Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 15, 1977
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:04122
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ia !flftth Year STARKE. FLORIDA 13 (elite A-
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,'Only 24 percent of Starke's
2422 registered voters turned
out to vote to fill the Group 2
f fI ," city commission seat with I, t .
\t4 incumbent Joe Warren going
by challenger Ed Green by 67 { '
+s, votes.

For, the two year position
e L------- Ufa tA. Warren receives 322 votes to
v awr;l1. Green's 255 Eight ballots of
c. 53 cast were thrown out because
they were incorrectly
marked. Twenty four absen
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."", r S { native of Starke. Warren ;t tA 1 yaa
campaigned to the
operate S ,
city'.electric power plant like ,
n Telegraph; Once Again; Has Its Own Newspaper Press a-business! and make it possible r 1 fir. t
for the city to cut the rates. t
Warren the should _
., l'room.tI'M'ldlUlArr: ,Jol Miller: and 1'reKsman troy Wells As with all new mechanical equipment. It will take the 'close the says generating city plant for
look over a cop of the l'iKHlVlKUl( ( > grocery{ advertisement Telegraph{ hUiff time to become accustomed to. running the repairs and buy from
which this. :M had llie, IIitlnl.tlolI of being the first job to mechanical monster, So readers .at least understand If not for Florida", Power power and Light. __
roll off the Telegraph's new>,l-iinit :News KinK Newspaper press. give{ the iiiiperfeclluim! that may crop up in out, newspaper. Warren also ;
Tins Issue of Telegraph is the first printed in shop in reproduction in the next six months or so. It may not come at lowering the cost for proposes garbage
Sturhpsince, I IllliX! when the paper, first *witched from letterpress Iamce' but we hope to eventually Improve the quality of.newspaper pickup by $1 and initiate curb
]raised t>pe)III) (he pr"'il'llllIlI'lhod of offset printing. KHtablishnient : .' reproduction we have been giving you.An service rather than backyard 5
hi IJI7J! of the lake Region{ :Monitor u tabloid and
the Keystone Heights; III'''''. and Hit Htiuisilion of n""srap.r'or editorial in this historical. edition of the paper tells of the pickup for lowering ulilitychargl'S"
County Times, the A.V\p: r-ulil' weekly in I'nion County, has trials and tribulations of newpaper' printing in Bradford,Countyin ; retired, persons.
< made It pral.t"'al..III'" .. ulOIilllor the Telegraph .to have its ownpress. the past !IH year ;Warren is a radio television
.. I -Th. Editor:
repair instructor the Vo-
Tech school and a member of
the -National Guard. He was
elected in 1975 unseating 10- w j4j'.3
Water Control DistrictsI'nless year' veteran city
commissioner Jimmy McRae. Challenger Edward: Green left, and In"umbt'1I1lur"II.. rinlii. |>IMT inU-nlU at ihr 1i&III'- vi
*/Green' a native of Bradford 'lty (\It'rrlll.d"ard: : Iladdillup( Tuesday night( The halliilinu gave Warren a :i'-' lit :-.M=: : "r
victory! II wa* Green's first try at an electi\eoffice.
mqktng.County the campaigned city's electrical on I'ollworkersshownareItubyIii I ."ell. left anil Itarnuru Valinski..

gotHirafing plant' pore ,effi--, ..-.iI. "" ,1'!,,l'H
'r If': .hls :lirst- ld" for, '" ,
_ : Tc l'in'g Firs t. -Tax'Bi e "automotive elective office.technician Green is an.at

,I Camp Blanding and Is''a
member >of the National ,
(I'nless Itradlord County Authority. to meet operating square miles is in the by the Legislature for the St. Guard. r .4 .1 ,s ,,7r" r, l Ndr+,
t.ixpaxers: look closely al their ovpeiises. Property owners Suwannee River Water Johns district and its basins. tv Er1
lax bill when it arrives I they \lill\ be billed by (heir county Management District. and About $19,260 will come from "I believe that Starke is a .
won't even know they have, tui collator as part of the will pay the .34 mills Bradford County toward the great town and what makes it
lieeii !slipped an extra hilt lor \early\ lulls" to ho mailed in The Suwannee River District $4.8 million budget which great is that it has a great J E Er'
either the Si Johns or \1I\" nhl'r. with its headquarters in provides for $1.7 million for bunch people. I would like
Suuiinnee HierValer" The added millage{ will White Springs was formed in district wide expenses, $1.2 to thank all of them and let all
:Management{ District! appear on the bill in the >;i)72) and takes in all million for the Oklawaha of them know even the ones v!
.('rented Constitutional! separate breakdown duo in 15 counties including Basin, and $1.8 million for the who didn't support me that ill I V 1 '
amendment in I'Kt! ; this is the :March each portion of the Bradford I'nion.' Alachua and Greater' St. Johns River can ever" help them, to let me 1 n I rI '
first 1 year water management milluge duo the county, school Iutnam. Basin. know said Warren. I'
districts! have had taxing/ iNKird. and "wat dis" for the Final adoption of the Approximately, $105,000 has following the announcement
water district. SH7.VOOO Suwannee District been appropriated for motor ot the results."I .

Depending on where >ou budget is set for Sept. 22 in pool equipment $2 million for 1 believe that the results of ".,
Wtr" u awn > ing an (extra |t:1II:< mills levy will receive about S47.4HO tothedistricl including hiring people are more informed
-- about ll: cents for each $1,000) trom Bradford County. The 20 additional persons. about the problems of Starke
nl f property. valuation or 34 Legislature authorized tax The St. Johns District than they are given credit : : ., ;
nulls iiUnit :I4 cents for each levy for the district is .75 budget also includes $440.000 for" Warren added. .', '
$|.INMI of assessed value. '.,iils. for construction of additional -I ,- )!' ;l.H'
The tab|: mills will be leviedin The St. Johns District office space to house the dis For I those who told me that 1: .\ ;; : ."
!six square miles of Brad- headquarters in Palatka. approved trict office. they expect great things!* of .. 't Y.r-rI"': :
lord County, a strip about one a $4.8 million budget An estimated $129,320 will me. I must remind tiirin. that -: : -... .
mile wide, north of the Key lor the coming year Sept. 7 be paid to various tax assessors just letting me is not enough, ,, .: :'
!slum-Airport lo south of Keystone The .138: mills will be levied in and collectors as com they must back me up w hen I r ,;; If "' "1t< .r' .
Sat. Sept. 17 on Geneva Lake in the 13 of the district's Irf: counties missions for collecting the call o n them." Warren said. ......... --_-- ...J --" 'I, '1or.J:.;.... ,
: St John! River Water with a .3:10: levy in the four tax.The "Please don't elect me and -- 'f"

:Management{ District.\! counties of the Okidwuna. management districtsare leave me out in the cold. I Happy Hampton election winners exchange{ five after. hearing the results. I.-" arc. : <'i'un il .
L Farm Bureau Divided into districts as River Basin. responsible for protecting learned that over the last two inemhers. Ernest Greene, ,\.(', llennison. and Donald I hells with new mayor" tlilliain.uouurts.!
The tax levy by the hoard is ]North; Florida's water re- "
=- Annual Banquet >natural' watershed area"the years in office, said Warren.
;: 6:30: p.m. rest of I the county's :284! less than the .authorized. sources. "I 1 would like to thank Mr
:=: At New Armory Green for conducting high
caliber, clean and outstanding 128 Hampton Voters Elect
r" Monday, Sept. 19 race" Warren added. ,;
Business Returns To Normal ; Also on the ballot without *
opposition and receiving a
; County Commission vote of confidence were City William Summers
=- Budget Adoption Clerk Merrill Edwards 447 Mayor;

__ lOa m. Garbage Roads votes; Chief of Police Jimmy
Again TopicsIn
Bowen 382 votes and Group 4.
Commissioner Vernon Silcox
School Board a rather ho-hum meeting by Mrs.. E.L out and selected the site and it 393 votes. 3 Named To Council Seats
Regular Meeting utter recent fireworks about Wilkinson with a 32 signature was the most economical for Edwards will begin his ninth
1 p.m. the 2.75 millage increase. petition protesting the the county. term of office. He has only had
1t.. Bradford. County proposed location of the opposition twice in the 18 Kids. dogs and candidates seats Donald Ilelle garneredthe Former mayor ol Hani pi on.
Commissioners settled back county compactor site on "I 1 personally won't" set it years he has held the position. turned out to wait for the most votes with 93.: Greene said he was interested: t tin
RaIford into routine business of Brownlee Ud. five miles from back off the road, Roberts Silcox results of the city election in Incumbent A C. Dennison received having local repairs made
was in the
4 Budget Hearing told Mrs. Wilkinson and opposed 77 and Ernest Greene and controlling dogs.) .
garbage{ and roads :Monday. the Starke city limits. 1975 race by Gem Jewelrystore Hampton Tuesday evening stray
Robert Paterson
7:30 William 70. Present council memberP.H. Dennison campaigned
: p.m September 12. Chairman George Roberts N.L. Woodburn. Sept. 13 making H.
Commissionersere said the entire board had gone questioned what allowed. Bowen will be Summers the mayor and "Hank" Lott received 53 saying he would like a full \
... dumping would be serving his electing Donald W. Ilelle, A.C. votes and challenger Roy time fire department made up {
third term
i=_ Elks & Elkettet As the head of the sanitation as police chief. He Dennison and Ernest Greeneto Roark 48.Belle volunteers for Hampton.
= Stark Lodge 1802 Commissioners Get Apology committee for the served on the city council the three council seats. :Marshal Steven Varnumwas
from 1969
101971. He left that
commissioners Maxie Carter
rr Dinner 7 p.m. The results were announcedon campaigned for the unopposed. ,
C: Meeting 8 p.m. said the only dumping allowed seat to run for police chief. In the porch of the Hampton two year post saying he believed The new membl'rsere
From the 1973 he
Tax Protestor will be household race was opposedby
WilliamsOutspoken garbage no Jesse town hall to about 20 residents in "individual freedom sworn in althe t regular session .
E Tuesday Sept. 70 critic of county curtailed by the higher taxes limbs no old household (Chambers. and Bill assembled for the tabulation. of expression, and fair rules of the council Wednesday,
dead "
or burying
appliances and 14.New .
Of the 227 registered voters regulations Sept.
spending Insurance agent and called I it t a "vicious animals. "I'll guarantee I
you FB Fete Set Sat. 128 ballots were cast a 56
:Merritt Williams returned to circle. "
that. added Carter. He said I
: Starke Council the Bradford County Board of Roberts said the board percent turnout. Included in
the plans to landscape I IFor
7p.m.Senior "Special Farm the turnout were three Wettest In
Commissioners Monday made a mistake of not the dump and an attendantwill Bureau Lawtey September t
12 and sugar cured Ham. and other absentee ballots.
September increasing millage slightly be on duty the hours the
Citizens for coming on so strong at the rather than 2.754 mills atone dump is open. good things to eat will be Top vote getter in thema'or's the first 12 days of ; ; River Tower. on SR-IOO t
CoalitionToHarMcKay last budget hearing. August time. Roberts added the whole When questioned what will read Saturday this is the race with 72 votes September the most rain in west of Starke at ,Forest 1.
r 31. business of ad valorum taxes happen when garbage is of" our chief chef George was William Summers who Bradford County 4.1 inches Service headquarters $
At CD Building Williams said he especially was "complex" and industry dumped after hours the Gran says President George campaigned on "feasible was recorded at Santa Fe recorded .1 inch September 2
wanted to apologize to In looked Huggins.Bradford!( progress that Hampton can for the rainfall
18 am. moving at the commissioner said they are Tower, on US-301 at Hampton only so far this
commissioner Dave Shuford equitable situation and would studying with the county County Farm afford and more commonsense" Lake. month.
and offered his handshake. not' be paying a attorney the possibility of Bureau members are urged to in city government. Santa Fe Tower reported 2.5 Camp Blanding recorded I
CourtnyofSljr Shuford accepted., disproportionate share in prosecuting offenders. attend their Annual This was Summers second bid inches September 3, the 3.03 inches of rainfall for the
In an attempt to get the last Bradford County. :Membership Meeting. The for the mayor's seat. Gordon heaviest first 14 days of the month.
(!Tommuuilijfrtatr: ( word. both Williams and Roberts thanked Williamsfor Commissioners 'said they place is the Starke !National I Wadsworth received 52 votes. the day, for that part of Average temperature ,
Batik Roberts restated their presenting his comments. would again visit the dump Guard Armory, and eating Mayor Arthur Bruno did not county recorded in the camp for the
positions on counthespending.. The board took no action. site, but warned petitionersnot time is 6:30: p.m. seek re-election to the post he Louis Hill Tower at Lawtey first half of September was j, ,
Williams Final adoption of the 7.576 to leave with the Huggins urges guests to has held several times in the had heaviest rainfall 3.2'' 91.86 degrees. The
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A ml N. 'lmur J Up ;
T. S2O.OOO: ky should cut expenses to trim mill budget is set for 10 a.m. impression it would be come on out a little early to past. inches on September 5. Total thermometer hit 98 degrees'
,....... PtpiHH o.Y.....r..,. the $2.2 million budget. He Monday. September 19, in a changed, from that site or visit with friends from other Of the five candidates rainfall so far this month in two days and recorded I low of I t,
said industry would be special session. See Page 13) parts of the county. running for the three vacant that area is 4 inches. 83 degrees Sept. 2 and 4. I


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Page TELEGRAPII Sept. 15.1977

a.." ,.- '.-'D Reunion. The k 15th will sRe Annual: be. Sunday Dukes n cin'Se"Sept2- business looking session.forward:We to are having-'also"'" Wl;; yJd I-9Jid : lffk"; ;JI .

September 25, at the Lake some special music on the 7
Butler Community Center, program. ChIor
Wooty 964-7608
Lake Butler. There will be time to renew Gladys Socl.ty ____..
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The officers and host old acquaintances and make -- --- - -
committees have asked that new ones as we spread our
everyone arrive early for a basket lunches and enjoy the Hosp. Auxiliary Alice Atwood In Mike Clancer ;
business meeting at 11:30: a.m. food and fellowship together.
Hugh Dukes will be guest Let's make this our largest To Meet
speaker at the close of the family gathering to date. j Mondqy, ..Wed August 21 At First Baptist

r September. q t ,
t Miss Alice Opal''' Atwood, diamond, a gift from the
The Bradford County daughter of Mr. and Mrs. groom. ,
Hospital Auxiliary will hold its W.F. Atwood of Starke, and A reception was held In the
general meeting and covered Michael S. Clance. son of Mr. church Fellowship Hall. Mrs.
and Mrs. Martin :S. Clance of Patricia Hyman of Union
dish supper Monday, Sept. 19, Springs, 'Ala, cousin of the I J .
Keystone Heights, were wr
at 7 in the Methodist
.t p.m.
--- -- Fellowship Hall.Hostesses united in marriage Saturday, bride, greeted the guests at .
will be Ida August 27, at 8 pm. in the .the door. Mrs. Faye Mc- f't't
_ am. ;.t Traci Kelly, Plumer, Mildred Frick, Linda First Baptist Church. in Cormick book. kept the bride's (;; ,
Keystone Heights.Rev.
Johns and Ada Reddish.
Reddy Cox Raymond Scruggs per- Standing in the receiving
line were the bride and
formed the nuptials. groom /
and their 1
Highlighting the altar were parents.
Engagement Told Susan Ebling, two standing baskets of peach The bride's table was cen- ata
FALL carnations, white gladioli and tered with a three tiered fountain .
VEGETABLE' I I ?I ISEED Mr. and Mrs. George D. Gary BakkenTo yellow daisies against a back- wedding cake encircledwith /
Kelly of Lawtey announce the ground of arch-of-li 1t can- greenery and flowers and
8 ANNUAL PLANTS engagement of their daughter, Wed Sept. 17 delabra entwined with flanked by two silver candel- /
NOW Traci Ann, to Michael greenery, fern trees and two abras with white tapers. Mrs.-- ,
ARE HERE "Reddy" Cox of Starke, son of tree candelabras decoratedwith Allegra McRae and Ms. Karen .
Mr. and Mrs. John Edward Miss Susan Ebling and Gary fern.Marcia. Reddish cut the cake. r ,
5Ibs. $129 PETUNIA'S Cox of St. Augustine. Bakken will be united in Lee, organist, and The groom's table was \
Miss Kelly is a student at marriage Saturday, Sept. 17. Jimmy Alvarez, soloist, centered with the traditional \.
Of 59' Santa Fe Community College.Mr. at 8 p.m. in the First United presented a program of groom's cake with decor
S Tray 6. Reg. Cox is a graduate of Methodist Church with a nuptial music. ations. I
1149 C Staunton Military Academy; reception following in the Alvin Couey served as best The punch table was centered .
50 lbs. Gordon Military College and church Fellowship Hall. man. Ushers were Ron Strick- with a silver punch bowl \
is employed with the Bradford All friends and relatives are land, Jerry Teske, Bill At- encircled with /greenery and ; "
County School System as invited to attend. ?" wood, Edwin Atwood and apricot flowers. Presiding at ; '
math teacher and Coach. *. Richard Denmark. the punch bowl 'were Mrs. ,
The wedding is planned for Mrs. Rose Smith attendedas Yvonne Browp and Mrs.
firs JUne, 1978 in the Wesley Mrs. Starling "*" matron of honor. Mrs. Cindy Teske. .
United Methodist Church, in Carol Couey and Miss Becky Rice bags were handed out .
4' Jacksonville. Surprised At Hutchins were bridesmaids. by Miss Kim Brown. 1! .1 ":
TIMETO They were attired alike in long Following a wedding trip to ., .
7 SERVICE voile dresses with peasant ,New Orleans,La. the couple is .T
AVAILABLE Birthday PartyMrs. style long sleeves and bodice residing in Keystone Heights. "
with flowers of The bride is a 1975 graduate
Grotone WEED & FEED BIRTHSMr. James Starling was apricot, champagne, blue and of Bradford High School and is Mr. and Mrs. Michael Clance
1648Especially For Florida 48. grey on ivory background employed with the Immigration -
surprised at a birthday party
and Naturalization Ser
& St. Augustine or Centipede $0115$7 and Mrs. Lynwood given in her honor Wednesday sash.accented The with apricot a green and velvet grey vice in Jacksonville. Square Dance Open House
night of last given by
Bag Covers 2500 Sq. Ft. .!Reg 7" t' Walters of Martinsville birth ,of Va. members of the Graham carried out the bride's color Mr. Clance is a 1971
the a
,, I announce, Amanda Carol Baptist Church following scheme. Their headdresswere graduate of Keystone Heights Set Sept. 29
GROTONE PELLETS !: born daughter Sept. 13. Paternal I Wednesday night service. silk flowers of apricotand High School and is employedby
grandparents are Mr. and champagne worn on a Southern Bell in Orange Want to lose a little weight area is invited to the open
9-7-7- Especially For Florida SolH l All in attendance at the ser- comb. They carried arm Park.
fir '
$ ? Mrs. S.L. Peek, Jr. without dieting? Want to house and to attend square
598 II of carnations
Clean & Easy..50 lb. Bag vice were invited to attend the bouquet peach exercise without strenuous dance classes.
party which was held in the with baby s breath and Gamma Theta exercising? Want to have a For further informationabout
GOLDEN Hall of the church. streamers. ..
QUALITY THE BRADFORD Fellowship Given in marriage by her super good time? Want to the open house, classes,
100% Organic $449 COUNTY 1ELEGRAPII father,the bride wore an ivory Holds FirstMeeting learn some new jargon, such or just about square dancing .
6-6-6 50 Lb. bag. Published every Thursdayat The refreshment table was silk organza gown with two allemande, cross trail, phone Mae and Harry hate her
covered with floral linen
and do-si-do? at 964-7-161
138 W.Call Street princess lines and high ruffled
cloth. Mrs. 'James Sullivan Come and be guests of
Starke,Florida 32091 neckline and bib front
IORIDA WE SERVICE WHAT served the cake and Mrs. Tom enhanced with cluny and Starke's square dance club,
Second Class postage paid LeFevers and Mrs. Albert chantilly lace trim. There Gamma Theta Chapter of the Strawberry Swingers, fora DOUGLASS" REUNION!';
Est WE SELLGARDEN Starke, FloridaSubscrIption Sparks presided at the punchbowl were appliques on the front of Beta Sigma Phi held its first fun,filled good time at an SUNDAY,SEPT. 18
the gown and skirt and deep meeting Tuesday, September open house Thursday, Sept.
o !ONTROIctw Rates: ruffled flounce on the hemline 6, at the home of Beverly 29, at 7:30: pm at the new The Douglass family ":
AI.p CENTER In trade area: $7 per The church presented Mrs. and chapel length train, with Morgan. armory on Edwards Road. reunion will be held Sunday
year; $4 six months Starling with a peignoir set as seed pearls decorating the The open house will be in Sept. 18. at the Recreation
\ a memento of the occasion. tapered sleeves. Her Juliet Plans for the coming year preparation for a new Center in Lake Butler.
Refreshments and a social were discussed and the year beginning class of
Outside trade area: $8 cap of cluny lace and seed square
per year: $4.50 six months hour was,.enjoyed' k pearls secured her tiered silk books were completed. Aftei dancers. Classes will be heldon Registration starts at 10
veil. She carried a cascade of the meeting members enjoyed Monday nights at the new a,m.; business meeting at
miniature white carnations, refreshments.The armory on Edwards Rd. from noon and picnic dt t I p.m.
------ baby's breath and ivy with a 7:30-10: p.m.Bring Family members and
white orchid in the center, Herdrily next meeting will be a partner and join the friends are invited to attend
.' ornament was'a sterling( held I Tuesday,;.September 20. Strawberry Swingers Sept 29. and bring a picnic lunch'' "
silver cross accented with a Anyone ,in ,the surrrounding ,,
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T 'Hw\ Program was presentedCbuclc'WWlanns In 2 Hernandeir! Celeb rations
? I ." ,bY.' ,' Eoline -. ,,, .. ,.
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The youth of 'the -Tint' ( reen'Nelson* < Green, Cana'&ludtdtantl Dr.. and Mrs. Carlos' M.' of .'iickiidnvEltet( \ ''f,. +!'r';r''R'' :'., The1 'table' 'was decorated
United Methodist ChurcHir ,' Jay Eaves.tpp'odtitfp4&8o 'Hernandez entertained Sepfc'7; Dr.: and;.Mrsr'I; ; ; i- 'elofcoL: with a.centerpiece donated by
sponsoring' a youth, revival, .. l, \ { ; 'youths.- and Sept. )O, ,atUheir annuaT .GutletlesDt'gand-. ; ,, Maria Stephenson on a table.
;4 1 t''' Il :Sept} 18-20 from 7 to a.O.fri. at').,.p-. celebration of'Our1, I4dysof p08sld... ,Pr:: aritt Mr// Jose, cloth of Castillian lace,
ftf the Starke Methodist Chwd\ .1 'tJe.'.! ..- CJuetp' ''' Charity the Cuban Vndlro.n to 'Jimbnet-an4'fDrtand.Mrsr; / ) International dishes were
1 r+. All youth In the communityare : > n'r. '' all Cuban Catholics.; 'Alvarez,of Macctenny. From prepared Mrs. Hernandezand
invited tq attend Special 1\f;GO'LF.' The annual celebration was Raiford and Lake Butler; Dr. served on silver platters
A r music will be ,provided .by : :"; ENJOYED done In two parties. The'first and Mrs.; Puig.-Dr. and Mrs. Our Lady of Charity was
r l l1tr members of the Praippton' fto' lofinl a Biwdk! ; 'supperand'mjtting Sept. 7 the) actual day of the" Castaneda and Mrs. Dolores honored by flower arrangements
p. t yt Family from Starke and guest Sunday evening celebration and the second Carrie. donated by: Mrs
speakers will include't1tw.* i.t'the-home of Mr. and Mm Sept. 10 for those who were Dr. and Mrs. Goyenechea Marty Barry. Mrs. Delores
George. Harper. Rev. Will Pon Hardenbrook" -tho'youth unable to attend during the Dr. and Mrs. Delfin Carrie. Mrs. Milagros Puig.
Wright, the Frampton's and enjoyed an 'j evening. of' middle of the week. Limcango. Dr. and Mrs. Mrs. Marina Kecchione. Dr
Miss Sue Ann Blaton. miniature golf j ?' ,. Our Lady of Charity was Parks, Mr and Mrs.'Phillips and Mrs Castillo, Mr. and
Approxlmatley .aayouth honored In both parties by: Dr. and Mrs. Eduardo Mrs. Stephenson. Dr. and
1tr APPRECIATIONBANQUET accompanied,' .".by *youth., Dr. and Mrs Jorge Salazar, Dieguez and Dr. and Mrs. Mrs. Gutierrez. Dr. and Mrs
I I1t workers; Mrs.. Don" Har- Dr.and Mrs. M,H. Adams Dr. Jose Castillo from Fernandina .Goyenechea, Dr and Mrs.
( The MVF held an appreciation .., denbrook1 Mr. and Mrs. Don and Mrs. J.E. Denmark, Dr Beach, Gainesville, Orange Alvarez and Dr and Mrs.
banquet Saturday I. Denton and Mr, J.E. Den- and Mrs, D.W. Whiffen and Park and Lake City. Jorge Salazar,
+ Y Miy4+ night, Sept. 10, in FellowshipHall. mark participated in the son Michael; Dr and Mrs.
iY S fellowship. Peter Felos and son, Chris;
The banquet was to expressthe Dr. and Mrs Kiert Beta Sigma Phi Chapters Hold Meeting .
youth's appreciation to DUPLICATE BRIDGE Sundusadee, Mr. and Mrs.
+' 9 their parents and counselorsfor CLUB RESULTS George Roberts Dr. and Mrs. Xi Iota Delta and Gamma to socials, civic. service and
the support they have Marie Dent and Lora A.Y. Covington, Mr. and Mrs. Theta chapters of Beta SigmaPhi cultural activities.
''L I1 given the youth program andto Francis were the winning Morris Williams and son. held their Beginning Day
1 encourage their support couple at .Duplicate Tom; Mr and Mrs. James T. activities. Sunday. August 28. Xi Iota Del) Id members
during: the coming year. Bridge Tuesday night. Tieing Moore, !Mr. and Mrs. J.H. at the home of Mrs. Billy attendinltert"' Connie lU'M.!
Following opening remarksand for second were Mrs. SW.
Stephenson Mr. and Mrs. Hodge. 1 Diane .
Harriet Hodm-
prayer by Rev George Hamilton and Mrs. F.J. Shaw Richard Welty, Mr. and Mrs. Xi Iota Delta President Ur\an. and
Harper the youth presentedtheir and Mrs. R.A.Green and Mrs. Steve Wright, and !Mr and. Connie Best and Gamma daughter Dimple Overslrei-t('.it,rell. Yond.i.
I calendar for the coming C.B. Terwillegar. JeffWrenshall Mrs.Glen Hicks,all of Starke. Theta President Beverly Brenda Made,
:Mtl.ciKliin uutagruptw his srnsutiouul new novel under supervision of his two youngest year. and Eva Mathew- Dr.and Mrs. Paul llano, Dr Morgan conducted the joint Stephens Linda HOl'n.o.tilrke.:. arid
children ul last !1'rid!i l.i\;"'s! uulogri|>li session", in the Bradford County Library, New officers are: Eollne son were third. and Mrs. Vince Baiton, Dr meeting of the Exemplar and
Cherie Cox ul l Keystoneheights
Green president; Stacy The club plays every Tues and Mrs. Nelson Murray, Mr Hitual of Jewels degree llama Theta
Denmark vice.president; day night at 7:30 p.m. at the and Mrs. Met Tunvalan. Dr. chapters. .
I Me Lendon New Book at Library members; Beverly Morgan:
Autographs Tammy Denton secretary; .Pratt Street Recreation Agritino Oca, Mr, and Mrs.' Plans were presented for Sue Little at.d :Nancy.
John Denmark master of Center and all bridge playersare Orlando Hurtado de Mendoza. the* upcoming in regard
'Old friends and. new yule TV station this week, arms.DIESEL invited to attend. Dr. and Mrs. Eduardo Cinca year Alvarez.Starke
gathered at the Bradford McLendon and his father are, -
County Library from ,t to ."> scheduled to appear on the
o'clock last Friday afternoon Channel 12 "Today Show" ((7 i
lor an autograph session with to !II a ml) in New York,
James!\IcLt>dun,author of lie( September 20. *
sensational new novel At Friday's autograph 'rGI11'e-
"Deathwork," as honor yiiesl"McLendon session, refreshments wpreprovidod ,
wall by J\1rs.llazel Paulk .
accompanied by his wife Ann. a county commissioner and
and three children ot UlovunnRock. members of the Library
) N (.'", mil. his parents; Board Mrs. Irvin Andrews,
:\1r.and Mrs. H I I' :McLendim.of Mrs Martha Uorko, and Mrs.A .
Starke U Norman. dtJ centers
A graduate of Bradford \ssorted sweets were family
high School McLetulon said served by the McLendon's sixearold -
that both motion picture. and<1 ) son, Ian and punch
television ,rights have been was ladled by their 8-year-old
sold for the )book and he- will 'laughter, Stacey The

appearance leave. Sundayon tour a of personal major lighted refreshment by an table arrangement was high-of t.LL'G'L:; '( (!WELL( t:;L L LGLL! : C

cities along t the KasternSeubord : fresh flowers provided by the SHOPPING
in connection with I Iln' Library The'author Hoard. 301 S. CENTER Stark*, Fla.GE .,
appearance of "Dt'athwol'k"in presented an
hook stores starling autographed copy of "Death- o-1
Monday.\ work" to the library, and also 3-WAY
Following I I tele\I ,IMOIIappeiiranees : signed copies for a number of
on Fpl'dhil\'k anil purchasers: of the bestseller at CORK TI LES CHARCOAL BRICKETS
the Midday. Show on .lat'kson this( time. LIGHT BULBS

I Betty Davis, Paul Canova To Wed Nov. 5 I 4 To Pack C C

C 12"x12"x3/8" 99GASOLINE 10LB BAG 88
Mr and :Mrs Cl>de Pm; James H. Trimble in 501QO1506'7
Sr of Callahan ...ni1Ul'l1l'( the Jacksonville.Mr 'Rte; 1M
engagement and approachingmarriage
: Cannva from
of>l I their daughter.Betty \ fl
to Paul K: (Canova, IV. Bnullord High School and is
:son of Carol n B Canoi.i ot>l presently: employed by STP STPMOTOR I
Starke and I'.ml: K ''lIl1m',1., Brothers Electric; Co. of '
III of JackMiiiMlle ,JIl'kson..ille.ThE'l'dding. CAN
:Miss Davis! graduated Irom is planned'for'oV GAS TREATMENT OIL
:Nassau; High School and( e' .
West ; ;\ 5 at 2 p m. in St.'MarkbEpiscopal ?;

is presently emplosed f hlir Church. Starke. 12 Oz. Can 44 0 GALLON 1 99 C 10W-50W 9 7/c 'Ot.

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:: 38 East Call St Starke 964-5890 "


r SPECIALS THIS WEEK "I:'L:,.. ; '.,. '..' ,..-$

$1888TRASH $1888ASST ;VIII Back, 544KINDER

g 10 15'each HOUSEWARES
:: each '


Mon.-Sat. Til 5:30: P.M.CENTRAL 20 Gal $ 3 99.Reg. .. WASTE MSHFANSC4 BASKETS- 1 fin Size 20x46 $ 2 44

.. *4<'" I ,MSH'" BRAINER' JL Reg. 2"

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-.. V Heats}J1 To J., m_ PlasticReg.Safe Flexible $ 5 gwg 'I" $12 7 Reg.12 $1088BABY |



; RoomsWall ,

I Wall Thermostat-Keeps t; r '( I '27" $24Reg. 88 ,. *,Reg. '15" r C> 14 ftft '12" $1 088 r

.. Even Temperature,
Counter Flow-Pulls ,

Unused Heat Off Ceiling And Spreadsit TOY ,4. BICYCLER

Back Evenly Over The Floors Where
You Need It. Economical to Install And '

r Economical to Operate '19" $1788 j"69"! $6588I' Reg. '2M $266DIGGER I

; $ 0 5 r .,. ." ,

::. Rear And Side Vents CiWW -
. '
At Small Extra Cost Plus installation


,P! &96177O1J" W.APPLIANCE Madison St. Reg. *6" $588 Bull Fork graderWrecker'Dozer lift $1688 Peg GameLITEIRITE R'10", 'X888 J


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I Susan ,Ebling Complimented At Several PartiesMiss Vickie HazenShower

Susan Ebling, whose Green served the cake. Mrs. Mrs. Clinton Barton gave a groom.The .
marriage to Gary Bakken will Hardenbrook presided at the bridal shower at her home on hostesses presented the-
Introducingthe be an event of Sept 17, has punch bowl. Silver Lake Saturday after honoree with a bun warmer as Miss Vickie Hazen, whc
been honored at several Three games were playedand noon for her niece, Miss a memento of the occasion.The marriage toMichael Beck
Ebling.A :an event of Sept. 10. w
in the awarded.The
parties past week. prizes
On Friday night, Sept 2, hostesses presented the rainbow color theme was honored at two parties in t
u erRriced Miss Ebling was given a honoree with a portable mixer carried out in the flower past week.
ladies of the Kingsley 26 Miss Has
bridal shower In the Methodist and mixing bowls as a arrangements in the party On August
Lake Church a honored at a shower giv
Baptist gave was
Fellowship Hall. Hostesseswere memento of the occasion. rooms.
Mrs. Don Hardenbrook.Mrs. Corsages were given to Mrs. The refreshment table was bridal shower for Miss Eblingon by Mrs. Ann Samons a
steel radial.Irujsiimaste. Harry Green ancidaughter Warren Ebling and daughter, covered with a white lace Friday night, Sept. 9, at the daughter Donna, at tta
Eoline, Mrs. Mark Sandra, Mrs. J.B. Bakken, cloth and centered with an home of Mrs. Leslie Bradleyat home in Saratoga Heights.
Hardenbrook Mrs. DeRitch Mrs. Olin White and Miss arrangement of summer Kingsley Lake. The party room was dec
Green and Mrs.Joey Bakken. Ebling. flowers in rainbow colors. The refreshment table was ated with green and yellc
The refreshment table was Thirty guests attended between The 11 attending betweenthe covered with a white linen streamers with serving plat
covered with a white linen the hours 7:30: and 9 hours of 3 and 5:30: p.m. cloth. Mrs. Bradley presidedat and napkins to match.
cloth edged with lace and p.m. Included members of the the punch bowl which was The guests enjoyed gam
centered with a bride doll and families relatives and several encircled with greenery and and refreshments between tl
wedding bells. Mrs. Harry friends. cake.Mrs. Roland Stern served the hours 7:30: and 9:30: p.m.

--"" AI
Twenty guests enjoyed a
+ I game and refreshments be-
{ r YW Saturday night Miss Eblingwas tween the hours of 7:30: and Miss Hazen was given
complimented at a kit. 9:30: p.m. shower on Thursday, Sept.
WarehouseOUSTS '
chen shower given by Mrs. by Brenda Creamer and Jul
David Montgomery and o+.o.owo.o.4ro o+oro"4JIQ II. Padgett at the home of tl

iC daughter,Janet, at their homeon honoree.
..... Powell street.At ::/ .1joJttDlII Potted plants were used fi
points of Interest in the decorations in the par)
OUSTS DISCOUNT HOUSE party room was a variety of Mrs. H.T. Smith and Mr. rooms. The refreshment tab
centered with a fa
kitchen utensils was
primitive and Mrs. Bolden of
N 100 W. 964-S60& Jerry .
Iff including a butter churn and Melrose and Mrs. Mattie arrangement.Games

Of/trt A Vtt.k,w FM tJ/Nor M.rtk."JliAt old arrangement coffee grinder.of miniature Also an Miley of Starke were Tuesday refreshments with were prizes enjoyed an b
evening dinner guests of Mr.
tt"wlsw""frltii vegetables with a bride doll and Mrs. X.M. Smith and the guests between the how
fashioned from a vegetablehead. celebrated Terri Smith's 20th 7:30 and 9:30: p.m.l .

lAMPS ft SHADES Assorted Sizes From'7' tt M2' On the refreshment birthday.
trays served to the guests
NAILSAssorted Sizes 'IS"/ 50 Lbs. there were favors made from Mr. and Mrs. George
miniature grocery bags filled Bennett and Mr. and Mrs. id l 1o.J now .
& End Tables 125" 35" with nuts. Everett Abrahms of Orlandoare
The guests were assigned to spending two weeks at the
BATH TUBS Ea. bring bridal cutouts that were L.A.Canova home at Kingsley Mr.and Mrs. Bob Jones and
(Porcelain) $ compiled into a bride's scrap Lake. son, Phil, spent a few days in
A steel belted Cruisemaster offers true radial CARPET- '2'1-5" / Sq. Yard book. Calhoun, Ga. visiting Mrs.
Imagine. quality steel construction A strong two Among the 16 guests were Linda Sue Alvarez of Jones' brother, Oscar
radial priced more like Mrs. Warren Ebling, motherof Wilbanks and
WATER Raiford received her BSPE family and her
HEATERS Rheem 20-30-40 Gal.
competitors' fiberglass radials. ply polyester cord body. Two ( ) the honoree, Mrs. J.B. degree from the University of sister Miss Edna Wilbanks.
full-width steel belts An exclusive '54" to 'i4" Bakken and Mrs. Nelson Florida at the August 27 They also visited her otiier
When we compared suggestedretail wide-groove block tread. Green, mother and grand- graduation. sister, Mrs. Effie Bradberry
mother of the prospective in Gadson. In Jacksonville,
prices, new CruisemasterSteel Get new Cruise- ; NEW & USED FURNITURE Ala. they visited Mrs Louise
Radials were actually master the under- rj -> ..i li Parrish and family and Mr.
With Ground 1S'Ft..
12-a Wire
priced closer to the competition priced steel radial Ivi U IJ and Mrs. Clyde Wilbanks.

's fiberglass radials. Yet, Buy now and save!!"! 1-0 Aluminum Entrance Cable 16" Ft. LOOK WHAT WE'VE GOTMorgan's Sept.Hatcher 4 Ave.they Baptist attended Churchin the

Ask for lull details of the valuable Gulf Tire Limited Warranty 2l4'f Studs 75 Ea. Jacksonville and Sunday
Beauty afternoon all the families
2K3's Studs 70' Ea. gathered at Clyde and Betty
Check these dealers for their low
prices. Announcing The Latest Addition To Our Shop. Wilbanks Jacksonville,Ala.
to celebrate the 25th wedding
BAR STOOLS All Wood Delux 34" anniversary of the Clyde
Twin Wilbanks.Mr.

Brannen visited Mr. and Mrs.
666 N. Tempie Starke, 1011 N. Temple Starke, O.C. Wheaton in Winter Parkon
964.7153 964-5899 METAL DINETTE 5 Piece t49' .,' Sunday.

TRUSSEL WOOD DINETTE 5 Piece J5"| Mrs. W.H. Hart and Mrs.
i L.A. Canova attended the
retired teachers state cons
COUCH ft CHAIR Deluxe MSO" ,I; vention at St. Petersburg!:
;' ) Beach Wednesday to Friday.i
::>t'l f:
Queen f.-,; :'11 Also Mr. and
; !If attending were t
BED MATTRESSES SPRINGS size 75" .1 ,0:< Mrs. Julius Royal.

...................., 1
Greta Alvarez Mrs. Vivian Harley,
how Large Selection Of Utility BuildingsThis daughter, Marianne, and son,
(Formerly At The Looking Glass) Phil and Cheryl Hall of;;
week Special Merritt Island spent the.
customer service Greta Wishes To Express Her Appreciation weekend with Mrs. Harley's;
1010 BU|. '595" parents, Mr. and Mn i>*aeeeyi: 1'Mcilae.
To The tfumer6us"PatronsTfiat Have Contributed -
.... ', ..:... 's They\aJUV 1 along(:witty
10 More Various Sizes To Choose From.OLIN'S To Her Success'- ByOffering v A'Free* ,j1tr[ end AttO; ;Sy BaSjorthJ
and sons were Sunday dinner
DISCOUNTHwy. Style Cut With Each Shampoo Set Or Blow guests of Dr. and Mrs Barney;
helps you McRae Jr in Lake City and:
Dry. Please Call For Appointment. r!: Mtebrated Mrs. McRae Sr.'s-:
100 W. HOUSE 964.5606 964-7004 ':'birthday. I

Mrs. Richard G. McDonald;
Customer Service Representatives like and Mrs. J C. Kesterson off

Debbie Meyer are here to help when .. . . Neptune Beach were Sunday:
I to Tuesday guests of Mrs. L.N:

you have questions about your telephone.Call also Pickering.had as Mrs.last Pickering Friday.:

overnight guests her son and
our Business Office if you need daughter-in-law. Dr. and Mrs:
M.J. Pickering of Tampa. }
information on billing or want a change
Mrs. C.W. Beasley :
made in your service (such as a phone I sALE 1 Gainesville spent Wednesday I
to Friday with Mrs. Ella
moved, an extension installed or directory Moody and Mrs. Pearl Colson.

listing changed). ,
Mrs. George Flynn, Sr. has:
returned after three weeks in:

Call Repair if you have a service St. Luke's Hospital where she;
was confined with a broken:
problem. Check your directory for the 1 hip. j

office hours and correct number to call... ABM Gary Bakken of:
Chanute Field
we're here to help.Continental .. home Wednesday for a week'
NO WAX 'leave.

Mr and Mrs. D.E. .t
1 Braezeale of High Springswere
(\T ; Telephone Sunday visitors of Mr.
3 Keeping You !in Touch and Mrs. Garl Ma thews.
(for Better Tomorrow
a Mr. and
Mrs. R.O. Dansby
.... .... .. .. ,An...Equal. ., Opportunity. .. ,-Employer'" VINYL spent t. last .w ek. vjstUog .
:: : relatives in Of arkand; ,
I Montgomery, Ala, and
Columbus Ga.

$ O39
Mr.and Mrs. M.O. Patersonof
Montgomery, Ala. are
Yd. oQ, guests this week of Mr. and]
Mrs. R.O. Dansby. They all
visited Disney World the first
.) of the week.

HS &f I Mrs. Robert Tanner of
(11 \
Baldwin visited her sister,
MULTI COLOR HI-LO Mrs. J.H. Fields en Sunday
:- jtJIt. afternoon.Mrs. .

REMNANT I Mac Baldwin of Stark
SHAG and sister, Mrs. Doris Conway
of Gainesville, visited their
12x9 & 12x1 2 aunt,Mrs. Maudie Couey who
has been ill, in Tampa
Saturday and Sunday.

Miss Katie Sheets and 0
nephew, Joe, of Tulsa, Okla.
$5998 Sq. Yd. 599 I are guests this week of Mr.
and Mrs. Leo Champion.Mrs. .

David Montgomery
= --
attended the Farnell family
reunion at Lake Butler

s : I ARTIFICIAL GRASS Sq. Yd. $299 Ii Community day.Mrs..N.T. Riccardi Center returned on Sun-

to her home in Miami on

Teal. Tile eflelI.E with Monday her after brother-in-Uw three weeks-and

i Carpet Strickland.sister. Mr. and Mrs. F.W...'

131 N. Cherry Mrs. Agnes Heath of Tort .r..
Lauderdale has been visiting
964-7423 relatives here in Starke the

=-. . II Ii II past week.(See Page (), JPaget

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Sept IS, 1977 TELEGRAPH Page

--- Girl Scout NewsBy Gospel Businessmen

Janet Klmutls To Meet SaturdayA Need investment help?

breakfast and chapter Keystone Heights and
It's that time of year again! Brownie troops will be workshop of the Full Gospel surrounding area are invitedto
Scout troops are beginning to starting soon. More leadersare Business Men's Fellowship attend.
get their year off to a flying needed for both Browniesand International is set Saturday, Breakfast is not required for
start. If your daughter is In- Juniors. If you are In- Sept. 17, at 8 a.m. at the Heartof those attending the workshop.For .
terested joining Girl Scouts, terested in being a leader or Jacksonville Motel more information or to Merrill Inch
please fill out a form availableat helping with a troop please Restaurant.All arrange a ride call Don Wilsonin ,:
the school offices. Scouts contact either Mrs. Carolyn Waldo at 468-2062 or Ed ,
from last year do not have to Eaves or Mrs. Janet Kimutis Interested men of the Lorignecker!! in Keystone
fill out a form, they will.*be or any other leader. Starke, Lawtey, Waldo, Heights at 4732702. :
contacted by their leader as to
when they will meet. The cookie sale will be held
earlier this year, with orders
Senior {troop 669 is already] being taken November 2
w 1 YAL.p. meeting, the first and third through the 14th. Cookies will '
e Monday of each month at the be available for delivery the
Methodist Church. The girls last week in January. Our new Starke
are busy planning service projects Neighborhood Cookie Chair- 1f '>
and will again be man is Mrs. Lila Rae Yawn. ;
t working with the younger Cookie chairman for the l ,
troops. Senior troop will be Mrs. .. '
Eunice Johns with Mrs.
Cadette troop 520 will have Catherine Schoening working A Merrill Lynch Apcount Executive will be servicing this '
their first meeting on Sept. 21 with the Cadette troop. All f
J v t tr at the Methodist Church under Junior troops will also need area on a regular basis.
tt the leadership of Mrs. Gwen Cookie Chairmen. Please He'll be glad to answer questions you may have. Discuss our

t. Gray Eaves. and Mrs Carolyn leader contact if you your can give daughter's her any current market outlook. And give you our latest opinion on any .'

8 t Junior troop 605 will have help.More stock you're interested in.
their first meeting on Sept 27 information on other If you'd like to talk with him, call today for an appointment
at the Catholic Church from troops will follow as soon as .
n 2:45t04:15.: : More informationwill possible. We hope to have all

I week.go out to the girls next weeks.troops started in the next few We Offer A Better Way

..., And You Won't Smell Our Spray!
Insurance Complaints Assistance Thursday, September 22nd

111 Bugs Will Get In, But You Don't Have To Let From 10:00: a.m. till 4:00: p.m. at the Holiday Inn, Highway 301, Starke.

Local citizens with Levy, Marion, Putnam, and Them Stay., Call FLORIDA PEST CONTROL For Representing Merrill Lynch: Michael Callaway. For appointment, call
questions and complaintsabout Union Counties. 633-7100 964-7600 in Starke.
School collect((904)) ; or
insurance can receive Bill Gunter, State Insurance Safe .& Effective Economical & Odor Free ControlOf

I Karen Crawford, 16, assistance by calling the state Commissioner, said today Household Pests. Directed By Graduate I
I u service office in Gainesville.The that 139 people contacted the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Neil Gainesville Service Office Entomologists.Free .
Crawford will model for
1t1 office is located at 901 during August, 1977. IORIDA
. Bullington's In the Back to
1. N. W. 8th Avenue Suite C-3 The Service Office assistedin InspectionAnd
School Fall Fashion and
. '.II,Luncheon. Gainesville, Florida 32601 andprovides the recovery of $$37,105.08 Estimate Call
for Alachua, ST
I ....,new Others event participating planned by the In the Jr. Bradford services, Dixie, Gilchrist, which policyholders was, returned said Gunter.to 964-5745 Merrill Lynch Pierce Fenner& Smith Inc.
.M.rsICAL Le
: Woman's Club are: Stumps,
121 N Jacksonville. FL 32202
with models Bill and Brad Hogan,
;Hamilton and Karen Jackson;
.\, n or''Sears of Starke model Lynn PUBLIC AUCTION :
.j:t. Moxley and Leila's. On sale Thursday .-
: Advance tickets for the noon Frl. Sept. 16, 1977 At 7:30: P.M. E' laDLE fllll t

., i ,Saturday Sept 24, show can Furniture Appliances Clothing Friday and Saturday! "r
be purchased from Jr. Sow
any "I !
, II
;, Woman's Club member Household Items ,' .:I l ** a'i '-d. 8 .......
ttmIH"'W" ( I
s t a' Glass Ware, Collectables, Tools, :: i GLASSWARE SET
$ with .
Nae I
The first president to be I Auto Supplies & Much More i or moss'asiu..

,}I'married while in office was Drawing For Cash Award II I
I John TylerourlOth president.

. J on June 25 18441 301 AUCTION National brand sale!

Hwy'301 N. Starke Fla. Old Moo.. Lodge Building

'j.. The names you know and trust at lower than. low prices !


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Plant Clinic Set 2 Brooker Men Hurt In Wreck,

Sept. 20,7:30"GROWING trucks collided at the 100 near the intersection of
Two Brooker pickup
men were when the accident
intersection of SR-100 and SR-225
INDOOR injured early Saturday
t tyw occurred.
PLANTS"will be the top at an morning when their truck Thompson Street. Rosier was. tractor, driven by Fred
with failure yield.A
4 INDOOR PLANTS CLINIC rolled over on New .River charged collided Blocker from the rear and
IFrr, truck and tractor
by the Bradford Baptist Church Road.
sponsored but both tried to avoid a rear-end
County Extension Service and Passenger David Dixon was Friday on SR-100 serious collision but clipped the
presented by Dr. Robert treated at Bradford County drivers escaped tractor's left rear tire as he
University of Florida Hospital while driver Larry injury.FHP'.
Black John Lee swerved his truck to the left.
Ornamental Horticulturist Thurston received minor reported
charged with
Lake City was .
Tuesday, Sept. 20, 7:30: p.m. injuries Florida in the Highway accident.Patrol driving Davis of his truck east on SR. failure to use due care.

Dr. Black will cover the '
r reported Thurston rounded 'a
y. selection care, and propagation
corner skidded and rolled the
of indoor
plants. pickup truck three times.
n r p y The clinic will be held FHP estimated that Thurstonwas

Tuesday Sept. 20, 7:30: p.m. at going 60 mph when the "Within Your
the STARKE accident occurred.

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; The clinic is free and we hope Martin Rosier of Lawteyand Means Now
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Strawberry Swingerswill were doing that too. They these combinations were I L.F.D. L.F.D. J.

celebrate National Square went in a sleigh or hayrack danced as one during and
Dance Week. Sept. 19-25, by instead of a bus or automobile before the Revolution of 1776.
dancing next Thursday Sept but the objective was the From the first colonists
22 in the parking lot at same. people wandered to parts
McDonald's on US-301 south. unknown taking their we feel
Anyone passing by is invitedto The Florida Knothead" was customs with them. FOOD
stop and watch Caller Gil organized by three couples in While square dancing is
Crosby put the Strawberry Clearwater. Now in its 21st native to the United States, it great
Swingers through their paces.A year the annual Knothead has spread worldwide and
new square dance class is Convention in Tampa has with it the international FA I R when
starting Sept.29 in Starke with grown into the thousands. language of square dancing.No .
an open house in the new Nine couples from the matter where one goes
National Guard Armory on Strawberry Swingers and "allemande left" is an feel good
Edwards Rd. from 7:30-10: attended the huge 1977 "allemande left."

p.m. The public is invited to Knothead Convention two But instead of dances like 'I11 I II 1 II 1 1
the open house. weeks ago. the old familiar "VirginiaReel
Modern square dancing is a "
"Texas Star and
truly American activity. Four To qualify as a "diehard", "Turkey in the Straw" todays AIM
couples form a square to dancers are required to dance popular music is played and StcirkistTUNA 0T we are pleased to accept
dance a pattern of figures five nights in a row. To calls are adapted to it for TOOTHPASTE
upon the command of the become an "idiot", dancers square dancing.
caller. Square dancing is must awaken a caller in the A modern day square danceis
characterized by a smooth wee hours of the morning and formed of "tips," which U.S.D.A.
shuffling walk to music. Gone demand him to call a dance. consists of a "pattern" rail
are the wild swinging liquor. 'Square dancers can also
and call. After
a "singing" an
barn dances of for the Club CHUNK LIGHT MEAT
swigging qualify Century
approximate 10 minute rest mliii FOOD
yesteryear and the high. after they have a book signedby comes yet another "tip." STAMPCOUPONS
kicking and stomping 100 different callers. The dances have
frequently associated with names come few and far variety Many provided square by "round 99c 57< ,
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square dancing. between after the first 30 or dancing between the tips of jjr.5t6.5oz: ,
Colorful clothes are the so The Century book takes square dancing. In round
trademark of the square years to fill. dances couples dance as a =
dancing set with floppy skirts Early American folk couple progressing aroundthe 8.20z TUBE-SAVE 40 CAN -SAVE 12' NOW COPD.ON(IMPORTED FOODS ALSO'

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same time as by a ri
western style shirts and American invention, but is a round dance caller. Round
trousers for the men. combination of many dances dancing originally came from
Square dancing is for people mainly the Morris dances ballroom dancing and usually \ -
from teenagers to senior which were English yet after
comes a number of
citizens. believed to have originatedfrom yearsof
Dancers earn badges for the Moors before the square dancing. TISSUE C
The Swingersdo
accomplishing various feats. year 1450 and French Contras not have Strawberry round dancing in : '\
To qualify as a "knothead"a mated to the French ballet.
their club as yet. _
group of eight square There are remnants of the For further informationabout "
dancers has to make a 100- minuet. German Landler, the classes planned and SOFT 'N' PRETTY 4 ROLL PAK
mile to another
round-trip cityto Polish Polka Austrian
the house set Sept. 29,
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pfJ.Jonal Immunization Survey Set. Sept. 19.23 BROCCOLISPEARS J ..:;f TOILET LYSOL BOWL
Pantry Prld Photo Center
Local representative.. Mrs. quarter of 1975.Personal ,!""' 1. '
From 4)) I
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Norma Foray of the Bureauof information _tae. .299CnOlI COLOR FILM '0 I \ I EvcryDayLowPrke

Dr Glen McClane of the Census will conduct a supplied in the survey is kept .t.
Tallahassee spent the survey in this area during the strictly confidential by law ,I 1 t'f PUNCH 16OZ SAVE
weekend with his parents. Mr week of September 19-23 to and the results are used only ........,......n..... Q!) CVtLO ANOrltlTM t! l liysv! I" ) LIQUID 28 39C
and Mrs. Huston McClane determine the extent people to compile statistical totals. 0..EEN GI..Y ; MPOSUHI s !1110 i 1110 IN l...Of.13ft IJ...**..!)M M OrCOtOH irm '-.::. LAUNDRYEveryDayLowPrice ':
They all visited Mr. and :Mrs have been immunized against BROCCOLIWICHIESI HIMINTl lit I ACM
Bill McClane at :Neptune selected diseases, Thomas W. COLOR ENLARGEMENTS 1 DETERGENT
Beach on Saturday McWhirter. Director of the 45 Spanish Am. / from tl.na.,.n.g.,...up. ,.1.1 fEveryDayLowPrkc

Bureau's Regional Office in .....2/99C 'h'.lo so SJ70
Mr. and Mrs. Wil Mendettaof Atlanta announced. Vets Still Alive COLON SLIDESOfvELO. DEL MONTE 81 V 59
Jacksonville were weekend The survey is conducted ,.}?t..OSu.s.IO "e..10M'S.N
.and .throughout the U.S. every OCVUor H".'OOU."O, IX w!b.l U It 1 W I J
guests of. Mr. lra..J..H. ...In.Florida. PINEAPPLE
:Moncnef year' to provide information on'" .A (..................... Qb COLON MOVIES GRAPE .t.;
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Mr. and Mrs. John layers measles influenza polio report indicatesthat GIANTIhESUEUR PHOTO SPECIAL LICED, CRUSHED OB CHUNK HERSHEY| JELLY
visited her mother Mrs. H.L. diphtheria whooping cough there are 45 Spanish (too
Brooks in Overland Park. tetanus rubella and mumps American War veterans still ....OOlu... DOO INSTANT COCOA
Kas. the past two weeks needed for administration of living In Florida. tae. /99cu.ryoryl.NMl MIMPOSUMIS MOO 15.250 SAVE :20'
In addition to the usual ones The report taken from theVA's '100"/ lUTE AND PICA Uf tout CIHM MINIS ONEPOUND i
Denver asked; in the monthly surveyon compensation and U IHf slat OfflCI CAN 89
and Mrs
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pension a
last week ,
Devrick returned Q,!'
conducted 444 Spanish-American War : ..."o.L-"e
from two weeks visit with nationwide by the Bureau for veterans living as of July 1977- allIN GIANT 1."o.L--.fit ii 1-."e 71
friends the U.S. Department of Labor. 418 in the U.S. and 26 outsidethe : .A.:, CONTADINA
Charleston Results of t the monthly Iced IBATHROOM
U.S. There were 655 of the ''' ." Tea BAR-B-O TOMATO
employment survey provide veterans alive one year ago. ... : MIX I CLEANER
Mr. and Mrs. Norman data on conditions in the labor The Spanish-American War .;, ,/99 ,,'u SAUCE SAUCE

Walker and two sons of force prime indicators of the veterans' average age is 96.3 HO .99C S -kVAaI ..,ou.. .. .89c .
Gainesville were last Thur. economic health of the years. California and Florida B 1 311 3/l

sday visitors of her grand country For example in July lead in the number of Spanish -................. (Wi
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women in the civilian labor PIES HEALTH & BEAUTY AIDS!
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SepL,15.1977 TELEGRAPH Page

Tornado Gridders Meet Ocala Vanguard Friday

I Knights Offer Stiff Challenge football execute Nose ,"guard well Hurse to Leroy said.move Reed the Hurse Sees ImprovementCoach ment running gaining since back consistency Thursday Marvin and while is

leads the defensive charge! for Tyson
all and he's said Norris likes to (he Knights. Reed is strong Moore continues to improve, Hurse
'Coach David Hurse saidFrlday's year probably Hurse David Hurse his "We've had some good Individual and defensive backs said.
'the best veer ball but he is also and fast and is the Knight'sbest says
opener against Ocala quarterbackwe'll keep the a 1977 Tornado gridders have efforts from time to Donald Reddish and Esau Hurse
face Hurse said. good roll out passer. Ends lineman. The defensive Bright.To along with
Vanguard should be a real made good progress sinceThursday's time but football Is not an improvement on the offensiveline
Norris, and Mike front four 200
quarterback Billy Raborne Boyle averages shut down Vanguard'sinside
challenge for the Tornadoes. scrimmage but he individual sport it's a team there's been .
for the Improvement
Knights, picked 83 and Proman Glenn Young'are pounds. game Sexton said he
"They're. big and yards on the ground up and for Norris. added, "We had to, to be ableto sport" Sexton said. in the backfield as well.
Iggressive, Hurse said of the good compete." would need good play from
scored two touchdowns last The defensive backfield is To be successful
The and was the key to their can go up the middle. Romeo and safety Vince hope to beat Vanguard they'Uhave quarterback Glenn Norris will and linebackers Lawrence good game from ends David
Knights opened their
offense. Williams had two touchdownsin Rollers Romeo worked to play good solid foot- really test the corners of the Patrick Chuck Register and Walker and
eason last week with a 25-7 last week's opener aggressively against the run ball and avoid costly turn- Tornado defense because of Isaiah Jenkins Kenny Rodrique.
victory over North Marion In Joining Norris in the said he thinks
while Rollerson demonstratedhe overs. his to and throw the Hurse
ability run Sexton said in practice the
the contest Vanguard gained backfield are runningbacks The Tornado offense will could'cover a lot of groundon The area most improved in roll-out defensive haven't Vanguard will have an advantage
ever 300 yards with their Veer Gus Williams and Barney have no easy time moving the pass against North the last week of practice is the pass. been taking advantage players of their having already
tffense.I Johnson. Johnson is known as against Vanguard. Marion. The Knights offensive line. Hurse said that played their first game last
size and but he
I "Their quarterback will be a tough blocker and hard "Their defense is big and backfield : off two senior Bobby Smith had a Sexton said the key to strength week.
Ane of the two best we'll face runner while Williams has the experienced we'll have to in last picked week's good week of practice.An stopping Norris on the outsideis added "Maybe ball we'll "be a "We'll still have to settle
passes game Friday night club
addition to the offensiveline the play of tackles Fred down and get used to playingbut
"They run the veer just like is Kenneth Cruger at Wood and Marty Russell ends Quarterback Jeffery I think we'll be all right
A we do and their quarterback is guard. Cruger, the Tornadoes Rowland Cummings Alton Norman has shown improve- Hurse said.
REGISTER L. P. GAS CO. experienced in reading the starting nose guard on defense -
defense," Hurse said. was added to the offen-
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Johns Ed had a nice stringtoo ',.,,',:>/" Set
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with one that weighed 7 ,;'',,' ",.k P'rt t\"\." '", )'<,."(,' I', '. :. Fowl Season
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was a tie for third ,
will be
,. all other dates onehalfhour
place between Col.Bell and ''it Florida waterfowl hunterscan
:k; ''C. before sunrise to sunset.
Jody Starling. The Col had .' 1t\-:\ look forward to 12 noon In addition to the 50-day
one that weighed 10 Ibs. 5 oz., \. Wednesday, November 23, 'as regular season, a special 10.
oZf' while Jody had one in the five the opening of the 1977-78 day scaup (bluebill) only
O to six pound class. season. season will open In designatedareas
Chuck Durkee, Harold Again this year, the main from January 21
, Branham and Julian McRae season will be broken into two
'' 31.
'' through January
: : :'I "C lA."ORDr" \ all had some nice bass. + .y segments: November 23 '
BY ,NIIL Don and I had the limit, but through December 4 and The point value system of
by Neil Crawford At approximately 11 am we needed that big one to f December 14 through January determining the hunter's daily] '
Bradford Bassmasters held Col Bell and Sam Wise came make the difference. 1 20. bag limit will\ be used again
in all direc Bonnie Evans had a nice this as it has for the
their September tournamentin worms year past
by flipping 1 hours on
he Official shooting
catch Donald Spencer says +,* several seasons.r There have,
the Dunnellon back waters tions, The Col seemed to dates of each
and and KF couldn't seem to I the opening been no changes from last!
Saturday, Sept. 10. excited about something November 23 and
fish 'a segment
locate the Y
The club had a good turn out Don and I questioned themwe year in the point value of the
as W.T Smith and Eddy Bryan i.. December 14, will be 12 noon .
for this event, all but three soon found out why. The i hours forFUQUAY'S various species.POLAROID
)had a nice string of fish, they to sunset. Shooting
landed 10 Ib 5 oz.
members were present Col had a
needed that big one, too.
The Dunnellon backwatershave bass, a real beauty. ,
become very popular Col Bell said Sam was a Bob Taylor said he couldn'tget
with the Bassmasters. They wonderful guide. Sam said the that lunker to pick up his CARPET CIEAPIIfrGSTEAhICLEANINGORSitAMPOOING
have landed "some" bass in bass were only biting out of worm, says all he could catch ,'
those waters. the back of his boat. He was were small.
At 7 a.m. all Bassmasterswere frustrated Sam just Total pounds landed for the F' u' 1'
set for the long hot day remembered the old saying day was approximately 225 of >rTp.Mia' FREE DEODORIZER

ahead (RHIP) "Rank has it's bass. } "rt ;. ,ti''h ; Y f,' Iw hk yj'1GJI WITH CLEANINGDEPENDABLESERYCE
priviledge The Bassmaster banquet
Don Brown and I, Don Mill be Saturday, Sept 17, at 8 .
Thompson, Chuck Durkee, At 7 p.m. all Bassmasters p m, Starke Country Club .. 'Quality Work
Donald Spencer, and R.F. returned to the landing for the I Hoping to see all you Bass-

Bryant all headed for the weigh-in.Most masters present M 4t. itigt FREE Estimates Call Today f
art the club I would 'c'.1
bottom end of the backwaters were happy vuth their On behalf .u; u' 1'.t Yi'' iw
By 10 am more Bass- catch, and some unhappy like to congratulate Dale 964.8596
masters joined us in the wood After all had weighed their Johns for winning the :
catch, we found Dale Johns tournament also, Edwin for t
pile.Don and I landed about 35 the winner Dale had a fine placing second and Col. Bell ;;
bass and Jody for their fine effortin FLAG FOOTBALL OFF AM:; RUNNING! ; Under the watchful eye of referee Dewey Also Tile.. Floor
bass by noon,but only 19 were string of including one .
Kitchens Tile.Sunday was -
and heads upheld against
keepers We just couldn't get that weighed 10 Ibs 5 oxSecond third place McKlnney Steve Walker pulls in a pass 9.1-9 31 Stripping & Waxing
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Boys CC Behind ScheduleThe I Ormsbee Leads Girl CCCoach

and Jane Saucer and two could' really 1 help the
BHS,, boy's cross with only four boys," Howard ran hurdles for last year's s Melba Howard has a Tornadoes later in the season.
reason to smile, her top five sophomores,Valerie Chandlerand
. country team may have an Tornado track quad, "Right ,now, we're not
up- Itankerson
far Judy are-all
said.Howard cross country runners are ,,
: hill battle this season with said the Two new arrivals,*Frank running races-we're just
ahead of last years pace. working to crack. the top
only one man back with any competition from football Coss and Reginald Brown, seven. training. We (don't want to
cross country experience. makes it hard to get kids to have filled the squad l out to the ,7 Howard, who coached the peak, too soota, our goal is to
run cross country but he's still needed five men Howard said j1'r Lady Tornadoes to the state, Howard said the new girls peak just about the time of the
""Except for John Tatum trying to recruit for this both lack experience but are, finals last year, said her top are running about three milesa districts, Howard said.
none of.the other four have run season. working real hard trying to five consisting of Merri night and she's pleased with One of Howard's returning
cross country before" get in shape.Howard'sald. Ormsbee, Cindy Griffith, their letterman, Nancy McNeal,
progress so
has been sidelined with
Howard said.Howard "I have trouble getting kids : Richardson, Laura Chandler sore
but the et are good, the team was were knees but Howard expects her
also has the they're dedicate and I have two weeks late in starting andshouldn't ,, i Chase all and running Virginia real Crawfordare well. pointed out as two girls who back in the lineup soon.
, problem of a small roster. very few problems with be strong in the ktk "
: Five boys are needed to them," Howard said. the early late part of the season but "Right now Merri is further Girls VB Opens MondayCoach I
compete as a team in cross Two of Howard's trackmenare start might be an ahead though than the rest of
country and he presently has giving cross country a try advantage toward theseason's the girls," Howard said.
only five boys out. this season. Sophomore Todd' end. .. tAii1 : The girls who have been out Inex Harvey is Harvey is also working witha
"U anyone gets Injured Samons and junior Donald "I'm going to bring them the full three weeks are now hoping the BHS volleyballteam little different style of play
Bve'll let the boys compete as Wilson are both looking good, along a little slower and try topeak I :" .q running over eight miles a will be ready for this year The new style
1 Individuals but there would beTO according to Howard. Samonswas them for the districts; I'J 4 night preparing{ for the first Monday's home opener requires more passing and
way we could win as a team a pole vaulter and Wilson it's the last four weeks of the ..._ __... _... .7T-'" meet on Saturday, Sept. 24, in against Macclenny, but she setting than in th past and
II! season that counts," Howard County Commissioners Hazel Paulk and Maxie Carter pull Palatka. has her doubts. allows for more spiking.
said.1GAL. names including a Social Security card out of the garbage "I just don't think they're Harvey trimmed the rosterto
UVING I dumped at Crosby Lake Cemetery "Laura and Virginia are mentally ready to play yet," 14 girls. She plans to use
way farther ahead in progress Harvey said. seven girls alternating/ the
ROOM CARPET J ROOh than they were at this time top six positions. The top
DIVING ROOM Jordan Agency Commissioners discussed last year and they should Main problem is lack of seven are: Betty Hudson.
At starke
& HAIL methods during their meeting really be able to help us," experience, the coach says. Sandra Barnes, Sylvia
CLEANINGSteam Sept. 12 for the arrest and Howard said. Betty Hudson and Emma Jenkins, Janice Jockel
25.25 35 35r 9645237DEDICATED conviction of persons dumpingon Murphy are the only players Emma Murphy, Janet
FIRE public property. Mrs Two weeks ago Howard was returning from last year's Williams and Vonda Brown
worrying about depth on her squad. Hudson Brown and Jockel
And Tint Paulk said she Is also
squad but since then she'sadded ,
"Our inexperience is what is are the team's top spikers
At This Low Price checking out the same five new girls to the
really hurting us, the girls are Emma Murphy has the best
penallties dumping
the skills, but serve.
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WE GUARANTEE TO SERVING' YOUR INTEREST' private property at the roster. Four freshmen, aren't able to work togetherand "Our timing is off on a lot of
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cemetery. apply them," Harvey things but we hope to gel by
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McLendon Book Rides Wave of Public Interest in Florida's Return to Chairl 1

James McLendon's new The impact of the accidental York, and Boston,returning to On -loday" he will be "DeathworK" may make \..\
book "Deathwork. couldn't timing was reflected in the Florida October 1. The tour Joined by his father, R.P. publishing history for a first T' t cS cV
have come at a timelier time. stir created in the news media will include an appearance on (Paul) McLendon,of Starke, a novel, with an initial printingof ., \ e
The plot revolves around about McLendon and his NBC's' Today Show in New long-time prison employe 25,000 copies, as comparedwith n
Florida's electric chair, and booktwo articles in Sun York on September 26. from whom the author ob- the average 3,000 usually a
Governor Askew Monday day's Times-Union, another In tained much of his prison allotted to a relatively
signed a death warrant for the the Gainesville Sun, an material. The elder unknown author. McLendonhas
state's first prisoner to be Associated Press interview in McLendon. is qualified to alreayd netted "half a h
electrocuted since 1964.McLendon's the New York Times, a speak on 'the subject. He million" from advances from I d
Monday night appearance on witnessed 114 executions the publishers, plus movie I SIPa&el0
factual- Channel 7's Feedback during his 25 years of 'em rights, and a yet unpublished
fictional novel, which will go program, another on the Dick ployment in the .prison second novel in a proposed
on sale in bookstores Monday Stratton (Channel 4)) Midday system. trilogy on prison life and :'

concerns a memorable day program Tuesday, and an ,,y In addition to all this, escape. The book itself has or-
Florida executed four .
when appearance on "The Won "Deathwork" is slated to be already grossed over $1.4 .
condemned persons, all in the derful World of Books," Y the Literary Guild selectionfor million for all interested

same day. WFLA-TV, Tampa, on August, adding to the parties, Including its I
Thursday.In prestige of the book's already publishers and a group of .
If he had planned it that assured bestseller status. investors to whom the author : : .
way, the 35-year-old author sold 25 per cent of its take,
who struggled for ten years to addition to these exposures Although the publication of -' .
support his wife and three McLendon will leave "Deathwork" could not have "Everything came together ". -
children on the uncertain Sunday on a whirlwind tour of received better timing from a to make the book a success," 1 .

income of a freelance writer, personal al'pearancesradio commercial standpoint it McLendon says. "I struggledfor .
could not have picked a more and TVIn a dozen eastern all accident ten years as a freelance
was quite by or
time for the cities, including Atlanta, perhaps the author was born writer, and I guess this is the .v'u

publication of his book on Baltimore, Washington, under a lucky star. The fact is payoff for persistence and .
prison life. Cleveland Philadelphia, New that he wrote the novel with no many months of not knowing I ..
idea that the State Supreme where the next rent money .
from. But who .
was coming
Court would put the con- .
troversial electric chair backin could have ever dreamed that .
when my book would reach the .
the news it recently
stores just a few months after .
ruled that Florida's revised .
capital punishment law was Florida's Supreme Court .
declared the revised death .
etriTcmiALs constitutional, and executions .', .
law constitutional
could be resumed. To cap the penalty S .
and the exact same week that .
climax, by Governor another Askew coincidence the Governor signed the first Jim McLendon pictured In the tiny attic workroom of his HlolnHock/ ; N.C. home whl're1ht' ..

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13 Although shipments of .
years. "Deathwork" are already in VETERANS AFFAIRS :

Although a first reading of the hands of booksellers, they T""'
Telegraph Again Printed the book might give the impression are not scheduled to go on sale County Agents By byf'illlamS.llaas :
that "Deathwork"has until next Monday. This is not 1 Service Officer : ..
an anti capital punish- to say that a copy may not be Bobby .

ment slant, due to the grim- bought this week from, an Notebook Do not let lost documents .
In Its Own PlantAnother ness of its story line, such is eager retailer who does not Taylor prevent you' from seeking: .
not the case. This was made choose to observe the release JiJJ veterans benefits. Some

plain on Monday night's date. veterans..who cannot locate

milestone in the 98yearold operated from a continuous roll of paper, Channel 7 Feedback program Before he forgets, in all the Most of our homes and Webworms are greenish birth or marriage certificates .
history of The Bradford County so that each sheet did not have to be fed when McLendon- or rather excitement of success, businesses now-a-days have caterpillars which feed at do not apply for benefits Because ,
both McLendons (his father they believe these documents -
one or more house plants. The night, and rest in a curled
into the hand. This McLendon would like to
Telegraph was reached this week with press by speeded up accompanied himspoke) number of calls we get about position on the soil surface are essential. \
the completion of installation of a four- the operation, but the quality of printing out in favor of the ultimate apologize in for an an A.P.error story appearing growing and care of these during the day Damage is The Veterans Administration

unit Speed King rotary web press with could not compare with today's offset penalty. released Monday under the plants indicates that we needto usually seen as patches with will accept a certified

the capability of printing and folding a method of printing.The When the TV interviewer byline John Barbour,with a brush up on things like the grass blades notched on statement instead of an
dateline of Rock watering, fertilizing, light the sides and chewed back original birth of marriage
16-page in one operation at speedsup questioned the State's right to Blowing ,
paper certificate when needed to
die if
requirements and insect and raggedly. The grass may
changed to the offset kill, McLendon the author, N.C., home of the Jim
to 16,000 an hour. paper establish providedin
disease control. the f foilage is tripped off in hot,
McLendon for the
said this "the classic family past
(photographic) method of printing in dry weather, but watering the case of a marriagqui
This week's issue marks the first time 1964, doing all of the operation in its own abolitionist argument, but two years.In Mary Yearta, our Extension allows the grass to recover that it is the first for edtil: III
that in his opinion the State
the paper has been printed in its own plant except the final printing. This improved not only has the right, but also a sketch of the author, Home planned Economist a and for I have on from very severe damage. partner and information VA has no contra-file.
since it converted to an offset the of Barbour said, "He spent his program you dictory on
plant quality printing the obligation to protect its the general care of house Armyworms are dark In past, VA required
operation in 1964. especially photographs and speededup citizenry from murderers and early life in a town of 127 plants. The program will be brown at maturity and feed formal documentation to
people, Starke, which had
the printing The printing ina rapists, even though it involves a held at the Agriculture during the day. Their damageis claims for -
process. support compensation
Since that time it has been printed the "hard decision" of pulpwood loading station, two
central continued until this week Building In Starke at 7:30: ( usually not definite patchesas and education benefits for
plant stores, and a little post of-
plants at Ocala and Callahan, and more taking a life. 20. webworm damage.
"p.m., Tuesday September veterans, widows and or-
when the final that of fice. McLendon said he was
in central in Green Cove step keepingthe chew the
plant Black Armyworms
recently a Dr. Robert our grass phaned children.
of rehabilitationis
The theory referring to the town of
Springs, where a press was purchasedby paper in its own plant throughoutthe a "marvelous idea," the Raiford, location of the Extension Urban Horticul- back severely and more Now, however, VA i-yvill
five area publishers for printing their entire operation including the press author said- but for one prison-and not Starkewhenhe turist from the University of raggedly than sod.webworms accept a certified statement

own papers, and other commercial work. run, was made possible. fact"In murderers and made this off-handed Florida will discuss should topics and If your lawn has some gray- regarding the birth of aveteran's
rapists we are dealing with remark. "Barbour evidently] practices that help you areas check them for child or as proof of
of the lowest let his notes too cold get the most from your plants. green age and relationship in. disability -
With the enlargement of TheTelegraph's Throughout its entire 98 years of ignoble people get / The meeting is open to an'onewith signs of the grass being "
common denominator, and McLendon said. chewed off. It is not unusual to cases.
The could have
operation Telegraph not interest and I hope
family by the an you
newspaper the two just don't equate.
find both lown caterpillars
and made these great advances, all of which But back will plan to attend.September .
addition of theZ/afce Region Monitor getting to his attacking the same lawn, so
the Union County Times it became involved considerable expense, withoutthe "The streets of America are mind-boggling success after is an important watch carefully. any time during the growingseasoa.Theagspotsenjarge .'
solid support of the community and no longer safe for ourselves, years of literary struggle, for fer > ,
feasible for the corporation to own and ftronth during.Midyear\
'. and sod webworms be omesunkenaml'may
children Armyworms
our wives, or our McLendon mused "And to may
operate its own press, according to its loyal readership Starke and. surrounding McLendon said, "and they think-I was just about to hirea '.tilization.final This lawn isMris1 fertilizationin inuinh are easily controlledby stopnutffh' j a/Bfltause}/
for the
publishers Bob Ferguson and John area. will not be safe until the law couple of violin players to our area. All lawngrasses spraying the damagedareas premature dropping5! **?

Miller. enforcement and judicial follow me around wherever I centipede should be with Sevin or Diazinon.
It is significant, perhaps, that this segment of our society follows went to accompany my sad except fertilized with a complete Scab is more serious on
Pecan scab is the most varieties than others
some on
the ultimate hard line. It's incredible!
No one knows just what type of latest advancement is being made fertilizer (such as 8-8-8 or 10- destructive disease of pecansin and causes {'I1ore' damage

printing equipment was used by WilliamW. during National Newspaper Week, Oct. .............-..-.-..--.-..-.-.--..-.-.---............... ....-........-.... 10-10) in early September. Florida. It attacks foliage during wet cool years.
Moore and his son, Sterling, when 9-15, for it was Winston Churchill who Applying the fertilizer now and nuts, limiting productionby Susceptible varieties 'are
once said: "Where free institutions are will give an excellent nutrient lowering nut quality, and Schley, Mahan Pabst, Moore,
the first of The
they printed copy The supply for growth throughoutthe under severe conditions it will Moneymaker, Success,
indigenous to the soil and men have the PitfallThis
Florida Telegraph, as it was then called, winter. Trees and shrubsin destroy the entire crop. Frotscher, Van Deman, and
during the third week of July in the year habit of liberty, the press will continueto our yards also need an adequate !Mobile. More resistant
be the Fourth Estate the nutrient supply to give On the leaves, the infection varieties Curtis Elliott
are ,
1879. But it must be assumed it was vigilant : ,
guardian of the rights of the ordinary world is going mad with its greed and its graft. better cold hardiness and first appears as elongatedolivebrown Stuart. and Desirable. '
either an old Washington hand press or The taxpayers keep getting the point of the shaft winter growth. September Is spots on the

some type of job press that would print citizen. They're like passive cattle behind a high fence, an excellent month to apply underside of the leaflet. Later Chemical control of pecan
only one page of a paper at a time. The fertilizer to ,ornamental the spots turn almost black scab requires 7 fungicide
modern equipment in use today was not We hope that during our 98 years of Who won't break out except in a pinch. plantings of trees and shrubs. and become circular and applications annually, and is

publication we have, in some measure, appear on both leaf surfaces. not recommended for 'dooryard .
dreamed of at that time.
lived to the words of the But too much prodding with a rail or a spike, The primary caterpillarpests Heavy leaf drop occurring trees. Homeowners
Will make them jump out to see what it a like. of our lawns are the this year because of this should plant the
Fortunately, The Telegraph at first English statesman, and war-time leader, tropical sod webworm and fall disease. Dark brown to black resistant varieties to
and can think of no better dedication for Then they get a taste,of feeling free, the nuts
was small in size (only four pages), and armyworms. patches appear on scab damage. ml
And won't hold still for the "Powers that be.
than to that the
few copies were needed (probably only our new press hope
three hundred newspaper it prints will always remain
two or ) in the tiny townof .
Go into the food store, yo-u'llfind up ahead ,, ..,. \ .! 'If:
Starke in 1879. Otherwise the "the vigilant guardian of the rights of bread. ", "I Sy ,' : fir" I
Food-stampers rate meat, while taxpayers get \
:. '
publishers would never have "made it" if the ordinary citizen.
For they can't eat and dress so swell, I
they had to produce the more than 5,000 As some of the food-stampers, who do it so well .
of The I .,
copies Telegraph printed weekly .
today, usually containing 16 or more Correction in NumberingA When offered any kind of "Revenue-scaring" deal '" ... ..\.. ... i.

pages. It's "Use it or lose it,"the officials feel. 1 '

Like planting a crop you do not need 1If" 1-
After the original Washington hand change in the consecutive Simply because you inherit the seed.

press was discarded, The Telegraph was numbering in the masthead of The

printed for several years on a job press Telegraph was made last week to Things are getting so bad, some barely survive, i

that was capable of printing only one correct an error that slipped by without Along with the honey, they're robbed of the hive.
at a time. The sheet of newsprinthad
page notice several months ago. If the weight isn't lightened before too late
to be folded in the middle, makingfour
Our world of love will turn into hate.
smaller sheets then the front
Each issue of the paper carries the

back were printed, one page at a time. volume number (the number of years The rich get richer from the man in the middle

After that operation the paper must be the paper has been published) and also While the shiftless on welfare do nothing but piddle
refolded the other
could be
so two 1.
pages the issue number, which runs from 1 to The destitute give up and drop by the side
before the
printed completed paper was 52, and starts over at No. 1 each time the The middle-man is penalized because of his pride.He .
finished. It was a slow and laborious
has a birthday. ..
operation, and would be impossible with
circulations of works all his life for a decent place
the large today.
Through a typographical error in But what does he get?A slap in the face;

changing the issue number one week With there
a permit here and a permit ,
Later The after
Telegraph, moving to
last fall, this number was moved several Dom't be surprised, when they 'PERMIT the air.
its present location after 1900, bought a weeks ahead of what it should have

secondhand, flatbed cylinder press that been. Due to this error, the issue of It is one big struggle to pay all the fines, .
could four
print pages, all on one large 1977 carried the number "18th One of'two huge tanks being Installed '
Sept. 1, While getting cut by all of those tines at Florida ll)drocarbon in 1(0vt'rnllJt'nt-ordt'rffi
sheet of paper; then the printed sheets up slop from natural to diesel fut'1.Hydrocarbons. comer
issue" whereas it should have been the Being taxed for the poorandAX'd by the rich, gas

were run through the press again, "7th issue." lye a mournful sound "The Poor Ox In The Ditch "
printing the reverse side, after which

the paper was run through an intricate The error was corrected with the God isn't pleased with this stress and strife. Plant Conversion

folder in a separate operation emergingas issue of September 8, which carried the We've sure made a mess of'mortal'life.

an eight-page paper. correct number 8, since the new year of We have sinned and come short of the Glory of God, From Gas to Diesel Under WayThe

publication was started on July 21. The And desecrated the place where our Saviour trod.
Later still, in the 1940's the paper Telegraph was founded during the third

installed a secondhand web press, which week of July in 1879.Qr But one of these days before too long. coming home energy to at crunch least one Is cording Hydrocarbons to Bob King Florida October 1, King said. ThJ .

God will call us, then we'll all be gone industry in Bradford County manager. general deadline for completing the

Some to the place He's prepared on high, with Florida Hydrocarbons, conversion is Feb. 18.

Rl4q ( ryr Others to burn where their Souls never die. Inc., forced by a Federal The conversion will The FPC or'der was a part of
rN Power Commission order, necessitate the Installation of the new energy
4 i Ola Mae Redding Issued in August 1976 to two 430,000 !gallon! storage conserve more natural program gas I ftttl to
acnv( rpn liji PI1 convert the operation of its tanks for which an J82.000 household use. King saWI II
Mcweu yC : Lawtey, Fla. Brooker plant from natural permit was issued by the exploration Is continuing In

............. ..,.,........................................ gas to diesel fuel. county conversion in August, including, and the total new 'the search for new gas fields
Bl( (U ERG'JSON' JOHN M. MILLER .Tl..,order applied to all U.S. piping and pumps will run froa. is also< present time the
'x"10$ Publisherswtered plants that could convert from clone to $700,000 King said. billion cubic feet importing of two
gas to another fuel. The tanks to the gas per
11dhwnYl! "oICtTt"'iC1,' and is -n'cond Class Mitt .it' the Post Office at\ Stark cla under type are shipped. .day from Mexico. _
Hydrocarbons chose diesel for plant site in
8x16 sections,
A.,. ",' ate. h.4 !879!! 0 its Internal In addition to the higher cost
0 combustion requiring about 2\2\ weeks to of
SulncnpUan'at-'uaaDearea $7 per year $4 six montns. dlfel> as.compared with
engines, and No. 6 fuel for the weld together and complete
Outside\ IrjcV' '11 a $8 pr year. $4 50 six months rich-oil heater. Con.' the erection also regltr operation will
process on site. One tank
I IYe ''.$6U., Starke. Fla. In 16th ,b.li.v.d a some
t" century Switzerland peopl. throwing version to Is more maintenance -
.ton.. Into coal was notnossible already In place, and the than the

t lake'would vcau** itornu. for"the"plant, ac other should be completed by method' of operation preimtd,

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Sept.IS. 1977 TELEGKiVPII Page 11

Local Officials Applaud Ruling On FinesWhen :r--- ---- .

the slat supreme Reddish said he was opposed driver incentive fund as unconstitutional Phillips said the actual Fw1--L--r -_? ...(.".,
court found the controversial to the total concept of and the fines amount of fines collected is .4If'.,:
$57.73 fine for a moving traffic the Good Driver Incentive will revert to the pre-July 1 lower than last year. The fineis __ ",<
violations unconstitutionalmany Program set up by Florida's level Sanders was also glad to the amount paid minus the a Ii"
local officials breatheda 1977 Insurance Reform Act. see the law repealed. surcharge for good drivers
\ '
of relief.
, sigh and the crime victim compen- ... ;
"It was like double "I I felt It tied the hands of the sation surcharge.
"While we're sworn to uphold jeopardy first you fine them court" Sanders said. Phillips speculated fewer ,
doesn't the law and we do it" then they had to pay a surcharge "In Bradford County no one tickets being issued and few, I I.I
mean we like to, because they broke the contested the law but there people paying the fines as the ,
Reddish ;
Dolph said. law and then their name went was a lot of flack and disagreement reason for the lower fine total.
to Tallahassee so their insurance over it," Sanders While some police and

'...................1 company could be said. sheriffs departments in the -N-4
.. notified "and their rates in The extra $30 collected on state did ease up on Issuing
13) C"!) creased Reddish explained. the fines will probably have to tickets while the higher fine .
: Starke Police Chief Jimmy be refunded but Sanders said was in effect for the Florida _
Bowen also favored the repealof he would have,.toiwaitvonl, \ Highway Patrol it was .I'I"
i CJ the higher fine. official word from business. as usual. __
. .....A Tallahassee before any refunds "It's not our job to judge the ___' "" I
. : "I'm glad they reduced it, if could be made. law only to make sure it's .f
. .. they're wrong there is no need Betty Phillips of the Bradford enforced" Sgt. Paul W. '
.. to take groceries out of their Traffic Bureau said Carter of FHP said: .
. .. families mouths" Bowen during the month of July "While the fine was in effectwe \w i1"I
. Smile.Ibu'reon. said. $4,470 was collected for the wrote as many tickets and ,,, ,, ,.y,
: County Judge Elzie Sanders good driver incentive fund and possibly even more than we ". .. } tYl 1 \
: explained the court ruled the she estimated August's total did last year during the same r.'.. ," ...;"
$30 charge marked for good would be about.the same. period" Sgt. Carter said. .i. I. .
Weight ;,.., .
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Watd Pensions To Increase For DuPont Retirees I ...
ers. .. );,tot, '1;"i"'"" '".

Enjoy franks on rolls, .. "
cheeseburgers: real cocoa : Improved benefits to the Du February 21 and received received increases of up to 12 : j:;
milkshakes and more within Pont Pension and Retirement Internal Revenue Service in their monthly
limits, and learn to lose Plan effective September 1, approval on August 26. percent. This was the fourth
weight at a Weight Wjuhurs" : at the company's Trail Ridge Platt indicated that these Increase in pensions
meeting near you. and company :
Highland plants will
. pension improvements are a since 1966.
: WEIGHT : Increase company-paid result of the company's continuing The Du Pont Pension and
pensions for retiring em examination of
its Retirement Plan establishedin n,
: WATCHERS : ployees.According. employee benefits program in 1904 and one of the first in ,
: The Authority : to Plant light of the needs of its em- American Industry pays
Manager K.B. Platt the ployees and retirees as wellas benefits to more than 34,000 l !
:. .:.-.:-::':-:-:.-:: ..:-:.!-::.-::::"'.':,'=: ...: will major change is that pensions such factors as inflation former employees and survivors : !
. be calculated on employees' increases in Social Security .
: pay in their three benefits and comparison with
. 'IIt'I t 'Torl'ratfliacioateiosingwdght.. :. highest-paid years with the the benefits provided by other '..
company instead of the five leading Combinedwith __
companies. '
: Reo. Center Pratt '
Street .
: highest-paid years. Social Security Du Pont Shopper examining ." arrir.r Q.
. Monday 7:00: P M The change will increase in '
pensions give many longservice J product; supermarket: F x
WEIGHT pensions by an average of 8 employees a retirement There a lot more food. L ; J f +
: WATCHERS : percent for Du Pont employees income that compares favor- mixed with the additives in : :
. >r.If... .. ... f ,
. The Authority retiring in 1977. ably with their working income this one. .il' ...... .., r
fat Man Mo Call .
. The amendment to the plan after taxes. Reamer Keller In The -
. Toll Fn 1-a00-J4r.at5S .. was approved by Du Pont's In January employees who Wall Street Journal

:.................., Board of Directors on retired before the end of 1976 : : : ; In c--- I

Phone Lines
] pCJOQCpO( ( ( (] 1JaJ I (! C[ Going Underground ,

T G & Local customer service manager for Continental TelephoneCo. December S39.000 of the project w ill be completed. Titmus said
301 S. Starke, Fla.IIIIIIII .. Charles litmus confer with !Mark Bradley about the Continental has brought in extra help| and heavy duty crews to
111I11I11I111I111111I11I111111I1111I11I111111I11I1111I1111 1111111111111I1111I11I1111 elimination of about 15 overhead wires at Madison and South Improve service to the customer and dress up the sky.
Thompson streets that will be placed underground. The project. Titmus said will eliminate trouble spots in the I
FABRIC I SHOPSA Titmus said the current work Inside the city Is part of $70,000 downtown business area and bring up to specifications all the
worth of rehabilitation over a two year period lie said as of houses that can be gotten too

Sen. MacKay To Speak Here Tuesday .

Senator Kenneth "Buddy" Civil Defense Building on uS- around noon. The afternoon will also be present
SPECIAL MacKay will be the main 301 north beginning at 10 a.m. speaker Is Dr. William May Local organizer Joe
r speaker Tuesday, September A question and answer from the Department of Kerrigan said over 200 peopleare
SELECTION OF 20,at the meeting of the North period will follow MacKay's Health and Rehabilitative expected to attend the
6 Central Florida Coalition of speech scheduled to begin at Services. Officers from the conference with delegates

FIRST QUALITY _;/fl fl Senior Citizens at the county 11 a.m. Lunch will be served Congress. Senior Citizens from over 50 organizations


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Con Artists Bilking Local ResidentsThe ; Well-Known Starke Violinist In Folk Art Directory ,

I :;
"Beautiful Dreamer" and team up and play some morning services at first .. ]
"Jeanie With the Light Brown religious music.McKinney Methodist,First Christian and
con game, or how to saying the lawyer wants to see leave the bank or wait until get calls to check out sales Hair" both Stephen. Tester said he performs St. Mark's Episcopal,
smooth talk a stranger out of you and gives you directionsgot you reach home. He will iden men and are interested In songs are ,his favorites said classicals, as "I Love You McKinney also alternates at
his hard earned cash is a third of the money. Both tify himself as an official and "checking out each and every Starke violinist W.B Truly" at weddings and the First Baptist, New River 'i
probably the oldest and most strangers advise the third take the money from you. He one." r y McKinney. Stephen Foster songs at Baptist, Madison Street a Iv II
cruel of all crimes to afflict party to go to the bank and assures you your money will Also the police would like to Included in the Florida festivals.A Baptist, Hope Baptist and
mankind is happening all over withdraw cash. be returned to your account in check out suspicious personsin Folks Arts Directory for 1978, regular for Sunday other area churches. 1r
the United States and Starkeis The con is done when the a couple of days after the dishonest a neighborhood. Recent y.ni
McKinney is listed along with )
no exceptionaccording to woman who works for the employee Is caught. daylight burglaries of six area other musicians, dancers, tale I." ..: : : '. '.:-. :.:. \ :nid I 0I)
lawyer offers to take the Then he leaves with the homes made
city police investigator were under the tellers, artists and craft
George Tomasovitch.The money to her boss and get money and is never seen guise of door-to-door salesmen persons. ST
your share. She returnsto again knocking on both back and THE BEST :
most recent case has front door to check if anyone is
been the apprehension of an home.If A native of Bradford \I
Alabama man in Escambia "A'con artist' Is 'confidence artist' who succeeds by getting a door is answered, County, McKinney said he has -:1: S
County who passed almost your confidence He succeeds by getting you to believe in him Tomasovitch says, the been playing for 34 years andis SOMETIMESCOSTS f''
$3,000 worth of bad checks in and his story. "salesmen" are capable of partly self taught and
If you think you could pick a con-artist out of a crowd you'rewrong. : attended tfd b
the Starke-Keystone Heightsarea putting on a full home the Jacksonville
said Tomasovitch. He lIe's not shifty-eyed. lie's not nervous lie's pleasant, demonstration with a College of Music for three ,
soft spoken and polite. A con-artist can just as easily be a LESS eD
explained the couple would complete factory kit and will years. eDC JC J
enter a bank and open an woman, an attractive sympathetic. ht'lpfllloman. even take orders and deposits.The McKinney said he recently eDT
chances when meet con-artist, you'UUke him.
are a
account with a bad check you investigator said the best completed his seventh year of, !
he's heartless armed robber. lie's justas
written out-of-state Hut remember, as as an for the playing at the
on an help police departmentis Stephen Foster
bank, and then write checkson intent on getting your money. Instead of weapon", he uses not only to call, but to take Festival held at White Springs in the Its S
lies.And once he's got he's gone forever
your money ,
the new account to buy down car license tag numbersof each year. An6 w
From "lIow To Lose Your Life Savings In Jo'IVl'finutes": '
merchandise and receive any suspicious vehicles This year's festival Included a<
cash, Tomasovitch said Tomasovitch also warned Violinist W.B. McKinney 200 performers in the four day --l1 fcU
businesses to be on the lookoutfor still practices about an hour event. McKinney said he has -
Another recent con game in his office. Ot course thereis Tomasovitch also warns any taped money. He saidit and a half every day even not been Invited to the annual longrun hi
no lawyer or office and you after 31 years of playing. "It Is Blue Grass tit
which a local citizen lost $160 againt the con-artist who has been popular in this Festival in
was a slight variation of the never see your money again, poses as a repairman, area to pass "bogus" $20 bill, very much a part of me, said Lawtey, but said someday he

"handkerchief switchpocketbook said Tomasovitch. serviceman, or engineer. He which are actually! $1 with $20 McKinney. ....... hopes.. they will invite him to You not only save on ..
_.._._ ...
In the recent case in Starke
said Tomas dl
drop, will ask to be paid in cash and taped to the corners. "Be 1 1I
ovitch the victim was persuaded to will often times appear to ware of any taped money," ; electric bills year .-- ---,7iTT) T "
The pocketbook drop is put his money with the others have done the work, but afterhe Tomasovitch said. I lof W
accomplished when a into a handerchief and lock it has gore you find the work Another scheme tried in after year, you conserve I :r
stranger, usually a woman, in the trunk of his car has not been done. jewelry stores is to swap an C
starts a conversation with you Handkerchiefs were switchedand Some of the flimflams are: inexpensive ring for a real i Ip electric energy as well. 1'1' st
on the street. While you are the victim found his painting your house and as stone, often creating a _
talking,another stranger, also money gone when the two soon as it rains the paint diversion, and the salesman
usually a woman, appears stangers did not meet him at a washes off: tar roof or driveway only sees the full display tray. OF ALL THE GE J LJ ; J.J.J a
with an envelope containing a local bank.Another ,uses a dark oil that never A con that Tomasovitchsays r l t
large sum of money she dries, topsoil on yard, a mixture has not appeared in the r.i CENTRAL AIR r
claims to have found. She flim-flam success of sawdust and oil; and area yet, is to approach a \I
begins talking to you and the fully tried in Starke has been repairs to car, using plasterand bank with foreign securities, '. t
other stranger about what she the "bank examiner" con paint that falls off in a few such as Mexican, and ask for ) .. CONDITIONINGSYSTEMS : r Fa s
should do. Suddenly she usually pulled on senior days an exchange higher than the e Ii 11r: II
announces that she works fora citizens, said Tomasovitch. The city investigator said actual worth in American iI 1 I ?k' e
lawyer,and leaves to ask his The victim receives a call anytime a door-to-door sales. money. THE 11'r == I i III
advice. She comes back soon from a man who claims to man approaches in Starke he "Anytime a customer triesto .. -- ... : ""IIEXECUTIVE
and says that the lawyer work either with the bankor must have a sales license confuse a clerk about the ==! ,tl
ii 1I
thinks the money should be the police department. He gotten from the city clerk's proper amount of change is r HAS ; : : I.
divided up between the threeof tells you he suspects an em- office and potential customers when that clerk should stop, a
you. ployee at the bank has illegally should ask to see this license. close the cash register and ask -- TOP-OF-THE-LINE 'iU :
withdrawn money Tomasuvitch said the police the manager for help," *"' s.. ....4ff I w I / :.ly tle
The catch is in order to get from your account. He asks department is always glad to suggested Tomasovitch. Looking equally at home W.B. McKinney pauses at Ma ike e.r.
your share of the money, the for your help to trap the dIshonest Builders where he has worked for 22 years. QUALITY WITH ,:; '
lawyer says you have to show employee You are I n
that you already have moneyof asked to go to the bank and No Speed Traps Around Here, Bowen Declares STARKE S
your own.The first stranger withdraw money THESE FEATURES : a
leaves to see the lawyer and The con man will approach There are not "speed traps" checking out several so-called Lawtey for the past 16 years MERCHANTSMEN'S
returns shortly claiming she you on the street after you anywhere in the immediatearea unfair traffic tickets in during which Lawtey, Starke, The Highest Efflclency'j C
on US-301!, including Starke, Lawtey, and Waldo, or Waldo has never been declared Up to 9.7 BTU's per p
Lav,ley. Waldo or Starke, and found no basis for any of a speed trap. FLAGFOOTBALL Watt-hr. w 01
.. Buck-To-School Fashions Police Chief Jimmy Bowen the charges. "Mr. Warren, for your d
: told the Starke city "I'm talking about information, Lawtey will The Quietest Outdoor GE's Original Spine't'' It
r (+ commission Tuesday night. Lawtey," Warren said. never be a speed trap as longas Unit of any GE Central Fin' CoilsTopDischarge fid
Discussion of speed traps "I'm talking about Lawteyand I'm police chief up here," Sponsored By Air Conditioning System u helps I fid fia d1al
rT Waldo," replied Bowen. Jordan said Wednesday
arose at the Starke council e Sealed-in-Steel protect nearby plantings, eldi
meeting when CouncilmanJoe Bowen said the last count morning Lawtey and Starke
rr Warren said he believed the state Department of and the county Sheriff's Sawyer-Slade Gab Compressor ( Factory-Sealed t I i tln

Law ley is operating a speed Transportation gave him Departments have always Forsyth Plumbing AU'J1atic: 2 Speed Fan Refrigerant System ''
trap which is hurting businessin showed 28,000 cars per 24 hour cooperated, Jordan points out, Jordan AgencyJulia's 01
Starke Warren based his period going through Starkeon "and we should be proud of
Capacities available from 30,000 to 60,000 BTUH to cool
conclusion on the fact that the US-301 "I don't know whey our county law enforcement." Flowers tlti
Holiday Inn on 1-75 west of they don't stop, but that is Noegel Auto Sales most fine homes. > tin
Lake City has experienced a more cars than we've ever A spokesperson for the AAA Starke tiC rlC
Bldg Supply
Penisula Motor Club in >
20 percent increase in had before. Sears Want More Information?
occupancy rate over the past Mayor Charles Schaefer Gainesville said Thursday, Catalog
year Warren said the suggested that Warren take September 8, they have not Powell's Dairy Freeze VIC
occupancy rate of the Starke his complaints to the Starke had any' complaints for this Pizza Hut CALL FOR FREE HOME SURVEY
Inn Chamber of Commerce to area Starke, Lawtey, or
Holiday is up 10 percent, ; 'ff'It;
but the increase should be the have them'checked out.'Wl'' '' \Valdoaarxl;are not warning Klip-N;(Kurl _AND..ESTIMATE do

-"- "" ,...-...'... same The as the cause.Lake City another Inn. Lawtey Police Chief M.M. their"In members fact there are not any Thomas Flowers Oil By Co Larry GORDON AIR CONDITIONING '& HEAnNer') ai cc

known the speed traps in Florida that we TI
Ludiwici in Lawtey, Warren Jordan, who is as
Hwy 100 Between Starke & Keystone 4734777COMPARE
motorists of said the (
said "The truckers are world famous Silver Bullet, warn y

talking. about the Silver has been police chief at AAA spokesperson. : IP.9, is ..
Bullet, the CB handle of the .St
Lawtey marshal. Str"I
Warren said he "had reasonto "Ist
belive that AAA (American Family Special shM
Automobile Association) has
become involved.'I St
believe 301 is what's II in
Ill keeping Starke alive. If it Every Thursday OUR I SPECIAL I b)

wasn't for 301 Starke would be Ito
another Hampton" Warren All Day E |
0 continued, asking the council PRICES AND I VALUESAFFORDABLE co

'Is there any way, anythingwe V, Lb. BIG BRAZIER FRIES P, sp
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the Back To School Kali luncheon and Fashion Show to be presented AAA representative "comes pt'I
b>' the Junior \VOman's Club, Saturday, September 24, into my office at least three 99cC i flII R
noon at the Woman's Club. times a month."

Brad and Bill will wear outfits from Stump's. Othermerchants "There is no speed trap in Cheese 10'1 Faira .. de
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Sept. IS. 1977 TELEGRAPH Page 13

Brooker Council Trims Fire Dept. Funds


A further cut of $1,083 in the After deduction of $4,800 in expired and was not renewed.The same amount of taxes on the

Fire Department's budgetwas CETA funds from anticipated meeting opened with current appraisals.
to the Street revenue of 1977-78, and the adoption by the council of a
Department for "repairs andpaving" addition of $2,500 in county resolution setting the 1978-79 Expenditures by
at the final hearing funds for the fire departments now stand:
on Brooker's 1977-78 budget not included in department the first, levy at 3 mills, the amount General Administration,
held during a three-hour required in order qualify for 7029.17; Fire Department,
session of the Town Council version of the budget, total revenue sharing funds. This $8,195; Street Department [
Tuesday night. expenditures and receipts for represents a .04 mill increase $5,027.42; Parks, $50; $

Only other major changewas the coming year balanced out over the 2.96 millage Sanitation (salaries), $4,860; wt1I
chaneling an additional at $30,328.50. Brooker's recommended by the County Recreation, $2,050; Law EEi/ffJ
$1,424.17 into the town's contract with the CETA Property Appraiser Enforcement $2,357; Building (
reserve fund. employment program has as sufficient to bring in the Inspection $760. I

equipment budgeted The questioning for several in of the amounts items Fire of' Bach To No rnl al.[ ........................................................ f7////IIfl///

Department Budget by
Councilman C.J. Stalnaker, moved farther back on the conded by Carter to approvethe -Requested more
and a charge by citizen property. same $2,000 in last year's information on raising the
Tommy Raulerson that the budget for the Theressa fees for papers served in civil
Street Department budgetwas Dumping of garbage on Volunteer Fire Department. cases. Sheriff Dolph Reddish ON HOUTI at Has 78 Model Homes
misleading because it private property was a sore Spokesman for the group, said the Florida Sheriff's John Brown'sMOIUt
actually contained no funds point with commissoner Hazel Percy Sullivan, said as Association was co-ordinating
for repairs or paving during Paulk, who is also chairmanof suggested by the rates and he said it would put NOME cm riffv,

the coming fiscal year, the grounds committee for commissioners the Theressa sustaining on "a self R. eoxpose Arriving Daily. . .
highlighted the lengthy Crosby Lake Cemetery group had met with the basis."
Bradford Volunteers and Se
hearing. Paulk said
she was checking into offering neither department said they -Asked for a chance to ,, tf ,,, New Styles And Decor
During discussion it was her personal reward or felt the combined unit would study a proposal for copying
equipment presented by a
disclosed that an item for' contacting those in the work.
Sullivan listed the morale of representative of IBM. "If we Offered In The New
and cemetery association to hire 0- _
"repair paving, $1,844.42"was
have o .
for work an off-duty deputy to patrol both units, the support of the ever our toe, it _-
already has been "
on a machine
Theressa and copy
area. Mrs. Paulk
budgeted performed for, and maintenance nothing was of unauthorized vehicles said and leaving Theressa unprotectedwhen said Roberts referring to past Homes. .
experience in that line.
the truck had to be
streets in fiscal 197879. people are coming onto the i
grounds and dumping brought to Starke as reasons -Refused to approve a C ;,; Come See
Some council members had garbage and "cutting for not combining forces."I $r,800; purchase of two air a r -
also misinterpreted the doughnuts" on the grass. plead with you to give us packs and 10 coats and hats John
budget in this $2,000 the same as last year," requested by chief Harry BroToday
respect, thinking the $1,844 The board was approached Sullivan added, "Theressawas Green (for the Bradford
was. for future work. by Terry McDavid for a quit able to take what was Volunteer Fire Department.
"We've got to dig up money claim deed to a road in given to us and turn it into Commissioners said they For That
somewhere for repair and Brooker, referred to as the old $7.000 last year." would think it over and get
paving" Stalnaker said, road to the Tung Oil Farm Roberts, Shuford, and with the group.
enumerating several McDavid said the road has )Hodges were adamant as in Heard a report about the New HomeYou'll
instances where maintenancewas been closed to the public at previous sessions against the county forest management
needed now. least 10 years and that portionis separate unit. project and the annual fire
Raulerson said, "I can't holding up payment to his h Hodges said giving to one control report from county
conceive of not budgeting parents from present owners department is "a keg of forester Richard Schroder. He Save Hundreds Of Dollars On The Close out
anything for streets." KerrMcGee.The worms" because you then reported the number of wild
The $1,083 trimmed from have departments all over the fires increased in 1976-77 from
the Fire Department had board asked county county starting up. 125 to 134, but added faster Specials At JOHN BROWN MOBILE HOME CENTER
earlier been placed in the attorney Dudley Hardy to "The only time you can stop responses cut the number of
reserve fund, but Stalnaker's check and make a it Is now," added Hodges.In acres burned from 1,556 to 506.
recommendation to the board. other business, the
motion to shift this to the

Street Department won The board added to the 5 board:

approval.Stalnaker. plan priority list for the
also year -Approved the Interdepart-
Chairman questioned Department of Transportationthe mental transfer of $200 to
George Washington
survey, obtaining right of
allow Lowell Parrish to attend
Pierce closely on the number
of air tanks needed by the ways and engineering plansfor the national 4-H conference in says"Dons
the extension of Bessent
department,and several other Hartford, Conn the first weekin
Road to SR-230 and the Flume October. Parrish will
items. Pierce, who serves as repre-
from SR-16 to
extending the state of Florida at the
fire chief, in addition to his SR230.In .
duties as councilman and convention. ..
acting mayor, defended thedepartment's road'sand -Approved upping from worry
business other than
last to for the
year's $489 $495
budget, sayingthe garbage, the commis-
Health and Rehabilitative
expenditures were sioners voted down 3-2 a Service referral to
program but
we're worried.
operation.Stalnaker's necessary. for an efficient motion by Mrs. Paulk and se- be matched by state funds.

motion to limit
the Fire Department's budgetto

$4.000 (including the $2,500 : Sadie Kelly 83 Carl E. McDonaldMr. .
received from the County Carl E. McDonald, 24,
Commission) failed by a 3-2 Services will be held Friday of Jacksonville died Tuesday You should too.

vote. for Mrs Sadie K. Kelly, 83, of September 13, in Memorial worry
Councilman Otis Tetstone Starke, who died Tuesday Hospital following an
countered with a motion to afternoon, Sept. 13, in accident. .
budget $8,195 for the fire Bradford CountYHospital Mr.IcDonald! was
department, including the following a lingering illness. employed as a duct mechanicfor Some people in Washington say, "Don't But the proposed energy bill says: "If the There's still time to get the energy pro

county's $2,500, which -was 0- "Bort\\ "Nov. 19, 1893 in Climate Control of Florida. .. worry about an oil use tax...we won't Administrator determines, that such au- gram into better shape.To make the bills.? '
adopted by the same 3-2 vote: Baldwin Mrs Kelly lived in and while working taccident-1 let Florida suffer. thority: (the state regulatory commission) has fair for Florida. The Senate has time to' i
Tetstone, Nipper, and Pierce this area most of her life She ally cut into an electric wire. not implemented such/ policies. such make changes.
( ) Stalnaker,Jacobs ( ). Born Gainesville, But the bill "A
yes ; no was a member of the KingdomHall in proposed energy says: tax is
Later in the meeting of Jehova Witnesses.Survivors January 8, 1953, Mr. hereby imposed on taxable electric authority shall be considered as not having But there isn't much time. And only you
of his any such enforcement responsibilities until such the It will take
.Stalnaker objected to the McDonald lived most can put on pressure. a
include each calendar
method of purchasing a fiveidaughters-Mrs.: Joyce K, life in Jacksonville. He was of utility use of petroleum during time as he determines. ." (Senate Bill 1469, flood of letters, telegrams and phone
"trauma kit" costing $83 and Jones of Starke, Mrs. Evelyn the Baptist Faith yearafter calendar year 1982... (Senate Part E tthit/i/ deals with' Federal takeover' calls to get these basic changes:
shown to the council by Town Conner of Palatka, Mrs. Suvivors include: his wife, Bill 1472-the tax part of the proposed of state functions) .
Marshal Kenneth Twiss Dorothy Harrell ofTlmmonsville. Lois Kennedy McDonald; one energy program) 1)) write into S. 1472 a clear exemption from

Stalnaker said the kit, for use SC", Mrs. son Bryce Thomas McDonaldof This takeover law will let a Washington the fuel l use tax for any electric utility
in rescue work, was orderedby Geneva Castuluci of Jacksonville; his parents, This tax will hit hardest at a few states which
bureaucrat who doesn't for good
answer to any reason cannot convertto
Pierce without discussingit Timmonsville, S,C. and !Mrs. Mr. and !Mrs Eugene R. like Florida, where conversion to coal by
control coal 1983
Florida elsewhere by
voters in or ;
with other councilmen. His McDonald of Jacksonville;
Merele Krienheader 1983 for all electric
opinion that "the whole Chicago; two sonsHoward: of grandparents Mr. and Mrs. is absolutely impossible every major electric service decision. He 2)) take out of S. /1469 all of Part E, andkeep
council should decide before Kelly of Bradenton and Clyde Clyde C Griffis, Sr. of Lawteyand utilities. States near mines already will control your job, your home life, electric service decisions in Florida
spending city money" was Mr. and Mrs. G.C. Davisof use a lot of coal, and can easily with
State's .
Kelly of Jacksonville; two our prosperity. people who know our needs.
upheld by attorney Jess brothers: Luell Tanner and Starke; one brother, James increase coal use. But we couldn't even
3)) write into both bills positive' incentives to
Wolbert. R McDonald of Jacksonville; the coal much less
Dave Tanner both shipped in,
of Lawtey get get
Pierce said he had asked three sisters: !Mrs. Daisy; and one sister Mrs. Althea new plants permitted and built by 1983. /If they: don't mean what' S. 1469 says, u hy encourage finding and developing new

permission of the county to Thompson of Lawtey, !Mrs. Albert of Jacksonville. So Honda utilities and their customers don't they: change it'There's oil and natural gas supplies, to get nu
the kit out of Furneral services will be
purchase county clear
Winnie Gordon and Mrs power plants approved more quicklyand
funds appropriated to the held Thursday morning 10:30In : stand to pay over $200 million a year in
Bessie Pringle, both of make coal economical
much like this these to more to
more in
department, and that he Jacksonville plus 8 the Evergreen Baptist these new taxes. With only 4% of the
would submit the bill to the grandchildren and 2 great Church near Lawtey with country people, we'll pay almost 10% of "energy" bills. Much that has nothing to use as a fuel

county. grandchildren. pastor Rev. Leonard T. the fuel use taxes! do with bringing you more energy or Your Florida Senators are:
Funeral services will be Melton officiating. Burial will reliable electric service. Much that increases Lawton Chiles Richard Stone
be at Long Cemeterynear
held Friday, Federal control Florida and
Monday Is what things run DeWitt C Jones Sept Chapel 16,with in Maxville under the 1 If they: don't mean what' S. 1472 says, whydon't over Key Senate Committee Chairmen are:
Much that will add the of
into and people run out of. Bro. Leonard Willace and Bro. direction of DeWitt C. Jones they change it.' you. to cost Russell Long Henry M. Jackson
Mark Btltalrt Detroit Gilbert Crosley officiating. Funeral Home of Starke. electric energy by piling on the cost of Bennett JohnstonAll

Free Prc*. Burial will be in bureaucracy.They .
Sapp Some people in Washington say, "Don'tworry can be written to or telegraphed at
at Raiford.
Cemetery Pop Warner about Federal super-control over this address:
will' make changes. .i if you
your state. ..we don't want to take away demand them! Senate Office Building

BRADFORD COUNTY ATIILKTIC Sign Up Sat. your state authority. Washington, DC 20510


.JFULL..NAME.last Warner new; name football,' teams the"-Starte"have! a .:.;.. ,..-_,- .. .The.Mlp.\Vi.t1g.; fQri'aii3l1\) joist r in thisgrgssage: from.SheShgrchoJdgrs: ; : p.f.F,1uri i a.F.Wer: &.Lig t CPrppany.because. ..the energy;. ..._ ... '.:...,< .
( ) TFIrsTT (Middle>)> Buccaneers, and 'right'now'they're proposals now in Congress are vital to everyone who lives and works in Florida. .. : "

OFD' Gillingham Former Sec'y of State Businessman BusinessmanWILLIAM Mayor, City of(Sanford BusinessmanRONNIESPENCER

ADDRESS there are two full teams and Businessman Businessman Businessman! (Ret) Exec. Dir Fla. State C uf C

registration there will be Businessman BusinessmanBILL Businessman JACK L. MOSS Pres. Local 359 IBEW

_WEIGIIT_ enough teams. boys to make four CHARLES D. BAILEY DAR DEN ROBERT E. HUEBNER BaiwarJ Q>. Commissioner STAMEY

Presently mere are over 50 Finance Dep. Clerk, Putnam Co. Pres. Ft. LauJcrJaleCofC EDDY MUSSALLEM Attorney

EXPERIENCE_ yn --2 yrh.--3 yrs,_4 yrs boys registered and JEANNE BBLLAMY Circuit Court WILLIAM JAMES Mayor, St. Augustine ED STEPHENSONPres.
(For team balance) registration is still heldSaturday Pres. GreaterMlamlCofC JEAN McARTHUR DAVIS[ i; State Representative JOHN J. OATES So. Fla. AFL-CIO

Registration will be Businesswoman HAROLD E.KEN DALLJRBusinessman Mayor, RockleJge HANS TANZLER

IN HELPING WITH: Bradford Square Shopping Businessman Pres. Local 759 IBEW ROBERT KESTER Businessman JOSEPH TARAVELLA
Center. There is a $15 fee for
registration which covers DAN BLALOCK GEORGE DUCK Finance THOMAS R. PLEDGER Businessman

MANAGER insurance and uniform. Businessman Dir. Civil Defense, HARLEY KIRK Businessman LEWIS E. WADSWORTHFanner


statement from a doctor State Representative ELMORE KNIGHT Businessman GEORGE H. WEDGWORTH

COMMENTS: saying they are qualified for DAVID BLUMBERGReal BusinessmanGUSFAULK Businessman DONALD H. REED, JR. Businessman
contact sports., The league
Estate Development BARRY KUTUN Attorney ELMER F.
abide by all the rules and regulations of the also requires a copy of boys
Bridled Association now In force and erred. birth certificate that can be JOHN B. BOYres. Businessman State Representative RICHARD SANGER Finance ,',
that hereafter County may be enacted I .'UnTIiERAGREE kept for league records. ? U.S. Sugar Corp. HAMILTON C FORMAN ROBERT P LEVINSON MayorSt. Augustine Beach MILTON WEISS .'\4

CII' TO RETURN any and all property l issued to the Bucs open their season ALAN BRACKET Finance Businessman E. CLAYSHAW'lR. Finance

me by the team upon the expiration of the playing Saturday,Sept. 24, against the Businessman CHARLIE HARRIS JOHN McCARTY CURTIS WESTBRooKJR. s
season CII' whenever 1 have ceased to become a Orange Park Rams. The RAYMOND BUNTON
member of said team. game will be played on the Die Putnam Co.Barge Port M.R. HARRISON,JR. DAN H. McLEROY Pres. Assoc. Dev. Comm St. Augustine "

Signed County home field Fairgrounds.at the Bradford.. RICHARD CASSIDY BusinessmanED Finance Industries of Fla. GENE A.WHIDDON

(Players Signature) Registration is also still Pres. Fla. Forestry Assoc. HEALEY JAMES D MACKEY ROBERT H. SIMMS BusinessmanC.R.

open for cheerleaders. There HENRYC.COLEMANJR.Chmn. .,State Representative FinanceE.J. Exec Die:Dade Community "RUSS" WIMER

signed Parents ) is a $S registration fee which .Volusia HOWARD H. HODGES MELLOTT Relations Board Collier Co. Commissioner
( Signature covers isurance.In Committee of 100 }: Finance Finance ADGER SMITH SHERMAN WINN

a meeting Thursday GEORGE H. COOPER MALLORY HORNE ]J.M. MILLER Businessman State Senator
Team Aa"peelI officers were elected for the '\ Businessman Attorney,former legislator Businessman JAMES C. SMITH LA. USINA > -. "' tJ: :
association. Officers are: Ron Attorney
hereby certify that football. Thibodeaux, president; Pat MARSHALL M. CRISER CHARLES HORNER FRED R. MILLSAPS Finance ''j' '
Is physically able to play tackle Welch, vice-president; Attorney City Commissioner, Palatka Finance _r 1- ::1 I":J...' .... /

Carolyn Griffis, secretary;
Linda K. Gillingham. rn
: I. treasurer; Keith Gillingham. F ..,- ..-. .Y
football commissioner; .
Loretta Marchant, cheer-
l Imtrlinff IIII rvlllor. .

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State Rep. Frank Williams\ D-Starke, :': School!(Board: W illRebid'

"!lt '

Considering Bid] For U.S. House SeatDist. /,4 i. y' it '" 'g.Jabs;

.. ,1" _
25 Rep. Frank of the rest of the country"I displeasure ot the Florida billion in it since 1903. I In an attempt(to contft;closer' ,;Sftbww&l flora the bid were'

Williams, D-Starke, said am very seriously Legislature over the U.S.'s Sen. Henry Saylor, R-St. budgated( MOfttif\: \\.tag'f arts. at Lawtey andAndTsaUey
President Carter's signing of thinking of running," said turning of the Panama Canal Petersburg, has filed a (} I 1 M I I' 10.$521000 school'board member>iaMfyj\ +'" Bard'meribera:
the much-debated Panama Williams. The 2nd over to Panama. In the Senate. i, a workshopsession. TOMMIM. '' discussed..,U$:
Congressional spot is The house memorial, a formof Williams said the memorial ; nlbyVot C'I I-
Canal treaty strengthened, Sept. 13. with at tiMCicli: '' ,.concrete put ;
along with other reasons, his presently held by Rep. Don resolution, urges Congressto if passed, will be sent to all Salley' to .whittle_ \>',pf rtof.' Identa {or. .a' much lower I'
from Altha. invalidate President members of Congress, the } t., Alao- dropped was sits| r I
desire to run for Congress. priority! ll t Y :lh:. Williams said if Carter's signing of the treaties President, Secretary of State the BUS
"The government needs to Fuqua Bids opened Aug. C9 lr_ ,1.work and curbing on ,
be more responsive to the chooses to run again it would and asks the U.S. and Panama and the Speaker of the House. ;: three companies were almost >It' track and iwolored 4 topping oa '
needs and wants of the have no bearing on whether he retain their treaty signed in It will also be sent to every $50,000 over the V pariaff 0M tenons court,' .: ". (

," said Williams. He would seek that office. First 1903.Retention legislatures officer of state budget The board instruct*! ".aUey aid be.would try.to 1iOcreaae I
said people government has gotten so elected in 1962, Fuqua will be of the canal, said requesting they I Salley and the county staff to |be number 'sfbldg.1g'theprbjeCta3yycontacting .
big it has forgotten the "little seeking his ninth term of Williams is of vital adopt similar resolutions."I study and evaluate the Wds J.J.I i imor '
exist.'T office in 1978. Williams won importance to the economyand plan an active role to and report back. ; *' potential bidden.! (
people <
re-election to his third State defense of the country and bring the facts before the board '
said he has been told the .
with the House term in May 1976. Florida and it should not be people" said Williams. He l after (I
frustrated Tuesday checking
generally S
attitudes most politicianshave Williams introduced a joint given away since U.S. said he has prefiled to get the three companies wd' ?:"U 'SUPERI.ORI t
i i'Superior
about running the lives house memorial to Congress taxpayers have invested $7 early committee action. An excited Ronald Martin .la shown with Mr and Mrs. Bill were higher! than expected because '
Sept. 7 expressing the Wild Bill and Girl last result wfcm valuet A 69.42
Causey ( Georgia ) Saturday morning just higher costs :carat, flawless diamond r'
after installed base mobile Citizen's Band radio set ring,
they a up doing smaller; areas.- ; JBtycn I
. UN, LPN Training Offered At LCCCA : .. which put the paralyzed teenager. back in touch with the outside .company figured. '' in, travel auld klgI. at-.'pdMd an auction, which ever
world. the a4dio/
time to site plus
I the
course designed for Cardiac Arrest Practicum. Except for being able to move his arms, young Martin has tional travel and expense'to.sites bought price
to of I1 SOOOO. The
Participants are expected ;:1 ring now
registered and practicalnurses been paralyzed for the past two years after injuring his neck in a at Hampton and Lawtey
Each Elisabeth
working in health care attend all will classes receive self I diving accident on Alligator Creek. The accident happened said Salley. Higher costs also 'I ,, parklM on Taylor'sband I
facilities will be offered .by participant a while Martin and six other youths were swimming in the creek. result when paving ;ta.dame .

Lake City Community Collegethis instructional Registration packet will be handledby ,,",".,, '._ I Martin lives with his f family north of Starke off US-301 on a dirt when school is In session and. ._ Superior timer The
road to the Bradford High FFA farm. Though confined
fall.Basic. leading the paving contractors: ,buff
be receivedby ,
Principles of mail and must is ,, ,",' to the house, Blue Boy, as Martin is now known, can keep in that into the bid, Salley told "kalpa, whlchr the longed \
Coronary Care will! meet for Sept. 16. Registration touch with what's going on through the community and world the board. 'neasure ]in Hindu chrooolgy -
three hours per week for eight also being held at the LCCC via the CB radio. Martin can talk through the base mobile, After an' hour's discussion 'One-- kalpa la equivalent 1M

weeks beginning Sept. 21. The Lacey is encouraged House Early Tuition registration for placed on a table by his bed,without using a microphone.The and looking at blueprints th* to..4,920: !yeara. (. ... n II
emphasis will be placed on is which includes t $300 Teaberry 40-channel AD-DC base mobile was purchased board agreed to advertise (forbids 4lu'\ .'100. : ('
identifying arrythmias and this course all materialsTo by donations from motorists who stopped at coffee again for paving r..._ Superior automobile" : ,
learning the proper emergency send breaks operated by the Cat or land CB Club. The CB'ers held two middle school driveway; to- :AJfa;Romeo autoa, drivenby.efflux
care techniques. register address your coffee breaks, offering free coffee and donuts, at Whispering > topping the high school wool \ percent of Italian I car
Topics to be included in the name number, and registration telephone fee Pines Motel on US-301 south, and got donations while telling court and track, high scheal; t'ownera.. and' One of the very

course include Normal check made to Lake e Ronald's story. parking, Starke Elementary- femora for ,which the de-
Cardiac and Pulmonary Community payable College. to The effort to purchase the radio for Ronald was initiated by drive and parking. The.' +aaed.. may be greater than the 1
Anatomy and Physiology City of Mrs. Arnn MCKiugnt wno got roe CB club involved and who administration parking lot,, ..uppfYTAbove l I..the Alf.tla
the Office Continuing
Electrocardiography Path- Education LCC('. Lake City secured some private donations from the community. A retired was retained as. an alternate-. ;. OTrnew-,.the..Americart. t
ophysiology of Acute Florida. For more information county health nurse, Mrs.McKnight is obviously still looking out '1.0: ;,psflt1tF, '.., I
Heart Disease Managementof for others. 1'>';1IIU. -'!. tt
Cardiac Emergencies contact Dale Perkins, The CB club bas recently purchased CB radios for two other 1 I
Pharmacology and Simulated director of continuing education persons confined to their homes by illness. :
7521822. ext ;244

.... VA Offers c o rpfBgf1Ity.
J - ....,.,, Work Study Program

,...... Jobs available for VA.
Full-time veteran students .
I '......:, who forsee money problems at related work on a given "._ .. 4't-; .
fall enrollment time should campus or at a VA facility.
Priority Is established on the fS'
look into the Veterans Administration's ; I
basis of service-connected
work-study disability, financial need, ... .,:t : .' ." ."' I

A funeral service is a most personal :Not'; everybody took Labor Day off from work Colonel Rod program.Administrator of Veterans motivation and the nature of By Elizabeth Walker:: ,'Free. Canaan Tree Church

expression of tribute. It should be planned Roche conducts a "dealers only" auction each Monday beginning Affairs Max Cleland the work. After the first 100 Phone M4-46S3 -ef .G.d:. Prayer Meeting I

according to individual wishes. That is why we at 11:30: a.m. at the old Moose Lodge on US301.' recognized that the new GI hours, VA pays work-study 'Tuesday night7:30.: Friday I

at DeVVitt C. Jones Funeral Home go to great During dealers. auction"haulers" or dealers bring new merchandise Bill payment procedures students after each 50 hours of Dell Chapter O.E.S.ass night 7:30, Tarrying Service.Sunday .
to sell in quanity to merchants at below wholesale leave students who work. '. School 10 a.m.,
of selec- might '
lengths to assure complete prices. Each hauler has one hour to present his wares for bid. don't have savings from Dell Chapter 168 O.1l:.S. Will,. Manning Worship 11 a.m.,
tion. Selections are made in privacy and with Admission to a dealers sale Is by sales tax number only. summer jobs in a bind to pay hold its regular neettag ., Evening Worship 6 p.m. .
full information. That is another reason that Rod and Jerl Roche from Ocala also conducts a public auction necessary enrollment and Thursday; Sept. 22, .Is ,the.. '."Mt.. -'- FHgah A.M.E.
for more that 65 years so many families have of new and used items, often buying out entire households for subsistence expenses. To help Masonic Hall en Branrnle* .C IIIi'dt: Choir rehearsal was'held
preferred the DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home. resale. The new Items often come from store closeouts offset this financial headachehe Street.All members are asked: Wednesday night at 8
bankruptcy and fire sales. has directed that more VA to be present Membee's'us': pun. Sunday School 10 a.m.,

Adkins Completes work-study jobs be made invited to attend the Workshop. \*horning Worship 11 a.m.. ..
Recruit Training available, said Cleland. in Palatka, Sept 24. 'iSlrsi limn Tuesday night
GI Bill students work ,f' its* Prayer Meeting Friday
[DeWitt C. Jones Benton Futr.h: Marine Private James R. routine that he will experience to 250 hours semester for up Concerned Citizens night' :?:*) Tarrying Service.
of Mr. and Mrs. during his enlistment and per I School .
Harold Johnson Adkins, son VA an receive $2.50 hourin Asa Sunday .10:30 a.m.IfomeMialOltU:3O.
Robert Adkins of Route 1. Box studied the personal and addition to their per usual The Concerned at1zeos" I' v : .wlh
DeWitt C.JonesFuneral 158 Starke, has completed re- professional standards tradi- education assistance Bradford County will bId aad-or. exctang service:
cruit training at the Marine tionallyexhibited by Marines. allowances. An advance of Charleyi' their regular meeting Gainenville Church. .
Corps Recruit Depot, Parris Adkins' participated in an r_ N.w Bethel Baptist
37 t
to $250 is available as soon as Tuesday night Sept .
HomeStarke Island, S.C.During active physical conditioning the employment agreement is E. Greater Allen\1apel.at1 p4tU Cfwrch. : Wednesday night of
Kaysione Hgia the 11-week training program. processed. The advance All Concerned Citizens arc.invited > each: 1-week. Bible Class and
964-6200- 4731'-0' (j cycle, he learned the basics of covers the first 100 hours of John to attend. .. Prayer Meeting. Junior\ Choir,
battlefield survival. He was The private joined the retoarsal '--will be held :,j
introduced to the typical daily Marine Corps in May 1977. work. "A careless act: can cause-! Church.News Thursday night and Thursday

Mother person to lose his -.r. ? -A pfght ttffne*.the.earth Sunday.'
a1faht.J masculinity Pleasant 'Greve VailedMethodist e p.m. All choir members are
result in a law suit for Church: Every tint invited to attend. Sunday
$100,000 or more. The and second Monday night School 1:10. Mt. Sanai
Young Adult Choir reneamL, Association will convene Sept.
$10,000 -
night .7Jr25: _
Every Tuesday Young
liability policy U no longer Junior Choir rehearsal; Hk. ebenecer Baptist Church
adequate. Can the Charley Wednesday night Prarer, 'Tuesday night 8 p.m. Bible

E. Johns Agency increasemy Meeting at 7:30.: ''I'bImIiIIY'night amass Thursday night 7:30:

FINEST LAWN AND GARDEN EQUIPMENT ComprehensivePersonal Bible Study at T p.m. Prayer; Meeting. Sunday
School Love School, 10. ,a.m. Morning
Liability to Sunday 10 a.m.,
Worship .11. a.m. Founders
feast 3 p.m. ; ;
$100, 00.even $1,000,000 .Day wUl ,be celebrated. .AUsenibers >
Mt. Morlahr. Prmf c
WAREHOUSE REDUCTION SALE for just a few dollars more Meeting Tuesday night- Ikr': are asked to donate

premium Choir rehearsal Wednesday. $1 m.New Hope Baptist Church
night for Choirs one and two at will .bfl in charge of service at
SEPTEMBER 17 thru 24 (including Sunday) Charley E. 7:30.: Sunday School 9:30: ..rn.' ,I; pJvu-.AU members and

Morning Worship'tl sine: f endarFtnvited! to attend,
\ PROPST POWERHOUSE 668 KINGSLEY AVE. ORANGE PARK FLA. Everyone is asked te.': be -r.Q"" : -iIeh ..CGodl Sunday'.heoLir30

/IA\\ 131 S. WALNUT ST. STARKE present at'3 Superintendent p.m.: when'tMDistrict :.winhold \ a.m. Morning

The POWERHOUSE is overstocked with new Gravely Equipment. We must clear our warehouse for PHONE 964-50 4 a Charge conference. Worship 11:30.: Y.P.W.W. S. __..'
', Evening Worship 7:30.:
1978, so you have a rare opportunity to beat price increases and buy top quality equipment at low, -- -. i pan.Tuesday night Bible Band

low prices. Compare the rock bottom sale prices with the current manufacturer's suggested list .7:30: :. _'

prices and you will agree this is a sale you cannot afford to miss! FLORIDATHEATRE ..",, ,' 'Philadelphia Baptist
Chareht Sunday School 10
/ \ bigger, more ........ 8 J ..... Morning Worship 11 a.m.;
SALE than "AIRPORT Worship
'0.> SALE usr PIICI PRICE > ,Aatteth-Mlssfaaary. Baptist

1 MODEL 5208 H P MAN. START-2 SPEEDS $1.060 $ 775 a a 'b ..elu Thursday night
2 MODEL 5248 H P MAN. START-4 SPEEDS 1,258 915 Fray night
3 MODEL 526-- 8 H P-ELEC STAR-- SPEEDS 1.394 1,035 Starkt qbI.J5tf51 j $ the Chair anniversary will behtld.
2 MODEL 546--10 H P ELEC. START-4 SPEEDS 1,555 1,210 t P .> a.m.,

nnn 4 MODEL 564-12 H P-MAN. START-4 SPFFCS;: 1.581 1,235 r, day {. The Deeonesses are invited. to. -::,
L.J 2 MODEL 566-12 H P-ELEC. START-4 SPEEDS 1.680 1,315 "'Freewill. at :a p.m.
1tI\ 4 WHEEL GRAVELY TRACTORS Greater Allen Chapel
\/1J Qturdo.LJ ,A4W.C. Chereh. : The Church
1 MODEl 812-12 H.P.-MAN. LlFT-8 SPEEDS 2.246 1,809 Picnic will be held Saturday,

0 .. .. c.J C"3' MODEL 81212 1 H P.-HYD. LIFT-8 SPEEDS 2.444.. 1,955._ ,.' .. .. ., Sunday 'Sept; '17,-a(;-Camp.-Blanding "
2 MODEL 8165- 16 H P -HYD LIFT-8 SPEEDS 2.610 2,205 '
beginning 10 a.m. All .
c GRAVELY MOWERS "M' NAME Member with cats are' to
? meet at the church to form the
abtorcade at ':30.
g 610 COMMERCIAL-TWO BLADE-FOR 2 & 4 WH. TRACTORS 485 385 ISYJ\f0800Y' .
2 40 CENTER MOUNT-TWO BLADE-FOR 4 WH. TRACTORS 582 425 ,Tba: last and fourth'euartoriy
5 50 CENTER MOUNT-THREE BLADE-FOR 4 WH. TRACTORS 635 470 1nsetcaaa .conference will be
1 42 SICKLE MOWER-FOR 2 WHo TRACTORS 452 300 4 ,fiild by Presiding Elder Lamb
lJ Sunday, Sept. 25, u a.m. All
GRAVELY GARDEN ATTACHMENTS A_"ITUII: boards are asked to have a
14 ROTARY PLOWS-COMPLETE WITH DRIVE 265 208 "twtAVtttsr .:: ..' written report Sunday School
9 ROTARY CULTIVATORS-W 0 DRIVE 182 140 14 ajn. Morning Worship 11.
Freewill Baptist Church
@ 3 DUMP CARTS FOR 4 WH. TRACTORS 210 165 Weakly schedule as follows:
I DUMP CART-SMALLER SIZE 152 115 &urdodthet Monday night is cleanup
t;) 2 CENTER MOUNT BLADE FOR 4 WH. TRACTORS 135 110 frida and 2 night Tuesday
night Prayer
:.: 1 48 DOZER BLADE-FOR 2 WH. TRACTORS 125 99
....... Meeting 7:30.: Wednesday
+u.li .ko.: Thursday night Story Hour at
1 RIDING SULKY-OLD STYLE 120 99 flyer church. Friday nightJutdarCholrrehearsalat7:3O

GRAVELY ACCESSORIES AND ALLIED EQUIPT. .. Friday night at 7:30: the;

2 12 MOLDBOARD PLOWS-SLEEVE HITCH 120 99 SUNDOWN ,Prayer Band will meet.
4 REMOTE AIRCLEANER KITS-FOR 12 H.P. 2 WH. TRACTORS 63 53 >asturday night at 7:30 the
Tiny' Tots will meet for reiearsaL. -

Sale prices for cash., VISA or Master-Charge and do not include sales tax. -nD--- -- ---------- Sunday! School ':30
.... *arela Worship 11.....
Sunday and MOldQ"fl.fl., BLASTOFF fIRST COME FIRST SERVEDI SALE ENDS SEPT. 241Quality !The eaconesses will observe

Charlton He.ton ...... _ii- ;Mr testaanniversary,1t.tba Wanton at 3 p.m.will

w rwr tv eesee.taaa., Aro.wi..a t: .. ....- Eveoioc Worship.4

PROPST :: is Invited top
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SUPER For ((1P@ rn []{]@(!J (]J TW&MINUTEWARNING ''CARD;: MEMORY.. ,

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uiivSKMi."ncruMuomaxoK1'I.NAesge i
VALUES INC. your birthday
'.$lteephtir" U. "God oaly
and Garden .
Equipment: ,I how. much
"'-- vou an
l G6O Kingsley Avenue, Orange Park, Fla. 32073 (904) 264944"to !''JIll': ..utiasd'apd loved f.r.
,, sebOndt And grandAe. -;
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by Jeanette I'rescott u _. ,,i'i( ,,, .' .

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-: LUNCH MENU .. J.'itJ.J. .
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[ Monday: Sloppy Joe on bun, ;
sOnect/ pepper rings. prunes kIJ. I R&\LTY

buttered corn or blackeyed _. ........ m.e------ ________m..__ __----- -- ._---_. .- e'
peas( milk.,1'uesdayt'. iF yOU NEED 6 ,


I km.\ cabbage slaw rice fessionals.: Serving Starke for #% LI N 205 TEMPLE
co'rnbread milk, banana ---------- --

pudding.\ i Pizza Bradford Printers 1972,all new part, block Inexe. II ihllt. Stark Nursing located on Lawrence Blvd. thank you for vl.ltlns>' our GoBes. Grapefruit Extra

.1\'t'dnesday buttered orange 964-6305 cond., IncL manifold, Home,phone 9644220. Itchg and Flamingo In Keystone vineyard and purchasing our Strength Capaulea and '..L' 30 minutes to Gainesville
jijice, peas raisin 135 W. CallCLASSIFIED trans, and motor mount. 9/15 Hti. Inquir at Standard grapes this eason Looking. acting Tableta. Andrew 40 minutes to Jacksonville
cop milk, cookies. 473-4907. forward. to serving you again Ph.rm..356 W. Madison
250, negotiable. Ph... 864- Station or phono
Thursday i Sausage when need vine this St Stark. 9/1 9115 50 minutes to Silver Springs
can 5'"p.! Itpd 9/15 I AM LOOKING lor an TF/chg you 3tpd
died sweet potatoes : :. winter' and grape next 50 minutes to St. AugustIne.
turnip AD Individual who I I. Interested -- --- --- -
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greens, pears, corn bread hi representing a major life KINGSLEY- LAKE. Winter' August. Arthur & Mansn MOBILE HOME LOT with BO minutes to Daytona
Deadline for Insertion Spencer, family & employees 150 minutes to Cape Kennedy
muffin, milk. Inmrane company offering '. June.. Central well add septic tank. Small
rate. Sept.
; r'ri Rt. Box 83-A
Vineyards I. ,
Thursday before publi the Bradford 1551. 6/9 TF/Chg
green! lima beans, peach half, County area.Muat cottage. Call 533-2366. 8/25 Alachua. 9044621329.
bun milk french fries. cation. Car by experienced bo ambitious, a oolfitartor ------- --- PROPERTIESTwo

mother. Balanced mealo, sad capable *t tfchg--------- -- 9/15 _ _ PATIO COVERS! 10x20 for bedroom frame home on Geiger Rd-lot 100 x
'! I'KKSOMALS: : Minimum charge 12.00 .tori** dally art mualc. working with .ueeeiilelbusinessmen. WOOD BURNING home. and mobile home. 100S15,900with $2Soodown and mo. pay. of $104.00.
1199 installed. *159unlnstallad.
Convenient location lor Send reeumo
-Mrs. Eva: llarrell visited (c'o\lt'rsI5 Words) Gainesville worker t. P.O. Box 10361 HOMES FOR SALE HEATER-new, never GATOR
Each word over IS uncrated PLUS 1'Acord. of Attractive home Searing St.-extremely well
:Mrs. C.F Hivers in Lake Hampton Lake. area. 468- Jacksonville. "" 32201. Itcfeg ALUMINUM Phone 372- on
10 cents lire wood some split. S17S. built with 3 BR, 2B, CH&A.
Butler on Wednesday Sept.7 2.2!..Itpd 9/15_ ------------ Phone (; 9767. 4620 St..
SUPER !.31421P..2
She is very ill and we pray SECRETARY) full time. : Gainesville. 8/11 ttchgWATSON'S
!slu'II be well soon. All classified ads PIANO LESSONS- Typing required shorthand Checkmate 12 x 65. Fur. YARD SALE- --- ---- - Over 7000 sq. ft. CB building at 416 E. Brownlee

:IjJilly Heed of New River must be paid for in ad- Beglnnlng .t.d..te. now desirable, Imagination work niahed CH/A. dishwasher, Miscellaneous household known as the D and W bldg..Could be 4 separate
scheduling. For more In loaded. 10 x 20 patio cover.No HOUSE OF
with adults and .
able to return home from vance unless you have formation call Nell youth.Apply Ihm'l beat motor nod stores or one...Prime commercial location..priced
was Mann la at B.C. equity, take overpayments VACUUMS msny brands
trailer.BaturHev. "'nt. 17. 9
Alachua General Hospital I, an established account 4S.V1 175. 9/15 3tpd 9129 Agricultural perion Bid,. from 9 1132.79/mo.. till 5. Edward Road. Itpd of new vacuum Used right!

\\txlnt>adiy. Si-pi. 7. after with The Telegraph. In ..m. to noon. Position open Located la Stark. Phone 9/15 machine. available. Expert
undi'rgoing! hurgery Thurs- that event $I extra WILL BABYSIT In my unto 9/19. EQUAL OP- 378-9506 after 6 p.m.. Itchg Nfi-Z: repair,all make. Part and Peace and quiet in Earlton. BR 2 baths CH&A,

day Sopt. 1 I. We pray he will Charge for billing. Not home-any .... West- PORTUN1TY EMPLOYEE. 9/15 P LA and 7 ft.ft."Deer'sTongue" accessories. for all vacuum. fireplace. Pecans from 5 large trees pay the taxes.
continue to improve. responsible for errors moreland Trailer Park Lot 9/8 2Uhg 915BUSINESS cereus Built-in central vacuum Economical well and 3 septic tanks.

...Among some of the visitors when given over the I.!:..!. 9/15 _____ BY Owner 3 BR frame each.(night blooming 1320 Blending] planta.St.*8, systems. 404 NW 10th

phone or when copy is OPPOR. house, newly renovated Avenue, Gainesville. Phone Are the "discriminating" with money to
who; attended the revival I held SEWING MACHINES Saratoga. .Heights.! .Hpd 9/15 376-7410. you
oIl1llt'clan|) Rapt ist Church lust rut typed' and brought to repaired nil makes TUN1TY Excellent oppor. largo shaded lot convenientto TF/Chg_ back up your taste for luxury, yet informality? For

week' were Mr and !Mrs. Paul ..Iit' office. cleaned oiled and adjuatod, tnntty In Stark area. Largecorporation to chopping appreciate.center. M 115,000 uat see, 23 CHANNEL CB. Mobil UTILITY BUILDINGS YOU we have on Hampton Lake ((1)) Brick home
17. Work Jam. haa outitaadlogale aluminum prewired with extra lot, with dock and Boathouse
IVt'scoIl' & Johnny. Rev & guaranteed. opening. Must have negotiable. Phono 9645157. used aa baa with power re- complete
Mrs.\ IIl'rsheliIarkham: and Strickland corner Morgan) manageability, ambition and Itchg. 9/15 converter Coax 3/8 wave ceptable light switches. ((2) Unpretentious yet elegant, brick and redwood,
Road and Highway 16.. 3/10 antenna and steel 50-60 ft. light tongue and groove furnished.
daughter, the new pastor ofItrooker haw for .
prgria ag* delivered and .
TF/Chg I old. Phone 964- floor set up.
pole yr.
Baptist C'hurchVe : Bnlne or *al*. back TWO Models-located S-
on available. 48
8116 after. 6 tfpdMUSTANG Financing up to
received many blessings from JR. REAMES HEATER ground helpfal. Starting 18 off Fla. 100 la Crystal p.m...:..! month to pay; 60 sizea.Suiukl Nearly new brick home on Madison with CHSA 3

hearing (Jod's Word Kveryune : WANTED: LADY Wlahe. CLEANING AND REPAIR salary 780 per month. F.r Lake homeaitea. New 2 BR, II 1975 of Stir..... 964-6020 Bedrooms 2 Baths plus large lot.
is urged to attend Itrookerl4.iItIi.L work cleaning or working. oa Winter I I. coming.. tkne to perooaal latervelw Call 2 bath home, complete for MPG. 964-6021. 5/12 TF/chg
farm. Hfmllar work. have your heater and Gnlneavlll\ 378-1557.: 9/1 26900.ALSO available, our ..lIv.rylDyl top, 4 ----.---- -- -
of barn
(all 964-8746 after 6 p.m. furnace cleaned aid 3tchg 9/15 3 BR, I',. bath borne. We cylinder speed trans., FOR SALE! Console piano
of (:iod delivered by Rev A.M/FM tape deck, new plus 28x70 concrete block barn with >.
checked. Call Jr. Reamoa
9/15 have other lot and floor Call for appointment to nee:
.! !! condition. bathroom! $25,000 I
M.uklKiin today. 782-3326 or 964-8962. Urea good ALSO Hurry
FOR RENTAPARTMENTS.oo..pl.lol plane. Call 473-3133 for 473-2210 day or 4734618evenlnga.
8/25 7tpd 10/6 detail or come on 1>,. 25" Admiral color consoleTV. tf/chg
Hllnl.\\I .. '.\ WILLBabysit In .my homo -------- ---- Financing available. Homea Phone 496-2846 after 5 ---- --- - Yes, we do have listings on Kingsley Lake.
dally except Sunday. Lunch Itch 915YARD
p.m. *;
Johnn Prescott celebrated and enack' furnished VACUUM CLEANER RE. open daily until 7 p.m. GUNS FOR SALE 22',
hit !sixth birthday with a Glenda. Phone 964-6743 PAIRS all make. all furnished, TV A A/C. AFFORDABLE HOMES. 25'*. and 38'. sold at Dan- Cecelio T. Terwilleqar

parISII Sept 10. His birth- Itchg..915RELIABLE_ model Starke Sewing Center Reitauraat and lonng Itchg 9/15 Sun SALE-Thur.9 7 Frl, mer'i Dlacount. TF/CJig m NEW LOCATION I
\ 215Eaat Call Street adjoining. Underwood S.t. .m. to p.m. at .. .:_ =
.tlivuasthe7th. EveryOne: had Motel U.S.301.4 .miles N.of Sho Repair Shop on 301 In 205 N.TEMPLESTARKE
phone 964-8312. 4tpd NEW Mobile homes-12 LIMEROCK FOR SAI.Ci" :
lu& About of his MIDDLE- -
of fun. little
l 7 .. Nice hem of all
AGED COUPLE desires - -- wide. 14 wide. 24 wide. Phone 782-3172 after 6 p.m. _
I Irtfndb helped him celebrate immediate work LEW'S WELDING: Gas, ------------ and 28 wide. All HUD kind Also tool, gun, 7/1 tf/chg C'

I lu'freshments' of birthday egg/chicken farm.. Phone on Electric, Brazing' hitch. and one BR approved and J.t' factory. knives, .!!!:..Itpd! 9/15 PHONE 964-7776

dike punch find ice cream 475-2778: between 7.9 ..m. installed Trailer Cuatom apartment furnished. direct price. W* finance F R'S LE- Diamond I I

were :MTVcd and 8-11 p.m. Itpd 9/8 Built Whispering Pine Weekly or Dlont.I,. Palm here on the lot, 10 you save YARD SALE-Sat. 9/17. needles for any stereo over

Chris Thornton v.is six - ---- --- !Motel. ml. South of St.r..., Apartmnt.2113N.TmpkAve. monev and time. STARKE ajn. until. Bethel Church 247 different ones, we liave I
sears lId nn Sept! 12. WANTED: Used refrigerator on 301 Box 327, Slarke. Fla. 9/15 4tchg 10/6 HOME CENTER. 1650 N. Rd. (loft 2301.) Trailer withcircular them all. Dahmer' Dis-
drive. Children'sclothe FAULKNERE
tl/chg Temple Ave., Starke, 964- count. TF/Chg
HlmnilaMntman! was *. washer, and .
arize miae.Itpd --- - -
-- -------- 8741. Itchg 9/15 5-6. toys
,'I "l'n >wirs old on Sept I 15.:; Htovea In good condition. IIENLY FOUR BEDROOM 3 1>.tl... 9/15 CITIZENCOMPTOMETER
Phone Dahmer'a Discount COMPANY ELECTRIC unftirnlehed he.... No pet*. NEW HOMES: Low maintenance : m A Lillian C. Pearson
) resIdentIal
964-7923..: __TF/Chg:. :!! commercial IndustriaL, 7 9/15 t275/mo.2tchg Phone 9/22; 9647521. brick, 3 BR,2 Bath, YARD SALE-Sept. 15 & Multiplies, ue tape Real Estate3BR.2BthCB

day a week. 24 hr. service. fireplace.. Keystone area IS. North on SR 10, left at excellent condition. $75. '4I I.
above Keystone Oaks.. NooIo.laa Phone 782-3660 after 5 .
GARAGE 431-1700 Ralford 8/18 5tpd p.m.ttpd
MISCELLANEOUS TINY FURNISHED cost. Priced from Handy Way go past 126S.t8aterSt, rviStarke.
9/15 IJlILLS llomri, III
Primitive 2nd dirtroadonlejpd
HOUSE- pot. 1165/mo. 135000. Adams Builder Florida J
-- - - & A. closed garage nice
-- ----- --- ) 9/15
Phone 964-7521. 9/15 2tchg 4732056 or 473-4078 8/18 BAHIA HAVi, ArgentIna 9H4-50fi3 lot. quiet neighborhood
E L (Nookie) NormanOn LADIES Need Christmas SAW SHOP complete y
money I Creative Circle sharpenIng service, 9/22_ tfchg. TYPEWRITERSmithCorooanaatle highly tertUlied phone 964- assume 5 114 percent mIll
Bayless Hwy needs you to dhow craft circular ..ad. csrbids, ----------- Super 12. 6071. 7/21 tfchgFtoriland !'oEWIII!!! 3 Bedroom. I 1/2 35,1X11)(
2 BR MOBILE HOME- In choice location 2 -- - - -
Item We train. Send chain mower blade hollow HOUSE Electric with bath, concrete block.. Lowdown
postcard with name, address ground and balanced. Leave furnished or unfumlhd or 3 BR, carport, patio fire- portable Used payment. with 3 Bit frame home: ('HA V.
Sat 9-500PM with 14 a 20 LR addition to carrying case. appro fenced corner lot, tlVOIMI.(
and phone to Croatlvo at Jackson. Building Supply, plan, workshop access 3 112 hr. Phone 964-6250. monthly payment according >
('irclc. Kt 3. Box 56, Starke or Keystone Height. CH/A (12S .... N. pet. UkeCH/A. Phone 473-2217. 9/15 Really to your income
Sun. 2-5 00 P M. Hawthorne 32640. 9/15 TF/Chg_ Phone 964-8947 niter p.m. 9/8 Jtehg' 9/22. ltchg_ 393 N.Temple Ave. 2 BR frame, rel.& Move on

2tchgJ/22_ BRADFORD SEPTIC Itchg 9/15_ ---- -------- REDUCE SAFE and kit Starke.. Fla. Nice 3 Bedroom frame Ms. Power S1S.IHIO.(
with GoBea Tablets and E- 011.964-7700 house in town with extra
,.,. ... .,.. .. TAN K' SERVICE 3 BR FURNISHED FOR SALEHOT \ap "water pill" from lot. Frontage on 2 city Wry neat lurnUhrdmobile
MOTORCYCLES residential. pump-out 40. Barber and Beauty shops,
home with large
?-TRAILER-OB Bayles.HIghway. Andrew 356 W. atreets.
"service( with
last 'guaranteed.Phone all equipment living
Phone 9645219. Madison Stark. 9/1 4tpd addition.' :Must" Nee to
AUCTIOTTOdoms St/t'KI'' OF STARKE 9648121. 4tpd Itchg 9/15_ WATER HEATER100 9/22 quarter 3 Bedroom frame house appreciate SI3.-IIH)
-- --- --
gal., electric like D... just out of city limits. !Nicelot'a
authorised Suzuki. ALCOHOLICS -------- ---
your Very nice DW mobile N.7 2111' Oils !962'
782-3200. 9/15 on
125. Phone acres.
; bargain at S10.000.(
Repair dealer Phone 964-6020. 1640 ANONYMOUS: aucceailul 2 BR TRAILER- ... home on beautiful lot near
4601 So. Marion St. South Walnut 1301 south InSiarke. living for people who want to FaroJ.h.d-Baylesa High 2tchg 9/22_ Wcl n I l,.r U Klognley Lake. deep: *I35III.

.) IFChgAUTOMOBILES SlOP drinking and Y.topp.d. way. Phone 964-5219. Itchg ....... ..............51 H \:\DVMSPECIAL.. .1635
Lake City Fla. Meeting Thuredayand 9/15__ 110 AR WOOD BROODERS 3 BR. 2 B, Brick home 65'lot with concrete block acre: 1310'on I s
Sunday 8 pjn. Phone James Gaikln. Stark, 2" thru 6" with CHIA outside city building in town. 12500.( S5K.5IHI

Will Sell All USED HH4-5434 or 964-6894. TF Pkoa 964-8356. Itpd 9/15
Tools. ONE ACRE TRAILER limit __ l.11:5I :
Fast Rotary 1 story, 3 Bedroom 3 bath
-- -- --- ---- SPACE For rent. Phone 964- and
80 Acre farm home
Equip.;: & Many Misc. PONTIAC.; CATALINA- HANDYMAN All homo 5219. Itchg!. ..9/15_ We also have new Drilling Equipmenl barn Equip optional. $15,000.needs' finishing touches BR. 2 Bath im Mobile

1973. 4 door, AlT, PS. repair, interior and extcriori freezers electric Home tllion 1.7
(terns.. Sat.Sept. 17 .\\IIF 1 stereo A/C. Good remodeling, boueewaohlnf 2 BR PARTLY FURNISHED stoves. and washers. STATE LICENSE! 3 BR B Tick"and CB 28 acres approximately acres.hook-up for 2nd \lll.
condition. II 795. Phone 964- and painting HOUSE-314 N. House on. 1 Acre only $900) per acre!!
HAMMERS: IHSt'OUN'rPIIO'li. ............. $15.000.
; 7.!! .!_!!.t.1: .!! ,.2 5 Special ratee/terma Fr.for Church. Inquire at 1013 : 1)6.1.1923 tfiHchR!! I with Peullf. Faulkner'1
cltiiea House ,
.enlor :
Butler Rd. Itpd 9/15___ Pumpm on acre Realtor 20( Acres t oft SK 2.5\N .
AUCTIONPublic e.thn.K Phone 9648961. fnrniihlog - fish pond 2 Mobile Hume
5 for Immediate NICE APT with 3 FOR SALE
wplrome. Thurs. Sept. 22, pjn. New & UsedSalesPartsService Associate* hook-up, hog barn.
3 BR D.W. trailer I
attention. 9/1 3tchg' 9/15 room and bath, furnished.Hot
; I ..S S S.S tooooof 7:30: p.m. ,Super" Flea !Market Acre __ Irene L. Faulkner 33350.(
and fur
--- ---- -- water lIghts Topper Will Fit Short 9SJ,-114*
old 441 In Ocala.
: MR : Hide on ALUMINUM SIDINGi nished. Phono 964-8071 3 BR Stucco, House .
9/15 Late "uaan H.Bakken 29!) Acres: t S 301 SI: :Unit
BUSINESSMAN : 1 llrhg. ..-.__ Awnings, gutters, windows, I I.' Wheelbase Ford ( CHI A, and Appliance SS4-6111Mobile
: : E-Z TermsPluiribintp
etc. Jo.eph D. Garrison ----------- Model ..
S ) 51.8 Acre. I :301 -
: Now is the time to : Phone 964-5205. 8/11 tl/chg 3 ROOM APARTMENT! .................... Business property on Home large brick home.I'II A \. :3\
REGISTER Partially furnished 1 chIld Call Steve Thomas 301. BK. 2 Baths, 2 fireplaces,
: order calendars and only 403 N. Walnut. I. I Acre, with or without rvice Poles fenced planted pasture
: other giveaway : LPGAS HELP WANTED S75/mooth. Itpd 9/8 964-7385 trailer 1195.400.

--- -.------ -- Mon Fri After 6 P.M. New Installation CalI-964-7700 1OO AMP
: premiums. LADY To assist with COTTAGE ON LAKE Vernle P. Odom ASSOCIATES:

: S. 308 S Thompson St. cleaning 1 day a week or ao.F.xcellent JOHNSON air. conditioned Reg. Real Estate 120"2OO t lola Zipperer 91)4.7154 or
Almost any type : pay. Reply Swimming. and ticking SILVER RID.E Remodeling Broker AMP! 782-3397.

: Available For Your : 964-5888 Drawer A, c/. Bradford 125/wek. Phoa 473.2108. Even Inge 964-5476 Lillian Pearson
Telegraph. U.!hf! >!l* 7/28 tl/chg SUBDIVISIONOVERIOOKINO RepairsDu'rranc'e REALTOR
: Selection : .:.. -----
-------- -- Pearl Andrews A.
: Phone 964-6511 CASH & CARRY DOCK COMPANION HOUSE oc. Lawtey, Florida
: KEEPER for elderly white MOBILE HOMr In1 country. :i 964-7739 g'3z 782-3806

:......2.TP. .9..15.9....22.. Home Delivery Of lady In Jax. Good working... furnIshed children welcome. SILVER LAKEIn [. ..................... Janet M.:Starling :
condition Tr.nso taUon Phone 964-6114 or 473-4777. 7H2-3SJ6
*: Phoa. 964-7490 4/7 TF/cha PUMPS& SUPPLY
Cylinder & Bulk Gas.
HOSPITAL I II. days or 964-6943 evening Bradford County

9/8 2tchg' 9/15_ LONGCIIAMP Near Keystone COMPANY 6

I' Gift Shop Home and Building m RALPH
. EX-SERVICEMEN: We have a military Materials Heights. Spacious 864 N. Temple Ave.

922 E: Call St position for you in the Army National 'Building Lots For Starke REALTOR BRYAN
I Guard. You already have training. experience -WEBUILD- CEOROI Ronrferslumpier. 1.440 square feet of

: RED TAGCLEARANCE rank, and time invested. Use it for Your Plans Or Ours !Homes Sensibly 9647061NORTH Real Estate living space on "SK-lllO):

extra cash, other benefits and opportunity Your Lot Or Ours"FREE .._. I-! fenced 1.2..re.. 4 BR 2
Restricted. Easy
SALE for advancement. Earn SiO.Veto S10 .7o for ESTIMATES 2117 N. Temple as.Norm Tsmple Avs. Bath Central Heat and 'I
one weekend each month. You may be Terms. STARKE. FLORIDA 2 Air unit.. Owner

Prices Reduced overlooking a very "Good deal"' for your Remodeling Repairs 964.8788 annlous to sell. Price
.I self. Additions Investment Prices! CAROLINA OFFICE OPEN ALL DAY reduced to 117,500.

: bedroom rustic. caom on I I 1 L.K.Fdwsrdn.lllkHociatet:
:; 3/chg Sold Traded sere ot we.atd mountsin. land BY APPOINTMENT Large 4BR. frame houae & ..\ .. Inc
CALL: Terrific v....el mountains. Lan. LR. family room on ten Realtor
SSG JOHN WAYNE HERSEY rock .or., ....*. *<.poi.d beamipnn NEW LISTINGS icrea, jUHt off ,SR" 16. 47-4 It:1:|
redwood deco.
ACREAGE FOR ceiIne. large
631st MAINT CO. ((964-5320)) : *water tlt.sM. H.OM down,
720 EDWARDS RD STARKE. SALE ssium loan. 3 acre Wilson Rd. East of 301 North. 3 BR, LR
BELTSBOOTS 96443853 REALTOR I Acre on lore rushing mountsintrout Stark. Owner financing. frame house on ten acres,
itretm w......... nssrovOootf tractor and equipment.
Highway 301 South I Keystone Hotghrt47SJ272 accnt, ll.eoo Good Term Spacious 4 BR 2 1/2 bath - -
1-oeeroam cjo.n. an I act. Good. Several commercial on
FOR SALE Starke/ ... family room, country
spot osod *cce Ownernetdl
-- - Metros tromh- 47S-37IS lerdsn to a.". 113.00. Term kitchen on beautiful acre 301. _ _
Trailer Park: In ma attractive *tting among large pin* ,Tneie are a lee 01 1.000 lltttnasw lot in city. Fenced back 9 acre pasture land
tree 8 full hookup. facilities, 8 more hookups poselblo I. < nave ail tvnts ol property" yard. 15 pocan treee and reasonably priced just offjSR

At Carradine's additional space available. 2 partly furnished trie. Licensed Broker listed frOm SOlO ...r acre sod up. grape arbor. !' 16. :''Ii.\\ of town.
1 Including riding lawn mower and Urge work ahed. Achy or w. bane small or l I.r,.tram. w. - -
Park WIth Attractive Income. Licensed SalespersonCAN alto have levers) cattmt, Itouste, 3 BR block bouT* In one of 1-3-8 acre homesitee 2
Jt1TlNRGLFR old' (arms, etc.' Write.. or cell lOt nicest sections of town.
Owner Financing mile. N.W, of .
I'.."",.,",ochu,.. voucanuliIrtest and In Starke.
-- --- Very neat food -- --
Beet Roots selection.lor the ealire, best family.priceBella 2 Bedroom home situated la quiet neighborhood.. C..rprop.rl YOU SELL??? Mil.Write chanCe or call by dialing.Od... Cnsroliss I IM-41*. condition. Very nice double wide,

HERE has pecan tree and Iota of ehruba adjoining Lend Co, Murphy N.C. *....3e.I screened porch added CH-
A:\\ \ lot I I. perfect lit up for house trailer rental.. Located Real :3 BR 2 baths, family room.Iirsplat A. on one acre lot with
within city limits ., Lake. Butler Owner anxlona. a. sell Your own full-time Franchise in Estate II Mod fill *, nice lot, fenced plenty of tree*.
eizeo 1ft to 56. second for Off SR-100 right in the Starke And NO franchise backyard. In city
..ill hold mort. easy financing. going area. ---'- --
towards Lake. City,..III.r appl.to....0.. Half ml free charge. National established in Tw 20.acre tract vr
.o\UID finest leather.
downtown. W* have lots, acreage, reasonable. just off SR Ii' House
1900. largest in its field. All advertising. all home and farm In Brad paved road.. Cleaning

CARRADINE'SLEATHER signs forms supplies furnished. Professional MLEHOMPARK ford Clay and Union -'- SpecialAny
COUNTRY LIVINGHOfSE for cotintle.m city, country I BR block: house Bedfordlajce.
and rapid
Training given and waterfront
t --- -- Single. Story
Lawtey, Fla. on I acre locatsdEastsfL.k.. Butler off SR-121. development .- from Start to $ucce$$. and Weekends. - Home $29.95ToStory
Raiford. from Inside City Limit Evening : 3 BR, I bath, CB home
near Nationwide. Buyers House
712.3400URASJNGTON -------- advertising brings Woto Bradford Sqtur RALPH BRY AN-964. 6208 with FR, very nice
12 acres with apprex. 600 ft. read frontage 3 mile*. 8. of' Everywhere. Can you qualify? You must have Or Downtown R..ltorARTPATRAY4732039 swimming. pool in to... 39.95 to 89.93

Lake. Butler o. SR-121. Owner talkies to sell and will. initiative, excellent character (bondable), None Higher

carry small second. mort.'JANE. sales ability be financially responsible.: 130 Par Month 3 BR. 1 bath block home InStarke :Mobile Home 19.95
... -- All CenvelncM Salesman City Limits. This.is a pressure and
Cadillac OUemobile \ Commission volume opportunity for man, Fir city.Pone Protection --- chemical cleaning.

Sale A Service J. USHER woman couple or team That Can Sell. CltyG.Wtrand- WAYNEDOLGLAS- guaranteed to remove
(: Fine Select ion Of Vted Y SewerJoLu M44S93 GEORGE ROBERTS JR. mildew, bugs stains.

Cart Taken On Registered Real Estate Broker Motel Sale.... ..Real Estate Broker
STROUT REALTY btc:. etc.Call
Cadillac Trade 4962126 {..*.. to, ,. 964-8810 LISTWITH t'S PIa00.964.7826OPI'II Collect 964-M1KII!
-P.O. Box 891Casselberry
2001 360 W.MAIN. after p.m.
N.W. 13: 3785301GAINFSVILI.F : WE HUSTLE! ::' Saturday A.M."
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........... ,.....: :.: HAMPTON AfiEA-'NEWS" ;,iSS.........i..SS.Ie.' 6

CHURCH OF GOD: Sunday weekend with their
for rental
4-11 Club arrangements or
Mr. and Men
Mrs. Delores ,
School 10 am. ; Worship By purchase of instruments.
Services 11 a.m. and 7 ; By Elizabeth Terry Starling.Mrs. Phone 4S8-1.15
\ p.m. conducted the Students were cautioned not to
Prayer meeting Wednesday at Phone: 782-3300 Aline Flossie Jorer: Hampton 4-H Friese as Chairman made Mrs. Arleeen Rich's 3rd and buy supplies from catalogs as

7:30p.m.: ; YPE Friday at 7:30: SCHOOL MENU Mrs. Johnny Jenkins and son Mack McClellan Armstrong of Monday evening, plans to hold their Halloween 4th grade classes. These they might not get a good deal.

p.m.EVERGREEN Monday: Hamburger gravyon Robert of Hilliard. visited Mrs. G.E. at Hampton Ele- Carnival Saturday Oct. 29, at teachers generously agreed to Woodfin explained that his
BAPTIST: mashed potatoes, green We are happy to report that Lake Butler and School. About 30 In- the school. Several parents donate their $10 award to Ben will be a serious program andif
Sunday School 10 a.m. ; lima beans fruit cup, biscuits Carl Prevatt is able to go to Burton Walker, of Mr. 4-H members at- present offered to serve in Moxley for purchase of play- enough interest Is shown
Worship Services 11 a.m. and butter milk.Tuesday the table in a wheel chair and meeting when the booths at the Carnival and ground equipment. The PTA they may be able to form-a
7p.m.; Training Union 6 p.m.; beef Of he has to Saturday afternoon.Mrs. then voted to add another
: Vegetable eat meals. course Jack Estes officers were assist in various ways for $25 regular Hampton School.. >
Prayer Meeting Wednesday at soup, tossed salad chocolate feed himself with his left wick Ga. serve during 1977- successful projects. Mrs. for needed physical education Band.

7 p.m. pudding, cheese toast, milk. hand which is quite a Wednesday, spent nights : Gene> Joyner; Friese welcomes suggestionsand supplies.At Among Sth and 6th graders
FAITH BAPTIST: Radio Wednesday: Meat loaf with challenge we're sure. and Mrs. Hermie Eavid: Stone; may be reached at 468- the conclusion of the assisting their teacher Mrs.
Program on WPXE 8 a.m. stewed and Kelli meeting Mr. Clark invited Denmark In
catsup potatoes, Misses Lynn visited Mr. Estes Dol' Waters; Ernestine being
Sunday; Bible School 10 a.m.; green beans peaches, rolls, Whaley of Starke were Sunday cent's Hospital, In Cindy Alderman; 1848.Upon the suggestion of Mrs. members for refreshments of of service to their school are
Worship Services 11 a.m. and butter, milk.Thursday. dinner guests of their grand- the at ArrnJ Thomas Jean Clark the PTA voted to Blonnie Derkman's' delicious Library Helpers: Zina Beth

6:30: p.m.; Prayer meeting : Macaroni & mother, Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson on Wednesday She left, for ; and Treasurer purchase tapa players to re cake and Mrs. Donald Young, Gail Sullivan, Mitchell

Wednesday at 6:30: p.m. cheese, bologna cup, buttered and aunt Mrs. Daisy lioch. surgery. those recently stolen Roberts' good punch. Colen, Shian Roberts, Penny

CRACK UNITED METHODIST carrots, pears biscuits, Mrs. C.R. Crews spent two Thursdday.Mrs.. A.C. Project leaders at- glace the school. Tapes are Invaluable Flythe, Sid Jenkins and Sandy
: Sunday school 9:45: butter, milk. weeks with her son and this meeting were: in the school School News Williams. The School

am.; Worship Services 11 Friday: Hot dog on bun, daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. and Kingsley Mrs. Lake Fred Ms. Royce Joyner teaching program, Mrs. Clark Librarian Mrs. Maureen

a.m. and 7:30: p.m. ; Choir mustard, catsup, baked H.C. Crews and family of afternoon. Mrs. Judy explained. Michael Woodfin Is Paul appreciates the help of

Practice at 7 p.m. and MYF beans, yellow cake with Clearwater and her soninlawand Friday Mrs. Flossie Mrs. Alice Faye Roberts informed the assembly conducting a daily Band these students with her work.

7:30: p.m. on Tuesday. peaches, milk. daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Aline and Mrs. Stella that PTA dues are still Program for 6th and 7th

Charles Capehart and Mrs. LAWTEY FIRE Bill Woodard and family, of !Mack Armstrong McClellan Waters, Jr. at- only$1 per person and may be graders from 8:30: until 9:15.: Lunch
Lou Ellen Wilkerson were DEPARTMENTLadies Largo. Mr. and Mrs. H.C. the Teenage Project paid to Mrs. Williams at any Among Instruments being Sept.19. Z3
baptized in the morning Auxiliary meeting Crews and family brought her homecoming 4th.at The group discussed time. taught are clarinet, flute,

service on Sunday morning. wiUbe next Monday (Sept. 19)) home on Saturday and were Park.Dana Sept.Wilkison a Club Halloween The room count for best French horn tuba trumpet MONDAYCorn dogs

United Methodist Women at 7:30: p.m. at the fire station. her overnight guests. and other items of representation of parents at trombone and saxaphone. baked beans, cole slaw peach
!Mr. Mrs. Daniel
met at the church Tuesday Welcome one and all! Waldo Pringle of Worthington of Jacksonville this meeting was a tie between Students may bring in their half cinnamon roll, milk.
Sept. 6th with 14 ladies Tubing down the Itche- Springs was a Wednesday Mrs. Clark s first grade and own Instruments or make TUESDAYStew meat,
week her
present In the absence of the tucknee was great (and COLD dinner guest of his sisterinlaw with Meeting mixed vegetables, mashed
!Mr. and !Mrs.
president and vice-president, )! We missed you and you Mrs. Pierce Crews. potatoes half orange biscuit,
it was voted that Mrs. Frances missed a good time. Mr. and Mrs. Doc Mosley Wilkison. Hampton Senior Southside Elementary News
Hamilton preside over the LAWTEY 4HATTENTION spent Tuesday with their George Club is scheduled to Seafood

meeting. Mrs. Frank Coss CON grandson and family, Mr. and Elizabeth of interesting meeting The 1977-78 school year is Bradford County Hospital pattie french fries tossed

gave the devotional. After CERNED COMMUNITY: It is Mrs. Donald Sikes of spent the weekend Sept. 16, in the City moving along smoothly at undergoing tests. Due to the salad strawberry shortcake
business was discussed, the time for the new 4-H year to Hollister. Mrs. Sikes had just parents. Col.\ and other In- Southside. The first emergency resignation of Cynthia roll milk.

meeting adjourned. The next begin. We need each one of returned trom the hospital William Wilson. persons are urged to evacuation drill was Morton Title I teacher THURSDAY Tuna salad

meeting will be held the 20that you to share your time, after having had surgery.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Paul bring along a friend held Friday, September 2, several changes have been on lettuce buttered corn,

the church, at which time a talents, and energy with our and Mrs. Ben McCulley Jacksonville and of enjoyment. with great success. The made. Joyce Sanderson has potato chips apple crisp,
pledge service will be con- youth.We spent last weekend with Mr. brother present enrollment now replaced her as Title I cheese rolls milk.

ducted. need project leaders to and Mrs. Robert Ketterings of and Mrs. Fred Fibrosis stands at 616 students. teacher, team-teaching with FRIDAYMeat sauce

HIGHLAND BAPTIST: teach our youth skills and Titusville.Mrs. Saturday afternoon. During the week of Sept. 6-9 Mrs.Williams in second grade with spaghetti, green beans,
Sunday School 10 a.m. ; activities. You will be well rewarded Darlene Norman and Mrs. John C. Tye, Lott has been kindergarten students have and Mrs. Gladys Wasdin has tossed salad, applesauce

Worship Services 11 a.m. and through the time you sons Mr. and Mrs. Frederick her brother-in-law Chairman of the been given screening tests for been engaged to teach kinder cheese toast milk.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred L.
7 p.m. ; Prayer meeting share with our young peopleby Prescott Mr. and Mrs. on behalf of the Title I placement. Placementin garten until the return of Mrs.
Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. growth, love and fun. Vaughan Prescott and familyof of Jacksonville Foundation that program is anticipated Nichols who is on maternity
IAl'IUPTIST: Sunday Please call Charlene Kingsley Lake and Mr. and mingham Ala., Hampton area. We within the next several weeks. leave.

School 10 a.m. ; Worship Howard, phone 782-3010, Mrs. Snooks Carter and Plains. Ga., on received much The first PTA meeting will LEGALSNOTICE

Services 11 a.m. and 7:30: Brenda Stroud, 782-3910, or family, of Middleburg, were visited relatives. this project. be held Tuesday evening
Miss Peterson's
p.m. ; Prayer meeting Lowell Parrish our 4-H Sunday dinner guests of Mr. leaving September 27, at 7:30: in the Tyson'sfourth
Wedneday at 7:30: p.m. County Agent, at 964-6280. and Mrs. Leonard Norman visited points of Christian Academy school cafeteria. Parents and grade is presently OF INTENTIONTO
:MWTHSIDK BAPTIST: Let's get to work offering the and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Nor around Cherokee guardians will especially wantto doing a unit on time-what is REGISTER
Sunday School 10 a.m. ; Gatlmburg Tenn, attend this since it and how to tell what time it FICTITIOUS NAME
youth of our community ourselves man and sons. Club of the meeting
Worship Services 11 a.m. and and our time. Mr. and Mrs. E.A. Sapp of N.C. and Greenville Christian Academy the rooms will be open is.They are employing the use Pursuant to Section 865.09

7 p m. Prayer meeting The first meeting will be Lake Butler and Mrs. INovis home. the School Monday following the business of records books, filmstrips, Florida Statutes notice is

Wednesday at 7 pm. Thursday Sept. 15th at 7 p.m. Ward. of Starke, spent Sunday Mrs. Roy Sept. 12, and meeting In order for parents transparancles and each hereby given that the under
ST. JOII MISSIONARY: children Ronnie and and teachers to student will make his or her signed Richard A. Jordan, P.O.
in the Lawtey Elementary afternoon with Mrs. Pierce plans for a Fish get
BAPTIST: Sunday School 10 cafeteria. Crews. Jacksonville and held Sept. 30 on the acquainted. Parents should own clock face to work with. Box 1256 Starke, Florida 32091

am.; Worship Services 11 Remember we must have Mrs. Leonard Melton, returned Keen. of St. find parking somewhat easieras Their room will set up an and Joseph A. Jordan, P.O. Box

a m. and 3 p m. on second and you for a successful Lawtey 4- home from Orange Sunday afternoon the new limerock parkingarea aquarium next week. 1479. Live Oak. Florida 32060

fourth Sundays; Prayer Bandon H club. Park Hospital on Saturdayafter Lois Carter. Birthdays along Stansbury Street Contributions of tropical fish, doing business under the firm
Monday at noon. PERSONALS spending from Tuesdayto Rev. and Mrs. from SR-100 to the cafeteria is aquatic plants, and fish food name of "JORDAN AGENCYAT
SI'HSAIISS10S.RY: : Morten and family available.The will be needed and STARKE.:' 864 N. Temple
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Martin Saturday for observation.Mrs. Roberts cele- now
BAPTIST: Sunday School 10 of Daytona Beach spent the Aline Armstrong and house were Sunday birthday on Southside School appreciated.A Suite A, Starke, Bradford

a m.; Worship Services 11 weekend with their mother, daughter. Mrs. Mack Mc guests of Mr. and Debbie,Sept.cele- Halloween carnival will beheld field trip to Crescent County. Florida. 32091. intends

am. and 7 pm.: BTS 5:45: !Mrs. Hester Hicks and their Clellan, of Lakeland, spent Hodges and family. ; 13th birthday on Saturday October 29. Beach on Friday, Sept. 23, is to register said fictitious name

p.m. ; Prayer Meeting brother-in-law and sister Mr. several days last week with During the week This year the carnival will be being planned by Mrs.Freeman's under the provisions of aforesaid

Wednesday at 7 p.m. and !Mrs. Glen Shuford and Mrs. Armstrong's sister, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Carl held on the school grounds. Mrs.Siefferman's statute.
Mr. and !Mrs. third grade and Richard A. Jordan, Joseph A.
family. Flossie Rosier. Meeting Please make a note of this
1.AWTKY: SCHOOL NEWS man were: Mrs. Mrs. Boyle's MissJohnson's Jordan owners.
Miss Elizabeth Terry spent Mr. and Mrs. C.W Cowan. change from previous years.
Lawtey Elementary has an !Monday to Wednesday with and Mrs. Edith Swinney of Gertshaw and president, Mrs. Betty Sue Denmark and first grade. The Dated this 25th day of
enrollment of 349 ouoils far Virginia, spent students, teachers and August. A.D. 1977. Starke
so at
her sister. Mrs. C.E. Strick- Jacksonville. were Saturday at the meeting of the Mr. Jim Lawson are co-
this Class size in the 4th Tuesday with her chaperones will travel by Florida
year. Gainesville. Mrs. Don
land of overnight guests of their Elementary School chairpersons for this event.
5th. 6t h. & 7th grades is at a 1- parents. Saturday school bus leaving Southsideat 8/25 4tpd 915IN
her son-in-law and
Parcelluei. parents. Mr. and Mrs. J.F. Sept. 7 in the school They are anticipating a
:io) pupil-teacher ratio and daughter. and her grand. Robertson. and !Mrs. J.C. officers present successful and fun-filled pro- 8:45: and returning at 2:15:

hopefully some adjustmentscan daughter visited them on David Starling was honoredon Gertshaw and Ford. Vice- gram aided, of course by that day.
The fourth and
be made as the for awhile. third : fifth
year Tuesday. :Miss Terry and Mrs. his second birthday. Sept." ; Elaine Smith, volunteer help. Anyone EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
Cecil grades are now taking the
progressesTne Strickland visited her 3rd at the home of his parents, noon ; and Treasurer, wishing to assist (and have FLORIDA IN AND FOR
!Mr. and Mrs. Dick Physical Fitness Test of the
first P.T.O. meeting daughter Mrs. Joe Bason, on Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Starling. Williams. fun too) please contact either BRADFORD COUNTY.
was held on Tuesday night anda Wednesday morning. Saturday Mrs. Denmark Mr. Lawson American Alliance of Health,
There were 12 guests present. Clark, school princi- or CIVIL ACTION
large crowd attended theOpl'n Mrs. O.J. Anders spent They served birthday cake Truby Wainwright. the teachers Southside Sharks T-shirts Physical Education and CASE NO.77.366
House and Carnival se\eral with her son-in- and Mrs. L.H. 'urmturt'4' available again this Recreation. Testing should be I
refreshments.Mr. are
days and tea for personnel present year. of RONALD J. BIRT Husband,
the week 1
Starke. Mr. completed Sept. 12
Planning program. law and daughter, Mr. and and Mrs. Jerri Starlings'z'xcs Sunday. Mrs. Madeline They may be purchased in the Plaintiff
18. The test is made of six I
Wayne Harper were up
school office in sizes small
who teaches
.. vs
--- -- items: 50-yard dash (speed);
guests. Sunday and medium and large at the priceof
U'RC were Mrs. Purvis education $3.50 each. The student sit-ups (abdominal strength); I
I J;: Mr and Mrs. Mitchell pull-ups ( body Defendant
: : J.. --.. All other teachers council initiated the sale of upper
Mr. and Mrs. Russell strength) ; shuttle run
personnel present these items so that a fund for
.\IKP\KKK\PTIST FmSTIETIIOIIST: SMYRNA: ." TIM ('ihtltItEhder Brooker. Cecil in the Hampton the school could be accumu- (agility) ; standing broad
'ill IUIIItev. and Mr and Mrs jump (leg ) and 600-yd.
( CHURCH T.( Williams from previous lated. The new brick sign power ;
Mrs walk-run (endurance). Mr. :
O.D. Brooks "On the search for a Tom Paladino ., facing Stansbury Street was
and :Mr. and Lewis wants students to know
Orllngl'SII'I'1Sl"11 Sunday Church School for friendly church? ding Riley Sweat as paid for from this fund. action for Dissolution of.
all 9:43;; G recn Southside that the awards for those who an J
ages. : a.m. : Morning .... ...... ...., The school officeis Marriage has been filed against -
\Y: Sunday School 10 Worship ( :Nursery': provided) Welcome to Smyrna I. welcomed the brightened by several excelled on last year's test
Katherine A. Bin, 4125
\\ orshlp'Sen'lce have not arrived. you
n.m : 11urn lIam Obit of interested stitchery pictures on loan yet They
Evening: Worship ---- SUNDAY will be sent or given to the Weathers St. Salem. Oregon
p.m KISI.EI.KI: ; -: It \I'TlS1'lIes. : Sunday School and outlined from Mrs. Mullins, kinder 97308 and are required toserve -
\\ EII'Eo.UPraer: winners as soon as
10 a.m.. Worship Service II teacher who made
the school for the garten
Service 7 pm- 1'aige! Boss man :Mrs. Coj demons received.LEGALS. a copy of your written
School. am. B.T.S.. 5:45: p.m., He invited them. They are much .
:SUNDAY: : Sunday year. very defenses, if any to it, on the.plaintiff'a
------ 1 10() a m :Morning Worship. 11 Evening Worship. 7 p.m. Mrs. Coy Clemons visit teachers of appreciated and admired.We attorney whose name
am. Church training. 6:30p : All visitors are warmly died Sunday. and the indi regret to report that and address is

.\I.I.K\UI\PKL:: m ; EM-ning: Worship. 7:30p : \I elcome..l-__ Brooker after" an Mrs. Randolph. special George H. Pierce
.\.:1.1'Ill'HCIi: m STARK I u E: illness. with Mrs. Jolene education teacher is in the P.O. Drawer 1030

"The 11'11'11111'hlll''h" \VK1: NKMY:: : Mid-Week ('II l'Kill OK ( OIl)I> Born in Brooker. \ Starke, Florida, 32091
71 ha!) 1'incSl.: :.:Markr, Prayer Service. 7:3fl:: pm Hl'1.E.llra": .' had lived most of NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S and file the original with the

Krt.K.G. llrastic. Pastor M.lal'k's: Episcopal the Bradford County SALE clerk of the above styled courton

UPV.John FInn Suml.i.t, : Sunday School 10 was a member of the Notice is hereby given that I I. or before October 31. 1977:
Sl'USunda: : \ School St'\II.\Y-8:30: : a m. Holy am.. ;Morning orship.. 11 Church. ON WHEEL ALIGNMENT Doiph E. Reddish, as sheriff of otherwise a Judgement may be

!11:10 l:: (l a m :Morning Worship. Eucharist, 9:45: a.m. Church a m.: EM-ning Wor!>hlp. 7 Survivors i : Bradford County Florida under entered against you for the relief

I II I u m. Jo\; eiiing Worship. 5 School 11 a.m. Holy pm. daughters. ;Mrs. Wednesday & Thursday Only and by virtue of Writ of Execution demanded In the complaint or
first Sund.H: only love lo-vwit:
p.m Eucha rist. Wt-ilncsday : Family Patterson of Merritt petition.
least t 7-lo: p m Friday before Tl'Sn.Y9:30: : a.m. Training I Hour.: 7:111::! p in and :Miss OWe Lee Most Cars Execution issued out of WITNESS my' hand and the

first SundjvliiMhrlKaptisUliurch Prayer Group in the Church Kricla<< > : Prayer :Meeting. Macclenny; one son County Court of Bradford seal of said Court on August 26-

building. 7.10 I p m.UMTKD. of Orange) P.irk. and $1200 Parts Extra County. Florida pursuant to a 1977.
a e S e children Final Judgement for Town GILBERT S. BROWN. As Clerk
liiisscll li\is.Pastor a--e
Finance Company of Starke,
PENTECOSTAL of said Court
Sunday School 10 PINE: (..IUVIMI'lIloulsr -: : Funeral services \
a m. ; Florida and against Frank E. & M. As
:Morning Worship n : CHURCHHcv. I CHURCH Friday. September 9 By: Beulah Moody
am.: SAVE OH WHEEL BALANCE Mary Oven Dickinson, defendants -
n.I.I'lis Deputy ,
Rev. graveside in :New:
Evening Worship 7:30: ( pm. : 11"111.I ( .,Il'man In the amount of $589.98
N. Water St. 9/1 4tchg 9/22
:20 1 Cemetery Alachua
WHni'bduy. :
Prayer Meeting
and interest together with costs
7-30: p m. !SUNDAY: : Sunday School. SUNIJXY: Sunday School. with Rev Hay Mondays & Tuesdays Only. of collection.

---- !i:45: : a in : llorninjtorship.. 10 a m. ; Worship services 11 elating Burial I was Have seized and have In my IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FORD
('.\1.\ .\lII'llS1' and 7 direction of
a.m. pm.
I 11 I am. Evening Services, Four Tires Rotated possession the following described BRADFORD COUNTY.
('I1l'IUll \\ EUSISUDible: Funeral Home
Jim Black I'jslor( 7:3i:: p mTIIUHSDXY : PrayerMeelint Study. 7-30 p m. ."...."..,..,.,...,. 800 & Balanced personal property to-wit: CIVIL FLORIDA ACTION:
4 Sedan
1966 dr
FKIIlVY : Young People'sService C.\HU 0..111 \:\
: .! 7 :n ii> p inS I.D. No. RL41B67293421Tag. Case No.77-357
:Sl'MY: : Sunday School e e e 7:30: p.m.) Words cannot Wheels & Pick-ups Extra
:Morning sr. EI\\.\IW'S('.\TIIOI.I(' Mag No. 11-38591
!1':4): a m : Worship. express our deep IN RE: The Marriage of
I II I a in : Evening: Worship. 7 to all of those ho SAMUEL ALOGNA. .
---- .
of the above .
As the
p m Wed Semces. 7':111: > p m Ite\ Patrick II. Foley their lime or money property
PINEI.UVELBUMISTHev.: : : of Vanessa. SAVE ON LUBRICATION named defendant and that on Husband,
---- Ruman h areSUNIlXY / and
Monday the 19th day of
Masses 7 The kindness
: Saturday pm., \
September 1977 at twelve
!Sunday 11 a m.. :Monday 7 support, and prayers Wednesdays & Thursdays Only
(;4111!) 10 am. Worship. II ,I.In : 0'dock Noon on said day on the Wife.
pIn. Tuesday 8:30: a.m. bors and friends \'
'h'II""I h I | |)> Churchll Bible Study. 6:30: ) p.m. : premises of the Bradford County
I ">. IliiilUrUlonSI. Wednesday 8.30: 6:30: p.m.firstI"riday Evening: Worship. 7pm our family !greatly.Bill: and Includes Lubrication Jail I will offer for sale and sell NOTICE OF SUIT
Thursday a.m.
SUrke a.m': MED: \ESU \\' : Prayer 5 0 to the highest bidder for cash! In TO: PETER SAMUEL ALOGNA'CO
month. ;
8:30: .,... ,.. ,. 1-1 Oil Change And Filter Mrs. Yvonne
:M.'MY: : Sunday School. ( Confessions, : :Monday 6 p m. Service. 7-30) pm. ?" hand, the above described Alogna' .
10 a m.: :Morning Worship. 11 6:45; ('.'till> OF 'I'll' \\ (Cars Only) property of said defendant to 182 Noble Street
pm. or upon request --S 0-e a a 06618
/11 in.: )Evening; Worship. Parish Council :Meetings We wish to take satisfy the aforesaid Execution. West Haven. Connecticut

6:*) fourth :Monday of each" month \CEH\PTISTCIIUHCII I{ I tunity to thank all
\\ IIISESU.Youth:: : : Altar Society :Meetings ll"y hlIi).\ South friends and Quaker State Or Maxon Oil Dolph E. Reddish Sheriff YOU ARE HEREBY

meeting 7 p in. Bible Study. 1st :Monday of each" month. :o.l'OIl.Bible: : School. 10 flowers. food and ,///yfr/ s Bradford County Florida NOTIFIED. that an action for.

7 p m. 0-a- am. Worship II a.m : sympathy during the Wix Filters ( Support and Child Custody
Pastor: Robert Hardenelcomeoneandall :MOIU.XN KOAPH Training Union. 7 p.m ; our beloved sister and 8/25 4lchg 9/15 Without Dissolution of Marriage
\\ \PTISTsl' Evening: Worship. 8 p m. A special t thank has been fled against you and
WEDNESDAY: :! you are required to serve a copy
a a e : Prayer hospital and staff.
:\ U \\ : Sunday .
FIRST CHRISTIAN lOa m. :Morning! Worship and :Meeting. 7 30 p m. "A church Tanner Funeral '/ NOTICE OF INTENTION of your written defense, if any
(111 h 'IUII h Services for the Deaf.. a.m. where everybody is Pine Valley Holiness i1 I TO REGISTER to it on RICHARD E. WEL'TY.Attorney .

.'lnllOI'linhlf'r: Training Union. 6:30: p.m. somebody" The:'; FICTITIOUS NAME for Petitioner, whose
address 114 N. Walnut Street.
Fredrick 865.09
Worship. 7::30 Pursuant to Section
Evening p.m.
:MADISON ST. BAPTIST Post Office Box 996. Starke
Si'MlAY Sunday School Is here-
: Florida Statutes notic
ss EU\: ESU.Ihd."eek: REV.CHARLES R. SWAHT2 I I I I I I." II." ...... Florida 32091 and fie the
9:4.: ;; am.: morning service Prayer Service 7:30: p.m. by given that the undersigned
with the Clerk of the
10:43: am. : youth group. e: a e-- Welter& Dianne Westcort. KOA original
p.m. evening worship. 7 THURSDAY: Youth to I'i\I: \ \II : Campground. P.O. Box 173. above-styled Court on or before
p.m. ; Choir practice. 8 p m. FIRST\ BAPTIST play Putt-Putt Golf 7 p in. ( ((1".n".f\Ji.( I ; Surke, Florida 32091. doing September 26. 1977 otherwise a
Sunday: 9:43a.m.: Sunday : School Ill)l.II-ss: be entered
\\ EIISEsn.Bible; SUU.Sunday ( p Ill business under the firm name of Judgment may
School; 11 a.m., Morning 9:43 RtMinbir for the relief
Study. 8 p.m. : a.m. ; Morning Worship "HAPPY HOE FARMS." against you
-S0- Worship; 6:15: p.m., Church 11 a in.; Children's Worship 11 lIes. lnll Crawford & Sterling Rd. demanded In the Petition. -

training: 7:30: pm.. Evening a.m.; Church Training 6:15: County, WITNESS my hand and the
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN: Worship. pm.; Evening Worship 7:30: SUNDAY: : Suiid.n Wt Will PI. .U, & Ruin, >,fMond fU'ke.. *. 32091.Bradford intends to seal of the said Court on the

UU'IUII :Monday: LABOR DAY. am. i\\orship said fictitious name 22nd day of August. 1977.
p.m.NURSERY register
Dr. Jack and. minister office closed. ; PROVIDEDFOR a m. and 7 p m Vim Car I. CItE FREE under the provisions of aforesaid GILBERT S. BROWNAS
Tuesday 3 pm., Jr. Choir ALL SERVICES. "watute. CLERK OF THE SAID
School and Music Maker: 7 p.m.. TUESDAYS Bible COURT
SUNDAY: : Sunday Study rhutltsus t\ :\ Walter e [Dianne Westcott. ,
9:30: am. : :Morning Worship. Deacon's Meeting. and monthly luncheon 11 I a.m. service. 7 :io p m r Btthttt '1 owners.
lIam ._ Wednesday ; Regularly WEDNESDAY Youth and Atfneltto ,*, Dated this seventh day of By; Beulah M. Moody. Deputy

Tllt'USDAY/ : C 0 rpraetict' scheduled meetings and Children's Choir 7:30: pm.: :Smilt'Oi'l:': of mi' July. A.D. 1977 at StarkeFlorida. Clerk.

7'30 p.m. services beginning at 6:15: Mid-Week Service 7:30: pm. road by Bradl OJ II 8/25 4tPd 9/15 8/25 4tchg 91Sw.
p.m. Adult Choir 8:30: p m. _j-uiii-ir- Ef1JI 1L 1JLLI.$


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