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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 11, 1973
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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>.
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STARKE FLORIDA 15 Cents ,

No. 11 Thursday.October 11,1973 Copy ,



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Lake Canal Increase In Utility Rates





UnderStateInvestigation





Facing Starke Residents






Representatives of the Florida Internal
Improvement The City of Starke has no choice but to raise utility

Trustee Fund are presently investigating rates to provide the income needed to meet
the of Bradford I IFalling
possibility County mounting costs of operating the city, financial
Commission
Crosby and Sampson illegally lakes.opening a canal between advisor Don Ruckman said Tuesday night.

some $150,000 shortof make money, a fellow
David Scott. [IITF these grassy regions for the amount needed to meet councilman remarked.
representative, stated that feeding and as a bedding area. its projected $1,700,000 expenditures Councilman Charles
opening the canal without a Fishermen explain that this for 1973-74, the Schaefer registered mild

permit is strictly prohibited (See Page 5)) Council heeded Engineer protest to this method of
by law. He said his first look at Ruckman's advice and balancing the budget, asking
the digging was September 26, started revising estimated "Why don't we start cuttingout
1972.Scott visited again on the __ revenue figures upward to some of the fat and then
28th of September and Informed KHManInjured __ meet proposed costs. The new adjust our income figures?"

the drag line income estimates were He was quickly overruled,
operator, men approx. 100 tt. educated guesses based on however.
from the lake, that if he rate increases expected in a Increased rates for con-
opened the canal into the lake new rate study being made bya sumers seemed pretty much a
he would be arrested. Jacksonville consultant. sure thing as Ruckman told
the Council it could not set its
County Attorney Gene Shaw With a little juggling of
the amount of
was informed that a permitwas figures here and there budget by
necessary before the In City Council Chairman Neil money on hand.

county commission could join Tucker announced, "We have "You'll have to fix your
the two lakes, Scott said. On just increased our revenue by rates to meet expenditures,"
October 2, 1973 Scott attendedthe 146000." he said. "You have no choice
County Commission WreckA L "That's an easy way to but to cut services or raise
meeting and told the board i rates."
that they would need a permitto 1 Ruckman said that the

open the canal. Keystone Heights man Union electric power plant is actually -

Residents on Crosby report was seriously injured Monday the only department of
that the canal apparently was when struck by a car backingout the City that is making
and that all other
of a parking space in money
opened September 29 and
allowed to flow several days Starke Plaza, according to the Gets utility departments are
parasites on the electric
Starke Police ,
dropping the water level at Department.
least 21 Inches At that time a Joseph Stein was struck in system.
temporary dam was placed the right side and his hip "You have very low sewer
across the canal by the broken as he walked behind a / lA frs Rescue and water rates that are not in
county. The dam was built so 1972 Plymouth driven by wi line with what other cities are
that the foundation can?be" Melding Mario Peterson of charging," he said.It .
improved for the bridge over Doctor's Inlet. Stein was was pointed out, for In-
the canal. taken to the University of VehicleThe stance .(hat sewer fees

Some land owners in the Florida Medical Center in brought in only $34,000 last
area wanted the lake lowered Gainesville where he was stilla director of public safetyfor year. Ruckman said this
because of flooding several patient Tuesday, police the City of Jacksonville, should be increased to at least
years ago after heavy rains. stated. Capt. John b[. Waters, was in $116,000 if this utility was to
There were six'! other Lake Butler October 4 for a pay its way in the city'ssystem.
Fishermen complain that separate accidents during the special ceremony at Union .

the water has receded so period from Oct. 3-8, according One lane bridge has been constructed! .apparently at county expense spanning the newly dug canal. General Hospital to turn over Councilman Jimmy McRae
much that they can't use boat to the Starke Police the keys to a new $21,000 observed this would mean an
ramps which now do not go Department and Florida modular rescue vehicle to increase from the present
into the water. They fear that Highway Patrol.A Union County Commission $1.50 per month sewer fee to
lowering Crosby Lake will 1971 Oldsmobile sedan 2 Inmate Murder Chairman Paul Riherd. around $6 bier month and
cause damage to the fish driven by Eddie Taylor said "I don t believe we can
The vehicle will be used by hit the people that hard. But
population. Residents
point Jackson of Starke burned on ar.+ur.M '
!
out that docks they used for the roadside Oct. 4 on SR-16, Union County as a participantin we might as well figure on at
fishing and swimming are damages estimated at $2,000. Trials ScheduledAt the Northeast Florida least doubling it from $1.50 to
now useless because of the Jackson said he was havingcar Eight-County Emergency $3" he added.In .
Medical Care The
shallow water. trouble and his car cut off. Project. upping its estimated
He went home and anothercar fully equipped unit will be put income to meet proposed
Some fishing experts say got the arraignment portionof Rollie. Both were inmates at into service in that community
that because the water line and went on to work. After the pleas docket session of the )Florida State Prison. This in the next few days expenditures, the Council
has receded fish will not be he left his car caught fire and the fall term of the Circuit killing took place on June 28. under the auspices of Union came up with the following
able to swim into the grassy burned while the vehicle was court held Friday, October 5, Ambulance Service, Inc., in revisions: water, from $52,000to '
parked.A Other arraignments were: $62,000; sewer, $34,000 to
areas near shore. The fish use the following eight codefendants with their
conjunction con-
1971 Plymouth sedan, : James W. Lonnie Lee Halley auto theft; $68.000; sewer tap fees $1,600to
tract with the
driven by Robert N. Demps, Vanhook, Charles Andrew Dorothy Rutle'dge 1 county $2,200; electric, $851,550 to
Starke, was traveling north on Buchanan, James M. Fields, aggravated assault; Ernest Funds for the purchase of $979,650; gas, $143,500 to
e tpxh Church Street when a 1970 Harold Cleveland Gray, Simon Cowart, possession of the new vehicle and other $161,500; miscellaneous,
Ford sedan driven by Betty Joseph( Graier, Charles marijuana; Nathaniel Woods, support equipment were made $7,000 to $13,000.Typical .
Trowell! DuBose( Lake Butler, Henry, Richard Hicks and resisting arrest with violence; available under a federal of the budgetary
pulled out into the street and y a Roy Lee were charged with Aaron Anderson, murder in contract between Health Increases reviewed Tuesday
collided with the left side of murder in the first degree. the first degree; Sam Mc- Services and Mental Health night were:
1V1 --w the Plymouth. Miss DuBosewas Bride, grand larceny; Archie Administration Departmentof )Fire Department, a $20,000
M charged with failure to All are charged in the Crews Sr., issuing worthless Health Education and increase from $47,097.48( last
h yield right-of-way. The accident cutting and stabbing killing of check; Marshall Eaves, Welfare Washington, D. C., year to $67,137.52 for 197374.
occurred Oct. 3 and a-y James E. Brown which occurred aggravated assault; Robert and the City of Jacksonville. The department's request
caused $1,000 damages to the bn on August 5 at the Lee Martin aggravated included addition of a
Ford and $600 to the 'i.y )Florida( State Prison. All are assault; Martha Doris Mc- Union County Clerk Robert lieutenant at $7,425.60 annual

Plymouth.A prison inmates. Bride, aggravated assault; Driggers signed for a receiptof salary, plus one additional
1965 Oldsmobile, driven Willie Rainge was chargedwith Daniel Roosevelt Knowles over$300 worth of industrial fireman, and substantial
Water In Crosby Lake has receded from the point shown on first degree murder in
CLOSE-CUT: (See Page 5)) the tree to the present level shown in the picture. the stabbing death of Marcus (See Page 7)) (See Page 5)) ( See Page 6))

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WOMAN'S STARKE OJUB BY Kingsley Waterfront Classified Residential IAll



NEXT DOOR TO Kingsley Lake waterfront commercial raising of fowl 50-foot lots were assured by would revert to R-B posed by Frow W. Strickland, grant R-B reclassification.Tracy plication was approved 2-1,
KOCH'S DRUG STORE property, outside the animals, or reptiles; the the board that they would be classification, the board said.It owner of Strickland's landing W. Baker, who had with Mrs. Higginbotham and
Camp Blanding reservation, breeding and raising of any granted a variance to rebuild was also stated that a who presented a counter urged a compromise on R-C, Chairman Lee Drawdy votingfor I
SATURDAY.OCT.13 was reclassified from insects or animals other than as "a hardship case," if their mobile home owner, wishingto petition, with 65 names seconded the motion in order reclassification, and
Agricultural to R-B (single customary pets, and com- house should burn. install a better or larger asking for R-C zoning which to get it to a vote. The ap- Baker voting against.
9 AM.TO 5 PM. family residential) at a mercial boat piers or slips for Any business now being unit, could move his old home would permit mobile homes.
hearing before the Clay docking of private watercraft. operated in the rezoned area off and place another back on
County Zoning Commission board ruled however BHS Set Next Week .
The ,
Minimum lot area requiredis can continue to be operated. the property if done within a Homecoming
Thursday night, Oct. 4. that the R-C petition was out
Dance 7,500 feet withapproved However, if it should ever be reasonable time period.
Teenage Included in the order is square water and sewer( abandoned then the property The R-B petition was op- of order since the hearing was Homecoming is slated next coming up next Thursday and
being held on an R-B ap week at Bradford High School the Tornadoes will take on
approximately three miles of facilities) ft.
with
SATURDAY ; 10,000 sq. ( plication which had been with the annual Tornado Whirl Palatka South at the Bradford
waterfront property along the approved septic tank in- 3 In advertised and Stadium
Reported Friday night.
Thefts CityThree properly
OCT 13 west, northwest, and south- stallation), and 15,000 sq. ft. The R-C had
west shore of the lake without either water posted. petition Charles Francis
extending or sewer Car BurnsIn principalat
with of these
8 not complied
P.M.
MIDNIGHT from connections. any Charles Hall in the
Camp Blanding Three breaking and en- tool boxes full of BHS and
NEW fence on the north to Camp Minimum lot width at the terings took place in Starke tools, valued at $500, were provisions.Since UnionA administration at BUS are
ARMORYTHE Blanding fence on the south. building line is 70( feet, with a during the period of October 4- stolen from Thomas Oil the R-B petition was heading up homecoming
Also included is Kingsley minimum lot depth of 100 feet; 6, according to the Starke Company on 603 S. Walnut on the agenda for hearing and Mercury, driven by J. festivities this year. No one
Village, east of SR-230. minimum front yard, 30 ft.; Police Department. Street. Oct. 5. Subjects en- decision at this meeting John L. Hollingsworth of Lake else would take the job off
PEACEMACHINE The rezoning which was minimum side yard, 10 ft.; tered the rear of a tin storage Torode and E. L. Matthews Butler burned on the roadside their hands and they ended up
effective Immediately, ex- minimum rear yard. 25 ft. material Eighteen, with boxes estimate building by prying a piece of spokesmen for the R-B late Sunday afternoon just doing it themselves, they
an
cludes from the area any Minimum setback from all value of $143 were stolen from( tin loose and bending it back.A petitioners (around 150 outside the city, according to stated.As .
additional mobile homes or lot lines of accessory structures the new Bradford Square Kingsley property owners boardcontinue ) Trooper R. S. James of the usual the Tornado Whirl

c_... duplex apartments. Such excluding fences, is 10( Shopping Center on South 1973 Johnson 25 horse requested with that Its the normal Florida Highway Patrol. will be held Thursday night in
housing units already feet.Maximum Temple Ave Oct. 4. Preston power outboard motor, valuedat The car was valued at the stadium with a bon fire
ishe (!Gummunitytntr! established on the lake, as per cent of lot and Haskell Inc. reported that $600. was stolen from procedure.John The board's attorney $1,800. Hollingsworth said he afterwards.
well as the two public bathing coverage 30 per cent; two weeks ago there were 27 Edward Tucker on 212 Bay would Kopelousos be the, and a friend had been driving Friday the parade with the
Sank beaches already in operation, maximum per cent rear yard boxes and that Oct. 4 there Street on Oct. 6. Tucker agreed this when they noticed smoke class and club floats will start
action.
of
are "grandfathered in" and coverage, 30 per cent; were nine. 18 of the boxes parked his truck in his front proper course coming from under the hood at 1:15: p.m.
AMWMII Now found Vf may continue in use. minimum living area, 1,000 having been removed. These yard at 10 p.m. The next With only three members of and stopped to see what was Then that l night at 8 p.m. the
T.520.00O. square feet.Homeowners. boxes were setting in the morning he noticed his out the five-member board the matter. He said that Tornadoes will Cake on the
r.d..i. o..r, ....._ c_ Also not permitted under with houses partially completed shopping board motor was gone off the present, Mrs. Mary Higgin- evidentally the car had backfired Palatkn South Braves. for the
the new classification are the already constructed on 40 or center. back of his truck. botham made the motion to through the carburetor game.






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Patray-Slemer CookoutHeld Book Sale Set In GainesvilleIn

Wedding PartyEntertained McRae Home I
G't-ille October 17-20

Before Dance

M Gainesville Friends of the posters, prints, games and
Mr. and Mrs. Julian McRae ,'rlY Library have set October 17-20 puzzles were offered last year.
Mr and Mrs. Don Patray
entertained at a steak cookout as the dates of their 20th This year promises an even
: were hosts at a supper party the Saturday night at their homeon annual Book Sale. Hours are 9 greater quantity and variety.
at
28
Friday night, Sept.
Tj Garden Restaurant honoring Blanding Street prior to the i to 9 Wednesday and 9 to 6 on The price range is 5 cents to
Shrine dance. other days. The sale is in the $5, with most items priced at
their son. Marjc: Patrav. and
less than a dollar.
fiancee, Becky Siemer, after Among the 26 guests at- Gainesville Shopping Centerat
Main Thereis Buyers will have the double
N.
the couple's wedding tending, those from out-of- 1221 Street.
rehearsal. town were: Mr. and Mrs Tom plenty of free parking, so satisfaction of knowing that
The U-shaped table held a Sills, Mr. and Mrs. Clem browsing can be leisurely. all proceeds will benefit Santa
O'Shields More than items Fe Regional Library.St. .
centerpiece of yellow and Mr. and Mrs. 20,000
white pompoms and a garlandof Charles Mikell, Mr. and Mrs. including records, tapes,
fern interspersed with Walter Connerly, and Mr. and
Mrs. James Harrell, all of
yellow and white pompoms Edwards Altar Met October 3
down the length of the table. Gainesville. Society
At both ends of the tables were
silver candelabras with white Shower Given St. Edward's Altar Society Mrs. Humphries and Mrs.
tapers. held a monthly meeting in the Gilhooly reported on the Fall
The 30 guests included the For Bride-elect Parish Hall Wednesday Board Meeting of the East
honored couple, their parents, evening, Oct. 3, with Mrs. Coast Deanery which they
members of the bridal party, WilliamsMiss Michael Gilhooly presiding.Mrs. attended along with Mrs.
Joan
pry the paternal grandparents, Lester Humphries, Francis Meng on September
t1 Mrs. L. O. Hazen and Mr. and Altar Chairman, reported that 19 in Jacksonville.
Mrs. Peter Wilkerson of Joan Williams, Oct. 20 Mrs. Joseph Gissy had altar Members were urged to
M Starke, and Mr. and Mrs. Ray bride-elect was honored at a care during October; Mrs. attend the Fall Deanery
Fayo and family of Fort lingerie shower Saturday, William Vogeney offered for Meeting to be held at Prince of
Lauderdale. Mrs. Fayo is a Sept. 29,, given by Mrs. Eddie altar duty during November. Peace Church in Jacksonville
sister of the bride. Douglas at her home on on Oct. 24.
t Gifts were presented to all Bradford Street. ', Plans were made for a
attendants during the supper. The refreshment table was Scriptural Rosary Service to
covered with a beige cutwork be held on October 21 at 5 p.m.
WilliamsCrispRev //// / cloth and centered with a Father Vincent Haut of the
SHAW FAMILY white floral arrangementwhich Mr. and Mrs. Howard Kellyof Catholic Charities Bureau in
and Mrs. R. T Crisp, son of Rev. and Mrs. REUNION SET held a miniature umbrella Lakeland were weekend Jacksonville will be an
Williams of Dalton, Ga., Staton Crisp of Ocoee, Tenn. The 18th annual reunion of in the middle. Mrs. Bish guests of Mr. and Mrs. GeorgeW. honored guest. A covered dish
formerly of Starke, announce The bride-elect is a the Shaw family will be held Bishop cut the cake and Mrs. Ann Carter Becomes Brown. supper will follow in the
the engagement of their graduate of Bradford High October 21 at New Hope Harold Williams presided at Toya Parish Hall.Members.
daughter. Joan, to Lebron School, attended Santa Fe Church near LaCrosse. A the punch bowl. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Thomas were requested to
Junior College and is employed business meeting will be heldat Twenty guests enjoyed the Bride Of George F. BrowningMiss and son of Live Oak were bring: discarded usable
Junior Club Plans with Coronet Industries 11 a.m., followed by a party between the hours, 7:30 Friday night supper guests of clothing, kitchen household,
Inc. in Dalton. basket lunch at noon. All and 10 o'clock, including those Toya Ann Carter, back were layers of sequins. Mr and Mrs. T. L. Casey, Jr. or shop equipment, toys and
November Mr. Crisp is a graduate of friends are invited. from out-of-town: Mrs. R. T daughter of Mr. and Mrs. The long lace sleeves were and attended the BHS-Live bric-a-brac to the Parish Hall.
Polk County High School in Williams of Dalton, Ga.! Raymond C. Carter of gathered at the wrist and the Oak game. These items will be sold at a
Harvest DinnerThe Benton, Tenn., is a member of mother of the honoree, andMrs. Jacksonville, and George collar was of lace and ruffles. rummage sale planned for
a singing group called "The Agnes Garmany of Franklin Browning, son of Mr. Her Chantilly lace and sequin Mr. and Mrs Victor November 3 in downtown
Junior Woman's Club Servants," and is employed in Rome, Ga., Miss Williams' and Mrs. Willard G. Browningof tiara secured a shoulder Argobright and son, Vic, of Starke.
will hold a bridge and canasta construction.The ,) aunt.Mrs. Starke were united in length veil and her train Cincinnati, Ohio were guestsof Father James Cregan
party tonight (Thursday) wedding will be an i Douglas presented the marriage on Sept. 28 at 7:45 draped from the headpiece to Mr. and Mrs. Eddie displayed an engraved plaque
starting at 7:30: p.m. at the event of October 20 at 7:30: honoree with a long gown as a p.m. in the Bayless Highway full floor length. The train was Douglas the past ten days. which will be sent to Father
club house. Admission is $1. p.m. in the Conasauga River memento of the occasion., Baptist Church. Rev. J. D. edged with Chantilly lace. She William Cristensen of Lawteyon
Prices will be awarded and Baptist Church. All friendsare Robinson performed the carried a white rose nosegay Mr. and Mrs. Forrest the occasion of his or-
refreshments served. invited to attend. : nuptials. with baby's breath.A Morrison of Indianapolis, Ind. dination in St. Louis.
Everyone is invited to attend.At Centering the altar was a 15- reception was held at the are spending two weeks with Father Cregan announcedthat
the club's regular I branch candelabra with church reception hall which Mrs. Henry Morrison. Mr. and an excellent staff of in-
monthly meeting on Oct. 2, Mrs. Lester Crews ,) NewArrivals Mrs. Roy Clemons and burning tapers balanced by was decorated with blue and Mrs. Ralph Morrison and structors had volunteered for
Sgt. Paul W. Carter, Safety UDC Hostessw. i I family gave a covered dish two baskets of blue and white white streamers with a big daughter,Debbie,of Leesburg the religious training classes
Education Director of the dinner Sunday at their homein carnations and gladioli and wedding bell in the middle. joined the family over the and urged parents to
Florida Highway Patrol, Heilbronn Springs on Mr. five-branched candelabras at Two white rose bushes and weekend. cooperate in sending childrento
discussed public safety on the T. Weeks chapter, UDC, Clemon's 60th birthday. Out- each end. potted greenery were also classes.
highways and presented a met Wednesday afternoon of of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. John Arthur Reddish, used. Mrs. Luciel Dahlman of The next meeting is
film showing various diver. last week at the home of the Mrs. Ray Carroll, Leesburg; pianist, presented a programof Miss Paula -Smith of Epworth, Iowa is visiting her scheduled for Nov. 6 at 7:30:
sions which cause many of our president Mrs. Lester Crews. Mr. and Mrs. Ottis Morgan, nuptial music. Jacksonville greeted guests at daughters, Mrs. Edward p.m. in the Parish Hall.
highway accidents.The Co-hostesses were !Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Ruskin; Mr. and Mrs. Gene Larry Taylor attended as the door and also kept the Pfiester and Mrs. Alicia Steffa
club Bertha Pearce and Mrs.,Walla Gordon of Starke, a daughter, best book. and families for two
announced a Douglas, Miami; Mr. and man and the ushers were i.guest weeks. Women's VolleyballTo
Harvest dinner for Saturday, Lipsey. Fifteen members Kimberly Michelle, born Oct. Mrs. Ed Parrish and Mr and Chuck Carter and Mike Carterof The bride's table was
Nov. 17, at the clubhouse. The were present. 5 in Alachua General Hospital. Mrs. J. W. Upchurch, Jacksonville.Mrs. covered with a lace cloth over Mr.and Mrs.Curtis Sanders Be
traditional Thanksgivingmeal Mrs. J. D. Seymour was Jacksonville; Mr. and Mrs. Allen Dale Clemons baby blue linen and centered and son, Lex, and Mrs. Lex Organized
will be $2 per plate and a welcomed as a new member. Capt. and Mrs. Dan M. Jack Mills, Brunswick, Ga.; served as matron of honor. with a three-tiered wedding Green spent the weekend in
rifle will be given away. The November meeting will Pater III, announce the birth Glen Conner, Orlando; Miss She wore a light blue floor cake decorated with blue Tampa. Any women interested in
Refreshments were servedin be at the home of Mrs. George of.a Nicole daughter. Stephanie Annie Crews Mrs. Minnie length dotted Swiss gown carnations at the base. The playing volleyball should
the sunroom where the Roberts, Sr. Oct. 5 in LakelandAir Robertson and Mrs. Mabel trimmed in white lace, and cake was topped with a bride Mrs. Richard Macheda and come to the Recreation
table was covered with an Farce Base Maternal Moody, Lake Butler, and their carried a white basket filled and groom. Balancing the daughter of Jacksonville and Department tonight (Thursday
orange cloth and centered Antonio, Texas. families. with blue carnations and setting were two silver can- Mr. and Mrs. Frank Johnson Oct. 11)) at 7:30: p.m.,
with paper fantasy pumpkinsand grandparents are Mr. and white roses. delabras with burning tapers. and sons of Keystone Heightswere according to Recreation
candelabra. Halloween Mrs. Gene Long, and paternal Mr. and Mrs. Albert The bride, given in Mrs. Chester Wise of Camp Saturday guests of Mr. Director Randall Davis.
party accessories were used Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy grandparents are Mr. and Stefanelli and family of marriage by her parents, Blanding cut the cake. and Mrs. E. M. Norton at The program will be strictly
to complete the setting. Mrs. Newman and family of Mrs. Dan M. Pater, Jr. of Jacksonville were Sunday wore a floor length white The punch table was Kingsley Lake for fun and if enough interest
James Lawson was hostessfor Kingsley Lake have moved to Keystone Heights. visitors of his parents. Mr. Chantilly lace gown, gatheredat covered with a lace cloth over is shown, teams may be
the evening. Fort Lauderdale. and Mrs. Henry Stefanelli. the waist in V-form, full to blue linen and held two punch Glen Conner, his son, formed but will be kept on a
the floor and extending in bowls. Assisting in serving Leonard, and daughter low-competitive level so that
wprp Mr.. Rnlnh Vnllnrrr rif Sheila and Karen Green of all
may participate and enjoy
Starke; \ rs--M Swann of Orlando spent the weekend the activity. Minimum age for
Miami, and Mrs. Janet 'with Mr. and Mrs. Leon the program is 15 years old.
Hudson of Pelham, Ga. Conner and Mr. and Mrs. For more information, call
For Your Dining Pleasure Following a wedding trip to Barney McRae. the Recreation Department at
and En.oy : ', i Daytona Beach the couple is 964-f 792.
Relax residing on Highway 100,
1 Starke. . . - - .
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V. of BUS and is employed as a 000000
secretary at Baptist Memorial
neNtg1tt; SATURDAY NIGHT Hospital in Jacksonville.
Charrtpag !Mr. Browning is a 1968
$5.,5 graduate of BUS and is in the

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Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Her- -
The Shrine Club held a New Cars
brand of Daytona Beach spent Mrs. O. R. Alvarez Jr and ,-
the weekend with her mother, Mr. and Mrs. John >1. '- chicken barbecue, covered
Mrs Henry O'Hara. Mussoline and daughter of )? : ..- dish dinner and short business
Palatka were Sunday visitorsof meeting at the C. H.
Supt. Winfield McChord of Mr. and Mrs. L. K. J 'Iitf Nasworthy cottage on
Whitehead at Crystal Lake. Kingsley Lake Thursday
the Kentucky School for the
Deaf, a former Starke evening, Sept. 27, with 40
resident, is visiting his aunt, Mr. and Mrs. John Anderson attending.Mr and
Mrs. Ira Allen, on Alton Road, of Callahan were
weekend guests of Mr. and and Mrs. Milton Pat-
and friends here. His mother, .
Mrs. Iona McChord, has been Mrs. Warren Winkler and terson of Montgomery, Ala.
attended the Shrine dance will be weekend guests of Mr.
here for a week to visit her
1" '''., and Mrs. R. O. Dansby and
brother who is ill in "
critically
the Lake City VA Hospital.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Richard St. :' .',.\ will attend the AlabamaUFgame "
McChord is the John and daughter, Joy, of Saturday.Mr. .
youngest.
Starke and Vincent, of "OKUsed
son
Superintendent in the historyof
Fort Canaveral fishingat .
Kentucky School for the were and Mrs. Garl Mathews
Deaf, and was named Crooked River in visited Mr: and Mrs. Lowell
educator of the year in 1972. Kingsland, Ga.from Friday to Mathews in Folkston, Ga. and
Monday.The Mrs. Virginia Mathews in
Both his parents are deaf
mutes. Hilliard over the weekend.
Gleaners Sunday school
class of the First Baptist Cars
admittances to
Local Church had a birthday luncheon r
Bradford County Hospital this for Mrs. Lex Green last
week include: Mrs. Emma Wednesday at the HolidayInn. NEW BOOKS
Thomas, Steve Harris, .
Herman Nettles, Mrs. Ann AT THE LIBRARYAdult
Goodge and Mrs. Corene Mrs. Gladys Weldon
spent
Starke Marion ,
Broughton, ; the past week with Mr. and v I
Matchett, Hampton; Mike Mrs. J. R. Weldon and familyin
Seversky, Keystone Heights; Jacksonville.
Mrs. Ruth DeSha, Waldo; FictionA
Mrs. Anna Lee. Melrose; Mrs. BALDWINChevyOlds
Mr. and Mrs.
Helsabeck, Kingsley Henry Hard Man To Kill
Evelyn
Lake; and Miss Susan Bradley of Leesburg were (Perry); Dickie's List
Saturday overnight guests of (Birstein); The Riverside
Massey, Lawtey. Mr. and Mrs. Robbie Shaller
Villas Murder (Amis);
Mr. and Mrs. Brian and attended the Shrine Celebrates Mungo's Dream (Stewart);
Hamilton and children spent dance. The Sleeping Salamander
one'r
the weekend with Mr. and (Carfax) ; Winesprlng
Mrs. W. II, Thomson in Mrs. Edward Schwab of At Raiford Mountain (Ogburn); The
Merritt Island and son, Eddie, Berlin Ending (Hunt);
Monticello.If
of Gainesville are visiting her They've Shot The President's
The Rev. Aaron ,
Singletary
mother, Mrs. Myrtle An- Daughter (Stewart);: The
derson, from Sunday to pastor of the Raiford Baptist Severed Crown (DaRers);
Friday. Church, offered the invocationand
Rendezvous With Rama
your rooms Mrs.Ella Moody visited Mr. 7, casion.benediction on this oc (Clarke); The Lion Of Has "Urn
England (Butler) The
Fink and ;
and Mrs. Charles Hostesses for the afternoonwere
look tired Stardust Kid (Richoux) The
or ;
t family in Green Cove Springslast Mrs. Bill Hunnicutt,
Stone Baby (Healey); Retreat
Friday., Mrs Elizabeth Richard, Mrs.
hopeless call With Honor (Lawrence);
Alton Browning, Mrs. David
Cherokee Woman (Daves)
Mrs. E. M. Davis was in Browning, and Mrs. Bessie ;
us for help.We'll Archer over the weekend Browning Elijah (McGuire); Stone
Island (Boynton) The New 1973 Olds
Mrs. P. E. ;
send visiting her sisters, ( Mr. Browning was born on Branch-Bearers (Petrie) The
;
youa Stone and Miss Mamie An- Sept. 29, 1890 in a little wood
Fatal Gift (Waugh); The
derson. frame in what
cottage was
decoratorfree. Mallen Girl (Cookson) The
;
then Bradford County (now Salamander (West) ; The 98 4 Door Sedans
Union). He was the son of Mr.
Dorter's and Mrs. Arthur Wright The Honorary Victorian Consul Album(Greene(Ber-);

and of
grandson
Browning
ckman) Born To Be Hanged
r one of the area's earliest ; Priced All The
Penneys settlers, David Browning. His ((Chaber Hall\ ). );The Tango Briefing Way
maternal grandfather was
Custom NTI'i3iQUES1 John Nichols, also one of the Adult NonFictionThe Down (Almost Like

and.1: CLi area's pioneers. ,
Decorating at f/ar "
"Pop' or "Uncle Bill, as Family HandymanHome

Cedar Hills. t Colonial he community is known, sat in up the briefly Raiford at Build Improvement Your Own Home Book; Buying An 88 Olds)

the dining table, but soon
;
771-6361 and (Hasenau); Alcohol: Our
returned to his bed, where he
Biggest Drug Problem
I is confined most of the time
: OUR (Fort); Creating Table Set
because of failing health. He
JCPenneyWe 1 ; tings (Better Homes and
has much time the
; spent in
Gardens); How To Win The
know what PH. 282 ; hospital during the past year, Grocery Game (Omohundro);
but is thankful that "The Lord
you're looking for.
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11/22 ,,"_.... aT-, I saw fit to spare me for a while (Langill); Bowling (Burton); "This Must Be PintoWeek"
longer How To Retire At 41 (Hills);
Mr. Browning was marriedto Youth Hosteler's Guide To
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in 1955. They had eight America (Jennings) Family
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Mrs. Bessie Lee Perry a Vacation(Sinkakos)Houses; Cabins(Sunset), We Have Four To
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marriage was unique in that it Creative Life (Maynard)
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the Butler hospital by (National
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time. Judge was a Treatment (Thomas) ; The ,
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Twin or full sue Browning, and it was decidedto
move the ceremony to the Adult Reference Feel Urn, And .
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Mr. and Mrs. Browning still 2400 Titles For Pre-K-Grade 8 Almost STEAL UM
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on
Webster's Third New
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Central Avenue, which was International Dictionary.
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. r Payroll Shows School Administrative Cost UpAnnual Sought Education By Starke Award Rotary Applicants Club I


space in the old USO (not Robinson, $4,880( ; Cross,
the total
for year just beginning superintendent last fall
budget
salary he itinerate
including seven
$3,850 Griffis
will reach $475,235, an increase ; $3,925; C. ding young adults abroad for
school charged that and women
Bradford
County
teachers) where 14 served last Thomas, $4,150 Young men
Epperson,
of $138,898 additional proportion ; study; since that time the
personnel shows an increase costs were out of The professional staff $8,610 candidates for Rotary
from last years expendituresfor by the end of fiscal 7374. and promised to 'clean out the year.headed by Temple numbers 10 Parks,;$3,175 Jackson Outlaw $5,200; Foundation educational Foundation has awardedmore
administration, based on) This answers the question! USO,' (the administration with 14 supporting secretariesand Ritch, $8,400; and $8,400; awards for study abroad in than $17.5 million for its
the payroll for September, "Will Bradford School" building), Now, .the questionis ) clerks. Last year's staff $8,400., ; Chitty, 1975.76 are being sought by the various programs. More than
first month of the 1973-74 Changes Mean Savings? : "Will Temple's changes included eight professionalsand Principals and assistant Starke Rotary Club, according 6,000 :young men and women
school year. which headlined an article in result in saving or in added six supporting personnel.The principals for 72.73 included to Col. Harry Hat have gone to countries other
Last total bill for the Gainesville Sun on May 231 expenditures?" than their own for a year of
year's totals listed previouslyare BHS cher, president.The
stated principal, $17,451; two
j'4)1 11 salaries of all persons in the 1973. That article The salary budget prepared based on these individual assistant principals at $13,2'J9each Foundation offers four study.As .
administrative offices "When Jim Temple ran for by the school awards: a non-profit
was system shows positions and personnel: For and curriculum types of educational
coordinator -
? Bradford school the
336337. For the new school County that 24 persons now occupy the 1972-73 school year the $8,828; Bradford graduate received Foundation organization Is, Rotary
superintendent of schools Middle school principal, those who have supported by
salary was $18,324, assistant bachelor's degree or voluntary contributions from
$16,852; assistant principal,
I Rotarians, Clubs
Rotary
superintendent, $16,379, four $13,583 vocational lechmcal equivalent and are betweenthe and
August Bond Sales ; friends of in
DuPont Announces supervisors each earning school principal, $14,483; ages of 20 and 28; un- countries.Rotary 150 different -
Cecelia Terwillegar joins Total $14,151, food services, $9,000, night classes coordinator, dergraduate scholarships, for
Further information
Lovorn Realtors. 812,447 and psychologist, 13886. $14,483; Starke Elementary, those with a minimum of two about
ot university level l work the awards is available from
The 73-74 professional staff years
$15,175; Southside Elemen-
Mrs.Terwillcgar Four PromotionsGordon U. S. Savings Bond sales includes superintendent of tary, $15,025; Hampton, and are between the ages of 18 Harry M. Hatcher or Tom
during August totaled $12,447 schools, $19,375; deputy $13,959; Lawtey, $14,275; to 24; technical training Slade. Application deadline is
Joins KII Real in Bradford County, according awards for those with a March 15, 1974.
B. Howell Managerof Newport, Del. plant in 1967, superintendent, $18,900; Brooker, 13674.
to S. L. Peek Jr. education and at
president of curriculum secondary
coordinator
E. I. Du Pont where he served as supervisorof New line-up for the 73-74
Company'sHighland
Estate Firm and Trail Ridge minor construction, the Florida Bank at Starke $16,485; vocational coor- term is as follows: BUS least two years working
plants, has announced four laboratory engineer, and and chairman and the county dinator, $16,485; director of Principal, $17,850; assistant, experience and are betweenthe My Neighbors
volunteer of 21 to 35 awards to
assistant relations savings bond operations, $10,710; media $14,805; curriculum coordinator ages ;
R. T. Lovorn, realtor, an recent Staff promotions. employee chairman.The handicapped,
teachers of the
He returned coordinator, $9,345; business $13,335 dean,
supervisor. to ;
nounces that Cecelia Ter. Frank Ilgen, a native of
Florida in 1970 county reached 75 per manager, $10,710; food ser $10,995; pupil personnel for those who have been
as supervisorof
willegar has joined his firm as Pennsylvania, with 20 years
cent of its teachersof
19J3 sales Julltime
goal at vices engaged as
$9,450; special director, $15,015 BMS
a sales associate and broker company service at the industrial relations, sub- ;
the end of August, Peek education coordinator the mentally, physically or
apprentice.Mrs. Florida plants, was promotedto sequently becoming area (not principal, $16,695; assistant,
Terwillegar completedthe plant engineer.A supervisor of the Highlandwet reports. paid by this county) ; $14,595; curriculum coordinator educationally handicapped for
Sales of Series E and H at least two at the time
educational qualificationsfor graduate of the Chicago mill until his present psychologist, $12,915.Supporting $13,965; Vo-Tech years
United States Savings Bonds of applications and are bet-
took the Institute of promotion. staff of principal, $15,960; assistant,
licensing, Bert Technology, Ilgen
in Florida during August secretaries and clerks for 72- $14,595 classes ween the ages of 25 to 50.
Rodger's prep course for The began his Du Pont career as Reddish is Lay Leader in ; night coordinator -
totaled round-
Florida Real Estate Com electrical superintendentduring the First United !Methodist $9.7 million, down 73 were as follows: Hurst, $15,435; Starke Each award includes
mission exam and passed the construction of the Church of Starke; and has $876,211 below the August 1972 $5,250; B. Casey, $4,173; Elementary principal, trip transportation,
exam, thus qualifying her as a Highland plant. At the time of served as president of two level Peek reports. Epperson, $8,000; Chitty, $15,435; curriculum coordinator educational and living expenses -
registered real estate his promotion he was main- Bradford County SchoolPTA's Savings bond sales in the $7,700; Ritch, $7,700; and $14,490; Southside for one academic year,
salesman. tenance engineer at the Trail president of the state totaled $99.9 million Darley, $4,935. Elementary Principal, and funds for intensive "Oullorry., (tliut* I howife"
During her one-year apprentice Ridge plant. Bradford Quarterback Club during the eight month period, This year the supportingstaff ) $15,435; curriculum coordinator language training, if grocery list-hereliere" -
period she will Mr. Ilgen and his wife, and member of Starke Golf) up $7.3 million over the same includes: Hurst, $7,350; $14,490; Hampton, necessary.In .. theDolt' threatening|
receive further instructions in Melba have made their homein and Country Club's Board of period last year. Florida Darley, $6,750; Moxley, $14,805; Lawtey, $15,120; 1947 the Foundation ....'
office management, ethics, the Keystone Heights area Directors. He, his wife, Ada, annual attained sales 75.2 per cent of its $5,120; Dickerson, $4,780; Brooker, $14,805. started its programs of sen-
goal
August 31
financing market analysis, for the past 20 years, now and their three sons make which is 5.2 per cent above the,
sales and listing contracts and residing on Lake Geneva. The their home on Debra Street, in expected achievement
for the
the many details associatedwith couple has three children and the "Green Acres" section of eight month period.Tucker .
becoming a professionalin one grandchild. He is a Mason Starke.
the business. and Trustee of the Community Glenn Shuford was
Church in Keystone Heights.In promoted to group supervisor, CARPS
Mrs. Terwillegar attended [ his new position, he will Highland wet mil He is a life Names
Seminole High School, Sanford have primary responsibilityfor time resident of the Lawteyarea GOING OUT
Florida made her social the maintenance with 21 years of Du Pont
debut in Orlando; studied programs and departments of service. City Committees
business administration at the two plants. Previous to this promotion
Stetson University and was a Richard Little has been he was a laboratory Chairman Neil Tucker
member of Phi Beta Phi to technician in the plant's
promoted area supervisor announced the makeup of the
Sorority. She was also a Highland Wet Mill, from his technical section, and servedin City's new standing com-
member of Junior Welfare former position of project several other capacities, on mittees at Tuesday night's
League. engineer.A a temporary basis.A Council meeting.
They are:
Since coming to Starke 15 native of Tennessee Little member of the Lawtey Utility Committee Orie OF BUSINESS
years ago, her civic and social received his Mechanical First Baptist Church, Mr Wiggins chairman, Vernon
activities have included: Engineering degree from the Shuford, his wife, Helen, and Silcox and Power Plant Supt.
president Women of St. !Marks University of Tennessee and their three children reside on George Graudons.
Episcopal Church six years; joined the Du Pont Companyseven State Road 225, just west of Recreation Silcox chair-
district vice-president; ser- years ago, as a Lawtey. man, Neil Tucker and
ving second year as mechanical supervisor at the Recreation Director Randall
vestryman of St. !Marks; New Johnsonville, Tenn. Davis.
chairman of Bradford County plant. He was transferred to Rules Laws and Ordinance
Cancer Association; first Florida in 1970 as a Group My Neighbors Wiggins chairman, Charles
second third fourth vice-
Supervisor at the HighlandWet Schaefer and City Attorney
president and treasurer of Mill. Pierce.

Starke Woman's Club; one of) Mr Little is a Mason and N...,........... George Streets Schaefer chairman -
the founders of Starke Golf -
member of the First United
Streets Supt. S. R. Hicks
and Country Club; president Methodist Church in Starke. and Silcox.
Ladies Golf Assn.; United With his wife, Sue, and their Fire Jimmy McRae
Daughters of Confederacy; three. children, he resides at Q chairman, Wiggins, and Fire
secretary and treasurer of "Five Oaks", off State Road Chief Harold Glasgow.
Terwillegar Motors. 230: east, near the Starke Golf Safety McRae chairman,
Mr. and !Mrs. "
Terwillegarare and Club.
Country Schaefer and Police Chief
members of Timuquanna Drew Reddish, a native of Jimmy Bowen.
County Club Seminole Club Bradford County, with 18 Sanitation Silcox chair-
and Hidden Hills Country Club of Du Pont service,
years was .; man, McRae and Hicks.
of Jacksonville. They have a promoted to Highland
daughter Anne, and son. maintenance engineer. "Ha, foiled again!" chairman Hardship, with-McRae.Schaefer,
Clyde Byron III Reddish graduated from the

University of Florida,
received. an ROTC Com DR. D.W WHIFFENDR.
Free Notary mission, and served two yearsof
active duty with the U. S. JH. MINESINGER
Service OfferedFree Army He is a Major in the
Florida National Guard with ANNOUNCE NEW OFFICES HOURS
24 years' service, presently
Notary Public serviceon serving as Commander of the CLOSED ALL DAY
WED.
two items will be furnishedby 153rd Finance Detachment
the Bradford-Clay Board of Adjutant General WEEK DAYS 9 A.M. 5 P.M.
Realtors according to Kay Headquarters, St. Augustine.
Agresti publicity chairman. Reddish began his Du Pont SAT 8:3O: A.M. 12OO: P.M.
Free notary service will be career as Dry Mill Supervisorat
provided for absentee voter the Trail Ridge plant. He 2T-10/18 964-6311
ballots in all elections and for was transferred to the 207 S. WALNUT ST. STARKE FLA.
Driver Education Certificates
issued to all completing the Galore
prescribed courses. a a o o P 0 o B 9 t aj) a ff o o o fl 8oeB attflfl i ga apBOBBOoiiB8BB B o Savings

Citizens may drop in at the
nearest realtor office to have

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department's new rescue
unit and operation procedureswere
inspected September 26, Fresh Meat In
by Doctor Louis 11. Rousselotand
John D. Reardon.
Fire Chief Huntley Red-
fearn conducted the tour for Quantity.
Dr. Rousselot who is chief of .
the Emergency Medical
""'..
Services branch and Mr. ,
Reardon. project officer for -, o
the Department of Health, BUY A "
Education and Welfare Rockville .

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Purpose of the visit was to WHOLEVfe
review the project operationand ,
to conduct an on the site
tour of the unit itself and its

operation"The procedures.inspectors were COME IN EARLY

pleased their inspection with the" said results Chief of OR QTR-

Huntley Redfearn. Jr.
These officials will be
making on the site visits to BEEF
inspect other rescue units in
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I School Short Under FTE Funding Man Gets

Funding; ; (From Page 1)) sedan into the, driven rear of by a 1964 Charles Fiat

I Under the state's new costs more to live in some -Approved an amended bus barn. Temple said the safe order. '-' Edwin Hutcheson Starke. 15 YearsIn
working
education funding system parts of the state so they pay grade system for bus extra man Is needed as all 33 -Okayed October by Ronnie Edwin Sellars, Hutcheson was making a left
I based on pupil attendance should receive more than 100 drivers and the employment buses in the system are in 19 from a conference(changing Lawtey collided with a 1972 turn on SK-16 and Preston the first jury trial of the
Bradford schools have earned per cent of the funds they earn of another mechanic at the daily use and must be kept in regular school to day to a Plymouth sedan, driven by failed to notice how( slow( fall term of Circuit Court, held
some $45,000 less than anticipated under the funding based on full day permit Ernest Boyd Grider Starke, Hutcheson was going, police M:).rday, Oct. 8, John William
participation in
for the first accounting pupil attendance. For instance at a Stare on Temple said. Preston was charged Martin was found guilty of
homecoming( activities
period counties receiveas by Avenue in Grider was with careless and and
Supt. Jim some ) students at the driving no breaking and entering
Temple told the School Boardat high as 109 per cent of the -Authorized high school. charged with failure to obey a valid driver's license. grand larceny, and was
its Oct. 4 meeting. funds they earn while the 40 II I a lease- traffic light. Damage to the Damages were $300 to both sentenced to a term of 15
"We had our first accounting counties in the suit, including NlIIIM purchase: agreement for an right side of the Plymouth was vehicles. years in the Florida State
offset
from the state under Bradford, receive less funds w printing machine at a estimated at $350 and to the Prison.
the new funding program," than they earn under the cost of $760 per month. front of the Oldsmobile at $75. Martin was charged with
Temple said, "And while we program. For every dollar -Adopted as policy, A 1970 Ford pickup, driven breaking and entering the
earned$416,000( we will have to Bradford schools earn under regulation for so students can by Albert G. Lechtenberger of Rescue. home of Mrs. Mabel ,
qualify early admission to Jacksonville, and a 1964 GMC Mood
make some adjustments to FTE funding the school who( resides on Road n
make up the apparent loss of district receives 91 cents for college. semi-tractor trailer, driven by the western part of Bradford
funds. Hopefully school instance.In Starke-Awarded a contract to Fred G. Dunn of Pensacola, (From Page 1)) County.
attendance will improve and other action at the Oct. 4 Typewriter Service, as sideswiped on US-301, Oct. 5. Articles of jewelry, con-
thus improve Bradford's meeting, the School Board: low bidder, for maintenanceof Driver of the pickup, size first aid kits delivered to sisting of a diamond wedding
school
money picture under the new -Was told by Temple and typewriters. The bid Lechtenberger, was charged his office. ring, a gold watch, bracelets,
Full Time Equivalency Attorney Gene Shaw that sale was $10( per manual with careless driving. The kits, delivered Oct. 4, and costume jewelry were
funding program, the of the former Anderson Schoolin typewriter and $22.50 for Damages to the semitractorwere are being supplied to the some of the items taken.
superintendent added. Lawtey to the state Divisionof electric. $50 and$350 to the Ford.A county free of charge as a Jurors on the case were:

The funding program will be Corrections is being held up -Accepted the bid of$30 per 1973 Plymouth coupe, participant in the Emergency Julius Royal, Jr., James L.
reviewed again in February, until a land survey is made. month from Mildred Glisson driven by Terry Lee Medical Care Project( with Waters, David II. Black,
he said. When the sale is completed y for the right to collect swill at Calloway with Lake Butler, each of the 12 kits valued to Thomas O. Swann, Gordon( J,
Temple also reminded the Temple proposed that $35,000 the school cafeterias. collided a 1971 Plymouth( approximately $15. The new Jones and Charles H. Mit
school board that it is one of 40 of the amount received be -Received notice from Gulf coupe driven by Selma first aid units, to be chell. Wm. C. Graudons
county school boards( to have spent to purchase four buses 5 Oil Distributor Freeman Eunice Thompson of Starke, distributed to law en- served as alternate juror.
joined( in a suit to( have the and the board approved the Register that the school's Oct. 6. Damages to the right forcement and fire personnelin The defendant Martin was
"cost of living adjustment"clause suggestion.With side of the 71 Plymouth were Union County, will providethe represented by Jeff Barker
price for regular gasoline had at$500 and the front of the 73 means for the officers and andthe
deleted from( the new that in mind, the board assistant public defender,
dam been raised cents
.0028
Temporary now blocks the canal per
Joining Crosby and
Plymouth at $500.A .
to for the
FTE men care injured
handledby
funding program. He authorized early purchase of prosecution was
Sampson lakes. of 19.
gallon as Sept. .
said the 1973 Ford coupe, driven until such time as a rescue
present formula will the buses through the state Ken Hebert, assistant state
$600
cost Bradford schools a totalof pool( purchasing arrangementso Approved for a recreational supplement by Wallace Preston, collided team arrives on the scene. attorney.

$302,000 this fiscal year. ( delivery will be made in activities at the schools in
1))
The cost of living adjustment time for school next fall. The Lake Canal... (From Page Hampton and Brooker.
1 is a clause written board's policy has been to
-Received notice that State
into the law with the supportof replace four school buses lowering of the damage lake will to cause the ficials armed with new Senate President Mallory MALLARDSATTENTION

some( larger Florida every year based on a 10-year permanent natural environment. pollution and ecology laws and Horne, D-Tallahassee will
counties which contend it replacement program. concerned about what the visit Starke ElementarySchool
Regional biologist for the digging would do to the en- Oct. 11 and Bradford MOTHERS
> MMK t gife>MK. M&>MK MKVMOMK*| Department of Pollution( vironment.The Middle School and Bradford
Control, here Tuesday to digging has been done High School on Oct. 25.
Inspect the lake would not primarily with drainage the Temple said the visits are partof
Ii confirm that permanent benefit in mind. But the a program by Horne to A RIG
KNOWTHE damage has been done to the commission over the years reach the grass roots level of
lake. Jim Hubner, local game has discussed linking the the school system and which
warden, said he would be three lake chain with canalsas will cover 26 counties. 8x10PORTRAIT
p going to Crosby to look over a recreation area for -Heard that a
I the situation. Hubner stated fishermen and boaters, but reorganlzational meeting of LIMIT +
LAWby that the lake would have to funds to develop that aspect of the board has been scheduledfor :
drop several feet before the project have never been Nov. 6 in accordance witha NA TURAL COLOR I PER FAMILY
willillm.l damage would be done to the available.Possibility. new state law.Authorized OdoursUP
Frank fish population. He said that of constructing( a funds for Supt. TO 4
he could not make an large camping area for Jim Temple to attend the PHOTOGRAPHEDONLY
evaluation without going to visiting fishermen has been National FFA Convention in $ .99 AT $1 t CO EXTRA
Representative | Crosby and checking the shore discussed in this connection. Kansas City, Mo. Oct. 15-16 PER PERSON
line and grassy feeding There is also the possibility with the Bradford High FFA
Iistricl25 grounds. that more drainage would contingent. Also gave Templeand PLUS SO CENTS FILM CHARGE
I Over the past few years the enhance the sale of shorelineon Deputy Supt. W. L.
county commission has Crosby and Sampson Kilpatrick permission to Friday October 12th' 10 A.M. to 6 P.M.
iii gradually worked on wideninga Lakes. Much of the shore line attend a meeting in Dallas,
natural drainage canal from of Crosby and Sampson is Texas Oct. 29-31 on MALLARDS 5 and 10 I
With respect to the state insurance are not( affected by Rowell Lake west to Crosby( swampy. Residents of the negotiating collective 115 E. Call Street We have charms ,
government of Florida undoubtedly this act.Claims. then from Crosby to Sampson.The area have traditionally been bargaining contracts with the i %' yitt
the most significant are barred unless canals are part of a plagued by water in wet school board. Starke Florida
piece of legislation enacted by brought within four years drainage system which drains periods.
the 1973 Legislature is the after accrual and no action west from Trail Ridge in
"Tort Claim Act," which may be brought by anyone Camp Blanidng via Alligator
waives sovereign immunity of unlawfully participates in Creek through Starke to Economic Growth,
the state to t the extent a riot, unlawful assembly Rowell Lake. Alligator Creek Environmental
specified in the act. public demonstration, mob and Rowell, Crosby, and Gains You Want
However, this waiver does violence or civil disobedienceif Sampson Lakes form a Both Culled PossibleThe You Say
not include punitive damagesor the claim arises therefrom. system which drains out of United Nations Development
the Claims must be filed with into the Santa
interest for period priorto Sampson Fe
judgment. The waiver is the agency or county which River and on to the Gulf. Programme has
further limited to( $30,000 for a the claim Is against and a published a new booklet, "Be To Invest But Only On 0.
single claim or judgement and duplicate claim must be Over the years the county yond Conflict or Compromise" J<;
to $100,000 for claims or furnished to the Departmentof has also widened and intended to demonstrate thata ,
judgments arising out of the Administration if it is deepened Alligator Creek. confrontation between safeguarding
same occurrence. Excess against a state agency. This made water get to Rowell the environmentand ?
judgments may be paid in The board of county com- Lake faster than it had economic growth may be A Short Term Basis
part or whole only by act of missioners must approve or previously. In extremely wet avoided.
the Legislature. No state or disapprove and pay if approved periods water would pile up in
subdivision employee is any: claim against a Rowell then gradually drain Development and ecologyare
personally liable for acts or county not in excess of $1,000 through natural courses to not really separate or The Answer Is As As.
omissions committed in the and authorizes each board to Crosby and Sampson. conflicting: concerns accord- Simple .
scope of his employmentunless make rules and proceduresfor ing to Rudolf A. Peterson
he acted in bad faith or ( responding to such claims.A Canals between Rowell and UNDP Administrator.
with malicious purpose or in rejection by the county is Crosby and Crosby and Rather, he they interlocking
wanton and willful disregard.If deemed a final denial of the Sampson were held up for says are
there is liability insurance claim. years while the county con- facets of the same
covering the action brought, The Tort Claim Act does not tinually sought right of way concern : "How] to improve 5.23%
these limitations do not applyto take effect until January 1, from land owners. Before the present conditions and future Per Annum
the extent of the coverage. 1975, and applies only to in- canals were ever completed, prospects of human life on Ponbook Savings Ask About Other
Agencies or political sub- cidents occurring on or after the county dug out Sampson this planet. No Minimum
that date. Canal west of the lake where it
divisions authorized
are ( to "Beyond Conflict or Com.promise" ExcitingCertificate
to For further information drains into Santa Fe River
join together purchase is available from
contact Representative Frank and installed a flood gate to
insurance or provide( other
the UNDP United Nations
means or meeting obligationsfor Williams P. O. Box 1063 regulate the water from ,
New York N.Y. 10017 in
damages, and existing Starke, Florida( 32091 or Sampson
l laws allowing the purchase of telephone: 9647202. In recent years the county English, French and Spanish.The 6.50%
finally got the right of way to price is $2 a copy with Per AnnumCertificates Savings
dig the canals between Rowell 6.75%*
discounts of up to 50 per cent '
and Crosby, which it did first. for bulk purchases.A Per Annum 1 YearSIOOOMimmurr Investments"All
Then last year this work Certificates
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home = progressed on the canal from 2'Vi Year
t Crosby to Sampson. While the Saucer That CleansA D S5000 Minimum
county could not secure free
STARKE will fly despite -
saucer never
right-of-way to dig in previous
Phone 96 -620D : years, it has been plagued its $1.3 million cost admit
: more recently by state ofTen Georgia-Pacific Corp.
,
Rental ,, engineers in Bellingham
Hospital Beds( Walkers, heel Chairs & Crutches. Wash., but it will handle
; delicious colors of soft tip cleaning of 20 million gallonsa
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS : pans Expresso Showcase. day of paper mill waste Earnings Compounded Daily

Phone 473-3176 :, Bradford County Telegraph. TF water to further protect Bellingham

bay. The 160-foot

diameter continuing clarifier pollution is part control ofa New Certificates issued by Savings & Loan Associations & Commercial Banksare

program at the G-P installation Subject to new penalties for early withdrawal: A certificate holder making an early

withdrawal will receive Interest on the amount withdrawn at not more than the prevailing passbook

Dairii rate, and shall also pay a minimum penalty or the lesser of ((1)) 90 days' ((3 months') interest at the

t\eiv Inflalaltle Warehouse passbook rate or ((2)) interest at such rate from the date of issuance or renewal on the amount with-

Queen An appropriate place to drawn.
store inflatable tires is in an

inflatable warehouse. They To Save Where
It
are more versatile than other Pays

buildings and they can cost a

brazierOff lot less the Goodyear( Tire & You to Save !
Ac
1 ; Rubber Company has found.So They Pay

Goodyear; has contacted

Environmental Structures,
Inc. (ESI) of Cleveland to

Brazier erect the world's largest inflatable Guaranty Federal, Serving
Super
building at its Topeka -

Kan. plant to store

I Could) Eat giant cnithmo\er tires up to Alachua Clay
11 feet in diameter Bradford and
Two Morn Burger When completed this sum

mer, the new inflatable structure

''-.-.- ( If 'J. ",.. ',, half will for(enclose! storing\ an acre approximately anda Guaranty Federal Savings and Loan Assn.
t
'10 \ 5.500 of the big tires
Thur next to Goodyear's Topeka
In Gainesville
tire distribution center. \ '.,
a"if1ii. 220 N. Main $t. Phone 378-1431
; =
& Fri. Word of a shortage in anything .III 3501 W, University Ave Phone 373-8482

the hoarders to
work. The acts man at the nextle.k .IJ' In Starkt:
says a visit to his attic 395 W. Madison St. Phone 964.5000
-" indicates his wife must have
964-8911 heard there is a shortage of InKfystoniHtichts:

empty boxes.! 1: [ Corner of. Lawrence and Sylvan Way

1401 N. Temple Ave. Starke Fla. .___. _.. Phone 413.4952
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Page* TELEGRAPH October 11, 1973



I Rendering Plant Officials Intend To Eliminate OdorNational Utility Rates... (from Page 1))

salary Increases of close to increase from $87,119.78 to
$1,000 each for the chief and $110,223.28, including plant
Protein officialssay No.Three is about what would assistant chief. employee salary increases of
they want to eliminate [ be found in a farm pond. from $20,857.78 to 2661828.
odors from their Hampton I All air and odors from Inside The Police Department
rendering plant and are doing, the plant are pulled into an air stepped its request budget up After three hours of
to $136,773.24 with the
from $123,457.67 wrestling figures
as speedily as possible, scrubber by a large exhaust around raises for several Councilmen showedsigns
with $1,000
everything recommended by fan. The air scrubber washes
the air the Chief (from $9,208.46 to of weariness and
engineers.Ron forcing out
small solid
$10,255.96))and Assistant Chief Chairman Tucker decided to
Salter of materials and
president
National Protein, answered gasses. The water dissolving from any the (from $8,221.78 to $9,150.44)). call it quits without getting

questions concerning the scrubber flows through filters Street and Garbage into the touchy subject of
salaries. The
operation of the plant and and on to the lagoons for Department upped its annual next budget
set for
NP's desire to eliminate treatment.The request from $81,531.80 to session was Tuesday
odors. consulting engineers $88,369.52 with salary increases night, Oct. 16.

"We sincerely regret any determined that this process for all personnel.The .
odor problems that any works less efficiently than State Gas Tax: FarnmersinDixieAdopt
residents have received and possible and recommended
sought a $20,000
are determined that we will ,(.. that additional scrubbers be boost Department from $39,000 to $58,645 Beef CattleAs
not be a source of odors in the '\I t ., built into the"system. Salter from
.,. ., raise
including a
'
'''' ''-'' -" New Farm
''
.
Salter said. Most of ; '''- said that Crop
future
equipment will be
the ..f '': h ........... "' ...,.=..;.,: _-...: placed in $6,868.47 to 8250.84 for the
engineers' recom- > operation
.t ...., .. _' as soon as
'II
"
Y
: foreman.
: .. { ; >> street There's something in
new
mendations have already ... :. J...)" it, ,;"'t.. 1t1 \> possible. The Parks and Recreation
'ifJ.'fj' Dixie. Lush Bermuda
been followed, including one k." 1 \ With the installation of this grass
major suggestion of changingthe -.& .....'.. .. ... "_.__. ':l'", _.;!!:; ;;, -: :-_-:;: ;.J'4' ... _'' .-.., ,... new equipment the money Department boost from put$34,078.03 in its bid for to a pastures are spreading
.
first lagoon to aerobic : : .........---- :; .;-.::-: ...... -. ..: .. spent at the rendering plant throughout the South and it
-' :- ; ; :. -;,;... $42,529.16tentatively '
which removes the possibilityof ;';; 1 .- .,;. ._ -;-. .-- ,: ; -'. '- :.,. _. for odor prevention and waste trimmed by the Council to is being eaten by beef cows
odors from the water :; : -"'. ... c-L; .--<.' .. --.. : ...,.;;:..; --. --' .- : treatment will total over $40,529.16.Administration's. and calves.
: -' .... -
treatment : .. : $100,000. Value of all
National
system. -.. -- ._'. .. -:- ;;: ..' ..- '::: ..:, >. budget Today, ten southern states
., = Protein
asked ;.
Salter that ; is
anyone .. -,- '-.-. _-- .. __- .... -. "'"! ._ .. _..._ -_. equipment around rose from $148,428.07 rank cattle
who smells an odor that they ,,-_: ;. -: .. ::;::. : .>. ......,..::. :....-. : ':""' .' ... $750,000. : request production among
is caused the ;- w ---- _.--..--=. W'"""" ... --. -- .., ._ ---.---:: ., ..""" .: When the to$155,264.24 with increase their top two agricultural industries -
believe _
by .. ,_ cooking
.. .- 01".0-- ._- .rrM process
.. -.-_ and two
call : ....,..;'_. .. .. _... ". '. ",-" .. : ., has been for the City Clerk with beef calves the
plant to please .
rendering ,. completed is
.. ,
.. '. ,_ ... ..--.-...... ".. -,.. grease clerical workers from
-
.
... '
National Protein immediatelyso '....-.. ...- '-- -.'. -- ... -:-""' -.."" -- removed from the cookers top farm-income maker in six
> .
and the
.. .' "" = to 26348.92,
:;
: $22,701.07
it can be checked. _.-"i" ,...... .-.,,, ". ......-----:-- -. ...-..- _: .."""""" __ ... _. ..-.1JIIII/W'-: J leaving the dry, high protein building inspector from $1,675 states and second in four
The raw material used in ....- ," ... .;;I meal. Grease flows to
.
-
... ; .. waiting
;
.. more.
.. ,. to .
--= ; "" ,...... '._. _. I .. ... tanks for $1,969.32.The
the rendering operationcomes '" -' -:--"- "' '" .... ...... .-..-..;;' shipment.The sandy Utilities Bill New Holland
from four processors ... ,. ",...... ---- --- 11\- ... .- .--- ..: colored dry meal to feed System Culp, a
located in Jacksonville .. _.. ))1-...... -'- _'_" ..- __ .. ....... ... T: ( goes (electric, water, and sewer) equipment dealer in Bossier
,.-. .. ..- ....... ..;....,'- :rL.<;Y.!:": processors by way of freightcars asked for a hefty $87,060 Increase -
-- "' ----- ...r.o' City, La., can see a general
Plant and and
Gainesville
trucks.
City .. ....., "": -;;::-:- : .. ;; Processorsmix from $455,376.08 to
.. .. .
improvement in farming in
In addition
Alachua. area -" -.'::' the high-protein meal in-
Raises
sometimes .,.'; ;::; with other $542,436.08. were the South since cattle ranch-
poultry raisers ..A _.w. ingredients in the cluded for all personnel, Including -
bring in their dead chickens. production of feed for Public Works ing was introduced a few
Each of the processors James Miller, electrician for the rendering plant looking Aerators push water upward (as pictured) allowing. more animals. of all kinds. Superintendent (S. R. Hicks) years ago. This optimistic
slaughter animals and send over the new aerators now installed in Lagoon No. 1. oxygen to mix with the water.
the inedible, unsaleable from 8975.10 to $9,984.52; viewpoint is shared by many
remains to the rendering production which would be ..uu I lagoons for treatment. Plant Superintendent (George of his customers, including
plant, passed on to the customer. _. Els At the hearing En- There really Isn't much to Graudon) from $8,843.43 to Jess Loyd, banker and
These waste parts from Royal Jones, designer of N.P., -- vironmental Science and worry about In the economic 11191.44, and garage rancher.
estimated that rendering Inc. situation. The average famI- mechanic (Edwin Vickery)
chicken and pork productionare > ; Engineering !Mr Loyd is vice presidentof
purchased by the ren- plants reduce the purchase Gainesville recommended ly can afford everything except from $8,229.00 to $9,172.80. the First National Bank ofShrevt'port.
dering plant and transportedat price of processed foods by .4 that the process be altered to food, clothing and shelter The Gas Department'sproposed .
the expense of National five cents per pound. completely eliminate the budget called for an
Protein. Once the inedible and un- I possibility of producing an
Salter stated in the public saleable parts reach the plant, odor. The engineering
hearing that if the plant were they are all placed in huge suggestions included the installation -
shut down the waste would pressure cookers where wateris of two aerators,
have to be buried or burned. boiled out. No incinerationof ),, totaling 50 horsepower, in the
Pollution control now requiresthat any kind takes place at the 14 first lagoon. Salter said that Our depositorsdeserve
any incinerator must plant. 4 I this recommendation has
include an after-burner to Steam from the cookers been carried out, "as well as
eliminate odors in the air. passes out through pipes all other suggestions that the
Processors forced to bury where it is condensed back firm made."
waste would also have an into water. Then, filtered and Aerators presently workingin our loyalty
extra expense added to clarified the waste water is Lagoon No. One exceed the
pumped to the first of three specifications of the engineershired
{ lu J uu iI to eliminate any sourcesof They it.
I y odor from the plant. get

u "The engineers, who made
NEW CLASSESDRAFTING the N.P.survey are one of the
top firms in the field of
pollution control," Salter said. Florida National Banks.FLORIDA '

;, "We intend -to follow their .
recommendations fully and
4r completely" he stated.
Begins 10/16/73 I IT. Water from these
lagoons
BANK AT STARKE
does not flow into streams
any I J'
Tues & Thur. 7.10
p.m. but is self-contained within the Jefferson at Clark Street.Telephone:964.7050tatemettofr : :

plant. Having passed through}
CAKE DECORATINGBegins treatment, the water. in lagoon,-


10/18/73

Thursday 7-10p.m.


i Triii ii' 'i-"milf "I i i if i i n"lii i i "!
FLORAL ARRANGINGBegins

T. .. T j :

10/16/73 r I

Tuesday 7.10 p.m. d""'"" } ,
4t ,


NATIONAL ELECT CODE A in
r k Nl

Begins 10/16/73 Kt t'aLJ. i t'.eiN lup ; ltti4w twdr ; N E

Tuesday 7-10p.m.
Ron Salter President of National Protein spends three days
SEWING each week at the rendering plant checking on operations.Here .
he inspects the huge air scrubber which will soon be
Going On replaced at the suggestion or pollution control engineers. 93073RESOURCES


Mon & Wed. 7-10p.m. Student Education



Bradford Union Area Loans AvailableStudents LOANS AND DISCOUNTS . . . . . . . 5578111.15

Vocational Center BANKING HOUSE, FURNITURE& FIXTURES . 281398.36
who need money for available under this new PREPAID EXPENSES 14,162.97
their education after high program administered by
609 N.
Orange St. school for HEW's Office of Education. OTHER RESOURCES .337.99ACCRUED

Basic Educational Opportunity "Although limited this yearto INTEREST AND

964-6150 Grants,according to first-year,students full-time post- INCOME RECEIVABLE 108,576.51 . . . .
Mr. Ken Blair. secondary the
More than $122 million is program is expected to benefitan U. S. GOVERNMENT

estimated one-half million SECURITIES 1,158,615.47 . . . .
rI students who might otherwisebe U. S. GOVERNMENT
unable to continue their
& Faris education," Secretary AGENCY SECURITIES 1,788,921.53 . . .
Johnson Weinberger said. FLORIDA COUNTY AND

MUNICIPAL BONDS 1,259,045.78 . . . .
Under the Basic Grant OTHER STATE AND MUNICIPAL BONDS
Hurry Hurry Hurry program students in financial
need may obtain funds to help 1,363,884.10 . . . .

pay their educational expenses OTHER SECURITIES 461,556.38 . . . .
Time To Plant Now college, university at any vocational approved CASH ON HAND AND

school, technical institute, or DUE FROM BANKS 302,715.16 ? 6443314.93
hospital school of nursing.
How much a student or his
Field SeedRYE
family can contribute affects
the amount of his Basic Grant 12,317,325.40
and is determined accordingto
a formula established by LIABILITIESCAPITAL
the U. S. Office of Education.To .

Fla Black Rye Vita GrazeKoolGrazer

Gator Rye apply for a Basic Grant,
an "Application for Deter-
Wrens Abruzzi mination of Expected Family 300,000.00 . . . .
Contribution" must be ob- SU R PLUS 975,000.00.

OATS tained, filled out, and mailedto UNDIVIDED PROFITS 118,862.46 . . .
Gulf Annual Rye Pasture P. O. Box B, Iowa City, RESERVE FORCONTINGENCIES
Iowa 52240. Within a month
Florida 500 Grass the student is notified of the 188,921.46 ? 1582783.92

Florida 501 Common Rye Lawn amount contribution.of his family's He then expected RESERVE FOR LOSSES ON LOANS 45,910,94

Grass submits the notification to the RESERVE FOR TAXES, INTEREST, ETC. 119,109.73

school of his choice, which INTEREST & INCOME COLLECTED,
OCTOBER PLANTINGS calculates the amount of the NOT EARNED 316,853,24
Basic Grant to which he is
Vegetable Seeds & Plants Onion Sets entitled. DEMAND DE POSITS 5,290,025.05 . . . . .
Application forms are now TIME DE POSITS 4,962,642.52 . 10,252,667.57

Broccoli lirussel Sprouts, Cabbage, Carrots, Cauliflower, available at student financialaid

Collard, Endive, Kale, Lettuce, Lupine Mustard, Onion seed-sets institutions offices at, postsecondary high school

Garlic, Khol Ilabi Parsnips, Parsley, Austrian Peas, English Peas, guidance offices, post offices, 12,317,325,40

Radish, Romaine, Spinach Turnips Rutabagas Rye, Oats, Winter State employment offices,
Clover Wheat. county agricultural extension
agents, and Talent Search, : FLORIDA BANK AT STARKE
& Upward Bound, and Student Ie.
Johnson Faris Special Services projects. If f. Jefferson at Clark Street Telephone:

224 N. W. 8th Ave. Gainesville Fla. unavailable in your area,
write to Box G, Iowa City,
Iowa 52240.
964.7050'f


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I Court System Cuts Fines To CitiesWhen :-T- i- ., ___: _._


Article Five phasedout having cases tried in county cidental expenses as well as Hampton $84.
municipal courts last court with $15 in costs on each the$1 assessment for supportof Brown said Wednesday the
January, Starke and Lawtey case. the state law enforcement figures for August had been
got rid of the problem of The amount was set in an agency.As computed and that he was ,
conducting court trials but administrative order issued the municipalitiesnamed mailing checks for $570 to r t t, :%k
they also lost some fine and by Chief Circuit Court Judge as well as Hampton Starke and $519 to Lawtey 1 e
forfeiture funds used to John J. Crews on Aug. 31 aftera and Brooker, had already after deducting court costs of
support their police depart meeting here with County received the full amount of $15 for each case. He said no It
ments. Judge Elzie Sanders. It covers fines and forfeitures imposedfor cases from Brooker or
Last week they found out all costs of court, including misdemeanors or traffic Hampton were handled duringthe
how much they will lose by witness fees and other in- cases within their jurisdiction, month.
they will now be required to In his order Judge Crews
rebate court costs to the that in cases where
Trials .......................... ........................ county. explained the fine is less than $15 the i t
Through the seven-months court cost will be the amount r
(From Page 1)) tented to an additional three period' through July County of the finer and that no costs
years Clerk Gib Brown said the may be imposed In cases
withholding support j Pre-sentence investigationfor following amounts were paidto involving a parking violation.The r ty
Lawrence J. Peterson, Bobby Eugene Bonnett, the municipalities: judge also ruled that i _
possession of weapon by state who pled guilty to possessionof Starke, $8,408 for 227 cases; under extraordinary cir- y ;i
prisoner; Paul Richard sawed-off shotgun, was Lawtey $7,955 for 198 cases; cumstances, the court may + i
Wright assault with intent to ordered by the court. Brooker, $232 for six cases; assess additional costs as may ti xd
commit murder. William Crosby charged Hampton $176 for six cases. be justified.
The The towns will be requiredto schedule
court scheduled with aggravated assault Effect of this new
November 26 as motions day entered a plea of guilty, and rebate to the county the of court costs will not be so
for the above cases and adjudication of guilt was following sums: Starke $3,178, apparent in Lawtey where t a ;
December 12 for the beginningof withheld, pending a pre- Lawtey $2,772, Brooker $84 only one marshal is employed,
trials. sentence investigation. as in Starke, which has a 1" ,If h
The case of Shirley Fay Joseph Edward Marreroand PSAT ScholarshipTest much larger police depart- j
Woodard for aggravated Otis Edward Browning ment and a current budget of LfN
assault was dismissed. Jr., both charged with $123,457 for law enforcement.
Applications
Thomas Ray Hodge entereda breaking and entering with Using the August figures as .. 1t
plea of guilty for possessionof intent to commit petit larceny, a basis, Lawtey can expect to tii'' v
_
weapon by a state prisonerand pled guilty, and a pre- Available Now r take in about $6,228 annually _
was sentenced to 18 from fines and forfeitures,
sentence investigation was
months to run consecutively) ordered.An This fall sophomores, while Starke can depend on
to the term now being served. order for arrest was juniors and some seniors at only about $6,840 annuallyfrom
Charles Michael Heights School will that source.
Gardner Keystone
issued and bond set at$2,500 in
with the to take Latest audit for
charged forgery and the case of William Aaron have opportunity figures
uttering a prescription pled Ileaton,for possession of short the Preliminary Scholastic Starke, which covered the
guilty to the first charge, and barrel shotgun. Heaton failed Aptitude Test-National Merit fiscal year ending last Sept. 30
adjudication of guilt was to appear in court. Scholarship Qualifying Testas (before municipal court was Bradford High School Junior Varsity Cheerleaders" ((1-r): Guion, tilth Elterle Sonja Biggs, and Laura Thomas.
withheld by the court, pendinga The case of Richard Earl an important step in phased out), show that the city Gloria Strickland. Sharon Crosby Nancy Arwood Brenda
pre-sentence investigation. making college plans. received a total of $22,275 in
for to
Robert Ernest Wright on a Gourley, attempt This test, to be given on fines and forfeitures. BIC PENS. BRADFORD
was transferred to the Gas Hits Small Dealers I COUNTY
escape
charge of auto theft, did not trial docket. October 23, is I designed to What really happened, after Shortage Again TELEGRAPH. 49
appear. An order for arrest Joshua Mitchell measure verbal and the municipal court was cents. TF
was issued and bond set at Henry was mathematical aptitude two phased out and the city jail that could< not be passed on to
$2,500. sentenced to an additional one abilities that research has was closed, is the city police The Gizmo Shell south of past Friday and didn't think the consumer.) This problemwas
Darrell Griffis chargedwith year term upon his plea of shown to be important in made far fewer cases than Keystone and Homer Sikes he would be supplied until alleviated this past NOW
breaking and entering guilty to escape and doing college work. they had in the past. In Marchof Sr. in Grandin were cut off Monday or Tuesday, but was Monday, though when the
with intent to commit grand possession. of weapon by state Students may register for this year, for example, the again this past week by their able to get gasoline early Cost of Living Council approved PLAYINGNIGHTLY
prisoner.The turned 27 Shell Oil distributor John Saturday morning. Ray increases in the retail
larceny and grand larceny the test now and pay thefee of city police over
of Willis
case Augustas to the court, Torode of Starke. Breedlove stated that Torode price of gasoline ranging
Fee waivers are cases county
changed his plea to guilty anda $2.50.
Viles, for escape and available in certain cases. whereas they used to handle Both dealers changed over had been cut on his supply of between about 1 and 2.5 cents !
pre-sentence investigationwas possession of weapon by state that number in a week in the to Fina.gasoline, The Gizmo gasoline by 40,000() gallons. per gallon.
ordered. prisoner was transferred to mayor's,court.National. being serviced out of Starke Breedlove stated he would not However the council's 'Sonny & Help's a Comin' "
The of Cornelius Bass
case the trial docket. from Woodrow Thomas and be able to get as much gas as approval of price hikes
for breaking and entering was Larry Gene Anderson on Food Mill Ideal Sike's being serviced out of he had been receiving and was probably will be regarded by bringing you the
transferred to the trial docket. his plea of guilty to the same Lunch Palatka. planning to cut back on hours, the retail gasoline dealers as newest sounds iron.
Early Wayne Murray charges was sentenced to two For Special Diets Both dealers were refused closing on Sundays.All only half a loaf. country to rock.
Janice Parsons, Carlos Arm- more years. Week To BeObserved any more gasoline from gasoline dealers have The average retailer
strong, Marsha Kaye Brooks The cases of Lorenzo Torode this past June and suffered during this shortageon realizes less than two cents "They can play anythingby
and Tommy Newman, on a Battles, John G. Williams, fuel and are "
HereGood Torode told them he couldn't many per gallon profit on gasoline request.
variety of drug charges Donald D. Smith William afford to service them as they protesting the Phase 4 price sales. In order to pay his help ENTERTAINMENT
switched their pleas to guilty Chester Cole, William Ronald control imposed by the
and
had small tanks the gas and overhead expenses, it has
6 NIGHTS A WEEK
and a pre-sentence investigation Wood James E. Rankins, and .
f food is an importantpart shortage was a hardship on government.The become necessary to raise the
was ordered by Paul R. Cabrera, charged of the learning process everyone. major oil companieswere cost of related products, since I j-EVERY" w"EDNEbAY"S ;!
the court for each of the with possession of weapon by National Lunch not limited as to the
.. and this ;year After widespread publicity, overhead costs have Increased I
defendants. state prisoner, was tran- Week, with the theme "You Torode did continue to service price they could charge their about one cent a j ISLqAMC.WNnST 1
Willie B. Brown chargedwith sferred to the trial docket.J. Are What You Eat" will be these two accounts until this distributers and retail outlets. gallon since January 10.() NIGHT j jBobby's jat
possession of a weapon C. Norris, on a charge of observed October 14.20 in week. He told Ann Consequently, the major oil Congressman Bill Chappell "
by state prisoner, was tran- aggravated assault, was schools across the nation.In East manager of the companies imposed a .09 cent averted a crisis in the Clay
sferred to the trial docket. placed on 18 months Although a food mill does a our area, some 630,000() ( Gizmo Shell, that he :' just per gallon increase to their County Schools when he got
James Jackson on a chargeof probation.Alvin superb job throughout the youngsters will be served didn't have the gas", but did local retail outlets. ( To local the go ahead for more
two counts, ((1)) assault with Earl Todd was sentenced pureeing, Bradford dealers this meant, if they
year mashingand nutritious lunches at find her another supplier. gasoline to be delivered to the
intent to commit murder and to five years probation, straining: foods [for everyday County schools this year Ray's Shell station in bought 5,000 gallons per day, school bus garage in Green Hideaway
(2)) possession of weapon by on a charge of. breaking and meals it also can play an important through the National School Keystone ran completely out from their distributor they Cove Springs after the
state prisoner, pled guilty to entering to commit a role In preparing food Lunch Program. Betty of regular and high test this were paying$45 per day_extra, allocation for the month of 301 North'WaldoTHE
both counts and was sen- misdemeanor for special diets,,
Gehringer, Bradford school September almost ran dry.
For example when teeth are food supervisor, said this is
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faulty', whatever the reason the most nutritious meal of the
foods need to b. made easierto
day for children -
many
chew. For cooked par-
vegetables
.i -
for those from low-
pureeing in a Foley Food ticularly
ii:570hi Mill does the tritk. Use eithera income families. COMMUNITY STATE
regular household mill or the Lunches are prepared
; smaller baby-food size. Pureea according to planned nutrition
single vegetable or a combi standards and supply about
nation. one-third of the nutrients boys
For ulcer and colitis patients and girls need each day. This BANK
L'' the food mill uniquelyand program one in which the OF STARKENow
: / easily removes irritating schools receive financial and
vegetable fibers opening up a food assistance from the Food
whole new woild of taste and Nutrition Service of the U.
treats for people,on otherwise S. Department of Agriculture, ,
limited diets. in addition to the contributionsfrom
Anyone on a balt-free diet State and Local com-
For your vote of confidence in electing me your also can benefit by the use of munities.

Chief of Police. My statement in making my announcement a food pureed mill., tasteless When vegetablesare fibers are schools Posters and will be the placed cafeteria in the

to enter the race was: eliminated and he vegetable personnel will wear "Bear
flavor
so intensified that
there's little need for salt to Buttons" to emphasize the
"As your Chief of Police my fundamental duty "bring out the flavor." This is School Lunch Week concept.
particularly true iof high-fiber Wednesday October 17, the
will be to safeguard lives and property; to protectthe vegetables such as corn, lima Universal Menu will be servedin
innocent and weak, and the peaceful against beans and peas. this county. This means

violence and disorder; and to punish the guilty. For a tree leaflet offering that children all over the
additional uses for a food mill, United States will be sharingthe
send your name and address to same nutritional meal that
"I recognize the badge of this office as a symbol of "75 Ways to Use The Foley '
public faith, and I will it Food Mill" Foley Manufacturing day.Please support your
accept as a public trust to Company 3300 Fifth Street
and have child
be held so long as I am true to the ethics of the Northeast Minneapolis Minnesota > eat program t school lunch on this your day of I

public service." 55418. celebration, urges Miss I

Gehringer,
*

This I will do. Thanks again. Testimonial dinners t for

politicians are receiving so BRADFORD COUNTY 5
Sincerely,
much criticism!; that the SCHOOL MENU

JIMMY: : BOWEN loyal party member doesn't
OCTOBER 15-It
(PD. POL. ADV., know whether his contribution -
entitles hint to be in- %
vited or indicted. Menus subject to change due
to deliveries <
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Cheese Toast

:I NOTICE : Tossed Green Beans Salad with Tomato


.. : Milk Apple


I The Regulations On All 2 Hour Parking ,I TUESDAY Pig Baked in a Beans Blanket '


I Signs Will Be Strictly Enforced Regardless II I I Cole Pear Slaw HalfPeanut

I Butter Cookie I

I, Of Where They Are Erected. 1 1I Milk I i

WEDNESDAY t
; I UNIVERSAL MENU Interest On Pass Book Savings Effective
I Barbecued Beef on Bun I
: Buttered Whole Kernel Corn '
EFFECTIVE Oct. 1 1913
I II Popeye Salad ,
Yellow Cake with Cherry
I
1 Sauce '\ Interest Paid Semi-Annually 'a:

:I IMMEDIATELY Milk j j ..". ""
I .
I II THURSDAY \j
I Beans with Rice (j -

I: By Order Of I Tomato Buttered Wedges Carrots J J. Deposits Made By 10th Of Any Month s'\;zi

I. 'fr" Mixed Fruit Cup < .

:I '*: The Police Department 1 Milk Cinnamon Rolls (f. ', .t :.' Earns Interest From The 1st Of The Month ,

1 .
I FRIDAY '. .i;> .;:; ."
'," ,
'.:' .;e.'. '
with Meat Sauce u
Spaghetti
!. Jimmy Bowen ., Cheese
Membcr'F.D.I.C.Accounts
Tossed Salad .

I: Chief Of Police, Starke Green PeachesFrench Peas Insured To $20,000.00


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BIC COUNTY PENS.TELEGRAPH BRADFORD 19 Archery ShootTo Courthouse Dedication Set Sunday

cents and 25 cents TF by Soon in Clay attend Sunday: October: 19 ana
Open Dedication ceremonies of the oldest church enjoy a guided tour
Filing Cabinents; office furniture the new Clay County courthouse County.U throughout the new cour-
; Index file drawers t. At lJlanding and j jail will be held Rep.William Chappell, thouse.
Bradford County Telegraph. TF .r this Sunday, October 14, from D-Ocala,will be guest speaker
3-5 p.m. in) Green Cove during the ceremonial rites.
The special archer seasonat Springs. Residents of Clay County Arts and Crafts
Camp be open Presentation of colors and will be able to participate in
I the weekends of October 20 the singing of the National the event during the "Litanyof Festival SetSaturday
301DRIVEIN a I 21, 1:1.28, and November 3.4. Anthem, accompanied by Dedication," according to
Check station gates on the three county high school the Rev Thomas Ryan,
north side of SR-16 will open bands, Keystone Heights High chairman of the Clay County
around 6 a.m. each Saturdayand School Band) included, will Historical Commission.The In MelroseThis
Sunday until shortly after begin the program.. ceremony will also

dark. Regular hunting license The invocation, will be givenby include the laying of the new Saturday, October 13,
Show Begins At Sundown 4i4R's and archery permit are Thomas E{ Vincett, pastorof cornerstone in the new
required. The Camp Blanding at 10 a.m. til 4:30: p.m., is the
until the United Methodist courthouse and the first copyof long awaited day for the
isn't
necessary
Fri. Sat. IYv stamp Church of Middleburg. This
November 10 when the the synopsis of the historyof Melrose Arts and Crafts
church recently had its 150th Clay County since it's Festival, at the Melrose
-6RANNRAWIJMJoy general Regulations gunning are season similar opens.to anniversary ind is noted asWeupons creation in 1859 will be Elementary school gym-

OF A MOVIE. IT SHOULD ,./ r 1siw last season's, except turkey I i presented to Congressman nasium.
'" rt r J t Chappell by County Commissioner Many talented exhibitorswill
BE SEEN BY EVERYONE. will be legal archery targets. Charge
-...---...- Again this season, only buck Homer Newell have their wares on
4 /K with at least one antler This synopsis has been display during the day.
/ measuring five or more inchesare Nets Inmate prepared by the Clay County Among many local exhibitors,
: legal Historical Commission, the there will also be displays by
:T .. / Last year's game.special six day 5 More Years Rev. Thomas Ryan, author, out of (owners..
archery hunt at Camp and Mrs. AltaMae Horton Jan ,: of Keystonewill ?
Blanding resulted in three William Chester Cole was Belyea, editor, and will be on be present demonstrating
/I buck, six hogs; and two tried in circuit court on sale following the dedication her artistic cake decoratingart

squirrels being bagged. Tuesday,Oct.9,on a charge of ceremonies for $1. ; Bette and Bert's Craft
possession ofa, weapon by a There have been 5,000 Shop of Keystone, displayingtheir
W and it contains
state prisoner and was sen- copies printed decoupage crafts; the
STEVE HistoricalSociety tenced by Circuit Judge information and pictures of Magic Needle of Starke will
how different areas of the demonstrate various types of
to five
A. Yawn, Jr
MCQUEEN Theron additional years, to begin at county appeared in the early hand work and Mrs.

the ending of the term now years. Passwater of Keystone will
her handiwork in
'UUNHffi BONNET *"" Meeting SetThe being served. All residents and friends of ceramics.demonstrate
&* The prosecution of the case Clay County are invited to Besides many displays,
; was handled for the state by
there will be musical en
Bradford County Ken Hebert,.Assistant State
Historical Society will hold its Attorney, who called five Shrln ers Host 52 tertainment throughout the.
: : against all of the kids around first meeting after the sum- witnesses during the course of day
: : at the Fair Grounds. mer recess Thursday night, the trial.
Oct. 18, at 7:30: in the Bradford The inmate, DefendantCole Children From
James
County Library. was represented by W.
"The t Vet NewsThe A representative of the C Airth, Assistant Public KH AreaThe
Madison County Historical Defender, and no witnesseswere
Frt. Society will be present to called by the defense. Keystone ]Heights
Veterans Ad- discuss the historical marker Jurors on the case were: Shrine Club hosted of
a group
The Greatest ministration has recently program, and also to give Ralph E. Starling, David H. 52 local area children, September
announced a change in policy information on Capt. Richard Black, Donald J. Martin, J. B. with to the
29, a trip
The West concerning direct and Florida's .
Bradford. first Whitehead Gordon J Jones annual Shrine Circus in "
guaranteed loans.W. Confederate officer killed in and J. R. Taylor Ralph
B. Mackall, director of the Civil War. Bradford Russell Read served as Jacksonville.
the State of Florida's Divisionof The excited group of lJ i..r.1 Ij
County was named in his alternate juror. and Shrmers left QfUr.1

Veterans Affairs, said in honor --- -" --. ---,- from youngsters the Masonic hall at 12
consideration of today's social A progress report will also CQ cQ
noon with much excitementand ,,
and economic patterns, the be the Tomatoes
made on reconditioningof Scalloped the
merriment for 2 p.m.
Veterans Administration will the old Bradford County With Corn the .Join the hundredswho
show. They enjoyed circus happy
hereafter recognize in full the
and
courthouse, plans and all the candy, and study the Bible and
popcorn
income and expense of the discussed for creating a 1 can tomatoes, or 2 cups
< ixl the
cokes that goes along with the worship > at First
veteran and spouse in county museum in the freshly stewed tomatoes
Church of Slarke.Sunday ,
show. Baptist
determining of ability to .
building.All This was the first time School:
repay a loan obligation. VA members and 1 1-2 cups canned or fresh .
children had 9Ua.mlorll
of these
Regional Offices have been prospective members are corn, drained many
seen a circus, so therefore,
instructed that there shall not
invited to attend.
was a special treat. :\ nlC Worship
very
be of incomeon
any discounting minced
account of sex or marital 1-2 onion, However, it was difficult to 1 IIUOa.m.I :

status mination.in making deter 11.2 tablespoons sugar fun.determine The who Shriners had,the or most the CjllH\! >l-G.: /li2forFree ;:! .

Lenders are being urged to children! Transportation"The
soil ETVG 1-8 teaspoon pepper All returned to Keystone at
take the foregoing into account ,
FOR TuE
6:45 tired and happy Church with a Heart
FREEDOM : p.m.
[r POl A considering of the ap- ; 3 tablespoons melted butter after a fun filled day.TheShrinersarewell. In the Heart/ of SUrke"
plications guaranteedloans. /h H( knownas
2 cups cubed stale bread Ben P.
Mackall said this new policy members of the worlds Bryant
should be of special interest to and greatest philanthropy in
Combine tomatoes corn
!( married veterans attending in a buttered casserole, add raising money for the supportof Pastor
'
school on a full-time basis, the melted their 19 orthopedic and 3
"He is real liberal- seasoning. Pour burn center hospitals, locatedin William
SLEDGE"s and those veterans who are a butter over the cubed bread. George
SLEDGE"u disabled. In with his opinionsand Canada, Mexico and the
severely many generous Put buttered cubes on top of
STAX / instances, these veterans rely everybody else's money." corn and tomato mixture United States. Minister Of Music
Presents heavily on the income of their

U spouses previously and discounted this income to was a Saving Service Selection Saving Service Selection Saving Service Selection

certain degree by the VA. This


COLUMBIA PICTURES From. Sun ; : ] guaranteed Administration easier should new determination now to obtain make loan. it a direct somewhat Veterans factor or ]j Suwannee Valley I II i.i."i



For information on the
above or on any of your

County contact veterans Veteran matters either ,Service your you should local Of- "i I Mobile HOIllesClearance i ir "


fice, an office of the VA or
write Mackall at P. O. Box :
1437, St. Petersburg 33731. SaleI

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r l T1 Some veterans Veterans who Administrations are receiving -- I All 73 Model Doublewides ;-

t i payments because of disease -
or Injury Incurred dur-
; ing military service may soon

receive monthly an benefit Increase, according In their i| Priced I To Sell

.6 to W.B. Mackall director of
( the Florida Division of Vet-

erans For Affairs. GOxlZ 2 Br Carpi-ted I II'rimt j.
I many years, the congress -- -
has authorized the Vet- : .
/ ,' Uri"f'H'for
|
rb ; erans Administration to pay n' .
one rate of disability compensation : 0. .
I I for veterans whose diseases $4495 3.r .
or Injuries were Incurred -
during periods of war-
time, and another for veterans 5272 :' lJr Carpeted .
"A : who were In military service :
during a period of peacetime. I I I I 5 i I earn
Under the laws, the peacetime
Bradford County Telegraph. In the blood and also by the veteran received 20 per cent t. ', .._ .. $3895Prizes f
appearance of sugar In the
less compensation than
urine. Diabetes Is caused primarily the 0
---
by the Inability of the veteran who served during

FLORIDA THEATRESSTARKE Islet cells In the pancreas to wartime. _. _'u.. _, .. Winners. .
secrete sufficient amounts of Effective July I, the monthly :,::: i
Insulin, and frequently rates of disability u
occurs more
compen-
FLA. > 1'r HI< )Hun H f-ORTER COLOR( TELEVISION t'
sation .!!
In persons who havea paid to peacetime and
family history of diabetes wartime veterans will be equalized J1I W< )K >Dl l AWN DRIVE F'ANAMA CITY ::!.
PHONE 964-5451 and who are overweight. Since at the regular wartime '"
diabetes Is a glandular imbal- rate. This means that all 2NIJ HARl l E'S R WATERS AM FM DIGITAL
ance, it may also occur In
those who have an abnormally veterans who are recently receiving \ |1\< )H K RAOK( ) HI 2 HJX 182 AlACHUAAYI :
:RI.-SAT.-SUN. OCTOBER 12-13-14 functioning liver, or adrenalor veterans adminis- I LIVE MODERN. \.::::, -- .
pituitary glands. Don't at- tration compensation at the ') H.I ) < A [t.)ENNISU;I )N ELECTRIC SElF .
tempt to diagnose either disorder peacetime rate will automati- ( ItANINK.OVLN _>818 N E.ci4TH 3.
DOUBLE FEATURETHREE "
yourself. Your physician cally receive a 20 per cent LIVE TODAY IN I A \ T Kt[ E' r ( ,AINE'VIUL
can determine the pres- Increase, which all will be _

DEFIANT COMPANIONS IN 5. ONE GREAT ESCAPE! ence of diabetes from a blood reflected in the July checks, .11t.. \ HAHIE' < ( A ,.
sugar analysis, urine analysis which will be received Aug YATT 4 J2 EAST RAY
and/or a glucose tolerancetest ust 1.This 1. AVE LAKE ( I IW BLENDER
WALT DISNEY ; and hypoglycemia from a adjustment In .S -
simple blood sugar analysis. of the rates .. -. .. .
PRODUCTIONS"irt c Both disorders may be con veterans disability will compensation be for TIa'i: ; X '-o ;kfc "
One trolled with by diet diabetes, but most will also patients There will be no automatic.need for each Free Delivery I I i \Vmners cv "I Losers

need medication. While there Individual veteran to apply 100 Miles :
can be other causes, hypoglycemia for the Increase. It Is sug- Within for your ParticipationSuwannee
LirrIeIndIan occurs most often In gested however, that each veteran -
persons who are taking Insulinto who Is currently being
control diabetes, when the paid at the peacetime rate
Insulin dosage causes the should be sure that the auto-
TECHNICOLOR'fe [[gJ oIC blood sugar low to level.drop In to these an unusually matic Increase Is shown on i

cases, the hypoglycemia is his July check. ValleyT
MI>y aAhareTA OISra5UTC CO INCC w0 MM,Divvy Proutw* known as "Insulin shock." Any peacetime veteran who
I am planning a crosscountry does not receive his Increase
PLUS camping trip. How>> can I should contact his county ser-
prevent my skin from becoming vice officer, any office of die IM10IK-37S-4S1S S
WALT DISNEY'S dry and itchy? veterans administration or if .

On a cross-country camping write to Mackall at pest office ( :'\ \ IH: St. -Homes
b lie
1JJdIJ.rr.1 % BIMt trip, you're bound to experience box 1437 St. Petersburg 33731 o
all sorts of climates. The as soon as possible after Aug- ftI ( .allu>s\IIIl' I. la .
irs THE HAppiftr CAIJINC CARTOON of All quick change In climate and ust I, In order that an Inquiry
t'G ucaw cs ua.cenj skin.temperature will affect the might be made. Saving: Service Selection Saving Service Selection Saving Service Selection *



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October II, 1973 TKLEGKAIMI l'age 9




HAMPTON AREA NEWSBy I

Community News

Josephine Fontaine :
.
L
CITY NEWSA pumpkin vine spreading over DELL CHAPTER OES Ebenezer Baptist Church,
the school walls.As the parent By Elizabeth Civeng: Walker Rev. Leroy Davis pastor.
special meeting of the membership dues are broughtin Dell Chapter 168 OES will Weekly services are: Tuesday
City Council to swear in the the child's name will appear hold its regular meeting service at 5:30.: All captainsare Prayer Band meets each night Prayer Meeting.
new members and City officers on a pumpkin on his or rr. Thursday (tonight) at 8 p.m. asked to please contact Friday night. Saturday the I Wednesday night, Bible Class.
for the coming her particular class vine. The in the Masonic Hall on each member to remind themof Can Circle will sell dinners Regular services will be held
held at City Hall, Oct.year 5. Some was class ending up with the best Brownlee Street. All membersare the obligations in the activity from the kitchen. Sunday is Sunday Oct. 21.1i1eOtd.
old business was discussed by percentage of pumpkins will ?_ asked to please be present Youth Day. Sunday School at
Chairman Pat Glover and the receive a $5 award from the i and on time. Business of vital 9:30, Morning Service at 11.
old Council before swearing in PTA. Pumpkins will be talliedon I I importance. Dinner will be served at 12:30.: ;
Greater
f Halloween October 31. Bethlehem thW
Day,
the new officers. Ted Curtis Evening service 6pm. .
Mrs. Earsalene Zim NAACP NEWS Freewill Baptist Church, Rev. ,. ..:::. -

Council was elected to be Chairman by the ,New and joined merman's in Sixth honoring Grade Colson Class All members and interested Jasper Weekly services Williams began pastor.with Last Sunday services were ffri.;( i 111?. \1 R

Mrs. Frances Wadsworth was Rigdon when he recently citizens are asked to be Ushers Board No. 2 and Choir enjoyed by everyone present. l \. ...
elected as vice-chairman. The I No. 3 The morning speaker was Al 1 ,
retired. Faculty and children ; : : present at the NAACP meeting Monday night. '--
new Council voted to get a n air : The Senior Choir Rev. Owens. Evening speakerfor I
rehearsed
.
were delighted to have a meeting Monday night, Oct. ,. I
conditioner for the Hall .1" } .. ,VltJJ. J the service 2
City communion
surprise visit from Mr. .' -- 15, at Greater Allen Chapel Tuesday night, Prayer t I
and it will .FIw3::>
hopefully be installed is held was Rev. Walter Marshall '
Meeting each Wed-
Rigdon last week. AME Church at 8
one day p.m. Where it the
by the next meeting. The students Miss Lillian Cummings was winner of the Dressmaker nesday night. Ladies Circle who spoke from the "As I Go man when
Also, they were to get some enjoyed From the Lord's Table hI' looks Into the mirror. \\hoI'Ol.n't
meets each Thursday night. ,
and sewing machine in Koch's CHURCH NEWS
watching earth movers a Drug Store promotion
admire
new chairs for the City Hall Matthew 26:30.: < his!! wife's
dump trucks working on the Koch Owner Olin White IoIte t ?"
the City telephone moved to presents the machine to Miss New Bethel
the new City Clerk's home school grounds last week. Baptist Church, _._._ ___ ______
They will all be interested in Cummings who said the machine, valued)at$179.95, Is Rev Leroy Davis pastor. ---- ----- u ------------
and the books to be
audited.
seeing future developments! the first thing she's ever won.Conspiracy. Prayer Meeting each Tuesday
Several other
things were night. Bible Class each TLAr FOUR DAYSWorld's
discussed and
put on the
Thursday night. Choir No. 2
agenda for the next meeting Survey Set On To Extort will rehearse Friday night,
which will be the

monthly meeting for October.regular School EnrollmentA Oct.7 12 p,.at7:30.m. : there Saturday will be nightat a Fastest Most Dangerous[ 1 : Game:

Charges Dropped business meeting at the
sample of households in church. All officers and *
VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPT. this area will be surveyed in members are asked to be '' and you can bet on it!
the Federal Government's present. The cooperation of
Joe ReddishCharges
The regular meeting of the annual survey of school Against everyone is needed. Sunday
Volunteer Fire Dept. was held enrollment to be taken the services will begin with DAILY
Monday evening at the FireHouse week of October 15-19 by the against Union was used by the State at the Sunday School at 930.: Mor- except
with a good at- Bureau of the Census, part of County convicted murdererJoe trials, and was instrumental ning service at llj; Evening JJP7 _. rf
tendance.Half of the proceedsfrom the U. S. Department of Reddish for conspiracy to in obtaining the convictions.The service, 7pm.Greater Sundays
the rummage sale was Commerce's Social and commit extortion were nolle verdict against Reddish Matinees
presented to the firemen by Economic Statistics Ad- prossed on motion by was appealed, and last June 11
Mrs. Fontaine, Mrs. Vaughanand ministration.Mrs. Assistant State Attorney Circuit Judge John J, Crews Allen Chapel AME 12 Noon I 1/1=IAII
Mrs. Bruno. The other Norma Foray will visit Harris Tobin before Circuit ruled that the tape recording Church, Rev. B. C. Williams Mon., Wed. : r
half going to the Senior local households. Judge T. A. Yawn in should not have been used as pastor.The annual Men's Day & Sat.
Citizens Club. Thomas W. McWhirter Gainesville Monday. evidence, and ordered a new celebration will terminate
Oct. 14. Mr. Hodrick Air Conditioned Theater Type Se tmg Snack Bars Beverages
director of the Bureau's Data Reddish, now an inmate of trial 1 for Reddish. Taylor Sunday,, teacher at Bradford Telewageringat Your Seat State Law: You must foe 18
Collection Center in Atlanta, an Alachua County prison, The State apparently felt
Middle School, is the speakerfor Free Parking For Reservations Ocala area. 591 2346
NEW ARRIVALSMr.
said that interviewers will along with former prison that a conviction could not be
the service. Gainesville 3769044SR
visit homes to obtain in- guard Carson Griffis, of obtained without the taped morning area,
and Mrs. George DavisJr. formation about household Highland, and Griffis' evidence, and agreed to drop Sunday School will begin
1-75 ALL SEATS 75 $1.50
have four services at 10 a.m. Evening 318 JUST EAST US 441 2 Ml. EAST OF $ tt>
a pound baby Jacksonville
members attending school, "girl friend"Lillian the charges against Reddish.
boy, born Oct. 6. They have from nursery school through Lioutza, formerly of
named him Shawn Edward. college,including those taking Clay Hill, were tried individually -
vocational, technical or last December and
business courses. found guilty of an attempt to
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million persons 3 to 34 years According to testimony at
William Francis, Oct. old were in schoolElementary the trials, the three defen- GRADE 'A'
5. He was 8 years old and school dants hatched a bizarre plot CENTER CUTFRESH
celebrated with a big birthdaycake enrollment (kindergarten back in March, 1972 in which a FAIR
and ice cream. through eighth grade) had woman resident of Lake SIRLOINFRYERS
declined by about 1.4 million Butler was supposed to entice
Joseph (Joie) Forsyth was 3 since the fall of 1971 becauseof Whitehead into a compromising
years old Oct. 6. a decline in the number of situation, and SUPERMARKETS
births during the 1960's. pictures of the two would be I I STEAKS STARKE'S
Amy Davis celebrated her Although college enrollmenthad used later to force Whiteheadto
13th birthday with a family increased considerably in ( intercede with Tallahassee 320 S. WALNUT ST.rrerrowcowrwin.000Orarw.
dinner, a special cake and ice the years since 1962, a lower officialdom on behalf of
cream, on Oct. 8. proportion of college-age men Reddish's efforts to obtain a WHOLE -- 9 A WIIK BONUS wan OOOD TMNUWiO
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Donnie Hugh Crawford the same since the late 1960's. life terms for the 1961 I
entered the hospital Oct. 1, School enrollment questionswill slaying of Union County
and went home for the be in additon to the ones deputy Hal Croft and an BONELESS FULL CUT I SLICED 1/4 |,: :::.
weekend to celebrate his asked regularly in the mon- assistant, Ronald Jackson (a ICENTERCHUCK p.
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lamily. lie returned to the unemployment conducted went to Reddish's home at
Raiford to arrest him for
hospital Oct. 7. nationwide by the Bureau for
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Labor. Key witness for the State at CHOPSoo CHOPS
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FRIENDS AND NEIGHBORSMr. continuing measure of con- Benjamin Gilford, a fellow I
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Big Red To Tackle Over Live Oak







Undefeated BollesIn !' yR' For Second WinAfter



a tough first half middle by Tim Crews that tied Only gain the Bulldogs could
GameBradford Bradford's varsity gridders the game 6-6 with 11-27 come up with was a two yard
Big Jax rolled 27-12 over Live Oak in a remaining in the half. The run by running back Bruce
Florida Star Conference gamein extra point kick by quarterback Randolph which put them to
Starke last Friday night Charlie Green was the 33 yard line. Then Randolph
David Hurse making the Tornadoes 2+1 good and BITS went into the was back to pass but
is
High footballerswill ( the scouting report Higgins Bolles opened its season for the season so far. locker room at half time had to run the ball and made it
best back BUS has faced
face undefeated Bolles the and hard against Clay High school, then BHS barely had the edge leading 76.Bradford. back to the line of scrimmage.On .
,
School in Jacksonville Friday this season and a strong quick. He hits rolled 26-0 over Live Oak for over Live Oak at half time but led in the rushing third down Randolph trieda
night while the Tornadoes runner hole very than the second game. Then gradually took over leading department with 240 yards pass to Charles McCall but it
boosts a 2-1-1 record so far this the that the quicker coaches have anyone seen Eastside fell victim to the 1. 14-12 after the third quarter, compared to Live Oak's 71 fell incomplete, making it
season. and likes to run sweeps and Bulldog attack, losing to them then 27-12 by the end of the yards. Live Oak managed to fourth down and eight to go for
The Tornadoes will be up beat BHS in the with a
draws. The report 2U-13. Last week Bolles beat game. passing the first.
against the Bulldogs missingfour spring that if the Tornadoes hapless !Madison 4718. The Bulldogs took the lead total of 154 yards while BHS Crews was back to receivethe
of their usual players. warns that Cromwell from "They put a oink on in the first few seconds of the was only able to muster 112. LO punt and as Crews had
They are tight ends Terry thought Live Oak was bad that "theyain't the board," state Coach game after kicking off to Green threw 16 passes for 11 the ball heading up the middlehe
Hayes and Donald Leper and Hurse Bradford, then recovering a completions and one interception fumbled the ball and LO got
secondary men Mike Gaskins "Bolles seen nothing will present yet. a "So we have our work cut Bradford fumble. Bulldog while Bulldog the ball on its own 49 yard line.
and Hicky !Hall for our defense. They out for us and we are going to Scott Jarvis picked the loose quarterback Tommy Ran- BHS held the Bulldogs to
Bolles will come with what problem spread all over the field, use a have to get a few nagging ball up and ran 25 yards for dolph made 16 completionsfrom three downs, forcing them to
the scouting reports says is the touchdown.By 32 passes and getting line.
motion for throwing the ball injuries well and prepare punt from the LO 47 yard
the best running back that lot ourselves mentally for a tough halftime Bradford led intercepted twice. Bradford got the ball at its
Bradford has faced all and are a lot quicker and a Charlie Green, the quarterback keeper gets plastered by Within seconds of
year last ball game," commented on after a 74 yard drive cappedby 30 playing own 26 yard line after the
than ,
left halfback lion Higgins, a better Head team Tornado year Coach Hurse. this Lk e Oak linebacker.Tornadoes. a two yard run up the time after the second half Bulldog punt, with a first
170-pound senior. According to says Bolles' quarterback Don kickoff, BITS had the ball at its down. This started a scoring
Buell is supposed to be a own 35 yard line. drive for BHS.
smart and very cool signal The Tornadoes were On first down Green kept
GF, KFC Win Openers caller. He runs and throws Bench Comes knocking at the door of the ball on the option to the
I very well and likes to keep the scoring after several nice runs right end and carried seven
ball around the end as well as by Crews of four, five and yards to the 35 yard line Witha
In Small Fry FootballGuaranty on the option.At seven yards, moving them second down Crews got the
the pro man spot Bolles down to the Live Oak 35 yard ball and carried it over right
has Scott Danson, describedby In Live Oak WinBradford line with a fourth down. tackle for six yards, being
Federal Savingsand scoreboard. Thornton scoredon the scouting report as a Through Then Crews was running on stopped by Johnny Chamblissat
Loan of Starke and two touchdowns and Sapp good blocker with good hands, a pitch out to the right side the 41 yard line, for the first

Kentucky won their Fried opening Chicken games each of one.KFC led at the half, 12-0, on and Fullback runs patterns Chris Pineda well. is a may have been many. mistakes," says Hurse. Hodge was the only regularthat andwas hit, knocking the Oak ball down.Green kept the ball again
the and Live
Thornton's two ID runs. Sapp starters but the We played our better gameof played on the front five of in air,
Flag few
the 1973 Small Fry hard and strong runner a short a because defense. recovered at its own :31 yara with the same play making a
Football then added the other 6 pointsin blocker and hard. substitutes apparently did a the season we the
League. /good; runs line. first down on the 10 yard carryto
Wednesday, Oct. 3. the second half.Community. Pineda also plays at left fine job Friday night as the came off the ball" well and (See Page 11)) the LO 40 yard line.
Guaranty Federal look on Bank linebacker on defense, loves to Tornadoes rolled 27-12 over went downfield. says offensive -----, ---- .-- ... This time on first down
Andrews Drug in the first threatened to score several hit and is very strong and the Live Oak Bulldogs in Line Coach Butch ? r 2r yt'f fYjy Green gave the ball to wide
game of a double-header and times but just couldn't push aggressive.At Starke. Redding of the offensive line. out Matt (Hull who drove up
alter a very tough contest the ball across the goal line. the right linebacker is Three touchdown passes "The new men that I had to the middle for 20 yards after
came out on top 6-(). The two The Small Fry play their Bulldog Jay Chase w ho is very from Charlie Green added to put in on"the line did a real Yn2,lb t ,, breaking three tackles.
teams played to a scoreless tie /games; each Monday and quick, can read plays well, the Tornado scores while good job, said Coach Redding hl7'rJ With still another first down
at half-time, but in the second Wednesday afternoons at the likes to hit and is very strong. another two yard run up the the ball went to Bruce Barnes
half Todd Jackson swept\ his Pratt Street Playground with Team comments from the middle added six more points. Tommy Edwards and Early who hopped over the pile up
left end for a 10-yard touchdown games at 4 and 5 p.m. scouting report are that the Green also made three extra Chandler playing their first middle line for two yards. On t
and the game's only Schedule: team has good speed and points from kicking the ball game on the offensive line as the next play, the ball went to
points :Monday Oct. 15. 4 p.m.. quickness and likes to run on Tim Crews led the Tor- starters, did a fine job Friday J Barnes again; he ripped
Kentucky Fried Chicken Community Bank vs KFC. 5 the sweep and spring draws. nadoes in the running night, according to Redding. : through the middle for 10
better known to the kids as p.m.. Guaranty vs Andrews They throw the flood pass a lot department with a total of 132 Sheldon Hodge was playinga yards, this time finally being
KFC blank Community Bank Wednesday, Oct. 17 4 p.m., from the slot flanker position. yards from 22 carries tight end in place of Terry stopped by Bulldog linebacker
18-0 Daryle Thornton and Andrews vs C Bank. 5 p.m.. Bolles throws the ball about 20 averaging 5.9 yards a carry. Hayes and did a fine job of M ,.r Bruce Randolph at the 18 yard
Craig Sapp combined to put Guaranty KFC limes game. Favorite routes "The win Friday night wasa downfield blocking, says line of LO.Crews .
all the points on the for those passes are the side big one for us, at 1-1-1 we Redding. Barber started at got the ball on the
out needed a win to boost our Dwight the
patterns next two plays, one up
confidence" says (Head strong guard and Early middle for one yard, then
Coach David Hurse. Chandler played at the weak
Bradford
-- another off right tackle for
1 guard while Marlon Thornton '
I "Things didn't look so well 4 three yards, placing the ball
Your letterheads Custom Designed EERNESS! took over center spot Chuck ,
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By Bradford County Telegraph au Hors RIREST! play We called on several side David 1 Harper spot.played a lot at k' On the third down play
ball and
the
hadn't Barnes
youngsters that seen the weak side and strong side got
much action, and they started guard spots and did an outstanding headed up the middle, shovingfor
Stationery makes an impression.Be I r \ and did a find job, stated job, according to two yards, putting line.the Crews ballon
Hurse the two yard
sure that yours reflects the .I Live Oak had its own Redding much carried on the fourth down
pleased
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problems also last week .Yw ,.M play and plowed through the
It's front
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image want to project. with t the + %
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Defensive Line
something we can help you with! having two players kicked off Coach seven :Mike says Sexton, "We hada ; --'.- .... a19 touchdown with 11:27: left in \'

i the. team for skipping lot of new people up front." ., ;,,,,.. the second period.
I 'If they would have had 1- The extra point kick by
Playing for the first time ;. t'
it would have { Green the rights and
lob Printing those players in was Dale Haas at defensive was in up
been a long night for us," says end Mark l Hildreth at tackle, BHS led 7-6.
Hurse wight Barber, No. 66, tried to block this pass. The Live A LO running drive including -
at middle
dJ Don't )ou lie carrU'im! "I thought Charlie Green Marlon Thornton Wallace Oak rt''ein.rtot/; his hands on the ball but was unable to catch a seven yard pass that
(jj ,; Prevent Tori-Hi Fire*! guard, and Gary it I'ritlay night in !Starke. started at its 47 yard line
kv d\.1.\ m; .JJJ.itjl!!} had a fine night at quar- played at tackle. SheldonP. own
terback with his throwing 11 was ended when Tornado
. . . . . .. . . . . . I for 16 completions" com- Larry Sherman intercepted a
mented Hurse Bulldogs pass and Bradfordtook
DREAMS Tim Crews had a good night Runners Lose To Blue Wave over at its 23 yard line.

running the ball, but he is still .. In a fifteen play drive the
having troubles holding onto K. Yonge ol Gainesville with the first three places. me year," says HowardBradford Tornadoes drove from their
the ball according to Hurse. beat Bradford's Cross That lost the meet for runners face three own 23 yard line to the 10 of
"We have got to get rid of Country team last Tuesday Bradford according to Coach meets next week starting Live Oak where a Green pass
CAN BECOME I those mistakes. Except for afternoon in Gainesville 2432. Grover Howard Tuesday afternoon in Orange was intercepted by Johnny
I fumbling we don't have that The Blue Wave ran awayDixie Taking first place for PKY Park at 4:30: p.m. Thursday Chambliss w ho returned to the
t was Danny \\ooley with a Palatka South will come to 16 yard line.
7 T' @ ." = ":r:;: time of 13:34: and second place Starke at 4:30: and the The drive by Bradford was
REALITY 1 :::: was Jerry Carnes with 14::09. Bradford runners will travelto kept moving by substantialruns
i r' :::: In third place was Jerry Rolax Jacksonville to Bishop from Tim Crews Bruce
Timber Co :::: running the course in 14:18.: Kenny High School for the Barnes and Matt Hull, and
:::: Larry Paterson was the top Greater Jacksonville Cross three passes from Green to
::;: :::: scorer for BHS taking fourth Country !Meet. (See 11))
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I Sirmones Scores 5 Times As Lake Butler Rolls 38-24 I ICurtis



Sirmones scored five second quarter the Tigers going into Friday nignt Nassau's first half score good. and made the first on a three but barely made it back to the touchdown. The two point
touchdowns and ran for 227 held a commanding 22-0( lead. affair, losing 7-6 to Euchholz came in the second quarter Neither team, both suffering yard run up the middle. On the line of scrimmage.On conversion afterwards was
yards Friday night as Lake Sirmones finished the night the week before. Buthholi is after recovering a Lake fumbling andIn- first down McKinnon took the the fourth down play good and Lake Butler finishedits
Butler breezed 38-24 by highly with 227 yards rushing ranked eighth in the state Butler fumble at the Tiger 29 terceptions, scored in the ball over the right tackle for split end Bill Smith caught a scoring leading 38-12 with
regarded West Nassau. marking the third game this among 3-A schools. yard line. Warrior linebackerJack remainder of the second half. five yards to the 18 yard line. pass from Hickens in the end 8:29: left in the game
Lake Butler's offense exploded season that the junior tailback Lake Butler came out to Lloyd recovered the West Nassau received the On the second down Hicken zone for the score. The extra After receiving the kickoff,
to score on three of has gained over 222 yards. It play ball with Sirmones fumble. second half kickoff and was caught in the backfield point kick was no good and in two plays the Warriors
their first four possessionswith was Lake Butler's third win of receiving the Nassau kick off On the first down Nassauran started off with a 51 yard for a one yard loss and a third Lake Butler was still in the made a score.
Sirmones scoring on runs the season against one defeat.A and running it back 27 yards to a play over right tackle runback by Larry Adlerman. down.A lead 22-12 with 5:39: seconds On the first down startin at
of four, one and 57 yards. With Class-3A school, West the 37 yard line for a first for six yards to put the After three plays that put WN holding penalty againstthe left in the third quarter. the 34 yard line Darrel Simmons -
11:19: still remaining in the Nassau was highly regarded down for the TI ers.Sirmones Warriors on the 23 yard line on the 35 yard line with less Tigers put the Warriors at Lake Butler came out missed a pass from
got the ball again on the next with a second down. Then they than a yard to go for the first, the 14 yard line with a third hustling after receiving the Hickens making it second
Ill BUS Rolls. play and plowed up the middle ran the same play for ten the ball went to running back won. Morris took the ball this kick off as runningbackGriffin down. Then Hickens tried for
.. for one yard to the 38 with a more yards and a first down at Jack Morris who recovered time for the first and made it and Sirmones made Smith who took the ball 66
(From Page 10)) second down. Sirmones sailed the 13 yard line the fumble that was made to the 12 yard line. big plays to move the Tigers yards after getting it, to the
around the end for 33 yards to On first down WN tried between the center and QB On the keeper Hickens took from their 37 yard line to the six yard line and a first down.
Barnes for 10, 13 and 7 yards. Beacher C for a loss of 11 yards the Nassau 29 yard line on a fullback Randy Howell over pitched the ball out to Elmer the ball up the middle for one eight of WN. Two runs by Then Morris took the ball up
Live Oak kept the ball for putting BUS on the 35 yard trap play over left tackle. the right end but could only McKinnon who then made the yard and a second down at the Griffin, one of 14 and the other the middle making the score
the rest of the half but was line with a fourth down Bill Cain took a pass from manage one yard to the 12. On extra yard needed for the 11 yard line. Another penalty four, were followed by a run 38-18 with 7:29 left in the
unable to do anything with it. punting situation. Live Oak quarterback Abraham Perry second down the Warriors first against the Tigers. this time on the sweep to the right with fourth period.
Halftime ended with Bradford ended up with the ball at its for 25 yards to the WN 4 yard crammtu! ',tne ball over the With a first down at the 34 for offsides, put the Warriorsat Sirmones with the ball Lake Butler got the Dan
in front 7-6. own 40 with a first down. line.On right tackle this time for eight yard line of Lake Butler the the six yard line. carrying it 39 yards to the WN after the kickoff, fumbled, and
Live Oak received the Two incomplete passes by the next first down yards to the 4 yard line. Warriors gave the ball to Morris was thrown for a two seven. Warrior Simmons recoveredthe
kickoff after halftime and LO led to a five yard loss when Sirmones got the ball and On the same: play Nassau McKinnon again this time for yard loss on the second down Then on the first down fumble at the 46 yard line
came out passing. On the first Randolph threw a safety valve went up the middle for the made its first score of the three yards. A five yard and the ball was placed at the Perry was thrown for the loss of WN.
down Randolph attempted a pass to Taylor but he was needed four yards for the game making the score 226 penalty/ then put the Tigers on eight yard line with a third that put the Tigers at the eight On the first down Hickens
pass to split end Terry Mixon thrown for the loss forcing the touchdown, giving Lake with 6:09: left in the first half the 26 yard line. down. Then Hickens went on a yard line with a second down. was caught in the back field
which was almost interceptedby Bulldogs to punt from their Butler an early 8-0( lead with The extra point kick was noW McKinnon got the ball gain roll out and decided to keep Perry missed a pass to Bill by David Brannen for a ten
cornerback Ronnie Hall. own 35 yard line.. 10:311eCt in the first quarter.For Cain on the second down then yard loss pushing them backto
On second and third downs BUS received the ball at the the extra two points Perry gave the ball to Sirmones who the opposite 44 yard line.
Randolph 'completed two 37 yard line after a 43 yard connected with Lorenzon smashed off tackle for the On second down Hickens
passes, both to Mixon for five runback by Ronnie Hall from Griffin in the end zone score. Adding an extra two completed to Bruce Roberts
and six yards for a first down. the 20 of BUS to the opposite After the kickoff West points the Tigers led the game for eight yards to the 48 yard
After an incomplete pass, on Nassau was unable to put 30-12 with 3:28: left In the third line of Lake Butler.
second down a pass meant for 37.On first down Green threw together a stable drive. With period. Then Morris added a three
end Buzzy Taylor was in- the ball to Larry Sherman for third down facing them at the '- I i. After receiving the kickoffthe yard run to the 45 yard line
tercepted by Tornado David the first down on the 13 yard 44 yard line, Nassau fumbledand h:1. $- _- Warriors came out run- facing fourth down
McMillian. pass. Tiger tackle Ronnie Jones ning with big plays in the first Then Morris caught a pass
This put BUS on the 46 yard After a five yard offsides, and Lake Butler took over at t t series but the Tiger defense from Hickens and ran in for
line of LO, and for a while it penalty, which put BUS backto the Nassau 44 yard line with a came alive and forced them to the score with 3:56: left in the
looked like BUS was going to the 25 yard line, Crews got first down. punt on the next fourth down. game. The pass was planned
score soon. On first down the ball and gained 11 yards on The Tigers put together a ii- For the score it was first from a fake punt.
Green completed a pass to the pitch out from Green.. steady running drive that down at the 28 yard line and The game ended up 38-24.
Pete Puckett for! 22 yards On At the nine yard line Green included runs from Griffin for Curtis Sirmones zoomed Lake Butler held the ball for
the next play Green tried a completed a pass to Sheldon two yards on two runs while through! right tackle for the the rest of the game.
pass to Hull but was unsuccessful Hodge in the end zone for Perry kept the ball for four
He tried again on another score. Green's kick yards on two separate runs.
the third down to Hull and this was no good for the first timeof Sirmones added six yards on a
time gained seven yards on the night and BUS was fourth down to give Lake KEYSTONE MELROSE
the play. On the next play winning 20.12 with 8:44: left in Butler a first down at t the 30( I
Crews fumbled the ball and the game. yard line. BUSINESS DIRECTORYFISHERMAN'S
Bulldog Andy Day recovered. As with every other time in On the second down of that
Live Oak had a second Gown the second half, the Bulldogswent series Sirmones got the ball or
on the 49 yard line with 10 to the a pitch out to the left for 25
passing game as
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secondary man Stuart down Randolph's pass was Butler now led the game 14-0( Bench Comes Through Fish -IT-' Stuff ANN CIIIID
Strickland recovered the incomplete but the next one to with 5:31: left in the first .
fumble that was set up with Mixon gave them 20 yards anda period. The extra point at- Live Bait A complete line .. Hdw.
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Changing TidesThe BRAIDED RUGS ACCENT a pillow a real conversation
covering it with fake
piece by
ROOM OR GIVE QUIETBACKGHOUND
.. Fur.
,
tides of political fortune are praying for better days, while still 6 If you're looking for a new Pillows come in all shapes

changing in Florida, as well as in the expressing hope the tide of fortune ({. I way to brighten a room a and sizes. So work put and your

Nation. will again shift in Agnew and Nixon's J braided rug may be the an how imagination inexpensively to you can see
direction. swer.
brighten up a so-so room. In

Time was when only four per These rugs, made by selecting covers for pillows,
centage points separated the "Florida Republicans perhaps as braiding strands together, do remember to consider the

Republican and Democratic shares of much or more than any state in the come in all sizes, from throw amount of design already in

the voting public. That was back in nation, have been heavily damaged by 1 rugs to room size. Folk rugs the room.
add color, wear well and are
1940 the first that the poll the awesome troubles that have
year Gallup available at reasonable 9l aaSSFORESTRY-
surveyed American political plagued the Nixon administration. As t prices. Or you can make your

preferences. the Southern state regarded most 'i'iEuu own. Woolen rugs wear best.
likely to swing Republican, GOP Firm and pliable, the wool
allows the rug to lie flat on the IN BRADFORD COUNTY
make sub
leaders were hoping to
Today, the Republican Party has floor and is easy to clean.
fallen some 19 points behind, with its stantial political gains in election year Usually, three colors are usedin

share being only 24 per centthe 1974 chiefly because of the popularityof making these rugs. Some By JohnO'Meara

lowest in 33 years. Four points have Nixon and Agnew. Plans were mix several shades of one t ;'
under the early of that color. Choose bright colors to
been lost since the last presidential way part year
campaign.The for Agnew to take an active role in the accent a room or quieter ones '
as a subdued background for -
1974 elections on behalf of Jerry QR other furnishings.If I II I

same trend is now being experienced Thomas for Governor and Ed Gurneyfor c g ; Bradford County is located (

in Florida with Republicansand re-election to the Senate. i, .. self,you you make might the want rug to your use right in the heart of the North I

"Democrats for Nixon" scramblingto f colors that are in the chairs, Florida forestry belt. !a

get off the Nixon-Agnew sinking "It's entirely possible, of course, draperies or wall coverings of If one looks at a map of
ship, just as they struggled to get on that Agnew won't be around in 1974 the room where the rug will be natural vegetation of Florida, }1

their bandwagon in 1972. and even if he is, would be looked used. he will find three major forest '

upon as a liability for the GOP just as Keep in mind the place you types in the County. These are [

The trend was noted by political McGovern appeared to be a liability to 9y/ k I intend to put the rug so you get Pine Flatwoods, Swamp
ctsslop Forest, and forests of
writer Hank Drane in his Sunday the Democrats. I suitable furnishings.colors Look to go with for other well Longleaf Pine.Generally .

Times-Union column. This is the
way beautiful blends of
he recalls the 1972 political scene in (Jerry Thomas, it will be remem ,, Wr fYr Th.Christian Sclnc Monitor color.planned In,a large rug, too many speaking, the

Florida: bered, presided over the State Senateas colors may add confusion to forests are primarily flat-
a Democrat, but changed his party the room. woods. Only along Santa Fe
River and in the Santa Fe
"Former Gov. Farris Bryant (who allegiance when it appeared that Another thing to check is the Swamp are they classified as

was elected and served under the everything was coming up roses for rug's construction. It should Swamp Forests. The Longleaf
I notice that cattle prices
Democratic banner, by the way) was the Republicans in Florida.) The high prices for livestock County Agents seem to be stabilizing again have firm braids with strandsof Pine Forests of the County are

busy campaigning for the Nixon- feed have caused our often taking a big drop when uniform thinkness plus almost entirely restricted to
Drane observes that "The GOP to do real lifted braids that are securely sewn areas bordering the Clay
Agnew team, while former Gov. : producers some the price ceiling was
in See if the lies flat line.
in Florida thinking and planning about Notebook September 9. Cattlemen, and place. rug County
Haydon Burns, also a Democrat plight once again points up and is made so both sides can

revealed he planned to vote for a the risk of depending too heavily on ways crops: to economically.grow winter I forage have can other do agricultural a much better producers job on a, be used. As one drives through the

Republican presidential candidate for winning in politics by building from said many times that if a stable market. Consumerswill County, he can get a pretty
the first time."Democratic. the top of Government, rather than at producer has cattle and land By also benefit when supply To clean a braided rug, good idea of what a Pine
don't shake it. strains the Flatwoods Forest consists of.
the grass-roots level." The grassrootshas that will grow clover, he BobbyTaylor 1.-- and demand again determine That
cannot afford to not havedoveI' the prices paid and received. sewing threads, wearing it out These are open woodlands
always been the foundation of
Executive Committee in his faster. Instead, brush the rugor made up of various species of
Chairman Harold Haimovitz was 'on Democratic strength. pasture program. .' I keep getting calls about use a vacuum. If it needs pine, with Slash Pine being the
I more thorough cleaning, use a most common. The un-
vacation, or so his office reported. strawberry plants. Many local
Democratic "Unless conditions change, (and state) gardeners are wool rug cleaner or dry derstory is characteristically.
candidates for the
I have had recent requests of ,
shampoo. composed saw palmetto
Legislature in Duval County were Republicans probably will be happy to from some of our better looking for a few plants for shrubs, herbs, and small
their garden. I hate to tell
running scared, while their GOP hold onto the U. S. Senate seat now pasture growers who want soil them that there USE ACCESSORIES TO trees. Included in the flat-
are
no plants
opponents were praising Nixon and occupied by Ed Gurney, and retain samples of their land and to There are many other clover ad-in available locally. I understand TRANSFORM: A ROOM: woods forest type are small
one-third of the seats hold in the determine pH, calcium vantages to having pockets of hardwood forest
Agnew and challenging the Democratsto they levels. These your program. I'll be happy to that the large A few well chosen accessories -
magnesium
and tree
take a position on their candidate Legislature," forecasts Drane. "If so, it producers will then add discuss these with you at any growers down in the Websterarea can transform a and cypress bay
George McGovern" will take a great deal of work at the Dolomite or high calcium limeif time. are put of business.For dull, impersonal room into one swamps.
level offset the of to reach the of charm and friendliness. To
grassfoots to damage necessary
years, strawberrieswere have harmony in a decorative Upon occasion it is not
It was a bleak picture for the Watergate and other (Republican) optimum levels soil for clover Had Ken Durrance, our a good source of cash scheme, choose and place uncommon for an entire area
sample
Democrats in 1972. But how times problems." production.will also The indicate the Extension swine specialist, income for many of our local your useful accessories first, of pine flatwoods to become
report visit to new hog farmers. However the inundated. After heavy rains,
with me on a a then add others cautiously.Use .
have changed! This is the way Drane kind and amount of fertilizer operation in our county last shortage of labor and the high only accessories that the water level in the cypress
sees the political scene today: So it begins to appear that some reeded week. We discussed hog cost of production have serve a purpose and are of and bay swamps becomes so
1'airweather friends who deserted the production with James caused our growers to look good design. high that water from the pine
"Nixon and Agnew are reeling Democratic) bandwagon in 1972 mightbe A clover-grass combination Balkam out Ip the New River elsewhere for their income. forest cannot drain into these

under the hammer blows of accusationof trying to scramble back on before pasture is probably the most section. James is young and Many are planting other How can you tell if an accessory areas as it normally does.
1974. economical source of grazing energetic and is starting a vegetables or crops, some are has a good design?
criminal Though tempting, perhapsthis
misconduct in office amidst available on a yearroundbasis feeder pig operation. James putting their land into pastureand The object should have lines One of the misfortunes
record inflation. Florida Republicans, is no time for revenge. In the interestof if managed properly. It realizes the problem of high cattle, and some have left that are simple and related to people realize from this water
by and large, are silent about the the Democratic Party they shouldbe can produce a large quantityof feed costs and is making the farm for other em its over-all shape. The fluctuation in the flatwoods
troubles at the top of government. welcomed back and forgiven the high quality forage duringthe plans to try to buy the feed in ployment. I hope the demand lines should carry the eye often occurs at t new
of their critical months of quantity and bulk at the opportune lor food will reverse this trend easily from one point to homesites. During a long dry
They, instead of the Democrats error ways.
are February through April. Thisis time of the year. He and our land can again another around the object. spell one might never dream
the time that most calvesare will become a successful produce some of the biggest The shapes of the different that a flatwoods area would
needing milk and when the operator if he can solve the and best food products parts also should be in good ever be underwater.
cows are re-breeding. high feed cost problem. available anywhere.eiliiji proportion to each other.
However, when\ the rains
come, the fill and
swamps up
Color is an eye-catching the water stagnates in the pine
Not Out feature of The
I Of The WoodsThose an accessory. forest. What once was dry is
B/&L/ natural color of a material is
*v CQ often the best. But color can now very wet and people
oftentimes have flooding
40 be added so that it becomes a
problems.
natural of the
jj ACTIVE part accessory.
who smugly assume that charges likewise basically unproved MwuraOh p4 Choose colors which suit the Putting in fill dirt con

Watergate is a fading issueand these and other ethical issues against manyof O h mood of the object. structing a drainage system,

may include the President himself-- his closest associates and ap Select accessories for what or just building a house on

lose sight of the fact that the Nation is pointees. He has already admitted that 'gri0N- BOB G. FERGUSO'4 JOHN M. MiLLER they can do to improve the alleviate higher ground the problem.In can. help

witnessing a moment that is unprecedented much of the responsibility for their Publishers appearance of the.room as a
in American history. A actions must fall on him. Published each Thursday and entered as Second Class Matter at the Post Office at Starlce whole, as well as for the the Swamp Forests water
Fla. under Act of
March
3, 1879. beauty of the object itself, and
time where the actions of both the accessories can usually be found in most
let
President and the Vice President of At the same time, the Government's Subscription rate in trade area: $6 per year; 13.50 six months. your express areas year round. This forestis
the Nation Phone 964.6305 Outside trade area: $7 per year: $4.00 six months. Starke, Fla. you. made up primarily of bay,
are under simultaneous special prosecutor, Archibald Cox, is PILLOW TALK cypress, and gum. All of these

legal scrutiny. pressing forward on the trail of more Pillows are a fast and species can withstand flooding

sensational indictments, springing inexpensive way to brightenup conditions. On the outskirts of

President Nixon says that the from three sets of cases. a room. A bright, contrasting the swamp you can find

matter should be taken out of the ., ...".::..:.>................................................:,< 0 Pe n D....:..:..:................'..'....'...................'.........:......'.... .l'" "e"tall'ealtl j pillow or two may make be myrtle maple ,and oaks pine., All hickories of these,
what is needed to
( just a
hands of Congress and placed in the First, there is the anti-trust settlement :: Local I Control I color scheme jell. tree species can withstand
courts, while Vice President Agnew made with ITT, where Senate I temporary flooding but not

attempts to take his case out of the investigators unearthed a memo from s Spew Pollutants You don't need to buy new prolonged inundation.The .

courts and place it at the mercy of former White House special counsel foue PendingOpen ; pillows every time your
Pine
decorating mood changes.Just Longleaf Forest is
Congress. Charles Colson mentioning six located almost
the covers. entirely in well
dumps But not fast The change
are getting closed. enough, regular monthly
documents implying a deal betweenthe according to the Fed Cross In Its Health For All publi meeting of District 5 Mental Patchwork and the gypsy look drained uplands. Turkey Oak,
Such a conflict in philosophiesamong I President and the company involving cation. Health Board will be held in are two fabric styles that can wire grass, and palmettos are

the two top leaders of a party is among other things, ITT'shelp Room 401 of the Alachua give your pillows a "now" common in this forest type.
In 1970, 11.2 million tons of pollutants were spewed courthouse look. You can make your own These areas are often considered
bewildering, to the least. County in
to San site for
say Diego as a possible
Into die air by burning solid waste. Much of the burning Gainesville at 7 patchwork fabrics from ideal homesites in
p.m. Monday,
the 1972 GOP convention.A took place In open dumps. The dumps not only defile Oct. 15.Included. scraps. Florida because of the good
:Mr. Agnew, the man first in line of the air and blight the landscape but also create breed- drainage capabilities of the

succession for the presidency, is in second serious case involves the ing grounds for rats and disease. on the agenda will Other fabrics suggested are soil.

serious trouble in the face of grave, work of the so-called "plumbers," thespecial Our be a special Review Com- those printed with geometric
society has developed the most sophisticated .NEWSPAPER WEEK-
of Bradford-
the
mittee report designs Indian motifs or
but yet unproved criminal charges. White House unit set up for technology In history to produce a cornucopia spilling Union County proposal, peasant patterns. Textured '
Evidence is now being presented to a security investigations that the over with consumer goodies. But It has In no way coped asking for more local controlof fabrics look good as pillow SURE vT

grand jury, and the prosecutor, a President, according to one Senate with the problem of disposing of these goods. In thou- the mental health clinics in covers, too. Or, you can make DEPEND "
Republican apparently expects it to committee witness, didn't trust the sands of American communities, the most primitive and Starke and Lake Butler.
unsanitary of dump.Is still
lead to indictment.The CIA or the FBI to conduct. One of their burning away.means disposal--the open The two counties are -_._ -_. ---- --

activities was the burglary of the officeof seeking to operate their
decision to place Mr. Agnew'scase Daniel Ellsberg's psychiatrist.A We are a nation of throwaways. Into the gargantuan clinics as a separate entity
before the grand jury was taken trash heap every year go 71 billion cans, 7 million TV under contract with the ten-
seta, 7 million cars and trucks, and 35 million tons of county region. The purpose of
by Elliot Richardson the third of of
Republican set cases out
grows Many destruction natural
paper. throwaways defy by pro- this proposed set-up would be
Attorney General of the United campaign contributions made illegally
cesses. Waste Is overwhelming us. to obtain control over per-
States, who holds his office by appointment by large corporations to the Com sonnel selection and fiscal
from Republican President mittee to Re-elect the President. A Mission 5000 sounds like another James Bond ex budgeting on the local level

Richard Nixon. Mr. Nixon of number of major officials will travaganza. Actually, It is a nationwide citizen projectto rather than have all control lie
course company
close Launched In 1970, It represents -
5000
dumps. the Gainesville office.
up with
open
twice selected Mr. Agnew as his vice- be hailed into court for these activities, a combined attack on environmental pollutionby

presidential running mate. and possible charges of attempting to local, state, and federal government agencies with Ralph Bryan, chairman of
obstruct justice.All scores of civic and conservation groups--Including the the Bradford County Com

Now, however, the President has National Tuberculosis and Respiratory Disease Associa mission, has been chief criticof

apparently washed his hands of the of this means that Watergate is along tion. Within the first two years the citizen groups scheduledfor have the present set-up and has

affair and will leave Mr. Agnew in the way from being behind us, in spiteof rubbed early out replacement.How 1600 dumps.. Hundreds more are local taken control.the lead in seeking more Forest Ranger Safety Auxin

same predicament as John Ehrlichman Mr. Nixon's outward calm, and his

recommended for FBI acting director. apparent belief that he can ride out the do you replace an open dump? With sanitary *

storm. landfills. By recycling and reusing second-hand mater- NEVER UNDERESTI. Pictured above Is Forest Ranger Supervisor! Danny
ials. By energy recovery--burning solid wastes to produce (right presenting Safe Driver Awards Haves
"Let him twist slowly in the wind. MATE the apathy of the to Forest Rangers
heat or alternatives to open dumping (left to right Earl
power. Finding Dobbs Marvin Tomlinson
American people. If the end Amos
The major issues are yet to be means work. Find out what you can do. Contact your of the world takes and Wayne Wall. Ranger Jimmy Wilkinson West
At the same time over the head of resolved and Mr. Nixon, as well as Mr. local tuberculosis and respiratory disease association.It's than a day or two well more get pictured, also' received an award. These awards who Is not
the. President also hang criminal Agnew remain in deep trouble. a matter of life and breath. bored with the whole thing. for having safe driving records during the past year were earned



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I ---- LEGALS LEGALS ---,- .

I.Mattie D. Davis Mrs. Irene Blaha of Dun- Obituariesof his home in Metairie La, a Cemetery near LaCrosse at 2 ];

nellen, N. J. ; six sons suburb of New Orleans. p.m. Tuesday with Rev. Lacy
NOTICE TO REGISTER OF INfcENTION I entered against you for the relief assessed are as follows: Mrs. Mattie Dowling Davis, Carlton, of Perry Ga.' Ernest the Madison Street Baptist He is survived by his wife Conway conducting. Interment

FICTITIOUS demanded in the Petition. Certificate No. 43 78, of Graham widow of NoahJ. Durham, N. C.; Albert, Church. and two daughters, Paula and was in charge of
NAME and the Year of Issuance DeWitt C. Jones Funeral
WITNESS hand 1970
my Waodl Pamela LeJeune Jenks his
Oct. Basil. Graham ;
Davis died Monday, 8, ; ; Surviving are his wife
seal of said Court on the 27th Description of Property: Com. at aftera Ralph Palatka and parents two brothers and one Home
Pursuant to in a Gainesville hospital ; Alvin Mildred, of Starke; three
section 865.09 day of September, 1973.GILBERTS. NE Cor of NW Quarter of SE Davis bister.
long illness. She was born on Gainesville two William
Florida Statutes ; sons E., Jr.,
,
notice is Quarter and run S. 525', W.31S' sisters Mrs. Sarah He was an employee 'of Arrie T. Browning
hereby Dec. 23. 1S94 in Baker County, Bear Gainesville; James E.
given that the ,
undersigned BROWNAS for POB then W 155.3', to Chevron Oil Co.
Jacksonville
and was a member of Rock and Mrs. Lottie Jacksonville and David A.
Maitland ;
Whiteheadand CLERK OF COURT HWY. NE of rd. 193.6' 121' Mrs. Arrie T.
SAID Dauphin Coffee Requiem Mass was held at Browning, 83,
Primitive Baptist Church. Springs Lawson Gainesville
doing Stanley business L.under Whitehead, By: Donna M, Branson to POB ex R-W Sec. 32, T-6-S. Surviving {is a daughter, Ala.; 22 grandchildren and 15 brothers,, Milton Lawson; two San S>t. Francis Xavier Catholic of Starke, died Wednesday
the firm Deputy Clerk R22. Sept 26 in a Starke hospitalafter
...., great-grandchildren. Church, with interment in ,
Calif
name of M. Whitehead Builders ----- Diego, ; and Eurie
10-4 4t 10-25 Greenwood an extended illness. She
Rt, 1. Mimosa Manor Drawer 1030 Starke Florida Funeral'services were held Lawson Tampa; two sisters Cemetery
Starke, ., Name in which assessed: Joe was born in Bradford Countyon
Wednesday Oct 10 at
Bradford County, Florida, intends FraiserAll 32091 and file the original with 2 p.m. Mrs. Vonceil Musgrove, April 16, 1888 and had
to register said fictitiousname NOTICE OFAPPLICATION of said property being In the clerk of the above syled Curtis in Rock Bass Church conducting.with Elder In- Newton, Ga., and Mrs. Vivian Calvin StarlingCalvin resided here all her life.
under the FOR court on or before November 23 Norman Moultrle Ga.
provisions of the County of Bradford State of terment was in the church Surviving is one daughter
aforesaid statute. TAX DEED Florida. 1973, otherwise a judgementmay Funeral services were held Starling 55, of Mrs. Mildred Glisson; three
Dated at Starke, Florida this Sec. 194.16 F.S. Unless such certificate or be entered against you for Jones Cemetery Funeral with DeWitt C. at 3 p.m. Sunday in the Starke, died Sunday, Oct. 7, in hons, Clifford Willard and
24th day of August, A D 1973 certificates shall be redeemed the relief demanded in the charge of Home in Madison Street Baptist the Lake City Veterans Bobby Browning, all,I of

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN according to law the property complaint or petition. arrangements. Church with Rev. Denton Hospital after an extended Starke; two brothers, Nathan
Maitland Whitehead that W R. ALDERMAN the described in such certificate or WITNESS my hand and the Sumrall and Rev. Jack Mabry illness. lie was a plumber, a Tillis Dade City and Loren
Stanley L. Whitehead holder of the following certificates certificates will be sold to the seal of said Court on October 2, Win. E. LawsonWilliam conducting. Interment was in Veteran of World War II, anda Tilhs, Fort Myers; one sister

10-4 4t 10-25 has filed said certificatesfor highest bidder at the court 1973. Edward Crosby Lake Cemetery under member of the Baptist Mrs. Bertie Roberts, Fort
a tax deed to be issued Lawson, direction of DeWitt C. Jones
house door on the Monday in Church. Lauderdale; eight grand.
62 of died
thereon. The certificate numbersand Month of October 1973 whichis Gilbert S. BrownAs 5, ,in Starke a Gainesville Friday Veterans Oct. Funeral Home. Surviving is a son, Larry of children 21 great grandchildren
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT years of issuance the 22nd Clerk of Said Court Clearwater four brothers
the of and
day October ; six great-great
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF description of the property and 1973. By: Beulah M. MoodyAs He Hospital after born a short illness. John M. Jen ks Roy Claude, and Lewis grandchildren.

FLORIDA, IN AND FOR the names in which it was Dated this 14th day of Deputy Clerk was in Georgia on Starling all Graham, and Funeral services were held
April 11 1911
,was a veteran of
BRADFORD COUNTY. assessed are as follows: September 1973 (Court Seal) Earl Starling, Jacksonville; Saturday Sept. 29 at Jones
World War II, and a member John M. Jenks, Jr., 52, son- ,
Certificate No 76 GILBERT S. BROWNCLERKBy 10-11 4t 11.8NOTICE three sisters Mrs. Juanita Memorial with
in-law of Mrs. Edith Chapel Rev.
__ .. __
In Re: Estate of LEASTON A. Year of Issuance 1968 -"'- L
: Beulah M. Moody Christiansen, of Starke, and Phillips, Citra, Mrs. Beatrice John Lane and Rev. Robert
WYNN Deceased. Description of Property: Com Clerk of Circuit Court of FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH husband of Beatrice Moseley Mines Graham; and Mrs. llaisten conducting.. Interment .
860', E and 30' N of SW Cor of Bradford County Florida. TO BIDDERS STARKE Jenks died September 19 at One Ortagus, Jacksonville. was in Sapp
NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo NW Quarter of SW Quarter N 10-441 1025 Funeral services were held Cemetery at Raiford under
100', E 50', S 100', W 50' to Notice is, hereby, given for Sunday School 9:45: ; --------- at the graveside in Antioch direction of DeWitt C. Jones

all creditors and all persons POB Sec 22, T-6-S. R-22E. sealed bids to be submitted to Morning Worship at 11 ; MADISON STREET BAPTIST io"unerall-Iome.
having claims or demands The City of Hampton is now the Bradford County School sermon, "The Sufficient CHURCH

against said estate. Name in which assessed: accepting bids for their Mowing Board Post Office Drawer 939 Shepherd"; Youth Handbells,

You and each of you are Frances SlocumAll Contract which will run from Starke Florida 32091 until 9:00: Sp.m.; Church Training 6:15: ; OPPORTUNITIES FOR

hereby notified and required to of said property being in Nov. 73-October 74. The a.m., on tha day of November 6, Evening Worship, 7:30: ; Observance SERVICE GAINESVILLEBusiness
present any claims and demands the County of Bradford State of following stipulations were 1973. for the furnishing of all of the Lord's Supper,

which you or either of you, may Florida attached to the contract by the materials machinery labor, and Monday-Boy's Choir (9-12), Sunday School, 9:45: a.m.;

have against the estate of Unless such certificate or Street Committee: equipment for: 3:30: ; Crusader Bells 4:15; Morning Worship, 11:00: a.m.;
LEASTON A. WYNN certificates shall be redeemed 1. All City-owned rightofwaymust Toilet Room Renovations Youth Choir Practice, 7 Church Training, 6:15 p.m.; DirectoryAUTO
deceased to the Judge of the according to law the property be mowed including the Administration Building Tuesday-Carol Choir (Girls WMU Prayer Circle 7:15:

said Court Starke Courthouse described in such certificate or cemetery Bradford County School 9-12)) 3.30: ; Carol Handbells p.m.; Evening Worship, 7:30:
Bradford County, Florida withinsix certificates will be sold to the 2. The person whose bid is Board 4:15.: SALES GARDEN SUPPLIES
months from the date of the highest bidder at the court accepted will be paid per roundof Starke Bradford County Wednesday Family Night p.m.Monday Acteens 5:30:

first publication of this notice. house door on Monday in mowing rather than once per Floridaat Supper 6 p.m. ; Hour of p.m.; Youth Choir 7 p.m.
Each claim or demand must Month of October 1973 whichis month as in the past. Power, G. A. and R. A., 6:30: ; Tuesday Bible Study 10 BRASINGTON Johnson Paris, Inc.
be in writing and must state the the 22nd day of October 3. Mowing will be done only on which time Bids will be Teachers and Officers a.m. CADILLAC OLDSMOBILE SEEDS PLANTS -

place of residence and post- 1973. orders from the Chairman of the publicly opened and read aloud. Meeting 7:15: ; Church Choir Wednesday Family Night, SALES & SERVICE Insecticide Pt SuppliesFERTILIZERS ,
office address of the claimantand Dated this 14th day of Street Committee. It must be Any Bid received after the time Practice, 8pmThursday 6:30: p.m.; Prayer Meeting, Fin selection of Used Cart
must be sworn to by the September 1973.GILBERT done in the time set by the and date specified herein will not Music Makers Mission Friends, Preteen Taken On Cadillac Trod. W. Rent Fertiliser Spreader

claimant his agent or his attorney 5. BROWN CLERK Chairman at such times as he be considered. Choir, World Friends, 3:30: ; Bible Study 7:30: p.m.; Adult 2001 N.W. nth Ph. 378-5301 224 N.W. Bth Ph. 378.0476
or it will become void By: Beulah M. Moody thinks the grass needs cutting. Plans Specifications, and Mission Friends, Pre-School Choir 8:30: p.m.
; according to law. Clerk of Circuit Court of 4. If the job is not completed to Contract Documents may be Music Activities 4:05: ; Thursday Youth Bible BEAUTY ACADEMY GLASS
Each creditor shall deliver Bradford County FlondaO104 the satisfaction of the Street examined in the office of the Visitation 7pmBen Study, 8:00: p.m.Denton .
sufficient copies of his claim to 4t 1025 Chairman the Chairman has the Owner (Bradford County School POWELL'S

enable the Court to mail one to right to warn the person once Board Post Office Drawer 939 P. Bryant Pastor Sumrall Pastor LIDDELL
each personal representative. and after this first warning the Starke Florida 32091)) at the Beauty AcademyLearn
contract is considered broken if .. ...... .,..,....,
Dated September 25 A. D U
office of Don R. Morgan Architect ...... -- Glass Company
1973 NOTICE OFAPPLICATION FOR the error is not corrected in a P. A (Post Office Box VTATtMINT,..+.OMMI..MANADOEM' -.0-CIRCULATION-, |I. _..,......' a Profession; In Your

Mary Williamson Wynn TAX DEED reasonable length of time. In 987 Green Cove Springs Tae BmnpOHD' COUNTY TRUQHAW. roc 9/'''';' Spare Tim. Full or Part "Clou For Every Purpose"

Free Joyce Wynn DuncanAs Sec. 194.16FS. such case the contract will be Florida), and at F. W. Dodge weanv Time Store Front "Mirrors

Executrices of the Last Will remade with the next bidder in Corporation's Plan Room 135 ...t cat St. ....... InaeM ".un... rlnrlb,. "ro.t 219 H.w. 10 th 378-2764 Tub Enclosure Showers

and Testament of Leaston A NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN line. (Jacksonville Florida). t3."u..t call st. Str... er.ntor4 rnunt nor'". "'0.' Clod
Wynn Deceased that W. R. ALDERMAN the 5. The City of Hampton Plans and Specifications may Furnitures Top

10-4 4t 1025IN holder of the following cer- reserves the right to reject any or be obtained as follows: .-....-..;;Ma..n.. hreu.on John littler, P... .....r A. 3tmrm, Fl.. Ito"t Replaced

tificates has filed said certificatesfor all bids. Upon receipt of $25.00, two lob O..wM r.au..n .... Cr...r A. ....... P'.. 7tDy1 ELECTRICMotor NEW LOCATION
Bids be turned in to the
a tax deed to be issued may sets of Plans and Specificationsfor '
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF thereon. The certificate numbersand City Clerk no later than Nov. 1, this Project will be forwarded --:.=:.:-.:.: .:...rrr--- :r.wr.. ..+..:.-.:.-:::.: Repair Co 1228 So. Main; Gometville;; .
.._.._ _.. _._.._.,
1973 These bids must not have ---- L.Ro6.trlti."n -- -
EIGHTH JUDICIAL collect If Plans and .. 372-8191 372.1102
FLORIDA years of issuance the -- Of Goinesville, Inc.
the name of the bidder on them. .
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR description of the property and Specifications are returned in ..
Repairing RewindingNew
The Clerk will assign a numberto : t.aao. -
:
BRADFORD COUNTY. the names in which it was good condition within ten days eIk4f.BtTR1 PICTURE FRAMES
the plain envelope they will be And Used
after receipt of Bids the full p
assessed are as follows: sealed in and the bids will be will be refunded. ,, 2816 N.W. 6th Ph. 372.8318 restive. _.
CASE NO. 73-246 Certificate No 14 deposit -O-!!!!!srM! !! er "
opened at the next City Council NOTE: All requests for Plans 3'jf"*..I" "**>*ii.j -it.j at t-fc ,in .- Custom Framing i
Year of Issuance 1970 rfWlr.Ae MOVERS
.
meeting in November. -ir: STafcat *.* !* at. at--.... FI With
MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE and Specifications shall be made .
Description of Property: Com at __ '
SW Cor of NW Quarter of SW City Clerk through the office of the Ar ,* Long Distance,Moving. l .

MANDY GRIFFIS and THELMAM. Quarter and run E on Quarter chitect. .. .... ..... Storage Pocking Ptrjonol' ..
Shirley Forsyth2t -- ------.- -- ---- -
GRIFFIS Plaintiffs -vs- Each Bid submitted shall be -,,,- ,'. .. .------ -------..-- Touch
Sec. Line 760' for FOB then N 10-18 :::":::: ::: :::: : ::: Crating Shipping
KATHERINE M. RITTER accompanied by a cashier'scheck ...--. -. -.-.,-.-...-. .--------.,-,.---
300', E 100', S 300', W 100' to --- -- Free Estimates Calf Oval' Mat Print Originals
or bid bond in the amountof --" "-
Defendant. POB ex. S 200'. Sec. 22, T-6-S. .' .
R22. Five Per Cent of the Bid, .\.q _y-'M Wildlife Drawing 3.416)Et0 ",*
NOTICE OF ACTIONTo The City of Hampton is now payable to the Bradford County 372-4366 )
bids for their :'.:=:::-:-: 0---: o = : = ::
accepting School Board ::::ZE :: :7. 1 "
Name in which assessed: John 200 N.E. 16th. 3731 W. Univ.
.. ,. .. ..
Sanitation Contract which will Surety shall be ..- -.. ."_ ,_. ....
: and Mary Lennon. company .. nn-u.-w-r.raun- ..::I;. :.::.: .'I::. =.
KATHERINE M. RITTER run from Nov. 1973 October licensed to do business in the ..... ... ... MUSIC
All of said property being in -- --- ... '._"
422 East McCord the County of Bradford State of 74. The following stipulationswere state of Florida and shall be ......"': -... .._.._"--... '.690 ',6Narse Van Service, Inc. ._
: :
Centralia Illinois 62801 Florida. attached to the contract by listed by the United States .
3540 N.E. Waldo Rd. C'ville
-- '.'1. 1.,09.onoes BALDWIN
the Sanitation Committee
: Treasury Depertment.: Surety
Unless such certificate or 1. Garbage must be picked _........_._ 372.4271
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an up company shall also comply
certificates shall be redeemed
.. ..
week the :. :::: ::: ..:::: ::: PIANOS A ORGANS
action to foreclose a mortgageon according to law the property once per on day set up with all requirements of the ;eix i WiiT&v knDar the following described described in such certificate or by the Sanitation Committeeand General Conditions and Sup 4 v.n..r-n..._.r-L--na. lit 119 AUTO SALES SERVICE

the whose bid is .. ...... .. BLOUNT PONTIAC
property in Bradford County certificates will be sold to the person plementary General Conditions --- e.ier.w.w..n. '.011 CHOICE OF THE ARTISTS
Florida: accepted. In case of rain, the of the above Specifications. -_. .. CMS. INC.
highest bidder at the court ::; :: Sr_ rte ,
garbage can be picked up on the .. .... .. ... .. .. w.4I
house door on Monday in Monthof ------- '., .-
Lots Band 9 of Block29, Peek's October 1973 which is the next working day. Jim Temple, Superintendent '--"-,---...--- et.ot'vr
Addition to the Town of Starke 22nd day of October 1973. 2. Only garbage in bags will be Bradford County School Board ,-------.---. ....- _" \ -,..... ,::. -,- MUSIC Co.
lying and being in Section 29 Dated this 14th day of picked up. These bags must be 10-11 3t 1125

Township 6 South Range 22 September 1973. set in the driveway or some I C'ville, Shopping Cen.
East according to the plat GILBERT S. BROWN CLERK other convenient place near the Factory Authoriied
thereof recorded in Plat Book 1. By: Beulah M. Moody roadway. All leaves to be pickedup Po....oe 372-5351
Page 40 public records of Clerk of Circuit Court of must also be in bags. k Sal.,. Parrs-S.rvic.
Bradford County Florida, Bradford County. Florida. 3. Trash (limbs old tires, 210 N. Main Gainesville, Flo

10-4 4t 10-25 leaves etc.) will be picked up by 372-2583

has been filed against you and -- the bidder at the disgression of CAMPER SALES & SERVICE Klriy't M.tll.. Hem

you are required to serve a copy the bidder and the Chairman of l**.lr i SwifFlM, Int.'
of your written defenses, if any NOTICE OFAPPLICATION the Sanitation Committee. MtSIIDJ' I
to it on Dudley P. Hardy.plaintiffs' FOR 4. Only trash piled by the side E3 Authoriied Dealers
attorney whose TAX DEED of the road will be picked up. (,.lIn<,4\111.. .
For
EvonslnterthemSiegler
address is P. O Drawer 1030 Sec. 194.16. F.S. 5. If the job is not completed to I I
Starke Florida on or before the satisfaction of the Sanitation CAMPER MART, INC. Heating &

November 10, 1973 and file the NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Chairman the Chairman has the Air Condi
3111 N. Main Gainesville ting Equia
original with the Clerk of this that W R. ALDERMAN the right to warn the person once HOMES I
Court either before service on holder of the following certificates and after this first warning the 37S-29S4 T Bay Service Dept. Accessories Supplies

plaintiffs' attorney or Immediately has filed said certificatesfor contract is considered broken if 'M CompUte Camping Store Part and Service
after; otherwise a a tax deed to be issued the error is not corrected in a Sale Concord Volunteer.
: ,
default will be entered againstyou thereon. The certificate numbers reasonable length of time. In
for the relief demanded in and years of issuance, the such case the contract will be Sm, key, Midas, Adventure
the Complaint. description of the property and remade with the next bidder inline A.LICEA.JlTVOOD Wheels, Norris, Monitor Fan, 4500 N.W. 6th St. Gainesville

WITNESS my hand and the the names in which it was Explorer, Sport Coach 371-8902
seal of this Court on September25th assessed are as follows: 6. The City of Hampton
A. D 1973. Certificate No. 25 reserved the right to reject anyor C011le
Year of Issuance 1969 all bids. lJy Manager

GILBERT BROWN Description of Property: Lot 4 Bids may be turned in to the and Say
Clerk Circuit Court and S 15' of Lot 5 Blk 23 in LT City Clerk no later than Nov. 1. Your COBIA

By: Beulah M. Moody and Co's Add. 1973. These bids must not have Mobile .lII/l'oday FABUGLAS
Deputy Clerk the name of the bidder on them. GAINESVILLE JOHNSON

10-4 4t 10-24 Name in which assessed: The Clerk will assign a numberto J.1oneShAltair. ,. MOTORS
Jerome Griffis.All the plain envelope they will be

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF of said property being in sealed in and the bids will be op 1IA 'JCC.
opened at the next City Council Zn
CIRCUIT the County of Bradford State of
THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL
meeting in Nov. Center
OF FLORIDA, IN AND Florida.. -Ara Featurt"llg 1030 E. University Avenue
COUNTY Unless such certificate or -
FOR BRADFORD
certificates shall be redeemed City Clerk Capella ArnolJoa.' Gainesville Florida

according to law the property Shirley Forsyth2t
CASE NO. 73182IN
Phone 378-1591
described in such certificate or 10-18 cooan"a -.8 LYNN HAMILTON

RE: The Marriage of ALICE and E. highest certificates bidder will be at sold the to court the Granville. Elmcvn"tvoo d 55 liP Johnson 1-11)'$f' Fabuglas{ Trailer 1495
ARWOOD Petitioner IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
WESLEY L. ARWOOD III, house October door on 1973 Monday which in Monthof is the EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF Sht} eldoar 120 HP Mercury Cruiser 17 Larson Trailer $1795

Respondent. 22nd day of October 1973 FLORIDA BRADFORD COUNTY.IN AND FOR 160 HP Mercury Cruiser 19' Larson Cruiser Tandem

Dated this 14th of
day
NOTICE OF SUIT September 1973. CIVIL ACTIONIn Price.l"clade. Axle Trailer S3495

GILBERTS. BROWN CLERKBy Cement
To: re: The Marriage of EDDIE Delivery
Beulah M.
: Moody Block.
S-5 Wesley L. Arwood III LEE ROSS husband and MARY IIi"
265-90-7961 Clerk of Circuit Court of ANN ROSS wife.NOTICE Tie Dow" ".'all 100 CARS CARS CARS
Florida. siren lr'
Bradford
HHC 78trt ENG. BN. S. W. County C
10-4 4t 10-25 r 25ft. fNur DEPENDABLE TRANSPORTATIONPLUS
APO New York 09351 OF SUIT. Of l
& TDater cane
NO PROPERTYTo 20ft. /i 30 DAY WARRANTYON
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat NOTICE OFAPPLICATION : Of SeWer ookap MOST CARS
an action for dissolution of FOR EDDIE LEE ROSS Pipe
marriage has been filed againstyou TAX DEED 416 N. Madison St. Set J/4
and you are required to Sec. 194.16. F.S. Albany Ga. 4fSte S'' OWNED a OPERATEDBY

serve a copy of your written p8. A STARKE MAN

defenses if any to it on SHAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN YOU ARE" HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat

6 KOPELOUSOS Attorneys for that W. R. ALDERMAN the an action for dissolution of ..aL Marchant Auto Sales
Petitioner whose address Is 142 holder of the following certificates marriage has been filed against
West Call Street P. O. Box has filed said certificatesfor you Eddie Lee Ross and you GAINESVILLE

1086 Starke Florida 32091, a tax deed to be issued are required to serve a copy of 1636 S E. 3RD AVE ,
and file the original with the thereon. The certificate numbers your written defenses if any to .
Clerk of the above styled J,, :ourt and years of issuance, the it. on the plaintiff's attorney MARCHANT WILL
on or before November 5, 1973 description of the property and whose name and address !i. i TREAT YOU RIGHT
otherwise a judgment may be the names in which it was Dudley P. Hardy Esquire P. O. .



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CLASSIFIED AD RATES $249 Per Acre 20 Acres,

Colorado. Beautiful High FOR In O.C. Carnes rs SAVE1
Deadline for FOR SALE hunting, RENT Lawtey, 12 x 60
Insertion Mountain Valley, near mobile
home. 2 bedroom. AC LONG CHAMP
Tuesday Noon preceding fishing and skiing areas. $60 WW Nursery FRED DAVIS
14FT. BOAT.TRAILER.WIINDSHIELD, 24 H.P. carpet. Also trailer
Thursday before publication. down, $60 monthly total price,
space. Phone
Minimum Charge'2.00 ELEC.STARTER a STEERING WHEEL. 4975. Financed at 6 per cent. 782.3655 home.964-6212 1tp office, THOUSANDSOF Home and Building BUICK PONTIAC
(Covers 15 Words) Call Owner. 8063768690. 1 Itp PLANTS FRUIT Materl als GMC TRUCKS
Each word over 35, TREES. SHADE TREES. "
A LITTLE RIDE CAN
12FT. ------ E
----- EVERGREENS./.
CAMELLIAS
10 cents ALSO i : ------ ------ WE BUILD-
FISHING| | BOAT % AZALEAS. ROSES MOST IN SAVE YOU A LOT;7S;
FILL DIRT, top soil, lime rock,
"Your Plans
Or Ours
All Classified Ads must be FOR RENT 12' wide mobile CANS PLANT ANYTIME GREEN COVE SPRINGS
sod landscaping. Traylor
homes outside LANDSCAPING 23 MI. Your Lot Or Ours."
paid for In advance unless you city limits. J.B.
Landscape Co.,_ 782-3437,
have an established account White. Ph 9646114. If no S.E.OF STARKE. HWY 100
Lawtey. 3tp 10-25( FREE ESTIMATES
with the Telegraph In that An1iqjiesiAnd answer call 9646152. tfchg FLORAHOME 659-2165 POULTRY EQUIP OF

event 50 cents extra chargefor Remodeling Repairs
------------
Not --------- Additions
billing. responsible for JunkC. --- ALL KIN'DS.
when United FarmAgencyInc
errors given over the
phone or when copy Is not FOR SALE Gentle pony, 5 FOR RENT 2 small furnished Homos Bought Sold

typed and brought to the of- E.JACKSON, 1313 W. MADISON. STARKE years old. Saddle. and bridle. houses. Desirable location. Both Traded R. Q. Simmons
fice. 9646541. 1tp suitable for individual or couple. ACREAGE FOR SALE
REG. REAL ESTATE BROKER
2T-10/4 Co.
$100 and $60. M. A. Payne, 964- 944-U53 Equip
------- ----- 6560 after 5 p.m. Itchg. PAUL IRENE
FAULKNERASSOCIATES Hwy.. 301 S. Starko TF i 317 E Brownie St.

Pay F Classified FOR SALE Peas Knuckle hull ----------- Stark, Fla.

AUTOMOBILESUSED t.FDR SALE J crowders black eyes, pink 206 S. WATER STREET '
Ads In Advance eyes & purple hull crowders. STARKE FLA. 964-5O65 Your Phone 964-6819

Iricreued costs have madeIt $5 per bu. 9646147. Jerry WANT TO SELL OR BUY

necessary for thli newspaper Whitehead. 2tp HOUSES FOR RENTFOR REAL ESTATE? Real Estate tfchfl

to civ" '*. present No hunting signs; for sale and
CALL US FOR BEST PRICES
.. BrokerBUY
.
rules and adopt new ones for FOR SALE 67 Chev. Impala, rent signs. Bradford County ----------- -. PROSPECTS WAITING TFCHG
the publication of classified std. 6 AC. $695 Telegraph. TF
trans., cyt., .
advertisements In Ui column -.SELL TRADE.APPRAISALS

or best offer. Call 964-8831. FOR SALE-Chrysler Airtemp LP
*. 1tp ------------ furnace. Model 420832, RENT 5 room furnished, 2 Senior Citizens
All advertisements of this bedroom house. Quiet MARTIN CAMPEIS
80,000 BTU's. Used 1 winter. neigh
.
nature unless must be an paid established In advance -- ---------- GE COLOR TV, now from 964-8572. Itp borhood. 782-3279 Box 153, U.S. 90 West Loko City Call Bill Powell Retirees

monthly account It main FOR SALE 1968 Ford Fairlane $17995. with trade. .Brand Lawtey. tp Phone 752-3723

tained with this newspaper. 2 dr hard top, 6 cylinder, new at Dahmer's Discount ------------ For Bs Selection Of 964-6464 Mobile Home
House. 11.11 ------------
Mailing and bookkeeping automatic. Good condition, 9tchg
costs have advanced;making economy car. Dolph E. TRAVEL TRAILERS 24 Hrs. A Day''' Park JustOpening

It necessary to make this Reddish. 9647220. 2tchg. A.J. THOMAS REALTOR MINI-HOMES
adjustment Ten delicious colors of soft tip 964-6162 FOR RENT 2 bedroom unfurnished TRUCK CAMPERSAND In

It I* much preferred that pens, Expresso Showcase. house. Good
--- --- --- MILLERBrownVolkswagen
classified advertising be Bradford County Telegraph. TF Nice 3 BR, 2 bath, 2 story -location. $100 per month. 964- TOPPERSFull City Limits

placed In person, rather than 3 BR, 1 bath, family room 8404. ItpPaper WALK TO NEIGHBOR
-- --- -- -- Line Of Ports And
FOR SALE 1970 Camaro SS
by telephone so as to avoW -
2 BR, 1 bath, comer lot
error. f f 350 CI, power steering, disc LOTS-Zoned for mobile homes 3 BR, 2 bath, family room Service tf HOOD GROCERY AND
brakes, tilt wheel 4 and houses. Several
speed. subdivisions NEWSHOPPING
3 BR, 1 bath, on 4 acres
$1,400 firm, if interested call to choose from. Only Work. .
CENTER
3 BR, 1 bath in Raiford
533, 2531. 2tp 10-11 $95 down.
INSURANCEAT Monthly paymentsto 19 acres, SR-16 $16.000 Mad. taster

REDUCED suit your budget. Ph. 468- 21 acres, US-301) $30,000 -J' Jo-Lu CourtU.S.
RATES ,
-- --- -- --- -- 1551 or 9648331. tfchg ,.,
32 acres, SR-100, $37,000
AUTO, FIRE, BOAT Mobil Homes NEW a USED \WI 301 SOUTH
FOR SALE '69 Roadrunner A-
SALES SERVICE: PHONE 964-8810
DOYLE E. -- ------
CONNER ----
1 shape aut. 'trans., radial SINGLES & DOUBLE WIDES
RUNS 2ND a 4TH WEEK
INSURANCE AGENCY tires, 41,000 miles, $1,100. Expands Rooms & Add 1M I. NORTH OF THE MALL
tchq LINOLEUM FLOOR Covering 6 x MISCELLANEOUSHANN
Hans laNier, 964-7011 after 4.
On Room GAINESVILLE
9, $3.19; 9 x 12, $5.98; 12 X -

......... .... ...........;.............. 1tchg. $14.95.12, 11.30; 12 x 15 only Fr.100.MILE Delivery. and :*i .t Up
Many patterns and RADIUS
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JacksonvilleDirectory colors. Dahmer's Discount. tf husband Hector BANK FINANCINGHWY IIIPP TRACTOR CO.

FOR SALE -1964 Ford pickup, 66 ------------ hates hard work go he cleans 17 NORTH
engine, excellent running the rugs with Blue Lustre. GREEN COVE 5/73 T.I.phon.372.3464
condition, new paint $650. Ph. WATSON'S Rent electric shampooer $1.
When It's in
964-8O37. 4tp 10-4 HOUSE VACUUMS Devrlck Inc.. 301 E. Call St., T.I. 284.5001 244-7311 FARM MACHINESNew

Many brands of new vacuums 9646163. Print. .. _1 & Us.d

$39.00 up. Used machines ------------ PUMPSNEW

Auto Sales and Service HOUSES FOR SALE from makes.$10.Parts Expert and Accessoriesfor Repairs all Business forms, AND USED I 4 Mi. North on U.S. 441

REDUCE safe and fast with
Fairish Motor all vacuums. Built In Go Base. Tablets: and .E-Vap letterheads save SALES GAINESVILLE. FLA.
central cleaning
vacuum time head-
"water pills" Andrews you ,
systems. 712 N. Main, Pharmacy, 356 W. Madison, aches. We follow PARTS '"Whoro Sorvleo Is Th. Better Idea"
!SALES Gainesville 3767110. SERVICE
maVlCF. 3 Bedroom, Living Room, Starke. 5tp 10-13 orders.Bradford ..
.your
PART!! VOLVO Dining Room; Kitchen, 1 1-2 ;..--'---------'" a V Deep and Shallow Wells .eS e a-reS0e .
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bath. CB construction in City. County

DOG FOR SALE Fine watchdog LOSE WEIGHT safely and fast FACTORY HELP NEEDED
Always Good Vied Cora
3 Bedroom, Living Room, Pit Bull, Year old. Phone with X-II Diet Plan, $3.00. TelegraphJIMMY Plumbing SuppliesEXPERT
..
.
HI .1' St. Pa. IMSlfrPIANOS Dining Room, Kitchen, 1 964-6475 after 6;:00 p.m. 2tp REDUCE Excess Fluids with
.
asfma m bath CB construction in City. 10-11 X-Pel, $3.00. Money Back ALL SERVICEON MAKES Ow.n Joist of Florida, Inc. noods dependable, able
Guarantee at Koch Drug. 18tp
YAMAHA PIANOS 40 acres, good location, pecan -- -- -- 11-8 MOORE'S PHONE 964.7061DURRANCE kodlod factory hoi p. No .""Porl tneo nocossary.

CONN and KIMBALL trees large frame house in Sun SportsMORE Steady work overtime, fringe bonoflts.IP .
condition
good AM Er FM RADIOS with
ORr.41oihI \ stereo ------------

players. Console models, BOAT FOR P'JMP & SUPPLY CO.
Large lotiell< landscaped high
anddry, close toall conveniences closing out at $149.95 Dahmer's WANTED horse saddles, what YOUR MONEY YOU ARE WILLING TO WORK APPLY AT
Discount House. 9tchg have you got? Dahmers
in City. 11.11 Discount. tfchg. STARKE PH 964-5791 Moved 5 Blocks Nor

864 N. Temple Ave I OWEN JOISTAN
10 acres, with pines quiet COMPLETE OUTBOARD &
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neighborhood, just out of STERN DRIVE SERVICE
-- ----------
City. A.A. MEETING EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
REAMES AND THORNTON gas AND REPAIR

JI I.1. INKER"=" Three nice lots in country, each WE needles NOW for any HAVE make diamond or model tenance line and also water service line for main-gas COMPLETE FIBERGLASS FRIDAY NIGHT Lincoln City Road Monday through Friday
: lot has paved road frontage. REPAIR
CKGANH stereo player, Dahmer'sDiscount appliances. 24 hours service.Ph. .
Roosevelt Mall 388-8519 (ID) 3.56 acres House tfchg 964-7730or 9648279. 4tp. CUSTOM BUILT FIBERGLASS'FISHING 8:30: P.M.
2929 N. W. 13th Coinesvlllo ((2)) 2.89 acres BOATS. 7:00
10-11 A.M. To 5:00: P.M.
309 N CHERRY ST.
((3)) 2.22 acres TF
FURNITURE ----------- S e e e 0-e e e e e e e rya
___
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FURNITURE 10 acres with double wide LATE TRACK Tapes, fully Want To Drink, That's
mobile home approx. 3 mi. For information on World Book BUILDERSA
AT DISCOUN from City. guaranteed. Dozens to Encyclopedia call M. A, elm Your lUll no.. STARKE
choose from. Now only $2.98
Payne, 964.6560 after 5pm. ] COMPLETE BUILDING SERVICE
CompleteUp I Call us, we have more. at Dahmer' Discount House. tfchg. Want To Step, That's Our
Mom'o"Fu'n"ha. 9tch9 11-11 PHONE 964-527O 219 E. WASHINGTON ST

SALES PARTSSERVICE Business STARKE. FLA.
-- -- -- -- -
----------- NEW AND USED
e rft 40Savings Congoleum Shinyl Vinyl"THE
GEORGE ROBERTS WANTED Used furniture
FOR SALE Registered Black USED IMPORT CARS NO WAX FLOOR" CO
Boxley Chair Co. REAL ESTATE refrigerators, washers Dah- SEWINGMACHINE $4
sW*
Angus bull 8 years old. mer's Discount House. tfchg Harfred Auto COMPLETELY INSTALLED COMPARE AT S6.5O
tae Coneti 1 Block 986 N. Temple Ave., StarkePh. Contact Vernon Reddish 964- PER SQ YD
From 1-10\ 6530 2tchg Imports Inc.
964-7826 -------- ---- Beautifully SculpturedHI
'ead.o"lIo.3111.1141 Associate
Wayna Douglas
509 E. UNIVERSITY
: -- -- -- Solos and Sorvleo
Ph. qf4; 6593 SUB CONTRACTOR Elec- LOW NYLON
-
AUTO ELECTRIC_ trician will do remodeling and GAINESVILLE TF.3724373LICENSED ; PFAFF- ELNA MANY COLORS TO CHOOSE FROM EXCEEDS Qs9-.
$6
FOR SALE Two 3-bedroom TV Color picture tubes only .79 repairs. 9648087. 4tp 10-11 Now Homo SPECIFICATIONS COMPLETELY I
PEAVY Brothers homes, each with onehalfacre plus labor, Dahmers Discount. INSTALLED OVER RUBBER PADDING PER SQ YD
lot, 5 miles out on State WHITE
tfchg ------------
Electric I<< Co., Road 16. Very low down r c-i Shag

payment. Make offer. Call ear d Jree.Service $49.50 up THE CARPET WITH THE NOW LOOK I
Alternators Starter ------- -----
HOUSE PAINTING and minor
collect Ocala 629-5985 or 100% CONTINUOUS FIL. NYLON MANY
Generators Regulators Jacksonville, 733-0056. 4tchg home repair. For free estimatecall Parts & Reoairs on COLORS TO CHOOSE FROM COMPLETELY 7 ME

GARAGE SALE leftovers, 2 collect between 8 a.m. all other molc machinesNATIONAL INSTALLED OVER RUBBER PADDING PER SO YD$ I.JO

AUTO TRUCK -- --------- treasures and some trinkets and 3 p.m. 9049645236. 9
and trash marked down. 508E. Service you can trust at

DIESEL FOR SALE New 3 bedroom Washington St. 10 to 12, reasonable prices, Itp

4044 Lenox Av. Jax. brick veneer, 2 baths, living Sat. Oct. 13. Itp INSURED OLINS MOBILE HOME SALES
------------
room, kitchen and dining FREE ESTIMATES 511 W. Univ. Ave PH. 964-5606 :'\
387-2528 --- --------- HWY. 100 W. i;
.. area. Good location. ;
,
BI
TEACHING piano to beginnersor PO BOX 605
Financing available. Call Gainesville Fla. HOME }!
advanced pupils. 7 THIS IS YOUR DREAM } ,
Buford 9646853. years
Mitchell
FOR SALE Used apt. size flStoicyloii.fa
tfchg Hardwick gas range clean, and up. 9647710. Itchg 378.1355 24X65 PEACHTREE DOUBLE WIDE 3 BEDROOM.
good condition, $50. Call 964- 475-2233 DAY OR NIGHT
CHEYENE CROSS 2 BATH FAMILY ROOM S CARPET THROUGHOUTFALL
5631. Itp 10-11 STEAM CLEANING Engines of LJ.

[ H LOST AND FOUND all types, automotive, farm BONNELL CLOSE-OUT SALE-S15.5OO
RUBBER
8/30-13T-11/22
-- ---------- 964-8359.machinery.tfchg Boyd Service, Ph HileyPaving I


GARAGE SALE at home of Co.Driveways 1 5 B ITTni B 5' IT I oTToTa itOT1fT> Eugene Griffis, Griffis Loop. CARL BEGGS :

STRAYED One cow, owner Friday & Saturday, Oct. 12 ft MOBILE HOME MOVING. Also I HELP WANTEDNo
STAmpSMade can claim by identifying and 13. 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. 1tp mobile home hurricane anchoring Gulf Service I I
pay board bill. Contact Fisher and mobile home roof ,

Gaskins, Rt. 1, Box 89 ------------ coating. Olin's MOBILE Home Lots Experience Necessary, Steady Work
Lawtey Fla. Phone 782-3258. Service. 964-5606. Rt. 100 W. USED Parking

4tchg 10-25. FOR SALE One Coleman oil Starke, Fla. tfchg Fringe Benefits

to Order circulating heater, drum and Dor4732127 ..
stand 950. Also 2 gas heaters PARTSFOR : APPLY AT

Highest Quality t HELP WANTED J $25 1 lip and 35. Phone 964-7739. t FOR RENT ::1 MOST MAKESOF Nights 473-2102 NATIONAL PROTEIN INC.

.. P.O. I)raw or F ..
------------ CARS ..
Reasonable Prices Road 21 Hampton Flo.October .

FOR RENT Trailer space 3 Keystone lI,2t4., : MONDAY THRU FRIDAY'
HELP WANTED Male, colored 24 HR.WRECKER SERVICE
FOR SALE Registered AngusBull
Phone 964.6305 employment. miles south of Starke on : 8:00 A.M. TO 5:00 P.M.
permanent
Calves. J. B. White.Phone Griffis 9645690. Flu. .
Ph.
Bradford CountyTELEGRAPH' 964.7490 Crown Central 964-6114. tfchg Loop. HWY 301 WALDO : An Equal Opportunity Employer
inc. Itp
Lumber 5 miles S. of TF
Starke on 301. 1tchg PHONE 468-1998 1,11..all'IIIIII"IIIII.alllaae.aall"
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in TKLEGKAPII October II. IU3!



. BROOKER IN BRIEF 4th Annual
LAW TEY

By LINDA G. COY MissiorfaryConference

SCHOOL NEWSA Contestants for King and and Wayne. Parrish. Tractor Faith Baptist Church By Elizabeth Terry their mother, Mrs. Clifford
Rides David Fussell WPXE of Middleburg, were
Queen are: Radio Program over Taylor,
'reacher Parent Conference From Mrs. Powell's class Richard Scott and DeRitch Starke, 8 a.m. Sundays. Bible weekend with their soninlawand Fonzo) Prevail preached his Friday evening dinner guestsof
Day will be held on Bradlee Cox) and Penny Green. Pony Rides Beno .AtPine Level School 10 a.m. Worship Ser daughter Mr. and Mrs. last sermon as he had to her son-in-law and
Friday, Oct. 12. There will be Jakab. Sparks. King and Queen vices 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. Wayne Massey, and family resign on account of his heart. daughter Mr. and Mrs. Gene
no school for students on this From Mrs.\ Ivey's Class Betty Hayes Country Store School on Baptist Doctrine Mr. and Mrs. Waldo The children of Mrs. Les Taylor and family. Other
day. Parents are invited to Mark Crews and Linda Ethel Douglas, Glenda An Eleven Missionariesrepresenting Tuesdays 8 p.m. at Pastor's Pringle, of Worthington McClellan surprised her witha guests of the Taylors were
come and discuss the progressof Manning'( drews. Raffle Mary Jane eight home. Prayer Meeting Springs, visited Mr. and Mrs. shower on her birthday their brother-in-law and
their children. Report cal'dswill From Mrs. Scott's Class Jeff Green Stanley Green, JoanneFussed countries around the word Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Bible Les McClellan on Wednesday recently. She received many sister Mr. and Mrs. Butch
be sent home Oct. 17. Wood and Malissa Rabon. Betty Hayes, Pat will be present at the 4th Study. On Thursday their guests lovely gifts. They served Wilbur, and aunt, Mrs.. Mary
Wood and Susan Scott. Sweet Annual Missionary Con Elder Fred! T Halliman, were Mr. and Mrs. A. B. birthday cake and ice cream. Taylor, who were also from
The winner will be electedby Shop Bonnie Rogers FishPond ference at Pine Level Baptist Missionary In New Guinea Rosier, of Green Cove Miss Elizabeth Terry was a Middleburg and were
PTA CARNIVAL NEWS having the most votes at a Sheri McDavid, Shirley Church. The Conference with sent out by Calvary Baptist Springs, Mr. and Mrs. Bob guest of her sister, Mrs. C. E. Saturday evening dinner
penny a vote. Boxes are in Comerford. Bingo Art services in the morning at 10 Church Ashland, Ky. spoke at Jones( and son, her sister Strickland of Gainesville, guests.Mr. .
The PTA Halloween Car local stores, so please cast Quicksall. Cake Walk and evenings at 7:30: will run the church on Missions and Edna, of Starke and Mrs. Tuesday to Thursday. Their .and Mrs.John Steele of
nival will be held Saturday, your votes. Virginia Crews. Cakes from Oct. 17 thru the 21st. showed slides of the work Mack Sweat, of the State sister, Mrs. Joyce Futch of New London Ohio visited
Oct. 27. That is just three Items to be given away this Martha Green. Sponge Throw there on Thursday night Oct. Farm. Starke was a luncheon guest their son-in-law and daughter
weeks away, and we need year are: 30-30 Winchester Rick Ezzell. Grab Bags The missionaries will be 4. Attendance was real good Mr. and Mrs. J. W Thomas and brought Miss Terry home. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Walker
volunteers If you can help in Rifle Butchering Pig (approximately Terry Ivey, Vicki Powell Lou showing slides and presentingtheir and appreciated by all. and Jay, of Live Oak, Mr. andMrs. Mrs. Harry Coulter, of and family, Monday to(
any way please contact 60 Ibs.), Far Patray, and Martha Green. country. Special displaysof Grace United Methodist Tom Casey and Lee of Newton, N. C. is spending a Thursday.
James Watson, Chairman of berware, Broiler-Rotisserie, Parade Susan Scott.RECREATION foreign countries may be Church Sunday School 9:45 Starke, and Mr. and Mrs. few days with her sister, Mrs. Bennie Wilkison, 3rd, of
theCarnival. This year we are Free Spirit Bicycle, TetherBall viewed after the evening a.m. Worship services, 11 Mickey Moore gathered at John Shuford. Jacksonville, and some of his
Set and Malibu PROGRAM services which will also in- the home of their parents, Mr. and friends to visit his
working for furniture for the Doll Set a.m. and 8 p.m MYF Sunday Tommy Phyllis Dake came
library, additional, I reading (Barbie and Ken). clude a time for refreshments.A night at 6:30: followed by arid Mrs. Fred Moore, after of Athens Tenn., spent a week grandfather, Bennett
materials and tumbling mats Items will be on display in Thirty-seven participatedthe Special Missionary Banquetwith Choir Practice. the football game on Friday with their uncle and aunt, Wilkison Sr., and to go hor-
for the Physical Education local stores.( Tickets may be first day Thursday Oct. 4. foreign foods will be heldon United Methodist Women night for a get together Chief and Mrs. B. McCully, seback riding Sunday af
classes: We need all parents purchased from the stores the Football is offered to the Saturday, Oct. 20, at 7 p.m, met at the church Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Pringle, Mrs. Paul Locke broughther ternoon.
school from the Raflle fourth fifth and sixth) grade Each member their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly
working together to make this or bringing a night at 7:30.: Mrs. Mae Wells, daughter, Paula, home
year's carnival a success. Committee members.The boys. Cheerleading and kickball visitor and all visitors duringthe President presided. Meeting and Mr. and Mrs. Burchfield from Bradford County visited their nieces Mr. and
Listed below are the different different events and for the girls. Also Sunday School hour on was opened with devotional by Miller and daughter of Hospital on Friday after she Mrs. Hazel Hairelson and
events of the carnival. The those in charge are: recreational play swings, Oct.21 will receive a flag from Mrs. Vernon Olin. The Sanford spent Sunday with had surgery on her right leg Mrs. Earl Collins, of
contestants for Prince and Supper Phil Vellenga, tetherball hopscotch, etc. The one of the 80 foreign countriesof business meeting consisted of their brother-in-law and on Thursday. Gainesville on Saturday.Mrs. .
l Princess are: Mary Jane Green, Joanne boys set up their rules and the world. merchandise to be sold between sister Mr and Mrs. Les Mrs. Sidney Harbin broughther Walter Martin was a
From !Mrs. Potsko's class Fussell.Pies Yvonne Emery decided on two halves in "This is a very; special time now and Christmas. McClellan. During the afternoon daughter Donna home Sunday dinner guest of her
Ricky Nipper and Leslee Linda Andrews Fortune league competition. Four during the year in which we at Also ladies discussed plansfor their niece, Mrs. J. from St. Vincent's Hospital brother-in-law and sister, Mr.
Thomas. Telling Phil Vellenga. Dart teams were set up with; seven Pine Level invite the entire Homecoming in the near R. Atkins, of Starke, came fora on Wednesday after she had a and Mrs. Sidney Hanson.Mr. .
From !Mrs. Jackson's class Game James Parker. Bean boys to a team. They decidedon community to join us to see future. short visit. tonsillectomy earlier that and Mrs. O. J. Anders
William Foster and Barbara Bag Allen Crews. Milk a team name and selected the world through the eyes of Highland Baptist Church Mr. and Mrs. Paul Jones of morning.Mr. and Mrs. Hester Ilicks attended -
Tetstone. Bottles C. J. Tetstone. their own captain and co- love," says the pastor, Rev Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Raiford were Saturday and Mrs. John Davis of Maxville) Baptist
)-'romIrs.! Patray's class Novelty Shop Margie Molt captain. John Strickland. Worship services 11 a.m. evening dinner guests of their Mayport! were Saturday Church Homecoming on
)Doug Green and Carol Freida Molt. Hot Dog Stand They selected: The HORNETS Choir Practice 6:30: p.m. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon evening dinner guests of Chief Sunday.
Fussell. Ann and Dick Starling, Jean : Doug Watson Capt.; Evening Services 7::30. Prayer IMobley. Their Friday evening and Mrs. B. McCully and Mrs.\ Bennett Wilkison Sr,
Paul Copeland, Co-Capt. The JMLssion WorkIn meeting Wednesday at 7:30: dinner guests were their son- David. and Sherri Napier returned
c BULLDOGS:: : David- Sparks-.CoCapt. : p.m. in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mr and Mrs. J. F. home from Jacksonville on
ptHkhard; Knight Mrs. Thad Surrency and Robertson, Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Sunday after spending a few
Nursery Specials BROOKER TORNADOES GermanyTo HKNNKTT::' :' REUNION:' :' family, of Baldwin.Mr. Swindell and sons, and Mrs. days there with relatives.Mr. .
.. --'.- : Jeff Wood Capt.; and Mrs. Floyd Nor Edith Swinney attended and Mrs. Hermie Kelly
'
Randy Raulerson, Co-Capt. Re Those who attended the man, of Jacksonville, called services at Church of Good visited Mrs. Francis Hamiltonin
1:, Azaleas $169 MIAMI! DOLPHINS: Bill Topic reunion were: Mr. and Mrs. on their parents Mr. and Mrs. Shepherd, Jacksonville Bradford County Hospital
Copeland, Capt. Jeff hill, Co-
; Bobby Bennett and sons, Mr.\ Leonard Norman and brother Sunday morning at which on Sunday.
Vibernum $179 Capt. Rev Jimmy E. Skiles, who and Mrs. Jim Bennett and and sister-in-law Mr. and time, Bryan Cowan, grandsonof Mr. and Mrs. Bill Fatzingerand
Mrs. Carl Norman and the family, of Tampa,
has recently returned from daughter, and Mrs. Elsie Robertson receivedhis spent
Sininsen HOUSEWARMING Germany will speak at the Bennett, all of Holly Hill; Mr. family last Saturday. Eagle Scout Award. After the weekend with. their
L J $199f Pine Level Baptist!< church on and Mrs. Joe Dyal and family, !\II'. and Mrs.\ Paul Norman the service, they attended a brother-in-law and sister Mr.
A housewarming for Mr. Friday, Oct. 19, 7:30: of Milliard, Mrs. Glenn and sons, Mr.\ and Mrs Mit- luncheon in his honor at the and Mrs. Donald Wilkison.
Ligustrum $179 and Mrs. Ronald Polk will be Rev. Skiles, a graduate pm of Williamson and family and chell Brown, Mr. and Mrs home of his parents Mr. and Their parents Mr. and Mrs.
held Thursday Oct. 18, at 8 the Bible Baptist Seminary, Mrs. Ploy Bennett, of Mac- Carl Prevail, and Mrs. Purvis Mrs. Charles K. Cowan. About D. T. Lewis of Columbus Ga.,
Ardisia $219 p.m. at their new trailer three was sent by the South Campus clenny; Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Brown, attended the Air Park 25 guests were present.Mr. came on Friday and will
miles east of Brooker on State Baptist Church of Fort Worth, Sapp Mr. and Mrs. Doug Baptist Church in Starke last and Mrs. Kenneth spend the week with the
Lawn Grass Seed Plant Now Road 18. Everyone is invitedto Texas through the World Bennett, and Rudolph Sapp Sunday where their brother Padgett and children, and \Vilkisons.f .
attend. Baptist Fellowship Mission and family, of Starke; Miss
Agency to the field of West Linda Edwards, Brooker; Mr.
Rye Grass Seed 5 Ib. $229 Germany in December of and Mrs. Gary Bennett and
SYMPATHYOur 19. He and his family have sons, Mr. and Mrs. Oral
now returned to the United Tanner and family, Mrs. L. S. f
Argentine Bahia Seed lb. $127 Slade GasThe
States to report on the Tanner and family, Mr. and Sawyer
heartfelt prayers and progress of the work in Mrs. John Bennett and family,
Pensacola Bahia Seed Ib. ,57 sympathy are extended to the Germany. Rev Skiles reports Mrs. Pauline Anderson, Mrs.
family of Mrs. Mattie Davis, that a mission work has been Brenda Stafford and sons,
Number 1
of Graham, who passed away started evangelistic work Miss Rhonda Bennett Mr. and
Sunday Oct. 7. children and Mrs. H. W. Bennett and
among youth
Grass Mowing SpecialAll begun, and the foundation for family Mrs. Bubba Bennett, Sales & Service Firm
an unlimited literature and Mrs. O. J. Anders all of
PRAYER LISTCunning ministry has been laid Lawtey.MusIc. Installing The Number
Rev. Skiles will was furnished by the
present
Toro Mowers these unique facts by the Blue Grass Boys, Wayne Heating & Air Conditioner In The Nation
Nelson, Steve preaching of the Word, and Bennett of Lawtey, Jerry
Martin Linda Cox) Shine slides. Suckow and Gary Wilkins of
Mott, John Bass, Morris Dyal Palatka.
Mary Green, Banie Mott\ Carrier
10 % PINE LEVEL BAPTIST PERSONALS
Carolyn Dyal, Zulene Harrell CHURCH
Arthur Edwards, Edith
Melvin, Pitt Baxter, Evie Mr. and Mrs.\ Truman
f'.. Four miles west of Starke on
Norman were Thursday
Rogers Elsie h Hayes, and !Mrs
f B. T Thomas. Highway 100. evening dinner guests of their
Off Sunday School 10 a.m. son and daughter-in-law Mr.\ The Ultimate In r
Morning Worship at 11. Teen and Mrs. Reggie Norman of
Choir Practice 5 p.m. Itchtucknee Springs. I
Training Hour. 6; Evening Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Griffis Central Heat & Air
TORO ::l";'<< Worship, 7.Wednesday. and family and Mrs. Maines
Evening Griffis and children spent
Families Need Worship, 7:30: p.m. Choir Sunday with their mother,
80,000 BTU Carrier Gas FurnaceThermostat
Rehearsal: 8:30.: Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson Mrs\
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ti Escape PlanBloominglon Thursday visitation. 7 p.m Daisy Boch and Lynn.
Nursery open for all ser Mr. and Mrs. Seba Rowe, of
III.-(HK) vices. Floral City stopped by to see Controls Five Year Compressor Warranty
Several Many, if not most, of those John Strickland pastor; their cousins,Mr. and Mrs. 0. All-Labor and Materials
killed in home fires each year Gary Wheeler youth pastor. J. Anders, on Thursday. Seven Air Supply Ducts
would be alive today if they Mrs. Cora Hodges and 24.000 BTU Cooling
To had had a family fire escape One Return Uuct
Stale Farm s niece, Mrs. Davis and sons, Carrier Oil Furnace Available
plan according to
Choose From Fire and Casually Company. If spent Tuesday afternoon with
you don't have such a plan already It s Killing easier i lo tell Mrs. Hodges' sister, Mrs.
says State Form the nation's I ho good bus a in the movie<, Hester Hicks.
largest 1 insurers of homes, Miss Elizabeth Terry and
and TV dramas They're the sister Mrs. Futch
you should devise one. Then go Joyce were
through it with members of ones: with the karate chops Friday overnight guests of her
LORIO GARDENCENTER your family and make sure they son and daughter-in-law, Mr.
alt understand it. Practice: it and Mrs. Terry Futch and son,
well enough to follow it without of Jacksonville Beach.
\ONTROL !>seeing. Yon might have to if rl'/Ivcl: aycniif tnuitt have a Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Harley.
you are blinded by smoke of Bushnell, spent the
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