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

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Includi g$231tOOa '

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In Utility Increases

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I $2.5 million spending bill for fiscal 76-77 was adopted .
I Tuesday night by the Starke City Commission, complete with
I garbage, water, sewer and gas rate hikes expected to bring in

an Utility additional increases$231,000.raise the minimum charge for gas from $2 to BCH Employees/

$3, minimum charge for garbage pickup from $3 to $5, sewer
service charge from $4 to $6, and water $3 to $5. The action was
taken on a 4-1 vote in the face of a roomful of protestors, some 35

i strong.The commission wrestlingwith preoccupy commissioners Get 8 Percent:

a spending bill $247,000 through the rest of the J
.out of kilter two weeks ago, evening. City clerk Merrill '' '' t:
M saw the utility Increase as the Edwards confirmed that the
only way to balance the city has been notified by its
budget,which reflected actual suppliers of fuel oil and
spending by the city this past natural gas of raises which Salary IIease
fiscal year. will cost the city another ..j
Prior to the budget $30,000, raising the city's
adoption, Mary E McCloud power plant fuel costs to As promised, the Board of buidgefhpprovedIn! August. for !
.. had presented the board witha around $950,000 per year. Trustees of the Bradford fiscal.7a-77.. ,
petition containing several Former councilman Marc County Hospital approved an7 :.<,The:.budget also' I included
hundred signatures protesting!' Jackson, speaking from the eight percent across-the-- ,, longevity-faiscs In addition to
vN the utilities hike. While audience following the board pay increase for: ',,the.:eight;: percent. across-tho
sympathetic, the council swearing-in of newly-elected employees? effective October, ,.r board:-ft .:'
repeatedly said that the Wilbur Waters as his p 0';:.-'The hospital on a sound
money had to come from replacement, also took Employees will receive .bdsi':;"< in; better financial
somewhere, and that this exception to ,the budget as their first checks containing, shape;than it has been in
method appeared to( be the the pay increase Oct 20. Mrs. 'iyears,**'"..Chairman Dodd .
most suitable. 'There are some things you Inez Green moved to give the, stated ." i j
"I know It hurts," haven't considered," he told promised eight percent salary rose This salary''increase comes I
Final In Warm commissioner Vernon Silcox the board, "You've got about increase; board member behind a two percent
Summer Area's Weather Clear Lakes
Cavorting told the audience ."1 have to $30,000 In increased utility Charney Williams gave the .jaise given in,, June, board I

none long, lazy days of summer seem to last longer in i its way here, are taking full advantage of the weather and the ,pay e've every got bill to have you do. But costs you haven't considered. second.Board members George 'desire members that this expressed raise be given the ''I
Florida than almost anywhere else. Ann Allen and Pam water at Klngsley Lake. ; money You're going to be pressured ,
qju, "t that we Shuford and OiUy Dampier. ,..now rather tha.n waiting until
.. ( >&'u, can dcpetU: for' raises bycitytrnptsyeesand : ? "
mindful that
Chapman autumn's first chill will find
eventually ) on. If we raise electric rates, if I know the commission, were not present. alter the ,thl't of ftie Jfcar\ too'
people get. around this by you'll give in to them whetheror Chairman Bill Dodd was bring nurses' salaries into line
turning things off and not not have the adamant that employees with other area hospitals.
consuming the electricity they That's another you $30,000-$40.000 money. understand the eight percent At the July 20 board meeting
SR-10O Site would have before, and we You haven't made any raise is for fiscal year Oct. 1, hospital employees presentedthe
Apartment don't get the revenue The allowances for repairs at the 1976 to Sept. 20, 1977 No more board with a list. of 20
money is available for future grievances, including ;u
only way to get revenue is power plant, which could run
raise rates from the bottom more than$100,000. You've got raises in the current fiscal protest of the low amount II">l
I (base rates.") all this not reflected in your year, Dodd said. the pay increases. board
Vote the The eieht percent increasewas members at that time
on adoption of the so-called balanced budget,
budget was 41. with and haven't made budgeted in the $1.7 promised more money when
you any
Now Official Part Of commissioner Joe Warren allowance for it. You're goingto hospital finances improved.
voting no. He immediately be raising electric rates Hospital costs were too greatto (
Jim give more money ut that
explained his vote by saying before theyear's out, I can tell
time. explained to the
that he'd voted that way you right now
In an anticlmiatic move presently under construction complex was going to be built complex site, and land because the council had not Silcox expressed complaining employees back
alter mare than u }l'ar's on SK-IOO by DS&N anyway, the city should retain clearing and excavating vet set a date to amend the disappointment, as he had last New Head in June. '
controversy Starke city Developers 1 Gainesville, has I the $700 building permit, as began the first of October. budget to include the added week, that the council hadn't The present starting!
commissioners Tuesday right been a fly in the eye to well as the tax revenue the Scheduled completion date for costs of fuel oil and natural trimmed more from the salary for a Hegistered Nurseis
lormally annexed an ll-acre residents of the area since apartments would bring in the apartments, slated to be gas to the city next year budget Of UC TeachersThe $3.85 an hour and the
apartment complex site at the July. 1975, when DS&N "moderate income housing" Though balanced and "We're outgunned. hospital is currently short
western city limits with no announced plans for the 40- Water and sewer lines have with rents starting at $125 a approved for the moment, the Warren told him. "There's coordinating council three UN's.: Dodd. felt tin-
protest t from anyone unit project already been extended to the month Is next spring budget continued to nothing in this budget we can the Union County Teacher's money would not answer all
Their often-furious cut we can't cut personneland Organization':! selected officers the flul'Stions. salary might. bo
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Apartments project objections have been aired there's just not enough Tuesday for the upcomingyear. part' of the for being
[ M.tltf short handed, but not I he
regularly at meetings, material in there to cut.
whole reason. The 8
but heard poiconlsalary
none were Tuesdayas

:$ff} Qfonm, &rirrSaturday ; Pierce City read Attorney the annexation George Mayor-Commissioner Joining the discussion Charles, Jim Selected Galloway by ,the chairman council was he olfset increase by the $8 is expected a'day room i to

ordinance Schaefer said that reports of Galloway is a social studies increase that brings the lost
:.; ,. ";j The vote was 4-1. with 1 ..ybwe the city being $247,000 in the teacher at Lake Butler Middle of a !>semi-private room Irom
$56( to $64 and
Commissioner !Marc Jackson rY." red were a "lie," that "you'renot School. Also selected were a private room
will from $60( to $)b8. The
1 ":::5'1r. voting no. in the red if you can come Marie Heltzel. secretary. go
l With the w'th' the ," new rates became elfeclive
( annexation, whichis up money Steve Lovelace, treasurer
: .-; effective immediately the "111 sit right here and tell Frances White 01.I) \ I
=w": In other business the board
I .. complex is entitled to police you that you are$247.01)0) in the representative to the school;
r : and lire protection, garbage red" Edwards shot backWhen and Joyce Norman, public met the with architecture a representativefrom
( firm orIoorl'
pickup and other city you're spending relations. Ralph Walker and
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services, and its residents will money you don't have, when Duane Heller were selected to : :May Harrington to \
,Oct 9 pay city and property taxes. you have to cash certificates be on the negotiation team. determine the feasibility of
Tuesday's vote for !elf> deposits to pay your bills, submitting plans for
Democrats annexation, together with the sir. you are most definitely in Union County was the first expansion of the emergencyroom
Young City Hall7pm. council's September 1 the red." county in the state to meet radiology. laboratory
Hampton decision to extern! utilitiesservice Warren Schaefer and their membership goal. A areas to include a blood bank
lo the complex, rww rstq Edwards; planned a meeting reception will be held October under a public work program.
completed governmental t. i h. for yesterday. October 6, to 12, 3:30: pm. in the Lake Plans for the project. were
Elks Bazaar preparations t for the + r z i 1 r { RrawQ' rt work up budget figures Butler Elementary School to first made in 1972 but money
I1 a.m. 5 p.m. aparatments. which are being o'Tf reflecting the increased cost single out the elementary has not been available for
Lodge Home built with a $914.0(10( Farmers of fuel oil and natural gas to school teachers for raising construction to begin in any
301 I North Home Administration loan. ___ __' A._... the city. Warren said he'd like their membership 100 percent year The application 1 lor a
u to see some figures showing over last year. New members grant under Public Law 94-J69 a
Turkey Shoot The council had been Three Starke girls escaped with minor Injuries when this car they were riding In ran off MMIM' what a rate structure change of the UCTb will also be will be determined .if it is
BradfordPackage reluctant to( furnish utilities to( Just east of Starke Friday to avoid a collision with a turning pickup truck they had !been and lower surcharge rate recognized signed into law by President '
Store the site, but changed its mind attempting to pus. Two, other accidents were, reported in the area last week, including! Bradford would do to consumers' Ford. Board members
Ida.m. when told by the County's third traffic fatailily of the year. electric bills. agreed to proceed with the
tl.IiashotProceeds Environmental Protection Official*, Public" application as soon as possible
For Agency last year that refusing In its other business, the in hopes of receiving part of
utilities would put a $2.5 1 Killed 6 Hurt In Accidents council: Invited To AlteiulPlanning the $2 billion available under
Sunday, Oct. 10 federal sewer system grant in finished one item of old the grant. The money will. be
jeopardy The city agreed, in business, annexation (see available for construction and
Elks Bazaar the planning grant, to provide Three traffic accidents were County Hospital for facial in. he had enough time to make related story and adjournedthe Meet renovation in areas that have .
lla.m. Sp.m. utilities to areas within 8,000 reported last week, including juries the turn. 1976 council. Clerk Merrill high rates of unemployment
Home feet of the city limits Bradford County's third auto Florida Highway Patrol of. Both cars the Chevrolet and Edwards swore in new All city and county officials, Any grant that is approvedmust
Lodge 301 North fatality of the year. ricer Don Roberts said Miss the 1966 Dodge driven by commissioner Wilbur Waters, as well as the general public, have construction under
With the utilities question Thomas Michael Patrick Morrison was attempting to Chesser were a total loss. and recently re-elected are invited to attend a public 90 days after approval of the
l settled, the council decided togo 21. of Law ley, was killed pass the pickup truck when it Clarence Williams of commissioners Charles meeting to be held Tuesday, application Construction and
Monday Oct. 11 ahead and annex the land, Saturday evening when his make a short left turn. The Starke, a passenger in the Schaefer and Harold Epps Oct. 12, at 7:30: p m in the renovation plans must meet
. . . apparently figuring that if the car went out of control on SK- driver of the truck Diana Guions' car, suffered a broken then gaveled in the 1977 County Commission room, the standards of the North -
221 just south of Hampton, hita Smith 16, was charged with leg and after treatment at the council. new courthouse. Florida Regional Health
BC School Board Gus Leak mailbox and flipped over improper lane change Orange Park Community The council re-elected Purpose of the meeting Is to Planning Council as well as
5:30p.m.Tuesday: Survey Schaefer as its chairman, and explain and discuss the
several times, landing on and Bad judgment in making a Hospital. was transferred to a state and federal
crushing Patrick, who, had left.hand turn before an oncoming Gainesville hospital. went on to consider the county's comprehensive plan specifications, said K.D.
Set ()('t. 11-22 been thrown from the car. The vehicle resulted in Chesser and Guions both budget. now being prepared by the Emdondson, hospital
,Oct. U accepted a $100 bid from North Florida
Highway Patrol estimated suffered abrasions and Regional administrator..
. . . Department The Starke will Natural be conducting Gas. Patrick was traveling at a Thursday three injured on SR-16.men U miles last bruises. the First Baptist Church for 18 Planning Council; also citizen "We are in a prime positionto
Hampton Council a leak survey October speed of 80 miles per hour. east of Starke. feet of adjoining property for participation in preparation of apply for and get these
8pm. Allen Chesser!' of Ekard Critical enlargement purposes. the plan. monies," he said.
11-22. according to superintendent Three teenage girls from Randy took under advisement a According to state law, all Bradford County has an
Bob Patterson. Camp Blandmg was charged
Starke suffered minor injuries from commissionerJoe Florida
request counties and
unemployment rate of 7,7
smell failure to yield the right
"If should a with
you Friday afternoon when the
car Warren that the
city municipalities!' are mandatedto
percent to the
strong odor of gas./:. please call they were riding in swerved to of way w hen he turned left into A Starke man is in critical investigate obtaining a better have a comprehensive plan national compared of
QUjr Qlflmmunity !K,4/; 5.161; or 9W 5027 between avoid a turning pickup truck the driveway of Stricklands condition in a Gainesville insurance plan for Its completed and average
accepted by The board
8:30: a.m. and :S I p.m., and slammed into Store in front of a 1973 Chevrolet percent. agreed
hank a utility hospital after a Friday, Oct 1, Warren said
Blatt the east driven by employees. a city July I, 1979. If they do not do unanimously to file their
city's traveling
Patterson requests pole just east of Starke on SK- shooting incident here. who
Guions of Starke. employee recently this on their own volition, the application as soon as It can
After 5 Theodore
Account Now Insured Up natural gas customers. 100.Kim James Ekard was found suffered a heart attack had state will take over and do the be completed with all the
To $ OOOO bY p.m. call (>4-3400. Morrison, Andrea Chesser told investigatingClay behind his house with a 12- been left with a $1,900 bill job for them, according to necessary forms contingenton
twine l DepoIllnlurlnel l Corp Each complaint will be Eaves and Addie Hammon, all County officers that he gauge shotgun wound around after his Insurance coveragehad L.M. Gaines, County Zoning President!' Ford signing
checked out. Patterson says. 1$, were treated at Bradford saw the oncoming car but felt 12:30: p.m. Friday been exhausted. Director and Planning.' AGent into- law.- .

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Youth Revival To Be Held At Church Of GodThe

Starke Church of God youth director of Gainesville.A Y/eMr/
will observe National Youth youth choir will be featured SPtde
Emphasis Friday to Sunday, and special singing each ffo:1f' PI
Oct. 8-10 with a youth revival service :
featuring youth on parade On Sunday morning there
will be a breakfast for the 964-7608 ...
nightly. .
The services wllbe\ youth at the Holiday Inn __ J ____ __ _____ ....... T _

y conducted N. St Clair at Street the church each at nightat 422 Sunday followed morning by special at services 10 am. Moose Lodge Vicky Jean Thompson and Otha Miller Susan Scoggins,

7:30: with guest speaker, and again at 7 p.m.
f1V Rev. Walter Long, district Crawford Youth Director extends a Joseph warm Holds Dedication Repeat Vows Sept. 24 At Holiness Church Harold Starling I

Mrs. Miller welcome to the youth to come October 1-3 Wed October 1
observe the church of
Miss Vicky Jean Thompson,
Shower Honoree tomorrow in action. daughter of Mr.and Mrs. K.E.
Susan Yvonne Scoggins and
The church holds youth The and and Otha D.
grand opening Thompson, ,
Harold Wayne Starling
September 24 services each Wednesdaynight dedication of the Loyal Orderof Miller\ son of Mrs. Doris were
at 7:30: with an open Moose, Starke Lodge No. Miller and the late Mr. Miller\ .c united In marriage on October
invitation for anyone to held and all\ of Starke in 1 In Gainesville.
r.Lisa 2035, was Oct. 1, 2 3 were united
Mrs Otha Miller, the worship with the group.Dr.W.K.Stone. on SR-100. marriage Sept. 24 at 8 p.m. in Following a wedding trip to
former Vicky Thompson, a South Florida the
recent bride, was honored at a the Pine Valley\ Congregational IiL'i residing at 2289 Sleepy Hollow
Holiness Church with
MillerCelebrates John Dunlea, past governorof
bridal shower Sept 16 givenby Drive, Starke.
Mrs. Billy Parrish and post 455, Jacksonville was a Rev. David Hodges The bride is a 1970 graduateof
Mrs. Ricky Thompson at the To Speak On presiding officer for the grand performing the nuptials. Bradford Union Vocational
the alter
opening. Also taking part Highlighting were
CongregationalHoliness Technical Center and
Pine Valley a 1976
First BirthdayLittle Church. were Ed Miller of post 2134, two pedestal baskets of pink of the
Estate PlanningDr. Jacksonville, North and daisies and gladioli and white graduate University of
The refreshment table was Florida. She Is employed at
Lisa Joanne Miller, covered with a pink cloth and Lamar Glisson, Florida State pompoms against a back Lawtey Elementary School as
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. PaulL. centered with a pink and white William K. Stone, of the Moose Assistant-Vice ground of branched a kindergarten teacher.
Miller celebrated her first floral arrangement. The cake University of Florida, President,as main speaker on candelabra with white, The groom is a 1972
birthday at a family party was decorated with white and Associate Director for Sunday.At burning tapers entwined with ,4 4 graduate of Bradford High
held at the home of Mrs. Doris red roses. planned giving, will\ speak to greenery School and is employed by
Miller,paternal grandmother, Games were played by the interested citizens on the the Special Enrollment, Mrs. Wayne Mobley, Doyle's Plastering Service in
of "Estate which is to the ladies pianist, presented a programof '
on Sunday Sept. 26. 25 guests and prizes were subject Planning"on open Gainesville.
awarded. Thursday, Oct 14. at 10am only twice a year ten new nuptial music. !
The hostesses presented the at the Methodist members were accepted. Stanley Miller attended his A'r Mrs
R.P. McLendon visited his Fellowship Hall brother as best man. Ushers
honoree with electric can
uncle and aunt. Dr. and Mrs. memento of the This is a community project During the social hour on were Kenny and Randy
ILL McLendon, Sr. in opener occasion.as. a sponsored by the retired Sunday refreshments were Thompson, brothers of the To Be Guest SpeakerAt
Marianna over the weekend. teachers of Bradford and served from a table covered bride.
J Union Counties, and the publicis with a white lace and cutwork Mrs. Stanley Miller\ sister Woman's ClubMrs.
invited to attend.DUPLICATE cloth centered by an in law of the groom, servedas
FLORENCE RAILSBACK arrangement of pink and matron of honor. She worea Rocena Santanginl will
white gladioli, roses and long pink gown with lace be speaker at the Woman's
INTERIORSIs BRIDGECLl'B pompoms. In front of the insets on the skirt, square Club of Starke luncheon-
RESULTSMr arrangement was a large neckline and long sleeves. She
meeting Wednesday, Oct. 13,
sheet cake iced in pink and wore a white lace picture hat ri.iS *
studio 01 design Jar ALL your needs. and at noon.
Mrs Charles
white with the letter and carried a nosegay pink The education will
Riddle were the winning daisies with satin
"Welcome To Our Grand burgundy
Formerly with May-Cohens In Jacksonville for fourteen years couple at Duplicate Bridge Opening." streamers. be presented by Mrs. Lucile .:
she cordially Invites you to telephone her studio in Jacksonville Tuesday night Mrs. S.W. Karen the Payne, chairman.
Approximately 200 Hodges, groom'sniece
Hostesses will be Mrs. O L.
at 904-389-3980. Hamilton and Mrs F.J. Shaw
members friends and guests served as flower girl ? sn
l908MornlngsldeStJacksonville / Beasley, Mrs. Paul Bridges,
were second and Mrs. R.A attended from Starke, end wore a long pink gown
Fla. 32205 Mrs. L.A. Canova, Mrs.
Green and Mrs C.B. .I
Gainesville Jacksonville with cap sleeves and carried a
Robert L. Brown, Mrs.
22 years of experience Terwillegar were third. Ocala Tallahassee. white lace basket of petals
Barbara Breazeale, Mrs.
1 tchg 10/7 t 6'V
Melbourne and St. Augustine. with burgundy ribbon.
Charles Dinkins, Mrs. Willie t
The in
bride given -
Mae Denton, Mrs. L.H. '
her father,
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marriage by Gibson, Mrs J.W. Kincaid
long gown of white satapeau
and Miss Della Rosenberg.
featuring a round necklineand
waist trimmed in
empire I
,;".. < <:.. .:.. .,.....,..:."' :."".:. '.' ;," Venise lace appliques and
l"_ : studded with seed pearls. .- Junior Club To
T' 'T :Tt : ; ; ff'\ ".: The long full\ skirt and

C l: with chapel Venise train were appliques accented and Mr. and Mrs. Otha Miller Meet Monday NightNew

bordered in Vemse lace at the The bride's table was circled with greenery and members will\ be voted
hemline. Full handkerchiefcuffs covered with a white linen presided over by Mrs. Ricky into the club at the Junior
Feel alive accented the long fitted cloth and centered with a four Thompson and !Mrs Billy Woman's Club meeting
again. sleeves of satapeau trimmedin tiered pillared cake topped Parrish. Monday. Oct 11, at 7:30: pm
Venise lace and appliques. with a bride and groom. In between !Miss Diana Johnson kept at the club house.
I A three tier elbow length the first and second the bride's book.Following Mrs. Paula Register will\ be
.' veil of bridal illusion, edged in layers was a miniature a wedding trip to hostess.
Venise lace and attached to a fountain. The cake was encircled Six Flags Over Georgia, the
matching Juliet headpiece, with a garland of couple is residing at Rt. 2, Box Little Women
completed the bride's attire. daisies and greenery and 19. Starke.
She carried a cascade of pink flanked by arrangements of The bride and groom are Welcome 11
f -1& daisies and burgundy roses pink daisies and gladioli. Mrs. both graduates of Bradford
with burgundy satin Homer Padgett and Miss High School. She graduated in
.......; .,;.. streamers Diana Johnson cut the cake. 1976 and is employed at T.G. & New MembersTh
I A reception was held in the The punch bowl, at one end Y in Macclenny.

.. : o/r.. .:'.-. z.-Jt..... I I, church Fellowship Ha.ll.. of the bride's table was en- Mr. Miller graduated in 1975 Little Women' dub /
and is employed by the discussed plans for aear
"i Department of Transportationat wash the Christmas paradeand
Doctor's Inlet. Christmas formal at the
1 1Jl
DRAPES meeting Monday night.
Miss Ann Allen president
Jl Mr. and Mrs George W. presided over the meeting
WALL PAPER Brown were weekend guestsof where 11 new members were
Mr and !Mrs LM: Stoner in welcomed into the club.
Ocala Pam Tucker and Cindy
Your spirits soar. You feel tj DECORATIVE ACCESSORIES Canova served refreshments
during the social hour.
relaxed. Alert. Alive. Well-rested. BETTY'SBEAUTY

You've had a sound night's sleep. 4 & SALON Alvarez Reunion

And you feel good. You've slept on :, Special '20" Set ForOct.lO

a Beautyrest. You've slept in firm, INTERIOR DESIGN Perms For '14"
/ \ The Alvarez family reunion
deep, comfort. You.! woke up readyto 2 Weeks Only will be Sunday, Oct. 10 at the

conquer the world. You now know Tues Thru Sat. Lake Butler CommunityCenter.

there is no more comfortable ; North On 301 All descendants of Owen

in the world. You also know Call SS4-f844 For Appointment and Canddcy Alvarez are
,. ",,", "j Q645336 invited to attend and are
why. It's because of the unique t T'Pd 107.10.14 asked to bring a basket lunch
and a jug of tea. Ice, plates
Beautyrest individually pocketed cups, flatware, napkins !and '

coils that give firm, individualized 4: 60 Years Of Service To Bradford Union Clay Residents coffee will be furnishedHomemakers

support to every part of your body. I Club

Tell friends. So they can feel alive
your '
DeWitt C.JonesFuneral To Meet Oct. 14
again too. ro ,
Dr. William Lennon,
Home director of Bradford-Union
i Guidance Center will speak on
mental health at the Bradford
County llomemaker's Club
.withanew meeting Thursday, October
VO % 14, at 10 a.m. at the
( '
Of The
; \I People Agriculture; Building;
BeautyrestBack I4 All homemakers are invitedto
Surveyed In A Poll By The attend
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Assoc. of Funeral Directors Elks Bazaar This

::1044 Saturday And SundayA

Care I Preferred A Service By An pre-holiday bazaar will be
held this Saturday and
Sunday, Oct 9 10,at the Elks ,
Twin Size $11995 Per Piece Older Established Lodge on North 301 Sale |
hours on both days will be
from 11 a m. to 3 p m
Full Size M4995 Per Piece. Funeral Home. .
Sponsored by the Elkettes.

Queen Size $3599S Per Set Have a good day the made bazaar items will, Christmas feature hand-gifts,

Indicated The Cost For The Service jewelry, baked goods, and a
Kings $4999S Per set .a Beautyrest day They white elephant sale. The
public is cordially invited.

Would Be Less In An Older home. .
Proceeds will go for supportof

This Has Proven To Be True In The Case Of Children's the Florida Home,according Crippled to

It's A Fact You Can Do Better At r6NM11AK Mrs. George Dominianni,
Bradford County At chairman.

A DeWitt C.JonesFuneral TilE BRADFORD

HomeStarke Published every Thursday
at 138 W.Call Street
Starke,Florida 32091

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Second Class postage paid

Phone For Appointment Or Drop By Our Office atSlarke. FloridaSubscription

RENTAL In trade area: 16.oo per
year; 13.50 fix month
434 W Call St. Phone 96".5827 Starke Florida Hospital Beds Walkers Wheel Chairs & Crutches
Outside trade area: 17.00
, per year: 14.00 six months
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'': r ;Dul LJou.Knout PERSONALS

Mr. and Mrs. Robert ;,1 1 1Terry

w Barksdale of Humboldt, Tenn. ,
r are spending Tuesday to
Thursday here. Walters of Gaines- Local admittances to Brad- '
f. it *S"r h ville was named first award ford County Hospital this
( Mrs Edward Burns of winner in the category of week include: Joe Sweat
Jacksonville was guest of Photograph Taken Prior to Lewis VanSyckel. Alfred 1 1Clsson I
t ;! -r Mrs.T.T. Long and Mrs. W.F. Ceremony in the second Mrs. Irene Mitchell,
Oster from Saturday to y quarter competition of the Mrs. Lucia Thomas Mrs. "
Wednesday. 1976 International Wedding Doris ''Adams Mrs. Jessie PI
Photography Awards pro. Fowler, Mrs. Zella !Rouse
.a .a Mr. and Mrs. R.R. Chism gram, sponsored by the Mrs. Lois Thigpen and Mrs. I
and son, Robin, were in Wedding Photographers of Brenda Sweat of Starke; I
Tallahassee Sunday visiting I America. Walters will William Browning and Mrs. I
their son-in-law and daughter, compete with other quarterly Geraldine Cauley of Kaiford,
w Mr. and Mrs. Herb Johnson + winners for 1976 annual Wiley Williamson of
... and son. ,7 honors including cash awards Hampton; Mrs. Ada Howell of
\ and the title of 1976 Inter. Lake Buller; Mrs Corinc
Dr. and Mrs. R.E. Dopsonand national Wedding Photo- Roberts and Owen Anders, Si'
son, Christopher, were in grapher.of.the-Year. of Lawtey.
... .. .:.fCc -t Palm Beach over the weekend
'- to. attend an educational Mr. and Mrs. Ogden Batesof Mrs. II.L. Tolbert of Lake i,.,
Mrs. Blossom Green Honored On 83rd Birthday seminar at the Ocean Trail / { Jacksonville were Sunday City spent Friday and Saturday -
Inn in Jupiter.The highlight of visitors of Mrs Nancy Gunter with her son-In-law and ,,
the trip was when Mrs. and Mr. and Mrs. Robbie daughter Mr and Mrs. I David
Mrs. Blossom honored Oct. I, on her 83rd birthday
seated the Friday.
Green center was guest
Dopson was invited to the BurtReynolds' Mr. and Mrs W.A. Browning On His 86th Birthday Shaller. Montgomery.
at a party in the Starke Nursing Home.
suite of the hotel
All 49 residents attended along with Mrs. Green's four daughters and a granddaughter.) Mrs. Elsie Ormond
and received an autographed William A. Browning Celebrates86th Mrs. Winnie Woods and is in
left: the daughters are Edgyle Criffis. Starke; Beulah Thornton, llellbronn. Tressle McCllster.Kaiford picture and was Invited to the Mrs. Annie Connors of Jacksonville Alachua General Hospital
; Addle !Khoden. Raiford and granddaughter Shirley Drawdy. Mrs. Green was born in Burt Reynolds' Ranch. were last Thursday with a broken foot.
Anniversarv At RaifordWilliam dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.
11183.There home for each of the 49 residents. Mr. and Mrs. lljrlou
will henceforth be birthday parties at the nursing J.M. Allen is a medical LA Crosby.
Other activities for the residents Beverly McGee. the home's newly Trescoll t of Macon were
are being planned<< by
patient in Lake City VA Arthur Browning Chandler Jr., Harold Betty.
Sunday visitors of Mr und
employed director of activities. Ron Thomas of
Hospital.Mr. affectionately known as and Bonnie Browning .
Penny .
Mrs V J,
)Flowers for the parties are being donated< and Mrs. P.D. Loudon Raiford's oldest citizens Mr. and Mrs. Alton Browning grandparents Mr. and Mrs. A. Payne celebrated his
Foil Festival Of Fellowship of Tampa were weekend celebrated his With birthdayon and daughter, Suzanne W.L. Thomas. KJrd hirlhI.l'u"lIda.. >
;bJ1o..1< ", visitors of Mr. and Mrs. W.T. Sunday, Sept. 26, when he Melody and Herman Thomas Mr. and Mrs. Drew Reddish Oclllh'rI'h, a lannly. party
Jackson Sr. was honored by his church and baby Dale all from I
Begins Sunday At Pine Level community, relatives and Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. will return Tuesday after six
Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Green Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh friends.A David Browning of Palatka months in Australia. It is never a bad day that
Pine Level Baptist Churchof of Panama City. and family of Tallahassee Brannen attended a family few members of the and daughter, Becky Mr. and Mrs. R.A. Green that hath a good night.
Starke will hold its annual The public is invited to spent the weekend with his birthday dinner in Alachua immediate family and his Browning Altman of had as Sunday dinner guestsat -John R.tv.11hcn .
Fall Festival Fellowship attend all services. mother, Mrs. Lex Green and Saturday for B.W. Cato, who pastor had dinner with Mr. Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. their Kingsley Lake home.
Ix'ginning Sunday October 10. family. was 97 years old. and Mrs. Browning at their James Tarrant of Lawtey, Mrs. Lex Green, Mr. and Mrs. -- -
The Sunday School hour will home on Central Avenue in Mrs Ola Bryand, \Mr. and WII Green and family ot one has much to put
beginatlOam. with all adults Mrs. Godfrey Hayes of Bill Godwin and Ms. Bess Raiford. Mrs. Louie Roberts all of Tallahassee and Mr and into !thorn a day has, a
meeting in the main audi- pfd 1J..Jw Gainesville was a Sunday Hackney of Chattanooga This was followed by an Sanderson and Marion W. Mrs. Curtis Sanders and son hundred pockets
torium. Rev \Marty Starling guest of Mrs. E.W. Hayes.Mr. Tenn. were recent guests of "open house" from 3 to 6 p.m. Mann, Jr. of Ocala. celebrating Mrs. Lex Green's -'.\\. Niet/sthe.
former Bradford County all- Mr. and Mrs. John A. and Mrs. Curtis Mrs. Eve Godwin. when birthday cake and punch Mr. Browning was born birthday which falls on
star halfback and now a Torode Mr. and Mrs. SG. Edwards attended the Florida were served to the many Sept. 29, 1890 in a wood frame October 14. -
missionary in Peru will Denmark, and Eugene L. Hotel and Motel Convention at Leon Conner was admitted visitors who called to house in Bradford Countynow
speak Matthews attended the annual\: Tarpon on Wednesdayto to North Florida Regional congratulate Mr. Browning on ( Union), son of Mr and
The morning message, en- convention of the Florida Saturday.Springs Hospital on Monday for this happy event. A beautiful Mrs Arthur Wright ATTENTION LADIES
titled "What Meaneth These Savings & Loan League at The observation and treatment. three tiered cake was Browning grandson of one of
Stones," will be presented by Breakers in Palm Beach last Mrs. E.C. Dukes has been furnished by Mr. and Mrs. the area's earliest settlers, Puff
pastor Roman Alvarez. week. While there, they and visiting Mr. and Mrs. Hoyt Capt. and Mrs. J.B. Godwin David Browning, a son. David David Browning His A Powder
Following the morning worship other directors of Guaranty Dukes in Boston and daughter of Fort Benning also gave invocation and Rev. maternal grandfather was
\er>one is invited to Federal Savings & Loan were Massachusetts for a week. spent the weekend with his Hugh Walters pastor gave John Nichols, also a pioneer.Mr. Auto Mechanic
loin| in in old time "dinner" entertained by Mr. and Mrs. parents Mr. and Mrs benediction. Browning was able to
on I he grounds, Arch Thomas Jr., of Fort Mrs. J.H. Fields spent last Godwin, Sr., in Lake Butler Hostesses for the afternoon eat with his family, talk to
The evening servicet ill Lauderdale, with a dinner week with Mr. and Mrs. and relatives in Starke. assisting Mrs. Bessie them, and to have pictures CourseIs
I egm! at <1:11I;:: p m wilh special! truiseon the "JungleQueen." Charles Fields in Jacksonville Browning "Pop's wife," were taken, also to greet friends.
.' music from! Don and! MrcndaILillgrrn. Mr. and Mrs. R.W. Underill Mrs. Elizabeth Richard, However he has to spend mostof Being Offered On Monday &
1 the ilmrih's new of Indiallantlc, Debbie daughter; Mrs.lton his time in bed due to his
slalf r members' I rom "'I. Mr. and :Mrs Lee Sparks Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Reynolds of Melbourne Underill Browning and Mrs David failing health. Mr. Browning Wednesday Nights From 7:00: To ,
and David
and Mr. and Mrs. James Robbie daughters-in-law Ann
\\"I'lh. Texas 'Ihiecnmg Brannen visited Mr. and Mrs. Browning married Lydia
am+sage will In1 ptescnted !hy C O'Brien spent last Tuesday to Ardel Brannen and and Wil. Mendetta of Gaines- Mrs. Bill Hunnicutt, and Mrs. Mann, who died in 1955 and is 10OOP.M.
baby son
i HF.lIk; I Starling I pastor of Thursday visiting relatives in ville were weekend guests of Ome Tarrant nieces. now married to the former
the Fellowship It.iplisl 'lunch( St George, S,C. in Jacksonville last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Moncrief at Among those from out of Mrs Bessie Lee Perry The Course Is Aimed At Emergency SituationsIf
Kmesley: Lake.Lingerie ,town who called during the Among those present was
Interested Call To Vo-
afternoon were Eddy, one double nephew a double
Darlene and Alan Browning, first cousin to Mr. Browning's
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f t_ r r : No Word Here Yet On Swine Flu Bradford And Union To BenefitShots

1: 1 1 r ,r For Bradford Residents From $200,000 Health Grant I

Although swine flu After this group all others Health officials say the Bradford and Union These and services outpatient Include care,
/ vaccinations have begun in over the age of 18 may receivethe chance of a swine flu outbreak counties are two of ten inpatient hospitalization,
I several slates, the Bradford vaccine. At this time, during this winter's flu season counties to benefit from a partial services ,
I County Health September through March mental health grant emergency
Department children are being advised not $200,000 and education,
says it hasn't received any to receive Immunization, is a "distinct possibility," and from the Department of consultation for children, after
> word yet on when the vaccine because they don't respond to that its toll would be as greator Health, Education and services information and referral
j will be administered. here .. the vaccine as well and need greater than the 1968 69 Welfare. care, gerontology,
f4 "We don't know anything higher doses, which produce outbreak of Hong Kong flu, William McClure, DistrictIII service, and drug abuse
yet," said Mrs Billie Cannonof unacceptably high fevers A which they say caused 33,000 Health and Rehabilitative alcoholism North Central Florida
i the health department dosage for children is being deaths in this country. Services ( MRS ) The the counties of
"we're waiting on the vaccine waited on,however,and one is The danger of swine flu is Administrator, announced Center serves Suwannee Levy,
I to it's not of the common has been Alachua,
come from Jacksonville. As expected to be developedsoon. that one that the grant
'; tt P4t yet we don't know where the strains of flu that make the awarded to the North Central Gllchrlst, Lafayette,
shots will be given or who will The vaccine has been testedon rounds every winter, one Florida Community Mental Hamilton, Columbia, Union,
[ give them or anything. We 6,000 persons and the which most people have a Health Center. Bradford and Dixie.
| just don't know anything yet" severest reaction sufferedwas level of immunity to through The stimulus for the grant ------------
a sore arm from the infection and exposure. Swineflu was Public Law 94-63 which FOR SALE Tepee, 3M,
M l The vaccine is being distributed injection. There is no is a variant strain, one not increased the number of double Mick, 1/2 Inch and
to the states by the possibility of getting the flu seen since 1918, and only the different services required of 3/4 Inch wide mule Up*.
federal government which from the vaccination, as is very oldest of this country's any comprehensive AIM Masking Tape,3/4 Inch
then distributes it according commonly believed since the population could possibly community mental health 1 Inch, l 1/2 Inch sad 2 loch
to a plan that the government vaccine contains a dead virus. have any immunity to It. center from five to twelve. top. All .t Th Office Shop.
has approved Some states are Swine flu is called that
k doing it a county at a time, because for many years, it
others certain days for certain was harbored In hogs and
Setting up the big/ top Is hard work especially for a girl past 45, but Maude one of the big groups etc.health pigs, but has now changed its Starke Fair Grounds
Ht'phanu ss ith the !Sells& Gray Circus has been doing It ever since she joined years ago. officials are recommending characteristics and jumped
The cirrus will be In Ma ike Wednesday. October 20. with shows at 4:30: and 8 p.m. Advance that everyone be back to humans A Aft. & Nite
UckrM are 1-50: for adults! and II 1.50 for students through high school. It's sponsored by the vaccinated, but especially WEDa
Bradford ('iinntt Rand Boosters and 50 percent of advance sales Hill go to help support band "high risk" persons-the ji W Opens 3:30: 7 P.M.
acti\iti. rickets areatnilablp at the SUrke-Bradford Chamber of Commerce, on the corner of chronically ill, the elderly, MOST KIDS WEAR 2
U dint! ,, and M.iclKoii !Streets phone 9645278. and the immobile. These OCT. W Shows 4:30: 8 P.M.
persons would be the most MASKS FOR FUN.
likely to die from influenza SPONSORED BY BRADFORD BAND BOOSTERS
Soils And Circus Performance
Gray infection of the lungs, and will RODNEYWEARS HIS
I have first priority for the

Set Here Oct. 20By Bund Boosters vaccine TO LIVE. .

The circus travels in a # -. Rodney has Cystic Fibrosis,
It" ,Hue. \lill i it',111 firms. for one day only Wednesday, inherited incurable disease
October at the Bradford convoy of giant trucks and an
with big top' flying 20.
'alp.t. The
hdnn.n- sawdust! and pink Counl>' (Fairgrounds on US>.301 trailers and carries an administrative Woman to clerk at greet. that medicated destroys lungs.which he

,111'1"'" i ,'11"uh I is promised lust north of Starke and working ing-card counter: "Do you breathes through vapors his face
\\h 'i 'In. soils. and Gray Shows will be at 4:30: and 8 crew of over one hundred have a get-well card that him alive.
,, >. persons, in addition to scoresof makes it clear that I had it mask help keep
1'1"1-'i 111'1 s its t I ii.iH .ir.mceOfficial p m You can help too. Volunteerfor
performers. too, only worse9"Bernhardt a
The big circus has been In The Wall your local Cystic Fibrosis M
s. completely rebuilt and Street Journal Chapter.
modernized to make possiblethe OLUNTEER TO HELP. I
handling of the huge
project which exhibits seven Cystic Fibrosis Foundation
days a week, in seven different GET PROFESSIONAL Fighting Children's Lung
each week,
towns Diseases. B? !!T
during the entire forty-week carpet cleaning .results! L i
circus season.
This year's circus is being (At do ityoursslfpricas; )
sponsored by the Bradford
County Band Boosters and
half the proceeds from RENT OUR RINSENVAC-the new

advance sale tickets will be .ponbl....ot.on. ,easy-tD'UM carpet cloning hot water machine.
retained locally to support the that".qd.. r
j jCia activities of the high school limn ccpt"..... with hot
band. w..*. and cleaning solution w
The show will consist of 19 loawni ind lift*dm
events, including high wire, grime. and ...Idu..to the r :
clown, equestrian canine, calJMt surface. wh.r \. ')rJ .4- f
; Sworn In juggling, acrobatic and thy*.r* in>up m4iatolyVKuiinwd l--'""
acts There will aso be ,
('itInk Merrill Kdw.irds (back to cameral) prepares to trapeze ,loaves your carpets Jr'.
sideshow attractions and food 101.
swear In Commissioners Harold Epps Wilbur \\aters and
('harb.. hiirfer, to bruin( the SUrke City Commission's 1977 and beverage stands. :

term. $2.50 Advance for adults sale and tickets$1.50 are for lUL l A/ I
Raters. who defeated. Seeber! Goodman in last month's city f-::::
students through high school
Heillons. icpl.ucs: retiring ('ommls..lonerIarc: Jackson.Vluefrr. 1 i i
the-door $3 and
sifter a Uilory over Gerald Brown last month and prices are CtWORLD
I 1':1'1':|> who inn without opposition. return for another two year $2 .11 .- J.t

term on the council. HELP WANTED full and 7" I IIIISIf d

Arlo utlll'itTu Perform Friday time /1(4( Houl1l)9) ,
part counter waitresses. ; .
.- u Apply, .. .person ..._...;:... v t... Rut fer oAty 'Bradford*, Fund Drive County t

Night,: At Stephen. Foster recent in photograph only witha urn: :m.aua.a.om 11200 Ida, October 9-24:

s.ime name in 19.Tht'admission\ ; JACKSON !Mrs. Richard Welly FAMOUS WILD ANIMALS AERIALISTS ACRES OF
.\tI.. 'iintlii; if s open nr Dairy Queen Local Chairmanl'honeWM6771
for the 8pm. ARENIC STARS
r nt IL. sii-plH Faster
show. will be $4 for adults and -
1401 N.
1"1\1"nt .it t \\lntf! Springs Temple or
Friday nik>lil 1. ("It lober 1">. will ihildien 964 6078 961.81)50Bradford(): SAVE ADVANCE TICKETS AT REDUCED PRICES TICKETS ON SALE NOW SAVE *
U- the <>'M.ipp| <' mrrtlt'r; of thel1atllll"ll
|\ klll1lolk artist m111'liung County
I I I. I iii I \ / l'17'i! ';. according Clearance Sale Cystic Fibrosis Reserved Seats 50 Extra 10 r 10 .MSPINTRIM
'In M I II"'.nl'. iluectoi of the
IM 1 11t1l muni arty! it'nil' 'r i on theviuu
'!''.' Ilivir t E HEADQUARTERS '
'I lln. '"i\n' old diilhi; son) Country Hub B.
nt Hi- Lute. \\diiillinc. ; ,..... has ?
In'nn'' sni')>inK snue childhood
nil: l'i.line nathonally Main Sl
laniniiuhen he composed !Butler. Fla

and. rl'cordl'.1lIt'r's RICE
Kfsi.nit.-int.: \ Then\ later Starts Oct 8-9 JUNIOR THR A
sLiircd in the movie of the Il'

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\t aleS A'O Now / VALUE
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:: ; /? iS Mens -Ladies, BoysMen's $ 95
; gEPga r 40A GE s 'nude, frosted light bulbs. Great for
...?S' .'' 60A around the house use. Comes in the
:i- t; 30 % OFFMen's :t 100A popular sizes 40. 60. & 100 watts

I Dr. ( ; > 1ni rid I Featuring ,
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; Men's

To ,V (hlrrssHn \ PrewashedJEANS t.

I D.J Lee 2. :M'lMKIM A7''$' 89 $ 29
>. DJ Lee
lW!'> IIICIi Short Sleeve 10.99 4 PL 12 "I' 580
Lee Wrangler Here's the VALUE VALUE
Dr Stephen Paul Gland Long Sleeve WESTERN SHIRTS ST203 amazing new ,
1788 \\\IIOIIt.J.I (,
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well know Jacksonville Now lawn care 1211'.IIllsl.ltl.OCI'RULEr )

pediall'll'lalalso \ITactive WESTERN SHIRTS / Reg Reg. Sale .. t machine, that Assembles' without screw. '>' bolts I 12' POWERLOCK Rule The PL12.
in relitjmus affairs since $1/1 % i toms and edges Sturdy Can btf assembled )0' the I hat easy 10 read numerals 'VMylar
ot !speak here Fndjv. Oct 8. at Reg, Gets. 'it alt 18
the monthly dinner meeting of
the Slarki- branch of the (Full *14-22 $ & Boys $498
Gospel Businessmen s AY'O'VAC e snap: .
Fellow ship International
The dinner will begin at 6 10 =5: SI 89 $ 99
at the "
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All Tack In Store Y2 Pf'lCeWith 2 /9 6.29
US ::1111)' l North 'ilemple / w.. VALUEKlltlil
Avenue) Or Gyland will
speak at 8 p.nt Tickets maybe l= I% ,\ v ) U :,\.t.H| l'lll1\(. MIE.XRS:

l purchased at the :MorningSun LEE \-If! Ciuaranteed for 10 I" Well constructed and
Health (Fold Store on .NI\ years! nl/atif/ proof, tough for eKceptional,
BOYS & MEN'S leal Pe, I
North Temple AvenueIn $ 0 0 ;i cuts rig eat .
p- Seals and
5 u ,
Keystone Heights. tickets OVERALLSSALE + 389 o spa s Ilmol True blade with
J Temper value
may be purchased b.v phoning J
r ii 684 an"ln'1' 3 01 use A35
473 27U2 -li3.2616
Ir 1 dyland a practicing / Price lea
pediatrician in Jacksonville a DRTHO 844. DRTHDll'IIlITn.RIE
turned to religion after feelinghis ss 1'011l'\1: \ -DRTHO
home life and famly were \\ :-,

disintegrating his wife Rose, Dr received Gylandand the TABLE Al! VetSupplies SEE SU\1S Great sportsmanflashi buy the SJ.19 Lawn $ 99

Baptism of the Holy Spirit 'SURdes Bovg -'_ ._, got with" 1495VALUE

March 18. 1972, when DavidDtiplescis Values 1.E L two heavy duly lUll/ r1. HIVM loon I L\ttN: (JOOU
was! in Jacksonville batteries Greatoutdoortman .. .
To *25 den\ I 0' the ."-- -, New" ready to use Formula
anti their new life began Up O used by turf
The <;>lands now attend the 1/ soff 0 or :: formulation just, add J experts. Builds, green
\ drops to tooln
charismatic St Peter'sEpisc.gnd S.22.FS.U \use lor household and water i,n 501.pots healthy turf. 40 Lb.:
: Church They have
six children: ill of whom have
All Sales Final Price

Cherry a Weldon .
street Phone: 9fl4 e07fl S. R. 121 4903921r.

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SR-225 Garbage Site Under Investigation By CountyThe ATTENTION ADULTS I I'I I,

Bradford County The action came amid will have to make the garbage must be Isolated money you want to put into sites at Lawtey and near the
Commission decided at Its reports of drainage problems arrangements with the State from and not allowed to the site," Bender said. Keystone airport of SR-100 Register For : '
October meeting Monday to at the already-purchased 40- Armory Board owner of the contaminate the groundwater Asked by commissioner has been told by the t'
check Into using land located acre tract near Lincoln City land being considered for a system. The best way to do George Roberts how the Department of
off SR-225 near the Bradford- also intended for use as a secondary site, and the this Is keep the garbage above county would know if it was Environmental Regulationthat Daytime Sewing
Clay county line for a second central dumping site. DuPont Corporation, which the groundwater level, contaminating the water the sites were unsuitableand I "i
central garbage compacting Commissioners said leases It, before any firm generally ten feet or so from Bender said the usualprocedure to come up with sites :
site. they plans can be made.But after a the surface. Only alternative is to install wells fulfilling state environmental
look at the site Monday, the Is to treat the water as it near the compacting site and regulations. The entire Vo-Tech Center i,
board seemed unanimously comes from the site, which is continously monitor its water. $200,000 project Is expected to "
UC Finances enthusiastic about the idea. much more expensive."It The county, presently be complete by the first of the I 10/7 10/14 2 T/CHQ.
Earlier Joseph Bender of all depends on how much dumping garbage at landfill year.
the Department of
Environmental Regulation .-. -. .
had told the commission that
Hurting Board the water table at the Lincoln ". 473-5775
City site was now only about ... :,
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three feet below the surface
and would have to be lower 4. wi 1AY COSH'NKOSETRAILER j
Learns Monday than that before the threat of N A c
water contamination would be ...
tV eliminated. Bender was told )
Union County completed a questionnaire forthe that drainage work will be NEXT I
Commissioners learned at the DOT administration.Dick done in the area to correct the DOOR
close of a lengthy five hour Pernini, chairman of problem.
session they did not have the Union County Licensing Bender, who accompaniedthe r ,
enough to current board in its inspection of
money pay Board, asked that some
bills and meet budget provisions be made for ngt., the Camp Blanding land under
requisitions.Clerk complying' with the laws fof'::consideration said It seemed!.
Robert Driggers obtaining a building permit or acceptable to him. G ,
sprung the news at 3:45: after asking for inspection of that If arrangement can be I I .M;
the board completed all the building. He indicated 90 made the site would not be
to the public, but wouldbe
business listed on the agenda.The open
percent of the people in the used as a central
clerk's office at the 111ft 1
present is unsure of how much county comply with the law compacting site for burial of ......,...."" .' a.
but it not fair for the ij
was hauled from other -
they will need to cover the others not to comply. garbage around the .. .:.... :: ,.Ij....... .., ; ;: djYt
bills and around $34,000 for dumps county. ._ ,...... ....,... .

budget The county requisitions.did not collect as Clyde member Pernini be of asked reinstated the license that board as C.L.a Two have Brooker of been these and Lawtey.completed dumping Still,sites at to ...-,',,..-..... ::..-.W'-....'._:."...,;:.'.'.:.'.."'..;:-.-cr.......,:.;-...'_'....._..:.......'.-_-. ". .............

much the past as year was to anticipated tide them over for because no one else had come be finished are sites in the .:,;1/:.:......::.::....-......-. _aliP-.: .. &.__,_-
until appropriations begin to forward to sit on the board. Hampton Keystone and -:: --=-
The board is also seeking a
Bayless Highway areas.
come in for the current fiscal
citizen to sit on the board to
Earlier, Bender and the
year Driggers that said.started Oct. 1, asked replace to Garnet be relieved.Dukes who plans commission for had monitoring gone over 2 Used Homes. At Great Savings & Low Low Monthly Payments Ask John About Them
The board was cautioned by
Hal Y. Maines, county The board made plans to environmental impact of the
attorney, about deficit attend the three day garbage sites, especially on
spending. The county conference of the County the area's water. Still A Lot Of Good Buys On Our
borrowed $75,000 last year Commissioners of Florida to What all the rules and
that has'not been paid off in be held Oct. 21, 22, 23 in regulations boil down to,
Beach. Bender told the board is that
full.A recommendation by Daytona 1976 Close Out
Driggers to close out the

Union Authority County and Development consolidate ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION .

$70,000 in that fund with the
Board of Union County Offers Refuse ContainersFor
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High junior varsity head
football Coach Reddy Cox said aw M

following last week's 20-4)( ) win A sr
over the BHS squad on the I- '
Neil Crawford
Tornadoes home field last r by

Thursday night. : yss
'I. The loss was the first
setback of the current season O'Brien and Julian
held Tommy
for the Tornado JV team and Bradford Bassmasters
placed second.
1 their September tournamenton
levels up their season recordat Julian and
the St. Johns River,
1-1. Gainesville victory was would also like to
1.N 1.. Tommy. I
the third for the current Saturday, September 25. W.T. and
qJo At 7 a.m., 23 Bassmasters congratulate
IWL 1 campaign.Ram Victor roared off to their favorite Tommy, sure is good to see
quarterback fishing holes. The locks at these fellows in the spot-light.
Jones hit split end Ken
Whitehead for the first Rodman Dam opened at 8 I asked W.T.Tommy what and he
o'clock, so some tournament thought gave
Gainesville score.The passing
the edge in this
had hour to
participants an
play which put the Rams out
fish the St. Johns River before tournament.
m front 7.0 following the extra
had to fish hard,
heading for Rodman Pool. "Well, we
point boot by Ronnie "
with some luck, but
Leonard Noegel and I fished along
Strickland,was anticipated by -r
W.T. said the biggest factor
the Tornado JV defensive until 8:30: a.m. in the river,
then decided to head for was his Georgia Depth-
secondary prior to the game,
These are the member of the 1971 Bradford High girl's cross country team, which won the St. according to Cox. JV rwintag back Dwayae Cummings finds little running room Rodman. Fishing was slow all Finder. in there fellows
Joseph's Academy national, meet In St.Augustine weekend.Tram members are front row Coach Cox and his assistant against a stubborn Gainesville High JV defense. day, we talked to several Just hang Just reserve
and might
from left: Elisr Johns. L>An Pierce Ruth Hazen. Linda Richardson, Cindy Griffith and :Merrl Coach Mike Hartley had The Tornado JV squad was drives during the gaem. other fishermen, but no one you a place in the next
Ormsbre, Second row: Coach :Melba Howard Nancy :\Ic. eal. Virginia' Crawford Francis worked with the Tornadoes nearly spared the shut out, The BItS mentor said the had any good news.and Gene yourself Bassmaster Classic.
Coltrane. Robin Schwrda. Laura Chase and Nancy HUdreth. Team members not pictured are stressing pass defense during when defensive back Henry defensive front line played a Elton Several Striped Bass were
Sellers had unusual experi
Nancy Pane and Chert Starling.Bradford practice sessions prior to the Pete snared a Jones pass with good game and signled out ence. Elton an landed a 17poundBlue landed during the recent
meeting with the Rams. just one second remaining on tackle Marcus Cruce and end
sure put
with tournament.
Cat while fishing a up
"We knew liked
they to the clock and raced some 80 Danny Hilbebran did an Hi la.and on the next cast he a fight after they are hooked.
throw, Cox said pa
adding that
I into the Ram end Hildebran is
yards zone.
outstanding job. until they
Takes InvitationalBradford the JV team had worked hardin However, the lone Tornado the lone starting freshman on he caught believes a big in snake.fishing Gene hard says, but They usually fight
defense improving pass score of the contest was the Tornado JV squad. that he is not equipped in his die.We would like to rememberDon
during the week
High girl's cross with a time of 10:51: Virginia Tuesday's win over Buchholz the game. priorto nullified by a clipping call Cox also praised the new bass boat to keep snakes. Thompson and his familyin
country team recorded a first Crawford was 13th at 10:58: with an 11:02: time for an "Maybe we worked too hardon following Pete's interception.Coach defensive efforts of linebacker Says if he continues to fish the loss of his dad.
Cox said
place team finish at the St. and Frances Coltrane placed eighth place finish. it," Coach Cox said turnovershurt Isiah Jenkins who led the with Elton, he will have to It is my understanding that
Joseph's Academy 16th with an 11-12: effort to Only seven runners are following the game: He said the Tornado JV offensive Tornado JV in tackles againstthe modify his boat to keep up Cross Creek and Orange Lake
Invitational meet, held round out order of finish and figures in the scoring in dual the first period scoring strike unit, stopping at least four Rams. with Elton and his creatures.At are awfully low. Orange Lakeis

Saturday Oct 2, in St respective times for the BHS meet competition, but four brought on a "mental let 7 p.m. all boats returnedto covered with Hydnlla. The
Augustine.In girls team in the St. Joseph's other members of the BHS down," on the part of his JV flr Shell Harbor, except Jeff state is involved in a programthat
addition to the first place Invitational.BHS team participated in the chargers. IT'S SUPERIOR! Keen's boat. Jeff and Eddy they hope will eliminate
showing in the St. Joseph's runners swept the top Gainesville meet Tuesday.BHS Gainesville's second half A superior fisherman ii Bryan had motor problems some of this Hydrilla. It growsso
Invitational the BHS runners six places in downing runners, and their scoring came on a two-yard Alf Dean, an Australian who with Jeff's new rig just one of fast that I personally think
have won two dual meets Buchholz Tuesday afternoon, times, not figures in the plunge by Jones and a 40 yard caught a 2,664 pound great those days. harvesting it is a waste of
during the past week and are for their fourth team victory scoring last Tuesday were: pass interception return by white shark In 1959 the After the weigh in, we found money and time.
currently undefeated through m as amny outings for the Robin Schweda at 10:48.: Ram defensive back Kenny -- Z largest fish ever caught ona W.T Smith and Tommy Bass Wishes,
their first four outings of the current season. Nancy.; Hildreth at 11:24.: McGill. rod! Outlaw to be the winners. Neil Crawford
current season. Cindy Griffith paced the Nancy.; Mc.Neal at 12:06: and
BHS Runners took [four of BHS squad to the 15-46 victory Laura Chase at 11:23.:
the top 10 spots individually in over the Bucholz team Cindy Gnffith turned in a
the St Joseph's Invitational to Tuesday with a 10:19: effort 9:28: to capture first place and ts.s.tsrasl mrdh
finish the meet with a 28 point over the mile and a half Santa pace the BHS squad to a 22.39
team total well ahead of their Fe Community College cross victory over P.K. Vonge last I411. OMOUIITTBAM SOU ATIMU
nearest rival, host team St. country course in Gainesville. Thursday afternoon at the o4 >
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finished runner up with a 63 second with a 10:23: Ruth course. Mkr? NffI
point team total. Hazen was third at 1033.: BHS Girls continue cross p r
:Merri Ormsbee paced the Linda Richardson was fourthat country competition this week 1 A A
BHS girls to the team victory 10:43: Lynn Pierce finished with three meets scheduled.
with a third place finish in the fifth at 10:46: and Virigima Coach Howard's squad takeson
individual standings among Crwaford was sixth at 10.47: Jacksonville's tough 4-A
the field of 35 runners as the BHS runners crossedthe schools at the Lee Invitational
representing five regional finish line in order for the Saturday, then travels to
schools. :Miss Ormsbee turnedin top six sports. Ocala Vanguard Tuesday
time of 10:18: for the mile Frances Coltrane round outscoring afternoon and to Orange Park ___
and one-half course described for the BHS squad in Thursday '
by Coach:Melba Howard as "a rnssss ..zssssssts ztst sarssso \
very difficult" cross county "Within Your Means Now, Peace Of Mind Always" /

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Augustine school's cross
country course is located in should hay a Will because it is an
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portions of the course include .*dd. If you do not. already have a Will, mak.arrong.m.nts *

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I Boost Record To 41The Slowed '1 1"We

Bradford High School Tornadoes ran into trouble Tigers By Penalty Yards Lost, Not Hornet

Tornadoes boosted their with the officials who called
season record to four and one them down six times after stopped ourselves fourth down and 12 yards to go who had dropped back into season His nullified four I
with a Tuesday night victoryover they gained an 11-4 lead for more than anything else," from the Hornet's 29 yard line single safety for the punt quarter 21 yard touchdow
Clay High School of palming the ball. Union County head football gave the Tigers a first down at return gathered the punt in at run is not included in hn
Green Cove Springs in close Dana Dyal came on to serve coach Charlie Roberts said the Hawthorne 14, when a his own 40 and weaved back rushing total of 42 yardi
matches. up the final three points in the after reviewing the statistics defender became overly down field to the Hornet 18 against!' Hawthorne.The .
The Tornadoes won the first second game win. ? from last Friday night's concerned with the possibility before he was finally forced Tiger mentor also]
game 17-13 in extended play Front line spiking by meeting between his Tigers of big tight end Danny Johns out of bounds but it was all for praised the efforts of fullback
which was necessary as the Cassandra Johnson, Ester and the Hawthorne High hauling in a pass from naught as the flags flew Jackson who gained much of
score was tied 1515. The score Robinson, Betty Hudson and NII > Hornets which show that quarterback Paul White that before he had received the his 83 yard total on tackleI I "
had been tied earlier in the Carolyn Gomes highlightedthe Roberts'squad was backed up near the Hornet goal line punt. busting quick openers right up :?
game at 14-14 and 11-11. second game victory some 120 yards on 11 The interference call kept After retaining possessionof the middle against u.I
Ester Robinson served up Last Thursday the penalties, the Tigers' scoring drive of the ball on the penalty, the Hawthorne. \
the final two points in the Tornadoes coasted loa two set Union County's Tigers the first quarter alive and two Hornets set up shop Quarterback Paul White t',
Bradford High School first victory over Palatka South on ., collected the first of their 11 plays later White called his offensively on their own 46 and also received favorable ; :,
game victory. The first of the scores of 15-1 and 15-6. penalties on the first play own number and sprinted 21 put together their longest comments from Coach
best of a three game series Bradford High School II from scrimmage alter yards around right end for the drive of the evening reaching Roberts following the
they came from behind in a volleyballers travel to two T receiving the opening kick-off touchdown that forced the the Tiger 15 before turningover Hawthorne contest. The head
close match to win the second games during the upcoming from Hawthorne. The initial Hornets to play catch-up for the ball on downs Tiger said his senior
game 1512.The score was tied week meeting Buchholz: in infraction an offside call, the remainder of the contest. A holding penalty nullified quarterback did an''t I
three times in that game at 4- Gainesville today and cost the Tigers five yards and Hawthorne's big break of running back Steve Sirmones' "outstanding" job in runningthe I
4,8.8and12.12. Newberry in a rematch there seemingly set the tone for the the contest came In the closing 21 yard touchdown run for the wishbone offense against .. ,.I .
Debbie Gomes came on to Oct. 11. Newberry is the only remainder of the evening as moments of the third period Tigers in the fourth quarter the Hornets and praised "
break the 4-4 deadlock servingup team to defeat the Tornadoesthis the penalty flags flew and the when an unnecessary But, the Hornets turned the White's passing for the '
seven points but the season. Tigers marched backwards 10 roughness call against the ball over on a fumble a short evening. White was two for
more times for an additional Tigers following a Hawthorne time later and defensive back nine against the Hornets for 47 J
115 yards during the contest. fourth down punt kept the Glen Kemp went in as a yards Including a third
ATTENTION Hawthorne's Hornets were Hornet's longest drive of the halfback to score from 25 quarter, 27 yard touchdown
CITIZENS OF caught by officials just three night alive at least yards out on the next play pass to split end Alfred
times during the game for momentarily. following the fumble. Holmes.
STARKEThe Infractions which cost them a On the play in question, Roberts praised the effortsof Roberts singled out one
total 6f 44 yards. Hawthorne punted the ball his offensive front line for member of the offensive unit,
However one Hawthorne away from its own 31 on a their performance in last tackle Tony Roberts as
Starke Natural Gas Departmentwill 1 penalty: proved expensive. An fourth down and eight yards to Friday's victory over the having played his best gameto
interference call on a Tiger go situation. Alfred Holmes capable Hawthorne squad. date Hawthorne.
be conducting a Leak Survey Betty Hudson <33>spikes one over for a BUS score In the win
"Our offensive line did '
over Gainesville High a Defensively, Roberts said
beginning October 11, 1976 to October fantastic job in controlling the Tigers put together a
I their defense all night," "total team effort" in holding
22, 1976. If you should smell a strong NOW OPEN Roberts said. Offensive the Hornets to just 87 yards

odor of gas, please phone 964-5361 or I linemen included in Coach total offense 49 yards rushingand

964-5027 between 8:30 a.m. and 5 p.m. atiWgfq. The Tackle BOM Roberts'(ho fine enthusiastic blocking praisefor were Roberts 38 passing.said highlights of

After 5 p.m. call 964-5400 so that we center Fred demons guards See
Pane 7B
Wayne Sapp and Dean Dukes,
may check out your complaint.Thank 941 N. Temple tackles Tony Roberts and

Joey Norman and tight end FLORIDATHEATRE
:01YmBU0I The Tiger front line gave
( Union County's offensive
backs plenty of running room
Bob Patterson Superintendent OPEN 6 AM. 8 P.M.
in last Friday's contest and
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Tiger the
Fri Sat. & Sun."HAWMPSls .
most of the front line blockingto
grind out nearly 300 yards,
rushing for the evening. a
I SHOPPER'S Fullback Sam Jackson led dazzling whimsical,
J the Tiger backs in rushing slapstick funny comedyrlIa !
SPECIAL! against Hawthorne rolling up COSMOPOLITAN
83 yards in seven carries.
turned running back duringthe PET
late going, cracked for 76
yards on seven attempts and
pIShuS Sirmones collected 42 yardson FAMILY FILM t
scrt 10 carries. BVJtKCAMP

Roberts says Sirmones, a
junior is improving steadily
woos run A SHOUT-. Kiurs in STOW
with every ball game this

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C It rulr to Wtt' tc tfm Ml U lint tf Pittira mt uttIWH .. TIM luzttaf cotxt tta .IT.. dtaNil. Founder of the" Church" '
laid PshetucMty tt l-ll. flat i I'.Uiart tiPsy kMf. S S1SUI-IIiL kiryt Itncas.FILE II)Mahe M1M. 1-11 Mute TM*Mt.II WH I.N. LwecNrtj M lift.* """i H II.IAYI Special Singing [ Prayer For


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nes! uy1 1.11 San 101 SArt 21x 12% a1tT1afC0TCN.fate VALUE /LOS! 12:30: 2:00: DINNER ON THE GROUNDCOME

3.88 8.97 12.94 1.59 ur 2.99.l93c.


0 '....fMtmiSI US.... sitM uinn musr r*MM-TIP MM 1Is.um TUell W" AVIS iiiioiii' PUI mum. TTUIM. IM-S m PUI 2:00-4:00-GOSPEL: : SING
TM CMitrMtIM ,hfm -'lit ... Ml M Wt WIlt tl |lt use less .tathi |M.... wit M tall TM .Sales. Ml UNn. | IMt* li tM TUl t tas Mini rah tril*tl Mt tmtit .. fits mi lat rriM. tm. tM m...
tM-1H StaM irrtt 11I -Ifi out cwhrtiM" .Tao 111 UM nM. itM f. ..,..,. T.IIunm ltiltiltlln., In"lelf Is t eel a..sate Wilt MWT. .M tmtH... Ht Mi nmMrs

EAGLE THE CONVENIENT 312 W. Madison St. CIGARETTE f' Pack Reg & Kmg4'Cartoo Super a 100. EVERYONE INVITEDDAVID
n doily 9 'Iil9 SundRY 'til 6 964.7513 49 : $414 Carton HODGES, PASTOR



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Phone 468-1915 pm1lrrrrrr Q.J LJ'I: 1 !L p m....iIii. ...tm7 ::;I'.... 1rI1. :::: rtiilli"ii: i1m fJtt ...-t



I I IPack
vited :
The to 5/16.Ounc.. limIt 1 't I 10.Ounce Bottle. Regular and HAIR SPRAY 'I :>:: MOUTHWASH : of 9,
I I II II :1 24-Ounce Limit 1I II II
Volunteer Fire r Herbal. Limit 1 bottle Limit 1 i

at area scheduled don House Hampton 8 is p.m.interested on urged to Any City to'in I I IO J: iiU I i" II.6o. I tI2 Plus 0'. two.x 1n.1_ n l"m"29''I I II I

scheduled their regular for I 'P .. bonus II I
October 12 at 8 Coupon Good Ohm Oct 13th Coupon Good thru OCI. 13th Coupon Good thru OCI.13Ih I 13th Coupon Good thru Oct. 13th .
City The Hall. :;:':4-X1 .---..........-..,..'[:::: '::,::;... .. ... ...... .. w- ....:::::: :,:.:....--. .. .-tilts.-;; .,:::: :.J.:::..........Coupon.....,. Good.....thru...41.Oct.. .............w. :::: :::;:::...:-.:.:....--- IAIti,. ...:.:

Citizens Club has II '"l> # trr'JJriz...-t # '1 GLJ : 11
dish meeting 15, at dinner the on City I CONTAC &*(y.* : : I ECKERD \ CUTEX "" 1r: COVER GIRL f .Of B Ru6i; ''I I

ation Center, at COLD CAPSULES Chiropractic Dr Dopson of I Pack Limit : 10. CDNTAC""V? I::: 188 250 100 mg.Capsules' I Ounce Limit. 1 bottle 11:1:J Shadow Brush-on in Eye j0""I/ t l:1 I 11-Ounce Regular or eon Men. I
will be a guest 93 Limit 1 47* l 89< : 39- thol.
I; I I:. I Reg. & Lemon 1'1 assorted 1 shades.Limit -- 'I ;1 Limit! 2 I

Coupon Good thru Oct 3th : Coupon Good thru Oct.13th Coupon Good thro Oct ISIh I Good thru Oct.13th ; : Coupon Good thru Oc 13th
Congratulations PERSt1N.: ::::: 111111I1r1 4M4111ft. 911........... :;:. :::1,. fllIRRti1111RR1FNllatt..w.t:1I111101NR1111. ::: : .1........11.. 1114 :::: ::;::: Coupon: #1111Il. .!Mf.-! /.:.:: ::': -..... -.....-- .':'..
Jacksonville:Mrs. Ardel on :::::::::::::::::::.::*::::*::::*:::':::::::::.:.::::::::.:::::::":::::::::::::.:::.:':::'::::::.::::.::.::.::.::'m'mtmm:::::::::;::::::::::::::::::::::::::inaMMiasaaaaiiaii'ninirinn::::::::::::::;:::::::::::::::::::::::;::::::::::::::::::::::::::>::::r::"::.>:.::.:r::.>::::::::::::.:.:.:.:.:..:;:.::..::. :r:;';'-I tr1:7, 1rq'f :iJ.JlJ. :: :::.:'.:.:.:.::.:':.::.::.::.:.:::..:.::.:..::.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:..::.:.:.:.:.:.:.:..::.:..::.:.:.:.:.:.:..::.:.:.:.:.:.:..:.::.:.;.:.:.:.:.:.:.:..::.:.:.:.:.:.:.:..::.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.::::.::.::.::.::.::.;:.:.:::.:.:::.:.:::.:.:::.:.:;::::.;::::::.::.::.::.:::.::.::.::.:.::.:::.::.::.::.:.::::.::::::::.::::::::::::::::::::::::::...::.::.::.::.:...:.:.::.:.:.:.:.
their son Joshua r.:: tmtttiM* itM .. .. .. i. I '.::::jl Jj I ECKERD BUBBLIN6 If.: :: .. ..h .. / I '.:::1 mjj

Jacksonville arrived on :\ : .:..:...:...:...:...:. 1 I :.::.:.... .:':.'.:..'

tal.many Hampton Ardel friends area grew :I BOTTLE OF 100 -- I. !j1j1j1jj I 11594 BATH 32-oz.Gardenia OIL Bottle.Floral' ', I' I Iand II 1 1\ CREST I.11111..

Mrs. Raleigh :::::::::: Lilac. Limit 1 ::::: ::
proud paternal : TYLENOL "flc.. ....01' .t1 j j ...r
Best wishes :j ... :::::::::: ... Coupon Good Ihru Oet. 131h L1 .7.7.LJ. ::::: :::::
Stephen Reed NO.' :::::::::: : ---.-. ..-'. a"r"'.:"s : :':|:: :::::
Dianna Adkins r.:1 Analgesic Tablets for hI. : I:::::::::: :: :: '::' ::::: I:.::::
married on ( the millions who '' .""' -' y 5Ounce. Mint' or Regular .
the bride's home r: should. not take 1 Ol :::::::::: : .:t:::: Price includes 10*Off jK ;::::
Patrick is with : aspirin. Limit 1 Pva.a ::1j:1:::: BOXED 1IIf8m F':":j:: Limit( 2 4 ":::

and Fort Benning presently Ii: 1 1t E j *'Label. eS"m
::'I 1':::::1:1:: :1 i t1 i59:1 \\ C ..... :j:
Beverly Lynn I: ,::1::t : 6V or Pack ::1j:: :j::
Larry Williamson I:: I .::.::.::.::.::. Fo,8 8 of 50 No.1 :::::: ; I "::.:.:.:.
married on ; ::::: ,1 IIze. Reg. 59t Im. "
Caulk !: Coupon Go.'N" Oct.13th ,; Limit. 2 ;:; .. Cood I tnlu Oet.131h ,
was :. ..
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best Timothy man.Newman The :::::::::::.::.'..:..:...::.:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:...:..:..:..:.:..:':':'.:':.':.':'.:'.'::';'.:':'.:.':.':'.:'.:'.:'.:'.:.':.'::':41111111111:':':':':'..................:.....711PJ1111111:..............:................1.......................:.:......................................'..:.......:...:.:..:.'.:::.:.::..:::.:..::.:::..:.:::.::. :.:.--ftIlt Coupon"Good thru _Oct._3thli -.-;. wf/' .:'. ':.::.':.::.':.::.':.:.:::.:.::.....::.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:..........:............................,.H....:'..:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:........................,...::.:.:.:.:.;.:.:.:.:.............:>:............................:....:..:':.:ee..wwrR.:.:..;..:.:.:..................:.:....I.::;;:::::::.:::.
wedding cake J r. ; 111111 inii ; ;; : ...,
the bride's a k r a
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at ; :;
Wells. Among ; r 'r7
were Mrs. A.1 : FILTERS I 5 GLUE
grandmother of :r COUGH SUP R.ESSORS.conol SWABS : : OJ.t CELLO TAPE : a.: :. 1
and Mrs. Jewell :: Limit 1 1 Pack of 170. ()/l.P 1.:1: 0 OReg. 69t rites II iii" x 1500, : < .- -
of the ,from \ y / : FOR ALL POROUS I : :
groom : Flele.lblan.ckl. -- 2t1 2 : : Regular 44< 0 :
: : 43
Arkansas. 59 53 Limit 2Coupon 2/59 Limit
\Mr and :: 1'1 Good 1:1':j 1 coUPOnGOod I': ::1 REG 75<.lIMIT 1 ,
:: Coupon Good Coupon Good :
Taylor enjoyed : ... thru Oct 31h / thru Oct 1 3th 1& : ..... thru Oct. 3th thru Ocl.I 3th Coupon Good thru Ocl.1 3th w I
visit of their :::::'....tlll l111R11A1Rt111111tiA.t.r.a1.i/ .- :: :: i ... -:":!"': :. :.:,: t1 4A_____._JIIIIII!:: :::: Ilft"" .w111IN111N .t!IIIII'Dm'im IIIe..a.1.:::: :: ... tI1l A..rr.rw. ::: i'
Yeoman E.B. who .
... .
Navy had not man seen for him 23 \\ t !12ld t :-- r i ;r- if -' :':"' '''' &I' ..... .....I: 1tm1 r.' : f fI

I A.I RELIANCE ." ... ::1 .
Panama Canal i
it : I
Tampa Fitzpatrick were and :::1 2 9 perature Three heat control.tern- .. : REG 30 s. f ;:11 / or Poker Pinochle., Bridge s It.:1,: :! and Assorted fashIon'sizes ::11 Latest fashion,. i
October of celebrated Mrs. 2.Viola Also her 9)I:::: 4 Reg.Fully 5.79 guaranteed.Limit 1 :12.j 88' LIMIT 59 2 I : 2'6 9 4 Reg.49t I 4 J : colors. Reg. 59t I:: :: 54< colors.Reg. 994If Limit 4 I:

...... Coupon Good thru Oct 3th cou..nGOOdlhruOCI.,3Ih coUPOnGOOdlhruOcI.31h Coupon Good 1 thru Oct.13th : '' \' j jt
Mr.in the and Sunday Mrs. : t:;':; RfaIM4 A RP4111IIR" --tf'!:::: .: -1118 11X11111-. ;: .... .'.. -=----;--=;- ...... ;.:": U1111J1OStltlltee-lAlllA1A.: ._: !!:::. .:* ...llll CPOnGoodlhruoCI.3th" l....itllllllllll4III = ....._- \ !!"'::::
Steven Mrs. Lilly, Father Jones :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::\:::::::.::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::=::::::::::::::::::::=::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;=ijjjijtijji'-l!!: m'hm r !mm "Hm1 r:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::':'::::::::::::::::::::::::;:::::::::::::::::r:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: jt

and Gainesville.Mrs. Roba!Mr It.mf\::::::: .. .. II %::::;: I SET OF 3 WOODENHANGERS ::::::. .. .::::=::
Michael Gilhooly ::::1: ,. i:1::::: :: .;/ ..:::::
and Mr. and : THIS COUPON WORTH 20 r { ::1: :::: rq 4. ::1: .

Meng.Congratulations :tl I, ,, IJijj:188:I Trouser hangers.. or Reg.skirt I m 1 FIANCE"I' I I..:
Spell who was ;: BAN ROLL-ON fllF :;: ,. 1 39 Limit 2 :':' :::
winner of the $ I sets I' : :
i! !!; !!! !i:
given by St. : ban Coupon Good thru Oct.13th ; PANTY HOSE
Club on October 2. : I.jiii :.: .--_..-......11llstr '' ...11' ....
:::1:: 2.5-Ounce Anti-Perspir- ::::=:: ... "":"" "::: ::1:: Made super sh er ( I" ::::
\MPTON: '.. : ; :::::: Roll On Deodorant. ::::::. :.: l 'm"m"/W'f' ... : :::::: wonderlon nylon :::::
\( \ :\ :: 1 ::: ::
:: ::: ::::: 200. Assorted ::
:: :::: ;:, .. and : -.
: ::: SIMS. -:: ::
The Hampton :::: 79*'ant :...:.:.:.: -fOOT STEP I :.::.:::. *'NO.. 99e _-_ :.:.::
Academy football 12 LADDER3m I 159
its season with a :, I"i} 1 t1 I.i 1
Heritage Christian :::::: 1-A-76-I :::::: Q Heavy duty. 2 {, :::::: ::::
Gainesville on its :;:::: 99c WITHOUT COUPON r I ::::;: A w "epwooden. :::::: I ::::
September 24. Coupon Good thru Ocl 13th gl ladder. Reg. I&" co."om"" :J
were made by Joe : ; 1 :::= 459 ..: ....
David Pearsall. ::.:::;::: J......... : :::::::::;: : ::::::{::_:; ..:............:.............. ......... ::111111111111.............. .......................... ........:1... ::;::=:=:
last thrilling 27 ::::::::::::::::::::::::;:;:::::::::':':;:':'::'::::::::':"':':':':':':"'J'"f:::: :::::::;:::::::::::::::::::::::::;:;;:::::::::::::::: ;:::: :: ::;:::::::::::::;::;::::::;::::::: : = ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;::; :::::;::::HU:;::: :: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: : :::::::::::
Jim down Bumpus ending the G rr r r C.s r'' 'r''r r ; ; r r'' ,' '
score of 1813. : =; lf' : : ) 1r 1
around Lights the have :;I HO MEN'S WORK OR :: rMOO I 0r l I LYSOLBAS.N CLEANER. : WINDEX"

that night games TUB/TILE GLASS CLEANER ..,
: : : 1 : 20 Oz. Refill
f :1
played. Admission ) I
games is $1.00 for n'b: :; : : : : Nonabrasive basin,i I IY p" :. ::; Glass cleaner withAmmomaD.
$ 50 for children. :: i Ing. Reg 88! :. i / 77< tub.& tile cleaner. I :j; 49< Req.
] _
scheduled game ;:::| up Reg.to 2.29 12,000 LIMIT cu. ft.1 II I Li.mit 2 pair 1 fOR Coupon Limit 2 Good.I Re 9 99c. Limit 1 -,. t_ :.I: 69e Limit 1 I
Nassau Christian ]
Coupon Good thru Oct.1 3th t Coupon Good thru Oct.131 J : Bfc.. t thru Oct 13lh Coupon Good thru e. 13th Coupon Good thru e.,.13th .
Yulee' on October ::: Ittll.eASw--...; 41 : %:: ,.w11.1w11Rllll wwll..l iIII!.'!':::: :: Uf1.1"' r''''''_Nw1R--':...-/! !::: .:). .. .111111fl 414t4. _I,!.:: :':; ...a.R""" .1111 1A.. :

4-11 -- FJl'J1rrt: yu r ,. ...... mi1tt.tl1c! ; r r .::; '-- JlJt'mJ .J1}r r .....: i."'l mmt"ltf } m'a: Jtt 4 tw.,s.rii iiIIiM'i

The Hampton Ii I .1 EVEREADY REG. 74'I 1 1 U UI
H Club met on :::1 ; r ; : Ij

Jr.School: presiding.r.m. in the I SUAVE u; I DIAL I I| BATTERIES TWO PAKSLIMIT II! GLADE.1 :. CRACKERS I

president; David I SHAMPOO / _.. .::1: :1 Bathlizebar.Reguiar I : C#OR 935'20r95Q.2'CELL II I FRESHENER 4 ::.::1 BY 120zBOX.REG81'NABISCO ::
president; 16-Ounce bottles of assorted \, 2 for 61 secretary; I Fruit Flavor Essences. Limit 1 l c..,,"" \1 J r. i I II Limit 3 REG 59' EACH :1 \ :
treasurer and V't; r10 1 .
; : ], C
adults astic reporter members attended and- I i!l gent err. ::1 2/39/ 4 :: I I .! I ill '/ J f fI '

/ .
a tions.when film Royce on giving Joyner 59 .. ;I. 'w. : ---......: I 49 "..c.ytta-" ? l i4. 3/100""WoI' ::;::1 67 ./I"/J." I

served by Mrs. .. .12 II I :::1 .it
Joyner. !I FOR SOc WITHOUT COUPONCoupon fl J :: "

group The is next scheduled i:::: ....-Coupon t1a1tlRlllltRtttttttt Good thru Oct.1 3th 4:'.; ::":;.ft .. Good"thru" Oct.-13th-"; ._" ::: :: "" --Coupon Good.-thru Oct.--1 3th.""' .- .:.. .:'. .......Coupon...Good. thru Oct.-1311t--.,...,'.-l..,.. y::: ;:::;.::. Coupon Goad thru Oct.!3th :_ ::
November 1 at 7-30:

parents Meetings Hampton are last asked one PEOPLE I TRUST ECKERD'S I FOR QUALITY PRESCRIPTION

their children at :
interested in
may call at 468-1395 ; ECKERD'S FAMOUS PHOTO OFFER Film Prints .. Kodak Film
and come to the
meeting. TWICE THE PRINTS Get an extra set of prints with every roll of When you pick up your developed film and
HAMPTON t color or black and white film developed and prints, buy two rolls of Kodacolor or black
AND TWICE THE FILM printed TODAY AND EVERYDAY. and white film for the regular price of one
have returned home

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7,1979 .l'9!;Lr.LitINrn r a8, ". I

HAMPTON:1( ) \\\:1:


0 J son 1 '

While there they attended the
d wedding of their grand-
daughter, Linda, and enjoyedthe
lovely mountains and cool

:...:. climate.Mark Hodges who earned
his AA Degree at Santa Fe
Community College Is now en-
rolled at North Florida
SYLVAN1A 12 INCH College in Jacksonville.,
ii : Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul

INSIDE FROST )' I ALUMINUM \1 PLANTERS I: I m mm fmr mm mmrALBUM I OSCULATING SPEED ;,/ and Meng Mrs.on Sunday Carlton included Meng and Mr.

LIGHT ?4I 1 daughter, Angela, from
BULBS :: FOIL .i SPANISH PEANUTS I II Jacksonville; Mr. and Mrs.
10 Page Album. No men or Bill and
Meng daughter
il 12"x25P REG 39' Limit 3 12 Limit Ounce 2 can. glue. REG $2 67 AII i Dana, of St. Petersburg; Mr. j

and Mrs. Theron Hunter and
7* children Adam and Renee :
Mr. and Mrs. Kenny McClure I ilk'

87sF 141 t l I and son, Kasey; Joyce Meng, ;:
R #2150 and Mr. and Mrs. Randy ;
GALAXY I Scoggins. They were celebrating
i .
REG 2a92WATT REG the birthdays of
LIMIT 2 BULBS I 29.99 Elaine which falls on October

r Coupon Good thru < c 1 th : : Coupon Good thru Oct.l3th t- I II Coupon Good thru Oct.13111 ,. Coupon Good thru Oct.13th|" ?* Coupon Good thru Oct. 13th 4,Kenny's is on October 9, and
!!! # IRIIIMIIIIe....... % little Angela will be 4 years on
':. lIi1,114aP1 4>.9o 11f.I1 IlJ II!! ... October 27.
18 y yy ; Joy Williams, Joe Meng,
and John and Mike Meng attended .
I COCOA FIBERDOOR KEYSTONE 115-X GAF110-12 game in Gainesville when

Gators October 2.
Box of 30, on
Q 44-Qt. tasl
f kitchen can bags I f fmt 7 OZ i 141NBEIGEX 24 IN 1"sM! ; A Camera, 126 filmy all instant Warren Stevenson
1A Reg, 1.99 rr J JPVT PAKOF50 I/ 1hM j [ cartridge, wrist cameras, displayed his skill with bow
Limit 1 I I % REG. 59' REG 2 59 strap included. 1 39Limit and arrow recently by
W Limit 2 Reg. 12.99 spearing a 5 foot
:, Coupon Good thru Oct.1 ath U' i 2 Diamondback rattlesnake
V1j | k Coupon Good thru Oct 13th Coupon Good thru Oe1.13M Coupon Good thru Oet.l3th .
; / 41 Coupon Good thru Oet.ITr1.7 "HA"'liVflr with his son's archery equip. ,
v. ment.
The rattlesnake James I
e r Griffis killed last week endedup
e 7tT7.7kf.i; in Fran Meng's freezer
h 1 S.T.P. When someone else donates
TREATMENT another good sized one, there
ECKERD I Iq. 'j HERSHEY will be enough for a good meal I
FACIAL 1 15-Ounce Oil IV =
or I
mmmm. for those Meng boys and their
.1 12ouncec I*w ] r 4-i iTreatment. t

TISSUES 6 : m 99 Coupon Good' thru Limit Ocf 2 13th. CANDY BARS i:' friends.SChOOL NEWS

Box of 200. 't .. .-T.R 1R: Choose from Mr. Goodbar. L Friends of the Senior Citizens t
I ; Krackel Hershey Plain or were happy to seetrs.! .
: 2// LIMIT T Almond and wn Evelyn Vaughan, Mr. and
y, ;:; Regularl5leach c Mrs. Bill Fontaine and Mr
I MR. COFFEE 10-CUP Limits and Mrs. A.C Dennison enjoying
7 C > lunch served in the
I FOR school cafeteria on October 4.
Very enthusiastic reportswere
; / i788:1 l given about the wonderful
I I service and delicious food ,
Coupon Good thru Oct 13th Coupon Good Coupon Good thru Oct 1 3th enjoyed by this group who also
thru Oct 13th took out two additional mealsto
r >:< rw r11g friends unable to be pre
:. -. IT..rrwttlltl sent. The group was
especially pleased to have the
school principal, Connie
1. with them. They had called in

4 O REG With flexible I Adjustable Box Of 100 Kills fleas on your the their cafeteria intention to personnel be on hand at of
59 Neoprene Spout j flame. Reg. 0 d<>9 or cat.
& Vent. 69'' 1.19 Limit Fluted Filters 1fft 12 noon, and all were happy \
FOR IP 2 Reg. '1" Reg 2.69 they came with the hopes they;
REG 1 99 will be back soon.
Coupon Good thru Oct.13th si Good thru Oct.13tM Coupon Good thru Oct.3th| : Coupon Good thru Oct,13th "' Coupon Good thru Oct.13th Mrs. Jolen Friese, I'TA .
Dl9nlatlnti9a.9- : F 11114 f t119N111119Rf19E91t9199f9n91s 119NILAl1u1T9aNtanal9m9uE9ee. : 91tf1tts Carnival ,Chairman,'reports' c
that plans are coming u. 'el/),(lor ;
: the games and various at'tivi!
ties planned for the carnival
PAPER m companied Mrs. Friese on a
AMD HOLDER ( MAC PLANTER SEED trip to Jacksonville last weekto

ASSORTED m MIMI & GIGI ff JU5S I n g% Cooks Hamburg-, MODEL J-55 k4ft Feed the birds Raa purchase prizes and needed
COLORS1REG K era. Hot dogs TRAY ISSQUARE Regular 94c equipment.The .
43 89 U etc. No. 2108 Limit 2 Hampton Elementary
REG 1 s9Coupon .1yh. Reg. 1999 REG 64 PTA will hold an important
Good Good CouponCoupon Good
Coupon Good.1 31" thru Oct. 13th r ? thru Oct. 13th /hNOet.13t meeting on Monday, October!
thru Oct Coupon Good thru Oct 1 3lh
11,in the school at 7 30
(# -L i Jtre...... R, J !tn?+r..,:;. ;:; J 1,1E9ttlwt( ITtIi9R 1wwIC; :; p.m. when school library children will

present a musical program!(
under the direction of Mrs Jo
Bensen. It is hoped this will be
1 1 II I #
RIVAL 31/i-QUART/ a well attended meeting
I Further plans for the carnival -
: will be discussed at this

Reg.Model 16 3100.99 SChOOL: ENlT


,;:; ;:. Ihru0et.13U .. MONDAYSloppy Joe
I With high speed for fast drying :v; :';!A I E91ew..e.c41l;: on bun, buttered corn, potato

I heat Low settmgs.1250 speed for easy Watts.styling. 2 :.r': y r s : 8 8 1 i : : chips pudding orange, milk juice banana

8 8 Regular 16.99 1 P S ,,' TUESDAYBeef stew,
GENERAL ELECTRIC ) 23 Channel 5W CB transceiver. Variable green peas mashed potatoes,
DIGITAL CLOCK squelch, delta tuning, built in fruit cup, hot rolls, milk.
ANL and illuminated channel dis WEDNESDAYMain
I 8142412.Lighted dial.Reg.Snooze 15.95-Alarm. Model I play. Reg. 109.99 Model 700 Attraction (hot dog), King

,_ Masters (vegetable soup'.
r 8 8 [( Side Show (orange wedge!( )I.
1 Clowns (fruit {crisp).
Coupon Good thru Oct. 13th Coupon Good thru Oct 13th'fPR1RrelreS1e11eeea1le.iltla Midway
; Coupon Good ..:. Milk.
va. thru Oct 13th I I 'r THURSDAYFish
: :: ...... ..... sandwich cole slaw, french
fries fruit jello with topping
r a milk.

AUDIO MAGNETIC J tossed salad, cranberrysauce
STEAM 1 CHAMPIONSHIPTENNIS strawberry shot(cake

H at 'electordial. I Pack of 3. I Battery operated< Heavy duty,qualIJ -
25 steam 60 Minute. 199 MILITARY [ 099 Keeps bait alive ;: I fft W ity tournament '
ents. Model a| Reg. 1.99 / MODEL NN8379 for hours. Reg. i I balls.Yellow only
F 63. Reg. 12.99 FOR REG 7 95 4.79 Service Men
Limit One PacH-4 J : : U ii I Reg. 2.67 Limit 1
Coupon Good thru Oct.1 3lh{ i Coupon Good thru Oct 13tMl I Coupon Good thru Oct. 13ln Coupon Good thru Oct. 1 3th 4 Coupon Good thruOet.13th| '
flyIIIIR : tllAtlillsl t> ::1. : : >ww .t8 P1 /111111f tlI Reaves Graduates From
Air Assault School


1 TEXAS INSTRUMENTS i TAKE-A.LONG I i SOUTHBEND I: Platoon Reaves, Sergeant son of Mrs.Robert Georgia E.

8-DIGIT e BBQ GRILL .630 SPINNING I ON WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 13th K.recently Stancil was, Route presented 1, Starke.the

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Toro Oct 13th Coupon Good thru Oct.13th F graduate
School. His wife.Marilyn wa*
with him at the fort.

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The time was the late l\/20's, wheeled coupe was "Trixie" Smith's was probably
the location was the corner of Smith (Mrs. E.IU.) the Starke's first "modern"
Call Street and old State Road daughter of a one-time Starke service station and enjoyed a
13 (now State 200, U.S. 301)), physician Dr. Wills. Mrs. good business for many years.
and the building was Elbert N.Smith's Smith who was noted for her
Standard Oil service friendliness and wit, as well as Mr. Smith objected to the I
widening of 13,after it become
station, a Starke institutionfor her good looks was a fixtureat I

many years. the service station and 301, and sold the business MMM IfM' !If1AaV I
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Non-Voters ResponsibleFor "t) I ti ,Mrv

Sorry Officials I

A democracy is only as strong as its Voter turnout since 1952Percent I

foundation, and that foundation is L
dangerously shaken when voters of civilian population of voting age 1

become so disinterested or so ESSSI Presidential BBS Congressional __ I

disillusioned in their government that I

they don't turn out to vote. 4 83.3 64,0 Our
60.6 61.8 60 8 50 Years And Still Pumping
County Agents
The percentage of registered voters SS T ByBobby rt. : KJ readers

who actually vote in any one election has ( l People traveling on SR-16

been dropping in the U.S. for more thana 48.9 Notebook often do a double-take write.MKMOKIKSOFXIFF

decade. Current polls indicate that as 456 45.3 Taylor according to Alton Boles when
42.2 43.4 -- Phone 961-6554 & they see him pumping
many as 70 million eligible citizens may up
gasoline from old
an hand
not to the polls in the November 2 3e.o
go located
in front
Last week I talked about pump a
than Don'lforget to DO on the look
General Election-10 million more defunct
winter legumes and winter country store at
the number who failed to exercise their forages that some of our diseases out for this lawn time insects of and Heilbronn Springs.The : :: I : .

voting rights in 1972. cattlemen should consider Things like sod webworms vear., pump is still in working Dear Sir.Having:
planting this fall. This fit right
armyworms, mole crickets or condition and is used for the just looked at the
into of
These persistent non-voters are doing some of our parts recent Cow-the brown patch disease can gasoline for the Boles place September 23 issue of the
themselves and their nation a great Calf Clinic that was held in undoa lot of good lawn work in The store was run by Mrs.Boles' Telegraph. I felt the need to
disservice. Palatka last week. I wish a hhort period of time. mother up until 12 tell you Ziff is not a forgotten

more of our cattlemen would There are some good years ago. spot in Bradford County.
attend these sessions becausea pesticides available that will True nothing exists to point
Bradford where the The Boles
Even County, are unsure of the
out the exact location but the
lot of good and practical control these if ;
pests they are age of the but marks
voting record has been consistently good information usually can be applied safely and properly it indicate pump on general location 1 is
and above the state average in recent ;: heard at these meetings. The patent was first remembered by people) who
important to
952 54 56 58 60 62 64 68 68 70 72 74 thing is start registered in 1916. Mrs. Boles
years, went into a tailspin on September control program early if you remembers her mother lived in the area and some of
Another high light of the those ho went to Ziff School
28 only 14 percent of its a problem.
polling "turned off' or disillusioned with meeting was a panel of replaced an electric pump us children
registered strength in the Second politicians because of recent scandals on cattlemen who discussed their More and more folks are with the hand pump but
Primary This is the lowest percentageever ranch management now getting and enjoying doesn't remember where or In the mid-forties, my
the local state and national levels.
recorded in the county-at least, as programs. One cattleman told house plants and a frequent when it was obtained. '( f father George Davis, owned
the old Will Warren place on
far back as records go in the Supervisorof But is this really any excuse for not how round he managed on a year and question is how to water The pump is called the south side of the Brooker-

Elections office. voting These political drop-outs are another grass cattleman program discussed a :Never'; allow the soil to "visible" because the ; Ir Graham road (across the field

actually helping to bring about the very program of pasture grain become completely dry before customer can see the gasolinerise where Mr. Wiggins now lives I.i )

True, there were no local races in the conditions they profess to deplore. By and winter forages. Both men watering but do not let them as it is pumped up by r Between our I farm house and i i
remain completely saturated hand. John Torode, Shell Oil the Jim Williams farm (now
Second Primary to stir the voters to exercise their emphasized the use of :.a
up-- failing voting privilege
records, culling, and other Water thoroughly hl'n you distributor in Starke dates \Douglas place) was a
but there was a State Senator to be they are helping sustain in office the management practices to get water be sure t'Xl'essI..t'r. that type back to the early )eautiful old yard surroundedby

elected, and a justice of the Supreme very distrusted candidates they blame the maximum production of can drain from the pot The 1900'S. oak and pine trees In

Court-offices of great importance, and for their attitude of cynicism and pounds of beef from each amount of water you use and It has a ten gallon capacity asking about that place, I Ias
how often watl'rill told that Ziff Sl'hu..IIISt'd. to
you sit
could affect the acre on the ranch.
that conceivably disillusionment.
ones depend on the temperature and Torode explained that the in that"t'ry spot. hrev people

lives of every citizen. Recent contests reveal that humidity, ..air movements handle and pump are made of have told me this; my mot her.
primary Speaking of winter crops, brass. It was pumped each
soil containers, plant s/e.! up 'I1 :Mrs Clarissa 'Sue1 Waters
involved in ethical does lawn turn brown
President Kennedy's Commission on most congressmen your and light intensity If the morning and as customerscame \Davis. my grandmother.:
a tj 1
during the winter and i
offenses such as receiving illegal you temperature is high the air for gas l. the arrows on a (i'rlrudl'rusbv Waters. ;mdm
Registration and Voting Participation wish ? If this
corporate gifts, taking bribes, and it were green is dry. the light intensity high the glass would show how > gn'atauntIrs.: : Lulil.i
in 1963 that one-third of adult problem overseeding
reported misusing public funds, continue to win your and the plant\ large comparedto many gallons were pumpedout. ('r..shAunt. Lulda attended!
Americans do not vote in presidential your lawn with ryegrass willgive the pot. you will have to In later years, after J Ziff School as a child
elections, and more than half do not vote renomination. Two congressmen a nice green color water more frequently than if electric pumps came into use .
in congressional elections. Since then were actually convicted of campaign throughout the winter, the reverse if true some places kept an old hand I have no idea as to the !sue
offenses have already been pump for use in case of ..tl.TtlitI.Fs; of the community, But. being
the non-voter totals have increased October 1-15 is the time to
if the ent a local history laid. I have
power \iiil I land
renominated and another fury
alarmingly until in the opinion of one was overseed your lawn with, BicentennialCoin off. chocked the postal urords.,
U.S. Senator, "The United States has unopposed in the primary. None of the ryrgrass. The ryegrass< found In the I P K. "(111 ILL'
ten senators accused of taking illegal seeding rate varies dependingon OrdersAt Torode has seen a few hand Wainwright after he moved Florida History Library and
record in the world.
the worst voting
contributions is losing renomination.This whether there is grass pumps still scattered aroundthe here from Folkslon. Ga. lound! ZIti once had a post t
growing on the area and if so Record state, and has several of 0)1 lice which was later moved
The Bureau of the Census estimates dismal picture could be what kind of grass. Rate the antique type in (the burned to the ground. The to Louise dramatically changed if all the"disintert'sted" storehouse at his bulk second store was built bofon.
146.8 million Americans of voting age Hare areas should bo seededat The U.S, Mint reports One of these station. !Mrs Boles' mother and father in Alachua. County l.akT
voters became units has !been
suddenly still, to
moved GrahamBeing ;
(118 or over) at the present time, and of interested let their voices be a rate of 5 10 pounds per citizens are acquiring restored by the Shell Oil Co. married, so they place the
this number, only 88 million (almost half) enough 1.0(10( square feet. St. l'ireulating'l'rsions of thenation's and placed in the entrance store at over 60 years old. a native burn.
heard of the ballot box.
by way Augustine t Centipede and new Bicentennialcoins
;are registered.Almost lobby of the Department of Bradford; girl churn I in IIIgrarHll11utlwr's %
carpel lawns at 3 4 poundsper at record rates. Agriculture The Boles who lived in
building in larm house

alone among democracies, the Supervisor of Elections Neva Flynn lawns l.ooo at 23 quare pounds feet per Bahia Lox The Mint reports that ordersfor Tallahassee Torode Says. farm Waldo part for of over the 20 over years 800 acres now near Brookor. (in I'.HOi! and .1

U.S. does take federal says that in spite of the dismal turnoutin circulating versions of the The Boles descend.ml of I"women also
not responsibilityfor square feet and bermuda coins far exceed demand for pump is in front of they o\ln. and live in a house horn in) larm: houses" III ;mil
the Second she has not lost lawns lit 4.5 pounds 1.000 the second store builton
listing and registering voters. In Primary per their predecessors during country that was built in the 1940's. near Brooker.' I urn vtryinlciestod )
Canada, for instance, the government faith in the voters of Bradford County.She square feeloverseeded, comparable periods ending built that site. The first store They recall (the two story in Ihe Hiimker. and;

canvasses and enumerates voters, so feels confident there will be a good lawns must he last vear by :Mrs Boles'grandfather house was built at a charge ol Hradlord. C"ulIl11I't"l"\

that becoming registered is almost turnout in the General Election on cured for as your normal lawn GeorgeIt onlv $ljO dollars for labor !I'lease continue untinu the
It also announced that proof excellent ..
historical aitick's
grass :Mowing I will be
automatic. This is also true in Western November 2. Her predictions are usually required butI III bo less and uncirculated sets of the

Europe, while some democracies suchas correct. Irequent. Water is important new quarter half dollar and Should you care to. check .
;; Australia, actually have compulsory because overseeded (grasses dollar coins which contain 40 .( a liirlher on. !the location and 1

voting. There is a President to be elected and need adequate moisture to percent silver are being peihaps some rcinenilnTedhistory
look inch ordered around the world of the Ziff School and!
important amendments to the Florida nice, 1 a week is
l'Ul11l11lll1llIn Aunt Lidda
from Austria to Japan. \ is
sufficient. Fertilization
Among non-voters 43 per cent gave Constitution to be approved or en'rytwo :Mrs Eu'ILt'lIl': Crosby ol,
months with a'66-6 at a
"not interested" their for disapproved. These decisions should be Mint officials attribute the BiookerBai.
as reason
rate of 12 pounds per 1.000(( demand for the coins to their
failure to visit the polls. Others were made by the voters-not the nonvoters.of square feet will give excellent commemorative value and bara Sue I Dav is Foster

green color throughout the- their relatively limited :r:>1W\ :; 4th StGauestdle

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The national Parent-Teacher viewers are turning off the violent Richard Schroeder 11 I On behalf of the vestry' of Si
IN BRADFORD COUNTY Mark's Church, the" Child
Association is launching a militant shows and--in some cases--even I Caring Center board and stall

campaign! against. excessive violence on boycotting the products advertised on and myself! I wish to tender

television, and should be barked by such shows. Results of this survey will this! expression of gratitude to

every PTA member in every PTA group be released in mid October, and the you and your newspaper! slalf
from the largest concerned who turn the A Bumper Crop citizens living in those areas for the excellent article and
metropolis to the more parents
of Hardwood and the Division has prepareda pictures appeared In
smallest crossroads;; hamlet. dial and boycott the products in the next Trees on Sale special booklet called "How the September 16! edition. the

two weeks the more effective the To Order Seedlings" which the Bradford County

The national PTA believes that fewer survey will be. There's hardwood seedling lists local district offices in the Telegraph.We .

shootings, muggings, rapes and other bonanza that will be availableat stateI seedlings are r y thought both the

;acts of violence on television would give The ten-member commission of the two of Florida's public delivered. and photography( were superb writing,

children a more accurate picture of National PTA will hold public hearingson nurseries this winter said the Forms for ordering the eloquently capturing the

American life and provide fewer modelsfor TV violence in eight cities, starting Florida Division of Forestry. seedlings may be obtained important human-interest
Department of Agriculture from any Division office or by element of our Center'sactivities
aggressive behavior on the part of with Pittsburgh on November 30, and and Consumer Services. writing the Florida Division of and clearly spelling

impressionable youngsters. the final action plan to be firmed up "This has been an Forestry Collins BUilding ,, mil our aims and programs.

later, will include letter writing to the exceptionally good year for Tallahassee Florida 32304. tr'PJ r This feature III certainly l hl'

There are indications that this FCC (Federal Communications our hardwood seedlings, and O'Meara pointed out the I ,v 4 fi; 1r) Ae of great help to us as we

campaign may have more tangible Commission), to members of Congressand there's a large supply on hand bumper crop seedlings 'dpi l le attempt to make our program

results than previous ones by the PTAor advertisers: also legal challenges on for purchase by the public." represent some of the best known to all.

other organizations interested in the the licensing of TV stations; and possible explained Division examples of hardwood species : Thank you so very much!
Reforestation e
welfare of youth. SupervisorJohn that adapt well to Florida's -
boycotts of certain products. F O'Meara.: "Orders are terrain and climate John AI: Flynn

now being taken for the Lisa Newman of Theressa is showing style l as she leads the Hector St. :Mark's
The PTA with some 6.8 million Parents are urged, meanwhile, to "sit seedlings which will be "We're really pleased! with grand entrance of the Florida Stale lni\ersit Flying High Episcopal Church
members has backit available for planting in late these seedlings because they C'ircus into the Jacksonville
new ammunition to down and watch TV with their young November.: produce some of the most Coliseum September 23: .
up this time. The new weapon is a children." Carol Kimmel national PTA beautiful and commercially

national ratings system showing which president is convinced that "most Among the "bareroot" valuable hardwoods on the FSU Circus Girl Is BUS GraduateTheressa I

shows are the most violent and who is parents don't even know what their kids hardwood seedlings on sale market." 1fM
sponsoring them. Nicholas Johnson are the flowering Dogwoodwhich For 'rf
example, the Dogwoodhas
seeing"-and too apparently,
are many ( sells for $60 per was a sweet homecoming and a senior at
chairman of the National Citizens couldn't care less. It might prove thousand), along with Arizona long been sought after as recently for Lisa :Newman'; of Florida State University is a Shire/

Committee for Broadcasting, which somewhat of a shock even to the most Cypress Baldcypress. an brightened ornamental thousands tree and has Starke when she performed participant in the double Rain or
started the ratings system last March permissive, to discover what kind of Catalpa, Chinese Tallow. Florida landscapes, he in FSU's Flying High Circus in trapeze, swinging trapeze
believes the new campaign will have Cottonwood Cuttings Green the Jacksonville Coliseum aerial ballet and bicycle built
material their children are being fed Ash. Red explained."On September for five
Maple Sweetgumand 25. acts in the student i
"tremendous effects" if PTA members "
through the "boob tube Sycamore (all at $30 per the commercial side circus. In addition, she led the
read the ratings and make their thousand.), there's the Green Ash, Red Mrs Lisa, daughter of :Mr. and grand entrance to the parade, lf6 1
complaints known to sponsors of violent Maple Sweetgum and John Newman of riding the lead elephant.

shows. After taking a look, if you object to The minimum charge for Sycamore which with proper

some of the recipes for murder, and the hardwood seedlings is the care can offer good returns on Proceeds from the
rape price for 500 seedlings of the C performance
their O'Meara
investment went to the
J. Walter Thompson one of the other violence that are "enlightening"your species ordered. They can be added. Jacksonville Zoo sponsors of Get in line.. :

largest advertising agencies in the children, let your objections be picked up at the nursery or the Coliseum program
nation is conducting its own national known in no uncertain terms by lettersor selected Division of Forestry People.wishing' to order
to determine if recent offices throughout the state. trees for this season can drop Some actors think that if part Lisa is
survey as phone calls to the networks and the a senior ut FSUpsycho"y
by the Agriculture Center In of their
The nurseries are located at costume Is yellow, majoring in
sampling indicates, significant numbers program/ sponsors. Munson and Chiefland for Starke. or phone 964-6534 they will have bad luck. criminology and

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FIRST STARKE BAPTIST FLORIDASundaySunday CHURCH ObituariesMike Mike Sis trunk Receives Ph.D I ,

CommunityNews l.

School, PatrickMike Michael l E. "Slstrunk", a summer graduation servicesat
?);::45 amMorning; Worship, former Starke resident, Mississippi State Y
lla.m.j; Church Training, 6:15: Patrick 24 received a Ph.D. degree in University in Starkville. By E1 abets Given Walter
p.m.j; Evening Lawtey, school administration during Following graduation,
Worship, 7:30
p.m.; New Member Fellow-: died October 2 from Injuries Sstrunk accepted a post as SCOUT NEWS will be held in Jacksonville, Weekly services begin t
snip. suffered in an auto accident. principal at Indianola Junior October 748. Rev. Heastie Monday night with rehearsalfor t

Monday-Girl's SMYRNA BAPTIST High School in Indianola, Brownie Troop 352 met will be attending.MT. the Tiny Tots. Tuesday .
6:40: p.m.; Youth Choir Ensemble Born July 27, 1952, Mr.: CHURCH Mississippi r Monday, October 4, at RJE night Prayer Meeting. ;
Tuesday-Helen ,7 p.m. Patrick was manager of a Elder,T.C.Williams Sistrunk, 29, attended the 1 with Mrs. B.J. Lennon and ZION A.M.E. Wednesday night Senior Choir
Group Meeting, 10 Masters carpet and tile company in Sunday: Sunday school, 10 University of Florida and Mrs. S.J. Morris, leaders. All CHURCH, Rev. Richard rehearsal. Thursday night
Lorena Epperson a.m.; Starke and was a member of a.m.; morning worship, 11 received a B.S. in history anda parents are asked to cooperate Bethel, pastor. Service Story Hour at the Church.
Meeting,2:30: Ida Group the Baptist Church. a.m. ; B.T.S., 5:45: p.m., masters' in school with the leaders for schedule as follows: Sunday Friday night the Choir of
Group p.m.; Darby Evening worship, 7 p.m. administration from MSU as success. Services will begin with Greater Bethlehem will be on
2:30 ,
Junior : p.m.; All visitors are warmly veil as his doctorate.He Junior Troop 684 met Sunday School at 10 a.m., Parade. This includes all
Moon ; Lottie Survivors include his welcomed. We preach the is married to the former Tuesday, October 5, in Room Lovefeast Service at 11 a.m., three Choirs. Saturday the I
Group Meeting, 7:30: parents, Mr. and Mrs. William death, burial, resurrection! Patricia Scoggins of Starke. 1-D at RJE, leaders Audrey Communion Service at 4 p.m. Can Circle will sell dinners
Patrick of Lawtey; seven and coming again of the LordJesus They have Gibson and Elizabeth G. The District Planning from the kitchen. Sunday
a four-year-old
Wednesday-Family Night brothers, Ricky and Lawrenceof Christ. daughter. Walker. The leaders are Council will be held at Mt. School will begin services at
Supper 6:15 ,
School P'mSunday; Lawtey; William of asking the cooperation of Zion, Lawtey, October 13. 9:30: a.m., Morning Service at
G.A.'s, RA.'s Worker's, Acteens Meeting, Maryland, Norman of Miami, The day has eyes; the Mike Sistrunk parents to help make Scoutinga 11 a.m. The Women Home ,
Friends World Robert of Starke, Marvin of night has LONGBRIDGE successful activity.The THE FIRST BORN Mission will be in charge of :
6:45 and Mission Friends, Keystone Heights, and Ronnyof ears. BAPTIST CHURCH MADISON STREET American Legion and CHURCH OF THE LIVING services at 6 p.m.PLEASANT :
Annual: p.m.; "Hour of Power", Kingsley Lake; three -David Ferguson. ((10 miles west of Starke on BAPTIST CHURCH American Legion Auxiliary GOD, Elder S.V. Cohens, ,

7:30 Business Meeting, sisters, Mrs. Patricia SR-100)) Commander, Royal and Auxi- pastor. Service activity as fol- GROVE AND J
: p.m.; Adult Choir, 8:15: Thompson of Starke, Mrs. FIRST CHRISTIAN Weekly schedule: liary President Altermease lowing: Second and Fourth MT. MORIAII UNITED .

p.m.ThursdayVisitation Vorease Jones of Starke, and CIIURCII Homecoming, Sunday, Oct. Chandler are asking the cooperation Sundays are pastoral ser METHODIST PARISH, Rev.
9:30: Miss Tonya Patrick of 10( starting at 10:30 a.m. Thursday, October 9 of all members in vices. Weekly Services will Willie Stitt pastor. Service
a.m..; Deacon-led visitation, 7p.m. Lawtey ; maternal Jim Love, Minister Special singers: Frampton Cottage Prayer Meetings, 7:30: the joint Installation Servicesto begin with Prayer Services schedule as follows: Each
Saturday-Bus grandfather, Bryant Carter of family. Everyone invited to p.m. be held Sunday, October 10, Tuesday night at 7:45.: Friday first and second Monday nightat
Visitation Ministry Doctors Inlet, Fla. Sunday School, 9:45: a.m.; attend. Rev. James HaistenST. Sunday, October 10 at New Bethel Baptist Churchat night at 7:45: p.m. Tarrying 7:30: Young Adult Choir
8:30: a.m. morning service, 10:45: a.m.; Revival begins, Rev. CharlesR. 2 p.m. Presiding will be Service. Sunday services will rehearsal. Tuesday night
Funeral services were held youth group, 6 p.m.; evening MARK'S Swartz, speaker. Sunday Commander Cruse of the begin with Sunday School at Young Choir rehearsal.
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN October 5 at DeWitt C. Jones service, 7 p.m.; choir EPISCOPAL CHURCH School 9:45: a.m., Morning Fourth District and Mrs. 10:30: Morning Worship, Wednesday night Prayer
CHURCH chapel In Starke with the Rev. practice, 8 p.m. Wednesday Sunday, Oct. 10: 8:30: a.m. worship 11 a.m., Children's Cruse president of Auxiliaryof 11:30.: Y.P.C.W. 6:45: p.m., Meeting. Thursday night
James Cowart officiating. night bible study on Hebrews, Holy Eucharist 9:45: a.m. Worship 11 a.m., Church the Fourth District. Evening Service, 7:45: p.m. Bible Study. Sunday Youth I II(
Sunday school, 9:30: am.; Burial followed in Peoria 8 p.m. Church School, 11 a.m. Training 6:15: p.m., Evening Refreshments will be served. Visitors are always Day will begin with Sunday
morning worship, 11 a.m. Cemetery near Doctors Inlet. Morning Prayer. Worship 7:30: p.m. welcome. School at 10 a.m., Morning
Gideons will have charge of DeWitt C. Jones Funeral KINGSLEY LAKE Tuesday, Oct. 12: 7 p.m. Monday, October 11 MACEDONIA FREEWILL Worship at 11 a.m., with Mr.
the service. Choir practice, Home handled arrangements. BAPTIST CHURCHHOMECOMING Women of St. Mark's Meeting, Revival 7:30: p.m. SCHOOL NEWS BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. Hermon Johnson, speaking.At .
Thursday, 7:30: p.m. 7:30: p.m. "Edge of Tuesday, October 12 J.N. Butler, pastor. Service 4 p.m. a Musical Programwill
Adventure" study course. Ladies Bible Study 11 a.m., Adult Basic classes are con- activity as follows: be presented. At 7:30: the
Rev.Samuel Cuthert will be Wednesday, Oct. 13: 6:30 Pastor's conference and ducted in various areas in the Wednesday night Prayer Bradford County Branch "
Gainesville guest speaker at the morning p.m. Junior Choir Practice, luncheon, noon; Revival 7:30: county. Any adult who would Meeting and Bible Study at N.A.A.C.P. will present a
service, October 17, at 7:30: p.m. Church School want to improve himself or 7:30.: Sunday services will program.MT. .
Kingsley Lake Baptist Churchfor Classes grades 4 10,7:30: p.m. p.m.Wednesday, October 13 herself for a better job or begin with Sunday School at 10
Livestock MarketSince Homecoming followed by Senior Choir practice. Revival 7:30: p.m. learn the basic reading skills a.m. Morning Worship at 11 !MORIAII CHURCH ,
dinner on the grounds. Thursday, October 14 may contact the Voc-Tec. a.m. Evening Worship at 4 SERVICES Prayer Meeting It i
Former members and Revival 7:30: p.m. School for information. Phone p.m. Visitors are always Tuesday night. Sunday School /
prices have increased the past few months friends are invited to attend. MORGAN ROAD There will be a nursery provided 9646150. welcome. will conclude services for the ,.
our selling charges are less on most cattle than Rev. Russell Harris, BAPTIST CHURCH for small children each day.
most other Markets. interim pastor. evening of the Revival. FREE CAANON TRUE I
Sunday, Oct. 10: Sunday We extend a warm welcometo CHURCH NEWS CHURCH OF GOD IN UNITY, ANTIOCII BAPTIST I
OUR MAXIMUM CHARGES ARE $5,25 -66..6..060 School 10 a.m., Morning and
community to attendour Elder Sampson White, pastor. CHURCH, Rev. Dennis :
services for the deaf 11
BULLS $7.50 (Much less than 3% plus yar- CARD OF THANKS Training Union 6:30 revival. CHURCH OF GOD IN Service as follows: Weekly Strong pastor. Weekly I
: ,
dage most other markets charge) THANK YOU to the Evening Worship 7:30: p.m.p.m. -Rev. Charles R. Swartz, CHRIST activities as follows: services begin with Prayer services begin with Prayer
pastor. Friday night at 7:30 at Meeting
Bradford County Hospital and : Prayerand meeting Tuesday night Thursday night.
CATTLE SLAUGHTER HOGS Staff for being so nice duringmy School 10 services a.m., Morning for the deaf Pastoral Teaching will be 7:30.: Tarrying Service Friday night Choir No. 1 will
Mondays & Wednesdays illness, and especially to Evening BItOOKEIREVIVAL held. Immediately after Wednesday night at 7:30.: sponsor the anniversary at 8
Tuesdays 11 a.m., Training Union 6:30:
the Rescue Squad and my service a business meetingwill Friday night Bible Study. p.m. Sunday Services will
FEEDER PIGS 1st Friday each month doctor, Dr. Salazar. May God pm., Evening Worship 7:30: The Church of God of be held. All members are Sunday School will begin begin with Sunday School at 10
Bless you. Keep up the good pm.Wednesday MidWeek Prophesy in Brooker will havea asked to be present. Sunday services Sunday at 10 a.m. a.m., Morning Worship at 11
work. Oct. 13: revival October 10-17 Services will begin with Morning Worship at 11 a.m. a.m., Evening Worship at 7
We test Cattle No and
Wednesday Charge Mary W. Munford and family Prayer Service featuring Evangelist, Rev. Sunday School at 9:30( Evening Worship at 6 p.m. p.m.
Have test Cattle here by 11a.m. Bible Study 7:30: p.m., Choir Alice Shelor. Rev Jack Morning Worship will be heldat :,
1 tpd 10, 7 Practice 8:15: p.m. Kendrick, pastor 11:30: Communion will be NEW BETIIEL AND
given in morning service. EBENEZER BAPTIST
-- Y.P.W.W. will be held at 6:30: CHURCHES, Rev. L.R. Scouting
Evening Service at 7:30.: Davis, pastor. Services begin
-Elder D.R. Williams, at New Bethel with Prayer j News
pastor. Meeting and Bible Class
Tuesday night. A business oy Carolyn Eaves

llfhat the class of 84 CHAPEL GREATERLLEN A.M.E.! CHURCH, night meeting at 7:30.will: Sunday be held Services Friday ZBradfordUnion ]I'

neis Rev. R.G. Heastie, pastor. will begin with Sunday Schoolat Girl Scout
Rev. Heastie has returned 9:45: a.m., Morning Worshipat Neighborhood met last week
from Conference to begin a 11 a.m., Communion with a real fine group of
new conference year. All Service at 4 p.m.EBENEZER leaders.
good members welcome Rev.
a energy Songs and games were
Heastie and Family back for Weekly enjoyed during the first hour
another year. We are plan- Services: Tuesday night with the help.of the.. Senior
ning for a successful year. Bible Study at 7:30.: Scouts. "
Weekly services will begin Wednesday night Senior Choir The next meeting is
with Love Feast Service will hold a business meeting at scheduled for Oct. 19 for
Friday night at 8 p.m. Sunday 730.: Sunday School will conclude registration.A .
-3 services will begin with services for the day. big thank you to several
Sunday School at 9:45.: Com- generous businesses in Starke
i munion Service at 11 a.m. All GREATER FREEWILL for agreeing to sponsor Girl
members are asked to attend. BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. Scout Troops. At this time we

Jasper Williams pastor. have eight Brownie Troop,
State-Planning Conference Weekly activities as follows:
five Junior Troops, one
Cadette and one Senior Troopin

]RaiforBy News Starke, Lawtey and
Raiford. We have several new

!May Belle< Dobbs troops who have no funds andno
PhoneMrs. 431-1089 way of earning money and
that is where sponsors are
weekendRev. really needed. We do appreciate -
Earlagene Mikell of Hugh Walters visited! all the help we receive
Crystal River visited Mr. and Mrs. Mary Jones in Shands locally and all troops are
Mrs. A.M. Jones Wednesday Teaching Hospital Sunday ready to start this week or
morning. afternoon. next.
t Michael Dobbs was a Mrs. Melba Faulkner of Hooray! We have a Junior
: business visitor in Lake City Jacksonville visited her leader in Raiford. Mrs.
Wednesday.Mr. mother Mrs. Rubye Cynthia Morton is taking the
,-' and Mrs. Gerald Griffis Yarbrough and attended troop and is full of ideas and
e T k had as a Wednesday luncheon church with her on Sunday.Mrs. ready to start. Welcome
K guest Mrs. L.J. Mikell Mrs. Debbie McCulloughs Cynthia.
3a < Bruce Mikell and Shannon of and Mrs. Earl Dobbs were Mrs. Laurie Mullins with
Crystal River, Mrs. Marty business visitors in Starke Patty Mullins Irene
demons of Heilbron Friday.We Wainwright. Lynne Johns,
i 4.rr SpringsMrs. Don Newmansof welcome Mr. and Mrs. and Betsy Yawn spent the
Starke and Mr. and Mrs. Benny Shirley of Jacksonvilleto weekend at Chowenwaw for
Earl Dobbs. our community. They are Senior Weekend. They had a
hI'h < g "s Friends of Harvey Williams grandchildren of Mrs. Ruby good time and hope to hear
: will regret to learn that he Dobbs and live near her. We more about it later.
yt entered North Florida hope their stay will be a long
Regional Hospital in and happy one.
Gainesville Sunday. We pray Mrs. Debbie McCulloughsand
he is soon well again. Debra Lynn attended the SouthsideNews
Some of the Bradford horse show at the Boys Ranchin
County Roping Club members Live Oak Saturday
a attending the horse show at afternoon.
the Boys Ranch the weekend Oad Dobbs of Lake Butlerand
: were Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Mrs. Emalme Dockery of by Linda Hildebran
Thomas and family, Mr. and Green Cove Springs visited
** vLTH < Mrs. Edward Thomas and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dobbs The Title I Parent Advisory
family, Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Friday morning. Committee had its first
Elixson and family, Mr. and Friends of Mr. and Mrs. meeting Thursday ,
+"" Tvgi Mrs. Underhill and family, Lester Woods will be happy to September 23, with 22 parents
? d Y w Mrs. Carter and family of learn that they have movedinto present.
t rw Starke, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne their new home in
I Henson and family of Starke, Raiford. Officers were elected and
Mr. and Mrs. Bud demons of Mrs. Gerald Griffis and Mrs. Cissy Santangini
Heilbron Springs Mr. and conducted the meeting.
Mrs. Earl Dobbs
a.S werebusiness
A i il ir Refreshments were served.
Mrs. Gerald Griffis and visitors in Starke
? family, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Thursday morning.Mr. The Southside ElementaryPTA
had its first meeting
1 Dobbs Coolege Kelly, Evert and Mrs. Robert Cason
Tuesday, September 21, with
Fowler and Steve Dobbs. had luncheon
as Sunday
an Open House for parents to
Mr. and Mrs. Mike Griffis guests Mr. and Mrs. W.O.
; meet their child's teacher and
in Gainesville
were shopping Vandiver and sons of
visit his classes.
/ Thursday. Jacksonville and Mrs. AliceCason.
rr Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dobbs The PTA Halloween
Carnival Committee had its
were Sunday luncheon guestsof Mrs. Rosie Lee Marton was
...... Mr. and Mrs. Don first meeting September 23
-- ..c;' ... .-.. ....-". Newmans in Starke. honored with a stork shower in with chairman Charles Hall
the fellowship hall of The First
Wewere to have Mrs. conducting the meeting. This
happy Baptist Church of Raiford.i

In eight years these 14 year old kids will be graduating from That's what we're planning on today. But we're also planning First Mike Griffis Baptist unite Church with the of Mrs. Marton received many!; committee October 4. will meet again

college.They'll be ready for their first big job. And some will beyond that.Were now in the process of exploring energy Raiford Sunday night. guests lovely and attended.useful gifts. Forty The PTA voted to sponsor a

even be ready for marriage.To sources as diverse as solar energy, and energy from the ocean. Mr and Mrs. Howard Mrs. Earlagene Mikell and Cub be announced Scout troop.in Details the near will .

make sure we're ready when they're ready, we at FPL haveto For example, we're part of a nationwide enterprise which Mr.Register and of Mrs.Lake Earl City visited Dobbs 1 daughter her law Shannon Lori Mikelland of i future.
daughter '
plan ahead. Eight or more years ahead. It takes that long to is working on ways to use exotic energy sources to generate Sunday afternoon. Crystal River visited Mr. and\ The PTA Project Chairmen

plan and build a major power plant for the electricity that's electricity at an affordable cost to the consumer. Friends of Mrs. Shyrell 1 Mrs. Earl Dobbs Wednesday.Mrs. are Harold: Membership Publicity, Mrs.Mrs.
needed for and homes and facilities that and for future substantial invest- Crawford of Lawtey, daughterof Gerald Griffis and
the jobs you your Planning your family's making Mr. and Mrs. A.M. Jones' Mrs. Earl Dobbs were r Gary Hildebran; Nursery,
children will need. ments to build facilities and obtain the necessary fuel resourcesin will regret to learn that she Is 1 business visitors in Mrs. Levy Lennon;
But for tomorrow's needs hasto the of FPL ill in St. Vincents Hospital. We Gainesville Refreshments, Mrs. Richard
our planning today electricity coming years, is a prime responsibility well Thursday. Little; Projects, Mrs. Phil
she is
be flexible. We have to plan on the right energy mix. Because without the availability of electricity, to pray. and Mrs.soon Bobby again.Mr. Jonesof 1 accompanied Miss Mary Mr.Louise and Taylor Mrs.' Vellenga; Devotion, Mrs.

Because of growing shortages we can no longer rely on one meet the future demands, there m Americus, Georgia visitedMr. I Lloyd Wike and girls to the Mildred Harper, and

source of energy to produce an adequate supply of electricity. won't be new jobs. Or electricityfor = =II' and Mrs. A.M. Jones I Boys Ranch for a weekendcamping Halloween Carnival, Charles

We're already :short of gas, and getting short of oil. We have to new homes. And perhaps, Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Eric Kerseyof trip and the horseshow Hall.Please contact any of the

think in terms of more nuclear energy. there Wong't even be a class of'8. FLORID POWER a LIGHT COMPANY Waldo visited Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Joe O'Guin and girlsCathy above people if you would like
to work on his or her
A.M. Jones Sunday. .
and Wendy attended the
Mr. and Mrs. W.O. Vandiverand horse show at the Boys Ranchin committee.
There will be second
a new
son s of Jacksonville Live Oak Saturday
visited Mrs. Alice Cason the afternoon. grade teacher in the near .
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Tornadoes Look Good In Spots : Make Most of Eastside Errors.1


I football Eastslde but high just came made to play too "Over all I was really guards Waiscel Mines ana Defense Holds football on the BUS four yard 1 !I
with the offensive Issac line and first down. The Rams
I many critical errors to win the pleased Cummings grading out "I was mighty proud of the
f game says Head Tornado effort." just a point or two behind. defense" said Coach Mike failed to put the football into i I

David Hurse assessing his Center Jeffery Jockel and Tight end Steve Earnest Sexton referring to the goal the endzone. f
i team's fourth win of the 1976 tackle Lawrence Budgettwere caught three passes for good line stand, the best the Good performances on the \
I season. i 9r tabbed the top yardage. Jornov pointed out, Tornadoes have had this year, goal line stand came from .if

". thought we looked good in performing linemen with in addition to his blocking. when Eastside had the middleguard Kenneth Cruger, ? 'it.'
defensive end Keith Carter,
spots, says Hurse.
"We took advantage of Ram defensive tackle Marty ..,
mistakes and I Russell, and middle f
put some pointson 1
linebacker Jimmy Clark.
the board. For
a change, COUkT That goal line stand should
I we had" a pretty good first give the defense a lot of ,

half.The Tornadoes scored three 1 confidence. Sexton says. ,

times in the first period, QCi
:3rd Quarter Slump
taking the kick ,
opening off trgrapSection The Tornado defense has
driving 61
yards for the
.: first touchdown, then run into a third period slump
so far this season Sexton
: recovering two Ram
which fumbles reveals. The defense in four ;
set up two more
has 39 points .
touchdowns. The games given up

) and them Hurse rumbled"We lost with says.had it the this five.turn football"You kind overs of will six offense Rams times too have," Pages IB-HB Two 01JIIJruU0 i::: .J t: : Ot'tob'r7I176! -and seven(but seven eight two in of in the in those the the second fourth first eight period period period points j/ 1 1

1 (the wide { See Page 711
open veer) So far,
they haven't beaten us. We

: hope mistakes.to" minimize our Have It Their
The Tornadoes did execute Tigers Way

offensively purse pointedout.
Offensive Line Coach
Jornov Cornerbuck Erie Biggs hawks the football as he comes up from secondary to make tackle on
was also satisified
.pertly Eastside running back Abron Hemps who has Just eluded BUS middle guard Kenneth
I. with line the performance of his Crugpr, on ground, but runs Into Biggs. Against Hawthorne For 4-0 Mark'

t The Hams gained only 21 yards rushing In the first half, but came out in the second half and
Working Together rushed for 121 as Bradford Krldders went Into a third period slump.
I "They did a good job. It's The quick Demps rushed for !91 yards, most of It In the second half. If the off tackle hole was LAKE BUTLER-Unior the drive Into the Hornet end

\ the first game we really got all closed. Demps would flit outside for a few vurds. Demps longest run was 15 yards. but he would County High Tigers had il zone.
the line working together as a gel yardage while the BUS defense reacted to his whirling moves their way here last Friday picked up key blockson
I unit," Jornov said. night blanking the Hornets ol the 21 yard scoring run
from running back Wilco
Hawthorne High 27-0 in a
Warren and end

Tornadoes Strike Quickly in 26-6 Win White district Senior called gridiron quarterback his clash.own number Paul as score.Jackson's he. scrambled split in Holmes for the,

from 21 yards out for the first extra point
conversion was good and the
of the evening's four Union
Tigers took a 7-0 lead with 7:24:
Over County touchdowns in in the first
Eastside For4-OSeasonMark remaining quarter.
capping an 83 yard. 11 play
drive on the Tigers' first The first quarter scoring
offensive for !Irive threatened to stall on the
Striking quickly. Tornado back Kenny Aycox scored on a Prevail completed three of bumbling began. The football turned out possession to be the what a cornet 29 yard line, when
gridders put 20 points on the five yeard run.Kastside. five passes for 48 yards for bounced along ahead of the with game fDefensive White fired incomplete to tight
hoard in the first period then retained BUS. QB Clint Jones ball carrier when he was hit four winning and score one-half just over md Danny Johns on a crucial
held off a second half possession of the football all completed only two of nine by a Tornado tackler and BUS in the first ourlh and 12 situation.
I comeback try by Eastside but five plays of the third passes for 24 yards for cornerback Erie Biggs came gone A 20 yard quarter. iowever, officials ruled
I hgh of Gainesville to beat the period. After the Rams Eastside. up with it. Five plays later scoring return nlerference against the
Hams 26-6 for their fourth scored. BUS was moving the It was Eastside's third loss BUS was again roosting in the following an interception by lornets and the Tigers picked

straight<( win of a so far ball but fumbled it back to in four I games.<( Ram endionc leading 14.0 cornerback sophomore Randall defensive ip a first down at the
undefeated 1976 football Eastside BUS Drives with less than eight minutes of with Griffis, iavtthorne 14 yard line.
season. From their 18, the Rams From Iheir 39 after the game gone.Hunning just 27 seconds Following an exchange of
,l Dominating the first half drove 30 yards again movingthe receiving the opening kickoff, back Andrew remaining in the second Hints for the remainder of the
the Tornadoes scored the first ball 01'the Tornadoes the Tornadoes drove 61 yardsto Carter carried 14 yards period along with a pair of 'irst period Hawthorne

.. three times they had the before QB Clint Jones score in eight plays. around lei tend on the pitchoutoff Sam extra Jackson point conversions by ipened, the second quarter

football on drives of 61, 4ft and mishandled a snap from Fullback Jimmy Clark the option play to the Ram 14.0 halftime gave the Tigersa kith a drive deep into Tiger
ii: ( >'(ards. Eastside; obligingly center and Tornado tackle carried three times for 5. 9 28. From there speedy Kenny lead. They erntory which ended at the
fumbled five times two of Roland Cummings recovered and 1 yards. QB Jimmy Aycox carried four straight pulled out of reach of the 15 yard line where senior
them first period turnovers The fourth BUS touchdowncame Prevatt completed tw limes for the TD on runs of 9, district rival Hornets with a lefensive back Eddie Smith

which allowed BUS to regainpossession on a fourth period drive of 21 and 14 yards to tight end 11.3 and yards for the score pair of second half recovered the first of three
of 5.i: yards for a final score of Steve Earnest quick openers QB Prevatt added his second touchdowns. middle guard Darryl l tilliamdrops a Hawthorne Hornet fumble lurnovers.
Turning things around the 2(1-6.( Eastside: had the ball over the left end with Earnest extra point for a 14-0 BUS lead White connected with split halfback for 1I1 loss, The Tiger ct..ff'lI"elll'ld the Hornets! to just H7jards Smith collected his second
with left I in the first end Alfred Holmes for theTigers' total offense. In ('olleclith..ir/( first shut out for thecurrent
second half the Rams gave three times afterward, but running to add yardage. 4:17: fumble recovery later in the
I Bradford gridders more than fumbled it away twice and Running back Andrew period. third period score a 27 season second period when he

they could handle, receivingthe were stopped once as the Carter carried the final 14 Second< KS; Fumble defensive yard passing back play.Glen Senior Kemp run ol the ('\'1'1111I1waos good rushing with 37 yardS in 11 recovered the loose ball on the

kickoff and driving 62 Tornado defense stiffened. yards for the score which Kemps returned the BUS back lor :3 m ..vartUKempt carries. His longest gain was Tiger 17 yard line thus ending
came in as a in
Tornadoes rushed 47 with less than five kick off 25 yards to the Ram 38 running
I yards in 14 plays for their lone The came the late to from joined the offensive seven yards. Joel Patton had another 1I0l'lwt1'lIl'ing:
of times for 2:12: yards. Fullback minutes gone. QB Prevail and Eastside had lime for one going score 25 threat.
i score the night. The the backfield from his defensive 23 yards on 10 attempts.
Tornadoes had to battle Jimmy 'lark rushed 17 times kicking extra points for the first down before they yards the out 27-0 as Tigers rolledto secondary position late in the Hornet quarterback Andy The Tigers put together a

mightily to stop the Ram off for 85 yards to lead CHS. lirst time this season after dropped the ball again at the victory. third quarter and had 76 yardson Andl'ewsUS three of 11 in six play. 52 yard drive to the

-liwfclesries which the- Andrew Carter rushed seven recovering from a strained BUS 48 when a pitchout flew UCII3 11115.- seven bucks into the I Hornet pulsing for the outing for 38 Hawthorne :30ard; I line
I Gainesville eleven went to in times lor 5.1: yards and QB kicking leg. added the PAT over Kemps' head and big 13 First Downs line and junior running back yards with three lolloping Smiths s second ..
the second half after failing to Jimmy Prevatt rushed 12limes with a strong boot.ta..bldl'I'umbll'I. BUS tackle Marty Russell 4Q'2'J2 Rushes-Yards 31.4\/\ Steve Sirmones racked up 42 interceptions.After fumble recoverv At the
make their outside running for 56 yards recovered at the Ham 36. .J7 Yards yards in 10 attempts. receiving the opening Hornet 30. the Tigers were
Passing 38
game work against the Eastside: rushed. 41 times for : Four plays later BUS was in !-2-0 PA.PC.PI 11-3-3 White was two for nine in kickoff the Tigers put forced lo turn the ball over
TornadoesThe 145 yards! 121:! yards of that Running back Alan Kemps the Eastside; end zone for the Punts 1 the passing department for 47 together an 11 play scoring when White I tired incomplete

offensive line of the (coming in the second half with returned the ensuing Tornado third time, with QB Prevatt 3-26.2'umbles( Lost 3.30::1 yards includinlthe drive<< covering 8J yards! in to Holmes on a fourth urn I two
b Tornadoes had little trouble little running back Alan kick off 27 yards to the Ham carrying 12 yards for the TD 1\,120\ Penalties-Yards 3.44 louchdown! strike to Holmes in just over lour and one-half pass play.
with Kaslsule's; defense. Damps 5-6 and ito: pounds, 45. Kemps' returns were a with 18 seconds remaining in the third period minutes. Quarterback \\hitI' Taking over at their own in

w 1, driving the ball at will flitting off tackle. high point of the Eastside the first period. Prevall'sextra Tiger backs rackedup The Tiger detense held the rolled to his right looking for a with less than one niinutv
i Quarterback Jimmy Prevail Neither team had much loam he returned four limes point kick was wide to nearly running:300 yards! rushing Hornets to just 87 yards lotal receiver downlield before remaining in the first halt und
it scored twice on runs of 12 passing yardage, BUS finding for '!'M yards over 23 yard the left. BUS led 200. against lIawth..rneIth offense. 49!) rushing and ::311! tucking!( the ball away and trailing at that point 07. lhiSee >
yards ami one foot. Running it unnecessary to throw and uv eroge Only excitement in Ihe fullback Jackson passing. sprinting the final 21 yards of
back Andrew Carter scored on Kasisiilc: unable lo throw But on their first down from second period was a TornadoSee senior leading the way with tU: yards Hawthorne Donald < Page 7H

a run of 14 yards and running
No. 1 Tigers Host


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I o Service' Is Our 206 W. Madison 0"m Friday Night

> a I I.AKK; BUTLER: Undefeated attack and Keith Jones
964-7200 and lop ranked Union handling the quurterbaikini!:
ifl County High School hosts chores lor the Wildcats.
;1 O Starke Florida imdeleatcd and third ranked While 3- II and 162 (pounds./

BUll i ne II II a \\'ildw ood High in a meeting of is fully recovered I rum a pro .
the giants among the state's season. ankle injury and is
'lass AA high school football expected! to bo at lull speed in

teams", here tomorrow
QQ (Kndviv. Oct. 8)> at 8 p.m, inwluit the Tiger Wildcat t cash:

THE MOST just: may l ho the most tomorrow night. The senior
Ul MEET PROFESSIONAL SERVICE PEOPLE IN NORTH FLORIDA important Friday night duel in Tiger quarterback runs well
and has (brown (oral least oneloucliilow
all of
: r' Union County lIi h's Tigers n in each of his three
I take an unblemished 4.0 :starts to date this season.

:1 P record into tomorrow night's Wildcat quarterback .tones
contest along with their has I the hull
put up :sparingly:
: L.O When You Need Repairs Made t 5I number one ranking, and the through Wlld\\cNld'lIlirst Hirer
Wildwood Wildcats bring a games this season but haconnected ,
perfect :3! 0 record and a
I number three ranking into the with light end Don
Young 5 -9 and 173 pounds,
Don't Mess Around' first time ever meeting for 56; .. louchdown
U j D lit'twoen t the two Class AA a yard
aerial todale.: Jones ;5II and
t giants Mildwood's"" Wildcats \\hogan 180 pounds is the leading
Wildcat! rusher. through three\
V their first louchdowns
dL. Come See . last up Friday evening to games, with over lUll vaidsperoutmg.
3TD from the \Vildoodveer
L.m Cro\eland! in a 32-11 rout
have averaged 28 points per attack.
.I. outing through their first fullback Sam Jackson 5-9
and 168 and running backs
three contests of the season
I PATE GASSETT TOMMY COLSEN and allowed opponents an Wilco Warren 6.2 and 178. and
Steve Sirmones. 5.11 and 154.:
C: PARTS MANAGER SERVICE MANAGER average of just over thus four far. do much of the ball (earning!

points Wildcat per victims game thus far, in chores for the Tigers aiuf( the

I L r :I:' addition loGrov eland, include trio, along with White have
I Ei:; Palalka Central and Lond averaged nearly 300) yards on
I 01d I (0 Lakes. the ground during their last
have two outings.
Union County. Tigers
H under 27 Five running
averaged just points
olE outing while holding alternate fairly evenly in thin
4tsj per of Wildcat offensive back I field i ,
= opponents to an average six
wearing down the oppmll'nlll'd.fensive
points through their first four
this unit with a ball
outings season. Tigervictories
i. have control game plan. While nut'
come over
a i VI Cross City Chiefland P.K. extremely big, the Wildwood

c Yonge and most recently a 27- running backs are quick and
3 seasoned ball players they
: 0( shut out over Hawthorne
t are. Kalvcn Daniels., Charles

w high In addition to the nearly Smith and Richard McC'anN.:
IUa identical offensive point all listed a 5.1111nd 1 16;<) pounds.
and Ronnie Bailey! and lucky
A.C. MORROW EARL WAYNE MURRAY FARRELL HINSON STEVE JUDSON toa aligned production figures and in points the closely givenup Patrick both 5-8 and 150\

the Tiger and Wildcat pounds.Wildwood'H
L interior
a starting line ups are fairly

_____ MECHANICSANYWHERE experience and size.
and 210 pound Jimmy
Both teams feature senior
Young anchoring \\i,,' WiUk-ul
Overhaul White callers with Paul front I"*' "I center. A pair .>fSrr
Tune Ups Rip Conditioning: Engine running the Tiger
offensive unit in the wishbone I'II It.' JB\

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REGISTER North Temple Avenue Starke the Easterly right of way line of CHURCH ACTIVITIES visited her sister, Miss Enza Nursing home of Jacksonville

FICTITIOUS NAME Florida. Old Lawtey Road run thence Church of God: Sunday Blanchard Mrs. Wolfe and Saturday.Mrs. .

Pursuant to Section 865.09 Southerly along the Easterly School 10 a.m. Worship Mrs. Thelma Wilson on Mae Wells and Mrs.

Florida Statutes notice is This is in compliance with right of way line of Old Lawtey Services II a.m. and 7 pm. Friday afternoon at Baker Martha Dorko returned home

hereby given that the Florida Statutes Chapter 73- Road a distance, of 100 feet, Prayer Meeting Wednesday County Nursing home of Saturday of last week after a

HKtersigned Dianne James andC 310 as enacted by the 1974 more or less to point of 7:30: p.m.'PE Friday at 7:30: Macclenny.Mr. week's visit with her brother

E. James Rt. 2, Box 225, Florida Legislature. beginning..has p.m. and Mrs. Junior Green and sister-in-law Mr... and

Keystone Heists Florida doing Richard H. Jockel been filed against you Evergreen Baptist: Sunday and sons of Hilliard spent Mrs. Ernest Wells and sons of

t business under the firm name of Superintendent of School ROSCOE BELLAMY and ROSA School 10 a.m. Worship Friday with their Huntsville. Ala.

MICRO-TEC SYSTEMS 9.302tchg 10-7( LEE BELLAMY, his wife and you Serivces II a.m. and 7:3: ( p.m. grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Miss Geneva Wilkison and :

Keystone Heights. Florida are required to serve a copy of Prayer Meeting Wednesday alB O.J. Anders. Mr. and Mrs. Bennett

intend to register said fictitious your written defenses if any, to p.m. Misses Charlotte Dawn Wilkison III of Jacksonville

I erne with the provisions! of NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO it. on the plaintiff's attorney Faith Baptist Church : and James Perry of Callahan spent the weekend with their

dtoresaid statute. REGISTER whose name and address is Radio Program over WPXE spent the weekend with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.

Dianne James and C.E. FICTITIOUS NAME Mack S. Futch P.O. Drawer Starke 8 a.m. Sunday. Bible uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Bennett Wilkison. Sr.

Ames owners. Pursuant 1030 Starke Florida 32091 and School 10 a.m. Worship Lawrence Crews and Pam. FOR SALE
Dated this 7th day of October Florida Statutes to 865.09 file the original with the clerk of Services 11 a.m and 7:30: p.m Mrs. Tom Whaley and Sincere sympathy of the FOR SALE

A D at Starke Florida. notice is the above styled court on or Prayer Meeting Wednesday daughters of Tampa were
hereby given that the community is extended to FOR SALE Dfcmoad .needle FOR SALE 4 month old
10/7 4tchq 10 28 undersigned G.K. By 2313 N. before October 15, 1976: 7:30: p.m. Bible Study Saturday overnight guests of Mrs. Fate Redd of Macon tansy atone,over 247 Afferent lest ready for barbecuing.Phone .

10/7 4tchg 10/28: Temple Ave. Starke Fla. otherwise a judgement may be Grace United Methodist: her mother Mrs. Nellie Ga., and the Phillips Familiesdue one, we have them aD. Unn- Itp Ion

r 32091 doing business under the entered against you for the relief Sunday School 9:45: : a.m. Wilkinson; sister Mrs. Daisy to the death of her mar*. DkKBUnt.

r firm name of "GATOR demanded in the complaint or Worship Services 11 a m. and Boch and Misses Lynn and husband. Fate Redd Friday. ST. AUGUSTINE SOD -

!I NOTICE MOTORS". 2165 N. Temple petition. 7 p.m Prayer Circle will be Kelly Whaley. Tom Whaley The funeral was on Sunday. CARPORT.. SALE. Picked up 11 ants. per .q. R.

Ave., Starka Florida 32091 WITNESS my hand and the observed every Wednesday arrived by plane Sunday Casey Dobbs of Jacksonville Saturday, October 9th, 9.7 Special. rote for 4.500 "'I' K.

I Thomas E. Perryman has intends to register said fictitious seal of said court on Sept. 14, morning at 8 am. at the afternoon from Detroit visited his parents Mr. and p.m.Off 100 Weet on B.I... or more. Phone Erb A

'made application to the name under the of 1976. Gilbert S. Brown church. Choir Practice 7 p.m. Michiga n where he attended a Mrs. Arlie Dobbs Sunday Highway I 1-2 ..lie.. All Roberto, Inc., GelneivQIe,

I Bradford County Zoning Board aforesaid statute. provisions As Clerk of said Court and United MYF at 8 p.m. at Class Reunion. They will afternoon. kind of It..... 964-8991 I 3764888. tfeh!! l0/7

for reclassification of the G.K. Ely owner. By: Marion McRaeAs the church on Wednesday. return to Tampa on Sunday Miss Glen Ann Crews of tpd 10/7
I property described below from perk Highland Baptist: Sunday afternoon. Wauchula PORTABLE SKATING
this 16 day of spent Friday
and isop.ratia.
niA to ORlocated School 10 am Worship Miss Elizabeth Terry Complete
9/16/ 4
September. A.D. 1976 at tchg 1017 afternoon with her Located InKeyatone.
Serivces 11 a m. and 7 p.m. visited her sister Mrs. C.E. FOR SALE. Yamaha elee-
Starke Florida -------------- grandmother Mrs. C.R. Phone 4733535.
one ((1)) mile South of Prayer Meeting Wednesday at Strickland of Gainesville Ironic .to,. organ, eseellentcondition .
9/164 tp 107NOTICE / Crews. 10/7 2tpd '!/.14
Hwy 100 at intersection of 7:30: p.m.Laura Wednesday to Friday. While cover secluded1200 .
Spcedville Road and Rd. 21 B. in IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Baptist Church: there Miss Terry visited with Mrs. Selita Lee and / ..,otlabl.. Call 864-
Section 23 B OF INTENTIONTO EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF School her Mrs. Joe Michelle of 5875: _alter 4. Upd FIREWOOD OAK OR
Township South Sunday 9:45: a.m. nieces Bason Jacksonville PINE Delivered or picked-.
Range 22 East. Twelve ((12)) REGISTER FLORIDAIN Worship Services 11 a.m. and and Mrs. Don Parceluzzi. visited Mr. and Mrs. Gene up. Phono 782-3422. I tpd

icres to allow normal farming FICTITIOUS NAME AND FOR BRADFORD 7:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting Mrs. Woody Wester was their Pearson Sunday afternoon of NEXT AUCTION Ion_
.liberations. Pursuant to Section 865.09 COUNTYCIVIL Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. Wednesday evening dinner last week. Construction Equipment!
Saturday, November 20th.
Florida Statutes notice is :Nurthside' Baptist: Sunday guest. Mrs. Lucille T. Ivey CiO for consignment Into. LAND FOR SALE 13

I This change in classification is hereby given that the JOE HOLLAND and ESSIE School 10( a.m. Worship Kevin and Daren Williams attended the homecoming NE Fl.. Equipment Auction, acne o. Morgan Rood.

subject, to a public hearing to beheld undersigned Faye King Route 2, HOLLAND his wife Plaintiffsvs. Services 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. sons of Mr. and Mrs. RonaldG. clelebratlon honoring Green Covo Spring, 284- Phone 964-7942 nr 9648100.

on Tuesday October 26 Box 74 F. Starke Florida 32091 Prayer Meeting Wednesday at Williams returned home Franklin C. Smith Junior 5977.. 10/7...Ztthg!! 10/J4 Y 1t.l.127!
1976 at 7.30 p.m., in the County doing business under the firm ROSETTA RUTHERFORD 24 7:30: p.m. Saturday from Bradford Warden of the Masons in

Commission Room in the name of "FAYE'S III BEAUTY Arch Street New Haven Smjrna :Missionary Baptist County Hospital where they Palatka at the St. Johns USED FURNITURE GARAGE SALE -

i Bradford County Courthouse.At SALON." intends to register Connecticut Defendant Church: Sunday School 10 had their tonsils out Friday.Mr. River Junior College French Provincial LR Couch Saturday 9-5. 7 mike South

I this time all persons said fictitious name under the CASE NO. 76-295 a.m. Morning Service 11 a.m. and !Mrs. Lonnie Teston Saturday night. Mr. Frank IZ5i 1 Choir 135| I Choir ol Storke on SR 100. Yellow
I provisions of aforesaid statute. NOTICE OF SUIT $25 2 Single Bed with oak home on left. Itpd..10/7.
'interested shall be heard for or and B.T.S. 5:43: : p.m. Evening were Monday overnight Herndon Mr. and Mrs. Lee
against the proposal as Faye King owner. PROPERTYTO Service 7 p.m. Prayer guests of their mother Mrs. Taylor and Mr. and Mrs. headboardi, $15 eachtNotching ,
Chest of d..n. MOWER
specified in the Zoning Code of Dated this 30th day of : YOU ARE HEREBY Meeting Wednesday at 7:30: Wordie Melton and brother Lloyd A. Wilkersons of $23. Family Room Couch and (350 1.3 HP Bench Grinder
A.D. 1976 NOTIFIED that an action to
Bradford County. September at William of Maxville also attended the
p.m. Harris Ocoee. Choir Set. (50. Phone 964- (40; Blacksmith Anvil -
L M james Starke Florida. vacate and set a side a Deed St. Johns Missionary They also visited their Celebration.The 78Z4.ltpIO/7:! (35; Spray Gun power .....

A R. Kiefer Chairman _9304 chfl 10"21 conveying 'the following Baptist Church: Sunday brother-in-law and sister Mr. off operated brand new -
------------- property in BRADFORD County, Rev. and Mrs. Fonzo FOR SALE: Mob o .bome Cei* 75. Assorted Toolo. New.
Bradford County Zoning Board School 10 a.m. The Rev. Willie and Mrs. C. H. Brown and
Lot 3 of block of (9}..._.Few.late ttH available
Florida 36
: treated 10.18' 10.IZ'IO.IO'
Orevatt of and pool -
I 1 tp 10/7 Huffman pastor. Church daughter while there. Starke Mr.
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO and Truby and hi .".... oubdvWono. Ph. 46* .
REGISTER Uvingston School 10 a.m. each Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Vogler Mrs. Buddy Eurie of Miami 1551. drag Bargain Route I.
subdivision of the NE Box 112 100
company with Supt. Chris Hamilton. and daughters of New Smyrna were Saturday guests of Mr. Highway Eoat
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT F NAME 1.4 of the NE 1-4 Section 28, SI..... Itpd 10/7
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF Pursuant! to Section 86509 Church Service is at 11 a.m. Beach spent Saturday with and Mrs. Carl Prevatt on
6 22
South REN'T.
Township Range and 3 pm. on Second and their parents Mr. and Mrs. Saturday afternoon. Gene FOR SALE OR No
Statues notice is hereby East Less the East ((2)) feet -
; two qualifying, 1974. :24 m 88
Donn of Starke and
IN AND FOR BRADFORD gven that the undersigned John of lot number 3 of block 36 in Fourth Sundays. Prayer Bandat Doc Mosley. Johnny mobile homo. 3 BR. 2 both Pull type, .."-co.hlaed.
E. and Mary B. Cressman P.O. Starke Florida. has been filed noon Mondays. Bible Class Mr. and Mrs. News and Thompson of Melbourne were private lot 4 milea eoulh of itove refrigerator heaters

COUNTYCIVIL ACTION Box 22 Raifcrd Fla. 32083.! 3 ROSETTA and Prayer Meeting Skeeter Prevatt of Starke Sunday afternoon guests of Starke. off" 301. 11.000 down aleepo. 6. Phone 4311518.
against you
CASE No. 76 276 icing business under the firm RUTHERFORD and are Wednesday at 5:30: p.m. Choir were Tuesday guests of Mr. the Prevails. or rent 1195 month. Coll Make Offer Itch.L.'n!'

IN RE: The adoption of LISA rame of "TACKLE BOX", 941 required to serve a you of Rehearsal 6 p.m. onThursdals. and Mrs. Carl Prevail. Mrs* Joyce Futch of CeineoviDo 3751120. He tig
copy your
Mrs. Brad and Blackshear Ga. stopped by CLAIROL'S DIRECT
MARIE MALLORY a minor N. Tempe Starke Fla. 32091. Gayle Todor
written defenses if any to it, on
BY MICKEY MALLORY her mends to register said fictitious the plaintiff's"" attorney whose Scott of Orange Park were for a short visit with her TOR SALEi Form A Coimetlee Dlvlolon.
SCHOOL :NEWS' Saturday evening dinner sister Miss Elizabeth Terry LUZIER needs lalei persona
Stepfather Defendant rame under the of conilructlon meeh-equlp-vo-
provisions and address is Mack S.
NOTICE OF SUIT aforesaid statute. name Futch P.O. Drawer 1030, The Third and Fifth grade guests of their parents Mr. Sunday afternoon.Mrs. hide. Open Monday tbro to train for conaultont. NO.

NO PROPERTY John E. and Mary BCressman classes will be taking the and Mrs. Fred Moore. C.R. Crews Mrs. Saturday, 8:30 to 6. Co.IIa..I. .- territory good commlailon.Phone
Starke Florida 32091 and file 964-5616 10/7 2tpd
Florida Statewide AssessmentTest Mrs. Truman Norman went Hazel Bradley and Corky welcome Northeast -
owners. the original with the clerk of the
YOU ARE HEREBY Dated this 23rd day o' on October 12 13 and 14. with her cousins, IWr. and Mrs. visited Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Florida EquipmentAuction. : _
above styled court on or before US17. North
NOTIFIED:: that an action for September, A.D. 1976 a October 15, 1976: otherwise a Reports to parents will be 'Lonnie Teston to Ocoee and Clayton and Tommy f Green Covo Sprl..., 2845977. RCA CABINET
issued when the results was a Monday overnight guestof Jacksonville Sunday. All of
Adoption has been filed against Starke Ronda. are tfehg TELEVISION -
you Joseph Edward Mann and 4tchg9.23-10-14 judgement may for be the entered relief available in November.The her aunts Mrs. Gara them attended the Shrine tAAAAA*. ...............* Block/White; End Tablen

you are required to serve a copy against demanded you in the complaint ex- King and Queen Contestin Dorman and Mrs. Leila Pevey Circus on Sunday afternoon. FOR SALE:: 38 Stub me hud. Real Bargain. Phone !964-

it your written defenses it any I underway at Lawtey with of Ocoee. Her sister, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny gun K&22 hand. gun 124.95.25 606T.. :_ltpd_10/T
petition. the to be announced Fladys visited her Kenkins and son of Calahanwere automatic
'o .it. on the plaintiff's attorney PUBLIC NOTICEA WITNESS hand and the winner Harvey gone
my to the Halloween while there. Sunday overnight guestsof Datum Dlaoouot. tfchg. RUMMAGE SALE -
whose name and address is public meeting will be held seal of said Court Sept. 14. prior
George H Pierce Pierce & Tuesday October 12 1976 at 1976. on Carnival. Sincere sympathy ot the their mother, Mrs. O.J. October 748, Thursday A
7:30 in Students and adults who extended to the Anders.Mr. Friday. 406! S. Cherry St.,
Hardy. PO. Drawer 1030 : p m. the County Gilbert S. Brown community is FOR SALE Swimming. .pooVoocrtBee.
Marke,from 9 .....to 4
Commission want to attend the Patrick due to the l
Starke. Florida 32091. and file, meeting room in on a-Iq OMonotocturer
the original with the clerk of the the Bradford County courthouse As By Clerk Marion of said McRaeAs Court October 20 can purchases accidental death of their son, and Mrs. Dempsey ADd dfetrimitor h..b'missm. p.m. __,... ,,_ Itpd. loll

before to begin work on : tickets at the school. Pricesare Mike Saturday night. Walker and family Loree and rectangular... took left over from
above styled court on or a
Deputy Clerk CORNER: ; BED
Walker of Jacksonvillewere 1975 _. GROUP:
Doug 1/2 -
$1.50 for children and $2.50 Ben McDulley went to Erie price, guaranteed
for the
Ncivwnbw 5. 19/6 otherwise a comprehensive plan
9/16 4 tchg 10/7/ |12 bed, comer table' 3
dinner guests of their kuUHalion said term.
be entered unincorporated areas of for adults. Proceeds go to the Tenn., to spend Thursday to
lodgement may Coll .....-. Joduonvllle bolateril (55. Cuatommade -
parents Mr. and Mrs. Lester dayo or
against you for the relief Bradford County and the Bradford High. School Band Sunday with his mother Mrs. Walker and evening. 904-3SN4103.! dcilc.WATtON'S ping-pong table, extra
family Sunday.
demanded in the complaint or municipalities of Brooker. Boosters. Blanche Lamb to help her ilurdy (40; D..... Form
Pastor Jim Hall attended
and celebrate her birthday. a adjustable18 Electric Ice
petition Hampton Lawtey. NOTICE HOUSE OF ;
WITNESS my hand and the The public is invited to attend. Mark V. Olin, has made PERSONALS:' Mr. and Mrs. Lester Walker United Methodist Men'sHetreat VACUUMS;, : Many bnodo. of Cream Maker 19;
Mrs. Lester Don of Dot and went to Leesburg Fridayand Complete Wlme-Making Kit.
seal of said Court on September This notice is published the Bardford nan. family Lebanon new vacuum. Used muhinee'available.
78 1976 pursuant of Florida Statutes application to for Ala. spent Monday evening Tenn., to attend the funeral of Saturday. Expert Repoin el $5. Phone 431-1 t09 l Itpd
Gilbert, S. BrownAs 163 170 ((3)) County Zoning with :Mr. and Mrs. Carl their brother Larry Steele Mr. and Mrs. Richard Dyeof make Porte and eeceoourleo for 10/7. _______
reclassification of the property Prevail Other guests were Sept. 22. They stayed over a Gainesville were Saturday oil.. vacuum.. Butt-In central.
Clerk of said Court
9302tchg107NOTICE / described below from R1A \to :Mr. and :Mrs Charlie few days after the funeral. dinner guests of their aunt. vacuum deonina. ; .,...._. 4N TRAVEL TRAILER 19'
Beulah M.
By. Moody -------------- BA & BRLocated Williams and sons of Slarke Mr. and Mrs. C.A. North Miss Arthurine Blanchard.Mr. NW iota A.... Gaimn A.. 316-' Sell-contnlned. air
As Deputy Clerk ((1)) mile 7110. tfchg. conditioned sleeps 4. Very
one and Mrs. Lindsay of
and :Miss Dean Donn of and family of Jacksonville
10 7 4tchg 10 28 OF INTENTIONTO Northwest of Starke at the Maryland were guests of their good condition. (1,000. Coll

REGISTER intersection of Hwy. 100 and Rd. Starke. spent Sunday afternoon with son and daughter-in-paw Mr. FOR SALEi Deluxe 94489$3..: "!tima' _1} d..IOn!
:Mr. and Mrs Waldo their mother Mrs. Edith
NOTICEE FICTITIOUS NAME 100A in Section 30, Township 6 and Mrs. Thomas Lindsay and Aluminum |IMI| aboveground
Pursuant to Section 866.09 South. Range 22 East eleven Pnngle of Worthington Swinney. iwlmmlng ....112115| | REGISTERED PIT
family recently.Mr. .
Springs were Tuesday dinner Mrs. Maxie Reddish of State 2-t and IS BULLDOG ..1.. (125.
Florida Statutes notice is x x 33 complete I
D Allen has made ((11)) acres, to operate an and Mrs. Ricky Wolfe,
12 HP
of their and her Wleconam
Mrs. Farm
hereby that the guests sister parents Mr. year old, repot lened.Sacrifice motor -
application to the Bradford given electrical and plumbing supply are spending some time with (65
Richard, and Myrtle Pierce Crews.. and Mrs. Les McClellan 1/2 price. Call ; more,
County Zoning Board for undersigned store and a convenience store. :Miss Elizabeth Terry and visited their mother Mrs. their parents Mr. and Mrs. collect 904-398-5874. tfchg green $30O; GoCorl. frame
P.O. Box 1426
reclcissificiition! of the property Rogers This change in classification is :Miss Arlhurine Blanchard Julia Hall of Hyde Park Manuel Stephens of Starke.Senior (25; Trombone 180.
described below from EA Keystone Heights Fla.. 32656 subject to a public hearing to be 9848993-_ Itpd_1017?
doing business under the firm held Tuesday October 26. LOT FOR SALE 2 mllee
I Exclusive! Agriculture) to OR on
of "RICHARD'S BURGER .from city Umite, 2 bike. off
IOin Rural) name 1976 at 7:30: p.m., in the County COWS Selling Santo
located two ((2)) miles Southout HUTT." Keystone Heights Fla, Commission Room in the '-O4741 4l1! 14.. Citizens ... ., boded Rolferd lot Rd.with 16.taU Clear. Gertrudle and Brogue 3

of Hampton on Rd. 325 on 32656 intends to register said Bradford County Courthouse.At sad bock exit plnee.Front with yoar-old cow, bred to

the West side of highway 'in fictitious name under the this time all persons Fifty Senior Citizens Clubs employes at age 65. and Eva Clark. Many happy curvorti. Dry location. 100' bull.Angui-Lunmoalne Call 9644420, alter croaeed' <6
Section 31, Township 7 South provisions of aforesaid statute. interested shall be heard for or from 16 counties. Region 3, 7. Housing Finance Act to return! well. Zoned mobile home or .... IIpd 10/7

Rciiuie, 22 East to allow one ((1)) Richard, and Myrtle Rogers against the proposal as have been invited to attned a aid finance housing for low One moment of silent conveotlooal bo.... 13300ceeh.

acre lots' joint owners. specified in the Zoning Code of one-day Legislative and middle income persons. prayer was observed for 431.1193 9/30 2 tcbg GARAGE SALE Corner

This change in classification is Dated this 30th day of Bradford County. Conference on Aging from 9 This conference will search repose of the souls of Marion Ion Walnut A Madison Sti., next

subject to a public hearing to be September. A D., 1976 at L.M. Gaines Director a m. to 4 p.m. at the Pratt ways of ending the crippling Driscoll and Ernest to Badcoch'o. Saturday,

held on Tuesday October 26. Starke Florida. A.R. Kiefer Chairman Street Recreation Center on cost of housing energy food Bonawandt former club FOR SALE MI.eIo...., October 9th itortlng 8

1976 at 7 30 p.m., in the County 9304tchg10-21( Bradford County Zoning Board October 19. and health care by electing treasurer. May they rest in Strawberry Plant on Itchg a.m.X07! !

Commission Room in the 1 tchg 10-7( U.S. Senators Richard Stone good candidates for Presidentand peace. Boylei. Highway IP bock of

Bradford County Courthouse.At IN THE CIRCUIT COURT and Lawton Chiles plus State the U.S. Senate. We will Many things are happening Boyleee Church. Phone USED WIZARD OIL

this time all persons EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. Senators Bob Saunders and examine the records ofFlorida's in our community which need Horace 10/7 Knowleo, 9644469 1 HEATER with itoveplpe.

,interested shall be heard for or OF FLORIDA Kenneth II. McKay and State Congressmen and our attention. Come join us tp 964-5169(40 or make offer. Phone

against the proposal as INAND FOR BRADFORD IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Representatives Frank help elect good men to the and help organize for better Itpd 10/7

specified in the Zoning Code of FOR BRADFORD COUNTY Williams Sidney Martin Wm.C. office of Treasurer and Public living conditions. FOR SALE IRISH INTERIOR A
Bradford County COUNTYCIVIL ACTIONIN FLORIDAIN Andrews. Sherrill (Pete) Service Commission. Eighty- Next meeting October 12 at SETTER PUPPY female, PAINT reg. (4.95. new

L.M. Games RE: HARRINGTON Skinner and Gene /Hodges four very enthusiastic 1 p.m. at the Pratt Street ARC already. "wormed. 12 42.89: ; Aluminum Point ,...

A R Kiefer Chairman CHANDLER AND ALTEMEASET. PROBATE have been asked to attend. delegates attended our last Center. week old. Call otter 5, 964- (729, now (5.75 Other

Bradford County Zoning Board CHANDLER HIS WIFE CASE NO. 306-CP File No. 1- Here are some of) the bills conference in March of this -Joe Kerrigan 8709. 21p 9/30-10/7 point on lake. 1-2- PVC Pipe

1 tchg 10.7 Plaintiff 2526IN passed at the 1976 Legislative 8 cento per ft.; 3.." PC

vs- RE: The Estate of FREDDIE session that were. urged by the year.Miss Peggy Cullen of the JAM SWAP SHOP FOR SALESTRAWBERRY Pip., 10 rests per ft.; PVC
ROSCOE BELLAMY and ROSA Congress of Senior Citizens of Starke Guidance Clinic met PLANTS. up t.4"| ABS up to 4". New
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO CHARLES KLEIN a-k-a 301 N. In Lawtey Florid 90'.. Call Leon Bathtub, 59.95 New
Florida and its affiliates
LEE BELLAMY his wife and : with us and will attend our
REGISTER CHARLES F. KLEIN Deceased. 782-3230 Starl'og' 782-3310 or Edwin Co..mod.., (39.50.BARGAIN .
FICTITIOUS NAME SOUTHERN DISCOUNT CO. of NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONTO 1. Eyeglass Bill allowing meetings in an advisory Used furniture dishes Starling 782 4066, L..to,. CENTER
advertise '
Starke Defendant ALL WHOM IT MAY opticians to prices. capacity. clothes tools Stab. 9/30-10/28 301 South
Pursuant fishing
Section 865
to 09 2. Health Care Cost Bill Get-well cards and
NOTICE OF SUIT CONCERN: Letters of and lots tfnchg. 10/7
Florida equipment more.
Statutes notice is controlling the cost of health wishes sent to Flossie
Administration have been issuedto
hereby given that the Just like a garage sale every Per Sale Coaitol Bermuda
undersigned Stuart Wishart : ROSCOE BELLAMY RICHARD E. WELTY 114 N. care. Prescott for her speedy day except Tues.. Wed. and lie,, ".50 bole. 4681985tfchj FURNITURE Rockingebaire .
Address Unknown Walnut Street P.O. Box 995 3. Generic Drug Bill, recovery to good health. Sun. (18.95 Bar' Stooli,
Route 1 1. Boo 294E Starke YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat Starke Florida. 32091 to act as allowing pharmacists to We are amazed by reports 7.95; Slot Sent Chain;

FlorKld inner thelirm' 32091 name doing of business"STU'S an action to Foreclose a Personal Representative in the substitute "chemicalequivalent" of the rip-off in home repairs We buy, sell & trade F.r Sole Liquid chickenfertOlxor Living Room Suite. ((129J5:
Mortgage on the following( above-captioned Estate. drugs instead of experienced by some of our (10/ton. 6 ten. to Living Room
SERVICE. in BRADFORD County brand name drugs members. Watch out for thse the truck. Delivered ondeprood (109.95 Like new."
property 1
Stdike. Florida 32091. intends tchg rebuilt mattreii/box
5. Displaced Homemaker chiselers and be sure .. W.A.
Florida: All having claims or you .
persons 448.195 pring*. (59.95 let love
said fictitious per ;
lo register' name PrevaCt.
A Portion of the SW 1.4 of the demands against the said Estate Act assisting widows to know who you're doing Hampton, wale droooere cbeit of
uiHli'r' the of aforesaid Flo tfchgFOR
si.itute provisions SW1-4of Section 22, Township must file them with GILBERT S. retrained in order to obtain business with before you sign draw.,, ,rofrlgerotor and

Stuart Wishart. 6 South Range 22 East as more BROWN Clerk of Circuit Court. employment. any contracts. ate"" ..
owner. described and P.O. Drawer B Starke Florida 6. Mandatory Retirement Happy birthdays were Joe BARGAIN CENTER
Dated this 30th 'ofSeptember particularly SALE 5 aod 7.10.ern
A D 1976 attached hereto.Commence 32091. within three ((3)) calendar Act eliminating forced Stein Ed Roberts Joanne Green'sLawn .. Highway 100. Call 301 South

Surke, Florida at at the Southwest months from the date of the first retirement for government Christiansen Bill Bradley 9647635. 4tchg 9/3O-10/21 tfnchg.. 10/7.

corner of Southwest Quarter of publication of this Notice.All Bm
9304tchg1021PUBLIC Southwest Quarter (ISW1-4 of HOUSES FOR SALE
to the
SW 1-4)), Section 22, Township persons of objecting the Personal SERVICE MEN Serlin 1.PATIO COVER

NOTICE 6 South Range 22 East and run qualifications Inotalled 118600 mOnotoOedI140j0a FOR SALEFURNISHED -
thence North a distance of 500 Representative or to the venue Otter Mofaflo HomoSorvte MOBILE
The School Board of Bradford feet run thence Easterly a or jurisdiction of the Court must :Maj. Thomas Dyal A 1958! graduate of Bradford *. 3724757. tfchg. HOME 10 a 55. Front

County Starke Florida will holda distance of 50 feet more or less file their objections with thedet'k. At W right-Patterson County High School!, the major Year Around Service. Yard Kit...... 2 Bedroom. Call

Public Hearing on the to the Easterly right of way line as mentioned in the DAYTON, Ohio Now received his bachelor's degree 4734237.. _
Rule proceeding paragraph within serving at Wright-Patterson in in 1963 from the Clean-Outs Mowing.
Proposed Changes which of Old Road and of engineering
Lawtey point
include Rule Series 1000: three (13)) calendar months from AFB Ohio with an Air Force University of Florida and was Mal le Home Port FOR SALE OR RENT t
up beginning. Command Unit Edging Lawn Sweeping.Also oad. ......... OUVS MOBILE br." block- ..... m
and including Rule Series 4000 the first publication of this Systems is!\ commissioned in 1964 upon HOME SALES. city,
Hwy. W. Phono
at 6 p.m. October 18. 1976 in From point of beginning thus Notice. Major Thomas B. Dyal son of completion of Officer Training Fertilize Lawn And Storfco. 9844600. trahg. tchg 9444262 9644417

the School Board Room of the described run Easterly along the Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel Dyal School!, Lackland AFB Tex. Flowers.
County School Administrative Northerly right of way line of The first publication -of this of Hampton Fla His wife the former

Offices at 582 North Temple Lamar Street a distance of 100 Notice on the Seventh day of Major Dyal a. B-52 Lynette R. Skidmore is the FOR SALE M09fR roc' ; SALC? 4 1st/

Avenue. Stark, Florida. thence Northerly and October 1976.RICHARD Stratofortress modificationprogram : daughter of Mrs. Betty Phone 964-7844 Lettering .--salask..rtor...
feet run
with OM Lawtey Road adistance E. WELTY Personal manager, previously Skidmore of 276 E. Edgemontwas Gold. Sticker. ....cOo ..... ft... ........ .....
parallel Representative assigned at Vandenberg Bernardino Calif. Free Estimate nd template.. At The Offle wl.. l irepsaw. s.BNS -
Copies of these Rule 100 feat thence Drive. San
C proposed of run 10/72 10/14 Calif. S.... .sk. 16d.
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II BHS Boys' Cross Country WinsBradford Tiger JV's Seek Return To Win Trail ThursdayUnion

High's boys cross Johnny Tatum took third for an eighth place finish in a,, M County High's Hawthorne got the'ball back the Tigers never got the ball
country team evened up its place for the Tornadoes in the the Individual standings, A varsity football Tigers Tiger fourth quarter with less than one minute back as Hornet JV used up the
record at one and one for the Tuesday meeting with PKY, the 40 runner field. deep in their own clock.
among look for a return to the remaining in the contest and
current season, with a 22.38 Ricky Johns finished fourth, Tatum and Cooper also set up Hawthorne's
trail ,
P.K. Yonge last tonight following score of last week's IY2 ...
victory over and William Cooper participated in the St. Joseph "-
6-14 setback
Thursday afternoon, but second 22nd fv which broke a 6-6
completed the through Indivitational finishing P Hawthorne, when they tan
slipped to 1-2 Tuesday fifth place sweep for the BHS and 38th respectively. with the Santa Fe High period deadlock.' Hornets broke REGULAR ;
afternoon with a dual meet Buchholz
team. The strong cross
lobs, 45-17, to Buchholz. Only four BHS runners country team took eight of the varsity on the Raider scoring ice in last week's .
field in
Brian Whitney paced the participated in last Tuesday'smeet top ten places in the individual 54 home the contest in early third POTATOES
BHS team to the High Springs area. action, when a Hornet
cross country and the Tornadoes were standings in downing the BHS
win over the visiting PKY tagged with an additional squad Tuesday afternoon and Following the loss slipped past Tiger
last )M
squad in 17:53 time for last in the Tornadoes again Hawthorne week to haul In a long
turning a : eight points place were M *
JV head Coach Carl Drake
for the three mile event heldat the individual standings. hurt by the lack !of a fifth man. for the score. 10Lb. 79
the Starke Golf and Country BHS runners participatedon r Hawthorne's slim
Whitney turned in the best r changes in anticipation point lead evaporated later
Club course for a second place an individual basis in the
finish in the individual St. Joseph's Invitational meet time for the BHS team during j; + b tonight's meeting with same period when Tiger
standings last Saturday, with Whitney Tuesday's meet against Raiders. running back David Blount VINE RIPE
The BHS win came on team again providing the top Buchholz, covering the three Coach Drake says much pay dirt for the score from
depth against PKY as performance among the three mile course at Santa Fe the Tiger JV offensive unit yards out, evening up the TOMATOES39C
Tornado harriers crossed the BHS runners competing. Community College in just been shifted to defense for at that point 66.
Raider contest, in effort
finish line in order to capturethe Whitney turned in a 17.58: an
third through fifth place effort over the difficult three over 18 minutes. His time for give more speed to \ the fourth
behind Whitney mile course in St. Augustine the event, 18:08: was good fora .J defensive alignment.The Hornet JV score,
fourth place finish in the Tiger JV squad moved the ball Lb.
expects Santa Fe's Raiders to the Hawthorne
Scott Allen Wins individual Tatum also standings.earned a spot .' be "as tough or tougher" line, but the scoring
the Hornets of ended when the Tigers SWEET
among the top ten finishers inTuesday's
I 7)A
who handed his squad to pick the
meet with a ninth up necessary
District PP&KMeetScott place effort. Johns and Barry Brian Whitney first loss in three outings down yardage on a fourth POTATOESl5CLb.
the current
Thomas finished 12th and 13th season passing attempt. '"
Allen of Starke, in his category and will not be respectively.Coach .
winner in the 12-year-old able to advance to the regional Grover Howard's gits
category of last week's Punt, meet. Slocum finished first in BHS cross country team RecreateWOMEN'S on News ;
Pass and Kick district meet in both the local and zone meets continues invitational and JFLORIDA
Jacksonville, will compete in with adjusted total distancesof dual meet competition this : : : Current standings the Cowboys meeting the
the regional meet in Tampa 178 and 230 feet, week, traveling to LEAGUE two weeks of play are: at 3:30: and the
October 24. Jacksonville Saturday to Women's singles tennis Johnson 4-0, Loretta taking on the FRUIT
Allen, son of Mr and Mrs. "', I., I participate in the Lee league action continued this Phyllis Huggins, at 4:30.: .
Bobby Allen of Saratoga j 1 Invitational and meeting past Tuesday,Oct.5, with four Costello and Ella Cooney, league began play WHITE GRAPEFRUIT .
Heights,had an adjusted total Ocala Vanguard in Ocala on participants completing eight 2-1; Sandi Bach 2-2; Sept. 28, with the ,
distance of 295 feet in the three reBPectivellV.
Tuesday. second round matches.Tuesday's Gruen and Barbara defeating the
phase competition to placefirst ; 'i,. results are: both 1.2: and Bobbie 6-2, and the Dolphins
among five entrants in Phyllis Huggins 8-2 over Ella Chaff and Diane Beattie, the Raiders, 7-6, in
his category. Allen turned in a Cooney Kandy Costello 8.1 Games played 3/5c3
116-foot pass in winning the over Diane Beattie, Sandi 03.Women's tennis Sept. 30, saw the FOOD I
district meet and kicked the Sports telecaster: "We the
rP'l Bach 8.2 over Donna Gruen, action continues squeak by
football 101 feet. His punt was interrupt your marriage to .. Faye Johnson 8.1 over Tuesday, Oct. 12. 13-12, and the Steelers STAMPS
78 feet. &... bring (you the football Barbara Starnar, Ella Cooney the Dolphins 260.
The reraa Wineet, to be season.' 8.1 over Bobbie Faye Chaff standing through SATSUMAS&
held duriAg halftime of the { -Bit Kecme. Register and Loretta Ross 8.2 over Diane; BANTAM; LEAGUE FLAG September 30 games are: WELCOME oog
October 24 Miami Dolphin- Tribune Syndicate Beattie Kandy Costello 8-4 FOOTBALL 2-0, Cowboys and
Tampa Bay Bucs game in .)0"""'" over Phyllis Huggins and Bantam League both 1-1; and the g TANGELOS 49CNorman's
Tampa Stadium, will pit first t'r Faye Johnson 8-0 over Sandi Football continues 02.
place winners from all district Bach. afternoon (Thursday Oct. ) of the Tuesday, Oct.
meets in Florida Contestantswill ? 5 games, which had the
be outfitted in NFL team \ "'L.. Cowboys meeting the Farm
uniforms, although they Dolphins and the Raiders
haven't been told which ones The Starke taking on the Steelers, were
Dairy Queen'sNew
yet Another Starke youth Dainj not available at press time. Produce Market

entered in the district meet in Scott Allen displays first Queen MEN'S: FLAG FOOTBALL
Jacksonville last weekend 10- place trophy won in District Manager Says, Starke Recreation
year-old Dwayne Slocum, lost I'P&K competition. Department's 1976 men's flag 617 N. Temple
football league kicks off at
Our Big Brazier And French Fries raver Southside ElementarySchool's 964-6O71
athletic field at 1:30:
this Sunday afternoon. Five Open Mon-Sat
teams form the league this

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" NEARLY NEW 4 Bedroom --------------

3 Bath, concrete block home WILL BABY SIT for any "age SARAH COVENTRY UNITED FARM Floriland Realty
with 9.64 acre. In city limits. chid In my home. 9W-6821. TRAIN NOW Chrlstmaa FOR RENT Kitchenetterooms AGENCY. INC.
tlchg. totally tdrolihed.Temple c42an C .arson 10 20 -
A rare find nl a reaeonable Sales. Car & telephone acrea percent J
Call Motel 880/ North downs Sal mODtlll
price. Mr.
Brannen 964- necessary, Call Erma Johns, Registered Real REAL ESTATE
6449 or Mr. H.aen Temple Avenue, Phone 9647357. ,
6729. 2tchg 19/7.10/14 813-646- ----------- 964-8483.:. _4tchg9/23.10/14. :-_.Ztp 9/30-10/7, !? Estate Broker ;;;:r----v-: --;--- trtuilltJlllR<Y

TRAILER--1270----------....: ANONYMOUS ALCOHOLICS: Succeed Prefer WANTEDt Accountant. FOR RENT 12 60 Fred Sackett Like new, 24 x 60 (;
1973 some .
living for college background
model central heat & people' who want to In Mobile Home on shaded lot. Broker wide MH CH&A, 3 BR
air STOP
nothing down. Take drinking and SAY 10,. Call 4733360.accounting, typ WP.I accept 1 child and/or 1 U.S. 301Hampton bathe. LR, DR lam R..

payment of SI36.79 up Sunday"topped.8:00 Meeting: Thur. A- -------- lfcbg' pot Call!.964.8498'.......lip.9/30. ,Fla. KUo, storage bldgs. G9.
p.m. 9615709. oak. shaded lot .
monthly I Phone 9648235. 9645431. 6/24 12tp 10/9 Phone -- -,...-..,....
Itpd 101MOBILE WANTED Used refrigerators 964-6522 Klngeley Lake $ -
-- FOR RENT 12 ft. ...ICIamobile :;
-------- ,washers,and staves In
home outeldo
------- city
------ good condition. Call Dah- Unchg 10.7IIf11IACRw. SR 100-8 neat 1450.q. ft.
bedroom 11.2 HlIE.le.n.! ; 3 BILLS SAW SHOP: Complete mere Discount 9647923. tin Umita. 964-6114 or 4734777.tfchg I BR CB homo on 3.2 ...
Bath LR & .could be
Kitchen sharpening service circular ------------ a.
Phone 9646861.Furnished nicely hand carbide, chain, mower .BR.qlie: Se. p. 36 x On REAL ESTATE
Ion 3tpd blade hollow WANTED: Farm & garage wired 220
toreNEW/ construction FOR RENT 2
balanced. Leave mach-equlp-ve- Bedroom 138,900.
----- ------- Building Supply, Starke at Jackson hicles. Let us sell your furnished mobile home In _ of a beautiful lawn? Or the
HI/ME-Keystone stone Heights tfchg. or Key surplus for you Open Lawtey... C.117823808tkbg!! 2 BR frame, stove & .. trees It's hard to put an
Area-Just completed. 3 Monday thru Saturday, 8:30to carport & utility $ it.msbuf you can be lure that

Air.Bedroom Convenient 2 Buh.CK location.Heat & 10 a 20 PATIO COVERS: Homes" Equipment: 6. Northeast Auction.Florida US-17' MOBILE HOME12x602bedroom terms _ established greenery will be

Adam, 4732056 or73.\ and mobile homes 'UNO/ North Green Cove Spring. ,furnished. 1-2 milo 2 BR frame 1 acre more than undeveloped
Installed tl 10 south of Starke on 301. No l
4078./ tfnchg 10/7 uninstalled 2815971. tfchg 7,500
GATOR MOBII: HOME! "SERVICE pet. Phone 964-6181. Itpd [ u.,5115Tanla _ the many considerations the
---- --- --. a>. Ph. 372767. Gables. SIPPLV&INTEN4NIE 10/7 ... .... ...._. ....n .
8.7 acres, SR 100 $ must make when looking for
HOUSE 3 Bedroom. 2 vOle tI..... M \ :< CIERK -- CLOa1Oa : _ owned home.

Bath Central Hut and Air ------- Military experience 5 ......up term. Is qualified to assess these and
lor sale by owner. Phone preferred Apply National CARKKH _ which must be taken.. Into

9648867... .. 1017. ....2tp-d 10/11 Guard Armory, 720
cleared $
: MOBILE HOME!MOVING: Aba Edwards: Rd., Starke Itpd OPPORTUNITY' 10 acne ca II or come by and we will be
tnobde hume hurrkmne( anchor 10/7 II 150 Week Start - in reaching these important
BRICK HOME! 5 Acres SR 225 East
mil end mobile home roof coatIng ---- ---- Plus Commission
Bedroom Kit. 2 Bath LR DR (Nina MOBILE: Home Ser WE BUY OUT Bonus! -Paid Vacation 3BR. LR. DR, Lg. Fame, Lawtey $7,500
one acre. In Key.tone - -
vice. !9M-560A. St. Rd. 16W & HOISEIIOLDS AlsodiHcards Room Fireplace oo 20
Area. 119,500. (H&A. Excellent: Training 10 A. SR 230 E & ..
All toys, etc. Good with barn )
Jet. 233 Stark. lie. tfchgSFWING Graham area
Else: Phone 4732164. 10/7 2 conditions, W.A. Scales, ProgramCall Term Rd. wood from homes The ultimate 2200 sq. ft. all

IFd-.!IO/N----! ___ ---- Keystone Heights, 473.4233. 964-7914 - $22.000 DR Kitchen 4 Bedrooms two

: : MACHINES' repaired, 1 tchg!L 10/7 _______ Before 10 a.m. Hampton Lake beautiful - fully carpeted CH&A. Paved
FOR SALE TWO all maker cleaned. oiled and Or All Day Friday shaded lot ready for a hoaio. 30 A. Lawtey 2 only 2 years old out of city
BEDROOM HOME, about adjusted '7. Work. guaranteed. FOR RENT STAKKK&KKYSTONE - Homo hook-upa. -
ten years old; 2.3 acre lot Jamra "'Strickland corner Morgan SR 100 8. Large mobllehomo barn with elee. water

with treea OuUtde city Road & Hwy 16. tfchgHOKSKBREAKING MOBILE: HOME! 12 x 60 7 AKKASAfter lot well and septic tank. concrete elab. for '. .. -----
p.m. pig $45,00
limits with well. 2.5H( >
furnished, air conditioned Call 981.5848 - large home with 3 BR, 2 tile
down or 113.900 ca : I & ON Kingsley Lake. Winter 10-7 2 tpd 10.14TURKEY Very eke mobaehone withaddition. room some paneling
9(1441750( > .
.:!!. ; _1.J Y'@O HOOF-TRIMMING. rates Phone 533 2026. 1 tpd ..1.8 acres shaded lot Can 782-3806 Anytime ( for air), 2 car carport, utility

FOR SALE; Home with Phone lilK14l.; 10/7 2 tpd 10/! ___ _____ 301 8. Owner financing. I! brick Bar-B-Qoe grill paved
IO/II_ - Associates (latter 5 beautiful lots convenient to
income. 4 BR house on 3 ------ -- ---- LARGE FURNISHED Connerly Eatatei SR1, 2 ml, weekends) 964-7154 & is right!
acree with 2 rental trailers. APARTMENT! : ) from Iowa beautiful brickhome,38R,25LB.1g.family 3806
PMNO: STUDENTS:: needed -----
House has 2200 feet as/lights/water furnished. SHOOT
afternoon and weekendH.tall 603; E. --.9 uwrir Heights with 3 or 4 BR.
'floor spare S3S.OUU Some Inquire at room and kitchen central air .
owner. financing available. .for appointment. 9645287. Washington Ave., Stsrke. A heat. Paved drive. fI, 782. room which could be a
Phone III'! I mi.t:.! : 4\ tchg beorge. Itpd Itpd 1017MIIRIlE Saturday - _s5r" .'M_ -.- or whatever your heart
-- to establish business in
--- ----- own
Ill/It IIAUnl.l'A: : All : HOME-furninhed- New blk. home 'In town 3BR
types of home repairs, 1 mile down BesMent Rd. on Oct. 211.LR.C/H&A,large garage, MOTORCYCLES ::
interior and exterior. quiet area, earner lot. --" --- ----
left. Prefer middle
lOST AND FOUND Remodeling house washing couple. Phone 964.7620. Itpd 10a.m. - "MOTORCYCLESSUZUU ?" The Floyd Green
and painting. Special rates 107APARTSIENTke 2 story frame house 'In town OF STARKE \ could be restored and be
LOST" Large Black and term 'for senior citizen ft.25 shot one of the older onee with authoiiied!Suzuki Dealer.....
Uoberman. male and Red Free estimates C.U after 5 "-- ---.---- per lent, of living area. 9844020. 304 East Cal .,
one -----
Doberman, female, HM for immediate attention - tfchg.
puppy. 964-AM61 10/7 IO/2H bedroom furnished One mile northof Several commercial lot building lot on Rd. 230 on the
Reward. Me in it y V*. !Market 4tchg Phone 9018071. 01
Rd. 9M-I52M. Itpd 10/7 apartment.10/7 Lawtey at 301. FOR SALE 1912 / country club.

-- -- --- M O V> E R REPAIRS-: I : Itpd Bradford Package StoreAlf'proceedswill - 350cc. GOOD SHAPE. $ -----
Restore your old mower to ------- she Butler 3BR brick & a Call 9648744. tlcbaMobile limits mid 20'. with 3 BR. I

kick like new template JBH Block. AC on a large corner lot. Low
: tune-up oil changed bladeharpened go to purchase Small - -
and painted. and Little Suns frame house and barnN.W.
GREENHOUSES Fry League -- ---
/ Helps your mower perform of SUrke.
Softball uniforms real fine home comes on the
SCIIUT" 1911:2..! better and last longer. Pooh I Home or - -
with new '.30 2tp 10.71.ISIIMSNFFDEDt beauty with everything you've
tire mower.21.95.. Riding (mimrrci.il I acres pasture I.nde..oo.bl Set
motor .heuat Up Brick 3 BR. 2Vi B, CH& A,
system and extra bodv mowers S 6.95. Free .\n\' Size'all'collecl- priced just off
196i PONTIAC li.M\NS: pickup Phone 9617811. ( >RIO NW..f town. DR, kitchen with dining area.

withvalid sticker.. Phone ttreen's Lawn "Service' 10/7/ for free estimate ; : : - FOR double garage fully equipped
I 9644934. 10/7 4tpd I IO2SIIIMNG:.! Very nice Urge frame house. equipment, swimming pool,
tlnchg 72n: tI: or or KICKS: co.\ -Tt- OLlN'S.MOBILE
n corner lot 'In town SBR tatha
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I-6U-I.HO t OASTKin 'II ,4y
SKRVKE Have C/H&A largo f
FOR garage.IS Hwy -----
SALE 75 \ega et e. 1-6II-772S KUS: From
I-ton truck with 14 ft. stake
Station Wagon AC radio, 10-7 1\\pit IO-2X Kver: >HlierpSTI -
body also
tree service. 20 acre tracts Ugh land Only Lic. & block building with one
I auto trana. power steering Phone 711 Rd. 16 W.
bucket on Perfectly
seats, 17.000 miles, .r Terma.
or some other business.
excellent cond. Phone 961- 954.1190on
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T'U'fW'Ill LTSnyone : - -
//1261 lot Sorln i<. Mill" front -----
---alter-.6-p.m.- ttchg ,\ Interested In WellDrilling ;In""on"301 and 100 South Large frame heuio 3BR encorer
I --- INCOME: : TAX course m.v lot In city "very the heart of town on 301 which

I FOR SALE 1975 Pontiac call the o-Tech tenter at f 30 1 'ehG 10.1 reasonable priced close to 'LJC. ..1t14I861"f plus a business.
I .
964 6150 for more hopping area.
Catallna 2 Door Top ---
Small take information. 10/1 2tchg - -
Equity up pay -----------i 206
I ments. Call after 5 p.m. 9645 10/11 1-3-6 acre homeeltea 4 mU. Terwillegar/ Realtor/
N.W. of Starke.
06.tf d TomHardenbrook Well Drilling
l. ______- - Avenue, Starke, Florida

I Frame house In 2
I 1960 FORD PICKIP 1.2 MISCELLANEOUS 2" thru 6" bedroom Lt!. Kit.tows, FR. 3 BR Frame on 98'xlOO'
ton new engine good tires. ------------ -
I Fast Rotary I very reaaenablo.SR OFFICE PHONE 964-7776
Phone 964 5NU6 after 5 I tpd -- --- -- ----- 3 BR IB,Block house on
2" & 4" -
I Ion THORNTON' 4.LAGEM Drilling Equipment HOME PHONE "".5U5
16 East: 3 BR. Brick -
------ ---- --
' : 01 pay up to (50 cash or WellsLicensed house, 1 1.2 Bath 78'xl91'. on CROSBY >
more for any whole car in STATE Kltcheo/F.mll
: ; ; LICENSED Room 14'x42' covered porch.
FOR SALES Magnifyingglamea your yard. Call 961-6213 Living Room.GEORGE -
I of all sires with daytime or 964-69NH' & Bonded
W. need bomea with .
handlea. At The Olfice "Shop.' evening. 9/16 4tp 10/7 Pumps ROBERTS JR.
._ 964.8063 Reg.Real E.tateBrelt.rPhoo.964.7826 -
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I GUNS: FOR SAlt 22'e 25' I CaD or come see ua tod.
A 3N's' sold at Dahmer'a 2 TP 10, 7 10/14 I New & Used Plumbing

I FOR RENTS Diicount.) tfchg ISales Susan .
-Parts-Servi Irene 964.5261
S I- ---- -- -- .
RENT 12' wide air sale at ".hmer'. Diicount. Mimosa Manor j E-Z TermsPlumbing j 964- & Bonded
conditioned mobile home on tfchg I I LONGCHAMP
I nice ahady lat. Call 9644029 Mobile Home Homo and BuftUag
----- -- ParkA
: e!ier.S.E.m.: __ Ufi./0 "NAME BRAND nuerielaWCBUILD
I WATCHES from tll.95 upat
ToUv.I. Repairs
Portable Utility Sheds Dahmer'a Discount tfchgAONCAIUNGTobuyor j New Installation j Yow Plant Or 0.-... 621
-- -- -- Starke.
I Large Lola YoMrLotOrOvrt"FREE
8x16 79500 Finished Inside : : .ei Yard CareGarbage Remodeling ESTIMATES FREE
Avon. Call 755-2HM7 or write Cans Remodel palreIbmee Formerly( A.J. ) ESTIMATES
8x16 Economy Model* 'Q95a lama. Hyatt P.O.Box 23),Lake. M.IlBa..e. Repairs 9.16 10.14
t ky. Florida, tfchg. Water I fIw lilt Lovely brick 3 BR 2 .

10x12'77500 Finished Inside --- -. --- .. Central Sewage" Plant IDurrance: Sold-Tndod IL air, outride city 11m
Ga..l'kkupmp". -
REVIVAL at Madison ,\ Parking ACREAGE FOR SALE
8x10 Finished M95OLIN'S Street Church October IDth PUMPS & SUPPLY 96468S3HW 5 acres o. 100-A near I
through October 17th at 7.30: Improved Street CENTER
MOBILE HOMEHwy .. FJectrlc. Service to .
p. Rev Charles Swart I COMPANY 301 SuutA,Star+t Business Opportunity II
preaching. You are Invitedtejsuend. :aoOAmpereeMeteredCae) with overhead. office '

100 Slaifce 964 5606 ..10/7 2-'f.! ..10/11 864 N. Temple Ave. I If 'I

Move In BonusFKEF. Two each. lota .. Croeby .

We Need Listings I Month Rent .. 9647061FORMICA .. ft.Available.Lake. frontage 500 ft. j I I II

I FJectrle RoekupPHONEI647498 L.__________ MOBILE HOME 6 1-2 Acres on St. Rd.-21. I I

We've Got Buyers From Everywhere rt PARKlaaaJeCatyLknaU Helgbte." all or part -. I

1 I
Ore Sheets. >g* Walk to
Bradford SiftanOrDowntaum -
Offices Coast To Coast
500 Sheets Available/ Hampton Lake 90'* 190'
BOOTS, BELTS Home, 120' Deck 12x20 I
Strout Realty Inc. OLIN 1.1U.....MonthAnCHyCiinvinseniies -
BAGS WALLETSOur 3 Residential' Iota total .
Broker MOBILE HOME FIre PoUco Protection.. School.

Tl Fall ogles of Jostle. City Caw,Water and.SowerJoLu -
Starke Wrangler. Aeme and Nearly new double. wide Your Kitchen
964.51 a6 A Mile, South On SR 100 Dingo are coming In and BRASCSGTON Motel BR,X bathe,appr.t.1600

we have one counter of 40 Cedllae-OsJamobueSaleaAServfco 964-8810 rr and Air. Needs. ,
pairs of men'e and women's !! -

boots. ,..,.&1<<_OlUNd 12 s 60 mobile homo plus '

These are cleseoutel If CanTakmOn ........ SR 16.3 ml. .. CO. j
Register t r;) you can find your size. you CadtllatTmdti ,
have them for' 17.95 !
2001 N.W.13 3784301 Dine & Dance Corner Budding Call *
per pair. Some were GAINESVILLEBefore Starke TI 964-5711
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I RpJl1iQh: MorrisonNamed/ Assistants To Supt. At DCI FSP : I
y Joe ,
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J Reddish Is a Kim, is in the 10th grade at she is preparing her dissertation -
tional Maria, 8, a student at St Morrison has just com-
The Department of Offender each institution the prison system In Septem member of the Florida National Johns Country Day School and pleted residence and course Bradford County High School. to graduate in June 1977 I
Rehabilitation has announcedthe Keddish was promoted from ber 1961 after graduation from Guard and is currently Kirk, 5, who attends kinder work for a Doctorate in Rehabilitation Morrison said his wife will from Florida State
appointment of James H. the position of chief classification the University of Florida witha assigned HHC-50th Area Spt garten at Starke Elementary Services, that includes be a housewife for a while as University.
Reddish to the post of assist supervisor at the Bachelor of Science degreein Gp. in Jacksonville. He recently School. The Reddish's now all phases of corrections 1
ant superintendent of Union Reception and Medical Centerin 1959. He moved up the attended The reside on the grounds of Union from Florida State Uni
Correctional Institute and Joe Lake Butler. Morrison ranks from correction officerat Commanding General Staff Correctional Irrt< G, Morrison to the post of transferred from the positionof what is now FSP to a classi College at Ft. Leavenworth, Morrison 39, who says his Morrison came to Florida
assistant superintendent of correctional liaison con- fication officer and later a Kansas, the highest status hobby is Florida State Prison, after having spent 11 years WILLIAM T. COBB, M.D.
Florida State Prison. sultant to the Florida Parole classification supervisor overa officer's school in the military does enjoy some extra-curri- with the probation and parole
The newly created position Commission in Tallahassee. period of five years.Reddish service. Major Reddish cular activities in addition to commission in Alabama, alsoas
at each institution includes Reddish, is a native of transferred laterally to chief graduated on the his work. He jogs from 3 to 5 an area supervisor and ANNOUNCES THE OPENING OF HIS OFFICE
responsibility for all business Bradford County and a former classification supervisor at Commandants list in the top 10 miles each afternoon and likesto deputy commissioner of cor-
administration, personnel, the football player for Bradford Lake Butler Reception and percent. Reddish is former fish and hunt quail and dove rections of operations in Ala
classification department, the High School Now as a hobby Medical Center and held that commander of the local when he has the time. A majorin bama. FOR THE PRACTICE OF
education department. Reddish follows the Gators position until this promotion. Guard Unit in and
National the Army National Guard, He came to FSP UCI as
community services, reli- from his alma mater the t University Reddish has completed the Starke. Company D, 53d Spt. Morrison said, "I feel it is Im- a correctional drug counselorin
gious, medical, dental services of Florida. In addition 280 hours police standards Ball. portant to look after the 1973, became a regional OPHTHALMOLOGYDISEASES
and records. The treatment to being an avid football fan course and is a member of Reddish is married to the correctional training
superintendent will Reddish enjoys( fishing hen several professional associa former Sandra Whitehead and country.Morrison's interest in corrections specialist for one year and ( AND SURGERY OF THE EYE)
function closely with the other he has the time tions. children,
they have started when he was was promoted to the positionof :
Reddish started to work in AT :
assistant superintendent atIaorCommlsslont'r A major in the Army Na in the army as a correctional corrections liaison con-

officer and with the military sultant to Louie L. Wainwright 118 SOUTH THOMPSON
125: Locked Up ., police. lie followed that fieldon secretary of DOR for
j leaving the army be attending 18 months until this promotion STARKE FLORIDA

s In UCI Inmate school in his native .
state of Alabama. He holds Mrs. Morrison who is
two degrees from the Uni presently employed as coun- OFFICE HOURS. 964.7621STARKE :.,
Work ProtestA Alabama, in selor and with
A versity one psychologist 375-O4O4 GAINESVIllE. : ,
M 1 and Correctionsand the Gadsden County School WEDNESDAY .
peaceful sit down strikeof another in Counseling and system will be arriving soon BY APPOINTMENT 10/7 CHG 10/21
inmates at Union Interviewing. and they will live on the
Corrl'ctiol'klilnslltule appearsto grounds( at FSP A daughter.
1)(.'over according to prison P\ ___ r f r- r __ <-r rrrnr .rr.. rr T>
- - -
spokesman Dave Wolverton.

Wolverton said Wednesdaythat
all was peaceful and the
:\ Charles 125 inmates locked up would
Schaefer displays his new face routine disciplinaryaction. d

7', pound gavel( designed to )-";;;.t'q.o .. I w
keep order and bop his critics wr a
into line. He didn't hate to The non-violent protest
resort to it during( Tuesday's started on :Monday when 130: wTt Zr7
.four-hour council session, but inmates refused t to go to their 4tZ _

J was keeping/ it handy all the work assignments. t 4: .
officers in
same. Accompanied by 24
not gear.( Superintendent RD.

Call :Massey confronted the
striking inmates and, without

Young violence locked up.Prison, .the strikers were M Jjt Y COBRA 135: STp, ION A FrAII' 29

-Demos To b 2295s
authorities had 8AN0 C9 ra $1 7995gQ&

previous knowledge( of a three S\O $3Aqq5

OrganizeBradlord page\ list of complaints. Someof \ .
the complaints on the list ..'" '42
t'ounty'oun were that inmates would like or ns&s \\\51'
1)I'l1lOlTaIS\\llll I Is, reactivated' to be allowed to spend $25; Dick King left construction superintendent Johnson of C&J LliliUesin :
of Gainesville, and Ernest
meeting their personal funds developers
at an organizational( Irom of water and sewer lines
October than the $15 Macclenny: check out the Installation
to be held Saturday I'ach'ek rather built on SR-100 at me
!9.l ul 7 pm m the Hampton current maximum. Inmates for the Pine Forestpartml'nts being
City Hall asked! for private visiting!; with western city limits.The and actual COBRA 85 COBRA 21
The only requirement foi (females and enlarging the utilities work September
October 5. The
Is due to begin
membership is that a person visiting( park area where construction apartments
residents of the area .have BASE RETAIL $17905RETAIL
lie between the ages of 16 and inmates presently !meet their men report no problems .
::1 t.V; and. if over 18. a registeredvoter lamilies bt'l'n.t'ry friendly and helpful. =
I in I the (Democratic M99" C yl ses $1 3995

TartyAll\eligible! >oung( people are City Zoners Grant 2 More M.H. Permitsside ovtiesdss
inv ned to attend this meeting, $15495Qbra. s.
and those unable to attend al Permission was granted( for of Lamar Street. Council. At present the city
'" this! time an asked lo contact the placement! of two mobile Willie McCollum was told no has no ordinances providing
JiDan; Williams! at -Ji8-2l72; : tor homes within the city limits at change in zoning was necessary locations or regulating the
lurlhrr inlormulion the :Monday meeting of the for him to conduct musical placement of mobile homes.. ,
City Zoning Board. instrument sales in Ins '
UeWitt C Jones and Benton home at 1406 McCollum .'
FulchI'rl' given j permissionto Street off Old Lawtey Road. Thieves! Dtimnge1' RETAIL
install a (id-It long mobile lie was warned, however, that D'lcDonulcl's SALE $9995APPLIANCE
i Telephone lndesesbyBates. home unit on Lots 5 and 7 !in this would not permit the :\ ''' *1299S
.1).11.: Johns! addition adjoining playing\ of loud music or any II. .
"''i..6.: Jones Funeral Home on the other activity that would Take Cash .
south side! Chairman Al disturb residents of the neigh
Crosby cast the only opposing borhood. i
BROOK{ vote Chairman Crosby expressedthe A break-in at McDonald's) On AN UPDATE CERTIFICATE TO CHANGE TO 40 CHANNEL AT A LATER DATE
James I. \\ illiams. of 113 need for updating the US-301 South early Monday. ..
IN tUEF Jenkins Si inlteno.wasgivenpermission city's zoning code( but said (Oct. 4, resulted in malicious WHEN OWNER DESIRES FOR *40.00REDFEARN'S
lo place a mobile that no steps had been taken in damage and the theft of an
Jeanette.. 'I'rescoltSl'ltl'ltlSKBIKTIU home on property/ the north this direction by the City undetermined amount of cash
according to city police.
''K.l7t; : AND
***** BRING THIS AD **** Personnel still taking at the inventory restaurantare to
o determine if any other items TELEVISIONSLAWRENCE

A surprise birthday! party EXTRA occurred are missing.sometime The between break-in
was given' for Rev Lonnic SPECIAL and 4am. I BLVD. 473-4252 KEYSTONE HOTS.t ,
Parker at Ihe home of:Mr and
:Mrs :N; li! Hayes. Jr
Saturday evening Sept. 25.;; b MONDAY-OCT.llth '
> '
the church family of New:; "i :y.i --- ---r

KiveoKaplist Church ,
Alter a time of enjoying "
rating( hamburgers\ .mil

opened trimmings his gifts Hl'Park"THIS I'IS" -tc : Tremendous f

NOCK LIFE"&lS: then givenby *
I his d..ughl'r.Irs: Wilbur rltc; Handq-Uai
.Andrews This party was also | :

.Tl'lhull'1'1'1'. surprise! to :\1 paid rs. Parker lo (Ue\ Introductory

Parker for being! such a line -tc .
('hnstlalll''Iampll', and a man '".
nf I liod' Cake was served and! FOOD STORES .
everyone had a great timeniorniKTinm All'.c Savings:


C y n I:h i a i Lou i t. ) I.TI' : W.L :
(Countryman daughter ni : : ... .. )f ic. L t'.s "
Hl".Ind Mrs.: Jamet'ounhrynunn. ..- : ,. "' -. -tx : : :

( celebrated.. hei i if -X -tc .. .::
f hrsl i bit t hday with relatives al
her home lor Sunday. dinner LlVING-tc
Sept 2fi Present for I the 8X10
'occasioniere :Mr. and :Mrs D4
James Janocha. aunt and PORTRAIT -tc GASOLINE I $ ftft
uncle from Cll" lf\\atl'r. and
Aunts :Mrs Jo Barnes. :Mr* OF YOU, YOUR CHilDtc : \\\.' ONl Y ftft ftft

Hetty Rm \\t'lls\ of Green Co\e ,.
Springs ,.
T ,. ftft
:Mrs! Liizie Prescott is the I ftft
proud grandmother ol' .( ftft
daughter burn to her son. :Miami *
:Mrs.Charles TruHI. Sept only L ,. NO LEAD REGULAR PREMIUM ft
22. Kli/abeth: "Liz". weighed H *
Ibs. 4 o/s She joins! two ft
sisters.! An (ieand Debbie..uiel KT .'
one brother. Kevin ;

f" slllllt.II11I'lI:1(1I'dK: Plus 67' ft
Handling ,. 52.9l52.9l52.9 i
: : : "
97' Per Person ?'o *
The Youth Choir from New .
finer Baptist Church the Sun *
Shiners had
a welcome j
dinner after church Sundaymorning IN LIVING COLOR # *
Oct :i.t for new -tc i( *..
members and (those coming up -tc ,.
from the
Older Those coming Children'sDepartment up HOURS: 10 30 A M. TO 5 30 P M. -tc .. *

were- On'Indrl'\\". COME TO: *

Crutchfield."'ranklendrels.Sharon. h'ussell.Debbie ** -tc Prices Goad Sat. and Sun. Oct.9 & lOth

Janet Welch and Guy Wayne SEARS *
Parrish .

Officers! for t the new year Merchant Store -tc +
arc President.: Tammy 218 N. Temple St. -tc ** STORES LOCATED AT.:

,t' Johnny,Andrews\n (Andrews Welch Vice-President":: Treasurer Secretary. -* Starke Fla. --tc ctc ** State Road State Road 16 1 State Road 1 16 ft*: *3t

-tc -tc
Plans for future singing( LIMIT ONE PER PERSON LIMIT ONE PER FAMILY 1 100&100A and & N. Lake St. *;:J!
trips were discussed. Pianist -tc *
I* is :Mrs.! Wilbur Andrews and In Time For Christmas (Griffis Morgan Road Starke ; .
director is :Mrs. James *

. Countryman. ***** BRING THIS AD ***** *4 4 M 'f . M M M f M Y . M ill . 1. M r1 . . . .i *ftI ft
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I Tornadoes Tra.vel.To Palatka Friday I

A 1.3 record notwlthIslanding. Buchholz. ,.y .
Bradford Buchholz always killed them. Should the Before that BHS has 'to teams since they will be in the the BHS scouting report says,

I High grid coaches are taking against playsonegoodgameayear us mistakes stop, the Braves hark, back to the state same district. In that event, on the dive and outside veer.
Ipalatka South seriously in "From the movies could be tough is the warning championship year of 65 and BHS will have to drop two Mack ran a dive play 40 yards
for Friday night's looked "at we'vepreparing Tornado players are getting 66 for other wins. Palatka won games. Schedules have not against Green Cove and a veer ) kw.

(clash with the perenially doesn't look, Palatka" South this week. 21-6 in 1970, 1:1.7 in 1969, 32-6 in been worked out yet, and 60 yards for a touchdown. : '
tough Braves. The that bad, Hurse 1968, and 13.7 in 1967. In 1966, cannot be until the schools are Mack is quick. t k l lA
says. offensive vr
line fires BUS STARTING BHS and in classified for 1977 but this Running back Kevin
I The game will be played in off the ball however won 40-6 ,
Palatka on the Brave home defense is well and the LINE-UP 1965 they won 26-7. game with Palatka South Edwards, 170.11, is quick as a
|field. Game time is 8 p.m. coach aggressive, the "Usually it's a good could be the final contest in cat. Edwards looks great on
Brave says, a trait of most DEFENSE ballgame when the two of us the lengthy rivalry. the sweep and running the
"We always seem to bring teams get together," says Coach Palatka South doesn't have ends from the strong-I
lout the best in Palatka South," "I don't... I don't think "01. N0. NAMI WT.I. Hurse, noting that Palatka the size of some former The BItS offensive line can
I'says (Head Tornado David Palatka South is down," a Ie.llft Carts 107ST has beaten BHS rather badlyin teams. This year the offense expect a real challenge from

Ilurse "It's the same as been mused Hurse. "They have just 71 M.y K.nn.m R..U c...... 2'0MG" 17' several homecoming gamesin relies on speed and quicknessto Brave tackles Jon Plump 211-

making mistakes which WT.. Round Cumminu. tai Starke overpower opponents, the 12, and Mike Roberts, 186-12,
W..2 J.y G.llwln 210 "This is your last chance to BHS scouting reports tells who are fast and get off the
M 20 CIl.rln R..ol 111ILa beat Palatka !I" reads the Tornado players.The ball quickly. Brave c''Ram

N Jimmy. Clo.1I 220w"a Tornado scouting report. Next Brave line moves off linebackers William Neeley, ,..
4 -w oo L.o C..y 172C.J year South and Palatka the ball quickly Palatka likesto 162-11; Ricky Duty 147-12. and
Irl.aQOs, 152 Central will merge into one run outside on the veer and Larry Session 159-11 are real [

WS 21 22 Pr.nilm Rill.. 152It school either a large 3A or a the power sweep. aggressive points out BHS v
lC.nnyAy. 16'
i4 \ '
.cjf r small 4A school athletically.Next Quarterback Greg Leary, a offensive line coach Ted I
a. year Gainesville High is 155 pound junior, will reverse Jornov lie expects his
OFFENSE expected t move down to a out, then will back and throwto offensive line to have its hand

i& T..o I.......n,,' l It. large 3A status and Santa Fe split end Ricky Westberry, full.The f
a ST 72 M.y Ru11Nl 2'0SO.2 is expected to move up to 3A 144.12, who has great hands Tornadoes have some
-I** W.II..I Non- 1t2 status. and can beat opponents deep. bumps and bruises from the
t&' k C 50 J.II.y J..I. Ito If that happens Bradford Eastside game, but everybody
Fullback Leroy Mack, 155- tacklers hot
the heels of
? WG.2 are on Tornado lli Jimmy
7 *. ._' WT 7J ln.ccumminus Lawr.fC.ludo." ? 220 111 High will have to play both 12, is strong. He looked great, action.is expected to be ready for Prevail, who rushed 12: limes for 56 yards and scored two

S. U J..ry Norman. IWFL touchdowns against Kastside.
/ 4're r 7 Alias Norman. 117OR
2 JI..my..tt. 170

dr R.2.. Anll.w Carly lUP. No. 1 Meets No. .J... 1-11111 fags III 1
+ e, { CC Jimmy CI.II 220
200 pounders fill the offensive served as deep back tin kick !
The Braves have lost to tackle positions with Hobble offs and punt returns. I

Daytona Beach Mainland 20-6, Mills at the strong side and Extremely fast. Holmes fills

r o, Palatka Center 26.13, and to Lewis Hatcher at the weak the free safety slot when the .
Gainesville Eastside 13-0. side. Mike Young is the strong Tigers go on defense. In
i W i'.. ,.. rHilS \ First win of the season came y + r JJr.. guard and weighs 170 pounds addition. Holmes holds on
last week 13-6 over Caly High while weak guard Jody O'Dell extra point conversion

running' back Andrew Carter is not easy to bring down, as in Green Cove Springs. if, tips the scales at 147 pounds. attempts by fullbackplacekicker
hMoof Kastside: game allt' I'I. farter rushed seven times for 53 Against Eastside, Coach John Jones and Bruce Jackson and has a two
';11'I1",117.5 yard a\t'ra against the Rams He scored the first Hurse points out, South Jones, both 5-10 and 130 and point conversion to his credit
11f four 'riirnuiliitoui-hilimnsona. 12:/ yard run, fumbled 14 times. The Braves 150 pounds respectively are this season when he ran for.
have been trying to run the the Wildcat split ends. the extra points following a

Houston Veer, like Bradford AIlv Only three pounds lighter in high snap again! I'.K' C
High but have been making a average weight at 180 pounds, Younge.
/ IF
Tigers ( Penalties. .. lot of mistakes and haven't the Tiger interior offensive
I From Page 71 been able to execute it so far. merit Mks line has: Danny Johns, 6.3 and Defensive Iron) lines again \.
the South has now gone back to {1 188. at tight end Fred
strong Tiger defensive ; have I
,lndrews'inlercephoncime a slight edge! in sin-
: showing included the second traditional I-formation. rttlr' demons, 5-11 and 163 at the
going (10 Wildcats, whoaverage
in the closing moments of the The Braves have slW WVj, ; ,inn
traditionally center big Tony Roberts 6.1
ninlest and gave the Tiger quarter interception by been & *" ; ; IHli pounds per man L
a football
power team and 209. and Joey Norman 5-8
sophomore cornerback the five
along man I Iron! wail
tune to
nllense enough grind xrf '
running from the I-slot and -. ** and 140. at tackles and
nut six running pl.iys before. Randall Griffis, which along from *** ; big The Tigers/ I Iron) live on
the Power I. The
Wayne 6-0 and and
Sapp. 222.
nine expired in the gameHolmes' with a 20 yard return into theHawthorne famous defense ueragijust over I IHJpounds !
for their power Randall Dukes, 5-11 and 163
end zone, helped
picked! olf a Hornet the Tigers to a 14-0 halftime plays around the end. uf.t0.defense had a time corralling small but quick Ram running back Abron Demps. at pounds, at offensive guard per man.
Hiss 1 ill his own 45 yard line right.. defensive end Keith
with little lour lead. "It was a real big In 1975 the Tornadoes beat Carter gets roll blocked: above but manages lo turn the elusive positions The Wildcats defensive
:a over minutes Dt'mpslnslde into the
waiting arms linebacker Lee Casey, numbertiti. Senior Alfred Holmes is the
iciMjiiiinU in the game and Interception Roberts said of the Braves 22-21 in overtime. linemen are: middle guard
.rrtunifd" I the interception difference wtwc" it was the The two teams did not play in Tiger split end. and also :%fills. ;.11I!() and ::!IHI' pounds

down, lo the I ll.iuthorne\ ::1.,' taking a 7- 1974, but in 1973 the Braves From Page 18
> Tornadoes Look Good In S. - .- .-.-.--..- -..-.--..-.-.-.-....-.--..- -..-.-.-.-.-.- - -
I Torc lit was Inuilly brought o or a H 0 lead at the half plastered BUS 35-0 in_ the pols._..... .................'...... ........
The interception Griffis' first Tornado' Sexton. Casey had a problem Tin1, two 1at'rlrie"c. '. ..
dmMi in setting up the Tigers Homecoming. were given up by the offenseon and assisted on seven other to Cruger. Opponents are pussculls
mull score lor I hi' evening' came with just 27 seconds Palatka has won 10 times to a safety against lead the Tornadoes against becoming more and more' with play recognition and did resulted Irotndetensive Ilghi,
Tin Hornets 7I iNo lost Ihr .remaining/ in the first half., six for the Tornadoes in the Vanguard). Eastside. Russell turned a conscious of Cruger."They're not react when he saw the play play and ( oaollliinseii .

lull. \ three times l h> \ta.v ollimjliles series dating back to 1958. But in the third quarter the fine performance Coach double teaming coming. did not ''I'lt Il'lIt' l.r-
lor the evening, ;and Tiger/ defensive secondary There was a 0-0 tie in '64. Tornado defense has given upa Sexton said."Right him. keeping him tied up," "We'VI. got to get improved players' lor those penalties In

i path' Uoberls. praised. (ho players picked off a total of Palatka won' 14.7 in '72. BHS total of 19 points, more than now without Sexton points out, "But that linebacker our weakside both instances the RIPlelendrr ..,
headup play l ol defensive three Hawthorne passes for won 7-0 in 71. twice any other period."We've question, Marty Russell is the means a linebacker should be or people are"goingto ( ( l>umpe
1 kick I..ltht'lI1llh:; in coming! the evening, and in addition to run into a third best defensive football playerwe left free" start picking on him. says tinWiiy. Inlhegr1undsuhen! \
(he interception by Griffis. quarter slump for have. He defensive Sexton.No I"tht.I'.. going lor Ihe kill,
1111| with a piiir ol' [he Blessed are they who have some continues to Some improved
snares were also made reason Sexton. :'; defensive back 11Iht'\ rind the culls eould hate u Ol",
by with
received from weak
IUII"\I.'rs.( and di'fensive nothing to say and who says improve every game. play was
> kle Hill :Nettles.; in comingiip sophomore defensive back cannot be persuaded to say Giving Up Big Down Defensive end Jay Godwin side tackle Roland week award was! !given. either wavCoiuli
vMtrrtlif. lull on' another ,1 Andrews and free safety it. BHS gave Eastside the big played his best game of the Cummings, Sexton says. "He "Because as I told the I David Hurst- |1'IiIl"t',1qUlu'lt..hill'k ,
:All red Holmes. .. play too times players, that's what it would Jiinni.v I I'1'rvdttand .
ll.ffrlhorne luinlilo: < James Russell Lowell many to suit season Sexton says. "I hope finally showed us a little "
Coach Sexton. The Tornadoes Godwin is finally coming out quickness. We hope Roland have been giving it to them. lullbuck Jiniiiiv ( 1.11'1. toe T

would hold the Rams for two of his slump and is going to be will continue to improve.End said Coach Denny llansen. turning! in I line ii.illg.inu, >
downs and have a third and the kind of ballplayer he's Keith Carter had two or The BUS defensive Prevail scored' IWM, 11
------- Please Clip ------ secondary held Eastside to touchdowns culled .1 1..1|
seven or third and eight capable of being Sexton three big defensive plays "t(
situation Sexton points out, states. although the Eastside game two pass completions in nine Kume.! and rushed lor ;,i.

; 1 197 CALENDAR and the Rams would get the Over all, Lawrence Patrick was not one of Carter's better attempts that Ihoset t're >urd.Cliiid, led 'I.

Here Is first down on a big third downplay played well at strong side ball games. Sexton says "but short passes dumped to a Tornadoes, in "rushiiiu with
I 1 linebacker. in his first starting those big plays really helpedus secondary receiver. Hansen al'doo IIIlit'ilITI"'ill1d leiiln
points out. Mostly howeverHansen IllledIhe( hole "111 tlit' giHillint:
343I a. That's
1 : something BHS will assignment Sexton The out.-
7 says.
3 '
1.25 1. ? j i n
70 11 11 the stand
'. It ,1 ,. 20 71 22 .. .. n 71 77 7I be looking to prevent in coach is depending on Patrickto :Neither'; did weak side says secondarysaw
Your1977Calendar "''':'1./ II .. 7r 2. 29 ",,,>> M71 10 Ie JO I Palatka this Friday. come around so he can spell linebacker Lee Casey play one relatively I little action Kenny A\co\ had a titimliNillgame.

7 0 1 7,0 1 Russell Outstanding Jimmy Clark for offensive of his better games, says because the front seven l and .ran the h.illhiird.
a ..n I 1 .Y ion.. ,II a .. 10, II. II n Defensive contained Kaslside: Hurse said
.. .. I. ,7 I. ". 1. It 0207J lineman of the fullback duty.A ---- -
.. ,. .. ,. ,. '
1/ 20 Ie 11 77 73 77 77y week tackle
'" ,. .. "' '' was big Marty "pretty steady
I I 7 7 I Russell, 240 pounds, who performance was turned in by
y . I made nine individual
i": n q" 1 II 17'U tackles middle guard Kenneth
; +.': ::, ,: .; 7. 77 :: i :1. :: ;: : ; 71 0 7.17I 1
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We Have Them. You Choose From Desk Top To 1976-77 calendar of hunting
dates for Florida sportsmen has been released by the
Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission. It is:
Small Pocket Size. Call Your Order In Today October 2-First phase dove season opens; first dayof

deer hound training.
Defensive tackle Bill Nettles recovers a Hawthorne fumble stop a one play I II lot 111'1 iliivr i l.iif
October 31-First dove and
phase deer hound
training ends.November season In the fourth quarter Hawthorne turned the ball over to the Tigers three limes dll'' log HitU.IMIC.

PENCIL SALE 9-Florida gallinule and rail season ends. via fumbles.

November 13-Start of statewide deer, turkey, wild

hog, quail, squirrel and snipe season (ono fall open

\ season on turkey in Northwest Florida except Leon and Tigers Have It Their Wa\...................
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Columbia counties; and; on Tyndall Air Force Base;
second phase dove season opens. From Page; IK ran out before the in as a running back on the
November 24-Start of duck and Hawthorne squad had time to play just prior to the
coot season. Hornets decided to go for the get another play off.
72c November 28-Second phase dove season closes. big pass play in an effort to First touchdown puss and picked up
Tiger offensive
< December 6-First duck 15 yards on a quick opener
phase and coot season ends. post points and cut the Tigers'slim possession of the second half up
the middle
Dozen against the Hornet
15-Second phase duck and coot season lead. ended with
a at the front line.
opens. On first down defensive end
Reg. 90'Choose December Hawthorne 35 yard line, but The White to Holmes
18-Third phase dove and woodcock Danny Johns broke throughthe
the second time the
Tigers touchdown
season opens. Hornet offensive line and got aerial carnet Ith
January 9-End of deer, wild hog and turkey seasonin chased quarterback all the the ball they put the game out 2:22: remaining in the third
From 1,0011teml For Home Or OfficeIf Northeast, Central South and Everglades regions. way back to the 10 yard line, of reach with a 27 yard scoring quarter and gave Ihe'figers!! a

January 10-Third phase dove season ends. bringing up a second down pass from White to Holmes. 20-0 lead at that point t

l January 20-Duck and coot season ends. and 30 yards to go with just Glen Kemp, monster man in Jackson's extra point attempt
January 21-Start special scaup (bluebill) season. over 30 seconds remaining the Tiger defensive unit, cameTiger was blocked.

January 23-End of deer, wild hog and turkey seasonin before halftimeSecond Taking the
Tiger kickoff at
down the

\\1 enve s January Northwest 29-region.Start of special primitive weapons only Hawthorne quarterback saw drop together their own their 29. the longest Hornets drl\e..f put.

season in Northwest region. back to his own goal line insetting the evening
the ball
January 31-End of special scaup February 13-End of special primitive weapons only fire quickly under the big L'nion County 15 yard line. An
rush, into the path
season in Northwest region. Tiger pass
H February 20-End of woodcock season. of alert defensive cornerback I against unnecessary the Tigers roughness on/ a lourth call

February 27-End of small game season in Griffis. down
punt helped
keep the
Northeast, South Central and Everglades regions; end Stepping up in front of the Hawthorne drive alive on the
< of snipe season. intended Hornet receiver.
fourth play of the series at the
March 5-Start of spring gobbler season in that Griffis gathered the ball in Hornet 31. The
portion of the state lying south of SR 50. while still at full stride and nullified a 42 yard penaltalso.
punt return
March 6-End of small game season in Northwest had a clear track for the end by Holmes, who gathered f the

region. zone.Jackson's. ball in at hisoun40and raced
Dial 964-5764 For Quick Delivery March 12-Start of spring gobbler season in that extra point ooot down field 10 the !law 111..rnl'. W
You Need Something Why portion of the state lying north of SR 50. was good and with 27 seconds before he was forced
nut ol
March 19-Start of spring gobbler season in remaining( in the first half the bounds.

Northwest region. Tigers held a commanding H- Defensive end Randy Dukes,

The Office Shop March 27-End of spring gobbler season in that ,!o lead. _"" _1 made the crucial tackle which
portion of the state lying south of SR 50. After receiving the Tiger free stopped the fourth. 111..11.1.lIurnet .. .
safely /
April 3-End of spring gobbler season in that portionof kickoff. the Hornets still had Holmes 1171) picks off Alfred scoring threat! al tin-
one of
Phone 964-5764 Starke Florida the state lying north of SR 50. some 20 seconds remaining three Interceptions Tiger I 13: dropping tin-
110 West Call Street April 10-End of spring gobbler season in Northwest before halftime, but the clock County High collected on the Haw thorn ball carrier. lor iu.

region. continued to run after a first way lo a 27vlcloo over gain on a fourth dimn ;mill
down pass fell incomplete and Hawthorne, three yards to go situation

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July Land Sales


r Total $1,105,797


Land sales Jecq..ded. In Charles A. and Bernice P. of the SEl-4 of Sec. 35, T5S,
Bradford County in Baldree sold to Clarice J. R22E for $7,100.
totaled $1.105.797up k July,from 1976 Coleman land in the Sw 1-4 of J.D. Sapp and Reba D. Sapp

June's 994875. :' I Sec. 25, T7S R22E for 2000. sold to Carl T. and Sharon S.
This represents l' a' large Paul C. and Vera Lee Eiland lot 11, Woodlawn for
Increase Nugent sold to Vera Lee $100. .
when land rom sales July, totaled, 1975, Nugent the E 4 acres of the Gilbert Q. and Louie Belle

783883. NWl-4 of the NEl-4 of the SE Crosely sold to Bradford

i Land sales have increased 1-4 of Sec. 23, T6S R22E for County 60' of right-of-way in
month $7,000. the Swl-4 of the NEl-4 of Sec.
every this year except
June, when the figures Fannie Reames sold to 30, TS7 R22E for $100.
dropped a bit from May: Kenneth M. and Virginia M. Ramon and Mona L.
January $355,615 February Struth land in the SW 1-4 of the Waldrop sold to Ginny B.
; ,
p4'r a -v $413,264; March, $647,398; SE 1-4 Sec. 29, T6S, R22E for McLaughlin lot 8, block 1,
$7 000 Shady Oaks subdivision for
April $836.600; May, $994,875and
June, $921,807. Daryl H. and Bobbie W. 21883.
,r .,, .. Prices of transactions are Barrows sold to A. Thomas Sidney D. and Linda A.
figured from documentary tax and Willonwell Fraser land in Newman sold to Louise K.
stamps affixed to deeds filedin the NW 1-4 of the Nw 1-4 of Newman land In the SEl-4 of
BI.LKGUASSLAWTEY: I1 the county clerk's office. Sec. 35, TBS, R22E for $100. the NE1.4 in the NEl-4 of Sec.
July transactions include: Tom W. Tatum sold to 33, R22E for $100.
-- Bluegrass 1 Sa. Longchamp Homes, Inc. Charles E. Underhill land in W.H. Hall sold to Henry and
Music Park lived up to its sold to Albert A. Longchampand Sec. 25. T5S R22E for $1,000. Bertie M. Loper land lying in
name this past weekend, as Mary Bertha Longchampa Register Oil Company soldto the SEl-4 of the NEl-4 in the
some 3.(1)11()() fans gathered here parcel of land in the NW 1.4 William Ernst Wilson and NEl-4 of Sec 33, T6S R22E for

for three days of the brand of of Sec. 5, T7S R22E for 1500. Faye L. Wilson the Gulf $100.
music that'T-shirts. bumper Harry B. and Lois J. Loper Filling Station and store W.H. Hall sold to Henry and
,stickers and auto lags sold to Newton A. and Ethel building and premises on US Bertie M. Loper land lying in
proclaimed ",\ merlcal'l'd Mae 301 in Lawtey for 10000. the SEt-4 of the NE 1.4 of Sec.
the E
....flJ'I Chancey a part 1-
'r .-- :-; ,.;." and 34, T7S, R22E for $1,000.)
... 2 of the SVV1-4 of the NE 1-4 of Thomas E. Nesmith
It was the sixth annual Diana R. Nesmith sold to George's Properties'
,, oJ. It Sec. 23, T7s R21 E for $34,000.
"if ,- Bluegrass Music Conventionhere A 4rwM Walter Williams & Sons Donald J. Russell land in the Limited sold to James O. and
; ,. in Lawtey. which is Inc. sold tn Vicente and Ellen\ SWt-4 of Sec. 24, T7S R21E for Judy S. Blume land in the
"i!' J ". gaining notoriety throughout(( Maestrea parcel of land in $15,000. SWI-4 of the NWl-4 of Sec. 6,
the Southeast as the Florida the SE 1-4 of the SW 1-4 of Sec. Jacques R. and Mary T6S R22E for $5,100.
Home of Bluegrass Music. 35, T5S R22E for $8,750. Frances Caldwell sold to EarlJ J.W. Kirkpatrick and
This year's three-day event j Robert and Gail Jordan and Louise J. Pendleton lot Elizabeth W. Kirkpatrick sold
..... ... featured giants of Bluegrass sold to Susie Mae Knapp lot 8 33 of Smokerise for 3500. to Basil and Betty J. Davis
:Music recording fame like of block D and a 1-20 interestin Walter H. and Hazel M right of way of the Old
I. Jim and Jessie and the track E of Bedford Oaks for Nolan sold to Michael A. Jacksonville Gainesville and
Virginia Boys Jimmy :Martin 4500. Berry and Kathleen M. Berry Gulf Railroad for $100.
'Mt and the Sunny Mountain Boys Carol and Michael O'Steen land in the NE 1-4 of Sec. 30 W.M Harris and Linnie
the Sullivan Family, the bought a parcel of land from and part of the SE 1-4 of Sec. Belle Harris sold to George E.

... :McLean Family and the W.R. and Pearl Conner in the 19, T7S, R21E for 9900. and Jeanette H. Crews 2 acres
Sloneman's. SE corner of the W 1.2 of the Evan W. Hodges. Sr. and in the SW corner of the El-2 of
Familiar bluegrass ballads SE1-4 of the SW1-4 of Road in Ruby M. Hodges sold to EvanW. the SWl-4 of the NEI-4 of Sec.
and the accompanyingguitars Sec. 4. T6S. R22E for $100. Hodges Jr and Era 15. T6S. R22E for $2,500.
banjos bass fiddles Yvonne Hodges lots 9 and 10. Tottie Ellis sold to .K:

V and mandolins drew the fans Gloria Brown, Manzy block 7 Carlotta Unit 1; and Kearnes Ellis and Regina E.:
( from as far away; as :North; Brown III and Mattie lots 7 and 19 in Shady Oaks Hall lot 7, block 1. Santa .Fe
Carolina. Sponsors estimated Elizabeth Brown sold to Joyce subdivision for $1,500. Shores for $100.
that till percent of the the r 4t di Lee Walker 1-2 interest in lots Eugene F. and Betty Lou
persons attending this year's i 12 and 13 in the subdivision of Shaw sold to Fred D., and
x l1 went traveled more than lOll block 16 in Lawtey in Sec. 23, Evan W, )Hodges Sr. and Norma T. Shore 2 parcels in/
Le miles to make t the three-da}' T5S. R22E for $100. Ruby M.\ Hodges sold to EvanW. Sec. 25. TBS. R22E for $19.316.\

cons l'ntion. Ethel E. Reddish sold to Hodges Jr. and Era
:More than :ino\ families Mary Elizabeth and John Yvonne Hodges lot 5 on New Clarence E. Jackson sold toM

r arrived! in campers and alter Owens Pons lots 49 and 64; Hampton Beach for 1500. Hassett land in the :NE;. I4 I-
the featured groups, packed up and 63 in Woodlawn Sec. 16, Mrytle E. Baumgartnersold of the SW 1.4 in Sec. 29(' TtiS.
r their instruments at t midnighton R22E for 5833. to Wesley Thomas and R22E for $100.
Friday and Saturday the R.H. & D. Inc. sold to Bonnie L. Thomas the E 60' Julius Royal Jr. and Leona
bluegrass! ballads continued Gregory J. and Betty L. of lots 1 and 3, block 33 in the M. Royal sold to :Mildred and
around campfires) into the Darby a !parcel of land in J.M. Johns addition to the James E.: Wellmon land in
curly morning hours. Geneva Point Estates Sec. 25, town of Starke for 14200. Sec. 22 T6S. K22E for $100)
TBS, R22 E for $100.C. Francis M. and Jeanette V. E.J. Blume and Hester
Kenneth and Carolyn M. Williams sold to Elmer R. and Blume sold to Henry Jnnd:
Barfield sold to William P. Nolan L. Conner the Nl-2 of MaggieGrdfis land in/ the El-2
County To Purchase Church and Mildred C. Ford lot 11 and lots 4 and 11 and lots 5-6-7-8-9- of the ;Nl-2; of the SK1-2 of the
St. Property 12 in Sec. 11, T5S R22E for 10 of block 13 of Livingston, ;NEl-4; of Sec. 29. TtiS; R22E lor
$22.500. Truby and Co.'s addition to $5.000.

Mildred Dinkins Cox and the town of Starke for $7,000. Meomie C. Thomas sold to
I Morace J. Cox sold to Timothy N.C. Thagard and CharlotteF. Truman W. and I'tah L. Hill
) Adjacent To Bradford Health .nd Lou Ellen Wilkerson lots 1 Thagard sold to Harold M. land in Sec. 33, TCS R22:! E for
DepartmentI nd 2 of block 9, city of Lawteyor and Jennie C. Hamontree landin $100.
19500. the Sl-2 of the Swl-4 of the

William C. and Doltie Sue Swl-4 and the El-2 of the Swl-4
Arthur W. Schulz and AnnieL.
I for 45000. /
Wilson sold to Dale E. and
made Longchamp business. Board. The board w ill appointa Schulz sold to "Kerr-McGee: !
I Bradford C'uunty were to the commission. Homes upholstery Barbara F. Brown lots 5 and 7 Margaret McBride Hunter
i "nfIl.lon, agreed a 111'I/ ( 4II ('ouncil'rl'S.dent/ John requesting that s small road in The commission also replacement at its next of block 19, original town of sold to Timothy Risby land in Corp. land in Sec 22:!. SWl-4 of
'junk '""PI''llonIondity: toniichie Kiggs thanked 1 commissioners the Deerwood subdivision be awarded a contract for meeting ;November; 1. Starke also the Wl-2 of lots 6 the SW corner of the Nl-2 of NEl-4; NE 1-4 of SEl-4: ol :NW
| a lot and I house on for I their support and closed to prevent the erection of a civil defense reappointed George L. and 8 of; block 19 for $50,000. the SEl-4 of the NEl-4 for 1-4 for $13,800.Gilbert .
i ,1'11I..h' Street in Murkej presented them with a plaqueof development of an undue tower to Casey's Tower harper Ophelia Bright and Lucille E. Brown Jones 1200. Q. and Louie Belle
j ii.n ant) to the Bradford appreciation, and former traffic problem in the area. Service of Orlando, which had Harry Hatcher to the Gladys C. Edwards Dale E., Jennings and Merle Starlingsold Crosley sold Melvin: :N.. and
i .". intv Health Department teen leader Tasha Livingston 'ounty attorney Dudley submitted a bid of 3829.:! Civil Bradford-Union Guidance Brown and Barbara F. Brown to Kenneth W. and Diane Pauline J. Dishman land in
united the council to attend a Hardy advised that written Defense Director Jerry Clinic. Outgoing sold to Dalewood Inc. Snow 8 acres in the NE cornerof theSW 1-4 of the NE 1.4 of Sec.
liev(, .John Fly nn of the -111 dinner :Monday October petition would first have to be told the board he'd Commissioner Ralph Bryan parcel of land in the Wl-2 of a the SWl-4 for the SEl-4 in 30. T7S. R22E for 4500.
I'.ibhc,, Health Advisory submitted followed already received' also up for reappointment R.J. and Rose :Mae
II. at the civil defense by public $1,175 in theSE 1-4 of the SEl-4 and El. Sec. 19, T7S, R21E for $100. Starling
niii.fd" said tin- department bUilding advertisement of the proposed matching funds for the asked that a replacement be 2 and theSEl-4 of the SEl-4 of J. Brooks Brown sold to sold to Charles W and SandraJ.
died' more parking space 4-11 coordinator I Lowell change. project. Casey's as the only found for him. Sec. 20, T6S R22E for $34,000. Point of the Woods Barton land in Sec. 22. Tr S.R21E .
i ,'I! pace to maintain/ loan I'arnsh read a proclamation The board routinely upheldthe bid received by the county on was read a letter of Construction Co. Inc. lot 45 in for $100.
iii-ct I operation This Irom commission chairman approval by the Bradford the tower. application for county health Keystone Oaks for 4000. L.K. Edwards III and SusanW.
IH' i .iiion. which loans George; Roberts proclaiming County Zoning Board of two The board also: director from Jacksonville and Ernie A. Schultz Jr. and Edwards sold to Ramon A.
Harvey Shirley
'''ii'i-U-h.iirs." crutches and October 3.1III\ Week Also requests for reclassification of Accepted the resignation physician Malcolm J. Ford, sold to the City of Starke Starling land Diane N. Schultz sold to ErnieA. and :Mona L. Waldrop land in
'HUM I" items to convalescing speaking briefly was James property the application of of Dale Brown from the which the board took under in Sec. 22, T6S. R22E for $100. Schultz lot 9. Bedford Sec. 15. T7S. R22E: for $100.
(,uncutluid, been housed in Halkcom.. chairman of the 4-H Edward\ Roberts to rezone Bradford County Zoning t advisement Thomas F. Williams and Shores for $100. Ruth Sanders sold to
'In "Id 1 I 'oUl'lhIlU"I', but that Advisory Committee, who three acres on the north side :Mary V. Williams sold to the Warren Arthur and Donna Bradford County land in Sec
p.iii'" ,ino longer available said the program now has of Sampson Lake to KlC \\ithSpt'Cial of Starke land in Sec. 22 W. Birt sold to Robert A. 8, T7S R22E for $100.
i "-t .oi the property is SIUIIHI.) eight(( clubs in the county with Use for operation of a Second Well I City T6S. R22E for $100. :Mallory and Martha A. Valerie E Thornton sold to
1...'( I", ill the commissioners" ..' .Km, persons 11I\oIH'd. fish camp, and the applicationof LawteyWater Thomas F. and Mary V, Mallory lot 10. unit 12, Indian Bradford County a road rl tht.
,,,,, ,,'d \\,1" a 1 1I'1.\.lIn\ Zoning Director L\I: Viona Tew for rezoning land Williams sold to Allen and Beach subdivision for $100. of-way in an unrecorded re-
In ul I her business, several Gaines read the council a one-fourth of a mile west of Mary E. Jones land in the NE Keystone Heights Cemetery plat of a portion of ("rosle\.'
.1. ._I I. iiltural' presentations letter! from Huford :Mitchell of Lawtey\ to accomodate an Necessary For New Prison. corner of the SE 1-4 of the Association sold to Merston L. I take Shores for S100.l .

:NW1-4; of Sec. 22, T6S R22E Boone the Sl-2 of lots 23 and I
not he nexessiiry for the city to for S5.400. 26. Keystone Heights now
Tornadoes your
I Sirilif Oiiiclflvln ?6.6 'Win Over Etls/.itl4("* AsccondNCllpunipappears advertise for btds on the project Donald; E. and Vergie I. .,...eme t cry f or $.00. .

I 11"1 i I'aui' il: in the works for the city of "since erdrup and Wilkison sold to Lavonne K. Keystone Heights Cemetery Carpeting
K.Imcored. quarterback from the BUS secondary to Unites. if the city ('ouncll'an Parcel's contract could be Wilkison land near the El00' Association sold to V'.R
fur: ,Minn their own eight:! i lint Jones currying t five Make code/ stop nut (mien the come upwith a almost $t I.IHIO to amended to include the ad. of the Wl-2 of the SEl-4 of the Ferguson the S I 1-2 of lot 28.
.11 d I line. where' they: werei > aid- for !the touchdown BUS defense got Kastsidestopped : fund it.Ralph. dl t Hlnal't'li.. NW1.4 of the NE1-4 in Sec. 35, Keystone Heights Cemetery
i \ I uiu! : tn. \ times on finally and QB! Jones Eng)!: of erdrup and "I recommend Ihe city go T5S, R22E for $7,000. for $100.
I .1 i;;; yard Ham puntimhed the drive" for Ii.I.. 14. :2.! 8. 2. 2. .
: : W.T. and
went back to punt from his 40. Parcels Associates Gainesville ahead. and file a pre-application Leslie Franklin Glisson and Margaret C KEN
them deep On third and .1! yards The score was told the board October Jackson sold to B.
TI1Ion3p from center flew then rll"ill Nancy Glisson sold to WilliamC. A.
down tram. the Tornado I 12:! the BITS A,). Eastside: H with 6 07
Jackson the SEl-4 of lot
that his tirm's
end-over-end. original estimate 4.
up never probably make :you a grant and Nina L. Lovell\ parcelof TEAL
i I..IIo.dllll'\\"iiniii, under the end center,tiver-end and out big remaining in t the third period reaching the punter The of $29.H: ()( to install a second offer and we can amend our land in the NW 1-4 of the block 5, Gaskin's Addition to <
Punifile'.t'ontinue Tornadoes recovered the loose to supplement one with said. of Starke for $100.
I I..hdl', tackle W PII pump contract you. Eng t SEl-4 Sec. 35, T6S R22E for
The rest of the game saw football on their own 47 built last December has been Although that still left open $4.000. Carl Richard and Irma Jean
IK. I i-cm. jio. pounced on it each team stymied by cut to $25.0tM:!: ) with the deletionof the question of where the cityis Aaron and Milia Williamssold Hough sold to Daniel J. and
tumbles Both teams moved Tin'ludix's Hull several items. Katherine B. Griffis land in ACRYLICCARPETS
I orn.idtM1. Hold.. going(( to get, the $11.000 for to W.H. and Pearl J.
Iiiit\ t KaMside: *couldn't the football when they could Covering 5.1 yards in t 12: Eng t said he'd spoken to its share of the project the Williams land in the NWl-4 of Sec. 13. T7S R20E for 3483.
'''hi- I Hill. the omUone put hold onto itKalside plays the Tornadoes rolled Farmers Home Administration / board did not discuss it at the SEl-4 of Sec. 35, T6S R22E Florence Mary Donaldsonsold The appearance and
.. the in Tonuiiloes even.iiiei : ,II'o:11I: yards to into the Eastside end/one for officials who told him length. Eng: said there was a for $4,000. to Ralph D. Hartung lot 2. texture of acrylic carpetsis
hallwav wereiriulied the Hanes 4H and tumbled. the final time with 5II: left in that if the city agreed, to put possibility of an FHA loan to C. Kenneth and Carolyn M.\ blockZ Santa Fe Shores for much like wool carpets.
(Ii thegnuII Tornado the ,Fullback $4.50(1( left from last ear's 3000. Acrylics are reknown for
I l-iillh.u-k Mike Thomas hit tackle Roland game Jimmy finance the city's share, and Barfield sold to William A.
'he middle down up (Cummings/ recovered The Clark carried the final l'i' SliMi.oon\ F'H.grant for its the city: will presumably look and Brenda J. Stroud lots 13 'Longchamp Homes Inc. their wearability.
d- on lirsl for Tornadoes (got( off one play a yards for the score but IJB water system! towards the second into that and 14 in Sec. 11, T5S R22E sold to William and Anna Jean resistance to soiling and
vi>unt I the \I1' lard line 111\ yarder on the O.B keeper Prevail again missed the well, it i FHA i would\ ) In its other business, the for 25000. Alvarez lot 6, block 2, staining color retention
i ( back iJebiie. Hut on the second play tJB extra point. BUS led :26-6.! the consider a grant for half the city' ok'd the month's financial Jonathan A. and Jean Smith Pinebreeze for 19200. resistance to abrasion
turning II'I\lnltht, i tackle Harry but found ""1'\ all fumbll'dIth final score. remaining/ amount leavingthe statements and bills, with the Lee sold to Roger E, and Mildred C. Copeland sold to dyeability, risilency. and
". >hd 'AiII. Fullback Tlxmtas a Eastside: guard Sam Welseylecovering Eastside handled the ball city to come up with exception of a S41i bill on the JeanmeCulverson a portion of Delano and Gladys Thomasand cleanability. This fiber is
punched, .it left guard third I twice more, fumbling it away around SIIIH0Mayor \ dump truck, which the board the N420' of the NWl-4 of the Stephen and Dorothy non-allergenic mildew
down\I \ un The [Rams drove out two twice The Tornadoes handled : Ren :McCulley added called "outrageous" City NEl-4 which lies W of SR 100 Simmons land in the NE proof and moth proof.
r.irii.id.i.not. defense some give and in I the first t drew II on runs of 13.10. and the ball twice unable to move that the city would\ probablyneed attorney Richard Welty said it in Sec. 13 T7S. R22E for corner of the SEl-4 of the SE1- Acrylic fiber is

[tlie 1"lbuli i down to the pushed 7 yards by "Kemps Erie Biggs one time and fumbling the ball a second well, with niMi could well have been a $18.000./ 4 the SW1-4 of Sec. 21, T6S. manufactured from a
I r. I fourth. dawn I fullback million addition to the Law tt..v Shuford promised/ to double. sold to W.B. and Thelma M.\ William and composed of at least 85
niomatried lelt tackle. but BUS JV To Meet Community Correctional l check it for the board. Woods land in the NW 1-4 of Nilde A. Sackett sold to per cent by weight of
the Tornado defense Jackets Center is completed next The board also turned down the SE 1-4 of the NW 1-4 of Sec. George E. Green land lying in acrylonitrile, which is a.
rose up month. arequestfrom theliredcpart'ment 29. R22E for 23400. Sec. 24. T6S R22E for $22.000. liquid derivative of
The ball
we'll need it. let's go ahead house so the third fire truck Starling sold to William S. and Gerald F. and Ruth M. Burns Sounds like a lot of big
K.IIIIHiive Bradford and get it I don't want\ to could be parked there insteadof Grace C. Monaco lot 14. block land in the SEl-4 of the ;NWl-4; words. but it all boils
The second half County high'sjunior for the Deaf in
26-8 the
dilterent varsity football squad season aggravate the state." he said. in a private garage, as it is 2, Eastwood for 24500. of Sec. 17, R22E for $17,366. down to the fact that
\ then
"Kemps story returned the travels to St Augustine opener the Gainesville dropped one to The original $240.000 now the board said this Leland A. and Doshia Smith Stephen W. and ElizabethAnn acrylic carpets are high
High Jsquad system, installed last year, ears budget has already Brown sold to William T. and McLeod sold to Terence quality.
!Hrudtoid kick oil :22: yards to tonight/ ''Thursdd Jet 7'' fora 27-0.
the Ham Ul The 1 Bradforddefense. 7:10: i contest with the St The St Augustine! Yellow did not include plans for a been approved and that there Emily Carter land on S. E and Ann E. Rieske lot 14 of Price and quality are
): second ell because t the cor- just wasn't any money for it. Hampton Lake In Sec. 27, Five Oaks for 35000. available from our store.
Augustine HighYellow I
MI invincible thelirsl t Jackets 1-2 the
in on ,
year rectional system addition had The addition ould cost $2.700. R22E for $8,000.Geraldine North Florida Realty Co. Shop today and compareour
halt began, to melt under Jackets.JV : opened w nth a 42-O pounding of not been' announced, and Clerk Lucille Shuford said Hall Williamssold sold to Clyde W. Simpson land prices with others.

.in oil t.ukle by the Rams.Kemps Daytona Seabreeze, then therefore the city couldn't afford qualifying for this year's city to Marvin M.\ and lying In Sec..25, T8S.R22E for.. We know that you will bepleu.d.
small but coach Reddy CO15 -- .
dropped of close :
very quick a pair
gamesto $43.000. -
it at the time. Eng explained. elections will be October 620. Geraldine Williams near the .. .
and last t. would slip throughany planning some personnelchanges Bishop Kenny of Although they had SE Walter Williams & Sons
no :McCulley\ has said he will run corner Lafayette and
little hole and be in Ihe in'his I 1-1 squad but Jacksonville, 8.6 and 12.8 Inc. sold
; definite, figures, city officials for re-election, but has not Westmoreland Streets, to John T. and Joyce
Tornado secondary in an says he's not made any firm Cox says the Yellow are figuring that the additional qualified yet. The other Starke for $100. Y. Holloway land in the SWl-4 TvalTilv
Ill.-taut decisions yet on his starting Jackets'number one water users will makeup councilman for re-election Cecil E. and Dora B. of the SEl-4 of Sec. 35, T5S,
The Tornado defense never lineup.It quarterback. Keith Daniel for the cost of financing the up Crawford sold R22E for 19800. Carpet
John Robertson has not yet to Richard E.
odd stop the Rams on that 62 w ill be the third outing of played Injured the last two second well. Shuford and Ann Walter Williams&sons. Inc.
Shirley Crawford lot
w v.inl drive" which opened the the year for the Tornadoes )games!: but is expected to be at 1 In answer\ to a nu""stinn from said announced his else plans.has qualified 24 of Woodlawn In Sec. 18, T5S sold to Walter E,' and CarrieF 964.7423
Hunt penol In 14 plays thek who beat the Florida School full speed tonight not be necessary for the city to for no one the election yet R22E for"$9,000. Lewallen land in the SWl-4 Starke E Call St.

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