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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 29, 1977
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Modernistic Community State Bank looms above the low Contractor Ernest Trlest of Trlest Construction of Keystone Proposes
slung businesses behind In Bradford Square on the corner of Heights estimates there are 350 tons of concrete In the structure. .
I Edwards !toad and US3ol.The9,500squarefeettwostoryfacility.

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of 1342.000, will open for business Monday. October 3. A formal The new building/ replaces the original bank on Madison Street
1 opening Is planned for later In the month In downtown Starke.


,,! New: .Bank; Building To Be Occupied Monday '$ 2.9 Million Budget:



II Lust minute l
finishing:
, (ouches and moving / :<1 f
, and equipment are In a marathon session Tuesday night and into Wednesday ,
, items! remaining t morning Starke commissioners hammered out a tentative $29
.. million budget for fiscal 77-78 giving all
, Community State Prisons Tieing Up employees making
, occupies its new below $135: a week a 10 percent raise and all employees making
; r rI rI rI rf Bradford Square on above that dollar amount,! a five percent raise.

south I this! :Vlonduy! The proposed new bill
spending was up Tuesday night some
IK-I!I.:1. : Rescue Units $480,000 over the 76-77 budget a 20 percent increase Money for J
half-million the increase will come from utility rates increased over the past
Facility tho new bank : ; t year in all areas. The increased utility rates are bringing the
has city 130.000 a month more.according to one rnunnlman
{1.5IM') feet ,
square mn'
$p ices with 79 EMT Head Commissioners began the floor and into a pile as com-
used lor public bi !: Says budget session $148,000 in the :missioners cut back expenditures -
tractor Ernest: Triest black but after' salary increases : but were unable to

(Construction of Bradford County t runs since December 1976 to and added positions the come up with a final figure
Heights! estimates emergency vehicles have prisons and had tied up a unit budget appeared to be $43,000 until salary adjustments are
:sill' ions of concrete been tied up as many as four for as many as four hours in the red over the estimated fully computed for insurance
modernistic ",.- hours during rescue runs at taking an inmate from Lawtey revenue of $2,984,869After withholding tax Althoughthe
lun.I M.incls t local prisons, Emergency to RMC and then to Shands an almost six hour fiscal yea i',,ends Friday.
corner Clf>l Edwards Medical Technician (EMT) Hospital in Gainesville, verbal battle, concessionswere September 30. final budget
I'S:.101' south ) Gerald Baillie told the Baillie said that while"the made back to originalfive approval is not expected until
.11'('ess, l kinking : hospital board of trustees state pays the usual rate of percent raises presentedby the October 4 regular meetingof
.htlPIIt'I'I>j | m Itiadloid during a meeting Thursday, $27.50 mi mimum and $173 per city clerk Merrill Edwardsfor the councIl.
September 22. mile this leaves only one unit supervisory positions..
Conslriution on the : : In for the 16,000 Commissioners, acting as Commissioners said most of
building vius (delayed Baillie read a letter to the oration county. committee chairman of eachof the revenue for the city is
mil inilciiK w eat ; board outlining some of the "It causes wear and tear on the city departments,'pre- based on estimates, A final I
in the year and the problems encountered on runs the units that Bradford County sented salaries above five figure will not be known until
f opening o.tponed' to Florida State Prison, taxpayers must pay for," said percent, for the fire ,chief, the entire}'car has passed and
I months, said K,i>' :-'; Lawtey Correctional Institution Baillie. Of the two units in assistant fire chief, captainand you can look in retrospect.
;IIssistalil'ice'pl' Union Correctional operation presently one Is four lieutenant in the fire
The
largest of the
0I Institution and the department chief of police, portion
I Reception old and the other three
The hank will i general fund is made of ad
I : /( and,Medical Center in Lake cars u e said ideally the units foreman of the street and up
three drive-in \\ valorem taxes of Sl25. 88
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1Y l''l'ntuully'pllnd: to J Butler. should be replaced every twoyears public highway works department; the based on 3.441 mills. $1 8.122in
increase of now TL. I include I or 40,000 miles. The superintendent cigarette tax and $156.671
( se being delayed. and the utilities plant -
has ordered unitexpectedjn superintendent
county a new
>lunmd for the < foe hours at eachfatjldj utility tax.. ,.
| prl'l ; ( a /vveral, i November.Baillie "rs:$ :
I I the !M.SIM !square:. ; verbal profanity) : saId he was 'toldT '. i Clerk Ed..hls..submitt< , I tu-mido growing, room t | female rescue attendants not Bradford called his budget with an increase in In'JI.810.6J1 rrorrTthe, sale of '"'
1 I I a was so
lacilil.v. said vice : allowed inside institutions
County
salary from $$15,017$19.500: electric
a water sales
current
Wa, Fulmer, the. !fl<:ers 'don'tmates
ne and having to transport in ?
29.85
increase stated and
have to bother" with inmates. percent sewer charges and
'I lie muted
gold l
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If Ixnldmg has the most minor injuries. Some members of the board his salary was still way below $304006 from the sale of
> : the officials in the couithouss. natural .
f pl'ull'l.tIVl' sybtemS' Baillie also said insurance said they were not aware ot gas.Warren
maul I hat rot on the I will not cover items stolen the service being provided to Edwards said he had spentan said he was in disagreement -
1r wed'.ormaii.: ,\ ) ( I from the vehicle. He added a the prisons asked that it be extra 110 hours this month with the $1,500.000estimate \
f 'openuv\ ,planned for the "jump bag" emergency looked into and a policyestablished working on the budget and for the sale of electric
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the month ill hi' medical supplies valued at wore many hats as city clerk. current and felt that
f $160 was discovered In other action, the board After debate $16,500 was In-
bv l.mk president ( missing figure should be higher to be
I i Johns. I after a run to one of the okeyed a letter to Union serted into the budget, a 9.87 realistic.
I I In addition to :I prisons. Baillie added he County Ambulance Service percent increase. Com Commissioner Vernon
r I fuimtuioiind refused to ride in the back agreeing the unit that is the missioners said they were Silcox said it would be betterto
:! is innearest and available for a adjusting salaries of two
without
(the original I .. a guard and had underestimate the revenue
t :Madison Street new structed the other EMT's to do call should respond if it is an elected officials, the clerk and than to put it too high and not
i the same. emergency. If it is a routine chief of police. receive that much.
:: Monday, Baillie said the call, the unit in that county Chief Jimmy Bowen It was finally agreed to
i womn Bradford units had made 25 will respond. received a 15.65 percent in- ra iceF.., ele'lri" rlrrentrevenue !
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crease raising his salary from figure as much S"ii
II" $12,105: to $14,000. Com would take to balance the
missioners had inserted a budget to cover the proposed
Oswalt Resigns $15,000: figure and later salary increases and new
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I lowered it 1000. positions
Salaries for the other
department heads raised as Warren also took exceptionto
I the commissioners went a dollar amount not shownof
I BCH Staff through the budget line by line what would be left after the
were brought back to the 1976-77 fiscal year ends
original five percent in an Edwards said until the final
Thursday, Sept. 29 attempt to balance the budget audit in January they could
though those standards are position and meet several
Strawberry ," constantly changing and a prospective employees Commissioners found the not have an accurate dollar
Open House : : new life safety code is issued Douglas also appied for the proposed $2,836.869 budget, amount. The excess if any.
will be
; put into the renewal
7:30p.m. every three years. position as an employee with about -180,000 higher than last
New \ Repairs were scheduled to the recommendation of the year It gave the city more replacement and betterment
Armory, fund said the .
the begin the following week. medical staff. The board revenue than expenditures but council.Coml1)issioners
Edwards Rd. Dampier advised the architect decision to hire an anesthetistas had failed to include some
I : to begin study and a salaried employee will items talked about in prior are expected
recommendations for long cost about the same as the commission meetings.The to take up under old
Sunday, Oct. 2 range planning in addition to $22.000 Douglas received budget was adjusted to business at the Oct. 4 meetinga
the short range. "Not just to under a contract.In include a city administrator at possible 5 percent retro-
"Grtat Day- ad- correct to call off the dogs," other action the board a $12.000 to$15.000 range. This active retirement benefit.
., First Baptist Church said Dampier.In advised Edmondson to checkon position would require expertise Mayor Charles Schaefer said
Sfarke other business Dampier a rural health grant in seeking out and ap- the five percent for non.union
:45a.m. 1 clarified for the press the available from HEW. plying(for grants as part of the would be equal to the eight
continued employment of Bradford along with two other duties. The only oppositioncame percent received by the union
i anesthetist Ron Douglas counties in the state are from commissioner Joe employees retroactive to
Monday,Oct. 3 Contract negotiations were eligible for grants.Edmondson Warren who said he wanted it October 1. 1976.
finalized September 1, said reported the on record he was opposed.
Bradford County of Dampier. room rate increase for the Other positions added to the If given this would have to
Comm. to Negotiations began last hospital has not been approved budget or shifted were a part- be taken from any remaining ,
*:30am.Courthoust. December after Douglas yet by Blue-Cross-Blue time draftsman. $1,500; amount in the 1976-77 budget.
asked for changes in his Shield. Emnlovee cay raises changing a radio operator in
In- contract. After numerous given in August were partial! the police department to a
School Board delays the board decided in based on the Increased room secrelai y at a salary of $7,595: ; $69OOO Grant
Work Session May to hire an anesthetist as rates to$73 for a private room upgrade the grader operatorin
5p.m.Elk to an employee of the hospital and $70 for a semi-private the street and highway To
Finance
rather than a contracted room. department to a backhoe
Elkd1u 21 operator at a salary of $9,220;
Stark Lodge tlOJ City,Revenue Sharing Funds Set upgrade a truck driver to a RJE RenovationA
Dinner 7p.m. be grader operator at $7,207 and

Meeting !p.m.Lawtty upgrade a mechanic class two $69,000 grant to sponsor a
For Streets, Playground Complex to a mechanic foreman at CETA renovation program for
Council $11,428, RJE School has been
an-,
7:30pm.: the Starke commissioners new complex since the West Added into the budget was a nounced by the CUBB
during a budget session Side Park behind the Vo-Tech $10,000 down payment for a Economic Agency director
Tuesday, September 27, ear- center will be closed the first new fire truck, $1,320 for dry Sally Nelson.
Tuesday,Oct. 4 marked $50,000 for streets and of the year. cleaning for the police department Mrs. Nelson said the
sidewalks and $17,000 for a Mayor Charles Schaefer uniforms required by Bradford County School board
Stark Council recreation complex on Ed- indicated now is the time to union contract truck bed repair selected CUBB to sponsor the
work in conjunction with the
7p.m.R.lford wards Road from estimated and an air compressorwere renovation project. The
federal revenue sharing for Chamber of Commerce on the substituted for a $1,500 proposal was originally

Council 197778. Vernon project.Silcox Commissioner said prior talks leak survey in the.gas depart- presented by Superintendent
7ilOp.m.QHjr Based on past appropriations with individuals and ment. Tom Casey and later modified
I '. the city to groups This was the first year each by CUBB to consist of a staff
expects interested in working towardsa
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of department was separatedfrom of five laborers
C.+Iwr.f receive about $72,378 for the softball field have fallen the general fund and one crew
leader two watchmen and
Based one
year. on previous through and it was time for
Items with '
some
(! experience the city expects to the city to go ahead. gave comparison figures for 1976-no director said Mrs. Nelson.
have about $124,122 including .Also earmarked Is $3,000 for
State dankAN. left 77. Commissioners said this County Commissioner E. W.
$51,746 from 1976-77 lights and $3,000 for a fence at move to computer printoutsfor Hodges I was Instrumental in
... ....... 5 unencumbered for the two the Reno ballfield. Originallyput each department will help getting the funds for Bradford,
T. UII.OOO be the projects. This would leave a in the general budget, that judge each item In each County while attending a
...._.. Do..oIe h-._ reserve of 22000. amount was deleted and will
director of nurses in Sep- charged with running a red All the commissioners department year. Manpower meeting in
Place on SRa mile west. be taken from revenue Adding machine Tallahassee said \Ir.!
tember of last year replacing light. US-301.. agreed with the need for the sharing. continued to flow from desk tape to Nelson. .

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TELEGRAPH Sept.29.1977

_ Karen Gissy Honored At Two Parties --- .- .... ..... L _____ _.____ ......--u. ____


Miss Karen Gissy, October 8 Mrs. Randy Scoggms. Mrs. to the bride elect as tfoeiat SPttfe $ &% Jfoul'yj !

bride Johnson elect, was of honored Jodie on V. assisted Patricia Edwards in opening Wainwright gifts. remembrances.On / e

September 21 with a bridal Game prizes were won by Wednesday, Sept. 21 '
shower given by Mrs. Paul Mrs. Henry Stefanelli, Mrs. Miss Gissy was given a surprise Wooty Society ,.Jito,, 964-7608

Meng and bars Francis Mengat Leland Knepper and Mrs. bridal shower by the -- ---- .. --------- ........ .........-----
the home of the former at John Samons. faculty and adminstrative
Lake The refreshment table office workers at Grove Park
Hampton
Mrs. Joseph Gissy, motherof centerpiece made by Miss Elementary School in Orange Carol Bloodworth, Thomas BusbyTo Susan Ebling and Gary Bakken
the bride-to-be, was amongthe Joyce Meng consisted of an Park. I
guests attending, assortment of handy kitchen Wed. Dec. 10 .
17
The honoree was presentedwith tools placed in a woven bread Repeat Vows Sept.
:
a yellow daisy corsageThe
refreshment table a.L. i Miss Susan Ebling becamethe i

covered with a white bride of Gary Bakken in
embroidered cutwork cloth Y Yt a double ring, candlelight
The decorated cake, I ceremony Saturday Sept.
from a crystal and + 17, at 8 p.m. in the First
punch bowl, nuts and mints ( ) United Methodist Church of ,
silver dishes were served 'aa ,"r Starke ', i
The gift list was kept 4 The bride Is the daughterof ;
Mr and Mrs. Warren ;'
[ + Ebling and the groom is the tit
son of Mr and Mrs. Joseph ar
t 1 I B, Bakken, all of Starke. ,r

Rev, George L. Harper u r ;. e
performed the nuptials.Highlighting 4 1M
the altar r ,
were two standing baskets of +
I white gladioli, pink carnations -
blue pompoms and '' I
1 yellow and white daisies itc
against a background of one a'*
Welcomes I white and gold arch candel
...'x .. ,_ n __ ... abra and two white and gold S
Carol Bloodworth tree candelabras holding
white tapers. The altar rail
Delta Kappa was decorated with a garland
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Wishes To
Jim
of greenery with white a.,
Holds Candlelight florets. Also on the altar rail f
Him In Starke, lay two long stem red roses ,
whichwere presented to the
Location .. ServiceDelta couple's mothers. The unity
Kappa held a candle candle was also placed on i.. r
light service at the first the altar rail. aa
For 2 Weeks /
Mrs. George Canova, i.P i.
meeting of Alpha Nu Chapter a
Treatment with for the 1977.78 year held organist, and Jimmy
Tuesday, Sept. 20, at Baker Alvarez, soloist, presented a P '
County Middle School in program of nuptial music
Blow/
Dry Macclenny.The Jimmy accompaniedhimself ;
34 attending enjoyed a during one solo on
delicious buffet supper servedby the guitar.
Call the Macclenny members Joseph Bakken attendedhis
prior to the initiation! service. son as best man. Ushers y fvr
Jasonek, president, were Rex Seymour, Joey : ikti1
preside over the meeting.; Bakken, brother of the !
Other officers also took part in groom Lee Hardenbrookand ;>
the initiation ceremony led by Donnie Slade.
''r; membership chairman Joyce Miss Sandra Ebling sister
Weldon. The new members of the bride, attended as
w : Alice Frankenberger, maid of honor. She wore a
Peggy Green, Angie Hinson, floor length gown of pink
Erin Jones and Hazel Taft, all charmett crepe with a sheer Mr. and Mrs. Gary Bakken I
teachers in the Macclenny flocked cape. She carried an Master Jeremy Crawford, father the bride wore a'formal
Schools.The next meeting will arm bouquet of three pink son cf Mr. andIrs.! Dennis wedding gown of white
be a work shop to be held in carnations tied with pink Crawford of Kingsley Lake dacron organza with empir,
Lake Butler October 18 at 7p.m. satin ribbons and love knots. served as ring-bearer. He waist a high neckline and
The meeting place will Bridesmaids were Miss wore a white suit' with a fitted chantilly lace sleeves.
be announced in the October Koline Green; Miss Amy black bow lie. A V-yolked bodice howed in
# ##. #.. newsletter. Barton and Mrs. Joe Bak Little Miss Crystal John the b.itk, extended ton bustle
Bradford County members ken. They were gowned son, second cousin of the bdckod chapel tram, Her
attending the meeting were identical to the honor atten- bride and daughter of Mr Juliet cap of clung lace and
Lucile Payne, Edna Hart, dant except they were in and Mrs. Steve Michaelis of seed pearls secured her
Muriel Norman Mona pastel shades of yellow, blue Jacksonville was flower tiered silk veil. She carried it
Canova, Della Rosenberg, and green. They carried arm girl. She was dressed in a cascading bouquet of >C-llow ,
Ernestine Register Maureen bouquets identical to the pmk floor length gown n with a sweetheart roses white,
Paul Evelyn Haney, Sue honor attendant to match full overlay of flocked miniature carnations and
Winkler, Tommie Lee Nolin, their gowns. All the alien organza matching the sprengerie foliage !lied with+
Helen Johns, Gladys Thomas, dants wore matching miniature bridesmaid's gown, white picot satin and wed
Adele Mitchell, and Maxine carnations in their haIr. Given in marriage by her ding lace c'nterl'd''ith
--. Gibson detachable corsage, Her

C .-::::::- ,1 \ only ornament was a silver
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Areuepii'iri,>,t.IS.ll&Ul.Jn.oue t.jlr.1;: I'I .;:!

church Fellowship Hall
Mrs. Olin White +aunt of the
bride, greeted the( guests Jit
964.5827'S. the door, Miss I.inda111dl'r./ -
) I hill kept the bride's hookw
'a.' F1 I hi< h rested on a white linen
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and lace
: oveila>ed table
+ : 1 accented l h\ J ; vase holding pink cocoa..

I ) a I tions. '

1\ XI. II. i : D \ / receiving After picture line was taking loaned
't' I 1A.tLd composed of the bride',und
groom their parents and
-- ; 'f. bridal attendants
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The bride's table; ,Mas
: covered with white linen and
n a white lace over! ly." The
; table was centered with a
\ r white three tiered wedding
; : t : cake decorated with pink

... .' blue and yellow for wt'mt'-
J I I nots topped by a bride und

groom standing under a
.... I IJ wedding bell all encircled
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= -- by a heart. The cake was
flanked by two silver candelabras
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=- '' with six white tapers
I' and epergnettes of yellow
'w ?!"i : roses, pink miniature carnations
; : -= yellow and while
& _, -. daisies and blue pompoms.
= The cake was encircfed with
:= daisies and pompoms to
'f : match the color scheme of
J I'' : rZ; ; the wedding. The bouquet was placed on the
-1 r.. .C<: : table In front of the wedding
cake. Mrs. Reginald Under
} I hill and Mrs. Clinton Barton,
aunt of the bride, cut the
II 7 cake.
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L The two punch tables
l I covered w ith white linen and
white lace overlays, held
I silver punch bowls contain
1I.\L
I' ing pink bridal punch.
poured over dry ice, The
:cf.. punch bowls were encircled
with tinted daisies, pour
poms and fern matching the
""'I color scheme of the w
'Dt Presiding at the punch bows

\. | were Miss Linda Bakken,
-< Miss Gaile Crawford Mrs.
It Gordon Crawford and Mrs.

I: Randal Crawford


--.J Rice bags were handed out
IT'S by !Monica Paula and
: Sondra Green.
Assisting were !h1ra.Don

i... .......,.,.. i : ; ;;;; Hardenbrook; !\Ira. }Harry
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Green
Mrs.
... John Bradley,
: -:7l. ; Mrs.Roland John Stern Bradley, Jr., Mrs
:Y.r.t and Afro
.000rr_ ,, I Maxie Carter. Sr.
The bride and groom are
i both graduates of Bradford
,
p High School. The bride gra
f"'r. : I : duated in 1977 and !Mr Bak
:: ken graduated In 1976. Me is
presently enrolled in the Air
Force, attending school at
4'3.4 W., Call Chunute AFB in Illinois.
6 Upon graduation he will be
Starke Fla. stationed at Seymour John
son AFB at Goldsboro; N.C.
where the couple will reside.Paget .


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Ann Allen Dennis Rhoden Honored At Party, _Bill...! Wilsons ww..!__ .._ .Host. -- Cookout-- ..- Friday, Evening

Miss Ann Allen and Fire the Starke Fire Department. bells.
N + Captain Dennis Rhoden, The party was held in the The 24 attending, which Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wilson County area, Capt. and Mrs. Harold Davis and Billie
t whose marriage will be an station living quarters up- included the firemen, wives entertained approximately Russell Lines of Sumter, S.C., Doreen, Bay and Bill Wilson
event of Nov. 5, were stairs. and girl friends and Mr. and 100 guests at a steak cook-out Mrs. Wendy Smith and John of the Ideal area. )0.
pleasantly surprised at a The refreshment table was Mrs. W. C. Rhoden and Mrs. and cocktail party Friday Boyle of Jacksonville and Mr. During the' evening
bridal shower Tuesday coveredwithacrochetedclothevening R.E. Allen, Jr., parents of the evening at their home in and Mrs Dave Shuford, Mr. swimming in the pool, tennis
given by members oi and centered with a layered honored couple, enjoyed Lawtey. and Mrs. Jesse Wolbert, Mr. and refreshments were en-
cake topped with wedding games with prizes and The guest list included 33 and Mrs. John Bradley, joyed.
refreshments during the party couples from the Brevard.Dr. .
hours 7:30: to 9:30: "-
ShowerThe p.m. -- = ---
Ann Allen Honored At Miss Allen and Mr. Rhoden
were presented with a electric The Steakman
Hampton Lake home of arrangement ot dried and blue toaster-oven and electric can and Mrs. D.W, Whiffen | F
Mrs. E.W. Hodges was the silk ( owers. The cake was opener from the firemen an attended the Florida Op-
Betting for the bridal shower topped with a bride doll made electric coffee pot from Chief tometric Association execu- ., Says-
n a given for Miss Ann Allen on of cake. and Mrs. Eldon Sapp and a tive board meeting and
t Tuesday, Sept. 20. Among the guests were Mrs. Hibachi Grill from Ass't Chief auxiliary meeting Friday to
Co-hostesses were Mrs. R.E. Allen, Jr., mother of the and Mrs. Bobby Lewis. Sunday in Tallahassee.DON'T Come See Our .,,
!::: j Bobby Mrs. Don Neel honoree; Mrs. William C. -
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I and Taylorl Crawfard.RhGden, mother of the RemodeledBuilding
Games with prizes and prospective groom, and Mrs.
refreshments were enjoyed by H.B. Williams of Gainesville
LEAVE OUT And
ir t,2 1 the 30 guests during the party Miss Allen's grandmother.
hours of 7:30: ( and 9 p.m. The hostesses presented the
,., .a L S Si The refreshment table was honoree with the pie and cake ANYONE I II IA l t Enjoy
v A f 1'yh'' covered with a cutwork cloth server in her flatware patterr "'"
and centered with a floral as a memento of the occasion.
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Hand-Crafted Gift Is So Special) t

t Mrs.Jas. Barber Shower HonoreeMrs. Participate In Our Classes And Start t. Our Super Buy On A

Making Those Special Christmas Gifts Nowl
James Barber was the 18 guests during the party
-- --- honored at a stork shower hours. The guests included r.JiMACRAME' Super
1 Thursday, Sept. 8, given by Mrs. Ben Bryant mother of CLASSES NOW FORMING/
Mn.B.C. HoU/endorf and granddaughter Lynn, 8, show the Mrs. Robert Milner, Jr., Mrs. the honoree.
r brightly colored hand puppets that have delighted bedridden Harold Colston and Mrs. Mark Mrs. Barber was presented 2 CLASSESStarts
children at Bradford County Hospital Milner at the home of the with an automatic baby swing Tues., Oct. 4 7 P.M. 10 P. M. Burger
A itudent at Southside Elementary School Lynn Is the latter. as a memento of the occasion. Starts Thurs. Oct. 6 9:30: A.M. 12 noon
1 daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Holtzendorf, Jr. The refreshment table was Fee '1 Q For 5 Classes. Plus Materials
covered with a yellow daisy

Clown Puppets, tablecloth with matching Mr. and Mrs. T.L. Casey, CHILDREN'S ART Bobble O'Brian, Instructor

r A Ethel Games with prizes and Jr. spent last Thursday to Starts Sat., Oct. 110 A.M. 12 Noon 25c
Ii' Holtzendorf Speciality. Sunday at Sanibel Island Mustard Pickles Ketchup Only
(I'I refreshments were enjoyed. by.. Fee '20 For 4 Classes Including Materiels
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Puppets, hundreds of and estimates she has made "'ro'',',',
puppets, as a matter of fact over 500 puppets. The puppetsare { i t BEGINNING ART (Drawing Painting Batik)
over 500 puppets have been also sold in rummage f Starts Mon., Oct. 10.7
; P.M.10 P.M.
4'made by Mrs. B.C. Holt sales held each year by the 5 ,i. ,: i, Sausage Dog 95cTriple
zendorf Sr. over period of Hospital Auxiliary. I:,{ Fee '15 For 5 Classes, Plus Materials
three years for the Bradford The next rummage sale is !
County Hospital Auxiliary to planned for October 15 at the QUILLING Sue Yates, Instructor
give to each child in the service station at the corner of Cheese Burger $1'5|
hospital and to sell in the S. Walnut and W. Madison ': i Starts Tues., Oct. 11 10 A.M. 12 Noon

auxiliary's! Hospitality Shop! said Mrs. Holtzendorf. She 1,1I I I It Fee '10 For 5 Classes.Plus. Materials We Dare You T<{&rt. It All
Mrs. 'rloltzendorf said sne also said she is always looking 4r '
likes to dress the clown for material scraps to make
puppets in bright colors and the puppets."I t 'fJ.. EGGERY Sue Yates. Instructor
the main reason for making 'I"'J; Starts Wed., Oct. 12 9:30: 11:30: A.M. Steak Sandwiches AH! The way $125
the puppets is to give to keep my sewing machineup
Fee MO00 For 5 Classes. Plus Materials
children that are patients in all the time, except to clean '' 'l

Bradford member County of the Hospital.A Hospital. that company corner," said up when Mrs.I Holt have ( i :4",.\, ;.. T SIGN UP NOW
r V
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Auxiliary Mrs.Holtzendorf for three she years took zendorf.three in an Turning hour is not out work about"I : :..r:".: ,::T.,vi w, b 6- BY JtARegistration Limited (ooaQaaacuc! [$ {

over the job of puppet making enjoy making them," added .., ..., ;:
from Arthurine Blanchard Mrs. Holtzendorf. ; ),; ."}.t !,. .'., ,' := v Arts & Crafts Supplies
l ( (lI3( [$ 13
I Retired Teachers Hold WorkshopThe kr: ,\! { I \ ., :" : J- '

: 150 W. Call St Starke 964-7792 1212 N. Temple! Starke, Fla.
National Retired and During the luncheon hour 1J ..f( .
Florida Retired Teacher's the teachers were guests of ''t 964-6567
Associations Division N.R.T.A. in the Holiday Inn t
oWt
Leadership Workshop was dining room. "< .
held Friday Sept. 23, at the The afternoon session was .. !,. [ : :
Holiday Inn in Lake City from spent in reporting the .... .." -.. r'.1
9 a.m. to 3:30: p.m.Representatives solutions and resolutions ... .'T w'<< ,;c.W '( .
from the formulated as a result of the (..;;. ":'''''
Bradford-Union Retired morning group meetings. :
Teacher's Association were: Later, new plans were
Mr. and Mrs.R.E. Clemmons, II
Mrs. Julius Royal, president; presented to the group per-
Miss Mary Faulkner, taining to the anticipated
secretary; Mrs. Paul.Bridges, ?. goals for the.newyear in. .their-_ rrrflr Tina Baker rr 4 I R.E.Clemmons.,.f .-'_ '_ II
chairman Mrs. local Units.:
program Earl Searing, public relations; (i ,..,A towel the plans submitted .... .. ," i", Wed ept.T6 0 0 _'r
1 .__,_ .. .
'chairman,"'and Mrs.' L. H. "'-y-B.W-.RT.A.: consiat-of -- w. ? -
Jennings, publicity chairman.Mrs. "Indepth" programs which Tina Marie Baker and was attended by Mike Cole as
.Joan Hunter, associate involve reaching out into the Richard Eugene Clemmons, best man. -
state director and coordinator community, participating in II were married Friday, Sept. After a short wedding trip
of the workshop, local and individual problem 16 in the home of the bride at the couple are residing on
introduced the chairman. Dr. areas, especially where thereis Pine Forest apartments. Morgan Road.
J.B. White, state director of a need among the retirees. Officiating was the Rev
the N.R.T.A. in Florida, who They are seeking further Ronald Wilson. BRADFORD
made brief introductory education in crime prevention The bride, daughter of COUNTY TELEGRAPH
remarks before the by attending the four Thursday Velma Barrett of Starke and
representatives divided into seminars to be held in Mr. and Mrs. G. O. Baker of Published every Thursday BALDWIN
special interest groups for Central Theater at Santa Fe Gainesville, wore a chapel at 135 W.Call Street
conferences pertaining to Junior College in Gainesville length gown of white eyelet, Starke,Florida 32091
their particular positions in during October. accented with a square Second Class postage paid
their local chapters. Al For the March meeting a neckline and eyelet ruffles. at Starke.Florida
Stevenson, Colonial Penn film has been scheduled called Mrs. Kathy Cole was CHEVROLETOLDSMOBILEOCTOBER
Insurance consultant from St. "Journey's End". matron of honor. The bride's Subscription Rates:
Petersburg and Dr. R.M. Aside from business the sister, Brandi Barrett was Ietrad.reartlper:
Gager from Gainesville were possibility of organizing an flower girl. year: W six month
both available to answer any Instrumental musical group The bridegroom, son of Mr. OuUide trade area: 18
questions regarding In- for entertainment was and Mrs. Joel Roberts of ear14,50 six months
per y .
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II METHODIST YOUTH ACTIVITIES. e CP8(0Cp i ( ; ; 8 CMC0CU'
Mr. and Mrs. Drew Reddish Fellowship First United was given by the Rev. George
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were hosts at a fellowshipswim Methodist Church of Starke. Harper and the devotion was
at their home Sunday An evening snack supperwas presented by Lynn Loper.All Mrs. Trudy Large of Erie, Mrs. James Blackshear Mrs. L. D. Vining of Starke Mrs. Malcolm Pownall and
I evening for approximately 35 served to the youth by enjoyed an evening of Pa. spent Wednesday to visited Mr. and Mrs. Guy and Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Viningof Mrs. J. R. Kite returned _
counselors and youth of the Mrs. Ada Reddish and Mrs. fellowship and swimming. Saturday with Miss Madge Andrews In Little Switzerland, Palatka visited Mrs. Jessie Wednesday of last week from
United Methodist Youth Sue Little. Opening prayerrKCOLONS Middleton.They were honored N.C. last week. Vining in Stockton, Ga. on a months visit with Mrs.
guests at a luncheon Friday Saturday.Dr. Pownall's relatives in New
given by Col. and Mrs. Gen. Guy Hairston and York and Pennsylvania. Mrs. _
Youth and couselors of the Smith at the Continental Clubin daughter, Diana of Washington and Mrs. H. H. Adams Kite was hospitalized for a
-ANOfRS RECIPE Methodist Youth Fellowshipwill Orange Park Mrs. Harold D.C. were last Tuesday returned Monday from a week with asthma while up
be traveling to Brandon, Deal, the former Thelma dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. weeks vacation in Alberta, there. _
fried Chicken Florida this Saturday mor Manessa, of Orange Park was T.L Casey, Jr. Canada.Mr. I
ning. Oct. 1, to attend the also a guest. Mr.and Mrs. Charles Hardy
PHONE 964.512S Alpha Jesus Music Festival Mr.and Mrs. Charles Fieldsof and Mrs. V. J. Spengler returned Monday from two AI,
It is an all day Music Mr. and Mrs. R.O. Dansbywere Jacksonville visited his visited R. L. Spengler and Mr weeks trip, visiting relatives
LOOK. Festival from 1 p.m. until 9' in Jacksonville Sunday mother, Mrs. J.H. Fields on and Mrs. W. J. Spengler in St. for two days in Ohio, a
weekend with their son, Chase
afternoon visiting her brother, Sunday. Augustine last Friday.
WHAT THE p.m.The church bus loaded with Roy Andrews In Riverside Hardy in Chicago and
youth counselors, snacks and Hospital and aunt, Mrs. Nona C.G.:Hill returned home last Miss Lillian Stump of Starke remainder of- thetime with.
COLONEL'SOFFERING enthusiasm will be leaving the Carr in St. Vincent's Hospital. Friday after undergoing back and Mrs. W. H. Thomson of their son and daughter-in-law,
church at 8 a.m. Saturday surgery in Riverside Hospital Monticello attended the Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hardy Sandra Ebling .
morning. Mrs: J.M. Edwards, Sr. returned where he had been a patientfor funeral of their aunt, Miss and daughter in Seattle,
last Wednesday after two weeks. Inez Wood in Amherst, Va. Wash., plus two days in Sandra Ebling
spending two weeks with her last Thursday.Mr. Canada.

Monday granddaughters, Jamie and Mr. and Mrs. Mac Baldwin Mrs. Albert Williams and AlvarezTo
r- Mr. and Mrs. Gerry Gibson Tara High in Jacksonvillewhile returned last Friday from an and Mrs. Lloyd daughter, Delores Ann Mrs. Jimmy :
of Merritt Island visited his their parents, Mr. and day vacation in Vienna. Padgett, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald John Scott and Mrs. George
Tuesday eight
r. ., parents, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Mrs.J.M, High were on a tripto Norman and sons and Mr. and Bell of Oxford, Fla. were Wed Nov. 12
Gibson Sept. 16-18. Gerry was Portugal and Northern Local admittances to Mrs. Tullie Norman attendedthe Sunday visitors of Mr and
on a business trip Sept.21-28 to Africa. Bradford County Hospital this Padgett reunion at Mrs. M. C. Wells and family.
Wednesday Panama and Peru. week include: from Starke- Newnan's Lake .on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Warren E.
/ Willie Brown, Mrs. Susie Mrs. Gladys Weldon Ebling announce the
Oct.3,4,5, Myrlck, Mrs. Rachel Sasser, Mrs. Mary Beth Peacockand celebrated her birthday engagement and approaching
FUQUAY'S CARPET CLEANINGSTEAM Mrs. Gertrude McBride, Mrs. son, Rick of Jacksonville Saturday at a family marriage of their daughter,
Sandra, to Jimmy Alvarez
lit and Mrs. visited Mrs. Errol Alvarez
Janice Goolsby on gathering at the home of Mr.. and Mrs. HaroldAlvarez
of Mr.
son
SPECIAL Lillian Allen; Mrs. Elizabeth Sunday. and Mrs. Steve Weldon in
all of Starke.
: CLEANING: OR SHAMPOOING Thornton from Raiford; Macclenny. Enjoying the ,
; Miss Ebling is a 1974
FREE DEODORIZER Henry Lee and Charles The Methodist Women'sSunday occasion were Mrs. Weldon'sfive
McGlave from Keystone School class had a children and graduate of Bradford High
11
THRIFT BOX WITH CLEANING grand
School and 1977 graduate of
I I,111 DEPENDABLE: SERVICE Heights; Charles Capehart covered dish luncheon and children.
Jr., Mrs. Corrine Corbett andMrs. meeting at the home of Mrs.A. Lake City Community-
9 PCS. Chicken/ Lavina Martin of J. Eaves on Wednesday of Kevin Crawford of Ocala College.
Quality Work' Lawtey; Barbara Ryder of last week. The class had spent the weekend with his Mr. Alvarez is a 1971
FOR Lake Butler. dinner at the Foxfire H. graduate of Bradford High
/ ONLY . FREE Estimates Call Today r Restaurant in Ocala Monday Hart.grandmother, Mrs. W School and 1974 graduate of

Miss Debbie Dierk of Sidney night celebrating Mrs. Olin Lake City Community
f/ ;; $998 964.8596 Ind. was a recent visitorof White's birthday. Mrs Ella Moody visited her College. He is presently a
I senior at the University of
.. Mr. and Mrs. F.J. daughter, Mrs Charles Fink,
Florida, to school at
O+'' 4" Strickland and daughter, National Guard Warrent in Green Cove Springs last going
'4'b". .I Also Tile Floor Gloria. Gloria and Debbie Officers and their families Friday. night and through
returned to Georgia Southern enjoyed a cookout last correspondence courses.
t.|.1-9.22 Stripping & Waxing College last week. Thursday at Camp Blanding. Mrs. W. Herlong has had The wedding will take place
Nov. 12 at the First Baptist
as guests Mrs. Lucie Parnellof
Church in Starke.
Gainesville on Sunday and
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Stem-

wt.4 meyer Monday.of Jacksonville on Robin Hodges


"'/r'rk'f GLASSWARE Miss Susan Blalock, Celebrates 16th
Saturday and !
Sunday of Mrs. James H.
.
L-. ni arywwyldoflar Black of Starke has Birthday Sept. 24

enrolled in Flagler College as
a freshman. Robin Hodges celebratedher

birthday Sept. 24 at a
day Aale surprise "sweet sixteen"
party, given by two friends
BIRTHS Ginger Crews and Cathey
Charley Holtz, at the home of Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Mrs Donald Holtz.
dollar's : E. Carlton of Starke announcethe Friends of Robin enjoyed
et worth
your ana more t birth of a daughter, cake and ice cream during the
:41 l JohnsJ"A Shawna LeAnn. born August party hours after which they
SAVES% SAVE 1?% SAVE 12% SAVE21% 4'i/ 26 in Alachua General swam at the To-Rena poo..
i I i eareiew: act can ctuw Grandparents are
HUDSON TH[ ley Hospital.
ROUTE SS CHROME another to lose hie G.
BIO'H' GRIPPER l 4} person Mr and Mrs. Robert
I A.T.F. PAPER FORKS ORSPOONS idght.,his masculinity-and Carlton and Mrs. Lucia UDC To Meet
FLUID,OT.
TOWELS OLU! i is 5 result in a law suit for Thomas, all of St.arke.DUPLICATE .

2R$1 $ 6RS7 I. ,$1 .. $100,000 or more. The Wed, Oct.5
egx_ 'N I iM usual $10,000 personal BRIDGE

uU.r wsy+.Ti wAeytfi WA"t( ,) liability policy. Can is the no longeradequate. Mr. CLUB and Mrs.RESULTS. John Clark UDC The; will WT.meet Weeks Wednesday chapter,,

; Charley were thejyinmpg couple at (the Oct<.5. at q p.m, at.the home of
T AVrP 701S% .E. Johns Agency increa'se'my quarterly club tournament at Mrs. O.U Beasley and .Airs
9A YE_4% % A 10% A VE 1 "b MEN'S DOUBLE KNITMB'
,\ 1+ I iL iO iY ,, Comprehensive- 'DuplicateBridge Tuesday J.VV Kincaid. with Mrs..4.1-i.
TLIFE WOODBURY p POKER ON i "flIIINI1'UlUl MEN'S VINYL CASUALS $POLYESTER SLACKS Personal Liability 'to' night. Jeff Wrenshall -and Fields and Mrs. L.D. Vining

SULSS.t SOAP,4-PK. OVEN POLISH CLEANER WAS UP WAS $100,000..even $1,000,000 Dolly Kunig were second and as co-hostesses.
O 0
PLAYING 6. OF
e II BARS H OR 0 1Jt- TM Rhea Johnson and Lora
1 50 100 W CARDS, DECK a for just a few dollars more
+ DISINFeCTANT third.
i Francis were
38 I eY'{ Lwth.r-look upp.rt. crept PatyMtor double. knit In Mild premium
I 4 1 30$ $1 am..f fnhlon color,7-12. I light ton ct m.n.29-42. Michelle Hodges
R dnu0 i
s Charley E. FOR SALE: Cash register
w/isdurr wASI-ti1; wL+i- wAS >:Tt WASyr1 paper, most sizes in stock. Celebrates
JOHNS AGENCY Phone in to see if we have

at: SAVE 15% SAVE2I% SAVE 13% SAVE 15" your size or come in and just 1 1st. BirthdayLittle
131 S. WALNUT ST. STARKE browse and The Office Shop,
aBUCKET OF FIVE YEAR lOn 121 WESTCLOXKEYWOUN : TELEPHONE, PHONE 964-5070 phone 9fVI-S7M.

HOUSEHOLDtp a DIARY WITH'' 2 ALARM ADDRESS BOOK. Michelle llodcrs

u LOCK, KEY SS.- I !CLOCK :: 12 IN.LONG celebrated her first birthdaj

,_ $1 fI' Monday, ith a family party at
$1 $3 $1 -'-- the Hodges home on LSIOI-N.: :

The 14 attending enjoyed, ice
(
WAa 1.1 WAlyt/ wAE WAS LIY cream and cake and socialget
p SAYE10% AVEi.ds -together during the party

4 VALVE PLUSI a SAVE IS% ,+1 _+k MEN'S 6"WORK SHOES MEN'S LEISURE JACKETS hours in the afternoon.

STONEWARE + = jYOUNOICEI! t\ YOUR CHOICE!
WAS
BUSHEL BASKET 4y" I V PLANTER HANGERS yk 00 5.OO "fR
PLANTER J P STONEWARE F o wAa e Junior Women
E
1| *
3'V DIA. }IDIC' PLANTERS H..vy duly vinyl upp.r ell Top Maker top* to w.r with/ J
YOUaC .d no.twl.ob..Tin,712. |..ra,Uwk.,MLXLonly.i .
S* SAVE 35* t Hold Fashion Show
Q. $1 3 RYEGRASS
i R [4 K YOUR CHOICE!
{I PLANTER BRACKETS .,. And LuncheonThe
trJ1J7 Dtac PRICE wAS I l ** WAS 21; FALL

VEGETABLE Junior Women's Club of

SAVE UP TO 31V, A 8AVEUPTO35% P Sr SEED & ANNUAL PLANTS Starke held a "Back to
\ School" fall Fashion Show
JACQUARD
WASHCLOTHS THE TOOLS YOU YOUR CHOICE! PACKAGE OF 4MULTISTRIPED Good Selection Of and luncheon on Saturday,
3W STONEWARE
NEED, EAGLE HASI \ Sept. 24 with
PACK OF 3 i OR 5%"PLASTIC DISHCLOTHS approximately

s1 WAS TO.L47-UP $1 5ib3. $1'20 Popular Varieties 70 The persons tables attending.set up in the

211WAS $1 SAVE1S% SAYE auditorium of the club house
Ar.e.tm.nt _
Include* "C" C50Ibs.$999
Ump, 12" level, toot pot end i ar 2 Trays 91 were centered with miniature
WAE 1 K mon.lor only tt on UP TO J/t-4 DISC PIIICE HIS HERS DECK SHOES MEN'S SCENIC SHIRTS school houses. The stage was
decorated with a school
house;
SAVE 10% ; wyssE 2R$5 4e WAS 4 00 Reg. 69 A Tray desk and books, blackboard.
SAVE33%
SAVE 10% + BAYS 21% and even a playground area to
FIX ,- Sturdy tolee. Prime In smooth 100%
A FLAT cenvee.non-dip polyester carry out the theme.
fa SEALS e EAGLE EAGLE PLASTIC Men.7-12,women'.S-10. wild/ tonofleevM.S.M.L.XL 4
A cold
SHOWER plate luncheon
tat t AIR FILTER MURIATIC wasserved
,
1102.INFLATES nsTeucaa"s 'IAG t ACID GAL CURTAIN, SA VC 12H BLACK KOW BRAND after which fashions'
from
Sears of Starke$
$1 $2 23"M$1 NYLONSTRETCH ( ,- ... COW MANURE $ O49 Bullmgton's. Stumps and,
SOCKS, Lella's were modeled. ,
WASys, WAsaa1 WASJaal WASH FIT 10-13 "" Master of ceremonies was
50 Lb, Bag Reg '2"IT'S Maxie Norton and music,?

''YALUEPLUBf 21 coordinator was Joey Herres.'
dAVE1% VALUFPWdf
SAy t This was the first for
year
-- w s W4
LARGE 10" 2-PC.WOODSALTPEPPER MATTRESS PACK OF 4 Irr/fre this type of fashion show put)
t WOVEN WOOD COVERS, I KITCHEN on by the club and they hope to;
SOWL SET TWIN FULL TOWELS YE73% I rI TIME be able to continue it in the
a i VALUE PL 7 SPREADING SERVICE future.
J
/

$1 $1 $1 I $1 8 MEN'S OZ.COTTON/J KNIT POLO SHIRTS+ TO AVAILABLE r. to The all those dub involved expresses in making thanks,:

WAS tar DISC.PRICE DISC.PRICE WAa.J.KSA WORK GLOVES I W tR$5Chele. Grotone. WEED ft FEED it such a delightful affair. '

1648Especially For Florida Soils 48
ol .
m.ny ttvUe color
I VALUE PL US/ SAVE S2% VE 23" WAS *34 end labrw blend, >f.M,L,xLI & St. Augustine or Centipede Grass iGROTONE _

YOUR CHOICEI 'ncr.:. HALF GALLON "WAYNAUL Bag Covers 2500 Sq Ft Reg 7M Kim Tenly, .'
COLORFUL INSULATED SPRAY ji ,

1rNIl TIl1U MIRRORS PICNIC JUG I ViOZ. e t PELLETS Rodney Griffis *
--'tea

$1 .1 '_:=.:_,::.::- 8S'" g-7.7. Especially For Florida Soil* 8 .
y To Wed
59
4tax tNOtJOE Clean & Easy.50 lb. Bag Oct 21 j

PAIMT DISC.PRICE WAS y/r WAS

G1r1 GOLDEN QUALITY "
VALUE SUS! SAYE20% VP 100% Organic Miss Kim Elaine Tenly,
wiry 5E2 $449
ANIMAL I 6- 50 Lb. bag daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
'J AIM S 7 OZ.VITALIS SAVE UP TOTS% SI Sonny Tenly and Rodney
IA VE13 FIGURINE FLUORIDE LIQUID Milford Griffis, Ion of Mr and
CANDLES *U OUNCE VIDE HAIR GROOM ROLL-UPOR PANTYHOSE OR Mrs. Merrill
".VA.HOU'. "AlNT TENNIS HATS KNEE-HI'S LORIDA GARDEN & Starke, will Griffis be all of
united i in

3.00: $1 83c .27 Tt; ltq$3 =1 4 $1 lisre NURSERY CENTER marriage p.m. In Friday the First, Oct Baptist 21, at

Tr. IFIwW .Wes Mk'4 1 DISC,PRICE ONf1OE Church with
!
Cetlen flltlrte.u .retVVR a reception4following
wu.JM'
0 Na't Mr 1ft-rN1M WAE3" J1"* tor usual aWnE SUP" wP.r
mched,venied.e,M,L **to*NI In pke*. !4. A 1N1 ICAL co 539 E. Call St. Stark. Fla. In the church!
EAGLE THE CONVENIENT Fellowship Hall.
FAMilY 'OISCOUNT STORE S 312 W. Madison St. USE EAGLES CONVENIENT LAY-A.WAY PLAN Phone 984-8745

Open da,'" 9 h.t. S .ndH., h' 6 964-7513 Free Set Of Glasses For'18E' Lay-A-Way Purchase All friends and relatives are
Invited to attend.'age .


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Wainwright Withdraws Request, COCOA DA VIS BEACH TO PROMOTED AFC Fla.TheU.S. Open House Set For Tonight Square Dance ClassAn


Air Force has promoted open house is set for The new square dance pay rent on the armory.
Cynthia D. Davis daughter of tonight Thursday, Sept 29, classes are scheduled to begin There are 30 weeks of
To Subdivide His SR-16 Farm Mr, and Mrs. Leroy Davis of 7-30: p.m. in the new armory Monday,Oct 3,at 7:30 p.m. in classes will learn during 68 basic which movements the class
,., 831 Florida St., Starke. to the awards Road in Starke by the new armory on Edwards
.'"1 u rank: of airman first class. the Strawberry Swingers Road. Classes will run from which will enable them to
Airman Davis is serving at dance club to 7:30-9:30: : p.m. Couples will be dance at a mainstream level
J. R. Wainwright to them so they could receivea square acquaint
surprised formed her that couldn'tapprove with other dance clubsin
they class which square
<>the Bradford County Zoning mortgage to build houses on of spot zoning.In Patrick AFB Fla., as an air prospective dancers with the charged $3 per the area.
will to caller Gil
operations specialist. class that is planned. go. pay
new
*',.board last night when he with- the property
.. Davis is a 1976 graduate of is invited to attend Crosby of Gainesville and to
board Anyone
drew J.J.
a request to rezone 120 Atty. Wolbert explained other action the .
.
Bradford High School. the house ..., .-.- -
especially -
_.,acres of agriculture land for changing the zoning on only approval for Associated open o W -
{. tingle family housing. two of Hannah's 123 acres :Southern lave: Millwrights, Inc. to those who think they might be -:= ( { o ,( ,00,,,ay.e/\o O.c"j o_ ....::tI'p..-
Wainwright would spot zoning which the the zoning on their Interested in learning to --
.
t.v gave no reason change ,/ : -J; \ .
"fcr withdrawing the request county zoning laws prohibit.The property l ll square dance, according to .:==:::: ..::;:.....;; -
i'\ but he told the board it would board suggested to Mrs. rural to lightsmanufacturing.. Jim Duncan, president of the Scientists know about the existence of 20,000; fossil; fish.
'\. hear from him later. Hannah that instead of Strawberry Swingers.
The property is located deeding one acre to her sons === I II For further information on

t 1",south on SR-16 two miles east she deed 2V4 acres so no The company. has been the planned square dance
I .of Starke, adjacent to the changes would be needed in using the property for their Nettle CompletesBasic Coffee beans are actually classes or the open house
" >3>; Starke. Golf and Country Club. the zoning. business and the change, if Training the pits of a red. cherrylike phone May and Harry Hat-
cher at
A request by Mrs. Lillian G. Mrs. Hannah said most of approved by the County Michael Edward Nettles fruit. 9647461.
Hannah to rezone a portion of the land on the property was Commission would bring the son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman II
her 123 acre exclusive agri- being used for chicken farming property into compliance with Nettles of Starke. completed
culture land to open rural so and one of the lots avail- the zoning regulations. six weeks basic training at
her sons could build houses on able for a homesite! was onlyan Lackland Air Force Base In GUARD OPENINGSIN
one acre lots came under fire acre, not 2V4 acres In size. San Antonio Texas.
from the board. Zoning under She explained the lot was The board also gave per- The airman Is now stationed 6#
exclusive agriculture requires bordered by.power lines and mission for Mrs Robert Bellto at Chanute AFB Rantoule
houses must be built on no less was unsuitable for farming advertise a change from Illinois for 20 weeks.Nettles Is AUTO MECHANICS WELDIIIG- K
than 2i< _acres. but all right for a home. R1A to R1C to allow a mobile a 1977 graduate of Bradford t Living Color
Mrs. Hannah said her sons The board did give Mrs home to be placed on her High School. RADIO REPAIR ENGINEER EQUIPMENT- .
needed one acre to be deeded Hannah Permission to advertise property located 1 mile west
for the Chan I- of Starke on Edwards Loop.
but LettersFiremen
g in- REPAIRS-SUPPLY & ADMINISTRATION

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Police Fireman's .
Retirement ProgramTo
I ThankedFor 20 POSITIONS AVAILABLETo

Get $11,000 From State Excise TaxThe MD ParticipatingIn Telethon
Dear Editor: Qualify You Must Be 17 Years of Ageor ONE 8x10

police and firemen's "The funds are paid by the retirement fund of $52,000 for On behalf of the Northeast n
retirement programs will get people buying the insurance. city employees. Each employee Florida Chapter of the Up Openings For Men And Women
over $11,000 from the states They don't come from the pays five percent of his Muscular Dystrophy TWO 5x7'sTEN ii
excise tax on fire and casualty state," Edwards explained.The or her salary to the fund and Association and its many <
insurance premiums. State-Treasurec-: the city also pays into the patients, I want to thank the FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL
Insurance fund. Starke Fire the m
Merrill Edwards,city clerk Commissioner'soffice Department,
explained the money comes which administers the Police Chief Jimmy Bowen various other organizations,
from a one percent charge fund, reported$7,170.49 wouldgo said the retirement system set and the people of the city of 631st MAINTENANCE COMPANYFLORIDA
added to all fire and casualty for police retirement while up by the city is a bonus for his Starke for making the 1977
insurance premiums paid in $4,728.45 would go to the department."It Labor Day Telethon the i t
r the city..Quicker. firemen's retirement fund. helps me get better men greatest in our history. ARMY NATIONAL OUARD964J20 j ,
The money makes up over and keep them longer," The pledges raised by our
20 percent of the total Bowen said. annual Telethon total over

ResponseCuts i I $200,000 and will support Groups $1.OO. ea. Add'l Person
M.D.A's patient services as

Acreage well as, M.D.A.'s world-wide NATIONAL GUARD
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r number of acres burned in efforts to help win the fight Hrs. 11-7
Bradford County in 1976-77 against neuromuscular (Sunday 115)Whattocut )

dramatically by 67 percent. diseases. Gratefully,

County Forester Richard i I MikeSchreiner District Direc tor: .. .
Schroeder told county ..
commissioners during the I
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September monthly meeting. I '''00

Although the number of wild i t + 'I-i
fires increased from 125 to 134
for the past 12 months,
Schroeder said quicker
response by firefighters and
the addition of an extra crew
cut the number of acres .
destroyed and the average down if want

size of the fire.Schroeder r 1r 1 1i 1s.1. on you

said the average
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12.5 A acres report to presented 3.8 acres to'the down -
to cut on
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year. The service fought six .. .
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banged out a 10-0 "If we could have held onto On its second possession, (Hard driving James Harris But linebacker Lawrence
win here Friday night using the football and driven on in to still in the first quarter, got five yards to the Bradford Patrick intercepted a Dickey
the advantage of five dropped score, it would have turned Buchholz moved the football eight yard line on first down. pass on the first Buchholz play
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footballs by Bradford's mis- things around," Coach David 44 yards and Gainey attempted But middle linebacker following the fumble A x
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lake ridden Tornado offense Hurse said. a field goal from the Lawrence Patrick slammed recovery.In j
plus the passing arm of Bobcat The Bradford defense 31 but his kick was short and big Harris to the ground for ayard's [ business again at the ,
quarterback Daryl played a superlative game to the left. loss on second down Tornado 49, Bradford's
Dickey, son of University of Coach Hurse said, but had to But the Bobcat drive put the with a hard hit that could be Marvin Tyson ran for five .

Florida Head Coach Doug stay on the field too long. Tornadoes in bad field heard across the field, as yards and QB Norman ..'... ,. ,,..-.',/
Dickey. Esau Bright snapped up a possession. The Tornadoestook Harris attempted to run his completed a 6 yard pass to ":,:
fumbled punt Buchholz as the over on their 20 and pro- right end."Dickey Tyson, but big linebackerFree
Buchholz went ahead 3-0 third period ended giving the ceeded to fumble away the overthrew tight end Marion got in the Tor- 'i.'
with seven seconds remainingin Tornadoes possession at the football on their next three Steve White in the endzone on nado backfield to throw Tysonfor

the first half when James Buchholz 20. The Tornado possessions. third down from the nine, and a six yard loss to prevent a .
Gainey capped a 41 yard drive offense drove to the one, but QB Dickey hit wide receiver Gainey came on to boot the 26 first down. ,1wt ;
with a 26 yard field goal. The failed to put the football into Derek Hill on a 31 yard yard field goal on fourth down Norman punted 35 yards to

Bobcats made it 10-0 at 7:59:: in the endzone. completion to the Bradfordfive with seven seconds remaining the Buchholz 20, and the punt : T-Ik: : ,I
the third period when wide receiver Buchholz fumbled to the yard line after the third in the first half. receiver allowed the footballto
Pete Lang caught a Tornadoes early in the first Tornado fumble. But the Big Bradford kicked off to slip through his hands. On _

Daryl Dickey pass in the BHS period on the Buchholz 35. Red defense held giving up Buchho'lz again to open the the fly, Bright never slowed as .... ._.. .
end zone for a touchdown, and Bradford moved the ball downto only a yard in three plays. second half The Big Red he dove onto the loose footballfor
Gainey added the point after the 21 from where Marcus Tornado middle guard defense stopped Buchholz Bradford.

The Tornado offense could Cruce was called upon for a Kenneth Cruger, the defensive without a first down. The As the fourth period rolled
move the football on Buchholzbut field goal, but Cruce shanked standout of the night, stoppedbig Bradford offense came out around fullback Tommy The Big Red defense swarms over Buchholz's James (Harris. Gang tackling such as this limited
couldn't hold onto it, this one wide to the right and James Harris, the game's strong, Tyson getting four Reddish slashed over right the talented Bobcat runner to 82 yards for the night. It took sang tackling to stop the big running
Buchholz was tabbed a 13 short. Cruces' toe scored all leading rusher with 82 yardsin yards up the Bobcat middle, yard for six yards to the back. BUS defenders are Donald Reddish, number 20; Kenneth fruger, making the tackle Esau
point favorite by the school's the BHS points the previous 20 tries to half a yard when but on second down fullback Bright, number 35, and David Carter, number 5.HurseDisturbed.
home town newspaper, the week in a 6-0 win over Ocala he /hit Harris in the Buchholz Doug Reddish dropped a Buchholz 14. Running back
Gainesville Sun. Vanguard. backfield. QB Dickey ran pitchout as he ran right end Tyson moved the pigskin
right end on second down but and Buchholz was back in inside the Buchholz 10 on
the football and second down, but Bradford refused By
fumbled business at the Bradford 45.
recovered his own error. Pass interference was ruled the play as Buchholzwas
On third down QB Dickey against Bradford on first penalized half way to the

I lS'ianJQ. 9bL.J-tjl.i5'' faded slightly to pass. Cruger down, moving the football to goal, seven yards, and the
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had and
Tornadoes first
simply rushed the Bobcat the Tornado 30 with a first a goal

3-/1 :J.1l.Lj ..s o..tu.n..olClLJ ..s..u.m d el..Li passer and took the ball away down. Defensive tackle Marty from QB Norman the seven ran yard to the line righton Fumbles, Final Score
while Dickey was trying to Russell held big Harris to two
find receiver. the first down. first down, getting only one
a yards on
: SINBAD! THE GREATEST ...f I yard. Reddish ran left end for
Trying to move the ball But on the second down Only two parts of Friday's
two yards to the Buchholz 4
OF ALL ADVENTURERS! a." I from his own eight yard line, Lang, on the fly down the left yard line on second down, then 10-0 shutout by Buchholz High
I Bradford QB Jeffery Norman sideline, caught the Dickey displeased Coach David
in hard hit
got 2 Mi yards a over
mishandled the snap on first pass between two Bradford Hurse, veteran head coach of
Sinbadandf&&M
left tackle third down to the
down but recovered that loose defenders. QB Dickey had on the Fighting Tornadoes of r h ,
Buchholz line. The
football, losing a crucial yardin plenty of time to throw on the 1'4 yard Bradford High: 1)) the final
Tornadoes took a time out to 4l
the process. Marvin Tyson play. Buchholz then led 10-0 score, and 2)) the seven
decide what to do, for the
got four yards and Esau with 7:59: left in the third go fumbles by his team."Defensively C,
field touchdown
6P Bright followed with six more period.Bradford. goal or a on
1 I we played
-.: t &K3 teyfJ<-, -: :lUfc.) :-' i< ,. a but the mistake had cost the retained fourth down from the l'i yard well enough to win the game"
Tornadoes a crucial first possession of the football for line.Decision said Coach Hurse, speaking x
to for the
Butt w Bruits by Dwon P B N A down. BHS punted from its most of the remainder of the was go Monday afternoon after practice wr

.Tnn maUn r O ... own 17 the ball going out of football game, but could not TD.QB Norman faked to full- Hurse had looked at the ,+ '
bounds at midfield. put points on the board. movies of the game Sunday
back Reddish on the dive,
Buchholz moved the football Resorting to the halfback afternoon and came off ,
pulled the ball out and kept as
-3r 1L then, as time waned in the pass as the Buchholz defense pleased with improvement of r ,
he to right. But
# attempted run
first half. James Harris ran 14 crept up close to the line of the Bradford quarterbackwent his team over the previous
yards to the Tornado 31 before scrimmage, the Tornadoesgot week when Bradford gridderswon
down before three
1Uday SaZ4jzpl 1 Esau Bright came up from his two first downs as Marvin Buchholz linemen without large 6-0 over Ocala Vanguardon
1 cornerback spot, and got help Tyson shoveled the ball to inch.Remainder two field goals.
gaining an '
from linebacker Lawrence wide receiver Allen Normanfor "Quicker reactions by our
of the was
Patrick to stop Harris. 12 yards and tight end game defensive backfield could
without threats from either
Buchholz advanced to the David Walker for eight yards. team. have eliminated two of the

I I Tornado 13 on an 18 yard pass Tyson got through right guardfor crucial pass receptions they arm
from Dickey to Derek Hill, 12 yards down to the had," Coach Hurse, and that

H with Hill leaping in front of Buchholz 25 on the following STATISTICS was the closest he came to cri- Marvin Tyson scrambles down,
two Bradford receivers to first down, but fumbled the BHS BUCC. ticizing his gridders on anything dragged down by Buchholz's James the sideline for Bradford but is JHJ
take the ball high in the air. football away when tackled. First Dawns 1 10 but the seven fumbles. (lljrrls. Bj
1 Ydi. Ruihing 111 'tyds.
The last time Bradford
130
--- - - -- -- - PC PA Patting.ro_. 4-as IS 1.11.1 gridders fumbled that badlywas year varsity veteran. They "His/ quickness is such an
r r Punts 2.---:1: t-n t in 1970, also against were tabbed outstanding asset." says
m QQ( 1JiJ0Um 4 pOD( FumMat-Lott. '7.1 40 1.1Psnaalas 7' Buchholz a 14-14 in tie.a game The Tornadoeshad that endedin by offensive Coach linemen Hancock.of the week coach veteran:Mike middle Sexton guard of his

"ST ARKE'S OWN BAKERY" SCORING: 15 first downs to three for Also improved weak guard BuchhoU had plenty of respect
Buchholz in that 1970 contest. Issac Cummings and strong for Cruger. Sexton
11 Buchholi: 1'yard /Ilild goal G in y.
t 38 East Call St. Starke 9645890c. 10. "The offensive line played a guards Kenneth Cruger and noted, liocause the' Bobcul'

... 2) tuchholii Lang n yard pats from, fine ballgame. We look'like Roland Cummings, strong I tackles double teamed Cruger
OB DoryIDlck.y. Cutra polntGoln.y
KICK. 10-fl. last year's midseason form." tackle Kevin Neel and tight almost every play.
.f Hurse noted. "I feel we would ends Kenny Kodriquc and Although Alton :Moore was
NIGHT SPECIALS THIS WEEK have scored at least two or David Walker. Cruger and playing in only his second

Hunters Out three times had we been ableto Roland Cummings switch, off varsity. game roach Sexton
CHILDColor hang onto the football." on offense: both are stellar 'thoughtlton did a real good:
COCONUT JAM PUMPKIN PIES Four of the fumbles took defense players. Kevin !Neel job. He's/ come a long wax

y JOAN COLLINS SQUARES At Standing place five yards beyond the was 100 percent improvedover since! he first started."
a ii R08ERTLANSING line of scrimmage, Nurse the first game said Both defensive tackles
t BEYOND JOHN DAVID CARSON C $160 noted. Hancock. ,..etl'ran1.lrty: Hussell and
2/2j Test Range "It was a very frustrating DEF.SECONDARY newcomer Fred Wood, playeda l
**DOOR I evening not only for the The defensive secondary gixxi consistent defensive

demonuc poueinon c I coaching staff and players, played against Buchholz ballgame
lives,and grows... APPLE CINNAMON BREAD 75 I A 4,000 acre aviation test but our loyal fans as well." about the way it practiced last Russell, in his third year on
; and *... ta1llYlol(1yt range at Camp Blanding will Hurse said he is stressing in week not enthused, said the varsity< anchors the left
I and grow 1Y 7A)10( .. Open Mon-Sat. Til 5:30: P.M. be closed to hunters this Fall, practice this week that backs Coach Denny Hansen. side of the defensive line at 245
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a Camp Blanding Official should put both hands on the "We were in basically good pounds. "\V - - - - - -
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announced Tuesday football when they know they position. We just didn't make awful< lot on :Marty." Coach
.. are going to be tackled. the play," Hansen noted. Sexton sa>s.
Col. William E. Ellis, "We showed a lot of improvement The fact that the BUS Wood was in his
Blanding training officer, said offensively and secondary allowed BuchholzQB second football flaying period
1 he was told of the closing by defensively," Hurse noted. Daryl Dickey to completeover Wood will continue to improvewith
Col. Charles Gilchrist of the The Tornado kicking gameis 53 percent of his passes, 8 every game, the coach

State Arsenal. sound, Hurse said, "We just for 15 attempts, was brought says. "Fred. will do us a good
missed that field goal l; 27 about by a lackadaisicalof job. He'll get real consistentonce
Ellis explained that very yards is just everyday stuff practice, the coach said. he gets a few games
little game is found on the 300 for him." Hurse referred to "We did not work hard under his belt."

yard wide by 2,000 yard long the early game field goal try enough." Roland Cummings, the
barren bombing range and he by center Marcus Cruce. Esau Bright was named strong side defensive end
thought the closing would Best offensive back namedby defensive back of the week turned in good, steady per
have little effect on hunting. coaches for the Buchholz because of his defense againstthe formance. Cummings has not
The state is closing the rangeto game was wide receiver Allen run Coach Hansen said. been as physical and aggressive
hunters because of the large Norman, who gained the FRONT DEFENSE: as Sexton would like but

number of unexploded duds honor with his downfield Topping a superb defensive is al a new position, after
(bombs and shells) still in the performance by the Bradford last
blocking. Downfield blocking playing tackle year. "As
area. by all the wide outs was improved front seven were the efforts of !somas Roland gets his feet on
Hurse noted. middle guard Kenneth the ground and really beginsto
Cruger, who had 11 tackles have
a feel for the defensive
Jim Shatz, Blanding Game OFFENSIVE LINE and 2 aasists, including five end position, he's be
going to
Officer said he'd heard "This is going to sound tackles made in the Buchholz one of the better ones we've
unofficially the range wouldbe strange." said Offensive Line backfield and defensive end had "

off limits to hunting this Coach Bob Hancock. "We dida Alton Moore who played in his The two linebackers letter-
Fall but he still hadn't pretty good job. Looking at second varsity football game. ,
man Lawrence Patrick
the
WAKE UP TO WARMTH received conformation.The the films we came off the ball Cruger had several big strong side, and Issiah on
WITH
100 percent better than the plays for the Tornadoes, In- Jenkins, a newcomer at the
range is located three week before ( against cluding the one on which he weak side
both
position,
FREE HOMI SURVIT miles south of Dade Road Vanguard)." stripped QB Daryl Dickey of turned in steady
about two miles west of SR21. Most outstanding offensive the football as the Buchholz formances. per

Ellis said the fringe area linemen were center Marcus signal! caller stood in his b; k. "La\\rence is playing good
roads have all been .. ..
access Cruce and weak side tackle field on the b1 u1u. ,- steady football, but he's not
cleared and are totally safe Bobby Smith. Cruce Is up yard line waiting to pass into playing up to his capabilitiesright
t9 for hunter. from the JV. Smith is a two the zone. now," Sexton says.

Patrick handles the defense
CENTRAL HEAT & AIR real well on the field, and is a
team leader.
Ia I
'i Completely "We depend an awful lot on

Installed LET ME CLEAN UP YOUR IMAGE him.people but have I seen don't Lawrence think the at

his best," Sexton says. "When

he gets cranked up to his

$1690 .. game it" will be something to
watch.
.WITHRUSSELL'S Jenkins, another newcomer

M-IBlA ( uunuLa wu' ) in his, has first year come of a varsity long way football

,i.wls,1t Sexton says. There is still

24 H 0 1 U R Expert service on all makes air ia'.r > CLEAN SWEEP Jenkins room for Is going improvement to be a steady but

conditioning & heating equipment performer" the coach added.
We'vegot a lot going for us
4 defensively" Sexton said
782-3660 Evenings Or Weekends summing up. ,

SAWYER AIR "We've been doing a pretty'fair
CONDITIONING INC. Lawtey job as far as defensive
goals .oC each ballgame are
ho Air Conditioning Experts concerned" Sexton says.' No
AMAZING LITTER-EATING MACHINE team has scored a touchdown

JACKSONVILLE 711-4055 BEACHES 246-6471 on ball.BUS by rushing the foot
Each foe this season has
SIDEWALK been held to
less
STARXI '''''.7701 FREE DEMONSTRATION yards rushing. than 100.

CURBS "I'm proud of them."

% %-- ..' .. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED Sexton says "There is room
--- ., PARKING LOTS for improvement, but we're
beginning to settle down and
work at it now."



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Bradford's front seven dlJsln against/ the big Buchliolz line backer Lawrence Patrick number 67 at top left had 6 tackles -----------------------I -- ----
The Rig Red front seven held Kuchholz to OK/ yards rushing. and 13 assists. I
:Middle guard Kenneth Cruger./ number 6/1/ In center of photo !Marty Russell number 73 in center of photo, had four tackles
led the tough Ited dpf..ndt'nith II tackles and two assists. and four assists in anchoring the strong side of the Tornado line. MEN'S' j RACK OF MEN'S
I'ruger( ,quick a* a cal made five tackles in the liuchholz backfield Roland Cummings number 72 at top center had four tackles
including; fine Hack mi' the Bradford five where he broke and two assists from his defensive end position FARRAH HAGGAR l ,.-
through into the liuchholz backfield, caused the quarterback to Fred Wood, number 70 at bottom left Is a varsity starter at LEVIS
fumble the football, then made the recovery defensive tackle after coming out for football for the first time I
!Issiah Jenkins,number 61 at p"tremplpft.had H tackles and 12: this year. Coaches are high on Wood's potential, say he'll improve I DRESS SLACKS '
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t to Green Cove Springs break away from the pack. He with the ball Wingate "can 68, another senior, are strong I I II .
tomorrow night i Friday, Sept. is Clay High's best back. hurt you long is you let him," players who go both ways. Long Sleeve :I Short Sleeve I II
'. :HIP to take on the Blue Devils "Stop :Mr. Hoby and you the BHS scouting report Yant is a defensive tackle and I Ii DRESSSLACKS
of (.'lay, High, al/l p m. in the slop Clay thigh: Bradford states. Looney a linebacker. DRESS i j I DRESS
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J, season. scouting report tacked to the number 80 is a linebacker on a four man front with four Reduced i I i Reduced I II Values
If I the Tornadoes can hold locker room wall. defense. Keating, a senior, linebackers. The tackles are $Q9Q .. .)
onto the football, they shouldhe Leading Uoby on most playsis has good speed, is a strong split wide with the two inside i I I II i
ii solid favorite to beat the blocking back Scott Kline, blocker, and can be looked for linebackers stacked just TO$490 iI I TO$590 I II To *22SO t. .
small hut quick Blue Devils. A number. A senior, Kline has on the drag pattern. inside their shoulders to fill I :', '- 1
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win" if the Tornadoes are to blocks x ell. Kline can also run number 78. a senior, and left "
again work themselves into the football.! ALL MEN'S MEN'S FASHION > .i: .
the post season pla.solfs. Fullback Richie Willis, BHS Girls Near '
Districts 1 have been changedthis l another sophomore, is young PerfectIn Ira
season District foes this hut strong. He is also the free HATS JEANS ': 1j-.i1,
sear. for HIIS are 'lay High.1'al.itka. sutety on defense. Willis is 'l'1--t I :
and St Augustine described as aery hard Opening Home MeetThe Marked Down .... .....'
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scouts as a very aggressive 1 Tornadoes up the middle. t.,
teiim. flay High is .;3 so far \\IIlIS is a good blocker and girl's cross country finishers for BHS were: To ,.("f'
this season having lost 26-1); () to can run the ball when called team opened their home Tamara Ethridge, 12th; Jane $990. '-
Holies, -il-li I lo Augustine IIn season Tuesday afternoonwith Saucer, 14th; Valerie Chan-
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signal I caller describedas total team scores were 5 {
1.1 with a tt-0 opening tumor Vanguard( and Palatka. "
\v in liver <>kola Vanguard and a good runner, a good BITS 16, Vanguard 62, and I .
1.11ll'l'k's lo-o loss to passer, and very quick. Cindy Griffith took first witha Palatka 62. LEISURE SHIRTSFIXTURES
lUii'liholHigh.: High!( guard Ken :Maxwell, time(of 13:38:: for the two mile r
number :54. a team co-captain Coach Melba (Howard said
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( 1,1) High is described as a course Griffith was followed .
small' team but quick| olf the( is described as Clay's best IJteammates Linda she was pleased with her ,
lull, with qUick| t Kicks. The hlol'kl'l'n inside linebackeron l Richardson.. in second Laura team's finish even though the \ Now $690
Hint' Devils are goad hlockers the strong\ side. :Maxwell: is Chase in third and Virginia times were not outstanding. : 4 -
:Mostplayers also described as the Il'11'sIM'st ford in fourth. "We trained hard Mondayand !
mill plaiiggressisely go both waslilletisively. 1 defensive pla>er. Craw the girls were still tired" X --.-__________________
the Hlue Devilsiist Lett uu.iril Kddie Jenkins .lulls JI\nkerson finished Howard explained. Howard is j
a \\ishbone 111 1I'k11th number 70. is also a defensive sixth: In the race to finish out trying to ready her team for ALL TABLES OF LADIES
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liol number M.carrving Jenkins is an excellent this weekend at the FSU :.1F' -
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TELEGRAPII Sept.Z9.1977

Badcock Is Mens Flag: LeaderBadcock I Girls Collect Awards

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: extended its recordto The Merchants marched Aldridge brought Draw Tite Badcock is in first place
3-0 Sunday with a 24-12 win right back with Crews running back though hitting Dormon with a 3-0 record and Kitchensis Invitational
over the Country Boys to holdon 10( yards for a TO and then with a 20( scoring pass to tie in second with a 2-1 record. At Palatka
to first place in the Starke the score. The pass from Draw Tite Merchants I
Recreation DepartmentMen's passing to Jay Godwin for the Aldridge to Ross Chandler for Country Boys and LWCI are
Flag football league. extra point to give the Merchants the PAT was good giving all tied for third with recordsOf I The BHS girls cross country Tornado top five Nancy BOYS
Kitchens Tile kept right on a 13-7 lead. Draw Tite the 14-13 victory. 12. team came home with an arm McNeal finished 47th and Jane With only one runner back
the heels of Badcock with a ___.___.i __ load of awards from Satur Saucer took 54th to completethe from last year's squad and a
49-0 romp over LWCI while I 11 day's Panther Invitational at starting seven. late start on Fall practice the
Draw Tite picked up its first 1 Palatka but the BHS boys In addition to the individual boy's cross country team Is
win of the season edging the Y team came home empty trophies and ribbons the girls still I tuning up.
John Tatum the Tornadoesonly
Merchants 1413. .t handed received a large team trophyfor
LWCI 0.K.TILE 49 The girls finished second While Coach returning starter finishedin
Charlie Green threw four I ,nyIr.Y11 behind P.K. Yonge at Gaines- Melba runners-up.Howard was pleased 3rd place to lead the Tor
touchdown passes and ran for ville in the eleven team with her team's performanceshe nadoes. Other BUS finishers
another as Kitchens rolled 49-0 -'- t 'l'.w competition. Teams from thinks they might have in order, were: Todd Samons
over LWCI. .. r- f ; Jacksonville Gainesville St. done even better with Orms 52nd, Frank Coss. 73rd:
Green Kitchens the '_ Augustine and Ocala were in Donald Wilson. 80th, William
got on Y 'bee, who was out of town, in
board early with a 20 yard run ', I N the competition.The the line up. Cooper 65th: Reggie Brown
for a TD. The PAT failed boys team after gettingoff "With Merrl we could have 86th
making the score 6-0. ,i 4I to a late practice start pushed P.K. (Yonge) but it's
finished 12th out of 12 teams in hard to beat a team when they Mobile Home

Green went right back to I the competition. have a girl finish first and Service Poles ,,
work hitting Randall McGee r ktl GIRLS have a couple more close
with a five yarder for a TD The Lady Tornadoes run- behind her," Howard said. too AMP
and then hitting Emmett t : ,____ I -Th'4' ning without Merri Ormsbee Laura Shey of P.K. Yonge I 20"
Bright for two TD pases of 50 had a very strong showing proved experience Isn't
yards and three yards. Kit f.a bs finishing second behind PK. always necessary for success. 200 AMP' I
chens converted for one PATto + Ar Yonge. In her first big race the fresh
make the score 25-. Cindy Griffith and Laura man finished in first almost a I
Just before half time Green Chase both received trophiesfor minute ahead of the second
found Johnnie Powell in the t Ykra finishing in the top 15 place finisher.
pnrbnne to make the score 31-0 runners while Linda Richardson -
BHS also well
end zone to make the was represented
31-
score and
'al Virginia Crawford
their JV teamT"
by girl's
3.U half> '''Pie.! .. .ie on in r { Judy Handerson each pickedup
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the second half to get things '-- -- ..', .-. _... -- -- ...H-t rfimri jf IT-.4 I i ribbons for finishing in the

rolling running five yards fora Judy Hankerson cracked the top five for BUS In her first race finishing 25th overall at the top 30 runners.
TD making the score 37-0 Palatka Panther Invitational. Hankerson finished strong nipping a runner from Lake Viler In the Griffith was running a
Prevatt then hit Johnny last 10 feet of the two mile race. f i S9S!t"'X1'Jr-=-! "tdi1i' ...........,:.:..JCindy strong third with a chance for SCISSORS PRECISION SHARPENED
Powell with a 20 yard pass to second when she made a

Prevatt run the to score Bright to pass 43-0 in the A Local Volunteer Firemen To Observe the Palatka Griffith Panther took a sixth Invitational at After wrong losing turn on valuable the course.time C '

last minutes of the game went despite misting a turn she doubled back to the right 7 5 With This Coupon
for TD and still sixth
a making the final course managed
and having to double back an
Fire Prevention Week Oct. 9 9-15
score 49-0 in favor of Kitchens, extra 300 yards. Griffith was place despite running an extra
BADCOCK 24 C.BOYS 12 300 yards.
running third with a shot at
The Country Boys put a "Where There's Smoke of the organization will be Harry Green said anyone who second before the error. Laura Chase looked much STARKE SEWING CENTER
scare into Badcock but the There Should Be A Smoke talking to school children in would like their premises improved over last year witha
furniture men came out Alarm" is the theme of Law ley and Brooker about the inspected for fire hazards strong finish in 15th. 215 E. Call St.
throwing in the second half to national Fire Prevention importance of fire safety. should get in touch with the Richardson finished 22nd.
earn a 24-12 win. Week this October 9-15 which Each unit will hold a parade respective department in "Never cut what you can Crawford 23rd and Hankerson25th Limit 1 Per Coupon Not Valid After 1 10/15/77
Joey Bennett drew first will be carried out locally by Saturday winding up fire their area, untl...." Joseph Joubert to round out the Lady -
blood for the Country Boys members of the Bradford prevention week, ahd end at I
running 15 yards for a score County Firefighters each station for the open
and a 6-0 lead. Association (BCFFA) selling houses. Bronkpr Volunteerswill
Tommy Hannagan brought fire alarms. host a spaghetti supper. PICK YOUR
Badcock back to tie the score Members of the BCFFA will Bradford County will have a
at 6-6 hilling Wesley Sheffield also hold open houses at fish fry. and Lawtey and FOOD OWN FRESH FRUITS
with a 35 yard pass for a TD respective units to show Theressa will also have open
With the score still knottedin equipment Saturday October houses.
third quarter Badcock 15. During the week members President of the BCFFA, -
started to roll. Hannagan hit
John Watson with a 20 yard
pass to make the score 12.6. ". ,..- .. .. Al Pantry Pride we Offer fresh fruits and
John. Watson' was on the MAUMf,NTOF OWNtHbMIP' VAMAGfcMt NT CIRCULATION' FAI vegetables loos* se you can select the ones
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throwing end of the next ...,.,;c.;;:'". .. that suit your critical eye-pick one oas
Badcock score hitting Steve '," .-..V-.,'"p* c-i' .-r T'V'-' ?"u'ltutwn'a,. .'','.!tl1re. "" ..)>.,Ibt II I A I N r .f many as you need. If they're packaged,

Walker with a 13 yard pass to -..'... ...".....". .. ...' ..... :4. : ; ,,5 Tjj open them te check the- freshness for

the raise half the the score Watson to 18-6 to Later Walker in '" .....'. ..'fl'l....1"..., ."......rli..(...".,......'...rd-. 'nunty,., ......'I... ,."......,3IWI'..... SUPERMARKETS \ yourself.
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combination clicked again fora ,, rvC.1[:! fnum:: riorliU! !: ""II
TD raising the score to 24.6. "...... =: PACKER LABEL
The Country Boys came ..-.f f, r'r.?,',, back with Joey Bennett 'r '
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20 yard pass for the first TD of .y.ttljt. .::IH;-MIU"Wltll. P"lM *:tHANblUIIUHlMl. ',.krffiMdo '".r..r,
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Lady Voile'yballers Drop Pair To GHS .''L. A I II


ball The team Bradford dropped' High Volley. own serves putting the ball GHS -15,15 BHS 15.8,1 g i points by Emma Murphy 1 Zr'
Gainesville and Buchholz games to Into the net and out of bounds. BUS 12,12 Oak Hall 2,15.3Oak S Sandra Barnes put the game
picked up a win over Oak and clear out of reach serving the
to even their record Hall Buchholz kept on going The lady Tornadoes were Hall grabbed the lust! six points to give the
at 2.2 in shutting out BUS 15-0 in the Tornadoes
action this past week. first plagued by mistakes in their momentum against the Lady!; the win.
game. first match on the road losing Tornado second string i in I Harvey said her team still
BuchhoU ir.-,. the In the second game behind two close games to the Purple game two forcing BHS into a I isn't watching the ball like
BUS 0.10 and serving Emma of Janice Jockel Hurricanes 15-12 and 1512. third game to preserve a they should and while their
Murphy BHS match victory.In serves are improving they
The BUS girls jumped to an early 7.2 lead still lack
found the In the opener BUS was the opener BHS had an consistency.
serves of Buchholz too hot to before Buchholz stormed back forced into playing catch up easy time putting Oak Hall I Sandra Barnes was commended art .
handle Tuesday night as they to take the game and match the entire game. Falling away 15-2. Betty Jean Hudson by Harvey for her .
dropped two straight games to bya_ score of 1510. behind quickly 4-1 Tornadoes served for six points and receiving and setting of the
the Bobcats.In Coach Inez Sandra Barnes and Terri Sylvian Jenkins served for; hard serves from Oak flail. r
the opening game the girls were still Harvey said her Parrish combined to notch the five in the game.
Lady Tornadoes couldn't even their not keeping score at 44.Gainesville. After the easy opening win.
eye on the ball and CB'eraMeet
return the thundering servesof weren't alert Just Coach Inez Harvey started t
the Bobcats and had to rely game. in the first came right back her second string in the The Stardusters CB Club Slr
on Buchholz serving errors to The Bobcats serving three straight points Oak Hall came held their monthly meeting at d -
get a service break. toughest team the were the but Betty Hudson answered back bend the serve of Joy the Clay Co-operative Sept. 9
When the break did come have faced this Tornadoes those three points plus one to Baldwin. for a fun and educational get-
I BBS had problems with their have a record of 9o season-. and give BHS a short lived 8.7 Baldwin's hard side-arm together.
lead.
serve was too much for the The fun part was awarding
JL subs as Oak Hall got a 6-0 lead the trophies. The Lady
Following a service break before Baldwin served too Agitator award went to "Mail
Gainesville ran off five in a long giving. the Tornadoes a Lady," Mary Ann Shank s 'a
row to take 12-8 lead. chance.
a Terri serving as a license to agitate
i Roberts Thomas and Emma Murphy The hard serve of Baldwin her husband Bob for a .-'.'
brought the Tornadoes back to had upset the Tornadoes and month. 1
tie the game at 12-12 but once they had trouble with their "Samson" Franklin Hilton
Bait Tackle again mistakes helped the own serves. Harvey put her accepted the Mr. Agitator ;
Purple Hurricanes to serve top six back in the game but trophy. The Mrs. Channel Hog
three straight and take the Oak Hall had already gainedthe award went to"Happy Lady"
964.5143 match.In advantage they needed. Gladys Beach, and Mr. Sylvia Jenkins goes high above the net for a block in Tornado girl's volleyball action against
I Sandra Barnes and Sylvian Channel Hog went to "Jo ire' Oak hall
Seepla llkl the second game BHS Jenkins did manage to close bird," Danny Wilcox..
>. opened a wide lead of 11.2 over the gap but Oak Hall took the The Grand Award of a tin
their hosts using the serves of second game 158. bucket went to "Angel Face" Starke
I, 1 SHINERS Sandra Barnes and Sylvian Janice Jockel got the Karen Brunson who now Cowboys Drop 3 Games
t MINNOWS Jenkins but Gainesville did Tornadoes on track in the holds the title of Bucket
not quit. rubber match opening with
Mouth.
WORMS three straight points. Oak Hall More fun time was a surprise In Inititation Into Pop Warner PlayThe
Holding the next five BHS managed to notch the score at birthday cake in honor of
BOAT RENTALS servers to just one point 3.3 but from then on it was all "Rockin1 Robin," Shelly, the -
Gainesville came from behindto BHS. Perret's daughter and Starke Cowboys Pop
DRINKS .1 win 15-12 and take the Terri Thomas scored three Firecracker," Clark Jr., the Warner teams made their
ft
SNACKS match. straight followed by two big Stovall's son. debut Saturday and while
I they came out on the losing
, end in all three games it was a
learning experience for the
.\ players.The .

. F into the boys games from with Starke only went two

I days practice in pads becauseof
i. the late organization of the
league. All of their opponents
J started their practice two
" months ago so just being ableto
stay on the field was an
accomplishment.The .
junior midget team puta
I scare into the Keystone
Panthers putting up a stiff
'; 'd'6a fight before falling 2413.
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Green Cove practice Association Presi- Warner field at the Bradford
Springs where
dent Ron Thibodeaux said.
:' ROAST County "Fairgrounds
BREAD2OA they were beaten by the Green entmnothl
Thibodeaux said the
Cove Gators 460. since \'. Thibodeaux said,
boys had been in pads only two but therelal
The one problem
boys have
(USDA;" ] but may didn't lost the days before Saturday, the "Thl'relere more people
TWIN game they lost
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PACK < .
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Pete Sparks Alone County Agents: By .


Notebook Bobby I "


But Taylor : t .

Never Lonely ..

Phone: 964-6280 Ext. 209 Even though theyare more

expensive to grow on a per
acre basis, small rains and
: "I may be alone but never all whelpings and is expert at million visitors. He lecturedon Even though cattle prices ryegrass for grub can be
', lonely were the words tracing dog lines. snakes to the visitors. have not improved significantly beneficial on mazy farms.

r spoken by Pete Sparks, dog this year, cattlemen The same steps for production
breeder and the person However, dog breeding is Sparks has some unusual I should be thinking about how of winter legumes ihould be
i labeled by PEOPLE not his only Interest. Sparkswas dogs one called "the dog in they will feed their herd in the followed for small gains and

magazine as "the untitled the leading authority on the barn" was born in the barn W winter months. They need to ryegrass.Rye .
dean of) American dog snakes in the United States. and in five years has never a I'i.w. consider a program that will Is the small grain most
fighting." He exhibited the largest left the barn. He will put his 1stlr supply the most feed and widely used for winter
pythons in the U.S. at the 1939 nutrients for the least amountof
front paws on the steps but grazing.: Rye Is core cold
Pete Sparks lives a quiet life World's Fair in New York will not leave the sanctuary of i money. tolerant than oits and
among his 85 dogs and pups City. He had a snake exhibit at the barn. Carney, the dog's For some cattlemen who generally products more
his rabbits, chickens andburros. the fair. Sparks slept on a cot given name, was in a litter of have plenty of native pasture forage than either: oats or
He has made an ap- in the snake cage so that he that was stolen from the (woodland or range) a liquid wheat. Avoid plaiting un-
pearance on the Mike Douglas might prevent burglaries. The pups barn. Carney avoided being protein or range mix supplement adapted rye from northern
Show along with Duncan admission to the snake exhibitwas taken by huddling against the r might be the best. states will produce little

Wright, president of the 10 cents. Sparks opened wall. When Carney is used for Others might have grown and forage in late fall or early
American Dog Owners the exhibit in the spring of '39- stud, the bitch is taken to him harvested hay or corn. But winter and will uaially be
Association. Sparks was thereto and by May 30 had had one In the barn. most cattlemen will need togrow severely damaged I tby leaf
defend dog fighting In the some type of winter
United States. forages. rust.Rye varieties reconmended

Paulk, Taylor Attend Ag Meet ..'_... .....-- .. ..".. ... .-. -- -- ._.. I still suggest winter for late fall and eary winter
"A good( sportsman will\ not legumes like white clover for grazing are Wrens Abruzzi.
allow his dog to be killed. He folks who have suitable land. Gator, Florida Blick and
has the option to pick up his A three day conference heldin of the housing Pete Sparks holds his new mule colt, put of the Shetland pony mare at left and sired by the They are frost tolerant and Weser. McNair VUagraze,
county
Sicilian burro at right. The colt was born May 2 and Is shown above at about six weeks,
don and leave at time"Sparks supply highly nutritious
anv Orlando of the State can Pennington Wlnterg-azer 70,
told the Telegraph. He Association of County Com securing development a federal authority grant and :How did Pete come by the Shetland pony and the burro? He traded Pit Bull pups for them, of feed during the winter and ACCO Wr-811, Curie; Grazer

explained how( the dogs are missioners was attended by long term loan from the course. The Shetland pony came from an Island off the coast. of Georgia where woman kept a months.This is the best 2000, Explorer, and elbon are
herd of the small horses.The burro came to Pete as a colt. time
for
conditioned fighting and Bradford County com Farmers Home Ad- to have good feed because recommended for water and
Pete keeps his equine family to satisfy a childhood desire to own a All of Pete's 76
some of the ramifications of missioner, Mrs. Hazel Paulk ministration. pony. years most cows have calved early spring grazing.
he's wanted a since he was a kid on a farm but a would not have been productive.
this sport though illegal In and county agent Bobby pony pony and need the feed to produce Oats may be planted and
some parts of the United Taylor. Cedric Smith, president of Finally, at 70, Pete got his pony. milk to get the calf off to a grazed earlier than ne.. They

States. Sparks stated that he Representatives of the the Florida Cattlemens good start. are very palatable, but
Is a breeder, not a fighter, of Florida Cattlemens Association, and Mrs. Most legumes, when susceptible' to frost injury.
fighting Pit Bull dogs. Association, the Soil Con- Josephine Cameron of the properly inoculated, will Recommended varieties are
Sparks is a retired govern servation District, the Florida Florida Association of Home supply nitrogen for their own Florida 501, Elan, and Coker
ment clerk with 32 years of Association of County Economics Agents praisedMrs. growth and provide some
service some of which included Agriculture Agents and the Paulk for her efforts and nitrogen for other plants 227.Ryegrass Is a valuable
four! years In the Navy. Florida Association of Home active participation in the growing with or followingthem. winter and spring grazing
Part of his government service Economics Agents each agriculture field as the only 1II This can be a big savingof crop for use on our natw.ods
was in the Virgin Islands participated in discussions woman on the Agriculture v, fertilizer dollars in a soils. Ryegrass may be seeded
where he helped design the telling what activities the Committee of the com- pasture production program. alone,or with a small grain on
official flag for this U.S. agencies had been involved in missioners state association. There are some important a prepared seedbed. It can
possession. He came t to and supplied informationabout steps that need to be followedin also be overseed onto per-
Florida 11 years ago at the each agency. Officers elected during the f a legume production manent grass pastures if the
invitation of another dog Donald Lander, county conference were: president, program. Soil selection and pasture is mowed or grazed
fancier. lie brought his extension director from Wayne Godwin, from Santa sampling for a soil analysis closely before planting.
present home from a retired Collier County gave a slide Rosa County; vice-president! 1l 11 1 should always be first. Recommended ryegrass
New York policeman who was presentation on farm labor Jack Moss, from BrowarciCounty Legumes like a soil that is varieties are Florida Rust

allergic to the Florida rains.In housing reported Mrs. Paulk. and secretary- naturally moist but not sub- Resistant Gulf, Magnolia
addition his The 100 unit farm labor treasurer Zearl Lancaster ject to flooding. Most of.-our' Northrup King Tetrablend 444
to 85 and
( dogs
__. EspamhiA Cnnntv..ullipiCJV ___ .. Institute GraduatesThe flatwoods areas are suitable.A .
pups. Sparks also is the ownerof h ousing \. .I 1 u 1 laGirl t h e resu, It from n Correctional.Training and Pennington Wintergreen.Call
a Sicilian burro. This burro( soil analysis will determinethe or visit your .,County

has the sign of the cross on his ......." .... Scout News............ kinds and amounts of lime Agents office in Starke if you
Department of Offender' Rehabilitation has announced that Florida( State Prison and fertilizer that will need to want more information about
A four old
back. month
colt and employees I-r): James M. ParrIsh Joseph C. Lajoie and llumbrrto Gonzalez, and Lawtey be applied.The seeding times, rates, etc.
,weighing 35 pounds BY CAROLYN EAVES Correctional Institution employees Eugene V. Chason. Frederick: Prescott and Bobby King next step would be to
standing just two feet high, Kelly, recently participated In the Correctional Training Institute at Haiford. select varieties that are
sired by the burro, has the 669 has been troop in Starke and-or has This Is the and have SREC Will Meet
the
Senior Troop no. seventeenth CTI group to enroll in the minimum standards<< curriculum. which is required adapted to area
faint outline of the same distinguishing for the signed up for Girl Scouts and law.The Institute Is and well for
meeting past few by Training program taught In conjunction Ith Lake City Community grown produced
mark. weeks and they have already has not been contacted have pleasebe few College, and the graduates earn nine semester credits for successfully completing the full time, grazing. White clovers like Oct.4, In BrookerA
We
attended patient. a SI and Nolins Improved
a Senior Planning 160 hour course. Louisiana -
Sparks who was released Board meeting at Camp vacancies in leadership and The program Includes Instruction in the Criminal Justice System, Legal Aspects of Correc White have proven community meeting to
from Union General Hospital Chowenwaw. we are trying to fill them as tions themselves perrenial elect a target area representative -
Many plans for a Operational Procedures Principles of Supervision Human Relations and Technical as good
on July 21, is back taking'care busy year are made and mostof soon as possible. If you can Training Skills which include Firearms, First Aid and Fire Fighting Technique. varieties. Annual clovers like for the Suwannee
leader
of his animals and enter. the Seniors will assist recommend call a possible Janet .....-.............................. .--..-,... hubam crimson, and red have River Economic Council
taming his visitors to his Brownie and Junior troops.'adette please me or also been good crops on some (SREC) county board will be
breeding farm. Sparks had I Troop no. 520 met last Kimutis now. farms. held in the Brooker Elementary -

surgery to remove a large Wednesday at the Methodist .x C r. Inoculation of legume seed School cafeteria
kidney stone. Church and elected delegatesto All leaders meet tonight with nitrogen fixing bacteria Tuesday October 4, 7:30: p.m.
a Cadette Training Day at (Thursday Sept. 29)) at 7 p.m. just prior to planting is a Jonathan Lewis, county
Sparks has dog fanciers Camp Chowenwaw. This was at the First United Methodist must. This is especially analyst and Mrs. Barbara
from all over the United last t Saturday that Cadettes Church for a Neighborhood necessary when planting a Easley, Outreach worker said
States calling on him for his from all of Gateway Council meeting. Once again Girl legume on a pasture for the everyone in the community is
When in car ahead of you'slows to turn or to stop;be courteous and, to-attend. -
well for verification received Scouting is changing, just someone a prepares Mirst time.J'- Basked!
pups as as training in all phasesof about the time think 'null_.. slightly to._ the right _U" _) _tJia.drivrfi_. ._... _bfihiricf1_.m._' you can CAR his _brake._.__ light': ""
..aene .lines.\ Sparks can the Cadette program.:After you you
trace the lineage of his dogs lunch they enjoyed swimmingand know all there is to know they
back through a 30.year period. visiting. Plans now are to (National) do this. Could be 7
He keeps accurate records of form a Cadette Planning that is why they change. NOTICESTxEPLf7A.I /

Board similar to the Senior Anyway please come so you I

Planning Board. Those attending will be better informed. 1>k /lentl4f/ y'.l i ----
'
Lowtey4-H from Starke were Andrea Abrams attended a i6 iI

Gwen Gray. Carolyn Eaves, Brownie Workshop last OFREGULATION i ,, 11 C Ill tk 11'1111 5711 t=G'/. :' ; \----tl !
and heard all
Wednesday
l Hope Jackson Genelle Tyson lgsi/
a n I,
Dawn Schoemng and Carmen about new format for + :200 _
Our first 4-H Club meeting (Kaves.Krownie. Brownies and Juniors which I ION
enrolled over 30 youth! The she will share tonight. Janet 'C I

meeting was held. September troops and Junior Kimutis and I attended Field = 01 ;
15 at the Lawtey Elementary Conference last at
and Thursday ;
are meeting
schJU We saw a film on 4HproBts Troops for the If Chow which we will share. See / cRr ti = irn

vice. We and played volunteer relay games ser making your daughter; plans has been year.in a you at 7 p.m. .; f \ iii;: I J'I.' ., ', S I I'

and planned to elect club -
officers at our next regular I

meeting which will be .,,' 1 1 I 11 +, q I I t K )
Thursday October 6, 7 m at = \I
p
t I t 1 t
Laptev Elementary school. LAND USE l It o- 'I /tIc/ l lr
Our regular monthly meeting I _
will be held on the first
_
month. I h, l I/N.\/ 'il' O
Tuesday fo every ;: -
There are plans being It, ID I Il
discussed participation in the DELICIOUSAPPLES
annual Christmas parade and !'
'
many other exciting adventures l- : .:
CUKES ; .:: '
D) ,,
and learning activities I a '
will be coming up. ., O i'AI\' ; IiO/ : 1.11"l '" 1// /
leaders hf'/Vn/tl1/ l\///
Our first monthly
x l'iRAluagl A, UI I !SI'kl\I.'
'I l I
meeting was held September $100TOMATOES 1 t"I I
22 the home of Charlenc
at 3 Lbs. Ea rq 'V I. -
-
1.1 :
Howard. Delicious cake and '! A' .: I IU
t 1+
coffee w aod in a warm It 1 r
= -
This w' ttl'lt'I' / C r' 'II'I /t /w +
and friendly atmosphere. l
A' ,, ,
WHITE t ; m
meeting was attended by :Mrs. too + c

Charlene Howard :Mr. and -t.r. oJ ..
Mrs. Edward Orleman :Mrs. -- --j I
GRAPES39C
Helen Wright Mrs. Brenda / "P,,.. niic.tr .1"rs l"f 111.1 iI
'o
Stroud and teen leader Josie \I ll -
Lb. j" I I I 1 I I'f v// I ; 3
and ideas
Capehart. Plans 1a / +D
were exchanged for 4-H activities Lb. 79C \\t k- h /I: "I III'
that will be taking i

!place durira the coming year. I
We are still in need oi adult I' 230
I'ul\IS01 IMI KIST g x- : 'n1
project leaders. We also need /1 ivy I/ '/ r '
_
cloth donated to our l'oinGl1brt.lan'Aw.rrdl"nh.0'/ y'i / (
IRI'I
/ // 0Irl
scrapes ,
SEAFOOD ;
new quilting class. We are //fill" I/ft//1'/ /11/1/l l i l

O Loans Lrytnii .. :._ / '
with O
of fering cUsses in sew ing O t ;; r -
Helen W bht. livestock with O Vmurtiliknv\, I lii-lil .,I ? ;
CharlcgV Howard quilting O lli.tiliuril. t mum Fur (..m..I. '" al r
with jIPs. Orleman. horse ROCK SHRIMP 011.11..1'. iiiililt lliispil.ll \\f'' "
projMiwith Rena Herndon O llr.iillnril. I h! Skllnol :.. 11 I' It. l i"" + iO t 1 I
recMtion with Brenda O h.imlH'T,' Oft iinnnrrcc +/ I\'II k' + / =
'.
Limited Supply) "
( Olin
Strou with Ed hell||
electricity .
Oiiiiintv, -
J.iilDl
with ?1'1 If k.
ward Orleman, dog care ( oiirlhtiuseffl r A n5/
Betty Rudd and food andnutrition + I
$199Lb. I VpiilD =
with Josie Capehart. ( fire Sl.ili.ni, + '1 fl r,
.
We welcome( all volunteersand 9 Liuhr& \\altt. .PlnnlD '
= I
project ideas.Registration < Miilillr' S<'hutil ,- ;;., / l'1\, 1 f/I \,
1
for new LOAD OF APALACHICOLA mtl.s.I'u.iOfac.) k.I
FRESH I
members and leaders is still 4 Scnice CrnltrB
5
)t X4
opens loin now. We are Bom Medium SizeSHRIMP 49 < Siiiuhiiile klrinriil.iry, !School L"
Call !Slacks tk-nirnlarv School ('III
to
have a great year 782.3010 or (Heads Off) Lb. mvu. Technical Sihuul 111115 -- -
Charlene Howard.

Brenda The first Stroud horse 7823910.care project L .J '. .

meeting was held September OYSTERSNorman's Pint 5249 __ _

20 Herndon., at the Plans home were of made Rena NOTICE OF REGULATION ON LAND USE

for the course of study to be
followed at the next meetings. Farm
Refreshments of cookiesand The City Of Starke Commission Proposes To Regulate The Use Of Land Within The Area Shown On The Man .In Tills .


Next juice meeting was served.will cover Produce & Advertisement. By Adopting t A Comprehensive Plan For The Future Oovolopmont Of The .Ineorporatod City Area Of It...... k

"washing the horse"Meetingsare &.. I:'

third held Tuesday once a of month the month.on the Seafood Market A Public. Hearing On The Proposal Will Bo Hold' On Oct 11,11111:00: P.M. At fie Commission Mooting Room. I


'Brandi Members and attending Sherry Herndon were:, 617 N. Temple 964 6O71 City Hall, Starko, Fla. .

Khondice '
Stroud Mike Mary Rourke Wright. Sheila. OPEN 8:3O am 6 pm Merrill Edward* City Clerk II

Tony and Becky Anderson Man Sat. -
Kenneth Howard and Suzl and t
Barbl Newport


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first Baptist Church To Try Awards Banquet- Held At Pine Level ST... EDWARDS, NEWS I

I Thirty four young people of Thornton for track and field; prepare and serve the meal I
the Pine Level Baptist Churvh Bobby Milner and Crystal were Mrs. Joy Faulkner.Mrs. Reverend Father Patrick M'Augustine: president ot the
for Great Day This Sunday had an Awards Banquet Thornton for go-karts; Bret Julia Alvarez, Mrs Shirley Foley participated in DCCWT:i Mrs. David White, of
Saturday evening, September Smith and Cindy Gornto for Moore, Mrs. Dianne Moody, ceremonies at St. Augustine Jacksonville, Diocesan
I 24. frisbee toss; Louie Starlingand Mrs. Jeanne Moody, Mrs. on September 21 when the Organization Services.
attendance goal for Sunday Rev. Bryant will begin the Cindy Gornto for Harriette Jackson, Mrs. Cathedral Church there was Commission Consultant;; also
First Church of
StarkSunday has Baptist selected this School has been set at 500. Alert by making the first The young in people had been basketball; and to Bobby Margaret Jackson Mrs. Sue designated a Minor Basilica. members of Holy Faith and
October 2, as "GreatDay" This is 20 more than the all telephone call. Every leaderin events competing different athletic Milner and Shelly Rowe for Tilley, Miss Linda O'Rear, Father Foley along with St. Patrick's parishes in
of 480, throughout the sum- Miss other parish priests received a Gainesville, Epiphany ParishIn
the Cowart and
high Sunday school Sherry Mr.
i t oincide with the BoldAdvan time previous golf.Reverend
After the
mer.
meal, trophiesand of the Official Document Lake St Mary'sParish
which occurred March 21. organization will then call a Pat McCall, and Mrs. Bruce Scott. copy City
promotion of all the ribbons were awarded for received from Pope Paul VI In Macclenny, and St.Madeline's .
South 1977, said Rev Bryant. designated person or pastor of the Faith Baptist The group was served fruit
Churches
n Baptist their
The'First Baptist Alert' has so that each one will have achievements. Church in Jacksonville, was cocktail. tossed salad, roast and read at the ceremony by Parish in
iut the
throng state
pastor en says been designed to remind been alerted to be a part of Trophies were awarded to the guest ,speaker for the beef, baked potatoes, corn, Msgr. Harold Jordan, a for- Chiefland Other Members of
Bryant.It Faulkner
of this important "Great Day," Harry for bowling; evening. broccoli, rolls and strawberry mer pastor of St. Edward's. St. Edward's Altar Society
is attendance everyone
high day said Rev Bryant. Bobby Smith and Suzanne Those who helped to shortcake. Bishop Paul Tanner concelebrated attending were Mrs. Victor
set on e first Sunday of thechurch occasion Mass with all the Ashline i Deanery
calendar year. An Saturday night, October 1 1. Included In "Great Day" Florida Bishops Monsignorsand Corresponding Secretary and

activities will be a children's I FLOYD E,.KING ObituariesKing Hamilton, Scotland. Mrs. I many priests. Mrs. Richard Coss Com-
picnic following the morning Howe was a member of the Also attending/ this event munitv Affairs Commission
Clip Me! worship service for those who Floyd E. King, 55, of Rt. 1 of Lawtey; one sister, Community Church and the were Mrs. Lester Humphries, Chairman for the Deanery
% come to church on the buses, Lawtey died Wednesday, Mrs, Pearl Cambell of Keystone Heights Woman's Mrs.Josephine Gumber, Mrs.
r said Rev. Bryant. September 21, at his home.A Lawtey,and 11 grandchildren. Club. Victor Ashline, Mrs. Richard
] Me In! 1 lifetime resident of f Funeral services were held Survivors Include a Coss, Mrs. Victor Gingras, MRS.DOX'IE LOl'SIE'
Bring First Baptist provides a Bradford County, Mr. King Saturday, September 24, in daughter Mrs. Janice Nibertof Mrs. Gay Richards and Mrs. IIOGAN
Bible study group for all ages, was born February 28, 1922. ,the Union Primitive Baptist Keystone Heights; a son, John Samons. Mrs. Hum-
I II said Rev. Travis Kimbril, He was a retired carpenter, Church with Elder' O M. Tom Howe, Bradford, Penn- phries and Mrs. Cumber also
minister of education. "Great farmer and a member of the Yarborough and Elder sylvania; a sister, Mrs. Elizabeth attended the Cathedral Mrs. Dovie Louise Hogan,
Day" is for the purpose of Union Primitive Baptist Cromer Crawford officiating. Grosberg, of Keystone Concert given by the 72, of Star Route, Hampton,
II acquainting the total com- Church. Burial was in Dyal Cemetery. Heights; three grandchildrenand Jacksonville Chorale on the died Saturday September 24.
munity with the importance of Survivors Include his wife, DeWitt C. Jones Funeral two great grandchildren. night preceeding the in Alachua Hospital in
studying God's Word, says Mrs. Annie Mae King, Home was in charge of Funeral" Services will be celebration. They spent that Gainesville.Born .
II Rev Kimbril. Lawtey; six daughters: Mrs. arrangements. held at 2 p,m. on Thursday, night at the Ramada Inn September 28. 1904.( in
Helen Haddock, Mrs Diane Sept. 29, 1977 at the Keystone there. Bullock County Georgia. Mrs.
i 'Be a part of "Great Day," Walker and Mrs. Kitten Rewisall LEERHODENSR. Heights Community Church DKANKHYKOAKD! Hogan had lived in the

1M II pastor Bryant says in issuinga of Jacksonville, Judy King, with Rev, Tom Poston officiating :MKETIMJ Hampton area for many
.rte welcome (to all to Shirley King and Cleo King, Lee Rhoden Sr. 68, a native On September 21 Mrs. John years. She was a member of
participate. all of Lawtey; two sons: John of Starke, died Wednesday, Burial will be in McKean Samons, Gainesville Deanery the Hampton Baptist Church.
IIII King of Starke and Tommy! September 21, at his home in County Memorial Cemetery, President, presided at the Survivors include one sister.
Ocala.A Bradford, Pennsylvania. Deanery Board Meeting held Mrs, Hattie Williams of
retired welder, Mr. Those who desire may contribute in St. Edward's Parish Millen. Georgia: and Len her
I Rhoden was a member of the to the Community Rectory This was a stepfather William J, "Bill"
CENTR '. L WALLACE Baptist Church. Church Building Fund. preparation meeting for the Underwood of Hampton
Survivors include his wife, Fall Gainesville Deanery I uneral services were hold
I II Meeting scheduled for October Tuesday. September 27, in the
Eleanor H. Rhoden of Ocala; Day of Discovery, the
FUR 20 at Epiphany Churchin Hampton Baptist Church with
a daughter, Mrs. Barbara largest syndicated television -
,
Rev Richard
,Morrison, Springfield, New show in the world Lake City' Marshburn
II Out of town members of the officiating Burial was in
Jersey; a son, Lee Rhoden of Cypress Garden's famous Santa ,Fe
Cemetery at
By Se igler Ocala; three sisters, Mrs. Kitcmen, featured in St. Augustine Diocesan
Pearl Bryant of Williston, the Water Ski Revue, often Council of Catholic Women Hampton Lake under the
) III reach heights of 500 attending this in- direction of DeWitt C. Jones
meeting
'+ Mrs. Thelma Wise and Mrs.
+ ,, The Last Wor d In Comforttiiiil Mae Prevatt both of Starke; feet before releasing from rluded Mrs. Charles Colee of Funeral Home of Starke.
brothers the boats and gliding( in to
two W.C. Rhoden
I and Freedman Rhoden of snore.

I 65,000 BTU 1 I Starke; and four grandchildren SER'SFICES CHURCH 1.: I

Funeral services were held -

: Heats EiSisi, Friday, September 23, at ,\IHPAnK BAPTIST FIRST METHODIST !SMMtNrtITIsl: { ('Ul1H'I!
:1 Hiers Funeral Home in Ocala. Clll'KCII'' '.
d I CHURCH ":ldl'l'T.( \\ilJla n"
Burial was in Forest Lawn Rev 0.0. Brooks "On the search for. u
Up To Memory Gardens in Ocala. Orange Street Sunday: Church School for friendly church""

1 all ages, 9:45: a.m.; Morning
/iPRICE 44C'I Mr. Morton Lucas Boone SUNDAY' : Sunday School 10 Worship (Nursery provided>)> \\I'lconu\ !SHIM t'ii.i
\ : :! 6 Mr. Merton Lucas Boone, a.m. ; Worship Service 11 11 a.m.SS
69, of Keystone Heights died a.m.; Evening Worship? p m MNClsTn e. Sl'U.Sund.IY: Sd1lul.J ) .
LAKE; B\PTISTItev.
with this ad ( ) Monday at Alachua General i *
.
WEDSISDPr'lyer: Paige Bowman J() a m Worship Sen'ice. I II I
\ hospital.\ Service 7 p.m. 11.111.. I B.T.S.. ,)J4:> pin
For School
I an 8xlO color portrait I RoomsWall r Having moved to Keystone SUNDAY: Sunday KvvmnK: : Worship j p mAll .
-- Worship. 11
Morning
Heights 3't' years ago from -- -- 10 a.m.;
\ Choose from our selection of 8 scenic Portland, Oregon, Mr. Boone a.m.. Church training. 6:;JOpm elcomtsl visitors! are \\.innlv
retired ALLEN CHAPEL .: Evening Worship 7-30:: ---
I and color backgrounds. You may select I'II was a advertising A.M.E. CHURCH"The
executive, and served as a p.m. S'f.\HKI'( :
additional portraits offered at reasonable Thermostat captain in the U.S. Army Friendly hurch" \\foUSE: !>iU.\Y: Mid.Week ('1U'lt<'HOI"' conn< !

prices, with no obligation. See our large I -Kee during World War II. He was a Rev.719 R.G.Pine St..Starke Prayer G'rvice. 7-'Opm: |Bt'1.1.111'1'{ : : ....
Beadle Pastor
Even Temperature member of Faith Presbyterian !>Marks Episcopal
Decorator Portrait. Satisfaction always, Church. Keystone Rev John Flynn SlIIullSlIlId.I\' Si'hi ml. III
I or your money cheerfully:: refunded I Counter Flow-Pulls Heights. SL'ND\Y! : Sunday School ,1111.. :Moininuoislup.;,, \ II
Survivors include his wife, 9:30: a.m., Morning Worship. Sunday: 8:30: a m Holy II i m : KvcliiiiH!: III'.hlll. 7
p Sept. 29Oct. 1 1977 Unused Heat Off Ceiit iling And SpreadsThe Mrs. Margaret D. Boone; a 11 a.m., Evening Worship. 5 Eucharist 9:45: a m. Church I p in.
,
I daughter, Mrs. Lorilyn Boone p.m., first Sunday only: love School, 11 a.m. Morning Wednesday. : 1"anily'Training )
Thurs Sat. 1000 800 Sunday 12:00: 5.00 Back Evenly Over Floors Where Dillon. Anchorage, Alaska; a first feast Sunday 7:30: p.m. Friday before Prayer. Hour: 7 :in: p ml'rlday
son, Daniel Davidson Boone, : Pi'aver'" Il'l'III1: ,
I TG&YEamt1y II You Need It. Econor nical to Install And Keystone Heights; a brother, Bethel Baptist Church 7':tu JlI\1. .
-----
Donald L. Boone, Portland Russell Dav is. Pastor ----

Economical to Opera Oregon: 'and a sister!! Mrs. tDanJlela" ,.., Sk.nday-Schop WO-.ALJJ1...... A.-. l'ISI-cUOY.; : l.SlT..II'ST.IST.\I.....) : :
center II : > Tahd 1 ,'4 ,!IL'R'IMa J 1
teX26995' estby"y Mormng-Worshlp: 11 a.m.; "METHODIST! : [ ('lIl 1t11Ht'v. .
'"
Oregon. 8t'1I1..Coleman. 'nt'.1: U\\f\! !
Rear And Side Vent Evening Worship 7:30: p.m.; '
'.
BRADFORD SQUARE 301 S. Starke Fla. Funeral services'will be Wednesday, Prayer Meeting 20. S:Rater SI.'
I At Small Extra Cost Plus Installation held at 4 p m Thursday Sept. .7:30: p.m. SUM).\Y: Sunday School. SUNDAY;:.' Sunday ifthool.
29. 1977 in the DeWitt C Jones ---- 9:43: a m. ltornmg'Wor!>hlp. 10 a.m.: Worship servlt s. II
1 One sitting per subject SI) per subject SAWYERGAS& SLADEPLIANCE Chapel at Keystone Heights CALVARY BAPTIST II\ a.m.: Evening: Services am.and7pm.
for additional subjects, groups, or I with Dr. JR. Neale offi- CHURCH' 7:10:: pm. \\EDNESD: : : Bible
ciating. Burial will be in Jim Iliac,Pastor THURSDXY : Pra.verMeetingw Study 7-30:: ) p m
individuals in the same family. Persons AI Keystone Heights Cemetery. :: pm' hKIDXX': Young\ People's

under )18 must be accompanied by Those who desire may contri- SUNDAY: Sunday School. -- Service, 7:10:: p m.'__ _
J 964-7 701dison bute to the American Cancer 9:45: a m.; Morning Worship. ST J.UIU'STIIOLI('
parent or guardian.
Society. llam.; Evening Worship. 7
"' -S S S
W. Ma St. pm. Wed. Services 7:30 p.mUKSTASoEMBLYOK Rev Patrick 11. Foley '
- PINE: I M.llM'Msl: :
ee0- Iti-v Konian .Mv.ui'/,
:Mrs. :Margaret l'
Masses: Saturday 7pm.
: l'USUI1C": : ". Si hunt.
Mrs. G. Howe
85.
Margaret
A DAY TO REMEMBER of Keystone (Heights( died <.<)!> Sunday p.m., Tuesday\11 a.m., 8.30 Monday: a.m.7, in a.ill.. W 01 ship. II .1 111Hihle ...
Monday at Alachua General "The Happy 'hurch Studs li :III p 111
6:30 .
:
Wednesday
Hospital. Mrs. Howe moved to ll,,>', 16 al Weldon SI. Thursday 8:30: a.m.. p.m.first I i\cnintf: \\ol' hlJ>. 7 |I' inWI.INis .
99 Keystone Heights 16 years ago StarkeSUNDAY' Friday ofmonth. 8:10:: a m: : : |II\\' : 1'1'0111'1'St''II'I' .
: Sunday School. 7 :in p m
"CRERT DRY from Bradford. Pennsyl- Confessions: Monday 6 p m.
I vania, she was a native of 10 a,m.r Morning Worship. 11 ,
6:43: pm. or upon request. S S S e e-Sa
a m. Evening Worship Parish Council Meetings -
6-r> fourth .Monday of each month. (.11 \.t: II11"rhs'I''llt'l ('IIllwv
VINE\'AI.UV \\ED.NESDAY: : Youth IIMI\soiilli
Altar Society :Meetings! -
CONGREGATIONAL meeting, 7 p.m.: Bible Study. 1st llondaof each month. l'\II\: : Bible Si'In'MI'). III
AT HOLINESS CHURCH 7 pm. -'--- illII. Wurshp) I 11 I 01111. .
Rev. David HodgesSUNDAY Pastor' Robert Harden :MOlTi(,.\M UO U) '['raining I'moit 7 p m .
: Sunday School, V,elcome one and all! It.ll'TISTSUND.II' Ku'imiu: )! Wot'ship. x p mXXMINI.sDXX

10 a.m.. Worship Service, 11 ---- : Sunday)' School : : I'ra"I'1t'l't "
First ChurchJefferson a m. and 7pm.THURSDAY FIRST'IIRISTIAN 10am.) Morning Worship mid :\ mg. 7 :III p' in ".\ church
Baptist : Midweek (HURCH Services for the Deaf.llam.I here* "1'\ cry I body| ."

service, 7:30: p.m. Jim Love, Minister Training Union fi::.10 p m. Mimi'bixh
3 miles N.of 301. turn on dirt Evening: Worship 7\0::\ p m.
road by Bradford Furniture. SUNDAY: Sunday School, WEIJISU.1adl'ek: : : : XIHSON: ST. B.XI'TISTRF.X
& Clark 94: a.m.; morning service, Prayer Service 7\0:: p.mFIRST : '. ('I 11 XIU.ES: 1(.S\X.XRTX
10:45 a.m.; youth group e a e S S
::: :,:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::':::'::::'.: p.m.; evening worship 7 Sunday: Sunday. School

t1 Card Of Thanks 1i p.m., Choir practice, 8 p.m. BAPTIST. BEN: BRYANTSUNDXY.7308 l'lll'RCllREV. 9:4ia: m.lormng'orship: 11
SUNDRY OCTOBER 2 : WEDNESDAY: Bible. am. Children's Worship 11

!I:::;::::::::::::: ::::::;:::::;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: Study S.3.grn.--- : : ,m. Baptist a m, Church Training 6:15p :
T Men's Breakfast 9-43: a m. m., Evening Worship 7::iopm

of Lee RhodenSr. FIRST PRESBYTEHI: GREAT DAY in Sunday .
The family
Sunday School Goal 500 appreciate the flowers, ('IIC'R11DrJack School: \11:00 amMorning services:Nursery provided for all

cards and prayers from our Hand, minister Worship: 6:15: pmChurch
many friends in the Starke Training; 7:30: p.m.' Evening Tuesday: Bible Study 10
SUNDAY' : Sunday School. Worship: a m
area.Our deepest thanks to each 9:30 a.m.; :Morning Worship. WEDNESDXY: 6:00: p.m.. \verinesdav: :Mid-week
Supper; 6IO; p.m. Regularly Service 7:11I:: p m, Youth and
Bible For The and all of you. 11 am. Children's: Choir 7:10::! m.
Study Family 9:45: A.M. Sincerely, THURSDAY Choir Scheduled meeting; 7iO: p.m. Adult Choir HK:: > p
Eleanor, LeeJr., Barbara practice 7:30: pm. "Hour of Power"; p.m.


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Sept.28,177 TELEGRAPH Page 13)Community

Southside Elementary
News
Starke Elementary

Southside enrollment now be the ly completed such as making the story of the GingerbreadBoy
Strawberry
stands at 627 students. Swingerswho and acted it out, finishingwith
will dance Humpty Dumpty, Jack Be
from 7 to 7:30.:
Physical education Instructors the fun project of making News
Mrs. Lennon's kindergarten Nimble flowers for Mary,
Kathy Metzler aiid has just finished fun Mary Quite Contrary and gingerbread men and baking
a unit on
them in the classroom.Mrs. .
Jim Lewis have finished Mother Goose rhymes. The mice for Hickory, The first Next on the program was a NewsBY
fitness tests to study P.T.O. meeting of
giving third bulletin board titled "Meet the Dock Emphasis in this the discussion of the Halloween
new school
fourth and fifth grade things in Mother Goose-Land" unit was placed on listeningfor Lawrence's second- year was held Carnival to be held at the
students. Results are being invited the children rhyming words and third.fourth/ class is Monday night. According to
to participate grade P.T.O. Pratt Street playground on
tabulated now.Remember president Jim Hester, ELIZABETH G. WALKER
the by adding the things learning what "rhyming"means. currently very interested in the meeting was a success and October 29th. The carnival i is
Halloween they made. The children rocks. Collections have been had expected to be bigger and PHONE 964-6683
Carnival! Come a large turnout. The cafe- ..
to Southside participated in this also by Mrs. Nichols' Mrs. Fer brought in by students Robert better than ever. The prizesfor
torium was filled and those 'second Sunday in October, All
School grounds October 29 and reciting the guson's kindergarten has been Boone Smith Allison shown and DAY CARE CENTER
rhymes they knew Ricky the raffle were members are asked to please
parents arriving just beforethe I
participate In the fun. An for the class Projects were studying Nursery Rhymesand Denmark, and Richard created a lot of interest with The Community Day Care for the success of
added attraction this year will presented and enthusiastical Fairy-Tales. They. read, O'Steen. A center of study has room meeting only.During had standing people wanting to tickets Center will October open at RJE this ''I the cooperate Building program.
The 3 at 8
Monday a.m.
been set up in the classroomwith the meeting school then and there. main the Mr. James Jenkins of the
Mothers are asked to visit
study prints books and principal Richard Jockel prize is a Huffy 10 speed ''Gulf Life Insurance Companywas
.. .';\ rock collections so that the complimented the bicycle and the second prize is center. the receiver of the
.. .. o. _. parents for The cooperation of the
.. "" students may persue their interests the large turnout and told a video ping pong game. is needed to !'Grandfather clock given away
[ community
: individually as well as them how pleased he was to Following the carnival discussion 'I by the Silent Workers Club
9' f\, with the class as a whole. see so many parents interested the minutes' of the support this activity The Kiist Burn Church of

Pharmacist has Good citizenship will have its I in schools and children proceeding meeting were read CIlURCIINEWSGrut..r Allen Chapel i the! Liv lag Gal' : Tuesday night
rewards< this and the first by DeSue. Mem-
year Secretary
The meeting was officially 7.41: p.m. Prayer; Meeting.
Church
"tried them all..7! results were realized when all opened by President Hester bership Chairman Bowen A.M.E. : Tuesday and Friday night 7.41: Tarrying
30 Meeting
night?: Prayer
the class were able to participate who welcomed the group The followed and told the audiencethat Services. Sunday School :10.:JOam
Class Meeting. Friday night,
.discovers in making doughnuts on devotional for the evening was this year membershippins Lovefeast 11:30: ) Home ,Mission 6
weight Friday., Mrs. Lawrence's given by David Lawson. After would be given out. Sinceno Sept.Stewarddess 30,Board No 3 will ]p.m. Y.P.C.W and-or exchange .
students are fortunate to have the inspiring new business was brought I service with
control prayer. School .
program t the volunteer help of Michelle President Hester introducedthe up President Hester turnedthr serve. Sunday 10 a m I Gainesville Church
Service at 11 a.m.
Parker for Language Arts and other P.T.O. officers for program over to Principal Community Greater Bethlehem
that really works &' Josie Kimbril for Math. the 1977-78 school year, these Jockel who introduced the and invited 5 pm.to cooperate All members with are all Freewill Baptist;( Chuich :

Mrs.Schmidt's first gradersset Included President-Elect faculty and took a room count. activities of the church. Monday night in each week Is

Pharmacist Dan Smith of -4 a record by returning all Sheila Pugh, VicePresidentLysle This year the class that has Plans are made for the rlean up night. Tuesday night

Burger's Drug Store in St "'::'' ". their library permissionforms Williams, Treasurer the most parents in attendance Men's Day activity for the Prayer Meeting 7)30.) ) Wed-
Charles Illinois ; and so to enable them to Carolyn Carver, Secretary at each meeting nesday night Senior Choir
is a NaturSlim"believer" check out books for the first Fatha rehearsal.
DeSue, and Membership receives a complimentary ice Thursday night
after losing 18 pounds time. On September 23 the Chairman Linda Bowen. cream sundae from the local Story Hour at the church at

in just) two weeks. After hear class visited the library received After the introductions the Dairy Queen. Theressa 7:30. Friday night 6 pm.
ing so much about the NaturSlim instructions and scheduled meetings for the The PTO. would like to Junior Choir rehearsal.

program from customers and seeing w checked out their very' first year were announced. These thank David Porter for Friday night the Prayer Bank

the excellent results they "' book! included the Christmas program making this special prize NewsBY will meet at the Home of Mrs
were .'.L. ( in December the arts possible. Last night the prize M J. White, Sat. (the Little
having, Dan decided to try it himself. __ Miss Goldberg's fourth crafts and talent show in was won by Mrs. Helen John's Church at 5pm. Saturday at 6

"In my many years as a pharmacist, 1 I've .J grade expresses sympathy to February the March meeting 1st grade classroom. After the CHERYL DOUGLASS p.m. the Sunday\ School

seen and tried numerous weight-loss plans, Howie Jones on the loss of his for evaluation and nominationfor awarding of the prize the teachers will meet Usher
but none have worked as well for me as NaturSlim grandmother. Good workers officers for next school parents enjoyed a "Back to There are three new thingsin Board No l. will sell dinners
and the musicalin School" night program and from the kitchen Saturday
And NaturSlim is very nutritional too! receive a special Hap y. year spring our community since our

After three months, Dan has not regained any of the lost Gram when they're doing April. visited classrooms.with teachers in their news has been published last. Sunday SchJol130 Is Pastoral\) '\ Day
their best. The latest Happy. (1)) A new variety store Sunday : a.m.
pounds either often
as so happens when "rebounding" from star )
Morning Worship a.m
Grams went to: John Booth owned and operated by Mr.
vation diet plans. He maintains his weight by taking NaturSlim Leroy Griffis, Alvin James, BROOKER NEWS and Mrs. Doug Rayle ((2)) A Dinner will be served 12:30.:

once daily. and eating normally otherwise. Valerie McCloud Gary new Baptist church. ((3)) A Evening Worship 6 p m.

Dan says "It was surprisingly easy, too! I didn't have to attend Nelson Darlene Norman, PRESCOTT conclude with dinner on tt.... newly organized volunteerfire Free Canaan True (liurch
JEANETTE of God
BY Tuesday night 7:30
any weigh-ins, starve myself or do any special exercises':: Joey Riley Lisa Smith, LUNCH MENU grounds on Sunday. Please department. :
SCHOOL Prayer Meeting. Friday night
With the NaturSlim program, there are no shots, drugs or long Russell Trainor, and Betty OCT. 3-7 bring a covered dish and The Rayles for store memberof has 7:30: Tarry Service. Sunday
lists of forbidden foods. In fact to eat Woodard. Happy Birthday to make plans now to attend something every
encouraged School
you are a John Booth and Howie Jones, the family and the people of 10 a.m. Morning
normal!, well-balanced dinner every day. the September-October cele MONDAY Meat loaf community are very proudwe Worship 11 am. Evening

The next time you are in the St. Charles area, stop by Burger's brants. turnip greens, buttered Service have this new store. Worship 6 p.m. The public is

Drugs and see Dan yourself. He'll tell you personally what he potatoes,fruit cup cornbread The congregation of the new invited.
milk. Ml. Murlah United
Southside is to lose church would like to invite you
thinks about NaturSlim'! sorry
TUESDAY Chicken saladon SMITH COMPLETES Methodist Church Tuesday
: :
to church services three times
teacher,. Sandy Johnson. She
lettuce leaf blackeyed RECRVITTRAINING night 7:30: ) Prayer Meeting.
weekly SUNDAY SCHOOL
:
will leave us September 30 fora
women's counselorwith peas, pear halves, cheese 10 am.t; MORNING WORSHIP Wednesday night 8 p.m. Choir
job her as church in Gaines- bread stick, milk, potato Navy Fireman Recruit 11 a.m.; EVENING was held. Sunday School 9:30a :

ville. Miss Johnson has team- chips. William M. Smith, son of Mr. WORSHIP, 7:15: pm. and m. Morning Worship t 11 a.m,
taught with Mrs. Boyles in WEDNESDAY : Beef and Mrs. William L. Smith of PRAYER SERVICE, Wednesday The United I\Iethodist.Womt'n
curlim first grade. vegetable soup, toasted 245 N. St. Clair, Starke has 7:30: p.m.TIIERESSA. will meet at 4 p.m.
cheese garden salad raisin completed recruit training at VOL. The Choir anniversary will
i cup sandwich milk cookies. the Naval Training Center, FIRE DEPT. be held Friday night, October

healthful weight reduction Southside students are THURSDAY: Sausage, Orlando. At the last monthly meeting 7 at 8, p.m. The public is invited -
glazed': sweet potato steamed it was stated that in the past
always interested in Indians
Pleasant Grove United
cabbage pear halves corn
several months people have
and this week, especially, they bread, milk.FRIDAY. During the eight-week Methodist Church: Every lirst
bit about
have checked out many books : Spiced ham, training cycle trainees been hearing quite a and second Monday night the
Available at finer drug stores everywhere.LLCLI' about them. The library has cheese, macaroni, carrot studied general military the Theressa Volunteer Fire Young Adult Choir rehearse at
the County Commission
featured a display of pictures stick, orange cake, green subjects designed to prepare Dept., and funds. 7 p.m. Tuesday night Young
[ CLLE(Bf articles and books about In- beans sandwich milk. them for further academicand The Theressa, county VFD would Junior Choir rehearse at 7
dians in connection with PERSONALSMrs. on-the-job training in one pm. Wednesday
advise the people of the
American Indian Day Sep- Mildred Green visited of the Navy's 85 basic occupational like to Meeting 7 p.m. Thursday
166 W. Can St. Starke, Fla 964.6757 county and the community our
tember 23 fields. Bible .
her daughter Aileen in .. reasons for not aereeine to thecommission's night Study 7pm
Wildwood and other relatives wishes. At this Sunday School 10 a.m.
September 17 and 18. New Bethel: Prayer
N tf LONG BRIDGE BAPTIST, Included in their studies time the County Commissioners Meeting and Bible Class

:'* CltURCHVOUTHREVIVAL were seamanship, close order _"" want us to join the ',YVedneuUy.night7:30. Sunday
drill, Naval history and first Bradford County Fife Assnr"Our School SOYoung: People
IS
MEAL A youth revival will be heldat Loss of
((1))
BEEF objections are:
ROAST Long Bridge Baptist aid.Smith morale of members and Bible Study Group Sunday 5
the
Church on.SR 100 beginning joined Navy in everything we had worked so p.m.
1977. Kbezener Church
July Baptist :
October 14-16.
Friday hard for during the 20
A quartet of singers will be We would past have to Tuesday night at 8 p.m. Bible
months. ((2))
ONLY 1. ,featured, and the services will standby at the county stationin 8:30 Class.: Prayer Thursday Meeting night Sunday 7:30-

A DEAL FOR Starke if they had a fire on School 9:30.: Morning Worship

the with North our end truck of the and county men, 11 a.m.. Evening Worship Upm

leaving Theressa without
protection. (3) Under the Mt. Pisgah A. :M. E.
Warehouse county dept., we would have Church: Sunday School 10
only one truck with one set of a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m.
SAg hoses air tanks and so fourth. Communion Service.
We are still in the businessof =NAACP to Meet: Bradford
firefighting! as much as County Branch NAACP will

OUH'S DISCOUNT HOUSE ever. It takes money, so we meet Tuesday October 18 at 8
V will be having more fund p.m. The place will be an-
M.y 100 W. W-SiOt raising projects. We dislike nounced next week.
for There will be a Special
tJ//", A Wink tu FM tJ/ Nrr NersiesdlssAl asking money the after community they have meeting of the American

lew-Pr/stilt . . already been taxed for fire Legion Post 314 Sunday at 2
i F protection but we felt we p.m. in the Educational
q i, doing what was best for building at New Bethel
were
LAMPS SHADES Assorted Sizes From ? h ll the community.We Baptist Church.
All members are asked to be
will continue working
NAILS Assorted Sizes 'IS"/! 50 Lbs.
with and assisting Bradford present.

aq1a COFFEE TABLES & End Tables '2S" '*.' Ea. and County any, Hampton other departmentwhen Keystone _


BATH TUBS (Porcelain) <(.. Ea. we are requested to do ObituariesMRS.

f CARPET2 $" / Sq. Yard so.Plans for a turkey shoot and '
open house on October 15 were
made In the last meeting. I.ELIA ANN: JENKINS:
WATER HEATERS Bheem) 20-30-40 Gal.
( Further activities for this date

.$,,, H M" will be announced at a later Mrs. Celia Ann Jenkins, 77,
t& time. former resident of Slarke
e
+ .. PERSONALSWe died Friday, September 2J, at
1. : k'0-- 4'it ; NEW & USED FURNITURE would like to wish a the home of her daughter in

speedy recovery to Mrs. Ernie MiamI.
12.J Wire With Ground 1S'Ft.. Newsome in the Bradford Survivors include, two

County Hospital and to Mr. J. daughters Mrs Linda Bur-
; 1.0 Aluminum Entrance Cable 14*/ Ft.II" D Payton in Alachua General nette of Miami and Mrs
Lucille Cannon of
Hospital
'| Studs 7S' Ea. Congratulations to Mr. and Okeechobee, one son George

Mrs. Matthew Packham on Hunnicutt of Okeechobee; 13
2lS'l Studs 70 Ea. the birth of a daughter Keri grandchildren and six great

Lyn, born Sept. 6th at Alachua great grandchildren.
MR STOOLS All Wood 1 Delux M*' General. Grandparents are Graveside funeral services
Rev. and Mrs. Merle were held Tuesday, Sep-
BUNK BEDS Twin M4 Packham of Keystone tember 27, in Pine Grove

Heights Mrs. Betty Hinson oi Cemetery. DeWitt C. Jones
NEW SOFA BED ft CHAIR ,, Gainesville, and Billy Funeral Home was in charge

A JUICY ROAST BEEF SANDWICH Breeden of Gainesville.Mrs. of arrangementsGUY

$1 GETS YOU METAL DINETTE 5 Piece .4t,. Karen Packham was
honored with a stork shower'
REGULAR FRIES Be ICED TEA. TRUSSEl WOOD DINETTE 5 Place1Mae Thursday evening. Hostesses WALDO BICKFORD
were Mrs. Alma Packhamand

'1M** Mrs. Peggy Hersey, with Guy Waldo Bickford, 88, of
Offer good at participating HARDEE'S"This COUCH CHAIR Deluxe the shower being held at the Keystone Heights died

Be Used In Conjunction With Any.Other Hardee' Promotion"61 home of the latter. Games Saturday,September, at. his
Coupon Cannot - - BI H /7 lED MATTRESSES t SpallllS sET .11" with prizes and refreshmentswere home.
enjoyed by the 20 guests of Ft.
A long time resident
..........,
...... during the party. Included
Bickford
r BEEF MEAL DEAL FOR ONLY si Selection .Of Utility BuildingsThis among the guests were Baby Pierce moved to Mr.Keystone Heights.recently

ROAST Large Keri and Mrs. Marjorie He was a native of Barnstead,

i. ,. .. Bring this coupon with you to any participating week Special Packham, mother-in-law of New Hampshire and was a
the honoree. tackmaker in the shoe
iW, .
a HARDEE'S and get a Roast Beef Sandwich. 'sff** retired
"
and Iced Tea all for only 10dO .. industry.
Fries Include his wife
Regular Survivors
$1.00' 10 More Various Sizes To Choose From..... '
? -:: Mrs. Harriet V. Bickford of

DISCOUNTHwy. :; Keystone Heights; one son,
I OLIN'S )
I I Howard V, Bickford also of
to
-.. -. 'VY Keystone Heights; two
,. .
Haideekhetaste {
Y:7'c
II r l 100 w. HOUSE, 964-5606 :jl' ) ,sisters Mrs. Ralph Mrs.Whitcomb Carl Brown both and of

5 ,\ :'%:: .. Lunenburg Massachusetts;

back. | NEW FALL HOURS :: "'4 v one grandson and. two great
that brings you grandchildren.Services ., .
Open Seven_Days A Wok When attacked the hedgehogrolls were held In
I Offer Expires October 16. 1977 e. itself Into a ball thus Massachusettswith
cZ .. Mon Fri 10:00,- 6.00: ..Sat 9:00.6:00: :c; exposing no part of Its body Brookville DeWitt C.Jones Funeral

Lo iii.-- MaWHaMMIHiHMaViim Sun 1::00.5:00: (that Is not protected by' Home of Keystone Heights in
Its prickly spinet.
sharp
301 South Starke charge of arrangem J1ta.



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Pale 14 TELEGRAPH Sept. Z9.1977


LEGALS- -------- ----- I --------------

MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF CHURCH ACTIVITIES L AWTEBy ;Y afternoon of last week with

bidder for cash, In hand, the THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF their son and daughter-in-law.
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO above-described property as THIS NOTICE, to file with the CHURCH OP GOD: Sunday
Elizabeth Terry Rev. and Mrs, Leonard
REGISTER the property of the said clerk of the above Court a School 10 a.m.; Worship Phone Melton and family

FICTITIOUS NAME defendant to satisfy said. written statement of any claim Services 11 a.m. and 7 pm.; : 782.3300"tDSESDAYI Ginny Spires of Faith Chuck Moore and son Bob. .
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN have. Each Prayer Meeting Wednesday at students and
execution or demand they may faculty wore : Beef with Children's Home of of Lake City, were Sunday
that the undersigned, In compliance DOLPH E. REDDISH. SHERIFFOF claim must be in writing and 7:30: p.m.; YPE Friday at 7:30: combinations of blue and gravy rice, green lima beans, Melbourne, were Friday dinner guests of his parents

with the provisions of BRADFORD COUNTY must indicate the basis for the p.m.EVERGREEN white to.recognize the special biscuit butter, pear half, overnight and Saturday Mr and Mrs. Fred Moore.
Florida Statutes 197S Chapter FLORIDA claim, the name and address of BAPTIST: milk.
day.The guests of Mrs. Nellie They met the Moores at First
866.CS. wilt register with the 9/29 4tchg 10120INVITATION the creditor or his agent or Sunday School 10 a.m.; school librarian. Mrs. THURSDAY Chicken with Wilkinson and Mrs. Daisy Church in Starke.
Clerk of the Circuit Court in and attorney, and the amount Worship Services 11 a.m. and Sinclair reported book circulations noodles half peanut butter & Boch. Baptist Casey Dobbs of Jacksonville

fur Bradford County. Florida claimed. If the claim is not yet 7p.m.Training; Union 6 p.m.; of over 240( during jelly sandwich green peas, Mrs. Frank Camp, Mrs Ann spent Saturday afternoon with

the fictitious name town: TO BID due. the date when it will Prayer Meeting Wednesday at the first week of school. The fruit jello milk. Schulz both of Starke. and his parents. Mr. ,.and Mrs.
The Board of County Commissioners become due shall be stated. If 7 p.m. school library is adding booksto FRIDAY: Salisbury steak Mrs. Bea Kimmons of Arlie Dobbs.

CAMP KEYSTONE of Bradford County, the claim is contingent or unli FAITH BAPTIST CHL'R- its collection and hopefully with gravy, mashed potatoes, Keystone Heights, attended a Mr and Mrs. Phil Eunice of
under which fictitious name we Florida, will receive sealed bids quidated, the nature of the CII : Radio Program on every student will visit the green beans rolls, butter, Business and Professional Graham visited their parents.
shall engage in business in the until 1000 a.m.. Friday September uncertainty shall bestated. If the WPXE 8 a.m. Sunday Bible library for book check out this peaches milk. Women's District CUb Mr and Mrs. Harold Eunice on

State of Florida and shall have 30. 1977 for: One claIm is secured, the security School 10 a.m. ; Worship year. PERSONALS: Meeting in Lake City all day Friday night.
our principle place of business validating machine to be used by shall be described. The claimant Services 11 a m. and 6:30: The kindergarten program Miss Elizabeth Terry spent Saturday Mrs. Charles Mosley and

located on Lake Bedford, eight the tax collector. shall deliver sufficient copies of p.m. ; Prayer Meeting at Lawtey has an emphasis on Tuesday to Friday with her Mrs. Tom Clayton and son. children of Highland were
((8)) miles southeast of Starke Specifications, may be pickedup the claim to the Clerk to enable Wednesday at 6 30 p.m. the early preparation of niece Mrs. Terry Futch and Tom. of Jacksonville spent Saturday dinner guests of her

Florida; and it is owned\ solely by in the clerks office, in the the Clerk to mail one copy to FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH: children for academic sons Chris, Bruce and Dean, Saturday afternoon with her parents.. Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie
The Salvaion Army, a corporation each Sunday School 9:45: a.m. The
Bradford County Courthouse. personal representative. development. daily of Jacksonville Beach while mother, Mrs. C. R. Crews. Test on.
organized and existing 9-222tchg 9:29 All persons interested in the Worship Services 11 a.m. and schedule has special periods her husband Terry Futch was Sincere sympathy of the Mr and Mrs. Eugene
under the laws of the State of estate to whom a copy of this 8 p.m.; Training Union at 7 devoted to academic on business in California. community is extended to Woodard and daughter, Cleta.

Georgia, but authorized and permitted Notice of Administration has pm.; Prayer Meeting at 8 preparation in addition to While there Miss Terry enjoyed Mrs. Floyd King and relativesdue (tCity Councilman of White
to do business in the IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF been mailed are required, p m on Wednesday night. directed activity provided by a phone conversationwith to the death of her Springs) were Sunday dinner
State of Florida as per Certificateof FLORIDA, EIGHTH JUDICIAL WITHIN THREE MONTHS GRACE UNITED the teacher. All in addition to Mrs. Adel Dinkins Burtonof of Rev. and Mrs.
husband Floyd on Thursday.Mr guests
the Secretary of the State of CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR FROM THE DATE OF THE :METHODIST: Sunday School directed activity provided by Jacksonville.Mr. and Mrs. Jim Mitchell Will Wright and family.

Florida dated September 10. BRADFORD COUNTY. FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS 9:45: a.m.; Worship Services the teacher. All kindergarten and Mrs. Lynn Boch and Junior Rushing of Mrs. Louise Messer and son

1928 (sad Certificate being FLORIDA.IN NOTICE, to file any objections 11 a m. and 7:30: p.m. ; Choir pupils receive physical and Mr and Mrs. Edward Jacksonville were Saturday Lee. Uncle Henry Harris and
authorized by a legislative action RE: ESTATE OF have that challengesthe Practice at 7 and education each and
they may pm. day music McGee of Starke moved to afternoon guests of Mr and Aunt Mrs. Inez Johnson of
of 1927 which authorizes non LOIS PEEK FERRYMAN. validity of the decendent's Methodist Youth Fellowshipat one day each week from Beaufort. S.C. where they Mrs. Arlie Dobbs. Orange Park visited Rev and

profit corporations to do Deceased. will, the qualifications' of the 7:30: pm. on Wednesday specialists in the subject. have accepted positions with Mrand Mrs. Ronnie Mosleyand Mrs. Leonard Melton and
business under the laws of United Methodist
personal Women Parents of kindergarten Services Inc.
representative Telephone
the
or daughter of Maxville family on Saturday night of
Florida ) NOTICE OF venue or jurisdiction of the met at the church on Tuesday, children are invited to visit Mr. and Mrs. Doc Mosley stopped by for a short visit last week.
The Salvation Army is the sole ADMINISTRATIONTO Court. Sept. 20th. They conducted a the school and the
staff will be spent Friday to Monday with with their Mr and Col. and Mrs. Wilson entertained
HAVING
ALL PERSONS parents.
owner of this Camp. ALL CLAIMS DEMANDS pledge service with 12 ladies
happy to share ideas with their son-in-law and daughter, Mrs. Harold Eunice on their the Military and
THE SALVATION ARMY CLAIMS OR DEMANDS AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO present. Due to the absence of parents that may help when Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Wyke to Starke Friday afternoon Civilians from Patrick Air
AGAINST THE ABOVE ESTATE way
By.: s Ernest W. Holz. FILED WILL BE FOREVER President and Vice. working with the children at and family of Laurinburg. Force Base. Cocoa Beach.
AND ALL OTHER PERSONS
Commander BARRED. president., it was voted that home.
INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE: NC.Mrs. Mr and Mrs. Henry Hodgesand Cocoa. Melbourne. Titusville.
Date of the first publication of Mrs. Frances Hamilton SCHOOL MENU Les McClellan visited attended the Stock and Merritt Island. There
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat family
Allgood. McPherson, Stewart 6 preside. Mrs. Frank Coss
the administration of the this Notice of Administration:: OCTOBER 3.7 her son-in-law and daughter, Car Races in Lake City on were about 100 guests for
Bray Attorney's.at.Law September 22 1977. gave the devotional. Mrs. MONDAY! Pig in a blanket Mr and Mrs. Maxie Reddish cocktails and dinner on
Estate of LOIS PEEK Saturday night.
123 West Nebraska Avenue Vernon Olin was in charge of
cole baked
slaw beans apple and family of State Farm on Mrs. Robert Lee was a Friday night.
File
PERRYMAN deceased
New Port RIchey Florida 33552 S. FUTCHAs the After the
MACK program. milk.
crisp, Saturday afternoon.
dinner of her Mr, and Mrs Frederick
Number 77.401-CD, Sunday guest
is pendingin
9 22 4tchg 10 13 the ladies served
of
Personal Representative program TUESDAY i Chill with James Anders of Palatka
Mr and Mrs. Gordon Prescott and Mrs. Darlene
the Circuit Court for Bradford parents,
County Florida, Probate the Estate of BEATRICE cookies and sandwiches.The beans toss salad, cheese visited his Mother Mrs. O.J. L. Peterson of Dowling I Park. Norman and sons were

CIVIL ACTIONIN Division, the address of which is CROSBY FUTCH Methodist had a Youth wash bread sticks, fruit cup with Anders on Saturday morning. !Mrand Mrs. L. L. Melton of Sunday dinner guests of Mr
PASCO MOTTAs Fellowship car bananas milk. Misses Inez Roberts and
and Mrs. Leonard Norman.Mr .
Starke, Florida. The co-personal Personal Representative of Saturday at Priest's Service Hampton spent Saturday
THE CIRCUIT: : COURT. representatives of the estate are: the Estate of BEATRICE Station and took in over $61.00. and Mrs. Carl Norman
JUDICIAL EMMETT KEY PERRYMAN JR. : and sons were Saturday and
EIGHTH byMARYS.YKARTA
CROSBY FUTCH They plan to have an old HOUSEHOLD HINTSthey
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDAIN and COMER PEEK PERRYMAN. fashioned hayride on Oct 1st Your County Extension Sunday guests of their cousinsMr

AND FOR BRADFORD whose addresses are: 1829 ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL (Saturday) Leon Starling will Home Economics Agent and Mrs. Roy Smith and
COUNTY Kenmore Avenue, Bethlehem, furnish hay and hay can't be.eaten if they are Camembert should be stored, family of Seville.Mr .
REPRESENTATIVE: wagon. What is the
QUESTION: and Mrs. Bob Jones and
141 preferred.
Pennsylvania 18018 and covered in the coldest
HIGHLAND BAPTIST tightly
MACK S. FUTCH : cold-oven in bread-
CIVIL ACTIONIn West Madison Street Starke, technique of the refrigerator and son Phil of Starke and Mr. and
School 10 part
1086 Sunday a.m..
P.O. Box
making? I Mrs. T.T.)
The and QUESTION: Should cheesebe Mrs. Les McClellan. attended
Florida, 32091. name used within five days of
Services 11 and
STARKE FLORIDA 32091 Worship a m
ANSWER Before the
re: The Matter of the address of the personal repre 7 Prayer Meeting : kept in a container when purchase. services at First Baptist
Adoption of DONALD ROBERT sentatives' attorneys are set 904/9645200/ p.m. ; dough has doubled in bulk refrigerated? ( Mrs. AJC.) Church of Lawtey on Sunday.
9/22 2tchg 9'29: Wednesday at 7:30: p m. i either the first or the second
ANSWER: Cheese storedin Capt. Russell Lines of
CHURCH, Plaintiff forth below.All R.BAPTIST : QUESTION: : : What are
persons having claims or : Sunday rising) it is placed in a cold the refrigerator should be some cooking> methods recommended Sumter. S.C., came down to
School 10
the NOTICE a.m. : Worship oven to bake, the oven being tightly wrapped to keep out Col! and Mrs. Wm Wilson's on
Case No. 77.418NOTICE demands against estate are Services 11 am. and 7:30( for less tender cuts of
required WITHIN THREE ((3)) Mrs. Robert H. Bell has made : turned on at the time to 350 air I saran wrap is especially meat? (F.T) Friday for his wife and

OF SUIT- MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF application to the Bradford p.m.Wednesday. Prayer at 7:30 Meeting degrees. The bread then risesas good for this)I. Most ripened ANSWER: : Moist heat daughter Mrs. Russell Lines.
:
NO PROPERTYTO THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF County Zoning Board for NOKTIISIDE BAPTIST pm. the oven heats up. cheeses will keep several methods including braising They returned to their homeon

THIS NOTICE to file with the reclasSIficatIon of the property School : weeks. Hard cheese will keep stewing pressure cooking, or Sunday
: DEWEY CLIFFORD Clerk of the above Court a described below from R1A to Sunday Services 10 a.m.and; QUESTION: Are fertile indefinitely Cheeses with cooking in water. Meat which !Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dobbs
of claim of 14 in Worship 11 a.m. eggs more nutritious? (Mrs. odor, such as Lim- celebrated their 22nd Weddmg
DOUGHERTY and all other written statement any R1C 20.000 ft out acres 7 strong has been wrapped in foil is
Prayer Meeting
interested parties. or demand they may have. Each Section 31 Twp 6 Range 22E p.m. ; at 7 BB.) burger, should be stored steamed and. therefore a Anniversary on Friday 23rd at
Wednesday
claim must be in writing and located on Edwards Loop approximately p.m. ANSWER: No they are not tightly covered. Soft cheeses form of moist heat cookery. their home with friends and
ST JOHN'S MISSIONARYBAPTIST :
.
YOU ARE HEREBY must indicate the basis for the 1 mile west of city but there is no reason why such as cottage, cream and relatives.
: Sunday School 10
NOTIFIED that an action for claim, the name and address of limits of Starke.
a.m. Worship Services 11
been filed the creditor or his or classification is ;
adoption has against agent This change in
a.m. and 3 m. on second and
you Dewey Clifford Dougherty, attorney and the amount subject to a public hearing to be fourth Sundays p Prayer Bandon
and all other interested parties claimed. If the claim is not yet held on Tuesday, October 25, at ;
Monday noon.
and you are required to serve a due. the date when it will/ 1977 at 7.30: p.m.. in the County
SMYRNA: MISSIONARY Un-car
copy of your written defenses, if become due shall be stated. If Commission Room in the Brad- BAPTIST: Sunday School 10 cars
dny to it, on the plaintiffs attorney the claim is contingent or unli ford County Courthouse. At this Worship Services 11
whose name and address quidated, the nature of the time all persons interested shall a.m.;
am. and 7 p.m.; BTS 5:45:
is: uncertainty shall be stated. If the be heard for or against the proposal -
Dudley P. Hardy, Esquire claim is secured the security as specified in the Zoning p.m. ; Prayer Meeting
at 7 .
Pierce ft Hardy P.A. shall be described. The claimant Code of Bradford County. Wednesday SCHOOL p.m.LAW'TEY NEWS financed at .

PO. Drawer 1030 shall deliver sufficient copies of A.R. Kiefer, Chairman are .

Starke Florida. 3209)) the claim to the Clerk to enablethe Bradford County Zoning Board Friday September 23, was
Clerk to mail one copy to L.M. Gaines. Director
school color day Many of thepv4
dnd file the original with the each personal representative.All Itnd 9/29

clerk of the above styled court persons interested in the Florida National.
on or before October 29, 1977: estate to whom a copy of this
otherwise d judgement may be Notice of Administration has

entered against you for the relief been mailed are required,

demanded in the complaint or WITHIN THREE ((31) MONTHS EVERYsE
FROM THE DATE OF THE
petition. 'p"
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS THURSDAYALL

WITNESS my hand and the NOTICE, to file any objectionsthey

seal of said Court on September may have that challenges
20 1977. the validity of the decendent'sWill DAY

the qualifications, of the

Gilbert S. BrownAs personal representatives or the 'oo% 1/ Lb Big Brazier
Clerk of said Court venue or jurisdiction of the BEEF

By: Beulah M. MoodyAs Court. Fries & ShakeONE' 0
Deputy Clerk ALL CLAIMS DEMANDS.
AND OBJECTIONS NOT SO
9/29 10/20:
4tchf FILED WILL BE FOREVER

BARRED. 99
Date of the first publication of \ -:::- ,. .
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO this Notice of Administration: ...... ..

REGISTER Sept. 29. 1977. Lettuce 1 Tomato 10 Extra
FICTITIOUS NAME
Cheese 10* Extra ab>fi
Pursuant Section 865.09
to EMMETT KEY PERRYMAN. '
Florida Statutes, notice is As Co Personal Representative 9vvr : Tj

hereby given that the under of the Estate of Lois Peek 1-
signed Donald W. Helle P.O. Perryman 1 r Meld "

Box 95 Hampton Fla. 32044 r l : 1

doing business under the firm COMER PEEK PERRYMANAs ,1I '0

name of "HEL-LE BEE FARM" Co Personal Representativeof I i + #

P.O. Bon 95. Hampton, the Estate of Lois Peek
Bradford County, Florida,
Perryman I II
I 32044.! intends to register said SCRUGGS. CARMICHAEL, i

fictitious name under the provisions LONG TOMLINSON y A'e
of aforesaid statute. ROSCOW PRIDGEON.

Donald W. Belle owner. HELPLING ft YOUNGBY Q il1J p J .Oa .av ,r

Dated this 29th day of : WILLIAM N. LONG. Individually w as p ,
September, A.D. 1977 at and for the firm a ; 0 C I .

Starke. Florida. Post Office Drawer "C" / L -

9'29 4tpd 1020IN Gainesville, Florida 32602 lv't '

((904)) 376-5242 0 ) I.

THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Attorneys for Co-Personal .

MARION COUNTY Case No. Representatives
77239B. 9/29 2tchg 10/6/ WE '
/J//
I xewitp,.
OCALA FORD TRACTOR, INC.. HAVE O P ,
A Delaware Corporation IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF V
THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT d

Plaintiff w
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR IT ALL! ..
vs.DOROTHY L. REID and BILLY BRADFORD COUNTY. .a-

JAMES REID, PROBATE DIVISIONFILE
Defendants. NUMBER 1.2690
DIVISION 77.379 CP 1ear7rleafq

NOTICE OF IN RE: The Estate of

SHERIFF'S SALE BEATRICE CROSBY FLITCH, P a/U Every Monday C Tuesday

Notice is hereby given that I I. Deceased.

Dolph E. Reddish, Sheriff of NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATIONTO too% All kinds financed at Florida National.
ALL PERSONS HAVING of cars are Big cars
Bradford County. Florida under 1 BEEF HAMBURGER,,,,,,,,,.25'
and by virtue of a Writ of CLAIMS OR DEMANDS ar FRENCH FRIES,25' little cars Practical cars posh cars. Even cars that are vans
AGAINST THE ABOVE ESTATE
Execution heretofore issued out or trucks With all kinds of low-rate plans to fit
WORLD
of the above-entitled Court. n AND ALL OTHER PERSONS TWA aRE A/ES iUALE DQ SNAKE.,15' campers your
the above-styled cause, have INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE: budget like your car fits your lile.

levied upon the following YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat BIT DQ SUNDAE..................25'
property, situate lying and the administration of the If the time has come in your We for a new car. come to. .

being in Bradford County. estate of BEATRICE CROSBY us.'When it comes to cars we mean money.
Florida to-wit: FUTCH. deceased. File, Number .
1-2690 ;is pending in the Circuit
FROZEN DAIRY DESSERT Florida National
Al that portion of the NW1/4 of Court for Bradford County means cars.

the SE1/4 that He North or Florida Probate Division the 70 CM.OHI6S THAT TASTE LIKE A MILLION

West of a County graded road address of which is Bradford STRAWBERRYCHOCOLATE "
running from New River to County Court House Starke. :

Brooker lying and being in Florida. The personal representatives iJ Florida Bank at Starke

Section 23. Townahip 6 South. of the estate are MACK S. 44 '.
Range 20 East. Bradford FUTCH and PASCO MOTT, VANILLA ]Jefferson at Clark Street. 904-964-7050 .*

County. Florida. whose addresses are P.O. Box 6-PACKS .

1086, Starke, Florida 32091 and Fri PINTS .
a* the property of the above- 3426 N.W. 34 Street. Gainesville >
named defendant. Dorothy L Florida respectively. The CUPS ;
Reid and that on the 24th day of name and address of the personal I' :.
._.,.
>0
c.
October. 1977. Monday at I representatives' attorney .J. .
rw.tveo'cIoclt noon on end day are set forth below. pY Ji ii 01 CM i

on the pramaei of the abovedeaoribed A* persona having claims or
property. I wet offer demands against the estate are 1401 N. Temple Ave. Starke 5 {)CopyrtghIl971.Florida National Banks ol Flcnaa Member FDICt

for aale and tell.. to the highest required WITHIN THREE







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I DOLORES MENG 468-1915 using acquired either a nice AM-FM battery radio or :::77h7iJ iiiiiii t1 : .0.-- \:


Mrs.CONGRATULATIONS Josephine Fontainewas funds.electric This current will be from especially school -ya trwillt.at

rewarded on September useful in .
times
of _
26 by becoming an Honorary warnings or important weather news ? ._.., .....,,..,,,......... ._-- ."."....-.".'...V-'.!:,("<: "'tt.: '' '.'"-'''' '''''''' ,. ---_- ', .'..'..'.''.''....'.''.'.....-..." ( REALTY

Friends Member of of the the Bradford flashes. 1 I --.E' .s.APMItjIr____ ..:.tL.I o..u__,...._.._r'"Jo.j.;, '-_ N.... "' .01'.... u. tAD --J': .
Library. The SCHOOL _
certificate presented .. .. MENU- 6r
to her "",""uY : Beeraronl ,,
MOTORCYCLES FOR RENT FOR SALE FOR SALE '
read
Gratefullu green beans roll, pineapple NEW LOCATION!
acknowledged' t' t.
that Josephine upside-down cake milk. - ._' -._ -. -- /'(,I t VI 203N. TEMPLE __
Fontaine has invested in Intangible TUESDAY Meat sauce SUZUKI OF STARKEyeer "- EFFICIENCIES and one BR MAYTAG- WRINGER CITIZEN ..:. \ STARKEFLORIDA _

treasury of with spaghetti, tossed salsd. aetkerlssd 8...., apartment furnished. WASHER. Phone 964..364.'tpel COMPTOMETER PREFERRED PROPERTIES
dealer Phone 964-fOtO. IMfl
knowledge through Weekly or monthly. Palm
con cheese 929WATER
tributing to the Bradford cookie milk.toast applesauce, Sooth Walant 1301| ...ca. IaStark. Apartments.2313 Temple excellent Multiplies,condition.uses tape I7S., COUNTRY LIVING Fouracr.s ,3 bedroom _
---- -------
County Library", This award WED\ESDAY: CLASSIFIED AD ..) TFChgPERSONAL A.!!.:..!! !!'!J.-!! __ PUMP: : for shallow Phone 782-3660 after 5 p.m. frame home, 2 wells mobil. home site, septic tank _
Sausage 14 x 24 utility bldg.,small barn Road
in -- ----- 225.
was appreciation of Mrsfo'ontaine' links, rice, tomato I Deadline for insertion TAKE well. New with lank and tf/pd
gravy, SERVICE COTTAGE ON
s in controls S125. Used '
joy to children part of the bringing apple crisp biscuit. milk I Tuesday noon preceding JOHNSON: air conditioned.SwImmIng with tank S25. Phone pump 964- MOBILE HOME LOT: withwi' GOODLOOKING brick rancher *' w.II'built with

at Christmas community THURSDAY Chili with I Thursday before publlcation. Need oil heater and fishing. 6364 Itpd 929YOUNG and septic tank.. Small CH&A on large lot on Madison. Nearly new. If you
time We beans crackers garden your space 125week. Phone 473.2108. down minded .'
payment. Phone 498- are economy and who lint these days you
are all proud of her! cleaned? Deed a sow VII or ---------
salad. pear half coffee cake, Cat heater Contact 7/28 tt/chg GROWN 1551. 6/9 TF/Chg can walk to stores and churches. So well Insulatedthat
ipace
Mrs. Gerald Adkins .
.
was mIlk. -- - --- ,.
-
I Minimum charge$2.00iCoversl5Words REGISTER OIL CO.. MALLARD duck and young --- ---- the utility bill U unbelievably low)

pleasantly surprised on FRIDAY: Fishwich. coleslaw ) Phooet 964-S8S8. 5/29 MOBILE HOMt! u'country, grown guinea. On Meng PATIO COVERS 10x20 for

September 25 when membersof baked beans peaches on Each word over 15 6tchf 11/3 furnished children welcome. Dairy Road. Phone 468-1987. homes and mobue h...... NEEDED-Modest size homes In IS to 25 thousand

her family gave a birthday cake milk. lOcentsAll Phone 9644)114) or 4734777., Itchg 929DUROCK 1199 Installed. S159unlnetalled. price range In good repair. We have several buyers

party. for her. Among thoseattending P i TiG.-R.bl.' 4/7 TF/cb -----....-- GATOR for this type home. Ca II today for a quick sal*.
were: Mr. and Mrs PIGS.. 12 weeks ALUMINUM. Phone 372-
Indoors and outdoors.
classified ads rateo. --- - --
A I
E. M. Prevail Jr. of Starke u m'I n U fliRecycling I /niust be paid for In advance Phone 964-5132. Itpd 9/29 KINGSLEY LAKE. Winter old fat S20. S25. Phone 964- 9767. 4620. N.W, 13th St., 3 BR comfortable home located 718 Laura St.
and Mrs. Joel andfamily 7251. 9/29 Gainesville. 8/11 tfchgWATSON'S
Mr. Itpd
Smith rates, Sept. June Central
have -- --------- How do
unless buy $21,000
you a home for
Makes I you -- --- --- 130.0001111 Wait
of Heat A/C Mobile Homes, .
Jacksonville Mr NEED A HOUSE! ----------- 'till next '
established account
I year.
and Mrs. Calvin Richard of an CLEANER? W. will clean: cottage. Call 533.2366. 8/25 CHILD BED: Wooden.nice HOUSE OF

Ocala. Toye Richard and 4 Stops In Oct. I with, The Telegraph." extra In I,houses trailere, motels. etc. tfchg condition. Phone 964- VACUUMS many brande The creak of a barn door 17',i acres with 2 trailer
I that event fl 'Mon-Frl. Phone 752.3101after : --- ------- 6108, Mre Carl Mathew .f new vacuums. Used
Moore hook-ups
Jackie of Starke. Mrs plus 28x70 concrete block barn with
machines available.
I charge for billing. Not 5 9/29 2tpd 10/6. PRIME BUSINESS SPACE Itchg 929BUCKSKIN Eipert
Adkins said it nicehaving p.m. bathroom I S2S,000
was so Reynolds mobile aluminum I responsible for error located Lawrence Blvd. repair,all make. Part and Hurry
--- on ., ------------
all -- --- ,
her children and reclycling unit will be making I when, given over the 'DRESSMAKING and Flamingo In KeystoneHts. HORSE. accessories for all vacuums.Built.in Over 7000 sq. ft. CB building at, 416 E.Brownl. .

grandchildren together. including four stops in Starke during I or when I II Inquire at Standard GeMIng negative Coggine, central vacuumsyeteme.
her phone copy alterations, hemming, 404 NW lOtb .....Prime commercial location...priced
great grandson. October. I rot typed and brought to repairs Reanonable prices. Station or phone 4734907. llyrs. old Phone 964-8118. Avenue, Gainesville Phone right!
Emory III. to enjoy the cake: from 9:30 TF Ich. Itchg 929VVEDDING
Every Tuesday Phone 964-8681. 9/22
: the office. 2tpd
3!! !! jrF/Chg Peace and quiet In Earlton.
ice cream and vIsiting. am to 11 a.m., the unit will be 8/29 -------- : :! BR. 2 baths CH4A

Sympathy is extended to the in front of the TG&Y store. --- -- HOMES FOR SA LEBRICKBLO'K SET: 1/3 kt.' UTILITY BUILDINGS,.All fireplac. Economical well and 3 septic tanks.

family of Mrs. Louise Hogan Bradford Square to the Al.CO1I01.ICSANOMMOUSi marquis diamond with 6 .
pay aluminum, prewired Are the with
receptablea you "discriminating" person money to
who died on September 24 for their :'; Phono 964- email aide diamonda., 14 kt.
Mr. andIrs.! Webb public recyclable HELP WANTEDRN 6894 or 9647619. T f leh. HOME with white gold. 200. Phone 964- light switches, back up your tastefor luxury, yet informality?, For
aluminum. lights, and
3BR I bath LR DR. den, 6456 after 4 p.m. Itchg 9/29 tongue groove YOU we have on Hampton LkeO( Brick borne
Kirkland of
Slocomb -- -------'--- (floor. delivered and set
Reynolds pays 17 cents a largo kitchen CiliA 3 car up. with extra lot, complete with dock and Boathouse
Alabama and Mrs. ----------- ... ;
Howard pound for aluminum beveragecans II POSITION: AD male BRADFORD SEPTIC double landscaped Financing .I..ble..p to 48
garage (2)) Unpretentious
,
yet elegant brick and redwood
IS FIBERGLAS BOATI ,
Givens of Headland. and other clean house correctional Institution TANK SERVICE Iota with drlvewayt fenced ) months to pay;! 60 lUes.Surakl -
furnished.
Alabama, sisters of Mrs: hold aluminum items such seeking applicants for above residential pumpouti. 140. backyard. Close to Bonita. 65 hp Evlnrude, ol Stark.,964-6070
Brookins. visited Mr. and as position. R.qulr.m..t., I Fast service guaranteed.Phone elementary school hospitaland Murray tilt trailer II.695. 964-6021. 5/12 TF/chg OF PARTICULAR INVESTMENT INTERESTI
plates fOil. frozen food and Phone G. Searle. 473-4247
pie
yr. nursing experience and a 964-8121. 4tpd 1. Modern unit apartment house or office complex.
downtown Price sell. -
Mrs. Orville Brookins over the to -- --
dinner and pudding ------ evenings. Itpd 9/29
trays dip. --
Florida RN certiflcato. ArgTnTlaa. 2. Tuck' Drive-Inn
weekend. ALUMINUM Phone 964-5103 after 6 p.m. BAHIA HAY 301 South. 3. Demorest homeon
and meat containers. Salary 110.106 to SIDING: --------
range for If highly fertilized 964- Park Place to Starke
appt. phone adjacent Shopping Plaza.
_
MKKTINGThe :
Awnings. gutter, windows,
Certain other items including "3.321 annually. Career RECLINER cheat of 6071. 7/21 tl/chg
Senior Citizens Club aluminum siding. service employment with
will hold their next meeting on gutters storm door and other fringe benefits. For Phone 964.5205.l tt/chg FRAME HOUSE with 2 .., coffee table, several a beautiful acre with pecan trees. This would be
( October 7 from additional Information ------------4BILL'S bedroom, partially furnished other items 1013 Butler Rd. GUNS FOR >
Friday. 2:00: window frames. and lawn screened barn SALE 22', ideal for someone that works at the State Farm.
until:00 in the City Hall contact Personnel Union SAW SHOP comrn porch 964-8790. Itchg 9/29 25's, and 38* sold it Dab-
pm furniture also /
tubing are plete sharpening aerwiy. with wash house, on 1/2 acre Cecelia lerwilleqai!
Correctional Institution.
It is hoped more people will be worth 17 cents a pound if PO Hot 221, Raiford. Fla circular, hand carbide, lot. S9.000.! U.S. 301 N. of 3WI1FEL---BICYCLE---Like- mer'*..Discount.. :_TP/Chg_ NEW

able to attend the daytime properly prepared. This 32083. Phone 904-431-1212. cbaia mower blade hollow Lawtey, right on Sr 125, new reasonable. Phone 964. 1IMEROCK! FOR SALE m LOCATION!

meetings. aluminum must be free of all I tchg 929SALES ground and balanced. Leave crosa RR 2nd house on left 6283. llchg 9/29 Phone 782-3172 after 6 p.m. 205N.'TEMPLESTARKE

HAMPTON 1.\}".-: foreign materials. cut to st Jackson Building Supply, Itchg 9/29 7/14 tf/chg FLORIDA
--------- ,
IMHSKUKMIN: : (; lengths not exceeding three REPRESENTATIVE Starke or Keystone Heights.TFChg --- ----- .r f'l PHONE 964.7776
GARAGE SALE
Sat. Oct.
Mr. and :Mrs Clark 3 BEDROOM HOUSE 1 1/2 : FOR SALE" "Diamond;
:
Tommy feet and should not be mixed : for 70 year old 1,9 to 5 p.m. Resale Colson
were honored with a with cans. company for local area. Full bath C/B CH/A fireplace, 656 W. Madison. Everything needles for any stereo over
PIANO LESSONS- '
Housewarming Party on "Each time aluminum is fringe benetlte, up to dishwasher. 102) SouthgatoDr. priced to sell. Itchg 9/29 247 different ones, w* !Iav. 1
BeginnIng students DOW ., Soulhside School. them all Dahmer's Floriland !
near Die-
September 25 when friends noo/..... starting ...I.ry.Mu.t Realty IB
recycled we save 95 per cent scheduling For more information For appt., phone 9645146. count. TF/Chg
and neighbors gathered to of the enrgy that would be required be neat and able tomeet call Nell Mann, Itpd 9/29 YARD SALE: Saturday 9 393 N.T.i.pIeAve.Stark. .
Phone 1.376.
tour their lovely new home to make primary 8395 after public., 5:30: p.m. 9/29 485:!1I75L. 9/15 3tpcl!..9/29_ ..... till 230.A across fromBethel .,Fl*. Lillian C.Pearson.
with beautiful lake Church. Clothe,
a view aluminum. according to 2tchg 10/7 BEDROOM FRAME 0f.9847700OUT
'Among those on hand to enjoy" Dave Vardel District VACUUM CLEANER RE. ,hOUSE with up to 10acres organ, typewriter odd. RealEst ate
and ------ PAIRS all makes, all ol 2 baths s/ends. Itpd ,9/29 CITY
the cake. punch :Manager. Reynolds land only -_
GOOD PART.TI\IE! IN
3 BR Brick Lot 100'
on x
model.. Starke Sewing Center .
I 11 old. Phone 964 5799.
socializing were out.ot.town Aluminum Com COME. Phone for year
Recycling appointment. 21* East Call Street Itpd 9/29 RUMMAGE SALE: Fri. and 100'. 3 BR,2 Bath CB Home: CII
guests, Mrs. :Margie Miller Phone 964.8719. 9/29 GEORGE noon* it
pany phone 964-8312. 4tpd Sat. Behind trailer In old I &. A. cloned garage nice
their cousin from Jacksonville Vardell added. "This 4tchg 10/20 ------- ---- house front entrance. 1231 I'iUHMCt, ...... 3 BR Frarneon I Acre. lot,, quiet neighborhood
tfM
also their aunt and energy savings is very significant --_ --- JR. REAMES HEATER 3 BEDROOM! HOUSE on Butler Rd. Itchg 9/29 t bI assume 5 I/l percent ont.

uncle :\Irand :MrsV II in these days of current CURB Economic Agency CLEANING AND REPAIR: one ..re. "8.000. ALSO. 5 ------ I fie North Temple, Ave 3 BR Brick & Frame on I *35.000..

Clark. :Mr and :Mrs J. A. and projected energy shortages now has the following' CETA W Inter Is coming.It. time to acre outside Starke, S6.500. FOR SALE: 19 cu. ft. JfA.KE. FLORID A.... : ,__....
positions 2 night have heater and Phone 9647228. Itpd 9/29 Avocado, Wlsardrefrlgerator4reeier lr,;____ 'If...
Clark. Jr., their cousins and ." open your 3 BR frame home: ( A.
watchmen at old RJE School furnaces cleaned and like 1 Aero has well, septic fenced corner lot, 15.000.

Hubert Thumb all from Bldg. In Starke, 1325 per checked Call Jr. Renmee NEW HOMES Low maintenance new. Also TV for ..I.. ta.k.lite polo. '---
'Lakt'land| FOR SALE : Lettering hour. 40 hours week, 7820326 .64.8962. : .Phone 964-5801. Itpd 9/29 -
per today. or furnlehed
slImuns,, : Guides Stickers stencils night shift 4.day work 8/25 7tpd 10/8 brick,3 BR,2 Bath : Large 4BR, frame house, 3 1/3 'Acre on 301 S. ha. Very mobile home neat with large
fireplace. Keystone area BOAT TRAILER and LR, family\ room, on tenicres
llissnn Allen of Starke and tl'mplatH.t The Office week. Applicants must re- Lge. bldg
- -- - addition.. Must to
above Keystone Oaka. No trolling motor.. ALSO chair just oH SR 16. sac
was honored at a Shop phone 964-5764. lido in Bradford Couat)'.,To appreciate S13.400
closing costs. Priced from with ottoman. Phone 964- -,---- 10 Acre with house, need
:Miscellaneous Bridal Shower be eligible for then. FOR RENT ...
S3500O Aflame. Builders. 6329. luhg 9/ 301 North.n3. BR, LR, I ,,.
given on September 20 at Jhv I"OR'SALEh! positions. a person moat 4732056 or 473-4078 8/18 .(ram* housetop te..t'.I'8N! ._repair.1_, ?<, ..- ___oJ ./8,7! acres'fto7:[! \ ..-j juOS 962'
....;.I.'l ht II.il.Olty! TyJgitdellnea 6MIr- HOUSE, 1 Jeep, t1L.'bdb.;!
home of :Mrs 1C: JI"dg\Vr, .'tlMiM r MOeM a.a.ia.. t-Wltla T r-u ttchgAUTOMOBILES"' tractor and equipment 80 Acre Farm 2 BR Home,
Jr. handles. At The Office bedroom furnished no pets. We also have new
Shop. -----r------ - extra feature
economically disadvantaged many US
acrea:1310'oe
36.35
!Mrs Haul Meng and Mrs. Phone 9649821. llpd 9/29 freezers electric Several commercial lots .'
phone !964-5764. Apply at the 1M.t.. or Barns aV SUIte.IN 301.Term* 56.SOO
(Francis Meng ,entertained Employment Service, 209 USED stoves, and washer. 101.' ... --
Bridal YARDSALEGood 3 BEDROOM TRAILER: on OAIIMEKS DISCOUNT -'- -
with a Miscellaneous W. Call St., Stark. byOctober LAWTEY
Shower for Miss Karen Gissy Variety 6. 1977. Equal 5 acre near L..I.)'. Unturnlahed. DODGE STATION PHONE 964-7923 tf 12 acres and 3 BR CB CITY

of Starke on September 20 at Turn W.by Lawtey Ele. (Opportunity Employment. Phone. (140/month J... 1-771-100 WAGONi 1971, air, A/T. home, with family room Z 3 BR Stucco,lot ISO' x 3IW.( 4 BR, 2 il.thfW 'Mobil.'

the home of Mrs PaulIl"ng: Follow Signs Itchg 9/29 deposit. P lB. electric window, good NEED TIl CLEAN YOUR baths 'CH/A.. West .f Home. CHdA. on 1.7
2576. 9/29
Itpd Lnwtey.Verv 2 BR Frame hook.up for 2nd Mil
condition. 1600. Phone 964- arrea.
TYPEWRITER? Come
Mr and Mrs. (KugeneMeng; : Sat. Oct. 1 --- ----- by) ,

:Mrs Gerald Brown. Sr. and 9a.m.until ? I BEDROOM APT. fur 8466. Itpd 9/29 The Office Shop and pick up alee"double wide. 2 BR Concrete Block need 115.000.

Leslie attended a Baby WANTEDWANTED nished. TV, A/C beat all 1970 OLDS 98: Luxury some liquid or sheet cleanerfor ..,...d porch added CHi some work.If 20 Acre. ju.foff; SR 22SW,

Shower on September 24 for utilities paid. Downtown .sedan 4 door. loaded S750. your typewriter. A. on one aero lot with l flub pond 2 Mobile Home

!Mrs Beth McClure: at the : Family to work srea of Starke. No children.Phono Phone 964.7824. Itpd 9/29 .- plenty ol tr.... h"ok'up*, hog barn,

home of !Mr and :Mrs Ernest r.Xt.ll>IIH.I'ARI\ on egg laying poultry farm laPIa.t 964 7357 alter 8 p.m. TI- ----- --- -- you want to get In the 133,350
Schurnerof LakeAsbury near Office Spar for less City Experience: pre Itpd 929HOUSE ___ FOR 5MB Two 20-acre tracts very Chicken Layer bu.........

also staedon South 301 |Went -Side) IN. ferred. Housing with IN COUNTRY.. 3 TOYOTA 1975 Corolla STATION A/C 1974 Oldsmobile, Regency II reasonable, just off SR U Com See to., 29 Acre: US 301.(13.500
:Midclleburg They s WAGON ,
of :New Community Beak utilities furnished. Work 7 road. '
BR. paved
Urge living
largedining
for a delicious dinner tall day/week with one weekendoff den room., CiliA radio 12.150. Phone 964- Clean A"d'n' Excellent | -- -, Storage space for rent. 51.8 Acre I'S' 301 -
room
:Mrs Desta 1 Dyal recently Jam. Tompkini per month. Year around carpet, huge farm. Phone 7824. Itpd 9/29 I Snap phon. 984.7404 J 1 BR block house, Bedford Florlaad Realty large brick., o\lAt.\ CH&A, 3

returned home after an interesting 9047527011 job with paid vacation. 964-7675. Itchg 9/29/ t! | c."' .. Call9847100Vernie BIt 2 Bath. 2 fireplace,
trip to Kngland: I eke ('Itv.Fla. H/ch i Phone 8137520068 after 7 SEALED BIDS wanted for Or 964001 - P.OdvmReg. fenced planted pasture,

Scotland and Wales. Mrs. p_m. No collect call. Itchg 1962 Ford Dump Truck, U.------ 3 BR, I batloCB 'home Real Estate 1195.400. c

1)yal I especially enjoyed 929FOALt furnished APARTMENTS TV: completely A A/C. parked at Hampton with FR.. very alee, Broker ASSOCIATES
Field. Mail bid
seeing" Heather blooming BELTS -Just---- Restaurant and loingeadjoining. on Recreation or before Oct. 17 to SB, REGISTERLP swimming pool, la to.... Evening M4-5476 lola Zlpperer 964.-71S4 or
pst weaning --- 782-3397.
everywhere, I lovely( castles Uad..dMot.I.U.s.301. .
32044.
Box 250 Hampton,
and beautifulscenery .to,..Phone 9648318. Itchg ... mflesN.ol Pearl Andrew. ,A._. Lillian Pearson
and palaces 9/29 9/29 2tchg 106CHEVY"NOVA GAS 3 BR I bath block home InStarke 964-7739 REALTOR
Starke. "'P/ii M""i/'
------ City Limits. Janet Starling Lawtey,Florida
weeks -------- ----
Martin !Meng left two BOOTSAt POSITION WANTED ss: 1973. 308 S. Thompson St. 782-3896 782-3806

ago for employment in Middle-aged couplo with 19 LARGE FURNISHED take up'p.'m.at... Phone
("( hoclon. Ohio. where he is old son desire Immediate Mobile Home with 2 BR, 2 9647613. Itchg 929WANTED 964-5888 GEORGE ROBERTS JR.
yr.
doing electrical work. Carradine's work on egg farm. bath. SlSO/mo. Phone 485- SPECIAL-Whlle R...Real Estate Broker SILVER RIDGE

snlUOi.IS: : nOlbig to aeeume complete 1595.__9/22_ _Ztpd-_/!?___ they last Phone 9641112tOPF.N.S.tauw..I4. SUIPWWIOKOVERIOOKINO

!Mrs Ulonme Derkman was PERMANENT SALE responsibility. Honeat KINGSLEY LAKE HOME: Reliable Person For FAULKNERE
surprised on ---- dependable, reliable. Pleas. 3 BR furnished available Janitorial Service on New 30 Ib propanecylinders : \ .
pleasantly boot have always Office Bldg. .la Starke. $22.95CASHACARRYDOCK
Our price call between 79am. and 8- thru May. Phone Gainesville
when she was
Nlonday been competitive. II p.m.475-2778. Itchg 9/29 1-376-9666. 9/22 2tchg 9/29 Call SILVER LAn IBI A
presented with wrought iron Now we will be MORE James W.Tomp.I.. i

plant stand containing six than competitive. All bootaJUSTISWRANGLER W STE"-yo- 9047527011 Horn Delivery Of
., ,
lovely plant holders. The Pulpwood and standiag I eke City.Fla.Exercise Cylinder A Bulk Gas CBR&AITOP: RALPH In Bradford County Ii t. I l

presentation was made on limber. Phone 964-7619 any :Near Keystone 1265.WaterSt. ni
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time. 9/22 2tpd 9/29 Starke, Florida
!Mrs
behalf PTA
of the by priced down BRYAN
are being
Take wanted Incho! lose ? 964S065
Jolene -- --- away weight t Heights. Spacious
Cathy Williams. Mrs. PERMANENTLY.Each : WANTED Used I ....... Mortgage J Classes to b. bold at Klip 'N' I Kurl .. Monday. Wed.. Fri. Y

(Friese and Mrs. Donna Ford ....h.ra. nadstove itfrigerator I Broker Realtor I 9:30: 10:30: a.m.Mon. Real Estate I 3uilding Lots For. '
*
will ho priced at
pair with"
for all Blon- 25 acre of nice land
in appreciation 393N.TempleAv. Thur. 3:30 4 30(I
nie's kindness such as prices aever before..... It Dahmer's In good conditionPhono Dlaceuat, I Star....Eta.Ph. I Tues aV Th...... 7:00 8::Ofl I p.m.pm.' 21-17 N. 'Temple t Homes, Sensibly 835'. frontage on paved

making delicious cakes and you don't buy your. boots haveno atCARRADINE'S. 9947923. TF/C I ...: 96 -1700 If Interested call Gloria ckell-9M4450 or 9646101.r I Restricted. Easy highway. good a....!
you 9648788OFF1CEOPENALLDAY
desserts to :serve at PTA love for tl/ebl J Classes. to begin on Octobs 3rd. -- --f
money.Belt 1 with
----- Approximately acre
1 rerms.
meetings. -- GARAGE SALE 12x69 MM furnished

Stacey Paladino was surprised shod IS to 56 Women, Men A ehlldrene r-H iPiTAL- SATURDAY OPENSUN nicely landscaped large

witha birthday party in Finest of leathers. clothes. Evening .0..... WiiYI l 'rIlUi : MOBILE HOME BY APPOINTMENTNEW I nvestment Prices! storage building,2 covered

his third grade room on CARRADINE'SLEATHER size 7. K..t... Mag (141| .....................51 1--- patios 12.00OOO Term,
23. His parents. household Items, etc. I Gift LISTINGS -- --
September Shop't
SHOP Thur. Fri. 9 2" thru 6" PARK _..
Mr. and !Mrs: Tom Paladmo. Open Sat. t 3 BR 1 bath Iramo 11
Mr.and Lawtey Fla .... til 8 p... 922 Inside City Limit 3 acres WIson Rd East of In city, 12000. '
and
grandparents. Fast
Mrs. A. II. Perry and Mr. and 712-3400 E.L. INooklel Norman Rotary : RED E.caYAG t tI I Walk: to Bradford S *ar* Starho.' Owner financing.Spaclan MEIIA K ILCEN : -- --
double wide
3 BR. ZBstb
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BayleaaHwy.HELPWANTCD Or Douintoum
Mrs. James Greenlee, joinedthe Drilling Equipment 4 BR 1 1/2 bath REALTOR furnished MH\ on I -./

classmates in Mrs. JoyceKuykendall's I CLEARANCE SALE' family room" cenalry acre Immaculate,
Per Meet
for STATE 130
LICENSED
room H.inhH
.kitchen, an beautiful atr Keystone beautifully landscaped,
refreshments. These con- : ............. I Prices Reduced AU city Conveniences ""f. d,..F...... It..... 47S-2272 large screen porch double

sisted of punch. and a lovely National Guard/BRadterd County baa the following opening under I!! t fir.City,Police Gas Water Protection.and ; yard If pecan'tree* aad Mel lroe Bremen- 47S-27M ..tltit)'. many other .. .tr...

cake in the shape of a football the CETA TISI.1 Program.Maintenance DRA..STCALLYVETERANS f Sewer grape arbor.:.. _. I25.MMOO_ ___,

field complete football with with Stacey markersand and Custodial New & Used I 3/chg. Jo-Lu Motel 3 BR block house In sue of BeforeYou W* 'bav all type' 'ol

a ----. nicest sections at town, property for sal*.
cake Moath .. 9548810LONGCUAMP.
No 8 on top.. This clever 500.00 Sales-Parts-Service ianVn>Wn>nn anMln>1 Very, alaS and In goodcodltir "I'""
A
!Mrs Derkman Maintain building. and gronado. Receive and move suppliee Buy : : ?T 'v '

was made by enjoying the Driver permit aid. palatine .....r.... ..ce..." Military eaper E-Z Terms i3 : Paul H.Faulkner
Students are Colonial lead helpful. Must U.) la Bradford Coaaty ... have been *n. rl--. I Rteltor
Diorama Scene of weeks b member el BR 2 bath, family room, Mobile .
employed tor 15 *r .r. or a Italy receiving s..se.a.s..e.e .- ?C'.C. -wAssociates
America constructed by AFDC b.eefit Yon may apply; at fUrUa Stale Employment Use your Ol home benefits to Home and BuikfingMaterials fireplace, nice lot, fenced :

students of !Mrs Ernestine Office tot W. Cal 8t....., Stark, FL. .f. JI.. your NO MONeY idvanlxe DOWN backyard .In dt,. Home Iron* 1..Faulkner


Denmark : Shian Roberta. 5New NO warm BILLSNOSfwl 9".JJ4' ,
WEBUILD"Yatir W. have lets
: ,
Sandy acreage
Donna Mowry. Installation BILLSFlorida $usaaM.BakkosiMobile
..... sad farms In Bradf.rd. .
Williams and Brad Russel.There 't lew..t slectrlcal' rates : Plans Or dunYouTLotOrOun" See 964-1177
have a military ,
EX-SERVICEMEN- and Unionc
: Clay
depicting .per IU,..... We do all me
are two rooms In the National I Remodeling .da..."
position for you Army arrsnf emenfs here In our own city., eevetryaad
kitchen and dining area witha Guard. You already havt training, cxpor.l area and we are sat' tuMlvlsle. FREE ESTIMATES ,waterfront.Evenings. .- John Home

and a bedroom complete This is In l lence, rank and time In"tlted. Use It for Repairs kulldtri FOnoalLI we HOMIS tulle rename A". Remodeling Repair aad W......... Service Poles

baby cradle. <* extra cash other benefits and opportunityfor ,Irsm .3'.we an Sue Ten may AdditionsHomes RALPH IRY AN-H4. 6209 473 37'5
conjunction with a study advancement. Earn UO.96'ull06.76 for elect.your let anywhere la tile < 100 AMP

American Colonialism by 5th on. weekend each month. You may be [puppitricvPUMPS : Clay er radforo' Cowntv ..... Bought Realtor 12O"2OO
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and 6th graders. overlooking a v.ry "Good deal" for your. poeo'u, HOMIS OFFIOKIOA Sold Traded .ART PAT y-1.47J-lO.It' BRASINGTON
AMP1O8"
Recent new students at the self. & SUPPLY I medeli seen en $. U off Pie Sa1oaaWAYNE .c.dIJIMLIlro...

school are: John Underwood IS*. Models eeew Catty eMIl ACREAGE FOR --- Sale.A Senlee
In the 2nd grade. his brother dart DOUGLASM44991 -
COMPANY
...... yIEKOJI t4B1
FHM StUetion OfUttdCartTaktnOn
Howard the 5th and sister. For whose cam- SALE .
in CALL 17 .. .
... I MMer } -- -
... income IIS*M. '
Little N. gale-. :
864 Tempi
Susie In the 7th grade. gsa JOHN WAYNE HERSEY Ave. we aloe seve e Federal *.downaaymint 9646853

Kimi Townsend joined the 3st! MAINT CO. <*e4.S120)) Stark plan."YOU'LL SU. Highway: 301 South ,LIST-WITH- US CadVae TrOdti ..<
class.on GLAD 'YOU 2001 N.W.lit: .37S54MGAINESVILLE
Kindergarten .
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720 EDWARDS-AD STARKE. DIOI" Starke HUSTLEI .
Tuesday. She is so cute! tnt 2tckg 9/29 964.7061 :
Last week the tcnooi .




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r Water Board Tax



r Reduced To .3 Mills


Suwannee River Water tax that had been projected on
Management District the residents of the district
governing board after About 54 reduction for all the
taxpayers in Bradford County
reconsidering voted September
All Bradford County .taxpayers
22 to reduce the
with the + ,u
exception of
from .34 to
proposed millage
30 mills. six square miles in a strip tl
about one mile wide north of
"Considering the Keystone Airport to south of
$ I Is tremendous- increase- in local Keystone on Lake Geneva
governmental taxation the which is in the St. Johns River
Board Instructed- the staff to Water Management area are
cutback and economize on the in the Suwannee District. + 1'y+, ,fir I
; e i ia projected programs for the Divided into districts as
f
next Fiscal year" said "per natural watershed area"
e Donald Morgan executive! the 284 square miles in the
director. Suwannee District will pay the 4Ii
a a This reduction will amount .30 mills! on tax bills to lx
1I to about $55.000 of ad valorem mailed in November.



I, I yiy Lawtey MurshalChurgecl In FracasNearly I l


a month after an moved to the parking lot.
C early morning fight at the Jordan claimed he was hit
Branding Iron Restaurant in the mounth before Starke
Lawtey Marshall M.M. police arrived but the police
(Butch) Jordan was chargedwith arrived in time to see Jordan
battery.The strike a man in the face.
', incident occurred on State's attorneys inter
August 25. Police said severalmen viewed several witnesses in We're
f
entered the restaurantand the incident and brought Moving !
were using bad language. charges against Jordan.
When Jordan, who was not in Jordan will answer charges on
uniform tried to quell the Oct. 6. None of the witnesses
language a fight started in the could identify the man that hit


.. Ka 4, f L. restaurant and then later Jordan. .. The Community State Bank Will Be Open

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Red Okra Tastes Good Too CREW

:.Mrs.Sarah Prince cuts rd okra grow in the back yard of her For Business In Our Beautiful New BuildingNext
Calvary Street home in the Iteno section! of Starke. The okra PERSONMeDonald.s
pmls are deep red un the stalk and the stalks are red. Hut the
Prince's say the red okra is green( after being cooked and tastes
like regular okra. of theIMONTH
County agent Bobby Taylor said the red okra is probably a
different strain being/ grown now as families return gardening/( MandayDCT.3Ird
to augment their income.This .
row of red okra has been steadily producing for three
mouths The Prince's say they're getting( / little tired of it. It
doesn't itch any less than the regular( variety of okra. :Mrs. '
.Prince says She found two packages: of the red iikruseedin a
local store and just decided try it. The stalks are DOM over 10
feet high.


BCII Board Wants t Clear c Y At 811 South Walnut: StreetIn :


Status As Separate Entity r

1 11 Bradford Square

valoreum tax and not revenue
Following aisit by county sharing
representatives the Bradford Board members suggested //1
County Hospital hoard of Wellv ask for an opinion from
trustees Thursday. September in* :attorney general and a 1
22. agreed to use an employment clarification from the Office of We Are Proud That
( with application federal civil Ihatl'Onl'orms (Revenue{ Sharing Department SANDRA LEE We Can Offer
of
rights guidelines but instructed TreasuryEdmondson Sandra has only worked for McDonald's a short
( told the board ..
attorney Richard time. During that time she has shown enthusiasm and
Welty to clarify whether\ the the employment applicationused zeal to earn crew person of the month. Sandra enjoys
the "was not
hospital a separate entity or by county meeting people across the counter and likes staying
an arm of county government. acceptable"Kdmondson: said for the the hospital.current busy. Sandra likes to read in her spare time. Hats off You Our Friends And Patrons Our
Hospital administrator Dick forms one for professional Sandra for a lob well done. ,
Edmondson told the board he
people and one for nonprofessional -
had been approached by are obtained
commission chairmanhorge
\county; Roberts and county from a medical supply house. 'You Deserve A Break Today"

attorney Dudley Hardy.September hospital Dampier seek suggested a form that the New And More
\ 12. for the hospital would conform to civil rights 802 S. Walnut St. McDonalds Improved Convenient
to participate in a county guidelines! still ask the right Starke 964-8408 NPIU II
affirmative action and
plan
questions! for hospital employees
change employment applications
to those being used
n\ county departments to be I

guidelines in compliance with federal rnJCSDVs[! ( (] (iJ1Bs(! [ Banking Facilities e e e e

The county has been
jockeying back! and forth for 166 W Call St Starke 964.6757

almost> a sear after an in ESTABLISHED TO SERVE YOU BETTER SINCE 1940'
\psligallOl1'lIIto county hiring
practices b> the office of Br ig ou Next Prescnption'o Free City Wide Delivery Senior Citizens Savings
(Revenue{ Sharing/ a branch of Koch 4Save Patient Profile Cards Friendly Courteous Ser.ice

the Board Treasury chairman 1 Department Hilly Thurs Fri .We Offer Large Spacious Banking Facility

1 Dampier explained the

hospital was not trying to Sat Man ,...IS 00
avoid an affirmative action Home Blood Pr.iiur.Kit

considered plan. but did a not part want of county to be (l N.U2U50I.'I79'Comb'no'on Drive Windows That Are Easy To Get Into And Out Of

government 4., 1j Xr,
r Co
"What concerns me is the 7O
hospital continues to be an r
extension", of the county Unlimited Parking Area
commission and a portion of ." T I I Syringe
county got ernment.' said "' / T" """K g Ie11N lot' s f I .Keg.S4$- S".U"
Dampier tie added it has .
taken the board two and a half IFP

the years hospital to l'On'ln'e1 is not: {'county
owned but a separate entity O.OQ 1 t'"
Welty said l'ounlauditor / keg Si IS4. ..00.-S.I.H.14 v !" % JmL 1 1Bay.r SAVE n 00
Farnsworth Time U.IKM 10 drain \0 Heating PaddOK
Pat explained the .
kip J4t. o
121'f-Saie02$0 Xep 57 U hi.S00COSMETICS Convenience
hospital in actuality received ?* '.-
money from the countygeneral (q1)f ',.;. 5L,
has "
fund which also
federal revenue sharing intermingled
w ith it up until this
ear One mill plus race (rack MAX FACTOR/S The outrageous .New rraKraiueulogne.
funds! were broken out of I the \ And Best Of All You Can Now
general. fund budget into ( ( Only I2..V()
NEW! IT'S
NEREI Hath Powder SN.50)
the
senarate millage on tax
bill this year sa(1'Ih'(
Welty said the Intermingling HUDSON VGEIUBAN

necessitating an of all irmatn'e funds : VITAMINS KELP-LEC 1T1U= "B6"frit )[UNAFKKS: Do Your Banking And Shopping

action plan by the hospital. Compare to Geritol frit Rich Natural Protein

Since the county the is already S O'S......................$2.19mtmmmmmmm s4.9S,100'S.__..... 13.19 Salf JIOO's........750 mg.........$1.30), )
working on a plan hospital | 250's..7SO mg.$3.5sLECITHIN [
board could adopt that plan fm
rather than spend money for ALFALFA TABLETS VITAMIN: = B< 100'S i
research said Welty Natural Vitamins100's. R.V Prict Sal = In One Convenient Location

Dampier said he hesitated .........6 grain........$1.49 i3.9_......100mg i -?._.57.19 From Soybeans :
to adopt the county's plan 50 mg. Reg. Low Price $2.99 I 100's.........a gr.in.........$3.09 I ,:
because! it might jeo / VITAMIN B-12 23mg Reg. Low Price 1.89 | iSO's........8grain.......?J5.89 | i I
the board's position that the I ioO's.........25 mcg...........13c II
hospital is a separate entity I00's........l00 meg.......$2.98 IRON TABLETS I
receiving one mill ad JSO'l.........SO mcg...?.....S2.69250's. VITAMIN frtm : : A 100'St 100's.........! grain............99c I Bradford Square :
| .......JOO mcg..S6.99I 11.69..10.000"nits..s 1.29 Jala 250's.........5 grain.........$2.351
\\:Ml'To:MeetTuesday..taon: m a mmm wmmmn mmmmmmtCALCIUM Charley Johns'' .1 :
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100..........98.S mg.........$2.49 VITAMIN: = B COMPLEX LACTATE
Baptist missions in Europe Magnesium .....Price Tablets 250's....??.10 grain.....?..$2.79BEEF' PresidentCOMMUNITYSTATEBANK

w ill be the topic of the monthly | 100's.........500 mg..._.$3.99 j $2.e9.......,... OO's_..._.$2.09
meeting of the Women'sMissionary
IRON and
Zinc ISO's Reg. Low Price 13.99

Tuesday.: Oct.Meeting. at noon in next the ............ mg..S 1.69 WINE= TONIC=

church Fellowship Hall. VITAMIN C 100'S '16 01.__....?..... 2.97
I VITAMIN B-1 (Ascorbic Acid) MM
(Thiamin Chloride) "The Solar Vitamin" WHEAT GERM! OIL

.... .
1100's--100's...... ..100 SO mg.-.5 mCJ..s1.791TA.II S1.49........J30 mg....._-.,99c 100s.3 minims.._..$1.49100's
... ..
J2.49..300 mg.?_.t.6' *mlnlml..S1.99 t
mmm S4.7S.........1000 sig..52.39VITAMIN MM I
-----::::.; v \ E 100'SI, C 16oz.PLUVLMlNHematinic 811 South Walnut Street Bradford Square :

I S2.2f100 I.t1.' ...._$1.9 Chewable Tablets High Potency I II
The word "fate" comet from 83.79.... .JOO I.U__$79! too's_ ._.loOmg. __$... Iron And Tonic Older For Persons.Young Shopping Center '
the Latin "fatum" meaning 15..400I.U..U... IPO'* 350 I
"that which Is spoken." -- nig.-$2.49 $3.49 [ Member FDIC

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