Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/04075
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 21, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:04075
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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1. I 27, in Gainesville L.M. Gaines county planning agent said!
Hearing yesterday.
Federal funds are being requested for a new county jail,a new
mental health center, and the paving of 25 miles of secondaryroads.

J rJ t The. applications are being proposed new jail, patterned
Set To Resume
made under the new Local after the new Jail in Green
:! Public Works Capital and Cove Springs, were carried to
Investment Program recently Tallahassee Wednesday b>
II Mr. Casey Mr. Anderson and Mr. Hall know which one <(
of these five Bradford High coeds will will be named 1976 Five finalists were chosen by their senior classmates. The backed by a $3.7 billion review by the Division o<
1 Homecoming Queen tonight during! the highlight of the annual entire student body voted last Thursday to select the new homecoming Teacher TalksSuspended appropriation administeredby Corrections,
Tornado Whirl. The three school administrators counted voles quern. The queen and her court will ride in the the Department of Sheriff Heddish said

and so far. the secret is well kept, the candidates say. homecoming! parade Friday afternoon and be presented at the Commerce. If approved, yesterday. %'e are now' m ;,
homecoming football game Friday night when Bradford High negotiations turned down by the school funds for the county projectswould crisis right not at the present
The girls, all seniors are l-r) Lisa :Mitchell Gina Brown takes! on tough St. Augustine. between the Bradford County board. be outright jail. but the County'
School Board and county County school adminis-
requiring no matching! funds Commission is looking to the
schoolteachers are scheduledto trators received a 17 percentpay future growth of the county,
resume at 3:30: p.m. raise over the summer, and t the subsequent increasein
the list in dollar
November 9, with a hearingby and non-Instructional Topping crime feel that \\ '
HC To Be Crowned volume is a proposed new 50- They <
Queen a special master of arguments employees an average 19 per- inmate county jail more than should act now while" funds
from both sides. cent raise. The administrative double the capacity of the from I this new program art-
raises totaled $30,000 and the "
Teacher spokesman George present facility. If approved available.
NI to $109,000.
Loper said the two sides have raises came it would be constructed on Gaines said that tiller
Also at Issue are insurance
agreed on Thomas J. King a county property just west of review of the pre-applital
contributions the board. In .
Birmingham Alabama by the new courthouse with an in Gainesville m-xl week tin
At Tornado Whirl its proposed contract offer, overstreet connectingwith formal application will, b>
attorney, to act as special ramp
Tonight the board proposed to contri-
; master in the talks which bute not more than $208.56 per the second story I state prepared office and of filed EconomicDevelopment with the
have been at impasse for over year to its sponsored insurance courtrooms for security
a month. reasons. The new building Administration
I Homecoming festivities for crowning of the homecomingqueen Christian Athletes; Karen Bradford County Sheriff's :',I King has told negotiators he program for would also include new offices by November I. After final
I Bradford High School begin and skits presented by Powell Science Club; Faye office, the color guard :':Is i reserving the entire week of teachers. The contributed figure is the for the Bradford County approval at all "kneU. to
each class Uayles, History Club; Susan student council, drill team same amount by sheriff whose the county must be prepared to
for but in new
October 21, at 7:30: p.m. with tlti\+' 9th. the session, space
board last
Future Business club and.class cars and a fire '. year. start on the within' tardays ;
Tornado Whirl. Thyme of this year's home- Massey .' sa.ld1, I lipped{ itwoulu courthouse its described. as projects .
said -
.- An annual event fot-over-20-_ txwrunu- is-4'Fro+rf'" NIIW Leaders of America; Sarah truck )'t laka.'that long to Loper retroactivity "already. inadequate"* by ..
the will also be dis-
!)ears. Whirl will feature the Through the Year 2MH( : -.Our Biggs Junior Camera Club; The floats will be appraisedby come to an agreement"I Sheriff Dolph Reddish. In order to qualify fm
Tornadoes Will Claim Janet Duncan, Senior Camera five judges in the areas of cussed with the special Other projects for which grants under this program. .1.
Victory" The theme was Club, Mim Scott, Civinettes; theme lor originality con- would hope there'll be master School board chief funding is sought include a county must have .in.
:W J m Cwn faculty committee and a prizeof America Darlene Shirely theme and spirit. Visual "There are only three outstanding said the contract will be effective also proposed for the than (6.5; percent Games stud. !
: $10 was awarded to John Future Homemakers of appeal will be judged on color issues: salary insurance on the day it's ratified courthouse grounds and some that Bradford ('ounl\11 rate.,
:j. d ., ; j Higgs for his idea e\ America; and Brenda effective use ol material and the retroactivityof by the county's 200-plus 25 miles of resurfacing on for April. :Slay will Junco ..'

,'fJ) ..... .. Jesse MooreRrjtliui Jackson, Foreign Language beauty elaborateness the contract. A second teachers Teachers have been county secondary roads. 7.7pc.orCl'I1I. and thai in.July' II
'I t:: :"'_; :Middle Principal, will be this Club. stability' aiul! mechanical session may be necessary if (See Page 161) Tentative plans for the jumped to !96
': J year's master of ceiemomes Homecoming parade will device if any Warnev either side is willing to com
.y K:: A 25 cent admission charge to start at I p m Friday at the Adkinson is the parade promise its last offer."

Whirl will help defray the intersection of Washingtonand marshal! Asked if the teachers were
.... costs of I the skits The I proceeds US 30i and will follow 301 The queen and her court ill willing to compromise their Disgruntled Parents Say
-. 1. will be divided among south to Call Street turn left also be presented Fridaynight last offer Loper said they
the four classes on Call to Thompson Street, at halftime of the homecoming were willing to negotiate
Friday, Oct. 22 Charles II. Hall, assistant turn right on Thompson, football game Thl'I further but "we have our
principal{ is in charge of the proceed to Madison west on 'lot'nadnes play the St. Augustine bottom line After that no."

Chicken and Rice Dinner overall,I homecoming festivities :Madison to Orange Street, Nellow Jackets at 8 p min He refused to say what the Bus Unsafe
BHSAII.Sports Club and said judges for the turn right on Orange south to a head.(to-head meeting of teachers' "bottom line" is, explaining Pickup Policy
adults l skits will >he Carl Clark, Washington right back to the two of the state's top.ranked that that would only .
director of special projectsand high-school. football teams: Starke is currently be revealed in talks with the
75 cents children
vocational technical the parade will consist of ranked :No. 8 and St special master Grumbling parents left the said Alvarez He stated he meeting was not di 'irdcil\
S:30 to 1:30
p.m. programs: Charles Francis, floats from each class floats Augustine :No. 7. Both have When the talks stalled Bradford County School believed the policy of the On hand were Glen :\lcxxvItiaclloid .

former principal: and :Myrna b>' the 4.II Club, FHA float, identical 60 records September 7, the school board Board public hearing Monday school board is dangerous to licpiiiv 'l M.nll !
Lou Hahn, assistant principalof camera club lloa t, the high A Homecoming dame will had offered teachers an aver night threatening to seek all children and the school Jimmy Bowen Slarke |pi>lu' >
BHS Homecoming the middle school. school and middle school he held at the now armory un IIgeI\ percent pay raise, action in the courts and board should provide safe chief and \l-l Harold <'rew",
Dance at the new Skits to be presented' are hands, and the majorettes.Also Edwards: Road 1 al ter the game which was rejected A promising revenge at next transportation Starke police dC'p'lrtnwnl.t

armory 'Football 2IHM:!," bv the fresh- f'OmI! \( p 1110 midnight 'I'lie counterproposal from the election time. !Many parents who have School board ac lion In slopdare
lOt o12p.m. man class, Brain vs. represented in the band is \D.tngeilicld tickets teachers calling for average attended all the meetings
S7.50 a person Bral\ n." sophomore class parade are Starke police. are $2.50 stag and $3 a couple. 1'J percent pay raises was The board took no action since the change in bus policy to school door pickup came
after traiwporl.il
S3,couple after hearing from parentsand expressed a
presentation, "Juniors disappointment in done in 'H7)\ l ho'' 'llw
Band is Dangerteld interested citizens on the study was
the school board's failure
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controversial school bus Transportation
provide the in-depth studv
Are There by the junior or
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pickup policy. After allowingall State Department
alternative that
class and "A proposals
Saturday Oct. 23 Documentary
Education.The .
\ that wished to speak on theissue
the class skit. they felt were promised by the
2IMII.):) senior
Dyal' Cemetery Cleaning Also featured at Whirl will the board ended the school board at the September survey 'UI1lrecommeoolod
tools public hea ring and returned to removing direr
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be four selections by the
regular session. to door pickup saying|,
7:30a.m. Parents have asked for
Bradford High School'band.one Ramon Alvarex) said after a Bradford was nnc iif.. ..nl!> two
return to door to door
pickup :
with The
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the meeting he would counties prow /
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cheerleaders will lead cheers "Jr saying they is
Gospel' Sing Tinlean
investigate with his attorneythe children to board buses where doorstep pickups ;
Westside, Park Climax of the evening will possibility of initiating a they be rather cited two l'C'iI""I" i.",,1 l :.u.i'ls.ifelv ;t
can supervised
7 pm until. be the crowning of the homecoming A'ur class action suit on behalf of than the lor tintwi lriilh* al l ,i
queen. This year's the school children against the tenths: mangoing of a mile to heavily mile pickup (policy iin.i it iii i'i'
Fish Fry contestants selected by the school board. traveled in the last lewiik' al l tin
5p m.sponsored. senior class, are. Gina 111'0\\. board lughuavsThe had 7V7i! ;: ;( sclnml in in
'The next step is to get requested
by 17 daughter of !Mr and Mrs
Bradford County Millard C Brown Starke; Y some court of law to decide" police patrol to ensure the Removing door l 10 ili>.,r ''I I

VolunteerFire Gwen; Zack 17, grand- service cut the number ut
laughter Mr and :Mrs LS buses from 33 to :2!II and I I. n

DepartmentBC Tanner/ Law toy; Linda Jones. Parents Charge ]Harrussment, Register director of Hiegeneral

Id, daughter of !Mr and Mrs. 101'IC" '''. said. a
It. H. Jones, Theressa. savings of'" $90(.owl per year in.
Hospital Mistreatment Or School Bus
Au aharyGarage Cassandra Johnson, 16 l i transportation costs will
daughter of Mr and Mrs result.
Sale'a.m.lp.m. UHIIS Johnson: Law toy, and A dozen black parents from an incident, later telling the Department iif Fdm-.il: urn
Lisa. :Mitchell, 17. daughter of Lawtey presented children she'd been "afraid." statistics show in ho I se'had| |
Corner Walnut :Mr and :Mrs, Freeman Syi Superintendent Richard The letter also said white year 75.76 buses were hil' .11!
& Madison Streets Register. Ji. Starke Jockel with a letter at children routinely reserve passenger slops. The Mhix'lU I
i Final I selection will not lx I i !Monday's school board seats on the bus for friends >ard feels Hw U-w IwnnMtl 1*
1I I Lawtey Elementary known until Whirl but the meeting. charging that their and the driver will not permit a bus stops the loss, hkvlv .it I
I Halloween entire student body voted children are being harassedand black children to sit in those will be hit. I
CarnivalS earlier on its selection for : mistreated on and around seats even in cases where the The board ck-lclcd. IMVII.1!
.m.-r p.m. queen and the other girls will county school buses and that children for whom they were from the statement: Sih.x-l:
School grounds no her court "their lives are in danger." saved do not show up. buses shall not make Nix slop

The queen( will be crownedby Mrs Jenkins also said that for students on I ipiivrdi I ruins
Ola !Mae and Marzie Jenkins black children getting off the et!
\ Sunday Oct. 24 last year's queen Gloria closer\ Ruin Iwn-U'iiilii-' a
Strickland, now a freshman at said the children are bus on route 44 are harrassedand mile .ip.ul, ) And 1".1.10'l I llw
I National' Ladies Georgia Southern College in "horrified by the careless threatened bv' white clanfn'alunii'11. 1".1,1, ,,'..

1 Auxiliary Day Statesboro, Georgia driving" of the driver on route children after disembarking 'pollC\ Register:. ...".j the I'llM'Hwimld
I I I I lla.m. The crown bearer will be number 44. who they say once Jockel told the group he had cimliitiHlo' Id i liililifiiiif

1 I Starke Church God Robert Karl Locke. a. a 3rd CarFliprSr'nli i.Truck (hi S..10I SouthMrs. stalled the bus on railroad not been aware of any such .. lair ,lo chin in nllll*
grade student at Southside tracks with a train occurrences and promised to weather in the tundra. atIho
\ Thursday. Oct. 71 Klementary; The crown will Jo Jackson of Starke was charged with careless driving Tuesday! after she turned onto approaching. The driver check into it immediately diHviolnm .>l ll.' l lass
I MYF S Presbyterian be donated by Williams l'S-301' south into the path of a tractor-trailer, The truck swerving to avoid a collision struck ;Mrs. became confused about the driver, if the bin would mil get
Youths Collect tor Jewelry of Marke Jackson's 1974 Chevrolet and flipped over on Its elite City police and fire departments sheriffs gears and could not get the CARTER PARTICIPATES: stuck or (hero \\all adequate,
UNICEF Class princesses will also be office and emergency rescue units all reported to the scene in the 2 p.m Incident Mrs. Jackson bus off the tracks for several IN: NORTH SEA PROJECT; turn around onto.

7."pm. presented at Whirl. They are reportedly suffered a neck Injury although she left the accident scene under her own power. John minutes, say the women.
Rabin Schweda and Myra William Bryant of Jacksonville, driver of the(ruck. escaped! without injury. Navy Fire Control Technician After returning tn regular

Iht (Communityfttutr llankerson, freshman class; They further charged that Seaman Apprentice session the b.alrd l |passed l
Jenecia Bright and Marlene Vandal* Again Hit High i School( ------------------- older children regularly comeon William n. Carter recently unanimously nil HM ", 'h..1

Link \Dawson sophomore class Vandals hit Bradford High Starke police chief Jimmy amount: of money taken he the bus and harrass participated In exercise board rule*. imliNlini tln

Accounts Now Insured Up Cathy Futch and Denise Dell School on two successive Bowen said entry was made said smaller children with no efforton "Bonded Item" in the North transportation rule, wild
class nights last weekend resulting through a window sometime Three windows: were broken the driver's part to stop It. Sea minor addllioiw sal! ilrk-tuatx
To $40000 by Club sweethearts are in some $350 in damage and Saturday night The school's Sunday night but apparently !Marzie Jenkins said the driver Carter. IH. is the son of Mr as discutmil. In quick| ."...L'r.
Federal Deposit" Insurance Corp Sandra DeSue Fellowship of some missing money safe was entered and a small no other damage was done,' once fled the bus during such and Mrs William K: Carter. the meeting. wax

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Cheryl Repeat Robinson Vows October And Tommy 8 Wise : Jt f71te J ;; !

Cheryl 'L'M Robinson of &hi0
Society 64.
Starke, daughter ofIrs.: Illooly _
\'oncille Bessinger of f --
Columbia. S.C.. and Thomas "
Silas Wise of Starke son of 1Yn Woman's Club sr B.C.H. Auxiliary JuniorWoman's Club Planning ,
:\Ir and :\Irs. Ralph Wise of --:
Lawte\ were united In Has AudioVisual To Hold Garage Haunted House Event
marriage October 8 at 7:30: ,
p.m. in the Duck Pond Baptist N Qlfar Sale Members of the Junior Ginger Brown and ClariceStevens. '"
Church at aay.HIIt.-wtttt-\k.: ... Program Saturday Woman's Club are busy .

Leroy Delriple performing the 'llelpinr Johnny Read" making costumes for their The club held a cookout ..... I
nuptials.The The Bradford County horrifying haunted house Saturday for all members and r
the theme used !
was byI rs. .
altar was highlighted Rocena Hospital Auxiliary will hold a event to be held at the Starke their huSbands at the home of'':
with t0 standing baskets of Coordinator of Santaglnl the Title 1 garage sale Saturday, Elementary School Halloween :\Ir. and :\Irs Jerry Wilson n K
white gladioli and daisies October 23 from 9 a.m. to 1p.m. '.
r carnival on October 30. Special guests were their .
for the
Program Bradford
blue carnations and pink Fuji at the corner of S. Walnut
County School as she The haunted house will be In district director Kay Fisher
pompoms against a ti.....; presented audio visual and Madison streets. the Boy Scout building next to and her husband. Guy. from
an -
background of arch and tree ...j,. .. The sale will feature the tennis courts at the Pratt :\Iandarin.
the Woman's
to Club
candelabras with burning '.. program Christmas Items, homemade Street playground A meeting of the executive
of Starke Wednesda\ of last
tapers, rf' baked goods, candies handmade At the October II meeting board will be held :Monday.Nov. ,
week at the luncheon
Mr and :\Irs. Jimmy Scott $\.; meeting. 1 Christmas gifts novelty the club voted seven new : I, at the home of.Shar
and Ed Frampton pianist and ? items, plants, pottery and
school members Into the club: H\'res. 313 SL Clair street at
soloist. 1 .t, A,., Every elementar In
presented a
of nuptial music program 1\.\ ". ..... the county qualifies for this jclothing.The money from the Sale Sharon H 'res. Andrea 7:30: p.m.
,. } .1I Abrams Kitten lIenn' Ann
program according to Mrs.Santagini.
Terry Gaines served as best under the chairmanship of
man and ushers were Donny ( She explained that llrs.lac! Baldwin, will be Reskie, Connie O'Neal: :MAKING: ; BOUND: ;
Wise and BIll \\ise. the Bradford County Special used for their many worth- BUTTONHOLESExtension : ;
:Miss Susan Kitchens Reading Program Is designed while projects. The annual Shrine charity! Home Economics
attended as maid of honor ', to assist students in grades I, 2 Colleen Agent Becky Giebeig. will
Nichols dance was held Saturday
.. : \ and 3 who are having reading present free short
She wore a blue rose print night at the Woman's Club of
Sandra Edwards
dress a ith i f lowing i collar a problems. According to a Mitch Brannen Starke with Johnny Jelinek's demonstrations on how to
evaluation, this
matching blue hat She music make "Bound Buttonholes" at
band for
carried a nosegay of blue r 1 program Is having quite: an Eddie HazenJr. providing 12:13: p.m. and 3:30: p.m.
white and pink fUJI pompoms \ Impact on the reading Wedding Dec. 4 dancing. Frida,', October 22. in the
:\Iargaret Wise and Vicki progress of elementary ToWed Nov.6 Kevin Crawford of Ocala fabric department of the
Gaines attended as bridal \ students. Announcement Is made of spent the weekend with his Starke T G S: \' Store
ilttendants They wore pink ,- >' Students are tested to the engagement of Miss grandmother, Mrs! WH, Everyone Is Invited to
print dresses with flowing c ..a-... determine in what areas they Colleen Nichols, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl T. Hart attend.
collars and pInk hats. They are having problems. the late Mrs. Myrtice Nichols Edwards of Brooker .
carried nosegays of blue 1 st1"ei r3w,_ Schedules are arranged where to Mitch Brannen son of Mr. announce the approaching

n hrte and pink lull po mpoms. ___ :\Ir.. and...... :\Irs.. Tommy SSisewiih the student leaves his classroom and l\lrs. Jack Brannen, of marriage of their daughter We Will Be
Jennifer Wheeler served as .. the Special Reading Lake Butler, Sandra Elaine to Jack ..
Room for a period each day. Nichols Is 1973 Edward Hazen Jr. son of Mr
'flower girl and Randy daisies and fern. Karin graduates She works as Miss a
hl'elerIas ring-bearer Crawford presided' the cashier \\'inn-Dlxie.. He Is There special reading graduate of Bradford High and Mrs J.E. Ilazen Sr of CLOSED
teachers and aids,
help him
The bride given in punch table. employed in the Parts School and Is presently a Starke.
by SS Illiam \'. Lunn with his Individual problems. teacher's aide at Starke The wedding will be an
marriage :\Ir. and :\Irs. Wise are both Department at Bald\\ Sat Oct 23
1\ore a w hate Ahne gown Si ith Bradford High School Che\'rolet-OJds. This is an added program to Elementary: School. event of November 6 at 7:30: ,
a flower panel. Her short 'ell the regular classroom :\Ir. Brannen graduated p.m In the Brooker Baptist SANNti
III illusion! was secured ba Delta Celebrates reading. Yes. Johnny is from Union County High Church thru Tues., Oct, 26
110\1 ered headpiece. She Alpha Kappa getting help with Heading in School in 1970 and is manager All friends and relatives are
earned a cascade bouquet of Bradford County. of Shadd Shell Service Station invited to attend.
white IUJi mums daisIes and Founder's Day Mrs. VJ. Spengler, in Lake Butler. !\Ir. Hazen Is employed at For A Buying Trip
bab\ s breath centered with a president presided over the The wedding will take place Pine Air Farms. Miss
white orchid Eddie Joyce Sexton Charter members present business meeting which Saturday December 4 at 8 Edwards Is employed as a
A reception was held in the presented a program on were: Ernestine Register, followed the luncheon and p m. at the First Baptist nurse at the Lake Butler
Clay lull CIic Center. June Founder's Day at the Alpha :Martha Wheeler Laurie program. The following new Church In Starke with a Reception and Medical Plan To Visit Us
Brown greeted( the !guests! at Delta Kappa meeting :\luJlins, Madge Middleton, members were voted into the reception following in the Center.
the door and )Irs, Bill Wise :Monday, October 11, at the Ernestine McRae, Ruth club: llrs.Iorris: iVdliams church Fellowship Hall.
kept the guest book. Episcopal Parish House. Frazier and Willie Mae !Mrs Curtis Edwards, Mrs All friends and relatives are When We Return
The brlde's table1 as President Gladys Thomas Denton. Richard Jockel Mrs. D. invited to attend.J.P.OESE Eastern Star
centered ith a three tiered presided over the meeting. Refreshments were' served Hlldreath.Irs.: Bobby Allen, FOR A STOREWIDE SALE
ueddmgcake balanced hhlO Evelyn Sinclair gave a by :Marilyn Vellenga, Evelyn :Mrs SV'illiam Stevens and
the branch oliver! candelabra devotional in honor of the -Smclalr and Lucille Payne.Dr. l\lrs. Wayne Douglas.It : ; BL'NKAEMBROIDERY Supper Oct. 23
\1 Itn epergnettes holding blue founders of Alpha Delta was announced that : CLASS

uhateand pink daisies and fUJi Kappa. and :\Irs. H G. Bollinger new practice musical is in progress"Hello for Dolly"the Starke chapter :>;0. 22.. The
Karen Jackson Charter members of the Needle
:\1153 Magic
mums spent Wednesday to Sunday in \\hich w ill be presented on two Registrations are still being Order of the Eastern Star, willha'e
the cake Alpha chapter of
Asheville, :>;.C. visiting their weekends in January taken for Japanese a covered dish supper,
The punch table held two Alpha Delta Kappa were son-in-law and daughter, !\Ir embroidery (Bunka) classes Saturday. October 23 at 7 p m. 1517BessentRoad J
ervstal punch howls encircled presented a lovely carnation.
and :\Irs. Jim Hall All
Baley. on Wednesday nights from 7 to in the Masonic
Mrs Charles Tatum of 9:30: p.m at the Bradford Masons and their families are Starke, Florida
Boynton Beach is visiting County Vo Tech School. invited to attend.
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Mrs. Ella Moody. last week and Mr, and Mrs.
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Mr and Mrs George B. Jacksonville on Sunday,
Flynn, Jr. spent the weekend
with their son, Reggie Flynn Mrs Ira Wells of Gulf
at Sanford University, Breeze is visiting her parents,
y Birmingham, Ala Mr. and Mrs. Barney McRae.
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t Mr.and Mrs. S.W. Hamilton the weekend.
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# and Winder, Ga. Thursday to Local admittances to
\ Sunday andalso picked up Mr. Bradford County Hospital this
Hamilton'smother, Mrs.W.L, week include: Frank
Hamilton of Madison Heights, Strickland, Miss Juanita
Va at the home of Mr, and Jackson, Mrs. Cecella SALEIf
Mrs Maude Munds in Aiken, Terwillegar Mrs Nina
S.C. and brought her back to Sanders, Mrs. Leona
4SL I 1 1Ii Starke for several weeks visit Mathews, Gary Winters, Mrs.
with the family.Mr. Katie Griffis, George Prevail,

and !Mrs A. Russell Bobby Bertie Baldree Myers of and Starke Mrs, You Are Looking For A Good Clean Dependable .

Norman toured through the Carson Griffis of Lawtey,
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Florida State football game Robbie and David Underill
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Jacksonville and !Mrs LA Mrs J.H. Moncrief.
Mrs. Lucille Payne chats with Tom Williams about his school Weekly of Ocala were
day Monday at Southslde Elementary as she saw students off weekend guest of Mrs. E.W Roberts, Sr.
!Mrs George _
after the school. Named the 1976 Business and Professional Womanof I Hayes( and Mrs Lu Struth had as 1974 Olds Cutlass "S" Coupe __
the Year Mrs.Payne has been a teacher and administrator In weekend guests, !Mrs Charles
Bradford school system for 26 years. She Is presently Mr. and Mrs Mack Tatum Mrs. Melvin Weaver .
assigned as principal at Southslde Bucket Seats Console Power Steering Power
Williams had as visitors Miss Mrs Patsy Weeks arid !Mrs
Patty Williams of FSU on Myron Knouth of Boynton
Lucille Payne HonoredAs Friday and Saturday, Mack L. Beach, Miss Melanie Weaverof Brakes Air Conditioning Runs Great And Will Go Anywhere

Williams, Jr. of Des Moines Tallahassee, Mr. and Mrs.
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Williams of Titusville on Plant City, Mrs. Bobby Case

Mrs. Lucille C. Payne will October) 17-23, 1976, the Starke Thursday and Friday. and family and !Martha Struth
Club has selected a woman in of Lake City and Miss. Nancy
be honored
"Woman of thefear"
as our community who is Kelly Marie Richards Struth of Gainesville. They all _
1976 Buick _
the Starke
by Business
and Professional Women'sClub outstanding in her profession, received her degree in attended the Grace !Methodist Regal _
at a dinner Thursday in civic work and church education MS Physical Church in Lawtey

evening, October 21, at the activities. quarter Education graduates with the summer from homecoming. 2 Door Hard Top Red Paint White Landau.

Holiday Inn !Mrs born in St Florida State University. !Mr and !Mrs Olin White
Payne was Vinyl Top Power Steering Radio And Heating. 11,000 Miles Like New
spent last week at Jackson
Augustine, Florida and
In celebrating National attended schools there She !Mr and :Mrs Lloyd Griderof Tenn visiting Mr. and Mrs
Business Women's Week reteived her Bachelor of Arts St Simons Island and :Mr Floyd Boone and in Humboldt, 5495D
I Degree fromIl'rct'r! and :Mrs It.W. Douville of Tenn visiting :Mr and Mrs. NADA Retail Price 5475 Baldwin Chevy Olds Price

Youths To Collect University and her Master's Orange Park were Sunday Robert Barksdale They were
Degree in Education from the visitors of !Mr and Mrs K.IIGnder also sight seeing in Gailmhurg
ForUNICEFOct.28 University of Florida She and Nash\ilIe, Tenn and I the 19130lds98LSSedan ___
began teaching in Bradford Smoky :Mountains
:Members of the James D.
:\\11T1I'mbl'rS' md County in 1950 and has taught
!Mrs J.\1.: Vickers Mrs.
l'resbleiidiioulh will be the third, fourth and fifth Yeager chapter No. 62 of the Fully Equipped With All The Extras.
Arch :Masons. Eugene: Williams and :Mrs
collecting for (t'MCKK;; :' from 7 grades in Starke Klemontaryand : Royal Latt'y.
lo !1 p in. on. Thursday I Southslde Elementary observed 'Religious V\ II. Sheppard of Brunswick One Owner Super Sharp Car
Affirmation Sunday bv tvi-mni. October J". Schools: was appointed
City and !Mrs 11.11. Adams
attending the Sunday lurnin"en'ice
Alter making Ihi'ir rounds Elementary: Supervisor in
UK will, the I\"H\) 1 and became the Director al the First United and :Mrs T.C. llaien were 52B5D
Methodist: group Fellowship return Hall to lorlelreshmunts of Curriculum: during the 1975- :Methodist Church. Carlos Tuesday luncheon guests of NADA Retail Price 53580 Baldwin Chevy Olds Price
Johnson is presiding officer. Mrs J.E. (lardyMr
76 school >ear She is .
presently serving as Principalof : and :Mrs (Homer
Soulhside Elementary: Mr. and Mrs. Louin Redding Stearns, Mr. and :Mrs lullie 1913 Olds Delta 88 Royal Now That's
Methodist Women School. Mrs Payne has also spent the weekend in Atlanta ;Norman; and !Mrs Eldon Sapp
served on State Education: visiting Six Flags Over \'iSitl'dIrs.: Ruby Kimhrough More Like It
Jo Hold Benefit Committees and evaluation Georgia.; Stone Mountain anda in a hospital in Ocala on 4 Door Hard Top Power Steering Power
Scottish Festival .
.t tcaws..Courdinaljon of the Sunday
tchep "t-uesdoy.. Exceptional :',. Education\ the Brake ,- Radio Heater Air Conditioning Power j Soft Green Paint (New)
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': University of Florida and McRae. Jr. of Lake
Mho United Methodist. County School System has City Green Vinyl Top Almost New Radial Tires Clean'"*
;. omen will havi a benefit. been handled hv !Mrs Payne, Florida State football game visited his parentsIr.! and .
luncheon Tuesday. October 2'(; vihith has entailed much work Saturday night were Mr and and :Mrs Mi Rue. Sr. on Sunday.

:.ffom ii:30 to I Itx1: > in the with the Special Olympics Mrs. George Pierce Mr., .Blerwillegar Retail Price 52850 Baldwin Olds Price 5225D
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umbers or at the church Johns Mrs. Frank Williams, Richard St. John on their 26th( Now That's
Chairman for the BradlordCounty
(Hue Luncheon will berved Cancer Society foroe'l'ral !Mr and !Mrs Robert Green, wedding anniversary, Friday 1972 Olds Cutlass Supreme
lo ticket holders only Mr and Mrs. Jim Reddish, October 13 The St. Johns hadas More Like It
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time where needed giving and Mrs. Charlie Braswell, :Mason and daughter. Lauri of 4 Door Hard Top Power Steering Air
programs designed to help Brad Carter\ and !Mr and Mrs. Lake City
(The Misfits women in the early detectionof Russell Norman Conditioning Automatic Transmission V-8 Engine, One Owner Clean As New Inside
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; Mrs. Pearl Jordan and :Miss
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16 Marion: A: I'.isne and has visited !Mr and !Mrs Tullie

a.& Mr. and !Mrs Ricky Bennett\ and three Nancy thildren She active Marty. Becky in the wetkMr Norman. on Wednesday of last Set II). Library. 1975 Ford Ranchero Pick Up Now That's
First Church of
host to the undefeated Baptist
City League champs, TheMISflts Slarke. serving as Director of : and:Mrs Randy Walker The Bradford County Public More Like It
Saturday October 16, the seven year old Sunday and sons, Steve and Scott, of Library presents an After 22,000 One Owner Miles Power Steering
''i tot l a cookout at their home on School Department She has Tifton Ga. spent the weekend noon of Nostalgia; on !Monday,
:Brooklyn Lake. been active and held office in with :Mr and !Mrs Howard October 25, at 3:15: p m with Air Conditioning Automatic Transmission V-8 Super Nice
i Fred Wheeler and Waynettheypeprepared the Slaike NVoman's flub : the film presentation of
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food for the Kappa Gamma and the :Mrs Susie Lilhbridge of Rascals, 3 Stooges RoadRunner
Florida Administrative and W'.C Fields and
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birthday( of Steve 'ox, reliefpitcher. :Mrs lullie Norman free to all.
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BY MAE BELLE DOBBS P O..V.p.-'L- '""" <;
Phone 431-1089

Our deepest sympathy to ECKERD'Su-
the Sidney Starling family
and Mrs Marian Ash on the POR QUALITY
death of Carlos Cason who

passed morning in away Union Saturday General :8i8; : r
: ;; ;
Hospital. May God comfort
you prayer.in your sorrow is our YOUR BANKAMERICARD- S :

Friends of Bill Browning DRISTAN AT
will be happy to learn that he OR LOW
is home from Bradford County MASTER LOW '

feeling Hospital.well We again.pray he is soon COLDS SINUS CONGESTION AND HAY FEVER CHARGE PR ICE S'We

Friends of Mrs. Juanita
Harris \\ill be happy to learn ,1II' / m ore thart
C' P"ces. t tOrd ti 1/1I0/ ,
that she is home from North artd prOScr, mI'Ortiff' /

Gainesville.Mr.Florida Regional. Hospital in GENERAL ELEaRIC '''' ;: ':': ,., =::::-F;: :; ;':::;;:.:.'P'" mo/,,, 0"I /
to Ss'b/e mearts ,
and Mrs. Howard C Eckerd s drugs _aClly ollle'u /
name as y Our
Register and family of Lake 9 3 SUPER PRO can trust'o' r qUallly artd
City were Sunday luncheon I"u
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earl 6 BLOW DRYING FOR MED '
Dobbs. II.\ICTZ
Mrs. Willene Greene of 26
Jacksonville visited her 1 200 WATTFIVEATTACHMENTSO CATS PUPPIES & I 2 In 1
mother Mrs. Mary Freeman I COLLRfHOR DOGS ARE YOU'' RMD't FOR

Sunday. ._ S.'AS'''LL. (.! TRICK or TREAT?
Friends of Mrs. Mary
Freeman will regret to learn ....::;" e.' WELCH'S
that she fell in her home -== ..;. J-:>:' \ f-.
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Friday night and broke a rib. NICE'n EASY 1 -, ;
again.We pray she is soon well CANDY CORN GRAPE

Friends of Harvey Williams THE SHAMPOO-IN HARTZ 2 IN 1 REG 79
will be happy to learn that he JELLY
is home from North Florida
Regional Hospital in HAIR COLOR TICK & FLEA
Gainesville. 99 49
Michael Dobbs was a E I
business visitor in Lake City 39 "FEELIN' FINE" COLLAR
Tuesday and Wednesday
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Griffis SHADES BODY MASSAGER. DOG COLLAR .!''f .i:'? 2.33
and children and
:Mellissa and Debra Lynn TWO WITH HEAT \
Mct'ullough: enjoyed supper in TO REMOVE POP-
Orange Park (Friday night. YOUR CB
wit ha birthday supper at the 1688 HEAT AND SOOTHING IN ANOTHER
recreation room of the First MASSAGE TO RELIEVE VEHICLE OR NATURE
Baptist Church in Kaiford ACHES AND PAINS FOR SAFE
with a large group of his 24 OZ.MICRIN 11 INCH 20 INCHES KEEPINGANTITHEFT 88,
friends enjoyed the occasion B1 B1GB SCENTS
with him. Cake, drinks and SLIDE
sandwiches were enjoyed. BRACKET HERBAL WILDFLOWER
:Mr and Mrs. Gerald Griffis SAVE OVER WITH KEY OR LAVENDER
\isiled his niece :Mrs. Patricia JJl-
IV'tiT Allen in Al.u-luiii GARGLE AND 33% BODY BARS
General; Hospital in CB UNDER DASH
Gainesville Sunday afternoon. RINSE LIMIT TWO MEN'S

Crystal:Mrs. Karlagene:River and Mikell:Mr and of CHOICE OF 7 OR 10 INCH LOCK MOUNT PLAID 2

:Mrs. Handy Mikell ofUfsburg Ivi'lCRINl
spent Sunday night PLUS'j C TEFLON FRY PAN BY
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Mrs Karl liobbs. 8 9 999 MARK
:Mr and Mrs. Drew Sweat "N lOIN SHIRTS
isited Mrs Homona Sweat in SIZE SIZE PRICE SI;? 95REG
ll.ihira. Georgia the weekendDr 159 '00 OOTfON
..I..hll"li"I'11. ( Ihc<< fOUR CHOICE
t'Muwlist who preached there 2 59 2 99 OF ASSORTED
\ ival at the First Baptist PLAIDS 12's
I'luilTli in 11.11 lord. who InidIven PERMANENT
t Msiling the Kev Hugh DURABLE LONG 32 PRESS
alters left for his home in 11 OZ. LASTING PLASTIC PAMPERSTODDLERS
Jacksonville early. Thursday WITH LOCKHANDLES
l\1t'.and:Mrs. A.J. Hugger; ufKentucky GALLONPLASTIC
) / were called home MISS BRECK 388
duo lo l he serious illness of her
sister Mrs. Patricia 'ipiercei. WITH CUSTOM FIT
Allen who Is a patient in HAIR SPRAY TRASH TAPES OMIT ONE

Alachua General Hospital in 5 TYPES.LIMIT TWO REG 499lll
<;amt!'\ille.Mm. _',
Dolores Crews of Lake CAN
City spent Sunday with her t '" POLAROID
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nion General; Hospital in :
Uike Kuller.Mrs. .. LEISURE
Alzy Thomas and Mrs.Kussell :.. ;;;.. 8
of( Lake City visited l 58 ELECTRIC EYE SHIRTS
IHT" sister Mrs. Mary Jones in 9 8. ELECTRONIC
I'nion General Hospital in 199 SHUTTER SHORT SLEEVE
l-aki- Mutter ThursdayMrs. REG 25 95 WITH POCKET
: Ma/.ie Redding "ashOIl..l. VICKS-6 OZ.
. supper at her home her
Fnda> night. Some of those ALUMINUM DAY CARE
alll'lIIll11J.erl.! '. Mr and Mrs. PRELL SYLVANIAFLIP
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TIMMI and lamily. .Klzieirilfis. ?\ HOOD FLASH
( Miss Bel'kTison.. >POWER MOWER
Miss Dottie Kedding of
(iamesxilk I *. Mr and Mrs.Monroe ,: "'" YOU GET
Mallie Gnffis.; Mr and Mrs. l STEEL FIRE
...da'dddlson. :Mr and GRATE FITS ALL
Mrs. Howard Kedding and 49 J C) FLIP FLASH

sons .Freddy. and Henry Lee of MODEL II CAMERAS BRIGGS &

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liirthdav. :NUuieMrs. REG 32 88

Curmen Thornton und GYM BAG
'''Alton and ('ai,in Kirkland
and others in the singing; DELUXE 32 QUART VINYL GYM OR MURINE
group !sang; at IlillcresiKiplist TRAVEL BAG
I<< Church in Gainesville REG 3 59
Sunday dedicating their songs SCHICK '
lo Mrs. Ma/ie Kedding. the 1" 1 BCC'LIMIT ONE
|1.. lnr \>iir in lumenot" her WITH HINGED
birthday LID & SIDE 266 .


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Principal DeweMcKinnoN. > GASOLINELAWN
a widespread epidemic SPINNING REEL
of cereal. boxtop collectors : EDGER
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By Yo ung Wa.ycross:=: 11' ',""

Bradford's Big Red grid offensive machine, on the Bradford Waycrou a 24 yarder, BHS taking over 'head-on over the Gator safety ,1'f
machine rolled 35-7 over fast, blocking strength of center 11 PlrttDowni 11 on its own 37. with sheer power 'f
quick but young Ware County Jeff Jockel, tackles Lawrence 414 VardtOalntd Ruining lot On the second series Clark 'fI'

High of Waycross, Ga. beforea Budgett and Bobby Smith, 02''.".1 PC YardlOalntd-PA PI Patting MM 44 was rested while Carter and Late in the second period
packed house in Starke to guards Issac Cummings and 2 Pvmblat Loll 2 Kenny Aycox did the honors. BHS added its third TD with I'i
remain undefeated to date Walscel Hines and tight end 1-11 Punn.Av.r... 4-11.1 Carter had runs of 13, 6, 17, Clark charging for 10, 0, 10
with a 6.0 record. Steve Earnest, continually 120 Yards Panaiiiad 40 and 3 yards on the drive. and 2 yards, Carter threw the :

"We got them. I'm pleased opened big holes for the backs. Scar by Quartern Aycox rushed for 0, 12, 1, 7 halfback pass to TE Steve .
about that," said Head BUS kept Waycross confused eMs 14 1 1 1-30 yards and went the final nine Earnest for 10 yards and QB /11,
Tornado David I Purse after his with its veer option series, War 0 0 P 0-1 yards for the TD running Prevatt threw 9 yards toE 't _
team rolled up 414 yards using an inside, then outside r,S r t ,
first two times they had the J
rushing and 92 in the air for
ball in the first quarter, then
total offensive output of 506 tr
added a touchdown in each of RRADPORD
yards. Three Tornado backs The
defense held r
the final
rushed for over 100 the three quarters. They -snvc IS7s-
yards.An 4-1 (
now 4-2)) Gators to 109
had drives of 76, 68, 80, 83 and
84-yard touchdown yards on the ground and 69 in 86 yards. In several drives mi
sprint gave speedster Kenny the air, despite the fact that they had to rush for more p401J1IllUt .
Aycox the top performance of
Waycross had some of the yardage than the distance 1

they moved the ball becauseof

frequent penalities, mostly
for holding.
BUS received the opening Bradford Speedster Kenny Aycox got a step and couldn't be caught on this 84-yard touchdown
kick off and the Gators gallop against Waycross. Aycox scored twice and had a third TD called back on a clipping .
stopped the Tornadoes. But penalty He rushed for 133 yards In eight carries. ..c
the game broke open when Aycox. also the Tornado defensive safety,ended the Gators' only scoring threat with a timely
Jimmy Clark went back topunt. pass Interception In the BUS endzone.
Nobody rushed. Gator Aycox has also proven to be a sure-handed punt catcher, continuously handling punts with fair
linemen just peeled off and catches in a crowd,thus saving the Tornadoes valuableyardage.

retreated to block for the punt BHS St. !
return. AugustineTo Earnest with Carter gettingthe clipping penalty pushed them way and halfback Sammy .
BUS coaches had noticed in TD on a two yard plunge. back to their 16 yard line. Bennett did most of the
the game movies that when On the replay of the first running on the 86 yard drive. I
1 t Waycross was lined up in its Ware County High came out down Aycox burst over left Two big plays came late in the
split-40 defense, that nobody Mix State 3-A throwing in the second half tackle, got a step on the Gator drive with the regulars in the
rushed the punter. The after the teams exchanged right defensive halfback and backfield. Prevatt passed 32
coaches told Clark to delay his fumbles back and forth with simply outlegged everybodyfor yards up the middle on a post
punt so Tornado players could the Gators ending up with the his 84 yard touchdown run. pattern to Carter. On the I
get downfield to give better Football Rankings football on the Tornado 25 following play Carter leggedthe
"I knew
punt coverage. yard line. The lone Gator TD nobody would catch ball in from 30 yards out
When everybody kept going came on a 22 yard pass from him if "he ever got a step when he got around the cornerin
away from him, retreating for Tomorrow night's meeting Pahokee ((5-1)), which pickedup QB Randy Smith to Neal remarked several times Hurse after the clear.
the punt, Clark suddenly took between Bradford High and six first place votes in the Hattaway. BUS defensive the game. Scoring Summary, f
off running straight upfield.He St. Augustine will, undoubtedly recent poll, remains in second halfback was there but failedto 1) (Ml, Cartar 12 yard run IP-

made 32 yards and got a scramble the place this week, and Santa Fe jump and Hattaway caughtthe The fifth and final BHS Pravatt 1) BHS kick.- Aycox. S yard run. IP 4.
+ BUS first down at the Gator rankings of Florida's 3-A prep ((5-0)) continues its grasp on the ball over his head. touchdown came early in the' Pr...", kick. t
0r football squads. 1)) BHS Carter 1 yard run. IPPravalt -
43.Clark number three spot for 2-A fourth period, the Tornado ,
said after the game Bradford High goes into the schools. Bradford's fourth offense filled with substitutes, 4) Wara kick- Hanaway 22 yard !I
that Coach Hurse might contest here tomorrow night touchdown came suddenly but with a few veterans from QB Smith. IP a.r_, kick. 'I
chastize him for running but eighth ranked in the latest Union County and Santa Fe following the Waycross score. sprinkled in. Sophomore II BHS- Ayco, M yard run. PPravatt. I.
said he just couldn't pass up Florida Sportwriters' poll, are scheduled to meet The Tornadoes had driven for quarterback Jeffery Normanwas kick. I
the chance, that he decided while St. Augustine is ranked October 29. one first down, but a 15-yard at the helm most of the 41 SNS-Cartar, kick. 20 yard run. (PPravatt '>
4 he'd just have to take it from seventh by the same poll.

,, ,{+RdIJ the coach on that one. The Tornadoes ((6-0)) and St.

Ii' T "No sir, it was a good idea," Augustine's Yellow Jackets
Coach Hurse told his ((6-0)) held the same spots on
star 1 Pest
Faces BHS Griddersng
fullback approvingly for the roll last week, while thestate's ToughIn .
showing such initiative. 3-A rankings have been
dominated by strong Ocala ,.
"The play set up our first Forest ((5-0)), which picked up
Tornado tackle Roland Cummings downs Waycross speedster touchdown," said Hurse. If 18 of the 19 first place vote
Edwin I.astinjt'rIlh( a driving tackle dimming, in on eight there was a turning point in totals. Meeti With
tack It's3'1 credited by BUS coaches with playing the best the game, Hurse also said, the Tarpon Springs ((5-0)), St.AugustineMARK
game of his career He was named Tornado defensive linemanof unexpected run was it. second ranked in the latest

the week. Veteran quarterback poll, picked up the remaining Facing the toughest "St. Augustine has been powerful St. Augustine attack, the gap between the center :

\133: yards in 8 carries, a 16.8 speediest backs and an Jimmy Prevatt mixed his first place vote among thestate's challenge so far this season, ranked most of the year. says defensive coordinatorMike and guard. In the straight 50
average. Big fullback Jimmy experienced quarterback who attack smartly, then. He used 3-A teams. the 6-0 and eighth ranked We've just earned our Sexton. front the noseman is usually
.Clark rushed 16 times for 111 could throw the ball. big Clark, 220 pounds, up the New Smyrna Beach, ((5-0), Bradford High eleven will rating," says veteran Coach "Our defense is gonna have 230 pound senior Randy Willis.
yards, a ville Astronaut ((5-1)) and :
Running back Andrew Carter middle against middle guard back Andrew Carter who Augustine in what should catch up to their fast start." year," says.Sexton. the gap or stunt between the
Jacksonville Bolles ((6-0) hold l
rushed 15 times for 102 yards, Kenneth Cruger, tackles threw the halfback pass to prove to be a very physical "We will have to put "We're gonna have to be a guard and center the nosemanis
68 yards per carry. :Marty Russell and Roland Erie Biggs, and threw himselfto positions three through six on Class 3A football battle on the everything together, whole lot more aggressivethan usually 175 pound ,
the 3-A .
Carter scored three Cummings, and linebackers tight end Steve Earnest ranking.In BITS field tomorrow night.It offensively and defensively, we have been." The sophomore Ronnie Baker I
touchdowns on runs of 12, 2 Jimmy Clark and Lawrence Carter went over right tackle the state 2-A rankings will also be the 1976 and put our kicking game Tornado offense has been described by BHS scouts as t
and 30 yards. Aycox scored Patrick. They could not run and cut for the corner for the Union County remains in homecoming game for together in order to beat rolling up the points, pointsout "nearly, nearly as quick andBradford's
fourth this week. The
twice on runs of 9 and 84 yards wide with any success; the final 12 yards and the TD at place Bradford High. The last time them," says Hurse. Sexton, and the defense ( own) Kenneth
and had a I third TD nullified on BUS secondary of Erie Biggs, 7:39: left in the first period. Tigers ((5-1)) picked up one St. Augustine beat Bradford "Every coach I've talked to hasn't played too much. Cruger" Willie is describedas
a clipping penalty. Charlie Revel and Kenny The Tornado defense first place. vote in the recent High was back in 1971 when says the key to beating St. Problem? big and strong enough to
Friday night's I Aycox would fire up quicklyon stopped Waycross two yards polling.Wildwood Mike Hartley, now a Tornado Augustine is to stop Mr. David "We haven't really been stand up, take on a blocker
performance even before the outside run and read short of a first down on the ((5-0)), the team junior varsity coach, threw a Johnson," the Head Tornado forced to play as good a and make the tackle at the ,
which the from
movies could confirm it, was well enough to be back the 15 first Gator series. Roland toppled Tigers touchdown pass to edge BHS continued. Johnson is a 5-11 defense as we're capable of," same time. !
tabbed by Tornado coaches as times the Gators went to the Cummings and Jay Godwin the number one spot among 2- 8-7. Last year in St. Augustinethe and 205 pound running back says Coach Sexton. The Other SA men in the front
probably the tops of the put a hard rush on the A teams two weeks ago. Tornadoes won 16-14 on the who has already rushed for offense has been rolling up seven in first with
airThe remains 12
season to date. The BUS Tornadoes scored the Gator punter who got off only for the place strength of a Jimmy Prevatt 1,043 yards in six games. But points. The defense hasn't had ana rangy and strong against
votes too spot. field goal in the last two the Tornadoes can't afford to to work hard. the run; Ulyssess Williams,
minutes of the game. ignore SA quarterback Phillip "This week will be different. 170-12.who reads plays well, is

This year the two north Twine, Hurse says. Twine is This is the week we'll be quick, and fills the hole
FLORIDA PEST CONTROL WINS Florida football powers, both termed by far the best tested." quickly; Chuck Owens, 175-12.
state ranked, are rated aboutas quarterback the Tornadoeswill "St. Augustine has the best a head hunter who will hit
"::: .. "" even as two teams can be. have faced to date this offensive ball club we've anyone, and Scott Tedder, 175- ;
-===- o\0- \N ...... BUS has averaged 26 points season He is an excellent played this year," Sexton says 12, a physical specimen who
TORO-HAHN-WEED EATER"TOP -- per game, St. Augustine 27.5. passer flatly. reacts quickly.The .
-. ....: BUS has allowed 8.5 points per "Both of them are tough," Very physical is the way SA defensive secondary
Whales ere the best of all I game, SA 10 points.If says Hurse. Tornado scouts describe the has good size and speed.
animal high jumpers, often anything, the Tornadoes Key to the ballgame is current crop of Yellow Halfback Tom Ferguson, 170-
DEALER AWARD leaping more than 20 feet would have to be rated slight whether the Bradford High Jackets. When a Jacket 12, is described as a
in the air. underdogs. defense can contain the player weighs 170, Coach hardnosed ball player,

--- Sexton points out, he's liableto Halfback Dennis Campbell,
be a 5-8 fireplug, solid, low, 170-12, is said to be very
In Sales & Service
and wide. physical defensive back who
Described as quick and really unloads. Safety Sam
OLIN'SMOBILE aggressive, the SA defense Bailey 160-11, has a nose for
In Celebration Of Winning This lines up in a five man front. the football.
M Some of the time it's an even! The St. Augustine offense

Award Over Dealers In The North I1 j HOME SALESThe front with the middle guard comes right at the defense, a
I head on the center, and other very physical attack run from

Florida & South Georgia Region times the noseman lines up in the straight I-formation. SA
.f-fr 1! Oldest Mobile Home runs off tackle a lot with big
of Tiger Clash David Johnson who is quick
In Sales And Service Of All { and can break to the outside
1 Sales CenterIn when the hole is filled. Most of
Has RobertsAt
Power Equipment Johnson's long runs have

BRADFORD come on the off tackle whenhe
We're Having A COUNTY Odds. leaves his blockers and
J/lrJ cuts to the outside.
Presents Their "You never know where
SPECIAL SALE Union County High head he's going to go," says Coach
football Coach Charlie
David Hurse after watchingSA
Roberts and his family, at films.
." 6th ANNIVERSARY SALEUsed least his daughter, have a SA is expected to hit insideon

OL special interest of sorts in the isolation and then try
tomorrow night's Tiger the outside against the
Newberry- Panther contest, is
Tornadoes. Johnson a
OoffOnAnyNewTOROOrHAHNMower HandyMan but not much groundas
y runner not
strong 'easy to"bring
10x50 Used 12x60 far as the final winner is down. He has gained
1,043 yards in six games and
2 B.R.Front .
Special While Roberts and his stands head and shoulders

2 Bedroom Bedroom Tigers will be looking for the above any back the Tornadoes
Used victory which will earn the have faced this season, says
Or WEED-EATER In Stock Union another
Bath & /a: County squad the BHS scouting report.
Suwannee Conference '
Example: S1850 24x65 championship, his daughter, offensive Johnson line runs composed behind a of solid left
S3995 Carrie will be the
on oppositeside
$28896KeyElectric tackle Earthquake Anderson,
4 Br. of the field
21" TORO GRASSMASTER cheering on 240-12; left guard Chuck
the Panthers.
j \ Owens 175-12 the team
Start-Self Propelled + 3 Bath With Air Carrie Roberts is a varsity ;
leader center Davis
6995Olin's ; Wayne ,
cheerleader for the Panthersand
Reg. *3399S You Save 5098 fe Needs Some Work Done as such has a special 170-12 ; right guard Scott
Tedder, 175-12. and
interest in seeing a Panther
.victory ... tackle Bobby Herring, 195-12.
Aiding in blocking for the
Mobile Home winning Roberts helped tradition develop'the at strong SA running game is slot
back Gary Hurd, 6-3
a 190
he has
Newberry High just as
senior who is also the favorite

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GARDEN CENTER Owens, both good receivers.
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Tornadoes will
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this Twine is
'3" And '6" Home Office: Gainesville Fla. Eat 1949, Also' In: Ocala SAVE WHILE THE 1976 MODEL HOMES LAST- father against daughter. one) \runner season.and a top flight a passer.strong

Crystal River & Palatka Lake City Start** Jacksonville might ask. f Blocking back Mitch

10% Off 1st Augustine Tallahassee THE 1977 MODELS HAVE LARGE PRICE INCREASE that"She's night going!," Coach to the Roberts movies for Kilpatrick.Johnson 175-12 and,Is blocks a strong well

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pagr8 End Out For Season I

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UC Tigers Roll Past Red Devils Roberts football Union reports County Coach David"'High Charlie Powell head, contest personnel nearby. He hospital during was taken by the rescue game to a

Coach Roberts termed
in last week's game
injured Powell "a gutsy football
a. t.}' Williston, is not

14-0 For District Playoff SpotWILLISTON '. expected against for the to remainder return to of action the player the senior," and was said small that in size while as

season tight ends go, he was an excel!

Willis defender. the 'lett Hats, but cut all the r r t He Is sidelined with a lent blocker.
Union second quarter score. The Ion Kemp Powell had one touchdownpass
CountyHigh's tear in the groin
interception was sweet re hauled in the well placed passat way cross field on the sprint to muscle reception earlier this
Tigers wrapped 153 pound tight
up effort Powell, a
full stride some 10 yards the goal line in an to '
for the big Union season.
their district competition for venge r" during the
the current season and in County defensive back who I beyond the line and had a pick up blockers. He found end was injured of the Union He is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
sured themselves a playoff held his comments concerninga clear path to the goal lineWarren's plenty of key blocks and jh second quarter High Williston Ray Powell of Lake Butler.
into the end County
inter two point conversion ,
berth in post-season play witha pass /
14-0 victory over the Willis- ference call three plays priorto ended scoring for the outing at for have an his apparent uetermined score, only to 1 I
run nullified
Red Devils here last the interception, which
ton High 140.The
Friday. gave the Tiger offense the ball Tiger!; defense by the penalty way back ._ Y iB
at the Red Devil 39 yard line. dominated play for the most up field.
Quarterback Paul White
scored what turned out to be Following the interception part in last Friday's contest, Holmes had a 23 yard punt WILLIAM T. COBB M.D.
junior running back Michael limiting \\ilhstoii to just two return nullified in the fourth '' l'
the winning touchdown at just
over four and one-half Dukes, seeing action for the rushing first downs and 104 period this time on a clippingcall. ,',. ,,;w,, Y, ,
minutes into the second first time this season fol yards total offense. ANNOUNCES THE OPENING OF HIS OFFICE
lowing a pre-season injury, Uilliston's only serious While the Tiger defense held AI r
t period, racing 25 yards r '
threat late \\illiMon to just two rushing r'5 '
came in
ground out 14 yards on two scoring yt
the middle of the Red
Devil through defense for the carries through the middle of the fourth pl'riodhen they first downs, the Union County FOR THE PRACTICE OF
game- the Red Devil front line. drove deep into Tiger territory offensive machine cranked up
winning score. before the ball for a total offensive output of
White connected with Glenn Dukes, a 185 pounder, had
and over on downs at the Union 228 yards including three OPHTHALMOLOGYDISEASES
runs of four 10 yards
Kemp a defensive back County 16 passes for 72 yards. TIGER TD-Glrnn Kemp(7)) finds plenty of open field aheadas
turned tight end for the scoring sprint.up hite's 25 yard The Red Devils got the ball Fullback Sam Jackson led he sets out on a 44 yard scoring run after taking a short pass ( AND SURGERY OF THE EYE)
moment, for a 44 yard touch- the Tiger ground attack from quarterback Paul White.
Usually accurate fullback- back with a minute and a half ,
down pass mid-way throughthe Uillston went into a man-to-man coverage in the late going
kicker Sam Jackson was wide remaining in the contest on a picking up 76 'yards on 13
final quarter of play left the Tiger fumble and fought their carries. Michael Dukes, in hoping to stop the "wishbone" attack, but Union County ,
added Running back \\ilco conversion Warren and on the Tigers conversion settled attempt.for a 6-0 way down to the Union County action for the first time this countered with the quick developing pass plays. 118 SOUTH THOMPSON

a two-point lead. 13 as time ran out season, ground out 39 yards on STARKE FLORIDA
to close scoring in the contestat \\illiston lined up in an 11 Dec-post I penetration by the eight carries, all hard driving Williston tense with 31 yards was the Red Devils' fifth in six
14-0 man defensive front in an Ked Devils for the outing was crashes into the Ked Devil on eight tries, while James starts to date.
the the Tiger nine yard line. front line on quick openers, Williams added 21 yards on
effort Tiger
n. to stop potent STARKEWEDNESDAY
ue iii-.l, COwnf. -wiIon, option offense in the late Williston reached the Tiger!; and halfback \\ilco Warren another eight carries, and Scoring summary OFFICE HOURS: 964-7621
1 Rusnrs" Y+rdl 1Ib1Y Kl'ithraller picked 15 375-O4O4 GAINESVILLE
18 picked up 22 yards on six up
Po.n,YlrOr 7111fl going, helping Union Countyto nine on an yard pass playas
FnanlY.rds, II their second and final score time expired in the first half l'arries. White netted 19 yards yards on his lone carry. UC wnN.lsr" +.dr+n/NcN/1N.m'
71.2 PC PA PI (1-102 of the evening Williston. like the Tigers, on 11: carries, The win lifts the Tigers to 5- UC x.mFU yard pats trom wool BY APPOINTMENT 1O/7 CHG 1O/21

1 170 FumYlq Furor 1w.Lot 411 J \\ hite, reading the Ked was hurt b\ numerous turn- Jackie Wallace led the 1 for the season, while the loss
U.ISO Ponoll'...YUds.. .. 10 IDSSeor. Devil defense and anti- overs and a'number of costly
.by-qUAri... cipating the saftev. blitz on a |K-nalties The Red Devils LO&Y:+AOYIAInU atRONAM011LOaOT
second and 10 from the turned over the ball a total of
Un..n COUntY 0 0'0 0 0 0 1 \0 IW.lon illiston 44, sent Kemp on f footrace live times, on three fumbles Our NncMn/iu '
against the man-to-man and a pair of interceptions, T G Y th j dvtrtiutf mmhiftoiw, it not,.wNllllrw... :.
.. .
& t* mifoftittfi' { tent 1 0 4T will f tfi r
Kemp picked off a third coverage It was a quick while Union County gave the lnMM, .lhtthiM) ..hift.ii.our
down passing attempt by developing pass play, as ball up six times in the : M ..,wrMU1. or Of rM IM our ulr piHcheM Fin rArA iinilw. II, MrrnMfwnuNO w.nrynunN.aurlruwWFrtnNwl )
\\illiston quarterback Scott White back peddaled until evening. with four fumbles II it.thel ...he,
Rutland in setting up Whites Kemp gained a step on the and two interceptionsIt puichdtt.IOIr, 19 m tful y Nr nippy nIA yow
was a flag day of sorts as Lrd Y
officials made their presence

BUS JV known 23 times during the : L L l..ljJil! L'
Mistakes !
course of the! game The two family centersC: ;;

I squads combined for a total II ff s '
loss of :JV;> yards penalties, Oi CENTER Starke Fla.
In 14-OLoss To Braves with the Tigers! holding the
odgo, hat ing been called down

bv the officials 13 times in the ...--.,
I'I.TK.Bradlord IIlgh's won the praise of the Jhead evening\ fora total of 130 WA ."
junior \arsitv toolhall team loach for their "fine yards Will, Be \
took ik third straight shutout blocking against the big 'Two touchdowns r Happy Te \
apparent Tiger
kiss. here last Thursday night I'alatka South defense: Cox were called back due toxnalties BAHMAMERICARIl .. I Kilaii Y... M..MII t --
Kit NH
(ailing I 14-II(i to a capable said both Ire hmen !guards, | Both came in the ,, Inidirl. W..b I| I Irwr
!I'alatka. South J\ squad who made their tirst starts m thud period of play, the first bolo. I fw /
.\ Tornado J\ fumble inside List t Thursday s game .plaved when center Fred Clemons ..._-_." /
its, own 20 yard line set up "real good! ballgamosKichaid ; :stooped up a loose ball following
I'alatka! South's JBraves
.t a punt and raced into
first score of the evening, and :Milnor, pio-man m the \\ IllIsl on end zone
the BUS team found itself the Tornado ,1offensive, However, (demons touchdown -
trailing s-U just: minutes into alignment, also received was nullified as a Tiger
last Thursdav contest. loach Cox's praise" lor his (had i run into the W illiston deep
The Braves posted a fourth {performance in last 1 weekscontest man alter he had signaled I for -
quarter touchdown, while Cox cited :\Iilner big (ho lair catch D =_
nustakes stopped BUS drives, pass' reception in the late l'nion 'ounl\"s second .
in taking the 14-0 v ictory The going, and strong running as null it led touchdown n. also r .-
loss drops the Tornadoes to I 13in outstanding ellarts'I'he'I'urnadoll' coming in the\ third periodwas r.G _
the loss column thus farm I to have
w in- was (
a :11! i yard passing score
the season 1 traveled to nests totes liom White to split end Alfred l r
"Out own mistakes killedus \\l'
," BUS head football Coach contest The (teams, ,split a pair nullified/ Holmes score \\ 'hprovided -. -. .. -.-' .-.
Keddv Cox commented ol contests, during/ .t the Wi! ; the
evening's most
following the !Palatka South season and t'ox( was, ,anti _= ILy.R doa'
exciting fielding
loss The head J\ Tornado ipating a I tough uame Ik, Holmes open h.iulwl m Whites
noted that his squad collectedin said the match ups aitalwavs -
pass some 'ttvlvaids" beyond /
excess of t IVI; y arilto penal "real phvsical '
the line of vfmmaio out/ in
lies for the out'ing yrAr
"Thl'l'l'e. mental
mistakes," Cox said noting along
calls list of illegal proceduie CENTRAL HEAT & AIR

Ued got a drive going
(then pick up a penalty and Let us explain our energy r- +
Ixtte to punt," Cox said of the ly, is a S "11I
toll taken b.v the numerous in -
tractions which halted I the saving system % If {
Tornado drives I IIt
Coach Cox used a number of r
inexpt'iienced players in the a
contest t and noted that the
team overall, did not play an COMPLETELY f

aggiessive. ballgame
The new people hat e got lo

learn how to come hack alter _..... '
IR'Ing healen on the Iront ; INSTALLED
line" ('ox said adding "and .'
develop the pi'idc it takes to lx
a winner" '
Vve just, haven t got it all /
togrthci vet ." ('ox com
mcnted adding. "But. I'll.a I l \ 1490
thll.\u'rl' learning "Ile ,aidthl'

team is becoming tougher Toiirnnment 2000 7
and more physical with evervpi
'act. ,ice session Cox .avshis. ((2-TON SYSTEM) oy Unisonic)

,l\ chargers are pro
Uic-ssmg and making the plus any necessary
effort to become a winner
electrical/ / / work
loach ( ox noted a I lewexceptions
to the u\l'ralllIl'k rrrmms Troop i
luster poilormante Ins: l\ Y 1
squad made against !I'alalka wear
South Mi- cited! several newcomers SAVE $$ ON r loccwSGu
as having turned inaggressive \
showings, in the 1 +m

Danny Ilildfhian a Iresh, Fncuc. '
man. olleiiMve and clelensivttackle N

play tni last, Thursday BILL '/

squad game tntw in tackles td. but still Ilildt'bran lcd (the.. Corrior' now "SUPER II IIIIIIIII IIIII ) Ip Tugen ,
III .rn
lacked up II t I unassisted" E' unit i it now alto Ihl IIIIIII I II 10 SA+aI n

tackles lor the evening 'in available Demand lo
loading the t d..ten.lt'llorl, (
Ilildebran Mad an : efficiency comparisons I 1
before buy. IIIl lllll llu l
banal ball game ;and was mil yew
defensive' ,standout teach( Carrier beat them all 1P
('ox saidOffensive up to 70% depending a,
guanis I'lnllip! on the brand.
Hall and! Kandx/ homp-oii" /

Horse Show Set

Tri (County Trail (Hiders
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Performance events start PROMPTLY AND ECONOMICAL.SAWYER .
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Ihgh Point Trophies to I be

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-- L- ? lzN Kitchens Tile Undefeated In Flag Football Action :.1 j

.,; In the first half, Kitchen Tile ,
Second round city league BADCOCK FURNITURE 34, ; ,, ,
scored two touchdowns. One
flag football games played MEnCIlANTS8.
Sunday, Oct 17, again saw by Dennis Crawford and the
r I IM4 winning teams pull away to other by Charlie Green A two- Badcocks scored three ""
convincing victories on potent point extra point was made. limes in the first half. Scores
offensive showings, as Country Boys scored one were made by David SheCield, '1
Kitchens Tile and Badcocks touchdown in the first half, Ronnie Thomas, and Tom .
rolled up big scores In scored by Stewart Duncan. Hannigan. An extra point was +ar

wins.collecting the second round The Kitchens halftime Tile 14.score Country was made Walker.for two Merchants points by Steve were !4f i ,. .,"r

City flag football league Boys 6. In the third quarter, unable to score, so at the end
action continues this Sunday, Kitchens Tile scored two more oC the first half, Badcocks led
Oct. 24, at the Southside touchdowns one by Gene 20 to O. In the second half i,
Elementary School athletic Melvin and the other by Badcocks scored again. when -
field, with games beginning at Randall McGee. A two point Steve Walker made a 3 = .
l'and 3:30: p.m. extra point was made by Ken touchdown and John Watson P .
( Current league standings Carlton, making the score 28 scored a two point extra Y a
RtwMw"wfW. are: Kitchens Tile 2.0, Draw 6. Kitchens Tile scored again point The Merchants finally ,
Tite 1 0, Badcocks 1 1 in the fourth quarter with got on the score board with a .'
Country Boys 0 1 and touchdowns made by Steve touchdown by Dean Brown for
Merchants 0 2.KITCIIENS. Thomas and Randall MCGl'C. their only score. adcocks ,
.riaYYrNLi TILE 42, A two point extra point was scored again on a touchdown
COUNTRY BOYS 6.Recreation. made by Dennis CrawCord. made by Grover Howard

Cindy Griffith takes Individual honors and paces Bradford IIIgIJ'girls to a team victory with
first place finish In cross country competition here Tuesday while teammate Ruth lIazen and Department News
Ocala second Vanguard'place.BHS. Carol Andrews approach the finish line stride for stride on the way to a tie for Ts ,

Women's Tennis League by Eddie Thompkins who ran to Eddie Thompkins. The
The women played their the ball In for a touchdown on Cowboys made the last score
fourth round Tuesday, a 45 yard run. Final score, on a 45 yard run by Scott ) 7
Girls Outdistance Vanguard October 19.There results were Stealers 20 Raiders 13. Hudson but were unable to
as follows: S. Bach over D. The second game was make the extra point The Dennis Crawford of Kitchen' Tile side steps Country Boys'
Beattie 8 6, K. Costello over betweent the Dolphins and the Steelers won, 25.24. Richard Sapp to pick up additional yardage In city league flag
Fla. Deaf In Return To Win E. Cooney 8 5, F. Johnson Cowboys. The Cowboys scored The second game was football action
over P. Huggins 8.4, L. Ross first on a 38 yard run by Scott played between the Raiders
over D. Gruen 8 0., K. lIudson. The Dolphins came and the Dolphins The Raiders
Costello over S. Bach 8.0., P. lack with a touchdown by scored three times in the first BUS V olley baIlers Set '
After dropping from the 9:47, ahead 15th with a time of 11:25: and )
: finishing just of a Huggins over D. Beattie 8.0, Todd Jackson. At the end oC half. All three scores were
ranks DC the undefeated in host oC Bradford High girls. Sherrl Starling, who finished L. Ross over E. Cooney 8 4 the first half the score was 6 made by Herb Hawkins, one ..
dual meet competition on a 19BUS runners swept the fifth the mile and one-half distance and D. Gruen over B. Starnar 6. In the second half, Louie on a 45 yard run a 25 yard run For District Tourney .
36 setback toOrange Park last through 11th places in In a time of 13:09: for 26th 8 0 by a Corfeit. Current Ortez intercepted a pass to set and a two yard run, with one 1
Thursday, the Bradford High Tuesday's running with place.girl's standings: Faye Johnson 6 up a touchdown scored by extra point being made. The
cross country team Linda Richardson leading the Coach Melba Howard 0., Loretta Ross and Kandy Jackson for the Dolphins. The Dolphins could only score Bradford lligh's girls' 'orest.Lake Weir contest In .
wasted little time Tuesday in parade oC red.clad runners commented after Tuesday'sreturning Costello 6-1, Phyllis Huggins extra point was good on a pass once in the first half, with volleyball team begins it final second round action. The 1.
to the win trail, with across the finish line. Miss race she was "pleased" with and Ella Cooney 43, Sandy from Jackson to Andrew Todd Jackson making a two week oC regular season play, Tornadoes first district match
a Clrst place showing in a three Richardson turned In a 9:54: the times overall. She noted Strickland. Todd Jackson yard run for the touchdown.
Bach and Barbara Starnar 3 prior to the start of post is set for 5:30: p.m., Friday,
way meet here effort, good for fifth place. that four of her chargers had 4,Donna Gruen 2.5 and Diane scored again for the Dolphins Halftime score found the season tournament action. Nov. 5."We.
Bus girls took five of the top Merri Ormsbee was sixth with broken the 10 minute barrier Beattie 0 7.Bantam when he intercepted the ball Raiders ahead 19 6. In the Monday night in hosting hope to take a 10,3
ten spots in Tuesday's meet a time or 10:02: Lynn Pierce In Tuesday's running, and and ran 22 yards for the score. second half, the Raiders Jacksonville Bolles record into the district '
held at the Starke Golf and finished seventh at 10:05: said the entire team is running Flag Football The extra point was good on a scored two more touchdowns. Monday's contest, slated to tournament," Coach Harvey
Country Club in gaining the Frances Coltrane was eighth as a group and placing wel1. from Jackson to Blaine One was made on a pass from \
On Thursday, October 14th, pass get( underway 7 p.m., kicks off said earlier this week, .
team victory over second with a 10:16: effort, Viriginia the first In the Bantam Uyal Final score, Dolphins 20 Chuck Johnson to Clayton a three match schedule for the indicating that she is
place Ocala Vanguard and the CrwaCord turned ma 10:16: for Coach Howard said she felt game football .. Cowboys I 6.! Norman and the other on a BUS volleyball team during anticipating wins from her
Florida School for the Deaf, oC ninth place, Laura Chase was the team was better prepared league flag was from Jackson to Blaine
played between the Stealers On Tuesday October 19th pass its final week oC regular currently 7-3 squad in the final
SI. Augustine. 10th at 10:26: and Robin mentally for the meet here and the Raiders. The Stealers the first game played between Dyal. Both oC the extra points season play. The squad is three games oC the regular
BIIS finished the
meet with Schweda completed the BHS Tuesday In comparison to were on the scoreboard first the Cowboy and the Stealers were good. Time ran out and scheduled to travel to season.
a team total oC 21 points, while seven runner sweep with a team attitude going Into the with a touchdown by Johnny The Cowboys scored first on a the score was Raiders 32, Gainesville High next The Tornadoes boosted their
Vanguard posted a 43 point 10:37: for 11th in the meet against the Park .
place Orange Dolphins 20.Girl's
Brown. The extra point was pass from Scott Hudson to Wl'CInesday night and then current season record to the
total and Florida Deaf came individual standings squad last week good by Robert Carver. The Larry Saucer and again when play a return match against seven win mark against just
an with a 73 point total. Also running, but not Ruth Hazen paced the BUS
Griffith Raiders came back on a 33 Scott Hudson ran a punt back Flag Football Bolles in Jacksonville three losses on a pair oC
Cindy paced the figuring in the BUS team squad against Orange Park,
Herbert Hawkins for a 35 yard touchdown. The their first Thursday, Oct. 28. victories during the past
yard run by The girls played
BUS girl's team victory, total, in Tuesday's meet were finishing fourth with a time oC .... defeated
covering the mile and one-half for a touchdown. The extra Steelers scored on a 35 yard flag football game Friday, week having
Nancy McNeal who finished 10:39.:
course in 9:36: for a first place point was good on a pass Cram run by Emmett Watkins, with October 15th. In the first half District tournament action Buchholl and Palatka South.
finish She edged teammate Chuck Johnson to Shane the extra point good on a pass the Big Bucs scored when begins Friday, Nov. 5, in BllS knocked off Palatka
Ruth Hazen and Vanguard's Fox Hunters Meet Set Thornton, making the score 7 from Watkins to Kenny hope Jackson intercepted a Gainesville. Gainesville's South in Palatka Monday
Carol Andrews in to 7. The Raiders scored again McNeal. The Stealers scored pass and ran eight yards for a astside: High will host the night on scores oC 15-13 and 15-
individual honors taking in the first half on a touch- again on a 25 yard run by touchdown. The extra point district competition, which 8 in sweeping the first two
PANAMA CITY Some Hunters Association, sponsors will continue through in the best oC three
down by Kenny Davis. The Watkins. Halftime score was was unsuccessful. games
Miss lIazen and the Ocala 20,000 people are expected to oC the event, said a record 750 attempt Saturday. Nov. 6. series.
score at the end oC the first Stealers 13. Cowboys 12. The DIsco Ducks were unable
runner finished stride for flow into the Panama dogs have been entered far
so Bradford High volleyball The Tornado
half, showed Raiders leading The Cowboys scored on a to score in the first half. victory over
stride in a he for second place area the last week in October in the futurity The previous coach Inez Harvey reports Buchholz last .
13 7. In the second half, the seven yard run by Hudson to In the second half Jackson Thursday night
just one second off the to take part in the 83rd Annual l high for this event has been
pace first round pairings are evened the record between
Stealers scored on a 22 yard take the lead in the early part scored again on a two yard up
set by Miss GriCCith. National Fox Hunters 400 entries.Vanguard's run by Emmett Watkins. The oC the seocnd half, 18 to 13. The run. The extra point was good completed and the Tornadoes the two squads for regular
Judy Eacho Association Field Trial and extra point was good on a pass Stealers came back with two un a pass from !Melissa Eaves have drawn a bye In the season play this year.
took fourth place in the Bench Show Success is that old A B opening round. Coach Harvey Bradford High's
from Watkins to Kenny touchdowns one made on a 12 to Vaunda Brown. Final score volleyballers
individual standings in Jack Minchew, president of C: Ability, Breaks andTuesday's McNeal Again, the Stealers yard run by Watkins and the was Big Bucs 13, Disco Ducks says the BllS girls will meet had lost to the Gainesville
meet with a time oC the Northwest Florida Fox Courage. the winner of the Ocala school earlier this
scored on a pass Interception other on a pass from Watkins O. eason.

GOING DEMO R ATIC All The WayMakes .

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3:30 P:1: Fri day Oct 22. 1976
Government needs to reflect the truthfulness, openness,

the sound judgment and high moral character of the America .

people. .'. YOU'VE GOT /7/ U9E/T I

The government closest to the people must be strengthened .

and all individuals and groups can work together

toward mutual goals. :

effiCient After eight,government.American years of needs indifference a streamlined and stagnation, responsive in government and- VOTE' A n d V 0 t e D E M 0 0 R A T I 0 :.:'-i!

America needs a compassionate government, here and I- ;

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CHURCH ACTIVITIES SundayMrs. Jacksonville LAWTEY SCHOOL MENU pickle, french fries jello.
I Saturday of last Harris's mother's Mrs. Ruby milk.BETTY'S.
Church of God: Sunday Mickey Moore and week with their cousins.. Mr Rickersons of Lake Butler, (subject to change dependingon
School 10 a.m. Worship Mrs. Fred Moore shopped at and Mrs lIermie Kelly. and enjoyed the evening meal deliveries)
I Services 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Regency Square in !Miss Bille Doreen of By Elizabeth Terry Phone 782-3300 with her.
Prayer Meeting Wednesday Jacksonville and visited with Birmingham, Ala., spent the Grace United Methodist The Smith's are cousins of the MONDAY: Chicken with
7'30 YPE her daughter Mrs. Danny C'.lrch.u' noodles, peanut butter and BEAUTY -- s
p.m Friday at 7:30: week with her parents, Col. !! McCu''eys.
u> u. SCHOOL NEWS and
pm. Thompson on Thursday.We and !Mrs. William Wilson. Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson, Mrs. Mrs J.E. Mciver and jelly sandwich, peas SALON .
Evergreen Baptist Church: are happy to report that Other guests were Mrs. Tom Whaley Mrs. Daisy grand )n. Brad Rhoden, of The main item\ on behalf of carrots, one half orange, milk.
Sunday School 10 a.m. Mrs Leonard Norman is Marvin Wood and John Best of Boch and !Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Ocala) Mrs. Pat Sanders, the school this week Is the TUESDAY: Spaghetti, cole Special 200D
Halloween Carnival to be held
Worship Services 11 a.m. and improving. She is a patient in Lakeland, and (Elizabeth Boch went to the Starke Lisa and Cathy and Alan October slaw peaches, french bread, Perms For 410
7'30 p.m. Prayer Meeting St Vincent's Hospital Breslin, Jacksonville for the Nursing Hone on Saturday, Brown, of Jacksonville; Miss Saturday evening, 23, milk.
from 5 to 9 Smoked and Weeks
Driedbeans 2 Only
Jacksonville.Mr. and p.m. WEDNESDAY:
Wednesday at 8 p.m. weekend. sponsored a birthday Denise Durban, a sophomoreof
Faith Baptist Church: and Mrs. Kenneth Misses Geneva Wilkinson of party for their aunt Mrs. F.S.U. and a friend Al fried fish suppers will be and rice, tomatoes, Tues Thru Sat.
Radio Program over WPXE Barfield of Lithia Springs, Jacksonville and Shelly Blackburn They Stokes of Tallahassee spent served beginning at 5:15: p.m. applesauce, cornbread, milk.
Starke 8 a.m. Sunday. Bible Ga., are the proud parents of a Rowe, spent the weekend with served cake, ice cream and Sunday with Mrs. Wilma Cost will be $1.75 per late. THURSDAY: Chicken North On 301
School 10 a.m. Worship daughter, Leslie Lee, born their grandparents! and Coca-cola. Wainwright and attended Hot dogs and cokes will also casserole, tossed salad, fruit Call 964-7844 For Appointment
Services 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. October 10. Weight pounds 4 Mrs. B.L. Wilkison Sr., Mr !Mr.and Mrs. Ben McCulley, Home Corning at the be served. Everyone is cup biscuits, milk. I
Prayer Meeting Wednesday ounces. and !Mrs. R.W Edwards and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Brider Methodist Church. cordially Invited and there FRIDAY: Hamburger on 2 T/Chfl 10/21 10/23
7'30 p.m. Bible Study. Mr and Mrs. Jim Mr. and Mrs. Benny Wilkison and Mr. and !Mrs Jerry Mrs. Pierce Crews was a will be games for all ages. bun lettuce, tomato and r.
(.race United :Methodist: Chamberlin had a going away III spent Sunday with theilkisons. Nordberg spent the weekendat guest of Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Sunday School 9:45: a.m. cookout party for their son \\' the Ocala National Forest, Harris, a. State Farm, for .
Worship Services 11 a.m and Ronny who left for Great Donald Wilkison spent the of Ocala. Mr. and Mrs. Barry Sunday dinner. The occasionwas
7 p.m. Prayer Circle will be Lakes N.J. Ronnie is in the weekend with the Army Watts and David McCulley to help Mrs. Harris 2Doublewides ii i iTo
observed every Wednesday :Navy. Reserve in Jacksonville.Mrs. joined them there on Saturdayand celebrate her birthday
morning at 8 am. at the Mr. and Mrs. Byron Phillipsand Raymond Williamsand all enjoyed a pig roast at anniversary. Sunday eveningall
church. Choir Practice 7 p.m. baby of Starke Mrs. Bill sons of Jacksonville the Arthur Smith Camp Site. of them went to Mrs. :
and United MYF( at 8 p m. at Gaskins, Mr. and Mrs. Neal were Saturday overnight o Be Sold At Dealer Cost
the church on Wednesday. Redd and baby and their guests of her brotherinlawand
Highland Baptist! : Sunday mother Mrs. Fate Reed of sister, Mr. and Mrs. O.J. Attention Band Parents !
School 10 a.m. Worship :Macon. Ga., arrived Fridayfor Boyette and family. For ExcmiplcA .,
Services 11 a.m. and 7 p.m a visit with their mother Mr and :Mrs Robert Rapid ServiceOn
Prayer Meeting Wednesday at and grandmother Mrs. O.J. Whetsel and their son and 24x56 Which Includes Air
7'30 p.m.I.aura. Phillips. Mr and Mrs. Byron daughter-in-law. and Mrs
Baptist Church: Phillips and baby, and Mr. Steve Whetsel of Keystone Instrument Rentals Condition &
Sunday School 9:45: a.m. and Mrs. :Neal: Redd and baby, Heights, spent Sunday with x
Worship Services 11 a m. and ,returned home (hat afternoonand their brother-in-law: and $1 25o Per Month '
7'30 p.m. Prayer :Meeting Mrs (Fate Redd Mrs. Robert Lee and attendedthe Retail At $1 T AAA f
Wednesday at 7:30: p.m remained for a longer visit Home Coming at the Delivered At School Or Now r-lfVV
:'Iiorthslde Baptist: Sunday with her mother Grace United :Methodist $18,875
School 10 a.m. Worship :Miss Elizabeth Terry was a Church on Sunday You Can Pick-Up At
Services 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. :Monday dinner guest of !Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Ben McCulleyand Come See And You Will Believe i
Prayer Meeting Wednesday at and Mrs. Carl Prevail. Mr and :Mrs Jerry Mac's Music Shop t
730. Mrs Debbie Phillips of Nordberg went to dinner at
Smyrna :Missionary Baptist McClenny spent Sunday the Alahambra in John Brown'sMOBILE )
ChurchSunday: School 10 afternoon with her sister-in- Jacksonville on Thursday. 1406 McCollum Street
a m. Morning Service llam.BTS law. Mrs OJ. Phillips. Her Mrs. Charles :ISorsworthy
5:45: p.m Evening niece :Mrs. Lois Carter, also and grandson, of White Starke Florida Phone 964.7391 HOME CENTER
Service 7 p.m. Prayer visited her Sunday afternoon.Mrs. House, were guests of her
Meeting Wednesday at 7:30: : Ruby Gayno of Ocala cousin.lIss: Arthurme "Rent It By 11 A.M. Play It By 4 P.M."
visited her aunts.Irs.! Rossie
p.m. Blanchard on Sunday and 473-3775 Keystone Fla.
SI. Johns :Missionary Reddish and llrs.o'iossie( attended Home (Comma at I
Baptist Church: Sunday Rosieron Thursday
School 10 a m. The Rev Willie There will be another
Huffman Pastor. Church Turkey Shoot :November: 6, \ ;
School 10 a.m. each Sunday l' 76. l lOa m 106 p m. $1.25 per -
with Sup. Chris Hamilton. shut One mile north of .
Church service is at 11 am. LauteyonUS301, :! Barrel limit AeGAMETERS.
and 3 pm. on Second and ::10() inch :No'; 410 gauges.
fourth Sundtivs Prayer Bandat Proceeds: go to Little Leagueand
noon :Mondays. Bible Class Small Fry Association. .
and prayer meeting :Mrs Carl Pevey or Orlando I 0
Wednesday at 5:30: p m. Choir spent Saturday afternoon with :. >
Rehearsal 5 p.m. on her brother-in-law and sister. @
ThursdavsPERSONLS. :Mr and Mrs. Carl Prevatt. FA! RSUPERMARKETS thousands lose so a :

Mrs. Elsie: :Norman joined :Mr and Mrs Paul Seavers of i ii

her mother :Mrs Lissie @
Starling of Jacksonville at the i
home of her sister Mrs Edna FLORIDATHEATRE 3Ov OFF pe I OFF perry
Pounds and her four The Valuable
daughters and family of Clip

returned Kohertsdale.home Ala.on Sunday They Coupons in this Ad & I CLOROX GALLON I CHICKEN OF THE SEA 6.5oz CAN !

night Sincere sympathy of the Save Up To... I > '
Fri Sat. & Sun. \ BLEACH 491TUNA 291
community is extended to
:Mrs (.J. Phillips and her ; ;

families and Ilighnote $1 4 0 I . orr eouran UTTM I17..001 MON1000 OKDM.TOBACCO o"coupon WITH A IT to oat MOM FOOD ODM.TOMCCO
Families due to the death of \mmt..mmfmmmmmm .
mm- -- mm- imm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm- --
:Mrs Phillips's sisll'rIrs.:

Addie I Ilighnote on Thursday ... .
JOHN -" .. .;
night in the hospital at Miami
:buss!: Sarah Strickland and I WAYNE .
Bargains in Grocery -4- ALL IT1M'AND MMC 'GOOD WIO, f, NI
grandmother. Mrs C.E RIUT"
Strickland of Gainesville 'LAURENfe

visited her sister :Miss \ ,HK BACALL b

Kluabeth Terry at noon COMPARE ouo......... TOU MNI -......... TOY....
bby3 .. ..
Thursdav LO'rNa1' w"o ?I "' Wq
:Mrs] Pierce "visited THE tumttm.. i IN* NOCOUTI vwu,>ITIIWHIII b'3t EveryDayLowPrice \1)' Iced Tea $129 30
:Mrs Jack Harris in :North: SHOOTIST" 69 3D' Mix
Instant Breakfast
Florida Regional Hospital in TO ,
Gainesville, on Wednesday ..IUtU IMSUUOtl. 45" r 'CUBBY'S16.Sot Borden Cremora $129 40'
Junior Austin returned PLUS .Pantry Pride Saltines 9' : ,
rum PIIH M loiui,
home Irom Baptist Memorial MHMOFr STRWANO", "' M FUMASiMO''|*, HI $119 M04
Hospital. Jacksonville on James Coburn In Noodle Roni 39' io C / Detergent 51 5151n Iw5011
1'Ir'and Mrs (Freddie Tomato Sauce 6/M"/ sArl
Peterson and family of Vero Ever O i EveryDayLowPrkcTROPICANA"
were Friday overnight *
i 39 15>'
guests of their sistl'rIrs: MarshmallowsPftNW OR 17oz WHOLE KERNEL
Darlene :Norman: and family PtM PttfMIS fW IM '
The Little League and Small Liz Pretzel Stix 49 5'
Fry Associations sponsored a Nc; f miiui IHI CAN PUNCH YOUR 3l49oz APPLE
Turkey Shoot t Oct! !9th on US Sweet Peas 4/$1/ 11'I CHOICE
:301.one mile north of Law tey
11111 NCNorthern
Those winning one turkey 301 Napkins 39' s'
ouch follows
Ta>lor. :Marcus Griffis IWIT )?CANVienna

Marvin :Norman: T Bird. DRIVEINFri Sausage 3/$1/ Grated i Tuna 39C 8'
Ralph Bryan.oddle Cruce KHHN nut 1711 nt

William llerndon. Cruce. Douglas Eunice Macaroni & Cheese 4/M/ 116'- Peanut i" $1]33 40' 32oz
Eugene Sat Himmn oil iu CM BOX
James Waters Buddy Taylor Green Beans 3/M/ 59 FMIIT PMI 01 CM JAR
('hail's Tltmus. I Harold Harris, Black Pepper 59ID'
tart :Norman: Leon Barrie HIGH ADVENTURE!
:Mitchell :Norman Jim /
:Norman.: Diane Uault. Shirley
Harris and Harry Wilkerson 11'
Those who won two turkeys A PANTNV MIDIFRUIT PANTMV MIDE

each were Danny Waters, and LIPTON ... SPAGHETTI, \
II S. Hicks Winning three was I' SPAGHETTI *r
Buddy Griffis A total of 27 TEA BAGS MACARONI3l

turkeys were given awayandthe _ _ .wrC'V'
Turkey Shunt was well
attended : !

:Mr] andIrs David .-
HIGH? _,
Wilkerson nd son of
Jackso \ Iii! <' were weekend
(guests .ni., .' 'Ir parl'nts.lr: VELOCITYPLUS
and Mil.con \\ilkersonPvl COMPARE OUR UVIAT.. ... YOU. SITS OW LLMST TOY..*.
.a .ieA s s.AsA COMPARE
Mike') Dobbs of Camp e"iPG '0' "' "0 Bargains in I Health & Beauty Aids 'OW.O"o w.o

LeJuni :N: C spent the l..l COli''Ibl CM ..... ..... ..... ....... .
: :_/.1"w.. COMPARE -1 ,1. ,11W5wNNN' :
weekcn Mrs I:with Bill his Dobbs parents'Mrand and: Mixed Vegetables 5M3M 1 45' .. I .D..K1' wro Pork & Beans 4l/ l 16'
111'1111 W Hill fu IMIIH 1fsN111151C511,11IW|
('hri'- also his grandparents.Mr uu uim'n.i CM t 1I..DlID.,
10' 1 Ir
59 Coffee 3/M/
Boston Bonnie Donuts
and Mrs Arlie Dobbs "Funny CarSummer" Lima Beans / 35' Mugs. ..... Hot Dog Chili Sauce 4/M/ 34'
:Mrs Tom Sum met' iiu cix inim
daughters of Tampa\\haley, wee and Coffee Lightner 5/M/ 1 wipFirtBiiSSSrt'-r.I .AI. IMP. 55" '2OKIillNOIIuMIMiillfHPU

guests of her mother Mrs mil I
:Nellie Wilkinson. :Mrs Daisy 18 Dawnyflake Waffles 2/$1/ "' "Prestone Anti-Freeze $399 50' 11
Boch. and
:Misses and
Lynn Sun

until Kellyvhaley Monday from Thursday night of CRAWLING TERROR! Shoestring Potatoes 3/51/ 17' j Solid 80l0UUN-PiNUlUI

:Miss Catherine Young of utn HIM br"N I M I *( mmm 9 9 '
Lakeland was a guest of :Mr A Macaroni & / '1.80 DILL
and Mrs Hermie Kelly (Friday Cheese'I
to :Mondayhile here she
attended Home Coming at '
the Grace United Methodist
Church with the
Kellys on

IKA\I\N\TO; : :

Army Specialist Four Elijah
Deun. Jr is one of I the
thousands of American and
Allied troops who took part in ,
GermanyDean NATO Exercise Reforger 76 in '(i----------- (i-----------1' -- -"-- J CLENE SCENE

23. son of Elijah Deanof 1"1"- AW tA5 I' fI II' II SAVE GENERAL TRASHBAGS 30
Starke. took part in two .... ,

exercises separate major conducted field training in the I.11, NoippMros I I COFFEE LBDECAFFEINATEOWTTM II I VACUUM COFFEE PACKED-2 LBt.,1. M I WHEATIISi!

states: of Bavaria and (lessen. PLUS lees BOX
Germany It included :NATO CASH OP)Q/..ITOHH.'0.,OCT.:M. 1 011 Q/.. *TOn*WIO,OCT.M,,""' CASH OTTH, 'TWI forces of the United States Mark Of The Devil W'O.OCT.a7,197* T"J WIO OCT.37: ,"7( ::JU ,I, 2 10,!OCT.: ('/.OTa OCTTI1I. I COUNTOX

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by Dolores Meng -- HAMPTON AREA NEWS ------ 1

Phone 468-1915 are looking forward to at- J
r tending a series of meetings versatile, outgoing and con- 1If
MEETINGSinterested planned for the various the dinner was made by Mrs. Anyone wishing to donate Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Slade of Kerrigan from Starke were acted as godparents. Mr. and genial. She stated her main
i communities. Paul Meng. toward this worthwhile Jacksonville. guests of honor. Mr. Kerrigangave Mrs. Edward attended randparents factor in the selection should
citizens Mr. and Mrs. Royce Joyner project may contact Mrs. information on care of also the be 'her personality which will .I.
from 4-H COUNCIL and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Susie Lott, Mrs. Alice Faye Charlene Campbell accompanied Senior Citizens in nursing ceremony. tell a lot' about her."
Hampton attending the Waters were awarded three Waters or Mrs. Dolores Meng friends to Atlanta, homes. Mrs. Sue Brannen delivered Audrey attended public ,'.
Comprehensive held October Planning Harold Waters, Jr., and year pins in recognition of who are now endeavoring to Georgia and Birmingham, a delightful poetry Mr and Mrs. C.K. Suggs en- schools in Bradford County .t
Session 12: in Gene Joyner were among 4-H their splendid work as 4-H reach as many interested Alabama for an enjoyable reading.The handmade pillow joyed the three day visit of from 4th through 8th grades. ,if
Stfrke were Mayor Arthur members from Hampton attending group leaders in the Hamptonarea. citizens as possible.Friends of weekend.Mr. donated by Karl Hoist was their granddaughter, Next she attended Eastside ,
Bruno,Councilmen Ted
Waters who has had this Charlerie from
the 4-H Council dinner Lynn auctioned and Jeannette Phillips High School in Gainesville. '
and John, Allen Mrs., William In Starke on October 11. disease since early childhood and Mrs. Richard Krieger from Waldo was the Madison, recently.Mrs. Congratulations to Audrey, ;, I
Summers and Mrs. Evelyn The spaghetti dinner served CHRISTIAN CHURCH should be especially Interested Mowry and children, Greg l high bidder. The group sang the daughter of Mrs I
Vaughan Fontaine. Josephine to the Bradford County 4-H in this campaign. and Donna, have returned songs and enjoyed Bingo fol Virgie Barksdale cele- Earselene N. Zimmerman,
leaders was prepared and At a recent meeting of the home following a wonderful lowing the dinner. brated her birthday October who has been a teacher at \ I
These people interested in served by the 4-H members. Ladies Council of the PERSONALS camping trip around 15 with the visit of her Hampton Elementary School
the future plans for Hampton The decorated cake served atNNNNN. Hampton Christian Church, Cherokee, North Carolina and Mrs. Sue Brannen and Mrs. children, Mr. and Mrs. Bobby for many years!
- .. plans were made for a rum- Mr. and Mrs. Marklee Gatlinburg, Tennessee. Evelyn Vaughan enjoyed Barksdale and grandson, tIt
v W V i mage sale to be held early in Norman enjoyed a five day Before returning home they bowling at Palm Lanes on Cody. is good to hear that
> "Within Your Means Now. Peace Of Mind Always" November. trip recently with Mr. and visited a packing house at October 18. Mrs. T.F Brown Orville Brookins feels some
Members of the communityare Mrs. Don Fort. They espe- Waynesville, North Carolina was scorekeeper and they all Mrs. Bill Trinks has returned what better at Bradford
\ A HELPING HANDWe invited to save all usable' cially appreciated the autumn and brought back some Deli- had a delicious lunch home after nearly six County Hospital. .
clothing toys, tools and colors and camping in beautiful cious and Stamen Winesap afterward. months in Franklin, North (
are qualified In helping household items for this sale, Gatlmburg Tennessee and apples picked fresh from the Carolina, where she visited Cookie Mitzel is making f
a family to clear Ashvllle, North Carolina. groves. Joan is busy making Hampton Christian friends and took a series of art
I.: up many matters In which most families don't CYSTIC FIBROSISThe Upon returning home they apple pies! Academy has scheduled their lessons. She has some lovelyoil emergency good. progress appendectomy following re-an f
know about. were visited by Mr. and Mrs. Homecoming Football Game paintings and enjoys this cently at Bradford County t.fft-\l,. |
1.We take the surviving spouse to Social Cystic Fibrosis Dave Dinkhous and youngson Mr. and Mrs. H.C, Howell, for Friday, October 22, at 7 relaxing activity. Hospital. i'Tl' I
Security Office. Foundation drive for the re- Davie, from Fort Myers. parents of Joan Mowry, from p.m. The Cross and Sword ;
2.We apply for the search and treatment of this Panama City, spent three team from Williston will be David Dyal is home after Happy Birthday to Lynn
benefits for the children's lung disease is Mr. and Mrs. Bud Slade enjoyed days with the Richard Mowry playing this game. Crowningof nearly a month in Las Vegas Waters who was 13 on October
widow, pension, flag, grave marker, etc. underway in and around the October 17 visit of family recently.Mrs. the Queen is to be held this where he saw such celebritiesas 13. '
3.We help families with Insurance forms, Hampton. their son and daughter in law, same evening.The Redd Foxx and Ann I
which have to be typed and notarized Larry Williamson, a Academy plans to holda Margaret.Mr. Lynn Hall celebrated his
These are lust a few of the added services recent bride, received many Halloween Carnival on 74th birthday on October 18.
lovely gifts at a miscellaneous October 29. The Boosters Club and Mrs. N.A. Chancey
which we are glad to provide in helping a family Foundation, Paving Co. shower October 14 in HamptonCity will be serving a spaghetti have returned home followinga Congratulations to Mr. and
, In any way we can. Hall. Hostesses for this supper,and more plans will be four day camping trip with Mrs. Sylvester Smith who
ASPHALT PAVING event were Mrs. Shirley announced later.HAMPTON. the Golden Rockers at celebrated their 33rd Wedding
Ramsey, Mrs. Gertrude Slade Goldhead Branch State Park. Anniversary on October 11. _
; Archer Funeral Home Fill Dirt Grading and Mrs. Lillian Slade. Game : LAKE Mrs. James Nessmith is They enjoyed visiting their .
prizes were won by Mrs. June home after visiting her son, Richard Smith and
i DOYLE M. ARCHER l.F.D Landscaping Haddock and by the bride. Little Angela Maria Baker, friends, Mr. and Mrs. Richard grandson, Jeffrey,in Deltows
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rogers in Franklin, North Falls, Vermont. They also
! Free Estimates The covered dish supper Dink Baker was christened Carolina where they enjoyed enjoyed sightseeing in Maine
"Our Goal Is To Be Worthy Of Your Confidence" held by the Hampton Senior October 4 at St. Edward's lovely scenery. and New Hampshire and saw
Phone 964-7813 Citizens Club at the City Hallon Catholic Church on October 4 the autumn leaves falling
964-5757 301 S. Starke, Fla. October 15 was reported with Reverend Patrick Foley Francis Larry, Tommy, before returning via Amtrak.
very enjoyable with a good attendance conferring the Sacrament. Joe David, Eugene Meng and They enjoyed the side trip to
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mr. and Mrs. Alan Myers Delores Brown were happy to Washington D.C., visiting
return home October 17 aftera Sylvester's sister, Mrs. Judy
-- windy day fishing in the Gulf Johnson, shopping, and
from Crystal River. They did visiting Smithsonian Institute.
bring home some nice fish;

are after FOOD however luck on Friday Tommy and had Saturday better LUNCH: MENUS:':
money. fishing with Joey Cribbs,
your Gerald and Steve Brown. HAMPTON:': KLK.MKNT.AinOCTOBER:25-2:'!:)

They caught a good string of .
bass and had a catfish breakfast
MONDAY:': Barbecued
after a campout Friday. chicken. Macaroni and

few can win. FAIR PEHSOLlTPLlS:': : cheese.Strawberry Tossed shortcake salad.Hot

biscuit, Milk.TUESDAY.
YOU DON'T HAVE TO Audrey Marie (Pinkey). a
20 year old Libran from I
Q Salisbury
HELP OTHERS BY Gainesville, attends FAMU, steak Sliced carrots Turnip
OFF pardry Tallahassee. Pinkey is a Rice and .
2Ot pride SUPERMARKETSPAYING greens. gravy.Doughnuts
HIGH PRICES! Junior Pharmacy. majoring in milk. I.

During her Freshman year, WEDNESDAY: \ ;
ANY SIZE Audrey was awarded a plaquefor French fries, Buttered corn.
; WE PROTECT YOUR FOOD DOLLARS her successful work in Fruit cocktail Milk.
I : helping others in the work- "
DOZEN EGGS study program by doing THURSDAY Roast beef

I BY NOT PLAYING GAMES voluntary work. During the with gravy. Mashed potatoes
LL COIROR OCR 7MU Rio OCR u 1 a IACN c In' I Sophomore year she was Cole slaw. French bread.
= = x:? &z;
': wrM io a rat rooo au. Orllaxn..cwu. elected "Queen" for the
.. a Peanut brittle Milk.FRIDXY .
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1 Pharmacy On Tuesday. ) Fish w/ tarter
... '
1 "'-' ,,t, October 12, Audrey won the sauce Potato salad. Hush
"Miss Junior Queen" title for Fruit Milk.
puppies. jello
Bargains in Meat 1976-77. .
AU."....AND MHCI: GOOD WIO,OCT M Before the-elction, the parti- ALL :\mL'snR.:': : ..: JI
TIWU wwo,OCT. ar,,.r..QUANTITY RUNTS msknviD. cipants were asked to state PREPARED BY THE SIXTH
HOllY SLICED }r qualifications for becoming a CiRADE: of
tom" a following a study
1 :u COMPARE o,OR.YK': : you Y.01. Queen. In answer to these Food and :Nutrition': under the
Super Discount net r2srt ie r2c questions Audrey replied. direction of their teacher
BACON Sllc ed Meat Bologna 88" 21' "She must be able to talk with Mrs. Carole Shields. Mrs
INwwu people. she must smile
BONELESS BEEF Blonnie Dirkman. the school j
fMiin t n i u tutStewing
$ always; she should be intelligent -
cafeteria thought
1 21"EveryDayLowPrice manager
BOTTOM ROUNDSTEAKS Beef friendly and able to
C cope these students did a good jobin
98 mMIIe.iuo wminuw1 with all situations, as well as
LB these nutritional
r Pork Loin Chops 21
PKG. or meals. A few of the chosen
food items such as steak and
FRESH FLORID OR GEORGIA shrimp had to be substituted.
1 RA S I SAVE PREMIUM GRADE however due to the budget
l EveryDayLowPrice (20: factor.


INSPECTEDCORN 2 PER 39WATER "'"> Following a meeting! of the
SIRLOINSTEAKS FED LBLVKES BAG La ;:. Halloween Party volunteer
workers Chairman JolencFneseannounced
Ask that a rattle
WHOLE UfW.g SACKS CORNED BEEFBRISKETS is to he held on a CB radio
PORK SHOULDER *BACKS PKGS. along with other prizes.
CharleyE. ,r,, Large and small stuffed
PICNICS "' animals will also be given
U.S. GOVT. NORTON'S JONELESS away at the Carnival on
INSPECTED 3 TO October 30 at Hampton Kle-
CORN FED LB ADDED Sop. 99: Johns mentary School.
6T08 DI.= 5 LB pl.ceuMiiIi
LB AVG. LB PKG About This Question: !Mrs Fnese said that among

."My: son will play a the attractions planned 'tor.
of fun and entertainment
ti' ail ti' io in school instrument in this evening
are a spook house
the school band thisyear. country store fish pond pie
We parents are and cake walk, hay ride und

;. __ I1iX01 responsible for the will fortune feature telling.hamburgers Food booths corn
Y instruments. Can dogs. candied apples, coffee
musical instrumentsbe soft drinks and desserts
insured :More donations of pies,
cakes and country store
r loss, theft or especially needed along

damage, by nonprofessionals with plenty of reliable
carnival workers.
r for less
Bargains in Produce Discount Super Discount Bargains In Bakery than $1?"
Super e ,. ,r Report cards for the first six
CRISP PANTRY PRIDE SLICED ftw<\ Charley K.: week's period of school went

Sweet Potatoes LB15 3' IDAHO PULLMAN OR BUTTERMILK \4 8/ JOHNS AGENCY home with the children on I i.
FRESHCALIFORNIA Wednesday. Parents are requested -
71 BREAD 131 SO WALNUT ST to sign and return the
U.S. tfl 1 PotatoeseB :: BAKINGPOTATOES PHONE 964-5O7O' attached form promptly indicating
101EveryDayLowPrice (pllmanwy.a receipt of the cards.PANELING .
Fresh e
24oz3/9 .
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Saloons Voted Out In ; '.
StarkeIn ..

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Wet-DryElection of 1905Prohibition ... ..'."',,"" i \ .... Notebook

\. 'j,. .
'00. 1"'
came to Starke Morgan, did "proclaim and aril/" By "f. .
for the their salary to be$50 per year, reinstated as a public road ,
first time in 1905, declare that Bradford Countyis :!t -
each. 1
closing the era of the was granted, and the .
open a county in which the sale of Bobby 'I I
saloons which had commissioners of the district
intoxicating liquors, wines or Dec. 2, 1907 The county
here since the town's beer is and were empowered to put the Taylor '
prohibited, convicts were leased to P.II. road in condition for
beginning more than half a such sale be and is hereby Baker of Alachua County for travel.

century before. prohibited and all places of 1908 at $26 per month each. March 1, 1909 The I
such sale be closed at 12 Commissioners Bessent and committee for examining
According to old County o'clock noon this date" Wainwright were appointed a plans and specifications for
Commission minutes, a committee to investigate the steel bridge across New Riverat I discussed cattle nutrition
"petition in writing," signed Some merchants had feared matter of fencing the Long Bridge recommendedthat last week and emphasized the
by registered voters of the that closing of the saloons courthouse grounds. plans and specifications ilk importance of a balanced
county was presented to the would 'ruin" Starke as a submitted by the Roanoke R l li ration. I also mentioned that
board at its meeting on May 2, trade center and cause some !May 4, 1908 Bridge Co be accepted. i aw winter forages like rye, rye-
1905 asking for an election to businesses to go broke. The Communication received grass and clover could supply,
be held to decide whether the town somehow survived, from secretary-treasurer of April 5, 1909 Sealed bids a balance of protein and
sale of intoxicating liquors, however, and remained dry The Empire Lumber Co. for steel bridge across New energy if fertilized properly.'
wines, or beer should be for more than another half complaining that the River were received. After +, I it l
prohibited centurv assessment on his company's examination of the bids the Fertilizing properly means

property for 1907 was board decided to build the full supplying the major plant
'It appearing that said Other interesting items altogether too high and that length of bridge, 1,226 feet, food elements to your crop in'
petition is signed by not less gleaned from old Commission they pay their taxes under and finding the bid of the the right amounts or combma-i
than one-fourth of the minutes during those early protest. Roanoke Bridge Co. of lions to satisfy plant needs

registered voters of said years: Virginia to be the lowest, IF/i<>r<' The L ib rary No ir Sf ai r/s and promote good growth and ,
county, as required by the June 1, 1908 The Board $11,950, contract was production
Constitution and Laws of !Nov 5, 1906 Petition to signed the contract for a steel awarded.
make and declare as a public bridge across Olustee Creek This handsome old home / Research has told us how
Florida, it is resolved that an of Carl A. Knight!! long-time moved to Gainesville, wherehe
election be held on the 20th road the new road built by the near Providence, $900 being April 29,1909- Report from once stood at the site now County Tax Collector lived l for many years; and much of the major plant food
<1:1of June A.D.. 1905." citizens of Starke to Kingsley Bradford County's share of the county physician, Dr All occupied by the new Bradford Dr W.B. Parks. elements-nitrogen, phos- I
according to the minutes. Lake was granted to county the total cost. Freeman that the jail was County Library corner of phorous, and potash--are
line. unsatisfactory and uncleanly. Walnut and Jackson Streets Other distinguishedresidents The site was purchased needed per acre to produce a
A special I meeting was held July 6, 1908 Contract for who lived in the several years ago by the certain crop yield, with this,,
bv (the Commission on Oct. 7, 1907 Ordered that placing iron fence around July 5, 1909 Chairman home in later years were library building committee information and a soif' I
Thursday, June 22 1905 to the county convicts be offeredfor courthouse lot was awarded to Peek, as a committee of one to The home was originally Augustus V. Long a Starke and the fine old home with its analysis it is easy to make a
canvass the vote and it was lease for 1908 to the highest T.A. Knight, agent for the examine the jail, reported as built by T.A. Knight an early attorney who became a ornamental trim and wide recommendation that will
found that the drys had won. possible bidder before the Cincmatti Fence Co, W.A. follows: Upon personal Starke merchant, and father Federal judge and later verandas was torn down.teaders''t provide a balance ot plant
defeating the proposed sale by courthouse door on :Monday Bessent and WT Weeks to inspection of jail and premises nutrients.
Dec 2, 1907 have I found
610 votes to 370 for the wets. supervision over everything kept in
The material and work, and to decent, sanitary condition as This is to say that a soil
vote in the Starke Nov 4, 1907 W.Hllollmgsworth report to the board when far as construction permitted. sample is very important
precinct was 136 for sale and
was appointed completed. The price to be V1eW I before buying your fertilizer
139 against. janitor for the courthouse at paid for said fence when Sept 6,1909 Ordered that and planting your crop.

The Commission composedof $12 per month. Dr. N.W. accepted to be $900. %v. H. Hollingswort :a: Present fertilizer prices are
Francis was appointed courthouse janitor be raised too high for you to apply too
Comer L. Peek chairman. physician for the county jail, Feb. 1, 1909 Petition to from $12 to $15, and that in much or too little of any plant
John Croft, N C. Wainwright and A \'. Long Esp was have the Black Creek Road addition to services in food element. Too much of
KJndrevs. and John appointed I county attorney: from Fort Harley to Hampton courthouse, that he keep the \PP.\U.EU BY ACTION: meeting had started.. She said drive them to the bus stop and either clement would either be
courthouse grounds in proper OF SCIIOOL BOARD "I can see right now we ain't see them safely on the bus lost through leaching and too
shapeFORESTRY. gonna get nothing done tonight Its faster and easier than little would prevent maximum
Dear SirStrong : Their minds done made taking them every morning to yield or quality.

editorial ) words are often usedin up1"! So it seemed. The fears school. Let them form car
haste when one is angry or and concerns of those who pools to the bus stop or walk I know it is not field corn
frustrated without a full stood to speak seemed to fall them there themselves. They season, but corn fertilization-'''

appreciation of the meaning of on closed ears. Soon the open should be thankful the bus is can be used to illustrate the
IN BRADFORD COUNTYby those words. However, after hearing came to a close. Then, there to take their childrenthe point. It takes about I-14
attending two recent meetingsof very swiftly, it was over. The major distance and forget pounds of nitrogen about ::14
The Status Quo the Bradford County School vote was taken so quickly, so this ridiculous notion that the pounds of phosphorous, and
Richard Schroeder Board I feel compelled to quietly, that those of us who school system should provide about one pound of potash to
County Forester speak out and in doing so I sat in the back of the small "Taxi Service" for these make one bushel of corn.
Isu 't Good have carefully chosen my room trying to hear were privileged few. It takes a These nutrients can come
Enough Quite often someone will words. I am not angry. I am unaware of what had hap- great deal of nerve to even from the soil or from organicor
call me with a question not frustrated. I am appalled. pened until we heard the suggest it and I've never chemical fertilizer. Most
similar to the following: sound of the gavel and the heard of any city with the timeor Florida soils are naturally
I am appalled by the presence meeting was adjourned. funds to provide such a deficient in these nutrients, so
1 have a large pine treenext of three uniformed of
most them have to be
service.If .
Going into the home stretch, Jimmy hypothetiC; "typical family" (parentsand to the garage. Yesterdaywhile officers of the law whose We tried..and for the applied.

Carter's popular-vote has shown some two children) had more money in its I was raking leaves I presence at the meeting was moment we failed. There is, the extra time, gas and

decline in recent weeks, but his marginin pocket, but could buy less for it in 1975 noticed there were more pine at the request of a member of however, some consolation in buses needed to provide this Suppose we wanted to grow
electoral votes remains large and it than the year before. needles on the lawn than the School Board. It was not the knowledge that there are door to door taxi service does 100) bushels of corn per acre:
usual. Looking up, I saw thai the officers themselves to other avenues of redress that cost $90,000 as the School and a soil analysis showed
is electoral votes, in the final analysis, These are the breadbasket issues that there were no needles left on which I take exception (these remain open to us. There is Board projects where will that nitrogen was very low,'

that elects presidents.The the voters will seriously consider before the tree and there were pilesof men are respected and appre- the Civil Court of Law where, this money have to come phosphorous was about 25
what looked like sawdust at ciated) but the insinuation on acording to our constitution, from? Surely it's not just pounds of P-2 O-5 per acre
latest Carter going to the polls November 2. They the base of the trunk What the part of the School Board one can expect that which is lying around somewhere but and potash was about 75
Gallup poll places
know that problems of day-to-day living can I do to help the trees member that parents of Brad- right to prevail. There is an- will have to be taken from pounds of K-2 O per acre. We
ahead of President Ford by only two percent will proliferate and become more ford County who are con- other which is perhaps more other areas of a carefully would then need to apply at.
of fortunate
but a statewide survey, such as the complicated in the next four !Many to have us are or several cerned for the safety of their important than all others. It is planned budget and in the long least U5 pounds of nitrogen, at.;
one released by Time magazine last years, enough one in children would be guilty of a place where the ()opinion of run, every child in Bradford least 50 pounds of phosphorous
week, shows Carter ahead at least 273 to requiring aggressive leadership and large Most stately of these pines trees' are our such gross misconduct or every individual is equal to County will be made to suffer and 75 pounds of potash The
113 in electoral imaginative measures to overcome, or yard. old actions of a criminal nature that of another. It is a place fof the sake of the L.AZlt'1iESS","r ,increase in pOlasl1, 'Isr_, c e t
votes. 40 are
even keep under control. over years old.: some If that uniformed and armed where those who sit in high on the part of these parents. nary l because the corn 'plall !
over 75 years the officers from both the City places can be reminded that Perhaps they don't mind a cannot use all the potash thAis .'
This is the soul-searching time when Columnist James Reston thinks the lasted that long before do Police and Sheriff's office government should be "of the $90.ooo deficit in their shown in the soil by the soil

voters are starting to make that voters will demand not merely a wise land was often developed die shortly why after needed to be present. people, by the people, and for children's education if life will sample.
they the people" and that they are be a bit easier for them but I
tortuous decision between two reflective and respected President but a someone moves In? My I am appalled by the unani- responsible to those who elect resent it highly. If that huge The fertilizer and analysisof

candidates, both of whom many votersare Cabinet and ministry of the best talents experience in this part of mous decision of the School them. It is a place where amount of money is not choice in this case would be

not enthusiastically supporting.Some available, regardless of party. And Florida is that although many Board to continue to require every citizen has the available at all, then where loo pounds of a 5-10-15
factors may have caused it, children (including 4-year-old to cast his ballot the school fertih/er acre at or before
doubtless wish they had another above all an America more united opportunity else is system to get per
of three be be
choice but there other between the often one can kindergarten! pupils) to and vote his convictions. It is it but by j! \'ing'us higher planting time. This would
although and
are generations
regions, attributed: to the
subjected the voting booth on every elec- taxes? And that would affect provide all the phosphorous
Presidential candidates on the ballot, with a better understanding betweenthe the dangers that prevail under tion day. Let us never fail to regardless if they and potash needed to grow! the
the voters know that none has a chanceto White House and the Congress.He tree 1)) During have construction been damagedThe l. the present policy relating to exercise this right. had everyone bcnooi-age children or loo bushels of corn, but would
elected other than those nominatedby may pick-up points of bus routes on not. be short of nitrogen by KM
average mature pine can I am cognizantthat It should be said in con-
our highwavs!( pounds acre. This could be
the two major parties. sees this clearly as "an have one-fifth of its total per
argument a School Board has every clusion, that the issue In- Why don't these parents applied as ,200 to 250 pounds of
for Mr. Carter; for the new, the young, volume underground in its right, under the law, to imple- volved is not one of person- show a little common sense? ammonium nitrate per acre at
Many: will be voting, not FOR a the energetic; for change, for bringing root system. These than roots are the ment any policy it chooses ality but policy. All we want is They should stop trying to the last cultivation.
candidate but AGAINST a the South back into the Union at the more branches disturbance and However, this School Board a policy that will be conduciveto shove responsibility at the
candidate and also such pinnacle of the to has the audacity to claim its the safety of all our schools and put it right whereit Of course different crops
against Republic, and for giving their location in the soil
decision was being made in children. We do not think that t belongs their have different requirementsof
problems as inflation, unemployment, the rising generation some hope beyond invited rotting bacteria and the best interest of the this is asking too much. laps! in parental fertilization. For example
greedy unions, "big business school President Ford's fungi to invade the slightest children clover
promise of the status in regard to safety. Mrs. C. Wilson is a legume and
busing, abortion and other issues quo. scratch. Yet people will clear Their conclusions accordingto Thank you for your Starke. Florida bacteria in the soil help it to
land with a bulldozer right up consideration in printing this
those who for the manufacture
spoke enough
brought out in the debates and in daily
releases.Mr. The to the trunk of a tree or cut Board, were based upon letter. ; ::;:' :::':'>:::':':::::::-:,';,:::::,:,;,:,:,:,:,:,:,:,:;:;;; to supply more than its needs
press outcome of this year'sPresidential roots three or four inches studies and recommendations Roman Alvarez fr.: ; That is why we usually recommend -

election will be influencedin thick for a septic tank or house from Tallahassee. The fallacyof Starke, Florida S:' \KThKV\SAfrFURS: : :::: a 0-)4.14) or (0-10-20.

: Ford, who takes the position that large part by the voters' concern, foundation. Even if the tree the decision rests in the fact :::: by \\IIIla 1118 S. Udn ::: or 0-10-30 fertilizer for clover.

all is well and everything under control, hopes and fears about the state of the survives may succumb the initial to disease shock, or it that while recommendation the Board followedthe of a PARENTS{ : ; CRITICIZEDFOR jjj; Yeterans'ServiceOffice f':: There are still other crops of(

thus excusing his inaction in meeting economy and what it means in termsof root rot and die years later bureaucracy in Tallahassee, Bl'S VIEWS like strawberries and tobacco

domestic problems, must face the fact their own pocketbooks and jobs. from the initial construction they completely overlookedthe Dear Editor: Increased guaranty on where we try to get maximum
that one American out of every eight is damage rights and concerns of the mobile home loans uTTcl\ production and fertilizer at

now classified as "poor." One of the pecularities of the very people who are closest to After hearing of last night's extended eligibility to 210.000 (the highest rates recommended -
2)) People add fill dirt
present to the the children involved..the School Board meeting and the peacetime veterans were .
situation is that in spite of the six-month yard to raise the level of the parents. Without exception, irate parents still trying to get among features of the

As defined by the Census Bureau, the slowdown in the rate of recovery, ground. A small amount will parent who has children door to door bus service for Veterans Housing Since fertilizer costs are
poor in this nation have increased 2.5 inflation has speeded up. The stock not usually hurt the tree; involved and spoke at the their children, I felt I must Amendment Act of 1976. only a small part of the total
adding 12 inches or more to voiced write and voice an cost of production of these
million in the past year the largest market has been dropping, business the level meetings, their objection opinion. The is
however can guaranty a substitutefor crops, we are usually justifiedin
to the policy of the Board
jump since the bureau started compilingsuch spending on plant and equipment is suffocate lower roots and but to no avail. We live close enough to investment protection using the higher (and
figures in 1939. lagging behind, and many businessmenare weaken the tree, inviting school that no bus service at sought by lenders through maybe l sometimes wasteful) '
hesitant to'invest in more plant and attack by insects or diseases. I am appalled by the atmosphere all is available to our substantial down paymentsand rates of fertilizer

Other facts that do not jibe with equipment.} 3)) Lightning often kills pine meeting.that It was permeated very apparentthat the distance children.they However would have, the to conventional shorter terms mortgage in making loans All this is to say that fertilization -

President Ford's rosy outlook on trees, especially in a situation a "Us and Them" attitude walk and the heavy traffic on and plant nutrition are
domestic problems are these! : Many voters will be going to the pollson where all tall objects except a prevailed in every part of Call Street forces us to The new law increased the very important considerationsin
; few pines have been removed. the meeting having been mobile home and mobile
November your
2 filled with doubts about provide our own crop production
A large crack or tear running stimulated by the Board it does with home lots guaranty. from 30 program. I have had
Government I figures show that the the "status quo" and for the transportation as hope you
down the bark from the top, Granted some of the parents the major percentage of percent to 50 percent your soil analyzed and have
i purchasing power of the average immediate future. Many will have usually in a spiral fashion, were very opinionated and parents in town Car pools that effective July I. I97b on an applied the right amount of
Aml'ricanl.orking family of four (non- disturbing memories about their last indicates that t the tree has some did not always follow provide groups of children unpaid balance of up to a the right kind of fertilizer to

farm and after taxes) is no greater encounter with the cashier at the check- been struck. proper rules of decorum. This with transportation with a maximum of $12.500, on single your crop to set a fair return

today than in 17. out counter. It is not likely that they will Often, however knowing evaluation was not good.much However of this in can my minimum of inconvenience wide Units. For a double wide for jour fertilizer dollar.

be voting for the "status quo." They why a tree is dead or dying is be attributed to the hope- are friends common and me.knowledge to my unit is $20,000, the maximum guaranty Call or come by your County

The median American family incomenow want a change for the better, and since little consolation mostpeoplewanttoknowtthat lessness of the situation that Agent's office i if you have

stands they know what they was felt on the part of the If Veterans gaining questions about fertilizer or if
at $13,720.: with just as they are getting now, can do for the tree The first these parents deplore a eligibility
families above will vote for parents. This was reflected in two-tenths of a mile walk for for GI home loans for the first you are interested In our soil
many getting incomes many Jimmy Carter to these
in the thing is prevent typesof
a statement I overheard froma time, effective analysis
their children and fear for October 1, 1976, program
that figure below it. The level six belief that he can't do stress: plan construction to
as rose worse; may do woman soon after the their safety, why don't they are those whose active duty
per cent last year (tin 1975 dollars), but better. At least, he promises to providethe avoid hurting tree root occurred after July 25, 1947,

with inflation (which Mr. Ford says is leadership that will be necessary to systems trees too close or plan to construction.to remove dropping needles and I and prior to June 27, 1950. "nwte.111 Club

under control) the real purchasing valueof bring us out of the present economic Do not alter the ground level 'sawdust' at the base (a signof 11// < They must have served for
the income dropped $360. So the morass. more than absolutely Ambrosia Beetles) almost more than ISO( days under
necessary. I Install a lightning always indicates that the tree /fm conditions other than To Meet Tuesduj>
I dishonorable
or have been
protector on your tallest tree. has been dead for a week or
more. It should be removed II\ discharged with less service

14. oPW BRADFORD: The second thing is to check before insect populations can Rain Ot' Sine for a service. connection disability hold The its.Lawtey 4H Club will
cOJ trees perhaps just by build up and move to healthier monthly club meeting'on
waking through the yard trees. Tuesday night, October 26.
i Unmarried

Qtiligrap4BOB occasionally both the bark and and examining the Take some extra spouses of veterans surviving who The meeting will be held at
! reuaete tops. precautions to help protect served during this period, also the
1Ge.t Lawtey
Dull needles with Elementary
green a
slight dropping your trees, and recognize the 6 will be eligible if the veteran School Cafeteria from 7 8
posture symptoms of a sick one, and died w hale in active duty, or as
> 19's indicates advanced problems pm. All interested adults and)
JOHN a result
FERGUSON M. MILLER you can possibly avoid the of a service
lt1ot Publishers so does small purplish disappointment of having to connected disabilityAlso youth (grades 3-12)) are;
mounds of pitch on the bark. invited.
"Published each Thursday! and entered as second peas Matter at the Post Office at Stark). ca| under Action taken cut down the trees that you
Actof March 3. 1879 early, through rely upon for shade and in line.. effective October 1,
Subscription' rats.in trade area: $7 per year: 14 six months can sometimes save a tree beauty. 1976. is an Increase in the ...If is open to all without. c
these .
dutside, trade area: $8 per year; $4 50 six months. showing symptoms.The For more information or amount of direct loans that regard to race, color or;
Phone!964) 6306 Starke, Fla advice concerning your trees, can, be made by the VA to national origin. For furthen
third thing Is to know call me at the Agriculture VO'FEJY eligible veterans or Information about 4-Hi! "
when to admit defeat Brown Center. 964-<<1554. servicemen from Slt: .fJOO to contact Lowell Parrish at 964<.
SI3OfHI.:: 6554 J

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H CIIUnCH CHURCH OF October ZI, 1916 TELEGRAPH I'age I 11 I r( :/)

CEMETERY WORKING OF PROPHECY GOD St. Edward's Members Attend ConferenceMrs. I .X I

Brhere will be a working of a The sing Church October of God will have drive, Mrs. Richard Welty, to volunteered to plan a'.
Church 23 at 7:30: ( In Lester Humphries
Be Beulah
Clay \
Brooker The Harvesters will attended the Second assist in making collectionsfor Halloween party for parish
unty, old cemetery be featured. this project. children on October 31. t
Pastor Jack Bicentennial Conference of
Bturday, October 30. Kendrick welcomes The membership voted to Mrs. Henry Spell suggested .'
all. the Province of Miami Florida .
Turkey Trot Road gate will
The continue sponsorship of a shower be held on .,
B> opened at 7:45: 8:43. items acRummage Council of Catholic Women November 7 to !
for Sale held at the Carlton House have done during the past replenish
ease be on time if you wish Anyone wishing to three years through visits and rectory linen and kitchen ii}I
K donate Resort Hotel in Orlando on
enter that way. '
items can call the pastor at September 29 and 30. gifts. supplies.
JIf A!
Mrs. Robbie Shaller and
465-1528. Mrs Humphries also Mrs. Michael Gilhooly was
Mrs. Gladys Weldon were
named chairman of a
attended the board of
H FIRST CIIRISTIAN MORGAN ROAD committee to supervise hostesses for refreshments I
directors October 1
H' CHURCH BAPTIST CHURCH I e rtIi as treasurer meeting of the Florida refreshments at the Saturday following the meeting when

H Jim Love Minister SUNDAY: Sunday School 10 r 't Council of Catholic Women. night bingo games. Dimple Overstreet displayed I
H Sunday School, 9:45: a.m.; a.m.; Morning Worship and r fll p The celebrated !Mass on Mrs. Tommy Parker Tupperware products.
norning service, 10:45: a.m.; services for the deaf 11 a.m.; -w Wedneday was offered by the
South group, 6 p.m.; evening Training Union 6:30: p.m.; Diocesan Moderators. St. Edward's Anniversary J ?I
ervice, 7 p.m.; choir Evening Worship 7:30 p.m. I Thursday the Mass prior to
ractice, 8 p.m. Wednesday WEDNESDAY: Mid-Week ,, the Banquet was celebrated Reverend Father Patrick Gainesville; Father Anthony .
Kight Bible study on Hebrews, Prayer Service and Bible -T-T by the Bishops of the Florida Foley was the principal Sebra from Jacksonville's
| p.m. Study 7:30: p.m.; Choir Dioceses. celebrant at the Concele- Sacred Heart Church and ,
Practice 8:15: p.m. W h ,4. Attending the September 29 brated Mass held October 13 Father Paul Kajdan from the ',

H ST MARK'S Rev. Marty Starling and wife,the former Jessie Parrish and their children (l-r) Joey Becky, sessions of this conference at St. Edward's Catholic University of Florida Catholic t
I EPISCOPAL CHURCH and Michael. from St. Edward's were: Church when the parish Student Center in Gainesville.
I SUNDAY: 8:30: a.m. Holy Mrs. Victor Ashline, Mrs. observed the 35th Anniversaryof Organist for the Mass was (
ucharist; 9:45 a.m. Church To PeruReverend Richard Coss and Mrs. John Dedication. Cindy Gissy with the rhoir ,
ftchool; 11 a.m. Morning Starlings Return Samons. Other directed by Mrs. Richard I q I
'raver concelebrating this !Mass Coss. Readers were Mrs.
I WEDNESDAY: 6:30: p.m. his Marty Starlingand the past seven years as mis- City where his brother, Frank were: Msgr. Harold Jordan Richard Richards and
Ijunior Choir Practice; 7:30: International family left Miami sionaries from the Pine Level Starling, Is pastor. ALTAR SOCIETYSt. from Assumption Church in Francis Meng. Flowers were
|.m. Church School Classes, Airport last Baptist Church. The Starlings, who speak Edward's Altar Society Jacksonville, a former pastorof furnished by the St. Edward's
irades; 4-10; 7:30: ( p.m. Senior Peru Saturday to return to Lima, Marty Starling, who was an fluent Spanish, traveled to met Oct. 5 in the parish hall St. Edward's; Msgr. John Catholic Youth Organization. If
Irhoir Practice. Split peas are specially grown South America, where all-star half-back for the Saltillo, Mexico, where following Mass offered by the Burns pastor of St. Patrick's Mrs. Robbie Shaller was in .
L------------- whole peas that are dried and they have been working for Bradford Tornadoes, is Reverend Starling spoke to pastor, Reverend Patrick Church in Gainesville; Father charge of arrangements for
"What I value more than their skins removed by a special married to the former Jessie missionaries associated with Foley. Vincent Haunt pastor of St. the covered dish dinner which
( machine. A second Parrish and has three the Pine Level Baptist Johns's followed in hall.
things is good humor." Harold R. Wilt Mrs. John Samons presidedat at Atlantic Beach; the parish
jail Thomas Jefferson machine then breaks the peas children, Joey, 10; Michael, 6; Church the meeting when plans Father John Dux from The Tommy Parker family
in half. and Becky, 2. The family returned were finalized for the :35th furnished the special cake
Harold R. Wilt, 80, of Starke to the United States for Ann Y.James Anniversary celebration of James J. (Jim ) made in the form of a replicaof
died Saturday in Bradford eight weeks on a medical fur- the dedication of St. Edward's the church which was ;
To-Rena RestaurantUnder County Hospital. lough. Catholic Church. Mrs. Robbie AndrewsMr. placed on the head table.
Born in New York Dec. 31, While here Reverend Mrs. Ann James, 59, died Shaller is chairman of dinner Father Foley presentedMrs.
1895, Mr. Wilt retired Tuesday morning in the James J. Jim >
New was a Starling preached at the Pine arrangements. ( Gladys Weldon with a
ManagementCome Inspector for General Electric Level Baptist Church in Bradford County Hospitalafter Mrs. Joe Gissy volunteeredto Andrews, 73, died Saturday Certificate naming her an
In And See Us Corp. He had lived in Starke Starke, and the Fellowship an extended illness. have altar care during morning in Gainesville after honorary member of St.
for five years.Survivors Baptist Church in Panama A 25-year resident of October. an extended illness at the Edward's Altar Society in

LUNCH SPEICALS $150 include his Keystone Heights, Mrs Members responded affirm- North Florida Regional recognition of her laithful
Daily widow, Mrs. Ann Wilt of Carlos W. Cason James was born in matively to an invitation from Hospital.He service as one of the original
Starke; four sons, Roy, Elizabethtown, Kentucky and the chairman of the current was born and has lived members of St. Edward's.
Good Home Cooked Meals Bernard and Charles, all of was a member of the First Cystic Fibrosis Foundation his entire life in the Lake This Certificate was hand
Across From Baldwin Chevrolet Olds. New York, and Daniel of New Carlos Cason, 70, died United Methodist Church of Butler community. lie owned printed and decorated by Mrs.
Jerseytwo; brothers Alfred Saturday morning in Union Starke. and operated his farm on S.R. Theron Hunter.
FREE Coffee With This Ad Wilt of New Jersey and General Hospital after a brief Survivors include a son, Mamie O'SteenMrs. 121 and was Custodiam for the

Call 964-6784 Open 6 00 A M To 10 P M William Wilt of New York; illness. Charles James Jr. of Union County Court House for
one sister, Mrs. Lucy Goley of lie had lived the past five Keystone Heights; a sister, MamieIary(! 11 years. He was a member of MADISON: STKEKTBAPTIST
Arizona, and eighteen years in Raiford after retiringas Mrs. Gloria Prevail of Frances) O'steen 86, died the Lake Butler Church of Clll'Rl'llCharles l
grandchildren and eight great a railroad machinist. He Bowling Green, Ky. and two Wednesday morning in the Christ.lie R. Swarlz. Pastor
grandchildren. was a member of the Baptist grandchildren. Lake Shore Hospital in Lake is survived by his widow. THURSDAY: Visitation lo .
Funeral services were held Church. Funeral services are being City after a short illness. Mrs. Ina Suggs Andrews: four a.m.. 2 pm. and 7 p m.SATURDAY .

The Steak Tuesday, October 19, in Survivors include two held today (Thursday, Oct Mrs. O'steen, who had lived daughters, :Mrs. Mildred Kingof : Peanut
Crosby Lake Cemtery with daughters Mrs. Marian Ash 21)) at the graveside in most of her life in Providence Jacksonville. Mrs. Amelia Boiling 7 p m. at church
fryM DeWitt C. Jones Funeral of Kaiford and Mrs. Jean Keystone Heights Cemetery, was the widow of the late Morgan of Monrow, :-.C.; Sl'-I:; >rSl'r'i'es: Sunday
Home in charge of Clusman of Spring Valley, with the Rev. George L. Samuel R. O'steen and was a Mrs. Geneva Powers oi School. !9:45: : a m.
Man arrangements and the Rev California; two sisters Mrs Harper conducting the member of the Providence Jacksonville and :Mrs., Betty !Morning Worship t 11 t a m. .
Leroy Olive officiating. Mildred Priester of Dallas, services. Burial will follow Village Baptist Church. Zimmerman Murissia.: 111.: Children's Church. !1I l a I ntDeacons' :
Texas and Mrs. Cassie with Archer fo'uneraillome of Survivors include a eight sons, James II. Andrewsof Meeting 4:30::\ 1
Has Gone Starling of Raiford. Starke handling daughter, Mrs. Ruby Ward of Culman. Ala., Frank pm.; Church Training (H !I.l >
,.... Houston Driscoll Funeral services were held arrangements. Providence; two sons Andrews Andy Andrews and p.m.; Evening Worship, 7 :In>
Tuesday at 10:30: a m. in Ventrice and J.W. O'steen of R L. :Moore of Jacksonville. m.TUESDAY \.
i Houston C Driscoll, 85. of Archer Funeral Home Chapel Providence, two brothers Perry Andrews and Kenny : : Ladies Uihli- .
with the Kev. Hugh Walters Henry NesSmith ol Study la) m.R'E1)NESIAV.
Keystone Heights, died Andrews both of Ft
-SANANAS officiating. Burial will followin Jacksonville and Mabry Drew :; : Youlh
Wednesday morning Oct. 20 Elton DuboseElton Lauderdale, Albert and Alvin
: : in the North Florida Regional Sapp Cemetery under the NesSmith of Lake City; five Andrews both of Lake Butler. Choir Pracli'-e. 7:30:: p 111. :MulWeek
Hospital after a brief illness. direction of Archer Funeral sisters, Mrs. Corrie Dukes of 30 grandchildren and :1:i threat Service. 7:30:: ) p m II
Home of Lake Butler. LaCrosse Mrs. Bernice Choir Practice. 11:111:: p m.
Born March :30, 1891 in Dubose, 65, died Oct. ; grandchildren: two brothers.
.... .-.s Tuckerton New Jersey. Mr. 14 in Union General Hospitalin Hillard of Gainesville; Mrs. Arther Andrews and Seward ,
Driscoll lived in Hammonton, Lake Butler. Alma LaGrone of Worthington Andrews both of Lake Butler i,

'. ;N.J; before moving to Claude AndersonClaude A retired watchmaker, Mr. Springs; Mrs. Annie Pearl five sisters. M: rs. Ollie Parrishof FIRST l' ITEU ,
Keystone Heights 16 years Dubose has lived most of his Crawford of Lake Butler and Gainesville. :Mrs Ella: :METHODIST: CIIL'RC'II '

Banana ago. He was a retired Railway Anderson 92, of live in Worthington Springs. Mrs. Ruth Jamerson of Farrell of Lake ('Ily.II's.: .
Express agent retiring in 1957 Jacksonville, died in a Survivors include three Worthington Springs; eight Wilma Cat tar and :Mrs. Viola SUD.9:015:; : : a m. Church
after 46 years of service. A nursing home there October 13 brothers, Morris of Pasadena, grandchildren, 12 great. Rizk. both of Jacksonville and School for all ages; II t a.m.
:Master Mason over 50 years, after a short illness. Tex.,. Jack of Panama City grandchildren and three Mrs. Lula Malatesta of Morning Worship with ..1'I '
Mr Driscoll was a member of Born In Jefferson, Texas and Carroll of Miami' ; and two greatgreatgrandchildren.Funeral Seattle. Wash: nursery provided; 6 p.m. "
Splits the Keystone Heights Shrine June 24, 1884, Mr. Andersonhad sisters Mrs. Opal Roberts of services will be Funeral services were held UMYF Snack Supper -
Club the Senior Citizens Clubof lived in Jacksonville for Lake City and Mrs. Nora held Friday at t 2:30: p m. in the Monday at 2:11I::)() pm in the Oleeta llardenbrook and

Starke. the Fellowship Clubof 30 years. He was a retired McManus of Hartsville S.C Providence Village Baptist Lake Butler Church of Christ Phoebe Bakken; 6:30:: p m.
474// Keystone Heights, and wasa mechanic for a railroad shop Funeral services will be Church with the Rev. P.R. with Brother Samuel \Long l'M..FIet'lings: and
59c member of the Melrose and was a Methodist. held Saturday at 3 p m. in Graham and the Rev Frank and the Rev /U E "\l'1'\ Recreation.WEDNESDAY.
Faith Presbyterian Church. Taylor officiating. Burial will officiating Interment will I
Survivors include three Archer Funeral Home. Burial :; : 7'3l: ( p m.
Survivors include two sisters, Mrs. Inez Davis of will follow in Old Providence follow in Old Providence follow in Klzey Chapel Chancel Choir Rehearsal.
d.aughters.Irs.! Lillian Sealsof Starke and Mrs. Pauline Stone Cemetery under the directionof Cemetery under the directionof Cemetery under the directorof
to Hammonton N.J. and Miss and Miss Maime Anderson, the Archer Funeral Home. Archer Funeral Home of Archer; Funeral Home ol
Good Jane K; Driscoll of Starke: both of Archer. Lake Butler Lake Butler

one sister.! :Mrs. Beatrice Funeral services were held I

Thurs & Fri, Pl'nroseofToms River, N.H. October 15 at the graveside in I, HARDWARE HEADQUARTERS
a !>stepdaughter: Frank Crosby Lake Cemetery with
Oct 21 ; llummerschlag and a stepson the Rev. Wayne Griffin ARMA
& 22 Oliver Rusling. both of officiating. DeWitt C. Jones
ij Palm Springs Calif. Funeral Home handled 8 OCTOBER
/ Funeral services are set for arrangements.
964-6567 2 p m. today 21)) in the DeWitt C. Jones Jesse FairclothJesse
Chapel in Keystone Heights III MAJOR CREDIT
with Dr James K. Neale Jr. CARDS HONORED NOVU THRU S AT. '
L. Faircloth 85 of BY MOST ARMA
Burial will be

oaaaaa( V Saturday Cemetery officiating in in Tuckerton Greenwood N J. County Starke, died Hospital in the October Bradford 14 DEALERS

In lieu of flowers the family after Born a long in illness.Levy County r_+ _..neu..0P...rreerr..AC..n CD-1410 US4
0( m (!m($($ IheIelrose requests donations: be made Faith to November 17, 1890 Mr. IV d .

Faircloth had moved to Starke anchors
Church Building
1212 N. Temple Starke Presbyterian from Bronson in 1942. He wasa
' Fund CD-1403
- retired carpenter. .
_. _. Survivors include his r US4Lt
_" iic''"ii1"i* in1 '"'''--' -
u'ii i u'in'd"'L" t/Mtm Residents Faircloth two daughters, t7 119
To Bradford Union Clay ;
60 Years Of Service Mrs. Wyena Colson and Mrs. I 999

Joyce Kidd both of II Value, Mi 1.65 Value,
Gainesville; a stepson,
DeWitt C. Jones Randolph Geiger of Starke; I I i SecurityBolt ChanGuard
) ,
three Elsie
stepdaughters Door plate 3-7/8" x 138"jamb
Ormond, Jeanette Alkire and The security bolt comes in a plate 21/8" x 1-3/8" 6
Funeral Home J Lucille Anderson, all of Q / L satin brass finish. Very simple [ welded chain. Complete
d it1L I Starke; a brother Harvey I to install and is an inexpensive with screws. Another
Faircloth of Bronson and four way to get additional security inexpensive way to add extra
for your home
grandchildren.Funeral : 44F security_ to your home.
\ Suggests You Spare Your Loved services were held I
Monday in the DeWitt C. C01795
K ,! Ones The Burden Of Making Jones Chapel with the Rev. CD-214
I !
Roman Alvarez officiating. I
Arrangements In Time Of Burial followed in Hillcrest '

i :Memorial Park Cemetery in --.-- \\r
Emotional Stress Gainesville.

\.This Will Prevent Emotional Overspending Earl R. Schewabe 25 $ 49

"6 Which Could Deplete Family Finances 3
Earl R. Schewabe, 58, died Value 4.89
Needed For Period Of Adjustment. October 14 in Auburndale ClosetValue
following an extended illness. SAVE!UP Door Closer :
Born in Illinois, Mr.
Rugged, non-sag telescoping A door closer that takes
> A tor We Offer Three Pre-Paymefit Plans Schewabe had lived in Winter seamless steel tubing. This the place of the existing

k 4 Haven for several years. He TO 6.72 extension closet rod 'has a hinge pin. Will fit all 3% x
e, Which Are: was a veteran of World WarII lifetime finish., New end-mount 3% inch and 4x4 inch
and a member of the protecting, flange that rests hinges. Strong tempered
Winter Haven American top of the hook rail, spring acts to close door.
.. ; Legion and the First United
At Time Plans Are Made. Methodist Church. He was a
1. No Cash Deposited $2I.oes EVERYTHING HINGES ONPKG.
,, carpenter.
Payments Until The Pre-detemvnedrf
2. Make A Down Payment. Then Monthly Survivors include his

widow, Mrs. Marie Alvarez
Amount Has Been Set Aside. .
Schewabe; a son. Keith :
3. Pay Full Amount At Time Plans Are Made. Schewabe of Kimundy, III.; a '"1 : of 2

Note M moor. pad on ,"needed "funeral. plane!) are depoeited In a aa\l1nll'l and loan aaaocoahon on daughter Kimundy Patricia; two Schewabeof stepsons 19

property The Account l ." sal UP 'In """ name wes, m"" 'VV"1, C. Vernon Underhill of Lake LmUTYSHED&RV ----7' 9.8,10
and Remain. yOt 1
passbook "vnga\
Wales and
move away from the a_. the money can Reginald Underhill 10 X 12-
Jon. SeMcea, Inc. aeftnfj ae lI1.Ial88' ShOuld you
of Kingsley Lake; a step- 11tJcHoRING KIT Value 1.85 Value
be witt' '.*B..n by you at any time daughter, Mrs. Glenda Youngof
Crystal Lake; a brother, 4 sturdy steel auger-type earth anchors 24" 'long. 5/8"/ shaft
Appointment Or Come By Our Office Richard Schewabe of Peso- with 4" Helm and Minute Man tensioning device, plus 60 ft. of I Durable: Shelf Bracket '
Phone for turn, 111. and 11 grandchildren. 1-3/8" M Con high' tensile, vinyl coated, tie. down strapping.The .
Starke Keystone held utility shed & RV anchoring kit gives, you low cost One-piece construction. Packaged with' attractive ';
Funeral services were
Jones Funeral Home investment protection. Plus' ,its easy to install and you don't header. Comet complete with. screws. A great value'
DeWitt C. 473-3175 October 17 in the chapel of the
964.6200 Archer Funeral Home, have to put holes,' in the roof. 1796-GY f or any d-' -VOur elfer. Your choice of 8 x 10 or 10 :)
Starke, with Rev. Jim Back ,
RENTAL officiating. Burial was In 'J" "
Wheel Chairs & Crutches Kingsley Lake Cemetery, with JACKSON IUILDERS SUPPLY LAKE BUTLER FARM CENTER ;

Hospital Beds Walkers Archer Funeral Home Cherry a Weldon Streets Phone 964-8074 S R 121 4903921BEVLAII
handling arrangements.


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BROOKERIN A Clear-Thinking: Woman Insures Her Own Safety------------------ -----

off he there, thatyou're blown into the phone will discourage -
talk Carter only
his advises says. you're the
A woman doesn't have to bea "First of all, flag your car. the door. I've heard it
open have their In a handbook Carter uses husband's out of town these callers; otherwise -
Jeanette Prescott sitting duck for trouble just By this I mean turn on the advised to go ahead and let theperson women keys in andloud" If
their hand and ready before it advises to"scream long just hang up. they
485-1715 because she's traveling alone. four-way flashers and raise get in the car with you leaving the house to go to the In case of trouble,and to etc.If you receive an obscene persist, report it to the teleiphone
Birthday Party Knowing the elementaryrules the hood and attach a if you're 'reasonably sure' it's "
Dee Dee Hart, celebratedher of self-protection on the handkerchief or something to safe. The point is, there's no car or the car to go into the scream "Fire! instead of"Helpl" phone call, do not encouragethe If company.
people are you
12th birthday Sunday, highway will enable any it to signal distress. Then get to judge this. Many house. caller in any way.whistle
way call shrill
October 10, in the home of her woman to travel alone without back in the car and lock the robbers and rapists couldn'tbe "If you do this, you're not of more fire.apt to respond a have one.a loud,

parents, Mr. and Mrs. Grady fear, says Highway Patrol doors." picked out of a crowd. You standing there in front of your As for around the
Hart. Cake, ice cream, and Sgt. Paul Carter, who has "I I always emphasize just have no way of knowing." car or your house fumbling house for safety alone GainesvilleLivestock
Pepsi were served. Those been addressing woman's staying in the car and keepingthe It's also important, he says, around for your keys. Not only Carter a it woman
helping her to celebrate this groups in the area lately. doors locked," he to keep the light off inside the that, but those keys make a "Don't advertise sums up the by fact saying thatyou're
special occasion were, Mr. "I always tell women that continued. "When answeringcalls car. With the light on,a personcan terrific weapon if someone alone." the Market'
and Mrs. Godwin, and the highway, we're there's does approach you. Just take Keep
Wayne the first rule for a safe trip is on easily see a drawn and the doors
son Jason, from Lake Butler; to have her car in good always amazed at the numberof woman in the car, and that that key and scrape it alongsomeone's locked.drapes If calls don'toffer
her grandmother Mrs, working order," says Carter. women who are out and she's alone, and might stop face and I the someone information, that Since prices have Increased the past few months
Charity Lake and her parents, "A woman should always walking around the area. just for that reason. If the car guarantee you they'll back_ our selling charges are less on most cattle than
Grady and Jean Hart. She have her car in the best Maybe it's because they feel is dark and passersby can't most other Markets.
received many lovely and possible condition in order to more secure as they see see who's inside the car a
useful gifts. Everyone wished avoid a breakdown on the officers approaching but it's person who stops is probablystopping [ We Need Listings OUR MAXIMUM CHARGES ARE $5.25 EXCEPT LARGE

her many more, "Happy highway. When traveling, not a good idea all the same." to see if he can help BULLS $7.50 (Much less than 3Z plus yardage .-
Birthdays." your mobility is safety of a Carter says if someone and nothing else.A We've Got Buyers From EverywhereOffices other markets charge) .
and offers the about most
sort. When you experience a stops help, final point trips, -
BIRTHDAY PARTY breakdown, you lose that woman should open the Carter says is to always let CATTLE SLAUGHTER HOGS
Tlsh Goss,was honored with mobility and that safety." window just a crack so she can someone know where you're
a birthday party, to celebrateher Carter acknowledges, talk with the person. going when you're expectedto Coast To CoastStroutRealtyInc. Mondays & Wednesdays Tuesdays
7th birthday Thursday, though, that even the most "Ask the person to call for arrive and your route. That each month
Oct. 14. Refreshments of finely tuned and smooth- help. If they seem reluctant, way, if you do experience FEEDER PIGS 1st Friday
birthday cake, ice cream and running cars can experience give them a dime to make the trouble you'll be missed and
punch were served to 25 of her trouble on the highway. call. Under no circumstances someone can come after you. Broker We test Cattle Wednesday- O Charge

young guests that were Should a woman experience should a woman let someone Thinking ahead can preventa Have test Cattle here by 11a.m.
present to help her celebratethis trouble on the road and she is get in the car to help her startit woman from encountering 864-6196 Starke A Mile South On s.R. 100
special occasion. She alone, he has some advice. or whatever. Don't even trouble in other situations. In
received many nice gifts.


Library Bookmobile, in orderto SA
serve the community #
better is in Brooker at City .d" PRECINCT NO /I1

Hall each Thursday from 10 ..
NOVEMBER 2, 1976 4,1'c
We welcome
a.m. to noon. ).
Mrs. Harold Davis, librarian. :
This is a very necessary SIGNATURE OF ELECTOR STUB NO.1 ;"j:
service to encourage more *4
reading for the aged and ;,.


happy Mrs.to Phillis announce Corbine the birth of is BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA OFFICIAL ;j:

her son. Jason Bernard. He .
was born Saturday. Oct. 9, at PRECINCT NO. :
Shands Medical Center, in '
Gainesville. He weighed 7 Ibs., NOVEMBER 2,1976 .rA ]
1 oz. Phillis is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Phillip "Bill" STUB NO. 2 7.A

Jones of Brooker. '.

Tommy and Linda Cox OFFICIAL BALLOT
celebrated their wedding ,_

6.anniversary Wednesday Oct. GENERAL ELECTION :i


Cone. Oct. 6; Linda Cox, Oct.
10; Tommy Cox Oct. 10; PRECINCT NO :

Ebsen Parrish. Oct. 10; NOVEMBER 2, 1976 .;
Oct. 10 Ann
Dorothy Truett, ;
Truett Oct. 16. To vote for a person whose name is printed on the ballot, place across(1X1) mark in the square at the RIGHT of the name of \;.[
PERSONALSMr. :' the person for whom you desire to vote. To vote for a write in candidate write his name in the blank space provided for that purpose. .
Ken and Mrs. Joann
Russ visited their son Doug

and Mrs. Ernestine: Tendleyall rejection by the electors, will result in a va-
of Gainesville visited their ELECTORSFor CONGRESSIONALUnited to the annual bond payments. Limiting the .
cancy in the office upon expiration of the .
mother. Mrs. Ethel Russ; bonds which be outstanding in one fiscal -
States Senator may
Sarurdav night Oct. 9. President current term; and to provide that the
andVice-President (Vote for ones) governor fill vacancies on the supreme courtor year, to.$100,000,000. .

BROOKER 4-11 !NEWS on a district court of appeal by appointing
The Brooker 4-H club had its LAWTON CHILES \fo. (Oem.) FOR THE AMENDMENT
regular meeting. Thursday, (Vote for Group) r.. a person nominated by .appropriate ._w..,
October 14. at the Brooker "JOHN GRADY (Rep.) judicial nominating commission for a term AGAINST THE AMENDMENT .
Elementary School. The main ending on the first Tuesday after the first
of this meeting was to
let purpose the members who signedup JIMMY CARTER Monday in January of the year following NO. 6 .

for projects meet the group For President the next general election occuring at least CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT

leaders in each project. The WALTER F. MONDALE STATEState one year after the date of appointment. ARTICLE
groups and the leaders are: For Vice-President
Citizenship and Public TreasurerVote Proposing an amendment to the State Con-
Speaking. Mr. Bigham; REPUBLICAN PARTY ( for one) stitution to prohibit by July 1, 1978 and
Sewing I I.: Mrs. Crosby; thereafter, the number of full-time salaried
Sewing 2. Mrs. Ann Starling; BilL GUNTER (Oem.) AGAINST THE AMENDMENT
Handwork :Mrs. Ethyl GERALD R. FORD state employees, excluding officers electedby

Douglas. Special Interest, _For President BETTY ARMISTEAD (Rep.) NO.3 popular vote and persons appointed to

Mrs. Jean Parrish; ROBERT DOLE CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT fill such offices, from exceeding one percentof
Woodworking. Mr. Vallengaand For Vice-Presiden1
Mr. Cox; Swine Mr. Commissioner, ARTICLE V. SECTION 12 the official estimate of the state popula-

Crosby. Charm. Mrs. Tommy AMERICAN PARTY Florida Public Service CommissionVote Proposing an amendment to Section 12 of tion for the preceding year; and prohibitthe

Outlay. Dog Care. Mr. Article V of the State Constitution to number of part-time state employeesfrom
Tomlinson; Cake Decorating TOM ANDERSON ( for one) pro-
Miss Charlene Melvin; For President vide that proceedings before the judicial exceeding ten percent of the full-time

Horses Mrs. Stilwell; Dairy, RUFUS SHACKELFORO KATIE NICHOLS (Oem.) qualifications commission shall be confidential employees; but the governor, with the approval -

Mr. Outlaw. Rabbits Mr. For Vice-Presiden1 until the filing of formal charges againsta of three members of the cabinet, may
Mrs. Janie
Kirkland. Beef.
Hayes and Everett Hayes. justice or judge with the Clerk of the be authorized by law to approve additional

The members of the club INDEPENDENT CANDIDATE Supreme Court, to require the Judicial positions to meet emergencies for the dura-

would like to thank these adult EUGENE J. McCARTHY PROPOSED AMENDMENTSTO Qualifications Commission to make avail- tion of the emergency.
leaders for spending their
time and cooperation with us. For President THE CONSTITUTION OF THE ible all information in its p llession upon FOR THE AMENDMENT

Also we "would like anyone in SHARON STONE KILPATRICK STATE OF FLORIDAMark request of the Speaker of the House of Re-

the Brooker area to join our For Vice-Presiden1 presentatives or the Governor, to providethat AGAINST THE AMENDMENT
club; 4-H is open to anyone a Cross (X) in the square at the right
regardless of color or national FOR the Amendments or AGAINST the improper motive shall not be requiredfor
origin. Reporter: Mike LYNDON H.' LA ROUCHE Amendments. removal of a justice or judge whose con- NO., 7

Starling. For President NO 1CONSTITUTIONAL duct demonstrates unfitness to hold office, CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT

P.T.A.SPECIALCARNIVAL:. WAYNE For Vice-President EVANS AMENDMENT and to provide for service on the Supreme ARTICLE I I. SECTION 18

:MEETINGA : : :. ARTICLE, SECTION Court by certain chief judges of the judicial Proposing an amendment to the State Con-

special P.T A. meeting for circuits, rather than justices of the Supreme stitution to authorize the Legislature to
the planning of the Halloween FOR WRITE-IN VOTES FOR ELECTORSFOR Proposing an amendment to the State Con-
Carnival's various activities Court, when the Judicial Qualifications Com- nullify or suspend any rule or regulation
stitution relating to Ethics in Government ;
was held Monday Oct. 18 at PRESIDENT AND VICE-PRESIDENT mission has undertaken proceedings againsta promulgated by the executive branch of
providing that a public office is a public
Brooker Elementary School.It
justice of the Supreme Court. state government and providing a procedurefor
Vote for Each
will begin with the parade at trust; requiring certain public officials and
the deferral of such nullification
the Farmers Market at 4:30: candidates to file full and public disclosureof FOR THE AMENDMENT any
pm. Saturday. Oct 30. and which rule or regulation is without or in ex-
marching down main street financial interests and campaign finances; cess of delegated legislative authority.
displaying the costumes to be providing that public officers and employeeswho AGAINST THE AMENDMENT

judged "The most" original" breach the public trust for private gain FOR THE AMENDMENT
"the and "the NO.4CONSTITUTIONAL
prettiest." the shall be liable to the state for benefits ob
arrival at
ugliest, upon AMENDMENT
I school. The programs are to tained; providing that public officers and AGAINST THE AMENDMENT
L be basically the same as prior employees convicted of a felony involving ARTICLE VII, SECTION 3

r years. With the Cake Walk breach of trust shall be subject to forfeitureof Proposing amendments to Sections 3 and 4 NO.8
featured last on the agenda. and the creation of Section 16 of Article CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT
I We are planning a bigger and pension; prohibiting certain past and pre-
better Carnival this year. In sent public officers from representing clientsfor VII of the State Constitution authorizingtax ARTICLE X

order to help the school won't compensation before certain public exemptions and assessments at less than Proposing to add Section 14 to Article X

you join PERSONALSMr. us? :' agencies; providing for an independent commission just valuations for purposes of community of the State Constitution to provide that increases -

I and Mrs. Elton F. to investigate and report on com- redevelopment or renewal of slum or blighted in the benefits payable under any

Watson and Ellen visited their plaints; providing for a schedule of filing areas and authorizing the use of portionsof governmental supported retirement system

sister Mrs. Paul this Prescott.week dates and information. the ad valorem tax revenues derived from after January 1, 1977, be fully funded by
and her family past
end. They went over to Lake a community redevelopment project and the governmental unit.

Butler and picked up Aunt FOR THE AMENDMENT the issuance of bonds pledged to such revenues -
Mamie Markham. and visited FOR THE AMENDMENT
for the of
purpose financing or refinancing -
Mikell in
Aunt MarIe
Macclenny.{ Sunday afternoon such community redevelopment AGAINST THE AMENDMENT

before returning home to activity.
Lakeland Mr. and Mrs. NO. 2
accompanied by thePrescott's AMENDMENT
granddaughter Rhonda, Proposing an amendment to the State Con-
visited their nephew Lee and Proposing an amendment to the State Con-
stitution to provide that each appellate district -
Gloria Bradley and their sons stitution to authorize a capitol and mansion
Ricky and David in Palalka shall have at least one supreme court CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT commission with authority to establish and
and Lee's mother, Ora Lee, justice selected from the district to the su ARTICLE VII. SECTION 16
visited while they were there. preme court and that justices of the supreme Proposes an amendment to Article VII of maintain a plan for the furnishing, decora
Sgt. C.J. "Tony" Prescott ting end alteration of the capitol building
and his son Willie came by fora court and judges of district courts of appeal the State Constitution to provide a new complex and the governor's mansion.r .
visit Monday, Oct. 11 with submit themselves for retention or rejectionby Section 16 which authorizes the issuance of

his uncle Paul Prescott and the electors in a general election every revenue bonds to finance or refinance hour FOR THE AMENDMENT

family from Tampa.on their He's way stationedat home six years, and that failure to submit to a ing and related facilities in Florida, secured

Ft. Benning Ga. vote for retention or rejection, or a vote of primarily by pledged revenues at least equal AGAINST THE AMENDMENT



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I Telephone Business Office To Be Relocated In Starke ;,1Local 1

telephone business, no longer be routed through in and Nov. 9 business office I... re local area Brown said, in further step service toward Brown Improved said. visited facilities Starke here,and will examined combinethe 'i
service will once the Brown said the company's Nov. 4 Bonifay customer ,
repalrband In a Starke will Bonifay office. The move decision to again have a and 10 in Starke The PSC has established. answer to a question.The is Continental Telephone, Brown greeter office now on West'
necessitate a reduction in the There is no move by the company's growth the Call Street, the warehouse on
0 ice which will combine alln the business office in Starke is not not given company where it feels says, Is simply reflecting
rural business functions, staff at Bonifay and related to the rate increase on assurance that a rate increasewill company to re-establish now at the stage nation-wide trend toward East Call Street, and pole I''
1 )well Brown, division additional the increased staff here to handle which public hearings are set be granted if the Starke business offices in any other adequate to provide this consumerism. yard on SR-16 two mile east of
immercial manager in services, said Service can be satisfactorily Starke.
c llanta. for Continental Brown and the phone provided from Bonifay, Service will be improved,

[lephone of the South, told Charles company's Titmus.local manager, Won't Take Grievances Brown said. He said he can Titmus says, because
I Telegraph Friday,Oct. 15. Kerrigan identify no customer servicemen can get on the
Since May, 1974, repair and "Frankly, I'm extremely complaints that could not be way to the complaint quickly,
ost business functions have happy we're going to get a handled solely because the rather than having to run
een administrativelyandled chance"to make this thing go Board Tonight office is now in Bonifay. He around collecting trucks In ?
again, Titmus Hospital '
through Bonifay, states. Before did acknowledge local one place and equipment in **)
lorida headquarters for "We promise our utmost customer resistance to another. In the new office the (
ontinental Telephone of the effort to make it work," moving the business office person handling switching
Titmus added, Bradford County Senior settlement of employees At that time, hospital
small customer speaking for complaints.He are being however. complaints will be sitting in '
outn. Only a ,
office has been the loyal employees. Citizens President Joe said he'd met with chief constantly postponed"I administrator Dick has the same room with the
aintained re ter in Starke. Thrust of the entire Kerrigan says he has no plansto clerk Dorothy Alvarez, who have no proof for my Edmondson had promised a The company improvementin persons receiving the call 4
of company (Continental take his organization's told him the hospital's staff allegations," Kerrigan said, standardized salary schedule experienced calls an in 1976 over from the customer. No longer
Reversal the Telephone of the South), complaints about Bradford was just as interested as he "But all my Informationcomes but referred job relatedcomplaints repair the local will such complaints have to {
entralization policy results Brown sa id,is to provide more County Hospital to the Boardof was in improving on problemareas from sources I believeto to the department 1975, said Titmus, be routed through Bonifay, Y ,.
om a company move to customer service "if we can Trustees, which Is meeting as he was. be truthful. I know this for a supervisors.Hospital. manager. reached back to the local office, then I I ,
prove customer service, get rates tonight (Oct. 21)). Miss Alvarez had further fact The decision,
to support the no : many elderly people are employees when Brown and given to the person who will 1
ays Brown. service." "I have not been invited to comment on the matter.In scared to go near Bradford received an eight percent Thursday actually make the switch
j "We're really doing it as a The the meeting to discuss the Ray Osbourne, Continental'splant
phone company his letter Kerrigan County Hospital. across the board pay raise from AtlantaConference required to the equipment
ustomer service factor, currently has before the problems, and I'm not alleged that- Hospital employees had effective October 7,The action manager
brown said. The phone Florida Public Service planning to go," Kerrigan -the Board of Directors presented a list of more than followed a two percent raise I
Company had been looking for Commission a request for an procrastinate in making 20 grievances to a special given employees in June. Title WithinTigers'
some time for a place to put $: 18.000 across-the-board rate said.Kerrigan, who last week decisions on hospital policy Board of Trustees meeting The salary increases are
the office. The company Carlood last increase. Under the proposed wrote Governor Askew -patients are neglected, July 8. Among the complaintswere expected to be offset by the $8 I
week purchased the increase, typical charge for a concerning the dissatisfactionof especially elderly ones low pay, inequity of a day room rate increase
Interiors building at 384 North residence one-party line some of the hospital's -an anesthetist was kept salaries for persons with recently approved. Cost of a Grasp Tomorrow
Temple Avenue. would jump from $8.30 a patients and staff, said a waiting five months for a similar jobs, high cost of semi private room at BCH is ,
The new office will offer one month to $12.10 and a typical grievance committee had contract, when the usual meals in the hospital kitchens now $64 and a private room is Union County High can among the state's 2-A schools .-
stop, one number service for business rate would go from Been set up at the hospital in period Is a month or sogrlevances and other job related $68. These rates went into wrap up another in a long Union County High head
all functions. Repair calls will $15.15 to $24.24. an attempt to speed up .- of hospital problems. effect October 1. series of Suwannee football Coach Charlie

Conference football Roberts is not taking the
championships with a victoryover Panther challenge lightly
Newberry High in
"With the exception of
Newberry tomorrow night
Wildwood, (which defeated
(Friday, Oct. 22)),
theTiger 6-5 for their lone lossto
Newberry's Panthers are date) we are expecting our
final hurdle in the of
I- the path
toughest game so far from
# Union County's Tigers on their them" Coach Roberts said
way to yet another conference earlier this week of the
championship.Both Newberry squad.
squads take identical

5-1 overall records into the Coach Roberts notes the
conference matchup in Panthers lone loss thus far
Newberry Friday night, with was a 28-8 setback at the
the Tigers owning a better hands of No.3 ranked Santa
record in conference play by Fe. UHS faces Santa Fe next
virtue of having played more week.
FOOTBALL CONTEST Suwannee rivals to date than
the Panthers. All five Newberry victoriesto
Despite the fact that his date have been shut out
Tigers are fourth ranked"I wins, Roberts adds.

Football Contest Enters


S S ''"4 'j MERCHANTS Final Week, Still Close \

Apparently, the Telegraph's football contest is going right
p 1: BY 5:00: P.M. down to the wire with a number of entrants still tightly
grouped around the 23 correct predictions mark,as we enter ''j
; 7" this, the final week.

\ ..... ., It's still anybody's ballgame, and this week's games will
certainly decide the final winners. The games are listed on a
300.00 FRIDAY special advertising page in this edition.
M25.00 75.00 The large number of persons with nearly identical
predictions over the past two weeks make it necessary to goa

FIRST PRIZE SECOND PRIZE THIRD PRIZE tie breaker in this week's contest.We are asking entrants to
guess how many points the Miami Dolphins will score in
there meeting with the Tampa Bay Bucs this weekend. In .I
a the event that two persons finish with exactly the same
number of correct predictions from the possible 60, the
RULES OF THE CAME person coming the closest to the Dolphins' final score against
Tampa will be declared the winner

Pick the winners for each game. No score necessary. Leave your entry Winners in last week's store drawings from the entry
forms each business receives are: Jan S. McRae of Starkeat
with Merchants listed below. Enter every week. This contest is opento the Telegraph; Vincent Porchiazzo of Starke at Baldwin
= Chevrolet, Joe Locke of Lawtey at Piggly Wiggly, Riley
everyone except employees of this newspaper and their families Sweat, Jr. of Starke at Sawyer-Slade, David Godsey of

The most correct score sheets tabulated for three weeks will win Starke at Badcock's Furniture, J.D. Seymour of Starke at
The Office Lee of Starke
Shop, Mary Taylor at American
$300.00, the second most correct will with the second prize, t Family Sound Radio and C.B. and Betty Anne Phillips of
Starke at Jackson Building l Supply.
$125.00, and third most correct will win third prize, $75.00. 9 f fIn t

case of a tie prize money will be divided equally. BUS Coaches Praise Offensive LineIn

can't say enough about there," said Coach Hurse.
1 all the kids. They had a job to "The defense has shown
do, and they went out and did pretty good improvement in
OFFICIAL ENTRY FORM WILL BE PUBLISHED v' ) it," says offensive line coach the past few weeks." Hurse
Ted Jornov of the said Lawrence Patrick did a
't performance his linemen put good job filling in for the

EACH WEE lll THE TELEGRAPH on footballers In leading 35-7 Bradford over High a side injured linebacker.Lee Casey at weak

-- potentially good Ware County Tackle Roland Cummings
High squad from Waycross, played his best game by far,
THIS WEEK'S GAMES IP Georgia. said the Head Tornado. The
I I.
fl "The entire offensive line play of defensive ends Jay
did a good job. I'm pleased Godwin and Keith Carter is
NAME I E .1' with their over-all effort," showing improvement, Hurse

,, Each Merchant says Jornov of the forewall added.
for the bomb, I
which blocked well enough for "Except one
Tornado backs to rush for a thought our secondary played
'I Will Also Have Ai season high of 414 yards. good football," he added. The
Guard Waiscel Hines: secondary is composed by
l In-House Drawing/ center Jeffery Jockel and cornerback Erie Biggs
tight end Steve Earnest were monster Charlie Revel and
CITY From Entry Blanks all named co-lineman( of the Essau Bright, and safeties
Franklin Bell and Kenny
I week for the offense. Hines
NO SCORES Turned In AfHisBusiness turned in the most consistent Aycox.
I CHECK THE WINNERS ONLY I I p performance on the offensive Erie Biggs was named the
7. Tornado defensive back of the
line, Jornov pointed out. He
BRADFDRDHIGH-STAUGUSTINE also cited tackle Lawrence week, said Coach Denny
I UNION COUNTY HIGH NEWBERRY KENT STATE-VA.TECH Budgett and guard Issac Hansen. Biggs did a good job

HIGH-HASTINGS FLORIDA A & M -TENN. STATEFURMANRICHMOND rI Cumming for a good ball coming up to take the pitch
I KEYSTONE HEIGHTS j game.Tornado. man on the option play when
GEORGIA TECH-TULANE coach devised a the Waycross split end would
I FLORIDA-TENNESSEE PENN STATE W.VIRGINIA "pretty good" game plan and crack down (dome back
NEBRASKA-MISSOURI PRIZES TO BE the players executed it well inside) on the Tornado ,
I CHICAGO- DALLAS COWBOYS I pp enough so they were able to linebacker.
HOUSTON-ARKANSAS GIVEN AWAY stick with the plan. The Biggs fired up and stopped the
I COLORADO-IOWA STATE CINCINNATI-HOUSTON OILERS"S I Tornado defense gave the option behind the line of
DIEGO-CLEVELAND BROWNS ,7 offense good field position to scrimmage. He also
SYRACUSETEMPLE8ETHUNECOOKMAN I WILL BE LISTED start from Jornov stated. intercepted a pass and
I TUSKEECEE MIAMI DOLPHINS- TAMPA BUCS 1!: .. 0I The BHS kicking game generally played tight pass
helped a lot, Jornov said. defense.
I UNDER EACHSPONSORS calling the yards saved The pass defense play of
Against f "hidden yardage." It safety Kenny Aycox was also
TIEBREAKER MIAMA DOLPHINS' Score :8----N--J gives us
L.I ._ _: __ _-_ # NAM a lot of breathing room, cited by Hansen. Aycox
4 instead of starting us down intercepted the Gators in the
'," deep in our own territory." Tornado end zone, ending the
"We're pleased with the only Waycross scoring threat.
consistency our offensive line Among the front seven, the
has shown. Coach Jornov has five down linemen and two
i No Obligation To Buy, Just Leave Your Entry Form With The Following Merchants done a good job with the linebackers, tackle Roland
boys" says Head Tornado Cummings, a 185 pound
BALDWIN AMERICAN FAMILY David Hurse, who junior, was named the
SAWYERSLADEGAS BADCOCKS THE TELEGRAPH unhesitatingly states the defensive lineman of the
Tornado offensive line week. Cummings had five
CHEVROLET FURNITURE 964.6305SOUND RADIO & C.B. present is one of the best he's coachedin individual tackles and three
)135W. Call St Starke some assists. That tied the
W Call St. Starke years. performance of linebacker
OLDS The head Tornado was' no
332 W. Madison St 984-7701 128 S. Walnut St. 964-5289 1 YEARS SUBSCRIPTION less pleased with the Lawrence Patricft and was
301 N 964-7500 RADIO/ A CB MONITOR performance of his offensive just behind that of defensiveend
CALCULATOR ELECTRIC BLANKET TO THE TELEGRAPH t'tttic. Eo' backfield. Quarterback Keith Carter who had
OIL & LUBE JOBWISHBONE individual tackles and
Jimmy Prevatt, at the seven
Tornado helm for the third two assists.
straight year, played a Defensive tackle Roland
consistent game. Prevatt Cummings had a great
PIGGLY WIGGLY completed seven of 11 passes. 'ballgame against Waycross.
BUILDING FAMILY CENTER Hurse also thought fullback o said defensive line coach Mike
Jimmy Clark, running back ()Sexton. "It is the best
FRIED CHICKEN SUPPLY Starke Plaza BradfordSquar. Andrew Carter, running back I ballgame he's played this
110W Call 964-5764 Kenny Aycox,and Prevatt ran 1 year. Roland has shown lots of
N. Cherry St. 964-6078 473-4973 2 BOOKS hard and with good balance. improvement over the year."
236 S. Temple 964-5858 PRESTO PRESSURE COOKER PEN & PENCIL SET Clark, Carter, and Aycox all Sexton also singled out weak
NUT PICKS rushed for over 100 yards. side linebacker LawrencePatrick
The Tornado defense "hung for a good ballUCIUD"I 1lIIU'
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Community- News By Elisabeth> (liven* Walter I ... r- ff1Irt!dllffJ

Brownie Troop 352 meets Rev Richard Bethel, Pastor 9:30.: Everyone is asked to Study. Sunday at 5:30: FreeCaanon True Church of GENERAL ELECTION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
each !Monday at It.J.E. School Service activities as follows: attend Fellowship House at 3 H.Y.P.U. The public is Invitedto God in Unity: Elder Sampson TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1976 EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
room 2-D at 3:30: with Mrs Sunday Services will begin .m. attend all services. White, Pastor. Weekly DISTRICT ONE DAVE FLORIDAIN
B.J. Lennon and !Mrs S.J. with Sunday School at 10 a.m. p Pleasant Grove Church will Macedonia Freewill Baptist services began with Prayer SHUFORD AND FOR BRADFORD

!Morris, leaders in charge. which will begin the Home have a week of Prayer Church: Rev. G.N. Butler, Service at 7:30: Tuesday night. PRECINCT # 1 FIRE COUNTYCIVIL
Parents are invited to coming service planned. beginning Monday night Oct. Pastor. Weekly Service began Wednesday night at 7:30: STATION LAWTEY. ACTION
cooperate with the leaders for !Morning Worship at Ham. 18 to 22 for a Revival Service. with Prayer Meeting and Tarrying Service. Friday Clerk: Hazel Muse. CASE No.76276IN
with Hev Enic Allen Preaching will begin Monday Bible Study Wednesday night night Bible Study. Sunday Inspectors: Gloria W. Rowe RE: The adoption of LISA
success.Junior Troop bH4 delivering the message. The night October 25 through 29. at 8 p.m. Sunday School will Services will begin with Dorothy Bennett, Alberta lee MARIE MALLORY, a minor CLASSIFIED AD RATES

Junior Troop 684 meets each Girl Scouts 691 will be in Services will start nightly at begin services as 10 a.m. Sunday School at 10 a.m. Colston. BY: MICKEY MALLORY her

Tuesday from 3:30: to 4:30: in attendance for morning 7:30.: Sunday services will Evening Service at 11 a.m. Morning Worship at 11 a.m. PRECINCT N 2 FIRE Stepfather- Deadline for Insertion

Room 1-D R.J.Evith worship. begin with Sunday School at 10 Evening Worship at 5 p.m. Evening Worship at 6. STATION LAWTEY. NOTICE OF SUIT Tuesday Noon preceding
Elizabeth G. Walker and There will be a Musical a.m. Visitors are always Church of God In Christ: Clerk: Hazel Jones. NO PROPERTYTO Thursday before
Audrey Griffin leaders in the Program at 3 p.m. featuringthe welcome. Service activities as follows: Ebenezer Baptist and New Inspectors: Bardie Fayson, : JOSEPH EDWARD MANN publication.

charge. All Girl Scouts are Clifton Singers. The public The First Born Church of Friday night the HospitalityClub Bethel Baptist Churches: Bertha McCulley, Zeporah YOU ARE HEREBY
invited to attend all meetingsand is invited to attend. the Living God Elder S.V. will have their anniver- Rev. L.R. Davis, Pastor. Jennings. NOTIFIED that an action for Minimum Charge 12.00
participate in activitiesfor l1t.Iorlah: and Pleasant Cohens, Pastor Service sary celebration at 8 p.m. The Service at Ebenezer Church PRECINCT # 3 Adoption has been filed againstyou (Covers IS Words)
a successful Scout. All Grove United Methodist Activities as follows: Second public is invited to attend will begin Tuesday night Bible BRADFORD COUNTY FAIR Joseph Edward Mann and Each word over 15

Scouts are looking Coward to a Church: Parish Rev and fourth Sundays Sunday Sister Willie Mae Britt Study Thursday night Bible BUILDING. you are required to serve a copy 10>>cents

successful sear in scouting. Willie Stilt, Pastor service School at 10:30: a.m. Morning president Sunday Serviceswill Study at 7:30.: Sunday Schoolat Clerk: Ruby Crawford. of your written defenses if any
The girls having birthdays activities as follows: Weekly Worship at 11 :30 a.m. begin with Sunday Schoolat 9:45: will conclude servicesfor Inspectors: Shellle Gone, tVfke to it, on the plaintiff's attorney All Classified Ads must be

in this month were honored at services began with Prayer Y.P.C.W. at 6 p.m. 7:45: 9:30: Morning Worship at Sunday. Rev. Davis Glhooly Hazel S. Morgan. whose name and address. is paid for In advance unless
the meeting on October 19 by meeting Tuesday night. Choir Evening Service, Weekly 11:30.: YP.W.W 6:30: With anniversary celebration George H. Pierce Pierce & you have an established
... the Sister Scouts of the Troop. rehearsal will be held next Services Tuesday night 7:45: Sister Jimmie Thomas in be held Nov, 5 and 7, 1976. DISTRICT 2 GEORGE W. Hardy P.O. Drawer 1030, account with the

t'III.Kt \K\\h: week Sunday Services will Prayer Service. Friday night charge. Evening Worship at ROBERTS. Starke Florida 32091 and file Telegraph In that event 50
:Ml.ion \\1.1.: ; Church begin with Sunday School at Tarrying Services. 7:30: p.m. Elder D.R. Williams New Bethel services will PRECINCT # 4 the original with the clerk of the cents extra charge for

Antioch Missionary: Baptist Pastor. begin with Prayer Meetingand BRADFORD COUNTY above styled court on or before billing. Not responsible for

Church: Rev. Dennis Strong, Greater {Bethlehem Bible Study Wednesday VOLUNTEER FIRE November 5, 1976; otherwise a errors when given over the
STOP MS' DRAFTS-SAVE FUEL! Pastor. Weekly Services Freewill Baptist Church: night at ::30 Sunday Serviceswill DEPARTMENT GRAND judgement may be entered phone or when copy Is not

Thursday night Prayer Rev. Jasper Williams, Pastor begin at 9:45.: Sunday STREET. against you for the relief typed and brought to the

1 with 7 ;ahI ORIGINAL c WINDOWS.NpAS Meeting at 730.: Sunday Service activities. Weekly Service Morning Worship at Clerk: Joe Gissy. demanded In the complaint or office.
G DOORS. PORCHES Services will begin with services began with the Tiny 11 am The Fellowship Hour Inspectors: Oleeta Hardenbrook, petition.
U' (,
will be held
-J'K PLASTIC aeaicziwAYS Sunday School at ,10 a.m. Tots meeting Monday night at 3 p.m. Evening Mildred Autry Ernestine WITNESS my hand and the MISCELLANEOUSREDUCE
0"eNao',.' CLE.AII '\ 71' !Morning Worship at 11 a.m. Tuesday night Prayer Worship at 4:30. Underbill seal of said Court on September
CgySTAL & \ -*o Choir Union at 3 in Meeting at 7:30. Wednesday Greater Allen Chapel PRECINCT # 5 28, 1976.
&* pm SAFE and font
-- <$. '. I Keystone Fla. Evening night Senior Choir rehearsal. Geastie A.M.E. Church: Rev R.G. BRADFORD HIGH SCHOOL Gilbert.Brown with Gob.M Tablet and E-

I Service at 7 p.m. Thursday Story Hour at the pastor. Weekly AUDITORIUM.Clerk As Clerk of said Court V.p "water pill. from
1. t ,yoU. God'slIracle: and church. Friday night Junior service began with Prayer : Nita McRea. By: Beulah M. MoodyAs Andrew Pharmacy, 356
,\ ,work .0 C"IEHm!! Deliverance Outreach Choir rehearsal at 6 p.m. At 8 Meeting and Class Meeting Inspectors: Kathy Struth Ella Deputy Clerk We.t Madlioa St., Stark*.

LetS TheA SU"Oa : .. Church: For all people of God p.m. Macedonia Freewill Tuesday night at 8 p.m. Mae Chastain, Ann Samons 10/74tchg 10/28 12lL! ll/t. _____
and Holiness. Inc. 1114 Oak Baptist Church from Lawtey, Sunday services will begin PRECINCT#6 HOME OF
.,.. .,.....,..*.** *0_ ".. (ASH CI i Mti TO I.STALLI IMMT Street. Elder Singleton, Fla will render service. with Sunday School at 945.: EL. (NOOK) NORMAN, NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO NEW GOBJSa: ;
49Your />"". *". ,'. J!",*''''>"." \ Pastor Overseer 1.Z Saturday dinners will be sold Morning Worship at 11 a.m. BAYLESS HIGHWAY REGISTER GRAPEFRUIT DIET PILL
Only "
r-_ "> _- < Morning Lat .atl.fylng meal and low '
Supply StoeWARP Service from the kitchen. Sunday dark: Mary Ella Watterson. FICTITIOUS NAME
and Bldg. Montgomery. Andrew
At Hardware activities as follow Sunday services will begin with Immediately after morning Inspectors: Linda Bowen, Madie Pursuant to Section 865.09 weight Pharmacy
Plastics Sine 1924 356 West Madison St..
BROS. Chicago 60651 PL" "" service a church conferencewill
'. '" ." .t, Y ., '0' Mon. Nth. School at 10 a.m. !Morning Sunday School at 930.; be held. At that time the Prater Margaret L. Norman, Florida Statutes, notice is Starke!! :_10/21 4 tpd U. /n.
'" at 11 hereby that the
Worship at 11 a.m. Weekly Morning Worship a m.Dinner given
Hardware & Building Supply Services as follows: Monday will be served at 1230The : pastor will elect officers for DISTRICT 3 RALPH P. undersigned Stuart Wishart BUSINESS
ACME night Prayer Band Meeting at Men's Day Program will the conference year. All BRYAN. Route 1 1. Box 294E Starke, OPPORTUNITY 2
terminate at 3 members are asked to pleasebe PRECINCT RJE HIGH Florida 32091 doing business Week from
301 E Call St. Starke FLa 32091 j 7'30 Thursday night Prayer p.m. Everyoneis now you can
Meeting. Friday night Bible invited to attend. present SCHOOL. under the firm name of "STU'S open your own LADIES'

Inspectors: Corean McNeal Starke Florida 32091 intendsto complete Information, call

if's a lad... I E IGLIE Christine Harmon Margaret register said fictitious name New World Faihlon. 904-
lOll "AlmIS Sea Williams. under the provisions of aforesaid 764..7612.<< !!!l.!!.!:..10/21 1 lid


1 Clerk: Bernadine Early. Dated this 30th day of
"Dt why? price' I BANMAMIRICARD ,, opportunity. Call Erma
Inspectors: Sue Little, Peggy September A.D. 1976 at John 964-5483 or Annetta
Sheller Sue ArcherPRECINCT Starke Florida. B.. lie. 372-4444. Itchc

# 9 9304tchn10-21( 10/21.! -___________

Clerk SOUTHSIDE: Shirley SCHOOL.Moore.
Inspectors: Lucile Godwin Pearl REGISTER

Pickering Frances McLendon. FICTITIOUS NAME Legal:

The top brands in the ft S.A on sale Thursday Friday Saturday HODGES.PRECINCT DISTRICT N#4 -10 E.W.- hereby Florida Pursuant Statutes given to Section that notice 865.09 the is IN BRADFORD THE CIRCUIT COURT COUNTY FOR

James F. Cowart
undersigned ,
: Clerk: Belle Lovell. Florida 32091, and George W Number 76.211CPDivision
C.P.O. JACKETS Ii'" Inspectors: Mattie Sibley, Lewis Rt. 2. Box 93-A-2, 2490

HAVOLINE Martha Kodatt Roberta Dodd Starke Florida 32091 doing
1r business under the firm name
Yo a- BOYS' S, M, L Clerk: Ruth Reed CONDITIONING" SALES &
P SERVICE 105 East Madison
Inspectors: Ullian Hall, Sarah NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONTO
TEXACO Street Starke, Florida 32091
10.88w"ey Taylor, Rebecca Stevenson.
f .' intends to register said fictitious
; ) HEN'S S, H, LM '; OF COMMERCE, STARKE. name aforesaid under the provisions of CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
SVPM. M Mtt M fcuarlMS Clerk: Barbara Valinski James F. Cowart and GeorgeF. AGAINST THE ABOVE ESTATE
'" rid' utter( it i fiKtlM if' ntncri Inspectors: Myrtle Anderson AND ALL OTHER PERSONS
tit N costlf *MH* *. / Alice Barren, Madhne Waters. Lewis joint owners. INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE:
SAYE 21'- TEXACO SAYE 23% i.oo t SAYE_ _1.01_ CM "I it cieu ma,. o* cro. Dated this 21st day of
tat t km .. October, A.D., 1976 at Starke
a yI ,edits, DtlntaMt... nits, Florida.
4 ttsp PAULK.
49DISCOUNT c..... 3 8 8 DISCOUNT N PRICE WAS V AM"Tli'RI chins 11 trial. tillili BMIsm \ f 1 PRECINCT # 13 A 1021 4tpd 11/11/ estate the of administration KYLE A LUNGER of the

Court for Bradford
Mixon Christine Lawson,
address of which
Pursuant to Section 865.09 is
Louise Kite.PRECINCT. CirCI
County Courthouse,
Florida Statutes, notice is
# 13B Florida 32091 l. The
II.I' I VOLUNTEER FIRE hereby given that the
iii undersigned Faye King Route 2, representative of the i
oI: 3 MirsMi Box 74-F. Starke, Florida 32091, ESTHER R. LUNGER .
Clerk: Katie Stokes address is 725 McMahon
JMUTMIEVERIIU business under the firm
I .I--r74, ) Inspectors: Paulette Arnold doing name of FAYES III BEAUTY Starke, Florida 32091 Thi$
\ !5 r Norma Jean Lefevers Bonnie
7 E n MiUNWSTCLOX SALON," intends to register name and address of .th

; CANNON 'hY : 5.88WAS.MI McKinney Bogle said fictitious name under the personal representative'
,.,, PRECINCT 114 NEW attorney are set forth below
5 of aforesaid statute. j
SAYE b UVE 1.00 sm 17% VALUE PLUS! _< r; NATIONAL GUARD ARMORY provisions Faye King, owner. All persons having clanna-or
99c STARKE. Dated this 30th day of demands against the estate'!$te
237 1.22 2.88 3.88 i Clerk: Frances Dansby September A.D. 1976 at required WITHIN THREE
Inspectors: Irma Buford Ruby
rirnr,MTV, in,wMirs SAn 1/X Starke FlorIda. MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF

INT. SETTER MILEAGE. II OZ. WITH SHATTERPROOF LENS COLORFUL PAINTS, 2BUSS Girls I211 realm1 103. beys' SA 3 99 '.Ellllilln. ; BROOKER IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR written statement of any claimor "
/MieisHO IM.1712 i sizes PUNT IN SOU Clerk: Muriel Kelly.
.... slrE foot BRADFORD COUNTY, demand they may have. Each
.Q. SUPER LOW DISCOUNT PRICE Inspectors: Doris Kelly Theo FLORIDA claim must be in writing. and

+.. ]-/(. IURCESS LI. JERGENSCO WATER EN'S HESS SLAMS FROM 2.96 Dyal Lorraine McClellan. TSWk 76328IN must indicate the basis for the
J'r I -.n.. j. ILULlIlEOUROES WASH OR 1TOZ.OWNT TIE #1 MASER IN TIE NATION WERE IvMIOZ. PRECINCT 158 ROBERT RE the Marriage of HENRY" claim the name and address of

< UTTERIES, FAIRIO A lAp Mil iidctta if a.nr/ DOBBS' RESIDENCE ROAD "5 Ml I(if. JR.. Husband and the creditor or his agent {x
BAIA"ES C CELL S SOFTENER tin_ CHI_ dories_ _.1YMIN1 4 100 WEST SHIRLEY E. SMITH Wife. attorney and the amount
y 1.44 a Oerk: Margie Dobbs. NOTICE SUIT claImed. If the claim is not yet'!
."a.. D CEll 1.11 47C VALUE Inspectors: Glenda Andrews, TO: SHIRLEY E. SMITH duethe date when it will

wtajr6 SAVE 12% Marie Banks Barbara Balkcom. 361 Greentree Drive become due shall be stated.1 If
slll? I F East Stroudsberg Pa. 18301 the claim is contingent ixunliquidated
VALUE PLUS!' SAVE 1,00 ') SAVE 25% "' MEN'S IANLIN TNI lllilNALLEWS ILIEKNIM 1 tchg 10/21 YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat the nature of the\

I-POSITION y PINE SOL FOAM SAVE 1,0 NTLINSTRETCN JEANS 1 an action for Dissolution of uncertainty shall be stated. If tjw
UNF-VNF TV SPRAT UTNRIOMCLEANER. SKIS NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Marriage has been filed against claim is secured the security
NUVT DUTY ANTENNAWATERPROOF 17 IZ.O I jJJJ 3 8 21WEAlfL1Tt / 11.88 REGISTER you and you are required to shall be described The claimant
3.99 { 8 I DISCOUNTIpCEWASIff DISCOUNT MICE FICTITIOUS NAME \serve a copy of your written shall deliver sufficient copies pf
417 8hlO'
6.8' 117 J Pursuant to Section 865.09 defenses if any, to it on the claim to the clerk to enable
S.T 2.11 W"} WAS..J.t1" MEN'S TIP SPORT SNEAKERS Florida Statutes notice is RICHARD E. WELTY. Attorney the clerk to mail
Ml USIETULL SUES hereby given that the for Petitioner whose address is; each personal representative.

tt h SAYE 7 Crut brwls, |rut| nvhii! (ids VALUE PLUS! i" I undersigned Dianne James and 114 N. Walnut Street, P.O. Box All persons interested in the
II*. Cmnu wo Pf N 712 --
SAYE 11% sun CE. 995. Starke, Florida. 32091. and whom
I James Rt. 2, Box 225, estate to a copy of this
iII P[ 10
COl1 1AIN[ .'! TENPESTII SlYE 21'- i f1/IRWNr Keystone Heights\ Florida doing file the original with the Clerk of Notice of Administration has
PAPER COPS PAOPilE FIELr ..!' / E \ SWEATSUITv VALUE PITS! business under the firm name of the above.styled Court on or been mailed are required,
PNIIT IP before November WITHIN
C 1e38 NAV ; "DISSOLVES. r IH! LII/ JEMS, SUM, Keystone Heights Florida, otherwise a Judgement may be FROM THE DATE OF THE

j \ry I, PITTf1N2ITIwASj.AO' intend to register said fictitious entered against you for the relief FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
3 44
i wA3.Oi 1 38 3.97 name with the provisions of 'demanded in the Petition. NOTICE to file any objectionsthey

d +l wASi.it' ,r, DISCOUNT MICE aforesaid statute. WITNESS my hand and the may have that challengesthe
SIVE 11'- SAYE 25% L: : Li a !'wnumUuy ,, DISCOUNT PKICI Dianne James and C.E. seal of said Court on the 11th validity of the decedent's

SAVE SIX \ Jones, owners day of October, 1976.GILBERTS.. will, the qualifications, of the
I PC ANCHOR POTTING SOIL Dated this 7th day of October BROWNAS personal representative, or, the
HIM 1'hZ' e
at Starke Florida.1074tchg10 COURTBy venue or jurisdiction of the
I 28 : Beulah M.
Moody court.
= 11 94
1.47 T 4.70SM 49 10/7 4tchg 10/28 Deputy Clerk ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS.
WAt! V.S t r DISCOUNT mice WAS JAJ" A'd.' 2J 10 14 4tchg 11 4 AND OBJECTIONS NOT'WiG."l j
PLUS, jPem SAYE 2/% OirisntMt t iMprmt tope SIN Jig, y 1, ( REGISTER Date of the first publication of
mod lor ufity CnDuMl J12 7 .., / FICTITIOUS NAME this Notice of Administration: f
; 12./C. $TET[ Itl1IMi PET -M COLLAR Gres- f -y Pursuant to Section 866.09 October 14 1976 ,

r1AE CET KILLS flEAS Florida Statutes notice is la/ ESTHER R. LUNGE ,
Li AN!4 TICKS IPTl Ar( 22% 5,, VALVE put; s V I hereby given that the As Personal Representative
J 3.94 CREST IMTlrUTE. I IZ. r ij f undersigned Richard and Myrtle the if
1.97 57CWAS > 1)) "*' v Rogers, P.O. Box 1426 Estate KYLE A. LUNlirS! % }

1 wA31SYDISCOUNTPWCI Keystone Heights Fla, 32656, Deceased f)
[ M
M* (limit 2) DISCOUNT MICE SAr tltl "
YALtlE18s, :y SAY % doing business under the firm ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL \
IPIECEinCNEN IINI11 1I. ( Art 2/X TIPS, 1.96 ; HUTT," Keystone Heights, Fla., George H. Pierce. Esquire >
T !
I SET: KNIFE SNEER STAB/f ___ __1_ _A. O MUEM4 SIAVEIREAM SUES, m, L DISCOUNT MICA' WAS 3If Low DISCOUNT Mid :32666 Intends to register said P.O. Drawer 1030 ?.
I 11 ASST. 'sheer I 11IZ.I fictitious name under the Starke, Florida 32091 ?

r 1.94 V9C MISSIS' Illlll PILTESTEI Tau IWNA LAOS FIMMO ItfTMUm provisions of aforesaid statute. Telephone: 9645701 or *4- f
DISCOUNT f.ICE TIPS .IN SOLJIS II STilPtSMttf WALTZ Richard and Myrtle Rogers 8168 i
wMe j 1 e""'" wasJ t! mtrt Kin NI nmui Rktff Yet Arable M oMti priu INS 2
Joint owners tchg 10/14-10/21
1 .,#.. ,_' tan writ kKlH trta.i M.U iMtiiMr. INK SpsI.Uiw LLL Dated this 30th day of \

EAGLETHE, CONVENIENT September A.D., 1976 at .
FAMILY DISCOUNT STORES 312 Madison St. hack Reg. B Kings Super & lOOs474Carton Starke, Florida. FOR ALE i Trp.writ.r. \

Oport daily 9'tit 9. Sunday 'til 964-7513 I CIGARETTES 49S464Carton 9-30 4 tchg 10-21( Th Adding. (Milt M.dila.* Shop. rlbb.. .. at f f.


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ADULTS An FOR RENT Dine DanceAt Floriland Realty -
OIL, .
be offered at the Bradford- 130.110 per month. Weter end type of home repairs, PUPPIES AKC. Black PLANTS Now reedy to 10 acree 20 percent !
Union An. Vo-Tech Centeren Sewage lurnliihed. For Interior and anterior end Ten color t mile. 3 dig. 20per 1000. Phone 793- down Sal monthly I

Wednesday and information cell Mark Olin Remodeling,' ; bouse washing female.. Born 9/22/76. Phone904bU77 2334._2 tchg !!'./!!!!'/.!. metro.. Sil..S/., - I

Th.r"'.". 9 ..... to 12 noon. Olin' Mobile Homes Sales, and painting. Special rates 1 tchg..10/21. 20 A. with 3 houses end

Enrollment will .. limited. If...,. 1UO W., Slarke. NoptU and term.for senior cltliens. FOR SALE: Mobile Home Pirta SUPER A FARMALL Restaurant&Lounge frontage on SR 100. j I

For Info phone 9644150.10gl plrene. Phone !961.5(1011( Free estimates. Call alter 5 and suppllee. OLIN'S MOBILE TRACTOR end equipment. uk1e.Lir'rTY

!..lkh. t 1028 __ tfchg I'M for Immediate attention HOME SALES, Hwy. 100 W. Phone.:!!' 964-5458. Itchg. 16/21 3 BR Frame In City 1-2 A. t

96I-8W1! 10/7 4tchg. 10/28 'Slarke 96+5006. trehg.: Live Entertainment Lot.
AVON CALUNGi To.buy setAVOB. .
or -- -- - ----- r * * * - -
Call 75! -Z11U1 or write FOR RENTt 12 It. wide MOWER REPAIRSI We need listings
Lane Cryatt P.O.U.. : : Swimmingpad 17 Panama
220 Lake
mobile home outelde city Restore your old mower to _riflce. Leaduig manufacturer acreage and farm ".d.
Cay, Florida. ttcb ,, Umlte. 9644114 or 4734777. look like new. Complet. ... - Terwlltegar f
and distributor kmfc...... .. /It CPetrtonREAL Wed. Thru
ttchg lune-up, oil changed blade rectangular poole \left over from an Owner need. to sell 2 BR

GUNS FOR SALE-22'., 25'. ---------- nharpened. and painted, 1975 season, 1/2 price, ESTATE * * ** houses and ('.B. House at On REAL ESTATEWould

A 38' .. nl Dahmer's Helps your mower perform msunatioa and ..goat"anteed ...... --- Jam Session Coming. Soon 312 No. Thompson St. on Real Facts "rt\
r ;
Discount tlchg KITCHENETTE: ROOMS better and last longer. Pu.hmower Call collect, Jacksonville de,.or Mon a Tuss Tf ISO' lot; owner will hold
2495. ..
-- Riding evening. 9044 J8- 103. Like 24 t 60 double mortS.. .
Totally tlctg.WAT3OVSHOUSE new
SOFA A CHAIR SETS. furnished. Temple mowers 146.93. Free For Information: Cell 475-9474 - you buy an automobile from a 'lawn and
3 BR 2
.n wide MH-CH&A
sale et Dahmsr's. Discount.tfchg Motel MO N. Temple Ave., pickups.. Phone 9647844. bathe, patio storage bld.a.DO No Covsr Charge During The Weakn..al 20 A. with 2 houses, end 1- garden center? That would be about at practical.

Slack2lpd:_. _I .111/14'. .: -!!/! Green's Lawn Service. 10/7 VACUUMS OF oak eheded lot 122,500. mile. Road.frontage on SR trying to carry out a real estate transaction without
4tpd 10/28 : Many bread ol 100 E of SI...... professional assistance.
new ""....a. Used mechlnee'. - l
NAME BRAND -- -- ------ -- available. Expert Repelre, al SR 100-S neat 1450 sq.. It. 3 - Purchasing or selling a home is usually one of the

WATCHES. from H1.9J up HELP WANTED -... Parte and accessories for BR CB home nn 3.2 acres.Lge. 31 1320'A. near Keystone with biggest deals made bY",. averag. American

.t Dehner. Discount tlcbg MOIIII.E HOME MOVING Alto all _um.. Built-in centralvacuum 36 II 30 building lot on SR 100. during his or her lifetime. Only with the assistanceof

mobile home hurricane: anchorsig cleaning _. 404 36900. - firm be certain that are
PART-TIME WORK Men and mobile home eyete New 2 story house, ..IDloNteompl..te a real estate can you you
roof coat NW 10th Ave. GelneevHe. 379-- -
WANTED Women ages 18.31 big (JUn'. MOBILE Hone Neat 2 BR alum with 1 acre land. receiving true value.A .
Serlce. siding
(ontsct Reserve Major 9W-5WJ6. St. Rd. 16W &- 7110. tlchg. home with closed gerege J"...,. K! 'L.hNf1AAACE Let us give you the tects. real estate agent has the practical knowledgeand
Melton at 43MMOI! alter 5 Jct. - gained from day-to-day sales of allcategories
WANTED! Us l .....frl..r..tor. p.m.It.hll 10111.11/ 233 Starkg, FU. tfcngtVING on Paved road in country ,coo
FOR SALE 38 SniaV bud of properties..residential and
: aogun .
.,wails,and staves lageed -- ------- -- 155.22 band 124.64.K.automatic S15.000. ." w.."It. ..mmrmo..,_. ...... PsaHAndmui,Auoe. about buying or
condition.. gaaa - 964-7139 commercial. If you are thinking
Call Dah- MATl RK: LADY to live In .....
men DUcount 944-7923.! repaired.all guns 2 BR frame, carport & VERMEP.ODOM selling, telephone!today.
tin and help elderly :.. _
woman. makes cleaned. ,, oiled anaadjusted. Dahmers Discount tlchg. utility $13,000. Reg. Broker .
Phone 9ttl 8081 after 5
p.m. $7. Work guaranteed.
- 9645478
WANTED Farm & Itpd! <
....tnet.... mach-equlp-vs- Road! & Hwy 16. II.... FOR SALE eterooovm211 Dsunond needV; $7,500. large rooms, LR. DR, Kitchen, 4 Bedrooms, two

hick. .. Let us sett your. WOMAN to live In end care ferany dUferentmm. Dab- - tile baths. Brick, fully carpeted, CH&A Paved
have them all.
surplus for yen. Op.1IM..d. for nick mother with salary. ,ALCOHOLICS ANONY- wt Miscount. 8.7 .er... SR 100 $15,500. Mimosa Manor driveway, 1 acre, only 2 years' old out of city
603 Kant: Washington Ave, mere 3BK LR DR. Family
thru Saturday, 8:30te : MOl'S' - limits
Successlul PRICE
6. Nortbeait. Florid.E""m..t Starke. .,:_"llchg.! 1021HELP !__._ __ fur people- who want living to11)1' 10 seres cleared Room, Fireplace on 20 Mobile Home ParkA REDUCEDI-----!

Auctbn. US-I7, '- drinking. and STAY COMPOST GRINDER 13900. acres with barn. Grahamarea N.....Place.

North Green Cove Sprlngi, : WANTED: Applyat stopped Meetings Th..... & Fits S.... Tractor. 1 SelglerHeeler. - terms.Hampton To Live Large, well constructed block building with one
284-5977. tlchg Waters Exxon Uchg Sunder 1 Phone 964.57U9. Phone W.A. Stern, 5 scree SR 225 East o!
10/21 p.m. Lewtey 7500. Lake. beautiful acre, zoned commercial on Rd. 16 W. Perfectly
,961.50131.11. ChristianS 964-5614 Itpd 1021HARDTOP
---- Lola
- -- - shaded lot ready for a Yard located for a launderette or some other business.

MOTORCYCLESMOmYCL !.- _.10/21. tlnchg! ____ 5 acne 660 ft. en SR 125 bouse. CareGarbageCans -----

"""" __- AUTOMOBILES USED WIIJ BABY SIT for CAMPER West ol Lewtey - -
any age.Aid
; ( ; Mao Boxes Brick in limits mid '20' with 3 BR, I B,
In my home. 964 821.tlchg. Pop-up Sleeps 8. with $9,000. SR 100 S. Large mobile city
STARKE Your. 1974 ... Water Central Heat plus AC on a large corner lot. Low
SUZUKI OF : CAPRI Radio A/C, "IS., stove and heater. - home lot. Well and septic
euUnrlaed Smuki Dealer. Phone new tires, I.I.IHMI' mile 7SO. Also., ducks for ask. 30 A. Lawtey 2 MH tank. Central Sewage Plant down payment.

!964402O. 304 Fit Cal Strwt.tlchg. silver/gray.' Phone 4311621. Phone.!.' 782-3553.! Itchg 10/21 hookups. hog barn with - Garbage Pickup ----

.llchg_ _10/21! ______ FOR SALE elee....t.r & concrete slab. Very nice mobile home Ample ParkingImproved Once in a while a real fine home comes on the
KEROSENE HEATER for farrowing pigs with additions, 1.8 acres Street market this is a beauty with everything you've

1969 HEM: I'U'K-up 54.400 BTU I4S( 150 gel. 45000. shaded lot, 301 S. Owner Electric Service to always dreamed of Brick. 3 BR, JVi B, CHft A.

FOR SALE. 1972 Honda Long wheel base. cylinder GALLON CHICKEN tank 165 with capacity - financing. 200 Amperes family room LR, DR, kitchen with dining area.
35O GOOD SHAPE. $375. New 3 BR 2 Bath Brick. on - Metered Gas
Call 964-8744. tfchg battery redio. heater. $NlrOce LTD with everything, low St. Itchg 10/21 1 acre $31,500._ Connerly Estates SR 16. 2
kitchen with finest
equipment, swimming pool,
.h. Phone !96168119. Itpd mileage Cows end - ..I. from town beautiful -1IIo".Bo.-
----- 10/21 yearlings. Phone 7823189. GARAGE SALE brick home 3BR 2B, LR FREE paved driveway.
--- Associates and 1 Month Rent -- ---
2ipd10/2MO/28<< ____ Saturday,Oct. 23,8 .....to 5 Lg. family room
FOR RENT (letter 5 & ..weekends) .kitchen, central air & heat. Electric IbchupPHONE9647498 Are you a "do-lf-yourselferf" The Floyd Green
191111 COMET: Boye/Girle. clothing to
lI.rd-top. p.m. 964-7154 & 782.3397MOBILE Paved drive. home at 601 Call a Orange could be restored and be
Moor shilt, Good tires IRE, : WALKER DEE aliee 10. Comp. Unllorme I
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3 BEDROOM, unfurnished. Encellent: motor. Good; paint DOGS Phone 496-3368 Brownie 7-3. Cub Scout 810. New blk.. home in j' a show place.
house el 525 W. Msdiwn. $350. Phone 86I-MI71. Itpd days or 496-3226 evenings. 2 Adult clothing; Household itwni rit. town ----
For Info. 527 N, Walnut.lUbgJO21. 10/21 tpd 10/21! IO/214 Items. Turn West on S229Aat 78238O6Before 3BR 2B, LR C/H&A Wowl Well built CB, large home with: 3 BR 2 tile
_. : .. _____
!!! !._ Heilbron Church 2 ml. on _:...r. ewro. ,we a .,a. corner garage lot. quiet area, baths, LR, DR Florida room, some paneling

SALE 3 G\o IIEAIERS: Good right. Phone 964-6781. Itpd - Central Heat (ducted for air), 2 car carport, utility I
PARTIALLY FL'RNISHI: : HOMES condition. $3 to (20 each, 10121GREENHOUSES-____-- 2 story frame house In SPLENDIDOPPORTUNITY room, patio with brick Bar-B-Que grill, paved :

2 Bedroom house. :Nochildren MOBILE: II)1t F;'('lean. 3 depending on sUe. Phone town,one of the older ones driveway on two beautiful lots convenient to

1125/mo.. Phont tloee 9647521tlnchf102l to town.. bedroom 1 1.2 Bath LR & 91i-16126.! I_!l<_< !!/ with plenty of living nrea.Several FOR PERSONS OF everything. The price is right!

r'urninhed \I.l'M"U' WINDOWS: - -----
Kitchen nicely. You A GOOD EDUCATIONWITH
Phone 96-1 6111i1, 1017 3tpd Single hung and awnings. 36 Home Buy eo..ere..llot.. on
10/21 .8- $8.50130x27$11.51) : 301. A TEACHING,
: -
Cecelia/ T.
MOBILE: HOME: 2 CommercialAny Terwilleqar, Realtor
12x60 -
); 111.52 15.50: 46 Mobile CLUB OR CHURCH
..edr....... I I I2 bathe 71/2miles MR SALE: OR KENT! No x 52 $27.00: MANY: Size Lake. Butler 3BR brick A: WORK BACKGROUND 206 West Madison Avenue, Starke, Florida
SE of Surke on ltd. Call collect n 3BR Block.
1971. 21 6K
100. 125mo. Phone 473- qualifying. x for free Home - TO REPRESENT A
mobile home. 3 BR. 2 bath ( KN:: I r:R, 301 !South tlnchg estimate

ISOB It IU/21,--_.._ .. private lot 4 miles south ol 10/21 1-725-3743 or 25 barn acres frame house and MARSHALL FIELD .. .ii: OFFICE PHONE 964-7776 11
N.W. of Starke.
Starke oil 3111. $1.000' ) downor 1612.1581)ne.I.6..1.7726 See - FAMILY OWNED :::! HOME PHONE 964-5145
MOBILE HOME on Grilfis rent $195 month. Call 1(1( x 20 PATIO COVER: 9 land .
Loop. Phone 96-1.8816. llpd Installed $1IO! I'nla.talled. acres pasture ENTERPRISE. PART-
Gainesville 3751120. tlchg : 10-7 4tpd 10.28FORMICA rensonably priced Just off -it A TON[
I / $150.) delor Mobile Home John TIME OR
!.!!_ SR 16, N.W. of town. FULL-TIME
Service 5002( :'oj." 13th St.,
Hilt !AI.K:?: Mobile home lots' - SALES IN YOUR OWN
2 BEDROOM Mobile Home. et Five Star Mobile Homes.
$95 down..'e.lotll null available 312-9767.GaloesvIlle, 473 3775 Very nice Urge frame LOCAL COMMUNITY.USE .
Pbo. 964-8245 or 961.5690.Itpd in ..".... .ubIKi. .i<.,... Iti. H.H- tlnchg house on corner lot hi town

10/21..--- __ 1551. tlchg.I 10/21.-- S Sheets *6" 3BR.2 bathe C/H&A large OF A CAR AN IUSTIN-WRANGLER
.1 garage. ASSET. FOR PERSONAL -: Bryan
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IAO. 3/4 BOX. Sheets Available '
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Portable 7I (OMOItl DKI.IAE: : s|I'R""IT'fR.SS; : ; I LV OLIN 15.20 acre tracte high land Real Estate

Mobile Home 12. till, air II I.I. SI/.K: SETt $10 eechet. T'' on paved road Graham THE STATE MANA: BAGS WAllETSBUY

conditioned, like new. I'hone I'hone 964-53N8. llchg MOBILE HOME PARK nrea. T...... GER COLLECT AT 904 DOVT DELAY
Utility Sheds10x12 1-6167. llchg 10/21 10/2 BUY TODAY!!
.- -._--._---- - 3728918. to"Site 56
InsUe City Lenta
Large frame house 3BR on
4 BrDROIIMs.: 2 lUlhn For Sale: Coastal Bermudahay Walk Bradford Squire corner lot In city very 10-21 3tchg 11.4 Your choice of 5 to 265 acres Our selection Is the. (ine.l.,

) 775" Finished Inside living room dining room $1.50 bale. 468.1985 BRASINTONCadlll.cOi.abie &Duumtoum$30Per81anth reasonable priced close to North of ;Lawtey Low down Our prices ere the best

kitchen Ismilv room with tlchg shopping area. payment I'p to 20 year. to pay Everything: le leather.
8x10) Finished '595 fireplace, central heat/air. Sales A Service - on balance.
f' .. ..
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All City Conveniences e e
lil_57-11 tfchgM Fine Selection Of lard 1-3-6 acre homeiHea 4 CARRADINE'SLEATHER
OLIN'S MOBILE HOMEHwy For Sale Liquid chicken Cart Token OnCaihUacTnutxi Fb-e.Pollee Protection miles N.W. of Starke.. 1 to 10 acree OH SR 100
fertdiirr, SlO/ton. 6 tons to City Gas Wster and Sewer .HICK'S 'South High and dry Lowdown
the truck. Delivered and
Slarke 964 5606 2001 N.W.13 37W301 Frame house In 2 payment Eesy monthly
100 House on hi) x 333' for W Jo-Lu Motel town
spread you. .A. terms.CALL.
lot near Slsrke I'lais. Phone I'n.tt.1681985 Hampton II GAINESVILLE bedroom LR. Kit., FR. f1"rrOODLEGROOMING Drawer

-It! :!.3--7., 2jchg-10/1" 1 10/21. f le..:.-I llcbg-------! 964-3810 rr 'I Very reasonable.-. - "The Land Man"Anytime -oulh I S.:301 of one l.awlevI'hone mile

FOR SLEURMSIIKU : SR 16 East, 3 BR, Brick. ( 792-31114).,
: MOBILE FOR SALE S and 7-10 house I 1/2 B.tb.

Green'sLawn HUME 10 x 55. Front acres on Highwsy 100. Call t'NITKUFARMACiKNCY. : CERAMIC Kitchen/Family Room RALPHBRYANKealtor Nr.\\ Sliillr': HOI Rsl

Kitchen. :2 Bedroom. (sll 96:Ill<
4733231. .tin' __ __ FOR SALE. Deluxe Something new bee been IlrhSIU/21
H Aluminum |IMoiI! | aboveground Kegistered Real edded. Free ceramic ....11Cbrl.t. ROBERTS JR. Your Convenience ."oALha'

swimming pool |12115| Estate Broker .... tree If you Reg. Real Estate Broker

ServiceYear PERSONAL SERVICE > 2 1 and 15 x 33 complete" 1 happen to be the lucky. one. Phone 964-7826 964-7837

veer old. repossessed.Sacrifice Fred Sackett A little bit not a lot, but THOMAS REALTY
everything Is good of whet
1/2 Call
price. Broker
BIU.'S S,\VSHIN': C'umplet.sharpening
901398-5874. tfchg we got.Finished. 621 North Walnut St.
Around Service. Yard service circular collect U.S. 301IlamplunFlu. ceramicChristmss Sta,....Florida 32091
hand carb>de. chain mower - ---- 964-6162&
tree at
a big
Clean.Outs. Mowing blade hollow around and IOR SALE Farm annxtruction saving, lota more linishedceremics Mobile Home MovingSet (Formerly A.J. Thomas Real Estate)
machequlpvehides. -
balanced. lave al JadnwnBialdaig Phone 468-1733
Edging, Lawn SweepingAlso Monday thruSaturday. pieces. Drop by
Supply Starke. Keystone Open(. 8:30 to 6. Con- and look. around. We might Up & DeliveryFOR Lovely brick,3 BR.2 bath bouse .. acre let, neutral heat

Fertilize Lawn And HriKhla. tlchg.IOl20PAnOCOKRS fllgnmenls welcome. North- trnchg 10-' have what you have been & air outside city limits. Immaculate.
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Flowers. : ) : : Ikimesend North 515 Alton Road DETAILS CALLOLIN'S
mobile homes. SI I 1111) Auction liS-17, Sat Oct.23 5 acres on 100-A near city limit.
Green Cove Springs, 284- MOBILE HOME 964.5606
Installed.I $10 ..uninxtalled.IX 9am.Free - -
Phone 964- 7844 (;,\ MOBILE) IIOMK: SMI- 5977. tlchg ceramics Xmss tree Business Opportunity 3000 .'1. It. CB Building sin 301

For Free Estimate ICE U). 111. 3729767 Gaines LONGCHAMPHome and Building by .EIoI..'. ('er..I.." Hwy 100 W Starke with overhead office and storage same equipment..

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vOle. llchg I tpd 101Z1rWiiD
MaterlaleWEBL1LD Lie. & Bonded Mover Living In
T'Chq 1O'2I' 10 19 -- -- ---- Only Two each kite on Crosby Lake. SE end of lab. with 100

WANTEDAll Bradford Co. .7. ft. Lake. frontage, 500 ft. to graded road Financing

Kour Plant Or Ours ;1 Available.
Pine Timber. Before - -
Your Lot Or Ours"
FILL DIRT { you sell please contact -FREEESTNL11E8Remodeing i 6 1-2 Acres on St. Rd. 21, 1 1-2 miles north .f Keystone

Gilman Paper Repairs I{ 2" thru 6:/ Forsyth Plumbing Heights, all or part Financing Available
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Soil Company John Shaddat AddkIoaen..hI I I Fast Rotary
Top I Macclenny 904-2S9. acreage
Starke Fla.
"'WIJirl 611. or Rex Stiles at SoldTradedACREAGE { Drilling Equipment - -

904.289.2911, or 904-289- Certified & Bonded Hampton Lake. 90'x 190' leaned lot North Shore, MebileHome.
3511. 9646863! 120' Jock, 12.20 Utility House.
461.1113 - -

Call 10.21 Jtchg 10.28 Hwr/ 301SwthStarke j Pumps'i New Installations 3 School.Re.ld.ntlallota.total area 100 a ISO, S blocks. frees High

i & RepairsBill - -
sI Nearly new double. wide mobile. home en 5 acree et .load 3BR.

ROUTE HAMPTON. FLA. I| New & UsedSalesPartsService FREE 2 bathe, appro 1600 .... ft. living .p.... Nice. Heat
I and Ak .

'L.K.Ed.d.1I1 A..... I TermsPlumbing Forsyth Pd aie 10-14 12 60 mobile home plus 12 m 60 permanent ndditlon. 2
m I acres en SR I6,3 ml.South Starkei. ender I2O.OOO.
Starke Office 964.5065 I I
Register Gu11. ) - -
964.5142 Corner Building, Call A Thompson St., ever 2.100 sq.. ft.
M"tto"' I WANTED
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Melrose Office 475-1269
Oil Company I South 301 outside city limits. 450 It. reed treatage; 2

Keystone Office 473-2669 I New Installation ...... more or ..... .
I'nusual opportunity t. purchase small estate with
984-5888 308 S. Thompson beautiful :2 story Southern Mansion, riverboat style | Remodeling I HAS THREE POSITIONS AVAILABLE FOR PEOPLE Mobile home lot. on SR It Enst.JSTi .
home, and approximately" 1 II" acres of lovely grounds. I WHO WANT TO EARN UP TO $12.000.00 OR MORE lollmldatioa. .
- Repairs
Fast Friendly 2 1/2 acre famstte with stocked fish pond. 3 BR. 1 B j_ .D PER YEAR, DEPENDING ON TIME EFFORT AND
Oil Service - I DEVOTE A SUBSTANTIAL AMOUNT OF TIME TO F.Delano Themes, .... Rent Estate Broker
Fuel 4 acre larmette in Improved pasture. Nice 3 BR, 1 B I

INCOME: PROPERTY Duplex' apartment en I acre. I COMPANY I

Conveniently located. I I NECESSARY BUT HELPFUL. AN EQUAL July FI,...Manager
& Perfection I I OPPORTUNITY
sell. 9U-S3SI
Seigler Call or come see us today II you are ready t* buy or
I Starke LT3 ,Harold Eppa

Installation Susan Bakksn. Associate. Branch Office | GAINESVILLE FLORIDA 32604 ((1-149)) PlU61. '
Sales & I I 13868 jsr.io/7.
Irene Faulkner. Associate *06 8.Wrtnr St. I 964-7061 Steve Slmasona

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---- Slwett'rs Elntle Officers Sheriff Turns $3,214 \

Flu Vaccine Arrives Here; A fterAlmndoning CarA Back To CountyBradford r. '

Vaccination Schedule AnnouncedBradford high-speed chase of a produced a battered policecar County Sheriff Dolph Reddish has announced '
fleeing speeder by Starke but no suspect. his department Is returning L'? .
police around lIa m. Tuesday According to police reports, SenatorStone 3124.18, from its 1975-76
County's?' swine flu vaccination program gets a 1975 Firebird was clockedby budget appropriations to the

the underway county's this four week, with Immunization centers being set up in 5 Guns! Stolen radar going 62 mph in a 30 To Visit Starke county clerk's office. I:. '"
cities. mph zone near McDonald's on ;
The schedule, as announced by the health department, is as US 301 south and fled when ThursdayU.S. The 1975.76 budget totaled '. "
follows: From I.o'nillolll(' Officer Jerry Lee attemptedto 218879. This year'sappropriation

Tuesday Oct. 26: 1-5 P.mat Brooker Elementary School. stop the car and issue a Senator Richard from the county
Wednesday Oct. 27:1.5: Thieves got away with $7KIworth ) citation commission is set for $246,879,
p.m. Hampton City Hall. (Dick) Stone will meet with
Monday Nov.1: 1-5 p.m. Bradford County Health of rifles and guns in a Lee chased the car south on constituents here Thursday a$28,000 increase. Higher cost
f' Department. 329 N. Church weekend break-in at the home :301 and west of gasoline and other
Starke. on 18 at Nov. 21, at 10 a.m. in the
Tuesday Nov. 2: 2-5 p.m.at Lawtey Elementary School. William T Smith of K: speeds up to 115 mph. The County Commission room of necessities, as well as the
t Friday Nov 5 1-5 Wilson Road: Firebird lost need for additional staff, have
: p.m at Bradford County Health a right front tire the Bradford County
Smith told Bradford hiked the cost of the
Department Starke. County halfway between Graham and Courthouse. Through an errorin running bX
"' All healthy adults over 18 years of age are urged to receive sheriffs obligators he'd lirooker. and its two scheduling, the visit was department. Reddish has
vaccinations which are free of charge. The Health Department been away for the weekend occupants abandoned the car previously announced for said.Fish
is recommending that attending u football game and fled into
persons having chronic illnesses or nearby woods Wednesday. Fry Set
I conditions check with their physician before being vaccinated. Upon his return hediscovered eluding police. Citizens are invited to bring
I Children are not receiving the vaccine at this time. a Remingtonpump The police car sustained questions comments, and
Consent forms, which must be signed by persons wishing to nlle Winchester pump $275 damage when it failed to other matters to the Senator's For Satiirday
I receive the shots, will be available at the immunization centers. shotgun, 4-t magnum pistol stop in time and slid into a attention during his visit.
Persons wishing to read consent forms beforehand will find and .38 Smith and Wesson camper trailer parked near Stone is schedule to appearat Everyone is invited to a fish
, them displayed in the post office. pistol missingOfficers the abandoned Firebird. the Union County fry and gospel sing at West
I said cash and Damage was minor to the courthouse in Lake Butler Side ball park Saturday
If valuables l lying plain view in camper around 11 a.m. the same day evening, to raise money for
the house untouched
were the Bradford
f\ following his visit here. County
Volunteer Fire Department.
The evening will get under-
way at 5 p.m. with a fish fry
featuring mullet, hush
T G Y puppies grits, slaw, iced tea
& and dessert. Price of the
: dinner (is $1.50 per person.

,.,.,< i', The gospel sing, which is McMillan Presented
makethings, ,1.< ... free, will begin at 6 p.m. witha PlaqueAs
:?.. 45-minute
't program.
Proceeds from the eveningwill
'Felltc'I3yFlu. SurveyorsThe
FABRIC SHOPS help purchase a new fire

truck for the volunteer fire Florida Society of Members" of the Association
department Professional Land Surveyors in recognition ol (their

honored :Merrill G. McMillan: "excellent character,
r' Teacher Talks ...... local surveyor, at its 2(>th distinguished land surveying
annual convention held the achievements and
r'l'H (From Page 1)) weekend of October !II in Key outstanding service to the

working since August 23 under Biscayne. land surveying \profession and
''Hr the 1975-76 contract, exceptfor :McMillan: was among seven to this society.

normal pay increases surveyors, out of a The Fellow Membership is
granted for an additional membership of 800, to be the highest honor awarded by
year's teaching experience.After presented with a plaque FSPLS and less than a dozen
listening to negotia- designating them "Fellow have been awarded in the
ivvith tors for both sides the special
r organization. McMillan! is a
hair St
O'"H master will make a recom- \hug charter member of the

i mendation within 15 days. Nov.'JAtVo-lWIi Society, and has served
Should either the teachers or bl'veralterms
on its board of
the board reject the recommendations The Cosmetology Department directors
the next step will at the Vo Tech School is
be a hearing before the school
planning a Hair-styling Show
_I 9 r-t. board, after which school Tuesday :Novembers': at 7:30: I.itwtey CarnivalSet I

[ Jockel superintendent will also Richard make a p.m.Department Director Betty For Saturday

recommendation. This Killabrew and 12 students will
recommendation would not be all working on a model's Witches and hobgoblins will
binding either Loper said. hair. Hair styles will be soon be in evidence at all the
.- i-s I ''I In a related developmentlast judged, and prizes will be elementary schools in the
i week the Bradford Edu- awarded for first, second and area as they plan their annual
cation Association filed. an third places. Halloween carnivals.The .
I I I : unfair labor practices suit,
; Interested persons are first carnival will be in
citing the school board for asked to rail the departmentfor Law tey on October 23 with the
::::I failure to compromise, failureto directions! others the following week.
bargain in good faith the Each school benefits from
-1 use of delaying tactics and en- their carnival by the additionof
gaging in punitive harrass- So utliside! <:Cub new equipment or
.. ? ment. Specifics of the inci- materials for that school.
. C / [s .- dents, which the BEA is not at To :Meet ()t't. 26 I.wnfol.tItSTUn':
'r.'.'. this time making public were An annual event for over 25
, ( also included in the suit, which Cub Scouts at Southside )ears the Lawtey Elementary : -
,+ & was sent to the Public Elementary will have their School Halloween
Employees Relations Com- next meeting October 26 at carnival w ill be October 21 at S
C :::, :; a ,:,. { ] .......... mission < PERC). PERC will 7:30: in the school's cafeteria. p m on the school grounds

.. : : r .'.'. .'.'. .'. investigate the charges, which" Ava Parkins said an Highlight of the carnival
, ,., , Douglas said were "invalid. additional committee will be crowning of a king and
'.'. .,. .,. ., schedule on the suit will be member is needed for the queen at 7 p.m. A
if PERC deter-
troop, as well as two den representative from each
mines there is evidence of and assistant den class has already been
... .. .S. . -.. . . Polyester misconduct by the board. leaders selected but the final results
will not be known until hte

. . DOUBLE Look What $1 00 carnival carnival crowning.The will. include
. . .
. . . games for all ages, animal
Will rides, a fish pond duck pickup

: :': : : : : : :': :':': ., ., KNIT Buy basket. shooitngand a cakewalk

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, Supper will be available for
1 .' 58/60" wide. 100% Polyester TURKEY $1.75 with the menu inlcuding
. 3 Lbs. smoked and fried mullet,
T G &y ) b ' Doubleknit in a fantastic baked beans cole slaw
' PIGTAILS french
-r,. assortment of colors and fries and hush puppies.

THREAD ?. r weaves. Machine wash warm The PTA sponsored event
Polyester .. ., v. '' '''' '' tumble dry and remove PIG EARS last year earned a $21XX(
' '
' 0 0
yds. promptly. profit and the goal for this
Assorted 'I .. ... ,f '..'. HOG MANES $ year is $2.500 for the purchaseof
colors. h materials and supplies for
,'. .'.'.'.'.'.' $ 00 PIG FEET the school.

6 FOR 1 .00 ................. 3 Jim Duncan, principal of
S 2 Yds. For LARD Lawtey Elmentary said he
would like to "invite everyonethat
i 3 Lb. Jar likes to eat good fish and

FAT BACK enjoy a good time to come to
the carnival.
Suede-Duction Dress


60' wide. 80% FMC" Acetate 20"u Nylon 43/44" hide 100% Cotton face, 100% \ Sponsor! Christian <
Bulk non-roll Guilset finish ,'o residual shrinkage Polyester fill. 100% Acetate tricot backing Heavy Full Cut Round tff1ffld .

elastic V 144 Machine wash Machine wash I Education Program
yd. reel White. warm, delicate cycle warm, delicate STEAK And :

tumble dry low 2.98 cle Tumble dry cy2 98 iA i
| 4 1.00 and use cool i iron YD. use cool iron. Vn. ) Saturday, October 23, the
I FOR RIB STEAK Episcopal Churchwomen in
f the Diocese of Florida will
Fabric Christian Education
sponsor a
CUTTINGBOARD $ -39 q-f ;; awareness! program to be heldat
;... Sheer Mist Lb.5HUCKROAST Grace Church in Orange
CltllnlIoIr'I Park.
SHEATH LINING ", ',/ A panel of five experts Miss
-: LINING OR [Dorothy West, Canon Ted l
::: 44/45" wide 65% Schroeder( Mrs. John Davis,
; 392";
; by 74" STEAK RIB OR $ 89 the Rev :Norman': Lowe and
I II Folds for compact t Kodel Polyester. 44/45" wide. 100% 1 the Rev James Cooper will
: 35% Combed Cot- Polyester. Machine
storage. BRISKET provide a stimulating,
STEW very
25 wash tumble Lb.
ton. yd. pieces. warm
.. and
challenging on
::: : : Machine wash 19 and
dry remove .94 Christian education and
warm, tumble dry. YD. promptly. YD. FRESH SEA ALL
: ::::: 1.47 EA. evangelism. The Rev.
William Anderson, Rector of
I .. ::2.: MULLET RICE Church of Our Saviour,
:Mandarin will moderate the
Reg. '178 panel.

__ 1 To 5 Yd. Pieces 39 99 Registration begins at 9:30a :
Lb. 6 Lbs. m. The program starts at 10
__... POLYESTER DOUBLE KNIT am Holy Communion is
I Out comi..0 po'y' ,it 10r'.". h.,. id,t'tittd, +' +... 5 I'- DIXIE LILY FRESH planned for 11:15: and lunch is
,m.drwnr. wo.0' n out ttorti ,.Ift., I' At Will, Bi % scheduled at 12:30.: AdJourn-
| d*.itn, ,d mictiji ." ftitoni T G if .u p'"d.< a ft*,ititn ....Happr. .. .. e c. FLOUR PORK PICNICS79c ment Is planned for 2:30: p m.
......*" modatr.tm.audlun" 'uman 1 ". ". I I tANNAMERICAAOI cs. 9 7 I The junior choir from Grace
ird it. (tit w.! pitr "U Dsimilar <". .s It f g 4? bat :: Church, Orange Park will singat
mr6nII .
sa.a,0 ,
01 y0Y nip 0"1
Yd. the
Jtjtifflilopticf' "ductr., II'ii lbr, p.'IC' Vint Pu ,.. .., Lb 59cLb. Holy Communion
I ,to III Ihit you I'l hippy wild,, your .__. service.
M Participants are asked to
----- SLAB-SMOKED OR WHITE bring a sandwich for lunch.

''I'Ir Salads, desserts and drinks
I I will be provided. The programwill

I]I] ( mil(!J I] m! xoia I (! I (] BACON V, Or Side Not Sliced 79cLb.I church church parents be of school special school grandparents interest teachers superintendents to.,,

City Fish & and clergy, but all
interested persons are invited.

301 1 S. Shopping Center Starke Fla. Meat Market Child small Those care children.w ill interested be provided for in

6O7 E. Brownlee Starke attending should contact Mrs.
W.B.eaver, 121-1 NW H
964-8077 Street Gainesville Fl. :IMII: I
or Grace Church.r.J" .



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