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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 22, 1977
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Without fanfare Bradford County Commissioners Monday
;f' morning, Sept. 19, in special session gave final approval for the I
1977-78 7.567 mill budget after two sessions of taxpayer'
DOT complaints over the 2,75 mill increase
The$2,227.750 budget for 1977.78 took a $377,000 jump from the'
$1.85 million of last year. The budget has been growing

approximately $200,000 per year for the past three ears, from .
$1.3 million in 74-75 to$1,5 million in 75-76 to$1.85 million in 76-77. '

On 301 FloodingIn Millage in 76-77 was 4.766, by adding 4.822 mills, as
lower than the 4 838 in 197556. certified by the property
It takes 4 822 mills to bring in appraiser and the 2.754 mill
the same amount of revenue tax increase.A .
that 4.766 mills brought in last mill this year is worth

Heavy Rains year, based on 95 percent of $137.215. Bradford County-
the current years adjusted property owners will pay a
value. The new county millage total of $13.72 per $1,000 worthof
of mills is reached assessed value
7.576 property
figure
Everybody: talks about the the street committee for
weather but nobody does study next year. County taxes
Starke resident The majority of the rest of provide '46 percent or
anything learned a as Starke the hour and a half meeting Bids Let 1390.541 Federal and of the state total revenue budget. Bradford High School 1977-78 MajorettesKneeling

Commissioners Tuesday was devoted to debating the
night. September :20. took merits of a lobbying and sharing and almost race track all funds the; : Karen Reddish Donna Samons. Debbie Harper, Strutting for football fans each Friday night this season are
partial blame for streets attorney's group used jointlyby On 6 Local provide Standing: Dana Alvarez. Honda Griffis, Cassle Itiddick.\ ;Not; these six majorettes of the Bradford High :.tarchingBand.
flooding after flash floods Starke and other cities in a balance bhown: Stephanie Gr.en.MacKay.
but recent $18 million law suit. The school system recentlyset
:Monday evening passedthe
its millage 6.59. of which
buck to the Department of City attorney George Pierce
(IDOTI for the explained the $10.727 spent by Jobs 6.4 is the required local effort
Transportation Paving
and $9 will be used to make
rest of the overflow the city in the law suit would Cites
the last 1958
payment on a LegislationTo
result in the city receiving the
jut! Kallos who lives on natural needed from Bradford Clay and Union bond Issue to build the high
Broadway. gas counties were included as partof school auditorium.
t'enterStreet near; January 1978 to the end of the
lold commissioners he has contract in 1981 or get the 34 projects received In low County tax payers will also
had 'fi\e years of cash. bids opened in Tallahassee be billed for either the St. ,,
Iru!>trutlon" about t drainage Debate continued with Wednesday, August 31. by the Johns or 'Suwannee River
problems and the Mater Vondnywa
I, ( continued objection to what The three local counties be mailed in November'
:Mayor ('h..rles. !Schaefer' was received for spent. along with 13 other counties Depending on where a
I said while the council Commissioner Vernon money Silcox will receive reflective taxpayer lives in the county

sympathises with Kallos tileIClT told Warren while he did not pavement markers and he will be paying an extra .I3H Significant forward stridesin Florida Coalition of Senior tax, and suggesting expansion are Icii-l l able In del end
I ) ) said it would take like the lobbying system that thermoplastic and paint mills, about 13 cents for each senior citizen legislation Citizens here TuesdayIn of the sales tax to include thc'inseh t'sAnother
$400.110 to put in new storm was the way the game had to striping at various locations.The $1,000 of property valuation passed by the 1977 Legislature other opimonslal'Kay: services, as well as products hill important In
sewers, when t they surveyedt' be played to get the much low bid of $1,268,274 was or.34 mills about 34 cents for reviewed by Sen. Kenneth H.I favored full state financing of :MacKay saidIt' have a senior cili/ens is he I one
'-.. years ago. The DOT needed cheaper fuel for the submitted by Pave-Mark each $1,000 of assessed value. i Buddy)MacKay., of Ocala at all public schools, at the same service-oriented: society, in providing! lunds lor sevondemonstration
created the problem when utility system. The Florida Corp. of Miami.Bradford The ,138 mills will be leviedin a ml'Pting t the North Central 1 time opposing a state income which services I mow exempt projects under
they four land t'S-301. 2O Municipal Utilities County is includedin six square miles of the Community Cure program!
years I without adequate 31.688 miles of resurfacing Bradford County a strip older
Association (FMUA) won the aimed al assisting!
J drainage, said Schaefer. 10 year $18 million law suit existing pavement with a type about one mile wide north of persons t to i lie dignified and
c other areas cited as that will allow Starke to two asphalt concrete surfaceas the Keystone Airport to southof reasonably independent lives-
complaints were Pratt\ Street generate more cheaply part of eight jobs in Baker, Keystone on Lake Geneva in their own or a relative'shome
and along Alligator Creek than buying power it from Florida Bradford and Columbia in the St. Johns River Water I through! t the use nl l lcoordinated.
counties. Management District. 1 r. ; ,
Schaefer admitted it was Power and Light.' bidder the community
Low on eight jobs
the responsibility of the city to In other action Marion Construction to. Divided into districts as e based 1 service' programs
keep ditches cleaned, but commissioners: was "per natural wa:ersht'adarea" Another I prograni!
of Ocala with a bid of 360200. k.ar
.dded. "hen flash floods Set September 27,7 p.m. for the rest of the county's g encourage! the developmentof
happen as Monday, nothing work on the 1977-78 budget The roads are: SH-S200A. 284 square miles is in the geriatric!; outpatient nursing(>
from US-301 north to SR.225 in s
would help. Me offered the The fiscal year ends Suwannee River Water clinics making;\ l' of often
suggestion to Kallos that September 30. Schaefer said Lawtey; SR-S235. from SR- Management District and will under-utilized 1 nursing, home
north of Brooker north to
231,
citizens of Starke enter into a he felt it could be taken care of pay the ,34 mills. treatment rooms as sites for
class action suit against DOT. in one sitting and vowed to SR-100;; SR-S225 from SR-100 Created by constitutional routine health care services
work it out if"it took to west of Starke northerly to amendment in 1976 this is the provided 1 lo t'lderlpl'rson!>
Drainage was referred to midnight. SR-16: SR.S125, from the first year water management t fit who need not ho residents Union County line south districts have had said
Schaefer indicated there taxing nursing homeslat'Kil:
was only X number of dollars easterly to the Clay Countyline authority to meet operating this would enable: t the elderly

wile m Pwn atrifr! and clerk Merrill Edwardshad Crystal: SR-S18 Lake, from south SR-S100 approxi-at expenses. I I I7a lo receive routine, but
worked with those Also depending on whethera necessary, health euro
mile and SR- ,
#! mately ,3 on
figures. Edwards gave each tax payer lives in an *_ services at lower cost t
S133. from SR-252 north ap-
of the
commissioner of the incorporated area further bill
a copy proximately 3 miles, east of As protection a
he will also
proposed budget lo look over Lake City count additional pay was passed completely
before' the budget meeting. millage. rewriting the law regulating'care
The low bids for the state !>
I One commissioner totaled $32,434.748 for the 34 require levied 3 mills lor life" contracts! w ilh
commented it sounded like the road and bridge construction by the state to the aim to end' fraudulent
receive revenue sharing, for a
have caused
that
budget was already activities
projects. $35.295 budget. Brooker' with a rc, ,
', completed without their input. A many Florida elderl10 lose
to Starke is locked into CD Conference 3 mills levy will have a .10,328: their l life savings through> such

Thursday, Sept.22 keeping last years millage of budget. contracts intended to provide
:I..HI l or lower because of the The 1977 Journal of Civil The city of Starke plans to them with lood. shelter, and .
Bradford County Sept. :30) end of the fiscal year. Defense annual conferencewill keep last years millage of nursing care
Hospital Board Any increase would have to be be held in Starke 3.441. which will bring about Also strengthened was I
7pm.strawbarry advertised. 3.441 would bring Saturday. Oct. 29. 9 a m. to :3 $125.000 into the city coffers Sen. Buddy MacKay. D-Ocala, third from left chats with Joe Kerrigan president of Bradford legislation dealing ith t the
about $125.000 into the city pm. at the II.W, Tarkington The city budget has not been' Senior Citizens: Lillian Pa'quallelIal1ll.: secretary of Florida Congress of Senior Citizens, problem' of adult abuse I
Swingers coffers. Edwards said the Building 830 Edwards Road.A finalized yet. according to city and :Milledge Murphy a representative of the State Department of Health and RehabilitativeServices. ; providing protective services

DemonstrationMc budget has a 5 percent raise buffet will follow at clerk Merrill Edwards.: The and a four-day temporary
ParkingLot for all employees except Crystal Lake from 4 p m. to 8 city fiscal year ends Sen. MacKay addressed a meeting of he :North Central Florida Coalition of Senior Citizens! in protective placement for aged
the civil defense
30. building Tuesday
at 7:30: p.m electric and finances were in pm. September county persons \\ hoI ill suffer
"fair shape." irreparable injury or death if
Also set was October 11 and .. from sales taxi I comprise 65 not removed from their
Saturday, S.pt.24 25 for public hearing on the -- per cent of the state s gross present surroundings.
city's land use plan.In billings Remaining unsolved at the

Cystic Fibrosis other business the board ; He termed the ad valorem present time arehat
Road Block appointed Ben Moxley to the tr i property ) tax "inherently MacKay called two of the
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US-301 & SR-100 board of bond trustees and unequal.and recommended most frustrating issues facing
I 'a.m.-2p.m, Walter Wescott to the city !! doing away with revenue the elderly-the high cost of
,j zoning board. sharing funds to counties and medical care and auto
I Jr. Woman's Club JT ,'Jr of cities and using that money i insurance.On .
Fall Fashion Show \ for support of schools. the controversial issue of
Noon Rain Is FactorIn Give the property tax back the use of ,school buses by
senior citizens during off-
the counties and citiesthis
I --= to school hours MacKay said
Warner "
Pop i. '
is what it will take to
2 AccidentsA "
.
Game ', "" $100million is now being spenton
BC Fairgrounds < '"' i straighten" out the problem said. in a mass-t ransit system used t
II
11:30Tuesday: hard rain late Monday Florida MacKay for school purposes only.
I afternoon caused several In a wide-ranging speech "This system (school buses)
I I problems for motorists and .," MacKay pointed to ten bills is idle much of the time and
Sept. 27 was a factor in two traffic passed during the 1977 session should be set up so that school
accidents. that were definitely plus- boards must use the buses to
BC Zoning Board Helen Rhoden Thompson of : 'f' ..', """ legislation for senior citizens. meet the transportation needsof
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7:30p.m.CGurthouse: Starke was slightly injured ,, ", '" ",' ,'.j",, the elderly when not being
when her car was struck from : .. """""" "..t! ; },.. > Tops among these, he said used by the schools. He said
the Crime CompensationAct
the rear by a car driven by P" "t. was the legislature was coming
Robert Terry Lee of Lake : .,._ .'1'" which levies an additional back stronger to push this
cI-.r convictedof
Butler $10 fine on persons Issue in behalf of senior

(Jiff (Hammunityfctatr When. Thompson the accident was traveling occurredMrs. Cars Surfboard On 301 After Rain fund a crime used, which to compensate will go into the a citizens at the 1978 session.

Milledge Murphy. :
Sank slowly on US 301 because Flash Hooding Starke Monday resulted In stalled car and Lake reported Louis Hill Tower at Lawtey 1.$ inches and New victims. MacKay said the representing 'the HRS
water from the rain had accident In two sections of US) .3e1. In front of the high school River Tower on SR-100 west of Starke 1.4 Inches. elderly are much more of Aging and
a..w .._... U" covered parts of the right and covering the road and parking lot at the Holiday Inn. Total rainfall for the county for the first 20 days of September vulnerable to crimes against Adult department Services in Gainesville.
,.+.r. T.o..Ia ttO.OOO-fcl-C'_ hand lane.See Rain gauge in Starke reported 3.5 Inches for Monday on top of hiSanUFe. 7.7 inches; Louis Hill... Inches; and New River ... their person than any other I
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1JII. Junior Woman's Club ( 7//,3 Waoty Jitor, 9647608Woman's

Fall fashion _._ .,
will present a --- ----=- ... ,- -- -------
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show and luncheon Saturday .
Sept! 24. at the club house. / :>
Luncheon will be served at Club Has Energy :: .
noon and fashion show to } krxta !
f / begin at 12:30: pm Crisis ProgramCharles !.:" '\ ?
Advance tickets at $2.25 '. ,
l adults and $1 I.IXI for children J aI' Hutcheson of Clay meeting where Mrs. T. II. t tie

may be purchased from (N Electric spoke to the Woman's Rahn and Mrs. Joyce Riherd
Sharon lyres, !064-8050. Club of Starke on the energy were accepted as new
Carolyn Autry 4-6788 or crisis and how to help combatit members. i
Clarice Stephens. 964-6331, at their luncheon-meeting Each member was asked to j
Tickets purchased at the door Wednesday of last week. volunteer to work at least 10
will be $2.50. adults and $1.25 } The speaker was introducedby hours on one of the programs
----- for children. Mrs. Paul Bridges, listed on a sheet which was
Fashions will be modeled y luncheon chairman.Mrs. passed out to each member.
from Sears of Starke. Leila's, Curtis Sanders, The programs will be
A a, '
Stumps and Bullington's, president, presided over the announced at a later date.

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Alpha Gamma Ortega Youth To Present

A Y R Met Sept 19 # Program Here Sunday


The Alpha Gamma Chapterof Approximately 50 youth attend. 1., .
the Alpha Delta Kappa metal T'nnison Wa(>rs from the Ortega Methodist Following.Sunday morning xlt
the Episcopal Parish Houseon Church, Jacksonville will service the congregation will t
0.. ', :Monday. September 19 fora Cathy J. Tennison, present a 45 minute musical have covered dish dinner in
r planning meeting with daughter of Mr.( and Mrs. Jim program at 1:15: p,m. Sunday, the Fellowship Hall, after
a President Gladys Thomas Tennison, of 8105 Lenox Ave.. Sept, 25, at the First United which members, families and
t presiding. Jacksonville, and Ronnie B. Methodist Church sanctuary.The guests will return to the
Eunice Searing gave an Waters son of Mr. and Mrs. public is invited toStancil sanctuary for the program. t r
inspiring devotional on Aaron Waters of Lake Butler + ar
Patience. were united in marriage
Hostesses for the eveningwere Tuesday, July 19, by Judge Ann Allen

Jeannie Loper. Gladys AL. Dnggers. / ....
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Thomas, and Eugenia Whitehead The couple Is now making Honored With wn.Mr. T
Faa..hillll ShoN Set utllrdn their home at 555 S.W 3rd ."' : anti :Mrs A.S. Harrison Celebrate 5nih Wedding Anniversary -

blousehew ............................ Ave., Lake Butler. ; Kitchen ShowerMiss
I.MIII M "tt'> wears .1 ('lIrduro.jump'II I vonstrasting :Miss Sherrie Barton of ............n ............... T
ill iniHlri for scars, of r Stark in ho Itai-k-tw-Scluiol Fall .
Starke Tampa was Saturday overnight Mrs. V.V. Hazen of .;, Ann Allen, Nov 5
the ,
Fa.In.sill."a .nut 1 inuliciin tu presented bv '"": Mr. and Mrs. A.S. Harrison
Junior Utitn.nrs (lult ;it IIIMIII this Saturday Sept' 21, in tht'lImall" guest of her uncle and Gainesville was Sunday .' bride-elect, was compli
\\ : ( tub aunt. Mr: and Mrs Olin visitor of Mr and !Mrs 1\1.1" I. .t mented at a kitchen shower
White, Hazen.Denmark '[ Saturday morning given by Celebrate 50th
Mrs. Henry Godwin and Mrs. AnniversaryMr.

o :' :.'. .;" F.W.Kingsley Strickland Lake home at of the the and 11rs..S.. Harrison \\a\cross. Ga. :Mr and :Mrs

,/"", : latter celebrated their golden harry Hipps of Florence
'1 Mrs. Strickland greeted the wedding anniversary SC. Mr. and Mrs: Luther
Furniture ., guests at the door and Saturday evening, Sept. 17 at Hipps of Orlando. :Mr and
directed them into the family a buffet dinner and receptionat :Mrs, W.14. Harrison. :Mr ,111(1 l
room overlooking the lake the Holiday I Inn Starke. :Mrs liohby Harrison and :Mr
I where games with prizes were Hosts for the occasion were and :Mrs. Clifford trii1l; ( and\
their four children:: A.S. family orI>(','ry. Ga.. :Mr and

o 0 0JOOOO! [] o( (3aJaJll I ( ( ] [a 6 .... dining enjoyed.The white refreshment room linen was cloth covered table and in witha cen-the Greta Harrison Harrison Meyers, Jr.of of of Waycross Atlanta Starke,,, W:Mrs.'Ga.L :Mrs.Atlanta Charles:Mr of and(ical.i.::'oJ\t'rs Mrs Charles Huhl'l.tHarrison ol

Lee tered with an arrangement of and Bobby Harrison of Ocala Curtis Athens.. (!i.l.. :Mr ,11I'oIl's. ,\
yellow and white daisies. and grandchildren Allen Richard Held.Ian
WeddingSet. Assisting in serving and. Harrison and Mrs. Deidre I larrison Frank Gill and :MikeKinsley
caring for the 20 guests were Reed of Fort Lauderdale.The of Fort Lauderd.ile.
LIVING ROOM GROUP HAMMOCKS Nov. 1 11 1 the hostesses daughters Mrs. 93 attending ate dinner Tommy Harrison ot Wiico
Lamar Griffis and Miss Gloria at tables in the dining room Texas and :Mr and :Mrs Ken

Mr.and !Mrs. C.E. Stancil of Strickland. and enjoyed punch and cake Stewart and daughter olUaines
4 Piece Rattan Sofa, Matching Chair And 2 Mildew Proof from a table covered with \'ille.
Starke announce the engage- Miss Allen was presentedwith
End Tables Blue & Gold Print Cover ment and approaching a wooden recipe box with brown linen cloth decorated Grandchildren attendingwere "
Jenifer and :\
Reg. 3985 marriage of their daughter. cards from her hostesses as a with a garland of ivy and anc1 \
\1\ Tomm\ Kicharci.Wes .
:
('rs.
Reg. *599MCloseOut 3495. Ruth Darlene, to Michael memento of the occasion. chrysanthemums. Centering Julie I.esa. MikeSusan.
$49995 Close OutUPHOLSTERED Wayne Lee, son of Mr. and Among the guests were Mrs. the punch table was a three Alan and )IH'idivHarrison
Mrs. J.W, Lee of Law,ley. R.E. Allen. Jr., mother of the tiered anniversary cake"
The wedding will be an honoree, and Mrs. H.B. topped with the figure "50 I
Two punch bowls were at I each Mr: and :Mrs Harrison. who
event of Friday, November 11, Williams Mrs. Charles Me-
end of the table.Outoftown have lived in Starke since
at 8 p.m., at Grace Baptist Callum and Mrs. Dwight Allenof
WICKERCLOTHES REDWOODChaise Church in Starke.All Gainesville, grandmotherand guests were ITU.\ were married on Sep
friends and relatives of aunts of the honoree. Mrs. U.T IlIpps11': and (ember 14.I HUT! at Douglas,
(ia :Mrs Harrison is t the
Mrs. Clyde Roberson Mr
Chair and Club Chair the couple are invited to attend : former Pearl Hipps ol
Lounge Rocking the wedding and and Mrs. Francis Hipps. Mr
BASKETSSpecial tion following in the church recep- Mrs. Register, III and Mrs. W.L. Harrison and lla/lehurst. Ga
Floraf+
Print Covers fellowship area. :Mrs. :Mike Harrison of

Shower Honoreex..e" .. "... .. .,.,. ..."" ,,__
!$ <--"" '." > ? .'*' .-y> ,I.) .. ,
$995 Reg. 219" 1899,5 J. B.'Bakkens' H .M .* nil'bifef.--.* : 7- ? Qtyjjpi3fi,7'. Auxiliary Plans H .i.iHosp. j ;, I i.

Close OutRATTAN Mrs.Freeman Register, 111
Entertain AtRehearsal
was honored at a Pampers-
Dinner Coke party Saturday after Rummage Sale Oct. 1 15 I
noon given by Mrs. Edward
WICKER GROUP BOOKCASE Mr and Mrs. J.B. Bakken Ripplinger and Mrs. Robert The Bradford County :Mrs, H C Holuendorf. Sr
entertained at a dinner party Autry at the home of the latterat Hospital Auxiliary made asked members to bring her
Thursday night in the Methodist Country Club Estates.A plans for a rummage sale material scraps for the
3 Piece White With Yellow Cushions, Love 36" Wide x 48" High x 18" Deep Fellowship Hall for their Teddy Bear theme was October 15 at the service puppets she makes lor the
son, Gary, and fiancee Susan carried out in the decorationsin station at the corner of S. hospitality; Shop which are a I
Seat, High Back Chair And Low back Chair Ebhng, following the couple's the party rooms. Walnut street and W Madisonat good sales itt'mIr: Holt/on: :
Reg. M99" [ wedding rehearsal.The The refreshment table was their supper-meeting dorf has made. over KKI( of the
Reg. '369" $ 5 $17495 head table of the U- covered with a lace cloth over Monday night at the Methuoist puppets in the past several
299 Close Out shaped tables was centered yellow satin and was centered Fellowship Hall. years
Close OutSTEEL with an arrangement of pink, with a Teddy Bear. !Mrs. Dave Shuford. finance
Preceding the meeting a
blue and yellow The approximately 40guests chairman asked for volunteers
seasonal green flowers. Place cards invited to attend enjoyed to serve at the sale buffet supper was served bv
the refreshments and social which will start at 9 a m. and hostesses Ida Lee Plummer
GLIDERS 1 only ment marked of the six seating seated arrange at the time during the party hours 3 last until everything is sold. Mildred Frick. Linda Johns.
and Doris Over-
!Mrs. Mildred I"rlck'ke.- Ada Reddish
to 5
head table. Down the length of p.m.

3 Passenger Gliders With Matching Chairs RATTAN SWIVEL ROCKER the side tables was a garlandof ...........................I. president meeting where presided it was over voted the to street fall arrangements The dining tables I in wooden held
the same flowers.
Sen. and Mrs. Charley combine the crackers and bowls centered b.v' burning
Limited Quantity Yellow And Green The 40 attending includedthe
Reg. '79" wedding party,immediate Johns have returned after six chips in one machine in the >ellou tapers These arrangements
Reg families and out-of-town weeks in Glenville, N.C. hospital lobby. and the head table
M26$10095 Closeout $14995 guests. !Mrs. Ida Lee Plummer. arrangement of mixed fallFoliage

Now The honored couple pre Mr. and Mrs Lester Crews Hospitality Shop chairman. are on sale in the
sented their attendants with returned Sunday night froman reported the sales in the shop Hospitality Shop.
personal gifts during thedIOneI' eight day trip to Rome, have increased and a newstock The ;November; 21\ meeting
Queen Size Bamboo Italy.DOMT of Christmas items will hostesses will be: Arthunne
CHAISELOUNGECUSHIONED be available soon. Blanchard. Louie Bell Parks
SOFA SLEEPERWhite - Mrs. Sue Wright of Law ley Emma: Rene Wea'er.Irs:

was accepted as a new :Maxie Carter. Sr. and :Mrs

ALUMINUM FOLDING Bamboo Trim Green And White LEAVE OUT member. L C Early.

Blue Green Print Vinyl Cover

Reg. 54" ;$4795 I Bamboo Reg.Print 49998 Covers $ ANYONE !II!IA ,.. Susan Ebling Honored I

Close Out tlWWBAMBOO At Bridesmaid LuncheonMiss
Close Out Hand-Crafted Gift Is So Special! }-
Susan Ebling, whose tables held silver bud Oases
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Participate In Our Classes And Start ; marriage to Gary Bakken was holding salmon pink

TABLE LAMPS Gifts an event of carnations, leather leaf fern
OAKPORCH Making Those Special Christmas Now!; bridesmaid's
honored at a and a white satin bow

1 Pair White With White Pleated luncheon Saturday given by Corsages of salmon pink
Only CLASSES NOW FORMING !Mrs. Maxie Carter, Sr. and carnations were presentul to
ROCKERS Shades !Mrs.Olin White at the home of the honoree, :Mrs. Ebing.
Reg. 39;3 Each $ 5 MACRAME' 2 CLASSESStarts the latter. Mrs. Bakken and Mrs

I Slat Seat And Back Or Cane Seat & Back Now 01 Tues.. Oct. 4 .1 P.M. 10 P. M. !Mrs. White greeted the Winifred Green, grandmo. 'her
Each Starts Thurs. Oct. 6 9:30: A M. 12 noon guests at the door and invited of the groom.
Fee '11000 For 5 Classes, Plus MaterialsCHILDREN'S them into the family room for After lunch the honoree vas
before lunch refreshments. presented three juice glassesof
Redwood During the refreshments! .
her chosen glassware as a
White Cedar ART Bobbie O'Brian, Instructor
Mountain Tub
!Michael White read a memento of the occasion.
PICNIC TABLE SETWith I Starts Sat.. Oct. 1 10 A.M. 12 Noon reflection from David E Fourteen guests attended
Webster's book entitled "To
Those from out-of-town wen'Mrs.
4 Classes Materials
For
ICE CREAM FREEZERS Fee 20 Including Love and To Cherish." Avanell Johnson .f
2 Benches In Carton !Mrs White invited the Jacksonville, Mrs. Chntoi
BEGINNING ART (Drawing Painting, Batik) guests into the dining room Barton, both aunts of tru!

Reg. 69;6 4 Qt.,.'6 at. And 8 Qt. Starts Mon.. Oct. 107 P.M. 10 P.M. and living room where the bride, and !Mrs. Amy Barton''
$5995 Fee MS" For 5 Classes Plus Materials three luncheon tables were cousin of the bride, irony
Now covered with white Army Keystone Heights. Mrs'George
,j Navy cloths. The dining room Canova and Mrs.
tiQt QUILLING Sue Yates Instructor table was centered with a Reginal Underhill of Kingsley'Lake. '
AIT'S Starts Tues.. Oct. 11 10 A.M. 12 Noon crystal bowl holding salmon .
DO BETTER AT x.a pink and light pink silk
A FACT YOU CAN Fee '10" For 5 Classes Plus Materials flowers. The other two punch

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':i Teresa Spivey and Dennis Dowling Gissy-Johnson Honored At receptionMiss Jimmy Alvarez Honored At Birthday Dinner .

I ment was used in the living
Karen Gissy and Jodie
Wed room and potted plants and Jimmy Alvarez was to the 13 guests at a long tablein After dinner homemade ice
: Sept. 3 At First Baptist ChurchThe V Johnson be an event whose of October marriagewill 8, hanging baskets were placedat honored at a birthday dinner the family room. The table cream and birthday cake

honored Saturday night, points of interest In the Monday night given by Mr. was covered with an imported were served after which the
First Baptist Church, were party rooms. and Mrs. Warren Ebling and linen cloth and centered with guests gathered around the
Starke, was the setting for the Sept.House"17, with by Mr.an and"Open Mrs. Assisting were Mrs. Joan daughter, Sandra, at their an arrangement of yellow piano for group singing while
marriage of Teresa given home white and Jimmy opened his gifts.
Kathryn Kent Booher, Mr. and Mrs. Chitty, Mrs. Harry Hatcher, at Kingsley Lake.A roses pompoms
Spivey, daughter of Mr. and Kenneth Grider, Mr. and Mrs. Jr., Mrs. Linda Johns, Mrs. seafood dinner was served leather leaf fern.
Mrs. W.H. Spivey to Dennis
David Wainwright Mrs.
Frank Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. --
Aaron Dowling all of Starke, Larry Hardin and Misses
Robbie Shaller Mr. and Mrs.
son of Mr. and Mrs. T.A. Debbie Mitchell, Melissa
Winkler and Mr. and
Dowling of Sharpest George Mrs. Drew Reddish at the Winkler Lynn Pierce, Kathy T DEALS
Rev. Ben Bryant performedthe home of the latter in Green and Nancy Grider.Approximately YET O
nuptials on Sept.. 3 at 8 Acres. 200 guests

pm.Centering Mrs. Reddish introduced the were invited to attend. Those
the altar was an from out-of-town attendingwere
the receiving line
arch with large peach and y ,v guests to Mr. and Mrs. Ernest
.. of the honored
white mums entwined with composed Patz and daughter, Ginny of
Mr. and Mrs. Joe
greenery. On each side of the couple Orange Park, Mrs. W.L.
of the bride-to-
!977
arch were stair waytothesky "j GissY'larents and Mrs. Jodie Townsend and daughter. Lois tAR

candelabras flanked by J Johnson, Jr. of Miami, Ann Clay Townsend and
two basket arrangements of ':4' ,\ A-; parents of the prospectivegroom. Miss Kelly Kight of Palatka.
white gladioli, peach mums, J ... ,, N Mr. and Mrs. Glen Harris of
gold daisies, greenery and ._: _:!.:;' The table was Keystone Heights and Mr. and
peach bows. In the back- ,.. ,- ): "- dining room Mrs. Jim Hardee of
r covered with a white dacron '
ground were two palms. 1'r; lace cloth and centered withan Gainesville.The .
Mrs. George Canova, I /. ,It cw arrangement of roses, hosts persented the TERWILLEGAR, HAS
Miss Cindy
organist Canova
; breath and fern.A couple with the sugar bowl to
baby's
pianist, and Kathy Taylor, r / pine cone lily arrange- their selected china as a
soloist presented a programof .- memento of the occasion.
nuptial music. ; ':'f .: : 12TRUCKS
Dean Elixson attended as ir 1t 4
best man. Ushers were David Retired Teachers Plan October Fun DayThe 16 Gars

Joiner Dwight Seay, Martin 3LTDS

Seay and Marvin Seay. I. ., Bradford-Union Retired Mrs. Beatrice Futch who was
Miss Eileen Houck servedas I r "h, Teacher's Association met the first president of the Brad
maid of honor. Attendants ..(, Thursday, Sept. 15, at the ford-Union Retired Teachers 6 PINTOS
Mere Misses Denise Dowlingand : :*" Methodist Fellowship Hall fora Association.Mrs. I &
Lisa Spivey. They were covered dish luncheon and Frances Hamilton
gowned alike in peach floor made plans for an October past president, reminisced of 2 RANCHEROS
length dresses with matching Fun Day. happy years with the group as
elbow length capes. Miss Mrs II.A. Lawson asked the she said her good-bye. She is
Houck carried a nosegay of blessing and Mrs. A.R changing her residence to the I Trucks
white daisies, white sweet. Norman gave the devotion.Mrs. Wesley Manor Retirement 2 MAVERICKS
heart roses and peach mums. Julius Royal, Village in Mandarin. She had
Attendants carried one peach president, and Mrs. L.A. been an active and faithful
carnation, yellow mums Canova secretary shared member. 3 GRANADAS I
peach daisies and baby's their interesting, informative, For further information
breath. I ,:' ,. as well as humorous concerning the October Fun
Connie Guynn attended as Day, details concerning the
\ experiences from their trip to
flower girl and Travis Worrellwas St. Petersburg Beach where outing will be In an article in
ringbearer.The :Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Dowling they attended the Florida the Telegraph or call Mrs. A At Fabulous CloseOut
bride, given in Retired Teachers Association Russell Norman chairman.
marriage by her father wore convention Sept. 79. Mrs. Fellowship, group singing
an empire gown of silk guests at the door. Mrs. bowl I encircled with greeneryand Edna Hart was also a delegateto and an excellent luncheon
organza and French imported Tommy Smith kept the bride's baby's breath. Presidingat the convention, which met were enjoyed by those Prices
chant illy lace. Crystal book. the punch table were Miss at the Happy Dolphin Inn. attending the meeting.
pleating} framed the jeweled Standing in the receiving Lane Tenly, Mrs. Glen S. The local unit voted to The next general meetingwill
lace bodice and was repeated line were the bride and groom, Wade and Miss Esther contribute to the First United be Thursday, Nov. 17, in
again! with lace bands on the their parents Mr. and Mrs. Pearson. Methodist Church memorial Lake Butler at the Methodist Clyde Terwillegar And Ford Motor Co. Again SponsorsPunt
full bishop sleeves. Tiers of P.A. Dowling Dean Elixson, building fund in memory of Fellowship Hall for a covered
crystal pleating edged the full Eileen Houck, David Joiner Mrs. Charles Darby dish luncheon and meeting. Pass & Kick Contest. To Be On Oct. 1,1977. .
silhouette of the skirt and and Denise Dowling.The directed the wedding.

swept into a cathedral train. bride's table was Following a wedding trip to Mrs. Barber Shower HonoreeMrs. He Invites All Interested Youth In Bradford County To
Her crown of crystal pleated covered with a white satin and Daytona Beach the couple is
lace. secured her floor length lace cloth and centered with a residing at the Gilhooly
white net veil. She carried a three tiered wedding cake Trailer Park. James Barber was Roberts at the home of the Stop By And Register At The Pratt Street Rec.
latter of Bessent Road.
nosegay of peach carnations topped with peach roses and The bride is a 1977 graduate honored at a stork shower
white sweetheart roses, white doves. Flanking the of Bradford High School and is Tuesday night Sept. 13, givenby Games with prizes and Department And Register Today
Rhonda Harrel Miss refreshments were enjoyed by
Miss
bubv's breath and streamers cake were three branched employed at TG&Y.
and'was centered with a large silver candelabras. Misses Mr. Dowling is a 1975 Neva Flynn and Miss Brenda the 12 guests during the party
white orchid. Linda Sue Jones and Donna graduate of Union County hours '::30 and 9:30: p.m. The TERWILLEGAR
A reception was held in the Harris cut the cake. High School and is employedat guests included Mrs. Ben IIJII!
Star mother of the
church Fellowship Hall :Mrs. The punch table was cen Union Correctional Insti Eastern Bryant, FORD
honoree.
Charles Joiner greeted the tered with a crystal punch tution. -
SupperSept. 24 The refreshment table was
covered with a stork shower MOTORS

and Michael Gaskins No. cloth with matching napkinsand
Pam Chapman Starke chapter, 224
I Order of the Eastern Star, will cups. 1206
have a covered dish supper, The hostesses presented the W. Madison St. 964.7200 Starke. F Vows 9 In AlachuaMiss honoree with walker
Repeat Sept. Saturday,Sept. 24, at 7 p.m. in a baby as
Hall. a memento of the occasion.
the Masonic
: !Pamela Jo Chapman All Masons and their ,.
(liiu liler of Mr and Mrs. families are invited to attend.
Albert W Chapman of 1 i 1
Kiiifonl. and Michael Clinton '
Catkins. son of :Mr and :Mrs. St. Edwards
Arthur It. Gaskins of Law ley
were united in marriage 4' NewsMrs. / 1 / s /
September 9 at 8 p m. in theow / Iv
\ Oak Grove Baptist t'jk
(Church in Alachua with Hev Richard Coss,
Eddie: liiulock performing the president, presided at the
nuptials. monthly meeting of St.
Highlighting! the altar were Edward's Altar Society heldin
two baskets of giant mums the parish hall on
astor. and, daisy mums, September 14, following Massin
gypsophilia. eucalyptus St. Edward's Catholic
orange/( bunny tails and dried Church.
Dowers in Fall colors. Across Altar Chairman, Mrs.
the Ixickground+ was a bank of Henry Steranelli, outlined .
lorn arch and spiral can- plans for a general church
ik'lahra with burnt orange rrt cleaning on November 12. *

Kindle Mrs. Victor Ashline and "'.: l ... I
Mrs: Kd: Itipplinger.iirgunist. Mrs. Coss have altar care J ..
:Mrs. Eddie Blillock."I during September. Mrs. R.R.
tl'l' uf>! t the bride, soloist, and ('hi m and Mrs. Ernest Van ) ,
,
Eddie: Hluloek. soloist, presented Wart volunteered for this <..,..0 ,
1 a program of nuptial ., F work In October. Reverend '_ J _
music Father Patrick Foley, Pastor, .
Allen Vkridge/( attended as gave information on the pur- ,
lies! tvuui '!'umuv Jackson ; chase of new altar linens and L
aid Vn-lor" (tinllis wereushers. Ki flower holders. 1 Irk'v ''

Mrs.\ Coss informed .Jtt v
:Mrs Eddie: Ulalock served .i members of the Deanery .,,-," :: ....
as nnin ron of honor At' Board :Meeting scheduled at :: '" ....> '- -" >. fi'., .', '.
.
L '
lenil.mls \1 l'relIssl's: Gina St Edward's Rectory on fr : & '" -. Ss. \ -
Itroun and Linda Sue Jones.They September 22..This will be a I '
wore identical I gowns preparation for the Fall ; -I
with scoop neckline, cap( Gainesville. Deanery Meetingto -
sliHMts. high waisted accented be held at Lake City's -- J
with lop stitching Epiphan C urch on October''
around (he neck and on cap :!\'I'' ,
slitAe There were small ties ,'..Pia' made for an
on eiit-h side and the skirt was Inter vend 'Dish
lightly! gathered onto the Di I place in the
IxKiKi'.it: a hand hich had top paris Ictober 2 at 6
sliti-lmit! The gowns were \ icipating will
U-igi'! Ixickground with fall t to identifyspecHnifJT5ishes
floral print. They carried \ of their
i r'ten
a.; !
mwrgavH of burnt orange ancestral countries and be

bunny tails dried fall Lamar Malphurscutthecake.: residing at Kt.! 2. Box 9-M.:) : costumes. :Mrs. Tommy q. -" 'jr r"A
I Hovers, springene fern and Miss: Teresa iaskms and Starke. Parker and :Mrs. "Francis 6 tx
fuc.il ptus. :Mrs. Lamar Williams The bride and groom are Mcng: are in charge of this .
The: bride given in sided at the punch tale. both graduates from Bradford affair. ',. .
tiiiirruige by her lather wore Assisting, ( in serving ere :Mrs. High! School.\ :Mrs. Gaskins The Rosary w ill be said pre. '--
n candlelight( \ gown with I the Hilly Alligood andlrs: graduated in June I 19ii.Ir.: ceeding Sund.I.tises: .
skirt softly gathered onto a Charles Blalock. Ciaskins graduated in '1973.! during Oct., with a Scriptural
I lace covered bodice with Following \\ trip to :Mr Gaskins, is employed as a Rosary to be said on October 2 FOR $1.
spaghetti straps ith a chiffon Silver Springs and St. butl'hl'rlth Blalock's :Meat 3. .
coat' fastened at the neck and Augustine Beach the couple is :Market. Comfort Bags for
waist with ties. She wore a distribution to Lake City At Hardee's we're having a special on roast beef sandwiches.

gold lii-oom.!! necklace Her train a gift of from illusion the Robbie Johns Celebrates \the'eteransere meeting. collected after 2 for a St Even if you're not a roast beef fan,

ixlgid with lace was securedto During the social hour at these prices you'll become one.
Juliet cap covered; ith t the 1 st Birthday Sept. 17 refreshments were served by-
bodice of the dress. This was white pompoms. The birthday .
made her grandmother Little Robbie Johns cele cake held a clown arrange 1I
by
:Mrs. Ernest Tanner. She brated his first birthday ment. 12 I ROAST BEEF SANDWICHES I II

carried a nosegay of burnt Saturday given evening by his at a parents dinner Eighteen members of the ;W: /jou..l/ party
daisy mums family helped Robbie celebrate -
orange g p'sophllia.
orange bunny tails Mr. and :Mrs. bale Johns at the occasion. Out-of- I I II
their home on Lafayettestreet. FOR $1.
dried fall flowers springerl) town guests were Mr. and
Mrs. Lila Caldwell the
spent
fern and eucalyptus.A Mrs. Bernard :Me Broom and
I't'l'petionlas held in the The buffet table was Hillary :Me Broom and son. past two weeks with her Good at all Hardee's.
I church Fellowship Hall where covered with a white linen Todd of Barnsville, Va. and sister. Mrs. Esma tongue in participating I

I arra ngeernnts of ferns and cloth and centered with an Mr. and !Mrs Lamar Shaw Fairfield. This upon cannot be used in conjunction with any other Hardee's promotion
candles were placed at points arrangement of yellow and and sons of Orange Park.
. of interest. ,......."....,."..............,..,................,......... Mrs H.E. Smith and grandchildren I IThe
Debbie Scott kept thebrlde's Scott and Garnet Hardeer
Smith of Williston were
book. Mrs. Wayne Douglas, !Mrs. Don Page and Mrs. Mr. and t
visitors of
The bride's table was cen Dianne Gaskins and Mrs. S.C. R.W. Reese spent Thursday to Saturday I
Mrs. Marc Jackson.Mr. that back.
tered with a three tiered Harley. Sr. attended the Sunday in Newnam Ga. place brings you c
wedding cake encircled with a Business and ProfessionalWomen's Mrs. Reese's son-in-
garland of fern. This was visiting 2 Cn.couo..n_"uso.na vuaw. COUPON EXPIRES SEPTEMBER 28. 1977 641.
Club Fashion Show and daughter Mr.and .
law and Mrs. Olin White
flunked silver candlesticks -------------
by for 1977 at the Reitz Union Mrs. David Griffith and sons, and sons, Mike and Larry
with Ivory candles. Mrs. Ballroom Wednesday, Sept. 14 Reese and Rod. toured Washington D.C. last 301 South Starke ';
Simon Boyette and Mrs. in Gainesville. week.



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I Deborah Bradley, Roger BarnettTo METHODIST YOUTH Fall Fire Ant w apt Is rP

Wed Oct. 6 TreatmentBegins

Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Bradley w wt ACTIVITIES Oct::1

a announce the engagement and
Approximately 36 youths with a large turnout of youth
approaching marriage of their and adults of the First United and parents attending each The last aerial treatment
t daughter, Deborah Lucille, to Methodist Church, Starke, evening.The under the current label
Roger Alan Barnett, son of restrictions for mirex will
joined in with approximately 50
fellowship youth youth
Mr. and Mrs. H.E. Barnett, all
the begin against the importedfire
\ and adults of Calvary and parents attending Sunday
of Starke.
Baptist Church in a skating evening heard Rev. George ant Oct. I, said aryl YI
lBf Miss Bradley and Mr. party Tuesday evening of last Harper speak to the youth on Commissioner of Agriculture I w
Barnett are both 1977 week. the topic of being useful Doyle Conner.
graduates of Bradford High The entire group\ that was productive Christians, by The current label for the ,1 I4a
School. Mr. Barnett is + made up of approximately 125 witnessing to those around chemical mirex requires that
enlisted In the US the last aerial treatmentsbe
presently persons journeyed on church them. 4a +
Air Force. He will be stationedin +. buses and private vehicles to made prior to Jan. 1, 1978. M 5 ,
Prum Germany. I i t the Skateland Skating Rink in Christian enrichment and Treatments will begin in
The wedding will take place ,: Gainesville for a wonderful fellowship during the three Escambia County in the

-.- -- Thursday, Oct. 6, at 7:30: p.m. evening of spills, thrills and evenings of the revival was northwest portion of Florida, f tr
at Hope Baptist Church, skating felt with guest speakers Sue moving eastward ahead of the I'
Highway 100 South, Starke. Ann Blaton and the Rev. Will cooler weather due this fall. .,

All friends and relatives are YOUTH REVIVALThe Wright. The Frampton family Requests from land ownersto
invited to attend. Youth Revival held provided music and Hank treat 70,000 acres have been '3t I i

Sunday to Tuesday was met Crowder led the singing. obtained by the Florida
Department of Agricultureand

BRADLEYoo ARNETTf1 Consumer Services.
Added to this will be at least
2)J1o.J .
I ;W1o LMow 30,000 acres of highway rightof
ways giving a sufficient
treatment area to allow a
Out-of-town guests
Randy Chitty and Stan ttss Mr and Mrs. Jim attending the Bakken-Ebling 100,000 acre aerial contract.
Reddish will return to the
University of South Florida ..-.. McLendon and family and his wedding Saturday night in the Applications are being takenat
mother Mrs. R.P. McLndon local
First United Methodist county agents officesin
this weekend. This soft flowing dress of returned to their home in Church were: Karen and 42 Florida counties that are Barbara llolllngiiworth!: stands by the plate !glass: window at'
is from Leila's and is
who attendedSt. Quiana Blowing Rock, N.C. last Debbie Glover of Brooksville, infested with imported fire ant Julia's Florist on Tl'mplevt'nue which was broken when a beer
Cindy Gissy, modeled Christie
by Redding. Friday after three weeks visit to a degree that land ownersare bottle thrown
Johns River Junior Collegethe Christie wilt wear the dressin Mr. and Mrs. O.K. Herr and was through it Tuesday night. I
here. On Sunday R.P.
KEN TEAL daughter, Debbie Sue and experiencing problemswith
two left
past years the Hack-to-School Fall
McLendon flew to New York this test. During this last
Monday for her junior year at Fashion Show and Luncheonthis City and was joined by Mr. and Louie Mrs.Mercer S.O.of Michaelis Bunnell,, Mr.Mr. spring's treatment, 570,000 Pair: Arrested For Breaking WindowsTwo
FSU. Also FSU this
entering
Saturday. Sept 24. at
and Mrs. Jim McLendon who
fall are Susan and Cynthia noon in the'oman's Club. and Mrs. Howard Johnson and acres in 43 counties were local men aged 19 and Plate glass windows were
NBC's
Edwards. The event is sponsored by the appeared on Today'sShow Mr. and Mrs. Claude Barton treated. 26. were arrested Wednesday broken Tuesday night at Food
in the interest of Jim'sbook
Starke Junior Woman's nub.dance and daughter, Dana of The cost of aerial afternoon Sept. 21, by the Fair, Koch Drugs, Badcock
FAT FIBERS Janice and Jason Hamiltonof ..\ Tickets are avail- "Deathwork. Jacksonville, Mrs. Vic Nettlesof treatments will be raised Starke Police Department and Furniture Durrance
Skinny fibers In shag Tampa spent the weekend able from any member of the While the here younger Lake Butler, Dr. and Mrs slightly by the Florida with throwingmissies Plumbing. Mickey's Gulf the
!McLendons Jim
carpets are gone with with their grandparents! Junior Club for '2.25 for adults were Larry Radke of Macclenny, Department of Agriculture and breaking 10 plate Bradford County courthouse,
the wind. The trend now and his father appeared on Miss Sherrie Barton and Mr and Consumer Services from glass windows around town Denmark Furniture.
and Mrs. S.W. Hamilton while and SI for children. At the Jimmy
is carpets made with TV12,TV4 and TV7 during the of its present cost of 30 cents an
the children's parents, Mr. door the tickets) will be $2.50 and Mrs. Kenneth Barton Tuesday night.In Moore's Sun Sports Julia'sFlorist
short, fat fibers. These past two weeks. They were Mr. and Mrs. Nick acre to a recommended 35 Bradford County jail on and residence.
Tampa one
celebrated
and !Mrs. !Mark Hamilton for adults and ".25 for where
carpets are proving their tenth wedding children. also in Tampa they Crosby of Hawthorne and Mr cents an acre. This has been two charges each are Joseph Police began investigating

durable and more anniversary at Sarasota :Merchant!) to show their appeared on TV3 and TVS. and Mrs. Delbert Casey of necessitated by the increasedcost Edwards Tucker, 19, and during the early morning
Jim also conducted a I'/i hour
of aerial The
easily cared-for than Beach. clothes in the fashion show Hampton. contracts. Lester Wayne Ruis, 26, both hours Wednesday and the pair
radio broadcast
the long shags which telephone on cost of ground applicationswill
white males. Both are arrested within
will be Sears. Leila's.Stump's was eight
a station in Dallas, Texas on to remain .at 75 cents
Local admittances
were so popular a and per charged with criminal mischief hours after the investigation
couple of years ago. Ilullington's.4aL _. Sept. 14.Mrs. Bradford County Hospital this acre and the sale of a 50 pound with damages in excessof began. The entire police
--------- -- - - -- from Starke bag of mirex to the will
week include: public $1,000 and with throwing department particiapted in
Shags manufacturedwith Charles Darby visited Mrs. Sillar be $16 a bag.
David Ray missils into a building. the
fat fibers are not as : CQa4p4 SWI] D her son and daughter-in-law Gunter Mrs. Bertha ,............................ investigation.
likely to crush down and Mr.and Mrs. Mike Darby and Newsome Mrs. Elizabeth

become matted. The fat "STARKE'S OWN BAKERY" baby son,Jimmy, in Lima and Crews, Michael Bryan,
fibers have a residency ft 38 East Call St. Starke 964-5890 Piura, Peru the past two George Prevatt, Frank White Williams StationedAt Dentist
which allows them to weeks. and Joe M. Griffis; Alvin llahn.Germany Surprises
bounce back to their original Stanley and Walter Powell U.S. Air Force Captain I
shape even after John and Anne Greene from Keystone Heights; Bruce M. Williams whose
hard usage. attended square dances in Raymond Starling and Walter father Joe W. Williams resides Nocturnal VisitorA
SPECIALS THIS WEEKCake
Gatlinburg, N.C. on Aug. 26- Henderson from Lawtey; in Starke, Fla., has
Come in today and 29. From there they went to Mrs. Barbara George and arrived for duty at Hahn AB,
look Cowee Valley, N.C. where Mrs. Sheryl Richardson from Germany. last check on his dentist's the burgler al ter a chase
over our latest Hard
Holes
Donut English Rolls John mined valued at office late through the woods. Ronald It.
selection of shags and a ruby Hampton; William McKinleyand The captain,a 1966 graduateof Friday night gave
other beautiful floor j three carats at Jacob's mine Miss Nancy Peek from King High School, receivedhis J.E. Denmark a surprise. Hansen 39. of Starke was
coverings. We maintainan AC 7fl I which is worth up to $1000a Lake Geneva; John Howell B.A. degree in 1970 from Police reported Denmarkwas arrested and placed in
inventory of the very 4 3 1 U Dozen 6 CEa.. carat. They also spent two from Lake Butler; Mrs. Quac the University of Florida, driving past his office on Bradford County Jail.
T1 Ea.
latest styles. Dozen Or nights at Dillard. Ga. at Dang from Raiford. where he was commissioned East Call Street when he sawa
Andy's Trout River resort. through the Air Force reserve light and stopped to check it City policeman. Denton

Teal TileCarpel Er Raspberry Jelly Rolls Rfl C Mr.Hallandale and Mrs.were Kirby weekend Padgettof Officers. Training Corps out.As he came to the back door hiding DeVoe reported behind a Hansen tree near was

each and Gerald program.His Creek when he
Mr. Mrs. Alligator was
of Mrs. P.D. Reddish. Denmark saw a man standing
guests mother Mrs. Helene
; Open Mon.-Sat. TII 5:30: P.M. Norman and family and Dave Mrs. Reddish and Elder and Williams lives, in M. in the hallway of the office and captured. llansen had a homemade
Tampa.
964.7423 Starke. Fla Sapp spent the weekend in Mrs. James Land will spend asked him to leave. As sheath containing a
Charlotte. N.C. next weekend with the Denmark opened the door (he sharpened butter knife a pair


ll; (;;: L I!. (?'(!.(L; I!. c LC L Li3O1 ; (! .. -.- --.-Padgetts.-.--. .------------ 2 f 1J.K-. ..office.man the woods ran right adjacent past him to into the., of strapped the scissors arrest.TJeVeie to his and. leg an at ice the timeof pick


S. sSStN? HG Starke-Fla "I NEVER REALIZED HOW Mrs. Henry Godwin' 'and '-''entered Police the said office the by man prying had ,was carrying reported a Hansen.22 caliber also

06" .,_ John Godwin of. Starke with open a window: ''Some smalt' blank pistol tucked under/ his
y party from Keystone Heights; dental tools and a knife belt
"r ; MUCH THEY DO"Few Mrs. and Mrs. S.E. Kennedyand were reported stolen.pocket Hansen was charged with

cyo: daughter Mr. and Mrs. The police captured a man breaking and entering and

III III"" IIIIIIIIII C.E. Mitchell, Mrs. W.E. answering the description of carrying a concealed weapon.
people do realize how many unseen details Johnson Mrs. Azzie Williamsand

are necessary for even the simplest Mrs. Lillian Norwood;

tftJ funeral service. At our firm capable hands and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Open House Set Sept. 29
family centers Cannon of Fairfield Iowa returned -
trained in a long tradition of personal service, Tuesday of last week I

handle these scores of details with quiet from a weeks trip to Honolulu, For Square Dance Class

thoughtfulness. No service is too simple to Hawaii.

command all their attentive and under. An open house is set next Hatcher at 9647461.

.- t. standing care. Mrs. Louie Bell Parks, Mrs. Thursday Sept. 29, at 7:30: The new square dance
( : Ruth Johnson and Mrs. Alice p.m. in the new armory on classes are scheduled to begin
: Barron were guests of Mr and Edwards Road in Starke by Monday. Oct. 3. at 7:30: p m. in
Mrs. Mikell in San Mateo on the Strawberry Swingers the
new armory on Edwards
DeWitt C. Jones Benton Futch
Monday.
square dance club to acquaint Road. Classes will run from7:30'9:30p.m.

prospective dancers with the : : Couples will be
Harold Johnson Millard Judd is patient in .new class that is planned. charged $3 per class which
North Florida Regional Anyone is Invited to attend will go to pay caller Gil
.may
j. Hospital. the open house, especially Crosby of Gainesville and to
DeWitt C.JonesFuneral
those who think
'S they might be pay rent on the
armory.
; I I IJ interested in learning to
Mr. and Mrs.
Marion
Home Etheridge of Orlando visited square dance according to There are 30 weeks of
I II Starke Keystone HgH. Mr and Mrs. Horne Stearns Jim Duncan president of the classes during which the class
964.6200 473-3176 over the weekend. Strawberry Swingers.For will learn 68 basic movements
further information on which will enable them to
lJJ - - - -
IIi the planned square dance dance at a mainstream level
Vpooec -OOQOOOOOOOOOOO< classes or the open house
with other square dance clubsin
phone May and Harry the area.


Pre-Season Sale IRS Will Audit 70O()() Floridiun I


/ il ; \ More than 70,000 Florida audited taxpayers wound up
/i\\\\\\
taxpayers will have their 1976 owing more money.
Enjoy Better Home Heating And Save Fuel! federal income tax returns Floridians paid nearly one

examined this year, Charles million dollars in additional I
O. DeWitt, Internal Revenue taxes and penalties as a resultof
N Service Director for Florida, the tax audits and several
Buy> A New said.The thousand persons received
IRS has already audited refunds for paying too much
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compliance with the member, supervisors 01 residence $30,545 Shulord'a as his sole source of income. include farm and home tracted from assets of $135,500for
Sunshine Amendment, elections, county tax Amoco $46,000 plus savingsand Debts of $44,497 subtractedfrom $81,497, farm equipment $9,570 a net worth of 106195.
Bradford County elected collectors, county clerks, household furnishings. assets of $104,968 made plus household furnishings. Assets include residence
constitutional officers all filed property appraisers, county Shuford listed his income as his net worth $60,469. He listed Parrish filed his income tax $60.000 vacation home $35,000
net worth statements listing sheriffs school $16,222, with three sources, his residence $60,000 and real return showing he paid $581 in and a half interest in Bradford 41ti '
each assets and debts over superintendents, and county Shuford's Amoco, $6,530 estate, $29,500. Casey also federal income tax in 1976. County Abstract Co. 15000.
$1,000 by the August 1 judges.The salary as commissioner and included his 1976 income tax Newly elected Vernon Kelly paid$2,374 income tax in r = .
deadline, in addition to filing a five county bank interest. return showing he paid $3,356in Parmenter reported his 1976. vim
statement of financial interest commissioners chose to file E.W. Hodges listed his taxes. salary as a school board County' clerk Gib Brown
locally with the county clerk. statements revealing the salary from Suntec Paint and Arthur Gaskins listed his member,$508 and salary from listed his salary $21,140 as his ri dI
The net worth statementsare sources of their 1976 income salary as commissioner as his school board salary of $4,331 Bradford County Telegraph as only source of income.
available to any citizen at rather than federal tax sources of $23,561 Income. and profits from poultry farmof sources of his $9,605 income. Liabilities of $935 subtractedfrom
Secretary of State's officein returns. Debts totaling $22,288 subtracted $14,453 as his sources of Liabilities of $24,663 sub assets of $58,083 made a
the sub-basement of the Chairman George Roberts from assets of$151,578 income. Gaskins listed debtsof tracted from assets of $44,575 net worth of $57,148. Assets
state Capitol. Copies of the listed assets of $270.255 and made his net worth $128,651, $45,425 from assets totaling left a net worth of $19,912. include residence and
disclosure forms are also liabilities of $82,038 for a net Hodges reported. Hodges $177,100 leaving a net worth of Parmenter listed his property at$30,000 plus house-
available by mail for a worth of 187531. Roberts listed his major assets as the $136,675. Assets listed were residence, $35,000 plus hold furnishings.
fee. Clerks in that listed his largest assets as his Starke Paint Center, $25,000, house and farm, $84,000, real household furnishings.
office copying are just now catching shares of George Roberts residence $42,513, real estate estate$45,000 plus savings and Supervisor of elections Sheriff Dolph Reddish listed
the backlog of up Insurance valued at $119,700, $20,307, plus household household furnishings. Neva Flynn, reported debts of liabilities of $5,626 subtracted
on requests
following the August 1 residence $40,000, office furnishings, tools and Pat Spengler listed her $10,376 subtracted from assetsof from assets of$100,000 made a I _
deadline. building $55,000 property in equipment.Hazel $3,650 school board salary as $41,293 made a net worth of net worth of $94,374. Assets 77
Officials, in addition to a net the county $22,000, plus Paulk listed her $6,530 sole source of income. Debtsof $26,531. Mrs. Flynn listed her Include residence, $25,000 and
worth statement, also have to household properties and commission salary as the $17,360 subtracted from residence at $31,934. A joint real estate property $75,000. '
file either a of their 1976 furnishings. largest of her $12,300 income $67,454 left a net worth of income return filed shows Reddish paid income taxes
copy Roberts listed his jvith the rest from rental in totaling $3,437 in 1976.
federal income tax returns or sources of $50,094. Assets include resi- $4,385 paid taxes.
a sworn statement listing income as George Roberts property and bank interest. dence, $31,800, real estate Newly elected property ap- Judge Elzie Sanders re-
sources and amounts of Insurance Co., George Assets include home and $4,000, savings and household praiser Jimmy Alvarez listedno ported liabilities of$85,780 and 'y 4 'l ;
Income which exceed $1,000me Roberts Real Estate and acreage, $40,000, and rental furniture.Art assets over $1,000 and one assets of $128,333. Sanders reported f ,
Sunshine Amendment, $6.530 salary as a property. liability of $3,745 for a net a net worth of $77,770. r $, c
passed last November by 78 commissioners for $32,464 Maxie Carter listed sources Holliday listed sourcesof worth of $2,500. Alvarez listed Assets include six pieces of :i

of Florida's voters, income. A secondary source of income totaling $22,789 income at $8,426, coming his only source of income for property at $63,979, $26,500. Ik 7The _oil ..l r
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1,800 officials to file listed is commissions from coming from Florida Power from school board salary and 1976 of $4,292 as a prison $18.459, $11.735, $6,200 and 'j"
the requires net worth statements. sale of real estate. and Light and interest in J.C. DeWitt C. Jones Funeral employee.Tax $1,560. Sanders listed sourcesof first part of Karen Crosler's Interview was aired
Constitutional elected officials Dave Shuford listed his net Marsh and Sons and Pine Air Home. Holliday listed no collector J.R. Kelly income as $27,370 salary last Tuesday evening with the final half to be aired tonightat I
include county worth as $193,366 with assetsin Farms Carter reported $8,430in liabilities and a net worth of listed debts of $58,600 sub and $7,467 rental income 6 p.m. on Chanel news

commissioners, school board real estate $35,200, debts subtracted from $34,921. Assets include
assets of $115,898 for a total residence, $15,721, plus

net worth residence of $98,590.$28,669 Assets, half include savings furniture. and household Channel To Feature KH Ski Champ- Tonight I ILast

Interest in CHI( Farms

UPICK PEAS $31,570, real estate $4,498 plus J.T. Parrish reported Thursday afternoon, foot jump, but took a second the best AWSA skier in the AWSA tournament in .1973,
household furnishings liabilities of$84,505 subtractedfrom Matt Cooney, Jacksonville's place to Karin Roberge, who nation in the 14-17 year old age just to observe.
School Superintendent Tom assets of $116,962 for a Channel 12 sports anchorman was seeded first in all three group.Already. She and her parents noticed
Purple Crowder I Casey listed his $18,879 salary net worth of 32456. Assets interviewed Karen Crosier the events by the committee, and making her plans the name of Barbara and Jim
Girls National Water Ski who recorded a 103 foot jump. for next year, Karen said she Cleveland on the program,
Champ at her lake front homeon Skiing on the unfamiliar hopes to break the girl's also noting they were from
'3 A Bushel Or 4 Bushels For *10 Brooklyn and as in his surface of salt water, which record in tricks. She already Hawthorne. Karen said they
custom, he challenged her in made her ski binders loose hold the Junior Girl's record, inquired about taking lessons
her particular sport, water Karen outscored Karin which she broke in 1975 at the from the Clevelands and she
MORRIS CARTER JR. FARM skiing. Roberge by 650 points in the Nationals, and then topped began her training that same

Cooney chose one of the trick event, totaling up 2,780 again in the 1976 Nationals year. .
4 Mi W. Of Lawtey SR. 225 Y/1NgTJ most difficult of Karen's performances points (not Karen's best but During the '76 Nationals she She entered her first
964.5406 In the skiing workto good enough for a first place), broke another Junior Girl's tournament in 1974 when she

Prehistoric mammoths were similar to today's elephants but try and top her exhibition, pushing Roberge back for a Record in slalom."If was 11 years old and made her
seventh that event. debut into the competitive
had curved tusks, shaggy manes and bodies covered with hair. the jump. spot in
This was Cooney's first This put Karen in first place the lake comes up and skiing world winning first
T G- attempt ever at this feat, and going into the slalom event. we don't have a really cold place in a Three Round Trick
.& even though he went under Again seeded third in this winter this year, I'll have a tournament in Lakeland)
11I111111I IIlIli 11111111111111I11111I111111111111111I111111I111111I111I111 IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.ki after clearing the ramp, the event Karen went out chance at setting a record in With only two tournaments
1 Telegraph staff has got to knowing she had to give her all three events," Karen said, under her belt that same year
hand him a gold ribbon for best to keep her lead, as her meaning she'll get more prac- she took a first in tricks again,
FABRIC SHOPS effort and nerve.Keystone's performance was to be the tice time in and won't have to a second in lumping and thirdin
turning point for the Championship travel to Hawthorne so oftento slalom during the Atlanta

14-year-old practice on her instructor's Open.
Karen Crosier out skied her Karen made her three bouys slalom course and jump. In 1974 only qualified in
older opponents during the at 34 mph, with 28 feet off the At this time, it is impossible tricks Karen took a second
Nationals held in California 75 foot long ski rope, for the to practice her slalom courseon place in the National tourna
this month and won herself the score she needed to beat out her home lake, Brooklyn, ment.
United States Overall 1977 her older opponent for the as the course is completely out 1976 brought her a win in the
i3Fk.NalOred Water Ski Championship in coveted title. of the water now, her father. All American Tournament in
her division for the second Even though Roberge, who Bob Crosier, stated. which she competed against
time in two years. Karen says is a better skier Records now held in the girls in both divisions, her own
made her six buoys with the 28 Girl's Division which Karen and the age group above her
During her three events, the feet off the rope for her needed hopes to top next year, are
Florida girl battled un- score for first place winner, 4,490 points in tricks; -121 feet
familiar environmental condi- she failed to enter the course in jumping, and one and a half
tions, such as the slippery feel through the gates (as the two bouys at 35 feet off the rope in Drought Loan
/ of salt water and the.cold; bouys at the beginning of the slalom
r tail to fit temperatures of California to course are called) on the "To travel that fast, with Deadline SepTTSO,
take a first in tricks a secondin second round. The judges only her ski' rope shortened that -
,f. the jumping events and a credited Roberge with her close to the boat, would mean FafniersToIcf
fi + ey. 9rs first In slalom totaling first pass to give Karen that Karen would be skim-
budget! enough points for the overall Crosier the title.Karen's ming by a bouy In less than
: ,ifr your prize.Seeded. long hours of practice half a second, almost parallelto
Farmers in Bradford
third the American patience and discipline her father
a r'fy by the water, explained -
4'i: roll ''Water Ski Association paid off for her this year, her County who plan to apply for

v e Committee (AWSA) 5'2" first year in competition with Just water skiing for the fun federal emergency loans to
R ,JplI Karen out-distanced Tish Fain older contenders, for this na of it since the early age of help them recover from
1, / ff by seven feet, measuring a 98 tional title which rates her as four, Karen attended her first drought losses should file
e 40 vrnr applications no later than
ri 18% Sept. 30, 1977, at their county

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1 DRUG NEEDS carry the Sept 30 deadline for
Thurs. Fri.OFATHLETICFOOT loan application.The .
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58/60" WIDE Reg $1.50 Sale $1.09
PARISPUNBRUSHED LUXURY orseptic County is under that type of
8 oz.with Sprayer NORWICH NP-27 designation.
BROADCLOTHPRINTS 60/62" wide 100% Kodele Polyester Visa finish. Wilkinson said estiarrJes of
Machine wash, warm, tumble dry, remove promptly. Reg. or Cherry Flavor Cream or Liquid
STRIPES Reg. $1.89 Sale t1.3 | loan amounts needed under
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Crest Tooth PasteS 10 & 3O Day Reg applications filed by Sept. 30

44/45' Wide 50% 44/45' Wide. 77% Reg. 2.982.44vD' oz. Reg. or Mint Flavor BLISTOSOL LIQUID can be revised if necessary in
Dacron ItPolyesterSO Dacron" the course of loan processing.
Reg. $1.03 Sata! lie | Supply AsAdvertised 2oz.
% Cotton Polyester/23% Combed In some cases, productioi loss
Machine wash warm Cotton. Machine SSS Iron & Vitamin Tonic Reg. $1.49 Sale $1.09 this year may not be fnally
Tumble dry Remove wash warm. Delicate Liquid for Men & Women determined until later than
promptly1.69YD. Reg. $1.95 Sale $1.47 | DESENEX SPRAY Sept. 30.FmHA.

Reg. $2.39 Sale $1.69 the credit agency of
cycle.1.79YD. the U.S. Department of

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C OSMEIT- : ...".*, Bah Only $2.54)) losses emergency resulting loans to cover fnm
NEWI IT'S HERE I Powder 8.50 designated natural disasbrs!

save 19%- and help farmers rest HUDSON VITAMINS to pre-disaser
conditions.
Northatar SUPER DUCK PREFERRED SURFLINB GERIBAN VITAMINS KELP-LECITHIN "&6" PROTEIN WAFERSRich Under new legislati-n

FLANNEL SPORTSWEARPRINTS DRESS SPORTSWEAR Compare to Cerltol .... Price Sal.S4.95100's ,. Natural Protein signed into law by Presided
Carter Aug. 4, loans not
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PLAIDS PRINTS SOLIDS _750 mgn.nLECITIUN [
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TABLETS VITAMIN B-6 100'S occurring since last July 1 an
44/45"Wide 100%Cotton 44'4S"Wlde 100%Cot 44/45"Wide 100%Cotton 44/45" Wide. 50'%
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plaIds. Machine Machine wash warm. Machine wash warm1.98Y0. COlton. Machine wash I I00's._agrain._.._$3.4t 53.9\-100mg53.19 From Soybeans. percent Loss to offset tha
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Griffith's 12:39 Tops ,Girl's C. C.



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Cindy Griffith led the "With as hard as I've receives a replacement.Other start but si I he expects her to be Howard said she will field
both a varsity and JV squad at
Bradford High girl's cross worked this summer it's runners were: Nancy back in form in a couple
the meet so she can get a good
country team with a time of 12 going to take more than this to McNeal 17:14: Valerie weeks. .
look at all her girls in
minutes 39 seconds in last keep me out of a meet" Chandler 17:44: Tamara Howard said she is pleasedwith .
trial cutting a Ormsbee said.Ormsbee Etheridge 1748; Jane Saucer the progress her team competition.Ormsbee Griffith
full minute from her best timein said the accident 18:26.: has made 3ut they still have a Richardson Chase andCrawford
the two mile. occurred when she was Robin Schweda a runner In lot of work ahead of them. look to be Howard's
i Coach Melba Howard said running her morning five the top seven on last year's "If we nan times in a meet five the varsity team
I squad is now out and running like we ran in the time trial wewon't top on
she was pleased with Cindy'stime miles before school. She said but the six and seven slots are
but she expected: her to she went to step on a board trying to get back into shape. stlind a chance still up for) grabs, Howard
Schweda had moved to Howard s.rud.
do much better in Saturday'smeet leaning against a curb and the
\ in Palatka at St. Johns board broke twisting her Kentucky during the summer St. Augustine and Gainesville said.With
River Community) College. ankle. but returned shortly after PK Yonge are the all the trophies and
T wasn't school started this fall. Shedidn't teams Howard picks to be ribbons to be awarded,
"Cindy really pushedin
Ormsbee said by Mondayshe meet Howard said she'd like to
the time trial She should do run in Friday's time strong in Saturday's
better in was already able to jog trial because she was absent Trophies 'Vi'ill' be given to the come home with a load of
Howard said.Griffith competition and she expected to be back in from school that day. top two teams top 15 hardware."It .
t-, agreed with good shape for Saturday's Howard said right now finishers I and ribbons will be would be nice to start
r.y Howard."I contest at Palatka. Schweda is behind in her given to girls 1 who finish from with a win," Howard said witha
/ thought time Returning lettermen took training because of her late 16-30th plu t ceo smile.
my was
the two three and four spotsin
I pretty good but I'll do better the time trials. Linda I tFrraa I .
r J + i I _--_ when there are more people Richardson was second with
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Vaunda Brown punches the ball back over her head and across the net In the Lady Tornadoes Ormsbee said she is deter-
opening volley ball match against:Macclenny Inez Harvey used her entire roster in the 15-3. 15-2 mined to run this Saturday. shown"Judy's promise main advantage in practice.is Y And A Cash & Carry Dock .

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Volleyball team opened with a Janice Jockel put BUS in points for BUS I
strong showing against control by serving four While Macclenny scored one
Macclenny Coach Inez straight points. Three of less point in the second game
Harvey said she still has a lot Jockel's serves were never they did manage to return
of work to do to make the Lady even returned by the more serves giving the less H r 's th*big n w brAnd oFrh.V
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her second team to take the Terry Thomas played the rmH VaM BrU9AA
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"We're still standing Murphy who set it for a Betty "Some game.of the girls in the CMvfCB delicious Fr sh V My BM I. You cant !

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may have not reached their the margin to 4-3 but then BUS line-up," Howard said. r'-- _
peak they did show much got rolling Because Harvey has only e ..
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I Defense Stops Vanguard 60Using




a timely Ocala followed on fourth down after The Knight offense could do yard pass to end Mike Boylesfor In the fourth period the t't ,
Vanguard mistake. the the BUS offense failed to move nothing in the face of a stiff a first down at the BUS 42, Tornado offense got its single x ti "
educated toe of Marcus Cruce the ball. BUS defense however In but that was about it. David first down of the second half in ; "

for field goals of 39 and 21 Es fact the Knights lost five Carter knocked down a long driving the ball away from its
yards, and a traditionally around au Bright sprinted yards on a penalty and pass at the end and Tornado goal after Vanguard was ,' ,IiW' l
stingy defense, Bradford High right end behind good anot her two when BUS middle Duane Cummings interceptedthe stopped! at the 19. I'I
footballers edged 6.0 by Ocala blocking on the option pitch- guard Kenneth Cruger got in second down pass with 27 The BUS defense held Vanguard r
Vanguard in the Tornadoes' out from got tackle more help downfield the Vanguard backfield and seconds left in the game. BUS to 43 yards rushing and

season opener Friday night, wl'nt52 Bobby Smith and tossed quarterback Glenn allowed the clock to run out 26 in air. The new BIIS secondary -
lo the
Sept. 16."The four yards Vanguard Morris for a two yard loss. The two. 'earns swapped the stopped the Vanguard .
yard line before he
waspushl'lJ football'' 'X and forth most of
Unable the
to move on ground passing attack with two
first win goes a long six seconds out of bounds with only Vanguard went to the air but the ga ''wither able to completions in 17 passes and

way," said a smiling head second remaining in the Ksau Bright broke up one pass general? $ offense. intercepted two passes. In
Coach David lIurse after his period the A first down and a second was ruled BUS U.MI the toss and had addition Alton Moore recovered C 4'h bplQ r#4' 7
into
habit
1977 Tornadoes pulled out the pass and end/one was offtarget trapped. possession on the first seriesof one Vanguard fumble c'

opening win by the skin of the clock with two secondson BUS took over on its 19 yard the game, but incurred four on the BUS 26 after Vanguard I
their teeth, with a little luck called for, the situation; line and drove the football out penalties in six plays had driven to the BHS 21, I
again C'rute to kick
added another field goal. The BUS of the hole, managing a first Penalties continued to plaguethe gaining 24 yards on an exchange I Tr
down at the 40 green Tornado offense of and I w
16
center on a yard run punts a 20 yard
HilSent ahead 30 earlv in successfully converted
(the second period on Crucc'sfirst thc 21 yard effort I and HI1S had by Marvin Tyson. BUS .throughout On their second the game.possessionthe pass completion.
fumbled the ball at the
field goal. BIIS had been its 60 margin. away STATISTICSBHS
and Tornado offense was shortof _. --- .
38 Vanguard went to the ----- --- -
forced to punt for the third BUS icturned the favor in passing game with time a first down by two yards
straight time but the third the fourth period when Avery .running out. But BUS de. and had to the third Down 5 VinFtrtt J Esau Bright took the pitch from Jeffery Norman and didn't stop uniting for 52 yards unlit!
time the bouncing football Shell got his hands on but fensive end Alton Moore possession Marvin Tyson ran Rushing. 4 I pushed out of bounds in Vanguards four yard line with six seconds remaining in the first( half. The

touched a Vanguard player couldnt hold a rolling Van tossed QB Morris for a nine 14 yards over left tackle for a Yards Passing Ruining 14 1 4]| run set up BUS'S second field goal giving the Tornadoes a 6-0 lead at the ha If.

and Dale lingers recovered guard punt which Ocala then yard loss as Morris faded first down but BUS again fell Yards Passing' l| 34
for BUS on the Ocala 24 yard recovered! on the Bradford 13 back trying to find a receiver. two yards short of a first in the PC.PA PI 750 ,.";,

hne. Cruce's first field goal yard line David Carter intercepted the next three plays. But this time Fumbles Punts Lost | is 4 4 50 l Shutout Pleases SextonThe

second pass. Vanguard touched the punt P..III.I.Y.rd. 1IESE
Again BUS moved the and put BIIS back in businessfor
WING WING football but took too much the first field goal. 1)) BHS: field goal, Marcus
BUS drove out two first Cruce, 39 yards Tornadoes' opening 6-0
ROOM time in the huddle and it cost
ROOM CARPET J 21 BIIS: field goal, Marcus victory over Ocala Vanguardleft
the Tornadoes a first down downs on their first possession
DINING/ / / ROOM I
& HALL with about two minutes left in of the second period. The first Cruce. 21 yards. defensive coordinatorMike

LEANING & HALL the game came on runs of land 16 yardsby Esau Bright was the leading Sexton smiling.
25.25 $35.35 Vanguard took over againon Tyson the second on a 14 ground gainer for the "I'm very pleased. It was
first
_, its own 48 yard line and yard pass from QB Jeffery Tornadoes with 71 yards in 7 our opening season"
shutout
in quite a long time
Steam Clean.Deodorize Anil Tint tried to pass every down. Norman to wideout Allen carried, a 10 2 yard average, Sexton said."Anytime.
Unable to find a receive* on Norman. Esau Bright's 52 by virtue of his 52 yard jaunt. .
At This Low Price first down, QB Morris ran for yard jaunt was the only other Marvin Tyson rushed for 64 you hold a teamto '4ii i Yr 9.A i id
just 41 yards rushing 27
four yards before BUS defensive first down BHS had in the first yards in 11 carries, a 5.8 yard I I'xa
passing intercept two
WE GUARANTEE tackle Roland half.The average. Fullback Doug and passes i
HOME-485'1528 recover three fumbles
Cummings made the tackle: third period was blank Reddish rushed for 49 yards in .-
OUR WORK 24 Hr. 3723009 :Morris did complete: a six offensively for BUS. .12 carries, a 4.1 yard average; your Coach defense David is Hurse ready said., Head

"The key to our whole gameon r
defense is that we played as 1T

the date tells a unit" Sexton said:
_ youit's Prior to the game Sexton
FOOD fresh i said he'd need a good game .

from his defensive ends,
the color tells you Rowland Cummings and Allen
Moore, if the defense was to
it's fresh! contain Vanguard quarter

FAIR back Glenn Morns Sexton v
the taste tells it's
you said both men delivered )

SUPERMARKETS CHOICE Fresh Valley m CXaxF Beef! Friday Play in night.the middle for the :_

... defense was especially strong '- --....
"""11II1 Sexton said. Tackles !Marty '"

PILLSBURYBASIC I\IIY,4 P PACKER LABELngiaaFRENCH f we are pleased to accept both Russell cited and Fred for Wood their were out Isaiah Jenkins stood alone b..II't'n'anJUard quarterback

BUNDT standing play by Sexton. Glenn Morris and the goal line on this run in fourth period
; "Kenneth Cruger had some Morris tried to run right 0\1'1' Jenkins hut Isaiah held his wound( I
CAKEMIXES : U.S.D.A.FOOD fantastic plays. From) side line and smothered:Morris turning possible disaster into just a seven
S \ to side line, he was strong and yard gainer.
physical," Sexton said.
fcBJRES l
o Cruger led the Tornadoes in "We had two interceptionsand \iiMkMde tackle Hobhx Smith
\{ IV : STAMPCOUPONS tackles with eight and had five others hit us right in and uonksidc gtuud\ Issac
Bundy three assists. the hands and ue couldn't C'umminus\ IHlt'IISI11111'
ASSORTED 5 LB BAG "Isaiah Jenkins did a good hang on to them"" Hansen coach Bob Hancock agiccil\ 1

rYaP1IrIANr: ? job at weakside linebacker, he said with Hurse
"
read and filled well and The'Cumminns and
I David Carter got Hansen Smith) did, the best! job of any.
played quick to the outside,
nod as the defensive back of onedue their "
SAVE 50' 59 SAVE 30'FROZEN 99 Sexton said.Middle to experience
ijif linebacker the week. Hansen said Carter I Lineick said.Ilancork .
t did a good Job as quarterback said attune center
|i 18.5oz BOX' NOW GOOD ON'IMPORTED' FOODS ALSO! Lawrence Patrick did a good for the defensive secondary. :Milieus Cmce, strong t guards, tlto
job as the defensive single
intercepted a pass and played +iland 1 Cummina', and
caller, Sexton said well against the run. Still Kenneth C'rtieer and strong
the
"Patrick handled Hansen said the choise wasn'tan t tackle Kl'vinl'l'I; ; pJlrl'dell
defe.ise real well. He was a
NESTEA SAVE 60* easy one"Duane but t t hlnPt'd more:
good leader and played his Cummings Kssau consistency\'

4 1le le EVERYDAY position real well," Sexton Bright and Donald Reddish all The! offensive Uitklivlcl did

siad played real well, too it was nut have .1 i big night Knclix
lOW PRICES "I'm really pleased with the tough to make a choice." but still lIul'seasn'l t
ICED TEA front seven, especially with Hansen said"Considering. displeased
the way they played as a unit.
11 We took their offensive bread
I it was our first! Taking in to considerationout .
mM.rTO.IIwMb and butter, the outside veer
10 PAK .
of
1 game our lack experience. inexperience our
and the quarterback on the offensive IMI'kin-Id did
and the pressure they put onus a good
MIX ENVELOPESPOLY corner", completely away from we did an outstanding job job" lluise s.i,tl
BAG them, Sexton said. We only had a six'point load llur-.' saiil hl'.J> also. !
In the defensive secondary,
and they came out throwingthe hdl'lWilh the play of his
coach Denny Hansen said his 1 Dale> .
ball but we handled the !specialtyteams. Rogers
Bargains in Grocery 'b. III ;1i: i:: "a"'ws siifaililiiar': : : : : :: ". DEL MONTE players did a real good job, pressure well" Hansen said did an outstanding! |job pickingup
p but they had some help. "When we started the two fumbles llurse saidla.'ln
LAUBMCHT Pro.* WHOLE GREEN "The best pass defense is a season we knew our defense :\ Tn.1II1as. the

PIZZA good rush. The pressure our would have to carry us until leading gainer on offense with/
-ftntry" Prld* Photo C nt.r- .- nil BEANS3l line put on their quarterbackmade our offense matured.. jLst: like HI vards in 1-1 carries' for a :5 8

r COLOR FILMFELOPING EveryDayLowPrice 30'T our job easier," Hansen in 1975, and it did just that yard average Kssau: Bright
YOU 79' Friday night," Coach Ilurse gained (li\1\ yards, mil I Doug>
CHOICE 1601olvuw : said.Hansen said the pressure Reddish, ran lorI.! v.irds;

tao."IIIITI PUNCH CANS forced QB Glenn Morris to said.On offense llurse said he got .Idtel'orman.. : ; ran lor

Mg0a1La.PrR.. Io'AN1RY 1POSwf' IN NSrN..r. throw off balance and on the his best play from his two seven >aids; and, completedtwo
30 ::'C :I1:: :
:
.
/ PRIDE ,' e. NCUb run. most experienced pla>ers. pass tor I') lards
P a/NI91y lA' DETERGENT nYt

WHIPTOPPING COLOR. ... .EN..ROEMENTS.., ........... .. EveryDayLowPrice nYI fyPRIDE [ Every Day LowPrke 1S'

I.,.-, "II.,. BUTTER KERNEL WHITE Bobcat Defense Will Test BHS I
PAK
..._ 494PP COLOR SLIDES CREAM STYLE CORN.*
n. .
nwUJr. Lw gill' n n.. pt'91YIIJr FYNE TASTE EARLY
Hibr "yPl, 76 ,. INSTANTPOTATOES JUNE PEAS i*., Buchholz brings a high run right and' using a lot of"" improved The this week in praclice
COLOR MOVIES powered offense to town traps mis-directs. veteran head
{ji. PACKER LABEL CUT
0' NI IY Tornado to the
Ngry TNV P104, olnsarawsNP tomorrow night (Friday, Sept. Sexton said.Tornadoes. expects move
"10 on PINK. PHOTO SPECIAL HERSHEY CREEN BEANS 23)) that should give the'' Kenneth Cruger ball against, liuchholz
LEMONADEor ......" /r r.rh rl .1'Ml N71Y/1. ]r'h( Ouch Bob Hancock said
INSTANT COCOA Tornadoes a stern test in a Fred Wood, Lawrence Patrick
LIMEADE :l' :. contest set for 8pm. at and Marty Russell will be IIl"lIIWl'lJ morel'unbistcnl'Y on
+ .
+.
:n .i'
,. .
m SAVE 20'"lilt CHOICE5sl the offensive line and during
14.5or < Bradford High. facing the blunt of Buchholz'sattack.
''' .a 1,6/$1 t AM)'iCR. g' 10U COlOl .."NAt ''s BOX ONE 89 The Tornadoes met practice the line has shown
TM( sun QF'iCI' POUND Buchholz in both the Springand The Buchholz offensive line Improvement.
Fall Jamborees. Both isn't filled w ith giants but they' Buchholz is not real big hut

-.....". ww. fir! ft' ". 1."hyL.6) ...,yOl'L__. times the Tornadoes came out possess a lot quickness. they have' good technique
P4014NMORTON ..... ..1... CO"'AO''"'' on the losing end. but Coach speed and are very agressiveLeft They' don try to jump around
"
_"0< David Hurse thinks things will Guard Eddie and try to confuse vmi. they
LEMON !11 MANDARIN JijII SPAGHETTI, TOMATO be different when the teams the biggest man on the Boat just line up and you have to
DONUTS JUICE POTATOES ORANGE '"'G I"N' SAUCE square off Friday. front line at 198 pounds. run right at them to beat

Gainey is joined by 185 pounds them." Hancock said
.c0NNT 59C "
; .o31 : 3lSAVE
.'_Tl. 57 c // : "We're a different ball club Steve White at end 185 lbs.
than' aced I in the
now they Tackle Rand Taylor, left
A
Named
jamboree Hurse said. tackle Robert Mcllvame at 170 ner
swge.Pl .FIwN. (li'SCHICK The Bobcats' big offensive Ibs. and center Jeff Parker at

threat is senior tailback center at 155 lbs.Buchholz's Asst. Prin.
SAVE 29'
PLUS PLATINUMINJECTOR BOY SAVE 14 HEALTH & BEAUTY AIDS! FYNE TASTE James Harris who rushed for passing attack

4 LB 160ZCAN 126 yards in the Buchholz will give the Tornadoes some

KOSHER JAR GEE YOUR SAVE 30' SELSUN" SAn It.OO SWEET opener against Lake Weir and special problems.. At Vanguard

er$107swragL..rlia. HAIR SozSTL 13 ounce collected 156 yards last week "Buchholz has the best
r 99cs.VI BLUE PEAS 5'lSuper against Santa Fe. corps of) receivers \\e'll see all
DILLS :Michael Keith
I SMELLS $ Denny Hansen said Agner son
Ifi99I year. of :Mr and Mrs W'.II.
99 While Coach Mike Sexton of Agnerof
"and they don't do a bad job
TERRIFIC SHAMPOO
(( Lake has been
j agrees Harris has to be throwing the ball either" Kinsley
14I Discount stopped he said the Tornadoes Hansen added. named assistant principal at
'ALKASELTZER-
.ONUS SAVE 10 won t be able to key on any Vanguard High School. in
12 COUNT COKE SPRITE one man. Split end Dereck Hill is a Ocala
,
i FOAMYLIQUID EFFERDENT TOOTHPASTE- "Each has to play his dangerous deep threat with Mickey graduated from

I t2CY 664sa.raria.a TABLETS'139 TAB orMr. position and carry out his good moves quickness and a Bradlord High School in %band
responsibilities" Sexton said.. good set of hands. Tight end went to Samford University
PIBBLUS The Bobcats 1 use two Steve White Is a good blocker in Birmingham Ala. on

I \l1, DETERGENT FREEMAX SAVE 10- different quarterbacks for with a good set of hands a football scholarship. He
*
LISTEMINE SAVE 20 OCPOSIT
their attacks. Sophomore Strengths of the Buchholz
30 COUNT received his master's degree
SUAVKROLLON I MOUTH. 49* ETL.PADS Daryl Dickey is rated as a defesne are the tackles and from Rollins College in

'' 4/l better passer while senior linebackers. Coach Hurse Winter Park
A.IoNTE.CENT.. $179 WASH 'I29. Pete Lang is a roll out passer rated Buchholz's defense as Mickey has taught social

C but is known more for his tough and aggressive studies and coached at Van-
66SWOT
,.. _n running ability. "If we're to move the ball guard for the past six years.
Providing the power and effectively each of our backs

20'CASHMAXWELL I .. SAVE 40e 1 CASHMAXWELL lIB SAVE 35 CASHJOHNSON'S I WITH THIS COUPON 1 e blocking in Buchholz's back- must operate at 100 percent Mickey married the (former
_,....1-.,... G;:. SAVE I field is fullback Dwayne efficiency the entire ball Bobbie Riccard of

HOUSE \ : HOUSE : !\ CHEER a4. I Porcher, known for his game" Coach Hurse said Gainesville and they have
BEEF : strength up the middle and his "We need consistency and three children. Tract

I STEW COFFEE S : COFFEE i BABY POWDER !III I LAUNDRY .2 2S I blocking.The total mental concentration on Robbin and Michael.
I I
BJ DETERGENT Bobcats from the I We've fullback and
run our responsibilities. Agner was a
>-. 89'c I ... .. -1..LII...CAN...... S | 2 LB CAN.. M**. JI I I 1 I ,."...it 24 I ufc4M OUNCE tnuBt. !M.r- I(. mil*-ion..ttM. *. N L u.._-_. -,-_,_..,_._..._. ._, _.. ___...)L/-a.-!. '.__- V_..---ii''i-'i--- ..J ..------MM-*--| --- (backs. on) occassion. practice this week" Hurse State Champion football

YOUR DISCOUNT SAVINGS ADDRESS.320 SOUTH WALNUT ST. 'Buchholz' main game is said.Hurse team from Bradford High
from tackle to tackle. They laid the timing had which went 120.



Page 10 TELEGRAPH Sept 22, 1977z.


'Delhi Belly' Didn't Faze Steve Moran


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'

:, .I."' h:' j '..::.+',:,',': ;"'1,,::.',""",.)": On Musical Tour of Three ContinentsBeing


threatened by Greek Egypt, Israel, and'Sri Lanka Another memorable exper-

Communists caught up In (the island formerly known as ience, during a brief stop on

election riots in Sri Lanka Ceylon, off the coast of India). the way home, was swimming

(formerly Ceylon), and at- musicians In the dead sea a body of
At Volos. the -
tacked by baboons in Kenya had the thrill young of playinga water mentioned prominently
were among the exciting In the Bible, and located in the
I experiences of Steve Moran, concert in a 2,500-year-old lowest point on earth. It con- l
the
of Kingsley Lake and 78 other amphitheatre, where tained solid "icebergs" of f+ d

young musicians on a 23,000- works of Aeschylus and other salt, floating in the hot water, i, ir
mile concert tour to "faraway Greek poets and dramatistswere and it was impossible to sink, h
berobed
places with strange sounding presented around to 500 B.C. buoyed up with the heavy ,
names" this summer. spectators saturation of salt. To Steve's
memorable experiencewas
This notion, it didn't to
The 18-year-old Steve, whois followed by a midnight the fresh and invigoratingwater compare

working toward a pro- cruise on the Aegean sea, of Kingsley Lake.
fessional career in classical complete with native food and

music, plays the oversize fireworks.
double bass, largest instrument Steve's pick of the trip was Steve has his eye on a

In the violin family, and Greece because of the warmth musical career hopefully.
made the six-week trip with and friendliness of the people, with a symphonic or philharmonic :
wv orchestra. He has
;; (1y
Mw ai M .r 41 the Long Island Youth Or- the agreeable climate, the payed in symphonic concerts
chestra, a non-profit
comparative calm, and the with the Bradford High School ttrk
of musicians
organization ,
unforgettable ruins of the
band, during the second half
aged 14 to 26. Each young
Parthenon and other ancient )
of the school It the
year. was
traveler in for
chipped $1,300
temples. Other impressive
three-continent tour first time that this group had \
the
and
sights were the Pyramids
been augmented by a double
which included views of the Sphinx of Egypt, and the Taj
bass, and the heavy strings
of ancient Greece the
ruins India "whichI
Mahal at Agra, ,
and added a pleasing depth to the
Pyramids of Egypt, the I could sit and look at for orchestrations. Of it is 4--
course,
Taj Mahal in India. hours," with its marble to double
impossible a
carry
And what does he think of pillars, reflecting pool, and bass in a marching band

the U.S.A. after eating Jewel-encrusted inlay. Steve "unless you could equip it with
gourmet food in exotic says the temple was built by wheels,. Steve laughs. E
countries, and viewing sights one of the Mogul kings as an ktr 'i;
mausoleum for himself
enduring -
Typical example of what can happen when subdivisions are opened lots are sold, and un- that were already old when and his favorite wife. The _
Steve
has set his at
Christ was born? Steve goal
suspecting residents move In only to find, some time later, that no one actually has responsibility says Moguls were Mongol con-
"With all its faults, it's still practicing on his chosen in-
of maintaining the rapidly deteriorating streets. This scene Is at High Ridge Estates near of India who il
querors strument for four hours
Keystone Heights.editorial. the best country in the world. Iwouldn't every + N
/ live anywhere else." established an empire there day. With determination like
from 1526 to 1957. that the
even Philadelphia
Although his parents, The stay in India was Symphony or the Boston Popsdoesn't Steve Moran tunes up double bass on front porch of his
memorable in other Kingsley Lake home, wearing a pair of loose-knit all-cotton
Gerald and Hazel Moran (she many seem entirely out of I
notably for "Delhi "PYJamas" favorite garb in India for sleeping or street wear
is the daughter of Mrs. Louise ways the picture for the future.
Moore of Kingsley Lake), belly," the popular name for a

Pressing NeedThe made their home for many type of dysentery which Steve

years in Brookville, on the was lucky enough to escape.
north shore of Long Island, Most of the young musiciansfell

situation now existing in streets for maintenance at this time. Steve spent most of his victims, however -one so

several area subdivisions, where it is Besides hardsurfacing, ditches would summers on Kingsley Lake seriously that he had to be
flown back to the United
difficult or even impossible to deter. have to be reshaped, rights-of-way with his grandmother. The States.
moved down in 1976 to
family
mine who has the responsibility of main. cleared and drainage facilities broughtup an attractive new home builton "The poverty in India is unbelievable -

taining streets should give impetus to to county standards. This would en- a portion of Mrs. Moore's ," Steve says.

the county in adopting an adequate tail an outfall for the area and culvertsand property at the lake followingthe There are 100,000 homeless' /ti
elder Moran's retirementas people in the country, and it Is' .y
ordinance of
subdivision regulations at the
as piping proper grades. *
vice in charge of common practice to see them
soon as possible. Naturally, the expense of this work new business president for Mainhard sleeping in the streets, on the _

Such an ordinance would have been would be far in excess of what the home- 'Commerical Factoring. sidewalks, in the entrance-
ways of buildings, or the stair- '1
owners could afford to do themselves.
desirable before the influx of ir
even new Steve got wind of the tour ways of apartments. Some

comers to this area began but now, And why does this apply to Bradford when he returned to Long manage to build crude huts of
Island after graduating from or sheets of
with new land being cleared for develop ? canvas scraps
County to take cardboard used for movie
ment along every highway and byway of BHS last January
some special courses in musicat signs. These are erected on
the county it is imperative and shouldbe Because Bradford County has similar a school in Jerico, L.I. street medians, extend onto i

postponed no longer. instances where homeowners purchaselots before going to college this the sidewalk, or occupy any '

and find that neither the developernor fall. Shortly after he arrived available spot of unused 1
The unhappy situation now existing at there he heard that the Youth space. The students were
the is for their .
High Ridge Estates, near Keystone county responsible Orchestra needed another shocked and almost sickenedby .

Heights is a case in point. Though not in maintenance. The developer may open a bass for the proposed tour, the "poverty, dirt, and ..
piece of property for development put made application for the job, crowds," and soon learned to ,
Bradford it still
County graphically in graded roads or streets, and then sell and sot it. avoid anything to eat that was ......
illustrates the disgruntled confusion uncooked or uncanned. As for
lots by meets and bounds without the
when lots are sold without clear The 2,500-mile tour included sanitary facilities, "I saw
any formality of a plat. He then has no some well-known and some many natives simply using the Receiving certificates of appreciation for their part in raising funds for the Kidney Disease :
to who will maintain
understanding as Prevention were Elizabeth Cowart (left) and Marie Grant. certificates is r
obligation to maintain the streets, unlesshe little-known countries on three streets and sidewalks, ap- program Presenting
streets that are only graded with a sand- chooses to do so, and in some cases continents. Their stops .included parently as a common prac- Farm Bureau President George Muggins. At right Is Freddie Watlerson who has served as
clay surface other of secretary-treasurer of the Bradford County Farm Bureau for almost a of a century.
or some type the lot owners must do the work if they Athens and Volos in tice, Steve says. quarter
below-standard surfacing. Greece, Kenya In East Africa, In spite of all this, the young
want their streets to remain .
passable.In the Republic of Seychelles (a musicians played in a magni

Purchasers of lots in High Ridge have group of 86 lush islands ficent, 5,000-seat concert hall, Bradford Farm Bureau History
cases where the developer'voluntarily straddling theequator in the which was in stunning con-
banded in
organized
finally together an comes in and submits a plat Indian Ocean,'and the world's trast with wooden beds,toilets

effort to get something done about the for approval of the Zoning Board and the newest Republic); Bombeyand dug out of the ground, and Reviewed at Annual MeetingA tI
streets, but without much success due to Commission the Commissionstill Delhi in India, Cairo in polluted water to drink.

the fact that because of subsequent salesof County
will not accept the streets for mAin-
unsold parcels in the development to growth from 30 farm which will be tabulated at theFarmvBureau's Elizabeth Cowart and Marie
tenance unless they have been built to
various corporations, they now have families to 814 family determine. Grant were honored with
specifications. A homeowner may buy a in the 24 After winners are ,
memberships past
four five "developers" to deal with, County Agents By Certificates of Appreciation
or lot in a subdivision that has substandard years "ain't bad," but that is new officers will be chosen
instead of the original one. Finding out "paved" streets and still find that the the record established by the from among their number to for their fine work in the

who is responsible for street maintenance notebookDuring Bobby Bradford County Farm serve for the coming year. kidney fund-raising programto
them for main-
has not
under such conditions has county accepted Taylor Bureau in a flash-back review Reports were given by help finance the purchase of

proved to be a frustrating experience for tenance. given at the annual supper Tommy Hamilton, chairmanof a dialysis machine for this
meeting last Saturday night the legislative program, on
Gaskins
area. Mrs. Jimmy
the homeowners association. In the Evidently, this problem exists else- by long-term secretary- new legislation of interest to serves as chairman of this

meanwhile the streets continue to erode where in the state for a West Florida this past summer, peanuts, peppers, radishes, treasurer Freddie Watterson. farmers, passed at the 1977

and wash out, the weeds continue to writer made the following evidence came to light that squash, strawberries, Legislature, and Charlie project. Huggins said that for
newspaper the soil fumigant DBCP More than 250 members and Baldree, TBA chairman, who the past two or three years
and unofficial tomatoes, and turnips. Some
grow, garbage dumps con- plea to his County Commission: contribute to two
might typesof of the uses for which guests filled the large gave a report on advantages women members of the Bradford
tinue to mar the landscape. serious human health sion is conditional includecitrus auditorium of the new Starke realized by members pur- bureau had exceeded

"Stay out of the land business... and problems; disfunction of the cotton, National Guard Armory chasing tires, batteries, and their quota of $1 per memberfor
Due to intensified efforts by the don't listen to developers and male reproductive system and peaches pineapples grapes, where the group held its first accessories from the this fund.

homeowners, some token maintenancework speculators who want the county to some forms of cancer. soybeans, golf course turf, annual meeting under-rpof. organization's store.
After at least a month of the a high- In spite of rain during the
Up to now suppers
has been done in recent weeks, but home lawns and shrubs.
subdivisions for road main-
Door drawn for
accept intensive study of the light of the Farm Bureau prizes were evening, the large armorywas
Continued of DBCP for
officials of the homeowners associationsay tenance when no construction plans situation, EPA has proposedto these should use be certi- have usually been held and given out to lucky filled almost to capacity

this is only a stopgap operation and have ever been approved. suspend all uses of DBCP fied crops pesticide applicatorsonly by o nh platform the Starke members by President for this annual highlight of the

not a permanent solution to the problem. (Nemagon, Fumazone) whichare and use on home lawns State Farmers Market. Bad Muggins. Farm Bureau year.
solution. "Require all property developers to known or seem likely to weather last year contributedto
Apparently, there is no ready and shrubs should be only by
roads in their result in residues in food the decision to move inside, I
subdivisions
The Clay County Commission has re provide paved This applies certified commercial applica- VETERANS AFFAIRS
specifically which was given a favorablevote
fused to take responsibility for maintenance before accepting them for main- to use on cabbage, car tors.DBCP at the Saturday gatheringand .
.
of High Ridge streets becausethe tenance. County taxpayers should not rots, cauliflower, cucumbers available will for no longer be will be continued in future By WIlliam his as annual income after specific

development was platted in 1970, have to pay for failures of the de eggplants, lettuce, melons by the general purchase public or use, years. Service Officer ,VA than exclusions of not more
$2,000, previously
before the 1974 Clay County development velopers. Subdivision regulations must peppers strawberries, radishes, tomatoes, squash and, including home gardeners. Watterson, who has been Increased Veterans entitled to an $88 monthly was

law went into effect, requiring developers be changed to put the dollar burden on turnips. The multi-purpose fumigantsold secretary-treasurer since re- Administration pension allow- pension from the VA. The

since that time to construct the back of the developer.., where it Under the rules of suspen- as Vapam or Fume-V can organization of the local Farm ances go to 200,000 of the veteran now receives $110.

paved roads and streets, according to belongs... not on the homeowner-tax- sion, there will be a period of be substituted for all vege- Bureau unit in 1953, had some nation's oldest veterans. Some 220 Spanish-American
table garden uses of DBCP. other interesting observa- War veterans and
60 days of continued and Legislation last September 209,000
will
standards before the county payer.: Gardeners must be of
state
intensified examination of the aware tions. He recalled that for the provided a seven per cent World War I veterans were

accept them for maintenance. Bradford County needs to arm itself hazards and benefits of those a need to allow for a longer first 22 years since that time, cost-of-living increase for major beneficiaries of the Increased -
between treatment and
uses.At the end of that period, period his home on Bayless Highway 900,000 VA pensioners under pension benefits
According to the Clay County with a subdivision ordinance designed to a decision will be made about planting when using Vapam had served as office and head- the current program, effec- Average age of the Spanish-

engineering department there are cope with the multitude of problems that the long-term fate of those quarters for the chapter's tiveJanuary 1.It also directedan American War veteran is 97;

numerous things wrong in the develop- will inevitably arise as the county enters business operations, but two additional 25 per cent World War I, 81. Other

ment that would have to be corrected the period of rapid growth and develop- uses.While there is no force of LETTER TO EDITOR years ago a giant step forwardwas allowance to pensioners under recipients included 8,552
stock certi- World
taken when War II
law in a suspension proposal, this program who were 78 veterans and 9
before the county could accept the ment that seems to be on the way."Soap" EPA hopes and expects to OBJECTS TO SMOKEON ficates were sold to the years of ago or older. Korean Conflict veterans

have full voluntary cooper- LAFAYETTEDear membership to finance March VA pension rolls revealed Average age among 13.3
ation from manufactueres, construction of a $20,000 officeat 218,286 veterans million World War II veterans

I formulators, and dealers Editor: a site on property acquiredat drawing the additional allow. is 57. -

Is Mostly SudsLike during the 60 day period to In this age of environmental the fairgrounds, and the ance. The increases were ef

halt all manufacture, distri- consciousness, I am appalledthat first full-time office secretary fective automatically, without

bution, and sale of DBCP pro- a condition is permittedto Nancy Lee, was employed. action required by the e4v
lot of other Americans Tc
a we so-called jokes are too stupid to even be ducts. exist that is detrimental to veteran.

watched the first episode of ABC's offensive, and the laugh-tract is annoying While it is that surrounding residents' health, "This has enabled us to give Pensions are paid to war
controversial "Soap" program just to see some or all of Misted uses comfort and property values. much better service to our time veterans who are totally
short the
In whole thing stinks
if it was as distasteful as advance will be found acceptable and I am speaking of a Barbecue members, and I'm proud to disabled from non-service-
even worse than "Mary Hartman, that the bonds will be connected if disabled
said it cleared for routine registration Restaurant on Route 301 in report causes,
publicity was. which up to now held cess-pool honors. it is also possible, per- Starke, at the intersection of retired and our new office" before 65 and their annual

And it was. Not only was it vulgar, in haps probable that they will Lafayette Street, that burns paid for in a few more years, income falls within It Is believed
that
be found to have wood to their food and Watterson said. established limits. After age there |Is
unacceptablerisks. prepare
poor taste, and attempted to appeal to Perhaps "Soap" will be big hit with enough stoma in die Great
a In that case, those uses in the process exudes smoke business of the 65, only the annuaUncome is
the lowest common denominator of the viewers but Main considered. Wall of China to build an .
family we can't believe it. can be immediately pro- and other noxious vapors the election of

American TV-viewing public, but worstof Still, we have been wrong before. It was hibited, regardless of the labelon which result in headaches, pine evening directors was the vote one'-r An dependents veteran, ight-foot earth at die wall around the I

all perhaps, is that it was unforgivably this column that viewed the first (our the container in the possession eye, throat and respiratory without and an equator!
The inane and of an individual user. Sale distress of myself and othersin
boring. last) episode of "All in The Family" and
of of the
any above this immediate area.
amateurish canned-laugh-track that predicted that it would flop. And where which had been treated crops with After conferring with Mr. QQID4 cot/ I

giggled and guffawed even applauded is that program today? At or near the DBCP might be illegal imme Darrel O'Neal of the Bradford 4 **),

at every sour, so-called joke was an top! diately. Therefore, our County Health Department, I / miliiji

insult to the intelligence of the American growers and commercial was informed that there was q( NI/ lJ
applicators should not use no one in local Governmentwho
public. If one laugh was uttered duringthe But a more fitting title for "Soap"would DBCP for any of the above has any jurisdiction in o y ,

duration of the program we are confident ) have been "Soap Suds" the crops, effective immediately. these matter However. I was '4ro V BOB G. FERG'JSONJOHN M. MILLER

that it came from the sound tract. kind of suds you get after the dirty Again growers are asked informed that the Departmentof OT -' Publishers

and not from the American livingorTVroom. clothes have been washed dingy, not to apply DBCP to any of Environmental Regulationin All shed each Thursday and entered as second Class Matter at the Post Office at??Starkt.a.\ under
these had been notified
smelly, offensive foul, off-color: and crops, effective Imme- Jacksonville W lot h4er.h 3, 1879
diately: broccoli their investigation is
Brussels lad
totally without redeeming features. If Subscription rata in trade area: .7 per year: $4 ax months.
sprouts, cabbage
carrots *endin* I Outside trade ir $8 $4 SO six month
this is what the viewers want cauliflower E.B.Tidier The script is amateurish the acting is celery cucumbers HiMv-nJ&ve
51111I<.. Fla!
pure "high school dramatics club," the Heaven help usl I eggplants, endive, 221 Lafayette
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I Supplements Lose 12-O


Approved By BoardAthletic \\i

First game jitters, inexper a long run and then fumble," frt"" EVERYSIVlP'
fence and a hard rain provedto Cox said.
supplements were Approval was given to be too much for the TornadoJV
unanimously approved CUBB as the administering gridders as they dropped Cox said running backs THURSDAY
Monday,September 19, by the agency for the funds with their opener in Live Oak 12-0 David Sparks and John
Bradford County School Board input from the Bradford Bennett did a good job running ALL DAY
adding $32,550 to the school County Concerned Citizens, a u Coach Reddy Cox's squad Is the ball. Bennett also played
budget. group that has applied for a three-fourth freshman and monster man of defense and 1001 y4 Lb Big Brazier
Positions approved and charter from the Secretary of many had their first taste of turned in a good perfromance. BEEF
supplements are: athletic State The federal funds are to football in the opener.
director and head coach be used for cleaning up the old Defensive backs Barry Fries & Shake
$2,600; varsity football and school and hiring two security "If we get two more games Thomas and Kenny Clark
tennis, $1,600; varsity football guards to protect the grounds I under our belt we should be made few mistakes in their
and weight lifting $1,600; and property. I able to play. By the time we first game Cox said. oNLy 99.L.tluc. *
varsity football and wrestling, RJE has been the scene of j meet St. Augustine In our f '- r
$2,000 JV football and JV numerous fires and home opener we'll be ready," Cox said center Al Chapmanand
basketball, $2,000 JV vandalism, the most recent Cox said. guards Robby Pierce and .ft Tomato 10' Extra
football and baseball fire in May destroying the Griffis all
varsity Jay moved off the Case.. 1 o' Extra
$2,000; JV football and track, Head Start areas. The school The game was played undera ball well and displayed good
$2,000; varsity basketball and was vacated by the school hard downpour and the Baby blocking
golf $1,600; varsity track and board in 1964 following Tornadoes coughed the ball up #
cross country, $1,600; varsity desegregation Although the seven times and lost all but "Our defense looked pretty
basketball and track, $1,600; project will be administered 1 two. good, we stopped them inside
varsity cheerleaders, $600 by CUBB ownership of the "Our the three yard line," Cox said.
quarterback
Increases were given In building remains with the Jones executed Timmy 7
the
tennis and crosscountry, from school boardConcerned, veer real Line backer Mike Teston
well but we'd break a for
play
$800 to $1,200; varsity Citizens are and nose guard Randy
volleyball, from $400 to $600; seeking a charter to become a Secondary Smothered VanguardVanguard Thompson both played an
varsity Softball, from $500 to nonprofit organization to use Starke CO excellent game, Cox said.
$600 and JV cheerleaders, the facility for activities as receiver were smothered all night by the Tornado
from $400 to $600. scouts and adult education. secondary.This pass Intended for Vanguard's Glenn The next JV game is in o
BUS Principal Charles The board also set rental almost picked off for the Tornado by Iialah Jenkins Young and Esau was TournamentSuccessful Gainesville on Sept, :29 at 4 OO o ao 08J 0 I
fees for use of the high school Bright. pm. against Gainesville High A 0000 a ,
Francis said all the
positionswere athletic School FI
field at $35 plus $15pel" \
not filled at the time of hour for lights. The

supplements the approval, but of he did the for practice$20. High field school may be principal rented Lawtey Escape Is Caught The open tennis tournamentat 1+ ?
to have in all the
expect people Charles Francis said fees are the Starke Country Club
positions. already set for everything else Lawtey Correctional and said his car would not was so successful this year, WE
General supplements such as classrooms and work and asked him to call a tournament director Melba
Institution Allen
inmate Keith
approved are: band director cafeteria and these should wrecker. He later returnedand Howard said next year she's HAVE
Pickney who escaped from the
$2,000; assistant band naturally follow. said the car had been planning an expansion.
director, $750; two positions The rental fee does minimum security prison late "We've had a lot of playersin '
not stolen and asked Willie to call
Sunday night is being held by (IT ALL!1HAfP 1.
vo-agriculture, $1,250, $500 affect a written agreementwith the sheriff's office and reportthe the area who've played in ..
less than requested; R.O.T.C. the city for use by the Clay County officials for an car stolen.. high school and college so next at A
assault on a Gilman Paper Co
military property custodian, recreation department. The A deputy arrived and heard year we'll have. an
$1,200; drill team. $750; rifle board retained the right to employee. the complaint from Pinckneywho "A" division for competitiveplayers
team, $750 and two building and a :'B'",division for a"fsKchancy
; review requests by profit Pinckney, 27, was was wearing a raincoatover
coordinators to pull bus duty, making groups to authorizeuse recaptured by prison his prison uniform, said average players and rr'ijE Y D4) ( Every Monday t Tuesday
$1,200. of the fields and to set personnel Monday just before the spokesman. Pinckney hit beginners, Howard said.
fees.The 8 a.m. in the woods north of the guard over the head with a In the boys 17 and under 100Sinrjny
Money in one form or board also approved the SR-18 but was turned over to soft drink bottle after he was final James Stormer of z : ALL '
another occupied the attention purchase of five 100 ft. by 100 Clay County deputies becauseof told to leave, the spokesmansaid. Keystone Heights beat Steve BEEF HAMBURGER.25
; 'of Bradford County School ft. lots totaling about I14 acres an altercation with a night Griffis of Starke 6-3.i 63. Jolma"A a >4pr FRENCH FRIES..2S.
___ _
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In the girls '17 and under
next to Brooker
Board Monday night, Elementary watchman at Gilman Paper Pinckney who was serving
WORLDS
is September 19, in setting fees School. Board members said Co. sawmill on SR-218 just off 10 years for robbery will be final 14-year-old Janice Jockel another carelcM act can cause TWO I3REATEST DQ SHAKE........25'
I for the rental of the high they heard lots were selling l1S-301. charged with assault and of Starke stopped Adrienne person to lose hie ,ALE DQ SUNDAE.S.
[ t1 school athletic field and for $2,000 each and the A Clay County sheriff's battery on the guard and Saez of Keystone Heights 6-1, sight.Jds. ealiaitY..and BIT :.::
authorizing CUBB Economic purchase was in line. A spokesman said Pinckney escape said the sheriff's 6-4 to take the title. result in a law nut for
Agency to administer $60.000 portion of the baseball field is approached guard John Willie spokesman In the men's division Cliff $100,000 or more. The I
in federal funds for the currently on a portion of the Lawson won his'second usual $10,000

renovation of RJE school. purchase.I. Sheriff Boys Ranch To Celebrate Johnny straight Hobbs title!6-1'as, 6-0' he beat. liability policy Is no personal longer 0 FROZEN DM DESSERT

In the women's division adequate. Can the Charley 7O GLORIES THAT TASTE L'KE A MILLION
Starke Cowboys Open Season 20th Anniversary Oct. 1-2 Hjalmar McMillan >defeated 'E. Johns Agency increase STRAWBERRYCHOCOLATE

Florida Sheriff Boys Ranch include dedication rites for a Cathy Casey' 6-2. 6-2 for'the my Comprehensive
Week Oct. 2-8 has been new residence cottage, a title. Personal Liability to
With Three Saturday Games proclaimed by Governor continuation of the horse McMillan came ,back to 'IOOOOO..evea $1,000,000 VANILLA
Reubin Askew in conjunction show, and an outdoor team with Melba Howard to for
with the 20th of workship service. win the women's'-doubs title, just a few dollars more 3 0 6-PACKS
[ Starke's Pop Warner teams Game time is 8 anniversary omnium
p.m. the ranch. The anniversary address beating Pam' Tucker and PINTS
i will make their debut this The Starke pee wee team Askew will be delivered on October 1 Donna Samons 7-6,'6-2:
-weekend under a new name, faces the Green Cove Gatorsat signed Florida a by State Representative Ed Cliff Lawson also1'shared Charley E. CUPS
proclamation
ra) .the Cowboys. 5 p.m. in Green Cove Citizens to get urging involved in Blackburn, Jr., of Tampa half of the doubles title for the JOHNS ,'. .
The name change came by Springs.. The game will be celebrating the 20th who is a former Sheriff of second straight year a4 he and AGENCY ,
p. .I Or coo
f request of the players who played at Green Cove Middle
of the Florida Hillsborough County and was partner Larry'White defeated 13
wanted ot be Cowboys not School (old High Anniversary ]t. s. WALNUT ST.STARKE
Clay County
Sheriffs Boys Ranch, located the first Executive Director of Charley Flynn'and :John 1401 N. Temple Ave. Starke
I Buccaneers the PHONE
so name was School) field.Admission. the Boys Ranch. Watson.'r 9645070.
i time for this nine miles north of here on the h -
changed in for games is $1 i/ < -, 4
: week banks of the Suwannee River 1.) ., .
children
'., ..., The first opening Ttfrfife\ games.tilts Wilt Be.. 'IA,for$V adults association and,50( membershi for ,sis aaTbg 'celeeationwall.' begin .,n ...". ( HI/I ''''" ,,) ...., .... 1 T ..i'$1.' ......,...., 1w1 v w ..J...,", 'l1 or i
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with a two-day of .b '
program -
;, )f! Saturday morning at the good for admission to all :
special events at the Boys ( "
Bradford and
County home games gives
Fairgrounds. The Cowboy's members vote in association Ranch October 1 and 2 '
i'1 midget team takes on the business. (Saturday and Sunday), and : !:

Orange Park Rams at 1130: The association supportsover the The public October is Invited.1 events will : GRAVELYjjWPgkp'S :
r three teams
I am. 80 boys on
_
f 4ht \ The Cowboy's junior midget plus 32 cheerleaders. The include a horse show, .-- .. .....
.f team travels to Keystone association is still in need of anniversary ceremonies at 11
here meet the who to a.m., and a free barbecue at \ ..
adults
they Keystone are willing \ FINEST LAWN AND GARDEN EQUIPMENT
Panthers. The game will be work. noon. Ranch facilities will be ,1 nA tf
rs played at Gary Cooper Field For information call Jackie open to visitors from it a.m. 4
y High School Thibodeaux at 964-7013 to 2 p.m. /
at Keystone
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------- HAMPTON AREA NEWS Every Sermon A Revival For Rev. Will Wright


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City Officials' Starke Phone September 461-1'15 17. Mr. he had gathered most of these t You might say that Rev. Since becoming a minister
he likes being "A
At the September 14 City Adkins was lucky enough to creatures from the roadsidesand i Will Wright of the Lawtey Wright says Preacher" even if it's
Council Meeting held in the win a nice carton of good explained methods of pre United Methodist Church hasa Country financially
City Hall the following were cheese during the evening. serving them with formalda- way with getting the attention not near as church

officially sworn into office: Congratulations also to Mrs. hyde, borax and water along of his audience. In rewarding the as having a
big city
Betty Davis who recently won with plenty of sunshine. With these sermons he
Mayor, William Summers: basis of
"The religious
$100 in the Piggly Wiggly Since that day 7th graders couldn't miss: "Luke Warm very
City CouncilmeQw .Donald ;; growth in America started
Christians Make God Vomit
,
have their room alive
brought
llelle, Ernest Green and A-C. Bingo games "Almost PersuadedCloseOnly with the rural churches but
with all manner of spiders,
Dennison. re-elected to denominations
another term. John X. Allen Hampton Lake wasps and anything they can Counts In Horseshoes", most large "
? them Wright said.
"God Bless America-Please' ignore ,
and Ted Curtis remain in Mr. and Mrs. Randy manage to capture They then
office as does city clerk Mrs. Seoggins enjoyed a two week? search encyclopedias for information 4 Rev. Wright said what
Mary Lee Allen. Steve Var- vacation recently visiting several on their loot and makes his style unique is the "There a need in building
days with Mr. and Mrs. interesting reports to enthusiasm he puts in to each rural churches and a need to
num stays on as marshal for give "
realize their strength, he
the W.D. Dowling in Dunnelkxi. their classmates. .L sermon at Grace Methodist
city.
_._ Church in added.
They did some boating and Lawtey.
four sealed
bids Upon for opening garbage pickup fishing on the Blue Run River School Menu l$', all "I 1 preach everyone of( the While the religious aspectsof '
the rural church is Wright's
which comes in at Rainbow Sept. 28-so sermons like it's a revival,
Donald Helle
awarded
was Ill i I I@I main for liking the
Since Sallye is Rev. Wright said. reason
this contract submitting the Springs. a MONDAY: Chicken with
lowest bid of $253 month. collector of all varieties of rice buttered corn, tossed Before moving to Lawtey in country he readily agrees that

The next meeting of per the Coun owls they were quite thrilledto salad, peach half, June Rev. Wright served as he also enjoys country

cil is scheduled for October 18 see many live owls in that butterscotch square, biscuit, minister of the White Springs cooking.
... area along with alligators, milk. !Methodist Church for two "Country cooking is the
in the City hail
heron and other I and skid-row best. I'm a living testimoney
otter, many TUESDAY:: Hamburger on Ir'p. years as a "
varieties of beautiful birds. minister in St. Petersburg for to that Wright said pattinghis
bun. lettuce, tomato pickle,
Senior .
CiUtn, ;U .,
round
"When
stomach I
The meeting of the Senior They visited Weeki Wachee French fries, fruit jello, cake, three years.
Springs also and spent several Before going into the moved to the country I found
Citizens rrtd ui the City Hail.September .
IS. was enjoyable days at St. Petersburg with milk.WEDNESDAY: Stew meat, I ministry Rev. Wright served that for years I'd been eating

with a good turnout and the Mr. and Mrs. Bill Meng and mashed potatoes sweet peas, I in the Army as a bomber pilot, the wrong end of the turnip,"

acceptance of two new mem daughter, Dana. There they roll cherry cake cobbler, was director of a national he added.
bers. Ressie and Dolly Jo collected seashells, beach milk. I camping club and owned What has been the reactionof

Dowling. Joe Kerrigan strolling and swimming. THURSDAY: Pizza, green restaurants and a night club, the congregation toN.tlght's

addressed the group in the After a delightful week in beans,fruit cup peanut buttercup I an assortment of jobs that enthusiastic style?
milk. Wright says has helped him in Wright said attendance has
importance of attending the Disney World, Mr. and Mrs.
almost doubled and
nit'cling of the North Florida Brad Hopper of Baltimore, FRIDAY : Tuna salad, his ministry."I nobody Is.
Coalition of Senior Citizens Maryland are enjoying a carrot, raisin, cabbage slaw, have more compassionand sleeping through the sermon.
scheduled relaxing week with Mr. green limas, cheese toast understanding for peoplein "I had one of the sweetest
for and
September 20 at
milk. Rev.Will Wright of Grace UnltedMethodlstChurch said he likes the life of a countrv preacher. trouble because I've been in ladies tell me I'd ruined her
(the Starke Civil .Defense Mrs. George Simpson and Bill
Building when Senator Martin. trouble, I got my PhD in sin, I regular" Sunday morning
know the Wright said with a
well nap
enemy Wright
Kenneth "Buddy", MacKaywill Mr. and Mrs.
Kenneth
be the principal speaker. McClure and son, Kasey Local Breath Of Life Campaign Head Start Opens said. laugh.

Games were enjoyed throughout spent the weekend with Mr.

the evening. Mrs, Mabel and Mrs. Bill Meng and Dana To Be Kicked Off This Saturday CUBB Economic Agl.'ncyannOI1n'el Full Gospel Businessmen Sat.A .
Ncssmith: was the 'lucky in St. Pete. the :
of
winner of th lovely butterfly School opening
? News The Head Start Centers in Clay, dinner meeting of the Church and Christian Day
Breath of
picture mad bnd donated by Hampton Elementary Life Approximately one of
every Union, Baker and Bradford Starke School in Neptune Beach.
Bill Fontaine. It was decided: : School children were all Campaign for Cystic Fibrosis 1,500 babies are born with Chapter of the Full
to hold future meetings on smiles September 20 when a will begin this Saturday, Cystic Fibrosis, which is still counties October 3, with an Gospel Businesslen's! Reservations are necessary
Friday afternoons from 1 to 4 professional Delmar photographer September 24, with a road incurable. C-F is inherited enrollment of 3, 4, and 5 year Fellowship International is set for dinner and may be made

p.m. was on hand to. take block from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at when both parents are I olds from low-income families Saturday, Sept. 24, at 6p.m.at I by contacting Don Wilson in
in the area. the Garden Waldo at 4G8-2062 Kd
the intersection of US-301 and Restaurant. or
each carriers
child's picture. Manv of of the recessive gene
t'.S.:MarinesAdro l'' their younger brothers and SR-100. which causes C-F It is Staff will report for in- The featured speaker will be Longnecker; in Keystone at

Lester Johnson left sisters also took advantage Of The campaign will continue believed that ten million service training on September W Douglas Fowler, Jr., !\I.D., 473-2702 by 8 p.m. Friday
(for. October Individual 26. In addition to their classes, a Jacksonville surgeon. He Sept 23.Persons.
September 7 13.' weeks the opportunity to be photo through 3. Americans are symptomless
training with the U.S. Marines graphed. marchers will be going from carriers of this gene. Current the children participate in was the first president of the
in Parris Island. S.C. After New students welcomed door-to-door during the week research funded by the Cystic music, story time, art and Jacksonville Chapter of the unable to attend 'he

this training he plans to go to recently were: Melissa Bates and if necessary through the Fibrosis Foundation is recreation periods every day. FGBMFI: and is now an In- dinner portion of the meetingare

:Memphis Tennessee, (or six in the 3rd grade, Donna Batesin month of October Anyone seeking a practical test to A nourishing breakfast and ternational Director of the invited" lo attend the
months schooling in' theaviation the 7th grade and Donna interested in becoming a identify these carriers, as wellas I lunch is served daily, along Fellowship.Dr. ministry portion at 7 p.m. No

electrician" field.SOCIAL Peoples, a first grader. marcher helping with the a cure for C-F and better with a snack during the day. Fowler serves as reservations are required for
Bradford 4-H Director drive should contact Cheryl methods of treatment for all Hours are from 8:30: a m. to chairman of the board and as this and the public is invited to
*".* Deputy Frank Bell comes to 2:30: p.m. A very successful elder of the Beaches Chapel attend.
visit Godwin 9646792.
Lowell Parri h. *< ) the lung-damaging diseases. the assistance
of
Betty and rewarding is
year
I school on September 11 and pick up copy"Breath
Fennel) of Lawtey after she" expected said
:Mrs Clarice Adkinb instructed 7th gniuer:* in Because of program
improved found the -I' foot long rattle director Daniel Gibbs. :
"
attended a bridal shower Carole Shields' class about of Life Campaign" treatment developed through snake in her utility room. The (Head Start Center for Union Jj
'
given:; recently .Starke by setting up a Nature Trail Students chairmen. Buddy Patterson, research many C-F patientsare snake with five rattles was and Bradford counties is I

:Mrs Billy Hodge and .Mrs. will leant to identify alt Lawtey, Ms. Cheryl Godwin, now living into their teens quickly dispatched by Bell. located at the RJE Building,
ill.irdVvnn lor hergranddaughter. sorts of wild j.ani", bushes Starke, Coach Calvin Varnes, and young adulthood. These
North Pine Street, in Starke Silver for
the first dimes minted
provided
was by
Toye Clari Richard and trees during thisprogram. Jr., Raiford and Mrs. Joanne same treatments are also
Parrish introduced Fussil Brooker will lead local George Washington from his own household silverware.
ol (Ocala who wilt be married benefiting, and often curing
lo Don Padgett. Jr. October Tony Jensen who serves as volunteers in raising funds to children suffering from other '

I ir: Miss Sheila Wynn assisted Extension Forester in the support research and care lung-damaging diseases.Obituary. .

with the games (pr.> .the Forest Ecology Program at programs for children af-
shower Mrs.. Adkins'',daofih- the University of Florida. fected by lung-damaging I

lers Mrs. Joel Smith of Jacksonville Jensen delighted the class diseases like Cystic Fibrosis, Carry-haul
and Mrs. E.M. >* *- when he showed them tanned severe asthma chronic

vatt. Sr. accompanied her.tot hides of rabbits, fox) bronchitis and bron-

t hi-shower. _" squirrels possum, and snakesas chiectasis announced Mary
Mr and Mrs Gerald Adkins well as deer skulls, Weiss, president of the ...
Mrs Minnie .
.
attended the Bradford County armadillo shells and stuffed Florida Chapter, Cystic Norman.'V\ '

Farm I Bureau Banquet held in crows and ouail. He explained Fibrosis Foundation. Mrs Minnie F. Norman. 88, cars are financedat

died Wednesday, Sept. 14, at
her home, Rt. I, Box 148,
I Lawtey, following a sudden

$ RYI illness. Florida National.
-- Mrs. Norman was a lifelong

AIKPAKKBAPTIST' ; FIRST METHODIST SMYRNA BAI TIS1 CIIURCI! resident of Bradford and
CIIL'KCH iv CHURCH Elder: T.C.Williams Union Counties and a
Kev. O.D. Brook "On the search for a member of the Pine Grove

Orange| Street. Sunday: Church School for friendly church?" Congregational Methodist
all I ages. 9:4; s a.m.j: Morning Church.
SIAII\Y: : Sunday School,10 1 worship (Nursery provided) Welcome lo Smyrna Survivors include one son,
:1.111. Worship 5pr.ttc.it. M'. Carlos Norman of Lawley;

a n:.. Evening/ Worship p.m.. XINGSLE_-LAKE__BAPTISTRev. SU' DSunday School, one si"tsr, Mrs. Anna Deese of .'
\\Klt\KSUAYi: ,,
Service Prayer. .Paige Bowman 10 a.m., Worship Service, 11 Law ley, 5 grandchildren and 4 "

7pm. '.w'r. i SUNDAY: Sunday School, a m., B.T.S., 5:43: p.m., great grandchildren.
---- 10 a.m.; Morning Worship. 11 Evening Worship, 7 p.m. Funeral services were held
a.m.; Church training 6:30: All visitors are warmly Saturday. Sept. 17 in the Pine

ALLEN CHAPEL.A.MK.ail'KCIl. pm.; Evening Worship, 7:30: welcome+__ Grove CongregationalMethodist
: : Church in Raiford
p m STAKKE
"The Friendly Cnnr* '* WEDNESDAY: MidWeek CIIUIU'IIOKUOD with Rev. Ben Coleman offi

7 1'l Pine M.:. Starkelto Prayer ""PVifI 7-"Ul pm Rev. M.E. Drake ciating. Burial was under the ,
\. It.C;. l llcanlle lfastor'l'DtY direction of Archer Funeral :,r "
SL Mark's Epircval I Home of Lake Butler. t
Sunday Sunday School. 10 ,
:
Rev.John
Flynn
!' : ,
: Sunday School
a.m.; Morning Worship II t :.. ; i- )
\'i':.lit !
a i 111.lorl1lf1g Worship. :
I II I am. Evening: Worship, 5 Sunday: 8:30: a.m Holy a.m.; Evening Worship 7 -i, .., J':> "'

p Ill. lirst' Sunday.: only? l love School Eucharist, 11 9:45:a.m.a.m.Morning Church p.m.Wednesday : Family Pine Level Clo-.es! :.,) '. .\;','I'..,:";,".<01';;, 1
toast 7 :.to befOl"11I'
p.m. Friday ,
Prayer. Training Hour, 7:30: p m.
1 SundiivBethel '
Tuesday: 9:30: a.m. Prayer Friday: Prayer Meeting, Summer With

Baptist(;b IrCb Group in the church building. 7:30:: pm. 4 'L& '
(tassel". ||Davis, Factor S S S S S S S S "Solute To Mimic"

Sunday School 10 am PINE GROVEMKTIIODISTOIUKCH UNITED PENTECOSTAL f ,
:Morning Worship M'"'a.m.' : CHURCH Pine Level Baptist Church

EveningVorsh! p 7:30 p.m.; Kev. Ken L. Coleman Rev O.L. Wells will end the summl'r season Dna
\\nlne.sday.". Prayer. Meeting 204 N.Water St. victorious note with a

73opm.; s SUNDAY: Sunday School, SUNDSunday School, "Salute to :Music And cele-

-- 9:45; a.m.. Morning Worship 10 a.m.; Worship services, 11 brate the first anniversary of
f \1.\ \In' IL\M'IIT! 11 a.m; Evening Services a m., and 7 p.m.WEDNESDAY. their music director and his
flll'KCII a Bible wife, Don and ,..
7:30::: pm. : Brenda y ..
.1 ini Black Pastor, TlIl'USUPrayer Study. 7:30: p m. I llallgren. t 1 +

.deefin FRIDAY: Young People's The
St'ND11'!' : : Sunday;/SchwJ.i p5_ Service, 7:3n:: )p.m.SASS. Starke Hallgrens came to S.-
from
one ear ago FortWorth
'I i 43:; ti.m.: 1\I0mml4'Worsblp'! ST. EDWARD'S CATHOLIC y .
Texas Don is the
1 II 1 u t m.. Evening Worship.
p in \\ell Service!. 7:3: ( p.m.KlltSTASoKMHLVOP' Kev. Patrick II. Foley music bus and youth director
PINK; I.EKLBPTISTKrv. ; : while" Brenda is the church

5555 nUl' Ahuiei and The
Masses Saturday ,1111 pianist secretary
: 7pm.
:: SUNDAY llallgrens will be
: Sunday School singing/ in
Sunday 11 a.m., Monday 7p.m.
(;oi> ; .. l to am.; Worship. am. : both services along! with
"The llappvfbarvhllw < Tuesday 8:30: a.m., Bible Study. 6:30: pm. : the choir and othl.'r. pcl'lal

I l y. Ill at \\'rhtontft.Markr Wednesday 6:30: p.m.. Evening: Worship. 7 p m.IE11NESD.11' music
Thursday 8:30: a.m.. first
'
Friday : : Prayer. The church will also be celebrating -
8:30: a.m:
\-'T
!' M'MIX:
> : Sunday School. Service 7-30 p.m. its finest! summer
\lit u m. Morning Worship. 11 Confessions: Monday 6 p rn. ever Throughout the summer
fi tn.'em"K': Worship. 6:43: pm. or upon request. S S S S S S S- season" the church has I
6.-" Parish Council Meetings experienced .o. ..L
) fourth Monday of each month. GRACE BAPTIST ('I III'KCII a steady growth with a
"J.II: \"; _
U.Youth high one Sunday of 4J8 .
Altar Society Meetings II w> loot South on July .' I m r
imfting. 7 pin.; Bible-Study, 17 Last te.
1st !Monday of each month. SU.M\Y: Bible School. 10 Sunday the church
7 pinPastor S S SSIORI.AX a.in. Worship. 11 am.; reached i an all time high with
Kobert Harden' : ROAD Training Union 7 pm. 4JI present tor Sunday School
\\elcome one and aU t" BAPTIST Evening Worship. 8 pm.WEI and over 475 I in the worship
SS'F'IRSTCIIRLST1.1 service" '
1il'SD.Sunday: School. > ESV.I'r3'pr: ,
\ 10 a m.. !Morning Worship and Meeting 7:30: p m. "A church The pastor and staff extenda All kinds of cars are financed at Flonda National. Big cars,

m ini 1,0ljn"'e'r lll'Rt'lIJ : Service Training for Union the Deaf.rii 6:30: a.m., somebody where "everybody" is attend cordial the invitation services and to all share to little cars. Practical cars posh cars Even cars that are vans
p.m.
in the biasing of an exciting or trucks. With all kinds of low-rate to
!< School.945 Evening Worship. 7:30: pm. and ...... campers plans fit your
inm.Sund.1)
.
gro .
\\'ED? ESD.Jideek>> :MADISON ST. BAPTIST ........ budget like car fits lile.U .
your
: a m : morning service.: ..... your
Prayer Service 7:30: p.m. REV,CHARLES R.SWARTZ ,' ......
IOU: a.m.; youth group e S S S S f'U\f" '. the time has come in your life for a new car come to
tFa '
p.m. evening warship. 7 / ; 1// .f-:
FIRST BAPTIST Sunday: Sunday School ; us. When it comes to cars we
p.m.; Choir practice p.m. IIOI.1\Fvti: tI mean money.FlaridaNatianalmeanscars.
.:UUiD.Bib&: Sunday: 9:45: a.m., Sunday 9:45: a.m., Morning Worship 11 (l/q/1f/ IIt.lxrv

Stud. 8 School; 11 a.m.. Morning a.m., Children's Worship 11 'tf" ,
.3555 p.m. Worship: 6:15: p.m.. Church a.m., Church Training 6:15: 1.111//" .

training: 7:30 p.m., Evening p.m., Evening Worship 7:30: St1)1.( .' .I: ,
.
H 1 II ST PRESBYTERIANV .Worship. up" \\fr shpfis(
CHURCH d.-: Madayt LABOR DAY p.m.Nursery provided for all ,, ) 'i'hoo//. lran / '
; v ( I'r'.ict>. ,, tlurfafcijM Florida Bank I Starke :
Ilr,JaC'k.UannlpsIteq. office: closed. services. TII 111 "II \ tonal saat
:- Tuesday! p.m.. Jr. Choir Tuesday: Bible Study 10 & ; ) Hwilutufllurfcbi JelfersonotCldrkStteer, 904 i ,
: Sunday School. and Music Maker; 7 p.m.,. a.m. t'r-I'I('e. ; .1 1, ; Midweek
9:30: a.m.; Morning Wonhip.. Deacon's Meeting.Wedaesdayi Wedneldalidweek!\ ,1: P11. /
.
Uam. Regularly Service 7:30: p.m., Youth and miles '\ flf ,.
THURSDAY Choir scheduled meetings and Children's Choir 7:30: p m., road b. ;II I n

practice 7:30: p.m. services beginning at CMS Adult Choir 8:30: p.m. Ifrad/ord' i on, dlrl
"rn'ur"'
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I Hampton Councilman Will Also Collect The Garbage


Don Halle left the Hamptontown between the bids of Helle and bed which would run $3 per compensation paid by the city Helle and Green along with Marshall Steve-Varnum and
meeting Wednesday with those of Skelton's and load. Helle added if he got the was $780The .' councilman A.C. Dennisonand he said he wouldn't OK $6,000
two new Jobs.for the He received the Perryman's raised many contract he would get a city council agreed that Mayor William Summers for Varnum's salary unless he
contract city garbage questions.A and county license even if the total cost of the were sworn in by outgoing could get a schedule from
service and was sworn in as anew spokesperson for Roger Skelton also asked if insurance was added to mayor Aruther Bruno at the Varnum.
city councilman.Helle's bid Perryman's questioned if the city would have to pay the Helle's bid it would still be start of the meeting.The Varnum said he'd been
$255 per month Helle was licensed and if he insurance for Helle. Skelton under the bids of Perryman council checked the new working only part time during
for garbage service was $35 a knew the price he would be explained with the figure he and Skelton. budget for but the past year and assured
month less than $290 a month charged for dumping at the quoted he, not the city would Before the contract was adoption was delay until Summers if the salary was
bid of
than Jasper half the Byrd bids and less county dump. pay Insurance and workman's;; discussed Council ChairmanTed Welty could see if the councilwas approved he would providefull
ofFerryman's Tony Perryman said he compensation.Town time service but he would
was Curtis and newley elected required to hold a public
1--\
Garbage Serviceat charged S3 per load to dump attorney Richard councilman Earnest Green hearing on the spending of not be able to set up a regular
Skelton's$733.80 Garbage per month Service and his large truck, but Byrd said Welty checked the town's checked with Welty to see if federal revenue sharing;! schedule. ....1'.:_r:
at he was charged only $1 per insurance and found the city Helle's bid would be money. ,-.
$780 a month. load for his pick-up. lIelle said had covered the garbage considered a conflict of One item on the budget did Council Chairman Curtis .
The large difference he planned to use a one ton flat t tn. workers In the past but the Interest. Welty said as long as come under attack from suggested that Summers and y

_.........vllll"-'ZO _........... ,_,. .____ ... total fee for all city employees the bids were sealed he saw no Summers, though. Varnum get together to work
liability insurance was $1,591 problem with Helle bidding Summers said he was out a list of expected duties
and the total workman'sRailroad for the service. unhappy with the job of town and abroad schedule of plans.



Underpass Is Suggested AgainOnce .J .G:! ;: &. :

Darnell New Parole Officer
again, it has been Cherry Street in south Starke. launching into the need for the that point would cost $22,000. Shirley
suggested that a study be Bowen was a member of the project. The railroad needed to I
made of building an committee which several Silcox said he was remindedof replace a portion of the wood Ma. Shirley Darnell, of Gainesville, has been employed aa a
emergency underpass under years ago made plans to have the need for an underpass trestle with concrete, which Parole Officer by the Starke Parole and Probation Office of the
the Seaboard Coastline such an underpass recently when he was blockedby would have cost $85,000 two Department of Offender Rehabilitation.As .
Railroad which bisects the constructed. a train. A check showed years ago, Bowen added. an officer with this department, she will be living In
City of Starke to allow every crossing from Madison Commissioner Harold Epps Starke and working in Bradford. Baker and Union counties, with
w passage of emergency That effort, like ones beforeit Street in south Starke to the urged a joint meeting with those persona who are on Parole. Probation and Mandatory
vehicles. went by the boards, Farmer's Market Road in SCL, the city, the county, and Conditional Release, or who are under Pre-Sentence Investigations -
however. north Starke to be blocked, the state Department of for the various courts.
Silcox said. Transportation. Mayor Ms. Darnell is a 1974 graduate of the University of Florida,
The Councilman Vernon Silcox Charles authorized Epps to where she obtained a BA Degree in Psychology. Prior to em-
city council asked brought the need for an Bowen said an underpass seek a date for such a joint ployment as a Parole Officer, she was with the !North Florida
Tuesday night that Police beneath theSCL
trestle of
east
Chief
meeting. Bowen was
underpass up Tuesday night. Evaluation and Treatment Center Gainesville.
ti &r. Chief Jimmy Bowen re- the Bradford Shopping CenterIs asked to contact the railroad.
instigate efforts by the city the best choice for arossing. Mayor Schaefer said, if he
Ji county, the railroad, andhospital "I've brought this up for the remembers correctly, the
to have the underpassbuilt past six years and I've gottenno A committee in 1974 railroad has plans set for 1980 County Prodded
"
under the railroad near where, Silcox said again estimated that construction at to build the trestle.



Flies Bombarding Crystal ResidentsUniversity Again On It's



Crystal Lake residents are of Florida. He spot kill the adult fly, Dr. Koehler something wrong regarding
"l being bombarded by flies sprays each day wherever continued. The source must be the landfill and it is found to be PracticesLike
1 swarming outside their doors, larvae are present, which found where the housefly suspect of the fly problem, we Hiring
r'L covering ceilings of porches takes some 300 gallons of breeds and the larvae killed will correct it, stated Brad-
and, in general, making life spray each week. before it pupates. To locate ford Commissioner Maxie
,- miserable for the majority of Smith told the group that he the source can be very difficult Carter. a summer re-run Brad- "The hospital took the
the people living by the lake. feels it is some other source he warned.On Clay Commissioner Hank ford County commissionersheard position they had not failed to
t4'l
+ ..- Step outside with food or other than his farm causing the average, the Bruning reported that Clay again U.S. Treasury comply and" had refused to
Y ,. drink and within seconds it the fly problem. He also breeding site is usually within County sprays the Crystal' Department representativesare cooperate said Hardy.
will be covered by flies, according pointed out that 99 percent of half mile of the problem, but Lake area every 10 days in an "not satisfied with ourspeed" During the lunch break
4 .. to one resident.In his dead chickens are frozen variables cause different attempt to control the in hiring minoritiesand :chairman George Roberts and
order to find some solution each day and delivered to an ranges, said Dr. Koehler. problem. But, he remarked, setting up an affirmative Hardy met with hospital
a few residents of Crystal alligator farm. About 80 percent Some of the residents "maybe we're not doing action plan, county attorney administrator Dick Edmondson. -
4 Lake met Friday, September of the droppings are soldto wondered if the Bradford enough in our counties." Dudley Hardy told the board Roberts reported back to
i .vw rr .j 16, with Bradford and Clay farmers for fertilizer, he County landfill could be He suggested to Commissioner Monday, September 12. the board Edmondson would
J County officials to discuss the added. causing the deluge of flies. Carter that both On November 17, 1976 the take the subject up with the

';'11: _...... ___.--1.. ;:.' ,, ,', / situation. Larvae has been spotted at counties work with their office of Revenue Sharing hospital board of trustees. The
State Rep. Frank Williams, Sometimes it is the fault of the dump, said Darrell respective health depart- part of the U.S. Department of next regular meeting of the
: W.D. Dell holds aloft the huge six-foot plus rattle snake he a Crystal Lake resident, was poultry and sometimes it isn't, O'Neal, of the Bradford ments to see if a better the Treasury, began an hospital board is September
killed Sunday, September 11,on the Old Lawtey Road. also present along with explained Dr. P.O. Koehler, of Health Dept., but it is covered spraying program is needed.At investigation into local hiring 22, 7 p.m.Hardy .
representatives from both the UF extension service of with one foot of fill as often as the request of the lake practices as the result of a told the
board he
counties health letter written to that office was
This Is A Snaky Story departmentsand and the agriculture sciences. Adult possible.Adult. residents, Dr. Koehler agreedto claiming county offices used gathering information from
flies flies
Clay-Bradford reproduce by laying eggson can emerge go out in the area, evaluatethe other counties about their
University of Florida suitable organic decaying from larvae from up to three situation, and see if he discrimatory hiring practices. affirmative
fall comes to Bradford Lawtey Road accross the Agriculture Extension Ser matter the source could feet of soil, said Dr. Koehler, could come with Hardy said at that time this action programsto
up some to the board
so do the rattle snakes. street from New Hope Baptist vices. even be a pile of leaves, he which is the reason for the acceptable solution. was an investigation becausethe said present he Hardy
r.1'\ Church. Residents county receives revenue was continually in
at first appearedto stated.It daily coverage regulation.* Those
r! i the last two weeks Dell said he and DeSue were place most of the blame on doesn't do any good to just "If the county is doing generally attending agreed the that meeting the federal funds and is subject to touch by phone andcorrE'spondence
residents have reported walking up a wooded lane a nearby commercial chicken checks. The county with
information
sighting and killing rattlesnakes when they heard the snake. farm which Is owned by and provided was Mas to have compiled by Treasury to comply ith their
26,600Population Projected helpful educational. .
that are now on the They both hedged away from Donald E. Smith. But, after a very advertising when positions requests.In
With
j move searching for a winter the sound and DeSue left to description was given of everyone.Working became available. June 1975 the Board

fen. ;; | _"_rbcing.-pglLa.rifle-: ........._ Smitb'.a. tep&..is..contrdliagw ForBradford County'by'2OOO effort together to in solve a joint the mutual 'Hardy, told the board new received a request from the t
Bradford
v James McCarthy reported 'The snake l was next to a pine any fly problem at the-' ; residents in problem; employment applications had County Chapter of
L' /killing a five foot rattler at his tree under an old set of box poultry farm, the group Florida's will Florida's are hopes they been brought Into use for all the NAACP to fund an
population current will soon be rid of the
'"home on Bessent Road and springs leaning against the conceded that it could likely zoom ,to 13.5 million by the estimated at 8.5 million populationIs and flies pesty county departments, with the affirmative action plan
;') C Starke Police Lt. Lane Sibley tree, not more than two feet be another source, or several '2,000.accordinJ the exception of the hospital. The including an affirmative
year ;! to report pictures the state Jim Catlett, Clay zoning action human relations
: four from where the had the un-'i, applications were submittedto
reported shooting a foot men sources, causing with slow but
projections by researchers at a steady in- board director, thanked Smith for coordinator.
rattler on North Street. stood. situation. Washington approval
< W.D. Dell and James DeSue Dell shot the snake which pleasant Smith, who has run his poul- the University third at that of Florida.A crease in people moving in for joining with the group to as follow up to June It was this proposal and
number will from the North until the solve the matter
reported they killed rattlesnake measured at almost six feet farm for 19 followsa year correspondence with complaint that initiated the
a try years, be 'concentrated the
along 2020, when Florida is expectedto "especially since he had been investigation by the Office of
Dell's home Old with 11 rattles. set theCOMPARE Treasury representatives,
near by
on program
up "Gold Coast" in Dade
have the
nearly 17 million given most credit for the Revenue Sharing.
said Hardy.
Broward, and Palm Beach residents. problem."
counties, according to predic- The fastest growing
tions releaed'by the Bureauof counties in the next 18 years
Economic & Business are expected to be citrus, with Paid Holidays Approved For Teachers I
I OUR I SPECIAL I Research. an estimated jump from
The estimates show Brad- today's 35,000 to 71,000; and

ford County (currently Clay, from a current 49.000 to Designating Labor Day, be exchanged for three The board earlier in I the
estimated at 16,000) will reach 100,000 by the end of the Christmas and Memorial Day, teacher planning days. month rejected! three bids
PRICES AND' VALUES. 18,100 by 1980 and 26,600 by century. Flagler Hernando, Bradford County School board The holidays were submitted that wore doublethe
2000.Union Martin and Pasco countiesare members Monday, September negotiated in the current $5n! .ioi allocated in the
County is projectedfor also expected to double 19 approved the three days as teacher contract with the budget. 8,11 ley said two more
12,300 by 1980, and 18,900 their populations by the year oaid holidays for teachers to board. The board also companies were interested in
V by 2000. 2000. authorized hiring two new bus bidding the project
drivers to complete the 25- In other business the boardset
route system implementedthis a workshop October :3. :5
year and two half time p.m. to discuss capital outlay\
TIRE BARGAINS janitorial positions for the project priorities, heating! ( and
high school. air conditioner maintenanceand
I When questioned about how boiler repairs.In .
# the bus system was working. other business the
Southside principal Dewey board :-aut homed final
I'e While They lift McKinney responded. it was payment of $89.032: for
"pretty well. Chairman additions to Bradford High(
1 Arthur Gaskins said he had School. The entire project cost
NO. IN BRAND & very few complaints with was $771.978. School architect
PRICE most coming from the Craig Salley reported! to no
STOCK SIZE DESCRIPTION Brooker area.Superintendent. hoard there were two minor
Tom Casey corrections to be made but
said he was working on the did not warrant holding(
4 A78X13 B. F. GOODRICH 4 Ply Poly White Wall '25" morning pickup situation in pa>merit.Approxed. up
Brooker as well as all areas also were
-
8 E78X14 B.F. GOODRICH 4 Ply Poly White Wall .'26" and as soon as the new buses payments to Salley for fees of
arrive the situation would be $2.507. and a $21.750; paymentto
AFFORDABLE MOBILE HOMES 4 F78x14 SAFEMARK 4 Ply Poly w/w eiem '25" immensely improved. Stephens Roofing and Sheet

Casey reported school Metal Co.,
a partial paymentfor
With a Site-Built i Ranch-Style Look 8 F78X14 B. F. GOODRICH 4 Ply Poly Blackwall '27" opening and was at present"extremelycalm" there re-roofing projects in the

8 F78X14 B. GOODRICH 4 Ply Poly Whitewall '28" are 3.952 students enrolled, county-The board also heard

CHOICE OF 24-FT WIDE FLOOR PLANS 1 Q78X14 SAFEMARK 4PlyPolyw/WBlem 26" ,about The school 10 more system than lost expected.about damage Elementary to the school roof was at Lawtey$6,300

A 50 pupils to private schools of which all but 10 pE'rcE'ntshould
5 G78X14 SAFEMARK Glass Belted Tube Type *29" this year Casey said. be covered by
2 or 3 Bedrooms 11/2 Baths Dinette In other business the board: 'nsurance.

1 Q78X15 SAFEMARK 4 Ply Poly W/W Blem 26" -Approved advertising as In other action to board

Pitched shingled roof # Ideal for young families, surplus for bid property accepted the low bid on a key
1 G78X15 SAFEMARK 4 Ply Poly W/W Tube Type '2111 adjoining Pleasant Grove punch machine for the county
Wood exterior siding vacation home retirees
Church. office and the low bid from
Large windows and closets 20 Q78X15 B. F. GOODRICH 4 Ply Poly Blackwall *28" -Unanimously approved Terwillager Motors for a

Name brand 4* Financing available reinstating sick time lost by cargo van. The board asked
appliances 4 H78X14 SAFEMARK 4 Ply Poly W/W Tube Type '28" head mechanic Ed Vickery as the county staff to evaluateand
Fine-furniture cabinetry the result of an on the job eye report back on bids for
House-type gypsum-drywall elf Income tax benefits 2 H78X14 SAFEMARK 4 Ply Poly W/W Blem '28' injury.Approved custodial supplies, food
buying a gate
ceilings and walls 3 H78X15 SAFEMARK 4 ply Poly W/W Blem *28 for the BHS athletic field to service Universal, paper weight products and gym a

Carpeting and drapes # Turn monthly rent Into allow easier exit after football declared surplus property.

Furnished. housing InvestmentUSED 7 H78X15 SAFEMARX 4 Ply Poly W/W Tube Type 28" games.Asked. Also authorized by the
for a check on board was the sale of
3 DOUBLE WIDES AT A GREAT SAVINGS 20 H78X15 I. F. GOODRICN 4 Ply Poly Whitewall $30M32io prohibiting vehicles from discarded articles to be
driving onto the school In each school
Prices $1 0 600 Set Up A 4 J78X15 SAFEMARK Glass Belted Tube Type playground at the middle center.gathered No date for a sale was

start at Delivered school.Voted let Superintendent Tom
A Excise Tax Included In The Above Prices to rebid paving Casey said he would be
projects for the October 17 time to to date
devoting an
WE WILL MOUNT THESE TIRES ON TOUR CAR FREE meeting. Architect Craig inventory of school up property,
*[HRmPIOn Salley told the board the base
vehicles, buildings and land.
encoie by ,HOMB BUILDERS CO. \',' Fully Guaranteed bid was reworked to resurface Casey said he expected to
? /\ I! BUS tennis courts, have all in order by next July.
TV.OLIN'S \ Workmanship / and bus drive, Starke
Like the Homes Seen on National Elementary bus drive, and

\ resurface BMS parking and
'IAgainst drive. Alternates are parkingon
a 'the north side of Starke

MOBILE HOME Elementary, parking south
SERVICE side of BITS re-surfacing the
track at the high school and
for him known
Carriages n
Hwy 1OO West Sfarkc parking at the administration
9645606 building. hackney carriage, first appeared i
in London In 1606.



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spent several days with her
LAWTEY SCHOOL NEWS parents, Col. and Mrs. BROOKER By Jeanette Prescott

LAWTEY William Wilson. Their granddaughter BACK TO SCHOOL PARTY Phone 1851115IN I

The Halloween Carnival has Elizabeth Smith of BRIEFand
been set for Saturday. October Jacksonville spent the New River Baptist Church

22nd. The Smoked and-or By Elizabeth Terry weekend with them. gave a back to school party for her little daughter Cheri strawberry shortcake.WEDNESDAY Grady Hart was admitted to
,
Fried Fish supper will beginat Phone: 782-3300 Mrs. Rosa Lee Brown of the Kindergarten through 6th Sunday morning before returning ) Hamburger Union County Hospital on

5:00: p.m. A King & Queen Wednesday at 17-30pm.: YPE Mrs. Joyce Futch of Starke Starke visited Mrs. Pierce grade children on Friday and home. pie with cheese, Monday, Sept. 11 with a heart

Contest will not be held this Friday at 7:30: p.m.ES'ERGREEN and Blackshear, Ga. visited Crews last Monday afternoon. Sept. 9. Hamburgers Miss Aileen Green of mashed potatoes, peas and attack. As of this writing he is

year but classes will competefor BAPTIST: her cousin, Carl Moore, in Phil Eunice of Graham trimmings were served to Wildwood accompanied by carrots, hot biscuit, milk, improving, but is still in the
an awards banner by School Veterans Lake visited his parents, Mr. and about 25 attendees from 6 to her fiance half. hospital in Lake Butler.
Sunday 10 a.m.; Wor- Hospital, City, Joseph Boone, peach
collecting donations for the ship Services 11 a.m. and 7 on Monday and was an over- Mrs. Harold Eunice, Thurs 8:30: p.m. Everyone had lots of visited her mother, Mrs. THURSDAY: Fish and Please remember him in your
fun.
Carnival Each class member pm. Training Union 6 p.m.; night guest of his wife, Mrs. day afternoon.Mr. Mildred Green on Sunday. grits, cabbage slaw, raisin prayers.
Mill have an opportunity to Prayer Meeting Wednesday at Vera Moore of Live Oak She and Mrs. Fred Moore FAMILY They all attended morning cup, hush puppies, milk. Mrs. Eva Harrell had a
collect and contribute to the 7 p.m. visited her sIster Miss were guests of their son-in-law REUNIONThe church services together at FRIDAY t Roast beef and birthday on Sept. 18.

overall award banner and a FAITII BAPTIST: Radio Elizabeth Terry, on Tuesday and daughter, Mr. and Mrg. Tetstone Brooker Baptist Church. gravy on rice, carrots & .............................,
class prize of $25.00 will be Program on WPXE 8 a.m. afternoon and returned to her Seeb Andrews and family of George family celery stick, tomato ring, pear
!given: to the class collecting home Wednesday Wildwood their brotherinlaw reunion will be held this yearat halves with cheese hot roll
the Sunday. Bible School 10 a.m.; on morning. the home of Otis Tetstone.All CYSTIC FIBROSIS ServicemenTurlington
most money. Worship Services 11 a.m. and Mrs. Mae Wells, Miss and sister, Mr. and Mrs. friends and relatives FOUNDATION DRIVEA milk. .

Basic skills testing in 3rd 6:30: p.m.; Prayer Meeting Elizabeth Terry, and Miss C.Y. Mayo, and brother and invited to attend Sunday, Sept.are

and 5th grades will be Wednesday at 6:30: p.m. Arthurine Blanchard visited sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. 25, and bring a covered dish. door-to-door drive of the MISCELLANEOUSBRIDAL Takes PartIn
her sister Miss Enza Blan- J.B. Boyer. of Tampa over the SHOWER
scheduled on October 11 and GRACE UNITED "Breath of Life" campaign to "Heforger77"Ft.

12. This testing is part of the METHODIST: Sunday School chard, and Mrs. Thelma weekend BIRTHDAYS IN combat children's lung diseases
Statewide Assessment 9:45: a.m. ; Worship Services Wilson at Baker County Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Priest SEPTEMBERBruce will take place during Friends of Miss Charlene Carson, Colo. Army

Program and the Bradford 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Choir Nursing Home at Macclenny spent last week with their son- the month of September, according Melvin, bride-elect of Terry Captain Richard C.


County Pupil Progression Practice at 7 p.m.; MYF 7:30: on Friday afternoon.Mr. in-law and daughter Mr. and to Joanne Fussell, Thomas, and their parents, Turlington, son of Mr. and
Manning 11
Plan. Parents who are p.m. on Tuesday. and Mrs. James Andersof Mrs. John Morris and Debraof Donnie Underwood Sept.Sept. 9; Brooker Campaign Chairmanof Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Melvin of Mrs. Carson Turlington Rt. 1,

interested In knowing the Methodist Men's Club is Palatka were Sunday after- Rockville, Ind. Libby Brayant Sept. 24; the Cystic Fibrosis Founda- Brooker, and Mrs. Seletta Starke, is among the more

minimum: skills needed for having a Prayer Breakfast at noon guests of their mother, Mrs. Pauline Devore and Russell Thornton II Sept. 26; tion.Volunteers Thomas of Starke, are cor- than 12,000 U.S. troops who

beginning the 3rd 5th 8th or the church Sunday Sept. 25 at Mrs. O.J. Anders. While here daughter Teresa, and Linda age 5 Mr. George Tetstone -, will call on local dially invited to a miscellaneous new to Europe to participatein

llth t grade are invited to come 8:30: a.m. All of the men are all of them went to Long Adkins visited Busch Sept. ;27 Billy Hodge Sept. citizens to ask help for bridal shower, to Reforger 77.

by the school office to discuss invited. Branch Cemetery in the after- Gardens, on Monday, and Sea 27, age ;3; Charles Johns millions of children suffering be held Thursday Sept. 22, at

the standards with the HIGHLAND BAPTIST: noon. World on Tuesday. They were Sept. 27 Viola Futch Sept. from cystic fibrosis and other 7:30: p.m. in the Brooker Troops were airlifted to

principal Sunday School 10 a m.; Wor- Mrs. Tom Whaley and Tuesday overnight guests of 30. ; lung damaging diseases. Baptist Church Educational Germany, the Netherlands,

SCHOOL :MENU; ; ship Services 11 a.m. and 7 daughters of Tampa spent the her sister, Mrs. Gladys Please give generously to Building. Hostesses of the Belgium and Luxembourg for

SEPT 19.23MONI111'Barbecue p.m. ; Prayer Meeting weekend with her daughters, Pringle and her soninlawand PERSONALS the "Breath of Life" cam- occasion are: Jeane Douglas, the 10th annual Reforger field

: : : : Beefon Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. Misses Lynn and Kelli daughter, Mr. and Mrs. paign, when a volunteer calls. Carolyn Dyal, Lucy Edwards, training exercise. After arrival -
Bun french fries butteredcorn LAI HA BAPTIST: Sunday Whaley, of Starke. All of them Burchfield! Miller and Mrs. Louise Johns of Starke Inez Green, Johnnie Green they moved to sites in

banana pudding milk. School 10 a.m. ; Worship Services and Danny Luke, Mrs. Virgil daughter M a i1 l ;; children few days with her P.T.A. MEETING Dolly Harrell, Mildred Germany to draw pre-posi-

TIEsrm : Boiled beans 11 a m. and 7:30: p.m.; Griffis and children, and Mrs. Wednesday they "...... ..c......: Mr. and Mrs. Dick Harrell, Ilean Lovelace, tioned equipment for

with ham seasoning rice Prayer Meeting Wednesday at Maines Griffis and children, bv way of Daytona Beach. Tetstone, and Dickie last A. P.T.A. Meeting will be Kathy Kelley, Freida Mott, maneuver use.

turnip applesauce 7:30: p.m and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mrs. Barry Watts and week, Sept. 11, 12 and 13. held at Brooker Elementary Lea Temple, and Ellouise Another aspect of Reforger

cornbread.greens butter milk :NORTIISIDK BAPTIST: Smith and family, were sister, Mrs. Jean Biles of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas School in the Auditorium at Tolleson. tested sealift mobility forces.

UK.I>;NKSI; : .\\. : Fried Sunday School 10 am.; Wor- Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Hialeah, visited their brother, Sutton and daughters Lisa 7:30: p.m. the last Tuesday of Mr and Mrs. C.J. Stalnakerand

chicken, mashed potatoeswith ship Services Ham. and 7 Nellie Wilkinson and Mrs. Vaughan Henson, in Veterans and Angie of Merritt Island, the month, Sept. 27. Please their son Tony went to be Capt. Turlington is

beans p.m. ; Prayer Meeting Daisy Boch. Hospital,at Orange. N.J. Sept Fla., spent the weekend, with make plans to attend. with their mother, Mrs. Annie regularly assigned as an

peaches gravy rolls green butter milk Wednesday at 7pm. Mrs. D.L. Shaw of 10th through Sept 16th. their parents Mr. and Mrs. Gernigan, on Friday, Sept. 9. assistant operations and

TIIL'KMSpaghetti! : ST. JOHN'S: MISSIONARY LaCrosse, Mrs. Donie Pringleof Mr. and Mrs. Barry Watts George Raborn. to help Mrs. SCHOOL LUNCH M ENU Mrs. Gernigan underwent training officer with the 20th

with meat cheese. cole slaw BAPTIST: Sunday School 10 Worthington Springs, and and Barry Lee, visited their Raborn celebrate her birth- SEPT.26.30.MONDAY surgery on Sunday,Sept. 11, in Field Artillery at Ft. Carson,

chocolate and peanut a m.. Worship Services 11 Mrs. Jack Harris of State mother. Mrs. Bessie Watts at day on Sat., Sept. 10.They also Bruton, Ala. Colo.

butter french bread a m. and 3 p.m. on second and Farm visited Mrs. Pierce Geriatric Nursing Home at St. visited their children Mr. and : Hot dog, Mr. Stalnaker and Tony returned He entered the Army In May

milk. squares fourth Sundays. Prayer Bandon Crews on Thursday afternoon.Mr. Augustine, on Sunday. Mrs. Terry Mead, and little baked beans cabbage slaw, home, but Cora Lee remained 1969. Turlington received a

I"ItID.11'I : Chicken Monday at noon. and Mrs. Casey Dobbs Barry Lee Watts will visit daughter Cherri. They at- bun, milk, chocolate pudding. with her mother since B.S. degree in 1977 from

casserole buttered peas and S\n: 'KN: :,\ :MISSIONARY and daughter, Terri, of his uncle and aunt, Mr. and tended Brooker Baptist TUESDAY: Hamburger her condition is still critical. Cameron University, Lawton

(carrots fruit t jello. biscuits BAPTIST: Sunday School 10 Jacksonville spent Sunday Mrs. G. C, Stanley of Crescent Church services with their gravy on rice, carrot stick, Please remember her in your Okla. His wife, Deborah, livesIn

peanut butter. milk.nll'Unl.'TIlTIES. a.m.; Worship Services 11 afternoon with their parents, City Tuesday to Thursday. daughter, Mrs. Carman Mead green beans, hot rolls, milk, prayers. Colorado Springs.

a m and 7 p.m.; BTS 5:45: Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs.

p.m. ; Prayer Meeting Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Mosely

Wednesday at 7 and daughter Tammy of On sale Thursday IWIL ..- 1
ClltHCII OF) (JOI) : p.m.PERSONALS ,,_ .... :

Sunday Worship Services School 11 10 a.m.a.m.and; : : evening Maxville dinner, were guests of Friday their Friday and SaturdaylCheckout E LE ,:; amN' !

parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold t
7pm.; Prayer :MeetingLEGALS :Mrs. Cora (Hodges and Mrs. Eunice. E Aitrl.'r'r,

:Marian Hall of Macclenny Mr. and Mrs. C.O. Langstonof =:( .

visited their sister, Mrs O.J. Webster were Sunday after u w'eases. : I

Anders Saturday afternoon noon guests of Mr. and Mrs. wbyrikeD "t

Hubbard Harley. [
Mrs. Edna Cason and
PUBLIC HEARING nephew Nolan Dobbs of ,

NOTICE Macclenny were Wednesday

FEDERAL REVENUE FUNDS LEGALS dinner guests of her brother ICes

The City Commission of/ Cityof and sister-in-law, Mr. and .
Starke will hold a Public Mrs. Arlie Dobbs.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
Hearing on proposed use and in THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Mrs. Nellie Parrish of
relation to other budgeted Maxville visited her sister-in- these
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR savings-up to 26%!
funds Tue. Oct. 4, 1977 at City BRADFORD COUNTY. law, Mrs. Hester Hicks on
Hall, Starke, Fla. PROBATE DIVISIONFILE Monday for lunch. Other -

MERRILL EDWARDSCity NUMBER 1 1-2690 guests were Mrs. Hicks' son- EAGLE HAS MEN'S
I
Clerk in-law and daughter, Mr. and DENIM
DIVISION 77 379 CP 3 FLARE LEG
City of Starke. Mrs. William Wolfe and
sons, '
IN RE. The Estate of JEANS FOR
LESSI5Q4L
1 Hchg 91 22 Bill and Danny of Cape Coral .
BEATRICE CROSBY FUTCH
Deceased. who were Monday overnight LADY ANNE .
guests on their way home
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONTO j-
REGISTER ALL PERSONS HAVING after spending some time with I I II 1
their relatives in Wilmington, I I f V
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
FICTITIOUS NAME Del. While there they also LOW DISCOUNT' PRICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN AGAINST THE ABOVE ESTATE c't\ M1

that the undersigned, in compliance AND ALL OTHER PERSONS visited their brotherinlawand c,.....o 1rs wiutloital buy for only
sister, Mr. and Mrs. Glen P 8AYt13 f t $S.Ml 10 01. eollon Indigo
INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE % ,
with the provisions of : dyed Mil denim
Shuford and family. .rOJ L loan
Florida Statutes, 1975 Chapter YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat AUTOMATIC HOPSACK CASUAL Iwilh bar tacking it potnl.of .
865.09, will with the the administration of the Robert Melton and his T1I ANSMIS9 .Ir.ln, plus 4 handy
register 00 .
friend Mike Cooper of pock.t. Slio. 19-3*
Clerk of the Circuit Court in and estate of BEATRICE CROSBY FLUID 3.44 1s1G
Columbus, Ohio spent the MX ilni.ier' O
for Bradford FUTCH deceased File Number
County Florida weekend with Robert's SAVE 1a"AUTOMOTIVE SAVE IOSMULTIPOSITION SAVE 21% Waahabto, Mghtwalghl up. 5
the fictitious, 1-2690. is pending in the Circuit '
name to-Wit: """ aoWa.
Rev and Mrs. para erapa Sb..7.12.r
Court for Bradford County parents. NEEDS CHAISE 12 OZ. MIXED NUTS

CAMP KEYSTONEunder Florida, Probate Division the Leonard Melton and family WERE! C 1.t.I
which fictitious name we address of which is Bradford Mrs. Darlene Norman Mrs.and sea 48 ua 9.83P.dd.d =.77 r 1
sons. and Mr. and .
shall engage in business in the County Court House Starke Frederick Prescott were Cnooa. H.D. :M motor oil ortrofMmla.lofl M.dr.d, stool koc Vacuum pocked -, I 7 fJ'"
State of Florida and shall have Florida. The personal represent- fluid. Quart con. PVC tubln9. store. folded laity solid flavor..12.. 1 '4 rN N.
Sunday dinner guests of Mr.
our principle place of business atives of the estate are MACK S.
and Mrs. Leonard Norman
located Lake FUTCH and PASCO MOTT '
on Bedford, eight wll
and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Nor
(18)) miles southeast of Starke whose addresses are P.O. Box
and sons. Other
man guests
Florida; and it is owned\ solely by 1088. Starke Florida 32091 and tJ
were Mr. and Mrs. Edwin
The 3426 N W. 34 Street Gainesville 'sipis TUTU
Salvation -
Army a corpor .
Knight and daughter of Hot I. Y. A, Otblts
Florida The .
ation organized and existing, respectively
Springs, N.C. who visited
under the laws of the State of name and address of the per-
them during the afternoon. SAVE 1.00SUEDE
Georgia, but sonal representatives' HOUS IM .
authorized and per. attorneyare Mrs. Edna Pounders and i .
muted to do business in the set forth below. WALKABOUTS .
daughter, Mrs. Marie .
State of Florida as per Certificate All persons having claims or '- .
Baringer of Robertsdale, Ala., "
of the Secretary of the State of demands against the estate are :: 8.97
were visiting her niece, Mrs SAVE 15% SA VE 1. D'h"XIIO' VALVE PLUS

Florida dated September 10 required WITHIN THREE Elsie Norman and other P.V.A. HOUSE PAINT VINYL HOSE 19 LB3.DRY CHLORINE "... u--. bouncy ; 1 1t' ;
1928 (said Certificate being MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF relatives Wednesday to _In ten......n'I.: i

authorized by a legislative actionof THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF Saturday. -was 2.94 ::2.88 ::' .13.88 \;)\ 0 !
THIS file 'I
1927 which authorizes non NOTICE to with the !Mr. i I

profit corporations to do clerk of the above Court a and David and Mrs Joseon l c...s.. contplataly, drift In He..., duty 100* vinyl with MH formula controte ..... AVV .e/Y I IMEN'S
business under the laws of written statement of any claim were\ : ouuuL, M..._...gallon, ,whlia. Sold braaa caupllnga.atronglVALUCPLUS1 a.bactaria .11 caw pill INYicn VALUE PLUSll t SAVE 10%
dinner of their
guests parents,
Florida demand have. Each DENIM CASUAL JACKET
) or they may PRINT SHIRTS J
Rev and Mrs. Colen Halle, of SAVE 23%
The Salvation Army is the sole claim must be in writing and Starke. u DISC was

owner of this Camp. must indicate the bass for the Mrs. J.E, Mclver of Ocala EAGLE PRICK! 7 88 4.44
THE SALVATION ARMY claim the name and address of DISPOSABLE
was a Sunday afternoon Ha.vyw.lghl cotton donlm, B...... deign, Unit color I
By s Ernest W Holz the creditor or his agent or guests of her sister, Mrs. LIGHTER ilppar cloalng! In 8, M,I L,XL. With long ........,e.M, L,XL 1i
Commander attorney and the amount 68
Wilma Wainwright. ,
claimed. If the claim 'SA VE 10%
is not yet ;t I
Mr. and Mrs. Lockhart of I
Allyood McPherson Stewart 6 due the date when it will Jacksonville visited Mr. and WAStW ll SAVE 1.02 FAMOUSMAKER s'11r' I,

Bray Attorney's at Law become due shall be stated. If Mrs. Donald Wilkison on .. MEN'S WORK SHOES !
123 West Nebraska Avenue the claim is contingent or unli- MEN'S J p.I
Saturday morning. They wentto SAVE 100 I
New Port Richey Florida 33552 quidated the nature of the Sarasota to be with her son VALUE PLUS -13.94 COTTON DENIM .I i fir .
9 22 shall I be stated. If the SEIKO AM/FM ,
4tchg 10 13 uncertainty
who is to have surgery on S-PfECEBATH SET VINYL LUGGAGE SET SHORTS IIII
claim PORTABLE Oanulna Ooodyaar wait. S"
is secured, the security
Monday 8''lua or craam apango vinyl .
shall be described The claimant RADIO rugged uppara SU..7-13. 4.44 ,
1.94Shawar car 1 or .fl.Ten111 SI
Mrs. Russell Lines and :
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT !shall deliver sufficient copies of 7.88 M" 34.M: ..., WAI.SAVI ....- b i iy5
EIGHTH Jacqueline of Sumter, S.C.
JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF the claim to the Clerk to enable curtain, 1I.8T* window 22" 14M; 2*" 27.M; x
FLORIDA IN AND FOR WAS_ ....-.,two Ma_k.. 24"- "/.18. Sal M40. J n
the Clerk mail
to one copy to d,

BRADFORD CIVIL COUNTY.ACTION each personal representative.All LEGALS \\YALUe PLUST Il''

persons interested in the SELF.PRIMING. T
CASENO.77.366
estate to whom a copy of this t <
RONALD J. INVITATION TO BID P
GIRT Husband Notice of Administration has ii. DRILL c
Plaintiff. The Board of Commissioner VALUe PLU.
County POWERED PW8ly 1
been mailed are required i e
VALUE
vs WITHIN THREE MONTHS of Bradford County PUMP N COTTONTENNIS 1I
KATHERINE A. BIRT. Wife FROM THE DATE OF THE Florida, will receive sealed bids 2.88 KNIT POLO SHIRTS I
M
Defendant FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS until 10:00: a.m., Friday, Sep- HATS, S. M, L.
tember 30 1977 for One HOICEIv DI.C.I'IIIICI! .K 2.44
file : ) r
NOTICE to any objections 1.77 i
NOTICE OF SUIT validating machine to be used by VALUE PLUS
they may have that challenges l laiy-cwa knit. In .lylaa A
PRICE
NO PROPERTYTO the validity of the decendent's the tax collector. VALVE PLUS,I SAVE 25HOUSEHOLD DECK SNEAKERS DISC. color lor aN. I.M,t,XL.
KATHERINE A. BIRT Specifications be pickedup
: : may
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat will, the qualifications of the in the clerks office, in the PADLOCK OR ALARM SOCKET WRENCH SET PLASTICS .2.94 VALUE PLUSI
personal representative or the =
an action for Dissolution of Bradford County Courthouse. 17-P1ECE
venue or jurisdiction of the I 2.47 1.46U WOMIN'
Mirnage has been filed against Court. 9/22 2tchg 9/29 Sturdy VMM canvaa uppara.Man'a PASTEL
you Katherine A Birt, 4125 ALL CLAIMS DEMANDS lagto 1bra.., pollock or 1.99 1. iiM/pt. '7-1J._'.-,0. PULLOVIII TOPS

Weathers St. Salem. Oregon, AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO NOTICE chain burg u alarm for tear. IMSC.PMCI 5-S.n Ruped pl..ils. 1.96DISC.

97308 and you are required to FILED WILL BE FOREVER PUBLIC HEARINGA 4PLUS? _An .PIHCt
serve a copy of your written BARRED. 1 NAM OVER
Public Hearing will be heldat TAMPAXTAMPONS .
defenses, if any to it, on the Date of the first publication of 34149" HAM
the City Hall Starke Fla. '
RAG SPRAY WITH
plaintiff's attorney, whose name this Notice of Administration:: Mon. Oct. 3, 1977 at 5:00: p.m. MULTICOLOR MUG, REGULAR BABY ON.-
and address is : ON SUPER
September 22. 1977. for the following purpose: 70Z. 1
George H. Pierce REZONING. 1.77 '\ 4XT* a

P.O. Drawer 1030 MACK S. FUTCHAs tLhN1.11.47 1.79
The Following Locations.All : DISC.P ICC
Starke Florida, 32091 Personal Representattive of parties will be heard at this WAIJ.Ir was AarJLSVI.1U1 /'
and file the original with the the Estate of BEATRICE "
time. i1
clerk of the above styled courton CROSBY FUTCH ,: 1t1"i)' YAwE.PLQS1wow's' I

or before October 31, 1977: PASCO MOTTAs SAVE .....x SAVES% .
otherwise a judgement be BEN ROWLANDLot 4... .,. LOMh> MEM'S MEN'S POCKETT-SHIRTS Pataeo.AIAssSII. I
may of TUBE SOCKS
Personal Representative 1 and S.56'ofLot2 of Block I-PLY NASAL."""
entered against you for the relief the Estate of BEATRICE 1 in R.N. Dowling Add Ex. R/W. TOILET ij- Vt OZ. (t.An1. was 2I3.OO I
demanded In the 1.94
complaint or CROSBY FUTCH Located 606 W. Madison St. TISSUE 1.53 5.74 t II
petition. Rezone From R-1 To Commercial WAS- & II I
WITNESS my hand and the ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL 670 wAa-W'r While ./...... lap, t pA.A11.Nb4M Pu. am 100% aanan, aaat. DISC.Hoc. I'
seal of said Court on August 26, REPRESENTATIVE: w", .- tarry Xe.d,10.12. oaten,paekaL hi M,L,M. I

1977. MACK S. FUTCH
At! Crosby

of GILBERT said Court S. BROWN As dork P.O. Box( 1066 Chairman Starke Zoning Board EAGLE, THE CONVf NIE NT 312 W. Madisoi St. USE EAGLES CONVENIENT LAY-A-WAY PLAN !
STARKE FLORIDA 32081 FAMILY
Merrill Edwards: DISCOUN r S rOfU: SO..nd..ly9'ltI9
By Deputy: Beulah perk M. Moody, As 904/964-5200 City dork S..ru"'Y ,' > 961-]513 Free Set Of Classes For 48" Lay-A-Way Pirchne

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by Elizabeth G. Walker All members are asked to'!j!! ( -.";" J:.. aU.a.: ':!!W!!' !:SJ'.1""' ;;: ill'';! :' $..l.1IN41 'Trt$sxsK*1 ,";;;;::1I ;; .: ,.

Phone 964-66H3; attend the Fellowship ol

Churches 3 p..m. at Mt CLASSIFIED AD I PERSONAL SERVICE FOR RENT AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE NEW LOCATION/ )

DELL Pisgah. The Choir anniversary ,
CHAPTER n
Deadline for insertion #%, 205 N. TEMPLE
will be held
1690.E.S. Friday night Tuesday noon preceding DRESSMAKING, PRIME BUSINESS SPACE 1952 INTERNATIONALVAN REDUCE SAFE and fast L/ l h STARKE.FLORIDAReal

Dell Chapter 168 O.ES: will before the second Sunday in Thursday before publi alterations. hemming, located on Lawrence Blvd.: sod 1965 Apache with VoBes. Tablet and E. estate Id always a good Investment. Rising
meet Thursday night. Sept, 22 repair Rsssonsbls and Flamingo In I.. 964-
October. cation. price Keystone Camper. as Phone Vap "water pills" from
and Inflation devalue the dollar but real
prices
in the Masonic Hall on Mt. Pisgah A.M.E. Church Phone 9648681. 9/22 2tpd Ht*. Inquire at Standard. 8464 after 5 p.m. Itpd 9/22 Andrew Pharmacy 356 W.Msdlson may
: estate Is valuable. There's risk Involved-
Brownlee Street 8 p.m. All 9/29 Station or phono 473-4907. Stsrk. 9/1 4tpd always no
The Minimum charge 12.00
Fellowship of Churcheswill TF/chir purchase land at today's fair market value and It will
members
to 9/22
are asked
attend. Words _____
be held Sunday I All (Covers 15 )
p.m. be worth more next
: The workshop will be ALCOHOLICS --- ---- --- year.
held members and friends Each word over IS KINGSLEY LAKE. Winter
Saturday Sept. 23 In Ocala. are 10 cents ANONYMOUS: Phone 964- rates, Sept. Juns. Central FOR SALE MOBILE HOME LOT with The rate of return on your money Is Important and
invited to attend.
('ONCFREl)CITIZENS 6894 or 964-7619. TF/chg Heat A/C Mobile Homes. w.II.Dd' septic tank Small real estate will ordinarily give you more return per
Church of God in Christ: down Phone dollar than other Investment.
OK BRADFOItI) cottage. Call 533-2360. 8/25 payment. 468. practically any Just
The Concerned COUNTY Sunday School 9:30: p.m. All classified ads BRADFORD SEPTIC; tfchf GARAGE SALE Clothingfor 1551. 6/9 TF/Cbg price some property today and think of what you could

Citizens of Morning Worship 11:30 a.m. must be paid for In advance TANK' SERVICE m.a. ..women children -.,.... ---- ---- have purchased the same parcel for 10 or 20 years ago.

Bradford County will meet Y.P.W.W. 6 p.rn, Evening unless you havean residential. pump-outi 40. COTTAGE ON LAKE (twork. dress, evening w..rll!) PATIO COVERS 10x20 for Now Is the time to Invest dollars. We have an
Tuesday Sept 27, 7 All JOHNSON air conditioned. appliances; kitchen It emu 4 your
p.m. established .
7:30 account Flit service guaranteed.Phone homes and mobO homes.
Worship : Tuesday
p.m. assortment of real estate large and small to suit
any-
members of Swimming and mag wheels bedspreads,
Concerned fishing.
Citizens are invited to be Bible Band. 7:30: p.m. with The Telegraph. In !!. ._9648121.. 4tpd_ 1125/week.. Phone 4732108. etc. E.L. (Nook) Norman 199 Installed.. GATOR(159unlaetalled. body's taste, and pocketbook.

Mt. Zion A.M.E. Church: that event tl extra AlUM INUM SIDING 7/28 tf/chg corner of Baylete. Hwy and

present. The meeting will be Sunday School 10 am. Mor. charge for billing. Not Awnings, gutters windows, --- - Brownie Rd. Itchg. 9/22 ALUMINUM Phone 372- NEEDED Modest size homes In 15 to 25 thousand
held at Greater 9767. 4620 N.W. 13th St.
Allen Chapel ning Worship 11 am. Evening responsible for errors etc Joseph D. Garrison, MOBILE HOMrln country, Galneavllle. 8/11 tt/chg price range in good repair. We have several buyers for

A.M.E. Church on the cornerof Worship 4 p.m. when given over the Phone 9644205. 8/11 tf/ehg furnished children welcome. POOL TABLEt 0 ft. slate, -- -- --- -- -- this type home. Call today for a quick sale.

Crosby and Pine Street. Free Canaan True Church phone or when copy Is ------ ------ Phone 964-6114 or 4734777.HOMES .......rl... 200. Inquire at
of God: Prayer Meeting rot typed and brought to RILLS SAW SHOP com .4/7 TFfrhg Vaughn-Johnson Co., 140 S. WATSON'S HOUSE OF 3 BR comfortable home located 718 Laura St.

CIIL'KCII ACTIVITIES plete sharpening. service, Thompson St., ask. for Sheilaor VACUUMS many brands
office.
Greater Bethlehem Tuesday night 7:30: p.m, rhe circular hand, carbide FOR SALE LaJuan. Itpd 9/22 __ of new vacnnm Used How do you buy a 125.000 home for 130.0001'1 Wait

Freewill Tarrying Service. Sunday chain( mower blade hollow machines available. Expert 'till next year.
Baptist Church PUPPIES FOR SALE 7.50
: School 10 a.m., Morning ground and balanced. Leaveat repair, all makes.. Parts andaccessorms
Monday night of each week is Worship 11 am. Evening Jackson Building. Supply BRICK/BLOCK HOME with each. Wormed. Alaskan. for all vacuums Yes. we do have listings on Kingsley Lake.
Huskies' .
and
clean up night. Tuesday night Worship 6pmGreater Siarke or Keystone Heights. 3BR I bath LR, DR den, ShepherdBreed. Built-in central vacuum
I Prayer Meeting Wednesday Allen Chapel FREEDOM TF/Chg_ large .kitchen CH/A 3 car Phone 964-8961 alter eystsma. 404 NW 10th OF PARTICULAR INVESTMENT INTEREST: I.

night Senior Choir rehearsa. \.l\1.E.. Church: Friday night IN OUR HANDS garage, double landscapedlots Spjn. Avenue, CalneevDIe. Phone Modern 8 unit apartment house or office complex. 2.

Thursday night: story hour at the Young Adult Choir will sell PIANO LESSONS- with driveway fenced 376-7410.. .: :. / ._ Tuck's Drive-In on 301 South. 3. Vacant property on 301
CLARINET
the church. Friday night Beginning students, now backyard. Close to excellent N. with unlimited potential. 4. Demorest home on Park
from the annex of the kitchen.
scheduling. For more Information elementary. school', hospital condition. Phone 964-5847 UTILITY BUILDINGS.AU:
Junior Choir rehearsal 7:30.: Saturday the ladies will sell call Nell. Mann and downtown. Price to sell. alter 7:30 p.m. Itpd 9/22 aluminum prwlrd r. Place adjacent to Starke Shopping Plaza.

The Prayer Band will meet dinners from the kitchen. 485-1175. 9/15 3tpd 9/29 Phone 964-5103 after 6
p.m. ceptable. light switches, Over 7000 sq. ft. CB building at 416 E. Brownlee known

Friday of night! 7:30: p. m at the Sunday School 10 a.m. Mor VACUUM CLEANER RE- for appt. TF/ We also have new lights tongue. and groove as the D and W bldg..Could be 4 separate stores or
home Mrs J.W Prince.
ning worship 11 a.m. Rev. ----- floor delivered and set up. one..Prlme commercial loca tion... !
priced right
PAIRS all makes. all freezers electric
-
Saturday night 7:30: the Tiny K.E, Lamb will hold his last BY OWNER: 9 room, 2 bathhouse Financing available. up to 48
will models. Stark Sewing Center stoves. and washers. montha 60 .1&... brick home Madison with
Tots meet for rehearsalSunday quarterly conference. All In good condition to pays, Nearly new on CII&A 3
is Trustee Day. members are invited to be 21 964-8312 5- East Call Street located 664 N. Water. St. 4 DAIIMERS DISCOUNT Suxukl. ol Stark. ,964-6020 Bedrooms 2 Baths plus large lot.
4tpd
Sunday School 9:30. phone 1/2 Iota on 3 paved street. PHONE 964-7923 If 964-6021. 5/12 TF Icbl
: Morning All auxilaries and -- -- --- ---- Peace and In
present. quiet Earlton. 4 DR. 2 baths. CII&A
with chain link fence. Couldbe
Worship I 11 I a m Dinner will be boards JR. REAMES HEATER
are asked to have HOT WATER HEATER100 -
fireplace. Pecans from 5 large trees the taxes.
WANTEDRID used for business and. GARAGE SALE Saturday pay
served 1 12:30. CLEANING AND
: Evening Wor. written Sunday 7:30 REPAIR: gal., electric. like new.
reports. Winter is home. Priced to eell. J.D. Sept. 20. 9 ..m. until. J.W. Economical: well and 3 septic tanks.
ship 6 comlal.lt. fane to 125. Phone 782-3200. 9/15
p.m.
there will be musical
First Horn Church pm. a E WANTED,- to East have your. beaters and S.ymour.527 N. Walnut St., Rltch 833 W. Madison St. 2tehg! 9/22 The creak of a barn door: 17',.* acres with 2 trailer
: Tuesday to the _
7:45 Services. program presented Gainesville, 39th Ave., furnaces. cleaned and Starke.. Itpd 9/22 Itpd 922STUMPKNOCKER: hook-ups plus well plus 28x70 concrete block barn witlt
night : Prayer
Silent Workers club. After the
Church School lor lit grade checked. Call Jr. Reames. ----
bathroom !
a 125.000. Hurry
Friday 7:45: Tarrying Services program the GrandfathersClock child to arrive. 8.8:30 a.m., today. 782-3326 or 9648962. NEW DOUBLEWIDES at BOAT: GUNS FOR SALE 22's,

Sunday is Pastoral day. will be given away. morning rid. only. Phone 8/25: 7tpd 10/6 wholesale prices right herein 14 ft., on new Magic-Tilt 25's. and 38' cold at l3ah.mar's Cecelia T. TerwillegarNEW

Sunday School 10:30: a.m. New Bethel Baptist Church: 782-3358 after & p.m. llpd Stark.. W* finance hereon trailer with 9.8 Mercury Discount. TF/Cb LOCATION)
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:MorningVorship 11:30: a.m. Will be host to the Mt. Siam 9/22 the lot. Come see our motor. Phone 964-6343 after LIMEROCK FOR SALE m 205 N.TEMPLESTARKE

Y.PC.W. 6pm. Evening Association that begun with a FOR RENTAPARTMENTS models today and save time 3.30: ,..... Ipd 9/22 Phone 782-3172\ alter 6 p.m. FLORIDA

Worship 743; : pm. local program Wednesdaynight. BABYSITTER WANTED: and money. STARKE 7/14 tl.h.F .
Pleasant (;rove fluted Older. woman to co.. for 4 : completely HOME CENTER. 1650 N. ,YARD SALE: 368 N.Cherry p.rr. PHONE 96 .7776
furnished.. TV "A A/C. Temple [301 Northl.) Phone R' -S i'E-:
:Methodist Church: Every: first month old. baby 5 days week.. St. Thursday until everything 11)iam"ond

and second Young Adult Choir ... ..I II..I..I. .I. S.I .. ... .. 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. In our home. Restaurant and. lounge 964-8741. nsk. for Brian and le gone. Hlde-a-way needles for any stereo, ever
Relerencei. required. Phone adjoining Underwood save even. more. Itchg. 9/22 bed and lots more. Everything .. 247 different ones, we lave
rehearsal. Every Tuesday 4311359. Itchg. 9/22 Motel U.S.301.4 mo. N.ofStark. must go. Itpd 9/22 them all. Dakmer's DI. FAULKNER
7:30: Young Junior rehearse. A surprise birthday party .. NEW HOMES Low maintenance count. TF/Chg
Wednesday night 7:30: was given Sunday evening in W ''EDfiHfi'1 ---- -- -
p.m. hrfck 3 BR.3 Bath BOAT, TRAILER and E
Prayer Meeting Thursday 7 honor of Mrs. Irene Goodwme Pulpwood and standing LARGE FURNISHED& fireplace. Keyetone area ,, trolling motor. ALSO chair CITIZENCOIIIPTOIIIETER
Lillian C.
Pearson
pm. Bible Mudv Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs timber. Phone 964-7619 any Mobile Home with 2 BR 2balh. above Keystone Oaks. No with ottoman. Phone 964- : IH A

School 10 a m. Will conclude Leo DeSue and daughters. time. 9/22 2tpd 9/29 .. (150/mo. Phone 485- closing costs. Priced rr.1II1 6329., Itchg 9/22 Multiplies. uses tape RealEstate

services for the day. !Mrs. Lydia Pittman and Mrs. 1595. ..9/22. 2tpd29. -- __ ,(3:>.000. Adams Builders.. .' excellent condition. 75. ftt AL loft L

:\lt. :Moriah United Irene Kelly of Gainesville WANTED Used re KINGSLEY LAKE HOME 4732056 or 473-4078 8/18.' LIVING. ROOM FUR. Phone 782-3660 after 5 p.m. 126 S.W Iter St.

:Mclliodisl Church: Tuesday enjoyed this with Mrs Good trlgerators. washers, and 3 BR. furnished' available ttchg NITURE: Sofa, loveaeat tf/pd Starke. Florida T 3 BR. 2 Bath CB Hornet CH
-- -- ---- & A, closed nice
condition. Gainesville --- -- ---- garage
night Prayer !Meeting 7:30 wine along with a host of relatives stoves In good thru May. Phone chair ,coffee table, 2 end 9645065 .
BAHIA HAY ,
: Argentina lot. quiet neighborhood
Phone Dahmer'a Diacount 13769666. 9/22 2tchg 9/29 HOUSE la choice location; 2" Y
tables
and friends. practically
pm. Sunday School 9:30: a.m. _. nsw highly fertilized. phone 964- assume 5 1/4
percent mig
9 .:- !!. __ --- --,-- or :3 BR, carport patio fre'place. ( -. Ressonsble. Phone 5332088.
-.
NICE APT with 3 workahop access to 922.'PEKINGESE. 6071. 7/21 tfchgFtoriland 25 acres of nice land with 135.000.
I e tLLL3[ (! Vut!(! rooms and barfi furnished.. .lake. CH/A. Phone 473.2217.' ltc.bg -- --- -- -- 835' frontage on paved

MISCELLANEOUSLADIES Hot water" and lights fur 9/8 3tchg 922.AUTOMOBILES. -n--Z; ; highway, good terms. 3 BR Irsme home: CH & A,
nlshed.--Phene 9648071. fenced corner lot, S15.000.
Citizen -- --- - - -
The North Central Florida develop Senior legislation II ...1..., Phone 9645621. Realty .
Need I with
Chrlitmasmoney Approximately
Coalition of Senior Citizens next year. Very little Itchg 9/22 acre 2 BR frame,ret cV stove on
: Creative Circle USED 393 N.T.mpl. Av*. 12x65 MH f..r.l.h.d.Dlcely ,
anticipated a large turnout of legislative-wise was accomplished needs. you to show craft EFF1ClEClES and one BR' .-----r-. .....--... Stark. Fla landscaped large Fla. Power 15000.

delegates from the 16 countiesof for the Senior Items.. Me train. Send apartments) furnished.. NEED Tltl' CLEAN'YOUR .Off.964.7700 torage building 2 covered

Region :3 at our !Mass Citizens of our state during the postcard with name, address Weekly. or monthly. Films ,VOLKSWAGEN;1973, An. TYVKWRITFR" ? Come by Barber and Beauty ahope, patloe $12,00000 Terms. Very neat furnished

:Meeting. Sept. 20 at the Civil past session of the and phone to Creative Apirtments,2313 N.Temple ..'A/C AM/KM, excellent The OUIc ., -- mobile hem with large
/ ; $hop and pick up, all equipment, with living
Defense, Building in Starke, Legislature. Circle,' Rt;; 3, Born'Me.1UM.th ;: :Ave.15 jltchg..10/6.........- shape.. $1,89 V Phone' S33--,'-)..nnms.liquid.nr sheet cleaner, .... 1UU'lare. '3 BR, I bath frame houseIn addition. Must see to

%A i lite: Sen Kenneth"/
:\ keynote speaker. population in Florida is 60 2tchg 9/22 -" V;. 'bo..... N* pets.121SIm. .' -:0fy Very nice DW mobile - 8.7 290' 100S 962'
acres on
..- Phone 8647521. 3 BR 2 Bath double wide
wonder 1948 DESOTO COUPE lot
years.plus. and we home on beautiful near
other Dr *
speakers were why we cannot have the use of MOTORCYCLES 9115 2cchg 922TINY '... Excellent body for restoring.:, W i'f ': lfin" Kingsley Lake. furnished MH on I './ deep: 13,500

William D.) :May. Aging buses the off ,:'--r .T..' i Everything origins! .nceptengine. .......... ........... acre Immaculate ,
I with the school (during 3635 acres: 1340' on US
Program Supervisor I 'FURNISHEDIIOUSEne : Iiae292 Ford V-8 beautifully. landscaped
: 2 B Brick home,
3 BR. ,
1V7J H():MA 350 BOW 2"1';
hours) for transportation : thru 6" 301-Terms (56.500
Aging/ : & Adult Service Health 2 pet. 165/mo..' that runs and has 289 engine with CHIA outside city large screen porch double
Rehabilitative Services DrMay contribute to the huge amountof miles helmets, sissy bar. Phone 964T521. 9/1S 2tchg! that goes with It. plenty ol limits. utility many other extras.
Phone "
1475.
964-8797 ask Fast LAWTEY
: was instrumental! in organizing school taxes. and all of our lor Alan Smith. Itchg 9/22 9122"p parts. (250 or best off... Rotary 80 Acre farm homo and 125,000
children have families of their Phone 964-SB93. !9/22 --
the five-day Kesidentl.ll --. Itpd Drilling l Equipment barn Equip. optional. We have all orpro..rty 4 BR. 2 Bath DW !Mobile
own. and their children have types
Institute at the University -
I, E.cUll\: !ARK II Home CH&A. on 1.7
for aale.
if Florida. Talla children going to school\ PINTO RUNABOUT) 1971;, 3 BR Brick and CB .
( SUZUKI OF STARKE Office .Space lor lease STAT LICENSED acres hook up for 2nd MH
--
hassee. last April. at which School Board members : your authorised Susnkl. South 301 |Wet Side) N. standard transmission. t650.' .. ... ... ..... House on I Acre 15000.

Joe/ Kerrigan participated please give this matter dealer. Phone 964-6020.1640 of S....Community. Bank Phone 9648608. Itchg 9/22' 1 with Paul Faulkner..
House
This meeting Is part of the results ca reful consideration. South Walnut |1301 south In '. Call on acre, Realtor 20 Acree just; oft SR 225W
will be St..1. I fnrnlshlngs. - fish pond 2 Mobile Home
of that fiVl.day seminar. Our next meeting \ TF/Chg James W.Tom pkms -

Joseph' I). Daw less, director heldat I p.m.. Sept. 27 in the 9047527011 REGISTER New & UsedSat'esPartsService '3 BR D.W.-trailer" on I Irene Associates 1.. Faulkner heok-upe, hog barn
akeClty.Ma tf/chg $33,350.
of the Office) Licensure and. Pratt Street Recreation Acre 964-5143SuesnM.Bikken
\\ AMLUReliable :
Certification conditions Center. Starke. LPGAS 3 BR S.ucca. House. .
spoke on US 301
Acres 133.500
29
Person For 2 ********* ** ****f and :
CHA. Appliances.Bisainees
in hospitals and nursing Janitorial Service on !New' E-Z TermsPlumbincp 9646mObile

homes in Florida Joe Kerrigan Office Bld,. In Starke.. : MR- : 308 S. Thompson St. 51.8 Ac... IS: 301 -

Hop Frank Williams addressed Call : BUSINESSMAN : : 5..a 5 5 5.. ... ..e 5 5.. 5I 301.. property on Monte Urge brick home, CH& A, 3

1 "How Ideas Become Jsmes W.Tompkins ; 964-5888 BR. 2 Bathe, 2 fireplaces,
us! on) I Acre, with or ...lthouttr.lI.r. ervice Poles
Legislation" using Stature Christian Womandeilres 9047527011lakrCllv C Now Is the time to .. fenced planted .pasture. ,
Us. 1195,400.
slides and literature, a poiition as n part : order calendars and CASH A CARRY DOCK, New Installation Call.964-7700 1OO AMP

Wl' are sorry to report that time or lull.time companion : other giveaway : .rn1e P. OdomIteg. ASSOCIATES
Max Fnedson 79. president of to elderly or .Mini Home Delivery Of!! Real Estate 1202OO lola Zipperer. 964.7134 or
the Congress of Senior invalid person (not Uve.ln|. FOR SALE : premiums. Remodeling BrokerEveninge AMI* 782-3397.\

.
('lti7el\,>I. I Inc.. would not attend - 4) S> Cylinder & Bulk Gas. 9645476 Lillian Pe.raoa
Mao would ..n.Id.r Topper Will Fit Short C Almost any type : Repairs -- REALTOR
because he \\ ashospitalized. 10./'
providing transportation : Available For Your' .. ..... PearlAndrewoAssoc.. .
So far his driving "persons to doctor Wheelbase Ford (Late .......... .. 964.7739 Lawtey Florida
Selection : 782-380
progress is eood church library ihoppingeu. : Durrance .
Model) Janet M. StarlingRALPH
.
bad I Phone 964-6511 .
club
More news ,f 782.:3896
member Joe Stem. 90 of Key Call Steve Thomas : 21TP.9/' 5.9/22 : LONGClIMIP PUMPS SUPPLY

stone Heights stumbled and References svsilable.Phonei ......a*** *** **** Home and Building I I

fell in his yard on Wed. Sept. Carolyn Bell. 9645IM7 964-7385 Materials
r- aa COMPANY .
14 The Keystone Rescue Unit Itpd 9/22 Mon Frl After 6 P.M SPITAL-' -WE BUILDI m

carried him to Alachua : "YonrPlansOrOurs 864 N. Temple Ave

Cicncral; Hospital where he is I
being raved and given other t Gift Shop Your Lot Or Ours" Starke R&ALTOR, BRYAN
EX-SERVICEMEN Havt a military SOS IS 1,440 square loot of
: I t
tests' We visited Joe and are FREE E.'STiMA 964-7061
position for in the Army National t "922 E. Call St. Real Estate living space em SR -100:
glad to report that no bones you Remodeling Repairs I'IU5CI. ... ..... fenced l.2acr.s,48R.Z
Guard. You already have training, experience I t ,.. ,..-:-
were broken But he is suf. TAGCLEARANCE Bath Central Heat and
t RED Additions 2117 N. Temple .
rank, and time invested. Use It for tee HorS Temple Ave.ITASSI.
fering considerable We 2 Air unite. Owner
pain .
FLORIDA"
extra cash, oilier benefits and opportunityfor t Homes Bought 964.8788 anxioua to sell. Price
trust that :Max) and Joe get :
t SALE '
advancement. Earn %tO.9t tu 5106.76 for
Sold TradedACREAGE reduced to 117,500.
well and will be with us again NORTH CAROLINA OFFICE OPEN ALL DAY
one weekend each month. You may be
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soon. overlooking a very "Good deal" for your. t Prices Reduced bedroom. ruStic* cabin, on l' 1 SATURDAY OPEN SUN 1K. ':d..rd..111
A tip of the hat to our club self. FOR acre* of "'.....d mountain. ,land BY APPOINTMENTNEW Lsrge 4BR. tram house. eX AssocistesInc.

members who worked so t ORASTICALLYBRASINGTON SALE .Terrific. view, of mountains, Large LR. family room. oa ten Realtors

diligently to make our regional I rock fireplace tapoied .beam' LISTINGS acres, just off SR 16. .l 471-41D.1:
L 3/chg. 964-53 ceilinf., large rtdwood decK
meeting: a big success. - -
CALLI a a a a a a .pniI'qWats.. nuoo. "OOO down,
This meeting was a starting Highway 301 South t.urne loan 3 acres WilsoaRd. East of 301 North. 3 BR. LR,

point for mane more that will SSG JOHN WAYNE HERSEY Starke I Acre en large ruining mountain Siarke.. Owner financing.Spaclona trsme house. on ten .e....
3ISt MAINf CO. (1964.5320) trout "..."' Waterfall ,nearby tractor and equipment.

Y--f RiMi-' 720 EDWARDS RD. STARKE. Cadillac Oldmnobile Good ....... t].too. oood T..", 4 BR 2 1/2 bath - -
Sale. & Service eedroom cabin on 1 acre Good Several. commercial ..
9/22 2uhg 9/29 ,family ream, cnatrjrkitchen
....... Ownerneeds
garden spot Good
1974 Oldsmobili, Regency t Fine Selection OJ Used SILVER RIDGE. to sell.. *1J.500. Terms on beautiful acre 301.
Cart Taken On ..Thete are a few" of I.000 fisting. lot In clt,. Feaced) back - -
I Clean!! And In Excellent t SUtNVISIONOVERIOOKINO We have all ovens of .property yard. 15 pecan tree and 12 acres end. 3 BR CB

Shape FOR SALE Cadillac Trade listed from 1400 per acre and up. grsoe arbor, horns, with family room 2
Phon 9fl4 7404Or - -- 2001 N.W. 13 378-5301 we have small.. or Urge tract. We baths, CH/A West ol

884.609MORMN'S t Hunting Cabin, Just In Tins Far Hun tin' GAINESVILLFVETERANS; SILVER LAKE also have several, cabins ........ 3 BR block house )J. one ofnicest Lawtey.Verjr .
I. aId. farms. ftc Write or call tontree .
sections ol
e a a a a town.Very --
brochure. You can callfree
Club House. and one aer located OB edge of reserve In Union I of ltsttne charge by dialing. .. I.tOfl u. Best and .us good nice double wide,

rL A'mU"" F't Couatr. Lake. Butler"Da't Miss This One" Call New In Bradford County ,.,.. write or call.. today C........ coadltlon. screened porch added CHi

- Land Ce. wurphy.. N.C. ...06. A. oa one acre lot wltr
t BEAUTY I Attractive. Trailer Park Lots ol Tr... 8 spaces with full Near Keystone 3 BR 2 bathe family. room plenty. of tree*.

tt facilities and room for t more, 2 traIlers partly furnished use your 01 Home kenellts ts Spacious H7lpdfiHMOBILE fireplace nice let, fenced - - -.
t I utility shed and lawn newer, eft SR 100 In Lake. BuUer. your ......t.. ... Heights. backyard. .in city. Two 20-acre tracts very.

SHOP Owner finance! Aamioui. t. ssll.Call for appt. t. see.. NO IMOMIV DOWN Building Lots For reasonable. Just eft SR 16
NOWATin. SILLS W. have late, ,
t Would - acreage paved road. House
'IntroduceToVou Cleaning
Lade Sal situated la 2 lots.Pecan NO SlWIn SILLS homes sad farms In Bradlord. .
House. for qalsl neighborhood on Homes Sensibly - -
t PAT I KINO I .OurNewcst,$ trsee and 10'. ol akrnbs, owner moving out .f town. 'lorlda....'t.."lowest.. we electrical' do, ell, ratsieer $1'. Clay and Union. 1 BR block house, BcdfordLqke. SpecialAny

Stylist Pat It Ottering The must ..II.) well 1 negotiate C.r...Call lot appt. t* S... arrangements here In eur own Restricted. Easy HOME cvntls.hi city, cenatryand .
t t and not tukdivitisnkullderi. watarfront.Evenings Single[ Story
ares we ere - -
Natural* Woman. Peon |The 13 acrt with term B.-L'... Butler & Vhrthlngtn" we 0.11. AC.POSOASLU Terms. PARK and Weekends. : 3 BR, I bath CI hem. House 129.95

Regular '20 Perm) At' The t tt Spring Iron tit.no. an HOMeS du" *. Yen....may*...* Investment Prices! lasld City Limit RALPH BRYAN-964- >208Rs with FR, very nlcs, Two Story House

t tow, Price 01 'I 5'. Trailer, Park off SR 111. 7 A.; :Has 11 hook'upe. 2 trailers select vi.,ir let .nw".,. In nieClay Walk Bradford Sq wire alter swimming; pool, in twn. None 39.M to '!9.9S
sr Bradford Ceunty area Or Downtown) Higher
alec Parksr. trailers both. -
.
Phone 984 7004 For An available Buy er ACCORDASLI.
MOMII OfFLORID '
ART PATRAY-473-2039 3 BR.I bath block .. Mobile Home 1'.15
t -- *. hi
Appt With PAT OftirGood Cal) for Appt. t. Be..Owner fla....... t 'modeli eeen e* >n 1* eM Plais (30 Per Month SalesmanJWAYNEDOUGLAS Stark. City Limits. Thin Is a prcMtire and

t Trim 10-1-77 t tt *. Msdils see* Catty. until AU shy Conveniences chemical cleaning
JANE USHER dsrs.er Fire Poise Pot.ctlee! guaranteed to remove

NORMN'SIEArjTYsnot' t tt ......stsrsns "when. c.", City G...W.ter.... 944-6393 GEORGE ROBERTS JR. mildew bug*. stains. ,
t Registered Real Estate Broker lisle keiceme Is under .11._. Sewn !Salesman! .. Real Eatats Broker ,
we site have a federsi ne down
t t 494-2120 496.2903 payment ...... Keviren* HigliH475JJ7J Jo-Lu Motel LIST WITH us Phone. "" -71. etc.Call. Collect MJ4-8M1
"
1200 N. Tempi Ave. 3441W. MAIN/ "TOU-lt St GLAD YOU after p.m.,

I L : Stark"' t LAKE BUTLER OlOf' Ms**** B4S.17M ,- 884-8810 WE HUSTLES _OPFNSatnodav 4.26.

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16 TELEGK.XI'II Sept 22. 1977

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More About Accidents
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Lee was charged with goingtoo Underhill were slightly Less than a half hour after Norman was charged with \ now have 623 students HISTORY IN FLAGS Also,
the accident. the Corbett-Gunter accidenttwo careless driving ,, the display Includes many
fast for conditions injured in In the enrolled at Southslde!
Bradford High football accident. .. patriotic books from our
lateron
About thirty minutes A reminder: Thursday
SK.IS driven by Jack Police reported Corbett hadstOpt' players escaped serious In 22 is Picture collection and pamphlets on
a car an accident September Dayat
l his because the that
\ < car when their car hit a
? injury his respect for the flag and the
Franklin Gunter of 404 happened early Southside. Individual
entire road under water Friday
was Sept.
Hrownlec Street Starke parked car on SR-16. 16, will be taken story of our national anthem.
and Gunter struck the Corbett a Starke man was pictures so
struck the rear of a car drivenby car in the rearUunter James Allen Norman and seriously injured when his dress "pretty" and wear your Mrs. Mullins kindergartenclass
AUlun\ Coihelt of Starke his Lawrence truck overturned on Forsyth best smile is learning how to stay
passenger
was charged with State Assessment Tests for healthy. Some health workers
both of hit Road.
Patrick, Lawtey, a
Gunter and his two have come to visit the class.
careless driving. DWI and 3 and 5
parked car belonging to grades are coming up
passengers.i < eoI'g eMc'lenehan improper tag Horace Wilford of Starke. The Florida Highway Patrol in October. These tests will Wednesday: Malisa's father
: and John I determine where a child Dr. Sarntmoranont came to
---- stands in reading visit the class looking in ears
mathematics and witha little flashlight.Also, he
Watson, of communication skills. showed an instrument that
T a $100 winner in the Don't forget. Our first helped see into eyes. Some of
FLORIDA rugs Sweepstakes. P.T.A. meeting will be the boys and girls were able to
able to match use these instruments, as wellas
'
27, at
Tuesday, September
1P EST to win the
k squares 7:30.: This meeting will be an to listen to each other'sheartbeats
house" after the Friday our school
i C ON1ROl ,; Kiiniceof Lawtey Is business"open meeting' enabling nurse Mrs Mildred
+ I and has a chance to parents to visit the teachers in Hitchcock, talked to the class

a (xti.tw t0. r ( their classrooms. PT.A.. dues about eating a good breadfast
3a No for and sang a song about good
are 50c a single
'
m lat Pr membership and $1 for a health. The boys and girls

.., y............. P.T.A.family membership.and support Join your your of made good placemats foods to with eat.pictures Plans

Grotone child's school. were made to visit the

28 Yearsof Starts TO Day Ends October 1 ( 1 lIge I It's not too early to talk cafeteria next week to see the
about Halloween Carnival lunch being cooked. Thanks to
O carnival will be Saturday all our health helpers for
No Purchase the afternoon of talking to us.Starke .
ProfessionalPest October 29, here at our school.
REDUCED PRICES IN ALL DEPTS. Register of We will be showing off and Elem NewsThe
Control To Be a Multipurpose using our new hard surface
Center in mult i.purpose area given by
Services FALL FAVORITE I Drawing Will serve meals and the P.T.A. last year. Anyone first meeting of the
: services for the wanting to work in the Starke Elementary School
Directed By r1: Saturday said some funds Halloween Carnival should P.TO will be held Monday

GraduateEntomologists : VEGETABLE and through HItS contact Betty Sue Denmark at night Sept.26at7:30p.m.: We
portion, around ())64-5367 or Jim Lawson at hope to have a big "Back to
ANNUAL PLANTS would have to be Baldwin Chevrolet. An School" night where parentscan
Ji by the county. exciting highlight of thisear's meet the teachers and see
Large Selection >' carnival and something the rooms. A big turnout is

TERMITE FAIL Williams spoke really special will be the expected.
irs a graphic appearance of the Straw berry During the business
CONTROLWe R,469 t of'Mow mldea meeting President Jim
2 97 Swingers Square Dancing
offer a FREE IN- a Tray TRAYS SPREADING Into Legislation" group. Hester will introduce the
SPECTION and esti- attending the We wish Willie Mae current officers of the
3" POTTED GROTONE PELLETSHOUSEPLANTS Dr. William Randolph our Special organization and will discuss'
mate. You can "know"your plans for the coming year. The
$ Aging Program Education teacher a speedy
home is protectedwhen 2 87 97.7 Clean, easy, Aging; and Adult recovery from surgery in P.T.O. Board has some, big
you rely on Florida . for long lasting HHh Bradford County Hospital projects planned to help the
She school and we feel it will be a
Pest Control is being temporarily
HOUSEHOLDPEST 50 Ib . . . . . : Acres 4-II replaced by Mrs. Cleo great year.A .
GROTONE Heading We just can't let our special prize will be
WEED & FEED
CONTROLWe awarded to the class that has
fine Bradford teachers
Fir Meet: County
!<
offer regular service 16-4-8 Full Fertilizer, retire! Thanks to !Mrs the most parents in

( against embarrassing ALL TREES kills weeds too. Hedding for coming back and attendance. A room count will
be taken during the meeting to
we welcome her to our staff.
II Club held
destructive, disease 2500 ft. 4- Mrs. Hazel Williams' and determine the winner. A
HANGING BASKETS sq. meeting Tuesday,
for pre-school(
carrying pests !Mrs Joyce Sanderson's first nursery
a GUARANTEED service ". LANDSCAPE PLANT Reg. 7.98GOLDEN . . . . 13,,, Homer at the home Hart of and second grade class are children will be provided.

and investmentthat j QUALITY 50 lb. Bag three members learning about shapes. The Plans for the Halloween
INDOOR PLANTS and viewed students have been enjoying Carnival are moving along
r
may save you up a rapidly. A raffle for a 10 speed
trains with the
100% by Lowell Parrish. making
ORGANIC
many times the cost. also square triangle rectangle Huffy bicycle and a pong
. (Except Annuols-3" House are selling television game is getting
ORNAMENTALPEST to raise money and circle. The trains are
to Plants & Vegetable Plants) 6-6-6 in the cafeteria for under way now. The carnivalwill
CONTROLOne With minor Roo 449 .. displayed be held at the Pratt Street
all students
said the to enjoy.
they are
of our most out Example: Playground.Obituaries.
to having a \Ve are all so proud of our
standing services i0 R.a. 6.99 PLANT RYE GRASS new shelving in the library.We .
We offer chinch bug have two new free
5 9 Esij.y firm Inn Pattm.
control plus complete 5 w standing double-faced high
book shelves that came and Clarence Rltchey. 88
eradication of the 5 $120 Clarence A. Ritchey, 88, of
.. were assembled during the
problems of the ho- .Rac.U5
summer. They were all ready Keystone Heights died
meowner in trying to 1& Baptist t Church to begin our new school year Tuesday afternoon in
cope with the different 1 \ '- 5% : sponsor a bike-a- and not a moment too soon as Bradford County Hospitalafter
;
to be used with and rock-a- our old shelves were an extended illness.
sprays \ SAYE Safe For All The event "buldging at the seams." Born Oct. 28, 1888 In
each of
type plant. Saturday, Sept Now our new shelves relieve Pennsylvania. Mr. Richeywas
FARM PESTCONTROL 5500 Control Fleas at 8:30: am our overcrowding and make it a retired coal miner. He
The r SERVICES'j" be provided. so much easier to reach and had lived in Keystone Heights
PINfURI: 4 u. !leI interested in get our books besides being for the past 2"",a years,I i '
We ore fully equippedto Genuine Of Survivors include five r
Reg '1 1.' should meet at pretty pieces of furniture in
protect your farm MULCH $141 our library. daughters: Mrs. Hannah

buildings, cattle and WEED EATER :3 CM. ft. Rcc. Z3S . . from Brooker Citizenship Day is Reighardand Mrs. Hilda Dey
orchards with efficient and Ded in Baptist September 17 and the library both of Keystone Heights;
PINE WI
EDGER-MOWER 1i Mrs Delilah Bachtell of
ill has
participate in a a patriotic display
and safe
rodent con #301 S t Brooker Baptist commemorating this day Portage Pa., Mrs. Sarah
trol, cattle and orchard Reg 29 99 2499 NUGGET $187 Monday Sept. 26, including flags. the Hoffewer of McAllen, Texas,
iprayinq service. : . j Rev and Mrs! Constitution! a replica of the and Mrs. Alma Rinehuls of ,
SPANISH #4D1 FLORIDA t 4 Rev and :Mrs original script of The Mar- Lake Worth; two sons: I
Re 49 99 44"R and Mrs Josie Spangled Banner historical, Clarence Ritchey, Jr. of I
MOSS CONTROLThe |
PEAT $119 10 conduct the pictures, and a poster Johnstown. Pa. and Eldon
silent killer" of #5D1 Llr. he. I.e. 1.31.! ..e. depicting Ameiica sWarehouse Ritchey of Cresson Pa., a
99
ornamental and citrus 64Limited brother. Dean Ritchey of I
trees ... Spanish moss (( 69 99 Johnstown Pa.; a sister, Mrs. f
Effie Johnston of East
control" .is necessary for Quantity Freedom Pa., 26
maximum yield of nut grandchildren 32 great- .'M
and fruit bearing trees grandchildren and one great- r
-- For control great-grandchild. '

'_ around the Funeral services will be
WEED :.;: Gallon A I- held Saturday afternoon Sept. '

CONTROL SAVE BETTER 24. in the Rudy Seckinger
Sergeant's' PLASTICS Reg. Funeral Home Chapel in
Another "first" in our 1" ours DISCOUNT HOUSE Portage,Pa. Burial will followin
area ... this service is HANGING t Hwy 100 W. 964-S606 Forest Lawn Cemetery.
Reg >3".
particularly advanta- DeWitt C. Jones Funeral
geous to gasoline storage SENTRY IV PLANTERSDrip A tftnkoui Ml Of Hi* Mtr"ki 4lnft Home is in charge of local

plants ... bottle Tray & wire hanger -ton-Print . . arrangements.Mrs. .

gas storage plants all FLEA COLLAR included colors. .Celia Ann Jenkins

,industrial sites. 4 Month Protection & SHADES Assorted Sizes From '7*.f, '12" Mrs.Celia Ann Jenkins, age

Ca11376.2661For for Dog or Cot $b$$ 57'8" ft, 77' 10Mtt 97' Assorted Sizes 15"/ 50 Lbs. 77 passed former away resident Friday.of Starke

..
.; Lawn Wire Mrs. Jenkins had been

FREEInspection ;; #500KP-lei. 443Rithemaid 291 TABLES & End Tables 2S" -3S" Ea making her home in Miami .' .
j .
1 Delnit with her daughter at the time
n*i
(Porcelain) "6" Ea. of her death.Survivors.
#3175-Ret 3.49 # include two
& Estimate JP4HALL IJI IJM / Sq, Yard daughters, Mrs. Linda
". Burnette of Miami and Mrs.

I .. A a .. At. .. HEATERS (Rheem) 20-30-40 Gal. Lucille Cannon of
"
,54 tS te'64t5' Okeechobee; 'one son,.George' '
Hunnicutt of Okeechobee; '13
.11 dred grandchildre and six great

POWER SPRAY & USED FURNITURE grandchildren. "
Funeral services were held
i .. '
Wire With Ground 1V Ft. Tuesday in Pine Grove
EQUIPMENTExcept Cemetery. DeWitt C. Jones
pests.
) Aluminum Entrance Cable 16'Ft.. Funeral Home was in charge
of
Aerosol arrangements.
R.c. 1.69 5117 Studs 75 Ea.
George William Fischer
s POT Studs 70 Ea. George W. Fischer, 81 of
Starke died Tuesday.

IIdg FOGGERKills Re4r7 All Wood Delux ''S4f apparent September heart 13 attack., after an

2.41 Twin 160" Born in Wisconsin Rapids ;
Fleas and Other Wisconsin, Mr Fischer was
Exposed Insects. till, BED ft CHAIR '"" employed by the U.S. Postal

Famous Name Mowers Small Service for 35 years. He
moved to Nobleton Florida
Etc. ,j97 DINETTE 5 Piece '49"
Edgers-Tillers, R.e. 12.49 . Big Selection-Extra when he retired and had lived
in the Raiford community for
-. Largo Some with Colored WOOD DINETTE 5 Piece "US"| the last four months.

R.e. 4.19 3" Survivors include two
R ft CHAIR Deluxe '1JOM daughters, Mrs. Wilma Cossof
-- .. ... Raiford, and Mrs. Merle
Gill of Appleton Wis.; two
1 DR. CHATELIERS ft SPRINGS IST" '7S" sons, Victor A Fischer of Eau

illy Dr tfiS. Water Soluble ORGANIC COMPOSTED ...I................. Claire Wis and Roger' L
Fischer of Twin Lakes; one
t PLANT FOODProven COW MANURE Selection Of Utility Buildings brother Henry A. Fischer of
LaVene, Calif; two sisters.
Formula For House Sterilized & Weed fr. .. This week Special Mrs. Elizabeth Larson of
PlantsfruitsFlowersVegetables ear 40 lb. 809. Reg. 2.49 Stevens Point, Wis. and Mrs..
-:=_ F lOll I D A Edith Collett
BU of Rhineland.
1 etc.Premeasured1. | 159$
'' Wis.; 16 grandchildren and j

TeaspoonPer EST I More Various Sizes To Choose From..... nine great'grandchildren.
Gallon of Water. Funeral services were held
CONTROL 'OLIN'S DISCOUNT Friday in the Chapel of VaUey
Funeral Home in Appleton,
IU.Pt* f"" 539 E. Call St. Wis. Burial followed. Archer-
*.(. 137 t"f: 297 _, a IIUUAL (0COMPL.ETE 100 w HOUSE 964-5606 Tanner Funeral Home of
1.It 111. I Starke was in charge of local

arrangements.I'a .
PROFESSIONAL PEST CONTROL