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: October 2, 1975
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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Defendant Carl Taylor (left) surveys courtroom scene during trial on murder charge."J ;

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I 'Taylor Guilty In Valerie Turner Murder -d 1,;'I

STAUKE Carl Robert Taylor concurrent 5-year-to-life: sen- Shop on SR-21 near Melrose. Style Shop on SR-21 in the dust and maybe a little clay," Taylor's wife Ginger, in would be blocking traffic into department "'and Joseph :
37, was found guilty by a tences. He will then be turned Taylor was acquitted of the southeast tip of Bradford' and bearing a' Tennessee California, the officer said. the shop. Fanchuili of the Lakewood,
six-man Bradford Circuit over to Colorado authorities, Marr murder last Tuesday. County, and prove through' license plate. Mrs. Harnage As he passed the shop, he Colo. Department of Public
Court jury here after almost to serve a life sentence after defense and similarities in the "method of'. testified the black and white saw the men and the girl, but Safety both testified as to the<

two hours deliberation Wed- which he has a 5-year to life Both rested their prosecu-early operation" used in abductions tag bore the first number, 4, Also crucial to the state's noted nothing unusual, method 'of operation in
nesday, afternoon in the first sentence to serve in Texas. tion afternoon cases and made and murders in several out-oP "a one and some'zeros." When case was the testimony of "...except one man had his "similar fact" murder and

degree 1 murder of Valerie Only one' of these sentences Tuesday statements Wed- state cases, that Taylor was introduced later as< a state Lloyd Becton, Jacksonvilletruck hand in his pocket." All three abduction cases involving

Turner} deals with a murder case. closing morning in what instrumental in the girl's exhibit, the tag was lettered: driver, who testified he got into the front seat of a blue Taylor.
nesday death. ''TENN. 4F6101.A Chevelle with a Texas or a Jordan was questionedabout
No prosecution is expected is from Bradford County Sheriff saw two men, with a blonde
Taylor originally I
Tennessee license tag, Becton the homocide of Jena
for the indictment the girl between them, leave the
on mur- Texas and has been in and out Dolph Reddish describes as '
Basic to the state's contention -< Texas police officer that and Forrest Covey,. who were
Bobbie beauty shop morning and
der of Turner both
from said.When
say of prison since 1966, accordingto "a very strange case,
that 'testified that the had been abducted from drive-in
Taylorwas' toward asked a
prosecuting and defense at- Barker. the time it happened till now." tag drive off Keystone by Hebert if he
at the beauty shop found the shelf of back could near Mesquite, and '
,tcrneys. present on a Heights. Becton had slowed recognize the men if he grocery
Taylor was charged with the The ProsecutionState between 8:30and: 9 a.m. on the t ':screened porch at a ranch down to into the parkingarea saw them again, Becton whose bodies were found in an ,I
Despite the ruling of the Nov. 30, 1971 abduction-death Prosecutor Kenneth day in question was testimony'by near Trinidad, Texas where in front of Nell's to up- replied yes, and pointed to abandoned farmhouse nearly

Bradford County Court, of 16-year-old Valerie and the Hebert relied on circumstantial Mrs. Betty Breeden 1 the defendant was employed date his trucking log, he Taylor as one of the men he 40 miles away. Covey had
Taylor will return to Folsom shooting deaths of her mother, evidence in an' Harnage concerning a car she under the name of Raymondif testified. He was hauling a multiple bullet wounds in the

Prison, San Quentin, Mrs. Bobbie Turner and effort to place Taylor at the saw parked in front of the .The house was located bulldozer to Melrose, but saw.Herbert Jordan of the back, and his wife was shot in I
California, to serve four Patricia Marr at Nell's Style scene of the abduction, Nell's beauty shop "covered with*11" after an interview. with, decided not to stop because he ,Mesquite, Texas police the head Jordan said.. '
Fanchuili testified con-

J cerning the death of Leora

Looney, who was abducted
from a Mr. Donut Shop and
1.8 Million
$ her remains discovered

almost 85 miles from

Lakewood near the Wyoming

ZIrtrjrapty border. According to the ,
coroner's deposition, she had ;
been strangled and shot in the
School Bill
,chest and head areas. '

Testimony revealed that \.
Taylor had entered a plea of
y..y. '
"The Sweetest Strawberries Thlt Side Of Heaven"97th '" guilty to that crime and had d

been sentenced for it.
Year STARKE FLORIDA 15 Cent* A confession that Fanchuili

llth Issue Thursday,October%, IMS' Copy' J, tt Set In Union said Taylor had given to him
VI in Colorado in 1974 was the

basis of Fanchuili's
LAKE: BUTLER '.' Union l' County School- Board' voted description of Taylor's activities -

Answer Is Sought. unanimously" to accept a $1,808,628, budget for the 1975-76 fiscal from 1969 through

r.. py li day <)ctber.|...des..i., ..(S.June. of 1972. ,
s.vaa per.
l s-somequeadonover.
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"Seems to me we'tre just a little in administrativestaff the'coiintryTrom'LosAngelesto
To School a+ ,",, said board member Donald Dues before the board voted Buffalo to Florida to Texasto
High is ipGLryL 3-2 to allot $147,213 for administrative salaries. Board member Detroit, always traveling,
Pam Thomas joined Dukes in the nay vote. by car," Fanchuili said.
Movements concerned Taylorand
The budget, to be officially ring that although $2,600 was his wife Ginger Sher-
adopted at a public hearingOct. allotted in the budget, $2,270was ;
Problem man McCrary, 'Taylor'sfatherinlaw
Drainage { s.s.. 14, provides at least $100or already contracted out to ; Sherman's son,
t 1 more to each teacher for various agencies."We .
1 Danny; and his wife; but they
discuss solution to drainage supplies. can get together later weren't always together," the
STARKE Bradford School flexibility with and if there'sa
the the facts
:$ 1 key to more .
Superintendent Richard problems on US-301 in front of witness added.In
budget, SuperintendentJames real need we'll work it out,
the high school. his opening statement at
Jockel, among other school said to Cason said, the
noting again
Cason hoping
School Board Attorney Gene the start of the trial last week
officials and planners, have
flexibility of the
additional into budget.
Shaw School Board members work an $2,500 Hebert out that the
expressed a ray of hope aftera allocations for classroom film Bending the budget to fit pointed ,
Arthur Gaskins and J.T. "method of operation" in the
trip to Lake City Thursday
services out of Alachua individual needs is possible
Parrish architect Craig murders here and in other
because the state does not
Salley and school planning County. states showed a similar

'ihtani; (frier week engineer with Jack Erwin the met district last -' ; particular"We're not item all, and that can firm make on a demand expenditures an itemized for any accountof except been pattern shot of by the cross-fire victim having from

: minor switches when we federally-funded projectssuch
engineer for the Florida 1ig; want" Cason said. as Title I, Cason said. guns of two different calibres,
II Department of Tran- and that the shots always
Allocation for the films had Items are merely broken up
Walter Skinner included: bullets through the
sportation, ,
into three broad for
been made in budget categories
who advised the group of three not head and into the back of the
plans, Cason said, because he presentation to the Florida victim.
options: was informed that the film Department of Education for
-He would talk to people in he said.
service would no longer be approval,
The DefenseIn
the federal government to see available. A letter last week Board passed the budget
if a grant might be possible to moving for acquittal on'the
films after
informed him that the only unanimously stipulating grounds of insufficient
correct the problem. Erwin
would be accessible however. that any attorney
,evidence to sustain a guilty
expressed some optimismabout
this, as the federal Teachers will have to take it hired by the board to repre- verdict, defense attorney-
sent the
on absences, the board superintendent must Jeffrey Barker argued that
government has not under- easy
taken a project on US-301 in decided. A total of $4,600 was have board.prior approval .by the "each and every piece of
alloted county-wide for substi- evidence produced by the
time Jockel
"quite some ,
SATURDAY i tutes, and last year that Dukes initiated the discus- state is circumstantial." He '.
said.County 'k sion by asking if appropriations added that of
BAKE SALE officials could be tCY amount was already spent by included proof
Oct. .requested to use secondary January Cason said, adding money forsuperintendent's premeditation (basis of first
Saturday 4
that each teacher would be attorney degree murder), death by
funds initiate the
road to
I In front of program
fees. Cason assured
the board
WlnnDlxleBy which the state would ,,alloted four days of personal criminal means, and Taylor'spresence
that the$600-900 in his account
leave this school year.A at the scene had not
Beta Sigma Phi reimburse from primary $10,000 contingency fund would be used with discretion, been proved "beyond and to ''

funding. was set aside in the upcoming but agreed to abide by theboard's the exclusion of every
Cemetery Working -Lowering culvert on SR- decision. \\
budget for increase in utility reasonable doubt.
Dyal Cemetery 100 to allow more drainage to bills due to air-conditioning of "I would like to have a little i I

Come Earlyl I the school area is already the middle school and in- money to call counsel to seek The motion was denied by ,
----- planned for immediate relief. One of these five Bradford High coeds will be crowned 197S homecoming queen at the Tornado creased costs. advice without having to come Circuit Judge R.A. Green, Jr.,

Support Lawtey's The DOT has recognized that Whirl next Thursday night Oct. 0. The girls are ((1-r) Gloria Strickland. Beverly Meng. ."It's too early to get a true toa public meeting to have it and Barker sought to establishan ,
Cystic Fibrosis new buildings to the area Karen Jackson (at bottom of photo), Anita Green,and Gall Lavender. picture of utility bills. What approved," Cason said, but alibi for Taylor through ) !

Drive Saturday overload the drainage pipewhich ever it is, it's going to be too admitted that there might be testimony of Richard
Road Block carries excess rainfall much," Dukes said. times in the future when legal Jablonowski a foreman at the 1

----- westward from the area. In discussion of administrative opinion sought might ad- Cresslan Ranch Trinidad,
Salley has proposed a catch BHS HomecomingSet Cason said he versely affect the board. Texas, that Taylor was
MONDAY.Oct. basin, but, said Jockel, "We felt that personnel or more positions "You've told me what I working at the ranch at the
BC Commission don't want to go that route if could eliminated one by the end want to know," Dukes said, time of the Melrose abduction.The .
30a.m.. we can avoid it." and Pam Thomas initiated the
of the school by combin-
A catch basin would soon year jnanimously approved foreman said he noted
Lawtey Council become a lake, would have to ing functions. Question arose motion.- employee absences from workin
7:30 be fenced and continually Next WeekendHomecoming from inclusion of both an a notebook, and that no
guarded to avoid drowningsand assistant superintendent for absences were noted for

Union County mosquito infestation, l instruction and an administrative OSHARep Taylor,who had been working
Jockel said."Besides. assistant to the superintendent t there, on the dates in question.
Hospital Board it would cost festivities be- member of the band, and is' Starke. She is the daughter of which accounted for To

7:30p.m.TUESDAY. Bradford County, not the stateor gin next Thursday at 7:30: p.m. senior class secretary. Mr. and Mrs Paul Meng. more than $31,000 of the ad- SpeakThe Jablonowski Upon cross-examination,
Bradford ministrative salary schedule.A said he had.no
.Oct. 7 federal government, at High School'sTcrnado The.daughter of Mr. and Miss Strickland has been a Chamber of Commerce "independent knowledge"that
Whirl, climaxed total of. 13
Jockel said. by positions re-
Stark Council Mrs. Leroy Jackson of Stark / cheerleader for four years, 'Board of Governors will heara Taylor was at the ranch
when the queen's crowning, a main vacant this due to
7p.m. Jockel recalls a time rally around the traditional pep Miss Jackson is a memberthe of serving as captain the past year transfers presentation by Edward during the period, Nov. 28-30,
the flooding was so bad that Future Business Leadersof three. She has been in the resignations or staff; Fike of tb! State Division of 1911. "

UC Commission high school students could skits bonfire, featuring class. America and the pep club.; Spenishclub for two years and Cason said. Instructional Labor office on Occupational.. Barker further presented
f:10 a.m. body surf across the street la. the treasurer for the Little includes 83paeitioraaccountirg Safety and Health Administration three witnesses, Jeanette root

into the Magic Market Next Friday's activities in- Miss Lavender is a memberof / Women's Club.. She was the for the largest under budgetary basic (OSHA) enforcement,' and Johnny Ross, who lived in

Worthington Spgs. parking lot. Good times aside, clude a parade and the traditional the chorus as weU as its ninth grade class secretary. item,$595,117 pro- it was announced at the exe-, Melrose at. the time of the
City Council new and deeper fears arise in Bradford-Palatka sweetheart. She is a member i Miss Strickland is'' the'dluahter 1 grams. teachers cutive' committee meeting incident.: .. i s

8p.m.WEPMESDAY.Oct.S. the wake of building plans for e of the history and science, of Mr. and Mrs. received Although raises no, some did Sept. 25, Mrs. Root, a school crossing:

the school. Contestants for clubs. She was a member of F\wT: Strickland, of Kingsley additional Incomes, ins scheduled deputy In Putnam County, and
"We afraid that additionof are acquire !; talk Is for'
are homecoming queen Anita ,the Future Business Leaders Lake Ross, a former car lot
to additional i-
two new phases of the high Green Karen Jackson, Gail of America organization. She through assignment 12:15: p.m.Thursday,Oct. 2, at operator, testified'that two
Junior Gwen Girls' athletics
Lake Butler school: will worsen the situation Lavender Bev and > princesses are duties. the Garden Restaurant, ,
Meng and In
of Mr. men a car
is the daughter green approached
City Council'Sp.m. the land level Zack of Lawtey, granddaughter for example,was added to the t
bringing Gloria Strickland. Mrs. F. Lavender, of Lakes| The number of inspectors the intersection>of
closer to flood level," Jockel of Mr, and Mrs. L S. school pro ram this year bylaw
CaurmyO* said, adding that the situation Miss Green .is the daughter, Butler, Tanner; and Robin Hood; .' accounting for an in-, has Increased from relatively Highways 21 and 28 'in

Clommuntlij would hopefully be correctedby of Mr. and Mrs.,. Herbert \ daughter: Mr. and Mrs. 'crease to the athletic directors few to 85 for the state for the direction Melrose coming of from the
Stye Theodore Gulon of Starke. salary. past three yean Chamber Gainesville
the time construction of Green of Starke.' A Hampton resident. Miss' ,
additions begins. She ''was a member of Meng was a freshman prin-i Brenda Prevatt, daughter of High School Principal Billy Manager John Myers said He around 8:30:and on the morning in "<'
auk c '' Mr and Mrs. Knight of Foister submitted to the said Fike will inspect local question, turned left on 21 ,1
"We have been promised an civinettes and the cess. She is In the Spanish and: Roy 'Ray ''
in the direction
T....._I ., answer within 30 days," council. She was headmajorette drama clubs. She presently1"I Surte ,and Sheila Fayson, board a request for additional business and industry to meet i of Nell's..' ., ? ,

._..De a in.u....i .C..... Jockel said." for tour;.yearsa! works at Register Oil I, in,; .. (tike Page l*>. supply and repair,hinds, stat' .federal inspection criteria., (See. Page,4)-)' f


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Phyllis Griffin-Mike Henderson .

I United In Marriage September 5 c 97a1 fflte Jt; !

The Hampton Baptist 64.ide l w
Church was the setting for the
wedding of Phyllis Gail --7---7r
Griffin and James Michael QtaJy Wooly Soci.ty dilo*>

Henderson who repeated vows u ,, __ _,_ .
in a double ring ceremony ;

performed by the Rev. Melvin Beth C.H. Nasworthvs Richard Jockel To!
Hamel on Friday, Sept. 5, at 7 Hendersons Give Chapman ;

p.m.Parents tl r .lid rw Shower Honoree To Celebrate 50th Oct. 8
of the couple are, i Rehearsal Dinner1' Speak
Mr, and Mrs. Wesley M.
Griffin of Hampton and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. James H. r t r. Monday Night Anniversary Oct. 4 To Women's Club
and Mrs. James H. Hendersonof
Henderson of Raiford honored ( Miss Beth Chapman, Oct. 17,
Raiford. Mr. and Mrs. C.H. of Educa-
"The Challenge
their son, Mike and ,. bride-elect
Phyllis honored at
the alter two their
Flanking were observe tion" will be the topic of
Griffin, with a rehearsal bridal shower
a Monday
nightat wedding
standing baskets of red carna- 50th anniversary talk the
Jockel's at
dinner, Thursday night Sept., the home of Mrs.' H.H. Richard
tions white Ger- ,. with
pompoms Saturday, Oct. 4, a luncheon-meeting of the
in the
4 at 8:30: m. Hampton Adams.
man s tat ice and gladioli. In p Church reception at their home, 1320 Woman's Club of Starke on
Baptist Fellowship anti Co-hostesses Mrs. J.B.
the two fern ,
background were E. Call street. Wednesday, October 8.
trees.A Hall. Godwin, Mrs. Gene Long, Friends invited to call
The tables were arranged ina 1"fr > ,. Mrs. Dewayne McRae, Mrs. Mr. Jockel, Bradford
program of nuptial musicwas \} .tJ: between the hours 7:30: and, County superintendent of
square shape with each Itl .t.: Kiert Sundusadee and Mrs..,
Mrs. L.A. .
presented by 9:30
,j" table covered with a wedding Charles Hutcheson. : p.m.Mrs. schools, will be on the program
Canova, organist, and Rev. Hawaiian planned by the club edu-
cloth of sil'Jerand white with Holiday Attractive arrangements of
and Mrs. Mark Brown
committee with Mrs.
cation ,
t wedding fells on each table. roses were used at points of
Green Cove Springs, soloists.Mr. r The head table was centered Lucille Conner Eddy, Irterest in the party rooms. MA. Payne MA. Payne, chairman, and
Henderson served his Starke, has just returned froma Mrs. L.A. Canova co-,
with an arrangement of fall One game was played by the
son as best man. Ushers were
I. Bennie Burnsed of Jackson- flowers 't it shades of red.and seven-day trip to Honolulu, 25 attending and a prize Speaker For chairman.
Navy. !Hawaii. Ms. Eddy, an area awarded. Members assisting Mrs.
ville and Jack Crawford of counselor for Luzier Cosmetics and Mrs. Canova are
\ The buffet table was Corsages were presented to XI Iota DeltaMrs. Payne :
Raiford. covered with beige lace cloth. won the trip in a nationwide the honoree, her mother, Mrs. Mrs. Guy Andrews, Mrs. F.B.
Mrs. Marylou Peeples '1\ Place cards marked the contest sponsored by the A.W. Chapman, Mrs. Charles Beard Mrs. O.L. Beasley,
served as atron of honor. -- M.A. Payne spoke to
company. Mrs. Paul Bridges, Mrs.
seating arrangement of the Blalock, mother of the
She was attired in a floor Xi Iota Delta chapter on
While there
Ms. Eddy wenton David Browning, Mrs. R.F.
guests. >rospective and Mrs.
/ groom,
length style of 4'- Breast Cancer at
princess :gown Those attending with the a number of sightseeing/ Bill Dukes their Demorest, Mrs. Willie Mae
grandmother, of
red dacron fea- meeting Sept. 16 at the homeof
savoy crepe hosts and honored couple were trips. the honoree. Denton, Mrs. L.H. Gibson.
turing a high neckline and Debbie Henderson, Mr. and Luzier, Inc., a direct selling The hostesses presented'' Mrs. Grady Overstreet. Mrs. J.W. Kincaid and Mrs.
Plans '
two-piece bell shaped sleeves 'J,', Mrs. Wesley Griffin, Mr. and cosmetic company, is a subsi, Miss Chapman with a silver bazaar were which discussed for a W.B. Mundy.
accented with white trim. She was held in
Mrs. Bernie Burnsed and diary of Bristol-Myers and a dish
son, vegetable and silver tri-
wore a dyed to match sombrero Waldo on Sept. 28. Mrs.
division of Clairol.
Bennie Wayne, Mr. and Mrs. vet as a memento of the oc- Freddie
edged bridal hat with Stephens, dance
Little Women
Jack Crawford and Mark ion.
son, "as chairman
white velvet band and andMrs announced tickets
streamers., She ,carried, a "- Mrs. L.A. Canova, Dr. BAKE SALE were on sale for the Owl Prowlto ToMeetOd,6'The
whte wicker basket of white cascaded from her crown to Mrs. Shirley Hamel greetedthe Carlos Hernandez, SATURDAYBeta Beth Chapman be held Oct. 25.
carnations centered with two fingertip. Her only ornamentwas guests at the door and Elaine Kennen Mary Lou Sigma Phi sorority will Mrs. Gene Cox, Valentine Little Women's Club
red that the bride and introduced them to the receiv- Peeples, Rev. and Mrs.: hold a bake sale Saturday Queen, her title
roses a wedgewood cameo Eddie Blalock gave up to will hold its October
Melvin Hamel and : meeting
Mrs. morning, Oct. 4 in front of the
line of
groom gave to each other'smother necklace that the groom pur- ing composed the bride Mrs. Freddie Stephens, the
at at the
Keith Rev. and Mrs. Monday night
Spurgus, p.m.
at the end of the cere- chased for her in Scotland.She and groom, their parents, Winn Dixie Store' in Bradford Oct. new Valentine Sweetheart. club house.
Sweet 17
Carol Kremuch Wedding
Ralph Square.
mony. carried a Tiffany style wedding attendants and Plans for a February 15
and daughter, Susan and
Misses Elaine Kennan and bouquet of red carnations, grandparents of the groom. Robin maternal luncheon will discussed at t a
Deborah Henderson, sister of white daisies and German sta- grand- Miss Beth Chapman and later time.
., the groom, served as bridesmaids Mrs. Mary Williams and parents of the groom, Mr. and Mrs. Vergie Flynn visited Eddie Blalock will be united in The next regular meeting Mr. and Mrs. George Flynn:
Their dresses were tice.A reception was held in the Mrs. Virginia Crawford cut Mrs. Marcus Smiley from her sister, Mrs. Bessie Faxon marriage Friday, Oct. 17, at 8 ,will be held at the home of Jr spent five days last week
Ga. and ,
and served the Jesup
similar to that of the honor church fellowship hall. In the Punch served wedding cake. grandmother of the paternal in Gainesville last Tuesday to pm. in the Madison Street Mrs. Gene Cox nn October 7. with Mr. and Mrs.. Fred Fieldsin "
attendant only in Navy blue background on either side of was by Mrs. groom, Friday. Joining the Baptist Church with a recep- Tampa.
Mabel NesSmith and Mrs. Bertie Henderson on
Mrs. ,
and featured two-piece long the table were two standing Friday were Mrs. Jack tion following in the church
Blackshear Ga.
Barbara Carter. ,
sleeves gathered bow baskets of red and white carnations During the dinner the Waters and Mr. and Mrs. Fellowship Hall. Mrs. Blanche Otto of Seminole Mr. and Mrs. Keith Gilling-;
trimmed cuffs. They also pompoms and glad- Mrs. Carol Krenach kept the presented gifts to their couple at- Frank Dennard of All friends and relatives are visited her sister, Mrs. ham and family of Tampa
wore dyed to match hats and guest book. Decorating the tendants. Tallahassee. invited to attend. LA. Canova, over the "w4 were weekend visitors of Mr 7
carried white wicker basketsof ioli.Centering the bride's table guest book table was a mem- end. and Mrs. Guy Sale.

red and white carnations.The was a four tiered weddingcake ory candle, a gift presented to
bride, given in mar- with a flowing fountainand the couple by Larry Williams. Class Of '65
riage by her parents, wore a topped with a miniature Rice bags were handed out
gown of traditional styling bride and groom. On either by Misses Susan and Robin Plans Reunion
featuring layers of chantillylace side of the cake were two five Krenach.
cascading from a natural branch silver candelabraswith Dec. 27 At NAS '

waistline into a cathedral burning tapers. The table After spending some time : ''t .
length train interspersed with covered with white with their guests the ___- --- i.
was a coupleleft BHSClass of 1965 is planning ------ --- --- --- .. ---- -jFA' .
panels of lace. A fitted bodiceof alencon lace cloth. on wedding trip to Jack its tenth reunion for Saturday, '- -- -

lace was accented by a low The two punch tables were sonville, Miami and Nassau, December 27, at the NAS .
square neckline scalloped at each covered with a white lace Bahamas. Officer's Club in Jacksonville. ILI1 -
the edge and fitted sleeves. cloth centered with a silver The couple is residing in Members of the class may + 1.61

The headpiece of camelot punch bowl encircled with Zion, 111. where Mr. Henderson cmtact Mrs. Marvin Brown,
styling was covered in chan- greenery. Larry Williams and is taking Corpsman's 964-5756 for further information. -
tilly lace and edged with seed Mrs. Gladys Christy were in training at Great Lakes Naval .

pearls as tiers of sheer illusion charge of arrangements. Base. .... -..

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I United Phyllis In Griffin-Mike Marriage September Henderson 5 ? ehh Iw !

The Hampton Baptist e 4 WJ

Church was the setting for the
wedding of Phyllis Gail
Griffin and James Michael Wooly Sod.ty Cito,, 964-7608

Henderson who repeated vows .- -...- ._ __,.__-_.._ -,-
in a double ring ceremony

performed by the Rev. Melvin Beth C.H. NasworthvsTo Richard Jockel To :
Hamel on Friday, Sept. 5, at 7 Hendersons Give Chapman :

p.m.Parents Shower Honoree Celebrate 50th Oct. 8
of the couple are Rehearsal Dinner1' Speak
Mr. and Mrs. Wesley M.
Griffin of Hampton and Mr. Monday NightMiss Anniversary Oct. 4 To Women's Club!
and Mrs.
and Mrs. James H. Henderson James H.
of Raiford. Henderson of Raiford honored 4'y Beth Chapman Oct. 17 Mr. and Mrs. C.H. "The Challenge of Educa
the alter two their son, Mike and Phyllis bride-elect was honored at
Flanking were Nasworthy will observe their tion" will be the topic of
Griffin with a rehearsal a bridal shower
Monday nightat
baskets of red
standing carna- 50th wedding anniversary Richard Jockel's talk at the
tions, white pompoms, Ger- dinner Thursday night Sept., the home of Mrs H.H.,. .Saturday Oct. 4, with a luncheon-meeting of the
man statice and gladioli. In 4 at 8:30: p.m. in the Hampton Adams. reception at their home 1320 Woman's Club of Starke on
the two fern Baptist Church Fellowship Co-hostesses were Mrs. J.B.
background were E. Call street. Wednesday October 8.
Hall. f Godwin, Mrs. Gene Long invited call
trees. Friends are to Bradford
r Mr. Jockel
program of nuptial musicwas The tables were arranged in : XHawaiian Mrs. Dewayne McRae, Mrs. between the. hours 7:30: and County superintendent of
a square shape with each b ; Kiert Sundusadee and Mrs.
presented by Mrs. L.A. ti 9:30: p.m.Mrs. schools will be on the program
table covered with a wedding Charles Hutcheson.
Canova, organist, and Rev. the club edu-
and Mrs. Mark Brown of '. 5 cloth of sil'/er.and white with Holiday Attractive arrangements of planned committee by with .
cation Mrs.
t wedding Mis on each table. roses were used at points of
Green Cove soloists.Mr. .
Springs Lucille Conner M.A. Payne M.A. Payne chairman and
Henderson served his r The head table was centered Eddy !interest in the party rooms. '
Starke has just returned from Mrs. L.A. Canova co-,
with an Arrangement of fall One game was played by the ,
son as best man. Ushers were
Bennie Burnsed of Jackson flowers 'i t shades of red.and a seven-day trip to Honolulu 25 attending and a prize Speaker For chairman.
)4.Y Navy. !Hawaii Ms. Eddy, an area awarded. Members assisting Mrs.
ville and Jack Crawford of counselor for Luzier Cosme- and Mrs. Canova are
The buffet table was Corsages were presented to Xi Iota DeltaMrs. Payne :
y covered with beige lace cloth. tics, won the trip in a nationwide the honoree her mother Mrs. Mrs. Guy Andrews Mrs. F.B.
Mrs. Marylou Peeples ? I Place cards marked theseating contest sponsored by the AW. Chapman, Mrs. Charles Beard Mrs. O.L Beasley
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served as r.mtron of honor. .,, .J %, cam any. M.A. Payne spoke to Mrs. Paul Bridges, Mrs.
arrangement of the Blalock mother of the
She was attired in a floor While there Ms. Eddy wenton Xi Iota Delta chapter on David Browning Mrs. R.F.
r prospective 'and Mrs.
length princess style :gown of guests. groom Breast Cancer at their
a number of Demorest Mrs. Willie Mae
sightseeing/ Bill ,
: Those attending with the Dukes, grandmother, of
red savoy dacron crepe fea- trips. meeting Sept. 16 at the home Denton Mrs. L.H. Gibson,
hosts and honored the honoree.
turing a high neckline and ..!o". ," Debbie Henderson couple, Mr.were and Lazier Inc., a direct selling The hostesses presented'' of Mrs. Grady Overstreet. Mrs. J.W. Kincaid and Mrs.
two-piece bell shaped sleeves ,. Plans were discussed for a '
accented with white trim. She ;' Mrs. Wesley Griffin Mr. and cosmetic company is a subsi Miss Chapman with a silver bazaar which was held in W.B. Mundy.
Mrs. Bernie Burnsed and son, diary of Bristol-Myers and a vegetable dish and silver tri- Waldo
were a dyed to match sombrero on Sept. 28. Mrs.
f division of Clairol.
edged bridal hat with Bennie Wayne Mr and Mrs. vet as a memento of the oc- Freddie Stephens dance
Jack Crawford and Mark .
white velvet band and son, chairman announced tickets
streamers. She carried., a "- Mrs. L.A. Canova, Dr. and BAKE SALE were on sale for the Owl Prowl Meet Oct. 6
whte wicker basket of white cascaded from her crown to Mrs. Shirley Hamel greetedthe Mrs. Carlos Hernandez, SATURDAYBeta Beth to be held Oct. 25. .
carnations centered with two fingertip. Her only ornamentwas guests at the door and Elaine Kennen Mary Lou Sigma Phi sorority will .ChapmanEddie Mrs. Gene Cox Valentine The Little Women's Club
., red roses that the bride and a wedgewood cameo introduced them to the receiv- Peeples Rev. and Mrs. hold a bake sale Saturday Blalock Queen gave up her title to
will hold its October
groom gave to each other'smother necklace that the groom pur- ing line composed of the bride Melvin Hamel, Rev. and Mrs. morning, Oct. 4 in front of the Mrs. Freddie Stephens, the meeting the
at 8 at
Monday night
at the end of the cere- chased for her in Scotland. and groom their parents, Keith Spurgus Rev. and Mrs. Winn Dixie Store' in Bradford Oct. 17 new Valentine Sweetheart club house. p.m.
mony. She carried a Tiffany style wedding attendants and Ralph Sweet Carol Kremuch Square. Wedding Plans for a February 15
Misses Elaine Kennan and bouquet of red carnations, .grandparents of the groom. and daughter Susan and luncheon. will be discussed a t a
Deborah Henderson sister of white daisies and German sta Robin, maternal grand- Miss Beth Chapman and later time.
Mrs. Mary Williams and parents of the groom, Mr. and The Mr. and Mrs. George Flynn,
the groom served as brides- Mrs. visited Eddie Blalock will be united in next regular meeting
maids. Their dresses were tice.A reception was held in the Mrs. Virginia Crawford cut Mrs. Marcus Smiley from her sister Vergie Mrs. Bessie Flynn marriage Friday Oct. 17, at 8 will be held at the home of Jr. spent five days last week
similar to that of the honor church fellowship hall. In the and served the wedding cake. Jesup, Ga. and paternal in Gainesville last Faxon p.m. in the Madison Street Mrs. Gene Cox nn October 7. with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fieldsin
to "
Punch grandmother of the Tuesday
attendant only in Navy blue background on either side of Mabel was served and by Mrs. Mrs. Bertie Henderson groom, Friday. Joining the family on Baptist Church with a recep- Tampa.
and featured two-piece long the table were two standing NesSmith Mrs. Friday were Mrs. Jack tion following in the church
sleeves gathered to bow baskets of red and white carnations Barbara Carter. Blackshear Ga. Waters and Mr and Mrs. Fellowship Hall. Mrs. Blanche Otto of Semi- Mr. and Mrs. Keith Gilling-
the dinner the
trimmed cuffs. They also pompoms and glad- Mrs. Carol Krenach kept the During their couple Frank Dennard of All friends and relatives are nole visited her sister Mrs. ham and family of Tampa
wore dyed to match hats and guest book. Decorating the presented tendants. gifts to at- Tallahassee. invited to attend. LA. Canova over the wo i 4- were weekend visitors of Mr,
carried white wicker baskets ioli.Centering the bride's table guest book table was a mem- end. and Mrs. Guy Sale.

of red and white carnations. was a four tiered weddingcake ory candle, a gift presented to
The bride given in mar- with a flowing fountain the couple by Larry Williams., Class Of 65
riage by her parents wore a and topped with a miniature Rice bags were handed out -
gown of traditional styling bride and groom. On either by Misses Susan and Robin Plans Reunion
featuring layers of chantillylace side of the cake were two five Krenach. -
cascading from a natural branch silver candelabraswith Dec. 27 At NAS y

waistline into a cathedral burning tapers. The table After spending some time er .t._ .
length train interspersed with was covered with a white with their guests the coupleleft BHSClassof 1965 is planning
panels of lace. A fitted bodiceof alencon lace cloth. on a wedding trip to Jacksonville its tenth reunion for Saturday,
lace was accented by a low The two punch tables were Miami and Nassau December 27, at the NAS
square neckline scalloped at each covered with a white lace Bahamas. Officer's Club in Jacksonville.
the edge and fitted sleeves. cloth centered with a silver The couple is residing in Members of the class may
The headpiece of camelot punch bowl encircled with Zion III. where Mr. Hender contact Mrs. Marvin Brown
styling was covered in chan- greenery, Larry Williams and son is taking Corpsman's 961-5756 for further information. -
tilly lace and edged with seed Mrs. Gladys Christy were in training at Great Lakes Naval .
pearls as tiers of sheer illusion charge of arrangements. Base. y .
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Sorority Plans -

I Local Man Innocent Of Waters Elected
,Owl Prowl Oct. 25 BIRTHS Rape President Of

GAINESVILLE Starke Friday evening after just 45 Lanier of Lake City. I
Plans for the October 25 Owl resident Marvin Edwin minutes 4-II
Johnson deliberation.The Lack of CouncilHarold
physical evidence
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Allen
Prowl were discussed at the 32
was found innocent in former Jacksonville made the
of Starke announce the birthof case for the
regular meeting of Gamma a daughter Julianne on charges of rape by a three- resident was charged in the state to- prove according to Waters was elected
Theta chapter which met TeachingHospital. man, 'three-woman Alachua two-day trial with an alleged Johnson's Samuel president of the Bradford 4-H '.
Sept. 19 in Shands attorney
Sept Bobby. 25 Alvarez.at the home of Mrs. Grandparents are I County! circuit court jury rape of 19-year-old Gloria A. Jacobson,who said, "It comes Cwncll when the group met
down to Monday night,Sept.29,to plan 1 :
Mrs. D. Waters will Mr. and Mrs. John Allen of I one person's word
Gary be
representing the chapter this Starke and Mr. and Mrs. peGy9ee YOlJ..KI1OW against the other's." the coming year.
as Valentine Grover K. Davis, of Keystone
year Queen.
Plans for a February 14 lunchem Heights., Mr. and Mrs. Howard Misses Jean Mundy Sharon There was no evidence of Other officers are Vice- f
will be made later. Meyer visited their son and So1 and Frances Cannon struggle no ripped clothes president Gene Joyner, t,
Members and guests enjoyed 'I Mr. and Mrs. Michael daughter-in-law Mr., and Mrs. and Mrs. Betty Palmer of Tallahassee and no bruises reported by the Secretary Susan Massey
J a Sarah Coventry party Reddish announce the birth ofa Jimmy Meyer,in Jacksonville will spent the week. medical examiner to prove Treasurer. Zed Hamilton.
given by Mrs. Debbie daughter Dana Michelle, Sunday. end at the Mundy cottage at Lanier actually resisted, as Reporter Joy Redding :
Parrish. Guests attendingwere born Sept. 27 in Alachua Mrs. D.C. Forehand and Kingsley.Lake. she said him she and did crying Chaplain Jack Parrish )
Mrs. Dewey McKinney General Hospital. Grand- Mrs. R.L. Grace of Albany against and Historian Beth Hamilton, andCouncil ,i
Mrs. J.W. Mr. and Ga Local admittances to Brad- pleading for her life. Delegate j
Dukes and Mrs. parents are Mrs. P.D. were weekend guests of Cindy
Tom Jackson. Reddish and Mr. and Mrs. / r Y. Mr. and Mrs. T.H. Slade and ford County Hospital this Bryan. i iA
The next regular meetingwill Clyde Hersey of Starke.Mr. I Mrs. T.T. Long. week include: Eric Owens andSteve Johnson raped her she said, j
be held at the home of I t Mrs. Lavenia Lamoreaux in the back of his car while project to foster com-
Mrs.: Grady Overstreet on ___ : Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Shaw Hercey of Keystone giving her a lift from Melroseto munity pride was discussed at
and Paul Miller of Willie Carter
Mrs. Heights of Rai-
October 13."Coffee". and sons of Ponte Vedra spent Gainesville after Miss the meeting. Projects and
Starke announce the birth of a ., ', the weekend at their home on ford; Mrs. Etta Dyal of Lanier had argued with her plans for the National 4-H
daughter Lisa Joanne, born Kingsley Lake. Graham; Mrs. Ramona boyfriend with whom she had Week were also discussed.
Honors Sept. 27 in Shands Teaching Crapse, Mrs. Beatrice Rosier been living. The Council also plans to have
Hospital. Grandmothers are :, .. Mrs. W.L. Joiner of Griffin and Percy Griff, Lawtey; several radio '.
Becky Giebeig.The Mrs. Josephine Knights .rt, / ,. .., ,,..,,..p r/ Ga. will be Thursday overnight Tom Hardy and Alvin Moore, ------ -- programs. .
Homestead, and Mrs. Doris guest of Mrs., L.D. Hampton; Mrs. Thelma
Starke Homemakers Miller of Starke. Vining. Walker, Mrs. Esta Underhill,
club is having a "coffee" this Mrs. Dorothy Griffis, Mrs. '
morning Thursday at 10 a.m. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Welty Doris Hodges, Mrs. Alma SASE fefrBOOM'S
in the Agriculture Building to :b 'fj..J- of Pompano Beach spent the Leurek, Mrs. Peggy Lewis J
g.acquainted with the new weekend with their son and and Mrs. Essie Crosby,
Hone Demonstration Agent Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Chas- family Mr. and Mrs. Richard Starke. SALE
Mrs. Becky Geibeig. tain of Gainesville visited Welty, and they all visited the
All ladies interested in their parents Mr. and Mrs. Jacksonville Zoo on Saturday. Mrs. Bill Graham was in
homemaking are invited to T.C. Chastain and Mrs. Clyde Alachua General Hospital last
attend.FranklinBroome. Sinclair Friday night and Miss Debbie Andrews Sunday to Thursday following Furniture: )
Saturday.Mrs. Wildwood is residing with her surgery.
uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Er Antique Shop
E.W.i' Hayes visited TL. Casey Jr., while attending Joey Bakken who has been ,
Wedding Dec. 5 'Mr. and Mrs. L.A. Weekly in i the University of Florida. partially paralyzed? since Aug. Located at 135 N. Temple'Ave. Starke, Fla.
Ocala over the weekend. 13 following a severe neck 'J
Mr. and Mrs. T.C. Chastain injury, and a patient in
Mrs:William T. Franklin of Mrs. A.N. Holliday was a I were vacationing in the Stand's Teaching Hospital, SAVE ON: Wash Stands 1,;
Gainesville announces the patient in Riverside Hospital Lucky Winner. Smoky Mountains last week. was removed by ambulance to I
engagement of her daughter Thursday to Monday.Mr. Lauree Hall of Hampton Cathedral Towers Therapy I Dressers Mexican Pottery 7
won 1975 LUV
Norma Jean, to Carley M. a drawing Sunday afternoon at pickup truck at Mrs. Edward Burns of Clinic in Jacksonville on Mon. : of All Kinds
the Waldo Flea Market. Free Table & Chairs
of Raiford of Mr.
Broome son day.
and Mrs. F.V. Herlong ticket were handed out at the Jacksonville was.Wednesday II I
gate Friday and
aid Hampton.The Mrs. James. M. Broome of and Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Stein- No. 522091 proved to be the lucky one. "This Is the Mrs.biggest Hall's Monday guest of Mrs. L.N. Mrs. Ed Kimutis and Mrs. I i Chest Drawers Wash, Pot
of Jacksonville thing I ever Pickering.
were won. said Mrs.
wedding will take meyer Hall who cashed In on a bra of A J. Eaves attended the Wicker
Sunday visitors of Mrs. W.F.. groceries once before. GateI I & Chair

Dec.Church 5 in Gainesville.The Ridgeview. Baptist H long. 2>,/Jo-K-/ ....................................... .John. Mr.and and Mrs.daughter Richard, V.Joy St., way Camp Council Chowenwaw Field Conferenceat last I II Toys & BrlcABracFriSat&MonOct.34&6th I

bride-elect is attending Jimmy'Andrews, son of Mr. ....... RM3 Richard St. John Thursday.
Buchhob High School and Mr. Mrs. Titus Olson Is visiting Kathy and Robbie Underill and Mrs. James L. Andrews, It Port Canaveral last Wed-
Broome is attending Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hawkins ,and Will Mendetta of the University and a senior at Furman University nesday where they were U. (j.g.) Barry Firth of j !
High School.Duplicate and family in Jacksonville of Florida spent the ; has been named to guests aboard the USNS Corpus Christie, Texas was DON'T MISS THESE BARGAINS
Wednesday and Thursday. weekend with their grand- two faculty committees in- Range Sentinel. home for the weekend.
Bridge parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.H. cluding the committee forFounder's
Mrs. Mary Beth Peacock Moncrief.Mr. Day activities in -
and daughter Debbie, of celebration of Furman's 150th
Club.Results Jacksonville were Sunday and Mrs. R.O. Dansby birthday and he is a student I
t luncheon of their advisor to the committee on
guests grand returned Friday after eight
Mrs. F.J. Shaw and Mrs. mother, Mrs. Bertha Pearce days in Montgomery, Ala. and religious activities. Andrewswill 1 1 1e
S.W. Hamilton were the Elawah, Tenn. graduate in May, 1976 ;
I winning couple at Duplicate with a B.S.: in Geology.mi .
Bridge Tuesday night. Tying
for second place were Jeff : '.
Wrenshall and Ed Wainwright
and Dr. and Mrs. J.H. Mine-
singer T Gy: Prices Good Thru Sunday, ,\
The club meets every Tues-
day night at 7:30: p.m. in the
Pratt Street Recreation Hall M. 5,1976w
and is open to all bridge family centers 1..

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have had as visitors, Mr. and '
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vis Hazen of Ocala on Sunday. wear. .

Mr. and Mrs. Tommy
I Hdlingsworth and daughters
: Julie and Elissa, visited Mr.
lot of looks
and Mrs. Rob Cason in Lake.- a INVITED' The Ali\
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returned Wednesday after a Tr
weeks visit with Mr. and Mrs. Terwi\\egar and
Palo Lucayo in Tallahassee.Dr. Cars
little bit of Hew \916
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attended the Florida Opto- 3915
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ri I Taylor Guilty. (from Page a)

G sr All Eyes Turn To Our About 15-minutes later, the but he could not be definite.
car returned by the same
: : route, they testified, this time QUESTION OF LEGALITYAt
with a blond girl between the this point, defense attorney .
FALL VALUES men In the car Barker contended that
Mrs. Root said the girl was the state had failed to meet its
crying and looked straight at obligation of proof of criminal
her as the car passed throughthe involvement in order to
1ht school speed zone where support a conviction in the
centers she was the crossing guard. case. .
When given several The legal term is "corpus
Prig. Good Thru Sunday Oct. 5,1975 photographs to examine, she delecti" or body of the crime,
pointed to Valerie's picture as which consists of identity of
fmiJffit L !O f D7 being the girl, saying, "this the victim, the fact of death
fJJPJiJru would be the girl if she had the and criminal agency in:
SAVE $1 PER GALLON IN STORE expression of this girl," volvement. The first two
U.S.301 SHOPPINGCENTER (minting to another,unsmiling criteria had been met in the
Starke, Fla. photograph). trial, but Barker argued out of
Ross, however, pointed to a that the state
jury presence
open Mon Wed 9 to 8. Sat
Thurs 9 to 9 Sun 12 to 6 PLUS REBATE different picture as being the had not proven criminal

girl he saw, when asked the element.
same question. "Each and every piece of
Other discrepancies in the evidence produced by the
LUCITE two witnesses' testimony state is circumstantial. Not
cmcerned the length of the one of the state's witnessescan
Frei ,_ girl's hair, and their exclude the possibilitythat
description of the driver of the Valerie Turner died by
car. Mrs. Root said the girl means other than by criminal
she saw had long blonde hair, means," Barker said.
) GREAT PAINT REBATE SALE falling just below the State's attorney Hebert
ae ill i I shoulder. Ross said the girl's answered Barker's citing of
hair was almost waist length. case law with some of his own,
Mrs. Root described the saying that courts had to look
LUCITE*' driver as having dark hair, a at a "common sense" standard
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long, thin face, and sharp of what caused the deathof
Excellent covering power 899 chin. Ross said the driver had homocide victims. He said
Lets you paint what you blond or light brown hair. that two slugs in the head and
think. Goes on fast, dries Valerie's sister, Kemball one in the back of Valerie
#13.867 \ fast. No stirring, no thin Johnson, had previously Turner could not logically
1.50 testified that Valerie's hair have been suicide.
Full power mobile 23 channel 1 ning. New easy-to-use can. was no longer than chin lengthat Although Judge Green ruled
operation! Transmits with F.C.C. $ 1 PER the time of the abduction. that corpus delecti had been
maximum 4-watt output power. 129\o 1 sufficiently proven Barker
Reliable all solid state circuitry. GALLON The Murder Weapon opened the defense portion of
Witnesses placed Valerie the trial with motion to acquit
Delta tuning. LUCITrHousePalnt REBATE with her mother, Bobbie Taylor on grounds of insufficient
Turner, and Patricia Marr at evidence.
Protects your house with a the hair style shop between Corpus delectl had not been
-; protective sheet that seals 8:15: and 8:45: the morning of proven, he said, no mention
'' Boy'sCHAMBRAY u.ctA' .............;;' out the weather. Built-in, $ Q99 Nov. 30, 1971. The bodies of had been. made of
t ;: primer: Dries fast. Water Mrs. Turner and Miss Marr premeditated design and Mr.
{ SHIRT W clean-up Easy-to-use GAL. were found shot to death Becton's testimony was in
around 9:30: and Valerie was direct conflict with that of.
missing for the next seven other witnesses.
Western I Styling in 100% San .: .-.- -- ----- -- --- --r -- r --- g months. Green denied the motion,

'forized' Cotton. Long Sleeves. Sizes 1 Valerie's skeletal remains saying that "evidence is
S, M, & LMen's COUPON were discovered near StarkeIn sufficient to sustain a verdictof
I a wooded area off SR-16 in guilty if it is believed.."
$50'C'ASH: REBATE IC 1972, identifiable only by
$ engagement rings she wore In summary Wednesday
I OFFER GOOD ON ALL GALLONS OF LUCITE PAINTS.PURCHASED BETWEEN and other personal effects. morning, prosecuting attorney
444 I OCTOBER 1 AND OCTOBER 28, 1975.QUARTS NOT ELIGIBLE. Pathologist Robert W. Klein Kenneth Hebert said

g PIMM Mn George Burley said that Miss the state was largely
n C \ 1. Send your ihn ntatt coupon disk with; -...... : M"MO (PiMMOrint, ) Marr was shot five times circumstantial, it identified
l I n_ end ddrcst (only ofw coupon u&._.. IT....,. twice in the back of the head,' Taylor so well "he might have
\' '\ $500 HMttod rtgcrdltu of gallon fLl.stir. twice in the neck,and through left a calling card," and the "
Sizes g 2. purchaMd.: ylar).................... or utl.tlaYIM.011 CoT" the left hand. Both .25 and .38 defense presented only an 'if
frontIon 01 Ilbltl fw.rA caliber handguns inflicted the and maybe' case as well.
.,110 NMm.1. (e.. lIulI..d, on .I''' 2'0'
nth)M pOOlol. purchntt. Quart .._ ...._...._....._.tler.M.rtt. .wounds. "The wounds were the real'clencher
not N'I.bI. -" .,. o.rrIeIfl.... ...
I r.aal.a a.el/rr"nmu"I.O .oru.I Mrs. Turner was'shot four to me. No two people
3. Will to LUCITE*GMI AT MINT aaA* .. .. .
J ottonti *MHtw* tei cimmvflotlMmtchfticMiv' ro'Muc d times like
three and shoot these
CANDY po.Bon NIOIrItIMAMM..PA I110MIMrr.6. wNr*o*rt KISSES I caliber: bullet wounds to the (Taylor and father-in-law
head and one .25 caliber bullet Sherman McCrary) 'shoot,"
--------- ----------- ------------- .
10-Ounce V through the back., Hebert said. -
Bag... t
Burley testified that all .25 Wounds to the eyes,.ears
80 Wrapped Pieces! TRICK BLACK ft WHITETELEVISION caliber: bullet wounds were i and central back areas of
o inflicted from the same victims positively identify
E weapon. Taylor as the murderer,
TqT r Upon examination of the ,;, N hlrr, 'K' '.' *-t All solid-state! UHFtfVHF. tunina'I .' remains of ,Valerie..Tucner. 'I the back, always close-range. .
-' Lightweight black & 'I DrKlein said that two bullets L J gray A were moved from the skull I the vertabrae, identified the '
cabinet. Swivel antenna.. which probably entered ''consistency( of irrationality'in
Printed circuitry..; through the victim's left eye I I Taylor's method of killing,
BAGHOLLOWEEN 75 Sq.: inches of 'viewable where skull impressions had I Hebert said.'
W t. I been made. Another bullet The 'zinger' Hebert claimedin
picture area. R ti was recovered from the ', his case was the license tag
( ; d vertabrae found, with the I presented! as evidence
1 $ skull. !Monday afternoon. The tag.
Each of these bullets was 'had been described lastFhursday "j
7999'COSTUMES fired from a .38 caliber by witnesses at the !
handgun, Burley said, but he 'shop that Nov. morning and ,
0 could not determine that they j had been found in a house in "
aEZ4 15022fi were fired from the same gun Texas where Taylor lived in
as the bullets found in the 1971.:
bodies of Miss Marr and Mrs. "The state made a case,
WITH MASKS Turner. I then found a man to fit it."
r t "They were each .38 'said defense attorney Jeffrey
12x Range: caliber, looked much the I Barker.
same, possibly fired from the Barker contended that the
Full-face vinyl masks with same gun," Burley said. 'state had failed to prove
.' Saf-T-C eyeholes, fame $ 9 7 A .25 caliber handgun found criminal involvement and
retarded materials., 1 in the bottom of Bobbie I premedication! and that the
+ I Traditional characters.' Turner's purse could not have 'state's only eye witness to the
i -
Children's sizes S been one of the murder abduction was not ,credible.
: ((4.6)),
m\r \ M ((8-10)), L ((12.14)). Complete i Klein ,stated Burley that said.similar I yond"The and burden to the exclusion of proof of

wounds to the backs of Miss very reasonable doubt is on .
Marr and Mrs. Turner act t he state, and they have failed
tually caused death, although t to meet that obligation," '
100 each suffered multiple I Barker said. -
1 Range: wounds. However, actual Failure to produce evidence
Rayon taffeta with Flame U.L. APPROVED' cause of death for Valerie .n the trial or investigate
I Sat vinyl fabric; masks Fluorescent Turner was difficult to wesible pieces of evidence at
] have Saf-T-C $ determine. He said that it he scene of the crime were
Favorite eyeholes. 177v appeared the bullets to the ited: as loopholes in the

Children's sizes characters.S-M-L. SHOP LIGHT skull could have caused death tale's case, Barker said. .

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October 2,1975 TELEGRAPH Pages

I Big Red' Meets Eastside. At 8'P.M. Tonight ( Thursday ) '

& ..
School STARKE Eastside High superlatives. Add all that to pound senior..They hold down As a sophomore Vernon caught one against BHS, V
should be undefeated the fact BHS
coaches feel
side of the Ram line Hurse recalled Monday night f,
the strong James was the Ram starting
the has final twice seconds been beaten before in every team Tornadoes wants to beat along with guard Don Frison, ,,. split end where he specialized "and it was a long one, arounuin
upstart who have
5-10 162 pound bombs. 80 yards."
a sophomore. catching. long He
finally recording its first win past seasons handed out The opposite guard Is Steve
last Friday,a 21-7 victory over their fair share of lickings, Brooker, a 160-pound 5-8 1,
perenially tough Palatka and the stage is set for the
junior, and tackle Andy Carr,
South. Bf1S-Eastside game tonight a 6-1, 185-pound sophomore. EASTSIDE GAME SWITCHED TO THURSDAYThe
Eastside is a tough, quick (Thursday, Oct.2)) at 8 p.m. at The center is senior Joe
football team Citizen's Field in Gainesville.
by ,Vernon James, a It all adds up to a tough Mullins, 5-10and_! 175 pounds. Bradford High School vs. Eastside High School foot-,

dangerous runner and passer challenge for the young, The Ram offense is made up ball game will be played tonight (Thursday,Oct. 2)) at 8 p.m.
upon whom Bradford High inexperienced Tornadoes who I / : of a superlative quarterback, at Citizen's Field In Gainesville.The .
coaches can't heap enough will be trying for their.second a good line, and a good back- game Is lilted In the BUS football schedule for Friday .
field, according to the BHS,, night but Bradford High officials learned Monday the game
scouting report. The team has actually been scheduled by Eastside for tonight. Buch-
runs the football ,well and boll and Live Oak are scheduled to play on Citizen's Field i
throws with authority.: The Friday night. j
offensive eleven has good BUS Athletic Director David Hurse says that Eastside, ;
Qrligrapl1 J execution.On Coach Rabbit Smith did not Inform Hurse when the changewas
,a made last summer. Hurse says the BHS-Eastslde
defense Coach Rabbit contract was signed prior to the Buchholz-Live Oak contract
Smith lines his Rams up in a and should take precedence. Hurse says Coach Smith '
six man line with a gap in the thought he had informed Nurse of the change, but had not. 'f.
i +.,. .' .. middle. A linebacker plays in The Thursday date) came to light when the local radio .'
: the gap, there is a monster station,WPXE,was making arrangement with Eastside officials :
Defensive back Jerome Reddish fired In time 16 turn this Pirate
SPORTSSampson up power play End man on the left side and a to broadcast the game. WPXE reporter Andy Dennon
Jay Godwin gets away from a Fernandlna block and Into the path of the speedy Tim Ledford. cornerback on the right, and Informed Bradford High Principal Charles Francis of the
:'10 two safeties. change. 't
of the and their times but couldn't the ball offense. Roberts; 5-11 and 170
victory season get .f The ends are London Coach Hurse says the game coming day early should not j
second Class 3A District 5 across. Live Oak intercepted a pounds,hits the hole quick and Bassett, 155 5-9, who is hurt the Tornado performance. Defensive Coordinator Mike
contest. Bradford's lone 6-0) Ram pass and marched for breaks off like a streak. He is described in the BUS scouting Sexton agrees, saying a lot of things were accomplished It
win over Buchholz was the the winning touchdown in the a 4.5'runner over 40 yards. Monday and Tuesday. The Tornadoes practiced In pads
first step toward the state post final seconds of the game for a Roberts Is also the Eastside report as a good defensive end Monday and Tuesday and eased up Wednesday when they
season playoffs. Tonight'sgame 13-12 win in Live Oak. punter.' who handles the off tackle worked In shorts and let up on physical contact. .1 t.JVGAMEPI.yedWednuday
City Homecoming will be a second big step Quarterback James, The other set back is CurtisJohnson play well, and Joey Carr, 5-10 .
toward the state playoffs the described as 90 percent of the small but really 172, who stays outside and is .
I Tornadoes are shooting for Ram offense in the BHS quick.Johnson doesn't run the hard to block. Because of the switch In the varsity game, the Junior
'. Price Landing (On Sampson Lake) "It's another big game for scouting report, is a constant ball much but is usually open varsity game originally set for tonight was played yesterday
Head Coach David when he does because the Tackles Joe Shuler, 185
us, says threat He is the main Ram run are afternoon(Wednesday Oct. 1)at4 p.m. The Baby Tornadoes
1 Hirse, who is hoping to have runner and a fine passer."A defense is keying on James. 5-10, who stays low and plays played the Gainesville High Junior varsity.
Sat. Oct. 4th All his Tornadoes prepared in great quarterback, the Split end Willie I Cun- good ball,and Bobby Thomas,
Day time for the Thursday contest. best runner you will face all ningham, 160 pound senior, is 220 pounds and 6-4, a big boy o. -"
'1 Hurse first learned Mondaythe year,". the scouting report the backup quarterback. He who hits hard and Is describedas
game would be played on tells Bradford players. has good speed and runs his a good ball,player.
Covered Dish Supper At 5:00: P.M. Thursday. He said he was not James, 187 and 6-2.has great pass routes, well. Tornado JV Loses 1-0 I ITo
notified of the Thursday game quickness.He ran for all three Slot back is Gerald Mack, a The guards are Greg
I FISH FRY last summer when the date touchdowns in Eastside's 21-7 5-9,155 pound junior; who has Snowden, 172 5-11, a smart '
was set. Buchholz and Live win over Palatka South last good speed, runs his routes ball player and a good guard, 1
Donated fish will be left at Ernest Allen's Store Oak will play Friday night on week, each run was over 45 well, and can catch the ball., the BHS scouting report says, .Knights In OvertimeSTARKE

I City Fish Meat Mkt. Citizens Field. yards."Stop. Mack usually runs the long and Billy Duckworth, 185 5-11,
Eastside beaten James and for the Rams. who hits hard and low.
was 14-7 by you stop pass routes : stays. the ball
moved before
I Everybody Invited Ocala Forest in the season Eastside," BHS.gridders are Biggest men on the Ram After playing a sion,
Eastside, however offensive front line are tackle The middle linebacker (is big, tough Ocala Van was snapped, incurring a five-
; opener. junior
andgot toldChuck Roberts who has Woodrow Wilkerson Richard Seabrooks, 170 5-10, team to a standstill the yard penalty. j
was on the one yard line a 255
Sponsored Smith of With the ball then in Tornado
By Hogan penalized and was inside great speed, has been a big pound junior at 5-11, and tight who steps up and takes on varsity gridders Bradford the
at the 45,
the Forest 10 yard line several help to Eastside Veer option end Elmer, Sherman, a 6-2, 218DOLLAR everything that comes his High lost a 1-0 decision last territory
way. Seabrooks really hits, Thursday night to the Baby BHS defense stacked up I
and covers the Ram line from Knights in the first sudden Vanguard fullback Mike j!
one end to the other, the BHS death play-off on Bradford Wrdpple after a yard up the
,scouting report reads. Field.A middle,placing the football on
Monster man Colombus heartbreaker after the the Tornado 44. A Jeffrey
Rollins, 160 5-11, is describedas equally tough Tornado team Norman to Scott Hull pass was
the best of the Ram backs had driven 69 yards only to ,incomplete on the Tornadoes'
n that play regularly. He is a fumble on the vanguard two second play..
good sure tackier who covers yard line, the loss evens the From the BHS 44 then
Bradford junior varsity at 1-1 fullback Whipple, a hardrunner
for the season. Vanguard all night andVanguard's ''i
his zone well. At the other '
is La James, 155 5-10, could never drive inside the leading ground
THURS. FBI. corner
SALE the brother, of quarterback Tornado 30 yard line during gainer, went over: left tackle 1
SAL. I MOM. off Tornadoes before itl:
Vernon James. Lo James is a regulation\ plaY brushing ,
solid defensive player.At The young Tornado offense Dennis Brown made the stop
didn't fare well after a seven yard gain to the
,yl r.- 'one ,safety is James as in the .,f
sudden death play-off in which B37.: \
who will hit
155 5-9,
w-' Wearny,
Bills' PILE JACKET' on
sportswear M 4 hard with a good sure tackle, each team runs four offensive Norman tried to pass
I scoop WITH $437r. another good, solid defensiveball plays, getting the ball Bradford's third play, was !
behind the line and
alternately. The team caught

"j- UDIES'.MISSES'POLYESTER ''i,' '"Ot """""""L ,y' CHAMBRAY I IwIM At player.deep, safety' Is Willis penetrating deepest into theopposition's nailed by two Knights.called But a ,.
KNIT"AMERICANA' 1 ooa abma se ate' most of the territory is roughing penalty was ,
: ..4 WESTERN "mkt ,. irtimft Montgomery hi 4ighfr-.-situations the awarded*, one point. >and the, moving the ball back to the
M N ,, % ; t jnuntft 4a.IU. Ottjfluarterbapk.iVeniw vfctorjtw! *'. '!Tornado: '40.; 'Vanguard'sWHpplewas
l// I V "''t I PRINTED'I r"r :5ain-es lor7ai' in"'at ':BHS wonflne toss of the coin hit At the line and '
shirts g Tsafety James "19"' a' smart .''for the chance to run the first;.,i-1/topped cold on"Vanguard'sa.

1idR, defensive football player, too, play.. Marvin Tyson got third down.
tops ilRLS'BLUEBENIN x Dinky Kilby caught a
Coach Hurse says. Hurse saysif nothing around left end on
JEANS .: he had James on his ball first down. On Vanguard'sfirst Norman screen pass but was
$344 V f' V club he'd play him at safety offensive play the Baby hit before be got past
and find another quarterback. Tornadoes, .feeling the ten- scrimmage on the BHS fourth
$4a oox'oobl'iiwuw Fei down, making it un
m necessary for a fourth
%" Vanguard play since the ball
Cheat from 3 oyo catching B| N
centennial' prlnU' ."Splrl/0176". t't.. "' v was resting on the Tornado 40
f t ..+ American Foals. or Llborty Bll. Y+'s ," t. .qc p 1"' '['[? 3 : with BHS out of downs.
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I Pirates Steal 9-8 Win From Tornadoes I

.........." .-. ... ...... .. ,. ... ..... .'.. .. ;.".... .. .. .. .. Pirate off return. DeSue dove for ,a
FERNANDINA BEACH A runs around either end"were Clark punted into, the
I quick, ex pi os vie Pirate eleven i. Fernandina's bread and endzone. yard. QB Prevatt was sackedfor
finally stole a touchdown anda butter on the touchdown drive Fernandina dug out one first a five yard line, and
field goal from the Bradford and the drive for the field down through the Tornado Prevatt's 14 yard run on third
High defense Friday night as goal. That power play got defense but fell two yards down was a half-yard short a
I Fernandina broke the game I Fernandina several first short of another. Trov Carter first down. Fernandina took
open in the second half and downs when the Pirates punting 34 yards to the BHS 27 over again on its own 46 after
held on to edge the Tornado needed long yardage. with running out in the first Clark's 30-yard punt.A .
gridders 98. Tornado quarterback 15 yard holding penalty
;,,1 t The game wasn't as tight as : Jimmy Prevatt was sackedsix half.On first down BHS pushed Fernandina back to
the score indicates, Bradford z times by the Fernandina mishandled the snap from it's own 31 yard line. On the
High's touchdown coming defense, probably the most center but didn't lose the repeat play QB Stockstill hit,
with only 17 seconds left, withno JI' any Tornado quarterback has football. DeSue got four yardson Jones,his favorite receiver, in
way for the Tornadoes to been caught behind the line in second down and Prevatt the left flat and Jones ran for
overcome Fernandina's nine' years. ran the end for 7 yards and 17 yards before Bradford'sJerome
point advantage. The loss i ) ''j It was the first time since first down. DeSue took a Reddish could stop
leaves the Tornadoes 1-2 to 1970 that Fernandina has pitchout 14 yards around left him. On third down Ledford
date for the 1975 season. The beaten Bradford High. Before end to the Pirate' 49 with 21 slanted over the left side and
Pirates, now 3-0, remain that, the records show seconds left in, the half. scampered for 20 yards before
undefeated. y Bradford victories over' Prevatt passed 10 yards to Reddish could push him out of
His Tornadoes played Fernandina back into the split end Jackson Prevatt on bounds. The two plays gave
without desire, without spirit, 1960's. the final play of the first half. Fernandina a first down at the
said Head Coach David Hurse Workhorse Beaver DeSue Fernandina kicked off to Tornado 32.Fullback.
after the game. BHS coaches gained 61 yards in 14 attempts open the second half, but the McGowen went up
expected a letdown after the lead Tornado runners. QB Tornadoes moved the football the middle for seven yards on
Buchholz effort.Fernandina Prevatt netted 32 yards in 12 Just two yards in three downs the final play of the third
drove 68 yardsin attempts, including the six and Jimmy Clark punted 26 period, linebacker Curtis
11 plays to score its touch- .O' d'. -_...._ ." sacks on which BHS lost 24 yards lo,the Fernandina 32. Crawford making the stop at
down, the first time the yards. Willie held the the BHS 25. McGowen hit left
Pirates handled the ball in the Tim Ledf ord prances through a gaping hole In the Tornado day night BHS linebacker Curtis Crawford, blocked' 0 the extra Things went Fernandina'sway Pirate's Ledford to two yardson tackle for six yards to the 19
line to score Fernandlna's touchdown from one yard out Frlpoint kick, however. first of the fourth
third period. Tornado from the start when the first down over left tackle. on the play
linebacker Curtis Crawford period made it impossible for rushing in, tackled punter ball, with only five secondsleft reverse by slot man Jimmy Pirates won the toss and Fernandina was penalizedfive period.There. >
blocked the point after to hold the Tornadoes to win the game Troy Carter on the Fer- to end the game. Jones which fooled the Tornadoes elected to receive. Ledfordwas yards for moving before''' the Tornadoes
the Pirates to a 6-0 advantagewith with one touchdown.A nandina one yard line. Bradford's defense, which several times Friday deep and returned the the snap on second down, and defense dug in tighter.. 'Jay
4:02: left in the third fired-up Pirate defense Quarterback Jimmy Prevatt the previous week led to 6-0 night, and a 31 yard sprint BHS kick off 29 yards to the QBStockstill was thrown for a Godwin did not give as Led
period. then fended off the Tornado carried around right end for win over Buccholz High of around the end by Tim Led- Fernandina 37. Tornado three yard loss on third down, ford tried right end for two
The Pirates contained the passing attack then fended off thescore, then threw a pass to Gainesville, contained the ford before the BHS secon- middle guard Scott Pooser back to the 23 yard line. It yards. On a hard drive the
BHS offense, and. on ,the the Tornado passing attack to halfback Jimmy Clark fora Pirates fairly easily in the; dary knocked him out of made the first three tackles of looked as if Fernandina was in Fernandina line led McGowen '
following Pirate series drove preserve the 9-0 lead until 17 Iwo point conversion, first half. But the Fernandina bounds. the game, stopping running a hole, but then came Jimmy up the middle for 4Mi yards on
44 yards to the Bradford 10 seconds before the game making the 9-8 with seven defense also contained the Ledford gained 100 yards in back Eric Higdon after runs of Jones again on the reverse fora second down. From the 12,
yard line where, on fourth ended. seconds remaining on the Tornado offense. Neither. 16 carries to lead all runnersfor three and one yards, then 20 yard gain and a first downat McGowen tried it up the
down and a yard to go througha The Tornado score came clock. team got inside the 30-yard the night. It was sacking Pirate signal caller the Fernandina 43. middle but Scott Posser and
stubborn Tornado defense, when a bad snap was BHS tried an on-sides kick line of the other in the first plays around the end power with Rick Stockstill for a seven Fullback Thomas McGowenthen tackle Marty Russell stoppedhim
they stopped and kicked a 20- delivered to the Pirate punter off, but Fernandina handled Ledford carrying which yard loss. took a pitchout around after two yards.
yard field goal. The 9-0 ad who was standing almost on that. Quarterback Rick half.Longest runs of either teamin the Tornado defense gave its BUS got one first down on its left end for 33 yards before he It was fourth down, a yard
in the fourth his goal line. Erie Biggs first of the out of bounds at short of a first, and Fer
vantage early Stockstill simply fell on the the first half were a 23 yard biggest problem. The power possession game, was pushed
but QB Prevatt was sacked for the Tornado 25. nandina called time out. Then
pj a three yard loss to kill that The BHS defense held for the Pirates came out and lined
drive. two plays, Curtis Crawfordand up for a field goal. Fullback
The Pirates moved 45 yardsto Jay Godwin making the Steve McQueen was the
the Tornado 30 in the first stops on Ledford.On third and kicker.
period, the big gains being a six QB Stockstill headed McQueen's boot was strong
pass interference call on the around left end on the keeper, and true from the 20 yard line.
Tornadoes which netted faked Godwin! out, and went 11 It put Fernandina ahead 9-0
Fernandina 15 yards and big yards' to the Tornado 10 with 9:36: left in the game.The
Jones' 23 yard run on the yard line before linebacker Tornadoes still had time but
reverse. The Pirates Curtis Crawford could come they would have td act
Lake Butler Farm penetrated to the BHS 29 but over to make the stop. quickly
Ledford was thrown for a two Fernandina ,was still \
yard loss by linebacker working the Bradford High Richard Lashley returned
Jimmy Clark who hit the ends for good yardage. But on the short Fernandina kick off 1
running back so hard the ball first down from the 10, from his 15 to the BHS 35.
flew loose. Pirate QB Rick Richard Lashley, from his DeSue got 16 yards on first
Stockstill saved it, however.On monster position, fired up to down, out to the 50-yard line.
fourth and three the toss Higdon for a yard's loss. Prevatt then went to the air.
Tornado line stopped Eric On second and 11, it was He threw to Lashley up the
Center has been Higdon for no gain. Jimmy Jones again 'on the middle but the ball went into
Jimmy: Prevatt ran for 21 reverse. Tornado end Willie the dirt.
yards on the keeper around Perry diagnosed the play
right end before the Pirate perfectly and tossed Jones fora On second down Prevatt
secondary could catch him. five yard loss. But Perrywas again,went back to but
Reggie Albert intercepted along called for tackling Jones Bill New and Dan Craig got
bomb at the Fernandinato by the face mask; BHS was through the Tornado pass
stop that Tornado drive. penalized halfway to the goal, protection and tossed the BHS
Fernandina got out of that to the 5Mi yard line, where the signal caller for a five yard
selected hole Bedford's 31 yard run, Pirates' still. 'had, I a. second l loss' On third'down Prevatt
as '- '" "'but-the iTosnadodefense' down y: 'I'' .'1n.Ledford ,tried a'screen pass'to De I Sue> ol
I your tightened'! and .stopped the then hit through left !but Daniel'Rhodes diagnosed
Pirates at the Tornado 46. tackle for 3Vi yards, Willie' that and stopped DeSue after
BHS dug out one first down Perry making the stop. three yards. Clark got off:his
I again on runs of four yards by Stockstill kept around the end best punt of the night, a 43

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I Union :. Tigers Run 42-O Over Chiefland Indians 1

Union High gridders rackedup ful third and fourth down the fumble for the Tigers at the 20 down Jackson went over right After driving all the way A short Union drive after way through the middle for good and Union*was in front L
their third straight win of Tigers punted from the 27 yard line of the Indians. guard for two yards and a first down to the three yard line the fumble recovery yieldedyet the final score of the game.Hazen's 42-0. Chiefla got three plays fft'>
the season last Friday night yard limo Glen Kemp took the ball on down at the 39 yard line, On Hazen took it on the option and another Tiger touchdown extra point run was off before the buzzer blew.'i\

against host Chiefland 42-0 in first down and went around the next play Hazen broke scored. The Whitehead kick when Hazen broke loose for a ..-

llx-'ir second shut out of the The Indians got the ball at left end for seven yards Then loose for 38 yards around left and the touchdown put the 24 yard score. The extra point Pirates Steal( jfa.*'. (From I' e 6)quarterback )
early season. the 49 yard line and drove Cummings first up the middlefor ,,end, but was one yard short of y Tigers in front 26-0 -with ::46 run by Jackson was good and ;
Tiger quarterback Danny down to the Tiger 38 yard line another six yards and a the touchdown. '" seconds left in the. third Union was in front 34-0 with repeat of the first down. On for a 6t! ''yard ;
llazen led in scoring withIlu'w before the Chiefland runner first down at the seven yard Jackson pushed up the period 8:06: minutes left in the game.: second down QB Prevatt tried l loss, back to the 26M! On third t
'touchdowns and one was stopped going around line. Then Kemp shook loose'up middle for the final yard and Two plays after the fourth for Lasley in the Pirate end- and fourth downs Prevatt was I
extra point llazen ran for right tackle by Billy Williamsand the middle for the scoringrun. Union went in front 18-0 with' quarter started Cedric' Chiefland got the ball and At the also sacked as the Tornado
scores on 10, 14, and one yard Union took over at the 38 The extra point attemptwas 6:32: minutes left in the third Warren recovered an Indian kept it for three sets of downs second zone Pirate last pass protection broke down. y I
runsandaddeduplol yards in yard line. no good, leaving the period. The extra point kick fumble and gave the Tigersthe and moved down to the Tiger Whitaker his Jeff Fernandina took over at its '.
11 curries foe the night Whitehead took the ball on Tigers in front 12-0 with 7:23'.: by Whitehead was good and ball at the Chiefland 43 15yard line when Calvin Addi- ball to deflect got it hand as on the own 28 with 2:16: left in the,, .
Sam Jackson was the lead the next two plays for seven left in the first half. the Tigers were In front 190. yard line. son recovered an Indian waited. Lashley The Pirates kept the
On third ,
down game. :
lug rusher for Union with 134 yards then Hazen hit White- Both teams exchanged the On first down when the :: STATISTICS fumble at the 10 yard line.A BHS from center the ball on the ground,and stalled
yards in 15 carries while head for 24 ball without scoring until the Indians had the ball Bennett LaSS Butlir ChlollondII snap was
a yard completionand
S7t mishandled but time. They were penalized
1'1..1) Down the Tornadoes .
teammate L.W. Cummings a first down at the Indian first half ended with Union in went for one yard over right Yard> Rutmna 107 drive boosted by a 28 yard recovered the football.On twice for taking too much time ;
ran for 67 yards in 10 carries. 31 yard line. Then Hazen ran front 12-0. tackle. On second down 110 1 Yards Passing 4IIS sprint by Jackson anda 21 between plays, then QB f,
The undefeated Tiger eleven around left end for four yards The third quarter was all Walker tried a pass and it was :: "on.lllo. 10 yard completion by Hazen and. fourth down and five Stockstill was caught for a 12

amassed 408 yards of followed by a rightend, sweep Union except for seven plays intercepted by Glen Kemp and ;-.. ,SCORe BY QUARTERS Whitehead moved the ball to from the Pirate :35f 'QB yard loss as he ate the football ,
offense with QB Hazen a by Cummings for six yards one of those a punt and the Union took over at its own 42 La" II 4 14 1*- the four yard line. Prevatt passed.to-'tight end rather than put it in the air. "
veteran signal caller, running and a first down at the 19 yard other an interception. yard line. CL, 0 o 0 0- 0 Then Cummings bulled his Steve Ernest' down the left From his 15 yard line Troy i
the triple option. The Tigers Chiefland got the opening .... -- sideline.The: ball and Jeff Carter dropped back to
line.Hazen punt
also dominated the game defensively went around kick in the second half as wellas
right ...Whitaker hit Ernest at the with 22 seconds left in the
with their usual end again this time for ano- the first half The Indians Win Firslr2 GameS same time and the Tornado game. The from centerwas
gang tackling. A speedy ther four yards then on second got the ball at- their own 37 Tigers I end couldn't hold on: But low bouncing snap on the
fhicfiand runner who could line and moved the ball
down Whitehead was held to yard Fernandina was penalized for ground, and Bradford's Erie'
have broken' away at any one yard. On third down Jack- three yards in two plays. On clipping on the play giving tackled
I time, was !stopped by a second third down the Indians tried a Biggs Carter as'the
son busted through right Over Interlachen HawthorneLAKE BHS a first down at the Pirate hesitated, apparently
Titfer hit if'not by the first. tackle for a quick nine yards pass but it fell incomplete and Fernandina 20 yard line with undecided whether to eat the

also Mistakes hurt the and Chiefland six fumbles effort. and a line.first But down five at the five off- yard Chiefland line. punted from the 40 BUTLER The Union out freshman strong line- Wayne Sapp, sophomore right 3:25: left in the game. bull or kick it. Biggs nailed

The win leaves the Tigers 3-0 yard sides penalty put a the ball yard backto Union took over at t the 13 County Junior Varsity Tigersare backer Joey Norman, fresh- defensive end Ray Hampton, Prevatt's first down' rifled him at the Pirate one. yard t"u
and! lacing: tough Hawthornein the tenOn yard line after being called for off to a good start, having man left tackle Tony Roberts, sophomore left defensive end pass hit Lashley in the hands line.With
shut out Interlachen 20-0 in sophomore right defensive Tim Crawford, sophomoreright 17 seconds remaining
a road game this Friday first down Hazen rushed a 15 yard clipping penalty. On but Lashley missed it. On
Hawthorne is 2-1 on the sea- around right end for four the first down Jackson busted their first game .and beating end Ray Hampton and sophomore cornerback Jesse second down three Pirate in the game BUS signal caller .
son. Chielland is 1-2 after the yards then on second down through left tackle for 12 Hawthorne 14-6 in their second left cornerback Willis Blount sophomore left cor- defenders New, Craig and Jimmy Prevatt kept around
ICKS. Jackson hustled through right yards and a first down at the game.Head. 'Jackson. nerback Willis Jackson McQueen penetrated the BHS end for the Tornado IJ"IJ"right '
tackle for the six yard touch- 25 yard line. Then he went JV -Coach Wayne Of course McLeod gave sophomore monster man protection and! tossed the touchdown. Then Prevatt ,
t'liiefland McLeod said he attention to the offensive Stevie Sirmones and threw to fullback'' '
got the opening down run..The extra point run around left end on the next was pleased special sophomore STATISTICS Jimmy "
kickoff at the 30 yard line aftera attempt was no good and the play for another 24 yards anda with the team's per- scorers sophomore left safety Jeff Andrews.For BHS FERNANDINAI Clark for a two point con-
10 yard runback by James Tigers were in front 6-0 with first down, now at the 39 formances, and that he's halfback David Blount and the game against Hawthorne First Down. II version, making the score 9-8 i
Beimell. After three plays the 11:23: left in the second period. yard line. ready for the game scheduled freshman quarterback McLeod made some 4Yards Ru thln IraS with seven seconds left in the .
Tigers had held the Indians Chiefland got the kick Whitehead was thrown for tonight (Thursday, Oct. 2)) Leandrew Pringle.One minor changes in his lineup. /t-IO-l.. Yards Passes Pilling Compl.l.d 1-4-0 It H r 1
and forced them to punt from settled down at the 26 yard' an eighty yard loss on the next against. Hamilton County at touchdown came when Sidney Jenkins moved from 0 Puntbtot Lost 0 The Tornadoes tried an on- ,
the:38 yard line. Union got the play but Cummings replacedthe 7:30: in Jasper the Tigers recovered a fumblein his left tackle spot, replacing 40 Yards "onoiliod 4> sides kick off but the Pirates
ball at its own 29 yard line. line. After three unsuccessful four yards on second Of the Interlachen game, the Interlachen endzone. Jenkins. Willie Smith took on 4-11 Punting Yardage sal handled it; Stockstill simply J :
plays against the Tiger down. On third down Hazen McLeod said the entire' .Offensive starters in the In the right halfback slot. SCOT by QuarternBHS 00 0 /-1 fell on the football on first "
Tim Whitehead got three' defense the Indians were was on target to Billy Powell defense did "an outstanding terlachen game were sopho- McLeod said he did not anti- PER. 0 0 S I f. down to end the game
yards on the first play up the faced with a third down situa- fora 12 yard completion and a job." more center Clifton White cipate changing the lineup for ..
middle then Hazen ---------------------------
pushed up "It's hard to pick one right guard Calvin the tonight.
tion at the 25 yard line. first down at the Indian 49 any sophomore game
the middle for another two Indian quarterback Jimmy yard line. ,person out" he said. Brown, sophomore left guard DAY CARE
yards. On third down Union Walker went back to pass Cummings went for nine If he were picking outstanding Randy Dukes, sophomoreright CENTER
was penalized five yards for when defensive end Billy,, yards on the left end pitchouton players, though, McLeod tackle Kelly Griffis, JV Game '
offsides. After an unsuccess- Williams\ 'recovered his first down then on third said he would have to single sophomore left tackle Sidney I FROM ARM BABIES

Jenkins Herchel, Holmes freshman, tight split ends end RescheduledBecause TO SCHOOL AGE i'(Ij I'

I Tornadoes who alternated every other CONSTANT CARE-
eren Mentally Preparedproved play sophomores Billy Wood- I
ington and Tommy Moore, of a conflict with 2 BALANCED SNACKS I ,
Tornado Whirl the Bradford
freshman quarterback celebra- NOW OPEN 7:00: A.M. TO 4:30: P.M.
The young, backing play has lacked he can do that, too. Leandrew Pringle, sophomoreleft High homecoming
were notmentally' offensive line of the Tornadoes consistency. Sexton points out "As soon as Jimmy Prevatt halfback David Blount, tion, next Thursday night, REASONABLE RATES I!
prepared to play. Oct. 9, the junior varsity foot-
broke down in freshman fullback Joey
simply blocking settles down and starts run-
the is
Football is an know emotional game If assignments BHS coachessay. Clark position who was new.a to defensive Jimmy ning that offensive machinethe Norman and sophomore right ball set in North Marion has WE WILL WORK WITH MOTHERS TO SOLVE ? j'

you and don as you t get yourself yourself.emo- It's that simple.All tackle last year. But he ex- way he did last year.... halfback Stevie Sirmones.On been rescheduled, accordingto THEIR PROBLEMS f'A '
BHS Athletic Director )
state tackle Tommy "Too Inexperiencedpeople defense for the Baby ( I
tionally ready..." pects Clark to be an outstanding many '
That is the considered opinion Edwards, a 220-pound 6-2 senior linebacker before the sea- in the offense have hurtus. Tigers are freshman nose David Hurse. North Greater Bethlehem FreeWill t
of Head Coach David played consistent offensive son is over. But I think we're going to guard Bobby Douglas, fresh- The game '
game. Coach Hurse says. it all this week linebacker Marion and the Baby Tornadoes Baptist Church .7. '
Curtis Crawford got in the put together man strong JoeyNorman
of how and
Hurse why the (
Beaver DeSue ran the ball Fernandina game In the Sexton says.OfCenslve ) freshman weak line- will be played ....' 96 OR1361'j
Bradford High Tornadoescame Hurse out. Full- Tuesday, Oct 7, at 7:30: ST. T ASH
hard points second half at linebacker and starters for the backer Martin Seay, fresh- p.m. 1101 CHESTNUT > ST
out one point behind the back Jimmy Clark blocked'well. played "a fairball Tornadoes tonight will be man left tackle Tony Roberts, at North Marion High near FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CALL 964-8866
Fernandina Pirates last pretty
Quarterback Jimmy Crawford rmnlngback Beaver DeSue, sophomore right tackle Ocala. : : ::: ::: If'I
Friday. The 9-8 win was the Prevatt played probably his game. will start 'I r
first over BUS for Fernandinasince best game to date Hurse against Eastside. Pooser will fullback Jimmy Clark, half-, ._- '- a.1! ., 6.Co'n .-..
1970. declares Prevatt appeared play some linebacker this back Richard Lashley quar-
"We could tell Monday it much quicker."I week to relieve Clark and ,terback Jimmy Prevatt, tight ,
'was going to be very difficultto feel we're ready to put it. Crawford.. Kenneth' Cruger end Steve Ernest, split' end

convince, them,they, were i all together offensively,:.;'b will be used to play middle' 'Jackson Prevatt tackles
going i to have a hard Lime fHurse said Tuesday night, ". guard to'relieve Pooser there/'Bobby\ Smith and Charles !L
Coaches remain pleased Reames guards David God-. datioA '
,against Fernandina' because Strong guard David Godsey s l '.
with the defensive and Perry Bryan or Led"Casey
they had just played a and tight end Steve Ernest secondary. soy #
tremendous baUgame against have both had a good week of Kenny Aycox Emmitt Bright ,and center Jeff Jockel.
Buchholz. practice, along with offensive Richard Lashley, and Jerome Defensively the Tornadoeswill
"They just thought the rest tackle Tommy Edwards. Reddish have all been playing start: ends Jay Godwin

of it would come by their just Hurse says he can also see a their positions extremely well, and Willie Perry with Keith
the field coaches say. Bright was Carter filling in; tackles
walklnf out on I lot of improvement in both
guess! sophomore offensive tackles named defensive back of.the Marty Russell and Wayne SALE

Hurse is the first to admit Bobby Smith and Charles week. >Scott and middle guard Scott
the Tornadoes simply didn'thave Reams. Key to the BHS performance Pooser. Linebackers will be
Clark and Curtis
offensive punch. After two days of practicethis against Eastside Jimmy
any tonight is the offense Coach Crawford. will
Kenny Aycox
"Wheni' a team scores nine, week, Coach Hurse says
points you ought to be able to that junior guard Lee Sexton says. be in the corner position, Continue fit
: Mustang
"Potentially we've got a Emmitt Bright in the monster .
beat them the
score 10 to 160 pounds will see action this
real ball club. and and
explosive position, Lashley
head Tornado states.Hanging week at the weak
guard spot. Due is capable of going all Jerome Reddish in the deep
is small but like 1
Casey quick,
the way. Richard Lashley has safety spots.
many BHS guards of the past.

t really The do Tornadoes that bad defensively did not 4 Double Wides Left .

in Fernandina, coaches fee Baby Reds Edged... "We're having to play an

awful much lot time of on defense.defense With its hard that Several locai'fans were him down. From the To Be Sold Before Our I

to have a shut out every timeout questioned after the game and Vanguard 39 the Tornado
," Coach Mike Sexton none expressed favor for the workhorse aga In'got the call .
points out.Noseman. new sudden death playoff and the hard-hitting Knight
Scott' Pooser and rule., defense knocked the ball loose I
the two defensive tackles "I might like it a little betterif but Tyson regained possessionafter Move To Lake City

Marty Russell and Wayne we had been on the winning a three yard loss. ,
Scott, are the top defensive side" one man candidly Norman then passed to
J performers on the BITS team stated., Kilby, the first Tornado

now, Sexton says. Scott was Neither team could mount a completion of the game, for 13 t4.. ";
named defensive lineman of sustained offensive drive in yards and another first downat w4<

the week. the first half, both defenses the Vanguard 29. 1915
From the 29 it was first 1975Capella Holly Hill
"These three people have proving effective. A 53-yard .: '
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coupon practice Monday. Against yards to the Vanguard two to Hull for eleven
and of .
a Sylmar Eastside, Carter will back up line far the most yards to the two yard line
yard by
Spray Cone, Body Powder
Creme Fragrance ; : "Willie Perry and Jay Godwin serious scoring threat of HJjI making a determined run 1975 Holly Hill 48x24 2 Bedroom With Porch Skirting

: ,Splash,or other, : Godwin Sexton, says is either team all night. But for the extra'yardage.. ,;
_Merle Norman cosmetics.' becoming i a good defensiveend. fullback Kenny Norman never Vanguard fumbled Tornado
Only at your' He had a good perfor I got possession of the ball on a tackle William Hayes Full Carpet. Was $12,995 '
4 4 A
: MERLE nORmAn : mance against Fernandina dive oversight tackle from the recovering, to give Bradford $ AC' Before Our
and is Improving each week. two The ball fell to the groundand High another chance to score
: COSMETIC STUDIO. : Perry's quickness is... his Vanguard's Glen Norris from the Knight 26. With 3:25: Will Sell For I I yO f 9 '
: Movetl'A
: STARKE': ,: biggest 'asset. Sexton says. fell on it at the two. left in the game, four Tornadoes -*

: 117 SouthThompson : Perry is improving steadily; Marvin Tyson got the initial passes netted only six .' .
and seems to come up with- the'big first down on the drive as he yards and BHS again had to.

: : play. broke., slid- through or, give up the football. ;;\ 1975 .Eaton Park
Sexton expresses diiap. otherwise avoided Vanguard BHS then had Vanguard .

.. Olfar' tuppHm good dirou.Un*..October.pwtMpMIng 3L W7S.HudlM.orwhile ... ,pointment in the performance tacklers on a 32 yard run over "r deep In Ocala territory, just 60x24 Bedroom Full Carpet
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R.dMfTUbM r ltiiMolpurduMOiilli) of the Tornado linebackers In right tackle the Vanguard' inside the 20, but a booming 50 ,
.................. the Fernandina game. Line-' safety man finally'dragging yard punt which rolled to the '
Total Elect. Dishwasher Stainless Sink
Bradford 14 yard line got ; .> ,

Vanguard out of the situation. ishwa skier Double Oven
'f Garbage Disposal ]
BHS had but 55 seconds left ,

2)icl' {J."nini Norman when they'went took to over the air QB Now Before Move ", \

completing two of four ,
-- passes '
BUILDING: CONTRACTORSt.t. on a 46-yard bomb tQ Dinky : Was 16,195 15,595

; rL'.Pft/;.J Kilby who was caught frombehind' .
'i. after he caught .the H t
''CUSTOM.. 496-2185 pass on the fly. ,t Ho Trades On These Prices I

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HOMEScoNsrRUCtION' 0 taws 1 .&, ,.
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COUNTRY HOME CENTER \ LAKE BU MTp.tM C.ms.. .. = 1650 N:. Temple Ave. ,Starke, 964-7212: ; l
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By BtUatotk saves Waa.r -

The NAACP Membership
Program will be held at Plea-
sant Grove All interested October 12 citizens at 8 tr TBJU'aWtim\jji"' !.OWII-'1 '-amJmU' :I'C e -% ,-I mflt1 U i. 0-B3*11tIl1 1 ,-l mttm.JIiJIJrw..' I"iI
p.m. "
and members are invited to I I II ''II I I I II I I I
attend. New membership are PACK OF 1O GILLETTE 18 OZ. IIWOOLIIE.I I

welcome at any time. I I I! I I I I COLGATE I I
11. .
Adult Basic Classes are ll ; LIQUID
I .
Monday offered at and old RJE Wednesday School j I BLADES I I MOUTHWASH I I TOOTHPASTE. | I II

nights from 7-10 p.m. All In- Sill pic.reflects 10' *H label M* 1 FINEWASHABLES
terested adults are invited to I 12-Hour relief I I Pack of 9 Twin bladeshaving I'' SALE PRICE REFLECTS I I 1' Ift-ml taupe Silt price without I
cold capnttoa. n cartridgei.
k 61'Limit
and attend for self caNee
improvement for a diploma or 1 4 (' .11 Limit 1 11 18o OFF 11 5 Or. Limit
for a better job.The opportunity t;.$ R LABEL REG.

Is here for you.CHURCH NEWS. 93 C 'RL__[ i I I 1 29 ? I I I I 59 94'


Rev.ML Granville Pisgah AME Reed,Church.pastor. I l --l r.II"l- l I Il *
) till.imil S.I IllleaaaBa
Service schedule as follows: Coupon Wmd lhu Snl Ont 4th 1.5." / ( I 'CII".I''K.a", Your1| {Inns OCI I 9------
Church School at 10 a.m. Communion \______..::_'ftI \_____ \_____ =e eBBBBB_awJRiH_ ,
service will begin at
11 Greater a.m. and Bethlehem 4 p.m Free- ,- c. :, 1J 1hJfJ (J on -, '-lB'ImJt1cWJlP7mJlJt' IIl -' '-r rm '_ '-lP'Itrml' lIIlUJI

will Jasper Baptist Williams Church pastor Rev.Ser I COVER GIRL I I BARBASOL 1114"x14" REVERSIBLE DOOR I L'OREAL :'ft(\Urn*, I II I FANCIFUL I

vice night Weekly with schedule service Tiny Tots began as rehearsaland follows Monday: I 199' MAKE-UP Made.by Airt.ihadai Nozema. 4)I! I I 39 SHAVE CREAM ular 11-oz or.Can.Menthol.Reg C I II|' MAT 99 C .j jiiiiltmt I HAIR 09 CONDITIONER I With 16-oz.Proteinand Bottle. I 1189 1 !i Heady. _RmsiPj. I

Tuesday. Usher night Board Prayer meeting Meeting I Limit 1. I Limit 1 'II I ,Rag. 1" .II I Limit Thickenon. 1. 1 I T..s11-.1.1.. arCuupnn 1 I
i Wednesday night Senior ,
,.. .. l..h
Choir rehearsal Thursday .... ((.Illlll Illlll Sal (III ) .... <1.5: ( III! Itll I I ... ... < iituil| this S il Or! 4ltt / .... (rnuninl: I.III'.S.ii Out din tDLH M 'i ;JcJMEfc a.: C".od'.US..O' | l < (
night (tonight) the Ladies will ______m. ______ ._____ _-----l ..:: = IfII1' _____ -.
meet.Friday night the Prayer
Band will meet. Dinners will -
be sold from the kitchen.Sun _
I /
day services will begin with I '
Church School will begin services -

11 at a.m.9:30.: Dinner Morning will serviceat be VO-5 ALBERTO I T BUFFERIN 4

Holy served Communion at 12:30: p.m.and A 6 p.m.foot I II 44 DRYER REG. 690LIMIT : I .1
washing service L TWO t
New Hope Baptist Church HAS SPRAY 1 TABLETS
C thtu Sal Ocl 4ilt
Rev. L.W.
Mosely pastor. .-----_::
Service as follows: Sunday 1 Bottle of 100 Tablet Fait _9UFFERl
16-Ounce Can. All .
services will begin with types available.The Nk. .
relief from heedechei
am tootht
Mini Plus for _. nufAnat
church school at 10 a.m. I I proved holding.Hairspray Limit 1 im I gm&gBM I giB achea Limit 1 Pleat*.
Morning service at 11 a.m. I Mn-v pAr!. .. 4
Communion service at 3 p.m. 99 I TIMER
The public is invited to attend. ,. L: II l

Grove ML Morlah United and Methodist Pleasant I I /mum/ ILICTRIC INTIRMATIC :.:yd;: I

Parish Rev. Willie Stitt, _
pastor Services will begin at Coupon/.....thru SiI t.Oct 4ih I TURNS AND OFf'LIGHTS. ON Coupon oootf Ihiu SM.Oct 4lh ECKERO
Mt. Moriah with Church '' I- REO.C as I '
School at 10 a.m.Morning service _ 'SI ....v i i i Coupon purl,Ihiu S il Ocl 4th eiaiM! J t i! _ .
at 11 a.m. At 3 p.m. The ._----
United Methodist Women will
meet All Women are asked to '-lI1WmJ flP'fmlfllI' {( -' ,-mnl1" -' ,- ;11J., ) f1lIfJOf/ ,- JBWT/Tlffi/
be present. Choir for Mt. I'
Third Morlah Wednesday is held each night.First and I STAY FREE 'i.AM LYSOL ''II I I SLIPPERS HOUSEHOLD '. I II I COMBS FAMILY PACK OF 12 I.# I II I FLAVOR HOUSE 7 OZ.
Pleasant Grove United MIXED
Methodist Church: Service as I Box of 10 Ab 'I I "11Ht'' I I Double Knit 1 Family comb-. I II I 109
follows: Weekly services !torbent padi't : or Terry scuffs A ination auort-
began with First and second 39( for carefreeTdayi.Limit ''V! 16 oz.-Reg.. 69o 111 1 166 In Ant.: .colors 1129 t ment of combf NUTS e

Monday the Junior night Choir rehearsal at 7:30. Tues for I One. __ 'II I4 52C Limit 2 I ', & tuai.REG. 2.19. RED 790 I DRY ROASTEDVREQ........3
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j' ,, ,
.day night,Tiny Tots rehearsal-., ,.... '.w 11s>)1'I''I'''; al''Ipr!'j'S'IJ\Ii\1\! 1,,,4Ih 1 f.: ...' Copal good thw S. Oct 4th' I Co.n.od'h.uS.,, Oct 4llI &.. _- Ocfri 4lh 1 .... Cou..n..KftllruSIlf'Oct.'h I
__ ____ .---r- .,
i il ..
a;iJ\\ at 6 P-n,I JNjsfciesday Pjrayeif! illll li ..--- IfII1' --- ....___
Meeting. vfp>rsday night,1Bible I
Study at 11 p.m. Sunday- lfIr1ff ._ i, Ilil )if"l.IlPO() '-lPJmIf I j:. '-'JmI1I11(9 vP..IIIIII'!

Church Morning services School service will begin at at 10 11 a.m.with a.m. I IICIIID,14-0U.U O. I II I CUTEX ) I II I 'HOLIDAY I I WOODEN ..1 I STRAW ,

Visitors Communion are always service welcome at 4 p.m 14-oi.Bottle. I II I POLISH REMOVER New pleatantlycanted.. "\ 1 FUMIGANT_ SET RELEASE- (11 CAMP WITH CANVAS I:!' """ I WHISKBROOM 66 I
159'' 3 types 3oz.Bonle. 99 GO SHOPPING 144 SEAT. r
c. Rag.88. 29 Limit 1 L V 'Aegte'
Allen II
Church Greater Rev. R Chapel.G. Heastie. Limit 1 I 4.49 LIMIT 2 REG. 1.79 I I L ,
pastor. Lovefeast service will ... .. Coupon aoori thiu gal Oct 4ih :' '. Coupon good thru Sa l Ocl 4lh 2 1 ... .. Coupon oooa inru W.ucl 4in 1 ... Coupon good Ihiu Sat Oct 4th I .. Coupon food thru SI .Gel.IM I
not be held this Friday night. ._____...::- --- -- -----I, / ._-----w/
The pastor will be attending a IfII1'J
in Orlando tfrrm -" __ .o' '
planning meeting ja> ___ -
Friday Sunday and service Saturday will begin Oct.with 3-4 aVI / 1 I I ..' I"FIO *IPIIINII I ,
F1iii .
Church School at 10 a.m.

Morning Communion service service at at 11 a.m.5:30.: BLANKET I' ( .$499J,

New Bethel and Ebenezer I
Baptist Church, Rev. Leroy DEODORANT PANTY HOSE ._
Davis, pastor. Weekly services band ,_CaapwlpodMraSa.OcL4M I II i
+ will begin at Bethel with ----
Prayer Meeting and Bible I 2.5.Ouncei Bottle. Keep you I No.200 for extra\long wear. riI I
Class combined Wednesdaynight dry.Stops odor for 24 hourl.- ar' Reinforced OMlMV.,.... I
at 7:30.: Sunday service Limit 1 Bottle 2/ Sheer eandalfoot.Reg.9M
} will conclude with. Church i 77*. ; I I'SCRUB I: '. 99* Limit 2 Pair ",
! School at 10 a.m. BTU at 5p.m. .. "":' 0.
I A i PANt
.: I f ? I I .I
Ebenezer Baptist Church. I ;.. .1 ...-' /
Weekly services will begin Coupon Wad tha set.Oct., 4th HAJHHem.. Coupon pod mu Sal."".4th '
with rehearsal for Choir No. 2 ... .. ., ..
Tuesday night at 7:30.: Thursday .L. ..!::. al.-.. !'*' Coupon food IMu Sal Oct 4ihI .
night Prayer Meeting and \ -
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4 Bible Class combined.Sunday ..
Church services School will at begin 9:45.: Morning with.- ,- % mnl1 flJUll.- Il \//llh/: / /" "" //lflt I1 ;JI/ "hi., ",mJltlll -, ,-
Evening Worship at 6:30 p.m. 'I'fj TOOTHBRUSH TRAY I
P a k ... III 1111 kfilUSABLB> CLOTHS ASH '
The Association
was c.I.'I. .' FILTERS
a Ifsnla, .1111
success last week.The pastor 1 Medicated hand .:..::';.._ I I Choice of Hard I I Pack of 10 wiping ? ,.. ,, I Safety. I I CUT &
p officers and members are'' lotion.Helps pre or Medium dothi.Ue over& .J* tray.. FIT.I .
greatful to all who helped to 7:3: vent dry chapped vI 19't briitlei. Limit 1 '; !44 ,1i make it so.AnUoch I handi.Limit 1 II I 'II I "-Limit.2 Packav I REQ.Sat.. 190 I.l LIMIT 698 c 2 I

Missionary Baptist ---Canton good. thru Sat Ocl _4th I ... ... Cou""n""od"" Ihfu Sjl Oci.'h I &.. : COU'h.u..t.Oc''h I \ toupon'pus dire. .Pet<'hj nLlL|r .. ; '
Church Rev. Dennis Strong --- .----- .----- ----- f'&sS .---'Si1iJii fI1Imnf
/ Church School at 10
ass pastor.each Sunday.. Pastoral '- !1I'i.1ImMltJ"tWJ! 1: -" ,-ommBar&imi: **-" ,- -, ,- ,

Sunday Day Revival each in Second each started month.and Monday Fourth I! Q-W: I CAPRI j I II'I'VOR': I II I ZIPSIDE.sonSIDE I II I w"tTwt oft a Au.:1:1

night through and Oct. 4.will continue I! I I FLOetAL I I I II| LUGGAGE II I KMTTTMC I
of October is Fam- COTTON MORE
ily Day:Baptism will be held I, :f11 I I II'' SOAPftoota. I :'PA.E.MOLDEDHNDL., I YARN .
1.-DuMeBo..TiltY I
October Sunday October 12 j sw ABS .. ,. .... ,26" I I
budlllunCintofr. ,.,.. OR 29" ..
Samuei of Jackson- 1,1 L>o- Ivory. .h..it
Rev.ville preaching will In be the In Revival.charge of I Bonus Pads of 110.Limit (}!-I I II I .Smooth._hi Softenl.bath weter. 't '.. -.. II I .....4 forjtUfi.tt4.tarf "' I I I .a.....IGULAR....Laten fssMm 1.3.,' .',: I

'Smokey Says: I ) : I I Umrt; :

> 37. 1/39c ., 1'288 884' 'I'' i

HERBTHEVCQ4...WATCH OVf EVtJiy/OCMr AGSN! I"" I .- II I : ,Lknlt.II. i
: .
17.99 2 ,
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Coupon food thru Sat .Oct 4lh Coupon pad thtu. Sal Oct 4th( 1./1; Cousia 1 pd ", u'"JOCi:41 __CotafMNi yowl.Ihf n 8M..Oct-4iti r .Y ; "" ':
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I r1Mr. Film"Prints : KCKERDSFAMOUSprinl d k m

PEOPLE TRUST ECKERIVS FOR Geto".xfro..tef'' .' :. .-'"
l (MTifilc with wary poll !IMAM yell" u'

QUALITY PRESCRIPTIONS i block end of white color flies ori ....d.rdq.d Pflflfftf;fenrY 01d fVV
of Kooocoior
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9r ::O13T Q S--VEI/r Joins Terry GF Gaines Staff

: l' p cuvy.
d Terry A. Gaines ion of
: Mr.and Mrs.L..M. Gaines of
___ Starke ,has been hired as ,
.. assistant branch manager '
r- -- for Guaranty Federal Savings
and Loan.
rmIfJMI6t.W : r-= A 1975 graduate of Brad,
I CREMORA' Ill attended Lake City Community -

I FACIAL I I INSTANT NONI Cremora'' ,'' COFFEE I SYL VANIA I II I CARDS | E.I. DuPont College de and Nemours workedat

4 ( N I DAIRY CREAMER 'r I MAKERI iJMAGICUBESlSylvania'i ) I Ira before at Guaranty accepting Fed-thepeelUon
22 OZ. JAR jral
..... II Ij )111 REQ. 39' m\S\ [ f3T\\ I Gaines, 20, Is married to
I Jy. Blue Dot Cubes work like magic
Bolt.i of 200 2pty Ihe"". i .. I 8 cup; capacity. Safety glass I I I without batteries. You get three cubes and I I 4 1 FOR the former Vicki Williams of
o = Reg. 49' L container. No. 5130 twelve flashes. Starke and attends the First

t / *'/ REG. 09 I 9 9.ri J 'I I II Baptist As assistant Church branch of Starke.manager -
; r 1 Gaines will be taking
\I J2/69< I I 1 1.49 One LIMIT",, I I I.2 2 Reg.27,99i -. I 139 ana I 99,. I office and processing and operations.assisting loan in applications branch-

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... 1111 hp Ilrl IIn m__ coupon good thru Sal. Ocl. 4th BROOKERIN
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,- /-_ -11!!(A.! a;r f'"1" '-Jiffi'/If111CI6WJJ it., /lift. !; "" / : '-DI'IlIIIj! e """ 1 Jeannette Prescott :M'


I You hundreds a ,1: ; !; ; bride-elect of Clinton Sellers,
II J: I I ol lights. Asit colors, I II 1 PACK Flathlightn I J It'I I IT / Linen, covered ... I / 126 Cartridge. I was honored with a
1'79 OF batte..el. B binder Atlt. .. 4IPh.j 112 lingerie'J t
I I Reg 1 49 2 4 4 r.. OF 189 exposures..Reg and miscellaneous
't: Reg.74t I colon.Reg : 3// 99cMINUTE.3 SIXTY 1.25 .
II I II I 2.99 REG. L 49 I II I I Tuesday Sept. 23.at 7:30: p.m.

Ii' nv:: 1,1.8.;, ;, ,, 11 on. 4iii'' Li /1/ ___ ." xNN' .. ,M,,,.;s.i on tin ( ( 11 ___ /,,, nV__ "Kiiiiliiill' ,".nil.' tin ii ;C ----- \t----_---=: =-/ ---Dieu.ittt./=: \----- / ----- ---11 were Donna ,
Tolleson, Pearl Mott, Kim
.. '-l 'Aftm"J.J: -' Hodges. Malene Wells, Patsy
.a 1IIfIff __ _. r flW""' Outlaw Sandra Edwards, :
", ." 7U1 I MAYFAIR CASSETTE I 1 I / Betty Hayes, Doris Kelley, I
RECORDER Dolly Harrell Rose Mott, Mildred 1'I ,
g Harreh, Mary Jane
I k A Built in conX Green Linda Cox, and Helen
REYNOLDS I | denier microphone I TEXAS INSTRUMENTS Sm tho

I S I la Reg 24.95 J I TI-1250 MEMORYCALCULATOR ---_' many Miss useful Strickland gifts.SURPRISE received j'.,
a 710 OR 400 DC
: ALUMINIIIbOFOIL &:: <:iiiiiMiiimn.ii, t Him s it 1111 tin1 ::-rI
...- \r----_C-r: / -
.1' ....- I I _.- PARTY :
r: Great for roasting corn on the par Full function keys memory to -. Mrs. Eva Harrell was (I
'' 2 cob or meats of all kinds. ....: '-.l ta'4.JJ s e -, store and recall numbers.! Percent -- honored with a surprise birthday ,
l Makes an excellent cookie sheet. \ r--_ 8 8 key.Automatic constant.. supper recently at the ,
; Reg. 394 Limit 2 boxes. A I VAN WYCKSLOW I Full.floating decimal Change --= home of Mrs. Cora Lee Stal- ,
COOKER 18 1 jign key 8digttdisplay shows -. naker. Mrs. HarrelPs birthday
I I ,; C I I negative. sign. Operates.from I was Sept. 18. Woody Hil-

I 1. 5 6 ., s I I 9f 9 A 4V4-Reg Electric!:! Qt 1499CnuiuinqiMiililini capacity.cook,pot. .' 1I I 9 volt battery Reg 21.95 Fy I the derbrant supper.of Quincy attended !'.

11rIx411411" S il '

,. : ________ (let 4lli ______ '- 'III' I___ ,, si "1111 1,1 :I !I '- _On 4tn 'IIIIf' Rev.NEW and Mrs.ARRIVAL Jimmy Countryman ,t
\----_---=:---/ announce the birth of
a daughter. Cynthia Louise,
: nf flit-"I t 1'I'.JJ'I'! : 'Afm e I r -, /a .JJ a ., '-IP7"," II lUI5TYRO -' born Wednesday, Sept. 24.' /

STARTER. r." W.A.. Bishop of Mobile,
I' PAK OF I ,1.Qt. Can For I '. COOL I mm m g 1.Gal. liquid ferti. ".J, I I m 5ltrength.K"I.an\(\ recently) with Mrs.Pearl Mar- I \
a felt fire No COMFORT- / Inn Baer in plastic' 38 I FIFTYREG. 48 odor. 8 8FOOTSIES C Reg. 2.49 Limit 1 m 991%R*> 89*Limit 2 I I. with her brother Morston
soot or
57 II I Reg 66 II I ABLE REG 1 1.19 .1'I I I II I IS.1 Jordan, In. Keystone Heights.

,..... LIMIT.., TWO Limit..1. II Mrs. Mamie Hodges ;
!* .... ""? II. U 0"l llh ___ /1/x..xllnlnNl' ii" Sll lilt till ___ 11ud. IIIIN11| .1 111,1.1 S It III ill) I IVW :' ___ 1'xlnlxn.usN11111N hatrl' llhI ... 1I: Ilxll'NxNI 111111541' Ort 4th .returned home with Mr. and '
.< --iREDEg NRB r illlrtw---/ -----_ =: =-- ----- =: --- --t-ti Ilttlt .:--- ---- Mrs. Evan Hodges. We are i,
'iglad. to have'her home: Mrs. .
I CKTX2K2 ORTHOPEST 1 -f" Limit Two; ',' PLUS SiPOUND BAG LEPAGE'S II Archer.her daughter c. Mrs. Rain, In
; 116- z ; II II I I I II

I $144121 I I REPELLENT 7-oz.size Keepl.. .. I II I 5Pound.B.g 94' see "I I I %" x 1500 'tJ l'I I FLASHLIGHTZ'I the wishes love to and thank help given she.for I
moequitoee from Reg. / 0 Ft. : and her husband, Pitt, during
I < i biting "... 1.19 58 i Limit; 2 Bags. .. 1.'Jl0 Limit 4 ( ; their recent Wnesa."
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ilr II-CON 11 I I Limit 2 1 I .. I Reg. 39cm II i iI' Mr. and Mrs. Paul Prescott

Y ,, ,, .. ,, .. '.. ., 1 1B. and Johnny visited their
.. HUH Sit (lit 4ih __
__ Mini '
i INn1Nnn11111 i ( Salh) t -lili I:miinm iu"ul II.,11 S. Ort! AU L Inuuun Man/ Him S H III t It') IHIIHIII ntiitoit"|tii>tl'ihiu so Oct dih mother Nellie '
---- \----- / ----- ,----- \E.f -------=:. and Pringle ;
other relatives in Lake \C
land last Saturday and Sunday
ClmIll1dlI Sept. 27.28.BRIDiLSHOWER.

1, 1 1 1 i1 I HELMAC ,
C Miss Sue Johns, now Mrs

I CHARM T'""'"'rr. i )11 I SHOE 88 I ISYL V /", I with David shower a Stalnaker miscellaneous on Sept., was IS honored in bridal the I 1

.. I -SHARERS I Brooker Hail.Hostesses tist Church Fellowship
.. L/IWll/llgIINI; Him S,M' <)i.t. 4Ii| LIGHT were Lucy Edwards
DISH ( .----(-- / ILEMON,1 I Louise Wood Edith
I I I Melvin, Grace Barry, Ilene
( ,.2" ; Lewis, Dolly Harrell, Theo
for 1 00Couiion
I : mrKNN: ::: 4 / Dyal Ethel Douglas, Virginia
COURT 'I 100 r Crews and Jannie Hayes.
t, ) TENNIS BALLS 'I The Johns-Stalnaker wedding
I 264 I BULBS & was an event of Saturday
I Heavy duty championship I night, Sept. 27. We wish them
REG..49 19 quality tournament I many years of happiness
I 2 balls Yellow I together. Sue's mother, the
._ Ctluixmfoml Ort 4th thru Sit I "sales Rap 2,67 Oct 4th good thru Sal former Nina Lee Croft, and I, to

.' _,1\ _ _- '... I;.""..ill. onudlllm, 1 Sit _Oi 14111... _ the Clemons former, were Jeannette children
---- ::--- together. Our families were

,- :'II.llt. : -, ,- -IP'Im' WJtmdamm nq.WJUUdrIP'"lrmq\\ very close.

FfcNewtoni '
ai I .18-0z. ;!,; II I 112-ox.Baglof. I I Choose e siie. I With wire hang. I ax.I .
P or''%-: 4t ej *1st.Candy. :\ to fit your For homeR !O=:- 1 AREA NEWSby
1.59 13.... Nut :99e .. II'OUR99 I Ik I ,ter R..7H Butter., X41. ; 'II77 I I IRtg I i Limit g. 1..2 49 I I I 87* J Josephine.Fontaine
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in HamptonCity
I I II II I I II I I I + RIDS be kept Hall open on the second and

I I. LIGHTED DIGITAL .11| 1 LUBRITE I I SPINNING' ROD & .11 I Igem COMPOUND White caulking lf I I 9Vi" Bell for 81 I month 10 a.m.,beginning until noon.Oct.Anyone 8,from
MOTOR OIL! I in e cartridge. 1158 I beech or yard looking for a Job is urged to
') |I. 'CLOCK .T420 I I 1 II 1 I REEL COMBO I 3 8', Reg.. 65' ,fun..R..88. use the facilities of the office.
i High quality -non deer ,_ 6K-Ft. 2-piece.tubular Fiber II 1 Limit 2 I I Limit 1 / I The. office is being set up by.
1III Empkiyement
oil. Resist carbon. _I 1 the Florida State
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I given away Sunday September
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limit 2 I Citizens Club will meet ,
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m Caution grand Ihiu Sal ,Friday, Oct 3, at 7:30 .m., at
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I 'You've Got To Live with Your Conscience' !D!\VjjWUmi( !!\ [ ) !!\\IIWi\[!1) [ )!!\' f\ fflff fflCE! 'jj'iJ1i:1111DfiJ{ : a{ 1 1I I Ikl

Green tossing In a
In the "good old days," After a slip of the tongue, Jude word like "em-
It's a new breed of lawyers lawyers could be heard appealing remarking that his words perlcal," and Hebert (who
these days. their cases at least were becoming as scrambledThe Incidentally looks somethinglike

low key voices of the half a block from the old as the letters printed across an understudy for Edgar.
I State's Attorney as well as courthouse on Call Street, and the back of court reporterthedefenselawyerintheCarl Allen Poe mutters under his
several cracks in the court .. Virginia Jean Johns' breath... "I wish I could talk

Taylor trial, had spectators in room's Blaster walls are blouse..whereupon Judge"Buzzy" like that.""
to have resulted from from his
alleged Green rose
third row seats
to the catch! their words. word battles between seat to peer across the bench 1} Fb101 Garrulous truck driver and
defender Slgsbee Scruggs: and at blouse, remarking, "That's Beckton, who
State Attorney Ted Duncan. a very pretty blouse,'' Mr. /\ saw witness two Lloyd men leaving Nell's
: Hebert. ;
I 4- beauty shop with a blonde girl
I "v/IJ In every lengthy trial, no r Displays Tag{ between them that fatal

...- matter how serious the subject I :J )
&\.1 matter there are lighter Defendant Carl Robert '

.'" Taylor nibbling moodily on .... the. day concerning
the end of a ball point pen photograph of the murder
through most of the ten-day ; --'" scene, and couldn't locate the
'_ Kemball Johnson Defendant Taylor trial... : picture. The mad scramble
".t:' '> the
\ Involved Barker
Concentratesmoments ensuing ,
eserlbesll.lrdo .
Defense Attorney court clerk, and even the

Busy clerk Virginia Jeff Barker prosecutor while JudgeGreen's r1
Q to relieve, the seemed to
T courtroom tension or words preoccupied with routineofwlsdomtoaddamemorable be saying "Oh, NOOOO..." '
\ matters, missing a cue tc Judge Green shedding his
l '-, ,) moment to the sometimes dull swear in a new witness until somber black robes to disclose
__ ; :: proceedings. Here are a few Hebert clears his throat plaid suit that would make a )
___ .. ,
.. .. ahem ...
( )
...... '.l .
river boat
!. ;\, samples seen and heard Mississippi gambler / \

:-/ during the Taylor trial: :i' turn green with envy., ( ((7tAt:\ ,

h\ 1" ''( I
Slate's Attorney c f. :Valerie Turner's sister,
Ken HebertEditorial 'l L A weary prosecutor Ken, ''R I <' ((J( Kemball,a demure and pretty '
Hebert" (pronounced a-bear)., '3 \. d witness, looking more like a ) ;; Driver Beckton

."' C, .... ... Junior Miss than a Mrs. Points To Spot
... .
Comment from a weary ., ,,'. Tt ,, morning, reporting con-
----------------------------- is it that
spectator: "Why a '..\ versation with his wife next
I II z: ten minute recess is never less > : He, "Should I get involved -
I "
than half an hour? or not?" She "Well,
Fewer I ; --.... you're the one who's got to live
Miss Frommes
I : .- Defense Attorney Jeff with your conscience." He
Barker losing his cool for the called the sheriff, and that
..' I' first time when preparing to Shop Owner
was the first "break" in thecar
i / Judge Green question the first witness of Nell Rhoden "
"A great disservice to the American: will do it for uspossibly government I ProbesThe Law

people" was done by two national newsmagazines agencies." I L ---------
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that carried cover stories on I ------------------------------------ ---- -
Certainly Miss Torre's opinions will
Fromme following her abortive
Lynette /
strike chord with
a responsive many
"assassination attempt" on President
Ford. members: of the reading public who have
been turned off with the sensational and

This is the opinion of a veteran news- glamorizing treatment accorded such/ County Agents sy H

paper and television news reporter kooks as Miss Fromme, who,turn neat
Marie Torre, who disagreed with thQ profits from their demented actions Notebook Bobby .p r -

nationwide publicity given to the freaky after they have been made into national Tdylor _

member of the Charles Manson gang and figures by front page and cover story I i

further objected to an interview given to treatment in the news media. ,

the would-be assassin by a CBS news I

reporter. Before long Miss Fromme will I'm still getting calls about producers. I have not seen or
probably "collaborate" on a book telling armyworms and other heard any pecan prices so far

"This is another example of encouraging .her life story, reaping a fortune in royalties grassworms in pastures from this year. Maybe they will hit

the sickies," Miss Torre said, declaring and might even wind up with a fat aO sections of the county. the 50 cents a pound range for
These worms can still do a lot us.
Miss Baker, movie
it was irresponsible for contract or a profitable engagement -
if they are not
to interview the Fromme woman and in a Las Vegas night club. controlled in time. I have had questions about

put her,thoughts on the air "And they whether to plant rye or
were very sick thoughts," she said" All of which is a sad commentary on Mole crickets are also ryegrass for winter pasture '
the'misplaced' values of the American showing up in some lawns and livestock. Either or both 01 I

She believes that some of the handling public. If headline seekers like Miss in a number of pastures. Their these forages can be ad-

of the F'omme'story was the "kind of Fromme were ignored or given the burrowing crickets usually loosens start the in soil small and vantageous If' grown and

sensationalism that ,went out with obscure treatment they deserve in the isolated areas. Frequent. expensive managed properly.to grow Both but will are 8 FSP Employees GraduateEight

yellow journalism' and fears that unless news media, there would be fewer Miss i inspections and spot treat.' produce a lot of good grazing

the media re-examines itself, "others., _... mmes_on... the national scene. ment before infestation, if good growing conditionsr area Florida State Prison employees graduated from the Florida Department of Offender
,, '
't' $;>I .' .'" becomes widespread can save,r prevail., RehabUita on'. Correctional Training Institute at Raiford. on Sept. 12. Graduates are
,.z: ,. ...... ..... .:..; time ..and.. pasture;. .
//Io "" "" ''' -- money. -- (left to right;front row)Donald BeuleyJiv.Jimmy 8e ,eller.e GWis. .. ( ItJa .tra), Back 'a
n1 ; grass. Usually rye will do better row left to right): Charles Jefferson Leonard E. Moorhead, Charles G: Sova and Wesley
than ryegrass on sandy, well Thomas.The program consists of 320 hours of Instruction and takes four weeks to complete.
I Mure Punishment L'ssCrime ? We have a bulletin that has drained soil, and ryegrass will
some good information on grow better on the lower,
i controlling armyworms, mole flatwoods areas that have only
crickets and other< pasture occasional flooding. Both FORESTRY- 11 I
insects. Another bulletin forages wHl do better on a well by Chuck Weber
With crime increasing on every front- 'forces automatically provide a stronge County Forester -
covers controlling the same prepared seedbed. Ryegrasscan II IN COUNTY
in North Central! BRADFORD
even our once-peaceful defense against crime.
pests in lawns. Call or come be top-seeded on permanent -
Florida Counties-a recently publisher j] by our office on North 301 in pastures if the F:
book "Thinking About Crime" poses The author cracks down hardest of all Starke if you can use this, pasture 'Is mowed, grazed
i, some questions that need answering. on what he considers the 20th Century information. closely or disked lightly. IT'S NOT TOO LATE FOR ship line every six miles to the
liberal viewpoint of dealing with crime SEEDLING ORDERS: As of north and south, and a range sNi
I yield should be seeded 26 there still line every six miles to the east
He contends that Looks like our pecan Rye September are
the our judicial apparatushas i
for the moment ae iI WEEK
Disregarding and west. So each
between October 15 and of bareroot large block
will l be good this year, but our plenty seedlings l
national increase, which everyone' been too soft, especially with old. scab problem will November 15. The seedingrate available in the Division of (or '"township") measures smiles oaoaE5-11 "lt

knows is staggering, here are some recidivists (crime repeaters). He probably cause our quality to: should be 1.5 to 2 bushelsper Forestry's nurseries; to be by 6 miles and contains t

figures that hit close to home: The' proposes a tough theory of isolating and be lower than usual. Early acre. Rye grass can be planted this winter. 36 square miles. f
punishing persistent"criminals. Such a estimates'on pecan production planted from October 1st to (! (LEEQCJPP
number of major crimes in 12 North the November 15th and should be In particular. North Florida Each 'of these "squaremUes"
Central Florida counties continued to policy he thinks, might dissuade the throughout slash is in has a number from 1 to '
indicate that we will have seeded at the rate of 25 to 30 pine good supply, so "
increase in the first six months of 1975 marginal criminal from :predatory offenses almost twice the 1974 pounds per acre. no landowner need worry Section 36, and is 1 called is a "section. JUW[
always in the
with the overall total rising 9.5 per cent and could produce major production. back about or having turned his down order if'cut he northeast comer, and Section

in the first six months of this year as reductions in the crime rate. I'm that our Again, we have a bulletin or orders fairly soon. Likewise, 36 is always in the southeast Here is information for
with the period in 1974. pecans there of corner. The other sections are those who have CHAMPUS
compared same will be harvested and production guide that covers are plenty red cedar,
out that than 87
Pointing more percent : numbered. back and forth :
all winter forages.Call Arizona cypress, sweetgum. coverage
marketed early to possibly get, growing
of those arrested in the U.S. had a across the township like
or come by for live oak.Chinese tallow sycamore Beneficiaries of the
for your copy.
Of 11 counties the area (including higher prices our plowed rows.Occasionally.
maintains that
previous record Wilson catalpa and green ash Civilian Health and Medical
Bradford), only oneLafayettehadfewer what is mainly lacking in our system of bareroot seedlings available, the section Program of the Uniformed

crimes in 1975 than 1974. Brad- criminal justice is'the CERTAINTY of plus cottonwood cuttings. township, and range lines are Services (CHAMPUS) should ,
ford County's rate increase was four per punishment. -ftfteu! & #- 1, The only species in short not square, and some sections be aware that December 31,
cent. supply are Improved North have sides more or less than a 1975 is the deadling/ for filing
.Under today's system repeat Florida slash pine, loblolly mile long, but most of them claims for medical care

For 15 years our nation has been criminals are not too worried or concerned MOST MALPRACTICESUITS pine, longleaf pine and dog- are approximately right, and services and supplies
1974 1 -
about arrested, he wood. While the nurseries will all of them are easy to find on provided during ,
ravaged by an unprecedented epidemicof being' says marked Dec, 31).
crime. During that period billions of due to short sentences and early pardons Dear Sirs: The Malpractice Committeeof these try to,handle almost small all orders of thesespecies for maps '

dollars were poured into expanded or paroles. Bradford County Sheriff the California State are sold out So every point on the map CHAMPUS officials 'are
editorial of September already, concerned that .
departments and more intensive Dolph Reddish has voiced. the .same Your Assembly reported in June 'can be located by an "S.T.R.B many
police 11 in which you blame lawyers 1974: "There is little evidencethat Anyone wanting to place an And to a ranger or a dis- beneficiaries may not know
prison rehabilitation programs. Duringthat opinion on more than one occasion.In for the increase In' a large number of non-' order for bareroot seedlings patcher, It's. much better about this deadline. They
time, tons and tons of high-sounding malpractice suits has been meritoulous medical should contact the County description than"about a mile point out that a claim for
i rubbish were published about the arguing for longer sentences as a brought to my attention.I malpractice nuisance suits Forester and request an order and a half down the second or services or" supplies received

But in spite of it all. James Q. practical deterrent to the growing crime have been filed..Malpractice form and a copy of the ordering third grade left off Brownlee during 1974 will not be considered
ij problem. menace, the author says that "Wicked don't know where you are litigation has, in many in- instructions. Addresses in Road after it turns off the if It is filed after. the
author of the book thinks we
Wilson information but it "
getting your last day of 1975.
people exist and nothing prevails except stances, led to improved Union and Bradford Countiesare highway. .
are still engulfed by crime largely probably comes directly or and Rm. 103 Union Co.Courthouse
them from innocent practices general : A similar deadline will be In
to set apart
because of our reliance on discredited indirectly from the insurance I improvement in the quality of Lake Butler 32054 Take the time to find out and effect In the future. It will be
trifled with the is
theories for controlling or containing people.We have Industry a health care..At the present (phone 499-2190); or 2266 N. memorize your S.T.R., and the last day of the calendar
criminals in America. made sport of the innocent and encouraged notoriously poor place to time malpractice litigation is Temple Ave., Starke 32091 write it down near your tele- year following the calendar
the calculators who watch obtain pets on a matter of clearly the most significant (phone 964-6554)). phone. And get the numbers in year In which the services and t
this kind-especially when external pressure promoting the right order.A little effort
their opportunities and ponder our supplies are
they are trying to get special physicians practice. quality Prices are $8 per thousandfor can save you a lot of money
Wilson thinks the justice to criminals as a cue to what
reaction interest legislation through,. medicine." slash pine and $30 per and heartache. Although CHAMPUS
system has devoted too much of its they might profitably get away with in as they almost always are. thousand for the other species. beneficiaries have until the

( resources to searching for idealisticcures the area of crime." The lawyer's contingent Minimum order size is 25 end of this year to file claims
instead of concentrating more on "A recent government, fees, which you condemn seedlings of any species, and ,for services and supplies
finding deterrents. He points to what he Whatever your personal reaction to study contends that at least 10i I are the poor man's key to the the minimum charge is the 15,672 Pounds provided during 1974. they are
times more malpractice courthouse door. without price for 500 seedlings of the advised not to wait until then
considers two main fallacies in present Wilson's beliefs his arguments have occurs than ever reaches the them the average citizen species ordered., OAluminumRecycled to get them In.filing .
criminal justice thinking: the belief that given us reason to pause and reevaluatethe ears of the American Medical would be at the mercy of the .
the combined prison-probation systemcan "liberal" ,attitudes that sometimesseem Association: or the courts." \II:. insurance companies.S. Advice on where and how to. Here 'If acclaim preparing and

numbers of felons, to have accomplished nothing but (Cosmopolitan Magazine plant trees, and which kinds > unW the la$
rehabilitate large Sept., 1975, p. 151.) .Victor TiptonAttorneyatLaw are best suited for different minute, something unexpected -
and the argument that larger police increases .in the crime rate. locations is also available STARK i The Reynolds might happen >to
i In 1963the* Federal tr ,Orlando, FL. from,your County Forester Aluminum Recycling Company prevent you from getting It in
Malpractice Commissionnoted paid area residents the mail in time to be considered
that even the insurance 'REPORTING'"A RURAL $2,350 for some 13,672 pounds for payment.A ."-

Rl-- CV,0 companies privately IV' ; FIRE: Do you know your of aluminum 'they recycled' CHAMPUS beneficiary
(/ "S.T.R"? It stands for Section last month. -
>Y classified '46 percent of,, who has.received services or
atiliwwa malpractice claims as 1 ; Township,legal Range, during 1974 from a,,
p heart That comes to about 75 all- supplies
iC meritorious. The Commission the of the description civilian source who hasagreed
declared: "Viewed of any piece of property, aluminum.cans per: ,person.Citizens ., ,to submit a (claim ,,
judged and it's the fastest for
the number of claims way 'directly to CHAMPUS should
C + .to be. meritorious by Forest Rangers to find their' are for the paid let cents: check: with that source 11..he is
IOBG.FEAGUSON-JOHNM.MILLER to where the trouble I is. per pound aluminum
malpractice insurers and the way, that been
recycle ,The mobile f not sure a Ulan
nO' they
PubHsrwrs sPubHtfwcl (additional) number in which submitted.The source
facility collects
l ach: ThunKtoy' and nMrad. as second Os..Matwotlha Post lklloi it Starfce. Fie;under Act payment was, made to The State of Florida Is day from 9so: a.m.every to 11 Tues should be reminded about the
. claimantfrwould seem to blocked off by township andrange the a.m. December 31,. 175 deadline,'
at front of iheTOAY
d Msrch.3. 1879. indicate that the vast majority lines, very much like Bradford Store,\, and If he cannot file the claim
SubscripdonMOnvadsnM.epsy.w:03.50slamonths. U.S.
M09dxmonth. of malpractice claims are not longitude and latitude lines.From Square 301 by that date the beneficiary
.3utiidetradawM: : '7pwyew' : SlIlItat. Fl.. 'entirely baseless' as often "YM look n, ....,. Is MseaiiMisn .. a base monument In South S37 South Walnut St.) should make arrangements to

Phon>964- 3aB( .,alleged. we astf Tallahassee, there Is a town: .flit tt himself. 'f

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SouthsideChit ; CMTAIN' HIDES NOW OPEN SUNDAYS 10 A.N0. 6 P.M. 'Ir

I Chat I 1.1 Li) -- -- - -- --- - rI - -- -
; '
'by Judith Flynn : ANY BRAND-CANNED r: PANTRY PRIDE t.

Mrs.,",ttarell's fourth grade 1 BONELESSHAMS I. TOASTER PASTRIES :
class has been studying {,, $100OFF
Norway, the "Land of the : I I :
Midnight Sun." One of the r. I r I, t
highlights of the study was a 10oz BOX :
visit from Miss "' '". I z 'i id'
Montery '.1 I '
Wasdin. She showed slides of g" 3 LB SIZE OR UP ,. ANY FLAVOR :
I I'
her experiences from her trip .: '\'" THRU OCT 8.'975. H COU THRU 'OF EACH
to particular that country.interest Things were the of i; )m\, ,; \ittr.:::,:,i f ::;L A X'ltOofS.MORE,; FOOD IRDER; TOBACCO PRODUCTS J (l.:! ExC,;, DMORE F OD ORDER.TOBACCO PRODUCTS J Y

slides the stave and church discussions, which about was :,.. : ;%. ?:} j"I"1 1 :.-:.-:.-:.-:.-:. ... 1'1 1'1r i

built by the 400,Vikings years ago.approximately It- ;;': ;: 'N. ;r' I .. ANY SIZE i

had a dirt floor and resembleda /hp' I 61 ALCOHOL
Viking shop.
about The children the Lapps also and learned their : : : 141 : : EGGS :

dependency on the reindeer. I. C rI 1

program Southside for now children has a with new OFF 9 (l1Dz I I fl"]"] ONE DOZEN 1 i i'

Specific Learning Disabilities : PINT
taught by Mrs. Virginia THRU OCT 8.1975.UMIT-1 OF APC"IM COUP THRU OCT 8.197S WITH .
her husband have recently .... - -1'B'---- _ _
arrived in Gainesville wherehe
will be attending the
University of. Florida. Mrs. EveryDayLowPrice 1 ( II I r I I ) s i ''I,
Simpson is from Louisville,
Ky and is a graduate of the
University of Kentucky. She r SAVC SAVE SAVE SAVE I II
has taught children with SLD FLORIDA GRADE A FRESH 20L1 I II
201e 20
Mrs. Simpson will be basedat
Southside but she will also FRESHFRYERS g
be serving Starke Elementaryand CHUCKROAST 1
posr'bly some students .
from Lawtey Elementary.We 1.j
are happy to welcome S 1
Miss Jana Corn to our .j.j1M
Southside Physical Education S
program where she'll serve as
a student teacher for the next WHOLE
weeks. She will work under U.S. GOV T. 4
the direction of Southside P.E. 2 PER /
teacher Jim Lewis. Miss Cornis INSPECTEDCORN .
from Jacksonville and is a BAG FED
senior 'at the University of :

The Southside PTA will be Q FHd.p BonusBuy BonusBuy; BonusBuy BonusBuy BonusBuy
giving a bicycle and a set of
walkie talkies away this yearIn u4
the annual Halloween LOTS OF ID\ f BONELESS 11 BONELESS BEEF SI Pantry Prid 2 Pantry Prid* CALIFORNIA II ilOR1DA 20 t I

Carnival the bicycle Raffle.will cost Tickets 25 cents for CHICKEN I SLICED SKINLESS ICEBURG TANGELOS,'
each while those for the ._........!. STBEEF ROUAND ORANGES OR g gu.
walkie-talkies are 10 cents ( i ....uo.,lu......nr...N"rN0 u"e.]t... JOMS / BOLOGNA (FRANKS LETTUCE TANGERINES I I'
each. Tickets will be on sale '
,'and be purchased : Bv BRk l C' I I 2 TO, 9 Rl" V4.fl *
from any fourth or fifth grade Wars.k4 Rf I I IK6u U Rl Bfl [ :%89 69C 51MATH I
student from Southside. The r LB J \ CORN HO LBEveryDayLowPrice > ;.;. HEADS'K
drawing will be held duringthe
Halloween Carnival at I I EveryDayLowPrice I ,'IOOA : .
Westside;Park;.Oct. 31. See
; you,next, week: uw un I r urr ,
(Oct.6-10) Pride h' \
Golden RipeBANANAS #
I bun,lettuce and tomato,corn,
I peaches milk.TUESDAY Dumplings TOMATOESFOOD
I -spiced ham and
(cheese sandwich lima beans 78 it
celery and carrot sticks, fruit. 4 4Lail .

cup, milk. '\/ '" '.tsll '. .
\ Yf r r1 v 'ham(' ''J
steamed- cabbage'banana1* < Iln"" > ||
cornbread'rnllk.J.' J J G.i ROUNDBEEF 'SAVE
THURSDAY braised beef 20* LB GREAT ,
in gravy mashed potatoes,
peas and carrots, banana STARKE'SLOWWW'
jello, hot rolls, milk.
FRIDAY spaghetti with 0
meat sauce, cheese, tossed ., GROUND :

salad, pears, hot rolls, milk. FOOD \

1 I 75. GROUND BEEF. :; '

; .,or ;MeatLoaf :,

by Carolyn Eaves| OVER LB '' SUPERMARKETS WALNUT ST. I Mix ,, .
904-881 LB

at3:15 Cadette.1 at p.m.the Troop Mrs.Methodist R.S.520 Mullins Church startedOct. Tta QuaJUq Food Peepfe 1 EveryDayLowPrice 1 TH& QualUq 1 Food Peopfe 1 EveryDayLowPriceMOTT'S

and Mrs. A. J. Eaves are the
Within the next few weekswe 26D GOLDEN GRAIN 35c PANTRY PRIDE 10" HUNTERS CHOICE OR 99
hope to have the Brownies RATION
and Juniors meeting. If you
don't hesitate to call me. DOG
This year Mrs. Levy Lennon i
will have the Reno Neighborhood
Troop 325, Mrs. FOOD
W.M. Randoph will have the >
Lawtey Troop '461 and Mrs. ASSORTED FLAVORS
Dale Hatfield will have ,it'
Raiford Troop 471. A big
thank you for the last year and WITH
good luck. CHEDDAR 25LBBAG
Due to the new time
sdledule for schools, the girlsat 35oz CHEESE 10.5oz
Southside will be in 7 25oz
Brownie Troop 370. The ,
leaders will be Mrs. J.E.
Denmark and Mrs. Lewis
Chaff. i' o' ,. .
Girls at Starke Elementarywill nnBtn oorrNrfuaa LEAEerlO' 'FROZEN I BONUSES e'1 a.z .d '
be in Brownie troop 311. CHOPPED PET
Leaders will be Mrs. Rooert
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TELEGRAPH Octobers, 1973

5 Years Of Sales

. Utility Expansion In Lake Butler Could Hike Rates

LAKE BUTLER- An -lation has risen to 1,800 with A third alternative, Dutton Environmental Protection In an effort to determine & Service In The

environmental specialist about 200 other personnel.The said, would be to pursue an Agency grant program. He about how much expansion
advised the Lake Butler city rates are still the same. warned, though, that monies is needed the council will try
council might have to hike "You're not paying your are limited and they are distoestlma'te the cost of treat Location
its water and sewer rates in fair share," Shaw told Jim Raiford tributed on a priority basis, ment now. That report will Same .
order to pay for expanding Rozelle, an architect with which, for Lake Butler, be aired at the next regular
and upgrading the present the Department of Offender would be very low. council meeting set for Oct.
at special meeting Rehabilitation, who had
facility a 8.
afternoon.G. been Invited to hear the Budget In addition to that, it would
Thursday Mark Olin Offers Dependable Service When
take at least three
Douglas Dutton of the Issues. years to Headline in New York Daily
state Department of Rozelle was very willing to get' to-the construction phase News: "Opera Talks Still Up
Environmental Regulation adjust the rate figure."I OkayedRAIFORD of the program. In Aria." You Need It. He Has Pioneered The Mobile

had' been asked by Mayor don't' think it's fair to
John Shaw to review the use the city to subsidize our > Motion to Home Sales & Service in Bradford: County.He .
Lake Butler system and operation," he said. Rozelle adopt a $17,9781975.6 budgetwas
make recommendations to asked the council to advise unanimously passed "
the city council as to what it prison administrators of Its Monday night by the.Raiford 3'tI"soli', Owns His Own Lot & You
should do to alleviate the intention to do somethingabout Town Council. Equipment.
sewage treatment problem. the sewage system, The sum leaves a $2,139 '
Councilmen have been trying and that that might include a contingency gap between Can Depend On His Reputation. The Fact That,
to find a solution to the ,pay hike for the prison. estimated revenues and i x2; ra"w3 $ tst
sewage problem since resi- Shaw questioned Dutton as expenses and does not Include aroundTo Provide '
in Years To Come He Will Be
dents living near the treat- whether there were funds $2,128.67 current
ment plant complained of available for finding out how balance in the town's ac
the odors several weeks ago. much the city needed to count. Service When You Need It
The Lake Butler system is expand. Dutton said there Much of the 1975 leftoverwill
operating at a 97 per cent were no funds available, but be dedicated to the fur-
capacity. The nearby prison that many cities absorb that nishing of the town hall. A 10- 1r'M' DoublewideSale24x60
Reception and Medical cost in rates. foot black walnut conference,
Center is on the city lines, Dutton also told the boardto table eight matching tilt-
and the population of that apply for a Farmer's' swivel chairs, three contoured -
3 Bedroom 2 Bath
institution has doubled since Home Administration loan. chairs, nine folding-
the original contract. The Up to 50 per cent of the mon- type chairs and two folding ar
contract was made in 1963, ies that association loans is a tables are expected to be
when the inmate populationwas grant, with the borrower delivered the first week of "\
only about 800. Since picking up the rest, Dutton October, costing the council
that time, the inmate popu- said. 1600. Carl Robert Taylor, left, and Sheriff Dolph Reddish In the
The upcoming' budget Bradford County Jail in March after Taylor was returned s
allows $7,000 for recreation here from California."A .
Calf Scramble and fire department upgrading strange case, from the time It happened till now,"
i as well as the necessary Sheriff Reddish said this week during Taylor's trial.

. expenditures of $3,108 for
garbage service, $2,400 for
Set October 11A I lights fees. and $1,000 for attorney EVERYONE

calf scramble for'girls calf and show it at the annual In other action at the
special meeting, the council
feature of the Bradford County Fair.
will be a new INVITEDTo
rescinded its
chicken scrambles for prior
Annual Calf Scramble Two
Ninth ; :
install street in r
a light riot
and Horse Show sponsored by children ages 7-9 and 10-12 will front of the Holiness Revival II
the Starke-Bradford County be held during the event.
Chamber of Commerce at the Entries will be limited to 25 Church on SR-121. out and be with us in a Sing and Minister
in Starke on each age group, and $1 to each "There is, a street light
Saturday Fairgrounds, October 11. child catching a chicken. within 75 feet of the church, ing of God's Word, Thursday Night, October 2, at r .1

Entry blanks can be obtainedat and you can see at the front Pine Valley Congregational Holiness Church.
Admission will be free, and the Chamber of Commerce door not well enough to
the action packed evening of office until 5 p.m. October read, but you can see," said

fun and entertainment will 10th. Contestants will be Councilman Lee Brailler. Service Begins at 7:30: p.m., Guest Speaker for the Fully Furnished Set Up I Del.
off with The council that
kick at 6:30: p.m. an announced prior to the event agreed
arena parade of the Bradford Saturday evening. the decision,made at the last night service will be Rev. J.C. Surcey from
Hoping Club and presentationof the last calf meeting was acted upon $1 ,400er
Following him several i
also with Down
Jacksonville 1,000
bringing groupsof
colors. scramble, the Bradford with too much haste and I Month ;
The Calf Scramble and Roping Club will participatein without due consideration, singers. Everyone welcome to come out and be .
I lorse Show has been one of a show of "Games on voting unanimously to Includes Delivery'Set Up Tie Down &
I the major projects of the Horseback," revoke its request to Florida with us.'
Chamber in promoting agri- Power and Light to install
culture and county wide live The Bradford Chapter of the the light. Hook Up To Water & SewerOlin's

stock improvement program; Future Farmers America Located North of Starke on 301
Bradford 4-H Clubs
and the
for the youth of Bradford will serve a chicken dinner at Turn Left on Dirt Road Mobile Homes
County.The event will provide I
between the
20 (KFA( and 4-H boys and 5 the fairgrounds Beside Bradford Furniture Company
hours of 4-6 p.m.: Dinners will
girls the to win 20
opportunity be $1.75 each. PINE VALLEY, CONGo HOLINESS CHURCH,
the four
calves scrambles.during I Hwy 1OO W. 964-56O6 Stark

The Calf Scramble for the RainfallSeptember
girls, an innovation this year, ,
takes the place of the girls pig, brought above
scramble, and was the resultof average rainfall to Bradfordand f
Union' Counties with II
pressure and interest of t

these young'people hi to havingan win ches Bradford for the receiving month, and 11.46 Union in- w .. ,....... Chevette. ,,.""
equal opportunity a ., .. .r.1M .'\
measuring an even 12. w' < lf"'f" .. ., ". ,
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UHS HomecomingSlated ford fire towers were: New
River,11.70 inches; Louis Hill,
14; Santa Fe, 8.70.. PF
Oct. 17
Union County towers Chevrolet kind

The Union County High .reported; Raiford 13.90 in- new
School homecoming game is ches; Union tower, 10.10.

set for Friday, Oct. 17 with
the Tigers facing the WillistonRed By
Devils in that 8 p.m. American
Jim LawsonTHE
A parade at 1 p.m. that .j.
afternoon will start the annual .., .
festivities. Float divisions are "
best high school float, exclud- .
i irE the Queen's float, best
weather Is of
a topic
civic club float, best church
float, best business float, and everyday conversation,
and at times, the weathercan
best school float, excluding Aak
be disastrous to people.
the high school.
The fury of the weather is a
Other activities include -
a Charley frightening thing. Appro-
mystery rider, clown club, V
dancing girls, ximately 70,000 persons i iI
mystery ,E. were reported killed by a
clowns horse clubs Billy Mitchell -
cyclone ravished
Drill Team and former I
parts of India In 1864.
high school queens.Interested Johns
clubs, civic -, ,
organizations( businesses and An even worse disaster
clurches occurred when a cyclone
should call Sharon
Minshew: at UCHS, 496-3631, About This Question: whipped up a tidal wave in 1
extension 38, for details.Homecoming. 1882,which struck India. It
was estimated that "
approximately '
"A Milwaukee banker and 100,000 persons ",

... political leader wo sued lost their lives as the resultof Chevette4O "J,.,
(From Page 1)) for $200,000 In aBbe. the combination cyclone-

daughter of Mr. and Mrs. action. The jury awarded tidal wave. o Chevette is international in 0 It can carry cargo up to four, .Prices start at $2899 '
Ernest Fayson of Lawtey, are $275,000. Does this point MPG heritage, incor- feet wide. ,
sophomore princesses. We're not stormy at our HIGHWAporating engineering concepts o It is well insulated against 2-seat Scooter(not shown).$2899 ,
the need for ,;
Freshman girls in the court up exceas or. place of business but we do 28 MPG'CITY proved around the world. noise Chevette Coupe (shown), $3098 Ji.i::,
are Belinda Kilby, daughter of umbrella liability Inuranee work like a cyclone to give o its wheelbase is about the 0 It is protected by 17 anticorrosion The Sport (not shown)..,.53175, "
Mr. and Mrs. R.E. Kilby of for buaineM and our customers the very EPA RATING same as a VW Rabbit's. methods. '
Starke, and Sylvan Williams profeMional. people best possible service. Let That's with the standard 1.4-, 0 It has more front-seat head 0 It is basically a metric car.' The Rally (not shown).. ..$3349
daughter of Albert anJRejoyce us work for you. litre engine and 4-speed manual room than a Datsun B-210, o It comes with a clear, simpleselfservice The Woody (not shown$3404 '
Williams of Lawtey. Charley E. transmission. The mileage you more front-seat I leg room than booklet.t Including Manufaciurer'i dealer Suggested new vehicle Retail Price llOther \
Underclassmen voted for a Toyota Corolla. 0 It has a standard 1.4litreengine. charge. Destination ,
get, of course, wilhowl l be strongly ch.re..r.iiable.enre. -
o Its circle is of the m.ni.t.t.and' local.....an additional. oIL'"
princesses, and the senior JOHNS AGENCY influenced by and where turning one A 1.6-litre engine is
class voted for the queen court 4 you drive. shortest in the, world. available (except Scooter). 1'/.
Sept. 29. The student body 131 SO.WALNUT ST.

votes chosen for by queen the Senior from finalists class. PHONE 964-5070! 9TARKf rlOaIDA Chevrolet values for 1976.:, :

Toyota B[ JIiThL.

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Stark Auto Center .

S28 s.Walnut St. Phone .Vega .

9648317'I'I:,.'l, Built to take H.Vega for 1976: performance. A new torqueOne of Arlca'smost includes the new value of
An extensive anti-corrosion arm suspension.And Vega popular full-size cars. That's the thrifty Impala S-
rl:: Tired of going to Jacksonville 0 program. New hydraulic valve offers tough Dura-Built 140- the result of giving America Chevrolet's lowest priced
t> lifters, for quieter engine cu.-in.4-cyl.engine guarantee good value for the dollar. full-size car i4'
LJ or Gainesville to get your car i\\,:; This year, the Impala series .

repaired ? Bring it to us. We '

have 9 years experience. Satis- -r'ti- ,'. ..... ..,. r ..k : .i

faction guaranteed. Factory f
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MGB] trained mechanics. Anything Ef
LJ: Nova/Conootin "! CIIeveIIe >
from tune to motor J
ups ," America's favorite compact ,Contours, the brand-new Enough car for practically economies, plus room for :,
overhauls. car. Our basic compact. model featured here, is our anything. It offers room for the average family makes ,
,, -:: fi '76 Nova, makes even more highly practical: approach: to I I six at a sensible price. This, Chevelle a size whose. time ,
t 1t' sense than the 3 million 'compact luxury. .year, more than ever, its has come. .. ,. "
Novas that'preceded it.,,And ''deft blending of mid-size "

L Triumph I I Opel' 1 I Capri Mazda Renault f" I ,

There's muchtmore to see at your Chevy dealer's. Caprice Monza, ComelnOct.2.PagelZ I "
Mont Carlo,Camaro Corvette Chevrolet wagons-sometliins. for everyone In 1976. '

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I LAWTEYBy J. : Saturday At Pine LevelYoung

J.Q. Rosier Mrs. Marie:: E. Elixson people from surrounding features for the evening.Refreshments .
counties ere invitedto will be
Elizabeth Terry John Rosier, of WORTHINGTON SPRINGS meet at the Pine Level served. Pine Level Is located

CHURCH ACTIVITIES Miss Celeste Melton went to Quincy died Thursday, Sept.. Mrs. Marie E. Elixson, 73,' Baptist Church Saturday, Oct.; three miles west of Starke on
Church of God: Sunday Disney World in Orlando on .. 25 Lawtey,after a brief illness, at the died Sept. 24 in Alachua Gen- 4, at 7:30 p.m. for a special Hwy. 100.
School 10 a.m. Worship Ser Sept. 20.Major. of 80. He was a lifetime eral Hospital after ,an ex- youth-geared meeting. The Pine Level Baptist
vices 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. and Mrs. James :: age resident of the Evergreen tended illness. Skits, a special musical con- Church singing roup The
Prayer Meeting Tuesday 7:30: Dougherty and sons and Mrs. i1i Radio Broadcast will be community, northwest of Funeral services were Sept. cert by the Harmony Trio, a Sounds of Praise were the
p.m. YPE Friday 7:30: p.m. Russell Lines, of Valdosta, UI r' eI Sunday, 8:35 a.m. WPXE. Lawtey, where he farmed 26 at 4:30 p.m. in Sardis Baptist quiz between two youth featured singers at the Picket-
Evergreen Baptist: Sunday Ga., spent the weekend with C Sunday Morning Training until retirement. He was a Church. The Rev. Glen groups, and the special vile Baptist Church, in Jack-
School 10 a.m. Worship Services their parents Col. and Mrs. lCvatp. Hour,10 .m. Morning Worship member of the Evergreen Yates and the Rev. Edward speaker of the evening, Dick sonville, Sept 28.
11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. Wm.Wilson and family.Other Service, 11 a.m. Evening Baptist Church. Albrltton officiated. Burial Bickish, a missionary pilot to The Harmony Trio, composed -
Prayer Meeting Wednesday guests were their mother, Training Hour, 6 p.m. was in Elzey Chapel Ceme- the upper arctic region, are of Guy Stalnaker, Toy
7:30: p.m.Evangelist. Mrs. Irma Wilson, of Val- Sunday Baptist Men's Evening Worship Service 7 Surviving are six daughters, Bullington and Kathy
Aaron Single- dosta, Ga., and John Swartz- tery.Mrs.' born in and duet of
Breakfast, 7:30: a.m.; Sunday Mrs. Gertrude Cruce Mrs. ; Elixson was Starling, a
tary was the speaker in a worth of New Jersey, and another School, 9:45: a.m.; Morning p.m.Wednesday Evening Sybil Griffis, Mrs. ShirleyStalvey Columbia County, living most Obituaries Charlotte Whitehead and
revival at the church, Sept. 22 daughter of the Wilsons, Worship, 11:00: a.m.; Church Service, 7:30: p.m. and Mrs. Sandra other life in the Union County Gary Wheeler did special pre-.
through Sept. 29. Miss Doreen Wilson, Jackson- Training, 6:15: p.m.; Evening Roman Alvarez, pastor; Griffis, all of Lawtey; Mrs. area. She was a member of Sidney Hansen sentations.
Faith Baptist: Radio ville. Worship, 7:30 p.m.; Lord and youth pastor Gary Coy Cruce, Sanford, and Mrs.' Sardis Baptist Church.
Program over WPXE, 8 a.m. Wheeler. Slade, Hampton f She is survived by one
Annual Graveside
Si$>per, 7:30: p.m.; STARKE .
Sunday. Bible School 10 a.m.and Miss Shiela Holmes of New Members Fellowship, Church ((964-6490)), parsonage three sons, Clifton, Bobby and daughter, Mrs. Carolyn funeral services for Sidney Homecoming Set
Worship Services 11 a.m. Starke, spent a few days with 8:15: p.m.Monday. (964-8877)( ). Edmond Rosier, all of Crosby Worthington; eight Hansen will be today at 2 p.m.
7:30) p.m. Prayer Meeting Bible her brother-in-law and sister, Girls Ensemble, Located 3 miles west of Lawtey; one brother, Britt sons, Flen Elixson, Hope Mill, in Crosby Lake Cemetery, For Sampson CityAn
Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Starlingand 6:40: p.m.; Youth Choir, Starke on Hwy 100. Rosier, Green Cove Springs; NA., Steve Roy, and H.P. with the Rev. James Parrish '
Study. Methodist son. Deacon's Meeting, 7:00: p.m. "The Country Church and one half-brotheri Cohen Elixson, all of Worthington, officiating. Hansen, 82, of all-day homecoming for
Grace United Wor-: Mr.and Mrs. Denny Griffis Tuesday WMU Council, with the Peele, e; 45 Minnon Elixson, Tampa, Lawtey, died in the Bradford Sampson City residents is set
Sunday School 9:45 a.m.and 7:30: and their mother, Mrs. 1000am.: ; Business Meeting Heavenly Message." grandchildren, 29 great- Dillard Elixson, Palatka. County Hospital Sept. 30 aftera this Saturday, Oct. 4, at Price
ship Services 11 a.m. Maines Griffis and children of 10:45: a.m.; Program, 11:15: grandchildren; and seven Cecil Elixson, Alachua, and long illness. Landing on Sampson Lake.
Practice 7pm.
pm. Choir Fellowship Palatka, were Sunday dinner am.; Luncheon, 12:00 a.m.;; Ubituary .greatgreatgrandchildren.Funeral Kenneth Elixson, Starke; one Born In Lake Benton,Minn., A covered dish supper is set
Unted of her mother, Mrs. sister, Mrs. Gladys Pheil, St. "
guests Junior Choir, 3:30: p.m. Hansen had lived in Lawtey at 5 p.m.The
7:30: ) p.m. Wednesday.World Com- Nellie Wilkinson, Mrs. Daisy Wednesday Family Night services were held Marys, Ga., 28 grandchildren since 1959. He was a retired homecoming is sponsored -
Oct 5 will. be Boch and Lynn. Supper, 6:15: p.m.; Youth John RichardeJohn Sunday, Sept. 28, at 2:30: p.m. and 22 great grandchildren. nurseryman and a member of by Hogan Smith. 'h
minion Day.Highland Baptist: Sunda> Handbells, 6:30: p.m.; Sunday Charles Richarde Jr., in the Evergreen Baptist the Northside Baptist Church.He The public is Invited.

School 10 a.m. Worship Ser- Miss Margie Denman of School Workers Mtgs., RA.'sGA.'s WorldFriends : 82, died Sept. 28 in Wasldngton Church Melton and with Rev.Rev.R.L.Leonard Bennett .Insao eWe is survived by his wife iiiii
vices 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Melrose, Mrs. Wayne Gustaf- Acteens, D.C. Interment in Clara E. Hansen; one brother, .Safety is a family affair...,
Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7 son of Green Cove Springs, ,Mission Friends, 6:45 Funeral services were Sept. officiating. Raiford was have.to do something Andrew Hansen, Wolf Point,
and Joey Dobbs of Jackson- p.m.; "Hour of Power", 30 at the graveside in Crosby with Sapp DeWitt Cemetery C. Jones near Funeral about the way we're polluting Mont.; one sister, Mrs. Marie FLORIDA"IRRIVEALJU -'
p.m.Northside Baptist: Sunday ville, were Sunday dinner Annual Business Meeting, Lake Cemetery. The Rev. in the air, water and wildernessarea. Bayes, Seattle, Wash.
School 10 a.m. Worship Services guests of their grandparents, 7:30: p.m.; Church Choir, 8:15: George L. Harper officiated. Home charge. Let's not make God a Pallbearers are George
11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs and Richarde was a former resi- slumlord Shuford, Kenneth Martin
Prayer Meeting Wednesday,7p.m aunt, Mrs. Ernest Hewitt. p.m.Thursday ,, Adult Ladies dent of Jacksonville, where he Mrs. Letha Hunter -Robert Orben Clifford Martin, Ralph .SUNSHINE STATE. .
Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly Handbells, 12:00: a.m. ; was a retired department Martin, and Kenneth Prater.
visited Jack Estes at St. Vin Visitation, 7:00 p.m. for the MayCohensStore.
SCHOOL NEWS cent's Hospital, Jacksonville, Saturday Bus Ministry manager. ; RAIFORD Mrs. Letha,
Candidates for the on Thursday.Mrs. Visitation, 8:30: a.m. Survivors include two Hunter, 71, died Sept. 23 in '

Halloween King and Queenwere Louise Messer and son, brothers, George L. Richarde, Fraiser Memorial Hospital LOIIDA
elected the individual and Mr. and Mrs. Wesley after an extended illness. ;
by St. Mark'sepiscopal Santa Rosa, Calif., and Ernest EsT
all of Park, Funeral services were Sept.
grade levels on Thursday, Plaisted, Orange Richarde Monroe, La.1; two
Sept. 25. The following students were Sunday dinner guests of .sisters, Mrs. Dorris Hanes, 26 at 2 p.m. in the Chapel of OlnOL.
Leonard Mel- Archer Funeral Home with
and Mrs.
were chosen by their Rev. Washington, D.C., and Mrs.
classmates to represent the ton and family. Church Thomas S. Martin, Richmond, the Rev. R.E. Roberts and the a tlalaatt as
grades in the contest: Va. Rev. Johnny Yarbrough offi 1H
Kindergarten Midi Church and out Jackson Sfraa ciating. Burial was in Elzey
Friends of Mrs. Elsie Norman Register For Free Prizes
Whaley, Don Bright. regret to learn that she THE REV //OHN M. FLYNN Chapel Cemetery.

ginbotham First\ Grade, Timmy- Shannon Smith.Hig- hurt while her at Swan left leg Lake in an on accident her job. October 4th Q.$$/L>/A fir Columbia Mrs. Hunter County was, living born mostof in Including: Prite leaf Cart 2nd. 3nt.t: 4th 2 Bfgt E.ch -Qrotont P.".,.

Second Grade-Lisa Harley, She has been laid up for two Saturday, Altar Guild (HI IUNSHINI SM1I IN MIJIO1V her life in the Union County No Purcha Nacataary Drawing Wed Oct. 8 Winner Will Be Contecttd'A
10:00: a.m. area. She was a member of
William Third Grade Cruce. Dawn Scott, weeks.Arlie Dobbs,Bill Dobbs, and Communion. DID WLII,S/MMONS WAS the First United Methodist Mend B dtio.d On Gardtn I..dalow Thru Oct. 8. 1 11
5th 8:30
October :
Ray Shuford. attended the fun- Sunday OUt Of 3. WEN CHOSEN Church of Lake Butler.
Joey Dobbs a.m., Holy Eucharist, 9:45: BY 6ov. DUVAL TO
Barbara include her
Fourth Grade Ever- Survivors 26 Years of
eral of Quincy Rosier at 11:00 sell FallProfessional
Newport, John Tinsler. Church a.m., Church School; : SELECT A PCHMANCMT mother Mrs. Lizzie Shadd, Subject To Out
Fifth, Grade Donna green Baptist a.m., Holy Eucharist. SITE FOR THE CAPITAL Macdenny; three daughters, Annuals &
Thornton Bruce Simmons.The afternoon. Tuesday, October 7th 7:30 Of FLORIDA Mrs. Ella Mae Thornton, Pest Control ServicesDirected
students will collect p.m., Vestry Meeting. Miami; Mrs. Alberta York
and Shane Swindell of .VEGETABLE
votes from September 29 Mark the week- and Mrs. Ida Terrell, both of By .
through Oct. 19 at 1 cent per Jacksonville, spent HomecomingPlanned OttD Lake City; two sons, E.T. Graduate Entomologists All
with their grandmother
vote. Contest rules and other Thornton, Lawtey, and Marsh Outdoor PUNTS
information have already Mrs. Edith Swinney.Mrs. At I I Neal Thornton, Wachulla;
been distributed to parents.The Mattie Miley and Mrs. (. SIMMONS LEFT .\ three brothers,Johnny Shadd HOUSEPLANTS
PTA is working towardthe Mae Wells spent a week with Morgan Rd 3T.UGVSTINt. S7: .36, Macdenny, Lonnie Shadd andElvin .
and Mrs. H.C. Harley,
Carnival on October 25 Mr. Mrs. 1823. ro txfLone! rue Shadd, both of Raiford; Termite Control 510
and Mr. and
with the solicitation of dona- Bushnell of Baptist ChurchThe REGION IN AND ACOUNOTALLAHA33EE 24 grandchildren and 17 great We oHar raa'ln actlan and art .
tions. A bicycle, of the winner's A.Q. Smith and family :.::: grandchildren. : can tea tara yavr
AM-FM Auburndale.Mr. horn It aretactad from tfntruc-
choice, and an
Morgan Road Baptist "... tarmltat rhm you rwy onFlorida 20% Of
Clock-Radio will of the be presentedon carnival. and Mrs. O.J. Boyette Church is having their annual Post CMlrol.Household '
the night anxiousfor and family visited their bro homecoming Sunday, Oct. 5. 40 Lb. Bag

PTA mothers are to assist in andsister-in-law, Mr. and A covered dish dinner at the -DeWitt C. JonesFuneral :, 141 "i :You.Chclc., .
other parents Mrs:Don Boyette and family, church:will begin at 12:45: and 'I, =:cOWMIIIU&1
the carnival.. If,you wish to )I" "q' r"(. sit
have not been of Macclenny Saturday night: special singing, at help but person- Mrs. Onie Thornton of planned for the day. Home'STARKE Pest'' Control '
Or 50 Lb.
contacted, please call the I For A Green Yard Thru Winter BagMICHIGAN
ally Auburndale plans to spend Friends and members are w. eHtr ratular. ..", Ie. againstamaaraialne '
of the PTA
school office or any "' "uC" '. dliaaiacarrying
with her sister, invited to attend.
some time :
This year's OUA
officers. "pnti..a ANT1 'o
Pierce Crews and her 964-62OO .....
several new games Mrs. rpNOnOwOv PHONE .Ie.and Invaitmant mat may
have ..... ...,.
son-in-law and daughter, RENTAL yw many' tlmat ma Your Choice
and rides and your assistanceis Atwood. Working mother's system: $-25
needed. and Mrs. W.F. Put all mending and ironing in HOSPITAL BEDS. WALKERS.WHEEL CHAIRS 5 Lbs.:
Attendance during the first Mr. and Mrs. S.L. a big box in a closet corner. lie CRUTCHES $ 99
mmth of school has been their grandparents, Mr Label TO BE OUTGROWN. 473-317-.6 50 Lb. Bag '10" 1J
Robertson, o
excellent. Special recognitiongoes spent the weekend at Disney Contributed by Rose Sch- KEYSTONE HEIGHTS '."".. OrnamentalPest

to .Miss This Anderson'shomeroom. first grade World. wenneker Control Save On Fertilizers Now
attendance Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wilki- -- -- e -- a e a e -- -------- ---- A matt.Invariant tarvlca far tnahaalth
group through had September perfect 16. son spent the weekend with .and w> kaauty aNar control a* yavreremtda. of 1j Saves '1 A Bag On Grotone

Teachers generally send their son and daughter-in-law, emnch ant and attiar Intact aaal*
student work home each day. Mr. and Mrs. Danny. Wilkison, ana)dlauaia. 'In von lawn,thrakaandtraai. RtD WEED & FEED.. f7" $698
You work are asked child to brings review home the and Mrs. J.C. Tye, Jr., .:.:..-- -Ifio.- Bag Covers 2500 Sq. Ft.
your =
of South Daytona
and family,
and if the you material have presented questions spent the weekend with theirparents --- '--....: Save *1 A Bag On Grotone
about Mr. and Mrs. J.C.Tye $598
please bring it to the attentionof PELLETS
Sr. "
the school. Mr., and Mrs. Gene Pearson Ii Spanish.. .."'NI Moss_ a,anumaatal Control
Physical fitness testing is spent Tuesday to Sunday of .. -- --I (; c........ _............. mata h,, 9-7-7 50 Lb. Bag Was ails'RM
underway at the school. Coach last week in Gatlinburg, .. e......to rat....ry....maMlmumvtotd "'
the tests. ...
Redding is giving af nut ran Marina Save
Please contact him if you are Tain., and with relatives in traat. 50 Golden! Quality $449

interested in your child's phy- Greenville Mrs. Pierce S.C.Crews and Mrs. 2 DAYS ONLY'AT 6-6-6 100% Oraanlc R.g. 4"ei

sical education PERSONALSMrs. program. Onie Quincy Thornton Rosier funeral attended Sunday the VAN H. PRIESTW. .' Kill Flea Roach* Ant t Bx SE YIN

Scott Davies and son afternoon. Weed ControlAnatltar: Spider All Through Safe On Animals
of Pensacola, flew home analspent ,- "'In'"In aw _...11I1. The Houaa Dal00lt ,

Monday to Friday with 1 I m I Call St. 5 & 10 Starke ,.aarvlca la.II ea.Nlna.hrap particularly advantaaawa plain I ... small $+ 67 Vegetables
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I kama taa itaraea Klantt' all Industrial ; 7 "i? jivti'bunj; 4 Lb. Bag
B.F. McCulley, and David. FRIDAY I SAT. ( Oct.3r.tI4th. ) tHta. t2" $159
Mrs. Barry Watts returned '
home from U.S. Naval DOUBLE KNITREMNANTS. e Lary.. R.O.2"

Hospital, Jacksonville, on 44Yd. $337
Thursday where she under- $1 CNLORDANE

went surgery recently. We areglad ( r //\.1 Farm Pest Control DUST Lb. Bag $. 1 6 .
to report that she Is Wa ara t..y aealMad. la arataetyaar BMSECT "2-
improving. larat .,,11II....... catna and
Sympathy of the communityis ON BOLTS M MDOUBLE .......... Ml* aHlclant ana sate, Dog or CatrNMtcaNmLtaRNan.NNw. HLORDIIE
extended to the family and (;1 te4t 4 t foraying aarvlca.Phone FLEACOLLARS $1',g
relatives of J.Q. Rosier, who si rll"Cu".fl KNIT $2 Ra RANULE .'

passed away last Thursday ? ,, '
afternoon.Mr. .
and Mrs. Joey Dobbs TOMATO-VEG
and daughter,of Jacksonville, The people of the First ALL SUMMER 964-5745 Rt"
visited their grandparents, Baptist Church of Starke DRAPERYMATERIAL I a to Ea. 4 Lb. Bag $ 29
Mr.and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs, last invite you to Worship God I REMNANTS For R.9.2"

Sunday afternoon. with them this Sunday. I Free Inspection Redwood Metal Plastic Hang Up &
Mr.and Mrs. Phil Eunice,of
Graham, visited theirparents Sunday School, ':4S a.m., 3 Yds: $100 $100 ydI I Estimate BIR EEDERS Sties 2 0 Off
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Morning Worship 11:00a.m.
Eunice, Friday night. ., Christian Training, I I
Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly i:1S p.m. Lord's Supper, CHARMIN JERGENS WESTINGHOUSE

was visited staying Mrs. Jim with Burton her mother, who, 7:30 p.m.ATTEND. BATHROOM TISSU SOAP LIGHT BULBS j jI I II 4

Mrs. Mary Dinkins, at Ala- ----- ,
chua General Hospital, 4/130 5 BARS 5/531 2/39 1
Gainesville, on Tuesday. HOMECOMING I r
Those visiting Mr. and Mrs. atMorgan .- ;
Carl Prevatt during the week Road
were their daughter Mrs. Baptist Church BLANKETS
LH. Harper, of Starke, for Sunday,October 5Dlnn.ro..tIIeground $3" !
dimer on Thursday. Their .
granddaughter? Mrs. Landry 12:00 NOON FULL 0 NY MOWER IN STOCK
Way, and children; their son, Bob Cooper, Pastor TWIN ar .

J.C., Prevatt of Gainesville Jr. and, and grandson Mr.- The people at First Baptist FORRIDERS

and Mrs. Wayne Harper and Church encourage you hit !I TORO-HJHN-FAMOUS
son, of Starke, for dinner on to attend the Homecoming !
Saturday.Mrs. activities at Morgan. Road I ,.

Settle Wolfe and sons, Baptl..OIurch.ThI.youngchurch 93'I, NAM
of Fort Myers spent the has a program of '
weekend with her mother, Bible teaching and worshipthat '
Mrs. Hester Hicks, and her I you will enjoy. It is one J- $ LOiIDA GARDEN
brother-in-law and sister Mr. ot the agresslve churches

and Mrs. Glen Shuford and working together with the 21" I UT CENTER
family.Mr. churches ot the New River
and Mrs.Bennett Wilkl- Baptist Association te NTIOL. 539 Eut Call Sc.
son, Jr., of Jacksonville reach and teach people In Now For Christmas PH. 964-5745 .
visited their parents Mr. and the name .Jkrlst.. Lay-A-Way .
B.L. WUklson, Sr., '
Mrs. -----
-- --- ---
Saturday afternoon.

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Tuesday Deadline CLASSIFIED Noon for AD preceding Insertion RATES t FOR SALE J t HElP WANTED 1 I t : fOR RENT J t REAL ESTATE j UNITED Reg.National 206 Real Faulkner-Broker S.FARM Water Estate AdvertisingPaul AGENCY Broker St. HeatersFrom Space C i I

Thursday before publication.
FOR SALE: Pony cart and o Irene Faulkner-Assoc. $1 Q95
ATTENTION DEMON FOR RENT: 12' wide mobile 964-5065
Minimum Charge'2.00 harness, 7 mo. old. St. i
(Covers. 13 Words) Bernard reglstemd.964-8150. STRATORS: Toys & Gifts. homes outside city limits. J.B.
Each word over 15 Itchg. 10/2: Work now thru December White. Ph. 964-6114. tfchg. 5 acres with double wide mobile At SAWYER f:

10 cents I- ------------ FREE sample/ Kit. No ex- .--+-------.--:. home partially furnished excellent I
perience needod. Call or write e>t condition. Priced at $22,000 SLADEGAS
All Classified Ads must be FOR SALE: Yellow lawn sand Santa's Parties, Avon Conn. lTlUI with 10% down.
red clay fill dirt top soil Real Facts / E RI'
06001. Ph. 1 (12031) 673-3465.
paid for In advance unless .M - -
you building sand limerock AUTOMOBILESUSED
peat. Also Booking Parties. 8/21
lots for sale.
have an established account We have building Long Champ
Ph. Florahome Real
659-2128.10/2 on
13tp 1113Maintenance ,
with the Telegraph. In that 4tp 10/23 N RFt U.TYr - -
----------- I home. 1
event 50 cents extra charge Estate 3 bedroom,2 bath new Home and
.for billing. Not responsible for acre of land. Terms
when FOR SALE: One couch & chair man wanted, Y Building MaterialsWE ]
errors given over the ------------ BYCecelia I'I.-
upright piano for best offer.
painting some
phone or when copy Is not carpenter FOR SALE: 1970 Ford Torino FOR SALE Magnifying glassesof BUILD
,typed and brought to the of. 9648693. 1tp 10/2 work general fix up. Apply In GT PS, PB A/C automatic all sizes with handles. At The
------------ Cadillac Uniform
Mice.'PERSONALSERVICE.. person. Mfg. trans. Good condition 1250. Terwillegar Office Shop. "YOUR PLANS OR OURS
Co., 441 East Brownlee I
FOR SALE Cast Iron wood Street Starke Fla., 9/25 431-1277 Raiford. Itp 9/25, YOUR LOT OR OURS' ,
24 ------------
heaters &28 Inch
at Dah- 2 chg 10/2 Why should you uses real estate agent when you buyor BYRON E. DUCE, FREE ESTIMATES I
mars Discount. 10/2
14tchg ------------ sell property There are three main reasons for Reg. ROD'/ Estate Blbker
12/31 using a real estate agent first an agent Is a 393 N.Temple Ave. i REMODELING REPAIRS j
------------ Charge positions open forLPN's HOUSES FOR SALEFOR professional, a qualified expert In the field second an ADDITIONS

FOR SALE 1968 Chevy two ton 7-3 and 3-11...Need agent has the Information available about the housesor 160
truck chassis..Tires and drive individuals with leadership land that you want and third an agent can help you acres HOMES BOUGHT SOLD
b WANTED: Call Register Oil Co. train in good condition. See at ability.;' Flexible scheduling. make up your mind advising you as to the type of House&3 acres TRADED

5 p..4 964-5888 today to set up an Register Oil Co. 308 S. Cal Mrs. Robinson RN 964- property that would be most suitable for you. House on appx. 1/2 acre [ ACREAGE FOR SALE !
appointment to have your Thompson $600. Itchg 10/2 6220) Monday thru Friday 8 SALE 5 room house 1 The real' estate agent knows what property Is Completely/ furnished.
'space heater cleaned before ------------ a.m. to 4 p m. Itp 10/2 bath ducted heat 100 x 100 available and he has Information about the property - 964-6853
cold weather. 9/25 4tchg FOR SALE: Stock car of all __ its condition the kind of neighborhood surrounding the i
parts ---- ----- fenced with 10 x 20 utility 2400 sq. ft. bldg., ready for a HWY. 301 S STARKE TF
t 10/16 kinds .One complete 289 aluminum building. In Starke property and so forth. He will ask the right questionsof business on State Hway, just
* --------- engine transmission wheels AVON CALLING!) lo buy u Mil i near Mores & !schools. Ph. you to ascertain the kind of property you need and out of City. l

HOWS OF HOBBYS: Full/ line of and tires, and rear end. See Avon call 756-0731! or write 964-6349. 9/26 2tp he will help you with all the paperwork that goes with - -

C /arts and crafts. Also guarsnteedstereorepeW.15&A Gene Sellers at Terwillegar Lama dyatt, P.O. Box 220 ------------ buying a house or some 'land; 3 BR house, just refinished
; \ West Ford. Up 10/2 Lake City Ra. 32055.'tfchg. Our agency Is dedicated to serving your needs. Giveus inside. $ SAVE $ y{'
ff. Cal Ph. 964-7329. tfchg. ----------- FOR SALE: Three bedroom, 2 a call today. - I
:. .:: :. :. FOR SALE:' Mobile Home Parts bath block home on one acre If you own property outside of FRED DAVIS .

\ AMERICAN FAMILY SOUND: and supplies. OUN'S MOBILE two miles W. of Starke. Call PREFERRED PROPERTIES county & want to sell see us. I
i ti) Sales. service, installation, HOMES SALES Hwy. 100 Motorcycles Heritage Realty of Gainesville GMC TRUCKS
L stereos phono reel-reel, W. Starke, 964-6606 tfchg. t J 377.2810 for appointment. Colley Road Large well built CB home, :3 BR. 2B, Let us help you with your BUICK PONTIAC"A !

., tapes casaenes, radios. Work ----------:- -= -' 10/2/ 1tp 10/9 CH&A, terrazzo floors throughout fireplace, over an financing. LITTLE RIDE CAN ,

f: guaranteed. 156-A West Call, FOR SALE Every Thursday Friday ------------ .ere of land.OWNER SAVE YOU A LOT" TF Ii ,
9647329. FOR SALE Farm with. 3 ----- Listing needed for 3 BR house. COVE SPRINGS";
1.(1 tfchg.fjlO Saturday & Sunday FOR SALE: 1971 Honda CL 70. : GREEN i'
.____ bedroom house partially FINANCED..Good terms..Remote yet
antique furniture books good condition cheap
x 20 PATIO COVERS:. bottles dishes, and old transportation$125. 964-6287. furnished 2 car carport on 10 close In .40 of the cleanest acres you'll ever see. Plentyof VERNIE ODOM BRASINGTON I ,

,\. Homes and mobile homes. house.235 S. Lake Ave., Lake Itp 1012SUZUKI acres pasture & pines fenced hay, some timber fenced ft cross fenced... 964-5476 964-7700 Cadillac-Oldsmobile .

; $180 installed' $140 unin- Butler, Ra. 496-2044. 9/25 ------------ & cross fenced. Tractor & ponds..home with CH&A. Large LR. Country kitchen Sales& Service
. stalled. GATOR MOBILE 4tchg 10/16 : new equipment live stock i complete with 59 friendly farm animals. Barn. 2 car Fine Selection Of Used I :
Ph. 372-. OF STARKE'Y4Arauthorized included. 35000. 964-8739. garage..an interesting, complete package. Cars f
t.. HOME SERVICE CO. ----------- Taken On \
t: Suzuki Dealer. 10/2 2tp 10/9 ----- 10 ACRES
9767, Gainesville. tfchg. Cadillac Trades
;FbR SACWBBnub noSe Band If for the perfect home site In the
Call- are
Phone 984.6020.304 East ------------ you 2001 N.W.13
t1 mm-*e* IMJ mil miw rm-TT wr 3785301GAINESVILLE
gun$56.22 hand guns$24.95, Street. rlchg. FOR SALE: Five room one country we have ill Fifty-four of the very best acres 10 Minutes From \
SEWING MACHINES repaired 25 automatic guns from In Bradford County with approx. 100 loaded pecan I
bath house one or two tf
---------.-- .
al makes cleaned, oiled and $4995. Dahmers Discount. acres. One acre ideal for trees ...located right In the middle of the strawberry Keystone Heights t,

adjusted $7. Work guar tfchgAMERICAN' house or mobile home site. country. Owner financed. ) Per Acre
anteed. James Strickland 9 l,7bl j

comer Morgan. Road & Hwy. t WANTED 1DISTRIBUTORS Two paved miles road.east 9646792.of Starke 10/2 on We now have excellent--acreage---that we can sell in 10 We Have Used 1
16. tfchg FAMILY SOUND: $15900 Per Mo..
2tp sand 15 acre tracts with owner financing. fl
Sales, service. Installation 10/9----- WASHERS & 'fl
iii'5-s wlCo;; -. ---**"*"" ,
er No Lawi'dnd $35
stereos, phono reel-reel. sFortyRveacres< II In and with home ,, '
: a pasture pretty
ketpening..service .gi It cjilar, I I I "4Vok I i WAfeTetJtWe"' 'I f f -RANGES" up
.1'.66$ Tesetles"75d flowers*2* percent down..balance In 10 years at 8 percent WEST CENTRA.orREALTY. ,
hand carbide, chain, mower I' need independent dstr \Jtort' FOR SALE:: 3 BR CB 1M bath
blade hollow ground and bal. ''guaranteed. 118- Court, .964- for this area. Invest only your central heat & air, comer lot, Interest. INC. Sawyer- I

?arced. Leave at Jackson 7329.: tfchg. lime and effort. Earn part time fenced back yard patio U- Registered Broker
Budding Supply Stake or ---,---------; level family room with fireplace 1-378-2308. Anytime Appliances I
and your present job or
Keystone' Heights, tfchg.* FOR SAlfeT'Bxa Linoleum $3.9! full time and triple your in storage building & Cecelia: T. Terwlllegar Evenings ArtPatray Call:
Ph. 964-
JMl K- P. !!V some appliances. 332 W. Madison
9x12 Linoleum 898. J9Q come. For additional In. Reg. Real Estate Broker 173-2039
CLEANING time ao-in. 8073 or 9645639. tfchg. '
HEATER '12x12 and 12x15 in stock. formation send your name I 304 We.t Modlton 964.7701 \ .
& -----------
is cleaning -
Jr. Reaves now address, and phone no. to T. Office V64-7774 .
Hundreds to choose frqm at
y fixing all gas and oil furnaces Dahmers, Discount tfchg. n' T. Enterprises, Suite B/8, FOR SALE: Beautiful new brick home 964-3145 3 BR. 2 bath, CB, dwg. on extra I v
.* Call 964-6351. home. 3 BR, 2 baths large
t appliances.: 4719 New Hope Rd.. Raleigh Starke Florida large cor. lot in City w/ ; ,
-- -------- .
9/114tp 10/2 N.C. 27604. 10/2 10/9 kitchen family room doublecar j '.swimming pool central heat &
needles tor-. central air & heat. I Well Drilling I
------------ ..'SALICiamond: port, r ;
------------ air conditioning.
.. BARGAIN CENTER: :301 S. any stereo. over 247 differentones Located in Lake Butler. 496- -

Starke. Plumbing supplies we have them all. Dan- WANTED: Timber highest 3227._9/25/ 2tchg 10/2 WATERFRONT: Small cottageon 4 BR. 2 bath CB. dwg. Central 2" thru 6"i
ill ,,commodes $3996, PVC pipe mar's Discount. tfchg. prices paid, F.J. Saunders; -- --------- scenic clear lake large m TG'an I Heat & Air Conditioning on, i
> 4 454 5 ft. ,----- ------. 533-2621.9125 10/16 Fast Rotary
J fh",10,3/4.15, 4- 4tp enough for all water sports. Large cor. lot in City.
J fiber: glass shower and tub ------------ Carson.
18 of timberland - -
Drilling Equipment
Inc.. single hung aluminum located on SR-21 For You won't find another like It ;3 BR. frame, house outside city r

windows and jalousie win- information Call I.W. spacious, custom designed 4 REAL ESTATE ,excellent condition. 2.3 acres. State Licensed
5J dows. tfchg.WEDDING 813-822-4707 bed, 2 bth cedar home on Lake - -
Ph. .
or :
( FOR RENT 1 erat.J'''''','..v. ..wrty.
Brooklyn ...a beautiful home. BR. 2 bath CH&A
;. u ;s-WS: 822-4805 10/2 St. Petersburg. 3tp Handyman special $3.600 LAWTEY One$38.000-3 Acre lot 1,656 sq. ft. living | Pumps |I

They can be reasonable. Let ------------. 2 BR, 4 acres $6,500 Large 1 1/2 acre lake lots on 2 BR frame house $3,350, terms. area. 1 % miles out of City Limits
j..* ;me show you our albums Ph. Lake HamptOn Good terms, cal 2 BR frame house$8,400 terms ,of Starke. New & UsedSales.PartsServlce
Ct FOR SALE Case pocket knaves FOR RENT: Unfurnished 2 while the fish are biting, .
964-5313. today 3 BR with aluminum siding & - -
tfchg.--- 3 miles Handyman special 7.500
1' -..... now at' Oahmers Discount bedroom doublewtde chain link fence reduced to For Sale: 2 story, house close to
EXPERIENCED/ tfchg. North of Starke near US-301. 1 homeshes, $2500 with as furnished
.ELECTRICIAN, acre town. Upstairs apt.
.. 4 BR. 2 tots 10.500
-- ---- Quiet country. Ample space and 5 E-Z TermsPlumbing
$250 down to
J:- ; licensed, bonded. reasonable little as years 12 Acres fenced wet), pole & downstairs. 3 BR.
I-rates, save money. 9646061. FOR SALE: Double beds $39.96, for garden or pets. Available 2BR 1 acre $7.600 pili...this Is an offer you can't septic tank $15,000. terms. -
f tfchg. twin $29.95 rdl-a-way $20 Oct. 20. Ph. 964-8656. Itp refuse. 19 Acres. Lawtey, good timber | j

.:.._-- ----- used furniture appliances air 10/2 3 "lQtta" STARKE terms. ;
conditioners 110V. 220V. New ,,3 bedroom, 1 1/2 bth - -
Starke 2 frame cent heat/air,
114 Christian Street Starke congdeum $2 yd., and porch FOR RENT: 3 bedroom 2 bath carpet: cent heat and air.. In caner lot chain link fence 176 Acres Brcoker, area, some New Installation

Ra. Thursdays and Sundays, swings 4ft. $16, 5 ft. 18. living room kitchen, dining 2 BR lakefront $22,000Off Keystone quo Estates convenient 19400. .;planted pines.
8 Call 9644-5709. 964- And ten thousand other items. room Fla. room fully car- location to everything. - Remodeling
5434 p.m.or 473-2108. 9/25 14tp The Bargain Center 301 S, of peted $225 per mo. plus SR-100-3 BR $22,000 Cane by Sunday afternoon. OUT OF CITY 1 BR Frame House Fireplace
1224ICHlLDCARET/ Starke. tfchg. utilities. Available Oct. 1st. Lens on the golf course and off 3 BR Masonry 2 bath, family Central Heat & Air. 12 acres Repairs
964-7347 or 964-5395. tfchg. 4 2 MA $22.600 $3500 with rd.
BR bath !
-" ------------ starting at great room sep. dining room cent javed
: My home: hot ------------ Reno 3 BR brick tarns. Choose your new home h t/alr. many extras on 1 acre 1 - -
lunches, snacks, fenced play TOP SOIL FILL DIRT: 6 days a FOR RENT: Two bedroom $23.660 from our selection today. lot. 1 & 2 acres mobile home sites, I Durranc.f|
week dozer work end
: rouse, furnished spacious N.W. of Starke Terms.
'yard shady. Hour, day orweak. 3 BR, 2 acres: $24,600
dragline work. Call 468-1873 gounds.Quiet neighborhood, Attractive 3 ''2 bath -
new BR -
321 Butler with 3 BR
All 60 Acre farm pond
(Terrace. Starke.9/114tp 10/2 Star Rt. Hampton STEPHEN no pets. 782-3279. 1tp 10/2 Southgate, 3 BR $28.000 home on 1 acre $29,960. 10% house planted pasture will Pump & Supply
.. Roberts Jr.
964-5610! .. LAND/ILL ------------ dawn, assume mortgage. No dMde terms. George.
.. ----------- Furnished '
.-------- FOR RENT: one Lawtey ;3 BR brick $31.000 closing costs. :1 REQ REAL ESTATE BROKER Company
MOBILE: HOME rVrUVlNU: Also LOSE'WEiGHT safely & fast bedroom apt. Electric and hot 12 acre home or mobile home tf 964-7826
mobile home hurricane anchoring with X-11 Diet Plan $3. water\ furnished.964-8071. Itp Keystone 3 BR brick $44,000 LK. Edwards III &Associates site 2500. 864 N. Temple Ave.

and mobile home roofS REDUCE excess fluids with X- 10/2 Real Estate Broker
(coating. .Olin's MOBILE Pol $3. KOCH DRUG STORE. ------------ Hampton-ltt acres $9.200 4734883 Keystone Heights 1 LAWTEr Fit.78238O6. Starke
7/3 10/9 FOR RENT: Mobile home on 2 tt 475-2636
964-6606 Kt.100W. 15tchg -
Home Service. acres with storage building 3 Lawtey 2.75 acres: $9,600 )t, 964-7061 II
----- ------ r |
Starka Ra. tfchg. Twr Mum win,. nr-uir- DaidsonMobile
nibs south of Starke on 301. '0' I _
.--- AAD ----- 'l.r.USON'SHOUSE $100 month. 964-6616., Itp Lawtey 4.4 acres $9,600

$3,000 lot ------------ 2 canal lots 3.300 '
WILL TRADE a FOR SALE In City Limits :.
.. (Zoned for mobile home or Many, brands'of new. vacuums. FOR RENT: 3 bedroom mobile 4 canal lots. $78005506acretractsontheSanta 50.00 TradeIn Sun SportsMORE
farm Usdd available home Griffis Loop. 964-
good on
house) for a $30 Per Mo. BOAT FOR
102 -fxpert Repairs al makes.. 10/2 Fe
468-1661.1 'Itp Itp
bettor FOR SALE: 1972. 12 x 60, 2 Allowance
Parts and Accessories for all ------------ River $2,000/acre
bedroom 2 bath mobile Walk To .New
Built in central FOR RENT Two bedroom STARKE PH 964-5791
vacuums. : .
vacuum cleaning systems. 712N. mobile home. Furnished In % acre. MH. terms $5.000 home. Excellent condltiin. (Regardless Of Shopping Center I I

t: FOR SALE. 1 TF. Main' Gainesville 376-711%. 8245.country.Itp 964-6261 10/2 or 964-. 7 acres'in town $18,000 Assume%633-2 payments 63.,1tp_ $84.40 10/2/ per Condition) City, Gee, Water I SewerOn COMPLETE DRIVE OUTBOARD SERVICE aSTERN

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FOR RENT: Extra clean 3 10 acres Theresa $12,600 FOR SALE: 1971 Aljo$ travel On Any
GARAGE SALE: Household FOR SALE: 7V4 acre. of lend bedroom trailer 160. Utilities trailer 19 ft., self containedwith Jolu Hotel I COMPLETE FIBERGLASS
tome clothes tools, antique cleared and fenced. One well, furnished Mature famiy only.: Lawtey 10 acres: $" .000 air and heat 2000. Ph. Ippllanollt..RWVER.. REPAIR
furniture pot plants. Thurs., lights&septic tank.964-7988. 468-1985. 10/2 2tchg 109FOR' 964-868)after 5 p.m. Up 10/2- 964-8810: CUSTOM BUILT FIBERGLASS -
I t. Set.. & Sun. 7 e.m. to 7 9/25 2tp 10/2 PeetsvHIe 11 acre $10,000 ------------ w FISHING BOATS
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.,. Itchg 10/2 BOATS--- RENT?: ,OWn's btibdrvntv172 -, Gsrege; huskiest with houee on home 2 BR. $250 down and
>acre Jots, $2500 per:, US-301 take up payments of 9199. SLRDE
LE-Ai4- month. Water & Sewage Oliifc Subdivision
FOR-s piece $2.600 balance owed. Ph.. wI
bedroom suite, hair dryer.Jewelry FOR SALE: Fishing boat, fiber furnished. For infwmetlon eel 700 foot highway 301 frontage 964-6310. 1tchg 10/2 APPLIANCE
. micro wave oven and does, 15 ft. In''excellent Mark Olin. Ollra Mobile US-301. 21 acres; terms ------------
many more savings The condition with like new 'heavy Homes Setae. Hwy...100 W.. $36,000 FOR SALE:, Concord mobile 332 W. Madison
132 Wat. Call Gator treter. with Stark*: 964-6608. t+chg. .. 984-7701 t tI
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St. Itp 10/2 bucket seat for base fishing. .. .J-9.ooo $3,000.8948398 or 964-7587.. $

.- ----':':-- $300. H.F. Wiggins/ 964-8582 'FOR RENT!' : Extra dean: 3 bedroom .. ....tI 9/25.4Ip 10/18 I I
after 8 p.m. 1tp 10/2 trailer $150., No utilities I iWe have '.n..:other typoproperties "- -- FOR RENT

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ca also FOR RENT: One trailer lot. Cal FRED SACKETT' V, furnished or unfurnished t ,
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I. Legals- Legal [3 uCPG'' D'r : BUS Girls Competitive In first Track MeetsThe .

Bradford High girls'cross Hazen placed seventh, Lynn edging by her teammate witha score the higher the stan-

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF pursuant to Final Judgment or country team was edgedout Pierce placed eighth and 9:48: time. Francis Coltrane dings. .

EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR- Foreclosure entered in the above of the first{ place by one Linda Richardson placed 15th. came in seventh, at 10:42: and This is the first year for thegirls'

BRADFORD COUNTY CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR styled con September 29, Bassmasters arrived at point in its first two meets of "For our first meet I Nancy McNeal was tenth, at cross country, and one

FLORIDA BRADFORD COUNTY. 1975 I'will sell the folowlng Dunn's Creek brighteyedand the season, and the first ever thought we did well," Melba 11:12.: Ruth Hazen was out Mrs. Howard said she thinks.
described property situate in with the flu. has potential.
competition for BHS coeds.In Howard, girls cross
bushy-tailed the country
on morn-
File No.75-259 CASE NO. Bradford County Florida ing of Sept 13. After back-to- the first meet against conch said. "The girls were a little up- "If I can just keep the girls

Division(1-2342)( ) back tournaments in Rodman Buchholz and P.K. Yonge in "It was the space, between set about this one," Howard healthy, I think we'll do well,"
The of GENE: Lots 1, 2, 3, and 4, Block 3, she said.
IN RE: Marriage most anyplace would have Gainesville Sept 26, the Brad- eighth and 15th that hurt us. said.The
IN RE: estate of ODIAPHINE WILUAM MARSHALL, Hus- Santa Fe Shores according to been an improvement. ford runners came In secondto We needed about an eleventh girls run again Saturday The cross country boys

WILLIAMS DECEASED. band/Petitioner and MARY plat thereof recorded in Plat Buchholz who won with 38 place," she said. at a St. Joseph's Invita could not compete as a teamin

LOUISE MARSHALL, Wife/Re Book 2, Page 75 of the public At 7 a.m. all Bassmasters points. Bradford had 39 points, But the girls improved in tional. Eight schools will be its meet Sept. 26, because ,

NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo opondent. records of Bradford County manned their boats, and and P.K. Yonge had 43. the next meet with Linda competing, the winning team not all the members were..eli-' I

all creditors and all persons Florida. headed for their secret Haw_ St. Joseph's Academy of St. Richardson moving from 15th receiving a trophy and the top gible to compete.

having claims or demands NOTICE OF SUIT- hole.The weather was beauti- Augustine slipped by Brad- to fifth, with a 10:13: time. five girls receiving medals.' Kirk Hunsinger, FreddyBell

against this estate: NO PROPERTY at public sale to the highest ful until mid-evening then it ford with 27 points to the Lynn Pierce came in fourth The following week is open, and Frankie Kilby did

You are notified and requiredby bidder for cash on Tuesday began to rain. The weatherwas Tornadoes' 28. Keystone with a 9:49: time, and Mary but Howard said she is trying run. Cross Country Coach

Section 733.15 Florida ToMary: Louise Marshall October 14 1975 between 11:00: a factor in late evening Heights ran In the meet but Ormsbee placed second, to schedule a meet. Grover Howard was relatively
Statutes to file any claims and address unknown o'clock A.M. and 2:00: o'clock: could not accumulate points Cross Country is a 1.5-mile pleased with those boys' performances -

demands which you may have P.M. at the front door of the lishing., i since it did not field a full Special HuntWeekends run. Scores are tallied by the but said he looks

against the estate of YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat Bradford County Courthouse. Bob Allen and myself found team. places the runners come in. forward to some full-scale.

ODIAPHINE WILLIAMS an action for dissolution of the going rough as we con- In Gainesville, Mary Orms- Therefore, the lower the competition.,

deceased In the Circuit Court in marriage has been filed against Gilbert S. Brown tinued to fish during the bad bee placed fourth, Cindy SetForBlanding I

and for Bradford County Room you and you are required to As Clerk of said Court weather.Bob had a nice stringof Griffith placed fifth, Ruth Punt Pass and Kick
101 County Courthouse serve a copy of your written By: Beulah M. Moody bass to show for his efforts; Registration

Starke Florida, within four defenses if any to It on SHAW Deputy Clerk my string had plenty of room I
months from the date of the first AND KOPELOUSOS. Attorneysfor Itchg 10/2 left.
Students Grants Six special hunts sponsoredby Open Through This Friday Oct. 3 I
publication of this notice. Petitioner, whose address is ------------- ,
the Florida
Each claim or demand must 142 West Call Street Post Office all boats returnedto Game and
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO At 8 p.m. For EducationAre
Fresh Water
Commission Championships
be in writing and must state the Box 1086 Starke Florida REGISTERA the landing looking for a Registration for the annual to the National I

place of residence and post- 32091 and file the original with FICTITIOUS NAME dry spot. I gathered from the are set for the weekends Punt, Pass and Kick Competition at the Super Bowl.

office address of the claimant the Clerk of the abovestyledCourt expression on their faces that Available ahead at Camp Blanding. is open through Friday There is no body contact'and

and must be sworn to by the on or before October 27, Pursuant to Section 865.09 they were glad to see 8 p.m.. Archery weekends have Oct. 3, with a clinic for contestants the contest is based on,.the
claimant. his agent or his at- 1975 otherwise a judgment may Florida Notice is arrive. Several grants studentsmay been slated for Oct. 11-12 18- set for that afternoon entrant's ability to punt, pass
torney. be entered against you for the After all boats weighed in, use for financing education 19, 25-26 and Nov. 1-2. from 3:30: to 5 at the Pratt and place-kick for distance
that the -
hereby given undersigned '
Each creditor shall deliver relief demanded in the Petition. R.F. Bryant and H.F. Wigginshad after high school are Muzzle loader weekends are Street Playground. ,with accuracy.
F. Delano
sufficient copies of his claim to WITNESS my hand and theseal won another tournament. available from the U.S. set for Oct. 25-26, and Nov. 1-2. Boys and girls, ages 8-13, s
1404 Ree Street, Starke Florida
mail the 23rd Department of Health, Edu- Both check stations on the eligible and need The contest is sponsored by
enable the Oerk to one to I of said Court on H.F. landed a fine 7M-pound are they only
32091 doing business under the > cation and Welfare Office north side of SR-16 will at Terwillegar Ford Motors of
each personal representative.Dated day of September 1915.GILBERT bass. R.F that he turnedone open submit a completed
fern of A.J. Thomas says
name Ed cation. 5:45: a.m. each and Starke. The Recreation
September 8, 1975. registration form which may
in the river that could
621 North Walnut over
ALBERTA WILLIAMS as S. BROWN Realty have swallowed H.F.'s 7%- The grants range from $200 Sunday.Archery hunters needa be picked up at the Pratt Department conducts the

Executrix of the Estate of As Cork of said Court Street Starke Bradford R.F. will not tell a to $1,000. Deadline for the valid hunting license and Street Center. event.. ;

Odiaphine Williams Deceased. By: Beulah Moody County Florida 32091. intendsto lie pounder.but he has been known to 1W5-76 year is March 15 1976. wildlife management area Each youngster will. com- This year's contest is set for

9/18 4tchg 109NOTICE Deputy Clerk register said fictitious name stretch, the truth "a little." Applications are avahablefrom permit. There is no quota on pete only against his own age Saturday, Oct. 4 at the Pratt
under the provisions of aforesaid high school counselors the number of hunters Street Playground. It beginsat
9/25 4tchg 10:16: These two Bassmasters are per- group. Trophies will be
-- Statute. postsecondary financial aid .mitted Into the area. awarded to the top three in 10 a.m. Contestants shouldbe
--------- ------------- sole well out in front, "pointwise.
F. Delano Thomas No one has really challengedthem officers or by writing Basic Archers and muzzle loader each. Winners may advance: there at 9:45: a.m. ?9 i
NOTICE owner. P.O. Box hunters will have &
OF Grants 84, Washing- a new area
Bids will be opened at the Dated this 30th day of yet. D.C. to hunt this
REGISTERA ten 20044. coming hunting Truck Bonanza
he is Sal
Don M
FICTITIOUS NAME School Board Meeting In the September. A.D. 1975 at Thompson to says H.F. Students may use the grantsat season (Nov. 8-Jan. 4))., *'f

Pursuant to Section 866.09 School Administration Building Starke Florida. really happy see any of over 5,800 collegesand Raiford prison has opened -

Florida Statutes Notice is Monday October 13 1975 at 10/4 4tp 10/23 Wiggins as point leader but universities, community approximately 7.000 acres on
that Don will not
hereby given that the undersigned 7:00: P.M. for a 1965 Volks hopes happy long. Sounds stay like colleges vocational and tech- the north side of SR-125 west (aEc1FEEw( ; ( ] ( :
--- very
be -----------
J. E.WILSON. 114 West wagen. The vehicle may Don plans to make a move nical schools, career acade- of US-301 for hunting. -
Call Street Starke Florida inspected at the BradfordUnionArea PUBLIC NOTICE toward the mies and hospital schools ofnursing. Because of the small size,
the Vocational-Technical Cen The School Board of Bradford only archery and muzzle- .
32091 doing business under rp
On behalf of the Bassmas-
firm name of The Village ter. County, Florida will consider ter's Club I would like to con- They may be used for any l loader type hunting is per- :II
Sealed bids should be sent to proposed change in School mitted. In order hunt l
Cobbler 114 West Call Street gratulate R.F. and H.F. on educational expenses, but to this 7C ,
Board Rules 4512 and 5315
the Bradford County School area, a Lake Butler wildlifearea
Starke Bradford County the September may not exceed one-half the
winning Z
Florida 32091 intends to register Board 582 North' Temple relating to the vacation time tournament. total cost of a year's educa- permit and quota hunt -.* Truck Bonanza 0 I IE
earned by twelve month instructional Salo ,
said fictitious name under the Avenue Starke Florida 32091 Hyacinths were pretty bad tion. permit are required. After the *

provisions of aforesaid Statute.J. and should be marked "BID and non-Instructional south of Dunn's Creek on the first nine days of the season n
E. WILSON sole owner. VOLKSWAGEN". employees) at 5 p.m., October You know what's worse than only a wildlife management ,
St.Johns River. They create a A 74
16. 1975 in the School BoardRoom ,
Dated this 4th day of September 9/25 2tchg 10/2 of the County School problem for the fisherman "raining cats and"dogs"? It's permit is necessary. For .1'".a White. WWld.Seal.. TW. to CCj5Jeep. .ant 4 .
A.D. 1975 at Starke "hailing taxicabs. further information concerning .- ..,.P.e.
when they choke out the R.H AT PS PS.ISO Whl Drlv" will Pull C8nv. .
Florida. -------------- Administrative Offices on North shoreline. It is understanding -Charlet Schanta quoted by the new area, call toll AC. Plus I...... Prom. I
Temple Avenue Starke Florida. r
9/11 4tchg 10/2 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Copies of this proposed rule that the Florida Charley Manot free 18003428105. ".M $3400 $3800

EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF be obtained from Game Commission is running C
---THE---CIRCUIT----COURT--- FLORIDA IN AND FOR BRADFORD the change Superintendent's may Office tests for rough fish in several E '74 Che % Ton '74 Ranger XLT :I

IN COUNTY. North lakes in this ,area., The .Hu.ter'. lpecl... WII" R.... LWS IWIII.... ,. RaH. 9.
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF Florida.Temple Avenue Starke Commission has) released sev- Country GarFltM>.tHaco. Stand a Topper.This' Wk. On'Ippr. AT. PS PS 'W s.,.P.e. AC O
COUNTY CIVIL AC I ION This is in compliance with eral thousands of the new sun a $2700 $3400 a
Case No.75-276 shine bass in this area. The
Florida Statutes Chapter 73-310 1N
73 Chew. % Tons
73 2.Yon
sunshine bass is a cross Dump
CIVIL ACTION In re: The Marriage of HOMERG. as enacted by the 1974 Florida between the white bass and On. S./N/ 0.. Or..... Situ c..y.. CM. 1M In,.'.8pd.willi 5LWS
Case No. Legelature. "ev. AC. AT. "S. ISO ....
.000 M''
KEFFER. Husband. and the bass..The com 964-8100 L Child R.a AS YPS.WW .
striped; N. Temple ., A W_.....
HELEN M. IW FER, Wife. Richard Jockel mission is in hopes of the sun IPI"S12675our IUYi3 75
In re: The Marriage of SAM V it
shine bass helping'eliminatesome
Superintendent of Schools
McCUTCHEN. Husband and
NOTICE OF SUIT- 10/4 of the overpopulatedshad r '73 Ford Ranger '73 Hi-Lux ,
NO PROPERTY -------------- in the lakes, plus give us Price On ii Slu. With T..r 18'ml. St" M.....,.. rilii, ..8...... 1/NS.I
another edible fish. .
ToHetan: M. Keffer IN THE CIRCUIT COURT We are certainly, glad ..to C ,$2575 $2375
36 Qs orre Street *
hear that Marie Tilley home

ToFeenie NO Mae PROPERTY McCutchenYOU Lym Mass. 01902: FLORIDA IN AND FOR BRADFORD from the hospital and doing Tune .! '73 Ford F-I00 '73 IH Scout II ..
L Ups ... ,. ,.. ...
fine.I Or. LWS (Wld4S.d' ). .5514 a.w" Dr wi'Aute.L.Ckinc'
ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED was talking to Jody L AulD Trani.. 22.000 MI"101 Hub.. AM"M...... (Claris.' ,. D
that an action for Dissolution of that an action for Dissolution of CIVIL ACTION Starling and Jack Underhill o ..8. -- 304 ..,1", I.ocul.te"
Marriage has been fled againstyou. Case No.75271In
Marriage has been filed againstYOU. about the water level in Sampson C $2475 $2975:11S
Feene Mae McCutchen Helen M. Keffer and you Lake. Both had the samestory General Repairs Air Conditioning
and are required to serve a Re The of N.A. IiTUID.
you are required to serve a copy of : Marriage Sampson is beginningto 72 Ford F-I00 72 Ford F.250

copy of your written defenses if your written def_. if any to WARREN husband and look like a lake again. Thisis Lawn Mowers Brakes Tune .. Orin with S,... Trans.. Camper Specl.. TuID..Iu...sa.. aI0oHI ..
any to it. on the plaintiffs attorney PEARL A. WARREN wife. ". T""per RAN r
whose name and ad- it, on the plaintiffs attorney good news. There is no U RSH.LWS. IWld. .I PShPS, N.wYTIFUrln. U
whose name and address if excuse Sampson to sea
dress is George H. Pierce NOTICE OF SUIT- $2250 $1850:1
GEORGE H. PIERCE Esq., ,if the dyke is kept in pace at
Esquire Attorney at Law P.O. Pierce & Hardy P.A., P.O. NO PROPERTYTo the bridge in Sampson City. Good Mt chanic Work '
Wagoner 51
Drawer 1030 Starke Florida. Drawer 1030, Starke Florida : N.A.. WARREN 0 '72 Ford F.250

:32091 and fie the original with 32091 and file the original with Bass wishes Price'6th will", 7' AMP tkamp.r. (I"". J..p,' With A2. : N0. AC.uMlNidl.
Fit Reasonable' will PS.
Pi.nfy Rum and 4a
the clerk of the above styled YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat Pop-Top. "_ L
Crawford ,.
the clerk of the above styled Neil WII Drlv.. '" ".r'ec' "....IlyOr .
court on or before October 20 court on or before October 24. an action for dissolution of if: Ab.olu1.1y N.w. V.'e." CII_. Packa/. II

1975: otherwise judgment may 1975; otherwise judgment may marriage has been fled againstyou $3450 3250 aIi

be entered against you for the for the N. A.WARREN and you are ... . -
be entered against ...
you - '
relief demanded in the complaint relief demanded in the complaint required to serve a copy of your . . . .. 71 Crew-Cab Dodge '70 International $!

or petition.. written defenses, if any to it, on U ''100''" ... HWD. Aute Tr..... ....To.. LW8 IS'.II...'.4L111 a I
WITNESS hand and the or petition. Split N.w Tlr... MINs.. O.N work Truck n
my WITNESS my hand and the the plaintiff's attorney C
seal of said Court on September seal of said Court on September name and address Is DUDLEY P. .7.MIIII'SI925 ''S900.

3, 1975. 23 1975. P.A.HARDY, P.O.Esq.Drawer, PIerce 1030&Starke Hardy Sale C '69 Ford % Ton '68 Fords Ton iI

Gilbert S. BrownAs Willi. willi .Rid TN. LWS Or.."a w..."" .LWI IWItIe'.V. ,
Gilbert S. Brown Florida, 32091 and file the ori- JUlivrg WNM,. "". Tr..... "V' Cyt. L ..... Tr.....' ..aH ..:
Oerk of said Court As Clerk of said Court ginal with the clerk of the abovestyled C NI"$1175 $850' $' .

By: Beulah M. MoodyAs By: Beulah M. MoodyAs court on or before Oct. -

Deputy Clerk Deputy Clerk 24 1975; otherwise judgmentmay OCT.11 '
10/2 2 68 IH Lode Star 1600 67 Cllew C402Ton.
94tchg 10/16 be entered against you for i! LWS. 144.$. wminrrm... Ig T... Cab A c......,.. N.wly f*
-------------- the relief demanded In the complaint .Sp" with 2-Spd. Au... .......111. a Cyl. 4/N. Tr..... !Iv.
------------- or petition. tUIJtbLL? FLEA COLLARS Rad. ........y ..C....., Truck Ir the y....
hand and the mod.l S825 ..
FLORIDA IN AND FOR FLORIDA. 23, 1975. ZEBRAS 3 BBV Bonanza Sal ixc. ::
CIVIL ACTION NO: 75-269-CP GILBERTS. BROWNAs BUY ONE AT REG. PRICE 74 Vega Hatchback 74 Pinto Runabout 'E. n l

Case No.75256In Clerk of said Court J Rid with' Nw Pdlau. n._ .Rid.I-Dr.4-Spd P.C. Air. c_.
((1-2346)) KISSIN8 60DRAMIISP1RABISE Mil.**. RAN AT. He. AC BAH 1,004 CC Inc. iiiIII
By: Beulah M. Moody rR L
re: The Marriage of J.H. IN RE: ESTATE OF A.J. As Deputy Clerk 8ge GET ONE E $198 2600 $2600 :,

PRATER husband and THOMAS Deceased 9/25 4tchg 10/16 MIUTN BREEDERS 0
GENEVIE DON PRATER a/k/a E 74 Ventura IIvllw Torino Elite
GENEVIE DON FOWLER wife. -------------- Hatdikack. Pntlc.KSM Tw t* ChMM Prom (Hd. A

AH creditors of A.J. THO HAMSTER c. AC PI PB.
NOTICE OF SUIT- REGISTER 10% OFF CAGE Bally II WhMl A* New A* AT. On.W P.a.ewe.. .. W_.
MAS who died September ONIYERYTHING On. C.uld ..
on S
16, 1975 while a resident of WAS a711 $2600 weur Cl,"e", a.-
$3500 .
To:Genevie Don Prater Bradford County Florida are Pursuant to Section 865.09 IN STOR HOW $&48 .M
./kGemvie Don Fowler notified that they are required to Florida Statutes, notice is 73 Grand Prix "

YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat file any claims or demands that hereby given that the undersigned PLUS FREE HAMSTER \\mrnf a *WMt nd Mtchlns with Bursundy VNMir Vinyl InMrWr.Rut 73 Hornet SST <

an action for dissolution of they may have against his Estatein W.L Thomas. 603 S. Except Sale Items IW Pactary Mac Whhj, AC AM-PM HitahhKk.. 1-Dr. p.C. AC Pf, .
the Circuit Court for Bradford "1" Cyl AT with C...... .
marriage has been filed againstyou Walnut St., Starke. Bradford TO GO IN CAGE Sum, Pwr. Wlnovw*. Sut y
Genevie Don Prater ./k/. County Florida In the Courthouse County, Florida 32091doing Crult* A Tllt-Whl. $2275 *

Genevie Don Fowler and you are at Starke. Florida, within business under the firm name of To Celebrate Their Anniwersary 1 GROUP OFPLANTS $3275
six calendar months from the ..
required to serve a copy of "THOMAS OIL COMPANY", The F "IU iM BUTONElQIlaETOMErlf.CC .
your date of the first publication of (Priict Will.B. 1".1.! ., 73 Mazda's 73 Bass Boat
written defenses if any to it, on 603 S. Walnut Street. Starke. .a)**. HXJ CP*. Aqua. P.XJ CM.S .._... r.
the this Notice. Each claim or Florida 32091 I. .. .... -. ,Mrn,
plaintiffs attorney whose Bradford County. l h** Lw MINI* .I.. 14 twl *l Chair Lama
name and address is DUDLEY P. demand must be In writing and intends to register said fictitious PRIZES DRAWING FOR .Air C_. vur. Chu. Trailer. Till Trails Llv. Wel.. N

HARDY Esq. PIERCE & filed in Duplicate and must state name under the provisions\ of 2. SAL.1,BARIUM. CHILDREN Y:: S2275 $1975 "
the place' of residence and post

HARDY 1030 Starke P.A., Florida P. O. Drawer 32091, office address of the claimantand aforesaid W. L. Thomas statute. sole owner.' OISS-OMO ("..,LMng Wodd Hmmutr. Cf) 1 lED lOLL a '72 Electra 225's 72 Dodge Monaco .-n

and file the be sworn to by the claimant. 1 PARAKEET I STVFFEB TURTLES Tw*Cu>tm. t-Dr.M.*M.. SMIPvliy Tu"'....W with Slick vinyl'*'. '
original with the Dated this 2nd day of October CASE .a
his his K :: I**!. with .'lctrl 4-Or. *T, HAM, AT Pt, PB W
clerk of the above styled court agent or attorney or A.D. 1975 at Starke 1 RARRIHB. BASKET 3 STIFFED DOSS ,WI...._., 8..,. "... AC. LmTUM Pa.. Air C_. Th Prk. le 1 *
on or before October 10 1975: will become void according to Florida. ....*. MII,**. SMW. NADA WhMtW.. 11
otherwise a Judgment be law. 10/23 YOU NEED NOT BE PRESENT TO WIN .c
may 10/4 4tchg S $2350 $1250 =
entered against you for the relief Dated: September 19 1975. "'
------------ .
demanded in the complaint or DOOR PRIZESrao.taf' On Bra.i. .'. 00'.11 72 PI Duster 72 Ford Torino 'a'
petition. /s/ Eva Mae Thomas : ,1I1h.:3.: .... m. t ........
O or***with Whit Tap
.. .
WITNESS my herd and the Executrix( YOU HAve TO M PRESENT TO WIN a Ll.....M,A djlrr AT*PI c.,,AC.. 110 4-Or. HAM,AT,PS,P.,101 Bns.Pa .. EID
Estate of A.J.Thomas. the Ok! 1me4Vr ; AC
seal 5, 1975.of said Court on September Deceased I 12 ZODIAC FLEA TAGS -12 ASST. FIGURINES : $1850 $$1750 a

9/25 2tchg 10/2 1 BULL
MATADOR SET M 71 Sedan Derille'"I
Gilbert S. Brown -- ------- 71 .. Gremlin
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Aitr Slu .
with Oh. Blu
As Osrk of said Court IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN u PldOTd ...... CWHC.. OptMM. PJAH .1-tpd.. AhCn. :r
By: Beulah M.MoodyAs aCal..'..A LuKurv AvMiMhlM' *f Md "...,.
Deputy Oerk COUNTY FOR FLORIDA STARKE ItIENTER L. V.III.......r",.... $925lOr. i!

9/11 4tchg 10/2 CASE No.75-228 vJrTh $2125 IDrt
Sophie L Wolf, Plaintiff vs. 212 EAST CALL ST, W[! VWIIJ po
haegioal *.****...
FOR SALE: File bones, guides are

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