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 14, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Fears that Bradford

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yyy rte' '' M h ',r;"j '0. M6#.,ar Opinion Divided use impregnable plan might blueprint become for the an 1.

G ; future were set to rest .
f t fit"I y,4x it Tuesday night in the first of a .I

1'h J ,nx6, hw. series of public meetings to
obtain from the
input county
Over and its municipalities.
,1 OperationOf Charles Kiester land use
I '.., \.' planner with the North

t R r I r, nII Florida Regional Planning
Council, told representativesfrom I
Starke, Lawtey, and "

UC HospitalOpinion Hampton that "...we don't
want to do your planning for
I vou we want you to do it." .
.- t. ty s y was sharply divided the management firm how to There is nothing sacred I

"" : by, Union General Hospital do the job it.is hired to do. about the land use map (
trustees 'on whether the D.M. Hale, trustee displayed at the meeting, .' ,*.
management firm Health chairman, said he thought Kiester said, and if the public
Five-year old Selena Norman seems to have a Jump on most of the other kids, Care Facilities (HCF) of Fort HCF Is doing a good job in the doesn't like It, then it will be I
Be Frost On The Pumpkins Soon us she's got her Jack-o-lanlern carved and ready to go for Halloween October 31. Lauderdale is doing the job it length of time the firm has changed. He emphasized that '

Selena is the daughter of Mr. and :Mrs. L.M. Norman.-owner. and operators of was hired to do in August. been associated with the any plan adopted will not be i

Produce t'S-301 North. hospital. permanent, but will be subject _
Norman's on v.. Dispute arose at the regular
Boxx indicated the hospitalwill to review and change from

between monthly hospital meeting trustee Monday J.D. be ready for the inspection lime to time to keep pace with j
that will be conducted by the changing needs of the
Griffis and lirF repre- two representatives from county for the best use of its
Bids sentative Bernie Boxx on whyit
f School Board Authorizes Medicare-Medicade, a fire land area.
was taking so long to get a
Medicare Boxx marshal), a nurse and a Changes Involving small 4
inspection consultant. The inspectorswill areas may be made almost
said is slated for
an inspection
October 2122. The inspectionis be looking at the nursing instantly on the local level by
of staff, the dietary facilities, the local zoning boards and
necessary in Medicare payment and policies and procedures and the county and city
On New Furniture some
EquipmentSeeking Medicade insurance checking to see if medical governments Involved,
records are up to date. Kiester said; but any major
payments. Staff member Dr. M.L. decision involving more than
"If we haven't done our job Jewell claimed the operating five of the area
to spend some of its Vo-Tech school, $30.000 for the difficult to contact these BUS and attend night school. in good shape, said by the first of the month we facilities had been inoperablefor involved percent, whether municipalor

$4<>oooo surplus from last operations center, $1,500 for employees during the summer Jones, who is 15, was told to Farnsworth. will be gone," said Boxx. a month. county, would be subject to
I year, the Bradford County lockers at Bradford High and get insurance payments consult with BHS PrincipalTom awarded I a $3,950 contract to review at the
School Board authorized bids School, $4,000\) for the BHS from them. The board agreed. Casey and the Vo-Tech Terwillogar\ Motors, the low "If the board does not think "The hospital is a glorified a 60-day process

.Monday! on S2f llOOO( worth.of "band and $1,500 for ,the 'The board also .agreed to School and make sure that hfe "b\"ij"t"-'for pvrs'VM': ..*"of'i ,i9T7:, ..we'arednlay-beiobrzvaaviA! ",*Jiut ing.- hope,.." Dr. .Jewell.". ."levels\local* In regional-fllj' and' state' .
new furniture and equipmentfor Bradford Middle School Band. school would be able to attain normal truck for operational take our little black bag and said. --- decision 4'49Cj.\tiijivevcT; 1'f. .OJ
compile a list of official the final to alter the !
the county's schools. Also included Is a lump sum of be progress toward graduation. purposes. leave," said Boxx. He added Boxx and Jewell got into a I
clubs and to land
organizations by
The this $16.000 to be divided among okayed an annual dues ..took under advisement a that HCF was contracted for word duel on whether Jewell use plan rezoning I '..
large carryover provided to the Chamber of would be made at the local
year is due to an increase in schools to cover individual Commerce for distribution to payment of $1,032 to the request by School Services $3,000 a month, but they have had malpractice insurance. level, Kiester said,
for needs which Jockel said Florida School Board Director Lennard Register put $20,000 of HCF money into "I do not," Jewell admitted.
state monies more pupilsin local merchants. Merchantshad emphasizing that the plan is
would be distributed on a $4- Association. that the board consider the facility. Boxx claimed part of the in-
the county and $168.000 due complained to Douglasthat only a guide to the future, as
basis. its limit for ability of HCF to work out
per-child --approved a $217 payment to revising speed a
the last but not these from the and
county organizations seen ,
year present
and school buses, 40 miles "We have put our money lease agreement with the
Craig Associates, now
received because the county "This will a lot of equip- soliciting funds had gotten out Salley per must be adapted to changing
if had
put Gainesville, for fencing at hour (mph), to 55 mph. where our mouth is, I hospital stemmed from an
had to pay the state back from ment and furniture in our of hand lately. schoo.s. said school buses known then what I know todayI argument with Jewell to conditions.In .

overestimates of students in schools, and we need it," In its other business, the county'-paid accountant Harold C. now Register allowed to travel at are 55 I would have kept walking, or receive 25 percent of the net emphasizing the need for
years before. Jockel said. He added that board Farnsworth $2,950 for mph, and that buses in the better yet run," added Boxx. profit of the hospital. Boxx such planning Kiester said he
since school officials had had a "gut feeling that this
Included I In Superintendent official --delayed a request from auditing the school system's county are having trouble Boxx complained of inter said it was not possible to give is to
quoted catalog prices area going explode
Richard Jockel's authori- ninth grade BUS student Jeff 1975.76 internal accounts. The with time schedules with the net profits on a non-profit
ference others to tell
when making up the list of by trying (population-wise) some day.
Jones to drop day classes at audit shows the lower limit. making operation.
zation request is $46,000 for records to be .
items needed, the board oughtto The only question is when.
furniture, $35.000) for audio- realize quite a savings Much of the controversy will He attributed this feeling to
visual equipment, $20,000 for through the bid process. be anticlimatic if the bid for the fact that the migrationinto
cafeteria equipment, $20,000 The board also approved Master Selected the sale of the hospital is this area by disgruntled
for roundhouse repairs at theMonday $550; for the purchase of three Special Being successful. Health America of residents of South )Florida is

rollaway heaters for the bus Louisville, Kentucky has already under Way, and likely
School Services expressed a desire to purchase to increase
garage area. as problems
: !1r down !Irirr Director Lennard Register the hospital. In a recent "down there continue to j

said he had neglected to list Talksthe visit representatives asked multiply. ]!
this as a priority request to the For Bradford's Teacher the hospital bid be re- "With the great and ,
advertised. It was advertised
board this year. ..... increasing medical facilities !
Also the unsuccessfully in August.A in Gainesville I foresee
1 okayed was hiringof a .
j) classroom teachers Judy Negotiators for the which contains three names. around $250 per day plus expenses third step in the seven- letter of intent to purchasewas continued influx of retired ,
i Chief school board negotiator Douglas said. The month long teacher negotia- written by Health "
Burrows at Starke Elementary Bradford County School people into this area, Kiester
School and Joyce Board and the county's Eddie Douglas said when this board and the teachers will tions. The board's proposed America representatives on said.

J r Kuykendall at Hampton teachers, still unable to agreeon has been done, the remaining split the cost.Douglas salary schedule, including an completion of inspection of the The comprehensive land use
,', Elementary. The two schools, a teachers' contract following individual will be contactedand said the board has average 11 percent teacher hospital facilities. Union plan deals with ten factors
.. arrangements will be been trying to reach the indi- pay raise, was rejected by the County Commissioners
in addition to Southside Elementary mediation last month, including: land use, j
were authorized to have received a list from made to bring him here as viduals to determine how soon teachers in an August 25 vote. approved re-advertisement of transportation, conservation, j!

Oct. 18 receive an additional teacher which they will choose a soon as his schedule permits. they could be here, but addedhe A teacher counterproposalcalling the bid to be received no later water supply, sewer,
lust month after enrollmentsat special master to continue thought it would be at least for an average 19 percent than October 25 at 11 a m. andto drainage, solid waste, open
., BC School Board the schools proved higher contract talks. Cost of the special master, three weeks before the raise was turned down by be opened at that time The space and recreation, .
Rules-Sp.m. than expected. who will talk to both sides and negotiations could be resumed the board September 7, at Commission was told if the bid housing, and inter '

Bus Policy 7 p.m Vo-Tech director L.T. Each side is entitled to issue non-binding recommendations which point the talks were is favorable expected governmental coordination.
Oglesby was given permissionto strike a name from the list is expected to be The special master will be suspended.Two Health America to Kiester said that Bradford
Tuesday. Oct. 19 class weeks later labor take over operation of the
move a carpentry to County had contracted with I\.
the main building at the Brad- mediator Nate Kazin told the hospital immediately.Any North Florida Regional li V"
Starke Council ford County fairgrounds, Expansion May Be In Works two sides he didn't see an area firm that purchases the Planning Council for
25 bed has to make
7p.m. helping to relieve an overcrowding of agreement, and recommended facility preparation of its plan on a t
problem at the the introductionof arrangements to repay $70,000 three-year basis. Included in
Thursday, Oct. 21 school. said the master. left on a $100,000 loan from the
Oglesby a special the present (first) phase are !#,
center would be able to use the Farmers and Dealers Bank in water, sewer, drainage, and
For Local ] OfficeApparently County teachers are Lake Butler. Also the hospitalhas
BCH Board building all year round, with Telephone currently working under lastyear's solid waste facilities
received in the
7:30p.m.Saturday.Oct.il the of the weeks
exception .a. L.M. Gaines, county zoning
pay scale with the exception federal that will haveto
before and after the fair. money director and planning ,
distance calls without the of those raises agent
planning to The Telegraph was unableto be paid back either by the
In other business assistance of an operator. awarded to teachers fora said similar meetings wouldbe
Lawtey expand facilities here confirm that the company) county or the purchaser.
Gospel SingWesJside Marshall M.M. Jordan asked Continental Telephone is planning to most its Continental has 10.849 year's experience. Douglassaid Hospital trustees said they held in each of the
Park the board to provide a Company has purchased the business office here subscribers in Florida and the new salary schedule would be at the opening of the cooperating municipalities,
7 p.m. until.. crossing guard at the busy US- vacant Carlwood Interiors handles 13 exchanges will be effective the day it's bids and expressed a desire to Hampton, Brooker, and
Lawtey, within the next two
301 crossing at Lawtey saying Building at 384 North TempleAve. Continental officials In including Starke. Lawtey andKingsley ratified. receive a favorable bid. weeks for
the of
Fish Fry that when he is elsewhere in (US-301)). Bomfay were all unavailablefor Lake maximum purpose
obtaining local
business, thereis Continental customers will
Sp.m.sponsored, town on police watch the Documents dated comment. The receptionist find inserts in their =November," input into the plan.
by no one September 10 and 12 and filed answering the phone at the telephone bills outlining the Hampton Garbage "We don't want anyone to k

Bradford County crossing.Pointing out that the same with the county clerk's office district office originally said company's 5318Oacross.)\) feel that a plan has been
Volunteer here show Continental that there was no comment without him
adopted giving or
the-board rate increase.
exists Brooker
at ,
Fire problem purchased the building! from from anyone in the office, and The Florida Public Service her a chance to be heard," I
Starke and
Department Elementary Carl L. Johns and later said business office: "If
Southside Jockel said these owners Commission iPSC) denied a Contract AwardedA Gaines said. you don't
I -- schools were using janitors at Robert L, Kitchens for $55,000. manager Lymon :Mitchell had $240,000 interim rate hike to agree with the plan, now Is the I
been called out of town on an '
time to speak up.
BC Hospital the crossings. Continental in July.
emergency, and that the Gaines said that a planningmap I
Auxiliary could Under the proposed
"This present Gunshot Victim under him on Clerk Allen to
SaleVa.m.lp.m. supervisor was five-month garbage Mary agreed for each municipalitywould
Garage problems with liability. he increase, typical charge for a
vacation. residence line pickup contract was awardedto check to determine whetherthe be posted in the ,.
said. "We need to either offi- Dies Wound one-party
Hampton resident Jasper City Ordinance covers this respective city halls, where
Corner Walnut cially sanction using these would jump from $8.30 a
& Madison Streets people or tell them to cut it James E. "Jack" Ekard Local plant manager month to $12.10 and a typical Byrd Monday night by the matter. citizens can study them at
Chairman Curtis and
out." died Sunday from a gunshot Charles Titmus said he had no business rate would go to Hampton City Council. their leisure and be prepared
Elementary The board instructed the injury suffered October 1. comment until after the $24 23 from $15.15. Byrd who will be paid$270 a Councilman Taylor promisedto to make suggested changes.A .
Lawtey Halloween principal at Lawtey to appointa Ekard, 63, had been in Telegraph's deadline. There Public hearings have been month by the city for the obtain a report on the schedule for these I

Carnival5p.m"p.m. crossing guard and critical condition at the was no comment from the set for November 4 in Bonifay service, agreed to pick up tangible property of the Cityof meetings will be announced at .
approved the use of custodial Veterans' Administration local customer service office and November 9 and 10 in garbage and trash every Hampton. an early date Gaines said.
grounds personnel at the other schools. Hospital in Gainesville for ten on Call St. Starke regarding the proposedrate Monday morning. Councilman John Allen Under state law cities and
days.Ekard. increase. Also discussed was the made the motion to obtain a counties have until July I,
Business Affairs Director was found In the The local l office had been installation of lights in city small electric heater for use in 1979 to complete and adopt

I I QJIjr" (OJammunttg Eddie Douglas recommendedthat backyard of his Johns Street moved from Its location hall restrooms with the the City Hall office. This their comprehensive land use
the board deduct In- residence with a chest wound across from city hall in June, Nowadays when it comesto council deciding to check with motion was seconded by plans.
State dank surance premiums covering inflicted by an antique 12- 1975 after the installation of shocking reading matter, the light company and get Councilman Buck Oennisonand The "Local Government

; Account Now Inured Up twelve months over a period guage shotgun lying beside automatic billing you just can't beat a price recommendations about the passed. Mr. John Comprehensive I'laiming Art
of nine paychecks for school him. He had apparently! : been identification equipment. This tag. number of lights needed. Summers who acts as of 197$" require Jill Klorkfcl
To $40.000 byFed" the when After some discussion regarding Purchasing Agent for the counties amt tminioipnlilirN In
employees not paid in the cleaning gun it went equipment permits automatic -OrbJs'a Comedy Fillers!
.l Oepo..llnurenc. Corp summer. He said it was off. billing of direct dialed long election laws City (See "oKII; .(See "aIU'II


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TELEGRAPH October 14. 1978 .. .. r .-- -- .---------,---------- -' ---
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y.ye wfi .,. I Retired Hold Meeting District Teachers Oci- 7 + SPociaf Society dilury' 64.ide @! fYlte JYeWJ ] I

Tile district meeting of the d Duly .. --------- ..... ----- ---
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7 National Retired Teachers'Association -

City Thursday was, October held in Lake 7 in ...'' v.,', Ws" U DC Has First Fall Meeting Miss Hal Thi Nguyen Lawrence E. Knepper
the new Legion Hall with 34 4) 1. I

,' ? members Mrs. Wilma present.Simmons, the ,.'V"Indian., article Mrs. H.L.on Ancestors Speer read(why an meeting invitation where from she the read Kirby-an United Sept. 4 In Keystone. Heights RitesMiss

state president of the organi Smith chapter in Gainesvilleto
and died)) by
zation Ur. Grace Adams Summer' they fought W.T attend a luncheon on October Hal Thl Nguyen,
at the
Dr. and Dr. Mildred Veasey daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Stevens, Gager
9. The monthly meetingswill
r Carroll Cumbee were in Arrangement Weeks Wednesday, U.D.C.afternoon, of last be held at 3 p.m., insteadof Lang Van Nguyen of blacks,
and Lawrence Edward
attendance.The 3:30:: p.m., from now on. ''r
group was led in an Wins Prize week. the Knepper, son of Mr. and Mrs. Y' 'fir'' t f.f.s .
interesting and informative The meeting was held at During/ the program an Leland P. Knepper, of Crystal t

study of ways and means by Barbara Hollingsworth ofJulia's home of Mrs. O L. Beasley N. article The Song of Prayer by Lake, I Keystone Heights, were k' ,+
and Mrs. J.W. Kincaid on Helen Steiner Rice was read. '' "
work more joined in Holy matrimony
which they can Florist won a third with Mrs. L.D. 1i" u 1 1rs
efficiently and more meaning- Walnut Street The hostesses served September 4 at noon in St. n
award at the October 10
place Vining as cohostess.Mrs. refreshments to the 22 at- William's Catholic Church .in
fully. Design School and Show for Guy Sale president, social hour.
'Rending during the .
Coffee and doughnuts were Keystone.The
Barbara Godwin her fall theme centerpiece. presided over the business v
served when the group con r .l

vened at 8:30: a.m. and Her creation, entitled Nuptial Mass was ro4 .
Lamar Griffis luncheon was catered by the "Indian Summer," featured Roy Clemons Celebrates 64th BirthdayRoy celebrated by Father Michael! IRi ;4,
Red Barn. dried materials and nylons Williams, pastor of St.
Engagement Told Attending from Starke were such as brown eucalyptus, Clemons celebrated his Mrs. Jessie Norman and son William's, and Father '
Frances Hamilton, Leona green and yellow thistle nylon 64th birthday Sunday, October of Orlando, Mr. and ]Mrs. Anthony Tran Van Kiem, ? v A ,
:\11'. and! Mrs.: Henry Godwin Royal Ruth Frazier Edna poppies angel hair and 3, with a family dinner with Junior Parrish of Jacksonville friend of the bride's family ,
announce the engagement and Hart, Lillie Bridges and Kate German statticeused as filler. approximately 100 attending Mr. and Mrs. Gurney
approaching!! marriage of their Sheppard. including the Clemons seven Crews, Mrs. Stokes, Mrs. Bouquets of roses and .[6
daughter! Barbara Ann, to The contest, held at children and their families. Minnie Lee Roberson and Mr. chrysanthemums: in pink and .er..rsi
l. imar! Griffis, son of Mr. and Orlando's Kohler Plaza Hotel, Those from out-of-town attending and Mrs. Ulas Rhoden of Lake white, decorated the altar for -
Mrs. Ancil W. Griffis, all of Mrs. Alvarez unitotpTeletloraInc. Florida were: Mr. and Mrs. Butler,Mr. and Mrs. Clarence the special marraigi in Christ ,
Starke. a flower B.J. Mills of Lexington/ Park, Clemons of Orlando, Mr. and candle ceremony.
Miss Godwin is a senior at Celebrates wiring service. Md., Mr. and Mrs. Ottis Mrs.; Lloyd Moran, Mrs. Best man was David ,I tiG ()
Bradford High\ School and will Mrs Hollingsworth was Morgan and Mr. and Mrs. Morell Clemons and Mr. and Knepper, brother of the r
graduate January 20 1977. 80th Birthday accompanied to the show by Jerry Morgan of Ruskin, Mr. 1\1 rs. Jack Clemons of Palatka bridegroom, and usher was
:Mr. Griffis is a 1974 Julia Underhill her mother and Mrs. Raif Carroll and and Mrs. Patsy Newman of Norman Thomas Young. Altar
graduate of Bradford High Mrs. Errol Alvarez was and owner of Julia's, and Charles Carroll of Leesburg, Pompano and their families. boys were Francis Kneppor,
of the ,
brother bridegroom
in the
School and is employed honored at a surprise party on Dorothy Starling.In of the
Winn- Andrew Fanton. nephew
meat department at her 80th birthday Sunday Pine Level Youth Hold bride and Iluan !Nguyen; iIW
Dixie. afternoon at her home on addition to the centerpiece
The wedding is planned for the brother of the bride. :Mr. and :Mrs. Laurence E. Knepprr
Lafayette Street. contest award Barbecue Saturday EveningThe
The bride, appearing in a
February Assisting in serving and group also won a fresh of white Nottingham
caring for guests were Mrs. arrangement of pink carnations R..F. Bryant home on The dining tables were lace gown given in marriage by BCH Volunteers Plan
-------------- Virginia McGuire, Mrs. and pine cones and a SIM6 was the selling [for a covered with red and white '
Randy Chilly Nelson George Muggins and Mrs. T.C. large mum plant as door Pine Level Baptist Church checked cloths.Following her Cluny fitlhe r.lace accented the Money Making ProjectsThe

Johnson of Chicago and Arty 1atnJr prizes. couples' fellowship Saturday the supper the 45 empire styled bodice which
Weinberg of Fort Lauderdale ---_---------- Between 175 and 200 persons evening. attending enjoyed games and featured short cap sleeves anda Bradford CountyIlospit.il project.Money.
all students of the Universityof were present at the show, Preparing the barbecue for fellowship square neckline. She wore afingertip 'l't'ena Volunteers : for the project will
Florida, spent the Mrs. 11.M. Richards spent which included two sessions in dish were Out-of-town guests were Mr. washes
South with Mr. and the covered supper veil scalloped with met Tuesday Oct. 5, and be raised! through car
weekend with :Mr and Mrs. the weekend Buck in Palatka. design. R.F. Bryant, Roy Bryant, and Mrs. Floyde Spraggins of Venice lace daisies and made plans for money making and selling candy at school.
Carl Hurst and family Mrs. Lyle Thad Smith and Bill Black Fort Worth, Texas, and carried an arm bouquet of projee'Lti.Officers. The next car wash will be Oct.
-- burn. Mrs. Betty Blackburn Mr. and Mrs. Marty Starlingand pink and white roses accented for 1976-77 are 19 at Hurst's Service Station.
Mrs. Linda Smith, Mrs. Roy Miss Gail Reddish of with greenery. President, Teresa Hobbs Other projects plannned arc
Bryant and Mrs. U.F. Bryant Lima, Peru. Thuy Ha Thi !Nguyen; sisterof Vice-f'resident Michelle making I Iraq favors( once II i

were in charge of decorations. -------------- the bride served as maid of Gullion, Treasurer Donna month for hospital patients;;
QuartsonV$3199f honor. She wore a pink gown, Brantley. and Secretary on hallovteen, dressing up in
II I I I SHAW FUIInEUSIOS! Mrs. Delano Thomas :Mrs': trimmed with white lace. She Darlene Shirley. costumes and taking tray
SKT: SUSU.n'T. 17
Olivia Scott, Mrs. i.arryIlanlrn wore a pink bow headpiece The girls: meet the first favors to ptients; riding in
The 21st annual reunion of :Mrs. George Winkler and carried an arm bouquet of Tuesday of each month plus: homecoming parade.
and Mrs.: Clyde Sinclair, carnations. to
special meetings. They plan
the Shaw family will be heldSunday
Librarians in Bardford Joanna Mary Knepper, buy a blued pressure !gauge! .(
October 17 at the
Schools, attended the sister of the bridegroom. HollingsworthBirthday
Church in County ( for the hospital lor Ibis j ear'sHOSPITAL.rXII.IKY
Community Baptist FllIrili.1ssol'lItion for :Mediain dressed in an identical gown.
". Fairbanks, near GainesvilleA Education: State (invention served as bridesmaid. PartiesJulie
business meeting at 11:30a :
m. will be followed by a in Orlando last t\\cdnesday Organist Janet Lamm TOII(>!.IX\I SaturdayIPANELING accompanied Tommy Hollingsworth celebrated
through The Uradlord County
basket lunch.
I, js Prevost, soloist during theceremony. Hospital Auxiliary will hold a her sixth birthday at
I is Ilttttllti IIttllltts e to n. Mrs.\ Hilda While last week.
I Or garage.( .( sale SaturdI)', Ucl.3: two parties
for Captain's bed. i was tile Lector at the corner of S. Walnut and On September 30 Mrs.
Following the ceremony a Madison streets.Members Eunice Johns gave a party for
roomy ; CENTER4'x8' reception was held in the are asked to start Julie at her home on Epperson
and deck mirror t.di I II church hall. Bouquets of pink gathering.( items, clothes Street. The school yard theme
and white roses andchrysanthemums lurked goods and whatnots was carried out in the decor
carried out for the saleADK tions. Games ice cream and
i the bride's chosen colors.A cake were enjoyed by the
I, I I \ I II three tiered heart shaped youngsters.
I i SHEETS' / wedding cake, toped| by a HearsLecture On October 2 Julie's
I ,, i, bride and groom! ornament, parents, :Mr. and Mrs. Tommy

;.. aI | Prices A-, ) I centered the biide's table On Hollingsworth, gave a surprise
which was covered with an birthday party for her at

Start At J. it (,,1'' ecru linen cloth of cutwork Trip Abroad"A their home on Hampton Lake.A .
I) I t I embroidery. fish fry and cookout was
a ''I Assisting during the held in the yard which was de
I I / reception were Mrs. Park Summer in Europe" was corated with balloons and
l'l' Cheshier. Lynn B. Knepper the subject as the Alpha streamers in a Fairy Tale
1$299. and Teresa Knepper. Mamma; Chapter of Alpha theme.
Following wedding trip ti) Delta Kappa met for its Games i with prizes were enjoyed -
Disney' \\nrld the couple September meeting at the by the 18 children and
returned to Keystone where Episcopal: Parish House they picked favors off a

i ,---..,, t, See Us For Your Kitchen theyx\'ill reside Evelyn: "Bill" Sinclair told bubble gum and lollipop tree.
The bride attended Dinh of her study in Kurope: this Mrs. Julia Underhill Julie's
Cabinet Needs } Tien lining I School m Vang summer of the spirit of grandmother.( assisted in
i Vietnam and attended, Her was
Tau western man serving the 35: attending the
the University of Florida financed by a grant from the party which included the
VAUGHN-JOHNSON CO.II The bridegroom is 11 ADK for cultural enrichment. parents of the children.
graduate of Keystone Heights :Mrs. Sinclair was one of two nut-ot-town guests were
i I OPEN SAT 9.3 I High School and is a senior at recipients of the grant. Julie's grandparents, Mr. and
II the University of Floridl.ALLPELLETIZED .
11 Mrs. Hob C'ason and children
140 S. Thompson Starke 964-5711 !
I ,. Eunice Searing gave the Ph>ills and Timmy Ilollmgs-
i -- - a. fifties- ittiiie.r devotional, and refreshmentswere : worth of Lake City.
served by Frances
Hamilton. Huth Frazier, Kuth
t 1 NOW LINEof WE PENTSPREADER Reynolds and Lenore Allen. Mrs. Ronald Wood

s Super Plant Foods I Honored At
IS THE mi'l.KAIK" : lUUIHlr.;
from the makers ofGROTOIME Give Cl.l'liKKSl:: :IS Stork ShowerMrs.
TIMEFERTILIZE us your Dolly( Kumg and Jell

tisxnhrrnentry II,>v order now Wrenohalll'I'I' the winning Ronald Wood was
e for couple!, al Duplicate' Bridge" honored at a stork shower
9-7-7 PELLETS Tuesday night. Tying for Tuesday evening, October 5,
gal-- SPREADINGSERVICE second place \\('1'1'Irs: JmAlmestnger Milliard
Mrs. Daryl ,
-- Bag. $598 rrrr.r? : and :Mrs Kd given by Mrs.
Hate 'rY hearty r' :l.lrs.lorman!; Traylor,
I_, \\Wainw ht and Khea Wayne Wamwright, Miss Joy
with ; Johnson and !Lora 1 Frances Lame and Mrs. Handy
Formica'tops, __ I li I Tying for third place were Oilskins at the home of the
We Recommend double duty ///I, Lloyd !1'ierce and Mrs: Kim
for "full hitch"of ; latter SIM6.
a ami :Mrs H A. Green and :Mrs.'
active service! i i, /< Gro-Tone Weed & Feed j'rlOne I .J/ 11.I) Oilom. Upon presented her arrival with Mrs.a corsage Woodwas

GRO -TON Bag Covvrt 2500: Sq Ft made up of blue socks and

Rugged and masculine this suite r : Balanced long lasting; pellehzet Ir1EDln: blue ribbon to be used after
food for $ 9 8 :ED,
plant Augustine and the blessed event.
will appeal to young men of all rA'i 7 ::::""" .
i centipede town contains vital ;::"'",,,t":"::.- The refreshment table was
ages. Handsomely styled in rich _- --."s. "t tI Lr," 1T0n I Kills, weds seo -.,:;;}: ", covered with a lace cloth and
simulated maple tone with doveI.I. i v 1 Super Plant Foods balanced at either end with a

tailed center-guided drawers. ? o and Pesticides GRO-TOME BED MIX I ,r.-: crystal punch decorate ink
.""" with Special Formulas FOR ALL PLANTINGS GARDEN & FLOWERS { and blue cake by

Bachelor Chest $69" ? :, +tIF for Florida 5 Lb. $139 10 Lb. $2 39 ;, Mrs.Games Lloyd were Macy played by the

Small Hutch '499S -- SIR.. Bag Bag 21)) guests and prizes awardedto
A.kCharley Mrs. Michael Tew and Mrs.
8995 -
Study Desk Dean Traylor.

*599S 'r i 'rte ...4I The hostesses: presented the
Large Hutch ,__ E air-; Fall Vegetable & r, honoree with a diaper pail
3" Potted House ; '" filled with many useful items
E. after the baby's arrival.
Double Dresser M399S Panel BedSpindle 649S '
Plant ((69' vat) -; 'J Annual Plants I
Triple Dresser 1795 BedKingsize 89s JohnsAbout _

FREE With Purchase Of Mice' Selection of Fresh This Question:
4 Drawer Chest 8495 Headboard $3495 I 2)J 1joJ\1bWllr. .
Plants Favorite Varieties "We plan to buy a

5 Drawer Chest *9495 Night Table $44gSIt's HANGINGPLANTER .(. t'\, I camper. I understand and Mrs. L.F. Dinkins

HB 10 t '' Only that the simple 'fold- attended the funeral of
,.. -r- down' ade- Howard W. Kinard in Tallahassee
; campers are
A Fact You Can Do Better At ; c quately covered by Auto over the weekend.

AsstColors $ 1 49 l f'I, : 5 7 Liability and Mr. and Mrs. R.O. Dansby

1 Tray Homeowners Policies, visited Hoy Andrews in River
Reg 69 but that larger travel side Hospital on Sunday.

trailers, motor homes,
Mrs. Gayle Todor and
pick-up etc.
ORIDA campers family of Orange Park were
RYEGRASS. ', require special insurance Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.
\ EST )GARDEN CENTER for property and liability T.L. Casey, Jr.

f, 1 1I SEED ,\fONTIOt 539 E. Call! St. coverage.;( Is this true?"
y Mr. and Mrs. C.L Cooper
i'' Charley K.:
V Call 964-5745 visited Mr. and Mrs. Ernest

{I/'-. y+ 3 5 c I Home Office Gainesville Fla. Est. 1949! Also In. Ocala ,JOHNS AGE C'{ Lord and in Dixie Mr. County and Mrs.on Saturday Kuhl-

,. Lb Crystal River & Palatka LaKe City, .. Starke Jacksonville 131 SO WALNUT ST man Judah and Mr. and Mrs.
I St Augustine Tallahassee PHONE; 9'4'5070 (Hardy Dean in Chiefland on
I 434 W. Call St. Phone 964.5827 Starke Florida 50 Lb Bag +13" Sunday.page2 .


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'4. ': ijt tl E PERSONAlS Correctiol1ulOrricerAt Phillip Named Top RMC I, I I

James Phillips has been began working at the Union
promoted from Chief Correctional Institution in
!' Correctional Officer to 1961 and transferred in 1967 to ,
Darla Christopher and Mr. and Mrs. George Kev. and Mrs. Frank Assistant Superintendent of the Reception and Medical -: J
Briar Patray, seniors at Huggins were camping at Starling and family of the Reception and Medical Center. I i
Bradford High School, have Anastasia State Park last Panama City spent Sunday to Center, Lake Butler. He is the son of Mrs. O.J. I 1
been named commended week. Tuesday with their parents, Phillips, of Lake Butler Phillips and the late O.J. \
slt '1Yp students in the Merit Programby Mr. and Mrs. Joe Starling and (Griff) Phillips of Lawtey. >
the National Merit Mr. and Mrs. C.II.I! Mr. and Mrs. W.L. Thomas.
Scholarship CorporationNMSC Nasworthy spent five days CONNER OPEN: IIUl'!'''': Seven EnrolledIn .f.

( ). last week touring North Mrs. E.W. Hayes spent the
The two are among 35.000 Georgia, Blue lOdge and weekend with relatives in Commissioner and Mrs. Nursing j
a commended students nation- Smoky Mountains.Mr. Ocala and Sarasota.Mr. Doyle Connor invite their
f r wide who are being friends and neighbors from (:ourMeAtLCCC 1j
recognized for their outstanding and Mrs. John Myers and Mrs. J.E. Hardy Bradford County to attend 0
performance on the returned Monday from two visited Mr. and !Mrs. J.R. Open House at their home. Seven area students were i
1975 Preliminary Scholastic weeks visit with relatives in Wilson in Tampa over the 2002! Woodside Drive included among the 43 fresh- ; ,
Test-National Merit Tennessee, weekend.Mr. Tallahassee from 3 to 6:30: ) men entering the clinical .
Kansas Indiana
Ritual of Jewels degree was bestowed on: Mrs. Greg Morgan. Aptitude p.m. prior to the Florida-FSU
and experience ..'
Test. Georgia. phase of the 1
Mrs. VanSirmopoulos. Mrs. Wayne Blankenship and Mrs.John Scholarship students and Mrs. R.E. Firth and game. Career Education Division's .
Dukes left to right). Commended Local admittances grandson Beattie '
to Brad Barry ,
,' represented less than two registered nursing program at !.
ford County Hospital this spent the weekend at Daytona Lake '
Beta Sigma Phi percent of the nation'ssecondary City Cnmmunilv
week include Beach. EH
school senior class. : Ossie Wynn, c'olll.g

.,Holds Ritual Of IRBMB ,,..M Archie Green of Miami Mrs.Miss Elizabeth Elizabeth Crews Wimberly St., Mr. and Mrs. James Cash -q freshman Included class in ever the to largest qualify ,. .
and family of Orlando
Clair spent
Harley Freeman .
the weekend with his
spent for this at LCCC are:
the weekend with her phase
.Jewels Rhoden, Peggy Sweat and parents,
Ceremony mother. Mrs. L.J. Green.
Julie Braillier and Glenda ,
f> Mrs. Brenda Davis of Starke; Sen. and Mrs. Charley Johns.
Stewart, Lake Butler;
V JA covered dish supper was Mrs. Ewell Lawson visited Mrs. Fannie Bruner Mrs. Mr. and M.F. Hazen have Danette Hodrique and
held ut the home of Mrs. J.D. her niece, Mrs. Myrtle Bar- Sarah Reynolds and David had as visitors Mr. and Mrs. Deborah Shuford Starke;
:Nichols; on Monday, October field in Columbus, Georgia Green of Kaiford; Orville Purvis Hazen of Ocala last A dog hears twice as well as Kenneth Tackett and Kay
II, for pledges and members from Saturday to Tuesday. Brookins of Hampton; and Thursday and Mr. and Mrs. a human. Wilkerson, Kaiford; and
( the Gamma Theta Mrs. Obelia Tetstone of
ff chapter
Aubrey Hazen of Gainesvilleon Josephine Wilkinson Lawtey.
,xf Beta Sigma Phi. Mrs. Julia Underhill Mrs. Brooker. Saturday.
e,Following a brief business Barbara Hollingsworth and
meeting, the pledges were in- Mrs. Dorothy Starling visited Jilrs. John W. Griffin spent Marvin Lawson celebratedhis ATTENTION LADIES
'sUilltHi I us members during the ..' Mrs. Underhill's soninlawand the weekend with Mr. and 76th birthday Sunday 1
:Ritual of Jewels candlelight daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Maurice Anderson in afternoon with an ice cream A Powder PuffAuto .
iceremony. Pledges receiving Robert Krye and son. Tony in Meigs, Georgia.Mrs. and cake party given by his
;the! Ritual of Jewels degree Lakeland Saturday overnight. children, Mr. and Mrs.! David J,
.:'wt'l'eIrs.: : Bobby Alvarez On Sunday they attended a Lou Struth and Lawson, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mechanic
:Mrs. Richard Little, Mrs. J.D. Florida Unit of Tcleflora grandson Bobby Case of Lake Lawson Mr. and Mrs. Guy ;
:'I.ldwls.Irs.: Robert Bowen design school show and City.visited!Mr. and!Mrs. Hod Dyal Mrs. Sally Johns and
and :Mrs. H.G.Illton! of meeting where they won door Struth and family in Plant Sonny Lawson. The 28 attending Course
Slurkv and Mrs. Danny prizes. City over the weekend.Ron included the Starke
Sliders of Law ley. Lawson families. Is Being Offered On Monday &
Mrs. Becky Giebrrg. County Extension: Home Economics: Mr. and Mrs. Harry Green, Thomas of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Hall, Jr.
daughter Eoline and son, visited his father, Ronald L. Wednesday Nights From 7:00 To
Agent, to present sewing demonstration.Mrs. and daughters Susan and :
Nelson,Mrs Titus Olson Mrs. Thomas in Keystone Heightsover of Gainesville
JBIRTHS Becky Giebeig county "Shopping for Knits" will be Don Hardonboock and Mary the weekend.Mr. Sunday evening dinner guestsof were 10:00: P.M. I
extension home economics presented Thursday, October Anne and Kevin Miller at- Mrs. Hall's parents Mr. The Course Is Aimed At Emergency Situations -
and !Mrs. Bennie
agent, will be presenting 14; "The Perfect Dress tended the Alpha-Jesus Music and Mrs. Mac Baldwin and
:Mr and :Mrs. Dale Brown of Dressmaker Techniques Zipper" October 15 and Festival in Brandon on Williams and children celebrated the birthdays of If Interested Call To The Vo-
Suzanne and Mark of
Slarkc' announce the birth of a October 14- IS and October 22. "Bound Buttonholes" October Saturday.Mrs. Nancy and Mr. Hall. .

NOIL Kyle Andrew born 22. Annie Mae Ensor of Savannah visiting her parents Georgia, !Mr.were and Mr and Mrs. J.n. Moncriefwere Tech Center At 964-6150 t\
(klober12in' Alachua General Jacksonville visited her in Quincey over the
Mack Williams from
The short demonstrationswill Mrs.
1. wel'kl'nd'Isiting Mrs. Gwen 964-8661 .
Hospital.Maternal mother, Mrs. Bertha Pearce. ;
: grandparents are ::/jou.-Know/ be in T G & Y fabric over the weekend Sunday to Thursday. King and Mrs. Sybil Belts.
:Mr.\ and Mrs. Robert M. department at 12:15: and 3:30:
:Mcltac\ and paternal p.m., and are free of charge.All 4
grandparents! are :Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Harold programs presented by the
:Mrs.\ I..T Johns. Branham visited Mr.and Mrs. Cooperative Extension t tA
F.E. Branham in Palatka on Service are open to the public RTTN
without to coloror
regard race
------ Sunday. national origin. t

:Mr and :Mrs. J. S. Waters of
Mrs. Monette Stewart of
I.awti'y announce I the birth ofa
Trenton was last Thursday
MIII. JUMIII Craig born visitor of Mr. and Mrs. C.L. I
I k'Inllt'rU\ at St. Vincent's
lliispil.il.) I
(;iramlp.irenls are Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barksdale was k1)o v CarpetmgJUTE

.Mrs .1 I.. Waters of Lawtey honored at a small birthday Don't Miss This Sale! If You Are Going To Buy A New Washer,
.lId11'\ :\ and :Mrs. Claude A.
Morgan' ; III>t Starke.Mr week luncheon given Wednesday by her daughters of last, Dryer, Range Reff., Or T.V. Check Our Prices First For Big

Mrs. Lee Sparks and Mrs. In The Store Has Been Marked Down
-- - James O'Brian at their homeon Savings. Every Appliance
: and :Mrs Ronald E.i.irur A
( el Starke announce W. Madison Street. KEN For This SALE. We Offer You FREE Delivery And Service. Yes

1 I\ I l the U-vrre.birth l horn ol a October son. Jason 4 in have Mr. and returned Mrs. Guy after Andrews three TEAL We Have Terms 30-60-90 Same As Cash Or Take Up To 24 Mo.Reniember .

1 AItdlUit'lwral\ I Hospital..Mr months in Little Switzerland.N.C. .
Buy At Home And Save At Home otf.'';
I __
: and :Mrs. Jack M. Mrs. C.C. Hoppe of Tampais UTE OR FROST 17 CUBIC "'
('I'"alurd ot Kaifordamiminri this week with her
spending RUBBER BACK
\ the birth of a on. Whirlpool FOOT
sisters Mrs. 0 L. Beasley and FREE
Adam Derek. horn October\ \. Mrs. J.W. Kincaid. Should you select carpet Whirlpool CHECK OUR
Al.icliua General .
I in Hospital.iramlparents ( ..
lute| backing or
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(; are :Mr. and r> 'f
F.E. of Gainesville
Bollinger rubber ,
backing? First.let's
:Mrs\ W K Broun Hampton the weekend with L ,.. So
spent define the two terms. ;
iind :?Mrs l Leltie Crawford ofl.awll'Y ; or LOWLOWPRICES I
Dr. and Mrs. H G. 4
Bollinger. Jute is a woven backing A ,-G' ..
Mrs. Janet Turner celebrated derived from fibrous ALL CHESTFREEZER I
-------------. her birthday Sunday ata plants native to India, S "1-11= -, ONLY
family dinner party. Out-of- and the Far East. Rubberis .
1 Dr. and :Mrs. T W. Stiegler town guests were Mr. and a cushioned. spongy SIZES T ; ,f.'T. -- TO
of Wilmington Delaware Mrs. Brant Turner and Vicky carpet backing. .
were weekend guests( of :Mrs.TT Turner of Gainesville and Kay AT r-. -- I SELL
Long( while enroute to Turner and Bob Johnson of Rubber backed carpets NOW C r: .:.
.Ilillsborough Beach. Jacksonville. do not require padding,
while |lute backed carpet IN STOCK FIRST H I ; _
needs a separate pad A
underneath. However, __fA\. r
DeWitt C.JonesFuneral the cost of rubber backed ./ N '" ., I
and the combinedcost ,
carpets -;, !
of lute and pad will C. !.;JfJa,;" _
likely be quite close in the EAT 171 SK
same quality of goods.So ... t'l"'' ri"rl";" E
HI ) \
HomeSTARKE 9 5 :
it's really( up to the lij 'V' :
$159 I ..
individual customer. We PRICES START AS LOW AS *"':'I: ..... EQUIPPED FOR ADD ON ICE MAKER

have backing carpets and with with rubber lute ", B & W T.v. taiUBBTi::,'

KEYSTONE backing. Take your pick. THEY LAST $

Look over our vast FREE COFFEE ,,_ ;;llil WHILE THEY LAST CHILE 33800 Trade
984-6200 473-3176 opportunity.selection at your earliest ( ::! _, 1

RENTALS Teal Tile & COKE > ALL --- |TFREE\ :: \

T.V. ,

Hospital Beds -Wheel Chairs Cr Carpet ..L == Ali. ; ') NOW r-: g ce Ik' I jj1 ) < BALLOONS litVhirlpool

964-423 SALE A _
& Crutches ....ON > S\
Starke E. Call St. ; i
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ONLY $ 88 00f'r Magic Chef .I'-
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Styling Center A COLOR'S : T $;.. THAT

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---------------------I This, Coupon Worth' >*" ..:. I
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No Treatments t J I I Treatments I V ; MODEL'S I ..- RANGE

Without! Coupon |I FREE PROTEINTREATMENT I I II Without Coupon ,jl tI--- NOW NOW !

Good Thru 10.20.78 Model LDA 3000 .--
------ COUPON -------- 2 washing and 2 spin speeds E j ON SALE .
3 cycles: NORMAL. GENTLE i' I -
Due To Popular Demand, We Will Once Again Offer and SOAK DDE300 \ II i I ==' I
Easv-to-clean filter I
You A Free Protein Treatment With Any Service Given II I

Phone Today For Your ONLY NOW $ 2 2 995 w, Trade NOW ONLY $ 169 9 5 Model U316W14 ONLYS188 00 wTradeSAWYERSLADE I L' .

I Appointment 964-8547

442-F W. Madison St. Starke. Next To Piggly Wiggly APPLIANCE

I The Ultimate In Hair-Styling & GroomingFor

Men & Women

GOOD LUCK TORNADOES 1 Tp to. 14 332 W. Madison St.c. .

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BETTY'S Book Sale Set By Gainesville Union Borrows $45,000To Meet Current Deficit<<=: I

ln biit: Library ,
BEAUTY SALON Union County bank the board customarily are on the board of directorsof sharing funds Driggers had been saia. taken return from UBCU the suiunuii Union County:niiu u
The annual used book sale In addition to bOOKS of all Commissioners, $45,000 in the dues business with county Farmers and Dealers the Gasoline tax and Health Department. Mrs
Special '2000 conducted by the Gainesville kinds, records, puzzles, red after they overestimatedrevenues attorney Hal Maines only bank In Union County. estimated at $38,000 funds at Chaffin owner of Jim's
Perms Friends' of the Library will be games and sheet music can be last year, decided recommended that Earlier Maines had told the revenue-sharing Furniture In Lake Butler anda
For 14'V
held on October 20. 21, 22 and bought with most items selling Tuesday night to borrow commissioner Paul Riherd board that he'd made several some$100,000; actual both furniturerefinishinghobbyist
2 Weeks Only 23 at 313 E. University Ave. from 10 to 90 cents. Buyers are money to enable them to meet who is president of the bank inquiries and that while there the county for over told the board she'd
across from the Gainesville reminded to bring a box or current cash obligations.The sign a conflict of interest was no specific law permitting categories were just taken some old chairs: from
Tues Thru Sat Chamber' of Commerce bag to carry their purchases. $45,000, to be borrowed statement. The statement county commissions to borrow $90,000. of the health
the porch
Norlh On 301 Hours for the sale are 9 from Lake Butler's Farmers Maines said, calls attention toRiherd's money.neither did there seem "This is just a temporary and planned 1
V Proceeds of the sale are to be a law prohibiting it. we'll be out of it next department to
,I in to 9 p m for the first day and Dealers Bank, will be lent abstention from thing said. refinish them. She was told
Ct !994/ 78. For Apoo.nl'oenr" ol the sale and 9 a.m. to 6 p.m used to extend the services of an eight percent ($600)) voting on the matter.In "From all the informationI've fiscal year Driggers not
on citizens are
the public library been able to gather I see In other business taken up that permittedto
zT Pa io7 1014 for the remaining da\ discount basis and will be addition, Maines and session help themselves to
no reason why cannot do at the short special county
repaid by December 15, 1976. county clerk Robert Driggersalso you property and that she'd haveto
it, he said. the board:
out that signed disclosure of
pointing collectingtax purchase the furniture at a
The current financial agreed to stop
interest forms. Both
Dealers is the specified
Farmers and
under $1, auction. Her requestfor
crunch resulted from an bills totaling
2DoublewidesTo .r..ei.e.. overestimation last year of saying that it costs over $lln a public auction is to be
"Within Your Means Now, peace. Of Mind Always" gasoline tax revenue and postage to collect them. included on the November 2
federal and state revenue told Jackie Chaffin to commission agenda.

Be Sold At Dealer CostA PRE .........I tI
FUNERALSSome Local Businessmen Say 'J 'hey re TiredOf

people prefer to make funeral arrangements .

24x56 Which Includes Air preference In advance And he when or she a person wants some has definite assure Being Hit For Funds By Students *

once that these wishes be followed. This approach where you can't give
& Local merchants. some hit for handouts by school "
Condition is best. anymore Just tell them 'no',
saying they're tired of being organizations gave school
With the rising cost of everything a prearranged board business manager Douglas said. "It's a
Retail Jit SIT fill A funeral will not cost any more than GET PROFESSIONAL Eddie Douglas a mild grilling\ legitimate expense and we
Haw m today's prices, only the interest on the prearrangement when he spoke to the Chamberof could budget it, but where
$:*&iB'M Come In and talk to us about this. carpet cleaning molts! Commerce Board of would we draw the line We'd
October 7. be supporting the annual the
Come Sec And You Will Believe I'm sure there are many questions to be asked. (At do'i it fjotiwlfpriest) Directors The merchants told Douglasat football program the
the Garden Restaurant banquets and everything else.
Archer Funeral Home lunch meeting that while There'd be no end to it."
John Brown'sMOBILE RENT OUR KINJENVAC-ttM they wanted to support school
DOYLE M. ARCHER, l.F.D. pwukl, --!Mt went activities it had gotten to the
Mtnctlon sink cl..l....wckhMriiMM .
where they simplycouldn't HamptonGarbfige
diet point
HOME CENTER 'Our Goal Is To Be Worthy Of Your Confidence" Fors' afford to give to
e tmiptt fI......with !hot
301 S. Starke Fla. well sod. ......1....*a\\ 964.5757
e 1 .n4.. HIM dirt donation and asked if such
473-3775 Keystone, Fla. Volunteer Ambulance. Funerals Monuments |riM.... tMitfvM.. U die ,. funds could be put into the <( r.rp.t MriK wtitni J school board budget.
tMy r.a.0ad we 1..lortlll' .'_ "My first reaction is if Council was instructed to look

.i ,L.raar III...,.ts h' you've reached the point for a heater.
AdGoodThur Mort.Oct. 18/1976 > ti' requested use of the City Hall
Se n. Richard Stone for a Church service. After
some discussion it was
1 / i Sets J'isilllprf> decided not to hold regular
I streeCa/t. Church services in the City
/ U.S. Sen. Dick Stone will be Hall
{ in Starke next Wednesday, Marshall Green reported he
r October 20. had given several traffic
Stark, Fta. I f((4 Moure'J') Sen. Stone will be at the tickets as well as one reckless
D Rant tor Telegraph office on Call St. at driving ticket recently He
re> only 10 a.m., and at the Bradford also reported that the dIsputeover
m'ri'tu.ws, l2X l day County Courthouse from 10:30to : a fence had been settled.
11:30.: Regarding the bumpy
JACKSON Citizens are invited to bring railroad crossing in the city.
BUILDING SUPPLYStarke questions comments and Councilman Taylor said this
other matters to Sen. Stone's matter had to be handled
964-6078 attention during his visit. through the State Road
Department and that he is
(OUtWOA4s&ddtt9rvaxx working on this matter
Some discussion was held
Foundation Paving Co. regarding! sale of beer and
wine in ll.impton on Sundays
ASPHALT PAVINGFill Councilman Taylor expressedthe
1 opinion that those wanting
Dirt Grading these products would only but
them elsewhere and felt the
LandscapingFree Hampton city merchants
should not be deprived of
t Id i
e these sales.
The regular meeting!! night!
was changed to Monday so
Phone 964-7813
that the 'ouncilmen.. City
Clerk and ;\\..I'orould be
\ := l\ ;'rtloorlerl able to attend the Comprehensive (
\ \ / !'hlnningeetmjt: \
scheduled lor Tuesday
+ Ntlt,,,. I Mb tar October 12. in Starke.

+ ( $ ltklil OPEN HOUSE

Co ii n f.v I1/In n. .
Full Size Highway 16 North-Raiford Road
::.. .. ... TNii. ; \ 3:Miles From Starke (From Page l>
SHEETS 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. prepare and adopt
,. comprehensive plans! to guide
: future development in the

.. .. __.w -. '. ., $ 3':2.a z >. You are invited to inspecta state"public The participation act also requires in the

\.L new 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath planning process" is
Twin'Size the reason for the hearings
PILLOW brick home on a oneacrelot. now being held
The purpose, as stated in the
$ 2 0 0 SHEETS. ; This spacious home also local act.is to governments assure that Florida's"can

CASES Q'? has central heat and air, anda preserve and enhance present
::: ::::::L.. : advantages; encourage the

..... .. ..... separate living room and most water appropriate, and other use resources of land.

: dining room. consistent with the public
Men's Western 7 4 SAVE" y interest: overcome present
I Y This home is in a new handicap; and th'aleffecUvl'ly
---A : :,: c-V ) with luture
development by Realtor problems! that may result'
from the use and development
OShirts George Roberts. of jurisdictions.land "within their

I A final aim is to "prevent
CRABTREE BUILDERSOtis the overcrow ding of land, and
I Je \ Crabtree Larry Henry avoid undue concentration ofpopulation"
$ + GIRLS in what is now the
4 ,' 'CJ*'' !r"" Phonf M4-HOH7: I tree IO-M '-III.'>-t06-l fastest growing slate of the

.: \ $,. : .:t ii::1::!: -V VV5 VgV5 .1 nation. as.s .s

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Giant SizeFAQ \
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$577 f ''SPECIALS ..

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r. TY i i AsLety Told Local Physicians Not Too Enthusiastic

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dill About Swine Flu Vaccine For Everyone.. r Ii 1

Joe Kerrigan, president of Although it's being advised Three doctors polled said any further comment, that are predicting an epidemic of
the Bradford County Senior and promoted In a nation-wide they hadn't made up their they weren't making recom- swine flu this season
Citizens, Inc., today releaseda campaign, the swine flu vac- minds yet, and wanted to con- mendations one way or the (September through March)
= copy of a letter written to cine has not captured the all- sult with colleagues before other to patients, except to that could be as bad or worse

e = r ; Governor Reubin Askew out enthusiasm of local making recommendations to urge the chronically ill to receive than the 19(18-69; Hong Kongflu
stating that he (Kerrigan) had physiciansResults patients. the vaccine. which they say took 33,000
"been informed that all is not of an Informal poll Officials at the Bradford lives.
well between the doctors, taken of Starke, Keystone Another physician said he'd County Health Departmentsay I
staff, and the Board of Heights and Lake Butler initially been in favor of the they still have no idea Danger of swine flu, they {

iJtf"Bradford Senior Chapter of Future Farmers of America has Heeled: a female president for Directors" of Bradford physicians reveal that most vaccinations, but lately had where or when shots will be say, is that it's not one of the J
time in Us 35 years Kim Tenly Officers elected for the 197B-77! year are first row (I Ito r> County Hospital. doctors are telling healthy been having second thoughts. given here.Nationally. common flu viruses that make
Timmy Gaskins treasurer; Ricky Norman, sentinel; Kim Tenly. president and Sonya Tenly In his letter, Kerrigan saidit patients to go ahead and get "Here's the President health officials the rounds every winter, one
secretary second row are Butch Faulkner, reporter Rill Gnann; chaplain and James Livingston is alleged that: the vaccinations on the basis spending all the taxpayer'smoney which most people have adegree
vice-president. The 1. The Board of Directors that it may help them andcan't I think there's some- :
officers will attend a district leadership school later this month at 'amp Still No Word immunity to through -
O'Leno near High Springs procrastinate in making hurt them. thing political about it. Other infection and exposure. Swine
decisions in hospital policy Only one physician of eight countries don't seem too flu is a variant strain, one not
2. .Neglect of patients surveyed said he was definitely worried about an epidemic" On Swine Flu seen since 1918 and only the f1
especially the elderly. urging his patients to very oldest people alive could

UC School Bd. Short $80,000 3, Anesthetist kept waiting receive a vaccination.It's This doctor said, though, Vaccine Here have any immunity to it, V-.
good protection with
five months or more before that it wouldn't hurt people to .
contract was signed. minimal chance of a re- go ahead and get a vaccination tested
Staffers at the Bradford The vaccine has been "
4. Dissatisfaction among action, he said. "Since if they want to. i
Unanimous approval operate and student in a there's charge, I'm telling County Health Departmenthave on 6,000( persons, according to
was any I no
employees doctor
was a request by Lake City hospital ; Another said that as
been World
U.S. News and
busy Report
given Tuesday night by the special program is worth constantly them to go ahead. The expertsare answering 30- '
Community College to borrow with any vaccine, it's advisable
40 calls a day asking when and the most severe reaction
Union in will be
County School Board more revenue. 'M desks for 2 weeks. postponed. saying that there
swine flu vaccinations will be reported was a sore arm from
to begin The first count for state and these fellows
negotiations for
a The board heard Jim Kerrigan told Askew: "I an epidemic to be vaccinated
$80,000 loan funds is be taken the weekof available in the county, but the injection.
to meet the to the contacted Mr Charley Johns usually know what they'retalking
McCawley explain group
swine flu, especially
payroll and other current October 25.29.! Any student health insurance plan for (ex-Governor) who said he about," he added. against lor with chronic say they still have no idea
persons when the vaccine will
obligations. enrolled must be for arrive
present !school employees. had been trying, This illnesses and conditions. He
physician,who, like the here. BUS Curds
The board is currently short one day in that week or six for timeto Report !
unsuccessfully some
Following the regular said swine flu is a combinationof
others polled, did not want his Billie Cannon of the Health
$19,000 a month in meeting the days preceding that week in meeting board chairman get a meeting between the name used, added that swine a swine and Asian-flu virus, Department said
pu>'roll. Money coming into which the count was taken. If Morris Dobbs called doctors and the hospital Tuesdaythat Go Out Wednesday
an flu is a more serious virus making it a more serious she's been told state
the system is $111XX(( ) and the the absentee rate Is executive session to discuss trustees. He suggested that 1write than the that strain. y
ones around health officials that the
school board has a payroll of excessively high l because of an with the three principals of to you as the Board of after go larger Report cards for Bradford
$130,000 each month, not Epidemic+ the count can bepostponed. Union County schools the Directors are appointed from year year and, since it's a counties are receiving the High students will be sent
including other expense. I J. policies concerning late your office" Kerrigan told new strain people don'thave The two remaining physi- vaccine first, followed l by home with the students next
kind of
Howard McNeil :McNeil said within seven ;arrivals at school 1 by teachers. Askew. it. any immunity to cians surveyed said, without smaller Bradford.counties such as Wednesday. Oct. 20. -t
administrative assistant, told working da>'s of the count he
Parents are advised to
(the school board the situation could give the school! board a "We're all set to go; we
the number of days
should rectify itself as soon as general picture of where they Staff And On have everything" but the absent review on the report caWs and

id valorem taxes begin tocome will results stand from financially Tallahassee take The SuperviseUnderNev ry Employed Job She medicine added, that said residents Mrs. Cannon.will call the school if they have any
in next month and
racing commission funds three weeks. be notified immediately when questions regarding grades or
With the results of the countto the shots are available uosonces
sometime in late November or Funded For Retarded
early December. be used to decide whetherto Program

The school board has hire more personnel in the
experienced similiar I non-instructional field new BUARC members have repainted No Clear Cut Leader
(Hoping to get its newly- Ruby, 54 is a University of .t:
problems over the past employees will be used on a funded work Florida in mental the old Moose Lodge, ,
program graduate
severalears each substitute basis until the which was partially donatedby
opening underway by November 1, the
of school, but had bond money results of the KTK': count are Bradford-Union Association of retardation, and is a lie 18yearAir has ,7? Mrs. Bessie Pavlas, but the First Round
Force veteran. Upsets
in. New employees are hiredon still sorely needs
available to borrow until Retarded Citizens has hired a worked as a technical writer program I'
a 90 day trial basis, that donations. Anyone wishing to
revenue began to t trickle in. supervisory staff and acquired and in an assortment of C
"I think it is time everyonein period will cover the time the old ;Moose Lodge on donate any of the following
visory and management ? Fool Most
for the count and is asked to phone 964- In ContestIf
our district knows wherewe necessary l'S-301' North to house the He is married and items
stand said board the results. position. plywood paneling, pegboard
project.. and 7699:
has two children, Kelly ,
member Donald Dukes to the The board unanimously ; refrigerator, tables,
capacity audience. approved the hiring of severalnew Vincent Ruby, executive Mike. chairs, sofa, reverse ACheatunit you entered last week's Telegraph football contest find !

1 Dukes expressed concern instructional personnelfor director, and Robert tools craft supplies, then track of your picks,and feel you may not hie done t
over the shortage of 25 pupilsin special programs because Tnfiletu, workshop director, Trifiletti, 27 is also a UF flourescent bulbs, bathroom too well, don't be discouraged.The .
each of the three schools in when they are on the job they have already started co- graduate in special education, P r 'r light fixtures, copy machine, unusually high percentage of upsets last week had
the county The budget was generate more in funds than ordinating the program, and has worked in programs t typewriter, office and everyone else tooled too. The majority of I the forms returned. I
built around an enrollment of their salary.In whichwill involve the trainingof for mentally retarded and Robert Trifiletli. Workshop cleaning supplies. had t II t right out of the possible :20.!
students that could mean a approved the purchase! of two "" females. 1 leis married,with a Remember the contest is based on the highest number ol
loss of revenue of around new school buses according lo I 7-month old son :\Irli. I'iepenbrink correct picks over a three week period or (bll<> games. I hisl'l'k's l
,$..Vi.(MM). the board's bus replacement I Open (House Set \\ games ure listed in the special advertisement page!
Each: students who attends 5 schedule of keeping!t a bus 'for I Mrs Bertha Piepenbrink.H2. Be sure to turn in your form before ;3 p.m. Friday to the
hours a day 5 days' week, in ten t years, The board of Waldo, died in the Clay Oet.19 At LBMS merchants listed below the picks. One further note U sure to
leml.incc for 25 hours a purchases one bus one year r+ .) Count}. School!* Memorial Hospital in Green use the same name, nickname or initials you used lust.! t week
week lor (KM) hours a year is and two buses (he following I love :Springs; Wednesday Randy Newland, principalof on this week's form .- it will help us Ueepvour truck record
weighted one full time war The two buses ordered Hit ByllenclLice following an extended illness. the Lake Butler Middle !straight

rqim.ilcnl iFTWi. Each: now' will not ;arrive until t Born in Klfingham: County. School, said an open house is :Many of the football contest sponsors are holding weekly
student in Union ('ount.- is IU1111111'rI\! ;; ;and II(' included Pamphlets are being sent Illinois :March 16. IH'.M.! Mrs. planned lor (October 19. from 7 drawings for a numlx-r valuable pries to be KIVCII! lo a
worth $710 in fundsMcNeil on the budget lor lii77-7K! / I homo with all county Piepenbrink had moved to pm. to /K50 p.m. lucky person each week from the Corms! turned in iit their
: :; was still optimistic) The board appioxediidimssion ,J schoolchildren this week with Wuldo lour years ago. She had All parents and interested Ixismesses.
that I he Cumin l'ill1l1l' in.iile up to I'mon ComityAdult 4 : information concerning head formerly worked as alice citizens are invited to come Last week's winners are: Eileen Wheeler of La\ley at
l h\ special programs such aspt'ich < High :Sihnol; 'Our :Mrs l AMniTiil seamstress and was a and meet the teachers and Jackson's Building Supply. Richard Wimpy and hearing; Ivc.uisethese \ickie Graham .St-ay- John I Bradford County Health member of the Methodist staff and discuss school office Shnp; Jimmy Br lint of l..iwlev at Pigfily 'Nvimily ,
arc weighted in lo I.l Robert, Thomas, ami'Iunald Department officials say the Church. programs.The Danny Crawford of Starke at Saw\yrSIade.Horae'eSnide'rs!'! ,
These' programs cost more to K Thomas Also approved. Director Hub"t'l'lIlhl'. : problem has become epidemic Survivors include a son. fourth grade is of Starke at Badcock Furniture: Mark Harris of Starke and
in the schools, and urge Richard O Merry of Waldo: preparing a Halloween play Andrew Timmons ol Hampton at TC&Y.l''a: Flynn; nlStarke l
persons in the county in agricultural parents to read the pamphlets two daughters !Mrs. Jean M "The Wayward Witch" to be lit Baldwin Chevrolet and Olds and A B. \\liilclirad.
"Afternoon Nostalgia" Kieks operations and other and check their children for Hupp of Waldo and Mrs. given to the entire school laterin Jr of Lake Butler American Family .Sound
skills and enable them to possible infection. Evelyn Todd of Springfield, October.
I attain a degree of self- (Head lice are usually III three brothers 12
Off Program Of New Librarian sufficiency transmitted from one infested grandchildren 25 great .. ----- --
Trililetti said the workshopwill person to another by direct grandchildren and a great- '
initially have 25-30 contact. Symptoms include a great-granddaughter!:
An "Afternoon ofNostalgia" : Funeral services will beheld Newspaper Week
Ix'rsanx. but eventually hopes persistent scalp itch, and
:; October 25 at 3:15: lo accommodate! all qualiliedcandidates treatment is easy and painless at 2 p m. Friday' at the

P 111. will kick off the activities in the county In with a prescription shampoo. graveside in Oak Ridge : .: :
ol' (the Bradford CountyLibrary's r addition. to agricultural!: skills, Anyone wishmginformation Cemtery in Kffingham. -
new director Dan in the program will on treatment of having any illinoIs. DeWitt (' Jones > OCTOBER 10-llTT* '
Smith. a learn horticulture, crafts, questions is asked to contact Jo'unl'raillome of Starke is in : _
First of a series of film mechanics and other skills. the health department. charge of local arrangements.
programs. planned for the last FREEDOM of the PRESS-a MANDATE from HISTORY
:Monday of each month the 80-
minute "Afternoon of Puhlit'l.nirt-d To Performances In St. Augustine!!
shall make
I. no law..abridging
;Nostalgia; features classic ( "Congress
him stars Abbott and Costello Three free performances the event of inclement Sunday afternoon.! i
\V C Fields Charlie Chaplin L ; will be given b19 dancers weather the group will The group has won international freedom of speech or of the press..." h
Little Rascals, Three Stoogesand and musicians from Aviles. perform in the auditorium of competition awards
the Road Runner Spain in St. Augustine this Florida's School for the Deaf in England Germany, and The Bill of Rights
Smith 30. took over the weekend, where they are and Blind. France, and performs responding F
library post October 1. suc six days as guests of The group will perform gularly at fiestas in Spanishthe I
l'l'l'dlnglartha: Minx, who Dan Smith" Bradfordt'Olill" city again at 2 p.m. Sunday at the cities.
will now work as assistant li l.ibrarv's new courtyard of the Castillo de The public ill be admitted Our founders fought for freedom, including the right

brarian. In addition to the film I>Director, checks out the The first performance is set San :Marcos (old fort), A final free to the old fort starting at 2
program, he plans to institute clacks as lu begins his duties for 8 p m. Saturday at the St. performance will be held at p.m. Sunday due to the special for a press free from government regulations and

u i preschool story time for four October I I. Augustine Amphitheatre. In the Hispanic Garden later performance
and fiveear olds the first restrictions. We are proud to uphold this right, to
Tuesday of every month starting

:'November; The half-hour t bring you all of the information in the tradition of a

programs, beginning at 10 -\ BREAKER BREAKER 19 What Is Your 10-20 1 (
ii m.. will feature puppets, free press; a tradition that has helped to build
films, records, and books
Also planned are posters

and county's planned activities new bookmobile aboardthe Let's Go To The Right Place M America tf

in an outreach program to Service What sell
outlying areas of the county They They

Smith w ill be attending a regional =
workshop at the Jacksonville 10-4 t To Celebrate
Public Library :November -

9 to for gather young ideas adults onprograms $ $ $ Save Lots Of Green Stamps $ $ $ Newspaper Week

originally from rural :New

York Smith has a masters' in Most Radios At AMERICAN FAMILY SOUNDIn
library science from the University -
of South Florida mTampa Starke "Purchased Between Aug 1 & '' We Offer To You
: and formerly
head t librarian, was at Union Cor- Dee 31 1976"Are Able To Be UpdatedTo

lectional Institution in Rai- 40 Channels '

ford.I'he. Our Readers
Smith takes
mar is a greatly-expanded A _
one from when :Mrs Minx assumed All t *
her duties in 1966.
Volumes in the library now-
total 16.38.1.\ compared to

around j.ooo then There are CB's FOR $5

now almost 4.500 library cards

Next >ear's budget totals
U.5HI.. including SJ6.8.H; m Plus FREE Antenna NAME
appropriations from the "Stereo"PACE
county. U.7::>0 I Irom the city

and an as yet-undetermined In Dash ADDRESS
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October 14.1978 -

Raiford News

by :May Belle Dobbs
Phone 431-1089

Friends of David Green will R t- '

regret to learn that he fell QUALITYECKERD
from a truck and is a patientin
Bradford County Hospital.We .
pray he is soon well again.
Friends of Mrs Mary Jones I
will regret to learn that she is SAFE N ON-ASPIRIN

We ill in Union pray Genera she )recovers Hospital. k PAIN RELIEVER IS TIMEX WATCHES e SERVICE

speedily.. } 0/ ASSORTED MEN'S AND STYLES LADIES title ?;:' o

Friends regret to of learn Mike that:Manningwill he is a D AT R I L 10 MANY TO CHOOSE FROM LOW. LOW P o

patient in Union General OFF REG. PRICE 1RE f i

Hospital suffering from an 1OO TABLETS WITH COUPON THRU OCT 16.1976mm AND I'VE
E" 1 ':aI
injured elbow. 13 00 REFUND {

Ernest Freeman arrived fora DATRIL F ORRMS( ,:;}! ,71 f1!
visit with his mother Mrs ERYNE XTri
Mary Freeman Friday night PRESCRIP
While here he visited his / l j IMn GALAXY rcr' .5. I
sister, Mrs Mary Jones in ONE \
Union General Hospital. 3 SPEED
Mrs. Alzy Thomas of Lake 1
City spent Saturday night and OSCULATING12"FAN I .: ..c
Sunday with her mother. :Mrs S > r SS

Mary Some Freeman.of those visiting at the PH BALANCED 3 SPEED r 1, c PRESTO .A 1 ,

First Baptist Church of HERBAL, GREEN APP1E, QUIET MOTORMODEL +I I''' f v e Y 1LLIAMS
Raiford were Ernest Freemanof STRAWBERRY mm I r HOT DOGGER r
Jacksonville. :Mrs Alzy 29.88
Thomas of Raiford and :Mr ECKERD LECTRIC
and Mrs. Davis. COOKS 1 TO FIVE ,. -
Friends of Bill Browningwill HOT DOGS AND
ill in Bradford County fCal R F 60 SECONDS ,,,.. '--' '
Hospital. We pray he is soon REG $1099
well again ? HeE, 16 O2 xctrfc 7 O2 REG
Mrs. Ruby Sparkman of ">H MENTHOL

:Mrs.Tampa Pency visited Roberts her, several sister I r 0 Omit . n shave Limit 2HP
davs last week. nu 49 2mm M' ,::: < \ / ASSORTED >:
Friends oflrs: Fannie : 588 COLORS
Bruner will regret to learn J REG -.6 99 '''s
that she is ill in Bradford i '. I
County Hospital. We pra she ," aa4
is soon Melt again
:Mrs. Thelma Thornton recently -
visited her mother '
:Mrs. :Marie Gill in Baxlex 1:111! LADIESI1
: .
Georgia. RIGHT y_ .'I',,I I BUCCANEER: *
Mr. and :Mrs. Jim Smith a 1- 4A'',1.' HARD TOWHITE HOLD
Mr. and :Mrs. Wallace Smith GUARD Y
and :Mr and :Mrs. Frank Hill! BLOUSE ;; S Sr RAIN
visited Joe Smith Saturday( > STICK JUICE WITH COLLAR eX 1 j
=Nancy" and Buddy Roberts IN
of Keystone visited their KODAK 1 8TRIMIITE SECONDS' HAIR SPRAY
father.Joel Roberts, and their IIIIllWIII DEODORANT RIVAL Y R183
grandmother: Pencv I 'r
Roberts, last weekendMr. .P? +
: and :Mrs. Earl Dobbs CAMERA OUTFIT Limit 2
had as Sunday luncheon I. I I
Limit 2
/Newmans and family of( 53
REG $4 99FLAVOR ,,
Starke. Ernest Freeman of f i b 2388 FLIP SH.MODEL 3573 REG 19 99 I ;
Jackson'llle.Irs.: Alz COLOR FILM :ct
Thomas. :Mrs. :Mary Frances!> i
Freeman and :Michael Dobbs 8 HOUSE
:Mrs. Thenie Freeman of 26 99 118 ENTIRE CUTTING .{?'r
water. Tim Freeman of -- AT A TOUCH COMES
Burton, South Carolina visited 3 or. t ,Y CLEAN I NA SPLASH I
:Mr and :Mrs. Earl Dobbs I GAFBRIGHT 12% OZ.
Sunday afternoonMr. C UTE X DRY ROASTED I
: and :Mrs. Cecil AddisonJr 7'/, QZ JAR
Mrs. Michael Dobbs Sunday a'+,.fi0 50 FT / f' FLYING INSECT
Miss Jan Normans of I SMOC'TK 83 w1umr
Lakeland visited her famih -PEG >:; 98 66' LIMIT =r -Y AEROSOL
:Mrs. Joyce :Norman; and bUy'sand

I them attended SundayOur church with /A\ : SUPER 8 99 0 0 TWO FAST KIUINIFORMUcA(

deepest sympathy Limit 2

the Dobbs family on the deathof MOVIE FILM vunlR N? DAISY 60-MINUTE REG .;;
r Reid Dalshose funeral I BELL FLYING 1 29
was :Monday in the Baptist REG $249 TIMER INSECT '
Temple in JacksonvilleMrs Modern styling, untippablt ?{''r'rEase.
\ Usi tar +' ',
: Gerald Gnffis and cooking or
daughter :Mellissa and Debra 199 ,;-, '. othfr t Tine measuring I 4
e ira
Lynn and :Mrs\ Earl Dobbs, ", : LAWNMOWER aDPII cat I o nF s. E
were business \isitors! in : II
Gainesville I Sat u r d,L\ l I I 1 I "j,I l lf; i1a
afternoon t i l \
Some of those from Raiford 3 IN. LIVE JUMBOt\ 1 )/\, 3'/t HP Briggs l & Stratton 399 REG $549 3 1 1
attending the home .
((0 I engine. 4 cycle l motor
decorating party at the home W '
ofIrs: :Martv demons! REG ;9 PLANTS 1! 1FASTEETH'%
Saturday night were :Mrs. Pat ROSEBUSHES 10988 HEAVY
Dickens. Sr. :Mrs Hit; o -
Dickens. ,Jr. and :Mrs, Karl
Dobbs c -I I. ':, 1 INCH
:Mr and :Mrs Bill llumucui: > '
honored their son Randy and
:Mitch Stewart with a going! / GRADE NO.1 1 if CUTTINGHEIGHT 24 In.GRILL I .

away supper on September .ii; ri,1 FOR a. omit 2
Some nl those, to enJoy (the E- REG 97C
IIl'cassionIth them were :M rand SING : S139, 88 '
:Mrs Jack ('ra\\tor 3 INCH POTS
:Misses Donna and PainCrawford. ASSTD PLANTS 88,
Dale and Jack REG HOOD,
Craford.1: 1 ,. PhillisBerner. ,
I !> 11 1 19
E :Miss l Diane Rupp *mmm&
Stanley. Hue\ and Hngi-i mmmmzm 788 MOTOR
Thornton all of Lake. Umlt'i
Lucian AlvareGlenn) Raiford and others U.imh. AfC PHILLIPS'A I :! A ADJUST ALMOND JOY AND
and :Mitch left BLF GRILL I
on Sepifiiue' 7
for Jacksonville '.". '<.< ., rfr !iiliW. : GASOLINE EASY 0 LL CARAVELLE their physical on er', ''i i Ink -m MILK OF ''
t :EEi88;
:Marines But .is, lu. k : hate it. Hands had .1'i ,i'''.I'k,
of tonsihtis and they .\itI'M'" MAGNESIA f T PDEPTHAND
hack home to ["('lur'II,1I .1 I later.. PH I 1 THROTTLE CONTROL IGLOO PLAYMATE BARS
date problem Dr cleared Jewell up and gi>' that'hi-" M G'NESIA LIMIT 12 OZ ZEBCO 33 8897 ICE CHEST RFG

are on their way again I ONE
RandHunmcutt and :Much. t REG : tAo1
te"'ari. two young men immKdiford. ;:;;;" J ; SPIN CAST 109.971 1 15 QUART J BAG

left their hnmi-> :;;1;:,:1 ... .. 2 H rBHlGGb> CAPACITYLIGHTWEIGHT v
September :iO on their \\ } I HiSTRAT'IIN :itiq
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once again for Jackson ,tile to ::;:;:;. .: :?:.ffffff::::::: .N. EN G IN r COMPACT 0 ha
I be processed into the t rood '''(.
States :Marine I Corps I rin, s 1 1 1;::;;:;:;::;::;:;;:;::;:;.- COOLER I I
arrived. over the weekend, .,,1 .:;:;;;:::;;::;;::;;:;:::;:;;:;:;::;;;, "-.---- 10"PHtCISION I ....N eon 5

Cams thl'lrlSlt Island.with South!Uncle Carolinator S.m. :\\m\mj\ \\\j\\\\\\j\\\\\\\j{:;:'" 2OZ. 1 ;; ; IR' CORDLESS %:

They report that most ut ,ihi ELECTRIC I / S8
first week has been standing ; ; v BARNES-HIND' Dealers I Please I EGS-7 9 VICTORS {5:{

in long lines and SV.IMIIIK '
Their training", is to begin-omi-'' WETTING GARN PEG 12 83 mp'w:;, Ea MENTHOL
time thlIo'k 3609SPINNING
They both miss their Iriendsand J EUCALYPTUS
relatives and would like OSCILLATING Sil i
to hear from the people hack SOLUTION r COUGH DROPS
home anyone wishing to write FURSES HIND DISSTON
to do so and the I-rrn.c act, ROD SPRINKLER -
letters be appreciatedeven 'J
though they manot '' WATER CHERRy
have time. to answer .ill ut : PATTERN LIMIT
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them Their addresses are ; / ONE 'S :# 999 TUBULAR $ 8 OVER SUPER HARD TWO, :i:
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Tornadoes Drub Palatka South 35-3 r -- -. fl .

For Fifth Straight- Win Of SeasonIn 7rr .1.iN..1.i I

. one of the worst shoulder sustained In the first REVEL INTERCEPTS off, the Tornadoes covered 70 third period. Extra point Kenny Aycox took the
. drubbings either team put on four minutes of the game, Monster man Charlie Revel yards in three plays for their holder Erie Biggs bobbled the ensuing Palatka punt in a N

the other in the past iff years, turned in his top rushing intercepted a Brave pass at touchdown. Carter romped up snap, but thinking fast, crowd on the Tornado 29. : IiN
the Bradford High footballers performance of the season by the middle for 41 to the
his 37, cut up the middle, yards Clark ran for eight yards then _
. ran :tr3 over Palatkn South on virtue of a 63 yard touchdown outwitting Brave tacklers for Palatka 29 on the first play wasted no time in running Iii
the Braves lioine held Friday scamper around left end and a around right end for a two simply turned on the speed .
47 yards to the Palatka 10 yard from scrimmage, dodging and conversion. BHS led and showed the Brave ,
. 26 point
night yard Prevatt carried
the ball romp. five line to set up the second ducking would-be Palatka 3. secondary his heels. Prevatt j
Running through and over just times, touchdown. tacklers until he was finally "That first kicked the PAT and BBS led
play (of the
. the now 1-4 Braves, the averaging Palatka South 16.2 yards.used Clark did the honors dragged down from behind. second half) set the tone," 29-3 with 8:09: remaining in (the
a 4-4-3
. Tornado offense rolled up a defense with the linebackers carrying for two yards, then Big Clark ran Palatka said Coach lIurse. BUS rushed third period. II
season high 444 yards. There got the touchdown on an eight linebacker Kirk
close In the Swaggerty for 258 yards in the second
up gaps
was no need to pass. Running between the four down yard run. Prevatt kicked the for 16 yards to the 13, then got half. CLARK\ SCORES THIRD
back Andrew Carter and linemen. Once Tornado backs PAT and ails led 14-Q six more yards over left tackleto came Prevatt on his 63 yard A nine-play 80-yard drive

fullback Jimmy Clark burst cleared scrimmage they had CARTER KEEPS IT UP the seven. QB Prevatt ran TO run around the left end. with big Clark carrying seven .
through the Brave defense running room in the Striking like lightning after right tackle behind Clark for Tornado blockers contained times and getting his third
time and time again and had secondary with the two receiving the second half kickTornadoes the score with 10:33: left in the Palatka inside as Prevatt touchdown saw the Tornadoesscore I
to be contained in the Palatka I
halfbacks spread to either their final time. Young I I '
secondary. side of the field and only the Jeffery Norman
It leaves BUS 5-0 so far this free safety in the middle. Face Gator ChallengeTornado quarterbacked the final drive
season, but with the tough and other two BUS possessionin Brave quarterback Greg; I.eiiry is chased by Tornado
part yet to come. BRAVES: CONFUSED: : the fourth period. "We're linebacker I.el ('ast'yho had tine of his! best! games! of the 1Jt.

"Our offensive line did a Operating the veer option gridders face their runner, and Edwin Lazinger, Gator coach Bruce Bennett going to get him in the game season with six lmli\iduul\ tackles: and four assists. Just alien he hi.
helluva job," said Head Coach like the veteran he is, QB toughest challenge to date ingoing 185-12, who has good speed had predicted a 13-0 win over every opportunity we have," was beginning to perform rl'lllIy1'11 for BUS.\ Casey got caughtin .
David llurse. Starting the Jimmy Prevatt sent his backs for a 6-0 record when and runs with a lot of power. the Tornadoes. Bennett is the says Coach llurse. A penalty a pile up and Mrettlied ligaments! his! unkle. \He'll hr out
offensive line are tackles inside, then outside, keeping they face the Ware County Either is capable of breakingup former head coach at stopped one drive Normanwas three or four ,,('('k!!. ",

Lawrence Budgett and bobby the Brave defense confused. Gators of Waycross, Ga. a ballgame at any time. Fernandina Beach. As a engineering and a fumble 10.r
Smith, guards Waiscel limes "We'd run inside a few tomorrow night (Friday, Oct. Quarterback Handy Smith, player he was an all- killed the other, but he
;> and Issac Cummings and times, and get them (the 15)) on Bradford Field. 150-12, is described as quick, American high school quarterbacked the final six -- ,

!"'I center Jeffry Jockel. The line Palatka South defense) goingin Quick, aggressive, and very deceptive, and a good quarterback at Valdosta plays of the 80 yard TD drive. BRADFORD CQ i: 1atiligraP4
; continually opened holes there to stop up the middle. versatile. are words Tornado ball handler. under Wright Bazemore and
.z. inside or contained Palatka Then we'd switch to the Gator backs behinda all American
coaches use to describe the 4-1 operate was an LOOKING B'KYou
I ; inside so Tornado backs could outside and they'd start going Gators who they have scouted large offensive line. Tackle defensive back at the have to go back to 1973
: run outside. outside to stop us there, andwe'd Green 200-11 is the best of Florida. '
twice as Ware County won Kipp University for such a one-sided affair.
.': Carter, quicker and faster switch back to the inside. over two good Georgia all-round offensive linemen Defense will be the key to That P. South bombedthe
:,;: and with more moves rushed "Palatka" just kept guessing opponents Camden Countyand with good technique. Right Friday's encounter Coach Tornadoes year 35-0) in the I
for 258 yards in 16 times, an wrong said Coach llurse. Cairo. guard Brown Kemball, 215-12, David llurse thinks. Both the ,

average of 16.1 yards per Starting cautiously, the "Offensively, they're fires out and is tough, aggressive Gators and Tornadoes are Bradford High homecoming
carry. It is the second best Tornado offense appearedunsure probably the best football Left guard Joe expected to display potent game. WI'IL' (]
rushing performance in BUS of itself in the first team we've played," says Cornelius 181-12, is not as big offenses. Friday's game in Palatka
football history. The top period. HIIS moved the ball on Head Tornado Coach David but is a hard, hard and mean The Ware County defense is didn't draw a capacity crowd,
performance was made in Palatka on its second lIurse. "They're versatile. hitter. Right tackle Chris also described as quick and as is usual with the South-BHS .)

1975 by Glen (Bea\er) DeSue possession but a fumble one They have the best running Taylor, 175-11, is a quick, aggressive, though smaller in rivalry. With Palatka South .
when he rushed for :316. yards of three times the Tornadoeslost backs and quarterback we've good, aggressive blocker. size than the offense. Weights down this season Coach llurse ".I'
against Macclenny the ball, stopped them. played against yet." across the seven man line are says it wasn't as much fun as ,')

When he got past But things broke open for BUS The Gators will display a lot BUS LIiEUI'UEFtSSE STARTING: : 175, 175, 160, 185, 165, 160, and the win would have been had Tornadoes Up Tigers rt
scrimmage 1' llatk.1 had a in the second periodKTKKHOMPS. cf team speed, they throw the 165. Palatka South had its usual '
!'iiiinh: I iiiit' containing: I Iuhu hi' ball well, using a lot of half big, tough team. 'II
Ii.iul i 1\ ,ug. strong i tinning ('.\ : : back Offensively, they "Our secondary will get a Palatka has beaten BHS in Tumble In
Carter. who can mix with Andrew. Carter. broke loose look much passes.like the Tornadoes, workout They run the veer, 10 of the past 17 games, which Rankings t
._ xiiiiir \\ill I lumil 1 1'S' to twice for 27, then yards, and using the now popular SE P05 U NO K.II"NAME C.rl.r WT.115ST with a lot of options. They'llhit included one 0-0 deadlock in '

delay being tackled He had fullback Jimmy Clark carried Houstonleer.. 7S M.rly Run.n 240 us up the middle and then 1964. Bradford I High's convincing votes, I Id(I ahead ul. -('J "iiuti. ,
.runs of 21. 27. 5I'! 20. 41 and 37 the final three yards for the But the Gators run a MG" Konn.'"Cru"or 171WT try to get outside." PALATKA 3V3ictory over Palatka ranked Tarpon Sin i ing" SI'1 0 j

: yards Friday night. first BUS touchdown In the different. defense than the I' RouandCumnjflgO liS IS BRADPORO SirI Downi II South last week moved i the August i inr is ranked j jusl :
Big straight ahead runner four-play 89 yard drive. Tornadoes are used to seeing. WE 12 J.y Godwin 2'0 The BBS secondary of 444 YardoRuofling ISO Tornadoes? up a notch in t the ahead of I the Tiirn.idnps.. in 3seventh I
Jimmy Clark chugged 1 out 109) Prevail. added he first of \\are. County employs the 7- M 20 Charu.I Ro..1 USSLa. Kenny Aycox, Franklin Bell, o Yard P.nlng 102 latest rankings of I the htale'slup spnt among I lie '(..\ H
three extra kicks and 44 Jimmy Clark 220 Charlie Revel, Erie Biggs and o 2 0 PC-PA-PI I 21.1J '
yards in 16 carries, averaging( point diamond with seven down 10. Class :.t-A high school teams 'I lie \ elloJ.iikcN'
WLB 60 L.wr.nee P.rlck ISO Kssau Pumbl.S Loot 0 rI
68 yards per carry Bradford High led 7-0 with Bright played its best football I I uilleclcd'ill: I hrst i !
linemen one linebacker, and I CB 12 Erl. J.42.1 Pun"A..r.". 0 n 3OS squads. plat V MII"! > in
Quarterback Jimmy Prevail. 10:18::) of the second quarter three secondary men, and the WS 22 Franklin Sigs Sill 152 152 game of the season against/! Yards P.nolll.d 65 The Tornadoes j jumped Ihe latest poll m J.

playing despite a bruised .lemainmgf split -to. With six down line. sS 21 Konny Ayco 15. Palatka according to Coach --- from ninth I place on the stale: In the stale's 1.A ritnkitiKs t?
Denny Hansen, but will face a Score b y'Ouart.rt, lo Lake Butler's I I'mcni I
._ rankings nimu
-- --- -_ _-_- men and two linebackers 4-30 eighth following ,I'
_ 0 I. IS
J / ; ; > > > ; iti-j > / ; > ; > i tougher test this week in BHS .
stacked in the gap between the the Gator P.I. 0300-3 Ihe win over I'alatka South. I High\ diopped, from: I ilii lop 'of
down linemen. OFFENSE stopping pass and The stale rankings ul prep spot. mi last \\('('k's :"i i d loss InXildvMiiNl "-,
BUS has been busy this TE.O St.vsEmrn.l I" run game. Scoring tummarytI football teams are based on a \ Ihe 'I'ig.'i s. ulm.
ST 72 M.r.y Ru..n 2'0.G The Tornadoes have lost the ) BHS Clark, 3 yard run. 6PPrtvitt of held Ihe number
ft.\ week learning blocking pool sports writers, I one spot' 'lor
kick. Ii
t \ assignments for the 7- .C n SO W.I.eel Joffr.y Jockol Hln.o 142 170 linebacker services of starting Lee Casey weak side for II BUS Clark I yard run. EP (conducted( ('ckly l bv the lxoeeks.. are tanked I louitli H
diamond. Macclenny used to Prevail kick. Florida Sports Writers in I this week's poll' with
WO n iliaC three four
Cummings IIIWT weeks.
7-diamond BUS or Casey 3)) Pal '.nnor. 14 yard laid goal Association( \\il run a against
7J L.wr.nc.BUd" 220 tore ligaments in his ankle in 4)) BUS- privet, I yard run. t PBlggi into the foil ill l h\irttie .f.
back in the late sixties. SE II J.ff.ry Norman ISO ) spot ;
run. g
\\\1 Ware County boats two PL 7 AII.n Norman 165oa the! Palatka game. He got SlaHSPr..H.n yardrun EP- Bradford. High, undefeatedin of the ii-5; win over l 1.ike,, '
\ super speedsters' in halfbacks J Jimmy Pr..." 170RE caught in a pile up and fell the PrevaIl kick. five starts this season, Butler \

at'e Timmy McRae, 175-10, 42 Andr.w C.r..r lie 4> BHS Clark, 3 yard run. EP run received 32 first place Mites in \Vild\Miod. ( lollcLled. I IT.I I lirsl (
described as a fast, good PB.. Jimmy Clork 220 (See Page 10) '.'"d. the polling. the results of place Miles to edu.% I I'aliokee. ,.J

which were released Tuesday with 111: voles, for Ih.,' numlici1\ >

Cross Country Team Host Six-W fiY Meet Tuesday opponents.Two. upcoming Ocala ,Forest. BUS and one An ranking.upcoming( I'liion' ounlv '/I to

MADISON STREET St. Augustine/;{ were ranked opponent. Santa F('. \\a;isllni' Bradford High boys' cross in Ocala. Forest edged excellent times for the improvment with additional ahead of the Tornadoes in the in this \\('('k'S :2'A 1'1IIing ( '(
] country team hosts a six-way Vanguard 33-36 for first placein remainder of the season in meet experience.One latest poll. Ocala Forest. has astrong Santa ,,'("'S Kaideiq picked "I'I
] i meet at 4 p.m. next Tuesdayat team standings Tuesday, order to finish in the top five at member of the BBS hold on Ihe number one III! first.. 1'1'' ('(' voles while' the ;,
] BAPTIST CHURCH the Starke Golf and Country while the BUS runners turnedin the district meet later this cross country team Barry spot 'finishing the latest! Tigers had I "4 votes I lor. i lite I trip ,

i Club course. a 51 point team total. season. Thomas, is not currently survey with 118( first place: spot 'I .I
} i Teams to be on hand for the Two Tornado runners Coach Howard explainedthat running due to an ankle

] Rev. Charles Swartz three mile event here next finished in the top 10 in the the district meet is a injury. Coach Howard says it BUS JV Meet Braves 'ti U\\
] i Tuesday include Gainesville Ocala meet. Brian Whitney stepping stone to the state may take three weeks for Tonight

] i Kastside, Ocala Vanguard, took fourth place in the competition and feels that Thomas to get back to full ,

1 NURSERY WILL BE PROVIDEDYOU Palatka South Union County individual standings with an Whitney has a good chance of speed The Tornado cross Bradford High's junior strMggle in St. Augustine last <'
i and the Florida School for the 18:35: time over the three mile making the state meet. country coach says Thomas is varsity football squad travelsto week. : '
1 i lea. course. Ricky Johns finished Coach Howard says, expected to do well later in ,
Plataka tonight (Thursday, '
"We know a" '
effort. overall he is with the the they've got'
finished seventh with a : pleased season.
1 runners
Oct. 14)) for 7:30 contest "
finished 11th team's thus far finished fifth the /good! backfield
] behind Ocala) ,Foresl and Johhny Tatum performance Whitney in againts Palatka South's
1 Vanguard High in a three-way with a lime of 20:50: Jeff on the season. He notes that individual standings at the Braves. 'ox says, noting that Scott .'".
Johns and Tatum !Stave been Lee Invitational in Hull, a former BHS JV
meet last Tuesday afternoon Ledger was 14th with a 21:58: The Tornado JV squad .'
will be
and William Cooper finished improving in recent weeks Jacksonville last weekend. He starter, the Braves
blanked by a pair of capable
--, 16th with a time of 23:45: to and have shown "real well" in won the praise of Coach fullback in tonight's clash. ;
in their last
gound out order of finish and the last two meets. He feels Howard for the showing in the opponents The Braves have a 23-player ,
will be
outings, looking for a
Starke Fair Grounds times for the BUS cross both runners have the Jacksonville meet, "againstsome return to the win trail tonight roster all sophomores.. : }I

country team in Tuesday'smeet. potential to be up with of the best runners in the against: South. Cox indicates that his !

Aft. & Nite Whitney by the time the area." according to the coach. Tornado JV head Coach Tornado JV team should be '
Coach Grover Howard, district meet is held.
Reddy Cox is planning some fully recovered from injuries .'
WED commenting on the BUS team both Thanks to the digital clock, for his and to at full '.
Opens 3:30: 7 P.M. Ledger and Cooper are personnel changes now ready go speed
2 0 showing in the Ocala meet, newcomers to the cross the kids don't even have to 1-2 team, but says he has not against the Braves: '

OCT. Shows 4:30: 8 P.M. said Whitney's fourth place country team this season, and learn to tell time anymore. made a firm decision con- .,
finish was "outstanding" for a
Coach Howard says he feels James Holt McCavran In cerning starters for lomght'sgame
sophomore runner. lie said steadily, Ideas for Better Living in Palatka. fHilS
SPONSORED BY BRADFORD BAND BOOSTERS the top BUS runner will need and they are should progressing show more J\'STAItTl: (; j

to continue to turn in his Last week, Dwayne LINK L'P .

Cummings came on as I
quarterback in the second OFFENSECenter :
period in the Tornado JV's 16- I
0 loss to St. Augustine High'sJV Mike Mute I
: Strong Guard Phillip. Hall ,
Yellow Jackets, and may
Strong Tackle Marco Crud
see more action from the Tight End Donald Roddith '
ttt > signal caller slot tonight. Weak Guard Randy Thompson .'
Palatka South's Braves takea Weak Tackle John Vaimtki,, ',

( _0 2-2 record thus far into to- Split Pro Man End Richard Mark Motley Mtlner ,.

night's contest. The braves Quarterback Owayne. Cummings "
1' have defeated Ocala Vanguard's Halfback Marvine Tyion t1
JV and North Marionto Glenn Carter JDEFKNSr $ '\

\ I date, while losing to Clay t h
\ &GLY High and Ocala Forest JV 1N I
teams. '.

os em an Aim Scott
The Braves lost to Ocala Tickle MatTut Cruce '

Forrest 14-9 last week, and B.n.rOJoiom101Endt II j
will also be looking for a return Danny NidrbretTimm'v.Io1.0" .
il '
to the win column. Llnebflctaert. Donald Rvddn n
__ __ : ,
Cox says he expects another MarkMo nCornerbackt
"' '.' :,'ti .;..... / tough, physical contest in to- Mart.n Dale.' S'ocum Roger' f.
I '{ night's meeting with the a;
$ Mon ter Man Doug Redden
: f Braves, not unlike the Glenn Carter 1
......_. INQ. Safety
= .t, "" .... .... \' .1,.1it l. ,
:'I. "'-ffi; !

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I Auto Racing Draws 72 Drivers To LC I

I Cam In, com_with your fanuina diamonds. I LAKE CITYAuto racing dropped out of the race. and OJ
Sa if you can tall In* diH_. You'll ... returns to the Lake hung onto the lead to take the
.... ... .. ...... ... City
.1. .11. and.m. many of the 9 Speedway oval here Saturday checkered flag just ahead of "p
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the vault and Mar these. and their friend. I
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I hopefuls.In OJ
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I won by 11
It KARAT' H. Q. E. RING. SET With Williams, and Don Setliff finishing II
))1 U WITH KARAT' DIAMOND "'REPRODUCTION'' CirtificatsI all, 72 drivers entered second and third

SPARKLING' WITH RAINBOW FIRE' . Limit 2 I their cars in last week's respectively
racing bill, with 30 joining in "
the Late Model Division 24 in Randy Sanders, of Lake 'I

'I- -- -- -- the Hobby Division and 18 in City, took the checkered feature flag 'r
the Thunder Division.In in the Hobby )
OTHIX FIN. RINGS. 7.t9UP! the Late Model feature Keith Philrnan.! of Bell, and _I

WORLD FAMOUS I WILD ANIMALS .4 AERIALISTS ACRES OF BIRTHSTONEA99 Rance Phillips\ led the field Mickey Kervin following'" in
I through the first 19 laps. bul order. across the finish line.
ARENIC STARS ELEPHANTS CLOWNSTENTS- RUGS a, was forced Into the pits in the Rodney "Mountain Man"
late going after developing Paul, of Keystone Heights, )

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October 14 Thru October 17.1976 take the lead after Phillipssapp Wilson finish third.I'J' .



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h TELEGRAPH October 14.1976Tornado

Coaches Pleased With

I-- Win Over "Down" Braves

Bradford High coaches Such a decisive victory over Tornado pointed out that the performances the coach said.
expressed nothing but praise the Braves who have more Big Red offense worked very Behind all that blocking the
for (he Tornado footballers than once roughed up the well together the timing was tornado backs gained the
after watching movies and Tornadoes including twice good the execution good and most yards they have all
evaluating individual when Palatka South ran the the backs ran the hardest they season 444Itunning.
performances in Friday's 35-3 score up on the Big Red at have all year. back Andrew
win over hapless Palatka Bradford homecoming "The offensive line did a Carter rushed 16 times for 258
South. games still gave the Tornado fine job." said Coach Ted yards, the second best II
JJ ;Never; have the Tornadoes coaches much pleasure.The Jornov. ""m really pleased ruushing performance in BUS
found the usually big tough Tornado offense really with the effort. We started football history. Fullback
a Brave learn so "down" the put it all together for the first slow but picked up as we went Jimmy Clark rushed 16 limes
term coaches use for time coaches say. The along for 109 yards. Quarterback
when I they lack payer defense didn't do badly either "The offensive line worked Jimmy Prevail rushed for 81
personnel to play football on says Coach !Mike Sexton only really well as unit." Jornov yartlsm including a 63-yard:
Andrew Curler, ruslml. for their usual par. said Tornado allowing three points. Hurse says. He spoke primarily of touchdown romp
I 2rx! >nr ls itguinst I'.ilakla I David, llurse, unite extremely made the same statement starters Jeff Jockel center "Carter
gained awful lot
South the lop lushingHrfiirni.tnee pleased with the convincing about the defense. W'aiscel Hines and Issac or yards between an the 20 and Head down and driving fullback.Jimmy Clark g..tlliomro! of the MM.. I yard lie (gained( against. |
| of ai>.\ Itlis backshin victory, admitted it would "Over all", it was a good Cummings guards : the 20" Coach Hurse noted Palatka South Tight end Steve Earnest: number "". and tackle Lawrence Ihlll ..tt. IIlIlIIh"I' 7.i i
mill the second Coach Lawrence Budgett and Bobby
senson I have been more satisfying had ballgame. says
adding, "He'll awful block for the big fullback.
lHsl in HIIS ItKXhiill) distort. Hurse. Ticking off the things Smith, tackles; and Steve score an ofl..nlo".IIII.. i-imlinuall.v opened holes ill
Pal ltka South been its usual lots of points before the year is ,. Tornado backs rushed for 411 yards as the Big lied
self. coaches look for the head Earnest tight end. -
-over. the Palatka South defense
"The timing was down. We
Draw Tite Kitchens Tile Post Wins In were getting off the ball fast" "I'm real pleased to see who lead the Tornadoes in Ends Carter and Godwin dida One reason for lie I CIUHI
Jornov continued. Andrew finally break loo.st tackles with nine individualsand fine job of containing/ performance again i -1 i
I "Everybody was blocking He's been on the verge all one assist continued to reverses Palatka ran by Palalak's passing uus UK
somebody all the time." year. It makes our offense hold up the middle of the line. staying home; in other words pressure put on Knur
City Flag Football League Openers Guards Waiscel Hines and more of a threat than ever." Sexton noted. playing their position well quarterback Greg I.ears.
Issac Cummings were given Tackle Marty Russell Sexton says.!: Steve Earnest, Keith (Curlerand .. .
co-linemen of the week STINGY DEFENSE turned his usual competently Roland ('urn inmgs weir
r I I > Rccreal i I onIrparlment Sunday afternoon at the lopsided scores. Draw Tite awards by Coach Jornov. Everybody on the front steady performance the SECONDARY each credited, with a sack ni
) men s Hag Stiuthside,' Elementary: School hammered the Merchants 38- Tight end Steve Earnest also seven of the Tornado defense coach said.The defensive play AGGRESSIVEBHS the quarterback.The .
I ro..ttJilllilS kicked oil tar the plaj ground.siimlav's. 2. and Kitchens Tile whipped turned in a good performance turned in a good performance of tackle Roland Cummings is played its most BHS secondary reacted
l 1ljlj! iseason! this past weekend, games. were bathdecided Babcock Furniture 32-0. bloacking the defensive against Palatka South. That getting much better Sexton aggressive pass defense to and rt'ad1'1I all ninhl "li
with a pair of names! played by somewhat In the first game last tackle, Jornov says. takes in ends Joy Godwin and /notes, improving with every date against Palatka South was a pleasure lor me to
Sunday afternoon. Draw Tite Hines and game. Cummings Into the Coach Hansen watch coach"
Cummings gave Keith Carter tackles Marty got says Denny as a ll.insen!
spotted the Merchants to an BHS the inside threat the Russell and Roland Brave backfield several timesto "If they threw a pass the says.
M early two point lead via a team had all night. By openingup Cummings middle guard put pressure on the passer receiver knew a pass Defensive hack nl week
safety before putting on a holes inside the two guards Kenneth Cruger, and and had one sack of the defender was right there to honors went to KennyCM\
14' powerful offensive showingand opened the outside when the linebackers Lee Casey and quarterback.All nail him," says Coach and Franklin Bell who read
pulling away to the 38.2 Braves reacted to the inside Lawrence Patrick and Jimmy three linebackers Clark, Hansen. Palatka South and reacted "upt'l'hl| >l\ and
win. Draw Tite held a 14.2 game. Clark. Casey, and Patrick did a completed six of 28 passes played their positions cell
halftime lead over the "It gives us another look to better job of reading Sexton according to the coaches :Monster man 1'liarlie le\el
ri !Merchants on scores by Glenn. our offensve we didn't have "We're getting closer and says. Clark has three fine statistics or 22 percent came up with a big
DeSue and Ross Chandler. before Jornov plays on short yardage That
says. closer to that unity we're completion. surpassesthe interception returning
I Chandler also scored a two Newcomers Eugene looking for in the defense," situations In which he stoppedthe BHS goal line of holding( Brave aerial W!I lards \Keith; :
+ point conversion followingDeSue's Hutchinson Chuck Register Coach Mike Sexton. All ball carrier inside threw opponents to less than 25 Carter. Franklin Hell anil I
touchdown. and Kenny Rodrique got in the along says one or two would play him back and didn't allow percent completions. No: Kenneth C'ruuer. are. credited' .
Emmitt Bright joined game in the final period and good football but the Palatka Palatka South to get a first Palatka pass went over 20 with making keMix 1> 'k- "lIlh.,I
period Chandler touchdowns in scoring for third the turned in credible South game was the first in down. yards another BHS goal met. return on the mlcncpnonkick ,, '

Draw Tite squad, as they which everybody up front

pulled into the out final to a quarter.26-2 lead going Commission UrgesHunterShnpe played Noseman: good Kenneth games. Cruger, Tornado JVs Blanked By JacketsST I

Bright added two more Up
touchdowns in the final AUGUSTINEBradford praised the defensive Iront off of the second hall. 'I lie
j Mikr Sanders makes a diving stop on a Draw Tile running period, as Draw Tite TALLAHASSEE With High's junior varsity griddersfell line on the stands for what he drive deep into Yellow Jacket
hark in. lusl weekend's.. season opener meeting between Draw outdistanced the Merchants. hunting season a few short l1 16-0 to a fired up physical termed an outstanding job in territory came to a halt w hen
Tile and the Merchants in the cil> B'r\utiIlIlU..parlm..nt's flag In the second game Dennis weeks away, it's time for "' St. Augustine High Yellow never giving up. Members of the Tornadoes were forced to
football league( for men. Crawford paced Kitchens Tile sportsmen and their canine Jacket JV team here last the front line in those stands punt after collecting back-to-
to a 32-0 victory over Badcock hunting companions to shapeup Thursday night. included: sophomores John back penalties on a fourth and
Furniture. Crawford rackedup said O.E. Frye, director. Valmskl. a 6-1 and 206 pound inches situation.
HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS a 19-point total for the Game and Fresh Water Fish Yellow Jacket quarterbackKeith tackle Marcus Cruce. a 5-11 The Tornadoes collectedsome
game on thee touchdowns andan Commissiom.The Daniels coming back and 175 tackle Donald 200yards in penalties for.
RESERVE YOUR JOB NOW extra point.Crawford Commission has helpedthe from an injury fired for two Reddish a 5.9 and 155 end the game and gave up two
gave the Kitchens hunting dog by first half touchdown passes to Mark Mosely a 5-11 and 155 points to the Jackets by waol
FOR AFTER GRADUATIONWith Tile squad a 6-0 lead after one establishing a special trainingand help the St. Augustine JV to a end. and Oliver Marks a 5-10 the safety on the intentional I
quarter of play with the first toughening season but 14-0 halftime lead before and 155 end. along with grounding call.
the Army's Delayed Entry Program, you can come of his three touchdowns for the there Is no way to establish a game officials awarded the Ireshman Allen Scott a 5.8 "It was a new one on me."
down now and pick the job you want. And if you qualify, outing special training season for Jackets their final twopointson and 218 pound nose guard Cox said of the safety ruling
we'll hold it for you for up to 270 days, depending on the Second quarter action saw sportsmen that will enable a BHS safety ruling in the Bernard Johnson, a 5.9 and 160 commenting that t he had inner
job you choose. Crawford joined by teammate him or her to endure the rigors ( late going. nose guard and Danny seen anything like it prior to
Randall McGee in the scoring and excitement of hunting.The Daniels was forced to go to Hildebran a 5.7 and 140 poundend. last Thursday's game
Then you can relax and enjoy your senior year without column as Kitchens Tile special deer dog the air for both Yellow Jacket On the play in question, the
worrying about what you'll be doing when it's over. pulled out to a 19-0 lead the training or toughening season scores when the Tornado Freshman defensive end Tornadoes had the ball on
half.Crawford opened October 2 and defense shut off the running Hildebran led the Tornado JV their own nine-inch line, and l I
When you do come in the Army, you'll also have a salaryof and !McGee both continues through October 31. attack on tough goal line in tackles against the Yellow quarterback dimming look
374 a month before deductions waiting for you. Plus scored again in the third The season Is open during stands.In Jackets and along with ing for some points Ith )ju-l t
free meals, housing, health care and 30 days paid vacation. period, and Wayne Teston daylight hours only and dog all, the BHS JV came up sophomore cornerbacks Dale three seconds remaining! in
And if you'd like added an extra point ending trainers must hate a \alid with four goal line stands for Rogers 5-7 and 140 and Glenn the contest at t that point, decided
to try college while in
you're we'll in the Kitchens Tile
to 75% of tuition for pay scoring hunting license and will not be the evening. The Tornadoes Carter, 5.8 and 144. was to go to the air Drop
up your you. victory allowed to possess firearms. buckled down on a pair of credited by Coach Cox as ping back into the BUS end
CALL This week's schedule has The deer dog training rule second half St. Augustine having played "an zone Cummings threw low to
YOUR ARMY REPRESENTATIVE TODAY Kitchens Tile meeting as yet does not allow training of dogsin scoring threats stopping outstanding highly agressiveball his intended receiver Hicks
untested Cauntry Boys at 1:30: wildlife managementareas. Yellow Jacket drives short by game." Norman: w ho had earlier been
p.m. Sunday Oct. 17, and h' yck throwing up impenetrablestands Offensively Cox says the on the receiving end of a pair
786-5800 In JACKSONVILLEJoin Badcocks taking on the at the line.
Bird goal Tornadoes were plagued by of Cummings' passes The
dogs be trained
Merchants in a 3p m. contest. may
and field off the mark
injury poor position pass was by some
the people who've joined the Army. Both games will be played at during the closed season by Whoops! Kssau: Bright almost Coach Cox said the goal line for the outing. He noted that 10 feet flags dropped and the
the Southside Elementary persons possessing license a valid had an Interception butcouldn't stands were a high point in the the entire BHS JV backfield officials ruled intentional
playground. hunting find the handle tough physical game, and he played the second half grounding awarding the

injured. Jackets a two-point safctyThe
Quarterback Dwayne intentional grounding
I Cummings played the second safety call did not detract
half of last Thursday's game from Cox's post-game comments
TERWILLEGAR! MOT RS. FORD with a dislocated shoulder but concerning the Yellow
I still finished as the Tornadoes Jackets. The BHS JV mentor
leading rusher for the outing termed the St Augustine
with some 75 yards. squad the "best team we'",
Cox said Cummings, who played to date" adding it was
came in as quarterback late in almost the most physicalteam
3 the second period and also his Tornadoes had me!
= Service Is Our 206 W. Madison m saw action during the game at this season.
defensive end, linebacker and Cox said he was "real.
964-7200 a monster back did a "real pleased" with his team which
O n good job" in reading the despite numerous injuries

B usiness i Starke, Florida Yellow Cummings Jacket engineered defense the "never The gave win up.levels" off St
Tornadoes' longest drive of Augustine's record for the
fa the evening, converging current season at 2-2. while
immO covering some 60 yards after the Tornadoes slipped to 1.2
the BHS JV took the opening for the current campaign.



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Come See. . we take a peek at the has already started showing
calendar along with the him how to cast those plastic
thermometer know that worms. He sure is proud of
m !L
? : : 1976 our Bicentennial year, is that baby Bassmaster
i 4'. rapidly coming to a close. I understand that the
I PATE GASSETT TOMMY COLSEN Indian Summer is a prime Hampton ramp is in the
time to find those bass process of being fixed. This is
C: PARTS MANAGER SERVICE MANAGER O prowling the shoreline We probably the only ramp of its
have had a very hot summer kind in the world.
.. ,' ,- = along with the lakes being low Kevin and I launched our
and those bass have been bass rig in Hampton a few
E 1H feeding at night. Bobby Allen days ago. It's hard to
C Gene Sellers. Julian McKae, describe-you'll have to try it
Eddy Bryan and myself have yourself to see what I'm
landed some nice bass in talking about.
1.I 1.- Santa Fe Lake while fishing at Our next club meeting will
,- night, and Jody Starling has be October 19 at 7:30: p m. Itwill
been landing some nice basson be beneficial to each club
IfM Sampson. member to try to bo present,
I I understand Earl Muse as we have some club businessto
c Harold Branham and Harold discuss.
3 Skeen have been doing well on Since Orange Lake is
LU1L -. Hampton at night. This night awfully grassy and low. the
fishing can be rough; it takesa October tournament might be
C dedicated bass fisherman to changed( to a different
MAC stay with it. location.
a MORROW EARL WAYNE MURRAY FARRELL HINSON STEVEJUDSON Julian McRae says that he Cross Creek is very low and
o feels night fishing is for the muddy, and this would make
L 3 raccoons. A bass almost took the going too rough I lor the big
his devil's! horse a few nights motors. J t:, Denmark and
i In behalf of the club I would days ago( and they say it was
I like to congratulate Mr. and really bad.
Tune U CuMtomiaggdTruckg- Mrs. Dale Johns on the birthof
s Conditioning Engine Overhaul
I'' : a son. Robert L., born H.is wishes
September 20. I'm sure Dale 'iU'rllrul'Il I
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I ligers Fall To Wildwood 5-6 In First LossLAKE .

BUTLER Union With just one minute plays netted the Wildcats Wildwood 32. yards on three and this '' I
County High fell from the remaining on the game clock eight yards bringing up fourth Tiger running back Wilco time Wildwood had trys choice
ranks of the undefeated and it was still anybody's and two from their own nine Warren took a pitchout down fourth no 1
the down
dropped its top ranking ballgame,and despite a fourth Onrushing Tigers had the right sideline for 10 yardsto punt concerning. Smith was the Wildcat '
the state's blocked two the Wildcat 22 on the next
among Class AA quarter downpour none of the nearly prior leading rusher for the
football teams Wildcat and Wildwood play, then cracked over the evening
prep on a lossto standing room only crowd left punts in
Wildwood High by a bizarre the contest early. Coach Bill Kagle decided not middle on a quick opener) for picking carries. up 46 yards 12

5.fi final I score here last Friday The rain, a light drizzle at to gamble on the puntinggameinthelategoingwlth two more to the Wildwood 20 The Tigers took ;
over one
night. first, started some five his yard line. Warren finished the into Wildcat 1 I IJ

Wildwood's Wildcats, third minutes into the final period, squad holding a slim three evening with 62 yards on 13 yard deep at the 49 with 55 1 1Ii
territory just
ranked in the 2-A rating going about the time the contest point lead Reasoning that a carries. seconds the
into the contest here last became a real cliff hanger, blocked punt recovered by the clock But remaining the comeback on fell 14 j
Friday, were held to just two Wildwood held a 6-3 lead anda Tigors in the Wildcat end zone Sam Jackson, leading Tiger short when a halfback l I
rushing first downs and 100 Tiger drive had just stalledat would result in a four point ground gainer for the outing, pass
from at .
total offense Union County lead Ragle ran into a solid wall of Kemp was intercepted ,
yards for the the Wildcat 39 yard line the Wildcat defensive : 6 6we .
outing by a stubborn Union when fans who came prepared called for the intentional Wildcats on second down from back Wile Mobley and time
County defense, but came up broke out the umbrellas. safety. Wildcat quarterbackKeith the 20), and was stopped for no ran out three later. M1 i
with a big 31-yard second Tiger punter Danny Johns Jones followed Ragle's gain,, Jackson bucked into the The large plays delegation of

period touchdown pass to edge came on with a fourth and 11 instructions on fourth down Wildwood defensive front line Wildwood Tans on hand for
past the Union County Tigers, from the Wildcat 39, and taking the safety and the from his fullback slot a total of game poured onto the ran Irf
Lake Hut ler scored on a 25 boomed away a high one that Wildwood squad prepared to 18 times for the outing pickingup soaked field as the final

yard field goal in the opening hung up just long enough for kick from their own 20 yard 72 yards. seconds ticked off the clock, .
quarter then picked up two Glen Kemp to down the ball at line moments later holding a The rain continued, no congratulating their team on Y;
more points on an intentional the Wildwood one yard line. It 6.5 lead longer a light drizzle by now it the hard fought victory. Coach # iefi

fourth quarter Wildwood was the second time in the With five minutes Ragle commented that he felt
safety evening that Johns had remaining in the contest the was a full-fledged down pour. lucky to have won the contest. I
backed the Wildcats up to Tigers had the ball back, 48 After gaining two yards on The was hard foughtas \
.. game
third down from the Wildcat
UC------- --- WIIOwoolt c their own end zone on punts, yards away from the Wildcat evidenced in the fact that ,
20( White lost the slippery ball,
Flrfl Down 2 he sailed a 38 yarder in the goal line, two Wildcats were absent
and Wildwood took at its
unl Ruh..Yard' 7919u opening period which was Quarterback Paul White over ,
from the
P.ng, Y.rd, SI own 18 with just 3:01: showingon I
71.1' PC- PA- PI 21H downed by Fred Clemons at picked up five yards on a first the clock celebration on the field,
the Wildwood foot line. down and a personalfoul game
2 Fumolef Lost 27.n one keeper, having been sent to the PIY
Punl..Av.. 1771If Following Johns' fourth call against the! Wildcats Wildcat running with
hospital severe
.- Peml/1e4Ye. 4.0 quarter punt, three running moved the ball down to the Charles Smith picked up four V> a 1-
-- -- -- during the course of the
struggle. } TTilr+1 41 1 : ,
Union County had taken an ,j

Tigers Play Best Game To Date Jackson early lead kicked in the a contest 25-yard when field

goal with just under five I(
minutes remaining in the I .,'' :: +ti y: .+
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In Loss To Wildwood WildcatsWith opening quarter.of Jones'Kemp'sinterception first

passing attempt of the game Defensive middle guard Darryl Williams, a strong 178 pound junior, slips past Wildowlblockers
set up Jackson's first field (o bring down Wildcat running back Charles Smith in last Friday's meeting: between

the exception of one their "best game the year," in Randall Griffis, who com Roberts' stats on the Tiger goal of the season. undefeated Class 2-A giants Wildwood' and Union County High. Smith led the Wildcats HI( 'omul
lone mistake, which resultedin controlling the line of bined to force turn overs un defense. However, the Wildcats tooka attack, which was limited to some 100 yards by the tough Tiger dt'ft'IISt'llh 411 vaids on I I.
the winning( touchdown .scrimmage all night the first four Wildcat offensive But Roberts pointed out that three point lead with just one carries. .

Union County High head foot- Roberts praised the possessions of the game. the defensive showing which minute remaining before the
ball Coach Charlie Roberts offensive front line of guards Holmes recovered a fumble held the Wildcats to less than halftime intermission, when

says his Tigers played their Way'ne Sapp and Dean Dukes, to stop the first drive, then 10(1 yards for the evening, was Jones hit Mobley with a 31- Win Over Williston Friday Will ;
yard touchdown on a
f finest ga me to date this seasonin tackles Tony Roberts and Kemp came up with a big by no means a one man show pass ,
Norman and center Defensive linemen third and eight situation, JimYoung's
last Friday's 6-5 loss to Joey Handy
Wild\\.oOllIlgh's Wildcats Fred Clemons, who left the interception setting up Dukes, Danny Johns, Leon recovery of a Tiger
Roberts said the lone Tiger game shortly before the close Jackson's field goal, then Alexander, Sidney Jenkins, fumble on the Union County 33 Earn Tigers A Playoff Berth }
defensive mistake, which re of the first half but was able to Warren came up with a and Darryl Williams all did an set up the winning score,

sulted in a 31-yard pass return in the fourth period, foropening fumble recovery and finally outstanding job according to The Tigers dominated play
completion from Wildcat up holes in the Wildcat Gulfis stopped the Wildwood Roberts for the most part. The first "It's a counter, if we're a powerful Inverness squad. The Tiger mentor's scouting I
quarterback Keith Jones to defensive unit on the fourth olfensive drive with an Union County's Tigers had four Wildcat possessionsended going to go to the state play Roberts says his scouts tell reports on Williston show that I'
halfback Willie Mobley for evening's numerous Tiger interception at the Union been top ranked among the in turn overs. Kemp offs we've got to win this one," him the Red Devils run a the Red Devils try to mix 1' I
drives. line. state's Class AA schools intercepted a pair of Jones Union head football the in the I
Wildwood's only score of the County 26 yard going County "pro-divide" on offense, things up on corners
of Sam; Jackson led the Roberts said not scoring the into the contest, while the passes, and Randall Griffis Coach Charlie: Roberts says of defensive secondary, by run
evening, came against one hoes
the Tigers young, and some charge through the touchdown on the first period Wildcats brought a number snared one. Alfred Holmes this Friday's meeting betweenhis ning the cross option plays,
what inexperienced defensive opened up by the Union turnovers hurt the Tigers. He three ranking into the Lake and Leon Alexander each Tigers and the Red Devilsof throwing about 35 percent of then throwing to receivers on
backs County offensive line, grind- said the decision to go for the Uutler meeting last Friday, recovered a Wildcat fumble to Williston High in Williston the time. "They like to run at short gainers.
other Wildwood drives.
stop with the
Mobley simply outran the you power sweep,
too he adds.
Tiger defender on the fly Scora by Ouartars. Williston is the final hurdlein "They're a lot quicker than
pattern, straight down the Wildwood u 0 0 -* the path of the Tigers on they are big," Roberts says,
right sideline to haul in IheJUIX'S' Union County 1 0 0 7-f their way to a berth in the UCHSSTARTIN4: sizing up his squads' Friday

heave according to Scoring Summaryt post-season District playoffs. LINE-L'P night opponent in the do-or-die
Roberts The touchdown pass UC Jackson IS yard FO district meeting He notes thata
came w ith just one minute re '$ ; w- Motley yard pass from Jonas Both squads take identical OFFENSE 6-1 and 170 pound freshman
marring on the scoreboard (< 2 0 records in District
UC -Jones. infantional safaty -
clock before the half-lime
from the quarterback
into the Friday
competition POS. NO. NAMa WT.
intermission, and the
ga\e r position.
r night meeting in Williston. Ta I D.nny Jonnf 1M
wildcats a 63 edgeat Winners However, the Tigers hold an OT 75 Tony Rob.rtl lot Roberts does not anticipate
halftime Roping edge in all games played to DT S2 Joey Normon 140Ul making any changes in his:! ef
But Roherts said the turning F date with a current 4.1 record,, 00 to D..n ou+N fensive or defensive 'statb g .
point| in the game was not the dTKr 4 1'" 111Ul for the mail
The Bradford Roping Club as opposed to the Red Devils 2- 00. II w.rnef.DD lineups Friday "o;
defensive mistake which allowed announces trophy winners in 3 overall record this season."They'll a ,. Pred CI.mon. contest in Williston, but notes t$
the Wildcats to score recent competition sa'7 Allred Ne/mN/ 111Ul that one member of the Tiger u
their lone touchdown of the ga 12 P.ul Whll.
wranglers by divisionare squadsidelinedfortheseason
Top be and ready to
game, but rather, the fumble : Toddlers Brian Griffis Roberts up of his Rt U Wlleo W.rr.n 1 171 to date, will be returning to
play, says RB n ftweflrm >APt
un the final Union County ; and Kristi Braddy Pony action this week.
; squads' Friday night op II S.m JoeklOn Ul
di iv e. Jeff Clemmons and Dean ponent He notes that like the Junior fullback Michael
"The fumble was the DEFENSE Dukes, sidelined since the second
Underhill; Small Fry Kevin Tigers the Red Devils were .I
ballgame. Roberts reflectedIt Elixson and Lisa Carter; victims of a one-point loss last week of pre-season prac ,
came on a third and eight f tI t Junior Girls Cindi week, While the Tigers battled Da II rt.n/youln IssDt tice with a knee injury, will I
power sweep by quarterbackPaul I Jordan and Kim Tenley ; Wildwood to a 5-6 final score I D.nny John III see action in Friday's contest
While'lIh just three .1 +, Junior Boys David Harley last Friday night, the Willis DT 7lwn AI..nd.r 210 against Wilhston's Red
minutes remaining in the can god Powder DT 790neY J.nkln, 110 Devils. Roberts that
Handy Reddish says
: ton team was set back 19-20( bya
test After picking up two Puff Elizabeth Osteen and Inverness squad. MO 72 D ny/Wdll ml 171ca when the big 5-11 and 185
powerful ,
yards White was hit hard and 7 9. Y ; Jjri r, MA (+rr7u'w.'r' ; Jane Siegmund, Seniors victims ot a one-point loss last 31 24 W11114JNnten R.ndoll. Orllll 1f7Ct "SLB pound, junior running back ",
the ball squirted loose The 'q Bud Clemmons and Gene week, While the Tigers battled II Cldrle.r..n ofLt goes into the contest at fullback

Wildcats recovered\ their y.+ir arl: tie4, Ilr.'CM1 .Y Y.r ther i'i 4+r r iw ,rm a Underhill and Jack Benny Wildwood to a 5-6 final score to D.on o+ne 113Ma starting fullback Sam
own IK yard line.lIeay Division Junior Hersey and last Friday night, the Willis- 7 OlOn Klmo IIIPS Jackson will be switched to a
rains which plaguedthe Gerald Griffis. ton tea set back 19-20 by 1AIhfO NelmN US halfback slot.
fourth pl'riodere not a Tiger running h.uk Wilco Warren hammers nut t'vtra .Mints im key block by split t'lulUrt'd m was

Holmes (17)( ) before pair of\\ildwocxl tacklers catchup. _. ....____ _._._ ,, ,, "","" -- ,.....,. "' m
factor in the fumble according 111 ... .._.u____ ___._.'_. M ."'' -- >, r -" --- :. .,,, ,,.
to Ruheits, 'ic''u --, : ,
However the Tigers were ing out some H5 yards on some field goal was made in an :
presented with one final 20 carries according to effort to swing the momentumof ''j

minute scoring of opportunity when in the the last gainer Roberts was Jackson's good for 25 longest yards. Jackson's the game to field the goal Tigers from ;

defense held play the ildoats Tiger on a Witty Warren, a junior run some 25 yards out which came : Treiner do s I
ning back, also earned the with just under five minutes
third 21 and seven from their head Tiger's praise for his ball remaining in the opening H d m)

own Glen carrying chores, picking up quarter, was the first for the an
I Defensive back Kemp,
q- aq|
who Chl'I'kNinlo backfield\ the at halfback'I'i iger offensive ., some Warren 5.i: yards longest on gains 13 carries were itpmI' season fullback-place kicker this IntroductorySavings: .

of 10 yarders The Tigers enjoyed an excellent I
put up a halfback pass with 52
seconds left in the but Tiger quarterback Paul kicking game against
game White experienced some dif the Wildcats according toItnhet
the Wildcat defensive secondary FOOD STORES
picked off the scoring ficully in operating the 'Is. In addition to Jack ;

which would havegl'l'n usually potent Tiger passing son's field goal, which gave
the Tigers a three point attack against Wildwood, as the Tigers an early; 3-0 lead, ... ,.. .
evidenced by final stats which Roberts noted the fine .,0' .','
lead puntingof .. ",,,' ,.. I
show that the senior signal Danny Johns ... "T".IiIII: "iC "-'f'"- ''' .:; <1'-t' ,j ,
:Monda Roberts' morning second guessing said on he caller completed only two of Johns punted raven times in C .. v .;f-. ..... _._ ,, ,> \ .. ._. .. <"' *
sev'en for the ev emng Roberts contest for
last Friday's an .
for the
wished he had called >F >*
blamed the poor passing at average of 32 >'ids per boot
earlier in the
hallback; ;
I pass
tack the Wildcat rush. of backed the : ,
have been on pass Two Johns punts 1 \
contest It might
ti} *
Wildwood blitzing line Wildcats to their own goal
up '
too obvious as it came in the
backers sacked White six line, both having been downed : *
late going, he reasoned, pyS Dgrs
Had; the halfback pass in the times in the evening, Roberts inside the Wildwood one yard GASOLINEit I *

final minute of piss or the noted line. Johns longest punt r ONl (Ii i
the defensiveunit Wildwood!
long fourth! ) quarter drive been "Everyone on against was good o"t.\. r *
sustained WIldwood Coach dId an outstanding job for some 42 yards. ,
Hill Ragle's decision to take Roberts said, He praised the Kemp led the defensive unit ,..
efforts of the defensive tackles from his monster
(heintentional safety with five in .
secondary and in particularthose Kick collecting nine *
minutes of placing time'rt'maUling .
of Kemp, Cedric unassisted tackles and four
would have provedsomewhat .
Warren Alfred Holmes and assists, according to Coach ,*
less than a perfect 1 :
call ,
,.. ,*
Robeits theorized that the

fact that two prior Wildcat Tiger JV Stops rf ,**. t

punts were nearly blocked ,.. ,*.
prompted the \Vildwond decision ,.. ...
to go for the safety Santa Fe 18-O ,..
rather than risk losing their ,*. 52.9152.9 ,*.
lead to a blocked punt recovered .
in the end zone for a Unum County High's( junior showing belongs, rightfully, to ,*. ,*.
Tiger score. The head Tiger varsity football team rolledup the whole defensive unit. ,* ,..
said Monday: the decision 16 points offensively The defense broke the ,*. ,..
seemed somewhat t premature, against Santa Fe's JV Raiders scoring ice, for what turnedout ,r. ,..
as there ere five minutes left last Thursday, but the TigerJV to be the winning( score, in ... ,* I.,
in the contest and the Tigers defense went one better m last Thursday's victory over ,.. *
still had all three of their timeouts holding the Raiders to no Suite Fewith a first quarter ... ...
rushing lirst downs and safety, giving the Tiger JV an rF. ,..
Hut when the final seconds adding a two-point safety, to early 2-() lead over the capable ,..

had ticked off the game clock, the 18 (0 win. Raiders, from whom Drake Prices Good: Sat. and Sun.9 Oct 16 Er 17th *
HIbntslas among the first "Our whole defensive unit expected a much tougher *
to admit that his Tigers had did an outstanding job," contest *. *
been beaten by a "fine" team, Union County JV head Coach Tigers picked up the pace on ... *
despite their outstanding performance Carl Drake said following the offense following the first *
Tiger JV's third victory of the period safety b>, the defensiveunit PARTICIPATING STORES LOCATED AT *

"Our defense did an outstanding 19TS campaign The win over and the big David Blont *
job" Roberts said the Haiders boosts Drake's punched his way into the end *
following the Tigers' loss to squad to 3-1 I in the win-loss zone from four yards out, State Road State Road 16 State Road 16 *

the Wildcats He noted that columns for the current then added a two pointconversion ,..

the just Wildwood two rushing squad first was downs heldto season Final stats on the game to a 100 to help lead the at TigerJV the : 100 & l 100A and & N. Lake St. *

for the entire game.Offensively show defensive tackle Stanley Intermission. ,
Roberts Osleen to be Tiger J V's Drake's JV Tigers have an : Road Starke
praised the young, relatively leading tackler for the outing, open week now before ( Griffis Loop) I

inexperienced Tiger front line but Coach Drake says credit meeting New berry there on 'F M +> 4M i * * * +fsls * * * * >wM ** 9
for turning in what he termed for the outstanding defensive October"J 21 1 l



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BUS Girl Runners Take Undefeated Dual, Tri-Meet Record To OP Today n"

Bradford High girl's cross running in Jacksonville. runners to places in the top 10 efforts of all the JV runners. Tornado runners swept the Schweda with a 10:47: Miss upcoming meets. However, Following Park today the ;)BUS meet girl In
country team (travels to including Bradford High. places. "They did a great job" she top four place in the McNeal with a 11:27: Elise only seven runners may be Orange here next
Orange) Park this afternoon Fletcher again edged the Laura Chase finished third added. individual standings in Johns with a 12:29: and Miss designated prior to the start of will host a tri-mcct 19 on the
P (Thursday, Oct 14,, for what BUS runners in the JV event. individually, and Nancy BHS girls continued their Tuesday's meet, with Miss Payne with a 15:02.: each race as figuring in the Tuesday Oct. at 4 .
Couch Melba Howard expectsto this time for the top spot. The McNeal took sixth place in the winning ways Tuesday, Griffith again pacing the win Following Tuesday's meet, scoring outcome. She expects Country Club course Eastside p.m.Gainesville's andOcala's
be the toughest lest to date Jacksonville I 4-A school had 4fi individual standings defeating Ocala Forest and this with a sub-10 minute Coach Howard says she now strong competition for the top High School
for her BITS harriers, total points, just two less thanBitS Hounding out the Tornado Ocala Vanguard in a tri-meet effort over the mile and one- has 10 runners capable of seven spots to develop as the Vanguard the competition.
currently undefeated! i in dual with 4H total team points. team total in the JV runningwere held in Ocala. half course. running for points in season progresses. will provide
and tn-meel competition Chord Starling in 17th The Tornado runner The top BHS runner, Miss
BUS runners edged i past the Ifflbin Schweda won the JV place and Nancy Payne, who finished the event with a 17 Griffith,tunred in a 9:52: in the
!otronOrllllc! J Park girl's event, placing/ first in the th. Ocala meet. Good
finished 2<> point team total far ahead of Worst Enough
team this past weekend at the individual standings/ and Coach Hbward said she was Forest's 55 point total and Miss Ormsbee took second Showing
Lee I Invitational cross country leading/ a group! of three BHS "very pleased" with the Vanguard's 64 points place in the individual I
meet in Jacksonville The standings with a 10:01: Miss
Tornado girls l finished third in Hazen was this at 10:02: and For BHS Volleyball Victory"We
the nine team invitationalwith Recreation Department News Miss Richardson completedthe
a Tit mint total, while 4-A strong sweep of the top -
Orange Park finished fourth four spots with a 10:03.: just weren't aggressiveat Two starters were missing In the first game of
with a '!H)) point) team total. Girl's Flag Football for the Dolphins to win the SLiMNASTICS All seven BHS runners all tonight, Bradford High from the BUS lineup in Tuesday's 'victory over
"They'll be up for this meet!, Girl's flag football, ages 12- game. The final score was figuring in the scoring volleyball Coach Inez Harvey Tuesday's contest, and Florida Dears Dragons, the
and out tol't! us," Poach: 15 will hold its first game at Dolphins Steelers 26. A slimnastics (exercise) outcome finished in the top 10 said following Tuesday's another starter was playing Tornadoes jumped out to an
I toward said ('alit er t this weekin 3:30:: p m. Friday, October 15. The second game!: was class will be offered throughthe in Tuesday's meet with Miss meeting between her Tornado injured Coach Harvey notedin early 8-0 lead on serving
anticipation of the strong at Pratt Street Playground.The played between the Haiders Recreation Department on Pierce finishing seventh at volleyballers and a scrappy explaining the lackluster points by Betty Hudson,
challenge/ e\|>ccted' I tram I the girls have two teams, the and the Cowboys. In the first Monday, Wednesday and 10:23: Virginia Crawford squad from the Florida Schoolfor Tornado showing.The Janice Berry and Cassandra
Orange !I'.nk team DI a''o Ducks and the 1 Big Bucs. half, Kenny Davis scored two Friday from 9:30: to 11 a.m. taking eighth at 10:25: and the Deaf here. Johnson. The BITS squad
('oath I Howard said her BUS Roster for the Disco Ducks touchdowns for the Raiders, There will be a meeting on Frances Coltrane finishing She termed the Tornado allowed the Dragon s to close
squad did not run its best at consists of Lynn Loper Tracy with one extra point being Friday October 22, 1976 in ninth with a time of 10:58.: volleyballers'showing "one of Tornado volleyballers, the margin to six points, at 10-
the Jacksonville meet last Haukerson'rcrrl ('unt', Terri made. The Cowboys were the gym (upstairs) of the Old Also running, but not the poorest to date," but even currently 5.3 in the win-loss 4, before rallying behind the
weekend linishing/: strong Thonias. Luana Mundorff. unable to score in the first Armory, to discuss class figuring in the final scoring at at their worst the BUS squadwas column for the season, returnto serves of Dana Dyal to pull
third behind a pair of 4.Aschools. SIII''rSt' roble, Lynnette half. So, at the end of the first structure. All persons the Ocala meet, were Miss good enough to hand the home court action Buchholz tonight, away to a 10 point lead. Then
I 11"10111I1un the Lee Hamilton, Kristy Klwer.ToHimi half the Raiders led 130. In interested in registering for Chase with a 10:43: Miss Florida Deaf Dragons a Thursday hosting Miss Berry served up the
lnvitation.il with a 7:1: point Sue :Marshall and the second half, the Cowboyscame the class, must register at this straight two set defeat in the High of Gainesville. Tonight'scontest winning pOint.TUlosduy's .
total and Fletcher measuredthe Tammy Denton. back with two time. If there is enough best of three game match on gets underway at 7 second game saw
BUS i miners b.v four Big Bucs are Hope touchdowns, one by Scott interest, a minimum of ten, the scores of 13-4 and 1614. o'clock in the BHS gym. the Tornadoes fall behind the
(Hunts with a 7H loam total Jackson, Rubin Stephens, Hudson and the other by Scott Gators ChallengingFrom visiting Dragons, 3-1, in the
(.'intltinll1th. (; p.iccnl: the \'alll1da Brown Angela Allen, making the score 1312. class will resume on early going, but !Miss Johnson
'1'III'nulIII'UIlIII'I'S In their thud &1lSI'rJt'llIssa: Kaves: Kim The Haiders came back with a Wednesday, October 27 If put BITS back out in front 7.4 a
,place tinish .it the Lee meet!, Norfis, :Michelle Smith, Lori score on a pass from there is any doubt about your ( Page 7)) short time later on a four point
turning/ in a (Id'o.l: lime for t the livvon. Louette Smith and DeWayne Slocum to Johnson, physical abilities to do wrong way, twisting the rally
mile and one half event She Kihtb'rlee Iowling.1'hey will and made the extra point. strenuous exercises such as ankle. How quick Casey The Dragons fought buck to
finished' eighth the be (jogging, jumping rope, etc.,) returns to action
in playing every Friday Final score Raiders 20, depends on tie the current contest at
individual standings/: atti-rnnon lor the next four Cowboys '12.Current it is advised that you check how well the ankle responds to eight-all, before BUS pulled
Linda Itichardson ami'ITI weeks at ::1:10.lI.mtamt"aR:: standings are: with your physician. treatment, says Coach Mike away to a six point lead at 14-
:\\( I Oitnsbee I coveted the Steelers and Dolphins are 4 Instructor will be Cheryl Sexton. 8, apparently on the way to
mile and one hall course in Football and 1, Cowboys and Raidersare Godwin and if you have any Quarterback Jimmy icF another easy victory
nearly identical tunes u Thursday, October 7th 1 and 4.Woman's. questions, call the Recreation Prevail, improving with / However, the visitors from
capture 14th and' lath:;\ place in lolphntsdefeated Raiders 26- Department, 9646792. every game, according to :: St. ,Augustine/ again came
the individual ,t.ullllIIlor/: 14. and the Steelers defeated Tennis! League Coach Hurse sustained a n JP, r back, cutting the Tornado leadto
BUS :Miss liichaidson turned the (',)\\hoys 24-1J. The women played their shoulder bruise early in the a single point at 1413. Then
ill Id4:!I 111 the Jacksonville Tuesday. October 12 1976 third round of games on REPOUSSE'CLASS Palatka game. lie continuedto 'rtrearrd l both teams posted a single
event (i""I.one sl'l'ondllhl'IH! ol. I ho iirst game played i was Tuesday October 12th. play but has been held out point on serving exchanges,
11.11111111I111'11": (iimslieeliuth iK'tvwn the Sleelers and the Results were as follows: Ella The Repousse' Class being from any hitting this week. hSr., rtirieM'i' but Miss Itobinson put the
ll.i/cn \look." IHlh placein Dolphins In the first half, the Cooney and Kandy Costellowon offered through the The Tornadoes did not hit in game away on u power serve
the indiv idu.il standings' / t trot l'lIrl'lor the Steelers was by a forfeit from Donna Recreation Departmentbegan practice at all Monday, in for the final point in the lti-14
with .1 tune .ol inII:! l.vim made\ \' Kmmett: Watkins to Gruen. Barbara Starnar over last week. There is a fact, and only a little Tuesday BUS in.
1'111'1'1', '" :J.li!: d I VMth .1 tune ol Kdd'e' Thornpkins for 6 points Diana Beattie 8-3. Loretta full class of nine on Monday Coach Nurse feels his team is It was! the first win in three
11I:1):::;:) to iiiiind\ out the "l'd.'r.1. ThI'xtra\ point was good Ross over Phyllis; Muggins, 8- night and five on Thursday coming around now The outing for I the Tornado
linish and times lor the BUS EnuiwttWatkins scored i three 6, Ella Cooney over Sandy morning. Those attendingare defense is beginning to catchup vollev bailors, who tell to
team) more touchdowns in the first : Marian Long, Christine with the offense !
Bach 8-2. Faye; Johnson over as the 4. Buchholz last Thursday. 15-1
While lliSIII'I>""III'I1 that the half( lor the Sleelers with only Diane Beattie 8-0 Phyllis; Lawson.Marie Muriel S. Norman, season progresses Coach and 13-7. and lost to !New berryfor ;)
team did nut 1'11I111 strung( / race ono extra: point made Todd Muggins over Barbara Siemer, Charlene Mike Sexton expressed the second t time this season
in the Jacksonville 1 meet Jackson scored four Starnar 9-7 and Kandy Blalock, Lynn Moxley, Gwen pleasure at the performanceof :\l I oath I Howard said she \saspleased !touchdowns\ for (the' Dolphins Costello won by default over Moxley, Betty Bloodworth, his defense last week, Coach Harvey commented
with the overall in (He first half with only one Bobbie Faye Chaff Current Pearl Andrews, Clara Han, adding he'd have liked for the on TUI'sdav's'I torv over the
'Barriers, '" ol the. Tornado. extrA: point made At the end standings: F. Johnson 5-0, K. Dot Simmons, Gayle; progress to have come earlier St, Augustinebased'Dragons,
.. of the first t half I the score was Costello and E. Cooney are 4- Strickland, Lucy White and but is certainly glad to see it said she is pleased! with t the
'We ran ninpele\' with the Stivlers :26.! Dolphins 25. The.core 1, Loretta Ross 3-1, P. Huggins Faye Andrews. They have now as the Tornadoes head {rZYityu,, strong serving of newcomer
largfi" sihnols. -In,' noted. ( remained i the same until 3-2, S. Bach and B. Starnar 2-3, completed their second weekof into the toughest part of the Km: ma :Murphy who has!
.I-'IM. ".quillrouted. iiinun the (fourth quarter when Todd D. Gruen 1-4 and D Beattie 0- lessons with four more season against St. Augustine, joined the squad since I the
\lfst\| ll.llll-, III Hi Ull-kllld. JaiKson made a touchdown 5. sessions to be conducted. Ocala Forest, and Macclenny. start of the season.. She has a
Ester Robinson (13)( ) sets up BIIS voilebailers downed the real C'oach
!strong serve
visitors from Augustine. oil
in Tornado
BUS scoring spike
ot he
Harvey said ( new
I IDur2ndYear a straight, two-game win to
Tornado vollev, bailer adding.
vollejballers victory over the boost their season record to ;3-;
Florida School for the Deaf. 3. she l'xp'cIsllss: :Murphy to
improve quickly with moregame

I experienceFollowing/: tonight's meeting
o "We lie loudest when we lie "Good things, when short, with Buchhol here, the HllS
o to ourselves." are twice as good" volleh"lIt'rs111 travel to
Eric Hoffer Baltasar Gracian Palatka. South next :Monday
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Guards the volunteered Bradford County for picked to sing in the Georgia rations, which consists of invade Cuba. I hope they will .1Jt/, ; ? \ ,

'service in the SP lnish. boys' presence was the hated beef, beans, hard tack, and for we are all anxious to fight ''t :' ..
American War back in May of Sherman's song march of General from coffee." and get through with it. The .1.1

1898, the only thing that bothers us is
boys thought
they Atlanta to the "We have just finished
sea -
were going to Tampa to the water, which is not fit for
"Marching Through making a long march from "
embark anything to drink,
soon for Cuba and Georgia." our old campgrounds in the
avenge the sinking of the garrison to the
new grounds at "Dear Advocate:
battleship Maine. The Georgia troops sat DeSoto Park The weatherwas
But through that in grim silence. awful hot and we were "We get plenty to eat now
according to letters
to and what we get is good, solid
the folks back home But the next song the loaded down with blankets, t i .
as Michigan boys chose to sing knapsacks, etc. food. We sleep on palmettoesevery l
published in issues of the ? i
was "We'll Hang Jeff Davis to night. All the boys have ,
"Florida Semi-Weekly "We all like DeSoto them inside their t
A Sour Apple Tree," and that Park tents. It 1
Advocate, a local newspaperof much. We makes bed. I don't
was just too much for the very are camped a splendid
that time, the first action Georgia lads. back in the pines about 75 think anyone of us would feel
They entered
they saw was more like a replay vocal and a yards from the beach. It is a at home sleeping on a feather
of the Civil War than a with protest a few punches that up beautiful place and you can bed now. We have slept on f fI'
war against the Spaniards triggered a nose-bleeding wade in the water for 200 boards so long that several of

Soon after the Starke free-for-all. yards without getting over the boys have corns on their r

company's arrival in Tampa, your head. shoulder blades.
the volunteers from Georgiaand wouldn't Sherman however, "We are camped right "We don't know when we
the troops from Michigan that have liked the resultsof beside the Georgia regimentand will go to Cuba. Some think

staged a "pitched battle" soon resulted miniature battle, which have lots of fun, for the within 10 days, but it is hard to

originating in a Tampa evacuation of in a "complete Georgia and Florida boys tell for we can't find out any
saloon. It seems that about 20 the premises" by stick together like brothers.The news at all here. I do hope we
from each side of the Mason- Michiganders. Michigan boys tried to will make a move soon for we

Dixon line were gathered in a Tampa was described in buy us, but we got the best of are all impatient to get a good
bar in East Tampa when the letters home "the liveliest them and they soon stopped. chance to 'remember the
Michiganders decided to do a as !Maine and when the time
place in the South at the "Troops are still coming in
little vocalizing. comes, I don't think the Tiger
present time. The boys were by the thousands. Il certainly will "
tlnfortunatley, the song they Cats be in the rear. .
"living on Uncle Sam's looks like they are going to

Dear Advocate:

"I am writing this as I sit on

a cake of ice, for you have to
editorial use the ice in order to keep The Old/ Scott House

cool enough to think.

Lt. Livingston is in Starke. 7'histwo-story! frame house, Pictured on steps are :Mrs Pine thicket at lelt is
He made quite a rep on the the home 01Ir! and !Mrs I Laura Scott <' white present site ol HradloulCounly ,
Nouember2Ballot night that he had charge of the Fred A. Scott once stood at shirtwaist ) andIr: Scott High School

Guard downtown. The papers the northwest c )rner.of (white shirt'hltl'.bt'artll'd) Mr: Scoll owned and

Of Great complimented him the next Temple AvenueU.S.31)1Iand( ) man at left is probably,: :MrSeott's operuletl a .small More.
day. Washington Street, present lather Dr .Scott. catering school, clnlilicn. "II
site of the Bradtord Children in yard are l elieved:
\: "I"Ih'ulnut Mrccl
"Capt. Matthews returned lor iii.invve.ir.s
Apartments. to be the Scott children DOris
last week and brought down and Wilbur. ;

five presidential candidatesand likely that this amendment will pass, as lots of good things to eat from

nine proposed amendments to the it should, and become a significant step Starke.feast that The day boys and had as a they big

State Constitution to be decided Florida toward integrity in state government. enjoyed the delicious dainties

voters have every reason to visit the they thought of Starke. !Mr.

polls on November 2 and redeem them- Another proposed amendment that is fellow Eckert, that prince of County Agents By T .

selves for the turnout attracting much discussion and debate is a gladdened our heartsby 1 '
the poor the one that would prohibit on and after presenting us with a box of Notebook Bobby 1976-77
September Second Primary.
1 1978 the number of full-time Havanas. We will capture hima
July ,
whole cigar factory when we Taylor .xT' ft* 11
salaried state employees from exceedingone get to Havana. Phone 9C4-6554 _
Court decisions this week ordered the

placement of a fifth party nominee for percent of the state population "We have Hunting
got our uniformsnow
estimate; and prohibiting the number of This time of year cattlemen All this is to that cattle. ,
1'result-lit on i hiI I ;illot. and also two but we don't like blue. should look say x {+r
part-time state employees from at their men have several considerations -
We had rather give the
amendments that had
opponents calendar
ten of the full-time Spaniards the blues management and and choices to make Calendar
exceeding percent see!
have excluded from the November 2 make decisions and plans to when planning their winter

ticket. employees. "Here's is our battle veil: successfully winter their feed program. The feed that is sue,,.

cattle as economically and good for one herd or ranch
Governor Askew opposes this amend- "Here's to Bradford's Tiger efficiently as possible.One .
not be
might good for another
The Fifth Circuit Court of
ment and has released Cats
right across the road.
sitting in New Orleans Monday purporting to show that it would resultin "The boys who know no fear; of the decisions biggest and is what most Determine the kind and TALLAHASSEE-The 1976-77 calendar of hunting
a rejected Florida's plea for an emergency the dismissal of 7,000 full-time and claws"May they, with their bayonet ,and; how they will feed their amoung of the various feed dates for Florida sportsmen has been released by the

order LaRouche Labor ingredients cattle will Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission. It is:
banning Lyndon 11,000 part-time employees in 1978. "Make the Dons take to the cows. Some considerations your
Party presidential candidate from the rear 'are what feed nutrients are need and then shop for the October 2-First phase dove season opens; first dayof .

November 2 ballot. Consequently Even if, accurate-the report does not "B.C.G, Gee, Gee, Gee. needed i. when nutrients are best prices before buying. October deer hound 31-First training.phase dove season and deer hound

", Florid voters..willhave five presidential say how many gf these full-time part- "Watch" the Spaniard- regulars available farm and on which the ranch nutrients or There are other feed training ends.November .
nee considerations
choices: Gerald Ford, Republican Party time employees 'who might lose their must be purchased or grown. purchased feed in stuffs.addition Winter to I 9-Florida gallinule and rail season ends.

nominee: Jimmy Carter Democrat: jobs are actually needed and how many When and how these nutrientswill forages like rye ryegrass and November 13-Start of statewide deer turkey wild

former U.S. Senator Eugene McCarthy are paper-shuffling excess baggage be fed or utilized is also clover are important and 1 hog, quail squirrel and snipe season (no fall open
FORESTRYIN season on turkey in Northwest Florida except Leon and
of Minnesota, and independent candidate whose presence in the capitol corridors important necessary on many farms and Jefferson counties) ; bear may be taken in Baker and

; Tom Anderson of Tennessee. would hardly be missed.At Of course, cattle\ need many with ranches.native These forages along other Columbia counties and on Tyndall Air Force Base;

American Party; and Mr. LaRouche, IN BRADFORD COUNTYby different nutrients along with roughage range or nutri- second phase dove season opens.
can produce
Labor Party. any rate by the year 1978 many of vitamins, minerals, and good tions and economical feed if November 24-Start of duck and coot season.
these employees will have left their jobs clean water. However, the November 28-Second phase dove season closes.
Richard Schroeder managed properly.
normal major concern for most December 6-First phase duck and coot season ends
voluntarily, or by retirement
Also on Monday, the Florida Supreme County Forester duck and coot
December Second season
cattlemen is the nutrients Management of these crops 15- phase
and the number on the state payroll
Court gave clearance for Governor FLORIDA-A LEADERIN needed in large quantities. includes proper lime, seedingand opens.
Askew's Sunshine Amendment, and the could be reduced by attrition if all unnecessary TREE PLANTING These are protein energy fertilization rates and December 18-Third phase dove and woodcock

proposed amendment giving the State and make-work positionswere feeds or concentrates, and good grazing management.These season opens.
not refilled. Florida's state and private roughage. A good balance of crops, like the cattle January 9-End of deer wild hog and turkey seasonin
Legislature power to suspend rules forest tree nurseries led the these feed materials is more themselves[ need certain Northeast, Central South and Everglades regions

promulgated by state agencies. Both of Such an amendment would not be South in production of bare important than too much of "food" nutrients that we call January 10-Third phase dove season ends.

these will appear on the November if in the past had root seedlings last year. one and notenough of another. fertilizer. The major fertilizer January 20)-Duck and coot season ends.
necessary politicians of (bluebill)) season.
January 21-Start special scaup
ballot. nutrients are nitrogen
fulfilled their promises to exercise "The cooperative effort A good fertilized grass in the phosphorous, and potash. January 23-End of deer, wild hog and turkey seasonin .
resulted in the
planting of 95
in government. But the people and summer will Northwest region..
economy spring Small and need
million grains grasses
trees in Florida said
The Sunshine Amendment, perhapsthe have become disillusioned with such John M. Bethea Director, generally be a balance of all three of these elements in January -Start special primitive weapons only I

most controversial of the nine elected these nutrients, and will large quantities while clover season in !Northwest region. I
promises as one by one newly Division of Forestry
supply enough to meet the 31-End of ( bluebill) season.
proposals, deals with ethics in government officials fall into the old of and other legumes need only January special scaup
and provides for full financial disclosure pattern ever- Private industry nurseries needs of older calves and phosphorous and potash.We February 13-End of special primitive weapons only'
increasing bureauracracy and hiring million of the old dead
supplied 57 cows. However, or season in !Northwest region.
by all elected constitutional two people to Jo the job of one young seedlings; the rest were grass will have plenty of know how much of each February 20-End of woodcock season

officers, and candidates for such offices.It provided by nurseries of the roughage but will be deficientin one of these major elements it February 27-End of small game season in

Division of Forestry. protein and energy. Good takes to grow per acre of these Northeast South, Central and Everglades regions; end

also provides that "any public As a safeguard, to assure that the "Over the Florida hay will also supply energy crops. With a soil analysis to of snipe season.

officer who breaches the reduction in personnel would not workto has consistenly years.led the nation! and roughage, and in some determine what is already in :March 5-Start of spring gobbler season in that
the detriment of efficient state and cases enough protein for the soil I. we can readily portion of the state lying south of SR 50.
in overall tree plantings
public trust for private gain, and any mature cows. recommend how much of each !March 6-End of small game season in Northwest
person or entity inducing such breach government the amendment providesthat acreage reforested, Bethea should be applied during the region.

shall be liable to the state for all financial the Governor, with approval of said.believe"We that have we are reason again to Poor quality hay will not growing season to produce a !March 12-Start of spring gobbler season in that

benefits obtained by such actions. Also three cabinet members, would be number one in the nation in supply ample protein or good crop of nutritious feed. portion of the state lying north of SR 50.
!March 19-Start of spring gobbler season in
authorized to additional "
officer who is approve this effort.
any public or employee
Call or come by your County Northwest regIOn.
convicted of a felony involving a breachof positions to meet any emergencies that Survey information for the mental There feeds are several on the market supple- Agents office if you would like :March 27--End of spring gobbler season In that

public trust shall be subject to for might arise. South is provided by the today. Some are concentrations to discuss your winter feeding portion of the state 1 lying south of SK 50.

feiture of rights and privileges under a Southern Forest Institute and of only protein and program or the nutrient needsof April 3-End of spring gobbler season in that portionof

public retirement system or pension Along with the Sunshine Amendment, as Bethea noted, "SFI survey minerals, while others contain jour cattle or crops. the state lying north of SK 50 '
we believe that the voters of Florida results did not include and-or feeds. April 10-End of spring gobbler season in Northwest
be protein energy
plan law.in such manner as may providedby would make no mistake in approving the seedlings planted on state or For example, you can buy a : :.:.:;:::;:;:::::::::;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::11* region.

amendment to place a ceiling on state na planted tional forests by landowners or young trees from range mix that has a lot that of :# MCTKK.VNS.FK.1KS: ;|:::

Full and public disclosure of financial employees, tied to the state's population stock purchased at cost "from cattle non-protem-mtrogcn can convert into :k::: Bj' UilliamS.llaas :8:::: I I

interests requires athe filing with the figure. state seedling nurseries. protein. This mix does not 1'eteransSerticeofficer 3 Letters

Secretary of State by July 1 of each yeara contain energy or roughage
worth In addition to a President, and nine Approximately 48 million Other protein supplementslike Once a year Veterans BO\ltDIFMIIEII.1PI'RFa'l.1TES.R'kE1: ::
statement showing net
sworn constitutional amendments, voters will seedlings were produced in pellets and blocks will Administration payment, : ..: .
and identifying each asset and liability in '' contain 15 to 40
percent than
totalling more nine-
also elect a Vice President, a State the state's three tree [Richard 11. Jockcl.
excess of $1OCO, and a copy of the kevunng nurseries many of protein and no energy million dollars was mailed

person's most recent federal income tax Treasurer, a member of the Florida them for private landowneruse. Some feed mixes recently to disabled veterans SuperintendentBradford County. Schools leadership you were able to I

return. Public Service Commission, and a U.S. The complete picture contain some liquid protein (usually who wear prosthesis. ;North; Temple .Avenue build up a significant reserve I
Senator. then Is that all planted trees Starke. Florida. without seriously effecting the
13 to 35 percent) and energy or Annual clothing allowance
totaled 105 million trees quality of education r
The Sunshine Amendment was placedon concentrate feed like citrus or checks for $175, have been Dear in
Richard Bradford
enough to privide 150.000acres : County
Bradford County on November 2 cane molasses. Other liquid mailed to almost 52,000
the ballot by petition initiative of future forest land.
This should return to the 60-70 percent voter feeds are just citrus or blackstrap service disabled i veterans. I would like to express my Richard I am leaving the
headed Governor Askew.
up by turnout for which it has been noted in molasses. There are Veterans compensated by sincere appreciation to you in County School Board within a
method of initiating amendments to the In the annual Division also other combinations of this manner for the but
few weeks, before I do I
the VA for service-connected
the All of have
Constitution requires the signatures of past. us lived long survey (which includes feed available. of outstanding service you have would like to say "Thanks fora

eight percent of qualified voters and the enough to know we "get what we pay plantings by government disability prosthetic requiring or orthopedic use contributed during the time job very well done!" If I Iwere
for: In politics, we get what we vote for- industry, and private tree you have served as grading our school
drive Askew netted than appliances received the
by more !
farmers), the leading counties
-or rather, in some cases, what we fail to allowance to offset Superintendent of Schools. It people, 1 would have to give
With the of in the expenses
200,000 signatures. support were panhandle (Bay l1l11Jf has been a great pleasure to you an "A" in all aspects as
this many voters as a nucleus it seems vote for. Taylor, and Dixie), W J If71'l incurred in wear Appliancesconsider and tear on serve on the School Board you have proven to be a great

11\ include, artificial during your tenure. Your asset to our school system.
Bradford has been above
County was creditability
limbs braces and
ggADrRD represented however, with Rain Ot' Sbi1e'f6 wheelchairs. reproach.I Sincerely
LD Cot! 137,975 trees ordered for
1879- planting in the county last Military retirees with would also like to Rodney I1. Hall, :Member
4 pay
year. This included 13,600 disabilities requiring use of tribute to the care you School Hoard of Bradford

tt ra p1 q genetically superior or prosthetic devices, and who exemplify to the classroom County
G.rtr 1
a 'supertrees: a recent are not receiving VA child. It Is admirable that

cy r development in the field of compensation must make during this past fiscal year,

'fare_ JOHN M. MILLER forestry. each year for the your attention to budget -t
',VOH-* Publishers allowance. Retireesare matters and your
Objective of these not required to waive any of a cost
Published each Thursday and entered as second tlaau Matter at the Poet Office at Stark, *1a. under tree plantings is to provide Get in line.. : portion of their retirementpay coding implementation system, saved the

Actof. _March. _3, 1879.__ wood and forests for the next to receive the allowance. county taxpayers $459,000. 0
|In trade area: t7 per year: $4 six months.
generation. We should be Veterans however on VA You inherited the Office of
Outside trade area: .8 per year: $4.50 six months. Starke. Fla. proud that so many people compensation rolls receivedthe Superintendent during a state The Indiana used wild ginger

Phone' 964 6305 have the needed foresight I VOTE annual allowances wide economic crunch, but by to prevent ptomaine |>oi uri-

know our children will be. automatically. prudent and effective ing and cur toothache


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Hope Baptist Church Breaks Ground Cystic Fibrosis Drive Set For October 1524You'd


be surprised at how disease cystic fibrosis, which Diagnosed at 15 months, Lynn
Font's New $149,408 SanctuaryHope many answers you get when seriously interferes with has only been hospitalizedtwice
you ask 13-year-old Lynn breathing and digestion. in her life, and says she
: Church, eight Waters of Hampton what she "Everything you always r. "feels good" most of the time.
miles south of Starke on SR. n ,rw likes to do best. hear about cystic fibrosis "I know we've been lucky;
100 broke ground Sunday, 'play There's horseback riding, victims Is sad and negative," Lynn hasn't been as sick as
Oct. '3,' for its new.-$149,408 c swimming cooking says Lynn's mother, Alice some children with this
sanctuary. cheerleading: her 4-II club and Faye Waters. "It's not that disease are," says Mrs
Planning for \ha new' i : 01 i other enthusiasms, not to way Lynn Is a happy, active y t Waters. "But it is possible to
sanctuary began in July, 1973. I mention school work, vyingfor child and she's rarely sick" 1I lead a normal, active life and
with I the establishment of a t r the .ighthgrader's time CF affects the glands which that's just what Lynn is doing
building fund and finance and attention. secrete mucus, tears, sweat I want to share the good side
committee, On August 31, I r .ou.d probably also be and saliva. The mucus causes I G' of this with people.'
1976. the building fund had a -It' surprised to learn that Lynn is the most serious
total of (54,283, over the a victim. of the childhood lung complications, clogging the p Completes
$50.ooo goal 'set for the build- bTh ii1 iq lungs, causing breathing Kergusen Recruit Training
ing construction to begin. Mrs.! Edna E.Jones difficulties, susceptibility to Marine Private Charles E.
Architect Don R. Morgan of s infection and lung damage. Fergusen, 18, son of Mr and
Keystone Heights drew plans 1.4Y !Mrs Edna E. Jones 83, died Mucus also interferes with Mrs. William E. Ferguson of
and specifications the new Oct. 7 in the Bradford County digestion, blocking the flow of Route 1, Starke, has
sanctuary,which will seat 400, L Hospital after a long illness. enzymes from the pancreas. Lynn Water enjoys completed recruit training at
tWice the capacity of the pre r Born in Clay County Dec. 30, Treatment includes inhaling cheerleading horseback the Marine Corps Recruit
sent sanctuary. The new brick ltil-y 18<))2. \Mrs Jones lived in medicated vapors and taking riding and a host of other Depot, Parris Island, S.C.
building of colonial design, Starke most of her life She postural drainage therapy to activities During the 11-week training
will replace the 100 year old worked I us a grocery clerk and help loosen and remove cycle Pvt. Fergusen learnedthe
structure now being used. was a member of the Grace mucus, and taking antibiotics, basics of battlefield
Tries t Construction Baptist Church. digestive enzymes and CF volunteers are holding survival. He was introduced to
Company of Keystone Heights Survivors include three vitamins. door-to-door fund-raising the typical daily routine that
Mill build the church, financedby drive October 15-24 to support
sons, R.E. Jones Odell Jones he will experience during his
the First Federal Savingsand and Merrill Jones all of research and care programsfor enlistment and studied the
Loan 'Association of Hope Baptist Church south of Starke on SK-lOO held groundbreaking ceremonies October 3 for Starke; two brothers, Len SMYRNA MISSIONARY children affected by CFand ( personal and professional
Putnam County in Palatka its new $119,000 church.: The new church is I of toloni.il: design and will lIf'atI.HI.. ). Taking part in Harris of Lake Geneva and BAPTIST CHURCH other lungdamagingdiseases. standards traditionally
ceremonies: are: first row: Ernest: K:. Tries ,lr of Priest Construction of Keystone Heights, Ernest Harris of Kingsley Sunday School 10 a.m., Mrs. Pat Welty is exhibited by Marines.
contractor for the church: ; Cleveland Sullivan \\\l\ and u church member for 61 years, who dug the Lake, 17 grandchildren and 12 Worship Service 11 a.m., directing the Starke drive Fergusen participated? in an
KI\: (.SU\' LAKE first sho\efull of dirt; :Merle. I'al'kha in, Sr.. pastor unit Don Morgan: : ,architect. greatgrandchildren.Funeral B,T.S. 5:45: a.m. and Evening along with Susie Lott in active physical conditioning
\PTISTCHIRCH Second row: Edward Clar\. chairman: building committee; <'>rill>lcknn, han (:iUln, Mrs. services were held Worship 7 pm Hampton Robert Scott in program and gained
IIOHKCOMIVG: : : Janice Hall members building committee; Ernest: t t:. Trlf' t, (chairman board trustees. Saturday in the Grace Baptist All visitors are warmly Law Icy and Theo Dyal in proficiency in a variety of
Third row: \\.K.: Nejlans, (chairman finance committee; :Mrs Helen Mersey, J.I). Griffis. Church with Rev. Leon T. welcomed Brooker military skills, including first
Rev Samuel Cuthert will be members, finance committee: ; Mrs.: Grace Searle. member, former church plant planning Odom officiating Burial was We preach the death, burial, It's progress made through aid. rifle markmanship and
guest\ speaker at the morning committee, Percy: Sullivan Jr.. trustee; K.C: (ueiidet. chairman: : former church planting in Beulah Cemetery in Clay and resurrection of the Lord research plus love and care: close order drill Teamworkand
h service. October 17. at planning 'ommIUl'f' County. DeWitt C. Jones Jesus Christ Come join us. of her family. that has enabled self-discipline were
Kingsley Lake Baptist Churchfor Funeral Home handled Elder TC.Williams Lynn to lead the healthy and emphasized throughout the
'i Homecoming: followed by arrangements. PastorThThThTh active life she does training cycle.
dinner the !No
on grounds.
evening service.Former Gospel Group --........... .,. ....,. ..".....,. .,-,...............
\ members and
friends are invited to attend. Hears Gylaml
Kev Russell Harris,
interim pastor
An enthusiastic crowd of 50 luptism! four }ears ago they
gathered October 8 at the Full vvi-ie at odds! with I each other
IIKhTllKlvn\\ (:ospol Businessmen'sIntl'malinnal and their six children. three of We Won't Hold You Up On Your
CIlt.Ul'U: monthly dinnerto whom wore on drugs After I
hear the speech and "laving their burden on
Jim Love!Minister testimony of Dr. Stephen Jesus I they experienced '
(:\land. conteuttnt'n6 peace of mind
Sunday School 9-15: a m.; (:) land. \\'cll-kno"n and their children, ceased drug
morning >en ice. 10:45 a m; speaker and charismatic list- All sir children have now
south group 6 p m. ; evening) religion follower gave a been baptised! Cost
service 7 p.m choir lengthy and emotional The I group\ enjoy(11 l a steak Printing
puiUiu', 8pm. Wednesday' testimony along with his wife and potato dinner !sang r ;
'night bible study on Hebrews Hose They said before their h, inns !mid prayed.
it p m.

:\pir Rtirrl\'lfs ObituariesJames Ij Ij j j I

In. .MitcMmxUllospii.il ) j
I .EmissionsMixuJ Lindsey Lane of Tampa; a
11,1Brll..k'r: E. Kkiirtl: sister :Mrs Mae Childress of

\ II'RIO"IllIn'l': i Ki.siuuntel.1 ; Brandon, ten grandchildrenand
M u.v. loins) 11.1 I turd I Djiu'llo James E. Ekard, 63 of 1231 eight greatgrandchildren
ilikisoiis\ I J..I"t' ('ilv George; \ Johns Drive Starke died Funeral services were held m i i
Tulhys Lake Butler Sunday morning Oct. 10, in Sunday Oct. 10. in the DeWittC ,,
l Hcleac'( the Veteran's Administration Jones Chapel at Starke with ,
Hospital in Gainesville HevIerle: Packham ..
l Geut'gr ':Moig.in: !Lake Mr. Ekard had been officiating Burial followed in ,,
1lIIlt'I': Gillian or.naii\ l,,ikc' confined to the hospital since Santa Fe Cemetery at 4 ; I
:mulct I'.i'ilv Iliiwlle October 1 after suffering an Hampton Lake l lt J
ll.iiloul. )loath' Hallo. l Luke. accidental shotgun wound at ,
\UilUV" Altio Hi-own t...iko his home in Starke 1 1
Mutter 'Susie l Haze. Brooker Born June 2-1. 191:l. 'In ', I I. j. i .., ",", t .
Mi"I't Iliigsllu Conover. ;\ C. Mr: Ek rd' FLORIDATHEATRE t ti f '\.; .
'I I ii ii HI < 'tiuiiiv, Hospital moved here from North / : s o i
i 1.101.1 i IM.IIII muling, /: tiii i KIII \ Carolina 19 years ago. For the ,
ilu.11.tut.. ill llu/ 'hoard,, past 18'-' years he had been .
illellf ll.nl employed as a life underwriter -
I Iht,' 111111'11"' .lUMll.UV III bv the ;National Stand- '& g
In.. ll.ii'iniiiiv I Fire B.iphsl, ard Llfe'lnsurance Company' Fri Sat. & Sun. j>> r 1 1nc i
1 null II IUthllt. its nu tlmg-/( He was an Army veteran of \ :
I I.". Ins) uul! ilmcl \\,'lIlIt.lIaI : ] \ VVII and a member of the ---- \:
I i vi'i \ UK.nlli .u .1 dil ft.I't'lil First Baptist Church. It's hilarious '
; Survivors include his wife. '
members home each time
outrageous road race. '. fiySteffi ? i
lUllsvvillU. giving: ( d I II Virginia Dykes Ekard of ;
"I i.r- .Mill' |1'1 l ""glam bur! ,IIIVuu Starke; two daughters: Mrs. i ,
"' 1"I\ Biro\ who 111,1I.In1 Eugenia Whitehead and :Miss ', 'XK
n..lt.1":\ IK.IIS l1Ioi\In- Lisa Ekard. both of Starke a i,
,,Ill 1.,.lilisl I I lhlllllt.ll. the I moo brother. Herbert Ekard of s
'IIIIIV Ilu.piltl| | Conover ;N C ; two sisters:
I'lltlllUlVSMlS : :Mrs Essie; Sipe and :Mrs
lid..hll'a .IllllllSilihi.itiil :Maude Allen, both of Conover
111'1'i 1III'Ihd.lIht.I :;
.I nt 'SiilunlHM| at\ her i "home NCFuneral !services were held r j "nv I' 1.
I Iike, Roller with deu Wednesday' morning October .a .
I,ua' Inrud.! 1): in the First Baptist Church 1'h.: ...... ,0
.,.. ,_-== _
Mi stud :Mis I':ilvvaidlnsfv with the pastor Rev Ben "
'. had l .1 hiillitl.ix p.ut.v. Bryant officiating. Pall.
'''I i !their il.iugliii-r( tirslI bearerswere employees of the PLUS
I' 'llul.iv" s.iiuHJ.iv in Hun\ :National; Standard Life Insurance Terence Hill In
"I."ant' VMltl.l I lea llosflriCMUls; Company Burial wasin
<'lull'til I1:: fills: Crosb>- lake Cemetery AIlW.I fU"P'tw' .IS \'y
II'ii'moil* I free i Baptist Dewitt C Jones Funeral
(Thin iiiSund.ti Home of Starke was in charge: "$A'ICH ou4.

tin v h.id a spinaln of arrangements YlE.IIE "AO
'| ',iki i Ii''IMII I IIII' iidtMin( a

Bible Sonety( also the IIa It G MARCELLO FONOATD aDo _
> I fU
> Crone
\U nunsuili, .. .
H \ gave a I ti .UK> ..I'ItIU" Ie::
,kil, ,n the i i-v 1'1I1I.t'I''ll'I'\ toplaui
i \ tin butt 100 ol.. I th.' Ray Lelirone. B9, died
Ljilllp 1'1'I*...dl'lIl uf till1 gl 1'lIlIp| (October B in Shands Teaching 301
Hospital I, Gainesville after a You Need
'- :\h'C'u, (Ivall The I
liiiuor t'1.1"" gut. together! and 1 brief illness fr
,MIII for .1 hike i ride. 1 ho team Born in Lake City. :Mr DRIVE-IN
i I I.r'. liilmm-diatcs held &I i iIMIIV LeCrone: had lived in Jacksonville -
,.il I the IHIowship hall for :)0) vears before
*...,uirdal' night. moving Worthington Fri Sat Letterheads
Id.vital Holiness. ('Inn'ill: Springs!' seven years ago!' He Envelopes .
I'hi' stcniiil (Mobil) tin'v was retired from work with CLINTEASTWOOD
ilhiii'il: in U.nloid liifnjiiv .1,.1Minpn the Jacksonville Shipyard
.mil' 1 llu ,singing ol. llui and was a member of the
i 'luisl! Viiliass.ulors,, (itius, Bethlehem Lutheran Church.
Survivors include his THE OUTLAW Statements Brochures -
lldiul.i' I Ins pa..t vvitkrmliluv
1ltl1l'l'I'1lll1( i M.uili'iins, to widow. Mrs Alma ;Nesmith;
luivt-', supper and 1 singingMini's ( LeGrone \\orthington 1PG's
ti.iting. : Springs' one brother Willard ,
,,? Wo' .' ',,0
LeGrone of Lake and
:Ml and :Lira Barb.ua Booklets
JnimsaiiCiladedhIr. : and three sisters :Mrs Arra Programs.We .
Mis It II ..luhl1'r;' tinutckcnd Bryant of Alachua Mrs Iris PLUS
Tison of Lake and Mrs
lioni Ft'i'naiulinaIUai.li
VilanIalphurs: of High "Equinox"Sun
Irene Him.'d has iclunudli.uk Springs
nom 1 1 down S"ulhllwl'l' Funeral services!! were held! Mon Do Them All.
Iw was visiting her sisterMildred October 10 in the chapel: of the .
Klio vv.is' vtrv sicksthool Archer Funeral Home of Lake L Warren Oates
Butler with Rev. (Edgar AI-
KtenlsH.illiHvti'ii: :
Pam Grier In
carnival, is britton and Rev P.H. Graham And At ACompetitive
planned bur JJ it l..bl'l'1. \) which officiating Burial followed in
will lie put on b, Die parents Bethlehem Lutheran Church I I
will kids nf I he Lake Butler Cemetery in Lake City
lemi'iiUrv: \ School.. Archer Funeral Home
I The grade( level\ meeting/ handled the arrangements Price
will be on. October 21 to
discuss the program and Maggie I IeWnter In Business
grading: policy 1897
I Children at Lake Butler :Mrs Maggie Birt
I Elementary School are DeWaters 83, Hampton, died
lollccting Post Cereal tops so Oct. 7 in the Starke Nursing
that they can l'I'dl'l'l11thl'm for Home after a long illness. A I 1 1R
pi j>ground( equipment' life time resident of the
Hampton area she was bornin PLUS Il] 01lJmlD!' :
FOR- -SALE-- -PiCkett- -Templates- was Hampton Graham a member Christian Dec 14, 1892 of Church.and the

Lettering, guides General use Survivors include two sons
template Electronic', Elapse and E.L. Bart of Hampton and 135 W. Call St. 964-6305
Architectural All for sale at The Albert H flirt of St
. I Office Shop Phone 966306 Petersburg two brother. ii Unilid 1.0.11
\ Lloyd Lane of Brandon and llVOeVS5 S 5&k!

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October 14.1970 11I.1.t.laKA.UIiKe IJ "I f:

I Santa Fe Cemetery- Association FormedA iY ii r

new association has been required for each single grave set at ground level "...
a major problem in promotingcare Eugene Taylor, and a few -Only concrete or steel
formed to maintain the assigned. Each space is
of the cemetery. interested citizens. space NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO
grounds of Santa Fe Cemeteryacross Pierce Is to consist of not more than five are permissable.All REGISTER
Attorney George The
cemetery was chains EIGHTH
SR-18 from Hampton working with the associationfree established as a trust in 1903. feet by ten feet. Spaces may fences wire, THE FICTITIOUS NAME !
etc. in the old section must be JUDICIAL
Lake. be reserved in advance if !J
of charge. Since then maintenance of removed by January 1, 1977, FLORIDA IN AND FOR Pursuant to Section 866.09 ][
The association is now Attending the meeting of theAssociation's grounds has become a desired.A. or will be destroyed. S BRADFORD COUNTY. Florida Statutes, notice la ; :
charging for lots in the board of problem due to relatives of permit must be obtained -Private cemeteries within CASE NO.76-258-CA hereby given that the

cemetery. Dimensions of a directors in the Hampton city people buried there having prior to breaking ground for Santa Fe Lake Cemetery undarsigned Richard and Myrtle

cemetery lot havi been hall October 7 were Ernest moved away and graves left in interment. The permit fee is cannot and will not be MID-FLORIDA PRODUCTION Rogers, P.O. Box 1426, PERSONAL SERVICE

determined. A is Green General Lester a neglected condition. $10. permitted. CREDIT ASSOCIATION, Keystone Heights, Fla., 32666, __4

Freddie Watterson and Various obstacles, such as trees.No copings will be shrubbery permitted or in -Trustees of the Santa Fe Plaintiff doing business under the firm BILL'S SAW WlUPt ..,,___" .

pipes fences and chains Lake Cemetery reserve the -vs- name of "RICHARD'S BURGER ......... ..nl.., drmlatv I
Banquet Honors 4-II present a problem of and cemetery two. except in blocks one right to enter upon any and all CHESTER E. MOODY and HUTT" Keystone Heights, Fla., Lad ........ ttmlm, waver )

maintenance.The lots to facilitate inspection KATHI W. MOODY his wife, 32666, intends to register said Mad. kwltaw irwud a.4WlMMit
I following regulationsfor -Copings and corner of said fictitious name under the Laava at ....... ,
care and maintenance SUN BANK OF ,
Leaders And markers used in blocks one of aforesaid MiUM .. ,
Donors or IUy
care use and assignmentof provisions
properties.. and WILLIAM D. PARRISH, Rogers tfi
burial plots were established and two (old section) must be Defendants. Richard and Myrtle ataaa tLfchta. .

Approximately 70 4-H Charles Baldree Mr. and as adopted by the Boardof NOTICE OF SALE joint owners. '
leaders and sponsors were Mrs. Royce Joyner, Mrs. Trustees in a regular Dated this 30th day of 10.20 PATIO COVERSt team

I honored with a banquet Mon. Minnie Redding and Mr. and meeting last August 12: PRODUCTION & MAINTENANCE On the 26th day of October, September, A.D., 1976 at .laaUllad... wale, I40...MlMlallad..... tlM .

day October 11. at which the Mrs. Harold Waters. A donation of $50 is 1976 at 11:00: A.M., at the East Starke Florida. GATOR MOBILE HOME SERVICE : .
Bradford County 4-H Council 9-30 tchg 10-21 .... ,
door of the Bradford County 00. 37t7B7.G.lu. "
prepared a spaghetti supperto WORKERSNew Courthouse, Starke Florida, rile. ...... '
show their appreciation for GILBERT S. BROWN dork of NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO ___ I I
leaders and those that electric steel mill In Baldwin Fla now hiring hourly production A the Court Bradford County REGISTER ALCOHOLICS '

sponsore activities for last maintenance workers good wages. liberal company benefits, Florida will sell the following FICTITIOUS NAME ANONYMOUS! 8ccaiafalUvl "
ear. WILLIAM T. COBB, M.D. Apply In person described property: Pursuant to Section 865.09 >( for....... wb.west ta r
Raids Statues notice is hereby STOP drlikkt" and STAY "
REAL PROPERTY .. ... Ma.tla Thara. A ,
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Dr. James FLORIDA STEEL CORPORATION given that the undersigned JohnE. ;
Brasher Commencing at the NE comerof Sunday 8:00! M457r. '
Assistant4-H Dean at the ANNOUNCES THE OPENING OF HIS OFFICE NW 1.4 of NW 1-4, and and Mary B. Creasman, P.O. 9644434.24 p.m.IZtp 108HOR9EBREAKING

University of Florida was the Yellow/ Water Road SR 217 thence run West 2931.3 yards Box 22, Raiford. Fla. 32083 --- -

guest speaker. He spoke on FOR THE East Of Baldwin Fla for a starting point thence run doing business under the firm
the vital role that leaders and PRACTICE OF South 660 yards thence run ramo of "TACKLE BOX", 941 A N
donors play in the total 4-H An Equal Opportunity Employer M/F i T/Chg 10/14 West 1462.3 yards thence run N. Temple Starke Fla. 32091 HOOF-TRIMMING -
P...... 964-8993. Ion 2 tpd
mends said .fictilil1lar
program. OPHTHALMOLOGYDISEASESAND North 660 yards thence run East to register 10/14
1462.3 yards to the place of me under the provisions of

Florida Bank were at presented Starke and to ( SURGERY OF THE EYE) We Need Listings 6 beginning South Range Section 20 1.East.Township ALSO: aforesaid John statute E. and Mary B. PIANO STUDENTS. aad ....aaadtdafternoon ........

DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Cressman, joint owners.
AT NE 1-4 of NE 1-4, Except that Can lor ....le.t. MM2S7. -
Home for their meritorious portion lying North and West of Dated this 23rd day of & Ella Geor... Hpd7.

service to 4-II. 118 SOUTH THOMPSON We've Got Buyers From Everywhere New River, Section 2, Township September A.D. 1976 at --------.---

6 South, Range 20 East; Starke, Rorida HANDYMAN CAN All
Those leaders receivingpins STARKE. FLORIDA containing in the aggregate 58 4ichg 9-23-10 typ.a al Ieme rapalra.

for two years of service Offices Coast To Coast acres, more or less. Interior and ealerlar.
were: Mrs Barbara Daniels EXCEPT: A parcel of land NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Remodeling ....... waihlagaad
Mr. and Mrs. James Balkcom OFFICE HOURS: 964-7621 STARKE situated in the NW 1-4 of REGISTER ,.I.tl... Special n'..
Strout Realty Inc. ... ...
and .4 t. far sealer cILl.{ .
Mr. Mrs Lloyd Douglass WEDNESDAY 375-O4O4 GAINESVILLE Section 1. Township 6 South F NAME Free estimate. Call after S
and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Johns. BroKer Range 20 East Bradford Pursuant to Section 865.09 PM I.. Immediate. attention.M4SM1 .

Three year pins were presented BY APPOINTMENT 1o/7/ CHG 10/21 County Florida; said parcel Florida Statutes, notice is Ion 4&olle 10/28

toMr: and Mrs. 9645196 Starke A Mole. South On S R. tOOm being more particularly hereby given that the -.-----.-
described as follows: undersigned Dianne James and MOWER P/TlTst,
"-- Commence at the Northwest C.E. James Rt. 2, Box 22b! Hectare year old.. mower ,.
of said Section 1 and look Uae .....
corner run Keystone Heights! Florida doing Complete
tt'i /.!ben: r= :=1 E4GLEtJN SAl THURSDAY.FRIDAY S 01 degrees 43'31" E.. along business under the firm name of ,...-.... ell changed. blade.

til.on KM the West line of said Section 1, e "MICRO-TEC SYSTEMS" karpened, and palsied
HUN = '"/ AHD distance of 1323.25 feet to an Keystone Heights, Florida Helps '.lIr mower perform
Ul I* bettered last lager Piiihmowera
aiy7 prim FAMILY DISCOUNT STOftCS iron pipe and the point of irtend to register said fictitious J4.'S. Riding..

SATURDAYyMh beginning; thence continue S 01 name with the provisions of mawera (".91. Free
degrees 43'31" E., along aforesaid statute. plchnpa. P.... 9(4-7844.
West line of said Section 1, a Dianne James and C.E. G....'. Lawn Service.. 10/7
distance of 395.00 feet to an iron James, owners. 4lpd. 1026HAL'I.ING

; thence run N. 81 degrees this 7th of October. -.- -. .
1966 PRIMS/ WacLgggWAR o pipe Dated day ---- -----
76 22 36" E., 188.33 feet to an iron A.D. at Starke Florida. : SERvICE H.v.14oc .
pipe; thence run N. 01 degrees 10/7 4tchg 10 28 track. with 14 It. ilakc
IW, LNdwAY I 43' 31" W., 395.00 feet to an 10/7 4tchg 1028IN .body) also tree aervlre.
seems Phone 7023422.: Itpd. 111/7
iron pipe; 'thence run S. 81

The same low prices you paid TEN years ago!, degrees to the point 22' 36"of W.beginning, 188.33 feet BRADFORD THE CIRCUIT COURT COUNTY FOR Anyone ATTENTION- -- -! : TAX-Interested-- tame AlH--- 'I.TSt may IsIN'OMf1

( tR1t\ PERSONAL PROPERTY FLORIDA call the Vo-Tech c..,.. .,
) 0 : 1 Long 565 Tractor S PROBATE DIVISION 964-6150 lor moreInformation.
Number SN465. File Number 76-211-CP 10/7 ,
SAU Ztckg
3.00'i :190 EAGLE ROLLS IACK 1 Service 72 inch Mower Division 1.2490 10/14

19 88 THE PRICE ON 100% Model Number 858.100, S --- --- -..
DISCOUNT MICE WAS.JIIf'I'.2 4"'JI": I'I\ 1 Long Harrow, Model LONGER Deceased.

tuu MRITAL eiKiiuworLATS 6.88 Number 1081, S Number L-rlal.:
I p { / U UN Ukurti il, Mttaawstiawlaf -pursuant to the Final
Qp A ., .. Judgment of Foreclosure ALL PERSONS HAVING
1 la il tlM like.
a |Hart l lF lr IN IIIE CIRCUIT COUJrt, FQR,, ,.
190 I f far ,fil- fsrtit |rm.Btm. entered the 7 day of October, CLAIMS OR DEMANDS BKAUFORp! (COUNTY., )
/.. uvy aW tat. 1976., in the above-styled causa. AGAINST THE ABOVE ESTATE lUIUDAiT
ItiTI rMIMm.lliudiiM Clerk. Circuit Court INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE:
IN HE The Marriage of HENRY
; 4 wllillllt. 30.42. By Beulah M. Moody a* at. JH. HustuiHl. ind
sir[ 1o WAS4fK Deputy Clerk YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat
IACR RRRP A ueituu LIIIt@UII 4:8 8; 4 1 tchg 10/14 the administration of the NOTICE OH SUIT
3 96 estate of KYLE A LUNGER
i it OF INTENTIONTO File Number 76-211-
NOTICE deceased '
DISCOUNT MIC! WAS1.K 1IW-4R ML, IRART22RAU.iR I pRIC 101 fjrrantrue; Drive
RAHRSRME UISRRS JACKETS REGISTER CP. is pending in the Circuit List ircjudslx'rg.. Pi. 18JOI!
nun tun PLASTIC Will arUEaw r pRIC a Itn-uri Htatfs. JKLRTRR Pursuant to Section 866.09 Florida Probate Division the
SNAP-LICK ui -NETPII/El MitchMf ilKti .S.747.M .thdi cin action/ for Dissolution of,
Op notice is
I Florida Statutes, address of which is Bradford Mirriage has been filed against
hereby given that the County Courthouse, Starke und
you you are required to
: undersigned Faya King. Route 2, Florida 32091. The personal .
serve a copy of your written
SAYI 1.00 Box 74-F, Starke Florida 32091 representative of the estate is
d + ; 1 4 defenses it any. to it on
ay Null FUN I r. :;7'a \ doing business under the firm ESTHER R. LUNGER whose RICHARD E. WELTY Attorney
of "FAYE'S III BEAUTY address is 725 McMahon Street,
SEAT RIVERS -_: r, name 'for Petitioner whose tKklress is;
4.87wm SALON." intends to register Starke Florida 32091. The 114 N. Walnut Street P O Box'KX
said fictitious name under the name and address of thepersonal !
>. Stdrke. Florida 32091. ind
JI/T /i---_ provisions of aforesaid statute representative'sattorney hit the original with. the Clerk" of .
Faye King owner. are set forth below.
/ the above styled Court "n nrtiefore
P Olc Dated this 30th day of All persons having claims" or .
tm i.oo
SAVE ?,le sATt to November 15, 19/6
1 Of 1976 at
e September, A.D. demands against the estate are
otherwise a Judifcmimt\ miy l he I
5 77 1-UItTAN DISCOUNT nice WAS JtRCMRVERSI 19 Starke Florida. required. WITHIN THREE entered: agaInst you for the relief '
9-30 4 tchg 10-21 MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF
mdrKled l PI
4.66 OIK Mt lor MUM it h Ptitwi FN. I/ IN THE CIRCUIT COURT THIS NOTICE, to file with the
H FT.iV VINYL URIERRflll R-E ELECTRIC UUII VILli PLUS Midi of said Court on Die 11th
IS RTIRH REIHFRROER, wAsIA RAJ EUT-Tf RCA* HAL, itM mill. IMk1 Irrei 712. A EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF clerk of the above court a ilay of October ID6GILBERTS.

lawful A FRU IS SUNS RIILMR CKRIABILITTsm 7. 74 nT33 FLORIDAIN written statement of any claimor BROWNAS
AND FOR BRADFORD demand they may have Each CLERK OF SAID COURT
3.00 sun! DISCOUNT'RICIIICIIIIIWIin DISCOUNT raiCE WAS Jilt claim must be in writing and Oi-iH.ihM
COUNTYCIVIL Hy: MimlyClirutyCkiK
24iT2" FRIRIHIRER WIRK Ers LIRR sunn ACTION must indicate the basis for the
IF REAVTnn PUTS wm SOIL RELUSEVt SPILT SI PIES SRIRTSPittvn CASE No.76-276 claim the name and address of 10 14 41chg 114
U.IMIRHM | M. cottM-partntir" etomnitit sleds stnpek nafast IN RE: The adoption of LISA the creditor or his agent or
tloF) TW1 J nor tNCl-a koala. 21- N. L IL MARIE MALLORY a minor attorney, and the amount
15.88 BY: MICKEY MALLORY her claimed. If the claim is not yet IN THE CIRCUIT COURT I

WASjI.N' I 90 AYI1.10'a ai t., TALO LOS! C2'V Stepfather- due.the date when it will FOR BRADFORD COUNTY.
NOTICE OF SUIT become due shall be stated. If FLORIDAIN

r eiiliM nil I UH nni! NO PROPERTY the claim is contingent or
$At pT1' TO: JOSEPH EDWARD MANN unliquidated the nature of the PROBATE
sin i.oo p DISCOUNT MICC WAS TENNII $NINi CASE NO. 76 306 CP File No. 1-
..w t YOU ARE HEREBY uncertainty shall be stated. If the
ARRILUTRIUT 9 9 /" RKR-Tir Mee119 ItA JARSSRiJMURMTTUM NOTIFIED that an action for claim is secured the security 2526
been filed The
Adoption has against shall be described claimant
DISCOUNT MIC! &497 DISCOUNT M IC11IU11! WA3-MC" till* mttarlMt vn "IH I CILIRS 3 97 CHARLES KLEIN. J k a
y \ you Joseph Edward Mam and shall deliver sufficient copies of
rttbrt EMI TM, ? 12. p
IRIci i claim the clerk enable
DISCOUNT Min you are required to serve a copyof the to to
of your written defenses if any the clerk to mail one copy to
was ARI Mill CRLIRSVtRAUIH IIIU MITi 1 P13171111
I IS to it, on the plaintiff's attorney each personal representative.All I
whose name and address is persons interested in the CONCERN: Letters of

S run PtS$! George H. Pierce Pierce & estate to whom a copy of this Ailiinnstralion have been issufd
Hardy, P.O. Drawer 1030, Notice of Administration has ;10 RICHARD E. WELTY, 114 N.

too Starke Florida 32091, and file been mailed are required Wjlnut Street P.O. Box 995
EARU rAIRIOSRrTSRER v 1iE: ::: !AY[ I VALUE 11.101 the original with the clerk of the WITHIN THREE MONTHS Starka. Florida 32081 to; act us

vALu lES1 IEI'5 WIIT Y J MTV FAMIIS /'\>\ above styled court on or before FROM THE DATE OF THE Personal Representative in the
790 +. T slniTSlrln November 5, 1976; otherwise a FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS above-captioned Estate.

DISCOUNT PRICE 3.77 lean / SILIN TUN I judgement may be entered NOTICE to file any objections
\ against, you for the relief they may have that challenges All persons having claims or
SUK* LOW DISCOUNT MICEWRMIH'S 3.98 v 660 demands the said Estate
\ 16-/$% r demanded in the complaint or the validity of the decedent'swiH against
TO ?,121 $IT[ 132 SAVE file
IP Wtm NRFISSIRRALSRRU wM/.IP sxscouNTMICE petition. ., the qualifications of the must them with GILBERT S. !
WITS FLAN BRSRIRRMitttttlsi WITNESS my hand and the the BROWN Oerk of Circuit Court.
eiRIHE IRIFE, 6 personal representative or
0 1
FtRI TUlftOI Q INi6 clads w staon prirtl seal of said Court on September venue or jurisdiction of the P.O. Drawer B, Starka' Florida
Disc rRICeswean Disc. Mices wean iMir e alwt SUn H8m i v 28, 1976. court. 32091 within three ((3)) calendar

8ij 11USMIN e0 / TRRR RRRUEi VALISPLISIVIR II" FITPAR, t-4lf PIlL I ic Gilbert S. Brown ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS. months from the date of the first
RUAIIR, FIRRniRIPtUSR TUIETTU. a-PO. RARREPAN f ILOWE As Clerk of said Court AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO publication of this Notice.

,'Ur r04M:1T IR RRR SRAHPM SIT, E4SRPU RR MLUIIR im 1.00 : J By: Beulah M. Moody FILED WILL BE FOREVER All persons objecting to the

A.Deputy Clerk BARRED. qualifications of the Personal

A tRio.U" 22"un HISSES' 1MVPRLTISHR 10/7 4tchg 10/28 Date of the first publication of Representative or to the venue

i, s 21" HIS this Notice of Administration: nr jurisdiction of the Court must
"Utz .=::: M FALL PRIHTS
IRURIMRRMART NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO October 14, 1976. die their objections with the

''S--, AIR tor' 1.88 REGISTER '*/ ESTHER R. LUNGERAs .clerk as mentioned In the
d Personal Representative of ixeceeding paragraph WIthin
e '-'L SPRAT wtieXITARRIR 866.09
1 19 Pursuant to Section the three 13)) calendar months from
2 1.0 0 it'WASJ.Ir Florida Statutes notice is Estate of KYLE A. LUNGER the first publication of this
hereby given that the Deceased Notice.
WlRI.u.- ILI-It'' ) [ALIE PLI1l IAT! 1.1! undersigned Stuart Wishart, ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
urn nr' I *m 1t% Route 1. Box 294E Starke REPRESENTATIVE: The first publication of his
a snip i 2 9 2 9 4 Florida 32091, doing business George H. Pierce Esquire Notice on the Seventh day of
3 9 9 Nk tII1/M1 MRTATERRtPTRRTRMRTPARTWS under the firm name of "STU'S P.O. Drawer 1030 October 1976.RICHARD .
ILU-Innu MJ.uVln" SUM low DISCOUNT fltlCIRRISRCR DISCOUNT Mid WAi-M AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE," Starke. Florida 32091 E.wtL TY. PeraonaIRepr.latlve
low DISCOUNT Micf II TUUTS 'F N LRM RRWR IS SOT RRSStr PRLTttm PURRS Starka, Florida, 32091 Intendsto .
Telephone 964-5701 964'8H
: or
970 RUT nrma uua register said fictitious name 8 10/7 2 ttha 10/14
RMPRESSMR leg cur h Ml( tnOttt rill al fart prim a sYlip lap of aforesaid
wia2TB under the
FIR rRRfUSMRAt AMIRMT wean J.If wASJ.1f \ attflMIN Mno.sunn S.1L L r tsit a, Sea SI1 provisions 2 tchg 10/14-10/21 -----
Stuart Wisharl, owner ----- ----- -- FOR SALE. L.t(.rl.c
EAGLE THE CONVENIENT 312 w. Madison St. Pack Reg. King. 100'6"canon Dated this 30th day of FOa SALE .(sllyl.l. G..... -- 8&....,.. .'..ri..

FAMILY DISCOUNT STORES 964.7513 1 CIGARETTES 49' $484 Carton 'Super4& I i September, A.D. 1976 at (( MM .1 aO .1... wltfe sad te.....,... At T>. (MIMe
Open daily 9 "til 9 Sunday tit ft Slarka Florida. .....1...At Tke Offlaa 811.... 8...... (

9 304 tchg 10-21 ---- ------- --- -------

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YARD SALE: Saturday Ralph Bryan -

MOBILE HOME MOVING: Abo RENT: 12 ft. wide October 16 from 9 ..m. to 3 SKATING SALE II IIJ I
mobile "harm: hurricane anchor/. mobile home outside city p.m. on East Powell Street. RINK: Complete and In FURNISHED MOBILE Real Estate

Ing and mobile home mil coat- limits. 9644114 or 473-4777. Baby things, clothing and operation Located In HOME 10 s 55. Front

big OUn's MOBILE: llnm SerVic tfchg miscellaneous Items.. 1 tpd Keystone. Phone 4733535. Kitchen 2 Bedroom. Call DON'T DELAY J Ii

*. 964-56IH.( "St. ______ 10/7! _dtpd..10/14. 4135237tfe BUY r.hl' /.II.
Rd. InW AJet. ----------- I!"!! "'! .: !!. TODAYII!!
_. ____.___ __ ---
233 St..... Fla. tfchgKEVVtSK CtrWiIltJlar
FOR RENT; Olin'sSubdivision BqIAaCE_
FOR SALE: Diamond needle. FOR SAI.E OR RENT 2 Your choice of S to 265 [
---- ------- 1/2 acre lots. I.lOWER! & BOAT fur any. stereo,over 2 17 different br. block house In city, North of Lawtey Low acres ... w,.war. .mm. ...... ,.
SIO: UU/ month. Water and SALE:
per ConleyEstates. ,
MACHINES! : them all. Ooh- I
repaired one, we have Phone 964-6202 or 964-8417 payment Up to 20 to .r..aa rL0.I0. '
furniahed. For : Phone 8H4-87HO pay
all makes. cleaned, oiled. .nddjustcd. Sewage mere Inscount.FOR tchg on balance. tr

I 17. Work guaranteed.James \information llin'I..bile. call Homes Mark Salea.hwy. Olin.. llchgJOHt __ ________ --- -----....-. ..,..----- . . : -
Strickland corner !Morgan 1 to 10
acres Off SR 100 1 Hr3BR
Kuad lUll VI.. Starke.o 'SEI) RMTl'RE NEARLY !Io.Bedroom.: .
& IIW16.. ttchx- South High and
Yamaha electronic dry Low
Phone 9111.5606"rhK ) TeerrwllYegarReal
\ pets please. Living Room or Den 3 Bath concrete block home down Cecelia
------- stage encellent payment E..y
organ monthly
Furniture! electric stovet with 9.04 acres In city limits.. terms.
WILL BABY SIT for any refrigerator. Phone 7823971. condition cover Included A rare find at a reasonable { .
wchid I1.20O negotiable Call 964- LR, DR Lg. FamD REAL ESTATE
in my humtlchg. -. !N;44 h2I. 2 BEDROOM HOUSE: ..l.awtey._Itpd 10/4 C 5673Item 4, tlpd price. Call Mr. Brannen 9646449 CALL "The Land Man- Room Fireplace on 20 acres Facts On
Mr. llaien 813-646-
with barn
Partly furnished. 311 :N. Anytime Graham arc
--.----. -- (Church St.: Inquire at 1013lIull..r I'lCS( 2 months old. $23 to S.t'CTlO:: 6729. Ztchg 10/7-10/14 Terms.. Ownership of the home is a grand American

". LID: each. Phone 468 1763. -- -- --- RALPH BRYAN - 64 percent of the houses.
Road. !ltpd! !_ IjO/LL: Construction Equipment; tradition and over

___.WANTEDTTKN ___ Itpd!. 10/11' ._ __.______ 1o.turd.y.oo.onmber: 20th. FOR SALE: Home with E Realtor saaded Hampton lot Lake beautiful apartments. condominiums etc., are owned. by the
Call for 964-8788 day or night. ready for a house.
FOR S \I.E: File boxes, consignment info. Income. .4 BR house on 3 persons living there.
\ : HUN/ ; HOMEMXKKIts : guides and card. HA. 90) STRAWBERRY: :NK: II.. Equipment: Auction with 2 rental trailer. ttf AtlOW, - However household ownership is higher among
: \dd to lour : 1'1.\'lTS00.; : .. ready to Green ('oveprlnl(", 2H.-| acre 100. S. Large mobilehomelot in this country Less than 22
Everything need lor
you House has 2200 feet well and tank the older persons
income working with dig. $20per 1.000.' Phone 793- 5977 10/7_ 2tchgJUHrtlK !! square septic: households with heads
filing a filing All for of the American
fashion. :No experience system.. 2,1,11.!:_:l..t1l! 10/1110/22. .!! : .. floor apace 1.15,000. Some - percent .
ale The r----------- owned by the
required flexible hours. at Office Shop. << !SALE: Mobile home loMT owner financing available. ] nice mobQehom. under 75 years of age are
Very with
- -- - $05 do.....Few hoe mill available hand approximately 75 percent of
4 other
high profit commission p1u.extra Phone 96I-N213. 9/9 tchg ; Well Drilling additions 1.8..... shaded lot the
benefits. Phone 111- In several ....bdivloi.( .... Ph. 46$- 1011Floriland those heads of households between the ages of 4S
MISCELLANEOUSRF.MVAL FISHING. : BOAT 13' .. 301 S. Owner financing.
1551. -- -
1711. I.pt. 10/11 tlchg. $4 their own dwellings.
fibprglass. Sure cast, Gator j 2" thru 6" - own
-- -- -- is something in which you can
tilt trailer. 3 IIP Motor Connerly Estate SR16. 2 ml. Home ownership

\ROKKKS... to tra\el with : at Madison Excellent: condition. $100. FOR SALE OR RENT: No Realty I Fast Rotary I from town beautiful brickhome,3BR,21LRLg.family take pride. Allow us to show you a new or previously

...I1.-Gray; Oirus. I {rented Street Church. October 10th 1823371fln.n/ _! ltgd!..10/14!! qualifying 197 I. 24 x 68 Drilling owned home.
drh t... preferred. Xulart through October 17lh at 7:31): mobile. home 3 BR, 2 bath 10 ..... 211 percent I Equipment room and kitchen central air -

plu. mum and board p.m. It...v. Charles Swartl private lot 4 miles. "south of down: Bal. monthly STATE LICENSED heat. Paved drive -

lurni.hood.pply Mr. Slurry' invited Starke oil 301, $1.00O downor - -
preaching.ou are FOR SALE S and 710acres - ; Best buy in town. The ultimate 2200 sq. ft. all
at fairground at stark on to attend. 10/7 2 tchg!.fI/!I rent $195 month. Call 20 A. with 3 houses and Bedrooms. two
10O. Tall LR DR Kitchen 4
on Highway New blk. home In town 3BR. large rooms -
OlMMIKK :211th O\1.i. Gainesville 3751120.
tfchg SR 100.
llpd Ill/It LOSE: EIGHT: with 964.76354teh.: _: !! 9/30.21. : frontage- on- I Pumps 2B. LR. 1:1"&A.I.rp garage tile baths. Brick fully carpeted CH&A. Paved
--- -- -----
Grapefruit diet plan with :3 BR Frame In 'Ity 1.2 A. I I luiet area, corner lot. driveway. 1 acre. only 2 years old out of city.
Diada Reduce fluid. 10 x 29 PATIO ("0\ ER: LAM) FOR S11.E51NFIt : - -
1'ltllI'ltUIt"I'n: excess" : Lot I limits PRICE REDUCED!
with rluidex. Installed J1WIH). uninstalledJIKMKI. New & Used I 2 story frame house In town
\ These --- -
Woman IH-31. - -
ages (/ : !SF.LI.IM: ; i.or in
available door Mobile IlianeService. one of the older one. with
Contact Reserve Lota fsalesPartsServieeEZ
Major beautiful quiet woodedarea. on county.
Melton at Ml I 14111| ." Mitchell Ilrul(". Itpd! 10/11 I :3V:2-9767.. Uchg. plenty of living area.
alter > Han septic tank well. - Large. well constructed block building with one
pm Itchg HI/1 IllIWANIEI -- -- -- --.- -- __ electric pump boating and \\ e need listings on j TermsPlumbing j Several -commercial- lots 01 acre zoned commercial on Rd. 16 W. Perfectly

CI.I\IROI.-S IMHKCr I : lilt SALE:: Mobile Home. Parts fishing. Phone. 1732167.( 1 acreage and farm land. '101. located for a launderette or some other business.

; : ): Farm & Cosmetics Division. and supplies. OI.IVS: MOBILE: tchg Ki/ll_ __ ____ - - -- -
construction marh-rquip-ve- I.( LIEN: needs sales persons HOME !>o1....<;. Hwv. Ill) M.staike Owner needs to sell 2 BR abe Butler 3BR. brick
hides. Let us sell your to train for consultant.) 9B4-5BW. Irchg. house and ('.B. House at (IBR BlockS & a Brick in city limits mid JO'S with 3 BR 1 B,
surplus for you. Open territory 1 good commission. -- ------- ::112o.: Ihompson St. on - Central Heat plus AC on a large corner lot. Low
Monday thru Saturday H.10:: l'hun.1t11-51illi.! 111,7 2t:! pd ----------. ISO') lot; owner will holdmortl.ge. j New Installation j down payment.
FloridaFquipment For Sale: Coastal Bermuda acres frame house and barn
to Northeast lOll/ .
MOBILE HOMK-Cle.n.<< 3 -- -
hav. $1.50 bale. 46H-19K5 N.W. ol Starke.
suction l'S-17. bedroom 1 1.2 Bath LR & - Remodeling Once in a while a real fine home comes on the
North: Green Cove Spring, .5I CALLING: To buy or sear /fchg-! ___ ____ Kitchen Furnished nicely, :20) V with 2 houses, and I- - -
1.m.'all 7'\.2'';' 2M4-5S77. tlrhg or : mile Road frontage on !SR
lAm"" (Clyatt ".0.110.. :23)!! ), lade.. For Sale: Liquid chicken 10/21 Phone 964-6H61. 10/7 3tpd lUll K: of Starke. Repairs t asonablv priced just oil dreamed of Brick. 3 BR 2' > B, CH& A,

W\Mr.l; .: Lard relrlgvratom I'k v. Florida tlrhg.l'.NS fertilizer tlO/ton. 6 tons to -
wanner.. and stove in .. -- -- -- the truck. Delivered. and 31 A. near Keystone with DurranceIpUMPS I - laundry room office. double garage fully equipped

good condition Call Ilahmrrs <; : .'\VLE-22's.25'B. spread for you. V> .A. 4 BEDROOMS: 2 Bath, rir lot on "SR 11111. Very nice large frame house kitchen with the finest, equipment swimming pool.

Oittruunt. 9ti 1-7923.:!: tfn1111 & 3S's sold at Dahmer's Prevail. 468-1985! Hampton.Fkrjifchg living room dining room - & >n corner lot In town 3BR. 2itths paved driveway.
--- --. .. --- Discount, tlchg !! ________ kitchen family room with. New 2 story house almost C/H&A large garage. -- -

s \ ro\KNim:: fireplace, central he.t 1.lr. complete with I acre land. I COMPANY - Are you a "do-it-yourselfer?" The Floyd Green

lit \1' NOW. Christmas SOFA & CHAIR SKTS-: on FOR SALE: Deluxe HIU57HI_ tfchg1H7I Iet us gi\e you the tacts. I 15.20 acre tracts high land home at 601 Call & Orange could be restored and bea

".1... Car \ telephone sale at Dahmer'i Discount.Ifchg Aluminum I IMS) aboveground - II I 864 N Temple Ave. tin paved road Graham Area show place.
swimming pool (12115 MOBILE" : HOME: Term
fall Farms Johns. Pearl Aiutrvwi, Assac.VERMKROIIOM - -
!MI5IH.1Itchg nrrea.arl. 9/23-10/11/ ,x 21 and 15 x 33 complete. with :3 ton 'air conditioner.Like !116 .77J9: I Starke t tI - Wow I Well built CB large home with 3 BR 2 tile
year old repossessed. new. ( .11 anytime 911 I. Large frame house 3BR
\151E: KR1\O I : : on baths LR DR Florida room some Paneling''
!Sacrifice 1/2 Call I ,
W XI CUESfrom: SI 1.95 price. 6167. Upd! 1II/M' Reg. Broker" 964-7061 corner lot in city very
FOR RENT Dahmer's Discount tfchg upat collect. 904-398-5874. tfchg H64-547B 9R4-77H( "-.J reasonable priced close to Central Heat (ducted for air), 2 car carport utility
with brick Bar B Oue grill paved
room patio -
---- ---- --- --- shopping area.
H KMsHrl 111I1....: :2hrdruom. driveway on two beautiful lots convenient to
FOR SALE: Swimming poolsecriliee frame House, on HO x 333'I..t - -
l.arKe shatH tard. AUTOMOBILES USED leading manufacturer near Starke ..I.... Phone. 1-3-6 acre homesltea 4 mile.V.W'of everything. The price is right!
I'h..nlhl\ 72JH:!:! after 5 I'.M. .
and distributor has aluminum Ztchg \ SlarkeFrame :- - -
46H-13H7. 10/14JO/21.! !
llpd IllItMOI1II ------------ Mimosa Manor
rectangular pools left over from MOBILE HOME - -
FOIL S\LE: 197S Pontiae 1975\ season. 112 price guaranteed HOISE: AM FlRMfl; house In town. 2
Cecelia/ T. Terwillegar/ Realtor/
) l.: IIOMf 12' wide.air Mobile Home Park
Catalina 2 Door. Hard installation and
Top terms FOR !SALE: ('onl... b.droom"IR.: Kh.. FR.
..conditioned shady Int. Small Equity. take. up payments. 'all collect Jacksonville data or Kutalea.: Phone !961-87911. PARK'WtlliltuBnulfHnl AMccllacaToUv.. very reasonable. 206 West Madison Avenue. Slarke. Florida
1.11 \tKM; H02M: \ after .S p.m. Call alter S 964Shia evenings '.1-3'aOJ.> ; (/: trrhg.C .
p.m. -tlchg 111/11 - -
illchK HI/11 ; .
!. !. tlpd_- __ .. ---- .. ft" ; w SR 16 East: : :.1 BR. Brick-

wiixovs iiorsE: OF HOt'SK 3 Bedroom 2- SquareOrT.innroum large Iota house, 1 1.2 Bath. ::: OFFICE PHONE 964-7776*
MH HrNKI: II I IK: HUUMS I OK SVI.K75: legs9taUnn ii
1 \All t MS: Many brands ofnew Balh. Central Heat and Air Yard CareGarbage 1I.h.n/.ami" Room ::! HOME PHONE 964-5145
\otallt* furnished.,. 1''rnpl.1..1. Wagon.f.. radio vacuums. I'sed. machinesavailable. For Hale by owner. Phone $30 Per Month tans Living Room.GEORGE .

I. HII temple h.. auto Iran., power steering;, Expert Repairs. all !16 1.5Ii67. 10/7 2tpd 111/14 All City Conveniences. 1\101 Boxes
Slarke. :2lpd Ill/I 1-10/21 bucket. ......t.. I7.IIINI' miles, mak.... Parts. and accessories; for Fire Police Protection Water : ROBERTS: .

excellent rondo Phone )ul>lHL'til all ,"."urnN. Built-in central! BRICK HOME: with three City Gas\\\Prand "Sewer (".ntral..e Plant Reg. Real EstateBroker
II II Ms |II| Hl II MOIlll.r: I after H p.m. Uehlf vacuum cleaning st .ens.. MMMV bedroom, unfurnished.. In 4rbagelidcup Phone 964 7H2A:.!

IIOMKir: conditioned.No IIHh .\ve..(Iminesville. 376- .Pinebreeie "Subdivision Jo-Lu Motel Ample Parking

children. I mile downllexenl 7110. tlchg. I IKm Phone 964-7167. $140. Itchg Improved"Street

ltd. on 1 left. I'honv. MOTORCYCLES --.- ---. --- 10/14 964-881 TI'/ .]..,trir !Service toaWAmperea L.K.Edwards: III & Assoc.Branch .
Mti I 1711I.;:! > Office
111/1 I
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'II m) (('\n..:'9 SALE:: 38 Snub nose handgun Metered IOu BOOTSAt 206 S. \\.I.r SI. m

11t\1I.1t I Hilt IUM si /. I\J Or SfMthK:: \our $:>>. 22 hand gun. $2435. 25 Slarke. Fla. 32091)

(.rilfis Loop. Call after( 5 .0Ih.ori..I..Uluk! lN..kr. I'hiine automatic irunsItahmers LTJ -MnvelnBonuKrKKK Your Price .RtALtO"I'nusual

pm.itilHn.K./.l.ee! ; | : llpdIllIt '",HI1llll. !' : fjist. Cal Street.llchK. Discount t.... Well : opportunity to purchase small estate with

------- w .. I Month Rent beautiful 2 story Southern Mansion, riverboal ,llehome
HerlriclloukupPHONE9M7498 \\* ulil \i.u **. %. tint id
DrillingBy and approximately I Iacre.. ill lovely grounds.
lilt XDIHItll) ; \ 11.1.\1. .' HIUI...:, Farm & REAL ESTATELike Lour turn) buiint**)* und
lilt SVI.K: I>I72 Honda3Sllre. intend it
ilml to
\KIMr.Ms I : coon siiI construction machequipvehicles. : :-t: MI Kl 2 1/2 acre farmetle with stocked fish pond. ::1 "". I B
K.: 1373.
bedroom.. modern. Open Monday thru TomHardenbrook house. Hood
lurni.h.I.II'. carpelinv. Call Hlil-h7ll. tfrhg Saturday 11:31): to 6, Consignments In ,IIMIVC our .int err location.- -

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NEWSby -
Elizabeth Terry Phone 782-3300 By BUubcth (:ivens Walter

CHURCH ACTIVITIES Mr. and Mrs. Fred Carter Delores Meng PERSONALS DELL CHAPTER 168 O.E.S. services begin with Prayer pastor Overseer I.Z. night Prayer and PUSLOFITeaching ;
Church of God: Sunday of Maxville were hosts for a Phone 468-1915 Dell Chapter 168 O.E.S. will Servfce Tuesday night at 7:30.: Montgomery, Sr. at 7:30.: Sunday
I School 10 a.m. Worship birthday party for their Happy Birthday greetings hold its regular meeting Wednesday night at 7:30: Services for Sunday, Services will begin with
Services 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. daughter. Alicia on Tuesday SCHOOL NEWS are sent to Robbin Wadsworthwho Thursday night October 14 at 8 Tarrying Service. Friday October 17 as follows: Sunday School at 9:30: ,
Prayer Meeting Wednesday night Oct. 5th. They had a celebrated her 15th p.m. in the Masonic Hallon night Bible Study. Sunday Sunday services will begin Morning Worship at 11:30: with
7:30 p.m. YPE Friday at 7:30 weiner roast cookout after Friday October 15 will be a birthday on October 12. > Brownlee Street. All Service will begin with with Sunday School at 10 a.m., Missionary Evelyn Taylor in
which she opened her gifts. Teacher Planning Day; Congratulations to Mrs. members are invited to be Sunday School at 10 a.m. Morning Worship at 11 a.m.. charge./ At 5:30: Y.P.WW with
p.m.Evergreen Baptist: Sunday They served birthday cake therefore students need not Amy Williams who receivedher present and on time. Business Morning Worship at 11 a.m. Evening Worship at 7:30.: A Sister Jimmie Thomas. in
School 10 a.m. Worship and drinks 11 persons were report to school that day. diploma on October 8 in of vital Importance.Francis Evening Worship at 6 p.m. Gospel Program will beheld charge. Tuesday al 7 p.mt
Services 11 a.m. Prayer present. The Hampton Elementary G.E.D. at the Starke Vo-Tech Chapter 146 O.E.S. featuring the Simmon Sisters. Bible Band.
Meeting Wednesday at 8 p.m. Mrs. Pierce Crews attendedan PTA held a meeting in the School. This is an especially Is sponsoring a Friend and GREATER ALLEN The public is invited.
Faith Baptist Church: Old Fashioned Home school Monday evening, commendable achievementsince Family Day Program Monday CIIAPEL A.M.E. CHURCH Weekly service will be heldas PLEASANT; GROVE AND
Radio Program over WPXE Coming at Morgan Road October 11, with the Vice Mrs. Williams earned October 18 at 7:30: at Greater Rev R.G. Heastie, pastor. follows; Monday night at !MT. MORIAII UNITED
Starke 8 a.m. Sunday. Bible Baptist Church last Sunday. President, Quinton Ford, presiding this diploma at age 59 after Allen Chapter A.M.E. Church. Service activity as follows: 7:30: p.m. Prayer Band !METHODIST: PARISH Rev
School 10 a.m. Worship James Raulerson was a preceding the business raising a family of ten All the Masonic and friendsare Tuesday night Prayer Meeting. Thursday night Willie Slitt pastor Service
Service 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. Friday overnite guest of his meeting the large assemblyof children. ." invited to attend. Sister Meeting and Class meeting. Prayer Meeting at 7:30.: activities as follows: Each
Prayer Meeting Wednesday uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. parents and friends were Mrs. Joe Riddick, Mrs. Sarah Jenkins, Worthy Sunday Services will begin Friday night Bible Study at first and second Monday night
7:30: p.m. Bible Study. Edward Broward and familyof entertained with a delightful Bonnie Baxter and Cassie Matron. with Sunday School at 9:45: 730.;: Sunday Evening at 5:30: the Young Adult Choir
Grace United Methodist: Jacksonville.Miss singing program under the Riddick enjoyed a weekend: Rev. Levy Lennon. a native p.m.. Morning Worship at 11 H.Y.P.U. rehearses. Tuesday at 7.30: the
) Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Angie Griffis of direction of Mrs. Jo Benson. trip to Lakeland. Cassie' 'of Starke and Bradford a.m. At 3 p.m. Choir Union Young/ Junior Choir rehearsal.
Worship Services 11 a.m. and Palatka was a Saturday over The assembly was informed served as Bridesmaid for her County, has served as Pastor will be held. All members are ANTIOCII BAPTIST I Wednesday night Prayer
V 7 p.m. Prayer Circle will be night guest of her grand that a public hearing is friend Debra Kusick on' 'at Mt. Zion A.M.E. Church for asked to cooperate with the CHUKDll, Rev. Dennis Meeting\ al 7:30.: Thursday
observed every Wednesday mother, Mrs. Nellie scheduled be held by the October 9. They atlended'the 'seven years and was re- activity. Strong pastor. Service night Bible Study at 7:30.
morning at 8 a.m. at the Wilkinson aunt Mrs. Daisy School Board in Starke on rehearsal dinner on Saturday appointed for the eighth yearat The Senior Choir will hold a activities as follows: Prayer Sunday services will beginw
church. Choir Practice 7 p.m. Boch, and cousins. Misses October 18 for the purpose of evening and returned home on conference. Rev. and Mrs. business meeting after Choir Meetingwill be held Thursday ith Sunday School at 10 a.m.
and United MYF at 8 p.m. at Lynn and Kelly Whaley. discussing bus schedules and Sunday. Lennon reported having experienced Union in the church. Mr. night al 7:30.: Sunday School at l.ovefeasl Service at 3 p.m.
the church on Wednesday. Mrs. Walter Martin is related bus problems.Mrs. years of pleasure James Smith president. 10 a m. will conclude servicesfor :Ml. Moriah activity as
United Methodist Women spending sometime with her !Margaret Wadsworth HAMPTON LAKE NEWS serving the congregation at All boards of the church are the day with Deacon Curtis follows: Prayer Meeting and
met at the church on TuesdayOct. son in law, and daughter was applauded for her part in Heasungs. They are looking asked to meet before the Hampton Supt. in charge. Bible Study Tuesday night.
5th. Mrs. George Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Prater petitioning for an additional Mrs. Mary Overholser forward to another successful fourth Sunday October 24. A Choir rehearsal Wednesdaynight
Roberts, Sr., presided. Mrs. and family of Jacksonville. teacher at the school. enjoyed the two-week visit of conference year.GREATER business meeting will be held mriUII OF GOD; I IN= ut 730.: Morning
Frank Coss gave the Pastor A.E. Massey !Miss Joyce Kuykendall was her sister, Mrs. Turner, of at that time to elect and CHRIST. Elder D.It. Worship Sunday at 11 a.m.
Devotional. At the meeting attended his class reunion at introduced as the new second Cincinnati Ohio who BETHLEHEM appoint officers for the new Williams pastor. Service The United Methodist! Womenwill
definite plans were made for Barwick Ga., last weekend. grade teacher. She was returned home on October 9. FREEWILL BAPTIST conference year. All membersare activities as follows: Friday meet ut 4 p m.
the Homecoming Sunday Oct. While there he brought the educated In Gainesville, While visiting they enjoyed a CHURCH Rev. Jasper asked to cooperate with
17th. Morning Message at Barwick having graduated from the trip to Cedar Key for some of Williams. Pastor. Service this activity.
Sunday Oct. 17th will be Baptist Church. Susan and University of Florida. Miss that delicious seafood and a schedule as follows: Weekly Extra Clean Cars *
HOMECOMING at the Kenny Massey children of Kuykendall lives in Gainesville ride in the surrey at St. services begin with the Tiny THE FIRST
church. Former Pastor Don Mr. and Mrs. Spud Massey, and is the sister of Mrs. Augustine. Tots meeting Monday night. OF THE LIVING AUTO :
Denton will be the speaker. All and Terri Massey, daughter Jolene Carnival Friese chairman., the PTA Tuesday night Prayer GOD, Elder S.V. Cohens, : JaJl( Gii} J0
are welcome. of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne CIIURCII NEWS Meeting. Wednesday night pastor. Weekly services begin ISM f
Highland Baptist: Sunday Massey went with him. Mrs. Ruth Riddick Senior Choir rehearsal. with SALES *
School 10 a.m. Worship Mr. and !Mrs. Bruce Boyerof informed PTA of the plans for Students out of town are: Thursday night Story Hour at night Prayer at 7:45.: Services Friday Tuesday night al -a l[(@U B LrgJ( (!
the Bradford Band to
Services 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Tampa and David Boyer of Helen Pearsall and Sheila the Church. Friday night 7:45Tarrying: Service. Sunday
Prayer Meeting Wednesday at Lynn were guests of their give concerts in Guatemalalater Haddock at Trinity Baptist Junior Choir rehearsal. services will begin al 10:30: : SPECIAL OF THE WEEK o
7:30: p.m. sister, Mrs. Fred Moore on in the season. Mrs. College on 426 S. McDuff Saturday dinners will be sold with Sunday School. Morning .
Laura Baptist Church: Wednesday afternoon. Riddick is selling, tickets for Avenue Jacksonville; Sherry from the kitchen. Worship at 11:30: with the .!! 1975 CHEV. MAUBU :'I;:
the Circus scheduled for
Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry : Williams and Denise Rahmeat The men of the church are Home Mission in charge. 6
Worship Services 11 a.m. and Nordberg of Bremerlon October 20 in Starke. She can Tennessee Temple in working every night this week p.m. Y.P.C.W. and-or D. 4 Door Extra Clean, $ J''a
7:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting Washington are spending be reached at 468-1918 and is Chattanooga, Tennessee. and next week to complete the exchange services with 2 9 9 5 m
Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. three weeks with their also selling Tupperware Brother Jerry and Regina addition to the church before Gainesville Church. Low Miles,
Smyrna Missionary Baptist parents Mr. and Mrs. Ben products to obtain funding for Chilly. Missionaries to the the conference year ends C IIII

Church: Sunday School 10 McCulley and David. Other this trip. Navajo Indians P.O. Box Sunday October 24. Every :MT. PISGMI1.: .":. 1975 CHEV 1975 V.W. :::I
a.m. Worhsip Services 11 a.m. guests for Sunday are their !Mrs. Larry Ganstine gave 1767 Bloomfield New !Mexico member is working toward a CHURCH Weekly services :Z: CAPRICE :::'
B.T.S. 5:45: p.m. Evening uncle and aunt, Mr. and !Mrs. information on the PTA 07413. successful Men's begin with Choir rehearsal RABBIT
Service 7 p.m. Prayer Ernest Grider of Starke. Halloween Carnival to be heldon program and is asked to enroll Wednesday night at 8 p.m. II Loaded "11C
Meeting Wednesday at 7:30: Mrs. Jack Harris and Mrs. the schoolgrounds on I for a successful Men's Day Sunday services will LlkEt' New
begin Extra Nice Car
October 30 from 5 until 9 I a
Pierce Crews visited Mrs. p.m. Scouting Program. with School
Sunday al 10 .
p.m.St.. Johns Missionary Fannie Bruner in Bradford p.m. Donations of pies cakes !Morning at r
Baptist Church: Rev. Willie County Hospital on Thursday.Mrs. country store items and help FREE; CAANON TRUE Worship 11 a.m. ; $4250 $2995
Fred Moore in supervising the various Newsby
Huffman Pastor Church spent CHURCH UIOD IN EBENEZER= AM:' :NEW'
School 10 a.m. each Sunday Sunday afternoon with her son attractions are needed. UNITY Elder Sampson BETHEL: ; BAPTIST a 1975 FORD 1974 AMF ;.
law and Mr. Carole Shields' sixth grade Carolyn Eaves
with Supt. Chris Hamilton. in daughter, White pastor. Weekly CHURCHES Rev. L.R.
Church Service is at 11 a.m. and Mrs. Tom Casey and class was awarded the $10 964-5812 Davis. pastor. Service !U: SUPER CAB SCAMPER III
and :3 p m. on second and family of Starke. prize for best representationof schedule follows =
parents at I this meeting. All eight Brownie Troopsare as : Servicesfor F.100 6 Cyl. Power Camper Slide On -
fourth Sundays. Prayer Bandat Major and Mrs. James SouthsideNews Kbvnezer; *
begin Tuesday Ie. Heater Stove TOilet
12 noon Mondays. Bible Dougherty and sons of LUNCH= MENU= r now meeting Isn't it Steering Auto Trans.
night at 7'30 with
wonderful to have that much Sleeps 4 Real Clean
Class and Prayer Meeting Valdosta Ga., and Mrs. Meeting. Bible
Wednesday 5:30: p.m. Choir George Breslin and Elizabeth MONDAY: :' OCTOBER IS leadership. Study :
Rehearsal 6 p.m. on of Jacksonville, were weekend Hamburger on Bun Lettuce Troop No. 370 meets Thursday" night at at 7:30.: : $3595 $1395
Friday night 7:30 business
: a
Thursdays. guests of their parents Col. Tomato, Pickle French Fries, Monday at the home of the will be held.
and Mrs. Wm. Wilson. Pear Half. Cookie and Milk. leader. Mrs. Bellie Sue by Linda Ilildebran meeting *
SCHOOL NEWS; Mr. and Mrs. Roger TUESI>A..OCTOBER 19- Denmark; Troop No. 683 invited officers to and be members are it 1974 CHEVA VAN 1973 CHEV.

The King and Queen contest Edwards of Jacksonville were Sausage links. Rice Tomato meets Wednesday at South- The Southside Elementary services will present. Sunday with C-20 .AirCond IMPALA'S *
begin -Ic
has started and the candidatesby guests of their parents. Mr. Gravy Sweet Potato Pone side School with leaders Mrs. Halloween Carnival will be
grade level are: and Mrs. Bennett WilkisonSr. Green Beans, Biscuits and Andrea Abrams and Mrs. Saturday. October 30. at Sunday School at 9:45: Sliding Door Two To Choose *
Morning Worship at 11
Milk.WEDNESDAY. Joan Harper; Troop No. 690 Westside
DeeDee Park Brownlee
Kindergarten on Saturday. on Communion will AM/FM Tape
be in Auto Trans. 8 Air
Waters. Christopher Durban; Mrs. Laura Manning of = OCTOBER meets Thursday with leaders Road. the given *
First Grade- Lou Ann Arce. Lake Wales is spending three 20 Fried Chicken Green Mrs. Dorothy Melton and Mrs. 6:30: pm. Service.NF:11' .
Russell Miscally ; Second weeks with her brother in Peas Mashed Potatoes Fruit Harriett Rowan at Southside There will be a parade : $3695 $2350 *
GracW Ann Starling. Robert law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Cake Cobbler Hot Rolls and School. All three troops are for beginning at 4 p m. forming at : KETIIEL Services
Milk. Southside scouts'. the Florida Bank parking lot. begin; with Prayer Meetingand
Third Grade Wilkerson.
Starling; Harry mPICK.UP
Daphne Williams Jeffery Mrs Robert Lee visited Tlll.RSD.OCTOBER 21 Troop No. 461 is the Law tey Everyone is invited to be a Bible Class Wednesday at g. 1972 FORD 1972 GRAND

McClellan; Fourth Grade Mrs. Bettie Adams of Salisbury Steak Rice troop meeting with Mrs. part of the parade. There will 7:30.: SundayServices will a ;.
Debra Orleman Philip Jacksonville for a short timeon Glazed Carrots Mustard Willie !Mae Randolph. TroopNo. be judges looking for the best conclude with Sunday Schoolat TORINO SPORT

Crews; Fifth Grade Teressa Wednesday.Mr. Greens Peach Half, Corn 311 meets Wednesday at costume. 9:45: : a.m. l 6 Cyl. Extra Clean Ready To Go
Felton Steve Marshall: Sixth and Mrs. John Tye Jr., Bread and Milk.FRIDAY the Methodist Church with C II
Grade Deborah Roark. and family, of Monticello OCTOBER 22 leader Mrs. Judy Dukes; The Fifth Grade classes will l'IIII.IEU'm..U'TIST
Eduard Crews. All money were weekend guests of their Tuna (Fish Salad Buttered Troop No. 127 meets be taking a trip to court next (IIIIUII.. Willie Mayberry.pastor. ; $1795 $1695
collected will be counted on parents Mr. and Mrs. JohnT Corn. Potato Chips Jello with Wednesday at Starke Ele- week. This trip will be a part with Weekly services begin .
Wednesday October 20. >e Sr. Other guests were topping. Orange Juice and mentary with leaders Mrs. of their studies about our Junior Choir rehearsal U .
Students in the 3rd and 5th their son in law and Milk. Delia Cole and Mrs. Velma Government.Mrs. :Monday night and each 1971 FORD :a::I
Monday: night at 6 m. Senior
grades are taking the State daughter Mr and Mrs. Thigpen. These are both Lawrence's Third and p II 1970 MERC WG.
Assessment Test this week. Tommy Talley and son for Starke Elementary troops. Fourth Grade class is Choir before rehearsal Saturday C TORINO 3 Seater' AIr Cond n
The tests are designed to Sunday dinner. CYSTIC FIBROSIS Troop No. 325 meets studying about France. They night the third Sunday 6 Cyl l Air Cond III
measure minimum skills that Friends of Mrs. Benney FUND= DRIVE Monday at RJE with leader cooked a delicious French Sunday services will begin :x: And AutomatIC Small v.a 7W
students should know through Wilkison III, regret to learn Mrs. Beulah Lennon and dish "Quiche Lorrain." They wilh Sunday School ut 10 a m..
their elementary school that she is a patient in St. Donations for the Cystic Troop No. 471 meets Friday are also learning to speak :Morning; Worship at II a mEvening $1095 $ ? 9500 :
experiences. Vincents Hospital Fibrosis Foundation are currently with leader Mrs. Wanda'. some French. Visitors Worship atI pm..
Jacksonville. Our prayers are being solicited in the Hatfield in Raiford. Mrs. Stephen's and :Mrs. are alayseILome.
PERSONALSMrs. = with her. Hampton area. This fund is Most of the Brownie troops Freeman's classes are
Marian Hall of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Harris of established for the purpose of have a Senior Scout workingwith cooking so they may learn to 1 iUI'S; :MIRACI.K: AMIDELIVERANCE : : KEYSTONE HEIGHTS :
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Jacksonville Beach was a State Farm and Mrs. Pierce research and assistance in the leaders. Great. read and follow directions
overnite of her Crews combating this children's lung Thank to all of better. OUTKKACII For all people of
Monday guest went to Mrs. Ruby you sponsors God -K 473-4470 & 473-4078 *
and holiness Inc .
sister, Mrs. O.J. Anders. Rickerson's of Lake Butler disease.Friends of the Harold meeting places; couldn't do Mrs. Delores Morgan Oak
Friends of O.J. Anders Saturday night and enjoyed a Waters family are especially anything without all of you. Bradford County Food Service Street Elder Singleton k Extra Clean Cars *+
regret to learn that he is a fish supper. interested in participating in Junior Troop No. 614 is Coordinator will be visitingour >
patient in Bradford County Mr. and Mrs. David the research of this disease working on the Active Citizen school this week. _-1f. rjjirw aT_ J n -
Hospital since last Sunday Stephens and Mr. and Mrs. since their daughter. Lynn, is Badge which concerns their Mrs. Winkler, Librarian
Our prayers are with him. Ricky Wolfe enjoyed a the only known person in government freedoms and will be displaying hobbies in
Mrs. Paul Norman and cookout at the home of the Bradford County having citizenship. Monday they hada the Library to honor National END OF THE YEAR
sons and her Mother :Mrs. Wolfe's brother in law and Cystic Fibrosis. Lynn has guest Mr. Bill Abrams with Hobby Month.
Purvis Brown and grandson sister Mr. and Mrs. Doc been a student at Hampton the Florida Highway Patrol
were guests of her brother and Tiswell of Hampton on Elementary School for
sister-in-law. :Mr. and Mrs. SundayMr. several years and is
Carl Prevatt on Tuesday and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs presently enrolled at the ATTENTION CITIZENS OF
afternoon. Other guests were visited :Mr. and Mrs. Dees on Hampton Christian Academy
Fred Johnson of Melbourneand :New River Sunday afternoon. She is able to live a happy and STARKEThe
their son, J.C. Prevail Mr. and !Mrs. Robert Rosierof active life due to her cheerful ,
Jr., of Gainesville.Mr. Jacksonville were Sunday outlook and the good care she
and :Mrs.' David afternoon guests of their has received from her family Starke Natural Gas Departmentwill
Stephens and daughters parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim and friends. Her mother, Mrs. -
visited Miss Elizabeth Terryon Rosier Alice (Faye Waters will be receiving be conducting a Leak Survey ..
Tuesday morning. Reggie Norman of Gulf donations for this fund
:Mrs' Joyce Kulch of Hammock and Robbie until October 24. She can be beginning October 11 1976 to October ;

Blackshear, Ga., visited Mr. Norman visited their grandparents reached at 4681168. Dolores 22, 1976. If you should smell a strong
and Mrs. Carl Prevatt on Mr. and Mrs. Carl Meng is accepting donations
Tuesday afternoon.Mrs. Prevail on Saturday. Another for the fund in the Hampton odor of gas, please phone 964.5361 or C

Walter Martin Miss guest was George Privett of Lake area and has the 964.5027 between 8:30 a.m. and 5 p.m.
Dorothy Swanbom and Mr. Ocala. They all went huntingon telephone number 4681915. i
and Mrs. Mark Newell were SaturdayMr Any other persons interestedin After 5 p.m. call 964.5400 so that we ,

Wednesday evening dinner : and Mrs. Wayne Harperand collection for this drive may may check out your complaint.Thank Handy
(guests of Mrs. Sidney Hansen. son Mrs. Pat Walker and receive literature and collection Used 12x60 I
The Newells are expecting/ son. were Sunday dinner kits from Mrs. Waters. you. Used 10x50 Mian
leave for Ecuador. S.C in the guests; of their grandparents. 2 B.R.
near future. :Mr and :Mrs Carl Prevail. .-------------- Special I
Friends of Mrs. Leonard Mr. and :Mrs. James Andersof Pam. were 2 Bedroom Front Bedroom
Sunday dinner
Norman regret to learn that Palatka were Sunday Bob Patterson. Superintendent Used
she is a patient in St. VincentsHospital dinner guests of their mother and guests Mrs.of their Earl parents Teston Mr.and 2 tchg 10-7 Starke Natural Gas Department Bath & Vt IOlin's

Jacksonville. Our Mrs. 0 J. Anders and their family. Another 24x65 I
prayers are with her. dad O.J. Anders in Bradford DeWayne Mosley guest of 1850 $3995 II
Mr. and Mrs.
Clary Terry of County Hospital during the Gainesville spent the evening 4 Br. I
Newberry visited their cousin. afternoon.Mr with them. CainesvilleLivestock
Miss Elizabeth and :Mrs
Terry on Bill Baker and I
Tuesday afternoon. daughter of Sanford. David Mr. and Mrs. Casey Dobbs 3 Bath With Air Need *
Jr. of Jacksonville 6995
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Jones Games of Starke. Mr. and their grandparents Mr.visited and Market Some Work Done I
and of
family Jacksonville Mrs. Randy llaynes and Mr. Mrs. Arlie
spent the weekend with their and Mrs. Wayne Tetston and Dobbs on Sunday
parents Mr. and Mrs. Leon afternoon. Sine prices have Increased the past few months
Wilkerson.Mr. our selling charges are lass on most cattle than Mobile HomeHwy
and Mrs. David Scott most other Mark.ts.OUR .

are the proud parents of a son. ATTENTION ADULTS MAXIMUM CHARGES ARE $5,25 EXCEPT LARGE

Mark Baptist Alan Memorial born Sept.Hospital 28th at BULLS $7.50 (Much less than 3Z plus yar- 100 Starke 964.5606 FHA Financing Available On New Homes J

Jacksonville.Mrs. dage most other markets charge) .
I. Jack Harris and Mrs. Register For 1 Singlcwidc Repos
Pierce Crews visited Harvey I CATTLE SLAUGHTER HOGS

Williams a surgical patient I Mondays Wednesdays Tuesdays For $250 Down Priced At $4995
at North Florida Regional Daytime Sewing
Hospital Gainesville on FEEDER PIGS 1st Friday each month
Reggie Norman of Gulf Vo-Tech Center We test Cattle Wednesday- o Charge
Hammock spent the weekend THE 1977 MODELS HAVE LARGE PRICE INCREASE
with his parents Mr. and Mrs. io/r-10/14 a T/CHO Have test Cattle here by 11a.m.
Truman Norman.


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