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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 23, 1976
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Verb sparks Ignited instantaneously Tuesday night as Starke

dty commissioners began discussing the city's 1976-77 budget,
facing the prospect of trimming 10 percent or increasing income.
r Voters
To
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w "This budget is $247,000 off!" Commissioner Joe Warren

opened: with. "I don't care if you go through this thing line item by

ine item, there is absolutely no way you are going to balance this

budget! No way! We have only one choice and that is to up the **
3'V income!" Short *

The city which overspent its$2.3 million '76 budget by $247,000 Ballot

was forced to raid reserves this year to match revenues with I

expenditures and now faces the uphill task of whittling those
expenditures back down.

{twr' 'e1 f ', I't, ,A'sh' After several hours of dty so he'd know how his Here Tuesday

sometimes-heated wrangling expenses are running. r,
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the commission decided to Warren then suggested that -
meet with department heads Bowen take the budget and I
1.i. -' f-AR ; ti1tt 0.'j J 4 S. '' t..4! Wednesday trim whatever trim $6.000 out of it himself Voters will find a much- until the first primary had

w ... ii, k. "i.r, /ors : Wes and meet again anywhere he wanted to, but shortened ballot when they gp been a fairly bland one, has 1
Wednesday to the next heated up in recent weeks
night at 7. was met with disagreementall polls Tuesday
Puppies Recipients Of Cat's Motherly Instinct Mayor-Commissioner around. September 28, for the secondrrimary Skinner relased Putnal'sdriving
record which showed
Silcox said the solution election with only
Responding to a "call"at the home of Lawtey'sl\larshall\l.l\I. guided her to become a full-lime baby sitter of Baby's litter. Charles Schaefer the seeking to he could see was only for the two races to be decided on the a long history of speeding ill,
squelch early
Jordan Deputy Evert Phillips found an unusual light. Jordan's Democratic ballot and of tickets and a license ,
one
I cat "Happy" nursing the puppies of the family dog "Baby." One thing Is for sure-there is no danger of these puppies being disagreement.'said..Now.; let department heads to take the the Republican. suspension last May to the 1
with two mothers them. me try and set the tempo for budget home, and try to cut 10
Happy lost a litter of kittens recently and her motherly Instincts neglected watching over this thlng..we're just percent from his budget. Both ballots will have a Gainesville Sun. Putnal \ "
countered with a release r
press t
nonparasan judicial runoff
"If do
trimming now. There's noneed everyone can this
calling Skinner
presently
that will be in the between Charles R. Holley a
to argue all night. After t
Oct. 18 Public Set To Air we've done some trimming neighborhood of $200,000" he and Frederick B. Karl for the state"mediocre representative legislator at a

Hearing we'll go around to the said." "I figure it's worth a State Group Supreme 1 justiceship Court.In on the and scoffing at best"V'
heads and try
department
you addition. Democrats will description of himself as a
can do then." Preliminary figures I
your arguing "champion of agriculture and
decide
Police Chief Jimmy Bowen whose budget was the first one for the general city fund up and Terry Putnal for the
Both candidates stress their
Parents Concern Over Bus Policy examined told the council about $14,000 from last year. Senate.District 5 seat in the Florida agricultural background any; :i

(that he needs some patrol cars Largest expenditures in this legislative I
., Band District 5, one of the state'slargest experience:
and that out of his four cars, are $43,000 for salariesfor Skinner likes to caution

A roomful of outraged 76 and for the school year 76- so that in the long run we can tall enough to come to the "only one is fit to be on the the city clerk clerical 16 counties in area: Bradford encompasses, Union, audiences not fto send a
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I parents kept the Bradford 77, $219.000. be proud" he said. waist of a small child and the road: ?' t.. .4:&; assistants and city Clay Alachua Marion learner to the senate because: I
County School Board fully excessive speed of the trucks Explan>iiig"thal two of the.javfrTJvovwt commissioners; and the city'spayroll they will be swallowed in
up
Roman Alvarez spoke for The Bayless Highway, one Putnam, Levy Dixie, .
and
miles taxes pension fund,
MO.ono
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occupied Monday mght..in.a many of'the'parents'rm'interested "of uVroutes in question, was and cars made roads like that wntnbuUons, '... .Gllrftrjci. tafaYf'tte"TjlyJo: : ... pl\rllan\Cfr.t.r.rrO't'cct1lre 1.-
"discussion" of the pros and in the safety of the said to offer the children the me a hazard to the children on them and the third 70.000, The fire is Suwa nn e;. Hamilton ; i' itin''II'Ifd.'tht-ln--! ; --that lu" ," ._:..(r'C"J''

cons of door to door bus pickup children, and the expenditure possibility of walking in the waiting for the bus. Yet if was'Bot"en' said the department budgeted at $89,618 department, a $3,000 Columbia, Nassau and Baker. has worked as a legislative:
service which the school d few dollars to parents! bring( their children to "just getting by safety- It district of assistant. I
a more to do ditch or on the highway wise" He increase from last The is a primarily
system stopped last term. what is right for our children, catch the bus. The grass was (St'e Page/ 10)) proposed leasing police department year.overall is agricultural interests with There are no runolfs this
three next
No decision was made by new cars year, the exception of Alachua year in county races in sharp :
which he said would cost the up only $400 but this is due to
the school board Monday contrast to four ;
County Home of the yours ago I
night The board set a 7 p.m. city around $390 per month a $3,500 expense incurred lastyear University of Florida, when hot contests for sheriff. '

October 18 public hearing on Teacher Talks Break Down per car. This figure includes for purchase of a new Alachua has a 42 percent state county judge and school I

the topic ; insurance, which now costs police car. government payrool. superintendent brought u i j
Alter school transportation the city $3,000 a year repairsand The street and garbage This election will mark the record 76 percent of the voters

transportation survey in 1975 complete maintenance department is down some first rock for the second primary I
time recent
in
the board, following Master The city would only pay for $16,000 from last year to memorythat Far few voters are expectedthis I
Special Requested the district has not been
$154.634. Most of the decrease
Bowen said
gas? ,
recommendations of the came in the garbage truck and represented by an Alachua year, following the M
survey team representing the Bowen said this Countian. Now-Senator Bob percent voting trend set in the I
Although land
Transportation Section of the 1 don't see any area of raises July 22 for contract after three years maintenance shop. Slanders of Gainesville first primary Election
settlement at this said administrators at the service would save the city money Budget for the parks and is '
Mate Department of point.. county's in the county. supervisor Neva Flynn has
the could not retiring and Jack McGriff, I
commission recreation is set
Education:: cut the number of mediator Nate Kazin, schools totalling about $30.000 However. the board. department Donna Faxon and Harold attributed this year's lower
buses from 33 to 20. advising negotiators for the new monies, and a 19 percent stressing that it did not wish to agree leave on the how matter much. be It decidedto for the at last$39.508, about the same as Walker all of Gainesville, wter turnout to the fact that I ...

This move cut out door to Bradford County School pay hike for non instructional be considered punitive in its year. were defeated in the first most county officials were '
time being. On the revenue column the
Board and teachers to 109000. with the teachers
Friday personnel totalling dealings
running unopposed.
door bus service and saved Earlier CommissionerMarc for theJneral primary by Skinner of Lake
go on to the next step of while the new contract isbeing aty expects $602,396 Court clerk Gib
some $JO.000 per year in At the same time, the board Jackson said he thought / city fund, $5,000 more Qty and Putnal, who is from Brown
negotiation, the introduction worked out and Sheriff Reddish '
anyironies Dolph ('Clun''
transportation costs d said it expected to receive Bowen could probably get !than last year. The utilities Mayo in Lafayette County
a special master. paid to maintain the Elzie
Judge Sanders and 'lax
Department of Education After $436,107 in new recurring along with a staff of eight two system revenue will bring in Skinner led all five
talking with both sides schedule the
present salary ( Collector J.H. will
show the school monies from the state. The candidates in districtwidefirst Kelly. as!
but
statistics in less than he has now $1.666,336. same as last year,
triefly. Kazin said "This is increments and the
a continuing as Mrs Flynn herself all
year 75-76.44 buses were hit at pay raises already granted Bowen disagreed, saying "If and the natural gas primary balloting with
money issue.,. what you (the contract raises) would be ran without and
passenger stops The school teachers) the plus the $200,000 package deducted from the total this town is going to grow the department $136,441 also 23-425 votes approximately 30 will opposition
are asking for return to office
board feels that the less dfered to the teachers police department is going to about the same as last year percent, forcing a runoff with
frequently bus stops the less board cannot meet you on. I totaled $339,000. The other monies allocated in new raises have to grow along with it. I IJtnal.ho received 15.946 or Property Appraiser (;it-no
for when the two sides finalize the
the
suggest recess now, lung sole courthouse
likely it will be hit. you W7,000, Douglas said was have less men now than I had 20 percent. McGriff came in :
both sides prepare your case and meet needed for the of new contract. just behind Putnal with ificial to draw an opponent I
The only thing purchase four years ago and it won'twork" 15,129a
with the special master. He Bike Hits Car was narrow l Iy defeated l
could agree on Monday was will recommendationfor equipment and supplies. At a special meeting of the 19 percent; Faxon got Jimmy Alvarez the hy r
that the safety of the childrenwas settlement prepare The school board September 10, Told by Schaefer that 12,934 ((16 percent), and in lirst
$436.107 figure was primary 2,207 to' 1933.
the most important thing Kazin from Jacksonville challenged by the teachers Loper presented the board overtime pay in the police At BBS CrossingTwo Walker 8,863. Other county races decidedin
hut how to arrive at that entered however board with a list of BEA membersand department was "out of In Bradford County
the talks at the They said the the first
safety was the subject of the request of the school board to actually had $1,074757 demanded that teacher's whack" Bowen said he didn t young girls escaped however former resident Tom Caseyfor primary school were
dues be deducted from with bruises Faxon was the highest vote-
when the
controversy union anticipate overtime running minor
to settle the available monies.
try differences in in new They superintendent! DewevMcKmnev '
over
Parents in the audience the of salary checks while contract as high next year as it did last bicycle they were riding ran getter besting Skinner 1,315 to
suspended collective were adding in a figure 21.H to 1613 Dave
spoke about situations they in negotiations continue. }year. The commission cut this into the path of an oncomingcar 1003. Other candidates' total :
bargaining talks. $159,233 surplus money : Siuford was elected to his
themselves were in or had The talks broke down from last year. Douglas said School SuperintendentRichard item from $6,200 to$"000, with Tuesday afternoon in the county were: McGnff umnty. commission district I
observed when children were Jockel replied that it Bowen agreeing. u 4; Walker. 524; and Putnal
September 7, when the that this figure could not be seat, beat Mitchell Brown and
forced to walk to busy board's chief used was the recommendation of Only other item in his City police reported that :254. '
negotiator, in figuring totals \ L STarling with
highways the chances of Eddie the board's attorney that dues budget substantially cut was Peggy Swafford 5, and Laura The campaign which up respectivevvte
Douglas declared because it was not money the totals of 2J59 1421)) and
McKae 10, were riding doubleon
deducted until
accident were greater. not be a miscellaneous expenses
impasse and said he would county has available 554.: Maxie Carter bested
every the bike the
Horseplay and rowdiness and settlement has been reached. which was trimmed from near
request mediation. it will not recur tstricl ::1 I incumbent H
year Precinct
intersection of Graham St. Lawtey just naturally being childrenwere At that Loper said that such a refusal $3.875 to 2000.
point the two annually. and Charles McKmncywith
and SR 16 around 3 when
cited by parents that has been found to be an unfair p.m.
stumbling blocks of the talks County teachers are At this Jackson said he they drove into the of a respective vote totals .of.
once a group of children were were salary and insurance.The currently working under last labor Honda practice in another wanted some assurance that car driven by Fred path Carver Being ChangedVoting 2279! 1105 and 878: IUel

away from adult supervisiontoo board's proposed salary year's pay scale, with the county miscellaneous spending would Carver swerved to avoid the Paulk was elected to the
in Law
could 1
ma ny things happen. schedule for the 1976 77 exception of normal salary After last week's unsuccessful stay within its budgeted children, and the bicycle ran has been precinct moved from hall tey I county 1.mmisslOn's district ;3

Parents asked for a returnto school year was turned down increments, ranging from $105 session with the mediator amount saying.. "You know if into the left rear tire of the to the fire station. city seat she had been appointed
door to door pickup, which by the teachers in a ratification to $210 paid to teachers m date has yet been set for you cut something out and he mI'. to heating Joe Pentecost 2708
tad been given up until last vote August 25. annually for added experience talks with the special master. won't live with it, you haven't Both precincts 1 and 2 will to 1131: 1 ; and Vernon

year in parts of the county George Loper chief in the county, and the $815 Recommendations of thespecial accomplished a thing" be voting in the fire station Parmentei, won a seat on the

service until Christmas in negotiator for the teachers raise normally awarded to master are not binding Bowen said he'd be glad to geta No charges were filed in the but will be separated by a school hoard over Royce

other parts and door to door cited "insufficient and teachers with a continuingThe m either side. monthly statement from the accident partition. Jojner, 2453 to 1471
service on some routes up inadequate" salary considerations
until one week ago. and "insufficient"board
The time factor was blamedby
contributions for insurance
many that drivers were too as reasons for the
rushed with double bus loads teachers' turndown of the Hospital Hires Director Of Nurses Buys Equipmentexplained I

initiated this year to make contract. The board's ,

sure all the children were proposal i Included a $208

pcked up. Double loads in insurance contribution the Bradford County the operating room's enclave that it's necessary patients' rooms was turned has 26 sets on a lease a voting member at the

some instances have bus same as last year. Hospital Board of Trustees a high pressure steam to keep two persons on call for down by the board. The purchase 'agreement but November 10 meeting of the

service before 7am. when The board's proposal also hired a new director of sterilizer, at a cost of around the operating room one in x- booklets to be financed by Edmondson said he thought it Florida Hospital Association,
parents say it is too dark and included an average 11 nursing September 16, and 10000. ray and one in the lab for local merchants, would would be less expensive to go to be held in Orlando.

foggy to be seen and then the percent pay raise for the made plans to go ahead with Also okayed were nights and weekends and that contain no advertising excepta ahead and purchase the sets.

second load is accused ofbeing county's 225 teachers, with the purchase of some new renovation of the front office present pay is $5 per night. It listing of merchants' names A request from the The board was also

late to arrive at the higher percentage raises hospital equipment.. for $600, placement of a fire will remain at $5 for en the booklet's frontispiece hospital's dietary departmentfor presented with a report for the

school. going to those teachers with door In the nurses' lounge for weeknights and go to $7.50 for and Edmondson its supervisor to take a month of August. Hospital
Board member Arthur ten or more years' teaching Mike Oswalt, a Gainesville $200 Installation of a sprinkler weekends. recommended that the correspondence. course from occupancy was down eight
Gaskins reminded parentsthat experience in the county. private nurse, will take over system in the kitchen and booklets be used. the University of Florida percent from July a drop to 72

when the double busing The teachers countered witha the $12,000 a year post, store room for $600, and Edmondson emphasizedthat But the board voting Department of Continuing percent from 80 percent. The

policy was initiated Bradford proposed salary schedule replacing Eunice Norton. purchase d a range hood fire this was merely unanimously decided to deny Education was approved. report listed 132 admissions
County was in sad financial After outline of his Mrs. Isabel Foster will take during August down six from
representing an average 19 an quali extinguisher for $WX>. compensation for being on the request, saying that they
shape and it saved .10.000 with percent increase in pay fications, Oswalt, a call, once personnel actually ddn't want a firm that wasn't the course, which costs $80 July and 4B9 emergency room

this system. Parents raises. This was rejected by Mississippi native told the The board decided to adver come to the hospital they are local in charge of such an and Is a state requirement for visits, down four from July.

countered that some buses run the board September 7, when board "I'm a redneck I tise for bids on a new dIsh- paid at their salaried rate. He arrangement. hospital kitchen supervisona. I t.
empty or "deadhead" to Douglas said that he wasn't think I'll fit in with the washer expected to cost said the extra weekend pay A similar request from their The hospital's operating

certain areas with an exampletold even authorized to talk about community real well." around $1.800( would increase the budget by The trustees also decided to ray department was turned account stands at 59182.

of 50 miles per day empty. !that kind d money (a total of The board also approved The board approved a $2.50 $780 annually.A look into purchasing two down course 4n cpenditures were listed at

Transportation costs: have around $600,000)) with the $14,000 for purchase of new per night pay hike for request by Golden House additional 19 inch color because.e ,$150 $129,967, compared with

gone up In recent years. teachers. equipment and building hospital personnel on call over a Georgia publishing television sets for patients' was July's $119,877. August .
Figures provided were The school l board had alterations needed. Largest the weekend. Hospital admin company to place booklets of rooms instead of leasing Edmondson was designatedby receipts were $136,034, up

$154,000 in 74-79, $176,000 in 75- approved: 16 percent pay item will be replacement of istrator Dick Edmondson poems and Bible verses In them. The hospital presently the board to represent it as from July's $131,873.



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I Stella Hazen And Royce Joyner Wed SPtde fYlte Jl4wiladyd

Sept. 10 At Home CeremonyStella Jhe @I


Ann Hazen, daughter Jitor
SocUty
964.7608'Joint
d Mr. and Mrs. Jack E. [ Wooly ,

Hizen. Rt. 2, Box 150-D. _
Starke, and Royce Randle
Joyner, Jr., son of Mr. and Birthdays All Square Dancers Invited
ftfr-s. Royce Randle Joyner flhIJJiUJia

a-, of Hampton, were unitedin Celebrated To Open House TonightAt I
marriage Sept. 10 at 7p.m. By _
at the home of the bride's
Road is on East Brownlee d ew Tenly BrothersMrs. Club HouseThe


ti r Edmond D. Tenly, Sr. public is invited to I Refreshments will be served.It .
Rev. Melvin E. Drake Jr. t.k was hostess at a birthday attend an open house at 8 p.m. was originally planned to
performed the nuptials. family reunion dinner in honor tonight (Thursday, Sept. 23)) have the open house at the
Mrs. L.A. Canova, organist d her husband, Ed and his at the Starke Woman's Club Pratt Street Center, but the
presented a program of brother, LeRoy Tenly of sponsored by the Strawberry air-conditioner there broke
nuptial music. Gainesville, Sunday at their Swingers, Starke's new down. The open house has
The couple repeated their home on South Orange Street. square dance club, to try out been switched to the Woman's
vows before an arch of candle Both Mr.' Tenly's were square dancing.The dub on the corner of Walnut
holders flanked by two celebrating recent birthdays. open house will be a and Jefferson Streets in

baskets of asters, carnations, vtr Special guests were the preview of a new square Starke.
daisies, chrysanthemums! andwhite trothers and sisters of the i dance class to begin next Visitors will be invited to
gladioli, in !the presence honorees.A Thursday Sept. 30, at 7:30: in dance for the first 1V4 hours
d the immediate family and a large 'birthday cake the Pratt Street Recreation tonight. They are also invitedto
few close: friends.Mr. \ featuring a fishing pond with Center. Those unable to make stay and observe the
two fishermen centered the house Strawberry Swingers dance
the tonight are
open
Joyner attended his son dning room table Hybiscus l invited to begin the class next after that The Strawberry
as best man. surrounded the base of the Club Swingers graduated Just a
Thursday night, says
Miss Ruth Hazen served her
cake.
v President Jim Lewis. month! ago and are now
sister as maid of honor. She Tables were set up for theguests Beginners are Invited dancing in area dances. It is
wore a sheer dress of blue in the dining room,
tonight to square dance to the hoped, President Lewis says,
dotted swiss with! lace accentsat treakfast room family room dub's caller, Gil T. .Crosby, that the club' size will at least
and
the empire waist a area and the front porch. well-known central Florida double with the new class
flourish of ruffling at the Pr
Arrangements of roses and starting
caller from Gainesville. up.
hemline. She wore fresh large hanging fern baskets .
flowers with blue ribbon in her were placed throughout the

hair and carried a nosegay of party rooms. Guests were Recent Bride Honored At PartiesMrs.
asters, carnations daisies, served buffet style in the V I
and blue
chrysanthemums family kitchen area.
nbbon. .., Following dinner the guests Norman Redding and Mrs. Jeff McRae, the
Given in marriage by her were entertained by Mr. daughter Christie former Jan Searle, a recent
father, the bride wore a I IMr Tenly's son. Sonny Tenly withan dr. entertained recently at a bride, was honored at a dinner
champagne cotton batiste and Mrs. Royce Joyner Evangelistic Magic Show. Coca-Cola party for Mrs. Jeff party Thursday, Sept. 9 givenby
floor length! gown with fitted McRae, the former Jan Mrs.J.E. Bonner and Mrs.
empire bodice, lace trimmed !bride cut the cake. :Mrs. Dolph Reddish, Mrs. Out of town guests attendingwere Searle a recent bride. Wesley Brewer at the home of
sweetheart neckline and long The round punch table was Charles Darby. Mrs. : Mr. and Mrs LeRoy Mrs. Redding greeted the the latter in Gainesville.
sleeves with! lace ruffle at the covered with a white lace Townsend Strickland and Tenly, Mr. and Mrs Richard guests at the door and Among those attendingwere
wrists. The long skirt had doth and centered with a Miss Cee Cee Jackson. Wenzel. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph presented them to Miss the bridal attendants,
ruffling at the hemline. Her crystal punch bowl encircledwith Following a wedding trip to Peters Mr. and Mrs. John Mr. and Mrs. Jeff McRae Searle, her mother, Mrs. Mrs Grace Searle, Mrs.
!short veil was attached to a fall flowers. St. Augustine the couple is Niedert and 1\1 rs. Wennell all Grace Searle, and to the Julian McRae and Mrs. Tiny
cap decorated with seed Assisting in serving were residing in Hampton. d Gainesville; Mr.' and !Mrs. Jan Searle And Jeff McRae mother of the groom Mrs. Lovell.
pearls and lace appliques. She A.V. Riise-Madsen of Julian McRae. Corsages of
carried a nosegay of asters Connie Neogel Payne Wed Sept. 1 11 1 Leesburg; and the Rev. and dried flowers were given to
Marty
carnations, daisies, and Mrs.\ Hugh Walters of Raiford. Wed Sept. l 11 l Theressa the honoree and the two Julie Starling
chrysanthemums with an Also joining the group were mothers.
orchid in the center.A Mrs. John Potter of Andros 11. Mr. and Mrs. Sonny Tenly and Miss Sherry Jannice Searle Mrs. Plen Gnann greetedthe Mrs. Norman'Redding, Jr. CelebratesFirst
,
reception was also held at Island and Gene Noegel of Mr. and :Mrs. Payne own family and Mr. and :Mrs.' Carl daughter d Mrs. Grace Searle guests at the door and invited the guests to the dining
he Haaen home.A Starke announce the marriageof and operate The Looking Hurst and family of Starke. table covered their daughter, Connie Glass Styling Center and Mr. covered with linen
bride' was Searle of Charleston, W. Va. receiving line composed of the a beige
win; a lace cloth and centeredwith Noegel, to Marty Payne, son Payne teaches Electronics at and !bride and and their cloth and centered with a
of Mr. and :Mrs. M.A. Payne of the Bradford Retired Jeffrey Scott McRae, son groom Julie Lynn Starling
; a three tiered wedding ; Union Area Teachers dried flower arrangement.
<< Mr. and Mrs. Julian !McRae parents. !Miss Anna Ruth celebrated her first birthday
Starke. Vocational
cake flanked by silver candle Technical School. Christie Redding presidedat
of Rt. 3, Starke were united in Bingaman of Jacksonvillekept 12 at the
holders with white tapers. Ms. The wedding took place in The couple is residing at 515 Hold MeetingThe the birde's book. the coke table in the family Sunday, Sept. ,
Kitty Hazen sister of the Folkston, Ga. on September W. Brownlee Street. marriage Saturday room. The table was covered Graham Baptist Church
The bride's table
September 11 at 7:30: p.m. in was Annex after the evening
.- ----.---- Bradford-Union Retired the Hope Baptist Church, covered with a white lace with a beige, gold and orange service, given by her parents
Teachers met in Lake Butlerat Theressa, with Rev. Merle doth over orange and was polyester cloth. The cokeswere Rev. and Mrs. James
Denmarks Furniture CompanySale the Methodist Fellowship Packham performing the centered with a wedding cake. in a wicker basket.A Starling.
Hull on Sept. 16 with 27 nuptials. Mrs. Rodney Hall and !Mrs. lovely arrangement of The Raggedy Ann themewas
mrmbers present.Refreshments Mrs. Marcia Lee organist Dewitt Hersey cut the cake. colorful dried flowers and carried out in the party
Ends 30 1 976 servedby and Assisting in serving flowers made from corn was
Sept. were Beth and Eddy Blalock were decorations. The refreshmenttable
the hostesses: !Mrs soloists and duets, presented a Mrs. Norman Redding Mrs. on the piano in the living was centered with a
Georgia Watson MissKathr'n (program of nuptial music. Tiny Lovell, Mrs. Ernest room. large clown cake.
;) Epperson and Mrs. Decorating the altar were Triest and Mrs. Butch Misses Donna Harris and Among the guests were
So Hurry Blanche Howard arnval Redding. Mrs. Merle Teresa Hobbs assisted in
upon two standing baskets of beige Julie's grandparents. Rev
d the members. !gladioli, orange carnations Packham directed the serving.One hundred and and Mrs.' Alton Dobbs of
!Mrs. Frances Hamilton. bronze and yellow pompomsand wedding. twenty- Jacksonville and Mrs. Louise
] 1 president conducted the cattails. In the Following a wedding trip to five friends were invited to
} I Ward. Mrs. Allean Moore and
1 \ 1 ) riveting. Beautiful thoughtsfor background were gold arched Daytona Beach and Disney call during the morning hours. Mrs. Freddie Watterson and
C Yb the day were given.bjiajrs.:\ candelabra with 15 candles, World the couple is residing at family.
; ''mJr=. Jewel Roberts with a flunked by two gold tree 1317 Blanding Street. Starke. Stella Joyner Assisting in serving were
... "\: (devotional based on "op 1ing candelabras with burning The bride is employed at Mrs. Tom LeFevers and Mrs.
..:. :::::.. -' Doors" tapers. The chancel rail was Guaranty Federal Savings Honored At Albert Sparks.
Ir't t- \ -j ) ..... ,--.1:::: :Mrs' Hamilton introducednew decorated with a fall garland.Mr. and Loan and attending Santa
4&.lf lJ..U! ..1: :...-r\\ r-r-\:: h u11 \ members Mrs. Arlin : '. McRae attended his son Fe Community College.Mr .
'-- ,..:.... _1---- J :'licK night. Mrs. Lucile Johns as best man. Ushers were : :McRae is employedwith ; Bridal ShowerThe
and Mrs. Charity !Moore. Marvin Brown and Plen the clerk of the Circuit Hosp. Auxiliary
1 71 1\\ 1 Or' William K. Stone, Gnann Court in Bradford County andis Ladies of !the Starke
;or ( [) W-J IIH' associate director of Miss Debbie Mitchell also attending Santa Fe Church of God honored Stella Luncheon Sept. 27
r Development for Planned attended as maid of honor. Community College. (Hazen) Joyner at a bridal
J. Giving will speak at the next 9ie wore a floor length! light shower last Tuesday night in The Bradford County
N '" Hireling October 14 with the apricot polyester gown with V- Laura Douglass the church Fellowship Hall. Hospital Auxiliary will hold a
== \ Starke teachers as hostesses. neck and scalloped sheer The hall was decorated in luncheon meeting Monday,
E- i '- h. r- This will be a communityproject ;) sleeves. Attendants were Shower HonoreeLaura the fall motif in shades of gold o'clock at the
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........ meeting to which the :Mrs. Kem Brewer and :Miss and olive green. A fence of Methodist Fellowship Hall.
piblic is invited. The place Amy Blalock. and sunflowers
They were greenery was The luncheon will be
and hour will be announcedlater pawned identical to the honor Pickren Douglass of used for !the focal point, provided by the hostesses,
attendant except in pimiento Lake Butler former residentof accented with! a double
'
) Mrs. Linda Johns. Mrs. Mac
) ----- shade and they all carried Keystone;) Heights and washtub which held the gifts. Baldwin and Mrs. Dave
\ j baskets of dried fall shades of recent bride of Edgar W. Games were played and Shuford.All .
Mr and :Mrs. Tommy flowers Douglass Jr.. was honored !prizes won by Mary Allen and members are urged to
1 Oiastain of Gainesville were Jennifer Brown and Mindy with a miscellaneous shower Dolly Murner.
Fall
U attend this first
I ::: ; : t I Saturday overnight guests of Lynn Gnann were flower girlsand given) by Miss Janice Smith The refreshment table was meeting.
; her mot ht'r.Irs.: Clyde Jason and Jody Brown and Mrs. Barbara Smith of centered with a bridal centerpiece -
Sinclair were ring bearers. Melrose on Wednesday (>> and wooden candle.
Given in marriage by her evening, September 15. sticks held gold tapers. Vicky ThompsonOtha

THE Bit \I>FnRU f father the bride wore a gown The honoree and motherswere
r; 11 r r1 ('Ol'.TELEGRAPH: / of ivory silk organza Upon entering the home of presented corsages and MillerTo
1 "':' 'V r i\.rl \ Published carry Thursday embroidered with pearls Lake Swan guests placed gifts the bride was given the
'-1 at JJII:) W. Call Street featuring a high ruffled lace under an open umbrella serving bowl to her china Wed Sept. 24
;;;'Il Starke Florida 32091 neckline and full bishop entwined in camellia leaves pattern from her hostesses:
.. tt.'k'1&' '?f.> t. fi ib RM: sleeves ending in a flounced and rose buds. After several Mrs. Janelle Reese Mrs. Vicky Jean Thompson,
;,." <(; \ :r- .11<: ....... Second flats "postage paid ruffled cuff. Her tiered !games and opening of gifts Barbara Kirkland. Mrs. daughter d Mr.and Mrs. K.E.
-- ::;.....I "".: al Starke, Florida English illusion veil, securedby the party enjoyed Bobbie Murner and Mrs. Ida Thompson, and Otha Miller,
'''h.. ""t:: I an organza bow fell from a refreshments of cake Sue Schmitt son of Mrs. Doris Miller, will
lL Subscription Rates: Juliet cap. She carried a decorated in the shape of an be united in marriage Friday,
IntradeareaS7per: nosegay of dried flowers in umbrella punch and mints. Sept. 24. at 8 p.m. in the Pine
year; St l hh months fall shades.A Friends of Mrs. Annette Valley CongregationalHoliness
\\ f reception was held in the Kitchens will regreat to heard Church of Starke
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\ -II t7'l, diurch educational building. Among guests attending the death of her father L.C
{ Outside trade area: Sx \was. Mrs. Cyril L. Pickren of with a reception following in
I [ per>ear: 11.30six;; months Baskets of fall flowers were Starke. mother of the honoree. Furtick, who died last the church Fellowship Hall.
1 eg'W placed at vantage points. Thursday in Gainesville. All friends and relatives are

\ K'Ytfr' invited to attend.
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Miss Linda Beatrice Hooten

gE..:::::-=: i \ ,:.. :::3 t Plus 50c Film Charge daughter of Green of Cove Mrs. Jeraldine Springs,

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For A Stephan Tracey Knowles, son
k. + d Mrs. Agnes Knowles and

hit nut him one ol the largest orlci turns ol l.i-Z, Hm i inllinis 'Im 11 II lIIeII.I1' the late James D. Knowles,
ikliM.rSlop and i home one |pint nglil lot MUM hone,, H".f, / all. lIu\'re Oil Beautiful11x14 Sr. of Green Cove Springs, will
,alt tiuvntt.ttc'Sale :' be united in marriage October
23 at 3:30: p.m. in Green Cove
No Appointment Necessary! Flu iOc Him" Chor Swings.

priced as low as . . . . . $ 1 179, 00 Full Selection of Poses LIMIT 1 .Por .Porcon 2 ,.., '.",1111 I invited All friends to attend.and relatives are

No. Age Limit Additional' Su..I.. ... $3.03
Crowpi SI.it .Por .Porcon
All
Work
Save Up To $ 63 Guaranteed Child Caring CenterTo


lIB A Fact You Can Do Better A t Living color Portrait Have Open

1 ,; House Sept. 28

'- The St. Mark's Child Caring
;.:. '" _. rH"AR/-rurntrT/ Center will have a meetingand

'. Sept. 27 & 28 MONTGOMERY WARD open house Tuesday, Sept.
Photo Hrs. 28, at 7 pm. at the pac,Jihouse.
;' : 'i I ".( ; Mon .
: & Tues Starke. Fla.
The is invited to
10-1.2-5 public
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... Josephine Bradford And Martin Dowling Julian McRaes RAIFORD NEWS n .'\..
I
Host At Dinner Mrs. Debbie the Horse Frolics In
Wed Sept. 11 In Presbyterian ChurchMiss Joe Smith were McCulloughand business ,. by May Belle Dobbs MacClenny Saturday night J.

Sept.10 visitors in Starke Wednesday. Phone 431-1089 Mr. and Mrs. Marjell Dobbs hand

Josephine Ellen Mr. Oad Dobbs of Lake Shirley of Jacksonville. They children of Madison
Mr. and Mrs. Drew Sweat
Bradford of Gainesville I Mr. and Mrs. Julian McRae Butler and Mr. Earl Dobbs business visitors in left early Saturday morning to visited Mr. and Mrs. Earl
daughter ct the late Mr. antiMrs. were hosts at a dinner party at were business visitors In Jacksonville were visit Ronnie and Reene in Dobbs and other relatives and
William C. Bradford of I the Holiday Inn Friday night MacClenny Wednesday Thursday Orlando. friends here Saturday.

.*.. Miami, and Martin E. Sept. 10, for their son, Jeff, morning. While there they afternoon.Mrs. Earl Dobbs and Mr. Little Debra Lynn Friends of Mr Earlie
Dowling of Gainesville, son of and fiancee, Jan Searle visited their sister, Mrs. Edna Joe Smith were business McCullough spent the Thornton will regret td learn .
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Dowling, following the couple's Cason. visitors in Starke Friday weekend with her that he died early Monday
&'., were united in marriage wedding rehearsal.The Friends of Mr. and Mrs. morning. grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. morning. Our deepest
Sept. 11 at I 5 p.m. in the First 26 attending includedthe Randy Stafford will regret to Mrs. Mary Freeman and Les McCullough in Hampton. sympathy to all the family.May .
Presbyterian Church. immediate families and learn of the death of their Mrs. Earl Dobbs were Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Griffis God be with you all is our

Rev. George Harper wedding party. baby whose funeral was in Mt. business visitors In Starke and Melissa were business prayer
performed the nuptials In the ; ; The young couple presented Zion Cemetery Saturday, Thursday afternoon. visitors in Gainesville
.
presence of a few close friends gifts to their attendants September 18. May God Mrs. Earl Dobbs was a Monday.Mr. .
and relatives. during the dinner. comfort each of you in your business visitor in Ernest Freeman and Late Dr. BarryTo
John W.Stanley of Kingsley sorrow is our prayer. Worthington Springs son Curtis of Jacksonville
Lake attended as best man. Mr. Earl Dobbs Wednesday afternoon. visited Mr. and Mrs A.M. Be HonoredThe
Phi
Mrs. John W. Stanley, sister Beta Sigma accompanied Mr. Oad Dobbs Mr. Michael Dobbs and son Jones and Mr. and Mrs.
of the bride, was matron of of Lake Butler to visit Mr. Mike, Jr. were business Gerald Griffis Sunday late Dr. A. J. Barry,
honor. She wore a long pale Meeting HeldBeta Clarence Dobbs in Sanderson visitors in Gainesville afternoon. longtime Starke physician
champagne colored dress and Tuesday morning. Tuesday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dobbs will be honored at a portrait. ,

carried three carnations. Sigma Phi sororitymet Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dobbs Mrs. Margie Dobbs and son and Mrs. Mary Freeman were unveiling ceremony at rat
: Jennifer Stanley served as were Tuesday night luncheon of Mr Bradford County Hospital
Monday night Sept 13, at supper Larry were business visitorsin Sunday guests ?t
flower girl .. '. the home of Mrs. Randall guests of Mr. and Mrs. Don Starke Monday afternoon.Mrs. and Mrs. Howard Register inLake September 29.
The bride was attired in an Milton Newman in Starke. Ruby Dobbs had as a City The portrait commissionedby .
Early American, beige dress "Ii'. : v."., During the meeting the Mr. A.M. Jones was a Friday night guest her Mrs Charlene (Taylor) Mrs. Barry at the request .
with a cotton lace panel In the ...... annual vacation business visitor in Gainesville daughter Mrs. Annie Ruth Crews of Lake City visited her of the hospital auxiliary, will
sorority's
front trimmed with brown "-,." Thursda. hang in the hospital's lobby.
... auction was held. Plans were : parents Mr. and Mrs. Bob
border and full skirt She t Dr Barry died in 1974.
long,
here and
the Taylor Sunday .? .
wore daisies in her hair and i ih in it discussed for area attended church with them. The public is invited to .\
"R to be held Saturday,
carried a bouquet of daisies yl I Sept meeting 25 at the Alhambra I F I People You Know l Miss Janice Jones of attend the 8 p m. ceremony
and baby's breath.A 1 DInnerTheater.For Gainesville was a Friday although space is limited
reception was held in the a moneymakingproject right and Saturday guest of
Presbyterian Manse, on the is selling Local admittances to her parents Mr. and Mrs.
sorority Mr. and Mrs. V.J. Spenglerwere
Cherry Street, which CarterCampaignNames
was Tupperware through October Bradford County Hospital this InSt. AM. Jones.
decorated for the occasion in 15 week include: Richard Petersburg Friday Mr. and Mrs. Eric Kersey of

yellow and white. IMr The next meeting will be Cunningham, Keystone Spengler to Sunday attended where Mrs.the Waldo were Saturday guests Stuckey
The bride's table was Mrs. Belva Lloyd, of her Mr. and Mrs.
held Monday, Sept. 27 at the Heights; F.F.W.C. fall board meeting. parents
covered with a white linen home of Mrs. Gary D. WatersIn Mrs. Ethel Tidwell and Mrs. AM. Jones. Talmadge Stuckey, a Green
cloth and centered with a two Law ley. Ruby Mathes, Hampton; Misses Debbie Spengler and Mrs. Gerald Griffis and Cove Springs businessmanand
tiered wedding cake flankedby Miss Deborah Godwin, Lake daughter Mellissa and loster civic leader, has been
Anne
have returned to
yellow candles in crystal Butler; James Lightsey, their Haynes senior at the sons John West and Donald appointed Coordinator for the
holders. Mrs. Grady Bishop Melrose; Mrs. Edith year Sms, Mrs. Earl Dobbs and Orter-Mondale Campaign for
Show Set of West Florida.Mr. .
cut the cake and Mrs. Wilbur Cake Hutcheson, Paul Waterman, University Mrs. Debbie McCullough were the counties of St. Johns
Heath presided at the punchbowl Mrs. Rachel Sasser Sebe business visitors in
Orange Bradford and Union
AtJax Fair and Mrs. S.C. Wise and day
and Mrs. Martin DowlingJewelle Harris Thomas Kitchens, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Prevatt Park Saturday. state coordinator David Dunn
Miss Margaret Bradford Prescott Barefoot, James Friends of Mr. Gerald announced.
have returned from visit to
kept the bride's book. invitedto Tbmlmson, Floyd Barnum, a Griffis will regret! to learn that
Cake decorators are
San Antonio Texas. While
Following a wedding trip to their creations in thecake Mrs LoUie King, Mrs. Martha he received an eye injury at Stuckey will also be
enter there visited Mexico and
Crawford Gilbert they
Brown chairman for the Carter-
Disney World the couple is Connell Mrs. Nina Sanders,
show at the
decorating the Ala On M .
residing in Ues Moines, Wash. Mrs. Pennie Corbitt and Mrs. mo. Wednesday rand Mondale campaign in Clay
Jacksonville Fair
,
where the groom is an Wed Sept. 17 Greater Dorothy Taylor.Mr. Mrs Wise visited his SERVICE MENMcRae County
assistant theater manager. October:Demonstrations: 20-30. and sister in Troy, Ala The appointee. who has

The bride graduated from Mrs. Jewelle Crawford and The bride's table was for will take and Mrs. Richard Welty been working for Democratic
drawings Ted B. of Enlists
the University of Florida Gilbert S. Brown both of eo\ered with a white illusion prizes hours were in Orlando Saturday and Stilley candidate Carter's campaignfor
place two daily Jacksonville visited his Michael McRae of Starke
School of Nursing and was a Starke were united in cloth over white linen and every. Sunday where they attendedthe over a year, is owner and
from 5pm to 11 p.m. Entryfee brother-in-law and sister Mr. has left for Lackland AFB,
nurse at Shand's Teaching marriage Friday night Sept centered with a three-tiered State Republicandiairman's operator of Stuckey Lumber "
and there
is 50 per cake and Mrs. R.C. Buford on Texas to begin basic training.
Hospital. She plans to 17, at 7 p.m. in the First wedding cake Mrs Charles and ribbonsfor meeting.Mrs. Company and is president of
will be cash is of
prizes Monday. McRae a 1969 graduate
continue her nursing career in United Methodist Church with Lbrby cut the cake and Mrs winners. Bradford School. the Clay County Chamber of
High
Des Moines. l Kev George Harper SG Denmark presided at the There will be four Jane Ward of Cocoa Bruce Tucker enrolled in Commerce.
is
performing the nuptials bowl.Assisting Beach is visiting her son-in-
punch
of cakes: weddingand the School of
--------- categories Pharmacy at
.
Mrs. L J Green, organist, in serving were and law and daughter Mr. and
cakes birthday
tier Mercer University in Atlanta.
and Mrs. Carolyn Canova Mrs DE Nettles, Mrs. Faye special occasions, novelty Mrs Richard Welty. SPECIAL-4Units t.
DUPLICATE BRIDGE soloist, presented a program Thornton Mrs. Vernon Silcox
and holiday cakes.
cakes Mr. and
Mrs. Jim
CLUB RESULTSMrs will be into
Entrants McLendon and three children
H.T Dent and !MrsFJ Larry Noegel, son of the spent last Thursday with her :
advanced, returned their home
beginner to in
Shaw were the winning
bride and Edward Brown son aunt, Mrs. L.D. Vimng
by
couple at Duplicate Bridge of I the groom, served as Eastern Star professional and children'smtegories. Blowing Rock N.C. after PARIMPT I
N C
Tuesday night. Syd Kamath ibhers. Either real cakesr three weeks visit with Mr. and "- Triangle, Paciffc"*
dummies may be used. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mrs. R.P. McLendon. Mrs.
<
and Jeff Wrenshall were A reception was held in the Supper Sept 25 COMBINATION WALL CABINETS
second and Mrs. J.D. Odom :\k'lhodlot Fellowship Hall Persons planning to enter a Land of Jacksonville were RP. McLendon returned with
cake are asked to contact H.L. weekend of Rev. and them for visit.
and Mrs. C.B. Terwillegar hI'Iride's guests a
Dinkins I
:Mrs CL kepi
were third. Starke Chapter No. 224 dance 2715 Lowell Ave., Mrs John Flynn and they all
book Order of the Eastern Star will Jacksonville Fla., 32205 ((388- attended the UF game
have a covered dish supper, 1012) or the Greater Saturday night. i '-- .
DAYCARE Jr: Saturday. Sept 25 at 7 p m. in Jacksonville Fair Office, 1400 GET PROFESSIONAL 18- \\BBI In J

., the Masonic Hall. All Masons E Duval St, 353-0535 by mail Mr. and Mrs. F.W. ctanlngrtsultsl. -....-..
CENTER ..5. and their families are invitedto cr phone by September 30.0BIRTHS. Strickland attended Parents' carpet I I i
attend. Orientation at -c-
Georgia )
FROM ARM BABIES Southern College over the (AtfityonlziIfp/ 'icss

TO SCHOOL AGE ---- weekend where their .

; CONSTANT CARE Mr. and Mrs. Julian McRae daughter, Gloria is a RENT OUR RINSENVAC-th 66" ONV( ;,$ ') 2 ';
freshman FrWla.rr-t.-M wtw.waaepM.arptawiM..c J
have moved from 1317 7t4
l ..w.. ''*:' J.-+ ;
2 SNACKS COMBINATION SINK BASES ;',
BALANCED Blandmg Street to their new IIIet gusto'.,,
Mr. and Mrs. B.G. Mcintyre ONLY
home in Theressa Their son
NOW OPEN 7:00: A.M. TO 4:30: P.M. and daughter-law. Mr. and !Mr and !Mrs. Robert Dale and sons of Ponte Vedra o w.nr dtw.s eM uip.t els.nhp RNre s.hde.e with hot -

REASONABLE RATES Mrs Jeffrey McRae, are Johns announce the birth of a Beach visited Mr. and Mrs. o 1 Itws.n.n1 INn_lit, I- JLi 1 Ii= ALSO
renting the Julian McRae son, Richard Lovorn born J.H. DuPre on Sunday.Mr. Iri-. 1M .
WE WILL WORK WITH MOTHERS TO SOLVE home Sept 20 in Alachua General sw M s 't
Hospital. and Mrs. Curtis :::+w:.Lwr. i F..it. i 1 Ro.24400 1
THEIR PROBLEMS (4\ Mrs. 1..11. Jennings spent Grandparents are !Mr. and Edwards attended the r. I 5 .;
Die weekend with i Mr. and Mrs Carl L. Johns of Starke General Managers meetingfor S t..vu,75Wcwn.t.CEEAN..IFRESNI
Greater Bethlehem Free \ j in and !Mr and Mrs. BernardM.Broom Holiday Inns at Callaway
Walter Jennings
Mrs
Will Baptist Church ,=+ Mandarin of Barnsville, Ga. Gardens last Sunday to i LA --l--6 I _- _-l.-.C--J Does Not Include

Wednesday.Mr. A 8 C Counter TopCOLEMAN'S
5136 J. I
964
Mr and Mrs. Miles H. I
1101 CHESTNUT ST AT ASH ST I
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CALL 964-8866 OR 'II Sheppard of Brunswick Ga. Mr and !Mrs.Tommy Smith and Mrs. Edward t-- tt I
the weekend with his
spent if Starke announce the birthof Schwab of Merritt Island, ; ."
mother Mrs. Kate Sheppard a daughter, Christine Eddie Schwab of Gainesvilleand + i
Mr. and Mrs. John 1
Deanna, born Sept. 17 inSund
; 's Teaching Hospital Anderson of Callahan were T* I SHOP :.

CJ lI (!J I] E mC!? CJLL( [ (LWiWEL? ( Mrs Maternal Florence grandmother Hall of Starke.is Anderson guests of during Mrs.the weekend.Myrtle N.c..111Ce f(4( )Han tar) 0 CABINET

........ ''' Rant only 150 N. Water St.

Exceptionally Low Prices On Many Many Items Thru Sat. Sept. 25NOW ,--- Miss MaryAnne Ward of ,:::::,::a.-atoss, 12sfldayJACKSON 964.6363, Starke

cocoa Beach is staying with
per3onah her brother-in-law and sister, Local Dealer For Triangle Pacific and
ALL-PELLETIZED LINEof WE RENTSPREADERS Mr. and Mrs. Richard Welty, BUILDING SUPPLY
while attending the University I X L Cabinets

IS THETIME Super Plant Foods James B Burnham Jr of d Florida. Starke 964-6078 L ,

or Largo was weekend guest of
from the makers ofGROTONE -r Give his brother-in-law and sister,
us your Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Hardy tIIIiCC
order now and they were all Sunday FALL 'r'G&Y
TOFERTILIZE f for dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.
9-7-7 PELLETS 'JJI'' SPREADINGSERVICE Franklin Ritch in Gainesville. PLAYTEX- ffff family centers

SO:lb. $5"4ir"' Mr and Mrs. Eddie Robbins

Bag and daughter, Shawn and IIG0; ( a (
< Mrs Ernest Moore of ] ( l

Laurens, S.C. are guests this
SHOPPING CENTER
CAMELLIA-AZALEA l double dutyGroTone -"' week of Mrs. W.B. Mundy ai11e

GARDENIA Y / Weed & Feed "HOn They Tuesday all spent with Monday Miss Jean and U. S. 301 S. Starke.Fla.

& Other Acid Loving Plants,. *Bog Co..... :2SOO Sq Fl I ; Mundy in Tallahassee.Mrs. .

50 Lb. Bag Was 7" Balanced long lasting palletized ''wtlDll'tl

plant food for St Augustine and $ 747 ......... .... : .. daughter. Charles Mrs. R.W.Hardy Milner and,
5.97 elements centipede plus lawns iron contain I Kill weed vital too \\\\\i.:1'/\\\:!;:" / Jr. visited Mrs. Hardy'stmther.lIrs. HAS SOmETHING FOR EVERYBODY

G.E. McGauleyin
TOMATO ANDVEGETABLE Palatka Wednesday to
DRAGON Friday. Sale ends October 11,1976SAVE
VEGETABLE AND DUST

ANNUAL PLANTS Protects Your Vegetables From Freeman Mr and and Mrs.daughter Clinton,

'h Fungus And Insects Erica, of Glen St. Mary and up to $150!
Martin and ,
__ Lou
Mrs Betty
--j Big Selection Contains Zinch And Sevin Dust '
Lake
") 0 son. Marvin Hagen of

,'. v-h Fresh StocK 4 IT M Reg.4 Lb.'Bag 2" $ 2 1 7 Butler guests, of were Ollie last and Thursday Parnell on these Cross Your Heart Bras r "MS


; Reg ::9' Tyson.Mr.and Mrs Ernest Conner NEW! Seamless Padded and Regular Seamless (Now in D-Cup)

of Jacksonville and Mrs
ALL POWER EQUIPMENT Ullian Taylor of Gainesvillewere SAVE up to S1.5O when you buy 2 Soft Siders"

BLACK KOW Sunday visitors of Mr. or Cross Your Heart Cotton Bras my

COMPOSTEDMANURE ;"." and !Mrs. W.L. Thomas. SAVE S1.OO on Cross Your Heart Fully Padded Style #56. j'

!Mr and Mrs. Hardy
Douglas of York. S.C. are

Reg '2" \, guests this week of Mr and
All Organic Mrs J.W. Ritch. The Ritchs SAVEl on Free Spirit
doFF also have as guest for several
Sterilized $ 2 2 7 days, Mrs. S.E. Ritch of Open Mon- Wed 9 to B Tnan.s.t9te9

Weed-Free + Gainesville.Mrs Sun 12to 1
Back Buckle Brason \
50 Lb. Bag :
Famous Name
Lex Green spent

Mowers Tillers Edgers Etc. Friday to Wednesday with!M rand ...r......."...-,.sr.w ns.r sale for the first time over!

-1' FLORIDA Mrs. WH Green in ..-.-...-. -.-...
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Tallahassee .--.-,..-...-...--.-- .-....-....- tit
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\p ) GARDEN-NURSERY CENTER Mr Mrs.and Mrs WH Fred Thomson Thomsonand of f i4 : SAVE $1. on Living Bras

ONTROL
'c Tallahassee spent the
weekend with Mrs. John -Reg'iongline' styles
539 E. Call St. Phone 964.5745 Miss Lillian
..' Griffin and
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_ Starling Denied Variance for Mobile Home St. Edwards Catholic Church NewsRev. SENIOR

CITIZENSAt
The Clay County Board of was zoned to a residential "non-conforming use and issued through error Father Patrick H. Mrs. Lester Humphries told At the conclusion of the
Adjustment, with three classification that does not could not legally be replaced according to Clay County Foley pastor. d plans to attend the Florida ceremony Religious our regular meeting in
members present voted permit mobile homes. The mce it was moved off. Zoning Director M.L. Beaslc.v Catholic Conferen.ce Education Director Mrs. the Pratt Stree Recreation
unanimously last Thursday to original unit then became a Starling, however, applied Schedule: Vigil Mass scheduled for September 28 John Samons presented Biblesto Center on September 14, a
deny Markalee Starling's ------------- thru 30 in Orlando as the instructors: Mrs. given on the
to the office for was
------------- Zoning a Saturday 7 p.m., Sunday 11 report
request for a variance, SMYRNA: permit for the second mobile a.m., Monday 6:30: p.m., Treasurer of this organization. Josephine Gumber, Mrs. present and future activates of
MISSIONARY
permitting a mobile home to BAPTIST CIIURCIIEIderT.C. home on July 5, and it was NEW IIOPE BAPTIST Tuesday 8:30: a.m., Michelle Jornov, Donna the Bradford County Senior
remain on his property at CHURCH Samons, Cathy Citizens Club.
------------- Wednesday 6:30: p.m., Beverly
Williams
Kingsley Lake. New Hope Baptist Church Gainesville Deanery Steve Rallis and Mrs.
Thursday 8:30: a.m.
CROSS TO BE
Starling was given 30 daysin pastor will conclude their Women Confessions Saturday, 6:15: Board Meeting participated congregation of the
the Sunday: Sunday school 10 DEDICATEDGrace Day program Sunday with a the special A special meeting
which to either move a.m. ; Worship service 11 United Methodist at 11 a.m. The final p.m. to 6:45: p.m., or on for the Instructors.BROOKER directors of CUBB Economic
unit from the property or file program Mrs. John Samons, prayers
a.m. ; B.T.B. 5:45: p.m. Church in Law ley will observea Is at 3 request. Agency was called September9to
suit Circuit Court program p.m. President, presided at the
in againstthe
Parish Council -
service Meetings: decide into
Evening Worship 7 p.m. special Sunday, Dinner will be served on the Gainesville Board on realignment
Zoning Board. All visitors are warmly Sept. 26at 11 a.m in which an church grounds after the Monday, September 27, 7:30 Deanery me of the 10 districts in
The mobile home in Meeting held September 16 in
welcomed. We preach and i electrically illuminated cross, morning service. pm.? Altar Society Tuesday, Florida as required by Gov.
question was moved in by death, burial and resurrectionof which was donated by many The drawing for the $25 box October: 6, 7:30: p.m. St. Edward's RectorY.The IN BRIEF Askew. The majority voted fora
Father Patrick
Starling to replace one that ( the Lord Jesus Christ; friends in memory of Mrs. of groceries will take place Religion Classes: Grades 1 pastor, waiver, an extension of
had been "grandfathered in"when come join us on the Lord'say. Paul L. Dinkins, Sr., will be Saturday during chorus thru 6, Sunday, 9:30: to 10:30: Foley, and Deanery Jeanette Prescott time, for one year.A .
the Kingsley lakefront Grades 7 thru 12, Moderator Father Flannan
dedicated. a.m. ; 465.1715BROOKER representative of our club
rehearsal.There will also be a
Walsh from Holy Faith Parishin
second prize. Wednesday, 7 to 8 p.m. BAPTIST met with Douglas C. Knowles,
Gainesville in
Choir Practice: Every were CHURCH staff assistant to Sen. Lawton
Public is invited to attend.
Thanks A Million ---HM enn---SUB-----. Wednesday, 7:30: p.m. attendance. Members fromSt. REVIVAL and Chiles, at the Bradford County
Mary's in Macclenny, St.Itrick's .
ST.11ARK'SE HOMECOMING: courthouse on September 10 to
? and Faith in
,\ CHURCH Altar Society Holy Brooker Baptist Church is discuss problems and possible
You 1171 People Who Still Had Confidence In Me Will AlwaysBe WEEKLY SCHEDULE Gainesville Edward's members joined at this St. holding a Revival beginning, legislation pertaining to the

St. Edward's Altar Societyheld when Mon, Oct. 4, at 7:30: P.M. and elderly, poor, and the youth of
meeting plans
So Dear To My Heart. Sunday, September 26, 8:30: a meting in the Parish made for the Fall Deanery were continuing each night our state: (i.e) mandatory
am. Holy Eucharist, 9:45: Hall September 14, with the Meeting to be held at Holy through Sat Oct. 9, with retirement at age 65; high
am. Church School, 11 a.m. president, Mrs. Anne Samons Evangelist Ronnie McKinzie unemployment of our youth;
I Also Thank Who Had A Part In Allowing Me To Faith Parish on October 21. and
Everyone Morning Prayer. presiding. Mrs. Victor Ashline who Gulest Speaker. the food stamp program;
Wednesday, September 29, Special prayers were HOMECOMING will be support for two bills entered in
Serve As Your County Commissioner For Eight Years. I Leave This 6:30: p.m. Junior Choir offered at the Mass precedingthe Secretary serves as, Mrs.Corresponding Richard Coss, observed Sun. Oct. 10, with the U.S. Senate by Sen.
Practice 7:30: p.m. Church meeting for the Altar dinner on the ground. Richard Stone (SB-S3509 and
Chairman of the
Church
Office With A Clear Conscience And Doubt That I Would Have Ever School Classes Grades 4 thru Chairman, Mrs. Jimmy Communities Commissionand Everyone is asked to bring a S3510)). The first would allow a

10, 7:30: p.m. Senior Choir Moore, who has been ill. Mrs. Mrs. Francis Meng, basket lunch. A sing will person who is willing and ableto
Done Anything Different. Practice. Alcee Rodrique had altar care Deanery Treasurer, were in follow. Please make plans to work after 65 to earn
in August; Mrs. Richard Coss attend and share the blessingsand without deductibles,as is done
-------------- attendance. Following the
and Mrs. Victor Ashline are fellowship. today. A retired person who
You Made Your Choice And As I Fought Before I Would Fight :MORGAN ROAD BAPTIST doing this work during the served meeting prepared a luncheon by Mrs.was Please exercise your rightto continues to work is penalized

CHURCH month of September. vote In the upcoming $1 from every $2 earned over
Weldon
and Mrs. Coss.
Again That You Might Have That Freedom :Morgan Road Mrs. Michael Gilhooly and Gladys election Tuesday, Sept. 28 $2760 per year. These

Starke Florida Mrs. Norman Phillips offeredto Rite of Commissioning Polls will be open from 7 a.m. penalties inhibit the elderly
Sunday Services Sunday conduct a parish bake sale to .m. from working, therefore
/ Sincerely Hope That my Successor Will Live Up To All Your School 10 a.m., Morning after Mass on October 3. During Sunday Mass at St.Edward's Poll Workers for Dist. 15a at preventing withholding taxesto
Worship & Services for the The 35th Anniversary of St. the Brooker CommunityCenter our federal government,
Expectations And Help To Make Bradford County A Better Place For Deaf 11 a.m., Training Union Edward's Parish will be special Rite on of September Commissioningof 19 a are: Mr. Leslie Green plus retaining money from our

6:30: p.m., Evening Worship observed on October 13 with a religious education !Mrs. Doris Kelley, Mrs. Theo social security system, whichis
Us All 7:30: p.m. special Mass and covered dish teachers conducted the Dyal, Mrs. Mary Ellen sorely needed. Bill S-3510
was by
Most t Sincerely I Wednesday Service !MidWeek and Mrs. Loraine
supper following. Former !rotator: Father Patrick Foley. Mayben, would include all members of
Prayer Service & Bible pastors and parishioners will McClellon. Congress within the S.S
p" A1 Ralph Bryan Study 7:30: p.m. Choir be invited to attend the The community wishes to umbrellas and bring closer
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Practice 8:15: p.m. celebration."It's First Presbyterian extend I its most heartfelt reality to Congress of the
Church sympathy to the family of Mr needs of the people.
Guy Willmgham, on the loss of From the desk of Sen. Stone,
Dr.Jack Hand,
their loved one. Local Sept 9: the Treasury
ESTABLISHED 1904 guest minister survivors include, his widow. Department has approved

Sunday: Church School, Mary Sue and 4 daughters Friday delivery of social
Genine Brenda Pam, and security checks when
9:30: a.m.; morning worship',, Tina. payment falls on a Saturday
11
a.m.__ Interment was Friday Sept.! -- ---------
17 at Deden Cemetery. The "Over Easy" television

program featuring Hugh
Itlw ns, Rudy Vallee. and


Broi/hill Your Choice fREE citizens educational.Phyllis was Diller entertaining all It senior was and


supplemented by a follow-up
Hearing TestsIn (program with local guests on

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: with fine furniture from StarkeTo programs H.C. Driscoll. and wife.

.; Marian! are both confined to
MODERN be conducted by the !North: Florida Regional
I Ikibpital; in Gainesville. We
R.L. Sprague pray that they soon mend and

.. or will be with us0, eain.
\ LICENSED HEARING AID SPECIALISTOf Karl Hol&t, a caficer victim
who has received 30 cobalt

r \ IMAGE Atlantic Hearing Aid Center, Inc. treatments and many blood
transfusions is responding
I 1214 N.W. 8th Ave. Gainesville, Florida favorably. Karl has not been

372-3894 sitting idle while recoveringfrom
his long illness, but hasbeen

If you have a problem with your present macrame'working, making on his beautiful hobby, '

hearing aid, come by our Mobile Testing Unit cushions belts and games
which he has generously

and have it checked.It donated to our club and the
(president of the Congress of
TREND may only need a minor adjustmentIF Senior Citizens. Max
MILLS y '" Friedbon Thanks, Karl. Our
YOU HEAR prayers and our sincere

tr + but wishes for your complete
recovery and good health.
1111'' ., IE DO NOT UNDERSTANDCome We are grateful to the

by and let us explain how you can manager of t'igglyUggly for
his donation of one gallon of
be helped ice cream for our last

Testing will be from meeting
New members who joined
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.+ | Available In Two Colors: Bone & Brown. M.rthme Chair
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September 23, 1978 TELEGRAPII Page sAO

HAMPTON
AREA -,


NEWSby


Dolores Meng working in Special Education
Phone 468-1915 at the school. to
Bus schedules and services T I IthJ
Best Wishes of the were discussed. Concerned &
community go to Mr. and Mrs. parents were advised to :
Randy Joyner who were attend Board meetings and
married on September 10 at express feelings about incon
the home of Stella's parents venience and possible danger
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hazen in under the present system. ,
Starke.
The wedding of Beverly Mrs. Margaret Wadsworth
Lynn Newman to Larry told of the petition presentedat family centers
Wayne Williamson has been the recent School Board
set for October 2 at 2 p.m. at meeting which parents and
the Bradford County school personnel requestedthat
a second grade teacher be

ceremony scheduled Courthouse.at the A following reception home of Mr.the is ation would furnished make for the for teachers a school.better situ-This I LJ I Uj LiJ LJ ILJ(!J I LiJ ID 01IJ aJ I] 13

and Mrs. S.D. Newman.Congratulations and '
to Mr. and students involved !in the 301 S. Shopping Center Starke Fla.
Mrs. Billy Roberson who present split class setup
became the where first and second
proud parents of
grades, second and third
identical twin
girls on August
16 at Gainesville's Shands grades are combined, and I,
Kristie Leigh and third and fourth grades are WvLWlN-rBfVrMATIOISIAU AAlDUAND
Hosfilal. taught in combination.
arrived at sls; and II
.
6:22: p.m. weighing 4 Ibs. 10 oz. Parents continue were urged to #' 13-857 .
and 3 Ibs. 1 oz. and both working for a better
situation for the children in M/ot
17 inches.
measuring 1.3 ,
the
Stella Brown celebrated her Hampton area. i' O 1 I I I4i

birthday September 22 with a When Mr. Roberts asked for TMaa
rice cake brought to her by a volunteers to keep the Health \
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friend. Room at the school clean the ,..... NI t ''J \ .
We were sorry to hear that following offered: Mrs ,.a n let .
Gene Joyner was seriously Bobbie Shepherd, Mrs. Diane
injured on September 13 when Davis: Mrs. Baldree, and Mrs. ? Doll
he was accidentally kicked bya Cathy Williams. >' : \ .
horse at his home. He is
Mrs. Jean Clark
explainedthe l
recuperating at home from
value of school field tripsas
internal
injuries after
a learning experience for
spending some time at the i
the children, stating that last She fusses and squirms in
emergency Gainesville Medical room of Center.the year some who were unable to 23 CHANNEL CBTRANSGIEVER her cradle, rocking it back

Mrs. Louis Brodsky from I pay their way through no fault and forth Calm and quiet her
Miami is spending two weeks of their their own were unable to I by giving her a bottle or by
join classes
with her daughter, Mrs. Diane (trips. The PTA on these putting a pacifier in her
Bruno and family. responded by mouth. 15" tall. She comes
setting the sum of$50 for using a
The Senior Citizens Club in such cases, with the with a dress, bottle and easy
reported a good turnout at stipulation that the money be Automatic gain control, built-in a to assemble cradle. Operates
their meeting September 17 refunded when parents were automatic noise limiter, full range on 2 "C" batteries, not
when bingo, refreshments and able to do so. variable squelch PA switch, PA included. :

They socializing plan a pot were luck dinner enjoyed.for Mrs. Kathryn Wigglesworth speaker jack, antenna warning $ 8 8
their October 21 meeting when inquired about the possibility indicator. Save now! 9 9
of bunk beds
Dr. Dobson from Starke will securing for use EA.
be a special guest.nIT in the sick room. Donation of
bunk beds and mattresses will
be welcomed if the school is
COUNCILMENARESWORMN :
unable to find them at a
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Mayor Arthur Bruno reasonable cost 'G&
officiated when elected Mrs. Shields mentioned that e /
members were sworn in as clothing is sometimes neededat / i
Hjmpton City Councilmen the school in case of accidents, CB ANTENNABase $118i 1
day after they were elected, and donations will be
Sept. IS.John welcomed; especially for
,loaded with clamp for mounting onto
X. Allen will be children in 5th and 6th grades
edge of trunk lid, stainless steel 45"overall
serving his first term on the who outgrow clothing very spring
Council. Ted Curtis was rapidly. packed with coax cable and connec

reelected and reappointed as Mr. Roberts displayed a tors.
the Council Chairman. folder describing athletic o
Eugene Taylor was named equipment\ which can be
vice chairman. City Clerk obtained by sending a
Mary Lee Allen was collection of Post Cereal box OUR LOW $1488
unopposed and continues to tops. It was agreed to accept PRICEI!
serve I in this position. these box tops and use them
Mrs. Evelyn Vaughan who for getting playground _
did not seek election is to be equipment. So, please C c '
congratulated for attending everyone, save those Post box
every meeting during her two toPS.!
year term! The Halloween Carnival is Y
:
scheduled for Oct. 31. Mrs. SNUGGL' EGGWalkerRider
CHURCH NEWS Jolene Friese volunteered as
Hampton Christian Churchschedule chairman of this event. ,
: Rev. James Shaw, Among those volunteering to
pastor Sunday School 10 assist are: Mrs. Diane Davis, '
am. Morning Worship II Mrs. Betsy Hersey, Mrs. ,,, Plastic bright yellow, for ,
am. Ladies Council Meeting Larry Ganstine, Mrs.[ Carolyn r s children 6 mos. to 2 years. II .r,
October 6 7 p.m. Joyner, Pat Murner! Mrs. ?:i I *.1 D 'b
Hampton Baptist Church Oara Roberts, Mrs. Bobbie
schedule: Rev. Melvin Hamel, Shepherd and Mrs. Cathy ..: i
pastor William Carnes, Williams. Other volunteers n'/
assoc. pastor. Richard will be welcomed! ..yE llttlatika, $ 88 '
Mashburn, asst. pastor. !Mrs. Shields sixth grade
Sunday School 10 a.m., class was awarded the $tO
Morning Worship 11 a.m.. prize for best representation o ar AMeFICA INC. ',
Training Union 6:30: p.m., it parents at this meeting. .-
Kvening Worship 7:30: p.m.. "' TABLEand
Tuesday Visitation-9:30: a.m.. Mr. Roberts announced that
Wed. Prayer Meeting 7:30: special musical show will bepresented LORRIE Pre-School "? : '

p.m.Visitation Thur.- 7:15: p.m.Churchwide, Sat. Bus the next by PTA school meeting childrenat on WALKER BASKETBALL ? 1 I 1fI CHAIR "PUTT-PUTT" MOBILE

Visitation 9 a.m.Congratulations. October 11.Membership, SET ;)

to Jessie dues of $1 ball and ..... SET
per 32" tall asst'd hair Sponge \
who won the pony awarded for person were collected after and dress styles. backboard with net. 1 Steel frame with $ 8 8
bringing in the most visitors the meeting. Anyone desiring I top 24X24' adjustable 3
m "Roundup Day" when the to assist the PTA may still pay tabre.\\. Chalf'S With pedal assembly, horn canopy 5
congregation numbered 310. dies to Mrs. Williams, the $1188 $118$ blue plastic seats $19 88 and hood. Fun for tots! EA.
Treasurer, or leave it at the all fold! SET
1I.IPTnKE: NEWS school.

Mrs. Omar Lefebvre has Following the meeting,
returned home after visiting refreshments of cake, cookies 24 Oz. FINAL NET TG&Y
20"BREEZE HI-DRI
her daughter and family Mr. servedby
coffee and punch were
and !Mrs. Eddie Fitzpatrick, in the hostess, Mrs. Clara DRAIN i AVACADOGLASS

Tampa the Viola Florida en toyed Gators attending Huberts. BOX PAPER HAIR SPRAY POCKET

and North Carolina football

!game while there. POWER 4 Oz.NonAerosol.
:Mr. and :Mrs. Tom Peacete Here's your TOWELS RADIO
FAN
have returned to Miami after TUMBLER
spending several days with iscount ticket
their friends, !Mr. and !Mrs. ; Solid State No. 20008

}Ik-nry:Mr. Spell and and:Mrs.family.James to a college 88 $12 33 $157
weather Nesmith and enjoyed lovely the scenery perfect I I e ne ti n 17 73 $ 99

during (their three week's stay I
in "Franklin N.C. They also .
enjoyed the fresh apples

peas corn and tomatoes If* called Protect Ahead
which were at their best while
',
It a plan mat lets you enlist
they were visiting their
friendsMr. and Mrs. Rogers.Mr. I In the Army end start collegelat
and :Mrs. Joe B. Oliver the tame rime
LUCITE
enjoyed the recent overnightvisit .
While you're aerving your
of their grandson, James
(Jimmy) Gehron from Fort [country. Ihe Army payi up to'7SS WALL PAINTLUCITE I

Lauderdale who was on his ot' your'tuition coats tor I mDR
way to Tallahassee. Jimmyhas "me college course you lake ]
studied at Broward aa a soldler/sludent Whit & Assorted Colors,
Community College for two 1 GALLON
vears, and is now continuing During your active duty you LUCITE'
hs Business Course at Florida could finish 2 ot I Ia
years college\
State University. The Olivers $ T99
are'ery proud of their then complete your degree j Wall Paint House PaintI
grandson and pray that he will under me Ql Bill it the'chool jj GALLON
continue as sucessful as he of your choice. CLEAIfoJ'

his been SCHOOL in the NEN'3Don past. Contact your local | 1.2 HOUR DRY ,WATER LUCITE I BvILT PRiMER DRIES IN AN HOUA.v.ATERCLEA"""' >


Roberts, president, i AsK Army about Recruiter Protect Ahead ') j i ''
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presided at the meeting of the 1111'11'I l I (
F Hampton Elementary PTA High School ) I II II III ,
Irld September 20 in the II(
school library on September Seniors & Grads I tllill lil li' Whit & Assorted Colors' (III I
GALLON
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Mr. Roberts introduced the Call 786-5800 $9

other PTA officers in Army Recruiting
GAllON
attendance: Quinton Ford, And Enlist Today Ill 1111
vice president; Mrs. Elaine t ,
Smith, secretary, and Mrs. Mnthcpeopfcta&ciacned It.. ,I I
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the Ann
Cathy Williams, treas. Connie I '
Clark, school principal, e.ePOo
welcomed I the large group / .
attending and introduced
Debbie Thomas who Is




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"EggPippings And Fodder Pu lungs :i Letlers


I to tie

I Were Social In .. "
Happenings 1890's a 1 \ : EditorRehabilitatioo

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Did you ever attend ail i "eggpipping" Sunday morning. He arrivedin "pipping"-tappmg the ends of place or another and help each Through

? Probably' not, good time for the egg- (the eggs together until one other with these Jobs, while Relaxation Wrong RoadIn
unless you're over the age of pipping at Mr. J.J. Arnold's. cracked The whose
one egg the women and children would
of the
issues
; recent
65; But there was a time when
Easter and eggs are closely remained uncracked the "socialize" and food
prepare have read several
I
thte unique social event was associated in the minds of our longest won the contest for the hungry workers. When ,- 't % ) Telegraph
pr(, the rural areas of J ; \ letters to the editor that have
people. the finished at tw"t
young
job was one
somewhat critical of
adford County, as witness Mrs. Willie Reddish, who been my
farm would to the
they on -
in an April 1898 issue Ziff was a"spot in the road" fives northwest of Lawtey, go attitudes as far as how
next.
Item Semi-Weekly community in Bradford says that egg pippings were criminals should be treated. I
a Starke newspaper County at that time, thoughthe me of the old-time gatheringsthat Rail splittings occurred was somewhat amused by the
: exact location is not also included log rollings, when someone needed a new letters as they were written by

recalled. The egg pipping wasa rail splittings, and fodder fence and long rails were hand convicts.I .
BLAKE BUTLER-Mr. W.A. social event held during the pulhngs. split from heart pine logs to h n realize the importance of

!WiS, of Ziff, paid our city a Easter season. Couples would use for this purpose. Some of prison rehabilitation, the need
Wing visit last Saturday arm themselves with colored The men from neighboring these rails have withstood the 4! vHI for a prisoner possessing

evening, returning home Easter eggs and start farms would gather at one test of time and weather and i iA abilities upon release that will

V are still in use today. They are provide him with the best
eagerly sought now by "city 'i ; possible employment
folks" for use around their .1.; J opportunities, and the
ditorial ) !suburban homes. '. requirement for

Fodder pullings took place understanding and help by

_. when the time came to strip ,.... 1\. ..'.\..... "._ .._......it society-at-large In making
corn stalks of their leaves for practical the permanent
use later as cattle and horse acceptance of an ex-convict as
Your Chance to Vote feed After the stalks were Wlio t Needs Television? a productive member of the

stripped, the leaves were receiving community.
wrapped around an ear of Whatever practical
i' ForState Employe Curb corn, tied, and left to dry. Mrs.Reddish Many pleasant Sunday are Miss Rosie Stilley, Buford of W. Madison Street, measures that will work i
recalls that when a afternoons were spent in daughter of Mr. and Mrs. whose father was Ben Stilley toward that goal I am for y
r !sudden rainstorm threatened leisurely horse and buggy Eugene Stilley, and Frank wholeheartedly. This has been
Florida voters will have the proceedings by the judicial qualifications there would be great hurryingand rides around Starke in the Burnsed son of Mr. and Mrs. Buggy rides to Kingsley my\ position in the past and

;opportunity to make nine changes in theState's commission. scurrying around, trying early 1900's. "Fen" Burnsed all of Starke. Lake were popular during this will remain my position in the
and those who did not
The picture was dated 1901 period, future. I will continue to do all
constitution in the to the fodder in the barn
get Seated
eight-year-old behind their "white own their own rig could rent
fear of in to that
Legislative concerning growth my power see

November 2 General Election on issues before it got wet. charger" with star-spangled Miss Stilley was the aunt of me for the afternoon from one rehabilitation is made to
in the Executive Branch of
.' ranging from enactment of GovernorAskew's power led to the state Log rollings took place when "lap robe" over their knees, Mrs. R.C. (Irma Stilley) of the several livery stables. work. .
government proposed
"Sunshine Amendment" on anew piece of land was taken- However, I am also In favor
financial disclosure to establishing a amendment that would allow the n and had to be cleared of of reducing crime and in

and Mansion Commission. legislature to nullify or suspend any rule virgin felled The huge trees taking all possible steps to
Capitol or regulation proposed by the executive were and cut into County Agents By achieve such a reduction. It is
branch. sections that could be rolled or 7 time, I think that we feel
I Other proposed amendments, with carried by four men. Stout Bobby compassion for the victims of
which voters should familiarize The proposed amendment to the state "sticks" were placed under Notebook criminals for those whose

':$ themselves between now and NovemberS retirement plan would prohibit further each end of the log and it was Taylor lives have been suddenly and

2. include the junking of contested increases in benefits without similar ether rolled or carried, with dramatically disjointed and
two men lifting on each end, to disrupted by the murder of
elections for all state appellate judges; increases in funding.The .
a pile and burned."A loved ones, for those women
R setting up new procedures for Waiting until the last minuteto information and new foragesfor discussion and explanation of and young girls the rape of !
disciplining supreme court justices; state's present retirement plan is lot of"fine timber was write a news article can Florida. Pasture weed the new grading standards. whom will forever haunt them ''I

the state to sell bonds to currently $1.5 billion out of step on an burned: up, Mrs. Reddish sometimes get you into a jam. control, external parasites, Cattlemen who would like to and torture them for all those
allowing recalls. "But there were so This last and growth stimulants for
happened Mondayand pool transportation to the
stimulate the still depressed housing actuary basis, a situation similar to trees it the only calves will who have cruelly suffered at
) many was Tuesday and I missed round-out the dinic are asked to meet at the the hands of the criminal and
market; authorizing local government to deficit spending. Recent legislative way to get rid of them." having an article in last week.I morning program. The County Agent's office on especially for those increasing \

peddle bonds to revitalize slums; limit moves have curtailed this, however, and "My father used to say, like to wait until close to afternoon program will North 301 in Starke at 7:45: numbers who will suffer as

the state bureaucracy; put the state lawmakers are predicting that the fund when these children grow up the deadline to write this feature produce a heavier panel on how to Wednesday morning. Call or victims in the future. The
will be actuarily sound within 20 won't be left to calves bull come by if you are interestedr numbers of these latter will
retirement system on sounder footing, years. there anything article so I can talk about the management, and
r.
and permit the Legislature to nullify build them a house,' Mrs.Reddish most recent and timely topics a < have questions. depend on what actions we

administrative rules. The Capitol and Mansion Commission says, "and I used to d interest to our readers. now take and what actions we
as a child that I fail to take.It .
amendment would authorize a worry I had to write the
wouldn't have a house to liven planned is evident that much Is
i. They may sound boring, but public commission that would set and maintaina when I grew up and got article last !Monday because I FORESTRYbyChuckW'eber wrong in the way we have

reaction to the amendments this fall is basic plan for the furnishing, married But now I tell my had scheduled our pesticide for Forester dealt with the problem of the

especially important with less than two decorating and alteration of theGovernor's grandchildren not to worry applicator training all IN BRADFORD COUNTY County criminal. Crime rates, and fj
Monday night, day
about things like that because anyone who chooses may !,
mansion and the
Capitol
years remaining before the 1978 something new will always Tuesday, and Tuesday, verify by statistics, have
: Constitutional Revision Convention sets building. come along to take the placed Wednesday and Thursday doubled and tripled t

t' out to remake the basic laws of the state. the old things that give nights. Rainy weather FLORIDA'S FIRE LAVVS- This is what" I object to. It is j'
All of these are important proposalsand out." changed the plans of several A UTILE CLEARER NOW our duty to rehabilitate the
folks and office busv
our was
''. The most controversial of the nine deserve detailed study by the voters In addition to these events all day Monday with calls, prisoner but not to
Our phone rings. The 5. Prevent the fire from sympathize with him to the
2 election date. Of business with
before the November which combined
and other for
'1 proposed amendments is the Sunshine visits requests dispatcher at the Work Center extent of encouraging
in the old there escaping
pleasure days,
particular interest to economymindedvoters assistance.The .
Amendment which requires FULL answers, "Division of recidivism which we have r
public financial disclosure of all elected should be the "state employe were killings cane, peanut grindings boilings hog, private pesticide Forestry" A voice on the All authorizations are based apparently done. In the past 15

officials, including judges. limitation" amendment placing a ceilingon house warmings, and quilting training program was well Uher end says "I want to geta ,upon two main factors: air- years our laxity in this respecthas
t" full-time salaried state employes, as bees. worth the effort and burning authorization." stagnation (smoke-dispersal II) provided us with a crime-

;3; Under this proposal elected officials well as part-time employes, in relation to. After all, if you have a job to have inconvenience had 160 however.farmers We This was the start .jof 6801, ,,conditions,.w-ougl\tllo.copditions.) and fuel.moisture. These,_ climbing rate curve out of that control.is now We

and candidates would be required to file the state's population. do-what better way to get it complete eight hours of telephone calls vlUltn.'i thJ lima: turn ,,tie g1u kwittrvtheUvwMrfl i I I haV>gHosteatfrahbr Ingigg' into f

annual net worth statements listing done than to invite the classes who will be certified to Division of Forestry four \'s fire danger rating play practical'! measuees of

assets and liabilities exceeding $1,000, In spite of the fact that most neighbors in and have a buy and use restricted county Gainesville District in,. system and with the rehabilitation, coddled the
party the past year. and countless circumstances in the immediate made his
convict punishmenta
constitutional amendments are usually Even though some
file either of their federal pesticides.
and a copy similar calls within the other
of the fire
area are him with
farmers about mockery, provided
that complained
rejected by the voters, we predict
income tax returns or a sworn : sixteen districts.
1--.Wi8I ? "having"to" take the training, air traffic, road traffic, or "rights" that encourage his
statement listing the source and this one will pass, as it should, and u rearby residents likely to be made crime
?f VETERANS AFFAIRS :;:; most were glad they did when Florida's burning laws contempt, a
_' amounts of all income over $1,000. become the initial step in curbing ?: by William Haasg :::: it was over. Several said they are one of the open Division's most disturbed by the smoke'? profitable "business," and

r. uncontrolled growth of state VeteransServiceofficerN had learned a lot, felt like they important but most complex Together, these factors given the most heinous crimesan
amendment government. N would be better prepared to aura of respectability..
The proposed judicial responsibilities. These laws determine whether fires are
:-y provides that each appellate district widows and childrenof use pesticide safely and cover burning for agriculture, authorized around the clock, In those area where a policyof
veterans are receiving wisely in the future. timber and wildlife authorized for daylight hours fairness, toughness,
shall have at least one Supreme Court for and
consideration victims
from the Veterans
That's The LimitIf pension of farmers who management, and destroying (only, or forbidden until
Many our
the and
selected from district
justice, Administration, despite the debris of rural land-clearing. conditions change. Any insistence on true punishmentand
the Court and of their took this training discussed it true rehabilitation have
that justices of Supreme fact that the death authorization be
with their who had may
of the district courts of appeal husband or parents was not neighbors Until recently this withdrawn; with reasonable been invoked crime rates
judges you've been in the habit of driving directly related to military not registered for the course. I responsibility was shared with have sharply decreased.
must submit themselves for retention or 60 miles an hour in the belief that service and even more, may now have about 30 people who the Department of Pollution /notice if conditions change to Control has been 1

rejection by the electors in a general Smoky"won't bother you for going just be eligible. will attend when the class is Control But this year the make unwise.A .burning unsafe or reestablished Many who

election every six years. Failure to do so five miles hour above the 55 speed set. I will announce the next Legislature acted to would have been victims of
would result in a vacancy in the office an Children's eligiblity is class within the next two streamline and put teeth into number of special crime have been spared the
limit, don't be surprised if a familiar blue sometimes overlooked weeks and can attend if
of the current term. The by the you the law. conditions apply to burning brutal ordeal. And many who
upon expiration light starts flashing behind you, family, when the mother is not you are a producer of debris from rural land- would have become criminals
Governor would fill l such vacancy by signalling the message to "pull over." eligible because of her agricultural products for sale !Most of the Division ofForestry'S dearmg Piles must be small under a system of leniency
appointing a person nominated by the income, remarriage or and have a need to use authority rests in enough to burn out within the have benefitted by the
appropriate judicial nominating divorce prior to the veteran's restricted pesticides. Call two documents: Chapter 51-2 tame limits stated by the example of strict application
If it seems to you that there are more of the Rules of the
commission. Such would death. your County Agent's office in Division of Forestry. The of stern justice.
appointments
troopers on the road these days, handing btarke at 964-6534 if you are Department of Agricultureand tfebris must be dry enough to This is what I seek
be ratified later by the voters. out more tickets-you are exactly right. Eligible for the VA pension Interested.We Consumer Services sets !burn: well. Starter fuels must This is why I say that
There are. based on need are widows, the rules for agricultural rot realese "excessive visible indiscrimate furloughing of
The proposed amendment dealing widowers and minor childrenof had a good turnout at alvicultural and rural land- missions" when burning prisoners, indiscrimate
both the annual Farm Bureau t
with housing; would allow the state tosell It's all a part of a new crackdown on war veterans who died of and last clearing fires telling what (this rules out old tires, oil enrollment of criminals in our
non-service connectedcauses. Meeting Supper t types are legal and under etc). And the fires be at
up to $100 million in revenue bonds, speeding as the result of a recent Saturday and the Bradford- what conditions beset ) must overcrowded institutions of
with, the money to be channeled into warning from Washington to states Union Cattleman's meeting they may least 50 yards from any learning, and indiscrimate

financial institutions to stimulate low- where the 55 mph speed limit is not The amount of pension if last Thursday night. occupied building or highway employment of criminals
more for most nighttime within correctional
determined the The "teeth" in our
by annual these rules
interest mortgage loans for prospective being strictly enforced that they standto !burning: institutions of the
income with no payment to Farm Bureau membership are found in Chapter 590 of the are some
home buyers.A lose their share of $90 billion in road- surviving spouses with is still growing in our county Florida Statutes which gives Basically Florida's laws on permissive measures whichare

building money.Consequently. children whose annual incomeis and members are becoming procedures for lawful the use of fire in rural areas counterproductive and
second bond issue amendment in excess of $' ,500. involved in several burning, defines the have changed little which help to give crime an
would municipalities countiesto troopers have been worthwhile programs. Our misdemeanors felonies and very acceptability that is going to
or
permit with unmarked Children's eligiblity Farm Bureau ladies, under uvil liabilities that arise from The main difference is that boomerang on us with further
speedguns,
issue revenue bonds to finance equipped however,is independent of the the leadership of Mrs. Shirley law violations, and covers the now they can be enforced. But increases in our crime rates.
community development projects. The cars and aircraft to monitor traffic in an mother when she is not Cask ins and !Mrs Johnny overall firecontrolresponsibilities w in the past the Division of Today we have 45 ex-

Proposal is based on the premise that it all-out effort to enforce the 55 mile per- entitled to a pension. Cowart have done well in the of the Division Forestry will do its best to convicts employed within our

would be in the public interest to hour federally-imposed limt. Application should be made in support of the kidney dialysis tf Forestry cooperate with the State's Florida prison system ((16 of
their behalf. program I'm sure this will citizens in making wise of which are employed at FSP
rehabilitate "slum or blighted areas continue and will involve Also clarified by the fire -- one of man's use and VClI.) The crimes they
to the spread of disease and Speed limits were originally loweredin The possible eligibility of all Legislature the kinds first tools,
contributing more and more of our folks are of and still one of the best have been convicted of include
mme." 1973 from 70 to 55 miles per hour in an survivors is reviewed by the this coming year. fires not regulated by the many jobs.Aeriul. for robbery, rape, murder and
effort to conserve fuel. This objectivewas VA when notification ot death Division of Forestry. These larceny. In many cases their

accomplished, but a highly is received. But sometimes Our cattlemen are include campfires, leaf-pile avil rights have not been
Reflecting growing resentment important side effect was also noted-the circumstances surroundingthe somewhat dejected with the burning, fires for protectingcrops SprayingFire restored. Many are
against big government, voters will alsoJ death rate took a sharp veteran's death do not present low cattle prices. from cold and frost correctional officers, and
be given the opportunity to approve a highway always provide information to damage! and also industrial, Ant IlaitAvailable many hold other sensitive
ceiling on the number of full.time decrease. For this reason Congress last identify all possible survivors. Most predictions several commercial municipal and positions.
made the 55 mile hour limit months indicated that
f per ago
year research fires. The laws HereA that
!salaried state employes to one per cent permanent.So There are no income limits prices would be rising by this these Penologists now agree
governing types of the of rehabilitation
theory
of the total state population and on part- of eligibility for survivors fall because cattle numberswere burning enforced
are the
by representative of the through relaxation of controlsis
ij; time state employes to ten per cent of benefits for spouses and decreasing and more Department
of Division of Plant the road thatleads
Industry,
watch that No wrong ,, one
speedometer. longer children when a veteran'sdeath cattle were moving to the
Environmental
the fulltimers.The .
Regulation State of ,
rates
Iii Department to crime
do have five was result of military feedlots. With this possibility soaring
a or ten
you mph leewayover which in
some areas delegates Agriculture will" be at the cue mat poorly serves the real
fc so.called judicial disciplineameifchmnt the limit. Those 55speed limit signsare service, spent In mind money most cattlemen to fertilize have its powers to local authorities. county agent's office interests of the convict, and

no longer just kidding.That's Wednesday September 29 to me that sees expanding listsd
disqualify all pastures and have followed The next
question, then is
1.11 Leader take applications for aerial crime victims. Wholesale
r? Supreme Court Justices) in the event a other good management "What are the rules I have to of mirex fire ant of ex-convicts
the limit! application employment in
fellow of practices to produce a good follow Chapter 590.12 spells
justice subject
Training SaturdayThere bait our is of
calf for market. I hope most ait five basic requirements prison system a part
will be able to at least break for this misadventure
any agricultural
!J p will be a 4-H Leader even this year in spite of these alvicultural, or rural land- said County the DPI agent will Bobby apply Taylor the legislation 1 intend prohibiting to Introduce the
low for cattle.
Growth Seminar prices dearing fire
ARID given on : pl. bait for landowners at a cost hiring of ex-convicts as
Saturday. September 25th d 30 cents per acre. Minimum in sensitive
of Obtain employees
from 9 am until 12 30 at Speaking management authorization
: m.
milijjiitp4G. the Agricultural Building p in practices our cattlemen havea from the Division of Forestry. acreage charge will be$12 for positions in state agenciesthat
i Starke. good opportunity to get the 40 acres. Landowners wishing are oriented toward law
r latest recommendations at 2. Give notice to owners of less than 40 acres baited can enforcement and correctional

o All adults and teenagers cur annual Cow-Calf Clinic adjacent lands (or their have it done, he said, but will measures. This I hope will be
interested in working with 4-H next week. The clinic is free to agents) I In writing or with a he charged the $12 fee. part of a new attitude towardthe
4TIQH BOB FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER are invited to attend. all cattlemen and will be held witness, one to ten days before punishment and treatment

s i Publisher from 9am. till 3:15: p.m. burning Landowners are asked to criminals that will act as an
\ Published each Thursday and entered as second pass Matter at the Pest Office at Stark, Ra under Activities in 4-H for this Wednesday, September 29, at 3. Take iring a copy of the legal effective deterrent and as part
I. year will include the Fair, the Ravine Gardens precautions against d a rehabilitation policy that
Actof March 3, 1879 in escape of the fire, through the description of their land when
Subscription rate in trade area: $7 per year: $4 six months County Charm Events School Camp and rala tka. use of firelines and adequate making application. will product the results we

Outside trade area: $8 per year: $4 SO six month manpower and Applications will be acceptedfrom want.
Phone 964-6305 Starke, Fla For further information arid The program will cover equipment. 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., and fees -Frank Williams
reservations please contact such topics; as current beef 4. Watch over the fire until are expected to be paid at the Rep.,25 Dlst.
Lowell Parrish at %4.1'\\4 cattle research, outlook it Is extinguished. time of application Fla. Legislature
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73 Percent Missing Food Stamp Benefits In CountySeventythree D 4OOt UC School Board Approves BudgetThe

and each in
., w Union County School programs one
percent of subtracting the following eligible if all other persons who are 18 years old to4 Ry Board met just long enough October and February.
Bradford County residents Items: all taxes, medical requirements were met.A or older but who have not Tuesday night to give final I Any student enrolled must
eligible to receive food stampsare expenses, child care costs, two person family with reached their 85th birthday approval to the 1976-77 school be present for one day in that
not getting them, says the child support or alimony, less than $307 monthly income must register for work with budget week or six days proceeding
food stamp office here. education or job training would probably be eligible; a the Florida State ., The budget based on 6.3 hat( week In which the count .
Betty Bennett, supervisor of costs, rent or mortgage and three person family with less Employment Service as a tOR1p / mills Is $1,762,428 in revenue was taken. If the absentee
the office than $433; a four person requirement of the program. rate is excessively high
says 4,454 personsin utility costs and ten percent of with expenditures $1,757,725,
the county are eligible for income. family with less than $553 and If one member refuses to 4LI'"a passed three to one with because of an epidemic the
food stamps, but that right gross The household size a five person family with less register, the entire household] r Ressie Griffis absent The count can be postponed.
now only 1,232 are receivingthem. determines the amount of than $660 monthly income becomes ineligible to receive only discussion was by Board members received
monthly net Income that is the would all probably be eligiblefor food stamps. + dissenting board member copies of the agreement
Her office in the old bank cut-off point for eligibility.For the program, according\ Donald Dukes. Dukes, between the Union County
building at 102 E. Call Street instance, if a one person the Department of Health and Remember, you may be i concerned about the current Teachers Organization and
Rehabilitative Services.If eligible. Just call the food 4 the School Board. McNeill
administers the program for household had net enrollment figures not
a monthly
the county. All those who income of less than $215, that a family is receiving food stamp office, 964-7310 for an M a_ pvA ; providing enough revenue said "They were lucky to
think they may be eligible for person would probably be stamps, all able-bodied appointment 4 said, "I was not present when have an agreement this year,
the program should apply !the budget was brought up, I the teachers were at work and
there. MBS physically unable\ be no one was shooting holes in
Mrs. Bennett says the main New Salary Schedule ApprovedBy + nere, and couldn't voice the superintendent's window,
problem seems to be a I;'', r objections, but I can foresee many counties were not so
misunderstanding of the p'oblems." fortunate." Board members
program's purpose. Union School BoardThe nsMStiw4 ; Howard McNeill said they felt the contract was
"People think that the only County administrative assistant, said good for both the teachers and

ones who can get food stamps he hoped they wouldn't run the hoard.
are those on welfare," she supplementary salary The supplementary salary with a written explanation or into any problems The
explained. "That's not the schedule for schools had schedule for 1976-77! provides a the reason for the punishmentand current enrollment was 1425. Board
case at ull. This is no opposition during a $300 increase for returning the name of the other .ay but they were shooting for a County
giveaway; it's a supplementalincome September 14 session from coaches. The head baseball, teacher "or principal who was :2000 weighted figure. McNeill
program for people I'in on County School boardiwrnhiT basketball and assistant head present. explained each student who Holds TalksThe
who are working:, but not Donald Dukes who football coaches will receive In routine business the +' attends 5 hours a day !5 I days a
marling/ I heir bills. lij.iecled to being( asked lo $1,000; tennis and track, $600; board released two students\ ji: week, in attendance 25 hours a Bradford County
The food stamp program is approve an item that was just weightlifting, $600; three Bradford County Schools, week for 900 hours a year is Commission met in a special
a lederal program handed to him. assistant football coaches. approved personnel actions weighted one full time work session Monday.
administered by the state The salary and $900! each; the head JV and approved expendituresfor equivalent. Programs such as September 20 in an effort to
Applicants must satisfy supplementary salary: football $800;; JV football and the month of August. Bicentennial Publication speech and hearing are air some of the current
eligibility requirements schedule was presented to JV basketball coaches. $700 The board also approved I weighted 10 \to 1 because these projects of the commission.

concerning( household size, board members for their and girl's basketball $500. after consultation in executive Copies of "Uncle Sam, the Man and Legend." a special programs cost more to In the short meeting
income and other factors. approval. Dukes was not session the adoption of Board iperate. A student enrolled In commissioners discussed
Bicentennial publication, are presented to far I (Clark (left),
Collective
Standards for participationare satisfied t with thesupplemt'ntary Other supplementarysalaries : Policy 1.16 coordinator of special projects for the Bradford County School a special program is worth enforcement a grant for law
the same for everyone schedule as it include band and Bargaining Agreements. "If more in revenue. in Bradford
Board by Wally Vance, (center), president of the Bradford-
without regard to and made choral.$1.200; cheerleader any portion of a Board Policyis is with the possibility of
race, was presented a 'lay County Board of Realtors, as! Roy Orrea chairman of the Union County an County,
religion, national origin, sex motion to hale it tabled for sponsor, HOO; the FFA in conflict with or differs Clay County Bicentennial Committee loks on. 'lark said copies exception to a state figure of obtaining $600.000)() in federal
or political beliefs. study until the next meeting. advisor Sr. chapter $1.200)( ; from any ratified agreement of the special Bicentennial book will be placed in all school $758 for each student. The cost money
The two primary factors (Board member Pam Thomas and the FFA advisor Jr. reached through collective libraries throughout the tf living factor is computed Commissioners were in
involved in determining food seconded the motion but it did chapter. $H'HI' bargaining, with a certified county.A and each student in Union agreement that a new county
stamp eligibility are net not carry and was suggested bargaining agent, the bunty is worth $710 in funds. jail was needed, but before a :
income and household size. members look over the The board unanimously collective bargaining similar presentation to Martha Minx, of the Bradford Funds are administered on grant will be provided plans
Household size refers to the supplement and return to it adopted the change in board agreement( shall be governingfor County Public Library, followed the presentation lo Lark last the basis of four counts of one must he submitted ant a
number of persons living in before the meeting adjourned. policy on corporal punishment I the "term of that Friday week each during the year. needs assessment made to
the home. !Net income is them Dukes) asked that to coincide with Florida iljI'I e 111l'11t. Two counts are in the summer justify the need for the jail.
'
>neleft over after indiMiiuiils be listed showingwho Statutes. If CorporalPunishment teacher __ _ 1- -- - - - -- - - -- -- -- -, ---- -- -- -
was getting what. 2. a
Superintendent James Cason I eels that corporalpunishment

City Grant indicated many of the people is necessary, at
least the following procedures
were not us jet named and he
could not supply)' all the shall he followed: tat( ) The use
of corporal shall
nil 1111'S. punishment
ApplicationsLooking The salary schedule was be approved principle bv '
returned to at t the end of the the prml'lpitll'lore it is used OFFICIAL PRIMARY BALLOT INITIALS OF
Good meeting and board member but approval is not necessary ISSUING '
Itcssie. inlfis; motioned and lor each specific instance in
I>District board member Hay which it is used (bi, A teacheror DEMOCRATIC PARTY OFFICER
Federal grant applications (Yaw. lord seconded to approvethe principal may administer
''or" 5.t million worth of city schedule The count was 4- corporal punishment only in
..mproM'iiu'nt' projects" are I will! 1 Dukes opposed. the presence of another adult Signature off Elector STUB NO 1 ;
looking I !good: t the city The supplementary is who is informed beforehand,
pay
council( was (old Tuesday part of a budget that includes and in the student's presence
light.( of the for the
.1 Ii(i jKTccnl increase lor reason(

I'Uins lor a city hull, fire teachers a :5.5 pt'rct'ntIIIl'fl'ilM' principal punishment' (Icl who A teacher has or OFFICIAL PRIMARY BALLOT INITIALS OF ,
'..iii II nn. recreation complex l fur administrative
"rut! sidewalk renovation IxTsonncI mid an 8.5 percent administered punishment ; ISSUING
protect l> 1 have nil been inkc lor non-instructional shall upon request providethe DEMOCRATIC PARTY OFFICER
pupil's parent or guardian
Milmtilted to Iht'orth:;' {person' iii'l. '
Ho rid.i. Regional Planning

Council.Ximentrout said of Bessent W.F Senior Request, Regain Privelege :' Sample STUB NO. 2 Sample

Himmock & Kuckman. Inc.,
Uii city's consulting Of Leaving Campus During Scho)1 I '

omineering lirm. '
OFFICIAL PRIMARY BALLOT
Bradford High School Tom Casey Bradford .
This! is anl intermediary High principal,
step seniors may be permitted to County .
tr'fore !final submission of the the board 5 *
leave the school addressing on t
!pmt applications, which are under certain conditions campus behalf of the student requestfor j"4 .> DEMOCRATIC PARTY ;..,... '::1'b""'" '''" .., .,,,,n,
Ills percent funded by the following a discussion of the reinstatement of the senior rt F
...
.
-
litlrnil government under the privileges, said he felt "
matter during a special SEPTEMBER 28, 1976
fuhlic Works Employment session of the school board current senior class would ;.: >; .

Ait. last Thursday, Sept. 9. respect the privileges. Casey :: r. .
said misconduct by the BRADFORD COUNTY ?: '
Armentrout said the Senior class president Beth students while off campus or
applications would be Davis went before the board abuse of the orivileee would
itlicially submitted during the requesting clarification of the result in cancellation of an
lirst t two weeks of October status of senior privileges, individual's right to leave -)
although( I if the grants are and asking for the boards' during free periodsand whose is the ballot mark (X) in the
campus To vote for a person name printed on a cross square at the RIGHT of the name of the
l uctuu) in
work
improved) on the reasoning revoking lunch. '.
{irojects may not start until permission for the senior class Following board member person for whom you desire to vote.

turly 1977.! members 10 leave campus Rodney Hall's observationthat LEGISLATIVE
during lunch and free periods. the responsibility for ..
-
The commission has said Board member Arthur K. proper student conduct while State Senator
first! priority would be the city Gaskins responded, saying off campus must be shared 5th S.natorlal District
hull I to be built on the grounds that in past years equally by students, parentsand '
If the present city hall. considerable problems had school personnel, the (Vote for one)
been associated with the board decided to let the 1972
Armentrout also suggestedthe senior privilege of leaving ruling concerning senior TERRY PUTNAL
city begin taking!! steps to campus. He noted that many privileges stand, in effect
(,IU hfy for another 100 percent students other than seniors approving the students' SHERRILL (PETE) SKINNERNONPARTISAN
ledt-ral grant, this one Irom had been leaving campus request.
Die Department t of Housing during school hours. BUS seniors must have
and Urban Development Hesiiid Pat Spengler, board parental approval, in the formof
it would he advisable for chairwoman, pointed out that a written statement, before
tho city to develop and adopt a past policy had allowed they will be allowed to

"vi1 l of standards for streets, seniors to purchase "buttons"to purchase the privilege - -- - - --- --- -- -- - -- - --- --- --- -
water sewer and electricity, wear off campus during the "button," for 50-cents, to
and sidewalks within school day. She recalled that leave campus. Parent's
ailxlivisions and living areas the policy had been adopted in permission forms and copiesof
of the city These would be 1972! and that the "buttons" the policy rules concerning
iced for comparison purposes cost some 25cents at that senior privileges are availableat
I IA the federal government time. the high school office

jjKiuld a grant be applied for BALLOT FOR INITIALS OF
under) this program, which
involves subsidies for persons Hampton Parents Ask Board ISSUING
relocated from low-income JUDICIAL OFFICERS OFFICER
;uxl! substandard housing.
For Second Grade TeacherA
He also asked the council's Signature of Elector STUB NO. 1

permission to begin work on delegation of concerned the board requested
.setting a minimum standard parents with children Superintendent Richard
housing code other than the attending Hampton Jockel to prepare a
Southern Standard Building teacherpupil: ratio table for
Code for in the Elementary School presenteda NONPARTISAN BALLOT FOR INITIALS OF
use city. This petition requesting the all county schools prior to
would show that the city is hiring of a second grade their next meeting. Jockel ISSUING

actively involved in housing leacher, and aired their gripes indicated that such a studywas JUDICIAL OFFICERS OFFICER
t
codes Armentrout said, and over the combining of classesat underway and that the
would also improve its chancefor the small school during last results would be available

a HUD grant. Thursday's special session of shortly. NO. ?
f
the Bradford County School The board postponed actionon SampleSTUB Sample
MayorCommissionerCharles Board. the Hampton parents'request
Schaefer said that Margaret Wadsworth, during the regular s
would be fine as long as work spokeswomen for the session Friday night. Charles
time does not exceed the Hampton parents delegation, Francis, director of NONPARTISAN BALLOT FOR ,
';,000 limit that the city told board members that she curriculum, said each
cannot legally exceed without and others feel children principal in the county was
.Uhking for bids. attending Hampton working up class load figures t JUDICIAL OFFICERS
Elementary are "entitled to and indicated that additional :

In a short meeting before the same education, as the adjustments may be ,
they got down to budget work, students attending the larger necessary in other county SEPTEMBER 28, 1976
the commission also schools" in the county. schools. Francis said he felt it
appointed city surveyor Mrs. Wadsworth explainedthat f would be wiser to handle all BRADFORD COUNTY
Mi-mil McMillan as the city's at the present time the necessary shifting of
technical representative on grades one and two, two and students and teachers at one i
the North Florida Regional three, and three and four are time.
Planning Council and combind at the small

appointed Bob Patterson astfis elementary school in the To vote for a person whose name if printed on the ballot mark a cross IXt) in the square It the RIGHT of the name of the
{ superintendent. southwestern part of the t
county. person for whom you desire f fl vote <

Patterson also asked for and Speaking for the parents'
received permission to apply delegation, !Mrs. Wadsworthsaid NE ASrER JUDICIAL i
for an extension of the present system is
underground gas lines farther "unfair" to( the teachers at Justice of} the Supreme Court, .

south on t'S-301 to the KOA Hampton Elementary, in that Eighteenth century scientist Croup 1 i,
John Dalton I wa made headmaster
and Alligator
Campgrounds for
they must two
prepare of a school at the age (Vote for on.)
Q'eek. Patterson said he'd be classes daily. She added thatit
able to save several hundred was her group's contentionthat of 121"Forget
I dollars if he could run the lines the teachers could do a
under the creek's but .. .. .. CHARLES R, HOLLEY
I bridge, "better" job if they (the ". ,
wasn't sure if that could be instructor) had only one class I ,'.... '
done or not. Schaefer assured for which to prepare daily injuries, never foruatkindneiMi. FREDERICK B. KARL
I hm that there is $1,500 in the lessons.In ." Confucius
budget for the job to be done. accepting, the petition.


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I Lawtey Okays $49,972 BudgetThe ",.,\ (. It's Not To Late ParentsMac's a" rta 1;!


Lawtey Town Council box Into perforated-pipes into A representative of In other action- the council Music Shop & ';0' 1
approved the city's 1976-77 the soil. But in the city's case Jackson's firm told the voted to begin charging$65 for klja Isla.
budget totaling $49,972 and the septic tank is deeper in the council that the dirt would be water meter hook-ups for new ; tii Norden Music Co. Of Jax. 15: I '
I approved a slight increase in ground than the distribution replaced to the six inch level residents. The cost will be '.!OJ. .
property tax millage in orderto box, and a sump pump was above the limerock higher for users installing a Offering Band Parents An Opportunity .. ; ,
qualify for state revenue installed free of charge by underlayer in order to water meter on the oppositeside To Purchase rtJ.Oft.-
sharing funds in its regular Jackson's firm to force the conform to state health codes. lol'' i '
meeting, September 9.: effluent to the distribution Darrell O'Neal of the county of the street from existing I Quality Musical Instruments ,
The council raised the box. Poor percolation and health department suggestedthat water lines. Cost of materialsfor '
millage rate to 3. mills or $3 rains washing away the dirt a retaining wall be meter hook-ups is$100, and alt ,".
per $1000 assessed value on cover allowed the effluent to. installed to insure that the the city agreed to assume the I At A Reasonable Price I .'.I ,
property within the city surface. problem does not arise again. remaining $45. .ud'. .
limits, which is an increase of f :* Band Rentals '12" Mo. bbfrtl.
i :
.064 from last year's rate of (Saxes Slightly Higher) /Ill.
2.936 mills. City-wide the Fence Dispute Settlement Still PendingFinal I ,
rill
increase will mean an' Rent By 4P.M.-
additional $155 in property settlement of a fence written order of August 12 access"to their home by means t rtJ: I Ixl' I'I
taxes to be absorbed dispute at Kingsley Lake Is granting a temporary of a one-lane dirt road across ;&: Play Tomorrow ,
proportionally by all city taxpayers still pending following a Mrs, the Volley Starling property, q; I
equaling "only a few hearing before Judge R.H. injunction sought by which had been in use for Deliveries Made To Schools m
cents per taxpayer," Oliff in Green Cove Springs Paul (Gloria) Starling to keepan years for ingress and egress to 'fi\., : ) Or Pick
according to city clerk Lucille Tuesday afternoon at which alleged easement across the H.A. Bishop, Jr., Nina p: q .
Shuford. of the Volley Starling property Andrews and Paul Starling m. t.
contempt court charges
afford the I Them Up At Mac's .
to access to '111. :
The three mill figure will against Mrs. V.L. (Mary) open Paul places. In her complaint, 1, "
Starling property on Y.9Hu
produce $7,115 in property Starling were held in Kingsley Lake.Apparently Gloria Starling alleged that Bradford Middle School 7th grader Glenn Corbet and 964-7391 q II:>. f.
taxes. State revenue sharingwill abeyance. the Volley Starlings had givenan Tabatha Folsom demonstrate use of an "Impact sled," a modelof t .
bring the city 24420. Judge Oliff said the unaware of the easement across their a .versatile automobile safety engineering device used to 13.!!.:
Receipts for the upcoming contempt charged would not injunction, Mrs. Mary property.In demonstrate the importance of wearing safety belts, during the IN :.i
fiscal year beginning October on at this time since Starling had erected a fence deferring action on the assembly program. tOne who isn't Ml/
of pullinghis
total across her south property line, of the pleasures Anybody
1 $49,972 equal to Mrs. Starling's attorney had contempt citation, Judge Oliff is
Lawtey's. projected failed to notify her of Oliff's denying the Paul Starlings said Tuesday that the gate FlIP Plans Speed Limit CrackdownThe reading knowledge old that letters they need is the no pushing weight his luck. probably ItOr. '. .,
expenditures.The road
the must
across disputed
.
Franklin/ P. Jones In Quote .
council also voted to remain until final Florida Highway Patrol reason, Congress last year answer.
pay the engineer and 203 Voters Added To Voting.List! hearing on open the matter, or Mrs. has announced plans'to start made the 55 mph limit -Lord Byron Magazine I"I-J. y '

contractor the remaining cost Bradford County picked up dose at 7 p.m. election day. Mary Starling would be held "cracking down" on motorists permanent. : I..1.1n1.
of the city's water system, an additional 203 registered A very light 30 percent in contempt. speeding along Florida's MI'' !
pending correction of a last voters in the period from July turnout at the polls next highways at more than 55 'Jill..
minute problem. Engineer W, 24, when the books closed Tuesday is predicted by Neva miles per hour. I Would Like To Express My .
Jackson&Son of Jacksonvillewill the Supervisor of The Patrol says even those
prior to 1st Primary, to Flynn A painting in a museumprobably IN
receive their $9,000 date for Elections. going only a few miles over '31'!
September 18, closing hears foolish
more For Your Vote
retainer and contractor the General Election. else the limit will be ticketed, and Appreciation 1'10.
Sverdrup Parcel, Inc. of Total number of registered Lawtey Registrations remarks than anything the enforcement will be an
in the
Gainesville will receive their voters in the county now Registration for the Lawtey world.Edmond and Jute "all-out effort. And Support In The Recent /m. jIo.J
told ;
$754 balance. stands at 7,265.Although Qty election on December 7 The state recently by -
Total cost of the project is the books'are will close Friday, Oct 22, Goncourt the federal government that it m i ii
$420,000 with the city puttingup dosed, under state law. until accordoing to Mrs. Flynn. stands to lose $90 billion in City Election And Again My er "
$70,000. The remainder was live days after the General road funding money if the 55 mi.nit., r'I;.
paid for by a$100,000 Farmers Election, eligible persons may J.D.Odom On Chiles'Ag CommitteeRobert mph law is not strictly Congratulations To :
Home Administration (FHA) still register, under federallaw enforced, is outfitting troopers .(11( :'
grant and a $250,000 loan from until October 2 to vote for Senator Lawton Chiles will Driggers or can be with speedguns, unmarkedcars
FHA. President and Vice President be in Union County for a fund obtained at the dinner. and aircraft to monitor Mr. Waters 1 1r.
The problem came about Persons registering now raising dinner to be held The menu will include bar- traffic. )
when heavy rains washed will oily be given a separate ballotat Saturday, September 25, at bcue chicken with all the Speed limits were originally .
away about four inches of the polb on November 2, 6:00: p.m. at Sheriff John trimmings, corn on the cob, lowered in 1973 from 70 to 55 ThankYou
cover dirt from the city's new containing nothing but the Whitehead's ranch hog chitterlings and chicken mph in an effort to conserve f!I
raised drain field beside city names of and vice Chiles is seeking reelectionto pilau. fuel. As a side benefit, --.-
hall September 7-8. This residential presidential: candidates. a second term in the U.S. The 6 p.m. time will allow however, highway deaths Pa Pol, Adv SEEBER GOODMAN I'I
allowed effluent from the Absentee Ballots Senate in the November 2 football fans to attend the decreased sharply For this
sewer distribution pipes to Absentee ballots for the 2nd General Election. Florida-Mississippi game.
surge to the surface and flow Primary, Tuesday, Sept. 28, Tickets are $10 with each
down the street in front of the may be obtained up until 5 additional guest ticket $2, and ,,,'
water plant toward Lawtey pxm. Monday, Sept. 27, and are available from Union Pre-Winter IIIlu
Elementary. County coordinator J.D.
may be returned to the I
Ralph E. Eng, chief Su >ervisor's office until polls Griffis, Sheriff Whitehead and

engineer the system,--told difficulty for-the council the water was that REGULAR Take Up To 2 Yrs. To Pay JJ,

compounded by poor soil ; Il.,,
percolation (ability of the Or 3O-6O-9O I Days ;.
effluent to seep into the soil), POTATOES a
and by force feeding of the Same As Cash IJr. .
effluent from the septic tankto 10 Lb. ,i'i isNI t:
7QO ,
the distribution box. ,
gravity Normally into effluent the distribution flows by Bag I V r. Pre-Season NOW ONLY S12 Per MonthLOWEST '191I .'I :t..

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POTATOES HlfllllljG.rALE PRICE .in I
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Ask 4 (i1 1/I,
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E.John.. I 3/$1 The Last Word In Comfort XOT,; ;e 00trade' ,'1173"I I

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LETTUCE ThermoiaireCentral = / \ flit r ;

About This Question: 111!
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insurance independent agent can 3 9 Head jai ''p; vffWHILE 11 ,.

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choose policies and 4.5.
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endorsements from Ii{ : Wall )'
MUSTARDS I
many companies to .".( y mi'.u...
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best fit his clients THE Mil
needs. lie is also free TURNIPS w' j i'Kt :
Furnace
to fight for his clients SUPPLY LASTS t;N
loss claims. Is "flr 'In
COLLARDS BTU HEATSUP lull
insurance from a local 65,000 -

independent agent Norman's Farm TO 6 ROOMS COME IN AND SEETHE llHI HIf
also competitive in m
for .... LATEST I IN "Kit
price equal II I J
Wall Thermostat Keeps even .' .
quality coverage?" Produce Market temperature Counter Flow Pulls (.{ /IH
unused heat oil.. ceiling, and spreads :.kit G E REFRIGERATORS I It'll.xw I .
Charley E. back evenly over the floors where .
617 N. Temple you need it. Economical to install Delivers crushed ice, ALL I
JOHNSAGENCY and economical to operate. Rear ,..
964-6O71 and Side, Vents at Small Extra Cost. cubes and cold waterl! t tIfs.
131: \ SO. WALNUT ST MODELSPRESEASON
PHONE: 9fi4-5O7O AionSafTo Jld'
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Family Plus $23900 STOCKAT bfPJ'KUt,
My Installation lu6)

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Beat The Cold Weather Rush SAVINGS tan lib

SupportersThank .. Buynow. ''I., '


We Have All Size Dearborn & e.ecurtNarno.r.erxroe.uo.-rxeean TRADE : 11

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For Your Vote Of ConfidenceAs Customer At Big Savings .==.. ....... I'n' AND '1 Iril U-f.: ;


Your New City Councilman I Pledge To Do My Best For We Have A Few Good Used Fr.. Dlivry tJCJ.I,


The City Of Starke And I Ask For Your Continued Support. Heaters Left and Installations: SAVE ""irnTO'1114.: 'Ii''

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Together. We Can Keep Starke A City To Be bit IJO*.;; r

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Wilbur L WatersPd Flo. Appliance np, ;
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THE. TOTAL AMOUNT NO Of PURCHASE PRIZE MONET NECESSARY, AVAILAILE FOR THE ..esta GET YOUR WINNER'S CIRCLE CARDS ONLY I W-D WHOLE BRAND USDA BONELESS CHOICE BEEF
13 WEEK PERIOD ENDING DECEMIER 11 1976:$224250 THERE
WILL IE 3,033 WINNING CARDS PER WEEK FOR A TOTAL OF 39.429 r \ II o AT WINN-DIXIE NO PURCHASE NECESSARY! I
WINNING CARDS DISTRIBUTED IN 45 STORES IN THE FOLLOWING 1--S\S SIRLOIN
COUNTIES (GEORGIA) GlYNN, WARE, ( )
NASSAU, :DUVAL. CLAY, ST JOHNS, ANDCAMDEN.ORD. COLUMBIA .e.e.e.eC1,,"E WATCH THE RACES EACH WEEK ON WTLV I
SUWANNEE, ALACHUA AND BAKER (SUBJECT TO ..T

RENEWAL I RUCTURE..39.429CHANCESTOWIN) st 19-Z5 CH. 12, SATURDAYS AT 6:30: P.M. STRIP

CASNAWARDS NUMBER OF WINNERS' ODDS VISIT ODDS TS
: THE WINNER CIRCLE"
/i OR 21,115 11N 200 1 100S "JOIN ,
/ 110 9,750 1 IN!iOO I IN 250
/IOaI 4.115 "N I I000 "NiOO" U, S. CFIOICEIWW
/ 390 I IIN12500! ,,tIN17501 j $119 SAVE
/ 000 110 39'I IN 175 OOQ IN 62iOO!
TOTAL 39.t29 I IIN12/ "tIN6T 60LB. C
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EMPLOYEES OF WINN-DIXIE STORES, INC JACKSONVILLE, FLA,
THEIR AGENCIES, IMMEDIATE FAMILIES AND PERSONS UNDER IB fcOUSE CUSTOM CUT AND WRAPPED $ 29
YEARS OF AGE, ARE INELIGIBLE TO PARTICIPATE. COFFEE PILLSBURY TO YOUR ORDER . LB 1WD

IN VENT VUE BAGS BRAND USDA CHOICE BEEF
U.S. No. 1 REGULAR SAVE47 1 Sirloin Tip RoastPOTATOES


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$139
BUS- 1 SAVE
$149 BAG
20 LB.
Limi* wJrfc $7.50i Limit I with $7.30" 60C LB.W.D .

IB. BRAND PORK SHOULDER WATER ADDEDBAG
SAVE 11
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,. SMOKED PICNIC

10-LB. BAG 89' MAYONNAISE'

RED DELICIOUS EASTERNAPPLES WHOLE C
"A 32-oz. 6Se 8
MAYONND 15E DEEP SOUTH
. JAR LB.

4 !I W-D BRAND 12 QUARTER POUND
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KRAFT.( BEEF PATTIES
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BAG I:'' Limit 1 of your choice with $7.50 or more purchase excluding cigarettes.

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5 LBS$1 r ; Y 1 ? i I a CANNED HAMS

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"I'KENLRATION, \'"..,1' PEACHESBARTLETT LB. 20C

OAIDINSWEET'r'BEANS' ''rte- 6 15-oK.PAK $13 APRICOTS PEARS

79C PEAS ((((: <'< CANS {: USDA GRADE "A" FRESH FRYER
PLUMS
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1 I 00 I REAL KILL ANT. & ROACH . . 122' _

114 .J :\\\ FITS STANDARD CAULKING GUN REG 65'C 119'j 1\\\\\\ k ::

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1' SUflNSCREENEDWATERPUMPPOWERFULSINGLESPEEDMOTOFI ESKIMOROOMCOOLER :3799 31 .1.3t

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; PRESTO 4 QUART CAPACITY REG. 16.99 ::::

: : :' PRESSURE COOKER . .#.PCC4. . 1488 :J:: -,J :::. : 'Ii
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:;: 1 SELF PROPELLED MOWER 10988 _ USU . ONE. . .4 9 r.t: :

: ;'! i._2 H.P BRIGGS & STRATTON MOTOR REG 109.97 .

::: & GAS LAWN EDGER . . . . 8897 i OTTLE-lIMIToNe,
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: : ? MELNOR-FULL OR PART CIRCLE-UP TO 75 FT -REG. 6.99 :t
: MOUrHWASH 1'9
:: 11'' J"" }:: PULSATING SPRINKLER . . 499 60lUMI . . ,,1.
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: /8 INCH x 50 FT REINFORCED WITH NYLON REG 8 99 NOXZONe

:: ; o REINFORCED LAWN HOSE 688 -SIi :: 8! /
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: : ::: ( 13 V2" GRASS SHEARS .E B.B. 266 GOLDEN rpg.; UMITTWO"t, \"

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( ::( ( I' C 30 QT ICE CHEST . . .REG. 2.39. 88 JT -
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::: WITH WHEELS-BAKED ENAMEL FIRE BOWL TAN # 73 REG s t 29

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: : PERFECT FOR PATIO, POOLSIDE OR BACKYARD-REG. 2.49 .
; : ::I 1:: :::::: WITH SLING
:: TIKI TORCH WITH 6' POLE . . 188 LADIES BACK/POLY/ COO L & COMFORTABLE

: ::::: :::: ) I ALL.PURPOSE HOUSEHOLD SPONGE THAT SOAKS UP THE WATER! TWIST SANDALS : 288
,! : :::::; LARGE BROWN SPONGE .R.E?: '. 28c 4SS0RTEDPATTE . . .
::: 299 : .. RNS.REG $799
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;::!t PLASTIC PET BED . . .REG. .7.88. 588 WALK SHO RTS 688 i
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::: : 4 PLANT STAND .R.E .1 .B.B. 1188 ;
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IDA TELEGRAPH September 23 1916

Bradford County Vote Returns From First primary

Local PupilTeacher 15A 158
138 14
131\
12
i i, t 2 3 8 9 1( 11

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Ratio $ Jack Armstron& 60 ,1 'Iq 11 17 4' 6 _.31. _3LZ _1- ,
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Acceptable ..... -- .... 'i' 4'/
? 1\ Anu'5 M. "R .." 1 .0 QO
o "8'" 37 106 79_ 49. '
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State Treasurer __
,, n I... 17' I "7 ''1'1 ..7 70R "Q"q Q7, _SS: :.._
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.DirectorSays &Anbyfl H. IoI A.n. '1" 49 4 27 53 29 66 76 7 1Commission"r
I RnnRlv..1t K. Jones 34 35 19 36 10 154 20 22 '8 2' 30'3 4

PSC ,., R"R n R7 70 ,..
1>-.11.. I 901'77 ... "." 7' 1/n
Final I enrollment figures year, an increase of 53 over 39 99 11' 114 52 H 25
tabulated in the last year. New teacher 1qI Katie Nichols '14 80 6 83 '46 67 133 118 148 '20 81 78 97 21

superintendent's office show Wrings,and reassignments to 1 ti u State Senator, 5th Dis 19 5" 3' 23 I
Y 1"6 70 78 761'21 62 73 113 152 84 8' 75. 8'
and from
the part-time positions
county's pupilteacherratio 20 35
.. .. 3 -b--
45
"' G'" H 77 ,3 38 .
56 30 3 36 59 2' 47 60 86
have resulted in a slight gainin ,
to be a bit higher than I I .:4-
qI Terry Putnal 21 11 18 9 17 11 2' ,6 28 9" -
last year, but still within actual number of teachers r Q '.7 ..n 15 .n
Skinner
Pete 8 66
3 4. 6
acceptable limits. used for tabulation purposes, 4 > 24 ?4 7 13 25 -L! _
Harold Walker 60 36 3 24 44 32 5' 34 41 38 3'
but not enough to lower the
The county's five House of Representatives,
ratio.
elementary schools, middle The Vo-Tech Center with District 25 ... .,. ,R 7' '.n .,n
1.7
school and school have Charles 8ml" Und"rhi 11 142 48 57 51 63 47 25 47 58 66
enrolled high students thismfJt approximately 800 day and Frank Willlam" 291 j75 148 165 312 164 214 259 367 229 192 .lI6 2'8 40 1/,5 '06 .7
3,938 .
evening students enrolled in .
Propeerty Arpra ser
.., ,. .,., "R 'RR R' on
training programs, is not used Jimmy Alvarez 315 123 114102188 158 74 '52 216 5n n "
: iJoam!rii; ; for this tabulation. Gene LonR ] 19 94 114 191 56 89 164 213 165 126 99 130 3' 78 71 22.
This year's countywide School Supt. '
:' : t ::; ratio of 25:1: is "comparable to Torn Casey 255 2'0 118 132 208 '03 225 '8R 12'15 ,... '7' '4" '48 30 '00 72 .',
:,.. what it's been the last few -4ti.' 'D"wev McKinnev 182 55 89 83 165 109 33 124 189 113 80 69 98 30 61 82 4;
:..:. '- -. '. .:,' : curriculum ti Co. Comm, Dist 1
,
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says
T J ;,-?'.;..; years director Charles Francis. .1 ,." .ne 76 7.. I, n 7R 11.1 ,n, ..'1 ".. o. 7' ,"" ,n ." r th1i, ,
'J' u Dave Shuford 278 169 106 15 219 87 116 72 22' 70 1 .8 60 -1M A' M n-+
'-\ ;. ."f. Francis explained that he 6! v S a no -q, 2 39 50 15 42 41 5 3J 5 3" ,J 3"4 31 -TI- 1
I''J. considers the .Co. Coae., Dist. 3
: personally ... o 77''
t. -::.: figure an acceptable one, but R.11...I" Bryan 90 82 64 481115 45 '28 100 96 76 40 r.r H. I.R
M ,... 11,9 HI. ''1 un 'It. "
(-:: 56 0 7 L17 5 157 6n
there actual
'i. that are no Tremendous Tater! Charles McKtnnev 100 33 41 33 86 50 5 62 103 79 54 39 47 7 J2 47 10
standards the has to
county .. I IJiIl.w1
Co. Con"" Dist. 5
follow. Carl Cone displays an unusually large sweet potato he and a Pal ulk 28' 39 147 75 277 1161 ,64 222 292 .,.,., ,5t. 59 "I" ,- 6 100 J.In.
Thursday, Sept. 23 neighbor L.C. Sapp unearthed in Cone's ..
recently Ba\les 63 75 83 51 51 2/ 31 50 2G'School 1
61 42 101 49 75 84 129 66
. . . . . "There are no accreditation Highway vegetable garden. The potato measures 17-inches from ; Board, Dist.4
Starke Council standards we have to follow on end to end, not including the "neck." and weighs an even 10- ,n., ... e1 701118 83 1116 94 ,23 '35 77 9' '0 510 61 1,0 I
Budget this at all," he said "The pounds. Cone says the potato will probably not be around much Vernon Parmenter 28 143 112 27 242 122 102 198 298 136 121 127 143 39 103 80 34JUGHBailedOueByCountyToTuneOf$75,000Cash
7p.m. county did talk about setting longer, he plans to hack it up and make one of his favorite dishes
some standards about four from it potato pie.

Friday Sept. 21 years ago, but these have

. . . . . . never been implemented."

Sock Hop The best pupil-teacher ratioin I IStart
After
the county, according to
Football (lameI0p.m.niidnight Francis' figures, is Bradford .... ... .,.

!( Middle School, with a teacherfor Union County receive Medicare and other add 2.616 to a tentative 6.942 building in Raiford and report and outlined the plans utilizing state property.
\\omen's Club every 23.5 pupils. Commissioners agreed insurance reimbursements. mills. Last year's millage was ,signed a lease agreement with for the upcoming year. A request for a right-of-way
This year the middle school September 9 to bail Union UGH built in 1972 and 9.94 but the lower millage this the U.S. Treasury Emphasis for next year will easement in Worthington
Saturday, St'pt. 25 oily has seventh and eighth General Hospital out of a closed in May 1974 because of year is expected to bring in Department for an antenna at be on a comprehensive land Springs by Mary. Elixson
. . . . . . heated discussionfrom
graders, the county's sixth- $75,000 temporary cash flow a small patient load, was more income because of an UGH. A request for road use plan, promotion of brought
Political Hallev graders having been shifted shortage, thus insuring that reopened in June 1976. The increase of value in Clay maintenance was approvedand practices to promote non- the commission that the
with back to the elementary hospital employees will get hospital currently has a Electric and Florida Power a request for two roads to water pollution, fire road had been countybuiltand
Sen. Lawton Chiles schools to relieve their paychecks on time next patient load of 12 to 16 persons and Light. be closed will be set for public prevention, advise people of maintained to prevent
\\ hiteheadIUinchSK237 overcrowding at the middle week. dally and recently handled 36 The commission tabled a hearing.The the Florida outdoor burning washout and was not a private
school. Enrollment at EMS: is UGH board chairman D.M. emergency calls on a request for $326 from tax exempt roll was law Improve service to the drive. Clerk Robert Driggers
Union County 724 down about 200 from last Hale told the board he had an weekend. Benloo representing Heal certified and the Lake Butler public in all activities, suggested doing whatever" is
6 p.m. year. $8,000 payroll to meet in two UGH spends $250,000 and Rehabilitative Services to Apparel Co. was removed cooperate with the necessary "to protect" the
Brooker Elementary School weeks and wasn't sure he annually in the county for help maintain the informationand from tax exempt status. Department of Offender interest of the county. The
:IMondd>'. Sept. 27 has the lowest ratio of the could do it without some extra payroll and local purchases. referral service toll free The commission heard the Rehabilitation to use inmatesfor commission decided to obtain
. . . . ,. from
affidavits county crews
elementary schools, with a money to tide him over. Amid a flurry of post- "hot-line" in the county. annual fire control report and fire control, compile a
11(' School Board teacher for every 24.6 pupils. He explained the cash pinchis election jokes concerning who Last year Alachua County county forester Chuck Weber landowners list and assist who have worked on the road
5 p.m. Brooker's enrollment is 148, just temporary, and that as would and who would not be provided funds for the entire presented the annual forestry other state agencies in in past years.
down eight students from last soon as the hospital has been there to attend to the county's 10 county area, but this --
Kaiford CouncilBudget >ear. The school, the county's open 90 days it will begin to business in November, the each county is being asked year to -
smallest, has six teachers. board was also presented with contribute its percentage
7 several other
p.m. Fifty-five teachers for 1,188 requests for share. Approximately 100-200
students Bradford Hus Fuss money. Union County residents use
:Men's Flag J FootballHeeling gives High Handy Wilson of the Union
School a 1-24.7: ratio That this service annually.The .
: (From (I'age I 11) County Ambulance Service
(Old .1r m try enrollment figure representsa hus stops they themselves! asked for $IOOJO to apply commission routinely
loss of about dozen
7tOp.m.Tuesday:: students from last a create a traltic hazard with toward matching funds for a authorized use of the Head 4
year'sfigure
VA
the additional traffic. new rescue unit. f
.
Sept 28 The told The unltfwin be
parents were that new rescue
. . . . . . 279 Lawtey students Elemt'ntarylith and 12 teachers, legally the board could do equipped according to state Four Earn

Election flay2nd has a ratio of 1258.: Exact nothing that evening becausethe regulations and will ,replace
Primary business had to be put on Rescue 50 which has' 60,000
figures were not available, but UF DegreesFour
Polls. Open" this is an increased the agenda and notification miles of use and will become
7107 enrollment from last year. given two weeks in advance. It functionally obsolete in area residents
was decided to advertise
andset January 1977.
received degrees from the
"I .H., K(' /oning Board The other out-county a public hearing October Wilson proposed to. make University of Florida during
7iO:: elementary school, Hampton, 18 to give lime for parents and the current Rescue 51 the summer graduation
also reports an increased hoard to research a solution to back-up unit when the new held August 28. exercises
M. Mark's: ChildCare enrollment: 163 students are the problem. The meeting in unit arrives. Rescue, calls
Centeropen attending this year, an the school board building isset have increased in 1976 with 340 Those receiving degreeswere
I louse increase of 17 from last year. s t for 5 p.m.ith the by September--only 10 short of Gary Louis Huggins,
7 p.ui. Hampton's pupil-teacher ratiois transportation issue set for the entire number fof 1675. Bachelor of Building
Public Incitedulljr 27.8. around 7 p m to allow parents After the lunch Construction; Velma A, Terry Pntnal! and his wife, Jan, prepare for Senate campaign.
time to get home from work. adjournment Commissioner Mitchell Bachelor of Sciencein
Community Highest ratios in the county The school board recognizeda Riherd made a motion which Journalism; Clydeen
were reported at Starke and
problem area of was seconded by Edmonds Petrella, Specialistin
& Bank
tutr Southside
Elementary communication between bus Commissioner demons to Education; William Lytle
Accounts Now Insured uo Schools. Starke with an drivers and administration on approve two mills for the Schultz, Bachelor of Sciencein TERRY PUTNAL ASKS YOU
enrollment of
737,
reports a what t the rules were to be in hospital, .316 for the rescue Environmental
To $40 000 1 pi>
I 1'29.1 1 ratio and Southside
inclement weather undremised unit and 300 for Engineering Sciences and
a ;
Federal' Deposit msi'' t.-c, <<' C ,'o with fiw!!! students, has 28.5 newidump;
( to look into that truck Susan Yvonne Scoggins, RECORDPUTNAL
students for every teacher. area: also. The additional ite 1is will Bachelor of Arts in Education. TO LOOK AT THE


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ifif Independent businessman andLists his occupation as State Re

** H d W Special farmer. presentative.

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if q. aq Will work directly with industrial Has individually sponsored only

Intraduclary: prospects to bring them into the one agriculture bill and let it die in

5th District with new jobs, pay. the Senate.


*4- FOOD STORES Offer rolls. Passed only one general bill-pro

Work to stop bureaucratic abuse of vided 510,000 relief for a motoristthe

; people by government ofwho hit a hog owned by the Fish

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Encourage the use of education Was the only vote in the House

dollars for students-in the class against a bill which would put prisoners -

? room. back to work
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: \y GASOLINE I qrs Help make the University ofHas worked for legislation favoring

Florida institution of excellence
o an Osteopaths. Chiropractors, and
Dill
I' : in all fields of endeavor. other special interests.

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Work to curtail the professional Accepted $6,350 in campaign con-

*, politicians-and the influence of tributions in the first primary from
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NO LEAD REGULAR PREMIUM ,.. special interest lobbyists who con special interests such as liquor and

trol them. beer lobbyists, utilities companies

** ** insurance companies, phos

Has refused campaign contribuphate companies.

tions from special interest lobby-

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53.9153.9153.9 *

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Will work to put criminals in

prison, and to put the prisonersback

to work to make the prison
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system self-supporting build

ing roads, growing their food .

if being productive and helping to

** Prices ** pay for their correction.

'1 *Jf Good Sat. and Sun. Sept. 25 Er 26th ** Paid Pol. Adv.

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ObituariesErnest I


SUPPLEMENTAL BRADFORD COUNTY BUDGETFOR
Bonawanclt graveside. DeWitt C. Jones
Funeral Home was in charged 4
arrangements. I
Ernest Bonawandt 81, of
YEAR ENDING SEPT. 30 1916 Starke died Sunday Sept. 19,
at his home on Highway 100 Walton Marke.'Y"
South. He was born In
Germany on April 25, 1895 Walton M. Markey 91, died
THE BOARD and moved to Starke from September 17 in Alachua ,
OF COUNTY COM- Brooklyn, N.Y. 21 years ago. General Hospital In .;.
MOTOR INSPECTION
VEHICLE : ,
He was a retired engineerwith Gainesville following an '
MISSIONERS OF BRADFORD COUNTY WILL Salaries . . . . . '. . . . . . . . . . 14,000.00 the motionpicture extended illness. '

Supplies &Expense . . . . . . . . . . . 8000.00 industry. A member of the First

HAVE A PUBLIC HEARING AT 10:00: A.M. Auto Allowance & Travel .. ,.. . . . . . . .. . . 86.00 P.Surviving Bonawandt are; his one wife son, Rose Karl Butler Baptist Mr.Church Markey in Lake wasretired .'
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H. Bonawandt of Dix Hill, from Dunn & : :

MONDAY OCTOBER 4 1976 FOR THIS QVIL DEFENSE: N.Y.; three grandchildrenand BradstreeL )
four '
Salaries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15960.00 greatgrandchildren.Memorilizatton was by Survivors include many I
nieces and nephews. Mr.
SUPPLEMENTAL BUDGET. Supplies &Expenses . . . . . . . . . . . 20781.00 cremation. DeWitt C. Jones Markey was the brother of the 1

Auto Allowance & Travel . . . . . . . . . .. . 750.00 Funeral Home was in charged late Mrs. Inez Riherd.
arrangements. Funeral services were held
ESTIMATE Of REVENUES AND RECEIPTS
September 19 in the First :
GENERAL SUPPLEMENTState MOSQUITO CONTROL(Break Down In Individual) . . . . . .43,116.69BRADFORD Elizabeth Smith Baptist Church with Rev. ; !

Grant To Library . . . . . . . . . .. . 5552.00 Melvin Owen officiating. : :

City Grant To Library . . . . . . . . . .. . 5040.00 COUNTY HOSPITAL Mrs. Elizabeth Smith 82, d Cemetery Interment followed with in Archer Dekle

Federal Reimbursement to Civil Defense . . . . . . . 11155.00 Contribution . . .'. . . . . . . . . . 138,454.00 Lawtey,died Monday Sept. 13, Funeral Home of Lake Butler

Federal Revenue Sharing . . . . . ." 190,232.00 following Born in a 1894 lengthy she was illness.the handling arrangements.

Insurance Agents License . . , , , , . . 400.00' MENTAL HEALTH: wife of the late Theordore

Motor Boat Registration . . . . . . . . . .. . . .640.00 Contribution . . . . . . . . . . . . 18153.00 Smith. Earlie ThorntonEarlie

Mobile Home License . . . . . . . . . . . 9,405.96. hcomptency. Hearings . . . . . . . . .. . 500.00 sisters Survivors Mrs.include Mamie: four Lou Thornton 54, died i

Alcoholic Beverage License . . . . . . . . .. . 2958.12' Davis, Mrs. Lucille Davis, September 20 in Union ..

Mosquito Control State 1. . . . . . ; . . . . 15000.00 TUBERCULAR CARE: Mrs. Irene Gathers and Mrs. General; Hospital following a i..\1

Mosquito Control State 2 . . . . . . . . . .. 2750.00 Medical . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . 360.00 Alice nieces Davis and nephews all of Lawtey; and; 27 20 brief!: Born illness.in Union County Mr. -t;

Contractors Registration . . . . . . . . . . 100.00 grand nieces and 37 grand Thornton lived in Raiford

State Revenue Sharing . . . . . . . . . .. 55164.00 WELFARE SERVICES: nephews.Funeral. services held most of his life.Survivors .include his
Tax Refund Pauper Burials . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1,125.00Medicine were
Homestead Exemption . . . . . . . . 1528424.. Sunday Sept. 19, at the St. widow Juanita Thornton six
& Doctor (Vendor Payments) . . . . . . . . 1,500.00STATE Church inLawtey Bertha
John Baptist daughters Mrs.
Occupational License .
. . . . . . . . . .. 8515.16 .
with the Rev. Willie Crawford of Glen St. Mary; ,
Tax Redemption . . . . . . . . . . . . . 725.95 Huffman officiating. Burial Mrs. Linda Ricketts of
& COUNTY WELFARE PROGRAMS
: followed at the Oak Ridge Jacksonville; Mrs. Evie
Clerk Circuit Court Medicaid Hospital . . . . . . . . . . . . 3482.64 Cemetery with Chestnut and Kitchen of Macclenny: ; Mrs
Receipts . . . . . . . . . ..30.526.08City
Grant Control Medicaid Nursing Home . . . . . . . . . 18,000.00RECREATION Haile Funeral Home in charged Elease Wyers of Valdosta
Mosquito . . . . . . . . . . 5000.00 arrangements. Ga.; Mrs. Alice Faye Lewis rfBushneU '

City Reimbursement Civil I Defense . . . . . . . . ? 2500.00 ; and Mrs. Earlene

Rent . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 1680.00 : Koon Wilson Stewart of Sycom Ga.; one
ZONING Contributions . . . . . . . . . . . . 16000.00 son, Joe Allen Thornton ofIGlliard
William P. (Koon) Wilson ; his mother, Mrs. :ji jiUssie l,
Unincorporated . . . . . . . . . . ..7.000.00BIncorporated 72 of Keystone Heights died Thornton of Raiford; I A }ii j

. . . . . . . . . . . . .. .7,132.60NOTOR LIBRARY: Sunday Sept. 19. after an three stepdaughters Mrs. :;
Contribution . . . . . . . . . . . . 22100.00 extended illness. lie was a Patricia Starling of
retired barber and a member Macclenny; Mrs. Billie Sweet *
VEHICLE INSPECTION d the Baptist Church. d South Carolina; and Mrs.

A-Unincorporated . . . . . . . . . . .. 18000.00 HISTORICAL! & BICENTENNIAL Born in Hastings on Aug 16 Debbie Sims of Ocala; one
. . Contribution . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10,000.00 1904 he was a 32nd degree stepson Dennis Drennon of
B-lncorporated . . . . . . . . . . 9000.00 Mason with the Melrose Raiford; two brothers Elmer
Lodge where he was a Past and Elzie Thornton of
Miscellaneous RevenueAUnincorporated AGRICULTURE & HOME ECONOMIST (Breakdown) . . . . . 21,979.00e Master. He was District Raiford; two sisters Mrs.
Instructor for the llth Lilhe Griffis of Macclenny:
. . . . . . . . . . . . 750.00 Masonic District and a Past and Mrs. Alma Ratliff ofMacclenny

B-lncorporated . . . . . . . . . . . . . 750.00 FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA: Patron of Waldo Chapter No. ; 27 grandchildrenand
Contribution . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 300.00 I:!), OES. one greatgrandchild.Funeral .
Surviving! are his wife services were held
TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS . . . . . . . . . ..787,104.33LESS Arcena Wilson, Keystone September 22 at New River r\\l'
5 PER CENT . . . . . SOIL CONSERVATION: Mrs. Congregational Church with
. . . . . . 39355.22 Heights; four daughters ,
7..7:7..9.11BALANCES : Contribution . . . . . . . . . . . . . .620.00 Betty Mays and Mrs. Carolyn Brother Johnny Yarbrough "
95PER CENT OF ESTIMATED RECEIPTS . . . . . . . Interment
Jacksonville officiating.
Smith both of ;
TO BE BROUGHT FORWARD: CASH . . . . . 152,174.96. Mrs. Jessie Whitaker. Virgin followed in Pine Grove
COMMUNITY SERVICES FORAGED . . . :. . . . . ..2.539.00lRANSFER Mrs. Linda with Archer
151 LIQUID INVESTMENTS (COST) Islands; and Cemetery
Ga. Funeral Home handling
1980 TRANSFERS . . . . . . . . . . . .. .36,845.14TOTAL Anderson Blackshear. ;
TO FINE & FORFEITURE FUND . . . . . . . 40000.00 two sons Leslie Wilson arrangements.
ESTIMATED RECEIPTS AND BALANCES . . ... . .. ..936,769.21ESTIMATED R>mpano Beach and Gerald
Wilson, Winter Park; and 19 Sf' ii
TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS . . . . . . . . . 924669.21 grandchildren. till afford ,
EXPENSES GENERAL FUND
heldat '
Funeral services were
Sean Allen Stafford four
RESERVE FOR CONTINGENCIES: 2 p.m. Wednesday Sept. 22.
died 16 in
old September
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS ., '' Ward and days
COMMISSIONERS' -u-- r' -. 'COUNTY (Not To Exceed . . . . . . : : . . 10,000.00 with Kev Leamon hands Teaching Hospital in '
. Packham
SALARIES COUNTY . . . . . . 34,135.00OTHER Rev. Merle
SHERIFF 10 Per Cent of Total Budget) . . . . . . . . ,600.00Other officiating Interment was in Gainesville.
PERSONAL SERVICES. . . . . . . .2,685.00.MATCHING Survivors include his
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1500.00 Keystone Heights Cemetery Mr. and Mrs. Ranch'
FUNDS . . . . . . . . . . . 11909.05 with Masonic rites at t thefpC'lDPcJilLYiShUS parents
UNEMPLOYMENT S HEALTH INSURANCE . . . . . . . 10,644.00 RESERVE FOR CASH BALANCE TO BE CARRIED FORWARD Stafford of Raiford.Rev.; and maternal Mrs

SUPPLIES S EXPENSES . . . . . . . . . . . 6268.68 LIQUID INVESTMENTS (Cost) Leonard grandparents.Melton of Raifordand
CONTRIBUTIONS. SUWANNEE VALLEY ASS . . . . . . . 500.00 TOTAL BUDGET (Should Equal Amounts Available for Budgeting Form CF- paternal grandparents.Mr .
. . . . . . . . Albert Stafford
415)) . . . . . . 936,769.21FINE .. and Mrs.
AUTO ALLOWANCE 8 TRAVEL . . . . . . . . . 2,669.52INSURANCE if Raiford.

& BONDS . . . . . . . . . . . 10000.00 DQ: Funeral services were held

SUBSCRIPTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . 2000.00 September 18 in Mt. Zion
BANANASPLIT with Rev. lluuh
ADVERTISING . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1.000.00ATTORNEY AND FORFEITURE SUPPLEMENTAL BUDGET Cemetery Walters officiating. Archer

FEES & DISCHARGES. . . . . . . . . . 5000.00 ESTIMATE OF REVENUES AND RECEIPTS Funeral Home of Lake I'ullcr
COMMUNICATION COSTS. .3,855.84 handled arrangements

MAINTENANCE OF EQUIPMENT . . . . . . . . . 6000.00 FINES AND BONDS

CONTRACTUAL SERVICES LAND USE HOUSING ft URBAN DEV . . 7523.00 A. INCORPORATED. . . . . . . . . . . . 18730.51 SALE C.II.Dei; re*it

NEW EQUIPMENT . . . . . . . . . . . . .4,728.34 UNINCORPORATED . . . . . . . . . . 57015.00 Charles H. Despress :34.

LAND . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3000.00 Jacksonville, died September

CIVIL FEES . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4866.50 ., '. 16.Survivors include his
CLERK: i widow Mrs. Bobby Jean

SALARY CLERK . . . . . . . . . . . 21130.00 MISC. RECEIPTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . -0- d'L Despress of Jacksonville Darlene ; and two

SALARY! CLERK ASSISTANTS.69,807.92: VIOLENT DEATHS . . . . . . . . . . . . 1404.00 daughters Denise Despress of

EXPENSES OTHER THAN SALARIES CLERK . . . . . . 27,462.08. Jacksonville; one son. Charles

EQUIPMENT, CLERK . . . . . . . . . . . 1000.00 TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS . . . . . . . . 186,828.45 Despress of Jacksonville: his
LESS PER CENT . . . . . . . .. . . . . . 9841.42 Mon. a Tuea Sept 20 a 21.1 of mother Jacksonville, Mrs. Nina, and Despress four

COUNTY ATTORNEY: 95 PER CENT ESTIMATED RECEIPTS . . . . . . . . 177487.03 69 !brothers: Larry Despress of
only
RETAINER FEE . . . . . . . t. . . . . .2,425.00TAX BALANCES TO BROUGHT FORWARD: CASH . . . .' . . .46,140.69 Jacksonville Ray Despress of Norman Raiford. and and
151 LIQUID INVESTMENTS (COST)
Rich Des press of Cross City.
Two Irish banana .ltceetopped
1980 TRANSFERS.40,000.00 Funeral services were held
ASSESSOR: with three mound. ol
SALARY. TAX ASSESSOR . . . . . . . . . 21130.00 TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS AND BALANCES . . . . . .263,627.72FINE Dairy Queen whipped cream September 20 in Memory with'
and Gardens Cemetery
SALARY. ASSISTANTS . . . . . . . . . . . 52710.00 chocolate pineapple. First etrawberiy come. Ural Father LaSage officiating

EXPENSES OTHER THAN SALARIES . . . . . . . . 12,400.00TAX AND FORFEITURE SUPPLEMENTAL BUDGET .. "'. Archer Funeral Home of

COLLECTOR: (DATES) Starke arrangements. handled

FEES & COMMISSIONS . . . . . . . . . . . 65000.00 CIRCUIT COURT
WITNESS AND JURY FEES . . . . . . . . .'. . 6112.44

CONTRIBUTIONS FIRE DEPARTMENTS TO:VARIOUS DEPARTMENTS . . . . . .-.?.760.70 OTHER COURT COSTS . . . . . . . . . 31152.22 Dairy 1..t F"ri"'i I

OF ELECTIONS: Queen died '1
SUPERVISOR L.C. Furtick. 69.
. . . . . . . . . . . 12816.00 STATE ATTORNEY September 16 in the Bradford
SALARY. SUPERVISOR .. ... .800.00AUTO SUPPLEMENT . . . .0, .i. .. . . . . . .. .. .4,312.38 Hospital.
ASSISTANT TO SUPERVISOR . . . . . . . County
SALARY. S.C.,
ALLOWANCE 8 TRAVEL . . . . . . .. . . 150.00 PUBLIC DEFENDER Mr.A native Furtick of Swansea had lived in
t "LST'S ALL GO TO Gainesville for 30 years. He
SUPPLEMENT . . . ,,<: .'t. . . . . . . . 2215.68 DAIR.Y QUEEN was a retired construction
ELECTIONS: member of
ELECTION SUPPLIES 8 EXPENSES . . . . . . . .. .. 13000.00 COUNTY JAILMAINTENANCE .- : worker Southside and Baptist a Church.
his
Survivors Include
. . . . . . . . . .. . 665.00 1401 N. Hwy 301 widow, Louise S. Furtick of

COURTHOUSE SALARY. CUSTODIANS AND ANNEXES. . :. . . . . . . . . .13,756.60 .j i 964.7478 Gainesville Mrs. Annette; two Kitchens daughters of j

OF COURTHOUSE ft GROUNDS . . .. . .4,000.00 MEDICAL EXAMINER OA.g. u.s. Pet. Off.. Am. O.O. Corp. Starke and Mrs. Marion
MATERIALS FOR UPKEEP INQUEST PHYSICIANS FEES . . . . . .. . . . . 1,023,00SHERIFF (Ic) Copyright 1975 Am. O.Q. Corp. of Earlton i
Arnold
,
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UTILITIES & FUEL . . . . . . . . . . .10,106.50OTHER
1 i
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ADMINISTRATIVE BUILDINGS . . 736.80 SHERIFF SALARY . . . . . . . . . . . . 20258.00 To I f,
. .
OF BUILDINGS GROUNDS . . I
MATERIALS FOR UPKEEP SALARY, ASSISTANTS . . . . . . . . . . . 99182.00 Would Like Take ThisOpportunity'

EXPENSES OTHER THAN SALARIES . . . . . . . . 78,142.00 To Th a tk All The

PUBLICITY INVESTIGATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . ..3,600.00EQUIPMENT \
. . . . . . . . . ." . .6500.00
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Chamber of Commerce fr* . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10965.00 Voters In Bradford County Who


VETERAN SERVICE S.rvic.OlfIC.r OFFICER: ., 3.600.00Supplies TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS . . . . . . . . . . 257627.72 Went To The Polls On ''i
Salary Veteran 00.00 RESERVE FOR CONTINGENCIES: j

and Expenses ...130.00! COUNTY Not to Exceed . . . . . . . . . . . 1000.00 September 7, And A Special "

Auto Allowance & Travel SHERIFF 10 Per Cent of Total Budget . . . . . . . . 5000.00 '
FORESTRY & FIRE CONTROL: 7'011-SI Other Thanks To Tjf Ones Who

Contribution RESERVE FOR CASH BALANCE TO BE CARRIED FORWARD ...
151- LIQUID INVESTMENTS (Cost) Voted For Me.

ZONING: TOTAL BUDGET (Should Equal Amount Available for Budgeting. Form CF T
25170.00
SALARIES ft.Expenses. . .:.: : : .7,841.31Auto 415)) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 263627.72 V. L. Starling
Supplies
All* nc. Travel .. . . . . . . . . . . .3,1 00.00 Itchg 9-23 Pd Pol Adv


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TELEGRAPH September 21.1978
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I Union Tigers To Host Chiefland




Friday." Night... ": In Conference Matchup

LAKE BUTLER-Union champions, Grensboro, in the halfbacks Kenny Foster and Union County's defensive
County High's Tigers and the season opener of two weeks Tony Whittle. secondary, which has picked
Indians of Chiefland High ago, then ran into trouble, 28- Quarterbacking chores are off three passes put up for
School renew their annual against Newberry High last shared by juniors Tommy grabs by opponents thus far,
Suwannee Conference football week. Usher and Mitch McElroy and has Glenn Kemp at monster i ;: .
clash here tomorrow night Union County's Tigers sophomore Shelton Crews. back, Alfred Holmes at free
(Friday Sept 24)). whipped Cross City 27-6 in the Several members of the safety, Randall Griffis and
Chiefland is winless throughthe season opener, then blasted Chiefland offensive unit shiftto Willis Jackson at the
first two outings of the P.K. Yonge 35.12 last week. positions on the Indians' 5-4 cornerback slots, and Cedric
current season while Union The Tigers walked away defense, which has been Warren and Dean Dukes at
Cbunty's Tigers, the state's from last year's clash with scored against 12 times thus the linebacker positions.The .
second ranked Class AA Chiefland's Indians with a 42-0 far this season. Tiger offense which has
squad, have overpowered victory, and while both teams Defense remains the accumulated 62 points
opposition in the two games to have demonstrated mainstay of the Tigers through the first two outings
date. comparable performances to through the two games to this season, has Fred u4. J tCo
Coach Doyle McCall's their showings of last season date, having held opponents to Oem mons at center, Dean
Chiefland gridders took a 52-0 thus far on the current a total of three touchdownsthus Dukes and Wayne Sapp at
hammering at the hands of the campaign Union County far, and turning the ball guards, Tony Roberts and
state's defending Class A Coach Charlie Roberts says he over to the offense with Joey Norman at tackles D Members Members Receive Armed Forces Medal
is not taking the Indians excellent field position on Holmes at split end and Johns
challenge lightly numerous occasions. and David Powell sharing Members of the Army National Guard are awarded the Joe Wilson. 5 years and WT. Luke 5 years. Third row: D.L.
Brooker Budget "They're a lot better" than Roberts does not plan to tight end duties. Armed Forces Reserve Medal for each ten years of honorableand Luke,4 years. J.E.Redding years K.L. Carlton. 5 years, P.R.
the record: shows Roberts change the front five Roberts lists his starting satisfactory: service; the Florida State Service Ribbon for Wheeler, 4 years. S.L. Rosier 5 years, and L.K. Goddall. 10
OKA says of his squads' Friday defensive line men for offensive backfield as Sam each five years; and the Army Reserve Component years. Fourth row: C.R. Wright. S years G.L. Leggett, 4 years.
Given Final night opponent. He termed the Friday's clash with Chiefland.The Jackson at fullback, Wilco Achievement for four years. C.L. Morris, 4 years. R.E. Sellers. 4 years R. A, llendrieth, 4
Chiefland squad "a capable Tiger front five has Warren and Steve Sirmones at years.C.W. Cruce,4 years H. W. Starling. 4 years V.D. Slices
$27,891 budget for the team that just hasn't put it all Dorreir Williams at middle halfbacks and senior Paul Members currently being awarded medals Include, first row. S years W.K. Thomas 4 years and J.ll. Eddy, 5 years. NOT
"
fiscal year 1976-77 was given togehter yet. guard. Bill Nettles and White at quarterback.Kick left to right: Otto Siemer. 25 years F.M. Stephens 20 years. PICTURED are: J.B. Griffis, 10 years. R.L. Dodd, 5 years. R.S.
6nal approval Tuesday, Sept. Chiefland runs from the Leandrew Alexander at off time for tomorrow F.L. Watterson, 20 years A.I. Covington, 20 years D.A. Griffis Wheeler, 4 years, J.M. Lane 4 years. R. E. Hodges, 4 years.
H by the Brooker council. straight T on offense, and tackles and Danny Johns and night's Union County- 13 years. C.L. Green 10 years and F.R. Norman, 10 years. L.R. Lester 4 years T.C. Wynn, 4 years, F.A.l\lagyazl.4 years
Up$4,200 from last year, the Roberts terms the" Indian Randy Dukes at defensive Chiefland contest is set for 8 Second row: R.M. Lee. 5 years D.L. Moore 5 years M.P. Larry Padgett, 5 years, Johnnie Powell, 4 years and B.E.
budget includes several new offense "aggressive with a ends. o'clock at Lake Butler. Williams. 5 years. E.V. Williams 5 years E.J. Lewis 5 years. Williams, 4 years.
items, such as zoninj and bring front line anchored by
building inspections which senior center Terrel Perwitzat

after were the begun enactment only recently of a Along 185 pounds.the front line Generator Repair To Cost $30,000
City Electricity
county ordinance requiring Chiefland has a pair of 180
buildings to comply with the pound guards in senior Bruce &/ -
Southern Standard Building Cannon and junior Paul Starke anticipated, was revised is being produced by the city'ssix November, when peak KW unit went out of service percent efficiency rate, while
bill
Codes. Brannon, and a host of backupmen The repair to newest put and upward last week, when the smaller generating units demands usually level off at At that time Florida Gas diesel fuel provides about 75
for the offensive guard power plant's unit backin extent of damage to the city's supplemented by a 3,500 KW 6.000 KW for the winter said the use of natural gas percent efficiency.
Dukes ReunionIs positions. largest generating condition 3,300 killowatt (KW) unit was tie-in with Florida Power & months. could continue for a period of A power failure shortly
Chief land tackles include operating now finally determined.Dees Light to meet the needs of city One factor in meeting thecity's some three weeks. However, before noon Thursday was due
September 26 190 pound senior Hubert appears if it will run as highas says all pistons are customers through the power needs this Dees said Mayor Charles to a turbo-charger failure on
Capps and big Ben Roberts a 30000. among the items to be remainder of the summer, summer, according to Dees, Schaefer has obtained the one of the units according to
245 pound junior Merrill Dees, city general the replaced in the city's largest according to Dees. has been the use of natural gas natural gas fuel source on an Dees, who added that city'
The 14th Annual Dukes The Indians passing game, utilities supervisor.bill says generating unit, which was Present peak power to fuel five of the seven emergency basis through crews worked late into the
reunion will be Sunday, like the running attack, has new repair estimate, some knocked out of service on demands are currently generating units currently in November 2. night to repair the faulty unit.
September 26 at the Lake failed to produce points thus $10,000 higher than originally August 10. Workmen have running around 8,000 KW, service. Dees had earlier explainedthat Does said that while he does
Butler Community Center in far but capable receivers been taking the unit down Dees says, adding that the Florida Gas Transmission the use of natural gas to not anticipate problems in
Lake Butler. include tight end Doug cylinder by cylinder since it peak demand earlier this Company allowed the local fuel!1 the generators improvedtheir meeting the power demandsof
Doyle Conner TUlman a 185 pound senior, went out of service to summer had been around power plant to begin using efficiency by about 20 city customers over the
Commissioner of Agriculture, and split ends Ernest Bowers County BudgetAn determine the extent of the 9,000 KW. He says power natural gas on an emergencybasis percent over the use of diesel next few weeks, he is looking
will be the guest speaker. and Lorenzo Scott. damage. consumption is expected to on August 11, just one fuel.! Operating on natural gas forward to cooler weather this
Guests are asked to arrivein Chiefland's running backs $1.85 million county Sufficient electrical power continue to drop through day after the city's large 3,300 the generators achieve a 95 fall.
time for the business include fullback Jimmy Jesk final
budget was given
at 11:30: a.m. a 180 pound sE'nior. and senior

meeting- - - -- - - - .. .. approvall\Ionday.the Bradford Sept.County 13, by Tiger; Defense Buckles Down As Offense Rolls Past Wave
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Commission.
"Within Your Means Now Peace Of Mind Always" The 1976-77 budget,
representihg a $150,000 "We kenw their running week included linebakcer defensive middle guard, who
A HELPING HAND increase from last year's $1.5 backs were big and strong it Cedric Warren's interceptionwhich led the team in tackles with
million, was adopted with no was just a matter of buckling set up the Tigers' third nne, and added four assists.
discussion. Final budget down on defense," Union touchdown before the halftime Coach Roberts, who
W. are qualified in helping a family to clear revisions were completed County High head football intermission. dieitates to hand out
up many matters in which most families don'tknow August 11. Coach Charlie Roberts said Warren, an experienced individual honors stressing
about. The vote was 40. following the 35-12 victory his players with two varsity team efforts said monster
1.We take the surviving spouse to Social Commissioner Hazel Paulk Tiger charges earned over letters to his credit, possessesthat back Glen Kemp safety
had been forced to leave the P.K. Yonge's Blue Wave last "extra sense to know Alfred Holmes and Warren
Security Office. meeting early due to family Friday in Lake Butler. where the ball is going" and and Alexander did a "real
2. We apply for the Veteran's benefits for the I illness. However aside from has the speed to cover the wad job" in containing the
widow, pension flag, grave marker, etc. I Millage is set at 4.766, down scattered well executed plays, passing( attack well, and at 175 Wave offensive unit during the
3.We help families with Insurance forms, I from last year's 4.838. Due to Roberts ays the defense did pnunnds has the strength to second half.Roberts .
which have to be typed and notarized. : an increase in county property o Tk rot play up to its capabilities tackle well according to said he was pleased
values the county will be ableto bS. during the first half of lastweek's Roberts with the Tigers offensive
These are lust a few of the added services collect $626,000 in taxes last ,
Suwannee Conferencedash. "We really played good showing Friday, saying
which we are glad to provide in helping a familyin while still lowering the defense in the second half." "the entire offense did a fine
any way we can. millage. While the defense came upwith Roberts said aluding to the jib."
Largest portion of the the 'big plays' on several second half shut out and the lie praised the efforts of
budget, the General Fund, occasions during first half three PKY turnovers forced offensive linemen Tony
Archer Funeral Home : totals $1.1 million. The Road action including but not by the Tiger defense.! Roberts, Bernard Williams,
and Bridge budget is set at limited to the quarterbacksack Leandrew Alexander, a 210 Fred Clemmons, and Wayne
DOYLE M. ARCHER. L.F.D $522,653. The most continually by Dean Dukes and pound junior defensive tackle, Sapp and said the offensive
nettlesome item all throughthe i-i Randy Dukes which resulted came up with the ball on line was in control all night.
budget hearings, the Fine h a PKY turnover setting up I'KY's' first turnover of the "If we had done as well on
"Our Goal Is To Be Worthy Of Your Confidence" and Forfeiture Fund, was set 'wl the Tigers second score, it second half, a fumble at the defense, they would have
at $278,573 after the transfer allowed a pair of Wave Tiger eight-yard line. never scored on us" Roberts
964-5757 301 S. Starke, Fla., : from reserve funds of 110000. touchdowns. said of the Tiger's offensive

The Health Department Following last Friday's Eddie Smith, a senior who l front line.Roberts.
budget is $40,056. contest Roberts said Dean had not played varsity football says his starting
- - - - ------.... : Dukes a 163 pound junior, had until this season came up senior signal caller,
i'S' /kc played "his best game todate. with a big interception from jjarterback Paul White is
BRADFORD : ." tis cornerback slot in the late still not back to full speed,
C0 Randy Dukes recovered going which turned the ball following a pre-season
1 another PKY fumble later, in wer to the offense at the Wave practice injury, but played
rrtrirapb w getting up the Tigers fourth 19 yard line. While the well in engineering the Tigers'five
quarter score. Dukes came upwith offensive unit failed to touchdown drives of the
&& *?!> '#w&L. &sMy&tPKY the ball at the Wave 44 capitalize on the scoring cening.
yard linea dn eight plays opportunity, Smith won the Of his speciality squads
titer Steve Sirmones made! a praise of the Tiger head Roberts says the punting
FVLLBACK Carlton Leath Is dropped after a short gain me-yard TD plunge. mentor following the contest. game is looking "real good."
Additional big defensive Roberts also praised the with Danny Johns booming
by Glen Kemp (7)) and Danny Johns. plays of the opening half last efforts of Darrel Williams long ones, and the punt
coverage getting down field
And The STEAK MANfill -- ( ickly.
However Roberts says the
1 kick off squad was to have

r ? LPLTLTELL( [! FEllGLII;(!(! (! 1,001 Items For Home or OfficeAnd dine past some week.extra"We've work been this

+'Ur giving our opponents the ball

r Got Together To Sell Some SALE
We "We're trying to eliminate
our mistakes with our gaol
Can Order OFFICE being to improve from week to
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week Roberts
STEAK '

1 10,000 FURNITURE Primitive Park


More And r t Open Oct. 1AtGoldllcucI


SANDWICHES>A di Have Them (

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r In Your A primitive camping area is
scheduled to open October 1,

This Past Friday They Ran A One Day Sale That j97 I/It I I I I I I ] Home or at Branch Mike State Roess Park Gold, located Head

near Keystone Heights.
Lasted 13 Hours Office In 3 Days Ney Landrum, director of

the Division of Recreation and
Here's The Results Parks of the Department of
Natural Resources said
opening of the camping site
802 Steaks Sold will provide the public with an
opportunity to camp in a
"au natural area without the
17/ electricity and modern restrooms
250 lbs Of Meat 100 Lbs. Of Lettuce with hot showers of

l today's conventional
90 Lbs. Of TomatoesAnd : campground.

Hundreds Of Cokes French Fries, Onions Rings And "Since the new primitivearea
0' Is limited to 12 persons at
Shakes Sold i any given time, they will also
For Fast ServiceP0a119645764 added.experience privacy," he

;. I The Crowd Was Big And The Lines Long. '- To reach the new campsite
'
t : So If You Had To Wait We are Sorry. : / -- users follow a and trail near the
picnic area continue atallmile
through hammocksof

: 1 Let Us Prove To You That Our Advertising The stands mixed of lob-lolly hardwoods pine. and The

: Office Shop primitive area overlooks Lake

Gets Results Johnson. Campers also have
4
the use of service' roads

4 Now Located At 110 W. Call leading through the park.:

Ca1l964-6305 Because of periodic fires
Today both from nature and
i Starke, Fla .
:' controlled burning by park
-- I personnel. Gold Head Is an
ideal park t" rve wildlife.Pacel2A .


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Tornadoes Outmuscle Buchholz ;' :






i'l tLa r"i In Tough District Grid Battle l i



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'' Outmuscling Buchholz 28- threw to end Robert Gould in series. Clark punted 45 yards, the play started. Gainey got Tornado 33. L '

20, the Big Red machine rolledto the endzone, but Bradford'sErie a wobbly boot which took a four yards at left end from Big Red Down 7-0 I .1..
Biggs was there to roll to the Buchholz 35 the 40 before Keith Carter '
d9i its second win of the season good Tornado linebacker Lee i '
i i'j i'jill + Friday night at Florida Fieldin intercept and end the second The Bobcats did not attempt a stopped him. QB Lombardozzi Casey came up to stop Gainey ,
Bobcat threat. return came on to throw nine yards to 'f't
1 1n Gainesville before a large for no gain on first down on the
lr+ vti crowd for a high school Taking over at their 20 the On first down the Tornado end Robert Gould in front of option pitchout' Next play .

football game. Tornadoes netted just three defense was penalized five Bradford monster man Gainey got the pitchout ,',
Upping their 1976 record to yards in two plays, and were yards for penetrating the Charlie Revel, to the Tornado around the other end. Gainey I
2-0 the Bradford High penalized again for holding, neural zone, as wide as the 47 A second pass up the tut a pileup at the line of 'j
i gridders also won the first of stalling their second offensive length of the football before middle netted 14 yards to the scrimmage, somehow got ,

three crucial) district play-off through Broke two tackles, ., .
games required to win a berthin and simply ran over the last
post-season play-offs. C Tornado on his way to a 33- "
Getting stronger as the U yard touchdown run Dale ,
game progressed the Big Red McGlynn added the point I{i.
machine started slowly. It after Buchholz led 7-0 at 1117: !I.t'j
4St allowed Buchholz to dominatethe milg in the second period l.t
first period of play after pl1 McGlynn kicked off into the t U
the Bobcats returned the endzone and Bradford started ;
opening kick-off to the from its 20 A 15 yard holding j I i
Buchholz 46 to gain favorablefield penalty pushed the Tornadoes ,',
position.. The Tornadoesdid I out to their 35. Then came the :
not begin to come alive initial Tornado first down of '
St until Buchholz drove 65 yards the game by the Big Red '. '
for the first score of the game offense ,
m the second play of the Section Two B September 23, 1978fi QB Jimmy Prevatt kept for
second period 01lm U0 three yards, running back 4 i

Stung, the Tornadoes came fi Andrew Carter got three tiV j;\
right back with a determined (See Page 21 1 jh
80 yard TO drive but went Into -
the mid-game intermission :

,1 ;!.!'fk' ., 1' i1 dpYK' "' w.' y r, 1 f 4, c; tp't behind 67.Buchholz. High went ahead White Paces To t

J" y 'e tfk MI i dhr,,, e o 14-6 early'in the third period Tigers
J1jr 'r, ,I + N 4 '., after recovering a Tornado
tumble on the Bradford 23. >
The Tornadoes again reached,,

this touchdown time drive with and a 73-yard a two- ;35-12 Win OverPKYLAKE :


...t,...._ ___ ,f_ point conversion to tie the I
game 1414.BradCord. ':'BUTLER- first down which
Bradford's Erie Biggs end the first Buchholi scoring threat with this timely Interception In the High went ahead Union attempt on loss.
resulted in a two yard
outclassed P.K
the ball before It reached the of Bobcat end Robert Gould. County High
ornado'end zone, taking Just fingers 22-14 as the third period Sirmones hud circled clear
,,Biggs Intercepted two passes, covered the run superbly, and for his excellent defensive play was ended using a 45 yard TD Yonge night In 35-12 notching here last its second Friday oil of the Tiger backfield on '
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defensive back of the week.
Bradford
named High drive after Erie Biggs
and
victory in as many outings the fourth down TD was ,
intercepted a Buchholz pass for the still young 1976 standing some three yards i
on the Tornado 45. Buchholz season. deep in the end zone when :
came back with a 63 yard TD Senior ,quarterback Paul White' pass found its mark. 'f
drive scoring at 7:43: in the sidelined with Jackson's extra point "
White, an
Jefferson Co. Tigers To fourth period but injured ankle for the Union attempt was wide to the left 4 ,
quarterback Pete Lang was Tigers 27-6 season opener old! the Tigers settled for a ,1 s ( I .
ruled inches short of the goal victory rover Cross City, 21-lead with I:45; remaining ,. 'i i il
line in an attempted two point made his! return to the Tiger in the first half. Jackson had <
conversion. It left Bradford a perfect five for five extra
starting ,line-up by runmng
High ahead 22-20 with time point conversion record up to t
and
for one score connecting
.i,, Tornadoes
Challenge running out, a big play for the with receivers for two more that point

Tornadoes touchdowns in pacing Union

... The Tigers of Jefferson -Nelson- 160, 5-t0, is a senior Buchholz game Prevatt did Big Buchholz Red machine couldn't as stop it drove the win County over'PKY's to the Friday Blue Wave night UCMS PKV
County (Monticello) will be in who runs with authority not practice Monday but was 66 yards for a fourth 12 F''"t Downs 10 i'
After spotting PKY to an >u uining' corm 120iiniv !
fown to take on the Tornado Nelson is hard to bring down. back in pads Tuesday and is touchdown and ate up the six lead the 76 ea, .rat no
footballers at 8 p.m. at the Defensively, the Tigers runa expected to be ready clock at the same time. early roared point back with 10.4.I e4.PC.PI I Jl.'.1 ,
Bradford High stadium. split-40 with four down men tomorrow night. Quarterback Jimmy Prevail Tigers 2.M untl 412
,<*3 Tomorrow night was to have two ends and two tackles with The Tornadoes, Coach muscled his way three yards, and three first never half touchdowns headed by 4 PtraltlM umblvtLAil" 44S I4M S
were
been date for the four linebackers stacked Horse says, have been
an open simply refusing to go down on the Wave during the 4 J JJ
Tornadoes but Monticello will behind them March King working on their passing
a crucial first down play at the remainder of the contest PKY's Blue Wave
become the 10th of the both at tackle and game this week. Even though
game goes ways Bobcat 27 to keep the drive The Wave got on the shortened the Tiger lead to
1976! season to be scheduled. is joined on defense by his BUS has not passed that muchin alive after the Tornadoes had Scoreboard first when senior 20-12 before the half time
Plans for Friday's game were brother, Greg King a 220510 the first two games Coach been pushed back to their own fullback,Carlton Leath took intermission when Adamson
finalized last Wednesday junior Malloy goes two ways Hurse thinks this team can 47 by a holding penalty a pitch out from PKY passed 21 yards from the .1
morning too late for iliaTelegraph's at end and Mills, the fullback, have an excellent passing It looked as if the drive had quarterback; Bob Adamson Tiger 24 to Leath who in "
press time last is a linebacker on defense. attack and has been honing been stalled and Buchholz down the right sideline 16 turn lateralled to running
' i\veck The defense has good size that weapon."A would have time to mount
back Frank Nattiel for the
..Athlet tif..Jllreclpr David too .down linemen- weighing' good passing attack another-offensive series,.with yards ff* the score. Leath's fj EXTRA POINTS! Senior split end Alfred Holmes wins foot t ;.
59'yard three yard sprint
had tried and The makes the so 16 yaril t prr ( c apped a remaining race to the goal lineogauwt a pair of PKY d>f.tvBt>ri for a tw.'t'.4
Hurse everywhere 205, 210 220 185. running game the Tornadoes facing a first drive on 10 into the end zone .
he?knew to schedule a IOth linebackers weigh 165, 175 much more successful," the down from their own 47 with 29 storing and came with The AdamsonLeathNattiel pilot conversionturnover .
gume this season but had no 1BU, and 170. veteran coach points out yards to go for another first at running over plays seven minutes scoring combination This time big Tigers had the ball back via M
luck Then last week Starke Inside linebacker Robert Tornado starters are just tackle Leandrew their 45Sirmones ;
the Buchholz 27. remaining in the first came with jusf 24 seconds defensive the punt, at nun\
.4 resident Townsend Strickland Alexander is the main man on expected to be the same as in A halfback pass from remaining in the first half Alexander, a 210 pound moved the ball '.
. was in Monticello andWfoticed' defense for the Tigers say the first two games: Andrew Carter to wideout quarter PKY's extra point attemptwas and capped a scoring drive junior, came up with the down to the Wave 32 on a 23 I
t the Tiger football schedule BIIS scouts. Alexander is Offense tight end Steve Allen Norman netted 13 yards slapped down by Tiger of 83 yards 69 of which came fumble. yard sprint around right end. ,'
i also had a Sept. 24 open date. (quick aggressive, and "likes Earnest split end Allan to the Buchholz 40. After interior linemen, and the on pass plays. White moved the Tigers and a personal foul against
k 1 Strickland passed that to take your head off" His Norman, tackles Lawrence missing Aycox with a pass on teams went into kickoff PKY threatened to score out to their own 40 before the FRY advanced the ball to
information on to Coach mate at inside linebacker is Budget and Bobby Smith second down QB Prevail kept formations with the Wave again midway through the drive stalled and Danny the 17 From the 17. fullback t
i Ikirse and negotiations were the tough fullback Mills, whois guards Wiascel limes and the ball on the option left and holding a momentary 6-0 Uurd period when Adamson Johns came on to do thepunting Jackson took a pitch out
un also quick and aggressive. Issac Cummings quarterback scrambled VO yards to the 30 lead engineered a 61 yard drive to booming one downto nght in for the score with 1Jiztt I
Friduv's game will renew a "We'll start slow like we Jimmy Prevatt, fullback yard line.Facing. Then White went to work the Tiger eight yard line the Wave 25, where it 12 seconds remaining in' I
| football rivalry of years ago did against Buchholz" Coach Jimmy Clark, and running a fourth and three engineering a 71 yard The Wave had a first down rolled dead as Kemp kept an the third quarter. ';
\j when Starke and Monticellof David Hurse says of his back Andrew Carter and against a big Buchholz drive on eight and goal from the Union eye on would-be PKYreturners Jackson then prepared to
scoring
f played regularly. The Tigers Tornadoes. Hurse says he's center Jeff Jockel defense Prevail kept on the and two passing County eight when the Tiger add the extra point but never
.. have recently been a power in warned his players not to Defense- ends Jay Godwin option right, was hit at line of plays running, one good for 32 yards defense again forced a Four plays later the t ISPP I'.I UP 21/
: Class 2A football, winning two think Monticello is a and Keith Carter tackles scrimmage, and again a yard in just over four minutes. :
state championships, but now pushover, but doesn't know ifhe's !AL Irty Russell and Roland downfield but the gutty little Glenn Kemp was on the
BHS Down PKY
are a small 3A school.. gotten through. Cummings, middleguard quarterback proved tough receiving end of bite's' pass Volleyballers ,
The Tigers are 0-2 to date The Tornadoes are healthy Kenneth Cruger linebackers enough for the Bobcat defenseas from mid-leld, which netted I
this season. They lost 13.6 to aside from a few bruises after lx-e Casey and Jimmy Clark, he kept his feet and got the the Tigers 32 yards and :
the FAMU Rattlers of the hard hitting Buchholz monster Charlie Revel, badly needed first down at the along with a 17 yard sprint Meet Newberry TonightBradford
.r Tallahassee in their opener. game Quarterback Jimmy cornerbuck Erie Biggs and around left end by running
, Last week Perry shut them Prevatt injured his other leg safeties Franklin Bell and 27The Tornadoes wnet on to buck Steve Sirmones set up High's varsity three set match on scores of opener; win as 'good overall" '
out 19-0. the left one, slightly in the Kenny Ajcox score before handing the ball White' one yard plunge for girl's volleyball team returns 15-8 and 1512. but indicated that the I
Against Perry. Jefferson over to Buchholz with only the initial Tiger score. to home court action at 7 BHS volleyball Coach Inez Tornadoes still have work to '
High ran from tight slot-I all BHS JV Squad Hosts 1:43: on the clock Safety White crashed over right o'clock tonight (Thursday Harvey said, following the du on a couple of weak spots.
night The Tigers tried to blow Kenny Aycox intercepted a tackle with just over three Sept 23), hosting Newberry, Tuesday night victory she "We re still weak on serves
the ball down Perry's throat Pete Lang pass and returnedit minutes remaining on the High's Panthers. expects a strong challengefrom and our spikes and could l' '
The Tiger offensive[( line has Here Tonight 33 yards to the Buchholz 35 first quarter clock to even up Tornado volleyballersopened the Newberry squad in improve on maneuvering but
good size and is strong Dragons. ,; with 39 seconds remaining to the score before Sam the 1976 season here tonight's match. we did a good job overall for
reading across 205 210 185 put the game on Ice. Jackson added the extra Tuesday night downing P K. Coach Harvey termed her ur first match." the Tornado
IIII.! ) 190 and 181. Bradford County High's Crews at strong tackle Alton PlayByPlayBuchholz {point to put the Tigers out in Vonge's Blue Wave in a best of squad's showing in the season wlleybull mentor said.
Against Perry the Tigers junior varsity gridders kick Moore and Robbie Pierce received the front by one, 76. In the first game of
got good yardage off[( tackle. iff their 1976 football alternating at weak side opening kickoff returning to Senior tight end David ... e''' ''''.'...' .. .. ,.t, Tuesdays match BUS jumped
Pulling guard Paul campaign here tonight guard and Isiah Jenkins and its 46. Immediately the Powell was on the receiving 4 out to a commanding lead
Snrlgro\e. 51and\ 190 is (Thursday Sept. 23)) hosting Al Chapman alternating at Bobcats moved getting big end of a 34 yard touchdown early on the powerful serves
tubbed the top Monticello the JV Dragons from the strong guard. yardage out of the pitchout off puss from White midway ) if junior Betty Hudson Miss
offensive(( lineman. He is Florida School for the Deaf of "We've got excellent speedin the veer option play with through the second quarter, J'J'I' .'-. liidson serving up the ball
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quick aggressive. St. Augustine at 7 o'clock our runmng backs Coach speedy Don Gainey carrying. Powell made a beeline for ,' J Left tackle March King. 210 Cox points out and "a real Gainey had a 20 yard run on the end zone on the I. .1". ,.. ,I.q' (" ;.",',l".r'''" punch, quickly posted seven
5-10 is termed a fireplug by Originally set the Tornado good front line:'All starting the opening seires on the was well out in front oPPK1' 1, j ; t. points for the Tornado squad
lillS scouts. JV squad was to have traveledto offensive players are pitchout before Kenny Aycox defenders near the goal line 1 : "< i Debbie Gomes added a pair
King is a hard hitter who Live Oak tonight for their sophomores. and Franklin Bell pushed him when he hauled in W'hite'sheave .., v,' \1 u ,i of points and then Ester
gets off the bull quick and season opener but a Many of the Tornado JV out of bounds at the Tornado Jackson extra point ': : \ .,'( ;:\ Robinson served for the final

cornei after >ou Tight end scheduling mistake forced the gridders fill dual roles 34 The BUS defense dug in, conversion attempt was .' 'l'' 'J ,',' ,. ":" ',": ,'J; ax points as BHS took the
Harold Mallov.. 65. 205. is a change Live Oak was playing both offense and then Aycox stopped Gameyon good as the Tigers pulled out ",' ';-L. '.'..'"...' ''I opening! game 13; -8PKV .
lug. strong senior and good expecting the Tornadoes last defense Cox says his roster the pitchout after six yards to a 14-6 lead. '" '.: : ": ;,.. "s Wave took an early 4-
Mocker Thursday, rather than numbers 42 players, with Keith Carter stopped fullback Tiger defense set up the 'f," '.:"'n,' 0 lead in the second game
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Quarterback Keith tonight. second teams for both the Pete Petersen for no gain at White to Powell touchdown ". before Coach Harvey's squad
Kuddenberry a 60 and 160 The schedule mix-up looked tffense and defense and he left end, then Carter stopped I pass, giving the ball to the ';,; ';, rallied to tie the contest at bffon ,
pound sophomore did not as though it was going to endin plans to use all his JV charges Gainey short of the four yards offensive unit on the ,: :".'.1",1, three point serving efforts
impress BUS scouts in the a sour note earlier this tonight should the starters needed for a first at the BHS, play by forcing ')f ;,x,,, from Carolyn Gomes and
Perry game, but they say he week as JV head Coach begin showing signs of fatigue 24 !(lie preceding turnover. Junior r Mrs < Y. Cassandra Johnson.
could mature week by week Freddy Cox phoned some 40 in the opener Big fullback Bobby Loehr defensive end Randy Dukes ...r r ;: t Then BHS moved out to a
Fullback Williams Mills schools looking for a On defense the Tornado JV was met on the line on fourth and senior linebacker Dean } \1'' ., \ slim lead on three more
175,6-0). is a good blocker The substitute opener opponent team follows the lead of the down with half a yard to go, Dukes sacked Wave i '. ;,'. ,. i ..r.V .J' serving points from Miss
senior back runs strong up the: "Our boys were pretty BHS varsity again with the failing to dent the Tornado quarterback Adamson with '.'. ,: ''f." i Hobinson and a single point on
middle and stays low. upset." Cox confessed before '50' defense. Marcus Crews front wall of middleguard a jarring tackle and Dean '.', .. .,. ? t the serve of Dana Dyal
!Running back Ronnie he informed them of the clash and Valmski fill the defensive Kenneth Cruger and tackles Dukes came up with the ''t.... However, PKY's Wave
':.. with the Dragons here tonight tackle slots Bernard Johnsonis Marty Russell and Roland resulting fumble. w rolled up four quick points to
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Cox said schedule conflicts the nose guard and Mosley Cummings Less than three minutes tie the contest again at 10-10
and the fact that a lot of teams and the lone starting A holding penalty pushed later the Tiger defense again The deadlock was broken by '
IllISTicketsStill wanted to take await and see' freshman Danny Hildebran Bid Red halfway back to the forced a Wave turnover A Miss Hudson, who picked up < //i
!stance before taking on the fill out the front line starters goal to the IS and QB Prevail resulting In another Union iiiiiS four points for the BHS squadvia
Available Tornado JV team, which has at defensive ends mishandled the snap stalling County score. This time : her roundhouse serve. ,
never had a losing season The JV defensive secondary the first Tornado offensives senior linebacker Cedric After the Wave picked up a
made the identification of a for tonight's season opener ries' Jimmy Clark punted 42 Warren intercepted an Ii! -... pair of points Debbie Gomes
All tickets in the reserved replacement for the season has Jenkins and Moore[ at the yards to the Buchholz 42where Adamson near midfield .f.i served up thnuinning point
v I seat section for Bradford High linebacker pass r br the Torivrabes and the
slots Dwayne ,
rpener a difficult one. Erie Biggs first man and returned the ball to the r << '
[School home football games Coach Cox announces his Cummings and Donald down Loehr as he he game closed on a IS-12 final r
tripped up .'K\ 14 yard line before sua7 ,
until .f?
( are being saved starting line-up for tonight's Reddish at cornerbacks attempted: to return the punt. was forced out of bounds .11, score.
I September :23 today( ) at noon dash with the St Augustine- Henry Pete at monster back Buchholz got one first down Warren's interception and .. Coach Harvey praised the

ifor those persons who had based Dragons on offense as: and Marvin Tyson at free ono 16 yard pass, QB Land to :36 yard return set up a 16 serving of Miss Hudson and
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[them last year the school Dinky Kilby and Doug safety. split end Derek Hill then yard touchdown pass from Debbie Gomes following the
[reports. Reddish alternating at the Kick off time for tonight's another at the Bradford 20 on White to Sirmones with just match, terming the duo's
quarterback position, Richard game at Bradford Field is set an 11 yard run by Lang on the under three minutes showing from the base line
In addition there are quite a Milner as the pro man in the for 7 o'clock with the gates quarterback keeper which remaining In the first half. "OUtatand Ing."
I'few seats left for persons veer attack DwayneCummmgs opening shortly after six, for fooled the Big Red defense White connected with The Tornado coach singledout
I buying season tickets for the and Marvin Tysonat those wishing to watch the MIS' Keith Carter making the Sirmones on a fourth and 12 Miss Dyal and Miss ,
Urst time. Cost is$12.50 for theJive running back slots Mike teams go through pregamewarm stop, after coming across the situation, following two Johnson for setting up several
BUS home games, and Mae at center, Mark Mosleyat ups. Admission to the field. unsuccessful passing scoring spikes. Coach Harveyalso
llckels may be purchased at split end Donald Reddishat JV games this season is set at Passing quarterback Steve attempts and a running Ester Robinson (t1S/ iplke one for a BUS score In Tuesday' praised Miss Johnson's ill
(tie high school's finance tight end, John Valmski at 75! cents for students and !11.25 Lambardozzi came In for season opener against PJC.,Younge's Blue Wave powerful spikes from the front
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racing retuns to the Carver came back to take
t Lake City Speedway this third place in the Hobby 1
-.- __ a aCI pvX Saturday night on the heels of feature race behind Ernie
F last weekend's accident Howey and closing fast on
riddled racing bill. Jimmy Balkcom in second

: { dJh. First heat of the place. Only 18 cars, of the
Hobby Division topped last original field of 22, made the

weekend's list of Hobby feature.

when the race was finally

black flagged (stopped) after Rance Phillips edged by
30 minutes of spins and Dicky Ferry to take a
restarts without a completelap checkered flag in the late t
around the oval. model feature race, with
Starke race driver Goober David Extine finishing third.
Carver was involved in a

three-car spinout in the Oral Tanner, of Lawtey,
second heat of the Hobby finished second in a

Division, almg with Randy preliminary heat behind
Saunders and Ernie Howey in Jimmy McCrea, prior to the
the second turn. Howey had late model feature. Tanner's
I been involved in a four-car heat saw a car leave the race Hit at the one yard line by big Buchholz linebacker Fred Marlon fi-3 and ll"5 pound. Bradford

spin on turn four earlier in the 01 fire, a blown engine and a quarterback Jimmy Prevail rolled backward and forced his way Into the end zone fur the
race. three-car spinout. plays touchdown that tied the game 11-14 In the third period. The Tornado had driven 7:1: yards in 10

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TIGKIt: TOl( '('Illxmvilo.Vuirrn! <4:1)1:!: follows w (;ilen Kemp <171 and an unidentified..toO Union BHS Outmuscles Buchholz ...........................................................a..I..e.O..........,.:....
Cmintv hlitrktr into .
III1i'I'lId! l June after taking/ a pikh-oiit from Tiger/ quarterback Paul WhiteTisers -
I II:!) From Page IB domination of the game by the was penalized two yards Buchholz territory on the yards up the middle for

Tornadoes, but said the main !halfway to the goal, for a ptchout with an eight yard another first at the Tornado
off tackle and
yards right ,
factor was that the play of his personal foul and 32. Two Peterson
Clarkpowered run before Fred Marion and runs by 6
Prevatt at left end for six
Down I'I{Y ........ ......r............................... yards for kept a first at the gridders Hurse improved steadily. the final two yards James Harrison could bring and 8 yards, got another firstat
Tornado 46.Showing. said St. Augustineand into the endzone with 6:24: him down. The halfback pass, the Bradford 18. A penalty
:as the Tigers pulled out to a3M2 score at under six minutes Buchholz the Ocala Forest are remaining in the second Carter to wideout Allan for tackling with the head

.iKrom I'.IKI-!: IBo> \ :! Il'adSil'Illll1l1'S remaining. Senior running halfback pass off the option expected to give the period.An Norman netted the Big Red 16 when Bradford's Jimmy

(Sit! the chance as the snap accounted for back Wilco Warren was for the first time, the Tornadoes tougher battles attempted two point yards more to the Buchholz 30. Clark stopped receiver Derek
from center came a little 01f f linal Tigers score with i a called on to pick up a crucial will meet conversion using the halfback Norman was hit as he caught Hill at the 18, pushed the ball
lather than u..u..1! to holder tin yard plunge in the first down on a third and nine the ball but hung on. in to the Bradford nine
Alfred Holmes linking! on ijnsmg minutes of play from the Wave 42, he did so A quick dive over the right QB Lang got through

arc extra {point attempts' IN aHcond Tiger!! defense again with\ two yards to spare to side by Aycox got 16 more scrimmage on the keeper and
.issigninent 1 'lorUilmi's. I irovidfd the offensive unit !keep the drive alive. yards to the Buchholz 14. Franklin. Bell came up to
ului has earned l two with excellent field positionat Senior defensive back Another dive play over left tackle him at the three.
prior varsitv. letters\\ as a the \\.l\e'U. yard line to EddIe Smith intercepted an tackle got four more to the 10. Fullback Loehr got two yards
'split 1'1111! Hoai-limu! up lorUK start the final scoring! drive Adamson pass on the On third down from the over left tackle and Gainey
high snap piesentod no Junior defensive end following PKY offensive a tightt QB Prevatt kept on the carried the final yard for the

1'obll'lIIlol'f I Holmes, column liuidy! Dukes came upI ilh turning the ball over to told : option for short yardage, but touchdown with a good second
utmost t as ellorlless ...isstamperm UK- Wave lumhle at the PKY Tiger offense at the Blue c Buchholz linebacker James .dfort.

);! into the endone 14 to set up (he eight play Wave 19. and a personal foul Henderson was called for face Out nI Reach
lor I the two pom) ('OUl'I'S 11111. drive ending! IIh Sirmones call against PKY moved the masking. Buchholz was Buchholz still had
lull: down to the four yard penalized half way to the goal, a chanceif
___ Bradford High could be
III the ball
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lineHowever, a Tiger fumble stopped, but the Tornadoes
> drove downfield for their
the next play returned the
k'u S fourth touchdown.
lull to PKY. and time / Big Red Ties It
ran
\ tip
,,,afot\ .:;: ';. '::"'.::L-- drove McGlynn's kick off this time
out on the Wave attack 10 Aycox to the two yard
plays! later at the Union i line on the dive, linebackersFred was short. Bradford's CharlieHevel
(County 22. r Marion and James returning 16 yards to

Out The Tigers now 2-0 for the Henderson making the stop. the Bradford 33. Carter
( fumbled
season, with the wins coming On second down QB Prevatt on first down but
..na over a pair of Suwannee kept over the left side, was hit tackle Bobby Smith came up
:". Y ji V Conference rivals, host at the one, but forced his with the football for the
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A Buchhob fallback Bobby Loehr takes In a pats In the Bradford secondary which has allowed way Tornadoes and the play
another conference opponents to complete percent of their passes In the first two ball games. It's an unacceptable into the endzone with 4:18: turned into a four
yard gum.
Vote And Support j challenger, Chiefland percentage, says Coach Denny Hansen and something which the backs have been working on this remaining in the third period. QB Prevatt twisted loose
tomorrow night. week. With Prevatl's injured I leg
around right end the
''t t on option
.. MI I UCHS > 1 13 8 1 .3I The trouble Friday night in Gainesville was linebackers out. of their zone in passing situations, still not allowing place keeper for 11\ yards and a first
Shown In Electing PKY 5 5 0 0)2 says Coach David Hurse. kicking, the Tornadoes went down at the Bradford 48.
to the halfback pass which this
V P Leath II run (hick blochtdl' Aycox almost broke loose
<> U _... I run (Jackson k.eM'U ) Tornadoes made 12 yards and no more physicial team than pass failed, Carter's time completely fooled around left end but was nailed
MeTa SeA PoweH34 pail from VWiitol, Jackson another first down at the Buchholz. pass Buchholz. Allan Norman was
going into the ground, and just short it a first down at the
':dl. k.cto'U ) Bobcat 42, Andrew Carter Aided standing alone in the corner .uf
.. by two Huchholz 42
I Sirmonel U pat from whit. Ik.Ck penalties Bradford High failed to the endzone Carter by cornerbuckItiil
.. throwing to Allen Norman. against Buchholz, the ; zippedthe Clifford. Carter
dived l
'laded' convert, instead going into the
Member Of The County Commission. P Nan'.', Loath' Adamson 24 pats, Pushed back to the Buchholz Tornadoes were in the Bobcat !half trailing 67. football to him for the two over right tackle for the first
.lateral. I run 'failod' ) 47 on another neutal zone endzone in 10 plays The Big Matters quickly looked point conversion. down al the Buchhold 38.
U Jackson It run Holmot' run) penalty, the Tornadoes BUS had tied the game 14-14
I Will Do The Best Job Possible To Operate U Sirmones, 1 run (Jackson kick) right back with Carter came worse for the Tornadoes as with 16 minutes left to play. Then a 15 yard holding!:
getting Red Down 7-6 Bobcat McGlynn kicked off penalty pushed Bradford back
Your County In A Professional Business Like II yards on the quick dive off QB Prevatt went to the air into the endzone. Starting the Keith 15 Carter kicked off to \13 yards to their own 47, a
yard line Bobcat Don
the option. Sammy Bennett :I on what appeared to be a from their 20, the Tornadoes break Buchholz failed to take

Manner For a free booklet, got two yards off right tackle, broken play, hitting wideoul !got one first down when Gainey the 31 where returned Carter 16 made yards the to advantage of.
"Cataract-What It Is And and big fullback Jimmy Clark Allan Norman at the 15; On the halfback
Bennett got two yards on the pass again.
If I May Assist You In Any Way Please How It Is Treated" write to got four more and another Norman ran to the Buchholz dive and Carter ran left end stop.The Carter threw 13 yards to Allan
The National Society for first down at the Buchholz 30. nine before he was stopped. for nine yards to the 31 option pitchout around Norman to the Buchholz 40.
Free left end
Feel To Call Upon Me Anytime the Prevention of Blindness "'Hurse Runningback Sammy Bennett was diagnosed by Erie On second and 12 Prevatt
who
SN, 79 Madison Avenue, credited superior physical dug hard over the right side On first down QB Prevatt Biggs came up to toss underthrew Aycox.. On third
Thank YOU Hazel U. Paulk New York N.Y 10016. conditioning with part of the for four yards to the five. then and Carter mishandled the Gainey Lombardozzi for a five yard loss. and 12 Prevatt kept for 10

Pc A5i reason for the second half bg Clark hit for one, Buchholz ptchout, but Carter recovered then, and Biggs came, who on to plax pass yards over left tackle.On .
back ) ? fourth and
at the 22. On second three from
cnrncrback, intercepted at the
down Prevatt and Jockel the 30 Prevatt again kept and
Tornado 45 where he
mishandled the snap, tackled. wasimmediately drove hard for the first dow n.
FLORIDATHEATRE noseman Jerome Lawson although hit twice he refused l

recovering for Buchholz. logo down. It was a big play
Big Red Takes Lead

OHM DAY ONLY! Making 14-6 good their back The in Tornado business offense by Biggs, put alive which from and the kept Bobcats kept the Bradford the bull away drive

wasted no time in getting the
opportunity from the lead for Bradford High for the Big fullbuck Jimmy' Clark
Bradford 23, the Bobcats were first time. ht for three yards! to the 2...
Fri Sat. & Sun. in the Bradford then Prevatt
roosting ran the
With left option
2:50: in the third
endzone four plays later with Tornado keeper again. Going throughthe
pi( period Sam Bennett
Cox's GreatWarehouse 0 the score 14-6 with 8:26:: got four yards on the right side the Bradford
remaining: in the third period. crossbuck over right guard. quarterback( was hit twice, but
Big plays were a QB Lang to Aycox turned right end on the kept his feet for 12 yards to the
fullback Bobby Loehr pass for option pitchout for 18 yards Uuchholz 12 yard line.
12 yards to the Tornado 10 before Charles Cook, w ho had Big Clark pounded into the

where linebacker Jimmy the angle from across the endzone from there, driving
Clark made the stop. Lang iff tackle twice for four yards!
field tackled at ihe Buchholz
through a big hole at from three yards out. driving
sped 41. Coming right back with the
Sale end to go in over the goal bet ore being
same play Aycox 13
C untouched for the touchdown. the Buchholz 26 got before yardsto he! pushed l back by Ituchholz

t Starring T )IN COLOR McGlynn's kick off traveled could be pushed out of bounds.A defenders.
only to the five yard line conduct Another dive by Clark for a
personal
tI CHARLES BRONSON giving Tornado Kenny Aycoxa Buchholz penalty two point conversion failed.
the
on pushed ball
I IN GAINESVILLE chance to return it for theflJ'st Bradford led 28-20 with I 4.1
half the
PLUS way to goal, to the 13.
time. Aycox brought the Andrew Carter carried for the remaining in the game
SkateboardingIs lJ skin out to the 27 the best Buchholz needed a touchdown
TD on the next play. Hit at the
field position Bradford and a two point conversion to
Now A Movie! enjoyed to mat point. five by two Bobcats Carter tie the game up. But the

Saturday Sept. 25th8OOam 0 Freewheelin Tornadoes.From that They point scored it was the all into twisted touchdown the and endzone run forced coming the his 13 yard with way Lang Bobcats threw got off neither target as twice QU

next three times they had I 1:14: remaining in the third and Aycox intercepted l the
in another third for
possession yet pass Bradford High
second half comeback. period. and returned it :35! yards to the
301 The two point conversion
"We took it to them in the try Buchholz 35 where he WitS
to was off the halfback
5OOpm6O2 second half. We chewed them pass forced out of bounds.
pay. There was nobody to
said David
up, Coach Hurse,
throw to so Carter tucked the
DRIVEINFri who noted his Tornado RADPORO BUCMMOLI
bell under his arm and ran it 11 finl Down ,10
South MainSUPER gridders got stronger as the In Hit at the two yard line. 210 Yd.. 00", ... Rummy ,14*
lied used the off tackle dives 5* Yd Gained. Pa.ftn9 at
& Sat. Carter still nosed into the
-4-0 "A"C'" ,14 P I
more and the option less but
... endzone as he fell. Buchholz 2.. Puntl.
Av. 14)I
THE FIRST KILLING in the second
more effectively
protested, but officials ruled I Pumbwt lail 0S4
WAS AN ACCIDENT. !half Carter crossed the goal, and Yes Ponalnid.. M
Kenny Aycox was also Bradford High led for the first
I inserted into the offensive SCORING SUMMARY
BARGAINS ef1 lineup at running back, time 2214. Bucnnoii. G....... 11 yard run IPMcClynn

lending the offense his speed. k.eM .
eradtorddark J Yard run I"
i Sam Bennett dove for a yard Buchholj Scores pail laiMMcGivnn...
:..fQnIy and Aycox got five more Eleven plays and some five euebllda-" +.... P ran run EP
rI'V before Buchholz was minutes later. Buchholz had kaaradlardMSYall
5 penalized 15 for come back to score. yard run (Ppatft.
yards ..
Save personal foul which came Peterson got one first downm B"dlordrt..II..d Carter Norman rvn *PCartor.
Up to 50 % Way after the play with i the ball a 19 yard run to the ruff.
dead. It gave the Tornadoes a Tornado 44 before Franklin acabai-GamW.Iyard" I run f P
Hotnc down their Bell made the stop. Lang run taiKdBradford
[P first at own 48. Clark.' J van run CP
Andrew Carter got into threw to Steve Hardy for eight run ta.nd
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:.;""...;..or;"'., .';!"'!'1'"i.'I tIf'.. ,.I<"/;r"1';,." (!\',". \ '., Local PP&K Winners Go To Zone Meet SaturdaySix .1

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.: I local youths travel to had punted the football 77V4- back with a booming kick Eight-year-old division a number of persons, last "
......' \ Jacksonville this weekend to feet, passed 105feet and from the tee to take second winner was Andrew M. Davis Saturday morning, including: .. '
.. c.. participate in the North kicked the ball from a tee 94'AI- place 156-133V4. with a punt of 4o-feet, a pass of Mayor Charles Schaefer, .
Florida-South Georgia Zone feet. John David Francis :35-feet and a kick of 3G'4-feet' Cheryl Godwin Jerry ,
... segment of the national Punt Second place in the collected his second first place for a 111V4 total. Sean Alonzo McGriff: Randy Crews and
...r. Pass and Kick (PP&K) dd division went to Kenny
-: trophy in local competition Robinson was second with a Chub Johnson
: :_..: (, r3f' competitions.The Clark who was attempting to Saturday winning the nine- 73-foot total and Tom Watson Mayor Schaefer assisted in .
; six local youths won make a clean sweep of the year-old division. He capturedthe finished third with a 70-foot making the distances and also :' j
1'-::. berths In the zone competitionwith local competition having won eight-year-old first place mark. presenting trophies, while \.
first place finishes In the the nine, ten, 11 and 12-year- trophy last year. Randall Davis, city hlssGodwin served as official !ij '
local segment of the national dd championships here in Francis had a punt of 47- recreation department score keeper. I.
":..to' competition last weekend at past years. Clark finished just19Mfeet feet, a pass of Mi-feet and a director, said a record 87 lJ
"., i the Pratt Street recreational In total distance kick of 60'/i-feet to take first youngsters participated in the The local competition was :\i
; fieldWinners behind Goodge with a 258-foot place among the nine year- local PP&K competition this sponsored by TerwillegarFord : '
'J in local PP&K total dds with a 172 total. year. Among the contestantswere and the Ford Motor : ,
competition are: Bill Goodge Kenny McNeal was the third Lattimore Williams III was two girls, marking the Company. :
Robert Scott Allen, Blame place finisher in the 13yeardd second in the nine-year-old first time the girls have Zone meet will advance to the j
L LI as Dyal, Dwayne Slocom, John division with a 242 total in division with a 162 total and entered the local competition. District level. Additional t
r David Francis and Andrew M. the three events.Twelveyearold. Gerald K. Brown finished Davis was assisted in levels are the Area, Division I'
oi Davis division third with a 142 mark. conducting the local event by Semi-Finals and National. .
I raa Bill Goodge will represent winner Robert Scott Allen ,
'I Starke's 13-year-olds in the turned in the best combined '

-._-- Jacksonville's Zone meet to be held at total Saturday in the local Allen competitionlast was right Sportsmen Set Hunting, Fishing Day Celebration ; JI
Englewood
Local PPAK winner Davis John David Francis, nine
from Andrew M. ,
left eight ;
are : ;
!t>
with .l
97-foot
High football field on target a punt a America's hunters and
Dwayne Slocom. 10; Blaine Dyal. 11; Robert SCott Allen. 12; and Bill Goodge, 13. Goodge won the Saturday.local 114-foot pass and an 85-foot designated,National September 25, is fishermen to recreation, Airport this Saturday Include at the: Keystone turkey J r: I
Huntingand
UOIpQ01ae->BfK competition last Saturday at kick for a 296 total. Fishing Day in conservation and our nation's shoots, with a wide variety of .' .
the Pratt Street field with an Brian B. Thomas finished economy. weapons such as bows and
adjusted total distance in the second in the 12-year-old recognition of the outstanding I
arrows and muzzle loaders as
C SPhjt: three phase event of 277V4- division locally with a 217 H contributions made by Local hunters and well as the more traditional

feet. After adjustments were total and Eddie Thompkins Dove Season fishermen may join in turkey shoot competition with
made for accuracy, Goodge was third with a 197 total for celebration of their day this shotguns, skeet shooting, and
n_ XMKJflNK>MBC>3KKH> >OttGatorettes the three phase competition. Opens Oct. 2 Saturday with members of the demonstrations on loading :

I ( ; Victorious In Invitational TourneyStarke's representing Blaine Dyal Starke's will 11-year-be Dove hunters should circle Keystone the club's Sportsman's meeting place Club at the at shells and cartridges. I '
Saturday October 2 as the
old youngsters in the Keystone Heights Airport, on r
Jacksonville Zone meet this start of the first phase of dove SH-100 between Starke and The public is invited to .,,1\\
Gatorettes, Saturday, having won locally season. This year hunters will Keystone Heights. attend Saturday's celebration,
women's Softball team, x with a 50-foot punt a 68-foot again have a three phase Members of the Keystone- and may purchase box
compiled a perfect 4-0 win- e pass and a 45-foot kick for a season with the first phase bused hunt club have planneda lunches beginning at noon, or
loss record in invitational 163 total. lasting until October 31. The full day of hunting related burbeque dinners at 6 p.m.
tournament action here, Dyal edged out Andrew second phase will begin activities in celebration of Live music, provided by
September 10-12, to take the Strickland, who finished with November 13 and run through National Hunting and Fishing Country Gold, is planned from
championship trophy In the 157'a total, for the local first November 28 and the final Day. Events scheduled for 6 to 10 p.m.
nine-team competition.Gatorette place trophy. Brian Scott phase opens December 18 and ,,,.
pitcher Kathy : Itidson was third here with a continues through January 10.
Schofman earned the 149 total. Hunting activity for doves BUS Sports Club Seeking MembersThe : I
tourney's most valuable Dwayne Slocom won the 10- will be limited to the hours
year-old division here with a between noon and sunset witha :
player award, striking out '
seven batters through the y11 + i _' ..n 178-foot total on a punt of 37- daily bag limit of 12 doves. Bradford High School as The interested citizens, to Join I'.
br. fee of
membership $10
All-Sports Club is
tream's four tournament feet, a pass of 77-feet and a The Game and Fresh Water seeking new
entitles the holder to attendthe
Fish Commission announcedthe members.The .
outings. Employing her kick of 64feet.Second
specialty, the high pitch, the place in the 10-year other migratory bird attend annual sports banquet and ,
Gatorette pitcher allowed the division went to Kevin Johns season received so far from club, formed to provide regular meetings. ;
Skeets of Gainesville only one who squeaked by third place the U.S. Fish and Wildlife BHS teams with banquets, (
run in the championship game finisher James N. Schoening Service are: woodcock -Dec. award sweaters and jacketsand For more information -fit
Sunday afternoon.The m the final phase of the local 18 to Feb. 20 with a daily limit other items not available contact Lavon Jackson, >
Skeeters loaded the competition. Johns trailed of five and snipe season through school funds, urges Wanda Prevatt or any of the
bases twice during the title Schoening through the puntingand Nov. 13 through Feb. 27 with a parents of athletes and future high school coaches, or Gail
game, on solid hits, but were ,, tJI1" t N passing phases but came daily limit of eight. athletes and alumni, as well Strickland at 964-6401.
held to the one run total when
the Gatorettes loftedin
pitcher These are the members of the Starke Gatorettes, women's Softball team, which took first place In
her both pitches retiring the side tournament action here September" 12. Team members are. front row from left: Judy Williams :
on occasions with strike
outs and easily handled Merrl Ormsbee, Gigl Herndon, Kathy Scholfman Francis Coltrane. Dana Dyal and Susan Klalock. TCG&X flu
pop Second" row: CherylCrosby I Betty Bennett, Carolyn Bedding and Sharon Dykes Back row: assistant .
ups.Gatorettes took the coach Jimmy Crosby sponsor-player Violet Kendall ('IaudiaIvart.z and sponsor-coach :Mark
Kendall
championship game 3.1

Sunday on a nine hit attack led game behind the perfect four In first round competitionthe in through tournament games. FABRIC SHOPSIIii'LAh1"
by Gig! Herndon, who went
for four hitting including a Gatorettes jumped on the Sharon Dykes, of the
two for four at the plate, and Gatorettes, was also in the i
Poor
who triple, by Sharon Dykes. Gigi Boys of Lake Butler 161.
Sharon Dykes came MVT! running, with a ,70O plus
Herndon went two for four in Carolyn Redding collected a
through with an extra base hit three-run batting through the
the contest, and Carolyn round tripper Lynn average J
double. Six other Gatorettes Redding collected two runs Pierce added a triple and first three tournament games.A I '
joined in the well-balanced Sharon who 175-fot home run derby
batted in on a pair of well hit Dykes, went
hitting attack in Sunday'schampionship sacrifice flies in that game. three-for-four, had a pair of held during a break Saturday
win. doubles and in the first afternoon was won by Susan
Golden Eagles, of Green a triple
Undefeated through earlier Cove Springs, fell 6.1 to the round victory. (Floyd of Skeeters. \ 1i
tournament action, the \ \ i
Gatorettes in second round Melody Milton, of the \ : i
Gatorettes moved into the
play. Carolyn Redding led the MacClenny Chargers, was The Gatoretles sponsoredthe
finals through the winners local squad to the second second in line for the wekend" tournament here \
bracket while the Skeeters, award West Side Park. The Golden 100% Polyester '
round win, going twoforthreeat tournament MVP at c .lS860" s'r
having lost to the Gatorettesin the plate with a double anda behind Kathy Scholfman. The Drumsticks I of Starke- were -
third round play, came triple. Sharon Dykes also MacClenny player had four also to have participated in r \ --cC'L DOUBLEKNIT
back the losers
through tripled in that contest. home runs and 12 runs batted the I invitational tourney.
bracket for the shot at the Wide
championship. The Skeeters

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Rec. Dept. News Sophomore running back Ram pass.
Wayne Clemmons scored on Dillow was two for two in
,4L runs of six and nine yards to passing last Thursday hitting .
sophomore Virgil Holmes on a NOW
Girl'Flag Football puce Union County's junior OHLYI
Girl's flag football varsity football Tigers to a 14- seven jarder, then connectingwith g
registration will be held at the 0 victory over the Baker sophomore John
Pritchelt for an 11 yard
Pratt Street Center through County JV squad here 57
September 28th. This is for Tuesday giimer.
Roy Highland led the Tigers
Clemmons, who led the -- -
I girls ages 12 through 15. There tough defensive showing, in YARD
will be a meeting and practice Tigers rushing attack lioth unassisted tackles and
Tuesday, September 28th, at Tuesday in rolling up a 63-
the Southside Elementary yard total, put the Tiger JV up assists.
The Tiger Jtravels to
by six during the second
at 3:30.
Playground :
quarter with the six yard Hawthorne. next Thursday.
plunge off tackle. S&pt.i0! :! ), for its next outing. :

Women's Flag Football Starling displays the (Freshman fullback LeRoy .
This is a reminder to all five-foot diamondback rattlerhe Keith converted the running Cyclists Set i
women 16 and over who are dispatched while fishing in attempt and the Tigers held /
interested in playing flag the center of Sampson Lake an 8-0 lead at the halftime
football that there will be a Starling said he spotted the intermission. Ride I
meeting Monday night, make crossing the lake Sept. !ti l Clemmons scored again off Charity lQ o\\ltR 1. evzq
September 27th, at 7 p.m. in and killed It with a paddle. He tackle during the third period, "::.4.*
the Recreation Department also expressed! concered for this time on a nine yard run toput Motocyclists, possibly as sr ''I4sMz
Office in the Old Armory. water skiers on the lake, t the Union Tigers out in many as 1,000 strong
League structure schedule saying that swimming snakes front 14-0. a score 'whichremained according to one source, will
and feesdiscussed, if any, will be pose a definite danger to intact for the rest of bike to the open road between
at this meeting. unsuspecting skiers.! the contest. Gainesville and Cedar Key
Sophomore quarterbackTobby this Sunday in a fund raising
Dillow finished second endeavor for the National
I in total rushing yardage to Hemophilia Foundation. P
Wanted Gator Hunters
.
: Clemmons in Tuesday'samtest Sunday's event will mark o

with 59 yards. the first time that organizednmtocydists .
Fresh particularly how the creature Union JV football /
Florida's Game and County have embarked
Water (Fish Commission is may be successfully managedand Coach Paul Drake praised the on a major charity fund 'iiiiyPN
looking for alligator hunters. harvested. defensive unit following raising endeavor. The
But unlike past practice, the Persons! who are residentsof Tuesday's victory saying. Gainesville to Cedar Key
commission is not out the northeastern study "We had a standout defensivejob charity ride is sponsored by
scouring the swamps for gator! area of Duval, Clay all around." He said the Gainesville Folks 'n' '
poachers, this time its taking Bradford, Alachua, Putnamand Clemmons< who plays Spokes Motorcycle Clubs and I I I
St. Johns Counties, and
linebacker defensively led
applications for a select groupof sanctioned by the American
hunters to harvest feel they are qualified to the squad in tackles. Motorcyclist Association.
"nuisance or problem"alligators comeagenls should call the Drake singled out freshman Cyclists are to gather at the
in a six county area, Game and Fresh Water Fish fullback Keith for honors on Westgate Shopping Center at
which includes Bradford and Commission office in Ocala or nearly breaking a kick-off run the corner of West University
Clay Counties. Lake City for an application to tack. Keith gained some 40 Avenue and Northwest 34th
The commission recently participate in the program.The yards on the return before he Street, prior to 9 a.m. Sunday.
approved an experimental deadline for making "was finally brought down by September 26, for the ride.A SPORT DENIM
application is September 30, COORDINATED
Baker defenders
program for 11 counties in High police escort will
VJ16.! I Interviews be held in Tuesday's victory was the
northeast and central sections accompany the riders to
d the slate, which will allow early October.Alvarez second within the past week Archer here the cyclists will DOUBLE KNITS DENIM SOLIDSCOLOR
properly licensed persons to for Drake's JV chargers, who divided t into smaller groupsfor
harvest the nuisance whipped Interlachen's Hams the ride to Cedar Key. A 5-60" WIDE, 44.45" WIDE j
alligators. A spokesman says Wins KH 28-0 last Thursday, in their communications unit wiU be
the commission will select a season opener in Lake Butler. assigned to each group to ,
maximum of 10 persons to act While the Tiger defense held provide a link with a mobile
as "agents or sub Fishing Tourney the Rams to just three first repair unit and pick up crew
contractors," adding that towns for the evening the should!: they be needed. The All purpose fabric. 100", 50H Dacron 50. Cotton
.applications will be carefully L.B. "Red" Alvarez of Union Tigers' offense rolled communications are being polyester beautiful assortments $ 8 8 3 Shades Ot Blue In great' $ S 9
,screened by a review board Starke won first place in the up four touchdowns and added organized by the Gainesville ot 58 prints 60 & pant weight solds. 2 Demand! Now' Trw Time 2 '
inches wide
and only the most qualified Santa Fe Bass Club fishing two running extra point CB Club. To Buy! Save''
< -will be Issued licenses. burnament held Sept. 19 at conversions. Y0. YD.reaNllalealNKI.MYMa .
Once selected the agents Rodman Lake with six bass David Blont paced the
'will be assigned a particular btaling 11 Ibs. and 11 ounces. cffensive attack, rushing for Charity ride sponsors Club reportthe is
territory in the study area and Second place went to E.W. over 200 yards in the game Cedar Key Lions
will harvest only the alligators "Red" Hartrup with three and scoring three touchdownsm sponsoring a .fish fry Sunday
assigned to the agent by the bass weighing three poundsand runs of 8, 27 and 23 yards. afternoon. .
commission. It will result in nine ounces. Tommy Drake did not use Blont : ": ": mB[ 1Jffil I ( I JmlI1 I 0 I [!J
thealligator first legal harvest of the Triest took third place with against Baker County's JV. Registration and M..:::..:..::M'M'=:.:.:.w:'.'...w''':,.,._=.::':' QOCJQQ

.I. in Florida in 15jean. three bass weighing three Quarterback Dillow scoredthe sponsorship' information may ._.-.--.-www,.n l ?WM..--M.w N
pounds and six ounces; Guy remaining touchdown in be obtained by telephoning Mrl W -.r ww A -
t The program, proposed for Caverly fourth with three the Tigers 28-0 blanking of Mike Jones of the Folks 'n' 1 ::= .;;:-s 301 S. Shopping Center Starke Fla.
a period of one year is bass at 2 lb. 15 oz.; and Jim Interlachen. on a run of 37 Spokes motorcycle club at 376- !
designed to provide Walker, fifth, with two bass at yards. He also helped his own :2KJ7 during working hours, or :k ,
} information on the alligator, 2 Ib. 12 ox. cause when he shifted to the 4U5-9H84! evenings.


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held at 9:00 at the school at the Thunderbird Motel on
CHURCH ACTIVITIES LAURA BAPTIST cafeteria.today Specific directions LA WTEY Thomas Lindsay and family Mr. and Mrs. Champ Griffisd Tuesday.
CHURCH: Sunday School Seal Alabama spent Pat
recently.Friends. Mr and Mrs. Henry and
for activities to be held the
.CHURCH OF GOD: Sunday 9:45: a.m., Worship Services 11 at of Colonel Thursday to Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Waters
School 10 a.m., Worship am. and 7:30: pm. Prayer carnival will be given andgrade By Elizabeth Terry Yarbrough regret to learn their sister, Mrs. Hazel and family of Starke visited
level l activities will be
Services 11 a.m. and 7 p.m., Meeting Wednesday at 7:30: sel(, ec ted. that he is a patient in Bradley, and son Corky. their parents, Mr and Mrs.

Prayer Meeting Wednesday pm.SMYRNA Mr and Mrs. Roger Eunice Rev. and Mrs. Marklee Methodist Hospital, Mr and Mrs. James James Waters on Sunday
7:30: p.m.? YPE Friday at 7:30: MISSIONARY spent Saturday afternoon with Raulerson of Whitefish, Jacksonville, Room 301. Our Bowman and son Bryan, and afternoon.

pm.EVERGREEN BAPTIST CHURCH: Sunday PERSONALS their parents Mr. and Mrs. I Montana. prayers are with him. their son-in-law and daughter Mrs. Robert Lee and sister,
School 10 a.m., Morning Harold Eunice. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Collier Mrs. Janice Norman and Mr. and Mrs. Steve Crews and Mrs. Marjorie Whetsel of

BAPTIST Sunday School 10 Service 11 a.m., B.T.S. 5:45: Mrs. Pat Walker and son of Misses Susan Williams and and daughters of Starke, Mrs. Thomas Lindsay were I son, attended a joint birthday Keystone Heights, spent
Service
am., Worship Services 11 p.m., Evening 7 p.m. Brunswick, Georgia, spent the Paula Raulerson of Florida furnished a birthday supper hostesses for a stork shower party for their sister-in-law. Sunday with their parents,
am. and 7:30: p.m., Prayer Prayer Meeting Wednesday at weekend with her College in Tampa spent the and gifts for Mrs. Thelma for Mrs Jimmy Norman on Mrs. Pam Altwater, and Mr. and Mrs. Gordon L.

Meeting Wednesday at 8 p.m. 7:30: p.m. grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. weekend with her Prevatt on Thursday night. Tuesday night at the home of sister, Mrs. Shirley Derrick, Peterson of Dowling Park.
ST JOHNS MISSIONARY
FAITH BAPTIST Carl Prevail. Also presentwas grandmother Mrs. Loca Mrs. Amelia Smith Lt. Mrs. Lindsay. Several games at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. John Tye, Jr.

CHURCH: Radio Programover BAPTIST Rev. Willie CHURCH Huffman, Lawtey.Pastor. their son, J.C. Prevail Raulerson. James Raulerson James D. Flannigan, and Mrs. were played after which Mrs. Altwater,Jr., of Doctor's Inlet and family of Monticello were

WPXE Starke 8 a.m. Church School 10 a.m. each Jr., of Gainesville, on her grandson, lives with her Norman opened her gifts. on Sunday afternoon. It was a weekend guests of their
Sunday Bible School 10 a.m., Monday, and Mr. and Mrs. row and attends school in Christina Wright were guests There were 12 ladies present. cookout. parents, Mr. and Mrs. John
Worship Services 11 a.m. and Sunday with Supt. Chris d her son-in-law and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Moore
Paula cake
Hamilton. Church Service is Harry Collier, of Starke, on Starke. James and Refreshments of and Tye, Sr. Other guests of theTye's
7:30: Prayer Meeting daughter, Mr. and Mrs. and of Lake City spent
family
p.m., at and TViesday. They carried Mrs. Raulerson are children of punch were served. for Sunday dinner were
11 a.m. 3 p.m. on their
Bible afternoon with
Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Second and Fourth Sundays, Pat Walker and son to Miss Elizabeth Terry was a Saturday their son-in-law and daughter,

Study. Prayer Band at 12 noon Brunswick, Georgia, on UCIInmate Found Dead Wednesday dinner guest of grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Talley
GRACE UNITED Bible Class and Monday night. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Prevatt. Carl Prevatt. and son, their brother-in-law
METHODIST: Sunday School Prayer Mondays.Meeting Wednesday Miss Elizabeth Terry and Charles Desperes 34, lacerations were found. An Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Mrs. Fred Moore was a and sister Mr. and Mrs. FredL

9:45: a.m., Worship Services 11 5:30: p.m.. Choir Rehearsal 6 Miss Arthurine Blanchard inmate at Union Correctional autopsy! will be performed Gustafson and daughter Tuesday overnight guest of Roberts and Mike, Mrs.
am. and 7 p.m. Prayer Circle pun. Thursday. Men's Day visited her sister, Miss Enza Institutewas found in his work according to UCI Margaret of Orlando spent the her son-in-law and daughter, Fred L. Roberts Sr., another

will be observed every will be the Fourth Sunday in Blanchard Mrs. Wolfe and area September 16 with no superintendent Raymond weekend with their parents Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Thomas brother-in-law and sister Mr.
Wednesday morning at 8. September. Deacon Gary Mrs.\ Thelma Wilson of Baker visible signs of life. Massey. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dobbs and and Jay, of Live Oak. and Mrs. Robert Keith and
Choir practice 7 p.m. and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Phillipsand
Hampton, Chairman. Visitorsare County Nursing Home at Desperes was taken to the Chris. family of Jacksonville, and
United MYF at 8 p.m. at the always welcome. Ma cC fenny on Tuesday prison hospital where an Desperes has two brothersthat Mr. and Mrs. Tommy daughter are spending Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ray and

church: on Wednesday. afternoon examination was made of the are currently at Florida Clayton and Tom, of some time with their daughter, who have just

There will be an body and no stab wounds or State Prison. Jacksonville, spent last grandmother, Mrs. O.J. returned from Brisbane,
administrative Board Meeting REDDISH ASSIGNED Saturday afternoon with their Phillips and Danny.Mr. Australia but are locating in
d the church Sunday night TO TEXAS AFB and Mrs. Barry Watts
mother, Mrs. C.R. Crews. Jacksonville permanently.
LAWTE SCHOOL NEWS License Board Needs MembersPublic
.
September 26HIGHLAND Mrs. Paul Norman Mrs. were Saturday overnite guests The gathering was in honor of
BAPTIST: Truman Norman and Mr. and d their mother, Mrs. Bessie the Paul Ray family.
Sunday School 10 a.m., The P.T.A. met Tuesday, apathy was blamed compensation. Regular Mrs. Watts, and their brother-in-
Mrs. Frank
Wayne Harper spent Camp, Mrs.
Worship Services 11 a.m. and September 21, at the school Airman Gary J. ReddishJr. Tuesday, Sept. 14, for the lack meetings are held on the 2nd Friday afternoon with Mr and law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Pearson and Mrs. Bea

7 p.m. Prayer Meeting cafeteria. A program of .. son of Mr. and Mrs. Gary d interest in the Union County Tuesday of each month in the Mrs. Carl Prevatt. G.C. Stanley Kimmons of Melrose and

Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. musical selections was Reddish of Starke has been Construction Industry and courthouse at 7:00: p.m. Mrs. Annie Mae Crews and Mr. and Mrs. LH. Harper of Mrs. Desta Dyal of Hampton

The church has received a presented by pupils in the assigned to Bergstrom AFB, Licensing Board. Contractors were remindedthat Mrs. C.R. Crews attended an Starke spent Sunday Lake, attended a B.P.W. Club
blessing from the Lord various grades.An open house Texas for training and duty in The board postponed the "grandfather" period Associational Meeting at Park afternoon with their parents District Meeting in

recently. Three came for was attended by parents and the U.S. Air Force supply election of officers in hopes will end September 30 and all View Baptist Church, of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Prevail. Jacksonville on Saturday.Mrs. .
others who interested in
Rededication. The church are field. that interested citizens and contractors who have not Jacksonville with their pastor Mrs. Gayle Todor of Orange Wyolene Klipp and son
gathered: at the Landing of the school program. Reddish who recently licensed contractors would obtained licenses should get In and Mrs. T.C. Williams on Park was a Saturday dinner Keith Day, of Jacksonville,
Mr. and Mrs. Vaughn Prescott Materials to be used in the forth who wish touch with the Union County Mr. and
completed basic training at come to serve Friday night f guest! of her parents, spent Saturday with her
on Kingsley Lake Sunday special reading (Title II I) class Lackland AFB Texas studiedthe on the board. A special Building Department locatedin Mrs. Fred Moore. mother, Mrs. Lycille T. Ivey.
afternoon and 9 were have been sent to parents who Mission called the courthouse. William
Air Force meeting was for Col. and Mrs. Mrs. Walter Martin Mr.
baptised. have children in the program.All organizations and customsand September 30, 7:00: p.m. in the License renewal deadlinefor LEGALS Wilson visited their brother- and Mrs. Kenneth Prater and

A joint birthday dinner was parents are invited to visit received special Union County Courthouse. general, building in-law and sister Mr. and family, of Jacksonville Mr.

served at afternoon the church on the ideas program for helping and their to child gather at instruction in human Newly appointed or ref residential roofing air conditioning sheet metal, pool, .............................. Mrs. Jackie Hamilton of and Mrs. Kenneth Martin and
Saturday at 2 relations. appointed members must be Jacksonville on Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Don
family,
o'clock honoring Mrs. Zettie home. The program operates Airman Reddish is a 1976 approved by the Union County electrical and plumbing IN THE CIRCUIT COURT afternoon.We Martin and Mr. and Mrs.

Padgett, and Mrs. Beadie each day in Room 6. (graduate, of Bradford High Commission for a term of four contractors is September 30 or EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF are proud to learn that Clifford Martin son and family,
Norman. A special meeting to plan be levied a $500 fine. FLORIDA IN AND FOR
Approximately fiO School.! years to be served without Mrs. Truby Wainwright is Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Martin
for the P.TA. Carnival will be BRADFORD COUNTY
people were present. real well from
!getting, along and family, Mr. and Mrs.

..:!!! hiss! CIVIL ACTION her fall some time ago. Mark Newell and Mrs.Martin's .
Mrs. Gene Pearson
sister, Mrs. Sidney
LIE
tt't" a fact... E CASE No.76-274 attended real estate seminar
-- Hansen gathered at the homed
NOB tMAcHS Re E In re: The marriage of BILLY
LIE SOLO AT EAGLE ROGER BRANHAM Husband- Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Martin

64 THAN ANYWHERE' Petitioner -vs- REGINA GAIL LEGALSINTHECIRCUIT for a turkey dinner honoringMr.
[LSI M FLORIDA. rAMitr DISCOUNT sroc&OH BRANHAM wifeRespondentNOTICE and Mrs. Mark Newell on
1AIiDSI why? price! Sunday.
OF SUIT -------------- ,
We are very proud of our ,
NO PROPERTYTo
SALE THURSDAY THRU SATURDAY/ SfHSATIOHAt WAYS TO : REGINA GAIL BRANHAMYOU EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT COURT OF new City Hall although it is I
.. ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat sad to see the old one
FLORIDA
an action for Dissolution of IN AND FOR BRADFORD dsappear from the scene. It
marriage has been filed againstyou has many precious memories.

SEAT HIGH PRICES! and you are required to COUNTYCIVIL ACTION Miss Terry finished the 10th
(grade, in that building.LEGALS.
serve a copy of your written JOE HOLLAND and ESSIE

defenses, if any to it, on theplaintiff's HOLLAND his wife Plaintiffsvs.

attorney, whose name .
r-r- wS1.C1? fil\ and address is Mack S. Futch, ROSETTA RUTHERFORD, 24

Esquire P.O. Drawer 1030, Arch Street, New Haven,
'-c ___ I ''Jt'-lh _VILUE PIUS_ ; __ Starke, Florida 32091 and file the Connecticut Defendant NOTICE CF INTENTIONTO
/. original with/\/ the clerk of the CASE NO.76-295 REGISTER
Ir: f(lit t..11'tl above styled court on or before NOTICE OF SUIT FICTITIOUS NAME
.
.A .' ; I:: 1. : fli; SILKY WOW-PRINT .,.. October 1, 1976: otherwise a PROPERTYTO Pursuant to Section 865 09Ronda

) 'iL ;J SHIRTS MAKE YOU Judgement may be 'entered : YOU ARE HEREBY Statues notice is hereby
"'.081 ji I against you for the relief NOTIFIED that an action to gven that the undersigned JohnE
I I '. FEEL LIKE A MILLION! demanded in the complaint or vacate and set a side a Deed and Mary B. Cressman. P.O.

.I I \\1 '- W! ( .JII" !f I petition. conveying the following Box) 22, RaIford Fla. 32083
Gb.r.ta 4 I witness my hand and the seal property in BRADFORD County doing: business under the firm

; :\ of said Court on August, 1976. Florida: Lot 3 of block 36, of name of "TACKLE BOX", 941

SUPER lOW DISCOUNT PRIC.a.. As Clerk of said Court Livingston and Truby and N. Temple Starke. Fla. 32091.

SIV 13x .u. I By: Marion McRaeAs company subdivision of the NE mends to register said fictitious
OIofuSQvAl'f l loot M Illlt M 505 .J-1 II. Deputy Clerk 1-4 of the NE .1-4 Section 28. reme under the provisions of
-- tills sues. mi ol !. rL..i 9/2 4tchg 9/23 Township 6 South, Range 22 aforesaid statute.
3 8 8 frail lor tin ,:,
SIYE 2."to SAVE tI"to SIYE 23"to Ryton scenic dtslins|o(Ih. sipn ctlir IIIP.PcimtiiitiMt ".?, """. East; Less the East two ((2)) feet John E. and Mary B.

DISCOUNT PRICI WASjM. Wilt loll (!) '" IN THE CIRCUIT COURT of lot number 3 of block 36 in Cressman, joint, owners.

4 8G: 44e: 6 8 c: HEN'S' riHOVS WALK SNORTS seem n tins S. M. U Xl. A "" EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUITOF Starke Florida has been filed Dated this 23rd day of

III NO-IRON PUIOS, SOLIDS toy jot CM i piss up! FLORIDAIN against you ROSETTA September, A.D 1976 at
DISCOUNT PRICE w..s.5t' DISCOUNT PRICE WASJd. DISCOUNT PRICE WASMOEABLE Pdycittr cotton peps JOt wimple. 6 "'h. I AND FOR BRADFORD RUTHERFORD and you are Starke, Ronda

1IW-JI MOTOR OIL. HI-MI PIPER TOWELS WITNSTRON8 DISPOSABLE IIITm LIGHTER free wittxut If Mini. Sins 29 42 COUNTYCIVIL required to serve a copy of your 4tchg 92310.14
A MSN DETERGENT FORMULA 2-SIDED TEXTURE, WITN VISUAL FUEL SUPPLY a';:J -- _. ACTIONIN written/ defenses, if any to it, on
TI tiTENO TBIR. ENGINE LIFE JUMBO IS SO. FT. ROLL GIVES THOUSANDS OF LIGHTS .'; \.f. )) I'i. f RE: HARRINGTON the plaintiff's attorney whose NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO
CHANDLER AND ALTEMEASET. and address is Mack S. REGISTER
... :::! :'Ie name
-... w f: } CHANDLER, HIS WIFE Futch P.O. Drawer 1030 FICTITIOUS NAME
;'if 11
SaVE n"to S ..: :;to, Pursuant to Section 865.09
: 1 1JOR Plaintiff Starke. Florida 32091, and file
..
lo..n. r I
.
... Y ', X".t.: ... f ..... -vs- the original with the clerk of the Florida Statutes, notice is I
-... y ; 1 il.Jilf'
rr ppaD 0 /. IVOIIYl Ot r, 1" ROSCOE BELLAMY and ROSA above styled court on or before hereby given that the |
= i V. II SITU FL0ATS SOAP! Y: fI LEE BELLAMY his wife and October 15, 1976: otherwise a undersigned G K. By 2313 N.

:----1: ..- A SOUTHERN DISCOUNT CO. of judgement may be entered Temple Ave., Starke, Fla.
14c ,...,"'''' >>> /> a- \ Starke Defendant against you for the relief 32091 doing business under the :
'A { firm of "GATOR
name
> ( ) NOTICE OF SUIT demanded in the complaint or
'- ,:; wAs,11fVALUE ._'!..11!. ;\ PROPERTYTO petition. MOTORS", 2165 N. Temple

tIUS! saVE .00 SIYE tI"to SIVE" T' 1.00 tI. : ROSCOE BELLAMY WITNESS my hand and the Ave., Starke, Florida 32091,

I 2..PI.440T. L 1ate fJr!ftr.' IJj Address Unknown seal of said Court on Sept. 14, intends to register said fictitious i

4 U 95 3 97 IITCIIU CAN 8 97 t, ,3 f.t/ .: : .r YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat 1976. name under the provisions of

SUPER LOW DISCOUNT PRICE DISCOUNT PRIL1' WASjJ.tr" PUSTIC II'S / DISC TOur I '//. an action to Foreclose a Gilbert S. Brown aforesaid statute.
PRICES! WeRI UP
smiix'' .c the following As Clerk of said Court G.K. Ely, owner.
HIM SWIG SOD REPAIR KIT so n. X.' VIIIYL GARDEN I137 S1O.114 VALUES Mortgage on
MESS MOLES AND DENTS Et NOSE WITH IRASS COUPLINGS MEN'S, WOMEN'S GENUINE property in BRADFORD County, By: Marion McRaeAs Dated this 16 day of ,

I HERSAVE! GUARANTEED A FULL 10 YEARS WERe J.lr SUEDE WALKADOUTSllw 2 9 6 3 9 9 Florida: Deputy Clerk September, A D. 1976 at !
ii; ;;., shot you cut will t to id kill' A Portion of the SW-4 of the 9/16/ 4 tchg 10/7 Starke Florida ,
;) D I J, '"'( :!II Crepe soles literal tar.t J J12. 5 10 DISCOUNT PRICE WASJh4f. SUPER LOW DISCOUNT PRICI SW1-4of Section 22, Township/\ 9/16 4 tp 107Portable
VALUE PLUS! --
1O"to b'I; VALUE 'LUS! -.. -- MEN'S COZY SWEATSHIRT MEN'S DRESS SLACKS FMMTNE41 6 South Range 22 East, as more PUBLIC SALE
) 1C.. IT FRUIT OF TilE LOOM MAKER III TIll IAT1INI Utility Sheds
SET. particularly described and
FAMOUS MIRE. STONEWAIIE ; Sealed bids will be receivedby
'FICECI 'IKIRI Kills ti tilt KJrmthMJCHIRE tip trill stiictio il, imttt .
attached hereto.Commence
DATN TOWELS, .: PUNTER .. m the City Commission of the
'r")1 22 42" SIZE h-=. WlJEIII.1I U. ... ... COOEwAAE wist COIIM pofftjttr SII. strln. city cm fifties. 10-31 at the Southwest City of Starke Florida, at the 8x16) 795M Finished Inside

1.97 1.97 6.96 corner of Southwest Quarter of City Hall until 7:00: O'Clock P.M. 8x16) Economy Model '69510x12
\
Southwest Quarter (SW1-4 of
DISCOUNT PAICf on Tuesday October 5, 1976. At
weae1.I9 J OI.COUNT PRICE 06 f J SW 1-4)), Section 22, Township/\ which time and place all bids ) '77500 Finished Inside
VAlUE PLUS! 12 "'$) / 4 N. 6 South Range 22 East, and run received will be publicly opened
II 4I thence North a distance of 500 8x10) Finished '495
i ; :
mm PLUS! I r', :, EAGLE 70% T :-_ VALUE PLUS! 3. 4.. ) feet, run thence Easterly a and described read aloud land on the following

.-.1C112'..." a 1 GRANULAR I 1 T-PC. WOVEN gSIYE / ..'1" distance of 50 feet, more or less THAT PORTION: OF THE OLIN'S MOBILE HOMEHwy
COTTON KNIT ''t If CHLORINE, I ""'''.n.' a WOOD! STUD PRICE WAS314IIYMCLTNS '" N1 to the Easterly right of way line
WESTERLY 18 FEET OF CLARK
I "ZZ-HS&I "' J-1.. 'r 100 Slant 9645606MISCELLANEOUS
I' 'I! BOWL SET S WISMIIU.OPSICI of Old Lawtey Road and point of
G'i ff 17LOS. 96v IXFORIS WITN CREPE SOLES )Y .t\.: I C] Ill.ITOF11iE I,oo..y beginning STREET (FORMERLY ADAMS
.OO 88 2. \ =: STREET), LYING EASTERLYOF
i 'rUII"'lhl' tiopsaci "nlivniti low l -r-
DISCOUNT PRICE ; 1 DISCOUNT PRICI I 'j DISCOUNT PAlet cmors. cnhiMed. J n. ri A fli' of thus ADJACENT TO, AND
From
beginning
r' c:.. f'. d }n ) point CONTIGUOUS WITH, THE
the
described run Easterly along
KelJs ... "" EASTERLY BOUNDARY OF UNION SEPTIC TANK
r- ( I of line of
Northerly
v::f L ".. right way BLOCK 5 1-2 OF ORIGINAL DIRT HAILING: &
( :
-
Lamar Street a distance of 100
... 1ig TOWN OF STARKE AS PER LANDSCAPING: Cal any
.. VAlUE
""" ........ PLUS! VALUE '! feet, run thence Northerly and .
-:: ..... PLAT THEREOF RECORDEDIN tlm. for timatta, 431-101-1
parallel with Old Lawtey Road a
Rl C DEED BOOK N, PAGE 759 or 43MM1. 9/9 4teh. 9/30
I S'ALT'f'oJiE' 98e:: IOYS' COTTON HNOERWURY distance of 100 feet, run thence
ulaal OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF ----- -------
FRUIT IF TNI LOIN
il Westerly and parallel with Lamar
tli'cRt'3 t SUPER LOW DISCOUNT PRICEDOTS' .
BRADFORD
J.z: : COUNTY.
.1 '*' -! Taped Ntt Hurts.. 3/2.69 Street a distance of 100 feet to TRICK: TOPPERS MADETO
NO-IRON POCKET FLORIDA.The .
VALUES TIt .... T-SHIRTS IN FIN COLORS ElntK wart t ornls. 32.49 the Easterly right of way line of said City reserves the ol Lawtcjr ORDER an 2 1/2 Hwy milaa 301.N.

sin 2.00 SlVE 14 n"to PoI etetcenN CMWS wt it, IM Old Lawtey Road, run thence right to accept or reject any or all G.arr> F. MeK....... 9/16
3 8 8 fryer rimy lor' ictiot bin"11. Southerly along the Easterly bids. zip 9/23
TOUR right of way line of Old Lawtey
ZRgg $i''
ggg 9g4:: CITY COMMISSION OF
CHOICE SUPeAIOw DISCOUNT PRICIVIIROYAL CITY ------------
Road a distance of 100 feet
DISCOUNT MICE w..sJJ.n"ISCOUNT. PRICE w..sJ-M" DISCOUNT PRICB WAS UJt tf AND BETS BECK t: ). SlVE 1.00 more or less to point of OF STARKE. FLORIDABy PRESCHOOL TUTORINGreading .

IIILTEITITIIEFIOOREMPIUIS t LIS. FERTILIZER: l-l-l WORTZ SALTINE CRACKERSARETNIN'NCRISPIN4 SHOES FIR MEN, WOMEN MISSES' RIIIEI' l.d.; ..: beginning.has : Merrill Edwards, City Clerk lad wrltl... ago. 3-
lint trimls. treat CiskiMIt 9/16 2 tchg 9/23 5. Moe.-Wed., 912. C.IISMM-
IN LUSH FLOWIR 0-1-1, CITRUS t AVOCAOO, uveis 101% POLYESTER / been filed against you
MINTS TWIN IN FULL SIZE GARDENIA UALEA IXORA WRAPPH SECTIONS 1 LI. I KOI MSOll. SIlO J 111. 5 10 i TOPP1NOS/ I ROSCOE BELLAMY and ROSA 7521. 9/16 2tchf 9/23
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-. "" f MANY STYLES LEE BELLAMY,his wife and
you
1.aLUI 1.--
PLUS! ." ?lJ { ; i;: SAVE !O" ffj 4IIl 1.962. ,'\- are required to serve a copy of NOTICE REGISTER OF INTENTIONTO THORNTON Wil pay up to ISO SALVAGE.cash or

\ "!' I ';:-" 1if:1\' 'M VICKS' SINEI y", E your written defenses, if any, tot mora. for any whakt car la
I wU.JM"
r FICTITIOUS NAME
WATIRPR06FYIIYl 4. \ !I '
't. NASAL SPRAT : .r.. on 'the plaintiff's attorney, your yard. Can 9646243dajrllm
.... Pursuant to Section 866.09
TARPS "
, .liT.. FT_.2.17 ......1'f' S ax', 97 C r .' g I m a ''J\\ In.3.1 I-\ } Mack S. Futch P.O. Drawer grven Florida that Statutes the ,undersigned notice Is .....1..9/16. 4tp 10/7

"nu -:::- ., !' -' 1tn>, Starke, Florida 32091. and
w..sJK 1} 1 ) __" 'rS file the original with/\/ the clerk of Edward Roberts. P.O. Box) 288, GUNS FOR SALE-Z2'i.25'a
Lawtey. and Marcus Norman 38'a sold. .
at Dahaiar'a
> SAYE VALUE PLUS! Vi ) SAYE tax the above styled court on or P.O. Box 288 .
-__ ) Starke, FL are Dltcouat. tfch'
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_
._- VALUE .US! ,. P (7. _____ rlrsp' i + rl before October 15 1976.: doing busmen under the firm

5Nun 11m SlVE 24"to' 8 44 IN son-1'''' I, j, I' 1 9 6 otherwise a judgement for the may relief be name of "BRADFORD SOFA CHAIR SETS. ...
I \ !t." X .III n. SAVE 22"to PREWASNEI entered against you PLUMBING CO., 105 E. ssl..t D.b...'. Dlaeauat.
DISCOUNT MICEWAS.L4r' : DISCOUNT PRICI w, ). demanded in the complaint or
SISAL NIPS 1.19 COMMIT tfchl'
Madison St., Starke R, Intendsto
I 3 8 C ."NIGN, WORK HITS WITH f t emzEi IANO PRINT petition. register laid fictitious
2.97 D'SCOUNTPIICw..Sur' 4 96 I name
SA/ETT-RII. NEIPREIS SOLE IIn..TUllnn
WITNESS my hand and the NAME BRAND
under the
DISCOUNT PRICI WASjtMCLOSEIP \ provisions of aforesaid
DISCOUNT roe NEAII SNOULIERSSHAMPOO Mea..,tr mil opptrs ino KIM DISCOUNT PRICE I "fat yaw trf 00. fci. 1 b. seal of said court on Sept. 14, WATCHES. tram IU.9S up
4-OZ.TIIIE TOOTHPASTE 2.T IZ. Ml prittctiN TM. tins 712. ..n"ENlN Cl PISSHRS 114EAGLE.THE 1976. Gilbert S. BrownAs statute.Edward Roberts and Marcus at Dahmar'a Diaro at. tfchj'


FAMILY DISCOUNT CONVENIENT STORES 312 MADISON ST. I CIGARETTES Pack Reg 8 Kings Super 100's r_ By Clerk: Marion of said McRaeAs Court Norman Dated this, joint 2 day owner of September. FOR SALE 1172 Head

Opa>ncf ily St'tllB. Sun fy 'tile 964-7513 49' S484CartonS47Jarton Deputy Clerk A.D. 1976 at Starke. Florida JSOce. GOOD SHAPE. I37S.
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SECTION 10. Retention Election and terms.a .-- (f) Upon recommendation of two-thirds of the members of the judicial

PROPOSED qualifications commission, the supreme court may order that the justiceor

(( ) Any justice of the supreme court or any judge of a district court judge be disciplined by appropriate reprimand, or be removed from

of appeal may quality_ retention oy a vote ot the electors in the office with termination of compensation for willful or persistent failure .
general election next e expiration fire term in e manner 'I
preceding
: to perform his duties or for other conduct unbecoming a member of the
CONSTITUTIONAL prescribed by law. It a justice or jugga is ineligible or fails to !1
qualify f or retention a vacancy shall exist in that office upon the judiciary demonstrating a present unfitness to hold office, or be involun ,
expiration or the term being served by tna justice or judge. when a tarily retired for any permanent disability that seriously interferes with J

justice of-the supreme court or a_ judge of a district cour of appeal so the performance of his duties. Mala/idea, et' enter or moral turpitude on .
qualities. the ballot shall read substantially as follows t "Snail the ,
AMENDMENTSTo part of justice or judge shall not be 'required for removal fromoffice
Justice (or Judge! (name or justice or judge of'the name ot the court)
of a justice or judge whose conduct demonstrates a unfitnessto
be retained in office?" If a majority or the qualified electors voting present
within the territorial jurisdiction or the cour vote to retain fcne hold office. After the filing of a formal proceeding and upon request ;V]

i'ustlce or judge shall bei retained tor a term ot six ears commencing on the commission, the supreme court may suspend the justice or judge 1"1"of '
Be Voted On November 2 1976 Tuesday. after the first Monday in January following the general from office, with or without compensation, pending final determination .
election. If .a majority of the qualified electors voting within trie of the inquiry.
territorial jurisdiction. oF- vote ., ,
the cour to not retain, a vacancy ahall

,', exist in that office upon th e expiration of the term being served by the (g) The power of removal conferred by this section shall be both ,,Y

NOTICE OF ELECTIONS justice or judge. alternative and cumulative to the power of impeachment and to the J:

((b) Circuit judges_ and within of county courts shall be elected by power of suspension by the governor and removal by the senate. !
vote of the qualified electors the territorial jurisdiction orjbheir
: respective cour s. The terms or circuit judges .shall be for six (h) Notwithstanding any of the foregoing provisions of this section,
WHEREAS\ The people pursuant to Article XI years The terms of judges of county courts shall _e for four years. if the person who is the subject of proceedings by the judicial qualifications

Section 3 of the Constitution of the State of commission is a justice of the supreme court of Florida all justicesof
4a}---l..Ee.leN.Aiieee.ft.ee.heii8eei..ee
Florida have petitioned to have -8y-.ee-ef such court automatically shall be disqualified to sit as justices of such
an amendment to .aif-eieeee.s--.hft--.he--.ie..i--edieeieft--ef--ehei.; --e --their t
court with respect to all proceedings therein such and
the concerning person
Constitution 3
of the State of Florida submitte lwe..e.-ee..e.
the court for such, shall be
supreme purposes composed of a panel consistingof
;;,to the electors at the General Election to be held l 4b-.qRMB.--Whe-teems-et-e44-fsetlsee-et-the-sspreme-easier-edges-ef the seven chief judges of the judicial circuits of the state of Florida
on November 2 1976 and .'.e.'ee-ee..e.-ef-e..eei-eft.-e-;.. es-.haii-8e-fe.-e'-ye..e.--
; e.-ef-ee.ftey-ee..ee-eheii-8e-fe.-fe.-ye..e. most senior in tenure judicial office as circuit judge. For purposes of

determining seniority of such circuit judges in the event there be judgesof

WHEREAS the Legislatures of 1975 and 1976 SECTION 11. Vacancies equal tenure in judicial office as circuit judge the judge or judges

passed Joint Resolutions proposing amendments to from the lower numbered circuit or circuits shall be deemed senior. In
(a) The governor shall fill each vacancy on the supreme court or on a
the Constitution of the State of Florida and district court of appeal by appointing tor a term ending on the tii'sE the event any such chief circuit judge is under investigation by the judicial
did Tuesday after the first Monday in January of the year following the next qualifications commission or is otherwise disqualified, or unable to
they determine and direct that the said Joint
general election occurring at least one year after the date of serve on the panel, the next most senior chief circuit judge or judges \ I
Resolutions be submitted to the electors of the _appointment_ __ one of three persons nominated"py the appropriate judiciaT shall serve in place of such disqualified or disabled chief circuit judge

State of Florida at the General Election to beheld nominating comiriiaaion/ ,\

on November 2 1976 ; (bile) f The governor shall fill each vacancy on a circuit court or on
i, a county court a4eiaiee by appointing for a term ending on tho

first Tuesday after the first Monday in January of the year following the (i) SCHEDULE TO SECTION It.-
imTHEREFORE. I BRUCE A. SMATHERS next primary and general election, one of not fewer than three persons

Secretary of State of the State of Florida do nominated by the appropriate judicial nominating commission. An election ((1)) The terms of office of the present members of the judicial qualifi-
shall be held to fill that judicial office for the term of the office
hereby give notice that a General Election will beginning at the end of the appointed term. cations commission shall expire on January 1, 1975 and new members

be held in each County in Florida on the First shall be appointed to serve the following staggered terms: *".
1(e.1.). The nominations shall be made within thirty days froM the
Tuesday after the First Monday in* November which a. 4*. Group I.-The terms of five members
occurrence of a vacancy unless the period is extended by the governor fora composed of two electors
date is November 2. 1976 for the ratification or time not to exceed thirty days. The governor shall msvt mate the as set forth in s. 12a)(31( ) of Article V, one member of the bar of

rejection of the Initiative and Joint Resolutions appointment within sixty days after the nominations have"b'een certifiedto Florida ai set forth in s. 12a(2)( ) ( ) of Article V, one judge from the ,
him.
district courts of appeal and one circuit judge as set forth in s. 12a( ) ((1))
amendments to the Constitution of the
proposing of Article V shall
expire on December 31. 1976.
(MHb There shall be a separate judicial nominating commission asprovided
State of Florida viz :
; by general law for the supreme court, each district court of b. -ft) Group II.-The terms of four members, composed of one '

Article II, Section 8 is created to read: elector as set forth in s. 12a(3)( )( ) of Article V, one member of the bar .'
Ethics in Government-A public office is a public trust. The people shall have appeal, and each judicial circuit for all trial courts within the of Florida as set forth in s. 12a(2)( )( ) of Article V, one circuit judge and '= f II)

the right to secure and sustain that trust against abuse.To assure this right: circuit.BE one county judge as set forth in s. 12al( )( ) of Article V shall expireon

(a) All elected constitutional officers and candidates for such offices and, as December 31, 1978.e. .
IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the following statement be placed on the
may be determined by law, other public officers, candidates, and employeesshall ballot
file full and public disclosure of their financial Interests.b 4ef Group III.-The terms of four members, composed of two

( ) All elected public officers and candidates for such offices shall file full and CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT electors as set forth in s. 12a(3)( )( ) of Article V, one judge from the

public disclosure of their campaign finances. ARTICLE V, SECTIONS 3. 10, 11 district courts of appeal and one county judge as set forth in s. 12al( ) ( )
(c) Any public officer or employee who breaches the public trust for private Proposing an amendment to the State Constitution to provide that each of Article V, shall expire on December 31, 1080.
gain and any person or entity inducing such breach shall be liable to the state appellate district shall have at least one supreme court justice selected
for all financial benefits obtained by such actions. The manner of recovery and from the district to the supreme court and that justices of the supreme ((2)) The 1976 amendment to section 12: of Article V, if submitted' at a
additional damages may be provided by law. court and judges of district courts of appeal submit themselves for special election, shall take effect upon approval by the electors of Florida
(d) Any public officer or employee who is convicted of a felony involving a retention or rejection by the electors in a general election every six provteed herein md the povinioni .t tJH t4 xhedul t.a.U cake effect J-y-
breach of public trust shall be subject to forfeiture of rights and privileges years, and that failure to submit to a vote for retention or rejection, ,J 9.....
be or a vote of rejection by the electors, will result in a vacancy in the
under a public retirement system or pension plan in such manner as may
office upon expiration of the current term and to provide that the BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED I
provided by law that in accordance with the require- !
(e) No member of the legislature or statewide elected officer shall personally governor appeal by appointing fill vacancies person on the nominated supreme court by the or on appropriate a district court judicial of ments of section 101.161 Florida Statute, the substance of the ({

represent another person or entity for compensation before the governmentbody nominating commission for a term ending on the first Tuesday after the ment proposed herein shall appear on the ballot as followa: ,
or agency of which the individual was an officer or member for period of first Monday in January of the year following the next general election Proposing :
;
two years following vacation of office. No member of the legislature shall per- occurring at least one year after the date of appointment.Filed an amendment to Section 12 of Article V of tho amend'J'J
sonally represent another person or entity for compensation during term of stitution to provide that proceedings before the judicial

office before any state agency other than judicial tribunals. Similar restrictionson in Office Secretary of State June 3, 1976. commission shall be confidential until the filing of formal charges

other public officers and employees may be established by law.f a justice or judge with the Clerk of the Supreme; Court, to

( ) There shall be an independent commission to conduct investigations and judicial qualifications commission to make available all information in its

make public reports on all complaints concerning breach of public trust by public ? House Joint Resolution No. 1709A possession upon request of the Speaker of the House of Representatives ;'I! .
officers or employees not within the jurisdiction of the judicial qualifications or the Governor, to provide that improper motive shall rot be
required
commission.g JOINT RESOLUTION proposing an amendment to Section 12 of for removal
( ) This section shall not be construed to limit disclosures and prohibitionswhich Article V of the State Constitution relating to discipline removal and of a justice or judge whose conduct demonstrates unfitness
may be established by law to preserve the public trust and avoid conflicts retirement of justices and judges. i- to hold office, and to provide for service on the Supreme Court by, ceVtain >. .
between public duties and private interests.h chief judges; of the judicial circuits, rather than justices" the Supreme \ J

( ) Schedule-On the effective date of this amendment and until changed by Belt Resolved by the Legislature of the State Florida: Court, when the judicial qualifications commission has undertaken pro-

law: ceedings against a justice of the Supreme Court.
((1)) Full and public disclosures of financial interests shall mean filing with the That the amendment to Section 12 of Article V of the State Constitu
secretary of state by July 1 of each year a sworn statement snowing net worth tion set forth below is agreed to and shall be submitted to the electorsof Filed in Office Secretary of State May 30, 1075.

and Identifying each asset and liability in excess of$1,000 and its value together Florida for approval or rejection at the general election to be heldin

with one of the following: November 1976, or, if authorized by three-fourths of the membershipof
a. A copy of the person's most recent federal income tax return; orb each house of the legislature, at a special election to be held Maroh Committee Substitute for House Joint Resolution No. 3482
A sworn statement which identifies each separate source and amount of
9,1976: A JOINT RESOLUTION proposing amendment to Section 3 and and
income which exceeds 51000. The forms for such source disclosure and the
the creation of Section 16 of Article VII of the State
rules under which they are to be filed shall be prescribed by the independent ARTICLE V Constitution relating to the valuation and taxation of
commission established in subsection (If), and such rules shall include disclosure property lying within certain community redevelopment areas
of secondary sources of income. SECTION 12. Discipline; removal and retirement.a .- and to the financing of, and Issuance of honrts for, certain
(2)) Persons holding statewide elective offices shall also file disclosure of their community redevelopment projects.
financial interests pursuant to subsection (h) ((1)). ( ) There shall be a judicial qualifications commission vested with
WHEREAS it is found and declared that there exist in counties and
((3)) The independent commission provided for in subsection (f) shall mean the jurisdiction to investigate and recommend to the Supreme Court of Flor- municipalities of the state slum and hliqhtert areas which constitute a

Florida Commission on Ethics. ida the removal from office of any justice or judge whose conduct, during serious and growing menace, injurious to the public health safety
term of office or otherwise occurring on or after November 1, 1966, (with- morals, and welfare of the residents of the state and

out regard to the effective date of this section demonstrates
) a present WHEREAS the prevention and elimination of slums and
blight throuqh
Committee Substitute for Senate Joint Resolutions No. 49 and 81 unfitness to hold office, and to investigate and recommend the reprimandof community redevelopment plans, adopted for community redevelopment

A JOINT RESOLUTION proposing an amendment to Sections 3, 10 and a justice or judge whose conduct, during term of office or otherwise concern purposes,andWHEREAS are found and declared to he matters of state policy and

11 Article V of the State Constitution, to provide for the occurring on or after November 1, 1966 (without regard to the effective
selection and retention and terms of justices of the supreme date of this section), warrants such a reprimand. The commission shall it is found and declared that such community redevelopment
court and judges of district courts of appeal and for the be composed of: purposes include
filling of vacancies in such offices.Be .
((1)) Two judges of district courts of appeal selected by the judgesof ((1)) The clearance, replanning, reconstruction conservation, or
*
rehabilitation of residential or nonr-sl ential slum blighted
of the State of Florida or areas
It Resolved by the Legislature those courts, two circuit judges selected by the judges of the circuit contributing to the spread of (disease and crime, constituting iin economicor

That the following amendments to Sections 3, 10 and 11 of Article V of courts and two judges of county courts selected by the judges of those impairing social sound liability orowth contributing and fo a decrease in the tax base, or

the State Constitution are hereby agreed to and shall be submitted to the courts;

electors of this state for approval or rejection at the general electionto ((2) The resale of such property to any private person or entity or
((2)) Two electors who reside in the state who members of the
19761 are
be held in November the resale or gift of such property to any public or governmental entity
bar of Florida, and who shall be chosen by the governing body of the NOW, THEREFORE,
ARTICLE V bar of Florida; and
JUDICIARYSECTION
3. Supreme court-- ((3) Five electors who reside In the state, who have never held judicial
Be It Resolved by the Legislature of the State of Florida
office or been members of the bar of Florida, and who shall be appointedby
(la) ORGANIZATION.--The supreme court shall consist of seven justices.Of .
the That the amendments to Sections 3 and
least governor.b B and the creation of Section Ifi
shall hav..t one
district
the seven ustices, each appellate
of Article VII of the State Constitution set forth below are agreed to
justice la resident elected ot the or district appointed aE-tTe from the time district of Ma original to the supreme appointment court who oF ( ) The members of the judicial qualifications commission shall serve and shall be submitted to the electors of Florid for approval or
it rejection at the general election to be held in November 1">76iARTICLP
election? Five justices shall constitute a quorum. The concurrence ot staggered terms, not to exceed six years, as prescribed by general law.
four justices shall be necessary to a decision. When recusals for cause No member of the commission except a justice or judge shall be eligible

would prohibit the court from convening because of the requirements of for state judicial office so long as he is a member of the commission and VII
' this section judges assigned to temporary duty may be substituted for for a period of two years thereafter. No member of the commission shall FINANCE Ain TAXATION

justices hold office in a political party or participate in any campaign for judicial SECTION 3. Taxes exemptions.a ,--

(Ib) JURISDICTION.--The supreme court office or hold public office; provided that a judge may participate in his ( ) All property owned bv a municipality and used exclusively by it
own campaign for judicial office and hold that office. The commissionshall for murj tpal or public purposes shall be exempt from taxation. A

((1)) Shall hear appeals from final judgments of trial courts imposingthe el ct one of its members as its chairman municipality owning property outside the municipality may be requiredby
death penalty and from orders of trial courts and decisions of general law to make payment to the taxing unit in which the propertyis
district courts of appeal initially and directly passing on the validityof (c) Members of the judicial qualifications commission not subject to located. Such portions of property rellninus as are charitable used predominately for
educational literary, scientific or purposes may
a state statute or a federal statute or treaty, or construing a impeachment shall be subject to removal from the commission pursuantto be exempted by general law from taxation.b .
provision of the state or federal constitution the provisions of Article IV, Section 7, Florida Constitution
( ) There shall he exempt from taxation, cumulatively, to every head
((2)) When provided by general law shall hear appeals from final of a family residing in this state, hnunchold nooil and personal effectsto
judgments and orders of trial courts imposing life imprisonment or final the value fixed bv neneral law, not less than one thousand dollars,
judgments entered in proceedings for the validation of bond or (d) The commission shall adopt rules regulating its proceedings, the and to every widow or person who is blind or totallv and permanently
certificates of indebtedness. filling of vacancies by the appointing authorities, the disqualification of disabled, property to the value fixed *y general law not less than five

members, and the temporary replacement of disqualified or incapacitated hundred dollars.

(3) May review by class certiorari of constitutional any decision or of state a district officers court, tat: of members. The commisdon' rues: or any part thereof, may be repealed by (e) When authorised and a.* defined' ty general law rasped by a twothirds -
that affects
pastes question a certified by a district court of appeal to be of general law enacted by a 111nj"rity"l'te of the membership of each houseof vote or the membership 0! each house, any community redevelopment'
upon a Plan as approved the elected for anch total
ny governing htvy may' provide
great public interest, or that is in direct conflict with a decision of the legislature, or by the supreme court, five justices concurring. or partiaVexempt ion from taxation to ho given to the improvements on
any district court of appeal or of the supreme court on the same questionof After e ve. mm law, and any interlocutory order passing upon a matter which upoi. }edge, 4h. iseeed eI eke peeeecwhiage be4eee tit. twnweisaise ,4io3 Ita .
final Judgment would be directly appealable to the supreme court and ma;, for such period or periods ef time, net exceeding twenty-five years In'any f
of certiorari to commissions established by general la. public'i Until formal charges against/ a justice or judge are filed by In.tance.
issue writs
the commission with the dark of th. supreme court of Florida all proceedings
having statewide jurisdiction. by or before the commission shall be confidential; provided, how SECTION e. Taxation ......ment.--Iy general law regulations shall
be prescribed which shall secure a just valuation of all for ad
(ql) !May issue writs of prohibition to courts and commission it. ever, upon a finding of probable cause and the filing by the commission valorem taxation provided property
causes within the Jurisdiction of the supreme court to review, and all with said clerk of each formal charges against a justice or judge such

writs necessary to the complete exercise of its jurisdiction.i charges and all further proceedings before the commission shall be public. (a) Agricultural land or land used exelualvely P1or non-co nerci.l
recreational purposes may be classified by generallaw and assessed
( ) Hay issue writs of mandamus and quo warranto to state officers The commission may with seven members concurring recommend to the solely on the basis of character or u...
and state agencies supreme court the temporary suspension of any justice or judge against
whom formal charge are pending..ed l.. the event the sxpmme tH4H (b) Pursuant to general law tangible personal property held for sale
((6)) Hay, or any justice may, issue writs of habeas corpus returnable wep.nde welt; tu.MWe w' fltdg'ot a 4 pHCee.I..ce before l tie e.meliseiee eel as percentage stock in of trade its and value livestock may be valued for taxation at a specified

before the supreme court or any justice, a district court of appeal or hearings fcH fee pwbiie. Otharwioo, .u proeoedinge bofon the _

any Judge thereof, or any circuit Judge. mimi.... sHU he _1*4d> 4ii$l wvttjee mmenJi.. 4* Oiled with the (c) Pursuant to general law passed by a two-thirds vote of thesiembership
or each house, real property within a community redevelopment
((7)) Shall have tho power of direct review of administrative acticr. elefU e4 the euMm. ..iM4 mm-.liAgo removal .* public f'81H'I .. area may be valued for taxation'at the value or the land, exclusive of
prescribed by general law. wMeb time suck )peeeeedeite hW become pubUs eeoi-d. improvements.for the year'Immediately prior to redevelopment T riucfi
period or periods oc time, not to exceed twenty-rive yesri-anO upon sucrtrme
clerk and (e) The commission shall have access to all information from all e conditions and restrictions as may be prescribed by'general law,
court shall appoint a a
(Ic) CLERK AND MARSHAL.--The supreme executive and judicial agencies
.nd legislative including grand furies, subjectto
office ple..ure SECTION t6. Financing of community redevelopment projects.
marshal whosuchhadutie .. the court directhe.. Their compensation: shall be the rules of the comn1 lIon.: At any time, on request of the speaker of i

p.rform fixed by general l.w. The marshal shall have the power to execute the the house of representatives or the :governor, the commission shall make ,

a .. of the court throughout the .tate purposen any county may deputizethe available aU information in the possession of the commission for use inconsideration Continued On Next Page
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Charlie Flynn and John dvlslon singles champ Cliff Sandi Bach and Candy says this year's Starke Open who played in the pen two

Watson combined efforts Lawson and Bob Langer, who tbstello drew a record number ofparticlpan years ago.Howard.

SUnday afternoon to team up was unable to compete due to Lynn Pierce and Judy Is. He said about 30
trL for a first place finish In the injury. Williams joined forces to take persons played in the tourney, estimated the I
I nwn's 18 and over division of The men's 18 and over the championship trophy in this year and noted that the crowd attending Sunday's
the third annual Starke Open division championship match the girls 13 to 17 division figure was more than double doubles championships! at
r Tennis Tournament doubles came at the end of Sunday's Sunday, defeating Merri the number of competitors about 50 persons

championship at the Starke doubles] competition which U-msbee and Pam Tucker in a
'"uNM4Mr Golf and Country Club courts. saw challengers] vying for first three set ter. Third Party VP To Sneak Here I
place trophies Ina total of four Miss Pierce and Miss ., -- -

Flynn] and Watson captured divisions.In Williams rallied from a 2-6 setback American Party Vice- theatres. He Is president of a

the doubles champaionship In the first set to pick up Presidential] candidate Rufus tomato growing company and
fir men with a two set victory, the women's 18 and over the win on 6-1 and 6-3 scores in S1ackelford will hold a press serves on numerous

64. 6-4. over Jerry McGrltJ division, Melba Howard and the final two sets. conference open to the public agriculture boards in Florida,
and Johnny Hobbs late Hlalmar McMillan combined In the boys 13 to 17 division, at the Telegraph] office California and Texas.
w Sunday afternoon fir a 6-2, 6-1 finals victory over Steve Griffis and John Tuesday, September 28.
McGriff and Hobbs earned a Kathy Casey and Faye Samonscomblned efforts for a The American Party's Lawtey 4.11 Club

berth in the title match with a Johnson. two set victory, on identical 6- candidates will be on the To Meet S4>pt. 27

semi-finals win over George The women's division 3 scores, over Chub Johnson F10rida ballot In November as The Lawley 4-H Club will
Pierce and Grover Howard. championship team had and Randy Crews. result of a petition to place bold Its first meeting of the
Ibbbs and McGriff took three defeated Donna Gruen and Johnson and Crews won third party candidates on the new 4-11 year on Monday,
sets to down their semifinals Joyce Sanderson, 6-1 and 6-0 their semi-finals match by bollo1. September 'Z1, at 3:15: p.m in

opponents on scores of 6-2, 2-6, in earlier semi-finals action blanking Joey Herres and Shackelford, a native of the Lawtey Elementary
and 63. while Kathy Casey and Faye Robbie Pierce 6-0. 60. Wauchua] attended the School] Cafeteria.
Flynnand] Watson won their Johnson earned a berth In the Grover Howard University of Florida and All interested young people

senll-finals match by forfeit championship match with a 6- tournament co.sponsor along served during WW II in the (grades 3-12)) and adults are
over last weekend' mens 4, 6-2 semi-flnas] win over with his wife Melba Howard, EUropean and Pacific invited to attend

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connection with the \lIgust 22 store clerks lolled at the ZIPPY Richard Lawrence Kirchaine, sox lose l D ,

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I CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS Continued
PROPOSED e e e e e e e e e e e e e e e e e .

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that in accordance with the requirements of House Joint Resolution No. 291 '
(fa) 14hpn "rnv1rlp ,hv_ npn..r..l law passed by 1'1' t"n-t"ird." votpo- # the section 101.161 Florida Statutes, the substance of the amendment
mom eb-rsli of eachous a va nrpm ax eo .e on9 e..x nn proposed herein shall appear on the ballot as follows A JOINT RESOLUTION proposing the creation of Section U of Article
aut O..lt n t.. taxln" unit within which t h.. common t rp eve 0 ment X of the State Constitution relating to state retirement systems.
project tq oeatp, rxcee In" ac valorem tax co actions rO.lle' at t h.' Proposes an amendment to Article VII of the State Constitution to

rate n tax levy each year v .uco taxing ant or ty unon_ the as..e.e. provide a new Section 16 which authorizes the issuance of revenue bonds Btl It Resolved bvthe Legislature 0/ the State 01 Florida:
va iation o. taxi r ro prt within each eommun t r. eve 0 merit area as to finance or refinance housing and related facilities in Florida,
reflected n t.. ust va ue tax ro exist n" prior to e adoption secured primarily by pledged revenues at least equal to the annual bond That the creation of Section 14 of Article] X of the State Constitution set
the overnln oc 0 t.r taxlnQ aut or t o t e enl'tJ1lun t re eve 0 rent pay ents. Limiting the bonds which may be outstanding in one fiscal forth below is
agreed to and shall be submitted to the electors of Florida]
an ma e allocated tn an use v a community rpc eve 0 rent agency to year, to $100,000,000.
for approval or rejection at the ] election be
finance nr re inance pac community re eve opmrnt project.Ib general to held in November
Filed in Office Secretary of State June 14, 1976. 1976:
( ) Community" redevelopment projects a" may he authorized hy n"neral
law Senate Joint Resolution No. 266A ARTICLE X
mw :

((1)) hedevelnr property for residential recreational commercial" or JOINT RESOLUTION proposing an amendment to Article II ot the MISCELLANEOUSSECTION
industrial Us..s(2) / State Constitution, adding section 8, prohibiting by July 1 ,
1978 and thereafter, the number ot full-time salaried state 14. State retirement systems benefit changes.-A governmental -

( ) 'caniirn nrn ert h rminrnt" domain 'h an city, count or employees from exceeding one percent ot the state population ] unit responsible for any retirement or pension system supported

authority cr"ate1, v nenrra or special 1" '' aWl an' estimate prohibiting the number of part-time state employees in whole Or In part by public funds shall not after January I, 1977. provide
from exceeding ten percent of the tul1-time employees.BQ .
any increase in the benefits to the members or beneficiaries of such
( ") pp'O.11 or trl1n"flpr 'O'e" pro prtv to any private rerson pursuant system unless such unit has made
It Resolved by the Legislature of the State ot Florida or concurrently makes provision for
criteria tie
to as may esta IS'" 'y neneral law.n .
the funding of the increase In benefits on a sound actuarial basis.

( ) ("o"n.v" rnrlew.lonment! mans a" ms y "e authorized ,by n"neral law That the following amendment to Article II ot the State Constitution
sh'111 : is hereby agreed to and shall be submitted to the electors of this state BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that in accordance with the requirements
for approval or rejection at the general election to be held in November of section 11>1.161, Florida] Statutes, the substance of the amendment pro-

((11 rentalr'e 'lndinn" and d..rmin"ttnns Of' the elected nnvrnineihndythat 1976. posed herein shall appear on the ballot as follows:

t I'.. c"'Intv" '' re<1..ploo.pn. area is' a sly'' or hli""tp," area
aro. :... ARTICLE II Proposing to add Section 14 to Article X of the State Constitution to
GENERAL PROVISIONS provide that increases in the benefits payable under governmental
SECTION 8. State 1 1978 and thereafter the any sup-
emp10yees.--By July ,
((2)) .nntlI t'" ', ."Ii"n" anc' ,erminatinns. af' tp, elected nrverninbrdy ported
retirement
system after January 1 1977 be funded the
number of full-time salaried state employee., excluding officers elected fully by goy
.t th._ p"mruritvrrvr a".rt a".nev a'O a easibTe method or
by popular vote and persons appointed to fill such offices, shall not ernmental unit.
Iar n nc I.P r nla-orer oug ng kor r Dca on of persons
exceed one percent ot the official estimate of the state population for
i
trmi "ran y or -+"rm.l"pnt If' q" acTfrom ouainn rar.1' It P" within fieecnrrunity
re, <""e oprent,. irpa.d the preceding year and the number of part-time state employees shall not Filed in Office Secretary of State June 2, 1975.
exceed ten percent of the full-time employees, but the governor, with the

( I ,,- ,'rq II' 0 each "nusn' district approve additional positions to meet emergencies for the duration of the
any runic 1 ps; Ity, count or Senate Joint Resolution No. 999A
authority createt by 'nerdl nr special law ,may issue revenue honds_ emergency.BE
secured" soled >If a nleinp, r 'n a ably 'rom' tax revenues derived JOINT RESOLUTION proposing an amendment to Article] IV of the
IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the following statement be placed on the
f, pursuant to ghgectinn': it to lra"C"I! or) y.fjnance community ballot State Constitution, adding section 10, authorizing the creation of a

capitol] and mansion commission.Be .
redevelopment project, within the community" : redevelopment. area from which CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT

such taxes were derive.Br ARTICLE II It Resolved bll the Legislature 0/ the State Florida:

of Proposing an amendment to the State constitution to prohibit by July
IT rt'R'I'I'F.P RESOLVED that in accordance with of the requirements the amendments 1 1975 and thereafter, the number ot full-time salaried state employees, That the following amendment to Article IV of the State Constitution
section 11)1.161 Florida Statutes, the substance
proposed herein shall on the ballot as follows excluding officers elected by popular vote and persons appointed to fill is hereby agreed to and shall be submitted to the electors of this state for
appear such offices from exceeding one percent ot the official estimate ot the approval or rejection at the general election to be held In November 1976:

Propos.na amendments to Sections 3 and 4 and the creation of Section state population for the preceding year, and prohibit the number of part-
time state employ.es from exceeding ten percent of' the full-time ARTICLE IV
16 of Article VII of the State Constitution authorizing tax exemptions
but the with the approval of three members of the
,
and assessments at less than just valuations for purposes of community employees governor,
cabinet be authorized' law to additional positions to meet EXECUTIVESection
redevelopment or renewal of slum or blighted areas and authorizing the may hy approve
use of portions of the ad valorem tax revenues derived from a community" emergencies for the duration of the emergency.
10. Capitol and Mansion Commissioll.-There be created
to such may
redevelopMent proJect and the issuance of bonds pledged
revenues for the purpose of financing Or refinancing such community Filed in Office Secretary of State June Q, 1976. bll law a capitol and mansion commission with authority to establish and

redevelopment activlty. maintain a basi plan or scheme for the furnishing, decorating, and altera
Committee Substitute for Senate Joint Resolutions Nos 619 and 1398A Lion 01 the Governor's mansion and the capitol building complex, cOlIsistCllt
Filed ln Office Secretary of State June 10, 1976. with the architecture/ and the
historic
amendment to Section 18 Article and symbolic nature 01 the builtl""gs"
House JOINT RESOLUTION proposing an The term. 01 the members shall not exceed 9
Joint Resolution No. 1779 I of the Stat Constitution, to authorize the Legislature to 1/ears.

A JOINT RESOLUTION proposing an amendment to Article VII of the branch nullify and any providing rule or regulation for deferral promulgated with respect by the executive to such BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the following statement be placed

State Constitution to provide a new Section 16 relating to nullification and to provide for suspension of such rule as on the ballot:
bonds for housing and related faciliti.s
provided by law. CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT:

Be It Resolved by the Legislature of the State of Florida Be It Resolved by the Leqislature of the State of Florida ARTICLE IV

That the following addition of 16 to Article VII of the
Section to Section 18 ot Article I of the State
Constitution of the State of Florida, as an amendment to such article, is That the is following amendment and shall b. submitted to the electors Proposing an amendment to the State Constitution to authorize a
Constitution hereby agreed to
hereby agreed to and shall be submitted to the electors of Florida for of this state for approval or rejection at the general election to beheld capitol] and mansion commission with authority to establish and maintain
approval or rejection at the general election to be held in November, in November 19761 a plan for the furnishing, decorating, and alteration] of the capitol building
1976 said Section 16 to be effective immediately upon ratification by complex and the governor's mansion.
the electors I
ARTICLF I
DECLARATION or RIGHTS Filed In Office Secretary of State June 4, 1975.
SECTION 16. Bonds I for housing end related community development SECTION 18. Administrative penalti.s.--NO administrative agency shall -----
facilities.-- shall it impose any other penalty
sentence of imprisonment, nor
impose a as provided hy law. An administrative rule of an a enc of the CODING: Words In eiwek through type are deletions from existing ]law:
(laJ When authorized by law, revenue bonds may be issued without an except executive branch' may b. nullified concurrent reso ut on 0 the words in italics are additions
election to finance or refinance housing and related facilities in e rue s without or n excess o I
Florida (herein referred to s a ure on a ground a
as ) e suspended as provided y law
e elate eg s at ve authority an may
bonds on the same round however, y a ma ority vote oat e governnd IN TESTIMONY WlillREOF I have hereunto set
(Ib) The shall be secured by a pledge of and shall be payable un ac e u on my
primarily from all or any part of revenues to be derived from the ca-Efnet- sus ens on may e e erre ure to saD rove the sus ens on at hand and affixed the Great Seal of the Stat
financing, operation or sale of such facilities, mortgage or loan Le 8 ature. a ure 0 t e s a "state t e ru e.
re Florida Tallahassee
'of 'at
ea Y The
payments and any other revenues or assets that may be legally available the next reqular sass .on 8111'11' automat Capital this

for such purposes derived from sources other than ad valorem taxation, the following stat.ment be placed on the the 19 day of August A. D. 1976.
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that
Including revenues from other facilities, or any combination thereof
(herein collectively referred to as .pl.dged revenues"1.c ) ballot I .

AM rMrNTARTICLF.
( ) No bonds shall he issued unless a state fiscal agency, created by CONS-ITUTIO"AL SFCTION 18
law, has made a determination that in no state fiscal year will the debt I, State Constitution to authorize the /
the fIk7
service requirements of the bonds proposed to be issued and all other Proposing an amendment to regulation promulnat.d by /?
rule nr
bonds secured by the same pledged revenues exceed the pledged revenues Legislature to nullify or suspend any aria for %;
providing a procedure -
available law. for payment of such debt service requirements, as defined by the the deferral executive ot branch any such of state nullification government which rule or requlation is /A. r: : 2 ::

legislative authority. SbiAI11i1R[:
without or in excess ot delegated
SEAL
( )
(dl) The total bonds outstanding shall not exceed 5100,000,000 in any June 10. 1976. SECRETARY OF STATE t1 J,1a,1, '.'
om" fiscal year. Filed in Office Secretary of State .
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Tomplo Motel, 880 N. 1m take on low payment Hampton Lake, beautiful .Investment information you can get? How about this fact ,
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for -
ready
------- .balance.. Write before a Savings and Loan Associations and Commercial
Temple, Surd. *. Pkoao 964- ---- we - 3 BR Brick bo...
WW. Up 9/23 4EWING MACHINES repaired. .. For Sale Liquid chicken send truck. Joplin Piano, GARAGESALE SR 100 S. Large mobllehome - Banks are the primary source of loans for single
afl make cleaned, oUed and fertilizer tlO/toa. 6 tone to P.O. Box 103 Panama City, 1085 Neil Street lot well and septic tank.. Watch for tile size of parcel. unit dwellings.
FOR RENT Trailer laeoojUy. adjusted 7. Work guaranteed.Jame the trnck. Delivered and FL. 32401._Itp 9/23. off Alton Road our 48 A.farm will be subdivided Accordoing to the U.S. Department of Housingand
1 eh0d. .. p.,.. Strickland comer Morgan .pr... for yea. W.A. SafurdaySept. - Into. Urban Development Savings and Loan
Booth. Call Road & Hwy. 16. tfchg. Prevatt 468-1985 Hampton Very ale mobQhom with
964-4346. - Associations provided 59.. percent of the
Fla. tfehg FOR SALE 3 .baby .bode, 25 ..dltlo..1.8 acres shaded lot financing
"p 9/13 all different sires,also other 9a.m.-5p.m. 301 S. Owner financing Petal Andrews,A.."",. for single unit homes In 1972. Commercial Banks

BILL'S SAW SHOP Complete FOR SALE: Diamond needle. mine .baby. Kent. Cab 964- - 064-7739 accounted for another 27.9 percent of the total V
FOR RENT 2 br mobllokomo akarpaalag. .....Ic.. circular-- fanny etereo,over 247 dIBerent 8138 or 6779 evenings. Itchg" Connerly Estates SR16 2 ml. VER.NIEP.ODOM financing.You .
I. co..tr,. 1 child. .hand, .carbide. chain. mower one, we have them. all. Dab 923. from town .beautiful brick Reg.Broker need all the information available when
110 964-8498 Itp 9/23 blade hollow ground and mer1. Dkwount. Fred SackettREALTOR home,3BR 2B, LR. Lg.family !9644TB 964-7701. purchasing. new home. See us to make that new

............. Leave at JackaonBuUdmg room and kitchen, central air home purchase beneficial to you and your family.
FOR RENTi IX ft. wide Supply Starke ar Key- FOR SALE Riding lawnmower & heat. Paved drive
FOR SALE OR KENT No 8 hp., 36" cut. Troy
mono -
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Height Udig. ----
....00 II... outside city Starke OHke 904 9644522
qualifying. 1974. 24 a 68 Built Roto-tlller Electric BeforeYou Are "do-it-yourselfer?" The Floyd Green
a
Kmlta. 964-6114 or 473..117.Ue" 205 N. Temple US-3011( you
New blk.. home la
town, 3BR
.
3 BR 2
mobile .Ih.prlY.to
10 20 PATIO home starting. Extra Large Wheel
x COVERS: Home LR. home at 601 Call & Orange could be restored and bea
and mobile borne. '(180 oil lot 301 4 mile, 1,000 south downor olStarke Chair Hike newt], ChinaCopboard. Hampton Office 904 468-1753 quiet 2B. area C/H&A.I.r., corner lot.garage, Buy A show place. The property Is beautiful and so
Installed, (140 nninatalled. Slim Jim 6 mile South of r'
convenient to everything. The price is right.
FOR RENT 2 ''r. mobile. GATOR MOBILE HOME SERVICE rent (195 month. Call - -
komoO Gainesville 3751120. exerdxer. Phone 9645390. Starke on U 841111Hampton 2 story frame house In town, -- ---
largo lot In eeuotry_ 00. Ph. 372-6767 Gaineevttle. tlcbg Mobile
available. IS S.pt. Call 4733237 lrhgGRAPEFRUIT. _Up 9/23. -.- me ot the older one with New listing -a nice building lot on Rd. 230 on the
5 BR. 2 1/2 bath
t/2 Itehg 10 x .20!) PATIO COVER: 28900. ilenty of living area left going out to the country club.
- Home
Installed I185JM. FOR SALE Perfection -----
unlmtalled - -
Several commercial lot.
PILL with (14000. Gator Mobile Home Ga Heater. Heat four Starke. BR.l bath 115,500 01. 01 Brick veneer in city limits mid 20's with 3 BR, 1 1B

HOUSES FOR SALE Diadax, eat satisfying. meal Service. 372.9767. dc.... average room., (100 ca.h. - - See Central Heat plus AC on a large corner lot. Low
----------- and I lose weight" now extra lit
Mr. A Mrs. H.r. ,. Bethel Starke' 3 BR, 1 bath .lie. Butler 3BR, brick & a down payment.
FOR SALE 3 bedroom strength formula. Andrew Church Rd. Next to Seven 21500. Bit BIo -----
Drug. 8/26 4tp Ztchg 9/30 FOR SALE Mobile home lute I : John
frame boom, well, carport 195&....Few Iota etlD available! Day Adveotlst. lip 9/23.. Starke.3. -I -bath- _ Once In a while a real I fine home comes on the I I' ",
with workroom, .....ed lot, In aeveral. aubdlvUon Ph. 468- BR. 125,500 !S acres. frame house and barn market this is a beauty with everything you've

1.1 mlloa west .. Ralford WILL BABY SIT for any age 1551. tfdg.Orange FOR SALE Assorted Hampton---40-acre-.-(700 A. M.W. of Starke.- 473 3775 always dreamed of Brick 3 BR, JVi B, CH& A,

Rood only 13000.00 down chid .In my ...... 9644821.tfchg. gods: pea coat Cclamp, - I family room, LR, OR, kitchen with dining area,

Ph... 964-8750 .lip. ..9/23. Park Cake. wiglet gelatin mold, etc. Starke BR.l bath (24300 )eaeonably acres priced pasture JOlt land oil laundry room, office, double garage fully equipped
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Decorating Supplies, south Cal 9645273. Itp 9/23 3R18 N.W. ol town. kitchen with the finest equipment, swimming pool

FOR SALE 3 kr 110..... on on Blending. Blvd.: left on 22- paved driveway.

1 aero. Outside city Ihnlta.Reasonably LOST AND FOUNDLOST B. 1/4 mie down on left. DUE TO DIVORCE Muatacrlllee I Very nice large fr- houseon Mimosa Manor -- ---
priced. Phone Phone 264-3604. closed Sat. Singer Fntnra MOBILE HOME corner lot In town 3BR 2 20 picturesque acres out of the city cleared -

9644369 otter 8 p... Zip .M..', wallet, Bring 8/5 8t ad 9/23 for 10 percent off. Sewing Machine, like. new. PARK Wh. C/H&A large garage. Mobile Home ParkA good neighbors.
vicinity Devrkk Inc. or -----
/ZM/30 Originally (600, balance due, -
-- Stark Builder Suppliea. Nice Rae Large, well constructed block building with one
FOR SALE Yamaha. electronic 283.78 or need someone In Inside CIty Umlto 15.20 acre tract high land
Important ID'. needed Call To u. acre, zoned commercial I on Rd. 16 W additional
Bradford County to take oa paved road Graham Area
ROME FOR SALE 4 be* stage organ, excellent up Walklo8radlIn'dS'l'UlI'.
'. _*. 964-700H. Itp 9/23 Included (12 Al month. Downtown Terms. acreage can be purchased. Perfectly located for a
roe** .1 roeea.dlnlac .. condition, cover payment" per Large Loco
room kttckoai. bmly $1,200 negotiable.. Call 964- Phone 9647084.Will deliver, - Yard CanGoorbopCao. launderette.
wltk central 4. 130 Per Month Large frame house 3BR on -----
room fireplace WANTEDSARAH 5875 alter tlpd no obligation. luhg 9/23. .
b.at-alr. 9$4-S76j-t :.- All City Convenience corner lot In city very !MriBoxe* Large brick home in the heart of town on 301 which 3-
.... FOR SALE Mobile Home. Porto Fk-e,Police Protection. reasonable priced close to Water could be used as a home plus a business. .:
COVENTRY and euppUe. OUNS MOBILE CARPORT SALE 4 City Gea Water...Sewer shopping area. Central Sewage Plant ----- <'.
TRAIN NOW Cbrbtma. 100 W. lamllle Something for - -
FOR SALE OR RENT 2 HOME SALES Hwy. Garbage Pickup The ultimate 2200 sq. ". all large rooms, LR,
Jo-Lu Motel 1-3-4 home.ltee 4 miles
Sale, Car \ telephone Starke, 96+5606. trcbg. A room. acre
.. everyone ovary Ample Parking
br. block 110. in
city, N.W. ol Starke. DR, Kitchen, 4 Bedrooms, two tile baths. Brick,
Ph... 9644262: 964-8417 necessary Call Erma Johns, Frl.-S.t.632 Pinewood. Dr.
or
984-88107 Improved Street fully carpeted CH&A Paved driveway, 1 acre,only
96 -6m 4lchg 9/23-10/14 SALE Farm A 9/23.
FOR Itp
u boron Electric
Service
to 2 years old out of city limits.
construction mschequlpvehlclea. -
GEORGE ROBERTS JR. 200 Ampere.MeteredGa..
SALEi Homo wltkIncome. HELP WANTED Babysitter Open Monday thruSaturday MOVING FURNITUREFOR Reg.Real E.tateBroker .
8:30 to 6. Consignment -
: Cecelia T. Realtor
4 BR home oa 3ocr. to car lor .Infant In mykomo. welcome. Northeast SALE French Phone 964-7826 Terwillegar,

.. with. 2 rental trallera. Moa.Frl. Reference Florid Equipment Provincial living-room set, -Mon'a Boau.FRIEE .- 206 West Madison Avenue, Starke, Florida

House ko. 2200 square loot required....r' open. Phone Auction. US-17 North Bedrm, set, dinette table e/ ( 'idrdan. I Month Rent
Hoor apace, 135000. Some 96.nUO or 6970. Up 9/23 Green Cove. Spring, 2845977. with 6 chairs, other odd : Electric Hookup

..... tlnaaclng available.. S tlchg T w.............. piece Phone 964-7824 after REAL ESTATE Ralph Bryan U OFFICE PHONE 964-777 .1
P'... 964-8253. 9/9 2tchg MAID WANTED 4 pjn. lip 9/23 "- PHONE 964-7498 r f ::! HOME PHONE 964-5145 t
923930AjjTOJpBlESUSIEO Mature experienced FOR SALE: Medium point o Real Estatev4e.arAng
.00.3..,., Mon., Wed., Olllee Shop pen, 19 cent Beautiful. shaded lot at -r :. 1THOMAS- ';
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-- A Fri.Hour 9-5. Must. have each. ".80.0.. When .buying. Klngsley Lake. with nice In Lota and Acreage
6 do*. dox. coat I I. 11.6$. Buy LISTINGS NEEDED!IOt't'll'ES 24x60 double wide Mil
| reference 4 owntransportation. IIAA. 3 BR 2 baths, LR. For Building Mobile Himee.
12 dos, and the price do.
per COASTTO- -----------,
Call 533.2185 - -
DR,Fam. Km. patio,enrage
la (1JSO. Buy our pea and fI
FOR SALE 1975 PoatlaeCatalhia after.. ...6.. p.m.:....__ Itcbg,.9/23 I 1 Mve.The Olllee Shop 110 W. COAST BUYERS From bid... all for (22,500. Roomy 4 bdrm.. 2 story in on I Well Drilling
2'Door Hard Top, Call St., Starke.. Fla. 32091 - beautiful corner lot city REALTY
WANTED EnrywhereSTOUT SR-100-S 1450 Reduced lor quick ease
] Accountant Phone 94-5764. neat aq. ft. 3
Small Equity, take ap pay Prefer some college back- ------- REALTY BR CB home on 3.2 acre. 2M (....OIMI. 2" thru 6"I 621 North Walnut St.
.eat*. Can after 5 p.m. 964-
5806. around in accounting, typ FOR SALEIDelun Broker "q. It. gar could .be 4th BR. - Fast Ster.....Florida 32091
!tlLd .ing. Call 473-3360. tfchf Aluminum. |IMjJ! | aboveground swimming pool 1211] |'4 Mile From many possibilltlea (J8, 00 financ Drilling Equipment .
------- on water.(73W owner (Formerly A.J.Thomas Real Estate)
FOR SALE 1965 Ford. C- x 24 and 15 x 33 complete 1 Intersection' ot eel end wo Scum - .
800 Cab ever. e..... .... Bee at WANTED Used refrlceratoro year old. repossessed.Sacrifice 2 BR frame, stove A ret. oil tag.Acreage STATE LICENSED Lovely brick, 3 BR 2 bath, house on acre lot central hut
Oil Company, 308 ...11...,and .. 1/2 price. Call Immaculate.
Register ato. In 301N (13,000 term. and lots large and & air. outside city limits' .
Soatk Tfcompeen, Uchg good condition. Call Dab- collect 904398-5874. tlchg" - -
..II. Several locations
men Discoent 964-7923. tin -------- Dine & DanceAt 2 BR frame screened porchIn Pumps
limit.
owner llnancing. 5 acre on 100-A near city
FOR SALE Pick up truck -- Starke (10,000.
fOR SALE 38 Snub ana bandgua The - I II - -
1972 Ford w lopper (1.850. - I 3000 ft. CB Building on 301
WANTED) Farm A 1M. Z2.band $2195.25eaamack Bournes Opportunity .
With out topper, 1700. guns 2 BR frame I acre 7.500 BRYAN! New & UsedSalesPartsService ofSce and some equipment.Two .
construction macb-equlp-vo- ..... RALPH with overhead enrage
'tn.I..... SRestaurant.,St ,. 8.7 acre. SR100S (15.500 I
P'...781-S06S. Itcbg 9-23- IIlcl... Let u* .eU your Dahmer Discount. Uchg. Q B Realtor - -
- ( !
9/30 surplus for you. Open 964-WH8! day or night, .
& 5 acrea term. each lots on Crosby Lake SE: end nl lake with IUO
-------- up
Monday the Saturday, 8:30 - It uoon'' 'I j E-Z TermsPlumbing j ft. Lake frontage 500 ft. to graded road Financing
to 6. Northeast Florid.Equipment I
FOR SALE 75 Vega FOR SALE Never ueed LoungeLive 10 acre cleared (13.900 II Available.
Wagon, AC radio, Auction. US-17 2.5 It. cement .mixer 225 I - -
Station cu. - -
North Green Covo Spr....., Entertainmentwwwwwwwwww 6 1-2 Acres St. Rd. 21 1 1.2 mile north of
auto t....., power .leering, 284-5977. amp. welder new 10 acre SR230K) : (22.000 on Keystone
bucket ...t.. 17,000 mile., tfebgWANTED condition. On left side olWlbon r - Height, all or port Financing Available

excellent eo... Phone 964- Rd. 1-4 mile ...t ol 11 Panama 10 acres wooded 1I .5110 - -
: Part time - LONGCHAMP j New Installation j Small acreageBuiineee
... tfchg 9/23
6
8261 after 230-A. ltp
----p.------ Occasional local work verifying _____ Wed. Thru Sun. W e have other,cad us Home and Building - -
major ..rI..... merchandise anytime 782-3H06/ Material.WEBVILD. Remodeling opportunity Lovely building oa 301 with
6 * * * II
68 Ford. 5-drawer .
FOR SALE at stares for manufacturer FOR SALE 1 Associate approx. 2450 aq. ft. Plenty of parking apace appro 600
cylmder, auto tr.... PhoneSERVICE and bank. office desk 1 .eeretor,'. Jam Session, Coming, Soon 967l540i 782-3397 Repairs "sq. It. with central H/A call today.
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1 4-drawer Mon a Tues Tour Plant Or Ours I - -
9648469: ___ 2jp 9/23J/30: Retpoa.lbl opportunity.Write gray posture steel chair Illlng cabinet. Pot Inlonnstion' Call 475-9474 rri LAWTEr fit. YourLutOrOuri"FREE Hampton Lake. 90' x 190' fenced lot North Shore, Mobile.

Invenchek. Box 76680 9/23- 78238O6Forsyth ESTLMAT(5RemodeingRrpaln DurrancelPUMPS Home, 120' Dock, 12x20 Itillly Houae.
PERSONAL Atlanta GA. 30328. 9/9 3tp Phone 9648610. 3tchg No Co..,Ch., During The Week 'V ._ nn.o. wn, a xr,. - -

------------ 9/23 10/7. AddidmaHonweBmght & SUPPLY 3 Re.ldntlalloto.total area 100 x 150, 3 blocks from High
School.
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ALCOHOLICS Sold Trailed I COMPANY I II - -

ANONYMOUS: Succo.sful WANTED: MI... Item., far CARRADINESFOR Plumbing I I II :Nearly new double wide m obile. home on 5 acre of land, 3

Hvlag. for people who. want t. nkavo. toy*, clothing In ACREAGE FOR SALE I 864 N Temple Ave. I II 841.2 baths, approx. 1600 eq. It. living .p.... Nice. Heat

STOP drinking sad STAY feed (...IU..; otato.aeeected BOOTS 9644W3Hiiy. I and Air.

stepped. M.&I... Tkur. 4V plant Paylageaek. Starke, Fla. 964.5261 I Starke I II [DOING: BUSINESS; ONLY IN: REAL ESTATK)
.... 8 00 964-5709 rack 01ehlldr. 301 South,Starkt'
S. : p.m. We have one
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964-5434. 6/24 12tp 10/9 **, Key.tea Certified & Bonded a I L9647061 I Delano Thomas Reg. Real Estate Broker
HokjkU.. 471-423) .. boot (185 p.Ir.1) __..

--- priced at only 795. Com 06M.5507 311.2210ASSOCIATES
select a pair lor your child New Installations
Edward III* A._. -

tae Brooch S. Water Office St. today. & RepairsBill L.K. EDWARDS III Judy Flynn,M.D..r:

Starke. ,Flo. 32091 m Remember. ; Our boot [B 96.8384H..oId

price are the best In the FREE And Associates Inc. 964.661S Epp
.u..oe U.S. ol A, More styles JST:10/7:
Steve Slmmone
coming In. uESTIMATES
Keystone Heights S64-5SH1
3 BR Frame e* 98'xlOO int.doe to shopping center. Forsyth Pd 9, ie 10 473-2K69! .

- %hen you think ol boot LJ::! - - -

3 BR IB.Block house. on].6aero*. Good location. think ol Carradia*'.. ACREAGE
- Thank REALTOR' 'PANELIHG I
78'xl91f en CROSBY LAKE with irx65' mobile homo and youCarradine' Mobile Home MovingSet BRADFORD COUNTY CENTER II

cavored. porch. 20'a40' storage .bldg. T..... .Leather Shop
.
..2.
7'a acres 44)0)! ft. on St. Rd. 100. small frame house on
- Drawer B Up & DeliveryFOR
site. 20000.
We need borne with small acreage. Lawtey, Florida 32U58 4' X 8' n
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- On US 301 one mile south I
CoD.r come see ae If yen are ready to .buy or .eU. Pbo..182.3400Houn DETAILS CALL 32 acre farm on St. Rd. 100. lovely home cypress SHEETS' I II
today fenced
9..... 1.5:30: p.m. OLIN'S MOBILE HOME 964.5606 barn pasture. '
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Irene Sues Faulkaer Bakken" --Aeaoclate AssociatePaul CARRADINE'SLEATHER Hwy 100 W. Starke I acre home sites residential only 1,500 up I Prices -, I II

Faulkaer. Associate Keystone Oaks. _____ Start At :
I
SHOP Only Lie. & Bonded Mover Living In I
964-5142
5065 .
964 or 1.8 acres& 'a acre home sites residential only good
IS.301 One Mile South Bradford Co.r, terms. Lake Hampton Oaks. I I

OILawtevHear ---- I
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8:301: 5PM 1299
; olof Phoo. 782-3400 ,;, ..
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:J1u f Lawtey.Drawer FL 32058 B FILL DIRT CLAY COUNTY

Uchg 40 acres SI. Rd. 100 frontage. 3 miles east of

Dog Grooming; & Top Soil Keystone. Ideal development property. See Us For Your Kitchen

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Baffling BRA8INGTONSaloaAServfco I.ill Din 90 acres frontage on St. Rd. 100 near Keystone Cabinet Needs

CadIIIoenld-.hll.o -----
All Breeds
2.& 5 acre parcels for permanent homes or mobile YAUGHN-JOHflSON
1m.Seorhon OfUttdCanTuknO Call 468-1173 homes good terms. CO. .
404-W.: Mudlswrt St Starke .* I
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t Closed Sun. & Mon, 2001 N.W.13 ea.IolJac 7)ed.37S430Itf STEPHEN SMITHSTAR Putnam County 80 acres posture fenced, paved road 140 S. Thompson Starke erx964-5711 *

Can For APPoJnJwnt (Next To Pig gly W/gQlY GAINESVILLE HAMPTON. FLA. good terms. ILA - ..,.
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4 GA tNSTIWCUHOLZTornadoes:
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Put It Together When They Had To


..
to hold Buchholzdown did themselves proud,
crucial situations the coachpoints
"1\\ was! a big win for us," Jockel, guards Issac like we had things under year," the coach states Quarterback Jimmy out. Three, quarter, Huurse says, summarized Coach Hurse
says! Head Coach David Hurse Cummings and Wiscel limes, control, then we'd give up the In the defensive secondary I caller three-year knew "otherwise we'd have been "They proved again they
ii, the 28-20 victory over tackles Bobby Smith and big pass play or running playto !the Tornadoes improved on Prevatt, though not up to full veteran signal the coahces the as playing in the same kind of won't give up when the
Buchholz High of Gainesvillelast Lawrence Budget, and tight them for first down deep pass coverage but speed because of an injured Tornadoes good as needed first down situation we had with pressure Is on
Friday night which uppedthe end Steve Earnest yardage. Buchholz was able to pick on thigh, played steady football, a Vanguard." "We put it together when we
needed to
1976 Bradford High Helping to make the offense "We've got some people the flats and shallow areas, executed the veer option well, and the ball keep in the possessiond fourth "Over-all, I'd say our boys hud to.*'
football record to 2-0 and was go is veteran quarterback playing prettv good ball, says Coach Denny Hansen. and had several fine runs in
probably the toughest district Jimmy Prevatt, a three year individually We just don't Erie Biggs played his
game Big Ked will face. letterman who is executingthe nave that real team cornerback slot excellentlyand
"It does find of give us the veer option with dexterity performance yet." had two pass interception BHS Runners Host Cross Country Meets TuesdayBradford I
in the district," and four hard running and Defensive end Keith Carter to gain defensive back of the
the Head Tornado stated, hard blocking backs in and linebacker Jimmy Clark, week honors along with Clark. to schedule two meets perweek addition to the post-season evaluating the team's current fullback Jimmy Clark, and both with 10 tackles and 2 Biggs ended the first Buchholz High's cross during the season. District, Regional and Stale that both St. Josephs and Oak
drive for a berth in state postseason running backs Kenny Aycox, assists,were chosen defensive scoring threat with an country program gets off to a Coach Howard says the meets. Hall have strong girls cross
play-offs. The Tornado Andrew Carter and Sammy linemen of the week by the interception in the endzone running start next week with cross country team has been While only five members of country teams.
eleven still must face Live Bennett coaches. Both had real good "when we really needed it," both the boys and girls teams putting in eight to 10 miles perday the team will figure in the Oak Hall has two runners
Oak, as yet undefeated in With his philosophy that if plays against Buchholz Hansen points out. Biggs also hosting meets Tuesday, during the preseasonwork scoring outcome of the which Coach Howard terms
drew priase from Coach September 28. outs setting sights on the regular season meets, Mrs. "world class" who will
David Hurse for his play In addition to the local two meets at the close of the Howard plans to run all 15: become eligible this season
against Buchholz. meets the boys cross country season which serve as members of the BIIS girls and St. Josephs, a young and
The Tornadoes secondary team travels to Palatka this stepping stones to the state team in each outing. inexperienced team last
has four pass interceptionswhich Saturday for the annual School meet He said the program is Mrs Howard has season, is expected to be most
made the pass defense Palatka South High geared for good showings at tentatively set the top six improved this year.
seem better than the Invitational meet competing the November 6 District and runners for next Tuesday'sfirst
} 5wT. Vanguard game, but the BigHt against 10 to 15 other schools. the November 13 Regionals meet as: Merri Ormsbee
1Y1 >d backs are still letting The local meets next prior to state competition, a junior and one of last 2 ArrestedFor
opponents complete 50 Tuesday are tentatively which will be held on season's regulars; Ruth
percent of their passes which scheduled to be run at the November 20 this season. Hazen, a senior and former
coach Hansen considers cross country teams' new Howard says Santa Fe varsity letter recipient; Linda RobberyAt
Farmers
11 .nrxyye course at the Future
unacceptable. Community College's coursein Richardson a junior and
off 301 north
"We just really haven't gotit d America farm Gainesville Is the likely site member of last year's squad; ContainerTwo
going yet ... Maybe this with the girls taking to a thereat one for both the District and Cindy Griffith a sophomorewho
week we will;' says Coach and one-half mile course Regional meets although an lettered last season; men have been
r Hansen. 4 p.m. just prior to the boys exact location has not been set newcomer Nancy Hildreth, a arrested, and two more are
The offensive line got off to meet at three<& ::30.miles The in boys distance.event as yet. senior and Lynn Pierce a being sought by Bradford
will be
a slow start, Coach Ted senior and a returnee from County sheriff's deputies in
Jornov pointed out, but once it Melba coach Howard describes, girls cross the Girls Cross Country last year's squad. connection with a series of
got rolling it put things country Four more returnees from robberies from Container
together and played pretty new"fast cross track"country with course a few hills as a Greater depth is a strong the 1975 BUS girls cross Corporation, a timber
good football. and well shaded native with the BHS girls cross country teamjuniorsFrances company
The offensive line played by country team, coached by Coltrane, Laura Paul William Hendry, 20 of
consistently, for the most pines.Mrs. Howard's charges will IVk'lba Howard this season. Chase and Nancy McNeal and Alachua, was arrested
part, when it got rolling in the host three-way meet next Last year Mrs. Howard's !sophomore Frida McDougald September 16 and chargedwith
second half, Jornov said. Tuesday a with St Augustine'sSt. squad numbered 10, while thisyear's along with several newcomersare two counts of burglary
"We're not .." he lists 15 thmclads. hard ,
perfect yet. Josephs Academy and roster working according and grand larceny.Also
added. Howard her Howard arrested and
.w Gainesville's Oak Hall Mrs. says to Coach to win charged
Tackle Bobby Smith, 205, here for are already well positions among the top five with possession of stolen
traveling
Running buck Andrew Carter forces his w ay into the Ruchholz end zone on a determined 13: ;yard has been touted by Coach Academy ahead of last year's pace, runners. property was Nelson B.
touchdown run which put Bradford ahead :22-I!:! ''I. ('artl'ras hit by a pair of Bobcats! at the five but Hurse as being the most the event, while the boys will meet be turning in better times in pre- Jackson, 30, of Starke.
here next Tuesday a
refused In.- go down. .. improved playeron the squad. affair In addition to season time trials than they The newcomers, all According to the Sheriff's
This week Coach Jornov said four-way did during last year's state freshmen, areNancy: Department, the men have
) district play and Kustside of you don't get scored on YOU Sexton: says. Smith was the most consistent St. Josephs and Oak Hall the cross country meet. Sylvester, Robin Schweda stolen over $3,500: worth of
Gainesville, which already mn't t be beaten Coach<< Hurse Clark stepped up in the hole lineman boys team, coached by Grover The girls have eight meets Terri Bement, Elise Johns welders drills and other
I has! a district loss, 127. to Live has always given the edge in to stop the Bobcats for no gainm Guard Issac Cummings also Howard will host Palatka set at !the present time with and Virginia Crawford. equipment from Container in
Oak last Friday talent to the defense In placing a fourth and one situation played a consistent ballgame, South in next Tuesday'scompetition. scheduling still underway for Coach Howard expects next robberies stretching back
"We had to suck it up like his players into positions.. The (ii the first Buchholz drive, for Jornov said. regular season competition, in Tuesday's meet to be a tough against tOcalai) Vanguard" defense last season had red instance. Carter played a very "We got a real good effort
Hurse says of the Buchholzwin. jersey with "defense" steady consistent game at out of all of our people," said Boys Cross 'ountry -
"Again. I bclive superior emblazoned on them to wear defensive end. holding up the Jornov, taking in center Jeff
physicial conditioning had a to school the day of !the game left side of the line and the ,Jockel, guards Cummings and Coach Howard says three '
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lot to do<< with the win." This year the offense has inexperienced tackle beside Waiscel Hines, tackles Smith returning! lettermen and two LL'G.'LL LI Watt jL
"Wo just couldn't t Ret on our grey jerseys with "offense" him."Keith and Lawrence Budget, and newcomers form, what he .is
hosro in the first half. We were written across the front to is going to make us a tight end Steve Earnest. terms, "the core" of this
just not mentally prepared to wear to school on the day of a real fine ball player. He's The offensive backs did a year's edition of the Tornado : : : Li : t'1.Li.:
play loot hall." The Tornadoes game It has been the offense playing pretty steady defense good job, says Coach David cross country squad. (
noshed for 70 yards in the first that has come through for the right now," Sexton says Hurse. Running back Andrew Senior Frankie Crews topsIbward's
half, hut doubled that to 140 Tornadoes i in the first two Defenseive tackle !Marty Carter was named Tornado list of BHS thinclads
yards in the second half in games, Hurse is quick to point Russell also played a very fine offensive back of the week by expected to do well during the A i'b -by Neil CrawfordThe
which they<< dominated the out. a complete turnaroundfrom hullgame, Sexton pointed out. the coaches, Carter made upcoming season. Coach v.ttoff
game and came from l behind the 1975 season when the Buchholz was real several fine runs inside and toward I says the returning
to win, offense was the question concerned about Cruger, outside and threw the letterman is one of the top
"We wore lethargic We just mark. double teaming him almost halfback pass well says cross country runners in the Bradford Bassmastersand All bass landed were packea
weren't getting after "This year the nCf'nsei11 every play Sexton said It's a Coach Hurse. Once when the area, and should qualify for rl 9v members of the Florida in ice, so the boys could take
anybody." Hurse says. have to control the ball andw'e compliment to any ballplayerwhen halfback pass was called the the regional meet in Sheriff's Boys I Ranch of Live them back to Live Oak.
Both Coach Hurse and the defense time to an opponent is that receiver was covered, Carter November Oak had an enjoyable outing 1 don't believe anyone
Defensive: Coach Mike Sexton<< mature," says Hurse. concerned about him, the tucked the ball under his arm Sophomore Brien lettermanwho Whitney, September 11 at Rodman walked away hungry. Therewas
m separate interviews "We're giving up too many coach savs. and ran it into the endzone by another returning 1\>01. an abundance of fish,
pointed. nut that so far this points," says Coach Sexton of Lee Casey had a "pretty himself, Coach Hurse points Coach Howard indicates Forty-seven bass were hush puppies, grits, baked
tear the Tornado< offense has l Ins! defense. "It's been awhile good ballgame" from his ait. should make the regional I landed during the morning, beans, slaw, tea lemonade,
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Iron the defense we've that linebacker and meet, is described by the BHS coke and it We
carrying since given up post is Kenny Aycox right now is before the boats returned to you name
For example, contrast t last. t twar's many points in back to back continuing to progress. hitting the hole better than cross country coach as Kenwood Landing at noon fora needed about 50 more people
IM; ) win over BudihoUto hall games like that Sexton expressed anyone else, Hurse says. "probably in the best shape"WT10ng fish fryBassmasters to feed We certainly had the
this 1.II"S' 211.0:!(> scoreVUnle'tlic 'We've got people in the disappointment in the Sammy Bennett was praisedfor his top five runners at food to accommodate them.
1 defense h.l'1. to right place at the right time, defensive performances of his blocking leading the the present time. led by Don This event was one of the
come around 1 the t two wins but we're just not executing. huger. new tackle Roland option play. JimmyClark did Another sophomore. Johnny Thompson, Karl Muse and mIst courageous steps the
speak (uglily of the Tornado "'I 1 thought the defense Cummings and end Joy some tough inside running Tatum. is termed "real good"through Gene Sellers, prepared Bradford Ikissmaster Club
I Ct'nSIlillI' which has come played good in !spots against Godwin "They had a bad when the Tornadoes most prest'asonorkouts enough bass fillets for the I fish! his ever undertaken. 1 only
through lor Itradlord High in liuchholz." Sexton says night, but we're going to see needed it, the coach points by Coach Howard, who fry hope. as a culb member, that
Iho lirst two panics The<< line is 'We keep giving up the big some good football out of out. expects Tatum to improve as .. -
iimposed III! center Jeff play' 'though It would !seem theses people the rest of the he gains experience this !t _t', '
season. Tatum is a first year -
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Special) At Fries recent weeks, rounds out the view of a Tornado kick-off on
core of the BHS cross country the shoulders of Shan Bradford Bassmattrs\ and member of the Florida SheilffsHovs !
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Kenwood Landing at Hint<< man Pooh
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