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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 30, 1976
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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Y Y l' Q 9rypk deeper into taxpayers' pockets, Starke city
commissioners have tentatively decided to raise minimum

rates for garbage, water, and sewer, and gas services to
balance the city's $2.5 million 1076-77 budget. Bill McGill WinsSuperintendent's

.. Senator Chiles did the honors Saturday night, serving up raising dinner at Union County Sheriff John Whitehead's ranch The proposed new spending bill is up some $200,000 the over thisyear'
million but the
$2.3 budget, city overspent
chicken and rice present
to more than 600 persons attending his fund near Lake Butler.
budget by$247,000 Finding no way to trim expenses back to the
73-76 level, the council saw utility hikes as the only way to
balance the budget at the higher level. ;,

Sen. Lawton Chiles Serves Pilau Although no tmal action was said he would have to work up

: taken at the Wednesday, Sept. exact figures of the exact

22, budget session, City Clerk number of customers using
Merrill Edwards is now each service before definite Job In Union Co.

;,. preparing revised figures to totals could be anticipated.
To Over 600At WhiteheadFarm learn whether the increased Last year's $2.3 million Smiles and clapping in the had four months in which to

revenue from high utility budget, which the city crowded hallway of the Union serve under Cason.
\ rates will balance the $2.5 overspent by $247,000, was County courthouse followedthe Many parents came to the
.J The threat of rain didn't gunpowder he wondered if 41!>!7>, 1'i '1r 1\\" .!""-. million spending bill. used as the basis for this announcement of the win courthouse to get the election
dampen the enthusiasm of the there was something wrong ::' "", '! .' ;! The council will meet year's estimates. With the by Bill McGill for the post of results.! A parent said, "we

7 people attending the Lawton with the j popper can. .'" {.""- '.f Tuesday October 5, to decideon $12,000 cut atlast session, this superintendent of schools by look forward for things to
J: Chiles Equal Share FundRaising Although admitting to beinga : ). ::,l': official I approval of the year's budget appears set at 222 votes. change in Union County

w., dinner Saturday night cracker Chiles said he still "' \ proposed utility oncreases and $2.5 million. "I'm real happy that the schools.
at Sheriff John White-head's wasn't able to eat hog approval of the budget. Commissioners Charles Sixty per cent of the
voters turned out in Union
,. ranch on SK-100 between chitterlings. "I chew and sk } In the four-hour session Schaefer, Marc Jackson, County, I'm looking for county's 2,976 registered
1 Starke and Lake Butler. chew but the more I chew on commissioners, who hadagreed Harold Epps and Vernon change in our school a" Democrats cast ballots in the
the chitterlings the bigger to try to trim 10 Silcox voted to go ahead and system supermtendent's race, down
,:I: Chiles, a little sunburned they get." He decided the percent from each citydepartment' work up figures to see if the said McGill when asked about only 5 per cent from the first
the result of the election.
: from his walk on Friday from trick is to get enough budget, increased rates would balancethe primary. The first primary
'o+!:, Century to Jay, came to the sauce on them, "so you pepper don't managed to cut only $12,705. budget, although Silcox McGill defeated James H. had a higher absentee returnof
dinner by plane from Gainesville know that you are eating Still a good ..$200,000 from said he was disappointed the (Jimmy) Cason in the hotly 176.
{.f. where he said he caught chitterlings" ,J' rrjt balancing the budget, the commission hadn't tried any contested race by 222 votes In the county commissionraces
the second half of the Florida. When asked ''council decided the least harder to make cuts from the McGill received 1,107 votes absentee votes! did not
about debate
Mississippi State football between himself and a his Republican disagreeable'solution wouldbe budgetCommissioner including 60 absentee votes. make any difference in either
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game. challenger John to ram* the utility rates. Joe Warren, He picked up 120 votes from race. Blair Harrison had the

Senator Chiles helped serve Grady a Belle Glade physi- ''If the proposal la enacted, who voted against the his total of 987 in the first lead Tuesday night with 965
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59 absentee
'If bar-b-que") "the overt"'they-were _. ...... mlt.O"ni''rarest i for1'garbage ?proposal explained' '' 'primary gained ,
'\\ people that attended the trying l to work out a format. 't.' collection will go from $3 to !saying 'They 'compensated'for *Cason received 883 votes,up" -votes for a total'Of 1.024.Tom- .t
dinner. Other menu items included Grady wants a moderator and $5; minimum water rate from the increase in fuel oil by 170 from his first primary Jenkins added 45 absentee
putting It on other things." total of 715. One hundred fifty votes to his total of 855 for a
corn on the cob and a Chiles wants the candidates to t $3 to $5; minimum sewer rate
chicken pilau that promptedthe ask questions) of each other. from $4 to $6, and minimumgas The city, since going to the absentee ballots were final total of 900.
remark by Chiles that "he Chiles said they have been unable I ;;j j0' rates from $2 to $3. exclusive use of fuel oil for its requested, 123 returned with "I 1 would like to thank the

was able to enjoy the pilau this to agree as yet, but were /' Tentative figures compiledat power plant, will pay 108 valid.In Union County citizens for their
time, there was not as much confident they would work the session indicate the approximately $300,00 more his campaign McGill had support and will do my best
something out. increased revenue under the this year for fuel oil than last. pledged to restore harmony to not to betray the confidencethe

With foot stomping bluegrass Senator Chiles and Representative Don Fuqua got in some proposal would make up the With one more month's bill the school system and work people of Union County

::{Qfyf; atmtglitz"(!! music in the background after-dinner political talk at Saturday's rally. $200,000 deficit, but Edwards still to be added to this fiscal cooperatively with the have placed in me," said
; plenty of political talk year, cost this year has been teachers. Harrison. He will be takingthe
: in evidence. $847,219, compared to $623,430 Cason completing his 12th District 5 seat vacated by
was Representa
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; { for last fiscal of C.U. Crews.
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year. year as superintendent
.. -. ...:.'.' :: : along live Don with Fuqua Senate was hopefuls present Dismal County Turnout Earlier, the council had schools has butted heads with District 3 incumbent DavidE.
: the budget the teacher's and ( ) lost
Terry Putnal and Sherrill"Pete" gone over 15-page organization Skip Woodmgton to
i iI Skinner. item by item in an attempt to individual teachers over the Sidney Todd by 93 votes.
cut but for the received
; Senator Chiles spoke brief. expenditures past years. Woodington 61
-. most part was unsuccessful.The Teachers, who were absentee votes added to his
.. :.:: organized ly thanking the the dinner people and said who Favors Skinner Holleyspeeding fire department, following the election returnsin 848 for a total of 909. Todd

,. ... 1 "we are trying to use John's budgeted for $89,618m was cut the courthouse, when asked received a total of 1,002, 52
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good food to raise me a few back to 88018. Miscellaneous about the results agreed they absentee votes added to his
Thursday, Sept. 30 dollars." Only 14 percent of Bradford groups and would not tickets and a license expenses were cut from $2,300to had no comment, they still Tuesday night total of 950.

:i BCH Board On a more serious note County's 7,262 registered represent the people. suspension last May to the $1.300 and$600 slated for the
Gainesville Sun. Putnal then
voters turned fol'Tuesday's
;' 7:30 p.m.Business Chiles said he learned three out Skinner, who is completinghis accused Skinner of purchase of new fire hose was
'\ things on his first campaign in second primary, first term in the House of his incomeby eliminated entirely The
and 1970. He learned how to walk, which saw Sherrill "Pete"Skinner Representatives, says he misrepresenting saying that he lived on his revised budget for the SchoolBudgetQuietly
the
. .,; Proles. Women's how to listen to people and to capturing hotly- knows his way around and department represents a
contested District State $12,000 legislator's salary
.>;t Association !give people the benefit of the 5 parliamentary procedure and his wife's $1,300 increase from last year.
Senate $14,000 teaching
seat t by a 3-2 marginover
r I' at doubt.In would therefore be a more
Putnal said Skinner The generatingthe
salary. department
Putnal.
(,, Chamber Commerce this campaign Chiles said The Terry Bradford effective legislator, to which had received more than five most discussion from OK'dIn
O 7:30p.m.: he didn't have the time to walk tally was Putnal states that he's workedas
Skinner, 678 and Putnal, 349, percent of his income last council members, the city
and people would be asking a legislative aide in
showed net cut of
Friday, Oct. 1 . . "what t happened to that guy in including absentee ballots.In Tallahassee and is no noviceat year from Occidental police, a
the boots and the khaki the only other race on Petroleum Corporation with $355. Chief Jimmy Bowen told its brief and routine year's $6.5 million budget,
,t, Sock HopSponsored So in county ballots, former state politics. Skinner replying that he had the council he had elininated meeting before going into reflects a healthy surplus left
effort
to still
By take pants his an senator Frederick Karl won Skinner also released a copy merely done a study for the $12,955 in expense from his executive session, the over from last year.
Little Women's Club campaign to the the remaining state Supreme of Putnal's! driving record, company and been paid the budget and added $12,600 for Bradford County School
t people they are having the In budget work sessions, it
10 to U after
rate for it. the Tease of three new patrolcars.
showed
which going
of
football gameat equal share dinners "so Court post, defeating former a long history Board gave final approval to was noted that the board was
state representative Charles the county's $7.6 million 1976-
club house people would know no one can carrying over approximately
The of the
leasing patrol
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buy me for $10 and I can end Holley in statewide ballotingwith budget. $460,000 from last year, in
to cost around
Football up voting what my consciencetells 57 percent of the vote. New Te achersed $350 cars,per expected car per month, will There was no additional addition to $200,000 in new
Bradford however,
BHS vs. Eastside me is right. gave discussion, as negotiationshad monies received due to more
all
include the cost of repairs,
the nod to Holley, 530 votes to been
8 p.m. Here "If I'm doing something maintenance and insurance. completed August pupils in the county and

b wrong, let me know that is the 496."Dismal..this is This enabled Bowen to cut 25. The board tentatively $168,000 due the county last

Monday,Oct. 4. . way to make our representative dismal" elections supervisorNeva absolutely To Be HirThe Herecapital back expenditures on oil, approved it at that time. year, but not received becausethe

BC Commission type of government Flynn kept repeating repairs and insurance, whichhe Introducing the budget, county had to pay the state
9:30 am work" said Chiles. "People Tuesday night. Although she estimated cost the city Richard Jockel said that his back from overestimates of
county's three most outlay. He added that almost Also cut office had made two students in years before
help get me elected, the government had predicted a low turnout $11,000 a year.
UGH Board must have the confidence i. due to the absence of local crowded elementary schools, he d discussed the firings from Bowen's budget was additions: $700 to hire a doctorto Over the summer the board

12 noon of the people, if we lose races on the ballot, she was Hampton, Southside and with newly-elected $2,200 in overtime pay for be in attendance at all home gave its non-Instructional
that we are going to lose nevertheless distressed. Only Starke Elementary, will each superintendent Tom Casey, patrolmen, $330 from high school football games, employees raises totaling
c' !l: Lawtey Council everything." 1,066 votes were cast, be receiving an additional who he said was in agreementthat telephone expenditres and and $250 for travel allowancefor $109,000 and administrator
F 7:30 p.m. Chiles said his goal for the compared to 4,647 in the teacher, the Bradford County the hirings could be $1,875 from miscellaneous the high school's music raises totaling $30,000. The
School Board decided funded. Jockel said the$30,000
teacher. contract package offered thecounty's
next year "is trying to make September 14 first primary.
r Starke Elementary some kind of out of the Monday. cost of the new teachers Commissioner Marc teachers Included
\>. sanity The budget, up over a million
An aide in Skinner's office should be
the increasein
paid by said this in raises for that
t P.T.O. government" and for peopleto Richard Jackson budget was dollars from last $200,000
Superintendent year's $6.5
7:30p.m.ts watch for the Sunset Bill. It said Wednesday morning he Jockel told the board the new state funding brought in by all right if the police million budget, reflects a group, but the contract wu
had final figures from the 16- additional students.
will be just as important department could stay withinit rejected.The .
as district teacher hirings were not an healthy surplus left over from
Elks & Elkettes the Sunshine Bill five county showing ,butadded that if this proves school board's budget is
every Skinner defeating Putnal effort to end the practice of In other business, the last year.
by
Dinner at 7 p.m. years every agency in the combining but that Impossible, Bowen should divided Into four smaller
board
grades,
Meeting p.m. federal government will ex almost 12.000 votes 40,620 to pupil-teacher ratios at the : then think about cutting backon The budget dollars, up from over last a budgets, largest of which .ui
4y4 28636. The percentage vote million
pire and then they must prove three schools were -approved a change from personnel. the General Fund, totaling
Tuesday, Oct. 5 . why they should exist. was 58.5 percent to 41.5. unacceptable. semi-gloss paint to liquid tile At the council's first budget $5.2 million. This include
Skinner led all five
s session, Jackson had costs for the board of
UCCommissionf:30am. for all walls at Bradford High
Set
candidates in districtwidefirst
Pupil-teacher ratios at School. advocated cutting police Qua lifying education general
Young Demos primary balloting, with Hampton, Starke and personnel back from ten to administration, upkeep of the

BC Zoning Board 23,425 votes, approximately 30 Southside are 1:28: 1:29: and -approved the installation of eight, but Bowen demurred, For Vote plant, transportation,
7:30 p.m percent, forcing him into a. 1:28: respectively, comparedwith aluminum gutters and saying eight men would be Lawtey curriculum, and budgets for
To OrganizeThe runoff with Putnal, who ratios in other county downspouts in portable inadequate.The each of the county's eight
Starke Council received 15,946. or 20 percent schools of less. classrooms in the county city's street and Qualifying begins schools.
1:25: or
Bradford Knocked out of the race were garbage department, in the Wednesday, October 6, for The special revenue service
County Young
7p.m.
three Gainesville candidates -approved a final requestfor election to two city council
pay best financial of all the fund
Democrats Club will hold an Two weeks ago, the board Triest shape budgeted at $386,692. of
Construction in the December
insurance man Jack McGriff, had with departments, is budgeted at seats 7 which $337,929 is to for the
Saturday, Oct. 9. organizational meeting been presented a in election. go
educator Donna Faxon and Company Keystone Lawtey city
down from $171,257 food service
Elk Bazaar Saturday, October 9. at 7 .m. Harold Walker. petition from Hampton Heights, which built the $154,634 program.
11 a.m.-5p.m. in the Hampton City Hall. developer residents protesting Hampton portable classrooms. last year. The decrease is The seats of council
Lodge Home The Skinner-Putnal race Elementary's lack of a second mainly attributable to the members Bea McCulley and The remaining portion of
US-301 North Only requirements for had been marked in recent grade teacher. They -approved a pay request for repayment of a loan on a John Robertson, both of whomare the budget Includes $797.495 In
joining are that a person be weeks by charges and complained that students had architect Craig Sailey for garbage truck. serving their first terms, debt service funds and $1.2
between the ages of 16 and 35. countercharges, with Skinner to be divided between first and services on the portable The department biting the will be up for grabs. Neither of million in the capital outlay
(1h, (Eommunity and, if over 18, a registered pounding away on Putnal's third grade teachers and that classrooms. bone the closest was the two incumbents has announced budget

'-t'' &latr Bank Democratic voter. lack of legislative experience, it was an unfair practice. -agreed to give a Xerox recreation,which had a $2,000 plans for the election. Board member Rodney Hall
Anyone interested in joining bad driving record and machine a 90-day trial. Mrs. ballfield and $500 in park and said he wanted to go on the

Accounts Now Insured Up the club but unable to attend alleged ties to the banking Jockel said the $30,000 Dianne Blewett, Xerox playground equipment Those interested in running record as being appreciativeof

'. To 140,000 by the meeting is asked to get in community.Putnal needed to pay the teachers' representative, was asked to eliminated from its' budget. should contact the city clerk's Jockel and his staff for good
., Fd.ral Deposit' Insurance Corp touch with Dan Williams at charged that Skinnerwas salaries would come either return in 90 days with specific The total for the department .U office in Lawtye. Qualifying fiscal management during the
; 4682372. In debt to special interest from the fund balance or the cost figures (See Page 5)) fee .la $12. past year

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families. Saturday night at 9
The grand opening and I
dedication of the Loyal Orderof p.m. a live band will provide / Wloolu Society fed iov, 964-7608
Moose, Starke Lodge No. music for a dance for adults .
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2035) will be held October 1, 2 only at $3 per couple -
and 3 on SR-100. Sunday there will be a class
1 I- Cecil Webster State enrollment starting at 2 p.m Mrs. Randy Joyner

Director and other dignitariesfrom in honor of Mr. Webster for
all over Florida will be family members only. Coke PartyHonoree
on hand for the dedication
Friday night followed by a
dance.A U.D.C.Meets
beef, pork or goat
barbecue will be served at a October 6 Mrs. Randy Joyner, the _. .
former +
Stella Hazen a recent
minimal charge Saturday
at 2 for the bride was entertained at a 1"1
starting p.m. J' .. ,'
The W.T. Weeks chapter Coke party on Saturday .
Bazaar Set U.D.C. will meet Wednesday, morning by Mrs. Harry M. "
October 6, at 3:30: p.m. at the Hatcher, III and Mrs. Harry .'

Donna Pauley, October9,10Uylkettes home of Mrs. O.L. Beasleyand 'I M. Hatcher Jr., at the home !''tlI t.-
Mrs. J.W. Kincaid with \ of the latter on East Call ';
SolzeJr.Engagement .
Richard l lr
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Mrs. L.D. Vining as co street. ;0.. '"
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her arrival .
hostess. : t. Upon Mrs.

Joyner was presented with a ...
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The Elkettes of Starke Elk r F: .
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rose
Lodge 1802 will hold a bazaar Tamara Statzer Vi J/ corsage.
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Mr. and Mrs. Obed M. and The hostesses greeted the
Saturday Sunday
of announcethe guests at the door and
Pauley Lawtey October 9 and 10. t
of their Robt. McDermott them
engagement presented to Mrs.
The bazaar,to be held at the
daughter, Donna, to Richard Joyner and her mother Mrs.
Lodge home on US-301 rorth .'
C. Solze, Jr., son of Mr. and will feature handmade items, To Wed Nov. 12 Jack E. f Hazen in the receiving
Mrs. Richard C. Solze of t line.
Christmas
gifts jewelry
Starke.A baked goods, and a white Mr and Mrs. James Statzerof ,. Inviting guests to the
late fall wedding is refreshment tables were Mrs.
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elephant table.Proceeds Jacksonville,former Starke
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planned.Mr. Norman Redding,Mrs. Sidney
from the bazaar residents, ..
the
............ ...., 1-4 will go to Florida's crippled engagement of announce their daughter, .' :J po Jackson and Mrs. LaVern
Outlaw, Sr., aunt of the bride.
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children. Tamara Lynn, to Robert .'
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and Mrs. Gene Wigginsof (' The table was covered with
Fairburn Ga. will spendthe For more information, McDermott of Jacksonville.A 3 .
-L an embroidered line and lace
Mrs. contact Mrs. Dominianni at wedding date of Nov. 12 /
with Mr.and
weekend
off> 'Si cloth and centered with an
has been
4733657. set. I
Orie Wiggins. .. ..,iJ j.. 1fO-: arrangement of mixed roses
;:\ I and fern in a crystal r

't. ,.- -," 1 I container. Silver trays held

.- dainty sandwiches and "' ...
f 11 -. pastries. Whlttemore -
Mancll
"a\\\\S Mr. and Mrs. David Brannen. Jr. Misses Ruth and Kitty Mrs.
Hazen sisters of the bride

ForYourVoteof 4 Hazel Jones And David Brannen and Debbie Misses Thomas Laura cousin Kay of and the Maxville Baptist Church Was

bride, served Cokes on the Cannon-
The For
Wed Sept. lOin Brookercandelabra patio from a crystal punch Setting
bowl filled with ice and Cokes.
Confidence In An arrangement of Whittemore WeddingMiss
Miss Hazel Darline Jones, with burning hurricane lillies in a crystal
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. tapers.
container were used the
Jones of Brooker, and Sandra Thomas on Cathy Jean Cannon, The reception was held in
pianist
Phillip
coffee table the
Me To The on patio. blighter) Mr. and Mrs. Karl the church Fellowship Hall.
Returning David S. Brannen, Jr. of Lake provided nuptial music. !Mrs. Arthur Gaskins and
Jstr Butler, son of !Mr. and Mrs. Steve Sowell served as best Mrs. Robert Patterson and L. Cannon, Sr. of Maxville The bride's table was
became the bride of Mancil covered with a white lace
J.T Sowell of LaCrosse were man and ushers were James Miss Karen Reddish also ..
united in marriage Sept. 10 at Sowell and Clanton Scaff. assisted in caring for the Norwood ..Whittemore son of cloth and centered with a
CouncilI Mr. andIrs.! John three tiered wedding cake
City 8 p.m.at the Baptist Church in Kathy Hallmark attendedas guests on the patio.
Brooker with Rev. Terry honor attendant and Others assisting Mrs. Whittemore, Jr. of Bryceville topped with a miniature bride
were
Cranford performing the bridesmaids were Theressa L.F. Dinkins Mrs. Charles Friday, Sept. 10, at 7:30: p m. and groom. Lenore Boulineau
Jones and Carol Kirby. They in the Maxville Baptist and Donna Jenkins cut the
I Will Serve The Citizens Of Starke nuptials.The altar was decorated were gowned alike in long blue and Darby Mrs., Mrs.Robert Charles Milner.Hardy Church with Rev. George W. cake. At each end of the table
Pol. Ad
with two arrangements of dresses with empire bodice The hostesses presented the Wilkinson performing the were crystal punch bowls
and white flowers with and long sleeves and each nuptials. flanked by small bouquets of
pink with two
The Best Of Charles SchaeferPd honoree serving Centering the altar was a yellow roses. Kathy Phillipsand
To My Ability blue bows against a carried a long stem rose. pieces to her chosen silver as
background of two spiral Given in marriage by her a memento of the occasion. kneeling bench against a Helen Padgett poured the
candelabras and one arch father, the bride wore a white One hundred and background of arch and oval punch. Diana Mosley kept the
twenty -
candelabras with burning bride's book.Following .
floor length gown with ruffled five guests attended betweenthe
lace trim long lace sleeves, tapers and greenery. a wedding trip to
WE'RE JOINING HANDS WITH ROYAL PRODUCTS IN lace bodice high lace collar hours 10:30: and 12:30.: Mrs. Cindy Bond organist, Silver Springs the couple is

and a bow at the back. Her and Miss Sylvia Brantley residing in Maxville.Mrs. .
HELPING THEM CELEBRATE THEIR ANNIVERSARY YOU CAN TOO lace covered headpiece Martha Adkins presented a program of Whittemore entered

secured her chapel veil and nuptial music. her senior year at Baldwin
blushing veil which were Patrick Reed Ronnie Miller, uncle of the High School in August. !Mr
edged with matching lace. She groom served as best man. Whittemore attended Baldwin
carried white Bible topped Ushers were Ronald Cannon High School and is employedby
:I4iJiI, [ i with white orchids with blue Wed Sept. 18 and Terry Cannon brothers of Ammex of Jacksonville.

streamers.A the bride. Jeff Whittemore
-t. reception was held at the Martha Dianna Adkins, brother of the groom and
church reception room. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Wright served as candle
Mrs. Earhng Kirby greetedthe Cecil Adkins of Raiford and lighters.
guests at the door and Patrick Stephen Reed son of Mrs. Rhonda Bell attendedas
presented them to the Mr. and Mrs. Freeman C. matron of honor. She worea
receiving line composed of the Reed Hampton were !united mint green gown with puffed
Royal Princess Royal Products is celebrating its anniversary. To make bride and groom their in marriage Sept. 18 in the sleeves and sweetheart tD
parents and attendants. home of the bride's parents. neckline. She carried a I
this a gala event they have allowed us, their valued
Janine Willingham kept the nosegay of white and yellow
customer in this event, whichwe
participate money-saving
bride's book. The bride wore a white silk daisies.
are passing on to you. You are invited to come to The bride's table covered organza gown with Mickey Cannon and Darlene

our store and see this exceptional buy. YOU be the with a blue lace cloth was Nottingham lace accenting an Cannon,sisters- law of the

EXTRA-FIRM MATTRESSES AND judge! centered with a wedding cake empire bodice, shepherdess bride, were honor attendants.
balanced by an arrangementof sleeves and Watteau train. They wore emerald green
MATCHING FOUNDATION white carnations. Earling gowns similar to the matron of

Kirby and Carollee Jones cut Her attendant was Mrs. honor. They carried nosegaysof
the cake. Sandy A. Crews. The groom yellow daisies.
I WHY'x Phyllis Corbine and Renae was attended by Ernest Van Sue Lynn Jeffers served as
HERE'S Benton presided at the punch Wart. flower girl and Ronnie Miller,
H i o> a I I r nicest!i bowl at a table covered witha The bride attended Jr. was ring bearer.

IS BEtTER FOR YOU! lace cloth over blue linen. Bradford High School and will The bride given in

veww.4 IInrnd. ..... u1 Following a wedding trip to attend school in Columbua, marriage by her father worea

.."No.n"_. _,,,,,,, Beach the is full length empire gown of
........,'.to......... ,.. .. Daytona couple Ga.The Julie Saxon
M ae NnN Io1.r _, sheer organza with re ,
.......0"...".......0''''_... residing at Worthington bridegroom also
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0--' 1 Swl attended Bradford embroidered Alencon lace and
................ .... % Springs. High
. _-- ....... sleeves. The Randall
.Do. It... *! no COTMVIWM --. >-J""' ''''''_.,., School and is serving in the bishop gathered Crawford
.._n-v''_*n_....f.>tmw U.S. Army. skirt terminated into a chapel
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r o-i rn- W.H.Andrews is a patient in The couple is residing in train. Her fingertip veil was To Wed Oct. 1
For Ga. attached to a crown of beaded
w+d. I the Gainesville VA Hospital. Benning
[ muyr' w. lace. She carried a cascade of
white daisies with miniature :Mr and :Mrs. Edward G.
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_?* carnations. Saxon of Hampton announce
the approaching marriage of
sN' The Steak Man DKG Society their laughter.. Julie Ann, to

//j 0 Randall Tyra Crawford,son ofMr
: (and :Mrs. EarlV
Does It Held InitiationIn
Crawford of Kingsley Lake
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: .: ..- AgainaaaPresenting L .B Sept. 21 event IIf Friday, October I t. at
Kings Way Bible Chapel in
Philomena Adkinson and Orange Park at 7 p.m.
t Hilda Dey of Bradford County All friends are invited to
v O'iI'd and Merry Ksttlle: Ferry of attend.

t tI Prin r Lake Butler were initiated

I Ihlil I into Delia Kappa Gamma, Sororities Attend
International Honor Society of

U Teachers on Tuesday, Sept.
; gaaa0 The 21, at the Community Centerin Area Meeting
) sp 4, % Lake Butler.
,, i Seventeen members and
1 ( Each were presented with a
ii.i ''i e1pm 1 FamousSandwishes. red light rose ceremony.in the lovely candle guests Gamma from Theta XI Iota were Delta among and

the 4IK) Beta Sigma Phis
Shirley; Jasonek, chapter
I president, presided at the participating in the 1976 area
meeting of the sorority in
business
NEED EXTRA FIRMNESS? THIS MOKED&AR400E' announced meeting.that It Louise was Jacksonville Saturday.The .

{< McMullian. State President daylong meeting held
SLEEPSET IS DESIGNED FOR YOU. O will visit the chapter January at the Alhambra Dinner
NOW ;'; 22. 1977. Theatre included a fashion

NO MORE AT THIS RIDICULOUSLY The chapter's next meetingwill show, buffet luncheon, guest
TWIN OR speaker and the
be workshop.. October 19 play.
LOW PRICE AFTER SELLOUT! FULL SIZEMATTRESS at Southside Elementary "Pajama Tops" starring
June
School. Wilkinson.
QUEEN SET KING SET H5950Reg. Refreshments were served Guest speaker Harris T
AND by the Union County Kemley received a standing
Reg. '399" Reg. M99"Now'21950 membership. ovation for his talk "Freedomis

Now$29950 FOUNDATION '259"It's Attending the meeting from Everybody's Business"
Bradford County were: :Mrs. emphuiszmg the positive side
Maureen Paul, Mrs.Muriel of being an American and the
Norman Mrs. Edna: country's need for a spiritual
You Can Do Hart
A Fact Better At < ;& Mrs. Tommie Noun Mrs. awakening.
.
Wanda Smith
Helen Johns Mrs. Gladys Gamma
Thomas. Mrs. Sue Winkler Theta chapter was winner of a
Mrs. Adele Mitchell Mrs. door prize. Others attendingwere
1lfllJrEI1I1V0fDUmC Maxine Gibson !Mrs. Evelyn XI Iota Delta members
llaney Mrs Kate Sheppardand Connie Best, Harriet Bryan,
Mrs. Willie !Mae Denton. Cherie Cox Diane Hodge

............ .,-.... .., .., Dimple Overstreet Barbara
--t Patray, Brenda Slade, Vonda

( (iiai$ [$ [$ Stephens and guests Ellie
The youth group of the Jenkins (Gainesville Alpha
Madison Street Baptist Beta chapter) and Claudia
Church had an all day outingit Alvarez
Keystone Heights;
N. Temple 964-6567 Starke
1212 Sea World on Saturday. The Gamma Theta members

Where You Will Find The 16 youths were accompaniedby Linda Bowen Sue Little,
, Rev, and Mrs. Charles Beverly Morgan, Barbara
Swart/ Mr. and !Mrs. Edward Sirmopoulos Wanda Smith,
434 VV. Call St Phone 964-5827 Starke, Florida Best Hamburger In Town Christmas and Mr. and Mrs. Beth Waters and guest Doris
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T *V .,, '. P2CP2 CY(0CU ffiuV(0CWI Mrs. Carrie Ritch was a Mrs. E.K Perryman has Mrs. AW Whitehead Jr. of I

patient in St Luke's Hospital returned after two weeks in Lake Butler was Sunday
last week Riverside Hospital. visitor of Mr and Mrs. A.B. > I
Whitehead. II lir
Mrs. Gladys Edwards of Mr. and Mrs. H.A, Lawson Local admittances to 1
Starke and Mr. and Mrs. were in Lake Wales last Bradford County Hospital this
Wayne Edwards of Tuesday to Thursday visiting week Include: Frank

Jacksonville were in Atlanta their daughter,Elizabeth, and Strickland, Mrs. Esther \,
over the weekend where they also visited relatives in Williams, Mrs. Debra
attended the baseball game Auburndale and Lakeland.Mr. Thomas, Mrs. Liranie Woods,
and were sight-seeing in Mrs Pinkie Griffis, Balous
Helen, Ga. for several days. and Mrs. Charley Johns Edwards and Willis Swindellof :.
returned Wednesday after Starke; Lori Mitzel of .r r
Mr. and Mrs. John R. Smith six weeks in Glenville, N.C. Hampton; Mrs. Nora Rozierof
and family of Kingsley Lake Melrose; Mrs. Anna Dees of
are moving next week to Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Lawtey; Mrs Nan Peek of
Sylvania, Ga. where Mr. Hardy spent the weekend in Lake Geneva; and Mrs ,
Smith has accepted the the Bahamas Bonnie Rye of Grandin.
position of general manager of

Farmers Mutual Exchange. Mrs. Lucy Parnell of Mr. and Mrs. David ,

':, Gainesville visited her aunt, Montgomery and family ,' I
Mr and Mrs. W.L. Thomas Mrs. W.F. Herlong last attended a family birthday k1dWJVJ :
;. were in Panama City Friday Friday. dinner last Thursday night for / -:. :1:11'r.
.. .J'l' : and Saturday visiting Rev. his father, Rev. E. F .
and Mrs. Frank Starling. Mrs. J.G. Jackson Mrs. Montgomery, Sr. on his 84th : ,. '. ---- -
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They took their grandson, O.R. Alvarez, Jr. and Gail birthday in Lake City. -- w W\\

4"c Jason Starling, home after a Reddish visited Mr and Mrs. .r... .'o.fr ,.
1 .
: ,0'. weeks visit with the Thomasesand Don Ray Tilley in Hollywoodfrom Mr. and Mrs. Gerald .o... t .. .. i
{ Mr. and Mrs. Joe Saturday to Tuesday.Mrs. Norman, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd
Starling. The Thomases Padgett and Mrs, Rudolph
.. brough back Rev. and Mrs. Lex Green, who has a Sapp and children attendedthe r'I
ri Marty Starling who had spenta birthday in October, and Mrs. Padgett reunion at

.1 week in Panama City. W.B. Mundy, who had a Fairbanks on Sunday.
i birthday in August, were I
1 The Starke Shrine Club hada honored at a birthday dinner !Mr and Mrs Howard

J ) barbecue chicken dinner Tuesday evening at King Meyer spent Sept, 12 19 in -
Tuesday night at the Kingsley Karl's Restaurant in Lake Minneapolis, Minn, visiting f :' i
Lake home of Mr. and Mrs. City. 16 friends enjoyed the his mother, Mrs. Ella Meyer i
Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Cunningham. Jr. C.H. Nasworthy. occasion with the honorees. and friends.
.L
Norma Jean DeSue And Mrs. Ed Kimutis and Mrs. Mrs. Louise Moore has Mr and Mrs. \VM. Meng

A.J. Eaves attended the Girl returned to her home on and daughter, Dana, of St.
C.W. Jr. Wed Scout Gateway Council Field Kingsley Lake after a monthin Petersburg will spend the
Cunningham Conference last Thursday at Riverside Hospital weekend with their parents, s
Camp Chowenwaw.Mrs. following surgery. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Meng at
Sept. l 11 l At Home CeremonyMiss Hampton family.and E.L. !Matthewsand

L.W Strickland of Mrs. Myrtle Anderson spent
Norma Jean DeSue serving were Mrs. C.E. with Mr. and Mrs.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. DeSue, Jr., Mrs Horace Wildwood spent the weekend Saturday Anderson in Callahan. Mrs. Ira Wells of Gulf ,
Clarence E. DeSue, Sr. Tyson Sr., Mrs. Jefro with her sisters, Mrs. WH. John the were Mr. Breeze has spent the past Priced From
became the bride of Charles Watkins and Miss Jurutha Hart and Mrs. Ella Moody. Joining John family H. Andersonand three weeks with her parents, .
Mrs.
and
W. Cunningham, Jr., son of DeSue. Joshua of Miramar.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Barney McRae
Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. The couple is residing at 919 Mr. and Mrs. RE. Firth J son while Mr. Wells was hunting ,', '
have returned from three in Canada. $3 to 18
Cunningham, Sr. all of Starke Pine Street. and Mrs. J.C. Nesom of
on September 11 at 2 p.m. with The bride words at CUBB weeks tour of the British Isles. D.C. were last
Washington At
Rev. Thomas B. DeSue of St. Economic Agency as a and The Methodist Women'sSunday
Paul African Methodist housing specialist.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. C.J. Wednesday Thursday School class had a Available
guests of Mr. and !Mrs. L.C.
Episcopal Church St. Cunningham is Harrington of Palatka were birthday dinner last Now
Augustine performing the employed at Florida State Sunday visitors of Mr. and Early Wednesday night at the + 7
Mrs. J.H. DuPre Yearling Restaurant for the
nuptials.The Prisoner as a counselor. Mrs. Lois Thigpen visited

wedding was Miss Norma Canova and her brother in law and Godwin birthdays, Mrs.of Mrs. Melson Henry .,. .
solemnized on the lawn of the Billy ,
and !Mrs. Fred Hall
bride's parents 819 Florida Dixon Sisters sister, Mrs. C.R Bush of sister Mr. Mrs. Olin White and Mrs.\ A.J. e 1 Er89
20 to
in Hawthorne from Sept. _
Street, Starke. Camellias Palatka, spent last Tuesday to Eaves
yellow and white roses and Celebrate BirthdaysMr. Thursday at Fort Walton Sept. 23. ;j'"i1f

potted ferns were used for Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mr and Mrs. Charles Nt S ol' : :

decorations. Garavito of Miami are Hardy, Mr. and Mrs. R.W, &- (
and !Mrs. Willie L. "
Alvin Jackson Jr. attendedas Mrs. C.N. Christy and Monday to Thursday guests of Milner, Jr. and Mrs. Charles y4 Florida
Dixon entertained at two e
Shannon :
granddaughter.
best man and Lavern recently for her brother in law and Francis attended the Lemon eJ-J' S\3J""e ea
birthday parties Harrington and Mrs. J.D. \\
DeSue and Emmett Watkinswere Heights Church ca.32
their daughters. sister Dr. and Mrs. D.W. Baptist E,. : '
ushers. Seymour visited Mr. and !Mrs Whiffen homecoming Sunday in \
Lisa Marie Griffis
Marion at Ormond
Harrington
Miss Betty Tyson served as Palatka.
celebrated her seventh
maid of honor and wore a floor Beach on Saturday.Mr. .
birthday Aug. 23 when her
length green crepe gown with Mr and !Mrs Dixon,
matching headpiece and parents. and !Mrs R.O. Dansby
carried a yellow carnation. gave a party for eight childrenat were Sunday dinner guests of
their homeon Morgan road. OLDSMOBILE
Adrienne Pollard served as Capt. and Mrs. Mickey 1977
and
with
Games
prizes Dansby in Gainesville
flower girl and Kenneth
refreshments enjoyed by
Lamar DeSue was ring the children. Dick Strode of Tulsa, Okla.,

bearer.The bride, given in The Walt Disney theme was. !Mrs Mary Overman of MORE THAN JUST BETTER CARS
carried out in the decorations
Ore. and Mrs. Agnes
Albany
marriage by her father worea
white satin floor length gown Monroe of San Leondro, Calif. THEY'RE BETTER OLDSMOBDLESIn : '.
spent the past two weeks with
with a chapel length train. Little Tara Lee Dixon .. 4 ..
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Champion.The .
long sleeves and lace bodice. .
Her floor length veil accented celebrated 26 when her first her birthday parents Champions had a family our search for a new measure of excellence, we've strived There's lots more, too. Redesigned Rocket V8s beautiful

with yellow and white lillies, Sept.gave a party for 11 guests. reunion Sept. 19 while their to make every Olds a better Olds for 1977. Our new Ninety-Eights new interiors In many models a new Cutlass Supreme
was secured to a flower cap. The Panda Bear theme was guests were here with 24 and Delta 88s are more space-efficient, more weight-efficient and Brougham 4-door with a luxurious 98 Regency-type interior

She carried a nosegay of white carried out in the decorations. celebrated attending. They also fuel-efficient than last year. (EPA test results below are estimates; a new Toronado XSR so dramatic in design it causes excitement -

and yellow daisies with long Among the guests at both Thompson's second Christopher birthdaythe your mileage depends on how you drive your car's condition wherever it is seen. So read our news, then visit your Olds
white satin streamers. parties were the same day. and its equipment. California EPA estimates are lower.) dealer. He's got the Olds that fits your needs and lifestyle!
held the
at
A reception was grandparents, Mr and !Mrs
DeSue home where Mrs. Hubert Cooper .
DeSue Annie Murphy and

Lydia Pittman greeted the Mr. and Mrs. Ed Birdsall of
guests. Mrs. Jerry Murphy LittleWomenWill St. Petersburg were Sunday
kept the bride's book. visitors of Mrs. L.C. Vining. CAN WE BUILD ONE FOR YOU?
The bride's table was Meet Oct. 4
covered with a green cloth Mrs. Gladys Weldon visited

over white and was centered Mr. and Mrs. Steve Weldon in 98 Regency. A remarkable kind of
with a three tiered wedding The Little Women's Club Macclenny on Monday. new luxury. Delta 88 Royale. New idea in family cars.
cake decorated in yellow and will meet Monday. Oct. 4, at 8 Only a completely new car could do everything a luxury car must do in Now you don't have to sacrifice the room, the comfort and the great
white. p.m. at the club house. 1977 So here's the room, comfort and splendid luxury you expect In a ride you want-to get the kind of good gas mileage you need!' There's

The punch table covered !Members are requested to Mr. and Mrs. Bobby 'I Regency. plus the unexpected luxury of new headroom and legroom in the rear, _
with white linen held two bring a prospective member Crawford of Providence Mr. r'- '""!.\\,. --fJ! good gas mileage: an estimated 21 mpg In new suspension systems for the smooth, big "" "!.:\.._*v---
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K the EPA test 16 the C u -
,
,i highway test
bowls. in refreshments.The and Mrs. Norman Walker of ; mpg' city car ride you like. Yet Delta 88 mileage is "
punch Assisting and club is sponsoring a Gainesville and Mr. and Mrs. I" 'I\.r .1., with the standard Rocket 350'V8!" You've got dramatically improved: 23 mpg, highway, 17 .-' \.",.t-,, ;;)
to experience its driving ease to believe it''! city test with available Rocket 260 V8. "'
; mpg
Hospital Auxiliary Sock Hop Friday night from 10 Cary Nazworth of Starke and -, ; ( '
p.m. to midnight following the families were Sunday dinner \, r -- -. ; *,
.
} $
football game. guests of their parents Mr \ \ \' '
Holds Luncheon- and Mrs. Barney McRae on \f'f.k. 4

DUPLICATE BRIDGE Mrs. Crawford's birthday. ..:;i..

Meeting MondayThe CLUB RESULTSMrs. :
F.J. Shaw and Mrs. -.

Bradford County S.W. Hamilton were the Scouting

Hospital Auxiliary held a winning couple at Duplicate
luncheon meeting Monday at Bridge Tuesday night. Dolly ( '. News f.:!
the Methodist Fellowship (Hall Kunig and Jeff Wrenshallwere .
with Mrs. Linda Johns, Mrs. second and Dr. and !Mrs. ',by Carolyn-Eaves n eGf !?? I

Mac Baldwin and Mrs. Dave Jim Mmesmger were third. .) I "5812 : uW
Shuford as hostesses.

!Mrs Shuford. president, Girl Scouts are off to a great
presided over the meeting JBIRTHSIr. start in Starke.
where two delegates were
We are happy to have
elected to attend the Auxiliary
several new troops this year,
State meeting in Orlando !Nov
especially a Senior troop. Which kind of Cutlass is the right Cutlass for ?
10. 12. !\ and Mrs. Ardel Brannenof These scouts will be able to you
A garage sale is planned for Jacksonville announce the help all younger troops and Salon: The grand touring Cutlass. 442'he: legend lives on! Bold, Cutlass SClassy Cutlass look ride Supreme Brougham: Big-car luxury
!November; date to be birth of a son, Joshua Allen, leaders with songs, games and With 260 V8. 5-speed transmission, sporty looks FE2 rallye suspenand comfort in the lowest-priced rntenor practical site in coupe or
announced later. The 2 73 axle, EPAIon EPA estimates with Cutlass of all! Plus EPA
born Sept. 25 in Memorial "'.- an highway new sedan' EPA estimates 25 mpg
Hospitality Shop in the Hospital. Paternal programs.Senior Troop No. 669 meets estimates lire: 26 available .?60 V8 5- r rating of 26 mpg: 16 mpg, city, with 'iV highway, 18 mpg,
Hospital lobby will be selling grandparents are Mr. and Thursday 7:30-8: p.m. at the .. J'. i.. mpg, highway; 17 speed transmission. \\ Aft JM standard 231] V6 engine and e- .;iy city, with 231 1 V6,
.
Hatch 2 73 27 ,
axle
the mpg city. mpg high \V manual transmission
live potted plants in ;/ t available automatic -
Mrs, Raleigh Brannen of Methodist Church with '
... roof available test. 17 X: f *
future. :Members are asked to Bedford Lake. Advisors Mrs. RS. Mullms -. way mpg city. 2i \\ 2 73 axle

bring plants to the shop or call ... and Mrs. A.J. Eaves. At their
and she -
:Mrs Pam Fischer first meeting they elected the
will pick them up for sale in Mr and Mrs. Edward following officers: President,
the shop. Crawford announce the birthof Andrea Eaves; Vice-
:Mrs\ Mildred Frick is a daughter, Lisa !Marlene, President Cana Schmidt;
making "Mr. and Mrs. Santa born September 19 in Alachua Secretary, Irene Wainwright;
Claus" out of old Readers General Hospital. Treasurer, Betsy Yawn.
Digests! to be sold in the shop. Grandparents are !Mr and Senior Planning Board
Members are reminded to !Mrs. A.J. Crawford of Lawtey Members, Patty Mullms and
save their old copies for her. and Mrs. Pearl Gordon of Lynne Johns; Public
The balance of window Lake Butler Relations, Betsy Yawn and

curtains for the patients .,.... -- p Catherine Schoening ;

rooms in the the old Auxiliary wing,, Telephone Chairman, Sandra Toronado XSR.New concept in personal Starfire CT.The Joy of driving is Omega Brougham. Economical answer
purchased by Darley and Sergeant at Arms, luxury cars. alive and well!
to expensive European sedans
delivered within a and Mrs. J.R. Weldon
Mr.
will be of Jacksonvillewere Sarah Biggs. Congratulationsto Twin sliding roof panels wraparound rear win See what s In Starfire with the available CT Our impressive 'Import fighter: Roomy, '.
week and family these scouts. dow, a new classic look New Rocket 403 V8 package: buckets, floor-shifter tach and luxurious-feeling, inside: compact maneu-
Approximately 30 members Friday overnight guestsof Cadette Troops No. 520 Is with <:omputerized MISAR gauges CT stripes, rallye wheels-and verable on the road. The affordable alter- ,
attended the luncheon and his mother, Mrs. Gladys meeting at St. Edwards -;.'- t electronic spark timing. EPA more! EPA estimates with available 231 V6 native'! EPA estimates: 27 mpg, highway, I

meeting Weldon. Catholic Church with !Mrs cGr". estimates 19 mpg, highway. 5-speed transmission. 2.56 axle: 34 mpg, 16 mpg, city, with standard 231 V6 engine c
------> Terry Hieske and Mrs. Allen 13 mpg, city highway: 19mpg, city. Sensational! and manual transmission 1
2C"I:: THE BRADFORD Pratt on Wednesdays after "i. .
St."Mark's COUNTY TELEGRAPH school. Cadettes this year 1

Episcopal: Church Published every Thursdayat Includes 7th and 8th graders 1 -
138 W. Call Street Junior Troops No. 614 Is : ,
Sunday October 3.8:30: a.m. SUrke. Florida 32091 meeting at the Methodist :
Holy Eucharist: 9:45: a.m. Church with Mrs. A.J. Eaveson ;

Church School; 11 a.m. Holy Second Class postage paidat Monday, 2-3-30: p.m. This
Eucharist. Starke, FloridaSubscription troop includes 4th, 5th and 6th 5.- _
Tuesday, October 5-7-30: graders from Southside
Vestry Meeting. Rates; Elementary School.
p.m. October 6-6:30: In trade area: 18.00 per Junior Troops No. 605 is

p.m. Junior'Choir Church Practice School; year; $3.30 iU months Catholic meeting Church at St.with Edwards Mrs. Ed SEE AND DRIVE THE NEW 1977 OLDSMOBILES AT YOUR OLDS DEALER'r I
7-30: p.m. $J Kg
Classes-grades 4 through 10; Outside trade area 17.00 Kimutis, Tuesday, 3-4:30: p.m.

7:30: p.m. Senior Choir peryvari $l.00 all l months (See Page 4)) .
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Utility Rate Hike . Binding Arbitration SoughtBy V


(From Page 1) newly -ap pointed gas .

$37.008, almost$2,000 less than said superintendent he needed Bob an additional Patterson Electrical Workers CityBinding
,
,. this fiscal year. $6,000 for his $136,091 budget.
The $210,825 administrative Included in ths figure was
f budget, said clerk Merrill $1,500 for a citywide leak arbitration has Electrical workers receiveda ago followed by an additional
, Edwards, could not be cut at and $1,000 for been sought by the city of five percent across-the- three percent raise negotiatedby ,
survey '
[ all. Warren asked why in Patterson and two employeesto Starke and its electrical board salary increase e year I.B.E.W. in January. t rurn
the slated for workers unable to agree on a
I regard to $3,750 receive madatory training.
, utilities the city had to pay The council has been told contract for the workers. e

itself for utilities and repeatedly throughout the Federal Alfred J. Mediation Goodman of and the Fish Camp On So]Impson Lake,
Edwards said that Florida, year that the city was
Power & Light requires a overspending and was in for Conciliation Service heard if.
OKsaid .
sides in : Shop
from both Upholste
record of transactions so the trouble. Edwards has said a arguments Lawtey ry "
money had to be budgeted. decrease in federal revenue- a Monday afternoon meetingat
Commissioners cut $3,000 sharing funds and a reductionin city hall and promised to Two applications for he plans for a normal I j
from travel expenses ia the utility rates this spring make a recommendationwithin reclassification of propertywere farming operation.In .
I electric, water and sewer have contributed to a loss of thirty days. approved by the other business the
: department as well as revenue. In addition he said The recommendation will Bradford County Zoning board:
, ; another $3,000 from S4.0/10< set departments are spending too be binding on both parties, Board Tuesday night and -accepted the resignation of t
: for water meters. They also freely] said Frank 0 Steen. three persons were allowed to member Dale Brown who 7
I cut out $600 in "This year I plan to send negotiator for the advertise for reclassificationof said he had business conflicts. i
International Brotherhood of
.. reimbursements for ihe monthly statements out to all property.The The board will send him a \ ,,
electrical inspector ?-3: the department head" he Electrical Workers. There are application of Edward letter of appreciation. :J'.I. ',:" ; ,
plumbing inspector since this vowed. "If they are spendingover no appeals under binding Roberts to rezone three acreson -made plans to meet with the ,). ft"fl 'M...
"I''f
added.
work is done on city time but their budgets they're arbitation At issue, he is 14 the north side of Sampson North Florida Regional .rr':;' ">it. t.1a l7t'I" / ....
were unable to make other going to be cut off. Just like across-the-board a increasefor percent Lake to R1C with Special Use Planning Council October 12 .'''! ., N .
cuts in the monster $1,436,204 that. They're going to be cut electrical workers pay an was approved. Roberts plansto to discuss the county's h'. .t.,
electric swer and water off." operate a fish camp. comprehensive land use plan.
additional increase for
budget, which includes the pay Also approved was the -was presented the partial
$847,219 fuel oil charge. night work earlier application of Viona Tew for monthly report. During the Dr. Barry Portrait Unveiled
The creation of a thousand accumulation of vacation
No cuts were made in the forests is in one acorn. time telephones to be rezoning land one-fourth of a first 27 days of September, 53 Adrienne and Drew Barry son and daughter of the late Dr. A.f. Barry are shown at the
c I natural gas department and -Ralph Waldo Emerson installed for on-call personnel mile west of Lawtey to ac permits were issued totaling Wednesday ceremony unveiling a portrait of their father which will hang In the lobby of the
and an additional paid holiday commodate an upholstery $368.815; 104 inspections were Bradford County Hospital.
I. I each year. business. made and $1,037 was collectedin About 50 persons attended the ceremony. Including Mrs. Barry and children Dr. Barry's
Ii. City clerk Merrill Edwards Mark V. Olin was given fees. parents. Mr.and Mrs. W.N. Barry. Sr.; his brothers.VV.N. Barry Jr. and Robert Barry as wt'llas
''I DeWitt C.JonesFuneral negotiator for the city said permission to advertise for Number of permits issued in friends relatives and former colleagues of Dr. Barry.
r the city had previously agreed.to rezoning of 11 acres northwestof each category and their The oil portrait unveiled by Adrienne Barry was done by Courtcnay Hunt of Orange Park.
the telephones and the Starke at the intersection of amounts were: mobile homes Dr. Barry who practiced medicine In Starke tot 20 yards died in 1972.
earlier accumulation of 0 State Roads 100 and 100A from 21, totaling $104,290; single-

vacation time, but O'Steen residential to business. Olin family dwellings 8, for Board Grants VarianceFor
I t Home said all five points had been plans to establish an electricaland $201,600; additions. 20. for Scouts..........
I I rejected. plumbing supply store $29,925; pools 2, for $16,000.; (From Page 3) I
During the negotiations and a convenience store on the gas pumps one for 12000. Lake ResidentThe
Edwards circulated a letter he land. and one plant nursery for This troop includes 4th 5lh
. : STARKE KEYSTONE had written saying in part Also given permission to $5,000., and 6th graders from Starke Bradford County Boardof wanted to put a residence on
advertise was E.D. Allen whois Elementary School. Adjustment Tuesday of them.
t that the city commission had .. night one
! 964-6200 473-3176 reluctantly decided not to requesting a change from My Neighbors New Junior troops will be authorized a zoning variance
exclusive
agricultural to open allowing L.K. Whitehead to director
raise electrical rates becausethe starting next week in Lawtey Zoning L.M. Gaines
surchage is already so rural to allow for the with Mrs. Edna Allen and in build a home on his Santa Fe said that although the county
':'E l high ((45 percent), but that establishment of 1-acre lots on Reno with Mrs. Elizabeth G Lake property. has a 100-foot frontage law for
RENTALS "union demands and other 32 acres two miles south of Walker and Miss Audrey Whitehead who owns two residences the board can

costs at the power plant withno Hampton Griffin. 88,foot lots on land just off grant variance,, if there is no
j Hospital Beds -Wheel Chairs increase in electric income Thomas Perryman was Brownie leaders are being Highway 21, told the board he way to acquire more land.
to advertisefor
Is a grea t burden on the peopleof given permission trained and should be ready to
a change from residentialto
V
Starke. start within the next few
r, & Crutches Local steward Bill open rural for 12 acres one weeks. We have room for
NEW CROP
mile south of SR-i at the ,
Chambers declined comment. Brownies in the Southside
I Road intersection and SR-21B.of Speedville fp rw troops just give me a call. RED DELICIOUS
, '. Perryman A warm welcome to all the

( new leaders and a big thank. APPLES
you to all leaders. We need
I
w each of you and really
TG&Y appreciate your willingness.
: I Neighborhood Chairman 29 Clb. ,
PACESETTER Mrs. Ed Kimutis. Troop
Organizer Mrs. A.J. Eaves

"I'm the village Inspector.Have and Troop Consultant Mrs.
R.S. Mullins are the
you got a building *
FABRIC SHOPS permit '
Neighborhood Service Team "
? II VINE RIPE '
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Raiford Adopts Fumbles Held Tiger Scoring Down ..I.I"The


I fumbles really hurtus fourth offensive possession. improving every week, but I
$28,426 BudgetA ," Union County High head Union County's ball carrier we ve got to cut out the
football Coach Charlie coughed up the ball on a mistakes."
Roberts said following a jarring tackle on the play
$28,426 budget for fiscal county commission for fundsto k.ru& f rMn review of the Tigers' 18-6 after picking up some 16 yardsin Roberts says the Tigers \
1976-77 was unanimously help with the Fire victory over Chiefland High driving deep into Indian moved the ball well in last

adopted by the Raiford Town Department but was reminded + last Friday in Lake Butler. territory. Friday's contest against the
Council meeting in special the county budget has & f a l4 Roberts says the fumbles However, the Chiefland Indians on "real good" .
session Monday night been completed and probably ki Aw cost the Tigers' offensive unit squad returned the ball to the offensive blocking. He said he :;
The council budgeted $9,250 would not have extra two or three touchdowns, and Tigers on the next play with was pleased with the
any
for recreation' and $5,750 for money. Councilman Leland I that another backfield miscue the first Indian fumble of the performances of Tiger backs
the Raiford Fire Department, Brallier reminded the council resulted in Chiefland's only evening. Sam Jackson and Steve
two of the largest and most that the commission might touchdown for the evening. Fumble number three cameon Sirmones. who combined for ?;.
controversial items in the take the same outlook as his In all, the Tigers fumbledthe the Tigers' second nearly 300 yards rushing on. I
September 13 budget session. daddy, "where I put a little ball five times during the offensive possession of the some 24 carries.
Of the $9,250 budgeted for money I want to put a little course of last Friday's game, third quarter and occurred at
recreation, $2,000 is to be mouth too." turning the ball over to Union County's own 42 yard "Tony Roberts, Dean I
spent for land acquisition, The budgeted items total rIw Chiefland's Indians on four of Dukes, Darryl Williams and j'
$7,000 for building a multi. $24,426 leaving a contingency ,1_ : + the offensive miscues line.Tiger offensive miscue four, Fred Clemons all did an
purpose sports facility to fund of $3,564 from the projected Roberts points out that the turning the ball over to the outstanding job," Roberts
volleyball, and revenue of $28,426. a ) Tiger offensive unit rolled up Indians at the Tiger 21, cameon says of the Tiger offensive i I

basketball equipment, and The council agreed it was a +ia tC ; : .... better than 300 yards in total the second play of the final front line personnel.
$250 for lights. good budget. A motion was / offense against the Indian period. The final fumble was

The council slashed the Fire made by Brallier to adopt the defense for their best followed by a Chiefland score Roberts the Tigers v ",
Department to from October offensive effort to date six plays later, when Indian says
budget
request by $2,850, run 1, played a good team defense-
from $8.600 down to $5,750 1976 to September 30, 1977, through the three regular quarterback Tommy Usher "the entire defensive unit dida
"They have cut us down seconded by councilman "" ,."'" .. season games played, but found tight end Charles Young fine job against Chief land."
from$8,600 to$5,750, but we're Jimmy Thornton and passed County Commissioners Dave SIUx luford. Ralph Bryan,and Hazel Paulk- demonstrate"how to put youra were held to their lowest the point open in the end zone The Tiger mentor singled out
grateful for that," said Fire unanimously.Based dollars to work"as they lend hand In the construction the Brooker garbage disposal site. production yet on 1976 two members of the defensiveunit
campaign. Roberts is not looking for
Chief Donald Alvarez. on a projected Approximately $12,000 In count saved build the site rather
V money was by having county employes addition the as having done an"outstanding"
The Fire available of than the job construction firm In Tiger excuses in the wet weather of
Department revenue $28,426 contraclng to a prlvi ale I job against the
defense held Chiefland'soffensive last Friday night, he notes
request had included$2,500 fora the items budgeted were Indians. Roberts
unit to less than 80 that the fumbles did not says
contained tanker-pump low truck, a self- electricity $3,000; clerk's fees Second G Site yards total for their best in the hand-offs or pitch come outs, sophomore defensive tackle \
profile unit that salary, $600; attorney arbage Dumping Sidney Jenkins and junior H
defensive effort to date this
and the Tigers'
has
a 950 gallon tank and two $500; garbage service 12 says passing defensive end Randy Dukes '
hose capability. It would come months at $289 a total of season, but were still scored attack was not affected by the have improved consistently

completely equipped to $3,468; insurance on town hall, on. A Tiger fumble in final soggy field conditions.He through the first three gamesof
Is eted quarter, at their own 19 yard
operate. $125; fire department Compli At BrookerProjected the season and had their
If this unit insurance truck line set up the Indians' lone blames the fumbles
can obtained, explained on $150; on best outing to date last
council member Sid League of Cities membership score for the outing. mistakes, saying, "We're Friday.

Taylor, there is a good chanceof fee,$100; printing, $150; audit, The second of a total of six completion date The compacted garbage takento The Tigers' first fumble
obtaining from $500 bond for clerk for the remaining four the came late in the opening ..
the Forestry ; $20; yard garbage disposal sites is central site will be 6t6'AIAIM <
Service a military truck for $1 and building maintenance, almost ready to go at Brooker. garbage dumping sites, one in covered daily. quarter after quarterbackPaul "Within Your Means Now Peace Of Mind Always"
lease. But $350 lime rock bulletin The the Hampton area. Keystone All White had engineered a
per year the equipment ; $200; county is waiting for municipalities industryand
must be obtained first board,$200; flag pole and flag, Clay Electric to provide the area. Bayless Highway area, private garbage col- 54-yard drive in three plays to SOCIAL SECURITY ..
before a committment is $150; sidewalk, $200, fill dirt, electricity for the site to move and the central dumping site lectors that use the county the Indian four yard line. It :
made. $50 and sign and signal the mechanical part of the to be located off the Lincoln sites will be assessed a fee. was first and goal from the
Mayor JD. Griffis sug- maintenance, $100.includeJimmy compactor into place and then City Road is the first of the The county commission has four when the first fumble BENEFITSTo
gested the council the Brooker year. not resulted in a turnover.
ask the dumping site will worked out a systemfor
be in Equipment purchased for lose Turnover number two came
operation. that will have to
I Bluegrass Show Set At LawteyThe Built by county employeesat the $200,000 project include and the out.of-county residents pay- midway through the second assist in meeting death expenses there is
a cost of less than half the five compactor units, six that want to use the period, this time at the a lump sum benefit in practically all cases where ;

Lawtey Bluegrass Martin and the price of the first site in portable containers, one open facilities Chiefland 24 yard stripe on the the deceased was covered by Soc al Security.This .
container, and truck to second play of the
Music Convention, to be held Sunny Mountain Boys, Jim Lawtey, the finishing touchesof top transport the containers a to the Tigers' amount $255.00, can be paid to the qualified
September 30-October 3, will grass fence and asphaltwill ff there is thento
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central dumping site after surviving spouse. spouse
-feature and Jesse and the Virginia be added later.
nationally-known
talent and lots of country Boys, the McLean Family and Bradford commissionershad they have been filled al their Foundation Paving Co. the person who assumes responsibility! for the
.I music. the Stoneman's. The contracted the Lawteysite respective sites. The garbage funeral expenses
;: convention will be held at the Triest Construction Co., system construction is being ASPHALT PAVINGFill
'. 44-acre Lawtey Inc. of last financed with a $200,000 loan
Performers appearing Bluegrass Keystone Heights Archer Funeral I HomeDOYLE
from the Farmer's Home
Music Park. December for a $25.000 price Dirt Grading
tag with e intentions of test Administration. M. ARCHER, L.F.D
the 4k,; to if Under the new system
ing ( gn see county LandscapingFree
SPECIAL-4 Units could build the garbage will have to be
employees separated into several "Our Goal Is To Be Worthy Of Your Confidence"
other five dumping sites at a
Liberty Combination Wall and Base savings. Commissioner Dave classes. Only compactiblerefuse Estimates
Shuford. head of the county's can be put into the 301 S. Starke, Fla.
road committee, is credited compactors. Appliances and Phone 964-7813
CABIN ET I with improving on the designof wood items will be handled .

Triangle Pacific the Lawtey site, slashing separately and unloaded in 11m ,,- mIm 11"o''''''' '" !!Imi I! '
COMBINATION WALL CABINETS the price to about $12,000. different areas of each site.

Final cost of the Lawtey site "

ran over the $25,000 price. A BOB,X REALLY RON'T tu're: RIGHT HONEY LATER ATECFf/CE.,. TOM JUNE ANt Z:
final figure is not yet avail- G LIKE THIS NEISHBORHOOP I SURE WOULD LIKE WERE TALKING
able, but the clerks office _Y 0 O ANYMORE, ITS GOTTEN TO SELL THIS HOUSE ABOUT BUILDING/*
confirms it is still paying bills. SO CROWDED AND AND BUILD A NEW \ NEW HOWE,BUT
Lj-LIft:11)\ \J] Overseeing/ the operationwith NOISY s' ONE OUT IN THE :I'M AFRAID: IT*

;: I Shuford are Com _- E 9! COUNTRY. y CAN MORE AFFORD THAN WE WE

; missioners Ralph Bryan a __ O D WON'T SET A LOr
member of the mosquito O r FOR OUR I ESNIT
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control and garbage committee ) HOME BECAUSE
and CommissionerHazel OF THE J.
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66" $229COMBINATION Paulk who acquired the 0 .J _.. MORTGAGE,

SINK BASES land for the Brooker site from
1 ONLY Container Corporation of
America in Fernandma WHY PON'T OU USE THE "
HAVE yOU HEARD ABOUT THEY BUILD/A ;
ALSO Beach ,/MWiiTff HOMES (J HOME AND IN ADDITION/ MONEY 0u GET FROM
=1 O 1 O THEY BUILD ON CUSTOMER ,- t THEY OFFER A PLAN ". SELLING YDUR HOUSE AND
3 4-li Clubs x OWNED PROPERTY NO I TO CUT BUILDING J t BUY PROPERTY OUT WHERE
1 "MATTER ,_ 1 COATS EVEN /V10RE 't ,K YOU REALLY WANT TO
1 DODD$21l[ WHERE ITS '* \_ ;J ALL yOU NEED I t:5 t' LIVE r.w
Set MeetingsThree LOCATE! / .> i TO OWN YOUR .,
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ANDI ; PROPERTY AND I THAT 5OUNDS rTHi
4-H clubs in Bradford Y
I IR PRICES = N THEY Of TUB 4 J \ GREAT. I MARE
: A B j. (C _, Does Not Include County will hold monthly REALLY f Y 1 REST EVEN L / GOING TO CHECK
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meetings within the next LOW. .I OFFER Si(' INTO THAT RIGHT
i A B C Counter TopCOLEMAN'S week AIORTSAS6FINANCINGS AWAY

The Brooker 4-H Club will $

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4 H night,
new year Thursday
September 30. The meeting CATER.. [THAT& RIGHT, /me.VtRS. BAKER,ONCE SINCE OUR MOVES ARE y CATER. BOB. OUR NEW HOMET/ $Up. IS
VOU OWN THE PROPERTY YOU WANT, BUILDER FINANCEDYDU'RE IS EVERYTHING WE BEAIJTIGUL,
will be held in the Brooker w, J//1JHf7CTf.P WILL AS LIRED OF QUALITY / !I WfWTED. THANK5 10
Y SHOP Community Center at 7:30: <.
CABINET K 13UILD THE HOME CONSTRUCTION IN EVERY 1 J/MIYALT1r.P
p.m. All adults and young f. ,y qr '+ OFYl71JR CHOICE DETAIL AND,IF VOU'RE _
people (grades 3-12)) who are J yw''" '+ a WE HAVE MORE HANDY, YOU CAN SdwE :+ yI"J
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964-6363 interested in working with 4-Hare THAN 20 OP THE FINISHING YOURSELF wJ'
Starke invited. + MODELS ANDSrSVE $OME MONEY. '
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CHURCH ACTIVITIES Shuford, Brenda Sikes,
Church of God: Sunday Wesley and Renee Thomas
School 10 a.m. Worship and Eric and Ella Starling.
Services 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Refreshments of cake and
Prayer Meeting Wednesday punch were served.
7:30: p.m. YFE Friday at 7:30 Mrs. Fred Moore visited her
son in law and daughter
p.m.Evergreen; Baptist: Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Tom Casey andfamily
School -10 a.m. Worship on Sunday afternoon.Mr. .
ttM Services 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. and Mrs. Bruce
family centers Prayer Meeting Wednesday at Hartman of Jacksonville were
8 p.m. Sunday dinner guests of their
S Faith Baptist Church) parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim
Radio Program over WPXE Chamberlin.Mr. .
Starke Sam. Sunday. Bible and Mrs. Male)

J1 I] p000Q0 l ] (LLL! I School Service !10!a.m.a.m.and 7:30 Worship: p.m. Farm Reddish were and family hosts of for State a

Prayer Meeting Wednesday birthday dinner on Sunday
Fla.DOVE SEASONS OPEN OCT. 2nd 7:30: p.m. Bible Study. Sept. 26 honoring their
301 S. Shopping Center Starke Grace United Methodist: mother, Mrs. Les McClellan.
Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Those present were Lea
Worship Services 11 a.m. and McClellan, Mr. and Mrs.
7 p.m. Prayer Circle will be Robert McClellan and son Jeff
observed every Wednesday of Starke and Mrs. Kenneth
morning at 8 at the church. Johns.
1 Choir practice 7 p.m. and Mrs. Minnie Phillips is
I r+ ,aw United MYF at 8 p.m. at the spending some time with her
NYLON 66 church on Wednesday. son in law and daughter
United Methodist Women Mr. and Mrs Fate Redd, of
22 CAL AUTO. met at the parsonage with Macon, Ga.Melissa .
RIFLE WITH SCOPEMODEL PETERS) VJ Mrs. Jim Hall and Mrs. Olin Starling, daughterof
.22 CAL. 10N T RI as hostesses. Mrs. Idelle Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Boyette presided. Mrs. Frank Starling was a Friday over-
t ; ; r HIpASpeMLonpAfsI/ / I s" RtF Coss gave the devotional and night guest of her grandmother
A f Mrs. Esther Porreca gave the Mrs. Ola Starling,
CARTRIDGESOptimum rER' program, after which a uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs.
VI minglon.MODEL delicious luncheon was served Larry Norman and Rhonda.
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power and high by the hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. Barry Watts
accuracy for hunting or Oct. 3rd Is World were Saturday evening guestsof
targetshooting Communion Day at the Mr. and Mrs. Ben McCulleyand
Church. David.
Highland Baptist: Sunday Sincere sympathy Is
'il 870PUMP School 10 a.m. Worship extended to the Les
CENTER Services 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. McClellans due to the death of
'' f FIRE Prayer Meeting Wednesday at their niece, Mrs. Janet Moles
/ SHOTGUN 9\ PETERS RIFLE 7:30: p.m. of Jacksonville.
12 or 20 GAUGE t a M CARTRIDGES Laura Baptist Church: Mr. and Mrs. C.K. Cowan of
FULL or \ Sunday School 9:45: a.m Jacksonville were Saturday
MODIFIEDCHOKES. I,, Soft Point 'CORE-LOKT Worship Services 11 a.m. and overnight guests of their
c') / 7:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.F.
'O-06 SPRINGFIELD
.,.'X< Vv Wednesay at 7:30: p.m. Robertson and sister, Mrs.
y 5.97 Smyrna Missionary Baptist Edith Swinney.Mr. .
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13788 tf t BOX OF 20 Church: Sunday School 10 and Mrs.Wayne Harper
..... WINCHESTER* a.m. Morning Service 11 a.m. and son of Starke were
and B.T.S. 5:45: p.m. Evening Saturday afternoon guests of
N\ BOX OF 20 4.67Jtfeminglon. Service p.m. Prayer Meeting their grandparents, Mr. and
r tr Wednesday at 7:30:: p.m. Mrs. Carl Prevatt. Other
,111 St. Johns Missionary guests were Mr. and Mrs.
S ,. Baptist Church: Sunday Mews, Sketer and Jackson
A i' IlANKAMERICARIlI ,./Mx.J wig School 10 a.m. Rev. Willie Prevatt during the afternoon.Mr. .
I:, NN Huffman, Pastor. Church and Mrs. George
\ School 10 a.m. each Sunday Breslin and Elizabeth of
{ Ir with Supt. Chris Hamilton. Jacksonville were weekend
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PETERS Church Service is at 11 a.m. guests of their parents. Col.!
'; / / SHOTGUN SHELLS and 3 p.m. on Second and and Mrs. Wm. Wilson.
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AUTOMATIC Fourth Sundays. Prayer Bandat Mr. and Mrs. R.W.
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; / ; SHOTGUN 12 noon !Mondays. Bible Edwards, Mr.and Mrs. B.L.
/4; l MODEL 12 or 20 GAUGE 12 G..-6 & 8 Shot LOW BtSSS Class and Prayer Meeting Wilkison Jr., and daughters,
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Box of 25 taa a+ Wednesday 5:30: p.m. Choir and Mr. and Mrs. B.L.
FULL or MODIFIED Rehearsal 6 p.m. on Wilkison 3rd, of Jacksonville
I 1100 CHOKES. 16 G..-s Shot $ 2 7 Thursdays. were dinner guests of their
/ Box of 25 2 parents, Mr and Mrs. Bennett
PERSONALSPvt. Wilkerson Sr.
$1978 20Shot pE !Mike Dobbs son of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Albert
r Box of 25 Box RSul and !Mrs. A.J. Dobbs Sappenfield of Lake Geneva
graduated from the Marines, were Sunday evening dinner
\ yJ Parris Island S.C. August 22. guests of Mr. and Mrs. James
/ o Those who attended were his Waters.
SAVE MORE BY THE CASE parents, Mr. and Mrs. A.J. Mr. and Mrs. Marcus
E- Dobbs, and sister, Christina, Jerrett of Jacksonville were
_. and another sister, Mrs. Sunday dinner guests of their
Wayne Gustafson. He is now parents, Mr. and Mrs. Donald
t i 1 Low Brass $430 stationed at Camp LeJeune, Wilkison. Mr. and Mrs. R.W.
.,ieminglo2 N.C. He is the grandson of!Mr. Edwards spent Sunday
and Mrs. A.O. Dobbs, also of afternoon with them.
:rl MODEL BOLT ACTION Lawtey. He spent the weekend Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C.
1::::: RIFLE with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Brown of Robertsdale, Ala.,
\ 700 Remington .243 Cal. Bolt Action With Scope A.J. Dobbs and attended parents of Mr. and Mrs. D.Il.
30-06 MONTE CARLO services at the First Baptist Brown spent a short time with
STOCK WITHCHEEKPIECE Church. them on Sunday afternoon.
!Miss Elizabeth Terry spent Friends of Fate Redd son -
RIFLE 88 from Monday to Friday with In law of Mrs. O.J. Phillips,
CALIBER 134 her sister, Mrs. J.P. Wyrick, regret to learn that he
$1648 I No. 788 of Tallahassee. While there suffered a heart attack and is
she also visited with her in Intensive Care in Medical
nephew and niece, Mr. and Center Hospital,.Macon, Ga.
1 Mrs. Charles Carter, and Our prayers are with him.
great nephew and niece, !Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Pearson
and Mrs. Larry Carter and spent from Wednesday to
One only family. Sunday afternoon camping at
Remington Model No. 552 James Hall Sr., of Ormond Kontiki, on St. Augustine
/ Beach, was a Sunday dinner Beach. Their brother -in law
I -< Mark X 30.06 guest of his son and daughter and sister, Mr. and !Mrs.;
.22 Cal in law Pastor and Mrs. Jim Stanley Fedak of Starke,
Sale price Hall and family. While here he joined them Friday and
AutomaticRIFLE attended services with the stayed until Sunday.

. $6988 family. Mrs. Pierce Crews was a
RIFLE $139"Close Friends of Mrs. Walter Saturday overnite guest of her
Martin regret to learn that she son and daughter in law.;:
94 is a patient in Shands Mr. and Mrs. W.S. Crews.
Hospital, Gainesville. Our Sincere sympathy is
I LEVER ACTION prayers are with her. extended to the families of
30-30 CAL. Mr. and !Mrs. P.G. Robertsof Mrs Beryl Askins of
Perry were Tuesday Jacksonville, due to her death
overnite guests of Mrs. Loca in Jacksonville on Friday.

$69 Out On Federal 0-00-1-3 Buck Shot James Raulerson Raulerson.and her grandson, night.Pastor and Mrs. Jim Hall

Mr.and Mrs.John Byrd and attended a Family Fulfillment
Mrs. Rice of Jacksonville, Conference, at St. Peters
I Save 25 % This Weekend were Saturday evening dinner Church in Jacksonville on
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Thursday and Friday nights '
Cribbs and family. and Saturday morning.
T.G.&Y. CB ANTENNA Misses Lynn and Kelly Mr.and Mrs. Albert Phelps,
Whaley are living with their of Enterprise Ala., were
Roof top trunk lip grandmother Mrs. Nellie Tuesday overnight guests of
mount orO the best :inreception" 14.88 LAY-A-WAY NOW FOR CHRISTMAS Wilkinson, and aunt, Mrs. their brother and sister in -'
I Daisy Boch. law, Mr. and Mrs. J.F.
Mrs. Nellie Parrish of Robertson and Mrs. Edith
Maxv) 'ille was a Sunday dinner Swinney.
guest of her in laws, Mr. and Friends of !Mrs. Selma
23 Channel CB RADIO2wrattsHrh Mrs. O.J. Anders. Eunice regret to learn that she
( output Mr. and Mrs. Joey Dobbs is a pneumonia patient in
level SPEAKER SYSTEMS i''' 'i and daughter Brenda of Bradford County Hospital.:
Jacksonville, were Our .
Sunday
modulation means prayers are with her.LAWTEYSCIIOOLNE"S
I i afternoon guests of their
13-882
maximum talk --
power r 1 grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
and clarity too. Delta ?,;; Arlie Dobbs. The King and Queen contest.
-- T tuning Squelch control 99 .87 #658 Regina Eunice, daughter of will begin on October S and
#658 3 Way air I .ll Mr. and Mrs. Gene Eunice of end on October 20. Each grade
1 DLAN DSuspension with ,. Highland spent Sunday with will elect a candidate for the':
c _dV K I*J T MM AT IO4 At. $ f her grandparents, Mr. and and
10" woofer.26X15X101. 5988 I girls a candidate for the:
( /.". i i1 fl Mrs. Harold Eunice. Other boys. The winners will be
--- -- I guests were their son-in-law announced prior to the
I I and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. carnival.
/ 4! ; Ronnie Mosley and daughter Lawtey Elementary is still
: = t : Tammy on Sunday afternoon. interested in having parents'or
Mrs. Pat Walker and
son other citizens serve as
646 2 Way air i t te' and grandmother, Mrs. classroom or playground
t' : Suspension with Thelma Prevatt visited !Miss volunteers. Please contact the

1i 8" woofer. 23X14X8" afternoon.Mr.Elizabeth. Terry on Sunday school if you are interested In
participating in this
program.
and Mrs.
., Randy Blom
I "-s are. the proud parents of a
r daughter, Amy Marie, born / eROVerN sri
$438 Sept 19 in Alachua General

Model No. 13-830 7788 : : Hospital Mr and, Gainesville.Mrs. Les McClellan

visited their mother, Mrs. 'Zl
#646 -
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Julia Hall in Baptist Hospital, l
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Jacksonville on Thursday. u.
Model No. 13-8838 $15488 Mrs. Robert McClellan of
'
Starke. gave a skating If you're on a picnic check t
, ffj I Pg Jj birthday party for her son, sea that dime If iaffici/ .ri(1cf-
left In the
Jeff on Saturday afternoon. cooler to keep leftover
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==:{: ::::' ., Ruth Eskin
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.. .. M.;:I \ Mrs. Beryl Ruth Eskin. 45.
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P-.=.:::.:::::.>;:.;:".:<:'"..'. .. ...,.;.-:.=.:';..;:.,':.::.:::.:..::.-.:;..'::.'.:.:...::..:::. IJ ._... I G RM September of Jacksonville 24. ..
::::: ::!:;:::::?::: :. ... ::: :::: :::::: :;,:: :::. \ r Born in Baldwin June 6, "
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H 1931, Mrs. Eskin had lived in
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it: :::}::y'y'.Y.SYa';: ;::: : ::::::: ::}:::J}:::::::Ya'f':::;:;::.u:::{:::{:{::::}::]:::?::]:::?:}::vY.fv.:: ::::::::{:::.::.:{a.::::::.::{::{::vkJ.yC'\icttii:::: :::: ::: :::::: ::"::::::: ::;.>'v.::::.:.:;:.hryf::;:;:;: ::}:.t. ?:-! Lawtey moving for to many Jacksonville years before five

,. I : OUseWBl"le ; years ago.She was a member I{
h People Trust f
Eckerd's For Quality Prescription t .:' of the Highland Baptist .
1;i C : Church at Highland. ,
Service At Low, Low Priceswam @ft;:: Survivors include her I

,. .. :I mother, Mrs. Daisy T. .,
}}}V } ;}}} } }}}}}}}}}}\{}}{ };;;;}} ; { ,{} }}}} Off THESE :: three
POPUIAR : Thompson; daughters
HOUSEHOLD :: Mrs. Linda Tinney of
,. ....... ......... ITEMS! :. Sarasota, and Diane and
SALE ::
;
5Xh{::ySS.t. 1.S:}{ :.;{} }:}.:N..}}:Kr.wn:,:.:..,r,....YV',, iijY: : : ; ::: JoAnn Eskin of Galveston,

'.:.":.:.:.: \ 20Z. LIMIT ONE m: :: :: ,.. ." ''',:-:.:..:::$! ::=> ........ ._..... ::M Texas; four brothers, Kenneth
: :>
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'IIjI"AU' .. :::::: : Starke,
:.: \ ?:::::: <-vwmc OT
::::..:.:. I-!..t a'"I ROSE MILK I 2M6.5OZ. :;:::::::.::::::::::::: !'EOGDE.L355': NOREICO : +.G"CO.--:::::: :{:::-'".: +;:YrnL: : ::::.::;::..:.r..:..:;...L5........:..:,.....,... .:::}:::f::: Dale Ohio,W.William Thompson L. Thompson of FlncDay of,

I ::::::::::1:: s:5::::: Gainesville and Gary L.
>: PEPSODEHTTOOTHPASTE FACE CREAM :::::::::::::; MAM-BREW .I.. .. ::::: Thompson of Findlay, Ohio;
{1<1 j r 1 1 12 J 3 SPEED If" :: ::: two sons, Jimmy Goff of
CUP ,
...... COFFEE _' j: ::: : Sarasota and Keith Eskin of
:::::: J. If-j.. :: .:'::::: Galveston, Texas; three
MA 12 INCH :::::$ sisters, Mrs. Anna Mae
Campho1 OZ. LIQUID-LIMIT ONE 1 1I 11j AUTOMATIC DRIP FILTER l : ) Fi} i!::::::{ Anderson and Mrs. Barbara

LIMIT : C .", COtntOL' -rJ, : :::::: Jordan of Lawtey and Mrs. .
ONEWXXX' @@f FAN : 21 1:::::: Iona Ann Anderson of
= CAMPHO4 9 I '. / :::::,:: Gainesville, and two grand- ,
.1tt f1:::;::t:: children.
:;..:..:.:.:.:. 8 .:.::.::.:::::::. Funeral services were held
; 2 9-8 24I ;;::yy:: Tuesday September 28, in the
;:y:i:::| Highland Baptist Church with
24 DISPOSABLE DAYTIME mt ti!:::::!:: Rev. E.C. Harvey officiating.
:::::::' .. ::::::::::::::: Burial was in the Highland
JOHNSONDIAPERS 8 9 oE2L92eto: ::::::; Cemetery, with DeWitt C. ..
mm 1 1!t REGINA ;!1!1::::::ij Jones Funeral Home of Starke

> LIMIT t.:. handling arrangements.
ONEPROTEIN .1 i1i1 ElECTRI.X BROOM GINlRAL a P j I!11:m: Mrs. Anna Priest

P s. ...
: > Eucreic ,
>>:
:: ; ::: VACUUM ,
: CIEANER ;11 1:
{ 1M: Mrs. Anna Lee Priest, 84.
: 1rr.
SINGLE
? 21 \ } FARR-PAK OF 8 .:1J.. -SPEED MODEL 8518SMOKE : !j:::::f: died in Jacksonville
YOU
:: DO NOT :::: ::::
#/ HAVE TO BUr ::: September 23 after a brief
EMERY LIMIT :f USES DIRT CUP INSTEAD. BAGS. ALARM l 1 i:::;:: illness.
HAIR SPRAY ONE 13 ;;:: REG.29.99 :::;: Survivors include two sons, i
Model I # :;:::::i
BOARDS PAK :.: 8201 1 The .:.:.:.:.:.:.::::: Herman Lee Allen of Lake ,
EXTRA HOtD. UNSCENTCD. ;S:. 88 oualrHW wermna Mlp IYHem ::::: Butler and John F. Allen of I
}. 24 'am'v.,' IIw Your :::::::;::::::::: Miami; two stepdaughters
REGULAR LIMIT ONE : 2: SPEED 39 B alarm rollw' Sound. loud ::::::::::::::::{ Mrs. Lois Riggs of Lake
<:. 1'/} GALLON MODEL 250 MODEL 2988 y",... "AOtieun: R l1tr:::::: Butler and Mrs. Lucille Dick
.8518 '
r}. '10" Toot, sun.... ::::::::::::::::::; of Birmingham, Ala.; 12
III8SKK } DeVlLBISSHUMIDIFIER 9 =..,vou 'amIy, wth germ i tm 1i:::: grandchildren, 15 great-
79 SN1Z BuC Kf &TELEVISIONWHITE :;:;: grandchildren and two great-
!:
{. Protein \ rr :::;: great-grandchildren.
:: ?I
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IJ.. :::: Funeral services were held
'L LIMIT ONE .ill:: Saturday in the chapel of the
5;: 4orldQM }:} I 0096 ALUMINUM ':: Archer Funeral Home of Lake
; ; SOLID ::
5 :::::::
)}} STATE m:: ::::
CHASSIS
DeVIlBISS-MODEL 262 2 GAL. ON/REG/ :ND RAPID :::::::::::::::::::::: Butler with Bro. Samuel Long
m y.1- n } It sg STEP UDDER .:::1;::1:1:1::;::i::::: officiating. Burial followed in
I HUMIDIFIER . 12'19i f( J :::.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.::..::1.. Mt. Zion Cemetery.

DeVILBISS-MODEL 460.2 GAL. 82 8 8 STURDY i j jm\\\m \:>> Mil roll Drim-nll j jI

CRYSTAL : 15 88 ALUMINUM Ji:;:::::;: I
: : HUMIDIFIER . REG .:.:.BIREG. :::::: ':11 Mrs. Marion Driscoll. 82.

'. : ISOPROPYLALCOHOL r. A Just 19 88 \\I!! !!!IIIII!!!!!!!;::::::::::::::: died Florida Gainesville.Sunday Regional Born in In Hospital the Sheffield.North in

; WITH flU :; England, Mrs. Driscoll had
PERSONAL 2 _
t.. DIRECT GAF SMALL MIUHC t 1 1 Imm:::: lived in Keystone Heights for
LIGHT. '
\' VIEWFINDER: POCKET CAMERA WEIGHT IRONING _:_:::':':':'::::: ten years. She was a member
LIMIT ONE WAGON ita p U of the Keystone Chapter No.

}- -- ;. .....!; ?'c. 9 9 ff.99. BOARD GRILl 1::11uo.AMI.'tA'!!!!'!' !"..'r 279 Woman's, O.E.S.Club, the the Keystone Keystone '

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$ 9 REG Club the...Senior
: Fellowship )
; WITH r '''''
16OZJBTL. C ; 3688 .;:r., Citizen's Organization and the "
WRIST STRAPI!
III -- :::
Church.
:le-- REG. 1099 Faith Presbyterian
;, 5 + FULL SIZE BOARD 688 88 Jh:::::::::::::;: :;::; Survivors include her

}.,,; :..5 PERFORATED TOPE WITH 26 !Jl! !!!!!!!!!!!;:::::}:: daughter husband. ,H.C.Mrs.Driscoll Marjorie; one

} SIX PAX TO UCH CONTROL HOOD TllT.A.WW a roslrloN }1:;IPDCON i:::::::::;::::;:::::::: Hamerschlag Calif. of Palm
STANAD'. "" ::::::::::::::::::::::: Springs ; one son
MODEL fbK :: : : :
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ti y:; .. ........ .. TRAVEL-TAIHER 2091 :::::::::::::::::::::: Oliver Ward of Rushing.
r................L...:.... : ii::: :.?.:}.5 STURDY fOAMs UIyATI OMSMOWfR r Na PULSATING AItX>:K iruVE 1W! !rr !mj!:::>:: Jane Calif.Driscoll; two stepdaughters.of Starke and

CONSTRUCTION I HOLDS A | T 0 E SHOWER ::::::::::::::: of
HAMPER ::::::::::::::: Mrs. Lillian Seals
IX PAK OF YOUR 58 > :;:[::ii:1:::::[::::::: Hammonton. New Jersey; one
J ROLAIDS I '"' FAVORITE9EVERAGE. ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::i brother William Ward of
#' s \L- REG. 79' R: .|I 088 4M A A SIT STURDY ON HAMPER PLASTIC .: Sheffield England; one sister,
9. BELLOW Mrs. Nellie McGolrick I of
&
s ANTACID NI JMW REG. 488OMtOVftOT WHITE Sheffield; five grandchildrenand .
TEMPTATION 12' OZ five greatgrandchildren.Funeral
FAMILY ASSORTMENT 13'* OZ ASSORTED services will Iwheld
TABLETS OH QUAKER HILL 13OZ Thursday Sept. 30 at II
tii '/ SPEARMINT OR PEPPERMINT COOKIES LIVING GLOVES COVEK-FOAM :::::::::::;:::::::::::;:::::::::: a.m. in the DeWitt C. Jones

s / 12 i 3 ROLL PAK LIMIT PAK s CHAIR / ; J : rm n rmI1 Chapel with Dr.in James Keystone R. Neale Heights Jr.
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i\ Ot I 4 PROTECT YOUR ASSORTED//// // .::.::.::.::.::.::.::.::.::.::.::.::.::.::.::.::.::. officiating. Interment will be
::::::::::::::::: in
m.1! 99 Keystone Heights
YOUR CHOICE' 77 J88 rJ7.
I REG. 99 REG 139 COLORS Cemetery. In lieu of flowers.
; s '
; REG. 2 49 the family requests that
4 :#t _J- I donations be made to the
Faith Presbyterian Church

ll .tA IDr 1 nE.OZ.."80X'. RAID Building Fund.
BRENNER'S.PEANUT AIIX .. SOliD _
; ::;:} KILLS I' :::::::::::::::::::::::;::::::::::::: :\1 rl.!; Clara Stewart

.:$][ BUTTER KISSES I w Er a 4N MICE RATS 3D 3 J44 KllLS I I f N N E R K'I1ER ..'_ [ 1 j j jm\ \ \ t1 1 Mrs. Clara P. Stewart at her 60

w o N 5 ECTS I. ;::::;::::::::::::: died September 28
DOoRS
UP T 04 1 J ::::;::;::::::::::;:' home after a brief illness.
':, CANDIES FARMHOUSE- 12OZ. REG 99 MONTHS :::::::::::::::::::::::;:::;:::::;:::::1 Born in Lake Butler, Mrs.

TRIAL SIZI BAG LIMIT, TWO 66 ": Stewart had lived in Starke for
..:: REG. 89c the past two years. She was a
\ MAYBEUINEGREAT member of Emanuel Holiness
__ .. ._ : Church.
I LASHMASCARA !mm rm i ili ii li COUPON' : .i ii. Survivors include her
GO TO THE GAME & SIT IN COMFORTI! husband. Rev. Arthur Stewart
:111::::::::: LADIES :::::::}:: ArtATe2 of Starke one daughter Mrs.

L = STADIUM SEAT :I 11 11j j POLYESTER SLACKS m ;>: r ULTRA -J} Calif.Jewell; McKay three; sons of Sacramento Dallas of

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VERY BLACK ::::::: ::::: BAN 5000 Plant City and Arthur and
; : ,,,,, BROWNISH DURABLE WASHABLE ;::::::::::::1: SLIGHT FLAREI :::::::U Douglas both of iwcramento,
u BLACK AND : VINYL COATED. FOLDS 99 ::1i:::;: : : SOLIDS ANDPRINTS. 9 = >1:::;::::{: 5 OZ. PLUS 2 OZ BONUS :j Calif.; three brothers
.; 11511 BROWNLIMIT } FLAT FOR EASY CARRY 3 :::::::::::.:. 29 ;.;::;:::::: :1 SCENTED AND .i Tramell Powell of Lakeland
ONE ; ING AND STORAGE ::::::::::::::; REG. $3.99 ::::::::::: ultra UNSCENTEOWITHOUT Adrin Powell of Jacksonvilleand
ii SSY < T ; ;
g2 :::: :::::: ::::::::: I .1! El Powell of Ojus, Fla..
REG. 5.49
:::;:::::::::: : : ban COUPON SALE
:::::::: 4 9 one sister, !Mrs. Frances
Pilll ::::f:::+::::fl': I : : .
c::::$:*I PRICE IS 84' 13grandchildren
Ojus
:::::: 5OOO ;
A :::::::: :::::;:::: UMIT WITH !
.....'-. .L -! ::::::::::::} LADIES TANK ti::::::::::r,:I COUPONTHAU Ii t grandchildren. and 3 great.
::::::::::::=- ::::::::::; OCT z 'Te : Funeral services were held

ZEBCO XB65 REG. 18.98 11jjjj//' TOPS & T-SHIRTS 11j 1 1 1j1 == IJ ECKERD UI September 29 in Pine Valley

:.:.:.: :':':':':':':':':"":"::":"::":';"::;:':'''':''::''''''''.;:............... .......:.........:.........:.:.:.:.:.;:.: Church Congregational with Rev.Holiness Dout
*1 SPINNINGCOMBO :::::::. ':::::::::::: -. .''COUPON .:: Thornton and Rev.
I .. Henry
::::: CHOICE OF
8 ::;:>;::, 266 ::1j.::::: w:1: Thornton officiating. Burial
PERSONNA74I 149 :::::::::: SOLIDS OR ::K:::
in::;;:: PRINTS :i:1:: : | | EARTH BORN .: followed in Mt. Zion
11 OOUIll CDCI COMPUTE WITH MONO LINE REG. 349 ;, Cemetery. Archer Funeral
I t 1 tJ P .! H SHAMPOO[ Home of Starke handled

BLADES f;::1:::; WIPE CLEAN VINYLI UMU :'k:}:'::':'::< 8 OZ. FOUR arrangements.

PLAN 0. 3 TRAY : i{f NAVY HI-PENNY ::Y 1tJ.: I TYPES ph, ;;..;.""..'..'='.$::::.........;..;..,.:....;..:.:..:..-...:.:.:-::.}.;.'...>...;.1...'..:..,
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The of
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7'f BOX 499 .y. :: Dorothy M. Lamar would, like
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Tornado gridders shut out rushed for 67 yards in the first its Revel own 42 but couldn't
Monticello 14-0 on a rain half and only 35 in the second. move. stopped Nelson
soaked Bradford field Friday Big fullback Jimmy Clark, after three yards on the The Tornado defense pours on on an attempted Tiger end sweep. From left are monster man
night in a contest hampered 6-2, 220 pounds, led Tornado pitchout around the Tornado Charlie Revel, on ground after making tackle; cornerback Erie Biggs, 12; end Jay Godwin, 82,
right end. Cox was held to one and linebacker Jimmy Clark 44.and unidentified Tornado lineman.
by a lack of footing and in rushers with 53 yards in 16
which ball handling was carries, a 34 yard average. yard up the Tornado middle The Big Red defense allowed the Tigers 67 yards rushing In the first half, and In the second half
uncertain.But Running back Andrew Carter ,het / which could not be penetratedby cut that to 33 yards
r a the Tigers all
night QB
it gives the Tornadoes a rushed for 36 yards in 11 r
so far unmarred 3-0 record for carries, a 3.3 yard average. rp wide Keith Roddenberry tried to hit his head, however, and the short, by less than a yard, of late in the third period,
the 1976 season. Some 1,500 Aycox, who accounted for receiver Robert ball advanced 15 more yardsto the second first down. Clark Jimmy Clark punted to the
fans attended the game in rain all the scoring, rushed five Williams 6-8. but the ball Inside the Monticello 15. punted 40 yards into the Monticello two yard line. The
which persisted until almost times for 24 yards, sailed way high.Monticello With rain falling steadily Monticello endzone. Tornadoes seemingly had
the fourth period. average, the short touchdown punted 27 yardsto the Tornadoes stuck to The Tigers took over at the Tiger receiver Ronnie Nelsonall
t, The Tornadoes managed to run actually lowered his the Tornado 39, where BUS straight dives, lessening the 20, but were penalized five bottled up. Somehow,
put together one"drive of 61 average for the night. let the ball roll dead and took chance of losing the slippery yards for penetrating the Nelson got through all the red
yards in the first period to The Tornadoes put the ball over. football. neutral zone and the ball was uniforms and cut for his left
take a 6-0 lead, Kenny Aycox in the air only four times. "It ( LL Big Clark went through the Carter dove for a long two pushed back to the 15 Nelson sideline with a host of Tigersto
getting the touchdown on a just wasn't a night to pass," left side for seven yards on yards, and Clark followed hit twice for seven yards block for him.
dive from just outside the goal said Coach David Hurse, who first down, then Carter was hit with another off tackle dive before the Tigers punted to Only Tornado players far
line. But that was all the had hoped to utilize his aerial at the line of scrimmage and for five yards to the their 46 yard line. enough to the opposite side of
scoring in the game that was attack more than in the first got only a yard. Clark came Monticello seven yard line. Kenny Aycox, deep for the the field had the angle to get
closely fought until the speedy two games.. back over the left side for BHS came back with Clark Tornadoes, caught the ahead of the blockers and try
Aycox zipped down the left Fullback Clark was creditedby three yards and the first over the right side for two and took off to his right bend to catch the speedy Nelson
sideline on a 46 yard punt Coach Nurse with gettingthe Tornado' first down of the yards, to the 5 yard line, a foot a wall of Tornado blockers. Tornadoes Andrew Carter,
return midway through the tough yards when the game. short of a first down. Clark hit Andrew Carter neatly decked Franklin Bell, and Erie Biggs
third period to give the Tornadoes needed them. QB Prevatt threw for over the left side for four the lone Tiger who had any didn't give up and finally
'Tornadoes some measure of Clark received a lick on the wideout Allan Norman in the yards which left the football chance at all of catching converged on Nelson at about
comfort: head when he dove and left flat, but the pass was nestling about a foot from the Aycox from behind. the Bradford 20 yard line.
Fullback Jimmy Clark ran recovered a loose football and behind the receiver. The goal line,and gave BHS a first The speedy Aycox turned it Carter finally pushed Nelson
for the two point conversion to was forced to leave the game J quarterback then called his down. on behind the wall. At about out of bounds at the BHS 17
give the Tornadoes a 14-0 lead early in the fourth period. own number and slipped On first down Aycox dove the 20, two Tigers had gotten Raleigh Cox got nothing on
with 7:40: left in the third through scrimmage into the through the left side for the inside of the wall, but Aycox first down from 17, Bradford's
period TORNADOES TIGERS Tiger secondary for a long touchdown, with 14 secondsleft followed his blocks and cut Kenneth Cruger, Marty
The Tigers from Jefferson ,121 PlrsDowns. Water splashes up from a drenched BUS gridiron as seven yards before he was in the first period. The back to the inside and had Russell, and Jay Godwin
YOLO.m.d Rus111n772
County never did give up and S VI.0.1....P...... II quarterback Jimmy Prevail Is coralled by Tiger linebacker brought down from behind. drive had consumed over half clear sailing to the goal. The refusing to give ground. On
came within a yard of puttinga 1+0 .PC PA.,PI. 1.11.1 Robert Alexander. Clark slammed over right the first period, the Tornadoes 46 yard punt return, the first second down, however,
touchdown on the board in IS Y01.Punta.,.Ara000..11.... 6.1'7SY..1U elected to receive The Tigers eight yards to midfield before tackle for five yards and the covering the 61 yards in 14 touchdown for a Tornado sophomore quarterback Keith

the third period, only to I "vmll'' Lost I successfully ran the Tornado linebacker Jimmy Clark and second first down. plays. came with 7:40: Koddenberry ran the Tornado
fumble the slippery pigskin to ends for an initial first down. middle guard Kenneth Cruger Running back Andrew QB Prevatt tried the keeperfor remaining in the third period. right end on the keeper, and
Tornado linebacker Lee Score by qu.rf.r.: Cornerback Erie Biggs madean made the stop. Carter couldn't get throughthe a two point conversion, but Clark pushed his way over slipped tackles to the 112'
Casey. ankle tackle on determined On third and one from the Tiger forewall and was fell short of the goal. The right tackle for the two point half yard line where Kenny I
The muddy field made it J 8H'.f( t 0000-0 0 I 0-14 Tiger runner Raleigh Cox but BHS 49, linebacker Clark held to two yards on first score stood at 64)) conversion for the game Aycox, Charles Revel and .
extremely difficult to run and Cox got loose on the next play broke through to throw Cox down. Prevatt was hit at the The game settled downto winning margin of 14-0 Lee Casey finally stopped I
the wet ball made it nearly for eight yards before for a four yard loss. Jefferson line on second down. a hard hitting contest under The Tornado offense had him I
impossible to use the pass. Scoring fumm.r i Bradford monster man County punted 26 yards from Then came the only Tornado the rainy skies for the only two first downs in the With a first down at the :
Monticello tried to employ an Sits- Aycon ono foot run. CP. run Charles Revel made the stop. its own 47 to the Tornado 28 pass completion of the game. remainder of the first half. second half compared to six in Tornado H* yard line,
outside running game with 1.11.0.ENS. Ronnie Nelson proved where Charles Revel made a Prevatt hit wideout Allan Neither team cculd put the first. While the Tigers Roddenberry fumbled the
power plays around the end, Aycox.. yard punt roturn EPCIarli equally tough for the fair catch. Norman at the sideline for five together a drive. made four first downs in the center. The loose
but was unsuccessful under runMonticello Tornadoes to bring down, as Andrew Carter got two yards where he was Bradford High received to second half, they could not puta football bounded backward.
the conditions and the he then ran the Tornado right yards in a dive over left tackleon immediately struck down bya open the second half. Clark drive together Tornado end Keith Carter
Bradford defense. The Tigers won the toss and end on the power sweep for the first Bradford play Tiger tackler The tackler and behind Carter the BHS moved offensive the football line But Monticello did miss a tried to pick the ball up and
I from scrimmage was penalized for hitting with golden opportunity to score
t -- --- Quarterback Jimmy Prevatt for one first down but fell when the Tornadoes punted (See Page 9)

t added three more on the
keeper over right tackle. But a
third down motion penalty "Tough Time" Expected From
pushed BHS back to the 28
from where Carter tried to
.
throw the halfback pass, but
1I was way off with the wet ball. Ram Visit Here
Clark punted off the side of Friday Nightspeed

his foot. Monticello took over

"Eastside always give us a in the backs and block and run the sweep Ocala Forrest in the second
rough time," Coach David receiver. They commonly usea Complimenting Wilkersonon game
Hurse says of tomorrow split backfield with a split the Ram offensive line are The Rams have used a split
night's game (Friday, Oct. 1)) end and a second receiver in tight end Al Peoples, number six defense with no middle
gridiron test with the 1-2 the slot on the same side as the 88, 180-pound 6-2 senior, who guard. The secondary has
Rams of Gainesville. split end. can catch the look in pass andis three linebackers and is
Eastside is always the The Rams are led by right team captain; Art Brewer, overloaded to the wide side
quickest team Tornado tackle W.P. Wilkerson, a 250- number 79, 215-pounds 6-3 The three big linemen.
L8OOFR1 footballers face each season, pound 6-0 senior who goes both senior, who is big and strong Brewer, Wesley and
and always use a big play, ways and Is described by BHS and has good speed and is a Wilkerson played defense as
stunting defense which gives scouts as the best football good blocker. Left guard Sam well as offense against
I II the offense trouble runningthe player on the Eastside team. Wesley, number 66, is :200- Palatka South.
I
I Ir football. Wilkerson can block on pounds, 6-0, and a senior. The Tornadoes will use their
r "We're going to have to be offense and moved to the ball Ram quarterback is same line-ups again this
much improved Friday night quickly on defense. He wears sophomore Nolan Williams, Friday. Quarterback Jimmy
over the Monticello game," number 76.Favorite. number 11 155-pounds, 5-11, Prevatt is supposed to be the
Hurse says. His gridders will running plays of Williams is young but moves healthiest this season.
GENERAL 1 ELECTRIC 2O.8cu.ft. meet the Rams at 8 p.m. on Eastside are behind well and tries to read on the
i Bradford Field. Wilkerson Best Ram running veer option. He is a good

The Tornadoes have not run play is the power sweep passer, but likes to run the St. Vincent Hunts
ball too. Williams will blockon
around the end.
s a a away from Eastside in past
i a' o f Tiger Ronnie Nelson caught seasons. Last year Bradford Top Ram back is right the sweep. TALLAHASSEE Dates
this pass but coughed it up High won 7-6; the year beforeit halfback Mike Thomas a 150- Left halfback Curtis for the archery and primitive
when hit hard by Tornado was 14-7 pound 5-11 junior Thomas Johnson, number 25, Ho- weapons hunts on St.
I a E a s a Kenny Aycox:, right. The Ram offense has good looked good inside against pounds, is small at 5-6 but the Vincent's Island near
1 size up front with plenty of Palatka South and can both little senior is quick as a cat. Apalachicola have been
He likes to get outside the received from the Game and

BHS JV Downs Florida Deaf 268week's defense.Eastside likes to try to get Fresh Commission.Water Fish

outside with the football using Three four-day hunts have

Bradord County High's In the final period Tornado soggy season opener.He sweeps and roll outs behind been scheduled with archeryset
Formerly *52905 varsity football squad sloshedits runners scored some four explained the wet field big Wilkerson. for October 21-24 and
way to a 26-8 victory over times but all were called back conditions forced the TornadoJV Williams will throw to November 18-21. The
the Florida School for the by officials for various to run up the middle Peoples on the short look-in. muzzleloader hunt will be
NOW ONLY Deaf of St. Augustine in its infractions. against Florida Deaf, rather Split end Terry Edwards December 9-12
season opener action here last A check of the final stats than risk losing the ball on number 10,140-pounds5-6, anda Permits will be issued
1 Thursday. shows that Cummings, a 5-11 fumbles and incomplete senior. Slot back is Gary hunters on a first-come: first-
NOfR0 , Irosta u0 t0 449 start of last Thursday's the Tornado running attack Cox also praised the effortsof 5-7 sophomore Both have on the island. During the
uDW Cou d 1. 1rse2er WTCoty contest presented less than with 107 total yards for the sophomore center Mike good speed and are dangerous archery hunts, no more than
I 2D, ass ideal footing conditions for the evening, including his pair of Muse, 5-9 and 165 followingthe deep.. 650 hunters will be allowed on
season opener, but Tornado scoring runs. season opener win. "He The offense relies on speed the island at any given time
running backs overcame the Tyson finished second in did one heck of job at center and quickness. The Rams, and during the muzzleloading
.. Two Ice 'n Easy trays, bin weather and Florida Deaf's total yards with 60, includinghis for us," the JV mentor said of except for Wilkerson will not hunt, no more than 300
C Power saver switch can help defense to roll up four 10 yard touchdown run and the young center, who had try to overpower an opponent, Legal game are whitetaileddeer
V lOW1Att reduce cost ot operation touchdowns and one play the extra point conversion been tapped for the position says BHS scouts. wild hogs, raccoon and
A EMpKER ., 3 adjustable shelves. action extra point conversionin romp. Like Cummings,Tyson only two weeks prior to lastThursday's The Rams got their first win opossum. Orange colored
r See-thru crispers and adjustable posting the 26-8 win. a 5-6 and 160 pound game of the last hunting garments are
season Friday, a 13-
1 Ad pow extra Dcastat : meat keeper, Sophomore running back sophomore, had some 50 yards The Tornado offensive front 0 shutout over Palatka South. required.All .
; Rolls out on wheels Dwayne Cummings put the rushing nullified by the fourth
'. wall also received favorable Palatka South fumbled seven travel to the island is
II Only 30V. wide, 66" high Tornado JV squad on the quarter errors.Following comments from Cox, who said times in the game, twice over water with no public
board first last week'sconlesl his squads'season
score in
transportation
sophomore guard inside the Ram five yard line provided
with a first quarter, opener win, head JV Jenkins Campsites are
QependreGE Isaiah sophomore and lost another after unimproved.
Come four yard touchdown run. football Coach Reddy Cox said tackle John Valinski and completion of a sure scoring More information may be
lcooterto POWER SAVER HELPS CUT Marvme Tyson another the contest was "a good sophomore tackle Marcus play on a long pass. The Rams obtained from the commission

ptotongt it,, OPERATING COST UP TO 14% sophomore running back put learning experience" for his Cruce all did "a fine job". in went to the air just four times office in Panama City or by
the Tornadoes out in front 12-0 Tornado chargers.
clearing the way for Tornado against Palatka, completing writing Refuge Manager, St.
al- WHEN SWITCH later In the opening period "Overall, we're pleased running backs. Cox noted that two. The Rams lost 12.7 to Vincent National Wildlife
/ POWtft IN "DRY" I with a 10 yard scoring run. with the" team'sperformance all three big linemen, Live Oak in the season opener Refuge. P.O. Box 447,
SAVfftrnl Coach Cox
Rapid Elect1S POSITION. i. Florida Deaf's Dragons averaging 180 pounds, played and were clobbered 35-0 by Apalachicola, Fla. 32320.
ptag rallied late in the second said, summing up feelings for both in the season
m Can be a period, completing a pair of himself and assistant JV ways in at offensive
opener, filling
6 m toow e MODEL TBF-21D 1 wt TR MONEY SAVER! passes good for some 35 yards, Coach Mike Hartley "It was a and defensive front line I
cnovmac QODr. and scored their lone good game to get the positions. BHS-GHSJVsMeet
: nma touchdown of the evening with butterflies out before we meet Cruse and Jenkins led the

just one second remaining some of our tougher defensive unit with six "It's always been a tough 'veer attack, Marvin Tyson
before the halftime opponents, and showed that unassisted tackles apiece. game," Coach Reddy Cox and Dwayne Cummings at
intermission. It was just lone we need more work on Cox said the entire says of tonight's contest at backs, Mike Muse at
rTJ--5.1 running
GENERAL ELECTRIC 14.2 ffi: enough for the Dragons to adda conditioning Cox who added works defensive unit played well, Tornado Field, which pits his center. Mark Mosley at split
Coach
two-point conversion, with Hartley, and noted the performances of BHS junior varsity squad end Donald Reddish at tight
another aerial, before the two with the defensive secondary defensive end
sophomore against traditional
rival
NO-FROST POWER-SAVER end John Valmski and
-- --- I sides went into halftime units, said the Dragon'sscoring
Danny Hildebran, and Gainesville High at 7 o'clock. Marcus Cruce at tackles
huddles with BHS holding a pass caught the freshman Robbie Pierce Over the
as past two season the Robbie Pierce at weak side
defense
: 12 8 leadBradford's'JV. Tornado playing the "
-
REFRIGERATOR with BIG rather than the "outstanding. games between the two JV guard and (Isiah Jenkins and
I squad pulled run first, pass. Freshman Randy Reddish squads have been decided by a Al Chapman alternating at
-y' 4.58 ft. Freezer from the "They just weren't reading turned out to the crowd touchdown
-. cu. Zero-Degree away four-point their keys" Hartley single according strong guard.
1 halftime margin on a pairof pleaser, as he sprinted onto to Coach Cox "It's never beena Cruce and Valinski will see
+ a Two Ice 'n Easy trays. NOW ONLY third quarter scores. explained, adding that the the field In the late going to a run away" he notes. action on defense too,from the
>m+ii r; ), Power saver switch can help I Sophomore quarterbackDinky defense will "get sessions it together"after this thunderous round of applausefrom Gainesville High, along with defensive tackle positions.
reduce cost o( operation, Kilby called his own practice the some 200 spectators Buchholz, were the two losses Bernard Johnson Is the nose
.2 Adjustable adjustable meat cabinet keeper.shelves$ 9 951 number from the one yard line week in. preparation meeting with fortonight' attending last week's season on last yeat's 6.2 Tornado JV guard and Mosley and Danny
3 8 in the of opener, wearing a newly
Only 23" wide 61" high. WIT opening minutes Gainesville High here. squad record. Hildebran fill the defensiveend
second half play for the acquired jersey with a big positions.
Model TBF-14O touchdown that put the Cox said sophomore signal bold numeral three halfway Tornado JV gridders go intotonlght's The Tornado JV defensive
Tornadoes out in front 18-8, caller Dinky Kilby, 5-3 and concealed below his hip pads. contest here, with an secondary has Jenkins and
before he gave the ball to 128, did a "real good Job"in Reddish, 4.3 and 80 pounds Is unblemished record, having Pierce at linebackers,
SAWYERSLADEAPPLIANCE Tyson for the two-point running the offense duringthe listed on the Tornado JV defeated the Florida School Cummings and Donald -
"He read
conversion season opener. roster as a specialist. He runs for the Deaf 26-8 in last week's Reddish at cornerbacks.
Cummings rambled 15 the defensive secondary real" his own unique play called, season opener. Henry Pete at muster back
yards later in the third periodto well for a JV quarterback. appropriately enough, the Coach Cox announces his and Marvin Tyson at free
CENTER collect his second Coach Cox says he plans to "Reddish Reverse." The play starting line up for tonight's safety.
I touchdown and close scoringfor use the option and broke down last week, but clash with Gainesville High's Kickoff time tonight is 7
clash
the evening at 26-8 before more in tonight's withGainesville' Coach Cox says watch for it
JV on offense as: Dinky Kilby o'clock. Admission I is 75 cents
JV than he
y 332 W. Madison St. starkc, Fla. Ph 964-77O1 flags few quarter.in a mistakeriddledfourth against the Dragons, In last did tonight Gainesville, when his JV High's chargershost JV at Milner quarterback as the pro,man Richard In the adults.for students and $1 25 for



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SeptemberSO TELEGRAPH Pant


X00 UC Tigers Slosh, To 18-6 Victory Over Chiefland J


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miliji

pq LAKE BUTLER Union way back up field to the Indian faced with a third and 24 from Johns broke one tackle and Warren picked up 21 yards to followed blockers all the way I
County High running backs 49 yard line before he was their own 37 yard line. picked up the first down with the Indian 12 on first down, down to the Indian four yard
Sam Jackson and Steve finally forced out of bounds. The Tiger signal caller six yards to spare, before he then added four more yards to line. However a fumble on the .
Sirmones combined for better White picked up five yardson decided to go to the air for the was finally brought down the Indian eight with the same first and goal from the four
v than 270 yards In pacing the first down, but following a necessary first down yardage, from behind by the Indian pitch out play right, setting up turned ,the ball over.,to the
0 (LLL1Th5! Tigers to a third victory in as 15-yard penalty and a four hitting big tight end Danny safety at the Chiefland 33 yard Sirmone's score on the next Indians. --
many outing for the current yard loss on second down, the Johns on a crossing patternover line.Junior play. Chiefland netted two yards ..
season, an 18-6 romp over Tigers found themselves the middle. running back Wilco Jackson's extra point against the stubborn Tiger .
Chiefland High's Indians here attempt was low and was defense on three'running '
last Friday night. batted down at the line of plays from their own four, and .
Fullback Jackson sloshed 80 scrimmage.The Usher was forced to punt the ,
yards over the rain soaked Indians began their ball away from deep in his ,
field for what turned out to first offensive possession from own end zone on fourth down. .
be the winning touchdownwith their own 13 yard line, The Indian Quarterback-
HawthorneTigerContest just under three minutes t; u r following the Tiger kick off, punter got a 31 yarder off, and I
remaining in the third period, f and managed to work their a 15 yard penalty against the .
and finished the evening with way out to the 45 before the Tigers pushed the ball back I
141 total yards on 14 carries drive stalled. Senior linebacker into Union County territory at :
ToughestTo His longest sprint of the Cedric Warren, 175 pounds, the 49 yard line. .
evening was the game -----J : nailed Chiefland halfback Taking over at their own 49
winning, 80 yard scoring Kenny Foster at the Indian 45 the Tigers again called on the
scamper down the left side on a crucial third and five talents of fullback, Jackson,
.
Date : Roberts"Our after taking a pitchout from situation to stop the visitors' who picked up 17 yards In two "S..
Tiger quarterback Paul offensive drive some four carries to the Indian 34.
White. yards short of the first down Jackson added three more

toughest game to that contest was 12-7 with Sirmones wound up with 131 mark. yards to his night's work on
date," that's what Union Williston holding the edge. total yards in last Friday's Following the Indians' punt, first down from the 34, and
County High head football Roberts says the Hornets game on nine attempts. His good for just 18 yards, the White came up with a one
Coach Charlie Roberts possess a "diversified attack"on longest runs of the outing were Tigers were again in controlat yard gain on a second down
anticipates whim his Tigers offense, running from the both 45 yards, one came their own 42 yard line. keeper. .
tangle with Hawthorne Highon pro set alignment. "They run midway through the closing Warren picked up seven yardson On third down and six from
the Tiger's home field in well and have a real good quarter and was good for the first down, and Sirmones the Indian 30, Leandrew
Lake Butler at 8 o'clock passing game." Tigers final touchdown. tK' i ', I' brought the ball up to mid- Pringle checked into the Tiger ..\,
tomorrow night (Friday, Oct Dolan Douglas is the Hornet The Tigers, second ranked i ,.z" r YI *. sp field on second down with a backfield at riming back slot.
i). signal caller, and according to among the state's AA schoolsby --- -.- one yard gain.Sirmones Pringle, who directed the
The Tigers, ranked numberone Roberts' a sports writers poll going for the end end took the pitch out Tiger offense in the season
scouting reports, the Steve Sirmones outdistances Chlenand defender In foot race zone, as Tiger split
among the state's class sophomore quarterback likes into last Friday's contest, Alfred Holmes (17)( signals the TO. from White around the left opener win over Cross"City
AA prep football squads by the ass. When he does put the jumped out to an early lead in side on third down and (See Page 11).,
latest statewide; sportswriters ball up, again from Roberts' their meeting with Chief land'sIndians --....
poll, take uu unblemished 30 scouts, big tight end Tim last Friday, when
record for Die current season Webb is often on the receiving White engineered a 49 yard
into tomorrow night's clash, scoring drive following the "
while Hawthorne's Hornets endGreg Duboise is the Indian s opening kick off. iEd& LL ATTERWILLEGAR

bring a1 win.loss record Into workhorse in the Hornet Sirmones sprinted eight .. .
.
the contest. running attack, according to yards around left end to cap -- pmH -'
Huberts' Tigers advanced to Roberts, but Douglas does not the six play scoring drive in .
the top spot for class AA hesitate to spread the ball the opening moments of lastFriday's m : MOTORS
schools on (the sportswriters carrying chores around, using game.ChieOand's .
poll from the number two fleet-footed halfback Jimmy Indians posted
position when the former the outside their lone touchdown of the
Floyd on running
206 W. Madison St. 964.7200
evening in the opening ; ;
number one squad, Pahokec plays. ;': Hq -= :
High, fell Delray High, 14.2, "We'll need a real good moments of fourth quarter 't'l
last Friday night Delray Is defensive game," Roberts play, when quarterback
ranked fourth among the notes. Tommy Usher hit tight end
state's AAA schools On defense, Roberts' scout Charles Young with a six yard

While pleased with top says, the Hornets run from a scoring pass. Come See The All New
ranking. Roberts is quick to '60'alignment, a six man front -
add that he is "concerned with line. But Roberts adds that the Union County ChlalandS FORDAsk
winning games, not Hornet defensive unit"likes to Pif.t Downs 07Fr10
rankings," as he readies his move around a lot." nush..y.rds. 31-M
team for this Friday's "Tough" that's how 4 oS- .P.isin0Y4rd4..-PC-PI J.r-1 If2.0
opponent."Hawthorne. Roberts describes the Hornetson 2.10 ....n.-A... J.Mo
is a pretty good defense. "They're real Pumbin. Lost sr
team" Roberts says, noting physical and a big team," he nr P.nalil.oYards I.J
that they have looked strong notes.
in their three games to date Roberts says he has been Union County < 0 4 0 UChlollond
The hornets lone loss in their "impressed" with the 0 0 0 i o
three outings thus far was a scouting report on the About The Unbelievable Low Price For Thunderbird Lunury
UCalrmoa.s I run kick blockodlUC '
close one to powerhouse Hornet's big defensive left
Jackson 10 run I run lollodl
Williston High. Final score in tackle, Charles Buncombe, C Young o pots from Usher Iposs I Trim Size
Ca"ed' ..
UC Slrmonos 4S run (run Hindi. ) 5 -

A downpour, which ended(
just before the opening kickoff -
77 FordDuring
made for less than ideal E<
conditions and saw the two
sides lose the ball a combinedsix
times on fumbles for the
evening The Tigers lost the t
Iwh ball four times as they tried to
+ get the outside running attack
going from their wishbone g _!
': alignment, before settling
L ti. down to drives up the middleby ,.
F fullback Jackson.

I+ Chiefland also relied
heavily on fullback plunges up
the middle after fumbling the
i ball twice. Indian fullback
Jimmy Jesk ground out 56
4, yards on 16 carries through -
holes between the tackle slotsto

lead the Chiefland running The New Car .. .
attack for the evening. His ,
rr rt ', longest run picked up 11

yards.While. the Indians big Showing This Thursday
R fullback managed limited
success against the stubborn
Tigers defensive unit, two
other Chiefland backs were Friday&Saturday
not as fortunate. QuarterbackUsher
has a minus seven yard

output The Tiger in two defense carries.held the Clyde Terwillegar Will Offer

visitors to just yards total
offense for the evening, while
a his 't.aw. the Union County offensiveunit
rolled up 335 yards.

.: wata tr. Following the Indian's
opening kickoff,it took just six AIIOfThel9l6InStock
TIt'r..pllt( end Alfred Holmes ((17) grabs nothing but thin air as! plays for the Tigers to jumpout
Indian tU-frmlrrs. watch a fourth and goal passing attempt sail to a 6-0 lead on Sirmones
b'. eight yard scoring sprint.
Sirmones took the kick off at
describes as
who he
the Tiger 16 and weaved his
At
size-
for his
Io f Hunter Set extremely quick '.
at 6-3 and 215 pounds.
When the two teams met in
Sight*i On SnturdnyTtI.LAIIASSEEOne Hawthorne last year, the UCTliinclaclsFinish .

Tigers walked away from the
of :
clash with a 36-0 SeventhIn
Florida's. must popular sports virtue of a 24-point fourth DeaIerCot

dove Saturday hunting October takes 2.off at noon quarter scoring spree. Palalkn MeetUnion

And one of the most Tomorrow night's clash in
frequently asked questions to Lake Butler is a conference County cross country
the Game and (Fresh Water match up with the Tigers runners turned in a
Fish Commission is u here, ill already setting their sights on respectable showing in their There Is A Great Possibility That Due w
the doves be a berton the district play first outing of the season,
Fred St wildlife management for the terms every game on the Roberts, finishing seventh in To Economic Pressuries From ,
commission, says "that all remainder of the Tiger's team standings among the 25
depends Depends on the schedule a "must" win, and teams participating at the That Gas Prices Will Go ToBy Gal
weather( the food supply and says he is interested in only annual Palatka South
where in the state the hunter one ranking-being number one Invitational last Saturday The First Off The Year .
lives. at the close of the season. Veteran Union County
Dove shooters will again runner Mark. Timmons, a

with have through the a first three October phase phase continuing 31 season The TitrtunloesDown senior place thinclads showing, paced to' their in the the seventh Tiger team The Pinto Is a Great Little Gas Saver And Dealer

second phase opens standings, with a 17:25: time in
November 13 and runs the three mike\ event for a 10th


I I i from third through and December November final phase 18 28,through and runs the 1',.#ers. .., standings.place Freshman finish, in John the Timmons individual, Cost Is The Best Price Possible ",

of the
January 10.Stanberry. From Page 8> younger Tier
hunters to premier cross country -.
urged run with it, but could not find runner, took 24th place in the I sE .. .
Ermie Or
officially See ;
check when the sun the handle. Behind Carter individual standings at the Come Clyde, Byron TodayTERWILLEGAR :
.
be
sure
sets in their area to saltedon .
!! /)
linebacker Lee Casey Palatka meet with an 18:57:
within the legal
they stay of noon to the football, content to haveit effort.
hours
shooting
in his possession. Another freshman runner,
sunset. The fumble foiled a sure Dwayne Dukes, turned in a
The wildlife managementchief It the time for the three mile 1
that Monticello score. was 20:41:
f
also suggested know thefederal only time on the wet night that event to take 32nd place ;
hunters be sure they governingthe Monticello lost the football via individually.The ,
regulations fumble.It top 35 finishers In last
of these migratory
harvest the was a hard fought contest Saturday's meet were
to
take ,
birds before they
which the Tornado players awarded ribbons. k, : ." "
:
field he said "ifa expected to win by a much Bill Hemme, 39th with a MOTORST ,
example,
For
Jimmy time and Mark
another' birds higher score. QB of. 21:00:
takes
hunter
Prevatt told him on the Barrick, 49th with a 24:46:
in doing o.
from theliel.! and
limit he is in sideline, during the game, effort, rounded out order of
is over the daily had expected finish and times for the five- }
violation of the law just as if that the players
he shot the birds in the first a much easier game, Coach man Tiger cross country -
Nurse said. team. .
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editorial- ____- 'One Exciting Night' When The boysLeftForSpanishAmerican


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Debating The Great Debate"The War


Great Debate" it turns out was failure of the Ford administration to act

not the one that Gerald Ford and Jimmy aggressively on the energy crisis:

Carter staged In the old Walnut Street It was "one exciting night" company) has volunteered for service and was generally "STARKE'S MILITARY |During his talk he presented
Theatre last Thursday night, but rather Oil imports have climbed sharply when "the boys" of Company service "amid much recognized as one of the COMPANYiWentToTheWar I the boys with a beautiful silk
the one taking place in millions of living since the oil embargo and now comprise j B, 4th Battalion, under Capt. cheering" on April 21, and by topnotch units in the With Full Rank and Ito Own flag made by the ladles.
bars and street almost half of U.S. consumption. Eugene S. Matthews, left on the middle of May, the Battalion. It received orflc rs."Starke. "During he speaking the
rooms on corners the midnight train for Tampa number had grown to 85. favorable comment in several Florida, a village
in line and
around the U.S. as to "who won" the and service in the Spanish- Company B was credited with newspapers including the of about 1,500 population has |boys were drawn ,
first installment. Washington policy calls for the American War.Thirtyfive being the first Florida Guard following item from the (everybody hd a chance to bid
the distinction of being one of them It is estimatedthat
i
around the world of to volunteer goodbye.
rapid expansion men of the local company for Savannah News:
the few towns in the South to i 1,500 people were present.
Actually, the performance of both nuclear power plants which are with local
send full
a
participants was disappointing, with "increasing the danger of nuclear war"in i commissioned company and non- "The Victor Cornet Band
little if any. plowing of new ground, and Carter's opinion. He would give ti>";7 commissioned officers to the was also prelJent and enthused

most of the argument confined to "re- nuclear power a low priority stressingthe war. The home military everyone by playing
National air. All through the
runs" of the same old political tunes development of coal and solar : company simply recruited its 'evening Tjie' and 'YankeeDoodle'

tax reform, unemployment, inflation, energy instead. j ranks retained to its a officers.war footing and were cheered loud
"
and the energy "crisis. and long, and 'The Girl I Left

Oil and gas production have j "Captain Matthews, editor ;Behind Me' paused the boys to

Mr. Ford accused Carter of dropped steadily since 1970, while prices of the Starke Telegraph, still think of their fair ones they
leads the which is behind
company were leaving
inconsistent positions, inexperienced were more than doubled. f now Company M., First
viewpoints, and "playing fast and loose Florida, at Fernandina. "Everyoi In the hall shook
with the facts," all of which might come Billions have been spent developing C c Starke furnished about 100 1 hands with the boys and

under the heading of "so what else is Alaskan oil, "only to discover that we do men for the front, and the wished them success in every

newT Mr. Carter accused Ford if not need it on the West Coast and haveno .1 ;, I little village feels just pride in Maine
Remember the !
'
,
her
"insensitivity" to the plight of the means of getting it to the rest of the patriotism. -

unemployed, shifting positions on country." ( I When the company passed After the rousing send-off.
domestic issues, and not accomplishing"one through Starke, enroute to Company M continued to be in
Fernandina Thursday night, the news each week with such
for this
single major program One of America's greatest energy L they were presented with items as:

country" with the exception of avoiding resources,coallies unused in the ground _. cakes and lemonade and other
"another Watergate." while scarce resources like natural gas ,,- .. II" .' good edibles by the good -several people received
:.:-.!:.. ladies of the town. letters from the boys in
"
and oil Mr. .
are being rapidly depleted, '
Whether or not the debate ::" : .' following report from the letters tb*boys are having
accomplished anything for either The Florida Semi-Weekly a tough time of it. One of the

candidate is highly debateable and In this particular area which is handsome Horse And Rider Advocate,a Stake newspaper letters said they were livingon
that debate is still continuing, and certainly a crucial one Mr Carter of the time, described the hard tacit; and beef and

probably will until the second match in offers a much more specific program This "fine piece of horse Everett (Bud) Andreu who Congressman Lex Green. exciting left for service night when: the boys sleeping under oak trees.

October. t than Mr. Ford. Indeed the I flesh," decked out in fancy lived on part of the old Andreu -After hearing from the
Governor Carter was a little nervous ;administration's present policy in harness and mounted by land grant west of Starke. He House in background at GUARDS OFF TO WAR boys in Tampa and finding
who would was the youngest brother of right stands on the site that The Boys Left Last Night
rider Heed bread
handsome they were ID of the
and ill at at the but
ease beginning, seemed to hit his stride about the midway point. Mr. Ford had carefully i may be all gone." photographed in the early Andreu, who farmed in the it burned. This house has been under Capt. Matthews, left supply of bread, meat, etc.
rehearsed his "Presidential" stance and 1900's at the corner of Call and same area. Bud was the son of extensively remodelled over last night on the midnight Several of the ladies baked
seemed somewhat more at home under Cheery Streets in Starke. Lex and Carolina Andreu, who the years and is now the homeof train for Tampa. Never beforein any amount of biscuit, light
The rider was George were grandparents of the late Mrs. G.J. McGriff, Sr. the history of Starke has bread, etc., and the whole lot
the TV lights as well he might be. there been so much
Forever?
Lucky was shipped to Tampa on the
---- excitement there last
as was
T Sunday night train. When the
According to the pollsters, neither Luck ,t.! night. Almost everyone in boys received it they
with two girls gave
was running young By
Agents h town
County was at the
candidate won a clear-cut victory ,$ present
,who escaped injury when they rode to bid the three cheers for the good
Armory last
boys a
V ladies oC .
Stgrke.Mr
: though Mr. Ford apparently gained Bobby
1 their bicycle into a car on SR-16 at the farewell."A I.
; slightly more new support than did his (Grand Street intersection last week just Notebook ?Lfo TaylorEven large number of the Arthur Alvarez
Of the viewers
opponent. questioned after, the school buses left. crowd were women, and it returned yesterday morning
31.8 per cent thought Carter came out was easy to see that many of from Tamrui.! He says that all

on top 34.4 per cent favored Mr. Ford. The bicycle with two elementary though cattle prices program. Soil selection and wheat. Avoid planting unt t them were near relatives to the boys are doing well and
Another 33.8 per cent said neither man students riding it struck the rear of the have dropped again the last sampling for a soil analysis adapted rye from northern some of the departing having a good l time. They haveto
won, or expressed no opinion. This few weeks, cattlemen shouldbe should always be first. states which will produce little soldiers. On all sides, women drill twice a day in about
too thin to be moving car. Luckily, it must have been a thinking about how theywill Legumes like a soil that is forage in late fall or early were silently weeping and the four inches of sand, and the
margin accurate
was an
glancing blow when the driver swervedto feed their herd in the naturally moist but not winter and will usually be t throngs that so enthusiastically weather is very dry and
indicator of national sentiment, and poll avoid the oncoming bike. But how winter months. They need to subject lo flooding Most of severly damaged by leaf rust. cheered the Guardsmen warm.

experts say that a small sampling of long will our good luck continue to hold? consider a program that will our flatw nods areas are concealed many a broken-
opinion, such as this, could err by 2.9 per supply the most feed and suitable. A soil analysis will Rye varieties recommended |hearted mother, sister or -The Joseph Eckert
cent when applied to nationwide nutrients for the least amountof determine (the kinds and fur( late( fall and early winter sweetheart for whom the Bakery revived telegram
Elementary school students going to money. amounts of lime and fertilizer grazing are Wrens Abruzzi. glory of war had no charmsnow Sunday Mm Capt. E.S.
population figures.On and from Starke Elementary School For most cattlemen who that will need to be applied. Calor; Florida Black and that their loved ones were Matthews ordering 2,000
cross busy Orange Street, busy SR-16, have plenty of native pasture The next step would be (to \Vcser. McNair Vitagraze, going into real danger. loaves of bread. Mr. Eckert
the question of issues, Carter fared (woodland or range) a liquid select varieties that are Pennmgton Wintergrazer 70 kept the oven hot all day
better than Mr. Ford, with a larger and ultra-busy and ultra-dangerous four- or range, diux adapted to the areas and have ACCO Wr-811 Gurley Grazer f The company formed in Sunday baiting the bread for
of those the laned US-301. Our children cross these supplement might be the best grown and produced well for 2UOU( ) Explorer, and Klbon are the Armory and the ladies the boys. He shipped 500
percentage favoring streets twice daily.They are some of the Others might have grown and grazing."Whlte clovers like LA recommended for winter and I i presented each man with a loaves Sunday night and the
I Georgian saying they did so because of busiest streets in Starke. harvested hay or corn. But SI and Nouns Improved have early spring grazing. i neat little case in which to balance Moi'da' )."
his programs for coping with domestic most cattlemen will reed (to proven themselves as good Oats may be planted and I I problems. "Knowledge and experience"were grow some type of winter perennial varieties Annual graced earlier than rye. They' thread etc. The ladies also
What is
is needed uniformed
among the factors influencing a forages. clovers like hul>am. crimson, are very palatable, but I i served cake to the boys, and it FORESTRY
those who favored patrolman or patrolwoman to patrol I still suggest winter and red have also been good susceptible to frost injury. Re- is safe to say that the Guards
:Mr.
Ford. these crossings as Patrolman Felix Sapp legumes like white clover for crops on some farms. commended varieties are! will never forget and greatly III 1.'lt'.1 COUNTY
i i I news patrols Orange Street On US-301 folks who have suitable land. Inoculation of legume seed Florida 501, Elan, and Coker r ,appreciate their kindness in
In the highly important area of energy there is They are frost tolerant and with nitrogen fixing bacteria 227. such a dainty feast by Richard Schroeder
nothing except a blinking lightto preparing
policies Mr Carter seized the initiativeby can supply highly nutritious just prior to planting is a Ryegrass is a valuable s County, Forester!
get motorists to slow down for the feed during the winter and must. This especially winter and spring grazing
advocating the establishment of a school zone. spring months. This is the best necessary vuX ,planting a crop for use on our flatwoodssoils. | "Several of Starke's silver Financial llelp In Planting
new, Cabinet-level department time to have good feed legume on a paaaure far the Ryegrass may be seeded I tongued orators were present Trees

combining all federal energy functions What is needed is an adult patrolmanwoman because most cows have first time. alone, or with a small grain on and rendered enthusiastic The Federal< Government
under a single roof. Included among calved and need the feed to Even: though they are rnoaja a prepared seedbed. It can speeches for the occasion.The cooperates in a cooperative
I those abolished and consolidated would or perhaps a school boy patrol produce milk to get the calf off expensive to grow on a pw 'also be overseed onto speakers were: Maj. I.E. that
could be used on Orange and Grand to a good start( acre basis, small grains and permanent grass pastures if f Webster, who delivered an program to plant trees.pays
be the Federal Energy Administration, Streets. That would free Mr. Sapp to Most legumes. when ryegrass for gazing can be the pasture is mowed or interesting talk in behalf of This time of the
; the Federal Power Commission, the patrol US-301 at the opening and closingof properly innoculated sill beneficial on many farms. grazed closely before the Company and the 4th program, culled FIP year or the

Energy Research and Development school, and perhaps lunch time if supply nitrogen for their own The same steps for productionof planting. Recommended rye- Battalion. He was followed by Forestry Incentives Program,
Administration, and the Energy growth and provide some winter legumes should be grass varieties are Florida i Col. CL. Peek, who made an 1 Is being designed for the
Resources Council. necessary. 301 offers the most danger, nitrogen for other plants followed for small grains and Rust Resistant, Gulf enthusiastic speech regarding! upcoming year; if you'rethinking
, we feel. growing with or following egrass. Magnolia, Northrup King!!i the departure of the boys. of planting trees this
them.This can be a big savingof Rye is the small grain Tvtrablend 44-4 and i Maj. Bugg was next season you'll- need to know
Carter points with'alarm to what he What we'd like to see on 301 (Temple fertilizer dollars in a most widely used for winter IVnmngton Wintergree introduced and made an 1 about this year's program.
says are conditions brought about by a Avenue) is a walkway under the pasture production program. gracing. H>e is more cold Call or visit your ('ount3 i appropriate talk which was i Money for landowner
over or
lack of in There are some important tolerant than oats and Agent's office in Starke if yet loudly cheered. Col. J.T. Wills allocated
leadership Washington and payments I I' from
, a road, as we've said before. Since the steps that need to be followedin generally producss more want more information about' made the closing speech of the the State to each) County,
State Department of Transportationrefuses a legume production forage than either oats or seeding times, rates, etc. evening and was heartily, according lo' an estimate of

The Easy JJ ayOut ? to fund a walkway, the school applauded time and again by their need. Arty landowner can
board should begin thinking about the large crowd present. inquire about signing up at the

The Starke city; commission has onceagain financing the project itself. The board Letter To The EI it() r............................................................................. ACSC office in Starke.After in the AgricultureBuilding .

taken the easy way out, asking can usually find a way around most \V\HKK\K.\PL\I\S: has forced the city to rely on Administration generate no much as the increases on the money has been
! taxpayers to atone for its fiscal sins in financial problems when it wants to. HI IXKTIITK! : that high priced fuel oil. income to the city. If the rate water, sewer, garbage and allocated to the County, the

the form of higher gas, garbage, sewerand : This certainly seems to us a worthwhile 3. PLANT DETERIORATION structure for the power plantis natural gas. The ones who will ASC Committee, consisting of
water rates. project. Editor: : not changed, the other pay the most to make up the local residents, reviews the
For many years, your city The plant for many years utilities must support those deficit will be the large users requests and decides upon the
The council, which tentatively decided Meanwhile schools has been run from the money has been allowed to that generate no income plus of electric current. These landowners that are eligiblefor
i on the increase at last any precaution made on the electric plant. Toa deteriorate. The commissionhad the power plant. I believe that large users are the ones who cost-sharing payments.But .
Wednesday'ssession can take with elementary children smaller degree, other the foresight about one it is only good business to are making the big demand on you caz 't begin yet with
had originally agreed to try to leaving and arriving at school via busy utilities have contributed to year ago to get Mr. Merrill change the rate structure for the power plant. They shouldbe the tree planting. After
cut 10 percent from each department'sexpenses. streets would be greatly appreciated bye finance your city's operation. bees to run the plant. Mr. electric power. One other paying a demand price as Committee approval, the
This would have provided their parents, we believe. School boy Under the present rate Dees has been able to look source( of income to the city is the city is on the tie-in with County Former will visit with
$200,000 plus needed to balance the structure, the plant is not ableto ahead and stop many ad valorum taxes. These taxes Florida Power and Light. you, talk over your
budget. patrols manned by responsible young contribute to the cost of difficulties before they bring in about $129,000.00) and To sell the power plant management objective for
... people would be a great asset. running your city. In fact the occurred. I was new on the that will not even support the would require an election of your property, and look over
But if the commissioners did make an plant cannot even support its commission at the time of the police department.When the people as specified by the the parcel to see exactly what
at The city and school board if they own obligations. At the vote to hire Mr. Dees and I the budget for the city charter. The charter is needed for successfully
attempt trimming, we must have time the is coming was made, it planting trees. After he has
present
desired could plant voted no. It was the biggest year states that there must be 73
blinked and missed it. A typical attitudewas put their collective heads failing to meet its own mistake I have made since indicated that the city would percent of the electorate turn advised yoOn\ what you needto
shown by one department head, together and come up with funds to pay obligations by about being on the council. Also the spend $247,000.00 more than it out to vote. Then 73 percent of do, you can then begin the
who steadfastly maintained that yes, the adult patrolmen. SR-16 at Starke $200,000 00. There are 3 main council had the foresight to would take in. The different those who vote must approveit. work needed on the site.
budget must be trimmed, but not from Elementary is now being voluntarily reasons for this: obtain the Florida Power departments submitted their I do not know at this point if Later when the work is
his patrolled by custodian Donnie Burch. 1. FUEL OIL Light Substation. If Mr. Dees budgets to the city clerk to the plant could be sold for completed and the trees
department. The of fuel make the over-all budget for planted,the forester will
cost oil has risento had not been obtained along enough to pay off the bonded once
The Perhaps others would care to volunteer? the point that a large with the substation, about half the commission. The city indebtedness.To again visit the property,and If
commission had been warned amount of the profit is being of this town would be without clerk cut the budget submittedto buy all of the power from te job wBlfotle satisfactorily
several times this year that it was We must not depend on our luck to wiped out. The budget for the electrical power today. The him and there was very some other source would not you may receive up to 73 per
overspending and headed for trouble, keep holding out. Could we forgive past fiscal year allowed plant has been allowed to little for the commission to be all roses. I do not believe cent of the coot Incurred in site
but appeared unconcerned on eachoccasion. ourselves if one child is seriously injured $623.00000 for fuel oil. The depreciate and now the cut.About the only cut that the that the city could make the preparation und planting
cost of fuel oil for the year commission must improve it. commissiQO Muld have made margin of profit from bought Two things must be
.
Little effort was made to or killed at one of these crossings"This ? went way over this. The cost To improve the plant is addingto would lave! been cutting power that It has made from remembered; the first Is that
curtail spending and bring it into line of fuel oil went so far over the the cost of operation.It personnel that works for the public owned production. For the money Bradford County
with revenues. problem has been discussed budget allocation that the city I would not be in favor of this year the city must can receive will depend upon
many times by both the city and the commission had to reach into is expected that for the cutting personnel because I produce most of the power the demand If no
Now we know why there's alwaysthe school board. the reserves to pay the bills. coming year that the income think it should be geared to the required by all of you. Your landowners even apply for the
When is
taxpayers to fall back on. somebody going As was reported, the bills from the plant will be loss of federal revenue. I city is buying all of the power cost-sharing Bradford's
to act? went 239000.00 over the $3700000 more than it will believe that the day will come that can be purchased from share may go to another
income the city received. The cost to operate it. The total when federal revenue will no Florida Power and Light. county

;Il J rpro4 BRADFORD result of this was that the utility bonded indebtedness longer be available to the city. This is the story on your The second thing Is that nay
CQ commission had to put into the payment each year Is To make the income equalthe electric plant and what it does landowner desiring to plant
i' 4 It' -SINCE 1879- Uhyr budget for the next year $261.000 00. About $$200.000 expenses in the budget, the to the city budget. To make It trees may be eligible. After
r p $$223,000 more than the is the part Incurred by the commission decided to raise simple, the Increased price of all, you'll never know unless

r irapr previous year for fuel oil. Cower by plant.the The will part the cost on the minimums of fuel oil and the increased use you inquire, end finding out
t 2. LOSS OF NATURAL GAS until plant water, sewer, garbage and of it has caught up with us. AU you could qualify after
the
off of
a In the be paid year natural gas. Also the price of
r" past years, the plant of the opinions are my own someone else has already
ar e BOB G. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER has been able to operate for| t.The plant then is natural gas to you was and not of the entire city approved could be
S ION Publishers long periods of time on natural power increased by SO(I percent. I commissionIf disappointing to say the least.
meet Its
to
't gas. Natural gas is dirt cheap failing own voted' no on this because the believe Trees
Aciof PuUiaried March each 3,Thursday 1879. and entered as second Case Matter at the Post Office at Stark, la. under compared to the price of fuel[ obligations by about deficit is In the power plant. I taken you by the commission that the action is Investment.are You pay a taxes good for
the t63.000.00. Your power plant believe that the
oil. natural gas suppliers $ price of the public services and
this is
wrong
'tf Subscription rate in trade area: *7 per year: $4 dot months have almost completely taken la now unable to support its electric current is the one to should contact approach them you one of the services,<< offered to
f Phone 966305 Outside trade area: $8 per year: M.SO six months. away the supply of natural gas| own operation to pay off its increase. If the surcharge on they meet on Tuesday before, you. If you want" to find out
: Starke. Fla. to the plant. The only use of debts. of electric current is increased, October 5, to adopt the more, contact Warren Carver
natural Other departments Fire, everyone will his fair
gas is in an pay budget. or Freda Gi-j/rui at tile ASCS
emergency at the plant This, Police, Recreation and share. This will not cost you as Joseph N. Warren office,or phone me at 964-6554.

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. ryaMonticello Came To Play, Tornadoes Win Lacked Fire I

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have"we alf)JUst, fire edidh't," says seem Head to Hurse fumble says of the, referring wet football to the ly Bradford The kicking High like to think they were Defense Praised good job working individual defensive backs of the week.
Coach David Hurse Instead of us doing
of what he stunts Sexton added "Lee is
terms a lackluster Tiger quarterback Keith position from which ," the head Tornado "Over all, the defense did a "We're improving, but we
Roddenberry on the Tornado and was a big starting to show a lot of for
performance! his Tornado pretty good job, Coach Mike still have room
footballers turned in Friday In 1Sy yard line.Allinall game, says Coach to his Tornadoes, Sexton says, "We were glad to Improvement. Improvement,"Coach Hansen
shutting out Monticello 14-0 he Is Coach Hurse says, offensive line said he Is 'real proud" get us a shut-out." Secondary Improves says, adding, "At least we'reon F
glad to have
"We gotten out of Jornov Jimmy defense. The wet, rainy, muddy field the right track." *
gave a poor effort the Monticello completed only 3
game with a win, Hurse 1r 1
times for
seven a thought the defense makes for a difficult ball
against Monticello of 11 and the Bradford
Coach. also his passes
team is
Hurse says fortunate average before he came through," Hurse game, Sexton points out Not Consistent
"Our two
says. players to have secondary Intercepted ,
were over-confident and I hitting gotten out of the hard game early In pointing out it Is the first "We had pretty good team which Coach Denny Hansen The Tornado offensive line
think it showed In their play" injuries. contest with no period. the defense has play, but we re still not where termed "a little lacked consistency In the
In contrast, Monticello Quarterback this season we should be. We have to improvement" Monticello game, says Coach
Fullback
Jimmy Clark had Prevatt, who and the continue to Improve the Ted Jornov which is the
came to Starke to play ball. a big headache after kicking game "We're reacting on the just
bumping operating with a kept BitS on top, defensive line coach says. opposite of the previous two
"They gave us a tough ball heads with 205 throw of the ball a little better
pound Tiger
game," Coach Hurse admits tackle March since before the says. Kenneth Cruger's 10 tackles than we have been," Hansen games. Jornov says it was
saying Montlcello should be, fumble King on a up where Clark head Tornado 'also had and one assist led the team says. The secondary is still good the Tornadoes could win ...
given credit back recovery, but was punting twice for for the Tornado punt and earned the middle guard having problems ready keys with the offense having a poor
at
By all rights, the Tigers was feared practice Monday It average Prevatt's team which sprung Lineman of the Week honors. to detect in the early stages game
Friday night that came with the Kenny Aycox for a 46- Cruger turned in some key The defense gave the
should have had at least one Clark had whether a play will be a pass
touchdown on the board concussion, sustained a backed up to their for a touchdown. plays and did a good job or a run, Hansen says. In offense the football around the
Prevatt had not set up a good wall overall, Coach Sexton says. football lingo, that's late 40 yard line most of the time, : :
kicking at all, : to run behind and The Tornado defense got reading. It's also something Jornov points out The
Injured leg. Coach good blocking to get real steady performances the Tornado secondary will be offense, however, did not take -r.
Tiger JV Looks For highly goal line, Hurse says. from Cruger, tackle Marty working on this week. advantage of those breaks.
job the to key blocks by Russell,end Keith Carter, and Franklin Bell, who Tackle Bobby Smith, 200
I' quarterback did Carter and Lawrence linebacker Jimmy Clark until Intercepted both passes for )pounds, was named offensive
ThIrd Win ball with no which got Aycox he was hurt."Those the Tornadoes, and Kenny lineman of the week Center Fullback Jimmy Clark
Tonight was the punter the wall. people have been Aycox, who made key plays Jeff Jockel was close behind. grinds out tough yardage
sophomore, but Kenny a step on turning 111 real steady getting to the ball and who Guard Issac Cummings against Monticello. Clark
Union County High's Of tonight's clash Coach allowed him to kick and he's gone," performances," Sexton says Jarred the ball loose with hard turned in a credible gained 53 yards in 17 carries to

varsity football Tigers junior go Drake comments, "It should That for fear Is of also- says. Linebacker Lee Casey did a tackles, were named co- performance, the coach says. lead BIIS.

after their third victory, In as be a good one, they usually Tornadoes have
many outings for the current are." He recalls that two- all their extra Local PP&K I
Winners Advance To District Meet
season, meeting Hawthorne'sJV years-ago the Tigers had to Monticello also
squad, there, at 7:30: come from behind to pick up tackle 6 defense
tonight (Thursday, September the win. Last year, the Tiger completely local youths advanced The regional meet will be Saturday with an adjusted During local competition addition to Siocom and Allen,
30), defensive unit recovered: a Tornadoes. It Is district level In the held during halftime at an total distance in the three Slocom turned in a I 78-foot placing in the top three for
Coach Carl Drake's JV Hawthorn fumble In the defense Punt, Pass and Kick ------- total, but improved in all three their age groups.
Tigers travel to Hawthorne, tonight endzone to help the offense against Florida in ( > competition with phases of the event at the John David Francis, local
with an unblemished 2.() post a H-6 vi!=tory. Gators In the Gator place finishes in their district mret. winner in the. nine-year-old
record thus far for the season, year, Hurse points age groups at the Allen dropped off his competition, finished runner-
with a pair of victories over David Blount, who rushed tackle six Is In Jacksonville last winning effort for the local up in the zone meet. Francis
capable opponents to their for better than 200 yards and against, the coach meet in the zone competition, out by a
credit three touchdowns against Monticello had Siocom, 10, and but still came up with the first Jacksonville youth 214195.
Baker County and then sat out split.40 defense. Scott Allen, 12, won place award and earned a Bill Goodge, 13-year-old
Drake's JV chargers kicked the Interlachen game, returns "You've got age group contests In the $ berth in the district meet winner in the local meet,
off their 1976 campaign by to a halfback slot for tonight's Monticello credit meet held at finished third In the zone
blanking Baker County High'sJV game saps "Those two Bishop Kenny i In winning the local competition. A Palatka youth
squad 28-0 two weeks, ago, A week from tonight the did a good job of School football field last competition, Allen turned in a won the zone In Goodge's age
then shuting out Interlachen's Tiger JV squad travels to the middle." Hurse and In doing so, 296-foot total, but a poor kick group with a 323 total, a
Rams I.HI last week. meet Santa Fe, to March King, 205, berths In this : in the zone meet held the 12- Jacksonville youth was
King 220, who are district .. year-old winner to a 267 total. second with a 315 total, and
The district .4 '''T. I...'. Allen's effort in the local Goodge finished third at 312.
Lu dl __....rRobert ....
which will see winners competition was the best Also representing Starke in
BHS olleyballers Fall To north Florida and south Scott Allen Dwayne Slocom among all 87 entrants the zone meet were: Andrew
I zone meets vying for upcoming Miami Dolphin phase competition of 230 feet Only the first place finishers M. Davis, eight and Blaine
at the regionals, will be football game at the Orange Randall Davis, city recreation in the zone meet will advance Dyal, II.PP&K.
Bounce Back With Palatka South the Bishop Kenny field Bowl In MiamI. department director, said to this weekend's district is sponsored locally

Oct 2, at 10 a.m. Siocom, who won the local Siocom was very accurate com petition. by the Terwlll gar Ford
After taking their first used the edge to block Sharp to plague the competition for 10-year-olds with punt, pass and kick in In all. six Starke youths !Motor Company, and
setback for the current season BITS spokes at the net. during the second September 18, took first place taking the district first place traveled to the zone meet, nationally by the Ford !Motor
last Thursday against The Tuesday night clash managed to post Dept. News In the, district meet last award. with two youngsters, In Company.

Newberry High, the Bradford between the Tornadoes and point as the
High girls' volleyball team the visiting Braves saw the coasted to the 15-1 '
bounced back With a powerful two sides take to the court In the second class CLASS will begin UC Tigers Bea.Indians.t DDS Girls Go After 2nd
showing in downing Palatka with fairly evenly matched Cassandra Johnson I
South here Tuesday night. squads height-wise, but hot serving hand 4 for those enrolled in while White recovered from (From Page 9)
class. The
The Tornado volley bailers Tornado serving and front line Tornadoes, posting start night at 7 an ankle Injury sustained in Quarterback White called Cross Country Win Today
earned a 15-6 win in the first play proved to be the deciding eight points In the held in the classroom preseason practice, came In on Jackson to add the extra
game of the best vf three factor in the final outcome had two old Armory The to the contest to attempt a points on a play action Bradford High's girls cross Tornadoes swept the sixth
game match against Palatka In Tuesday's first game the scattered among morning class will halfback pass. However, the conversion attempt, but the country team hosts P.K. through 12th places.
South's Braves, before Braves held their own against point rally. 111 the Pratt Street sophomore back up quarter- run failed and the Tigers Yonge in a dual meet this !\Ierrl Ormsbee led the pack
the visitors In the BHS squad in the early Coach Inez afternoon, Thursday (Sept of red-clad Tornado
troundll1g 15-1 and will start at 9 a.m. back was sacked by red prepared to kick off holding a runners
the second game to take going, and the score stood tied Tornado dogging Indian linebackers 12-0 lead with 2:53: remaining 30). at 4 o'c1ock at the Starke across the finish line taking
Tuesday's match up. 6-6 at one point. better prepared CERAMICS for a six yard loss, forcing the In the third quarter. Golf and Country Club. sixth place with a 9:52: effort.
Tuesday's victory gives the Then the Palatka visitors the Palatka South clssses Tigers to punt the ball away. The period ended with The Tornado runners are Ruth Hazen was seventh
Tornado squad a 2-1 mark ran into trouble on their they had been in are being Tight end Johns handles the Chiefland punting from their going after their second team with a 9:53: clocking; Linda
thus far for the season. serves and the BHS squad Newberry. She Monday nights at the Tiger punting chores and own 40 yard line. Usher's boot victory In as many outings in Richardson was eighth at
BHS dropped two games pulled out to an 8-6 lead on squad still needs from 7 10 p.m. came on to boot the ball away was good for 41 yards, rolling hosting P.K. Yonge's Blue 10:08: ; Lynn Pierce finished
8traight, 15-5 and J5-4. ,.ill serving points by Esther' on serving and their offered morning classes on fourth down and 12 from dead at the Tiger 19 yard line. Wave here, this afternoon, ninth .at 10:20: Virginia
losing to Neliberryligh/ last Robinson and Dana Dyal. play In prepara;lon Is form 9 12 Indian 36 yard line. His 19 Two plays later Chlefland having measured St Joseph's Crawford was 10th It 10:24: :
Thursday. Newberry's Betty Hudson stepped up to next meeting, no charge for yard punt was well J placed; again had the ball, as Academy, of St. Augustine, Nancy Hildreth was lath at
Panthers held a decided the serving line for the (Thursday, Sept. 30 Crawford"I'd you pay only rolling dead at the Chlefland defensive back Max Long fell and Oak Hall of Gainesville, 10:26: and Robin Schweda
height advantage over the Tornadoes a few moments Gainesville High supplies used. seven. on a Tiger fumble at the Union on the one and one-half mile took 12th place Individually
Tornado volleyballers, and later and the BHS squad o'clock in the FLAG FOOTBALL Indian running backs were County 19.Fullback. country club course Tuesday. with a time of 10:29: to
rallied behind her strong Coach held to a one yard gain on two Jesk bucked Into Bradford High's girls took complete the BHS sweep of
serving for the final seven volley bailers 1976 Men's Flag running plays from the seven, the Tiger defensive line on five of the top 10 spots in the sixth through 12th
points to take the first game court action next League will get before Warren again came up three straight attempts, posting a team total of just 34 Individual places.
FLORIDATHEATRE 156. night, meeting Clay Sunday October 10, with a big defensive play. churning his way down to the points, well under the 47 point Frances Coltrane finished in
Serving problems continued o'clock. teams making up the This time the big linebacker six yard line. His second carry total of their nearest the number U spot with a
All the teams do not dropped Chie and halfback gave the Indians a first and competition, St Joseph'sAcademy 10:49: effort and Nancy
at this time so Dwayne Brannon for a four goal from the Tiger eight who edged out Oak McNeal finished 17lh in the
are not available. yard loss at the Indian four, On second and goal from the Hall for second place in the field of24 runners to round out
is one more meeting forcing the visitors to punt six Usher recovered his own three way meet. placing of the 10 member
EE (C (!( that Is scheduled for from their own end zone for fumble at the line of Oak HaU's premier runners, Tornado team.

Fri. Sat. & Sun October 5, at 7:30: the second time In the first scrimmage, and then decided a sister combination of Robin In cross country only the
the Old and Donna crossed of the five
Armory The half. to go to the air on third down, Campbell scores top finishers
Tom Laughlin In y 1I fE 0 ftL'a: 'iby :( will turn their entry Jackson cracked over the firing incomplete to tight end the finish line in Tuesday's for each school count in the
in and get their middle for tough yardage Bowers. Faced with a fourth meet tied for first with a fast final team total with scoring
"Billy Jack" All games will be down to the 11, and after a five and goal situation at that point 9:18: time but the Gainesvillesquad's figured by order of finish. The
at the Southside yard loss on a bobbled pitch from the six, Coach Doyle team total ballooned team with the low total is
playground each out, Sirmones brought the McCall called his junior signal to 51 as other members vf the awarded J first place
PLUS Neil afternoon. Tigers down to the Indian six caller over for a conference. team trailed the field across Coach Melba Howard said
yard line. On fourth down Also in on that side line the line following Tuesday's meet she
In
John Wayne :\ ,\ SINGLES: White fired incomplete to split strategy session was senior Radical Hollowel, of SI. was "real pleased with the
TENNIS: LEAGUE end Alfred Holmes. tight end Charles Young, who Joseph's edged out Bradford times" turned In by the
"Rio Lobo" tennis league Chiefland tried a desperation managed to gain a step on High's Cindy Griffith for third Bradford high girls team in
S r"r formed to play on pass on the final play of Tiger defensive back Glen place individually in their first meet of the season.

mornings. The the first half, and as time ran Kemp on the next play and Tuesday's meet. The St. Following hxlay's meeting
301 will be divided into two out sophomore defensive back haul in Usher's pass at the Augustine runner crossed the with P.K. Yonge the BlIS
of play. Each half will Soctt Cason Intercepted for corner of the end zone for the finish line with a 9:26: girls team will travel to St.
playing a the Tigers. Cason scrambled score. clocking, while" !Miss Griffith Augustine Saturday to
DRIVE-IN of 18 matches. but was brought down short of Chiefland went to the air on turned I: a 9:39: to pace the participate in the St Joseph's
will normally the goal line and the two the play action extra point Tornadoes to the team Academy Invitational Cross
two matches each teams headed to halftime attempt but the pass fell victory. Country Meet The Tornado
Fri Sat Each match consists huddles with the Tigers incomplete and the Indians Another SI. Augustine runners finished second in
eight-game set. The holding a slim 6-0 lead. prepared to kick off, trailing runner followed !Miss Griffith team standings at the event
AWHITE-HOT NIGHT OF HATE! Is comprised of the fol- Junior defensive tackle Bill 126. across the line, taking fifth last year, behind 1 Trinity Prep
ladies: Faye Johnson, Nettles, 195 pounds, recovered Johns took the Chiefland place individually before the of Orlando
Bach, Ella Cooney, the fumbled which ended kick off at the 35 and was up-
Beattie, Bobbie Faye Chiefland's first offensive ended at the Tiger 41, here
Jv .. duwivBassmasler + Donna Gruen Phyllis possession of the second half the offensive unit set up shop BDS Runners Second I
Loretta Ross, Kandy at the Indian 36 yard line for a two play touchdown
trophy winners ne.I-r: R.F.Bryant and Barbara Neither side managed to drive.
of the Year: II.F. Wiggins landed largest bass; and Tuesday's results
sustain a drive In the opening Sirmones rambled around
three mile with time
Sophomore cross country course a
winner Baumaster Clanlc. as follows: S. Bach moments of the third quarter left end for H yards, then got Brian of 19:57.
runner Whitney paced :
B. Chaff 8-3 L. Ross
;
Bassmasters and their who lands the most B. Starnar 8-6; P. and a punting duel ensued, the pitch out again and Bradford High to a second Jeff Ledger, also a first year
with the Tigers finally taking sprinted 45 yards for theTiger's
wives had an enjoyable black bass for the defeated D. Gruen 8- place finish in a three way" cross country runner for BIIS,
ASSAIJUe ONhRuE banquet" at the Starke Country On August 26, at : Johnson defeated K. over midway through the final score of the meet with St. Joseph's finished the course Is 21:41: for
period at their own 41 yard vening. White made a good
of St. and ninth In the individual
Club recently The food and Pool, Pat Welch was 8-5: E. Cooney Academy Augustine place
hne. fake Jackson the middle
I; the winner of the up Oak Hall of Gainesville here standings.
u w a' service were great. Don Page D. Beattie 8-6; B. After Jackson drove which had the defensive
landed nine bass Tuesday afternoon. Two more first
rates tops when it comes to defeated S. Bach 8-2; straight ahead for fooled year
a one yard secondary just long
of H runners, Barry Thomas and
weight pounds
steak. defeated B. Chaff 8-
LR a L1SOQf03Y4 preparing a gain on first down the Tigers enough, before making the
Whitney, a returning William took 18th and
and one-half
All we take a peek at the re- ounces. ; F. Johnson defeated L. decided to try the outside pitchout to Sirmones who Cooper
like letterman averaged just over 21st places 10 the three
way
sults of last year we find R.F. Smiling a 83. CUrrent standings attack White
turned the he
running again. on speed as
PLUS Bryant in the spotlight, receiving berries, Pat says it : F. Johnson 2-0; E. made the pitch out to rounded left end and picked six minutes per mile on the meet here Tuesday to
upa
three mile at the order of finishstandings
be in the course
a trophy and a $75 1-0; P. Huggins 1-0); S. Sirmones but the slick ball
key block from Holmes. -
O'Neill" check for his superb per. change as he : L, Ross 1.1; D. :ruen wound the turf Starke Golf and Country Club, for the five-man
"Dirty formance all a bass fisher- trophy and the $ ; Starnar 1-1: K. Costello with defensive up on end Earnest again, Chiefland took over at their finished the race in first place BITS cross country team
Congratulations R.F. for Good luck Pat, : Beattie 0-1; and Chaff Bowers own 26 following Jacksol1'skick individually Tuesday. His Thomas turned In a 24:54:
man.
Sun Mon winning the Bassmaster of the worked hard for Chiefland.The recovering for off, and moved up field to nearest competition was effort and Cooper had a 28:55:
award, the 1976-77 Overall the the 40 before sophomore better than a minute off his time In the three mile event.
may
Year be even better was a good one. I :\ LEAGUE OPENS: Tiger fumble In then defensive tackle Sidney pace as Whitney crossed the Only one Oak Hall runner
season We also see Earl Muse year ahead will Bantam flag leagues own territory sparked new life Jenkins, 180 pounds, helped hne with a time of 18:07.: finished the race and the
standing with a big smile as he better ( ) were scheduled to into the Indians,who came out stall the drive by dropping Gainesville school, did not
receives the trophy for the We have play Tuesday, firing. Usher went for broke halfback Brannon for a two Despite the strong showing figure 111 the final team
Improved Fisherman. members along 28. with the on first down arching a long yard loss on a second down by the BHS sophomore scoring.
!Most
-1ii Earl he is headed for the the older members taking on the pass down field to Chief land's option play. Jesk failed to runner, St. Joseph's picked up BIIS cross country Coach
number says one spot this year, they plan to be in al 3:30: p.m. and the tight end Charles Young but come up with the necessary the team victory 22-38. by Grover Howard said,
luck Earl and congratulations Remember the meeting the Raiders the pass fell Incomplete as nine yard total on third down placing runners in six of the following Tuesday's meet, he
good on your outstanding sists only of the top : p.m. The teams will Tiger safety Holmes moved In and a fourth down pass from top ten individual spots. was "pleased with the
M.,L"rP CAUTION d M Mr trN wt.w year. sure the 1976-77 a 12.game schedule to break up the scoring threat. Usher to Young was caught Tory Strange paced the St. outcome," of the first test or
.ra, wow w.nw ru.wr raw.r. '..,war.. And now H.F Wiggins steps a thriller. on November 4. This Two running plays failed to out of bounds. Augustine runners to a first the season for his Tornado
to receive a trophy for At the end of Is for boys age 1012. first'the Indians necessary Taking over at the Indian 40, place finish in the team thlnclads.
rrw up landing the largest ban ments we find the : Is now closed. down yardage, andUsher's the Tigers put together a nine standings with a 19:13: effort Coach Howard termed the
R during the year,. Congratulations Nell Crawford punt on fourth down play drive which brought over the three mile course for first place finish of Whitney
11 F., with that Harold Branham, rolled Into the Tiger end zone. them down to a fourth and two second place individually. St. "outstanding", and said the
PLUS new bass rig you should be Larry Noegel In Order Jackson got the call on first from the Chiefland four yard Joseph's runners also took sophomore runner ran a very
James Caan In tough to beat this year W.T, Smith Tommy down from the 20 and took off line. White fired low on the third and fourth places, and strong race for this early date
At the end of each year the Don Brown and Jody order and liberty on his 80 yard touchdown run. fourth down pass Intended for finished In the sixth through in the season
top six Bssmasters go to the Wishing each of Is one of abe highest After the offensive line Holmes as the game clock eighth spots.Sophomore. "Our new people did a good
Claulc.They vote on location, outstanding and of a free &onm- cleared the path for the senior wound down to the three Johnny Tatum, job for us,' Coach Howard
date and time for the annual year J. fullback over right tackle, second mark. a newcomer to the BUS cross said noting that Tuesday'
event, with the winner de- Bass -Calvin Coolidge fellow running back Warren The game ended with Usher country team this season took race was the first for all the
termined by the Bassmaster Nell threw a key block as Jackson throwing Incomplete to tight fifth place In the Individual current Tornado lhinclads
x scampered 011 for the score. end Young. standings Tatum finished the with excl'ption of Whltm.September30,1976 ". '





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I Raiford News Couple Joins Pine Level Church Staff HAMPTON AREA NEWS


by!May Belle Dobbs Don and Brenda Hallgren
.
domestic issues.A
Mrs.Dolores which had
I By Meng Any store
Gathering
coupon even
Phone 431-10H9 from Ft. Worth Texas, have added to the
sad note was
of Phone 488-1915 though date is expired can be participants from around the
the staff
just been added to school when vandals broke
used for this worthwhile world. The were heldat
Mrs. Gail Boatwright of and Mrs. Allen Tarleton and I the Pine Level Baptist Please Save Coupons project. These coupons are Middleton games Place, an old glass on several school doors
Lawtey visitied her aunt and children and Roy Smgletary' Church announces Rev collected monthly and may be Southern Plantation on the and took some school

uncle Mr. and Mrs. A.M.. Wayne Henson and children Roman Alvarez, the minister pastor.of .Mrs. Pat Murner is left at the Hampton outskirts of historic property.We .
Don will serve as
Jones Tuesday night. collecting storecoupon. which School office Middleton Placeis were sorry that Mrs.
Rhonda and Kelly of Keystone music. Brenda will be church Elementary Charleston.
A.M. Jones was a business visited Mr. and Mrs. Earl Don received the Starke Church of God uses given to Mrs. Murner or to of special interest in this Earselene Zimmerman was
In 1971
visitor in Gainesville Dobbs Sunday. his pianist.Bachelor of Science in L in maintaining an orphanagein Mrs. Dolores Meng. Bicentennial Year because it unable to be with her fifth
Tuesday. Miss Cindy Bush and Mrs. Tennessee. was founded by Arthur class on Monday
music from Arlington because
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dobbs degree of by an
Karen Hendley of Lake City Baptist College Arlington, It's really easy to get in the Middleton who was one of the being stung
were Thursday night supper Sunday night habit of cutting out of signers of the Declaration of insect.
were supper Brenda is an
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bud Texas. The students are to be
of Mr. and Mrs. Earl newspapers or magazinesevery Independence.
guests accomplished pianist. The two .t SMYRNA BAPTIST
Blemons In Heilbron Springs. F&nw congratulated for the neat
Dobbs. together as a duet. Don is CHURCH store coupon you see,
sing SCHEDULE
A.M. Jones business of the school and
was a
} appearance
and will be Lake News
Mrs. Mary Freeman has as you accomplishinga Hampton
soloist.
also a Sunday School 10
a.m.
visitor in Lake City Thursday. surrounding grounds. They
helpful service
by so doing.
Miss Cindy
and
Sunday Rev.
guests The Hallgrens morning worship 11
a.m.,
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Griffis Mrs. Mary Overholser has are keeping everything in
Bush Mrs. Kay Hendley of
were business visitors In Lake Alvarez have worked together B.T.S. 5:45: p.m., and evening returned home after several good order by keeping trash
Meetings
Lake City and Mrs. Rody
Texas
,
before. In Arlington
City Tuesday.Mrs. worship 7 p.m. and helping
Dobbs. of weeks in Cincinnati, Ohio, picked up
Agnes Sapp visited Mr. and Mrs. Don Newmans Don music served and Brenda as minister was church welcomed.We All visitors. are warmly The Hampton Senior where she attended the maintain a lovely school.
Mrs. A.M. Jones Wednesday and 1 Citizens Club has of her great-niece Mrs. Elaine Richardson, a
and children Gordon pianist and secretary of the 1.LF dY the burial an wedding
afternoon.Mrs. preach death with the
interesting scheduledfor Linda Brock.Irs.! registered nurse
Donna business visitorsin meeting
were Rev.
Ruby Dobbs visited Jacksonville Saturday. church pastored by of the church. resurrection, and coming Friday evening at 7 p.m. in Overholser's sister, Mrs. Bradford County Health
Mr. and Mrs. A.M. Jones Alvarez. is invited to again of the Lord Jesus Christ. Department, visited the
Miss Jan Morman of The Hallgrens will be Everyone the Hampton City Hall and Elizabeth Turner
Wednesday afternoon. Lakeland visited her family singing at each of the services attend. Elder T.C.Williams Recreation Center. accompanied her home for a school last week and treated
Ordination services were Mrs. Joyce Norman and boys Pastor The Hampton VolunteerFire two week visit. Mr. and Mrs. the children who needed
observed at The First Baptist the weekend. Department has their Connie Clark and family met medical attention. We are
Church if Raiford Sunday with Miss Linda Sue Alvarez of Former Raiford Chaplain Returns meeting scheduled for their mother and aunt at the grateful for this service which

Robert Cason and Don Jacksonville was a weekend Hope Baptist Monday October 11, at 8 p.m. Gainesville Airport and is conducted on a regular
Newmans being ordained as guest of her parents Mr. and For Lake Butler Re viva( ServicesRev. Sets Groundbreaking in the Fire House. treated them to a delicious basis.

deacons. Mrs. Don Alvarez.Mr. The Hope Baptist Church on Tuesday, October 12, the fresh flounder dinner. Mrs. Jolene Friese, PTA
Visitors Sunday at the First and Mrs. Eric Kersey of I are presently serving Sr-100 in Starke wUl have a Hampton City Council is Carnival Chairman held a
Baptist Church of Raiford Waldo visited her parents Mr. 7 churches in Milan Georgia.will groundbreaking ceremony for scheduled to meet in the City TimIcLaughlin! from meeting on Sept. 28 at the
were Mr. and Mrs. Hubert and Mrs. A.M. Jones Music for the services Marshall its new church Sunday, Hall at 8 p.m. Miami visited Beverly Meng school with parents who have
Johnston and daughter. Alice Saturday. be provided by October 3. over the weekend. volunteered to assist with the
Sue. of Jacksonville, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Wilkinsonof Dukes and Sam Brallier with The public is invited to the Birthdays Carnival scheduled to be heldon
Mrs. Jack Cason of Ormond Middleburg were Sunday the Methodist Church choir ceremony, which begins at 11 The Meng brothers the school grounds on

Beach Mr. and Mrs. Steve guests of Mr. and Mrs. A.lu. and singing groups from other a.m. Roger Mitzel celebrated his entertained friends on Saturday October 30. Plans
[Newsom; of Lake City, Mr. and Jones. churches in the area .... 16th birthday on September 7 September 24 with a chicken are being made for a fun timeat
Mrs. Lois Newmans of Starke. Friends of W.A. Raulersonwill presenting special music each by successfully passing hisdriver's and steak bar-b-que in honorof this Carnival and more
Mrs. Dorothy Taylor and son be happy to learn that he evening. each STARKE SEVENTH DAY license test and Samuel Pittman and Tom volunteers will be
Chris of Jacksonville Mr. and several Services will begin ADVENTIST CHURCH who is with appreciated.Mrs.
is home after days with obtaining for himself a Edwards. Sammy,
Mrs. Clyatt of Providence and evening at 7:30: a SR-230A Arleen Rich our
illness in Union General beautiful blue Volkswagen. the U.S. Army is on leave
Mrs Bessie Sapp of Raiford. Hospital in Lake Butler. fellowship supper; on Sunday Florida Conference Pres- Shannon Ford celebratedher after several months In school reading specialist was
evening at 6 o elk. ident H.J. Carubba will attend
Miss Janice Jones of pleased with the 95
Rev. and Mrs Charlie 7th birthday on September Kentucky. His next tour of very
Gainesville spent Friday night Redding and Mrs. and Mrs. sabbath church services this 24 with a party for family and duty will be in Germany. Tom percent response from
and Saturday with her Howard Redding entertainedwith Sunday, Oct. 2. friends. Edwards also a graduate of parents of Title I Reading
parents Mr. and Mrs. A.M. of Sabbath school 9 10:45: Program. !Mrs. Rich
a fish fry at the home Bradford High/ School was
Jones. Mr. and Mrs. Howard MADISON STREET a.m.; sabbath church 11 a.m. : News Items home from Alabama explained her program and
Gerald Gnffis Joel Roberts Redding Saturday night for BAPTIST CHURCH noon. University where he is found the parents very
and Bud demons 900 W. !MadisonRev All Christians welcome to
were Rev. Redding's church Mrs. Lucy McGunnigle left enjoying the beginning of a cooperative.
afternoon.Mr.visitors in. Lake City Sunday Hillcrest of Gainesville with Swemrlngen Pastor Charles R. Swarti. worship God's way. on September 20 via Eastern four year football scholarship.School LCSCIIIESl'S:

approximately 50 guests. Airlines for an extended visit
and Mrs. Earl Dobbs R, Fuller, Oct. 4-S
services will pastor
Among those were Jerry Evangelistic with her son in Camano News
has as Sunday luncheon Suggs of Lake Butler Tim be held at the Lake Butler Sunday"Promotion Day" Island Washington. Her
and Sunday School 9:45: a.m.. : Chicken and Rice
Mr. Mrs. Don
guests Hyatt of Ellisville, membersof United Methodist Church daughter, Mrs. Evelyn Mr.like! Woodfin, band Monday:
Morning Worship 11 a.m.. Tossed
Newmans and children, Buttered Peas Salad
Road
the Blue Grass Prophets beginning Sunday evening, Morgan Vaughan was relieved to hear director at the Bradford
Gordon and of Childrens Worship 11 a.m., Peach Crunch Hot Rolls and
Donna Starke. Baptist Church
who played and sang gospel October 10, and continuing that she arrived safely. Middle School is now
Mr. and Mrs. Bud Clemens Church Training 6:15: p.m., Service schedule Milk.
October 14. at Morgan
music. Also :Mrs. Jerry Suggs through Thursday teaching beginning band
and children Nischelle and and son Josh of Lake Butler Rev. George Sweanngen a Evening Worship 7:30: Bible p.m. Baptist Church is as follows: Mrs. T.F. Brown enjoyedthe students twice weekly at
Jeffry of Heilbron Springs United Methodist minister TuesdayLadies Sunday services: Sunday Tuesday : Beefaroni,
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Parrish of Wednesday overnight visit Hampton Elementary School.
:Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Griffis Study 10 a m. Carrot. Raisin
be for school, 10 a.m., morning Shields' Cabbage
Providence and Mr. and Mrs. will the guest preacher Choir of her daughter-in-law! Mrs. Carole sixth
and children Bryan and WednesdayYouth worship 11 a.m., services for Salad. Succatosh Jello Hot
Rev. Swearingen
Charles Redding of the services. Gordon Weest of Miami and grade students are taking
Mellissa Mr. and Mrs. Mike Practice 7:30: p.m., MidweekService7:30p.m. the deaf Biscuit, and Milk.
6:30
Interlachen. will be remembered in this : p.m., training Mrs. T.C. Chastain of advantage of the opportunityof
Gnffis, Joel Roberts Joe : ., Adult Choir union, 6:30: evening
of former Chaplain at p.m.
musical
Vernon Hires area as a Columbus Ga. learning a
Smith Coolege Kelly Steve Jacksonville visited Michael the Union Correctional Practice 8:30: p.m. worship 7:30: p.m. instrument. Eleven of these Wednesday: BarbequedBeef
;Norris.; Donald Sims John services mid- on Bun. Buttered Corn,
Institution. He and his wife, Wednesday : students either
Dobbs. Mrs. A.M. Jones and !Mr. and !Mrs Wesley M. are renting or
West Michael Newton, Mr. week service adn Bible Potato Chips Pineapple
Mrs. Earl Dobbs Thursday. Carolyn, and four daughters prayer Griffin of Hampton and !Mr. have purchased instrumentsfor
study, 7:30: p.m., choir Hendersonand their Pudding Orange Juice and
and !Mrs. James 11. daily practice. Milk
practice, 8:15: p.m. daughter, Deborah of Thcsixth graders are takingan

Former U of F Heisman Trophy Winner Raiford, were weekend active role in the Thursday: Boiled Beans,
Mrs. Sallie FowlerMrs. of children Mr. forthcoming Presidential I
Steve Spurrier. visitors their Cabbage' Slaw Rice Fruit
!\I. election. have been
and Mrs. James They
Sallie Fowler, 87, died Henderson in liana ha n, S.COn reading newspapers and Topping:Milk on Cake. Corn Bread
in the Bradford County watching TV news programsand

"I Make My Life Richer Hospital September: Sept. 25 they attendedthe are now preparing a Friday: Meat\ Sauce with
A lifetime resident of the of
Fifth Annual Scottish paper contrasting views
Bradford County, Mrs Fowlerwas President Gerald Ford and Spaghetti Tossed Salad.
With A Guaranty Federal Games and Highland Green Beans. Banana French
born October 27, 1888 and Governor Jimmy Carter on
Bread and Milk\
was a member of the Dedan
r All-American Account I Baptist Church in Brooker.
Survivors include her

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develop a profitable Gro-Tone Weed & Feed
and you'll receive all the preceding services PLUS: business. Florida's fastest y (lJII

growing paint manufacturerand GRO-TONE On.Bog Co.er 1SOO Sq f I.

& wallcovering distributor Balanced long lasting pallatized
DIAL-A-COUNT FREE TRAVELERS trrl
is offering their product in til plant. food for St Auguitme and $ 7 9 8 lrtED/
CHECKS Plant Foods u.:=:::. Land
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Super
cenfipedelowns
6 e .ee- area. Open a new store or add containsvrtal
77: FREE MONEY ORDERS '&: PLUS OTHER SPECIAL to present location. Contact Pesticides element' plus iron. Kills weeds. too Iv
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SERVICES MR. RON SIMON Formulas ,
with Special e n
PORTER PAINT CO.
Ask about the additional benefits with the WATS LINE- 1-809-MZ.6493 for Florida GRO-TONE BED MIX r.:

All-American Account. FOR ALL PLANTINGS GARDEN & FLOWERS #


,,... HELP WANTED L A 5 Lb. '10 Lb. $ 3 9 -
M. $139 2 ,
Part-Time ReceptionistFor taT Bag

( B * FSLIC Doctor's Office Bag

395 West Madison Street 964-7621 aCONTROL

EF All-American Gainesville Starke /NNWMPaIw.?'. ..1p GARDEN NURSERY CENTER

MOTORCYCLES
Account Keystone Heights ..-w, ?. __
"""'------- V re
Lake Butler

and Clearwater Beach .'\ MOjr, SfZUKI; MOTORCYCLES OF STARKE Your Fall &

A auth bed s-.Id Dnfcr. Ptlm.98460'm. 'zj41 ALL Vegetable
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Guaranty FederalS ). 304 Fad CU Strvet.OM .
IUUAI qr \ e ..... Annual Plants
vlnq & Loan A oclallon Galrmvllle LENDER: i } NURSERY
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i l+ Big Selection Of Popular
i STOCK Vanities

'. Landscape Plants r 4, '
KOOTt aiJohn
473-3775 Trees Shrubs '.1 Reg 69'

Bro wn'? Your Choice 'r yTray Of 6 5 7c
f: )
MOCUf NOME CM fit ONE i GOSH THEY PUT q c

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q eox lose DARN
r SPRAY SHRUBS NOW!
HOUSE TRAILERTREMENDOUS irr4q
5.FLORCA d4, 01F

yRr //m Ups VOLCKOIL
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) DOOR Including Overwintering

1\\( Species

PLANT
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1 ; Leaves Failing? SS/-
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d : V-, RYE GRASS Sod Web Worms Army
: : -i-i: SPRING Worms And Chinch Bugs

______ Ida! _
STEEL RAKES
__ SEED NOW Are Acting Now.

._".. ... F' Lawn Spray
19531 Have Green
No. a Lawn Or
IIM
$ 9 7 COnff019Rep.'S"
-If""h- .,. 3 Pasture All All Three
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50 Lb. Bag 13" Gallon


Genuine Weed Eater
10.IDA \

SAVINGS ON EDGER-MOWER :.

Model 500 <" )GARDEN CENTER

Reg. '89" LON1IOL L / 539 E. Call St.

... / Call 964-5745

h/ N 1976 MODELS AT CLOSE-OUT PRICES $ 7 9 9 5 I Home Office: Gainesville Fla. Est. 1949 Also In: Ocala .

T jSt Crystal" Auqtiahne River A Palatka Tallahassewr' Lake City -Starke Jacksonville _

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''WINNER'S /Mfl XAI IItMI.AI IMM.RAtgIMiM 4.1. AAfIJ'y
CIRCLI" GIRCLI" WIRf WINS WINS WINS WINS
. F PRIZES x200 S500 '10 '10000 SIOOooo
BEEF PEOP

N0 PURCHASE NECESSARY 1 I
THE TOTAL AMOUNT OF PRIZE MONEY MILD CURE WATER ADDED
AVAILABLE fOR THE
U.WEEK PERIOD ENDING DECEMBER II,1976.224250. THERE p1\\C.f.S \D GET YOUR WINNER'S CIRCLE CARDS ONLY
Will BE
3,033 WINNING CARDS PER WEEK FOR TOTAL OF 39,429 HICKORYSMOKED

WINNING COUNTIES, :CARDS(GEORGIA,DISTRIBUTED),GLYNN,IN WARE 45 STORES, AND CAMDEN.IN THE FOLLOWING(FLORIDA), t F\ ctwE AT WINN-DIXIE, NO PURCHASE NECESSARY!
NASSAU DUVAl CLAY ST. JOHNS PUTNAM, BRADFORD, COL.
UMBIA. SUWANNEE, ALACMUA, AND BAKER. (SUBJECT TO
RENEWAL.) ALL: wEE'A WATCH THE RACES EACH WEEK ON WTLV
PRIZE '1
CASH AWARDS MOO STRUCTURE NUMBER OF, WINNERS 39,429 ODDS CHANCES 1 VISIT OOPS TO WIN?VISITS stY'. 1&-ot1. CH. 12, SATURDAYS AT 6:30 P.M. HAMSHANK
24,315 11N 200 I IIN 100
500 9,750 IIN 500 I IIN 250 __ "JOIN THE WINNER'S CIRCLE"
110 00 4875
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10000 390 I INI 11500 I IN62SO PORTION c
1100000 39 I IIN 125 OOP 1 IIN 62 500 y iVkiBpn
TOTAL 39429 1 IIN ll 1IN62 I
SAVE

EMPLOYEES OF WINN DIXIE STORES INC., JACKSONVILLE, FLA, LB. T 40c lB.
THEIR AGENCIES IMMEDIATE FAMILIES AND PERSONS UNDER 18
YEARS OF AGE, ARE INELIGIBLE TO PARTICIPATE. L6 1diii BUTT PORTION lb.79c

1 Gmato
I BOB WHITE
$100000JOINTHE . $OVp
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1 : SLICED BACON
WINNERS JOIN THE
"WINNER'S "WINNER'S

CIRCLEMAVIS JACKSONVILLE TOLER,FU. CIRCLE" 1 S ,

JOHNIE MAE STOKES
JACKSONVilLE FLA. 1 1 9ge
I.LB.
$10000 WINNERSJ PKG.

C ROSE MRS. W G. HORNE
COCOA BfACH*LA AG.50NVi1Lr '"
BLANCHE WILLIAMS. EDNA MULLIS.
USDA GRADE "A" FRESH FROZEN
Of 'UOul'" RA 'LANANUNA' 0.AL 'U
JUANITA".....0.""PAUST.". NELAJMcGEE
LOUISE,.c.",JOHNSON, MARGRET"."'...",KING.LA WHOLE FRYERS
ROSEBUD, JOHNS MARY. ANN,KNOWLES
""SUNVLLI..LA AL.SUNV LIE VLA
THRIFTY MAID THRIFTY MAIDTOMATOES
AGUSTA. McN SUTTON KATHLEEN KOHN
ALASUNV.LL'LA VLA
CHARLES M .HARPER. KAREN',,,,,.,TUTTLE. GREEN LIMA BEANS r Ihriftyid Thrifty.EMe
MARY. 0 RANDER, ? 4ge
>C.9ON CUT SWEET POTATOES SWEET PEAS

HARVEST FRESH U. S. No. YELLOWCORN BARTLETT PEARS r'- -3y'-\'' MIXED VEGETABLES LB. .

CUT GREEN BEANS
\_thr U eld Ihr W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE WHOLE

C $ .I ayeYl1 HINDQUARTERSC


EARS 99 PEACHE$1 16oz.CANS $1 1SO-175"AVERAGELB.LB.


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RED DELICIOUS

APPLES
FARMLAND SLICED TURKEY,
F A 11t VEAL PARMASIAN & SALISBURY STEAK

4 Sge f 1 MEAT DINNERS


BAG LB. 1 : 1 raj 9ge

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S. No. 1POTATOES 1 PKG.
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SUNNYLAND HAMHOCKS
5 1 Quantity RightsReserved .1 I 0 lBS. $4"

WINN DIXIE STORES. INC
LBS. COPYRIGHT 1976 HONEYCOMB

2% LOW FAT O* HOMOGENIZED ASTOR BEEF TRIPE LB.59c
ASTOR FROZENORANGE GUSTAFSON'S .CRUSHED. CHUNK OR SLICED SAVE 40 TABLETSTYLENOL

JUICE200C MILK PINEAPPLE r-

$1159 ,<- \ SUPERBRAND DAIRY PRODUCTSCREAMED
2 14Va.oz. 88 C 100.CT. $129
CANS
GALLON BU. COTTAGECHEESE
; 7
_ _ .2 S. $139SOUR
PAK SAVE 33- COLGATE SAVE 31
12-or. SAVE RAISi'itSR AD S TOOTHPASTE ii\ SUPER II i. BLADES
CANS 20c CREAM $ 39c
16-oz. $100 7.o:. S.CT. CHEDDARCHEESE
2 78e 88eLVS. MILD DAISY
MORTON FROZEN TUBE '; PKO.
a $169
GLAZED DONUTS lB.
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1 .Mall
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FRESH PORKQUARTER
12 31ge f
SLICED ASSORTED

PKG.PAK IIIIy1, PORK $ 1 39

CHOPS . LB.
LOIN ENDSIRLOIN
TYSON FROZEN
CHICKEN, BEEF, TURKEY 3.4L. 99c
0 ROAST :V.'. LB..
POT PIES I/ S O LOIN ENDBLADE ..'

1 1 1 1 3.4L. 89c
ROAST :V.'. LB.
$100 SHOULDER BLADEBOSTON

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TELEGRAPH September 30.1876


II Boy Scouts Met Saturday

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Boy Scouts and leaders of The theme was "All out forScouting" NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO gHHHBRHBBB BnaaVl l
REGISTER
troop .Number 70 attended a The public Is Invited taattend/ IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
trainoree at Baden Powell Patrol leaders are Kevin FICTITIOUS NAME This notice 1 Is published EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUITOF
Pursuant to Section 865.09
Melrose Miller Tod Samons and
scout camp near on pursuant of Florida Statutes FLORIDAIN
Saturday.Pvt. Kenny Stephens; assistantpatrol Florida Statutes, notice Is 163.170 ((3)). AND FOR BRADFORD jr.
leaders: David hereby given that the
vickory Greg Jakcson undersigned Faye King, Route 2, 9/302tchg/ 10/7 COUNTYCIVIL
----------- ACTIONIN
Wayne Baker and Kirk Box 74-F, Starke Florida 32091, ---
Crews Completes Schmidt David doing business under the firm RE: HARRINGTON
; Montgomery
Lineman's Course NOTICE INTENTIONTO CHANDLER AND ALTEMEASE
scoutmaster Lee name of "FAYE'S III BEAUTY
; T. CHANDLER
REGISTER HIS WIFE
William SALON," intends to register
Hardenbrook
Ft. Gordon Ga. Sept. 17 FICTITIOUS NAME Plaintiff
Bammett and Don said fictitious name under the II
Private Leslie Crews Jr., 21, assistant provisions of aforesaid statute. Pursuant to Section 865,09 -vs- ;
Hardenbrook
whose parents live in Lawtey scoutmasters. Faye King, owner Florida Statutes, notice Is ROSCOE BELLAMY and ROSA

recently completed a seven Dated this 30th day of hereby given that the LEE BELLAMY, his wife and

week lineman course at the September A.D. 1976 at undersigned Richard and Myrtle SOUTHERN DISCOUNT CO. of

U.S. Army Signal School Ft. Starke Florida. Rogers P.O. Box 1426 Starke Defendant I

Gordon Ga.Students To Lute To Classify 93p 4 tchg 10-21 Keystone Heights Ra, 32666 NOTICE OF SUIT -

were trained to ; ----------- doing business under the firm PROPERTYTO

H. Ray GoldwireII. install and maintain field bedroom FOR RENT mobile- 12 home x 65 two oa.b.t.h. name of "RICHARD'S BURGER : ROSCOE BELLAMY HOUSES FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS

wire, open wire and cable NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO HUTT," Keystone Heights, Ra, Address Unknown .
--
Crlftia Loop. Call 431- ------------ -----------
Hay Goldwire communications systems.He 1080 or 964.8816 after 4:30: REGISTER 32666, Intends to register said YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat AVON CALLING To buy or..*
is a 1973 graduate of FICTITIOUS NAME fictitious name under the an action to Foreclose a
pm. _____2PJEOFOR Avon. Call 7552807(! or write
Promoted AtOwensIltinoi4 Union Co. High School Lake Pursuant to Section 865.09 provisions of aforesaid statute. Mortgage on the following FOR SALE 3 br house no Lama Hyatt, P.Q.Box 220,Lake

Butler SALE. Lettering Raids Statues notice is hereby Richard and Myrtle Rogers property in BRADFORD County, I acre. Outald. city limit. City, Florida, tI....
.' His wife Barbara Ann Guide Sticker, itencll. dven that the undersigned John joint owners. Florida: Reasonably priced. Phone

lived in Grovetown Ga., and"template At The Office E. and Mary B. Crewman P.O. Dated this 30th day of A Portion of the SW 1-4 of the 9648369.fter6 p.m. 21p9fl3930 FOR SALE 1972 Honda

during the course. Box 22, Raiford Fla. 32083 September A.D., 1976 at SW1.4 of Section 22, Township ------ 350cc. GOOD SHAPE. 0375.

H. Ray Goldwire has been cbing business under the firm Starke Florida. 6 South Range 22 East as more CaD 964- 744. tfchg
appointed director of Shop.LEGAL reme of "TACKLE BOX", 941 9-304tchg 10-21( particularly described and FOR SALE Home with I
personnel for the Kimble N. Temple Starke Ra. 32091, attached hereto.Ccmmence In....... 4 BR house on 3 --------- -
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Division of Owens-Illinois in LEGALNOTICE Hands to register said fictitious at the ff-'uthvvest acre" ) with 2 rental trailer UNION SEPTIC TANK

Toledo Ohio reme under the provisions of NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO corner of Southwest kiarter of Hou. h.. 2200 .qu... feet DIRT HAULING &

OF INTENTIONTO NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO aforesaid statute. REGISTER Southwest Quarter (SVVY-4.,. of floor apace, 35000. Some LANDSCAPING: Call anytime

REGISTER John E. and Mary B. FICTITIOUS NAME SW 1-4)), Section 22, Township owner financing available. for estimates. 4J1-1614

A the native son of of Starke.Mr. and Goldwireis Mrs. FICTITIOUS REGISTER NAME FICTITIOUS NAME Cressman, joint owners. Pursuant to Section 86509 6 South Range 22 East and run Phone 9648253. 9/9 2tchg 431-1061.. 9/9 4tchg 9/30

Gilbert Goldwire of Starke. Pursuant to Section 865.09 Pursuant to Section 865.09 Dated this 23rd day of, Florida Statutes, notice is thence North a distance of 500 9/23.9/30 -----------
Florida Statutes, notice is September A.D 1976 at given that the undersigned feet, run thence Easterly a THORNTON:\ :\ SALVAGE-
He is a 1958 graduate of the Florida Statutes, notice is
distance of 50 feet less, Will pay up to (50 each ormore
hereby given that the Starke Honda. Edward Roberts, P.O. Box 288 more or
of Florida that the ,
University hereby
given FOR SALE OR RENT 2 for whale. car in
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9-23-114( to the Easterly right of way line any
undersigned G.K. Ely 2313 N. 4tchg Lawtey and Marcus Norman,
undersigned Stuart Wishart Call 9644243
br. block home In city your yard.
of Old Road and of
Goldwire will be responsiblefor Route 1, Box 294E Starke, Temple Ave., Starke Ra. P.O. Box 288 Starke FL, are Lawtey point Phone 964-6262 or 964-8417 1tchg daytime or 964.6988
all Irdustrial relations Florida 32091, doing business 32091 doing business under the PUBLIC NOTICEA doing business under the firm beginning. evening. 9/16 4tp 10/7

under the firm of "STU'S firm name of "GATOR public meeting will be held name of "BRADFORD
training and personnel name ------------
administration within the AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE" MOTORS", 2166 N. Temple Tuesday, October 12, 1976 at PLUMBING CO., 105 E. From point of beginning thus GUNS FOR SALE. 22'.. 25'

dvision Starke, Florida, 32091, intendsto Ave., Starke Florida 32091, 7:30: p.m. in the County Madison, St., Starke Fl, intends described run Easterly along the HOME FOR SALE 4 k.4 & 38'. old at Dahmer'a.
to Northerly right of way line of ... S bathe' aria Menu Dlicount.
rae
Owens-Illinois in said fictitious name intends to register said fictitious Commission meeting room in register said fictitious name tfchg
He joined register
under the Lamar Street a distance of 100 dlalag. res.. kitchen, faaaly
under of
name the the Bradford provisions of aforesaid -----
provisions County courthouseto -------
1961 as an accountant and has under the provisions of aforesaid with' fireplace central
feet thence Northerly and room
run SOFA&
aforesaid statute. CHAIR SETS.
statute. begin work on
industrial on .
held several statute. a parallel with Old Lawtey Road a beat air. 964-5784.; .ale at Dahmer'a. UI.count.tfchl .
Edward
G.K. Roberts and Marcus
relations and personnel posts Stuart Wishart owner Ely owner. comprehensive plan for the tfchg
distance of 100 feet, run thence (
-.i
Dated this 16 of Norman joint
day -
unincorporated owners
with the company Dated this 30th day of areas of .
Goldwire is married to the September A, D. 1976 at September A.D. 1976 at Bradford County and the Dated this 2 day of September Westerly and parallel with Lamar FOR ----- ------- -
Street of 100 feet SALEFURNISHED NAME
distance to
a BRAND
A.D.
and the Starke Florida Starke, Florida municipalities of Brooker 1976 at Starke Florida
former: Anne Gravlee ,
the Easterly right of way line of MOBILE WATCHKS- from (II.95 up
couple has three sons 9 30 4 tchg 10-21 9/16 tp 10/7 Hampton, and Lawtey. 4tchq 92930 Old Lawtey Road, run _thence HOME 10 x 55. Front .t Dahmer'. Discount tfchg
Kitchen. 2 Bedroom.
the Call --------- -
Southerly along Easterly --
right of way line of Old Lawtey 4E"237. !f. __

;t'salad... E LE Road a distance of 100 feet WANTED
lost (IGAEIITIS ._ -- FOR SALE Shady Oak ___ ______
ME SOLD LI 1AGLIMl lOi more or less to point of Subdivision New 3
I THAU NYWHf iIt I BflNMAMffllCJflO ': _''I beginning bedroom 2 bath Central SARAH COVENTRY -
IN FtOIICA. l -has been filed against you Heal and Air Natural Cedar TRAIN :NOW (hrlHtma
I"*""' I//..? price// FAMILY DISCOUNT STORES ROSCOE BELLAMY and ROSA exterior, large family room. Sale. Car & telephone.

LEE BELLAMY, his wife and you City water 130000. 485- necessary. (Call l.rma Johns,

are required to serve a copy of 1621 or 4851594. 961-5483 ltchg /23.10/14
written defenses, if to Owner/Builder.!! .. Itp 9/30 ----- -- ---- -
i' 2LASSWARE your any '

't SUPER 99* SAW TO PIECE it. on the plaintiff's attorney, FOR SALE TWO Prefer WANTED. some: college Accountant background )
whose and address
name is
SET .
BEDROOM HOME about in accounting, typ
Mack S. Futch P.O. Drawer
WITH ANr..OR eI ten year old; 23 acre lot "'I. tall 4733360. tfchg
MORE LAYAWAY I 1030, Starke Florida 32091. and with tree*. Outside city --- -- ---- ------
file the original with the clerk of limits with well.. 12.500

88* is swings number .... Th "sdtly Friday Saturday! the above styled court on or down 9644750 or. (13.900 ca>h. Call conntruction WANTED: m.ch..qulp'Farm. &

your : before October 15 1976: ____...!!PJEO hicle. *. Let u* sell. yoururplua
otherwise a judgement may be
.. for you. OpenMonday .
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r :: 4 :) entered against you for the relief AUTOMOBILES USED thru Saturday 8:30:

1 :P 1 MEN! WHY PAY $18-$1$ demanded In the complaint or ------------- to 6. :Northeast\ Florida
petition. Equipment: Auction l'S.17,
rllnc Tlsrll FOR POLYESTER SUCKS FOR SALE 1975 Pontiac :North Green. Cove Spring" ,
J
I WITNESS my hand and the .
P. Y. A. 5.88 seal of said court on Sept. 14, Small Catallna.Equity"Door, .take Hard up Top pay 284-5977. tfchgWANTED

w "" / PnSIDI\IJ !Ar i$ 1976. Gilbert S. BrownAs menti.. C.U after. 5 p.m. 9645H06 -
\ Clerk of said Court Upd :\ : Used: refrigtratore } -
us I k SUPER LOW DISCOUNT PRICE ,wa>her. .. and stove.. In
S 2.8 8 By: Marion McRaeAs
/;. Er"rfrPrl.w! 111' 1'1 I W.BJ t lid" will jet 101 till Deputy Oerk FOR SALE '75 Vega good condition Call Ilah-

,..-,._.....:. DISCOUNT PRICE WAS Jt4C TI'iIlISt huiry/ 100H polyester dot- 9/16 4 tct1g 10/7 Station Wagon AC radio, mere. Discount, 964-7923. Ito
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+ [ NEWS UKUS PECK SROES : Mt '*Ie. IN! SUM top auto t......, power tearing, ------ ---- --
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g... } if --------------
4r'aNY'wev I :: .QI,, silos" win CRSHIIREI IRREISOUNatdip 'Y / tMlirtii lair mirtr bucket *..11. 17,0(10( IOU...., WANTED: Mlac. items" furniture
'A
.:
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:.:.: -<- lull itoriT Ciiuf'tHlT IN' rid
seta tnt stir UictM
g ""'" -_..;-:--'. t% UMS ml pliHh Sizes 2M2 excellent cond. Phone 964 toy, clothing I.pad In
tar IN
= ldat.Wktlfostc.bsl It THE CIRCUIT COURT
u 8261 after 6..ji_in._ __tfchg condition) state
i r GHTH JUDICIAL -
; I CIRCUIT OF Impeded plant. Paying
I I VALUE PLUS! FLORIDAIN '. W
i r FOR SALE '60 Ford. 6 ca. A. Scale, Key.toa
E00 _$ YE 5,11 ',,"UI urea-wool AND FOR BRADFORD cylinder. auto. trans. Phone Height. 4734233llfcLP .

2634.88 38.88 3.88 .'I I. NYLON. COTTtl-Ill COUNTYCIVIL ACTION 9646)69. ) __2tp 9/23.9131). ) WANTED THE

I SOCKS JOE HOLLAND and ESSIE BOARD OF COUNTYCOMMISSIONERS
DISCOUNT PRICE WAS A4htf DISCOUNT PRICE WAS3FU DISCOUNT PRICE WAS 4..1 FOR SALE Pick up truck
:\ OF
HOLLAND his wife, Plaintiffs
none TESTED MJL WHITE DOLE ORTUU mfWP.mil PRESTONE AATI-FUUE / IIC 1972 Ford w-toppcr, 1850. BRADFORD COUNTY
LATEX ROUSE PAINT/ RRIES IN FULL OF TOP PEIFOIIIIMCt ANTI-IIIL ooNCEmun FIR SAYE 25% vs With out topper. 11700. M.ORIDA WILL HIRE
DISCOUNT PRICE
30 MINUTES, ONE CAU.RR FUTURES, WITH CMHf USE TEAI-ROORO rROnCTIOR. UL R Arch ROSETTA Street RUTHERFORD New 24 Phone 782 3065. 2tchg 9-23- ONE: EMPLOYEE: TO
Haven 9/30 WORK UNDER': THE
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Connecticut Defendant --
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oiscouNTPRicewasJrTf .
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SAVE CASE NO. 76-295
PROGRAM AT THE
SAVE 24'1. q 31% UP TO 31% MER'S RTtlR HESR OASIUS I NOTICE OF SUIT FOR SALE 70 OLDS BRADFORD ('(HNTYR0l :

,I "_ J ''''' 1IUlunl-" FAMOUS OAF OOIP TIIRWORISIOP IREEIEwllMT.WUIUU PROPERTYTO ROYALE two-door > m-PXRTMfNT: : :
.... 120-20 Feitter lpn mivf, cnMMeriM > : YOU ARE HEREBY automatic tran*., A/C, QUALIFICATION AS
FOUl COLOR RaROTHUTOOLSiU uM. IKck, arm.Ill ?h y NOTIFIED that power iteerlng/brakea.. Call FOLIOWS-.
i
an action to
ORIRR CUI'S2i88C PRIRT FILM .' r, vacate and set a side a Deed 496-3J52...alter 5.:...__ltp! ..9/30 I. BRADFORD nH' TY
/P v R RESIDENT: ::\
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88 88sm the
conveying following FOR SALE 1968 DODGE 2. UNEMPLOYED:
WEEHTI: WAS.UCTPUSTIB WEREUPTO +v property in BRADFORD County POLA RA, door ledan. Air THIRTY |(301| DAYS
M1 r Florida: Lot 3 of block 36, of conditioning, power 3. ECONOMICALLY

Uvingston and Truby and steering. power brake, DISADVANTAGE: :!)
SIYE 25% company subdivision of the NE good condition; 1500. Call 4. MEETREQUIREMENTS\ :
1 SAVE 33% I'8 1-4 of the NE 1-4 Section 28 964-6930. V ernon Reddish. ::\ OF JOB

OVER N-R. ROLL mv-ptis AIR YE 1.0 Township 6 South Range 22 ---_____...ltpj30! FOR FURTHER
CLEARER, I PVO ELECTRICAL 1jj' 1MORMATION: :\ PLEASE: :
SAYE East
FVRRITRRE ? FRESREHER 2.0 SAYE 1. ; Less the East two ((2)) feet
IRSOUTIRO I of lot number 3 of block 36 in PERSONAL CONTACT MR. BOB
LENIN,
!MUSH ORPIIESOL SERVICE
T TAPE e va" ..r ,/ MNEA.. DISCOUNT MICE WAS SMC 4 2 Starke florida. has been filed .............. GREENE MCKNIGHT, OR l\IR.IH\o"ID AT THE:

SSC 2 88c 2s88 NE1'"WUEU/UWHK DISCOUNT PRICE WAS OlOf DISCOUNT PRICE WASMTMER'S against you ROSETTA ALCOHOLICS FLORIDA STATE

II wEAe4r11 waslrF9i wsit21 SAFETT-RIROEO SOU FAMOUS LEISVRE JACKETS POLO SHIRTS IN RUTHERFORD and you are ANONYMOUS: :\ : Successful. EMP1.OY'MFNT SERVICE.
Tail OMtfiar will lamlstMtNnprtat required to serve a copy of 2119 WIST: CALL STREET.
AT A OTRAHITE LOW PRICE SDPER PNOTO-SCENIC PRIDTSIMS your living for people who want to
CTIM uM.Cnlwaet 712. Tkt tip IBM HI lasrt.er to tin tolynttr hat Las right !l written defenses, if any to it, on STOP drinking and STAY STARKE. rLORIDAItchg

SAYE Z1% B SI Ely tat librics. S, M, t. XL tta wittier M ran{ mi! S XL the plaintiff's attorney whose topped.. Meetinga. Thura. & Bradford Co.
FII A FLAT name and address is Mack S. Sunday 8:00 p.m. 964.5704. Comml o.!loo!!!rii !9/30'
SEALS ARI ( QA/lld/ M SAYE 21% y Futch P.O. Drawer 1030 9644434. 6/24 12tp 10/9

fc I FUTU d Starke Florida 32091 and file
I / p1 OSIU ; y ------------ FOR RENT
floc TIRES, 12 d UNII Y.r' the original with the clerk of the Building
remodeling .
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02.88C. IwN 1. w yrEr r above styled court on or before repair, room additlona, FOR RENT 1 Bedroom -

IiEIIA 1 r, r October 15 1976: otherwise a garage' and carport furniiihfd. apartment.. Phone.

WAS 1.11 88C judgement may be entered .enclosed kitchen. bath, 96141011.'! __ Ip 9Et)
,74 } against you for the relief and reefing" Free tlmatea..
wASJrlf 4' 4732108. Mucus W. Grlftla.tlchj .
demanded in the
d complaint
1.88 or IOR RENT: 48 Acre
SIYEU' petition. ___________ Farm 4 BR livable houses 2
(y SUPER LOW DISCOUNT MICE;
lr WITNESS my hand and the .extra room, barn
TO 43, 23% Woman want to do pamure
1.4$
1TO SIR-ORISRT SELICnOR OF seal of said Court II 25100.iret/ and last
on Sept 14, housecleaning. one day per In
OIUNIOA, CHROME KIIFE, I Roonoo W/NES'2OA11u CASUALS 1976. week. Own transportation. advance. :Need work M rite
CAINA IOU C, FORK, U 6$ AOTOaUTIOTIIUSMISSIOR f aKWH itoeM ar luajt nwy L Joe Oliver, Sr. Hampton
Gilbert S. BrolM'lAs Phon 964 5231. Itp 9/30
$ Mil UM. JMM S19.SIVI .
ftp trig
01 11'4 OT TUSPOORORTAILESPOOR '1 !
FJI-i'Jiyj! !t 9/30
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said
NUN owns2iS8C Fills, QUART S Court -- ---------- -
AuTDMArIC SAYE_23% SAYE_1, By: Marion McRaeAs
6.88CWEDEUPTO JI1 288 iio Jzi rlrf/I1. Deputy Oerk WILL BABY SIT for any age FOR RENT: 2 Bedroom
88 chid In home. traUer.. 125 week..
'IAI"' uP To WAS2/-i 4''s v.r/ 01TT$11WIU 2.88 9/16 4 tchg 10/7 my 964-6M21.! per Call
JHi$ 1 OHEAM/RAVT DISCOUNT PRICE WAS JrOlMER'S

TIE WORLTS MOST POPOLARJEARS LOHO SLIDES HO-IRO GRAPEFRUIT: FOR RENT:\ 2 Bedroom
SY20_ 1 I.] 2:88 LHI'S, If COORSE SPORT-OR-ORESS$ PUBLIC NOTICE Diadax eat PILL with' partially furnished hou...

F I """ IITRA OAR 1.1 34% SAVt 31% wtatj,4 Tf Stew tsHt Mat cittoi tM ttitntN. Witt w irttlmt I tli. /n'rt iMtnf The School Board of and low weight.aatlafylng, now meal 314 >. Church St. Inquire at

11II I[. ROLLORART1PEMSPIRART WHITE RAIR worn RAIRHORAERISOl la ticlil Man 3ISAVt Unit!tlTtitir eotm S H. County Starke, Florida Bradford will holda strength, formula Andrew extra IJU.!JJutJeirllpacL._ --P..9/30 t

RORALIAURESHAMPOO Drug. 8/26 4tp Jtchg
A A 10e Public Hearing on the 9/30 FOR RENT: 12' wide air
I IS ULTRA ORT 12OZ. AIR SPRAT,
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0 v yqI. Proposed Rule Changes which -- conditioned
SIZE 120Z. : s : mobile home on
88 .Iw K SAYE 1.11 1'SAVE '10% include Rule Series 1000()( up to BILL'S SAW SHOP: tompieuharpenlng nice shady lot. Call 96441029

WAS.Mt' L J 88 88 / y and including Rule Series 4000 service. circular,. alter_S .J!:m._Itch_!/30
j IAYI 12" MISSES'POUESTSR
OrTT1AtOrTT1A
; hand, carbide,
... l.It IF : at 6 October chain muwerblade
(11.0. 2)) WAS WAS 1 p.m., 18 1976, In
1 J lilT Slim the School Board hallow ground and FOR RENT 2
Room Bedroom
1. of the
SHORT FOR "1. SITS
i balanced. Leave
$05E 13% PIUS! tAYE 10 88C sum KRITTIPS ulj \ SIZES County School Administrative at Jackmn furnished mobile home In

: POSTALI OOSREL I R/NIt1I/ DISCOUNT PRICI WAS llW 47C Offices, at 582 North Temple atone ilelght... tfchg.. Starke" or Key- L.w.. !! .:C.117A23A116. !!.. : .!. ,_.!tlehgFOR
'vJ i 11" 110 4+ WICKER 11i22" LLL MEWS LUT1ER4.MI THTLOttn 1.88 8 Avenue Starke Florida.
: IAIU aAJ $ LAOHORTASKH METAL TVTAOLI RENT :3 J Bedroom
r FIR WIRIIIIRESSItue 10*20 PATIO COVERS: Home
t-r WIA'ill : unfurniahed
nsma2 nan 11 .>.< I I. *i *c. WERE JiOO"VALUE Copies of these proposed Rule and mobile hom..... (180 Hater M, home at 419 N.
1.88 1.88 arias"Mil |*HtN NdU.10-41. Changes may be obtained from Installed (140 unlanUlled. contact at 119 N.
I /3.88 1 Walnut.!! .!St-!
Discouvr WAS.2J1 ; S the Superintendent's Office on GATOR MOBILE HOME SLR. _____ ..l.hllFOR !
IRIC! North Temple Avenue Starke VICE CO. n. 372767, Galneavflle. -
". h / tfchgnEWTNG RENT 12 64))
Florida.
I Mobile Home .
SAYE 1,14 on shaded lot.
81YI 3.0OSTER
I! SIYE sm 1.10 AVI J.tt fm n% H 11 accept. 1 child and/or 1

f M. IIST .__ SET OF 2 MACK .1 SREATrmu SCHEIEIPOLTISTE3 RARR f ROTS' STRIFE- This is in compliance with all m.kasdjoated MACHINES cleaned. / repmb.diliad pel.C.1196f!. .!! ;8498!. ..!19/30! .
1 -, ORTSR Florida Statutes, Chapter 73- and
f .' IRON SKILUTsni RAROWOOIOAR I AM/FM, AOKPORTAOLI OMO, IRISH, / TOP OREW SOX 310 as enacted by the 1974 a (7. Work _'-.
ow, i"lO'k" STIOLS,
ORTIRO STAR! uof sum wm FILL Florida James Strickland corner" Morgan FOR RENTi 12 ft. wide
I Ed 10" HI8N RAM ZIPPER TIPS J OSRIOR SOU e Legislature Road Hwy. 18. d.... mobile home outride city

2.88 12.88 8A88 Richard H.Jockel limit, 9644114 or 473-4777
2.88 2:88:
,5.88 ... & Superintendent of School tlchg
WAS J.Sf j WAS WAS 14,1f WEIlJrM wiitJNh MOBILE HOME MOVING Abo
9-302tchg 10-7( mobile homo hurricane. aachorfag -------------

EAGLC.THE CONVENIENT 312 MADISON ST. LAWN FURNITURE CLEARENCE --- -- - and. aaobue .home roof coattag. FOR RENT Kitchenette.
FAMILY DISCOUNT STORES 1 FOR SALE Magnifying OUn'* MOBILE Homo Service. room, totally furnl.hed.
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:,1 l., .... Open daily 9'1H9. Sund y 'til 964-7513 WEB CHAIR 154/1380 LOUNGE $ 10/ 8>a Li' handle.1..... At of Th.all Office. /... Shop with Jet..231 9M4A08., Star,I 8C, Fla.Rd.tfchg NSW A Temple Temple. Avenue Motel. 881)Phone t) N.rtB 904

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12 a 80 SALE Floriland Realty
FOR
Mobil. H.m.. lunl.b.d. Diamond needle.
AC 2 Bedroom. I 1.2 for any eteno.over 247 dlff nrentone FOR SALE IRISH BABY ITEMS Swing, 3 BR CB. Florida Room
Baths mil. SE Starke. *, we have the 'an. Dab- SETTER PUPPY female, travel h.d. car-.eat, Hardwood flloora, central .. /IGJ.t rsMw 1 =Lr
SR 100, 25/Mo., _r'. Dbcount. AKC already wormed 12 clothing. 318 Christian heat & air, yard.
Call
450$. 473. week. old. Cad after 5, 964- fenced back REALESTATEBeautiful
Up 9/30 709. Behind County Jail. btrwille
i 2tp 9/30-10/7 larREALTY
Saturday 10-5 p.m. Itp 9/23. 1W16101.ea 3 BR Frame .In City, 1/2 A. -.r --- I

FOR SALE Swimming. pool. FOR BALESTRAWBERRY .v rw .rem Lot. shaded lot .t
LOST AND eaerlfloB. Leadkig manufacturer PLANTS FOR SALE MlHlonaryStrawberry - Klngnley Lake with nice.. t)
FOUND and dutrlbutor.. haa akimmum 23 A. front on St. Rd. 16. 21x60 double wide
Florida 90'.. Call Leon Plant on MH
------------ l 1975 wtangiaar poola left over from Starling 782-3310 or Edwin Bay!..* Highway In back ofBayle With term. CH&A 3 BR 2 bathe, LR, C.Cecelld' 7
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maon 1/2 price, DR,Fam. Rm.
poodle LOSTWblt., l.m.l. kutalUtJon.. and ..guaipteed ..... Starling,782-3068 Lawtey. *. Church. Phone J" '1 to 3 ...../ with Septic bldga. all for $22,500.patio .torage e
old. La.t Bleb 9/30-10/28 --
yr. -
at Cook'. eeen Call eoueet,, JackeonvOle day.or Horace Knowle.964.5429.2tp tank. 29 per cant down - -1'; ) --
Pantry 9/24. 125 92.1830FOR : .8 cent Int. on bal.. \
reward.Call 475-1781 Itchy venlng. 904-3984103. tfchg.WATSON'S FOR SALE per - SR-100-S neat 1450 aq. ft. 3 :. ........d W.
9/30 SALE. Red IRE LR. OR. L|. FamU BR CB home on 3.2 acres 2H8
HOUSE Interior& Exterior Paint crowder eye Duplex -nice return on yonruveatment. sq. ft,gar. could be 4th Bit Terwiilegar
OF peaa, yon pick. .4, Room Fireplace on 20 acre .
1
LOST Large pit bulldog, VACUUMs. Many brand 01. reg.. ...95. Now 12.99: : Deck w* pick, (5 bushel.. Call 964. with barn Graham area - Lge. .ep. 36.30 garage Real Facts On REAL ESTATEIt
whit with grayl.b.pot". .new vacuum.. Used. maduWvaflable. Enamel 17..50Ea.m.1- reg. 10.95 Paint| Now 7789. Bring container.. 9/16 Term. 3 BR Brick home. many possibilities $3H,900./
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Limp. on front leg. L.it .Expert Repair. almekee. | 2tchg 9/23 - - is quite possible) to find a "bargain" in an
eeen la Thereaaa ......and aeceaeoriea for Re,. 10.95, Now S7.95 Hampton Lake, h..tI..1abad.d 2 BR frame stove & rrl. off
area aU ..... Aluminum Paint 301N almost new home at times. The best example is a
.UlDL Built-in Reg. $13,000 term.
Friday night. Call 4734097or central lot ready for a bo.... PeaH Andrew Auoc:
YIaIum *7.29Naw 15.75Kaol - home owned by a middle Income business executive
4041 96+-7739
473-4293.!! :...._ Itch 9/30 NW 10th Aw"GGal'uavme. 370 Sealer Reg. 16.50, Now Fred Sackett SR 100,, 8.Large moblleho VERNIEP.ODOM 2 BR frame, screened porch who has to move In order to continue Ms

7110. d.... $5.25PVC Pipe Schedule REALTOR lot well and septic tank. Reg.IJroIoertMM'Z8 ID Starke $10,000. advancement within his company, or with a new
FOR 160 1.2".8 cent per Its 9517700LONGCHAMP - company.

----- SALE- PVC Pipe Schedule ISO 3.4"10 Stark Office 904 9644522 - 2! BR frame, 1 acre $7.500 These moves often have to be made on very short
-- FOR I ISchedule Very nice mobuehome with
SALE Yamaha cent per ft.1| PVC Pipe 8.7 SR10US
.1.. acre., $15,500
notice, and therefore the homeowner will sell his
poll!SALE 38 Sag trout stage 40,1.2"10 cent < 205 N.Temple[US-301] .ddltJo..1.8. acre shaded lot,
.else Iced
organ salient - -
gea'M.ZZ hand.....'Z4.95. LtDmhmwn eondltloa' cover Included per ft.\ PVC Pipe Schedule 301 8. Owner financing.Connerly 5 acres term. house at about cost in order to move it fast in the
---.. .... 1,200 negotiable. Call 964- 40. 3-4" 15 cent per lt.( Hampton Office 904 468.1753 - -up- market. This a real buy for the person who has timeto

DI-mt. tic..... 5875 after 4. tfpd!! W* have PVC up to 4"| I j I Stark 6 mile South US-301.of Estates SR16 i ml. 10 acre cleared 13.900 wait for the proper opportunity to arise.
A.B.S..p to 4". Many other on from town beautiful brick Horn and Building - We have a large selection of property available at

FOR FOR SALE Item. Rocking Chair Hampton"- home 3BR 2B, LR.L(.family MOerlalaWEBUILD 10 acres SR230E 22.000 all times and have built our reputation on fair
SALE. D.lu.e GE BR. 2 1/2 bath
18.95 Bar Stool. room and kitchen central air
WASHER ; 17.95\ - dealing. See us today for your property needs.
Aluminum |MS!!!| aboveground with mini ba.ket.. 128300.
heat drl" .
.
Slat Seat Chalr.i Dining 40
Good condition. Paved acres wooded $.a&.500
Swimming po.1(2)| 15 Ownermoving. - -
] Room Suite. 150.00 Your Plant Or Our.
x 24 and 15 a 33 complete, Iyear 160 caah. Call 964- Starke BR,t bath 115,500 Your Lot Or Our," - -----
Room Suit
Living .
old 8384 Itchg 9/30 New h.... We have others,call u.anytime Wowl Well built CB, home with
3
repo.aei.ed. 129.95; Love *mod bed, :- home In town 3BR -FREE ESTIMATES large BR 2 tile
782-381X5
SacrUleo 1/2 price. Callcollect dreaeere, cheat of drawer. Starke 3BR., 1 1/1 bath 28,LR.C/H4A.I.r.. garage I IIemodeingRepair.. Associates- baths LR, DR. Florida room, some paneling

904-398-5874. tfchg FOR SALE NORGE GAS mattre & boa spring., 21500. quiet area, corner lot. AddnknaHome. 964-7154 & 782-3397 Central Heat (ducted for air), 2 car carport, utility
DRYER. Good condition. refrigerator and atove. - - ...... room patio with brick Bar-B-Que grill paved
Many feature. Stark3 BR,1 bath 125,500 2 frame house In
Owner BARGAIN CENTER at 301 story town SoldTradedACREAGE beautiful
FOR SALE Farm & rri LAWTEr fit. driveway on two lots convenient to
moving. (50 ca.h. Call 964- - one of the elder ones with
South
eon.truetion mach-equip-ve- 8384 Hampton 40 acre. 1700 A. plenty of living area 78238O6FOR everything. The price is right!
9/30
Itchg FOR 'Y
hlcle.. Open Monday thru SALE ;_ -----
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Saturday, 8:30 to 6. Conalgnmenti FOR SALE 72 INCH PINSCHER FOR SALE DOBERMAN St.r"*.3 BR.l bath $24300 Several commercial Iota 01 .9644853 A CB home in Saratoga Heights with 3 or 4 BR,
welcome. North. PUPPIES 8
Saul Florida Equipment WALNUT STEREO with week.. old. Make. great 301. Hwy.301 South,Star** CH&A and a tremendous room which could be a
AM/FM - SALE Pickett Family room, bedroom or whatever heart
Auction. US-17. North .t.reo radio. Good watchdogs 160 Call 964- tf : Templates your
condition. Lake Butler 3BR brick A a General desires. Owner to establish business in
Green Cove Spring., 2845977. Very pretty 5580 Up 9/30 Lettering guides. use moving own
BR Block.
cabinet 185 caah. Call 964- Mimosa Manor templates. Electronic Elipse and Crystal River.
.....:tfchFFOR .............,, 8384._Itchy 9/30 - Architectural. All for sale at The -----

SALES M>biIe home .loaf Mobile Home Park M.W.5 acres of tram Starke.. house and barn LISTINGS NEEDED! Office Shop. Phone 964 6305. Are you a "do-it-yourselfert' The Floyd Green
895do_. FOR ..
Few lota Mill available SALE WALKING A Nice Place OFFICES(()'\ST-TO- ---- -- -- home at 601 Call & Orange could be restored and bea
In eevenl. wbdlvWoni. TRACTOR plowa and dl.....
Ph. 468- To Live acrel pa.Tn7e
1551. tfehg.f Used.garden tractor. Dale I land ('O.\ST show place. The property is beautiful and so
Hodge.,782-3387. Itchg 9/30 Your NHCA 1976 la.onably priced just oil BUYERS From convenient to everything. The price Is right.
i i Yard Lota R16. N.W. of town. EverywhereSTROUTREALTY- Dine & DanceAt -----

10 29 PATIO COVER: HairdresserDoes .Car - The New listing a nice building lot on Rd. 230 on the

InaUIIed IlKjOU. .and.taped FOR SALE 5 and 7-10 It Garbage MalBexeoWater Can Very nice large frame home Broker left going out to the country club.
*l4UjOO. Cater Mobile Home acre oa Highway 100. Call in corner lot In town 3BR 2 r.4 "..
s.m. 372.9787. tfchjr. 9647635. 4tchg 9/30-10/21 BetterNational lath C/H&A; large garage. On loo Souin I'l .Mile From 1n./ro.. &/...all,,... -----
Central Seonca..tI'IrJrvp Intenectloivef end 100 South Brick veneer in city limits mid 20's with 3 BR, 1

Beauty Garbage - Restaurant & B, Central Heat plus AC on a large corner lot. Low
FOR SALE OR RENT: No FOR SALE Ample Parking 15.20 acre tract Ugh landon f JO 2 lehj trot
Salon Week down payment.
qualifying, 1974. 24 x 68 REGISTERED 'Street paved road Graham Area LoungeLive
mobile home 3 BR, 2 bath HEREFORD Bl'LL 3 1-2 October 3-9, 1976 Improved Term. ----
private lot 4 mile. eouth of ,.... old. Mra. A.H The latest Electric Service to - Entertainment Once in a while a real' fine home comes on the

Starke off 301, $1,000 downor Harley 964.5516. lip 9/30 professionalperms in 200 Metered.Ampere.. tie Large frame house 3BR on FORMICA * * * market this is a beauty with everything you've
rent 1195 month. Call corner lot In city vary 17 Panama always dreamed of Brick, 3 BR, 2Vi B, CH& A.

GalneavlUe 375-1120. tfchg LOT FOR SALE 2 mile. shampoos, conditioners and Move In BOOM reasonable priced dose to 4.8 Sheets *6*' family room LR, DR, kitchen with dining area.

------------ from city limit., a blk.. off treatments FREEIMonthRent shopping area Wed. Thru Sun. laundry room office double garage fully equipped
Raltord Rd. 16. keep your hair - 500 Sheets Available kitchen with the finest equipment swimming pool
FOR
SALE Mobile Homa Clear
) Porto in shape and allow/ 1-3-6 home.ltea * * * *
shaded lot with acre 4 milesN.W OLIN
and tall Electric
"eupplive. OU N'S MOBILE pine Hookup paved driveway.
HOME SALES, Front and back exit with free, natural hair of Starke.GEORGE Jam Seixon Coming Soon
Hwy. 100 W.NtartI. ---
.. 96-5006. trchg. culvert. Dry location. 100' movement. Allow/ your PHONE 96+7498 .... MOBILE HOME Mon a Fuel Tf 20 picturesque acres out of the city cleared -
well. Zoned mobile home or hair this freedom of r For Info'fflntion' Call 475.9474
conventional hoa... I3JSOO spirit Phone today ROBERTS JR. good neighbors.
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For Sale! Coastal Bermuda ash 4311193. Itchy 9/30 for Reg.Real E.tateBroker No Cover Charge During The Wool I
hay, 1.50 bale. 468-1985 your appointment Phone 964-7826 Large well constructed block building with one

,-=a>h.3- GARAGE SALE Friday LOTT'S OF BEAUTY acre zoned commercial Rd. 16 W additional

and Saturday, 9 ...... to 1 Road 325 Hampton FOR SALEi File ho..., acreage can be purchased. Perfectly located for a
For Sale Liquid chicken p.m.708 McMahon Street. Call 468-1197 You Buy A guider and card. 1 We Need Listings Ti! launderette.
fertilizer 110/too. 6
tone to
_____ Itp 9/30 Everything you need for -- ---
the truck. Delivered and fixing a fling xyitem. All for Large brick home in the heart of town on 301 which

spread Prevail 468-1985 for you.Hampton W.A. Mobile sale. at The Office Shop.- We've Got Buyers From EverywhereOffices could be used as a home plus a business.

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F4. tkh3F t.! _-____ MOBILE HOME e Home The ultimate 2200 sq. ". all large rooms LR,

BRASINCmNGdll.eOlde.bge DR Kitchen 4 Bedrooms two tile baths. Brick
Coast To Coast
Ralph Bryan PARK See SaleaAServfce fully carpeted CH&A. Paved driveway, 1 acre only
t.bJ
2 old out of city limits.
Real Estate Walk Inside to Bu4wdSglwe CIty UmIta John Fine CortToltmOnCoMlacTntdet Selection 01 U..d Strout RealtyBroker years


DON'T DELAY Or7bustown$30PerMot.b 2001 N.W.13 3784301tf Cecelia T. TerwiC/egor./ Realtor/

BUY TODAY!! 473 3775 GAINESVILLE Starke 206 West Madison Avenue Starke, Florida
964-5196 A Mile, South On S R 100
AD City Convenience
Your choice ol 5 to 265 acre. Fke Police Protection

North of Lawtey Low down City Goo,Water and Sewer I __ u __ __ I I U OFFICE PHONE 964-7776
payment I'p to 20 to CARRADINESFOR
year payon
balance. Jo-Lu Motel Mobile Home MovingSet Edwards HI A Assoc HOME PHONE 964.5145FloridaFirearmss
. . Branch Office

1 to 10 acre. Off SR 100 964-881 rr BOOTSOur 206 S.Water St.Starke. m <, :. Ie
&
South High and dry Lowdown JUSTIN boot. In newstylee Up DeliveryFOR .Fla.32091 LJ:::!

payment Ea.y monthly '
are now arriving. W* AEALtOR --
terma. DETAILS CALL
will have lull sire coverage 61-

CALL Anytime"The Land Man" TURKEY SHOOT 2 they to 13 are In b..utltul.R.m.mhar D and E width.. And OLIN'S MOBILE HOME 964-5606 3 BR Frame on 98'xlOO'kt.done to shopping center.' I 11--) Unlimited

I Hwy 100 W. Starke 3 BR 18.Block house on 3.6acrea.Good location.

IB RAI.PHBRYA.'iR.oI.lOf' SaturdayOct. Acme and that Dingo our boot Wrangler price Only Lie. & Bonded Mover Living In 78'xl91' on CROSBY LAKE- with 12'x6Sf mobile home and [rU..Z. :.: -...- '

9&t87K9dey' or night, are the beet In the land. Come .. covered porch. 20'10'" storage' bldg. Term.. t. -
ot Ai'GtJ' see u. Thank. you. Bradford Co. -r, :. ..: --7- -- --

We need home with small acreage.
10a.m.
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When think of boot Announces It's
Sheds yon Call .. ready to buy or .ell..
Portable Utility $1.25 per shot think of Carradlee's.Thank Forsyth Plumbing or come see today upon are
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GRAND OPENINGJust
8x18 '79508 Finished Inside you Susan Bakken. A.aoclate
One mile northof Starke Fla. 964-5261
CARRADINE'S Irene Faulkner Associate
8x16 Economy Model '695M10x12 Lawtey at Paul Faulkner Associate In Time For Hunting Season

Bradford Package Store Certified & Bonded
LEATHER SHOP 9 .j.5005 or 9 .j.5142
'775 Finished Inside We Handle

All proceeds will New Installations
.. Drawer B REMINGTON WINCHESTER RUGER
'49500 '
8x 1 10 Finished 1OLIN'S go to purchase Small

Fry and Little League L.wt.y.I'orld. 32058 & RepairsBill THOMAS REALTY MARLIN S4W CHARTER ARMS COLT
MOBILE HOME On US 301 one mile south
softball uniforms30 WEA THERBY AND MANY MORE
Pho0l782SI00Houn
'- Itp 10.7 621 North Walnut St.Starke. ,
Hwy 100 Starve" 964 5606 9 a.m. to 5:30: p.m. FREE .Florida 32091 Archery And Camping Equipment


IForsyth Pd 0,19 10/14 ESTIMATES (Formerly A...964-6162.Thomas Real E.tale] Repair Work Too! Bring Us Your Trade In

d Lovely brick. 3 BR. 2 bath house on acre lot,central heat

If ::14Bal'Linf JLot -----------f & air, outside city limit.. Immaculate. An/ Quits ire On An Order For Only Delivery Bull Requiring 5-15 Day

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L.K. EDWARDS III- 5 acres on 100-A near city limit. Come Check Our Prices You'll Be
& ,
Dog Grooming 2" thru 6'I - -
Business Opportunity 3000 aq. ft. CB Building on 301 Happily Surprised
And Associates Inc.
Bathing I Fast Rotary I with overhead office and .Ior... some equipment.

All Breeds Drilling Equipment Keystone Heights rn - OCATfO INSIDE

473-2669 Two each lots on Crosby Lake SE end of lake. with 100

404 W. Madison, St. Starke I STATE LICENSED I ACREAGE L.J:::! ft.Available.Lake. frontage, 500 ft. to graded road Financing I'' 144 W Call SI ve+-ru6+ Terry Games Owner

Closed Sun. & Mon R.ALTOR. - IBtia? tBS -
Can For Appointment Pumps 6 1-2 Ac... on St. Rd. 21. 1 1.2 mile north ol Keystone
(Next To PItJg/y, Wlgg/y BRADFORD COUNTY Heights, all or part Financing Available I II

964..5221 I I ISalesPartsService Ttfc acres 400 ft. on St. Rd. 100. small frame house on - PANELING CENTER I
New Used site. $20.000.:! Small acreage

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32 acre farm on St. Rd. 100. lovely home cypress Buam.H epportunity Lovely building on 301 with
I I II barn. fenced pasture. appro. 2450 aq. ft. Plenty of parking. space approa. 600 4'xB'SHEETS I II l

RegisterOil a< I E-Z TermsPlumbing I II ----- aq. ft. with central H/A all today. I

I I I acre home sites residential only $...500 up. Hampton Lake. 90' x 190- -fenced- -lot North Shore Mobile /

Keystone Oaks. Home, 120' Deck, 12x20 Itttity Ho.... I i iI I
Company ----- - Prices A ,

1.8 acres & H acre home sites residential only good 3 Residential Iota,total area 100 x 150,3 block from High
!I New Installation I! terms. Lake Hampton Oaks. School. I Start At .1 i I
308 S. Thompson 1
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964-5888
Remodeling I Nearly new double wide mobile home on 5 acre of land, 3

CLAY COUNTY BR.2 bathe apprex. 1600 *q. ft. Uv Fast Friendly I Repairs II I and Ah- $2"

I 40 acres St. Rd. 100 frontage. 3 miles east of (IDOING BUSINESS ONLY IN REAL ESTATE)

Fuel Oil/ Service Duprance Keystone. Ideal development properly. F.Delano. Thomas.Reg.Real Estate Broker


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"Breaker one-nine. China distinctive handle (name) and over the CB Is to be careful -; 1 11' r \

Doll, you got your ears on?. talk of the road predominates, and not have an accident, or TJ' rT 71
O.E.S.AREA MEETING ELIZABETH GIVENS WALKER Pleasant Grove ChurchWeekly : .Who've you got here? This Is but In a language aU their "Keep the greasy side down
services began with Bluebird. How'm I doln? Oh, own and the shiny side up." I
Grand The official Worthy meeting Matron of of the the Service began the weekly the Young Adult Choir just fine, how about CO'ers Include aU kinds CB, once the exclusive II
meeting each first and second people might not think of truckers
State of Florida will be held In activities Tuesday night at yourself? you property traveling wit I
Ocala this 7:30: Wednesday night at 7:30: Monday night. Young Junior The police radio, maybe?, would get into the newest the interstates has now ? (
October Friday. night, Tarrying Service. Friday Choir rehearsal each Tuesday or just mumbo-jumbo? Na, national pastUme caught 011 everywhere, with I
1 at 8
p.m.CnURC" night Bible Study Sunday night at 7:30.: Prayer Meeting it's a typical conversation middleaged housewives, aU types of people The 1 k ks ,
NEWS services will begin with each Wednesday night. heard over CB radio, a fad school teachers, even Federal Communications Y I
The East Florida Annual Sunday School at 10 a.m. Thursday night Bible Study. that's catching on here just as policemen Commission (FCC) which e a I Ii i
Conference will start In Morning service at 11 a.m. Sunday service will begin with fast as everywhere else. "It sure beats soap operas," licenses and supervises the t\Y''
Jacksonville Evening service at 8 p.m Sunday School at 10 a.m. Local CB'ers heard Include says the Bluebird, Teena use of CO's, estimates there .T.
ML Olive A.M.E.Wednesday Church at Greater Bethlehem Visitors are always welcome. Wagon master, Taillight, (Mrs. Mac) Baldwin 1 who has are ten million sets In this I
Freewill Baptist Church, Rev. Mudgrlp, Freeblrd, China a CB radio base station In her country, and over five million
through( October 3. All A.M.E.Churches
will be without Jasper Williams, pastor. SCHOOL NEWS Doll, Georgia Girl, Bluebird, Walnut Street home and licensed operators. ; ; !i :
a Basic class has
Service activities as follows: Adult begun and Mama Teddy bear. In prefers listening to the CB Anyone purchasing a set : I Ii"
pastor until Sunday night Old R.J.E. for adults N
at
Weekly services began with addition to the local over watching television. Mrs. cannot legally operate it
when the appointments are the Tiny Tots rehearsing desiring to Improve reading mainstays, there are always Baldwin became the Bluebird without a license. J\; ,,\\jo; wry'.}ftitj";
assigned. skills.
Churches In the Monday night, Tuesday night and writing lots of truckers and people after her son-In-law got --.."_" ..iL... 4
conference Prayer Meeting, Wednesday The class meets Monday driving to and from work Interested and the Baldwlns Applicationon for a license
are Mt. Plsgah A.M.E night Senior Choir rehearsa and Wednesday nights from 7 along the Gainesville-Starke- bought him a unit for comes with the purchase of a It hats soap operas on television, says the Bluebird (eMrs.
Church. Rev. John Farmer, Thursday night Story Hour at to 10 p.m. All Interested Lawtey-JackSonvlJle route. Christmas.Mrs. set, costs $4, and takes from Teens Baldwin) one of the burgeoning number of local residents J
pastor South Starke; Mt. Zion, the church Friday night 730; persons are invited to attend Everyone has his own Baldwin listened to It, six to eight weeks to obtain. who have turned on to the national CItizen's Radio pastlmt' I
Lawtey, Rev. Richard Bethel, Junior Choir rehearsal 6 p.m., got hooked, and became the You can, however, operate Local enthusiasts are In the process of forming the GatorlandCB
pastor. Greater Allen Chapel Saturday School teachers Bluebird. The name Is a your set with a temporary Club which will meet next Wednesday, Od.6,at 7 p.m In the I
A.M.E. Church, Starke Rev meeting will be held. Sunday Brooer Netvs natural, she has bluebirds in license, which comes With the county civil defense building i
R.G. Heastle, pastor Is Pastorial Day Sunday her wallpaper, figurines, ear set, until you have your
A new pastor will begin the school will begin at 9:30: a.m. Jeanette Prescott lunch. A sing will follow. rings, and draperies. permanent one. enforcement and rescue suspected the prank nature of
conference year Sunday, Morning Worship at 11 a.m. 485.1115 Please make plans to attend Along the open road, Price of a set depends on the personnel, monitors CB the call.
October 10. All members are the and and channels 24 hours a day, But emergencies comprise
Dinner will be served at 12:30.: and share blessings primary concern Is avoiding transmitting range
asked to begin the new Evening Worship at 6 p.m. BROOKER ELEMENTARY: fellowship. the police, of which there are number channels you want; picking up emergency and very little of the cross talk
conference year with a Philadelphia Baptist SCHOOL NEWS: three categories: peacemaker you can spend from $100 to distress signals and notifying heard over the CB. Most of the
prayerful attitude In all Church, Rev. W. MayBerry, The first P.T.A meeting of PERSONALS (local police). smokey $500 on a 23-channel set. In proper authorities talk is gay and friendly, as
activities of the church pastor. Service schedule asfollows the year will be tonight, Mrs Doris Snyder of (sheriff), and full-grown January,sets will be available One CB'er said emergencies people who have never met
Free Caanon True Church of Jacksonville visited her with 40 channels, but are not now handled trade greeting and chit chat
: The Association will Thursday, St'pt. 30, at 7:30 bears (Highway Patrol>. U
God In Unity, Elder Sampson Service begin Tuesday night at Spring p.m. Plans for the Halloween parents, Mr. and Mrs Evan you're doing better than pair transmission Is not expected professionally, and that day In and day out.
schedule While pastor.follows Baptist Church Friday night Carnival and future P.T.A. Hodges, and had supper with of fives ((55 mph),you're likely to be as good on these sets untrained persons monitoring
as : Prayer
discussed. them, Sun., Sept 19. Into driver the channels are sometimes
Rev Mayberry will preach. meetings will be to go a pig panic ( Local CD'ers have started
The choir will sing Saturday All parents are encouraged to Mr. E.W. Hodges and son slower) as soon as you spot a not able to distinguish a real
at the State Missionary Hour. attend. The P.T.A. officers Mark, of Hampton Lake bear. If you fall to panic, the Gatorland CO Club, and emergency and a bogus one. now yoqr :
J this S. visited their parents, Mr. and taxi are actively seeking new Several weeks ago, a party
Due to the Association Sunday year are: Daryl you'U soon see a Tijuana
members. It has
School, morning Worship will Brewer; President; Tommy Mrs. Evan Hodges, and had (police car with flashing light) now was heard on the radio CarpetIngKEN
conclude services for the day. Cox, Vice President; dinner with them, Sat., Sept. coming at you, and he'll most approximately 12 members, requesting assistance at the B
and for the next
Ebenf'zer' and New Bethel Margaret Dyal, Secretary; 25.Mrs. likely start spreading the plans are & G truck stop, saying a
meeting set next Wednesday,
Baptist Churches, Rev. L.R. and Nell Mann, Treasurer. Eva Harrell, vlslsted greens (giving tickets). You'll serious accident had occurred
October In the
6 at 7
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Service BROOKER STATE Mrs Cecil Moore in Mobile, p'.m. and
Davis, pastor wind up feeding the bears Civil Defense Bwldlng.The requested assistance.
activities as follows: Services FARMERS MARKET: Ala. From Wednesday Set. 22 (getting a ticket, which will main goal of the club Is When local police, sheriff's
started at Ebenezer Tuesday The Brooker State Farmers and returned home Friday cost some green stamps to Radio deputies and rescue units
get a Emergency TEAL
night with Prayer, Bible Class Market, has begun it's fall Sept 24.Mrs. (money). Associated Citizens' Team arrived, they found nothing.
Ask Thursday night, Sudnay operation under the Eva Harrell visited her Besides the standard Had the parties monitoring
(REACT) unit started in the
Services will begin with leadership of V.B.J. brother and sister Edwards-in-law Mr. vehicles 011 the road, you're area. This unit, with the the call been property trained,
Charley Sunday School at 9:30: Packaging and Handling. and Mrs. Ercell In liable to see go-go girls approval of local law they would have questioned RAYON RUGS
Morning Worship at 11 a.m., The first day of operation, Salt Springs, on her birthday, (trucks hauling cows 01" pigS), the person' reporting the Rayon Is a fiber which
E. Willing Workers 5 p.m. Sat., September 18, only Sa., Sept. 18.SUPRISE. portable parking lots (auto emergency more closely; and is used mainly In themanufacture
Evening Worship at 7 p.m. lasted about 2 hours but they transport trucks), Pollock oscatter;
New Bethel services begin expect the time to pick up as BIRTHDAY school buses (cattle trucks), rugs or throw rugs as
I Johns with Prayer Meeting and more of the crops come in. PARTY and cowboy Cadillacs Dr. Stephen Gyland To Speak they are known to many
. Bible Study Wednesday night The workers packed yellow A surprise birthday party (Chevrolet EI Camino 01" Ford people. Rayon Is
, at 7:30.: Sunday School will and green squash. Some of the was given for the Rev. Lonnie Ranchero). Here At Businessmen's sometimes also used in
About This Question conclude services for the day. growers said, cucumbers will Parker at the home of Mr and Truckers traveling through Group the manufacture of wall.towall -
: 1\I1t. Siani Association closed be ready for picking about the Mrs. N.G. Hayes, Jr Sat. Starke aU have one complaint carpet for
f "I have had my boat inswance last week and everyone 8th or 9th of October. evening, Sept. 25, by the' In common- the bumpy right Dr, Stephen Paul Gyland, will speak at 8 p.m. Tickets bathrooms. Rayon Is
with the Charley experienced a wonderful I quote some of the workers, church family of New River land of US-301,which Is a loose well known Jacksonville may be purchasecd lit the popular because It can be
E. Johns Agency for meeting. Rev. L.R Davis "We are glad to have Mr. Baptist. boardwalk (road in need of pediatrician who Is also very Morning Sun Health Food dyed many different
several I moderator, is greatful to all Eddie Wood back as After a time of enjoying repair) If ever there was one active In religious affairs Store on North Temple colors.
years. am now .
members for the cooperation foreman." eating hamburgers and One CB'er passing through since accepting Christ In 1972, Avenue.In Rayon has been known
getting a bigger boat and the Rev. Parker win speak next Friday, Oct. 8,
shown In the Christian trimmings, ventured that the local yokels Keystone Heights, tickets In this country since
going into the charter Fellowship. More Christian BROOKER BAPTIST 'Opened his gifts. "THIS IS (police) must have done away at the monthly dinner meeting may be purchased by phoning about 1911. but was not
business Can you Fellowship is needed. CHURCH REVIVAL and YOUR LIFE" was then given with some of the citizenry and of the Starke branch of the 473.2702 or 4732616.Dr. used in the manufacture
provide both hull and :\11. l\1orlah and Pleasant HOMECOMING: : : by his daughter, Mrs. Wilbur located their graves there. Full Gospel Businessmen'sFellowship of rugs until after World
liability insurance for Grove United Church: Parish, Brooker Baptist Church Is Andrews. This party was also At any rate, they still prefer International. Gyland- practicing War II. As you probably
Rev Willie Stitt, pastor holding a revival beginning, a surprise to Mrs Parker Starke to Hippletown The dinner will begin at 6:30: pediatrician In Jacksonville, know rayon is the oldest
me? Service schedule as follows: Mon., Oct. 4, at 7:30: p.m. and Tributes were payed to the (Gainesville), which Is p.m. in the Garden turned to religion after feeling manmade fiber.
Mt. Moriah Weekly services continuing each night through Rev, Parker for being such a famous for its San Quentin Restaurant on US-301 North his home.life and family were Our personnel know
Charley E. began with Prayer Meeting Sat.. Oct. 9. with Evangelist fine Christian example, and a Jail Bait Tuesday night at 7:30: Ronnie McKinzie Guest man of God. Cake ser served hitchhikers), honey wagons and his wife, Rose, received used to make carpet. Tell
JOHNS AGENCY Wednesday night at 7:30: choir speaker. and everyone had a great (beer trucks) and roller on PRDHBSIDNAlCIfIIII the Baptism of the Holy Spirit them your needs and
rehearsal, N.1. Sunday School HOMECOMING will be time skates (small or Imported March 18, 1972 when David they will be happy to
131 SO WALNUT ST at 10 a.m. Morning Service at observed Sun., Oct. 10 with cars), t(;IIIRI..Mlaltsl. I lessis was In Jacksonville, assist you In making the
.' PHONE.. 9f14.5070 11 a.m. dinner on the ground. Everyone FIRST BIRTHDAY: CD even has its own version and their new life began. right selection.
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Is asked to bring a basket Countryman Cynthia, daughter Louise of the of listener the obscene calling phone for "10-31 call ,-" a a (1( E/f'"UI'IIf"i/ ll) charismatic The Gylands now St. attend Peter's the Teal Tile

i., Rev. and Mrs. James horny beaver (woman). Episcopal Church. They have
celebrated her MIlT GUll IIIIIUYAC-IM fr Carpet
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first birthday with relatives at But the best.. advice heard ,..,.......,._IIet__isw six children,all of whom have
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her home for Sunday Dinner, .a.cn..aq.t.I'-'" 964.7423E
BIRTHS that g..tlr, Holy Spirit Call St Starke
for the
Sept. 26. Present Mrs. Lizzie Prescott, Is the "-_......fI...with hutw.r.r
occasion were: Mr. and Mrs. proud grandmother of a W..-hit.
loe James Janocha, aunt and __...
ndaeBuy granddaughter, born to her IIft8 dirt.hrtloaA
uncle from Clearwater, and son, Mr. and Mrs Charles ert-...,.&.....
aunts, Mrs. Jo Barnes, and rpt..f.cs- :: Gainesville
Truett, Sept 22, Elizabeth U
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Mrs. Betty How lis of Green !My- 1..1. _
"Liz"weighed 8 Ibs. 4 She
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one, a Since prices have Increased the past few months,
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