracy and for kicking the
Hall responded saying thata Coach David Hurse's moth ,football.with bare feet.
m case of that type would most vistory as coach for Bradford Five' years after coming' lo
& S likely berhaiftlted en-.n-- 111gb. BUS, Hurse was names;,3shead
Sat. individual basis and while the Hurse has seen only two coach and athlejlcdirector
board offered no official losing seasons while coaching and his first two
ruling on the matter said it the Tornadoes. Ironically the season in the pilot's seat
would be taken up at a special Tornadoes won five and lost ended with identical 6.4
FiEE115Carpeted rules meeting set for Tuesday, five in 1967 after winning the records Things began to fall
Sept. 21, at 5 p.m. state championship for two into place after that with the
consecutiveears.:\ Tornadoes posting an 8-1-1
N oa In 1965 and 1966 defeat was season in 1964, and made
You e O'tN' 'f0eP FLORIDATHEATRE an unknown word on the BUS history in 1965.66 as Florida
feSe \ Ora gridiron as the Tornadoes state champions."I've .
r amassed a 23-0-1 record, tying had some fine young
ili 12x 1 1 12 Vinyl Floor Cover + Live Oak in their homecominggame men to work with, you know
7-7 in November of the There's no need to go looking
1966 season From there elsewhere when you have the
m Hurse led the"rip-roaring and finest young men right herein
Fri Sat. & Sun. red-hot" Tornadoes to the Bradford County," Coach
SPECIAL t culmination of his coaching )Hurse( said this week.
prowess and the state The closest Hurse has come
m Level Loop championship in a 20.6 victoryover to that coveted state title since
Fort Lauderdale in the 1966; was in 1974 when the
BUS stadium. Tornadoes posted ten wins

m COMMERCIALGRADE $ against two losses being
Hurst first came to BUS in knocked out in the semi-final
m 388 1957 after coaching for two match against Ocala Forest.
CARPET years at Tate High School in Last year the Tornadoes
Pensacola. At that time he finished with a 7-4 season
served as assistant to Head record, and will hopefully
11 Coach Lennard Register came award Coach )Hurse( his 101th
r* Jim Temple who came from a victory tomorrow night in
H- J !2S head coaching position at Gainesville enroute to another
LI Monticello. state 3-A title for a happ)
\: ', MULTI-COLOR SHORT PLUS Hurse is a graduate of the tenth anniversary of the 1166!
t DENSE Terence Hill In University of Florda and championship season. :

m g CARPET SHAG NYLON m ",1faNo. :, Final Campaign Contributions, I

1 SHAG 'l'HEE1JST : Final campaign $1.200 from self;
:' : contribution and expenditure expenditures, $1,195.
J reports, as filed by candidates Ralph county
United Artists Bryan,

m 11 ARTIFICIAL ; M $449 $549 $ K29W rn clerk's for county office:offices in the contributions commission candidate$1,200:

301 Neva Flynn, candidate for (including$800from himself);
ill ., Sq. Yd. Sq. ra. W $684.15 supervisor contribution of elections: expenditures, $1,107. :'
TURFS from Arthur Holiday, school
95 ; expenditures board
o candidate'contributions
a DRIVE-IN reported, $674.15.Mitchell .
sq. rd.e
$ SOO .
m Sq. Ta 1 commission Brown candidate, county expenditures, $193.15. *,
Vernon Parmenter, school
Fri & Sat. District 1 : contributions, board

CONGOLEUM NO-WAX f UP TO Paul Lemat In expenditures$1,335 (all but, 131492.$30 from self), $530 contributions from candidate, $696, himself including:

A/ Gilbert Brown ;
"Aloha candidate expenditures, $696. i
7ColorsToChooseFrom, U for county clerk: Hazel Paulk

FLOOR ADDITIONAL| Q 10mCOVERING$249 ] Bobby And Rose"PLUS self contributions J.)R.; expenditures Kelly, candidate, $1,100 108370.for(from tax herself contributions commission, $1.500 candidate-all county from:

collector: $925 contribution ; expenditures, $517.38
'Maxie Carter, county
from self;; expenditures, $925.
Jan Micheal Vincent In candidate:
DISCOUNT AVAILABLE contributions $1.275
m Charles
candidate McKinney including$1,025 from himself;
WHITE for county
LINE commission: expenditures $1,275. )
Tom Casey, school board
,, $1.000; expenditures
''.'-, ., .. "" ,...:: Royce Joyner, school superintendent candidate:
''" .. '\ .),>-' .o.:0: board contributions
lj.. t .- Tc7. .. FEVER candidate : $510.00
". ';.' .," '\ contributions, expenditures, including V.L. '2,120 from himself:
U .'"J:" $497.95. Starling, county
t. .. ... Jimmy Alvarez commission candidate:
...".. .J." property contributions, $520 all from
Sun. Mon. appraiser candidate : himself; expenditures,
contributions, $2,132.23: $456.13.
Soccy <1 Hdceyf/ Pony Tans: including $50 contributions Dave Shuford county
Necking am ai me restofmelnnocenrSOT from Walter Alvarez David
commission candidate:

m \ plumber"LATTf and Browning Mrs. Verda, Gregory B. Johns Alvarez, and, contributions including $1,572.94, $I,871.901.
Teal \t a $1,200
Tile Er Carpet t himself contribution to himself; expenditures,
; expenditures
Part Gene Long, $1,720. Joe Pentecost, county
y'5 appraiser property commission candidate::

.-.......0.M .*..IwM.1....... contributions,candidate$1,89.oo.: contributions himself ,$540.00. all from
MTTI M 11 .M ,
.wCU.M DrLM expenditures
( =:otS. ".*.** A** MOI | including $1,450 from
i himself $501.45.
E. Call St. (In Old Stumps Bldg.) 9647423Starke.* Fla. and$100 $20 from from his wife. Marian, Dewey. McKinney school|
Plus attorney J.J. board superintendent
t] Wolbert
e'i ; expenditures candidate
: contributions,
C1cc--- .coscc) ,D''D'! '!!I.=- I c.-'I' c oY > The Happy Hooker $1,75096.Dolph Reddish, candidate $1.965 himself, Including $1.810 from
; expenditures,
f for sheriff: contributions 194214.


------ -- -...- -- --......... --

.... : -::-:--.;--' -:--- ;;-;- ---------7: ::---.7"--r.--: :: -- ;-::::-. --- : ::- :--- '-:---- "" '-c:"" ':''" .. ''' .. ..... -' '" '-
,..; ... ..._. ; --7'- ; ; ; : ._ ; : ;" .:. ; : :_ ; : : :; .7' ; ., ::; ': ;

Mr"V" !7m Ii

September 16, 1976 TELEGRAPH Pages .

-- -- ---.------------------ ----------
---------------- --------- -------- ,
HAMPTON AREA NEWSSalter by Delores Meng
Senior Citizens
situations. Mr. Welty Phone 468-1915 and milk. l .
Louisiana. He has been '.
T To Meet Friday that of shouldbe .
!&' given owners a time property limit to clean Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie acquaintances they made Simpson, Sallye Scoggins and the Francis Meng dock' They working in Palatka and was Tuesday:chicken and
&The Hampton Senior property then if not Birt and baby son Gene. while in Tampa. Joyce Meng enjoyed attending were thrilled to see the Ski Jet quite thrilled to find work in dumplings, English peas t \
up ; Fall and Pre Christmas tossed salad devil's food ,
Citizens Club will hold a accomplished, the city would Mr. and Mrs. S.D. Newman Mr. and Mrs. Joe B. Oliver a owned by Dallas Mayo another area and see more of ,
Flower Show at the Carlsbad cake hot rolls and milk. '
have returned from month's ,
meeting on Friday have an Ordinance to take announce the engagement of a cruising around the lake the country.We .
September 17, in the City lIadat action. thier daughter, Beverly Lynnto vacation in the mountains Company and the pulling a skier and another were sorry to hear of Wednesday pizza, circle ,
'7:00: p.m. Anyone over age City resident Josephine Larry Wayne Williamson, around Burnsville, N.C. They Jacksonville Wholesalealso yellow Ski Jet doing the same. reports of vandalism and cole slaw, dill pickle '
50 is invited to attend for an Fontaine registered a son of Mr. and Mrs. Delmar stayed several days with Flower Company on Tommy Parker and Gerald thievery at Santa Fe peach half, pound cake and I
eveing of visiting and complaint about the Williamson. The wedding is Mr. Oliver's sister and other September 12.They saw many Meng were among the other Cemetery and hope that those milk.
entertainment.City roughness of the railroad scheduled for October 1 with relatives in Franklin. The beautiful i flower l skiers enjoying the lovely responsible will make Thursday: cuban sandwich, '
Olivers said the arrangements and came back green beans, succotash corn,
more definite plans to be temperature weather on the lake. restitution. I
tracks Lott
on SR 18. Mr.
Council stated that the track on announced at a later date. went down to 49 degrees while with some good Ideas for Martin Meng left on School lunches at Hampton orange juice, cookie and milk. ,
The Hampton Mrs. Jerry Wadsworth and there. They thoroughly floral decorations to use in Saturday with his mobile Elementary are: Friday: fish portions\!
City Council SR 325 was even bumpier.The buttered
met on September 9 at 8:00: City Clerk was asked to children, and Mr. and Mrs. enjoyed the beauty of the their work at Nancy's Florist. home and a friend from Monday: cheeseburgers on mustard greens, a
p.m. in the City Hall with all contact Seaboard Railroadand Bobby Sullivan of St. mountains and that cool Hampton Lake was quite Gainesville to do electrical bun, french fries, lettuce, grits, fruit mallow, cornbreadand l
weekend with
members attending. the Southern Railroad to Augustine visited their climate, and would love living busy swimmers over the and boating, also work in Lake Charles tomato and pickle, raisin bars milk.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe there. Their friends would
Sealed bids for garbage and correct this situation.Mr. parents skiing. The Parado familyif a
Sullivan in Waldo, on really miss seeing them here '
were opened. Olen Waldron asked -
The highest bid among the six that the City repair the broken Saturday. Bobby Sullivan whois they decided to move away and from Sunday Raiford swimming spent Saturday from
Mr and Mrs. '
was for $325 per month. The water main and manhole 'Margaret's brother lost a George 11
lowest bid presented was for where he nearly broke his leg, thumb in a bookbinding Swine Flu Threat? Frank Williams Says : I
$248.50 from W.C. Barnes ofLawtey stating further that it was accident about one year ago
who has provided this dangerous for children and will reenter the hospitalthis Despite the present vast program of innoculation for .

service In the past. After some playing in the area or people week for more plastic swine flu,there are serious doubts among some whether r 4'
discussion it was decided thatit walking at night. Councilman surgery Thank !
Mrs. Wadsworth and her this effort is needed. The New York Times has You i iI'm
would be desirable to have a Taylor stated it was the rd.
local resident do this work. responsibility of Mayor children joined other probed the issue in recent months and finds no con- .
A.C. Dennison made the Arthur Bruno who is the members of her family for a vincing proof there is a swine flu threat anywhere in /
motion that the bid of$270 sent owner of the waterworks to picnic at the home of her the world.
in by be make these Mayor sister, Mrs. Hazel Griffis on Indeed Grateful For The Tremendous Vote : ;
Jasper Byrd repairs. Several famous doctors (in the immunization field) ,
stated he had not Paradise Lake on September
This Bruno
accepted.unanimously agreed upon was and received parts to do the work. 12. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Weisner have shocked many in recent days by saying there's Of Confidence And I Look Forward To WorkingFrank I
and son, William, of demonstrated need for mass innoculation at thispomt.
Mr. Byrd who was present at Mr. Bruno was instructed to With Everyone |In Making Our County The Best
the meeting promised to begin correct this unsafe situation at Gainesville attended the same HOUR Of RepresentativesDi.
this work on October 5 at 8:00: once. picnic and also enjoyed Even though President Ford followed cautious medical Place In The World TO Live. I
a.m. and continue this work The meeting adjourned then swimming. advice and Congress followed President Ford's 25 .

each same Monday time.Marshall. morning at the reading reopened of the for Ordinance.the second It School News advice and amass program of innoculation is now get I Extend My Best Wishes And Luck To My Opponent Mr. Underhill.) I \ It'

Ralph Green was voted to dispense with the ting underway in some areas, for six months there has Paid For By Frank Williams
requested that he be furnishedan third reading, and the An important meeting of the not been a new case of swine flu detected anywhere : (

assistant and stated he Ordinance was officially Hampton Elementary PTA is' ...in the world. ,.
knows of a person who will do adopted. scheduled for Monday, ..
this work free of charge. Clerk September 20, at 7:30: p.m. at ,.. i
the School. Parents will have 4' '-"'$, '. ,,,, ->>- "'...
Mary Lee Allen questioned < <:," ,>' v. \' >j ,, > \ < ,.. ; -' \ ,
whether this could be done Hampton Area News the opportunity to meet the 'w "
without insurance teachers of their children. LORIbAsT I II
coverage and promised to Congratulations to Mr. and Plans for the upcoming Fob f f I
investigate this matter. Mrs. Randy Brown who Halloween Carnival will also [ Jf "

Council Member Eugene became parents of a baby boy, be discussed providing enough a ONTROL duffs
Taylor made the motion that Jeremiah Shawn, born on interest and support is shownby Celebrating 27 Years Of Service P rc OnlLCNrwCAeo /
..the City Clerk be made a September 1. Randy Is parents and guardians of ,
Notary Public at the expense employed as a Park Ranger at the school children. youpoNoNHeaaaryd \
of the Council due to the great Fort Cooper State Park in Mrs.Arleen Rich who worksas Reduced Prices Store Wide
number of times this serviceis Inverness. He worked at Title I Reading Specialistat peenfAfpawlnao8eAll
required in her work. This Goldhead State Park for the School is scheduling the ; ;
motion was unanimously several years. The Hampton week of September 20 through Quality Quanty Selection Savings SatSDf 2SthpM.
accepted. community remembers him 24, between 1:30: and 3 p.m. to t)>

A.C. Dennison made the for his ability to sing and play meet with every parent who IURSf.R1 .* 1;
has children participating in j
motion that city purchase the guitar. We remember
orders be handled through the especially a nice song he her classes. It is essential that VEGETABLE AND j-
City Clerk rather than by composed about how he loves all these parents come in and STOCK\ ; 3" Pots I
William Summers who has the country and what it meansto learn from Mrs. Rich the ANNUAL PLANTS JiJBig
offered to do this service him. He comes from a goals of this program and find LandscaPOplants Potted BLACK KOW
because of his business musical family who have out how they can be of trees Shrub / Selection j,
experience. A heated provided some enjoyable assistance in acquiring the ''our ChoIce Fresh Stock HOUSE PLANTS! COMPOSTED I<.
most success from these *
discussion followed between entertainment with their
Marshall Green and Mr. Country Western Band. worthwhile classes. \ Reg. 69 Reg MANURE 1

Summers (Council ChairmanTed Mr. and Mrs. Topsy Brownare 110/0 P Tray C 59 For All Organic ReO2" d
Curtis repeatedly called the proud grandparents of -- 4
Lake News Ea.S C A O
the meeting to order) and the Jeremiah. Mrs. Belle Brownis Hampton 'ray Weed-Free i 7 I : .I IIi
motion died for lack of a happy to be the paternal I Ii!
second. great-grandmother. Mr. and E.W. and Lucy Hodges were + ik is $$ 50 Lb. Bag
City Attorney Richard Mrs. Lonnie Williams of among those who representedthe 4L! ..L 0
Welty read an Ordinance Palatka are maternal Starke Strawberry SE'sVIN owowo
the Florida grandparents.Mrs. Swingers square dance club at
Incorporating Nu.R1S .
Statutes where specific City Topsy Brown would the 20th annual Knothead NpHGuUP8lasthtics! DUST ffflllUZHlS
Ordinances do not apply. At like to share with all of us the Konvention Labor Day o.wo. 5% Controls Many '
weekend at the Curtis Hixson
present the City does not havea Birth Announcement she Convention Center in Tampa. aV' peg. 1 "." uviiou! 'Insects On Vegetables Fall Feed Trees Lawn's .., "
Municipal Court to enforceits composed for her Grandson. It g' Rag ..a nmrtl:: 4q'Kills :
had marvelous time 89' C Fleas Shrubs For Better Health
and this like this: They a R J
own Ordinances goes "': '
Ordinance gives the County Buckaroo A 111' blue eyed ((6 Ib., 1 oz.) with friends their from square Starke dancing and C :i"i 9 On Animals And Beauty Next Spring 'm ... (.
Court of Bradford County
authorization to enforce laws Came a ridin into town < f DRPtRAY; INCLUDED 4 Bao 47 GROTONE ) i d' .- \

more uniformly. The 'Twas a little bit past high j WIRE& 91 Reg.'zi0 PELLETS 50 Lb. Bag $ 5 97 I, .i
Ordinance provides that noon ((1:45): = Ware'
Florida Statutes are amended But a bunch afore Sundown i 500 H P. Deluxe Lawn z4e Clean Long Lasting 97.7HANGIG It
from time to time and any (Sept 1, 1976)). [ PLANTER
such amendments shall act as If ya wonder what his name \ -- Rubbermaid ,. 1; WEED & FEED R-g. '1" $747 :;
an amendment to this is (Jeremiah Shawn) = z 3175 Deluxe Rag ,3 I
Ordinance.Mr. And how long ((20-3-4"), i No. PLANTER DRAGON
Welty explained that he's a hangin' round i' HANGING TOMATO AND Complete Fertilizer plus Weed Killer ,
the various nuisances the city Seems like he's found a new 1
has been enduring could be corral '' 4R1l VEGETABLEDUST CAMELLIA-AZALEA $ 6 g7

properly enforced by adoptingthis With Randy and Bonnie Ask SAVE Stops Diseases GARDENIA
jrlmmepDE 50 Lb. ,
Ordinance. This could Brown. I
They'd been a -sit tin' and iJd Ed9erNp And Kills Insects .
include the public a i iwaitm Charley E11E $ Q MEtAI !
drunkenness complaint and DANGEROUS Has Cord GOLDEN QUALITY-WITH MINORS
street littering, unlawful To hug their 111 Buckaroo To Get To Places a 4 Lb. Bag -a 2 1 /. $ 4 9 7 :! .

closing of roadways and, together Now, they'll ride the range Get At Those Hard Cord Storage And Cord Swivel&Motor Reg 2 100 % ORGANIC 6-6-6501 Lbs. I, ?
speeding Handle Cutting ,
vandalism, discussed at Randy Bonnie and Little Johns Lock Includes Extra *

previous meetings.The Jeremy, too! I Handle NOW 50 Lb. BagMICHIGAN 97'
question arose as to About This Question: Filters 1.1' $1'

what might be done about the Enjoyhing birthday "A commercial property PEAT Reg '*"
many unsanitary, dangerousand celebrations at the Gene Birt loss from fire Reg $ 995 Ill Yourself II
unsightly homes and lots home on September 12 were
s69ge Fumigator 3 Cu. Ft. 7
within the city. Previously the Mrs. Mary Birt, Mrs Paul ,tornado, etc. may be Bag $19 I:
city has claimed lack of Howath and Mr. Verdo Salter. less costly than the 'll. FOGGER PINE BARK MULCH Reg .2"' ,
cooperation with the Health Among guests attending to earnings loss from ] l i
Department in cleaning up enjoy the ice cream cake and business $157 Ft. Bag "
existing! unhealthful coffee were Mr. and Mrs. Reg.tee $
PIN 217
Does the Charley K. BARK NUGGETTS 2"!?
Johns Agency now have- IQWITO"Famous \ Large '
I $327ee

Foundation Paving Co. policy Multi-Peril that can package include Al! POWER J Reg. 4 Dr. Chateliers Water Soluble K ,

ASPHALT PAVINGFill Business Interruptionand Kj, PLANT FOOD Beg .3"

Extra Expense OIL 4 $ / 9 7flowers
Dirt Grading endorsement?" 4 } Proven Formula. For plants f
II Fruits Trees

LandscapingFree Charley E.JOHNSAGENCY:. ., Off 3th 90.

: It For Applying Chemicals Liquid Fertilizers
Phone 964-7813 Reinforde
131 SO WALNUT ST '-J Nylon and Misting Plants

r PHONE 9S4-5O7O Name Edg ers Etc 1 HOSE $ 697 see ftReg C sea Gt $ 27

Mower Titters\\ ,No Reg'Bes 8501 ; rt 1'' 87 Rep e1"c 158"x50' ,.

"" My Sincere 1DRED AEROSOL


I Thanks 1t1Oe 9 $35 QQ Reg. 35 O 0Lb. \ PEa Insect Control a

t \ -. No. Reg. 1"
F .
To The Voters In Clay County .Z Reg 'S"r" 7
No. $11
50 Lb. $1247
ti For Your Vote And ConfidenceThat Bag Reg '

Placed Me In The Run Off For
4es Prices Good 27 YEARS OF SERVICE. .
The State Senate. Reg.i Thru Sat.
ValU9 '_ aati f Scientific PEST Control Services Directed by Graduate Entomologists
I Pledge To You That Between Now And September 28th, I Will Visit The = Sept 25
Entire District and Talk With As Many People As Possible In An Honest p Oup Items Subject You can "''now011 horn. la pdectedwMn you rely on Florida Pest Control.

Effort To Get Your Views About State Government And The Problems Q om atCo11tin9; HOUSEHOLD PEST CONTROL We Offer, regular serwceagametembairessing ,,
201 0'r To Sell Out destructive, dlseeae carrying pasts, a GUARANTEED service and
Confronting Each County. I Solicit Your Continued Support And Your VoteIn Model investment may save you many times the coat

The Second Primary, To The Voters Who Supported The Other Three ORNAMENTAL PEST CONTROLOn.o
Candidates In The First Primary, I Earnestly Request That You Evaluate The Store Hours: 8 A.M. 6 P.M Mon Thru Sat. a' e-w.anercnmdedwcmndt plus .axnpereer.aaNanatm.padem.ofC. ''
homeowner m trying to cope with'" Ihe different: sprays to be uaed with' each type
Issue And The Qualifications Of Both Candidates. of plant

SPANISH MOSS CONTROL T.IInlkill..oIomamentalMd..
Your State Senator Represents You The *
People. I DA
I O citrus trees Spanish moss control Is necessary I tor maximum, yield of nut and fruit

Be Sure To Cast Your Vote On Sept. 28th GARDEN CENTER bearing trees.
p [ST WEED CONTROL Another nat.we. this service
ti particularly advantageoua to gasoline storage plants bottle gas storage
\Jo1E Terry Putnal 0 N T R 0 l 539 E. Call St. FARM Plants sH Industrial sites .
era funveoun dlr.rM lrW vn "MmBwidngesame
end arch ds with efficient and safe, rodent control cattle and orchard I
State Senate District 5 r Pd Pol Ad.< Pd< F


J \ w J

.. .'r _ __-_ _-_ -- -- __ _ ___ - ___ .__ _._......-L..c ..... "_' _' __ _, . .

J .-- j. ....J - .--- .-. '. n-_'" -- ,- ,,, ...... '- ,- ..-.. ......--.........'" -

Page 6 TELEGRAPH September 16, 1976 (

I New Child Caring Center Offers More Than Babysitting Service

Starke's newest day-care Tina Brown, and two and study materials, and never thought until a few and the alphabet. There Is a them where the child puts as like this
center, St.Mark's Child volunteer mothers, Janet learning games of every years ago that children could collection of large felt letters many items inside the can as flying They're socially ready, starting that something couldn't find
Caring Center is attemptingto Starling and Diana possible description. The grasp these concepts at this that the child can touch and there are dots on the outside of and ready for all the other" here like they it in this are.'i' '!H"We're
be something more than a McPherson. Staff hours are walls are covered with the young an age." trace the outline of, and story the can/and the big favorite a kinds of things In school anything to take'a, *"
babysitting service, its arranged; so that a certified children's artwork brightly "It's nothing high- cards that the child places In a game called "cars and "You know, so many prepared far he's II> < I'
director says.Incorporating. teacher is on hand at all times, colored posters and a recent pressured, though. There's no left-to-right sequence to garages." In this game, parents have said to me child 1&0.1.just as as ready':t,"" 'I
aca- from 7:1S: a.m. to 5:30: pm. masterpiece, a mural failure at this school. I don't prepare him for the left-to- children' match numbers on they're so glad we were to 00I I
demically-oriented activitiesinto Tuition is $110 per child per featuring the painted prints ofa advocate pressuring children. right sequence of reading, as small cars and garages and '"I '1111:
the traditional play and month. variety of tiny feet. "P.S.," What I advocate is having a well as the traditional' make sure the cars get in the 401'IHI'
craft activities helps childrento The center, opened just last reads a note to parents on the person here who can help a alphabet posted around the: right garages. I F '"
develop and gives them a month. Is non-profit and is bulletin board "The paint on child when he's ready," she room. ...f..
good background for later affiliated with St. Mark's your child's feet should come Numbers games include
later schooling, according to Episcopal Church in Starke. off in the bathtub." said.Readiness concepts are pasting one', two and three. Classifying, sorting and
Martha Jean Weldon, directorof The program is designed for 2, The children all appear taught With a variety of apples on a succession of matching games are also
the center. 3, and 4-year olds. Eleven exceptionally happy and names. Many involve letters trees; tin cans with dots on important in a reading
Miss Weldon is a six-year children are currently friendly. When a reporter and ._ ..r..5.: .. Nlr fpg readiness program 1\1lsa.
veteran of early-childhood enrolled. photographer appeared for a Weldon says,.and the center
education currently at workon The atmosphere is brightly visit, the children were r has a variety of these, too. 1 Nw r. ,r 1 al
her master's degree at the cheerful and informal delighted and invited them to There are board games askingthe
University of Florida. Her throughout. Inside are two toss a football play in the child to sort and match by
staff includes Lynne Taylor large play and work rooms sandbox and view the size keys with locks, nuts with
who also has a degree in early lined with pastelcoloredshelves artwork. bolts and hooks with washers.All s
childhood education aide containing toys, craftI Outside is a fenced-in play these games teach
yard containing a cement concepts which prepare I
area, sandbox climbing child for reading!, she says.
I Wish To Thank equipment and more .
"You know when
paintings, hung on the fence always a
with clothespins to dry in the child is ready to read," Miss /. Aimee Ferguson Allison Farnsworth and Laura Andrew
All The People That Showed Weldon continues. "They find a quiet corner to exchange some girl-talk during the Indooft,.
sun.Miss Weldon, who was know all the letters they startto free play
employed at a similar centerat ti 4' sound out words and ask
Confidence In Me By Their Holy Trinity Episcopal u 6 you how to spell things. They
Church in Gainesville before t id "d1iM. look at signs as you're driving
coming to starke, said Rev. around in the car. They '
Vote And John Flynn asked her to help become curious about words. y
Support Sept. 7. out as a consultant when St. She says that at the last
Mark's first began making class she taught in
plans to establish a center last t 'r .r 'TII Gainesville, she had nine
March. Two days later, he children entering
I Will Always Be asked her to run the center kindergarten the followingyear Ume.:1
here. ,.' I' and three of them were
The center's schedule ., "'.. GratefulWith includes periods of outdoor often-heard criticism of
and indoor play, stories schools such as St. Mark's-
music sharing activities and that children will be "bored"in
Heart-Felt Thanks task-oriented instruction. d' ''tll ( school later if they're
4 : all this material so
Reading, concept and math ., .
readiness are also included as r early-is unfounded. '
I Remain Your Friend, a major part of the program > "That's just not true; -
building foundation skills for ;.,. they're not bored at all in ; :
academic training."I !::0.4.:. ". school, because everything'sso -1t 0' V
think we're seeing a individualized now. 't.i-. : ni
trend towards these kinds of 2. After play time come! clean up time. Allison Farnsworthand Kindergarten teachers are .' '
Mitchell .. __ __. .. .
: ; )f
Brown :
paid. Pol. adv. Stan with clean of the outside cement
activities for young children," Jane lx-liay help up delighted to get a child that
says Miss Weldon. "It was play area. can read. these kids will go 3. David Elder and Link Bishop try heir hands at making*
into kindergarten with flags caterpillars out of egg carton halves and pipe cleaners.

rrC7& -ye new fallFABRIC Form Bureau's Annual Meeting Set Saturday At Farmer's Mkt.The :: I

: Bradford County Farm between 5:30: and 6:30: in the
Bureau will have its annual Farm Bureau van.
membership meeting and Special attraction will beth
SHOPS dinner Saturday, September (' State Farm Bureau SCREENING UNI .
trendsmouBim laThe, Kidney Disease Screening KIDNEY t
dinner, set for 6:30: at Mobile Unit a special projectof Jaa.r f
the Starke State Farmers Farm Bureau women the i
!Market, will "feature chicken past two years. :
and rice prepared by :Mrs Shirley (ja ki 11.'i. headof
committee members the Bradford County
Free blood pressure Kidney Disease Prevention
readings will be made project t. says, her fund-raising
Presenting! the keys to the new Kidney Screening fnit.
sponsored by the Florida Farm Bureau, is Jean ;\10). past
DeWitt C.JonesFuneral president of the Kidney. Foundation of:North; 'entral Florida.

9'. .. ... right front is Lucille Colbert, chairman of the Florida Farm
Bureau "omllll.Standing at left isZeuluan('ra"ford \\omen's
3 C'hail-roan! UI'rk-t"' ;.. .
KNI 7S l Home n
,Q.rt.7 Mal goal this ear is $1\ per
-, fl r rwc memberAt ) A hoard of supervisors will
the annual meeting last also he elected al t he meeting

l : \ STARKE KEYSTONE >l.'ar.Irs.: Gallons presentedthe \BCFB president George; (; T 1'
State Chairwoman. :Mrs. Iliifttins urges all member
t I ill Mildred Kulhcrford.Mth I $7lK) families to attend (Ihis
rrwr 964-6200 473-3176 collected through her efforts. important meeting

;, Mw.e .

r RENTALS Hampton liutlget Adopted I
DOUBLpster IIVMPTON: City Council fund comes to$2 ,8-I5. with the
Hospital Beds Wheel Chairs members adopted a 32893.55 major expense items in this
S S budget for the fiscal year fund being(; the police
. Ii & Crutches ending September 30977\ department ($4.297)) and
'.'.'.' The easy care and easy during a Wednesday. insurance ($3.000)) Other
wear fabric! 58 60 inches &September\ session. expenses include
E. wide. Ideal fr fi r schoolin Total revenue in the general administrative salaries
Fall and to the
righ ($4,020)). the $3.500 budgetedfor
Holidays!! BIT now and It - -

Save! \ j )L collection trash, the and city recreation garbage
IZJI"\/ department ($400)))I. and the
fire department's $650 which
will be supplemented by an
.. .. anticipated $4XX( ) in county

...S....' .1,., $1L& funds.In addition. to the general

.. fund revenue the city expectsto
.S. ,
. \ receive some $5,048 in state
....,. .,., I fuel taxes w ith all of that total

.. ... ---- -- % going department to the for street city street lights

. .. and vehicle maintenance.
Hampton will also receive'('
an estimated $3.000) in federal
,'....,. "' I revenue sharing from ad
.... 1ZWIDES valorem taxes on properties
which will be applied to
// general fund expenditures and
other capital I outlays. .
The city's millage rate was
DOUBLE ) recently revised upward to 3 0

i7/J :: :: : : : ; federal mills in order revenue qualify sharing for the

WIDES ----- funds. While the cost to the
s I individual property owner will
.. . S. .55. be slight, almost negligible
.. . . 5555. the city would have lost a good
. . .
. &
. . NEW portion of its annual revenue
. without the slight increase in
USED the property taxes.

WOVEN ,. I'aiilti Wade Is



Transitional" mess or >ls 44 45 j 44 45 ,nches wide, Scotland by 100 Cotton 37-38 inches 65' Celanese' 'me'' '* Paula Wade of Starke is one
inches woe' SOS Rayon SO" the yard 100'' Cottar Com wide, 50 yard pieces, Machine, Polyester 35' Cotton D? ma of 21 summer graduates of
Cotton Mach ia Wash So Easy pletely washable'' Great (for wash Many uses.dresses Cur nent press Mac v. was able r I I Santa Fe Community
TO Sew' School' and right through the tam-, etc Stock up now1'' College's Cardiovascular
Winter Technology Program.
The graduates were
honored recently in
ceremonies held at the

5 7 $ ; University: Dr B.E.Golf Club.Victorica,

$1 -vu3 $129 $129 assistant Pediatric Cardiology professor at the of

YD. University of Florida and

All Mobile Homes. State commencement speaker,
Inspected presented a brief history of
cardiology and challenged the
graduates to work toward

f]QpOPOQO( ( ( ( 0 I iiuaa( I John Brown'sMobile strengthening profession.a. their

I Home CenterN. Driving power without

301 S. Shopping Center Starke Fla. direction i is useless but

Hwy 21 473.3775 Keystone it makes u lot of noise
and results in corm rmv
tion.r" .

I"t'.1 ,
__ ....
.... -- --- -
- ---- - -- ..
---- --

'f r ... .. ,"""
.\. ..--1'-.. .. .. .. ... .. .. ...-IJIf _
.. _. '
.. > .. ..._.-.....___ _

Runaway Horses Offered ExcitementIn I

Slow-Paced Life Of Early StarkeRunaway

major traffic horses problem were at the the to"Mr.Kingsley Ritch Lake was on and his when way with its head Inside the buggy. get up rolled on Mr. Bitch, became unmanageable and

turn of the century in opposite J.D. Roney's place, Mr. Ritch was not hurt at this breaking one of his ribs and ran through the woods at a '
Bradford County with at least undertook to drive the horse the time and, dismounting from skinning his forehead rapid rate. Mrs. Tyson was wsy .4 w ws+ +s* .'w ''
one fatality and several past a Brush automobile disentangled.buggy, soon got the horse painfully with its hoof. thrown from the buggy _

painful injuries, as well as driven by Edwin Freeman. .. receiving injuries that may
.J.. .
KIckliter. also bound
property damages being "When the animal again prove fatal.
reported at regular intervals "He was aware that the seemed quiet he undertook to for the lake, reached the scenea
in local pagers of that period.As horse was very much afraid of replace the harness and it was few minutes later and took "She was brought to this
automobiles, but as the then that the accident Mr. Ritch In his buggy. When city at once and Dr. Stewartwas .'
late as August 1912. the machine had been stoppedand occurred. No sooner had the they reached the home of Col. called. The doctor did
Bradford County Telegraphcarried was standing noiselessly harness been placed the Peek at the lake a physicianwas everything possible to relieve
on ;
the following report: in the road, he thought he horse's back than it began to called from town and Mr. her sufferings, but it Is feared
could pass without accident. and Ritch is now on the road to she will not recover."
plunge madly.
"James H. Ritch paw "
Jr. the
popular assistant cashier, Fearing injury, Mr. Ritch recovery. The fears proved well- z
the/ Bradford "When near the machine made a step backward and in Apparently, Dr. A.H. founded, for Mrs. Tyson
County Bank the horse seemed to go madwith doing so tripped and fell at succumbed to her
got |In bad with a refractory ; Freeman, owner of the Brush, injuries the
fright and began to the same moment the horse
horse late decided that if his automobile following Monday.
plunge and rear, finally tangled in the harness fell on had that effect on horses, he'd
narrowly V escaping death. falling backwards and landing its side, and in scrambling to better get rid of it. The same Incidents Two other runaway .11'
were recorded in
issue of The
i Telegraph Advocate issues of March and
carried the
following April 1898:
classified ad
: ..
"FOR Sale: Brush runaboutin RUNAWAY NEAR LAWTEY

editorial good condition. May be seen Sunday afternoon Col. V.J.
at the Starke Garage. A Shipman's double team
bargain to the.person who became frightened near

wants a serviceable Lawtey and ran away,
automobile for business or completely demolishing his
pleasure.--Dr. A.H. handsome new buggy. Col.
When Basketball Was
And He Never Sang Freeman. Shipman 'and family were in ..
An even more serious the buggy at the time, but
accident succeeded in escaping unhurt. Basketball was the major Kuhl, and Bill Epperson.
occurred disciplinarian who could
,I back in September of 1899, Mr. Brooks Shipman jumped sport at Bradford High Schoolin Second row: Carr Colley, Mr. resort to the rod, if necessary,
6'Marehing the World
; { Through Georgia"e. resulting in fatal injuries to I on a horse and ran the team before football War reached I period its Dowling, and Gary Ennis. but could usually get the job
down. He had to cut them
Mrs. William done with frown and direct
& Tyson present pre-eminence in the The team had no coach, a a
loose from the harness. as
of the old Starke look from his
.P- proprietress field of high school sports. such, in those days, but Prof. piercing eyes.

Sometimes it's the little things that tell And he never sang "Marching Through told House by(hotel The).Florida The story Semi-is ANOTIlERRUNAWAY Pictured above Dowling served as referee and Members of the 1919
are "threw the ball "
as much or about man's up for us, graduating class at
its more a Georgia. Weekly Advocate, a Last Friday a farmer's members of the 1919 team BUS
Epperson recalls.
character than the ideology he expoundsfrom newspaper published In horse became frightened at with their mentor, Prof. S.S. were: Anna Canova, Gary
Starke at that time.SERIOUSLY the train and dashed down Ennis, Florence Matthews,
the speaker's platform or the Dowling. First row (from left) Dowling is considered
According to the Newsweek writer. Call Street at a rapid rate of one Cleo Mitchell, Emma Powell
stump during a heated political John Powell, Ray Colley, the most able principals ever John andHorace
Powell. Harold Wall
Carter's later service with Admiral INJUREDBY speed. He did not stop until he
Harold Wall to
(captain), Victor serve at BHS. He was a firm .
campaign.We Rickover hardened him into a style of RUNAWAY HORSE came to the park, where he Wilson.
struck a tree and smashed the
like the told leadership on the Admiral's own
particularly story as "Mrs. William Tyson wagon. Our :: :::::::::::::::::::::::::: :::::: :::.::::::::::::.:: :::::: :::: :::-wx.-33.a: ::::aY3th'iL:+_:.:tkaMeexe.. .. .. .
rigorous model-disciplined demanding u .0.
in a recent issue of Newsweek about an proprietress of the Starke
incident occuring during Jimmy Carter's insistent on excellence, and witheringly House at this place, happened hurt Fortunately and the no only one damage was In checking into this I was child gets struck by a car? It
of less. to a serious accident told that this is not a state law, is understanding that this
first year at the Naval Academy. anything very done was to a barrel of flour but my
Tuesday. a recommendation of the and other board policies will
which in the at the
was wagon
reader. state which the school board be discussed at a
special 1
Early in his "plebe" year at Annapolisin He was by every account a first class time. adopted. I went to the school meeting of the school board on
"Mrs.. had out -
1943, the 19-year-old "Georgia boy" submariner and his superior gave him to her place Tyson west of the city So' who life wasn't board meeting this past September 20, at 5 p.m.

was "braced" by a group of taunting the best fitness report he had ever and, as she was preparing to exciting even says in the days objection Monday evening about this.to I voice told my All parents who are I
was concerned
upperclassmen and ordered to sing written. He was rated superb at start home she raised an before airplanes that this was done for two about this are
"Marching Through Georgia," the battle combing bugs out of the untested vessel umbrella which frightened the automobiles, and trips to the NEW BUS POLICY reasons. They said the main special encouraged school board attend meetingon this

hymn of Gen. William Tecumseh by aptitude hard work and plain iron horse. The animal soon moon? !MAY BE DANGEROUSDear reason was for safety and the Monday,September 20, at 5

Sherman's infamous march of pillage will. "It won't lick me." Carter once Sir: second reason for savings.The p.m. at the school board

from Atlanta to the sea during the Civil vowed laboring over one seemingly This is a letter to parents of more safety accidents reason occur was becausebus that meeting room across from the .
War. impossible job. "I'll solve it." And he did. FORESTRY1 Bradford County whose stops are too close high

by Richard Schroeder children have to ride school together and the savings Mrs. Jerald BaldwinRt.
F;To sing, or even to listen to the song Through such training as this. Carter BRADFORD COUNTYThis buses. reason was that the less stops 2 Box 168-C

"was considered heresy in some parts of arrived at his present stance that seems ll- Maybe most of you are the bus makes the less wear (Kd. 225- Bayless Hi way>
and tear the bus.I Florida
the South-particularly' Georgia-and so forthright and so morally upright that aware of the policy which was on Starke 32091MISLEADING

Jimmy Carter a homesick, much-hazed some people profess to "mistrust" him time of year you may demand around the Bradford recently adopted by the school asked if they had the ?

121-pound stripling just out of high apparently because he sounds just too notice the Redbud or Judas County area. If you are board which imposes limit a two. statistics concerning the
school refused. tree in your yard covered with interested in having more of tenth of a mile for bus amount of accidents that Dear Mr.
be in this Editor
good to true cynical But :
age. stops. I was not aware of this
seed pods. From now through these trees on your property, occur because bus stops are
we should remember that all leaders mid-September this small and you have access to the policy until last week. too close together as Re: your editorial,
Anyone who has ever attended a have been mistrusted and reviled in the attractive species becomes seeds, follow : What this amounts to is thatif compared to children walking "Experience No Guarantee."

military school knows what it means fora past-most, of all, perhapsAbrahamLincoln. filled with pods two to three Collect the thIcrocedure: the bus makes a stop and if along. the side of the road. .
inches long. The Division of tree. They are' supposed to be Eminent historian, .Henrys.
"rat" or a "plebe" to say no to the fSelectthe you live anywhere less than .
slightest whim of an upperclassman. It Forestry collects these pods ones?; and then let these dry in two-tenths( a mile down from information for Steele Commager-tbut&iu ,
from landownersto the for state;as sltems" liberal Jet fersoivj..n |
me ,
cooperating sun a couple days. from that stopthe children ,,
just isn't done-if you value your hide-- In his speech at Town Hall in Los produce seedlings in their Plant the whole pod as soon as have to walk back to that t stopof they do not have this, Democrat. I

and the "Georgia boy" was hazed Angeles last month. Carter addressed nurseries, as the demand for it is dry, about 1-4 inch deep in up to the next two-tenths( information on hand, even Buchanan
pitilessly for his stubborn refusal to sing himself to the charge that he is neither seedlings is greater than. .their( fairly fertile soil with a layerof stop, whichever is closer.I though they had previously Democrat. 18S7-1861--

the despised" song. He was taunted as a fish nor fowl, liberal nor conservative. seed sources. mulch. am not objecting to the voted reasons on! (it Even for if safety this) Abraham Lincoln, 1861-1865-

"cracker, denied food at mess paddled "Good government is not a matter of For those of you who don't idea of the children walking information is obtained, I -Republican.
with a bayonet and required to "shove being liberal or conservative." he said. know what a Redbud looks Plant them either In the because children in town and don't know just how up to date Andrew Johnson, 1865-1869-
location the to
in"-sit in the mess hall without touchinghis "Good government is the art of doing like, the size and shape of the be you in want seedbed for children on dirt roads have to it will be as this two-tenths Republican.Theodore Roosevelt
or 1901-
chair. Once he knocked tree resembles the local walk. At least in town there policy is just starting here and
was across a what is right and that is far more transplanting later (a location 1909RepublicanWilliam
Dogwood in fact, the Redbudis are some sidewalks and I don't know how many other
wardroom with a bread platter. He difficult. To be liberal or conservative also a flowering tree and with full sunlight is much, more lower speed counties are doing this and H. Taft, 1909-1913-

would march, seething inside to his requires only ideology; to do what is brightens the yard with its desirable). Keep the seeds limits. Also, on the dirt roads how long they have had it in Republican.Woodrow

quarters; eyes ice-blue and face white right requires sensitivity and wisdom." pink or lavender blooms They moist by will watering germinate as needed.before the speed and traffic is not as effect.) Democrat. Wilson, 1913-1921-
excessive as on the highways.
with during early spring. The
fury. winter and the seedlings can What I Also, it Warren G. Harding, 1921-
leaves are heart-shaped, am objecting to is the seems that t the
To who thinks that be transplanted if 1923-Republican. .
anyone Jimmy usually three to five inches necessary idea of the children on our question has come up
"But" recalls a classmate, "he never Carter lacks the strength and courage to long, and this time of year during January. highway or any other concerning the responsibilityof Calvin Coolidge, 1923-1929-

let it out..never kicked a chair or threwa do what he believes to be right we can may be spotted with a brown highway on which the legal the school system Republican.

book across the room like the rest of only say... leaf fungus (which, If you have a large amount speed is 55 MPH, having to concerning children that ride Herbert Hoover, 1929-1933-
us.... incidentally does not of seeds and would like to walk along that highway to the buses. If the school board Republican.The .
measurably affect the tree). contribute them to the catch a bus which is coming imposes the ruling that your
"He never sang "Marching Through Division of Forestry right by their house anyway! I children have to walk down covers period 119 from 1857 to 1976

Georgia." The Redbud Is a fast- nurseries, call me at the belive this is very dangerous, the highway away from their from 1901 to years. The period
/growing shade tree in high Agriculture Center in Starke. especially when small homes, is the school board 1976 is 75 years.

children are involved. going to be responsible if that My own research leads me

Bravo, Miss America Com to maller's conclude implication that Mr.

Prime Time borders on misleading others
who have less access to
history, and less leisure to
It was refreshing to read that Dorothy On abortion: She's firmly against it, Medicare study it, thus substituting r
the beauteous Miss Stopping Medicaid/ Fraud falsehood and deception for
Benham new .
and doesn't feel that a woman should be ;}, :: :::::::,::::::: ;::::::::::::::::::;:;:::;:; ::::::::::':: truthful evidence and
of 1977 is "old fashioned"girl fair.
America an
permitted to choose whether to have the 1::
; argument.;(
with "old fashioned morals" who ;
operation. She would support a
says her goal for the coming year is "to constitutional amendment to ban by Harriet Miller tor in return for his test business Yet despite countless examplesof 11. It is not an accident that his

represent the women of today as best I abortion.On While alleged fraud and abusein by "renting" a test spacein such fraud throughout the i::;::;; conclusion in condemning the
the doctor's office for ;; political
experience of
no doctor has been our
can. the food stamp and other wel- country
:fi:1= past presidents the
$I,000permonth, even thoughthe majority
the Medicare
gambling:: She would vote againstthe fare programs has become a ma- doctor's rent for the dropped pro- ::: were Republicans. There is
She intends to do that job by "being proposed amendment to the New jor political issue in some quarters tire office! was only $300 en- gram since it began a decade f= no validity to the implication

'myself'-just a 20-year-old young lady Jersey constitution allowing casinos in wrr- ,."".. -' far too )lit.I' ; month. per ago. And the American people : that one who lacks experience

.who isn't afraid to take a stand against Atlantic City. She would also refuse to tie attention has have continued to subsidize such ?i possesses integrity
been paid to even S A New Jersey doctor who abuses with their tax dollars. :::j intelligence, and sound
premarital sex. abortion marijuana, perform in her Miss America role for more costly charged Medicare for removalof Legislation has been intro- judgment.

gambling, and woman's liberation. any pro-gambling promotions.On "white collar" "cancerous lesions" when, duced by Sen. Herman E. Tal- John P. I'appas .

abuses of the in fact he removed a few madge (D-Ga.) which would 137 N. Walnut Mieet

These were her opinions, voiced at a women's lib: "I enjoy being a government'sHarriet small non-malignant warts help control the rising cost of Starke, Florida

Sunday morning news conference after woman. Some women's libbers don't Miller Medicare and and growths. Medicare and Medicaid and :

only two hours of sleep following her believe in the idea of being a housewife. Medicaid programs. would create a new fraud and +:A: Z'C' tC> A3:3"fibt' b3bJS*8t

Saturday night victory for the Miss Fd be happy as one." Household Recent reports by a Senate e A California doctor who abuse control unit to monitor ;

America title over stiff competition from decisions she believes should be made subcommittee indicate that as claimed reimbursements for these programs. This would be missive judges who refuse to give

every state in the Union: equally by husband and wife and she much as $1.5 billion-or 10 per eight or nine visits a month to an important first step in the physicians jail sentences in the

would give up her professional singing cent of the total Medicare budget patients in various nursing right direction.An face of 50 or 60 felony" counts ,

On premarital sex: "I just don't believein career if her husband demanded it. last year-was spent on fraudu- homes, even though he saw no even more positive step (for Medicare fraud). :

it. I was raised in a very strict old lent claims by doctors, laboratory patients when he visited the would be the enactment of the
home." owners, nursing home operatorsand nursing homes. reimbursement provisions of the the fraudulent physi-
fashioned This area is fortunate to have a close- cian nor the welfare cheater

up look at the reigning Miss America at others. Even Sen. Moss, it seems, en- pending Comprehensive Medi- should escape the full penalty of
On Marijuana: "I've never smoked it. I our Bradford County Fair each year. We Another billion dollars or joys no Congressional immunityto care Reform Act. These provi- law. Both do more than merely I:
sions would that
don want to. and I don't want it will be looking forward to meeting more is being stolen from the such abuses. Dressed in old, and other require be doctors off taxpayers. They breed i'rip ..
practitioners paid
legalized. I'm sure some of my friends Dorothy Benham and congratulating her federal-state Medicaid program, disheveled laborers' clothes and contempt and distrust for entire

have tried it." on her stand for "old fashioned" values.miiijji which, according to subcommittee posing as a patient, he visited a according mined to annually predeter- groups of people. All doctors suffer
chairman Sen. Frank Moss New York "Medicaid mill" to regional fee schedules. when one member of that

(D-Utah), "is almost completely see for himself the treatment ac- Hospitals and other institutions profession is charged with abuse.

without controls." corded the ailing. He told the would be required to abide by And all persons on welfare, no

SRI Q4 CO Abuses such as charging for clinic's owner and chief physi pre-approved budgets and fee matter how holiest and needy,
f//y> unperformed services, taking cian that he thought he might schedules based on the reason- suffer/ when one cheater is ex
Y bribes and kickbacks from able cost of efficient delivery of
sup- have a cold and was immedi- posed.

tr pliers or laboratories, and "up- ately subjected to a complete services.But .Medicare and Medicaid are

grading" claims to collect for physical examination, including these problems not licenses to steal. We must

o more expensive procedures are X-rays and blood and urine really be solved until may the public never put a stop to it now.

,1t7t. BOB G. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER widespread in both programs, according tests. changes its attitude toward

",7'io... Publisher. to Moss. In recent testi- "white collar" crime. Recent indictments (Miss Miller ii the executive

Publlefted ech Thureday end entered M second Cass Mmer at the Poet Office at Sterka.a1a.< unaw mony, he cited such examplesas Prior to this visit. Sen. Moss for various types of director of the non-profit nonpartisan -

Actor March 3. 1879. : had been examined by his personal "welfare cheating" by poor per- National Retired Teachers -
Subscription rate In trade area: $7 per yean M tlx monttw. A laboratory owner who pro- physician and. found to be. sons contrast dramatically with Association and American

Outside trade aree:*8 per veer: M.60 six month Stark. Ra. vided a "kick-back" to a doc in excellent health what Sen. Moss terms "the per- Association of Retired Persona).
Phone!9644306: i

I'", .m ""II!;" 1 81 .J.M. ,:;;lf.-m. ::" ::!I::<<:" ;i ms __ ,,,,o1S irJ: J.1I'e



.0 . . '- ....-.... .
::.:. ::. --


. ,

Pages TELEGRAPH September 16.1976LAWTEY

I Community News 2 State Guardsmen Rifle Team On

By Elizabeth, Terry
By Elizabeth Givens Walker SGT Rodney Hall and SSG Anthony L. Laney, and SP4
CHURCH ACTIVITIES with her and remained until for president, from there they --- --- members of Dale Hardin.
monday morning.Mr. went to Atlanta, Ga., and UI' CHAPTER 168 rehearsal, Tuesday, 7:30; will be selling dinners from C.R. Hutchinson, Battalion SP5 Archie Hardin has been
Church of God: Sunday and Mrs Bruce visited their son and daughter- O.E.S. Sunday School, 10 a.m., the kitchen. Sunday services Co. D. 53rd Support chosen as transferred in from Lake City,
School 10 a.m. Worship Hartman of Jacksonvillespent in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Dell Chapter 168 will be host Morning Worship, 11 a.m. At 4 will begin with Sunday Schoolat in Starke of, were the Florida State and Martha Woodard
Services 11 a.m. and 7 p.m Sunday afternoon with DeVore and Scotty. They to the Area Patron and pm. the United Methodist 9:30. Morning service at 11 members team and are competingin Patricia Beard, and Janice
Prayer Meeting Tuesday 7:30: their parents, Mr. and Mrs. traveled through Ala, Miss., Matron Council Saturday Women will meet am., Evening worship at 6 rifle the national matches at Davis have left for active duty
p.m. YPE Friday at 7:30: p.m. Jim Chamberlin. They and Ark., spent second nightin September 18, at 2 p.m. in the Antioch Missionary Baptist p.m. The Senior Choir will be Little Rock, Ark., concluding training at Fort Jackson.
Evergreen Baptist: Sunday enjoyed a hamburger cookout Moro Bay State Park, Ark., Masonic Hall on Brownlee Church -Rev Dennis Strong, selling dinners from the 17.
School 10 a.m. Worship during the afternoon. spent next night in Texas, Street. Members are asked to pastor. Thursday night, kitchen. Sept.The National Guard Service Center
Services 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m Mrs. FonzoPrevatt and son, Fort Griffin State Park, spent attend. prayer meeting, 7:30: ; Friday The Community Chorus battalion la participating In
Prayer Meeting Wednesday at Jackson, spent Saturday next night in New Mexico, night the Pastor and from Gainesville Florida will the Florida National Guard
8p.m. afternoon with Mr and Mrs. Clearwater Lake State Park. congregation will render render a program on the indoor rifle matches, shooting Gearing Up
Faith Baptist Church: Carl Prevatt. Other guests of The next day they toured the CHURCH NEWS service at Free Caanon True fourth Sunday in September.Day each week at the National
Radio Program over WPXE the Prevatts were Mr. and Petrified Forest and Painted The First Born Church of Church of God in Christ, Rev.
and Desert in Arizona. the the Living God Rev. S.V. White Care Center Guard Armory. Fall ScheduleThe
Starke 8 a.m. Sunday Bible Mrs. L H. Harper, Mr. Spent Sampson pastor. Members of the team are,
School 10 a.m Worship Mrs. Tommy Harper and night at Grand Canyon Cohens, pastor. Weekly Sunday School will conclude .The Day Care Center at' Hardee, C.R.
Services 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m family, and Mr. and Mrs. National Park, Arizona, services: Service Tuesday services for the day.Philadelphia Bethlehem Freewill will open Terry Hutchinson, F.M. Stephens, Union County
Prayer Meeting Wednesday Wayne Harper and son on traveled through Nevada, Las night at 7:45.: Friday night at Baptist September 27. Parents are M.W. Rhoden W.C. Gaskins, Neighborhood Service Centeris
afternoon Vegas--saw Hoover Dam 7:45: Tarrying Service. Church Rev. asked to register their for fall after just
7:30: p.m. Bible Study. Sunday May Berry, and several other members of gearing up
Grace United Methodist: Mr and Mrs. Tommy spent the night in Death Sunday services: Sunday pastor. Rotating prayer children by September 25. the unit. The team will be completing the summer lunch
Sunday School 9:45: a.m.. Clayton and son of Valley National California, School at 10:30: Morning meeting is held in the to include two program that started June 7
Worship Services 11 a.m. and Jacksonville spent Labor Day next night at Sequoia National Worship at 11:30.: Y.P.C.W. at community In a different Mt Plsgah A.M.E. Church expanded members of the Junior ROTCat and ended September 13.
7:30: p.m. Prayer Circle will be with their mother, Mrs. C.R. Park, California. Next nightat 6 p.m. and-or exchange church each Thursday night. Rev. John Farmer, pastor. Bradford High. During the summer the
observed every Wednesday Crews. In the afternoon they Yosemite National Park, service with Gainesville.New Sunday services will begin Sunday School, 10 a.m., Recently enlisting to the center fed between 125 and 135
morning at 8 am. at the visited Louis Crews in Calif. Hope Baptist Church with Sunday School at 10 a.m. morning service at 11 a.m. local National Guard unit children daily operating from
church. Choir practice 7 p.m. Bradford County Hospital. They traveled from Rev L.W. Mosely, pastor. Morning Services at 11 a.m., which conclude services for PV1 Stephen D. Crews, the Ileadstart building in
and United MYF at B p.m. at Our prayers are with him. Yosemite to San Francisco Sunday School at 10 a.m., Afternoon service at 4 p.m. the day. SP4 were Joe N. Gordon, PFC1,420Students Raiford to distribution pointsin
the church on Wednesday Mr. and Mrs Benny where they crossed the Golden morning worship at 11 a.m.., The public is invited. Greater Allen Chapel the county.
night. Wilkison III and her brother Gate Bridge. They spent the with Rev. J.N. Butler of, Ebenezer and New Bethel A.M.E. Church Rev. R.G. Requests for fall seeds and
United Methodist Women and sister of Jacksonville night in Reno, Nevada. Lawtey Fla., pastor of Baptist Churches Rev. L.R. Heastie, pastor. Tuesday of fertilizer are now being taken
met at the church on Tuesday. spent Sunday with their The next day they traveled Macedonia Baptist. Davis, pastor. Weekly each week, prayer meetingand at 855 S.W. 6th Avenue in Lake
Mrs. George Roberts grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. through Utah where they Free Caanon True Church of services began with Bible class meeting. Friday In UC Schools Butler, 8 a.m. to 4:30: p.m. or
presided. Mrs. Frank Coss Bennett Wilkison, Sr. visited Salt Lake City and God in Unity Rev. Sampson study Tuesday night, night before the first Sunday, information can be providedby
gave the Devotional. After the Mr. and Mrs Daniel spent the night in Williard Bay White, pastor, Monday night, Thursday night prayer Lovefeast. Sunday services Union County calling 4962349.
business meeting, the meeting Wilkison and daughter, Dana, State Park, Utah. Prayer Service; Wednesday meeting at 7:30, Sunday will begin with Sunday Schoolat Superintendent of Schools Mary Kimble, center
adjourned of Jacksonville spent Sunday They traveled through night, tarrying service; services will begin with 9:45: morning service at 11 James H. Cason confirmed director, said the center is
Highland Baptist: Sunday with their parents, Mr and Idaho,, Montana and into Friday night, Bible study. Sunday School at 10 a.m., a.m., Choir Union at 3 p.m. with the start of the second also able to provide
School 10 a.m. Worship Mrs. Donald Wilkison Wyoming. They spent 2 daysat Sunday services: Sunday Morning Service 11 a.m., The Fellowship Hour will be week of the 1976-77 school transportation to doctors and
Services 11 a.m and 7 p.m At the Gospel Music Park Yellowstone National Park, School, 10 a.m.. Morning evening service 6 p.m. held the fourth Sunday at 3 year, "This is probably the dentists, assistanceith
Prayer Meeting Wednesday at Labor Day weekend, a gospel Wyoming. While there they service, 11 a.m., Evening New Bethel weekly services p.m. The Corner Stone laying smoothest opening we have completion of forms and
'7:30: p.m.Laura. program was held for the saw Old Faithful.. service, 6pm.Pleasant began with Prayer Meeting for the new annex will be held applications, emergency food
Baptist Church: Muscular Dystrophy They came home through Grove and Mt. Tuesday night. Thursday by the Mason Family Enrolment figures for the help, distribution of clothes
Sunday School 9:45: am Association of Jacksonville, Colorado, Kansas, Oklahoma, Morlah United Church Parish night, Bible study. Sunday immediately after the three Union County schools and furniture to the needy and
Worship Services 11 a.m and and $1400 was raised. Texas, Arkansas, Louisiana, Rev. Willie Stitt, pastor. services will terminate with Fellowship Hour at 4:30.:: All show them up slightly from canning information and
7:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting Cynthia Brown, daughter of !Mississippi and Alabama. Monday night Young Adult Sunday School at 10 a.m. members are asked to the first day of school with a assistance.If .
Wednesday at 7:30: p m !Mr and !Mrs D.R Brown, had Rev. and Mrs. James Choir rehearsal, 7:30: ; Greater Bethlehem 'cooperate with all activities of total of 1,420 students. Lake the center cannot provide
Northside Baptist: Sunday the misfortune to break her Parrish of State Farm spent Tuesday night Young Junior Freewill Baptist Church the church for success. Butler Elementary School, the service needed they can
School 10 a.m. Worship wrist and fracture her elbow Tuesday afternoon with Mr. Choir rehearsal, 7:30: ; Rev. Jasper Williams, pastor. 411, Lake Butler Middle refere people to other
Services 11 a.m. and7-30pm: Tuesday at school. and Mrs. Les McClellan.Mrs Wednesday night, prayer Weekly services began with - School, 581 and 428 for Union agencies.A toll free number is
Prayer Meeting Wednesday at 1lrs.Iarvin! Wood and Ora Spaulding of meeting, 7:30: ; Thursday the tiny tots and Ushers Board EasiestA County High School. also available for regional
7:30: p.m.Smyrna. daughter Kathy and Mrs Jacksonville spent from night, Bible study. Saturday No. 2 meeting Monday night at writer there The first Union County: High information and referral 1-
Missionary Jackie Fortner. of Lakeland, Tuesday to Thursday with her night the Young Choir will 730, Tuesday night prayer says are School assembly will be 800-342-3400.
Church: Sunday Baptist spent a few days with Col. and brother and sister-in-law, Mr. have their anniversary at 8 meeting, Wednesday night at ten ways to avoiding success September 17. The Soldier's -
a.m. Morning Service 11 a.m. !Mrs Wm. WIlson. and !Mrs. Les McClellan. pm Sunday services: Sunday 7:30 Senior Choir rehearsal, The easiest and Chorus of the U.S. Army Field I loUd II.,..
B.T.S. 5:45: p.m. Evening Mrs Nell Harley and Miss Mrs Ora Spaulding and Mr. School, 10 a.m., Lovefeast" Thursday night Story Hour at most pleasant \vino Band will present a programin Conscience is t''ut still
Service 7 pm. Prayer Arthurine Blanchard spent and !Mrs Les McClellan spent Service Mt. 4pm. the church Friday night doubt, is to avoid work. the auditorium at 10:15: a.m. small voice hut warns: us
Meeting Wednesday at 7:30: Thursday with !Mr and !Mrs. Wednesday with their cousins, Morlah Weekly Junior Choir rehearsal. Parents are welcome to
p.m. George Bair of Palatka. !Mr and !Mrs Calvin DeGraffeof Services: prayer meeting, Saturday the Senior Ushers -Journal, Atlanta. attend. -but doewi't!;;:! stop uiCospl-.
St. Johns Missionary Mr andIrs.: Joseph High Springs. Tuesday night. 7 pm choir | ,i.-t.
Baptist Church: Rev. Willie Starling were hosts for a Mrs W.H. Hall of
Huffman, pastor. Church birthday party for their son Jacksonville mother of Mr.
School 10 a.m. each Sunday David's first birthday. Those and Mrs Les McClellan, fell
with Supt. Chris Hamilton m present were Regina. Sheila, Sunday and broke her pelvis
charge.: Church service is at I 11 I and :Mrs Carolyn Holmes, of bone and is in Baptist $ 00JOIN
a.m. and 3 p.m. on second and Starke Mr and Mrs. Dick Hospital, Jacksonville. Our
fourth Sundays. Prayer Bandat Starling and Nora Mrs. prayers are with her
Mondays noon. Bible Class Robert Rosier and Glenda,
and Prayer Meeting :Mr and Mrs Richard Austin, - 224,25
Wednesday at 5:30: p m Choir and !\I rand Mrs. Joseph So Live
Rehearsal at 6 p.m. Thursday.Men's Starling Refreshments of that wouldn'tbe JOIN THE"WINNER'S
So live i
cake and JOIN THE
Day will be the fourth ice cream were
Sunday in September. Deacon served. ashamed to sell the "WINNER'SCIRCLE"
Gary Hampton. Chairman Mrs Charles Nasworthy Sr. family parrot to the town
Visitors are always welcome. and son, Ronald Nasworthy, gossip.'
and his fiance, Miss Kathy
-\\hitsitt Impressions.
SCHOOL NEWS Morgan of Jacksonville, were
Sunday dinner guests of !Miss. Some- -Do- IN CASH PRIZES
Arthurine Blanchard.
Lawtey Elementary has had -
an increase In enrollment this !Mr and Mrs. John DeVore: Some men scheme for ". .
year and some classes may Teresa, and David enjoyed a years to get political of- AVAILABLE DURING THE 13 WEEK PROGRAM IN 45 PARTICIPATING FLORIDA & GEORGIA WINN-DIXIE STORES- IN THE FOLLOWING COUNTIES
temporarily be without vacation tour Aug 20 to fice and, getting, don't :
siEI. wui UIUXN ,
/ ,
textbooks. September 6 They traveled know what to do with it.
The situation will be through Plains, Ga.. the homeof $
s &WIN
progresses corrected as and the school each child year the Democratic candidate -Blade---Toledo.---- Play theR p-i 1000 CASH !

should have access to a book

come for his mAll or parents. her subject and as orders other CENTRAL HEAT & AIR PLAY ::

interested citizens are invitedto WINNFR'S
the first P T A. meeting of Let us explain our energy Snvt wrh
the school year set for
Tuesday September 21. at '
7:30.: A short musical programwill saving system ** *> "
be presented and all t -
classrooms will be open for
visitation. CIRCLE


Mr. and Mrs Wayne Shrum. t
of Jacksonville \'isltedIr: -- 'it' : A. 71 4rhF
and Mrs Harold Eunice INSTALLED \: PICK UP YOUR
Sunday afternoon E '' ./ \ 1 -y
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Shuford afEF Ptor t
and family and their mother. t \ \{ FREE
Mrs. Hester Hicks _
spent J
long weekend with her son-in-- THE BEEF PEOPLE RACE CARD
law and djMBjhter. Mr and 1490
Mrs. Wpo. WWe'! While there .-
they (Attended' the lawn .
wedding of her grandson AT WINN DIXIE .

Christon Billy Wolfe of and Cape:Miss Coral Andrea on ((2-TON SYSTEM) IT'S EASY TO PLAY. : NO PURCHASE NECESSARY!

Saturday night plus any necessary JOIN THE FUN AND .
Miss (Elizabeth Terry was a EXCITEMENT! .
Thursday dinner 4iiest of :Mrs electrical work A. Pick CA' HOHSENUMBIH
up your free race card each time you visit N' RACE NAME
Wayne Cnbb necessary. C'
Mrs. Jove inch was a -0' ( '" 0.01.0 h.. s>
Monday dirguest of :Mr NEW GAME EACH '''' ---""- J "
and Mrs I'revatt SAVE $$ ON WFJI 30d I-.YMn, yw
Mr. cin Hermie Kelly B. Each week's race cards are numbered and color coded =? __5.IEN/ 100

Mrs visited -t l cousins :Mr and YOUR and are. good for that week's race only. Get new cards each -=- .. ,_............,... I'Iro
Seavers of ELECTRIC weak the more cards have
Jacks, you the more chances you \ I.., NOWIOVnAY
lie on Wednesday have to win 0a'aIAN "''
__,,,. .2--:
Pii A. E Massey and
I'aM.' '' Frank (Ellerker of BILL EACH CARD GIVES YOU 5
I>r. c'ord, attended a Bible PLAY "WINNER'S CIRCLE"
C'onlerenceatMonticello. Ky Carries new "SUPER C. After each race on TV check the number and name of the horse 1A
sponsored by Calvary Baptist E" unit I f9 now alto t that finishes in first place against the horse shown on yours RACES
Church of Ashland. K> Sept available. Demand to /iI111gIN{ card for that particular race. If the winning horse matches with ,

36.Steve Futch who is lee efficiency tompari- the one on your card for that particular race, you are a winner EACH WEEK ON TV!
attending a :Mortuary Collegein sons before you buy. h for that race. Weakly result posters will also be displayed at
Atlanta. Ga. spent Carrier beats them all all participating Winn-Dixie stores In case you missed the results -
Thursday to Sunday with his up to 70% depending on TV
wife, Mrs. M on teen Kutch his on the brand. v 8
Flitch, and sister. !Miss Eve
Futch. 0,Take your winning race card to Winn-Dixie within five days for verification v CIRCLE"RACES
!Mr and Mrs II C Harley of After verification, winners of 1st, 2nd 3rd races will be paid right In the ON TV EACH
Bushnell spent the \\t't"kith" store by the Store Manager The Store Manager will make arrangements for

Mr.their and son-in-law Mrs Wayne and daughter:Massey payment of 4th 15th race winners from the division office of Winn-Dixle, w SATURDAY I

and family and other E. Winning cards must be redeemed by close oll ON
relatives. AIR CONDITION SERVICEALL business Thursday night 'fol WTLV
lowing Saturday night's telecast.
!Mr and Mrs. Leo Tnvio of

Maryland spent Monday with I BRANDS AND MAKES OF AIR JOIN THE CHANNEL 12
Mickey :Moore 39,429 CHANCES TO WIN
daughter. Mr and :Mrs Jerry tl.OO 6:30' to 7 P.M.MMMCH .
Vogler and family of New 24,315 11N 200 11N 100

Smyrna Saturday 5.00 9,150 11X500 11X250 ON CHANNEL 12
!Mrs Darlene Norman and
sons were Sunday dinner 10.00 4,815 11N 1.1DJ 11N IiIQ WTLV
guests ofIr! andIrs.! 100.00 "V V
390 11N 12,1iIQ
Leonard Norman and Mr and 11N ,250
Mrs. Carl Norman and sons. Air Conditioning 1000.00 39 11N 125,1DJ 11N 12.500
Mrs Joyce Futch of .Sf .An SIC" un tRre UCI reeRiR UCI fIf11I .An
Blackshear. Ga. spent a short TOTAL 39.429 11N 12. 11N 12 WINS WINS WINS WillS WINS
time Friday morning with her 332 W. Madison StarkePh.96477Ol

sister, Mrs. C.E Strickland of INS ISas.......,"II MO"l IIIIIME ..MO S IW10IMII PIIUHASUECESSARY MM//.... n,itrHUM AIM-..M HIM WMIM s Zoo s 500 s 1 Leo s 1 0000 s 1 00000
Gainesville. Mrs. Strickland 01000110. X11M O Y iIL 0Naa MNYN QAttM aTMWVM" *N tTMt*WIN..nuTmM MWTIiSt. ,IMMMAI......
w SaMM4,(111,4X5. .. IN/U/011 M WNbMIM. .......
returned to Blackshear : Iuw SOY.ari.IL N 1.N3IW MWIM,-wmwi.-_AM Wit iwtiif O11INI MY YOIMNWUL VIAIMAI AMMMMTinwUI
Ga. MYWMa ,1tales MM U TIMI W"..AM MLMIMJ. It _t....,..


l i f}

-- I'
-- __
-- -- ---

rc a. ,. .
a .,, ,it.

hrntember 1876 TELEGRAPH PaMtWD I
f' :' / 0 E t fglnl

f t \ tip tipt 'I' I S r1'f '

l :
t r ,
I f b I S
i ihF .



\\ z \& KETCHUP 32-oz. ROAST .""
S\,1. BTL.

1 10 79cI -- I;.

VENT VUE LB. LB. 6Se.SAVE !,fi-;,
BAG C 1;
,, MAroH"IS ""F'" CHUCK ;
f : ) : B [ _STEAK._. La.78c
ti 1't TI ti
I I I 1 / I W-D BRAND 4'

e i
4 BAG lB. : i t 3-LB.$1'99 'I t



00 '""'!'-. COFFEE $ 00 SAVE I
LB '__ 1 LB.
3 16-0.CANS $1 r1_ :-+ J' 2 48.0.BTLS. 30C LB. -f f6ge .
1LB .. =
'w. IN THE
.CAN $159 3 OR 10 LB. \ ..
32-0.. 9ge GALLON HANDI e :J;
LB. 10 LB.


$199 1 4T06U.AVERAGE C .

20-oz. SAVE ,; SAVE :.
PKG. 30c r S LB. 10' LB.


$100 r $139l.LB.

SUPERBRAND 22 o_ $ | 39a5 79c \\ + v.o= WeD BRAND MEAT OR

SAG LB. 69 :\ 99.0=. 69c ,?-I 36CT.99c PKG.. .

HALF p ,
I a
I I LINERS1OCT. Loin .. $289
/ Chops .
2 is:; 89c BOX

WAFFLES DOWNVFLAKt OZIN. . 2 'tz:;' $100 1 1CO 1 Sirloin Chops Lf$2s9

,I *GRAPES TOKAY . LI. 49 Rib Chops La $259

\ OUIN CABBAGE . 3 HAOS89C Shoulder Chops .. .$))79

PRUNE PLUMS 3 -.. *IMOPENSUNDAY SAVE 20 Shoulder Roast. $119

12-6 I Il Qpaiia O CJJ(! J l] OPEN 12-6 SUNDAY .

\ \

-------- -- -- ._ _.
---- ---- -- -------- -------------- ------------ ------------ -------- ---- ---- -1 : ---

.". . J J - J -- J -- -"'- -- -- -- .- L -" -' -' ,-" -' -' -" -" '. .' .' ..T .. """ --T ., 'T- r .. 'O I .


Page 10 TELEGRAPH September! 1*, 1976



1976-77 District SummaryBudgetPURSUANT 27-6 On 2nd Half Scoring:

CROSS CITY- Like a prize

TO THE PROVISIONS OF SECTION 237.081 OF THE FLORIDA fighter the sizing initial up rounds an opponentin before I I


County Tigers opened their .> ,1+e1 h
HOURS OF 5 P.M., ON SEPTEMBER: 27, 1976, AT THE COUNTY SCHOOL 1976 football season with a 27-6 I




I 1976 AND ENDING JUNE: 30, 1977, WHICH BUDGET IS SUMMARIZEDON wishbone offense used the


BE OBTAINED FROM THE SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE,. IN THE COUNTY opener second half to warm run away.up for The a

ADMINISTRATION BUILDING. Tigers scored three times in


EDUCATION FINANCE PROGRAM IS 6.3 MILLS. THE MILLAGE LEVY away 7-6 from halftime a surprisinglyclose edge over


Patricia E. Spengler, ChairpersonSchool The Tiger offensive unit,

Board of Bradford County held scoreless by a stubborn
Bear defense during the initial
Richard H. Jockel, SuperintendentBradford half pulled away to the final

County Schools 27-6 victory on a third quarter, Ntftvher to bide Tiger defensive unit reads and reacts quickly to Ill-fated Cross City running

16-yard touchdown run by attst. Defensive! end Danny Johns ((8) forces ball carrier inside, where Leandrew Alexander ((78.)

-- Steve fourth Sirmones quarter ,TD's and a by pair Glen of U".'.r""..Willi a ms .If9\'--.,and Dean Dukes t w fill_. _ar-._._r"_n--1"v -And..- uralllntf.possession --.0..

Kemp once on a 57 yard The defense came weeks to attend the season
Assessment andTax Levies pass of the second half. Tiger up
reception from sophomore Sophomore quarterback with a pair of interceptions in opener.
quarterback Leandrew Pringle, with guidance from turning the ball over to Jackson's extra point kick

L. Estimate of Value of Property 2. Tax Levies on NonExemptin Pringle and again on a three Tiger mentor Charlie Roberts Pringle and company on both found its mark just as two

County: (Property Appraiser) Property (mills) DISTRICT.TAX LEVIES yard plunge. moved the offensive unit 76 fourth quarter Union County earlier score attempts 21-6 had with makingthe 5:45:
Non-Voted Voted Total Union County High'sdefensive yards on 11 running plays in a scores.
squad accounted for Cedric Warren picked off a remaining.Less .
little five and half
over a
(a) Non-Exempt Ill) 131,179.737.00_ (a) District School than three minutes
the one point Tiger edge at the minutes for the third period Cook pass intended for A
Taxes 121 6.3 -o- 6.3 halftime intermission, when score. Chewning at the Tiger seven later, Kemp scored again, this

(b) Exempt (Regular) ill _16,110,136.00. (b) Capital Improvement senior linebacker Cedric Senior fullback Sam yard line in the opening time on a three yard dive over

Tax 122 -0- 0- -0c Warren recovered a Cross JacKSon came up with the moments of final quarter right guard.

( ) Exempt (c) Interest and City punt in the Bear's end longest two yards in the action, and five plays later Free safety Alfred Holmes'interception
(Additional $5000) 113 3,021,011.00 123 -0- .330 ,930 zone blocked by defensive end Tigers' third Pringle connected with Kempfor and 20-yard
..... .-_--.__ Sinking Johns. quarter return of a Cook pass to the
Danny touchdown march, when he a 57 yard passing score.
6.3 .330 6.330 Bear 22 yard line provided the
TOTAL MILLS 129 COUNTY CROSS CITY went the distance to keep the Pringle, who had not put the final scoring opportunity.A .
UNION scoring drive alive on a ball since he fired
--- I II PlrttD wns UIta crucial fourth and inches up 13-yard romp around left
---- Yardi Ruining 101 incomplete on
VarOt P.C. 191 situation back at Union end by Sirmones to the Bear
57 InS attempts midway through the
Recapitulation of District Summary Budget: J.M PA-PC-PI JO-IO-l County 33 yard line. first quarter, found Kempt three set up Kemp's scoring
,.,. Punts 111
i Jackson Pringle and junior dive.
AMOUNT AVAILABLE TOTAL APPROPRATIO 1 Fumbles Loll 1 open some 10 yards beyondthe
10> Yards Penallied.. 110 back Wilco Warren line of scrimmage on the union County 07 1 '].17
the ball handling and Cro.City 0 t 0 04
6-2 181
play. Kemp,
1 2 (3)) The Tiger defense broke the chores in the third period
General Fund 211 4 380 212.63 5,165,382Special. scoring ice in the season scoring drive as the wishbone pounds broke a pair of tacklesas UC.Warren receverad fumbl. {in end
with 7:56: remaining in attack he raced down the left side ion (JacHion kick .
Revenue Funds 212 6.g2.p2 392O2 opener alternately picked on CC'Tlmmoiit Ihrte yard run kick
Debt Service Funds 213 797.4O.Capital the first half on the blocked the pears' right and then left line for the score in full view of (ailed)
Funds 756,7ngg punt.Faced. side$. warren took a pitch out the large delegation of Union UC-Slrmontt" 14-yard run.(JaCNftonklckl
Projects 214 127E22-71 with fourth down and down the right side for 17 County fans, who drove .'
Sub Total 215 ,811,158.35 71637 3.35 long yardage from their own yards just prior to Sirmones' through some of the worst (UC Kemp Mick S7-yard pars from Pnn.tsJ.eklon '

21, the Bears went into punt score. thunder showers in recent UCKamp Wraayard, run I run lalltd.. )
TransfersFrom formation, a high snap from }
General Fund 221 40 749,75 40,749.75 center was bobbled by the --

From Special Revenue Fund 222 :, punter, who looked up just in
-- time to see all 6-3 and 188
From Debt Service Funds 223
pounds of senior end Danny
From Capital Projects Fund224 Johns turn out the lights. As
Less Total Transfers 225 40, 749.15 40 749.75 Johns lowered the boom on the.

TOTAL FUNDS 230 82635Q 6 110,408.60 7,596,643.60Appropriations Bear punter, the ball rolled e 4 :.
into the end zone with Cedric 1 yVh 1
Warren in hot pursuit. ,,, a't 14'1 JAJ
Cross City capitalized on a
Tiger turn over later, in the

,. -_..,_==-- ii'f 1t =-rtAC;-== closing moments of first half
l $ cif iltTUIYf.tr' rHlmal '-:" ""' .v.' "
..,.,, : action engineering a 55-yard
SUPPLIES40O "< 1Wono Y scoring drive capped by a 7
__. 200 Lao eon Ton .nD
: =--=- three yard plunge over left
'//SI..V'U".. '__ _'_' ,...'..'.,0'U.- halfback Andrew
,wvd,, ttll, guard by
,, ".n11VI It.tu'! !!! __ ..j)7-- +l 1 o.l? ..1'70,4 i'.**,9ff "" .000.00 .0. -Q< Timmons with just four
.. ,,,,411, Nnlla. E11x1, i-AlfMl -,,, -1 O. 15 969 91 110,00 -H2! .<07.07r in the
seconds remaining
.' I In, .lSnl 1.ell nln "..7 -oo-nr-l--'t"tTI. 4 6 0.6' 7,065.JO 6 000.00 -0- .0- -0".j.l1 "-- .
.i, ,, '',,11 x.11. :!': [. .. .!j !.04.i.ro' ::.I --.2.-1i 1 717 69 A-*' '_.10 2 .'2.. 7 jT -0- -3- '0< second period.A .
," 'I'I IJ'"4l hm -11151 1 '! 111.1 1 >'8.7 5 9..?6447.BOO.SA .00.00 -0- j54lL.2 fi;: -. 16-yard from
,, .I" ,1.1"n'vr.i' In;l::.:= nQ1/! j"H8.o; :.... .---"171,56.5.,. ." "n.... 500.on 26 900.00 -0< pass
51 n',,''ol"", '." }11x1' : : I'0 .: ".0". 1.591.00 3 00.00'i soo.oo _2.350,00 LiOgoiS2 quarterback Floyd Cook to
," ,.'o .-1. {'!7.iio--:!: :: 74iI0'U- .. -0- -0- -0- _rit0 -0- tight end Pat Chewning set up -1 .
,, ., ,", "YI..I"--* :. ..- :. qy i .UJ94.0fl - what turned out to be the
tvlY. --1)IN.-r7, ',0y J : 2)OO -01. .n.
,,, 1., .'I InII' NL rrlry!:!..__ foOiI _.:U -.4JWI_ 11. 44iL rtl _' 51.4.1 Bears' lone score of the
.. ,, varvlgv5 .... _.. TIINI' ......L'J: 7I .. .n. evening.
I, ', ""v 'y.'yl,UN! ._ _._ tl11N1!! 177. ,,, 7 "1 x.97c 00 -0_ .: <-- \
""I <,..,'... !lli" ___ Sirmones' 16 yard '. ,
111x1 %III'1'URT., from the left t<
,14.1' h touchdown t
::. M9v, Sr.l/L11.11 J.,,,.,,'.0. 0'.0' .....*. 96 rn.in.4i 294.TOO.93 53.0'2. 152..7.9'
s..6 side line was the end result of
: ._ 9b00 _
hear' perfect Tiger wishbone Defensive end Randy Duke brings down Cross City running back, fellow Tiger defender tat; -kle

.,,1"..nlvllunuJv I V,.:J..1.;;;. 'vim"P..n.Olll'' 40,741.71 attack on their first offensive Bill Settles <1161) and middle guard Deryl'Williams ((72) mo\e In to cover the play.

"! NYYY.A1/nrrufM"-Y)011; | ;;;J ____-0'-_ _: p
SUIf1-)71NI I "'J,'. 5 1.'.
\ pII''AHI.'.":
? 1 '. ....'!lo'l 'h !!oJ....... l4J11] ___--"..:..-...- r DEBT SERVICE FUND Cont.
.? ,,?,' !hwiitl.nyi __.. '! = ._
t-l'NIl' LIAIAPIL!" ..._ t11u! ,00,191.61. Appropriations
II Nti,* HAT AIU'I, 1 14IHII .. 99'1b1JS.fl1.L1.! ... I. ..-..-
tJPEND( 'r0r4i SHE SON) SfcrlON DIST. N0. I OTnE"
416.l .f ,11ALMtI.9ps9!: 6A 1n 1
PUT SERVlCR (fUMC'I'ION nOO I 23,374,90Redemption
0' PrinclDaI To ReseevA AlC 710 .--122.8'Lnn! nM 00 131,000.00 .. ,_
SPECIAL REVENUE FUND I Intvrest 720 >lMDJ .50 7 0 ".750.00 'L33L.90 400.00
Appropriations Dues and Pees 17U 5.539.51 739.91 ............ 50"O: 300.I+v
: TOTAL APPKOPRIAHONS '\2.315.01' 43250.C0 ,7 BJ1.0C 1 r..nH.O"-
To Geoeral Funds IK-I2} 910
.. "in :,1 I Illu I I 'NI' BCN2/ITS S.RVICF.S b OUTLAY IXpE"SE
SUPPLIES To CeplLal Projects Funds 930lnterbud .=

__.___ .. 100 200 TOO 500 600 -- 700 TOTAI.APPKOPRIATIONS star CUebt 6 TRANSFERS Se rvlcs Onl 999 950 4121'.0 ,)y 44 250. 31.831.0C j.lMLANCES ,,; _
,' ''I :' '! : At CLOSE oIr YEAR -
',.j2-42t" ,,, ,
:: !! Fund Balance, Jun. 30.1977 2110 ]Q5,190.9" .n n, -0- 12.61J.H _'I.127.J5_
,."..01 tIII 'lUO! _- TOTAL APPNOPRIATIONS TRANBFFNSyvOALANl 9999 '''7,49'.'''', ,UAiL' :.7..2.01..15-
""n. ti Glrrluitu.: livv._ ,.100' ___?2 1.r1.010a11J 2'20 -0- :=I;-'2'1 -0- '0-
'n.- SJrr.!.. LL!! !!!._ x0111), '! _0_ '0- ___.L 5L -0d9rnl11t '0-
IJ.l."L. __ 111111 ______ CAPITAL PROJECTS FUNDS
I ,\ rat. iyn! '!.___ Iun''' ___
I \.I'I.nl'"illl..1.! !"! _> -0. -0- J 21.92
.I, I.a A"1' b COlllll 741111I '---, 1I .- Estimated Revenue, Transfers, and Balances :
: -----7.
I .r.hv __ ..
I tul_ v.- .-':: === I6UI1 -_- :;;o ..sL 00 0 OA 0 0.00 -0- 5 OOo.oo III I ((2)) (01 (4) 151
,' ,).vl'.F"-" __ __ !fill!
1" !J''lJYt! .i.. it :::::=:= ACCOUNT TIT!.!!: AcCT TOTAL C06DS C5C PEOA sn
t Co"R FUN"

,, "19UOs t: __ COEDS Dbtrlhutcd to 1 I.trlcu 3 T .. 1 191.21UnoncumIsred .

i I". ': :,SNINNI/UNI.1 NIUPIRT '" ",.94'.1'7 1l6.9?5.00 '4.1:8.81 .0.0.91 ,...017 I .948.81 8.119.91 Fund K"h"co--07/01/76 2110TUTA'L 1A< ,,'Q .n .nQ ". ,
_. ,
__ _
.0; ;
s 6
MI:wv'II IIA'1.1';uv: :'..__ --a''''J! ___ IIAI.AN'ES; 9992 1.181.8U.1l 149.11.94

,...'r'! ... ___ '!1l!! _____ I
'" 'rvlu' I In1Jx Y/IU -
. rust "I'nIJ.Un; i funJx 2.13:! (9) ((10)
,'I I"'U.nOIllPl11'I'ANCNB' :
v wcet,, : : : : 9')9" 17.I4.7" .
II. .n, Ior I.11III.s.. l'na!!!..ltlMI!! .__ __ CODE BONDS
,I.. .( II fr f.l _._ 747/1' !! ____ 1 I 237.161
I 19nPl' I HII .YU,' lAlln IUNu HAIAHC'.S: :.,
I .J '. ..,. ""..I JIIU"' ,.:7 LOANS
,",, 'I'"_ I.'L Fuvun.. u LoW!!! _;::.= ITll, -:-;-: Unencumbered Fund lttnce--07 01 16 1271O

,I'?,',," ,,,,, ,,,,IS .,WI 1I1.'III'.r.N.1'I.III1AI.c.-' ,,_. 9'lyl_ TOTAL ESTIMATEI U) REVENUE: TItANSFERS 6

1, '. 'Ins .x11' r '"1999 "b.6 2.eJ BALANCES 9992 48,378.57

DEBT SERVICE FUND Appropriations

m 1 III 'H m
Estimated Revenues, Transfers and Balances IS)
[ PF.M
_. I SKI!
( )
Build_ _Inll and rlHu._ _. Eq"IP"l!_ 1\10 -.,
ACCOUNT TITLE CODS 8UUC&t ISS1'Y.5' 277,161 LOAN BONO ISSUES CSI'P.Clfll. .... L540.295.95
9ILIV! As.ex.YJ valYJt3'. of r4.Ab1s Pro erl ...... ANNNXRx. TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS AND T ANSfr'1-'! I 9992 Un .n. Oft M ..'
'Illlu6a. "" !YLor uar60NtlNh.rN 111'.I1ro!'tyato NNxxx. xNNxxxtiTAIE .Il1'1'-kttL1.!!!>) -, 271 447926.73 107.26L2j1___________________ o o O'
lJllh'LS TEAL APPROPRIATIONS, TAANSYRRS!!: ANp 1.287,822.71 J 149.JI1'4' ________________________ .
<"o&DS Uj".rlb"t.,1 tu cu..on.. 321 ........ MNx1AM.xNxxx 1.NNX8Nxx8 RIILANCS I 9991 I.OM.12&.2 0
Nit hi..IJ, 08E Winds 122. .
xxtXxxx Ax NMNNXNXx .. .
xxxlNxx -
-- -
..'- 0' lR.Y 1"N !lunJ. 7JE ...AxNxxx.xx AxxxxNJX ,._.. xxxxx. Unap3ro{ }riated Fund ntlance 2"7"10 -- --,
acnE C.llunl,, I ton Punt 141 M ........ X.xxxl.x.xxN .........." M TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS ff..118eS7.'-

(en: uf Abuvs A..l\t s BALANCES 9993 48,378.57
Avpro2u; Mil loa. 410 n" .1lINNXXM ".. Q
'Ii.rut, Inel..ln. Profit nn rn..t."e--. 4JOOh.r
Local M .
Frun. Cenral V.ndE12 610. ,. -
u --J
.n "".75 <. ,
1'ron. Canltal pr..j.ct PmIJ. 6JO c;
-1nl.rbu.I.rl.U..bt 9.rvla U1l A50TOTAL' \ ", .J.I. ..A.... {.; -, .. { ,.". -e /
REVrNUES 60 TRIINSPEICS, 999 0"" '" 4 ____ _
4p7497 4J12.QO .M

BALANCES'!!nLII4.oc.AT! OECINNItM CJulY I OR 19161 2710 'M .". nA 2" 651,9' 3 5nO.25 9 19.61 1AIS7..]! Patricia E. Spengler Chait per on 1chard H. Jockel Super endent

1 TOGTOIL kSr1PIAFPU "EV',1.,.I2Na.._ b )4At.. .')99 ".,47 OJ .42.0.CO. SOI 61 167 :01.J' School Board of Bradford County Bradford County Schools


-''': -- ,.:: ..-::-- -- ... --..: .- --:' .'_"": - -_ '-' ---' -_ ... _, h _ _._ ..
_-. ..... _

... '_.-... -. -. .. ... '
. -. ..... r. ; . - .. ,.

t, .
September 1C, 1976 TELEGRAPH Page 11

,. ,.

Tiger-Blue Wave Contest Public Sale. Public. Sale. Public Sale

Important One : Roberts"It's ... 1


going to be an defense agajnstlhe run," but quarterback slot the Tiger Cedric Warren and Dean ;
important one for us," Union only a "good" pass defense. offensive backfield has Sam Dukes at linebacker positions,
County High head football The anticipated return of Jackson at fullback, and Steve Derryl Williams at middle-
coach Charlie Roberts says of senior quarterback Paul Sirmones and Wilco Warren at guard, Leon Alexander and
his squads'clash with the Blue White, sidelined for last the running back slots. Sidney Jenkins at defensive
Wave of Gainesville's P.K. week's season opener and preRoberts' starting offensive tackles Randy Dukes at right
Younge tomorrow night season jamboree action due to line has Fred Clemons at defensive end and Danny H i'
(Friday, Sept.. 17)). an ankle Injury, is expected to center, Dean Dukes at right Johns at left defensive end. Sept
The game is important in at aid the Tiger passing attack guard Tony Roberts at right Kick off time for tomorrownight's '
least three according to Union CountyP.K.Younge
is o'clock at : .J.J18.th'
contest 8
Roberts. First, its a ,
conference clash, a stepping Lake Butler. ,
stone on the Union County .

Tigers'Suwanee path Conference to yet another title. .nbnJp OHO[ Jl WEt( (]L I] e y kii

Secondly, the contest i
tomorrow night is a District 1[DOa J0U(50' ( ( 'J
with I
meeting, a shot at the ,.f
state play-offs for Class AA "
-by Neil .
teams much in mind for the Crawford ..

Tigers, even at this early Bassmasters will have their .f'i
date; and finally, tomorrow's annual banquet Saturday, What You Want i,
game will be the first regular Sept. 18, at 8 p.m. at the Buy
season contest before the Starke Country Club. This
hometown crowd In Lake will
event cap the 1975-76
Butler this year. season. All awards will be
Union High's Tigers opened presented.The immediate
their 1976 season last Friday September tournamentwill 1 TO 8 O
in Cross City, downing the be held Saturday,Sept. 25, From
Dixie County Bears 27-6 on a on the St. Johns River. All Financing
second half! surge, scoring two boats will launch at Shell'1
final period touchdowns to Harbor. The tournament will
make up for a lackluster begin at 7 a.m. and end at 7 Acres available
offensive showing in the first p.m. This will be the second
half.Meanwhile tournament of the 1976-77
over in the season. I'm looking forward toseeing
Alachua-lligh Springs area all members presents.Our 2ODownUpTol5YearsToPayAt8 No
Santa Fe was edging 19-13 next regular monthly
past the Blue Wave of P.K. meeting will be held Tuesday,
Younge on a third 21,at 7:30 It will be Qualifing
quarter Sept : p.m.
Junior running back Wilco Warren ((35)) sets up Union County
touchdown after for each member to
pass a necessary %
High's first offensive touchdown against Cross City, taking this
surprising agressive PKY to make this
meeting as we
pitch-out right for a 17-yard gainer down to the Bear 16-yard
defensive have businessto
showing stopped line. some important
Santa Fe's potent ground discuss. Lake Butler Raiford I II II
attack. P.K. Younge scored "He should give us a big lift," tackle, Danny Johns at tight The ramp on Little Santa Fe
both its' touchdowns on the Roberts of the 6-1 and 175 end joey Norman at left Lake is getting in bad shape, I
ground, with runs of 15 and 13 senior signal caller. tackle, Wayne Sapp left guard I'm in hopes it will soon be I O rJ
yard-i provided by running White, who was tapped for and Alfred Holmes at split taken care of. 0
backs McHea! and Bailey. duties All the ramps in the county
Bailey's touchdown run of 15 starting practice end.Tiger defensive alignmentfor need attention, and while the 3r
yards tied up the contest at 13- during sessions pre-season, is a returning tomorrow night's !game lakes were at a low level it Auction Sde
13 in the third period. has at monster back, would have been a prime timeto
letterman and a Kemp
posesses 0) I'Vo I'l r
Incidentally, tomorrow "real good" passing arm, Holmes at free safety, correct these problems.Bass .
night's high school schedulehas according to Roberts. The Randall Griffis and Willis Wishes,
Santa Fe traveling to Jackson at cornerback slots Neil Crawford
Tiger mentor plans to bring i
Cross City, while the Tigers e5Y,055 <.
White back into the startingline
host the Blue Wave."We're up slowly, he says White ..L -... _-...-'. 18 hay
an option team will share signal calling ?'
offensively Roberts notes, responsibilities with \t9 y
adding "if they expect to stop sophomore Leandrew Pringlein \.aw\e I''
us, they'll have to stop the tomorrow night's game. > ,.
option. Cross City did little in Pringle guided the Tigers to u, 301 Starke
the way of stopping the option their 27-6 victory over Cross
last week, and when Tiger City last week, passing to
offensive drives went away it Glenn Kemp for a 57 yard
was usually due to poor touchdown in the fourth 30 31
executionOf quarter executing the 29 .
Tiger offense in 3 ,
wishbone offense to near *
tomorrow night's contest, perfection on the Tigers' first r a %.,,,
Roberts says look for more possession of the second halfas
passing from his chargers. lie Union County marched 76
said PKY has "an excellent yards for the score. ,oJ'
Ii- I I .. .,
The sophomore quarterback J 0 33 r 32
:Jtec. De.pi.N.e.W: $.... took considerable punisttrnent v I '.. ". I ,: ," ";
from Cross Cttyj ftnders; iiT / a:
1< Keystone Heights. ,
Youth Flag Football last week's game taktng the "
full force of cracking tacklesas ;4iS 1 Ik -W' -

The Small Fry and Bantam he held the ball until the Fv 28 0 ..,..
Flag Football Leagues are last possible moment to give -'r
tus running backs an extra >- 34
still registering boys, ages 7-
in the clear,
held step 1
12. Practices are being 19 SOLD
each afternoon, 3:30-5:00: : p m. tossing the pitch-out their / 36
It's a dangerous move, in /
at the Pratt Street Center.The 35j"
more ways than one, he lost 20
Small Fry meet each Mondayand
Wednesday and the one pitch out to an oncomingdefensive SOLD
Bantam each Tuesday and end but more often
than not it resulted in Tiger k1vl 27
Thursday. running backs picking up SOLD o 21a
additional yardage.P.K. 17
Men'sFlag: Football -------
Younge's Blue Wave Runner-up Tomlinson (right) and winner In the men's 18 andover 9PRIN05 ROAD 25
Teams interested in joiningthe goes to the air about 50 percent division Lawson meet at the net after championship match 4 yvHi5PERiNO WHISPERING PINES
Recreation Flag Football of the time, according to W JJ .
League are invited to attend a Roberts. lie the key to
meeting Tuesday night, Sept. stopping the Wave's aerial Lawson Wins'Tennis Crownvarsity 5 = SOLD 22
' Go 8 Miles West Of Starke On S.R. 229
21,7:30: p.m. at the Recreation attack is a good pass rush, 24
'Department Office. Gamesare from his capable defensive tennis squad this g 2
Cliff Lawson, former high

begin tentatively October 3,scheduled 1976. to front Williams five,: tackles middle guard Bill Nettles Deryl school Orange tennis Park, defeated standout J.E.at season teammate, edged Randy fellow Crews,BHS 7-6 Wa 15 (Just West Of The Bayless Hwy)

and Leandrew Alexander, and Tomlmson. 6.4 and 6-2, to take and 6-4 for the division 23 I
Punt. Pass& Kick 7 SOLO;)
ends Randy Dukes and Danny .
top honors in men's 18-and- championship. Samons took a 14 ,
The Annual Punt Pass & Jones, along with a good over division of the Starke 5-4 tie breaker in the first set "

Kick Contest, sponsored by measure of red-dogging from Golf and Country Club Open of the title match. Something:
Terwillegar Ford Motors of defensive backs Glenn Kemp, Tennis Tournament singles Samons also had a close
.Starke will be held Saturday, Randall Griffis and Alfred competition Sunday first set in his semi-finals SOLD :
18 1976. at 9:00: Holmes. afternoon. match with Joey Herres, You Can't
at the Pratt Street "We'll need another Lawson,a Starke resident In winning the set on a tie ; HffordTo
a.m. outstanding defensive game," his early 20's, won the matchin breaker, 7-6. before rallyingfor .
:Playground.All contestants are asked to Roberts says of tomorrow two sets on a series of well a 6-1 win in the second set. \, 500
night's contest,alluding to the placed line and passing shots Crews defeated Steve
be time. Mi.
Registration on will\ remain according to tourney officials. Oriffis. 6and 6-3, in I .
defense of last week, which The men's division champ. Saturday's semifinals.In I
Friday. ,
'open the Pratt kept the Tigers alive.in first Lawson won his berth in the the girl's 13-to-17: division, \20
17, at
[September Old half action against Cross City finals with a three set victory. Lynn I rice defeated Pam :
.!Street Center. and the during the first half, and then 3-6. 6.4 and 6-2 over Johnny Tucker 'I and 6-3. for the : You Can Own Your Own PropertyIf
Armory set up the second half scoring. Hobbs in Saturday's semi champ nship. Both girl's \3
PKY passed 17 times finals. div>* .Iinrhstsarecurrently
Women's' Flag Football the Santa Fe Raiders .. .wrs of the BUS tennis
, There will be a meeting Football to last neck, completing five, Tomlinson, a Starke t..m You Really Want To !
organize a Flag businessman in his 40' .. semifinals
with three falling into the Miss Tucker won a -
'League for women. Monday hands of defenders. blanked Jerry :\1 cG riff, 6-0 match against Merri
'night. September 27, at 7:00: and the to the
6-0 on way Orm&bee, 6-3 and 6.0, in
p.m. in the Recreation Holmes and Cedric Warren finals.In Saturday competition.
'Department Office will Old be each snared an interception the women'S 18-and-over Tennis tourney action i Come Out This Saturday And
The league
Armory apiece in last week's game, division Hjalmar McMillan continues at the Starke Golf
for women age 16 and over. and Dean Dukes slapped one defeated Kathy Casey 6-1 and and Country Club this Name The Price
You Want To
I The league will be a no- .
football pass down at the line of 6-3 in the finals matchup.Both weekend, Friday and ,
contact type of flag women are former Saturday, when the club plays
consisting of seven-member scrimage. Bradford High netters. host to the Starke Open J Pay Far The Tract 0 f Your

teams, with a maximum Roberts says the addition of Miss McMillan downed Doubles Tournament Semi-
(roster of M players per team. White at quarterback is the Loretta Ross 6.1 and 6-0. in finals action begins at 10 a.m. Choice
[League structure, schedule, only change in the Tiger semi-finals action.In Saturday, with the finals
and fees, if any, will be starting line up offensively or the 13-to-17 boy's division slated to get underway at 2
;discussed at this meeting. defensively for tomorrow John Samons a Bradford Sunday. Admission is
night's game.In High senior expected to play free and the public is invitedto
Repouase' ClassA addition to White at the either one or two man on the attend. Inspection Sat.

Repousse' Class will be

offered Recreation through Department the for Sept. 18 8 A.M. To Sale Time

those 18 and over. Repousse'is
a type of raised decoupage Dear Citizens Of Bradford CountyI

using clay. Pre-registration
will be held from September16th

determine through the the number 24th, of to I Would Like To Take This Opportunity To Thank Sale Conducted By

those interested. There must

be a minimum of six to a There class You For Your Support And Vote At The Polls ill
than ten.
and no more Ben Realtor
will be a charge of $10.00 to Campen

cover supplies some and the of class the will needed last It Is My Desire To Serve You Faithfully To Pursue

be for offered six weeks.on Mondays The classes from will?. The> Goal Of Excellence In Education For All

10 p.m.. 'and Thursday
mornings from 9-12 a.m. U People & Auctioneer
enough are signed up, classes
will begin on Monday, October4th SincerelyTom
and Thursday, October ,
7Ui. If you have any questions, Casey Hawthorne Fla. 4812437I
contact the Recreation .
Department, 964- m.


--- -

. .. '
. .

Page 12 TELEGRAPII September 16.1976BHSEdges

Vanguard 18-15

With Fourth Quarter Strategy

Tornado backs dropped the theTD,Carter went over from down' the snap from center
Mall on the ground six times 10 yards out with 9:27 left in was mishandled but QB
Friday night in rain the game. Prevatt's extra Prevatt recovered the tkr
drenched Ocala. but point kick skidded along the football. l8 l
Vanguard returned the favor ground and BHS failed to tie It was third down and eight ti'!,
midway the fourth period and the score, trailing 12.13. yards to go. Onto the field
Bradford High drove 32 yardsfor The Tornado defense came the speedy Kenny Aycox
the winning touchdown started coming Alive to who was inserted intlo the
which edged the Knights 18 Vanguard's attack al that game as running back for the
15 in the season's football point. Defensive end opener. Godwin stopped a try aroundthe On the pitchout around right
At that it took some game D left end on second down. end off the veer option Aycox .,.
ending strategy which Tornadoes Roland Cummingsand responded, racing 14 yards to '
,and defensive end Keith Carter no.83. come up to stop Vanguard/ QB
Safety Kenny Aycox. no.21.
included an intentional Waiscel Hines drug down the Knight 16 before Greg
the Tornado ends In the first period, but faced a Meadily
David Glenn Norris around the end. Vanguard ran
by veteran Coach Knight Charlie Quick after a Brown finally could push him
closed off the outside to the Knights.
toughening pair of Big lied ends which eventually
Hurse to preserve victory. yard's gain. out of bounds but not off his
Backed up to their own 13 yard BHS got the toll back. feet. It gave BHS a big first 18 -IS and:: the out
defenders score put
<\ for 25 yards to the to defend against a possiblefake
line by a fighting Knight team .' t f + the pigskin 29 down. up
Aycox returning Tornado side of the 50 Norrishit kick and let the punted The BUS defense held again..
trying desperately to comeback n yards to the Vanguard 39. But With 4:31: remaining Aycox
Hurse had quarterback the BHS offense lost 29 yardsin got the call on the dive playoff Brewton on a seven yard ball roll dead at the Tornado
Prevatt retreat into with pass but Vanguard was called 10 and one half yard line, STARKI 1 0 S 12. ii
Jimmy SsshSL \ three plays on a clipping tackle and responded a .
a personal foul. Penalized 7042 1s
the endzone on fourth down. '. penalty and another fumble long four yards to drive inside VANOUARO
from the point of the ball the "All right, I love you. I
The safety gave Vanguardtwo Jimmy Clark saved the the Knight 12 yard line On "
points making the score ,< football but the play lost 18 second down Prevatt pitche- Knight team was marched you defense Coach Mike Scoring,
t,, .. back 15 its his Red
yards to 42 with the Sexton yelled at Big
but the .1. BHS.Co".r. 4 yard run (Ipatt f.il.dlV.n
18 15, yards.. From his 31 Clark to the left end to Aycox who
loss of the down. defense as it came off the field :Norm I yard run (Jonnton kick)
Tornadoes an additional seven Kicked into the endzone.On : was hit at the seven yard line ,
Van Stafford Z.yord p..lrom Norm
Halfback Andrew Carter looks back at the football which after holding on the crucial :
of from whichto just the ball but
yards gridiron first down after drug first one then three (kick fold)
kick when the ball was flew out of his hands. BUS dropped the football six times against was brought out to the 20 Knight defenders to the 1 and From his 42 and under series of downs. BHS.Carter IO.y.rd run (kick lalltdl)
brought out to the 20. Punter Vanguard and lost it three times. Knight defensive end Paul Knight QB Norris got into the one half yard line before he pressure from the BHS Little running back Sammy BHS.Provo" I yard run (run loll.dlV.n.Sol.y. )
Jimmy Clark, who earlier had Evers.shown diving/ for ball under the arm of cornerback Derek Tornado secondary on a could be stopped It gave BHS defense QB Norris threw Bennett got six yards to the 17 Prevatt downed In .nd
pushed Vanguard deep into Stafford recovered for Vanguard on the Knight 23.stopping one keeper around right end. At another first down. high just above the fingertips on first down but then BIIS lone
with a 70 BIIS drive. hit hard of his receiver. On third down stalled Prevatt lost a yard on
Knight territory the 32 Norris was by From just outside the one
yard boot, squibbed this one Tornado linebacker Lee QB Prevatt got the go ahead Norris way overthrew the keeper right then lost the BRADFORD VANGUARD
off the side of his foot but also time in the game as it foughtto still had enough speed to drag Casey, The wet ball popped touchdown on the quarterbacksneak Stafford at the right sideline. football which fullback 14 Final Down f
from behind Peterson down from behind. Greg Daniel was forced to Jimmy Clark alertly ball 24] Yards Ruihlna 14S
pushed Vanguard out to the come loose and Bradford's FranklinBell with 3:40 left to go in the S4 Yard Patting. 72
Tornado 45. Bradford High opened Prevatt was the only thing recovered, game. The point after kick punt the ball away from his 42. 110 PA PC.PI 4110
A 15-yard pass interference scoring in the first period withan that prevented a touchdownthen With paydirt just 32 yards sailed along the ground but The Tornado defense with hawked for a three yard loss. tilt Puntt 4-141
penalty pushed Vanguard to 80 yard drive on the and thereBHS' away and under six minutes BHS led for the first time about 2:50: remaining took nohanel's. On fourth down came the 2 Fumblel Lett.. I
the Tornado 30 with 42 secondsleft ground with runningback Jimmy Clark and Jay left in the game, the sinceearly in the game 1813 ( The defense stayed intentional safety, making the 35 VardlPenallled II
on the clock, But Knight Andrew Carter hitting paydirt Godwin nailed Knight QB Tornadoes set out to make Big Brewton returned the
Glenn Norris from four yards out. A pass Norris after one yard on first offered
quarterback good the opportunity Tornado kick off 13 yards to
could find for a twopoint conversion down. But on second down Clark
no receivers openon them. Fullback Jimmy the Vanguard 26. On first
the next two plays on whichhe failed and BHS led 6 -0 Norris found wideout Daryl got two yards on first down down QB Norris found wideout
ran the clock out on sideline Vanguard came back with a Stafford at the Iwo, the ball but had to leave the game with Daryl Stafford up the middle
60 yard drive when big full sailing over the head of BHS'Franklin
passes which the Tornado cramps in the leg; On second between two Tornado
defense held to two and three back David Brewton got loose Bell who had allowed
yards. for a long gainer to set up the Stafford to get behind him in
score. Quarterback Norris the corner of the field.
Bradford High scored first, went over from a yard out Stafford caught the ball and
showing an aggressive The extra point kick was good stepped into the endzone BHSVolleyballersHost
offense but trailing 7 -6 and 13 and Vanguard led 7-6 with 2:50: untouched with 1:0-1:
6 before scoring two fourth left in the opening period. remaining in the third period.
period touchdowns to pull the The extra point kick failed
game out. Coach David Hurse Rain began to fall at the because of a bad snap from PKY In
credited the superior physical half. Fumbles punctuated the center but Vanguard led 13.6
condition of the Tornadoeswith third period. BHS droppingthe at that point
being a large factor in the ball the first two ale
opening game win, possessions. One fumble Speedy Kenny Aycox Opener TuesdayBradford
resulted in the second returned the Vanguard kick
"We've been working the Vanguard touchdown. Line- off 25 yards to the Tornado 43. ,
devil out of them:' Hurse tolda backer Pete Peterson pickedthe The Big Red offense held onto wM a .
fan after the game alludingto ball which QB Jimmy the football this time and
the strength the Tornadoes Prevatt and center Jeff Jockel drove 57 yards in 10 plays, Count High'swomen leaves the center open to showed in the fourth period in dropped on the snap, and ran using mostly off- tackle dives open a 12-outing hard driving
volleyball slate next Tuesday
which the Big Red team to the Tornado 27. QB Prevail featuring principally the ) spikes.
P,K, that
hosting Youngeof Mrs. explains
evening Harvey
appeared stronger( than at any operating with a gimpy leg. running of Andrew Carter, for Gainesville in the season competitive volleyball differs

opener at 7 o'clock in the from the type most
Tornado gym people are familiar with
Fellow Citizens: This year's edition of the where the ball is pushed
BUS women's volleyball teamis across the net with open
coached b>' I Inez Harvey hands. The brand of volleyballher
Thank You For Your Vote & Support. I Will Strive Mrs Harvey encouraged squad plays is termed, .. "
by the play of three veteran "power volleyball," where ,
To Earn The Confidence You Have Placed In Me. I Tornado \'olle'baUers and a players jab the ball with

host of talented newcomers hands together and fists Members: of the 1jIlIUIS!) volleyball lea m. which <>|>rn their season. lu-ic next 'lm>sil.tni lil, .11.
Consider It An Honor And A Privilege To Serve As speaks optimistically about closed. Spiking leaping high front row, left to I'ilthlI: ; >r.i llankcrson. lteltHudson.. I E\l1: IVte. (iissamlia. lolinsoii.. < .11 111.illlam l\u.
her team's chances for and driving the ball down \\ l'aleril'hmdirr and Dana I)>ul Second "row (o.nh liu>/ 11,11'lc'hhie.\ I.outsI'a ml MI
Your School Board Member success in the upcmong across the net with gomes Sandra Hamcs.' Jaime BrirI'lnlhs" Sharpe and E"'I': Itiihinsnii. Irani unmix',is not
season despite a decided considerable force is also a pictured are: .... .. .lalkfii. und t nun.) Muiph\;
disadvantage in team height part of the game.Veteran .
I Again Apologize To Those Of You To Whom I The Tornado volleyball Tornado
i squad's 16 members average valleyballers returning to the Robinson; juniors C.irnUnCJomes are to be home contests, the
Was Unable To Talk With Personally. You Were Not about 5-4 according to Mrs. squad this season are seniors Belly Hudson Kmnid: Ulis women will p.ulicipjte in Husband examining bills,
Harvey woo! indicated that Cassandra Johnson and Dana Murphy: ', :Mary Berry and \Eva: the District t tournament to h(' to wife: "Kemember on Ol-
Missed Intentionally. Again Thank you they will make up for the l lackof Dyal and sophomore Carolyn Pate: and !sophomore Sandra held :November; 5 and 6, A site vacation when we spent
height with tactics illiams. Barnes and freshman Valeria lor the District tourney' has money like there was no
She< plans to employ the Newcomers vying for a spot Chandler :.Ina Hankerson, not been announced js>eL but tomorrow Well it's
Pd. Pol. Adv Sincerely Yours Vernon Parmenter "middle-in" defense as among the starling six in next Janice Berry and Plnllis the top Imisher will .uh.imeto tomorrow."
\ opposed to the "middle-out" Tuesday's season opener Sharpe. the Kenion.ils] :; >\. I-II.:! : -Ralph Dunagin, field
defensive alignment which against P,K. Younge tire: mid will have a shot at the Newspaper Syndicate
seniors Barbara Telken In addition to the 12 regular Slate Tournament on
/'. --.--...... I. Dennie Gomes and Ester season outings,seven of which :November; 10:20!().

\ Bradford County Has I


Asked For 11
; .

J The Steak Man Has Provided I It


Bradford County

Foot Long

Steak Sandwich

Anyway You I

Wan! Plus A :

12 Ox. DRINK This is the story of one of our patrons formula. His fall-fertilized acreage

who always fertilized his peanut yielded 4,400 Ibs. per acre, the rest,

acreage in the spring. A Gold Kist farm 3,800 lbs. No need to tell you when

hand recommended he do it in the fall he puts down his fertilizer since

when he'd not only have more labor that happened

and equipment available, but he'd also There are many other ways

be assured of getting the fertilizer he we can lend you a helping hand. And

needed at a reasonable price. our services are free through any

He agreed to try it and covered Farmers Mutual' Exchange.

160 acres with 600 Ibs. 41224ith So when you're looking to

Boron until bad weather forced him improve your lot in life, come to Goldto

Plus Tax stop. In the spring, he finished the Kist, where you'll find good things for

remaining 578 acres using the same the farm and from the farm.

Offer Good All Day Friday Sept. 17 EARNERS MUTUAL EXCHANGE Wi

Call964-6567 To Order Ahead I

(JWf3(1(1V0( ( ( (LUO I Q ? fllf3f] f3 II I II

1I I

1212 N. Temple Starke


i. 1, 1F

- - - - -

... .a.wwar' 1 .
.' 'rl ,
-. r a' r r- nYN r r $ r M M -. -, 7 .. a -- '

.1'1'1" : .r w

September 10,1976 T Lc4R4,_ U rage 13Starke

Teams Finish 1112 In Keystone Tournament Mobile home Variance Asked fl.I I

Two Starke teams battled the pair of championship side with three quick outs in weekend tournament, the "
right down to the wire for the clashes the top of the first. Dairy final three against Dairy Markalee Starling of completed the installation and

championship title In slow When Dairy Queen took the Queen came from behind in Queen after defeating Brooker'In A Kingsley Lake, will appear has retained an attorney
Mack Futch of Starke to
pitch softball tournament first title match up 5-4, coming the bottom of the fourth with a first round action before the Clay County Board ,

action In nearby Keystone from behind on a two-run pair of runs to take a 2-1 lead Dairy Queen earned Its or Adjustment tonight apply for a variance, allowing
Heights last weekend. (Thursday) at 7:30: p.m the mobile home to stay,
homer by player-coach Jim which remained Intact for the berth in the championships
The Zoning Board at its last
seeking a variance to ,
Lewis a second championship remainder of the with a 12-9 victory over t
t. Starke representatives In game was called for by championship clash. Brooker in coming back him to maintain a mobile meeting, voted to uphold the
administrative decision of
:fi the weekend tourney, tournament officials, who through the losers bracket home on his lake-front

i Badcock's and Dairy Queen, noted the earlier DQ loss to after the early loss to property.A Zoning Director M.L. Beasley
J tangled three times during Badcock's.A Badcock's had defeated Badcock's. permit was issued to in issuing the stop order

Keystone tournament play, tough defensive battle Dairy Queen 19.9 In third Brooker held a three run Starling, through error, by the

twice to decide the champion.After ensued, with neither of the round action at the Keystone edge over Dairy Queen, 9-6, Clay County Zoning Board on A Sinking Thought

losing to Badcock s 19- Starke squads mustering their tourney. Lewis related that after five Innings of play At July 5, allowing him to replace A

9 in early tournament play usual high scoring, hitting "they really hit the ball well," that point, In the top of the a mobile home that was congressional proposal 10
create a central federal
Dairy Queen, formerly the attacks. After allowing in downing his recently sixth Dairy Queen rallied for previously on the property energy

Starke Merchants, came back Badcock's to score one run formed and remanned squad. four runs, on a two-runs- prior to the time zoning bank is like "rearranging fumi- r'.

through the losers bracket to and load the bases with no The Badcock squad played batted-In single by Brian became effective at the lake. tore on the deck of the Titan-

meet their hometown rivals in outs, Dairy Queen retired the only four games In the Johns, followed by a two run This mobile home was jc;' Federal Energy Adminis- :

homer by Bill Kelton. Two Winners In Keystone tournament action, Dairy Queen team "grandfa thered In". but, trator Frank Zarb told a recent

insurance runs were added In members are: front row, from left: Wilbur Waters, Randy according to zoning Senate Interior Committee

Mistakes Slow Tiger Offensive the late going. Jones, Buddy Paterson, Charlie Green and Jim Dun<<:an. Second regulations, could not be hearing. He said FEA data

I Kelton had a pair of home row: Bill Kelton, plaer-coach Jim Lewis, Joey Bennett, Brian replaced after its removal. "tells us we are in deep trouble" I.
runs, and went three for three Johns, Larry Paterson and Stewart Duncan. and
Congress and
In First Half Against Bears In Dairy Queen's first round Starling Ignored a stop- tration the Adminis- .
should be
victory over tournament hosts order delivered to him on July directing attention ,'

"We made enough mistakes being the blocked punt, which point try failed on a fumble Johnson's Raiders of 28, instructing him not to to meeting the problems ,.i

to last the entire season," resulted in a Union County coming at the snap from Keystone. Charlie Green also proceed with permanent rather than collating infor- ,

Coach Charlie Roberts said of touchdown with just under center. homered In that opening Installation of the home. He motion .

Union County High's eight minutes remaining In That final Tiger TD, which round game.

performance in last week's the first half came with just 3:04: remaining Green wentthree-for-four at 4

season opener against Cross Forced into a fourth and on the game clock, saw senior the plate, with a solo homer in

City, after reviewing the long yardage situation from Glenn Kemp power his way Dairy Queen's 11-7 second I Sincerely Appreciate

game with members of his their own 21 yard line, by two Into the end: zone from three round victory over Devrick's,

coaching staff. penalties for 20 yards and held yards out.Alfred also of Starke Pitcher Randy

Roberts said his Union High to just six yards In three Holmes Intercepted a Jones helped his own cause In I i fydr The Vote And Support I Received

Tigers and the Cross City attempts by a stubborn Tiger Bear pass at the Cross City 42 the second round game by

Bears may have combined defense, the Cross City squad and returned the ball to the 22 going three-for-three And I Want To Extend

efforts for a rather dubious elected to punt. The snap from In setting up the final score of Including one extra base

record of having accumulated center nearly sailed over the the evening. Fullback Jackson double Wilbur Waters went h Best Wishes

the most yards in penalties punter's outstretched hands, picked up six yards and then three-for.four. all singles, to yL.'i My

during anyone game. He but he somehow managed to Steve Sirmones added 13 more aid the Dairy Queen effort.

figured about 26 flags fell to bat the ball down to the turf around left end just prior to Jones received the To Mrs Alvarez

the turf at almost regular and It came to rest at his fet't. Kem 's score. tournament's sportsmanship

intervals during last week's By this time several members Cedric Warren picked off a award trophy and Don Luke 1

season opener. of the Tiger front line, Cross City pass at the Tiger 10 of third place finisher Brooker 7

However, the Tigers, including Danny Johns and yard line m turning the ball won the I tourney Most ThanksGENELONG

despite a slow start Cedric Warren had broken over to the offensive unit for Valuable Player award Runnl'r-up Badcock'l team members are: front row from

offensively In last week's through the Cross City line what Roberts termed the "big In addition, trophies were Left: Ricky Hennett Wane TestonI', mmt'tt \krldgt',

contest, walked away with a and the rest Is now history, as play" of the second half, a 57- awarded to the top finishing manager Dale Brown and Skippy ('ra"ford. Back row: Steve

27-6 victory over the Bears. Johns blocked the punt and yard TD pass from sophomore teams, and members of the Cubbedge, Dennis 'rawford Ellis (;rlrrs, :Mike Sanders, Hill "

Roberts blamed the slow Warren recovered in the end quarterback Leandrew Dairy Queen squad received Jackson Dennis ('ra"ford.l.arryIt'rcer.: Steve Thomas, coach

Tiger start offensively on zone for the Tigers lone TD of Pringle to Kemp, who came In Individual trophies Dwight Elder anti :Mike Kitchens .

turnovers more precisely the first half.Incidentally. liS a tight end
fumbles. Twice during the Roberts says Roberts said the Tigers had

\"". opening half Tiger offensive that quick kick on third down tried the same pass play E GLE ON SALE

( f drives came to an abrupt halt and the fake punt the Bears midway through the first NOtlLMASR1Ef IANMAMfRICAAD t ,

.: with a Bear perched on a lose had pulled earlier in the first quarter, but the earlier pass rHURSD4A!

} ball The Tigers gained quarter really didn't catch fell incomplete, after the 64 j j"ojIDANDA -

possession of the ball five anyone "We knew Intended receiver had broken FRIDAY AND I I'
times in the Initial half, punts they would have to do clear In the Bear defensive why? Prkel _

closed two other drives and something In the critical secondary.

the clock ran out on the final situations," he said. Roberts said the play is

I attempt to get the wishbone The quick kick came on the called the "tight end throw

offense on track. Bears first offensive back," adding that its success NATIONAL SAIl I

possession of the game, and from the option depends B.ANI !

The defensive unit followed a 13-yard loss in two heavily on defensive over-

accounted for the big play of plays including a five yard adjustment. "They rolled one

the first half, which helped the penalty. It netted the Bears way and we caught 'em," J
Tigers to a surprisingly slim some 30 yards in field position Roberts said of the 57-yard TD the names IOU know and trust tli lower than low prices!

one-point edge over the Bears however, when the Tigers lost pas of the fourth quarter last .
-- ,
at halftime. That big play the ball on their first offensive week. -

play via the fumble.

The Bears' fake punt was BITS All-Sports _SIY E 15% r I ; .

Openers Set made in an effort to gain eight Huds on "-i I ,

yards needed for a first down Club Meeting Set ONE GALLON I THINE YOU ;

Area prep school junior at the Tiger 39 yard line "We ALL PURPOSE I
football action were ready," Roberts said GET A GENUINE
varsity gets
Director and head EAGLE DLEACN Y
and the ended five JEAN SUIT FOR
underway during the short some football Coach David Hurse 1i2COULD
upcoming week and locallv yards of its intended will filmed }
present highlights
tJnUt-the Bradford and mark. 49 I
High of the 1976 Bradford High d 1 .8 8
Union There nothing
County High JV squads was fancy School-Gainesville Buchholz o-- tos
are meeting their first about the Tiger kicking game: 1" "Big'FPta.. WASt6 9U/EA LOW DISCOUNT PRICE iJ-j
game, to be played this Friday a
opponents of the 1976 season in It was effective, however. night In Gainesville, during a r- kWlk VALUE ILUS! At fill, you cat Coam tam ddlrl A a
the week ahead. Tight end Danny Johns tRreAhr, Al AA tale
meeting of the BHS
The area prep schedule has boomed two punts during the Club AIl-8ports YALE PLUS! 1. with all ilia esler6 lenues boll 9

Bradford High's Tornado JV opening half one was good for 7 p.m.next In Tuesday the high, Sept school 21, at JEAGENS COLD r 27koi'r' SUPER LOW DISCOUNT PAIGE' want: rather yoke, Coppertone
1895 Closures riveted leas stilt 4
squad traveling to Live Oak some 40 yards and the other SAYE 16% SAVE rLEVI'SILUEJUNSTHE
next Union netted some 35 yards in field library WATER WASH, pOCktlL Caeca a Iary Ia yar
Thursday, Sept. 23.
Coach Hurse will also ORIGINAL SHRINE-TO-FITS H3L SB N f
County High's JV team will position. 44c a FL, 02, I/ S SCmrateed.
a preview, with the I nea p II1 hem II they
host Interlachen Sam Jackson went three for 1 '
.14. '
aid of last year's game film, DISCOUNT PRICE WASn. OISCOUNT PaICE WAS 3' 1.d1 np! 100 waght cotton denim, 2411.
Thursday, Sept 16.Thursday's three in extra point attempts II
for the
season opener In season opener with their .. I1
kicks off a seven game sailed kick- providing Bear Eastside High of Gamesville. WEAVE, 120 S1. FT. wit. anir nA... .,.... )ECORATES SHELVES, 1SAYE 1W 'tab
schedule for Tiger JV, which country in what Persons interested in r
continues home field action Hoberts termed a "good
joining BHS AIl-5porls 21% SAYE 2E%
next Tuesday, Sept. 21, by kicking gdme. Club are invited to attend next .
hosting Baker County High's A running conversion Tuesday's meeting. r (VENUS! PIT 'M COLLAR
I tplM I
Wildcat JV squad. attempt on the final extra ? SEALED SEAN HILLS FLEAS x'4 SAVE 21"

1.44 1.97 PRICE' WAS J.4 1 /1 L._. \ yl!
D U l'T T K E L WERE JtJ- "' .ICJ PSAYE t'MESH t'/
SAYE 1to 1/% cool lIellbl IIwzshlble.
Super weave
1 open
I :rw D E :x: 02. UNION I tl 21H.ALKALINE IDRCES6CARInE 1.27 /uck or brolln SillS 1.12 t'


IXPLANATIDM TI. Du.hl syenm ,..y;.. 0 ....tl........ a.dse. N H. ..,.tI.. a...grk of oil ...,,.. H" ..fl.eh ..... 1C.0I.. '
.'.ryla s.nb.n.rkk a..Lal/ke' ..tang' hNd la s i i ps ,, N.hm+. .a h..+ 70.0 ,0 'I 4.C CANNON IA1N TOWELS WARP SAYE 1,00 I VALUE PLUS!
p.11111 .trseIIr, pr pin.. Man 40.0 hs" :+n.t epp.nfNn f 'N.nti..l sk.: si. : Ise11d in'iZ"D7.1t Dank DISCOUNT PRICE, I -:.": YOU UP IN 22812 INCHES OF Li


Temple545 113' Or.mblln 11 a E.TIIC SI 58.a 151' ECent Okla 511 ;
R. T.. Rotl'l Dill, 0,0"1 T.nnusee. 877 .\2.. TCU 118 Evanevllle' 523 .5.. Fronklin/ 171Texu SWEI'III'U'"III DRANO INSTANT PACK OF 2 3 8 8 WITH SOIL IIILUSE WORK.OR.PUT SHIRT FOR MEN
hng m 932 .1151. NTell St 180 I Hanover 585 48.' E.rlham 104 I tinQLUNGES OPENS FAMOUS NAME A Not 1'111 touch-up kODRg", nllded! Pllfecl Plrtner with Asia 11IO%
Tn. AU 184 \2. Hw'lI. 88 I Harding 424 '5. N'w.at Okl.318 )
MAJOR GAMES I Texas A'1\I" 980 I.n. K.n. SI191 I HOIs. ds Ia 22 I'I. Buller' 513 \ IENNISAACKT A DRAINS. 5-01. PILLOWCASES DISCOUNT PRICE W A S 4.4I Tout 1V 01. Cotta poi Y. 2942. coltOIi 8 Actual lor COlllort. s.n
UC L : 1077 r '" 648 Hope 411 Ili Wabh'' 311 4 THE MOST POPULAR NAME IN
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER la Utah :; 710 13lton: g Beach. 7 I /l5 .ipl R lman 221Alabam. ? ,7.88 1.00 1.94IscouNI
'" 1002 .n.. S M U. 833 V. T.ch" 14 4. .,2. So Mlp 12 I J CCent' 280 '4' Hlrom 238 SPORT SNUKEAS FOR MEN
App..ch'n' itS4 .1.. VM1 '. 830 Vanderblll' 883 '11' W'k..ror..t. 7521, MI Union 48 I. '2' Albion 446 PRICt WAS 1.3 )IsCouNT PRICE Ya II led not famous like label OIl
Ark SI 891 '24'' Indiana St 833 W Michigan. 818 .1. N IIIInoIi" 810 1\Iu.klngum' 503 .114. Martetta 366Arkaua
.. IOS6 ,8. Okla S. 918 WTee St' 148 .119, Wtchtta 560'i': N...., 1\10' 503 \2., KY State 380 the hack. Slight Rreg 1127r
Army' 823 .161. Holy Cron 540. WI'eontln" 184 111. NDakota 80S Oll.rbeln" 331 ,O, K..nyon a71Auburn' I YALDE PLUS SAYE 2E% 7 ,
035 13.8 Baylor H : Wm&Mary m .S' Virginia' SSt Ark 564 1o'' S'ea tOkla: 411 =a..SAYE 21% .
Ball 9t 53 Miam. o' Yal. 60 .31 Brown' Sweat Tex 57.6 11 Cameron 54S
Bowl pOr'n' 828'211' EMlch..n 5801 'Taylor 291 '13. And..r.on" 188BrIOYoun SMELL an 3-PACK DIAL P --t- i 4 PACK STRIPE I 4 14fAr'rrfa6nnR
," Ha .5. ColoSI en 4 Tenn Tech 888 113. Young."nSSg ANN IIO.CNI.SECTICIDE O DEODOAAMi 'KITCHEN TOWELS. "
Cent Mlch' 730 ,6' Toledo 6461 OTHER EASTERN willlno11" sea '4' Weber St 147Clnc'nati ,
100 Sweat La: 705 Wllmln.'on' 342 '1' C.plta1211 ,. BATS SOAP 1/A21" SIZE ;
Colgate So 3 ..130;. Davld.on 260 SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 1dcolcrado + vA ruy,

Da'tmouth 8Y4 031 141' W..hln.n"'91. Penn 6871 8541AIC 51.1 .lilt Conn' 413 OTHER SOUTHERN 990 PA.N 57 c u 1.00 ; ,'l..., .. ,
Albright' 45' '15' Lycomln 303 "
Dayton770. .14' vJ'i.'d".i' : : : 2 Ill .2/' Broekp'l n3 ATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 18 DISCOUNT PRIC, WA3J7p r WERE i.ir SAVE 1.%
79 5
,.' 494'' Bloomb'g' IS'. l0' Lk H..n 173 Angelo St' 795 ''JIll Alcorn 803 '
Oral 538 C W Po.," 484 .8, Ho'.r 3771
19NC81atN ..
E Carolina 910 180 Au P..y" 850 .8. M. HIli 468Flonde' 4.96
C.U'SI Pa 211 .11. Canialua' 105 li
888 'nil. Hou.lon 853 B-Cookman' 828 130 Ltvingetane 328
Clln'lIl. 331 I 17.' Both.ny.W Va' 21 l''
199 Bowie Sl 3a 1 20' Fro.'bur.192 "
Georgia Furman173 I' 889 '.21'211 Clemon"Pruby'n 11 8 Cent Conn 382 '3' .Springfield', 353. C-Newm.n 481 'II Catawba" 451Har VALUE PLUS! f DISCOUNT PRice WA5jM': SAVE UP 701 11'4I" j
Clar'on" 414 7' D. State 34 .
553 Cent Ark 7 4 I 13. Cent Mo 348Iowa'
'a rd' 12 8 I n. ColumbIa. 18' Corset 0. 411 ..28. R PI" 159 SI" 583 13. S'uel MD 852 MIN POOL !VL1 1 r SUEDE LEATHER won SHOE
1I SYrlc" ,
Iowa III Bbd '13' Air FDIC" 151 E Siroud.b, 661 n MCnrcialr 380 Fate Ky' 881 'IU WIt..nb'lI 838 CHLORINE WITH OIL RESISTANT SOLE TOUR 2 9 6
841 Edlnb..ro' 428 '2. 405 Elon' 513 I 21' Lib B.pll.t 304 CHOICE VALUE PLUS!
Kansar 918 '1U K.nlucky J M
F. M 444 .3. Oettveb 414 i Em-H.nry 294 'Ills I W.hLe.184 FLOATER /RCN Good I.kll tappet cOMfort
Kent LSU'St'928 138 .211. '0''Or"90n Ohio SI U 721 138 Orof"y- 318 .18. Del Valley 183 Flo A"M 885 '28' Alb.ny395 ,.. JI coshlontd IIISol,. Brow.. 11m 112. WERE U' TO ua.E.'S FRUIT If THE USMMEN'S
21'' Roch Tech 150
LaT.ch'181 'I/' McNee.e. 132 351 .91. Wllk. 218 O-W.bb 525 112' N.wberry" 410 .. 9.88 NO-IRON PRESS SHIRTS, UNDERWEAR IS MANE TO UITOR
O'lownK.yy' 434 19' Held.lb' 340Mayland
S. 58
1\I.nh.1I 838 "71 1 IIIlnol. 81Indton..p. .
884 .I8. W Virginia' 66 5 "17. Albany 370 HSydn.y' 482 110. S.w.n. 364Memphi. DISCOUNT PRICE P BAN-LDN NYLON "L'S Tskrtss3nRLSIL
,3' Tulea' 847 Kean 209 \' NY Tech' 165 6o9 'I4. Cent Okla I 432 hIS Ikl I8r bolb bllS. InHitt313IS.
':11 ,3' Florida St 161 King. Pt 488 I 1 Lafayette' 444 YCnkOo;: Si' 593 .16' Prairie V 412Mteh VALUE PLUS! SAYE 26% SAYE 24% 1rt GgamltpIRaaml N bllYl
Miami Fla' .P lour shorts flea 21-42,3/Ut
Lehlgh 629 '4' B-Wallac. 991 Len o< ; SlIorlssn.
786 Rhyn. 530 'N Wollord' 492
SI' 907 1141. Wyoming Stanford 73 M'ier.v'is 509 .14' Slip Rock 310 1111.. Col leg 111. Montl".lIo" 328lI"nne. MAGICOLOA \.o -
Michigan'., ." 1081 .21',13', Wa.hSI 741 Morl\on, : 31a 118., Dlckln-on 19 4907 1i.. v.1 585 1181 Plate Bluff'eec 390IIII.IOPI" UTIX ALOES 86c 25c
ch"'e' 118 S..lon Hail H 4 ..
1003 .28. Tulane 717 .282 pi. t Okla 559 1 24. Ark 321 ENAMEL, UT. 7
IIhlpo.n.b. .2' Ku'zlown 330 Nicholls 591 '2' Ju AI.' 060Museurl DISCOUNTP61CRWASJ.IA')15000NiPRICeWAS3Ed
5.1. SI' 190 35'' 9.84
Itrv1o. SU'lanna/ 355 .281 Oen..a 84 .
Ou.chll"" 532 '1' 441
'" 1001 .10. gO I Trenton 31 2 .28. Paterson' 50 BI'ityho 3 94. E-E FOIL ALUMINUM WARE REYNOLDS WRAP ALUMINUM
N Carolina' 88. '18' N'w..rn 11 5 pe.enb'g 31 I. '4' Ella 219 "'" ;:
N Mex SI 619 ,9' Tex Arl'n' 588 Vo..I. 23" li' IIw Ihmor. 82 S.II.bury" 382 IV' Ol'boro 351 FOR ALL YOUR RAKING, FOIL IS OVEN TEMPERED FOR SUPER LOW DISCOUNT PIIIC )
n I 12. Unlnu. 14 g DISCOUNT PRICE
N Mexico 1115 115, Tea LIP' 688 W.M.rYI. Shepherd 384 I oJ. R-M.oon' 349N'seer IAOILIND, STOYtTOP NEEDS FLEXIILI STRENGTH, 12"925'SAYE
W'minater' 4.5 .8. Junl" 423
L. 841 .2. Lamar 820 S.hernU 595 ''II Tex Soulh'n" 8l
I W..h-Ja' 303 '2' Thill 241 T.Marlin 497 '131' Mid T'nn"
N'w.d' La' 413 71 SFAunln ICS 411 BUILT O. Un-TYPE LISTS
Widener 518 1151 383
Navy 818 .28'. Crnno' t S69 L.b.Valley Tex Lulh'n' 660'11 How Payne 466Nebra.ka SAYE 21%
Irs luther for I Illurll
956 .19.. Indiana' 182 Trlnlly' 318 121 Tarlatan 379Notr.Dam. 21" geM1a
.' 940 ..a. Purdue BBS'' OTHER MIDWESTERN Wcarouna'.828 .3. Murray 699OhloStat. at ULTRA-SHEEN dress uo nom long wun",. 112. ','
1111 1\2' P.nn9tat... 988 'I Western Ky 703 '13i Cha'noogq 81.3 .. ..,._ NAVAL JELLY CONDITIONER /
Oklahoma1135 '22' Call1nrn 912 SATURDAY SEPTEMBER I' DISSOLVES SAYE 16% I .a. a ..
Pacific' 660 :Il' Idaho :g OTHER FAR WESTERN y RusTlo2. B NAPA DRESS, it w }
Pittsburgh 10S T .d3' 0. Tech'. Akron' 112 '12' Mor.h..d 581 202.1121 S aR '-
Princeton 838 '18' 496 Allegheny: 328 731 Car.' 50 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER IS ",. --A' 69c
Rice' 771 ll'in Utah II S Alma 381 ..8. 0North'n' 326Rut9era : 1.38 3
a74 ..21. B..cknell". 800 A'hl.nd" 838 ,7, Central It 48' LNMealco" 83' 120. SuI 110. 33' 79CCOLUTI
S Carolina' 811 .3' Du". 834 Blullton 724 '4' M.nche..r" 180 Llnfl.ld 431 ,7+ S Or'/.on" 355a WAS.....- DISC. PRIC WASI4E
Diego 11I .27' Fr..no 41 6 Centre 227 a Oberlin- 9 San Fran S' 400 '21. 108 TDOTNPASTE,102. k I
San ..II 656 '137' Fullerton' 906 Denlson 473 1ST. W..l'n' 311So WAS 1A4'Ililnd n VIIOE_BIOS! Y6tY OSP
C.III 833 PIS' Oregon' 188 DeP.uw" 42' .1' 0 38' Home Team ii SAYE 21% _

SIVE 11"I SAYE 1.00 SAYE_22% 1.66 66c2A
rsyiM.' WIIKINSON yfiLklETWn
Oklahoma Pittsburgh I 104 7 Oklahoma: 1135 Mlalpp1003 Arkan.u 1051 UCLA. 1023 DIAPERS TIIILL-SU"" TOPPIAIIIT1' T.SlIITS wnw
Ohio: State ltlt, Penn St.U 991 Ohio /tat1117 Alabama 1009 T..a. Tech 914 So Calif I 923 y DISCOUNT PRIC) WAS 24341'
Michigan 117 Boston Col 033 Mlchlg.n 1061 0.or'la 668 T.xa. AAM 990 Calitornla 912 3.27 89 .ISSES' SAINT RYAN Slim COLORFUL IIITUST Till
Pittsburgh: 1065 5014.r. T4 M'.ourl:' ISO I Maryland 994 Arizona St 936 San Jos. $7g 1.4.7 ( LOVABLE DIAMOND JOY BRAS 10p% eytOl .1Ii1 Is .M.. d ehuRap 101I% ERROREsItsi II silt asstlL
845 Kansas 619 L II U. .82' Tou 832 ...
Arkansas 1088 Temple Stanford 673V WRl .IY WlR/J.2E' IN 1 SNAPEMAKEA STYLES
CIA 1022 Navy 616 0..1.8t.. .81' Corolln.: 610 Arizona ea3 W..hln'on S49MI'.ouri WAS 1'.4 E y Will lid II 1f1llli61 I'Ilrtl.M.L IOSmnal Milts' .Eele II. S-IL.
.100 1 Syracuse 756 Nebraska ._.956 1111.. S' .818 Ark III ,.,,101 Utah St _,760MI :

'.Ippi BOOS 100 3 Mae.Delaware V :m N Illinois. 'tr. Dame,. : : NCarolina Florida!1 ,. ,699: 68 0 S Houston M U. 'm Wuh Oregon t.. ,771Alabama ,791 PACK A G. 100\0 1.
Penn State 591 NHshire .882 "!ch.at _.110.1 W.Vlrginhi PSI Angelo St .18 5 Wyoming ..761CouyriOhe 312 W. Madison SL CIGARETTES 141. '
1976 by Dunk.1 Sports Sea.orch Sag 47' 4".I

\. 1

- .. ,

E ** ''II W"Hl -J L Lt -1 -


pagelTELEGRAPH September It. lint

. LEGALS Boy Scout Recruiting Drive RAIFORD NEWSBY

------. Needs Assistance Of AdultsThe MAY BELLE DOBBS Lake Butler and Mrs. Kay attending Miss Chelle in
r- NOTICE demons birthday party
t IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Phone 431-1089 Trowel and children of

I' PUBLIC HEARING I EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUITOF recruiting of boys Into Bradford County will be out and "beat the bushes" at Mr. Earl Dobbs Sanderson were Sunday Hellbron Springs Sunday and

I' A public hearing wiR be held l FLORIDAIN the Boy Scouts of Americawas organized into a district of its schools and playgroundswhere accompanied Mr. Oad Dobbs afternoon guests of Mrs. Mary afternoon were Cathy Bryan

I I' lit the City HaH Starke fie.I' AND FOR BRADFORD the subject brought to the boys are. on a visit to another brother Freeman and Mr.and Mrs. A Wendy O'Guinn.

Monday, Oct. 4. 1976 at 5.00: I Starke Thursday, Sept. 9. bu own.At present Bradford County Bradford County could havea Mr. Clarence Dobbs in M. Jones. Griff, Debra Gordon Lynn and

I,; P.M. for the following purpose COUNTYCIVIL ACTIONIN Charles Patterson director of is a member of the St. Johns maximum number of boy Sanderson Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Marion McCuIlough. Mr. and Mrs.

I; placing a mobile home at the I RE: HARRINGTON Field Services North Florida District with meeting place in and cub scout members that Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dobbs were Friday night supper Donna Newman
Others attendingwere
I r, following locations': I CHANDLER AND ALTEMEASET. Council. Palatka. Many adults in the would top any in the North visited Mr. and Mrs. Manjell guests of their children Mr. Earl Dobbs.and Mrs. J. W.Thomasr .
All parties will be heard at this Council. Dobbs In Madison Thursday and Mrs. Bobby Marton in Mr.
r .- CHANDLER HIS WIFE The meeting was primarily county are interested in the Florida and Renee of
time. for adults North Florida Councilhas Mrs. Debbie McCullough Lake Butler.Miss ; Vesley
I I' I Plaintiff interested in the Boy Scout program if the The
I r Location 1113 Jenkins St. I III -vs- Boy Scout program in Starke.As is brought to now in effect a program Mr. John West and Mrs. EarlDobbs Janice Jones of Starke Mr. and Mrs. Wayne
and children Phillys
I'' 1)) Jamra L Willi ma.I' ROSCOE BELLAMY and ROSA a result the area of grogram County rather than known as "Frontier 76 were business visitorsin Gainesville was a Saturday Hensen of

II De.aipdonotPretty: Begin I LEE BELLAMY his wife and having to drive to Palatka. Roundup Plan for Boys" to Gainesville Wednesday. guest of her parents Mr. and and Rhonda and and Mrs.baby Roy

I I. at Intersection of East line of SOUTHERN DISCOUNT CO. of On Thursday October 7, at recruit new boys for the scout Mr. and Mrs. Otis Green of Mrs. A. M Jones Keystone, Mr.
I. Church Grade end North line of I Starke Defendant LEGALSPERSONAL 7:30: p.m. there will be another program. Both leaders and Jacksonville visited Mrs. Miss Linda Sue Alvarez of Clemons, Sr.John and

I lialert, Lamar Street, and run Easterly II NOTICE OF SUIT meeting held at the First boys already in the programthat Mary Freeman Mr. and Mrs. Gainesville was a weekend grandchildren of Heilbron
West m r Street to East line I PROPERTY United Methodist Church to recruit new boys will A. M. Jones and Mr. and Mrs. guest of her parents Mr. and James Clemons

I' of Mt of SW K of SW % 1 TO: ROSCOE BELLAMY discuss any and all ideas on receive awards for their Earl Dobbs Tuesday.Mr. Mrs. Don Alvarez. Springs
I Section 22 Township\ 6 South Address Unknown this subject gathered by efforts in addition to personal Vernon Hires of Mr. and Mrs. Don Newman Friends of Jason Vaughnwill
I Range 22 East, Thence run I I win net ba raaponalbl for Jacksonville and regret to learn that he is
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED interested adults that care to satisfaction that they had a visited Mr. and and children Gordon
I Northerly along East line I that an action to Foreclose a debts other than myaalt. attend this meeting. hand in introducing some boy Mrs. Earl Dobbs and Mr. and Donna were business visitorsin ill In Union General Hospitalin
I aforesaKi 50 feet to LumpllnI I Mortgage on the following Dorothy M. Han-la. lip 9/16 The Boy Scout program in to the finest program in Mrs. Michael Dobbs Jacksonville Friday night. Lake Butler. We pray he .is
I Property.' Thence run Westerly I ------ soon well and home again.
property BRADFORD County. Bradford County is as good as America for boys. Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Verba Martin was a
I along lumpkin Property to I Florida: other county in the Don Hardenbrook assistant Mrs. Gerald Griffis and business visitor in Starke

I Church Grade Thence run I A Portion of the SW 1-4 of the PUBLIC SALE Unite States. But it fails to Scout master for Troop 70, Mrs. Debbie McCuUough were Monday afternoon.Tom Golden Gleams

I Southerly along Church Grade SW1-4of Section 22, Township Sealed bids will be receivedby interest a large number of Starke invites interested business visitors in and Nellie Mulliken of
I 150 feet to point of beginning the City Commission of the A day to come shows longer -
Gainesville Missouri
6 South Range 22 East as more boys due primarily to disin- parents to attend the meeting Thursday.Lt. Fulton were
I Lying and being in West 1-2 of I particularly described and City of Starke. Florida, at the terested parents and other October 7 and boost the boy David Knight and wife weekend guests of Joe and than a year that's
SW 1-4 of SW Section 22 Dry Hall until 7:00: O'clock P.M.
I 1-4 attached hereto.Commence adults. The adults need to goP scout program. Gail and children Kevin and Carolyn O'Guinn and family.
I Township 6 South Range 22 I at the Southwest on Tuesday October 5, 1976. At Karen of Ft.Bliss Texas were Mrs. Mary Lou Yarbroughof -Thomas Fuller.iZrift.

I East. corner of Southwest Quarter of which time and place all bids Labor Day guests of the Lake Butler was a Sunday

dry of Starke Southwest Quarter (SW1-4 of received will be publicly openedand SERVICE MENCarter Elmer Reddlngs luncheon guest of Mr. and
AI) Crosby Chairman read aloud on the following Mrs. A.M. Jones. -.
I I SW 1-4)) Section 22, Township Friends of Mr. and Mrs.
I Starka. Zoning Board I 6 South Range 22 East and run described land: Elmer Redding will regret to Mr. Herbert Kelly of
Merrill Edwards THAT PORTION OF THE learn that her brother Illinois arrived
I thence North a distance of 600 Mr. Waukeegan,
I City Clerk feet run thence Easterly a WESTERLY 18 FEET OF CLARK ParticipatingIn George Morrison is ill in the V. here Sunday afternoon for a

I 1 tchg 9/18 j distance of 50 feet more or less, STREET (FORMERLY ADAMS NATO Exercise A. Hospital in Lake City. We few days visit with his sisters

to the Easterly right of way line STREET), LYING EASTERLY Navy Fire Control pray he is soon well and ableto Mrs. Georgia Collins Mrs.

............................ of Old Lawtey Road and point of OF ADJACENT TO AND .- --.::::;:;. Technician Seaman come home. Werdna Moody and a brotherMr. 4rPAINT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT beginning. CONTIGUOUS WITH THE Apprentice William B Carter. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Griffis Coolege Kelly.

EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF EASTERLY BOUNDARY OF ]; son of Mr. and Mrs. WilliamE. and son Bryan were business Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Rahn of

FLORIDA IN AND FOR From point of beginning thus BLOCK 5 1-2 OF ORIGINAL pat Ile Carter of 1191 Johns Dr.. visitors in Gainesville Starke were Tuesday night

BRADFORD COUNTY described run Easterly along the TOWN OF STARKE AS PER rU'1 Starke, is participating in a Saturday.Mr. guests of Mr. and Mrs. A M.

Northerly right of way line of PLAT THEREOF RECORDEDIN CO? major NATO maritime and Mrs. Clinton Jones.
CIVIL ACTION Lamar Street a distance of 100 DEED BOOK N, PAGE 759 exercise: "Team Work '76." Freeman and new daughter Mr. and Mra. Hugh Rahn A OR WALLCOVERINGSTORE DEPARTMENT

CASE No.76-274 feet run thence Northerly and OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF He is serving as a Erica were Friday afternoon life long residents have left us Florida's fastest

ki re: The marriage of BILLY parallel with Old Lawtey Road a BRADFORD COUNTY, Sunday Sunday School, crewmember aboard the guests of Mrs. Mary Freeman for Starke. We hope they are paint manufacturer growing and
ROGER BRANHAM Husband- distance of 100 feet run thence 9:45: a.m.; Morning Worhsip frigate USS Edward happy in their new home. wallcovering distributor is
Petitioner -vs- REGINA GAIL Westerly and parallel with Lamar said City reserves the 11 a.m.; Sunday School McDonnell.The Mrs. Mary Freeman had Mrs. Marzilla Thornton and offering their in
products this
BRANHAM wifeRespondentNOTICE Street a distance of 100 feet to right to accept or reject any or all Council 5 pm.; Church two-week exercise Saturday luncheon! guests son were business visitors in area. Complete store

OF SUIT the Easterly right of way+ line of bids. Training 6:15: p.m.; Evening involves more than 80,000 Mrs. Don Newman and Lake City Friday.Mr. available be added planning
or can
NO PROPERTYTo Old Lawtey Road run thence CITY COMMISSION OF CITY Worship 7:30: p.m. personnel 200 surface ships daughter Donna of Starke and Ronald Sims of as a
OF STARKE, FLORIDABy 30 submarines and 300 aircraft Miss Chelle Birmingham, Alabama department to your present
: REGINA GAIL BRANHAM Southerly along the Easterly Monday Girl's Ensemble Clemons of
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED right of way+ line of Old Lawtey : Merrill Edwards, City Oerk 6:40: p.m.; Youth Choir 7 p.m. from nine NATO countriesand Heilbron Springs. visited his brother Donald information contact For more

that an action for Dissolution of Road a distance of 100 feet, 9/16 2 tchg 9/23 Tuesday Junior Choir France. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Jones Sims and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald
marriage has been filed against more or 1 less, to point of .------M------. 3:30: p.m. "Team Work '76" units will visited Mr. and Mrs. Eric Griffis Thursday atternoon.Mr. PORTER PAINT SIMON
be operating in the North Kersey in Waldo and Mrs. Robert Norris CO.
you and you are required to beginning.has IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR Wednesday Family Night Saturday. WATS LINE -1-800.282-6693
serve a copy of your written been filed against you BRADFORD COUNTY, Supper 6:15: p.m.; Sunday Atlantic Ocean English Mr. Kersey is just home from and baby of Pannasofkee

defense, if any to it, on the ROSCOE BELLAMY and ROSA FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISONIN School Worker's Mtg., G.A.'s Channel and Baltic Sea.A AJachua General where he visited Mr. and Mrs. Gerald

plaintiff's attorney. whose name LEE BELLAMY his wife and you RE: ESTATE OF VERGER R.A.'s, Acteens World had surgery Tuesday.Mr. Griffis and family Tuesday

and address ill Mack S. Futch are required to serve a copy of Andrew L Deceased Friends and Mission Friends 1975 graduate of Bradford and Mrs. Elmer night and brought Steve HELP WANTED -

Esquire P.O. Drawer 1030, your written defenses if any, to File Number 645; p.m.; "Hour of Power", High School Carter joined the Redding had as Labor Day Norris i home Rttpaflbl aid

St rke. Florida 32091 and file the it, on the plaintiff's attorney Division 7:30: pm.; Adult Choir, 8:15: Navy in September 1975 guests Mr. and Mrs. Clifford !Mrs. Gerald Griffis, Mrs. traitwortk school. boy engirl
and address NOTICE OF Morrison Mr. and Mrs. Debbie McCullough and Mrs with bicycle 2 M 3 1I..re
original with the clerk of the whose name is Carter's ship is homeported at
above styled court on or before Mack S. Futch P.O. Drawer ANCILLARYADMINISTRATION p.m.Thursday Visitation 9:30: Mayport Fla. William West and son and Mr. Iris Woods were business .acll.da Monday..d. ,after Tuesday ocll..t., MdW

October 1, 1976.: otherwise aludgement 1030, Starke Florida 32091, and a.m.; Visitation, 7 pm. and Mrs. Percy Gregory and visitors in Lake City Friday. Apply at Dairy y Q...., 1401
may be entered file the original \with/ the clerk of TO ALL PERSONS HAVING Saturday Bus Ministry -M---------- children of Orlando. Mrs. Cassie Starling visited N. TempU Thursday aad

against. you for the relief .the above styled court on or CLAIMS OR DEMANDS Visitation 8:30: a.m. ST.MARK'SEPISCOPAL We extend a hearty her brother Mr. Carlos Casonin Friday. luh t1Z

demanded in the complaint or before October 15, 1976: AGAINSTTHEABOVE ESTATE -------------- CHURCH welcome to Mr. and Mrs. Union General Hospital

petition. otherwise a judgement may be AND ALL OTHER PERSONS FirslPresbyterianChurch Weekly schedule: Ralph Honour of Gainesvilleto Saturday afternoonMr. MISCELLANEOUStMOM

witness my hand and the seal entered against you for the relief INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE: Sunday Sept 19 8:30: a.m. our community. We hope and !Mrs Earl Dobbs
of said Court on August 1976. demanded in the complaint or YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED Dr.Jack Hand Holy Eucharist, 9:45: a.m. your stay here will be a long visited Mr. and Mrs. Marjell -------------

As Clerk of said Court petition. that the administration of the guest minister Church School 11 a.m. Holy and happy one. Dobbs in Madison Thursday : SEPTIC TANK.

By: Marion McRaeAs WITNESS my hand and theseal estate of Andrew L Verger Eucharist. Mrs. Gussie Hershev of Some of those from Raiford DIRT HAILING: 4

Deputy Clerk I of said court on Sept. 14 deceased File Number, is Sunday: Church School, Wednesday Sept. 22-6:30: LANDSCAPING: Cal say
9/2 4tchg 9/23 1976. Gilbert S. Brown pending in the Circuit Court for 9:30 a.m.: morning worship p.m. Junior Choir Practice time for estimates, 431-1614

As Clerk of said Court Bradford County Florida 11 a.m. 7:30: p.m. Church School or 431-1061. 9/9 4tchg 9/30
By: Marion McRaeAs Probate Division the eddress of -------------. Classes Grades 4 10, 7:30: Bradford Plumbing ----- -------
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Deputy Clerk which is Starke Florida. The FlRSTCIIRlSTUS CHURCH pm. Senior Choir Practice GRAPEFRUIT'
FLORIDAIN EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF 9/16 4 tchg 10/7 personal representative of the Christian 4 Call Sts. "-. ------- Contracting & Service Work Diadax, cat satisfying meal.
estate is Mack S. Futch whose Jim Loveminister MORGAN ROAD and low weight, now ,
------------- extra
AND FOR BRADFORD address is P.O. Drawer 1030 BAPTISTCIIURCII strength formula. Andrawa

COUNTYCIVIL NOTICE REGISTER OF INTENTIONTO Starke Florida 32091. The Sunday: Sunday school 9:45: Sunday Sept. 19, services 964.8708 Drug 8/26 4tp Ztchg 930RL'ILDIG

ACTION name and address of the a.m.; morning service, 10:45: Sunday School 10 a.m., -----------
JOE HOLLAND and ESSIE personal representative's a.m., Youth group 6 p.m., Morning worship and Servicesfor Home 782-3563
HOLLAND his wife Plaintiffs Pursuant to Section 86609 attorney are set forth below.All evening worship 7 p.m., choir the Deaf 11 a.m., Training : remodeling,

vs. Florida Statutes notice is persons having claims or practice 8 p.m. A party for all Union 6:30: and Evening No Job To Small repaira room addition,
that the under-
ROSETTA RUTHERFORD 24 hereby oven garages carport.
demands against the estate are our youth is planned for Worship 7:30: p.m.Wednesday. .
enclosed kitchens,
bath 4
M.A. Payne Jr.. 515 W.
Street New Haven required WITHIN THREE Sunday afternoon at 2 at 105 E. Madison Starke
Sept. .
Brownlee St., Starke, R., Kamel p.m 22, roofl.. free eitimatca. 473-
Connecticut Defendant MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF the Homer Harts.Wednesday services Mid Week Prayer 21 OH. Marcus W. Griffla.
CASE NO.76.295NOTICE handed 442F W. Madison St., 4 T Paid 8/26 ante
PUBLICATION OF night bible Service 7:30: pm.. Choir tfchg 916TRl'CK
Starke, Fl., and Connie J.
OF SUIT THIS NOTICE, to file with the study 8 Practice, 8:15 .
p.rt.Thursday : p.m.J.DlSOS --- -- -----
442F W. Madison St.
clerk of the
above court a
Sept. 16, the --------------
: YOU ARE HEREBY Starke Fl., doing business written statement of any claim Lydia Circle meets at the :\ STREET : TOPPERS MADETO
NOTIFIED that an action to under the firm name of "THE ORDER: 2 1/2 mile N.
or demand they may have. Each home of Maggie Tomlinson. BAPTIST CHURCH LADIES READY TO WEAR
LOOKING GLASS STYLING I of Lawtey on Hwy. 301.
vacate and set a side a Deed claim must be in and
writing Saturday, Sept. 25, a men'ssinging F.
George McKowen. 9/16
442 F West Madison
conveying the following CENTER. must indicate the basis for the group, "The King's Charles R.Swartz Pastor I Are you the person we seek who has dreamed 2tp 9/23
property m BRADFORD County St, Starke, Bradford County claim, the name and address of Way," will be performing at 900 West:Madison of
Florida: Lot 3 of block 36 of Florida intends to register said the creditor or his agent or the church starting at 8 p.m. I owning and operating their very own ladies ---- -- -------

Livingston and Truby and fictitious name under the provi- attorney end the amount The public is invited to attend Sunday Sunday school 9:45 I boutique? Our program includes a complete set PRESCIIOOL TUTORING-:

company subdivision of the NE sions of aforesaid statute. claimed. If the claim is not yet A free will offering will be am. Morning Worship 11:00 I of fixtures and supplies in-store training gala reading and writing. .... 3i -
1-4 of the NE 1-4 Section 28 M.A. Payne Jr., Kamel Mon.-VVed. 9 12 Call 9647521. -
due the date when it will taken. Childrens
a.m., Worship 11
Township 6 South, Range 22 Handed Connie J. Noegel joint become due shall be stated. If -------------- a.m., Church Training 6:15: I grand opening beginning inventory and conI 9/16 2uhg 9/23
East Lass the East two ((2)) feet owners.. tinuing assistance. NO ------ -------
is contingent or SMYRNA: = MISSIONARY pm Evening Worship 7:30: I '
of lot number 3 of block :36 Dated this 25th day of
in 1976 unliquidated the nature of the BAPTIST CHURCH p.m. SARY. All for as little as 12500. WRITE WUI pay up to $50 cash or
Starke. Fonda A.D. Starke
has been filed August at
uncertainty shall be stated If the Bible
Williams TuesdayLadies
Elder T.C. pastor TODAY FOR FREE more lor any whole car la
against you ROSETTA Rorida daim is secured the security Sunday: Sunday School 10 Study 10 a.m. I TO: your yard. Call 96162I3daytime

RUTHERFORD and you are 8/26 4tp 9/16 shall be described. The claimant a.m.; worship service, 11 WednesdayYouth Choir \I SOUTHERN BELLE FASHIONS P.O. Box 626, or 964-69SSevening.
required to serve a copy of youwntten shall deliver sufficient of Practice I IL 9/16 lip 10/7
copies a.m. ; BTS.545: p.m. ; 7:30: p.m., Mid-week Ashland Ohio 44805.
defenses, if any to it, on the claim to the clerk to enable evening worship 7 p.m. service 7:30: p.m., Adult Choir : _ __ 1 --- ----------
the plaintiff's attorney whose NOTICE OF the clerk to mail one copy to All visitors are warmly Practice 8:30: pm. GUNS! FOR SALE22'., 2Va
name and address is Mack S. SHERIFF'S SALE each & 38'. sold at Dahmcr'a i
personal representative.All welcomed. We the
Futch P.O. Drawer 1030, Notice is hereby given that I I. interested the preach Dlicount. tlchg". I
persons in death burial and resurrectionof
Starke, Florida E. Reddish sheriff of
32091. and file Dolph as i
estate to whom a copy of this the Lord Jesus Christ.
the original l with the clerk of the Bradford County Florida under Notice of Administration has Come SOFA ft CHAIR SETS. on \
above styled court on or before and by virtue of Wnt of Execution been mailed are required us. ale at Dahmer'a Discount
October 15, 1976 -------------- tlchg
: otherwise a to-wif: WITHIN THREE MONTHS
judgement issued of Dave -- - ---
may be entered Execution out FROM THE DATE OF THE Mrs. Gladys" Klein --
against, you for the relief County Court of Bradford FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS BRAND
If WATCHES. from SI 1.95
demanded in the complaint or County Florida pursuant to a upat
NOTICE to file any objectionsthey Mrs. Gladys Klein. 43, Dahmer'a Discount tfchg
Florida Bankof
petition. Final Judgment
may have that challengesthe formerly of Starke died Sept. ---- --
WITNESS my hand and these Starke Florida and against --
of the decedent'swill
I of said. Court validity 8 in Lawrence Mass.A Shuford t"
on Sept. 14 Frank R. Gomes, defendant in
\/ the qualifications of the native of Starke, Mrs.
1976. CYCLESlMimancY'LES
of $916.20
the amount together personal representative, or the Klein had moved from /"- _
Gilbert S. BrownAs with costs of collection. -- --
venue or jurisdiction of the to Lawrence
Clerk of said Court Have seized and have in my r .
By Marion court. nine years ago. Born in Starke ... SIZITU OF STARKE: Your
: McRaeAs possession the following
ALL CLAIMS DEMANDS. Oct. 16. 1932 she was the authorized Suzuki.. l> lrr.ftune
Deputy Clerk described personal property. to- AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO daughter of the late Andrew : 9>.MUa! 304 Fit: (U fittest,

9/164tdg 10/7 wit FILED WILL BE FOREVER Bryan and Daisy Parmenter tfch.*.
1968 Dodge, VIN BARRED
--------------. LL41A8B286766. Tag No 45-56. Survivors include a
Date of the first publication of
!Mrs Catherine
As the property of the above daughter, FOR SALE 1972 Honda
this Notice of Administration
STATE OF FLORIDA named defendant and that on : Taylor and a son Donald 350.c. GOOD SHAPE. 1375.
September 2, 1976. Jackson both of Starke four I Want To Thank You People Of
DEPARTMENT Cab 96-14744.
OF STATE Monday, the 20th day of Sept- Mark S. Futch tlch|
brothers Lloyd Bryan
I I. BRUCE A. SMATHERS ember, 1976 at twelve+ o'clock As Personal Representative ---------
Andrew J. of
Secretary of State of the State Noon on said day on the premises of the Estate of AndrewL. Bryan
of Florida, do hereby certify that of the Bradford CountyJail Palmetto, Raymond Bryan of
Yerger Bradford For Your Vote
Jacksonville and County
the following: DOITNOW LTD. !, I will offer for sale and sell ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL Rudolph $2500CASH
of Ormond Beach !two
With its principal bidder Bryan ;
place of to the highest for cash in REPRESENTATIVE:
Irene Beck of East
business in Bradford County hand, the above described MACK S. Futch sisters
Roods. ill a limited partnership property of said defendant to Moline Ill and Elizabeth BONUSFor
c/o PIERCE & HARDY P.A. Gomes of Lawtey. and Re-Electing Me To The
Bed in the office of the satisfy the aforesaid Execution. P.O. Drawer 1030 Starke one
Secretary of State of Florida Florida 32091 grandchild.
under Chapter 620. Florida Dolph E. Reddish Sheriff Funeral servies were held
Statutes. Laws of Florida and Bradford county, Florida 9/2 2tcrig 9/9 Sunday afternoon Sept. 12, in
---- -- the C. Jones County Commission. Qualified
--- DeWitt Chapel
has failed for six months or more 8/26 4tchq 916NOTICE
to pay the annual filing fee and NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO with the Rev. Fred Boyce
renew the certificate of authority REGISTER officiating Burial was in Dyal l High School .

operate as a limited
partnership TO REGISTER Pursuant to Section 86609 Seniors & GraduatesWho
FICTITIOUS -------------- I Will Be Forever GratefulFor
Therefore in pursuance of the NAME Florida Statutes notice is
provtsrons of Section 62031 Pursuant to Section 866.09 grven that the undersigned Card of Thanks Enlist In The

Florida Statutes I have caused Florida Statutes, notice is Edward Roberts, P.O. Box 288
to be published in the Bradford hereby given that the Lawtey, and Marcus Norman We the family of Doshia ARMY
County Telegraph a newspaper undersigned G.K. By 2313 N. P.O. Box 288 Starke FL are Starling Green would like to You Allowing Me To Serve

published in Bradford County Temple Awe, Starka. Ra doing business under the firm express our appreciation for For Information-?

Florida, notice of failure 32091 1.doing business under the name of "BRADFORD the many prayers visits,
renew certificate of to firm name of "GATOR PLUMBING CO., 105 E. flowers and food during the Contact Your Local

provided by law. authority as MOTORS", 2165 N. Temple Madison St., Starke, Fl, intendsto l loss of our loved one. !May the Another Four Years As Your Army Recruiter. He
Ave., Starka, Florida 32091 Lord bless each and
GIVEN under my hand end the register said fictitious name everyone
Great Seal of the State ofFlorid. intends to register said fictitious under the provisions of aforesaid of you. Our thanks to all the Is Listed In The

.. M Talle"the name under the provisions of statute. members of the Archer Yellow Pages Under"Recruiting"

Capital. this the 24th day of aforesaid statute. Edward Roberts and Marcus Funeral Home during this County Commissioner

August 1976. G.K. Ely owner. Norman, Joint owners. period.

Bruce A. Smathers Dated this 16 day of Dated this 2 day of September

SECRETARY OF STATE September A.D. 1976 at A D. 1976 at Starke Florida Husband Children !Mother, Pd. Pol. Adv. Join the people
Starke, Florida 4tchg 92930 Brothers and Sisters of Doshia
tchg 9/164 tp 10/7 -- Starling Green. who've Joined the Army.





'. .., .. ..._...._ .. ..... ... ....., .. .,. ,; o' ,, .. ,. .

16. 1976 TELEGRAPH Page IS
'* '*'' I 1

IIM!!' II U 1'111I ....:IIII.II11UIIo! __ _____.._m.....__ _. .. '''''J< ._._.____,,_._- ,,___. ...,,...._......_.. _..______.,........_ ... !I afn.YtTawai..i "' -'
qj'7.W1.IIPI:! '-' .w. .,.;;;J 1'W.j: .;o.7';
"'"WPJJ** *" 11!

e7Ae/7lie l'Uit'tI41j J .

&tdm; ji jiw

'i211 ii ::1hlMi

AUTOMOBILES USED _WI ........ ......._ _-- w. t uw4 w'JV'

.-- _T.... ziutteka,___ _._--.... r w.c vwa ,
FOR SLE 1972 P8t-;;: '1'f
e O ii!
W(. AC ...to. tr.... low PERSONAL FOR SALE FOR RENTFOR WANTED t':1:l : if

ml I.age I 1000. Cal I 964506S ...............SERVICE.......... ------------ '' _RENT Zed ------------ Floriland Realty _": '
or 5142. Up 9/16 Trailer, WANTED Farm & J
AVON CAU JNGi To buy or sal FOR SALES Ladlea 10 speed dirt road oil ol Foriyth construction m.cb-agdp-ve- 3 BR, CB Florida Room ;/ \ 'J1
----- Call. 755-2807 writ j"j"I
Avon. or
bike. $50. Slid projectorwith Road. (100 (50 depoitt. Call hide. Let ui sell your Hardwood floor, control ,rr I j
FOR LOOM Clyatt,P.O. Box 220,lakeCty and caiiett ...rpl... lor you. Open heat A air, lanced back yard. url '
SALE 1965 Ford. C- Florida:tlchg. acreen 9848543. 9/9 2tp 9/16 (",,,. R.toI, I :}
thru Saturday, 8:30: - -
800 Cab over eket... 8.. player and recorder 150. Monday
.t Florida 3 BR, CB chain linked" fence il I I,
Register 011 Company 308 Phone 964.80S4. Up 9/9 to 6. Northeast titBIAHCC*aMM
South Thompson. ttchy MOBILE HOME MOVING Also FOR RENT 2 br mobile Equipment Auction. US-li, *.! .*... M ADI nrurt tOtTAftK ...... back yard, near choola & dtfWillt.[ : II'
mobile homo hurricane. anchorkg home In country. 1 child. North Green Cove Spring. PUOMIO3BR. ..... .hopping.X 'a i
ODd mobile home root eoathig. $110 964-8498 Itp 9/2 284-5977. tlchgWANTEDi - ii !
FOR SALE. -69 Ch.velle ain'a MOBILE Home Ser FOR SALE Swimming pod .. Iota In Crystal Lake. Eit.E lr, I 1!;

Wagon radio air, heater, vice. !I64--6t16. St. Rd. 16W oVJet. _rIfIoe. Leadng manufaotureiand Port time. -h 180 x 18V. .. ;! : ;
ear top carrlar new 233, Stark. Fla. tfchgReduce cl rrbhar > akimaiunrertangiaar FOR RENTi 12 It. wide - 1 -- ''S;' !
Oeca.looolloe.1 work verifying i iti.
iospeelioa.800.. 964 8057 or poole left over Iron mobile; homo outilde city 31 Frame in City, 1/2/ A. C.. 1 1
8810. Itp 9/16 1975 eaaaon, 1/2 price, guaranteed UmlU. 9644114 or 473-4777. major aerlaUaed merchandise Lot. i ifl
..f. and fiat with kutalbtloB and teramCaD tlchg at torei for manu- >
F R8Avw. GoBeie Tablet and E-Vao collect, JadmnvUle days or lactarar and bank. LR, DR. Lg. FamU] 23 A. trout- -on-St.- Rd. 16. Cecelia Terwillegar i I
'' Room Fireplace on 20 acres Do realize that the homeowner 'n 1 1Is
"Thing". till under 'water pills" Andrew evening* 904398103. tfdhg Responsible opportunity. with barn Graham With torma. you average I'
warranty. $2,300. Call 431- r-harmary, 365 W. Madison, FOR RENT- BR. 1 bath Writ Invenchek. Box 76680 Terma. area - In a much better position income-tax-wise/ 0 I

1581. Uc''", 9/16 Starks912. 3 tp 9/16 WATSON'S HOUSE Of central heat and air, Atlanta GA. 30328. 9/9 3tp - I to 3 ...../ with Septic than a person with the same income who .? 1
---------M-A VACUUMS Many brand ol carpeted $125 month. Just 9/23 Hampton Lake, beautiful tank 29 per cent down rents a dwelling? (1'1'! 1M

FOR SALE. Ford G.I..,. ALCOHOLICS new vacuum Used madilneiavailable. outside city. Call 9647824. shaded lot ready lor n bo...*. 8 per cent lot. on bal. The homeowner Is allowed to deduct I I
air cond. power steering, Expert Repair. U Itp 9/16 - and the home which "'
ANONYMOUS: Succeaalul - interest taxes paid on I
and power br...... 1650. low living for people who want to make Part and aaceaaoriee for WANTED Waltreaa SR 100 S. Large mobllehom Duplex nice return on your means that the property owner will pay less I
mileage. $65,13 STOP drinking and STAY all vacuum Built-in l central wanted Norman' lot well and tank. investment '.d
septic income taxes than the renter in the sameIncome I
II. fiberglass boat. topped. Meeting Thura. cV vacuum cleaning OJoIe... <*M. Restaurant Waldo Fla.. 2tp : - ,
Stumpknocker 7 b.p. motor Sunday 8:00: 964.5709, NW 10th Ave. Clneevile. 376 HOUSES FOR SALE 9/2-9/16 - 3 BR Brick bom. bracket. 1 1In
sod p.m. addition, the homeowner is building a 0
trailer 700. Call 782- 964-5434. 6/24 12tp 10/9 7110. tlchg., _.. Very nice mobUehome with - up 1
3193. llchg 9/16 -op--------- WANTED addition,1.8 acres shaded lot Watch for the sire. of parcel, sizeable equity In a good investment. It pays t' I
HOME 301 S. Owner financing. win be aubdl. to be homeowner. See today lor listings of M
------------ FOR SALEi 4 bad our 48 A. farm a us g
For Sale Coastal Bermuda
reem*. t baths, uva. rMdlalag B.U.A.R.C. needs the - vided Into. homes which will suit your taste and .'
FOR SALEt I 1975 Pontiac. FOR SALE hay $1.50! bale. 468-1985 following EXECUTIVE Connerly Estates SR16 2 ml. I
r.... kite...., lamly - pocketbook.
Catalina, 2 Door Hard Top -. tlchj DIRECTOR. B.S. In from town beautiful brick" I
----------- room with fireplace, central Special 10 A. tracti. 15 percent
Small Equity, take up pay FOR SALEHorae.. ....t..lr. 964-5784.. Education or 4 years horn,3BR 2B LR.Lg.family down coned trailer. constrd-b; :cl:'
meata. Call alter 5 964- Large, well building with one I
p.m. Buckskin. 9 ,re. old, For Salei Liquid chicken tfcbg business experience with room and kitchen central air - -
5806. tfpd excellent health very fertnixer 110/ton. 6 toot to .-SALE experience working. with A heat. Paved drive. Double wide mobile home acre zoned commercial on Rd. 14 W additional r

gentle call 964-8318. Itchg the truck. Delivered and OR RENT 2 retarded cttbeni. WORKSHOP - for rent with appUaneea. acreage can be purchased. .1
FOR SALE 1968 Ford 9/16 spread for you. W.A.Prevatt br. block bo.... In city. DIRECTOR. B.S. $163 per mo. plus damage ----- 4
F.IrI.oe.2 dr. Sedan 6 eyl.? 468-1983 Hampton Phone 964-6262 or 964-8417 degree with training or with New blk. home In town, 3BR, deposit. Challenge? We have the Green property on 601 W. -4
automatic tram., good cood., FOR---SALE----Two--- Fla. ttchg tchg experience In Supervisor. 2B, LR. C/H4 large garage, Call with one acre also 2 additional lots can be
$100 Phone 964-7220 2 ten* man Capacity AGRICULTURE quiet area, corner lot.
9/2 9/16 Inflatable boat oar.& pump FOR SALE Diamond needle.foranyetereoaver SUPERVISOR High School - PeaHAndrvwt,Auoe. sold altogether or separately.
used twice. $50 lor all. Phone FOR SALEi Home with -----
247 dUferant 2 story frame house In town
------------ education or vocational 964-7739
964-6653. Itp 9/16 once, wo have them all. 1Mbmer'a Income. 4 BR .0.... on 3 training and experience In on* ol the older Don with VERNIEP.ODOMReg. We have several homes from 115,000 up that can be
FOR SALE) '75 Vega with 2 rental trailer. ... financed with minimum down payment and low .
---------- Dboount acres field of agriculture. Forward plenty ol living .. .Broker
Station wagon air cond., FOR SALE Hammond Houie h.. 2200 square feet resume to Bradford-Union - 9644476 964-770b monthly payments. ,
AM radio 17,000 mile. CaD organ ( series J-404 good floor apace 35000. Some Association for Retarded Several commercial lots or = yin
961261 alter 6:00. tlchg condition double "keyboard 10 :29 PATIO COVER: owner financing available. Citlxena. Inc. Attention 301. Children want horses A i family needs large home

originally paid 1200., will lnnUHed $18500 unlnatalled Phone 9648253. 9/9 2tchg Doyle Archer e/o Bradford - good condition in the forty thousand bracket.We .
ell for 600. Phone 964- $140J)0.) Gator Mobfle Home County School Board Lake Butler 3BR brick A a -----

8165. Itp 9/16 Service. 372.9'nI7. d.... 9/16 Building, 582 North Temple 9BR Block. need 20 acres with 3 or 4 B R Cash. .
WANTED Ave., Stark. Fla. 32091. - Ralph Bryan
------------- -----
------------ 9/16 25 frame house and bam Club Estates
FOR SALE- 15 cubic It..he.t FOR SALE. Home, 2 bathe, Itchg acme Country Lovely brick home on 2

WANTED! Clerk Typist II type Ireeier I yr. old, Orange Decorating Supplier Park south Cake 3 BR., 1 acre plus, carpet N.W. ol Starke.. Real Estate beautiful lots 3 or 4 BR, 2B, LR, attractive
position open for Bradford like' new. $100. Phon. 964- - -
on Blinding. Blvd. left on 22- thruout air cond. Conerly WANTEDDependable kitchen with large dining area, family room, CH&A. '
County Civil Dele.... Muatpaaa 8165. Up 9/16 B, 1/4 mfle down on left. Eitate. call 964-8790. Itp Christian lady to care for acres pasture land SpedaUring( In Lola and Acreage Owner transferred.The .
.tat. teat and type 50 email child eaaonabry priced just off For
------------ Phone 264-3604. cloud Sat. 9/16 In my home. Building Mobfle H_.
G.W.P.M., 40 hn. a week. FOR SALE Red eye ad lor 10 off. Phone 964-7469 Itp 9/16 }R16 N.W. ol town. - -
Bring percent ultimate 2200 ft. all large rooms LR,
Must be willing to work crowder peaa, you pick, $4, - Roomy 4 bdrm., 2 story on sq.
8/5 8t 9/23 FOR SALE- 50 ft.
nice frame ho.... DR, Kitchen 4 Bedrooms, two tile baths. Brick, ft
$5 bu.hel. Call 964- Very large
we pick WANTEDPart lot In
after hours and under Home, meet lell. CaU 964- time meat corner city I II Ir
threatening condition, also 7789. Bring container. 9/16 FOR SALE Mobile home loir 8420. Itp 9/16 cutter. Apply In perion to on corner lot In town 3BR 2bathe Reduced for quick sale fully carpeted, CH&A Paved driveway, 1 acre, only
receive special Civil Defense 2tchg 9/23 $95 down.Few Iota etiU available Bill Starner at Plggly I C/HAA large garage 114000. 2 years old out of city limits. r
fa several aubdlvMona. Ph. 468- Wlajgly. Must be -----
------------ willing to - - -
training ai required. All FOR SALE- BR frame
application must be In by FOR SALE boat and 1551. tlchg. home, well, carport with work afternoon and nlghta. 15-20 acre tract Ugh land Lot on Sampan Lake 100 hon lowdown payment We have several nearly new I

noon Aug. 17, 1976; pick up furniture Phone 9648790. -- workroom, shaded lot, 1'/'/ Itchg 9116Mimosa on paved road Graham Area water.$7300 owner fimuxIng. homes with attractive financing.
Itp 9/16 mllea Rallord Rd. 16. -----
application at Court House FOR SALE. Yamaha electronic
- Professional office home brick home,
13900. Call 9648750. Itchg Large
------------ excellent
and Civil Defense Budding FOR SALE- 16 It. boat 50 condition stage cover organ Included 9/16 Manor Large tram house 3BR on Acreage and lots, large and CH&A 301 across from Fat Boys & Wishbone )

Bradford County Fair HP Johnaon.. Gator trailer & $1,00 negotiable. Call 964- ---------- corner lot In city very ....n. Several location Chicken.
Grounda. 9/9 9/16 reasonable does
priced to
2tchg ----.-------- 11300. Kohler & Campbell 2 bath living room, dining hopping area. Older home adjacent to shopping center CH&A
Frultwood Console piano FOR SALE Mobile Home Porto room, .kitchen large Florida Nice Place - -
"furniture with
WANTED Mlac. Itema.
: 1-3-6 bomealtea acreage.
4 mile
1950. Call 473.2190. lip 9/16 and cuppUee. OLIN'S MOBILE room overlooking lake To Live acre RALPH BRYAN
to ., In .
clothing N.W. ol Stark
[ -----
HOME SALES Hwy. 100 W. garage and double carport B Realtor
good condition; state FOR SALE. 30 In. white fetarke. 964- 006. ....... eke. acceii. Call 473.2745 Yard Lota \ '!964-8788! day or nightnon Swimming pool Neat package, Saratoga Hgts. ,

Impacted plant. Paying lined gaa Move. $35. CaU 964- after 6.00: p.m. 9/16 Car t -----
...h. W.A. Scales, Keyatone Farm & Garbage Cue GEORGE ROBERTS JR. Potpourri 20
5875 after 430.: Itp 9/16 FOR SALEt ----------- Reg. Real EatateBroker acres plus modern
Heighta. 4734233. 9/9 2tchg9l conatructioo .b..q..lp-ve. FOR SALE. 12x65 Tall MalBoxe* Phone 964.7826 home..Commercial property on 301 lots on

_!__ ?__ FOR :SALEFlorida\9Vestrawberry hlel. Open Monday thru 0..... 2 BR. 2 Bath Water Crosby Lake Green Acres, B.ssenlJt9adi&tmkt. \I':
EXCELLENT plant Leon Saturday. 80: to 8. Cossigememte Carpeted total electric Central Sewage Plant ,-----------, Lake Santa Fe. Atil" -J.l".
w.leom. North house windows, doora and Garbage Pickup tJ-
782.3310 Edwin
Starling. or
OPPORTUNITY i Rapidly Starling 782-3066. Lawtey, e..t Florida Equipment furniture. Large cloeete and Ample Parking FOR SALE: Medium point i ii Well Drilling I Cecelia
expanding company need Fl. tlchg' 9/16 A..elloo. US-ii North bar. Assume mortgage. 964-' Improved Street Office Shop pone, 19 cents T. Terwillegar, Realtor

motivated individual to earn GreeD Cov. Springs. 2845fl 6365. Up 916WANTED Electric Service to2UOAmperee >ach $1.80 doi. When buying I 2" thru 6" I 206 West Madison Avenue. Starke, Florida
$1000 to $2000 plus, per FOR SALE.E. Portable ? t.h'............... ------------ : 6 dox. doi. coat la $1.65. Buy I I
month Opportunity to manage Dishwasher exc. condition, MetcndGaa 12 doi. and the price per dox. I Fast Rotary I
FOR SALE OR RENT No I.ii 1 130. Buy our and
CellGdoe.ville pen
own organhation. ISO. electronic OFFICE PHONE 964-7776
3774823. 9/9 T.V. Magnavox, $50. Phone 496- qualifying, 197... 24 s 68 ------------ Move In BomeFRIE ..v..Tb. Office Shop. 110 W. I Drilling Equipment i m
game mobile home, 3 BR, 2 bath WANTED: feed refrigerator CaU St.. Stark. Fla. 32091 HOME PHONE 964-5145
2tchg 916PERSONAL 2950 after 5pm. Up private lot 4 mile south of *,waahera and atovei In 1 Month Rent Phone 964-5764. I STATE LICENSED I ,
------------ RFA rnr' :
--- --- -- --- Starke off 301, $1,000 down good condition. Call Dan Electric Hookup !
H9S month. Call mere Diicount 964-7923. tfn I I i I
GARAGE SALE: Fri -Sat., or rent Pumps
SERVICE r'urnl ture, children clothe, Gainesville 3751120. tfchg -------- PIIONE 964-7498 rf I I ,

------------ men' cl ot bet, towel, ---.------- WANTED, Accountant; I I II II

nKWLNG MACHLNKS: repaired iheet. Indian jewelry, FOR SALE Farm and Prefer lome college background LONGCHAMP I New & Used I m MOBILE HOME :
all ........ cleaned, oiled and blanket, ipreadi, mlac. construction mach. equip In accounting typing. Home and ButkUng I I
adjuated. $7. Work guaranteed.Jame Don't miss thin sale, 414 N. vehicle Opea Monday thru Call; 473-3360. tfchg MaterialWEBU1LD* $SalesPartsServiceEZ lGdR' r % .rs'ol1.PARK .
c/ ..
Strickland, corner Margin Vlyrt le St., follow aigna.Open Saturday 8:30 to 6. Coo ----- ----- e.REAL I
Road A Hwy. 16. tfchg. at 9 a m. Itp 9/16 algnment welcome North- "Your- Plant Or Owl- j TermsPlumbing j ESTATE InaideCltyLknit

----- -- - ----------- et Florida Equipment MEN OR WOMEN Your Lat Or Our," ,_. --'_ ___ Walk to Braclford Squar* I .
------ --- FOR SALE 7 It. MasseyFerguson Auction US-IT North Experienced agents -FREE ESTIMATES Downtown-- I
PUBLIC AUCTION Farmsad Scythe mower. Green Cove Spring. 284- Beautiful shaded lot
wanted. Health 4l Ramodeln*;- Repair a.
e**. .**...* machineryealaeaeat 597T. tfchg. Klngnley Lake. with nice I3OPerMooth ,
.......... Sat., Can 964-6721. Itp 9/9 insurance, 55 percent Addition 24x60 double wide MH AU City; Convenience!
------- ------ Home.
!. ... EM Ike -- -- -------- commissions, 45 Bought j
Sept 18. new percenton SoldTradedACREAGE New Installation j ji CH&A. BR, 2 bathe, LR, Fk-e.Police Protection.
-.... .r Shin*" .""r. Baa.Ceulgament FOR SALE Feeder pigs: FOR SALES Deluxe renewals across the DR. Fam. Rm. patio City Goo,W.terODd Sewer
: ...._, NE fork Cross, 10 week. old. Aluminum |IMI!| aboveground board. Life Insurance i Remodeling .. all for 122,500.atoragebldg
Fla. E.I,..., Aeitlea. 130. Cal 782335. Up 9/9 swimming pool |12115| commission 70 perc.nt.S.ml.annuallzation FOR SALE Jo-Lu Motel
24 and 15 x 33 complete, 1 9644853Hwy.
Cream C. Sprtga.1644977.
Repairs SR-IOO-S. neat 1450 3
on .q.lt.
------------ old repoieeiied.Sacrifice
8/11 Xtchg lilt FOR SALE 1.2 acres In year 112 price Call commissions. Vested renewals ii1ihiIFred 301 South, 1 BR CB home on 3.2 acrea 288 964-88107-
- collect 9t14.398- 874. tfehg on life and health Starkttf DurranceIPUMPS aq. ft. gar. could be 4th BR
Orlando FL with 2 complete
Bill's SAW SHOP: Complete L... aep. 36x30 garage .
sharpening service circular trailer apacoa. I --------- insurance. We provide many ponibaitiea 138.900.

.hand. carbide chain mower vacant I rented at $40. leads for you. Opportunity .- & SUPPLY - Dine & Dance
Made hollow ground and Appraised at $7,500. Trade FOR SALE 38 Snub noee hud for advancements. BRASINGTON I II 2 BR frame stove & rel. off fr

balanced. Leave at JaeknonBuldng 'for acreage or down payment .tomatio gun 155. Z2 hand_gun $24.95, 25 Send resume tot. Sackett CadUIac OklamobueMeeaYServfc I COMPANY I II JOIN 13.000 terms. At The
Starke or Key I I II
Supply P.O. Box 236
on acreage In Hamptonarea - -
Dahmera DlKount.
dose> Height! tfchg or 6000. Call Jax, 398- Ocala, Fla. 32670 REALTOR Fine Seine/ (von OUftdCanTakmOn I 864 N. Temple Ave I II 2 BR frame screened porch >
?II./ &L. .baRestaurant& ,
-- 10 Starke. 10000. le troll ,>
---- -- 1816. 919 2tp 9/16 Reserve Life Ins. Co. I Starke i -
10 a:20 PATIO COVFAS:11mw..: FOR RENT 8:26 4tchg 9:16 Stark Office 904 9644522 Ctxhlltu TYadei I i iL I II
-- ---------- fr- ;
home. $1HO :2001 NW.13 3784301; 2 BR 1
and mobil 205 N.Temple IUS-301)) acre 17.500
----------- I 964-7061 I
YARD SALE Fri. Sat. .
uninstalled -
installed SIM GAINESVILLE 11.7 SRI DOS 15,500
FOR RENT 2 br. mobile ? __________. acne
HOME: ERIn 1312 St. Three
ta fOR MDBI1 Blinding Office 904 468-1753 - Lounge
> ; CO. Ph. 372-9767, Caineevflle. families Up 9/9 home0large lot In country. For Sale Hampton 6 miles South ol 5 .cre. "p term.
Call 473-
available Sept. .
tlchg'Wit. SlarkeonUSJOlHampton - Live Entertainment
3237 9/2 Itchg
1975 10 cleared 13.900
-- -- --- -- FOR SALE-.. Linear, ------------ - THOMAS REALTY acres_ : r * * *
BABY MT; for any "age tiger 250 plus 10 month old, 5 BR, 2 1/2 bath _
mid in my home. 916121./ $170. Phone 9648993. FOR RENT:' BR trailer on Ford Explorer 28900. 10 acne SR230E.. .:. S22.000 17 Panama
9/9 GrUlla Loop, Call 9648077. .- 621 North Walnut St.
lichg .!E.'p Yt Ton 4 Wheel are.
9/16 Starke1' BR. I bath 113.500 40 wooded 14300
Itp Stark. .Florida 32091 ..: Wed. Thru Sun.
- 9646162Formerly
-------- Drive Truck.
Starke 3 BR 1 lit bath ( A.J.Thorn** Real EiUte) W.h.v.oth.r..e.O. * * * *

,9 FOR RENTTrailer In 17.000 Miles 121.500.Starka anytime 782-3806 Jam Session Coming, Soon

.7h9 earhincL7t country, 1 child no pete, - S acre! on 100-A near city limit Aleoclatei Mon a Tuea
I $115. month. Call 9646346. -3 BR I bath 125,500 - 964-7154782-3397

lat and Uit. Itp 9/16 Call Steve Thomas - Bu..... Opportunity 3000 iq. ft. CB Building on 301 ... For Information, Call 475-9474
"' : ------ Hampton 40 .e... 1700 A. with overhead office and storage some equipment.Two Ltwiti Hi.
Dog Grooming A After 5:30: (
1 p. Tn Week
FOR RENT- BR Mobile - - 782- 38O6 No Cover ChergoDuring *
rf Baffling I Home, 12 x 55. air cond. Alurn. 964-7385 Starke7. BR 1 bath 124300 _'_'" .."_ w- ....

Located la country on each lot oa Crosby Lake. SE end of lake. with 100
ll All Breeds SR 235. Call 9644630 alter It. Lake. frontage, 500 ft. t* graded read Financing
600: p.... Up 9/16 Available. Edw.rd.III" Aeeoe.

404 W. Madison<' St. Starke -- ------- Forsyth Plumbing II 1.2 Acree en St. Rd.-21.-1-1-2-aillea- north of Keystone 6L.K'. 206 Branch S. Water Office St. m

Closed son. Mon Height ill or part Financing Available Starke. 11". 32091 LJ:!
Can For Appointment
- -
964.5221 (Next To Plggly Wiggly Boots Boots Starke, Fla. 964.5261 Small acreage HOME ".....0".

- -
Boots Certified & Bonded Builneaa opportunity Lovely building on 301 with 6acre (armette with" nice remodeled 3 BR house and awoodburnmg

approx. 2450 eq. ft. Plenty of parking apace apprax. 600 fireplace' Gorgeous landscaping with

i,0.Ow0. Winter U coming andeveryone New Installations eq. ft. with central H/A call today. large shade trees.

aeide boot I Hampton Lake. 90' x 190- -' fenced- -lot North Share Mobile ... '\ .,"

RegisterOil Gu Thank to you our sales, & QepairsBill Home, 120' Dock 12x20 Utility Ho..... .t1'o.Tom....
velum la lacreaalng dally. FREE 3 Ro.ld.otlalloto.total area 100 x ISO 3 blocka' from High
So .. .olemaly premise .
L .
that II our cale continue to 14ESTIMATES School. '.
- -
r Increaa R REDUCE BOOT Forsyth Pd g.1e to Nearly new double wide mobil..* home en 5 .er..oll.od. 3

984-5888 308 Thompson t I PRICES BR, 2 bathe approx. 1600 .... R. living .pace. Nice. H.at "t t'' r Jr

When think ol booti and Air.
yea 6 w
r think Carradlne'o. Thank Mobile Home Moving-

Fuel Oil Service you.CARRADINE'S Set Up & Delivery F.Delaao Tbomaa, Reg. Real Eetat Broker

9644507ftIO This, beautiful farmette can be for
yours only
*. * '' t LEATHER SHOP FOR DETAILS CALL ASSOCIATES.B 530.000.00 (terms available). Call us today for an

... l'S-301 On. Mile South OLIN'S MOBILE HOME 964.5606 Judy. FI)'Manager appointment at, 964.506S or 964-9142. t

SeiglerPerfection Heaters Ol 6:301 LnwteyHour : 3PM Hwy 100 W. Starke [ Harold 9448584 Epp Susan Bokken-Associate)

r Phase 782-3400 tSWSlt s
Sales Installation Drawer B Only Lie. & Bonded Mover Living In '..1'_ Stav.9immes.' JST40/7 Irene FaulknerAssociatePaul

L..te)', FL 32058 Co. "T'" 9646661 Faulkner-Associate
Bradford _
lOT/Cho 1/111.11/11 I 1 Ichg'

--- .I



.... I --S.- _..'_ -rSeptember .- ;.

.._" -. y., t .r .". ....... ....,,,, ...... ....,.........oJ. --- -.- ---..... ."" .. \'''. '' --. -- -. -. .. -, -.. - .... -- ..... -' ''. '. 0"1. ", '<'" -"' -'' ...... '

r Head Tornado Tickled With Opening; Football Win -r I r"i

.... "-""
75 yards in 14 carries, a 5.4 tornadoes were <1 fling tot
that kind of spirit ," says. Biggs had six tackles team didn't get that pursuit under pressure Jornov said. on this spring and worked his ( !
"We're tickled to death to keep up yard average. \Uie winning touch%\Pwn, that
win our first game" says the veteran coach asserts. and five assists. from the inside in the first "It's most pleasing, when way into a starting job. Kenny Aycox only carriedthe the TOrnadoes /W! 11\
Head Coach David Hurse of Hurse was "very pleased Weak side tackle Roland half, the coach noted. they get behind" to have them Tight end Steve Earnestwas ball three times, but two of rior physical Fndition
the opening game with Ocala with the defense" and'tickled Cummings, 173-11, playing his New tackle Roland come back. also praised by Hurse fora these times were crucial to the e0d that it paid off,
Vanguard last Friday night, in pink with the offensive line" first varsity game, was Cummings, the only man on Center Jeff Jockel drew good job blocking. Earnest victory. "lie makes a very
which the Big Red squeakedby after the performance against "pretty consistent," Hurse the front seven playing his praise from both his line also caught three passes."We'll fine determined run" for the On. the fourth quahF@r the f period
with //Mrfety to
18-15. Vanguard. noted with obvious pleasure. first varsity game, had some coach and Head Coach David be tougher each winning touchdown Aycoxcan Strategy
Cummings is a new discoveryon plays. When Cummings Hurse. "Jockel did a super jobon week," JOrnov promised, bench gain better field '05111'n,
"They beat us last year andit "We've got a bunch of the Tornado varsity; last earns to use his quickness he the Vanguard noseman." noting every other team is the and the strength press 240 came pounds in Nurse was amu tit the
was a bitter pill to swallow," scrappers over there, like we season he was not even is going to make a good ball said Coach Hurse. Jockel's same way so the Tornado line j>uzlement of fair it wall
Hurse noted of that 27-13 always have," Coach Hurse thought good enough to start player, Sexton noted. effort was termed outstanding has to keep up. Hurse says the handy Friday night when the Coach Sexton's iO' Hurse'
little was hit at the seven
the Tornadoes said of the defense. "When said adding he ou'vt\ \ Know
beating on the junior varsity. Defensive secondary coach by Coach Jornov and the most weak side of the Tornado
absorbed in the 1975 opener in Coach (Mike) Sexton gets Tornado ends Keith Carter Denny Hansen praised the consistent on the offensive offensive line is as strong as it yard line by one tackler, at the \whether the other C Vt:|\ea:! hall
Starke."A ahold of them he always doesa and Jay Godwin got in In quite play of Erie Biggs in stoppingthe line. has been in the past seven or five by two more, but ended up talked) it over.Explaing .
great bunch!" is Hurse's super job with tme. a few tackles and did a good Vanguard outside running Guards Issac Cummingsand eight years with tackle Bobby with the ball just outside the back M* Ji nnr>Vfcrevatt
description of his team after it Except for one or two plays, job and stopping the outside game. But Hansen was not Waicel Hines, both new on Smith and guard Issac one yard line with a first ran f/' the etlll 1
avenged that 1975 loss. "They Hurse thought the defense running games of Vanguard, pleased that Vanguard QB the varsity, played overall Cummings. down. Aycox used his speed to one and downed the ball'
turn the corners on a tired
didn't give up. They have a lot contained Vanguard pretty Hurse noted. Carter had six Glen Norris completed 50 fine ball games, said Hurse, Timing in the offensive immediately, Hurst Said thatPreatt
of pride, a lot of confidence," well. The six dropped footballs tackles and one assist; percent of his passes. The just as they did in the backfield was good, said Vanguard team, then his was already hurt and
says the coach of his 1976 team kept BHS from dominating the Godwin four tackles and seven Tornado goal was tol hold jamboree. Jornov also singledout Coach Hurse, even with QB strength .to drive toward the he didn't want any C%: pilingon ;
which came back when they game, the coach feels. assists. Vanguard to one out of four. the two guards. Jimmy Prevatt slowed by his goal hne.Andrew ) him. Prevatt ./ !Jfd( have
were behind last Friday in Erie Biggs and Kenny DEFENSE The secondary has been leg injury. The backfield Carter was the kept running aroU\\ 'q: ifl the
Ocala."I Aycox did a super job of Coach Sexton described working on that problem this Tackle Bobby Smith did a executed well, Hurse said. leading Tornado ground tidzone until tackl w \In ue ut.:
just believe we'll win stopping the outside running himself "real pleased" with week. real fine Job of blocking and Sammy Bennett, at 5-5 and gainer. Carter rushed for 116 the clock, and I VN\ said
some football games if we can game of Vanguard, Hurse the effort of the defense. After OFFENSE Lawrence Budget turned in a 150 pounds, was termed a yards in 21 carries, a 5.5 yard SorneDouy had ask the first period Vanguard Coach Ted Jernov, new at good performance, Jornov "very fine ball player. That average. l that was not done.
is Extra Clean Cars touchdown drive of 60 yards, BHS after leaving the ranks of said. Hurse echoed his little guy just did a super joba Though the Tornado offense Mt little
the BUS defense settled down football, thought the over- offensive line coach, calling good blocking for the wide moved the ball well Coach The safety was ) a
AUTO : and played pretty good all pro play of the offensive line Smith tremendously option runs." Bennett rushedfor Hurse says he is counting on Unusual in that PVvatt thy| took
: 0aJOO0 defense Vanguard made only was good, and more improved priaising Budget for 64 yards in seven carries, a more improvement for the tile ball from \ 'center.
five first downs and did not important, consistent. coming on to fill a hole in the 9.1 yard average. Buchholz game. Hurse wants Normally the ball V\IId\ have
SALES have two first downs in a row. worked otlensive line. Budget is Full back Jimmy Clark ran his barks to work on hittingthe been. snapped ba "G Glr(1l B LtL1[!I] Noseman Kenneth Cruger together"Everybody well as a unit." said another pleasant suprise, hard, picked up tough yardage hole quicker tenter, but the TCMMo' punt
and strong tackle Marty Coach Jornov. The playersalso Hursey says, who didn't see when the Tornadoes needed it, Hurse said it was evident in snaps had been y/Mtic so
= 1975 CHEVY 1973 JEEP o I; Russell were named defensive seemed to react well last season but who has come Hurse said. Clark rushed for the fourth period when the nurse/ was taking II" l\jJllces..
u linemen of the week for their
MALIBU 4 Wheel D, job in stopping the inside
';:4 Dr AT. AC PS PB Commander III"G running game of Vanguard. Meet Bobcats ; At UFPleld"Within
Cruger led the team with eight Tornadoes Friday Night I
$2995 X2995m ;; tackles and four assist;
Russell has four tackles and In a tough and crucial better than three wins and the ball Friday night againstthe offensive line performing as it Starting line-Uw. W the
three assists. Six Tornado district football game, the seven losses at the season's Tornadoes, Coach Hurse did against Vanguard and tornadoes is exp clsd! to be
1975 AMC PACER players were in on six or more Bradford High Tornadoes will close. believes, because the Bobcats improving each week, and about the same y (of last
:=: Air Conditioning 8 1975 RABBIT ::II:' tackles each. tackle the Buchholz Bobcatsof Buchholz is primarily a won't have much success with big, tough runners like week's opener:
"I'm especially pleasedwith Gainesville Friday night at running team, strong off running against the Tornado Jimmy Clark, 6-2, 220, and Offense Tight -\rj\ Steve
II Automatic Iran 6 Cyl Low miles 'flC. the job Cruger and 8 p.m. on Florida Field at the tackle. BHS scouts report defense. Andrew Carter, 188, the : split \' : Jeff
: jtts
Power Steering Russell did. They were University of Florida. Buchholz is primarily a right- The Bobcat's top runner is tornadoes are going to make )Earnest and \% Williams
S' instrumental in stopping the Buchholz in 1976 is tabbed a handed team; the Bobcats Don Gaines, a 164 pound yards on the ground. When (Norman Stank tacflobby) \/
a $3250 $2995 inside game that Vanguard big, strong tough football against Lake Weir tended to senior with great speed. they want to use them, little alternating and ; Budget,
Smith Lawrence
aU kept trying to mount without team by Head Tornado David run to the right twice as muchas Gaines' best plays are off Sammy Bennett proved Waiscel \: and
success," said Coach Sexton. Hurse. Like the Tornadoes, they did to the left. tackle and outside behind the against Vanguard he can be a guards: ty'te Jeff
1975 CHEV. 1973 GRAN n' The defense got much the' Bobcats use the Veer Quarterback Pete Lang is blocking of right guard Glenn strong, dangerous runner, and Isaac: Cummings.QB t/hter
S' improved play out of offense and a basic 5-4 tabbed the best offensive Jackson, 220, and right tackle Kenny Aycox, the starting fullback mmyarkQVand/'
!::! CAPRICE TORINO WG. .a linebackers Lee Casey and defense. player on the Buchholz squad. Al Mammon. 22012. Gaines defensive safety, has speed to running back And?\, Carter.
Jimmy Clark in the second Last year, the Tornadoesbeat He runs the veer well, likes to also runs behind blocking burn and is a strong runner.
4 Door Dark Vinyl Top LoadedWlth, New Tires half Sexton noted. They the Buchholz 6-0 in a throw the look-in and sideline back Bobby Loehr, a big, A\cox scored the winning Defense: Ends Jay! jDdwln
With Light Blue helped contain the outside close match-up, and the passes, and can throw deep. strong, 180-pound blocking touchdown against Vanguardin and Keith Carte/ tackles I
a little better, but the Buchholz is back who the ball at three offensive
game Bobcats could manage no "With him strong runs the only Marty Russell ay tllland
: $2450 : without him Buchholz is lost," times himself. Left tackle Jim plays he ran the entire night. Cummings midqj, guard
$4295 the Tornado scouting report Griffin, 225-12, and left guard Toriiddo-QB Jimmy Prevattis l Kenneth Cruger; I ll/*<>|jakers I I
Your Means Now Peace Of Mind Always"PRE reads. Lem Perry, 181-11, provide the !still bothered by his right Lee Casey and Jin (\ Clark, t
.f 1975 FORD noo 1974 CHEV C20 ARRANGED Buchholz will have to throw blocking on the left side. thigh which he injured by cornerback ErL y)plggs,
Buchholz runs power plays kicking too much two weeks monster man ChlJ.,'% Revel
-Ic SUPER CAB VAN out of the I-formation. Rest ago and w hich has never had a and safeties Kenny /lot and
FUNERALS Bobcat plays are around the chance to heal because Franklin Bell.INBRIIF.
.. 6 Cyl. Automatic V-8 A. T 8 Air )lf end from the I. Prevail has been playing.
Some people prefer to make funeral
PAS t9 Brakes m arrange The Buchholz offense is Imi-backer Lawrence
8 Power Steering
ments in advance when a person has definite bigger than the defense. Best Patrick is expected to be BROOI ft
q preferences. And he or she wants some assurance PUBLIC HEARINGA defensive Bobcat is James r..adI I his week for the
$3595 X3695b will be heldat
that these wishes be followed. This ap Public hearing Henderson number 7. a 181 nuchholz game Patrick cut
D is best. the City Hall, Starke. Fla. pound senior linebacker who In-, lout", on II:i piece of glass and
proach 5,00
Octobw 5, 1976 at
Monday is a hard hitter aggressive, \\.'" on the sideline during the
1973 CHEV. 1968 CEHV.
With the rising cost of everything, a prearranged P.M. for the following and hard-nosed. The other Viinguaid: game. lie can play Jeanette 483-1713 pre flJlI

IMPALAS IMPALA i' funeral will not cost any more than purpose placing a locations mobile inside linebacker is captain either linebacker spot and is nSTOjIIL: : : \'
today's prices, only the interest on the prear- home at the following : Fred Manson, 6.2 and 195 expected to see much action. The
U I wo To Choose From 2 Door 327 A T Jt. All parties will be heard at this HICUMON: :' : George
rangement. Come in and talk to us about this. another big strong Bobcat Patrick is a standout in TeStone annual family

I'm sure there are many questions to be asked. time.1. DeWitt C. Jones, and.a team leader reading the plays of the reunion will be held\! IbiS( yearat
Bobcat noseman is Jerome defense and finding the
$2350 $695 Futch. the home of J\ $> / and
Benton \irn
Lawson, number 44, an ex- football in a hurry coaches {
Melba Dampier Suhlay, Sept.
Funeral Home
Archer Funeral HomeDOYLE South of Jones }
fullback who is quick, strong
blk 37 SUV 2It/ will be an all 3y Offair.[
Lots 1 Et 2.3.4,5,7 of in
and fast. Tackles Kddie Buchholz Is the
W M. ARCHER, L.F.D. J.M. Johns add are The game All friends and re\ylwe\ i are
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS : Gaines, 190, and Jim first district game of the invited to attend.
"Our Goal Is To Be Worthy Of Your Confidence" City of Starke Board Mellvame, 193. Tornadoes meaning that it IS The community( ",? teri Chairman Zoning
"Nobody is going to stop us must win if the Big Red
a the family' of
964-5757 301 S. Starke Fla. sympathy to (
& 47340781C AI Crosby the into
473-4470 from making yardage on team expects to advance BOSCO Chesser of A,/rCurtiHa' on
Volunteer Ambulance Funerals Monuments City Clerk 9/16 1tchgB ground," says Coach Horse of !post-season playoffs again the loss of their lov(q or>e. He
Extra Clean Cars ** Merrill Edwards his Tornadoes. With the this season died Sunday, Sept', *, among!
--- rtII'CUI: <_ I his relatives and A cousin!,
"Pitt" Baxter of 1\f.l\ok.er.\ \> .
The community extends! its
To The Voters Of StarkeI sympathy to the \!/family if
Mrs. Ophelia l\101\1.\ 01:\ the
loss of their love otHer> two
I Would Like To Say Thank You For Your sorts Bill and V'ord' are
yrooker resident/ as
other relatives.
Vote Of Confidence. l'EItSSI\I"/'y
Mrs. Randy Go handy and daught/ Wendy of
I Will Do The Very Best Job That I Can As Your City Callahan spent l;;Qor Day,
SeDt. 6. with Mr, ''IJlII Mrs.
Commissioner. Always Remembering You The "Pitt" Baxter.
Sgt. Tony Prescott\ and son
Taxpayers When I Am Conducting City Business Willie visited re'U'voS' Mr.
and Mrs. Orea Piyfcott, and
!Mr Claude Present: OIi their
Thank YouHarold way home to Phenit City Ala.

alter visiting his rythvf\ Mrs.
-T--I W. EppsCommissioner Ola Prescott, in 'T'jflpa Labor
P Group 3 !Mr. and Mrs. pa\lll'resentt.\
the LaborS
PdPHcN and Johnny spent
weekend vsi'' the son
g t. Paul Prescottv/lp! and his
(f family, Sawing *Var>lan >eland

I I' Hrtthdays Alicia in llofl\/stead\ : .

r Mr- George Tetst<>\)/ $*pt. 27Mr
Charles Johns S\'pt. 27
!Mrs. Viola Futch $ Libby Bryan ;Sept 23
r Brute Manning $t>pt. U

tl I t Tony Castlen tl\ of Mrs.
l I r Joyce A. CastKkBfooker,
r I .. r Florida has enrol\ 1 at Bryan
College in Day toll Tenor\ 03 a
sophomore. He KA with !his
r wife, Valerie. i lrf Spencer,
VA ., r -t 1 Tennessee.

-- .... r World wide *Mjr pxn<

:G ::::.-; :,: 'j r el

'" ':_ ,,", 7r5 I 3 Br NEW Used'

; 1 ;, l sp
t / F/ :.Itd:1.1I.Jt: 24x603Br.Bathft 12x6O
>> oJ: % O

rJrA': ; Kitchen With Fire Resistant, Paneling, 2 Br.

Beautiful" Home.
385O ; F.K.36OO.
: S11,700 I t
a s crump 1 Y1S h .. offerDairy

ALL DAY Good With'1,400Down ,
Condition Payment* '133M Par Mo.I 9 i

Single Wide Repos For'25000 Down

EVERY DAY Priced, At M995


Queen OPEN FOR BREAKFAST AT Bar A story of Jesus

plin'sMobile sung nd told
"L.t'm all fro to tk. DAIRY QUEEN"brazier
I by johnny! Cash

Homes Lawtey r* 6tary,
1401 N. 301 9847478R School Citteteria f

Sat. Sept; 18 I Ir
9. U.S. Pat Off" Am. O,Q. Corp. (Ic) Copyright 1975 Am. D.a Corp. IIU/2I1'S/3D .HWV( 100 starke 964.5606 FHA Available On New Homes 7:30: P.M. & QPO 'f'M.'ggt .
AH Mark Olin About The Fire Retardant Champion Mobile, Home Advertised On Television' /

j 1Sd0 i't a,. naarti. .. y .....- ..
\ r 1I

r" r ..... L I i _ ..... - ..._ .. I