Bradford County telegraph
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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 18, 1975
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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System ID: UF00027795:04018
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I He Stopped Me Once From Shooting Deer With, Rabbit . :.1


> "Me and him used to fish Craig Buhler looked out me without Keith, they'd say "He wasn't big, but he was of U.S. 301 and SR-18)) late that Keith's' mother paints (old the deputy Keith ,.
there a lot. Keith knew whereto over Hampton Lake as he anda 'Where's your brother?'," strong said Craig. "Me and night to help out another same picture of her son slept in the barn,'
catch 'em. He liked to hunt, reporter rode along High- Craig mused. He didn't smile him, both wrestled school friend, 19-year-old Glenn of nine children. we looked there, and no
too. Me and him went huntinga way 18 to spot where his once during the entire ride. He last year. He won his letter Lundgren, who worked at the ," Kirchaine said. 1""r
lot. He stopped l me once buddy, 16-year-old Keith Kir- showed no emotion, even and his first trophy in wrestling 24-hour convenience store Mrs. Kirchaineand her
from shooting a deer with chaine, was found shot to when he stopped to view the We worked a lot for Mr. band both work at I got home and found
chalk marks on the Slade at his the lake. "Keith was like that. He'dgo Training Center in
rabbit shot. Said it wouldn't do death last Thursday on a yellow place on missing, they were
pavement where sheriff's Keith was a good worker. Me over there and work the ville, but on different
nothing but hurt the deer and lonely stretch of SR-217, in the woods bet-
maybe make him catch some where the road makes a deputies had outlined blood and him were going to sort out front for a while without paso he as a carpenter from our home and the store"
disease. He taught me a lot. I sweeping curve just before stains on the black top. And and stack up a lot of old Glenn could take a break in 4:30: and she as a Kirchaine said. ':'I looked
there were lots of them. lumber for Mr. Slade... then the back. Then that night from 1 I
was a greenhorn about things entering the village of parent" 10:IS at room and saw where he
like that... coming up here Graham. this happens lie would plow... shot these. Glenn guys must then have shot come Keith in, to 6:15: a.m. changed Irom cut-off I I.

from Miami to live... But "The kid must have crawledall cut grass.., anything... too he wouldn't, tell. Looks to long ones before going
Keith loved the ,woods over the road after he so Mrs. Kirchaine didn't '
and was It wasn't like Keith( lie
like Keith out the store
we'd camp out overnight. He "We always palled around. Keith Klrchalne shot,"said a passing motorist, Craig thinks Keith went to and the ran followed in their, her son was missing stayed f out at night. I
knew it too." Even at school the kids saw who also stopped at the scene. the:.Zippy Mart (intersectionateligrap4 car, caught guys him and drove to arrived home that it doesn't look (good to,

where they shot him," Craig Her husband, who gets It looks like somebody has
4:30: a.m, said a deputy th."
theorizes He believes there
were more than one because it knocking at their
mobile home, less body showing e\' '1I"'l'C
would take at least two men to
beat up Keith like they did. quarter mile from the been beaten and shot
"He was strong and would put Mart, about 5 o'clock. I times, was lound by a

up a fight Craig says. farmer around noon.

Did Keith have any definite "He had seen ( emotion lor the t
in the and
prints store
plans for the future? A them towards our home, time Mrs. Kncliame ,
career? ' father said. "Came
and Keith taken in the
about children that
"Well, we had talked about have been any in the store." ward of Hradlord
"Th Sweetest Strawberries This Side Of Heaven" it,"Craig said. "About joining (' 'Hospital and published

F the Army, or Marines, or IIi years" ago.
97th Year STARKE, FLORIDA Cents
9th Issue something like that, under the Keith hardly ever I le was I lie New\; Year baby
Thursday, September 18, 1975 Copy shoes except when he I
buddy plan they have "
li. now, 9, she said-quietly.
the said.
.. he added up parents

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LAKE BUTLER Teacherswere memorandum states, adding ;'..
given a 30-minute that the board was urged to
shorter work day by the Union change the workday hours in ,
County School Board but have the legal manner prescribed!
been instructed by Supt. by law.
James Cason not to observethe Changing the policy under Double
change because the board the APA would take a mini r
'did not follow the state Ad- mum of :34 days, Cason said,

,ministrative Procedure Act in ,allowing for procedural rulesof

its 3-2 vote at a special meet- publication, public hearing STARKE Bradford Shands Teaching ; of SIMM.*'. says Sheriff '
ing Monday night. and a 20-day waiting period. Sheriff's Department is Gainesville but died two ) Reddish .

UCTO spokesman Cindy "hopeful for a break" in the later( without( regaining : taken from t the
More than teachers
50 Broward, a seventh grade mysterious double slaying sciousness.. oi' (the market Thursday
non-instructional personnel science teacher, told the early Thursday i nJ4 proved to be t those of
morning '
crowded but quiet, witnesseda board that it did not A second victim was Keddish said.
want the 11 ; Km-;
Sept.: during an apparent '
lengthy Monday night ered at 12:45
policy changed under the p.m. and ballistics I reports
robbery of a 24-hour conveni-
between the bodrd and Cason APA, that the matter should by a passing motorist not yet been made avail
the intersectionof
ence store at
that resulted in decision to miles west of the
preferably be held for collective store Irom the .'BI.
US-301 and SR-18 near
the time for 18. Keith Kirchaine. 16.
change quitting in 3zA been shut
negotiations 1976. had (
teachers from 4 p.m. to 3:30: t apparently wandered
behind! (the right ear with,
unless teachers are asked by "Class sizes have increased No arrests had been'made feet with several caliber pistol.! Lust! 1 per
principals to stay for a while salaries have remainedthe at presstime late Wednesday wounds before falling:! at to see linn he-lore the
meeting. same.' Morale the side of the road judging
among afternoon inn\ reported" ( being in the
teachers is low, and we feel rGF blood stains on the
Glen Cavell Lundgren around, 12ti:: ( a.in.
Ressie Griffis, In his ,first .that school the extra in half hour spentat Breaks Ground For Union Office was discovered lying uncon- "We have reason to underdetermined t i
sitting&with the board since his the afternoons ol cash hud been
. after students leave scious on the floor near the (that Kirchaine was
? appointment, broke his is wasted cash register of the Zippy least once;# in (the store, from I the More, hut it
'; 8ilencduring'the 40-minute because'we're-just. too-"",-" tAKE"tftnutt": Groundbreaking 'Two fib w brancWtenipfoyees; ,W Univdjtsitienue-> ;,.Mar-Tat f'd3 anfl"by d't\uulck attemptJo Nerwti ; ?.j nvOl. .Ulierilt Itedclvsh I
$, discussion to resolve the vot tired to do any more work ceremonies for ,a Ann Benton and Shyrel Craw.. Gainesville; also offices ins driver. He was rushed to carried off and dropped I :'-A 'caliber'Wlc-ril' ( **'"- s ''w''Ii,1t; .
ing deadlock, leaning with Broward said. new branch office for Guar ford, were among the specta- Starke and Keystone Heights. pistol was also taken

Board Members Pam Thomasand "What we want is Imme- anty Federal Savings & Loan tors. Members of the board include behind the counter,
Donald Dukes in favor of diate relief," she added. Association were held at the "We think the building will Fred H, Cantrell- Oct."I t lu ZIP!>\ :Mart.. Man-: ,
the change. site here, 175 W. Main Street, be a beautiful asset to Lake William H. Chandler Tom 3-Count Murder Tom Cnagi.
Attorney to the board Wednesday morning at 10 Butler," said B.F. Mizell, Jr., Mart. Inc. is offering
Cason objected to the request Wayne Carroll said at the o'clock. Guaranty Federal president. Dobson; Harry C Duncan, .15)11) reward lor informa
when first presented by meeting that he had read the The 1,400 square foot buildingis C.A. Pound, Jr., Earl Powers, leading to the arrest 1 ol
branch is
the Union Teachers new sche- being des'gned by' Trend and W.N. Robinson, all of connected the
County APA in search of "more than duled be Trial To with 1
to completed in Gainesville John A. Torode
Organization at the Sept. 9 one way to skin a cat," and November. Corporation of Clearwater. ; BeginIn '\' and shouting
meeting on grounds that the that the work day could be Mizell said the $100,000 Investment S.G. Denmark, and Eugene L. .: was 11I1''Ilul the
procedure violated the APA. shortened as part of internal Members of the board of in property and Matthews, Starke; Doyle :Marl about three weeks
management!! under one inter- directors and officers of Guar- building represents "our con- Conner, Tallahassee; A.J and had lived with rela
pretation of the act. anty Federal watched as Mrs. fidence in the future of Union Thomas, Jr., Fort Lauder- Melrose CaseSTARKE in the Hampton area
"We are not changing LaTrelle Hamilton, of County." dale; and B.F. Mizell, Jr., :March. He terminated
amending or otherwise "I would recommend that Brooker, newly appointed Guaranty Federal has main Keystone Heights. Advisorsare in Uradlord-l'nion

repealing board policy. We the board change the policy manager of the Lake Butler offices at 220 N, Main St., Ruby Johns, Starke; M.I. Trial of Carl L. Turner 38 of Lake IlIIna I Technical .School?:
artsimply? waiving the policy, like the APA says though. branch, turned the first spadeof Gainesville; a branch officeon Rudderman and Leo J. Robert for first- and Patricia M.irr. 22. lie studied l11u"mI'lu.

or have not done enforcing In the it,past just,"as said we The that legal way,point Carroll of view said.is best dirt at the new location. Archer Road, and one on Thomas, Sr., Gainesville. degree murder Taylor of two triple beauty Melrose were lound t the' job according to

board member Pam Thomas. shop operators and a teenage death in a small i(Owen A. Ilixiver.'

Discussion revealed that the girl begins Monday, Sept. 22, a beauty shop-operated( aVerage! !student I.und-
chairman of the in Bradford Circuit Court, I"ellJuncan/ on SH-21 '
State of (termed "
/ was 1u
However, Cason said in Florida Board of Education Union County Sets Judge R.A.. Green presiding. Melrose Keystone Heights l'I I, un>ious to l'agl'l'I get I I
memorandum to advised the board, since thereis school and
Tuesday's Taylor, 37, has been held in I }; /gel a job so
instructional personnel that no appelate case to judge the Bradford Jail Mrs. Turner's ( -)' he independent."
County since
"the board's action last nightin such a decision, that Interpre-, March 27 of this while daughter Valerie an Hoover, adding( that
no way changes this policy tation of the statute it the only defense year Jeffrey morning visitor at the !seemed more
according to my attorney and authority."I Baker and attorney state was the subject of a than most l-\ear-) '
the Department of Educa have enough of the prosecutor wide search until her
Kenneth Hebert battled in
tion's General Council." Missouri mule in me tonight to $968,087Bud et a were found June 24. 1972 !In'lilth his
series of motions to
test the thing so the state of evidence against Taylor suppress children playing in a \\ near t the Zippy :Marl
Florida will have a area off SIMG. SH-IK alld utlell visited
precedent," proposed board ,Judge Green has denied t (ure 'evenings! when
"You are hereby notified to and Paul Rlherd ( for state that but The baffling case was
member Donald Dukes. LAKE BUTLER In a 4-1 Woodington a grant suppression motions has worked _
continue to abide by this vote the Union County Commission began work on the budget in would pay half of $4,700 bill granted a series of continuances investigation lor almost speculated that Kir
policy until such time as the Carroll advised the board approved its $968,087 mid-July, before the .whole for a machine that transmits of the trial since it years until Taylor was involved with t the
board legally changes it," thei1t that a circuit court ruling' budget that will require a 5.1 board was exposed to'it a, electrocardiograms while en was originally set for June 23. arrested and extradited somehow, either as a
could be obtained Monday, mill increase in county taxes. month later. Several workshops route to the hospital in the state of California b> Sept. 22, but that an appelatecase by the entire commission Gainesville' Taylor was indicted in Julyof Bradford County victim, because vie know
tirrierrf would be required to Chairman D.E. "Skip"Woodington and other county officials Randy Wilson made the 1974 for the November 1971/ Department. alter- investigation i
Iauln )
: wide finalize the matter for state- in the was final the vote lone on dissenter the- whittled, the sum from its request slayings Two women Bobbie Suppression motions I hal he !should have

purposes. $270.000 overage. dealt with two articles there," (Reddish said.
Once motion carried, Cason county budget, the millage for The new tax Increase evidence
requested that the board that budget and the health brought controversy from a School BudgetLAKE feet Set TonightEstimated confession against given to Tailor( : deputy Robert Green
authorize him an attorney to department, and the millage newly formed Taxpayersgroup officials in 1972 about that the whole deputy
seek a hearing on the matter, that would open the Union who repeatedly opposed BUTLER A special expenses for the activities in other states has worked on the case
but the board refused to act on County Hospital. the plan. meeting is set tonight school system 1975-76 are polygraph examination rounding up inter-
the motion. The new millage rate will be (Thursday Sept. 18)) at 7 and investigating( tips
In other action, the commis- p.m. $1.798,826 and if the proposed ministered by Florida
9.942 as compared to lastyear's nearly ::11I!
"I don't see why we should of 4.84. It includes three sion tabled any action for hiring to discuss a proposed budget is passed a reserve of attorneys in 1974. just haven't lIources'j,reached
$1,808,826 budget for Union will be alloted for
\, JPLANNING pay your attorney to sue us, mills for the hospital which is a refuse collector and Schools. $10.000 Should Taylor be conclusive yet,"
Thomas said.Request set for reopening after its closure agreed to hire Jerry Wilson as County contingencies. guilty in the trial, said. .
Personnel allocations for 83 item the
Largest on
he could
was unanimously a county employee so attorneyBaker has '
in March, 1974. just hopeful to net a
instructional and 65.5:>> non-
denied to allow a shortened into ,receive CETA funds as ad- proposed budget is basic in- that appelate rulings will '
The such similar
new budget
goes instructional will as a type
employees structional salariesat
work day for non-instructional ministrator of the Union personnel sought due to denial of ,
personnel.The board agreed effect Oct. 1. County Ambulance' Service. be a part of budget discussion, a cost of $59:>>,117, An $11,557 stitutional rights by the in anolht-r jurisdiction
total is Jocal. We
The budget figure hope
up James
said Superintendent allotment for instructional
that although it would like to One must be on a county payroll this evidence against Taj will
MEETING see everyone in the school $62.808 from$905,279last year. to receive the funds. Cason. 16 positions have been materials is also tentatively induce"some
Class of 1966Chamber system treated equally, the The commission's finance eliminated in the forecast and slated, as well as $32,000 for Thirty-one witnesses be more" helpful, Red-
committee composed of The Board also to been said.
Office two different classifications of agreed three added.! local building projects. subpoenaed for: the

7p.m. employees required different I
Next Wednesday considerations.The .

September 24 board advised non-In- City Begins Work' Monday On Proposed 2.24 11

-Bradford---- ever structional, to Insist personnel upon two, how-15- .- Budget'STARKE

HOSPITAL BOARD minute coffee breaks and a 30- I trical Development of the puted apartment Harold Epps
Meets Tonight A $184.000 overspend governmental demands suchas department alone would Authority
minute lunch break each day, United States Commerce SR-100 have applied for a he was on the committee
7p.m. is already evident in pollution control for. the probably not be met. but efforts -
regardless ,of the work load.
----- tentative budget plans, even ,waste treatment plant. would be made to find a Department Title 10 program.If eral Housing would express the city's<
Union Jane Campbell,secretary at though no salary increasesand The announcement came in small increment, Edwardssaid. loan was given the council ,
Lake Butler grants are approved, the letter from the North Alachua Police
SCHOOL BUDGET Elementary several cuts have been response to request by Inter-' will for sidewalk County
gain -
Discussion Set School, represented non-In- incorporated, announced City national Brotherhood of Elec- Statewide changes in popu- improvements, $265,000 Florida Regional Association
structional personnel l in requesting trical Workers IBEW) Council.A via correspondence
Clerk Merrill Edwards to the lation, sales tax receipts and
7 toward
Tonight building a new city
p.m. the shorter day. This Financial Secretary J. 'Job descriptions: be
Starke City Council Tuesday Aubrey assessed 'value of real and pro-
hall $190,000 for recreationand NCFRPC
----- a
request she said, was based night.. Watson Jr. that a definite date personal property account for of people included in j
City of Starke swimming pool area and a Committee will review '
primarily on more work for be set for city electrical and those ex- ,
Council Is scheduled to the drastic reduction in thecity's
SESSION the fair-
BUDGET water'well at
the clerical staff and workers deep proposal according to from It within the :
no to speak to the council ,,
begin budget study Monday portion of revenue ,
Set Monday p.m. grounds. criteria. 1) conformance
planned breaks,as well as low on department. Edwards
wages. shares
nightSept.22at7p.m.ontheproposed to correspondence -
according "We stand a good chance of area and
morale due to lack of ,
salary $3.24 million spendIng from the State of Clans programs that this had been
getting outright grants so forth area a
adjustments. noting "the more titles ,
niThe The agreement between
I Florida Department of Revenue that each of these protects sive plan 3)) adverse
aLit '( otnmunltJ'tats ) Campbell 'remarked that deficit la partly due to a IBEW local chapter 1209 and preferred to the council by won't cost the,city, a thing," mental impact; department the more it I{ I
although It seemed odd that ,$60,000 cut in state revenue the city will be completed > Sank they complained of more work sharing funds for the'1975-78 when wages are set, and must to the request will .said that some

AccMitn NOw tMunt,UT .. .and were asking for a shorter fiscal year,Edwards said,and be concluded by Oct 1, Wat- Edwards also announced to be' in by mid-OctOber Edwards community businesses. residents had been considered for
....._..v day to do it In, request was several cuts will have to be ,son said. ., ;the council that four applications said.Notification. for expense purr,'
r..rs.O ISI II'"....__C.,/,' merely for. equitable treat- made to have city ends meet Request fora $34,000 in-:, for federal aid have been that builders of City comments on but that salaries would

ment. and comply, with increased crease In wages from the elec;' i submitted to the Econ ,ic the proposed and much-dis- review must be placed by affected by the change.ULIA.N .:


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TELEGRAPH Septemberls,1975 '" If" o r ,
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. 1 )'ukl.koYo"ezakl, Franklin. Hardy Wed August 16 ;

Miss Yukiko Yonezaki of Mrs. Chikayo Yonezaki train enhanced with Venice fflte SPccialWooy f1Jideff l
Tokyo Japan,daughter ot Mr. attended her sister as matronof lace. She carried a bouquet of ,
and Mrs. Tokichi Yonezaki. honor. She wore the tradi- red and yellow roses. Her veil
Kumamoto, Japan, and tional Japanese kimono of of illusion was secured with a
Franklin E. Hardy of Seattle, pastel green with flower print red and yellow"roses head- c/a4s So jito 964-7608' r
Wash., son of Mr. and Mrs. and carried a bouquet of piece. I IA dirly ,, :
Charles Hardy of Starke, were yellow roses. reception was held in the _- -- --- 1 ... _...- _
united in marriage on August Given in marriage by Larry recreation room at the Hidden v
16 at 2 p.m. in the First Evan- L. Jones, the bride wore a Lakes Apartments. Mrs. rr", '
gelical Presbyterian Church, white lace gown with chapel Larry L. Jones greeted the "Spirits of 1776-1976" Theme Rev Charles Bowles Will Be I
Tacoma, Wash., with Rev guests at the door and Miss
George nuptials Ashley.performing the Homemakers Have *book.Reiko Gamble kept the bride's Woman's Club Meeting"Spirits Honored Sunday Afternoon ,:

Highlighting the altar were England Mrs. Toma Peters assistedin Members of St. Edward's Hall honoring their new
arrangements of red roses ProgramMrs. serving.Following. of 1776 and 1976" Prior to the program,lunch- Catholic Church are giving a priest, Rev. Charles Bowles.
accented with ferns against a a wedding trip to was the theme for the first eon was served by the execu- reception Sunday afternoon Members and friends are I
background .of green pine Doris Bell of the Mid- Orcas Island/ Wash. and Vic- meeting of the fall season of tive board of the club. from 4 to 6 in the Parish cordially invited to attend..
branches., dleburg Homemakers Club toria, Canada the couple is the Woman's Club of Starke on The meeting was closed
Gregory A. Gamble servedas was speaker at the Starke residing in Seattle, Wash.. Wednesday, Sept. 10. with a short business session
best man and ushers were Homemakers meeting held Mr. Hardy will attend the The program was in chargeof presided over by the president M f Stork Shower Given :
Bennie G. Essary and An- last Thursday morning in the University of Washingtonafter Mrs. Mona Canova who Mrs. V.J. Spengler I
thony K. Tidwell. Agriculture Building. his separation from the presented Miss Vickie Carver, Sept. l 11 For Mrs. Milner
Mrs. Bell, formerly of Eng- U.S. Air,Force on Sept. 19. junior Miss Bicentennial of
Hosp.. AuxiliaryTo land, spoke on English cus- Gainesville, and daughter of Mrs. Mark Milner was yellow tapers.
toms and had on display sev- Shiners HoldBarbecue Mr. and Mrs. J.T Carver of honored at a stork shower Games were played and
Meet 22 eral pieces of china crystaland Starke who sang, "You're A Thursday night Sept. 11, prizes awarded to Mrs. Maxie
Sept. pewter from England. She Grand Old Flag, and Mrs. given by Mrs. Harry Hatcher, Norton, Miss Karen Gissy and
was accompanied by her Supper' Robert Milner Jr. who san l III, Mrs; Wilbur Waters, Mrs. Mrs. Bob Milner.
The Bradford County daughter, Mrs. Rodney Dun- "America The Beautiful"1Both Mervin Jackson, Mrs. Bill Corsages were presented to
their Hospital general Auxiliary meeting will: have and lap, also of Middleburg.The Tuesday NightThe soloists were accom- Mr.and Mrs. Garry E. Hanson Kelton, Mrs. Larry Baker and the honoree, her mother Mrs.
Starke HomemakersClub panied at the piano by Mrs.
of Jacksonville announcethe
Mrs. Douglas Nichols, at the Joseph Kauffman and Mrs.
covered dish supper Monday, meets the second Thurs- Canova.An birth of a son,Jason Brent,
the latter. Bob Milner.
Starke Shrine Club held home of
in the
Sept. 22 : p.m.
day morning of the month and interesting Citizenship born Sept. 6. Grandparentsare New table The hostesses the
Methodist Fellowship Hall. All its regular meeting and bar- Home The refreshment was presented
anyone Interested in joining is Quiz was conducted by the Mr. and Mrs. white lace with warm'
covered with a honoree a baby
becue at
members are urged to attend. supper Tuesday night Paul
invited to attend. chairman with each .
the home of Mr. and Mrs. C.H. program Fugatt of Lawtey and Extent cloth and centered with an dish diaper bag and baby
Nasworthy at Kingsley Lake. member scored on questions Hanson, Sr. of Brooksville. arrangement of mixed carry-all. .
typical of those asked of for-
summer flowers balanced by Seventeen guests enjoyedthe
And eign-born persons wanting to Agent NamedBradford silver candle holders with occasion.
Glenn RitchCelebrates become naturalized U.S,:citi DUPLICATE BRIDGE

Advanced Needlepoint 2nd zens.The program topic was fur- Mrs.CLUB' F.J. RESULTS Shaw and Mrs. new Extension County now Home has a Mrs. Jackson Honored At Stork Shower I

ther developed by E.L. S.W. Hamilton were the Economics Mrs.
Agent. Becky
Class'esBegin Birthday Sept. 10 Matthews, co-chairman of,; the winning couple at Duplicate Giebeig began duties Monday, Mrs. Mervin Jackson was Abrams.
Bradford County Bicentennial Bridge Tuesday night. Jeff Sept. 15, bringing with her complimented at stork The lace covered
a refreshment
Little Glenn Ritch, Jr., cele- Steering Committee, who Wrenshall and Mrs. P.A.
On September 29-30 almost two years experiencein shower Tuesday night, Sept. 9, table was centered withan
brated second described
Johnson second and
birthday on eight spirits 'enjoyed were Mrs. Chatsworth County, at the home of Mrs. Douglas of mixed
Sept. 10 with a party given by by the nation in 1776. Bernice Brinke and Mrs. Loeb Georgia.A Nichols in Estates. arrangement
For More Information' his parents, Mr. and Mrs. which are lost or endanlterdat ;; Duncan were third. native of McCormick Co-hostesses were Mrs summer'candles flowers flanked in silver by
Glenn Ritch, Sr. at their the present time. Among yellow
South Carolina. Mrs. Giebeig Larry Baker, Mrs. R.A. holders. The napkins,
home. these were the Spirit of, attended the University of Colson Mrs. Harry Hatcher, cups
Call and plates carried out the
9646300Just The 20 guests included his Patriotism Productive pareonae Georgia; receiving a B.S. III, Mrs. Bill Kelton Mrs.
baby theme. Mrs. Nichols
great grandmother, Mrs. Labor, Frugality, Thankfulness degree in Home Economics in Mark Milner, and Mrs. WilburWaters. pre-'
Arrived Small Inexpensive Doris Norman, grandparents, Godliness, Best Use of 1972. She is married to an sided at the punch bowl.
Mr. and Mrs. James Norman, Time, the Spirit of Awareness, independent businessman. Baby sock ,corsages were The hostesses presented the
Needlepoint Kits Easy & Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. Mark and Hope. Mrs. Vivian Harley and son Paul S. Geibeig, HI. They given to Mrs. Jackson and her honoree with a high chair as a
Ritch. The Bicentennial year offers Hank,of Merritt Island visited(j have recently purchased a mother, Mrs. Elmer Lewis. memento of the occasion.
Quick For The Young Beginner a wonderful opportunityto her parents, Mr. and Mrs. home on Walnut Street in Games were played and Eighteen guests enjoyed the
occasion between the
regain and renew these lost Barney McRae. over the Starke. prizes awarded to Miss hours 8
spirits, the speaker said, weekend. Mrs. Giebeig will provide Catherine Lewis and Mrs. Bill and 9:30: p.m.
The Magic Needle Mrs. A.J. Barry, son, Drew, through rekindling the Spiritof Informal educational
and daughter Adrienne were '76, and helping make our Mrs. Lottie Benton of San- programs to the communityabout
1517 Bessent/ Rd. Starke Florida weekend guests of Mr. and communities a better place in ford and Mrs. Evie Johnson of consumer affairs, food Pine Level Young Adults !
Mrs. William Barry in New-' which to live through developIng Jacksonville visited their and nutrition, housing and ,;, I
964.5149 or 964.6300 berry and attended the UF' Bicentennial projects, cousin, Mrs. Susie Owen, and ''clothin She will also be Have Social Evening
football game. dealing with the past,present other relatives here over the active in 4-H and other youth
and future. weekend.Mr. activities. Thirty-eight young adults of The supper was served ai i.;
One of her first goals, Mrs. the Pine Level Baptist Church tables in the living room
.and Mrs. L.M.Staler of Giebeig says, is to provide enjoyed a barbecue chicken 'which were decorated with
Ocala were weekend guests of classes for people in the supper and fellowship Satur- daisies and ivy. I
'r ,Yd r Mr. and Mrs. George W. community and as a day night at the home of Mr. Following the supper games
Brown. preliminary step will be and Mrs. J.M. Norman. were played during the party
sending random questionnaires hours.
Capt.and Mrs.J.B. Godwin, to ascertain types of
Jr. and daughter. Colleen, programs and subjects of Akridge Reunion Held
who have been stationed in interest to Bradford men and SundayThe I
iEr Germany for three and a half women.
years, arrived home Tuesday Plans for a question-answer Akridge family reunionwas K. Akridge
for two weeks visit with his newspaper;! column are also on held Sunday, Sept. 14 at on her 80th anni'
LARGE parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.B. Mrs. Giebeig's priority list. the home of Mr. and Mrs. B.E. versary.The I
1") 1 ONLY DARK OAK Godwin, Sr. at Lake Butler, "I don't want to go into this Akridge at Grandin Lake., followed covered dish dinner was
Godwin and will without first learning what the by fellowship during
family The occasion also markedthe
,DOOR, CHEST ". report,to Fort Sill, -Okla. 'in people .want ,.to know. The birthday of Mrs. Marcia in'the'.'afternoon, 'by. the 75:>>attend' -; > \\I:
SAVE 550 October for further duty, questionnaire and column will .i; '.'"
give me a good idea of special
6 DRAWERS Mrs. Carrie Ritch and Mrs. interests of the community, Dobbs-Frampton To Wed
Mary Wooten had as visitors and I will build programs on I

CANNOT MATCH Mrs. Thelma Mendoza of this information said. Mrs. Oct. l 11 l At Pine Level
Jacksonville last Thursday, Giebeig
V ". f\eg Mrs. of Lake Mrs. Giebeig will also
95 $21495 Harry Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dobbs The wedding will be
o Mrs. conduct an
-Ii 4 City and Mr. and Warren special group
x26 c oos t Blanchard of Tampa on meetings, workshops and announce the approaching event of Saturday, Oct.: 11 at 8
\ individual marriage of their daughter,* p.m. in the Pine Level Baptist
Friday and Mr.and Mrs. Tom programs
Sheila Denise, to James Church.All I
Ritch, Jr. of Jacksonville on throughout community,
1 ONLY DARK OAK FINISH Saturday.Mrs. County Agent Bobby Taylor William Framrton. son of Mr.
said. Her office is in the and Mrs. all friends and relatives are
Agricultural Building on of Starke. invited to attend. '
BEDROOM SUITE W.B. Mundy and Mrs.
Paul Bridges spent last Friday North 301 room 301. ;
and Saturday in Mrs. Geibeig succeeds the I IMr.
DOUBLE DRESSER, MIRROR,5 DRAWER CHEST, SPINDLE Tallahassee with Miss Jean former Kathy Brown (now Janes-Crews Wedding Oct. 18
Memphis, Tenn. ) who and'Mrs.. Everett W. Clearwater, formerly of Law-)
SLIGHTLY USED LIKE NEW Mrs. W.E. Tilley underwent resigned prior to her Janes of Clearwater announce ley. Mikel) is also the grandson'
surgery Tuesday in North Florida marriage in May. the engagement of their of Mrs. C.A. Crews of LawteyJ
as es SAVE'100 Regional Hospital. daughter, Linda Lee, to Mikel I
$ 95 Dinnis Crews, son of Mr. and The wedding will take place)
369 pW Mr. and Mrs. Keith Gilling- Mrs. H.C. Crews, also of October 18 in Clearwater,
ham and family of Tampa Mr.and Mrs. H.E Graddickof
L' ,spent the weekend with Mr. Dothan Ala. were last
1 ONLYSTANLEY and Mrs. Guy Sale. Tuesday and Wednesday visitors Clemons Honored At Stork Showerhome I
of Mr. and Mrs. J.T. Law-

PECAN son. Mr, and Mrs. Dale Clemons of the latter.
were honored at a stork A pink and blue color motif

BEDROOM SUITE Buy One-Get One' given shower by Saturday Mrs. ,William Sept. 13 T., was decorations.carried out in the party I

9 DRAWER TRIPLE DRESSER & SAVE 5150 Allen of Baldwin and N.s. Games with prizes were

MIRROR LARGE DOOR CHEST, FREE George F Browning at the enjoyed by the 23 guests.


74995 r ,
5 Dixie Spanish Yellow .
Reg's899 CHOSE pit . I



DARK CHERRY Dixie Lily 16 OZ. Among those attending a Mrs. T.T. Long visited her

L "Coffee'Saturday morning at son and daughter-in-law, Mr
BEDROOM SUITETRIPLE BOX MEAL BOX GRITSDixie the home of Mrs. Charles R. and Mrs.' Dave Long, and
Willis in St. Augustine given family at Coral Springs from
DRESSER WITH TWIN MIRRORS SAVE 130 by the wives of the senior officers Wednesday to Sunday.
5 DRAWER CHEST CANE A Lily Dixie Lily SeffRlslngFLOUR of the military depart- '
HEADBOARD AND NITE $ 9 5 ment honoring Mrs. K.C. Bull- Mr and Mrs. John Pare of
TABLE .7 4 MEAL ard and Mrs. H.W. McMillanwere Casselberry spent the week
Reg. *8799a CLOSE \\1 mci 89 : Mrs. Drew Reddish, end with her parents, Mr and
,, Mrs.. Townsend Strickland, Mrs. J.M. Edwards, Sr.
5 Lbs.
5 Lbs.
Mrs.A.J. Eaves, Mrs. George
Fresh Winkler, Mrs. Otto Siemer, Mr. and Mrs. David Montgomery
1 ONLY LIGHT OAK EAfi Mrs. H.M. Hatcher, Jr., Mrs. and family attendedthe
Don Rardon, Mrs. Bob Paterson morning worship service
BEEF LIVER Mrs. J.A. Griffin, Mrs.
BEDROOM SUITEHIGH .... ........ Lb. J.H. Johnson and Mrs. Ed at Church the in First Lake Presbyterian City Sunday

Fresh Cole of Starke and Mrs. where Boy Scout Troop No. 85,
TRIPLE Robert Jackson and
Mrs. which is sponsored by the
DRESSER AND MIRROR 5 GROUND BEEF 89 William Ellis of Keystone church, received their 50th
DRAWER CHEST SPINDLE Lb Heights. year charter. David Montgomery
BED AND NITE TABLE g'3. $ /| Q fl 9 5 who is an Eagle
Mrs. L.N. Pickering spent Scout, and other Eagle Scouts.
Reg. 569" .,t.\. CHUCK ROAST OR the weekend ,with Mr. and were invited to attend.
.t Mrs. Jack Davis in Rome,
90S Miss.
STEAK Greg Jackson, son of Mr.
.. .. Among the students going and Mrs. W.T. Jackson Jr.,
back to college are Jean underwent nose surgery Tuesday -?
ROUND STEAK:' Whiffen and Brad Carter to in Alachua General
$59 FSU; Gray Flynn and Greg
Reddish to the University of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Scott
RIB STEAK I South Florida Steve
; Craw
.............. Lb ford. Charles Holtzendorf and celebrated their first anniver-
sary with a tour of South
Marian Dowling .to Santa Fe
RIB 9RBRISKET Junior College Florida over the weekend.Mr. .

and Mrs. Bill Graham
STEW. 98C improved Calvin Johns in North is Florida slightly returned last Wednesday :
two weeks visit with
.... Regional Hospital following a
daughter-in-law Mr.
heart attack
a week
City FI.h. M.at Mkt. ago. chorage Mrs. Hank Graham Alaska. In f.-J
Mr. and.Mrs. J.Ea
607 E. Brownlee 964.8077 Starke spent water the Beach.weekend at Clear-, Grahams McKinley and also other visited

interest in Alaska while

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September 18, 1975 TELEGRAPH Page 3

I ird-CarvingPreache: ; Seeks The Master's Perfection Terwillegar Motors

I If ypu didn't know anyyou'd bird i in the world with a tail '" Drake
warned. "You must from his
see can get -
better, think the birds that cups from the top) to "i it finished in mind before duties away and those preach-
perched on the wall of Rev.Drake's red-tailed hawk. q" your ing days he 706 W. Madison 664-7200
$5,600 for a you start work," he said. takes off for himself and his
house are real. The hawk Drake said he Drake said he gets ideas for family. He's able to make only
W But they aren't. They're all believes is the only lifesizedone 1r1JitIJ I ; ,' his carvings from a particular 10-15 birds a year. 1975
wood, etched with the fine in the world.
pose, from pictures and paintings Drake has been selling his
precision of a master crafts- His birds start as a beam of and people offering ideas. works for only two years, and Models
man."They're. basswood (lindon wood), a Most importantly, though, he had no idea of what the
as near perfect as semi-hard wood that he has are the "little scenes total amount might be that he
any human hands can make," shipped in by rail from a woodspecialty catch of a bird in its natural you has brought in. He admittedhe While They Last
the 50-year-old Church of God supply house in Chi- habitat that catches had sold several in the
preacher said in an interview cago. Drake explained that fancy." Then, he said he $1,000 bracket.He .
at his house. the wood is available nearby,
takes a "photostatic in said he's booked with
Drake called his carvings a but the particular size he his mind, and recreates copy it in orders to keep him busy for Beat The Price -
"labor of love," and an art wants is hard to get. He likes wood." two years.
that alas taken a lifetime to the 4-inch thickness from 4.14 Drake works at odd hours, Drake has had no formal art
develop in studying the structure inches wide and eight feet he said those times when he schooling. He's just fulfilling
anatomy, attitudes, long. He said he buys about 20- his labor of love. Increase Buy Now.
colors and feather length of 30 square feet at a time, and it .
takes about a to receivethe f
various American birds. year
Drake began carving only order. Missing Youth Returns
about five years ago. Before Preliminary cuts are done 4Granadas
that, though, he worked about with a band saw, then a buff- Home From Alaska
20 years as a taxidermist. ing machine is used to get the
There, he said, he learned the corners off. From then on, It's TTorinos
small knives only, A 14-year-old
anatomy, sizes and
lions of many birds. He said from shaping the beaks to the Starke boy missing since June Pintos New
17 home Wednesday
gentle shafts of each feather.
he still studies for each crea-
tion, even though he has "a "It looks natural, it defies from Anchorage Alaska, 2
according to the Bradford Mustangs
words Drake said.
vast knowledge of United
States f: birds." The feet are hand-filed aluminum County Sheriff's Department.Gary Plus

A few things influenced wire. The only manu- Glen Phillips LTD's
Drake in his decision to beginhis factured part of each setting is tedly left a note in the mailbox repor-
art. His brother was one the base. Drake said going out saying he was going and 3 Demos
away Mavericks
factor. Drake's brother Jack to get his own mounts becametoo ; deputies traced him to ,Lbw.
has been carving for 30 years, time-consuming and gas- 4 1v Jacksonville but before his
and professionaly for'IS.. As a consuming,so he had to resortto tl r exact location was known he
matter) of fact,he's the highest buying commerciallymadeblocks had .. disappeared. ChiefDeputy 18 Years Of Something Special In
paid professional carver in the that he orders from Robert Green said.
country,, Drake said. Drake another wood specialty housein .. Quality & ServiceWe
said the beauty his brother Jacksonville. ah. : 'We believe he was abducted -
capture in the birds, and the Naturally, depending on the in Jacksonville, Service What We Sell

money he has made definitely size of the bird, the carving Rev M.E. Drake Is trying to perfect In oils his partially although he left home of his
prompted. him to begin. time varies, taking Drake completed blue jay.while. two blue birds await mounting. own accord, and taken to
.Another factor affecting from 40-120 hours. Others of his hand-carved: hand-painted creations line the Anchorage: However, we
Drake's decision was "a But "before you make your wall for display. Drake may average more than 40 hours won't know much until the boy TERWILLEGARGRAND
direct voice that said (he) first cut, you must picture working on each bird. He's ranked fourth In bird carvers In is interviewed," Green said.
could do this work." Drake what you want him to look like the nation.
said this voice was "from the when you are finished" Phillip's grandfather, D.D. We live by encouragementand
Lord" and it inspired him. Connor, flew to Anchorage
die without it-slowly,
Once he started working at it, AssaultedSTARKE Monday to pick up
Drake said his techniques Local Man 18 InStable Girl, 9 Abducted, after he was identifier by sadly and angrily.
improved vastly and he has Alaskan authorities. -Celeste l Holm

begun to produce excellent, Condition A nineyearoldgirl returned to approximately the It would be nice if the poor
was abducted while walk- same within an hour he "We're just so grateful and
work, as the art critics say. spot were to get even half of the
Drake said he is ranked GAINESVILLE ing down US-301 near a con- relieved that he is alive and
Robert said.Parents that is in
about fourth nationally at Lamar Futch Is in stable venience store here Sunday of the girl notifiedthe well after being on the missing money spent
least in the top eight. His brother condition at the University of afternoon and raped, accord- police and she was takento person list for so long," Green studying them.
taught him a lot, plus he Florida's Shands Teaching ing to Starke city police. Shands Teaching Hospitalin said. -Bill Vaughan, Bell-'
learned on his own. with the Hospital a hospital Chief Jimmy Bowen said Gainesville for examination. McClure Syndicate
help of the Lord, Drake said. spokesman reported Tuesday. that every effort is being ----------------------------------------------------------
"They're as near perfect as Futch was hit by a made to identify the girl's I
abductor but little Informa- The man who wantsto
any man-made birds can Volkswagen in the median young i
possibly be," he said. south US-301 Sept. 10. He was tion is available due to thegirl's marry happily should pick i
:."I don't think I'm too far off thrown about 30-40 feet in the age.Bowen out a good mother and marryone i
from perfection," he said. rainy afternoon accident. said the girl was of her daughters-any 4NNOUNCI i
Drake's birds sell from $250 The driver of the car was picked up around 5 p.m. in the will do.
for a purple grackle (the only charged with careless driving. downtown area and driven out -J. Ogden Armour, quoted{
of town and raped., She was
m Bits & Pieces .

pecpee jouiowLocal Jack Trawick of the Brad- The opportunities of man
ford County Health Depart- are limited only by his OPENING
ment reports that Darrell imagination. But so few have
admittances to Bradford Mrs. R.P. McLendon is O'Neal, who the Telegraph imagination that there are ten ,
County Hospital the past visiting Mr. and Mrs. Jim reported to be otticially hiredas thousand fiddlers to one
week include: Mrs. Ida McLendon and family at sanitarian, will not be offi- composer. :' SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 20 SUNDAY-SEPTEMBER 21
Wheeler, Mrs,, Jeanette Blowing Rock N.C. for sev- cially instated until approvedby Charles F. off f
Alkire; Henry Hawkins, Ann- eral weeks.. the Board of County''Com- Kettering'Fodto *
ette'Griffis' George Kopelou;, !1ft< fliissioners'. O'Near was'+dred < *livet' sos, Mrs. Marlene Smith, Ira Mr. and Mrs. H.A. Lawson on emergency basis to !fill the words, wise men to regret : KEYSTONE h HEIGHTS NEWEST' .
Allen, Lynn Ormond, Mrs. were visiting relatives in Live slot, and will be officially their silence. ,
Clara Hershey and Ray Don Oak Tallahassee and
instated upon passing com Will
Silcox of Starke; Archie Tyre, Panama City from Thursdayto mission approval and the Henry, Chicago
Melrose Mrs. Mildred John- Monday. state qualifying examination. Tribune-New York New8 EXCLUSIVE RESIDENTIAL COMMUNITY
son and Cecil Waters, Jr., Syndicate
Keystone Heights; and Mrs
Karen Crawford, Lawtey.

and visit have McDaniel f." Col.Mrs.with returned and in Mr.Verlie Mrs.Westchester from and J.A.Sheridan Mrs.two Griffin weeks,R.E.Pa.in ? Il iJ (] iJ IIJ U ::513 IUIB13(

Washington, D.C.

Miss Lillian Stump and Mrs. Get :to LOCATED IN THE HEART OF THE LAND OF LAKES
Gilbert Goldwire spent Thurs-
day to Saturday visiting Miss
Inez Wood in Amhurst, Va. Featuring:
and Mrs. Lillian S. Harris in know.


Tallahassee and Mrs. W.H. f'i st PARADISE LAKE
Thomson of Monticello spent r
the weekend with Mr. and sx'';. WATER SYSTEIIUNDERGOUND
Mrs. Brian Hamilton, Mrs. .
J.W. Griffin and Miss Lillian ELECTRIC SERVICE
Stump and attended the UF

gomery and family attendedthe \
installation service of Mr.Montgomery's 'I"r- p+ WALKING DISTANCE TO RECREATIONAL CENTER
brother, Rev. "
E.F. Montgomery, Jr. at the John A. Toroda \:: WALKING DISTANCE TO SHOPPING, CHURCHES

First Presbyterian Church in Director ,
Lake City Sunday evening. PROTECTED DEVELOPMENT
Rev. E.F. Montgomery Sr.,
who was pastor of the churchfor :. : PRE-ENGINEERED CUSTOM DESIGNED AND DECORATED
40 years, and David C.A. Pound. Jr. HOMES
Montgomery are members of Director 0

the Suwannee Presbytery "l'. a FINANCING ARRANGED NO CLOSING COST
Council which conducted the

Installation service.Mr. .
Two good reasons to let Guaranty Federal serve you

and Mrs. W.A. McClaneand These two successful men are on the Board of Directors of Guaranty

Beach daughter Sunday of visitors Neptune of Federal Savings and Loan Association SELECT YOUR PLAN 0
Mr. and Mrs. Houston Mc- They offer Invaluable help In guiding Guaranty Federal.we serve r n. t t 'a? b 4 't

Clane on Mrs. Huston Mc- the expanding community" Two more good reasons to save at i : SELECT YOUR LOT

Clane's birthday.Mrs. Guaranty Federal. i

.V.J. Spengler and Mrs.. Get to know the friendly people at Guaranty Federal i

S.W. Hamilton Council attended meetingat thePresident's YI.II Anw-I, Attnwd_ ,aee/.em/ w-.wwtd MliHimmi A.-TppaalTann MODELS OPEN

the Orange Park Woman's soe% 7.75% .v... 19.000 Cartlllutaoe
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Mrs. Coreen Purvis and .72: %. '!90% IVaaf 1.000 CartDfeala ,t',
granddaughter Miss Connie S II:% S7S%. 90!Day* 1000 Cartlflcata
Purvis, of Gainesville were 5 3I% II 2S..%. NONE NONi PMMMOk DIRECTIONS;
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or Mrs. W.F.
Monday Herlong.visitors Mrs. Herlong also 7.79% 790! % t Yr 100.000 CarwicaiaWHIN .,: :, y Turn West At Keystone State I .'
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Paged: TELEGRAPH September 181975LAWTKYH;

I : By Elizabeth : :; July- Land Sales Total $783,883 I

STARKE Land sales Middleburg, Fla., Lot 15 in Sackett to William and Linda Corporation to James and Silver Lake 30600. $12.900.
CHURCH ACTIVITIES Wayne Harper and son, of recorded in July for Bradford Carl Vollkopf Subdivision, Kratz, Lots 6 and 7 In A-L. Rebecca Kinnaird lot in the Bradford Furniture Corpor- John Dig s, Sr. l tll< Curtis
Church of God: Sunday Starke, were Saturday dinner County totaled $783,883, the 19400. Alvarez Addition to the City of town of Hampton, $9,900. ation to Bradford Furniture and Mable I Hampton lor I propertyIn
section 22-6-22 a sum of|
School 10 a.m. Worship Ser- guests of their grandparents, highest total this year, bring- Thomas and Norma Shandsto Starke for $10,450. Harry and Mary Rudolph of Industries of Florida, i
vices 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Prevail. ing the yearly total to Donald and Barbara Adamsof Mona A. Canova and James Mecklinburg, N.C. to Wallace, property on US-301 north, section $111.3:1:1.: : and Patricia,
Prayer Meeting Tuesday 7:30: Mr and Mrs. McLaughlin, 3871649. Gainesville, Lot 25 of Indian and Eloise Starling, propertyon Jr., and Mary Louise Brey of 1-6-22 $37,833.
YPE Friday. 7:30: p.m. of Waxhaw, N.C. were Mon- A total of 41 transactions Beach Subdivision, $36,000. the southwest corner of Gainesville, Lot 7 in Seminold J.F. and boa Lavender'to Williams to Michael iiiid/
p.m.Evergreen; Baptist: Sunday day overnight guests of Rev, valued at more than $3,000 Marie J. Durand to Mary Call and Walnut streets next Ridge, $18,000.Crown Charles and Irma Harden of Palsy Phillips!, lots eight and
School 10 a.m. worship Ser- and Mrs. Jim Hall and family, each occurred one of the and Norman Redding, Jr., a to Stuff N' Things, 36000. Builders of Lake Butler, properly in J lie nine in Livingston. Truby cud
vices 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. on their way to Brazil where largest being the transfer of lot on Lake Bedford section 12, Donnie and Margaret Craw- Gainesville to Scott and An- town of New River, $15,000. Company Addition lor $1I1.IIIU.l :
Prayer Meeting Wednesday they will serve as ,missionaries approximately 130 acres near township 8, range 22, $3,500. ford to Kenneth and Carol nette Sackett, Lot 6 in Shady James and Irene llulce to William and I Helen Si/enmi'tv
: for five years. the Bayless Highway Church Gerald and Betty Brown to Croll, property in. Hampton Oaks Subdivision, 23800. Arthur and Gwendolyn of Fairfax. Val to Allen and
Faith Baptist: Radio Mr. and Mrs. Raymond and Conner Road from Louise Richard and Janet Tillman, valued at $7,000. James and Rita Nichols to Hewitt,seven acres on SR-225, Jorric Hicliard.son( ol Key-
Program over WPXE, Starke Williams and sons, of Jacksonville -. Ward to Frederick and Mary property in Temple sub- Myrtie McKinney to Stanleyand Herman and Vira Hugguns, 5000. stone Heights. I two blocks in'
8 a.m. Sunday. Bible School 10 spent Saturday with E. Watterson for a sum of division valued at $7,400., Dorothy Fekak, two one- Lots 4 and 5 of South Gate David and Martha Smith to Lakeside Subdivision fur,
a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. their brother-in-law and sister $52,000. Charles and Shirley Cox to half lots in Temple Subdivision Replat, $28,500.. Kenneth and Kay Chitty, lot $6.50( !) : (10.Robert(.
and 7:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting, Mr. and Mrs. O.J. Boyetteand Values of transactions are Charles and Brigette Rigby, $7,800.Sam Jim and Lea Temple" to seven in South Gate Replat, and I Kclilh: row toRobert ;
Wednesday 7:30: Bible family. calculated from state docu- Lot 14 in Saratoga Heights, and Julianne Newey James and Rite Nichols, Lot 6 16500. and Janet 1'y lic/kil MHostlie
p.m. Mayor and Mrs. Jim mentary tax stamps affixed to $25,500. and Jordan and Shirley Ans- of Conerly Estates, 46000. Myrtle McKinney 10 C. Raymond Park. N J., lot ono inns,
Study. James and Guthrie and Marion Howe, lot lleiKlits!, $\ii.Kio.: ( )
irace United !Methodist: Dougherty and sons, Capt. the warranty deeds recordedin Patrick and Patricia Welchto bacher of Jacksonville to J.L. Melory Saratoga !
Sunday School 9:45: a.m. and Mrs. Russ Lines, Mrs. the vault of the Bradford Charles E. Blalock, Jr., of Andrews and J. Ronald of Middlesex, Mass., to Larry seven in Pinehurst Subdivi-
Worship Services 11 a.m. and Gail Roberson, Mrs. Laquita Court Clerk. Starke, Lot 5 and part o( Lot 8 Kelley, Lots 12, 13 and 14 in. Battles of Jacksonville, 3 sion, $3,000.James /ALL HOMES ARE!
Other land sales for the Subdivision Subdivision for acres on SR-225 for $6,200. and Anna Pickren to
in Blanding Temple
7:30: p.m. Choir Practice 7p.m. Gates, of Valdosta, Ga. spent in WORTH PROTICni
Geneva Lake Estates, J.W. Thomas, property
United Methodist the weekend with Cod. and month or July were: 16000. 34000. Inc"to
Fellowship7:30: Wednes- Mrs. Wm. Wilson. Other Edmund and Suzanne Sandra and Jimmy Bowento Amy Rainey to Hoke Smith Kelsey and Ethel Hutchinson section 29-6-22, $5,9)0.> / \ FROM FOREST ,
day. guests for the weekend were Dwyer and John and Evelyn Tobert and Joyce Jones of and Ruby O'Berry Lot 62 in of Jacksonville, Lot 38 of J.W. Thomas to Waldo FIRES |
Highland Baptist: Sunday !the Wilsons' mother, Mrs. Scott to Melvin and Lorna Macclenny, approximately) Woodlawn Subdivision $11,000. Geneva Lake Estates, 4000. Dillard and Patricia Thompson -
School Mabel Boyette; of Jackson- Turner of Keystone Heights two acres in Section 1-6S-21E, Crown Builders to Maria T.C. Hazen, Jr. and' Elsie property in section 29-6-
10 a.m. Worship Services -
11 and 7 ville, and their sisters, Mrs. one lot of Lake Geneva and $32,100. Wallace, Lot 14 in Saratoga Hazen to Marvin and Louise 22, $26.500.
p.m. Walter and Bettler to Rosier, property on Walnut David and Lilly M. Bush to ,I
Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7p.m. Don Egan of Palm Valley, and another on SR-21 for a sum of Agnes Heights, $13,800.Gilbert
Mrs. Irma Wilson, Valdosta, $32,500. Allen and Mary Jones of Jack- and Louie Bell and South Street corner, Edward; / and Bertie Trimni <>fLake
sonville, approximately 20 to Robert, Beatrice, 8800. Butler. lot nine in
Northside Ga. On Saturday, Mrs. Jim Florence Brown to Moscoe Crosley
Baptist: Sunday acres in Section 22-6S-22E for and Olivia Scott, Calvin and Carla Williamsto Wiggins Subdivision $6.HiH)
School 10 a.m. Worship Ser- Dougherty, Mrs. Russ Lines, and Mae Belcher, Lot 1 in Jimmy'
17000. approximately 12 acres in Freedie and Marleen Martin and Sue McCauley to
Mrs. Gail Roberson, and Mrs. Temple's Subdivision, $32,000.
vices 11 a.m. and 7:30: v
p.m. attended the Lorene E. Foster to Wayne William and Charlotte Trigg Section 25-5-22, $7,800. Wright of Gainesville, Joseph and Mai-gurto CJinolt.. worth from
Prayer Meeting Wednesday All homey art protecting
7:30: pm. Jacksonville area of Beta and Roberta Scarborough of and Frederick and NUde Bradco. Development property al Mount Pleasant at property in section; 21-6-22 lor forest fired!

Convention at the r'
SCHOOL NEWS Alhambra Dinner Theatre.
An open house was held Mrs. Fannie Rosier of Jack- '

Tuesday. Sept. 16, at the sonville, and daughter, of P
school. Parents had an oppor- Miami, visited their in-laws, TG& SEPTEMBER IS.
tunity to visit in the class Mr and Mrs. Jim Rosier, .
rooms and discuss their Tuesday.
child's work, with the Mr. and Mrs. Otis Rebb, of
teachers. Atlanta, Ga., are guests at the
Plans are continuing for the residence of Mr. and Mrs.
October 25 Halloween Carnival David Moore on Kingsley ttD LAY A -
the PTA Committee is Lake. Another guest at the family centers WAYSMALL
looking for volunteer help and Moores was their daughter,
any contribution will be ap- Mrs. W.W (Caroline) Doying,

preciated.School pictures were taken of Mr.Jacksonville.and Mrs. George Bres- (Bl QOLPL J (ll 0 QOa(!J J f lila!.

last week. The packages lin and Elizabeth, and Morton SHOPPING TOXS M 0 N T H Tors
Starke. Fla.
should be thin about three Hodgson III and Miss Lynn U.S. 301 CENTER
wl>eks. Barksdale attended the open Mon Wed 9 to 8 Thurs Sat I9to 9 Sun 12 ,to 6
Attendance has been excellent Florida SMU Football game in
during the first two Gainesville Saturday night, 10 Inch Junior Size 8 Track
weeks On Wednesday Sept. and returned to the home of
10. only one child was absent. Col. and Mrs. Wm. Wilson for POOL .
the remainder of the weekend.Mr. TRIKELayAway wWl STEREOOK88
PERSONALS: and Mrs. Carl Norman ,' B.\' .
:Mr. and Mrs. Joe Harley and sons, and Mrs. Darlene 1 I na.d Hippy y.;r To 5.,! \ TABLE $29 88 I .... 1 a1

und family spent Labor Day Norman and sons, attendedthe Now ; II yw ar. Me / __ Channel selectm: "
uii'kindilh! their parents Rodeo at the, Coliseum in ;.....r.. _! ,. .. J.1 button, Completewith
'instructionsand '
:Mr. and Mrs. II.C. Harley, of Jacksonville. For Christmas! ywW?w w n -. ''ung $
liushncll.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Marx S400C
and Mrs. EdwardIubl'rts Starling and family visited BIG I H P I M EACH
and family spent a their son-in-law and daughter, .+!
week at Kingsley! Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Andy Harvey, of ..
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Perry on Saturday. They WHEEL)88! _
Starling are the proud parents returned home with their r. ., Door Mount
ol a son. Joseph David, weight parents and visited with them ;
\\I Ibs 6'4;' 07., born Monday, and the E.C. llarveys Satur- MD 'i ') SPEAKERSQ88

Sept 8. in St. Vincent's day night and Sunday. .w 'u.aarr Doll CARRIAGE I
Hospital. Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee 1. 1}} ,
,.. :Mr. and Mrs llulon Hern- spent a week in Decatur, Ga. Designed for years ol rugged use! w r \:-. 'fI ", 3 eludes Walls nil pow mtcessmyAinnn In $
and family were guests at4he 'a' with their brother-in-law and Features safeguard '.seamless $ Q88 __ : /" Red carrage', wth', ."" and "oiintinghaiiKv.ne ,
Marine Corp's ;..rain ng./.sister Mr. and Mrs. Larrie'UuBose lender and strong1'wishbone (1.. ,red and white I floral I PAIR ,
frame Ball bearing front wheel. / '' ,
of Knroute home '
1'01. for graduation their they + ; print hood. 2 '*" TOM)
son Douglas Hcrndon. lie stopped off for a visit in Abbe- Bright and colorful1 + EACH high' with' tubular$ Dual Wedge CarSPEAKERS
completed J II I weeks of training Mile. Ga., with Kev. and Mrs. f--- =
plated handle.
: und graduated with honor. John Steitz and son. "
uu meritoriously promoted Col. -and Mrs. Wm. Wilson ;;;;;:=') .... 32 WALKER T.G.&V. Price... --- '
10 PFC. Only II out of his were Wednesday overnight Ij

company graduated with this guests of their son-in-law and "gyp--"' J $K66 25 walls power 0 In
honor. His new duty station daughter, Major and Mrs. Jim \ eludes' nil necessity,
'well be in Ft. Leonard Wood, Dougherty and family of Valdosta JUttADOLLS -0rr- 0 tJCACH"+. hardware W""IIand, mounting' $988
: Ga. On Thursday they f' e put! TG299 '
Mo.Mr.: and Mrs Bill Dobbs and had lunch in Thomasville, Ga. i

family. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Mr. and Mrs. O.J. Boyette ,,,' ... ,'10 dress" styles all with
(i list at son, of Green Cove went to Charleston, S.C. and ...!\""\\ : t rooted hair and sleeping, ,1'. '
Springs. Misses Denise picked up their mother, Mrs. r 'V' 1C:\\ eyes Layaway now'' 0 i i'fI
llardee and Martha Smith O.J. Boyette Sr., who had :f : "'s. R 1 V A L' I

and David Carter, attended been staying with her son and ....J..., :... ......,.. AAlDt-AND... '
.... '. Jaw im' .T..HNA' ''ONAL..
Trinity-Baldwin High School daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. : :
lootluill game at Baldwin last Chuck Rentiers, for some 1 :::: ::: : "" '. .eRD ell PYTIa -, I

Friday night. time. {{{!c ff \ ; 12" BLACK/WHITE/ i 1 1 t
Mrs. Ronnie Mosley and Mrs. Pierce Crews visited m $
her brother-in-law and sister, m.I 1 088'
daughter of Muxville, spent 4' I
Saturday with her parents Mr. and Mrs.\ Waldo Pringle, ;; ;;1fH: \ The ill purpose electric!

:Mr. and Mrs. Harold Eunice.: of Worthington Springs ... cooker! S-l-O-W cooking TELEVISION
:\11'. and Mrs. Glen Shulord.. recently and spent. several in stoneware. Holds a i
Sheri and Nancy and their days Ilh them. They brought full 3-1/2 quarts. For ,
!mother. Mrs. Hester (Hicks. her home on Wednesday.Mrs. the best In nutrition All solid state chassis with,
,\isited her brother-in-law and \ Sonya Camp and Mrs. t 1 flavor or, and flame/ economy.color. Avocado lightweight' cabinet lute- 4i aa a
sister. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Gene Pearson attended the __ MATTEL grated circuits. and other
; solid state devices make .
liPW Club District +
lloiian.: of Jacksonville meeting at
Sunday afternoon. On their the Robert Meyer\ Hotel in A t for efficient' operations 75
v Square' indies of viewing 8
$ 8
u ay home they stopped by for Jacksonville Saturday.Mr. rBARGAIN area Black and ijtey Weighs 84
11 snort visit with her nephewand and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs GIFT! 18 Ihs Complete with'
niece. Mr. and Mrs. D.J. \isited their brother. Clarence CAMPER earphone LIMIT

I'arrish and lamily of Max- Dobbs, of Sanderson, Sunday r Includes Camper, chairs, 3100 t
Mile., afternoon. ; -.-- tent,, table, sleeping bags limit I II
Saturday overnight guestsof Jeff Southerland and Uncle I Barme Doll Not Included
Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie 1\5ton Andy, of Pl.'nsacola.t're Friday .
were (their brother and sister- overnight guests of Mr. ,,w ; 88OK LOVE IT!,1.L 15 8EASY BAKE OVEN $1388
m-liiw Mr. and. Mrs.m.. and Mrs. Ben McCulley and 12
Harris; sister Mrs. Stokes Laid. LIMIT EA.
and Donaldand; mother Mrs. 1
\\a'dll'll'Ilon! : all of Ococe.Mr. Bicentennial Project
und :Mrs. llermie Kelly CHOME TABLE
\isilcd their sister :Mrs. C KENNER

Janet'Ihelm.i Collins Kelly,and of illinI'5\iiieve, \Mrs.iIIe, Foundation Sophia of&New William York Casey has I .AICA/NC' BABY ALIVE X CHAIR SET 5 -1499

and Mrs. Mary Dmkins. ofIal'hua
announced a "Students Self- MOBILE CAR
.\ General Hospital.iamesMlle. So soft: so cuddly shes foam filled and the
( Sunday altcrnoon. Starter Challenge" program to closest to a real eating drinking, living baby any G'M StereoMODULE
encourage students in the 12 to I "II'.I III''I\1"1'\1"11""' doll could ever be 16 with bib, "food" bottle & 3 '
Mrs. Fred Moore \ isited her 21 age bracket to do researchon : bull, in .rrdhJh .iMnlAlit'eK diaper) "
sister :Mrs. Jewel Wade, m the origins of the American A''lIIhl,1 ,a' rpt lm,,, SYSTEM

'lo inpa.'Eucsday to Thursday independence.: Eligible project: .vh 't 'Fn'nl h limn nod) nil.itiitpv hitoilth .., '
due to the illness and death of will qualify for g':ants up to' ",il '1i1.> 'ttir sib> ,.' pMv' LIMIT
her brother-in-law Cecil $250. pit t.iliii'111, .. \( 1 Isoli 1 'I o 1 $ 8 8 r-
Wade On Mr. and .
Thursday The Foundation says there O v 33 liit'li, 1 2 Ultin-moilcjrn record) player
:Mrs. Moore attended the (0111'01'"II"' with'
interment at Silver Springs are no set rules on what constitutes ___ stand Twin, ilynamn
and returned home. an eligible project: but .-' $ 8 speakers Plays 33, A
The Annual Moore Family emphasizes' it is particularly Limit, 1 2 8 45RI'M records Solid
T state amplifier', "
reunion was held at the residence interested in project: whereinthe EACH.
of Mr. and Mrs. David applicant undertakes to Investigate Barbie

Moore. Sunday Sept. 7th.Kmgsley research and write on
) Lake where they Fisher Price BEAUTY CENTER
will be until Oct. 1st. Those some phase of the' American:

present were: Mr. and Mrs. Revolution.
W.W. Do>ing. Mr. David W, The Foundation adds, how- ACTION Limit 1 $1188 $3988
Doying. Miss Barbara Doy- ever, that any project which a $ 88
ing and Robbie Riley of student is prepared to carry out 17 8 6330
Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs GARAGE
; on his own and which: is
Fred Moore and Mrs Gayle ,
sensibly related to the Bicen-:
Moore Todor. Scott and
Bradd. and Jeff Torode. tennial celebration will be con-: PlayskoolHOLIDAY RED IDL.AN-

Law ley: !Mr. and Mrs. Paul sidered. -
Moore of Baldwin; Mrs. Applicants should write to WAGON
Mamie Lou Edwards: Mrs the Sophia & Williams Casey STEREO

Drew Ht'ddlsh.Ir! ., and Mrs. Foundation, Box .73; Glen $ 9 9 .Super strong\ steel : slyn. ,y.om l ate
Tom Casey'Miss Cathy Casey Head, NY 11545. 1 7 construction' fob l ihuut! ,';art,
and Johnny Hobbs of Starke;. I N It lots ol play'' Red AM >1M MPXplover )
Mrs C.Y. Mayo,Mr. and Mrs. i.nar -, 0 "finish with, white' '.(I'y.r, 8 t pact
Max Sparks of Tampa: Mr. trim I i:rjACCISSOKIIS dl1 .
and Mrs. Stephen It. Ellis PlayskoolMCDONALD'S! NOTINClUOfD.
t: Orange Park: Mr. and Mrs iFY7 9 9 D .
Paul Moore Doying. Gainesville ,/. KIgOI We
l'J ( $1 1 ..... $988
? \ : and Mrs. Ruth Good- $12900
"Wellow 1 ',Buck1.lJuytol'\ll\>ac........ Limit 1 ill'f7.
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18. 1975 TELEGRAPH PageS m

I A. J. Thomas, Sr. FormerCo. Residents$13,736In Net Raiford, Cuts Law Enforcement .

Clerk Dies Tues. At 82 Recycling

aluminum STARKE were 91,577 recycled pounds for of To Build Up Fire Department

Archibald Johns Thomas, Bradford County High School, He served one term in the which area residents were -
82, long time resident and in 1915. He taught in the Florida House of Representatives paid $13 739 for participatingin RAIFORD Priorities were daily reports of activity to the set four clerks and a bailiff
former Clerk of the Circuit :Reynolds Aluminum adjusted to eliminate police it base proved $9,220.23 1975-76 up
schools of Bradford and Union in the late 1920's and the council, allowing to for for the
for polling. Qualifying
Court, Bradford County, died counties in l his early years and was in the insurance businessin Recycling Program. protection in order to fund the decisions on arrests reports budget. Contingencies use election ends Oct. 6.
the fire
suddenly at his home, served 30 months in the US Starke until 1932 at which Bradford residents for upcoming through the only.Council. of budget are and Raiford Holiness Revival
Tuesday, Sept. 16. Army, during World War I, as time he was elected Clerk of recycling the equivalent of budget by the based opinion upona department equipment tennis and a Church submitted a request to
Mr. Thomas graduated, the a 2nd Lieutenant with the 39th Circuit Court for Bradford, 2,106,271 all-aluminum cans. Raiford Town Council Sept. 8. report of four arrests in the proposed basketball court., the council to install a street
sole member of his class, from this office for Aluminum "I don't believe we're of and seven
Infantry Division overseas. holding 20 years. The Reynolds month July The combination court has light close to the church, and
getting the service we're
He was Charter Com- Recycling schedulefor tickets in August.
Program speeding
...... ,.. ._ paying for," said councilman the been topic of discussion at the the council unanimously votedto
"" -- mander of American Legion Starke during Septemberis "I'm m favor of keeping
last few council meetings. do so. A security light on the
Lee Brailler in the discussion.
Post 56, and served three every Tuesday (except patrolman if he will submit to Union County Recreation service at the town hall
times as Commander. He was Sept. 2-due to holiday) from "The expense amounts to the council\ a daily report of Director Larry Powell has will be installed pole at the same
about $19 annually for each "
Worshipful Master in the 9:30-11: a.m. at Bradford activity in a monthly log given an estimate on amountof time.
Masonic Lodge, a Charter Square front of T.G. & Y. person in Raiford for extra said Councilman J.D. Griffis."It's materials needed, and
Member of the Starke Rotary store, iJ.S. 301 South (837 S. police protection that doesn'tdo a matter of priorities.We discussion of an approximate
V A Club, and a Charter Memberof Walnut St.), where the public anything" unless called can't get the fire depart- $5,000 figure followed. First Aid MeasureAt
the Madison Street Baptist will receive 15 cents per poundfor upon, he added. ment going with the budget we Councilman Elmer Wallace Your FingertipsYou
Church. He has been active In the aluminum. The council pays an annual have to work with, and we suggested that county pavers
the Real Estate Business Statewide, Floridians sum of $4,000 to Union CountySheriff's spend $4,000 a year on bur lay the asphalt when in the probably didn't know

since 1953. recycled 12,800,000 pounds of Department for four densomei unnecessary ex- t area in order to cut costs, and you keep a first aid kit in your
Mr. Thomas is survived by aluminum for the January hours police duty each day. t's slightly un- lay special tennis surfacing freezer. It's an ice cube., This
wife Eva Mae Thomas of and Value of such protection had said Brailler.
bis through June period, profitable, afterwards.A cheap, efficient item can kill
Starke: two sons, A.J., Jr., received $1,917,447 from been in question for several The cut amounts to nearly motorcycle "Enduro"race
Fort Lauderdale, and F.. Renolds. months, as there have been no half the unanimously ap-- was proposed to the pain, control bleeding and inhibit -

Delano,of Starke; a daughter, Paul Hayden, Regional council by Jimmy Thornton, infection.
Mrs. Joseph Wood, Recycling Manager for owner of Bushwacker Cycle Cold kills pain because it
Gainesville; one sister, Mrs. Reynolds pointed out that Budget Shop in Raiford. Thornton numbs nerves.' If you burn
Jessie T. Morgan, Jackson- aluminum recycling whine $493,945 estimated the race to bring yourself, don't apply butter or
JL ville; one brother, William J. solve the litter problem 400-1,000 enthusiasts into town ointment. Plunge' the burned
Thomas, Jacksonville; and conserving natural resources. for the weekend event. area into a pan of Ice water. If
nine grandchildren. "Production of new Enduro events require that that isn't possible ice
Funeral services are products ,from recycled ApprovalIn contestants keep an average cube
the burn butdon't
directly on
scheduled for 2 p.m. Friday; aluminum conserves the speed based on the ruggedness -
School Board Attorney Wayne Carroll explains legal.. at the Madison Street Baptist world's deposits of bauxite, of the course, which is rub-it may cause dam-
tions to the board as adamantly-opposed Superintendent Church, with interment in which is mined for the checked at various points age to injured tissue. As wellas
i James Cason and new appointee Bessie Griffis consider a Crosby Lake Cemetery. production of virgin, throughout the course, easing the pain the: cube
:shorter work day for teachers In Union County. Honorary Pallbearers will ,aluminum" Hayden ex Lake ButlerCouncilwoman Thornton said. will also inhibit swelling prevent -

be the Bradford County plained.A Eight classes of mostly blistering and speed heal-
I elected officials. Active MVW. {JAKE BUTLER The Lake 'Margie Cason middle-aged entrants wouldbe
Starke Elementary Pallbearers will be J.R. Kelly, barking dog is often more Butler city council approved a will be checking with an en- awarded nearly 40 trophiesfor ing.An ice cube also tightens the
Guy Andrews, George GeraldWilliams Pierce, useful than //a sleeping lion. $493,945 budget Wednesday vironmentalist for recom- the three-hour event. blood vessels under the skin so
Elementary School Long, D. Patrick and E. J.T. Lawson, Irving. Thornton was informed that
Washington night, complete with a reduce mendations on what kind of it slows then
doors to 597 students Strong. They assisted and Levon Andrews the council was agreeable, but bleeding, stops
opened are by tion in the millage for city plan to enter to alleviate the
Sept. 2. Since then enrollmenthas aides V. Adams, G. Jackson, Victor Borge was asked if residents.The sewage system problem.The that the Union County Com- bleeding by speeding up the
increased to 629. B. Tyron and S. Wilkinson. In lieu of flowers the family his touring one-man show was new budget is up $13,727 Lake Butler system mission would have to issue a clotting action. This constric-
School hours for childrenare Clerks are E. Allen J.' requests that contributions be the same as his one-man showon from last year's $480,218. The treats wastes from the Recep-- permit for the activity and the tion also reduces discolorationand
9:05: to 3:15.A : Carter and C.. Taylor. Classroom made to the A.J. Thomas, Sr. Broadway. "Yes," he said, milfage is down from 7.858 to tion and Medical Center, forc- sheriffs department would swelling.
noticeable lack of aides are G. Tomlinsonand Memorial Fund, Madison "and with the same cast." 7.574, a small .284 mill reduc- ing the plant*to operate at 97 have to be notified. Holding ice cubes on an open
"criers" in kindergarten S. Reddish. Custodial Street Baptist Church, Starke, -Contributed by Sandy C. tion. Higher property valua- per cent capacity. When the The council with also decided to wound may prevent infection
classes this year leads us to I workers are D. Burch, M. Fla. tions and more residents city first entered the agree- proceed furnishing the because don't '
believe that children are more Williams and J. Cuffee. Ga/fney milted the decrease, while ment, the prison populationwas town hall as soon as possible. in germs. multiply
Lee Brailler cold.America
'worldly' now when they begin Cafeteria workers are man- still bringing in nearly the approximately onethirdof Councilman was deep
school, as it is not such a trau-, ager D. Brown, L. Bell, J. same amount as last year, the what it is now, Mrs. Johns appointed to hire someone to
choose conference table
,matic experience as in years Cuffee, C. Griffis, W. Griffis, council said.Drastic said.Another a OutTalksRest
conference chairs
past. I'm sure the Headstart, R. Marks and W Crawford. figure changes may hike in costs to resi- eight 10-12(
I,Tiny Tots, Preschool Nurseries School Lunch menu for the ibe because of a consolidationof dents came in the rise in folding chairs, draperies and of the WorldThe
rods for the hall.
(* and other such pro- week of Sept. 22-26 is: banking accounts, Mrs. cemetery plots: The council
,grams help in preparing Monday: Hot dog on a bun, Jackie Johns, bookkeeper, voted to raise the price of the meeting Carpet to was be chosen purchased at the at l l..S! hut more phones
children to adjust in the school baked beans, slaw, apple said. plots from $20 to $50 per per- $9.50 yard from Denmark than any other country" accord-
1 world. sauce and milk. A public hearing for the son. This figure is in comparison Furniture per Co. in Starke. ing to AT&T America have

School personnel are: Tuesday: Country fried 'budget is scheduled for the to $150 in other areas, Plans for the Oct. 21 electionof 138.3 million phones, an averageof
Carl Clark, Principal; steak, mashed sweet potatoes, next regular/ meeting on Oct. Doyle Archer reported. AdditIonally mayor and town coun- 63.47 phones for
Helen Paterson, secretary. green beans, pear salad with BY NEIL CRAWFORDThe 8,with final adoption expected the number of plots cilmen included appointmentof hundred The every
R. Chilson, coach; S. Meale, cheese, cookie, roll and butter ., at that time.A was increased to 138. clerk Catherine Alvarez to people. world
Z. and Increase in expendi- average is X.6 per hundred.
art; E. Howell, speech; milk. large
Jennings, music; M. Peek, Wednesday: Chicken salad Bradford Bassmaster At 8 p.m. all boats returnedto tures, and one that brought
librarian; M. McDonald, potatoes au gratin, buttered'peas Classic was held at Rodman Kenwood Landing. At this some controversy, is in the
EMR; B. Haas, TMR. with carrots, peach half, Reservoir Saturday, Sept. 6. time it began to rain. After all police chief's salary.
Kindergarten teachers are cinnamon roll and milk. All six contestants and part- boats weighed in, we found The new budget calls for a
D. Brewer, D. Dixon, D. Gray, Thursday: Cowboy meatloaf ners arrived at Kenwood Don Thompson the winner of $3,195 hike to the police chief,
and R. Snell. steamed cabbage, potato Landing at 8 a.m. All seemedto the First Bassmaster Classic. who is also the superintendent
First grade teachers are C. salad,chocolate pudding, corn be ready, but not too eagerto Don fishes hard and long, of water and sewers.Councilwoman '
Hoffman, H. Johns, T, Noun, bread with butter and milk. fight the hyacinths, and also loves to fish. These Margie Hey MsSecretary '
and P. Wainwright. Friday: Cuban sandwich, hydrilla, etc. are three factors that help i Cason objected to the raise. .
Second grade is taught by F. buttered corn, tossed salad, If beautiful weather was a make a good Bassmaster. Don She somewhat quoted county
9 DeSue, M. Gay J. Green, S. orange half and milk. big factor in getting old "lock lives in Orange Park, and is a commissioner Paul Riherd, '* '
Williams. Third grade Each week we will be bring-- jaws" to cooperate, we would principal at one of the schools.\:who objected to a salary of one W ;_ I.: .
teachers are F. Jenkins, E. ing news about school activities have had it made, because it He is a very dedicated person, ,county employe saying, "It's j -
McLeod S. Schultz and L. teachers, student accomplishments was a scorcher. to his work as well as to his too much for that type job."
Williams. Fourth grade class projects and Bobby Allen was my part-- bass fishing.On Mrs. Cason moved that the P X
teachers are E. Kitties M. other interesting happenings. ner for the Classic, and we behalf of the BassmasterClub council not pay the chief the +
Rahn and M. White. fifthgrade Look for the column next found Rodman just like we left I would like to congratu- new salary, but the motion When You r
is taught by P. Adkin- week. See you then. it a few days before rough. late Don on a job well done. died for lack of a second.
son L. Johns and S. Winkler. Sandy Davis Some of the Bassmasters I'm sure he will be gunning fora Besides the police chief, the
Title I reading teachers for Starke Elementary SchoolDAY headed for the barge canal spot in the '76 Classic. police and school patrol figurewas NeedOffice
this ,year are K. Austin, Y. locks to get through to the St. The Bassmaster Banquetwill up.from $11,150 to$14,050
Johns River, but they soon be Saturday, Sept. 20 at 7 this year a $2,900 increase.
returned to Rodman as they pm. at Bernie and Jean's The sanitation departmentwas
found the bass in the St. Johns Restaurant in Melrose. I'm up just slightly more than SuppliesCall
CARECENTER had lock jaw. sure you will enjoy the food, as $2,000 from $16,527 last yearto
Bob and I sure fished hard well as listening to a few $18,720 this year.
all day. We didn't take timeout "Hawg tales," so don't be Clerical and office help is up
to eat. If they would let you late.Did $2,000, too, from $12,600 to Vernon ParmenterAt
weigh in"mud fish" and "alli- any of you Bassmasterssee 14600.
gators" during a bass tourna- a blue streak on the river Administrative costs for
From arm babies to ment, I would have been in a last Saturday? That was W.T. the mayor and council and '
good position to win. I caughta Smith in his new bass rig witha city attorney, stayed the -
age. Constant four-foot alligator on a 65 "Hoss" Mercury. I don't same. Those figures total e e .

care, 2 balanced purple spring tail worm. He think he will have to worry $11,400.A .
sure did stretch my line. Bob about too many beating him to motion was made by
snacks. Now open 7 and I got a charge out of that l his favorite "Hawg" hole. Councilman Bill White to He Has Everything From Markers To

to 4:30 p.m. catch. We are sorry to hear that increase the mayor's salary
About 6:30: p.m. I landed a Don Brown's dad is sick. We $100, from $200 to $300 a
rates., couple of nice bass, and lost certainly hope he will soon be month. Sophisticated Calculators Or ThousandsOf
''a.m.will work with about four more. Bob lost several back at full speed. "Lake Butler has become a
also. The is so bad "
grass full-time job, he said.
to solve you can hardly land a bass Bass Wishes White argued that the city Other Office Supplies
problems. once he gets tangled up. Neil CrawfordUC should raise the mayor's sal- ,

ary, in lieu of hiring a city I
GREATER BETHLEHEM FREE WILL manager. He also said they
BAPTIST CHURCH needed someone "to stand by
1101 Chestnut St. at Ash St. Splashes 13-6 the decisions of the council.
For further Info call: 964-5136 or 9648866BRADFORD Mayor John Shaw said he

would not accept any more
Over KH IndiansA money, because other com-
mitments were more pressingto
slippery ball slid had a broken play on an "I don't intend to accept,
through the hands of intercepted pass. because I'm going to have toget
\ Keystone High Saturday Kent Mills, 192-pound out to get on to other
\ night at Bolles to linebacker, was awarded the, things," he said.
University Christian splash team's Hatchet Man Award White's motion died for lack
19CLB. to a 13-6 victory over the for his defensive efforts, of a second.
Indians.It Coach Goolsby announced The street fund was reduced
IP was a rain drenched Monday. He made 12 assistsin $30,000 from last year's $58.422
: GREEN opener for both schools and the game. to $28,000 this year. Mrs.
Keystone Goolsby Action in the first quartersaw Johns explained that since the
CABBAGE said, "We fumble the ball UC punt after receiving money had already been used
five times and that was the the opening kickoff and to repair roads, not as much
big thing that broke up our running three plays. The would be needed for the upcoming
drives." Indians fumbled but year.
10 LB. Halfback Paul Gonzales regained possession on Gary The utility revenue' fund
scored the lone touchdownfor Moyer's interception at the budget is up from $211,250 to
the Indians on an eight Keystone 20. However, $217,696, an increase of $6,446.
SWEET yard run with two minutes Keystone was forced to punt Like most other cities, fed- Also
HOME GROWN Talk To Vernon About
., POTATOES gone in the fourth quarter. after three plays netted only eral revenue sharing funds :
University Christian eight yards. Another turnover will be down, from $48,267 to

SUGAR scored in the second and (fumble) gave $40,829.In Your Hmmdm.
CANE19B. third quarters on runs of 38 Keystone good field position other council action, Printing .
and one yards. A kick for the at the UC 47 but the Indians water and sewer hook up fees
were held again. were doubled, raising the I
PAT was good after the Keystone picked its price from $50 to $100. Mrs. ., Call
NEW CROP second TD and University Initial first down of the game Johns said this figure is still x '', 964-5764 TodayThe
Christian had its margin of early in the second quarter conservative, since the $100: a
victory. after halting UC's drive at barely covers the cost for '
APPLESNorman's Keystone "was on 37. Eubanks ran for two and materials. '
t University Christian's 33 and five yards. Gonzales then Council members also .
39 seconds to play. but carried for six and a first agreed to extend sewer lineson
quarterback Larry down at the midfield stripe. SE 3rd Avenue, but Coun- .
39tB Gouldthorp'i pass slipped Three plays gained only two cilman Tommy Spires and
through the fingers of end and Gonzales punted to the
Mark Aduekiewicz. Two, UC 25.'
plays later on fourth down The defense held and punted. On) Keystone's first ,
I Farm another Gouldthorp aerial forced UC to punt but a lost play at the 26, Gouldthorp's : '
was Intercepted to end the fumble returned the ball to reed i itortopthenf UCKeystone's Dllie.Shap
II game .
Produce Market Coach Goolsby said he was UC at the Keystone 38. UC defense was

I pratty; well pleased with his scored on the next play to go stubborn but UC scored on
team s overall performance ahead with 4:36: left in the its fourth running play. The CaN
617 N. Temple Avc.9646O71 on offense. "Considering the half. The PAT failed. kick'was good for the PAT. .110, W, Sl Starke..

conditions" he said "We and UC led 13-0 with 7:40: t .. "
Open Mon-Sut In the second half UC
did well but we did 'fumble received and quickly remaining In the third I I. ''ftSeptember .
the ball five times and we again .quarter.,

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TELEGRAPH September IS.197S


I To TackleBu'chholzBobcatsIn .iiteligrnptr J JSPORTSl

the first crucial test for Bobcat team, they say. The quarterback is Dale completing 6. 5, 191 Both the tall receivers holz eleven Tornado coachessay
both teams, the Buchholz Bob- Guards are Lemuel Perry, 10, Robinson, 12 6-0 170, not as The fullback is Emery will have the reach on the is eliminating mistakesand
cats and Bradford Tornadoeswill 6-0184, and Neal Zimmerman, quick as Vanguard's Don Gaines, 11 6-1 188. Tailback shorter Tornado defensive gaining consistency, both
battle in Starke tomorrow 12 5-9 225. Colston but still with good William Danzey is a senior at backs offensively and defensively."I .
night in the season's first district The Bobcats' unbalanced speed. Robinson is a good 5-11 177. The pro man is The Bobcat defensive has think that's going to make a
contest for a berth in the' line also includes big, strong passer and can throw long too. receiver Robert Gould at 6-4, a big tackles at around 200 big difference," says Coach
Class 3A state play-offs. tackle Jim Griff, 11 5-9 and The Bobcats threw the ball 16 167 pound junior Senior David pounds each. Sexton. t
"That will\ definitely be an 225. times against Lake Weir, Dickey plays the split end.at 6- Key to beating the big Buch- "Vanguard didn't stop us,
incentive for both of us," says we stopped ourselves, Coach i
Head Tornado David Hurse. David Hurse says. guard performance, and Keith Carter and Jay Godwin. I u
Both teams lost last week, The Tornadoes are working on eliminating mis- Linebackers will be Curtis '
the Tornadoes 27-13 to Ocala Tornadoes Downed 2713By somewhat beat up after the takes. Coaches maintain the Crawford and Jimmy Clark.
Vanguard and the Bobcats Vanguard game, coaches say. Tornadoes will have a good Monster man will be Emmitt S
late bid against Lake Weir fell Several are limping, and football team before the sea- Bright, the cornerback
short 2825. That leaves a questionable for Friday night. son is over. The defensive Jerome Reddish. Safetys will *
double incentive for both Other than that the Tornadoes forewall just needs game be Richard Lashley and

teams for the 8 p.m. Friday, Vanguard Opener should be ready to go, Coach experience, Sexton points out Kenny Aycox. 1
Sept. 19, game. Hurse says.Bradford. "I think our defense will Offense: center Jeffery .
In Buchholz, Bradford High ..., players have been bounce back this week," Jockel, guards Scott Pooser:
faces a bigger, heavier, physi- watching films of their Van- Coach Sexton says. "I'm look and Perry Bryan, tackles
cally superior team that is STARKE Mistakes were ing for an outstanding perfor- Tommy Edwards and.Bobby' l
quick."If. the difference Friday night as ,.nance out of our complete Smith or Charles Reams,'=ight( :
anything, they're a ,an extremely happy band of unit." end Steve Earnest, split end
better ball club than Van- Ocala Vanguard Knights rode Tentative Tornado starters Jackson Prevatt, quarterback
guard," says Tornado 27-13 over a scrappy bunch of for the Buchholz game will be: Jimmy Prevatt, fullback
defensive chief Mike Sexton. yearling Tornado footballers. Defense: middle guardScott Jimmy Clark, tailback Glen
Sixth ranked Buchholz "They didn't do anything to 11L Pooser, tackles Marty Russell DeSue, and halfback Richard
battled to the wire last weekon stop us. We'stopped ourselves and Wayne Scott, and end Lashley.
Citizens Field in Gaines- ," said Bradford High
ville but the powerful offen- Coach David Hurse. BHS led
sive machine of Lake Weir 13-7 at the half but the final

was too much. The, lead two quarters were dominatedby
changed hands eight times Vanguard.The .
during the game as the two second half was all
teams rolled up just under 700 Vanguard. Knight quarter-
yards of offense. back Don Colston,who showedthe w:0 :

Trailing by three with 2:05: Tornadoes what a superb
left in the game, the Buchholz athlete he is, scooted around
Bobcats started from their 25 left end for a 46 yard touch-
and drove to the Lake Weir 18 down on the first play of the
with 21 seconds to play. But second half. From then on it
quarterback Dale Robinson, was all Ocala Vanguard.The .

who had moved the Bobcats score put Vanguard .' fi "I T'f .
flawlessly all night, was ahead 1413. The Knights wenton lrsi.'w+ -'a.1F1.eAP1' --.--. lYib.M'-- it ,- f ".;? ""

caught from behind at the 33 to scrambling score twice Colston more behindthe who Knight quarterback Don Colston rounds left end on a 46- second half. The TD gave Vanguard a 14-13 lead and was the

as he tried to pass. A Buchholz mixed his throwing and running yard touchdown run on the first play of scrimmage In the turning point of the game. .1? I
field goal attempt from the 40 tl
as the game ended was just attack. Tornado defenders
two feet short.Buchholz swarmed like bees after the honors. Colston, who kicks Tornadoes hit Colston for a 22 TOUCHDOWNS STATISTICS
runs a type slippery Colston, and succeeded extra points left-footed, added yard loss as the QB retreated CP 1).)CaNton Vanguard-Swop, kick. thrt yard run. aHS Vanguard
offense, using a proor pro split in sacking him eight the point after and Vanguardled from an invading BHS defense 1)) BHS'Laihlay' sin yard run. EP- First, Downs IIUS Tackle Wayne Scott and two other unidentified Tornadoes
backfield with two wideouts, a times. But Colston still com- 7-0. which finally nailed him for failed. YarMRuahina 14; corral elusive Vanguard quarterback Don Colston. The Tornadoes -
man to the right and a pleted eight of 12 passes for The Tornadoes used the the first time. 31) IMS, Pravar), Ihraa yard run. IPPravatt g YardtPaiilng III sacked Colston eight times but the superb athlete hUll
pro 167 yards. He netted 43 more kick. g-S-0 Caning 1.130 led the Knights to a 27-13 opening w in.
remainder of the first periodon game
split end to the left. The Time was running out so 4)) V.ngu..d.Co'"Ion.w yard run. tf- 5-11 Punts 4.29
.yards running despite the four a 75-yard drive featuring Coition' kick. g fumbles' LOll 0
defense is a 5-4, like the Tor-
Colston kept trying to On ,
sacks which cost Colston 67 workhorses Jimmy Clark and pass. 51) v.ngu.rd.L.w. tuna yard run. 10 Yards Paiwlltad 41
nadoes except the linebackersplay third down BHS defensive end E Colston kick blockad.
closer up in the line. The yards.Vanguard Beaver DeSue and highlightedby Jay Godwin caught him after 4)) Vanguard-Swop. nine yard run.'
opened scoring a 45 yard jaunt by Richard E P.C.llton. kiCk.STARKE .
Bobcats two-platoon com- eight yards. On fourth down FLORIDA.
pletely.Tornado. midway the first period when Lashley, who also added the :
the Bradford kicking game noseman Scott Pooser finally
fans can look for failed for the first of several touchdown on a special play got a hand on Colston's shirt-
Buchholz to run the off tackle times. The snap was low and designed for Vanguard. QB tail, wouldn't let go, and the Baby Tornadoes Open Tonight !
Jimmy Prevatt missed the
power play behind their big punter Jimmy Clark was Knights quarterback was THEATRE
linemen. They also like the tackled by Knight linebackerStan point after and BHS trailed 6-7 knocked for a 12 yard loss
power s\\eeptheir most dan- Swope, the Class 3A state going into the second period. Baby Tornado depth experience to the 23, Ocala Vanguard, home,
gerous offense weapon, according weight lifting champion in the BHS managed to stop Vanguard -,, But the slick running signal footballers open the 1975 defensive front five and has Oct. 29, Eastside ((4:30: p.m.), Fri. Sat.
to Tornado scouts. 181-pound class. Swope is the on two series of downs caller lost no time coming season tonight (Thursday, merely tossed them a away) Nov. 6, Buchholz, Sun. Mon. & Tues.
Both Bobcat guards, same kind of workhorse for in the second period, then the back. Tailback Kenny Lowe Sept. 18)) at 7 p.m. on their challenge to keep the stan- away. Game time is 7 p.m.
number 60 and 75, and the cen- the Knights that Clark is for Tornado offense cranked up a returned Bradford's third home field against the Baby dards set by last year's team. A RE-RELEASE-BACK
ter, number 50, are outstand- the Tornadoes. 53-yard drive off the option period kick-off 42 yards to the Bulldogs of Suwannee County Redding said he thinks this BY POPULAR DEMAND!,
ing football players, says From the six where Clark series. Jimmy Prevatt BHS 46. Safety Jerome After three full weeks of challenge will make them St. Augustine 6
Coaches Hurse and Sexton was nailed, the Knights had sneaked over from the one- Reddish staved off a KnightTD practice, some 70 junior execute well.Redding Englewood 13 a
foot line on his second try for by fading until he got gridders are set to is of
Center Scott Pritchett, 12 6-1 their first touchdown in short varsity a University 'r fp51"BORN
204, is the best player on the order, Swope doing the the score, then kicked the ahold of Lowe and dragged, open the eight game schedule Tampa graduate. He has been
extra point to put BHS ahead him down. against the Live Oak eleven coaching four years, but this Eastside 7
13-7 with 2:27: remaining in the On the first play from that stole a Jacksonville bowl is his first at Bradford. Offensive .
To The Voters Arfd'' first hal-.- -tl.'i, scrimmage however...colsl '1. ,bid from them last year., and defensive line Ocala. Forest, .14
The drive featured runs! of I exploded around his left ,bf"' "'. And the/ want to live up to coach Reddy Cox blayed at -; } .1t.' ,I. / USERS"ARERELEASE 1aI t tl
17 and 16 yards by DeSue from and scooted down the sideline. \at least the same 6-1 record Ole' Miss. Ronnie Evert: the Live
his runmngback post. Full- He was not touched over the 46 they had last year under offensive and defensive back Oak 0
back Jimmy Clark ran three yard TD run. Kicking left Coach Harry Hatcher coach, is from Santa Fe High Bolles 28 THE OP.IOINAL
Citizens times.Cor 6, 6, and 8 yards footed, Colston added the School by way of MississippiState SCREEN APPEARANCE OFTQMUU1GHUN
Hatcher left the school
before DeSue went up the PAT. where he
was a l
middle to the half-yard mark, system and Butch Redding to terback. quar- Buchholz 25 I
setting the TD up for Prevatt. Vanguard's sudden explo- coaching to head the junior AS BILLY JACKPLUF
A Colston to Donny Hopkins sion turned the game around., varisty staff. Coach Reddingsays Other games for the season Lake Weir 28
OfStarke include Sept. 26, Ocala
It gave the Knights a 14-13 ad-
pass on the previous series, the real challenge for the
Vanguard, norne Oct. 1,
dominated ;
vantage and they
which looked like a certain entire team and season is to
Knight touchdown, failed the rest of the game. maintain that statistic Gainesville High, away; Oct. Macclennv 34
9, North Marion, Oct.,
BHS could get nothing going away; GREGORYPECK
when Hopkins caught the ball, recorded last
had possession in back of the the second half, and could not year. 16, Palatka South, home; Oct. Hamilton 12
Offensive starters intonight's
the Ocala eleven from
Tornado defense, then
debut .
are sophomore
the football.
dropped the ball. Colston weak side tackle Dennis
showed local fans his arm Second time Colston and Brown, sophomore weakside ATTENTIONAN DESZ
when he tnrew; he zinged the their hands the
crew got on guard Ricky Johns,
THANKSJoe ball, .throwing clothesline ball in the third period they sophomore center Chuck ORGANIZATIONAL MEETING FOR MEN'S FLAG ARNAZ.JR."BILLY .
passes.Colston drove 83 yards in 12 plays for a Register, sophomore strong
faded to pass and third touchdown, Lowe going side tackle Roger Barnett, FOOTBALL WILL BE HELD AT THE I
scrambled when he couldn'tthrow 1i
in from three yards out with sophomore strong side guard
as the second period ran 1:48 left in the
: period. Hal Hlggenbothem OLD NATIONAL GUARD
Warren Dist 4 out. He completed a 37 yard Colston and Lowe carried sophomore tight end Roland ARMORY United Artists t

(Paid Pol Adv) pass yarder to to Hopkins running back and Kenny a five drive.the ball Slot almost the entire Cummings, freshman MON. NIGHT SEPT. 22 AT 7:00: P.M !
man Donny Hop- quarterback Jeffery Norman,
Lowe. Then the swarming kins was on the receiving end freshman fullback Scott Hull, Ages 18 & Up Are Invited To Attend. I 301 ;

UUU .. IIM .. UuI .. UI .. UI and of three 10 yards Colston, to passes get in of on 2,the 31, Tyson freshman, sophomore tail back running Marvin

back Allen Norman and fresh-
Short On Cash? act.BHS managed to block Cols- man split end Dinky Kilby. I I.Fri

ton's extra point kick, but Sophomore David Dai ley will DeWitt C. Jones Sat.
Vanguard had a 20-13 advantage alternate with Ronald .

SEE OLIN, HE WILL TRADE Cummings at the tight end Boy and His Dog .
BHS could not move the position. Funeral.Home
FOR ANYTHING football as the third period Starting for the defense are PLUS
I- 'I- ended. Vanguard kept the sophomore ends Roland ,
football for all\ but six plays of Cummings and Bill Hayes, STARKE PHONE 964.6200RENTAL Hellcats
FROMA the fourth period. sophomore tackles Dennis ,I
Sun Mon & Tues
Brown and Craig Holmes
The BHS defense gave sophomore middle guardRoger HOSPITAL BEDS. WALKERS. WHEEL CHAIRS :
: BATTLESHIP = ground stubbornly, bending Barnett, sophomore 4" CRUTCHES Teenage Playmates
but hard to break. On its first linebackers David Dailey and
series in the final period Van- Hal Higgenbothem :KEYSTONE HEIGHTS PHONE473.3176t PLUS
I TO A guard made two first downs sophomore cornerback Allen
before Tornado defenders finally Norman, sophomore safety 'Truck Stop Women
chasing Colston for a big 23 safety Henry Pete, and
I''W.: yard loss, Scott Pooser making monster man Esau Bright.
.. the tackle on the elusive
For A DownPayment quarterback who kept giving Redding said the team will\ INTRODUCING H
ground and trying to find a run the basic power plays.Only .
1 t receiver open. occaisionally throwing I
I the ball. He said quarterback I
BHS couldn't move and the Norman can throw, though
kicking game got the Torna- and is connecting very well
On A Home does in trouble for the second with his receivers. {Thomas
time in the game. A low snapon Norman was the junior
the punt made it impossiblefor varsity manager last year and ASOUNDFOREVERVONE
Jimmy Clark to get the has "Insight' into the game,
boot off. Clark desperately Redding said. Redding
passed and it was almost com predicted Norman's maturingon
Would You Bvlieve? pleted. But the Knights took junior varsity and TO .NORTH CENTRAL FLORIDA

over on the Tornado 41 yard becoming an outstanding f I
line.It. performer for varsity by the
Olin's Has .
a took dozen time he's a senior.
running Special Sale''
plays for Vanguard to get into Other exceptional per
24x60 3BR-2B the Tornado endzone. Colston formers on offense are
1 This/ Includes/ ,
L I Lowe and fullback Steve tailback Marvin Tyson, PRICES ON ALL MODELS
DOUBLEWIDE Delivery Set Up Swope got yardage in small running back Allen Normant This organ a
90l00 Tied Down A chunks from a stubborn BHS and strong side TIL SEPT 26 ,
FOR defense, but made the crucial Higgenbothem.On to be given
Fully Furnished!Set Up & Del. Hook Up To first downs to keep going.A defense, Redding is :
/ pleased with Roland Cum-
away ,
Water A Sewer mings, Dennis Brown, and
1 '1,000 Down_ 1'141 Per Month Lowe nine,kept yard the pass drive, Colston alive and to Esau Bright. Redding termed 26th
I the ball the defensive signal caller David IE,7: FZ1tE I
put on Tornado
.I Use Our LayAWay Plaq. nine yard line.. From there Dail"keeps y the a "leader defense,"going that" :: : .

.! A Small Amount Will! Hold The Home Of Your ChoiceOLIN'S j Swope final Knight ran nine TD.yards for the Keys to both the offense and : ;
defense are in the lines, ( OUR Organ C.nrer" 1
Redding said. In the offense, LOT ON 8d1 .
MOBILE HOMES Colston kicked the point-af the "big kids" with a year ST. 613 'n ;w. 16th- avenue, gainesvill! : : .. ;' :;
I ter-touchdown. rr ,
The TD came under their belt, can run'. '
I ) with 13 seconds left in 'the almost anything." OPEN TIL aPM M tllru F SAT lit IPM 3765111'; "", ,, "na ud.

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J September 18.1975 TELEGItAIMI Page 7I

I %Jnion High Tigers Whitewash West Nassau 28-O I IfE

L4I! BUTLER Luke tions and knocked down four at the 29>yard line and got fumbled, but recovered it at a down. On the fourth down run tried to hit Tim Whitehead for eight yard touchdown. Smith a middle dive. Smith scored
Smith running game and other passes. three yards to put the ball at loss of seven yards. Williamson was on the right two points but the pass was a then ran around right end for making it 28-0 running behindthe
Glen Kemp's pass defense The Tigers had possessionof the 32 yard line with a second Now the Tigers had a third sweep and made nine yards little long and the Tigers had the extra two points to make blocking of Cummings.
helped ;the Tiger gridders the ball most of the game. down. Then Warrior. Terry down at the 30 yard line. before Cedric Warren stoppedhim to settle for six more points to the score 22-0 with just min- ''The extra point attempt
open the 1975-76 season with a All the Tiger scores came Williamson made two runs, On the third down play the at the 17 yard line, shortof make the score 14-0. WN got utes gone from the third quar- failed.In .
28-0 shut down the the first down. the ball and drove down to the the final quarter the
over West from long drives. Longest one for five yards and the Tigers tried option pitch ter.The
Nassau last Union could not move the Tiger five yard line with a Warriors got the ball at Tigers did not score but they
Friday night at scoring run of the game was a other for two, just short of a out and it netting 25
the Union High Stadium. 24 yarder by running back first down. Two straight yards to put the ball at the five ball and was forced to punt fourth down and just over one their 20 yard line after the did get four of the Warriors
Smith rushed for 68 yards, Sam Jackson. Jackson also penalties of five yards put the yard line with a first down. from the 26 yard line; WN got to go. On the fourth down play kick-off 'went into' the end turnovers.
including two touchdowns. set up another touchdown by ball back to the 30 yard line Smith ran the next play up the the ball at its own 39 yard line. the ball was inches short and zone. WN was only able to Billy Williams recorded a
Junior defensive back Glen returning a kickoff 51 yards. with a fourth and ten punting middle for one yard then After moving into Tiger territory the Tigers got the ball and move the ball out to the 43 fumble when the Warriorswere
at the 32 line with made one play before the half line down to the Tiger two
Kemp made three Intercep- WN got the opening kickoff situation. 'Jackson went over right guardto yard a yard when it was fourth
The Tigers got the punt at put the ball over the goal second down, Kemp made a ended. down and 10 to go and the yard line. Then the Warriorsgot
their 42 yard line. On first line for the touchdown. key'' interception to stop the Union got the second half Tigers got the punt at their 36 the ball after halting a
Teripis down fullback L.W. Cumm- Smith added two points to Warrior drive and the Tigers kick-off and started to work yard line. long Tiger drive and the ball
Tourney ings went over left tackle for the score with a sprint around took over at their own 13 yard fast when Jackson broke loose On the first play Hazen hit was intercepted by Kemp on
line. for a 51 yard return to put the the first and the
two yards then on the next left end for the extra point try Whitehead for a 25 yard passto play Tigers
Again the Tigers could not ball at the 19 yard line of the move the ball to the Warrior took over
play got one yard over right to put the Tigers in front 8-0
Finals ResumerSat. 'guard With it third down and with just less than five minutes get moving and punted from Warriors. 39 yard line. On first down SCORE BY QUARTERS
seven to go Luke Smith broke left in the period. their 22 yard line and the Hazen ran the ball on first Hazen kept the ball on a LB I i 14 0-tt
through the right tackle hole, .. The Tiger defense was hold- Warriors got the ball at the down for two yards and Smith broken play and turned it intoa WN 0 0 0 0- 0
hustled the middle for
and missed three tackles for Ing the Warriors after the kick Tiger 49 yard line. WN up 16 yard gain and another
MorningSTARKE '14 yards and a first down at and forced them to punt. But couldn't get a drive estab- another seven yards to put the first down at the 23 WN yard
lished and the ball at the Warrior 10-yard '
the Warrior 45 yard line. Jackson was returning the exchange gave line. 'if You See Roaches
Sam Jackson went to the punt and the ball was knockedout the Tigers the ball at their 20 line, with a fourth down. Cummings went up the
Only one matchof from 31 to 40 entries and more same hole in the line for five of his hands and West yard line., Cummings went up the middlefor middle on the next play for six Ants-Fleas or Rats or
the Starke Golf and Country out of town participation. yards and Smith followed with Nassau took over at the Tiger First down, fullback Cumm- two yards and a first downat yards then Smith got 10 yardsto
Club Invitational Tennis Doubles teams represented the same play for 10 yards and 21 yard line with a first down.. ings broke loose up the middlefor the eight yard line. move the ball to the Warrior Suspect,Termites ,
Tournament final competitionwas Jacksonville, Orange Park another first down at the WN On first down WN wasrunning a 27-yard gain and did the Hazen sent Paul White out seven yard line with a first
completed Sunday after- Keystone Heights, Raifordand 26 yard line. Smith got the ball the left sweep and ,same thing for seven yards on on the right end and hit him down. Jackson moved the ball
noon before rains caused post- Gainesville in this year's and tried the same play that Tiger Jimmy Mobley droppedthe the next play to cross into with a pass that turned into an down to the three yard line onI GET

ponement of the event according tournament play. Howard had just worked three times, runner for a two yard loss., Warrior territory at the 46
to tournament director said. but this time the hole was A 15 yard penalty helped the yard line with a second down.
Grover Howard. Trophies will be presented plugged and he only got three Tigers hold the Warriors to Again Cummings found room I want to 'thank each and HELP !
Joey Herres battled to an 8-5 following the final match. yards. On the next,play Smith the 28 'yard line on fourth to run up the middle for every
pro-set victory over Robbie another 11 yards and a first one that voted for me in the City
Pierce in the 12-and-under age "down at the 35 yard line. On PHONE
bracket in the first match of Tigers Face Pro Offense OfPKY the first down Smith went Election 964-5745

the tourney. Herres qualifiedfor ,around left end for 11 yards I feel that the opposition was _
the finals in a win over and another first down at the. _
Chub Johnson 8-2 in semi-final 24 WN yard line. against the issue'and not the man ''
competition last Saturday and Tomorrow Night With 2 Injured Jackson was called into 1STOIlTlOL

Pierce won 9-8 in a tie-breaker U' action on the next play and Thank you ,
'match against Janice Jockel. ran around left end for a 24
LAKE BUTLER The Union They will have the same replacing Sweat and Ricky JIMMY McRAEPaid
These matches touchdown with
pro-set yard run :
Bracket nestled in a tastrCM C&
line-up with the exception of Mobley's
County Tigers already have'
Howard describes, are left in the first half.
( Pol. Adv.1) Free
three strikes against them Vernon Sweat taking Craw.ford's place.The I Inspection a Estimate.Subject
determined by the first playerto Quarterback Danny ,Hazen
Don Davis game starts at 8
win eight games, and before they even attack the place p.m.
because the match' was P.K. Yonge Blue Wave Friday
shorter the boys managed to night at Citizen's Field ,in To Availability Or Prior Sale &,
avoid the rain. Gainesville.First I Carry Specials
Ruth Hazen had topped ,two defensive starters I Sale Prices Good Thru Oct. 2
Lynn Pierce 6-4 in the first set were injured in last week's
of girl's 13-17 play and Pierce game, and they will be unableto
had a 4-2 second set lead when start this week.
the rains came Second, Union County is Jackson's
The Pierce-Hazen' match facing an offensive line that it PanellingFrom
completion and all other is not used to practicing
matches previously scheduledfor against.And .
Sunday afternoon will be thirdly, those Blue
played Saturday, Sept. 20, Waves weigh In somewhatmore l Starke
S Peddlers
beginning at 9 a.m.,. Before than the Tigers, who lllil hl IIIIII ; I ; I, "I. Store Only
finishing their single's battle, averages' 10" and 168 pounds. I A I I I I '
Pierce and Hazen will team up Defensive end Jimmy Mob- 'Ii) ryli hh qII ;
in doubles play, facing Donna ley will be out with a bruised i II Home _
p 418 L
Sammons and Merri Ormsbeeat knee,while a hairline fracturein qj II dlIII? e 'n
11 a.m. Hazen was a 7-6, 6-0 the hand will prevent defen- I "
victor over Sammons in sive tackle Brantley Crawford pill hl IIgIII ulq Sheets E
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singles semi-final competitionand from playing. Mobley is expected I
Pierce played! two 6-1 sets to return next week, ill Ihl STARKE.FLA. KEYSTONEHGTS
to Ormsbee: but Crawford will I
top probably IIIIIIIIi SIN Il N. CHERRY ST HWY 100 & 21
Howard predicts three have to miss another. i llllll llllll No. 2 SOUTHERN PINE
highlight matches in Satur- The Tigers this week must 1 y 4 964.6079 473.4 973'
day's final competition, which watch for the passing team of hII 14 Idlll
starts at 9 a.m. with Cliff the fourth-year starter Josh I III III Framing Sale CEILING
Lawson and Andy Crews Hellstrom and tight end .! 4MM
volleying for top honors in the Adamson. '
boy's singles bracket. Lawson Hellstrom is about 65" and II Ili uiI 8' 10' 12' 14'' M 16'
,White in. the Union Tile T
faced: Larry 210 as compared to II I
semi-finals,coming out on top County Quarterback Danny) L'UAN' HONEY 2x4 '1.19 :1.39 1.69 1.99; 2.69 ,
2-6, 6-2, 7-5. Crews won over Hazen's 5'11" 168-pound 4 I Ilp

day's his brother games;Randy 7-6, 2-6 in, 6-0.Satur-and at frame.6'4" and Armstrong nearly 200 reports pounds."If in. q ,, Iglill:;: 2x6 1.19 2.19 2.69 3.19 3.99 20% Off .

Hjalmar McMillan we can contain these ,
Janet Gunning will also playat two, I think we'll do okay," I i. '''
9 a.m., the only entrants in Coach Jack Jones said. $ 7 5 2x8 3.79 4.99 On All Stock Items5'x150'
the singles division. Hellstrom's passing did not 3 -
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and J.E. Tomlinson.: Howard threat to his boys. He said his "
expects this to be "one of the defense is unused to the "pro Off Reg. Price WIRE
better matches" if it's offense"of two wide receiversand l
anything like the semi-final ends the P.K. Yonge team'
competition. Tomlinson utilizes. I4 MESH

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scheduled for 1 Cummings took the ball 73
nament' is
p.m., says Howard, when yards in 11 carries. Sam Jack- 1/4" CENTENNIAL u2'! RIYERYIEW HICKORY $6" Sheet Kraft
Andy Crews and Larry White son went 68 yards in 13 20% Off
meet Randy Crews and Cliff carries, while QB Danny 1/4" TICONDEROGA LONG RIFLE 6' Sheet' 3/2x15 70 0' 7"
Lawson in contest for the Hazen went 30 yards in five RO,.
boy's doubles honors. A. carries. The entire offensive 1/4" EARLY SPRING FAWN 'I" Sheet '
Crews and White acquired the average was slightly more 3V2x23107n 11"Roil, On All
finals position in a 6-2, 6-4 win than six yards. 1/4"CONSTITUTION UNITY 6 Sheet ,
over Chub Johnson and Steven Jones said the team speed 6x23 77 n 14 Roll(
Griffis. R. Crews and Dawson they were going to count on 1/4" MELAGUARD WESTERN CEDAR $7"Sheet Ea. BlueLustre
easily slid by John Sammonsand this year "told the story" of
Jeffrey Jockel to vie in the Friday night game. He 1/4" GRANADA OAK $QM Ea.

championship competition. said, though, that play execu-
Women's doubles are also tion on both the offense and
We Have Several Closeout Panels That
scheduled for 1 o'clock, when defense were not good.

Melba Howard and Hjalmar He did praise the defense, We Will Deal With You On
Carpet Shampoo
McMillan play Faye Johnson saying it ''did well overall,'
and J'Lean Lafoon. when the
especially other
While Pierce and Hazen the team was within five yards We Have Prefinished Moldings -Blend, Stick Whitewood Utility Lumber &
their match,
complete several times and the Tigers
third highlight game of the were able to hold them and Colored I Nails -, Panel I Adhesives Machine Rental
at 3 Bill .
Shields tourney i and begins Jerry p.m.McGriff keep a shut-out score. 21311' WEATHERED 25' Ea,

face George I. Pierce and J.E.the, To Go With Our Panel Sale 2x3x7' GOOD' 48' Ea, Solid Used
Tomlinson in this contest, ,
last of the tournament.Shields I 1/2" CDXPlywood 21411' WEATHERED 38- Ea. BRICK
and McGriff ousted Tom Slade 1x2 IR 8' 29 '
and Bill Glover from doubles Ea. 21411' GOOD 58*
competition 6-0, 6-0, and --- Ea aC.a
Tomlinson and Pierce downed 2x4 PRECUT '92 5/8 79 .

6-4 Pete, 1-6,7-5 Clark and in the Bob semi-finals.Steninger ROOFING I I : 2x2-10' 12' 14'UTILTIY 9- LF' F.O.B. Our Yard

"There are more quality
4x8 Roof SHTG
players this year than last, According to Dr. Johnson's STRIPING. 10.'e..
dictionary, gibberish is >o
and we've seen some outstanding -
,' called from a language of Sub Floor 1x2- 3'LF
in the Delivered
preliminaries play, Howard said. Oeber, the great Arabian 15 or 30 FELT Roll $7t I

Fie attributes this to the alchemist' 11YEIRIS'HIL1SHIIGLES *&" $ 188V 118x1124'LF UlldFire.rick

tourney's second-year growthKHHundngAnd Bundle Sheet14"x4fx7'

I Fishing Day SetA '((3 Bundle Per Square) FINISH LUMBER -20_E.

The Keystone Heights special raffle on a rifle ( '100 SQFT Per Square)
Sportsmen's Club will again and scope, or $200 first prize, .. Sakrete Ready Mix
sponsor the local version of will be held. A pistol, or $100, We Have Hi Lift 'Truck ", Looks Like! .Birch 1x12No.3PONDEROSE.
the National Hunting and will be given away to the lucky CONCRETE
Fishing Day at the KeystoneAir ticket holder. Door prizes will To Put' Your Shingle On ?: Plywood PINE SHELVING 29 LF
Park, September 27. be given out most of the after-. I

4 The all day, open to the noon.. Single Story Building '$ B 1x6 REDWOOD 39 LF 80 Lb. Bag _
public event, will once again President Don ,, Morgan SandMortarConcretoI
all sportsmen and and all to share 'Sheet
entertain invites one 1 REDWOOD B9LFEND
outdoor lovers with turkey this day in observation and USED LUMBER | $ 99,
shoots, with gun and bow, tribute to the Hunter and lilO REDWOOD I' 'LF 1 ,Ea,
skeet shooting on the regula- Fisherman contribution I.IILEII.ETRUSSE,
too automatic' range, moon 'toward Wildlife and Natural PrloelPer Ft.1x0 PERFECT FOR '
air balloon walks, hot air Resources Conservation, Running .. ,
balloon rides' go-cart races UTILITY SHEDS,' OF ', '
primitive' weapon Fees from licenses and '" '
and 8'LFIII ,
display and demonstration taxes on sporting equipment .OREENIOISE -

k y there will be live entertain- pay for management of game ,2x812LF2i824'18'LF:. .. :
ment by the Green River' and none-game species; II.I.E. TURBINE
Combo and barbeque chicken acquisition of lands for future 2x8, 18>' LF i' 'I' ,
22LF2x10,20 82"E4
dinners will be served generations to enjoy, and pro- 2x8/24 : ::2 J..
bl innillll at 6 p.m. Refreabmenr..wll& i I vide many recreational hours I VENTILATORS
aU of for. the outdoor 'j-. ,, :. LF : 1 4! ',
?available enjoyment *. ;.., ,t ,. : ::1, 12r: I/wTYPE'2"e :
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Southward,But Some

Still Linger On SUPPLY

The fall mating flight, of
those twice-a-year highway
hazards, the unloveable love- Est,
bugs, is petering out with the irk ,
approach of cooler weather.
The current invasion was one DRY MOUNT-LINEN COVERPHOTO IAN
of the lighter ones,overall, for L .. LIMIT ONECREST '. YDa''
North Florida as the bugs con- ALBUM !? 1"
tinue their slow, but apparently .
determined trek TJtN.m .
southward.The : PAK OF TWO-PLASTIC-REG.'.79oPILLOW
severity of the flight, *
and how many miles the 7 COVERS. .58
motorist will get per wind- TOOTHPASTE .
shield wash next spring will
depend on where you're traveling REG. ORMINT CRYSTAL LOOK-PLASTIC-REG.99a dh
in the state, accordingto QTII
Dr. Louise Kuitert, entomologist 79c WASTEBASKET 69PVC
with the Universityof .
Florida's Institute of Food 1 1
and Agricultural Sciences, VINYL STRAP-WITH PLASTIC ARMS
and recognized as a leading REG.
authority on lovebugology.Thick STRAP CHAIR 1288 .1 088
pockets of the bugs ;
were reported along highwaysin JUST
this area in recent weeks, PVC VINYL STRAP-LENGTH 74".FOLDS EASILY ..
but there were bugless gaps in 1 "
between, and the total popula- WONDERFUL STRAP CHAISE 1 ?. .1888 I
tion this fall didn't match that ? .
of autumn flights in recent R

southward view march of the of the apparent pests, \ f REG' C .24" ;

Dr. Kuitert predicted that the \I 6 3 BROILER.
worst invasion of adult love- ,
bugs next spring will occur i. L""T' PRESTO-4 QUART PRESSURE .* *"PCC4 \ "
between Vero Beach and West z }
Palm Beach. Motorists from COOKER REG fr.: 14" '
Disney World northward : 1
should generally encounter
fewer lovebugs than In areas SCRIPTO-VUTANE 33. ,,3'g" 4.. r #x ,a ri W
farther south, unless an ANACIN r .. : I
unexpected reverse flight .D COLORS .244

takes place. LIGHTERS: .REQ. 395. . SECRET ROLL-ON -
The spring flight is usually ,
lighter than the tall flight due I BOTTLE OF 100 TABLETS MEN'S SHORT SLEEVE-REGi..3.99. I ZONE 77'ENGLISH
primarily to the number of 2 FOR $ ANTIPERSPIRANT TIT. .
predators attacking the love- ;; 5
bug larvae which nestle in DRESS SHIRTS. . .
grassy expanses such as pas --N-ef"'ACIN' 09 LEATHER MINI I SIZES COLOGNE
tures or in decaying organic I AND OTHER GROOMING 9
matter, such as bahia grass RG u" T 1 Y
clippings left along highwaysafter
mowing. Last spring's KNIT SHORTS tj
flight in the Starke area was LIMIT ONEMETAMUCIL
extremely light, leading to an MURINE "FOR YOUR EYES' C .
unfounded hope that the bugs, LADIES-ASSORTED COLORS 0 6 OZ PLASTIC : a >

wayto like Up Galloway to South now,had Flocida entomologistsreport gone thata- HEAD& TANK TOPS .2:9..1:: 66 EYE DROPS ... .BOTTLE LIMIT.1 ty

that no efficient preda- ..
tors have been found for adult SHOOLDERS SQUARES-CHIFFON-REG.1.39 aUk WILKINSON WITH 5 BLADES 39 :k
lovebugs although robins ,

quail wigs,do beetle feast larvae on the and small ear- LOt1ON s LADIES SCARVES. BONDED RAZOR .I .ONE .

gray-bround lovebug larvae.
Apparently, however, no one 1 TWIST OUT ICE CUBES
loves an adult lovebug but db : 1 UNICAP REG. 100 PLUS 240R 9,9 ,
ya 1
/ 7f. 88C 1
another lovebug. Even cattle
egrets who love to pick insects ICE TRAYS'. . UNICAP M 90 PLUS" 30. LIMIT. .
off Bossy's back, turn up M
< ,
their beaks at the mating Straw ?
adults. <> KIMBIES DAYTIME 30'sj oR 88 1,
Center of the lovebug popu- WHISK ? YOUR CHOICE
lation has been drifting south . 24 EXTRA ABSORBENT LIMIT OIME j
ward through Florida at about 1
20 miles per flight since the -- 5 FT. WOODEN
,; .
pests Pensacola were first in' 1949.reported With near two, 10.99 REG. 788 : A.R.M. ALLERGY; '
flights a year that means a POWDERED ., :. ., RELIEF LIMIT 1
southerly shift of 40 miles MEDICINE 'r
for this Dr. ) -i; LAXATIVE
reason says .:. "
Kuitert is that adult bugs ,';;.!-' '', 1
actually( flies) tend to seek 14 OZ.
: :
new territory to deposit their :\, LIMIT ONE 3 9'i

eggs. The southern driftingmay 2 .
slow down in extreme
South Florida due to lack of I
suitable pasture or other SHRUB ;. .1 6' FANTASTIC SAVINGS! OFF REGULAR
grassy areas Dr. Kuitert
Insecticidal control of love- .
bug larvae is impractical I .
because of the cost and READY MIX ?! : ?
high .
wide areas involved, as wellas RAID ANT & ROACH c --
possible residual effect on HAHDLWRAPx 9 9
the environment. Sterilization :
such as was successfullydone P .
with the male screw- (\a.I'WIa. LAWN MOWERr. 99"GASOLINE2
worm, would also be too
costly, says Dr Kuitert. of It REG: 3 1018 8c H.LAWN.P. BRIGGS'* STRATTON AMPEX 90 MINUTE REG 2 19 :
would the releasing
require ? 4
ten sterile males for every c L\M\T3 EDGERr.rr.79" 3 PAK CASSETTE TAPES : .
normal female lovebug to : : -
control the population througha

The sterilization bugs have program.become SPIKIE-COVERS 800 SQ. FT.-HI IMPACT PLASTIC POLACOLOR 2 FILM I IMPROVED FROM: POLAROID TYPE 108 469FAMOUS ., .

windshields infamous ,for clogging splattering radiators BRAND SPRINKLER ? 49 TYPE 108 COLOR FILMNEW .

scaring away tourists .
and raising the tempers of f .
Florida motorists during the PISTOL -REG,1.29 9"xl2" NEEDLEPOINT ASSORTED
five or six weeks of each year I -Kii ( STYLES, 244
when adults take flight in ; 88 "
pairs for mating purposes. % . .4" .3 ? ">.


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Head Start Year St. Annes To Celebrate 21Sunday ,1860''" t Anniv.. 0 ituari z : I IEliza

September 21, will In the Reverend
mark the 21st anniversary of Yerkes, then Arch Deacon of J. Fancher Glover Thomas 96
St.Annes Episcopal Church in Gainesville, requested the use ,
Opens Sept. 22 Keystone Heights and activi- of a small office located on Funeral services for Mrs. Glover Thomas 96, of

ties planned lor this special Lawrence Blvd. where Epis- Eliza J. Fancher, 71, of Waldo, died Wednesday, Sept.
children otherwise day will begin at 10:30: a.m. copalians in Keystone could Starke, were held yesterdayat 10, in Bradford County
turbed or
in crippled
144 Union ,
Clay includes .
a broad of
range Head Start with the celebration of Holy worship. Folding chairs were 2 p.m. In the DeWltt C. Hospital. A native of Lee
Baker and Bradford Counties medical, dental, mental, handicapped. Communion.A set up and a desk was used as Jones Chapel. The Rev.
to work County, N.C., he was a retired
will be served in CUBB health and nutrition servicesand workers are trained
luncheon in altar: In the beginningthere officiated. Burial
the Parish an Shaw
Ve4 t James farmer and had lived in .
Economic Agency's Head helps to link the sick child with these children andther Hall will follow were only six members, a list was in Santa Fe cemetery.
Start Program this year, said and his family to an ongoing program works Hampton for many years
few weekend visitors
The first priest, the Venerable plus a Mrs. Fancher died Monday
before to Waldo.
in moving He
Daniel Gibbs, direc- health care system to insure community agencies an
program Fred Yerkes, along with who attended the Sunday.ser CGL.U morning in the University
tor, in announcing that the that the child continues to effort to provide a full range of the Right Reverend E. Hamil vices. Hospital in Jacksonville was a member of the Baptist

Head Start Program will openon receive comprehensive health services, In addition activitiesand to the ton West (Ret), and founding As the.'membership iI.JI| grew, following a long illness. Bornin Church.Graveside rites held at2pm.
September 22. care even after completion of regular classroom members, will join the Rever- the Rev. Yerkes began lookingfor Baker County,she had livedin .
the Head Friday, Sept. 12, in
Although children will begin Start Program.The learning processes. end Thomas O. Feamster and larger quarters and in 1954 Sunday Sunday School, Starke since 1943. She was a
l 16 attend September 22, staff Head Start Program is Visitors are welcome at any 9:45 West Hills Memorial Gardens,
St. Annes congregation for he purchased the land which is : a.m.; Morning Worship, member of'the Hampton
returned to j[work September now serving handicapped 3. 4 Head Start Center at any this Important event. presently ,used and a Camp 11:00: a.m.; Church Training, Christian Church. Gainesville, with Johnson-
IS, to make preparations for and 5 year old children undera time, said Gibbs. The centersare Standing war surplus house 6:15: p.m.; Evening Worship, Surviving is her, husband, Hayes Funeral Home in
the term, he added. new congressional mandate located at Green Cove was placed there. Services 7:30: p.m.. Russell M. Fancher and one charge.
"Head Start is offering providing 10 percent Head Springs and Middleburg in Bazaar Slated were held there until the pre Monday Girls Ensemble, daughter, Mrs. Geraldine
snore than' ever before this Start enrollment of children Clay County, Raiford in Union sent church was built in 1958. 6:40: p.m.; Youth Choir, 7:00: Williams of Hampton. Peter WilkinsonPeter

year," said Gibbs explaining who are mentally retarded, County, Macclenny in Baker Sept. 26-27 In March 1974, the war

that in addition to the Early hard of hearing, deaf, speech County and Starke in Brad- surplus building, which had p.m.Tuesday .Junior Choir, 3:30: Wilkinson, 85, of

Periodic Screening and Diagnostic Impaired, visually handicapped < ford County. By Altar SocietyEarly been used for services and the 'pm. Glover ThomasGlover Starke died Friday, Sept. 12,
I Testing' Program emotionally dis- parish house, after the new Wednesday Family Night Thomas, 96, of i in the Veteran's Hospital,
church was built, was movedto Super, 6:15: p.m.; Sunday Waldo died Wednesday, Sept. Gainesville after a lingering
Tent Revival SetA Christmas shopperscan Workers Mts., R.A.'
Waldo, and the present In
illness. Born Philadelphia
FOR BEAUTY AND get in some time Sept. 26- G.A.'s, Acteens World 10, at the Bradford County
Parish Hall was built in its Hospital in Starke.A Pa. on Sept. 18, 1889, he
tent revival' is scheduledfor 27,Friday and Saturday bazaar, from place. 'Shortly after completion Friends, Mission Friends, native of Lee County, lived in Starke for 13 years,
Prevent Seal Insects, 9 am.5 at a Youth Handbells
p.m. of the new spacious build- 6:45: p.m.; of World War I,
Monday north US-301 at Thomas had lived was a veteran
on N.C. Mr. in
Edwards '
Whit FIlM, Red Spiders, the edge of the city limits. The sponsored by St. ing, the grounds were com- "hour of Power'. 7:30: p.m.; Hampton for many years. He a member of the American
SPRAY Aphids and other Insects Altar Society. Church Choir, : '
landscaped.The of
pletely and Veterans
from Rev: J.C. Searcy will lead the The entire stock of the ,, Adult was a retired farmer and a Legion
wintering over by Thursday Ladles
church now has a mem Wars retired ,
Foreign a
crusade.- All special singing member of the Baptist
having us spray your bazaar will be homemade bership of around 80 families Handbells, 12:00: noon; Music and
groups as well as the general Church.Mr. farmer a Baptist. t
SHRUBBERY shrubbery now.Call items, handcrafted by and has approximately 200 Makers, 3:30 p.m.; Junior his wife,
public is Invited. members of the altar society.It Thomas is survived by Surviving are
communicants. 4:15:
p.m.; Joanne
and Nora daughter,
several nieces nephews. ; one
now and have us will be held at 107 East Visitation, 7:00: p.m.
Gassett Heights:
schedule It Call St. in Starke, the building Keystone
your Reddish Completes New ProgramFor Saturday Bus Ministry five Dr. J.W. Patray and
should be done well ahead Naval Training formerly occupied by City Visitation, 8:30: p.m. Joann MillsMrs. sone. both of
NOW!I of early frost and cold wi Sept. 5 Navy Airman Barber Shop and adjacent to YouthAt Keystone Patray Don Patray,.
ther. Reddish of Mr. the Shoe Rack. ;
Tommy A. son St. Mark'sCWSCOOM. Joanne P. Mills, 35, of Starke; B.G. Patray,
will also be raffle
Reddish of There a
and Mrs. Drew
Pine LevelProTeens" Lake, Ga. and Ronald.
Silver near Keystone Statesboro, ,
Our trained, profession I 1417 Debra St., Starke, Fla., with a $100 cash first prize and died
Thursday, Sept. Huntsville, Ala. ,
Heights Patray '
LO.IDA servicemen are ready to graduated from recruit trainIng and afghan for second prize. heldat
North Florida Regional
Is 'an' exciting 11, in Funeral services were
':0. serve you. at the Naval Training Church- Hospital, Gainesville, after a in
Bible Study Club for both 4 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 13.
Center, Orlando, Fla. and senior high brief illness. She was born in Madison Street Baptist
InOL FREE INSPECTION and Classes Include instructionin Scouts Inviting junior students and offers them the church' end ant Jtekion Btrmtl Chicago, 111. on Jan. 25, 1940, Church with the pastor. Rev.
seamanship, military regu- TH RZV ;OHN M. FLVNM.
opportunity to study the Wordof and was a Baptist. ,Denton Sumrall officiating.
lations, firefighting close New Cub Members Surviving is her husband,
a- to God as well as share with Interment will in Keystone
PHONE 4-5745
order drill, first aid and Navy Albert two sons, Albert Jr.,
what have ; Cemetery with
other teens you Heights
Sunday, Sept. 21 8:30:
w. history.Citizens The North Florida Council'sCub learned. But, the "ProTeens"is a.m., Holy Eucharist; 9:45: and Allan Mills, both of Key- DeWitt C. Jones Funeral

Scouts have set a Neigh- also fun For Example, on am., Church School; 11 a.m., stone Heights; two daughters, Home in charge.
borhood Night for Tuesday, Nov. 22 will be "Stuffin Day". Holy Eucharist:; 5:00: :30 Joy Lynn and Joan E. Mills,
Starke will be to stuff all both of Keystone; two bro-
Of at Elementary Teens tring p.m., Junior E.Y.C. Meeting;
School. kinds of things (VW, bath tub, 6:45-8:15: : p.m., Senior E.Y.C. thers, William Wentz of Keith Kirchaine,
The Scouts are Inviting MOo hot dogs). There are over 500 Starke, and Kenny Wentz,
10-year-old boys and their such clubs in America today Justice, 111.; and one sister, Funeral services for Keith

Starke'Thank parents to attend to find out giving teenagers the Word and Meeting.PINE Mrs. Donna M. Garst, Kirchaine 16, of Hampton
about the program and to the time of their lives. This Orlando. were held at 11 a.m. Monday,
meet the leadership of packsin program begins this Sundayat Funeral services were held Sept 15, in DeWitt C. Jones
their neighborhood.' 6 p.m. at the Pine Level at 2:30: p.m. Monday in Jones Chapel, Starke, with Jack
Baptist Church. Director for BAPTIST CHURCH Chapel, Keystone Heights Plympton officiating. In-
the Pro-Teens club is Youth with Rev. Richard Hoover terment was in Santa Fe
You. BMSAnnualsPixTaking Pastor Gary Wheeler. I., JBM urntsuwtutaR officiating. Interment was in Cemetery near Hampton.The .
Crosby Lake Cemetery.

DYAL CEMETERY -Tat. SIGN oil. youth a student in

; Set WORKING a russet. Glen LundgrenFuneral Bradford County High School,
For The There will be a cemetery '
Giving Me CNUIU died early Thursday morning
Individual school pictureswill working at Dyal Cemetery on U services were held Sept. 11, of gunshot wounds
be taken at the Bradford
I Saturday, Oct. 4. for Glen C. inflicted by a person or per-
Monday, Sept. 15,
To Serve You Middle School Monday, Sept. asked to
Opportunity Workers are bring Lundgren, 19, a clerk in the sons unknown.
22. lawn mowers and rakes. Located 3 miles west of Food Mart on US-301
Students are urged to wear Starke on Hwy. 100. Zippy

I For Another Term As Your City Councilman colorful may be purchased clothing.when Pictures'they ST.: 'EDWARDSCATHOLIC Morning Radio 8:35 Broadcast: a.m. on Sunday WPXE died south in of a Starke Gainesville at SR-18 hospital who Yulee Surviving L. are and his Mildred parents,

shot while duty
are returned, from the r .. after being on Higginbotham Kirchaine Sr.,
and will be usedin .Sund3ypl Morning Bible 'early last Thursday morning of SR-18 near Hampton Lake;
\ photographer .... ..'t" J. .,
I < "; : the annual. H CIIC iI" 't << fO a.nf.; Sunday ''Sept..11. -ftoe held Satur- his'grandparents Mr. and "
iWirrcSntinueToWbrlc'topefher Sale of annuals begins Morning Worship Service, 11 Services were Mrs. 'J.H. Kirchain
Wednesday, Sept. 24, and will a.m. ; Sunday Evening day afternoon Sept.,, 13, at Jacksonville; three brothers.
.)+Reverend Richard Bowles Hour 6 Sun- graveside in Hampton Lake Richard, of Gainesville;
With You For The BettermentOf continue through Thursday Training p.m.;
Pastor ,. with Rev. Melvin
Cemetery Jr.
Oct. 2. Books must be prepaidbefore day Evening Worship Service, Timothy and Yulee ,
Sunday Mass 11:00: a.m. Hamel conducting.Mr. four sisters Mrs.
the order is sent in, and 7pm. Hampton;
Our Community. will cost $4.25 at the time of Saturday Mass 7:00: p.m. Wednesday Evening Worship Lundgren lived at Barbara Takabayashi Santa
Religion Classes: Service 7:30 Graham. Calif. Mrs. Connie
the order. Estimated delivery : p.m. Anna ;
Sunday 9:10: A.M. 1st thru Williams-Thomas Funeral Williamson, Hampton and
weeks. :
date is six to eight
Thank You Again ,,6th grades, Home of Gainesville was in Karen and Jane Kirchaine,
< Wed. -;k7:00: p.m.. High charge of arrangements. both of Hampton.

If the coat of education School. : To have. lost your

Vernon D. Silcox continues to rise, education Thur. 7:00: p.m. Jr. High reputation is to be dead Social Security Benefits Increase

will become as expensive as group. among the living. I

ignorance. a fv. $1.6 Million In Three Year PeriodSocial

security benefits paidto numoer ot beneficiaries and
Bradford County residents the size of their checks.

.' has risen higher than those Figures covering the last
paid nationwide in a three- year retirement and
Lake Butler Farm Center
vr year period, according to the disability payments are now
J ; Park Row News Service of going to 2,340 persons as
((1 f New York City. compared with 2.053 three
Reports show overall A majority of them
payments to Bradford are retired workers.( Most of

has been selected residents during 1974 totaled the others are disabled
I $3.9 million, a marked increase workers widows or dependent
I 1 over the J2.3 million children. ,
rt ssent three years ago. That 71 Payments for the year

per cent rise tops the United averaged $1.656 per recipient;
;, as Certified States rise of 66 per cent. considerably more than the

your -_-, t The growth may be attributed $1,105 in 1971. an increase due
to changes made in primarily during the past year
the Social Secuirty law in the by an 11 per cent boost in

Nobel Homes Less. Money Than... last few years that affects the benelits.HenSprucin' ..
lk: :
Care Center.


't'. i 2 Plant analyst Your Crop Care Information about successful farming ... .cu.mul"OOUS1LI MOMf S MIDI'MOMfWCSTOM f,$ SO. FT. again? Try one on Soup 1 cup cubed cooked
dealer will help you take samples, and Ideas used in the area. And he can M0eill KOMI these chicken and soup chicken, 2 tablespoons soy
;;' ", i handle all details of the teats He draw on the experiences and COMPLETE variations to spruce up an old sauce, 1 tablespoon cornstarch -
'f> will provide you the printed report techniques of other Crop Care 'ALL M TI"'AIS INSTALLED INCLUDING ILCCTRIC PIUMSINO.CINTHM. hen and cut on the beef bill in 'a cup fresh orange or
.1' ; I analysis along with expert dealers, too. AIM' CONDITIONING, t NIA'. CMPfTINO ANO OUAFt. the process. mandarin orange sections and
I I r Interpretation. This service pinpoints .*1MO -..'Ow mmmIYm. .."0,'... .'..1 f.c,,.,, (to*'local'T.... Chinese noodles or cooked
',: j f. 1'r deficiencies in uptake of plant 5 Skilled, professions! ,
'I', Bradford & CHUNKY CHOW MEIN: rice. J
food -"f"
I' : nutrient .
.' ; I application. A* a part of his total In cook onion in ,
Care offers
service dealer
Crop "
your Clay Counties Leftover chicken becomesan until tender. Add
4 f <1 One-source responsibility for custom application of fertilizer and butter lost
\ 1 r,,,, your farm chemical Your Certified other farm chemical Application o BEL R. oriental favorite in this soup chicken, soy sauce, and
.. INI P.o gorn7Realtor main dish combination made cornstarch. Cook, stirringuntil
/ Crop Care dealer offer weed and may be made by one of your Crop .
i / f pest control programs a* well a* Care dealer crews: Or he may with Chunky Vegetable Soup. thickened. Add oranges;
\.. .i' f 1 r r % fertilization of your crop land Your arrange for application by a qualified HOE 8 Keystone Heights, Fla. Use 'a cup diagonally sliced heat. Serve with Chinese

Crop Care dealer I II qualified to applicator. ,....... II> 473.3254 473.4691 green onions, 1 tablespoon noodles. Makes about 3 cups..
% render a complete' range of service.. the services your Crop Care dealer ,- NITE 473-4152 butter or margarine, 1 can ((19
Doyle E. Hazen from planting to harvest. offer are designed to help you get ounces) Chunky
maximum yield; and to free up your
In recognition of professionalism time to do what you do best:
.* a supplier of farm cervices Y-Certified. Menage. Your Certified Crop Care SASSY CHICKEN CREOLEThe
Doyle' ) Helen of Lake Butler Farm Cnp Can dealer pledges dealer. can provide professional
JbD! ( ( (Qo J aooaOtte !
< :, Center has been named aa a to safe latiineiau advice and services to help' you do lively blend of juices in
member of the new Certified Crop e Product and services best It better. "V-8" Cocktail VegetableJuice
Care. network..' suited for maximum efficient Remember you get Certified Crop makes this Creole sauce
.' crop production under local Care Center services only where you aaooaaaQ$ (! extra snappy. Use 2 chicken
I i Crop Care I la a unique concept In growing condition. see this sign: breasts (about I1* pounds), 2
farm supply service especially e Sound counsel on crop tablespoons butter or
'designed for you. the progressive production based on soil test margarine, 1 can ((12 fl. oz.)

farm Management businessman.take time. Time to e and Product plant application analysis services.equipmentI t JbD!I ( (I rEUUOCJ J (! Juice"V-8",- Cocktail Vfc cup Vegetable water 1

I plan Time to think. Time to make service that fit customer 1 V4 teaspoonsalt
decisions. Good management also teaspoon sugar
,| take professional' help and advice U [$ 1 medium bay leaf, 1
e A staff of professional people
when and where It I I. needed. medium clove garlic, minced,
Your Crop Care dealer offers these with the experience, V4 teaspoon thyme leaves,
services designed to give you the knowledge and capability to crushed, eighth of teaspoonhot
., kind' of professional help you need relate to grower Er pepper sauce, V4 cup green

.': to program better- manage: your cropping e A dedicated progressive to building retail business and ,ng: v Lubi pepper tablespoons strips flour,, and 2 Cooked or 3

., '1* X. Complete,,",Ice.,Your accurate Certified, soil Crop service In maintaining quality of high product standards and eteang + 'u'prO; 4, Qts. I II./!!!! *rice.butter In skillet Add, brown Juice chicken, V* 'cup in

Cars dealer will assist you In obtaining ; Plus' TM sugar
f soil samples' and will send them for IiiiiI
Cover cook over tow heat U
'\you to a leading soil analysis 'Chasls ;
laboratory. The laboratory soil V Professional counsel & minutes. Add green : ,
i:analysis and computerized fertilizer Crop Care dallier I I. wall Your E ON 800 S. Walnut cook IS minutes more or until
7,, f|recommendation will be reviewed all matter associated with I Luberm done. Remove bay leaf.'
ft*with you and an application plan and profitable crop production. He fe51N ft.Ia. Gradually blend remaining
4'i' developed ,I I. a most valuable source of : Offer Ends water into flour until smooth;

.' lowly stir Into sauce. Cook "
I : '< """r 11 .' ;! ,30 Sept; 75 stirring until thickened. Serve

JI .. .1 with rice.F Makes..4-servings.. !

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September 18.197S * * .. ...... ..... ..... .... .... ..... ._. ._.. ._. ._.. .._. .._ ... ... .,... ..... ..n.

I Cole House Still In Good Condition AfterAlmost A Century ** Bicentennial Wagon Train **

Will Visit County Feb. 12 I .,.
:, 'ti k kt ;J c c5A. r "
: Announcement that the Bi- to contribute items for sale.
i1' lt'agoo'I'rain would Proceeds will be used !for BI'v
Thei i t*
,' f S.. stop in the Graham i community ( centennial projects
'd'i A a 1&r on February, was made following committee was.,

,, : } by Elzie Sanders, chairman of named lo promote these ,
& f y r lkal, the Bradford( County Bicentennial sales: Sandi Sanders chair- V.
Steering Committee ala man: Curole Shields. Anne
directors meeting Monday Miller I Ann Hamilton,' and ',
y : night. Elizabeth( Walker. '.<
,t u ai's s 3t 3tr t
'T.he. train will camp over- KI..l\lallhews. chairman ol'S
nigjil al I the home of 11.U. '
Barnes In Graham.and; the Old Courthouse rcstorulion : ,.1
project "reported. lhal
musical and
county groups invited $20.0(1(1:!() ( () will be spent on, (the
other entertainers tire
in the coming :'
to contact (ho following '
Ilonths.andol'k will start us <
committee'I to arrange! unappearance Bicentennial '
ClI1t the program to soi>n as the Stale
r be presented un that date: grant of,$i.5(111( ( is received.Every .

Carole Shields. chairman! community 'in the '

,Kathy' St rul h. und Charles county is urged lo send reprcsenlullves .
+ Hall. I Jo (he general

'' F As a nun ya'aising project meeting to be held in I the

r@ it wad decided to hold a Bicentennial County t Commission room at
ItrITIjv Flcu I\larkl'tlll1lhl' old 7:111:: > p.m., October II. Volunteers

courthouse grounds once a arc tx't'dcdlor-' ull pro

month wilh (he public asked: jects.

q Bicentennial 76 Farm Bureau Exceeds Goal

* *..* **'* FocusSome For Kidney. Machine; Fund:

r1 ,4 ,
Pictured above is one of the stories about the early appearance slightly over the
oldest houses in Starke as.it days of Starke have it that the years. 7'
Editorial appeared perhaps a centuryago town was named' for a -
and (at right) as it looks sweetheart of Mr. Cole but I Mr. Cooper says that 'ole -
today.Still. most accounts of the early was among the early Slurke '
""s. days say it was named in strawberry growers w st
-s" standing i in apparentlygood honor of Governor Perry originally: planted his berries,
condition on the Old with six or eight rows to the
whose mother was a memberof
** Come on And Do Lawtey Road in northeast the Starke familiy of bod. He later changed to thenow
Starke, the house was the Virginia. customaryIwo rows.
home of Mr. and Mrs. GeorgeW. Cooper says. ,lam

Your Bicentennial ThingThings Cole. Charlie Cooper, who has ,
< ; t
lived in this neighborhood for The house is now rental I t +

-. Mr. Cole was appointed around 60 years, remembers properly belonging lo (Oscar
postmaster when the first post when the house looked as it )lull retired 1 dry cleaning!
office was established here on does in the old picture. Some plant operator ol he I Keno

Nov. 17, 1857, and served in alterations have changed the community.
of the inter-
are beginning to moveor meccas bargain this capacity until Oct. 4, 1858,
soon will beon the local Bicentennialfront. ested in the old as well as the new. when he was succeeded. by ..
John Hedges.
The plan is to hold one of these events '

monthly on the old courthouse grounds, The Coles also operated an County Agents By 'fit x ;ay

Brainstorming ideas'were flying fast with the public- individuals as well as early Starke hotel, the Martin '. l' a

and furious at :a Monday night directors organizationsasked to contribute items House, which stood on the Bobby
site of the McGriff
withdiscussion present Notobook
meeting of the county committee around the house or office that are no home on E. Call Street. Taylor _

including such wide-ranging longer wanted or needed by the present I
Bicentennial An land investor, Mr.
as a cane grinding outing to a early ,,
topics owner, and offer them for sale at the flea Cole made perhaps his best

flea market.An market, with proceeds going to benefit investment when he paid the Shirley (:iaskins: (center) Bradford Farm Bureau Kiclne.t

Bicentennial projects.In U.S. Government around $100 We CAN grow soybeans in Western or grain fed beef that Fund fliuirnian.: presents I7IHI( check lit Dorothy Moll/cloth.
encouraging report was given on for the 40-acre tract. NE' of Bradford County. I have seen many folks have been accustomed Women's! Kidney Project chairman fur the Florida KamiItnreuu

the old courthouse restoration project this way, everyone in the county SW', Original Town >of fields this week on high and lo. Howc\cr. it is Federation. right is .:U1.II'K'IIIII.t.' who
in Siarke. comprising the first flatwoods land that have just I as nutritious and if assisted In the drive\ here
with the sum of $20,000 to be spent participate in the Bicentennial
business district of Starke. excellent prospects for a good prepared properly can be justas
the coming months on the exterior of effort, and actually benefit by having This quarter section included crop of soybeans. tasty The largest crowd over to hos: ii ldls. The Bradford l !

this historic building. their premises rid' of unwanted and roughly the urea lying between Dr. Reddish also emphasized attend u Bradford Farm Bureau workers raised! STIHI
consuming "white elephants." the old courthouse on the One visit took me to the N.G. the importance of Bureau annual Family :Night which was presented lo IheSt .

Added significance was given to this space: west and the city .power. planton week Hayes where family theHayes farm early have this good management on the rand least: gathered lit the'Starke at Chairman Hie drive\

project when Secretary,of State Bruce Start looking around now to see what the east. ,about,250 acres of soybeans., to produce a quality! calf. Ho. Stale Farmers :Market Gainesville; :\Iondt.I.i \'.
in and donate to this Bicen-. ; '- :" excellent for a used sale price figures lo ,ifSaliircliiyat, ,11:111:: ( ioi'ulbar- "dollelll the
dig )
Smathers made a public appearance you can up 'ole acquired title to this Prospects are illustrate that the heavier becucd chicken, 'presentawards shotgunthat
Starke! Wednesday to present the Brad- tennial fun fest. Everyone enjoys property about (the time 50 bushels per acre yield. Ifthe calves have consistently hear the good-news( guns given retq {is ,a

ford County Historical Board ofTrustees browsing around a flea market, and how Starke was beginning to weatherman cooperatesand brought higher prices than Ihatlhcchapter( had gone over Il'atll"l' ut the ulld"llsiujtt'li I /
all beans can be harvested '
with a coveted certificate much more fun it will be, knowing that "grow up" from a crossroads should be light,valves lor the last two the lop in the kidney machine LDuring
ob- stop to a thriving young town production It is better at the I und drive, und see president the hl'id'pl'ul.l'alll/
showing that the old courthouse had you are helping your community due lo construction of the as good on this farm as any years present time lo have fewer GeorgeHugging: !: become following i the slipper, special
been accepted for listing on the prestigious serve the 200th Anniversary of our famous "Atlantic to Gulf" farm in the country numbers of calves making "speechless" when '1IlCIis award, ,'c'l'tillcllll'H'J'l'

National! : Register of Historic Sites-- Nation. railroad. from Kernandina to The Hayes farm is now' heavier weights than to have thundershower literally I presented Sony Truly and(
signi- Cedar Key. The railroad cut too lightweight calveson "w'O\\m.d him out." Anneltetiriltis; tor h"lIol'ellt!
of many
the bluebook incorporated since the deathof
and numbers to call if through the middle of Mr. the ranch competing for ul Ihr recent .>Annual Youth
considered The names you N.G. Sr
America Hayes just over
ficant items in than 41111 lamiU '
Cole's and streets :More Salt et 1 Seminar sponsored by
property teed and
worthy of preserving for posterity.The would like to help with this exciting project were laid uit to run at right two years ago. The farm is making poor gums.Luwley members crowded the market: the .Florida Farm Iture'uu.'I'he'!

are: Sandi Sanders, 964-7344; angles to the tracks. being run by Mrs. N.G. Hayes. platform lor) (this annual" rot girls completed\ seu'raIcourses
Market sounds Carole Shields, 964-8073; Anne Miller ; t N.G. "Bee' Hayes. Jr. and : PrincipalGets that has been u highlight ol' the in lust aid and other
Bicentennial Flea
E.L. "Wee" Hayes. Labor Farm BlIl.t'ali'l'ar since lK! :;:i. 'salel! I 1 v-related! programs.Muggins / '.
Ann Hamilton 964.5830 and --------------
in view of the current 964-5443; ; have caused the (
like "a natural, problems Appointment The luirbecued chicken \\UScOllplemtnlt'd :said that I safely
interest in /garage sales, and other Elizabeth Walker 964-6683. ( LLa1LLL3 t Hayes to mechanize and grow by a wide" promotion, in (arming
crops such as corn soybeansand STARKK Jim Duncan variety of "cwcred dishes operations, as well us in the I
stringbeans that can be School( cakes: pies etc., contributed home, is an important part ol
Lawtey Elementary
( : mechanically harvested.In principal I. has been appointed by bureau wives.lluggins the Farm Bureau program.

I Open And Honest? addition to the 250 acres to the 12-mcmber Board of was dl'lighlt.'dlIh nook Guskins.: u Farm
the have Directors of the Florida
By William Haas of soybeans Hayes (he big turnout but had only BiiiTiiu director and I or me rpresident
of Association lor Elementary
250 acres the' .
Service Officer grown one regret-Ihe!: crowd was so ol chapltyireterted \
stringbeans this year Principals. a certiliciite\ ol -
that the chicken out upprecialion
-- large I run
have just completed harvestof As District II Director. More he could got a wing for his! untiring i
If he has it in him which somehow disclosed that the director of Mr. Ford'sscheduling of corn.I .
we who about 700 acres Duncan will represent the: hone. "Gue-ss I was talkin' torts in assisting: : 111111supc'I''lsin
Disabled veterans planto
!seriously doubt President Ford should office, and one of his White l'lemcntarprincipals in 22 when I should hucbeen the construction:

quit tryinK"tovbe the Playboy of the House assistants joined two other adaptive replace equipment or purchase for their farm recall soon visiting after I the came Hayes to north Florida counties. The eutin'. ," he admitted.. ot the I1C'Bl'adlClrd ullic I"'mBUl'C'Uli .. in

Western! World,stay home, and tend to friends of the President in a joint busi- automobiles may now Breadford County in 1963 association Elementary: is a division principals of the "Thepresident praised the Slurke. headquarters tin impul'talltIt'p in

his and the Nation's knitting.We ness venture designed to gain control ofa determine which productshave when the Hayes were growing Florida Administrative md eltorts of Shirley* (;lllIkin!!, the continued progress ol the
Nebraska insurance company. met safely and quality Irish potatoes cucumbers and Supervisory Association 'andis chairman, und' F.li/ubelh: : chapter.

are reminded, by"no less an authority Strangely, the President's legal staff phase standards of following a new Veterans the lirst other County vegetables.Agent G.T. Former Muggins alfilialed with the :National ('U\\ arl assistant the- successful, whospearheaded )During\ I Ihe meeting an

thm "Business Week," that when found "no conflict of interest" in this Administration testing took me to a potato field here Association. ,for Elementaryprincipals. :I lund drive.' exceeding the t'lt'l'liunIIK mcmlxTs held to "c'ron lo choosenine the:

Ford office in 1974 he the White House codeof program. loaded his 1956 Ford so olSU7.
:Mr. took promisedan deal even though we Bradford I ur' au's quota' new lx>urd ol directors. These
open honest administration that conduct warns staffers to shun "any Devices evaluated by 'VA heavily that we stripped the The association has been ( The Florida Farm \otcs \\illnot lie counted until

Mould hold nothing back from the public. conflict or use of your position for the are added on to vehicle's mufflers from the car when formed to represent Bureau sol a goal OS :some the next KB meeting on October
we left the field. The potatoeswere elementary principals in ) ( ) i bused on SI per
controls be Siio.NH 13: when the directors
so they can
If by that promise he: meant he would furtherance of personal goals or in- operated by paralyzed per- so thick we couldn't stop collective bargaining with member) to be used I for the will. he announced and three
hold frequent conferences, and terests:' loading.I'll school boards since administrators Ilf dialysis .
: press sons and amputees. Revised purchase i kidney : will be chosen as oil e'rx! lor
issue numerous mimeographed press Federal standards go into report the soybean yield have no machines! to bo donated toApse. the coming i year.

releases, perhaps he has, in his own Every Administration takes its tone effect next January I 1.:,for later when the beans have representation under theleacher's ..
view, kept his promises. and quality from the men who composeit. equipment provided v. to been combined. I'm sure this organizations tocollectively' -. .
J 'Too many of the men around Presi- disabled veterans through' will be a record that will bargain with
VA program that pays for the other soybean school boards. LETTERS TO
"But," says Business Week "the evidence dent Ford seem to be following the tightlipped purchase. installation and encourage '
in our
of more openness on the part of closed-door habits of the Nixon repair of these devices.An .. growers Duncan is u former coach at

Cabinet officers and Presidential advisers years," says' Business Week. "As the We had a real good meetingfor Bradford High .School in THE EDITOR.
estimated 63.000 Cattlemen last Thursday Starke and has been in !federal ..
in hand demonstrates, not
is less convincing. At this point, it case everyonehas -
disabled veterans are eligible night. Over 50 cattlemen project and school ad-
is impossible to say with any assurance learned there is no such thing as an for or have received onetimeVA turned out for hamburgersand ministration work for seven

just what the Administration policy is innocent private business deal for a man grants toward the pur-, a good program. Dr. Bob years. He has (been principal

for fighting recession or how much who holds public office. chase of an automobile which Reddish our Extension meat ut Lawtey Elementary since Are Yon "UP" To This, ?
may then be equipped with specialist did a good job 1973.\
it will tolerate to
aids that modify operating
restrain inflation. It is equally difficult to "If the President looks carefully at his controls. Depending on the discussing for custom County.Jutlgesliip
Administration he will find it is not as nature of the disability, the To The Editor: '
get a straight statement from Administration slaughtering and selling tickets, work L'P an appetite
officials on monetary policy, tax open and honest as his public relationsmen add-on devices typically directly the consumer. Open ;Applications We've got t a two leltel think L'P excuses get
would like the to think." provide for hand control of ''word we use conslanl1lhal lied LP in trullic. To be
reform, term development country
or long brakes
and accelerator alter
Being Accepted dressed is
Dr. Heddish' said that a may have more meanings one thing. To be
the position of foot controls or cattleman can sell any live than any other. The word is dressed L'P is special:
If Mr. Ford would stay in the White assist with the operation ) of animal to anyone, or he can The office of county judge of t'H.
The magazine also points to recent transmission steering and deliver anIhe animal to a''' Cilchrist County will become It maybe confusing:but
House more, and on the ski slopes and a
other equipment.The vacant Oct. 1. 1973. Under the It is easy I to understand L'H drain
events as raising unpleasant questions slaughter for the must be
custom opened
the dance floor less, perhaps his imagefor Constitution and 'implementing meaning toward the sky or
the of of the The can then' because it is stopped t'P.
about ethics carcass We
some men sur- testing buyer.
an"open and honest" Administration program was statutes it is the toward the top of the list. But
rounding the President. It was recently would authorized by Public Law 91- be taken to a processor; or dutof the 8th Judicial Circuit when we waken: why do we opened t'P a store in the
improve. 666 and is being conducted by meat cutter for cutting and ;Nominating; Commission to wake UP Ala meeting why morning and close t'P at
the VA Prosthetics Center in wrapping. The packaged meat select and nominate at least does a topic come t'P and night. We seem to be mixed
:New will be stamped "not for sale"and "* t'P and L'P.
YorkAny questions three "full) qualified" persons why are officers UP for elec
pRIb4 regarding the above or any can be taken home for from which group the lion.and why is it UP to the
COG, veteran matter.contact \'oo'r consumption. Call me for shall the of UP look UP the word in
h governor .appoint secretary 10, write L'P a
>yarrvt local County Veteran Service details or if you have any new judge. ? the dictionary. In one desk-
4p iitili\F!\ Office in the courthouse. questions about selling or Applications will be accepted report dictionary.. UPtakes UPhalf
MlMele 41110" buying meat for the freezer. until noon Monday. Often the little word isn't a page and listed definitions
THE SERVICE OFFICE IN Sept. 29. 1975. at the office of needed but we use it anyway add UP to about 40.
Q 41er THE COURTHOUSE WILL Dr. Reddish also stressed the commission chairman. We brighten L'P a room U you are UP.Io it. you

> BOB c. FERGUSON -'JOHN M. MILLER. .BE CLOSED MONDAY: that cattle sold directly to the James G. Fejber Jr.. 703 NE light t UP a cigarette polish might try building UP a list
SEPTEMBER 22nd.Vnuty.reduco. consumer should be of good 1st St.. Gainesville. l'Pthe silver.dock L'P the of the many ways in which
quality. The consumer shouldbe Applicants need not be and fix L'P; the old, UP.is used.
Published each Thursday and entered second Class Matter at the Pat Office at Stark*. Fla.' under Act ------------- aware of the kind of beef 'members of the Florida Bar" house.

of March!. 3.1879. \\ highway she is getting whether baby and need not presently be1' car. It will take UP a lot of your
< Subscription rate in trade area: $6 per year: $3.50 si*months speeds just tq save &I.J,'" beef grass-led beef or beef residents of Gilchrist County. time, but if you don't give
Outside trade area: .7 per year: 4.00 six month. drops, of fuel u thing we that has been grain fed. Baby Application forms may be At other times; it has special UP you may wind t'P-wtth a
nvu-r w uId do just 10 sat tit, beef fed beef Is a obtained by calling Feiber' meanings. People stir thousand.
Phone 964 6305 ; Starke. Fla. few lives.! little different from some office 3768201. t'P trouble, line IIP1' for Herb

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and Referral Service has L.--,; ". ._.PRODUCTS. EXCLUDED.__ .----------..
extended its services to Bradford
Union and Putnam coun-
ties recently with the appoint- BonusBuy EveryDayLowPrice / I BonusBuy
ment of a special outreach
workers, announced Supervisor .
Ellen Griffin this week. SAVE r SAVE SAVE
Kevin Hughes has been
appointed to visit various LOTS OFCHICKEN 10 BEEF BLADE 31 : 31 JUMBO
local agencies on a regular
basis to assist residents with
problems or needs and to CHUCK CANTALOUPES
gather information about
resources available in the
area. His main duties at the
beginning will be to compile a I BREAST QUARTERS WITH BACKS
directory listing all the I LEG QUARTERS WITH BACKS
possible resources in the
immediate area.1iformalion ,
and Referral,
sponsored by the Florida Divi-
sion of the Aging and the Ala- | INSPECTEDCORN / I 1
chua' Board of County Commissioners SHIPPED FED ,
is a program that
helps keep track of resources

information/ assist of any with kind.help The or EveryDayLowPrice TM F* 4 Pel'" EveryDayLowPrice Tb QaaIi.Lc. Feed.p.r.. / BonusBuy

tod-free number available ILII On .... .." NrI,
around the clock to area reside 'l' SMALL END l' 21' 20'
*!ts .1-800-342-3400..
to area residents through (STEAKS
this'number, Griffin said. EEPBUUM I STEAKS ( ROASTE$138 APPLES PEARS

hour The information importance and of referral a 24- US.; / JV'T.. $188 &" Dour. $119
INS"T"98c' IN6P. $168 INSP. 3 LBS $1 LBS
service has been established, : CORN BJ CORN BJ 1 '
particularly for lowincomeand I. FID LB ggg" FED LBiBonusBuy FFON LB i 1 FOR FOR'
senior citizens.The objec-
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distribution to community SAVE PILLSBURY I MII MN NN Irvl
agencies in all 10 counties by 20' FRESH 20 TASTE 10 10' GEORGIA RED
May 30, 1976" Griffin said. 1'1 GREATGROUND GROUNDBEEF Oscar Mayer
Ileportt'd Dou-n, I I 59
1I1J.j"', I. ,, SEPTEMBER 34 1 ns... b fed t L
Traffic'deaths for the first '-,..._--------------.J I IM HB ,>I HM

six year than months, the the same Florida of 1973 period are Highway lower last Broccoli 2 FGR. $11 1 Hard Ripe Tomatoes CTN.OF 6. 3Prune 1 Plums 4 IBS FOR $1

Patrol reported.A

and include total pedestrian motorcycle of 371 deaths, have,bicycle which oc- Sunmaid Raisins MINIATURE 14So2 2 //$11; Fresh Avocado 3/1/ ) Boiled Peanuts 303 LEKO CAN 4$1COMPARE )

from 81 to 80 bicycle deaths LOW PRICES! UP TO ; { LOW PRICES!. UP TO
dropped from 51 to 36. and

pedestrian Irom 281 to deaths 255, the dropped report INDIVIDUALLY American WRAPPED SLICES Cheese 120z PKE. m. 89* 2' I FOOD STARKE'S I Beef N LiverTO 3 IB PKG. 69' 20'
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brow Wust,IK ho them written not upon be written your Shoulder Roast ? SP) 20'I FOOD Pork Shoulder LI 88 11*I '

upon your heart. The Spirit QUICK FROZEN-US LB AVB.U.S.O.A. GRADE A I HORMEl-1 I IBPKfi.Skinless.
iarl'tfld(should not) grow old..(James Cornish Game Hens 79 10' 1 PRICES Franks $11'9 20"I I

., .?InLt"u PANTRY PRIDE 16oi PKG. i <> 320 SOUTH ; GROUND OR PIECES 2 TO 3 (IB PKG.
89* Bnls Stew Beef I $128 21'
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practice which has lust
about disappeared from
""theAmerican, scene is
'"dowsing." Most persons
under 30 years of age do not
know about dowsing. This
is the practice of lookingfor GOLDEN CROWN YOGU[ LOW CALORIE REDBIRD t..ITATION
with underground the aid of a forked water LEMON = TOILET $ BALSAM BRECK $1 BunERLOAF $1 PFEIFFER 1 VIENNA

..stick." Some individuals said JUICE. TISSUE..a.POL/.M1 3 COND.IONIR! a BREAD fortrL,1 IOr a WtuIK DRESSING<.IIU,NhKr .-4 .sAUSACES.N &
'that they could locate

stick water of by"divining"haielwood.with They a .APPLE JELLY I IKr.K W=ENrwKN.PIES I .p? 'iiy''FLAKI. IIrIELD PEAS i SSWIET PEAS i JPORK&

.claimed that water would ._rIL lrlr 1 .?__ B_.*.. B I ..,C-..OOt".......r...r. ."NN 1 1 BEANSJ '
pointed"draw"on downward the stick toward until it I rABELS..BAGEL 57 SAUCEr GREEN BEANS, CHILI SAUCE 1

'''the water.' Many persons liiA"TrERIES l iCREEN BEANSTOMATOES' 1 :'ilii BEETS ,. EG dIINrN/NNw: JPOTATOES
'called "dowser" before J J
' digging on a a well. Many KnKiyys:!: : aK'! : :K I ..,....-. 1 1 (...."IW ......- ......_rutN_NN .
Mound water,but there is no MEAT DINNERS POTATOES u'riCORNPMmM 'MUFFINS .son DRINKS. .CARROTS. '
evidence that .. _..... .
.MMMmftKI--n. .- -- h MV Mteit
01< W.can" locate water ,. ,. I,.. ., '
'I good service. Give us a : : ; : DRINKS ; Ii
-"chance to prove our claim. ?., / ? ININN,., IoN.w nN : wIr AN ?:
The only way to accom- CURAD : 741. FOAM CUPS, : .PINK LIQUIDfI.IP01'ATO.S.': : :: ICUT SQUASH. .' ,
u'pllsh' this I Is by doing business --...- .'.... .
,l h' with us. .BANDAGES. : JPECAN TWIRL J JI JrsKi ..LUNCH BAGS .DETERGENT' U 'ipof IEs : :JCARROTSInformation '" .. r.

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New Way To 430 W. Madison Street 8:30A.M.-Open: Mon-Thurs ,rr/ 8:30: 8:30: HEAVY WESTERN BEEF

Cut Energy Bill Closed Sun.

Do Starke Plaza 7:30P.M.: .'Il.
GAINESVILLE you Boneless .
live in a high energy or a low $
house?The difference, Sare 30 1 09LB.
according energy to a Florida Starke Florida CHUCK STEAK ............ f:. :...........
researcher, may mean a 65 :
cent reduction in your air .

per conditioning Dr. Dennis bill.Buffington, an 0BHMB1 I [CfC1 hA'iA' [tIel Boneless $119

assistant Agricultural professor Engineering in the Delmonte Peas Or SHOULDER ROAST. ................................ 8."

Department University of Florida's with the Institute Whole Green Beans Fresh As A Rose '

Agricultural"built" a mathematical of Sciences Food ,houseto and has 3303 .$JL 00 Fresh Florida Premium Grade GROUND BEEF ........................................... 79L6.
figure out just how much
money can be saved on or Georiga ShippedFamily Family Pack
healing and cooling bills DELMONTE $100 $128
through such things as insulation 4303 Pack STEW MEAT ..................... .
house color and even SPINACH Ji .........................
which way your front door I FRYER .

faces.The results, he says, don't 55 CLeo
reveal any drastic new fin- USDA Choice
dings but put percentages on HOWELL MILL CAN BEANS PARTS
savings realized from com- Boneless
mon sense approaches to
heating and cooling economy. Navy
Using a mathematicalmodel ans Save 25'
based on heat transfer Kidney Beans 3 Legs Portions W/Backs \
principles Dr. Buffington Or Pintos
figures the typical Florida
home owner can save about 35 Meatloaf USDA Choice
of his air conditioning Farmland 99
percent B
bill simply by raising the ROAST
thermostat setting from 72 to or $
78 degrees. He said this is SUBS::
based on his finding that air Salisbury Entrees
conditioning systems require K M LB. Save 406 LB.
6 cent less electricity for
per .
every degree the house is 2 Lb, 0 No Bone No Waste
warmer than 72 degrees in- 99 Save 54'
Size Trailblazer Lykes Palm River Lykes Special Sliced
said proper insulation of
the ceiling is very importantin

home.energy He conservation said you can in save the DOG RATION SLICED, ,1lb.Pkg $155 BOLOGNA160ZPkg

about ditioning 35 and per cent heating of air expenseby con- KRAFT APPLE BASE JELLIES $299 BACON

using seven inches (oPtimum Apple-Strawberry 25 Lb. Bag Lyke Sliced
( depth) of mineral wool 18 Oz. Lykes
insulating in your ceiling Apple-Grape 5ge Hunter's Special Save 70
instead of using no insulationat Apple-Plum Jar GRILL COOKED100zpka $' 79
all. 189
or Apple
2 Lb. Pkg
Dr.Buffington recommendsthat PEPSI-COLA FRANKS i
additional ceiling in-
sulation be used for reducing Tropicana1009kPure
energy requirements for HEAVY WEIGHT BABY BEEF
heating and cooling rather ORANGE JUICE 16 Oz. Bottles c
than using attic ventilation
systems. A mechanical 8 PaCk 99 Heavy Weight Baby Beef' Heavy Weight Baby BeefCartaM

ventilation with 3 "a system inches in of the ceiling attic Quart 0 0 Save 34* Deposit Plus' 98B I CHUCK STEAK $1 08

insulation 7 inches is about of as ceiling effectiveas Insulation 4 $1 CHUCK ROAST

with no mechanical Kraft Process American
ventilation in the summer. Weight Baby Beef

However additional healing greatly,requirements in ceiling the reduce winter insulationwill of the the a Save 34'mm* CHEESE SLICES SHOULDER Heavy ROAST $1 Ol .I SHORT RIBS 79CHeavy

house, but the ventilation JOY LIQUID DETERGENT Individually Wrapped
system will offer no reduction. 99 ht Baby Beef I Weight Baby Beet

known save"Up on until these healing now practices everyone and cooling will has King 32 Oz.Size 10' Off Label, 891i 12 Oz. Pkg RIB STEAK; 98LB.? SIRLOIN STEAK *! 48 LB.

requirements,but no one has
ever really placed quantitative J ... .. Baby Beef r

plained.lie common said. an practices figures important,"on he factorin such ex rile ROUND Heavy Weight?STEAK 8aby Beef 14B .IT-B "Nw STEAK $1B8?:

efficient cooling is to limit DETERGENT _
infiltration into a
the air
house.The more infiltration of Mccormlck BlackPepper Penonal II..

outside need for air cooling the power.greater In this the I._ DouglM WHOMChicken' )Lt.> 99 4C79c Ivory Soap 4 Pk o: 49e

regard, he said jalousie Say'
windows, common in Florida __ .
homos "are a curse" and \ Bitty Crocker Pringle Twin Pack Kraft Fr nchDressing
should be replaced by windows Giant Box eoaie. .
made of one solid piece Potato Buds 10.: 59C Potato ChipsDt.. 89C 43P.gqlV
of!glass. Double or triple pane
windows are not economicalfor
houses in Florida, he said. Limit 1 With '7'0 Or More Piggly Wiggly Family Ilia Piggly WigglyPeaches Wigaly
Curtains with a closed Order Excluding Cigarettes 101 33 on r i iCan Fruit Cocktail ,0:.: 39'
weaved design and backed Piggly Wiggly Gladly Tea Bags. ,;::: 49C
with a reflecting material can
save up to about 30 per cent of Accepts Food Stamps
your home's cooling-heating
needs, said Dr. Buffington. FEATURES
Light-colored exteriors also READY TO SERVE DELI
help with reducing coolingexpenses .Piggly Wiggly
as does a home with Sweet HeartFABRIC
an east-west orientation. We Have Your Favorite FACIAL TISSUE
The model he developed is
based on a concrete blockhouse Roast Beef Lb. $297 Pies Made Fresh Daily '
of .mm sq. ft., with C
asphalt shingle roof and single SOFTENER wnol or Piacat err Cup 200 Ct. 39 -
pane windows. He said Apple-Cherry Blueberry -
alternate energy sources for I BBQ Chicken . $1 as L89'Jug .
Lb. $
fossil fuel are still al least to Gallon C Roast BeefChicken Potato Lemon
Sweet -
15 years away from any 99 Assorted ColorsMerinque
widespread application. Until & Rice 1.39
Save 20 Mada Fruit Dally Coconut Cream -
then he sees energy conservation

to our energy as the shortages.only solution He Potato Salad . Pin' 59 Meat Loaf 1.49 Strawberry Iwo n

said about 20 per cent of the Iwo Veal Parmigiana 1.89 1
U.S. bill for the
energy goes
healing buildings. and cooling of 1 Cole SlawGerman . Pun596 Chuck Wagon Stk. . L69 Fresh Sandwiches Include '

CallTollFree StylfPotato Fried or BBQ Chicken 1.49 Submarines Cuban -
t Needy May '
Number Meadow Gold Lo-Fat Salad Pin' S9c BBQ Spare Ribs 1.89 Egg Salad Roast Beef'GOLIGHTLY Kraft Macaroni

Residents of Bradford and Choice of 1 Veg. a Rolls Meat Loaf Ham andean And

eight new other toll-free area number counties((1-800-havea 3 B Salad I pn, 596 ( S\ r-. 4 Swiss Cheese CHEESE DINNER

:342-3400) to call when needing MILK
information concerning 7.2 Oz.
services available to elderly PRODUCE 29cLETTUCE
and low income groups. Gallon $145 Box
Alachua County's In-

formation Service (II &and HI) has Referral been v* Save 24' Crisp Iceberg New CropCARROTS
selected by the Slate Divisionof i neuneelr
Aging as a base to expand r
free telephone service to Or Golden DeliciousAPPLES n
Suwannee.Bradford. Union.Hamilton Columbia. n 38: 1 Lb. Celo Bag18C \ / :

Lafayette. Gilchrist. Putnam
and Dixie Counties.The .
new toll-free number is Tender YellowQUASH
now is service with information "
to pass on about 33 f b Meadowgold

food medical stamps services transportation housing Plggly Wiggly 22 j. 18CPEACHES ICE CREAM

and many other subjects.
Alachua County's I it R was SANDWICHES
chosen as a base for the expanded SALT Blr./..,. Kraft lanaxicn .

the only service information because servicein it Is Krait MlracltMargarine .IL._..I. 63 Cool I,Whip . 90.ewi 59'Imaarlal Spread 100.Jr.J 69c Pkg Of cS

the state with a computer U 26 Oz. 6 69 '
synthesize referrals and Box IOC OuartartMargarine I Oi. Ill*- Java aocPeptoBismol
Macaranl a
needs. It has beer Morton '
unmet operating for three years, 24 awe 5' Cheese Souffle. .?<>, 696. . 'iLk.:. ,59'n . . 89
day i
hours a day
Save 20'
week. Plain or Iodized ar Heell
ANr1.I1 AaaJa

services toll-free!Persons are number in invited need to of for call such tin in I! Toothpaste.Maclaant" Pluarwa . ".:.; 39 Takwt IliaExcedrinP.M.. . 89 Fruit Pies' . MS?p: .69' '

formation.'. .


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,HAMPTON ". ;. r.""f t .c; "a If V.! "ary "

; ;8 t.: 'f' :,


Josephine FontaineThe .

4-H Club held its (Qk((,kt.l(!(( ,, KqdAMt? (( l'
meeting at the Hampton ,
Elementary, School Monday, :; COUPON 0000 UP!. ED 1MHU HPT. 24 ._ eou o.OOOD MPT. II THRU IPI. 34 ::;:::
Sept. 15, to elect officers for ::: HICKORY SWEET
the coming year. Nine leaders G:: 1-lB., PKO. LAND O' SUNSHINI

were present and officers for .8 SLICED :::::- -....: :...-- LLL
the 4-H club were as follows: 89 BUTTER5OC

Vice President president Harold Gene Waters Joyner.Jr., BACON KG.1-lB. 2-..

Secretary Dall Waters and v ,
Reporter Pammy Baldree. :_::: OFF REGULAR :::;-
There were thirty one WITH THIS COUPON GOOD FOR 70 ?2:: PRICE
members present, seven of -z 3 WITH TMI PUICMAil O' l-l..PKO HICKORY WHT lUCID IACON :=:- v WITH TMI PUUCMAtl OP 1-L0,PHO.LAND O'lUMIHINI IUTTI ::;-

Craft'The Class Wednesday meets at Afternoon 2:30 p.m. BBWOTW) ) ) ) )1)))" ))w);;) ; i);)))))

every Wednesday. ,Anyone

welcome.Interested in crafts is PRICES GOOD SEPT. 18 THRU SEPT. 24t, ,t!t Mltll(! ( ,KEr Bur (t(t(t M t ((_ tiF BEEF PEOP

Hampton Senior Citizens COUPON OOOD MPT. II THRU MPT. 14"j :-
will have their Pot-Luck Quantity Rights
dinner Friday evening at 6:30: :KEY BUYS V ASSORTED Reserved
at the Hampton City Hall and 1 WINN DIXie STORES, INC;
Recreation Center. This will J COLONIAL : COPYRIGHT-1975
9 9
be' tomorrow evening, Sept.
19. CAKES 3401.PKG. ,

The winners of the drawing CLIP THESE COUPONS

by the Laisure Arts and Crafts WITH THIS,COUPON GOOD FOR SOD = .
Shop were Sandy Proctor of CAMPBELL'S ., .
Green Cove Springs,winner of J WITH THI PURCHASI Of 14- COlONIAl CAKI ,:;:: AND SAVE sl70 1
$10 in shopping in the shop and (f OR MOil IXCLUDINO CIO{.LIMit ONI rilASt. \ I .

Tommy Childrens Bradley toy.SCHOOL. winner of TOMATO. SOUPSAVE : )i')' ) ) ))) )))1))))' ) )' ) \')) fp'f) ))iVY))) l'Vli' ) ))Ii.V-:

The Hampton ElementaryPTA
PURE VEGETABLE (Limit 1 I with $7.50
held a meeting Thursday or more purchase excluding cigarette)
evening Sept. 11, in the school
cafeteria with President Joe ass 4. $138 "
Riddick presiding.! ON 6 CANS BTI.
School Principal, Tom
Casey, reported that 152
students were presently TETLEY
enrolled in the school. Per-
sonnel serving in the schoolare 1034OZ.CAN f.1) !..
the following teachers: TEA BAGS 99c v; qtr
Mrs. Noelle Silk kin- lt -::. ..
dergarten; Mrs. Jean Clark ,Gs. ; ......
1st and 2nd grades Mrs.
; Limit 6 with $7.50 or more purchase excluding cigi. CHEK ALL FLAVORS
Ernestine Denmark 2nd and -, ,,
: "
3rd grades; Mrs. Kathryn '
.Wiggles 4th grade; Mrs. CRACKIN' GOOD 12.0:
Earselene Zimmerman 5th DRINKS. 9 CANS 99c
grade and Mrs.Carole Shields : qa/0r
6th grade. Mrs. Mabel SALTINESSAVE 1 Q ,
Sanders and Mr. Roger Rich WH'ITE
are full time teacher aides and Superb f E
Mrs. Arleen Rich is special and

grades.reading Mrs.instructor Maureen in primary Paul is LARGE EGGS. DOZ.59c /

again serving as school, I .
librarian.) Mrs. Joyce Collinsis
full-time aide in the Title I 12e
program,with Mrs. Margaret
Wadsworth and Mrs.' Dolores
Meng working as parttimeaides 3 3 ?
in primary grades.Mrs. EooaSlamp s
Blonnie Dirkman is school
,cafeteria manager assisted by C II
Mrs. Florrie Belle Brown and I.LB. .
Mrs. Neva Williamson: Wiley ,4+H .ryPrc 1 ,i Le 4I''+'+Yr' ''wT ,
Sweat..works. as school custo- BOX '

dian.Mrs.. Jo Williamson was / ROAST
present as PTA secretary;
,Warren Stevenson as Vice .t
president and Mrs. Miriam .
,Brown,Treasurer.During the VINI RIPE'A
'course. of the meeting Mrs. '
Carolyn Joyner was elected
"Treasurer to replace Mr?. TOMATOESRED SAVE
who resigned. w.o BRAND
.Mr. Casey thanked the PTA USDA CHOICE
'for the health scales donatedto 41 C i
the school clinic at the closeof '
the last school term. Mrs. S.-: IB. 8 U. S. CHOICE
Elaine Smith and Mrs. Kathy J V STEAK
,Williamson volunteered to
work in the school clinic again 3 9
this year. LB. SAVE .
"* The PTA agreed to assist in -------------- .
sponsoring a breakfast 41 .98cr11OX. USDA CHOICE
''d LB I
program at the school with "
Mrs. Joyner, Mrs. Karen I LAMB SALE I
Ford, Mrs.Alice Faye Waters
assist in DELICIOUS
/getting volunteering this program started. $118 LEG 0' LAMB
. The PTA voted to have a APPLES 479C Chuck Roast. LB. I
Halloween Carnival this yearSjwith . .

following making consisting plans ofZthe : SAVE 20c LB. W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE BONELESS $1.59. I
v,Mrs. Waters, Mrs. Harriet
i Bryan, Mrs. Williams, Mrs. $ 39 "
Joyner, Mrs. Ford Mrs. Shoulder Roast -.
Smith, Mrs. Dottie Roberts g I USDA CHOICE LOIN
Mrs. Cindy Hendricks anc CHICKEN, TURKEY, BEEF, SALISBURY or MIAT LOAF I Lamb $239 F
Mrs. Betty Sue Denmark.Mrs. SAVE 3le LB. W-D BRAND USDA CHOICE BONELESS I la '
.Clark's classes won the

$5 representation reward of for parents ben a'' .Cubed Steaks IB. $188 J Lamb Chops LB $2 29 ''
this meeting.
$ '

468-1156 Call your or mail new items them to to me P.O.at 3 SAVE 24c LB. W.D'BRAND 100% PURE (WHEN YOU PURCHASE 3 OR 10LB.. i Lamb Chops LB $139

Box 160,Hampton,Fla. 32044. HANDI PAl I

'Insurance Ground Beef LB. 66c | Lamb Roast. LB sl19,

Comm Vetos ______________

: Rate IncreaseState THRIFTY MAID (SAVE 1c] EA.)
. .
Treasurer and Insurance 29-oz.
Commissioner Philip PEACHESBartlett 39c
!F. Ashler reports his local CAN
service office assisted in Tokay Grapes 3 $100
recovering more than $37,000 '. .

which was returned to the CALIFORNIA W-D BRAND SLICED

policyholders.The agency. provides services Pears .11 0'99c
for assistance in receiving 12-oz.
payment of valid claims, .BOLOGNA
answers to questions relatingto ,MILD SWIITRutabags PKG.. 79'c
all lines insurance assistance .
In complying with compulsory .- 2 LSS 29c ,
automobile insurance GREEN GIANT SAVE tTc
( )
law and financial responsibil- V
iffy law, and answers to ques- ASTOR Juic :
t\t\ons relating to insurance 99c $
Y agents nles' sales and insurance activities. com- Oiange CAN NIBLETSCORN 3 CA120NS ,1'00

44 The commlisloner'it BORDEN'S ICE CIEAM
presentatlve visits' Starke

"\\ i nth the first from Wednesday IHI a.m..t of each the ;,Heath' .. ,Bars 6 "- 79c MARINER'S ,fROZEN:(SAVE 40e) V .. .'
\ Courthouse second t I
floor,ante room.He.will, be '. SMITH'S DUTCH.APPLE OR ..
2 lB.
: 'C

there assistance For Pct.,further; 1.write information the Insurance'or ,APPLEMRS. PIE 79crlSH STICKS I !..wir:!.'",,BOX 9.g' ;

commissioner'. service office: .. *. ;' .: r:.:
at 3615 SW'13th St. Gainesville y ,. : I'I'WWiJl1fiJWID
.,, Fla. or call (M4),37S0458. (!) L: li1miJWI! jI:":' : I.,Ii; ,,I


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I LegaI .

BRIEFBy LUNCHEON ENJOYEDA was also invited.A .
EUtmbcth Civet WaBicr belated annual luncheonwas visit to the Older

served at our regular Americans Council the recommendation* of the IN' THE CIRCUIT COURT ;
School News 10 a.m. Morning service at 11- Jeannette Prescott ., .
Afternoon service 4 The meeting on August 26. It was a Gainesville, was interestingand engineer at the location or EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
Adult Basic Classes started p.m.
location described below: '
Monday night in Room 1M at New Conference year will IIEAD TAUT CLASSES the friends and neighbors of great pleasure to welcome fruitful. Information 'FLORIDA IN AND FOR

Old RJE High School for 1975- begin Sunday. START MONDAY Mrs. Harrell, want her to Mrs. Lucy Herlong, guest of received on meals on Wheels 'County: Bradford; Road: :200; BRADFORD COUNTY. g;(': .

76 school term. All interested Parents of children eligiblefor know we love her and will Lewis and Bernie Smith, who and Transportation was givento Location:. Section 28010 In CIVIL ACTION ..
adults are invited to attend Pleasant Grove and Mt. Head Start have been miss her when she leaves us. had been absent for a numberof Sally Nelson, of CUBE Starke from SLD MP 7.546 to Case No.76-266

classes for self improvement, Morlah United Methodist notified that classes will startin We know she will be happy years. Agency for study and future SLD MP 8.068, distance 0.623 "I

diploma, or for a better job. Parish Rev Willie Stitt, Starke Monday morning, there as she makes friends Also welcomed back was use.Homemakers mi.; Recommended Regulation: In re: The Marriage of J.H.
For information call Vo-Tech pastor. Pleasant Grove Sept. 22, at 8:30: a.m. wherever she goes. Our love Pearl Colson, who missed service is I IRemove Parallel Parking East PRATER, husband and :
964-6150. weekly services as follows: If you know of pre-school and prayers go with her many meetings because of filling a definite need in our end West Curb.. GENEVIE DON PRATER a/k/a ;r
Each first and second Monday children whose parents mightnot illness. Gertrude Wormuth area. Five employees are GENEVIE DON FOWLER, wife. pt

Church News night at 7:30: Junior Choir know of the Head Start joined our ranks, and we hope working full time serving the On recommendation of the ., ,

Greater Bethlehem rehearsal. Tuesday night Tiny program who would like to SERVICE MEN she will find companionshipand needs of almost 100 clients. Director, Road Operations, the NOTICE OF SUIT-

Freewill Baptist Church Rev. Tots, 6:00: p.m. Wednesdaynight have applications, please call much happiness with us. It is alleged that some above ''traffic 'and speed NO PROPERTY "r.ta't-i"..'..
Williams Pastor. Prayer Meeting, 7:30.: me at 485-1715 and I will ten Lila Leach and Mary unscrupulous persons are regulations were determined to ...<:&.

Jasper Weekly services began Thursday night Bible Study ate them how. to get application Adams, paraprofessionalsfram defrauding disabled elderlyand be reasonable and necessary ToGenevie: Don Prater : ',,1
night with the Tiny p.m. Sunday services will blanks. Santa Fe Senior Citizens poor in food stamp pur- upon the basis of the a/k/a Genevia Don'Fovuler .' 111 j

Tots Monday and Ushers Board No. 3 begin with Church School, 10 College project, enrolled 31 chases. This situation will be engineering and traffic Investigations YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED A!

meeting. Tuesday night a.m. Morning Service at 11. September birthdays : members for classes in art, investigated, and guilty and authority was that an action for dissolution'/ of +sRA6R1 ':it

Prayer Meeting. Wednesday, Afternoon service, 4 p.m. Lavern Outlaw, Jr., Sept. 4; pottery, upholstery, and arm people will be subject to therefore given by the Secretaryfor marriage has been filed againstyou 'IRG
Senior Choir Rehearsal. Mt. Moriah United Libby Bryant, Sept. 23; Viola chair travel. Jessie Young will severe fines and im the establishment of same Genevie Don Prater, a/k/a
Methodist Church, Church teach a class in knitting, prisonment because this is a of Genevie Don Fowler and
Thursday night Ladies Circle Futch Sept. 30; George and the placing the proper you are ,
meeting. Friday night Prayer School 10 a.m. At 11 a.m. the Tetstone, Sept. 27; Susie Bias. crocheting, tatting, etc. at our violation of federal law. markings and signs as indicated; required to serve a copy of your "

Band meeting. Sunday ser- Communion Stewards will\ meeting place. Anyone 60 People who need help in also for the elimination of written defenses if any to It, on

vices will begin with Church have their anniversary., All Mrs. Joyce Castlen traveledby years plus, of who these is interestedin buying food with food stamps existing controls where this is the plaintiffs attorney whose '.

School at 11. Dinner served at members are asked to air recently to visit her son, any one subjectscan should contact Homemakers indicated. name and address DUDLEY P. '"

12:30. Evening Service, 6 p.m. cooperate with this activity. Mike, and family in Long get information at our Service, 9647684. This is part HARDY, Esq. PIERCE &

NOTICE: The Nursery has Beach, Calif. regular meetings. There are of their job. These workersare Billy G. Pelham, HARDY, P.A., P. 0. Drawer
fees for these classes.A .
reopened for the.coming year. Ebenezer Baptist Church, The many friends of Mrs. no receiving first aid training Director 1030.( Starke Florida 32001,
Rev. Leroy Davis pastor. Eva Harrell regret to learn petition to President Ford which they can apply when DEPARTMENT OF TRAN. and file the original with the .
Tuesday night was read, discussed, and and if the need
Great Allen Chapel AME: : a local that she plans to move to arises. SPORTATION 1t 9/18 clerk of the above styled courton
Church Rev. K.G. Heastie program will be held begin- Quincy where her daughter signed by our members The North Central Florida -----.......-- -- _. or before October 10, 1975:
at 7:30 for protesting against his vetoeson Coalition of
ning : Mt. Siani Senior Citizens
will attend East Yvonne and otherwise a judgment may be .
live. She
pastor, family vital legislation IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF '
Baptist Association, 23-28th. concerning met in Starke on September 2. entered against for the relief
Florida Conference beginning will be greatly missed in the EIGHTH you
There will be Study Groups Benchowsky Finishes the elderly and poor of our Our influence is growing in JUDICIAL CIR- demanded in the complaint or '
in Jacksonville Brooker
Monday community. Recruit nation. CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
throughout the Training '
session. The Region 3 which covers 11
1519. Mrs. Harrell is petition.
September true
Sept. 5 Navy Airman. Happy birthdays were givento BRADFORD COUNTY. .f'
is invited counties. Ten
Sunday Servvce will begin community tend. to at Christian and as we see her Recruit Stanley M. Benckow Marion Driscoll and Ernie organizationswere WITNESS my hand and the
with Church School. 10 a.m. from day to day with her represented, including CASE NO.75242IN seal of said Court on September
sky, son of Mr. and Mrs. 'Grider.At .
Morning Service, 11 a.m. New Bethel Baptist Church, cheerful smile, we know she is Benckowsky of Star A.F.n. Senior Citizen Clubs. Most of 5, 1975. '.' ,I
Route a meeting with
the delegates declared their
Choir Union 3 All Rev. Leroy Davis pastor. a blessing to the "
p.m. community.Each Hampton, graduated from 1 Frank Williams, chairman of RE: The Marriage of JULIUS
members are asked to please Prayer Meeting Wednesday, day she does a good deed recruit training at the Naval'' i the Committee intention of attending the LYNN McKENZIE Husband Gilbert S. Brown i

cooperate with this activity. 7:30: pm. Bible Study, 7:30: for someone, and always says, Training Center, Orlando, Tallahassee, we on discussed Aging, Conference on Aging in St. and DEBORAH SUE McKENZIE, As Clerk of said Court
The New Conference year will Thursday night. All membersare "Give me flowers while I'm Fla. much-needed Petersburg.Elderly Wife. By: Beulah M. MoodyAs

begin September 21.Ml. invited to attend all activities here, and when I'm gone Classes include instruction | legislation for persons who have Deputy Clerk.
Pisgah A.ME: Church of the church. Church please give to someone in nedor ;; in seamanship, military I the elderly. Frank was invited problems they can't handle or NOTICE OF SUIT 9/11 4tchg 10/2
regulations I to attend the Congress of
Service will be held Sunday School Sunday, 10 a.m. which to New Hope or New River need help with should call ToJulius McKenzie
firefighting close' : Lynn -----
!Senior Citizens Conference ------
beginning!: with Church School conclude services for the day. Cemetery Fund. I won't need order drill, first aid and on Information and Referral Address Unknown -, I
Navy Aging! in St. Pete Oct. 24-26 to
them when I'm So { Service, toll free, 1-800-342- .
gone. we. history. ,
which he agreed. Sen. Bob 3400. United we stand, dividedwe
fall. .
Our next meeting is Sep an action for dissolution of
ns..nls marriage has been filed
EAGLE r-m tember 23, Pratt St. "
n and you are required to
a rem Recreation Center, 1 p.m.
save a copy of your written
Come join us.
defenses if it /,nntl
N w.LN any to on
Joe KerriganLegal .
RICHARD E. WELTY, Attorneyfor
Petitioner whose address is ,f I'A,;

114 N. Walnut Street P. O. Box (

!996), Starke, Florida 32091, and ro..tht
.I.IN file the original with the Clerk of t}
3 BIG DAYS I the above-styled Court on or .:

before September 29, 1975
THURSDAY, FRIDAY otherwise a judgment may be (CLASSIFIED: RATES: .OJ', '

& SATURDAY THE CIRCUIT COURT OF entered against you for the relief itfrDesdline
I demanded in the Petition. for InsertionTurHiliiv In'I
SAVE %T048X CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR WITNESS my hand and the Noon preceding :(x,

BRADFORD COUNTY. seal of said Court on the 26th Thursday before publication.
ON OUR DISCOUNT PRICES CASE NO.75263IN day of August 1975. i.I I H:'

:Minimum Charge 12.00 lie'

RE: The Marriage of CARL Gilbert S. BrownAs <('m" '|-H l.'iUnrds: ) ,' '

WAYNE PERKINS Husband Clerk of said Court Each: word user 1:5Hitfills : J_
-PACK and MARY PATRICE BANKS By: Beulah M. Moody ".tn1III

PERKINS, Wife. Deputy Clerk
30GALLON MEN'S DRESS SLACKS, 8/28/ 4tchg 918NOTICE nusNlflf'dds" must be .
CAN LINERS NATION'S I ffl MAKER! NOTICE OF SUIT -------------- paid for In advance unless you ;

have un established tu-Counl
I ToMary: Patrice Banks Perkins REGISTER with the TcleKi-aph.' in thai

l0 3.991b' c/o W.C. Banks FICTITIOUS NAME event l,;tyuacw| ts..eatra.charg yy h
Iyo I 0 2288 Polar Rock Avenue Pursuant to Section 866,09 for billing./ :\ot; responsible for

Great Atlanta Georgia Florida Statutes notice is "errorwhen.. !Rlvni 'Iova',;the:; \RA.-:7:

OUR PRICE WAS JKT mat lobfici, fashion colors! This brand % OpIi hereby given that the undersigned "I I'' ""phonrl ttrHhen' rt-pp., Is. nut ", I
Heavy duty plastic 2 It. 5 you know far quality,comfort /fit! Spectacular 1 %b P YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat James W. Todd Sr., tHlt'd'alld, brought lo the of-
Y it in. x 3 h. long, with, ties low price! Sixes 29-40. O9O an action for Dissolution of Route 2, Box 12-F, Starke Fla.,
L.ak p / Marriage has been filed againstyou rlCf't
\ and James W. Todd Jr., Route : tMISCELLANEOUS.
NEW SAVE 5.00 and you are required to 1, Box 275-B, Starke Florida
serve a copy of your written defames :32091: doing business under the
firm name of "J & J AUTOSERVICE"
p j rw// WELTY, Attorney for Rt. 2, Box 12-F +Itw:

Petitioner, whose address is 114 Starke, Bradford County, tau,:
2288 N.Walnut Street, P.O. Box 995, !
Florida intends to register atlud
and file
Starke, Florida, 32091 said fictitious name under the
Automatic, dnp coffee m.k.. brews 10 cups In 5 minute' .t the SPEC AL the original with the Clerk of the provisions of aforesaid statute. TOP SOIL, FILL DIRT: 6 days a
precise temp.ratws for maemuo,. (lava, and ......... Warmer OUR PRICE WAS Ofpl. / above-styled Court on or before week, dozer work and
James W.
cleanups.,. keepst. Model, that CB500 WD)'. W"h" 2S doapo..bJ. 1It.rs, ; no mealy Refined, from highest.. quali; v October 20 1975; otherwise a James W. Todd Todd Jr.Sr., ,, sole and dragline work, Call 468-1873, "fiO"
ty paraffin, base crude + judgment may be entered Star Rt. Hampton, STEPHEN i9niluoD

Sale, dependable Limit' 6. tIA N- against you for the relief owners.Dated this 26th day of SMITH LANDFILL tfchg.; '/
demanded in Petition.
August, A. D. 1975 at Starke, Wo
WITNESS hand and the
my Florida LOSE WEIGHT safety & fast
3i: ,, seal of the said Court on the 12th
{ j/// MEN'S day of September, 1975.GILBERT 8/28 4tchg 918NOTICE with X11Diet, Plan $3.
C.', / -------------- REDUCE-excess> fluids with XMUI"
7/3 IStchg
s Clerk of said Court REGISTERA .6i
= / t --- ----- ---- i
s WAS 1 w SAVE By: Beulah M. Moody FICTITIOUS NAME
i a m Deputy Clerk Pursuant to Section 866.09 ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS: .
31i k
t mm PRICE MS M r 9/18 4tchg 10/9 Florida Statutes Notice Is Has your drinking caused you- -
50% poly: cotton never needs T. tralised nylon :-------------. hereby given that the under.slgnedJ.E.WILSON to be sick and tired of being \ t'.'
N Irenmal, Toped neck and. shoulders for stays shapely, wens IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 114 West sick and tired? Ph.. ,i..
amoolh fit. Continuous, collarette. Full like iron Sizes 1013.itf EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
Call Street, Starke, Florida 964-7619 or 473-2108. 7/3 :rr.lc:
.AS SUI WAS SAVI rat SAvl .u SAvi cut sues S, M, L,XL. ,
3Nf LEO U-.M' / 1 24\ ITC ", ITS .ftC I i IIl!% FLORIDA BRADFORD COUNTY 32091, doing business under the 13tp 9/25.
firm name of The Village ---- -----
Instant.loadnq.Camwafllm,' 3'4"diameter' 3"high. CamWt up to twice the life with Personal sue.. Get four 3VSo File No.75-259 Starke Bradford ) TSON'S nor
magicube" ana wrist, '''.p. plete with press-an saucer. Super Burgess) 1 V/t' volt. <. bars,total net wt. 14 0.... 1 Division((1-2342)) County, HOUSE OF VACUUMS
y Florida, 32091, intends to register lota
said fictitious name under the
1 SF IN RE: estate of ODIAPHINE provisions of aforesaid Statute.J. Many brands of new vacuums.

N WILLIAMS DECEASED. E. WILSON, sole owner. Used machines. available.
1 ',
l Dated this 4th day of September Expert Repairs all makes.
NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo A.D. 1975 at Starke Parts and Accessories for all l,1
all creditors and all persona Florida. vacuums. Built in central ".

i IRIN,erywr, having claims or demands 9/11/ 4tchg 10/2 vacuum cleaning systems. 712 .
..1to against this estate: N. Main Gainesville 3767110. ;)
wAi/ You are notified and requiredby .
Section 733.15 Florida IN THE CIRCUIT COURT .TF-v:

-MT Statutes to file any claims and EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
I rat Hal f-bo or or regular wai st White with neck and Fardre.Weawialw.or. the estate of FORD COUNTY
rAS s.vrat SayN. WAS SAYS Ityle.S.hdcolas.4.7. Sleeve trim. S.M.L.XL.UKlOriCHLORDANE Prints, solids. S.M.L.XL. against ] PERSONAL SERVICE
3.t! 21X 1.If Al /1% ODIAPHINE WILLIAMS, ,
deceased in the Circuit Court, in CIVIL ACTION
F-ll HAND CLEANER & PC. SOCKET WRENCH SET aSOFT. ilLV-0-LWE FOR. and for Bradford County Room Case No..
Eagle's super effective% Cleans hands with with 1/4" i 3/8" drive. Chrome
or Quality (oil I for cooking, N Courthouse
chlordone dust 101 County ,
Insecticide. out water! Big 8 as. a,us. ploted drop / .
forged st.el.rormg,
wrapping stamp.i HOBBYS
: Full line of
Starke, Florida, within four In re: The Marriage of SAM ,, .
months from the date of the first McCUTCHEN 'Husband, and arts and crafts. Also guaran'teed -' ...
'''J publication of this notice. FEENIE MAE McCUTCHEN, stereo repair. 156-A west
Each claim or demand must Wife. Cal, Ph. 964-7329. tfchg.
i gvP1, riu
be In writing and must state the ------ ------

r ys place of residence and post- NOTICE Of SUIT- AMeRICAN FAMILY SOUND: .I't-.! .
.t i' r office address of the claimant NO PROPERTY Sates service, installation, I

t \ and must be sworn to by the 'ToFeenie: Mae McCutchen stereos, phono, reel-reslri' .
z1 :. claimant his agent, or his at YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat tapes cassettes radios. Work +tct/
tomey. an action for Dissolution of guaranteed. 155-A West CaR,.

y vas 1 1 1AV.11"Ei Each creditor shall deliver Marriage has been fled against 984-7329. tfchg., ,
wu sufficient copies of his claim to you, Feento Mae McCutchen -------J ----_-

1M' : SAVI l.U .3oIT wu SAV'In w MLTZ COINS U'SNJIT 1-TON PACK OP 4 SIR f' PAimU enable the Clerk to mail one to and you ant required to serve. a 10 x 20 PATIO COVERS: .
iIliiiiiiI IIiiIIIi' Acetate !tricot with while, In now-lee! prints. 45% Tap quality loturs..Full each personal representative. copy of your written defenses If Homes and mobile homes. Y""
TWO Get l-GAL.JUGS CHLORINE MAGNOLIA TOILET I SEAT I-PACK TENMS BALL 1 PC. COOKIAAI SET nylon Ion y...... S M, L nylo35ao .. NL cut. Site 4-14. Dated September 8, 1975. any to It, on the plaintiff's attorney $180 installed. '140 unin- e*
two one-gallon |ugs forone Molded wood for life., R. "MISt,
long "gulatonos.andr.bound. Rich avocado baked enamel ALBERTA WILLIAMS as whose name and address
low price at f Eaglel 3 colors to choose Inn ...... .. stalled. GATOR MOBILE .
Esfta racket .1. an feat-h.anug aluminum. ea Executrix: of the Estate of Is George H. Pierce, HOME SERVICE CO. Ph,:372- AItII: {:
Odiaphine Williams Deceased. Esquire, Attorney at Law, P.O. 9767, Gainesville tfchg. .M.Ljrtatj 1.ia
9/184Cchg 109DEPARTMENT Drawer 1030, Starke, Florid ,
/rut -------- ----
{ 32081 and fie the original l with Bt,6,
IF.nM f
!. '
? 1Y wy. ,--------- the clerk of the above styled SEWING MACHINES repaired,

I OZ MCLEAN( FLUORIDE court on or before October 20, al makes cleaned oiled and A2 At
s.r.31% SAY91AS/1MFN'1 TOOINPAeTEIOZ.WAI OF TRAN- 1975: otherwise a Judgment maybe adjusted, 7. Work guarWOft

I.C.POWOERS-WS reear. 3AS s1/.Yl ears LNINOII'1 SPORTATION SPECIAL entered against you for the anteed. James Strickland, / { !

tPK /1A SAt SAYS .AS uqrASLEA TRAFFIC REGULATIONS -reHef demanded In the complaint comer: Morgan Road & Hwy. .

MVLCREEM ar. .1.41' LM t8J. % petition.. 16., tfchg
NAWIOREAANG-IOE w..wdhiyry..ASAV. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN: WITNESS hand and the ____ ______ \SW
That the Department b wa4
1af 1 SII Sole. seal l of said Court on September PILL'S' SAW SHOP
ME I.AV. :: Complete
1.111 at "Its meeting of oMi5Jd
I Ids, ,wttcn.. aat..s.. Ten. 7-lE 7-12, woiisor"da 3-10.. Transportation 3, 1975., sharpening, service,, circularoass
'June 26. 1975 gave consideration

to the requestsrelating GtjerrS. Brows .hand, carbide.chain,( mower mfv
EAGLE THE CONVENIENT Made hollow ground and bal .
J to special traffic .
Aa Clerk
of said Court
FAM'LY 'OIS UNT STORE S 312 W. Madison St. 964-7513 CIGARETTES .IC.III.CI $413 regulations and In each caaa By: Beulah M. Moody anced., Lww.,1tM, .( Jackson Ai }
Open dally 9 ..19 Sunday tl16 '441 made a review report of along the tr.MicIrw.stigyrtlal with 9/11 4tchg -102"w.As Deputy *,J.1.! I j''Keystone BuI
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. PERSONAL SERVICE t FOR SALE j HOUSES FOR SALE t FOR RENT ) FOR land information SALE located 18 on acres Call SR-21B.of timber I.W For UNITED REGISTERED FARM AGENCY REAL, 0 i

Williams, Ph. 813-822-4707 or ESTATE BROKER

822-4806, St. Petersburg. 3tp 206 South Water StreetPAUL&IRENEFAULKNER -.J.: \..

Lu Sanders Academic Nursery, .FOR SALE AT THE BARGAIN w 10/2.. : .
FOR RENT: 12' wide mobile -. ---------- t'i'
9 to 12, Mon. Tues., & Wed. HOUSE Ladies pants suits, .FOR SALE New 44 x 24, 3 BR, 964-5065 } J irwille al'
homes outside city limits. J.B.
11/2 bath, furnished
completely XJ" Real Facts
2 openings. 964-8404.
It $1.49, Ladies .28 r
pants men'spants delivered and set up.. White. Ph. 964-6114. tfchg. FOR Approximately 1 acre land with :
------.------ .49 and up, ladies shoes $142.50 per month. Mustang -- ---_...- -_. RENT 12 x 60 mobile home, furnished, on Real R&\LTY' ,
.28& .49 overalls, new, $9.95, 4,100 iq, loot building. US.JOI south well & septic.. $7,700,00.Country .
WILL DO SEWING in Mobile Homes, 964-7212.
my home. ol St rKt. Central hot end llr.
have sweaters for all the FOR RENT 3 bedroom, 2 bath - Estate
Call Hampton Lake Itchg
4681873. ?
2tchg 9/25 family. The store has low ------....----- living room, kitchen, dining HAROLD L.BIDOIX store, restaurant & gas c---J ,
prices all through it. THE room, Fla room, fully carpeted PHONE 491-133(1 LAKE BUTLER pumps, equipped. Also stock By .. '
-----_------ BARGAIN HOUSE, 132 W. FOR SALE New 64 x 12 2 BR, 1 $225 per mo plus utilities. 9.1831p 10.2 included. Priced to move. "

WILL BABY SIT in my home, all Call Street. Itp 3/4/ bath, all red carpet, big Available Oct 1st, 964-7347 Terms. '.
ages. 964-7409. 2tp 9/25 ------------ savings. 964-7212. Mustang Itchg - r Cecelia Terwillegar

------------ FOR SALE: 38 Snub nose'Rand'i Mobile Homes. Itchg ------------ Beautiful 3 BR, 2 bath, over 2

ELECTRICIAN, EXPERIENCED gun $55.22 hand guns $24.95, ------------ FOR RENT Furnished 2 10 ACRES 1/2 acres of land. Good Terms. It Is surprising, but many people only think of .

licensed bonded 25 automatic guns from FOR SALE Neshua 30 x 10 bedroom block home. 964- calling a real estate agent when they want to buy a
reasonable $49.95. Dahmers Discount mobile home, one BR, 5690 or 9648245. Up 10 Minutes From UNITED FARM AGENCY house. Real estate agents can also sell your i
rates save 964-6061.
money. tfchg water heater, all National Adv.MOUNTAIN as well as help to buy. '
paneled new ------------ jproperty you
tfchg. .. .. .
-. ,? '- "" re-wired electric and Keystone Heights An agent can handle all the calls about your
-------- FOR RENT din's
---- : Subdivision
AMERICAN FAMILY SOUND fixtures, A-1 shape, 1500. property, and he can also advertise it. He will get I
MOBILE HOME MOVING Also : 1/2 acre lots, $25.00 per 1,750 Per Acre the and .
: 475-2035, Sun. through you top price he handles the paperwork,
Sales, service, installation, month. Water &
mobile home hurricane an' Thurs., Fri and Sat. call after 6 Sewage thus freeing you to get on with your business at
stereos, phono, reel-reel, furnished. For information call $159" Per Mo. hand. The agent can also about
choring mobile home roof p.m. Itchg use selling points .
Mark Olin LAND
radios. Work ,' Olin's Mobile
tapes cassettes
coating. Olin's MOBILE -------- -- your property that you might not have been
guaranteed. 118 Court, 964- Homes Sales; Hwy. 100 W., No Low Land Small cabin on trout itroam-M.SOO. familiar with. He will also protect your interests in
Home Service. 964-5606 Rt.
7329. FOR SALE BY OWNER Crystal Starke. 964-5606. tfchg. the sale of your property because of his professional 'f\\
100W. Slarke, Fla. tfchg. tfchg------- WEST: CENTRAL; 13..cre farm good home .barn a
-- Lake, Clay County, CCB 3 ---------r REALTY INC. itrnrm-$3i,000. experience. I

------------ FOR SALE:bK9 Linoleum $3,38.9x12 : bedroom,2 bath, $45,000 Plus FOR RENT Unfurnished, 2 Registered Broker Write for frat Come by and see us today. If you want to buy'or '
catalog showing over
BARGAIN CENTER: 301 S. Unoleum $8.98. Also furnished extra income bedroom house $110 per l-378-ZiUH.: Anytime toe Ilitlnoi.. sell property, we can help you .
Stavke.Plumbing supplies,. ,12x12 and 12x15 in stock. cottage, Keystone Heights, month. 964-8404. Itchg Evenings Call: ,:.)
commodes $39.95 PVC pipe Hundreds to choose from at Fla. 473-4336. Itchg. \rt Pa trayflrnR1' O.THOMAS PREFERRED PROPERTIES ki-

't.10, 3/4 .15, 4, 4K,5 ft., Dahmers Discount. tfchg. -------....---- nt-2o: ; Bon 4N REALTY, CO.NC., INC.21906
------------ Murphy If you 'are looking for the perfect home site in the
f fibs glass shower and tub .........-.-- -- -,- PHONES:704.137.1111704-137.5452
FOR RENT r 2 bedroom fur- country we have itl I Fifty-four of the best !.',
inc.? single hung aluminum ... Ilp9 1 IB very acres ,
.FOR SALE Diamond ----------- nished apt. Ph. 9648071. ,In
windows end : needles for Itp Bradford County with approx. 100 pecan trees..lo .
Jalousie windows y;
tfchg.: any stereo, over 247 different FOR SALE: 12 x 64 Artcraft ------------ cated right in the middle of the strawberry country.
ones, we have them all. Dahmer's mobile home. Central heat Owner financed ;,'
------------ FOR RENT Small house,
Discount. and air, washer dryer, par
time tfchg.FOR -----
again.Jr. kitchen equipped $80. 964-
Reaves now cleaning & ,---- ---.,- ---- tially furnished or unfurnished 6680 or 9645157. /itJ1'L C earson. We now have excellent acreage that we can sell in 10 'tJ

fixing all gas and oil furnaces SALE: Large fresh shrimp concrete 9648341 steps $5,300or -------- 1tp.-- and 15 acre tracts with owner financing. Lr
& appliances. Call 9646351. without heads $2.25 per lb., best offer. or REAL ESTATE -----
964.8673, Mr. Milton 1tp 9/4 FOR RENT'-.2BR house. Fur BYRON E. DUCE, ill
9/11 4tp 0/2 Driftwood Motel, East v Forty-five acres in pasture and with home pretty kj
nished or unfurnished, infant I eacw pr. LarrmYrLa Reg. Re" Estate Brbker 1
Palatka. 3252331. 9/4 4tp flowers 2? percent down..balance 10 at 8
------------ 393 years per r.
WEDDING PICTURES PLUS: 9/25 acceptable Ph. 964-5417. j 3 BR, 1 bath frame home with N.964-7700 Temple Ave. cent interest. "
9/18 Itp
They can be reasonable. Let t WANTED ____'____ cent. heat/air, chain link fenced -
me show you our albums. Ph. .j corner lot, $19,400. 160 acres Remote, yet close in: 40 of .;cleanest acres '
9646313. tfchg. AUTOMOBILES FOR KENT 2 end bedrooms, - House Er 3 acres ever see. Beautiful hay, some timber fenced & crossfenced !

_.4----------- bath, living room, kitchen, 2-story-5 BR 2 Bath frame homeon ponds home with CH&A large LR country yv' ;
CHILDCARE home hot USEDFOR A/C, trailer. Elect, furnished, 1 $20,000. House on appx. 1/2 acre '- kitchen
: My acre complete with a good variety of friendly,
lunches, snacks, fenced play WANTED: Used sofas, bedroomsets also 1 housekeeping apt. - r Completely! furnished. farm animals barn 2 car garage..
yard shady. Hour, day or r washers, stoves and Inquire Underwood Motel, 12 acres, fenced, well & septic - -
week. All ages 321 Butler SALE OR TRADE 1970 refrigerators. Dahmers Dis 301 N. of fS2.a 9/18 Itp tank, E. of Lawtey, 15000. 2400 sq. ft. bldg., ready for a ----- ;
Terrace, Starke.9/114tp 10/2 Bonneville station wagon, count. 7/24 8tchg 9/22 - business on State Hway, just Colley Road Large, well built, CB home, 3 BR, 2B,

---.....-------- loaded, 63.000 miles, will sell -- -- FOR RENT 2 BR furnished 60 Acre (fans 3 BR home fish out of City. CH&A, terrazzo floors throughout, fireplace, over an
house, $115 With - acre of land.Handsome .
no pets mo.
for $1195 or trade for 1/2 ton WANTED: The one couple in pond planted pasture. Will
deposit of $60. 964-6560 after 3 BR house, just refinished ----- "
of value. Call divide terms.
pick-up equal 100 who are ambitious
5 p.m. 9/18 Itchg. inside. 3BR 2B CB home on three acres with (
964-7824 after 4 1tp - -
p.m. enough to eam $1000 per
t FOR SALE J '' - DR 11, kitchen 10 11, ,
------------ month in their own business. 1.2 acre Mobile home site CH&ALR 15 x 19 14 x x family w
Write Cliff Rowe, 2901 SW 1st ------------ 2500. If you own property outside of room attached to garage and utility, 2 CB outbuildings
FOR SALE 1974 Nova "Spiritof Ave., Gainesville. 8/28/ 4tp -'- county & want to sell see us. (used as work shop) one completely enclosed ((20 x 30))

America" package, loaded, .. .9/18 3 BR, 1 1J4} Bath Double wide MH and one enclosed on 3 sides ((10 x 30)). This home was
GARAG'SALE: !?' by'3''families> owner must sell $2,350.; :' ;1114------ -. 101 on 1 aBre' Lake'Access: Letus help you' with ,your personalty"built by reputable contractor for his own ,.
Sat:? Sept.20, 9 a.m. -2 p.m..' < Ptione{ 964-7850 after 6 p.m., t REAL ESTAtE J 13650.. financing. lifetime use. All materials & construction are of Arl) r.

1330 Blanding' Street 9/18 1tp grade Steel supports are equivalent to those used In
needed for 3 BR house.
------------ Listing
Saratoga Heights. Itp m' uwrcr Fla. public buildings. Very well insulated. School bus stopsin
HELP WANTEDPART 782-38O6' front of home 1-2 mile outside city limits. Owner
I i: VERNIE ODOM financed. What could ask for?
er.Lra4 We A arfr more you y
FOR SALE Steam cleaner liotorcycles 3 BR. 2 bath, CB, dwg. on extra 964-5476 ,

Jenny 200, orig. price $750 ]t large cor. lot in City, w/ Building loton Edwards Road with 113' road frontage .
will sail. for $500 firm. Used six TIME COLLECTION swimming pool, central heat & 3600.

times. Call 9648961MI8kdays PERSON air conditioning,,
after 5:30 p.m.or all Sat.- EXPERIENCE DESIRED - Davidson three lots
day Homey,neat 3BR, 2B, CH&A frame home on
& Sun. 1tp FOR SALE: 1973 Honda 175 HOURS AVAILABLE' 964-7449| 4 BR. 2 bath CB. dwg. Central AAA BUILDERS with 2 car garage with room for storage and utilities.
street bike, excellent condi- Mobile Home ParkIn
------------ tion Heat & Air Conditioning on J. W.Thomas The garage could possibly be used for a warehouse.Five .
mileage $450. 782-
FOR SALE AKC Collie puppies, 3619. Lawtey Fla. 1tp 9/11 HELP WANTED Painter, Large cor, lot in City. City Limits Sons& large, bearing pecan trees,nice shrubs and plentyof
Unabrad, grandsons of CH finisher with at least 3 years - room for a garden. Drapes, carpets, stove, refrig,
Royal Rock Bayberry Viking. ------------ experience in finishing wood 3 BR. frame, house outside city, $30 Per Mo. Any type roofing dishwasher remain with the house for $25,000.00.

Good bone, coat. 12 weeks SUZUKI OF STARKE' Your products or automotive.. Pay excellent condition. 2.3 acres. Gdneeev64Ne376.50872tp

old $100. 964-8210. Itp authorized Suzuki Dealer, rate depends on experienceand - Walk To New 9918 Cecelia T. Terwillegar
capability. Bradford $38,000-3 BR. 2 bath, CH&A, Reg. Real Estate Broker
------------ Phone 964-6020. 304 East Call
Street Furniture Industries, Starke, One Acre lot, 1,666 sq. ft. living Shopping Center >20.West.Mad.son.
RUMMAGE SALE U PRICE IT. rfchg. ._ Fla. 2tchg. 9/25 areal 1 Vi miles out of City Limits City Gas Water 4 Sewer Office 64-7774
405 S. Cherry St. Sept 19th -- -- of Starke.' home t64.5 145
; ------------
&20th, Fri& Sat. 10 a.m. to 5p.m. HELP WANTED National - On_ 301 South Starke, Florida

Itp Protein, experience tractor For Sale: 2 story, house close to MULTIPLELISTINGS -
---------- -- town. Upstairs furnished apt.1 Jolu Motel
LOST AND FOUND trailer drivers, long distance
FOR SALE 19 ft. Cobia, 115Joh.on and local hauling. Contact downstairs. BR. 964-8810 :
- -
motor, inspect at Roger Jones 964-8083. Itchg. 19 Acres. Lawtey, good timber, tt Handyman special $3,500 Olin's Subdivision
------------ aI I
S&W muffler, 2 miles N., on terms.
301. 9/18 Itp Large Airdala terrier, WANTED,; Part time business - 2 BR, 4 acres $6,500
------------ black & brown,' 3 yrs. old. manager ,for Bradford-Union Brooker I
176 Acres area, some We "Have Used I
Last seen 9-14-75 Brooker, :
Guidance Clinic. Ph. 964- 1
YARD SALE Many large and Rd. No. 227. Ph. 964-6251. 8382. ItchgWELCOME planted pines. Handyman special $7,500 I I I II
small_, Sat., Sept. 20,12to Reed Jones Itp -,- WASHERS $'3 &
6 749 Orange Street. 4 BR Frame House, Fireplace 5 4 BR, 2 lots $10,500
p.m. ------------
9/18 Itp WAGON Part time Central Heat &. Air. 12 acres, RANGES upSawy.r I 1 _

work, flexible hours, paved rd. 2 BR frame-terms $8,890 \ **
------------ T 'ua3JB.lJi4J. itfcmii&
FOR SALE: Peas purple tip Erzipper representative needed in the r---- *v* ** *< **--*** *-- tr-Ti
1 & 2 acres mobile home sites, 2BR, 1 acre $7,500
HOUSES I FOR SALEFOR Starke area. Must have car. If
You $3.'
cream. pick : $ Per Mo Water a
Rd. 16W, 964-5156 Seeber interested call collect 904-641. N.W. of Starke Terms. Appliancets332W. 3 BR. 1 bath,$16,500 / Acre Lots For Rent 25"Call
.- - Sewage Furnished
Forsyttw. 9/4 2tp 9/11 7176 or write L. Barsl!, 4420 .
Point Drive, I Madison 2 BR lakefront $22,000
----------- Monument I Mark Olin 964.5606 Hwy 100 W.
SALE Used Spartan 8 x George Roberts JrlI ,,
FOR SALE. Mobile Home Farts Jacksonville Fla. 3225. 9/18
and supplies. OLIN'S MOBILE 42, 1 bedroom completely 2tp 9/25 REQ REAL ESTATE BROKER 964.7701 Off SR-100.3 BR $22,000

100 furnished, ready to go. 964- ---.---'------ rf jl
HOMES SALES, Hwy. 964-7826
W. Starke, 964-5606 tfchg. 7212 Homes., ttchg Mustang Mobile AVON Avon CALLINGII To'buy'or soil 4 BR, 2 bath, V4A $22.500 I Printed. Stationary Adds, Lot To Your BusinessLet ,
call 755.0731
--- !- --------- or write
: : "
------, --------i 3 BR, 2 acres $24,500 ''
Loma I .til Us Quote You A Price'!
Clyatt P.O. W
YARD SALE Household items, 220, FOR SALE: File boxes, guides Drilling. .

tool, clothing odds & ends FOR SALE Broom house, 1 Lake City Fla. 32055... tfchg. and cards. Everything you Lawtey 3 BR brick $31,000 On' Your Printing Needs ,
Fri& Sat. 9 to 5. 237 Monroe' bath, ducted heat, 100 x 100 ---------. -- need for fixing a filing system. 2" thru 6"I

St. 1tp 9/18 fenced with/ 10 x 20 utility ATTENTION DEMONSTRATORS All for sale at The Office I Keystone BR brick i $44,000 lE dll(1H(:C! GLLLti [f[ '
Shop. Fast
building. In Starke Rotary
-----------:.- : Toys & Gifts. }
FOR SALE: Double beds$39.95. near stores & schools. Ph.. Work now thru December. '' Drilling Equipment, Hampton-1 54 acres $9,200 964.6305 135 W.- Call i
twin $29.96, rdl-a-way\ $20, 964-6349. 9/25 2tp FREE sample Kit. No ex-) Long Champ '
used furniture, appliance, air ------------ perience needed. Call or write < State Licensed Lawtey 2.75 acres $9.500 I

conditioners 110V, 220V, Santa's Parties Avon, Conn. .r
congoteum $2 yd., and porch 06001. Ph 1 ((203)) 673-3455. Homeand Lawtey 4.4 acres $9,500 '

swings' 4ft. $111, 5 ft. $18. Bargain.Center Also Booking Parties. 8/21 j Building Materials j jWE I Pumps I RUCTION:
And ten thousand other Items. 13tp 11/13----- 2 canal lots, $3,300

The Bargain Center .301 S, of u.s. :301 S. 984-6879 -- ,BUILD New & UsedSales.Parfs.Service 4 canal lots, $7,800

Stark, tfchg. UnfinishedLadder JIMMY MOORE'S 'YOUR PLANS OR OURS 5 to 6 acre tracts on the Santa Fe ''Sat. Sept. ,27 10AM.' :.-
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YOUR LOT OR OURS 1 River $2,000/acre '
FOR SALE: Two 3/4 Limousin Back .Sun SportsMORE : E-Z Terms Thanks For pairing Our First Sale So Successful .
bull, 460 & 750 'IDS.. 25 Hul- FREE ESIMATESREMODELING' 2 acre MH, terms $5,000''
**V QuiN cross game chicken: BOAT FOR j ,
$35 each If all are taken, range i 7 acres in town ,,18,000'
raiaed.i, Also Hulsey game Woven Bottom STARKE.PH 964-5791 ADDITIONS OUR SEPTEMBER SALE I

chicken direct from HIlI..,. HI Back HOMES BOUGHT SOLD 10 acres, Theresa r $12,600
J.M.' Edward. Box 628. COMPLETE OUTBOARD di TRADED And We Have Buyers r. Every Day It'

Stark Ph. 9645379.9/4lip ROCKER, $17"Slat STERN DRIVE SERVICE Remodeling Lawtey 10 acres (11,000

9/25 Bottom AND REPAIR J ACREAGE FOR SALE Call Us About Bringing Irt Your Tractors, t
------------1 Peetsvllle 11 acres $10,000
4 ......13 RepairslOurrancitj
FOR SALE Case pocket knives Lo Back COMPLETE FIBERGLASS. Trucks. Autos, Trailers .Backhoes.. M':.

now at Oahmers Discount 16" REPAIR 4 HWY. 301 S STARKE TF 700 foot highway 301 frontage, (Equipment Of All Kinds Now..) *j'''
tfchg..' CUSTOM BUILT FIBER ., t US-301, 21 acres, terms .'

ifr! ,..: -'n ."" Slat Botom. GLASS FISHING BOATS $35.000 Farm, Industrial & Construction, '

FOR SALE 10 Inch bench saw, STOOLS .?6" &: HIlburn 50 Cash
used little like new extra BRASINOTONCadillacOldsmobfe S'SIYE' Pump-. Supply" acres $57,000 Convert Unneeded Equipment To :;;

fated**; Dado, ...,. COM Ws have
200'for; quick eels. best DINING CHAIRS *'8MCurved. .Fine Sa Selection III & Service Used FRED DAVIS Company properties listed.all Corns other In type and N. E. FLORIDA!EQUIPMENT ,

off*. 4752510. Itp BottomS Of BBS us.FAEDSACKETT.REAlTOR. AUCTION. ,
--- --I Can Taken On. GMC TRUCKS 864 N.:Temple Ave: '

FOR SALE.1847 MIIMY Harris wlnfl' Cadillac Trade BUICK. PONTIAC"A Starke U.S.. 17 North J: h.r ((904)284-5977) :

tractor With front end .loader ROCKER, .'11"Armleas 2001, GAINESVILLE N.W. 13 37I-H01- LITTLE RIDE CAN 206 N. Temple(US-301)) Green'Cove ..

OBO.. "'-7184. 9/18 Itp H SAVE YOU A LOT'TF 964-7061 w 904/964-6622.468-1042 Springs ,.
------------ GREEN COVE SPRINGS..

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16 TELEGRAPH September IS, 175

1 Million Dollar Bid Set On 4 School Building- Plans f rywr .rarwu.tnlpr ,:u r.JtN'y Y I,. + uY

r 1 1ii
STARKE All four projectsin four jobs if funds are short. ready to bid the other three down from a projected $1.6 review the entire salary
Bradford's $1.2 million projects by early December million to the$1.2 million to be schedule at a work session in
school building program will The projects are four kin- with nine months left to available. the near future. Supt. Richard
be bid as a single job, and one dergarten classrooms, two complete construction before Salley apparently is finding Jockel agreed with that,
time,in hopes of getting better each at Starke and Southside school opens next fall. the $1.2 million somewhat saying there are inequities in >
prices, the school board .Elementary School, ; a six- Combining the projects would tight now and with the the salary schedule and he has ( rt-
decided Tuesday morning on classroom complex to relieve delay the kindergarten combined bidding for a bigger already began a study of the
recommendation of Architect overcrowding at Bradford program only two months, offering is trying to gain some schedule. w.'tIt
Craig Salley Middle School, and the final Salley said in his recom- working room. The larger bid, -Gave Mrs. Lucille Payne, ,
two of five planned phases at mendation.It instead of four smaller ones, curriculum coordinator,
Combining four projectsinto Bradford High School. may even attract out of state permission to employ a
one million dollar bid To combine the bids the would have been March bidders, Salley said. teacher for specific learning
should attract "better in the middle of the schoolterm instruction in the
a price, board voted Tuesday to throw In other action in the
and a lot better cross sectionof out all bids already received when the four kin- meeting Tuesday special the Title 1 program instead of a 4 ,+, '
bids," Salley said. on the four kindergarten dergarten classrooms would building the on teacher for gifted students. T + ,
"It will also give us optionson classrooms. Music and Worth have been completed, he program : Mrs. Payne pointed out the
alternates and tell us wherewe Construction Co. had the bid pointed out. -Agreed after much debateto gifted program will be a partof

are," said Board Member on kindergarten job at $132,760 Sallee said he has approvalof increase salary for sub- the total program. The The American Red Cross graduated nine students In First Aid In exercises Thursday, Sept.
Arthur Gaskins. but the school board had not design development stitute bus drivers from $10 to specific learning disabilitySLD 11. Clark Martin, a Registered Emergency Medical Technician, and Peggy Barnett, who Is
"You'll know to the nickel," signed a contract with the drawings for the final three $15 per day. Transportation ( ) program had been cut currently enrolled In an EMT course, were instructors. Those completing the course were Salley replied. Gaskins noted Live Oak firm. projects. Supervisor Jesse Moore said last year. An SLD program is to right Ina Claire Arnold Ann Jones Clair Lazenby. Sarah Mobley. Shirley Pete, Marie
that instead of coming told the board his The board had recently routes and weighted 7.5 times in' the
up Salley are longer he is Shaw Doris Thomas Madeline Waters, and Judy Williams (not pictured).,
short of funds and having to firm is further along on plansfor trimmed four rooms off the having trouble getting sub- Florida Education Finance
cut all alternates on the final the high school and middle middle school complex and stitute drivers for $10. Program compared to 3.5 fora

job the board will have school projects than had been cut down to alternate status to -Decided, in connection with gifted program teacher, 21 Adults And 3 Youth Complete Firemans Course I
alternates tocut on each of the expected. He said he could be bring the cost of the programher the salary discussion, to Mrs. Payne also pointed out. .&

Twenty-one adults and three Students were instructed in >and knowledge of the conser-

youths completed the Game shooting rifles shotguns, and vation practices and wildlifeof .
I Tornadoes Beat Themselves With Too Many Mistakes"There and Fresh Water Fish Com- muzzle loading rifles and their surroundings '
mission Hunter and Firearms archery.. The primary purpose of the
Safety Course taught in Brad- course is safety. Basic information -
was not that much says. Crawford had an out- Jimmy Clark, the Tornado .weak side when Clark plays ton says, adding "He's an exceptionally ford County by the Keystone According to a report, the about ammunition and
difference in the ball clubs. standing spring, looked real fullback and workhorse, saw defense. quick lineman." Heights Sportsman's Club. primary purpose of the course guns gives the students information -
We just made more mistakes good in fall practices, "but some action at linebacker in Kenneth Cruger played There is to teach proper gun hand- that will help form
," says Head Coach didn't turn in the kind of per- the fourth quarter and will some at noseman and were times when Jay This course was conductedon ling in circumstances relatingto habits which will enable themto
David Hurse of the 27-13 lick- formance I feel he's capable probably be there more, Sexton defensive tackle.Cruger is the Godwin junior defensive overall end I an experimental basis hunting. It offers the opportunity avoid firearms accident.
ing his green charges absorbed of" In his first varsity game. says. Tornado utility man for the performed well, but August 18-20, in an effort to for youth, as well as According to Myron
from Ocala Vanguard Sexton is looking for much improvement front line. "I think as the season Godwin needs a lot of work, establish this program into adults, to become familiar Prevatt, a similar course
in the season opener last Friday in Crawford this Jenkins can play both line- progresses he will be a Sexton says. the public school system in the with the fundamentals of fire- could be offered to the publicin

backers, and will swing to the I tremendous help to us,'! Sex- "I think our defense will near future as a credit course. arms handling and firearms the Keystone area, if
bounce back," Sexton The program consisted of 15 safety while at the same time enough express a desire to
"Our kicking game fell Willie Perry has says.been hours of classroom and field opening the possibility of an attend.

completely apart" Hurse Laws Rule After School EmploymentJonathon working this week at defen- study and was taught by interesting and challenging For those wishing to participate -
notes. The coaching staff has sive end and will Myron Prevatt, a member of hobby.Knowledge. in a course of this nature,
see some
been stressing the kicking action Friday the Keystone Sportsman's gained by the you may contact Prevatt at
game, but the team made nine was always a big employer, she is not between 6:30: a.m. and (p.m. night, Sexton Club and Lt. Ed Tyre of the course may allay fear of fire- 473-4944 and make your wishes
mistakes on it Friday night. kid for his age-a shy nine- exempt from complying with on nights preceeding non- says.Coach Game Commission. arms and foster an interest known.
"We did everything but have a year-old who could easily pass the laws governing child school days, and 14and 15- Hansen wasn'ttoo

punt blocked," says Hurse. for 12. When his 10-year-old labor. She, too, is required to year-olds may work until .11 displease, overall, with .S* Gimmicks Our 1st Annual 53l. '*
"I've repeatedly stressed best friend got a paper route obtain both age and em- p.m.The the defensive secondary. ..NDWH..T.I..Nawc..It."TaItIT'la..NDItIV.N..WMIL.UPP C
after school, he wanted one ployment certificates. And new law allows 16and "There were a lot of times t;
that the kicking will be
"game because she will) work in a 17-year-olds to work until 11 when Colston tried to throw
crucial Too this many year mistakes Hurse said.just too.His parents thought it was a restaurant, she may be p.m. on nights preceeding and no receivers were open," 14rof (m:3: fuJrn' (! IV..le-/ !

simply stopped the Torna- good idea. It would be good required to have a health school days and until 1 a.m. Hansen points out. c
for his before a non-school day.
does, coaches declare, not therapy shyness. the is Emmett Bright was named ::I
Jonathon got the job and Although restaurant The new amendments
Vanguard. began working afternoons. open until midnight, Beth may provide that in the case of the defensive back of the lit fl 1iI1 !I
"After looking at the t WI
game for only work until 11 p.m. on minors who work for the week. "He was doing his job "
Beth 16, was looking an o par ;II:
film there was a lot of thingswe knew what andwas mIZ
evening job. Babysittingdidn't nights proceeding a school maintenance of their families, was going on
did and did well. But whenwe She not the most consistent de- Ghia 75 Ford Pinto .;0w
appeal to her. She day. may prepare or certain requirements of the .. 75 Corvette T-Top MPG.Mustang
made mistakes, we made wanted a job that would serve alcoholic beverages.The law may be waived. fensive back," Hansen said. :: ,...1M.Auto T.......AM."M. .. PatfdadRoot. fit MN... ".c.AC,AT,Dacar a =="|
_,. .... I'
them and ,
they were costly ) wn Old. Chroma Brp. Moaa vinyl
errors," Coach Mike Sexton enhance her chances of 1975 amendments made Waiver requirements must Coach Roger Chilson says E "3: AC TST, "n.c. Wrirty.PI 40MIL.e..1! ft Cruls.Control. ....... ".fS1.Ni.1 _oaf, WSW Pin 11r....... Radio ..n
says. meeting people. several changes in the Child be obtained from the office of his offensive line "has shown a..i I1N Mlloi. N.C. Wrnty. ( ) 1.,. of Naw Car Warranty. ga.
Sexton had praise for threeof She Is taking only three Labor Law. Minors working in Labor Relations in steady improvement since the I $7399 HW $3299 3-
his front line defensive classes at school to complete the employ of those other then Tallahassee. The waiver does start of the year." Senior '
'* 75 Chev. Nova 6"O 75 VW Rabbit 74 Olds Toronado I"-a
senior requirements.Her not exempt the minor from :
players: noseman Scott year father a "bona fide farmers or obtaining the and tackle Tommy Edwards, 6-2. z Metallic' 0'... H..II....... CpoUUIPac. V.llow 4-Or. Dal. .Int. /-lN. ., Blua. Valour, split Malt Whlta i'=
Pooser, defensive end Keith manages association of farmers" must proper age' 222, is the leader of the offen- ..c. PS.' AT HAH MM AM-PM.Lr.o,fair Mllat.OrlVinyl Top,PM St.,..,Tilt, -,.S
Carter and linebacker Paul restaurant and is looking for have a work certificate. employment certificates. sive line and the only veteranon T > Milt Sal!. N.C. Wrnty. ,_. .......... I ma. aid. .'1. Windows' A Mal, Cru,... Pac.AC C
Jenkins. Jenkins and Pooser an evening hostess. Employers caught in it. EI:! $3599 N.C. Wrnty. ,.Ono Ownar. Orlf. StOOO e"::I
She took the job and began Minors now may drive violation constitutes a 3899 3888 5
each had tackles W
11 and y
working after school five misdemeanor of the second "We still need to improve i"r
tractors at 14
assists to lead the team. week. age providedthey degree and is punishable especially on quickness1 S74: VW '74 AMC Jeep 74 3
nights a have had training in by a ( ." Dasl.SN CMC White.Aut. : 3:
Sexton was also"pretty well Both Jonathan's and Beth's tractor operation from a $500 fine and-or up to 60 daysin Chilson says. "We have a good MMnliM. .1... .% Air" Vollow, v-t, Canvai Top.. Taw i/i Tan Blua .t; .
pleased" with tackles Wayne employers are in violation of recognized school or class. the county jail. group, some of them young. If .:-:Can. 1-Or. Llka N w Bar, Btc. Hall air Rtnoaoda. Tram. PS PB, Pac. ...C. Almost r'y ,.
Scott and Marty Russell. "The Florida's Child Labor Laws. Additional information on we keep working and concentrating $3188 $3788 NawC. $3588 Tc

only thing they need is game The law is administered by The new amendments also Florida's Child Labor Law on it, we should have a 74 Chev. tt Ton 74 Vega Hatchback 74 Pont. VenturaHatchback. i

experience." Russell at 225, the Florida Department of allow minors under 16 to work can be obtained by writing: very good offensive line. = ...... LWt v*. SM. Tram. .ad. 11 AC, Auta.Tram. Yallaw. Rallya
is one of the biggest defensive Commerce Office of Labor four hours on a school day and Office of Labor Relations,' \A U with' .T. *... DMT Stand. .,N wMRadius., It_. Whit, U*. AT PS, MAN "... ::I
tackles the Tornadoes have Relations. 10 hours on a non-school day; Ashley Building, Tallahassee, where"Right we'd now we are still" not U W 2788 $2688 *..c$2788 i- "
had in some time. Jonathan is too young by they may work a 40-hour, six- Fla., 32304 ori by calling 904- added. like to be, he iI :
one year to handle a paper day week. Minors may work 4881702.)4,) M 74 Honda 750__ 74 Torino Elite 74 Honda Ciwic.a
Curtis Crawford the weak- route. The employer could "' ; '10' Mil... It.... runnarParlna Had with Whlta' V.T. Pwr. N.NNRdCNI Sllvar with Bik. ,I
side linebacker have determined his true C 1_ ... OmarIntnl. windawi, AM.PM itaraa, ".... vinyl' T.... .-...... Air
was a disappointment ageif = W.N.. :
Im Orta..UIM AC. Othar tKtrai.H988. C_. Pac. Mq.. *
Coach Sexton he had asked for the proper Jackson Questions Clerk = $1688 =
age and employment cer- : II: S2388 -*Z

tificates. gp'. 74 Pinto Runabout 74 Ranger XLT 73 Chev. 2-Ton =.
Certificates can only be "ad. -Owr.. 4-Spd.. RadianPK. It.... LWB AT PS, PB, L...
a AC 24aoa. extra ClMlt. TI..., It...,.. _. C-40.. 144 .n. 4.Spd, w-I I.... -_
obtained from the local school On Starke .c. Air C ..la. PTO. LAN M11.. Ori|. r'_
sucerintendent's office.' Millage Report CL ? S2588 $3488"- $4377 *C

Under July. 1975 amendments, no child under enactedin 10 STARKE The city councilis time working on the city but not raised after the 2! = 73 Satellite Sebring 73 Grand Prix 73 Dart Sport sJ.:
S Vallaw with) Vinyl T.... ....dl. Vinyl Tap. 19._MIN,. AM-PM .
in street trades l-Or. Had with Black V. vinyl
may engage faced with cutting nearly budget.He deadline for advertising. M .".c.AC,M.... PS, pB AT Suns ".c.AC -,. Windawi. It_. ".c. AC Pf, PB, AutaTram. ..i"Int.
defined as selling solicitingfor from Jackson said he did III .n,. Saat Crulia. Door .
$100,000 a proposed $2.24 not MLL 11. On OWner LacM. Till ., Matt, New Madlalt' .
for wanted to know if there Mil... Whl.' .. N_
collecting or million tentative budget in a advocate raising the millage Henaycamo Whl Itc. ;mm
distributing newspapers, workshop set for Monday at 7 would be enough time to rate but pointed out that the $2477 $3377 $2477 :O
magazines or periodicals.Shoe change the millage throughthe commission did not have the 3"
N polishing, on a public p.m.The new budget requires a required advertisements.City information required to 73 Scout II 73 Chev. Bel Aire '73 Fiat 124 Spyder
street or from house to house, 3.408 tax levy and is to go into Attorney George Pierce determine whether more 2 4-WM., Orlv., AM.PM _, 4-Or. ... PS Pt II........ Tallaw. : =-
VinylRAN.R.MT 1-Spd. Air
is also considered a street effect Oct. 1 said the millage could be revenue would be needed to 2 III Ml.locklnt On' NUNS Ownw., Hard Top. M,/N .0.*.1WII.I.Int. ...,. ".c. AC C...... Wire wkl. Cov.: ... Supar m*.
trade under the law. The budget was the'subjectof lowered by the commission run the city next year. Buy 0-:|
Minors 10 years or older, controversy at the city Q s $3177 $1888 $ 277rtj'

however with the proper age council regular meeting Sept. 13 Mazda RX2'ss 73 Ford Trucks E73JeepJ200 !
and certificates 1 73 Chev. Vi Tons :
employment 2, when freshman councilman cowMANURE
VEGETABLE II Two to CDOOM Prom, loth 1..0. Cneata Pram.Automatic ,_.
1 ta Choata Both
may engage in street trades Marc Jackson and City Clerk c Mllaaot. One Ownw Cart With t lid. Trant. V-a't T......V-'. PS,Air C_. 5.Auti, .;,n
between 5 a.m. and 9 p.m. Merrill Edwards had an PIANTS I :5:: Air C.... A 4.1.... Vwr Chokea .'.. Na Otft. Pram or 0'..... Your C...,... .v
when schools are not in abrupt question and answer $2377 $2117 $2477 !II
session. exchange on the millage Iii iI

Although Beth's father is report. All Organic i 73 Toyota.t TruckMaraon 73 Hornet AMC '
Jackson asked the clerk Big Selection $239 MI-Lux Slap funtpLaw .,. l-Or. "a". AT, PS. Pac. ..C. AMC 140.4.Whl Or.l.Spd. 10NIy*
tAl' cz'7In&zT why he had never brought the .0, LB. Bag Mil..... ltaH. 4-Spd. SAN Sllvar with Black Vinyl' Actual. .Mil...One OWner a
city's ad valorum tax report $2477 T"' $2377 $2477-

i Qr' t from Long Property before the AppraiserGene council."I I ties69C y FLA. PEAT :: 73 Lott-Craft 73 Suzuki GT 750Blua. 72 Dodge Adventurer.5!!:
I ......... .
:S:: 4 Chain. M HP fvln.J Watar-Caalad. M-Cycla. C.m_ I........ 754 _.... .I 3AT
can't see the clerk taking : rlda Mtr. fvlnrutfa Built J._ Mllai./ Bicallant, Buy' PS, J44 Int. Air. Cond. i.!
N.G. Hayes, Jr. shows why !I / the millage report and filing it I Cabbage '79 1 Bu BagApprox 3.Troll.r, ..c. Oalv. Tilt Trallar gala
the family /III. $ 125to $1677 $977 $2466 SO /OilC.A..1
expects to get a '"', away, Jackson said. He | Tray 6O LBS. III ,"'
Meld of SO bushels' per acre \ repeatedly asked the clerk Collards i i' : tJr
from their "Absence makes the heart ti : 72 Jeep Wagoneer 72 Buick Electra's 72 Ford F250 '!
current soybean when he intended to presentthe B. Matalllcaraanwltnwaadaral. 0..Whlta, On. al... .... It,. Midst F=
Cp51.With I Soil
I. Contained II
crop. BO wander. report of the tentative !> ............. Auto T......, "_I. Bam with Vinyl It..... ".c. AC. AMP n.m..... lit,. Mica In J I S
budget to the council. APPLY FALL FERTILIZER NOW! '''ii Drlva. Air Can*._P!., PB, It._ 11._ I 4l.dM Actual Ona Ivary Oalall. A C.m.e.:; !!:.
L o Mlle Imply' N OWner MIL Vow chalca.' Dr..m ::;

Edwards said he was a busy GROTONE a III 3 3266 $2466 3966 a-Z
a man and that he "just hadn'tthought
to present it." Ed' ; 72 Vega Wagon (GT 72 Ford Torino 72 Plym Dusters OOna
J A M1 wards did offer some consolation WEED & FEEDBag $798 sac... with Hallya ftrlpa* 4Whoah. Matalllc Oraan with Whlta T..... Twlitor' (Oronool with P...8 Idke
7 115 W Poc.AC4.Sad.HftH. 4 Or. RAH AT. PS. Ml Int.Pac. M. .y... Ono IBiuo, ) AT.AC "
to Jackson saying a Covers 25.0Q Sq. Ft $1866 .. AC Nan ".". vaur c....... f ::
copy was available in the c'
clerk's office. GROTONE $1566 $1866 S

WAS u 3 72 Karmann Ghia 72 Chev. Van C-20 ." i
Jackson said he it 8 %
thought 71 Cher Ton
$598 ... ,
PELLETS i S 1'.11I.. AN .
Cps. 4.S/d
the responsibility of the clerkto = c...... RML. .IN InSM.. Tram LWB I''". LWB M.O. 4-tpd. T......;.
present the report, which he "1", 50 'Ib. Bag 3 $2166 .tr. Chaap. Haw Paint. Jail Split. Cm..... 4-Ply TI,... Ti
did not know had been issued. "" ? $1866 $1455

Edwards' replies 6.fi.fi With 50 Lb.Minors $499 1ft.' ;i 71,..Oohing". such 71 Dodge Avis 200 71 VW Ghll' -.*
apparently Bag OH. 0 .". Crow-Cak 14 Pant. ..... _
did not appease 111'".L S....Mil...y...Naw HO. c n.ry with a,". lid.... T.... .
Jackson. Spreading Service AvailableAsk Usi.! \= wnich. It nab 5sd aNNdrlvi.. TI.... "Naw" e_. far .Silly Ona, Ownor A.IHtkN icon-.to.....VoNINi. SparfyoaJHZ5i RRIAC '

;n. $1255 $1155. :,
"How many other things are ;:1.

you neglecting to tell us?" At Its totWell iy 71 Ford Econoline 71 71Chev.C-30
Jackson said. >.... _Ito With I....., c.."...... .... w... Banja ewNlisW.d Ono T.... Plot :.0. Maw v.S I '
>: eorpoti, V44M.. Tram and Grin. Hack Pwr. windawi,
"A bunch of 'em a whole I Pretty -.. -.. teat PM. AC. Naw Tins. SSZ&ZffS&fS2155. W.C.a 9
y 'm
helluva bunch of them" Take Old .. '
Wee Hayes and ion, Eldridge Jr. lUnd.In field of tall soybeans Edwards retorted. $1'55. ; _
on Hayes farm In Brooker area. Wee and brother f.U. '70 Volkswagen Bus 70 Datsun Truck 70 Cud 340 If ..y;
'YCH. Jr.,are growing KA acres of soybeans a crop a lack Jackson was elected last Mower In TradeEven !_ -... toooo Ponaatar Walk.J Oraan with staka Body wakavajM Trodod ky Mr. Ortoor from "IMalroao 41::I
01 labor forced them to lira to. September and this U his first 5 J THr*.Pram Saat tana a WfMto. *............am tar a ntaa. .. ... o VW-. wiiHir 'm 2 M I.",
i $1444 R irMA track hot in nat......,. fyi it....11..4.. .. ma N .
am..-- ......... ( If It Won't Run) rOn 1 $1044.... and. d M. fawn no ",... "H ClU3J1

A NEW TORO < Bunt a a,. '7D CII... Malibu '6S GT 500 := o_
Shelby KR 68
paO For Safety & Performance a ..... .... ...... Owmdj Cadillac Cpt ;
!: q .
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