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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 11, 1976
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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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 )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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98th Year STARKE, FLORIDA 15 Cents I I,28th

I Continuing efforts resolve the eight-month deadlock on a teacher contract, the Bradford Issue Thursday, November II, 1918 Copy i. j I

County School Board and the teacher bargaining units of the Bradford Education Association .. ..
presented testimony Tuesday to a special master In a session that lasted seven hours. p ,

Both sides had agreed on Thomas J. King, a Birmingham Alabama attorney, from a list of three < '
names. The recommendation of the special master Is due 15 days after each side riles a brief which
is due Monday, Nov 15. Telephone Rate Hikes +;
The recommendation is not binding. If either side rejects that recommendation superintendent :
Richard Jockel makes a recommendation; If that is rejected on either side the school board will
issue a final decision

Tuesday's session saw no opening statement 17 reasons years; 5600 at five years; 5700
new proposals presented why teachers should receive a at six years; $800 at seven
Both sides presented their pay raise and followed this years; 5900 at eight and nine
positions, documenting them with an exhibit on cost of ears, and a $1,300 pay Subscribers
considerably with figures and living increases, comparison Increase over last year's Protested By
comparison analysis,. charts, an ability to pay salary scale for teachers with j
The special master was the proposal and what new or 10 years under a continuing
third step in the long 8 month available money could be used contract, 4

board's negotiations.proposed The school to pay for a pay raise Angry subscribers from Lawtey, Kingsley Lake and Starke aired complaints about local

schedule, salary Each side had a chance for telephone service Tuesday as the Public Service Commission C PSC) held a public hearing on a rate
average II percent including teacher an rebuttal on the exhibits increase request here by Continental Telephone Company of the South- Florida I

pay raise, was rejected by the Douglas said some The request,filed in June, 1976, proposes increases ranging from $1,40 to$.1,80 per month for basic
leathers In an August 25 vote comparisons were not residential service and from$4.45 to$9,10 per month for busllless individual lines The PSC has until
accurate because teachers February to Issue an order on the matter.
A teacher counter proposal did not work 12 months of the Citizens testifying opposed the rate Increase, charging that service Is too mediocre to justify .
calling for an average 19 year. higher rates.
percent raise was turned The predominately teacher They reported inability to
down by the board Sept. 7, at audience chuckled about, the reach an operator false busy
which point the talks were 3-1 percent leisure time a j1y; signals, buzzing, ringing,
su'pl'ndt'.1 Douglas said is built into a beeping, distortion and
Two necks later, labor leacher's salary. City Residents extraneous conversations on
and dead
mediator :':ate Karin told the Douglas questioned the telephone lines
two sides he did not see an figures presented by Loper on phones and charged the
area of agreement( and "new money" available company seemed unable to

recommended the introduction "It is not a completely ToAttendPlanning correct"I've these been problems reporting, my
of a special master Urged
accurate statement" said phone for two years, said
BEA's original total Douglas, referring to what is Claire Capps of !'tarke
contract proposal made in new money and what Is not "There's a beeping on the line
April, totaled $3.8:1\1.150: and recurring, but a one time when I'm talking, illld the
was cut to $2.862.019 as a thing which could not be Meets phone company will listen 1111
counterproposal to the school counted on each year, as with159,000 r the line and it dnen't! do it.
IH'II'd'!! S2.582.330:; : offer The $- average left from last i People I talk to on the phone
heard has Stuck with this offer 'ear's under estimation of r can hear it, SO I know its
throughoul negotiations, most pupils in the county < City Commissioners, acting have to live with the plan for a there You can ask anyone
rti.ently IIIdlcating 10 Kazin A motion made '"a as the local planning agency, long time," Mutch noted He But they just don'l seem to IK'
that would not be willing to to "strike the by issue Douglas of held the first public: hearings expressed disappointment able to get rid of it "
nl'goliall' the figure. on the city's land use plan with the poor turnout for the Kinjtsley: Lake resident/ I Ella:
Tl'ad1l'r spokesman George insurance since it was notproposed" Tuesday night, Nov 4. public hearing and said he had Mae Cottle said she calls a.

"opl'r d1.lrgl'throughout.\ the was denied by Unfortunately, few citizens hoped to gain input from friend a block away. :uid they
1I'glllialillns that the board King showed up to voice opinions citizens concerning their can hear operators glIII v
hail I'n'Ol'nll'd the contract After a dinner break concerning the mandatory wishes on the land use plan numbers to customl'rs
"Ih'r on a I lake it or leave it Douglas presented 28 exhibits land use plan, which when "We want to work with the "This happens all the tllllt':'
1t"IS and fused 10 discuss for the school board case adopted will become a portion people in developing a plan she said "They tell me I haw
nu)1xw. \Illch I.opt'r said Among them were 1 of the city's comprehensive they want, not just come In an open circuit and the 1'e out
precluded teilchers from and tell them what the
geographical comparison required to comply with plan there every week working) Oil
making another counter figures for Bradford County the Local Government will be," Mutch explained the little box near nay' hlllN',
prul'usal. teachers compared to Comprehensive Planning Act, A second public hearing is but we still have the problem
Chief school board employees in public jobs, 3- passed by the state legislature scheduled during the .You give me a petition :milI'll
negotiator Eddie Douglas told other non-public schools and in 1975. commission's next regular guarantee }ou1'1\ percent ''
leadll'r! at the lime that he state agencies within the "When finally adopted the session of Tuesday, Nov, 16, of the people in Kinl-\h' I.ake.\
_\\a.. nut ulhorized ,to,.even geographical area city'.land use plan will be ,beginning at 7 pm will sign it."
discuss the kind of money they extrememly difficult to Mutcb' will present a txSenator'lttll'll: \' ', .h"":.
were asking for, nearly Douglas presented the change," Sam Mutch, a preliminary land use plan for told the COl11l11lSliilln 'III', Iii',.
ClaiiIsxi.! figures showing that, the city during the meeting, has been e"ap"I'ull'dlllh
represenatlve of the North
according to the Florida Price
TIlt'. teacher and resIdents to be on
W proposal Central Florida urges phone service ill the :inrui Illlt
Regional
includes iI H708 cost of Level Index. Bradford County hand to vOIce their opinions of that he did Ihlllk II ha,1
Planning Council (NCFRPC)
IS the 581h cheapest county in ,
and the v
living adjustment 5451.242m suggested plan improved In I the last month
explained. He said the
I the stale which to live city'sfuture
III and
other\ raises for a total of Baby Tornado Cheerleaders zoning ordinances must Mayor Commissioner School It uard. number"
S595.950: l.lslcar's total these figures help determineleachers' Charles Schaefer also
\t'r urges Arthur Gakin", olsu
.ntral'l salaries. These seven Bradford High junior varsity cheerleaders will be on the sidelines urging the Baby reflect only the be land changed use plan by ,vote and citizens to participate In testifying: said Ills Iaatey 9
'1'111' odllH.1. hoard. Tornado when Bolles 01 Jacksonville at 7 the local field In may a for the future
IS offering Douglas also presented grldders on tonight they meet p.m on of the city commission follow. planning city's phone had IK'l'1I uxgx'iiiblulast .
.lightly! III excess of 52IKI.OOO( comparisons on insurance by the final JV football game 01 the season. ing at least two public growth by attending the public summer"
leauu(4( !the t h0 sides with a the'I'LI and in comparison to The BItS coeds are (II-r): Front Cathy Smith, Belinda Kilby, and Jana GocIwln. Back hearings on the variances hearings "\\I IIi" like I hid II"
ddft'renee "f almost Williams. tfarriet lIamm Woodham and Wanda Pittman Mutch, noting that the "'.
-100(1)11) counties in size and Sylvan Kelly "People here are going to 1l'lephwll' h,' Saud 'here
Early: 'r 111 the car, the gl'ngraphy NCFRPC wishes to inform was uhiI) s a recurdusg "III tlie'
bard' budgeted JO.tKKI: in local residents of the aspects line :My: service 1\(1'( tau
raises for county school Fifteen people in the of land use planning, superior Six IIr 'l'\('II year' 1 1ago.
,1I11I1I11Ilralors and IO'JOtMI audience saw the talks School Board To Decide expressed hopes that I'd hate III ur' I Ihese
worth IIf raises to go to non through to the end at 11,30pm. : Urged churches, civic groups and the people gel 1 a lulu 1III'It'a' ."I
instructional! I employees, King commended both local school system will take this niagnitude until the
leaving $261.000 for the sides for their preparation and him up on his offer to provide service "
Il'iIIlll'l's and for supplies said they did a "remarkably free lectures and slide shows (improves"I'I'

County teachers are good job on complex on the land use plan Raymond BI'Yillil. ':id hi'
currently working under last'II1"S material" What To Do With RJE Complex Interested groups, he said, believes he is pay mg 'more

\( pay scale with the "The buck now passes tome should contact the NCFRPC than mll'qllall'ly" for the' kunlof \
t .t'plllln of those raises ," said King about his office in Gainesville Mutch'soffice service he receives
aunItd( to teachers for aIt'.II"S recommendation. On a light Presented with a number of grant, but to get started we'd for CETA students The work with Lawtey telephone number is "SUlnl.tirnes I try aual try lugel
l'"f1l'/'i{ ('1I'e. note King asked each side if It proposals Monday for putting have to have a definite matter was placed on the Nov Elementary migrant children. 376-33-1-1. a call through, olhei' tones
I\1"1' said there are would be all right, considering the old RJE high school commitment on use of the 16 agenda pending further Ms Santangini said Lawtey City Commissioners I just give up in disgust .lid.
hn'l'I outstanding issues : the hour, to spend the nigh building to use, the Bradford building;' she said study by board members had 11 migrant children, more recently appointed a citizens call on 1Ill'('B radlll." lit' Saudtther t
,..11,11'lI1uriince and the rather than start buck to County School Board Schaefer said the city would After accepting a report than any other county school. planning committee to assist ) citizens test nhd Ihill
1'l'U'Oll'Il\'II.: ur the contract.Iuuglas Birmingham. Both sides appointed an advisory need a fivt'-year lease on the from Cissy Santangini on That teacher will also work in preparation of Slarkc's pay phones in the area seldom
) objected t torelruacuvity agreed It was part of the committee to study the matter gym, playing fields and the migrant children In county half-time on social education comprehensive farmed work and I hat phone service I'
heungan issue al1'III'"I.1"s expense involve in addition and reach a consensus corner of Florida and Pine (ton schools, the board agreed to at Starke and Southside Members of the newly bad during wet \\I'illh'I'
session.Loper 10 the $250 a day that the School board members the RJE campus) before it hire a part-time teacher to Elementary schools. planning committee are: The PSC' requires
presented In his special master receives The Arthur Gaskins and J.T. could go ahead with Its Harold Epps, Joseph Warren, ('onlinl'nlill tu Invc.ligate
cost is divided between both Parrish, city commissioners recreational plans, Walter Wescott, Harold each complaint registered!
Charles Schaefer and Joe Crowned Davis,Gene Mathews, George with the conuniSSux). hind
commitment
tgrirfIJ parties. "It's a any Karen Nettles
1 own Pierce, Joe W. Williams,
Warren, Head Start Director look at it" Schaefer oublllll a report uf action
Talks have been at impasse Daniel Gibbs and citizens told way the you board "You've got to Merrill McMillam, Marion taken
since September The school Charles Cunningham and decide what to do with thaI Payne, Marc Jackson, J.E. Continental ullicwls,
hoard has contended from the Edith Thomas were appointed building" Homecoming Queen Tomlinson, Julius Royal and testifying foil 0IlIg Ihl'
beginning it does not have the to the committee Present the advisory John Schmidt. citizens, aid the t'Umllilll tinsordered
Suggesting
money for the raises leachers plans are for a meeting committee, superintendent- "I can't believe it Epps Is chairman of the illumlllall'li 1 signs)( for
7 T are asking !Monday, :Nov': 15. at 7 pm. in elect Tom Casey said a lot of happened," Union ('ounty planning committee, Warren pay phoneS, and adihtiunalemergency
the school board meeting homecoming Karen IS vice chairman and generating 1111I1
queen
The school boards proposed people have given the matter
salary schc.'liuleould give room a great deal of thought, and :Nettles': commented after the McMillan is to serve as in an effort to I nupieu\csere
Earlier Schaefer told the and ideas should be excitement of the moment she technical advisor icesIn
leachers Increases the efforts
ranlllnl from pay a low of 66 board the city had applied for consolidated into a "master vas announced as her City fathers opted to go It its rl'lIUt'st( tine 'lIl11l1all)
a $72tMIO federal grant to classmales' choice as queen alone on the land use plan aid improved and l'\p.llllh'd
or $525 to .
percent ,
per year a plan
Saturday, Nov.
.2.L than combine efforts
.!! rather
high of 1543 percent or t,479 improve sport facilities at Agreeing that an advisory vas over. sere ice 111 I he future! can ink
Worthington CIvic RJJo. Reports that the city idea, with the county, which is also IK' pl'OIdl'd If It has nllll'l'
annually, with the larger committee was a good
Karen was crowned qUl'enat preparing a land use plan, and .
11
the vork with
Club BAZAAR was maklllg plans to use Pat money 10 IH.inll'cl
increases going: to teachers on chairwoman Spengler halftime during the Union
9 am, to 9 pm bUilding, he said, are untrue. the board's been elected to contract with 10 the I''t'ent installation ul
with said
continuing contracts 10
Counly homecoming game M :-'RPC;, for the planning
at CivIc Club o Tralfi Service I'n.ilion
BuildingMondaNov.S fir more years of service As for the building itself, concerned about the building last Friday night, having been T" v41 rather than hire an outside System IT'PSIhlch! allows!!
Schaefer said the city had no for some time of the
elected by a v ole '
TIll' starting salary for athe plans for It, but if citizens or City Fire Chief Joldon: Sapp student blidy queen +le ll' F, consulting for developing firm. I'WHPC's the plan fee in customers to dial all longfhstancecallsthemnsehes
and
111'\1 leacher underproposed the school board have a told t the city council last week
She is cht>erleadcr, cooperation v Ith the city commission nuniberulentificaIion
will
schedule a varsity automatic
salary
Elks and Elkeltes suggested: use for it, he would that the Oct. 2.fire at t the r
District Deputy he I\,21MI\ ( ) representing a $345): ) bl' glad to work with them and school, the cause 01 hich IS a member of the Future and Starke residents which ,1110\\
Business Leaders of America ill 54,4510.<< 01
over last ear'l automatic billing bong
increase the
for a block grant to still undetermined, was
DInner Visitation 6:30pm: ;,7IH'' Increases "f $IIMI) per apply finance t hose pia ns. ninth fire there and that the and ice-presidenl III' the tt :\1\.Il'11l'S for the IIrst three years Florida Youth Educators: IIf Buller in service.I
\l'ar Charles Cunningham, a building vas in "dc.'plorable
Meeting 8 p.m.RJE called lor III the blmrd's America Kal'en the daughter According 10 its request,
are resident of the Reno condition Karen :\f'ItIf'I III Lake Mart
proposed sdll'dulelter neighborhood here the Alarmed by reports that the IIflr.: allliIrs: Julian :'\.cttlesof Uuller I.. I'adiallt ju..t after Zippy ('ulllll1t'nllll spent $::1.5 million
three years, a teacher isplact'd said citizens Lake Butll'r says her in Florida between 1t072! and
IIchllolll local ed, state fire marshall wants 10 being named I t9711! l'IIS
Advisory continuing contract of the area are better able 10 condemn the bUilding, several I parents are proud IIf her and homecoming queen" lat! tit13pTitievi's'I'Inev 1l7-1 in service improvement
Meeting \\hldll1ll'anS that they' cannnthl' assess (their own needs than hundred community residents she vas happy' 10 represent Friday IIIJht and expansion projects, ur
7pm, removed Iron I I Iheirleuching the city or the school board cleaned up the area last her school ali homecoming 's lahlollt'd two, holes $2511 per customer Overall
Ithllul the qUl>en, room The skits were judged cost of doing hUliilll"S has
)( Piosition weekend, hauling away old III the \\allllf the Zippy :Mart
"A complex is fine,
!
board, showing due t'liUbe sports Tiger fans braved cold IIn originality costumes and increased 17.-1 percent I since
trash and SH-18,
and other l SWt:
Tuesday.Starke Nov. l6 he said "Bul what \\1. need is refrigerators II/l/
,
eather and brisk winds 10 props. 197-1, the company says.
Council Along with the continuing a cafeteria thaI would serve on the premises turning out to support Hampton t'uloU early AUlolllutiC t number
City Hall contract! !, under the proposed the ned'l of the elderly and Citizens: at l\londdY's school homecoming activities The theme for this year's :\llInday IIInrRlnloI and/ made identification and TSPS
schl'liuleould come an the people \\e need said the homecoming "Tigers off vith an undetermined
7 Pay' young : board meeting Thursday and Friday nights t'tjulpmentas installed.1 ..InSlarke
p.m. $111M( annual salary increase, some of the u Ings fixed up so repeated vandalism occurring last week Impound Bulldogs" was amount IIf cash and In June, 1975.A .
ThursdayNov.18Brooker up approximately 5:111) from \\1. can have reading and at the school \\as the work of carried out by the float entries imidelllaliBl'adlnrd: year earlier, inlay! 11-I!
last 'l'ar's contract scale, writing classes We want to only a few persons, and that Thursday night al Tiger in the parade on 'riddy 'lIunly Sheriff's business and service
ray repair
Council annual increases 0 ) lire know u hat )'ou're going to dowith most of the community IS Growl thecrovd not only had Winner of the float deputies say! the Ihieves for the area was cenlralt/l'd in
7pm, proposed for each year the bUlldlnj" anxious to have the bUilding to contend vith" the cold cllmpt'litionas the float by removed cement hlocks from Bonifav, but is now in the ;
It'\11I111 that in the salary. Sallyelson: head of the restored to use. \\eather but a faulty public the Future Farmers IIf the north side of I the bUlldlllg process uf being moved back
the Qlommunttytut Schedule. CUBE Economic: Agency, In other business, the board address system 10 hear the America, with a dog box with to make the holes to Starke. Continental .expects
Salary increases for aId she, too, was there to find took under advisement a kits presented by the a bulldog inside It vas the fourth robbery at the new business office at 3114N.
& lank leathers IIn Cllntinulngl'onlrllt.t (out what Is to be done with the request from the freshman sophomore and Second place went to the the convenience store in a :':. Temple Ave. ''US-30U to
the i>senior class The sophomores Spanish Club with the Middle
for in
called
Accounl. Now Inlu,." Up building ('omrehensive! Employment little over a year. and the first be' ready to !to Dec. L
schedule show non first place v Ith their skit, School and Rivers Hardware 4
proposed "I've been hoping \\e could Training Act Program started
since the
store closing When
To 140,000 by last l'ar's "Charlie's Angels," a spoof on placing In the non-high school telephone companies d
increases liver pay use the budding for a cannery. I C'FLTA'I fnr the vo tech school from 2-6
".".,al D.polI, Insuence Cop scale. IIf about $:4M'' at four \\e'\e already got a $10,000 to be reimbursed for tUition chat, goes on in the locker cllmpetitlon a m (See Page,,") yw


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t "A Puppet Show entitled Puppet, created Show by Senior Set Girl At Scout Library presented at 3:30: p.m rIze thd @I fflte J/l/ WJl

. -Little Red Riding Hood," Troop Number 669. will be- Wednesday the Bradford, November County Public 17, -at n 64.ide


-- Library Children of all ages are Q4 Waoly SocUly dHoft

Starke Sewing Center invited to attend.Admission is
free. --- -------- -- -

215 E. Call St. 964-6312 Country Club Elects New OfficersGrover -t tt'

;", ty
I Howard was elected Silcox chairman; S.G.
I[ Singer SALESWe I .. it..... .. ", president of the board of Denmark and Pat
".:' 'll.. "tt' r, directors of the Starke Golf Farnsworth.A .
( and Country Club recently Las Vegas Night, set

..; iJ.) '' ;; ,. \ .... .,J.......' when a new slate of officers Saturday.Nov. 19. is slated by
-.... '\ '. and a new board of directors the Social Committee Other
:" _' "
; ,: '. ., were namedAlso activities are planned! for
I \.. ,'....".l.I' .; to.e.. elected were Vice December and January.All v
J 'HI .,,{, President Ben M'axley. members are urged to
'
Service {\::. Treasure Pat Farnsworth. come out and ejoy the fun.
'.i" and Secretary Don Two new' family members
All Makes Of ,... Wain*right. welcomed: Mr.and Mrs. w&r'
.t The following committees Thomas H. Lindsay and
Sewing "J"ri' JI' were named by President Williams H. McCrae. Andy
Howard: Denonn was welcomed on his

Machines & Social and House Mr. and return.
\ Mrs. Charles Flynn. co The lounge of the club has
Imitated into Junior Woman's Club are (l-r) Mrs. Sharon chairmen: Mr. and Mrs. been renovated with the help
Vacuums Il'rrs. Mrs. Temnce Rieske Mrs. Gary Stephens. Mrs. W.M. Harry Gruen. Mr. and Mrs. of Charles Flynn
\bratns and Mrs Patrick Henry Ralph Bryan, Mr. and Mrs.
Dudley Hardy Mr. and Mrs.
Junior Women Initiate New Membersand Grover Howard. Mr. and Mrs. Dora Haisten ,
Richard Odom. Mr. and Mrs. vat } ,'
The Junior Women's Club December events were John Watson. Mr. and Mrs. Given Surprise
held a candlelight initiation discussedNew Dwight Elder. Mr. and Mrs.

We Also Make Service Calls ceremony Monday night for members initiatedwere Les Wood. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Birthday PartyMrs. ww-
new members. Mrs. Sharon Hyres, Mrs. Hester and Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs R M I Autry. president, Terrance Rieske, Mrs. Gary John Smith. ..ra
FREE ESTIMATES presided o\er the meeting Stephens, Mrs. W.M. Abrams, Tournament and Golf S.W. (Dora) Haisten
where plans for NovemberGEANQ Mrs. Patrick Henry, Mrs. league committee: Harold celebrated her 87th birthday
William Brown and Mrs. Ovid Bishop III, chairman; Bill Sunday afternoon. Oct 31.
O'Neal. Adams John Watson. Dwight from 3 to 4 p.m. at a surprise
The club will present a Elder. Brian Karvonen and birthday reception at the .
OPENING Thanksgiving basket to a Jim Hester. home her son and daughter- ,
needy family. On Dec.: 4 there --Green ilnd --.Equipmentcommittee in-law Mr. and Mrs. Don

will be a breakfast with Santaat : Ben Moxley; -Bagwell-- -. -. .....,.
the club house. Children's chairman: Dr. H.H. Adams. The Halloween motif was
tickets will be S1.2S: advance Jim Brown Godwin. Ed Cole carried out in the decorations.The .
Stretch Sewing ShopAt tickets may be purchasedfrom Donald Wainwright Wayne orange and green
Mrs. Gerald Wilson, 964- Mundorff, Don Pate. Bobby decorated birthday cake was
8210. Mrs. Gary Stephens, 964- IcRae, and Jewett Fogg. at one end of the refreshmenttable
123 S. Walnut Street In Starke 6331 or Mrs. J.C. Dukes. 964- Finance committee: Vernon and punch bowl 1 at the w. .
7972. Tickets will also be sold other end. Mrs. Haisten's .:
at the door. There will be a JaneWhittington.Stuart granddaughter Mrs. Johnny
SALE Door Prizes coffee table for parents. Johnson, made the three
The club will have a tiered cake.
Christmas bazaar corner of Lester Among the 30 friends and Mrs. Terry Lee 1'obb
Wednesday Thru Saturday Walnut and Madison Streets relatives attending was a
Saturday.Dec. 11, at 9:30: a.m. Wedding Nov. 12 surprise visitor Mrs. Diane Carlson Lee Cobb
Nov. 10 -13, 1976 Members were reminded of Haisten's son R.C. Bagwell of Terry
National Children's book Denver, Colo. Mr. Bagwell
In week, Nov. 7.13; National Mr. and Mrs. L.D. remained for the week visiting Wedding Nov. 6 In Jacksonville
Specializing Education week Nov. 1420; Whittington of Hawthorne an- his mother and relatives.

19 Drawing National Bible week, Nov. 21- riage nounce of the their approaching daughter,Jane mar- Miss Diane Louise Carlsonof with their guests the coupleleft

1 Yd 28. Wasdin. Elaine, to Stuart Lee Lester, Christmas BazaarSet Jacksonville daughter ofMr on wedding trip to
Nov.13 Miss Monteray
and Mrs. Marvin E. Orlando.
S229Y in son of Mr. and Mrs. G.L.
chairman was
education Carlson of Starke. and Terry The bride is a 1971 honor
.
Lester Jr. of LaCrosse.The
TEE SH IRT At Noon charge of the program for the In Melrose
members edding will take place Lee Cobb son of Mr. and Mrs. graduate of Lake Wales High
evening where Friday November 12, at 8 William V Cobb of Jackson School. Lake Wales and is employed
PRINTS POLYESTERSl made games for the slow- p m. in the First Assembly of Trinity Episcopal Church, ville were united in marriage by Pantry Pride in
learners in school. God of Hawthorne.Miss Melrose, will have its November 6 at 2 p m. in the Jacksonville.The .
RIB ALSO for the evening
Hostesses Christmas Bazaar Saturday is
Murray Hill Baptist Church groom a 1970
Whittington graduatedfrom
James 4 Gloria Holmes Owner were Mrs. Maxie Norton Jr Nov. 13, from 9:30
Hawthorne High School : a.m. to 1:30: Jacksonville with Rev Paul graduate of Robert E. Lee
and Mrs. Terrance Riseke. p.m. in the parish house.A the School and is
__ __T______ --.JL-' ro_.-:. ---_.. and graduates from Santa Fe luncheon costing $2, will Wrenn performing High employedwith
i Ifi Community College in December nuptials. A D.T. Security Systemsin
She will enter the be served from 11:30::: a m. to 1 Decorating the altar were Jacksonville.Mrs. .
University: of Florida Collegeof pm. two baskets of red white and
Education in January, 1977. attractions include blue flowers against a back
Mr. Lester graduated from handmade Other Christmas gifts ground of an arch candelabra William V Cobb,
decorated with flowers two mother of the was
r Bradford High School; served white groom
and decorations a
>1 a ,f two years with the U.S. Navy baked.goods, tree candelabras and palms. hostess at a rehearsal dinner
elephant table
Medical Corp in Memphis Gordon Howard organist In the church Fellowship Hallon
pickles, jelly and..jam. a
Tennessee. He will enter table and and Miss Alicia Rutan, November 5.
handicraft plants
Santa Fe Community Collegein vegetables and fruits. soloist, presented a programof
January, 1977. nuptial music.
Nick Siegel of Orlando was
- iota ifa a best man. Ushers were Wil UDCToHaveChristmas
liam Cobb, brother; Joe
PANELING !I II LaFon and Stan Parham, all
CENTER of Jacksonville.Mrs. .
II Ann Demski of Jack Luncheon Dec. 1
sonville was matron of honor.
$ Bridesmaids Donna Carlsonof
4' X 8' The W.T. Weeks chapter of
f /4ALU.E Starke and Linda Taber of
It I I II Jacksonville sisters of the the United: Daughters of the
SHEETS bride, and Norma Driussi of Confederacy will have a
Christmas luncheon in the
Jacksonville were gowned
BlomourpEdicY I Prices 1 1I ,tlike in royal blue crepe First United Methodist
"" gowns with long sleeves, Church Fellowship Hall on
Wednesday. December 1, at
i trimmed in white lace. They
Start At
I 1 wore royal blue picture hats noon.
and carried nosegays of red Tickets are $3.50. Money
white and blue carnations. and reservations must be
11.F. I'HI( F. '- 1 1I Given in marriage by her turned in ahead of time. Con.
tact one of the :Miss
I$299YAUGNNJOHNSON father the bride wore a bouffant hostesses
gown of white chantillylace :Norma; Canova. :Mrs. Curtis
with long puffed sleeves Sanders or Mrs. Elzie Sandersto
ending in wiuc cuffs. She worea secure a ticket.

See Us For Your Kitchen fingertip veil with wide lace
border and carried a cascade
Cabinet Needs bouquet of white carnationswith
white streamers.A BIRTHSMr.
reception was held in the-
I CO. church Fellowship Hall.
.
and Mrs. James
Karen Baughman. sister of
I the the bride's Montuoro of Jackson. Tennessee
I OPEN SAT 9.3 964.5711 groom kept
book. announce the birth of a
Comer Of S.R. 100 Tt' Starke
daughter Gma Maria born
After spending some time
.
w .a .,A November 4. :Maternal grand
.::J parents are Mr. and :Mrs. Mac
Baldwin of Starke.



I I. ',". FREE iii1'i.u'ATKimiiMiitl.lllKKMI.TS: ; -:
... l::!
I :I'. ..:., ;: :..; .,'!- -, "
f. "''1".j I ..... --, .:,.;'. :Mrs Lora Francis. and :Mrs
It hea Johnson. were the
I. I
B" winning couple. ill Duplicate)
10 Lb.Turkey
Hndge TII'Sd.I> lIi hllni:
.I I )U. Mom and :Mrs. l.vx
Tillo.U: : ; : TIIK, ; NEW TIIK: NKWFI.OKIDIAN: ._ <;1'1'11t'.e. xevond- and Dr

THOPIC'\o.\{ ( : ; (JU.K. ;STHKA.MIMIN:. .{. ( : ; _r and :Mrs .111. :Mines in KIT
MALONKGLAMOURPEDIC: : .. were third.
I 1\\ -I/I I I -I/I I WIN M/l. or :s :-..
Ie. _utrt.I .,,.', I ...)to I I'?. Ie. uul.ir,. ,'l'i'. I ii ,h I I'M?. Id rnl.ir' "f',', |l-.n: h "I'm.il. : .J.i ,
...ili. I I'm.: Vi'i". I ... h |'i,.. ".ill ,I'rin. i.'i'i'i I ,ii h I'. -. ,- I I'rr?- 7'14.i I.d.Ii| r IITI-: Yi.u .nji.> mil only c
\i.iii ,Inn:: ll' .i\ .| rini: ?'ft*. MII.IIIIIL'' ll ipriiii" : i.'i'i'i::: 1I.uInog IAn Siriiij| 7'rill. '' .' -. .h,. ciimfnrl' of, "fium.liut Ham

MIIn I I I \ I hi* tlii-p supportif :bJ'/joJ/ now. .
M I I I -". M.Cu ':
It- ''"'ri. ., .in ..-11, (I. _,'I".", It.u |Jii.*9.! "-.1. ,p. -Ml-, I *.,.,., |Ie.{ .II'r., .'...INs\1.| !",.,;. r >-tfi-l hii>I n in.-d.n crafted mallriM.ti ., with purchase Mrs. ....W. Strickland

C f I.I II\ .1/I. Ij1\;i -i/1., (//I l I 11.\ -" I/I. and dim.I/.d, ,fur I returned Wednesday after
Uc li'rii-i, .' 11| (-.I|<|iM,-, 1 Hiu 9'rviat MilJl'i'. ', It. u _" I'I'I'i 'I.: :::I," ." ;' liiriila! in St.
surgery Tuesday
.
KIM. -l/I KIM.IC> KIN(; ..|,1.,. ..,. Vincent's .
H.I L.er'r.; ..-i 1 ""::1LI:9.9| : !,.'. 'I" "i 'rjnn! \II.| i: j'co i It. L' ll't-i-:: '4I! ... IlI.tr.| :: ..'r. I FS3: !. ........=.c..u,....... Of Any Hospital.Mr.
and Mrs. Ogden Batesof
\J Jacksonville. were Friday
.VMag overnight guests of Mr. and

c Chef :Mrs Robbie Shaller.

a. Lr.) and !Mrs. Harry Gruen
were in Savannah, Ga. Friday
to Sunday attending a Whoeler

;- gj'jMARK"' GAS OR ELECTRIC RANGE Research Study Group.Mr .

L and Mrs.! La Rue

Between Now & Christmas Williams of Ormond Beach
spent the weekend with her
parents. !Mr. and !Mrs. R. A.
C'ulson and took home their
r SAWYERSLADEAPPLIANCE son.Drew. after a W 't'k'IIIISlt
with his grandparents.

CENTER !Mr. and Mrs. W.M. King
Mr. and Mrs. R f Muford and
Mrs. Rhymer I low oil were in
434 \v. Call SI. Phone 964.5827 Starke. Florida 332 W. Madison 964-77O1 Newberry last Thursday nightto
hear the
"Turnmtl !1'ouu"groupsing !
in which Mike Kingis \
a participant.P.a .

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1



Shannon SmithCelebrates

l4' 2nd

Jj
,j
Birthday Oct. 22
,
Shannon Smith celebratedhis t' I .
r. z u .
second birthday, Friday,
October 22,at a party given by
his parents. Mr.and Mrs. Tom
Smith at their home on
Morgan Kaod. y' r


The Mickey Mouse theme
.a was carried out in the
decorations. The refreshmenttable
was covered with a
white cloth decorated with
Mickey and Minnie Mouse and
Disney characters The table P
was centered with a Mickey 1 +
Mouse cake and a large
!Mickey Mouse was also on the
table.


friends Attending and were maternal close 83 Retired Raiford Prison Employees Attend Reunion I'holohvIt.I'tivLendun

.. ..01 grandparents Mr and Mrs.
..... I .. M.M. McRae, and paternal Pictured above are the 83 people who attended the fifth annual Kaiford John VA'hitehead's farm near Lake Itutlcit(' 'mi. Hi and :\11.... II..I. ""cm m
Y > !grandparents( Mr. and Mrs. Prison retiree barbecue get-together( held Saturday, Novembers, at Sheriff traveled the farthest distance; to intend, !IM> iii-m. .
r rr Harold V. Smith, and
members of the family. Mrs. Gertrude Hart, .
8 8I f Kaiford. ---- --- .-. .- -., -



I Karen Alvarez Mrs. Joseph And Huge Joseph Kuge I How Well Do You Read i'JJ5J.1ELiIr-; ;: ]


Wed Oct. 30 In OrlandoKaren Between The Lines?

This question Is one of the most difficult questions we answer at the Telegraph.A Machine
Alvarez and decorated
Joseph altar. The altar was Sewing I
Kum were married October with ferns, palms, and on newspaper has many practical uses a few of which are fish wrapping, lining/ drawers, ._ __.
candelabraand starting fires, housebreaking pets-you name it. But the question remains: How well do von
:111: l ut St. Charles Cathedral, either side spiral read ill
(Irla ndo. baskets of white
large!
For II little fun and a partial to how well read have
answer our devised
you paper we a
Karen is the daughter of Mr.and roses and mums.At the center
little game that answer our question. will choose at random from
may names our local
:\It.s..aol1\ Alvarez of was a white kneeling bench.On Repairs By
Orlando and the the altar was unity candle telephone directory. The names will be scattered throughout the paper in the most unusual
places, and will have absolutely nothing to doth\ the article or ad in which they appear.
(rumldaiiKhter( of !\II'. and which had been custom-made
You "So what" Well, to make the search worthwhile..the first
may to
say person clip one
Alvarez Sr. of the invitation
:Mrs. O K. with wedding
of the names and mail the name along with their name and address to the Bradford County S
:Miirke.Joseph. sealed in as part of the candle.A Toole
Don
Kuge is the son ofSir. reception was held in the Telegraph.().Drawer,\.Starke. Kla.32091. will pick up a quick$15.
the Anyone finding his own name (having nothing to do with the article or ad in which it .. .. -
: and :Mrs Donald Kuge of church which carried out .... .... .

Orlando.performed Father" Martin the ceremony Mulqueen spice overlays The colors t tiered on the with tables.cake white lace was appears address.start) will)'0'11'receive subscription a complimentary,clip your name 6-month and subscription mail it In. Please to the send Telegraph.To us your. full mailing I 1IIi!!!! !:!.Special: ; Hf!: :.; ::::::..:.: '..::'.:::.:. ::: : ... CleanOil) : AndAdjusl >< I

_ _ _ I:::;:;;:;:.ForIciii::::::::;::;:;" ':;: ;: : TensionVacuum
Saturday; at :2pm. here the decorated with spice colored r-f P-J..,....,...".. "-Y "' "- J r---..,...,..., .,u .., ...." ;;;;:;:::: :: .
boom attended. prior to his flowers in heart shapes and ""
entcunh the lJ.S. Army. lopped with wedding bells. $
Civcn i in 1 marriage by her The second tier had a bride ptl"Jona[/ ........................................,................. ..... ImiW iiiirl Mi.'i:: : ,: 595
lather, the bride wore a'gownof and groom/ on a love seat 'WE. ,, ;, ,
candlelight lull' satapeau decorated ilh flowers and !Mr. and Mrs. Fred I lint son Mr. and Mrs. Tilley
featuring! a wedding band love birds. The cake was cut Miss Mary Evans of and Jimmy and Michael returned last Thursday aftera Repairs Alii
11"t'kllnund un empire bodice by Mrs. Loyal I'ercival and Jacksonville was weekend Barr of Birmingham, Ala. are week's visit with Mrs. Agnes
til' Venice and chanti lace. The l\ rs. John. King. guest of Miss Adrienne Barry. visiting Mr. and !Mrs. Horace Heath in Fort Lauderdale & Accessrig
long bishop sleeves were The punch was also of spice Williford this week.
delicately trimmed with color, served 1 in crystal punch Jerry Lawson of Fort Mr. and Mrs. L.H. Harperare
matching lace. The A-line bow Is. Violet Myrick of Starke Walton Beach spent the !Mrs. Ethel Sewell of patients in North Florida 3 1
skirl tell gracefully into a full and Kim Johnson of Orlando weekend with his mother Jacksonville is visiting Mrs. Regional Hospital.See ; ; rn( I] [ OOiJW( [!
chapel train, accented with a served. Mrs. Mary Lawson. L.D. Vining for several days. -61G3'i
llounce hemline. The The bride's book table was (
headpiece was of matching of the same decoration! on Curtis Edwards was in !Mrs. Arlin !McKnight Page 4)) i
lace and seed 1 pearls which fell which was a white plume pen Memphis Tenn., Sunday to returned Tuesday of last week
into a fingertip I length. She and (the bride and: l groom's Wednesday attending a after four weeks visit with
carried a cascade of white unity candle. The book was Holiday Inn meeting.Mr. friends and relatives in North
roses and baby's breath which kept by Kathy Kuge. sister of and South Carolina. 1 I
had( in the center, her corsage. I the groom. and Mrs. Pete Jaudon of SUPER BUYS IN OUR
The bride's sister. Mrs. Tim The gift table was decoratedwith Brandon were Monday !Mrs. S.E. Hitch of
iH-Voe. served us matron of green ferns. All the visitors of Mr. and Mrs. M.F.Hazen. Gainesville was weekend
honor. She; wore a long gownof tables were decorated with I guest of Mr. and !Mrs J.W.
spice color. The empire spice and overlays of lace. Ritch. Sunday guests also I ( IDAY6319WE' I II
sly le bodice was encha need by Fronts of the tables were Mrs. Corine Purvis of included 1 Mr. and Mrs. Will
.ui attached capelet tunmeddelicately draped with greenery and Gainesville was last Thursday McMillen of Swainsboro, Ga. .
with Venice lace mums. overnight guest of Mrs. W.F.
She: carried a nosegay of Mrs. Bishop Myrick of Uerlong/ and Sunday visitors Mrs. Lex Green and Mrs. :i ;
yellow carnations bronze Starke- directed the weddingand were' Mr. and Mrs. F. V. W.B. Mundy were in -I ;
butterscotch daisies. reception. Herlong of Jacksonville Tallahassee Thursday to :
Isdoy'S breath with inlays of Out-of-town guests were: Sunday. Mrs. Green visited \
ollouelvet ribbon and Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Alvarez Mr.and Mrs. Arthur Coulter her son and family, !Mr and
streamers.Krie :Mr. and Mrs. Bishop Myrick, and daughter, Amy, of Arcadia Mrs. W.H. Green and Mrs.
: Kuge.! brother of the Violet Myrick, Sarah Biggs were last week guests and of Mundy visited her daughter, Dress UpYour Home 61
groom served as altar boy for Mr.: and Mrs. Jerry Baldwin, Dr.and Mrs. R.E. Dopson Miss Jean Mundy.! S.CIfft
presentation of rings. Brian Dwayne and Kellie of attended the Keystone For The Holidays
:Mrti Lloyd E. Meyer Starke and Mr. and Mrs. Heights football game. Mr and Mrs. Fred Snell of .
organist. and Mrs. Beverly5.11)P. Walter Bowles of St. Louis St. Augustine were Saturday
:; soloist, of the : Miss Maye King and Miss evening, October 30, dinner
Metropolitan: : Baptist Church, Mo.After a wedding trip to LongBoat Virdielee King of Tifton guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Kitchen PrintSALE
rendered! nuptial music Key Fla. the couple will Georgia are guests this weekof Hurst.
The bride entered through a reside in Fort Knox, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. W.M. King. l

large arch covered with TO -.... Reg. y
and mums to thJJ I"" ,,1"" 111 l
greenery '6' Yd.



; YoJnDW naWRnDSRve 1 95J

Friends of Clyde B. P t? *- Sq.Yd.ARTIFICIAL .

Terwillegar will regret to
hear of the death of his _
motherIrs.! C.B.
;
Terwillegar, Sr. in the I r
Swanhome Nursing Home in : : av

St. Petersburg on Sunday. \ .
Burial was Tuesday afternoonin \


Local Hialeah.admittances to F

Bradford County Hospital this -a I
week include: Mrs. Lattice
Rucker of Lake Butler; Mrs.
Tressie !McAlister and Mrs.
Beatrice Lanier of Raiford;
Miss Amy Davis of Hampton;
Lester Roe of Lake Geneva;

.Mrs.! Laurenze Levesque, -- ,-"'::.
James Leach, John Godwin.
Louis Mann, Herman 4\
Huggins, Thomas Crawford,
\
Edward Westlund and !Mrs. 10x55 Used 1974 \.
Nina Wade of Starke.

I 12x65
!Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Hobbs 2Br.Living .
of Montgomery, Ala., Roland
Heath and Mr. and Mrs. 2 Full Baths I ARGE

Wayne Davis of Atlanta and Room Air ConditioningEXPANDO SELPCTIONOFNO
B.Y. Saxon of Pompano Beach REMNANTS
were weekend guests of Steve & Washing Machine TURF WAX
Denmark at KIngsley Lake.
They all attended the Florida Sq Yd

Georgia game. 2495 $5600 Sq $395 30-60 % OTTSHEET $ 49

Mr. and Mrs. B.Y. Saxon of Yd.
Melbourne and Mr. and Mrs.

Marlie Sanderson of I Shooting Star By
Tallahassee were weekend InventoryClearanceOn
guests of Mr. and Mrs. S G

Denmark Florida-Georgia and all game.attended the We Now Have 3: Bedroom CARPET IN STOCK BurlingtonfRON


Sen. and Mrs. Charley 24KGO's In Stock: Rt
Mrs.
and
James Johns visited Cash and Mr. family in \ $ 9 5 Reg.$139SYd..

Orlando Sunday and Monday Olin's Mobile Home 3 Sale\ $ 9 Per 95 Yd.


TIIKBIMOKOHU: !

('Ul'STTtU.It.I'1I: : Hwy 100 Starke 964-5606 FHA Financing Available On New Homes
Thursday
Published every Plus FREE
at \:1M: \\'.'all Street
Slarke..Florida :J2 I II!"l 1 Sfnglewide RcposFor$25O Expert installationTeal

Second Class postage paid 1 Down Priced At $4995

alStarke, FloridaSubscription Tile Cr
CarpetE.
In trade area Hales: II per: SAVE WHILE THE 1976 MODEL HOMES LAST-


Outside yearslat: trade months urea: In THE 1977 MODELS HAVE LARGE PRICE INCREASE Call St. Starke, Fla. 964-7423 ( In Old Stumps Bldg.) 4'

per>ear: ".5011'1 months ..



I 1 A



TELEGRAPH November II, 1976
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I s 6 Earn Strai ht-A"s At BMS I



Six of 735 students at daughter of Mrs Barbara Randy Caesar Parado. son Davis Sherry Louise Davis Karen Annette Holtz. Micheal
Bradford Middle School Daniels, Starke of Mr and Mrs. Romeo Tamara Ilene Denton Tabitha William Jordan< Kimberley
earned straight-A's during the Charl'slorris: Williams Parudo. Starke. Anah Folsom. Tina Denise Dee Lawson btierra/ Ueann
first six-weeks grading period 12, son of :Mr and l1rslorris: Students on' the A-B Honor Gibson Teresa Ann Harley. !Moll Luana Layne Mundorff
which ended Oct. 18. Williams. StarkeChrisandra Roll in the 7th grade;( are: Martin James Hunter Sybil Queen Elizabeth Myers,
Straight A Students are: Louise Robert Scott Allen. Loretta Janice Kelly Lori Ann Elizabeth Marlene
Diane Bizier 12-year-old Hamilton. 13 daughter of :Mr Ann Beaslev. Tina Marie Lawson, Mary Catherine McWilliams. Vickie Genetic
daughter of Mr. and :Mrs and Mrs. Irie Hamilton of Best, Valeria Renee Brown, Martin. Terri Lynn Massey. :N'icula.; Kathy Jean Pettewav.Brett .
Clermont Bizier Satrke. La"Icy Vickie Lynn Carver. Dennis George Samuel McCane, Cecil Prenton Kelly
James Scot Craft. 11. son of Deborah Lvnn Parmenter Michael Chesser. Donna Regina Lynn Mclntosn, Elaine Slade Louis Sesma
Mr. and Mrs James Craft. daughter ofIr: and :Mrs. Mischell demons. Tammy Randall Franklin Merrill, irtiz. Yvonne Sanders. Vicky
Starke. Vermin F Parmenter of I Leona Craw ford. Constance Suzanne Newport, Laura Ellen Sheffield. Deborah
Charlene Mary Beam. 13. Hampton Lake.Sheriff's Marie Davis, Harriett Yvonne Alexandra Uehler Melanie Joyce Thorpe and Dale
Darline Parrlsh. Julie Marie Eugene; L'nderhill.
. 3 Arrested For Stealing Chicken FeedAfter Pendarvis Thomas Edward .
Powell Yllah Dynise Slocum. Students receiving straight A's for the first six-weeks at Bradford Middle School are (el-r)
Charles Morris Williams. Deborah Parmenter, Charlene (Mary Bl'am..James Scot Craft,
David Morgan Sapp Ronda Lynn
several months' deputies said the to a residence. They were Irene Stern Cynthia Lu Phone Rates.......... Randy Caesar Parado, Diane Yvonne Bizier and Chrlsandra Louise Hamilton.
investigation spearheaded by pair employees; of Cat-Maine: arrested at Pittman's house in .
Sheriff Dolph Reddish county Feed Co. here were shorting Lincoln City while in the Stevenson Daryl Lee (From Page 1))
Thorton. :Nancy; Lea Wallace
police have nabbed three and the of unloading feed.
customers delivering
process make a rate increase
and Edward Arthur Winkler.
chicken thieves here. remainder of the chicken feed request Be CorrectedFor
Eighth graders on the A-B the PSC hinges its approval vII 147 Deficiencies Must
Arrested :Nov; :3 I and
set at $2,000 for Klondes but Honor Roll are : Frances several factors, including
charged with grand larceny he has not yet been released.A Deputies reported 5,380 Annette Austin. Turosia service and rate of return.
were Robert Pittman, 27 and 15-year old juvenile was also pounds of feed were t\ette: Bright. Brenda Sue Customer complaints UGH To Qualify For Medicare
Billy Klondes. :31. both of arrested and has been recovered at the time of the !Dnrminey. Kevin Lynn received by the PSC are
Starke Pittman was releasedon referred to juvenile arrest. The feed was being Klixson. Surveller Gaine\'. numbered and filed under the .
$2.ono: (><) bond. Bond was also authorities stored In i5-gallon drums Joseph :Michael llerres.. appropriate telephone 147 deficiencies at Union owe the hospital about $85,000of in the purchase price whatever
company and if the General must be corrected bya the $137,617 owed to the is owed on the I Hill! Burton
Commission is not satisfied Nov. 23 inspection if the hospital. The hospital will Fund judged to be in the
that the company Is providing hospital Is to collect over receive a Medicare, Medicade neighborhood of 365000. HA
satisfactory service, the $85.000 owed it in Medicare inspection that is necessary to would be responsible to HEW
CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTYAre request can be denied which payments, hospital board collect the money owed to the for the final figure that is

was the case with General trustees were told in the hospital. worked out between them. HA
Telephone (serving the monthly meeting Tuesday.The Trustees reminded Health will assume the remainingbond
YOU Aware Of The Following) Facts.? Tampa Bay and Fort Myers hospital currently has America official Tom Greene payments, $515.000 plus
area) two years ago. 147 deficiencies out of a that the hospital has borrowedthe interest to be repaid as the
In addition a "reasonablerate checklist of 528 items. last that can be borrowed bond schedule is set up and
FACT of return" is allowed the Administrator Gene Hardval from Farmers and Dealers must pay the remaining
YOUR SCHOOL BOARD PAYS YOUR COUNTY TEACHERS THE LOWEST BEGINNING
: phone company, generally said steps were being taken to Bank. The last loan of $20.00(1( $70.000 plus interest from a

SALARY OF ANY NEIGHBORING COUNTY. from 7 to 12 percent. A rate of correct the deficiencies. Manyof to cover the current payroll $100,000 bank loan.
return significantly over this them minor, but other must be paid back through

Columbia percentage would be another requirements include hiring a millage. The contract has been
St. Johns 8.900 8,400 Clay 8,400 Alachua 8,300 pathologist Trustee chairman D.M. set up
reason for a turndown of a dietary for a term of four months
consultant and Hale said"from then on it will or
Baker 8.820 rate increase bookkeeper.
Bradford request. until the sale is
Suwannee 8,400 Gilchrist 8,300 7,770 completed. tithe
Continental records show a Health American Inc. (HA) be what you fellows collect sale has not been finalized
7.25 percent rate of return for interim management firm referring to HA responsibilityas by that time

FACT: AS OF JUNE 30,1976 THE SCHOOL BOARD HAD A BALANCE OF'459,233.28. the 1975.year ending December 31, report presented that Medicare to the board patients a while interim negotiations management for sale firm of 11Ihe upon management applicationby .
contract can be extend'd."We
the HA
hospital to are being
are looking forward to
FAPTINADDITIONTOANAVERAGERAISEOF16.9PRINCIPALSRECEIVE School Bus Driver And Parents made.Union County operating the hospital.,'

FHU ON THE NUMBER OF Commissioners accepted a think it is a good hospital \uth
A SUPPLEMENT RANGING FROM 5900 -$2700 BASED "
good potential said Avers
Meet Together Clear Differences bid from HA for sale of the
The people of Union Counts;
for the
STUDENTS IN THEIR SCHOOL. hospital purchase price deserve
a good hospital ue;
total around $930,000 Oct.
on
Several Lawtey parents who said: Mrs. Jenkins. have a good physical: plant
FACT* THE TEACHERS WERE OFFERED AH AVERAGE RAISE OF 11 % BUTIN REALITY, told the school board their "Everything superintendentJockel 25. and a good group <01>t temployees
children were being harassedon said he would do he'sdone Health America will "
assume Ayers said.!
46 % OF THE TEACHERS WERE OFFERED LESS THAN A 5 % RAISE. school buses and subjectedto and the children are

careless driving on the partof satisfied. They're not coming
the driver say the situationis home complaining like they If You Missed Flu Shots Here

You Be The Judge Is The Board Reasonable? Mrs."much Ola better.Mae Jenkins" said used The to.parents" had written I

the parents have met with the Jockel a letter, which they Go To Clay Or Union CountiesI
If You Feel As We Do That The Teachers Are Not Getting A Fair Deal- bus driver and the school read to the board Oct. 18,
superintendent Richard Jockel charging that the bus driverwas

Tell Your School Board And Superintendent Jockel to discuss the matter and careless and that their Person their who swine missed flu shots receiving be Consent signed forms before which being HUM in
that things have cleared up."It's children were being harassedon
last week here may still receive peculated will be available .11
much much better and around the bus.
_n ________ At the Nov. 8 school board them in neighboring the immunization centers
Imalentaivun- i ii
Union and Clay counties. Both
board member
meeting Innoculations will be ad- signed for the elderly and
Gaskins said it had
Arthur
ministered Saturday. :November ; those in the high-risk category
been unfair to publish the
13, and Sunday. :November ; and monovalent. for the
charges in the newspaper 14, at Keystone general public will be mail!
without the school board Heights High School from 10 able. High-risk person Ire
having a chance to defend a.m. to 4 p.m. In addition those with chronic illnesses
[IDOffiJ DD O itself. under shots will be given at Union involving heart lungs or
When the matter was
0CIJV0ooo I discussion by the school boardat County Butler Saturday High School November in Lake diabetes.kidneys and those with

the time the charges were
r 13, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Health officials are urging
brought Gaskins and other
3I Sunday. !November; 14, from 25p.m. over IB he
board members had no immunize
.


11Q)0) 11[) 0] comment. Clay Zoning Board Denies I






I, Wl[ ID ( A Kingsley Kingsley Lake resident's I Garage his!> present! one He Expansion aid want the area. limit up .1.i.,,'
mm]) aI
plans to enlarge a (lie business> had nro\ui and:\ l more than it already is"We
commercial garage operationwere he vault\ *! to expand it don't \\<1/11' anxtliint.
nipped in the bud by the Ni.xint! that residents! of thl'l1'l'a here that's doing to hrniL
Clay County zoning < do not desire any. further more people to the area x.ntl
commission last week. development, t the commissionsaid Lake l resident John Toroth!
The commission denied on a the agricultural "We don't want any nmrt,
7-0 vote a petition by fo".W"Fro" classification would be "the traffic or annimr
J. Strickland owner ofStrickland's best use! for the land congestion I think nin'
Landing to The area is a residential around here want tin
i4. rezone an eight-acre tract picnic and recreation site at {fake to stay just as it is! "
2 between SR-16 and SR-16A present. Camp Blanding is Also speaking agains I the
I- near Kingsley Lake from nearby.
rezoning petition were
agricultural to intermediate
Several neighbors ofStrlckland's Stewart Beckett. Joseph'
business. Strickland told the
attended the
Kauffman and Hill KdxuiriU.:
board he wanted to build a meeting saying I they don't all Kingsley Lake residents
I larger garage down the road

MM


2>..J/Jo..K-/ Budget Deficit In U C's

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October FTE CountUnion

Mr. and Mrs. W.M. King.
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:.r. t qtl l t Mr and Mrs. B.C. Buford,
.1 !! "' ? Miss Maye King, Miss County School Board buy audio visual I equipment
Virdielle King. Mrs. C.D. Edwards members had their worst for the school.! The high school
.I Mr. and Mrs. Kent fears realized at their regular would rl'Cl'I$6.7'MI' for the
r 't, /1' Booker, Mr. and Mrs. George meeting!! Tuesday night with reading lab and each of the
a Pierce and Robbie Pierce the admission that the school other two schools in the county.
were in Gainesville Sunday budget is $64.841 84 short. SLawt( ) each.
.Ot night to hear the "Turning Howard :McNeil: ; I I ) request by board member
TOGETHER WE'LL BUILD YOUR NEW The SEBRING Point" group sing at the North administrative assistant told Donald Dukes for a.i i

HOME. Working, together with Jim Walter you maychoose 4 BEDROOMS BATH Central Baptist Church. the board the school system inventory of school materialswas

v az from more than twenty beautiful homes one __ --u- n---_____ never achieved the tabled until the TV
that's exactly right, priced right for you and your family. Don Herron of Grantham, attendance that wax fiunrprl meeting!
will finish, the outside completely then if' you're Over 20 differf f r I Pennsylvania was Tuesday on in the budget and found School board members w' i
handy with tools, you can lake over and finish, some or ent models a'M If. =t=1 night of last week guest of Mr. themselves 91 pupils short. told that the covering OWl
all of' the interior to cut your building costs. Jim Walter ailabl and Mrs. L.F. Dinkins. Each student who attends I 5) walkway at the elemental
build lo any stage from the shell up to 90% fin', V @ 1 1 hours a day. 5 days a week in school is in critical contiittin
ished. You tell us where to stop. but the more interior rwIll r-= .... P.J. .
Choose the one IS attendance for 25 hourse a and had been roped off 'I.
those from
Among out of
finishing you do for' yourself, the more money you'll save.
You tell u. what you want. we'll work together!!! that is just right W'1 town attending the funeral of week for 900 hours a year is prevent children Irom heat.

for your family. I L- r.,.E' I;:: j P.M. Barefoot on Tuesday, weighted one full time hurt. The state tepartme.it
INSTANT MORTGAGE FINANCING FOR back
'j November 2 were Mrs. equivalent I iFTE) Each engineer was to. report
THERE'S NO BETTER TIME THAN NOW QUALIFIED PROPERTY OWNERS. .We otter Bernice Opperman of Clearwater student in Union County is on what needed to be done "incorrect
mortgage financing 'for qualified property owners and Mrs. Warren Blan- worth $710 in funds adjusted the situating!! of the
TO BEGIN WORKING WITH BIG JIM. .
B'g' it's INSTANT!!! There's no red tape and no "third party"We chard of from the state figure of $756 roof collapsing
want you to have complete Information' with no obliga Tampa Mr. and Mrs.
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will In .
Jim work with .
you consulting pland.l.y. What's more you'll l know enaetly! for of
ning' and providing INSTANT mmortgage financing to quailmonthly mortgage payment will be !be!ore st uelion lion before deciding. When you have ALL the tact. Herbert Darby and Mrs Tillie the a cost living decrease in
tied property owner ao that you'll have more home for begins so that you can plan your budget wisely. Let's. get we think you'll choose Jim Walter a. your builder. Construction Darby of Lake City Mrs. county.
the 'least amount of money possible., Prices will probably together NOW!!! Let t talk about the style and site home can begin almo.llmm.dlalely. almost anywhere Jeanette Coggin Mrs. Lillian First count for the state
never be lower than they are today. .so NOW is the you want I and need with two three or four bedrooms that you own properly. Fowler and Mr. and !Mrs. funds was taken the week of
time to begin. Jim Walter can start custom construction and one or two bathrooms. Let's. discuss price, financing Walter Gammel of Jack October 25 29. Any student
almost' Immediately, almost anywhere you own property. and mortgage payment. Let us tell you .boullhe qual' FREE FULL-COLOR CATALOG! sonville Mrs. J.C. Petry of enrolled must be present Cindy Bryiin IIpjul-
With Jim Walter, your new home dollar will go farther ity materials we use and about our custom-construction during that time.
than you pected, too. Here's why. methods. lOUt and mail. No obligation.i Baldwin Fernandina and Beach.Mrs. Bell Sapp of enrollment figures Projected on which

the budget was figured never 1-11 Horse Club

Mr. and !Mrs. James Hurstof did materialize in Union Cindy Bryan was elected'
Frostproof were weekend County McNeil: ; said he felt if President of IheI II Horse
Jim Wailer HOMES guests of Mr., and Mrs. Carl other school districts around Club at the regular monthly
Hurst. the state were short the state meeting of (he club Nov I
might raise the weighted fougl'nend'r: !>on is vice
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 32216 BRUNSWICK GA. 31520 tit;imo'MMd n more Information, (Bout J Wallar%, Mr. and Mrs. L.C. Smith of factor in late December to president. Paula Anderson)
Pied.e land your full'Color catalog of home, Vidalia. Georgia and daughter compensate for these !>('l'rNarBdnd.\ Amliewtreasurer. -
P. O.Box radar INaNx I un..o ,n.e I. no oOIgalon, shortages. !McNeill could not
16965 P. O. Box 1136 Mrs. Beth Judy and t \incrni I
S daughter, Kathy, of Milledge- give an assurance to the board l'rochij//o.. n'p"rll'l'1,1.: .,
y': 6227 Phillips Highway U.S. No. 1 South 4156 Norwich Extension f/ .00...._. ville. Georgia were weekend that this would happen.The Andrews. iluiplm. John
4 guests of their mother and board tabled a requestto Hr U 11. "recreation) leader. and
PH: 733-3250 PH: 264.0757 1 CiTY_ _-'rare_ zip_ rI grandmother. Mrs Henry hire a replacement janitor
,.,......(is.fitxoM. ..,n, I O'Hara.Mr. and a painter, a new position > new nlhrcr.* li.ivr,
until the financial

P. O. Box 954 I ===fowl* eva-ere.._lt0") ---I and Mrs. R.R. Turnip- might improve. In picture other planned m many exciting Anyiiiinlcrcled activities inloinuiii

OCALA, FLA. 32670 seed. Jr. of Arcadia were action the board approved IhIII llorso. flub 'is

3001 South Pine St. PH 732.3714 .""" weekend guests of Dr. and accepting Title alt lumts into united lo .utenil, ,tin ,u-M
: L'c. .. :Mrs. 11 II Adams. the huciaet The lederalllundfd > 1I1t 'III1"": -ft lor. Mi i'I.| ''INPage" .
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PEOPLE TRUST ECKERD'S
CommunityNews
FOR QUALITY PRESCRIPTION -

SERVICE AT LOW 4 FT. SCOTCH

Dell Chapter 168 O.K.8. LOW PRICES!
will hold its regular meeting PINE TREETREES
Thursday night November II
at l 8 p.m. in the Masonic Hall TO USE VEAR
on lirownlee Street. All AFTER YEAR EASY 88
members are asked to be pre IQ's TO ASSEMBLE AND 6
sent for this very important 10 OZ. MASTIC BOTTLIINTENSIVE TO TAKE DOWN
meeting. BUY 2 B1CLIGHTERS REG' 1788 .

CHURCH NEWS CONTAC VASELINE WI SPARE
Greater Allen Chapel BUlBS 20 Lr61R

A.M.E. Church.Kev R.GHeastie I MINI
Pastor. Service f COLD TABLETS CARE AND GET J '
activities as follows: Tuesday LIGHTSET
Prayer Meeting and Class FOR 12 HOUR RELIEF TABLE LIGHTER BASE"FREE" .
meeting. Wednesday night 7 LOTION 2Bu an
p.m., Nonnie Pullum Choir LIMIT 1 SINGLE I E
\\ \ FLASHER !'
rehearsal Wednesday 7:30: FOR I\\\j\\ REG 1129 t I SOVERDRY
p.m. Young Adult Choir OOcLIMIT
rehearsal. Saturday, 5:30, the
Sunday School will meet at c r
1400 B Lawtey Road. All Vaseline pi 1
teachers are asked to be ( INHNSIVCCARE1 7 9 "' J FLORIDA '
30"
present Sunday: Sunday TWO CHRISTMAS JUMBO
School 10 a.m. Morning REG
Worship, 11 a.m., the Young 2.98 CARDS cinrFAN .:iI
Adult Choir will render Song LIMIT 2

service. Morning Worship, 11 12 OR 14 CT WRAP M,
a m. Services will terminatefor

Gads the day Miracle and Deliverance 12 CT. y \\OA If Jil
ELECTRIC i
Out Heath For All REG ))66 o
People of Church of Clod andlIolln..s PAMPERSTODDLERS HEATER 2. 19
FORCED
!!. Inc., 1114 Oak BLANKETS L It.
Street, Elder Singleton INSTANT
Pastor Overseer I.Z, $ =-i" FAN FORCED Chooi*from luxurious colon PAK OF 25 fUT PAK
Montgomery Sr. Sunday: intwmur/ullur/blenNen.
Church School at 10 a.m. ; HEATS-SAFETY :y" READY
Morning at 11 v' TIP SWITCH TWIN SIZE I GIFT
Worship a.m. NO PINS NEEDED :- Tows BOXES
CY (
Evening Worship at 7:30.: $ GALAXY 95002 t
Monday' Prayer Meeting at REG 1288 ASSORTED
7:30: p.m. Thursday Band 1588 REG 79c
t ,.+" i REG 99C
Meeting 7:30: p.m. Friday ep .
Bible Study 7:30 p m. Sunday FULL SIZE ':.:... .." <'.
:
5:30: p.m. HY.PU The publicis LIMIT :
invited, > :' tr" ONE REG 1488 t
Pleasant Grove and Mt. ; >s< REG 24.99 17.88

Moridh United Church
Parish! Kev Willie Stilt
pastor, Services for the week 12 INCH 18 PC.
T) THE WORKPROCTOR CRYSTAL
.. DESIGN
started at Pleasant Grove { ::. .i NOVUS4510 i
with Rehearsal for the Young SLIDE RULE SECONDS! SILEX SPIRAL OR PUNCH BOWL SET
Adult Choir Monday at 7:30.: "" FOR RELIEF OF TAPERED BOWL,
Young Junior Choir Rehearsal '*' :'! ACHES AND PAINS! CALCULATOR 'I/ ELECTRIC CANDLES [ CUPS. HOOKS. LADLE
Tuesday night at 7:oo p.m.
Wednesday night Prayer '"' -? Reg 4' I
t : Trig and log function JUICER t
Meeting was held at 7:30.: ,;; :'k RPN' 3 tovel iigiiMf Hack I
Thursday night Bible Study 9: BEN-GAY pluft, accumulating: ; memo II I}I PAK
Sunday School will terminate dry 11-.pOmemory" r REG. 13.99 OF 33 r
services for the day. TWO |
GREASELESS
Weekly services for Ml q ''REG 55

Moriah began Tuesday night 1'/4 OZ.-LIMIT ONE 99 88
with Prayer Meeting at 6:30.: .,....... I IiIRI
Rehearsal for Choir No 2 at 7 1 ,.:' "". .
.J\\).: ri ; ::i :, .:
p m. Tuesday night Sunday fa w REG. 19 i 95 ? :: -I y Ir
s..rvices111 terminate with r;
Sunday School at 10 a m. s's
/ ':
a IBBC33CONTINOUS S
FreeCannon True t hurih of J
dod. in : Elder: : ,: 'i 50 YDSFOUR
Unity Sampson MUNSEY }:::; TYPES-LIMIT 2
White. Pastor Service began r; ; / i POLAROID T-88 LEAN
Tuesday night with Prayer ,, 1 JOHNSON'S
Meeting at 7::.10 Wednesday BAKER/BROILER{ L 4 9
night al 7:30: Tarrying DENTAL FLOSS '
COLOR FILM .
C
Service. Friday night Bible 4.3: REG 34 99
Study. Sunday services will #200WONDERLON Slant style,bakes, broils, TONI 8 OZ-LIMIT ONE
begin with Sunday School at 10 3 top browns, toasts, warm* s
a.m. MorningVorship at 11 LOW PRICE \ while cleaning itself. DIPPITY DO K
a.m. Eveningorhsip: at 6. .. 89

:Macedonia Freewill Baptist JETTING. GEL . .
thurch.Rev J. Butler pastorw PANTYHOSE 99' i
ill be host to the East: Florida ;ark. k ,. PACK; OF 5 LIMIT ONE
Conference beginning '
Wednesday November 10, at 3 : : f: PERSONNA
p m the public is invited to 69iREG.

attend The Church of God In 99CJ DOUBLE II . . .

Christ Elder I).It Williams, ,.. ?> DEPREE.100 CT .
Pastor service l schedule as } KORDITE 33 GAL. REGINA LIMIT I i

follows'services Tarrying(Friday will service.night begin Sunday Prayerand with \ TRASH BAGS ELECTRIKBROOM TABLETS PROMPT PAIN" 8 9 t '

Sunday: School at 9:30.: 3 j 6 6 VACUUM CLEANER a s t: .y.

Morning lo Worship at 11::30. f HOLDS UPPER '
with Minister Dewey Taylor .;:: PAK OF 1 15 SINGLE SPEED. REG. 2999 \ & LOWER PLATES
the At MODEL B8S18 flTKO<< LIMIT
delivering message. : WITHTIES' ONEVENTURE
USES DIRT CUP
510: YPWW with Sister h,t4>.i +. INSTEAD OF 3 3t
Jimmvr Thomas! in charge.
.
CUP
Tuesday night Bible Study BUYING EXCLUSIVE BAGS 2488 .
Visitors are always welcome tRpgSIp6S EDGE CLEANER
J
Greater Bethlehem } 41 PAK OF 8 REG. 6 iij
Freewill Baptist Church, Rev
Jasper" Williams service : : ;'; \ U Il FARREMERY $1 99 MODEl D .PEG. .34 99. 29 i*
schedule as follows: Weekly r;,; ,; IT DOCS
services l began Monday night I EVERYTHING
with Tiny tots Tuesday prayer / fTh NOW NO REUSABLEALUM. ATTACHMCNT5 WITHOUT BROTHER ZIG-ZAG
Meeting Wednesday night >< ALUMINUM TURNING OF AND WITHAMAZING
Brother Joe Pea w ill sponsora MEAT TO GET SPEED
program and proceeds will BOARDS STEP STOOL BROWN RAC 'n ROAST SEWING
benefit the Triple ChoirAnniversary I BUILT IN RACK LIFTS MEAT OFF
Thursday night LADDER I i BOTTOM OF PAN ALLOWS
Story (Hour at the Church \ \ \ Ill FOR COMPLETE BROWNING .: -1___ MACHINE I i

Saturday(Friday night the I Can at Circle 7 p.m.will 41 INCHES W/CARRYING

sell dinners from the kitchen / L I CASE
13 888/1P 139
HIGH!
Sunday is South Day The LIMIT I ; t
South will be in charge of TWO REG, 11.88. I
service Sunday School at .. PAKS
9.:1\1.: \ :Morning Worship\ at 11 IIIk
a m Dinner I at 12':.10. Evening k,: : -' PRESTO 8
Worship al o p.m. with the : ." / HEAVY DUTY ,
home :Mission in chargeThe '
First. Burn Church of ;'. I ,/. COCOADOOR HOT /
The l.itlni (..od: Elder SV J
Cohens!, pastor Weekly' ; FLAVOR HOUSE -' rtt': r 1Il l< ,:' :" MAT DOGGER '

services began Tuesday night f DRY ROASTED "h'r'r: : .
; ; BLIND STITCH FANCY
at 7H; with Prayer SI"'Vll'e. 24 INCHES FIVE REG $99 95
COOKS 1 TO
( Tarrying ', QT STITCHES PUSHBUTTON INCLUD.ESACCESSOR'
Friday night Kir
LONG X14 HOT DOGS AND
Service Sunday' is Pastoral LIMIT MIXED I l 1 REVERSE SIMPLIFIED AND DETAILED
TUFF IT ONLY TAKES
: MADE OF INCHES WIDE THREADING
Day Sundry School at 10:10.:: TWO INSTRUCTION MANUAl
COCOA FIBER 60 SECONDS
Morning; worship at 1130.: \) REQ $2 59
REG $10 99
Y.PC.W at fi pm Evening:
Worship at 7'4.>. Visitors are ; NUTS y,;; MEN'SCARDIGAN
'
always welcome ,
1 ..
SHELL
:Mi': Zion .\MK: Church, SOUTHBEND 630 :r .
Rev Richard ISL'lhbl. Pastor t i Gy, & PUUOVERSWEATERS
Sunday services! will begin ANT & ROACH SPINNING / ,
with Sunday School at 10 a m y ( .. '
tin m Lovefeast Service Al 4 }r INSECTICIDE REEL P<
p m Communion ServiceVntioch rrr 7oz'117 I WOODEN

:Missionarv Baptist : 1r AN1l STAINLESS ASSORTED
15'/i OZ _
pastor.Church. Rev I'rat'rIeellng Dennis: Strong f 'r. -S' ROACH AEROSOLREG 77, STEEL BAIL 388 taL SUIT COLORS AND ,
?
BLENDS G a
Thursday' night at 7 :.10 i 1 09 REG
Suud.iv school will begin at 10 $4.59 HANGERS REG $9.99 .
a in :Morning Worship at 11 w
..Ti.p.lJl.. 1-
a m. Evening Worship at 7 ,

pmNew: Bethel and ,,.b..I1..rlIaptht I QUAKER STATE H.D. IPCO. .CLEAN-A 6 6I :,
I
88CRE49
Churches. HeL H 1 OUTBOARDMOTOR '
Davis pastor :New' Bethel 5" X 7" I I'I'I I FISH COMBO '
'= _
services began with Prayer I I ( OIL i t URGE STYRENE BOARD WITH 1
'
I
:Meeting! and! Bible Class at I 1'_ POWERFUL CLAMP II STAIN w
7:111.:: ) Saturday at 4 p m The LESS KNIFE STEEL&
pastor and Deacons/ w ill meet 1 GFT I a 32 OZ SHEATH 99 :
Sunday School will begin 1 I 79
Sunday'" ill t 9:41\ : :Morning "n REG 5 '
"'orshiplIllI I I a in.Sunday at J ENLARGEMENT ....... $ $8.99
p.m. Choir :No; I will render '
I I.
song I I :Nursing; Home. on ColleyRoad. FROM YOUR COLOR NEGATIVE t :..: '' '' ;' .!..:: + '- \j'
:ID Communion ''-"'''' < '' ''' ''''-'' I
"II:
service will be heldKlMMieier I Sand beautiful tnlargaminti in this OFEN DAILY' : ,.9 SUNDAY 10-1 hwrlalnuso .
WEDNESDAY!
PRICES GOOD THRU
; Baptist Church 1159 anreetir//rem/.lt'tlr/etwayto\ SOMEI1EMSlIMITE02UFFlY'. w
maka ipccial poDlon your holimm
with Prayer
services began( .
meeting Tuesday night at 7 f';) :] 'f l G.1 l I '
daVlistSmll.lw,4 wL.J IJtiJue'E
a.JwwLlJu !J :
pm.. Thursday night Sunday at 7:10:: : ..! CI .
'r lerh.tting:
School will terminate services \t --=: J 831 Walnut St. r9
ul 9:13.:



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*6 TELEGRAPIIionmber! U. 1976




II Bradford Gridders Pound Baker 45-8 For 7th WinMistakes I



and the Bradford 23 and 83 yards and on a 70 first Tornado TD drive of 61 times; penalties nullified the covered the loose ball for
High grid team combined fora yard pass from quarterback yards. Fullback Jimmy Clark, first two times the Tornadoesgot Bradford.The .
45.8 rout of a charged up Jimmy Prevatt on which who scored two touchdownsand Into the endzone. Carter second Baker ii
Baker High eleven as the two Carter ran for 55 yards for the' rushed for 71 yards in 13 threw the halfback pass to possession was ended after 24 -
perennial rivals met on a cold TD after catching the ball. carries, had the longest run on Earnest for 10 yards, Kenny yards when Kenny Aycox
Friday night in Macclenny. Carter also threw two the drive, 15 yards: and scoredlrom Clark and Carter five yards Intercepted a Jones pass at _
Winning their seventh game touchdown passes 11 yards to Clark and CArter five yards the Bradford 17 and returnedit
against two losses the wideout Erie Biggs and 30 five yards out with 6:07: each to move the football to the Tornado 24. _
Tornadoes led 13 0 after the yards to wideout Allen left in the first period. Carter down inside the Macclennyone Five plays later Bradfordwas
first period. 27-0 at the half. Norman. threw the halfback pass to yard line. again in the Baker
33.0 after the third period on The Tornadoes produced 497 tightend Steve Earnest for With 19 seconds remaining endzone, this time on the half-
the way to their 28th straightwin yards of offense 326:! rushing nine yards on the drive and In the first period, the back pass from Carter to
over Baker High. The and 171 passing. gained nine yards on the Tornadoes were on the board wideout Allen Norman. Carter
Tornadoes have an open date Macclenny was charging pitchout around the end off the again, Andrew Carter threw 30 yards back across
this Friday. Nov. 12. before everything up to the line option, getting 15 more yards throwing the halfback pass to the grain to Norman waiting
meeting Suwannee High in trying to stop the Bradford when Baker was penalized for wideout,Erie Biggs who was in the endzone. A bad snap
Live Oak the following triple option off the veer. QB grabbing Carter's face mask. waiting alone In the endzone. again foiled the extra point, '
Friday. :Nov'\ 19, in a final Jimmy Prevatt threw over the The snap for the point was on but Bradford led 32 0 with .
district match in which a win heads of the charging Baker David Carter intercepted the ground and the kick 1:39: left in the third period. ; .- :'
will pave the way into the post defenders on to the TD strikes Baker quarterback Mike failed; BHS led 130. Bradford covered those 76 1"" .
season playoffs.Andrew to Carter. Carter made the Jones'first pass of the night at QB Jimmy Prevatt scored yards with ease. Carter
Carter ran the halfback pass go by gettingrid the Tornado 30 yard line and that touchdown twice before dashed over left tackle for 18 .
football for 193 yards in 19 of the ball quicker.A returned it 32 yards to the Biggs finally caught the pass, yards, then threw the half.
carries for the BUS eleven Baker fumble recoveredby Baker 38 to set the second BHS but the two scoring plays were back pass to Earnest for 11
against Baker High. Carter Tornado defensive end nullified on motion penalties. yards then came back with a
scored three times on runs of Kenny Rodrique, set up the TD.BHS had to score three Prevatt scored from inside the 12 yard dash over right tackle.
one on the QB sneak, from the Aycox found no hole in the
six on a broken play on which middle, but cut to his left and
he kept the ball and ran drove 10'yards to the Baker 25.
around the end. The first extra Bradford was penalized five
point try. failed when the yards for delaying the game,
snap was also bad and Prevatt but then came Carter's
threw for Andrew Carter, but touchdown pass.
Carter was grabbed aroundthe Early in the fourth period
b A neck by a Baker defender. Baker High got its lone
touchdown moving 83 yardsin
arads l ....... three plays. Carl West
: rambled 27 yards around left Tornado cornerback Erie Biggs. In white uniform avoids a block and .slams into Baker's....
II PlntOmm 14 Battle trying to go wide around the BUS end. Defensive. end Keith Carter, number Kt In
:nt v.rd... _*...."' 17t1M end and down the sideline \
Yard Chl!! .*PM *I,I II* before Jimmy Clark finally background came up to recover the fumble
..... rC-r -rl MM caught up with him at the Biggs had six tackles and two assists against :Macclenny. Carter had six", tackles and four
PWHMM L..t I assists and recovered three fumbles.
Lj .. v......PwulIlM w Bradford 36. QB Jones next
.Y HJ.I p"..,..**...... 3-M.i kept around the left end and
got to the Bradford four before

Macclenny moved the ball the Tornadoes could get their No BHS Fumbles Please Coach Hurse"It
57 yards to the Tornado 13 hands on him. Battles went
:: before the Big Red defense over left tackle for the
stopped the Wildcats. Erie touchdown with 9:19: left in the was the first game we week" Jornov notes, aquality "When that starts the
Tornado running back Andrew, Carter number 42 with football runs over one Baker defender Biggs fired up from his game. Jones ran for a two didn't" fumble the ball all he tries to instill in the defense loses its composure it
on his way to gaining 193 yards for the night. Carter named Area Back of the Week by the cornerback spot to throw point conversion, making the year, is what stands out in linemen. loses it train of thought"
(Raines title Sun this week has 1.13ards gained for the season. Baker's Lee Battles for a four score 32-8. about the Baker game last "We kind of took the fight to Coach Sexton says.
The versatile player can catch passes throws, the football on the halfback pass fields punts, yard loss on the option on third On first down after the Friday night in the mind of Macclenny which is the way "..And we seem to lose our
"
and when necessary plays!linebacker on defense Coach David Horse says Carter is as good as and three. A fourth down pass Baker kickoff. Andrew Carter Head Coach David Hurse. it should be. concentration at least once a
any running back he's coached at BUS. into the endzone was in- got into the Baker secondaryover "We executed well Jornov noted the defense ballgame. Then we give some
complete. left tackle, headed for the especially the halfback pass," gave the football to the people a score they shouldn'tget.
Bradford took over on its 17 left sideline, cut back at the says Hurse. Both the offense offense numerous times and in ."
yard line. Carter got one first Baker 30 behind two Tornado and defense played "a pretty !good( position."The Top performances in the
Union Co. Tigers Host Raiders down at the 29 on the option blockers and outran consistent game." more times we get the Baker game came from:
Friday pitchout around right end. everybody else into the Baker The outstanding factor, football naturally, the more -Defensive end Keith Carter
Baker safety Sammy Hope, endzone. This extra point try Hurse says is that the times we'll score." who had six tackles and four
After dropping from the top Koberts' scouts tell him the Central had demanded a the final man, making the failed, but Bradford High led Tornado gridders made no Play selection by Coach assists to lead the Tornadoes
ten among the state's 2-A prep Raiders are a "quick team" continuing high emotional stop. That set up the 70 yard 38-8 with 8:47: left in the game. errors which turned over the Hurse was real good, Jornov and recovered three fumbles
(football teams for the first with an "excellent runningand peak one the Tigers were touchdown pass play; as Carter's run covered 83 yards. .football. said. Hurse found the Weak side linebacker
time on the current season defensive game unable to maintain.Carter Wildcat defense fired up to The Tornadoes added a Macclenny ran the ball out weaknesses in the Baker Lawrence Patrick who made
M Ith u ::14.010"510! the Bulldogs "They) like to run right at stop the option QB Prevatt final touchdown with 3:19: left side on his Tornadoes but it defense and called the right four tackles and five assists
of ::1-\: !1'alatka Central last )sou." Coach Roberts says of simply threw over the headsof after monster man Charlie didn't hurt. "It's\ not a shameto plays. and is the Tornado defensive
week. I'nion County High will the several capable Tops1000Yds the charging Wildcats to Revel got into the middle of a give up yardage as long as Hurse Jornov says has one signal caller. Patrick played
I.- I.klnfor( a return to the speedsters in the Raider Carter who was going full tilt Baker pitchout, picked up the you don't give up points" of the best football minds his position well was in the
win trail tomorrow night offensive! backfield as he took in the pass at the 45 loose football and ran it 27 Hurse notes. Jornov has encountered "and right spot most of the lime
when the Tigers host t Crescent Last )vear's (meeting yard line. Prevatt kicked this yards to the Macclenny 35. Hurse touted the performance lire seen some good ones" Sexton says
City in u H p m contest at between the two 2-A squads extra point; BHS led 20-0 with Carter passed to Norman of running back says the former college and Middle guard Kenneth
hike\ Duller played in Crescent City saw BHS running back Andrew 6:35: left in the second period. for 18 yards, then Carter, Andrew Carter whom he saysis professional football player. Cruger; reinjured the ankle he
Union (Counlv's) Tigers are the then fifth ranked Tigers Carter's 198 yards in last Baker's Lee Battles lost the Clark, and Sammy Bennet ran one of the best he's ever Tackle Bobby Smith hurt in the Forest game and
old. anticipating a "breather" shut out the then number eight week's 45-8 win over Baker football on the first play after it in. the big fullback. Clark, coached. improved his play in the sat out two quarters uf tit(
in tomorrow night's meeting Raiders 22-0 Two members of County High School puts him the Bradford kickoff. the going in from 12 yards out. "His execution on the half Baker game Jornov said. Baker game. Tackle :M.irtv
with I the :"i-4 Raiders oft'l.t'.l.t'l1t the current Tiger squad over the 1,000-yard rushing Tornadoes recovering on the Prevatt finally got a good back pass was just great!" Smith started the season real Hussell moved to middle-
(City, according to quarterback Paul White and mark for the season. Baker 28. Fullback Jimmy snap on the extra point and Carter ran fine patterns on his well then stalemated. Jornov guard and Jay Uodw mm<>d 1
I'nion (County head football halfback Sam Jackson had a The 5-11, 195 pound Carter Clark hit the line for five kicked this one through the two touchdown passes up the said. "He's starting to pull out to tackle and Steve KArmM
Coach (Charlie Roberts hand In the scoring in last found a variety of ways to yards, then QB Prevatt threw uprights for the final score of middle and quarterback of that. We're glad to see it." normally an offensiuowl
In contrast. Roberts{ says .vear's\ one-sided affair. score against the Wildcats the same pass play to Carterfor 458. Jimmy Prevatt put the ball Jornov also noted that filled in the defensive i rod
ftiT-3; Tigers are expecting a 'We just had a letdown last running 83 yards for one the 23 yard touchdown "right on the money." running back Andrew Carter spot. "They all played) woli!!
"liard liitlniK: duel uith the reek. Koberts!say of the loss touchdown passing 11 yardsto play. Prevatt's PAT attemPtwas Prevatt. three year demonstrated a "great second Sexton said.
'It l'e.II ( 'it i> 'fju.ldhe1 the to !f'alatka Central. The head Erie Biggs and 30 yards to low and to the left BHS Score by Quarters: veteran quarterback for the effort" by breaking arm "I'm glad they got 'two ipiiin 'a' ,igli'/ i>n the( Tiger said a tough four game Erie Norman for two more led 26 0 midway the second .PHI..., u u U a oS BHS"varsity executed "real tackles. "If we can get a opportunity to work different
I I'll'' "i ''inn ''un ''omorrow series; lust I prior to the and running in touchdown period.At I I I r- r well Hurse says. second effort out of the tell
'101111 tnf'f'linlIh, the Palatka! passes of 23 and 70 yards from the half Bradford had 87 Fullback Jimmy Clark got offensive line as well that's when positions, we'll you need never them cai there
quarterback Jimmy Prevatt.Carter's yards rushing to 68 for Baker. some tough yardage "runningas what breaks the big ones." Sexton sas.Good .
statistics on the The Tornadoes had 112 yards hard as he's done all year" BUS Defense
CENTRAL HEAT & AIR year show 1,137 yards gainedon passing to 61 for Baker.In ScoringI Hurse says. Had Good Game efforts were also
turned
in
Hi-Clark.' 1 yard run IP kick by strong side linebacker
131 carries for an averageof the third period Baker WCkM. "At this time of year we The Tornado defense anddefensive
almost nine yards a carry. moved the football on the I).HS-iMt. ,11-yard past fram should be farther ahead than seemed to give up some Jimmy tackle Clark Roland
On the half back the Carts..r-"'.u" kick., BHS was). We should execute: yardage, then come with
Let option. Tonado detinue. But first up
us explain our energy I) .MS c.,..,. 70-yard >a.. torn Cummings. the coach noted
better should be the
Carter had completed 10 of 22 drive of 51 yards ended when er.v... IP-kick, lailtd.' we quicker, big play against Clark had four tackles and six
for 176 three Tornado noted Hurse, meaning the Macclenny but had an over :
passes yards Marty Russell 240 Ii>BMS-Carttr 21-yard past framPravalf.
touchdowns and three 2-point got in the Wildcat backfield .P kick, I./".... team is expected to perform all good game says Coach assists. Cumming four tackles
and four
saving system conversions. and knocked quarterbackMike fl.. sMS-Marm.n. M-yard pail from better at this point in the Mike Sexton. asssits as did Jay)
-. IP-kick, I."... Godwin.
Jones loose from the al.....,-*.",... 4 yard run. .P- season with nine games underits Sexton noted the third
football. Russell said he didn't Jane run.ri belt. quarter las in which the Halfback Franklin Bell led
No one is rich enough to do know Jones had dropped the sits. Carter,p.yard run (P-klck, Hurse notes this week of the Tornadoes didn't score as the Tornadoes secondary witha

COMPLETELY without a neighbor. football but Steve Earnest, tailed.I IMS-Clark.. II. yard run. IP. ,. fact that the Tornado offense typical of other games this pass interception and bv)
.Danlh proverb playing defensive end vatt kick., has been without the sprint out season. After a touchdown the hitting some "really good
passing attack quarterback BHS defense was loafing backto licks," Coach Denny llansen
'' Jimmy Prevatt gave the team the huddle. states
-.w V =f INSTALLED the previous two seasons.
"We would have been a
bigger threat with Prevatt JVs Host Bolles Close
d springing out and
running or I
passing. In the past one of the
"i DON'T t toughest parts of our running Season Here TonightBradford
$1490 z game has been our quarterback
running the football,"
Hurse says. High's junior Coach Cox who scouts
MISS But this season quarterback varsity football team upcoming varsity opponents
Jimmy Prevatt has been concludes its 1976 season here says he saw something new
((2-TON SYSTEM) lair bothered by muscle strains in tonight Thursday in hosting during last week's Live Oak
both legs. Prevatt injured his Jacksonville Bolles' JV in a 7 game and has passed the play
plus any necessary ANOTHER legs kicking extra points o'clock contest. along to his squad That's
Bolles comes into tonight'scontest surprise number
electrical work before the season started. He one.
was doubtful for the with a 4-2 season Surprise number two stems
opener record while the Tornado JV from the fact that the varsity
game against Vanguard.
Coach Hurse thought it best is currently 25. The two has an open date this Friday
:.7 YEAR OF to keep Prevatt healthy: as squads have played no night and several of the
SAVE $$ ON possible, since the veteran common opponent to date this sophomores moved up to 1m-
signal caller was sorely season. BHS JV head Coach varsity will rejoin the JV
needed for the entire season. Reddy Cox says the visiting squad against Bolles.
YOUR ELECTRICBill TAX SkVINGS! So, Prevatt hasn't been Jacksonville team has stuck "We plan to start with the
sprinting out.Good fairly close to home this players that have been with us
Effort By Line season meeting some "pretty all season then see what
tough competition" in other happens Cox
The Baker game was a good says.
Carriers new "SUPERE" effort by the offensive line, Duval County schools. Coach Cox says look for the
unit it new also KEOGH says Coach Ted Jornov. passing game to open this
available. Demand to "They've got a job to do. The "The team that makes the week as he will have Doug
Igrytl i Yl .. boys just have to get out there fewest mistakes will probablywin Reddish and Jeffery Norman
tee efficiency cempori- plan and get it done instead of this one," Coach Cox alternating at quarterbackIn
tens before you buy. waiting until the third or commented earlier this week, addition to the
Carrier bats them all fourth quarter," the coach adding that he expects a quarterbacks. Coach Cox says
to 70; states. from his starting offense will be
up dependingon "tough game" the "big
the brand. N Top rated linemen were and physical" Bolles squad. Mike Muse at center, Marcus
If you are working. without, pension tight e/id Steve Earnest "we're looking for a hard .Cruce .at, s.trong guard
plan coverage. see us now aboutsell.ng center Jeff Jockel and guard hitting game," Cox says but Eugene Hutchinson at strong
up a tax-deferred retirement Issac Cummings. he adds. "We've got a few tackle. Donald Reddish at
savings program. Our specialists will, "They are consistent every surprises for them." tight end. Randy Thompson at
- -- -- weak-side guard. John
give Learn you how details you can without build obligation.a more / I r- oFSrARKE-' Valinskl at weak-side tackle.

secure retirement by saving, tax 0 SUZUKI I Mark Richard Mosley Milner at at split man end.in

AIR dollars. Starting now! the veer attack pro and
CONDITION
SERVICEALL I
Dwayne Cummings and Glen
HAS MOVED Carter at running back slots.
I
BRANDS AND MAKES OF AIR 1Itde "Ie I Starting defense has
CONDITION SYSTEMS SERVICED I II Hutchinson at noseman.
Hwy 301 South Cruce and Bernard Johnson at
PROMPTLY AND ECONOMICAL.SAWYER tackles Danny thlbebran and
Guaranty _. I 1640S.Walnut I Timmy Jones at ends. Jenkins
fSOC and Mosley at linebackers.
m Federal I Cummings at monster back.
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Savings & Loan Association ------- Reddish at cornerbacks and

of Gaineevilla .- Carter at safety.
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BRADFORD+laa-ate c Central Bulldogs Spoil Tiger Homecoming 34-0 '.


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LAKE BUTLER- by speedster Alfred Holmes Misfortune continued as the
rtrraph Capitalizing on turnovers and gave the Tiger offensive unit Tiger mascot in the fourth
making the most of big its best field position of the quarter, even the usually excellent
penalty calls, underdog evening in starting UC's first UC punting game went
Palatka Central spoiled Union serious scoring threat. stale. A five yard boot gave
County High's homecoming lc White hit tight end Glen the Bulldogs excellent field
34-0 here last Friday. Kemp on a crossing patternover position as the quarter
LJLV! Aided by six Tiger turn 4 the middle for a big 13. opened.
overs and some 125 yards in ; yard gainer as the Tigers Then Kemp who led the
penalties going against the I moved deep into Bulldog Tiger defense against: ", Central
ninth ranked 2-A Tigers, 1 I territory in the opening with 12 unassisted tackles
Central's Bulldogs made the ll moments of third quarter from his monster back slot,
upset look suprismgly easy in -f- action. made a score saving stop on
handing Union County its first / But, the Tiger scoring Central halfback Greg Cohens
shutout in three seasons. r threat died at the Bulldog 27. at the UC 20 only to be called
The Bulldogs were 1-6 in the White dropped back to pass on for grabbing the face mask,
win loss columns going Into a fourth and seven from the 27 setting up another Bulldog
last week's contest but wasted but the Bulldog secondary score. I
little time in demonstrating to covered assignments well and On third and goal from the
the Tiger homecoming crowd the Tiger quarterback was nine Pitts connected with
that they were a lot better finally sacked at the 31. Smith on a scoring pass, the
sr than the record Indicated anda The remainder of the third extra point pass failed and
capable foe for the error period turned into a punting with just over eight minutes
prone Tigers. duel, as neither side put together remaining in the contest
Central jumped out to a 14-0 a sustained offensive Central held a commanding
lead over the Tigers in the drive. 20-0 lead.
first quarter of play, added While the Tigers failed to More Tigers departed the
another six points prior to the come up with a long drive contest on the next offensive
half and coasted to the 34-0 during the third period, they series as three unsportsmanlike -
final on a pair of fourth p ws did manage to come close to conduct calls went
quarter scores. 'l scoring on a pair of specta- against the Union County
r: r "? cular plays. The first was a squad.
punt return by Holmes, who After a fourth down punt
PC uc J. '.. '""is!;! ......' ..,: .... gathered the ball in at his own and after all the (penalties hadbeen
1 Pint' Downl Sw goal line and nearly broke it marked off, Central took
Ru.hln VO'''" U for a 100-yard scoring run. The over at the Tiger 12 yard line.
as Passim Vo,"" 174t Tiger fumble, deep In Union County territory set up first Palatka Central score. The visiting quick Union County deep back Three plays later Cohens
S- P/I.PC.PI 11.7.14oaO Bulldogs the
spoiled Tiger homecoming 34-0 on Union County mistakes
Punh-Ihoro I-IS followed blockers up the right scored from two yards out.
((33)) scores winning TD In JV victory over 2 "umbl.1 Loot 4 side line and was into a one on Pitts hit tight end Bobby Hicks
BuchhoU during overtime period. I. P.nolfy Yards 123 one with the Central punter for the two-point conversionand I
1 not to be troubled with an offensive Union County did not pick Halfback Terry Goodwin when he was finally forced out with just over five
Halfback Malcolm Smith drive in posting the up a first down until late in the capped the 40 yard scoring of bounds at the Bulldog 30. minutes remaining, scoring
broke the scoring ice with a 'second of his three touch second quarter, when the drive following the inter But Holmes' exciting run closed at 340.
one-yard scoring dive with 'downs of the evening, which Tigers finally put together a ception with a 12 yard tackle- back was nullified by a The Tigers made their
JVs Down Bobcats r' 4:46: remaining in the opening j again followed a Tiger drive of 57 yards to the Central busting run into the end zone. clipping call and officials deepest penetration of the
quarter. The initial Bulldog 'fumble. This time Smith 32, but another fumble killed The extra point passing attempt brought the ball back to the evening after time had ex
score capped a 10 play 58 j scooped up the loose ball on hopes of a Tiger score before was overthrown and Tiger 14.Union pired. It was fourth and one
yard drive beginning back at the Tiger 33 and sprinted into the half. first half scoring closed at 20- County's second big from the Central 24 when time
12-6 In Overtime the Tiger 42 yard line. The 'the end zone untouched for the Second quarter action 0.Halftime play nearly going up as six ran out but a penalty call
Bulldogs had taken over at UC 'score. Smith then gained a began with the Tigers in pos- stats showed the points, came on first snap against the Bulldogs on the
42 following a fumble 'step on defensive back Sam session at their own 30. A Tigers with just three first from the 14, when White firedto final play gave the Tigers one
Running back Dwayne Cox said quarterback re- Jackson, and was clear in the running play lost one yard and downs, a 57 yard net offen- big tight end Danny Johns more chance to avert the shut-
Cummings cracked over from Reddish turned in his best covery.The Tigers had the ball just 'end zone when Bulldog then UC quarterback Paul sively and five turnovers, fourof out in the right flats. The pass out, but a pass from Kemp to
the one-foot line to score the game to date against two plays prior to Central's 'quarterback Jerry Pitts con White elected to go to the air which came on fumbles. play had the Bulldogs fooled Holmes dropped incomplete.The .
winning touchdown in Buchholz, reading the defense first scoring drive and nected for the two-point conversion for the first time of the After receiving the opening and Johns galloped down the loss was the Tigers
overtime as the Bradford well and executing"the veer to fumbled the pigskin on, both giving Central a 14-0 evening with less than hopedfor kick of the second half, the sideline for 23 yards before he third against six wins thus
High's junior varsity football "near perfection. Cox also plays. Runnmgback Steve lead with just four seconds re- results. White's first pass Tigers' potent offense looked was finally forced out by the far, while the Bulldogs are
team posted its first-ever noted that Reddish gainedover Sirmones fell on the first maining in the opening of the game was picked off by like it was finally on track, as Central safety man. now 2-6 for the season.
victory over Gainesville'sBuchholz 100 yards on keepers tumble quarter. an alert Central defensive White engineered a 10 play, 28 Third quarter action saw
but
the
JV here last against the Bobcats. Bulldogs came The Tigers had the ball for back and less than three yard drive mixing inside and the first of several Union
Thursday night. Running back Marvin Tyson up with the ball on the next just eight plays during the minutes later the turnover outside running plays with County ball players ejected SCORING, ,

The Tornado JV downed the gained some 85 yards in the error. first quarter, netted a minussix went up as six points on the short passes over the middle.A from the game by officials as PC I. 5 0 '14.Moo
visitors 12-6 in earning the first half and did not play the Smith, doubling as a defensive yards offensively, fumbled visitor side of the 40-yard return of the flags flew on unsportsmanlike uc .0 0 0 .
upset victory over the favored second half due to injury. cornerback, decided three times and lost the ball Scoreboard. opening kickoff to the UC 45 conduct calls. ialee
Buchholz Bobcats. PC- smith on. yard run ( : fallod)
twice and did not pick up a PC- Smith 33 yard lumen recovery
BITS had taken an early 6-0 first down. A costly pass interference (Smith pais 'from Pint
lead when quarterback Doug call had also aided the BHS PC. Goodwin' 12 yard run (p.. ..
Girls
Reddish Keddi.sh on hit a 70-yard cousin scoring Donald BHS olleyb allers 2nd'ourney drive.TigerRunners Bulldogs. on the initial scoring Defend District (laud PC-)ailed smith) nino yard past from Pinepain

pass. Donald'Reddish PC.Cohonl Iwo yard run(Hicks pass

snatched traffic,, faked the out pass four In Bobcat heavy In District T Cross Country Title Saturdaybefore from Pitts*

defensive backs and found a /
clear path to the endzone for Bradford High's H volleyball'" >pa, { points,' while'> the three"\'iJI';.''ii" Bradford High girls cross a final decision is made state meet, even if their teams

the score. A poor snap team closed its 1976 season remaining starters never got ',, country runners took six of concerning her participationin finish below the top three. FLORIDA
resulted in a blocked extra with a second place finish In) 'r a chance to take to the serving ; Win Conference the top ten places individually the district meet. Coach Howard says the
point attempt and the the district tournament held in' line. to take first place in the team Bradford High's girls will "key" to a Bradford High win
Tornadoes settled for a 6-0 Gainesville last Saturday,'' .]i In quarter-finals action, the' Union County High's cross standings in a three way meet defend their championship in the district meet will be
lead. Nov 6.The j J t Tornadoes coasted to a.15.7y ;country, team took the with Buchholz High and P.K. title at Saturday's district another( strong team showing."If THEATREFri
The Reddish to Reddish BItS volleyballers were? 1] win over Palatka South's ;Suwannee Conference Yonge in Gainesville last meet, to be held at 10 a.m. at we can continue to run as a 4
passing team connected on stopped short of a berth in the' J Braves In the first match,with s championship crown Friday' Nov. 5. the Santa Fe Community group we should do well."
three of four attempts for the upcoming regional tourney by J Miss Dyal leading the I I way t. Saturday, Nov 6, with a first MS runners swept fourth College course in Gainesville.
evening. BuchhoU' !igh.which; !. i 1 1 with a four point serving; place team showing In a three rough :ninth placesindividually' Nine schools-will be/on hand I
Uuchholz came back to knot defeated the: Tornadoes on; t(( effort. way> match at the Santa Fe on the' to tor the district', meet. In WLTDISNEY ,
the score at 6-6 just prior to scored of 15-5 and 16-J4 in the ,BHS had to cornel" from 4 ''Community College" course in ,i posting a 30 point team way total addition to BHS, teams Bluegrass MusicConvention I PRODUCTIONS'iO
halftime when a big rush by finals of the [district. '' behind in the second'game. Gainesville ,. well ahead of Buchholz's 52 participating in the meet will
the Bobcats forced a poor BHS tournament. ., ,against the Braves to post the Tiger harriers posted a 32 and PKY's: 53 point totals. be: Lake Weir, Ocala Forest, DEPOSIT
punt, setting up a short Buchholz which played hostto 16-14 .victory Sophomore :point team total,well ahead of Ocala Vanguard Buchholz, Set
Buchholz scoring drive. The the district'tourney' ,". took, ;Sandra Banes, who came on'. conference rivals P.K Yonge Cindy Griffith back at full PKY, St. Joseph's Academy, NO RETURN
Bobcats went for the two-point advantage of, its home court (las a'".substitute in the' late': and Newberry,which came up speed for the meet last Friday Florida School for the Deaf At Mitldleburg
conversion, but the Tornadoes edge and a number of costly going served up the final two \With 60 and 43 point team following a bout with the flu, and Blind and Jacksonville IttTS We*CMwwy PtWu
defense held.Following BHS errors in coasting to the ,points in the"win. totals respectively. paced the BHS girls to their Episcopal.Top A Bluegrass Music
the contest BITS 15-5 win in the first match of .' The Tornado finished the,, It was the first time in first place team finish with a three finishers in the Convention Is set at PLUS
JV head Coach Reddy Cox the best of three series.,; 'We' ,season with an 11-$,' win-loss. several[ years the Tigers have fourth place individually.Miss team standings in the district Middleburg. Nov. 12-14, at
praised the Tornadoes'defensive just couldn't get it together,' 'record''''overall During. the,\ ,gone, after ,the. conference Griffith covered the mile meet will advance to the state Bluegrass Park.Featured .
efforts, noting that things just didn't click for us/'*- .;regular season they were SM,. ,?crown In cross .country, and one half distance In 9:56.: meet to be held later this WakDisneyhSnotolOhltc
the visiting Bobcats had been BUS Coach Inez Harvey'said '''a marked improvement.' ;,according:,to Coach Ralph Emily Cade of Buchholz month in Ft. Lauderdale. The artists include
held inside the BUS five yard of her squad's first game loss; .ilast: years 4-7 season record.!:J. ;Walkers'y won the meet,and two PKY, top five individuals will Doc Watson, Mac Wiseman. j i
line on three occasions duringthe Coach Harvey termed;the ,.. Four starter .will'.bex lost'; Mark-;'Timmons, a senior, runners finished ahead automatically qualify for the The Lewis Family Ralph
game. Tornado loss in, the< second *through' graduation :thlr&f paced .the UC.harriers to the :Miss but of Stanley, Chubby Wise. and the Scorn OutarsTtf
Griffith the
Isiah Jenkins led the game a "heartbreaker,", and, spring. Coach' ,:Harvey,; : 'team ..vlctory' In Saturday's7'conference j BHS team showing led strong to the BUS[ Varsity Has Chubby Anthony, Sunshine
Tornado defense in hits for the meet with a H.M4 Ol OK>
said "I thought we had it when \ indicated shewIB' be .hard'' local Bluegrass Boys The Marshall
evening with 12 unassisted we took a 14-9 lead, but we justcouldn't pressed to find replacements' second 'place finish in the squad's victory in team Family, Hubert Davis, Cor-
standings. ,
.
DateThis Weel .
tackles Defensive ends 'individual standings. Open rINW to Wild.rlllr ''' ''IU''''Ca. SC [GJe.
get that final point for for seniorsDana' Dyal- porate Square and The ..,. ..."..rm. ,...
1 Danny Hildebran and Timmy the nin." Casandra Johnson, Debbie Timmons covered the three Merri Ormsbee and Ruth Hoyles.
Johns each had eight Buchholz and the Tornadoesmet << ,Gomes EsterRobinson.:**j imfle course in- 1738.. The Hazen tied for fifth place; Bradford High gridders
unassisted hits on the evening. to '''deelde' ''the''*'?''!''if >M'heya1'8'i11ot'' only'" goodj,,vrt'Tlger'Cro! v> ''eountry both turned in times of 10:21.: have an open date this Friday, Admission will be charged, 301
During the second half John championship": last Saturday players;but are team leaders*Ii')'j runner 'finished Just off the Linda Richardson was Nov. 12, before traveling to according to Roy Marston.
Valmski joined the defense at night, they had'met','twice'". *as well,**'""Coach/"Harvey" :first place pace set by PKY'sJimmy seventh with a 10:27: and Live Oak next week Nov. 19
tackle and came up with some during the regular,;. .Season.. ,; (comments. ; ..Carnes, son of Virginia Crawford was eighthat to take on the Suwannee
crucial stops on big plays in splitting matches.)! University of Florida track 10:35: to round out the BHS County High Bulldogs of DRIVEINFri
containing the Bobcats. In the second game of the, coach.Tlmmon's. team total at 30 points. Coach Charhe Tate in the final 1II1111l1I11ll1I1C
BUS nearly avoided the district championship match younger brother game of the season.
overtime period, when Buchholz jumped out to -, an' John, finished third Robin( Schweda and Laura The Tornadoes watched Sat
\Marcus Cruce came on to trya early 3-0 lead but the et c--e;" individually in Saturday's Chase finished ninth and llth movies of the Baker High ICY
32-yard field goal with just Tornadoes later lought backto P ,'rt t conference meet. Coach respectively to complete the game Monday. They were yIIYI JANMICHAELVINCENTIs

23 seconds remaining on the an 11-6 lead as they rallied Walker notes that John order of finish for the top given Tuesday off.
game clock. Coach Cox behind the strong serving of Timmons is now in his seven BHS runners. "They needed the rest," THE
explained later that the field freshman year at Union Coach
David
Betty Hudson. The BHS Squad Frances Hurse says. It
Contrane Nancy PUTS PAIN TO SLEEP
goal was not beyond Cruce'srange stretched its lead to 14-9 In the County. High. did the players good to get
Payne, Nancy McNeal and Now for the first time 'I
noting that during Bill Hemme Dwayne overnight BABY BLUE
from
late going.but failed to come away the coaches and
Elise Johns also ran for the blessed temporary relief from the
he had been Dukes James Parrish and
practice sessions from
up with the winning point. each other, the coach of arthritis,
BIts team. bursitis rheumatism -
pain
accurate from the 40. The Torandoes had Ir.i < Mark Barrick swept the added. soreness stiffness. ,Just rub MARINE
'
But. the snap from center advanced to the finals on a seventh through 10th places !Senior cross country runner The layoff will hopefully Icy Hot's creamy balm over the
was off and onrushing semi-finals win over individually as the Tiger Lynn Pierce did not run in give time for some nagging affected joints or muscles, and you
Bobcats blocked the field goal Gainesville's Eastside High runners captured the Friday's meet and is listed by injuries to heal before the Live can actually feel the pain start .+ts
holding off the eventual defeat and a quarter-finals victoryover conference crown. BHS Coach Melba Howard as Oak game. Middle guard lessening. Begin to sleep peacefullyagain. ,PGJ A COLUMB.', \;;....:.;.
until the overtime period. Palatka South.In Ronald Thomas finished a "doubtful starter" in thisSaturday's Kenneth Cruger has an PICTURES PRESENwilON'
During the overtime period, the semi-finals BHS 12th for the Tigers in district meet. injured ankle. Quarterback '..A.......r_
the Tornadoes elected to go on crushed Eastside's Rams on Saturday's meet. Jimmy Prevatt needs time to JCoch( PLUS J
defense first and held the straight sets of 15-1 and 15-0 Next challenge for the "It's" really tough to lose rest his legs, allowing them to Drug Store Warren Beatty In
here Coach Howard
Bobcats on four plays from Debbie Gomes held the hot Union County runners come get over the muscle strains 166 W. Call St.
the 10 yard line. serving hand for the this Saturday, Nov 13, when commented explained thatthe they have plagued him I
Taking over at the 10 on a Tornadoes in the opening the squad returns to the senior is hampered by an throughout the season. Starke. 964.67570.1975 J
the witha Santa recourse in Gainesvillefor injured heel and was to have r
four play series, game win over the Rams,
the district meet. The meetis been examined by a specialist
Tornadoes ran Cummings on seven point effort. Dana
a dive play up the middle for Dyal added five serving pointsto slated to begin at 11 a.m. Lloyd C. King, Lawtey. r ". Koch Drug Store W

two yards. Then Reddish the win and Miss Hudson, . . . . . ,
- - -
called his own number on the Casandra Johnson and Ester
keeper, taking the'ball downto Robinson added a point .i [ Weve.'Just; --1 1It Imml idnmhly PN lutes

theone-foot line. Cummings apiece. :
scored on the next play, The second game saw just Ben lin III Sun Mon
Coach Cox said assistant three members of the BHS .
Coach Mike Harley was squad take to the serving line f raised starting : Jeanne BeilinIayel)10e1
responsible for the good producing all 15 points neededfor your 1! t trw
showing by the BITS offensive the win. Debbie Gomes It Cough Syrup ==::
backfield against Buchholz. again paced the squad to ?
: Pleasant-tasting, effective, non-
"He put in a lot of extra time victory with seven more salary. : [ -
narcotic
with Reddish on the veer and serving points. Emma cough relief-Benylin
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had the backs ready to play Murphy added six and Miss F" : The Army minimum salary it now $374 a month : Cough Syrup for family i
ball,' Cox said of his assistant Hudson contributed two a before deductions. After 6 months you can get a raise It use. Now available, for i

to $417. And you might not have to spend it all. Itf the first time In 25 years, @ .
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eighth and last in team runner Brian Neva Jane cheers the s a $2500 bonus, too.
who was consideredBradford Flynn sC
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TELEGRAPII November U, 1976




II Bradford# Gridders Pound Baker 45-8 For 7th WinMistakes I



and the Bradford 23 and 83 yards and on a 70 first Tornado TD drive of 61 times; penalties nullified the covered: the loose ball for
High grid team combined fora yard pass from quarterback yards.Fullback Jimmy Clark, first two times the Tornadoesgot Bradford.
45 8 rout of a charged up Jimmy Prevatt on which who scored two touchdownsand into the endzone. Carter The second Baker
Baker High eleven as the two Carter ran for 55 yards for the; rushed for 71 yards in 13 threw the halfback pass to possession was ended after 24
perennial rivals met on a cold TD after catching the ball. carries had the longest run on Earnest for 10 yards, Kenny yards when Kenny Aycox
Friday night in Macclenny Carter also threw two the drive, IS yards,and scored Clark and Carter five yards Intercepted a Jones pass at
Winning their seventh game touchdown passes, 11 yards to Clark and CArter five yards the Bradford 17 and returnedit
against two losses, the wideout Erie Biggs and 30 tram five yards out with 6:07: each to move the football to the Tornado 24.
Tornadoes led 13.0 after the yards to wideout Allen left in the first period. Carter down inside the Macclenny Five plays later Bradfordwas
first period 27.0 at the half, Norman. threw the halfback pass to one yard line. again in the Baker
33.0 after the third period on The Tornadoes produced 497 tightend Steve Earnest for With 19 seconds remaining endzone this time on the halfback -
the way to their 28th straight yards of offense, 326 rushing nine yards on the drive and In the first period, the pass from Carter to
win over Baker High The and 171 passing. gained nine yards on the Tornadoes were on the board wideout Allen Norman. Carter
Tornadoes have an open date Macclenny was charging pitchout around the end off the again. Andrew Carter threw 30 yards back across
this Friday, Nov. 12, before everything up to the line option, getting 15 more yards throwing the halfback pass to the grain to Norman waiting
meeting Suwannee High in trying to stop the Bradford when Baker was penalized for wideout.Erie Biggs who was in the endzone. A bad snap
Live Oak the following triple option off the veer. QB grabbing Carter's face mask. waiting alone in the endzone. again foiled the extra point
Friday, Nov. 19, in a final Jimmy Prevatt threw over the The snap for the point was on but Bradford led 32 0 with
district match in which a win heads of the charging Baker David Carter Intercepted the ground and the kick 1:39: left in the third period. 7i +r
will pave the way into the post defenders on to the TD strikesto Baker quarterback Mike failed; BHS led 13.0. Bradford covered those 76
season playoffs. Carter. Carter made the Jones'first pass of the night at QB Jimmy Prevatt scored yards with ease. Carter
Andrew Carter ran the halfback pass go by gettingrid the Tornado 30 yard line and that touchdown twice before dashed over left tackle for 18 rr
football for 193 yards in 19 of the ball quicker.A returned it 32 yards to the Biggs finally caught the pass, yards, then threw the half- H -
carries for the BUS eleven Baker fumble, recoveredby Baker 38 to set the second BHS but the two scoring plays were back pass to Earnest for 11
against Baker High. Carter Tornado defensive end TD. nullified on motion penalties. yards then came back with a _
scored three times on runs of) Kenny Rodrique set up the BHS had to score three Prevatt scored from Inside the 12 yard dash over right tackle.
one on the QB sneak from the Aycox found no hole in the
six on a broken play on which middle, but cut to his left and _
he kept the ball and ran drove 10 yards to the Baker 25.
around the end. The first extra Bradford was penalized five r
point try. failed when the yards for delaying the game ,

snap was also bad and Prevatt but then came Carter's
threw for Andrew Carter but touchdown pass.
Carter was grabbed around Early in the fourth period
the neck by a Baker defender. Baker High got Its lone
touchdown, moving 83 yardsin
.,....... ..k.r three plays. Carl West
rambled 27 yards around left Tornado cornerback Erie Biggs( in white uniform avoids a block and slams into Maker's,'"
Down. 111.
11 Pint Battles trying to go wide around the BUS end.Defensive end Keith Carter number Nil:\ in
Y.r".O.ln.d.u.hlni in end and down the sideline .
IN Y.rd'.O.ln.dP...In. lit before Jimmy Clark finally background, came up to recover the fumble
*.?.. FC-PA-PI f-ll-1 caught up with him at the Biggs had six tackles and two assists l against Macclenny. Carter had six tackles and four
PumMM Lost IM assists
and
Y.r''. ....nl'" a Bradford 36. QB Jones next recovered three fumbles.
.21.1 Punts.Av..... .IIJMacclenny kept around the left end and
got to the Bradford four before
moved the ball the Tornadoes could get their
No BHS Fumbles Please Coach
57 yards to the Tornado 13 hands on him. Battles went Hurse"It
before the Big Red defense over left tackle for the
stopped the Wildcats. Erie touchdown with 9:19: left in the was the first game we week," Jornov notes a "When that starts the
Tornado running back Andrew Carter, number 42 with football, runs over one Baker defender Biggs fired up from his game. Jones ran for a two didn't fumble the ball all quality he tries to instill in the defense loses its composure it
on his way to gaining I'M! : yards for the night./ Carter, named Area Back of the Week by the cornerback spot to throw point conversion, making the year," is what stands out in linemen. loses it train of thought"
(;idinrs\ille Sun Ihiswerk. has Il.t7: yards gained for the season. Baker's Lee Battles for a four score 32 8. about the Baker game last "We kind of took the fight to Coach Sexton says.
The versatile player can catch passes, throws the football on the halfback pass, fields punts yard loss on the option: on third On first down after the Friday night in the mind of Macclenny, which is the wayit "..And we seem to lose our
and when necessary plays linebacker on defense. Coach David llurse says Carter is as good as and three. A fourth down pass Baker kickoff Andrew Carter Head Coach David Hurse. should be." concentration at least once a
an> running back he's coached at BUS. into the endzone was incomplete got into the Baker secondaryover "We executed well, Jornov noted the defense ballgame. Then we give some
left tackle, headed for the especially the halfback pass," gave the football to the people a score they shouldn'tget.
Bradford took over on its 17 left sideline cut back at the says Hurse. Both the offense offense numerous times and in ."
yard line. Carter first Baker behind and defense played "a good position.
got one 30 two Tornado pretty Top performances in the
Union Co. Tigers Host Raiders Friday down at the 29 on the option blockers and outran consistent game." "The more times we get the Baker game came from:
pitchout around right end everybody else into the Baker The outstanding factor football, nr.turally, the more -Defensive end Keith Carter
Baker safety Sammy Hope, endzone. This extra point try Hurse says, is that the times we'll score." who had six tackles and four
After dropping from the top Roberts' scouts tell him the Central had demanded a the final man making the failed, but Bradford High led Tornado gridders made no Play selection by Coach assists, to lead the Tornadoes,
ten among I the state's 2-A prep Raiders are a "quick team" continuing high emotional stop. That set up the 70 yard 38-8 with 8:47: left in the game. errors which turned over the Hurse was real good. Jornov and recovered three fumbles
football, teams for the first with an "excellent runningand peak, one the Tigers were touchdown pass play; as Carter's run covered 83 yards. football. said. Hurse found the Weak side linebacker
time mi the current season defensive game." unable to maintain.Carter Wildcat defense fired up to The Tornadoes added a Macclenny ran the ball outside weaknesses in the Baker Lawrence Patrick who made
\\ ith a :.14-o) loss to the Bulldogs "They like lo run right at stop the option QB Prevatt final touchdown with 3:19: left on his Tornadoes but it defense and called the right four tackles and five assists
IIf>! ::1-\! IMlatka 'entral last you" Coach Roberts says of simply threw over the heads after monster man Charlie didn't hurt "It's not a shameto plays. and is the Tornado defensive
\\eek. I'nion ('ounl:; High will the several capable Tops1000Yds of the charging Wildcats to Revel got into the middle of a give up yardage as long as Hurse Jornov says, has one signal caller. Patrick played
!lit' looking lor a return to the speedsters in the Haider Carter who was going full tilt Baker pitchout. picked up the you don't give up points," of the best football minds his position well, was in I the
win trail tomorrow night, offensive backfield. as he took in the pass at the 45 loose football and ran it 27 Hurse notes. Jornov has encountered, "and right spot most of the time
\1 hl'nUll' Tigers host Crescent Last year's meeting yard line. Prevatt kicked this yards to the Macclenny 35. Hurse touted the perfor- I've seen some good ones," Sexton says.Middle .
Citin a 1p m contest at between the two 2-A squads extra point; BHS led 20-0 with Carter passed to Norman mance of running back says the former college and guard Kenneth
Iikilualer. played in Crescent City, saw BHS running back Andrew 6:35: left in the second period. for 18 yards then Carter Andrew Carter whom he saysis professional football player. (rug r reinsured the ankle he
I'nion Count>'s Tigers are the then fifth ranked Tigers Carter's 198 yards in last Baker's Lee Battles lost the Clark, and Sammy Bennet ran one of the best he's ever Tackle Bobby Smith hurt in the )Forest game .ind
not ant tcpdmg) a "breather" shut out the then number eight week's 45-8 win over Baker football on the first play after it in, the big fullback. Clark, coached. improved his play in the sat out two quarters of t the
in, loninrrovv night's meeting Raiders 22-0, Two members of County High School puts him the Bradford kickoff the going in from 12 yards out. "His execution on the half Baker game, Jornov said. Baker game. Tackle M.irli
with I hI'1; Raiders of the current Tiger squad over the 1,000-yard rushing Tornadoes recovering on the Prevatt finally got a good back pass was just great!" Smith started the season real Russell moved to middle'
(Crescent City) according) to quarterback Paul White and mark for the season. Baker 28. Fullback Jimmy snap on the extra point and Carter ran fine patterns on his well then stalemated. Jornov guard and Jay: Godwin mined) !
I 111IIIn CounU head football. halfback Sam Jackson J had a The S-ll, 195 pound Carter Clark hit the line for five kicked this one through the two touchdown passes up the said. "lie's starting to pull out to tackle and Steve Ernest 1
l o.uli Charlie Kobeits, hand in the scoring in last found a variety of ways to yards then QB Prevatt threw uprights for the final score of middle and quarterback of that. We're glad to see it." normally an offensive i-iul
In contrast. Roberts says -\vear's one-sided affair. score against the Wildcats, the same pass play to Carter 458. Jimmy Prevatt put the ball Jornov also noted that filled in the defensive end 1
his r 3 Tigers are expecting: a "'Wt just had a letdown last running 83 yards for one for the 23 yard touchdown "right on the money." running back Andrew Carter all
"hard lulling" duel with the week," Roberts say of the loss touchdown, passing 11 yardsto play. Prevatt's PAT attemptwas Prevatt, three year demonstrated a "great second spot.Sexton"They said. plaYI'11'11
('rl l'1I1 City squad when the lo I'alatka Central. The head Erie Biggs and 30 yards to low and to the left BHS Score by Quarters: veteran quarterback for the effort" by breaking arm
l fun teams tangle on the Tiger said a tough four game Erie Norman for two more, led 26-0 midway the second ."* u a 45 BHS varsity, executed "real tackles. "If we can get a "I'm glad they got I the
'liters home turf tomorrownt series just prior to the and running in touchdown period.At Slur e i ( S- t well," Hurse says. second effort out of the opportunity to work different, [
,,, ; mirlinu! with the Palatka passes of 23 and 70 yards from the half Bradford had 87 Fullback Jimmy Clark got offensive line as well, that's positions you never can tell
when we'll need them
1 quarterback Jimmy Prevatt. yards rushing to 68 for Baker. some tough yardage "runningas what breaks the big ones." Sexton there
Carter's statistics on the The Tornadoes had 112 yards hard as he's done all year," BitS Defense says.
CENTRAL HEAT & AIR year show 1,137 yards gainedon passing to 61 for Baker. Scoring. Hurse says. Had Good Game Good efforts were also
INS turned in side linebacker
1) Cur* I yird run. IP kick by strong
131 carries, for an average In the third period Baker blocked.l, .. "At this time of year we The Tornado defense
of almost nine yards a carry. moved the football on the '. .-Elf/, .. H-v.rd Pa.i Iron should be farther ahead (than seemed to give up some Jimmy Clark and
Let us explain On the half back option Tonado def!nse. But the first c.,..,. .P.r r.vatt _Ie_. BHS was), We should execute yardage, then come up with defensive tackle Roland
our energy 1)) .H5 C.rt.r, record p..l from Cummings the coach noted
Carter had better should the
be
completed 10 of 22 drive of 51 yards ended when Pr.v.tt. CP.kick '.n.... we quicker, big play against Clark had four tackles and
six
passes for 176 yards, three Tornado Marty Russell 240. 4))ENS.Carur. 11.yird p.il from noted Hurse, meaning the Macclenny, but had an overall -
touchdowns and three 2-point got in the Wildcat backfieldand Pr.v.tt. CP kick ).lltd. team is expected to perform good game, says Coach assists, Cumming four tackles
saving system I) .MS-Normin. :M and four asssits, as did Jay
conversions. knocked quarterbackMike 'yard pan tram better at this point in the Mike Sexton.
c.,..,. IP'kick' l.n.... Godwin.
Jones loose from the season with nine games underits Sexton noted the third
E.k.r.E.nu6>
* t. yird run. IP.
football. Russell said he didn't Jon. run.7)IMS. belt. quarter lag in which the Halfback )Franklin Bell led
No one is rich enough to do know Jones had dropped the ) C.rltr II.ford run. IPkicktellvd. Hurse notes this week of the Tornadoes didn't score as the Tornadoes secondary w ith
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COMPLETELY without a neighbor. football but Steve Earnest, 01) .MJ.cur*. 11. yard IP-pr. fact that the Tornado offense typical of other games this a pass interception and by
.Danish proverb playing defensive end, van kick.DON'T run. has been without the sprint out season. After a touchdown the hitting some "really good
passing attack quarterback BUS defense was loafing backto licks" Coach Denny Hansen
Jimmy Prevatt gave the team the huddle. states.
INSTALLED149O the previous two seasons.
"We would have been a
JVs Host Bolles Close
bigger threat with Prevatt ,
springing out and running or I
4 passing. In the past, one of the
$ toughest parts of our running Season Here TonightBradford
p 1 game has been our quarter-
s back running the football,"
Hurse says. High's junior Coach Cox, who scouts
MISS But this season quarterback varsity football team upcoming varsity opponents,
concludes its 1976 season here says he saw something
new
Jimmy Prevatt has been
((2-TON SYSTEM) al. bothered by muscle strains in tonight, Thursday, in hosting during last week's Live Oak
both legs. Prevatt injured his Jacksonville Bolles' JV in a 7 game and has passed the play
plus any necessary ANOTHERYE1R legs kicking extra points o'clock contest. along to his squad That'ssurprise
Bolles
electrical work MIVM before the season started. He comes into tonight'scontest number one.
was doubtful for the with a 4-2 season Surprise number two stems
opener record while the Tornado JV from the fact that the varsity
game against Vanguard.
OF Coach llurse thought it best is currently 25. The two has an open date this )Friday
SAVE to keep Prevatt healthy as squads have played no night and several of the
ON
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common to
possible since the veteran opponent date this sophomores moved up to the
signal caller was sorely season. BITS JV head Coach varsity will rejoin the JV
YOUR ELECTRIC needed for the entire season. Reddy Cox says the visiting squad against Bolles.
TkX SKVINGS! So, Prevatt hasn't been Jacksonville team has stuck "We plan to start with the
sprinting out. fairly close to home this players that have been with us
BILL Good Effort By Line season meeting some "pretty all season, then see what
tough competition" in other happens," Cox
The Baker game was a good says.
Carrier'* new "SUPER effort by the offensive line, Duval County schools. Coach Cox says look for the
Ilq t
E" unit it now also g t KEOGH says Coach Ted Jornov. passing game to open this
available. Demand to IHIIIIIIH1 "They've got a job to do. The "The team that makes the week, as he will have Doug
.ee efficiency 811Nd boys just have to get out there fewest mistakes will probablywin Reddish and Jeffery Norman
before companions plan and get it done, instead of this one," Coach Cox alternating at quarterbackIn
you buy. waiting until the third or commented earlier addition to the
this week,
Carrier beats them all n fourth quarter," the coach adding that he expects a quarterbacks Coach Cox says
up to 70% dependingon r states. "tough game" from the "big his starting offense will be
the brand N Top rated linemen were and physical" Bolles squad. Mike Muse at center, Marcus
II you are working without pension tight e/id Steve Earnest, "We're looking for a hard .Cruce .at strong guard
plan coverage see us now about I C center Jeff Jockel, and guard hitting game," Cox says but, Eugene Hutchinson at strong
setting up a tax-deferred retirement Issac Cummings. he adds. "We've got a few tackle, Donald Reddish at
savings program. Our specialists will "They are consistent every surprises for them." tight end, Randy Thompson at
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C06 Central Bulldogs Spoil Tiger Homecoming 34-O I.


mtgi LAKE BUTLER- by speedster Alfred Holmes Misfortune continued as the
it401YJIU Capitalizing on turnovers and gave! the Tiger offensive unit Tiger mascot in the fourth
making the most of big its best field position of the quarter, even the usually ex-
penalty calls underdog evening in starting UC's first cellent UC punting game went
Palatka Central spoiled Union serious scoring threat. stale. A five yard boot gave
County High's homecoming White hit tight end Glen the Bulldogs excellent field j
34-0 here last Friday. Kemp on a crossing patternover position as the quarter
L [! ( ? Aided by six Tiger turnovers the middle for a big 13- opened.

: and some 125 yards In yard gainer as the Tigers Then Kemp, who led the
penalties going against the moved deep into Bulldog Tiger defense against Central
ninth ranked 2-A Tigers territory in the opening with 12 unassisted tackles
Central's Bulldogs made the moments of third quarter from his monster back slot,

upset look suprisingly easy In action. made a score saving stop on
handing Union County its first But, the Tiger scoring Central halfback Greg Cohensat
shutout in three seasons. threat died at the Bulldog 27. the UC 20 only to be called
The Bulldogs\ were 1-6 in the ae1IIIG' White dropped back to pass on for grabbing the face mask
win loss columns going into a fourth and seven from the 27 setting up another Bulldogscore.
ar last week's contest but wasted but the Bulldog secondary .
little time in demonstrating to covered assignments well and On third and goal from the
the Tiger homecoming crowd N the Tiger quarterback was nine Pitts connected with
that they were a lot better finally sacked at the 31. Smith on a scoring pass, the
than the record indicated anda The remainder of the third extra point pass failed and
capable foe for the error period turned into a punting with just over eight minutes
prone Tigers. duel as neither side put together remaining in the contest
Central jumped out to a 14-0 a sustained offensive Central held a commanding
lead over the Tigers in the drive. 26-0 lead.
first quarter of play, added While the Tigers failed to More Tigers departed the
another six points prior to the /.c' come up with a long drive contest on the next offensive
half and coasted to the 34-0 : during the third period, they series as three unsportsmanlike -
final on a pair of fourth Y y f did manage to come close to conduct calls went
quarter scores. ti:1d4f scoring on a pair of specta- against the Union County
** V\\S ",Ii : cular plays. The first was a squad.
tfV punt return by Holmes who After a fourth down punt
PC uc oJ" '"t.;t. ..... ..... ''"';'';: '!: OJ gathered the ball in at his own and after all the penalties hadbeen
1 First, Dawn 0s goal line and nearly broke it marked off, Central took
aulbinp Yard, UM for a 100-yard scoring run. The over at the Tiger 12 yard line.
Pawns. Yard, 071.4I Tiger fumble, deep In Union County territory set up first Palatka Central score. The visiting quick Union County deep back Three plays later Cohens
"" "C.PI 71.72N0 Bulldogs spoiled the
Tiger homecoming 34-0 on Union County mistakes. followed blockers scored from
Pums," ..... J.2J up the right two yards out.
Dwayne Cummings ((33)) scores winning TD In JV victory over 2 "mbl" Lour 4 side line and was into a one on Pitts hit tight end Bobby Hicks
ItuchhoU during over-lime period. 60 .n'lly Y..... 121 one with the Central punter for the two-point conversion l
not to be troubled with an of- Union County did not pickup Halfback Terry Goodwin when he was finally forced out and, with just over five
Halfback Malcolm Smith fensive drive in posting the a first down until late in the capped the 40 yard scoring of bounds at the Bulldog 30. minutes remaining, scoring
broke the scoring ice with a second of his three touch- second quarter when the drive following the inter- But Holmes' exciting run closed at 34-0.
one-yard scoring dive with downs of the evening which Tigers finally put together a ception with a 12 yard tackle- back was nullified by a The Tigers made their
JVsDownBobcats 4:46: remaining in the opening again followed a Tiger drive of 57 yards to the Central busting run into the end zone. clipping call and officials deepest penetration of the
quarter. The initial Bulldog fumble. This time Smith 32, but another fumble killed The extra point passing attempt brought the ball back to the evening after time had ex
the loose ball of was overthrown and 14.Union pired. It was fourth and
score capped a 10 play 58 scooped up on hopes a Tiger score before Tiger one
yard drive beginning back at the Tiger 33 and sprinted into the half. first half scoring closed at 20- County's second big from the Central 24 when time
12-6 In Overtime the Tiger 42 yard line. The the end zone untouched for the Second quarter action 0.Halftime play nearly going up as six ran out, but a penalty call
Bulldogs had taken over at UC score. Smith then gained a began with the Tigers in pos stats showed the points, came on first snap against the Bulldogs on the
42 following a fumble re step on defensive back Sam session at their own 30. A Tigers with just three first from the 14, when White firedto final play gave the Tigers one
Running back Dwayne Cox said quarterback covery. Jackson and was clear in the running play lost one yard and downs, a 57 yard net offen- big tight end Danny Johns more chance to avert the shut
Cummings cracked over from Reddish turned in his best The Tigers had the ball just end zone when Bulldog then UC quarterback Paul sively and five turnovers, four out in the right flats. The pass out but a pass from Kemp to
the one-foot line to score the game to date against two plays prior to Central's quarterback Jerry Pitts con- White elected to go to the air of which came on fumbles. play had the Bulldogs fooled Holmes dropped incomplete.The .
winning touchdown in Buchholz, reading the defense first drive and nected for the two-point conversion for the first time of the After receiving the opening and Johns galloped down the loss was the Tigers
overtime as the Bradford well and executing the veer to fumbled scoring the on both giving Central a 14-0 evening with less than hopedfor kick of the second half the sideline for 23 yards before he third against six wins thus
High's junior varsity football "near perfection." Cox also plays. Runningback pigskin Steve lead with just four seconds re- results. White's first pass Tigers' potent offense looked was finally forced out by the far, while the Bulldogs are
team posted its first-ever noted that Reddish gainedover Sirmones fell on the first maining in the opening of the game was picked off by like it was finally on track as Central safety man. now 2-6 for the season.
victory over Gainesville'sBuchholz 100 yards on keepers but the quarter.The an alert Central defensive White engineered a 10 play 28 Third quarter action saw
tumble Bulldogs came
JV here last against the Bobcats. Tigers had the ball for back and less than three yard drive mixing inside and the first of several Union
Thursday night. Running back Marvin Tyson up with the ball on the next. lust eight plays during the minutes later the turnover outside running plays with County ball players ejected scoalna ,14 Y
The Tornado JV downed the gained some 85 yards in the error. first went six short middle.A from the officials .
quarter netted a minus up as points on the passes over the game by as PC 14 4 0 14-14
visitors 12-6 in earning the first half and did not play the Smith doubling as a defensive six yards offensively fumbled visitor side of the 40-yard return of the flags flew on unsportsmanlike uc .0 o o 00
ictory over the favored second half due to injury. cornerback decided Scoreboard. kickoff conduct calls.
upset three times and lost the ball opening to the UC 45 \ ..
Bobcats. PC. Smith ono yard run (Nick fallad)
Buchholz twice and did not pick up a PC. Smith 33 yard fumbla
racovary
HI IS had taken an early 6-0) first down. A costly pass interference Smiin( pan from Pin' ")
Il.'adhen quarterback Doug call had also aided the PC. Goodwin, 12 yard run (pat
Reddish hit cousin Donald BHS Volleyballers 2nd Bulldogs on the initial scoring BHS Girls Defend District I."...) t
PC. Smith nlno' yard past from Pin
Reddish
on a 70-yard scoring drive. pass. Donald'Reddish PC. Cohtnt two yard run(HICNS. pass

snatched traffic faked the out pass four in Bobcat heavy In District Tourney Cross Country Title SaturdayBradford from Pitts, y

defensive backs and found a Niger.Runners -
.tc. q 'M >
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clear path to the endzone for : while the three High girls before final decision is made if their
Bradford High's volleyball i points ';l., cross a state meet,even teams
the score. A poor snap team closed its 1976 season remaining starters never got country runners took six of concerning her participationin finish below the top three. FLORIDA
resulted in a blocked extra' with a second place finish in' "r a chance to take to the serving 'Win ConferenceUnion the top ten places individually the district meet. Coach Howard says the
point attempt and the the district tournament held in'. line. to take first place in the team Bradford High's girls will "key" to a Bradford l High win
Tornadoes settled for a 6-0) Gainesville last Saturday; 'I In quarter-finals action, the''' County High's cross standings in a three way meet defend their championship in the district meet will be
lead. N f Tornadoes coasted to a,15.7y i;country team took theSIlWlJ.nnee with Buchholz High and P.K. title at Saturday's district another strong team showing."If THEATRE
The Reddish to Reddish he6Blls volleyballers were o( win over Palatka South's : Conference Yonge in Gainesville last meet to be held at 10 a.m. at we can continue to run as a
passing team connected on stopped short of a berth In the' Braves in the first match, with| championship crown Friday'Nov.' 5.BIIS the Santa Fe Community group we should do well."
three of four attempts for the upcoming regional tourney by ji Miss Dyal leading thg! way| Saturday, Nov. 6, with a first runners swept fourth College course in Gainesville. Fri-Sat-Sun
evening. BuchhoU' High.. which] with a four point serving; place team showing in a three ljjlrrough ninth places Nine schools.will be on hand ,I
Buchholz came back to knot ') way match at the Santa Fe { \\fWT DISNEY
defeated the Tornadoes' on; .effort. : .individually on the'way to for the district meet. In
the score at 6-fl just prior to scored of 15-5 and 10-H/ in ;the ,BITS had to come 1 from 1 'Community'College!!. course in ;posting a 30 point team total addition to BHS, teams Bluegrass: ; Uol! (' PRODUCTIONS'NOltOTIJltN
halftime, when a big rush by finals of the (district; {' behind in the second"game Gainesville. ,_ i well ahead of Buchholz's 52 participating in the meet will
the Bobcats forced a poor BUS ''tournament >.'' .Buchholz .against the Braves to post the, Tiger harriers posted a32 and PKY's: 53 point totals. be: Lake Weir Ocala Forest, '
punt, setting up a short ,which played host! 16-14 'Victory. Sophomore, :point team total well ahead of Ocala Vanguard Buchholz, Convention SetAt,1liddleburg
Buchholz scoring drive. The to the district tourney,'. took ;Sandra Banes who came on. :conference rivals P.K. Yonge Cindy Griffith, back at full PKY St. Joseph's Academy,
Bobcats went for the two-point advantage of,Its home court'' [fas substitute in the\ late-: ;;'and New berry,which came up speed for the meet last Friday Florida School for the Deaf : I'
conversion, but the Tornadoes edge and a number of costly. going, served up the final two, 'With 60 and 43 point team following a bout with the flu and Blind and Jacksonville ,
defense held.Following BHS errors in coasting to.the' .points In the win totals respectively paced the BUS girls to their Episcopal. A Bluegrass Music
the contest, BUS 13-5 win in the first match of :" ''The Tornadoes. finished the, It was the first- time in first place team finish with a Top three finishers in the Convention is set at PLUS
JV head Coach: Reddy Cox the best of three series.,;'We season with an 11-$, wtn-loss. several[ years the Tigers have fourth place individually.Miss team standings in the district Middleburg. Nov. 12-14, at
praised the Tornadoes'defensive just couldn't get..It together,'' '"record" overall. During, the,, .';:'gone, after ,the.conference Griffith covered the mile meet will advance to the state Bluegrass Park.Featured .
efforts, noting that thi ngs just didn't click for us,';,; regular season they were SHI,. ;.crown In. cross'country> and one half distance in 9:56.: meet to be held later this I Walt Disney**
the visiting Bobcats had been BHS Coach Inez Harvey said ;; a marked Improvement.over J according',to Coach Ralph Emily Cade of Buchholz month in Ft. Lauderdale. The artists include
held inside the BUS five yard of her squad's first game loss i+;last year's 4-7 season record.';;t,',Walker- :- won the meet,and two PKY, top five individuals will Doc Watson, Mac Wiseman I I ( '
line on three occasions duringthe Coach Harvey termed,the ,Q.i.I Four starters twill' be lost':" ? ," theiUCharriers senior.rpaced theteam runners finished ahead of automatically qualify for the The Lewis Family Ralph I
game. Tornado loss. in the> second 1-, through', graduation .thl1: 1 : to Miss Griffith but Stanley Chubby Wise. and the Sewn Dioar/s
Isiah Jenkins led the game a "heartbreaker and, spring.. Coach Harvey,)/ ;victory: in Saturday's the strong BIIS Chubby Anthony, Sunshine
BHS hiss
team showing led to the Varsity Tr.
Tornado defense in hits for the .'conference meet with a <:HMCOIOKr >
said"I thought we had it when 'indicated she will be herd'1t'pressed ? local Bluegrass Boys, The Marshall
evening with 12 unassisted we took a 14-9 lead but we Just.couldn't .. to find replacements' 'second; 'place finish in the squad's victory in team Family, Hubert Davis, Cor-
standings. DateThisWeek ... ., !OJ
tackles. Defensive ends *"'individual standings. Open t. "I H I INA vrtf QHTitiflimoM' ca.,I NOe
get that final point for for seniorsDana' Dyal;; porate Square and The ..x. m"....... ,,.,
Danny Ilildebran and Timmy the win." Casandra Johnson, Debbie Timmons covered the three Merri Ormsbee and Ruth Hoyles.
Johns each had eight Buchholz and the Tornado .*:<.t,,Gome >and'' Eater;Robinson. '*'smile s\ course in' 1738. The Hazen tied for fifth place; Bradford High gridders
unassisted hits on the evening. met to decide'the'S' ,'1j&, -t'TheyraretnoNonly' *good?$((?,senior) ,!,Tiger''cross>country both turned in times of 10:21.: have an open date this Friday Admission will be charged, 301DRIVEIN
During the second half John championship Saturday. players;but are team leaders. ''j;runner finished just off the Linda Richardson was Nov. 12, before traveling to according to Roy Marston.PUTS .
Valmski joined the defense at night they had. met: twice* !,as well,", 'Coach;"Harvey' ''first place pace: set by PKY's'Jimmy seventh with a 10:27: and Live Oak next week, Nov. 19,
tackle and came up with some during the regular; .season. i!comments. ..Carnes son of Virginia Crawford was eighth to take on the Suwannee
crucial on big plays in r 'University, of''Florida track
stops splitting matches.; at 10:35: to round out the BHS County High Bulldogs\ of
containing the Bobcats. In the second gameof the, coach.Timmon's. team total at 30 points. Coach Charlie Tate in the final Gi lmhlllhlllrIPllf'HO
BUS nearly avoided the district championship match, younger brother game of the season.
overtime period, when Buchholz jumped out to an' John. finished third Robin Schweda and Laura The Tornadoes watched r Fri Sat
Marcus Cruce came on to trya early 3-0 lead but the Individually in Saturday'sconference Chase finished ninth and 11th movies of the Baker High
32-yard field goal with just Tornadoes later fought backto IS J 1l meet. Coach respectively to complete the game Monday. They were JANMICHAELVINCENTISTHE
23 seconds remaining on the an 11-6 lead as they rallied Walker notes that John order of finish for the top given Tuesday off.
game clock. Coach Cox behind the strong serving of Timmons is now in his seven BHS runners. "They needed the rest,"
explained later that the field freshman year at Union Coach
Betty Hudson. The BHS Squad David Hurse says. It
Frances Contrane, Nancy PAIN TO SLEEP
goal was not beyond Cruce'srange stretched its lead to 14-9 in the i County High. did the players good to get
Payne, Nancy McNeal and Now for the first time, overnight'
noting that during Bill Hemme Dwayne BABY BLUE
late goin failed to come away from the coaches and
Elise Johns also ran for the blessed temporary relief from the
practice sessions he had been the Dukes, James Parrish and from
with winning point. each other the coach
up L BHS, team. pain of arthritis, bursitis rheuma-
accurate from the 40. The Torandoes had 'Mark Barrick swept the added. MARINE
tism, soreness, stiffness. Just rub
But, the snap from center advanced to the finals on a i seventh through 10th places !'Senior cross country runner The layoff will hopefully Icy Hot's creamy balm over the
was off and onrushing semi-finals win over individually as the Tiger Lynn Pierce did not run in give time for some nagging affected joints or muscles and you
Bobcats blocked the field goal, Gainesville's Eastside High runners captured the Friday's meet and is listed by injuries to heal before the Live can actually feel the pain start oQ .
off the eventual defeat conference crown. A COLUMB." }.:. :.:.
holding and a quarter-finals victoryover BHS Coach Melba Howard as Oak game. Middle guard lessening. Begin to sleep peacefully
until the overtime period. Palatka South.In Ronald Thomas finished a "doubtful starter" in thisSaturday's Kenneth Cruger hams an again. PICTURES PRESENiA'lON I '
During the overtime period, the semi-finals, BUS 12th for the Tigers in district meet. injured ankle. Quarterback Anx.N. 7w
the Tornadoes elected to go on crushed Eastside's Rams on l Saturday's meet. Jimmy Prevatt needs time to JCoch( Drug Store PLUS
defense first, and held the straight sets of 15-1 and 15-0. Next challenge for the here"It's" really tough Howard to lose rest his legs, allowing them to Warren Beatty In
Bobcats on four plays from Debbie Gomes held the hot Union County runners come Coach get over the muscle strains 166 W. Call St.
thatthe
the 10 yard line. serving hand for the this Saturday. Nov. 13 when commented explained they have plagued him
Taking over at the 10 on a Tornadoes in the opening the squad returns to the senior is hampered by an throughout the season. Starke. 964-6757o.
Santa Fe course In Gainesvillefor injured heel and was to have r
four play series, the game winover the Rams, witha
the district meet.The meetis been examined by a specialist
Tornadoes ran Cummings on seven point effort. Dana
a dive play up the middle for Dyal added five serving pointsto slated to begin at 11 a.m. Lloyd C. King Lawtey. r .; Koch Drug Store

two yards. Then Reddish the win and Miss Hudson, . . ... ... ... ... ... ... ... - .
- - - -
called his own number on the Casandra Johnson and Ester
Imm 1 nlnmhlx phi grow
keeper, taking the'ball downto Robinson added a point f We've;
the one-foot line. Cummings apiece. just
scored on the next play. The second game saw just BenylinCough Sun Mon
Coach Cox said assistant three members of the BHS
Coach Mike Harley was squad take to the serving line : raised starting : Jeanne Bell In

responsible for the good producing all 15 points neededfor your ,
Syrup
showing by the BUS offensive the win. Debbie Gomes .. renwrac

backfield against Buchholz. again paced the squad to ,rsN I It Pleasant-tasting effective, non-
"He put in a lot of extra time victory with seven more : salary. : .
with Reddish on the veer and serving points. Emma narcotic cough relief-Benylin t11e
had the backs ready to play Murphy added six and Miss : The Army minimum salary is now $374 a month e ee Cough Syrup for family
balls Cox said of his assistant. Hudson contributed two before deductions. After 6 months you can get a raise .. use. Now available, for J\\
to $417. And you might not have to spend It all. e the first time in 25 years, Ea !!!!!!

I BIIS Harriers 8th In District : That's because we provide you with meals, housing : without a prescription.No ...OWI I ii1 i
medical and dental care, and 30 days paid change in originalcoughcontrol
e vacation .. formula. PLUS
every year.
advanced to the state cross
Bradford High cross
I
country runners finished country meet.Sophomore r It doesn't end there, either. You may qualify for w
eighth and last In team runner Brian + a $2500 bonus, too. ry I
Neva Jane Flynn cheer the
district meet Whitney who was consideredBradford ..
the
standings held last Friday at at Santa Fe High's best hope fora Tornadoes on in Macclenny. Call your Army recruiter at- .. Koch Drug Store I
Community College in finish in the top five Notice the jacket? It was y ..
COLDtTo
Gainesville. l himself Individually a berth thus in the Insuring state : 786.5800 In Jacksonville : 166 W. Call St. ylFI

Friday's district meet meet pulled up lame with an err Is human; to r e
y
concluded the 1976 season for the injured district ankle meet the and day finished before blame It on the other party Is : Join the people whdVe joined the Army. : Starke, Fla. 964.6757

the BHS runners. Only the top well off his normal pace politics. . . . . * *r *
three teams in the meet -Bill Vaughan NANA

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Macrume' Class To Be OfferedA I


s macrame class will be offered fered from 9-noon and a night
I I Inw 'k"4
: through the Starke Re- class from 7.10 p.m., both on
creation Department for those Monday The class should last
16 and over.Macrame. four weeks. If you have any
Is the tying of questions or wish to register,
1 knots to make different objects contact the Recreation Department -
such as plant hangers, phone 9646792.

wall hangings, pocketbooks, .1
belts, etc.
Pre-registration will be held
November 11-19 to determinethe
I number of those in-
terested. There must be a
minimum of six persons to a
class and no more than 15.
There will be no charge but .;
supplies must be furnished by
,
each student.
t Classes are scheduled to
F begin, if there is enough in- SMART PARENTS know
terest, Monday, November 22. how to help their children
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BANTAM LEAGUE CHAMPS! -These are (the members of the city recreation department These are the members of the city recreation department bantam football league Dolphins.' .
. bantam league flag football Steelers who won the championship title In the season completed last Team members are, front row from left: Andrew Strickland. Rick Welsh, Barry King, Randy
Thursday SOY 4. Team members are, front row from left: Greg Chambers John Wilson, Doug: Barnes Louie Ortez, Charles StrIcklandll'hln: Randall and Klalne I)ral. Second row: Cory :
Glover, Randy Alvarez, Robert Carver, Ricky Alvarez and Johnny Brown. Second row: Emmett Frounfelter, Edwin: Atwood Larry Long( Todd Jackson Shannon King Klmer Davis and ('ary Home
Watkins.Vic Culverson, Kenny McNeal. Eddie Thompkins,Mike Waters and Todd Denton. Frounfelter. ,


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Bantam League yard run by Emmett Watkins on runs of 40 and 30 yards by point try was made on a pass run by Jackson and an extra Ii! -
football Steelers kept to their and Robert Carver added the Scott Hudson. A Todd from Jackson to Andrew point on a pass from Jacksonto
winning ways in the final PAT for a 14.6 lead. Hankerson extra point tied the Strickland to give the Strickland for a 33 -26 lead. Cuts And Styles RENTALS \
games of the 1976 season last The Raiders were on the game 13 13. Dolphins a 26 13 halftime The Cowboys scored againon For Men And Women
Thursday with a 20 19 win Scoreboard again before the The Dolphins scored two lead. an eight yard run by Tues Thru Sat. Hospital Beds -Wheel Chairs .
over the Raiders to wrap up first half ended on a 10 yard more times in the first half. Two touchdowns by Scott Hudson, but were unable to
the championship.The run by Davis. The extra point once on a 38 yard run by Todd Hudson evened the score at 26 convert the extra point. North On 301
Dolphins went 39 32 was good on a pass from Jackson and again when Cary 26 in the second half as the Andrew Strickland ran 32 Vary Ptaaonabla Rates & Crutches :
over the Cowboys in the Chuck Johnson to Rowdy Frounfelter intercepted a Cowboys fought back. yards for the final Dolphin Call 964-7844 For AppointmentFTN ,
second game last Thursday to Waters. The halftime score pass to run the ball\in 14 yardsfor The Dolphins came back touchdown to make the score,
take second place in league found the Steelers ahead 14 a touchdown. One extra with a two yard touchdown 39 32, Dolphins.

standings. 13. .
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and PERSONALSMr. Mrs. Chuck Moore time of West with Virginia their, spent uncle some and son Mr., of and Orlando Mrs., visited Pevey their and visited Leo Dyal in Alachua Mrs. Lucille T. Ivey spent will be observed every Wednesday
and sons, of Moultrie, Ga. aunt Mr. General Hospital, Gainesville, at 8 a.m. Choir prac-
and Mrs. O. Nicula uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Miss Ellis beth Terry Sunday with her uncle and
spent the weekend with their Sunday afternoon. tice 7 and United MYF
and p.m.
family. Carl Prevatt, Saturday, Phone 784-3300 aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Mr.
and
parents Mrs. Fred Wednesday.United .
Whitman in Lake
City.
Moore. Other guests were Miss Elizabeth Terry and afternoon. Wayne Harper and son, of weekend with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Tye Methodist Women
their brother-in-law and Miss Arthurine Blanchard Starke, took their grandparents Col. and Mrs. William Wilson. visited their brother-in-law met at the church Tuesday
sister, Mr. and Mrs. J.B. visited her sister, Miss, Miss Elizabeth Terry had a Mr. and Mrs. Carl and sister, Mr. and Mrs. F.L. LUNCH MENU November 2. Mrs. George
i' Boyer of Tampa, who spent Arthurine Blanchard, Mrs. pleasant surprise Wednesday Prevatt, to visit their son-in- Mrs. Daisy Boch, Mrs. Roberts, in Jacksonville, WEEK OF NOVEMBER 1S-19 Roberts, Sr., presided. Mrs.
afternoon. and
Sunday and Monday with Kate Wolfe, and Mrs. Thelma Mr. Mrs. law and daughter, Mr and Buster Bennett and Nancy, Sunday afternoon. Frank Coss gave the de
them. Wilson, of Stanley Haring, of Latham, Mrs. L.H. Harper in North and Mr. and Mrs. Joey votional. A business meeting
Baker MONDAY with
Spaghetti
County Kansas who rented of :
Nursing Home at Macclenny, Mrs. one Florida Regional Hospital, Bennett went to see the "Blue Mrs. Onie Thornton, of meat, cheese, cole slaw followed.Next meeting will be,
Futch's
J.C. Prevatt, Jr., and son Friday afternoon. Joyce apart.ments Gainesville, Sunday after- Angels" at Cecil Field, Auburndale, was a Sunday peaches, French bread, milk. held at the church November
and granddaughter, of called in her Starke the 30 years and ago noon. Their daughter, Mrs. Sunday afternoon.Mr. overnight guest of her sister, TUESDAY: Sloppy Joe on 16 at 10 a.m.HIGHLAND. '
'. Gainesville, and grandson, Friends of on phone Harper went to light a gas Mrs. Pierce Crews.
Leo
bun French fries
Dyal will talked for awhile. The Harings corn, apple
: stove and it and Mrs. Jim .
Wayne Harper and son, oft Monday explodedand BAPTIST
regret to learn that he Is sauce, milk.WEDNESDAY.
to Starke with
a came friends
,.{ Starke, were all dinner guests surgical patient in Alachua and burned her hair and faceon Chamberlin attended the Mrs. Dorothy Fedak'and Chicken CHURCH:'Sunday school 10'
the :
= of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Prevatt General Hospital, Gainesville. wanted spent night. They the left side. Her hair is Georgia-Florida football Mrs. Gene Pearson, went to with rice, sweet a.m. Worship services 11 a.m.
to the
: Saturday. Our see apartmentand coming back. They waited to game in Jacksonville Satur Charleston, S.C., to be with biscuits peas and 7 p.m. Prayer meeting
with
.' prayers are him. We called Miss Terry for apricots, peanut
are happy that he is getting directions to find it. let her nose come back so they day afternoon. their sister, Mrs. Nell butter, milk.mURSDAYi. Wednesday at 7:30: p.m.
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hyde. better. could do a skin graft on her Mozingo, of Stevens Hospital, Turkey with
nose and forehead. She will be Mrs. O.J. Boyette, Sr., of where she had surgery LAURA BAPTIST
II Mrs. Alice Petrey, of there for sometime. Mrs. Lake City, was a Thursday Wednesday. mashed giblet gravy and dressing, CHURCH:' Sunday school 10
Arcadia, was a Tuesday over- Truman Norman took her overnight guest of her son and potatoes, green a.m. Worship services 11 a.m.
beans
a ,.A .f.' Mrs.night Loca guest of Raulerson her mother andnephew over there Monday and got daughter-in-law,Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. William Klipp and butter,,cranberry pumpkin pie sauce milk., rolls, and 7:30 p.m. Prayer meeting

James Raulerson.Mrs. her doctor to take care of her. O.J. Boyette and family. Keith Day and) step-son, FRIDAY: Chile with beans, Wednesday at 7:30: p.m.
James Klipp, spent the day cheese toast, tossed salad
Mrs. J.C. Blach of Jackson- Mrs. Billy King and with and ,
family, Mr. Mrs. D.R Brown milk. NORTIISIDE BAPTIST P
Nellie Parrish, of Max- ville, and Mrs. Donald Miss Geneva Wilkinson, and and Cynthia and their peach crisp, CHURCH:.Sunday school 10
vllle, and Mrs. Hester Hicks, Roberts, of Lake City, visited Mr. and Mrs. B.L. Wilkinson, mother, Mrs. Lucille T. Ivey CHURCH OF GOD: Sunday a.m. Worship services 11 a.m.
spent Sunday afternoon with their parents, and grand- III, and Benny Wilkinson, Jr., Saturday. school 10 a.m. Worship and 7:30 p.m. Prayer meeting r
their brother-in-law and parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.F. all of Jacksonville, were services 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. 11
sister, Mr. and Mrs. O.J. Robertson Sunday afternoon.Mr. Sunday dinner guests of their Wayne Hardee, of Highland, Prayer meeting Wednesday
Anders grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Vince Taylor, and Randolph 7:30: p.m. YPE Friday at 7:30: SMYRNA MISSIONARY I
and Mrs. Johnny B.L. Wilkinson, Sr., last Padgett, of Maxville, went on p.m. BAPTIST CHURCH: Sunday
Liquid Chicken Mr. and Mrs. Casey Dobbs Jenkins, and son, P.F. Sunday and again this a two-week hunting trip to school 10 a.m. Morning ,-
i and daughter, Terry, of Jack- Milliard visited their parents, Sunday. Cody, Wyoming. They came EVERGREEN BAPTIST service 11 a.m. BTS 5:45: p.m.
sonville, visited their parents Mr. and Mrs. O.J. Anders, home Thursday morning.Mrs. CHURCH: Sunday school 10 Evening service 7 p.m.
Fertilizer Sunday afternoon.Mr. Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Maise Hardee and children a.m. Worship services 11 a.m. Prayer meeting Wednesday at
and son, Troy, of Jackson- spent most of the time with and 7:30: p.m. Prayer meeting 7:30: p.m.
and Mrs. J.W. Thomasand Mr. and Mrs. James Art, of ville, were Sunday dinner her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wednesday at 8 p.m.
Delivered & Spread For You Jay, of Live Oak, visited Raiford, visited Mr. and Mrs. guests, of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Fred Carter, of Maxville, and ST. JOHNS MISSIONARY
I, their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs Sunday Chamberlin. his parents, Mr. and Mrs. FAITH BAPTIST BAPTIST CHURCH: Sunday
$11100 Fred Moore Saturday afternoon. Cecil Hardee. CHURCH: Radio programover school 10 a.m. The Rev. Willie ;
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468-1985 afternoon.We Mr. and Mrs. O.J. Boyette, WPXE Starke 8 a.m. Huffman, Pastor. Church
v Per Ton Billy Anders, of Jackson- Jr., and family, visited their Mrs. Pierce Crews visited Sunday. Bible school 10 a.m. school 10 a.m. each Sunday ..
are happy to hear that ville, visited his family brother-in-law and sister, Mr. Mrs. Jack Harris In North Worship services 11 a.m. and with Chris Hamilton, Supt. '
6 Tons To The Truck Mrs. O.J. Phillips is getting Saturday afternoon. and Mrs. Raymond Williams, Florida Regional Hospital 7:30: p.m. Prayer meeting Church service is at 11 a.m.
along real good. She is with of Jacksonville Sunday. Gainesville, Saturday. We are Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Bible and 3 p.m. on second and ,
W.A. Prevatt Hampton Fla. TI her son-in-law and daughter, Billy and Ray Wilson, of glad to report that she is study. fourth Sundays. Prayer Band '
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Gaskins. Gainesville, spent the Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee getting along fine. at noon Mondays. Bible class !I,I
GRACE UNITED and Prayer meeting Wednes-
METHODIST: Sunday school day at 5:30: p.m. Choir rehearsals -
"FEATURE-OF-THE-WEEK" 9:45: a.m. Worship services 11 at 5:40: p.m.
a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer Circle Thursdays.
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MT. PISGAII
STEDWARD'SCATIlOLICCIiURCIl
--- ---- OBITUARIESMrs. --- CHOIR FEDERATIONFirst


Vigil Mass, Saturday 7 Anniversary Serviceswill
p.m., Sunday Mass, 11 am. Theresa SternMrs. Jock L.TruwickJack Louie T. Alford Atha McDavid, both of 1\1. W. Cress" Ier be held at Mt. Pisgah
Weekday Masses: Mondayand Gainesville. November 15 through
1 Wednesday 6:30: pm.; Theresa K.Stern,76, of L. Trawick 55, of !Mrs LoUie T. Alford. 69, Funeral services were held Merritt W. Cressler, 87, of November 22. Various
Tuesday. Thursday and Fri 1339 South Walnut Street Starke died NovI' in died Sunday morning, Nov. 7, Tuesdar' Nov. 9, In Archer 308 N. Cherry St., Starke diedin churches will be In charge of
day, 8:30: a.m.Confessions. Starke (US-301 South) died at Riverside Hospital in Union General Hospital Home chapel In Lake his sleep Tuesday morning, the services:
Saturday 6:15: her home Monday evening/ Jacksonville, after a brief lifter an extended illness. Butler with Rev. L.L. Parker November 9. MONDAY: St. John Baptist
a. e : Nov. 8, illness. officiating. Burial was in Mt. in Scranton Iowa on Church, in charge
.. ; to 6:45: p.m. or on request. following an apparent Born In Georgia, Mrs. Born
{ Religious education heart attack. Alford lived in Florida for the Zion Cemetery. Archer March 31, 1889, Mr. Cresslerand TUESDAY : New (Hope

classes: Sunday 9:30 to 10:30: Born in Bainbridge, Ga., past 50 years. She was a Funeral Home was In.chargeof his family moved to the Church in charge.WEDNESDAY .
Crl.cJl a.m. for Elementary School Born in Kssen Germany March 26, 1921 Mr. Trawickwas member of Rock Primitive arrangements. Slarke area in 1941. Mr. : Mt. Zion
Wednesday 7-8 p.m. for junior Mrs. Stern lived in Starke for a member of the Baptist Church. Cressler was a retired Civil Church, in charge.1THURSDAY
REV BEN BRYANT and senior high students. over 63 years. For many years American Legion Post Survivors I include her Veda E. RogersMrs. Engineer and was a member : Free
Meetings: Parish Council she and her husband WilliamA. Number 56 of Starke and the husband Frank L. Alford of of the First Christian 'hurch. Kingdom Church of God in
SUNDAY: : Sunday School Monday Nov. 29, 7:30: p.m.; Stern, operated a Texaco Rotary Club. He was a Lake Butler; a daughter Veda E. Rogers, 76, of Survivors Include: his wife charge.
9-1: : am.; !Morning Worship Altar Society, Tuesday, Dec. service station on South veteran of World War II, and Bertha Lou Alford of Wichita Miami widow of Bethold A. I hazel D. Cressler; one son FRIDAY: 11Pisgah\ in
II a.m. ; Sunday School 7, 7:30: p.m. Walnut Street until it was served as Bradford County Falls. Texas; a son Donald J. Rogers, died Nov. 4 in a Charles W. Cressler of charge.
Council 5 p.m.; Church torn down to make room for a Sanitarian for the past 27 Alford of Ocala; a brother, Miami nursing home after a Atlanta Ga.; one daughter SATURDAY: No church
Training 6:15: p.m.; Evening Rev. Patrick Foley pastor. parking lot for the Food Fair years. Joe H. Thomas of long illness. Mrs. Ann Booth of Merkel SUNDAY: 2 p m.. Musical
Worship 7:30: p.m. ---- PRESBYTERIANr More. Survivors include his Jacksonville, ; six sisters: !Mrs. Mrs. Rogers was born June Texas, and five grand and dinner on the grounds
;MONDAY: : Florida Baptist FIRST Mrs. Stern lifetime widow, Jane Trawick of Til llogan. Mrs Lula I Dyal, 16. 1900 and is survived by her children.
Convention Nov. CHURCH was a Mrs. Pencis sister Mrs. Mizell Parker of The remains will be takl'lIlo
15 17, member of the Bradford Starke; a daughter Mrs. llogan. Mrs Lear FIRST ASSEMBLY
Daytona Beach; Girl's Sunday: Sunday School, anda Donna Kelly of Temple Geiger( all of Jacksonville: Miami. Stuart, where funeral GOD
Ensemble C:40: p.m.; Youth 9:30: a.m., morning worship County member Hospital of the Auxiliary First United Terrace, Fla.; a son Jack Mrs Stella Wasdin of Scriven Funeral services were held services are scheduled "the happy church"Hwy.16atWeldonSt.
Choir 7 p.m. 11 a m. Dr. Edwin Albright Methodist Church. Trawick Jr. of Dade City; two (jl'orgia.llnd Mrs Elde Lee of Monday Nov. 8, at the Friday Nov: 12, atI p in .
Tl'1oSU.Junior: : Choir Jr., Jacksonville will bring the Survivors include her hus brothers, H.D. Trawick Jr. of Starke and II grandchildren. graveside in Elzey Chapel Burial will follow in Fern Hill Starke
t\JU: Funeral services held in Union Cemetery in Stuart. HeWitt) C
pm. message. band William A. Stern and Tallahassee arid W.F.Trawick were Cemetery County SUNDAY SERVICES:
WKDNKSDAY: : Family Choir practice Thursday daughter. Louise Stern of Nashville Tenn.; Tuesday. Nov: a, in Mt. Zion with the Rev. Richard Parker Jones 1o'uneralllome of Starkeis Sunday School 18 a.m.
night( supper 6:15: pm. ; 7:30: p.m.STTMARK'S. one both of Starke. four sisters Mrs. Andrew Primitive Baptist Church with officiating. DeWitt C. Jones handling local Morning Worship 11
Sunday School Worker's -------------- Funeral services will I Ix Valkuchak and Mrs Grady Klder: Kvt-rett: Johns and Funeral Home in Starke is arrangements, and the Johns a.m.
meeting G .A.'s. R.A.'s. : EPISCOPALRev. hold this altermxm I Thill'S'day Cooper of Apalachicola, Mrs. Elder: Harry Brooker handling arrangements. Funeral Home is in charge 01m'ral1tl'ml'I1IS Eve. Worship 7pm.WEDNESDAY .
Acteens World Friends, and .John Flynn : in John Dunkle of Gainesvilleand officiating. Burial was in Mt. in Stuart. :
Nov ID) at 2:30: m.
:Mission Friends "Hour ofPower" SATURDAY: 8:30: -3 p.m the First United :MethodistChurch p 1 :Mrs.ondrew I Iligham of Zion Cemetery Archer Haggles Dodge Youth meeting 7 p.m.
7'30: p.m.; Adult choir Junior Choir Clinic in Lake with the pastor. Hex Pensacola; and three 1"uIll'rallwIll''WI in chargeof "Activity is the only roadto Bible Study 7 p.m.

8-13 pm. City SUNDAY: 8:30: a.m., Holy George: l Harper, officiating grandchildren. arrangements Ruggles L. Dodge, 51, of knowledge." Shaw Pastor Robert Harden
... lake Funeral services were held Welcome one and alit
.. in
::: : ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::":':::':::':.::' : Eucharist; 9:43: a m. Church Burial will be Crosby' Nov. 6 from the graveside in Keystone Heights died in the "The secret of happiness is
tf-chg.
Laura Ja
(Vmetery. I DcVVilt ( JuneS I.o'nVult>rs Veterans Hospital In J
School 11 "
a.m. Morning
m Cord Of Thanks i iii Prayer;; 3:30: p.m. Inquirers 1o'unl''allinme, is in charge of the Kingsley Rev. Lake George Cemetery L. Harper with Gainesville Nov. 6. He had curiosity. Norman Douglas
:Mrs Laura Lea
: Class. Group 2. aiTaiwments.Lee Waters 80. been taken there four days
::::::::::::::::::::::::: :::: :::::::: :;:::::::::;:::::::;:::;:::; MONDAY: : : 7:30: p m. Vestry Funeral officiating. Home DeWitt C.handled Jones of Gainesville died Sunday earlier following an accident.
morning. :Nov: 7, in :North
('.\HI)OF TII.\\KS: meeting arrangements.In Florida
The family of P.M.! Barefoot TUESDAY : 7:30: p.m., lieu of flowers, the family after a brief Regional) illness. Hospital Born in Nova Scotia March I
!gratefully acknowledges/ the Inquirers Class, Group 2. Roy GreenLee requests donations be made to Born in Bradford County -I. 1925, Mr. Dodge had movedto
kindness shown us during his WEDNESDAY: : : 6:30: p.m., the Boy Scouts Troop and lived in Union and Keystone Heights six years
recent illness and death. We Junior Choir Practice; 7:30 Roy Green 68, died Number 70 of Starke. Alachiia Counties! She was a ago following his retirement FALL
especially want to thank the p.m. Church School Classes Saturday morning at his homein Donations can be sent to the member ol I the Freewill from the U.S. Army where he
nurses and employees of the grades 4-10.; 7:30: p.m. Senior Brooker after an apparent Rotary Club. Baptist Church. had served for 22 years.
Bradford County Hospital and Choir Practice. heart attack. Survivors include four Survivors include his CLOSE OUT
--------------
DI'[ 11 H Adams. Mr. Green was born in and daughters: Mrs. Aulcanullarrell mother Mrs Vera R.
FIRST CHRISTIAN lived life in )oc>i1CfaGICC XtldC>MC IGGltJt
The P.l.1.: Barefoot FamilyC.1RU0FTII1KS his entire :Mrs Lucille Harris Lambing/ Keystone Heightsand
CHURCH Bradford County. He was :\lrs.Lllhl'tlla Beach and :Mrs. a brother Jerome P.
: Jim Love, Minister employed with Sunland : Ellen Brown, all Dodge of the Virgin Islands
FIHSTSSIIIU.Y:: (OF Mary \ of
The family of the late P.D. Sunday: Sunday school, 9:45: Training/ Center in Gainesvillefor GOD; Rev Robert Harden Reddish gratefully a.m.. ; morning service, 10:45: the past 20 years, and wasa pastor announces of Augusta. Ga: two Nov.: 9 at the graveside in
acknowledges the many a.m.; youth group, 6 p.m.; member of the Brooker Homecoming services hi'others: Collie and :.MillieI Keystone Heights Cemetery
kindnesses and expressions of evening worship,7 p.m.; choir Baptist Church. Sunday. Nov. 14Morning I lI"al of Lake Butler three with the Rev. Thomas O. Stock At
sympathy shown in the loss of practice, 8 p.m.Wednesday Survivors include his : sisters' :Mrs :Mamie Feamster officiating. DeWittC.
semcc I II I
their loved Our loss isJll'aen's night: Bible widow. 11rs.Illdred! Mann a n)
one. and the Denmark of Jacksonville. Jones Funeral Home is
I gain. study, 8pm.SMYRNA. Green of Brooker; three sons: p.m. writingeivii'o.. 7 :Mrs Sally llarrell and :Mrs. handling arrangements. Close Out Price
The' Family of P.D. Reddish -------------- Kenny Green of Wildwood, .
BAPTIST Terrel Green of Thomasville, eneroee.
A dinner
on the grounds will
MISSIONARY: Ala., and Allen Green of
follow the
MKMOItlAM: : morning service
In loving memory of our SUNDAY=" SERVICES: Wildwood; six daughters: Rev. Harden welcomes PRE ARRANGED 5DownPayment
Sunday School, 10 a.m., Mrs Mary Jo Taylor of
dear son. Christopher everyone to attend Sunday
Jllllml's.hn died November Worship Service 11 a,m., Falatka Mrs. Jackie Brannen School and worship servicesat
B.T.S., 5:45 of Jacksonville Mrs. Barbara FUNERALSSome
: p.m. Evening ,
11. 1\1\,;). memories are sweet First Assembly of God.
Worship 7 p.m. Bennett of Houston, Texas. .
treasures no one can steal. people prefer to make funeral arrangements
All visitors are warmly Mrs. Janice Pierce of
The blow was hard the shockMvcie that welcomed. We preach the Brooker, Mrs. Brenda Jonesof Community News in advance when a person has definite
littie I did we know
his dl'alhas so near Well death, burial and Augusta Ga., and Miss preferences. And he or she wants some assurance On Some Used Homes
,a'\yr forget him though he is resurrection of the Lord Jesus Aileen Green of Wildwood; <( we'll love Christ. Come join us on theLord's three sisters: Mrs. Mandy
"mine, and al"ays St. Johns' :Missiou.in is best.
Day. Elder T.C. Lewis and Mrs. Pearl
him no matter how long Sadly Baptist Church. Band;
I'raver With the rising cost of everything a prear
Pastor.
Williams. Matkey both of Brooker, and
missed bv mother, father andister meeting/ :Monday
Wednesday
-------------- funeral will not cost than
Mrs. Gracie Dukes of Lake ranged any more
The Holmes .
\ FamilyltlOKTIIKS night Bible Study at :5
:MOIUMton; : Butler; a brother, Leslie Friday :.November: 12 pill u today's prices, only the interest on the prearrangement -

'. \PT1ST Green of Brooker. 17 Business: will be hold. Come in and talk to us about this.
< \ I Sunday Services: Sunday grandchildren and two great.
the family of Thomas J. School, 10 a.m., Morning grandchildren. Christmas practice began I'm sure there are many questions to be asked.
Lewis\ extend( heartfelt Worship and Services for the Funeral services were held Monday All parents are John Brovvn9sMOBILE
asked to send I the children to
"matiluile[ tor the abundantihuiilihtlulness Deaf 11 a.m., Training Union Sunday, Nov. 7. in the Brooker practice. Sunday service will Archer Funeral Home
rendered by so 6:30: pm., Evening Worship, Baptist Church with Hev HOME CfNrfff
:
begin
/ with Sunday School at li
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in.inv Pour expressions of 7:30: pm. Terry Crantord officiating DOYle M. ARCHER, L.F.D.
love ami sympathy/ will long Wednesday Services: Mid- Burial was in New: River am. Morning Worship lit vt' 473-3775 Hwy 21 N. Keystones
In1 .ipprecialed) and rentcmUrcd Week Prayer Service and Cemetery Archer Funeral a 111 Kxenmgorship; ut 1 'Our Goal Is To Be Worthy Of Your Confidence' Jj
!Uivilhe I lull
pm
1 man: /
Bible Study 7-30 pm.. Choir Home was in charge of
pastor
The Lewis Family Practice 8:15: m. arrangements.
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People aren't talking Getting results

about the energy short- Energy exploration is always unpredictable, but our efforts
age as much as they did are beginning to bear results. Last April, for example, we '
a couple of years ago. But f started delivering natural gas to Florida from one of our
unfortunately, it's still a first discoveries Grand Isle Block 76, offshore Louisiana.
reality. Project Independence This source has increased our pipeline's daily deliveries by

designed to free an additional 35 million cubic feet of gas per day.

our country of dependence At another offshore Louisiana field called Vermilion Block

on foreign oil, was 22, we are planning a $12 million pipeline to provide Floridaa
cruel hoax presented to with still more new gas from the Gulf of Mexico.This project, P
the American people for in which we'll be in partnership with another pipeline, will
political reasons.We have mean an extra 25 million cubic feet of gas a day for Florida
no national energy policy, f beginning next year.
and we are currently more
dependent on foreign Only the beginningenergy

supplies than we These two important projects are only part of our explora- .. 1 ,
were at the time of the tion and expansion,: programs to bring more.!natural gas toFlorida. ; 'i
'OPEC in Another!, significant project is the development of :.-;
1973.
embargo Today, between 40 and 45 per cent
of oil from a major oil and gas field we and our partners discovered
our country's comes foreign sources. The short-
in 1975 at the Cognac prospect, offshore Louisiana. FloridaGas 1
of natural
the nation's
I age gas, NO.1 domestic fuel, is grow-
already s invested $11 million at Cognac. We expect
serious. Demand is
ing more up, yet reserve supplies are
to start receiving natural gas from this field in 1979 or 1980 I
getting smaller and exploration for new sources of natural
more to satisfy the rapidly growing needs
gas is becoming more expensive and difficult. gas energy
of our State. We are also making arrangements to obtain
But I let's t get more<; specific. What's our gas supply situation -
natural from Florida
liquefied Algeria to bring to custom-
gas
right here in Florida, and what is Florida Gas doing
about it? ers. Ultra-cold, LNG storage allows vast quantities of natural
gas to be converted and stored as a liquid at 260 degrees

A vital energy source below zero. Later, vaporization restores the liquid gas to
Most of the natural gas used in Florida comes from Texas its natural state for pipeline transit and customer use.

and Louisiana. It is delivered
through our 2,400-mile pipeline -
The need for new policies
system, the only link between supply sources and peninsular -
Our self-help program is paying off for natural gas con-
Florida. This vital fuel-delivery system is providing
sumers in Florida. But we will continue to face shortages
600 million cubic feet of to Florida.. .
gas per day representing -
until Congress deregulates the price on new supplies of
about 29 cent of all the basic consumed
per energy
natural gas. The elimination of price controls on interstate
in the State, exclusive of
transportation use.
gas will not only speed exploration and production from
Our aggressive efforts to obtain additional supplies of gas new sources, but will allow pipeline companies like Florida
have assured our residential and commercial customers in Gas to compete with intrastate purchasers for the new gas.
Florida of all the gas needed to meet their requirements, Congress must act on this matter to relieve the already
and we expect this uninterrupted service to continue for critical supply problem faced by the natural gas industry.the .
foreseeable future. To provide continued deliveries to
these high-priority customers, however, we have had to cut Our commitment
back deliveries to our larger industrial customers...those Through investments in exploration programs and by ex-
with alternate fuel sources. These include both large induspansion of facilities and utilization of new technology, we've
trial users and municipal electric generating stations. made the commitment and will continue to do all we can
to assure adequate supplies of natural!' gas to meet Florida's
A time for action needs.
growing energy
Several years ago, we saw the energy shortage coming and
decided to do something about it. One major step was to \
form a subsidiary Florida Gas Exploration Company -

.. to explore for oil and natural gas. Florida Gas Exploration
has committed $40 million to its search for new energy

supplies. It also operates exploration programs for

partners such as ACF Industries, American Express, Barber Selby Sullivan
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editoriaL ) First Franchise For Telephone. Granted In 1899The


I first franchise to issue of The Florida Weekly At a meeting of the City the franchise under certain and Georgia with success'.

operate a telephone system In Advocate, a Starke newspaperof Council Monday night Mr. conditions
Planning Needs Starke was granted by the that time: D.L. Temple came before that Mr, Temple represents C.L. Mr. Temple informed the
Community Input"People City Council 77 years ago. body and applied for a fran Goodrun of Athens, Georgiachase ADVOCATE all man Mondaythat Starke
in ,
HELLO CENTRAL! a probability
to operate
telephonewho Is In the telephone bust Lawtey Lake Butler, and
,
The of this
news important ,
here are going to have to live evening, Nov. 16, during the city "hook" and
step in progress of the town Council GrantiTKwinplifs'e to considerable talk and a ness on his own Hampton would all be con
with the plan for a long time Sam commission's which who has In a number of eK- and
regular meeting, was carried the following Operate Telephone System speech by Councilman put nected together, connection -
:hutch, a representative of the North begins a 7 o'clock item from the August 10. 1899 In Starke Morgan, the Council granted changes In Northern Florida would also be made at
Central Florida Regional Planning Lake City for Savannah.The .

Council (NCFRPC), told us last week of Both the city commission and the telephone poles will be

the land use plan for Starke currently NCFRPC urge residents to attend the Potato Crop "Looking Good" For Heilbronn Pair 40 feet in length and 7 inches

being worked out in cooperation with schedule public hearings on the land use across the top, and will stand

the city commission. plan.and voice their opinions as to the the two farmers got a bumber Taylor says he hesitates to above the trees on Call Street

future growth patterns of Starke. crop. Just over an acre push potatoes as a crop here, A.V. Long will
produced 425 bushels of large, for fear that too much acreage City Attorney
Future city zoning ordinances will be the for the
pretty sweet potatoes.The would hold prices down. prepare papers
required to reflect the land use plan, "We want to work with the people in other portion of the crop franchise and everything will

when finally adopted, and that should be developing a plan they want, not just was on lower ground and But the county agent pointsout be completed in a few days.

prior to July 1979. That is the deadlinefor come in and tell them what the plan will didn't do as well, says Boles. that potatoes are a good in Other items of interest from

the adoption of all community land be," Mutch told us. Mayor their The 700 pair to hopes BOO bushels to market of summer-between crop the crop Planted is in in late the the 1899 Advocates:

use plans under the Local Government Commissioner Charles Schaefer also h v" fs potatoes for around $5 per barn before winter crops are
Comprehensive Planning Act of 1975. voices that opinion and urges residentsto bushel "We could make planted. CIIAINLESS BIKE

participate in the land use planning C money at that," Johns says. Another advantage is that
the
is
The act makes planning mandatory Boles figures, roughly, thatit potatoes can be stored for Joe Truby of the first happy cnainless pos--
cost $200 acre to several months and marketed sessor
grow
for all local governments in Florida, and Mayor Schaefer, city commissioners 4&iw the potatoes.per when prices are best. bicycle that has ever been in

the land use plan is the first in a series of and the NCFRPC are of the opinion, as .. Starke. The wheel is a dandy

eight specific elements included in the we are, that city residents, if given the 17 'r. 'I 'T"j'I..:.. ..n' ,;' "--- and Hull,was who bought is agent through at N.B.this

comprehensive plan. Other elements opportunity, will work to plan the futureof 'Ii 41"; : ". .- place

in'IUlItraffic: sewer systems, solid this community, not only with the \ -'. {;:."..j.
waste disposal, drainage and potable fairness and impartiality of an outsider, \ I.A, ,, SHOT IN BACK

water plans, conservation, recreation, but also the understanding of an insider ,
the latter of last
utilities and who will live the During part
housing with
,
: government eventually planson :,- week and the first part of this
coordination. a day to day basis. J week Lake Butler has passed

r'\: .02 through exciting times.

The next public hearing on Starke's Shouldn't you have a voice in your 4"I I

land use plan is set for next Tuesday city's future? Saturday evening, while
j trying to make an arrest
+ hi Marshal Andrew Kite was
1 shot in the back four times by

. 'Smelling The Roses" an unknown party, tie died at
i i'vw e his home at 8 o'clock that
t night .- (August 24, 1899))
on1t'tin1l't'rt' so busy criticizingand $12,000 in unused funds from t he 19776budg'et ; Mw ,

crusading, we don't take time to to the county commission. T

"::0.1 UI'' ;and smell the roses," as they say. STILL!NO LIGHTS

In t the midst of all the things that go Bradford County voters, 80 percentof
Starke. is the largest placeon
wrong :and all the situations we'd like to whom exercised their too-often taken. Alton Holes shows off his homemade potato plow which saves the F.C.&P. Railroad from

sec improved are people everywhere for granted right to participate in a lot of work with a prong hoc. hulas said a Hastings man said Jacksonville to Tampa,

doing their jobs and making that extra government in last week's general himild build him u potato digger for $:t.ilH). so Boles gut busy N except Ocala. and yet we haveno

r i-t'fort. to make things better.Thev election. will his ingenuity. lights. I Did the city pur

People don't often think of Agent/ Bobby Taylor thinks the chase the Electric Light plantto

aren't as noticeable as those The many local citizens who t turned\ Bradford. Cimnly,, and potato two are on to something that look at, or to furnish lights"COTTON

people,, ; that usually fill the pages of anewspaper out to assist peace officers in an eight- j.ro1I1t! ill the same time, butthat's could pay off There is no GINS KUNMNG!
can't reason why potatoes can't be
public officials enmeshedm hour search. for an escaped prisoner. Ugrown. no reason hero and potatoes C.L. Johns grown here Taylor says
The cotton gins of the WB.
conflict\ and controversial decision mill Alton Holes have proven Years ago more potatoeswere started
nicking I lawbreakers, charges and that grown here, but they Haynes Company the Inch running

countercharges/ flying back and forth at The Chamber of Commerce, for Retired und farming as u died attacked out them.becuase Boles bugs and with. a on lull Tuesday torte These (:m-

each, other about the latest issue. But beginning work on a blood-donor hohhtill' Iwo lleilbronnSprings Johns have had trouble ill'(' noted lor tuniinu: out ".mnl .
that will benefit who cronies planted seven no the best simplest. .!) cotlmixliiny ''
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I hal't'. there, making everything program/ everyone acres (it Jewel and Red Jewel with bugs.
long\ just a little smoother. may find themselves in an emergency sweet pot at iK-s \this year In one field in lleilbronn in tile con ti their) l-.imn-i-i ,
situation and in need of a blood "\\c're iusl experiment Springs. / a field which is on a wishing to have cotton
bring a good pl'lce111 do wellto
So here's' some well-deserved praise transfusion. mu Holes says But County lull and drains two directions ."h F carry it to this popular firm.

lor people around the county we've been '' P4 1'b

1101 il'inl.latl'lv\ ; -- Elections Supervisor Neva; Flynn !sEW: RAILROAD

and her capable staff, for giving us yet LETTERS TO Work commenced a few-

The two hundred citizens whoorganized another smooth running, trouble-fret- G 2vl'harlies days ago laying the new steel

themselves last week and did l'It'l'lion. rails, at the end of the main
THE EDITOR.
a I fine cleanup job at the old RJE high line of the Atlantic. SuanneeHII'

school :showing :solid community spirit Parents, !students and staffs of thl'county's and Gulf Railroad ado
I ision of the Florida Central
and effort. elementary schools, for Johns holds! up some of the huge potatoes weighingup \ and Peninsular system Irom

organizing another series of SUI'l'l's..rullIalloel.'n \, 1"J-\'IIEH': : our !schools Let the School to "4 .pound, hut grew in a bumper crop on a well drainedacre Stdikc to Favelteville. nn the
Courthouse officials J.R. Kelly, carnivals, raising endlessly- : '. Board know that the patch at lleilbronn !Spring' That acre produced r.tt: Suwunnee Rover The hitter"
Dolph Reddish Gene Long and Gib useful funds and providing an evening of OMIH ( .17101)1111'hear has no desire to be vindictive public bushels, but the main portion of the crop nut so well diainid.didn't place will probably be
do that well reached the
middle of
Brown who together returned almost fun for everyone. Editor: against! its teachers for they by
are.. the ones who will lead our summer.
I have lived in Bradford youths greatness or medio
County for ::11I) years and have crity The Parent-Teacher :MAKKIAGKIil'GlllTS: ;
County Agents
II 5C Bar Gone"The By '
Candy: "Long taught in its Public Schools 20 team is an unbeatable force Starke is a town of I.IMHI in
I when it is united Support the
years taught under circum f
habitants. Six
couples Irony
BobbyTaylor
way prices have been /going up didn't buy it. But the fact is. that we will tall'I'shid* were less thandesiriiblc teachers of Bradford County! Notebook this city have married IthlnIhe

lately, we weren't surprised to read this probably: keep right on l'alingIIt'r hI'Y not required a times to work, but under I was; Sincerely tf fe last two weeks and there

week that a llcrshey bar or a package ofM bars: and ignoring the price tag.I conditions SUI'lIJS the are at least six more to bemarried
presentday Phone!MH-6.V>I
within t the next I two
: 1's: \ will soon cost 20 cents. Guess teacher' is confronted with Gladys Wasdm
weeks. Is there another townin
the day of the nickel candy bar is long We, this nation have forgotten how to daily A Retired Bradford County The frosts and freezing also important with winter I the state that can beat this

gone, never to return. say "No.;..; It matters not whether the Teacher temperatures earlier this lorages Pastures should. not record:?!
There' was; a time when the week are a good signal that lx I'al't111111\ plants ate
item is essential, if we have the money\ Teaching Profession felt that Condemned Inmate eight to in inches high! II
our summer grass !season is
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What concerns us is that well we will pay the price. the School'( Board and SchoolAdministration Asks Correspondents! over. The only things green possible, practice rotational

probably pay the 20 cents without a supported its that will be left for grazing gra/ing.! leav iogslubbleabout fdison's'ol1ll'rful: Projecting
thought. Like we did with the 25; cent Make sure we get our money's worth.Ion't efforts If fundsere. avail (I Dear Editor: cattle are our winter loragts. three inches high! and allow ing : Kinetoscope tree tonight
able. ,i lair and equitablesalary fully realize you are not Cattlemen that don't have intervals .of three to. lour
soft drink and the 15 cent pack of gum. buy on'rpril'ltitt'ms\ unless obligated to anyone, but could Thursdayi( I and Ll! and
schedule could beworked oats, or clover weeks between grazingIf !
ryegrass
rye 23: cents tomorrow ) at the
These two would please read this nigh
things you entire
necessary. outVe were not ready for grazing should be grazing( ( is continuous
Where do we draw the line? When do probably do as much as the governmentis denied pay .roll deduction privileges letter? I would sincerely giving their cattle some typeof control animal numbers or Armory.

we simply say "No; !" to rising prices and doing to hold down inflation.As tor the dues to our state consideration appreciate any in and behalffor all supplemental feed until daily grazing! period !so thai !NKWGl'AKlKMOKY: :
do without? or national professional your these crops are ready to plant height is maintained
associations I As a matter offal'I a small important favor 1 between live and to inches.
.
long. the public is willing to ask letter graze. Carpenters are busy at work
having
pay my printed.
"I'l're strongly/ urged Looks like most cattlemendo Surplus forage may be cut forhay'
Candy is certainly not an essential. the ever higher prices asked, there will to take adv antage of using the have some good prospectsfor next spring when the lirstsecdhcads 1 repairing the second story ofthe .
I from
:Must of us would be better off if we be no incentive for lower price tags.Mayor's payroll deduction procedure, Originally. am your but grazing this winter. Even appear and other" building in which 5liddleton's -
community myself, Livery Stables are located
as it was unthinkable for us presently, am confined on though it is a little dry in all spring grasses( are available for the of an
not to \the local and state purpose
join areas of the county, good
I death here in
Southern
row Armory for the Guards who
associations, and1' "ere"t'nl'ourJted" stands of winter forages are Your lawn has probably-
I: Comments "On Target"Mayor Ohio. will commence drilling in a
/ to join our national evident.. The crops have a turned brown Irom the cold dew days.NKW! .
h orgumation.We I became involved in a good color and will provide a temperatures just 1 like our
: Charles Schaefer: was right on time and energy needed to make officials shooting while drinking too lot of feed if water and ferti pastures. II you want a green : n\I Llto.\I)
cannot afford to let the lill'I', it is not
lawn this too
\\
lizer is available to the plants.In .
target- at :Monday's school board aware of their needs and wishes. morale of our teachers be much one day and though it late to establish
most cases, we can't do ryegrass
when he said citizens have was self defense, I still Work 1 is progressing
meeting no ('rodl'llo the point where the much about the water, but we Establishment is a fairly rapidly
one to blame but themselves if they One needs only to have been presentat children of our county will received the death penalty. can supply needed fertilizer. simple procedureFirst on the new extension of the
It's hard to truly say how G i &G which is
don't have the kind of programs! they the school, board meeting Monday to suffer for it much very longer I have to live, forit Feed money spent for ferti- \, rake I the lawn to from Sampson being constructed to

desire at the old KJE: high school. realize that there are citizens with many Let's show the teachers that may only be a year.I lizer if you have a crop esta- remove all debris Then Gainesville. The road is at

useful and innovative ideas for thebuilding's we support them by uniting blished is a good investment.Most broadcast 1 5: to in pounds ol present working) men and

He was referring to the fact that use. Rut discussing these with them in their efforts to do not write for any pity, grains for plantings forage should of small have ryegrass seed per I I.15t( )square will have the line in operation
receive an equitable and fairsaldry' but for your help. To possess a feet of lawn. Broadcast I the in three or four months. The
them into workable
ideas and
citizens having! a specific use for the organizing !schedule maintenanceof few corresponding friends had a basic application of at seed new line connects: with the

building! in mind need only make alternatives are two different things.The their hospitalization insurance while I'm able to do so. could least 500 pounds of 5-10-13 or Hake as lightly uniformly to make as possible!sure the i.S. & .F. and the A S K. & Gal

themselves heard for work to begin! programs, reinstatement surely bring a little sunshine similar before analysis of fertilizer at seed gets through!< the grass Sampson, and is being built

with city and school board officials to citizens' advisory committee now of payroll deduction for into my gloomy situation. or mental nitrogen planting.is needed Supple for and is in contact w ith the !soil with a view of securing I the

make: the idea :a I reality. being formed is a good l first step, but association\ dues and make it Since I have no relatives to good growth and forage yield. Then water lightly once or vegetable !shipments. A handsome
retroactive\ to the beginning/ of | ill be built, at
they cannot function alone. It is up to this chool year! Our children write for comfort, possibly Apply 35-50 pounds of nitrogen twice per day until the seeds new < CHIi| |
somebody out there will care loo) to 150 pounds of am- have germinated and are u ell Sampson.
:Many different kinds of grants are citizens to make themselves heard deserve good education and

available for almost any useful program/ emphatic community input is the next certainly they will get\ a letter enough loneliness to write helping my stand monium is nitrate established) just after and the an established as this will Do wash not overwater seed and ST.\IUU: SNOW! () SCF.NK:! :

conceivable, hut it takes interested step in making the building the fine one if our teachers are adequately additional 30 to 50 pounds of cause disease.
concerned citizens who will expend 1 the community center it can become. paid and have letter I could never thank you nitrogen in late January or Once the ryegrass is established Hoover Bros have on exhibition
working/ conditionsIf enough. Editor, and I'd be early February it will require the in thru'liny,' a line
you would like to help the eternally grateful for your Splitting the nitrogen appli- same maintenance as your picture of the late snow You
Il'm'hl'rs. contact your School kindness. permanent lawn grass. This should go around and look at it
sty m&5-H* xf" rp-c* c< Board member and let him- Forever Sincerely cation of gives forage better growth distribution and- includes proper watering these warm days.ADVKRSK .
know how
her you feel I Let'shave
Mark Lucas 144-896 fertilization
and
can be better utilized in a mowing pest
some "grass roots"reaction P.O. Box 787 control. I'll talk about these : : M KATIIKK: :
rotational
\ to the goings on" in grazing program.
Lucasville, Ohio43648
Grazing management is practices in later articles
Some people believe that they can ensure clear weather on a particular day by eating .. The weather of the past
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everything on the table the evening winter has somewhat puzzledthe
by Richard Schroeder farmer of this section, and
tFORESTRYIN{ Phone 964-6334 out of the reach of children swallowed or gels in the eyes. I I I has left him in doubt as towhat
and animals and away from follow the first aid treatment I crop he must plant in
A.QPID.4 role in protecting beautifuland food and feed. Do not apply given on the label and !get< order to reach the market
b..roreQiiliiji CQ BRADFORD COUNTY often costly lawn trees pesticides when there is prompt medical attention. If a early, and at the same time
4 from the ravages of wood- danger of drift when pesticide is spilled on your escape the severe cold which
pq ISKCARrMIII : : eating insects. However. they honeybees of other pollinating skin or clothing, remove generally makes its appear
it M6 :t. J \ I PKSTICIDKS: also can be injurious to man insects are visiting plants, or clothing Immediately and ance just as the farmer least
Trees like humans need animals and plants if label in ways that may contaminatewater wash skin thoroughly expects it.Strawberries.
medication to grow strong directions are not heeded. or leave residues. Do not clean
.c> //978 and remain ht'althbut the Residents can check with Avoid prolonged inhalationof spray
BOB G. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER equipment or dump excess
TlOI' Publishers Duisioa 1 of Forestry.Department their nearest Division of pesticide sprays or dusts; spray material near ponds! have been the
of Agngulture Forestry office before wear protective clothing and main paying crop for the last
Published each Thursday and entered as second Oas Matter at the Post Office at !Stark, Ra under and Consumer Services pesticide application if they equipment if specified on the difficult streams or to wells. Because all it is ten years, but unless the
remove traces
Actof March 3, 1879
reminds homeowners to have questions about tree container If your hands of herbicides from farmer finds a way to protect
Subscription' rate in trade area $7 per year: $4 six.. months. exercise caution in I the use of insects in their area.. become contaminated do do not use the equipment,-... his, berries from Ihe cold
Outside trade area $a per year: $4 50 sin months. pesticides Hemember- to store- not eat or drink until you have for insecticides same equipment -' '.snap during the.'months of
Phone 964 6305 Starke Fla Administered properly pesticides In original washed.In that or fungicides January and February, he
use for
pesticides fan play a major containers under lock and key case a pesticide Is herbicides. you will have to try somethingelse.

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21 Exceptional Children CompeteIn Fuqua To Meet BHS Cafeteria Use IncreasingWith '

I Public Here I

Special Olympics Here TuesdayTwentyone Next Wednesday Variety, Size Of Portions

children all special projects for the
students in exceptional child Bradford County School U).S, Congressman Don Bradford County's school Lunches cost 50 cents in the "We're always open to
education classes from three Board which sponsors the Fuqua has announced he will lunch program, $8,000 in the elementary schools and 60 suggestions from students on
local public schools meet for local Special Olympics be in Starke to talk with red at this time last year, cents at BUS same price as foods they'd like to see served.
the county basketball competition, says the annual anyone having problems with appears now to be on much last year. Reduced lunchesare We're introducing Mexican
competition Tuesday event, like the track and field the federal government, or to more solid ground due to In- 20 cents at all schools. tacos at the high school, and
morning at the Bradford competition slated for the discuss federal legislation creasing student participation The federal government reImburses we'll consider other requests,
Middle School gym spring, is "a jumping off "I sometimes fear that say school officials. the school system 13 within reason, of course."
The program was the point" for the exceptionalchild. government has gotten away Lunch program director cents on all lunches and 49
county level competition in from the people it is supposedto Delores Morgan believes cents on reduced lunches, and Mrs. Morgan says students
the annual state-wide Special "These students learn they serve, Fuqua said "To larger portions being servedto the state kicks in an additional have told her food in the cafe
Olympics programs. can compete and may truly represent the people, a older students and the in- 5 cents for reduced lunches. terias is improving, and said
Participants. competing in advance, just as in other Congressman must talk creasing variety of foods Current per-plate cost to the she believes they're basically
the four different. age group student activities." directly to them and listen to served are responsible for the school board is unknown, as satisfied with the program.
division! were shooting for a Clark also notes the them first hand to hear their improved participation.Her these figures aren't computeduntil
berth in the district level program is of benefit in that concerns." figures show that last three months into the In to
competition of the basketball students develop a e + Vv Congressman Fuqua will be year, county school cafeterias school year. Mrs. Morgan response said a plans question being
portion of the Special sportsmanship attitude, and at the Bradford County served an average of 2,086 "I think the fact that we floated two to
Olympics as they arched free that several special education Courthouse, County meals a day compared to didn't raise our prices this convert the BUS years and Vo-Tech ago
throws and field goals.The top students have gone on to Commission Room on 2,264 in September of this year, that we've increased the cafeterias into a fast-food
three finishers in each age participate In varsity athleticson Wednesday, November 17, year. Bradford High School, portion size and that we're operation, have
division will advance to the the high school level. from 9:30a.m. until 11:30: a.m. long a financial trouble spot, offering a more varied menu died. The$53,268 apparently designed )>
district meet to be held Dec. 4 Several persons donated No appointment is reports 277 meals served per accounts for more parti to entice more program studentsto
in Lake City. their time in conducting the necessary. day, compared to 213 last cipation this year" says Mrs. eat in the cafeteria, was
Top shooters in the district local competition here Rep. Fuqua will then be year.Until. Morgan. abandoned for lack of funds
will further advance to the Tuesday, including George guest speaker at the Rotary the lunch program got
area. and state meets Results Loper, a middle school Club. out of financial trouble earlier Extra T
Clean Cap
of the local competition will be instructor, who served as this year,the school board had -K I
.released by the district official scorekeeper. been forced for several yearsto
:Special Olympics committeein In addition, the Junior Elks Exalted Ruler subsidize it out of regular : aJ0aJD J0 AUTO
about two weeks. Women's Club of Starke operating funds. Ideally a a *
Carl. I (Clark director of provided refreshments for the t To Visit Here school lunch program is a non-
profit one, neither making or
SALES
contestants.ParmenterTo Exalted Ruler George losing money. In Bradford 'IS' (!CJ (5 (EE(!) *
the situation has
Begin Dommianni has announcedthat been that the Vo-Tech traditionally school, :
I o;
I the Starke Elks Lodge Starke and Southside cafeterias 1976 CORDOBA
Board Duties Tues. 1802 will be honored by a visit make a little money U. Loaded, Elect. Windows, Locks, Tilt Wheel 8 na
from tflr Joe Ponzio who is Cruise Control
while outlying schools and : 4,000 Miles AIM F/M II
l''lIImission'rIaxie: Carter the District Deputy of the BUS operate in the red said
Vernon l'iII m'nl'r. electedIn
the !school board. Sept: 7.will will be sworn, in at the next Northeast, Novemeber District on 15.Monday Mrs. Morgan. Overall SAVE $1300 ;;;
evening however, the school
In1 sworn in duungi regular( commission meeting will be served systemhas r
fogani2ation.il i ceremonies I December) t 6.Courthouse, :_- Dinner and been managing to break .
officials elected followed by the meeting even, due in large part to the *
liifsdaNovcinbci: : HiI.a..llil..llh. 1975 SUPER DATSUN
CAB PICK.UPS
Norman Dague one of 21 special Olympics competitors aims initiation of new members.The federal
the traditionally government's reimbursement -
:
who replacesi. III county ,2:
for Coach ladies of the visiting Elks
held a goal as George Loper keeps score for reduced AIM F/M 6 Cyl. 19727374.75 WIth
have not swearing-in
| ; \l'iII'l'.all i \ xilmol !boardmember will be entertained by the
: and loimerih.nrmanKiKlnev CWl'lllI II1ICSAccoidmg. Elkettes. All lodge membersare lunches. II Automatic PIS AIC Some Automatic "'III. )
Hall will be -clionl,, hoard to members state law are Musical Stew Set Nov. 20 urged to attend. :;.
-w nrn in tit noon inc
i-icniomi's at i| the school swiu'n in two weeks after theueneial Sgt.Leslie MossIs M $3695 1495Upa
In Lake ButlerBlend
I IH',\\ul n lifting i ( loom : (election and the SAC GraduateSHREVEPORT From
M.uuiilfi nl a Inca I office supei'mlemlent is sworn in the La -
Mipi'lstin' ..L> line' and a !senior lust! t 'I'uesday following the a pinch of gospel and Nov. 20 at 7:30: p.m. Technical Sergeant Leslie U 1974 CHEV. VAN 1976 CUTLASSan':;
oil the I'niM-isit. ) nl :?\orth (hrst :Monday of the year folk, add a heap of country Featured groups include Moss son of Mr and Mrs.
I tin.rid.i. I'.M"mould"says Ill' is hollowing( !the election spice with some talented Skip Johns and the Travelers W.F. Moss of Rt. 3, Starke, C20 SUPREME.a
:'..king loi'\Lard. t III an active ............................ singer-guitarists and top it all Graham Richards The has graduated from the = Two Tone Blue '
lei''ill on lilt board I He heal out off with the best in bluegrass Gospel Echoes and Allen Noncommissioned Officer I: Automatic 8 Air Vinyl Top Stereo, *' 1
B,,,n' .JII nner" lor the post' The major problem with and what do you have Shadd and his band. Academy at Barksdale AFB Ask F Elect. Windows
Ni'ul.v elected! school teenagers is that most of The recipe for "Musical Drawings for door prizes La. *'
Mipri"inteiidenl 'l'I om' Casey!> them are like their parentsat Stew," the third annual will be held and refreshments The sergeant, who received :: $3695 $4995 1.1'I 1iC
IKUUIIns: duties January 4. the same age. musical variety show available. Donations are $1.50 advanced military leadershipand Charley r, *'
I I' in suit U siipi't 1 inteiidcntHuni 1 sponsored by the Union for adults and $1 for children training, is a missile ,I
I'll.4 7J, I fast} won !the The chief objection to County Association For Gifted 12 and under. technician at Ellsworth. S.D. E. 1973 OLDS VISTA 1973 FORD *' ,
,IMIS! this M'.II MM i |Ill'\\l'Y) gardening is that by the time Education.The ............................. CRUISER WG. !
Mi Km,ieNi '\ your back gets used to it, show will be presentedat Old salesmen never die, Leo A. Brinkley, Jr., Johns iC* Elect. Windows. PICK-UP *'
.wIx I <'!lei'ted! <'mintv your enthusiasm is gone. the Union County High they just get out of com Kingsley Lake. Locks t, +
mission. iC v-a Straight Stick *' t
School Auditorium Saturday Stereo 3 Seater
About This Question: (

Tenant"A Homeowner Policy now or : $2480 $2250 : 'II.

covers only to $500on
theft of furs and f 1972 FORD
1975 FURYSPORT
jewelry. If a $100 fur q PICK-UP "., t

coat and $1200 in Silver Bucket Seats "J 3 ,
,- eew tC 6 Cyl. Straight Stick
stolen a
jewelry are Stereo

'n' .mr only$500 total will be

paid. Does the .; $1795 $3795
Why Charley E. Johns U
Agency recommend a V. :
Fur-Jewelry Floater I.. IMPALA 1969 fORD nX

policy to provide full FALCON U '
DoorA/CAutomalic
y'1
theft coverage for !

jewelry expensive? furs and : $59 $595 Ill



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LEGRLS Col. Johns Retires Hampton Hilites w-


Lt. Col. Claude J. Johns, son !X- by DeloreR Meng SCHOOL NEWS:

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF of Mr and Mrs. Claude Johnsof Phone 46H-1913 and Mrs. Robert Livingston, doing well although they still success!

FLORIDA IN AND FOR THE Keystone Heights and Jr. in Orange, Mass. miss Hampton and do keep in Duck Pond and Hay Ride Mrs. Jean Clark led the
COUNTY OF BRADFORD director libraries at the Air The rummage sale held Before coming home they touch via the Bradford Telegraph were very popular and enJoyed marchers in the costume
CIVIL ACTION NO.:76-353 Force: Academy, retired from Nov. 6 by the ladies of the visited with Arthur Brono's Their many friends by children and adults. parade. Those judged winnersin
braries director's post Hampton Christian Churchwas parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur will be interested to hear that The 5th and 6th graders who Preschool class were:
DIVISION OF Johns served seven of his :'M i. 4r reported very successfulwith Costanzo in Sunny side, L..I Wendy lives in Miami and worked especially hard on the Dewey McClellan (clown-)
ADMINISTRATION, STATE OF years in the Air Force as a profit of $117.41. and Mr. and Mrs. Nino Debbie teaches in St. Haunted House project will be most original, Andria Fenton
FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF director of Academy LI- \ The ladies wish to thank all Marotha in Rosedale. Petersburg. given separate parties as a (hobocutest) Glenn Friese
TRANSPORTATION, and braries, only the second 4 who contributed by donationsof Enroute' home they spent Mr and Mrs. Francis Meng reward for making raffle (devil)) ugliest. Kindergartenand
BRADFORD COUNTY, person to hold that position.He sale articles, those who some time in Washington, attended the wedding of Bill sales so successful 1st grade: Mindy Mersey
Plaintiffs, has accepted a position as helped sell merchandise and D.C., seeing the White House, Wiggins and Barbara (Kool Aid Pitchermost
vs- dean of libraries at the Uni- customers who patronized Executive Buildings and Alderman at the St Augustine Approximately $1,000) was original ; Donny Roberts

JAMES D. DIGGS, et al., versity of Northern Colorado them. Some of the funds collected Washington Monument, and Catholic Church on Nov. 6. cleared as profit for this (scarecrowalso) most original
Defendants. will be used for fur- enjoyed the lovely scenery all carnival. A panel of three Denise Curtis-
LEGRLS nishing food baskets for along the way. I II 1.\\1: PTO\l: teachers and three parents prettiest
NOTICE OF HEARINGTO needy Christmas projectsand will make recommendations
SHOW CAUSE gifts for convalescents Arthur Bruno celebrated !Mrs Ruth Matchett who recently at the next PTA meeting about Hank Lott and his Country
NOTICE OF SUIT NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO another 38th Birthday on Nov. moved to Orlando en- spending this money In the Western band entertained
THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: REGISTER The Hampton Senior I 1'! joyed a 10 day visit in the best interest of the schoolchildren throughout the evening.The .
George Thomas FICTITIOUS NAME in Greeley. Citizens Club welcomed a new Hampton area and made her .
Residence Unknown Pursuant to Section 865.09 Johns had been at the member, Mrs Addie Lynn Waters is making good headquarters with Mrs. lucky winner of the C.B.

PARCEL 103 Florida Statutes, notice is Academy since 1961, servingas McConaghy, at their Nov. 5 progress at home followingone Frances Wadsworth Mr. and radio was Eondear of
hereby given that the chairman of instruction in meeting. Among the 18 attending week's hospitalization at Mrs. George Williams took CIIURCII SCIIEUlUS1III : Daytona Beach Other prizes

If said defendants are living, undersigned James F. Cowart, the political science department this meeting, prizes Jacksonville's Baptist her back to Orlando and spent donated by merchants from.
and if any or all of said Rt 2, Box 93-B5, Starke, before taking the libraries were won by Florence and Bill Memorial Hospital. the weekend theie : >TO\l: \PTIST Staike, Hampton and Keystonollcighlsueicwon
defendant or defendants are Florida 32091 and George W. director's post in 1969. Schaub, Virginia and Law- Mrs Lonnie Melton and (CHURCH: Melvin Hamel I Many
deceased, the unknown spouse, Lewis, At. 2, Box 93.A-2, He earned a bachelors and rence Cosgrove, Ruth Den- IIMI>TO\: LAKE NEWS; daughter. Mrs Joyce Mills pastor: William Carnes donations were auctioned, l with
of
heirs, devisees, grantees, Starke, Florida 32091, doing masters degree from Florida raison, Rudy DeWaters. Buck and family have returned assoc pastor: Richard Mash- Tom 'asey, Superintendent
of
creditors, lienors, or other business under the firm name State University and a Ph.D. Dennison and Evelyn Mr and Mrs. Henry Spell home after a 10 day trip to burn, Asst. Pastor. Monday Schools acting us :Master
parties claiming by, through "BRADFORD HEATING B AIR from the University of North Vaughan.Mrs. and Mrs. Viola Lefebvre had a Cincinnati, Ohio, where the Youth Visitation 7pm.; C'eiemonies and Hampton
under, or against any such CONDITIONING, SALES & Carolina successful fishing trip to temperature ranged between Tuesday. Choir Practice, 7:30: Principal, Connie Clark,
deceased defendant or SERVICE," 105 East Madison Diane Bruno and Cedar Kay on Nov. 5 and returned 19 and 32 degrees, They p.m, : Wednesday. Prayer assisting. Other events

defendants, if alive, and, if dead, Street, Starke, Florida 32091, daughter Jennie Hhea, returned home with a few nice brought along back for an extended Meeting, 7:30p.m.: Thursd..y.Churchwide Booths.included Fish I Palm I fond Header Food
intends said fictitious BrookerNeivsby home after a three. strings of fish
to
their unknown spouse, heirs, register I visit Mrs Melton's visitation, 7:15:
name under the of week motor trip to the New Mrs Garnet Studer enjoyedher Dunking Both Spook House:: ,
devisees, legatees, grantees, provisions mother Mrs. Hose Parsons p.m., Saturday Bus Visitation 'ake Walk and
creditors, lienors, or other aforesaid statute. England states They spent birthday guests on Oct. 28, who is a spry B'J! years of age !9 I a.m. Sunday Sunday Bottle Country Store
parties claiming by, through, James F. Cowart and GeorgeF Jeanette Prescott two weeks of lovely autumn her grandchildren Cheryl and has been a frequent School 10 a.m ; Morning Tip
under, or against any such Lewis, joint owners. Phone 4H31715Halloween weather\\ friends, Mr. and Ann, Greg, and Van who came visitor to the Hampton area worship, 11 a.m.; Training
deceased defendant or Dated this 21st day of Mrs. Richard LeBlanc and with their mother Mrs Mr and !Mrs Irvin Union, 6:30: p.m., Evening LUNCH MENU
defendants, and all parties October, A.D.. 1976 at Starke, family in Springfield Mass, Marion Page, from Jacksonville McConaghy and family enjoyed worship 7:30 p.m Ketival: NOV.'S"
having or claiming to have any Florida Costume Judging when they found attending an to spend the day a weekend trip to Nov. 15-21 conducted by ,
MONDAY Boofaron' ,
totted
right, title, or interest in and to 1021 4tpd 1111INVITATION ice hockey game very fascinating Mr. and Mrs Paul Meng Disney) World Brother John (Hull, with Music beans. cinnamon crop cook taladarven I.,
the property described In the Winners of the Costume celebrated their Nov 9 30th by Dave !Murdock from Jacksonvllle's roll, milk
Complaint, to-wit: TO BID Contest of the Brooker Diane and Jennie then wedding anniversary with a Trinity Baptist TUESDAY Hoi dog on bun, coletlaw
Halloween Carnival were: visited their grandparents, weekend trip to St. Augustine. (',\ :\ \'.M.KKI'OHTThe Church milk' baked beant. applesauce cable

SECTION 28506-2601 STATE THE BOARD OF COUNTYCOMMISSIONERS Little Billy Barns, Mr and Mrs Jack Brodsky in Before returning home they WEDNESDAY Puia. totted clad, .
ROAD (Pleasant Grove Road) OF preschooler, won the scariest: Foxboro Mass and their spent some time in Palatka Halloween Carnival II.\:\">TU'Ii:' CHRISTIAN.IHIUM :'. corn, muffin. pear halt, milk
BRADFORD COUNTY BRADFORD COUNTY, Joshua Crawford. uncle, Martin Brodsky in and saw a former long-time sponsored by the ITA underthechairmaushipofMrs. (, + Rev James THURSDAY Saulage.nc.A tomato
PARCEL NUMBER 103 RIGHTOF FLORIDA WILL RECEIVE BIDS kindergarten student, as a Bellingham, Mass Then they Hampton resident !Mrs Paul Shaw pastor Sunday School. qravy, .tweet mIlk.FRIDAY peat Sweet potato ponebitcuit ,

WAY TO BE OPENED AT 10:00: A.M., pumpkin, won most original: were guests of Diane's sister Barbara Hill It is good to hear Friese and held Saturday 10 a.m. Ladies Council Hamburoorgravy, mdthedpofAtoot.
ON THE MORNING OF MONDAY Denise Tetstone, first grade and new brother-in-law. Mr that Barbara and Don are (evening kt 30. was a great meeting Dec 1. 7 p.m. rain. milk, mustard ",..n., fruit cut, hot

That part of: DECEMBER 6, 1976, IN student dressed as an Angel
Begin 992' West of the THE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS won prettiest Judges for the
Northeast corner of Northeast contest were : Mr. and Mrs
ROOM IN THE Ia
1/4/ of Southwest 1 1/4 thence COURTHOUSE FOR THE Joe Tolleson and Mr and .11"0) ... E LE ..... ....,J
South 100'; thence West 100', FOLLOWING: Mrs. Clinton Sellers We thank 1 tt Q y/ MMCKWntS JI-IIa-=- I_ xrllt'_'' I
North 100', East 100' to point of them very much as it was a wtsojumatIHMMTHHH ; ';

beginning, Section 18, ONE NEW % TON PICK UP difficult decision.. w 0 6.
.
IOTS j utwu S .
( RIIIIJA
Township 6 South, Range 22 Money taken in at the
TRUCK -
Halloween Carnival will be Al ab< ,.." pike'
East, Bradford County, Florida, SIX CYLINDER
Lying Southerly of and within 117 INCH WHEEL BASE announced at the next P.T.A.
40 feet of a survey line describedas THREE SPEED Meeting to be held Thursday
follows: TRANSMISSION November 18, at 7:30: pm. to PLpSSWO REr
Begin on the East line of HEATER All parents are asked to I I r

Section 18, Township 6 South, STEP BUMPER attend and take an active part .kA NYaMosaMOs. + '"
Range 22 East, at a point ENGINE SHOULD USE in your child education.

2.601.40 feet Northerly from the REGULAR GASOLINE ONLY
SC' Ll'111EU: : :: )
Southeast Corner thereof; run TERMS: CASH ON
thence South 89 degrees 34'32" DELIVERY November,; 15-19

West, 653.57 feet to the
beginning of a curve concave GILBERT S BROWN, CLERK :\1 0\: IJ,\Y: Dried beans,

Northerly having a radius of TO THE BOARD rice, strawberry jello, I r
J i
17,190.45 feet, run thence buttered carrots, tomato 1"

Southwesterly, West, and 11/11 2tchg 1118IN wedge, cornbread milk. \ -
Northwesterly along said curve TlJoSD.Pizza.: tossed / eri

through a total central angle of THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR salad green beans, plums,
04 degrees 03' 00", a distance of BRADFORD COUNTY bread mIlk.
1,215.29 feet to the Centerline of \\ EUJoSIJFish.: ; : J

State Road No 229 and end of FLORIDACIVIL ACTION tomatosauce, fruit cup, green i R1, l lice -
!
said survey line.Containing CASE NO.76.348 peas, biscuit milk. ; i t .
700 square feet or IN RE: The Marriage of THIKS! .\\':

0.02 Acre, more or less, STEPHEN LANE RALLIS Cheeseburger, buttered corn
aoloan, O9a SAYE 1.00 I
exclusive of frozen juice,
maintained road Husband, and CHARLA ELAINE orange peanut
right of way.OWNED RALLIS, Wife. butter cookie bun, milk.
NOTICE OF SUIT FKIDA1 : Bar-b-que
BY: George Thomasand To: CHARLA ELAINE RALLISco chicken, tossed salad, orangeor { r .iw DISCOUNT PRICE WAS M-OC j1.1 1 ( s,
Florence Thomas his wife. CHARLES LEDEN grapefruit french fries r I. GENUINE LUTHER WORK IflOTS VALUE tlU3! w I / 1 AY ,Z.00
BOX 389GREENPORT roll, milk. saYE 2,00 saVE 1000 + SavE ".00 WITH $" NIEN MILE SUPPORT "
You and each of you are NEW YORK Toots EoodreK soN.sat oil retntmtNtoprent 1 Q Q 17.88
hereby severally notified that the 11944 DKYTII 10.87 49.88 9.88 crepi I 12UIUISEIIIIH V V
plaintiffs filed its sworn SUPER IOW DISCOUNT PRICEMEN'S DISCOUNT PRICE WASjt-nT
DISCOUNT PRICE WA!J2t'f; DISCOUNT PRICE W4S..... DISCOUNT PRICE WAS u.tf
Complaint, together with its YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat The community extends PVG SHIRT JICKET HEN'S CORPOROYIISI JACRETUNER
Declaration of Taking in the an action for Dissolution of heir heartfelt sypmathy to M (-FT. SCOTCH PIlE TREtIS M" USRTWEItRT COASTER CROCKERY CHEF SLOW COOKER LOOKS RICH IS REAL LUTHER Will WARN tllLTlNR
above styled Court against you has been he family of :Mr Lee !toy EXTU FILL MR LIFELIKE TINES IRE REFLECTOHIZED' COOKS WHILE YOU'RE AWE Siaiptiwiisl soil p 101)91)1) cMoridt Wale tiht ulirl I cut clutn ill
and each of you as defendants Marriage and filed againstyou Green in the loss of their loved WITH STOUCE CHEST CMTOH MEET SAF ETT SPECIFICATIONS s IAn flip pockets.irlN Mud S IL. chil mtlm 4 petit Mt t IL
you are required to s'
seeking to condemn the above one. r ?
of
serve a copy your written
described property located in defenses, if any to it on Sin 13'\ sm 2.00 d '
Bradford County, Florida by RICHARD E. WELTY. Attorney PERSON! :' ti S-ROU PACK RAF 100XF r f "'
Eminent, Domain proceedings. for Petitioner, whose address is 30 St. FT. P '/ ,w 'INSTANT-LEAD. VALUE PLUS!
You are further notified that 114 N. Walnut Street, P.O. Box Mrs. Ola Prescott and her ? RIFT WRAP 1) 0 "MEUln MINE
the Plaintiffs will call up for 995 grandsons, John and Hen of SAYE 1.03 f REVERIROHEPAILET
Starke
Florida 32091, and
hearing before the Honorable file Tampa, visited Mr and Mrs. 67- 9.88 I I
the
original with the Clerk of
Benjamin M. Tench, one of the t the above.styled Court Orea Prescott and family on WAS Q 94 F' e SHIRTS
judges of the above Styled Courton before on or Sunday November 7 WAS 41 i j 5.94
November 29, 1976 J47' I
29 DISCOUNT PRICE WAS ]
the of
day November
k
SA/
otherwise a Judgment may be SavE 1.011 MEN'S AND ROTS'WALKAIOOTS DISCOUNT PRICE
A D., 1976 at 1'15 o'clock BIRTIID.IYSNovember lox aIN
entered against you for the relief SUPPLE SOME LUTHER
P.M., in The Courthouse
Starke Florida its applicationfor in demanded in the Petition :' 6.: Karen Sue IITNI1U A FOLAROIRPOUCOLRR I O 21 8 V f tt)mllm crepe flitter soles we a
WITNESS I *
.
my hand and the ilipretntMt In 24L 712sm
an Order of Taking in seal of said Court on the 25 day Hodge ((4)). November: H: UtHT SET / FILM TTPE 101 DISCOUNT PRICE WASi4"ttOTN 1

accordance with its Declarationof of October, 1976. Louie Prescott. :November 9: 3.97 4.47 AM-FM RI8ITAL CLOCK- YALYE IIUSI sm 13%
Taking heretofore filed in this Sporty Tucker :November 12: RATIO, INSTANT-ON SOUND,
cause. All parties to this suit and GILBERT BROWNAS :Nellie' :McCarthy November:' wwIIT wASAM WITH SLEEP-SET DIAL 5 74. LINT SLEET
POLYCOTTONORESSSPORT
all other interested parties may 13: Nellie Pringle (8J.' :! i
CLERK OF SAID COURTBy sm_ 4.00 SUPER IOW DISCOUNT PRICE /
appear at the time and place :November 17: Russell unrlt VALUE PLUS!
SHIRTS
designated and be heard. Thornton. :November 20: FA/OTIA-SIEEE .D d x NCR'S PREWASREO OR RESVLAR
: Beulah M. Moody Alicia Prescott i November: t-SPf ER SOUR JEANS HILT FOR UTU WEAN 3 43
Deputy Clerk ticket It pails ll StTM 1001
AND JB: Paul ( Prescott Jr WMEJH
STATEolt dim* 4 pKketi. 21DOORSUE -M
10. 28 4tchg 11/18 November: : : Orea Prescott
Each 1.47 r s
defendant is hereby VALUE PLU /
required to serve written DISCOUNT PAICE
defenses, if any to said VALUE PLUS! 3 8 8 T eAl ,$ mm PLUS!

Complaint onDUDLEY: LEGAL NOTICE VALUE PLUS! y SOTS'
sm 2.08no SUPER IOW DISCOUNT PRICE RLIIIENIMWESTIRR

HARDY, County mo WATT 9 8 VELVETY 10" HEN'S RASIETRAU. SHOES RT
Attorney ORTER-STTLER, WALL OR OOORHANGINGS FAMOUS P.F.MO CONVERSE P JACKETS
Bradford County Notice is hereby given that the 1976 Tax 4 SETT1RSS SUPER tow DISCOUNt PRICE Pestle FoiiixlitHM mili, ted '( 5.44

996 North Temple Avenue I.0. SCALE FWORE 0 TRAIN 77 C cmhiM.Slii&ilj nr |iHjf Sun 712 l
Starke, Florida 32091 Rolls arenow open for collection in the officesof 9.88 SET IS PATIENT OPE RATER, ) ( DISCOUNT PRICE
WASj+Of c WITH 4 CARS, 0 FT. TRACT ixscoular PRICE e. y

-on or before the 29 day of the Tax Collector n v
in the Bradford
November AD 1976 and file County '

the original with the Clerk of the Courthouse VALUE PLUS ,
above styled Court on said date Starke, Florida. All statementshave SAYE 14F alj, N sm 24%
to show cause what right, title
interest or lien you or any of you been mailed and if you did not receive SAFETY TARIET DART SAM! ,1)K ;{ ii- 3 4 4 SCREEH IRIS' FRIHTHVLOH (

have in and to the property ,a
described in said Complaint and yours be sure and contact this office. 9 n DISCOUNT PRICE WASAlf KNEEHICHSSHARPSHOOTER O

1 to show cause, .if any you have, mswwer PAIcE VALUE Ilus: Al1ENAYIT OF THE LOOM p

why said property should not be Telephone 964.6236 / ONIERWUR FOR MEI, 1PACIPtrrnttrcittoi ST
condemned for the uses and VALVE PUS! VAl_ SAY 3.94 Tdwts y*r Wild
( as set forth feM tin Ut sluoi 1 I. II.
purposes in the ..
11WI 2 97 83 SUPER LOW DISCOUNT PRICEHEN'S
Complaint filed herein If you fail .
to do so. a default will be If Taxes Paid In: NA...In / to.t SUPER LOW DISCOUNT PRICE DISCOUNT PRILt WASH if WITH TOOGH TAN VINYL CREPE SLIPPER SOLIWiw SAVE 1.92

entered against you for the relief 4.9 6 o\ 1oI WOO FRAME WALL 'ICTrAEfR.. a W HEAVY DUTY it MdoMS M lit, Inniyl trxul tING OR SHORT
demanded in the Complaint. WITH i RICO OIL LOOK IH RIO VINYL OAROER HOSE ERASE Mj tricot Mid 112 SLEEVE SHIRTS
WITNESS MY HAND AND November 4% Discount DISCOUNT PRICE i 111 10" AHO IRiIO" SUES COOPUHOS, t-YR. OHARAHTEI FOR HISSES
SEAL of said Court on the 1 dayof ..v S. H, I"I-il
November: A.D 1976. .
December 3% Discount VALUE PLOP! Sin 21'I A c 1 .r 2.94

CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT IT. USES ., 'rr o WEREJ4T
COURTBY January 2% Discount I 1IW IR 4 WHOTOR OHRISTRUS CELLO-PACK SAVE 27X ((x? y,

: Beulah M. Moody OIL CARDS, 21411.I..U.. Cllf[-TOOTNPASTI! r ,

DEPUTY CLERK February 1 % Discount 43<= 68 '-" 5Z :#( _. I ,
1 11.00
March No Discount w..sm WASJ4 'I w .. 1

11/4 4tchg 11/25 SAVE 1 x L VA LUE
April Penalty Sin 1I"t.us 3Er! 1.01
VALVE. PUS_! sAVEtfx f
,, r,
Rl Utalndl 1 63 SCREEN PAINT 3 96
yltl1!
0 RRV
IN ViSlll&l COTTON (HIT
Redgrave, explaining STUILUEBrtW A'C' -- HE IMPS, DISCOUNT PRICE WASL V' '
H T-TOPS IHS .
why c. ISOLATE 1iT hp 9UP( (LOW DISCOUNT MICI
V 01.
I SIZIAJUCIH
she and her sister J. R. Kelly CHLORINE. :; RCIYLJO SCOFFS M, I, 4J-4I HISSES MLTiTEIlAAl3
and brother became actors 100fMRO lii y 97' ARI FLOFFT.FIR TO WEAR
16.88 e-1 1 B B C /Wm RUT STTTMEO CREAM
like their father Sir Michael II .
Tax Collector weAPlrfl tarots/ar.r1d1A1 1 It* it' ( lit* ..t.( tuMMif .tJIItI. Gees
Redgrave: "When we were DISCOUNT Hid WIRIJ.H' / ..... HI weae/t l HIReg
I Iftll mi klftti II .
young, we decided to follow
in his footlights." 1T/Chg 11/4 Bradford County EAGLE.THE CONVENIENT 312 Madison St. Pack a Kings Super 100'
Leonard Lyons FAMILY DISCOUNT STORES I CIGARETTES
Open daily S' il9 Sunday ,,16 964-7513 490 5484Carton 54 HCarton ii





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PERSONAL SERVICE FOR RENTFURNISHED FOR SALE FOR SALE Floriland Realty

To Late To Classify E6

SEWING Ol type d TRAILER FREEZER Upright 15J 10
may urea 20 percent
---- BOAT Thunderbird cubic leet. Used little. //art C' eartnn
alteration In my home at 2 bedroom electricity very down; Bal. monthly 1 __
NEW HOME Key.tone 608 N, Mater Mreet. Mary furnished located on privatelot cathedral hull boat with Cox Reasonable for quick ..1.. _
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Area Just completed. 3 JohBir.! !!Lu.If..tU..L! S135/mo. Phone 964- trailer 1973: Evlnrude all la Phone 475.2510. ... Itid. Ilttl REAL.ESTATELike '
3 BR Frame In 1-2 A.
Bedroom 2 City I
.
Bath UE Heat \ excellent condition with TV eruiillrgar
an
8Ei !t'I.i! !! _
Air. Convenient location. : .. __ many extraa. (.,..50. Phone OAK WOOD $25 pickup Lot. .
WILL
BABYSIT In
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Adams 473.2056 my - 21 60 double
or 473 4070. 473.2748 alter 5 Itpd new x
p.m. truck load delivered. Phone
home, hot luncheat MOBILE HOME 2 '
TF/chg any age wide MH-CH&A 3 BR 2 ; CJ REALTY
I.!!!!_ M.L. Lawson 9645209.\ :3 BR, 1 Bath Central
phone anytime 9644056. bedroom 12 x 60, 1 child 1 bathe, patio storage bldg
--- -- 11111. 3tchp! .lln5--- pet. Phone 964.8498. Itpd 1.!!.!! 11/18__- Refrigerator.New H&A with. Stove and on oak shaded lot 122.500. -J
I1/I l--------- CUSTOM MADE BAR 8
MISCELLANEOUS feet formica Io.d.of - - G1-
long top, PECANSzed FOR SALE 60 b .
LADY WANTS day .work 4 SR lOO-S neat 1450 :
atorage apace, 95. Also 4 2 story house, almost "........-
cents pound. U-plck-up
day. per week. Phone 964EWCSU KITCHENETTES: Allutllitiea per ft. 3 BR CB home on 3.2
rattan barstools, (5 each. complete with I acre land.
ALCOHOLICS !N395..: 1.E 2lpd! 11118. \ Included totally 50 cents per pound. V. acres 38 x 30 garage -
ANONYMOUS : furnished weekly. and Phone 475-2748 alter 5 p.m. Reddish phone 9646530. Let ua give you the tact. 36900.

Succeaalul living lor Itpd 1111SINGER I.2F leh..IDUROCK - Cecelia Terwillegar
peoplewho MACHINES repaired, monthly apeclal. Temple - -
want to help all Motel. 880 North Temple 2 BR House croaa tram Neat 2 BR aluminum

themielvea. Meeting adj.wted.make 17.cleaned WON,guaranteed oiled and Avenue, Starke. Phone 964T5L Straight Stitch BULL Pun down Vo-Tech School. Small aiding home separate Real Facts On REAL ESTATE

Thuraday/Sunday .t 8 p.m. Jame Strlddaod, corner Morgan 1.I .! !. 11118. ._ Sewing Machine Good brad one year old. No payment. garage on Morgan
Phone condition 2 -
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964.5709. approximately -
9U.5..3. Phone 468.1919
paper Itpd Road 115.000.
Road .
473-4181:._1114 ..9tpd 12130 & Hwy 16 Ifchg.. .'l'RSISH.:1APARUIENT: ) years old 20. Phone 964- 11/11 W* need Hating on Don't be hesitant about asking to look at any'

-3 room. 5148.:_It. >!_11/11_. ,. acreage and farm land. 2 BR frame 113.000. property we have for sale. Showing these properties

NEW GOBESE MOBILE HOME MOVING: Also and bath central heat no GARAGE SALE - -- 8.7 acne SR 100 Is our business, and we will gladly arrange a

GRAPEFRUIT DIET PILL. mobile home hurricane anchor children or peta. Phone 964- HUNTERS' SPECIAL Saturday November 13 .t 9 Pearl/Andrtwi,Aaron 15500. meeting at the property at a time which Is
Eat aatlalying meal and big and mobile home roof Like new factory 10" split .. - -
low eoatmg. 81121 ....!Itchy! '! .11/ll-! __ ajn. So..I..nk. *, clothe, 9647739VERNIEP.ODOM
weight. Andrewa Pharmacy, (Sins MOBILE: Home Ser- rime, 5.I..gl5" for Chevy or etc. 515 Alton Road. Itpd 10 Acres 613,900LAWTEY convenient for you. .
356 Weat Madlaon St.. vice. 9tJ4- 600. St. Rd. 16W & GM product. (' 0. Phone 11111 BrokerFORMICA - You'll never know whether you like the place or

Starke.10/214tndll/ll_ _ Jet. 233, Stacks, Fla.. tfchgWILL FURNISHEDAPARTMENT:: 4 468-1119 Hampton Itpdiitii 9M.54M Reg. : not until you take a look. And, the only way to reacha
rooms 1 5 Acres SR 225-E decision about whether can afford it or not Iso
you
--- and bath lights and hot __________ PINTO MARE Gentle
GUNS FOR SALE.22'., 25'. 7500. total price
details, including
all the pertinent
A 38' sold water included. Phone 964- hora for child 200.. Phone ... get
at Dahmer' BABY SIT for -
Dlacount. any age AO71 .. !itrI! !!L.L! TWIN BEDS Red velvet 431-1676 or 431.1970.-1. tpd and possible methods of financing.
. tlchg chid. In my home 9M Kil.tfchg. .. ____ 5 Acres 660' on SR 125 assist in selling and
headboard 175. Air 11/11 Terms (9.000. We're in business to people
LARGE APARTMENT Hockey 35. Manual purchasing homes and commercial properties. See
SOFA 4 CHAIR SETS- - -
.. at Dahmer'a Dlicount.tlchg on. Upstairs downtown central typewriter 125. Ralph Bryan .h8 Sheet $686 10 Acres 15000. us first.
heat/air. Phone 9647271. Miscellaneous. item. Phone - -

---------- WANTED 1J/U. JX/chg_____ 792x149..: .: :.....!...tQd...ll/11.. __ Real Estate !SOO Sheet AvallabksOLIN 30 A. 2 MH hook-upr - -
NAME BRAND hog barn with electric Brick in city limits mid 20's with 3 BR I B,

WATCHES. from Ml.95 WANTED Farm A 2 BEDROOM HOUSE RIFLES 30.06 DON'T DELAY TI water and concrete slab lor Central Heat plus AC on a large corner lot. Low
at Dahmer'a Discount up construction mach'equlpvhiclei. *- Furnished no pets, no Remington BUY TOD YO I! MOBILE HOME farrowing pigs (45,000.) down payment.
tlchg Carbine, 1
Let ui sell your year old mint
objection to I or 2 email - -- ---
--------- aurplui for you. Open children spacious grounda. condition (160. 45.70 Marlin Your choice of 5 to 265 acrea 51.8 acreaapproximately Once In while a real fine home comes on the
a
ALL T%'PES KEY made Monday thru Saturday 8:30: level action rifle I year old,
at Phone 782-3279. Itpd 11/4 North of Lawtey Low downpayment 2IMIO' on I'S
!
!. ... with everything you'vealwaYI
beauty
mint market this is a
condition 150. Phone
Horida
Olin Mobile 110m.... 50 to B. Northeast
centaeach Up to 20 to 301 1529 "nq. It. 3 BR 2
years pay B CH& A,
of Brick 3 BR, J'/j ,
dreamed -
Auction. US-17 496-3368 496-3226
daya
Highway KM( ) Starke Equipment on balance. Bath {'II&IBri.k home

984-561)6: ) Tf/chg. North Green Cove" Spring. FURNISHED 12x50: 2 bedrooma.TRAILER Phone- ev. !njnf!!! .!:._!11/4. ..2tpd! .11/11 S e e .e e e e e 5 e with 2 fireplaces large family room LR, DR, kitchen with dining area,

2844977. tlchg 782-3415 alter 6 In 1 to 10 acres Off SR 100 LONGCHAMPHome screened porch barn laundry room, office, double garage fully equipped

CONSTRUCTIONEQUIPMENT: lt p.m. STEEL CATTLE RACK for South High and dry Lowdown ....Building beautiful pawture.ASSOCIATES. kitchen with the finest equipment, swimming pool, ,
L.l f1.--
Truck. WANTED: Used refrigerator pick-up truck. Phone 782- payment Easy monthly MaterialaWEBUILD - paved driveway. "

.od trailera lor this special *,washers,and stoves In 3660._tlD_IrhllALUMINUM_ trma. : : _...: ___
Nov. 20 Auction. good condition Call Dan- KITCHENETTES All
Consign -
ft. all
your equipment early and be mere Discount, 964.7923. tinWANTED utilities furnlabed. Also DOG BOXES CALL "The Land Man" "Yovr Plant Or Ouri Lola Zipperer 464.7151 Best buy in town. The ultimate Bedrooms 2200 sq. two t
included In national sleeping rooms with Anytime Your Lot Or Our" or 7H23397 large rooms LR, DR Kitchen, 4 4 i
--------- 3 alzea to choose from
advertising. Open Mon.-Sat. refrigerators Underwood 259. -FREE ESTTLATESResadA tile baths. Brick, fully carpeted. CH&A. Paved

until 6 p.m :NK: Fla. : 01.1) Motel 4 miles North of Supply Ga.-Fla.225 W. Andrews Poultry RALPH BRYAN ...._ Repalra m LAWT" fit. driveway, 1 acre, only 2 years old = out of city J
PIANOIa: ) Any condition Starke on 301. Itpd 11/4 782 38O6
Equipment Auction Green . Slarke. Phone 964- 819. m Rtoltor ne ; ,. limits PRICE REDUCEDI! ;
Cove Springs Phone 284- Phone !9JMJ2H7! JlpdJJ! l III I.-2leh L unlALUMINUM 964478Bdayrnlght\ IlomesBought- I-.rr awroe w. A was. ----- '

5977 or 2112.43119. ll/42tchg LOEI.YIOBILE! HOME oLIQQ' SoldTradedACREAGE
II/II !Middle couple only.
WINDOWS
age -
AV'ON Aiiifo: buy or eel AUTOMOBILES USED 1110/mo. Inquire at Jo-Lu Single hung and ...ololr.. 36 FOR SALE Large, well constructed block building with one f" .w

A...... Call 755-207/ or write Motel and Trailer Park on x8$8,5030a27$113018a52$15.5046- 954853 Mimosa Manor acre zoned commercial on Rd. 16 W. Perfectly

Loma Hyatt P.Q. Box 2'.51.1 lake 301 South.:...tln/chg_ ; UNITED FARM located for a launderette o:some other business. f

City Florida, tlchg.MOTORCYCLES. 1971 F1/RD PICKUP x 52 (27.00: MANY AGENCY.I"IiC.Registered : Hwy 301 South. ,Start Mobile Home ParkA

r00-\8t' \ I speed PARTIALLY FURNISHED: OTHER: SIZES. BARGAIN If Nice PlaceToUve. '
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transmission; radio; heater; 2 Bedroom house. No CENTER, 301 South tfnchg Are you a "do-it-yourselfer? The Floyd Green ,
Detraction; excellent, children Close to town. Real home at 601 Call & Orange could be restored and be r?

hunting truck in good (125/mo. Phone 964-7521 Estate Broker a show place. '
-------- Large Lota
condition IIHIIO or beat tfnchg___ _______ 10 x 20 PATIO COVER J& R Yard CanGarbage ----- #
1974 HONDA CB 360 Just Fred Sackelt home with :3 BR 2 tile
oiler. Phone 782-31)60. Installed. (190; Uninstalled AUTO -. Wowl I Well built CB large

tuned 2 helmeta. August IIn/chR----I __ ____ 150. Gator Mobile Homo Broker Mea Borne* baths LR, DR Florida room, some paneling
inspection luggage rack 6 FOR SALEICE S.rvle..5oo2 N.W. 13th St.. U.S.301 SALVAGELocated Water Central Heat (ducted for air), 2 car carport, utility.

speed trana., U 75. Phone 11t': TERS': SPECIAL: at Five Star Mobile Homea. Hampton Fla. Central Sewage Plant room, patio with brick Bar-8-Qua grill, paved

96.-5932. Foray Road 1971 Jeep Cherokee Wagon, 372.9767,Gaineevule. tlnchg on Kd. 121 Garbage Pickup driveway on two beautiful lots convenient to

1114. : ..2tpd...11111.. -- PS! AC< .Manual tr..... big CREAM: MACHINE Phon.468.1753.tfnchg between Kalford and Ample Parking everything. The price Is right!

tI..., 10.801) milea Sweet and Soft Serve Lake Butler
FOR SALE Mobile.... Puts Improved Street -----
SUZUKI OF STARKE :
everything work. 4100. ..,2110. See at Lawtey Shell 103IAS1lAACl NOW OPEN Electric Service to
Your authorized Suaukl Phone 96 1-6107 alter 5. ItpdDKLTA Station Phone 7823699. and supplies OWNS MOBILE

dealer. Phone 9644020. 1610 11/11 .____ ._______ I1. !:!..21eh IL 11/11. L___ HOME, 965806.SALES. Hwy.trdJa.WATfOll'S .100 W.Stariu Mechanical FOR BUSINESS work 200 MeteredCae Ampere Cecelia/ T Terwillegar, Realtor
S. Walnut |301 South In '
206 West Madison Avenue Starke Florida
Starke Used auto ,
J| fn/chg_ parts
: !88 1970. good ELECTRIC RANGE $50. Move In Bonua-
Burning & Welding
FOR SALE 1972 Honda condition loaded. Phone FREE
: At Inderwood Motel 4 : HOUSE OF m
78 J.31 10 or S'l.l 2lrti.) ( Itpd Buys junk cars 1 Month Rent
350cc. GOOD SHAPE. 375. Mile North ol Stark on VACUUMS; : Many brands. of OFFICE PHONE 964-7776

Call 9648744. tlchg 11111___ __ HUU ___ 301. __it _1114SNAPPED .. .:__ new vacuum.. Used mad nee' open Electric Hook&up U3 HOME PHONE 964-5145
available. Expert Repaid. .. MondayPriday
-------- 1962 \\I.I\NT with make ParU....aemaoriee ford lam.-)p.m. PHONE 964-7498 ,
CORN 1100 '
1975 MOooiTES.250: \ 75motocrona Sit Bam.-Noon -rA 1-
: never raced, still current Inspection slicker per ton. J R. Wainwright, vacuum. Built-in central sa.a Clotad Sunday
beat offer phone 961.7770.Itpd Phone 964.7835 Stark. 11/4 vacuum cleaning eyaUn. 404 .
on lint act of ringa. Phone 11/11! __ NW lOlh Ave. Caineavile. 3707110. -' .. w... ..mm.'... ......
!) after 5. I Itpd 11/11 2tchg..! !!_____
964:54l)2! : ,_ d..... ...... '.0.0.' n... I

1971 IORI ('il) BIER: FOR SALE Magnifying Before
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MISCELLANEOUSBILL'S WE BUY: PECANS DAILYat BOOTS II \GSBtI.l'S glasses of all sizes with
low mileage, camper t.pp.r.In ,
WAI.LEISINDIAN : !
- - -- : -
good rendition $2.3'il.Phone ( the Starke FarmeraMarket. handle At The Office Shop. A
: You Buy
FOR SALE I JtHT""Io.'tAU.
J.R. Wainwrlght : Magnifyingglaaaea .
SAW SIKH: Completeaharpening 171: 27 IS alter 5pm. Ull1'lt.B.IIN : : .
and Sona. 11/4 2tchg II III of all sizes with
service, circular l Itpd 11/11! fl"l'iOODLEGROOMING
!
_
-----------, ,
.hand, carbide, chain mower d --------- -- ... At The Olllce Shop. to size 56 Mobile
..odtr.iI.r.
blade hollow and 1BOAT motor - -- -- rI
ground OI.IIS KOlAl.t: 1973 4 Phone 782.3415 alter 3BR LR DR Lg. Family I Well Drilling
balanced. Leave at Jackson door sedan, vinyl> I lop two Room Fireplace. on 20 We offer the t.ler.lNt Home

BuUdmg Supply. Stark or Key- tone, all power, air. 400 cu. 6..p_..:....11pd_jj! ___ HELP WANTED acres with barn Grahamarea selection ol boots with the 2" thru 6" ,
.tome> Height, tfchg. ) miles terma.
2SUIHI ,
in. engine. FOR/ SALE: Diamond needles. beat price anywhere. .
- Appointments For See
enccllrnt condition. Phone for stereo,over 247 differentonea t Fast Rotary I
any WAITRESS WANTED -
NEED H O M EIMPROVEMENTS 96t 7.'211.)) ll/ll 2tchg Hampton Lake, beautiful I'
IJ1Nl layaway
hem all. Dan- tie our
OR we have Must be 18. Apply In shaded lot ready lor a I Drilling Equipment Your Convenience

REPAIRS DONE:? For _r'. IMocount.f person at Horn'. ho...*. CARRADINE'SI John
Mlsr\N .HIAf. \
7t -
Restaurant In Lawtey.tfnchf .
fireplacen, remodeledkitchen. .\/{'. PB PS. - I : : !'tlllll' I STATE LICENSED 964.7837

., baths, additions, \'JI""hp.. !Sunroof Saturday _______ SR 100 S. Large mobile l.awtev. Florida' TFN ChC 473 3775
f,\ S1. ': -
garagea, or enclosedcarporta I'hune !OKI- home lot. Well and septic Phone 7NJ,SIS( )
original owner 4
9 to
call Marcus brilfia, November 13 a.m. MOTOR ROUTE CARRIER Unk. I Pumps
6308: ) alter 5 1 Ipd 11/11
pin, Off Orange Street onSpence
pm. lor the Gainesville Sun In
473-ZION.. tlo/chg. Dirt road - FOR SALE: Typewriter and
Street.
the Stark Must be
area nice mobile horn
Very .
1974 BUICK Century 2- School. Adding Machine ribbons at
MOWER REPAIRS: 1'ui.h door IIr.C. before Middle Itpd bondable and have with addition. 1.8 acre BRASINGTONCadOlacOUamobue: I New UsedSalesPartsService .
PB. Office
PS. The Shop.THOMAS
and U/U transportation. Phone 9648170. 301 S. Owner
mowers riding mowers .\M/FM Radio. $2,51(0. shaded lot. \ : ;

.. special this week Phone 961.9'Mt anytime. Itcbg. ...!11/4.-_ IIn.oelnll.[ Sale.A Service
tune- aa low aa S9.95. Dill Bit BEDS: |121 with - FnuSeUcfmOfUMdCanTakmOn .
Free ups piek-ups and CE.I'rew.. :. : .. ..11W!. _!2tPd .1111 maltrenaea/bo upringa. 2 WANT WOMAN to do Connerly Estate SR 16. 2 j. E-Z Terms j REALTY

deliverle Phone 9647841. Table Lamps aUo Phone house cleaning one day per mi. from town beautiful CaMlacTraJei

tln/chg 9H4-8790.( Conley Kiitatea.llchg : week. Own transportation. brick horn. 3BR. 2B. LR :2001 N.W.13 :3784301 .

--- -- HOMES FOR SALE I! _!!/!! __ Phone.!!.! 904.5231.. .:.-.!lied 11111 Lg. family room and ? GAINESVILLE: I Plumbing 621 NortbWabut
kitchen, central air A beat. SUrke Florida 32091

PRIVATE Tl'TUR11. 2 BFDROOM: TK \ILHl1 : SKI B0\r 15' Cobia Paved drive. 9644162
subjects grades I 12. Doesyour Johnson - I New Installation j A.J.Thomas Real Estate]
need individual \ x 60. large living room !Sanlando 70 hp HELPWANTEDIChristmas (Formerly
child

counseling In school habits...orll.hom..orll. ?, combination, carpeted dmlngkitrhenarea partly kicker Phone walkthroughwindxhield 964 5 192 Money? New 3BR blk.2B home LR, In C/H&A Iowa, MOBILE HOME 1 RemodelingI Brick 3 BR 2 b.lh.I.R. DR. Modern kitchen Cll/.-\. 100 .

or study furniihed. selfdefrostingrefrigerator alter *. L'Pd.JLlilLrNGI large garage.. quiet area, 300' lot one mile outside city. Ill.\.
Results guaranteed. leryreasonable Earn S100 to $1000 mo. lot. PARKlaakleCMylJmiU
washer corner Repairs - -
homeor famous I
Mv world
ralea. connections, ch/a. Phone9L5t'.T' ISII SETTER: : PIPS sharing - 1 5 acne high and dry on 100-A near city limit
Forfurther :
will come to yours Rawlcigh products with 3 t frame house 10 .
story - -
information phone JU! lpd 111:4 175 at Klngnley drive number Lake friends and neighbors. town.on of the older once Walk to Bradford Squire IDurranceIpUMPS 20 acres all SR 16 East Financing Available..

964.7035; il no answer phone across from distributor with ol living Downtown
New plenty area. - -
96476J6: .': : .11/11....!.2lchg II/IH!. HOME Large aix room.10 SS. W .R. Starling. I tpd openings) New sales - & SUPPLY Two lots on Crosby Lake 100' lake frontage, -

porch carport treea, 1W11___ _____ ____ Several commercial on 130 Per MnatJaADCltyCO.e Financing available.
years old. Outside city plan! No experience 301. COMPANY
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Portable limits., 12,900. Phone 9648750. : GARAGE SALE necessary. To get
LARGE - Floe Police Protection. I SR-18 2..01121'ro.dlroota....
S
301 -
), }Itchg .!/!L __ Friday Saturday Monday started today write Lake. Butler 3BR brick A City f..,Water aad Sewer I 864 N. Temple Ave. near - -

Utility Sheds l putaira over Larry'aURMslllNGS RAWLEIGHEXECUTIVE a 3BR Block. Motel96488107T & 6 1/2 area on SR 21, 1 1/2 miles north ol Keystone
ll/ll I Jo-Lu
Flower:!. Shop:__Itchg all available.
FOR RENTFOR 3 BR7: F bath block I StarkeL1. Heights or part-linancing
8x16 '7508x16 DISTRIBUTORS - -
construction LR, Family .
: Whit 100 150 close to schools o.q..l.t .
'810 3 Residential, total area *
Finished Inside refrigerator, gas range, 1413 NW 15 Ave. Room.jntow u '-.1 atreet.Me .

10x12) 775" Finished Inside! breakfast ..t. window 1.0. Ft. Lauderdale 31311: 9 ..er"p.r"& land - -

RENT 12 It. wide antique dreaaer cheat ol Mr.Soukupl3057 reasonably priced just off double wide Mobil home on 5 acre ol land 3 BR, 2
8x10) Finished 595OLIN'S mobile home outside city bed with 18 N.W. f town.
double SR *
MOBILE HOMEHwy limit. 9646114 or 4734777. drawer Hpringa/mattreaa, baby crib. 4-50aa - L. K. Edwards III & Assoc. Bathe Air.Builneia approximately. 1600 aq. ft. of living space. Heatand

tfchg Phone 964.8896 or 964-7061 11.11 Very nice large .-J*
- -
100 Start." QH4 sao! ------------ Itpd 11/11 house on corner lot In tow NOW SERVING YOU IN THE Corner building Call \

-- 3BR.3 baths C/HAA large TRI-COUNTY AREA [B Thompson opportunity St. over 2100 aq. It.

FOR SALE Farm A sALes HeLP WANTeD garag Starke Office- - -
AN OHIO OIL co. oiler - 450' road 2
construction machequlpvehlclei. '"' "" South 301 outside city limit frontage
PLeNTY or MONey plus cambonuMt. 15.20 acre tracts high land 964-5065/964-5142"
f RegisterOil Op. Monday thruSaturday 'Irlnge, benelift to o. paved road Graham acres, more or I....
8:30: t* 6. Co.- - -
mature 'Individual
in staraearta
Term.
aignmenta wlcom North- R.,....... al eMptrience. re* Melrose Office 475.1269 Mobile horn Iota on SR 16 Eat-Financing available.
ant Florid EqulpmeatAuction. arrrn.C.C., Mead. Pre., - Keystone Office 473-2669 -
Company CJS.17, North American. Lubricant Cc, Boa Large tram house 3BR on
Green Cove Spring. 284- .... Dayton Ono 45401). earner lot In city very 2 Bedroom. I Bath Mobil Ham with deck. Nice JSTi OE ('CRt78:
5977. tfchg Itch, It-Il reasonable priced close tosheppiag furnkar 100' a 150' shaded lot.
ThomPson are*.
308 - -
964-5888 - wed This (DOING BUSINESS ONLY IN REAL
On acre with drive, aeptlc Unk. light pole. ESTATE)
1,3-6 acre kameit. 4miles cleared sad reedy lor your mobile horn.
Friendly N.W. *l Stark.
Fast OLIN'S SUBDIVISION - -
- Nice double-wide mobile home, custom designed *n I/I F. Delaao Thoma. Reg. Rail Estate Broker

Service Frame house In town, 2 acre, beautifully furnished screen porch and utility
Fuel Oil/ Olin's Subdivision Vt *cre Lots '30ao Per month. bedroom LR. Kit.. FR. house. she garden apc. si>4ior 333.8210ASSOCIATES
Very re..oD.....

* Water And Sewage Furnished. For InformationCall - 6 Bedroom, 1 Bath frame- -houa. -on-._ acre of land with :
* 3 BR. I bath, block
Mark 'Olin Olms Mobile Homes Sales. Irontag on paved read. Priced t* *.U. Judy. Flyaai,Manager
.
censlractloa,aver let, la 9844184
Heaters Hwy 16 W. & Morgan Rd. No Pets Please. tow.. - -
Perfection
& ..u. Harold Eppa5V0
Seigler Cel., cem. see as today H you are ready to bay *r
964-5606 - "/l

GEORGE ROBERTS J.. Sua.....ke. Awoeatto. STARKE BRANCH St.v.8Im..*.*
Sales & I Installation Only Lic. & Bonded Mover Reg. Real Estate BrekerPb9 994.5861
Living In 4782oOPEN Ire** Fulknr Aaaeclat lOCI 8. Water St. yS

10 T'Cng 9,18. 11 ,"18 Bradford Co. Tf* Saturday A.M. Paal Faulkner Aeeeclate Stark.Fl*.32091

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S.301 S. SHOPPING-CENTER Starkc,Fla, Friday Nignt 6 L M.MA.
Open Mto Thurs* Sat 9>to o Sun 1 2 It8'

Friday Night No v. 1 2th Only

Many Other Specials 'During The Sale Period

SPECIAt SELECTION 13" COLOR FAMOUS NAME LADIES 2 PC.

CHRISTMAS TELEVISION I BRAND WATCHES PANT SUITS

1 0 I I 1 I I
One Only
CARDS I Reg. M2
Reg. *26988

T9" COLOR BOYS AND GIRLS .
MIX AND MATCH 1
EEilsI TELEVISION STOCKING CAPS COORDINATES 1

Irregulars Fall
2 Only Colors i
I Reg.$329J O OFF

MODEL 882 I CB RADIO _
? CROCK POT C.B. RADIO SIREN ALARM KIT LADIES COATS
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No. 3100Reg. : : : : ,
Reg. 249S
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HOOVERCARPET
POCKET SIZERADIO SINGLE SHOTSHOTGUN
SWEEPER i i BOYS I PANTS '
Attachments Free
2 Only NO. 20008Reg. III Reg. *7 III
I Reg. *39S .
*4" > $8ts
Limit 2
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TOY BLACK AND WHITE CARDINAL 4 MENSMAG
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I CHAT TELEVISION ZEBCO REEL FLANNEL SHIRTS


Reg. $11 Reg *8988MR. Reg. $31 Reg.5S
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MONOPOLY I I I COFFEE TENNIS SET MENSLEISURE
FILTERS SHIRTS
GAME RACQUET WITH 3 BALLS

Box Of 10O -
Reg $6SSIX Reg. *4S
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